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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 22, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Trustees Secure Tax InspectorsAre First Is Brought Ripe Strawberry To Town; Bradford Seeks Council InterestedIn

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Grown By IK.. r7. Noegel
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Announced The first ripe strawberry of 1933 Forestry Camp; r

All RightsofWay was brought to town by W. H. New City Hallr:
Noegel and is on display at the h
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For This County Carola Cafe. Mr. Noegel a farm Civic Bodies Act +

er living southwest of town and Q

Work says that he has had several ripe Loan
Road 13 Investigates
For To Aid Intangible Property OwnersIn strawberries already from his old Stoat lime County-Wide Fire rrtI

Making Out Their plants, but not quite enough to Protection Laws To ,
Returns serve in a dish with sugar and Qualify -

)EEDS ARE GIVEN Red Cross Sewing Room cream. I roll Tax: May lIe Paid ARMORY IS CONSIDERED '

Frank Butler and R. Williams, Bradford County this week made Up Until September 30 '
,tate Highway\ Engineer Here. This Clothes School Children Intangible tax experts, have been Its bid for a Civilian Conservation Supervisor Wall Says If Built, 1.'ulIIl8111 Come From J
Reek Surveying Fence Who Are UnderprivilegedMrs. appointed Inspectors for Bradford Deadline Nears Corps Camp when the City Council The Public \\'ork Admlii- y ,

Lines County according to an announce- and the Business :Men's Club adopt. Portions wishing to register and lotrutlonKfforts ,J: 6

F. C. Hoover, In charge of ment this week by Comptroller J. ed resolutions urging: our State vote In the repeal election of Octo- .
Bond Trustees of Bradford Coun- the personal service department of 11. Lee. For Tax PaymentCollector Senator and Representative:! as br 10 have until September 30 to to obtain a new city hall 'i.Its

y this week announced that the local Red Cross, Is doing excel- Mr Butler and Mr. Williams can well as the citizenship of the coun- pay their poll taxes H. C. Wall, for Starke under provisions of the
,ghts-of-way have been secured lent work In holding sewing classes be located at the office of Tax ty, to co-operate in securing coun- county supervisor of registration National Industrial Recovery Act .
rom all property owners along the for women and having, large Assessor N. D. Wainwright in the Knight Remind Citizens ty-wide fire protection laws In or- announced tills week The deadline became more than a rumor this
ute of the Road 13 cut-off be- amount of Red Cross cloth made court house on Sept. 27 and 28, They have Only Until der that Bradford might qualify for paying: this tax was extended Week when the City Council wepton
wen Starke and the Alachua into wearable garments for distri- where they have established head- October 2 :for a camp. from September 16. record as being in favor of securing } s' e

'ounty line, and that engineers are bution by the local chapter. quarters. It is their duty to be the i Efforts to have a camp locatedIn The ballots to be used In the such funds If they could be ,
busy staking out lines so advocate of each tax and to special election will be sent to the had without a bond issue.
!ready Ten women workers, who make payer, County Tax Collector C. A. this county followed announce- '
'tat fencing can begin without fur- the garments, are paid from the relief extend a helping hand to those who Knight is this week reminding the ment by the Florida Forest Serv- Board of County Commissioners City Clerk Carl Johns was In*
tier delay. fund. Many garments are now do not understand the law. They taxpaying public of Bradford ice that it was seeking fiftytwonew from the Secretary of State on structed to write to J Ernest Morgan : M

The announcement struck a note ready and will be distributed to will also answer questions and help County that the ,time in which to C. C. C. Camps for this state September 30 and will contain the executive engineer with the
f optimism in most county resists school children when applications Individuals and firms to make their take advantage of the Futch law Harry Lee Baker, state forester, names of the candidates who have Federal Emergency Administration t ; i '
this is of the1vernment's Mrs. Hoover returns. Is fast has to qualified to run In the election.It of Public Works at Tallahassee,
as project part are approved, says. drawing to a close. The law gone Ashvllle, N. C., to place
< $5,000,000 road build- The inspectors will examine rec- provides five-year moratorium on the proposal before Federal offi- will be necessary to make X and secure all available information .

,g program for Florida and will ords, and If the intangible tax re- redemption delinquent tax cer- cials. marks In front of sixtysevennames on the requirements of securIng '
of $75,000, Starke Is CenterOf tificates to whether you wish to vote :. such a grant and loan. 1' '
volve the expenditure turns are not filed according to those who pay their In order to qualify Bradford wet 1
he+ greater part of which,will go law, It is then their duty to become 1932 taxes In cash. County for a camp It will be necessary or dry.Hookworm. Plans ot tne council members I

L,r local labor.Immediately. the adversary of the tax evaders Under an order from State to have resolutions approving and other Interested parties are 3

after all rights-of Satsuma Area and file charges against them with Comptroller J. M. Lee, granting a county-wide fire protection by FightTo still at the air castle stage, but ,
ay were secured, County Tax As- the State's Attorney, as well as two-months' extension of time for practically all civic organizations; call for the expenditure of approx- ,
appearing in court with evidence of imately $30,000 for a city hall, armory ,
ssor N. D. Wainwright made a payment of current taxes, 1932 have city officials agree to direct
ip to Ocala where he interviewed Says Shipper At Mettlng Held tax evasion. taxes that ordinarily would have the fire departments to fight all Be and perhaps a city Jail combined -
eon B. Thrasher, Second Division i Here Last Wednesday Ignorance of law Is no excuse for become delinquent early last month fires within the city limits, and Waged Here into one building. No hint ,, '
nglneer with the State Road De- Morning failure to file returns, Mr. Lee says, will not now be delinquent until perhaps for a limited area outside; was given as to whether the new
rtment. The engineer assured'r. and those who listen to advice to October 2. have the County Commissionersagree structure would be located on the t y !

Wainwright that advertisingd Although, because of the light Ignore this law are liable to find Mr. Knight emphasized the fact to allot 1 Vic an acre for fire Free Motion 1>Il'hlrNII|)| Be site of the present city hall or

letting the contract for this crop, there will be no satsuma themselves facing serious trouble that under the ruling on the Futch control of county forest lands; Shown To Puraitn, In whether a more central location ,

lece of road will be pushed withe packing house established here this after Nov. 1. law by Attorney General Landis, have the senator and representative ; County would be sought. 5' : ,
It Is
greatest possible speed. No es- season, it is likely that Starke will The penalty for failure to make the law Is applicable only this year, for this county to work for en- Because of the-Increased numberof planned to make the project
mate was made, however, as toe become a shipping center for this ; this return Is $500.00, six months in If taxpayers do not take advantageof actment of county-wide fire protection hookworm cases In self-liquidating by charging rent for
length of time It would take to fruit next season. This belief was : jail, or both. its provisions before October 2 law; and have petitions of Dr. Thomas E. Morgan our of the schools State, various occupants of the building. ,
Efforts to obtain the
et actual work tinder way. expressed by W. H. McBride of For the benefit of those who are they will lose their last chance to co-operation from influential citi- Board of Health has decided new city
to
hall
put commended 4L
were the Bunt-
by ,
According to Information from'r. DeLand at a meeting of satsuma not familiar with this law, the fol- settle their delinquent taxes with zens. on a hookworm eradication ; ; ;
ness Men's Club
pro- at Its
Thrasher, labor on this project growers in this section held Wed- lowing information is printed: bonds and also their chance to geta gram In Bradford County this win meeting. Monday '
ill be hired by the contractor nesday morning at the court, Jiou lle What la Intangible moratorium on back taxea. CHINA OIUMK CHt'KCIIBL'UNKO ter. It has been estimated that i y e' a as
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rough a local labor office which I here. ,. All personal property which is Although comparatively few thus HUNn.NIGHT more than eighty per cent of the
,II be entirely separate from the Mr. McBride, who ships fruit not In itself intrinsically valuable, far have taken advantage of the school children In this county are Hunting Licenses s
jergency: Relief Office. Work- from Seville, said that Starke but which derives its chief value extension. Mr. Knight thinks that A fire, believed to have been of victims. pP n{

n mu3t: be registered with this would be an ideal location for a From that which It represents. many will do so before the deadline Incendiary origin, burned China The first step on Dr. Morgan's
roe in order to secure jobs. packing house since it is In the This includes such as stocks, bonds I early next month. Grove Baptist Church to the program will be a free motion pic- :
lid War veterans will have pref- center of a thirty mile area containing or shares, mortgages, notes, liens, Under the Futch law, which has ground last Sunday. night about ture to be shown at four different Received By Judge :!A :1

nce over aU other labor, the en- 11,000 acres of satsumas, leases, monies, bank accounts, been upheld by the supreme court, 10:00: o'clock. school' in the county. He especially
leer said.Laborers. with approximately 108 trees to drafts, certificates of deposits, ac- the owner of the property Is allowed The church Is located outside of requests that all parents be -
[ will be paid a 30c per the acre in bearing. counts receivable. (U. S govern- to pay his back taxes In five the city limits, southeast of town, present as they are the ones who Can Shoot Murals Ilcim Now ,,4P r

1 nr minimum wage, and will be Because most of the trees' are ment, state, county and municipal Installments over a five-year period and Is out of reach of water mains. look after the children's welfare. Itaul HIMIHOII Open In

I rked only thirty hours per week. yet young this season's crop Is estimated ;, bonds exempted.) .,with interest at five per cent, It Is reported that there has been The picture will be shown at No\'t'mher' t' l
1 Is estimated that 150 men per at from 7,500 to 10.000 Who Slakes Thin Return Ilf he pays his current taxes In friction among members of the 8:00 o'clock p.m. on the following i
[ck will be employed in the grad- boxes. However, next year it i Is I Section No. 8-It is hereby made I cash. church during the past few months, dates: County Judge E. K. Perryman (

g: work. believed that there will be at least the duty of every person, firm or It he has paid current taxes, at but it Is not known definitely that Hampton, Wednesday. nIght, Sep- last week received a supply of II- P1
.- 20.000 boxes produced In this area. corporation owning or having the the end of the five years he will be this had anything to do with the tember 20, tenses for hunters who wish to '.
control, management or of allowed an extension of fifteen shoot marsh hens, but
custody burning of the building. Vanderbilt Thursday reports
Most of the growers in this sec night September
Intangible personal property in this years in which to redeem his prop- 21.Lawtey. there has been little demand for 1
) Forces Grow tion will carry their fruit to Ocalaor l
ry Seville to be shipped this sea- state which is subject to taxation erty.Another CHIC'KKN SCI'I'KK Friday night Septem- them thus far. The season opened ;
son. under the laws of Florida, Includ- provision of the law Is A chicken supper will be held at ber 22. Sept. 15. and closes Nov. 30. y

ing trustees, executors, adminis- that If current taxes are paid in the Hampton Masonic Hall, Friday Brooker, Saturday night, Sep- The general hunting season 9 'a
As Election Nears Among prominent satsuma growers trators, receivers and all fiduci- cash: delinquent taxes may be set. night, September 22. A charge of tember 23. opens November 20, when quail, ".

attending Wednesday's meetingwere aries, to return the same for taxa-; tled with county or district bonds, 25c per plate will be made which This movie will be the first of a deer, cloves! turkey and other game
: R. K. Penney, of Penny tion to the county assessor of taxes except the state's portion, which. will be. used for the benefit of the series to be shown, Dr. Morgan may be shot. The season on doves '
umpnlgn'/; Planned To Acquaint Farms; Dr. J. M. Watson, with the in the proper county or before the must be paid in cash. lodge. Everybody Is invited. says. closes January 31, while turkey, l'
Voters \\lth Anti-Repeal experiment station in Gainesville; first day of April of each and every deer and quail may be shot until fi l,.
Candidate A. Tyler, of Hawthorne; E. L. year, giving the character and description Chapman Says February 15. t i
Steele A. Jones J. E Lee of Glen FINANCIAL. STATISTICS OF amps .
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of such intangible personal FLORIDA Have The various types of licenses and '{
Improved
United Prohibition Forces of St. Mary, e property: SHOW $12.77'AS: PER CAPITA EXPENSEFOR Moral the costs, including the county

radford County plan a concertedfort Valuelng Intangible Establishment' of civilian conservation Judge's fee, follow:
during the next two weeks Grapefruit Damage Returns shall be made as of Jan- DEPARTMENTAL GOVERNMENT camps In Florida Is said Series A-Resident county game

acquaint voters in this county Placed At 25 Per Cent uary 1, and valued at the market by L. F. Chapman, superintendent license, $1 25.
lith+ the list of dry delegates, ando price",as of that date. In other -- of the Florida State Prison Farm Series B-Resident other than ,
to deslmtnate other Informan words, all Intangibles must be The Bureau of the Census an- receipts $553,728 represents receipts at Ralford, to have greatly reduced home county license, 325. F .r
In regard to the election on Grapefruit loss In Florida due to classified in their respective classi- nounces a summary of the finan- from a state department or the number of young men being Series C--Resident state game f ; 4
tuber 10.According. the Labor Day storm has been fications as shown on the return cial statistics of the State of FlorIda enterprise on account of services.: received at the state's penal insti license, $8.00.Serle" .
placed at twenty-five per cent by blank and listed thereon separatelywith for the fiscal year ending June Property and special taxes repre- tution. D Non-resident state y

to an announcement Whltfleld the Federal crop and livestock es- a separate value shown. 30, 1932. The per capita figures for sented 15.8 per cent of the total In a letter to William F. Jacobs game license, 2500. 1c'-' Sl
eclnesday W. K ,
by
timating bureau. Ten per cent loss 1932 are based on an estimated revenue for 1932 twenty-eight assistant Series N Resident
Stocks -
rlando leader of the United Pr9- bonds and securities, etc, per district forester at Tallahassee county fur r ,
Mtlon has been sustained by orange and should be listed at the actual value population of 1,519,000. These statistics cent for 1931 and sixty-six per Mr. Chapman said animal license, 325. 1,i I
arke residents Forces, the will names of on four the tangerine groves, the report said. (Continued on Page 4)) I were compiled by W. S. Fra- cent for 1917, The Increase In the new convicts "has dropped receiptof to an Series Non-resident county a ;

''Hot of appear candidates. However, the monthly bulletinof elgb. amount of property and special almost' negligible figure" fur animal license 2550.
unpledged dry the bureau says the crop remaining Congressman Returns Expenditure taxes collected was 74.1 per cent The superintendent Series P-Resident state fur an' ,'
''sy said
that
are: L. A. Davis H. L. in
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the trees is earlier than The for' and from 1917
payments to
on operation 1932 but there was a 1932 the imal license, $2560
rowniee. J. T. Quigley, and W. P, last year and of good average, From District Visits maintenance of the general depart- decrease of 44.4 per cent from 1931to about 1.300 prison men at, but Raiford that received"It Series Q-Resident other than '

mortgage or liens on real estate "while the quality promises to be ments of FlArlda amounted to $19- 1932. The per capita of propertyand ratio of present the county of residence fur animal license 7
'Is
only taxable when the real estate well above the average." Congressman! R. A. Green re- 391,079, or $12.77 per capita. This special taxes collected was tinued, I doubt If receipts the con $10.150.Series 4 ,
located within Florida. If only Reports as of Sept. 1, from turned to his office here this week Includes $6,339,554, apportionmentsfor $207 In 1932 $495 In 1931. and this number received -Non-resIdent state fur
will "
part of real estate is In Florida, which storm losses must be deducted after a visit In other'parts of the education to the minor civil divisions $2.58 in 1917.Earnlnl's Mr. Chapman year reach 400. I animal license, $100.50.
wrote
en Jacobs j
only that proportionate part to obtain the estimated present district. Saturday afternoon he of the state. In 1931 the of general departments 'earl- -- that
11 such securities as the Florida figure, placed grapefruit at seven- made an NRA address before a percapita for operation and main or compensation tor service of the year men rusty received twenty-five per cent HILLY" .tI1AM VERY" ILL;
estate may bear to the whole ty-one per cent of normal, the large audience of Suwannee County tenance of general departmentswas rendered by state officials, were under at Raiford UNDERGOES: OPERATION
sue, Is taxable. same as a month ago. citizens In Live Oak and later said $11.97 and In 1917, 383. The represented 8.9 per cent of the total age, while twenty-one years of
Under Class "C" you should list Pecans, the report stated have I that he found there every co-opera- interest on debt in 1932 amountedto revenue for 1932, 8.7 per cent cent were under fully seventy-five per The many friends of Billy Graham -
I Intangibles this tion with the President In his en- $4,072 and for thirty. who left Starke only last 3 +
not included in "A"d suffered considerable damage ; outlays for permanent 1931, and 10.4 per cent for 1917. Further
"B. This covers bank acUDla year and the crop Is Irregular, fair tire program. Improvements, $6,365,049. The Business and nonbuslnoaa licenses he termed commenting on what week to enter North Carolina State
beneficial
certificates of deposit in some groves and a failure In Sunday the Congressman visited total payments therefore, for operation constituted 63.4 per cent of the CCC. Chapman effects of the College at Raleigh, where his) ,
''ltla, money, merchandise, ac- others. the storm stricken area of Marlon and maintenance of general total revenue for 1932 52.1 per "This Is to wrote: mother Mrs. J. H. Gill reside, y +
be
"nts receivable, etc. This classitlon Florida cotton Is estimated at i County. He said that considerable departments, Interest and outlayswere cent for 1931, and 17.4 per cent for I my opinion accounted for In were certainly grieved to learn Fri- i
> carries only one-tenth mill 33,000 bales. Last year 17.000 bales 'damage was suffered in the west $25,760,199. Of this amount 1917. by the fact that the day of his serious Illness at the,

r, While Classes "A" and "B" were ginned. Corn is figured at ern portion of the county but that $553,728: represents payments by a Receipts from business licenses young the men are not drifting about Mary Elizabeth Hospital' there, following -
country. Heretofore
Ivy a two mill assessment. 5,528,000 bushels, as comparedwith local agencies were doing much to state department or enterprise to i consist chiefly ot taxes exacted been they have an operation for a ruptured o
latangiblea are assessable 5,840,000 bushels in 1932. aid all needy. He has requested another on account of services. The from Insurance and other Incorporated In the standing on the street corners appendix performed here Thurs-

rooughout the state at the same Hay, the bureaji believes, will Federal aid for the farmers in the totals Include all payments for the companies and of ales tax highways cities., and, hitch-hiking on the day night.
te f mlllage. It therefore makes mow about 53,000 tons, an Increaseof overflowed sections. year, whether made from current on gasoline, while those from non- to town drifting from town Communications with relatives
air*>rence what county you may 4.0OO tons over last year. Sweet Owing to other emergency mat- 'revenues or from the proceeds of business licensee comprise. chiefly no Income on the railroads', having here Wednesday stated test ba.was ..:/ $
and of
w essed in, however, you shoula potatoes show alight Improvementand ters, Mr. ,Green said he probably bond issues. taxes on motor vehicles and most of the course hungry a little Improved and was believed '
'ke the at bush- would be unable to 'attend the Of the time. They have been to be out of danger, and his)
return to the county tax production 1,600,000 governmental costa reported amounts paid for hunting and fishing breaking Into
to be held In grocery stores, robbing many Starke friend Certainly!
meeting Columbia, wuo.
hffor of the same county in above $9.048,751 was for privileges. The sale tax on
"ten you reside. els.A five per cent larger tobacco S. C., this week, for the purpose of highways, $3,048,760 being for gasoline amounted to $8,675,022 In filling stations, and holding : for him a speedy recovery. J
up persons on the roads. Of Mrs. .I, M.
lank returns may be obtained crop is expected to produce 4,939- establishing the Columbia office of maintenance and $5,999,991 for 1932 and $8,307,711 In 1931, an Increase nVny of them course'j Alvarez, his grandmother ,
were left Starke I
the tax assessor's office. 000 pounds this year. the Farm Credit Administration. construction. of 4.4 per cent. :teat to our institution." at his bedside. Friday to be
Last year 2,961,000 pounds were Recently be conferred in Columbia Revenue The total funded or fixed debt '
J\!( ASSESSOR INJURED harvested.The with F. H. Daniel, president of the Th total revenue receipts were outstanding June 30, 1932, was FILLING STATION-thti GE the The following article taken from, ', )

D. Wainwright. Bradford reports stated the storm Federal Land Bank, and they dis- $25.eo4.554, or $1705 per capita. $500000.; Work began this week on a com- of Interest Raleigh News-Observer will\ be
fall assessor, was Injured caused loss of most of the truck cussed the matter. He believes the This was $6,509,403 more than the The net indebtedness (funded or bined. filling station and garage to to friends here:
"William
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KIngsley Lake planted. Columbia office of the Farm Credit total payments of the fixed debt less be H. (Bill) Graham son
exclusive built
., Sunday crops year, sinking fund assets for E. H. Smith on the of Mrs, S
has been confined to his bed Administration will prove of much of the payments for per- ) was $500,000, or $.33 per southeast' corner of the Intersectionof berlain Johnnie Gill, of 409 Cham-
''week with a severely bruised WILL RECEIVE BIOS benefit to the state of the Southeast manent improvements, and $144- capita. In 1931 the per capita net State Roads 48 and 13. When 111 Street, continue critically s ,
at
The cuff of Mr. Waln- The Post Office Department will and further stated that one 353 more than the total payments debt was 0.39 and In 1917. $0.66. the building 'la completed Mr. Mary Elizabeth: Hospital. Mr.
r thfa trousers caught on a pro- receive sealed bids for the central office should be set up In Including those for permanent Im In addition to the funded or fixed Smith will move his equipment Graham was operated on several
"It, causing him to trip as he ance of mall measengr perform-I each farm state, to handle all Fed- provements. this excess of reve- I debt there was a contingent or special there from his pre nt whichIs day ago for a ruptured appendix.
e eke 8 down a terraced walk to route 223100, as eral loan matters, thus eliminatingred nue receipts Is reflected in reduce assessment debt of 11692686. located near the garage railroad sta- lopes In are held out, for his recovery ;
time to enter ''I
post office.. tape and delay. 8 tion of debt. Of the total revenue I (Continued on Page 4) -State. College-- .' this 4
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t P.-T. A. Meeting Mrs. O. Hayncs, who has been ill Mrs. Cora Sullivan and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ell Graves and
The Brooker P.-T. A held Its for several days, has many friends ,Hazel, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sullivan Misses Mayme and :Mary Wilkinson ,
'Ar regular monthly meeting Thursday here who are glad to learn that her and son, E. J.. Jr., of Waldo I and Miss Ethel Taylor of Law-

; rrs, September 15. The meeting: condition is improving. were visiting Mrs. Cora Sullivan's tey attended church here Sunday.
r iS was opened with the president, Rev. O. E. McGauley will preachat brother, J. J. Zeigler, and family I Miss Ethel Ricks, Oleta Green
E >.frs. T. C. Hazen, in charge. the Baptist Church next Sunday Sunday afternoon. ,and Carson Griffls were visiting
';'i. A new secretary had to be morning and evening. Leo Hill of Jacksonville spent relatives'in Starke Sunday.
chosen because of the absence of Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, the week-end with his parents Mr. i Mrs. Harriet Creviston and William

the former secretary, Mills Martha Ga., was the guest of her parents, and Mrs. George Hill. Green of Jacksonville visited
s Groover, who has a position as Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes, this week. Miss Margaret Dodd of Keystone Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and family
teacher at New River. Mrs. A. L. Dan Johnson and daughter, :Miss Heights left last week for Talla- Sunday.Mrs. .

:Crosby was chosen to take her Maggie Johnson, of Palatka were hassee where she will attend the ,I Effle Carter Mrs. W. A. e ;, r
place. The banner for the highest visiting: friends and relatives here Florida State College for Women. Starling spent Thursday In Jack ,,qv f.1M=
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percentage was given to Mrs. Edna this week. Miss Owida Hall is visiting Mrs. sonville the guests. of Horace and /
Prevatt'a room. O. L. Harrison and family left William Phillips at her cottage on Curtis Starling. ,
The faculty Is very desirous of this week for Lake Worth where Silver Lake. Mrs. Nelson Green and children it
'i .F ? ?il having a large number of patrcns Mr. Harrison holds a position as Miss Ida( Hagan and Mrs. H. D. of Starke spent Sunday here with
v' X41 r present at these meetings. I railroad agent. They were good May were transacting; business in relatives. i AJ '

4fttl' citizens and were very much loved I,Hampton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wimberly
I'erHonuN by the people of our town. They Mr. and Mrs. A L. Sullivan and and Miss Freddy Wimberly of J

&L% 4 Mrs. Sarah Driggers and grandchildren will be greatly missed in both social son, Othma, were visitors to Starke were here Sunday. -
: Elene and Kenneth Rlv- and church circles. Hampton and Starke Saturday.Mr. Miss Flora Conoly spent the
'ers, of Lake Butler were the guests Next Sunday will be Promotion and Mrs. Arthur Bennett week-end in Green Cove Springs
at all schools and children of Tavares were visit- I with her mother.
of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney Sun- i Day Baptist Sunday
y 'day afternoon.Mr. ; throughout the state of Florida, ing relatives here recently. I :Mr.. and :Mrs. J. L. Rafuse were
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns and visitors to Jacksonville I II'
and the will be Friday.
and Mrs. Seab Dukes and following program I II I
i ':Mrs. Emma Townsend of Dukes rendered at the Hampton Baptist Miss Lucille Bennett of Starke E. Prescott made a business tripto
n gb were visiting friends and relatives Sunday school next Sunday, Sep- were visiting relatives here last Jacksonville Thursday.
tember 24 from we >k-end. I .
10:30: to 11:00:
afternoon.
f .3 ,"rl. here Monday am.sSong Sheep raising is the chief InJu- a'4hvbr.. r r
h 7.. IA Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and Sunflowers were native of Peru. try of the Republic of Andorra.
No. 314, "Faith Is the Vic
\ 'y" ;.Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and tory"-By the school. r
Eloise were visiting Mr. .
daughter
c ,
and Mrs. A. B. Crosby in Jackson- Prayer-By pastor, Rev., G. E. :rlr,, KArIl I2/Nb

i 'ville McGauley. I'
Sunday.

We are very sorry to report that acters-By Discussion Miss of Noble Alta Rhames Bible Char-and L + Do You l- ?! + J < PA WiS
'.
1.
C t k l.' :Mrs. Roy Green and little Miss Junior pupils.Discussion. .. ...... 1 .
{' t"Eloise Galney are on the sick listthis of Noble Bible Characters _
t Or F7 I.AULJGIlOALG
week.
-Mrs. M. L. Watterson and
"I J ,* Church services were held here Intermediate pupils. i G'g'N FLO.IJOAS TG ONLY

.Saturday and Sunday by pastor, Discussion of Noble Bible Characters r d" f r9A Ad2S T V- SW/MffE2 EI/G.e 7t: HOLLJ
Rev; G. E. McGauley. 4
,
-Mrs Jessie Wilson and
people's class. CASlieNN4noNA CHAMPIONSHIPS
young IN A10& THAN TWOOS
Iff Discussion of Noble Bible Characters /
::' Gum Branch -Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and STYLES *

rr r I adult pupils. SNP/.tl f/NG/
Elizabeth Damage, Cor. Discussions-By pastor and dea-

"c con.Song, "He Ransomed Me. The GREEN ROSE, owned by Mrs. T. be hardy as ever. It is a rare variety oN. )

) Mrs. W. F. Harnage Is spending Benediction-By A. L. Johnson. Cashen of Jacksonville, is extremely a Chinese rose.
:;(some time here with her son and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaughhave interesting. It differs in shape from orKATHERINE RAWLS, Florida's sense

;daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. A. recently been transacting
.;:Harnage.Mrs. business in Jacksonville. .. color. The bush itself is small and was free-style, diving and medley nationa

Edith Hutchinson and little first planted nearly 50 years ago by its championships. This leaves only th
I;son, Charles Edwin, spent Satur- b- : owner. Since then it has been transbackstroke for some other woman to
|'day night and Sunday with Mr. and
k |iMrs. Felix Sapp. GRAHAM planted> ninetimes.and_ stilLappears i to hold. ____ _____ _

Miss Allie is Minn Kllrn J........ c... :; NOTICF) OF FIVAI I1IaCHUGI l'')
r. Haruage spending LAW Y METHODIST CHURCH sixty days after date hnreof to*
'.some time with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. EVERGREEN i The Rev. F. W. Sessions, pastor wit: 23rd day of September, 1913,1
tOobba Jr., of Raiford. will present my vouchers and tlnal
{ rl Miss Delma Surrency of Jacksonville t4," 1 of Lawtey Methodist Church, has account to the Honors G K. Ferryman -
Y : Mra. Reba Crawford and children was visiting her parents, I IUra. F. A. noHler, Cor. chosen two Interesting and timely County Judtff >' "rll } i"S"" County. Florida and i-'l I "i K .SlH-
L.
Wand Mrs. L. Conner were the .j ,
Mr and Mrs. John Surrency, over subjects for Sunday, Sept. 2'. charged as Admlnlstrat hi IH-
*',guests of Mr and Mrs. Felix Sapp the weekend.Mrs. 11:00: A. M.-"The Root of All tate of Mary Elvole \ndr 'rr de

I Sunday. D. J. Byrd of Tampa is Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children Evil. ceased.This the 28th dRY of July .'33
'.: J. C. Sapp spent Sunday night visiting friends here this week. were visiting her mother, Mrs. J. S. 8:00: P. M.-"Chi'1st and NRA." O. W ANDREWS
4 |,>,with his uncle, Henry Norman. Rosier, Saturday afternoon.Mr. Adm'r of Est. Mary Elvolt Xndrowa
( ,Mrs. W.T. WatHon and son, Lon- Both of these subjects should! be 7-28Utl-22| |) DBCuased
it ,' '1.; Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and zle, of Gainesville were visitors and Mrs. Frank Crews spent heard by those interested in the
.i children were the guests of. her here Saturday.E. Sundny with Mr. and Mrs. John truth. At the evening service a 000 e.a-.a.... ..--
parents, Mr and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Mc- Griffis. chorus will extra
';l J. Yarbrough and Billy large present an Say it with Flowers
; 'ii Sunday. Ever were visitors to Hampton A number of the Evergnen musical program, consisting of
.; Mrs. Johnson of Macclenny Is Saturday.Mr. church members attended the i solos, anthems and special choral ., .- ., -..
[ spending some time here with her and Mrs. L. C Smith attended working at the church Friday. selections. This is the regular
\ Ron and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Ph.h, C..d/w. MMml L.ilw..,. Flowers For All
; the funeral of Mrs. G. A. Armi- Louise and Clarice Rosier spent monthly feature of the church.
: |,',Mra. H. H. Keeno.h stead in Gainesville Sunday. 1 1a, AT In order to assist In saving the forest from destruction by are, Sunday with their cousin, Lorene OccasionsGERTRUDE
h\ H. H. Keene and son Vanlce, Rev. F. M. Taylor of Hampton JL the Canadian National Railways maintain fore t-flre fighting equip. Rosier, at Woodlawn.Mrs. There is an old saying among
..
i .. _._._ __
were visiting friends at De Leon wooded of Canada? u
the heavily area of Jacksonville
filled his regular appointment at ment at strategical points through Pitt Varnes printers that "Not even a copy of
Springs Friday. the Baptist Church Saturday and Such a piece of equipment Is shown In action above. Pressure Is sup attended church here Sunday night. the Bible has ever been printed GODBEY
Miss Audrey McRae of Rising Sunday. plied by pump In the locomotive which I Ie attached to the tank car J. Q. Rosier and Frank Crews without a typographical error."
!' f section was visiting her sister, Mrs. I containing the water. It I Ie estimated that since this equipment has
,: Those on the sick list this week were visitors to Starke Saturday. ANDERSON
been In service million of dollar have bn saved the company by
I't"'l'. N..Norma.n, Saturday. I are Mrs. Oscar Dyal, Miss Annie preventing damage to Its property and In caving from destruction, Lorrln Redding who is attending The Malays love and chew Sirl, Phone 33 Waldo Fl0UT .
; A large crowd from here are at- Yarbrough, and H. M. Wasden. We thousand of acre of fort that will later provide freight trafflo In school at Lake Butler, spent the a stimulant, made from the betel ,
: .\| tending church at Corinth this wt h them all a speedy recovery. the form of lumber. and pulp wood. _* week-end here with his mother. nut. -.- ---
|'r)week. ---
7'\ Rev. E. N. Anderson filled his
r
Irregular appointment at Union tTHE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" BY L. F. Van Zclm

j:,;Church Saturday and Sunday.
.. .
.
r.-j A large crowd from here attended eea.m W. '
U |, the ball game at Raiford Sun- ittly ]Buzz HCHlVk VA HAVC .
day afternoon. 'tn GENTS ,, ""WtTHOUT ? THLY'Rfi FRESH BDAiTtD- Hot Coffee
MAIN TRtS.T 0LUE9 OR itn.t cI' &ieam |
DfiQWN
S A BAG Jou
LEADING NGaM DACGl7 f COPPtS CTVPi MO
q A Irt.. {PINK & 'Urt'LL PINEYOURor FORtt3R1< GROUnDS FOR A KI k.
RftY.PBINK & B' ILL FEEL LII(1 A BAIMBOW. MAIN fit
.r RISING RA
CIRCUS' VLNDOQS ?j _

MM. II. H. Menu, Coe.e ATTRACT CROWDS T : Hot l S S C a sJt

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The revival meeting began Sun 14; VCWDOBS OC r o

A ',; day night at Corinth Church. Ev- SAT & DRINK :DID DID\ You 1 (
; erybody welcome. A PROSPEROUS BUM- DRINK 5OMC u S4
N. D. Green of Hellbronn section *C OBCU6 I

: was visiting relatives here ToDafa Ev ouuroK4CIQ orbo I'R PEAnUTSWP CORN

..:. Thursday.. MAftES LONG r i
i Mrs. W. W. Sikes of Jackson- AND LQU&CACWTOYING C1lG h } / ,
:,Villa1' and Mrs. F. L. Connors and TQ OUTDO) Q
_
;, children of Lawtey were visiting 'GA 04aER. .i I
i < Mr : H. M. McRae Sunday. VJ&" MOPE C.VECHONE ...-t!- ,'
-
'. MAO A" root: IrIIIlIllCflhllTlIlTtIlIIIlIIlIIIITIPJTTLIIIIu'riintiuiiuu! : r, .
I : Bill Wood of DeLeon Springs f(.. ? ..
bIGGS1ION>1 .
L Springs was visiting friends here ..:::::!!! !y MOMMA

l Sunday. -....: MOM-MA l r usltt" ..-
;,eh ',, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I
..4 ; ';( little daughter Gwendolyn, of Pine
.
'; ; Level were dinner guests of Mr. -I
'r and Mrs. L. A. Crosby Sunday. TDQROTHYDARNniWHATAREtooS; :1 '1Jv'C1uwl 1vfManus

Mlsa' Allle Harnage is visiting ." -.....- -
s her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. t
er'it : and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs at Raiford. \ / I KMocKEoT -rUT TlJ.. THE >=:S <_ ItVtH f Oooy ? AiL. I I'D' HAVE TO DO THISDOrJT HAPPEN

Claud Green and little son of J OSVlUC AOouT ( J A OoTTUS> r* NO'USE CRVJMC/ KNOWS THAT VMOOVO BE TO CALL. ; '

Ll ; Hellbronn were visitors to this section DOflOTHYfrjJ ( OVER* y- -J OV SPILT miK' ( f QUO GAQ- 4 -ntE CAT ANQi1"D>b MAMWct lib sTMeYs.lclINCe

', 'Wednesday.G. LICK tT Up. -
W. Burney of Starke was visiting t
=1 I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford 1
.
wl ,r a Wednesday. .
t Mrs. R. L. McRae and children ofT Iri

1 Starke spent Friday night with Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. McRae. t

,,. Miss Gladys Thomas spent part rO l
f', of last week at Hellbronn visiting ,t
a relatives. e
'' A.S. Harnage of Gum Branch r
4 s i. was. In this section Tuesday.
." .
;
Olympic oysters, Washington, o
[!;;' cherished: by epicures for their de- IaeplQf op /e

llcloua flavor, are tne smallest on O
ti i, ',;",the market. c "r ,
'j 1 t A 7/N WAY
'..4 4 / ;w,; Camel's milk la ,highly prized as Ifty* ; pteH.
,g beverage by the Arabs. ___ .... C
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ulD\V.', SEPTEMBER: : 2:!, 1033 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK PAGE TIIRE19!

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SCHOOLDAYS -- By DWIG ': m'I



LIVE STATE NEWSNews : School News :




of Florida in Short Paragraphs h ,rw( I ------ -; -;- -,,;- -:, ,;"; ..,?,,, ;,,,.-; -;-";;:-;"1UI,,\ ,;I""ii-1.";,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, ", '."" ; ,II III

a I.tm THIRD T1IR': JUNIORS
I '
1eY Wn/7. LAY T ra The Low Third Grade has been' The Juniors had four new memo

--- p studying! the kinds of bears and, bers to enroll last week. They are '

-- their habits. "In connection with Sidney llershfleld. Frances Cad- ,

FORTY THOUSAND CANS 30 SIL'GGLEDUENS: ors MetD vafN r this, they have made a "Bear man, Ronald Pitts and Dorothy

IILTON. -Forty thousand cans MIAMI-Search for approxi- Park" on the sand table. It has Warwick.
t
of peas, beans, soup mixture, to- mately thirty aliens reported to SCHOOL;. trees, two lakes, a cave and many Mrs. Hoffman's Juniors elected '
1
have been landed near Sands Cut, fttt s rocks. The bears are climbing or '
okra, pumpkin, and similar officers for the home room. The r + j
matoes south of here, continued this week. Sony; Peoples around in life-like man-
products have .been canned this { walking a officers are as follows: President. i

summer for the relief of the unemployed Immigration authorities said they < s "TItYIoW w ner. Sumpter HArley; vice-president,
'
In Santa Rosa County were Informed the aliens, of various '1 I -' GRACE WAINWRIGHT, Callle Strickland; secretary and'

under the supervision of Miss Elea- nationalities, were smuggledInto I Ssbvr OFp, Teacher. treasurer, Keeffee Harrell; reporter i

nor Barton, home demonstration this country by boatmen. Charles Fender n

agent. FOURTh GRADE NEWS I Miss Mignon Simon spent the

PARDON MEET Feral Jones, Krporb-r I week-end with Miss Ruth Stern- '

HASSEEApplications We are having a fine time studyIng
COTTON PRODUCTION
ORLANDO-"Florida's 1933 cot for pardons and paroles are pilingup Geography. berg.Misses Myra and Myrna Frink #. {

production was estimated at to such a height here that the t Robert Judd has brought us several spent Thursday and Friday in ;.

33,000 ton bales against 17,000 bales in State Pardon Board has decided it ytb pictures drawn by his (sister Ocala with friends. ..1 +

1932. according to an announce- will hold a special session on December Millie. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman motoredto 4

ment issued here by the United 5. The usual September f.. A new pupil came In Monday,, Gainesville Sunday with :Mr.! and ''s

States Department of Agriculture'sbureau meeting, ordinarily held on Sep- 1'j, ,r Edward Brock. We now have Mrs. Gray ,

of agricultural economics tember 13, will not be held this 1. r' forty-six in our class. Charts render and James Hoi", "; P

year. I I motored to the State .
llngsworth
yield on September 1 was ,
The estimated We are repainting our flowerpots '

at 165 pounds per acre, as TO BE-ENFORCED table.and bookcase a light I. Farm dairy Saturday afternoon. f '

compared with 78 pounds a year green. i
TALLAHASSEE George W. TWELVE 11 1
age What would happen If:
Davis, state conservation commissioner The Twelfth B class will have t,, '
Rivers Hundley didn't study her
NO SAVVY BLUE EAGLE wants the public to know J spelling charge of the chapel program, Frlij: ,

that Florida has not abandoned day morning, the third priod. The s .' l
FORT( l\IYERS.-Local NRA solicitors Selma Thornton didn't want a .
I enforcement of its game and fish .- following program, will be rendered ,
to ask for official
are going an a'tire drink of waterGeraldine "
laws. "Quite contrary" he said, :
One of them
interpreter. Silcox didn't sit by the
"we are going about enforcementof School Songs--Directed by Mrs.k'
called at a camp of Seminole In- teacher u..
the laws on a intensive Wall.
more
dians on the Tamlaml Trail near Thelma Manning made 100 In
scale this than before." Duet-Mrs. and Mrs. Hoff
Gray
here and asked, "you savvy Roose- year A Arithmetic '. r' i

velt NRA?" A Seminole buck .l gS 'rlY Othmn Hitynes didn't sit by Dorothy man.A .
.
1/t. 'J
.
READY FOR STORMS: skit "Keep Ahead of theGame" ,
replied, "savvy Roosevelt's big grin ? r Green--

but no- savvy NRA." The official FORT LAUDERDALEShould I r Mi I Alice Barnes didn't have a ring? -Written by one of our i'' i' ; .

official NRA other tropical storms or other Seniors, Lester.Austln. '''1 .J, +
displayed an Instgna The following story was writtenby
:1
I and asked the Seminole to sign for emergencies call for Immediateand Carrie Belle Bennett for an Violin Solo--Mian Courtmancb. : I i.\\ v :

I the blue eagle. "We seeum plenty sure communication facilities, English lesson: Shoo Me and the World Is Mlna ; i \ ''I

I turkey, plenty birds but no seeum Coast Guard and radio officials in w a Mato A ICitlny l>iiy -A playlet| written by Eugene .' ,, .

I blue eagle," the brave Insisted. The South Florida will be ready. At a Jack and Tom were great chums. Matthews. : \ I r'A r

I solicitor gave up and went on to a meeting here they made plans for _n p They lived clone together. One Chorus-composed of the past ; C. ,

of distress HALr" MILLION IN SCIIOOLS MAYO HALTS SHIPMENT 8000( ON PROJECT graduates. !
| white community. speedy relay signals, evmlng after a big rain Tom went 1 i.

storm warnings and other emer- TALLAHASSWtJ-!: !:E- -An estimated TALLAHASSEENathan Mayo,, OKEnCHOHEE- Is estimated over to see Jack. It was so wet TWELVE A : k t' I
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gency- calls. registration for Florida public commissioner of agriculture, last that employment will be providedfor they could not think of what they \01'1)' Program :I ''J

schools of between 400,000 and week said shipment of citrus from approximately 3,000 men for a wanted to play. Jack said, "Let's We know everyone enjoyed the 1 ,l ;

OYSTER WAR AT END I 425,000: Is Indicated by attendance In Polk Countywas make a boat and sail it," Tom said, i
ATLASThe eighteen groves of on the $4,2CCC23:: ::::: Interesting program given by Mr*. ', ;,
one
APALACHICOLA trouble at school opening this week, the stopped by Inspectors because period year area "No, let's make Home stilts and Long's home room, Friday. The ;, < 0".ijr, '

over prices for labor and union office of Education Superintendent arsenic! spray, prohibited by state Lake Okeechoboe Drainage the walk In water" And so they took numbers were: ;* I '
under thirty
matters apparently has been endedIn I Cawthon has said. Many school! law, was used in the trees. He did project, working four long pieces of wood and sawed High/ School Song-High Schools 1 'l1
should .
Standard Oil basis. The work ,
work
the local oyster industry. Strik- will not open until next monday, not name the groves Forty special hour weekin four small blocks of wood and directed by Mrs. Wall. \ : '7,
the first
Tire GuaranteedOne ing catchers and ahuckers had! and official figures will not be Inspectors, Mayo said, are now In be wet! under way by Included nailed a small block on each long Announcements Gray. I' )
October. :
Improvements
signed an agreement to return to available until October reports are the field In an effort to prevent piece about two feet from one end. Musical Reading, "Trees"-An. c H. f

Year work immediately and allow still received here. Approximately 12- shipment of any arnenated fruit. In the project are four hurricane They took a stilt In each hand got vale Laura Tucker I !: 'I" "

unsettled questions to be workedout 000 teachers have been given con- They also will prevent shipment of gates and ten culverts and on construc-the south on the porch, stepped on the blocks Reading, Man and His Shoes",. '. : \1,
shore of the lake the
by the National Labor Boardat tracts, early reports show. fruit which does not meet the state Both and started walking. They did not Lester Austin. C ,I w. ,

hHN.Nt't N/ Washington or by the local maturity test under the green fruit skilled tion of and 214 unskilled miles of labor levee.will be fall many times before they were Musical Reading, "Why Don't .iR ''J:
WOOD FIBRE FIRM:
NRA administration board.
law. walking aa If their feet were nailedon You Ask T"--Lola Long. "
used. The wage scale will run } ; ',I
FERNANDINA The National
-
the stilts. Then they had great "
Chorus, "Moonlight and .
from $12.00 to $32.00 week. \
Frigidairethe PREDICTS LIGHT VOTE Wood Fibre Growers Associationhas 10 BEERS PER PERSON Unemployed residents of per Florida ]I fun walking In.water without getting By A. E. Wall, S. R. Hoses"H'i: t, ,

TALLAHASSEE- Secretary of been of founded the here by from representatives nine- TALLAHASSEE- directorof will have first consideration when I I their feet wet. Godwin, Frow Strickland : f ,t'. l<;
Industry
State R. A. Gray believes that not malt and vinous beverages, Joe !I i Brownlee, Mary Pearce, Kitty
the employment of men begins.
three year guar- more than half the state's 453,000 states James M. Allen, Chicago, Cormier, states that Floridians ,i I FIFTH GRADE NEWS' llogshed, Lois Adkins, Annie Laura ,' 'i

qualified voters will participate in was named president Willis L. consumed 13,000,000 bottles since AVOCADOS:' DESTROYEDHOMESTEAD j I i: We have a new pupil In our Tucker f

anted electric refrigerator the October 10 repeal election but Wilson Jacksonville, general vice beer was legalized In this state, ofCuba' j room. Her name Is Marie Lee and Musical Reading "Ain't It Fine ; t,
Destruction
just to play safe the state can- president; and Russell A. Smith, which would average abou t ten -- she has been attending school in Today?"-8. R. Johns.

vassing board of which he Is a Fernandina, secretary treasurer bottles for ever man, woman and remaining avocado crop Tampa. This makes our enrollment School and under j
direction
songs yells -
The estimated loss of ,;
organization will back effortsof coupled with the
member, has ordered 600,000 ballots child In the state. This compare seventeen girls and twenty of cheer leaders .
the city of Fernandina to secure sixty per cent of the crop grownIn
for the election. s
prepared The, '
with national of
a consumption \V" Know
public works funds with which to the Sebring-Lake Placid area, boys.We 4, :'t
For sale bySmith's ballots will be after all Indians and '
printed candidates I 4,344,220,960 eight-ounce glasses of are studying Friday the High School cheeredfor t 4I f
erect a paper pulp mill here. leaves all southern and northern t
have The dead- have drawn of Indian
qualified. : 3.2 beer in the sixteen week period markets to Florida avocado pictures the Seniors, and then the Seniors .

line Is September 20. 'since the beverage was legalized, open ( dwellings. We are going to make yelled for themselves. You !
marketable
28,500,000 BOXESJACKSONVILLE who still have !
growers 4p
according to figures recently released Indian booklets. In this study we
can Imagine which
group cheered
Frank A. fruit to John J. Math
according
Service IIOWEY LOSES SUIT by the United States Brew- made relief maps of North AmerIca the louder.
Scruggs state marketing bureau, ers, manager of the .Florida Avocado a,
TAMPAA circuit court Jury ers Association. out of flour and salt. Some of Next
to
has estimated consumption of Flor- Growers Exchange. Fefore debating, we like writing' {
here last week awarded a $2,662 them are very good copies.
ida citrus short stories. Plots! are being plan : ,
the twelve hurricane
during month the destroyed the Cuban
StationStarke judgment in favor of Mrs. Ruth M. BEER NOT S.2TALLAHASSEEChemlcal All of us seem to be getting old- ned '
Republican period that ended July 31 at 28- crop Cuba was shipping from 12- now. Here's. one of 'em: "I'm ; 4
Dobbin W. J.
against Howey, er as we continue having birth- 1''
:500,000 boxes. Of the total, 20- tests 000 to 14.000 lugs of avocados to up In'my airplane, strapped to the ri
Fla. candidate against Gover- of 3.2 beer and wine sold in Florida days. Garnetta Hubbard was seat. Suddenly there la 1
176,750 boxes, or 53,502 carloads, the New York market daily. With an explosion
nor Sholtz in the race last year. twelve, Saturday, Sept. 16; Edward
were moved out of the state by show only one brand is really 3.2 this competition eliminated Florida the plane is enveloped Inflames
the full
The verdict represents! Barnes was twelve Sept. 11, andLeonll.rd
railroad or steamer. Trucks trans- per cent, the state beverage de- growers should receive fair prices and takes a nose dive. I f i
amount Mrs. Dobbin alleged was Smith was nine
Tuesday,
ported 3,000,000 boxes northward. partment announced today, and and have a gradually Increasing forgot to bring a parachute. What
due her balance of
by Howey as a About 2,750,000 boxes of grapefruitwere that brand Is 3.33. The lowest alcoholic price until the end of the season. Sept. 19. can I dor Will I live to tell the Iti 'k'

salary promised for a twentytwoweeks' canned, and 2,500,000 boxes of content showed in thirty- EUNICE PERKINS, story?" Bring the smelllnir salts. +,
for him In the .
campaign fruit were consumed within the six samples tested by the state NEW GAME REFUGE Teacher.- Hhall W'., Publish Home? ly, !,
northern part pf the state. chemist was 2.42 cent. Ten The
state. per dignified Seniors must have
BOCA GRANDE-The island of
SIXTH GRADE NEWS
samples were above three per cent tickets to enroll daily in the ,
AFFIRM LONG'S DECISION Caaparllla, the old home of Jose Miss II. Jtwolwi' Room grade- u
and one touched 3.1S or five-one book of '
LAUGHS AT FATHER TIME English IV. The ticket
TALLAHASSEE lachua 1 Gaspar, a famdua buccaneer of the The Sixth Grade In doing manual
hundredth under the maximum.The
MIAMI-With a merry "haha"for Spanish Main, who a century (or Identification cards) are provIng
law ago
County's cattle fence passedby training work this year. We have
Father Time the and! lowest alcoholic content of to be a success |'n their aim- r
"boys" found
held sanctuary here, has recently iM
the 1923 Legislature, was already started a table to be used
;r whdr. "girls" of Miami's Three Score and wine tested was three per cent, to express ourselves In ''
State Supreme been made a game refuge. Lar&elythrough writing. J n
unconstitutional by the For large flour maps and as a sand
Ten Club whileSt. while the highest wan 3.19, or just Many of us have the "
More scan of
than 6Qf> Court in an opinion affirming building plan, the efforts of Mrs. Francis table. Some of our boys will make "gift gab

choice Havana filler" a decision by Circuit Judge A. Petersburg's Three Quarter one-hundredth under the maximum B. Crownlnshleld of Boston, Mare,I good carpenters If they keep up but not of writing. So, some news, # j

plus other choice In- V. Long of Gainesville. Section 14 Century organization eagerly and other property owners of the their good work. Tom Mersereaua adventure, or "what I did yester

ported tobacco ..-> aI of the law the court said, is In awaits the cry of "play ball." For TEACHERS MISUNDERSTOOD Island action to make Gaaparllla the "boss" of the table project. day" is written on the carda. Of e Js l

Cuite and aroma found 'conflict with Fourteenth Amend- while Miami's 1500: members found TALLAHASSEE-Scores of applications Island a haven for the many species Derlll Lee has entered school this course, if we are too bashful to tell ry 111

+ only la higher priced ment to the Federal Constitution present quarters too cramped to i for assistance have been of game of West Florida was week. We are glad to have him in it on paper we're Just absent for

dganthaf* JOHN I and to Section 1 of the Bill of permit the carrying on with ease : made by school teachers to the authorized by M. V. Cooks, assist our Sixth Grade. the day in that class. The current ; 1 { i r

y..} RUSKIN standard of Rights of the Constitution of the the many activities, the West I state relief headquarters here, but ant state game commissioner of Tommy Hitch ia president of our gossip now Is, "What did you write i j
Coast clubsters take their fun out have been about f"
none approved. Manyof Florida.
Island
Gasparllla I. situated -
value. State of Florida. class; Margaret Lowry, vice-presl- lit'' e
of doors and mainly on the dia- the applicants, the relief head- '"
i half) way down the West Coastof lent, and Juanita Barefoot, secre- ..FOOTBALL: :
Don't be muted by mond ball field. quarters said misunderstood the Florida In Charlottee Harbor. NEWS
TOMATO: EMBARGO:
SEEK Mrs.
ary.treasurer. Barefoot la
r' old time brand method under which relief funds Boca Grande, a winter resort cola By John Innuui i 'r4g
.HOMESTEAD-Steps to organIze ,our Home-Room mother, After two
( .. "marked down to tomato growers under the National GAS SICKENS SIIOLTZ could be paid to teachers. Marcus ny, la at the southern end, but the weeks of extensive ; .
-
r
444 Sc."JOHN RUSKIN and TALLAHASSEE Gov. Dave I C. Fagg, atate relief director, announced rest of the Island is unhablted except Miss training in the fundamentals of
Recovery program Htrlcldund's Boom
1 is the Sholtz revealed Saturday that es- recently that unemployed for small footballology, the Bradford County
4 mly dgmjf glvin. quest for an immediate are-I a fishing village. Al- We missed Burch Hart, who was football team baa 1
fumes In the teachers who In need would be begun the thirty-
executive
txL you full 1933 value on> foreign tomatoes to make caping gas are ready well-known as a fishing renter absent Friday on account of illness. third )

r for your 5 cent sible the recovery of this Industrywas mansion Friday night caused him paid $50: a month for teaching ifa : for tarpon and other fighting We have thirty-two pupils/ In our our season practice in earnest. At present 1 t
"considerable' discomfort" and county made application for consists of -
resulted relief Inn, Gasparllla la wellsuppliedwith passIng
here last week at a room and most of
Try a few today. takfn In his feeling nervous and 111. funds to keep a rural school in wild life, and has been a bird ua are working punting, kicking off, and a
meeting attended by truck growers hard. to be the
striving
You will enjoy every representing 7,000 acres. An or- He did not require medical attention operation. The relief will be extended sanctuary for many years. Now Roll." on "Honor rough game of "you tag 'em." i M

puff. I The Governor said results only where a county (Is financially that the efforta to secure It as a Practically all the players are In
ganization to be known as "The The class has selected Kenneth excellent
Florida Association of Tomatoformers' might have been more serious if he unable to .maintain the game; refuge have been completed, Bagwell and Jean Davis aa Language have shape except a few who

Saw Tba and] had not turned on a fan In the bed school. the Island has been stocked with just recently come out to
formed
was an executive Traffic Officers. These of. practice t
Band* room when he retired. He said be quail. and all seem anxious to a

TtwyAr* committee named.SHOTGUN discovered this morning that SEEK NEW CAMPS leers are to_ _make__ m_ note nf n the.___ "__r.rora get going and keep thAt way toe
gas -s -----
Redeemable uaed in the room, then mak the entire ,
fumes were leaking from a main In TALLAHASSEE Acting with CLOSING OF season
KILLS BOY MAILSMail posters showing the error and also Each
Vin- the basement of the mansion. Governor Dave Sholtz's approval player Is striving to land V ,f ,
JACKSONVILLE-Robert fc t
poster Illustrating the correct a berth
on the '
Train South regular eleven t
he Florida forest service will seek Close by {
Is dead and his playmate, The
nine latter
Ing way. one in
remaining dethroning
all
Atkins PRISON FARM PLAN to have fifty-two new civilian conservation Vo. 1 I--Parcel Post8:00 a.m. able rivals in this
Eulle ,
Gary the
twelve-year-old room several .
:Vo. 107 Letters days.Our game of survival of the
TALLAHASSEE The state's locate in Special fittest. A*
Is in the Duval County Hospital corps camps had
room charge of chapel yet we have '
used plan for a model prison farm at this state. Harry Lee Baker, state Delivery A Spe- no major Injuries or /r
because a shotgun as a toy last week the
Belle Glade in clallI/Udl1n&.. fl:30a.m. ; following program mental adversity to retard t
accidentally discharged about the Everglades region forester, has gone to Ashvllle, N. was the
was given:
D. may be abandoned becauseof C., to place the proposal before the North growing power of our team. Coach
J. Vining, :
noon Saturday. My Bathtub-By Jenelle Hutch- '
unfavorable health and weather Federal officials. There are now No. 12-Parcel Post and Larson la working hard to whip in
said have accidentally
twelve Is to conditions. Nathan Mayo, commis- fifteen forestry camps In Florida. Letters..____ 3:00: p.m. ngs. shape an Inexperienced team, that { t'

itifc R VALUE pulled brother the trigger and wounding fatally shootingila the At- sioner of agriculture and head of Including camps now in operationand No. 103-Letters. Special Davln.Fluttering Leaves (planoJ-.1ean) Is, with the exception of six;veteran

t the state prison division told the the divisionamong Delivery & Spe- lettermen who are not only able t
x-. proposed ,
occurred at camps
c-rkt&GwlOSltwarkxl1'ILLD ilna boy. The tragedy Song. "The Home the
cial Handling 5:50 on Range"By leaders, but '
OA Woodruff board of commissioners of state Institutions counties would be aa follows p.m. shining examples for '
home on
he boy's class.UhlBy.
Vining -
CANDY cxxDUtrtbotor Starke the
and hell Branch '
he believed further younger and lees .
expenditure : Alacbua two Baker experienced
camps;
_GaIae.vtu, JI'1a., Street near Raiford Street. of money at Belle Glade two; Bay, five; Calhoun five; Clay Mall clones .___..__.. 7:00: a.m. Doris Crews, Ernest boys. i r ,

Mall arrives..______ 2:40: Deloach and Jenelle Hutchinga. The
p.m.Florida's admission
would be unwbe. "We cannot work two; Columbia, one; Duval. six; to the games this

white prisoners there" Mayo said, acabia! two: Franklin two; Cads- Crews Hiring Office Help-By William year Is... follows Adults S5cj; p
DIRECTORSOur coastline vegltatlon U and L. M. Gaines: + '
FUNERAL because of unfavorable health con den one; Gulf five; Hamilton, students 20c; grammar grade: atu- #
sub-tropical, and in the
interior Is
Many Y. .-. Experience Make It Possible for Ua to Render ditions. We sent about sixty down three; Highlands, three; Holmes, a conferoua tree-clad -Ablbl- dents lOc. There has been naught

SERVICE there one time and had to bring one; Leon one Levy sandy region change In the prices for admission
EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS ; one; Liberty, where citrus fruits have been Leslie "Didn't I ,
highly -
MODERATE PRICES nearly every one of them back to six; Madison on ; Polk, one; St. developed. a tramp see you taking this.year. There has been considerable r
through the
DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY' Ralford penitentiary hospital because ohna.. one; Union, one; Voluaia, ----I- day," wood yester trouble In securing games

STARKE. FLORIDA they contracted" Evergladesitch two; Walton, aev and ores. < schedule will bo
ton
three. announced next
owned railways In 1932. was my father." week. lsJ it


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l BRADFORD COUNTY TEXEGKAPH. STAKKK, FLOIUDA_ ___ __ __ ___ _______ J ID.\Y, SEPTEMBER
-FOUR_-----____- _____________________ --- ...;;;:;.. Z-=: 193Sr



I Scrubbed, Tubbed and Talcumed, Miss America I VACATIONSand



if : i5ocietvl Defies the: Discomforts of Summer Weather ,I \1 '



I, r .
I I.
+ Day Long Is Slogan For
Baptist W. M S. 0. E S. Meets

Order of Dog Days.By By Dr. ERNEST H.;LINES
The Starke Chapter,
1
The regular business and program ....
LUCILLE FIELDS BmlMtir Authority Chief M f Ic.l DlracM
I, meeting of the Baptist Worni Eastern Star, held their first meet- Counselor, National Beauty Institute N_ Y.r*Ul'-. .raooce Cos.p..,

; i ?), an's Missionary Society will be Ing of the fall season' Monday eve- nnUBBED! Scrubbed! And Talc-edl

}t held at the church Monday. afternoon ning at the Masonic Hall with a I Your 1933 model-deluze. FIRST AID e

y at 3:30: o'clock, A full at- large assembly of members pres- Everything that can go Into the

'r tendance of members is desired, as ent. tub and come out again clean, fresh FORETHOUGHT may prevent accidents, and quick thought

iecv; : + soma very important business is to After the regular business meetIng and crisp (In- accident from turning into a fatality Know and t attic'

l be transacted at this meeting was held a social hour was en- Q cludinghereeltIThat's for first aid, and apply them when necessary, without: losingyour'The 6eada j .
this ,
tj Joyed when the worthy patron and ;, year's your sweet cardinal principle!, of_first aid is to render such help in time r Oft..LL
"
Price-Dodd worthy matron, Mr. and Mrs. E. W, heart, unparalleled as the facUlties at hand will permit.If -- -- M""UOIII,,

r Hayes, surprised the members by in the an- r you are going on a hunting, '
and
pain
William Norris are shock.
Mr. and Mrs.
serving delicious refreshments of nals of beauty camping or extensive automobile trip, Apply a suitabl.t
announcing the marriage of their punch and wafers. history for ravishing It is a wise precaution to carry alonga ointment or dressing and pro

.I ': daughter, Mary Grace Dodd, to Cecil At the next meeting to be held : vital first aid outfit, which' may be injured doctor parts. If the burn l Ie i"Z!

G. Price of Quincy, on Fridayat the first Monday evening in Octo- compellingcharm. secured from any drug store. Learn a should be consulted.

11:00: a.m., September 15, at ber, all members are asked to at. l'r how to use the contents. When any- fraeturet should be

;j the Riverside Park Methodist tend as Important business mattersare I Big girls llv- one has been injured, get the victimto applying a splint made of treated
Church In Jacksonville. to be transacted at that time. Ing over again a doctor as noon as possible! after material to prevent any any rigId I

;, The ceremony was performed by L.ollU PltlJ. their pinafore A clean applying first aid. Injury to the tissues by the fraltlllen furtber I
jay81
the Rev. Marvin Franklin In the Junior 4-II Council of bone and to facilitate ,i
frock every morning; another laterIn Bleeding or hemorrhage is on* of trBnspo""
Jwt r presence of Immediate relatives Met Saturday At Yulee the.. day. Our Miss America deluxe the commonest and most serious tlon of the Injured person TV'
and clone friends. The bride was clean and fresh splints should extend on both !
be accidents.
members of the Jun- ,must Just as When an artery has been side
Fifty-eight
attired In a navy blue ensemblesuit ior 4-H Council of Bradford and and crisp at five p. m. as at ten In the severed, as a result of a serious cut, well beyond the point of injury '

with accessories to match and early morning. "Them's her orders" the blood is bright red and comes (in Sunstroke and heat
met l last
+ t'' her flowers were a corsage of pink Union Counties Saturday -end she takes them, believe the spurts.' In that case, pressure' should which proafratiogl I
are discussed
a rosebuds and lilies of the valley morning in the Woman's Club at scrubbed and tubbed and talcumed be applied to the heart side of the another article more fUlly ill
j' Yulee for their fourth meting of And DOES she like It? in this aerie,,
I
b ) Mrs. Price Is a native of Virginia the DOES darling.she? Lovely jean Harlow rigidly adheres to a definite daily beauty routine point of bleeding, preferably with a rest and quiet in the shade,ruw

*,. and received her training as a year. tourniquet, which may be Improvised light, simple diet. nnd1'
the regular What on this side of Jordan can
As this meeting was
nurse in Providence Hospital In from a handkerchief or piece of cloth.If I
make feel the conquering these meticulousdays
woman Talcum enough
of officers the a Cooling Agent reason
Electric
1 j'.y' ti r Washington, and for the past fifteen time for election heroine role as the knowledge that At the Mavis laboratory the other for Its profligate use on the it is necessary to apply the tourni- shock and rnrtompoitoning ""T k
made her home in report of the nominating committees and tubbed quet for period of time, it should which comes (run
,ii a "i's years has she's lust been scrubbed day I was amazed to learn that talcum body. The poise that comes from any IDDahlisl
': Florida. For eight years Mrs Price was heard, and the followingwere and freshly talcumedT (We like the sales the knowing all Is well Is but another be loosened every 15 or 20 minutes : the exhaust from a motor. require; l )
are near top
has been connected with the State elected for the ensuing year: rhythm of that gay triangle-and so cosmetic products. The baby among consumption count In its favor. And scientific experiment I to prevent gangrene. Should it prove' the application of artificial respiration':

k{ Board of Health as Public Health Lea Retta Jeffords, Brooker, president does this Miss America we're talking and male use of talc does proving that talcum actually 1 impracticable to apply a tourniquet, in much the same way as for a!per a'''

; Oveda Brannen, Lake Butler, about That's why she' proposes does reduce body temperature, 1 pressure may be applied by the who has apparently drowned Tit''
'I& Nurse. Mr. Price is a native of not explain the phenomenon, without
be the central In It.) She makes It Alto method
i vice-president; Essie Sapp, New to figure a summer necessity. I. fingers or by means of a pad held In prone of 8.I.tlficialrespiratioD
GadBden County and for the past never gets so far away from child throwing in the huge consump- gether, there seems' to be every rea- is described in the next I
Ozena Green bandage.Wounds article '
place by a
? several years has been a prominent River, secretary; hood (her own or her children's tion credited to women. This institution son why talcum should be on handIn this series. In'

; 1 business man of Quincy, and is alsoa Brooker, treasurer children's) not to recognize there Is has done much to Introducethe every bathroom-and no good excuse should' be cleansed! and a

member of the Quincy American Reports' the various commit- nothing quite so lovely on earth asa Idea of a can of talo for every for its absence. suitable antiseptic applied This is

Legion, he having been in active tees were heard and plans were freshly tubbed and scrubbed and bathroom, but woman's own acceptance Here, again, however It must be particularly important when the Thif; it the ninth of a teriet of 12

i service in France the World made for a flower show to be heldIn talcumed baby. Nothing smells so of the luxury of a "lovely skin recognized that there are talcs and wound may contain infected material. articles on Vacation and Htalth./
W t ; during Starke at some date In Novem- sweet or Is so sweet. Nor so huggable below the powder line" has done talcums. Good talcums and cheap The tenth
on Artificial
War ber to be announced later. Chry- kissable, lovable. even more. A luxury,. Incidentally, I products. Your protection, as always Dog bites should. be cleansed and lion will Keipua. I
the
n After a honeymoon trip to the The Big Girls have taken their cue that can be effected even in depression i in cosmetic matters', is the cauterized. If possible, the animal! answer questions.

1, Century of Progress Exposition In santhemums, the county. flower, and are going for talcum In riotous times. known reliability of the manufac should be put under observation to I. Does the heart continue to

Chicago and a visit to Niagarao'a11s will be featured, and It is expectedthat way. The deodorant virtue of talcum Is turer. ace if It is rabid, and if it shows beat after breathing stops? ,

; 4 r } they will be at home to their the show' will be a success in evidence of this disease, anti-rabio _: Does water get Into the luogi i

friends at Quincy. spite of unfavorable weather conditions Finacial Statistics Show CLEMONS: HOME BURNS; I Tax Are treatment should be instituted by a of a drowned person? J. How I
Inspectors
for the plants. physician. should the method of
prone
arti.
t The many Starke friends of Mr,
A large, two-story, frame house, I
Committees were appointed to $12.77 Percapita ExpenseFor Announced for County ficial respiration be
( and Mrs. Price will be pleased to Burnt require first aid attentionto practiced: I
f make plans and arrangements for State Government near Heilbronn Springs, belonging I
offer
congratulations prevent infection and to relieve
t exhibits for the annual Achieve- to Laurlce C. Clemons, burned to I (Continued from Page 1)) Copyright IBM,N.Y.U L Co.) j

ment Day to be held in October. from the but listed at actual Value as of Jan-
.. Parent-Teacher Association (Continued Page 1)) ground Wednsday afternoon of
Miss Isabelle Thursby' food eco- 1. For illustration COLORED NEWS
a $100.00par
This was Incurred in the Interestof uary .
Holds First last week. Mr. Clemons was
MeetingThe awayat
j nomist, of Tallahassee, attendedthe value stock be worth LAWTEY
the Everglades drainage project. may only
4
the time, but other members of The following excerpts from a
P.-T. A. met Wednesday' aft- meeting and gave an Instruc- As an offset to this Indebtedness' $25.00: market value and should be
the family were at home, and they, O. J. Fhllllpa, Cor. book, "Our Darktown Press bj
in the school and tive demonstration In the uses of listed at $23.00.
auditorium Mortgages are
eroon there are sinking fund assets assisted by some road workers, Mrs. Roy Octovus Cohen. They art ,
the president, Mrs. L. F. Smith, vegetables and fruit. She Insisted amounting to $20OOO. handled in exactly the same man-
were able to save all household fur news items as printed in colored
4. opened the meeting with the song, that the girls use more of these Assessed Valuations, Tax Levies nishings. ner. A ten thousand dollar mortgage Rowell Prevatt Die of the nation
newspapers
;a "America, the Beautiful," sung by products 1 nthelr every-day diet: The assessed valuation prop- might not be worth more Rowell Prevatt, a pioner residentof
Miss' Lea Retta Jeffords presidedover this died at his home here The killing of Louis Carrow In
the audience. The song was fol- erty In Florida subject to ad valorem ATTORNEYS APPOINTEDThe than $5,000.00 or less' at the pres- place,
the meeting In the absence of ent time. If Thursday after a long Illness. the basement of the church has
lowed know
k t by a prayer after which taxation was $320,453,908; the firm of :Patten& Landrum. you that you
the president, Miss Annie Laura cannot Born March 21, 1851, at Orlando caused much criticism.
Ritch solo to
Tommy gave a piano amount of state taxes' levied was attorneys', last' week recived notice expect ever collect..the .
Tucker. full value of and at an early moved with "It has always been our practice
entitled "Fomgranite. and the of their appolritinent .as local a mortgage, then it age
$2,681,857; per capita levy, rep-
; Mrs. A. M.'Darby read paper Before the business session was $1.77 In 1931 the per capita levy resentatives of,the Macon branch should be listed at thea ctual value his parents to this section. to leave tho family some laof' 1
they
on the subject, "What Are We Got opened, a program of music and was $5.41 and in 1917, $3.17. of the Regional Agricultural Cor- you believe you will collect or will Surviving him are five children, ey out of InsuranceBroughton's / -

Ing to' Do About Our Schools?" reading were given by Mary Williams 1 poration of Raleigh, N. C. This be willing to take for It. If you all of this place.Interment Funeral Home

Resolutions from the National Eloise Townsend and Mary MEETING AS ADVERTISED corporation makes loans to farmers hold a mortgage upon which you was in the family plotat Mrs. Henry Carples Is Improving

l I P.-T A. convention held In Seattle, Brannen. under the Reconstruction FI- cannot now collect, but know that Dyal cemetery with Rev. Sellers after an attack of illness She has!

Wash., were read by the following Starke, Hampton, Theressa, A meeting of ,the City Council nance Corporation. the maker is good and eventuallywill officiating.Mrs. been sick.Friends.

j'' persons: Health, Mrs. E. M. Davis Brooker, Vanderbilt, Heilbronn, for the purpose of hearing taxpayers' pay the.,) face value, then It of Sister Chandler regret
will be held Tues-
$ ; Alcohol, Miss Olive Ray; Par- Worthington Springs, and Lake complaints WARNING should be valued at face value. Arwood Entertains the absence of her presence.

ent Education, Miss Middleton; Butler delgates answered to the day night, October 3, at 8:00: Under Class "B" as shown on the Mrs. H. B. Arwood entertainedthe The burglar was from out of r
1 withpatrons'
found
y Home Life, Mrs H. C. Ritch. roll call. o'clock as advertised In a legal no- Anyone tampering return, all notes and bonds secured ladies of the Baptist W. M. U.' town. We find that our home boyi
office
boxes In
r Miss Jacobs' grade received the I The December meeting will be tice in this week's paper. It was post lobby Smith.A at her home Tuesday afternoon. are good citizens who only do harm
time be with according to law.
announced last week that the will dealt
t for the held at Worthington Springs. fee of / Devotional exercises was con- to each other.
prize having
1 largest num- Please caution children. $23 each and a petition
of the had been changed,
ber of meting 500 ducted by the leader Mrs.' T. J. Mr. Ed Burnard Is suffering
patrons "
present. MEMORIAM "POSTMASTER. signed by registered voters
*., : ;< Plans were made for giving a IN but this action has been remanded.: was required of all pledged candi- Terry, and after business discus- from a wound In the head from being

school lunch to undernourished In loving memory of James dates. sion the hostess served a delicious hit with a hatchet which re
Anyone can qualify as an
Children Frederick Carnell, who passed salad course. 1 suited In a quarel between him and
candidate
unpledged
The president appointed the fol- away September 22, 19311: Ti w'i FAVORITEREGI&ES requirements, but the, without names of these the Those attending this pleasant af- his wife. $

lowing chairmen of committees: Sweet little flower of heavenly wet and dry unpledged will appearon fair were Mrs M. B. Plummer, 1 Six wounds In the left chest

I '; Membership, Mrs. D. A Montelth; birth. the ballot without distinction Mrs. J, L. Harrell, Mrs. V. R. Reddish proved painful to Cabel Johnson.
a
f Publicity, Miss' Olive Hay; Health, He was too fair to bloom on earth .. iyM as to which side qualified them. Mrs. C. R. Whitehead Mrs.J. Mrs. Williams, wife of Rev. Williams

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez; Hospitality, So angels came with loving hands / : Early next week a list of the M. Reddish, Mrs. L. F. Dinklns, Is spending an Indefinite

e ; Mrs. O. L. Haynes; Nutrition, And bade him bloom in a better dry candidates will be in the hands' Mrs. S. Prevatt, Mrs. D. L. Black time with him.

Mrs. E. W. Hayes; Grounds', Mrs. land. vat of the prohibition forces here, and burn, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. J. P. Mr. Thompson, proprietor of ills

A. J. Thomas; Program, Mrs. A. M. He was Just a little rosebud, OFBRADFORD ,", will be given wide-spread' publicity. Wyrlck, Mrs. Highsmith, Miss Bessie Thompson Pressing Club, has the

fif Darby. A sweet little flower from earth Dates have been set for meetings' Terry.L. honor of being the father of bit

Officers for the God took him home to heaven COUNTY wife's baby girl.
g coming school to be held In the various precincts ""
:year are: President, Mrs. L. F. Before be was soiled on earth. throughout the county to which the H. Hill Jr., was a business John Howard, 103 years old,
Smith; vice-president, Mrs T. .1.1 The flowers we place upon his HOUSEWIVES general public is invited. visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Monday of what was thought to to

., Alderman; secretary Miss Isabel ) grave New names added to the dry and Mrs. Vernon Rowe are old age.

y' t Fernandez; treasurer, Mrs. H. C. May wither and decay, I forces this week were: Mrs. L. L. receiving_congratulations on the WIMon was carried to the hospital

Bitch. But the love for our darling who Conner, Miss Amy Coburn F. S arrival of a son. where his condition was pw

was sleeps beneath FAVORITE SANDWICH RECIPES Smith :Mrs. F. S. Smith, Mrs. Myrtle M. B. Plummer was transacting nounced undertermined. He w81
highly valued In Will never fade away. Anderson business in Starke Tuesday. held for further observation aw
+ early times. Parents and Grandparents. Cheesa And Olive Sandwiches Layer SandwichOne Mrs. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, J. C. Prevatt was a business visitor later it was found that he wu
Work a cream cheese until I loaf each of day old white W. G. Halle, Mrs. E. M. to the state' capital
add half the bread and bread. Slice. Thomas, Mrs. L. W. Kickliter. Tuesday. dead.
smooth and graham
creamy; Miss Nancy Blackburn of Orange This pastor Is ranked among the
I of olives finely choppedand Make a spread of peanut butter
quantity Park
I INSPECT 1'ANTIUES is visiting friends here this tallest trees In the ministerial forest
I moisten with mayonnaise dress- and mayonnaise with a teaspoonful week. u
r : Miss Isabelle Thursby of Tallahassee and one of the deepest places !
1 'I Ing. This mixture be slightly of lemon juice, and spread' on the
STOP AT may extension economist in food David W. Moore was a business the Baptist River.-Stuart News.
I moistened with cream and season- slices of graham bread. Spread the conservation was In the visitor' to Plant City Monday.M. -

ed with salt and cayenne. Spread slices of white< bread with grape county F. Brown of LICENSESThe
Tuesday and, with Miss Pearl Jor- Tampa was a MARRIAGE
ii : between crackers. jelly. Take five slices of the bread dan visitor here liceM*
home demonstration agent Inspected Monday and Tuesday. following marriage
,
r -
VIOLA'S I Miss Anita Courtmanch,' already spread-three" white and' budget pantries of Brad Mrs. E. D. Boyer of Ocala is were Issued during the past week

Starke, Florida.' two brown, and ,,stack In layers ford County women. Photographsof spending the week with her daughter by County Judge E. K. Perryoaa-: .
I I with a white slice bottom. a brown Wal'
Mrs. W.
F, Moore. Doris
Peanut SandwichesSkin the best pantries will be made Jacque Brooks and
slice next and until the five
so on and sent to Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten were
and to
roasted
freshly peanuts com-
FOR used. aside ters.Carl
are Then set and stack visitors to Beu
pete in a state-wide contest. Jacksonville Wednes- Nettles and Flora
reduce them to a powder in a meat
the rest of the bread In the same'
Add and mix the day.James Johns.
chopper. salt way (in layers of five slices) and BUSY CONGRESSMAN T. Moore of and Bertha
Plant
City William Packham
crushed nuts with fresh cream
let stand for at. least thirty min A visit to Lex Green's was a visitor here
'mixture be- office at Monday Harke.:
cheese. Spread the
SCHLITZThe utes. Then slice' each layer (five Starke Friday found -
w our genial =
slices of unbuttered
tween graham -
Tar '' slices) with a real sharp knife and Congressman -
bread. right on the Job whenhe
cut In squares.' Makes a dozen Is
Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch, I supposed to be taking a va r I
tasty sandwiches.
4 I cation. There were numbers
Starke, Florida. of ;
i Beer That Made Contributed. visitors' from all sections of the Clover Farm Store
Tuna Fish Sandwiches district' present waiting Interviewsand

Remove tuna fish from and Pimento Cheese Sandwiches Lex .,
can greeted each with his r y
Milwaukee Famous Hake. Add two hard boiled eggs Chop the pimentos in small 1 usual' friendly greetings and talk-

chopped fine, one small onion, pieces and add the cheese' grated ed to several at a time, while dictating
I fine, and work until smooth, then A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS
sweet pickles and celery, all diced, letters to his secretary. We
and mix with enough mayonnaise' add a pinch of salt and enough always had an idea that our Con-
5c and I We Steins
to make a good spread. Add salt' mayonnaise to make a good spread.' gressman had a snap' but if thatIs For Saturday 1I I
and
el 7 Spread between saltines or slicesof Friday
and pepper to taste, and spread between ( an example of how they spend
slices of bread. white bread. their vacations' 2.b
they can keep their 2.o
Mrs. A W. Anderson Mrs.L.. J. Green, Jobs.-Baker
I ON DRAUGHT OR IN BOTTLES County Press.

Starke, Florida. r' Starve, Florida SALT, 2 Packages 5c
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r Also Barbecue-SandwichesSlice I Nut And Raisin Sandwich STOP ATVIOLA'S MATCHES, Package__ _ _ 7c 0i

In half a sandwich bun or I Take equal parts of raisins and Best Grade WHITE BACON lb.. 8c
use' two slices of sandwich bread pecans and run through a chopperand I i

and toast to a light brown. Spreadon mix well with mayonnaise and CORN;' BEEF, 2 Cans. _ 25c

''t De li i >Sandwiches'. one piece of the toasted breada 'add a teaspoonful of lemon Juice. Per No. 2'/2 PEACHES 2 Cans. 25c I
amount lettuce -
generous chopped Spread on slices of graham bread Good Sandwiches '

over which place a cover of and cut in half. .A delicious sweet sad LA TOURIANE COFFEE, Can .2 3 c p

-- --- thinly sliced tomatoes. Then add sandwich.
-- ICE COLD Flour Guaranteed 24 Ibs 95c 12 lbs 49c t
ti'' the barbecue meat cut in small Contributed. BEER ;

pieces> over which place a cover of Ask For Our Prices on Case O. K.-Octagon Soap or Powder 10 for 25c oft,

I mayonnaise with two thin slices of Next week the Telegraph will AdJ.a.... ,
,' Special Attention Paid to Case Orders i I GELATIN I5c tav
I dill pickle, then combine with other print favorite "Special Dish" recl- Sinclair Service Station 2 Packages __ _ x

slice of bread. Serve at once.Contributed.. pM. If you have special one send W".r. Yea A..r'G.e y.... G.. ne ''I IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. .29cYAGE.

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Lm\Y. SEPTEMBER: 22. 1983 BRADFORD COUNTY TELECaRAPDIITARKE.! FLORIDA I ,
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." Mrs. Senator L. Kramer of Jacksonville Friends of Mrs. Nat Sternbergwill n.YT CAMP: FOSTERA I KINGSUY: LAKK CHURCH 1 w .

was a guest several days regret to learn of thedeath of party composed o* 'f. T. Long Services are being held every yt t }i

last week of Mr. and Mrs Wllllan her mother, Mrs. B. Rosenburg, at A. E. Walt Jr., Harry Tyson W. K. Lord's Day at KIngsley Lake Baptist NAT SEZ: : !

Bits of Norris at their home on South Walnut her home in New York City several Grlffls, Charles U 1
Street. days ago. Mrs. Sternberg; who Strutli nnij Victor Thomas, of the Prayer meeting will be held -..iwsning I'
was called to her mother's bedside local Headquarters Company, Sec folks all this talk about a 1\\ }
weeks will return at W. D. Fender's home, Saturday newWell haiI sounds \
Mrs. Elizabeth Cone has to two ago ond Battalion, 121Ut Infantry sure good tonight I 11\
gone
I IDeal Jt.ye Gainesville for a visit with her son, home about Oct. 1. spent! Sunday' at Camp Foster, at 8:00: o'clock. William me and you, doesn't it? If we get ,,6 1 l

Allie Cone after a several weeks' ;0 Jacksonville, doing target practice. Bailey, pastor. it It won't come ; ,iJ/

visit here with Mr. and Mrs. R. 1.1. Miss Mary Canova.with Miss: I a bit too soon ----- .i i,1

Concerning Our People, Business and Sparkman.Mrs. Louise Bryant of OcaJa and Miss And the Worst\ is Yet to t Come--- either. One or .' r c + ;;;
Aggie Bush Johnson of Haw two more good ,t, 4,

Progress of the County and Town. James Cellon has returns thorne, returned the' first of the I winds like we \ ,
where had a little c" 1Y
week from Tallahassee they
to her home In Gainesville after i a ,
spent the week-end "rushing" for while ago and \',
visit here with her daughters, Mrs.F. '
C. Hollingsworth and Mrs. W. Sigma Kappa sorority at the Florida the city clerk t. {

T .1 i Terry of Lawtey was a'vis!- Miss Iris Brown of Lake Butler M. Edwards.Mr. State College for Women. I 9dl would have to ':,,i
Tuesday. has been the guest of friends here upend the next r, ="' 1 ,
Jr here s '
for several days. Mrs. Josephine Edwards and .t. :,: year! or so pIck. a ? ; '
and Mrs. Wilbur Archer and
Surrency of Brooker was i a Mrs. J.V.. Edwards were ir ing splinters out p I'. e
JAB two children, Bobby and Betsy, of
of the town records I.
here Monday. Mr; and Mrs. C. A. Drlggers of Gainesville Monday visiting Mr.
ltor Tampa'are enjoying a two weeks'stay n
Lake Butler were visitors to and Mrs. Saint Julian Walker and I honestly ,
at the Robinson cottage at believe that more people would pay
Starke one-month-old James
Saturday.R. their son F
of Jacksonville was
|\V G Seals Klngsley Lake. Gilliard Walker. Mrs. Walker will their light bills promptly If they 1 t

visitor here Monday. be remembered here as Miss Louise ( ', weren't! afraid to go in the city hall I1 ;
W. Card left Sunday for -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ward,
in 'em. ,
for fear It will fall on g ,
lit
Cleveland Ohio, where he will Simpson, who Is a granddaughter
who have been several
I and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent spending ,
Mr spend the winter. months at Plant City, are guestsof of Mrs. Josephine Edwards. s '
l-dnesday In Jacksonville. b 1 1I I I ,\nc'o'ro! tryIng to got a C.C.C.
-- Mrs. Ward's parents, Mr. and< ( ( V !
and Mrs. Thomas liar I !ih I In this. too. And we
Mr. key comity
; C'ump
8\V. McEver of Graham was i a Mrs. John Uglow.Mr. Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs A. F. II i I Ir
mess visitor here Wednesday. of Brooker were visitors to Starke F. Sauls'spent Thursday shopping I I need :you, folk to help ue.Ytl

Tuesday afternoon. and Mrs. A. C. Durdcn, who< !In Jacksonville. hl'tto have a I lot of petitions\ .) 1 t
.
Jr J H. Carradlne of Lawtey have been guests of their son-in from Influential people saying that
here Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Nasworth; law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. /
L a Business visitor FrIday. Mrs. J. E. Ballard, Miss Marjorie they are In favor of countywidefin
and Mrs. G. H. Meadle were vIsItors L. Beasley, returned Saturday to< where
BalUrd and Miss Marie Down- } protection, and that'll
A Howe of Lawtey was at- to Jacksonville Sunday.J. their home In Tampa. Ing of Jacksonville\ were guests you ronio In. Of courtio, the C.C.G. {

tiding to business here Saturday. during the weekend of Mr. and IMIJB don't spend much bwniinathoy t p a,
W. Townsend and T. M. Rlheri 1
Buy Crazy Crystal at Mitchell'sDrug Mrs. Cranford Downing. Mr. and don't make n1\lrh-but every ?, ,
B. Pinholster of Brooker was of Lake Butler were business visitors Store, Ex'lu"h'egent foi Mrs. Downing and little son, accompanied i I d r I llttln hIt counts, and throe days Itcnrourugrft e
here Saturdayhit here :Monday\ afternoon. Itrndford County. 11w tow i i
(nng the visitors by Mrs. BAllard, Miss ( Its merchants just

-- Ballard and Miss Downing, spent u crowd on thn streets', even
and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Tyman Marshalland Mr. and Mrs. Callls Manning and Sunday in Trenton with Mr. Downlug's though they aren't l buying any-
I Gainesville Satur Mrs. Freeman Register were little daughter, Marjorie Claire t '
'e visitors to parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. M thing. i
visitors to Gainesville Friday. and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hart spent Downing. __ i+ ;I' i
In Gainesvillewith
Sunday afternoon about crowds, reminds -
And talking
Miss Estelle Davis of Sampson Mrs. J. L. Frazee has returned Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley. ?
that often I
some
NOTICE me, MO see
j, visiting friends here Wednes- to Garrison-on-Hudson, N. Y., There will be a meeting of the 3C kid walking down the street with f f '
where she is under the care of ape Gerald Mlddloton: who has beenecretary
woman's division of the UnIted his little tender feet crowded intoa
cialists.Mr. to Congressman R. A Forces of Prohibition in the MethodIst shoe too small for him. If you ? t'
Price Robinson of Apopkant Green for some time, has gone to< '
ester
Church Tuesday, September brIng; your children to this store {
the week-end In Starke with and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds and Columbia, S. C., where he has a position .,
20, at 4:00 p.m. Every woman Interested for shoes, you can bo assured that
Homer E. Johns visited Palatka
Federal Land Bank.
lads with the
nd.. You WIll be taken to ii
and Jacksonville Is urged to fttt 1 every precaution
St. Augustine c
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need the information we can give, I lh\l't +........ see that they are propertly .fitted
IT: and Mrs. Charles F. Ward Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned -
and we need your co-cperatlon. I and that applies to you big gIrls nand
Int Tuesday In Jacksonville with Saturday from Chicago where MRS. A. WOOD, Chairman. I II boys too. ,
M. F. and G. I
Inds. Wiggins "t-'An- they attended the Century of Prog- .
drews of the New River section While they I'
ress Exposition. away
NOTICE He have u complete line of ladies ; 3
were attending to business here also visited relatives in Atlanta,
Bell of Gainesville spent
ack
Tuesday.Mrs. Notice is hereby given that the F6n1 children and mcii'w shoes and
jay afternoon here with Ga. I undersigned has applyed to the 'C price have. not Niclied the top ,

lids.lira. Board at Tal- yet MI why not buy now. i
C. B. Roberts, Mrs. Chesley Mrs. E. Smith, en route frfom I State Milk Control
and H. D. Wasdin of Graham I lahassee, Florida, for a code and to I'ETEItS'V'ORK (SHOES for MEN ,
Fogg to
W. E. Bryant Is spending New York to St. Petersburg r '
visitors here Wednesday set a price of milk within an area t.95 t{ I
j ral days in White Springs with were spend the winter months, has beena
morning.Mrs. M. at of eight miles of Starke, Bradford LADIES' DRESS SIIOES f..
nds.r guest of Mrs. R. Sparkman
Florida. This 18th day of ;
I County W.45
Call Street for several
her home on
r |! J. E. Mains of Lake Butler C. W. Beasley of Gaines- days.C. September, 1933.BRADFORD. COUNTY FOR FORMATION PURTHIR WRIT IN. Now Swagger Hull for Ladle Just f

i here Wednesday visiting ville was In Starke Friday visItingher Till CCMINT UMVICB Arrived and Priced at ,

Ms, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. A. Knight, A. J. Thomas, C. H. DAIRY. ASSOCIATION MAN.CARE OFt 4.V05
Florida.
Starke,
banning. Nasworthy and E. K. Perryman New Felt. *l.4l to $205

1 O. Daniel of Sarasota spent were In St. Augustine last Thurs- PORTLANDCEMENT IT PAYS TO 1IUV AT THIS 'j

3 \:ay here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miss Ruby Kilpatrick of Troy day afternoon attending the st., SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS STORE '
nrds.f Ala., Is the guest of her brother- Augustine Gainesville baseball r
In-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. G ASSOCIATIONHurt +
game. NAT STERNBERG Y
: f,I I. Hal Y; Malnes of Lake But- D. Vining. W Building ,

- I ma a professional visitor here Miss Hazel Middleton has resumed -, By ANN rAGE ATLANTA, OA. y
fjday.ilph Mr. and Mrs. William Norris left her duties as teacher of the days f I Starke. Florida ; '
g last Friday for Chicago where they seventh grade in Bradford High RETURNING! school give this.
feeding tddd
a family
I | Cox of the State Farm will visit A Century of Progress School, after being confined to her Importance. Children's meali must

visiting friends here Friday Exposition.Mr. home for several days with an at- be carefully planned In order to make k
.t up for the decreased mounts of eun- it
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Irnoon.Irs. tack of appendicitis.C.
and Mrs. Freeman Johns of light and fresh air. That means jiving

I H. C. Wimberly of High- steen spent the week-end here C. Hersey of Cedar Keys Is and them growth not only but enough foods food which for are energy rich T

1 was a visitor here Wednesdaymoon. with the former's parents, Mr. and the new manager of the Western in health protecting elements. Of thone Tip GrocerySTARKE l
Mrs. Jeff Johns. Union Telegraph Company office foods butter and milk are most Im op 1
portant. In addition egg yolk liver.
here, succeeding Mrs. Edythe leafy green vegetable) yellow and red
Miss Mildred Seals of Jacksonville -
g of and Mrs. Leon A. Gray Montgomery Williams, who recently vegetables, all fruit, whole grain
. visitors to Gainesville Sun- has accepted a position as secretary resigned her position here. cereeJs and bread are especially Im-
to Congressman R. A. GreenIn art In addition children may FLORIDA
I afternoon. Sort
,; his office here. the foods they like such as pea WIM'OWIMMT
little
Mrs. Orle A. Wiggins and nut butter preserve, hermit cookie
|r, and Mrs. A. W. Anderson daughter, Peggy Ann, and Mrs. I and gingerbread
31 (children were visitors to Jack- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds and Wiggins' father Rev. L. G. Hem- So long as the weather continues hot Friday and Saturday September 22-23

lilla Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth F. Johns, spent ingway, have been enjoying a visit appetites will need coaxing Fresh ,

1 spent Sunday afternoon with Bladen- fruits and vegetables variety, are ___________________________________
with relatives in Wilson acceptable and for.unatt lytthe m&rkete ,
e My Crazy Crystal at Mitchell's friends in Lake City. boro and ElIzabethtown N. C. are plentifully supplied '" PURE CANESUGAR BEST WHITE SIDE
Daisy Creamery' ,
K Store, Exclusive Agent for Here are the menus from the QuakerMaid
n1 lord County. Mrs. Felton Varnado has returned Rev. George F. Scott was here Kitchen.

nr'k from a visit In Savannah Ga., last week visiting his brother and LOW COST DINNERVeal BACON 8c BUTTER

' and Mrs.! Fate Gas ett and and is a guest of her parents, Mr. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Chop. Creole .
and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Mr Scott routeto Candled Yama Green 5 Pounds 25c Plates Pound 7c
nd Mrs. Charles Imbach spent Scott. Rev. was en Bread and Butter Pound ..23cMATCHES
dd 'Y afternoon in Green Cove -- his home In Lakeland after Banana and Peanut Butter Salad 1+ r
ll gl with friends. Mrs. Joseph Thomas of Chatta- spending the summer In Clayton, Tea or Coffee Milk
oochee has been the guest of her Ga. LONG GRAIN WHITE RIBBON "

parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Denmark MEDIUM COST DINNER i ', : .

NT A WORD for several days. Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh has returned Fried Creamed Chicken Onions Currant Mashed Jelly Yams RICE .

to her home In Hampton Bread and Butter LARD25c 2 Packages ., 15c ,
Wilson Hayes, a student at the after being confined to the Marr Hot Gingerbread Lemon Sauce 5 Pounds. 19c 3 Ibs. '
4
COLUMN University of Florida, spent the I Hospital here for several weeks Coffee Milk Boxes. 15c u

week-end here with hIs parents Following a serious operation performed VERY SPECIAL DINNER

'hr [ SALE:--Three city lots, store Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. I I by l)r. Biggs and Dr. Roberts Stuffed CeleryOYlnbrollsd O.K. SOAP SNOWDRIFT FLOURor
Chicken
ar | Mr and Mrs. Paul Macey arrived Potatoes Creamed CauUlloworGIn..r
II
r part reasonable. Cor- i
very
,. pnth and Cherry Street. In- Sunday from Orlando and will ii i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, with Rolls and Pear Butter POWDER 6 Pounds 25c 24 Pounds __ .. 95c

|tion> at store. Mrs. M. Tborn922j2tpj9.29- spend several weeks here with Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and Mr. Orange Bavarian' 5 For lOc Pounds .49c r
| and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman.Mrs. i and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and little son Coffee Milk Pounds_ __. .. $1.85

ofek 'of Tampa, and Mrs. J. W. Kincald I

,a: laded-WEDBlack with "20."mare Please mule notl-; Ocala Friday Vonda E.evening Inman attending was in of Cattlesburg a several, Ky.,days'have been stay enJoying at- THEATRESTARKE Hardwater Best Irish Potatoes 5 Ibs 17c l ;1 t Il

RITZ
d Inn Whitehead, Lake Butler, the regular meeting of Poinsettia Jacksonville Beach. poilet e .

Itpf Grove No. 228, Woodmen Circle.

ie TEDTO rent or buy a used and Mrs. Thomas A. Turner Buy Crazy Crystals at !Ulkh"II's FLORIDA 5 Bars lOc Maxwell House
&"). Notify Ruby Lllley, Mr. Drug Stores Exclusive Agent for Coffee lb. 27c r
d, e, Fla Itp and sons, Tommy and Jerry, of Bradford County.Mr. PROGRAMIJEtilNNI.NO . 9 a
Bronson spent the week-end herewith

RENT Two unfurnished Mrs. J. O. Turner and family. and Mrs. George C. Livingston SEPTEMBER 28
[rtments, corner East Call and and two grandsons, George b.SILK.6c!} LaTouraine Coffee lb. 25c 4 SiLI

Church Sts. F. F. Flume.9.15j3tjp9.29. Mrs. H. A. Bankston of Savannah Riley and Reid McMasters, were Tall . e w

| | :> Ga., and Mrs. H. H. Darby of vIsIting friends here Monday and MATINEE Small 3 for lOcCHARMER ;, 1115 '

1 Macon, Ga., were guests Tuesday Tuesday, en route to their home In Sunday. MondayVednf'tlday, can
' FEDERAL LAND BANK Is ot Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. N. T Tampa, from a several weeks' stayIn Saturday 3:30 P. M. Breakfast Bacon Gold Coin Ib. 19c I P

offering some attractive Utch. the mountains of North Caro- .
. and terms on farms In lina.

'FlorIda. Write or see Au- L. A. Reynolds has returned to FRIDAYTl'RDAY I FF

Frink, Special Real Estate Richmond, Va., after a ten days' Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Is in Raleigh, E25cToilet Paper 6 rolls 2ScRITTER'S
'tlan, "The Wrecker"Jack . '
Starke Florida. 9-15-tf: visit here with Mrs. Reynolds at N. C., at the bedside of her grand- 2 Cans ,

r [ the home of her mother, Mrs. E. F. BOn, Billy Graham, a student at -
Halt and Genevieve Tobin
.,OVARY Strawberry Plants, Johns North Carolina State College, whoIs CORNED BEEF TUNA FISH '

_ per thousand, grown from seriously 111 at a hospital there
I'let Plants. Merritt A H. Clarke and family Can ISc %.Lb. Can 15c
: Henry Mrs. C. following an emergency operation SUNDAY 1fOSDAYTUESD.Y' P k'd ..__
*] Beans
; I01., Fla. 9-1:5j4tIP10-6: |) |[ |[ < have returned from points In New for appendicitis, performed last or
- SALE York State where they have been week. BEST QUALITY Pineapple. Sliced
-Missionary! strawber- the guests of relatives for several Can 't -- 5c Asparagus Tips
plants,by bed or by thousand. "Mama Loves'Papa"Charle } OC
TOMATOES Apple
| eap. weeks. Friends of Mrs. Juno Wall who auce. _
u
: Rhoden, Starke,
'- H. Jones and children, has been confined to a hospital In Rugf\r\ Mary Boland MACARONIPackage I .25ccan
9-15j2tp9-22| | Mrs. M. month endersonville[ N. C., for several 3 No. 2 Cans (.'
the past
- who have spent
- SALE-14 lonary Strawber- with Rev. and Mrs. W. F. weeks following a serious opera. .5c ARGO t
P here tloD will be to know that she WEDNESDAY THURSDAY GLOSS .d
glad
\C nts, by h <::1 j or by the thou- Jones, have returned to their homeIn Peas N 2 1 lOc
returned to her home here last o. can '
. plta are grown on Miami. "The Barbarian"Ramon STARCH
Mrs. Wall'snephew
V around an from fresh Dur- week, much Improved. CHEESE

\C 't0ck I II '. the plants and State's Attorneys and Mrs. A. S. Edward Brock, who has Novarro Myrna Lay Lemons, Doz. 20c 3 Boxes it
the with her and tOe
. to raid !some berries for Crews returned home Sunday from pent past year Fresh, Mild ( ;

.C. our at season.pecte' See'4reage.me or we write can a onvtile several Ashvllle weeks' and stay Black at Hender-Mountain accompanied, also\ returned hereto with North! her Carolina and Also SeWfed! Short! ,SubjreU ,Pound 18c Corn Flakes, 3 for ,25c OATS, Pkg. ,5c 'M? t

\. J. GRIFFttS 8-18tf N. C. has entered Bradford High SchOOL
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Baptist W, M. S. O. E. S. MeetsThe 1" Day Long Is Slogan For '

Dog Days.By By Dr. ERNEST H. LINESEminent
Starke Chapter, Order of
The business and
regular program
Authority. wed Chief M.JIc.l Dlrwtar
t Eastern Star, held their first meet LUCILLE FIELDSCouou.l .. ...
meeting of the Baptist Wom N r. L//< liuwaoc Com. :, ,I
r, National Beauty llt.tUUI.TUBBED .
of the fall season Monday evening -
ti an's Missionary Society will beheld ing
I Scrubbed!And Talc-edf
9 at the church Monday afternoon at the Masonic Hall with a
a' 1933 model-de-luxe: FIRST AID '
1 at 3:30: o'clock. A full attendance large assembly of members pres Everything that can go into the

I of members la desired, as ent. tub and come out again clean, fresh FORETHOUGHT may prevent accidents, and quick thought; and MI
some very important business Is to After the regular business meet- and crisp (in.cludingherselU t'aosa accident from turning into a fatality. Know the&lIIIoa!i

!j ( be transacted at this meeting. ing was held a social hour was en- )!ISS J I for first aid, and apply them when necessary, without losing your bead

I Joyed when the worthy patron and t Tbafa ;your thisyear' The cardinal principle of first aid la to render ouch beta In tlm" ,,r. __.,,
Price-Dodd matron Mr. and Mrs. E. W, sweetheart -- '-- """Uel1\\
worthy unparalleled aa the facilities at hand will permit.If .
Hayes, surprised the members by In the t you are going on a hunting, and
' Mr. and Mrs. William Norris are annals VM'f; pain shock. Apply
a a
serving delicious refreshments of r of beauty camping or extensive automobile trip, ointment ultabl,
w announcing the marriage of their or dressing and
d punch and wafers.At history for ravishing it Is a wise precaution to carry along protect tbe
r Injured parts. It the burn
Grace Dodd, to Ce- la
daughter, Mary the next meeting to bd! held vital, a first aid outfit, which' may be a doctor should be extell8lv,
cil G. Price of on Friday consulted.
Quincy the first Monday evening In Octo- f compellingcharm. eecured from any drug store. Learn
,a r at 11:00: a.m., September 15: at ber, all members are asked to attend .If bow to use the contents. When any fracture should be treated

4 the Riverside Park Methodist aa important business mattersare Big girls living one baa been injured get the victimto applying a splint made of any ri/nJ

/ Church In Jacksonville. to be transacted at that time. over again a doctor as soon as possible after material to prevent any fun/?,!:
!
The ceremony was pertormed by their pinafore applying first aid. Injury to the tissues by the rrBjIDeDti
the Rev Marvin Franklin in the Junior 4-II Council Luclil. Fl.ld. days I A clean of bone and to facilitate !
,r frock morning another laterIn Bleeding or hemorrhage 1.1 ono of transports
>S 4 of immediate relatives every ; tlon of the injured
presence Met Saturday At Yulee the commonest and most serious person The
,, the day. Our Miss America deluxe '
,, friends. The bride splints should extend
'and close was
i on both
Fifty-eight members of the JunIor ,must be just as clean and fresh accidents. When an artery has been tide
i attired In a navy blue ensemble 4-H Council of Bradford and and crisp! at five p. m. oa at ten in the severed, as a result of a serious cut, well beyond the point of injury
wed suit with accessories to match and last early morning. "Them' her orders" "" the blood is bright red and comes in Sunstroke and heat
Union Counties met
her flowers were a corsage of pink Saturday -and she takes them, believe the spurts. In that case, pressure should which are discussed proitratim.
morning in the Woman's Club at more fully|] In
and lilies of the scrubbed and tubbed and talcumed
rosebuds valley.
be applied to the heart side of the another article in this
Yulee for their fourth meting of: And DOES she like It? series, ream*
Mrs. Price Is a native of Virginia darling. point of bleeding, preferably with a rest and quiet in tho
h the DOES she Lovely Jean Harlow rigidly adheres to a definite sha and received her training as a year.
tourniquet, which may be improvisedfrom light, simple diet.
As this meeting was the regular What on this side of Jordan can
a
nurse in Providence Hospital in a handkerchief or piece of cloth.If .
'i time for election of officers, the make a woman feel the conquering Talcum a Cooling Agent, reason Electric shock ant carbon
r, Washington, and for the past fifteen thatshe's it is necessary to apply the tourni- (..14,
heroine role the its
report of the nominating commit- as knowledge At the Mavis laboratory the other days for poisoning, which cornea' ( ,
r, years has made her home In lust been scrubbed and tubbed body. The quet for any period of time, it should run tnhalini
Florida. For eight years Mrs.: Price tees was heard, and the followingwere and freshly talcumed (We like the day I was amazed to learn that talcum knowing all be loosened every 15 or 20 minutesto the exhaust from a motor requuj

has been connected with the State elected for the ensuing year: rhythm of that gay triangle-and so sales are near the top among count In Its prevent gangrene. Should it prove the application of artificial respiration

'' Board of Health as Public Health Lea Retta Jeffords, Brooker, presI- does this Miss America we're talk cosmetic products.! The baby consumption periment impracticable to apply a tourniquet, in much the same way as for a person
,
and of talc does
i Nurie. Mr. Price is a native of dent; Oveda Brannen, Lake Butler, ing about. That's why she proposesto male use ally does pressure may be applied by the who has apparently drowned. The
be the central figure in it.) She not explain the phenomenon, without makes It prone method of artificial
a held respiration
vice-president; Essie Sapp, New fingers/: or by means of a pad In
Gadsden and for the
County pastI far from child throwing in the huge consumption Is described In the
never gets so away gether, next article in
Green
I River, secretary; Ozena place by a bandage.
several has been a prominent credited to This Institution
years hood (her own or her children's women. son why this series.
( c business man of QUincy, and is also Brooker, treasurer. children's) not to recognize there is has done much to Introduce In every Wounds should bo cleansed and a
t a member of the Quincy American Reports of the various commit nothing quite so lovely on earth as the Idea of a can of talc for every cuse for its suitable antiseptic applied. This Is

r Legion, he having! been In active tees were heard, and plans were a freshly tubbed and scrubbed and bathroom but woman's own acceptance Here, particularly important when the This it'th.ninth of a leries of 12
service In France during the World made for a flower show to be heldIn talcumed baby. Nothing smells eo of the luxury of a "lovely skin recognized wouud may contain infected material. article. on Vacations and Health/
War. Starke at some date in Novem- sweet or Is so sweet. Nor to hnggafcle below the powder line" has done talcums.! Th tenth, on Artificial( Retpiro.
ids able, lovable. even more.A luxury, Incidentally, products. Dog bitet showld be cleansed and
will
ber, to be announced later. Chry- lion answer the yutatiom,
4, After a honeymoon trip to the The Big Girls have taken their cue that can be effected even !In depression ways in cauterized. If possible, the animal /
Century of Progress Exposition In santhemums, the county? flower, and are going for talcum in riotous times. known should be put under observation to I. Does the heart continue to

Chicago and a visit to Niagara will bit featured, and it is expectedthat way. The deodorant virtue of talcum is turer. see if it is rabid, and if it shows beat after breathing stops?

}5 Falls, they will be at home to their' the show will be a success in evidence of this disease, antl-rablo :a. Does water get into the lunge
'* spite of unfavorable weather con- treatment should be instituted of a drowned person? 3. How
friends at Quincy. CLE IONS HOME: BURNS by a
Finacial Statistics Show Tax
S t The many Starke friends of Mr. altlona for the plants. physician. should the prone method of artificial !
If'S Committees were appointed to $12.77 Percapila ExpenseFor A large, two-story, frame house respiration be practiced!?
F, i and Mrs. Price will be pleased to Burnt require first aid attention
make plans and arrangements for near Heilbronn Springs, belongingto j
; offer congratulations. State GovernmentContinued
; to prevent infection and to relieve ,
ICopyruut. N. Y.L.I.
exhibits for the annual Achieve Ce.1)
14, Laurlce C; Clemons, burned to ( )
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:/; :Parent-Teacher Association ment Day to be held in October. ( from Page ;1)) the ground Wednsday afternoon of but listed at COLORED NEWS
Miss Isabelle Thursby food
eco-
Holds First This was Incurred in the Interestof uary 1. .
Meeting last week. Mr. Clemona was
nomist of Tallahassee attendedthe awayat LAWTEY
,
the Everglades drainage project.As the time, but other members of par value The following excerpts from a
h. The P.-T. A. met Wednesday aft- meeting and gave an Instruc- an offset to this indebtednessthere the family were at home, and they, 25.00: O. J. Phillips, Cor. book, "Our Darktown Press, biMrs. ;
tive demonstration in the of
uses :
In the school and
auditorium
eroon listed at $ :
are sinking fund assets .
Octovus Cohen.
assisted by some road workers, Roy They an
and fruit. She insisted
the Mrs. L. F. Smith vegetables
president, handled In
amounting to $20,000. news items as printed in color!
r'r were able to save all household fur-
p opened the meeting with the song, that the girls use more of these ner A ten Kowell Prevatt Die
Assessed Valuations Tax Levies of the nation
nishings. newspapers
products i nthelr every-day diet. Rowell Prevatt, a ptoner residentof
t ; "America, the Beautiful, sung by gage might
The assessed valuationof .
; the audience. The song was followed Miss Lea Retta Jeffords presided prop- than $: this place, died at his home here The killing of Louis Carrow Ir
In Florida! to ad valor- ATTOUNE'1'SI'I"OIS'TED
S. by a prayer after which over the meeting in the absence of erty subject ent time. Thursday after a long Illness. the basement of the church ta.-
ytl em taxation was $520,433,958: the The firm of Fatten & Landrum,
;
Tommy Hitch gave a piano solo the president, Miss Annie Laura cannot Born March 21, 1851, at Orlando caused much criticism.:
amount of state taxes levied was attorneys, last week recived noticeof
"It has been
) entitled "Pomgranite"i Tucker. full value and at an early age moved with always our prnc
? $2,681,837; and the per capita levy, their appolofrnent! local rep- tlce to leave tho some rnoi-
i Mrs. A. M. Darby read a paper Before the business session was should be fits parents to this section. family
In 1931 the resentatives of the Macon branchof I "
$1.77 capita levy .
opened, a of music and per him five children ey out of their Insurance.Broughton's -
on the subject, "What Are We Go- program you believe Surviving are ,
was $5.41: and In 1917, 317. the Regional Agricultural Corporation
Ing to'Do About Our Schoolsr"Resolutions reading were given by Mary Wil- be willing all of this place.Interment Funeral Home.
of N. C. This
Raleigh,
l ? 4? ) from the National liams, Eloise Townsend and Mary hold a A..rl.o'I' was in the family plotat Mrs. Henry Carples la Improving
corporation makes loans to farm-
i :: P.-T. A. convention held in Seattle, Brannen. MEETING AS ADVERTISED under the cannot now Dyal cemetery with Rev. Sellers after an attack of illness. She hlL'
4 ers Reconstruction FInance -
A meeting of the City Councilfor
''p Wash., were read by the following Starke, Hampton, Theressa, the maker officiating.Mrs. been sick.Friends.
Brooker Vanderbilt Heilbronn the purpose of hearing taxpayers' Corporation. of Sister Chandler regre;
persons:; Health, Mrs. E. M. Davis will pay th
r and Lake complaints will be held Tues Arwood EntertainsMrs. the absence of her presence,,
; Alcohol, Miss Olive Ray; Parent Worthington Springs, WARNING should be
,,1 Education, Miss Middleton; Butler delgates answered to the day night, October 3, at 8:00: Under H. B. Arwood entertainedthe The burglar was from out of

4' Home Life, Mrs. H. C. Rltch. roll call. o'clock aa advertised in a legal notice Anyone found tampering withpatrons' return, all ladies of the Baptist W. M. U. town. We find that our home boys

Miss Jacobs' grade received the The December meeting will be in this week's paper. It was boxes In post office lobby Smith.A at her home Tuesday afternoon. are good citizens who only do harm
announced last week that the time will be dealt\ with according to law. '
i prize for having the largest number held at Worthington Springs.A fee of $ Devotional exercises was con- to each other.
j of patrons present. of the meting had been changed, Please caution children. ducted by the leader, Mrs. T. J. Mr. Ed Burnard Is suffering
signed :
fn Plans were made for giving a MEMORIAM but this action has been remanded. "POSTMASTER. was by Terry and after business discus- from a wound In the head from being -

' school lunch to undernourished In loving memory of James dates. sion the hostess served a delicious hit with a hatchet which re-

children. Frederick Carnell who passed salad course. sulted In a quarel between him and
away September 22, 1931! unpledged
The president appointed the following Those attending this pleasant affair his wife. 0
Sweet little flower of heavenly FAVORITEREGlfES In the left chest
Six wounds
chairmen of committees: r wet and dry were Mrs. M. B. Plummer,

1 q Membership Mrs.. D. A. Mcntelth; birth on the Mrs. J. L. Harrell Mrs. V. R. Red- proved painful to Cabel Johnson
Publicity, Miss Olive Hay; Health, He was too fair to bloom on earth. a ;, as to which dish, Mrs. C. R. Whitehead Mrs.J. Mrs. Williams, wife of Rev WO-

Mrs.' J. M. Alvarez; Hospitality, So angels came with loving hands ? Early M. Reddish, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Hams, is spending an Indefinite

/ Mrs. O. 1. Haynes; Nutrition, And bade him bloom In a better dry Mrs. S. Prevatt, Mrs. D. L. Black- time with him.

i Mrs E. W Hayes; Grounds, Mrs. land. of the burn, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. J. P. Mr. Thompson, proprietor of the

A. J. Thomas; Program, Mrs. A. M. He was Just a little rosebud, OFBRADFORD ". will be given Wyrick, Mrs. Highsmith, Miss Bessie Thompson Pressing Club, has the
f] Darby, A sweet little flower from earth, ( Dates have Terry. honor of being the father of 1 b*

o Officers for the coming school God took him home to heaven COUNTY' to be held wife's baby girl.

year are: President, Mrs. I.. F. Before he was soiled on earth. throughout 1. H. Hill 'Jr'"Was a business John Howard, 103 years old, died

Smith; vice-president, Mrs. T. J. The flowers we place upon his ''HOUSEWIVES general visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Monday of what was thought to!*

i, Alderman; secretary, Miss Isabel grave New Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe are old J age.

t S" Fernandea; treasurer, Mrs. II C. May wither and decay, 1I forces this : receiving congratulations on the Wilson! was carried to the hospital

i, ? ; Ritch. But the love for our darling who Conner, arrival of a son. where his condition was pronounced -
1' 4 sleeps beneath, M. B. Plummer He W1I
.i I FAVORITE SANDWICH RECIPES I Smith, Mrs. was transacting undertermlned.
Amber was highly valued !in Will never fade away. _. tle business in Starke Tuesday.J. held for further observation and
s bl early times. Parenta and Grandparents. Cheese And Olive Sandwiches Layer" Sandwich Mrs. C Prevatt was a business visitor later it was found that he WI
Work a cream cheese until I One loaf each of day old, white Thomas W. : to the state capital Tuesday. dead.

4 a N ------------ -- smooth and creamy; add half the 'bread and graham bread. Slice. Miss Nancy Blackburn of Orange This pastor Is ranked among;the

I I quantity of olives finely choppedand Make a spread of peanut butter INSl> Park Is visiting friends here this tallest trees in the ministerial for

moisten with mayonnaise dress- and mayonnaise with a teaspoonfulof I Miss week. est and one of the deepest places t

STOP AT Ing. This mixture may be slightly lemon Juice, and spread on the hassee, David W. Moore was a business the Baptist River.-StuartNews.

I moistened with cream and season- slices of graham bread. Spread the I visitor to Plant City Monday.M. -

ed with salt and cayenne. Spread slices of white,bread with grape :Tuesday F. Brown of Tampa was a MARRIAGE LICENSESThe !

Between crackers. jelly. Take five' slices of the bread .:dan, home visitor here Monday and Tuesday following marriage licenses

VIOLAS I Miss Anita Courtmanch, already spread,.. three white and petted Mrs. E. D. Boyer of Ocala is were issued during the past week

Starke, Florida.' two brown, and t ,stack in layers,, ford County spending the week with her daughter. by County Judge E. K. FerrymM-

Peanut SandwichesSkin with a white slice bottom, a brown of the best Mrs. W. F. Moore. Jacque Brooks and Doris wd'
slice next and so on until the five Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten
and sent to were
roasted and
FOR freshly peanuts are used. Then set aside and stack visitors to Jacksonville Wednes- ters.Carl Nettles and Flora Bell
1 reduce them to a powder in a meat pete in a
/ the rest of the bread in the same Johns.
1 Add and day.James
salt mix the
chopper. way (in layers of five slices) and BUSV : T. Moore of Plant City William Packham and Be .M
crushed nuts with fresh
cream
let stand for at. least thirty min- A visit to was a visitor here Monday C Clarke.
cheese. the mixture be-
SCHLITZ Spread utes. Then slice each layer (five Starke -
slices of unbuttered
bread.tween graham slices) with a real sharp knife and ;

0- cut in squares. Makes a dozen he Is
+ Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch
,

:.j The Beer That Made ,,i,, Tuna Fish Starke Sandwiches, Florida. tasty sandwiches. Contributed. district cation.visitors r I Clover Farm Store

Pimento Cheese Sandwiches
Remove tuna fish from can and and Lex M J
Milwaukee Famous
I II
the in small
__ flake Add two hard boiled eggs Chop pimentos usual -
chopped fine, one small onion, pieces and add the cheese grated ed to

I. I aweet pickles and celery, all diced, fine, and work until smooth, then tating A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS

5c and We Steins and mix with enough mayonnaiseto add a pinch of salt and enough always had

make a good spread. Add salt mayonnaise to make a good spread. gressman h For and Saturday

and pepper to taste, and spread be- Spread between saltines or slicesof Is an Friday
I white bread. ,
tween slices of bread. their
4 !'' ON DRAUGHT OR IN BOTTLES Mrs. A, W. Anderson Mrs, I* J.- Green, Jobs.-Baker

,t Starke, Florida. < ,. Starke, Florida. SALT, 2 Packages __________ .- 5c I
: I I MATCHES ?c
$ 5 AlsoDelicious Barbecue SandwichesSlice Nut And Retain Sandwich Package_ .__ _'- -
In half a sandwich bun or Take of raisins and
I equal parts Best Grade WHITE BACON Ib.. .. 25c
use two slices of sandwich bread pecans and run through a chopper ,

.and toast to a light brown. Spreadon and mix well with mayonnaise and CORN BEEF, 2 Cans .. __ ._ ___ '
Sandwiches one piece of the toasted breada add a teaspoonful of lemon Juice. No. 25c
2'/2 PEACHES 2 Cans_ __ .
generous amount of chopped lettuce Spread on slices of graham bread Good -

I over which place a cover of and cut in half. A delicious sweet LA TOURIANE COFFEE, Can .2 c

I thinly sliced tomatoes. Then add sandwich. 49c
Flour Guaranteed 12 lbs
241bs 95c
ICE
the barbecue meat cut in small Contributed. ;
1 1Y I
pieces, over which place a cover of Ask For O. K.-Octagon Soap or Powder, 10 for 25c

Special Attention Paid to Case Orders' I Iy mayonnaise with two thin slices of Next week the Telegraph will GELATIN 2 &
II
Sinclair Packages .
dill pickle then
t t, I It lice of bread. Serve Contributed.at once. It jes.in. If you have ft special one send I w..... T.. .' IRISH! POTATOES, 10 Ibs. -_ .29c ,

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Mrs Senator L. Kramer of Jacksonville Friends of Mrs Nat Sternbergwill DAY AT CAMP FOSTER KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH

was a guest several days regret to learn of the death of A party composed or .r. T Long. Services are being held every

last. week of Mr. and Mrs. William her mother. Mrs. B. Rosenburg, at A. E. Wall Jr., Harry Tyson W. 1<. Lord's Day nt Kingsley Lake Baptist -, NAT SEZ:

Bits of Norris at their home on South Wal- her home In New York City several Griffin Charles L. Klckllter, K. M. Church, both morning and eve-
nut Street days Mrs. Steroberg, who ..
ago. Struth and Victor Thomas, of the --
was called to her mother's bed- local Headquarters Company, Second ning. Prayer meeting will be held Well folks, all this talk about &

:Mrs. Elizabeth Cone has gone to side two weeks ago, will return Battalion, 124th Infantry, at W. D. Fender's home, Saturday new city ball sure sounds good tome i

IDeal .Ie'V Gainesville for a visit with her son, home about Oct. 1. 'U spent Sunday' at Camp Foster, night at 8:00: o'clock. William and you, doesn't It? If we getit

Allie Cone,,after a several weeks' Jacksonville, doing target: practice. Bailey, pastor. It won't comea
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miss Mary Canova, with Miss --- -- bit too soon, ii

Concerning Our People Basinets and Sparkman. Louise Bryant of Ocala! ,, and Miss either. One or t ,
And the Worst is Yet Come- t
Progress of the County and Town. Aggie Bush Johnson of Haw- t two more good !, ? ,
Mrs James Cellon has returnedto thorne, returned the first of the .141-- winds like we II eta

her home in Gainesville after a week from Tallahassee where they had a little "'

visit here with her daughters, :Mrs. spent the week-end 'rushing" for 11 while ago and o" .

F. C. Hollingsworth and Mrs W. Sigma Kappa sorority at the Flor- the city clerk
was a-visl- Miss Iris Brown of Butler
of Lawtey Lake
.j Terry ida State for Women.
r M. Edwards.Mr. College I would have to
here Tuesday has been the guest of friends here ., ..pend the next
for several
days.
of Brooker and Mrs Wilbur Archer and Mrs. Josephine Edwards and 1 year or so pickIng -
L B. Surrency was a two children, and of Mrs. J. W. Edwards were In splinters out f ;
Bobby ,
here Monday Mr: and Mrs. C. A. Driggers of Betsy of the town :''
tor Lake Tampa are enjoying a two weeks' Gainesville Monday visiting Mr. rec ,w t
Butler were visitors to stay at the Robinson cottage at and Mrs. Saint Julien Walker and ords. I honestly 'If'

V G Seals of Jacksonville was Starke Saturday. Kingsley Lake. their one-month-old son, James Q/\ believe that more people would pay t I r

itltor Here Monday. Gilliard Walker. Mrs. Walker will their light bills promptly if they '

R. W. Card. left Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ward, be remembered here as Miss Louise / weren't afraid to go in the city hall

!Ir. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent Cleveland, Ohio, where he will who have been spending several Simpson who Is a granddaughterof I I (, 1 t for fear it will fall In on 'em.

ineailay In Jacksonville. spend the winter. months at Plant City, are guestsof Mrs. Josephine Edwards. --

-- -- Mrs. Ward's parents, Mr. and I I I I IIV1L And wo're trying to get a C.C.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
of Graham was a Markey I
f. McEver of Brooker Mrs. John Uglow. Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. A. F. I Camp In thin county, too. And we
here Wednesday. were visitors to Starke
,ness visitor Tuesday afternoon. F. Sauls spent Thursday l shopping need you foil*.* to iMlp UH. We ,
Mr and Mrs. A. C. Durdcn, who I in Jacksonville.Mrs. .. "
r..J H. Carradine of Lawteya have been guests of their son-in- I hate to have Blot of petition

business visitor here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Nasworthyand law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. from Influential people saying that
Mrs. G. H, Meadle were visitors L. Beasley, returned Saturday to J. E. Ballard, Miss Marjorie they are In fuvor of countywide.tin ,

A Howe of Lawtey was atJng to Jacksonville Sunday.J. their home in Tampa. Ballard and Miss Marie Down- : ) protection sad that'll where i j

to business here Saturday Ing of Jacksonville, were guests you come In. ot course the C.C.C. {
W. Townsend and T. M. Rihen during the weekend of Mr and 110)'" don't upend 1UlC'h'QU_ 6
-
Buy Crazy CrytttuN! at Alltt-hrll's I II
B Plnholster of Brooker was of Lake Butler were business visitors Drug", Store, Exclusive Agent fo Mrs. Crunford Downing. Mr. and i they don't malts much-but every e

ng the visitors here Saturday.'r. here Monday afternoon. Bradford County. Mrs. Downing and little son, accompanied I I little bit count, and thecae clays It I
by Mrs Ballard, Miss I I Qncourufp( u" merchants jtmt toItf'e r

and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Tyman Marshall Mr. and--:Mrs. Callis- Manning and Ballard and Miss Downing, spent ;; i ir i u crowd on tile streets even

"visitors to Gainesville Satur- and Mrs. Freeman Register were little daughter, Marjorie Claire, Sunday in Trenton with Mr. Down- though.\ they aren't buying any f'h1 f
Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
visitors to Gainesville Friday. big's parents, thing.
and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hart spent
Downing. fe
Sunday afternoon In Gainesville
!::3g Estelle Davis of Sampaon Mrs. J. L. Frazee has returned with Mr. and Mrs. C. W Beasley. And talking' about crowds, reminds -

visiting friends here Wednesster to Garrlson-on-Hudson, N. Y., I NOTICE me, that so often I see some
where she Is under the care of speclalists. Gerald Mlddl ton, who has been There will be a meeting of the == e -- kid walking down the street with

secretary to Congressman R. A. woman's division of the United his little tender feet crowded into ;I t{i ,
I Ia
Price Robinson of Apopkat Green for some time, has gone to Forces of Prohibition in the Meth- shoe too small for him. If you :!
week-end in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds and odist Church Tuesday, September I
Columbia, S. C., where he has a po- bring your children to this store j
nda. Homer E. Johns visited Falatka, 26, at 4:00: p.m. Every woman Interested 'i
sition with the Federal Land Bank 1 for shoes, you can be assured that ?
St. Augustine and Jacksonville Is urged to _attend. You every precaution will be taken to

r. and Mrs. Charles F. Ward, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned need the information we can give, J I311M94! ea.- tj: see that they are propertly fitted '
it t Tuesday In Jacksonville with and we need your co-operation. and '
Saturday from Chicago where that applies to you big girls: ,
,(dB.ck. M. F. Wiggins and O. W. An- I MRS. A. WOOD, Chairman. and i
they attended the Century of Progress boys too. t Sri
!
..
drews of the New River section r
Exposition. While away they "f-: 1, I
}
were to business here
Bell of Gainesville spent attending also visited relatives in Atlanta, NOTICE "'e June a complete' line of lu- 9 t

lay afternoon here with Tuesday. Ga. Notice is hereby given that the \. \ dies, children und m n'n shoes and
'da. undersigned has applyed to the ...t.t.f .. 4
prior have not reached the top j
:) p.f ,
Mrs. C.'B. Roberts Mrs.
Chesley State Milk Control Board at Tallahassee -
Mrs. E Smith, en route frfom f yet so why not buy. now. i '
rs W. E. Bryant is spending Fogg and H. D. Wasdln of Graham New York to St. Petersburg to Florida, for a code and to Fr rETEKS' WORK SHOES for MEN

ral days In White Springs with were visitors here Wednesday spend the winter months, has beena set a price of milk within an area "1oo o"oft. '..96 ,
18. morning. of eight miles of Starke, Bradford i
guest of Mrs. R. M. Sparkman at ,1j. LADIES' DRESS SHOES
her home on Call Street for several County, Florida. This 18th day of ." $2.46 .
i. J. E. Maines of Lake Butler Mrs. C. W. Beasley of Gaines- days.C. September, 1933.BRADFORD. FOR FURTHER |its. F'i aq
here Wednesday visiting ville was in Starke Friday visiting COUNTY \ FORMATION WRIT ,New Swagger Suite for Ladies Just
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. SQ TM. Arrlvrd and 1'rlced at ,
Jac DAIRY ASSOCIATION, C.MIIHTHllVIC.
A. Knight, A. J. Thomas, C. H. I'I'i
Manning. MAN,CAM OF $3.03
Nasworthy and E. K. Perrymanwere Starke, Florida. j
0. Daniel of Sarasota spent In St. Augustine last Thurs- PORTLAND New Felts. '1.40& to $2.05 ,
.
.ay here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miss Ruby Kilpatrick of Troy, day afternoon attending the St. "\ IT PAYS TO BUY AT THIS ,
rds.I. Ala., is the guest of her brother- Augustine Gainesville baseball SUNDAY DINNER ,, CEMENT STORE i i'
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L.

I. Hal Y. Maines of Lake But- D. Vining. game. SUGGESTIONSBy ASSOCIATION NAT r
A Hurt STERNBERGStarke
Building
as a professional visitor here Miss Hazel Middleton has resumed -
ANN PACK
Mr. and Mrs. William Norris left
day. ATLANTA OA.
,
her duties as teacher of the .
last Friday for Chicago where they school t Florida
seventh grade in Bradford High RETURNING days Civil this ;
ph Cox of the State Farm will visit A Century of Progress feeding a family add. _. -
School, after being confined to her ed
Importance. Children's
friends here Friday Exposition. meals must
visiting home for several days with an attack be carefully planned In order to make
moon. of appendicitis.C. up for the decreased amount of (un.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns of tight and fresh air. That mean giving
of Osteen spent the week-end here them not only enough food for :
rs H. C. Wimberly Highwas energY'and ( :
C. of Cedar lathe
a visitor here Wednesdaynoon. with the formers parents, Mr. and Hersey Keys growth but food which are rich ,w I t
new manager of the Western In health protecting element. Of those
Mra. Jeff Johns. Tip Top GrocerySTARKE
i Union Telegraph Company office food butter and milk are most Important
here, succeeding Mrs. Edythe In addition egg yolk liver
jf. and Mrs. Leon A. Gray, Miss Mildred Seals of Jacksonville leafy green vegetable: yellow and red
Montgomery Williams, who recently -
visitors to Gainesville Sun-: has accepted a position as sec- vegetable, all fruit, whole grain
resigned her position here. cereal and bread
to are especially Important -
afternoon. I retary Congressman R. A. GreenIn In
addition children
I his office here. have the food they like such may. FLORIDA M
Mrs. Orle A. Wiggins and little as pea DOeuttMar
. and Mrs. A. W. vAnderson nut butter preserve, hermit cookie .
hildren visitors to Jack- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds and daughter, Peggy Ann, and Mrs. and gingerbread.
were Wiggins' father Rev. L. G. HemIngway So long a* the weather continue hot Friday arid Saturday
Mrs.
Elizabeth F.
lie Sunday.y Johns, spent September 22-23 l
have been enjoying a visit appetite will need coaxing. Fresh ,
spent Sunday afternoon with fruit.
and
with relatives In Wilson, Bladen- VegetabeaJ! la variety, are' ;
Crazy Crystal) at Mitchell's friends In Lake City. acceptable and fortunately, *the lI1arj j ,
boro and Elizabethtown, N. C. ket "*
are plentifully supplied.
Store, Exclusive Agent for Here are the from PURE CANESUGAR BEST WHITE SIDE
ford County. Mrs. Felton Varnado has returned Rev. George F. Scott was here Maid Kitchen.menu the Quaker Daisy Creamery j
from a visit In Savannah, Ga.,
last week visiting his brother and LOW COST DINNERVeal '
and Mrs. Pate Gassett and and Is a guest of her parents, Mr. BACONIb.Sc BUTTER '
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Chop. Creole
nd Mrs. Charles Imbach spentay and Mrs. W. P. Smith.
Scott. Rev. Mr Scott was en routeto Candled Yam Green
afternoon In Green Cove his home in Lakeland after Bread and Butter 5 Pounds ___25c Plates, Pound _ _7c Pound .. __ _..23cMATCHES
Mrs.
gs with friends. Joseph Thomas of Chatta- Banana'and Peanut Butter Salad
hoochee has been the guest of her spending the summer in Clayton, Tea or Coffee Milk I

parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Den- Ga. MEDIUM COST DINNER LONG GRAIN WHITE RIBBON

NT A mark, for several days. :Fried Chicken Mashed Tarn
WORD] Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh has returned Creamed Onion Currant Jelly RICE
to her home In
Hampton Bread and Butter
Wilson Hayes, a student at the LARD25c Packages 15c
after being confined to the Marr Hot Gingerbread Lemon Sauce __
COLUMN University of Florida, spent the 5
Coffee Milk Pounds1ge 3 Ibs.
here for
Hospital several weeks 4
Boxes. __ 15c
week-end here with his parents, 4'',
allowing a serious operation performed VERY: SPECIAL DINNER ,.
.
SALE- -Three city lots, store Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes.
by Dr.;> Biggs and Dr. Roberts Stuffed
Celery
1 seven-room house. Will sell r
Oven-broiled Chicken O.K. SOAP SNOWDRIFT FLOUR'
part very reasonable. Cor- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macey arrived Potatoes Creamed Cauliflower ;

enth and Cherry Street. In- Sunday from Orlando and will Ginger Pear
'lion at store. Mrs. M. Thorn.9.22j2tp19.29- pend several weeks here with Mr.' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, with Roll and Butter or POWDER Pounds .25c 24 Pounds 9Sc
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and Mr. Orange Bavarian -___
| | and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman.Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and little son Coffee) Milk 5 For -__ lOc 12 Pounds .49c 48 Pounds____$1.85

YED.Black mare mule; Vonda E. Inman was io of Tampa, and Mrs. J. W. KIncaid r-
oiled with "20." Please noti- of Cat ties burg, Ky., have been enJoying -

>m Whitehead, Lake Butler, Ocala the regular Friday meeting evening of Poinsettia attending Jacksonville a several Beach.days' stay at RITZ THEATRE Hardwater Toilet Best Irish Potatoes 5'Ibs 17c 4i

ltp Grove No. 228, Woodmen Circle. SOAP . '

'TEDTo rent or buy a used Buy Crazy Crystal at Mitchell's STARKC, FLORIDA
ao. Notify Ruby Lllley. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Turner I Drug Store, Exchulve 5 Bars lOc ': _
Agent for _
e. Fla. Itp and Bronson sons spent, Tommy the week-end and Jerry here, of' Bradford County.Mr. PROGRAMBEGINNING Maxwell House Coffee Ib e e e 27c ,

RENT with Mrs. J. O. Turner
TWO unfurnished and family. '
4
and Mrs. George C. Livington '
lrtments, corner East Call and SEPTEMBER\ 23 MILK
Church Sts. F. F. Flume. Mrs. H. A. Bankston of Savannah and two grandsons, George LaTouraine Coffee.f Ib 25c f
Riley and Reid McMaaters
911S13tp929FEDERAL | | [ Ga., and Mrs. H. H. Darby of visiting( friends here Monday, were and MATINEE Tall Can 6c . .
Macon, Ga., were guests Tuesday
LAND BANK Is Tuesday, en route to their home In Sunday, Small can 3 for lOc
Monday,
ot Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. N. T, Wednesday,
' offering some attractiveand Ritch.L. Tampa, from a several weeks' stay Saturday SSO P. M. Breakfast Bacon G IdC. '

. Florida.terms on farms In Ina.In the mountains of North Caro- CHARMER 0 Ib. 19c

Write or see Au- A. Reynolds has returned to
lrlnk Special Real Estate Richmond, Va., after a ten days' FRIDAY \ATUBDAY COFFEE
:nan, Starke Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Is In "#
Raleigh, Toilet
Florida. 9-15-tf
visit here with Mrs. Reynolds at Paper 6 rolls
"The
N. C., at the bedside of her Wrecker"Jack 25c
IONARY the home of her mother, Mrs. E. F.bhns. grandson 2 Cans .25c . .
Strawberry Plants Billy Graham student! at
r> per thousand, grown from North Carolina State College, whoIs Holt and Genevieve Tobin CORNED

o.k!i<"*t plants. Merritt It: Henry Mrs. C. H. Clarke and family seriously Hi at a hospital there RITTER'S. BEEF TUNA FISH

Fla. 9-134tp10-6| | | have returned from points In New ,for following appendicitis an emergency, performed operation last SUNDAY MONDAY Pork and Beans Can 15eLb.. Can -- ,15c

'ALE-Mlaalonary strawber- York State where they have been week. TUESD.\y' dk
lanta the of relatives for several BEST QUALITY i;
by bed guests : Pineapple Sliced ,
or by thousand.

:s.Cheap. JIoL Rhoden Starke weeks. Friends of Mrs. Juno Wall, who "Mama Loves'Papa" ;nA t ,.5cMACARONI TOMATOES Apple Asparagus SauceJL.Tips 1 Oc

9-152tpl9-22| !! Mrs. M. H. Jones and children, has been confined to a hospital In Charles RugglesMary Boland Spinach canZnYOUR
who have spent the past month Hendersonville, N. C., for several I
ALJ-: 3 No.
'. 2 Cans.
)/ 25c CUOICE
=:
!llonary Strawber' weeks following a serious 1
;Plants .. here with Rev. and Mrs. W. F. operation -
These. by i '-I or by the thou- Jones, have returned to their homeIn will be glad to know that she WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Package .5c ARGO ;
pu are grown on Miami. returned to her home here last GLOSS
1tock.gtoun4 an' from fresh nur- week much Improved. Mrs. Wall's "The Barbarian" PeasNo.2canlOc 1 ;

I b 1ft the plants and State's' Attorneys and Mrs. A. S. nephew, Edward' Brock who has CHEESE STARCH ;

teed to rats some berries for Crews returned home Sunday from spent the past year with her and Ramon Novarro Myrna Loy lemons Doz. ;,

leaaon. See me or write a several weeks' stay at Hender- accompanied hereto North Caroline Fresh, Mild 20c 3 Boxes. *. lOc

A expactr, 'ereage, we can818tf onvllle, Ashville and Black Mountain also returned with her, and Also Selected Short ,Sobjncte Pound 18c Corn
J. Flakes
3 for
CRIFP.IS. N. C. has entered Bradford Ugb[ School 2Sc OATS, Pkg. .. _5c



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& r p' More Simple Way To Ccnsidering ButterProduction Florida 4-H Club Boys value.Prices are no indication of food CLKIIKN ei'At'NL' I.EhyYpFpY': : : eR9 \

Make SuperphosphateIs ControlControl Urged To Carry Their When prices are at their peak The Board of'c",1'. .
ere of Bradford (- ,.,, I .
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for fresh '
products, use some can-
Promised Tests Finish ular meeting M I i., .. "' To The
By Projects "
:
FARMERS SECTION and limitation of the ned and dried products.In day September i ,n'1
I the
followlntf -liiiU, ''
'l>"ii
production of butter and of oleo- : "':: buying products that are in to servo. at the !g;I/,?, ;',,"P ,,
Fertilizer experiments which margarine and other butterfat sub- GAINESVILLE Florida 4-H I crates or hampers, be sure to read be held. at the \ ,' I '. >

r t4 Conducted by Demonstration Agents promise cheaper phosphates for stitutes, are contemplated in Club boys were urged to finish the I the label on the box. The goods October within' Bradford 10th, ma.o,.,a,, ', ,"''n 'T.I."."I:,'i

the farmer were described recently amendments to the national butter jobs they have undertaken in their will be indicated on the label with No. 5, Section 9, Act :I'1', ,. It axeHarold
before the American Chemical Society under club projects In a recent addressby other necessary Information. ...In... ))1,
now
marketing agreement Pearce. ., rltrt'.entr.
meeting In Chicago. The experiments consideration by the Agricultural the state club leader R. W. Choose for yourself fresh fruits burn, J. 8. AU.Un, ,u, I ?" info
-. --' --- -- were made by D. S. Rey- Adjustment Administration.Under Blacklock. Contest time will soon and vegetables.Be llp, Inpeetor.., J I

nolds, K. D. Jacob, and L. F. Rader, be here and the year's work mustbe Preclnee ))1,... 2. tinrth '
Egg Contest Average the amendments familiar with and main F. A. tlcott. Clerk atnrke
proposed prices
Jr., of the Bureau of Chemistryand J .
RURAL brought to a close. L. Conner, ;rnutore. ,
and A ,'v'
lt
1 .d Over 200 At Close Soils, United States Department to the agreement, representativesof points in selecting. M lmi; \,
I. Each boy and girl goes into club
the butter interests would work
COMMON SENSEBy of Agriculture. Know the purpose for which you Preneeo/ :t. poach
work of his or her own volition, stark
with of the manu- L. D. Vlnln&.
Of Eleventh Month The describe the effortsof representatives are going to use the product before Clerk W "'Hob
report dort, K 1.
SPUDS :JOHNSON facturers of competing oils and and in so doing assumes the responsibility Griffle, rod A W.
amin A. der.on,
the chemists to lnepectoraPreclnct
department
pre-
of finishing in a defi-
I CHIPLEY-With almost another pare available phosphate fertilizer fats in planning a general production nite and by a certain time the In general, buy or sell by weight.Thin / 90. 4. /reham
butter way F. F.
of both
and Abernathy .
f, ? 4 LESS WORK IN PRODUCING month to go, the 520 birds in the by treating raw phosphate rock Importation projects undertaken Mr. Blacklock green leaves are rich in vit- r.ney. W, T. 1IIeE""I, L'1..Jt, i'If ,'
s CROPS GIVES MORE TIME and competing fats and oils. min A.The Smith npeclon, 'tad i.
S, seventh Florida National Egg Lay- with water vapor and silica at high explained. Parents were urged to ..
TO COMMUNITIES HOMES Ing Contest here had layed an av- temperatures. Although this work Further amendments propose a endeavor to keep the boys from be- deeper the yellow color, the W H Preeln.t Grlftln.:%Clerk. .3. lI"ml'/o"U

i erage of 201 eggs per bird September was on a laboratory scale the re- butter marketing committee, distinct coming discouraged, losing Interestand more vitamin A. B. Johns. and J, L. Wlllhtml W, Ira Rh,.

., It seems that the American 1. This Is twenty eggs ahead sults indicate the possibility of from the governing council of being quitters. "If the boy Green leaves and yellow vegeta- tore.John p..ln... ... tI. ;:
'9 farmer Is going to sow less and of last year's average and six eggs adapting It to commercial use. the national butter board to be cre- completes his first Job he will be bles are also rich in iron. Hall, CI..rk. U em.Hin.
F in the that his Income ated under the agreement as sub- Acid fruits do not make : Jacob Canle".en, and M
reap less hope better than the eleven-month record The method-described by chemists likely to finish the next and so on help the Inep"elon. n 9x1,
will be higher as a result In any of the previous six con- *aa the calcination process-is mitted. Such committee would until he has obtained the habit and system acid but rather counteractthe I Precinct Vo. T. ))1,..,. Rl.n
the fact that at least ones work in conjunction with the butter : acid condition. EI, 1.. CrewH. ,
radical
Despite a departure from that now II
tests, reports E. F. Stanton, supervisor gained the ability to carry on until n. R. A drew,, and &TUI'
B:
Northwestern State had virtual board and would be empoweredto Consider rather .,
used to prepare superphosphate, he has reached his goal. If he quits quality than size. spectore.
famine of buy, sell, and otherwise deal In -Anna Mae Prerlnct \... Iii,
throughout a good part For the eighth consecutive the principal phosphate fertilizer Slkea. Itnrohre
now it Is certain to be easier to quit J t>. Baxter. Clerk .
i its this with lack of butter, with the purpose of stabi- 1 T. x j ,
area year month a pen of Leghorns owned by manufactured In this country. The 'next time." nand Crews and :M P M'JJ"
% rainfall making all crops almost W. A. Seidel, San Aantonlo, Texas, object of this process Is to drive off lizing the butter market. A loan, Two hundred and fifty-four per- Inspectors.
complete and absolute failures, led the entire contest. They are the fluorine which is combinedwith of not more than $30,000,000, to be Club work was pictured as a sons were killed In the fiscal year Board O. of W.Count HINSON: .. '.,",lrn"

there Is etlll too much of the products now leading for the eleven months the phosphates In all natural used by the butter marketing com- bundle of opportunities, for boys, ending June 30, 1932, in the enforcement Bradford County-" : o Ndl:

A. of the farm on hand In the with 2,683 points for 2,624 eggs., 'phosphate deposits, since the phosphates mittee in its operations, is author- and habit the of opportunity to build he the of national prohibition. Attest.A. J.: THOMAS, n l, ,
4 land. We "seven ized by the amendments which are finishing what starts II
.i are having our This record places them 124 points cannot be readily utilized ; h _
'+ t fat years" now. Let UK hope that ahead of their nearest competitor, by plants as long as they are locked being considered. was termed one of the most important -

i i i they will not be followed by seven a pen from Gulfklat Farm, Ocean up In fluorine compounds. Al- Members of the committee would in the bundle.

years which are too lean. Springs, Miss In third place is an though there have been previous Include representatives of the producers HOW \WOMEN CAN WIN ME\

K .v' Despite the fact that we have entry by Pinehurst Farm, Callahan efforts to do this the recent expe- chosen from units allied
had the biggest wheat crops in Florida, with 2,430 points for riments are the first to produce with the National CooperativeMilk Hints To Housewives

;k 7 6r American history, the bread lines 2,476 eggs. satisfactory results. Producers Federation, repre- AND filEr"" WIN I

have been the longest in recent Some remarkable records are beIng Results of the experiments are sentatives of the National Associa- Weekly from Home Demonstration -

''Ryy years. More production has been made by Individual birds. The decidedly encouraging. When the tion of Milk Dealers, the National :, Specialists, Tallahassee
accompanied by more poverty, and leading bird has 318 points for 294 rock was heated at 1400 degrees C. Cheese Institute, and the American The Favor of Other Men

''a 1ul no' the Agricultural Adjustment eggs. She is owned by E. P. Witt, In the presence of water vapor and Association of Creamery Butter UnlA tie pints of bile expect;;;; them.
:MORE HINTS ON BUYING j to ret rid of thl, .
,,
Administration Is to poi ,
endeavoring Jacksonville. One of the birds silica the volatilization of fluorine Manufacturers. The chairman flow caily from: your liver into deitt-oy. your personal
l"ltl'ITSXU" VEGETABLESBuy h.rm. ,
reduce production in the hope that from White Feather Farm Clear- Increased with the time of heating, would be named it is proposed, by your Lowela:: your food! decays in do It. for they only move out The lii
such a procedure will lessen privation water, has laid the last 145 days and amounted to 100 per cent In the Secretary of Agriculture.The your bowels. This poisons your of your bowel and that doMnTl t
and want. without missing and has a recordof thirty minutes. amendments will be consid- fruits and vegetables In sea- whoe! body. Movements get hard m.l'away'...enough won't: of help the at decayed all. poiioa.1

With the decrease In production 313 eggs for the eleven month. With the fluorine removed, all ered for Inclusion In the butter end constipated. You get yellow 0..1,. a tree flow of jr

will come more leisure time to peony The next ten leading birds have that Is necessary Is to grind the marketing agreement before it Is son.Buy amounts you can convenIently tongue bad yellow breath skin bad pimples, dull one top mild thl. decay vegetable poison medicine In Jour bowiil",

ple of the farms. Workers in the records of better than 285 points rock so that it will pass through offered to the butter industry for store and keep without dizziness eyes headache.. You taste have, gas become -, a free flow of your bile juice which U Con ft,,
industries and businesses already each. ordinary fertilizer and spoilage. Little Liver Pili. No calomel ( ,
distributing ma- acceptance signature, and be- an ujrly-looklng foul-smell. In Carter- sera
,1'' are laboring fewer hours and consequently The eighth contest will get un- chinery. Because the process is fore It Is approved by the Secre- Local products are usually superior ing1, sour-thinking person. You extract If :you Only would flee bring mild: buck w,>t u

they are having more i derway October 1, and Mr. Stanton relatively simple, quick, and yieldsa tary of Agriculture. fresher and cheaper. have lost your personal charm. personal. charm to win men, start ul T
"spare" hours. What to do with' says: "We have the finest lot of product in which all the phosphorus Know the food value of various Everybody: wants to run from you. direction Carter' Little today Liver 25* at Pill accords itornT:
drug
e 7 this leisure time U a question facing new entries it has ever been our Is in available form for plants, New York City's expenses for vegetables and fruits and be able But don't take salts, mineral Itefu. "Himethlnic jiilt u good.t ft
these workers and the commu- pleasure to receive and we have the department chemists are hopeful public recreation in 1930 aggregated to substitute like food value when waters, oils, laxative pills, laxa- for may gripeooon" teeth or...Id reetua<
,: nities. It put to the best use, it tive candies or chewing and Carter' Little Liver Pill t b>r 'e
,1 high hopes of making a splendid that it may be adapted com- $3,290,005. certain products are expensive. gums and get: what you art for. O19 SC.X
can be quite worth while. showing next year. Many of the mercially and result in cheaper .
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play, more recreation, more healthful have entered pens, and we have
Incidentally this offers
process
.
enjoyment of life It also gives two entries from the Hawaiian Islands -
a promising method for recovering
more opportunity for the develop- along with many pens from fluorine
which has many industrialuses.
: ment of the Florida poultrymen."
; community for buildIng Another feature of this process -
I the home, for beautifying the I--
is that it yields a cheap phosphate THOUGHTS
surroundings-making things in Tobacco Growers Of
is s.. > free of undesirable Impurities -
a general more attractive and more
which can be used in mineral
desirable. In their train, these Florida Are Signing mixtures for livestock. The fluorine -

things will bring more pleasureand I In
Reduction Contracts present superphosphate has
more contentment, even prevented> its use for livestock, as
o though they do not pay financial this element is harmful to animals.
''t dividends GAINESVILLE Growers of ._- and THINGS
"Churches, schools community flue-cured tobacco in Florida are
,; 1 health and recreation will respond signing agreements to reduce their Marketing Quality

to increased effort on the part of acreage or the number of pounds. Vegetables Rightly
farm people," say Southern Agri- marketed in 1934 and 1935 saysA. J

culturist. "These several commu- P. Spencer, vice-director of the Is Ndw Imperative .

,' nity concerns will pay well for the Agricultural Extenslpn Service The business of living when boiled down and
l, 4 expenditure of some of the time which Is conducting the sign-up ,
GAINESVILLE; The of .
-
putting
i saved by the reduction of acreage campaign for the Agricultural Adjustment all froth skimmed
of crops." Administration of the high quality vegetables on the off, is just a matter of thinking.
market is Imperative today, according -
fb United States Department of Agri-
'
to M. R. Ensign, truck horticulturist -
U ;t a STATE RESEARCH WORKER culture.: The contracts do not with the Florida Each of is ideas of
us
y o HAS ARTICLE IN LEADING specify the amount of reduction, Station. Experiment continually thinking our

SCIENTIFIC MAGAZINE which is to be determined later by Florida have too own and swapping them for the ideas of others.
,'1. the Secretary of Agriculture, but growers long

7 GAINESVILLE: A n article Indicate that it will not be more disregarded the importance of If there is famine of
marketing high a outside ideas shrivel
'' quality produce we up
r about stem canker of crotalaria than thirty per cent of the acreageor
appears in the July 1933, issue of > of the amount: tobacco mar- that is strictly graded and In attractive ourselves. Children with with"
safe containers, he ex "nobody to play
1 f Phytopathology, one of the leading keted by the grower during the
Rk national scientific It Is last three plained. This fact was disclosed by .
magazines. years. and
are unhappy
recent studies made at leading terminal ". unmanageable.
by Dr. George F. Weber, plant pathologist The plan contemplates cash pay- markets. It is time we lookIt : .',
t ? with the Florida Experiment ments to growers who cooperateand
1' Station, who conducted the who sign the agreements now. cordingly.squarely in the face and act ac :' From thinking with our heads to doing with
t
experiments which led to the discovery The sign-up campaign began Sep- ,

and identification of the cmber 9 and will close September the First market a high quality demands produce must that be ., :*', : / our hands is but a little step and then our thoughts
1
;} fungus causing this trouble. Dr. 23. The county agents in the tobacco '

Weber has found several crotalaria counties are holding meetIngs grown.watched; We competing have stood sections by take and v.v:: ;' ., ,: become things.It .
fields in which from thirty to and otherwise contacting tobacco
r .of .1] if v
some our markets because 5-
tl ninety per cent of the plants were growers to obtain their sig we '
}k; affected with stem canker. natures. Growers are urged by did desired.not grow the quality and type 'OtC.t. is because men of America are so unfettered
"
Mr. Spencer to get in touch with
i Vatican City Is the only stamp Is- their agents. We must get varieties the market I in their thinking and doing that this is
A suing place that can picture an air- likes, and at the same time country

plane view of its entire dominionon The United States has five naval those that are adapted to Florida. such a fine place to live in. It is also because
This be done
one stamp. air stations at Anacosta. D. C.; can only through an
.
L Norfolk, Va.; Lakehurst, N. J.; adequate plant breeding and selection these these thoughts are freely radiated and
,, The musk-ox will fight to the Pensacola, Fla.; Seattle Wash., program. The laws of heredIty -

g a death to protect its young. and San Diego, Calif._ nH ___ animals hold and with everyone plants Just knows as what with I.' ,'- spread broadcast, in the distribution of manufactured -

.p ::4 breeding has'done for our livestock. I "' things and in the distribution of the facts
And the Worst is Yet to ComeI -- Some! work is underway along this

line but much ; about them
more field testingover .':, :,, (advertising) that this is
I n the state Is needed. The country
f experiment -

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y6 I Spaulding variety. Likewise, it Is The originator of an idea is not much better
much two Improved
making progress on '.
varieties of cabbage, on : off than before he originated it till he gets some

celery: quality, and on other vegetables {'
grown In the state. Plants ,\: one else to absorb it and enjoy it and benefit by it.

act far differently in the short o '.

.r : days and soils of Florida than theydo '

in other sections, yet we have \ :: The man or woman surrounded by better

been getting our varieties from : 1'" ,

1I /! elsewhere. ,-..,,." J thoughts and things but who pays not the slightest
..,. After the product has been
;s.;4 % t' III --- grown it should be strictly graded, :ti' 't. attention to them is not much better off than

I 11 I \ : Mr. Ensign says. The world has the with "
i one "nobody to
moved apace in the last thirty : play with.

IIII years, and the time has come when '
1 :
r.
buyers are not compelled to accept 1
The
/IA1Li inferior .looking or ungraded goods.It ", : advertisements in the papers are
It also time we were consideringthe
r / antiquated containers in which ; :. thoughts---telling you about the things that other
/
'
: our products to market. A container "-e' "
/ go and
Itih .j men women have created for
rlIJ should be neat it should your happiness.

adequately display the contents as Read the ads.
l well as protect the product from ; They are the voice from hundreds

Injury. The goods must also be of thousands of looms

i packed properly, and particularlydid 4 ; shops, foundries, studios,
lI he emphasize the looses causedby laboratories
where
i millions of
the high bulge pack. minds are tur ing

IJ The outer layer. of the sun's at- pleasant thoughts into worth-while things! for

mosphere Is composed chiefly ofhydl'O&en your comfort. V
r1. "- and helium.
I
Most of the food for the Virgin.

r Sn 'Y. L Ui I Islands must be imported. I I
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I NEW BUS RCIIEDCLUK Stark, II A- Bishop f'onuoa.aa to H''

II I Economic Highlights II III I 110000.W :il ft of Loin. 2. 4 of Bile 19, ta4cscpfb ,
South Bouno
North Bonud
OrlKhml Town of Starke, P.; A. llrlnHUH -
oJI 4-13 A. &1._________ 9:34: A. M. from $:.000 00 to fSHOO.OO.
I IIni.>i>.nlnK. Thnt .'If..... fht l>lnn.r l:'... nf 1 i..i,( I nnd Lots. 7. B. 7 of *
1:39: P. M._________12:04: P. M. of St trk''
Tn Town
I'nllM. III.Irnd Cbp'kN and Ilk jr. OrlKlnul
liii,. trf Kv: ry Indli h"o..I\! 4:59: P. M.____ .____ 6:19: P. M. Sh-11 PctroliMim' \ CorpurntKin I I fr< m

i S.......I nn1 Intprnntlunnl Problem 9:19 P. M.________ 2:04: A. M. $4000.00 to $8000.00.
.InNrimrnlil Fr.>tii Loral ",,!fnr.. Ink .11 IIH oxmnilwd, on Kni,'y Man i
fjWTii iTarop nnt my feet and a light unto my path.-Ptalni 119:10: !). ---...... Original. Town of Starlie, Onlf It.-
Athletics play a very large partIn flnlnw Company from $7600.00 to t
It is almost axiomatic that the
( All religious WHAT'S TUB MATTERVITI the schools of Hungary.v $10,000.00.
rtrif 3lflilin teaching doctrine
.lUnrilWUA? or BEER? farmer presents the toughest problems Com 171 ft 8 ot NK 'or of Blk U
creed, u they are to have any claim and run W 80 ft 8 100 ft, 10 80 ft.thenco .
I' love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with Editor Telegraph: any administration has to "'111'1. oincwiT fornT. OF N along W aide of said 'St to

LwbmE 0''J6808 the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice Will you kindly permit a few tackle. Even In good times the I"nil.\l c'na'I'iaY.KOHI" >: COUNTY VI.O1IIUAI ),eg. Original: Town of Htarke, W" A.Stern .
heart and of whom It warn said In John 7:46 farm has been ; from $500.00 to $1600.00. t
.
: NEVER MAN problem uppermost No. 80T
bumafl desultory remarks on the above ( Lot 1, a, 8, 12, 13, 14 of lllk 18
IKE"UKE ThIS MAN. question? in bad times It gets Infinitelyworse. C. I.. Stockwell, .. Conservator for. Livingston Truby CV. Additionto c'
Bank of Starke. a Florida BankIng Town oi Starke, W. F. MoLt from
..toOt Bradford and Union countle are Invited to UO this dent It seems to this scribe that Coporatlon! I Plaintiff vn. J. I* $1000.00 to $1600.00. .
bfendant.
for new* of church activities, organization and announcegpace something quite strange has happened Present efforts to help the farmer Shrlver I OnnKH, i.e Hi,OF SEIIVICF'. Lot 1, 2, 3 of Hlk 19, LlvlnaKton.Truby ,
& l'o' Addition to the Town
freely given and no charge made-the only requirement mainly on pricefixingand NOTICE1 TO APPKAU
within the last six months depend Of atarka, Nat William from $780.00to
that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning; production-allotting for farm THIS STATE OB1! FLORIDA: I 90000.
twy cannot be handled for current laaua.CHCRCH We were told very forcibly duringthe Tot Whit. Branch Hut Company, a i Lot 1, t, 19, 14 of nile SO, Living
n' ) last Presidential campaign, and products on a tremendous scale. foreign corporation: Frank A Cornpany ton, Truby & Co' Addition to Townof '
sjnce that beer would "bring back All of it Is designed to put moneyin Inc., a. foreign corporation; : $tark... J. H. Moore<< from $8011.00 r
DIRECTORY. God spoke' to him 'at night the farmer's pocket Now Department Oramllnv: Spauldlngr: Company Johnson ; a : to $1000.00.Lot .
years
.RE prosperity and put 2,000,000 Idle Georgia oorporatloni Endlcott 2 of nile 1C.. N. J. Jone Addition -
but he thought it was Ell. FIlially men at work." of Agriculture brows are Corporation a New York corporation to Town of Htarke, L. C. Powell UP TO your can laenrery W'QIfJD-'
First niW Church Ell told him if he heard the voice furrowed because the opposite has ; Cooper-Well. A Company, aMlehlKn from $600.00 to $1000.00. nerve aX hl&t> tension.
What are the facts? First" I corporation Adlo.1'Sho./ Lot 8 and N ft of Lot 4, 5. ( of ,
Ji' J. J. Johnson. pastor. again to say "Speak, Lord, for thy occurred. Company, a Oeorirla corporation: N. Blk 13, N. J. Jones Addition to Town No wonder yon snap at the wt a> J
jay School-10:00: A. M. servant heareth." He did so, and would say that the above argument Rrlfcnirer, Rluirmart A Company of Starke, J. 1\(. Alvare from $800.00 abd bark at the children. ,
IrnlDg Worship-11:00: A. M. advanced by the liquor proponentshad Between July 13 and August 13 t no., a fori"lfrn corporation] learned. to $1000.00. Wateb out I Overworked, 4
God made a revelation to him concerning there decline In farm Carter & Company, a Mich limn cor. Lot 1 of fur 2. Highway Additionto
heavy weight during the campaign was a sharp lead to Bleeple- .', ,
Y. P (0 s- -7:00: P. M. Eli.Lesson poration; rhilllpii-Jonen. Corporation Town of Starke t Unit Refining 1 MVTM may .
jenlng Worship-8:00: P. M. because they knew that all purchasing power. Where, on the a New York corporation: Company from $2000.00 to $2600.00. MSB. Nerveos Ueadaehe, tinrpoos .
IX, Saul-When first nomal people were yearning for former date the index of farmer Charles Wolf William F. Allen and Lots A, 7 of Hlk 14. Temple Addl. Indigestion and a host e tether
dial) invitation extended to aeorg-e W Darker the residence of tlon to Town of Starke, Albert Hartman -
.
called to be king Saul was hum stood at unpleasant d1aturbadon" *
the return of normal prosperity ability to buy seventyoneper each. of whom I. unknown dolnirbuxlnena from 500.00 to $500.00.lots .
ise services. ble and obedient;. but after a time and business conditions at the ear cent of the average from 1908to a. co-pnrtner under the 0, 7, 8. 9, 10 of Ulk Wynn'a Way you try: Dr. M(1efKfferveaeent ( c t
he God and the prophet name and Htyla of Miller Hutn, Bey Addition; to Sturke, H. R Demoreat Nervine Tablet
:\\1..tbo\lSS ChurchF. disobeyed llest opportunity. They also knew 1914 it stood at sixty-four per .... A Company at 1001 Filbert St.. from $1000,00 to ISOO.nn. Just one In m half glass ot : ;

Jones, pastor. in sparing the best of the spoil that according to Federal govern- cent on the latter date. The declinewas Philadelphia.. Pennsylvania. W. M.Trannnu Lot 1. 2, a of Blk 1, Wynn Addition water makes a pleasant., epaifc" .

Iday School 10 a.m. when he destroyed the Amalekites. ment figures that, In 1914 when caused by two factors'-during known. ,doIng whose" bualneBN realdenca n.. TrnnnniiHat \I. tin- 100.00 to to Htarke 30000. 11. F. Uemoreat. flee drink dells-fitfully eootbJn: ; ,

log worship at 11:00: a.m. For this he was rejected from being the liquor business was at Its I' the month the average farm price CompAny at Or en..I>oro, North Lot. 13, 14 in, 10 of nik 2, R. N. to over-taxed neivus.X .
king. declined to seven Carolina: Mnrfcuerlte. Shrlver Corn Dowllng' Addition Starka. H. F.Demorent > Miles' Ner-rlne .b now ,
Ir's subject, "Can God Remove height there was less than 500,000 : from seventy-six and Ira R. Corn, her hunband, both from 200.00 to $306.00.Lots r. ,
m World?" Lesson X, David-Samuel came men employed In the manufacture I ty-two while the cost of things he ,of Long Ileach. California. : nnd who 2t! 30, 81. 32, 83, 34 US, 88 of Made fat two forms-LlqoJd sow I i

: People's Meeting 7 p.m. to Bethlehem to offer sacrifice and and sale of intoxicating beverages. : buys rose from 107 to 112. there receive their mull at Pont Office Blk 8, It. N. Howling<< Addition to Effervescent Tablet. Both.'.* .t
g Box 598, IT IS. HEHE13Y ORDIORKD Starke, It F. Dumoreat from $200.00 the same eootbinff effect. ,
to anoint one of the sons of Jesseas Be it further said and said with- According to government and that you and each. of you to $400.00. .IM at :roar drag etor
j Presbyterian Church prospective king. The older out Ignorance or trickery that are required to appear on the 2nd 4 Acre In PI3t4 of SRU:: bounded N
George H. Lowry, minister. other experts, this Isn't a problemfor clay of October. A. I). 1933. before the by Field* place, W liy land of Mr...
p. sons of Jesse were rejected by Cod 400,000 of those employed were the farmer alone to consider. above entitled Court to the bill of : Wells, H by Ity and K: by "St. Sea. SO
[ices Sunday September 24: whereupon David a mere lad was bartenders. These figures Indicate I It is their thesis that the declineIn complaint filed awalnnt. you and Tp 0 S, R. 22, O J. Anders from
each of In the above entitled :
\. M. -Sunday School topic called from tending the sheep and that at best the return of legal you $360.00 to $500.00.
II the purchasing power of 30,000- online, wherein the plaintiff seeks to Fruit Drawers Express> Co personal
.idy. 'Leaders of Israel. anointed. beer could not possibly give employment 000 farm dwellers Is directly responsible foreclose. a certain mortgage aa a : tax, from $46.00 to $100.00.Uuif BBSttSF !
) first and prior lien superior to the '
.M. .Mornlng Worship ser- Refining ( 1'1. personal tax
than one-twen
Lesson XI Jonathan- This young to more for factory unemployment claim. of each of you over the following I from $1400.00 to $2760.00.
Lytie pastor; theme "Guard. I man fell in love with David after tleth of the number promised work In urban areas to the extentof land. In Bradford County : Postal Telegraph A Cable Co personal .
ie Citadel." Florida, to-wltl Lot. 6, 6, 7, 8. 9, of tax, from $19.00 to $100.00. t
the killing of Goliath and gave him by the enemies of prohibition.And 6,000,000. It has long been a debated Block 18 In Ward City In Section R, Pan American l'etrol.unCorpora. --

p. M.Christian Endeavor; his own raiment and weapons. what about the 2,000.000 question whether falling Township 7 "South, Range 20 East; tion, personal tax from $600.00 to
|. Genevieve Kenly; topic who find employment after alao. commen<'lnl&' at Wouthpant. corner fI 750.0B.( POSITIVE RELIElPl] : ,
was to
Preparation for Life." They made a covenant together farm income caused a decline In of "HRVi' 1 \ of 8WW\ of wild Section. Standard Oil ("n. personal tax [
i which both of them sacredly keptJonathan beer came back? The latest reports city Income or whether the declineIn Township and Range, and run Went. from $2800.00 to 12950.00.outh..rn .
|evening preaching service. David only claim that the entire 183 yards thence run North HO yard Hell Telephone & Telegraph ,
helped to protect the fall In
city earnings'caused to south boundary of Ward City
ordial Invitation to all ourS Co.. personal tax, from $604.00to FILES !
from Saul. machinery of the "new revolution"has farm reclpts. Secretary Wallace thence Kant Along said. boundary ISiyards $1600.00.
extended to all. thence South 80 yard. to beginning Air Line Co. .87
thus far only been able to put Is Seaboard Hallway .
first the
Lesson XII Solomon-The great firmly believes that the except the Went 76 feet; mile I>. T.. .18 mile 8. T., .88 mile Afonlxln rectal pals .haagwd) N.
at work. "What's the
est accomplishment of Solomonwas 2,000.000 men case. According to him ruinous also commenclnfr! at the Routhwe..tcorn.l' Wannee Branch 1.8S mile sidetrack .. naothU>. .r--.l.e 14 ,
matter with beer?" of said HIiV4 of SWi In said .89 Side from
TDAY SCHOOL miles Track
the building of the temple agricultural prices plunged the Section. TownshIp. and Range and $13,367.00 to $26,714.00. lutlr. Th.t I. the v.11.1 ALLJ .
which became the center of the religious Now what? All the puffed up country Into depression four years run East. 820 yard., thence run Western. Union Telegraph. Co., personal pllM ..ff.r... ohtal* frm MEMO? .
LESSONR knowledge science and philosophy; ago. On that basis there can be North 80 yard. to nouth boundary of tax from $662.00 to $1600.00. FREE. W. support title. .(.*....* t t
life of the nation. When i It
Ward City thence Went on saiiboundary W'". the undersigned, do hereby
was completed he carried the ark of "The Roosevelt Brain Trust" no recovery until farm Income rises 820 yard, thence South 80 certify. that the above and foregoingla with. et n OM.:r-back .,._an._ .
and all of the machinery of the and the 30,000,000 farm dwellers yard. to beginning except. the l-.nnt: a true and correct list of the real If you an tortured by piles ys l -
SEPTEMBER 24. 1933 thither with much ceremony and 100 feet; anil "Hrad tord County Tel- and personal property equalised by Lave probably triad many .e.eaii..uII!
P/ct) : Review of Quarter's dedicated the building.A NRA has not nor will not bring relief again provide a normal market for vnrraph"\ hereby designated aa. the the city council sitting a* a board of ..1'... Do not Judg. 1IEMO-FREE1 1 i
In these days of distress and factory products. neWHpaper, In which thin notice shall equalizers. _.... !! '
Standard of Greatness: With l b. published once a week for four In witness. .. whereof we have hereby by past .u..ppoiat action ) ,
many persons physical size desperation, so long as those in How to do it is the question. consecutive weekai: subscribed our name and the jU poalllv, almost ........10.*. i. ,
en Text: "Be strong in the and are the stan- authority leave God out of their Broader and even more unorthodox Witness. the Honorable A. Z. Ad. date above mentioned. ..... of Itching, bl_dnr! ........J.I!
strength
and In the of His courage kina an. Judge of this Court, and the .
power O. W. ALDERMAN
'. dard. It is said that seventy-five calculations and are too "wise In experiments in price fixing may be Heal of this court In the Town of Chairman. City CounciL protradlnf, or lntrn piUs. j ,
Epheslans 6:10.: their own conceits" to go down on offered.At I'll' ark.. Bradford County, Florida. Attest City Starke, Fla. Rmmbr' ow Joyou Hfb w.. 1O4'
of statues
cent the
Solomon's Prayer (I Kingsa per f> public I their knees and ask the God of all thin anth At'n 1L\Ull'u..t.\ 1933. CAUL JOHNS, City Cleric B-83tV-21| | for. vioUnt pain stabbed. you. t' '
warriorson
the world
a), we copy "Blessed be the throughout are ( into dull ..1..1'''. Regain thai
nations for devine guidance in the moment business Is In a A. J. THOMAS
there hath not failed horseback. There is a tendencyto | riel*.. Lsppiness by lending for
one Clerk Circuit (Court
the of 'guiding the old Ship of State off more or less quiescent state. It's and mine HEMO-FREE. If
of all!! Ills good promises. recognize greatness men Bradford; County, Florida yon i.wish i.
who performed unselfish. service or the rocks upon which she Is now moving neither up nor down and Knight A Knight Starke. Fla. pay postman upon d.li..ry.
He promised by the hand of have made notable discoveries or foundering. God's decree is: "Re Is maintaining Itself fairly close to Attorney for PlaIntiff B-l6t9-29| | Sand the coupon today. NOW ..
His servant. The
Lord
our Inventions that have benefited the pent or perish." the high level reached about six : o'i'ieieNotice tbo best tima. .ei.rtj ,
with us, as He was with our IM. hereby given to all con. DEMO LABORATORIES i
", let Him not leave us nor race. No one can be truly great Faithfuil yours weeks ago. The best sign still Is corned that the city council of the 4520 West PieD Blvd. '

. us: That He may incline who Is unwilling to serve others. W. K. DAUGHERTY. the resistance to seasonal trends city of Htnrke, Florida, Hitting nil a Lo Angalai, Calif. o .
Hoard .
'Li unto Him to walk in aU'S And the highest form of service is precisely as early In the summer A. I). of 19.13 lOiiualUer.made on the August following BOth Encloiad !I. $1.0O for .11 lUa ,

and to His cJm- that which ministers to the soulsas LAWTEV CHURCH DIRECTORY contra-seasonal expansion encouraged c.-haniem In the tea I assessment roll tuba of HEMO-FREE.
keep
well as to the bodies of men. First Baptist Church all observers. During a recent .a.. filed by the city tax nnnenvoi. for Na....-. ..__.__ 4iAddrses.
nts and His and
statutes Hev. L. F. Chapin pastor. week tho following were hIghlights the 11)33.city Notice council In will further at a given meeting that to ...___.._...._.._._ ,7l 4 .

jgments.' which" He com- Preaching services first and< :: : ; be helot on the 8rd day of October, Bcjiir with Ci ty____.._.__..S ->._..
our fathers. A. IX 193, Rt the city hall In Btarke. -. SiS
: ----
third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30 Electric Power and Car Loadings
at 8:00: o'clock p.m. will hear from
!following summary of the JONES m. P'I -Favorable by comparison with all mien. owner or agents a. desire s clf/
, Is taken from Arnold's BOB your
H. B. to appear anil file complaint a. to
school 10
School Sunday a. m., previous periods. the valuation an. fixed by the paid WHY NOT HAVE TilE
ntary on Sunday
wood supt. Domestic Business--Volume lit Hoard of KnunlUer., and hear any
s: r..anon. why the valuation should be "1I"I'P.o-l"r." !. a Irrtn eerie BEST? :
Church
Grace M. E. tie changed save for slackening in j
in I, Joshua-As Moses'or. OMMENTS changed. applied. lo successful, |1ir.grr..iv., | :
Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. some heavy industries. I Lot. 2, 8, 4, \ of Oik 4, Orlff. Town folk. T.....' liars enrnrtl .llirlr, prom
- Joshua accomplished the ((1 ONHEREAFTER. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat Lumber-Production steady; decline of Starke T. A. Urlnncm from .peril by having been fulr with ilivm. All new modern equipment. ; )

iak of subduing the Canaan- HERE AND 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. In near future anticipated. $2000.00 Lots. t.to 8 14000.00.of Dlk 7, Original Town 54.... They" h.". fared. proMntMquarely We are prepared to serve. I .'

horn God dispossessed be- Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : ( Wheat and Cotton-Receipts up of Htarke Dr. W. B. Parka from wrlghftd, fact. and pr.. Our service Is finer, our ,
>If their wickedness and of : J2000.no to $2600.00. vfldvd.sound limumne. proUTllon fur Is lower
the Israelites into m. in both ca"es.Commodity. 10 20 ft. 8 Inches of Lot. 6, I of the. prcMirvalioa. of their' inlrr..iuma. price
:
posses- y Sunday school 10( a. m., Mrs. Prices-Index con nik 18, Original Town of Htarke : F1fI
' the Promised Land. God The religions of the world say Ch..... <}. Woodbrldare from '3600.00to fair with your* lf-krp you* nOUEE' & GIDDENS I
Mary Moore supLLeague. tinuing advance that started some I $4000.00. ... lid... .... ,
.Mm gracious promises and 'Do and live." The of the .uuae. ." FVNF.U.\LIUItF.CTORII
religion 6:30: p. m. Sunday. time ago. lots 8, g of Blk 16, ex B 48 1-3 ft.
1 him to win remarkable vlc- Bible says. "Live and do." aMATI'IIEW Automobiles-Production suffered Original Town of Rtarke. Ch.... (I. HAROLD C. WALL Phoaa D-OIIO1 Ambulance Service J'JIvKsolViLLue.

Someone has said "A Woodbrldg. from $7000.00 to $7500.00. FLA. 49
man
good ANDREU
L. INSURANCE
slight decrease, as was expected. Corn 10 ft S of NK Cor of Hlk 17
,m II, Caleb-When the Is- could not have written the Bible." Matthew I... Andreu. 46, proprie- Business Insolvencies-Far fewer and run W 60 ft, 8 25 ft. E 60 ft, N STARKE. FLORIDA Starke, Via., Branch Near Depot 4

i first reached the borders of A good man could not have writtenIt tor: of a barber shop at Roselle and than last year. 26 ft to beg Original Town of Ji.ki

in In their wanderings, Caleb because It claims God for Its
author Park Street died in a local hospital Bond and Stock Markets-Bonds
ut the region of Hebron and A bad would not have
man early Friday following a brief Ill dull stocks generally erratic. Talkof LOOK

ught back a good report. written it because it tells men how ness. Mr. Andreu was a native of Inflation caused a rise which HEREFRIEG3IAmbnnww
five years later when an olde bad
they are. Bradford County and came to this
was followed by a decline. Spec-,
. asked Joshua for Hebron When men write biographies of city from Leesburg about six ulators are cautious.A ,

Inheritance. He was given it, friends they usually leave out any months ago. He was a member of

ve> out the giants from them disgrace or shortcoming in the i i'/|
and
the F. & A M. at Leesburg report emanating from the _
lives of their subjects. The Bible
the Baptist Church.Mr. Harvard School of Business pointsout S(
III Deborah-This re- says that David was a man after Andreu is survived by his something that Is generally Unknown __
ile woman was a prophetess God's own heart; but when God mother Mrs. Susan E. Andreu this ------------------ --------'--'------
: During depression con :
'Ige at the time of a severe wrote David's biography God told I

*mat the hands.of Canaanthe the story of David's' sin and Retold city plvey? ; two and daughters Mrs. Ralph Mrs.Paul Gladys Lees- sumption of goods by the ultimate By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazine of the I i

-. north. She sent for this story In plain language burg; two sisters Mrs. J. D. Rice, level.consumer Use remained of meat butter at a very clothes high Country We Brine You the Biggest Bargain of All Time .

and gave him directions without any trimming or dodging. with whom he made his home here, tobacco, etc., fell very little. Thereat Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines' with A New or Renewal t' '
ling battle with their op- This is one of a number of proofs and Mrs. G. H. Carter also of this
decline In Order for This
was solely producers' -
; Newspaper.
!11. The Israelites won a that the Bible Is the Word of God. city and three brothers, A. I. An. 4 :
goods-steel, lumber and similar _
victory, and had peace for Sometime ago a friend said tome dreu Brooksvllle; G. G. Andreu,
products which are not boughtby ALL 4 ON LY" .
; "Bob aren't you glad youdidn't Plant MAKE UP >
ars.IV. Leesburg; W. F. Andreu the individual consumer; The YOUR OWN CLUB I
') Isaiah Denounces live in the old days when City. Funeral services were held _
out of the depression there. 1
eaneaa and other Sins- men used to have religious debates Butler way '
at the in Lake ceme- CHOOSE '
grave 1
work to
Is to Increase
denounced the greed of they > ?" I replied "I'm not sure. tory Sunday at 3:00: o'clock the ore, pro.

who gained possession of I There Is one good thing you can Rev. John B. Culpepper pastor of lon ducer according and not consumer to this conuump-. ThisIs 1 Magazine From Group "A" [ $ GO
all f the survey.
> land and predlctJght about those old people they
say Memorial Methodist 2
and Wesley somewhat in striking disagree. Magazines: From Group "B" ( 111p _
captivity as a pun-, believed something. They had con Church officiating. The pallbear- 9 ,
.tHe pronounced woes upon victions. They believed in the absolute ment with the principles of recovery And _
: ; ers were W H. Ecord, E. G. Holbrook I A' ---- 11
*ho follow shown in the emergency leglsation. ;
ke bribes. after strong drink I I authority of the Bible. Theydidn't W. D. Surrency. Pat Wll- TSS: r:=.''J'ER' ((1 Fun Year) J WHY' PAYMORE j _
and those who dar-. argue about whether the BIble lams, Clyde Kirkland and Leland

My God. was so or not. They argued Jukes. Times-Union. __ _._1 ?
-
In) V Gideon-Gideon was about what the Bible said. The a To many observers, one of the __

.Msoned by God to deliver.. modern controversy Is not about RUBY MAE McORVUER sour spots in the government at tour I ?
ople : the moment is the Public Works Choice of Any On* Y Your Choice of Two
from the h'ands of the the interpretation of the Bible but Mrs. Ruby Mae McGruder. 22, Any

.ltes He assembled an army: about the authority of the Book. died at her home In Hampton Sep. Administration. It has been exensively Magazine In This Group Magazines; In This Group I

'*Oo, but God said that they There is quite a controversy between tember 13. She was born May 3, criticized for lethargy; GROUP A If CROUP B _

!o many. So 22,000 men who Fundamentalists and Mod- 911, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the money. figuratively speaking D MjCaffs M.f____ Yr.: O Better Home V

earful were sent home. Then ernists. There always will be a Fred Cloversettle, and was a member has been doled out In nickels and O Wamaa's Home Comp. ...1 YI' r Garden. . 1 ye lioi I

"!ray was further reduced to a controversy between them. The of the Christian Church. She dimes instead of dollars and a D Pictorial Rne-I yr. I Ig [] Woman'. World 1 YI' IW

*and
method of drinking. With CONTAINS the word of God. The January 29, 1926. has been taken to okeh the most [CD Hollywood MavU ? 0 Neediecrafi 1 yr _
'lien a minor 118&1 Yr. 0 Good Scorlee J
great that the Bible projecLThe Jr ,
Fundamentalist
victory was won born three
says To this union were
D: Open Reed (Bor-)____1 Yr. 0 Country Home 2. ...
rprise for )
attack excuse this Is that the :
In the night IS the word of God. It is Impossible Jane Earle Leslie
children
Betty .
,
-n VI, Ruth-This young to harmonize these two positions. and a baby girl who died with the most unremitting care has been I D Psthfindw (W1d,.) _lYr.'l Tin QDsI B : .. ulr:1: : : 2 1." ; iIi/,

a was a Moabitess who mar- mother. taken to prevent waste graft and dd Y, ?. I )'f8 ,_ _
IOn :* Naomi. made of Inefficiency so far as the ;" J.ok' !tf' YI'M.
; Her husband The Bible is a book up Funeral services were conducted spending 2F&r: 00M

ted< when Naomi returned to what God has said, what man has from the Hampton Christian of the money Is concerned; In the ''.oJ ..

w.m. she decided to go along. said and what the devil has said. Church by Rev. W. E. Daugherty past practically every government THREE IN, AU...r
''ce which she made was What God has !said' is always true. ot Starke. work. program has been the target e

.t She became the wife of What man has said may be true or for suspicions, often well "; ... ,. _

may not be true. Paul said In one CARD OF THANKSWe founded, and Secretary Ickes .. J. S!!. Grntiemea' .

"u8. ?1' lIannl\h-BecaWle place "I speak as a man." He simply take this method of expressIng wants to make this one a model of .1. .

childless Hannah made a means "This is my opinion our sincere and heartfelt hone tly, I-so.. PUese MIld me the three i...cuta.. ., _

-a at if God would give her a take it for what It is worth." What hanks to Dr. E. L. Biggs and all So far, 91,400,000,000 baa been There are no string attached to'thla checked with e yeses eobsedptloa to ;7f'U _peper.' .

.o I hl'1.? give him back to the the devil said is a lie. When I say who extended their sympathies and allocated. Much of thla was planned | offer I Every magazine ubacription _

- forever. Her desire I believe In an Inspired Bible I assistance to us in our recent beeavement. long ago, and certain appro- Name _
aatej i will be filled exactl/! .......
he and Samuel was born. mean that the record of the Bookis riatlona were specified In other represented* t

Jol1lU1d Was weaned she took him absolutely correct. What God Mozell McGruder and Relatives. pieces of legislation. Flood control If any of your svbcc/iption are teBinet ___

left him with Eli, then has said, what man has said and # will get $120,000,000.. high- newaft the tin* will be properly cx- or R.F.D_ ____

' what the devil has said, you will Java. the size of New York ways $400.000,000; naval construc-

r I raVln; Samuel When find ACCURATELY recorded In Ute, has three and a half times lon, 9238,000,000; reclamation .tended. .'Town and State.. _

a boy of about twelve the Bible. i IS many Inhabitants. .. projects 70000000. t -
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ek31t: i Bradford County TilE that NE."CT.Ie the last war would Maybe You'veHeard I UP41 A

Established 1877 lesson to a burned-child
to have been without It But
it facto contained In a ,

Published Weekly on Fridays and book bearing the title ire

Matter at the Tost! Office at Would Be the Character of I mans weAuffalos on
War" are to be taken se- ALICE: B. HOKUMThe H jtfonltana National
I reason we look so dizzy this '
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is not
book pacifist
; E. I,. :Matthews .__ n_ ._ _______ The but Is supposed to be week Is because we have just finish I Bison fange there u3 '

\ scientific ed reading 'The Autobiography ol
coldly atbirto
SUBSCRIPTION Alice B. Toklas," which, no matter rj an
by eighteen experts many
t what think isn't the autobiography -
j i Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 73c:> ,noted States.military Great men Britain from you.of Alice B. Toklas it's the buffalo c

Advertising Rates on France, Japan Denmark i autobiography of Uertrude Stein,,
/ Greece and Swlterland. and isn't even written by Miss Tok-

Is the result of an offi- las, but by Gertrude herself Some c
would dress the Cr/
A new city hall help '
Gertrude the
organized by the In- fun eh kid T Isn't
r -o Union at Geneva. practical Joker? Maybe we're era. i s 4r

book review In a weekly zy but It all sounds about as con- 1
; A qu'iat l wedding often precedes a quotes some of the con- fusing as reading an "Autoblogra-

-o of the book as follows: phy of Benjamin Franklin" by r
school is sign of a assume I Aimee Semple McPherson. r
A growing a sure experts; apparently
of the next war. *""" 1
0t
"
be paid for, therefore do Gertrude Stein in case you needto
t business needs much
one's
No as to economic factors to be told, Is the woman writer who

4 h+ kit'o its outbreak. Pacts will be wants to keep her thoughts a secret :>. ,

? ,; i Nothing can be accomplished by There will\ be no dec-' so she puts it in language that -J \
of hostilities. Neutral nobody can understand. We bet i r
y the future.
will be compelled to vanish;; even Gertrude herself couldn't tell I
o last. It will be a world con you a couple of weeks later what :
4 d dWPwI
Prospects lobk good for a satsuma And it will not be short for she was thinking about-but don't

be the outcome of lengthy tell her we said so.
next season. I peacetime preparation, I \ -Ciu.rAedpetlWilJ'

o la now going on around us. You may have studied the Eng- .,
icsett to mate
theGawfs.
If you can't sell strawberry plants general the next war will lish language throughout the bet I

for something you need? the World War ended. ter part of your life and may: think FJ. ruxninq track or
I
I will be no moderation ex you know what it's all about, but P I tlit93Z Olympic
o
't :
dictated by self-interest.1 get a load of the following from Jt
Cuban school children must have will be no front and no Gertrude's frenzied. pen: I \ 7 promtto4e

''r teacher who the president is.It's ; the front and the war A Patriotic Leading i : fhefartestfraek
be everywhere. As a mat Verse I ever IIsed.I' .
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o # f.
the shift of danger will Indeed indeed ;
all right to be optimistic but the fighting man to the Can see 1
you j .
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O for the purpose of And regularly the precious treas- I ,. .' ;--- ( '
.' This Includes men, ure.vr'hat .--- .r,
A movie advertisement says, "Papa the aged and children do we love without meas- I .I,, '.
Mama tells him which pair to put on." appears that we are all ure. iI


I. The Umatilla Tribune wants, 0 a characteristic'war material.feature of a We Verse know.H I II stng/e. pod of/he .. !

s war will be the 'unrestrict- We suspect the second man. orchid contains the
a screw worm will throw it in reverse. of every available weapon Verse III KIm' UWMl mffl

'f o .' No distinction will be We are worthy, o( everything enormous fatal of over .. '

The New Port Richey Press combatant and non- that happens. ; /zalf-million seeds. h/.r sign, /2 f'ef lall,1ftt1df'oca16&'e

Need Money." Is that supposed to be An entire people can You mean weddings. ns>ads was wsiaerz"
probably be placed In a Naturally I mean weddings.
k o siege. Verse IV ;I.-: : arie.- tt>n set Idaho.I .

The local Red Cross should receive crucial struggle will be And then we are

doing fine work for which it receives the mastery of the air, be- Hall to the nation. I .

aircraft Is largely valuable : Verse V I ___
h o against civilian popula- Do you think we believe It I!bein' able to run a concern like S. would miss the chain store. Tt

Taylor County must not have The destructive power of Verse VI' I H. Kress out of the state, seems as would find It inconvenient to go

.; Folks over there are making plans for a air attacks is now one It Is that or bust. From Other Pens] far-fetched as bulldin' a statue of a hardware store for a ba.mmn
times greater than it was Verse VII General Sherman In Atlanta; but
o the World War. We cannot bust. on the other hand when little David drug store for tooth paste a hab

An Illinois man divorced his wife Verse VIII NEWS ARE SCARCEThe put that rock In his slingshot dasher's for a necktie or an e'cc'! '

cook for him. It would be cheaper to released and from incendiary aircraft ex, Thank you. and went out to slay the well cal shop for a mazda lamp whit
U rapidly dryingup
depression
r Verse IX known giant he was considered a
o used on a far greater scale source of news had been their custom to 1
practically every .
Thank you so much. thousand-to-one bet and there were
During May and June the number the last war. Attacking that the country newspaper man no takers., under one roof. However, In do
'F will probably be merely relied in the past. For so they would be contributing
public charity dropped from 4,220,000 | This charming little poem is has upon And when Bob GIvens and Ed
of unmanned aerial torpe- Instance: People cannot afford to the welfare and support of a hl
copied 'from a recent Issue of Brobston more or less obscure
'i sign. electrically by a consequently they are dred fellow citizens clerks, step.
places
r "Time, so please don't think we're go Tampa attorneys, go before the Supreme -
I
flying at high altitudes. wrecks raphers and whatnot,
o having not so many car ; many
making It tap as we go along. But Court September 26 in behalf -
will come Into Its can't afford to get married whom might other wise be obI}
youngsters
After reading exchanges we "ain't read "
our you nothing yet. Here of even more obscure Indepen-
Authorities already state and if do can't afford to of charity
I are some excerpts from what must they dent retail merchants, in an effort
where the storm hit. None of them
the field of chemical wfir- raise babies; people cannot afford Then too, the public would pr
1'r be Gertrude's own private little to drive the competitive chain
of it. possibilities are unlimited. I to carry much fire Insurance which ably find the cost ot merchant
dictionary: stores from the local field, they
Industry is now in a I means there are not so many fires. a trifle higher, but the few penn
pk
M'r
r; face just about as tough an
assign-
"Red Roses. A cool red
to destroy unlimited areas rose anda difference would be compensifor
k Yes, it's a tough callingthis gath-
> The Punta Gorda Herald asks, "If pink cut ment as did little David.
in a very short time. i pink a collapse and a ering news for a country weekly. in the increased prosperity
E will we profit or lose?" Bring it these gases, no really ef sold hole, a little less hot. -Glasgow (:Mo.) Missourian. But many strange and unbelievable their own community tile ku>

r find out. protection for city inhabi "A Sound. Elephant beaten with -0IS' things have occurred in the ledge that the merchandise ui
can be devised. The gas candy and little pops and chews all MISSISSIPPI WORKS last few months. Things that most the product of a sweat shop a
0t for a number of cogent rea- bolts and reckless rats, this is this. of us thought just couldn't be done that their support of the locals

t Chicago police report that a is Impracticable. Three "Custard. Custard is this. It Less than t.-;; years ago the papers have already happened so you chant would insure better lima f

; and stole nothing but a saxophone. of Lewisite a new gas, It has aches, aches when. Not to be. carried the information that can't always sometimes tell. everyone, less unemployment, amore
r ) In contact with the skin, Not to be narrowly. This makes a forty thousand farms had just been The quo warranto proceedings money In circulation witt\

job to us.'Ve've. a man. Or there is Green whole little hill. sold for taxes In Mississippi. This against S. H. Kress & Co., we are their own community,

o- gag, which fills the lungs I "It is better than a little thing calamity-In magnitude and in tr* told are motivated by identical

r got our $75,000 road, now if until the victim dies by that has mellow real mellow. It Is amount of suffering Involved, was purposes with those of the NRA

new city hall, and a C. C. C. Camp, of Interior drowning. On better than lakejs whole lakes, It is equal to the major disaster of war. movement: Restoration to the
h&nd, the latest variety better than seeing Yet nineteen months later It is an- American people of the right to

sit in. on the new. deal. gas will allow a man'to "Chicken.IRAlasa dirty word, nounced that the state has a cash make a living. BLACK

o to death over a'period of alas a diety, third, alas a dirty surplus of one and a third millionsIn Chain store monopolies, It is con-
months. Science also bird." its treasury; the people have
or even
dismissed
Edgar Allen Poe was tended, operate in direct conflict
s that It is now able to put hope; and the final solution of the
( with certain
he appeared at dress parade minus li porvlalons of our BROWN
states financial difficulties Is at
F r nation to sleep for twenty- Well, there you are. Now you State Constitution and co-relators
Is a limit to poetic license. by gases given oft from can write home and say that you've hand. through their attorneys will at-
r This was caused!' by no miracle.No .
o controlled from a dis read Gertrude Stein, and what tempt to show that the competition
54 act of Providence, no windfall
Governor Sholtz was almost lovely stuff It is to put the childrento of newly discovered sources of of the chain stores discriminates WINE
you are more likely to sleep with. The above against
merchants
passages independent unable -
last week. lie should be used to that wealth no undue or demoralizing
gas or fire, it is possible might be frightfully Immoral but to do business on the same '

1i. last session of the Legislature.The will dropped be destroyed from airplanes by dis you can't prove It by us. about parsimony this In great government change. brought It was basis; that it forces down wages in NAY V

o the factory, driven to sweat shop
accomplished by the foresight of
in glass globes And to make the column conditions
com by cut rate contracts
first strawberry has been the leaders who had the good,
break upon reaching the pletely literary this week we'll)) ask sound that Independents have been deprIved Bronzeen Green
'..4. t common sense to relieve land
when interviewed yesterday expressed
Walter Wlnchell'a permission to re- from the of normal business In quick
Impossible burden of
s County would have a fine season. I probable effect on the men- peat a story he told in a recent taxes, and place the taxes where turn-over items and have been Eel Grey
o : morale of belligerent elI column. We think it's pretty good, nil citizens were forced to their forced out of business or Into oper-
I populations has been care so without waiting for Walter's share. pay. ating losses as a result.
More than 10,000 automobiles We may expect a ..Ye.." here It Is: The I While the possibility of eliminating Rust

I York City streets last year. The I moral collapse and a gen A trigger-minded lawyer it appears sense Mississippians to place the had burden the good on-I chain stores from the state
reduction to the Red
of waiting to get out of traffic jams. saved a murderer from the sales, tobacco franchise, state seem very remote, even with the
The
high-grade savages. chair'' by promising a case before our Supreme Court and
o juror $zoo privilege fuel oil, amusement and
to acts of Individual
' I The, jury broke a record for Income taxes. The greatest of theseis public sentiment generally sympa- PRETTY SHADES-
1 A visitor in town stopped by the I or moral grandeur Is to be reaching a verdict-consuming too the sales tax in one form or another thetic with the Independent local EVERY ONE-

k r to suggest that perhaps the reason as such acts are use- many hours It finally returned But )it worked, and it will merchant It is nevertheless Inter-

Starke is our proximity' to the tung oil to be noted also that the with manslaughter Instead of first I continue to work. These are taxes esting to contemplate what the sit- They look prettier .-he'
uation might be, should suddenly -
degree murder the which we
-giving defendant must
I o today Is toward national everyone pay. There you see themEspecially -
a long prison term Instead of can be no tax dodgers under this find ourselves without the facilities -
1 early start if In the development of new now offered by the In Our Se r
Better get an you the hot squat. "Oh, I'm so system. present
election. From the looks of the ballot it The lethal next war may grateful" cried the prisoner to his Florida has much the same prob- day endless chain of chains.

the better part some weapon of lawyer, "you saved' me from sure lem. Land must be relieved of the Business now enjoyed by these FALL'DRESSE
job taking these
placated
up even eighteen experts death. Life In jail will be easier Impossible burden which It now Institutions and they cover every

o Ignorant and which may to take" That night the attorney bears. The sales tax will solve the branch of retail trade, would have

How do they expect to put the ," la a generously inclu got in touch with the Juror he problem and so distribute the bur- to be restored to locally owned and

its feet when the number of nudists in above report sounds more "fixed" to pay him the money den that non need be oppressed. There independently would be operated an Immediate stores.demand $3.95
"I thought those guys would never Florida land should be so nearly -
to have Increased from.2,100 to 130,00 in vivid Imaginings of a mod- give In," he explained, "you Insister tax free that ownership would be for both store and office

0 Verne than facts brought on manslaughter, so I held out. all profit.-Eustia Lake Region. space throughout the state. Job-
a survey conducted by eight- wanted h:2g00 ... bers of all lines of merchandise $4.95
A guilty conscience is the best who should know. It Is They to acquit him" would
again establish offices and
It Is based on a facti)
stole a tablecloth from a Texas hotel unbelievable that while u : '- warehouses In the territory. Trav

turned it recently to the proprietor under the burden The Kashmir shawl industry Is Hate eling salesmen would flood the $5.95
fought fifteen years ago, nearly today. state with a return of business for
theft. of people on this planet extinct our hotels and restaurants carpenters .

o themselves to be plunged St.-Malo's corta were .J c3o elassifJ painters, printers, lawyers and -

Boy, page Diogenes. An a hell as I Is described In "Robbers ofthe, Sea." doctors. Equipment and supply shades foregoing paragraphs. It 8) RUSSELL houses Those Fall *
and new
the tax collector's office -- +i--FAll KAY many other lines would
have called at -.....
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Florida
ga,.. !
to HOI'Iieryart
fantastically extravagant
marine,:serpents are venom- Arocunw reap an Immediate benefit. Thou- Allen "A" ;
was only assessed $40 when it should lives of men and boys, per- ous. And sands of clerks bookkeepers and eel this week. pure S
it
now seems that the
his bill, and walked off whistling.A women to settle politic Florida ls Stateof other employees would be given .
about to
assume the Pair ,_ -
putea that could be settled Pineapple fibre has unusual
o role of "A fugitive from a chain- jobs.The
strength. bulk of the
wave of economy has hit the --o- store." A suit has been filed In the home would stay at money home.spent Profits at

Court and the budget director has are frequent and clear Fantail pigeons originally came Supreme Court to determine (In the cash register of local business -
whether or not Mr. Kress Is to be
have only one clean towel every two Egyptian deserts. from Hindustan. permitted to keep this state in his men would largely remain TheJ &RStor
here for
i the benefit of the commu-
hear of New York's court system, those chain-gang.
auctions In England date Swallows fly with mouths open nity and the state. I rest OfnterF
1 their hands more frequently than that. seventeenth century. to catch Data and flies. Off hand the Idea of anybody For a time perhaps the public Next Door to

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