Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
July 8, 1932
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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Established 1877 Subscription..::For ('ar.-$1.50; Six Months, 73c-i Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews. Owner ';d-lublisher 1 :

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From Gas SCHOOLS TO GET $54.000- --I II MARTIN DISPLAYS Veteralls Do Not ;;i

Tax Much Lower FINK 'SPIRIT IN Need Examination

State school money will be Increased SHOLTZ VICTORYMIxlifH :J "

iit-iuime From Oa Tax Announced- It $54.000 this week when WILL OPEN DOORS SATURDAY I ettelJ Cuit IJriu-vv litHiirniirpVolley for ';

Somewhat LWM Than Dutliigpitl funds received by the state motor I I A Yourn
A __ ' "K\' I-4l1r'r8"- "
.\ und May Than Same Two vehicle commission from sale of ---I (ryAnil

Months of 1931. half year tags during the last two I Cttrrudliic of Luuli>;>', And .\. 11'1 I Will Support 'Him TIllH l.!tUll-HH (ifllf>riltl(>llhy At t the. evplrntlon of five-year

weeks of June are turned over tc irrcn, Starkp Join Giant \\ ; frhiiefThe
I I level
: period five-year premium
Florida's re =from the sev-1 I the state comptroller. | <'ooMmtlGroup Fg-S'Honored! : Jacksonville ; 1. -John W.Martin I charge Is made and cannot term policy .may be renewed by ;
This amount is!! Just twice what defeated In Florida's be
gasoline tax during April |. I "nc'OIK successfully refuted, that we are veterans for a twcorul five-year '

en-cent May, announced at ]I I Commissioner Walter McLine several What Is already from all accounts '" I O Democratic primary election I living In an. age of great/ disregard 1 period at the premium rate for

and. Sunday, was less than was received days ago estimated would be : America's greatest grocery for the gubernatorial nomination I for law, Our prisons are full ami I the attained nge without medical
; available on July 1. 1 chain by Dave Slioltz, todny Issued a it is a fact In which all concur that examination. .
during: the same two months! -though a purely cooperative \ '
under the six-cent tax. Total receipts of $5,063,53964 chain, as manufacturers statement In which he \vlshetl the the majority of those who trample Such provision was made by II.R. ,

of Although last year the tax this year is 18 were announced by Mr. McLin. wholesalers and retail merchants I Daytonn Beach attorney "every the law under foot are never apprehended. 8173 which wn! passed by the ( '

higher than it was last This sum represents tag sales from remain owners of their establishments success," l. Such terms as "gang nennte June 20 /nod approved by !:

2-3; percent the revenue from the tax durIng January to July, or for one-half -has come to Starke and "1 entered the rnce for gover- ster." "grafter" "taken for.a ride" Pre lent Hoover on June :24. ,,'

jear the last two months was fourpercent I the current year. The tag department Lawtey. It is the Plee-zing Food I nor at the urgent request of thousand "put on the spot," belong to thH .And In cne (the net reads. In .' f. I

its fiscal. ? of friend In the state," the generation. The blame for this "
lo"s than'that of April and necessarily runs Stores combination. part) the five ycnr period of any "
year with the calendar, Mr. McLInsaid. I statement-aid t. I was overwhclmi condition Is placed on various such policy has expired prior to ,t- .,

May of 1931. Two leading independent grocery i' ingly, defeated In a fair fight and things such as the World War, and within five months of the date j'

In April. 1931. a total dales of For this reason, he explained stores aid markets In Lawtey ( the nominee, Mr. Sholtz, did it In prohibition etc., but the real cause of the enactment of thin. amentia* ; ,

22318.300 gallons of gasoline previous low estimates by school and Starke this week formally B MX| Hhape. I wlMh him every success lies much deeper tory proviso and the policy has ,-I

brought $1,341,667 In revenue' officials of the amount of tag mon came into the combination and display and trust the people who supported How does It happen that there not bcrn continued In another "

while 12 months! later the sales ey were unfair. The legislature the attractive red-white and him will not be disappointed Is BO much disrespect for lawf'/ Ampeople furm of government Insurance, I ,

had dropped to 18.641,24gallons estimated tag money would approximate blue front and well-arranged Interior In the results they expect him to essentially different by nature pollc-JI\uy be renewed aa of the ,

and the revnue under the heavier I' 6000000. By the end and the large sign ofPlee. nttaln. today than they were in times date of Itn expiration on the same n;

tax, to $1,305.306, a decrease- of of the year, or when 1933 tags zlng Food Stores. t "I was born a Democrat, will die past? How does It happen that conditions upon payment of the I ,

three perecent. .. go on sale this! sum may be real These two Plee-Hng Stores arc 1 a Democrat, and have never bolt- men trample the law under foot premium-) within five months after j .
During May 1931, the total sales stated owned bv A. H. Green of Starke ml the party. I am not a welcher '' I
ized, Mr. McLin ,, although without an apology/ sucli date of enactment; and the

were 20,110,981 gallons, which the fiscal year. for the schools end and F. R. Carradine of Lawtey, and have no ill\ feelings against In order to answer this administrator of veterans' affalra :f'
brought 11,208,658 under the six- and as their page advertisement In anybody who defeats and question f 1 .
ed June 30. me fairly we must back to the shall cause notice to be mailed to
cent tax. The sales in May 1932 Of the $ ,063, 39,64 collected up this Issue on page 3 will show they squarely, which Mr. Sholtz and bin Why have go not men always question trampled : the holder of any such pollry of '

dropped to 16,931.975 gallons and to July 1 by the tag department are announcing a grand opening friends did. the law and despised It? The the provision of this amendatory 1','
the sale on next Saturday for the '
to $1.147,438 under purpose "
i .
the revenue will have been turn provl Jb.
$4,753446.38 18m grateful to the thousand answer may be given In tt few
of friends and the
larger tax, a decrease of five percent ed over to the school when Mr. Mc acquainting of friends who supported me and. word Throughout the centuries i'' '
trading public with their Improved i t.
Lin deposits the- $54,000. now on shall never forget them, and toUIOHO there has been a restraining: influence I.AWYKR"" T.tRKS CASF.) "

The figures bear out a prediction hand. offerings A total and of 400 service.stores In Florida I who did not I congratulate upon the lives of men This TO ('''''F-Ie IIAMAGRHI'liimiial : [ KYi11

made when the present tax law i them on their victory. I shall never has been for the good of society - I
will have loined the Plee-zing com The above is from a photograph I'rorriltirn itt !Ht. UeU> ."
that the Increased tax the of rii
wag parsed, LESS THAN FOUR PERRONS urgo people my puity to and has come through the teach
bination in the near future, it is of a handsome oil painting of Hon "
ation would not produce a proportionate IN FLORIDA FAMILY stated by Mr. Reid representative P. K. Yonge. Pen lI cola. chairman quit the" party because I was do- ings of Christ. The "Thou shall *' burg & '*

Increase! in revenue and of Clark & Lewis the Jacksonville of the State Board or Control, distinguished ftmted, I am still one hundred percent and the "Thou shall not" of the -
les St. Petersburg July 2.--H O.
probably would produce even On April 1, 1930'. there were wholesale house distributor for and beloved citizen. The Democrat. Ten Commandment law of Godhave Antlion. St. Petersburg attorney w i
revenue. I painting of Mr. Yonge was unveiled -- been of Incalculable
376,499 families In Florida value to
During the first few months of I private quasi-family Plee-zing Products for the eastern Monday at the 27th commencement IN :MKMIIMJacob : society. The teachings of Christ was sitting on his porch reading t
increase I and in addition 1,320 half of Florida. In which around of the University ot Florida. It la the when an automobile, driven by B.
there was a
the year in due to the tour- groups (Institutions, hotels, 'etc), .' 200 Plee-zing Food Stores will soon I work of the noted portrait palnrV. ;: are the foundation/ of nil goml social D. Batchelder crashed Into bin,,
revenue I M. born In' order and without them society
which accounted for a population Currle-Bell.! Truby was
I be located. A Tamoa wholesale own machine parked In front of the
1st trade; this Increase, however recent Hamilton Pa 5 1847 died In will down.
of 32,788 according to a announcement grocer la Plee-zing distributor for May go house.Anothon.
reached only a four or flve_percent the director of the Starke Fla., June 28, 1932, being
the of corresponding by the western half of the state. All goods will be plainly priced. I'| They have been assiduously held ,. viewed the bent fenders

increase over months revenue of last : census received at the Florida district Over 50,000 stores of this kind 'The stores are equipped for either at the time of his death eighty- before men by the churchmen 01. IIn.if' nmanhed glana of his machine

experience year In re, office of the bureau of for ore now doing business In the nation "self-service" or "clerk-service" five years, one month and twenty ages past. Moody declared: "The and said. "Drat your hide, you'll
Pennsylvania's eign and domestic commerce Jack fours days old, He was married people must be made to under "
for this.
, w'l' individually owned.Nelt..r pay ,
ilucing its gasoline tax from sonville. The average population plan.Mr. to Mary Ellen Weller In 1873, who stand that the Ten Commandments "Oh It's ls it," spoke
the wholM"'e' houses you up
to three cents a gallon, with a result Oldeman merchandising engineer
private family was 3.81. preceded him to the land Immortal are still binding and that there
per .. Batchelder. "I have
tSI you'll
that the total revenue was that distribute PUr'' nroductsnd of Plee-slng, Inc., of Chi suppose
Classified on the hauls of the nearly twelve years, dying In a penalty attached to their Viola
for reckless
: mo puller driving T"
greater under the smaller tax ret serve PIee- ln<* F"'n.i Sl-or ". cago, has been In this territory : "
color and nativity of the head of August, 1920. There were two tion. Wesley said' : "Every part "Darn right I will ami whafitmore '
thi central corporation. Plee- for several with _
here. nor weekn:' working '
peated the family, 239,451 families, or 63.6per I \ children born of this union and of this law/ (the Ten Commandments I'
.ln< Inc.. con under their'r. the Clark & LewtfT Company preparing t i.
'L cent the total number 1nl who survive, J. J. Truby'of Starke ) must remain In force "
upon "Walt minute L LrJatcbelt.ler.
., .. a ! "nd patent provisions.r for the opening Saturday. interrupted .
| tUllEE GOOD MEALS, the state, were native while; 26,394 i .... .bU.h ploe-r.. Food Stores of Mr. Oldeman helps the merchants f and Mrs. James W Klllian of all, mankind and In all ages." Alexander "You're a lawyer aren't' : (,
25 CENTS A DAY! or 7.0 per cent, were foreign born ; Waynesvllle, N. C. .Campbell called them "the\ you? Mow's business", own. RetAil! fnod stores' Indlvlrtunllv to modernize his store and also assists '
Of the whole number of fam- Mr. Truby lived not only long Everlaatlng Ten. The bringing "Hotten. Out what's that got to
him in better
owred wll! loin the
rrounwt merchandising
Gainesville Fla.-Three meals a Hies 153,956 or 40.7 per cent, own ( method I but actively. Up the very moment of the Ten Commandments of Goii do with thin cast?"
to b operated
will continued
i day for 23 cents per person. Good ed their homes; 212,740, or 56.5 he was stricken he was busily'en down to the people and the showIng "How about taking my CMe-
I tenants and for 9- bv owners.' Another regulation W. L. Stlckney, president of I gaged, carrying on. His physical .that are all '
health and satisfied appetites guar per cent were ; they binding upon defending me when I come up for
anteed. 503, or, 2.6 per cent no report .that )n
This Is not not a restaurant or was made as to tenure. The per n"rm nn"v o' Independent' dealprs Jhe opening of the group in FlorIda were truly wonderful for a these men of God, made for soclaj cover damage to your car.'' \
I Is that Plee-rlnsr
all owned in 1920 said: man of his years and an Inspiration and for all law .
boarding house advertisement, but centage of homes H... > .rMv good toujrht respect "Well, I'll beAnthon's jnw I
whfrh on* p-xttlnur i rv( morn
and In 1900, "The of Plee-zing Food to men much He came civil law I
1\ hint to the hard pressed housewife was 40 6; In 1910, 42 0; .. opening younger. -even dropped. Then he grinned.
who finds difficulty In meetIng 44.8. In urban territory, 38.2 per An<1 more oonulnr. will now b *n'donlv Stores means a new era for the to Starke in 1883 and has lived But what do we have In the religious 'Hhnke.: I'm not turning away

the bills. Or to welfare cent of the homes were owned; In to Independent stores whether consuming public of Starke and here ever since, an honored and world today? A far dtfTorrnt client,* these days. See you In

grocery rural farm territory 56.4 per cent nvmbern of the eroim pr not. Lawtey."Only. useful citizen. No man who has situation, You do not have to
agencies who are finding it T everything will) be done court"e
dififcult to --and In rural non-farm territory, 'I Phort. those retail grocers who ever lived here was more respect listen long until you hear some
| to obtain enough
feed the unfortunates on their money lists. 37.5 per. cent. bv the new combination to maintain are able and willing'to co-operate ed, honored''and loved by all the churchman telling you that we are RO,\l NO. 41)) TO HK': RUN

I The 376,499 families In Florida the Independent jrrorerv man. with America's leading manufacturers community than Jacob M. Truby.He no longer under but that TO H.MITII IIIIIIMm
Posulbly brides who
prospective for the stores have beenuncpl"
dwellings P'ans was genial, kindly generous we are under that tho law
| have been whether to were living in 350,243 In serving highest quality grace,
wondering and have
in comprising 332.547 one family WHV for some foods at "a 'mmlmunvof, handling phllanthrophlc, public spirited of God is done away, that the Ten Senator T. J. Knabb announce
lake the fatal would be
plunge with enthusiastic support from
terested."iT'nas. dwellings, 13,657 two family met expense, are Invited to join the modest and unassuming with 1t'I !1l. Commandments were nailed to the after attending a meeting of the

dwellings and 4,039 dwellings occupied independent grocers, of this state Plee-zing organizatlonj ,j I Many substantial tokens of his cross and' that we are now living In state road ,department In Galnes-

been said that enough by three or more families. and nation. A distinctive color ... public spirit and generosity will remain the gospel dispensation. Men have villa Saturday, that the department
GOOO..retalln scat
groceries to provide three prop of scheme In to be followed in all of groaer / to speak of him. The beaut been
In the last mentioned group the taught no moral law exlnts has ordered the continuance of the
tered United
erly balanced meals for one person dwellings there were 16,638 families the stores. MS each will have fronts throughout ful trees that line both> sides of and some go' so far as to say that survey of the highway from tb<* )

ran he obtained for 25 cents?Dr. O.t or an' average of 4.1 families of red white and blue. The official States are today-serving the con: North Cherry' street, which were custom makes a thing right. What state farm. through Macclenny\ to r
Each of
t D. Abbott, head of the home economics per dwelling. The average for the "iKn will carry the Plee-zing embleM sumers those subscribers with the tenets of planted by him, the Presbyterian can such teachings do for those. the Georgia line, crossing the St..

department in the Florida state as a whole however, IncludIng In colors. church and manse built on ground who hear It ? Such teachings will Marys river at what Is known all
national of Plee-
Experiment Station, proposes to the one family and two family The stores In the newsgroup the organization donated by him, the park on North create disrespect for all law. Such the Smith brldgf about 9 mile*

find out about it, and is willing to dwellings, was only 1.1 families per have adopted the Plee-rinff, name zing, knows that housewives are .Church street his gift to the city teaching Is not even good for society north of Macclenny. *

I let Florida housewives and Wel- dwelling.Of and service under which to operate Interested primarily in seeing that and other things' besides. He was ;. to say nothing of Its spirit The grading of this project,

I fare workers'in the results. She In order that thev may better serve their families have the very finest of the founders of the Starke
on the whole number of families one ual anpect. ,south of Macclenny\ has been In active
plans to feed three for 75 the consumer with a hi<*h Quality food obtainable It Is possible Presbyterian church and was a time and the '
people in Florida 08.128 or 15.4 per cent > Some ago a large convention progress, this year :
such food under 1
cents a day each day for a week reported that they had a radio set.Of of food products at the lowest secure leezll'gat ruling elder In It from the beginning was held In a large city. It grade in within a very short dlntanco -

iKJinnlng July 11. She has aldy 'the 202,248 urban families 42- price range. Plee-zlne brand products 'ordinarily surprisingly low prices for ,Inferior prices I' and the records show that waa quite an affair. The visitors I nt our little city. The. surveying

secured prices for groceries 239 or 20.9 cent reported a radio comprising some 450 items charged for more than forty year tie was had been given to understand that crew will start at work
per because of the fact that
*t the Gainesville stores, and is set of the C9.965 rural farm will! be featured. Full service how. grades, superintendent of its Sunday they would not be held accountable auheylnj( anti post Ing"the part of

Warning her menus. Each person II families.; 3.433 or 5.7 per cent; and ever will be given in all the stores i Plee-zing is not a local proposition school. He was intensely devoted for anything1 they might do, short the rond north of Macclenny at

11'11I' be weighed at the beginning of the rural non-farm families, 12- I I on other grocery items bearing I I but national'' in scope. to his church and took bis relig of murder. What was the result once, and while no definite assurance

W end of the experiment, and 456, or 109 per. cent. The whole well known trade brands outside "Over 40O of America's leading serjiouHly/ and his life and] char Police were in many Instances driven was given by the board Sat
rffty records will be kept of his number of farm families was 60.867. .- of the Plee-zing brand. The general manufacturers: have' been acter 'beautifully exemplified his from the streets and their duties urday, Senator Knabb states that

Iwager or lack of it. of which 3.641 reported radio '' Interior and exterior of the ized to pack their finest quality religion, was a standing advertise usurped by those who had no do feels confident that the northem I ?

Dr Abbott Is allotting 5 cents .. I'I'scts. stores will be Improved and mosl t under the name Plee-ZIng"' this Over ment of It. It could be said of him police powers. Quite shortly many project will be placed on the .
for breakfast and 10 cents each for members of the group will operate 100 manufacturers what a notorious bad man and black eyes' and battered faces were emergency Hat and that the work
*>ner and for each CAUSE sanitary meat markets as well as 'name to. denote crook once said of a leading teen on the streets. Even women will be probably carried: through
supper per OF THATMONSTER "
THE .manufacturer In
de of eaeb/ 'everycase.
*/*. She is planning espacialy to LANDSLIDE welt stocked. produce and fruit Over 150 wholesale. distributors churchman of noble life, "If there disgraced their sex) race and thelj, an soon aa finished from state

lee that the diets are balanced and partments."The I were more religious men like him Clod. Much property was confiscat farm to Macclenny.

I" the requirements for the different public wIM find these stores '' throughout the country are there would be fewer men like me." ed. Merchants said It would be This highway form an Important

food elements and vitamins. Here Is the platform on which clean and ttractlve and conducted affiliated with these manufacturers In the early morning of June 29 better to close their stores until link of road work for thin
made his1 campaign merchants responsible In servicing tha.( taller. who
Th menu for 11. Dave Sholtz bv local this noble man's spirit slipped the convention wss over. Men said section giving all the country
Monday. July which he he intends well known to In turn, service, the consumers,
*U1 be broadcast over WRUF Sat- and on says citizens already peacefully away, but while bis td,their wives: You are not going south of Macclenny an outlet to
to stand: their patrons in their .respective "When the housewMres of Law- vacant and he will be sad *
lIrtfsy place Is down town unaccompanied for it points north an easy access) to

IIIng Monday morning the preceding. for Begin-the .ElimInation of "unnecessary" communtles. tey and Starke become fully acquainted ly missed, he Is not dead. "To live l Is not a fit place for a woman to South Georgia. Its fcarly completion
menu Including la to with the quality of Plee-
"weeding broadcast burdens and commissions. The Plee-zing organization In hearts we leave behind Is not be." And why all this? It was a will mean much to the business

I *ch day will be I the state railroad commission. be national in scope, comprising ; ZIng merchandise and surprised at t to die." Hs influences will abide ftme( of "no law." When men are Interests of Macclenny, and)
morning, together with com- books without Increased -,. manufacturers.'over' 150 the eminently fair prices at which I
Free school over IOO and a guiding star there Is law de and .
the an Inspiration told no they soon Raker county w congratulate
'J11 progress of the test distributing warehouses It is sold, I am sure they seek the
taxes.Improvements wholesale-
e broadcasts to many, and faith points forward generate. When the teaching Senator Knabb upon his splendid
will come during welfare.Workmen's I of the organization
tile Florida :40" in child and already servingsome enlargement through the sunset gates to the comes from the pulpit that there work In this connection and for
home hour from 9: laws. In 38 through the opening of more Plee-
10 a m. Radio listeners who are compensation retail grocers operating land of pure spirits and bids us lit no law of conduct and no moral the untiring efforts he has alwayt

_I Ures ed Improvements in banking laws. states. ZIng Food Stores. hope. In the words of James law except that of custom the mor- put forthi for the building of good

y, .can follow- the menus Lower' gasoline and automobile In order to more economically SUFFER Whltcomb Riley; ils of men will fast disappear and roads In Baker county.-...Macclenny
, licenses taxes. serve the public, certain retail grocers BERRY respect for all law will fade. Press. .
Free labor instead of convicts on have grouped themselves under FOil LACK OF. MOISTCRE I cannot that Is the .
( \VVVSSINQ "I will not say, say This lawless generation >
HOARD state roads. the organization known as the he Is dead. He 1st just away product of the teaching that there H.\ti.\ TIIOM.\S Me DON AI J)

I MEETING DEFERRED Consolidation or elimination of Plee-zing Food Stores so that they //Plant City. July 5.-Strawberry With a tender smile and a wave Is no law. Until the church find --'

state hotel commission, shell fish may pool their purchasing power growers of the Plant City area of his hand Itself and gets back to the plainteaching' Sarah Thomas McDonald. 4.

pr"l| 'ollntl_ Fall to Send,,ln commission and game and freshwater and adopt the principles of cooperative who have newly set plants la plant He passed away into that unknown of Christ as regards moral daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralphl'ofcJonBold.
4rtisIng beds face serious l Idsses of plantsunless '
and adv -
.f Report* fish commission. supervision to passed Saturday-
land, conduct, we may expect see away
In the
I U forthcoming
oS Development of mineral wealth to effect still further ecu' "Iell rain I A land which, must be surpassing atheism and lawlessness flourish. afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home
to next few days it was declared yes-\
Mia-tng reports from nearly of Everglades. I which are. In turn pass Instances i fair- I The preachers of this land can do of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.T. .
While In : i
- "ore ,t county canvassing boards Development of Florida as an the consumer. terday. some i ias Since for so long be tarries there.I more than the lawyers In keeping T. McDonald following an Illness

"ewUy delayed the official state all-year tourist center. This system, of which the stores plants are Dot suffering. so severaly were'that' cannctt say, I will not say that men out of prison by crying out of several weeks. The body-
other iniitsncesv
ny' is of the results of last Tues- Development of Pan-American' In Lawtey and Staike are among la reports out he U dead, and telling men of Clod's eternal was shipped to Pensacola early
is to be extended numerous) growers put
J. eecond trade through Florida. the first to be opened, for morning where It waa
Democratic primary I to the recent halt; He l juat..wa law and of Its Monday
el' homsteadtng. throughout the country. In plant just prior
| @CUun. Untaxed lands for respecting God's law, men will laid to rest. Arrangements were'In
red. of the almost dally rains with the
of Another slogan of hl. campaign a short time the distinctive President approved all law. of DeWitt C. Jones Com
Lake charge
Secretary state R. A. Gray weather City come to respect
the hot
away white and blue fronts will be a result that dry I
I .. all the board will meet aa soon was "Take, the government familiar sight" to housewives of the past days has resulted In the alocatlon of 9200,000 for improve F, J. Pattee, pany. iViIfl
sports the professional politicians here. .
are received. Under from ments to Veterans' hospital Starke, Fla.
| J'to fl
11II tI1 today to make the official or Kansas. While the of these Marianna Mrs. B. El McLane I Stuart City started work recently Panama CityH.. L. Sudduth construction of residence to be built
tara "i and L. R. Bronson purchased are local, the advantage office to Dr. T. U Fena, to cost more.
certify the names of Groveland a part of acquired management of Hotel I draining backwater: from El moved real estate new by
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era for> the November generballot. Ice business formerly operated national* 'organization. Cabler Resturant. dorado HeICh'"L .. Roger building, 4th St than 121,000.
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I Ellis Starling Sunday ney. Round dance, Roy McKinneyand visitors to Gainesville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier of Mr. and Mrs. G. Wolfe of Jacksonville Dade City Carper. & -

Mr and Mrs. Ancel Norman of' Bertie Mae Rowe. The con- Mr. and Mrs. A B. Rosier and Evergreen were visiting his sister, were visiting their brothe I feed and seed establlshmen S.nuh, ,

n ZIFF Rising, were the guests of Mr. and test was very.interestlng. The prize children spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs Daisy Pringle Monday afternoon and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ened in Coleman & Hill ''I?.

Mrs H. M. Johnson Monday given to the round. dancers was and Mrs. Cohen Peele. R. N. Crawford last week.MILLER Work of resurfacing' building

MI... i.u/u Mae Ln.I.. Coq Grover Rhodes and Misses Gertie cake. R. S. Rosier and daughters, Lou 'Mr. Harry Moseley and mother, den-Orlando road under Winter ;ar.

/and Ellen Johnson were visiting Fred Halalop and J. R. Kelley attended ;. Ise and Clarice spent Sunday and Mrs. Willie Moseley and Miss Mary way
Palm Beach
' held at Deadon friends and relatives In Rising section the dance at Starke Saturday Monday in Madison visiting relalives. Hanley of Jacksonville, were visiting -- George Rich ,,uf.
Services were chased Frank
Rev. McGau- Saturday.The night hla aunt, Mrs C. A. Pringle Craig resident, for
Saturday by pastor, consideration of
about $
Lacrosse baseball team Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanand Monday.

r, ley Mr.of and Brooker.Mrs. Elzle Manning or played Graham here Saturday. The baby'were visiting B. E. Rosier Aliases Pauline and Juanita Ros- MI.. Ellen .............,.... Cor. Inverness New Coca Co-. 1Ut.

Tampa are visiting at the home of score was 17-4 in favor of La. DOUBLE RUN and mother Sunday. ier were visiting their cousins, tling plant dedicated recently

Mrs. Roberts and daughters, of Misses Emmulyne Pringle and Evelyn Bartow Askew
:Mr. and Mrs. J. H and C. S. Kelley Grouse. Mr. and Mrs. William Blackwelder Mercantllt\\ .
i this week. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Griffin were 11.... ....0.. Itrown, (or. Lachoochee, spent the week-end Moseley Monday were visiting his mother Mrs. capItalized'at $5,000: granted rar.

Mr I. W. Dyal .and daughter, shopping In Starke Saturday. here with. her daughter, Mrs. Mr. Kay Pringle and St. Clair Sallie Blackwelder last Sunday. ter to deal in general merthanulKGlenwood '_

Mondayand Claude Larramore Moseley were in Starke Saturday -Florida Fancy F"OWl]
of Graham ,
Marlon, here with her parents, Miss Inez Kersey called on Miss Mr. and Mrs J. D. Peele and night. Miss Iris Dicks and Mr. Ray Inc., granted charter

Tuesday Freda Brown Sunday afternoon. children spent {Sunday with Mrs mond Dicks were visiting their
r Mr. and Mrs! J. W. Lewis NEW RIVER Mr. Harry Edwards and J. C. R. S. Rosier. aunt, Mrs. Florence Carlisle last

Mrs. J. W. Padgett and little D Simmons were the guests of Millie Marjorie Reddish of Wateroak, Saturday.
are upending a while with '.. Rule S...; Cor. BEACH
children: ; = and Lola Judd Sunday. spent a few days last week here : Friends of Mr. Raymond Clyatt
In Hawthorne. _.. .
Mrs. DIrt Britt and childrenwere ---- --- -- -- Miss Pency Nettles was the I with her sister Mrs. Cohen Peele tOO I.. G .. for. will be glad to know he Is improving

visiting at the home of ,her I Rev. Butler filled his regular appointment guest of Miss Mae and Inez Bryan Mrs. Hester Sapp was visitingJ. I after .a forty-two day illness.

brother Mr. T. D. DyaL at the Christian church Sunday afternoon. Q. Rosier and family Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder returned
R. nines has returned home after here Saturday night and Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. L. Kersey was visiting and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and I Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford home from Plant City last Monday

) upending/ while with his 'grand I I Mr. and Pierce Craws and baby of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Kersey children, spent! Sunday with Mrs. i and children and Mills Frankie Lou after a two week's visit with her a ota
Lake the Fourth herewith Saturday evening.Mr. Jean Gaskins. I .
mother, Mrs:nines of Alachuo. Alfredspent Murrhee attended the annual meeting daughters, Mrs. Creasie King and
Mra. Tom Wasden and daughter friends and relatives. Joe Brantley called on Boots Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch at Oak Grove Saturday and Mrs. Ellen Butler. MARK atO,

Mrs. Gunter of Waldo were visiting Messrs.' G. W. 'and E. A. 8 1pp. Brown Sunday afternoon. spent Sunday and Monday with her Sunday. -.
Jim Thomas Crystal Wiggins and Mr. Herman Nettles was the parents Mr. and Mrs Davis Kite
in our section this week. Charlie Yarbrough of Vander- The Agricultural Extension Service
Andrew Rhoden were business guest of Miss Inez Bryan Sunday near Lawtey.
Miss Ruby Shaw and Miss Elvie bilt and R. C. Keene of DeLeon of the University of. Florida
visitors In Jacksonville Frtdny. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and
Mann were visiting Miss I.ula\ Mae the been For lazy liver stomach
Bill Springs;; spent week-end here supplyIng newspapers of und
Mr. Norman Wiggins( of Jackson Miss Doris Brown called on children, were visiting Mr. and
the guests of Robert and A. J. Florida up-to-the-minute kidneys biliousness .
Lewis Monday. farming
ville Hpent the week-end here with Kersey Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Sapp Monday.GREENWOOD.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mann Mr. friends and relatives.Mr. Mills Willie Mae Johns, Boots 1 Crawford. information and suggestions by constipation, headache

and Mrs. Henry Shaw and chll and Mrs. F. M. Merritt and Brown and Joe Brantley were the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and means of a clip-sheet for the last colds and fever.

dren spent the Fourth with Mr. daughters Mrs. Lavender and Miss the week-end here with his par daughter, Cleo, were the guests of 17 years. 10/ and 35* at dealers

y and Mrs Tim Mann. Ida -Merrltt and Miss Esala Sapp day evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. Grlffla of Starke ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. P. W Lewis of; Saturday -- -, -- .
attended church at Pine Level Ml. Kmmalrne PrlnaJe, Cor.
Elvle Inez and
Jacksonville, Miss ,
Sunday night. Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee was
', Thomas and Ml Bedla
Geneva s. Mr. and Mrs.. R. J. Turner spent RISING Macclenny Saturday night.
:Nettles of Lake Butler were visiting the week-end at Live Oak with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and Mr. II. G. Crawford and Aaron Spend Your Vacation at MIAMIThe

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. friends. Mr. II. M. J It..I1.. Cor. children,Mr. and Mrs. W. H. PrIn- Blackwelder of Miller, 'were visiting Millionaire's Playground with prices that fitEverybody.s

J. W. Lewis Sunday aftenaoon. Mr M. L. Johns was transacting gle, were visiting Mr. and Mra. J. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford
Misses Martha Amy and Mamie !
business in Starke Friday.Mr. S. Sapp Sunday. Friday.
i, Groover, Miss Elvle Mann, Miss and Mrs. Clinton Carroll Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand The world's best golf courses with green fees at 50c a j

,Bernice Crosby, Miss Lula Mae and children and Mr and Mrs. J. daughter, Hester and Miss Flora spent the week-end in Starke with children spent Saturday night day; Gulf Stream Fishing at lowest prices ; Free Bathing

Lewis and Miss Ruby Shaw, Mr E. Crews of Union county were Jackson, all of Sarasota, spent the her parents Mr and Mrs. H. O. ,at Macclenny the guests of Mr. and Beaches ; Three Free Band Concerts Weelky
r4 Mlnzle and Frank Groover, Mr; relatives.Mr. Rivers. Mrs.
visiting Mr. and .Mrs. G. W. Sapp week-end here with David Yarborough.James .
Coleman and A. Z. Padgett Mr. Sunday. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs., R. E. Lee of Russell Hodge of Hellbronn was HOTEL RATES LOWEST EVER QUOTED

L. O. and Johnnie Williams Lewis and, Mr.Mr.Fred A. Miss Essie Sapp left Tuesday 'to Mrs. 'E. J. Lewis spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sanders .visiting his cousins, Robert and A. Single rooms with private bath: $1.50 and $2.00

,i,' J.Shaw Mann Mr.all J. attended church at attend the annual 4-K Club campat with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott at of Penney Farms Mr. and Mrs.Perry' .J. Crawford Sunday morning.J. ,Double rooms with private bath : $2.00 and $2.50

interlachen. She will return Hellbronn. Hodge and Mr, Nelson B. Gasklns spent Sunday eve- Prices for meals also in keeping with the times
.n Midway Sunday. Saturday. Quite a number of people from Fllncher, of Jacksonville, were vistlng I ing at Evergreen the guest of his

d' Mr. I. W. Dyal spent Monday and Kite-Turner this and other sections attended a Mr. and. Mrs. C, A. Pringle ,cousins, J. E. and Bernard Rosier.

Tuesday with' his brother, Mr. T. Mr. Alvin Kite; son of Mr. and basket dinner at Crosby Lake Mon. Sunday. Miss Lucille Griffis of Rosedale HOTEL LEAMINGTON

p. Dyal. Ir j Mrs. J. B. Kite of Lake Butler and ? Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch of pent the week-end here the guestf

We are sorry to report that Mrs. Miss Hazel Turner, daughter of day.The family reunion at the homeof Evergreen were visiting Mr. and her ulster, Mrs. Lacy Norman.Mr. .

Mary Fowler Is 111 at this writing.We Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner of this Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae was Mrs. R. H. Futch Monday. and Mrs. E, W. Rosier and MIAMI-NE First Street.and.Third Avenue

all hope she will soon recover. place were qultely married Sat. enjoyed by all. Mr, and Mrs. Chone Peele of hlldren: of Jacksonville, have {.] (Bring a copy of this newspaper with you1 and obtain special rates J

4 Mr. Joe Ellerbee and slater, have urday night. The young couple Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McRae and Evergreen were visiting Mr. and moved back to their farm here for ... on sight-seeing trips and tickets to Miami' theatres.)

'' been, visiting at the home of Mr. will make their home at Lake Buter. little son, Jack of Lake City spent I I Mrs. A. B. Rosier Monday night. lie: summer months. X

and, Mrs. Dyal. We all wish them much happiness the week-end here with relatives. I CoT
Mr. Clyde Prescott Is visiting( and success in life. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and --- ''\ ', .----- -
", Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott. .
.- little son, Edwan! of Starke spent
Mrrf! Joe Ellerbee and children the, wkeek-end here with his par -- -- -- ----- -

; have returned home after spending ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae.
t a while here with her parents.HAMPTON VANDERBILTCirri .

Bell Norman. 'Cor. :
r. Hartsburg

Miss Mildred Alvarez spent the Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor. ; '"
MU. Adn, CO.. week-end ,' .
In Raiford with her sls- '

t ster, Mrs. Rodman Reddish.Mr. .''1:, i Austin .
Revival services began at the and Mrs. G. C. Norman 'qf Mr. Clyde and Arthur ,
Malone spent a few days with Mr; were In this section Thursday evening -
Baptist church last Sunday mornIng -
of'l and Mrs. F. M. Norman last week. .
and will continue indefinitely, '
Miss and Mrs. KIrkland spent
Josephine Green returnedto Rev.
L. Blrt of Gainesville was visiting
t P R. her home In Jacksonville Thurs Wednesday night with Mr. and

t friends and relatives here last day, after spending a week with Mrs. C. C. Brantley, and Mrs. J. S. COUNTY
I. relatives. Andrews. I
of North :
F. L. Oglesby Carolina
Miss Lillian Kelly and brothers, Misses Ethel Perry and Mary
Is visiting friends and" relatives
I J. R. and H. B., and Fred Halslop Lea Sowell of Jacksonville spent
t. here thIs week.
were visiting in this section Sunday night with Miss Virginia ,
t' M. C. Sweeney and family who I
Brantley. .
have been located .in the bungalowon Mien Mary Alvarez is Miss Sybil Jerry of Jacksonville
visiting In
church street, which is owned
Ft., White. spent Sunday night with Mrs. J. S. TELEGRAPH
by F. C. Gould, has removed to (
' Quite a number of Andrews, -
:, folks of this
the large dwelling of B. Y. Saxon'son '
N... Main street. section attended church at Raiford Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Degayler .
last week. Sunday night with Mr. and .
spent ,
;f, Rev. Mathlmm of Waldo pastor ,
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1, if.tlW Methodist Church, filled his Miss Carra Belle Norman Is visiting Mrs. C. C. Brantley. \ t .\ ."
In Jacksonville this Mr. H. B. Crawford of Otis was "t '
}F, last /! week. I
regular appointment Sunday .:. r''
Sun. '
;Miss Lubedla Alvarez and Mr. tho guest of Mr. Joe Brantley r ,.

;f. evening. Emery Johns 'were visiting In Ral- day afternoon. '" "I "',:
:( Mias Bessie Maxwell, a graduate '
ford Sunday afternoon.Mr. MIss Virginia Brantley was the ff': .. .
:, ir nurse, from Lumberton N. C., who -"
of Miss Lois Starling Sun .' y4
and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of guest I : .
)\a" been visiting friends and r.ela- ; .' ;
'[ her home In Bell, were visiting their son. Mr. day.Miss ;. io-, One Year '. : '
I lives hero, returned to AUK Barnes Saturday last. Kate Andrews was the '\:: L. ... :;
this week;, I
Lumberton i cf Miss Ruth Brantley Sun. "
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman and guest i7" .
d Mrs. Ousley of Miami has recently ,
daughter, Mattle dinner ,
been the of friends and were day.Mr ;,}. ; .1" .> '
if. ; guest guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. John. and Mrs. G. C. Edwards was '< : : 1,,
relatives here. the guest of Mrs. J. S. Andrews. t- Ii -. I .f'
on of Raiford tj
Sunday. {
.; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of I If'r., ... < ; ,j' '' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp were Sunday. '<"
visited here last Sun the : '. It!
Macclenny visiting( Mr. and Mrs. Jv C. Alvarez Mlaa .Virginia Kirkland was *> ,' t.v"IV1 *
R day. Ruth Brantley Sunday 'I; *' forT "
Wednesday.Miss guest of Miss .- I
, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, who has been Beatrice Parrlih and broth- : >."IT..> 1 1 .
attending revival services at The.'l Lossle and Rosa Anderson ".J. I
us, Wilbur and Misses \" II. I
of Menace
' re sa, has returned to her home have returned home after of Hellbronn Springs attended ...,;.. .' ,,,( I
\ 'F here. night and 1 ,"
i spending a few weeks with friends church at Saxton '
Mrs. C. A. Blrt, accompanied by and relatives. Monday. n
her mother Mrs. A. Lane, and sisters J" "
I t There will be no sing at Water. ",

t Mrs. Q. B. Fincher and Mrs.visited oak second Sunday afternoon on _s._. ....... -.- ......._ ". .,
W. B. Keenman all of Tampa, '
'. Tallahassee account of the B. Y. P. U. Federation SAXTON \ T; : '
friends and relatives In '
which Is to be held with ,
last Saturday. Hope $1.5'O .
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church at Theressa. Miss June Tyler, Cor. 1"". ... '
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GRAHAM Mr. W. M. Norman and familyof ff .
Woverly, were visiting friends y ,r. '. f

MI.. Elton Jokniim, ('or. and relatives here Saturday i ,d .
Lorona Green Cor. .
hiss Alma Crews of Lawtey attended ,; .

church at Saxton Sunday. .
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The Graham baseball team- entertained Miss Viola and Jennie Tyler were

,: with a square dance Thursday Miss Pauline Green spent Saturday visiting Mrs. A. C. Sumner Saturday :
night given in the vacant store : night with Miss Mildred San ;
afternoon.Mr. ,
!II Local
building owned by E. Strickland a ders.. Harley Crawford of Jack News ::

r large crowd enjoyed dancing until There was a large'' crowd who sonvllle Saturday night with "1olr.I I
attended church at
i a late hour. Friday night

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones and the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I Crockett Sumner. Hellbronn 1 J.. .....
of '
Mr. Buck Starling ,
daughter Ruby Mae, and Miss Kersey. attended church at Sax. ,.1
Cleo Reynolds of Tampa arrived Miss Gladys Keene and Doris Springs / ,

here Friday to spend a few days Kersey were visiting Mlas Pauline ton Sunday.Mr.. A. .C. Sumner and son County News :

with friends and relatives.Mr. and Lorena Green Thursday after- Crockett atended to business in

and Mra. Olin Craves of noon. '

Wlndermere, are here to stay a few There was a dancing contest Jacksonville Tuesday. attended ;1
Mrs. A. Taylor of Lawtey
months. given to the best dancer Monday "
church at Saxton Sunday.EVERGREEN .
Mrs. W. D. Rhodes and daughter evening at the Spotlight dance hall ,
State News
Mary Elizabeth and son, at Starke. Those who won the

.' Grover and Miss Gertie Johnson square dance were Mr. Tate Brown t ,

" "- of Lake Wales were visiting Mr. and Miss Pauline Green Mr. Roy T

" and Mrs. R. IS. Johnson and family McKinney and Ruby William The
i Mr*. F. A. "..!... Co*.
Saturday Sunday and Mon. prizes were cake and chicken. The

day.Mr. cake was given to Pauline Green

and Mrs. L. D. RIgdon of and Fate' Brown and the chicken J. E. Rosier and daughter, Paul

[Btarke were visiting\ Mr, and M .. **'*,,".....* ...' ,I .
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)roUJ& mADFonn coroner TcucanArn,,. STARKE FLORIDA FKIOAV, .:ItI: ,.

: =: .'.'-- :":' = =--';' ---J JPressing'Farms r sale 'or-lease or offer ;;sale-or themselves- -well- t
lease of any article, or for the combinations. from general unemployment. The treeless drives, are' planting/ ::

[ t 1 purpose of making such sale or If one is planning the meals with bonus men used their war recordfor trees and preserving the oloh oe""!

; SociettjJ Miss Lull Wllkerfton. Cor. lease, makes any statement, writ the food budget In mind, it Is well, a club and It worked 'On the Is another heritage poster!.\ 4'111 at,,,

ten or oral, (1)' Intended or calculated to buy enough small. fish, or one I weak-kneed men of the house of be grateful for. -St Pete ;

:- ; to lead any person to be- sufficiently large\ to suppJy the representatives. Why It should Times. urr
Mrs. Bertha Griffin and
daughter lieve that any part of the price at family for several\ meals. The first have we cannot see for the uneco- .

,,. from RosedaJe jwerp vlsltlnfc whichsuch article- sold or leased, meal of boiled fish may be used nomic phases of the matter are'too FLORIDA SHELL!: FISH

I N. T. KITCII CKI.BBKATKS' JUNIOR WOODMEN\ CIRCLE through this section Saturday. or offered for sale or lease, consistsof with a tasty fish sauce, the left well known to even need reitera

I niKTIID\Y -. -- Mrs. Odessta Griff .and daughter a tax imposed under the author. overs may be served in salads Although shell-fish. In I92C
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'p., Members of the Junior Woodmen of Rosedale, were visiting Mr. Ity of the United States, or (2)) ascribing salads, cocktails or cream sauces, tion.Our sympathies are with the unemployed I duced commercially about 21." ??,<.,,

Circle met at the Hall Friday E. L. Wilkerson Saturday. a particular part of such or many other tantalizing dishes. who were not soldiers, 356 pounds valued at
3, N, T, Ritch gaily celebrated hili a-vl Austin over Jl: ooo() .
twelfth birthday by giving a partyto afternoon at 3 o'clock. A good attendance Mr Eugene Hughey Wilker.I price to a, tax Imposed under the Because fresh fish Jose flavor in and who therefore have no cause 000, the Industry is poaalb; ,f

I a number of his friends* Saturday was represented and were visiting Mr. Harry authority of the United States, boiling It.Jfl well to prepare themIn for demanding money from our much greater development, 'II.
I evening at the home of his plans were mad and discussed son Sunday.Mr. knowing that such statement is. a nicely seasoned court Bouillon, government. They are to pitied fish abound in the coastal w." ,
I concerning picnics to be given. The Wilbur Knight were visitingMr. false that the tax Is not so great In r
mother Mrs. N. T. Rltch, on N. or acidulated water, or as some do for they have no recourse except of Florida from Fernandina ai
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Cherry street. next meeting will be held July Utl1 Harry Wilkerson Sunday. is as the portion of such price ascribed a salted liquid made of half sweet that of rebellion, unless the nation Key West to IVn.sacolfi. Sh <

The children *pent a merry time at 3 o'clock at Mrs.the J.hall.U Silcox, visiting Miss Leah Miss Grlffis Lulu Wllkerson of Maxvllle for a to such tax, shall be guilty of a milk and half water allowing themto comes to their aid.-Thomasville. oysters, clams, lobsters, crabs rnn ur.

playing games and presentingtheir I misdemeanor and upon conviction cool in this liquid. Then drain (Ga.) Times-Enterprise. \ ties, scallnpn, conchs and c,
while. ini
Junior Supervise I thereof shall be punished by a fine and divide into their natural add their
host with presents, and later Mr. W. Grlffis of Max ll1e Is : -- .- quota the value! t\\t\\
of not than Imprisonment
more $1000 or by
were'invited to the birthday feast MIC. HILL THANKS! VOTKIIS visiting Mr. Lloyd'Wllkerson for a flakes. TREELESS: KO.\I)SIIKS natural rt'Hource. Too little nen.llqn .

which was served on the wide week. not exceeding one year. Any of the salad' plants or vegetables ---- I has been given to dh"I'>' 'isli!

screened porch. The tables was To my Friends In Bradford County: Mr. and Mrs. Lacy GrlffU from or IS both. combine nicely with flaked Docs the pressing expansion of In the piist. Because of n or

centered by a large white cake on It Is with a deep sense of grat Maxvllle are visiting her parents, I fish or shell fish. Cooked vegetables automobile runways necessarily food content and the fact thai HPV

which burned twelve pink tapers. tude that I am thanking you for Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilkerson for a that'have been chilled make Involve tree annihilation Are a home-produced product nev

P Ice Cream and cake were served your wonderful support during my few days. ACCESSORIES; ; \ TAXABLE excellent fillers and may be usedIn grams? Must adequate highwaysnecessuiily pro should merit'" a prominent plat i in

bw Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Mrs. T. J.'Griffin recent campaign. I endeavored to M'r. Johnnie, Louie and Paul Fri. the proportions of half flaked be our menus. 'Essentially a protein
:' ; and pop-sickles were given of The collector of Internal revenue seafoods and half with- open gashes or they have been -considered! a
make it clean so that In event go were visiting Mr. Lloytl Wllker vegetables wounds in the country-side ? cuoil
P' as favors. As a surprise to N. T, defeat or victory you could bi son Saturday. for the' District of Florida desiresto out impairing the flavor of the sea It meat I they do, then the gain will be
T ,,- the guests all/ Joined In singing glad that .you stood with roe, and Mrs Ben Pendarenous was visiting advise those Interested in the food. Or the vegetable portion hollow and unreal. Communities given to the rich mineral nn< vitamin .
t manufacture of automobile .
"Happy Birthday to You although I lost my race for tax Mrs. Monds Saturday accessories -' may be a combination of severalfor without trees elements-concentrated wnnin"
are tawdry, ugly and
that storage
4 The invited guests were: Ruth assessor the friends I have mad Mrs. Minnie Moore was visitingMrs. spark plugs, the purpose of contrasting color Indeed their tissues.
i, Wyman, Juanita Barefoot, Bettie batteries, leaf springs, coils, timers : and actually repulsive. They --.- .-.
n'have_, m more p than comnensated. me J. H. Monds Saturday.Mr. variety in flavor. The flavor 1 are like a face without features.
1 1I t : Lee Crews, Margaret and Edna for the loss of the office. Wavor Grlffis :Mr. Lloyd and tire chains which are suitable I' Is enhanced It the cooked vegetables Nor The choice consumer demands
rural '
are bet
for use___ mt__ nt__> _In_ _'!rnnnnrMnn____ With oran highways any
Clarice Gill rounded hams
Pearce Lillian of
Stump nnn un n
; 'p4 .to! marinated in high
my opponent I offer my congratulations Grlffis! spent Sunday night with are a prepara. ter oft without the border of trees. quality,
: i. ? Pansy Cone, Mary Harriet and and. wish for him a Mr.,and Mrs. L. D. Prevatt. component parts' of automobiletruck"br tlon of oil vinegar, salt and pepper There are communities and statesIn carrying the minimum of fat ana
Harold Bishop) L'Kta Corpening, other' automobile, chassH: ,one hour before 'weighing from 8 to 12 pounds
successful administration, assuring Mr. and Mrs. Rob Carter from combining which: the widening of highways. He
Edith Jones, Tom Massey, Nettle him of my hearty cooperation Clay Hill were visiting her 'slater, or motor cycles are considered with the fish flakes. und streets is the 'Is now beginning to demand hut

Dowling, Tommy Ritch, A. Z. Ad- and oak that you will give to him Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Monds Satur- parts or accessories for such articles 'l'he garnishes should be crisp tearing down of accompanied'fine by, trees I they be Florida peanut hams
hlns, Jr. Ralph Rhodes, Billy Long, whether 'or not primarily designed many I
1 the same' loyal support that you and cold, and unless neutraly flavored without ,
Jack Halle, Billy Taylor, Emmett day.Mrs. or adapted for such use. a well-designed plan '\OTICK! ON1 ,t,','r.H'1"0" tint
would so gladly have given me. \ Nelson Prescott and son I should blend! with the flavorof and adequate means for planting TIX" IIKKItNotice
Therefore of above
t- Key Perryman, and -Jtelen and and realIzing L. Wil- any other ingredients. The fresh
Lot's all forget politics Earl, were visiting Mrs. E. trees to take the of those
; named manufactured articles
; David Darby of East Orange N. that in there I Is week. are salad plants and while
unity last vegetables
kerRon! one day taxable at the' rate of two destroyed. Often no thought at all IK hereby Klven, thm. II.,.
.1. strength, work together to make Mis. May O'Quinn and daughterwere percentof enhancing the appearance of the Is given the matter of J M Seyiiiorn" holclur of THX [ftfats
the amount for which sold and replacement.The N... 18, City of Stark (II |,,>
tI Bradford! one of the most prosperous visiting her sister, Mrs. L. F. salad contain valuable mineral u
% ; any' Individual or program is one of ugliflcation of AuviiRt A. I>. 11)21. him rill-it, "urlrertlflrHte ,
corporation partnf'rshlp'tleallng -
I [ counties :in the state. Tyre Monday.Mr. Halts/ and vitamins that add to .the rather than of beautification. In my office anil wlc,f
W. M. S. CIRCLES In of the above In .
4 any mipllcntlon for tax ilveil .
Wilbur nutritive content of the food, \ -me
sincerely yours Wllkerson, Mr.
KNTKKTAINKI!: > Harry articles' from new this respect Florida itself Is per- thereon 'In accordance wit I I": Siihf
Louis H. Hill. attended church at : manufactured ,certlflcnt unliravj-K the ,
Knight roinMiiutloii Seafood Sulutl Ilaps one of the world's worst of full "ng 1
_. material, are considered manufacturers JcHcrlhert properly situated In ,'11,
Both circles of the Woman's Missionary -'--- Saxton Sunday. % within the meaning of the 1 Cup flaked fish cold boiled. fenders. or Ntarke, Hinilforil county PM
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Monds, Mr. liln, to-wit:
Society 'of the Methodist LETTER OF AI'I'UE'JTION'Dy act: 1 cup cooked and diced shrimp Why build all these fine
; c Carter Mrs. J. E. costly Lots 8, U, 10 of Block 25, I. T A
church met Monday afternoon and and Mrs. Rob I Attention Is called particularly Plain mayonnaise to mix. highways and manufacture these Company'H. Addition to Mtmke

held profitable meetings both this method I wish to expressto I Knight, Misses Myrtle and all Melba attended to storage batteries. For Instance, 1 1-Z cups finely minced celery. millions of automobiles if thereby under The the assessment said. o..i'tlflcnt of niilil. INHIIPII propel'wu

spiritually and socially.Mrs. the voters of Bradford countymy Knight and Dempsey Knight parts from two or three batteries 1-2 cup finely minced cabbage. tire countryside is rendered hideous In the name of Livingston Truh,, &:

O. L.:. Beasley was hostess sincere appreciation of the vote church at Saxton' Saturday may be assembled into one service. 2 red radishes unpeeled and ? We build good roads and cars I'omimnyITnlexH .said f i-tlflt.-at whall tdeemnd "> ,

):, to the Noble ,White Circle- the and support they gave me in the night. able batelryt or one cell may be re- sliced thin. of excellent workmanship to take according to law. tux, ,dArt t

'I guests being seated on the shaded, rape;f'<>r, sheriff of Bradford countY Mrs.mother.Victoria Mrs.Monds E. L.was Wilkerson visitingher meved iris a vetotifervlceable bat Suit and paprika. UH back to nature and l then do all AiiftUMt will Issue A.thereon l U. 1IM2: on (th.I 8th dai .'

screened porch which was charmIngly ,'.: ,..'. last tery and placed In another battery. Pinch of curry powder.1.head that is within our power to destroy Iiiitei. I thin. Ttli day I of July, A I nI'm.

I decorated with bright hued;! While I was -not successful In Monday. Mrs.J. I This renders the Individual, corpor. lettuce. nature.: O. 'W. ,\rDE'UfAN.
_ Miss Annie Carter visited
1% S garden flowers. The meeting was winning the nomination, I have the mornlntt.Mrs. ation 'or partnership: subject to the Chop the celery and cabbage; fine, Here and there thanks to the ((8..1)) Clerk of Circuit Court,

opened with prayer by the president satisfaction of knowing that I rana H. Monds Friday and daughter tax as:a: manufacturer.: I slice he radishes thm, mix with thoughtful, cities, towns and states, 1.B-lit-8.6.Iliad ol'd County Flaril. U.

? Mrs. T. J. Griffin, after which clean and fair race, and I wish May"O'Quinn Requisitions/ "'for forms for reporting -I shrimp and fish flakes and may- I --

) 'I{ a short business session was con- to express to the, entire citizenryof Mrs. Mab'e' Tyre were visiting the tax: ,phould be made of onnnlxe, add salt, paprika, curry '

,ducted by MisS Amelia Ray, assistant this county my willingness to their mother, Mrs J. E. Knight- the collector ''of Internal revenue, and lemon juice and stir thorough ( 7..1 I

,i ;3 circle leader. submit to. the will of the majorityand one day last week. visiting Jacksonville, Florida and all deal ly. Let stand for some minutes. % OJow to play BridgeAUCTION
Wlttfeldt was -
:k The devotional service was conducted assure you that Twill againbe Mr. Walter ers or manufacturers of any of the Arrange lettuce fill in salad mix %
f ::, by Mrs. W. E. Middleton, a candidate for the office of Mr. John. Wilkerson Tuesday above articles, if subject to tax, ture in little mounds l top with a wCONTRACT{ I

k the theme being "Finding God In sheriff. afternoon.Mr. should promptly commulcate with spoon of mayonnaise and sprinkle

Dally Life." Mrs. A. Wood discussed Again thanking you for your and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt that office. with paprika. I
her father and mother .
i. were visiting _
the leaflet
subject, support and vote, I am. -- .
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. WIlk.erson .
:. _ was "China Travels Forward," after Yours sincerely, THE BONUS AICMY RETREAT
,', ,, ,. which Mrs. J. W. White told A. O. Andreu. Saturday. r"1tNJ! ) I'.1'OOII.I) ty Wynne Ferguson I

the story of "A Woman Golden _
The bonus army Is retreating. Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE
( ---+ S
_ 44 Deeds, who was Dr. Margaret __
:" Polk a worker In China for over EXPLAINS! FEDERAL TAX Fish itnu "aioou , are delightful Tills is a good sign. It shows that -a'-
I' THANKS VOTERSI eurc.-ncj; foods. They.are the activities were of a peaceful Copyr rilhl< 1931,by Hoyle, Jr.
forty years. ,,
i During the social period the hostess The collector of internal.revenuu. wholesome, nutritious; and if care- nature and that they were not carried I

assisted by Mn. H. B. Mc- wish to thank all of the people for the) district of Florida has received fully flavored aqd ,blended, delight to the point to which the com ARTICLE No. 35One .

::' I Lendon and' 'Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, courtesies of Bradford shown me county during for the the recent several InqutrleH regarding' the palate ofthe, } jppqt discriminat munlsts would have lead them had With what- type of hand should a of the best liked memtirrso' onl|

I ________ served a refreshing Ice course. the, Increase in price of certain ar- ing. The heavier\; seafood alads I not the bonus men been Americansfirst player raise his partner's' bid? One of of the New York Card Clubs IS al
election and those who '
l Mrs. Beaaley's guests were Mes- sup tides taxable under the revenue may serve'as': tHe principal dish at and personal seekers second the first points to notice is that no old Professor of Greek at one of tin.

I' dames W. E. Mlddleton, S. S. ported me have earned my lasting act of 1932 effective June 21st. a lunCheon, white the lighter ones The army is now going home. j player has a justifiable raise for h ltpartner'lIsuit local Universities. lie has read every

: gratitude. During the next four 1932 and being sold by the retail may'' either be ''used as the first There is nothing they can do In bid unless he has at least thing that has been published on thl.
ii Dowling, A. Z.'AOIlns T. J. Griffin ,
,f years the best service of which I is a dinner to replace the Washington and the stress and i three small trumps or two to an honor. game, but has never been able u
_ J. W. White A. Wood K. trade. When the retailer quo* Lacking such in
holdings the Become
S'I will be all of the trump in
am capable given or as the salad course. They trouble of the march 1s I 1 gone for a good player. Every once t
I( _ Matthews, A. W. Regrave, W. H. people of Bradford county. tinned regarding the advance In I soup suit, a playet should deny, not assist while he has a bad night, and, when hi
_: Struth, A. W. Anderson. H. B. Mc-' W. J. price, the purchaser Is advised that offer opportuntttl"es'that challenge naught.' his partner's bid. Provided, however, does his partners try to grin and be.ii
v I Lendon, Misses Kate Struth and .. Epperson. the advance In price is, due to the tho skill of the housewife or hostess This was a foolish stunt., In a that the player does hold at least three it. The following hand is an illustration
Amelia Ray. whether she combines them at way and yet if we had been one small trumps, he may assist his part.ner's of the Professor s game, and is applira

oft I The Harriet Peek Circle" API'KECIATES VOTE tax.The attention of the retailer Is the table in the presence of the of the bonus army tha encourage. bid if he holds any of the following! ble either to Auction or to Contract
_ was entertained supporting values: (first) aces, kings
family or guests, of in the kitch ment that came from the '
by Mrs. E. K. Perryman I wish to extend my thanks and called to the fact that in practically presenceof and queens of thffElher suir; (second;) Hearts -- 1,5

_ and Mrs. G. A. Taylor at the home appreciation to the voters for' the all Instances the tax Is paid by en.The those men In Washington on ability to trump some short or missing Cluhs 9,6.
_j Ir of the former. The circle leader, and the manufacturer and cannot leg- ability to combine left-overs members of congress would have suit; (third) the fact that the support DiamonrJIIIJ, 10, 2
co-operation given
support. :! me be to the public until Into harmonious salads of pleasing stimulated us to hope that the ing hand holds four or more cards of Spades Q, 9, 8,5,2
Mrs. J. H. Rltch, conducted the devotional on June 28. I Ue ally charged '
apprec1at, nom ---
i him the manufacturer flavor a d color' contrasts Is one lobe bent, way to lobby would be In partner's suit, or three to an honor. 1
to by
___ service, and was followed ination for tax assessor very much passed on Please note, that the values of the : Dummy t
Information desired In tha-Interests ,of variety groups, sufficient to cause such high\
by Miss Olive Ray reading a paper and shall endeavor to give thebet' or jobber andtoithe cards in Of IA B :
_ you troubles support partner's best bit!
It'Is in the menuand in as the feeding and hous-
about Fletcher Brock, a friend of ** vtce possible. of the retail trade; are very nearly double their sure trickor : Professor :
China. deemed advisable to acquaint'them the food budget. Cold left overs ing of the bonus ,men did. defensive value.
_ 4 & Very truly, from 'boiled or steamed canned or However, futile and inane the Hearts! K, 4
: U. S. Revised "Ability -to tru. short '
At the close of the meetIng Mrs -V N. D. Walnwrlght. with Section 1123 p some or
f ." reads follows: : potted, spiced or pickled, even left gesture might have been it was missing suit" is usually valued as Clubs-A, Q
served which as
Perryman and Wra. Taylor 1, .. Statutes,
< -:---- ---- I I follows Diamonds- A< 8, !5 I, 4, 3
I from'' quick-baked fish lend merely a small of :
a tempting ice to the following NOTICE '"Whoever In connection with the overs cry .Ihe dlsorgan- A K ()
course \ I d A doubleton Is worth H trick with Spades. J.l
, _ I, guests' : Miss Olive May,, ----" ------ 3 trumps and 1 trick with 4 trumps. The Professor's contract wa

_ Mesdames J. H. Ritch A. H. Mar- The registration books of the A singleton is worth 1 trick with 3 spades and A led the ace of drafts and

_' Icy. Jr., W. F. Jones, J. F. Colley, city of Starke will!! be open for the trumps and 2 tricks with 4 trumps. then a low heart, which the Prn'csnol)
;d N. T. Ritch and Mrs. Pearl Snyder. registration of electors! from Thursday A blank suit is worth 2 tricks witlt won with the king. lie then took\ out

4I The Harriet Peek Circle was'in. July 14th to Saturday trumps and 3 tricks with 4 trump. the trumps and led a small club front
"The fact that the
A supporting hand dummy and finessed with Ins queen
vited to meet with Mrs. J. F. Col- gust; 13, 1932, inclusive.C. FLAGFos holds four or more cards of partner' The I 'ng was in A'. hand, so that the

II ley the first Monday'In Auguot.t A. FUTCH, suit or three to an honor," is usually Professor failed to make his! contrail

_ I ---. --. Registration Officer,, City ,of valued as follows: as he subsequently lost the king "I
Three small ... ,.. 0 tricks '
t Starke 7-8-31-7-22. trumps diamonds, which was also in A's h"mil.
J ? _ : MISS! I1ASS.YOK' OF S.CIlltlNl!: The ace or king ... .
.1 trick 1'ru.
j iw.:.; Every Hone'FRE'E ? After the hand was over, the
WEDS DK. J. | TOMM.YSON .- EARLY iMOKNINU BLAZE: Thequeen. .H:; trick lessor said to his partner, "Well, P-1'
't ,''''C. .. '_ Four small trumps..... ., ..1 1 trick ncr, if the king of clubs had been ont
; Four trumps headed by an honor the right side, I would have made my
Fire breaking out 'at 4 o'clock 1 trick plus honor,value "HIS
; bid. good pl.1)'er,
I Miss Charlotte Bassage, daughter partner, a very
Sunday morning completely destroyed Five small trumps.,... ....l.i) tricks replied: "You could have gone game
of Mr. and':AIrs. Bert *
Massage Five
the Errol Alvarez buildIng trumps headed by an/ honor without taking the nesee. After you
of Sebring and Dr. J, P. Tomlinson, 2 tricks
had taken the
on highway 13, outside! the out opponents' trump'i
,. Jr., son of Mr.'and' Mrs. J. P. Tom Two values must be placed on all you should have led a low diamond
north limits. Mr.
1 ,. ]linson. Sr., of .,Lake Wale ,---were city high cards;First,their values in defense toward the queen in dummy.A bad the
Y family 2 o'clock iiftbndAy THIS IS THE WASHINGTON BICENTENNIAL and 'Should of opponents' bids., This is .
married at"ll' o'clock Wednesday, Every Home their sure king, so that your diamonds were .*.t

;, I June'29th at-tha Ivey Apartments. the morning Fourth for with Jacksonville relatives to and spend the Fly a Plag. This Flag u full 5 feet long and 3 feet.wide, made of good quaj- trick support value.of partner's Second, their best bid.value The in you up and could on the have last discarded two in t your two 10.,1 hand U',

; ; The double ring ceremony was per flames were discovered some'' two ity, Cotton Bunting with tiewed! stripes, ":olors guaranteed fast to sun and rain. latter valuation is much higher than clubs in dummy." This criticism ,,"*
___ formed by the Re,;. Heber Weller, 4 their sure trick valuation because the correct and the Professor apolagued 1
hours later The first floor of the Strong canvas heading arid brass *
____ rector of the Episcopal church. f gro mmets. chance that they maybe trumped] is for taking a finesse \'.'hen it w 0
% __ PreciWing.! .. ,tb4eremony.: nuptial' building was used by Mr. Alvarez' Icssand the chances setting up a suit necessary. His partner was silent f'a *

'; music was given by Mrs. Norman for' a barber shop and store; the This Flagf'Given Free With Each New or Renewal much stronger/Tfaeir1 value as cards of iimute, and then said: "."'e1I, I'ro
Lane and Mrs. w H. upper floor being used by the famIly re-entry is also ''considerable. These essor, it looks as if anybody can t

_ bride wajVglvefl ,
; her father" and was attended '
__ p Mrs. James:Ingle Jr.,-of Sebrlng.jLaurle by. rebuild. and Mr. Alyarea.ptani, t$ :& Formerly Farm and Live Stock Record Problem

; \ Tomllnson. brother of the .
t hearts-none
l 1\ Year 50 Cents
\ 3 Years $1.00 '
} bridegrjHim, was* best man. Mrs. The roots of Uahla grass wlU '.' Clubs-8,5J!I _

", vi i: Tomlinson.,'Wtlh'wore matching: a white accessories crepe ensemble weeks/grow as during much as the five summer feet tn rainy five :THE FLORIDA FARMER AND .FR UIT GROWER, known for nearly 15 lIeartsnone' Spades Diamonds- Q-, ii 6,,6-t _

?., and carried bride's bouquet of season. Dr. W. A. Leukel agronomist years as the FARM AND LIVE STOCK RECORD, is. tho.most widely read Clubs- 0,7,2 t--. Y -I. Club Hearts- J I K., f) '

__ ruses Informal aod''lilies of the valley. An at the Florida Experiment magazine published in FLORIDA, 'coy ering every interest of> UuT'Home, Gar tbamon-, 7, J A B : Diamonds, ; Joi
reception was held Immediately Station, ;Who has made a special .I. Spades-J, 7,4 : z s Spadel--5,
-I after the ceremony. Mr. study of Bnhla grass! roots, has den, Grove, Farm, Dairy, Poultry, Tu ng Oil Industry, Citrus, Fruits, Bulbs I _

,: ': and Mrs. Tomllnson left on a honeymoon found that they frequently grow and Flowers, Household Helps, Fashio ns, Fiction, Humor-A Magazine for I }le.lrts--AIO,9
a_ K. 4
: trip to Cuba and on their eight feet long. the Famil,.. Lianon4sQ, J
: return will reside in Lake Wales. .
------ (Published 9
-- by the Publisher of the )Florid Times-Union Spades- C
The .
bride i in the only
daughter of St. Augustine lawns that turn - - - - - - - - -
'. Mr. and Mrs. liert Bassage of Seb yellow In spots which gradually FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT GRO WER. There are no trumps( and 7i i i. in the I will win and lead a diamond, putlB !
ring a'1d'ls a graduate of the Seb. iipread over the lawn lead. How care Y X win sit of the eight i in the lead and forcing him to 1 Ic

_ ,,' _ ". ring High School and of the Flor bothered with cinch are Ukely FormerlyF'i3Rw1'AND LIVE STOCK RE ORD. . ; "" . . . 19)2JacLionvill tricks against any defense? hearts to Z's tenace cr spades tj "
_ I ida State College for Women. bugs, says J. Florida Z should lead the nine of spades. If tenace. A can also lead a .diam(
The <
It. A
Watson entomologist with the covers with the jack, Y should
play B in the
f \ putting the lead with s.
fII : _ ,; :Mrs.bridegroom. J. P. Tomlinson Is the son Sr.of Dr. and Florida Experiment Station. The Enclosed find; ': .l. for which please Jnd .me the FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT clubs.the queen If A and then lead the three of result. A can also lead a spade to,"
of Lake most satisfactory: control Is to dust refuses to cover, Y should tenace. Y would win these two tel."
I _ ,Wales, and is associated with his I the lawn with very fine, tobacco GROWER for.Y ar. to address :below, alto send me the 3x5 foot American Flag. .also play low. Y should then play the and lead a diamond putting B in "
father king of club. In
k : in medical circles. dust. either event Z would lead and forcing him to lead htarti -O

'._ Dr. Tomllnson before moving to (Slate which) nJli} .,.I, 1'Iolit1o\; \ ,j Signed ,... .: ., ... . . .. . clubs.will the second trick with the king of Z's tenace.
Lake Wales made Starke his home I For Sale at AuctlonPractlcal: 1. ....;; ..' ""''VW... .) ....." .. clubs. A can should either then lead) win the the four trick of 'bIfAallow.B) to win th* t'' J
1.n- (a
_' Vlll and has many friends here who ly entire furnishings of house. Sale New.t-4 '..". .Ja. .!J.. : : ; tlfb1H: .A drCS8 't" . . . . . . with the queen or (b) allow B to win trick with the jack of club., the rewltintfte

r learn with interest of his mar : Saturday 4 p. m. near courthouse -,..- with th<")' etc.I same.All B can make is the kuof

riage. J. N. Rutledge. it. Renewal 1, | '..0:" ... f: ..-' ;J jf 'ins. .he .rick; \\!th the queen! :' thattY. Z must make I .*

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.QStSJ oS Mr I OL11a11'e Rare11'MI --- -- .. "
the week-end J A. Saul spent i| M1NEHLCONTENTOF'/ I Report of t... ri.rk .f Circuit Hy amountLollrlffH, :'. -,.ITi I'nl" 1,,,. old ?,'rtlladht' .hnIJ.y. r b ,
Alma Ga.. with : SHELL FISHLike I ICnurt ,In and tor Bradford County, > Sal, duo Jinx' 3d :.i'. L'4Wldowa ilci-niril. HI ,urdliiir to.. luwwill .. h.dded Ii '
: relatives. .Florida, on account nf Tax.. aaii- P...'.. Faad.To ,I-NIII, 'ih. ..T".>n on ill," lag trf 4 t'
Bits of I ..d for tho yoar 1111.C. ; hat duo J\rI.i:\ S70H3 ?. Ausu"t!,, I I 1819. d"
fruit and vegetables shell! : A Kniirhf. lea colUotor. My ntiiniint 65 RN elided i in* 2uth:!! da!' .2 .Ill ,\. ,
pr; and Mrs: 'J. P: Tomllnson, County' Prop** Tn Iml, clue Ju.... 30 __ __ 5S6 14 I). 19.12. Ik : V
Jr., of Lake Wales flall\ possess the power to take Ta hs1, due JuniI '."HI r.r.Ky ............. O. W'LUIIoI\li'I\tA" ,, ,
S visited friendsIn frvtn theta environment those (nor. Amount eollseled 664.90: Tn pal. due Jane' I Ja..IID I'h'rk ..".'... ..11... It. i
Starke Wednesday Ta biAJ., /III" Juno JO __ 6163.*( Oy .un.>uni> inilm4t _. 311.Nil (8' x1) I1r"U"'d ('"unly. Fiends. :,
.re ganlo minerals necessary for their Klnr A r'..rf.ltar. To Ire! .Int.. June 10 aOII.l1I:l lItoad .

II local ./. Mrs.-L.-S.-Hutto---returned-- froma own physical 1 welfara and trans. Ta I niiiount tiaK'; dn.'H..c',1 Juno) I ttSH a\13..(00Hy inT ,i' A Mrlda-v*.... and Kink.Inac j_ _I-GI.7.2le_;; __ ..1' _. _.__ r

) visit In form them Into organic substances <> 1 bnl l ,h... Juno :10 SOU.111 'Tn b.Hl, illlo Juno 1 11,11771v : : ; VnnNnlliw > '
Charleston "I'\
Columbia \OIKI: 0. tl'r IJe '
and ,
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I suitable for the needs of the\ human ( Concerning Our People Butinttt and Orungeburg S. C, last Wednesday M..lHt....... \ Iml dnr! J 1:1,447: T1 1'.1x; : '
body. Shell-fish! are richer in minerals To bat due Jute I S707.19 i 'i."f. ICit t IM. hereby III l on. that, I*, A.
:;J Progre of the County and Town. : than regular< ----.- Ti bal due June nil nfil.49foantr i Niv 4''. 'th tliiy of ,lute A. n 'let *
-- -- --- i amount This Is due in part to the BolUloB. :NO" hM* riled Bald i.el i tirUiHin I '' In iik>* '"
IK hi <>r 'l'l'l I4'\ IHtF H
For Sale at Auction- Practical- high percentage of ,calcium for To lull. ,din JIIIIM 1 370.It* I' + .\.t.It.:; ..:..:.> i' flcu anil made. dpnlltiilloii', tn,' .IiilniMl "' I
!.,.,II,.,.II II,.,.II II,.,.IIIKTIIER .,.,..,.,. My Hiiioiinl itillxrlml US.CDTu lo IttMiio ihoioiin In ncoordAntfo (
---- ......... ----------- shells, and
y25k5 5 eQoac.ara: ::: : ==rara.: : ra: Q=QOQOOOGG d ly entire furnishings of house Sale Iron stored la the livers l>nl I. duo. .h",,.* 1U .. 11(184( Nolloe ,In hor.'hv ulvpn that fl with I..w.1oI'd' -ilirlml. wmbimiIliw i' ,
Saturday 4 p. m. near courthouse. which Ri"o the red color, to the Comntr nchnol- ...r.1 ,F, l'n\l' I.., hnlilxr 0' Tax CcrtlflcataNo I tnll \v In It' iloaCrllivil, l>rl'i>.lMalluatod .
\\ REPORT Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hurst and J. shells of To lull due Juno t ._ 44411.A* ttl, 81 ih day of AiiimM, A l lmi n. 111 llrmlfoiil. rnunty. ,KlfnUla. 1 '
family of Jacksonville, spent Sun- N. Rutledge. It. lobsters and crabs when Tu b..l.l U. -- -- boiled. Iron the coloring pigment < ........ 1'o11. inv: "ft'h'9 and nt, II. applli'ittloii" for, rWt; HUH n I > Htnrlr ","v5tleon" compiled by Starke Branch day at the home 0f Mr. and Mrs. of red blood To b.. I. due Juno t .. 232 AO Inv fiord tn issue, there,n tn nPunidMnoo : In Ward 'ily HWtnn| 1 Twp., T, .-< {
entry Department. Roy Edwards. Mrs. Alma Baine of Jacksonville corpuscles, la the element I 1 s. F' 28 1932. spent the week-end which takes on a load of oxy "'0 nnvxmt, oveinnl.l, .It"l ,.. 20 I3 (l.00 the folium.. (t"m-i'Ihoil ,in'onrtv It'T1 d ;i ifKHiMnenf1 ttt mil T proper '
Fo necking June with her gels In our The T.t.l.a- hool..llraulur Mtliiiiteil In ciiunty .KloiltiA, to- wider, I hi- "hi cfi.tiricnto\ li"i>o.i wi" ,
I Max. Mln. Precl P. Mrs. U. A. Davis had as her parents, Mr. a- pate gren. blood in red corpuwlos. the more amount ,..11..1.l .S6.11I hair of l lots I. 1. K of U..k. I'nl.ooi mi IJ orrtiriritlo' hall lio r '
"- guests Tuesday. Miss VirglnUBootbMlases : freely is dI9h'lbute.1 thru'I'To lull due '.' O.. 8!15i( 94ashark. a. linguist' Town of Slnrkn' in Hcoilon deemed: uii-nrdlnir, M IH.W, tall F5! ii Elizabeth' and Kath- _. oxygen .of 110.... >$. Township M, Moiilh Itnnwo 'Injunitiaronn' on the lot' "lnr'"'
70 Hardee i the human body a resultant In- Tii hal dun June I 32.1I.!) 12 Punt Auaiint, A. 11 11188.I ''" .\
91 ..
t ryn and Mr. Marvin Har- Mrs L. S. Hulto and family had I Ity > The of unlit 1
: creams iuheallh and union in tollntfil 3 i4 lit! KoHiiiMpiit properly| '1 W. AL111t:YtM.t1'\ "I
F 2 92 77 .18 dee of FernamHna. as guests for the Fourth, Mrs. vitality Copper '1'.. Iml. illl* Juno 8(1 35J7.llAarlmKural MIKlxr. '111,,, split rri.llfliiatx tanuix! was Clerk ot Clrvulu' CnuiSfiiU : ., c ,
93 73 Luura: which scientists!! have foundto In the iiiinir.. oC U C Sweat and 1 8I; "- ( UimlfoiU, c I'niinty' ,KJurldiuTlet7lH ; !\ \
I ----- Crenshavyof Coleman Walter be an essential of human bloodIn 1'0 Sal. due Juno 1 _______ J7083 .lers: 1, "
74 : ... ._ ,. .. ..
96 -- flood window Shade 3e!) nt8hlflll" Crenshaw ,
4 of Jacksonville and --- --V--- --- -- -- -- .-. --- ------- -
.... older. that the Iron: may pick upa ,
I 97 72 Hale. Miss Marie Underhill of Lakeland :t
I' load of oxygenIn, like distributed
rainfall for week 1.02 Jn.Mr ------ Iron j. .
Total .
C Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Trask and Messrs. freely ,throughout the \ ;.i I,
u Pitt Newnom. Ferroll shellfish'
kingdom Copper Is to
business family returned to their home In !I and Frank Morgan Misses Frank the blood!. of shell-fix) what Iron I COMPARATIVE STATEMENT.: OK HRADFORI BOUNTY HANK.STAUKK. r

I visitor, Roy in Citra Edwards Tuesday.Mr was.a a Lakeland week here Thursday with, after Mrs. spending Trask'smother I Morgan and Wlllia Mae Newsorn In to the human. Ulpod< the oxygen ....,omn.\. IN LIQUIDATION( ... i .!

of Heilbronn Springs were in carrying pigment;:. With Iron It is .
I JOSEPH K. WILSON. LiquidatorS '
Mrs. W. H. Perkins. ;
I I Starke taken \
the weekend Saturday. up In quantifies by oysters ""
GriffIs *
I D epees --------
and other shell-fish and
I In Plant City with friends.Col Mr. and.Mrs. H. C. Wall had as I concentrated \S
I II| Mr. and Mrs. H H. McLendon. within the tissues. The Iodine I '
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mrs E. S. Matthews. Miss Hazel I content of clams oysters lob I, ? July 11. 1930 Dr Cr. June 30,1932 '

It lIMrs. H. V. Knight spent Bob Hill and son. Bob Jr., Mrs. Middleton and Mr. Mat, 'sters and shrimp surpasses. that of I",, Loans anti Discounts _________ ___H$313.113900 8 1.313f12 $111.437.21. $203,413.71Supreme

I Tuesday in Jacksonville. Dan Pike Mrs. Harold and Miss I thews motored to Sliver Fugene' Springs' lettuce oranges milk eggs and Service Station rl

---.- Strickland of Jacksonville.Mr. Monday for a visit with Mr and'I beef by over a thousand points FIxtures account _____u_______ _, __. __ 1.300.00 '73.110 1,228.10Bonds

|> stump'! Sale still on with new ; Mrs. K. B. Norman of Jacksonville each' while mangonoMe\ .../Inc: phosphorus _ ___________:_____Io.J..._ 43.150.0l( ) ___ __. .... 23.\1110.00 21.1100(4) j

1 lmrfiili| such l day. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of who are spending a while at their sulphur and;: other minerals Banking House... _______,:-___.._ 14000.00 ____-'__ __ HOOO.oo ___.:__ t

Gainesville, returned Monday "after summer cottage there. /lire pentlful All of thesQ enter Into Furniture & li'lxtures ___'-_".__....._ 5.000.00) ______n' 11.000.00 __ __.. i1 !,

spending several days with Mr. --------- the healthful normal functionIng ,, Heal Estate h________,,:___l.:.._ 22.227.61 M.27411ti 11.533.27 tl'I.lIliO,3'' ) l l lIue
Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wall were In.. Scott's parents Mr and Mrs. F. A ) _
of the bodily of: from'Hanks.L: _____ :: 2.140.46. 411.lIlltI.P2n.llot 611 302,13

I Jackinnvllle Tuesday. Scott. Typewriter ribbons and< carbon find build up the blood process of persons twin ., Cash .._. ._ __ __________:...J.5,074.81 13.404.51) 20,1\64.12, 213.2/4/
for sale
at '
--- ----- --- --- flee.paper the Telegraph of.. suffering from nutritional anaemia Cash Items _--_________ : ._____________ 6411.02.. 11-13'(12",

Miss Cassia White IlL spending Humming Bird lotto. 7o! ul Since they build rich red corpuscles Overdrafts ______________.d_ 1.3011.19 h_ .___.__.. 1112.33 IOtUlt! ;1>;, tl,

Iwhlle in Penrose N. C.. Stump's Sale.. Iteincmber' they they are of major Importance because Due from Stale Trees ________._-_____h____ 46.-I60. .420.311 2.0H.lt1: 1

are gun runteed. Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and It is this constituent In,our .,' Profit&. Loss -____________-:__________________ 12.122.13 1141.41 11.7110.12

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turnipseed of little daughter of Jacksonville blood! that, furnishes the resisting I Liquidator' Operating Jo'.xIt.'nseR) : : t

JlIcIntoHh, were the guests of Mr. : Col. and Mrs. j. E. Futcn returned spent the week-end with Kir and power to disease. General Expense s. __:::_: .:.:.__.:.____h____ 4.112.9/4 __ __ 4,112,98 ." 1 ,, 1'11 s

and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy Thursday. to their home in DeLand Tues- ; Mrs. W. H. Struth. They were accompanied ---- ---..l.. .-- I Commissions I'ald ___.;.________________- ,6':" 93 -- .674.03 .J'I.

day after several days visit here bj Mrs Struth; who had ,.1'IDEN'T4A1'ODM:11' Salaries Paid ---------r- 1,8,00.07 8 Ia .

Mr Mid Mrs. H. C. Neff of Jacksonville and at the state farm with rela spent the week In Jacksonville with : : 'u, .,", Interest Paid -------1.----------------: : ; 2.016.94. 2.016.91 W

j spent the weekend., with tlves. her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Paige, HY CAKKFI\ DItl1'4RSDangers : '' -. ".; Advanced for Loan Protection _______ __ __ '1.837.61t 1.837.811 P

and Mrs. N. Sternberg. -- Jr Taxes Paid __________._.____ ________ ___ 4,379,37'. I __ 4,370.37 ''r + '
| Mr. ---.. ------ ------ lurk near ii! wherever -I... ___ ,__ .. ______ i }
Miss Mary Brownlee and Miss } .. .. ?
Mr. and Mrs. R.. V. Turner and Miriam Jacobs will spend the Mr. J W: KlHIan left Saturdayfor < we are at home, walking or rid Total ____________-_______$410.11.1.13 -_--1'i.1e:i' : _: -. --_ $3211,1I/47.R9/ ,} t!

I family spent Monday at' Kingsley weekend In DeLand with MissBrownlee's his home In Waynesvllle N. C., ing.j However these dangers are Increased ( +
after' being called here accountof LI.tISILITIEYIn: t
f Lake with relatives. uncle and aunt. Col!. and < many times when the Individual .'

Mrs. J. E. Flitch.Mr. .- the illness and< death of his fath when he la'' riding in a car, Capital Stock -!_._._--l> WS 40.000.00( _n_______ __ ,. 8 40.000.0j() "

Kote 2oc Stump's Sale. __ I er-in-law Mr. J. M Truby. Mrs. no matter how careful the driver Surplus Fund '_ _......______...;,i15,000.0)1 ( __un___ __ __ "
Killian remained for while with 15,000.00"I
and Mrs. J. Simmons and a IR. Therefore, the utmost precaution Undivided Profits __-_________ 3.PTO.27 2,1441ki __ ________ u

Mr and Mrs. S. L. Peek and I Mr. R.o'. Clarke are spending a )let brother Mr. J. J. Truby. should be taken to -prevent ac Stock AsseHRmenth Collected, _____________n__ _.--_: -... 19307.03 19.301.93 "e n ,, t3 ,
I family of Miami, are visiting rely, month in New York state on Mr. I cM'n( tR. Savings Deposits 183.227.3'1' 184. RO.OI 1,352,195/ _____!""a-a. ." ., '' 6 r t
Eva '
Fugate of Jackson
I lives here this week. Clarke's farm with his wife and There lire' some drivers who utterly Individual epostts __-________np2.294.81122,472.H- 117.lI9 ------.-- "'It ,) }
ville who has been .
-- son. I visiting at the disregard the rights/< of others Certificates of Deposit- ___________ ,17.3-15.16 17,345.16 . ..___.._ , *

Mrs. W. M. Wainwright and and home Mrs.of her J. uncle F. and aunt, Mr. on: the rondo If these drivers and Cashier' Checks __________. 239.49 239.49.? __ .___ ___ ___ .. ,. ". ?, ,', rp

I daughter Patsy Ruth spent Tuesday Every Silk Dress 'marked down / Colley, returned all others would' observe a few Bills Payable. __ --______--__.___ '21.6011.81 21.600.81 -_ _- ____ ._______ A', t tap f
I ( afternoon! in Jacksonville.Miss In Stump's (Sale.' Mr.Sunday.and Mrs J.was F. accompanied Mr. by simple rules, accidents would' be I Unpaid Drafts. .. ___.__________ 7.1M.l11 7U".11I _, _________ ,.. '

Colley Ray reduced greatly.The Unclaimed Balances ________u-_________ .:_______ 47.091.0"' 47.001.80 .,'
I Misses Ollolta and Teola
Vesta Prewitt of Fernan- Mr. and Mrs. S: G. Lewis leave ten "don'ts" for drivers are: Llquldator's Cert'a. Outatendin.I _____________ 10..171.49 207.766.79 197.211".31 ,, ..,

I dina spent the wrek-end with Miss today for Wilmington and "other her GlHIsple sister.who Misses spent Katie the day.and and Virginia 1. Don't pass l'bn hills no or behind r Collections to apply\ n Taxes ______________-- __________ 129.0 121).O vi" ofLlqul

Ruth points In North Carolina where I curves--You' might just as. ,tor'lt Earnings: "

Sternberg. they will visit relatives for ten Fugate, who will spend some well be blindfolded!,''" v Interest on Loan and Deposits ____ ___h______ ____ _____ 4.4R9.r.0 4.4KII.1

Messrs. ''Vasco days. time there._ IfcT 2. Don't challeiiig f,the right of. ... Interest 'on bonds --------,.r,..-.. _.____ _______ _,-___._.... 2.431.60 2,4&1.60 "
Roy Edwards and ,-- I --- ------ --"'-' -- way--If la doubt take np; chances. Rents collected ___-:'_________________-___ _______.__ 1,3IH.20 1.3n.20: ac's RI
I Futsyth spent Monday Fanning Typewriter rlbbuns and! carbon ,
Mrs. O. E Stansbury and daughter 3. Don't tall to signal all turns" .- Recoveries 1.0(16.23 > 1.066',23 Id '

f Springs. Mrs. N. 'N.' Prevatt spent the paper. for sale at the Telegraph office The callow behind, read ______ ___,_ ... -- .. f+ ..- IIJ fl k 4 /)

week-end In' Washington D. C., er. Total '__' _. __ _____._,,. _$410.841.13 $563.606.6/1/' .fI63liOtI.63 $329.1181.8111 ,
Mrs G. C. White spent several with Mrs. Stansbury's son and 4. Don't cut corners-that's the The foregoing comparative statement of the Bradford County Bank Starke, Florida, '

I| her days husband.In Tallahassee this' week with*. dauchter-ln-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. G. TII'.TOP-GROCERY other ft'llow's'terrlto f and he Is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief >
K. nsbury. might claim it, JOS E.' \ Mil
___ .__ We have had '
so ,
u. many requests '
i 5. Don't cut: In sharply after I Liquidator, Bradford County Bank. *'I' t"r''
Mrs Sam Anderson and chil- from our'customers to extend our
1 l's' ,
'. >
I Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter Miss pusulng.-Tho driver hates f tf 1 7
you pass
Jiren have returned home after a anniversary sale that we will give ,.,,.. ''' ,
Bernice Rosier Mrs. W. '
String- the ditch as much as' do. .
Iriait with relatives In Rome Ga. them the benefit of these I .
prices ,
I fellow and Miss Louie Belle Carter 6.: Don't weave all over the i .'ff. ,319 I' ;,
returned Saturday from a visit to again this Friday and Saturday. road-Your half la on the right'' _ _.__ 1I 1\ .. f
Miss Eva Rigdon and Mrs. J. R. Howell Nasworthy Owner. 'j :
Miami where they were guests of side. t.
Corbett motored to Jacksonville -. I
", 1
relatives. 7. Pon't come to a sudden stop I
I '
!Inch Monday and spent the day. Rural women of Florida will findprogt'ams ,
--- without Rear end
HlgnalllnK <
of especial Interest and
----- --- --- cox
Miss Thelma Miss Melba :
crashes are costly.
5 IK. t'lirtulna 39c Slump's Suit I value to them during Farmers'
I Silcox Miss Miss Lois Colley Miss Week at Gainesville, August 8-12 8. Don't lag In traffic .You haveno BUILT ..

Wilson Ollieta Glllispie, Messrs. James 1932. right t<>. rlelayhostJ ,that are
Hendricks of Gainesville :
Lewis Lester Price Robinson Jaa. behind. WITH #
l pent Tuesday with Eldredge Robinson ----- -- ----- -- --- I
Richard Wainwright and Herbert I D Don't take A with
Brooksvilla Chance; '
['! Plans for beginning SUPERTWIST -
Stevens the Fourth with Miss r(Vf 1 f
spent research work at faulty' or tlrca- It'a a nav-
new experiment W
Beverly Cady at Kingsley Lake. Ing you'll regret CORD
Dr and Mrs. James Chase of station at Chlnsegut Hills, 5
-- -- !0. Don't he reckless at any time 11 r
miles north of
Jacksonville, were week-end guests here progressing
Among the Starke residents You endanger nofonly your own 'w i' iweke.
I'M: and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. rapidly.
moving to Kingsley Lake for the life, but the other fellow's a. well.

summer last week were: Judge and Jacksonville -- .
Farmers' Mar -
Mr! and Mrs. J. D. and .
Doyle' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and family Dr. .. I ;.b. t 1 t
I tee Patricia Lamb- spent the ketlng Association Inc., opened Palmetto, :Jrl-Clty Bakery 11
|wk-cnd "In Jacksonville with, and Mrs; E. L. Biggs and sons and market at Myrtle Avenue and I moved to new location on Elm{ : 4 r I

I'rtenJa' Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Adams street. street 1J:1

------- daughters. I '

lamps Mr. and are Mrs.spending J. R. Corbett thIs week of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby and I'' And the'\Worst is Yet to- Come-- $ ",

-lib'!! Mrs. family of East Orange N. J aftera .,.... -
Corbett'f) parents, visit here with Mr. Darby's sisters "

l lod< Mrs. t. J. Rigdon. Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. N. T. Come In'and see th ad'' EACH I )

'tamll'lI\11 summer Sale.dr. Hats on sale l at Tuesday Ritch and for Miss Oviedo Annie, where Darby,they left //I I I !i.1 ''Latest Lifetime Guaran in tf;

will visit Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jor. : :

dan pefore returning to their home. ... : Pairs
and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of .,. ... : :

\Pckronville.Parents M'spent and Mrs.Monday J. J. witha Rfg- 'tfela1J11! d ry' .,e "..yM.a" "' / SPEEDWAY 4.40-21
A .j r'
Jon. CENT WORD ( .- ;.4 ru. .

---e--, f Coi; Tirts
Mrs j W, smith has returned lil'IIPj fI 3itpertwlst :
Gher home In Newberry N. C., afar iref" I I CASH PRICES d 4

'pending a while here with Mrs. : ba 4
A. Sweezy. SALE -- Two story buildingswith : 4-.*.118ln 4.to10 "'.-.. LOOK AT THESE
large lot one with Jiving
r -Q .y.-
Mr. Sammy Sternberg sailed apartment for sale, at giveaway $ ss S /aee/QQ *!< 542SR.h r
'rtday for New York. He will price easy terms to responsible 18"" ., ..n..... .. 7 FEATURES :

"rye us interne In the Gouverneur purchaser}See J. L. Frazee. l "lo .3.1' Hlntlo S4V3Tubo >. ",', 94.S* d

otIpltll.l there. 124. / ; T.... I...* *!... Tube .1,65 t

1. Lifotim Guaranteed
kr5. WANTED-To buy a few pieces ..... *
a: P. Vandlvlere and son, 4r6- 4-71. o i
of old furniture (antiques), 2 and
nit MI very Goodyear name

air et' a*-rr Mona Mrs.Alderman E. R. Marshburn visited tables, chairs dressers and other I p 5500 5508 $5Z4 haute flagon; ildewallS.

war pieces. It doesn't matter whether .. .. ..

f anna this week. I It Is in 'good repair or not. /a t4/o91.: .5.t1 9/nQ1.. .5.aa< 'Ilna'e!' .5.36: Fvjt Over ix

Dr, Prices must be reasonable if notI Tub. I.... Tube .Lee Tube Cl.If
d| Mrs. 4. Built WUk SoperlwUlCprd
O. L. Haynes and am not interested. ,AddressC. c ;

dept IlIIlIy 'and Miss Lula Redgraves E. Parker 15 E. Adams St., oo-o ..-.. "..I..CI. Goodyear patent
I % Fourth of July at Day Jacksonville Fla. 522tf. ,
Keavy tread
BeachCter .
FOR SALE-One: milk cow. A. J. 5533 $5 6.524 $367 t1J Fy

Thomas. 7-8-2t ,........ .. < traction TF. ;

IIIIIIP'II. Is bar g aln day At Sl..,(. '5-4. lIta... .<.?> 81.... 'S.7. 7 New In Way Y c

FOR SALE AT AUCTION-Prac- 0 O ; Tub ...:JI Tub '..:JS Tube *>4. every ,

krl tically entlrq furnishing of house. .
vv t
r rmci Str'Jinan and son Mr. Sale Saturday 4 p. m. near CAREFULLY MOUNTtO FREE *
strong of Tallahassee,
r. gt( .'* of :**'. and Mr8' S. S. courthouse. J. N. Rutledge.. It.' Sensational QUALITY Values! Because MILLIONS MORE people buy Goodyear +

hag! i POUND-Ladies pocketbook on Tires, Goodyear enjoys lower manufacturing costs, can give MORE QUALITY J t

South Church street Wednesday f. for the money. Come in, we'll PROVE Itr-! "0,; ."
rte's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. June 29th. Owner can get same :. .tins, II IJ t' ft

age were *\.- '*a Monday of by describing contents and REGISTER.: MOTOR COMPANY' LOUIE'S SERVICE STATION .>''tl', k
and' Mr. j. R. Kelley of ing for this adv. Mrs. pay.t
Phone 103 '
8On. Haynes, Starke. : 1 Phone 83 + 4i"f

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Interesting Topics Farming Is Emerging Improved. The neighbors see what

I be done. and they likewise i--------------- _
< in
FARM NEWS SECTION On Poultry ProgramFor I Onto a More Stable make improvements.

I i iI Farmers' 'Week liasis 'With Low Costs When the improvement l Ia made News of Florida in Short Paragraphs

I with good judgment, and thrift i Is

I used to bring out a finished demonstration -
Conducted ByI Gainesville, Fla..foultrymen of (By Spuds Johnson) it Is a great means of

i Florida will find an unusually interesting Metamorphosis is a big word, but and
the entire family
cpi T. DYER, County Agent program awaiting themat with many insects the process Is awalfeuing community. They soon want bet- r L LIVE STATE NEWS

4. MISs: I'E.VKL JORDVNi Home Demonstration Agent Farmers' Week, which will beheld necessary .for development and ter, and a way Is provided for themto
It that this. busi-
I at the College of Agriculture growth. seems make a permanent and lasting

,, w .. I August 8-12, according to an announcement ness of farming goes through a Improvement People usually get _

: PHFAKNT 1.1\ tS'ruC" I find that the business they have by N. H. Mehrhof, extension complete change occaslonaly, also. what they want. .

; I'H'II'I'ISH IXSKS 11%' been waiting for Is l already In the poultry man in charge of Perhaps It Is necessary for progress The special project or campaignIn TOLD BY QUit EXCHANGESDunnellon

(:.\lCE..I.NUUSO; hands/ of wide-awake competitors. arranging the poultry program. A that such be the ctse. And to be under

., .-"- -- farming Js not an exception. To special poultry program is being while the experience may be painful taken home in Improvement a county is decided upon ..__a. ., .-.. ,. p--"'\ ._.:t...__ -. "- __ _

4)J) : Gainesville "'In. Cattlemen' avert' disaster and to effectively prepared for each day. Other pro at the time it generally resultsIn by the county home demonstration --Florida Knights of: in the south part of the con,
farmers who nhlp cattle and fur the future, the farmer which will run dally concern good In the long run; Ire
awl ptpjmre grams
.. agent and the county home demon- Pythias will hold a state-wide now in use. Dr. Redmond ... ,
hot weather should like other business man, needs citrUs, truck crops general crops Certain learned men tell us that
: )hogs during any Btratlon council. They know the Fourth of July, celebration, here ed great satisfaction with i I ; rk
take preiutlons to prevent loss expert advice. He must have a vital and livestock beekeeping and wom. rock botom of the present depression here this ', |
ll need to bo stressed in their respec and at Blue Springs noar here, and the helpful co-op ',
W. J. with his has been reached, that things ioa
) : among their anlmnls, says and clone contact agrIcultural en's work. live counties and communities.There year. r extended his force by cattle
; :Sheely: extension! agent In animal college and Experiment! The farmers' Week programs already have begun a gradual ascent Is a concentrated effort for of the county; : ten

huHbandry nendlnlmlllI and cripples Station The human medium thru will open Monday August 8 at and should continue, with the General
3. 6, on. 12 months on one or more Tallahassee Attorney -
'i \ arriving ou the market plways which this Is accomplished are the noon, and close Friday at noon. On exception of a temporary setback particular subjects. The demon Cary 13. Landis has advised an inquirer Miami An internatloi

mean loss to the shipper. Mr. county and home demonstration Monday afternoon visitors will again next' September or October, stratlons are established In different -I that Florida( cannot collect hlt/h-hiker today"attempte air|.

A Sheely offers the following suggestions ugcnta., Their service Is an Invest make a tour of the College of Ag- slowly to improve. Here's hoping communities In 'all section state taxes on the furniture and to Immigration offlt<', explain
for shipping) UveMtock In merit, not an expense. rlcuiture antI Experiment Station that conditions will get better,' but t bl8,|
stated banks,
above national
t, of the county. A a fixtures: nl reason for stowing himnelt
,' % hot weather Any.(iUempt to Have taxes by farms, Including the poultry plant. that we will not soon again exper- there be a subordinate demonstration tall of a flying 'he
: riaco order In writing for car dispensing with or limiting the efficiency Tuesday morning's program will ience the wild orgies of boom times may passenger *' 'piaae
be the kitchen Tallahassee Attorney General :
h < It on ---- a
may successfulthough
tw diiyw before shipment la planncJ *>f good agents is a serious be devoted to such subjects as with their after effects. ; m(->m.
the living'room, the bedroom, the< Gary D. Landis has advised an inquirer fortable--free flight from i .< .
of desired backward. taxes I Florida homemade Farming in Florida, as tto.bal.
Specify length car step' Compare healthy chicks, the -! every
I dining room, ,or sanitation of the that Florida cannot collect !, Canal Zone, to Hlam
3- I clml of livestock to be shipped, and anil ability to pay taxes in counties brick brooder, pdultry research where else In the world, has suffered the and He
premises, beautification of < state taxes on the furniture l Identified himself as Paul
I ittwtlnatton with and without agents; the I at_the new State.F deral ex as a result of the depression Kmsor
home grounds, old houses remodel fixtures of national banks. 25, of Czecho-Slovakia .
Give hogs plenty of water but evidence/ Is all in favor of the coun perlment station at Brooksvllle, Yet, so far as Florida Is concerned, Immigration
house built. The en- officials doubtfu ,
cd new
or a were
feed the before demonstration disinfettants. the effects have not been all bad. Mlay
only a light night ty agent and a demonstration In making be the Raiford.
tire demonstration would Florida State Prison, whether they would
; shipping, and plenty of water but The county farm and home t Dr. N. W. Sanborn, One good thing la that we have permit um to
whole house,, with conveniences, Bert Oglesby, Oklahoma desperado continue to Detroit where
only a light feeding on the morn- agents are Important and Indispensable professor of poultry husbandry, been rudely jarred back Into an appreciation wild
: water, light, and beautified and i serving 20.years in the state prison he had hoped to find work Instead .
: lug shipping. factors In the come- acl(: will discuss "Memories of an Old I of the fundamental
q exterior. charges of highway robbery] Indicated he
thrifty appearing on they mk\
( f Bed the truck or wagon with I i.f ngrlculture. These agents are! Fancier." The afternoon program I things of life. We are realizingthat receive
I r House furnishing, home management died Saturday night of pneumonia a six months jail senteno,
.A'' Band Load' hogs Into truck or selected because they' are well will be devoted to marketing, with the man who has always madean fur
_____________ run'* home engineering I and typhoid malaria. illegal entry to the countr. and
'L wagon/ by thute. Plan to reach trained and familiar with research. a demonstration of killing and honest,living is'one of our best '
and electrification -
health sanitation then be deported
loading/ slot Ion In time for hog! Through them contacts can be easing poultry. citizens after all. The man who home '' .
thrift etc., are all considered Winter Park- Harve Clemens;
c to rest and cool before they are made with specialists and other ex Wednesday morning's progra.m ru.s had th# courage to "carry on'' 'I'
in cases in the entire members of the Rollins College faculty -i
loaded/ Into (the car. perts.They are the source to whomwe will he opened with talks on cross- In the face of difficulties has come ',many Tampa -- Hlllsborough Bounty,

.: Avoid exciting the animate, and look for the latest Information bred chicks for fryers and for lay Into his own. demonstration, as well as in a since 1927, has been appointee becomes all no-fence territory tomorrow -
whether it Is the of the conservatory -
demonstration chairman of faculty
r don't crowd them. and the newest and most efficient ers. These will be followed by That farming is emerging 'ont unit whether of music. He succeed when the new law passed
: Examine car floor, walls and methods,. and also for demonstratlons talks on battery brooding and stable with an entire home improved or by the last legislature becomes ef.
a more plane,
that is con- O. Nice who resigned after
i ::1) doors for protruding nails, broken on how to apply this new colds, roup and chickenpox. In the bllltles for more permanent possl-1 it is only one room Clarence for four fective. The law provides that all

: bolts und loose boards, Cars should knowledge to the problems of the afternoon, housing problems particularly I perity, Is evident to those who have sidered.. serving years. cattle or' other livestock running

; be clean and bedded with tour farm and the farm home. If qucs< the newer type houses,, considered the situation carefully S tat large in the county shall be Impounded .
CUT Tallahassee Floi Ida State -
y : Inches of sand, which III thoroughly! tlons arise that come outside of and turkeys will! be dJllcusl ed. Economic\ conditions have forced us and sold if owners of such
for Women here is building a
: dampened before the animals arc their own experience the agents Thursday's will deal stock fail |1or refuse to pay cost
program to reduce costs of
our production Roger W Babson, the well $30,000 brick addition to.Its present -
k loaded. know where to make contacts In with housing materials, parasite I of impounding. 'The law was pass
We have found that
drastically. financial adviser and business worth of
_ _ known kitchen. $15.000:
v : _________' Cattle should be driven slowly : order to find 4. solution. Being students experiments. variation $in-weight of we can do it successfully, and meet forecaster. said recently: "The modern electric cooking equipment -. ed after years of bitter wrangling
to 'the loading pens In early morning of local conditions they dls eggs by Individual birds, effects of present low prices for our prod- Is Improvement between cattlemen and property
________ : keynote to future prosperity will be placed in the new
t _ and allowed to rest and cool cover useful methods employed bj prices for feed and eggs on returns ucts. Certainly we shall be In bet- in distribution methods. owners. Stock affected* includes cattle

'' for three or four hours before they the most successful farmers and l from the flock, and keeping layersIn ter position to make a title money Distributors must cut costs and building. horses sheep, goats, mules and
these to those who need hogs.' Officers in charge of the different .
loaded. lie carry on individual
are Leg-weary cages. when prices of farm products rise, i the the 63 a
to Peterson
_ pass along consu.mers Miami-Henry' ,
'. them and can profit by them. the impounding districts said today
; down In the cars and are trmpled On Friday morning poultry if we but continue to hold achieved in production diver died today while
.- : to death. Agents are alwajkt within reach for will be divided into three produc-I saving already professional they were fully prepared to
1 _____ 2 program tion costs to a minimum. It has
Progress! production the contents of a sunken
for telephone I exploring enforce the law to the letter
Cows! should be fed hay the night a personal call or a groups, ,one dealing with a management natural that production costs wit far outstripped progress in distribution. vessel off Key Largo 50: miles ,

? before they are loaded. They Hhould message. study one with postmortem rise to a certain' extent, but they Our distribution system south of here. Physicians said he
not be fed In the The most Important problem for and the other Macclenny E. R. Rhoden.
cars. examinations, should hot rise In proportion to the -- popular
because of its high cost, Is etijl suffered cerebral hemorrhage whileon
S Mixed shipments nhould be partitioned the individual farmer is to adjusthis with, selection and culling.FtTt4tlE'AlIME1i prices of farm products. It is Improbable bottle neck which prevents the free the ocean floor. He was dead I rural mall carrier from Mac

_ off. Bulls should be tied to operations to changing economic that thces latter will i flow of mass production which getsto when, he was brought fo the sur- 'clenny, is again, in the limelight
-. the car with half inch rope. conditions.. He must proceed In $ OF touch the peaks once held. The I, as a discoverer of the unsual. This
This business
the consumers. face members of diving crew.
v the of and not by
: light reason rely on
-- *IM MaHi. a* aHa Ma aWaVaM* time Mr. Rhoden has driven a well
wise farmer right now ia laying
E FLORIDA IN ANNUAL must attract that great potential S
,, "KTANII! IIY OL'H FKIENI habit, tradition or emotion. He the foundation for future I Abbott head at his place south of Macclenny
; _ SESSION practice,1 market among an adequate..outlet Gainesville -- O. D. ,
: Tilt: COUNTY AQBNTM" must utilize the most effective that gives forth air and weird
economics departmentof
of the
for Its producing capacityand
.. methods and politics, including the huge noises instead of water. The well
'; Then too we have learned the I to do this It must reduce costs. the Florida Experiment Station
production of food and feed for his
(By Dan 11. Otis.) Gainesville, Fla.-Ercelle Polk was driven 22 feet deep when an
.'f desirability of growing our own Authorities estimate that the here, believes a person can be fed
own use. He must avoid all hazards -
When business comes back we Trenton was elected' president of air pocket was punctured and then
__________, possible such as losses from food and feed crops. Let's not for avoidable waste in distribution is three square meals a day for 25: all sorts of noises.
cannot expect it to proceed along the Florida Association Future began making
it. She
$8,000,000,000 and $10- cents and hopes to prove
; the same highway or knock at the plant diseases. insects pests. rodents Farmers of America, at the annual get. I between ". test here for a week The water blubbered and simmer
J same door It did previously. Necessary etc. This l is no time to let' meeting of the organization held at Another thing we are just beginning I 000,1)00,000 a year. wUl a ed with the air and sounded like

r) re-adjustments are bound to things drift. We ,must stem the the'University of Florida June 28- to learn is the value of HOKTICULTUKIST.-i beginning July 4k some one In distress, and the noise

bring about new methods and new tide with a well thought out planor 30. Over 300 high school students crop diversification. Truck grow lASSISTANT -In the first of still continues: Experts who have

_: devices. Those who are alert will program This is no time to dispense of vocational agriculture were in ers this year had) that impressedon BEGINS WORK AT IIOMKSTKAD Clearwater-- case Ransom looked and heard the noises state
_ Its kind in Pinellas county, -
/' : profit thereby; those who are with the farmers most help attendance. them when the returns were re that'an air pocket or possible' small
St. Petersburg, was
In galnlessly' for things to ful counselors and with the friends' Other officers elected were David ceived. M. Tucker, 'under ground stream was tapped
; walt-I Homestead convicted of criminal assault, on a
f f :* \ happen may,wake up some of the farmer and his wife. Van Ness of Sanford, vice. And so, let us remember the lessons 'Flfleld began work as assistant The jury recom- An open well about fifty eel! west

() H iSI \ .. .- -- --_ When the battle of economic deliverance president; Emmerson Bishop Au- of the past two or three years horticulturist at the Sub-Tropical mended negro woman. the recommendation of the driven well shows an agitation -

Is in progress this is no cilia, secretary; Charles S. Glenn. and profit by them in the future. Station here the first mercy; also In Its water and that
il Experiment automatically carrying a sen-
) time to discard a good soldier or to homestead, treasurer and J. W. there is a connection between the
; a Is branchof
of July. This station a tence of life imprisonment.
OVER WORIJh question the need of
an able two.
cap Dobson, Jay. reporter. J. F. Williams Station
a..v tain. It Is all right to reduce expenses Jr., of Tallahassee, supervisor the Florida Experiment M
Fifield Succeeds L. the election
but a reduction that will HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES system. Qulncy Unique among
of the vocational surfacing
agriculture Pal tka -Bids for the
who recently.Mr. off here
R. Toy resigned wagers paid today
impair our capital and Jeopardizeour work in the high schools of Flor- of the of nearly 15: miles of state road No
1 Flefleld is graduate around the public
a the
was riding
Income may:' be false economy. Ida was again chosen as chapter [Weekly from Memo Demonstration of 28, from Palatka to Florahome
of Florida College local
University of Byran Bevls, jeweler
_ If we have good county agentlet'll adviser.A Specialist Tallahassee square road
where he obtained his will be received by the state
pushed by
Agriculture, in a wheelbarrow
hold them and make It possible number of contents featuredthe to 12 and
prior July
master's degree. He has been student Eugene Bass. building contractor,
for them to help lead us out of meeting as well as an interesting will be opened at Tallahassee on
In the
the asistant in horticulture who lost his bet on Martin to Bevls
wilderness. threeday'I'rvgram.. IMPROVING HOME IS it became known here' to-
Experiment Station at GainesvilleFor a Sholtz supporter. A large,crowdof July 13.
a The Seminole boys exemplifiedtheir KASV ACCOMPLISHMENT: the last two years. '. onlookers witnessed the pay day The stretch has been in us1'
Plant City Plans underway to farming knowledge by living for home months, and only reqllirtthe
$ i/I relay paving In. South Collins mostly off the products of their 5 ,t ment. of the wager.j tv placing of the slag and Inl;
street. Florida home workIs Farmers' Week, Gainesville, August -
own farm while they were at the improvement surfacing to prevent deterioration!
meeting. Seventeen boys under the centered around the entire home 8-12 1982-the next order of Clearwater Business and professional Coat of the project will be atoll (

/ leadership of Professors A. R. and its physical needs. This: ,workIs justness for business farmers. men of this city at a recent $(50000.: according to the estimateIt ,

Johnson and C. R. Dawson brought closely coordinated with the t .5 5 5 S St. meeting began an Investigation is unlikely. that bids will be opened

their own groceries which had productive and conservation work into the possibility of placing for the hard-surfacing of am

been raised on the school farm. as a means of securing funds with t. WBUF FARM'PItOGKAM a toll on the two-mile Memorial portion of road No. 28 from Sar

Each boy previously had worked on which to Improve the home. However It 'The Voice of Florida" causeway here to raise funds for Mateo to Bunnell at the July meet

the school farm to earn the $2.50 we have projects or plans for t .t unemployment relief. It was said Ing. Funds for this work are con'

necessary for him to attend thethreeday improving the home where only a the toll would be used only afterothel' the enactment b
5 Lingent upon
4 5 t 4 5-
IIP TO :your ear. In 'work. Is needed 4 methods of raising funds
small in
_ session. They campedout expenditure order congress: of the pending federal ai<
Mo wonder every nerve at high tension.I while In Gainesville, and took to make improvements. The big Gainesville, Fla.-An interesting had failed and only Ilf approvedby bill Harvey H. Tanner, secretor
r. and bark at:you the snap wife I turns In doing the cooking. thing to do Is to get it into the array of subjects is scheduled for the voters in a referendum.. of the state road No. 28 associntlot

; : Watch mitt Overworked S consciousness of the Individual the Florida farm hour programs -- pointed out. Road No. 28 is a federal

_______ r ________' .erve* may lead to Sleeplessness C While the poultryman may takea members of the family that they over WRUF, state and University Clearwater-Objectors who last : aid project he said, and It

Nervous Headache, K.rreos APITAL punishmentJor vacation this summer he does should and can have better.cvndl- radio station here. The farm pro year opposed closing of a draw early completion is dependent upoi

ether Indigestion and a host of ; Arson in Athens not want his hens to do likewise. tions. grams will come from 12 noon until span at{ Stevenson's creek on state the: fate of the Garner prog

unpleasant disturbance." There is no profit In feeding' hens They are shown a way within 12:45: p. m. dally except Sunday. road No. 15 have been asked by now before congress.,
_____ \ Why don t :yon try Dr. un.. "... I.- I. wI, 4...... _.. u... which do not lay. The slackers their reach to ,bring about these following Is the schedule for next I C. E. Burlesonto .
; Effervescent Nerrine Tablets .....b.t.. by .....b. I In "_moo _,. County Engineer 'SJIROOKER
.Just one in a half glass of (Ie MP,Mvty fU.ll wltfe. by loaf should be culled and sold as meat.; Improved conditions. The entire week. withdraw their objections! in order -

__ __ water makes a pleasant park. ...... ...... T...... I. N._.pih. ,... home is i scored and the Improvements Sat., July 9-Farm news and that permanent' bridge maybe
.. l... ._ ., .... l I... fifttioMl.. ...._ -.... .. .
; Unc drink delightfully: soothing .,.......... pol....._llM4.M.UUAJMM 0-- are made at small cost. Its hints. Editorial snapshots. placed there. The draw span,
: r to over-taxed nerve .s1 1......_ .. .paSI..... ....... ia often a revelation to the family Mon., 11-Developing the Florda -I which Is but half the width of the

_ Dr. Miles' Nervine is now _, ........- of what can be done. They become _Beef Industry-W. J. Sheely. road, has been the scene of many Ml.. Sore Omtntr Or
mad in two forma. Liquid and ... .. ...... .
t \ Muy b u .l l by s ling ATLAS so ''enthusiastic improvements\ Beef is Consumed collision be-
Florida's recent
g : Efferrescent Tablet. Both have .........a.,.._.IM,*r a t*.MIM|* Where accidents!!, one
continue: until, the whole home Is -D, E. Timmons. fatal to one of the motorists.
the same soothing effect. t..,...*will 10""I!,- ing 'R.
$LOO at your: ding storeNERVINE .h.ii 1- .. lh.. _..1- _...Ish Tues., 12 Control of Army The draw bridge has! not been opened L. Brown and H. P Game
A I..1-us ,Ie p.s, The Standard in the past seven years.
Farm -
? R. Watson. Question
Warm- ,
....., 'I....
'tu .,.. .e-S. icnvllle
I :: ... Sunday.

Tire GuaranteedOne ))1oreYearcof ; Box. Mr. Tom Trail and graD'
HAROLD C. WALL Wed. 13-Hours of Daylight a Titusville-Brevard county will daughter of Bell spent part I

f factor In Vegetable Production join the tick-free counties of Flor-
INSURANCE YearFrigidaire last week here visiting her aUMrs.
Youth VI. R. Ensign. Primer for Town ida within the near future .accordIng N.llIe Galney.

STARKE. FLORIDA 'armers. to Dr. John Redmond. who is '
C. C. Melvin, H. P. Gainey Blateen. -
-' *>........+... Thurs., 14-Hay and lAte Forage In charge of eradication work here. A. B. Surrency were I

I Crops-W. E. Stokes. Spuds The work,was started in Brevard tending to business in Starke Mo;

Johnson Visits the County Agent. county la Augtat,. 1930. Local

; Wake Up Your Liver Bile ment Frl,In 15 the-Dairy Summer-Hamlin Herd Manage.L. dairy cattle owners through have the not dipping sent their vats day.Mr: and Mrs. L. R. Cainev 51er WI1'. ..

Wednesday In Jacksonville
Brown. Dairy flashes. since May 15: and only a few vats
her sister, Mrs. C. M. Andrews
: -Without Calomel the three year guar- Wednesday night about twel\

\ : o'clock Mr. Roberta' store here ) r

I 'anted electric refrigerator "'" ;ictIi; ; ] never know how gooda visltecl' ; by a burglar. Became''J

_. Out of Bed II U bile b sot flowtnf fawir.yoof food down he failed '
You'll people ,
And Jump be until rushing i
.. to skin th.U cigar can you
_ in the Morning Rarin to Go .. bloati up :your itonuuK Ton h.T. a >ft.;.vivacious .:: youthful touch.; have sr rtked! a state farm were called bu lb''railed

thick bad lute tad your breath!.foul,skis lemlshes and wrinkles yield toisclnatlng i to trace the burglarMr.

If you feel sour and rank and the often bnaln out la bl.mlah. Tour h<>4achci For sale bySmith's Ivory toned Beauty that .
8' and Mrs. G. S. Cri
world looks punk,don't swallow a lot and jroafad down and eat.Tour who!. lie" wdy years from your appear- 'fe ,

v eli Baits, mineral water, oil, laxative iy.UiB fa potoo.esd.Ittek.sthossgoodoldCARTZWUTtIM. ace. Start> Its use to-day. 5' Jacksonville are spending
I _ candy or chewing gum and expect : i days here with her mother

______ them to make you suddenly sweet LITER POiS to(.*UMM two poonJi bU. i Service ORIENT4I. MORr&YAc A. J. Pinholster / ,1 1randdaughter I
and full sunshine. PlnholsterI
.5 and buoyant Bowing trMly sad make jroa' fed"'ip and op." Mrs. D. W. I-

a'', For they can't do it. They only Tb y .oatala. vondcrful harming ( ;
: move the bowels and a mere movement elabl..ihect*.uiuaiag wlwa i It oonwa tomaldiic 1Jelihlfullv MILD 4IuulI#( of St. Petersburg, passed throuf

_ _.% doesn't C* at the cause. The UM bllo'lIow boot lr. : StationStarke outio- INfar7RML here. Suuday"On a short visit ** I
.. ,,. .
-- ., .. ...
j _ resaonforyourdown-and-outfeeling Baa don't uk for U_pOla.Ajk for Cwt.'. -- ....... I. Lewis Cigar III) (g. Co., Newark, N. J., Makers Jofr., and Mrs. AJ.. Pinholster, :1 1It
_, Is* your UTBT.. It should pour out two Little Unr FOte.l>o%b*UM UUM Cutat'aUUM I SiZE' route to Georgia where she *" .J

: .___________ pounds of liquid bile into your bowels Llw Pills\ oa UM nd Ubd. :Reseat a.ubItst. Fla. << ", shJ -.....___ CANDY CO. Gainesville Fla't L friends and relatives.Pit .
daily. ...IIa a'ifl..... 0 uaJ.Co)q.C. GAINESVILLE ,
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:: :: : ., and ye shall know the truth and Lord Our Righteousness" J<"r. 23: and Mm: C. C. Johns and family. Jacksonville '- Jacksonville< Lug- '5'

: : ; $;. : the truth shall make you free -- 56. (Continued) Mrs. Essie Rye Mrs. Susie Gits- gage Shop 24 West street &'

.. ": John 8: 31, 32. --_ Mrs. I WHAT EDITORS 1 Fortiyth 't $
Evle Johnson
::: _...;. d July 10 \ITIST son Saturday were
/.., Seek Eternal Tilings: We look Sunday school at 10 A. J. I ARE SAYING
.-.. /.\\:", Mr and Mrs. A. M. Gllsnon spent Miami .-. Guaranty Title & Ab. ,.. \' 'l'

not at the thingll'which are seen Thomas, supt Come early every- Saturday night and Sunday with j I -- street Corporation, granted' char ,

feet nd but at the things which are not one and arrange for annual picnic parents Mrs. Jimmie Allen and I I ter. ,
word is I lamp into my I light unto my pith.-Ptalm 119:105. FuMikty I bi'hOMj that CovPIU
seen: for the things which are The B. Y. P. IT. will conduct the Mrs. Gllsson. | "I' Roosevelt I Is lha utronneatin. ----5--- "-'-.--S--------- .tI,

-.1TfrtiJ\rtrt'f'(0tltR?( All religious! teaching doctrine or seen are temporal; but the things morning worship service. Mr. James Donnelly spent Saturday I 0 .i n I ito Democrat have on I heir OIHH: OP. .." III.K' \'I'III"u; .

UlhfillflttUlIU, 1 L; creed it they are to have any claim which are not seen are eternal. .2 There will be Installation of officers night at Mrs. Ismlore Oils- xlute I He U known nationally esC MUM M. 'll> .tri'Ktll .

IPon the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with Corinthians 4 : 18.July. and presentation' of diplomas.!! ilenn uprlRlu ftiitevmau. and hui XOTIO13. iinil,I In hi wlfw.>ri-lvv li\\\irlvi-n'rtn IiriaiIior !m ,J :\\tOuxlnlrill I .

I the wRchingB of Jesua the Christ whom words fit Into every fold and crevice 11 The young people will furnish most son's.Mrs.. Lizzie Lee and children I '<*(oid' cnnuot be BurcpKofiilly asMI 7.M 1 \\' Mix; A\..-nil.' '. Sim' .Ii.e4| I'allfnrtila ,, S
heart and of whom it was wet in John NEVER MAN ,, 1. He lnen I nml' t Urn iinKnunit h..I li,' ,
r bum an 16. The Resurrection: Jesus said unto of the music, and some one will be spent Sunday with her father Mr. < ( try to aide two ,. ThIS MAN. IIOI'KOP tI \'0 IM 'I w. winntvrir' SPAKE LIKE iliiecUonn
her I am the resurrection and present from Jacksonville to glvo Math Griffin.Mlsa goIng in opposite| Aiitii iinilor, .1. J. Afnririin. .1.! ..,wi .*:.(l. ,
and Union counties the life he that nay in niul day out ho m lilt .nil l vi,.'Ii r.f I ihvm. ntul It i ii nil I I pnimniMhiivinic ,
Pjntors of Bradford are Intlted to use this de. ; belteveth In roe an address. In addition to the reg-. Cherry Han'ell was a visitor .
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nd OIlI"lnnII' "II'l'lenll"
01 lId' 0 ins I i : I' n! claiming. one 'IntoiT-xt inth 0 c
rimL-nt for news of church activities, organization and announcepants. though) he were dead yet shall he ulur offering we will give the of Mla. S. Smith Saturday, afternoon "".'< Long Nouli l..IIl\ll. Ohio I <* f'tIntiioi II : ::: 1Hrrlliptl If nil, Ivlnir 1
Space<< freely given and no charge mude-.the only requirement live; and whoever\ liveth and be- young people a collection at closeof S.1Itlnt t 1 !.I unit ,liKlnir.ln. ) i lh mil my at, Ilrniirnnl ,

:helm::' ,; that such Item reach this office b..foreVednestltty. morningotlwrfl I iicveth in me shall never die. .- the program Mrs. R A. Thomas _-1-_ __-+- -=--- S Mint TinVnrKl ir KKnliUr 'hnlf. 4u-wlt nt I Illl, !<''InUI I (,.*"..finn \J S

I '* tnev. cannot be handled for current Innue.'i John 11 : 25. has led the union, ina fine way '1"1'1 o ('(\\II n lI'y bills' dE'\lfll1I1\ oitnion ( i I lir.: l ii's" ci aht-n C-a't' t'l' I tin \ '
1 : I It! .M ,li. ,IlilllrtMU I 1.-lnw ,'t; ii|, .f..f.nll
-- July I Z and Is pleased that studi&l 1 1I I Ike, Ho( : / so many JlllUlI.NU1 fill wl.l.. nnnHH, ..n", .nii.l. 0 Hii8iuilhiifi ,- t'
I ert I What Does God Require-. And the lesson course and, passed the IIPI\F> to Mnml l ui> again) I OIKPI '. ..1 I Ivciili I qiinit.-r or I t In. Nnrlli, i.t ,.; ,
r- God I' o plulnriiulv( I i : and uu. ,ici i- 'liter. ). nil IIKIKK, In Smtlnit 1':luh' /.
SCHOOL said to twill I
SUNDAY |II Moses "Certainly now. larael what does the Lord examination ,
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LESSON I bo with thee; and this shall bea thy God require of thee ;but to fear We will unite In ovenmg service. linn our national HMiteni of Hii I Ittimr' Tui-iKy <8lll) Ktixl,,, ,lonliiliiInv ,., \

I'\ token unto thee that I have sent the Lord thy God to walk in all with the other churches at the 'Inl i l coinmenliil, : and Itidumnitl, \ I I < (ItO.l HI vim'rfi H nil moi'fiioh A nr) lf of.riHTh .von in.1" i

L_ --, thee: When, thou hast brought his ways and to love him and to Methodist< (church 8 p. tn Mrs. H. C Wlmberly is upending hOist. ho oiKonUed> BO Hint t tmiiKiM :< honlix ncillflpfl: Unit von.; buy. I In:,, u '..'
FOR JULY 10, 1983oul : I several this week in Starke mn.lx imitlfH' I .loOivlnnl I t |I" II... lull 0 I
forth the out of days .'
people Egypt. ye serve the Lord thy God with all thy --- 'may PIONPOI nmieml\ 1'I I aKinsl' of ""OlnlI'nt| nlcil III tlir. ciMull, .
'i The Call of Mosea. shall serve God upon this mountain heart and with all thy soul. Bout NOTH with tier daughter" ? Mrs. Nelson e'i'1"8.-" Plrlie. S L> in- (',,11I' ,if i Kli,
Go)( 'n Text: "Certainly I Will ." 10: 12. Cirren. nul) (IIm\1 I \ ) :In :mul, foi. Hrmir.iiil: Cnni, no V. I '
: ; :
S C"li'i..t'vcIt' In Chtuir.'iVi' In I Ilinf ,'isIi, < :IMIimuiiiil : 'II
| Be vvtn thee. Exodus 3: 12. This sign or proof was not furnished July, IS There will be working at Hope Mrs. J O McCormlck and children I I I th.> t'nloml I Hunk t

LeR..n. Text: Exodus' ,3: 10-16; Immediately, but was to I Have the Mind of Christ: Let cemetery at Theresan' on Friday, of Tampa are spending several \ g iioimluiily l Ii. no C'uluinhlit. ; u i:<>i :;: IIJ.1 I::, I'lnlntirtVIM : ;I.
1 Mil I i IINI' HH I Hip |H-ople of I Uila. >uliuuI. >1 IIH I linrlinru I,, Mm. 'mill, widow" nt (" .
I 4: lOU come as (or after) the work was i this mind be In you which was.also July 15. All those Interested bring days hero nt the home uf MrMcColmltk's / .. .'! 118 |M-ople all ovet the tommy Ntr I Ui'TiMiiliinti., \\hri.ln l he 1'lnii I, j "I
Intri .(.luctionHose : done. in Christ Jesus Let be tool siid lunch prepared to clean father, F. M CrewsMr I HHUM to rmeLloHi, :, th*> 1lin::,: ::tl r
nothing llini Iloolle\'ell the
I I is man who tli, / .
/llIII'IItIlIt.I III"I -" liy .1. ,1. Mtuirnnnnil .
lived 120 years divided Into But Moses said to God, "Behold done through strife or vainglory; up cemetary. and Mis Leo Wilkinson and HluMi elected' picnuUiit.. will help!' wit*, Itnrbni'H) Irun: i-.iv.-i. 'niir

I Uirei' periods of 40 years each. when I come unto the children of but In lowliness of mind let each C. Sullivan Chairman. children spent Monday In Lrewtey the 'mil u on tha mieot' II't I Iho iioii-ilv| I linrclnlii'r.iri.* 'il<'',"I'lh'.11 i | ,,
I The (,r'I period covered his birth Israel, and shall say unto them esteem other better than themselves --. --.... with relatives Kipmtv I work mid roftnlii con II. In"I..rnl'ft.'llilM. ) nnili'n YUII' a i iiI "-",'h nf you S S., '

I and ,oncealment on the bank of the God of your fathers hath sent .. rhilllpplans 2: 5, 3. rXIU'II: ItCII "' EiiVl'E4 Mrs. J. O McCormIck and children : -.' deuce Uiecinllle, 8: C 1 1.c\\!- nu hi-icliy "ioiiilivil| I tn "I'Iour|, tn I IlinKII '
I Nile: his discovery by the and Misi4.Maggle Crews were mom I (t1 li''d..>)> IM inn i or L'oiuiiiiiiii", | on rn. .t
the rivet me unto and they shall 'IiiIt1L I .
you say liunlniJI, yon. l's I h. I'lurk nf lliln
I daughter of King Pharaoh who at unto me, what It his name,? What Always elected: When thou The congregations of the Baptist: visiting lelatlvcs at (lie state farm An who him followed l Cov ( onit, on Itia INI fluv. of AtitfUHt '
)oim < 1'lia, nt' til ..
his sister Mir- ii rnnrl IIIMIHH hi $Iat .
1 the suggestion of shall I say unto them?" passest through the waters I will Methodist ad Preabyterlan TuoHilny. emit KooHevrlt. iloun ihrouu'i hIs! li'luililii." oihxi'ulm>, n 1 liii-iffi. I'm ,., .

lam placed him in the care'of his There are many gods 'in the be with thee; and through the rivers churches of Starke will unite in Clarence Parker attended the 4- luliva\ anti 1 BiHit'HHiul( life, on glil toknow I'tii CHNCb ulll I I I lit a,","'1",'" awAliiHt I, v .itinf ,
I mother as a nurse in the em- I evening services on Sunday eve- 11 picnic held at Interlachen last 10 CHl "h :yon foi fiillun i 0 tu ii 11-
real heathen worship and each had a they ehnll not overflow thee; full mill Unit ho < <1... 1101. >"nr. SnI

I ploy ,)f the princess: then came name. The people would believe when thou walkest through the nings luring July and August week.A. nmei did nor> could fuvni 11111' I It I IB onl.iixl, I lout thlc nollnnil <:>' .hO. 4 -
I adoption of Motes into the fam- 1 Kach congregation will have Its' A. Crews panned through here tillmlion I I ol' ('n Rh I lie( did UIR8 luhll"h".1 i HID i.. it \\ <...r, r...,. i I..u""'
the Moses more readily. if he could lire thou shalt not be burned I'liHiiuiUi.v., ..| u.. in ih. .1I.\tr..I.\. 4 )
I liy of Pharaoh's daughter and Into tell them God's name. neither Bhall the flume' kindle upon own service on Sunday mornings Monday enioute f.o Uellglaile Hint one poxullilo( ixilllnllva) I I would'' "'",",11'.1', 'r'l., '..r..h.| n ni'"''Hmpci| '' h...V. t
be better, illBii'I'mtloii' of \li-eop'o, ,
I ii ( lug iri'iii'iitl' 1 rulntloii 'In, .
and the -
household In Its church. The first union has 1I"I..If",1I'"n'y. &
the royal own. whore he a position.Mrs.
"And God said unto Moses, I am thee.--Isaiah 43: 2. --LiiiHUHttT: I'u' Intollls' .11.. .'iU"d I,I Floilila.
I KhoiiU) of Egypt wherein he became that I am: Thus' shalt thou say --,,-. : service was held in this Presby- J O McCormick and children 1.) 't'iotoi Jiuii ilar "f Juno, 1f1 1Sll g ;

I 'learned In all the wisdom of unto the childrensof Israel I am SKVKMII I> \Y .t1)'ENTNTJaup4tlitcoItIon : terian church last Sunday eveningand nrx-nt, Wednesday night In e Hull) ,'', .\V .<'Ir"ult Ar.PI KUMAV: I I'iIi't.I. ? .

| the Egyptians: and. was mighty In hath sent me unto you"-and God there was a fine attendance.The Starke with< Mr. and Mrs. K, L. "Fimiklm D rtooucvelt. Ini )Ulii.lfiiKl. 'uiinty i"ic'| ..nilii ,

words and deeds." told Moses to say "The Lord God liy Faith" singing under the capable Crews. 'MMUd the people alily end 1 faithfully 7-1 -.5t.29'!I. '

his leadership of John Powell was Mr. George Hazcn and Mr. Polk In every ruimHiy In wlikliho -5-- --. -
Moses first work among peo- of your fathers the God of Abraham '
(l.Continued* .
lint been .tilled upon to ..ciollieni. MM M i 101.on i'IIIII\'I"U\I
ple was a failure. Tt happened the God of Isaac and the God I 15. Why must justifying faith hearty and Inspiring: Mrs. Fernandez -' of Brooker panned through here And 1 Ilieio I lit no icnnnnliy l in I HIV NnniH.. or tim. /Stats or ii'iniiiin' ,
at the Next' Sun- of last wek cnroute to I It oi|oI'cl| "r Ito g HfTMiivIt/ fllpil I I In
he was oigan Thursday
Moses was of
sent unto .
J 'When hath
tlitH grown Jacob me you: lay hold upon both the death and In would I not lilt)k a a K''>id Frp.illiltin Unit iiMlnln, c",",." In Hit. fli.'iilt I
I went out unto his brethren and this Is my name for ever and this I I11ft the resurrection of Christ? "Who day the union service will, be at Jacksonville. "-West Union, .V. \'*. Hoc I I'linit.l Tui-nlv-Mlnlh 'luilliliil, I I'MiMilt "
church and the following + I 'In ,:toil foi; I\: : : : :
I looked 'on their burdens; 'and be my memorial unto all genera- was delivered for our offenses and the Methodist --- -- - cod lO"III''. Kloililii.. I'In' l'lioiit'i'v.llni.irniil, ci nllll.Ml) cnniily\Vllllnin -,

spied an Egyptian smiting a Hebrew -;{ tlona." was raised again for our justification Sunday evening at the Bap. -- I C I I K" i'mti Hi', (O'iiI IIlI. I loot I)t, viyMim. (.
and In rotation. We TRAIN SCHEDULE "Thefe U not a week man flu" H. I t'mlrt., .
one of his brethren. He slew It Is difficult for us to under ." Verse 25. See 1 Cor. 15:17.: list so on ilnrHiiilnni and Uu
of denomination Our schedule changes Sunday a mo)m (tlio Ueinoo-iitk, 1I11\1.I..lcli.! 1'.1/: intiviul' rm liclnir u I the Egyptian. and hid him In the stand these things. Once Jesus was!! 16 What i is inseparable from cordially Invite people every : Khfl KooHPvell uf the I;: ; lie :ol'r'tatrt i : ;, In u rml.liiiit, atu
the and faith to join withus May 22ml: and trains will run as comes: OliO HInl I a n,' tmmiy .nlh. ..r tlinn 4It
snnlThe\ being questioned by Jews the experience of justification by follows KiealRKt I II KTiron, In the history of (...wit, tliu. City of ''it ate
next day Moses saw two He- (John 8:58)) and Jesus said unto faith? "Be It known unto you men in these meetings. We are sure' : a trillion end a 11'1'lion.of !great of. Noilli) ('moUnit I mill I IH over l Imnu 'j I

brews contending and cfitlcised the them "Before ,Abraham was I and brethren that through this the religious life of the community No. 1 Southbound local due integrity\ honpoiv. roil' r fe'-UVd-; of.1 l\M.iily.oii: yxHi-n anil tlmt I ,

one who acted wrong and he saidto am. man is preached/ unto you the for- wit. be quickened by them. Starke 10.59: p. m. It'"., -Slou* t. 'i. S.! I Uj ii .. .u'! lliMfa 1. Mr\lua no person of |i I In."iMurml,I tiC i mill|pi'.i.s, nfFliulilii ,' 1 3
Moses; "Who made thee a prince Moses continued to make excuses \Iglveness of sins; and by Him all George H. liowry Chairman No. :11, Southbound local due I, "' im. ) I upon,.. w hunt, would.. .'Minmlly. 1.1 i nilHUI.I '

and l a Judge. over us ? Intendest and said "0 my Lord I am not that believe are justified from all Ministerial Association.rUKSBYTKHIAlV Starke 9:20 a. m. It d..r"I"r.In inilvroil, I Hint' the 'I"fnlaiit' ,
thou> to kill me, as thou didst the eloquent but I am slow of speech j I things from which ye could not be ---- No. 107 Southbound limited due NF\\' KXAMS! FOR ('ii ra I II, I'liilnr: ; :: .HPIIIMIIto.. lh.lll: |I I ofno
-: ..III.III'HI I I h.> I IKI .., .
Starke 10:27 | nil ilny AiiKtml ; S
: m.
Egyptian and of a slow tongue. But God ''justified by the law of Moses." t \KIIKIl 1'KKMITS A I li I 1 IH.IU I: iithvi ulno a il i -oia
"Then Moses fled from the faceof answered him, "Who hath mademan's Acts! 13: 38, 39 > No. 2 Northbound local due :..onriHHom;I : ; I I 1 IIH Miit,*nil :; I; :
Services Sunday July 10 as follows Starke 6'19 for I hii" fullitif.I I. to niipiiiIt | | i'S
: a m.
Pharaoh and dwelt in the landof mouth ? or who-maketh, the I 17. How has Christ made It I IN '
ru"El IOHI' .1..t.'I. hat. thinin '
Miilinn,; which adjoins the Red dumb. or deaf, or the seeing or possible for righteousness to" be I : .. No. ]2. Northbound local due llourcl of 1II'IIIIh U.I\I\.t"| RIgid; I "i"i.r hi pul.llHhcil I )) inn,, .n n w....l< for

Sea. The Priset of :Midian was the blind? have not I the Lord ? Imputed to the believer? "For as 10 a. m Sunday school lesson Starke 3 :31 p. m. Tc U for All Miir|>prn four. coiiniM(.oilritv' tO'vi'...I..I'III.h.wn.kH I In.. I th* Mtn.lfoni -

Heuel of Jcthro with whom Moses!! Now therefore go. and I will be by one man's disobedience many topic "The Call of Moses Exodus No. :10S Northbound limited due _._.. :of Knnmiil" rlii'iiliiilnn, I I!I, ii,piil.llxli niWHmnur t I I,
resided find whose daughters with thou and teach what 3.10-15: 4:10-12: Starke 6 ::01 p. m. In I Itiuilfiiiil Ciiiinlv:I I"l'rld:,;;: : : ,
om- mouth were made sinners, so by the obed- 'a. All barbers Florida must pnnn WttimiiH. inv, liniul. .. ...,1 the official'
''Zriporali( >)>, he married, and lived thou nhalt say/' i i lence of 'one shall many be made 11 m. Morning worship sermon Starke.. and Wan nee 101 leaves another. physical examination before scoot of mild' c'ouit' thin 1 hu J'Jnil, tlitvnf '

the life/ of shepherd. for forty" In killing ,the Egyptian slave I righteous." Rom. 5: 19. by the "puHtor" Theme "TheFool's Starke 7 :0() a. m. being granted state lleeixupa JUnO A. 1>. ,li',13.U !'W.. ALTiKUMAV, 0 XP

years driver Moses forgot that vengeance I 18. What prophetic declaration Creed No. 102 arrives 2 :MO p. m. for the fiscal: year/ which opened (R"'I'k/ of I Mm, Clmult' I'.i.ii't. J,

"Now Mimes kept the flock of was God's and not his. It ,, foretold this truth' "In the Lord 7 p. m. Christian!! Endeavor. Topic Cloning of MaIL.. July 1, V. V. Voght of Jacksonville KAr-lt U I linnlforil" I'nunly I Flotilla. w1, il4

Jetliro his father-in-law the priest seldom to hurry God in his | Israel be "Have I a Right to Live :My ? Mouth Doirnr.AH
pays I shall all the seed of justified chairman'of the state board KUANCIH ii mru
of Mlillnn: and he led the flock to work. It Is said that a desert is a'' and shall glory." Isa. 45:25.: Own Life?" Leader, Miss Beatrice Train No. 11, parcel pout, 9 a. m. of burbcra examiners, said Friday. Hr.llcltniH for C"IIIplllln..III.8.U.6t.1U. S kt

the back side of the desert >evento great school teacher. I 19. What other prediction asserts I Sullen. No. 10?. let left! special delivery The state hoard of health haM -! : -

Horeb Behold the bush.burnedwith Most of us have a desert in our j I the same great truth ? "By I 8 p.' m. Union service at the and special: handling. 10.10: a. m. requested the barbers' board to include MtllfM. OK1 M tNII'll'tl. : C t Ill!
Ni.tlio In Itvrcby that tintli'innil 4J
Methodist church. Our people are Klvrn '
fire and the bush was not lives where like Moses John' the ills knowledge shall My righteous North the WosHermnn tent in the by vltin, of Unit ,rluln fliml, .

consumed, and Moses said I will Baptist Jesus of Nazareth or Saul I servant justify many: for shall urged to give these union meetings No. 12:, parcel post and letters. examinations, VoghC': said. The it...tiii. of for*.iIOHIITM'. ,,,,,,I.. mul I r..iiilrrinl 'I
their cordial support.A on JIIIIH. 131..1., A. I Ii. I,1.01hv:. / I
turn and this great \ 3:15
now aside
see of retire for soUtary : p. rn
Tarsus we
may bear their Iniquities. Isa. 53-11: state board also has requested examining ilunratle, l A. K Ailklnn, Jiiiluo nf
tight' the bush is not burnt. cordial Invitation to all our No. 108 letters npeclal. deliveryand .
why study of God and our own physicians to .subject applicants I ha ailth .linllolitl Clii-iill of KlorIda.

And God said "I am the God of lives. la those desert places 'we I I eousness 20 What of does Christ the enable imputed God right-to services extended to all.BOATDRAIN. special: handling 5:40: p. m. for health certificates to Ji.Hfiph... Iri M.I Unit Wilson nrrialn,an riinMM llqulilatnr wlii.r.ln, for,, }

I thy father the God of Abraham. hear the calls to serve our fellowmen do and still be just? "To declare .- Ktarke & \\'annex* Ilrtuuh "rigid text In the Interest of public liiiiiifortl County, Tlanft. n .rorpnrii, ,,t
the God of Isaac and the God of and God.DAILY Mall cloned 7:00: a. m health." I Inn IN rnniiilaliiaiit. I uml A. 1C OirnntniH -
I say at this time Ills righteousness Urnn I'uriinliim. J"n,,'. II.IIKllHh -
| Jacob1" that He might be Just and Mall arrives 2'40: p. m The public also was requestedby I I I Mnnlmlti.ii i C6inin,nv *'ortMiru
: :
"Come now therefore. and I will BIIH.K THOVGIITS : Night mall closes, 6:10: p. m. the state board to demand clelmIIn..n (Ion,, .1. M Alviiron: mul:, : l..I I IV WitlnwrlKht ::.:
: the justifier of him which bellevethIn ...' t
UK "I..r. tnnlfr will .if.J .
I (end l thee unto Pharaoh, that. thou ,- Jesua." Rom.. 3:26.: Mitt Cherry Harrrll <. or.I Train No.1. south 10:B9) p. m. and other sanitary conditions W. Atvaiim. d 1i.('(.,, ,..d. .are d.fendmitMi -

mayest bring forth my people the July 8. Train No. 2. north 6.19: a. m. when patronizing barber I hopn I, tin I un.i.iHlitiif1.. IIH Hiit.lnlMiiHtvi I
2 1. Behold the salth ', ulll) iii'11 I I' sill, to 0 Mm
children days come "r"
of Israel out of Egypt. Joy for Weeping: His anger en- thus. Bun. Sohndulnt hlt.IH..1 I Ami (lout hhl.l"r..1$ $ I I ili.. Houtliiloor i .
I And( Moses said unto God "Whoam dureth but moment: in his favourIs the Lord that I will raise unto I Misses Audrey arid Beatrice Dixon Dally effective Jan. 1. 1932. of Urn nonrt hot,.. III fit nrke.

t that I should unto Phar- life; weeping may endure for a David/ a righteous Branch. and a i spent Sunday with Alias Ruth Northbound 03 1:59 I'anamlCity. -" Two bridges 14rid'"rl ioiinty. "'In"let"" on I Mnnilny r
go : a. rn, : p. .
lint J ,
and spanning St. Androws Bay to be tl..t duv of August" A )
sob, and that I should bring forththe night but Joy cometh in the mornIng King shall reign and prosper Ella Priest. m., 4:59: p. m, 8:19: p. m. I IIMJ, IIII"I.r.l .K I ha Icmil I houiH,' of null I .,

children of Israel out of ,---Psalm 30: 5. shall execute judgment and justiceIn Mrs. J. O. Gray,has been spend- Slutbbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p painted. for thfl .iiiiinM... | .* of MittlKfylnic( Hiihffinal .. .
Judah Fort Myers New service station "1u roi the folftiwlriir ..tea'rlho'Ilying
In His
the earth days friends
In. Starke with
i Egypt JulyTruth 0 ing a while m., 4:34: p. mv 12:50: a. m. Iniiilfl. nnil l.nliiK In limdfnr .
Moses( was now about 80 years Makes. Free: Then said shall be saved and Israel shall dwell and relatives. Tickets and information at on McOreogor. Koulveard C,,n my |1"1111'1.1.| 11I."iL' C ,

[ old, ant half that time had been Jesus If ye continue in my word well safely; and this Is His name Mrs. Lizzie McKinney and daugh. Smith's Service Station next to formally Wildwood opened.J. V. Harris, All fullowM Unit: .Hint,,,..,..1.,1 of on In nl hoc
pent In the ,solitudes of the des- then are ye my disciples- indeed; I whereby He shall! be called, The ter. Edna spent Sunday with Mr. courthouse. -- con- h"IIM' oC N. l P. I M/iirninmi" or' Thomn-
MOn 'lot. Oil tlln H.lllfl.I I.I/ f'Mnt... tf. _
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talnlnK' Nina ntrtm rni)i'" .,r |I..J.M, nnil _
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county, KlollilH. ti-wlt:
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"- -"- i iI I flclobt service, the value of which Williston L. B. McLeod Construction Tarpon bpnngs Y. ,. ,1'-

Bradford; County TelegraphEstablished I will become increasingly apparent Co., this city received Camp at Crystal Beach, i ti
i Ofher'PjpnsOur f I aa'tbe years come and go. KAIFORD $161,666 contract for 10.40 miles from here, opened. sales

1877 om. "It Is said that not one of the ICed Kerce, Cor. surfacing In Levy County. Tavares-D. C. Copenhu

'F ,.' ., I large number of prisoners In th'ebig Fort Myers Repairs made to chased Tavares ice route an 'pur.;
J Institution who did not re- I- roof of.auditorium.
own genial' CctngrpsMnan., II from Florida. Public! Servi
'. MEMBER spect the chief being: sympathe 1 Foundation rock being laid on
: aa Is Fort
Lax ((Ircen. and deal cM Senatoi r Mrs. Cecil Island of Sebring Myers Planting i 500
VL "'Zetcher'lad better 'fete"'K'ad' 'They, tic, thoroughly human, yet a stick- I visiting her sister) this week road from,4, ;ylvan Shores! Mount trees, at Ft. Myers Beach first

} WkoRiDAPRESS ASSOCIATION did not' have- oppofilfclotj'\ thla yearas ,, ler for dlsclpyne.! .! _Eyery Individual Mrs. Maxie Moore and children Dora, to Eustis. project in unified beauty atlt I
at rtaifpfl felt they hash; a friend .: Mrs, June ,
e Eustis -
\ the tendency ot the:!; people 1932 in the superintendent one who understood room 1 503! Magnolia Ave I
.. decidedly hard on lheJ"M-, MadI .. Moore's- brother, S. H. Moore of ed tea at St. Augustine\ ---New roll, i sllst
'. icon I Enterprise-Reader the, frailties of men and this place. nue. rink ,
ing opened on Magnoli Lot
,.. W011'leland was ever ready to counsel : Mr. and Mrs. E, D. Yelvington )" '- I

It seems that thl't/t'Wllp! / pM-s' et, and"chee.). spent Monday li, St. Augustine visiting .
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Published and Entered Second Class a hreak The Internal''rbvenu l ./ ,As' a result of the conduct of friends, ,
as \
ti Weekly on Fridays has
a commission has ruled that newspaper tha, state farm, Florida won Mrs Loran'e' Redd of Jacksonville -
.Mattenat" the Post Office at Starke, Florida plants are Industnial enterprises commendation' from other states was'fcalford' Monday as the
'f', | I 1- You Know ? 1
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and electricity used by that because of its'operation of the guest of''Mr. R ad's parents Mr. .. .F--.FI..iJ'r .
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f 1 ; state prison 'The program established \ :
Is not taxable under the new reve- and Mrs.. A; T, Pedd:
; E. .S*,Matthews ". .____ __ -,. _____ ,.:_ ___ Owner and Publisher, nue law.- ,Ocala Star. by the 'late Captain Butch |1, F. M1"Maricy; of Oteen. N. C., ." _, ._. .. "... -

J. C. Robinson l .,____ __ -. ______________ Managing\ Editor, I -0---; : will no doubtybe continued by his I Iia vislt1r wltH'' his mother, Mrs,
!, "HOlIVIII ,does no\\ suit"' ''Borah, successor, I* F. Chapman assistant i W. U Marley

ttfp{ : toosevelt does not suit Smith and superintendent' ,li. performing the | Mrs: J. B. Swilley of Cedar Key, Aiww.a .,y:;..
;fp SUBSCRIPTION RATE neither'.Hoover DO Roosevelt suits I I duties of .8\:1p'erlptendent.-Ocala\: Is spending a week with her par e" al vyp is, 1

Yearly$1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance the' 'head r of the Anti-Saloon I! Banner. I' y '. ents, Mr. and Mrs E. P. Johnson. -: 3
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LeAgue: 'WhaF are we coming A party composed of 4-H club

Eh Advertising Rates on Application'Lot anyway?--Perry Herald, Mr. Voter -I girls left Tuesday morning for In-

has. at last started voting to suit: 'Late terlachen, and expect to spend a
of belles peeled after the Fourth. hlmaplfIlll i| week's vacation there. The 4-H
O I club boys returned last Friday after1
o When the 1033 legislature meets '<3'0 Classify their: annual outing there.

The glorious' ) Fourth is remembered longest by those who, one of the matters that must be at" '.; Miss Lilly MacDonald, who has
'" tended ta, and probably will' be,'W! 'S RUSSELL been spending sometime as the

s blister easily """" ::1 the redistricting of the etaie, to''I See...,."".r Florida prtM. KAY AMOCI.IIOS, guest of her sister, Mrs. Ury' G.
o- provide district for the neW' con- Sapp, of Lake Butler, returned to

> 8\ Lot of spring gardens were used to raise neighbor'sSPrIng I grossman elected yesterday and It i Well it looks like" Florida where folksreache4 ,her home here. J, y'itswas"wujR
the they
1M quite |likely that Congressman pyint ,J M Conner of Lake Butler,
a chickens., I : ., ( I Green, next time, will have to run ;I thought it night be a good idea to was a business visitor here Mon-
a t. against the man who won in this I Iatlarge take a law: ,,$\f these political MAc -
Ht I and see if they day.Lewis s
I' race. -- Madison Enter JH1Ii apart, .
visiting here r
Reynoldswas .
: Headline says bull kills former legislator. That smacksof ?
F 11 ; ctllUl:','fj'nd (I) twhat made 'em go- last Wednesday. .
prlseRecorder.'H And did theyvdtj It, I'll say they I
i .. the impossible. '' i Charles Gunter of Jacksonville,
1.s l 0jot' ,Governor .Martin also was unwise did. spent last ,Wednesday here visit
;: In some of his campaigning.Prior -- ing his father Neatum G. Gunter. y
Since, it'sall' over you can start'picking your candidate to the first primary hei; Insisted And all the Ting's horses and all Miss Ella Mae Thornton daughter -

for governor in 1936.; .,, that nobody had any chance the king's ''men, couldn't put 'em of Ebb Thornton of Starke, has
If 0 except him and Governor Hardae.and together again,, ever", If they could returned to her home there. after

', ., except for..a I few referencesto find all the. pieces, gut It only spending a week visiting her uncle,
t '' y As soon as the election bets are all paid off, we'll nettle:! Durrance,' practically' Ignored goes to:' 1'Iow, )what: an outraged H. T. Thornton.

n down to normality again. the other candidates When the first public can do When' r" 1 It, finally" getsup Mrs. W. H. Lee of Lak4uButler, -
primary showed that somebody else on Its ear. .rv ef. o .,
in Raiford last
o was Thursday -a dsYtCll
r!, .' 1 1" lid have a chance then began a -
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Citizens of Raiford are In favorof
;, '1 ,1 Madison Enterprise-Recorder says a,"sensitive soul cannot I bitter campaign of personal abuse The people1; Florida did more appointing a constable and justice -

\ afford to run for an office,., upon the one who emerged the vIctor than selectA I Democratic' nominee of peace to serve lengthy 01'' Fla L t Ft
ninci i in the Second PrImary, they Just
Tuesday. We do not believe 'f
terms. A will be held later
M o vIn I that the way to achieve high office I naturally road.,up''on their hindI and the question will be fully de- y

c .caje, you forget, your letter. will be returned, if only Is to pull somebody else down, although I legs and with tfalavanche) \, of votes cided upon. j<
that method is voice ,t6 their ,contempt and I ,
sf t frequently gave ,
2 is thereon. Mr. and Mrs Levy Alvarez were
placed .
centspoytage t. followed. sometimes- with success. disgust for those who were so misguided f
visiting Mrs. Alvarez' parents, Mr. ;:;
t t ,. Madison-Enterprise Recorder. as to-believe that the man-i and Mrs S. T. of Lake 1
J. I ; Dowling ..... v\\>: "'"
-a-- hood and womanhopd of this great ,_ J....... .... ....__
,, Exchange says it's an old fogy who believes necking and. .. The supervising architect of the : commonwealth: was, so dumb and Butler Monday : ....-............_..::.. ..J-... \'_""1 '.........- ......1. .-....__" ..Jr
ttkyl'ttkyl'"r petting,were invented by this generation. treasury ,has been rque ted by unintelligent it) could be swayedby I Mrs Minnie Brown. Mrs. J. H.I : .., ... .;.. /A..p.A. c..J'I'......, A.l.m
Ritch and Mrs John Dowling were I mHATln'BueonHIII Park'VI torl"Brltlsh Columbia, It to be found
of Insinuations
', y o II'' ,' Congressman R. A. Green to prohibit a campaign slimy -
is of political the use in Florida of building character asaaasinatlon, mud In Starke last Friday Chopping. j.l. this ancient Chinese Bell It It.,>' -'e' antiquity and wtt brought
thanks defeated '
( Card by candidates),, are materials produced outside of the I and filth the like of which had Raiford baseball team played a to Victoria front}. trie; sacred pal., the 'tlm._of-the-Bo->urJt
about as genuine as a woman's complexion. state when such materials can be never before been attempted.The team from Glen St. Mary last Sun 1eb.lllort? !.'. !.:. ,wr ....,. -
Sh1'i day on the Incal diamond and won ..-- --
secured In Florida for
--0-- a cheaper
i ,Automobile owners should be glad they b are not required i price and of just as good a gradeas I marvelous vote given the 4.over the visitors by a score of 14-

those from the outside In his young man frqrn Daytona Beach,
?;tt io buy oversize tires to help carry'the tax load.! appeal to the department Congressman while a wond rlju k tribute of pub- .

r-O Green contended that stone lic faith and Confidence; In Mr.

r quarries, cement plants and brick Sholtr, stands as. an even greater WOODLAWN
: :Talking about keynote speeches at conventions, a manmade yards in Florida produce adequate tribute tothetltl>.thousands of men I r : t

one, the.other night hl'ough.the keyhole to his wife in materials of superior valuf foe: )all and women who1',cast their Individual Miss Debbie Phillip! Cor. '1

: order to get pp the inside. Federal construction In this state, ballots tn .favor of decency, / l 1EUY
h h and* the use of Florida materials CLEAN politics and fair play. 1 1

+ o would give employment at the producing '.,..... Mr. Sanford Rich of' Starke! wasa 'I

.A,gopher'race 1 was held at Ocala Fourth -of Juy) and it plants to hundreds of Flor. The spirit o! FAIR PLAY has visitor here Sunday.

f fif ?' is reported$! several former state candidates attending, envied Idian who are now long been dominant In the hearts of I Mr. and Mrs. J.: S. Normap- spentthe ? '.$'QC Tires NOW!
He protested unemPloyed'j all true Americans. We love' a week-end H: Valrlco and Plant
the speed shown by the winner. tatlon into Florida CLEAN' r fight,,and a blow BELOW City, the guests of relatives.

z 0 terlals as cement, rock and brick. the belt never fajls to turn our Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and While Stock Lasts!

(' l Prohibitionists -Times-Union. (I I sympathy- the one who receivesIt. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gaskins were
might not take much stock in the
.o I visitors to Lake Kingsley Sunday.Rev. NEVER BEFORE have we given such amazing
Digest's,, prohibition )poll, but there are several congressmen Tribute to Capt. Butch I I I C. A. Crosby of Rising, Tires and Tubes.
_ 1 f __ who can testify that they are out of a job. Throughout the state newspapers ., And that's a, healthy state of preached at the Baptist. church pre-faoliday bargains on Firestone
are offering. tribute to the mind, individually': collectively, j' here Sunday. Here ia opportunity you have been looking for to

..t :l r 0-. .- late Capt. J. S. Blitch, superintendent j and,we need t bave little fear as to Miss Edna Milliard'of Valrlco Is .replace the thin, worn tires on your car before,you

:. Perry News !says it is not so much a question as to where of the state prison farm who the future (FLORIDA when hercltizensan(1'eh the guest of her grandparents, Mr. tart on your holiday trip.
___ k' was affable, able and kindly. He masse,as they did and Mrs. D. L.
;y you were born but why were yoga born, and adds, some people did his Job well The following l Is .'I on June,2Bth'In'!! ,'' defense of this I I Tavener Phillips.Mr. of Jacksonville, These prices can only last for a limited time. When

; we know have'no excise for this at .all.: But convince themof from the Gainesville Sun: t .1' great AMERICAN PRINCIPLE. was a visitor here Sunday.Mr. I our stock'of Tax Free Tires and Tubes is gone, prict'tfon

this fact*. .. "Coming from a line of-i j..tundy: -- I and Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. Firestone Tires and Tubes will
stock, people of character .!rand J I I Well,'It'seema that there la noth D L., Phillips and daughter, Miss go up.
p- principle, Captain Jj.S: Blltch for ing quite fto ffppt4ve'as: a big dose Debbie, visited the state farm Sun Remember-onlyFirestone Tires are made with

_ w Florida received less money during April and May from many years supterintendenti..of of SHOLTZ wiled( It comes to day. the patented construction features of Gum-Dipping:
the 7-cent Florida's penal institution the cleaning out a political\ nest. I Mr and Mrs. D,Carter and sons,
gas tax than was paid' in during the same two state prison farm aodTwo Extra Gum-Dipped Cord Plies under die TreIMI.
near' Ralford, Maurice and MelvIn were visitorsto
l'' months in 1031 from the 6-cent levy. There's a limit to all gave to Florida a peculiar and *f-' And while It looks like LITTLE Starke Monday. Come in today. Buy; nova old gave.Th .

forms of taxation. ,DAVID was all set for the Gover- Mrs J. S. Jones of Miami visited

> t o .'_ nor's High Chair don't overlook relatives here last week.
WHAT EDITORS I the, fact that he'* still got one more Mesdames J. N. and W. H. Nor
Collector of internal revenue objects to tradesmen 'Warning ARE SAYING hurdle to jump, and what happens man were visitors to Starke Fri. S

increase in price of articles on the new federal tax. Well, ELEPHANT and, what happensin day. ,
: blame the increase November will depend a whole --. --
t ,{ on the nomination of Roosevelt for the
"Governor Roosevelt !U a man of lot on HOWEY behaves himself be-
c ? presidency by the Democrats: warm, humane sympathies but not tween now and then. '
----0 one to al'.ovs: emotion to becloud his Heilbronn Springs '\

Lake residents of another section are having speed boat Social Intellect.tat to-No propound upsetting, however plans mild no You know flock of voters can Miss TkelM IXh.d.n, Cor. r t1r

f,, 1 artists arrested for disturbing the Some and winning In form, could appeal just naturally mess'up anybody'sold .
peace. of the
speed "
playhouse when they get started -
; t to a public man who warns the
_ 1 fiends on Kingsle/ would learn a little discretion perhaps if Lesitflatuie: against Uoatroylng! or and when to manytof 'em can't Mr. Spencer Crawford, of Jacksonville F

: ? they were placed under the jail. tearing rebllllo.New York Times, I his aunt and uncle, Mr 'and Mrs
--0- .. (tad, Dam).
'' ;Anyhow:,'"'Kit( got one Consolationwe T. J. Moore. 1
Since inaugurating the new federal takes, Tarpon Springs I -- know'it' will$ be "a CLEAN t '
,11 Mr. Roosevelt In the apostla Mr. Crow Jones spent last Tues-
Leader inquires if G. O. P. stands for Get Our Pennies. It cf all, and the diJdple of none, 01 fight for even !n, he was that kind day in Jacksonville.Mr. .

_ does look like Hoover is satisfied there n'o we see It. 83 Mr Roosevelt finds of a guy, which he AIN'Tt, Mr. Seeber add George Forsyte
are more dollars obstacle In ills path. If championing Howey couldn't say anything /i
__ P;; < and hiss after the small change. the :cau of alt Is liberalism against poor DAVE that hasn't already and Lonzle Rhoden spent last Sunday Tics
5 and liberalism la oll"hon..tyhen been said, so both candidates in Alachua with friends.
ix 0- lit ua have more liberalism. and dia- Miss Willie Mae Newsome and That Taught
will probably spend their time talkIng 0
Plant City Courier suggests a change in election laws. al- honesty. If beln; conservative Is In about themselves and their Pitt Newsome. Owen Carter and
}lowing a "young of the Interest of the political par.era.and Paul Newsome all motored over Thrift
army campaigners gathering about each such a atand la/ honesty then PARTIES rattier than about each to Starke' Saturday afternoon. CC
t precinct at an election to bewilder and embarass the heaven deliver: ua from such hon other.
voter esty."_E. K. Hayes, Sauk City, A very large crowd from around 71 KilSOilu ,
It is
also useless effort for the 0--workers. Wiac. Pioneer, .P......-, (Rep). sure And enough it appears In ERNEST that folks about!were Mr. here Hartmann's attended the dance dancing hall at contestat Starke .

w "Rooaevelt, aa every del ."te Monday night.
There are no hard times in Washington, according to a anxloua for a r: rtjr :victory will& Amos now we'll see how much *
Misses Essie Crawford, Eva Underhill -
i speech reported in the Congressional know has an enormous popular LEE-way the banks will get from
and this
bit of fallowing throughout the country. the new comptroller.And Beatrice Underhill, Mr
information should cheer taxpayers and make 'em' strive The leaders and the city ba... and Mack Carmichael and Roy Mc- COMPARE CONSTRUCTION QUALITY. FK1C>.

to dig up theirtax payments cheerfully. The the big business contingent may bo Mr. Hardin Peterson turned Cloud aU attended church at Sax- '
new department
of hostile. But the people are for Roo- out to be a pretty good plumber ton Sunday night. 'AN.toae 'fire.'oae Tirtone
a commerce building, nicknamed "Hoover's is aovelt. And It la the people. In thus
built year of grace and disgrace who are after all. anyhow he fixed Florida's Mr. Claude Rowe and Dutch COURIER TYPE
c c4 at a cost of 17000000. on a $30.000,000 site and $7- going to do the voting and the DRANE sa with$ Sears Caldwelland Harley and Misses Edna Davis and

; 000,000 worth of fine buildings were torn down to clear the elactlng. The d'e (ntes will be Wtlcox. well have a nice Hew' Clara Mae Parmenter all attendedthe s ,..
keenly aware of that. They will beoa.aer S60LDf1ELDi6 $311NJ1NEL49 """" .JO.
{' T a site to have a candidate who will FOURSOME in Washington.They're I' dance Monday night. E .fACMOI I I
+ ( Miss Essie Crawford spent the /OUGNHT '
;j _o Insure victory In their own respective IOUGHT /
c states: And Roosevelt towers men and I Fourth at the state farm .with. her IN'AIRS IN'AlAS IN IAI
;. comptroller-elect Lee proposes to put successful business head and shoulders and (trunk If they can keep half of 'em, they'll I I cousin Arlle Carlisle. 4-75-19' 4.40-21 30X3): )

'rt men in charge of liquidating busted banks and giving them above the crowd. -OimUia. Nebr., be doln' a lot,. i -M"-Freeman: Rhoden and Levy
World Herald. Un LI.
r i onlya.reasonable time in which to make some dividend prog- ." .< Well anyhow.-:Mr Martin isi Sweat made a business trip to ___ Ora.S1._rs..u.....+r z- ___-----

,rt'ss.! r If they fail the depositors will be i invited to sit in and "Franklin D. .Roowvelt, la "'nnueatlonably STILL-,tile E -OOVERNOR.Leeaburg I- Jacksonville. Monday. tM.t.a, .. s ...f..ta,. ._ ......_ fw ..d a.J.
: the the logical man *-T --- -- _....._.._ w ___ Mt6Ne thfNtan. -
cards laid on the table. Probably this will appeal to depositors the Democrats becauae he la t4 .'.__ Tb.r ..... wfbsas al..w..e.k w. ..mninuiT. f. r'ri
Ball Palmetto F. E. and E. O. Lee ..
and tb.'f'M..d..dwdwta..idattb.Nrp4. vm
moat popular sod the strongest and recreation B vr PbwUM tin kaan taw *T ... tfc oeu17-to
and also Comptroller Lee's statement purchased Simmons' I. O. A. Store .
tai that "assets of because his popularity and strengthare park being ereceted in Kerl'a addi-. ,
busted banks do not belong to the comptroller nor to liquida- baaed upon qualities that eminently tion, just off Dixie avenue. corner Lemmon Avenue and Sea Liss Ie'M..Y......rt_''t,trrtlt.t.t Mi*Our S..... (
OrB. They belong to depositors lit him for the oRIc o2 board crossing.
and they are entitled to know pr.aldent-quallU. that will\ stand Starke About 3.000 hampers Lake Worth Two traffic lights

mething about what they own." the acid t. rayctteville, N. c., cucumbers shipped from her during Installed: at Lake and Lucerne ave.nues. .
; -, PeopU'a Advocate (IDem. past few days J. W. ANDREWS Jr. Starke Fla.I .

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