Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
July 15, 1932
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Two Mix-Ups Here I BRADFORD'S 4-H]: COMMISSIONERS ESTIMATE, 1 Chairman Wells Bonus Marchers Many-_-_ New Faces ..f '

Saturday Night: GIRLS ,CAMP A TINTERLACHEN I COUNTY EXPENSES_ FOR 1933 Pays Tribute To Hunt Food Here ToBeSeenln '


hmxrti and Hammers Figure InWeekend I The board of county commission.. FKW STAKKITESPOKOOT8c Party!Nominees; H. Walker of Washington, D. Senate House

Scraps I _.-_._ I ers of Bradford county, Florida!, : POSTAGE I C.. and D. Perklnmm of New York ,

I The annual girls '-II Club met July 4th in regular session I __ City two members of the Bonus
took place in Starke I camp I with all members present as follows Sajs Contention" Chose. Outstanding Army now beselglngr the
Tw'i fights : under the direction'of Miss Pearl : The local post office department capital t'pnfr Iloiimt to Huvo 14 New '
the near vicinity Saturday Jordan : J. L. Underbill, chairman:;: Men and. Good city, were In Starke Wednesday
and home dem'nstration ha had
I agent,'a. W. Hlnson, J. M. Rosier, J. a. little ).Ialtom. afternoon iieeklngfood and MrinlxT" i 75 In the Lower
night was held at Interlachen July 5th to Crews and R. T. Osteen. trouble with people who justcan't *. recruit '
event -
The preliminary happened 1 9th with forty-eight girls enrolled remember that it takes
on a country road near Crosby from the different communities of The minutes of the last meetingwere ,three cents to mail a letter Harry H. Wells former chairman -' They were milking their forag- Fourteen naw faces will be seen
read and approved. of the state Democratic In K tour In a Ford truck In 1933 .
I lake about 10 o'clock when John the county. Miss Jordan was as- now. This may be due to the covered I the senate when the legIMuturo ,
I Thigpen of Starke and Hubert sisted In the activities Mr. W. H. Harrell presented an ract that It Is the I summer executive committee and now with painted, slogan, "Senators l convenes, while of the 95 j,

I Kelly of Hellbronn Springs came Miss' Melrose Jordan camp of Wrights-by i Itemized bill for additional expenses season and '.most absent- chairman: of the Florida highway Don't Need ft, but We Do," and' house members who served In 1931 "
in commission Tuesday tribute "Bonus or Bust." 21 have been returned. .
I to blows knife blows. vllle, Ga., Miss Frances Landerenof building a fence along minded professors and school paid I only
J Tblgpen did most of the damage, Jacksonville and Freddie Dodd, i the county line tp protect cattle teachers are away on vacation. to the Democratic party's nominees The two men did not seem to be In the senate there will be 18 ,' ,

I cutting: Kelly badly about the Howard Moore and Richard Smith i. owners in Bradford county from According to Postmistress .for president and vice-presi meeting with any success here for Hold-overs became only those sen- '

I throat, arms and hips. The arguI of Starke. Impounding charges In Alachua H. H. Young only ten dent its platform and the Florida when last sera their truck, in which ators residing In odd numbered

I mrat Is supposed to have started When the girls arrived at I county. The amount of the bill letters have been malted herewith delegation at the national conven- theY"proposed to carry provisionsback districts were required to run thin .

I with a disagreement over a young they were divided into four camp I was $18.55. This was approvedand two cents postage sinoe tion. to Washington, was Just as I year. Among the senators who i,
I woman companion of SampsonCity. Misses Ozena Green, Juanlta groups ordered paid. the new rate went into effecton "The Democratic party has empty as when It entereu the city. erred in 1931 and who were candidates i

Mr. H. P. spoken through its national They I were a little discouragedwith to succeed themselves! only) i
j Dukes, Vivian Brannen and Re- Gainey spoke in be- July 6. Although the number con-
I Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Deputy becca Monds were half of Mr. Rocnire asking help of postcards used! may vention," Wells said in a prepared their reception In this part of John W. Watson, J. W. Turner

I W. W. Balsden who made the group leaders. The activity appointed points as for him on account of cancer. After have Increased slightly, ahe statement In Tallahassee upon his I the country and raid that the further Truman G. Futch and J. J. Par. .
and, return from the I South they came the less Interest rlsh were successful. (
both Thigpen due consideration feels convention wherehe
I arrests placed were given them and a very keen the commissioners sure that postal receipts -
I the woman in Jail, releasing them jcompettton developed throughouti agreed to pay $15.00 per for the month will went as an alternate. they found In the army and However, of the new senators. '

I later as no charges were preferred. i! the week between the club mem- week for four weeks as hospital show no decrease.INJURED "Franklin D. Roosevelt, Its doings. Consequently they Intended 0. Stuart GIllis, W. P. Shelley. '
I The officers bad no sooner returned -I fees to Mrs. Gill. nor of New York and gover-I to turn around here and-.. Hugh Halo, J. Edwin Larson and' '

I to town and taken Kelly j bers.From 9 to 12 (i'cloc t each mornIng Bond of C. C. Melvin as deputy .. .. Garner of Texas, speaker j double back to Jacksonville W A. :MacWIllIams have had previous ,

I to receive medical attention when I instructions were given In arts sheriff at Brooker, was approved. national house of representative I But if they were discouraged at i, i legislative experience, eitherIn I

1 another battle, this time a real and other work. The afternoons Bill( for feeding Inspectors, YOUTHBROUGHT are. the party nominees for president I the result of their foraging campaign J the house or senate. 4

I free-f or-all, broke out at the cor- were devoted to various recreation/I clerks and deputy sheriff in election HERE and vice-president. they certainly were not at In the house. representatives t' 'I' '

Iner of Call street in front of stunts. I precincts No. 2 and No. 3 for "These nominees unquestionably'the prospect of getting the bonus, who served In the. 1931 sesnlonwore ; \h

[ stump's Store. Mr. Royal Dixon spoke to the I 25.10: was presented.: Upon motion have enthusiastic endorsement of I at least they would not admit any nominated as follows: J. M. '

I The principals in the main event, girls Thursday afternoon on Birds I duly seconded, and by vote A young man about 18 years old, I Democrats In every section of the I' IOHS of faith Sapp of Bay, Dwight L. Rogers ;

I of the evening were Andrew, :Ma-' and Insects, telling them many Interesting the same was ordered paid. The suffering a fractured skull frac- country When asked If many of tho army of Uroward, John D. Trammcll of 4

I gyra and O. Z. Wiggins, but brothers and useful, things about same allowance was made to Inspectors tured leg and prpbably a broken "Regardless of preference for hal taken advantage of the gov Calhoun C. M. Collier of Collier "

j ers of both combatants took active their lives.Tbursday. in all precincts in the back was picked up one mile this the nominees prior to the final ernment's offer to pay fares home S. P. Roblnoau of Dude S. E. j

I parts In the proceedings. morning the .regular county.Mr. side of Baldwin and brought hero ballot Democrats will unite "on they replied that only a few "who Teagtie of Franklin, J. It Peoples '

I Magyra bore the brunt of the attack quarterly meeting of the 4-H Council ,' CoIIey asked the county at 4 a. m., Sunday morning. these men Who were the overwhelming can't take It," had departed. The of Glades" F. I). Harrell of Ham ,

I of the Wiggins brothers who was held and the following girls commissioners for sufficient fundsto The youth'said his name was choice of the delegatesIn vast"majority were going to stick ilton, ?d. M. Andrews of Holmes, -!' '

I were armed with hammers. He was I were elected as new officers. for pay taxes of a Mr. W. P. West ; Oscar Kickliter and his home, the convention.On the Orst ballot .I and as the slogan/ on the' truck George Westbrook and I. N. Ken- if I

I beaten badly about the head and '' the coming year: Annie Laura of Orlando who, he says Is paralyzed Waycross, Ga. ;The motorist who Governor Roosevelt received said, get their "Bonus or bust." OrBS 'nedy of Lake, A. O. Kanner of ,

I required medical treatment. I''I Tucker, president; Lea Retta Jef Same was refuse found him lying at the edge of the substantial support from each of one of the men remarked, a lit Martin, W. V. Albury of Monroe, j', f
J According to reports the fight fords vlce-presdent; Vivian Bran-, road was on his way from Norfolk, the states, with the exception often tle less delicately;' "Wo may haveto Peter Tomasello Jr., of Okeecho- I
I scheduled to take The following reports were filed: Va., to St. Petersburg. Being unfamiliar kick ll out bee C. .'
was originally nen, secretary and Ozena Green I ) f------ of some of Fred Ward of Orange, R
I place at the bridge just south of I treasufer. The next meeting qf: costs County Judge's report of fines and with Vls part of the country "Fortunately, there are no reasons them, but well get It'!" K. Lewis and Elvin A. Bass of '

I town on highway 13, but in someway the council will be held at BrookerIn ; Jail inspector; home demonstration 'and not realizing the nearnessof for a single deflection or .'---- Paint Bench Frank Booth,and J. '

I the scene became shifted to September. Friday night'a agent. Also the follow- Jacksonville) he brought Kick- failure of party unity among LOCAL COMPANY Li. Kelly of PInellas L. W. :11m of i '

Call street where it added greatlyto farewell service waa held. Throughout ing county officers filed reports of liter here where he received medical Democrats In the coming" general St. Johns and A. P. Golf of .8uwannee ('

the entertainment ,of Saturday the week' the/: girls had been six receipts' months and of expenses 1932 for the first attention from Dr. W. E. Middle ,I election. While the contests were LEAVES SUNDAY ---21. jit.
the culmination : ton and Dr. F. V. Chappell.! I
night shoppers. It was observing: each other, In order to' spirited yet the usual irrecon- That leaves 74 representativeswho
of a week's feud said to ,) George A. Gardiner 'county When the seriousness of his condi.tion' j cllable bitterness toward iI i- equipment .
be able to select the members to' the nominees Packs are rolled, Is are now men, but of these, '
have started when Magyra misi 'judge; G. W. Alderman, clerk of was discovered Jones' ambu-I did not Issued have had '
and seven
represent th 4-H's. .Lea Retta develop. Apparently Headquarters Company, previous experi
i treated a small Wiggins boy.0a Jeffords was selected a? Miss 4-H: circuit court C.: A, Knight tax lance was called and Klckllter was ,t the nomination of Roosevelt and i ij Second' Battalion, 12 Hh Infantry, enco. They are: George W. Sco-
.''''.-..... .- (.collector; E. W. Hayes tax uses,801' taken to the county hospital In '
ancTher'foui?"aTfendants were Rebecca j Garner Is acceptable to those favoring .Is ready to take an ertvly train flr-1.1 of Citrus, J. Slater Smith of
Monds, Miss Head; Vivian ; W. J. Kpperson, sheriff; A. J. Jackannv'le. iI j' other candidate Sunday morning for Camp Foster Clay, A. [>. Rivers of Columbia,

; TrusteesMet Brannen, Miss Heart; Joyce Johns, Griffla, superintendent of public I The young man, 'wl1o e clothes "The Democracy of the country The company In In fine shape for !I''. L. Byrd of Flagler, W. II. Bin- 1 ..
j I
Miss Hands; Oulda Brannen, Miss were almost torn away by whatever Is interested In two things: (A) the two weeks encampment. ThereIn hop of JefTerson, A. L. Auvil of ,
I Health. Ozena Green was voted Bill of E. W. Hayes for balance struck him, was conscious ; Strength of leadership and courage I II a full'enlistment of twenty men, Pasco and C. H. Register of: '

Monday' the best focal leader and she placedthe on Interest and sinking fund for when he arrived here but could I possessed on the part of Its nominees who have spent much time during Union. ,t!,

four crowns on Miss 4-H while :1931 was approved; same to be not remember what, had happened. I and ((13)) its platform."A the past few .weeks preparing I' -- ---. ---- ', .
Miss Jordan awarded the ribbons. paid by the. state treasurer.Mr. When asked what had hit him'' careful analysis discloses I themselves for the duties of camp. 1'1(1\1' : UN I U KO-4NKU IS '
Presley of Hampton asked his only reply was, "I donvt know. Mont of the time will be devotedto
Essie Sapp made more activity that Roosevelt and Garner are the t'LAIMKU 111' DKATII ,
The board of bond trustees of I Just got tired of walking." f f Um
points than any other Individual. the board of county commission- strongest men among the various receiving instruction In the different -

[ Bradford county, met in regular Group B, Rebacca Monds as leader, era to pay for a car window whichwu possible nominees. They have that methods of communication Sigmund Rosner, 63, of Green

lesion July 11,' with the follow- rcored first In general camp ac broken out of his car on account strength of Joadcrshlp and states Including radio, telephone, tele- Cove Springs, died In a Jacksonville !
] kg members present: E. S. Matthews tivities. of his running Into telephonewire 1 County Schools manship demanded In the present graph and visual signalling.If hospital Saturday afternoon t

I chairman; H. P. Gainey, O. these awards! a attached to a pole, Jerking the stress of the times. Democracy is the thermometer continuesIts after an Illness of about one month. f 1
Following very
Haynes W E. Torode. Minutes ofIthelaat
pole against car. The matter was not efforts to establish an altitude
experimenting with these Mr. Rosner native
candle lighting servicewas i was a of Itou- .J (>
regular meeting were read Impressive referred to board of bond trus- 'nominees. record during the next two weeks
They proven themselves mania, moving to Jacksonvillemore
led held. Miss 4-H and Miss Jor- Opened Monday
I approved. tees or state road department, the in fashion Headquarters Company should be
dan formed the stern of the four- a agreeable to than 20 years ago, where he i .
Mr. bill *f
Prlesley presented a > county commissioners having no those acquainted with the record. content to receive Instruction while remained in business. until *he retired -
leaf clover and the four
14.70 repairs to auto glass, brokenby groups authority to look after roads, "With naming: the nominees the the rifle companies are sweating on Mr. Rosner has lately made
leaf. The candles
coming In contact with telephone the clover candle were bridges or telephone lines which All schools) In the county) except convention adopted the strongest the parade ground. his home !In Green Cove Springs, '
I wire of the Brooker TelePhone which lighted from the light of home run along the side of public roads Starke and Hampton, opened I platform yet submitted to the Lieutenant T. T. Long wishes to with his eon, William/ Rainer who 'I f

Co., on the Brooker road. signified or otherwise.The. Monday with what appeared to be 'American people. That Is notable remind our readers that regimental Ile one of the prominent businessmen ,
the state and
life from county.
[ Payment was denied. the national club board then tOOl a recess until an average attendance.The for brevity, charity. courage, post parade will be held Sunday afternoon of north Florida.

I Mr. A. J. Griffis asked the "Dreaming the girls car 9:30: Tuesday, July 5th, 1932. opening of the Hampton tiveness and a very definite way July 24. This Is an an He wall a member of the Jacksonville .' A .
board was as
to school song sung .
allow the Hampton their in various direc- The board met July Sth, pursuant school: has been delayed until the out of our present crisis and gov nual event that attracts thousands Jewish Center; I. O. B. S., j
I minorities the use of the grading to! recess on the above date with new school building la completed.It ernmental\ of visitors to Camp Foster. No. 365, And the Jewish Progressive -.

I \outfit: for levelling the' grounds of tions. all members present.The will probably open around the "The great popularity of the -- CSChOOL I.. Society. He la survived by f '

J the Hampton school. The board, t -s"Ruse" Error & Insolvency Reportfor 25th of this month. nominees and the platform la def- BOARD KKIMJCEHSL'l'EIUNTKNDKNTM two daughters, Mrs. B Jacobs of $,

I panted the request with the understanding Or "Rose" 1930 taxes was tiled showingas The Starke school will begin Its initely reflected In the immediaterise PAY Starke; and Miss Jane Rosner New 1'

I that the work be doneat follows: State taxes on per term on.September Sth. on the stock exchange, cotton, York City; one son, William Ros ') '
I such time as the grading crew You MayBe Wrong sonal grain and other agricultural ncr Green Cove sister I'
property uncollected, for tax The schools that opened this commodities Board Springs; one -
ws In the section! and met with members May '
Hampton year 1930. including state tax week and their faculties are: taking the lead. We have I and two brothers.
and Minutes of
Jwpensea of operaUon be paid by If you Intend to vote for Frank lands, sale of 1929, unredeemed Theressa: Mrs. Floy Sullivan. definitely turned the corner since : Surrency present Funeral services were held at .
I** school last meeting read and approved.
authorities.The tin D. Roosevelt in the 534923.: County taxes as follows Lawtey: W. L. Beacorn. principal the convention acted. I the chapel of the Burns-Howard
A L. Sullivan met the board
committee appointed to confer Ing national election, It : General fund. 2299.00; fine : Mrs. W. L. Beacom, primary; "We had a fine delegation at th}' relative to repairs on their school. morticians, 41 West Church street t '

I Ported with Union county board re- time you knew how tq approaCh-I I and forfeiture fund $766.34; Wid- Mrs. Georgia Blackburn, Jr. High; convention headed by that veteran '.Board agreed to furnish the small at 3 p. m. Sunday, Rabbi W. S. 4 f '
that had been
an agreement lJ
hit name. ow's pension fund $19108'agricul; Miss Ruby Mae Poppell Jr. High Fred P. Cone as chairman. FlorIda WIsed officiating. Pallbearer i
(" chel to amount of material. needed, the patrons -
with B.
Mr. H. Kerce
Roosevelt lie- tural fund waa well represented the were: Honorary Max Rubin Dave
r\ve\ The headquarters $19108; building fund Mrs. G. A. Anderson sixth; Mrs. on t do the work. ,
Ferry the piling for ,the Dukes I celve many letters asking how the!\ 19158, general school fund, $3831.70 ,- L. H. Hill, fifth; Mrs. H. M. Sny- platform committee by Hon. Robt. Mosrowltz, Louis Bucholtz, S. Sel-
| bridge. name should be pronounced and i ; interest and sinking fund der fourth; Miss Emily Kennard H. Anderson of Jacksonville. All school In the county ordered ber, I. MoHcowltz. J. T. Wllrnxky;

1 Mr. H B. Kerce made an addlI'Jonal ,there is general Interest in the cor- I road bonds 11222.41; road and third; Mrs. J. T. Moore second. "The strategy of the 'Stop- opened on July 11, 1032, except active, B. Baker, J. Witten, J. Lap.. .

>* position to place the lum- 'rect way it should be said when: bridge maintenance, $2.29A.78; sub- Woodlawn: Arthur McRae, Lester Roosevelt' forces was first to furnish Starke and Hampton. Insky, Joe Goldnteln Nathan Paul .5''
| i bridge. This matter was ever adherents of the Democratic school regular._. S3.4791O. :. sub- Sponholtz. the permanent officers of the |i Superintendent Instructed to and I. M. Lleberman. Interment '
'Men -- T ---- I
| for future consideration. I :candidate gath r. I I schools bonded districts, 1681.59; Vanderbilt B. Plnholster I'convention. Having failed there secure three patrons of Starke was made in the Jewish Center '

-+ More than likely you.! say "Ruse- total $31.1102.89. Discounts allowedby T. their next move was to attempt colored school to act as trustees. Cemetery .
I Miss Rachel lIco".
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I STATE'SGASTtiXl velt." as do most persons who law Jl,171.07)) commission al- to unseat the Louisiana and Minnesota Transportation problems were i
have not heard It pronounced by lowed' state board of administration Graham: : Miss, Mattie Norman. delegations pledged to dfactissecl' and disposed of, as well CITY '.IItt'('K ,ANI MKDANISI'MI 'i

: STS REVENUE members of.the family. But Gov- $880.72; total, 205239. Lena New Belle River Shepard.: W. S. Sibley Miss Roosevelt. They failed in every a* other questions coming before NKAIt SCHOOL IIOIWK/ ,, ,b'r "

-- ernor Roosevelt! pronounces the Also, $22,17235 was eliminatedon move. the board. -
I' Ml\ Heilbronn: H. C. Brown principal "Our The of salaries not The city garbage truck and a r ,
[ :'Ions are Collected During family name "Rosevelt and whowill' account of state tax certificates delegation participated in question was ,
10) :Month of '7c Law want to argue with him 1 unredeemed on assessment roll of ; Mrs. H. C. Brown, Miss Llllle 11 the the major conferences and definitely decided as the board had Chevrolet sedan driven by Brow- j
Theodore Roosevelt it Is said 193O. McRae, Miss Muriel Silcox. 'went right dowd the line with the not received estimate from I the ard Strickland locked horns Sat- i '

"* Rising: Mrs. Agnes Knowles,I'I Roosevelt state as to the amount Bradford urday afternoon at the northeast ".
's seven cents a gallon made very clear his wish to have The report therefore! shows $7,-i program.
: Mrs. Ancel Norman. county should epect for the current corner of the school house grounds. .
-ght In 912,73306761 In his name pronounced correctly. 278.15: marked aa errors, double assessments ------ --- -- ,
!!Yen' during the period from He. didn't mind being known to exempted war veterans doatdrain: Miss Thelma Sllcox. : year. The truck escaped serious In- : i

&ugu I 1, 1931 to June :1. 1932 the public at large as "Teddy"but and Insolvencies, which has not Brooker: A. E. Maxwell, G. p:. ;: flERV\NTK PLENTIFULSINCE Superintendent aaked that the Jui-y with only A bent bumper, but '

Itporl in the comptroller's office when the family name was said been collected. The state tax cer- McCauley, Mrs. Thorpe Mrs. Thel- IJEPUE.SSIOV! board reduce his salary to begin the car driven by Mr. Strickland

!!ere w. at all he preferred that It be sounded tificate money will come in, as ma Myers, Miss Watts, Miss Mary' with. Same agreed to by the board. hit the curbing with such force ,I1, ,

ThE tate tax on gasoline was I "Rosevelt." lands which have been sold for Gaboon One blessing of the "reedjustment" Hoard decided to take up the that two tires bursted, a wheel
IJao..L J I e taxes be redeemed. This C matter of salaries at Its next regular was broken and a leak sprung In
from six to seven cents a I -- may report Is that It bids fairto
NI":1: I shows the of different GREEN COVE : meeting It the state bad given the radiator. .
by the 1931 legislature : Pensacola Rita's Shop, capitalized names DEFEATS help solve the housewife's
of the acts Increasing : at $5000, granted charter!people and business houses who did BTAKKE; 7 TO 6 IS CORE servant problem. Cooks who 'them Its estirnate. At this meeting In trying to avoid the garbage
the board expects continue ad- truck which wan entering the highway
J apportioning the revenue to engage in merchandise business. I not pay'personal taxes for the year two year. ago were at a premium
0 b I justments and further reductionsIn from a side street Mr. Strick't' ?
derived caused the most called 1930, fdV reasons as, above stated. of are now easily available -
Coronado Beach Blda Not until the last inning an .
salaries if land toward turned
I they find they arecompelled travelling town
*** lIar I The one-fifth balance due E. W. One local woman reports -
and eventful tof close did Green
periodsracordbr for construction of approach exceptionally game
e > do so In order to run his car Into the vacant lot op.posits
Hayes as tax assessor was paid In the that that she had seven applications
Cove !
( ( run
iking 100-day, ocean front here. Springs score the schoi. house.
the The
breI < school l car
ion( 193O before this report was filed the baseball last Thursday the dry after it became I
assembly. Contract let for oil to state won game -I No further business board serveral hundred
Rf: pave at the ran yards past
collector that known
the tax that she
from '' stating was
six cents of the afternoon. I
'.* road No. 85 from Okeechobee to' time that the amount deductable tervan tle"s. adjourned to meet the first Monday the curbing before It was brought '4 ft
T r.ded I The the
between the played
equally game on
'5te IndilUltown II from the one-fifth held back on account One of the I In August to a stop.
id. applicants was
{ department and the __ !. --I Green Cove diamond and the line- i
A. J.
Orlffls have been entered
'14tj Secy. Charges
of etc. would be thin and the housewife
errors, ,
7 pitifully
counties. The portion't"l ed in a separate measure as an up of the Starke team which was
Mr. Grif-
Strickland G.
': 'L the counties! is dlatrib"clx emergency and was put Into effect overcome by additional .assessments defeated! 7 to 6 wasWsinvrlgbt In a sympathetic tone C against
fIB, driver of the truck for tallJreto
automobiles of voice asked If bad been HI.NOINO CONVENTION
It will cease on Beal.! Lewia she
county proportionate- only for two years. p c., .
on a of its area its popu- to be In effect July J, 1933 unless The oluuon was received lb.; Redgrave, 2b.; Klckllter3b.; I ill for long. -- stop when entering a public trC
t Uan and the amount of money continued by the 1933 legislature from the board of bond trustees I Colley SB; Robinson, rf.; Cooper, "No-m I ain't sick; was The Atachua County Singing, C

'Pen: in building county roads which opens its sessions in April : If.; Thomas, cf. I the reply, "I Just looks this Convention will meet with the Archer -f Lake City- .Modern show win. ,
IlIitcb were Dade this seventh cent "Be It resolved by the board of The local team Is looking for way since the panic's been
Methodist .
a P11 of the Revenue from I church for an all dow being nytde for building occupied
flie? 'Shway' system. tax goes into the state's general bond trustee of Bradford county, more games and has Sent out- a ,day sing July 1 T. Everyone is Invited by Mrs. Sandlln's Pie Shop

fsventh' cent tax has *nactC8 treasury. (Continued on page four.) .challenge to all comers. on.'C to.come i and Cafe. j'4 ':

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formed by Rev. Phillips of Wood Is visiting relatives here this week. ons Sunday. church at Saxton Sunday nights route to LaCrosse where they at- Sunday afternoon..
HAMPTON lawn Mr. and Mrs. Crews will Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott of Hell- Card of Thank" Miss Elevlne Rowe, Willis and tended church services Sunday eve M1 a. J. S. Andrews! and
:.i, make their home in Lawtey. bronn were visiting relatives In We wish to t&ank f the many Lonnle Starling were visiting Miua: ning. Sybil Perry attended the A1";

$-h .1 M..... Ailn '''Mtmmo' Cur Their many friends wish them, this section Monday.We friends who assisted us during the Essie Crawford Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Gainey spent of Miss Pency Nettles to Mr Wec'.: ng-
happiness are sorry to report that Hu- illness and death] "of our beloved Miss Josephine Green and Mr. Sunday night in Jacksonville. with Crews Sunday afternoon nn

j? ayTA. ''r+ Mlas Helen Griffin of Waldo attended Miss Lola Starling of Lawtey bert Kelly la seriously 111. We hope: baby. Clyde Morgan attended the danceat frlends--and relatives Misses Nettle Ruth
preaching here last Sunday was the guest of Miss Mllllo Judd he will soon be well again. Mr. anj Mrs J. f. Thomasand Starke Thursday night. -Miss Mildred Morgan who has Virginia Kirkland Mary,Stamnir Martha.
Sunday afternoon.Mr. family.Ileilbronn Mr. P. F. Griffin of Savannah been spending few in Baldwin -
morning and evening.The Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae and a days and Esther KIrkland and Allie lean
and Mrs. O. L. Brown was Ga., spent last week here with with friends has returned to
work on the new public children, and Mr. and Mrs. T. K. I Kelley were the guests otIL",
visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey
i p' '; school building under the able Stokes and children of Baldwin friends. her home here. Rut! Brantley Sunday.
; {} management of Mr. Frlmmer la Sunday evening. were visiting friends and relativesat Springs Mr. Littleton Kite and M. Rho- Rev. Walter Parker of Trenton, Misses Lossle and Rosa Amier-
t Mr. Harry Edwards called on den were visitors to Jacksonville held church services here last Sat-
efnd will be Sanderson son were the
progressing nicely Sunday. guests of MIl'Sr
Lois Judd Saturday night. H''.. Thelnrn Ilhodrn, and -
Car. Sunday. mday Sunday.
4 ; ready for use In a few weeks Mrs. B. M. McRae spent Friday glnla Brantley Sunday afternoon
Miss Boots Brown end Mr Joe ''
Alias Marie Davia and Mr: L. P. Mrs Pauline Barnes and baby
of Fairbanks Is vts- Mr Irving Peters
Mrs. Gnann with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ham in of Jack
Brantley called on Miss Inez: Bryan age nn
Ming her sisters, Mrs. M. C. Vanderbilt section. Misses Mildred and Genevieve Rafuse were quitely married Wed- were visiting her grand-parents, ville was the guest of Mr. <' .f'
l Sweeney and Mrs. C. L. May this Sunday evening. Sanders attended/ the' dance al nesday night at 8:30.: They will Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen here last Brantley :Sunday!
i and Kersey Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
Misses Millie Judd Inez: Norman were make their home with Mr. and week.
Starke i Mr. Joe I
week. Saturday
called on Freda Brown Sun- visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae night. Brantley was the guest
revival services at Mrs. Everett Crews! for a while. School started here last Monday of Miss Boots
S A series day afternoon.Mr. Saturday night. Mrs. Maggie Burch of ;Tampa la i Brown Sunday a.
Their friends wish them with attendance. The
? the Baptist church were enjoyed spending this week here with hvr many a a large ternoon.Mr. .
and Mrs. Rivers
S1 1 by the Christian people of all denominations guests of Mr and George Mrs. O. L. Brown were Mr. E. Barnes of Vanderbilt was mother, Mrs. Parmenter. long life with much happiness.The teachers are: A. E. Maxwell, principal Harry and Leo Edwards
business in this section Ileilbronn
this week. Able sermons school opened last G. E. McCauley Mrs. Thorpe, were Ute guests of :Mr. Hugh .
were delivered by Rev. McCauley Sunday night Friday.. Miss Lossle and Rosa 'Anderson Monday for the regular school Mrs. Myers. Miss Zella Waltts, drews and Jordan *n
pastor of the Baptist Mr. L. Bryan was visiting Mr. The singing concert at Corinth attended church at Saxton Sunday. term. We have four new teachers, Miss Alice C hoon. day afternoon. Brantley sun

jr i''; church here. Rev. Newton and Rev./ Lee. Kersey._-_._Sunday_..5 evening. church Saturday night was enjoyed Mr. and Lucille Mrs. Roy of! Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown, aliases l Mr. Cleveland Mott pf Hellbronn I Mrs. Davis and family spent "Saturday ;
all. daughter Starke were Lillian McRae and Muriel Stlcox. friends and
m } Raymond, Rev. Colonel Crosby by dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Springs was-visiting1 night; with Mrs. C. C. Bi int.
of Starke. Mr. Ernest ---- relatives here Tuesday.
,?, i and Rev. Chapin Norman of Gaines C. Jones ley.Mr.
? Mrs. W. i' Blrt and daughter I Iillss RISINGDim. ville was visiting his parents, Mr. Miss Lois Sunday Moore night.returned home Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long spent Jordan Braptley spent -tt
i N Florrie Cello of Gainesville, and Mrs. J. E. Norman Sunday.SANDY Saturday night at Lake Wa es. urday night 1n Lawtey.
Saturday after four
a days vacation -, BROOKER
2r .were the guests of Mrs Birfs sister II. M. Mfllnr, Cor. --S with the 4-H girls. Mr. Hugh Andrews wa> the
s Miss Ada Nlmmo I --- the guest of Miss Lois
l, Mr. Lelge Anderson Mrs. Anderson MUn Writ Gnlner.' Cur Starting
Mrs. E. C. Morris of Bartow, Our school opened Monday with and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. ..
Parmenter all attended HARTSBUJtGBIlwn
< Eunice, :Mrs. Agnes Notes principal, and LANE
and daughter .
A; ;; : church at Oak Grove last i iweek. Mr. and Mrs. H P. Gainey and I _
Morris' father, 13.I I :Mrs. Pearl Norman assistant.Mr. .. ..
of Mrs. > ._.
+, guests Lorriiu Green, Cor. -end. children and Mrs. H. Gainey at- Virginia Brantlry, .
Y. Saxton this week. Will Lewis left for his home
t j Mrs. Maggie Burch was the tended church services at the homeof .
-e at Plant City last Tuesday after Say it with Flowers
; II guest of Mrs. Cora Jones Sundayand Mr. and Mrs. J. A. DeLoach at Misses Margaret Kelley and -.
} spending a few days here with :
Mamie Johns and!
Lacrosse C.- ----
Monday. -
Sunday night. Ethel Perry of Jacksonville: were -
,, KOATDRAINMlns relatives.Mr. II of Starke, were vteitlng\ Mrs. Ida Misses Essie Crawford and'Thel- Mrs. E. B. Crosby and childrenof ; guests of Miss Virginia Brantley
and Mrs. Lester Crosby andJ. Sweat Monday afternoon.Mr. Flowers For: All
ma Rhoden was the supper guestsof Yukon, were visiting her pars Sunday afternoon..,
Cherry Ilarrell Cor. R. Kelly were visiting relativesIn and
\ Leroy Normanspent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grlttllt-Sat- ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby, Miss Virginia Brantiey spent
Starke Friday afternoon. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. OccasionsrGERTRUDE
urday night. part of last week. Saturday night with Misses Los-
Mr. T. K. Stokes and Ken D. Reddish.
k, d Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moody of Mr. Coleman Williams and Clyde H. P. Gainey, R. W. Brannen and sle and Rosa Anderson. of Hell ..
neth of Baldwin, and little daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. R. /
Lake Wales, were ,In Starke the Kersey and Morgan passed through this sec A. L. Crosby were attending to bronn Springs. ; '
Mary Ella, were visitors here Mrs. Nancy Keene and children all CODBEYANDERSON
friends and tion .
past week visiting Sunday afternoon.Mr. business In Starke Monday Mr. Leroy Green of Middleburg
Friday afternoon and were accompanied last
I spent week in Jacksonville
"' relatives. Russell Carter, Melvin andJ. Elder, and Mrs. Tom Crawford spent Thursday night with Mr. I
u home Mr. and Mrs. H.
by with friends and relatives.Mrs.
Mrs. Estelle Woodard left Starke D. CarVr attended the dance and children, and his parents Mr. Hugh Andrews.
Friday for Plant City where she M. McRae and children. Rosa .Stanley and Bernice, Saturday night. and Mrs Frank Crawford of Dover Miss Lois Starling? was the Phone 39 Waldo, Fla I
4 Mrs. Owen Wiles of Jacksonville
were guests of Mrs. W
__________ will spend a while with friends -.. -- - -- -- C. dem' Mr. Buck .Starling- attended passed through here Sunday en- guest of Miss: Virginia Brantley .... --- - ...., .....
and relatives.., -
_ 1r Rev. Hall of Jacksonville, was In I I

charge of the evening service at ,
{ 1 China Grove church Sunday. I

+ Mrs. Essie Rye, Mrs. Susie Gl1e'I -II I

,' son were visiting Mrs. Mollle Har- ., ayR
+' t rell and family recently.
G' Miss Irene Boree of Penney'\

lags Farms, spent Sunday at Kingsley
Lake with Miss Maggie Donnelly.
rv Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rlchey,and
X14 children were visiting In our sec
tion Sunday afternoon.
; a Mrs Mollie Harrell spent Sunday .

;t t t. afternoon with Mrs. F. R. \ p 'i
Coleman. 22tcwp('0 wk \ti :a.' ,4 >iib in+" ypTA9K'twexfKtlln'tYaM.32".r'4CtL pFLfw H." ::2>2.' 8ri umuaV sr JOOw:

'5i' Cherry Harrell spent Sunday afternoon TT

# % with Mrs. Marie Bowers 1' ; and daughter.
i We are sorry'torcpoit that Mr. ,
S r + I Math Grlffla is sick, but hope hey '

.1 will soon recover. ij ; ) ,i : : '
Cp All the children of the Boatdraln .2 ale :

;; j settlement are glad to know that I,

;; s + school Is running again. 'S. : ,
-+ Mr, Newton of Starke will :
'+ preach the morning and evening
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Mrs. E. L. Wilkerson and son, \, AkINon. x r \ \ p111 x nJt
r X "Lloyd were visiting Mrs. Ida PresCott --' \

Saturday afternoon. I '

Mr.Miss and Pearl Mrs. Prevatt J., H. Monde walt visiting Sunday i and
America is
,afternoon. ;I counting cylinders

Miss Melba Knight, Miss Lula I
I Wilkerson were visiting Mrs. J. H.1't
Monds Sunday evening. !I

Mr. Wilbur Knight, Mr. Harry I

Monde Wllkerson Sunday were evening.visiting, Mr. J. H.j AMERICA PREFERS THE SlI

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt,
", Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monde, Mr. .
S. Lloyd Wllkerson Misses Melba I

__ Miss Knight Lula, Mr.Wilkerson Harry and Wllkerson Mr. Wilbur I Since January 1st, buyers have chosen more Chevrolet Sixes than

Knight all atended Saxton -

church morning.Saturday night and Sunday the combined total of all fours and all'eights' priced below $1000

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"'' Walter Wlttteldt of Rosedale were ... ... ..
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'; ,___S. visiting Mr. Harry Wilkerson Sun When buying a low-priced ;"do as smallest number of cylinders you can have it\ end it keeps on bein food, reliable

'day.Mrs.. E. L. Wilkerson of Pressing America is doing: Count cylinder! And in a car and avoid the undesirable effects of economical after S.000-10.000

Farms was visiting Mra. J. ><>u'U may, as America .is saying: "SIX I inherent vibration. 15,000 miles of driving. (
L. Starling in Rosedale.
Mrs. Willie Prevatt and son J1'CHEVROLET': No more. No less I" America is saying that A six, as Chevrolet builds it, is the happy In addition Chevrolet is a modern car

Freddie, were relatives in the most it could
visiting convincing: way pos
medium between two extremes. It with Free Wheeling Syncro-Mesh gear-
friends here recently.Mr. sibly be said) With SALES? Since *
and Mrs. J. H. Monda were Janulives unexcelled economy. No other shifting Fisher bodies-and many other

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I ary let, the public: has purchased more. motor car engine'in America today costs t
advanced features. Be try//rider-wise

E.Mr.L. Wilkeraon and Walter day last O'Qulnnand week. SIX I C Y L I N D E R S Chevrolets than the combined total of mil so little for gas oil and upkeep. It gives Follow America's lead and make your
four-cylinder cars and all eights priced
daughter Virginia were visiting built-in smoothness. 'From 6 miles an next, low-priced car a ...ix-a Chevrolet

Knight.her mother, J. E. under $1000. hour to 65 or 70, Chevrolet is quietly, Sixt 'Unless you do, you can't expect the

S Mrs. W. M. Wlttfeldt and son NO MORI NO LESS Why? America counted cylinders and comfortably ,enjoyably smooth. And smoothness, economy, and lasting satisfaction

Preston, were visiting Mrs. E. L. came to this conclusion: six is the ideal because of this smoothness-plus the fact to which your money rightfully

r WUkerson Saturday night number lor car of lowest price! No that the whole is solidly
car >so ruggedly; entitles
w Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tyre were For GREATEST ECONOMY you.
visiting her mother, Mra. J. K. more, because an engine; with extra', built-Chevrolet is a low-priced automo'l' '
}' /. o. b. F''..n. Mich. Specal.Quip-
_ Knight Mr. one day last week. cylinders is bound to coat more for gas bile that really stands up. It's a good, m ens .itr*. Low delivered prw*. and ..*/
Harry Wilkerson was visitIng
't a Mr. Wilbur Knight Saturday. an SMOOTHNESS oil and upkeep. No less, because six is i the.; reliable, economical car the day you buy ,. G. M..A C. (arm..

Mr. Wlbur Knight was visiting -
I Harry Wilkeraon Sl Monday. With more then six cylinders you sacrificeeonomy '

"S -With l Its than six cylinders/ / you $ AND UP,

l r;, l I DOUBLE RUN sacrifice smoothness. CHEVROLET 445 F. 0. B.FLIhT.

si r !HU' IlooU BruwK. Cur.CrewnNettleii MICH.TORODE .

t <4 Miss Pency Nettles of this section -
i' daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Nettles and Mr. John CHEVROLET CO.
+, Crews of Lawtey were united in I 1
'' marriage
Sunday afternoon at 3 .
o'clock. The t
ceremony was per-

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1 of the state, are now being made I lahassee b-be--o parents whom I camp life for the local boys. with Mrs. Jones brother, S. H

by a committee, headed by Dr. C. she believes were prominent and Moore. ;
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs W. Crooke superintendent of the life-long residents of the city. Her I Lake Wales--S. L. DeVane a RAIFOKD Dave Richard, Mlxa Doris Moor

Anti-Saloon League of Florida. foster parents moved to Cleveland good farmer of the Fredonla com- Red Keno, ('or ahd Willie Mae Btn; were In ::1I
Formal announcements regardingthe she said when she was an Infant munity, may have have stumbled I
program will be made later I I _h' \ upon a heretofore unknown secretof I Tuesday.

IsLIVE j preserving citrus fruits, especially After four months of summer Mien Wlllla Mae Bryan of Fort .(
| to a local
[ STATE NEWS Miami-Several Miami youths, I 1 oranges, says the Fort Meade vacation, the Ralford Junior-High Myers who has been spending a i
physician a seven-year-old
who figured everything was dandyas girl here agreed to be the 'flan"negro In Leader. Last December he plowed School re-opened Monday morning: week as the guest of her cousin, it
far as solving the unemployment -:I a which a of his orange grove; and the for an eight months term. With Miss Doris Moore, returned to her iT
problem was concerned' game group and ground being covered with dropped a record-breaking attendance of home there Sunday. ) .
children playing i
negro were under the nearly two hundred and fifty pu- Mr. and Mrs. T.
learned today their prospective fruit they were plowed\ N. Hitch returnr : ,
permitted a.hook to be placed In
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Jobs as "U. S. game wardens" her sod. The land lay Idle until a few pils. T. N. Farabee of Galneavllle ed to their home here after spending .
mouth. The book went through
were--roughly speaking the days ago when Mr. DeVane again as principal and teacher o( the a few days with Mr. Rltch'sv ,, ,
the back part of her tongue and ''afti
.. ------- ., bunk. They Immediately sought'I the fisherman yanked on the line plowed the land, and this time In- seventh, and eighth grades; Miss brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and :i. I

x.eesburg-Ftve tons of flour for sion here has voted to abolish the return of the $13.60 each gave T., stead of plowing oranges under Gertie Ruth Home of Jennings, Mrs. R. L> Lockhart of DeLand. r
,but Instead of
of the needy In this vicinIty office of city manager effective M. Preston a pleasant gentlemanof putting up a game the'BOd he plowed them out of the teacher of the sixth; Mr*. Loca I
the use fight the fish do the little girl
arrived in Tavares on Thursdayof Immediately and to distribute the about 60, as deposts on revolvers way ground. Upon tasting one of them Whitten of Lake Butler, teacherof TRAIN SCHEDULE
yelled and had to betaken
long loudly "
last week and was brought over duties of the office, among other to be supplied by the govern-I to the Brevard hospital; for he discovered it to be perfectly pre- the fifth; Mina Doris Moore, Our schedule changes Sunday f "

to Leesburg on Friday in trucks. city officer The move was takenIn' ment. Difficulty arose I,an operation to remove the hook. served and delicious in flavor- fourth grade teacher; Mrs. Maye May 32nd. and trains will run a.
'I Farm
the State ,
Bell Dobbs
the interest of economy commissioners er the prospective game wardens follows: I ,
She Is now said to be none the
Palm Beacn-Residents of this said. City Manager nor police could locate Preston. worse for her Impersonation of a first grade, and Miss Lucille Edwards No. 1 Southbound local due i

seaside town have protested to John C. Ferris was notified his member of the finny tribe. ZIRF of Ralford, the second and Starke, 10B9; p. m. t
officials that early morn- office would be dispensed with but third trade
municipal Tallahassee Contract for a been No. 11, Southbound local, due ".
bathers and members of ex- he would receive his salary through much needed driveway the :Mrs. M. B. Hlghsmlth has Starke 0:20( :
ing Gainesville Bus service be-< MU! Ma LvvtU. C.r. sick at her her home here for : a. m.
classes on the beach are July. campus of the Florida State Col- No. 107 Southbound limited
ercise due .'.
tween Cedar Key and Gainesville some time. Reports are that she
disturbing sleep. The. officials lege for Women will be let the Starke 10:27 '
by : a. m.
be Blue
Inaugurated by the to-be out soon.
again '
promised to Investigate possiblyto Cocoa-The largest Jewflsh of state road department next month.It Bus Lines. Passenger mall and Miss Jeannette Kelley Is spendIng Is Mr.expected and Mrs Fred Wolf of Lake 'I No. 2 Northbound local, due.Starke J t"'"
the noise by an ordinance. the will connect the a while In Tampa with friends "
halt present summer fishing season Jefferson street freight will be- handled betweenthe Butler were thn! guests of Mrs. 6:10: a. m. :
at Canaveral was landed by I entrance with the northern en- two points, J. A. Whiting of and relatives.Mr. Minnie Brown Monday of this No. 12, Northbound local due {
Gainesville-New remote control Dr. C. E. Mathis of Vero Beach, : trance on Call street, and with Jacksonville traffic for and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Starke 3:31: p. m. ', ,
I manager place.M. i I
in the Horticul- at the wreck of the old several turns will be nine- children Sunday at Graham No. 108 Northbound limited due '
has been opened Mohican angular the lines, announced yesterday.Two II spent W. Mann and Wesley Andrews t.''s;: r
tural building of the University of about three miles off shore. The tenths of a mile long. The drive- buses will be operated each with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal. of Lake Butler were business Starke 6:01: p. m. I" t

Florida by the state radio station monster fish measured six feet and way will be of cement construction way dally. One leaves Gainesville I, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and visitors to this place last Friday Starke and Wannee 101 leaves ,

WRUF. Located at the offices of nine Inches from tip of tall to i and will enable a more extensive at.six o'clock In the morning and children spent Sunday at Graham Starke 7:00: a. m.1,..:": ,

the Florida Agricultural Division nose. It was one of the largest beautification of the at, two o'clock. In the afternoon. with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. Mrs. Lindsay Thornton, who has No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. j 1

they are to be used In the broad- that had been caught at CanaveralIn grounds of the institution Buses will depart from Cedar Keyat Miss Normle Groover spent Sun- been sick at her home here, for Closing of Malls 11J

casting of the daily farm and home several yarn and provided a 11 o'clock in the morning and day with Miss Bernice Crosby some time, has been removed to South ,e *

products. sight to the large number of boll Tallahassee. H. Coulter as- :at seven o'clock each night. Mall -Mr. Oriel Fowler of Brooker Starke where she will undergo an I Train No. 11, parcel post, 9 a. na

day vacationists. at the fishing resort sistant state forester, has Just returned will be carried on the six o'clock was visiting Miss Cora Padgett operation.Miss No. 107, letters special delivery ,

Tltusvllle-Miss Rhoda Tobuk, a from a tour of Inspection In and the seven o'clock buses. The Sunday afternoon.Rev. : Lois Knabb of Macclenny,, and special handling, 10:10: a. m.
native Eskimo girl, who Is living northwest Florida. He reportedan buses will make connections at the spent a week with Miss Elinor North 1r i
J. H. Mr. Menzle
with her foster parents, Mr. and Donaldson/Hie-Jacob Lasseter, instance of unusual growth of local terminal with buses depart- Kelley, : Redd here, and returned to her No. 12, parcel post and letters ; I t+
Groover and sister Miss all
Mrs. E. J. Ard at Sharpest prefers charged with, the murder of a 39- some pine trees which were! set ing from Gainesville In every di- Amy home Sunday. 3:15: p. m. -
Florida orange juice and sunshineto year old Jackson county, Fla., out three years ago. He said the rection. attended the annual meeting at Branford ball club defeated Ral No. 108 letters, special delivery J

anything her native land has to farmer several weeks ago was arrested specimens had grown from eight -_ Shady Grove the last of this week. ford nine Sunday 20-4 in a hard and special handling, 5:40: p. m. q .gGi

offer. Miss Tobuk was born at here last night by Sheriff Inches to eight feet. Another experimental :- Tallahassee When company Mr. J. W. Lewis and son, L. O. fought game. Starke & Wannee Branch

Alatna Alaska, 150 miles south of C. L. Chandler of Seminole countyand venture, in Bay county M arfiyes at Camp J. Clifford R. wall attending to business In Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones spent Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. :

Point Barrow.and was brought to turned over to Quincy Fla., revealed that only seven of 140 Foster on July 17, there won't bea Saturday and were dinner guests the week-end In Jacksonville visiting Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. '
this country by Mr. and Mrs. Ard I authorities this morning. When trees 'In a burned over half acre mule In sight. The depression of Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas :Mr. Jones' brother and fam- Night mall clones, 6:10: p. m. ; i. r'' it

when she was. ten years old. I taken- Into custody Lasseter was are living. In ahother like space -abbreviated appropriations and Mr, J. W. Padgett and sons, Train No. 1, south, 10:09: p. .nx. Y

accompanied a woman and two 141 of' the 141 trees set out still first one thing and the other has Coleman and A. Z., were visitingat ily.Mr.. Emmett Taylor and Miss Train'No. 2, north, 6:10: a. m. (,r, Soh' Urj +

Jacksonville Employes of the grown boys and the four were ar are living. canceled the requisition for about Hlghthrown Saturday. They Evelyn:: Chancey of Lake Butler, Blue Bun Schedule z;" d ?

Florida East Coast railroad and rested.' They were all taken back 30 mules which always heretofore were accompanied home by Mrs.J. were In Ralford last Friday Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932

former employes who were discharged -I to Quincy. The name of the slain Tallahassee-Police Chief E. R. have been used in hauling the com W. Padgett and little children, Madeline Tompkins who has Northbound 8:03: a. m., loO: p. h 1 ,
recently when the com- 'man was not learned by 'officers Isler is looking for the parents of pany's machine guns on parade at who had been upending a few days been the guest of her aunt and m., 4:50: p. m., 8:19: p. m. ;
pany reduced its forces have been here. a 19-year-old girl who once lived Camp Foster. This year the men there with relatives.Mr. uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown Southbound-0:34: a. m., 13:34: p. '

offered garden spaceYilong- the rail- here and who believes she was will have no mules to curry feed Fred Shaw spent Saturday of Macclenny. for three weeks returned m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m. f; s
road right of way. A circular is- Orlando A state-wide prohibition born here in the home of a prominent or chase down when they run I night with L. O. and Johnnie to her home here Sunday.Mr. Tickets and information at

sued by the railroad 'company conference consider the family. He said the girl has awn)\ as they; often did at the Lewis. anton .i and Mrs. E. D. Yel ving- Smith's Service Station, next to s Nl +
elated that the employes would be temperance and political situation been reared under the name of Bll- boom of'the evening gun. Instead, Mr. Leland Dukes was. visitingIn and his brother Arthur who courthouse. '

allowed to use vacant lands alongthe In Florida and the nation will be lie Peterson and now lives at 5130 there will be hand drawn carts. our section Tuesday. has been upending a week here, .

right-of-way for gardens If held In Orlando on August 4th. East 88th street, Cleveland, Ohio. Light mobile, compact, those Mr.. Horace May passed throughour were visiting in Hastings Sunday. Jacksonville -- Southern Hard 1 Gt-

they applied to their superiors., Plans for the conference, which Chief Isler said the girl's letter carts, manned by two men will section Saturday on his way Mrs. C. J. Jones of Tampa, and ware &: Bicycle Co., opened new offices -
promises to be well atended by rep- to him stated that she was givento t expedite things in general and relieve to the annual meeting at Shady Miss Marion Clten returned to and display rooms at Liberty

New Smyrna-The city commis resentative people from all sections a man and his wife here In Tal- much of the drudgery of Grove. their home after,,spending. a week and Hast 14th streets. .

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I route to LaCrosse where they attended Sunday afternoon. l
at Saxton Sunday
form'ed by Rev. Phillips\ of Wood- la visiting relatives here this week. ons Sunday. church "
services Sunday eve Mrs. J. S.
lawn. Mr. and Mr Crews will Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott of Heil- Card of :Thoiika Miss Elevine Rowe, Willis and. church Andrews (IJ. &ju
HAMPTON make their home In Lawtey. bronn were visiting relatives In We wish to t ank the many Lonnle Starling were visiting Mlsa. ning.Mr. Sybil Perry attended the Their frlenda wish them this section Monday.] friends who assisted ut during the Essie Crawford Sunday afternoon. and Mra. L. H. Gainey spent of lllsa Pency Nettles to M ''clu1 .
Minn Ailn-Nlmmn, c..... many Illness' and death ot our beloved Miss Josephine Green and Mr. Sunday night In Jacksonville with Crews Sunday afternoon :
happiness. I We are sorry to report that Hubert -'-' 1
relatives. Mlasea Nettle
friends-and Ruth ,
attended the dance
baby. Clyde Morgan
Mini Lois Starling of Lawtey III. We lrnfiir.
Kelly is seriously hope
Miss Helen Griffin of Waldo attended Walt the guest of Miss Millie Judd he be well again.Mr. Mr. aDd Mrs. J. I. Thomas I at Starke Thursday night. Miss Mildred Morgan who has Virginia Klrkland Mary arth.
preaching berg lout Sunday afternoon.Mr. will soon and family. Mr. P. F. Griffin of Savannah,, been spending a few days in Baldwin and Esther Kirkland and Am, jean
Sunday and Mrs. II. M. McRae and with with friends, has returned. to Kelley were the
morning and evening. and Mra. O. L. Brown was Ga., spent last week here guests > jjbu.
and Mra, T. K.
children, and Mr. her home here. Ruth Brantley Sunday.
The work on the new public visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. L. KerseySunIY friends.
school building 'under the able Stokes and children of Baldwin Mr. Littleton Kite and M. Rho Rev. Walter Parker of Trenton Misses Lossie and Rosa/ Anderson
management of Mr Primmer la Harry evening.Mr. Edwards called on were visiting friends and relatives Heilbronn Springs den were visitors to Jacksonville\ held church services here' last. Sat were the guests of Minn vir.-

progressing nicely, tfnd will be Lois Judd Saturday eight. at Sanderson Sunday.Mrs. MlM Tbelm Ilkoden Cor. Sunday. urday and Sunday ginia Brantley Sunday alt'.,rnoOD
ready for use in a few weeks.Mrs. Miss Boots Brown and Mr. Joe B. M. McRae spent Friday Miss Marie Davis and Mr; L P. Mrs. Pauline Barnes and baby, Mr. Irving Peters of iHckson-
Gnann of Fairbanks la visiting Brantlcy called on Miss Inez Bryan with Mr. and Mra. A. J. Harnage In Misses Mildred and GenevIeve Rafuse were quitely married Wed were visiting her grand-parents vllle was the guest of Mi <. c
her sinters Mrs. M. C. Sunday evening. I Vanderbilt section. Sanders attended the' dance at nesday night at 8::30. They will\ Mr. and Mra. R, T. Osteen here last Brantley Sunday.Mr. .
Sweeney and Mrs. C. L. May thin Misses' Millie Judd and Inez Kersey i Mr. and Mra. T. N. Norman were, Starke Saturday night.! make their home with Mr. and week. i Joe Brantley was th guest
week.A called on Freda Brown Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Mrs. Everett Crews for a while. School started here last Monday of. Miss Boots Brown Sunday a[.
aeries of revival services at afternoon. Saturday night.! Mrs. ,Maggie Burch of ;Tampa is Their many friends wish them a with a large attendance. The ternoon.Mr. .
the Baptist church were enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers were Mr. K. Barnes of Vanderbilt was spending this week here with her long life with much happiness. teachers are; A. E. Maxwell principal Harry ,and Leo Kduardi
toy the Christian people .of all denominations guests of Mr. and Mra O. L. Brown transacting business in this section I mother Mrs. Parmenter. The llellbronn school' opened last G. E. McCauley Mrs. Thorpe were Uie guests of Mr. Hugr Aa-
this week. Able serf Sunday night. Friday. i Miss Lossie and Rosa 'Anderson Monday] for the regular school Mrs. Myers,, Miss Zella drews and Jordan Brantli" Sun
room) were delivered by Rev MeGauley 'I Mr. L. Bryan was visiting Mr. The singing concert at Corinth attended church at Snxton Sunday.Mr. term. We have four new teachers Mlas Alice Gaboon. Waltts'l day afternoon. ,
pastor of the Baptist I I Lee Kersey Sunday evening. church Saturday night was enjoyed and Mrs. Roy Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown, Misses Mr. Cleveland Mott pf Mrs. Davis and family spent :Saturday
church toere Rev. Newton and Rev. :I ._----. all. daughter Lucille\ of ,Starke were Lillian McRae and Muriel Silcox. Springs was- Isltlng night with, Mrs. C Brant.
Raymond, Rev. Colonel Crosby I by -i'dinner guests"of Mr. and Mrs. J. ------..--- relatives here Tuesday. ley.
and Rev Chapln of Starke. Mr. Ernest Norman of Gainesville C. Jones Sunday night. I Mr. and Mra E. C. Long spent Mr. Jordan Brantley gp'!>i <-a[.
Mrs. W. r. Dirt and daughter, I I RISING was visiting his parents, Mr. Miss Lois Moore returned home II I Saturday night at Lake Wales.IIARTSBUJtG urday night in Lawtey
Miss Florrle Belle of Gainesville, and Mrs J. E. Norman Sunday. Saturday after a' four days vacation BROOKERMlM .! Mr. Hugh Andrews Will the
.were the gueuta of Mrn Ulrt'a sis jl M... II. M. Mvllnr, ('0". I with the 4-H girls. the guest of Miss Lois Starling
ter. Miss Ada Nltnma, Mr. Lelge Anderson Mrs. ''Anderson Vera Gnlnrn Cor. Sunday afternoon. .,
Mrs. E. C.' Morrla of Bartow, Our school opened Monday with SANDY LANE and Mra Parmenter all attended
Eunice are Mrs. Agnes Moles principal and church at Oak Grove last Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey and
little daughter, -
| Bi-untley, Cor. I
guests of Mrs. Morris' father, B I Mra. Pearl Norman assistant. Lori'iii Green,'Cor. weekend.Mrs. children and Mrs. H. Gainey attended MHH Virginia C"'Si ;
Y Saxton this week.nOATDKAIN. Mr. Will\ Lewis left for his homo Maggie Burch was the church services at the home with Flowers4MM
at Plant City last Tuesday after I I II' guest of Mrs. Cora Jones Sunday of Mr. and Mra. J. A. DeLoach at Misses Margaret Kelley and .. ,-
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spending a few clays here with Mrs. Mamie Johns and children and Monday. Lacrosse Sunday night. Ethel Perry of Jacksonville, were --t--
relatives, 1 I'of Starke, were visiting Mrs. Ida Misses EHHQ| Crawford and'Thelma Mrs. E. B. Crosby and chlldcen] guests of Miss Virginia Brantley Flowers For: All
Mr. and Mra. Lester Crosby and Sweat Monday afternoon. : Rhoden was the supper guests of Yukon were visiting her par Sunday afternoon. ..
Ilarrell, Cor. J. R. Kelly were visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs.' Leroy Norman, of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crlffis'Sat ents, Mr. and Mra. P. A. Crosby, Miss Virginia Brantley spent OccasionsGERTRUDE
Minn Cherry In Starke Friday afternoon.Mr. I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I II urday night. part of last week. Saturday night with Misses Los-
T K. Stokes and son, Ken J. D. Reddish.Mr. Mr. Coleman Williams and Clyde H. P. Gainey R. W. Brannen and ale and Rosa Anderson. of Heilbionn -
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moody the of neth of Baldwin and little daughter I and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Morgan passed through this sec A. L. Crosby were attending to Springs. GODDEY r
Lake Wales were In' Starke Mary Ella, were visitors here Mrs. Nancy Keene and children all tion SuniTay afternoon. business in Starke Monday Mr. Leroy Green of Mlddleburg
past week visiting friends; and Friday afternoon and were accompanied spent last week In Jacksonville Mr. Russell Carter, Melvin and Elder and Mra. Tom Crawford spent Thursday night with Mr. ANDERSON
relatives. Starke home by Mr. and Mr H. with friends and relatives. J. D. Ca>vr attended the dance' and children, and his parents Mr. Hugh Andrews. Phone 39 Waldo Fla I
Mrs. Estelle Woodard left M. McRae and children. Mrs. Rosa .Stanley and Bernlce Saturday night. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, of Dover Miss Lois Starling was the ,
Friday for Plant City where she Mra. Owen Wiles of Jacksonville, were guests' of Mrs. W C. dem Mr. Buck Starling attended passed through here Sunday en- guest of Miss., Virginia Brantley -- ... ..,- --,- ...
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Rev. Hall of Jacksonville was In
charge of the evening service at
China Grove church Sunday.
Mra. Essie Rye Mr Susie Gils1on \
were visiting Mrs. Mollle Har-

rell and family recently.
Miss Irene Boreo of Penney
Farms, spent Sunday at Klngsley
Lake with Mlsa :Maggie Donnelly.Mr. .
and :Mrs. Daniel Rlcheyand
children were visiting In our section
Sunday afternoon.
Mrs, Mollle Ilarrell spent Sunday I
afternoon with Mrs. F. R.Colcman. .

Cherry HarrOll spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. Maria Bowers

and daughter. ,
We are sorry'to.' report that Mr.
Math Grlffls la nick, but hope he

will soon recover.
All the children of the Boat drain
settlement are glad to know that
school is running again.
Mr, Newton of Starke will\
preach the morning and evening I
service at China Grove next Sun-.
day morning and evening.

I Pressing Farms 1

Minn Lulu' \\Ilkrrtion, Cor.

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Mrs. K.! L. Wllkerson and son, '
''S "Lloyd were visiting Mrs. Ida Prescott ,

.Mr.afternoon.Miss and Saturday Pearl Mr Prevatt J.afternoon.' H. Monda was visiting Sunday America is counting cylinders andTHE

Mills Melba Knight Miss Lula
Wllkerson were visiting Mrs. J. It.Monds I

Mr. Wilbur Sunday Knight evening., Mr.' Harry I' .II

Monda Wllkerson Sunday were evening.visiting,Mr. J. II. !! AMERI PREFERS $ .I

Mr. and Mr Leonard Prevatt .
Mr. and Mr Henry Monds, Mr

Lloyd Knight,Wllkerson.Mr. Harry Misses Wllkerson Melba, I Since January 1st buyers have chosen more Chevrolet Sixes than .

Miss Lula Wllkerson and Mr. Wilbur ,

church Knight Saturday all night atended and< Sunday Saxton \ the combined total ,of all fours and all. eights priced' low 1OOO

morning.Mr. _. ._ __ __ ___._ .w. ___ .__ 1 _._ ...
Leon Wllkerson and !or. I. _- -- .- --. -- ..... .... --, .. .
Walter Wlttfeldt of Roaedale were "
vlaltlng Mr. Harry Wllkerson Sun When buying low-priced cafT'do; as smallest number of cylinders you can have it and it keeps on beinf food, reliable

day. America U doing: Count cylinders? And in a car and avoid the undesirable effects of economical after 5,000-10,000- -
E. L, Wllkerson of Press- '
Ing Farms* was vlaltlng Mrs. J. you'll ay, at America is saying: "SIXI I inherent vibration. 15,000 miles of driving.In .

L. Starling In Rosedale.Mr No...... No"less!!" America,is ..,.metha. A six,as Chevrolet, builds" it, "is the happy addition, Chevrolet is a modern car, .
.. Willie Prevatt and son CHEVROLET
Freddie were visiting relatives in the most convincing way it could possibly medium between two extremes. It with Free Wheeling. Syncro-Mesh gear- (

friends here recently. be said! With SALES Since January gives unexcelled* : economy No other shifting, Fisher bodies-and many other !
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon her Mr. and Mr .. I motor car engine in America today costs advanced f tures. Be c 1inder-wiael
visiting E. L. Wllkerson parents one day last week. Chevrolet* than the combined total of all so little for gas, oil and upkeep. It gives Follow America's lead and make your I

Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Qulnn SIX I CYLINDERSNO I four-cylinder cars ,and alt eights priced built-in smoothness... From 6 miles an next low-priced car -.ix-a Chevrolet
and daughter. Virginia, were visiting '
her mother,; J. JC. under $1000. hour to 65 or 70, Chevrolet is quietly, Sid Unless you do, you can't expect the

Knight MORI NO LESS Why? America counted cylinders and comfortably, ,enjoyably smooth. And smoothness, economy, and laatinf satisfaction

Mrs. W. M. Wlttfeldt and son this conclusion six is the ideal because of this smoothness the fact
came to : :; -plus to which your money rightfully
Preston were visiting Mrs. E. L.Wllkerson .
Saturday night. number for car ot lowest price! _No that the whole: car is so solidly, ruggedly entitles you.

I? Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tyre were For GREATEST ECONOMY, more, because an engine with extra built-Chevrolet: is a low-priced automobile L f
I IIrJ vlaltlng her mother Mrs. J. E Atlptic** /. o. u. Ft".n,. Mich. Sp eel./4<"ptnmnt
i is bound to cost more for that really stands It's a good, e.lJ' i
Knight one day last week. cylinders gas, up. .str.. Low dliv9r price *'nd
Mr. Harry Wllkerson was visit and BUILT-IN SMOOTHNESS oil and upkeep. Wo/ because six it the. reliable, economical car the day you buy ? O.M. A C. ( rm..
ing Mr. Wilbur Knight Saturday. 'J _
Mr. Harry Wllkeraon Monday. With more than tlx cylinders you sacrificetconomy '

Wtiess/ / / tf n six cyfinc/ers/ you AND UP,
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DOUBLE RUN I sacrifice smoothness. CHEVROLET 445 I .

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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CHEVROLET CO.
Robert Nettles and Mr. John I i iI
Crew of Lawtey were united in '
marriage Sunday afternoon at 3 c.
o'clock. The ceremony was per- STARKE, FLORIDA

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of the state, are now being made lahassee by her own parents whom camp life for the local boys. with ) ra. Jones brother, S. H. :
by a committee, headed by Dr. C. she believes were prominent and 1 Moore ,,,''
News of Florida In Short ParagraphsI W. Crooke, superintendent of the life-long residents of the city. Her Lake Wales- -So 1. DeVane a RAIFOKD Dave Richard, Miss Doris Moore .

.. Anti-Saloon League of Florida. foster parents moved to Cleveland, good farmer of the Fredonla com- Red tifrcf. Cor. ahd Willie Mae Br., in were In ,
Formal announcements regardingthe she said, when she was an Infant. munity, may have have stumbled Jacksonville on business last Tues : '
1- program will be made later. I I|I j upon a heretofore unknown secretof day ,,\ S ,

I preserving citrus fruits especially After four months of summer Miss Willie Mae Bryan of Fort i!c ,
1i |I Melbourne'According to a local
i LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD Miami-Several Miami youths, I' physician a seven-year-old negro I oranges, says the Fort Meade vacation, the Raiford Junior-High Myers, who has been spending a

who figured everything was dandyas girl here agreed to be the 'flsh" In Leader. Last December he plowed School re-opened Monday morningfor week as the guest of her cousin. '
1 far as solving the unemployment la! which a of his orange grove and the an eight months term. Witha Miss Doris Moore, returned to her
problem was concerned,' game children and ground being covered with dropped' record-breaking attendance of home there Sunday. I 1\ ", .
were playing
o learned today their prospective negro fruit they were plowed under the nearly two hundred and fifty/ pu Mr. and-Mrs.: N. T. Ritch returned r 1 '11
BY OUR EXCHANGES 1 jobs as "U. S. game wardens" her permitted mouth.a The book hook to went be (placed through In sod. The land lay Idle until a few pils. T. N. Farabee of Gainesville, to their home here after spend ":4( "

were-roughly speaking the days ago when Mr. DeVane again aa principal and teacher o It the ing a few days with Mr. Ritch' abrother
.. the bark of her and
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.. .. n 1 a IJ bunk. They immediately sought I the fisherman yanked on the line plowed the land, and this time Instead seventh and eighth grades. Miss -in-law and sister Mr. and .//t 2 "
ij.esburg.Five tons>> of flour for slon here has voted to abolish the return of the $1250 each cave T.,but instead of putting a of plowing oranges under Gertie Ruth Home of Jennings, Mrs. R. L. Lockhart of DeLand. ,', p
use of the needy In this vicinIty office of city manager effective M.. Preston, a pleasant gentleman fight the way fish do the up little game girl the sod he plowed them out of the teacher of the sixth; Mrs. Loca t' ''I
the arrived In Tavare on Thursdayof immediately and to distribute the of about /50, as depoats on revol yelled long and loudly had to betaken ground. Upon tasting one of them Whitten, of Lake Butler, teacherof TRAIN SCHEDULE:
1 last week and was brought over duties of the office, among: other very to be supplied by the govern-'j j, to the Brevard hospital; for he discovered It to be perfectly preserved the fifth; Mills Doris Moore, Our schedule changes Sunday. I ,I
i to Leesburg on Friday In trucks. city officers The move was taken ment. Difficulty arose when neither -''I, an operation to remove the hook. and delicious in flavor fourth grade teacher; Mrs. Maye May 22nd and trains will run aa r" .
Bell Dobbs of the State Farm,
in the Interest the ,
of economy, com- prospective game wardens She Is now said to be none the follows:
i Palm Beach-Residents of this missioners said. City Manager nor police could locate Preston. worse for her Impersonation of a first grade, and Miss Lucille Ed. No. 1 Southbound local due '
seaside town have protested to John C. Ferris vas, notified his member of the finny tribe. ZIRF ,'wards of Ralford, the second and Starke, 10:59 p. m. ** "
that early mornIng office would be with but third grades. '
officials dispensed
municipal Tallahassee Contract for a has been No. 11, Southbound local, due
bathers and members of ex- he would receive his salary through much needed driveway through the Gainesville Bus service be- Ml.. Lvla Ma ....... c-... sick Mrs at M.her B. her lllghsmlth home here for Starke 9:20: a. m. n
classes on the beach are July. of the Florida State College Southbound
ercise campus tween Cedar Key and Gainesvillewill some time. Reports are that she No. 107 limited, due
sleep. The. officials for Women will be let the !
disturbing by Starke 10:27: a. m.
be Inaugurated by the Blue be out soon.
to again
promised to Investigate, possibly Cocoa-The largest jewfish of state road department next month.It Bus Lines. Passenger, mall and Miss Jeannette Kelley Is spending '. Mr and Mrs. Fred Wolf of Lake I No. 2 Northbound local, due
the noise by an ordinance. the nt. will connect the Jefferson street a while In Tampa with friends .
[ to halt pres summer fishing sea- freight will be handled betweenthe Butler were the guests of Mrs. Starke 6:19: a m. \ I
son at Canaveral was landed by entrance with' the northern entrance two points, J.. 'A. Whiting of and relatives.Mr. '' Minnie Brown Monday of this No. 12 Northbound local due .. :
Gainesville-New remote controlhas Dr. C. E. Mathis of Vero Beach, on Call street and with Jacksonville, traffic manager for and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and [place. Starke 3:31 p. m.
been opened In the Horticul at the wreck of the old Mohican, I several angular turns will be nine- the lines, announced yesterday.Two : children spent Sunday at Graham M. W. Mann and Wesley An. No. 108 Northbound limited due I ,
tural building of the University of about three miles off shore. The tenths of a mile long. The drive buses will be operated each with Mr and Mrs. I. W, Dyal. I drews of Lake Butler, were business Starke 6:01: p. m. .!,.
Florida by the state radio station monster fish measured six feet and way will be of cement construction way dally. One leaves Gainesvilleat Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and visitors to this place last Fri Starke and Wanaee 101 leaves .
WRUF. Located at the offices of nine inches from tip of tall to and will enable a more ex- .six o'clock In the morning and children spent Sunday at Graham Starke 7:00: a. m.
the Florida Agricultural Division nose. It was one of the largest tensive beautification, of the at two o'clock in the afternoon. with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. day.Mrs.. Lindsay Thornton who has No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. t i''

they are to be used In the broad- that had been caught at CanaveralIn grounds of the institution. Buses will depart from Cedar Keyat Miss Normie Groover spent Sunday been sick at her home here, for Closing of Mail .
casting of the dally farm and home several yars, and provided a 11 o'clock in the morning and with Miss Bernice Crosby. some time, has been removed to South ,e "" '1 1

[ products. sight to the large number of holiday Tallahassee-C. H. Coulter, assistant at seven o'clock each night. Mall I "Mr. Oriel Fowler of Brooker, Starke where she will undergo an Train No. 11, parcel post, 9 a. m. i '. ", ,
I vacationists! at the fishing re state forester, has junt returned will be carried on the six o'clock I was visiting Miss Cora Padgett operation. No. 107, letters special delivery I
Titusville-Mlsa Rhoda Tobuk, a sort. from a tour of inspection in and the seven o'clock buses. The ; Sunday afternoon. Miss Lois Knabb of Macclcnny, and special handling, 10:10: a. m.
| native Eskimo girl who Is living northwest Florida. He reportedan buses will make connections at the spent a week with Miss Elinor North
Rev. J. H. Mr. Mcnzle
I with her foster parents Mr. and I Donaldsonville-Jacob Lasseter, instance of unusual growth of local terminal with buses depart I Groover and sister Kelley Miss all Redd here, and returned to her No. 12, parcel post and letter. '
Mrs. E. J. Ard at Sharpes, prefers charged with the murder of a 59- some pine trees which werp set ing from Gainesville. in every di- I attended home Sunday. 3:13: p. m. '
the annual at
Florida orange Juice and sunshine I year old Jackson county Fla., out three years ago. He said the rection. meeting Branford ball club defeated Ral No. 108, letters, special deliveryand
Grove the last of this week.
I to anyth'ng her native land has to 'farmer several weeks ago, was arrested specimens had grown from eight i Shady ford nine Sunday 20.4 In a hard special handling, 5-40: p. m.
offer Miss Tobuk was born at I here last night by SheriffC. Inches to eight feet. Another experimental I Tallahassee When companyM 1-lr..T. W. Lewis and son, L. O. fought game. Starke A \Vannoe Branch

1 Alatna. Alaska, 150 miles south of L. Chandler of Seminole county venture, In Bay county arflves at Camp J. Clifford R. 'was attending to business In Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones spent Mall closes, 7.00: a. m. i lp
I Point Barrow.and was brought to and turned over to Quincy, Fla., revealed that only seven of 140 Foster on July 17, there won't bea Saturday and were dinner guestsof the weekend In Jacksonville visiting Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m.
I this country by Mr. and Mrs. Ard authorities this morning. When trees 'in a burned over half acre mule In sight. The depression Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas. Mr. Jones' brother and fam Night mall closes, 0:10: p. m. I'
I when she was ten years old. taken Into custody Lasseter was are living. In another like space --abbreviated appropriations and Mr, J. W. Padgett and sons, Train No.1, south, 10:69 p. m. 4"+ d
accompanied a woman and two 141 of the 141 trees set out still first one thing and the other has Coleman and A. Z, were visitingat fly.Mr.. Emmett Taylor and Miss Train No. 2, north, 6:19: a. m. Mj

Jacksonville Employes of the grown boys and the four were ar- are living. canceled the requisition for about Hlghthrown Saturday. They Evelyn Chancey of Lake Butler' Blue Bus Schedules
I Florida East Coast railroad and 'rested. They were all taken backto 30 mules which always heretofore were accompanied home by Mrs. were In Ralford last Friday. Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1032.
former employes who were discharged Qulncy. The name of the slain Tallahassee-Police Chief E. R. have been used in hauling the com J. W. Padgett and little children, Madeline Tompkins who has Northbound 5:03 a. m., 1:59: p. + "
recently when the com- man was not learned by 'offlcers Isler Is looking for the parents of pany's machine guns on parade at who had been spending a few clays been the guest of her aunt and m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. m. :
pany reduced its forces have been here. a year-old girl who once lived I Camp Foster This year the men there with relatives. uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownof Southbound-: a. m, 12.34: p. i
offered garden space long the rail ......-- here and who believes she was will have no mules to curry, feed Mr. Fred Shaw spent Saturday Mot'clenny, for three weeks returned m., 4:34: p. m? 12:50 a. m. 1'i q' +; I,!
road right of way. -A circular Issued Orlando A state-wide pro- born here in the home of a prominent or chase down when they run I night with L. O. and Johnnie to her home here Sunday. Tickets and Information at tt Vin )i
by the railroad 'company hibition conference consider the family. He said the girl has away,, as they; often did at the Lewis. Mr. and and Mrs. E. D. Yelvington Smith's Service Station, next to'
[ stated that the employes would be temperance and political situationIn been reared under the name of Billie boom of'the evening gun. Instead Mr. Leland Dukes was. visiting and his brother, Arthur, who courthouse. ii v
allowed to use vacant lands alongthe Florida and the nation will be Peterson and now lives at 5130 there will be hand drawn carta. In our section Tuesday has been upending a week here, '
right-of-way for gardens If held in Orlando on August 4th. East 88th street. Cleveland Ohio. Light, mobile, compact, these Mr.. Horace May passed throughour were visiting In Hastings Sunday. Jacksonville -- Southern Hani- I k ,
they applied to their superiors. Plans for the conference which Chief Isler said the girl's letter carts, manned by two men, will section Saturday on his way Mrs C. J. Jones of Tampa, and ware & Bicycle Co., opened new offices ,' a' ''li
promises to be well atended by rep to him stated that she was given I expedite things in general and relieve to the annual meeting at Shady Miss Marlon Clten, returned to and display rooms at Liberty it'i'

New Smyrna-The city commls- resentative people from all sections to a man and his wife here m Tal. much of the drudgery, of Grove. their home after._pending a week and Kant 14th streets It+ ,

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AMBITION REALIZED: KID IS COOL: Newport and SINCLAIR LEWIS ihown with his 2-year-old son Just after Z
Dearer lead the country in lini.hing'hl, latest novel "Ann Vickers". This, first of his books after ,
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to Gene Tunney than winning the Nobel Prize, begins< In the August lsudof Red* ,
!hit victories 1n"\IIe' ring''is any style and comfort in the summer'season Magazine. "Ann Vickers", one of the strongest of Lewio; <.*. t '
measure of recognition In the and there the white kid fzationn. is also the f... T _'. "__t. 3
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world is shown strolling along in effective! with any*costume, is dec- 9'
J-iucago. where he attended the orated with pin point perforations DURING CHILEAN REVOLT: 4 machine gun squad is
Democratic National Convention which cover the entire shoe in a seen here nested in the Ministry of Defense Building in Santiago 'r
** a newspaper correspondent. streamline motif. Chile,',with guns trained toward the Government House, during the tJ" ,
recent radical revolt. The radical regime lasted only a few days ,
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I 'J The.smilingly vital and versatile King Custave V. of Sweden calls wearing. This i* the first time modest, daughter Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam shown as they iI
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BY.SIGUT: This unusual device the only one of i its shows a keen interest of in friend stadium. The aged sporting on women's wearing appareL escorted to the City Hall and State House where she was given l4 aY s'

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ance made to widows with---I children quired to enter the teachers college Columbia, DadeYD.Soto.- Duval Contract let for bard Pllcln. ;

of school age, $1,032.00.It Will A wa134Scholarships of the University of Florida ((3)), Columbia, Franklin Gadaden, new state road from Ba '. via !v
was thereupon ,resolved thai and the school of education at Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Fort Meade to Hardee e. '. line, \
I '5ocietv4jd the clerk of the circuit court be i Florida State College for Women i Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, Hills- Titusvllle --- New bull!.. ; heUlg I
1 directed to have the foregoing estimates In They also must teach two years borough Indian River, Lake (2)); constructed here for gn !?"wnt! ,
I as made by the board of after their graduation or must refund Levy, Liberty, Madison, ((2)) ; Manatee radio station. I
county commissioners published in to the state the amount of Marion, Martin, Monroe Fort fierce Hangm "?I l li. I
1 a newspaper In the county by one the scholarship. The senatorial Okeechobee Orange, Osceola, Pasco on Fort Pierce Airways ", 'Jf?
BIRTHDAY DANCE GIVEN CIRCLES OF \PTIST W.M. H. Insertion; and a copy thereof, Higher Schools scholarships have po requirementsof Polk, Putnam ((23)) ; St. Johns government beacon light.
HOLD MEETINGS MONDAY 1 properly certified, be forwarded to this kind attached (2)); Santa Rosa, Seminole ((2)); Total of 115,000 carloii > Mllta
Miss Lllllnn Sternberg celebrated the comptroller of the state of The examinations will'' be heldin Sumter Taylor, Union, Volusta, and vegetables shipped t t"", ?,,kt
"r.;; her fourteenth birthday Monday Mrs J. B. Sapp and'Mrs. W. M. Florida. Exams; NeAt Month to Determine the county seats on dates to be (2), Wakulla and Walton. In 1931-32 season.--Ocalx ; ?

j evening at Klagsley Lake with a Mundy, Jr.. were Joint hostesses at The board then proceeded to select Winner of Many Counties" announced In each locality later. I' Senatorial scholarships are open High Springs Co, ;, 1"'n"
dance and splash party. the home of the former :Monday names to serve as jurors in Applicants are required to present this year at Florida State College practically completed nw,
w The time was pleasantly spent aftwtnoon to members of Circle 1 the county judge's court for the a health and a character certifi- for Women in the following districts bridge on state highway \ j.!
i in dancing and swimming and at No. 1 of the-Baptist Woman's Missionary ensuing yeat In accordance with : Competitive examinations for cate. Each applicant must have : over Santa Fe River and ,[i of
,, the close of the evening Miss Ruth Society. chapter 10167 laws of Florida, county and senatorial scholarships resided In .his county or districtsix Fourth: eighth, 10th, 11th, 12th, city
r Sternberg served refreshments to The home was prettily decoratedwith acts of 1923, as amended. awarded by the state at the University months and must ,be a grad- 13th 18th, 20th, 21st. 22nd 25th .----_.. .
those present: Minxes Lois Long, cat flowers arranged in bowls The board then adjourned for of Florida and at Florida uate of a senior high school recognized 30th, 31st 35th, 36th and 38th. POLITICAL' ANNOIINC'F'11\'Ts:
y Kitty Hogsed Lois Adklns Lula and vases. Mrs J. H. Pitts leader, the purpose of organizing as aboard next month. by the state board of edu- Senatorial scholarships a t the
,, j a Redgraves, Murla Weeks, Hope 1 presided during the devotional. of equalizers.The The state awards one county cation. University of Florida are open Iri Fields To Hun For ('It.I. tarp
,1 !I Haynes, Dot Ritch; Messrs. Harry Plans were discussed and made in board then organized 'as a scholarship at each of the two In- County scholarships at Florida the following districts; I hereby announce m! ,'if ,
l 1 Tldon S. R. Johns, A. K. Wall, regard to the Sunday school picnic board of equalizers with J. L. Underhill stitutions of higher learning for State College for Women are openIn Fifth, seventh, ninth, 10th, 18th, candidate for the office "i, i city
Kldri ge Robinson, Billy Graham and at the close of the business as chairman, J. G. Crews, each member of the state house of the following counties this 25th, 26th,, 29th, 30th 32nd, and clerk, for the City of Star::,.. II p!.
fi J k Billy Parker and J. P. Warren. session a social hour was enjoyed. G. W. Hinsun. M. Rosier and K. representatives and ore senatorial year: 38th.W.. Ject to the will and best p' i.rnrat
---. i The next meeting of the circle will T. Osteen. scholarship at eath of the two institutions Baker, Bay Bradford, Calhoun, S Cawthon, state superin of the voters In the city I ''',n
n MIL ANI) MUM.: C. .\. be an all day meeting held at the The board then took a recess un- for ea'h senator. Charlotte, Citrus Clay, Columbia, tendent of public instruction Tues- to be held in September i I"'t> "x'
KNIGHT EM'KKTAIV: : Weeks cottage at Kingley Lake in til 9:30: o'clock Wednesday, July. Thin year ther are 52 county ((2)); Gilchrist, Gulf, Hamilton day said those desiring information act date to be announced l lit r,?

r.. August with Mrs. J. M. Brownlee 6th.The scholarships open at Florida State Hendry, Hernando, Jackson ((2))I about these scholarships should apply Having held.various posn, ,,, ?''If,
'i An enjoyable event of the week an hostess and each member is to board of equalizers convened College'for Women and 85 at the Lafayette, Lake, Leon, Levy, Man- to the county superintendentof trust with large corpora:?i ,In
# '1 was a delightful bridge party given take a covered dish for lunch. on Wednesday, July 6th, 1932, University of Florida. There are atee, Martin, Monroe, Nassau schools. bookkeeping) and clerical f Friday evening by Mr and Mrs. The hostesses assisted by Helen pursuant{ to recess, with all mem- also 16 senatorial scholarships ; Okaloosa Osceola, Palm Beach, 4 feel qualified to disch 11, 'he
O A Knight at their home on West Louise Steele served refreshments bers present open at Florida state College for > Pasco, Plnellas ((2)) :; Polk, Putnam, Lake Worth --, Worth Motor duties of the office In 1111. .m!
Call street to members of their to the following, who were present: The tax assrsiigr having presented Women and 11 at the University of i Sa. Johns, St. Lucie, Santa Rosa, Co., Ford dealers, opened plant at 1 manner and if honored .. lt
c contract bridge club. Mrs. J H Pitts, Mrs. J. M Brown- his book showing the assessed( Florida. ((2)) ; Sarasota, Sumter Suwannee, Lucerne Avenue and H St. 1 position which I am seeking ''de
rrw ; ) The large living room, where lee Mrs. P M. Barefoot, :Mrs. G D valuation of property subject to The scholarships worth $200 ((2)); Taylor, Union, Volusla. ((2))I Clearwater First National cannot express my apprei i,"i ,r
k the guests were entertained, was Goodman, Mrs. W. O. Strlngfellw, taxation, for examination by the a year and may be held for four I and Washington. Bank and People's Bank of Clearwater the honor, and I assure .11' i,
decked with quantities of pink radiance Mrs. L. G. Hemingway Mrs. J, 11.Meedle. board 'in compliance with the requirements years if the faculty of the institu- County scholarships are open at merged recently under name iso you that you will fine g
roses intermingled with fern. Mrs. W. 1 H. Andrews, Mrs.G. I of the law; and the Lion recommends that the winner the University' of Florida In the of First National Bank in People's the offce to serve you dui, ,,.
i i i, d Five progressions of the game If. Bennett Mrs W. J Epper hoard of county commissioners I of I the scholarship be allowed to ,following counties: Bank building. er hours for such offices
;, ) ', were played andscores, added Mr.: son. Mrs. J. II. Hundley, Mrs. E. having given notice for 13.days by I continue his work Those who receive Alachua ((2)), Baker, Bradford, Belle Glade Pahokee road be- J. H. FIE!
;tr ," and Mrs. H. C. Wall made high C. Priest, Mrs B. A. Thomas, Mrs.L. publication In the Bradford Coun- I county scholarship are re- :Brevard, Calhoun Citrus, Collier, i ing resurfaced. Starke, Flit July 12; :19DFooo 1/
score and were presented with .. J. Green, Mrs A. F. Murrheeand ty Telegraph, a newspaper/! .
4,4 t;,' ,' prizes Punch was served during Mrs R. J. Andrews, of Lake ed( In Starke, Bradford pUbliSh-I'j. d.. -. '.:-. "" "4: .:i o'" :.. -- ---JJi: .:I'UU"I':! : J-.n'I', "': ::.:-:",-'-'-'-: ': '.JI.-'l'rll--- t;".!
,; the evening and at the close oft Butler. Florida, that the board j
p play> the hostess served a sweet on this day as a board of equalizers
rv'', course to the players. 11, 10 mills I for the purpose of hearing complaints -
h I w, :Those present were: Mr. and Special Sub-school District No. and receiving testimony as

44yf; Mrs; H. C. Wall,. Mr. and Mrs. R. 12. 3 mills. to the value, of'any property real, POL E Z I N G
Sub-school District No. .Eo
F, Demorest Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Special personal or mixed as fixed by the
) 15 10 mills
f (' .( Wainwright Robinson, Mr.anll and Judge Mrs and W Mrs M. Special Sub-school District No. having county tax appeared assessor to, and make no parties com

Ji ,rs!' A, ZAdklns. J; 16 10 mills. plaints as to values as fixed by
Special Sub-school District No.
said tax assessor the board decided
( I LADIES'! AUXILIAItV OK 17 10 mills. to make no changes in the values
w I'llESUYTEIUAN; CHt'KCHOBHKHVK Special Sub-school District No. as so fixed. A. STORES <&'
i ; MKrf'fj!: { $ NIGHT 18'!!, 10 mills) The board then adjourned as aboard "
$' The"clerk of the circuit court
of equalizers and organized
"} The Ladies' Auxiliary of the having prepared estimates of reve- as a board of county commissioners. -

t } entertained Presbyterlppichurch.the men with delightfully a social nues other; and than receipts advalorem from taxes sources to be It. was ordered by\*'the board'that To the public that attended the opening of the Plee-Zing Food Stores- TYour"patronage

\,; affair' at the Mitchell''' cottage at levied reasonable to be, expected a meeting will be held on the first will find these stores offering Merchandise of the HIGHEST QUALITYSERVICEAND
4, Kingsley Lake Tuesday evening.A from the 1st day of October) 1932 .
? Monday in August, A. D,, 1932, that
to the 30th of September 1933 ECONOMY.
A party of twenty-five day being the 1st day of said tnonth,
motored to the lake late in the afternoon and the said estimate having been
and that at such fflll
s;" where they enjoyed swimming properly certified under oath, were they
} hear any complaint of any prop- Contest $350.00 In Cash Closes 4th
,iii; followed with a tempting ordered spread upon the minutes erty owner as to values as fixed Offering August
picnic spread of said board and the original to
by the county tax assessor, and accepted -
i1 'Those present were: Mr. and be filed as apart of the recordsof by the said board of county _r9- R --
tjj. i Mrs. T. N. Klndrlck: Mrs. Williams, the said board, In words. and
d' S Mr; and Mrs. W. M. Morrow Mr. figures!'! as follows: commissioners and will hear any SUGAR Sibs. 19e MILK 2 tall 9c
and all
reasons that may be given cans -
and Mrs. E. M. Davis and daughter General FundLicense taxes why said valuations on any real ,
rs;' Jean Mr. and Mrs. William $842.73: redemptions 1263.23; to- or personal l estate should be FINE GRANULATED NORTHFIELD EVAPORATED
j, i Bonham, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward tal $2,103.96. .
of Plant City, Mr and Mrs. T. S. Fine and Forfeiture Fund- changed. -- ..... -- ."'
There being no further businessthe
j Williams, Mr. and Mrs.' W,: A Fines and costs collected $2.065 (Make* Sturdy t hll-
r f it r Stern and daughter, Louise, Mr. 00; redemptions $411.32; total, regular board meeting adjourned to untlt be (held the next the FREE;One Luncheon Cup dreiilth 45e SUe Chocolate Flavor Malted Milk 31e
Can Plee-ZIng
1 j,} and Mrs. H. H. Young and son, $2.476.32. first Monday in August, 1932.G. .
Theodore Mm Carl Jackson and Widow's Pension FundTax redemptions -
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J,$,, ,I daughter, LoUis!, and Dr George $70.00.Agricultural .------
lvI? T. Lowry. Jo'und--Tax redemptions COFFEE 1 lib. Tin 29c. Rambler Self-rising FLOUR
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t ,,1 t, COMMISSION! : ; : KHTIMATK The board then took up the mat- GRAHAM PI4EE-ZING-I.'lnest Quality-Vacuum Packed
yi EXPENSE: OF (-OITNTV ter of making an estimate of the 6 Ib. Sacks

k" til necessary expenses!'! of the countyfor ,I 1111. Ellen Johnson Cor. TAYLOR'S 121b. Sacks 29c
(Continued from page one) the fiscal year from October1st i '
Florida, that the board of county ,, 1932 to September 30, 1933, Miss Cleo Reynolds entertained 24 Ib. Sacks 49c
''t : !with a chicken pilau Tuesday evening Juice pint bottle12c -
commissioners of Bradford county and having considered the receipts J rape -
{+, :' be and they arc hereby requested estimated by the clerk;'and having at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' PLEE-ZING-15c SIZE BOTTLE
to levy sufficient millage on the given full consideration of the I Roy, Reynolds. All.reported a nice QUART: BOTTLE 23c
taxable property In Bradford county needs and necessities the : -
of coun- time.Carl ...- Extract Pure Bottle I 9c
t to raise $25,000 to pay interest ty and the requirements of the dif I Crosby of Avon Park] was LON GRAIN HONDURASRICE,51bs. -
3'' coupons and create sinking ferent purposes tomeet the ex- visiting relatives hero Wednesday. .

)' fund to retire bonds at maturity: penses during the said fiscal year, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves of Plee-Zinff Guarantees Sure Death to 'all Insects
yA 10000.00 to the maintenance of have determined and 16 hereby Savannah Ga, arrived here Satur- '- 15C
; county roads.PaHHcd'in declare the following to be the day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. f > FLY SPRAY half 23c
'- .. pint-cans -
( regular( session of the estimated expenses and all special Jim Graves. ,
board of bond trustees June 0th,i and'extraordinary expenses con-
l\flss'Mlldred Broughton was operated WESSON OIL 19c
J932.; templated for the year from adva '-'''' -
on Friday night .appen
E. S. Matthews Chm. lorem taxation and estimated re-
dicitis. PINT CANS-Tor Cooking and SaladFREESavethetax
Attest: C. A. Futch. Secy." from
ceipts other sources which
Russell and. Mattlo Norman of __
The board of public instruction will be available. Vanderbilt were business visitors lIb l bags b 15cPleeZinjr 1
? presented the following resolution: Unit-nil Fund i ,
} r "Resolved that the board of Salary of clerk of circuit court here Monday Saturday.WitS the opening day of I ( t ) -
Cbunty Commissioners of as county auditor and clerk to the
", + Bradford! county are' hereby requested county commissioners, $900.00; school. Miss Mattie Norman of' Plee-Zinlt Complexion Beauty TOILET SOAP 1 Q ,Fancy, California Yellow Cling

,y 4r 1 to make an assessment of per Item and mileage of county .Vanderbilt Mr. and teacher R. M.for Johnson the term.and ,II Two lOc cakes FREE with purchase 2 cakes 11/C Peaches No. -,19c
six ,((6)) mills for the year,193.2, for commissioners, $900.00; pay of family were the guests of Mrs'J. 21/2 can -
t a school fund.
; general sheriff for attendance with board C PLEE-Z1NG _
Padgett Sunday! :
t' ; A. J. Griffis Secy.. of county commissioners $00:: .00; _...___- --m-j._--A..-- --,
} H. D. May Chairman.. Stationery, printing and blanks N. C. COUHLER'
Apalachicola Road No 10 between
Macaroni I i 2 15cHURFFS
Also the following resolution $150.00; coroner's Inquests $150- end .of pavement on Commerce or Spaghetti, pkgs. (
was presented by the board of pub 00; Insanity Inquiries $13000: ; attorney street and ferry landing to 10lbs.POTATOES19c) .
lic instruction: for board of rpunty com- be' surfaced.
ii;,, "Board of County Commissioners mlnKkmer. $30.00; supervisor of L- I -._ ..:.. _.all
Bradford county, Florida' registration, $2.10.00; record books, NO. 1 SLICEDBreakfast
Gentlemen: The board of public $30000.) I
; advertising required bylaw I
Instruction of Bradford county $250:: .00; commissions paid FLORIDATHEATRE POP.K&BEANSpercim Bacon Ib. 15r-
passed the following resolution at i -
1 county officers, tax assessor $1,-I ,
:Its regular session July Ith, 1032: 50000 tax collector $1,50000; re 1 1I ----..-- -.- 'a --- _- "' !>.... _. --...AJ..
Resolved that the' county commissioners pairs to county buildings l court PLEE-ZING( NIt' SIZEAsparaguslipsx2; -
_ of Bradford county are house $:::10.00; jail $50.00; furniture I I Smoked, Ib. 1 15'
hereby requested to make the following and fixtures for county build- GAINESVILLE. FLA.I'itOGR.1M'ti'EF.K I cans for 29c per - :
assessments for bonded Indebtedness Ings: court house $5000, Jail 50. -
in the' districts Hated: 00, expenses of county buildings::" JULY 14th I,
No. 18, Brooker, 13 mills; No.3. janitor, $360.00; light, fuel and I PLEE-ZING
Starke, !5" (Wills: No. 6, Lawtey 11 water '.&00.00; Insurance. $10000) ; I TODAY I c Boiled Ham, per lb. '- = -30c
mills; No 2, Hampton, I 0 mills. incidentals\ $50000; sheriffs gen I .IKVN' H\KI.O\V. CIIE8TKK31OHKIS i AKES. 2 pkRs. for 15c .
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May I eral court work, $800.00
; BAKING POWDER 1 lb. 19c
A. J. Griffls!!., Secretary."iEstimates and general work of In. I can

were received from "of circuit court courts, $,,00.00; clerk I IOU ED HEADED 11'Op1.1N"SATURDAY ( :\'fI NALBISCUIT" Stew Beef per Ib: -"' -, I lOc
the ; iO I .
several fractal( sub-school Uis.trlctg .- of election, $45000; Indexing, 200.60 .- +

be assessed asking that against certain all mileage of the poorhouse; allowance$150000 to paupers; reaeTBed outside for of I ()('OI.\8* FAIUUVKK, : .**, JK. Crackers all 5c sizes 6 f for 25c :

property both real and personal contingencies, ___ _. In I !. Pure Creamery Butter Ib. :19c
each of the said districts as follows Fine S: Forfeiture: Fund "U\'E IS A IIA'KET"3iONDAYONLY I II ,
: Sheriff's and deputy's cost bills, ,
Special Sub-school District, No. 3000.00( I MEAL 10'lbs .
county judge's cost bills 15c
) t 1, 7 mills in criminal cases, $80000; county (On the Stage) l GRITS Pearl] 10 Ibs. 15c Best Hamburger Ib. 15c
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Special Sub-school v District No. prosecuting attorney, convictionfees Vuudevllfo &: Revue II II"UOLLYWOOn per
2" 8 mills,
and salary $1,000.00; bailiff's SCANDLS' -
., Special Sub-school District No. pay for attendance- In criminal I PLEE-ZINO

_ ,, .f 3 4.,Special 10 10 mills.mills.A. Sub-school. \ District No. fines court 000.00;collected.$10000 sheriffs: ;. witness$50000 commission fees feeding, $1-onj I CONSTANCE MONDAY. On the A Screen TUESDAY BENNETTIn C TOMATO JUICE, 2 cans -ISc Best \White Bacon, per lb. 8c

4e A_ _. ;' 6,Special 10 mills.Sub-school District No. prisoners. 1200.00; payjjf, jurorsIn I .WHVT PRICE. J
criminal cues $55000: guardat HOLLYWOOD*
s Special Sub- school District No. Jail, $360.00; reserved for contingencies -
7., 10 mills. __ -Agricultural _. A. H. GreenLAWTEY
,.# Special Sub-school District No. Fund Home dem- WEDNESDAY' Carradinefs
; _ B; 10 mills. onstration agent, salary. $600.00; "MA Kit.' MB A STAR"

Special Sub-school District No. scholarship University of Florida, WithSTUART

:_, ; Special Sub-school District No. Widow's Pension Fund: Allow FKANCT DEE
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_ 61n __-._____.____._____.___ _._ 'C" _. .. KItM..>rORI" > COUNTY TEIJEGlAPn.. TAnKP', FUuun" r- .*..*iw r. -rrrvm.Bits .- -.. 'v \.'
:0=...."."""' .,".,....,", -IIII-...........IIIII........:.':.)......I:.".-) Miss- Murla '- ,
Weeks of Miami Is
1 tl' and children Mr and Mrs Christy,, Mr and Mrs N S. Blount ot Ft.Myers ,
visiting friends and relatives here. HIGHLAND f LAWTEYK. Mr and Mrs Chapin, Mr and Mr-i I \ "'), are visiting relativeshere: l '
I -- I I Vernon Howe, Misses Bessie Terry Mm L T Dinkins\ visited\ *
of Little Miss Martha Klckliter of I I her ; 'i s
Jacksonville is visiting Mrs E. L. Mra, Trunk Illoss' Cor. F. (rrnt1nl'. Cor. Dolly Dlnkino, Abbie Harley Ruth mother Mrs. Oscar, ,,Anilrtiu, mStark'e }
: Rowe Bee Thede, Rosa May Rowe, the week.
Biggs. s _h_ .. [past/ ,
: i Doris Uurney Martha Wells, Grace
-- ---- Mrs Nelson! Greene and children llurncy Home InTh Destroyed Arwood. Lucile Plumnier Edna Mr, and Mrs ,'"itp. Woolen and

IDeal I\Ie visited relatives '.ere Sunday Fetch" Lucille Torode, Miss Carol Cain were nAIling in
residence Mr and
n of Mrs '
" CENT A 1 WORD Mrs. J. O McCV \mlck' an'hl1. E E Burney: was destroyed I by fire dred Dlnklns. Knau (' MlI-1.knonvllU-Mr.< .I iI. Wednesday&fternoon.Moore returned Jlalurdnv .
I dren and Mrs. Mangle, Crews spent last Thursday morning at? six Mesfrn Jinvmlo Moore .
Concerning Our People, Butinest and Saturday at Hilhard with their o'clock. The ., i right from FtMNMIa where hl
fire was caused! by a Moore Ed: yards, W F MootW "-*, D
COLUMN ho was" shipping Jersey Big Stem
Progress of the County and Town. sister Mrs W. J. Hardee. faulty flue and .started while Moore Paul) Moore, Billy Edwards sweet potatoes to northern markets.
?" FOR SALE-One good ice box, Mrs. Louie Bell' Converse of breakfast was being prepared: The Fonzo Prevail Pets: Biir-: | ,.
: Jacksonville, arrived entire community was on hand and Howard! Miner, Melvin Futch,
very cheap. Mrs M. Leviton. It here Monday ney (
A .__ ....""zsrsasastsv" ':...:.':.)... '''''n =='''''''''==........ .pQl for several visit.. with did everything possible to exting- Sumpter William Woolen, Disc| Barbara Moore, year-old I
rela- Harley
c::>QC"O ---- = ====r5c.: ; RENT"Furnished: days daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. W F. ,
of FOR C
court I apartment tives. uish the flames. but the fire guinea : Van Burney. George Anvood,1
V Knight attended Mrs. B. Maza of Jacksonville, Moor It recovering from 8111-
Col downstairs Mrs R H headway so rapidly' it was Impossible Chit. Dlnklns. and others.Except
many i
,"cam' vllle< Friday. Is the guest of Mr. and. Mrs B. Long. lt. MI"ses018e and Kathleen Har ness (of some days.'r
to the Fortunately
save building.
Jacobs. .. ._ dee of Hilliard spent Saturday foe. many ciscs. of Indigestion Mr. and Mrs Marcus Brown of
-- --- the flames :
were kept under -
,mid Mrs\ B. Jatkobs and FOR RENT-Store"' and filling night here with their grandfather control and .not allowed to; from overeating and Iota Tampa, lire spending a few days .. '
spending a month at the Little Mils Betty Masburn'! of station Steil Courtney's old F M. Crews The Mosses Hardee to of sunburn no ill effects from the with Mr. Brown's [parents. Dr., and
milt' t spread surrounding buildings.School
age> at KIn g ssley Lake.Jlr Marianna, is visiting her grandparents Stand. Earl Cook, Sr. It. were enroute to Tampa, where they I enjoyable day were reported. Mrs. G. \,'. Brown
: li all Mr. and Mrs G. W. Alderman ..-----'--'------- ------ will spend several weeks with relatives opened here! Monday with Mr and Mrs. Pearce Jones of Thomas heck returned ye ter- \' '
r FOR NT--Room for lighthouse- there. an enrollment larger than' last' Sun Francisco Calif.. arc:' visiting day from Cn.llt tvllle, West. Virginia j
n Ails .ive, Ray spent Thursday keeping or eight room house Mrs. Verdle Parker of Jacksonville tear We are proud of our faculty, Mr. Jones'' relatives here!'. Duringhis where!' h.. has been!' for several I
in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Coulter of
nil I hvi' uv with bath. A F Murrhee Starke is. spending! a while here with and feel the board has appointed' nine-year absence Mr Jones'weeks. .'
|::1 lw Mi.ilie Allbritton. Quincy were visiting friends in Fla. 7-15-21: Mrs. M. Carter. one that
Starke Wednesday.. ---.-- .. Mrs. J. O McCormick 8.n.chll- knowledge to the students and for three, years has pursued visiting: Mr Dm'ley's' mother iu :a
s Tvp .riter ribbons and carbon WANTED-To buy a few pieces dren returned to their home at The Baptist and' Methodist Sun-' with succeeds, his profession, cleitrlcal *- Melrose Wednesday. "
t .pe ,ale at the Telegraph of Mrs.: K. S Matthews and Mrs. H. of very old furniture (antiques), Tampa Sunday' after upending a day schools enjoyed an all Any pic1uic pn h1t''llnll. Lawtey welcomes Mr E J. Roberts'" and grandson.
ice B. McLendon spent Wednesday in tables, chairs, dressers and other week here with relatives. at Klngsley Lake last Thursday thin boy and his charmingwife Howard Miner, attended, church at ;I)
Jacksonville.Mrs pieces. It doesn't matter whether Mrs Josephine David of Hugh Among theme present were:I IMI' and It Is. with real rPjrrel, we Trenton last week. K ','.
r li, S Johns and children, It is in good repair or'not.. was a business visitor here Friday and Mrs. Plummor and children !! learn they are to return to California \ MlHit.. IllillilceMiner returned ,
it,11 are guests/ this week of Emily Phillips of Tallahassee Prices must!: be reasonable If notI Mr B 'd Mrs. J. T Pieviitt noon Sunday, from Jacksonville where ,,
1e ;, ,n. Mrs. Lorenzo Green. ,'Is the guest of Mrs. E. K Per- am not interested Address Mrs. M. Carter and children and and chllUien. Mr. and Mrx Keucc'mi Mrs. Knucli GilfflN I\n,1 son Arthur she hIM; been visiting! her uiidlc "I'' s ,
..._-- ryman. / I C. E. Parker, 15 E Adams St., Mrs. Verdle Parker attended and son, Mr and Mrs. J, M. Reddish visited friends In BUll nt'll and I umt. Mr. and Mrs' 11 L ll
jli artha Powell Is spending -..-.----.- Jacksonville. Fla 5-22-tf.) church at Long Branch Sunday and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Miner
,:.j m Jacksonville with Miss Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and I FOR SALE- One milk cow. A J. The Bradford county pupils[ W. H. Edwards. and children" 1\Irll'l Mrs fmnllDlckt'I'"on of Htm- Mr. L. (". Din/fns and Mr. Howard -
Lir-m", ;:; M uYer.: family have, moved to .Kingsley: Thomis.: 7-8-21 here entered school at Lawtey A n. Jlailey and little laughter 'nell, who in. now making:' her homo Miner "" (' ,
Lake for the summer. ---- --'- Monday being transported there Mrs G.1. Roberts and children with l\IrM. Enoch Grlffls.. returned to Galnenvllle, )Friday."F
Ui KI, Mrs J. R. Boring and Lake City Ground broken for I by bus l.irs,1fI" Miner, Mrs Ed'Bennett, I Sunday from Hunnell, after spending Little Cleon 'Vn r,ten, eleven-yrar- '
i,,Mil >n are spending this weekt Mr. and Mrs J. M. :Mitchell and' foundatl of new ice factory to be -_.--+- -- Mrs Catherine' Tears, Mrs. T. J. two weeks with her son and 1 old\ son. of Mr. and Mrs. W c.
King tley Lake. Miss Lucile Mitchell.were business erected in near future on East Du- Titusville Golf course road Terry, Mrs. (5 A. Anderson, Mrs daughter, Mrs\. PU-kcrson wax nc Woolen', IH Improving rapidly afteran la
_r' visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. val\' street by Simmons) interestsof I will be completed 1 socta to Cheney I R, R Thedo Mrs:; Silas butch and impanlpil. here by her granddaughter operation' for lemovnl of tonxilM
Mr end Mrs. Flournoy Phillips ---.-.---- Jacksonville. Highway I children, Mrs. T L Wainwright Miss Pauline Foisylhe and) adenoids, di
It C Tallahassee are guests at the Mr. and Mrs. J A. Long of Jack- I

\me" of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Rltch sonville, were the guests Sunday of !....+ .. .,.. ...
-. '- ,- -" -,- -----.'-,- - H" -
Mr. and Mrs T. B. n e
Hassle '
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Wesley Cunningham of .L.-
f tunford Master, Is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Typewriter ribbons and carbon 'pINEAPPLE. iRECOC u -I' ,i -

L.J. Wllkerson. fice.paper for sale at the Telegraph of a

Miss, is Lacy visiting Mae her Klckliter uncle, Mr ot'wart Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and or PEACHES lOc pkg. with each

F. Kickliter. 1 sons; Wobdfin) and Jack, spent ,
-- .- i Tuesday In Chiefland and Cedar
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks and Keys.: Best TableDelmonte at

Ittlss Kitty Hogsed are spending. i' Calumet Bak. Powder N.No. .lye's
a while at Klngsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. S.: Young and

daughter, Mary Lee, of Jacksonville 2]% an,2for f 25c
Comer Long of Leesburg, en- spent Sunday with Mr. and ;
route to Camp Foster, will spend Mrs. Paul Canova. 1 lIb 25c'COFFEE
can -
B Saturday with his mother, Mrs. F. --'--- .
|rt. Long. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and daugh-
ters, Misses Madge and Hazel Mld _.
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Mr and Mrs. M. F Hayes and dleton were visitors in Jacksonville -
I children who have been visiting Tuesday. I
I relatives in Starke, left Tuesday- ------ --- lb. 25c can
I for their home In Moorehaven. Miss Lena Belle Shepard re- ,
turned Saturday from Ellljay, On., 1 s? ,
Mrs,, J, Stater of Dade City and where she has been visiting rela- .
J Mrs. Jane A Stuart and granddaughter tives for several weeks. TRUE LOVE': 6 lb. Bag 12 lb. Bag 24 lb. Bag
I of Tampa, are visiting ------- -
their sister Mr. R. J. William. Mrs. George White and' Mrs S.
P. Vantliviere motored to Jacksonville -
-- : '
Mr, and Mr: Lorenzo Green and Wednesday and: spent the FLOUR 17c 3.0c SSc'
I children spent I 'Sl1n )'?'ln /Mayo day. ',. I
J with! Mrs Green's mother. Mrs. L. .- !
I A. Dees Miss Martha Brownlee returned I
Thursday from Gainesville and
Mr W P Smith made a business Daytona Beach, where she had '
I trip to Jacksonville Monday and been visiting friends and relatives. o
] was accompanied home by Mr. --------- Northfield Brand Evap. Blue Rose Fancy Whole Grain ;,, f
(Claude Wankmaker! who will spend! Miss Dorothy Sapp and Miss r >
I I several weeks here. Eliznbeth Howe of Lawtey, spent Best, Grade Can Buy r .
Wednesday In Starke with Mrs. R. MIL K RICE
Rev L a. Ray ''of Green Cove A. Newsom. '
I Springs was the guest of his aunts, BACON
J Misses Olive and Amelia Ray Wednesday Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs E. L, Tall 2 f for 9c. .
I can 15c
Biggs, Mrs. O. J. Griffin Robby pounds .
Biggs and> Martha Klckliter spent
Mrs N T Ritch, Miss Mabel Wednesday in Jacksonville.\ PET OR CARNATION Pound Be ,

(Weller and Mrs. J. W. Killian of 10 pounds 28c
I Waynesvllle, N: C., spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and Tall Can ,5c -
110 Jacksonville.\ family will return Sunday to their
--- -.----.- borne,In Miami after,spending two M mn w 11 1 ti, } jti
Mn! J E, Futch of DeLand, Is weeks in Starke with relatives. '.fl. .
I pending\ two weeks with Mrs. J. WHITE RIBBON .n 4516. Can $2.95 Jello, 2 for 15c r, ,
I S. Butch at the state farm and Mr. H. L. Brownlee was In Jack- Ice Cream Powder '
| llr .,H. L. Brownlee of Starke. sonville and was accompanied homey 4 Ib. Carton 25c
two Chan and ." 3 pkgs. 25c
---- > his grandsons E
ili IDS Delia and Nell Forbes returned Jimmie Stith for a visit. LAR D. 20c
I to their home In Jacksonville -- ------ .3 lb. Carton ICE CREAM SALT

Sunday after spending sev: Mrs. N. A. Odom and Miss Thel- 2 Ib. Carton 15c 5 pound pkg. 9cSUGA'R '
eral days at the Kelly Kottage at ma Purvis returned to their homeIn ,
Ring',ley Lake. St. Petersburg Wednesday after
I spending two weeks with relativesIn
Mr and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Starke and Lake Butler.
Mr 4nl.l Mrs J. C. Robinson and ..XHEESEJb. lSc JERSEY.CREA l '
HL !ra Claire Robinson, motored Mrs. Una Albury of Miami and y. b 1
tc< icksonvllle Thursday afternoon parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brownof t

Starke, spent Sunday in Jack- Print or Country Roll ,
Mrs. Brown's
sonville visiting
-- -'-
?W' tad Mrs. E. It. Davis and daughter, Mrs. A" 'U Martin.
dal: r. Jean,, and Mr. Bruce Sliced Breakfast 4t
&" >t Arcadia, returned Saturtoj Mrs. J. F. Albury, wholiaa been c: 23c BUTTER I7e1iiW
pound pound
"* >m a ten days trip through spending a few weeks with her I 1 ; ;F!
Vir' and other states. parents, Mr. and Mrs. II E. Brown I BACONJb.; 15cy
I of Sunnybrook Farm, left
I :
W' d Mra. ,C. H. Darby and for her home .In Miami. today, I i tj
.Ir.r : 1 S ; ,
:lE.> ::::1. r a _
ta Alfred' and Oviedo, have I I Col. and Mrs: D. E. !Knight: motored / I
{reh'' d and are visiting at the to Jacksonville Thursday and I
M |:
tom ,- Mrs. N. T. Ritch. were accompanied home by Mrs
_. who win spend i 1
-- Charles Larsen !
M nd Mrs. S. K. Newsom andtat while here as their guest. 5 lbs 15c
rs, Mrs. Robert Trobridge -- I
10'' Clara Miller of Jackson- :Mrs. L. E. Dowllng, Mrs Mae j1
"' re guests Sunday of Mr. Jones Mr. Doutt Jones! Mr. Ben I
ant R. A. Newsom.rf Dowling of Jacksonville\ and Mr. ,'
of New York. were
--- Lkl Ernest Dowllng
I l IJ> K. B. Norman and'little the guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. I

dB >r and lire Katherine Nor- W. E. MIddleton. GRITS. O lbs. 15c '
1Sc .
lilt >' Jacksonville, who are MEAUOlbs. - BROOM : ; Jun

'Pf a white at Spring\ Lake, i Mr and Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mr. and ,

are, Starke Wednesday. Mrs. William l Dobrow, Miss Roalyn ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc 1 Peanut Butter 1 Ilb. jar - lOc J
.. Jacobs and Miss Miriam' attended ,, OM ) ,
W p. Randall was In the funeral services of Mrs. Jacobs' 17e
Ja< :iville: Tuesday visiting her father, Mr. Slgmuml Rosner In
Qt. Sweet PICKLES15c' Octagon Soap IObars.25c J!'
'11I1"'r*' Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, who la Jacksonville Sunday. : i ;.
'rating from illness at St. --
Vla .It'a> Mrs. L. A. Davis had as her ] MATCHES 3 Boxes lOc Octagon Powders 10 25c
\. guests Thursday, Miss Annie JAM [ - i ; ., .:
T' D. p. Carpenter and Mrs. Mitchell of Winter Park, Mcs. Hel- '' N

"'' Long returned! Wednesday en Fox and Miss Ruth Hawkins of j Vanilla Wafer 7 f for -. -25c f $E4
h. .Caconton, Ga., where they Leesburg and Miss\ Mary Hamerof rNo.2CanTOMATOES,2forI5r. II
I' their matter Mrs W. T. Penney Farms. Zlb Jar
( )n. 5c
I SALT,2pkgs. - Black PEPPER 3 Cans 'lOc I
Mr. and Mrs. George Gardiner ; ; { !

'Mr Jame;L Frazee, Jr., and had as their guests, Sunday Mr. I '
'JU a 11& Iter, Lora Miller Frazee ot and Mrs. W.ft. Yelylngton and son. LYE large cans 4 cans : j 25c etTiss.u'e,6'roUs- 25c :1'_
caarond. Van are spending a Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts .22e } I :

abfte with Col. and :Mrs. J. L. and 'and son, Alton, of Has .. .
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I I I Weekly" f rum llama Demonstra- 4, "The Voice .f florida" ,:

I- Uen Specialist. Tallahane
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GaInesville, Fla-The Florida
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L. T. DYER, County Agent BUYING CURTAINS Farm Hour radio program will be iJBe

broadcast from noon to 12:4: ,
i: MIsS PEARL JORDAN' Home Demonstration Agent I
EST and 'for Florida
a program _
4 _ _ _ _ .. Silk. coton. .or. rayon, all make
---- --- ----- ---------- air from
housewives will on the
good curtains but where there Is a: go fair witK
_ i4H1ft IMJN'T LET WEEDS' GO FLORIDA STATION'S great deal of dampness, and wherea t 0:49: / to 10 a. m. over WRUF each I '

TO "SEED' IN PASTURES PEANUT BREEDING long lasting investment Is made,' day next week, the Florida Agricultural yourself

OR AROUND TilE FIELDS I IN LEAD, SAYS EXPERT, mohair should be given careful Extension Service an 1 1PINA
nounces. Short talks by home
consideration. Mohair is the fleece

:: "One years seeding means seven Gainesville, Fla. -..The peanut of the Angora goat. All fabrics demonstration agents over the .II.ppy.pi.4ucky" .I. a ...... D....

years' weeding," runs the old breeding work beng( conducted by and other materials made from state and other well known home eppliell lo "' -"-,..'.. p...,_..

Baying about weeds. And It, like the Florida Experiment Station is mohair possess the sturdiness workers will be featured on thehousewives' -( folk. *. The, I have .*ropl ihrlr pro*
fxirllj bj> having!> .fair with .
: : ;' many another old saying, is pretty ahead of that carried to durabil- period, and the follow. tlirm.rive
t l being on any which is so necessary ": *. Tbrjr ha.. faced! prol.lrm
-- ; nearly correct. AH of which where else in the world, In the ing talks will be broadcast on the quantr.. weighed I....., aad .p...

should remind us farmers that we opinion of Bob Barry, manager of ity.The noonday farm hour: tr vidnl. Bound .IttMHWcw. .prolrr lion far
basis of all material is
should not let weeds go to seed In the chelllng department of Tom thread The mohair Bat., July 13--Florida Farm he .pra........110. of their lalrmisB .
or yarn. yarn
"1 3 the pastures and around our fields Huston Peanut Company. Mr. News and Hints. Farm Editorial ., fair with yoNnrlfkrri| foiw
been fitted nature to be
I has by .. ...... ......
( where we don't want weeds to Barry recently visited the Experiment Snapshots. "' "n. .
durable and strong, and for use
(i ) ) grow.; Station and went over its where the conditions for fighting Mon., July Distribution of I i.5

ik .' Weeds are the worst pest*. of peanut experiments with' W. E. dust and germs are greatest.Sheep's Florida Citrus Fruits -:- D. E. HAROLD C. WALL

: pastures. Often weeds which fur- Stokes and Fred H. Hull of the Tlmmons. Foot-Root," Gummolsls, I INSURANCE

? I Utah little food and give offensive agronomy department. Shortly after wool Is warm, but It hag Psorosls of Citrus-E. F. DeBusk. !

,, odors and tastes to milk will overrun returning home he wrote Mr, scales something like the scales on Tues., July 19--The Palm Leaf STARKE. FLORIDA

the pasture In. a few years If Stokes as follows: a fish, which catch the dust. Mo- Miner-J. R. Watson. Farm Question .
hair bas similar scales but I
they '
j they are.not carefully kept down. "I feel that I have learned a Box. _

_\ It is fairly eaay to keep them from great deal about peanuts In the are farther apart, less highly developed Wed., July 20---Importance of "- _

: getting a permanent foothold In 20 years which I have given to and therefore do not catch Keeplng-up with Farm Progress OVER WO Ilt-_

fl1 -' t, the pastures, but often a very ted- them, but you and Mr. Hull showedme dust and germs or absorb moisture Dr. Wtlmon Newell. Primer for )

ious and all but Impossible task to things I have never before readily. Under the microscope mohair -' Town Farmers. 4't P4 ER VE"4r

: have shows a tubular construction: Thurs., July 21 Why Attend .
c gt rid of them after they seen and convinced me that you
t having a central tube or channel. Farmers' Week This Year-A. P. -
; over-run the pasture. I I I can solve a great many of the
.;, The mowing machine run two or' present peanut problems. I sin- The more this fibre is washed, the Spencer. Spuds Johnson Visits .the

three times over the pasture before cerely hope that I will have the' more silky and lustrous it becomes County Agent.

.w it the weeds have gone to seed opportunity of visiting you laterIn without becoming oily on its sur- Frt., July 22-What Farmers' ,
Stubble of facet. although In its natural state Week Will .Offer Poultrymen ; '
will be a great help. the growing season I would *.
-. Biont weeds will sprout again when especially like to see Mr Hull cross there is oil, Just as there Is In wool, Norman R. Mehrhof. Sanitation on e s."w .e.

;i the weeds are mowed down, and some peanuts, If he doesn't objectto which gives it elasticity, pliabilIty the Pullet Range-Dr. E. F.
to and great durability. Thomas. Ca.dIs 11.111 1./",.,.
this makes it necessary give an audience. I am convincedthat ,

i -1. snore than one mowing a year. he has that phase of peanut If you examine cotton under the S In" Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, this beautiful

; 1, In calle .the weeds are already work further advanced than any- I microscope, you will find that it THAT Immortalizes Pauline. Johnson, Canada's only Indian

well established mowing and then 'has a spiral form. In the same features have been
c body else of whom I know. THERESSAMl poetess? The rock upon which her engravedIs
l plowing or disking will often be a S I way, wool, under the microscope one from which she used to gaze out over the Pacific Ocean while

': (- ;: great help in' keeping them down.It PROMOTERS OF PEANUT shows barbs or spurs, whereas mohair -r ** Ithoda Zrliclrr. C'... she was competing some of her famous poems. At her request her -.

4 : ",, worth the effort/ to keepsifter 'PORK WILL ASSEMBLEAT Is smooth and firm as a fine I ashes were distributed over the 'waters of the sea close to the foot .. -

the weedS for several years wire. Mohair is woven on a. cotton of this rock.
Mrs. O. A. Thrower and ____, :
j to get rid of them, and then to I warp usually, but all the .wearing son -- -- -' -- .
j Glenn, Mr a. L. J. Moon and children sonvllle Thursday.Mr. the house in order; reconsecrate
keep them down. I Gainesville, Fla. The Southeastern surface Is mohair. Mrs. Knox Thrower and sons, and Mrs. Frank ''Morgan your organization to. cause of the
Weeds should also be cut from Mohair is Arabian word IIP TO your ears In work-
Peanut Pork Association an
went fo: Jacksonville Thursday
I Mrs. M. O. Thrower and children, greatest good for the greatest
{ fence corners edges of ileldH, and every nerve at high tension
"clean select. of
7 will hold its summer meeting at meaning Many
B. and morning. number and
Mr. and Mrs. C.. Varnes : ; put your services at No wonder at the wit.
.. t J other out of helds.the way places near Trenton, Fla., on Thursday, July he Oriental rugs are made of mohair son, all of Jacksonville: were visIting Mr. Marlon Carter motored over the disposal of the state Demo- and bark at you the snap children.
; cultivated: There will always 28, 1932, according to an announce- I combined with silk or wool. to Starke
at the home of J. J. ZeIgler Saturday ev nlng. cratic Executive Committee. Watch out! Overworked
,- be weeds and grass .to contend ment by H. G. Clayton, of the I The'luster and brilliant beauty pf last week. We are very glad that Mr. Bill "There Is no rock upon which to nerve may lead to Steeples

with, but cleaning up around the Florida Extension Service. The mohair Is never lost. Mr. Zimmerman and Mr.\ Put- Reddish Is Improving from a long split.this time. The will of the ness. Nervous Headache, Nerroos .

'1 fieldtt will at least give a better sessions will open at 9:45: that When a real investment for illness and we hope he will soon people stands recorded before us Indigestion and a host at
t looking place and may help to reduce man of St. Petersburg- were visitors other disturbances
and continue until around
morning draperies or curtains. is made, Investigate recover. and Florida Democracy is unpleasant
41' the number of weeds to con- here Friday. Why don t yon try Dr. Miles'
4 o'clock that afternoon. A
pea mohair; there are many Mrs. J. S. Norman motored to united upon a 'ticket without a
tend with later. Miss Rhoda Zeigler was a visitor Effervescent Nervine Tablets t
nut dinner will be
., pork supplied beautiful colors and designs.Thereare Starke Saturday evening. weak spot. Just one in a half glass ofwater
Waldo last Week.
i- OVER NINETV PERCENT by Trenton citizens and served by rich heavy damasks, gauzes-- to J. C. Sapp and Harry Edwardswere "Let us go down the line-from makes a pleasant park-

HAI1V CHICKS, RAISED Future Farmer boys of Levy and thin as a spider's web for glass cur Mrs. 'W. T. Zeigler and son, visiting Mr. Pitt Newsome president to constable." ting drink delightfully soothing

Gilchrist counties. Music duringthe tame and lovely colorful prints Thomas, and Miss Julia Laura Sunday morning. --. S to over-taxed nerves.

programs will be furnished by I which are artistic and beautiful. Hanson, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Morgan was guest of Dr. Miles' Nervine is now
't Crestview, Flu. Among the I St. Petersburg -- $10,000 Improvement made in two forme. and
i others members of the Future Virginia P. Moore J. J. Zeigler and daughter. Willie Mae Newsome Saturday -Liquid
L jpoultrymen of Florida who have program planned at Effervescent Tablet. Both have
Farmers group. Attendance at Miss Pauline Crabb, who has evening.
raised 00 of their Dusonberry Hotel. the effect.
over percent same soothing
.; the sessions Is expected from been upending her vacation' here Miss Debbie and Miss '
Panama $1.00 at store
chicks thin are City John McCall 70ur
: year
f. Florida, Georgia and Alabama. ATTEND FARMERS'YEEK returned to her home in Miami Edna Millard were _gueats of J. S. ____
county farmers reports County I son Curtis, purchased
; Mosley'aCafe
., This association, was formed a last week, and was accompanied Norman Sunday evening.'
Ag nt J. W. Malone. from George Forlead.
year ago at ValdoHla Georgia. Itsmembl'r8hlp home by Miss Ruth Zeigler. There will be church
p. Tavares, Fla.Each of the nine Saturdayand
; ; Fred Griffith, Crestview, purchased Cocoa-Indian River Tennis Club
: 521 White Wyandottes this In composed of farm home demonstration clubs in Lake Mr. and Mrs. J..E. Adklns and Sunday, also Sunday school at plan construction of new tennis
era, packers, agricultural and I daughters. Misses June and Grace, 9:30 o'clock
county Is making plans to send at Sunday morning. courts.
iprlng and has raised 493: of them, '
t marketing workers of 'the state, 'least two representatives to Farm- and Mrs. G. Adklns and daughters, Everbody invited to come. Bartow
Riving about 6 percent mortality. Johnson's
Style Shfop
)". B.; Robinson, Laurel Hill, has colleges and railroad, together with ers' Week-which will be held at the !of Hampton, were visiting at the Mr. Morris Carter was the guestof opened in larger quarters at 265E.:
) business men and others In Ala home of J. J. Zeigler Sunday. .I Mr. Johns
:a lottt 24 out of 330 chicks for a mortality University of Florida in Gainesville Clyde Sunday eve- Main street. \
bama, Georgia and Florida, who Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, Mrs. W. T. ning.
8-12 to Mrs.
August according .J'
'c of about 7 percent. Both Clearwater '- Work of widening
Interested in the growing, and Misses Julia Laura
are Zeigler son, -
c -' : of these men followed the plan out Mary S. Allen, home demonstration I V bridge< across Stevenson Creek on
marketing and popularizing of pea N Ranson and Rhoda Zeigler were
agent. I North
lined In the state-wide Grow Fort Harrison avenue to
nut-fed pork products visitors at Waldo Monday after- !
; fr q Healthy, Chick Campaign. Some of the'clubs are giving ARK GOOD SPORTSThe be speeded up.
-- The program has been arrangedto noon.
dinners, others are making quilts -
i i i i + 1 '- IJranford Bradford LumberCo.
cover points of especial Interest hooked salads and the like The B. Y. P. U. Federation met defeated candidates have
TO ATTEND FARMERS' WEEK rugs, ., .Inc., capitalized at $15,000:
_-_ to those producing hogs in the to earn the small amount of money with the B. Y. P. U. here Sunday certainly been good sports and in granted charter.

peanut growing areas of these needed. One club afternoon at three-thirty o'clock/ their expressions of thanks to their
t Dade Oity, Fla.--Pasco county "ag just completed Fort Myers-Revised bids on
1 three states. Considerable time I and Mrs. Floyd Crosby of
will be represented at Farmers'Week a lovely quilt and has or- Mr. supporters have dealt kindly with propsed Federal building to be opened -
1- held at the University of during the afternoon session will ders for two more. Rising were visitors. here Sunday their opponents. That Is undoub- shortly.

) Florida in Gainesville August 8-12, be devoted to the answering of S -4GREENJVOOD afternoon. tedly the proper thing to do; but Tallahassee Contracts total-
questions pertaining to the pro Miss Ruth Fender returned to we often wonder if some of the
although they do not have a countyor Ing more than $300,000 worth of
duction and consumption of pea her home here Thursday afternoon defeated don't have their
home demonstration agent, according guys gingers highway work awarded during recent -
to Miss Estella K. Ault- nut-fed pork. Southern, people after spending several days with crossed when they compose day by state road commission.

; father. In a recent letter to the have only' lately begun to realize MUD Knimalm: Prlngle, Cor. relatives In Orlando. I those flowery little cards of thanks. Crestvlew- Improvements to be

University asking for Information the superiority of peanut-fed pork. Remember B. ''Y, P. U. at the If we should evr run for a public made to building housing local post No messy rubbing in .a. No long
The production of hogs is one of Baptist church every 'Sunday evening -: office ( note that From the hrst t
about the week, reservations for 15: Mrs. Hester Sapp Is visiting her please carefully, office. drawn out treatments.
the main agricultural enterprises at eight o'clock. Everybody' we use the word, IF) and came bt uty' IS
made. New
women were son, J. Q. Rosier at Evergreen. bridge for highway between instant you use it, a new
_ _ In the growing territory of I
welc9me. out 'IvorY
'of the
e Mr. C. A. Pringle and little son primary with the title Chattahoochee and River Junctionwill A soft... Alluring
Farmers and these states and brings In,millionsof I Mr. W. H. Hall, Oulda Hall and "also ran" yours.
'; farm women de- J. C. was transacting business in* our inclinations wouldrun be placed In construction at toned complexion thai l -f tets
nerve a vacation every summer. dollars annually. The purposes! Bryceville Friday. Elsie Belle Geiger were visitors something like this: an early date.-River Junction and Dignity. Begin" d',/.
They can get It cheaply and along of association are to foster and Misses Emmalyne Pringle and to Starke Saturday. Say, you big bunch of boneheads, Tribune.
with lot of further develop this peanut hog / Miss Beatrice Alford returned to do realize that
a information
/ helpful the you your Tampa Local lodge of Elks
Evelyn Moseley were guests
about modern farming and homemaking enterprise to its rightful place In of their cousin, Miss AlceneRosier.Sunday. -her home here Sunday after spend ping has defeated the only man on held upon house recently to cele- ORIENT4L

: at Farmers' Week to beheld a ,diversified agricultural program. ing several days with relatives In the ticket who was worthy of your brate completion of new gymnas-
At the University of Florida, -S- Among those shopping In Starke Jacksonville.Mrs. confidence and support? You ium suite on second floor-of club :. 4
Gainesville FAMILY BEING FED ON 2.1: J. S. Jones of Miami, Is' GOURAUD
..L August 8 1-2. wearers of a number six: hat on building.
Mr. and Mrs. C.'A. .
i CENTS PER DAY PER PERSON Saturday were spending several days with her ,!_, .. Whit..Fl.." ..J
Pringle and children, Mr. Willis an ivory dome, you doublecrossirg Wauchula New building to Rachel SB-d.i
Sowpeas and soybeans planted .. and Drew Starling, anti Waldo brother, Mr. D. J. Phillips and pussy-footln excuses for men, house local post office/ rapidly takIng S."d iOforTR Silt

during the latter half of July us- Gainesville, Fla.-Three peopleare Pringle. Family. v.-itinell were you thinkln"of when shape. F.T Hops ..N.I :
31 :
.. Dally reach the stage for haydur- thriving on 25 cents a day each I Mr. Walter WlttfeMt. was visItIng yju slipped that "X" after the _

\\: ing the fall dry period. for groceries in an experiment being Bill Rivers Saturday after name of my opponent? You are I ='

._ ... .. this week at the
... conducted
-- J-jst; another assortment of misfits
r -' Ilalnes City-Sycamore Dairy Florida Experiment Station. A Mr.. St. Clair and Earl Moseley SAf..TON and just don't belong. I know who Wake Up Your Liver Bile

Prtxlucts, Inc., granted charter. I University professor, his wife and and Kay Pringle attended the \I1". June Tyler, COIN some of you gum-shoe-artlsts are,
13 year daughter are being fed dunce'at Starke f and believe me, the first chanqa I
.... ,,. ... I for the week at a total cost for Saturday |get to do one in the neck
you you
Judge A. Z. Adklna of Starkewas I Ca'iomel
Mr. H, D. TY twas :visiting- Without
: .
; *
of 525.: They were
groceries .
will find little Joey on the job.Stick11
-ff. business visitor In this
I a section Double Run Ffl ay.
i weighed at the begInning' the I that In your corncob and I
Tuesday. Mr. Jacksonville attended
t Kelley of -
ATLASThe experiment and will he weighed a Mr. R. H. Futch I 1'1 in the Marr church at Saxton Friday smellvthe smoke.-Perry. Herald. And You'll Jump Out of Bed U thl! bile to not flowlnc ,....?,l w,-
bill has
week later. Their '
grocery .
I hospital at Starke suffering from evening. I I "_n" 011.. It liut decays In the ba"G.e

been averaging over $10 per week. an operation. His many friends I .Miss Viola 'Tyler was visiting:', LEE IKGESSUPPORT OF ;in the Morning Raring to Go bloats' op your touch. You ba'. '
Dr. O. D. Abbott, head of the .U'
Standard on hope he will soon be home again. Mrs. B. Waldon Wednesday. I 'TICKET thick,bad bate and you breath b foul
: I Home Economic Department and I ___I -_ I Mr. Ed Rlgdon in If you feel sour and sunk and the often brain oat In blanlihM. You b<* was
: Tire Guaranteed In charge of the experiment, used for two clays. Then the next two our section Wednesday visiting Avon Park, July 15.Calling world looks punk don't swallow a lot mod you fad down ud. oat.Your who''
similar menus to feed herself and of salts mineral water, oil, laxative
days will be devoted to the annual upon all the J. M. Lee county organizations yiUraUpotaontd.IttakMtboMCoodoldCARTER'StrrTLB.
Mrs. W R. Swanbom visiting
-. son last week for a cost of 25 cents meeting of the Florida State Bee-. was to reaffirm their faith candy\ or chewing gum and expect
YearFrigidaire each day, and stated that she felt keepers' Association. Mrs. H. D. Tyler Friday! after* In tire Democratic doctrine of pop- them to make yon suddenly sweet LIVER FILLS to f.t than two pound.*ol bill.

perfectly satisfied and gamed The short course will present I noon.Miss ular government and prepare for and buoyant and fun of sunshine. flowing. (ml*ud stake you sal" "up&lidP-

.............. slightly In w lgbt. talks and lectures about all phases Flonnle Fredlle'Viola'and of Lawtey, the November campaign in behalf For they can't do it. They only Tb y contain _CIarfW. tszntI. 5.nt"

Among the products that are be- of bee-keeping, giving special at- was visiting Miss Gene of the Democratic party Gilbert )nove the bowels and a mere movement nt_W..tneta',.inuln. wbn It....".11I

ing used during the week are but- tention to Instruction for begin- Tyler: Sunday. Freeman, campaign manager for J. doesn't get at the cause. The nuUaf the bile Sow"-' *
Mr. and Mrs. W M. Norman
ter, sugar} potatoes, onions, cantaloupe ners. A number of the major hon. M. Lee, nominated for comptroller, reason for:your down-and-out feeling But**',uk towUses pflta.Ask foe Curt"
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Is Bver. It should out two .......Cw
liver salmon Look for bS
prunes tea ey producing plants will be on exhibition Issued a statement here today your pour Little User Pnta. *
milk coltee.;" black eyed peas, along with samples of D. Tyler Saturday.Mr. urging every county or community pounds of liquid bile into your bowels Little Unr Pflto am the. nd Ubtl.. Beub.tsta. C&You'll '
Herman Garrott of Starke, jjI.C.U.
the three year guar- breakfast and side bacon, beef honey which the bees ,produced Mr... A. Sun- 'club within the Lee organization daily. .25at an Mm 0
was visiting W. Tyler
string beana, bananas, salad l dressing from them. Throughout the short to get Its house In order Immediately _. -
---- ---- -- -
day afternoon.Mrs. - --
: anted electric refrigerator tomatoes. cereal, eggs, fish, course special attention wiU be and tender its services to
VVllmot of Run
E. Double
breadvfloor, salt, carrots, cabbage, givento questions asked by the this section Sun-, the state democratic committee. never know how goodacigarcanbeuntilyou

:. spaghetti, peppers, beets, watermelon beekeepers.At passed through "Democracy of the nation stands

apples, rice, meal, grits, day night.
the annual association meet- and Lula I on the threshhold 'of a great future ,
Miss Melba Knight
lemons, pineapples and corn. Ing officers will be elected and other today," he said. "Florida's have smoked a
.. Wilkerson of Lawtey attended ,
k' For sale by -- i Important business will be trans- church at Saxton Sunday. I popular choice is our'' national

BEEKEEPERS: OFFERED acted. Widely known beekeepers __ ,- 0LITTLE standard bearer, while within the % \ \s8C
SPECIAL SHORT COURSE and specialists In beekeeping will state, a remarkable outpouring of .

DURING FARMERS': WEEK I be opened to the visitors. Room .1, the people has brought Into the NOW'
-y Smith's and meals will be the coat and SPRINGS _
Service only picture a ticket that should appealto
Gainesville, Fla.-----A special short I that Is only $1.10 per day. :Mod- Willie Mae the men and women who have % I '_ SAME SIZE/

course for beekeepers will be held ern camping facilities and a nursery Nt'wsomt"oJ'or.: long fought the battles In the shadows MORE HAVANA

: Station during Farmers' Week, August 8- i for children will be provided .. of Jefferson, Jackson and Wil t

12, at' the University of Florida free. Detailed Information can be Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Pearl! Carter, son. ve'sru'iyM1LD

here. According to R. E. Foster, obtaned from county or home) demonstration Mr. Owen Carter. Russell Carter, "I am appealing to every clubor

-j Starke F1aS apiary Inspector with the State agents or the Agricultural Jeannette Carter attended church organization within the Lee for I. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark N. J., Makers

Plant Board, the short course will Extension Service Gaines .at Saxton Thursday night. Comptroller circle: hold a get to- -

I L -. begin Tuesday, August 9, and last yule Mr. Clyde Morgan went to Jack- gether meeting Immediately; put; GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., Gainesville. Fla.

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YV tl + q1. brotherly love; In honour prefer BAPTIST Ocala Plans considered for ; 110'"'' th' ...Id' < rtlfliat lr>*util. was 1.4;
'-. In the name of l-lvlnRMton' Truby A t
ring one another; recompense to I proposed $10,000 American Legion !'anlpnln: 1
no man evil for evil. Provide Sunday school! at 10 a. m. A. J. Home. 1'nlfHH raid ertiriiati. shall bo redeemed -

things ,honest In the sight of all Thomas supt. Did you all enjoy j L ARE SAYING {'Imama City Chrlsto's 5. 10 % III ,iNHtie m theroon t ordlnir, on to the law 81 tux h day. dyed'v ntAuitiiKt. ;i;

men. Be not overcome of evil but the picnic ? 25 and $1.00 Store undergoing extensive : .t. H t.31.Imti'il l' i
evil I this "th day of ,lnlA I U. oh o,
overcome with good.Romans Worship at 11 a. m. and united I 1 Improvements. 1933.:! .

12: 10, 17 21. evening service in our church at 'T'lIK IXmiocrui are torlunntotu Stuart New floor Inutalledunder n. w'' AI.PiIi.MAN
lamp unto my feet, mi a light onto my path.-Ptalm 119:105.% : Menl flerlc of Cfreiilt'on'rt, 0Ihndfold
word is a July 17 8 p. m.Last. / haw u cuiiiJidul Ilk.illoosetrl r.ialn cell I of county Jull.! ( 1
County, riorhln.
All Giving and Getting: Give and it Sunday morning we all enjoyed I I bur whom such M com. --- -- ._- 7-K-st-d-a. J
JrfUI3. religious teaching, doctrine or iiuialiun. ol uulltlrul aviulnhllllv! and ., creed, it they are to have any claim shall be given unto you; gtiod' the program rendered by the Ktmtiltif.. quulliluatioii for the Uh-l M1II'l'Il'S'tDI" %i'I'I.U'1'1'leIYi11' : <;;;;--IM' in.ic\' W"i [ r''

love, loyalty the Christwhoi a words :into eve a in harmony with measure pressed down, and B. Y. P. U. under the leadershipof I .al l oiTin.' in UKItiinl, II nut in the :: lit hfioliy T\X. lll.l'llNoiiiH 11II": ".'''. Hint, >I. | '10'1'111.2'I I0 ti'i'i-\u: t
t(310( {..MI ni jKau9 iiv fold &nd crevice3hum shaken tbgether and running over !Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Dr. Wll- "'0. IU. run Ixi dtC'\I-\'I..cllt.\ Kollfv.\ holil.-r" of uur-riflIi of THYiVrtlflmtw 1 NOTION( I Is Telly given t".1 rUaaUlnll .
the n heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46. "NEVER MAN1PAhl shall men give Into your bosom. lian gave an Inspiring address, installed ', Mlrh. Nr-vvs. No ni tho' "Hi I' duy of I', and wife! Mjita' of t) ( THIS MAN." J July, A. n 19ftfl/I'n fllfil; milil. 'of lit WIIIlN I Avetine; Mini Jone. LIKE For with,, the same measure that the new officers and. addressed In my nrfUm'nnd mAo nppllCRtlnn > Situ l to lh". iniKnuwn hrflri. I I
Bradford and Union counties are Incited to use this tleamrn ye mete withal it shall be measured !- the Sunday:. school. He .lh'o..II. I III an ouUi'nmllng" lib- for tau: il..nt to IBHIHI th"n.- rtevlNenfl, ., Kinnteei or other l .tlillmanla o; ,
D dora of Oru4 Atltl ll.. TDUJUMItuN>> UP tO the .m In nocorilKnrn. w'IHi luw. Hold under J. X Morgan, ".',
t for new of and activities, oreanlzatlon* and announce- to you again.- Lulie. 6: 38. urged u.. to build separate large rciimmtp QuuhOratiAim\ Hut u oandiltiti oiTtlflcntn "rnl>rnr..B the follnwlnitdoiirrlhiMl and such. of them, and tn nil pernon, ..
( L. freely given no charge mixle-the only requlrenieut July 18 hall for our beginners and primary .should possess. : and aunvo'tlllH. property alt",t".1 In lIraro ,'- ImvlliKor clnlmlnK' any Interest. In d
trot" pac the fnllawlnit. dnaeilheil. I Iend
tide office before tnornlnff .1 I'onnlv, "Florlilit, to-wlt: hunt. Ivlnir
"thVit such Items reach Wednesday Fruitage of Secret Prayer-But departments which we will do ., h.. m n nuniiln burns wilh a' 1134. of :N\VH\ . t'herwllio they cnnnot be handled for current Unuc. j thou when thou prayest! enter into heap Mint boat for the uII""ri i T M. It. SO Mnxt.Thi : of |ii' rldn, tn-wlt :; .r
soon.B. II.-, .,' The > > iimnitt of nalil >ri ,thy closet and when thou hast Y. P. U. meets each Sunday 1\1'1' "' rent 1 Dowel interests aHKi i< |
leis rlgtnfwuy'of) Hie I A
the' Issued. wa* ,
I upon Egypt, devouring all the shut thy door pray to thy Father(evening at 7 o'clock. are emtaavririitK to iluftyU turn In tho' iiitm of lOmpIrt1.iiml. . they! are lgo'nAInR vast t mini* ofmoiiov 201) feet wi.... HI run* nnnm. ,std I th.Moutlieaiit ...
SCHOOL I vegetation left by the hail. which Is In secret; and thy Father -J' 5 pnnvfllll'H" .
SUNDAY -- to nrroniplmh. thi throimh'tiniimtriirtid MHlll LESSON. I 9. -Thick darkness that coudIe\! which seeth In secret; shall reward IMtKSBVTKKIANServices : 'l o l<'nal 1..11.'. Ph..l>oyiraii. ..imid nornrilliihT. to 111,w', tnx, <|.>iilwill i ,|.imi'li-l.' ill) lifhlK ,In Hei-tloll I'ilKhC ';

_! felt covered all Egypt for three thee openly. For your Father \Vlnc. .PrniM."It .. ni AliKIIHl.IHMIIO: Ihereoll A. II ,m.tin' IMIi, day, I I llnnite( II. Touimhlp Twenty (111)neven Hunt(7). radluthInw "Soulh' .,. ,1

days, so that now Egyptian ventured I knoweth what things ye have need Sunday July 17, an fol. hand Ills ilh day of .Inly. A. 11 ItH. a '*., .Io"n or lass.I'hnt I:: I
11 19:1Z: I of before In. unfortunate \t the socalled'power 19:13.: : I I I wm a' eh of you rue.
roit JULY I forth, "but all the children of :: ye ask him.- -Matt. 6: lows: Iru"t' should oiicotr 'nnNHIIO 41.I.nlr.rn"I.; I i j I herehv nollflvil Hint you liuvi. .Imi.ii.

Israel bad light In their dwellings." 6.8. 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. nil tt lit an effort to show tlllttfiooll'va' ((> Cli-rk uf I'lrciill o,,,urli Inr I mud' 'pun. ion IiKfendnnt' tn Ih.. '," "

Sub The Passover. 10. The culminating plague, the I July 111! Williams/ acting superintendent. I 18 the I'Mpmy of bIN' himl- 7-18-fit-R-t!nni.lfoiil!. fount y, "'I""hl"'J'" I'I fourt I'oinplHlnt:of Klorldn.: riled: Jnth:In .Imtirlnl Hi, \* t'lreult Oil,' (t.. .

Golden Text: "For even Christ death of all the first-born of the Guard Your Thoughts: Finally, 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon n.',,,, II.. will\ tint b. Inrllnril to -- cult I :In and for llrndforft t"ount "

t Ur rn. over Is sacrificed for us." land those of the Israelites alone I brethren, whatsoever things are by the pastor. dnntrov the many companion whir*!" \1)1 I'll.II---! '' ;. 'I', ii1;.'riotill: .Ifs lenllHuil'I ,, Ohnnreiv.the Vdrnl In thnt Tend.'I't'tnln: l n""k..t inn' ,: t ,+

COT i being saved. i true whatsoever things are honest 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. TopIc hnva d<*vi>lop>>ii Hit* Ki-ont Indimtry.' Xnll 115 In hiM'rhy r111,1:11 wlvi-n/ : Hint' 1., 1... l, (,'oliinfblii. n. ''ar'urnIbit.. '. riiilntlff. .. j
( Hid honoBl' nymniuhy' with the poo. : : ; : : t',.r"iiB KnrlmrulorKan, widow. atnl "r
12 21-28 f'Brtlffrnti'N.
whatsoever holder of
Exodus : ; things are just what- ilalni-y.\ Tun
or.. Text: I In the twelfth chapter of Exodusthe j "How Far do the Teachings of '
Le pie gives. amiiiranea. that h* will TA. tin7 Mi iluv of. July A.. P lifeiiilnta, wherein the I'lnli{ ,
Tuni\! nd Place of the Lesson: Lord gave orders as to the soever things are pure whatsoever Jesus Affect Our Conduct?" hand) "vary onofiry' to the nufftviiarillnit 111:in. him rilod. said .k'i'tICIcile In ,mv I lit ant-liK" t.i f.nvagn.i'" the Iti-n ,tthe ('

IB. c HIIO; Goshen, EI/","ypt. I Passover of which he said as part things are lovely whatso 8 p. m. Union services at the of thrlr Int"r"lIua.- ..iffli'. to and,Issue Hindi''h.'.uiiplU'Utliin....,... In .niM'ot Ti...ilnni'I.INdiu'd ; .i* and MoitHUMO oIt, Jlnil. lu'x given,; MofH.iu"\.1" : J u'Mti, n,< '

When the Lord' commissioned of today's lesson: 'I ever things are of good report; if Baptist church.A /Pavannnu.:, f'n-n with III w .....1.1..11". lrnU. > einliuiiiHtht ,. I tin. propxitv. lierelnlinfoi, .. tl<"it looses ', delivtBjtUeu; ;children of "Then Moses called for all the\ there be. apy virtue and if there cordial Invitation to all our follo\vltif.' d".crlhnl i I in' oil, i;tyKnuiiti'il Hilx ,H"Hi! o.Thernfoin :: .
I I : : i you' and enrh of o'
w-u < ,
"No man In the I InAt'S2 in liradfol-d ronnty,, Kloi II"
,rReJ Moses started to Egypt. elders of Israel and said unto be any praise think on these services extended to all. years tdn InI. -wit: h..rehy ru<.iulreil. to nppoar" to Ihs ,. ,

I ''Am the Lord said to Aaron, them, draw out and take you a 'things-Phllllppians 4,: 8. ---- ....'--- not nvoti IncJuo.llllN'II..on.' hna cup- ...'.'. I, !2, II, II I lured no eainplctely the tmnamatlon K.M N. T vi 7..H 11 in thstsId :' 'I..r'\'h; h,>ror the i'li-i-k: of Ihln
| \
;:0 mtt the. wildnerness to meet lamb according >to your families j July 20 Winter haven' Local golf I of the "" 10 Party a* baa Tho " niopi'My' cNnitt, tut. ilnr 'nf AuiriiKt: l

:Mngeg *nd he went,, and met him l and kill the passover. And ye shall I I The Omnlscent Guide: The byth.MWorh\ to be reconditioned.( Mn tlritrain It wheel only tin* case .i uN''Inl l I Ihi he* ...mr1lof'Plr1', I 'i,IHIIIHV*' '|....,".111! Klorliln'lii.1V .nt: lei's'| p.,I"....hoiine.n, Jioi'ino In KturUo Irionfan ., I
and kissed jof ordered .. "" '
n the mount of God take a bunch of hyssop and dip a good man are started -on clearing rightof up1 on unusual ri..rl If lea.. Hhnll l b e'l1IHNNre'le.oleI < e enlrieil airiiliiKt.iii" '

''nm. And Moses told Aaron all theLords {It In the blood that {la In the 1ason.an4 : Lord.-Psalm 37: 23. way for! rebuilding\ state rood place In tha heart of the ', iiorordliiff to Irtw, tax and .anrhanrlt,, of you, *fillrnlluie( lo'' .iiupear. -
people but It IH the Cause. and, that ilt>fHl will iHniti, I Htiironn. nn Ihn Iii h
had sent
Lord who 21 nnd "
July Vo. 8 between
Sebring AVon
>f the strike the lintel and the'twoside I cause Ino. defeat tho. party which' ilnv nf August!, A. H. IVitilI It IN nrilennl\ Hint HiU uotluc b.III.hU.h..1 *
lilin all the signs which head How to (Jet On: Ask and It shall Park. once M ,-ek for futir"eoniieeiiilve '
', and /: posts with the blood that Is In la to tilatna for the present nuunof I into I Ibis nth ilny of July. A l ln > wni'lm I In I Hi. Llvnill'urd. .
commanded -him. And Moses the bason.and; none of you shall 'be given unto you; seek and ye IVnuinu City .- Gulf Power Co. notional o.lTlIl.-l.lncolll. Neb. Inn.II. 0X At.riKHMXN, County TKleurnpii:" newHpnp.r, h..v-

.jKi Aaron went and gathered to- out at the door of his house 'Ishall find.- -Matthew 7: 7. moved to former location at cor- Star I ( t'nlr1: I In, Roneinl. 1..h..t..1\\lUll (In Iniirtf.'fil

go __ __ .___. '. ninilford 1 l"'loi.Idu718rtSia County Flotilla.Thin .
elders of the children u +- -- Harrison Avenue and First ounty '
ii-ethcr all the until the morning; For the Lord : ner .1 Coil iluy lit June. .. Jnft2.

.1I..ael i: And Aaaron spake aft the will pass through to smite the SKVKNTH' : IY AUVK.VTISTJtitmention : street. "RooBOvelt displays trim leaderhip. --.-- _. I W. AI.1>NnMAN. 1
Ha perform Ms duty roIgardlesa 1 (11 il'I'I.IC. (Soul) Clerk (Cli'riilt, Court.
Lords;; which the Lord had spoken Eirvntians: and he seeth the blood -- Miami--M. & J. Co., capitalizedat of 1Io0'1'ln'l' "_.. : tHf\ I'OH I. "rmlford, County, r'lorldm. _
junto Moses and did the signs In upon the lintel, and on the two side by Faith $5,000 granted charter to deal .. Journal eonsequence.1'Newto9 *. | I Notice I III hereby' '". 1)1':0'I1::given; Hint Itt 7-l-Bt-7-lO. .. i iM111't'I'IiI"OIt1'1I1.LIPtTIV "
I Die sight of the people." posts the Lord will pass over the (Continued) In real estate. .JtuvlK, holuVr, of Tin. (.VrlldouK" : Ir..
Ni 838 oth day of .Aumwt A. 1>
I God (By Aaron) said to Phar- door and will not suffer the destroyer j I 22. What blessed experience l-- --- I 1(111.( >> hud. film. mild. rerHfl.'alw, I Inmy ., In the Nit tile uf I IhI! Rtntv uf "'h..I Loh "Let my people go that they to come into your houses follows upon the acceptance of nfrii1' and innitt. application for II HppKiirlliw" l h" Hiriiluvli, filed BRITAIN lux deed tu IHHIKI Ilieronii, Iti aeror,1suce Ihn l ffiiiiln' i.n iino III the Clri'iilt' : i
I may bold a feast unto me. ; to smite you.' Christ as our righteousness? PLAGUES OF with h.",. Hnlil' eertlrl'ate rnthriM'OH ,foiifl. Twenty..Hlxth( .ltl,"...In I i'lr* ifi
[ Pharaoh refused and Increased The "Hyssop" was a smallstemmed "Therefore being justified by faith r the following ilH..erlhwrl t>'rntenv pull' I In and! for llrnilfni l '""n'y. ,
of the Hebrews by' God -ByAifcma;*+- ..unfed In (county Flnrldu. to- V'lurlilii,, In I'huiivrry fnlllluilV)II.| '
Jthe burdens but have with throughour
bunches we '
peace (
herb growing Jn wilt jl"I .
\ ni I' I'nrtvr. iiinplnlnnnt, ,, ver.ul. p; h
I commanding that they gather their the exact variety Is unknown. Lord Jesus Christ." Rom. 5: 1. FAMOUS ENGLISH CARTOONIST :Inn! half of IntH 1. H, 5 of ltlmk) l'IIn. '11 II. "Slrlo' ,., ..1..r..I"I, nod II I I )
I brick but 21, OrlRlnnl Tow of Hliirkfl. In Hno- 1 nllef pro ved for 'tieliiir, a illvoivi't .
to make the 23. What does Christ thus be- J
own straw The Passover was the first and
Hon Us,
TnwiiHhlp H, "Kotitli llaiiKO Hint Hie ilefelidnnt. 'III u l'i,..ld. I make the same number.: greatest religious feast of the He- come to the believer? "For He is 83 Kimt. '. Hliiiu' or I'uiiiily' ..l her. Ihiin, F'Iol'Idn,
and work Tlm iiNOHHiiien( nf MfHd propertynmtnr I I"." It, HIV ('11)' or l'ii'niHfi.ton. alulaif !
therefore ; for who hath made both one n
"Go now
brews. It was to be perpetual I our peace the NNliI "pertinent tamim. ) wn. Noith I'lii-nlliia. niiil'lH, over' tlmMTU
[for there shall no straw be givenyou the Lord said "And ye shall observe ,'|and hath broken down the middle i C vr In .tlm none of (I. C. Hwaat and I 81stvt of 'IWHIIIV-DII* yearn and that 1
shall deliver the tale for ordinance wall of partition. between us." Eph. *. there., U no permni In 1 tits 1 rnln' 1 of 8 ,
[ yet ye this thing an t'ulns..nld' csrtlrlcole. shall. Im u. |b'l..i' hlit ervle* ?f IHTnohlll|. |I,1'uaNs 1)1. 4l
I of bricks." to'tl\ee and to thy sons forever." I'|,2: 14. deemed uei.'ordlnH'. to .luw. tax' dned. upon: u .honi would' I iifti'Monnlly: : plod; i
In Exodus chapters 7 to 12 are The nature and purpose of the \ 24. On: what basis la there no will issue Hierenn on Hio let day. nn Id dW leiMlunl..
fir A. 10.13.llnlcil ,. ,.
AiiiruM' P.II,1 It I. ..I", .I. t Hint, I Hie il'-fi-tnlillil., '
I told l of the controversies between Passover Is described in verses 26 possibility of justification for theI l [till.. :! tiny i uf JIO"0.' """" II I'nrler. npiA'iil, In thn hill ofniihiltil ti t

Moses and Aaron acting for the and 27 of the lesson. I I I I sinner ? "Therefore by the deeds of d I'. JI/3/ !. '' nnhx/ lnt day of iVuifiwt,, k r l
(1 l. W At.1)I nMAN.
A li Hint olh"trwlHi., u ii>,>rij. ,proI'oni'eHHo ,
Lord and Pharaoh oposlng him. "And It shall come to pass, when the law there shall no flesh be rieih! of circuit Court, %i\111 IIH. t<.10..1. | HHitliiM" ht'r.
Demands were made for the freedom children shall say. unto you, I|I justified In His sight: for by the CR""II) Hrudfiird" t'a unty Plorldii.! fur tint1' fnllnre In "1'1"1'' .I l l+ r
T-t-Dt-7-29. It /In fill,'III.T 'rtl, ,"1d| it !
I of the Hebrews. this service? law is the knowledge of sin." Rom. .. .. .. .... thIN
what mean ye by S'Ly -- --- -- --- --- ii .
Moses first tried to convince That ye shall say It Is the sacrifice 320.: ( ;:Mirici! t1'1II'I'IIM1 Foe C'llir! .eonnei "..Pot weeltM In the JltuUford {'
Pharaoh by transforming the staff who I 1 25. How does the diatli of Christ c '1"\: II'II: C ou nty, n nonpMp -. An
of the Lord's Passover ..r of wenTIII 1 rlrriiluHiin' published

into a serpent and 1 back to a staff, passed over'the houses of the chil- bear testimony to this ? "I do not ; p. y (1 ? "fly ]It NI.lrIII'own,\!. holder'liorubv,. nf .Tnx lvn, 'tlint'.'..1 IflcHta I* A 1 In I llriiitroiil l ,', Count. l.1 v, F H'lorldn r

but Phuroah would not let the people dren of Israel In Egypt when he frustrate the grace of God: for {if Nil 411/, nth tiny of .lulv. A. 1'. lies seal IVIInus.'py nf mild, \uunit' 'Ihln lnnJ l II.he the J2nu ul'tl",1 day| 'y'' / ,

go. Then the ten-plagues were smote and Egyptians, and delivered i l righteousness come by the law r 5 IIIIN flt'e'' riled and >pnlcl nuil:I..f'Hiilliintlnn*'i;|tlflcntn|: ; :in for tuy' tux of". of Jun,. A. Ii. ID'IJ.n. : .

Kent follows: then Christ is dead in vain. Gal. W. A1.thIIMAN. Alt ,I, i,
upon Egypt, as our houses. And the people drnd to iHMUn thereon In iicoonli&ncnwith U Hen I) '( I""lt..t" III" p
t"t." ,
1. Turning the Nile, and all other bowed the head and worshipped"The : 2:21.: folttiwlim liiw Haiti, crrtlflrnln d"Nrrlbsf. Hinbrnoiiiithn I llrndfonl\ C iiiinlr 1 FIriUU I

water in Egypt Into blood. children of Israel kept the 20. What Is proved by an attemptto in llru'lfonl. courtly!pro'.rI0'Nltna,0d I'lnr- Z\I.'If"I"IIANCIN )11111"\1'1.II.' ) JIITr.r." '. 1-'

2. Bringing up from the Nile Passover and that nffeht' the first- be justified by the !Jaw "ChristIs Ida to-wlt: N'I I1.I ltori.. for Ciiiniilulnaiit.Clrpiill. ,
J.". inn II I ) V.lfirlt HMVtMiltfon,! (1T) i
great swarms of frogs which cov- born of all Eyptlan householdswere become of no effect unto you, In "'.....1 rity H Twi., 7, 8 e-24-it-7.29. : __ ___.__ \. ; ;
ered the land and entered the slain but the Hebrews were whosoever of you are justified by It. S" Feet '"''I'HI'I III- lltMIIIH'K: MtlllNolle

houses. not Injured., Then Pharaoh urgedthe the law; ye are fallen from grace." Tim I Ibo HMHHHNinotit Htthl' c.*.c.II'.II'fif' xiilcl,INMIUMI prnp.rlyundr wimIn I nnil In hrrnliv, ..: Klv. ",n Hint Ullllff.
3. the dust of the the nuniB of 111... II. W 111 In.... 'I IItiiluNH hy vllffie nf hilt rrrtnll.|| Clnnlileeren :I
Changing Israelites to take theIr) fami- Gal. 5:4.: II "I't.'I.. | .Kitr. .. lima and, .reitilered ,
earth into lice Infesting men and lies their flocks and their goods 27. Why did Israel fall to attain ,daeuu l ..1 in mil.(.urclltiK-I I cmilflnuta.' tot. litw shall) .Ins|| n*i1"1.e(*fl- on... June SSnl, A. II I"('MS: |I.v ,l T 1 ,
llonornliln ,
A. 7. '
AdhlnH Judge nf
beasts and leave Egypt. ;!i unto 'righteousness? "But will INMIUI Hit-rtiiii nn Iho lit day of thu 2ilth Jiidlolat I'lnMilt" of ''|1"I..p u 'i

4. Swarms of the flies filling the -------- --. .- Israel which followed after the AtlKllnt, A. Ji. HIM.II. W. At.riKHMAN: IAn 1 I III flint" I'l.rlllln, riltlH tvhrrebt. .' I II
entire the land of BIBLE TIIOrnilTS! hath not at. l f .loNoph! M. WIlNon, Rio | ru't..y
country except D ULY law of righteousness dork f> t'lrvnlt I I.t." llrnilfol'd '

Goshen where the Israelites 'were. tamed to the law of rIghteousness. ) (14" 89. ., Cumity, fr'lorUU. I Hon ,In nitipliiliiiiiit.llnnk, and, 1 M A iottoiii''K. Palnn f1 1 '

a. A murrain (an infectious 'and July 15 Wherefore ? Because they sought It q : .:, : ___.___ 'i.''''. limt ('ehntSns' Jiiinim. KnirllHh : -
Mitnluitrnu l'otntfiin, ., ,". n rutpn.rnIlon t'
fetal disease) sent upon the cat- Rules for Right Living--Let all not by faith but as It were by the 11)1'11'I'S I l 111"T\\\I'I'IU'' VI I0I'IMI I J. M Alviirun' linil N. II. \vnliiwrlurlit f ',, .
DI.IOIINoiTio : >: :
; ; : :: (
I lie of Egypt killing all the cattle bitterness, and wrath and anger, works of the law. For they stumb- tin gx.ruttjr.-'udvr i will of y .
I I ,. \\ Alvaren, deooniieil. ., urn defvnd.u :'
except those of the Hebrews. and clamour, and evil speaking be led at that stumbling-stone." Rom. lit hereby given, Hint. John I H. I I. I 11 I In., undelxlKheil, x00 Hpeitlnl' t'

6. Ashes throw? Into the air by : put away'from you with all malice 9: 31, 32. : J Af. Hcymorv, fir Tux VitlM- 11101..1..1', will Hell.. for "n"h. .in It.. N ; ,
illr No, ID, City of )Hliltltii Mil ililVuf and lient hlilder at the I Hunt
!Moses became bolls and blisters '. ; and be ye kind one to another 28. What {la revealed by the Aiiwuxt. A. 1 I 11I2I, him.. flloil! .iil",l lciTliriiiili .... of tho Kourt. house In Slack.', t ,
'I. /) |In my filTIrn. and, mad.U I.h., .. County, 1<" A
| upon men and beasts throughout tender-hearted forgiving on another law is the knowledge of gin. Rom *
dell lh,.. .
111" for Inn flet'tl to 4lMhua tint day ii iia
Egypt Including the magicians even as God for Christ' suitehath 320.: (Continued, Ilixroon I In ui 7. A terrible hall-storm smotethe forgiven you.-Epheslans 4 : inliritceH t thu r..lI..wl"ac for the piirpoMe 1
y U0Mcrlbe. l property iiltiiutil. In. <*ltyof flnnl decree, ( he i
land destroying all the crops 31, 32. Keep the laying flock in good "Htnrko(. llrMilford. county I'Morliln land, lying mid t ; .
nil breaking down all the trees July 18 condition this summer and, elimi- to-wlt: county, Klor1iln: I ,
Lefts. N. U, in nf Ideal SB, U. 1'. A< All that runt. t
Goshen Overcome the as soon
alone being exempt. How to Evil: Be nate poorer 'producers Cnmpnny' Aildltlun to tlla, hI. its follow! iI"",,,1. ,
8. A vast swarm. of locusts came ly affectionted one to another with, as possible. I. ..N Jlll)3 Tliw nm. .tfitHiii,,,nt "f said. properly InniM' nf N, II. '
t I Soul lot, on th. ;;= :
and on Ihn Hunt:. !. I ,
I 13L. yfM li1 ,! I and l>nliHilav' F
THE 1 AlAIN THING ON MAIN 5TH EET : F.T V" ,' HoutliKiiiit lands, Ice* Ire f..r, | ,} a 1f j
piutier hit
I talnliiK' ..* ",'r.* .
.lielni' In the N..rl |
.'- THE ATflAT'9 PIUMd R'l I COUL'DN'T 1'40-1 COULt1'' -, I I the N"'t h..t '. I '
"ily WHAT t CUT T'+ A't7( tW-601! all ) Twnty-onv .
U%% GY I : (ill, ,. ) '
A CARPfNTE2'S Ii UTHEDE'S 00: IT 'EITI.-IECZ- 0 1 Minim, ItiiiiK.' '
MO Also : : : :: '
a fruellou .
r2 .fr.2.E'S
--- CAH'T cur A JOB curnn' TlRu TNErOTN ,( DtA91EZ A.L T+ifL'Eaaa DIEuT'T t.ACk ,,( a and:: Twenly.iMiM: I1";
uEWSPAP 2 t>F." o' THEM Tr(16 TMEQ'Df'::' Month. Han -n :( :
Z ..CH HOLE "- denerfhed, aa "' ll.
00 THEB0AaM CLAPBOARDSTHAT'S O'TH:; TM .': LT @ AA78 J '' yr'Ifg point' ,In tI,,. r nt '
LABOR TROUBLES 1't. DUT A..I PE A Ti sSMITM'C be railroad 4IS feet
JOB THAT g A pout In center of ... '
AT HOTEL ; THAT ....LL r PLA T'Er.E RS near Tmnpla'a. : tr
Wet )
i 6 : KourlHFii d> : ) ,
rent, innnea North n

"r11+ iEEaDTlau} ;. levrea Went HIIU Norlh feet. ti>." .
I E"T COMES TO Lf 'er Trnet. II,."'. "' .
HAVING A VTTLE ootAtZOUMOTut> j aId 1 railroad tract r
I .))0e DoM6 I ( I I or nln.less rontnlnlnv, K.XCKI'T/ ; 1} N

MOTEL r J a ; -. '
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A: a (:II b:W H. + '
A6EQ IT hKESS- Hollcllor/ fur :
AQ'1r'O 7-1-&I'7-211.! '

EVEIZ': : y MeCHANIC IN ''It ,,,'r..a1': I'KHUYMAN'f. rt
Nolli' In hornhy. ,,
(:IWN.J and t>y virtu.. of ;
fnrucloiiur mad :; : : ; l ?
:-'+ t.- th. llonorablii A. f +
of th.,> flrrutt ,' t

... -.....- __.._____._ .. __M_..__.._ -...- Judk-lal for /Ilriulfor fln-ult' of' I I
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( dated. .Inn* 2Jnrt, :. : : r '
"y>... '.ruin' lately' '

I :DOROTHY DARNIT" : By ChaTte* MdVIanus I 'I'hll Plaintiff r*"...and..1 Ijind,, '

-____ ___ ..t ..I.! defendants, 'A t
u n who was. therein .. .
FUNNY I'T w g the iinmo, will on >
I FROM dD ; L.UC1( WORSE LOCK FOR HIM"" j j'IF day of 1539 ,
i.'i. I
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II'\PPENE'D To J CALLED 2; hour of ; :; : f
P'1P,", TM11 % HOME ANDHE HE h MCN-Y dour In Hti.rk.., I 1

t MORN. I,.,, r Ht' O TO COM6 n COME BACK! J 1? .y, HIM-I" 1 th lilah'K'* following I and best d { : ::

OAK: at., lying' mid. h..
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"...,nIY.; Klorldn. :
I All that rrrlnln I '

i in pan-vl* In of he lan:l,::: : ; !

I Htal of 1- T q
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F Arlri&t I ...t- RouthxiiHr Th* F I_ _

-< e of the Norlhui.t 1 ( '
Ho"t h..1 quarter. ..
"I I 'tLrt I of Northeast the M"quarter"I hw.., 1 r

twvlv. IX 1 fv
Mouth of rtunma" '
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or l less.
with the apmrt.. .. {
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O4'i.wr. satisfy Hi. nam. i iLAYTuN +
to:. K. l 1As
sperlal, M..... In Chancery. I
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t I sources of revenue provided did nol t need him he'll be hldln' out In ai -

j :: Bradford County Telegraph 1 i From Other Pens I The reach falling tht. amount off in by the 24,purchasingby 5 per cent r speak-easy NER AROUND THE COR-,I And the Worst is Yet to Come-

': Established 1877MEMBET the public of auto tags was!I .. .. ---..'.
Q ,m i n ii in ii ilium in greater than had been looked for. Garner is a great little catcher, .. 01-'" ,

This decline reduced the aid which I'I he elands back of the platter ando i '
: Florida sheriffs receive 65
day. for the board of prisoners, the state gave to the counties t 'I i gives Hoover the Raspberry every 4If ,. I

7 FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but the ex-service men camping i in $5,602,82558. The present financial time that gentleman goes to bat. i.L1 i., ,
plight of some of our county, And you just watch him when they I
: Washington were fed at a cost o f(
1932 0 six cents a day. Come to Florida, school systems 4a not due in the t try to steal SECOND, I'll bet he'll)!
1 main to the falling of state aid- have that ball down there !

; :a \.:., ,_ .r..Q'tU1CL'LGZi 2eO2l.ArCL! .... Avon boy, and Park break Times into *our jails far, more money was received by'I minutes ahead of the twenty/,]

--- the county school,, systems from 11 L.I vldin' of course, Roosevelt don't I r
the state than In It catch 'em off first
4 I'uLlishcd Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class cutting There down Is considerable on boards talk and about bureaus the counties had previous done anywherenear years. ''I l I' ).;. "Pi

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida) I A good place to start wouldbe as well gathering In their tax: Anyhow it'll be a great game,

to combine the board ,of county money and applying it to theirschoul I even If the GROUNDS are wet,

E. Matthews n..n .. ____.__ __n Owner and Publisher commls loner and school l boards, systems as the state hasFlorida's ''I' most politicians are accustomed
educational finances I to the mud but the
playln'n boys
done for
If it will bu
: J. C. Robinson _? .. __ _____ __ ______ Managing Editor but many w,years doubt to come, unless the I would be In a much healthier con usually get their uniforms ,co

', taxpayers rise up and demand it. dition.! -Tallahassee Dally Demo- blamed dirty it's a problem for

c, SUBSCRIPTION KATE I Wauchula Advocate. crat, I the UMPIRE to decide the play. j
{ i Six Months 75c Payable in Advance -0-- 0
$1.50 -
Yearly, ; I
z Red Tape I Well, here's hopln' the game
I I If you don't drink anything, have r
} rv 9 Advertising Hates on ApplicationDrug I I no wife to buy cosmetics, don't It Is not easy to give a clear and won't be called on account of i "

,own a radio or automobile, haven'ta !comprehensive explanation of DARKNESS

store blondes are not interested in sun tan. job never go to a show or base-'I "red tape" In connection with government N

1 ball game, never fish, have no / functions, but the following And ain't it fun to lick them a :

t. 0 bank account or income, the new example Is given by Merle nice little THREE CENT stamps
Florida weeklies do not look weak with their tax lists. tax law shouldn't worry you a bit. Thorpe t and stick 'em on our letters. It'' 7y

u Chlpley Banner. Not until a tax A high official of tie reclamation -i makes a fellow feel real patrioticto
Is: the.dead will he be I service was once asked why realize that he's doin'. his part
Martin was defeated\ for governor but he is still' a demo placed on :
to out deficit.
wipe the
liable. the service had not been more suc- .

h .: crat. --o-- cessful. "Ill tell'you.a story," be
,, () Merchants who have had their answered. The government had In the meantime, the Well-known

1 S Plant City Enterprise reported its seventh' birthday last flour 'sales curtailed by distribution $50,000 worth of equipment piled "Official, Business" franking privilege ,------4LU1U/// i1 i\\

of the free government flour up under tarpaulin on one of its goes merrily on, ,burdening I

HrM week. are now getting a taste of what projects, waiting for the trucks to the Post Office Department with 1----, iiri

I o printers have to face with the gov- distribute It. A spark! from a 'cook tons and tons of junk and costingthe 1

Cheer up! Our national financiers report another turning. ernment supplying printed envel- stove set it on fire. The cook-I taxpayers millions of dollars. .
'I opes below cost.:-Starke Tele- the only man on the job at the .
]point "not far away. graph. Yes, but there Is this difference tlmeworked manfully to put out And now It seems they want to

it J 4f, tr 0- : The flour is distributed to the fire. It was getting away change the name of St. .Petersburg -' iI ,

f r Congressman R. A, Green can still boast of never missing those who haven't money to buy From him, so he appealed to some to "Sunshine Cltv" or "Pearly I

flour, while the envelopes go to Mexican laborers who were waiting Gates" or somethln. Well, why '
1 h roll call since he took office in 1925. .H. ""'e.\\iln "toni
most able to a reason- to for hesitated
t 4 those pay apply Jobs. They I not? Russia got away with it i
1 r 0b -- able price for them.--Levy County until he offered them a dol- awhile back. '
Journal. ': lar apiece. Then they took buckets, Bartow New equipment inStuart St. Lucie Hospital
+ ;;, Hoover gives t this country the royal purple-postage stalled in Qaullty Food Market. painted.
-- -- brought water from a little stream i But on' the other hand a lot of
at cost of only one Panama City Shubuta Tie & I
stamp-- a copper. Crawfordville Telogla Power
and put out the fire. The cook I
would be blamin' it on
guys poor
Aw' SplmwhI Co., capitalized at $23.000: Co
0 feel melon caull dear, paid.the men, took their receipts Dave Sholtz' plans to Install plant at Med- ]
to be in rush to and affidavits and sent them on granted charter to engage In. timber -, art and run electric current to Sop-
KO national candidate seems a get Bishop Since you have been'away, I ,busIness
Panacea and this ,
Cannon foc'ampaign'manager or treasurer The thyme has'seemed so very to Washington in due timethatis And just think how humlliatln Leesburg Plggly-Wlggly store chpppy Kissimmee Knox! & place I
about six months the cook Modglinremodeled
long, re- it would be to the Old Gate Keeper I '
opening feed store here
nOne I .plno for you each day. ceived word from Washington that It begins to look like he was
way'' to escape paying the gasoline tax is to ride 'a ''No sugar beets your sweetness, his claim for $18'could not be allowed the only Saint in the whole outfit ---

Vie. "because the'advlces ran, that don't rate .. .
against at
'tr in. 'Thenthere's: no law hiking Don't turnip your nose I -
But take this eighteen-carrot ring "according to 'Regulation 3208, 4rr 1ter

0- And lettuce, 'married be. you should have advertised for But don't worry, his turn will

a Thegovernment.could have put a dollar a gallon tax on -The Pathfinder bids"-Pathfinder r.., come, just wait until some of these ..lh.I.pI

s liquor' as easily as it placed a cent tax''on gasoline. birds knock on the old gate and ,
J Strong for Dave Thin Greek Hud Several Words announce that they are So and So ',

It's hard these-days for I-a dry congressman "to decide the News governor's of the election race told returns of 28 i in,1 .Many things For change It but human. will from be"Sunshine GOOD. City". Boy that AeAy hOllI'lc1c th' re.j Jl"al'lIel'llll both

Whether he should prepare for a wet season, or else.If votes cast In Tallahassee for David nature never does. Clal Illd llcelJJ steps

{ + Sholtz.It Over two thousand years ago a Can't you hear the old Doorman o"'ll dell ellt.
I) I
fellow named Plato
+ 1 Is so refreshing to know thatso was sizing up chuckle and say "Oh Yeah, Well el'. a antiCa
; r ; the, wets are to be believed, they are only waiting a the political situation in Athens Jc-
know where
many citizens of the Capitol you you can go" the.lJJI't ,
a f ',9 i chance to oome from around the corner with Miss ProsperityAccording City joined in the revolt and fight and complaining that: .ee ,
"Whereas Id simple matters-like
_ 0 -- against the parasitic political ATIILETE BURNED IIF.JtE'ISITS : ,
shoe-making think that onlya
y : to the Gainesville Sun the X used so.freely in !racketeers of Florida. specially-trained! person will \ HOME: TOWN 1 1c 1i ,
The names of those 28 loyal citI- i
R'!' the last two',primaries marked the spot where somebody lies. zens of Tallahassee are known to serve our purpose, In politics we On leave of absence for a night e 1 ,
that one who knows
-0 the new governor, and we trust presume every only from St. Vincent's hospital at
how to get votes Mnows how to ad-
that he wlll'make them members Jacksonville, where he has been r
Avery Powell, the Times-Union and the city of Jacksonville minister 'a city 'ck state
of his clement circle of friends, confined for the past several 'r'
n, will be hosts to the Suwannee River Press tomorrow "When we are'ill we call for a
r' gang when he takes his seat In the office months, following an accident at
trained physician, whose degree Is
i1 at the end of the main hall.- Starke, when he was severely burned .
a guarantee of specific -
S Tampa preparation from coming in contact with a
I t, i ..
Life.,1) 'l\oDd technical
\ competencewe -
--- high tension line of the Florida
w' + One effect of the present times is that people have discovered Avery Powell plans to entertainthe do not ask for the handsomest Power and Light Company, with Rlgllt tlOW you car-owners are "sitting

h > they can survive on less than they have been ac- Suwannee Press group on July physician one. Well, or then the, when most the eloquent whole which firm be was employed as an pretty" You can buy more safe comfortable
customed to. 16th at Jacksonville. Some of electrical engineer, Sandy Chat-
state Is 111 should not look for
those piney woods editors will never we ham, popular local athlete spent trouble-free mileage for a dollar than in any previous
+ the service and of the
6.. in4 ot be satisfied at home after that wisest and the best guidance? Sunday night at his home here summer .- You don't Have to put up with
+ E'' A bus' line operates today between Cedar Keys and date.-J. C. Robinson In Bradford on 9th street.
"To devise a method of barring second-choice tires! for reasons of economy, because
: Gainesville, marking the abandonment of one of Florida's County Telegraph. Goshamlghty j Incompetence and knavery from He returned to Jacksonville Mon-
i { h Robbie, there you go poking fun ,day morning and expects to be discharged first-choice tires cost you no more! Goodyear
first railways, public office, and of selecting and
; at the piney woods editors just I from the hospital Mondayor
MP preparing the best to rule for the Tires-the kind we sell! re first-choice here,
o because you are on a metropolitan Tuesday, following which he will

One old cracker voter said it looked as if the voters and paper and raise strawberries In- common political good philoabphy.-that is"the problemof go to his home town of Cordele, to throughout the state throughout the nation by

+$ y' ; Sholtz intended to make some needed i improvements about stead put of blinds pine tree on .friend We are wife goingto so I That sounds as If it might have spend returning a month to hid recuperating duties here.before. He I I more than 2 to 11.! They outs ll all others not

r the capital city. that she will not shy at the streetcars been written today. It seems incredible will be joined there by his wife and because of any trick guarantees phony Induce-
? that those ideas were
,y and our linotype girl will ,. young son, now !to Atlanta, friends .
oIlighlands'County ments but simply because they
being taught oVer two thousand stated: or special deals
wear a board up her back to give
News declares that some editors write her greater ease In looking up at years ago, yet the shortsightednessof Friends, who saw Sandy duringhis give people the biggest money's worth, and people

5 to fill the column; the same as some preachers preach so they he: tall .buildings.-Perry News. to'advance our natures one'degree has not in allowed our meth-us brief vslt here state that he was know it! .. Don't be aued out of the benefits to<
the -0It -- looking extremely well and was :
can get collection.
ods of choosing men to serve in I be had from the Ie<-, tires end service.
S la very apparent that the able to walk about fairly well with I i1tnfi our
public office. I
__ 0 servant girl who suicided about the use of a cane. He stated, how ,

Insisting on every one of your traffic rights while driv- the Lindbergh baby case :was ,.further Indeed today than'Utopia"ever when seems ever, that the circulation In his

ing is a good way to get hurt., The other driver might be a driven to virtual Insanity by third voters believe away that a man shouldbe many feet, which were badly burned, was
degree tactics of the officials. They still poor but thai'he expected it I
bigger :fool than you are. ousted from office as soon as he
1' ,S just "suspected" her ,of possibly to improve as, time goes on.
learns to carry'out his duties efficiently -
0 knowing something and tortured He lost his left arm just below I
regardless of whether or
.Melbourne wants to enter the strawberry growing game. her--mentally-to the desperation not he has"proved himself worthy te: elbow but,otherwise is well on
that she demonstrated. In prin- the road to complete recovery
Get in-It only requires! about twelve months work of trust.
eyeiy'St ; ciple those,tactics are on par with Pllatka Dally News.
j ( It was a local. philosopher, not
5'j but the looks
St our prisoner-torture affair of Jack- *
i if
5'e Plato this.time who remarked the
However their JOHN AND
sonville. newspapers : B CREWS
other day that, "Lots of folks seem
will doubtless devote scare MISS MUKRIIEE WED
,, Palm Beach Post tells of a'custom in Africa where the to think that changing offices
heads to the Florida affair and rateus
3i1 husband( never sees the bride before adds' around la. going to make their
marriage, and that all as forked-tail devils -and I "
;crops sprout.'t John B. Crews, the wellknownLake
a over here many brides never see the husband much after mar- then write gushing praises of he"skll1' .. --. Butler rural mail Carrier and
'' of those who fathered the
riage. Miss Frances Murrhee of Graham,
orture,!,, of that helpless young were married on Tuesday night at
"F o How must feel now .Lat )
woman. they I Iil I Starke by Rev. W, B Daugherty.'
Florida that their "case" fell flat and they
Taxpayers} Association wants to limit terms, in Mr. Crews has recently had

otfice to two successive terms, "thus driving the politicians know they drove her to desperation GJ50 ',erected a new six-room bungalow
and death!--Tampa Advocate.Conll'r o
i ClassifI'on the property he acquired from
holding office for no other purpose than becoming tax u
E. W. Miller on Lake street near EACH
receivers. Forgot the lake, and ,they will make this
Some taxes congress forgot Secretary frond.. Prtw AUVCIJIIDVell in
their home.
o -
about: \ with Mr. Hoover and Mr. ,I Their many friends wish for Pairs
Howey has decided to make his own campaign for the A tax on spinach.A Curtis warmln up for the Re- I them nuich happiness.-Lake Butler

governorship independent of the Republican campaign com- tax on mosquitoes.A publicans and Mr. Roosevelt and 'Time*. Single $3.90

mittee. Howey must be afraid of being tax on crooning tenors.A Mr. Garner get tin' the old arm I *
judged( by the
com- tax on the guy who Is always limbered up for the Democrats, Auburndale.. Lewis L Tube $1.05
he Packing
pany asking "What d'ye know?
it looks like we'd have a REAL
Co. ,
at chartered
A capitalized $25,000. -
tax on politicians.
p--- ball In November. '
A tax on all Jokes., over ten i, to engage in warehousing. Lifetime' Guaranteed
says give the home merchant a square deal. A old. Okeechobee L.Dawson purchased

square deal should be given to the home merchant who is giving years A tax on the man who tries to used Hoover to have ain't, he the will speed probablytry he Ranch Hotel Brighton Mr.Valley Dude GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY

his town a square deal otherwise the quicker 'the town hank. a railway train off the crossing and fool 'em with hU REPEAL, Jacksonville from- Plee-King Ztng Food, Supertwist Cord Tires

rids itself of the parasite the better off it will be. curve, it's: a slow,ball that looks I Store opened for business. .
A tax on automobile horns
like it was gonna go over the Winter Garden This city has 4.50-20. 4.50-21. 4.75.19

-0 train whistles and saxophones.A plate and then .shoots off at a shipped more than 3 OO fruits
+::1 Subscriber' mailed back his of recent issue of tax on every guy who says cars $41 $45 $500"
copy a the the depression is good for us. tange: j I I and vegetables to all parts of U. .... j' .. .*.

Telegraph in which four of the pages were blank due to carelessness A tax on every person who.pre- r S t>'S. during past season accordingto Stall 44.3X Singi.94.39 Single.So..

s'' of pressman, and scribbled on the blank pages were dicts that good times are juat STRAIGHT But Roosevelt ball Is wtlh countln'plenty on his of I Winter local railroad Haven companies. Tub 91..,. Tube ...., Tub .!...

a ''i' these words: "These pages must carry the Republican platform around A tax the on corner all prohibition steam behind It, the poor Republicans -! Products Inc., to-Sycamore open creamery Dairy 5.08-19- 00-20 525-13
will either have to SWINGat
0 ments.-Delray Beach' News. it'or have plenty of STRIKES Lake Wales A. A. 'Pickett $S Bach $ x. $ 9 EachinPr

,7 +' -- called pn 'em. Store being remodeled. la..... In Pr.. ..
+ Crestview Messenger says the drys are already School conditions in Florida have I .
i yelling t' Jacksonrlll Terminal Restaurant Slnftl *f IS Single.So.. Single.k1
Roosevelt and Rum. The only Improvement Democrats could I not improved with regard to finances old man PROSPERITY that 1029 West Bay street, Tub .!.&$ Tub ...3. Tube ....7
r' add to the liquor business built up during the last l fours i years in consideration as as of was,,the anticipated liberal appropriation for the a Republicans PINCH HIT always seems to count be sufferln' on- rated.completely remodeled and redeco-

under a dry (,7)) Republican would be to substitute pipe lines by the 1931 legislature.The with a Charley Horse and Chlpley-C. L. Jinks purchased:

for human liquor runners. appropriation of $1, OOOOO on top of that he''s lost his bat Un' plant of Chlpley Packing Co., and Register Motor Co. Louie's Service Station
a generous gesture but the eye and Just about the time they will open business there. PHONE 103 PHONE Pri

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