Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01037
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01037
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Wished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six ,!Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Owner and lublisher8TARKE. '
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NTH THREAT1AILED Postal Receipts Of 'Were You Hot? al i I Legislator's Plan Bumps To GoFrom Green ApprovesOf E. M. Thomas Dies; II ., '

HERE For First 6 Month, On Friday'Well Here's of-last week'Why the I I To Cut Counties !I One of the-project Road included 13- Referendum; Found I In Garage

JURY HEAE Business Men Toll was mercury the only In thermometers thing In the I I In the letting of contracts
TO community that felt Ilk doIng Given Approval at a recent meeting of the Wires' Pressmer At His Home Here !; ,

any work. According to 1 state road department in -
To "Post Office Will Be Observe the U. S. Tallahassee provides for the
Receive Warning + : Day" ( Forestry office
,amen Would Abolish Justice Peace Willing to "Lt People Exp.- Acute Indigmtlon Cnur*** Death
Stop Prison CampInveeugallona Here On July 28 here It kept climbing and of re-surfacing of state road No. Tht'lr11I" !lays! Telegram of Prominent Buyer
Collector and School
climbing until it reached 102 13, between Waldo and
Friday Night
Postmistress H. H. Young, degrees, almost a record for Boards Gainesville. Work on this Florida's Democratic -
I threat note signed "yo Young, speaking at the Business Starke. Only once before project will be under way eongres
A death C. L. of Leon alonul slate became solid for referendum B. M. Thomas, fcr many year
now who" and postmarked Men's Club luncheon Monday, has It been higher than that: Waller one coun- very soon. It calls for the Saturday when Congresi one of Starke'a biggest buyers of '
received lastureday stressed the need< of keeping after a ten week's dry spell ty's two Democratic nominee for use of 56,223 gallons\ of oil
starke. Fla. was postal the Florida' of man R. A Green of the necon fruits and vegetables, was found
by Al F. Gorman, fore- receipts up If Starke Is to re back in 1927 It soared to bouse represents thai asphalt, to be furnished by Florida district wired the Suwan. dead In his garage Friday night.
tives declared
main a second class post office! 104, and that is the record her recently the Atlantic Refining Com
|an of the Duval county grandJryr he favors reduction the state',! nee River Press Association In The body seated in his automobile
Florida lime rock will
The sales barely reached the $800'' height since the Forestry office pany. convention at Jacksonville, that h' was discovered about 9:10: by mem- ,
67 to add struck -
counties 30
a re I
be used for the new surfacing
letter warning the Jurymani requirement last year, she said and. has been recording tem- IJtatewldo'chord.. would vote for a referendum on' bars of the family who had be- ,
The Investigations con- for the first six months of 193: peratures here. In '28 and sponslve material because of Its nonskid prohibition. come worried at his absence from +
I i discontinue road condi have fallen short $403.78.The 29 the mercury did not venture Letters'approving' Mr. Waller'lJstand and edurlng qualttes. W home and were hunting some clue i'' f
camp Green scheduled
icrnlng prison are reaching him at his local M. Thomas of Ocala was low <
96 In
the service establlahed degrees; as to his whereabouts. r
was written In pencil; postal was to speak at a Press Association
,IOM, office dally. For the most part) bidder on furnishing two
30 It reached 97 and in 31
naracters were printed.The July 26, 1770 by the Continental It became a little troublesomewhen the correspondents stand pat behind thousand cubic yards of cover banquet being held at Jackson Mr. Thomas had planned< a fishing '
of'the letter were congress at Philadelphia, the Waller which material. vllle Beach, and the announcement trip with friends earlier in the
ot made public, but it was learned Mrs. Young said, but until this yea It arrived at the 101 calls for consolidation of many of of his willingness to vote for a afternoon and his absence gave no ,. j

[;hat the Jury foreman was warnedhat there has ben no celebration of the mark'r r the counties and abolition of four referendum was made In a tale. cause for worry until late in thevening
U he did not stop his invest! anniversary.In county divisions of government.Mr. gram expressing regret that hi when other members of the '

;noon, he would "go out, but noty Washington, D. C. the BI Waller addressed a meetingof Robert Henry Futch could not attend the convention. I! proposed party said that they bad d I
Centennial Commission baa plan Such a vote, he wired, would bin lot seen him.
tie chain. BOYS AT CAMP
the Leon County Taxpayers Dies at Home in Lawei
to ned the of the oornerstom Doctors who examined the
Up until our time of going laying League last Thursday and said In- keeping with the Democratic body
irfM no efforts had been made to of the new post office departmen LEAD BUSY LIFE estimable economies In county party's national platform declare said that he had apparently been
race the letter according to the building, and a special celebration government would bj; the result if The entire community of Law lion at Chicago. "I am perfectly! dead since about 0:30: in the afternoon a'' I''
sal post office department and In the seventy-five cities which had, Sunday was no day of rest for the counties were cut In. half. tey was saddened when It became willing for the people of my stall and cause for death was i' dt(
heritt W. J. Epperson."Mr. post offices when Washington wai, Headquarters Company 124th In Urges AbollHhmentHe known that Mr. K. II. Futch had to express their will," he said. given as acute Indigestion. h y,
Gorman's Jury recently in inaugurated president. If possible fantry, according to word received Advocated the abolishmentof died following an operation for It was the congressman's first IAH A Busy Life 1c ,
uteri' George W. Courson, prison one of the old stage coaches wil here from Camp Clifford J. Fos Justices of the pfaco and con- appendicitis. He was at the Man declaration In favor of a referen Edgar March Thomas was bornon
pUin, and S. M. HigglnbothamrlnoQ ,. be t brought back Into mailcarrying ter. The car that carried the men stables, supervisors of registration, Hospital at the time of his death I I dum. lie has been regarded< aa a March 18, 1870 at Kllavllle, Flit.I tl h S SHe
camp guard, for first degree service over a post road of: and their supplies was picked up tax collectors and county school where every possible effort war militant dry and, previously hall I moved to Starke about ten '4';
that while a 20th century mai at 6:19 in the and made to save his life. I attended Mr.. )
urder In connection with the day, here : morning, boards. : opposed referendum proposal in month later and
each, on June 3, in the Sunbeam plane covers the same route, thai arrived at camp before 9:30.: The One of the letters which Mr. Mr. Futch was born, April 7, congress. S. F. Hamrlck's private school before j
rl9011 camp of Arthur "Jersey" will visualize the transportation remainder of the day was spent in Waller has received was from J. J. 1881 and died July 13, 1932 IK The following Is the full text of there waa a public school here. n '
itmllefert! youthful convict whose changes of 157 years. making camp, and If you were ever Logan, executive secretary of the was united In marriage on Decem Mr. Green's telegram: !When a public school was founded i' E( fir ;
ody, with the feet in stocks, was Sales Must Reach $8000 In the army you know that Is a Better Government association of ber 30, 1900 to Miss Minnie Griffith Ills Most Trying Hewtlon he studied there '; ('
JUDd hanging in a sweat box. Last According to Mrs. Young, "Loc good day's work. When finished Duval county, who declared: who survives him. To their "It ta a keen disappointment to years of age, and the ;
eek after an extended hearing ally we do not anticipate any dab- most of the men were too tired "It seems pretty well established union were born twelve children, me not to be able to meet with you gust 22, 1898, was
Ircult Judge George Couper Gibbs orate exhibit of transporting the even to go into town and see If any that units of 50,000 populationas mil of whom survive him: Mrs. A. today and in part repeat our picas- U. Klckllter of ; t' t
mails such horseback had been added to the B. Rosier Mrs. N. L. Starling Mrs. text two he t
ted the accused men ball on a runner new globes a minimum are as small as will an associations of one year ago years
eUtlon for a writ of habeas corner stage coach dog sled steamer. bright lights of Jacksonville. justify county government. If we W. H. Pringle, Mrs. Leslie Me- today. I had hoped to be with you OUH public schools. d +!
He set the bond at $5,000 train, auto or airship, but we hope Regular camp training schedule work on that principle In Florida Clellan. Guy, Everett, Elnora Ola,, but the congress la still In session and then became + 9.
under that to call attention to the day in some and that ia Lois, Earl Pauline and Margaret. William Welnert,
ich and they are free was followed Monday we would have about 20 counties and I feel it my duty to remain
ecurity. small way and would appreciate I when the fun began. Reveille at Instead of 67. We are having some One of the outstanding characteristics I here In the Interest of our puoplo. I chant, of S S
Mr. Gorman said that he receivedhe having our merchants Join us in a 6:00 a. m., with physical exercise Figures prepared asto, the esti- : of hU life was his devotionto : have not missed a roll call sine years' Later he "
letter when he returned Thurs display of flags. We shall also be I from 6:00: to 6:20: followed by police mated saving and while we have his family. No work was too ''I have been your representative with A. Cancelmo )
iiy afternoon from Raiford where very happy to assist Mr. Wyman of company arear and Inspec-, lot these figures compiled as yet, difficult for him to undertake If It and feel that my response to roll.. merchant, also of t
lie viewed the prison farm, talked and his bl-centennial committee in I I Jon of personnel and adjustment ; it looks like the saving would go along provided comfort for those whom and to the needs of our district this with whom h* es
tD a number prisoners there relative any program or demonstration, of equipment, the pitching of shel- i ways toward solving the tax IB loved. week are more Imperative than ty years, buying
to prison road camp conditions they may arrange. I ter tents and display of equipment. problem In Florida." The funeral services were con- ever before. This session has been nblas In several \ I (+
hud conferred! with L, F. Chapman, "In 1789, after 14 years of service and Infantry packs. I Lewis W. Zlinm representative lucted at his home Thursday afternoon : the moat eventful and trying of our year he 4
vpprlntendent of the farm. .. the- total receipts of the U. Believe it or not, that all took j from St. Johns county, has advocated by Rev L. A. Donnelly, all that I have attended. We have to farming and '
Characterizing the "sweat box"death 3. Postal Service were less than place in the morning. The after- : decreasing the counties. his astor of Evergreen Baptist church labored Incessantly trying to devise In Bradford county. ,
ai representing "a rare ex- $25000. Today your Starke post noon was given over to the con- etter in part; of which Mr. Futch was a mem- methods of benefits and re- Mr. Thomas was
(leptlon In the prison Ufe of Flor- office is required to show 1-3 of ducting of various schools, to say "In the campaign Just ended, I ier. Interment took place In the lid for the American people. Time 'a member of the ;'
da." Gov. Doyle E. Carlton last hat amount each year in order to nothing of regimental parade. argued that we had too many 3yal cemetery under the direction only will reveal to what success. church: having
week l Issued a statement in Talla- remain a second class office That Is only a sample day. The bonds, bureaus, commissions and >d DeWItt C. Jones Company.In theRe labors have been. of sixteen years.
unee cjncernlng the Malllefert "The postofflcea, as you may schedule for the remainder of the ibove all, too many counties. This the death of Mr. Futch Bradford "I hope, however, that at least iy his wife and four :
:ue know, are classed according to the : week was Just as heavy. The boys accomplished cut down the representatives county has lost one of Its some temporary benefits may en- daughters, Mrs. J. B.
The statement, according to an yearly sale of stamps and stamped are certainly working for their and senators to two and most substantial citizens, this community ue. economy la the crying need of (Inch Mrs. A. J.
Moclated Press dispatch, is as caper. The Starke office la at Saturday afternoon and Sunday one, respectively, from each coun- an honored member and he: hour. The cost of government 3tarke; two son*. '
[allows: present in second class, and to remain morning holiday. ty. me whom it was a delight to calla local state national Is fourteen bil- Victor C. both of
The UalUef ert case represents a In that class we must keep "But what a fight you'll have friend. Deepest sympathy Is extended lion per year while) the total Income grandchildren; also
bre exception in the prison life ofFlorida jp the sales to $8,000 annually jn your hands! The 'ins1 will be : by all to Mrs. Futch and of the American people In Mrs. L. W KICkllter!
On the whole our prlsaers his means a dally average, for every flicks' Execution: Stayed; m the ground early,and late, to the children. now only forty-five billion annually 3. W, Thomas both
and well working day of about $25, Selfish Interest this la Most of this .
are well cared for saVe their bacon. -- tragic. Funeral dervtecs u
rated. This Is evidenced by the vhich la a considerable sum when Will Not Die FridayArthur ever puts up a great fight. That's Taxes May Be Paid cost Is for county and state gov The funeral was
act that we have never had arisen foil consider that the majority of vhy we are ever downed In trying I ernment. This session w* have 3aptlst church! 4
riot nor a camp disturb- ales are 1, 2, and 3c stamps. You C. Hicks, Lake Alto to: reduce taxation over the routed On Instalments reduced federal appropriations by In charge of
Dte of any grave consequence. vlll readily see how necessary it Is farmer convicted of slaying his > reducing expenditures." about twenty per cent but cost of pany of Jack \
Prisoners Put on Honor hat every piece of mall sent from wife and sentenced to die will not "Few Counties" At a regular meeting of the government must be reduced by vices were pin
'"Prisoners, as rapidly aa their Starke bear stamps purchased be executed today (Friday), the J. B. Brewer t>l Fort Pierce be- city:: council, held July 10th, the fifty percent. Local state and< natIonal 3eorge P. !
odluct will warrant I It,_ are placed rom our office if you desire to data set for his electrocution.A eves that "now I* the time for tax collector was Instructed to offlcala must divest them iy Rev W F. rl
a. their honor and on the whole have this office classed second to preclpae for a writ_of error everyone to get together abolish postpone tax: : sale of 1931 city selves of all selfishness and reduce ook: place S
*1H be found to be aa contended assay the largest cities In our state. This appealing the Hicks ,case to the every unnecessary officer and r- axes to the First Monday in Oc- government cost and thus reduce Iy lot In Crosby i
be expected of prisoners of, course, merely appeals to community Florida supreme court was filed in divide the state into as few coun- ober.: The list will be completed axe.. jallbearers were: II.
"We have nearly 8000 prisoners pride. There is, however, avery the circuit clerk's office- In Gaines- lea as possible" for' the local paper on August 15thmd Voted to Reduce Salaries J.r M. Brownie, J. L i
sal> one case like Maillefert's has serious monetary difference In ville by S.' L. Scruggs and E. P. W. L. Stanley of 'Atlanta, chief all taxes not paid will be in.luded. "Uureaus and commissions JamellllomlJby, s
taught more publicity than 2999 the pay roll of second and third Martin Plant City attorney. public relations officer of the Seaboard -, must be further eliminated; Centralization Gorman; honorary I(

others. We do not condone in any lass offices also number of clerks Governor Doyle E. Carlton was Air Line railway, approved Parties wishing to avoid the advertising I must be supplanted by were W, J. Epperson, ;
on the treatment accorded allowed, and our city needs every notified of the action and Issued an ttr. Waller's stand as to counties expense will make payment lecentrallzatlon. I voted to re-, nan, W. B Parks
lIeCert and the state Is prose dollar that can be honestly brought order staying the execution. Governor In a letter, and continued: before that time. I duce my own salary by twenty wright, Sr.? L. C.
ting the case in the most vlg- nto It. So if you represent a company Carlton signed the death "Will you pardon me for makIng The council also decided to accept five: per cent and will readily vote lltch. street.'f
row fashion to the end that Jus- that furnishes you with warrant for Hicks Monday after another suggestion for yourlonslderatlon : taxes on installments where to cut it fifty. Less taxes and Among those from
>ce may be done. tamps, please see to It that they the Lake Alto farmer had been In and that Is the possibility property owners wish to take advantage imaller expenditures are Impera attending the ( l
"Even this case, however Is not permit you to purchase the stamps Jail for 20 months. of getting rid of the tax of same, however, any one tive. Democratic victory l la very J. A. Cunningham, ; ( '
"tally one elded. Malllefert was a here, otherwise your post office is The attorneys have 90 days In issessors of cities and towns b, wishing that plan must file an application apparent and frankly I believe that, Jrs. T. E. Strange, ; f ,
man. He was determined tot equired to do service without com- which to make a record for the Imposing the duty of making the on or before August 10th In such victory! rests the hope of Art.. J. E. Conaway. t iuKir.
the law. He attempted to'va't ensatlon, and you can understand 'writ of error before presenting ito issessment In these municipalities before the advertisement Is delivered constructive; legislation which may J. II. Mills\ and
mlclde on two occasions hat stamps purchased In Jackson- : the supreme court. Meanwhile upon the county assessor Here to the paper. All appllca! !give permanent relief to the arts: J. F. KlckBter ,
'''ire. camp officials had exhaust- rill* or Tallahassee, or any other Hicks will be moved from the death here Is an unnecessary: duplica- lone for Installment payments willie \ American people.) Wealth exists buts onvllle\ L. C. yd
their resources to prevail upon arge city where they do not need cell to regulation cell at Ralford lon of work." Investigated by the city coun- not being utilized. Food and ran, of Stuart; Mr.
willefert to fall In line with the he small sales to keep them In to: await action of the supreme J. O. Sharp of Tampa wrote to cil. >other necessities of life are In i. Alvarez, Mr. and I
"wa rules as had the other prls- first class,. is not credited to our court. indorse Mr. Waller's views and C. A. Futch, abundance but millions of the Lang of Jacksonville. i ;% '
sera The same officials had gone office even though they are put on Hicks killed his wife on July 18 I leclared he Intended to organize a City Tax Collector. American people are unable to obtain .
"tar m to have the visiting chap- nail diapathed from Starke. I93O and has made a desperate effort -' taxpayers league In Hlllsborough same. The luxuries and ne- CAlm OF TIIANKH "i'
e ef
1U> EX JEWELRY STOKE OI'ENS esaltles of life must again be FROM \ !
counsel with him in an effort Barely Went Over Top to escape the death penalty. ounty. ( :: ?
1 *cure a proper outlook on his "Last year we barely went over Robert A. Mills of St. AugusIne given to the American people -
I'\aon\ todo of the numberf Mr. S. O. Lewis l announces that employment and future I wish to
life and on the law in gen- the top, but we were very happy said reduction e through express
1Il. that well. For the first half of GREEN'S OFFICE STAYS OPEN > counties and abolishment of varIous he i has rented space In Olin W. egislatlon in keeping with the hanks and

Cane. Is First of Kind this year we were short $407.78. county offices "Is our only Vhlte's new store on Call street fundamental principles upon which many friends for
The particular punishment ad- lowever, sine the Increase of poa- Congressman R. A. Green announces way out. We are stranded badly nd will be ready Saturday to serve our government Is founded. For and sympathy during
"Mtered in his case was the first age on the 6th of July we have that his Washington office -Tallahassee Dally Democrat. ustomers, old and new. Mr. : the realization of these things I ne.. and recent! g
f' ifs kind in our prison life and eason to feel encouraged as the will remain open as usual durIng ewls has carried on his businesst I feel that the American people and, William
unknown except to the camp flrlJt 15 days of this month shown the recess of congress. It has NEW USE FOB OLD CRANKS his home for several months, I should and will look to the returnf raa born In
cialaj Is thoroughly condemendby Increase of $11.83 over the same been open every day except Sun- but found that It will be necessary the Democratic party to power. owa August D, j
the higher prison authorl- period of last year. lay since he has. represented our Roosevelt Than and Albert Miller to 'open a store to take care ofhis The constitution of the United from this life at ; a

ta.l.nd Is being punished by the "In behalf of your post office, llstrtct. All communications ad- : two colored disciple of Bac- trade. Hates was established by Amerl- itarke, Florida, July
> let me urge that you write and mall teased to Washington will receive hus., have discovered a new user ''can: voters' through their elected was laid to rest In

we propose to see that the many letters on Tuesday, July 26, prompt attention. any old cranks you may have NEW GARAGE FOR STERN ionventlons. It has from time to emetcry. i(
are fairly treated and one week from tomorrow, and thus left over from the days of your last time( been amended through the H* was a faithful i
the NEGRO MAN MADE TARGET model T. Work begins soon on a new fillIng Mends Church In y
same time that prison dls"Untamed. 1- boost Starke, also test the capacity } r
': lIe Is A one sided nd wonderful mechanism of our They are fine for settling disputes station and garage to be built (Continued on page 4.) California, and ,
ubuclty given to this exceptional canceling machine, which will record Armed with a trusty twenty-two at least Miller thought so for W. A. Stern on the lot opposite ershlp there until a p='
U rest at Tlson late bl" present building on South Walnut TWO STOKES MOVE fie always attended 'I
unfortunate and to not a the number of letters mailed. Ifle, Nellie Doollng, a colored when he threw one
ur succeeded However, some street. Some of the materials DURING THIS WEEK osslbl' at the
Picture by any means of the "Before closing, I want to 1m- lent of Lincoln City Saturday night.
rlda prison. minds that a speial Tuesday afternoon in inflicting !, revision should be made against were placed on the lot this week, hurch kl. Starke,
;: visit estops regularly Inspectors one tamp: placed on a package entitles lee colored. She placed possession of the crank If iyou | as Quigley A Davis, the contrac- vlll be unable to find them in their he i taught when he

J a Physician who visits all of It to receive first class! service, et In his hand and one In his GreeO'I' should happen to miss the )ra. are through with the Hampton old locations next week. The has fIO. Dr. G. P. '
caotpi and another phyalclon hick means that it Is dispatched i Nellie, who tells her first time. school house. Stark Hardware Company the funeral services.Pallbearers .
*nett i to cau for each particular on the first train out. Also that i the county Jail says that That .Is what happened Saturday The new building will be> contracted I moved to the) building that was were:
OB Rules matter on incom- :came: to the back door and was night. Roosevelt picked upthe of tile and will have a formerly occupied by the Steam Irownle, A. J.
are Issued for the delivery
''IIId1i anr; of the prlllOners> and OUl'tee Ing'IJpedal mall is handled first In any annoying her while her husband I crank and gave chase to MUler rick front. Mr. Stern intends to)I I Pressing Company. However- Thomas, O. A.
"- ? Is vigilant In its ell'orta office. If are in a hurry send was away., However witnesses finally catching him and In make extensive use of plate glass old stand will not be vacant, but rends and Alex C
? WIse you Air MaiL I who saw the shooting aay that Jctlng, several bad cuts.Dad In order that his displays may be vlll be occupied by Olin W. White, : :Mrs. Olivia
administration letters by )
of the your lade attractive to tourists as wells who when b* for business i c
the house when i : I opens I
Apartment. letters green was passing 4
to bring your
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to visit all afternoon and permit I the woman opened fire apparently City-B. E. Payne took horn customers. He expects tobe next week will a Lake -
spe our prison .In Tuesday for no better reason than to over new garage at corner Seventh i ready to move In about the first I : Plee-Zlng Chain-the second 17.OOO addition to +

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ii, I Telegraph Bb Special Writers Live Community Happenings Hems Us by Must Wed. Noon Reach-.: I

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I Mrs. E. L. Wilkerson at Pressing, Loadholto near Lawtey Saturn*.

t HIGHLAND GREENWOOD LITTLE SPRINGSWillie I SANDY LANELorena BROOKER Farms.Mr. Kyle Wilkerson, Mr. Drew night.Misses Melba Knight Miss Elalt'

MI.. E..I .. Prl..J., Can Mae Newsomo, Cor. Green. Cor. I Ml.. Vera Cat..r. Cor. Wilkerson of MaxviUe were visit Loadholtz Miss Lola Wilkerson
Mrs Frank Kloiu, Cor. ing relatives and .friends Friday were guests of Mrs. Monde Set

l I Mrs. C. A. and Kay Pringle, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Gainey and afternoon.Mr. urday
Pitt Newsome, Willie Mae Miss Juanlta Williams spent Mr.
Walter Wittfeldt :Mr. Leon Wesley Harris from '
J. E. Newton of Startle wastransacting ROle.
St. Clalr Moseley were transacting children here with
spent Sunday
Newsome and Owen Carter motor. and with
night' Sunday dale
business In this section Wilkerson from Rosedale were visiting was visiting Mr. E. L. Wllker.
business in Jacksonville Saturday. friends and relatives while en-
ed to Starke Saturday. Misses Hazel and Ida Mae Johns
Mr. Harry Wilkerson Sunday son Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
:Monday. Mesdames Llda Groves, Della I route to North Carolina where they
Mr. and Mr. Frank Morgan, Russell Thomas and Lois Norman '. Martin Loadholtz
Cecil Hardee of Milliard and Junior Green Amanda Futch returned to will their vacation.A. and soy I
spend summer
: Clyde Morgan Ferrell Morgan, were the guests of Miss Mildred
Mr. Jackson Rivers of Green- Troy from Lawtey !
Crews of the State farm are their home In UmatlHa Saturday.Mr. A., G. W., and E. M. Hazen were vlamni
Coleman Williams, (Gladys :Mcr Sanders and Pauline Green
I wood visiting Mr. Harry Mr. E. L. Wilkerson
+ Spending" several days here with J. Q. Futch was visiting Mrs. and H. P. Gainey attended the an- were Saturday
h I ,gan went to the dance Friday eve- Wednesday night. Wilkerson Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. L. WUkerson, Mrs.
relatives. R. H. Futch Friday.Mr. nual meeting at Pleasant Grove -
Misses Pauline and Lorene Greenwere
ii and Mrs. Frank Bloss and ning.Mr Miss :Melba Knight was visiting Griffls were visiting Mrs. Pol. '
,I Mr, St. Clair Moseley and William church last Saturday and Sunday.
{ and Mrs Ray Newsom of the guests of Mildred San- Misses Leah Griffis and Lula WIl- lie Prevatt Friday.
:MI'. and Mrs. George Wilkinson Pringle were transacting:: Starke were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ders Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were kerson SS
and children spent Sunday at business in Macclenny Tuesday. friends and relatives here Saturday.Mr.
k Perry Newsom Sunday. E. E. Green and little son,
Brooker guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. Monde were Mt. Dora City property being
Mr. and Mrs. Seebe Newsom and Everett Hollla, were visiting Mrs. Friday. visiting her Mr. and Mrs. beautified between
Oscar Waters. Card of Thanks Mrs. Lee Harrel of Jacksonville parents Community
two Newsom
daughters, Margie Nonay Keene Saturday evening.Mr.
Mrs. M. Carter and children moL We We wish to thank each and slid Clarnlla Newsom, Mr. and Harlle Keene of DeLeon spent a few days of last week here E. L. Wilkerson Saturday. visiting Auditorium and city hall.
tored over to Starke Saturday.Mr. everyone for the kindness shownus with friends and relatives. Miss Myrtle Knight were -
Mrs. Crowbrldge and of his wife'sparents
daughter Springs, were visiting
Miss. Lula Wilkerson
and Mrs. R, L. Crews of Sunday. Construction progressing on
during the illness and death of Miss Jewell Conerly of Wau- new
Jacksonville were the guests of Mr."and Mrs. W. R. Ker-
Mrs. J. E.
Knight was
I. r Starke and Miss Maggie Crews visiting highway between Mount Dora sod
beloved father and husband. chula Is here with
our spending a days
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsom Sun- sey of this section and while here Mrs. E. L. Wllkerscn .
j:' apent Sunday afternoon at Lake Especially Miss Ollie Marr and Dr. attended church at Union Sunday. her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Barry.Mr. Sunday.Mrs. Eustls.
Lillie Carter of Clay
Kingsley. Biggs of Starke, also for the beau- day.There was a singing at Hell- Mrs Leon Conner and children : and Mrs. L. D. Polk and
her mother last Wed-
d Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bloss and were visiting Paving nearing completion
tiful floral offerings children at on
spent Sunday Sunny-
t ,+tb bronn church Sunday afternoon. I were visiting Mrs. w: C. Clemons
and Mrs. George Wilkinson nesday. state road No. 80 from Vero
lr children, Mr. MM. R. H. Futch and family. Jones side Beach.R. Beach
Mr. the
Clyde was guest afternoon.
o- and children and Elzle Griffls Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and son, to Lake Wale
of Mr. Pitt Newsom afternoon the W. Brannen spent Tuesday
Sunday Miss Lizzie Harnage was Prevatt her
af Rudolph were visiting
were in Lawtey Saturday
in Lake Butler with friends and
guest of Misses Pauline and Lo
a ternoon. mother Sunday afternoon, Panama City Old Tiller dock
and children NEW{ RIVER Miss Edna Hlllard was the guestof rene Green Sunday morning. relatives Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Quinn into
Mrs. KITIe Carter extending bay being repaired.
; Mrs L. D. Polk spent Tuesdayin
Miss Willie Mae Newsom Sun- Misses Mildred and Genevieve
and little Virginia, were
and Mrs. Verdie Barker spent
1111... Runt lapp. Cer. day afternoon. Sanders were visiting Misses Pauline Georgia attending to business.
8M ?" Wednesday of last week at Kings- visiting her mother, Mrs. J. E. Winter Garden Cobb Con
Miss Debbie Mr. and Green Miss Mary Alice Cahoon, a mem-
'1 nr; Phillips, Lorene and Reba Friday Knight Saturday. struction
ley Lake. ber of the school here was Company JT.318
Rev. Hemingway filled his regu- Mrs Trenon Crosby were the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tyre were
M. L. Crews of the state farm, : contract for hard surfacing road
absent because of Illness
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter Mr. and Mrs. Johns of Olua- Monday
%? was a business visitor here Tues lar appointment at the Baptist Ray visiting her mother Mrs. J. E. over Plnella -HlIIsborough county,
Mrs. her substi-
Eugene Long was
church here Sunday.Mr. tee and little daughter, were the
d'r' Sunday morning eve- Knight Saturday. shortening distance between Urn
day.'tY' and Mrs. Ernie Johns and guests of Mr and Mrs. J. A. liar- tute. We are all very glad that Miss Lula Wilkerson Mrs. Pen- and
city Brooksville
ning.Mr.. and Mrs. Pledger Johns were daughters, Luclle and Lois Johns nags Sunday. ,. she was able to go back to work ale Griffls were guests of Misses

transacting business in Lake But- were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Doris Burney of Lawtey, Is Tuesday.

BOOTSEY'S BEACH ler Saturday. Carter Sunday. spending a few-days here with Miss '

Mr. J. L. Johns was a business Louise Sapp. Tempo of American Life

In Catkin, Cot. visitor in Brooker Saturday.Mr. Mr. Talmadge Johns was the

1.. M. L. Johns was a visitorin guest of J. D. Carter: Sunday. RAIFORDRed I
VANDERBILT Is Told In Our Dance i i
Misses Elamae'and Hazel Tunes
Mrs. R. N. Crawford received a Starke last Thursday and Fri. Sapp Kerce Cor.

,, telegram last Saturday stating day.Mr. Carrl Ben N.r..., c... spent Saturday'night and Sunday I ,
j that her brother, Mr. Joe Chlam of Bill Agin of Starke, was with Helen and Dorothy Norman. .

St. George, Ga., had passed away visiting in our section Friday af- Mrs. Ida Harnage of :Miami is Eddie Kelly of Macclenny was
1 We are sorry to hear that Miss visiting friends here last week.
; Saturday morning at 2 o'clock ternoon. visiting her daughter and son-in-
Lubedla Alvarez is in the hospital Mrs. N. B. Rosier and Mr. Ros
law and'Mrs. B. M. McRae.
following a week's illness Messrs. Crystal Wiggins, An- I Mr.
r7 Mrs. R. N. Crawford and son, drew and Hassle Rhoden, Lamar at Gainesville suffering from an I Mr. J. R. Kelly was the guest of ter's mother of Lake Butler, were

,,11 and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Butler and Albert and Joe Moody operation. We all hope she will Miss Louise Sapp Sunday after- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Curtis! Rosier -

+, C. E. Crawford and Mr. E. W. Rosier were visiting in Lake Butler Sat- soon be home again. of this place last Monday. 8t1
Rev. J. L. Norris of Lacrosse filled noon.Mr Jones returned to her
f 1 ; attended the funeral of Mr. urday afternoon. and Mrs.Clarls Hutcblnson Mrs. J. C.

Joe Cblsm at St. George Ga.. Sun- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and his regular appointment at spent Saturday night and Sunday home here after a short visit with t 1
; Wateroak church this past weekend relatives in Jacksonville.
m'r'r; day. daughter, Essie, were transacting with Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp.
a,' r Mlaa Mary Gaskins of Lake business in Starke Saturday. Miss Deloris and Junior Hodge W. M. WhItten and son, Walter,
1 Miss Lillian Kelley spent Sat- returned to their home after
Wales, is spending several weeks were visiting Miss Annie Mae
1 urday night with Misses Louise the of
spending a week aa guests
a here the guest of relatives. Harnage Sunday.
1:' r : ', Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and and Agnes Sapp. Miss Lizzie Harnage, Louise Mr. Whltten'a daughter, Mrs. John

daughter, Miss Frankle Lou, Mr.and GRAHAM Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and Sapp and Doris Burney were visit Denmark of St. Augustine.

'' Mrs. A. Thompson and son, I son Donald, are spending a whilein ing Miss Elva Conner Saturday Miss Elinor Redd is spending a
HUM' Ellen John.oB, Cor. Gainesville. few weeks with Miss Lois Knabbof
L. J.
y Kenneth a"d Mr end Mrs afternoon.
A number of folks from this
Norman and daughter, Cleo, attended Mr. Louis Norman was the guestof Macclenny.
6 Miss Rhoda Thomas of Zlff attended church at had her + re
,7 the funeral of Mr. R. II. was community Miss Mildred Sanders Sunday Mrs. C. H. Brown as
visiting Mrs. Frank Reynolds New River Sunday guests Mrs. George M. Malchus of
'r Futch at Dyal cemetery last Thurs- afternoon. t tt
t Saturday. I Misses Muriel and Rachel Sil- Miss Josephine Green spent Sun Jacksonville and Mrs. P. G. Nettles
day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas of cox of Starke and Carra
Miss and Mrs. Park Clover of Lake City
1 ; it I. Lennon of Green CoveN day night with her cousin
Ziff passed through here Saturday. Norman and brother Russell, were last Thursday.
Springs, was in our section one Onle Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest visiting in Graham after- and of
/ Reynoldsand Sunday visiting J. Browning daughter
: day last week. Miss Pauline Green was
4 l I Misses Frankle Lou and Ruth children of Jacksonville were noon. relatives in Starke Saturday. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. '

:Murrhee were visiting Misses Ola, visiting relatives here Saturday.Mrs. Miss Doris Burney of Lawtey is Mr. Roaco :May of Hampton was Browning's sister of this place Sun- t ark __Il&STAaG1 0 As
A. G. Brown and familyof spending a while with Misses Louise v # 4* p. ANI

4 i
1 t' Elnora and Lois Futch at Greenwood the guest of Mlsa Josephine Greene day.Mr.
rk.. ;; last Sunday afternoon. Starke, were visiting Mr. and and Agnes Sapp. Monday evening. and Mrs. E. L. Wester of \ i

,,: "t Mr. Marshall Prlngla of Max- Mrs. Ellis Starling and family Sun- Mrs. Virginia Green and daughter S i Leesburg, were visiting Mrs. Was \ a

c'x' 'i villa, was visiting Mr. W. C. Ches- day. Jeannette of Tampa, spent : ter's mother, Mrs. Matilda RItch
'i ; Mlaa Cleo Reynolds entertained part of last wek with Mr. and. Sunday and Monday.
; err Saturday night.
!' I :Mr. R. N. Crawford attended the with a chicken pilau Tuesday eve- Mrs. A. A. Edwards. I r ZIFF Mrs. J. A. Brooks who has been
at the home of Mr. and Mr. and in Jacksonville S
ning Mrs. Mrs. Irving DeBose of spending sometime .5
conference at Union
Rev. D. L. Phillips of Saturday.Woodlawn Roy Reynolds. All reported a nice Little Springs spent the week-end I TUtmm Lal.! Mao i..rl.. Cor. with her mother Mrs. A. J.

i, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. time. with Mrs. De Bole's parents, Mr.. I Jacksonville Walker returned to her home here I +e ?
'' Crawford Saturday afternoon. Carl Crosby of Avon Park, was and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez. Mr. Clyde Morgan went to Monday.Mrs. I !!

j Mr .and Mrs. Ury Reddish and visiting relatives here Wednesday. \I Remember prayer meeting on Thursday Lewis afternoon.Mr. of Jacksonville. Lindsay Thornton returned -!' jIv\$

children: of Vanderbilt, were visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves of I Wednesday night and B. Y. P. U. Purvis to her home.here after an operation '

ing :Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish Savannah Ga., arrived here Saturday on Sunday at 8 o'clock. Everyone is spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Starke, and is reported
: .
ire ', Sunday afternoon.. for a visit with Mr. and I welcome to come. and take a part. here with his parents' Mr, and as Improving. I

Jim Graves: Mrs'j W. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of Lake
--- TI R. W. Newton of Starke passed I
Miss! Mildred Broughton Butler were here Sunday visitingMr.

erated on Friday night for appen- through our section Wednesday. Crew's son, Mr. and Mrs. C'i

SAXTON dicitis. RISING Miss Rhoda Thomas spent saw U. Crews. fi :.. ..i f

Russell and Mattle Norman of eral days of this week at Graham Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Yelvington
I Mm. II. M. ....n... Cur with her sister Mrs. F. W Reynolds :..AL's. O'HJARA' 'tt18.. 'rlNIJutt
: Miss June Tyler, Cor. Vanderbilt, were business visitors and W M. Whitten were visitingMr.

here Saturday. ; and Mrs. John Walton at their

Monday was the opening day of Mrs. F. M. White and Mrs. Walter Mrs. L W. .Dyal and daughter. summer home in White Springs.

,a :Mrs. W. A. Mrs.Tyler 11.and D. family school. Mlsa Mattle Norman of :, Underhill motored to Waldo 'Miss Marlon Lee of Graham spent The two rooms that were being an 4rol' hlirWlh an arm.ul) oj$ra,_A hr r l full A|Ivi,_o kj p i|;>UKyv
were visiting Tyler here with her
Vanderbilt is teacher for the term. Thursday. Wednesday night added to the Raiford 'Junior high
1, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner and parents school building here were com- '
'r of rated taxi and It i h pro'ial'r> :
L. Brown
S; Mr. and Mrs. O. children Mr. and Mr. H. D. and Tom Wasdln, Mr. l mous Orchestra Leader' a
were visiting
last week and accom-
at family were the guests of Mrs. J. pleted this experience, more than JUT
I i : Double Run, attended church C. Padgett Sunday. Mrs. Felix Sapp in Vanderbilt sec C. B. Roberta and Mr. Alvin Was- modate several primary grades.Mr. Finds!' We Express Our- other, that grave him the under-
: Saxton Sunday morning.
H tlon Sunday. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Everett Hewitt of Worthington selves in Our Music standing of the American p tolir's
f We are glad to say the Church Mrs. W. Joshua Groover is visiting ell-.d. ),-a
F, Harnage arrived Springs, has been added to tastes, and mother r:
of God at Saxton has organized a from Umatllla a few days ago and his mother, :Mrs J. H. Kelley and leader was on-a a .toPf on lIra-
Sunday school Thirty-three were I the present faculty l.'ov: York City.: -.!'Mutic. morer'rf" 0',1"- 111m- It.
I' BOA DRAIN are spending a few days here with other friends and relatives for a Ralford baseball club lost ocean lint'11'1; ,
baptized and thirty-seven united In i i The nny other expl'nllonteve.11I was ait iJ\.J')..',, >1:0: solisn'T I'l1' i
church.: They were baptized by J. Miss Cherry Harrell Cor. I Mrs. H. M. McRae. while. Mr. Minnie and to the Eagles, a team from Jacksonville l 1.r tfnr.m; ) of t'-i' people. o won- meeha :': < .roe" !hi( tool( to nu'
1 Mr. Alex Rev. J. H. Kelley,
has moved to Sunday by a score of 64. <"''!' th:* music tlf America fs more
C. Sellers, Jacksonville, and united this Groover attended the annual than MLyrIs.. "a wdi n'l 'ro.Ic! oN
section. We welcome them Joshua Mr. Ike Roundtree spent Saturday hrt'i.rtclt"l iml far-rlunir ,
by B. B. Tibbie of Jacksonville. Mrs. M. Glbbs I Pleasant Grove *.voiM his known before now typlccilyI'ar"ss: a ,:
Mr and of Tampa, meeting; at Trenton n-v "! ,
and in visiting
here.Misses Sunday O'Hara.,,. o t'II" ""
r ia spent last Wednesday and Thursday -; Edna and Thelma Lewis'last week. *_ friends. l.rt. ?!';. A'ilnra.famous musical is ., It... h'rl
I ;
in Starke visiting friends and and Misses Verilee and Irene Lewis Mr. and Mia. R. B..Thomaa and -' tunJnctur, nt; Uio Governor Clinton Wo nngunge hova n '1 nt .. .
U.I'1."Om"\ .
i" TIIERESSA relatives. were visiting relatives at HeU- daughter Mlsa.. Hazel and Mrs. J. rouble: li really the melttnr or saviiif,' t.''.\ S u"I,I ,0puJ.ar ;

Mrs. Callle GaIney and daughter, bronn Sunday. I B. Thomas all spent Sunday with pit of l.'t >.YM TV: etnotlun.\ nines (\) ,.:. e:. IOl ; '::1 rrY

MU Hhnda Tetgter. Cur. were visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jim- Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae have Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds. Pressing Farms c "rv raised; : nation bee contributed medium >... ? '. .._ .Ib.iOr:

mie Allen Thursday.Mr moved to Starke. I Mr. J. W. Lewis spent part of Mina Lula \VIlkemon! Cor. : 1M bit to*: the iiiirnr! called: .. 'An.I 1 -..- ',. ,,.r ,. t'l ..--, t
1 Mr. Guy Sullivan of Vero Is visIting \ and Mrs. T. Tison and fam- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. White and \ this week In Jacksonville with his J-u;*. !f.,. tho speed nt which oar I IRluc of Y.Jl..l. : ttl -' I

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ily and Ruth Ella Priest left Wednesday Mrs. H. M. McRae were visitingthe son, :Mr. Purvis Lewis and other '\ln-'. run ,IK the tempo o' C oft nmi.ymarvc'.uuu, "f t.n it'( "

A. L. Sullivan. for a two week's vacation !, bedside of Mrs. W. R. Halslopat !' friends and relatives Mr. Wavor Grtffis, Mr. Lloyd V.ii-U: iho'wurll' dances." : ,. .11.:r .u1-. *' *>*-t I"' r

i Mrs. J. S. Jones, who has been at Lake Klngsley I the Mare Hospital in Starke Mrs. E. Howard Is spending this Wllkersou. Mr. Wilbur Knight n 'II '
visiting relatives here returned to Tom Lee and brother Harley Sunday afternoon week here with relatives Mr. Harry and John Wilkerson ont, that; :rp'xit of our musinians sre '."n A..:'cbir'it 1II. .* -
: Mr. and Mrs. in"n '\b." hnve snmpta'l tH tempo Yon ca!:" vp t ;t'et'nrt); l 111 i ,
Lee Tuesday Mr. Dempsey Knight
of Tampa, spent Saturday and | Miss Rhoda Thomas spent
her Mrs.
home in Miami last week. L. Crawford and children :
i ri of th to of V %
:N flijli
attended the *-u. os putt % vrunt "-- mo l i r
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Moore Mrs. Sunday In Starke with friends and spent the week-end Starke with at the home of Mr. and Mrs.I .J. H. Monds vhnnicst age. Pout Whittmnn ('))- that pt Ut'jrelocK' ( pm-.t."

s L. Moore and Mr. W. T. Zelgler of relatives. Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and I J. W Lewis. church at Mr. and Mrs.! Walter 'tII: :

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Minton spent Sunday Mrs. G. W. Bureny. I There was a large crowd that Griffis' Friday night.

Mrs. J. J. Zeigler last Thursday: afternoon at the home of Mrs. Those attending the watermelon attended the dance given at the Misses Elsie Loadholtz of Law- Bile

and were accompanied home by: Marie Bowers. cutting at the home of Mr. and:home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard '. ley spent Saturday. with Misses Wake Up Your Liver

Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and little son Mrs. I. Gliason spent Sunday afternoon I Mrs. F. M. White Sunday after- I Saturday night and all reported Lula Wilkerson.

Thomas, and Mills Julia Laura I with Herman Lee. noon were: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mc a nice tlmev Mr. Wilbur Avery Knight visited

Ranaon. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and Rae of Waldo, Mr, and Mrs Walter There will he! an annual meetingat Mr. Harry Wilkerson Saturday.Mr. -Without Calomel

Mr. Johnny Jones returned to baby spent Sunday with their Underhill, Mr. and :Mrs. B. M. Little Rock church Friday Sat- J. S. Eunice was! visiting

his home in Savannah, Ga., last mother and family McRae :Miss Ruby Underhill, Mr. urday and Sunday. Everybody is in this section Friday. --

week. Mrs Mollie Harrell and Mrs and :Mrs. H. M. McRae and children invited to attpad.! rCome,and bring Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Monds, Mrs. And ToaH Jump Oat of Bed 0 Ub\Ge b Mt B..to.tnT-yner

Misses Julia Laura Hanson and Callie Gainey spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby. your friends. Pennie Griffla! Mr. John Wilkerson.Mr. _.. east It,Mrt ....,.ta ttw lie<* ,

Rhoda Zelgler attended a birthday Mrs. F. R. Coleman's. Miss Mildred Goodge of Plant :Miss Jeanette Kelley has returned Harry Wilkerson Mr. Wilbur in the MornjnglUrin to Go 0.. his.el o rear a.ea'd Ti k*. .

party. in Waldo last week. Mrs. Della Silcox of Starke, City spent Sunday night and Mon home after1 spending a while In Knight. Mr. Avery KnIght. Mr. ........trM sod rat brrta I Iud k".a

,;i Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Zelgler of spent Sunday with her brother Mr. day with Miss Audrey McRae.Mr. Tampa with relatives and friends. Lloyd Wilkerson. Mr. Wavor Crlf- If row feel war and conk and the MM.. ...... roe ta bUmfabT. orh

I Gainesville were visitors here Sun-I R. L. Lee and family. and Mrs. McCoy of Gainesville ii fie, Miss\ Leah Griffiar! Misses) Elsie world look punk,doat swallow a lot .. ,..fod tarn sod......TearPAu"J

R<: day. Mrs. Lassie Silcox spent Sunday were dinner guests of Mr. and Avon Park Remodeling in LoadholU Miss. Melba Knight. Min ef wit*, mineral water. ell laxative .,ItaarkehsseosdACAATflr..

t tf Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Is the proud, afternoon with Mrs. F. R. Coleman.We Mrs. Walter Underhill Sunday.Mr. progress in .Sun Court store. LuJa' Wilkerson all from Pressing candy or chewing com and expect: ........
:mother of a daughter born Sunday I are all glad to report that and Mrs. Vollle Starling of I Farms attended church at Saxton them to make you suddenly sweat LytR PU2.e to tot....tee ,-pd'f
New and IuD of suzwhlne.! ... ..f'd'aa
St. Augustine equipment and booymnt aowht kal.aa. ,
Mr. Math Grills la ..
evening. The little miss has been better and Starke were visiting at the home Saturday night. ....- .
named Grace Marguerite. hope he will soon be where he can of Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae Sun. : installed in recently improved Mr. Wavor Criffla from Max- For they cant do it. They only on., _talawe. n r.live
go around again. day afternoon.fls. Craig Funeral Home on Granada vllle Is visiting his grandmother: mot the> bevel, and a mere movement -.- .............wbot

Lake Worth Remodeling un- Mr. Willie McKinney spent Sun- street. Mrs. E. L.. Wilkerson for a few doeemt get at the cause. The tile ka.l.e b..vBNMlsakhrlewfr .., ,...ctJt"J.

derway on Laudlston building an- day with his daughter. Mr. andMrs. Palmetto Lemon Avenue days reason tat your dewn-and-oot feeling c.-

flex. 12 South Dixie highway to bet Henry Rye. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns was a Lunch Room opened for business) Mrs Florence Harris and little Is your Hrer. It should pour out tro .trw E 1 fl a Leek.. _f.-roo4 I.kd. .. ....

converted Into moving picture Mlas Ella. Malpas spent Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs G. W Han on Lemon Avenue by Mrs S. J. daughter Myrtis and Mrs Dora pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels LIttle U.. Pins + O y'C.kt Cwtbidptt.Zasot'a.att

theatre. with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grlf- rell and family Monday night. Jlacfn a- Johns of Roeedale were visiting i deny-

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when the children could have seen Arcadia-Debtors of John Bal- ternoon publisher, has been Just proximately 500 acres of the game I TRAIN SCHEDULEOur
him If they had watched from the osok, garage owner, are freed of as vlrogously opposing the Idea. refuge two miles north of Juniper '
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs windows." Rousseau was held for obligations totaling $2.415 and Invited -, Straub adherents have volunteeredsuch prairie before a crew of forty men i schedule changes Sunday.
trial under $1,000 bond.TampaGovernor to continue trading with him I I substitutions as "Solhavcn" headed by Forest Ranger M. C. I follows May 22nd: and trAin! will run as)

In an advertisement appearing over "Solport. "Gulfsun," "Ra,". "Sol- Howard could check It Into last
Carlton and' his name In the local newspaper. I ando," "Solvnnla and even "Sol- night The fire according to reports -I No 1 Southbound local dueStarke. ) j''
Chairman Harry E. Wells, of the burned into 10.89: p. In. q ,
-- berg. \ over private
[L LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD state road department, have been Panama City-AU cargo records I,I property, and through grass,l' No. 11, Southbound local, due
requested by the property owners' for the port here were broken dur- River Junction-Deputy Sheriff swamp, and tint'woods in which a Starke 9.20: a. m. y
division of the Tampa real estate Ing the first ten days of this month Tom Nazworth had a narrow es- blare had not been reported In fifteen -' No. 107 Southbound limited, due)
board to restrain the road depart- when export values went over the cape last Friday when, arresting, years, it was said. It was Starke 10:27: a. m. 4
ment from letting"any new con- million dollar mark; Port authorities a bootlegger, he had a gun ram- speeded by extremely dry condi- No. 2 Northbound local, due '
BY OUR EXCHANGES tracts for road building this year. said the value of the shipmentsfor med Into his stomach and the trig- Starke 6:19: a. m. s 'I

'" .......- ...... ...-- Current reports that the depart- the ten days exceeded the total ger pulled. Deputy Nazworth, No. 12, Northbound local due) '
Starke 3:31
1.. IN. "" ment will consider large contractsfor for the entire :year of 1931. grabbing desperately for the gun, tions.HAMPTON : p. m. ,r ,
went Palm Bench-Its operating Gainesville A. Berga, new- new roads at the regular meetIng put the> flesh between his thumb No. 108 Northbound limited due N
cut off for three months past ly appointed police chief, has Issued July 20, imposing a heavy financial Jacksonville Dave Chadwickof and forefinger down between the Starke 6:01: p. m. ,
hvabondholders' suit now pending a general order to all officersof burden upon taxpayers: and Wilmington, N. C.. his brother, falling pistol hammer and the AS.t'.e.Mrs. Starke and Wannee 101 leave .'
Starke 7:00 'a
federal court the Everglades the local department warning the incoming administration Julius, Florida National bank book- shell. The plunger of the hammer I : a. m.
to district has brought all them not to take part in or to ex- aroused the organization to Im- keeper and Richard Gillman, were touched the shell and made a No. 102 arrives 3:40: p. m.
drainage C. B. Bryant of South
operations to a standstill In- press opinions for or against any mediate action. Indicted here Saturday by a fed- slight dent, but did not strike with Clotlns of Malta
III Florida, Is the guest of her sister,
levying of taxes. of tLe discussions pertaining to the eral grand Jury on 43 counts each, sufficient force to cause the ex- South
eluding Mrs. M. L. Watterson this week
local civic government. Mr. Berga DeLand Florida commission, In connection with the forgery of pected explosion.St. Train No. 11, parcel poet 9 a. m. '
Springs The strength said that he would not countenance A Century of Progress, would like $131,000 from Almours Securities, Olen! Bedenbaugh has as his No. 107 letters special delivery %
Tarpon Snyder an 8yearoldboy politics in the police departmentand to have the names of all present Inc. Petersburg great was guest this week, his sister, Miss and special handling 10:10: a. m.
of George was not enough to rescue both that violations of his order I residents of Florida who have cele- the regard of "Dixie" Churchhlll, Cosine Bedenbaugft. of Fort Myers. North
father and mother Sunday, but would result in suspension or dismissal brated their 100th birthday or will Plant City-J. L. Waller was Clearwater merchant, for his disreputable Mrs. O. L. Harrison and daughters No. 12, parcel poet and letters. "?
btJ pulled the latter to safety while from the department. I celebrate It before June 1 next awarded a verdict Tuesday for fishing togs what when Misses Edna, Eleanor and 3:15: p. m.
he former slipped out of his grasp I year. The Century of Progress ex- $50,000 damages by a Jury In circuit he lost his ancient trousers and Caroline Harrison, accompanied by No. 108, letters, special delivery ;
the deep water and death. Tallahassee Frank Drew, 65, position will have a special significance court In his suit against the Jacket in Lake Butler when a boat O. L. Harrison Jr., left for Opp and special handling, 8:40: p. m. '
Into son of former Governor George E. for those who have lived estate. of John Hodas, arising out upset, he procured life saving Alabama this week where they 8ta>rke A Wannoe Branch :
Jacksonville-Dr. Robert F. Mc- Drew, died in Laurayvllle in Su- through the entire period and who of the bombing of, the Waller home equipment from the fire depart will visit friends and relatives. Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. "
physician, was arrested by wannee county late Sunday. Mr. have witnessed or partlcpated In by Hodaz more than two years ment and dragged the lake with Mrs. Thos. Dyal, who has been Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. j
eod, authorities and charged Drew was a member of the state the marvelous changes wrought ago, when Mrs. Waller suffered the grappling hooks for near 12 hours. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Night mall closes, 6:10: p. m. Af i,
federal violating the anti-narcotic legislature in 1895 and was state during the last 100 years. Names loss of an eye and ft leg. His search at last was successful.: C. H. Parker of High Springs returned Train No. 1, south, 10:69: p. nx.
with should be sent to Earl W. Brown to home last Train No. 2, north, 6:19: a. m.
He Is alleged to have sold tax: equalizer from 1929 to 1931. her here Sun-
laws. of narcotics to federal He built the first railroad In'Taylor Box: 1320, DeLand. Miami-Mrs. Jessie M. Keith- Tampa-Convicted of attemptIng Blue Du Schedules "
quantities He furnished $2,500 bond and Lafayette counties in 1901 Miller, Australian aviatrix oftenIn to bribe a prospective Juror, day.Rev.. Butler of Lake Butler fill Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932. E
agents. and was a director for the Florida Ft Lauderdale Annual saving the news, probably will, go to Charles H. Wilson, 62, former ed his regular appointment at the Northbound 5:03 a. m., 1:68: p. '
Jacksonville The automobile Historical society. He was authorof I of $22,000 in operating costs trial here August 1 charged with county Jailer, was sentenced to Christian church last Sunday m., 4:59: p. m., S:19: p. m.
killed 80 fewer persons in Florida a number of pamphlets on tax- through establishment of the fur- violating the immigration laws In three years In the state peniten- Mr and Mrs. Roy Mobley of Southbound-9:34: a. m.. 12:34: p. ,,
1931 than during 1930. Figures ation. lough system and summer reduc- entering this country. She denies tiary at Raiford by Judge W. R. Arcadia, spent the week-end with m., 4:34: p. m, 12:50: a. m. i
during tion of in the The claims He convicted of Tickets and Information at r
the personnel was placed charge. government Petteway. was
here by Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn.
just published S14 Tampa Rev: Homer Thompson force Thursday by the city com- she did not have proper entrance offering a bribe to a. venlreman Smith's Service Station, next to
elate board of health show Mrs H. A. Durden has ,
of fashionable Hyde Park mission. papers when she came here from in the trial of Louis Leavlne, who recently courthouse.
deaths In the preceding year. The! been her sister Mrs. Ritchof
Methodist church will not allow the Nassau, Bahamas, in 1931. was convicted and sentenced to visiting 4
death rate was 34.1 per 100- Starka. Canal Plans considered i
1981 church grounds to be used for boot- Miami-Jesse Morrison, 12, who death in the murder of Joseph B. Point u.
000, while in 1930 it was 38.1. legging operations. Yesterday he came here Thursday with a truck St. Petersburg-All St. Peters- Johnson, wealthy business man.Wilson's Mrs. J. B. Kennard of Alachua to move post office to building

-road number 31, grabbed Hervy Rousseau, a youth, load of produce from Belle Glade, burg is embattled,over an argument attorneys said he would tor. formerly occupied by B. & B. Grocery
Oeala-State Cltra and Haw- in the church yard, called federal was fatally injured early today lu the proposed change In the appeal. 'f
Ocala to Waldo via officers, told them the boy was when the truck, under which he city's name. W. L. Straub, veteran Mrs. J. C. Bubose of Vero Beach Lakeland -- Kibler-Watson, Inc..
to all traffic, according -
thorne Is closed out hiding liquor bottles about the had gone to sleep after arrival editor of the morning newspaper Ocala-Fire which started Fri- has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. capitalized at $10,000, granted :
to information given grounds "In broad daylight and of- was driven off. A rear wheel has been agitating the changefor day afternoon about two o'clock T, F. Brown and J. J. Brannen and charter to engage In real estate ', ,
of the district high:
from the office I ten during Sunday school hours passed over the child's head. many years, L. B. Brown, af from lightning swept through ap mother, Mrs Delana Jones business. '';
way engineer, L. B. Thrasher. r, iR
Number 31 is closed so that needed E;
Improvement may be given the
road bed across Orange between
Cltra and Island Grove. It will remain G" ?:'
closed for several weeks. ', SIX CYLINDERS'

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Letstmrg A. T. Fisher and E. "}\!!,l$: ,H< m ".'".., <,, -....;tV 9
N. Folsom of this city returnedfrom :" 'f '(. < a fishing trip to Lake Apopka *,ifJ..'(>#//if:( ':''; !J,>{'Mt, y"I ''','';- ".. with a report of "fishermen's f1 1i( & no mareno0sssays AmericaSince

luck' which they believe sets a new *<1<:: ,;_ :: ..., w .""':>', /. .
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record for other sportsmen to shootat I

Six bass, on three casts, constitutes .;i
I the entry of the local fish- S

ermen, in the listings of unusual 1st have chosen Chevrolet* Sixes than the
catches. The bass were hookedand January buyers more
landed--by Mr. Fisher. J

gasoline\*Tallahassee th.s state t has sufficient-to reached Traffic proportions la bootleg attractthe combined_ total.' of all fours and all eights priced below $10 j.

at:.itlon of the American Pe- .
| troleuin ,-HLute, along with state .
ofTicia". A representative of that ,
Instil": pent Thursday in Tallahassee -I :
til called on office w rk- cjw Look at what happened when America began lifting hoods and V

era ana apartment heads in threeof counting cylinders: Overwhelming preference for "SIX CYLIN ii ,
the to governmental branches I DERS. No more-No leas" A sweeping endorsement of tho t

before '/bom he related some of e soundness and correctness of the Chevrolet six-cylinder engine I ji
the! wot!:jra of the illegal traffic. II : yf4 Stn.

I America knows its motor cars. And America knows you can't get + I.

TallaJn3see-Blount Strickland, around these facts about cylinders in a low-priced car; That six: Is !
deputy game warden, sought three the largest number have and still unexcelled t
4F' you can get << economy ; ,
weeks operators, missing of an Illegal them night net for after six I .'w % nt,' +''a ', "". e ? n A ., =yt9 ?k'wy That sic Is the fewest you can have and still get built-in smoothness -

night on the various lakes of this I And who wants to sacrifice either of these great factors of ,

ctlon.: Then he came upon them II motoring satisfaction?
at t work ta Lake Jackson. They
lad stripped off their clothing to I America prefers the Chevrolet Six-because it strikes a happy a ', s

work in the water. He took the medium between two extremes. It gives economy-the lowest :Ir,

clothing, forced them to go home operating and upkeep coat of any American car, as proved by, ( .
without clothes and then arrested the experience of tens of thousands of owners I It gives smoothnessthe '
!helD at home the next day.. a
built-in smoothness that makes driving really comfortable '

Panama effortless enjoyable I And it gives many other advantages just as t \ 4' '
City-The Texas 011
Company has bought the A. M. essential and important as six'cylinders. Advantages that no other if' ,

Lewis property, 400 feet of choice1Ialerfront low-priced car can match. { :

here and to erect
l 1250,000:; port terminal plans consisting Fisher bodies big,spacious,luxurious Fisher bodies-styled in tha '

of docks, warehouse and tanks. ii latest custom mode,built solidly and ruggedly to give long service t r tv}' I Ir

Construction will be started at once C o and
Ud 0d That matchless Wheeling SyncroMeahfor
port authorities here said the
Improvements will increase tonaege quick, quiet, effortless shifting and positive car control.A 1 f

40,000 at this port by approximately dependable chassis whose basic design has been proved in the < ri

tons a year.JackRonvm. hands of millions of satisfied owners. ,rt

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: cities for June reported calling building for construc-perta four hydraulic shock absorbers,adequate weight and correct balance I ;, rAnd

>n work to cost approximately new reduced prices-as much as $50 and $55 lower than they r '
WO,000: it is revealed by the Na- ,
Monthly Building Survey
awe P Jbllc yesterday by S. W.31rau Chevrolet is able to give this value because Chevrolet is the world'a i
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Own it record for May was when slightly the total less/ I years I Largest for the first six months of 19321 First in value ( i '4't t

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::: i Governor Carlton "If we could have a moving picture carrying Washington's message; loans for summer and fall plant- The many frlenda of Carl Sh,n
showing the development ot the first air mall letter in our his- ing. Congressman Green today ford, son of Mr. and Mrs r'
) Among Farmers the! U. S. Postal Service from 1773 tory. Now 8,000,000 pounds of airmail held a personal conference with Dr Shuford will be glad to learn ho a

I -jiJiietyJ; {Week SpeakersGovernor to 1932 we would have before us are carried each year throughthe Hyde, secretary of agrculture, and improving after an illness (of !apF b
: that of Florida eral
j : the history of the nation. air mail service." urged applications days.
"The conquest of the continentwas i i. growers be promptly acted upon In Mr. J. C.. Gatewood of Danvlii

.. -, Doyle E. Carlton, Hon in large part due to the pos- GREEN APPROVESOF the event the president signs the Va., was a visitor In Lawtey 11011.,
1 Nathan Mayo, and other speakerswill tal establishment which kept the REFERENDUM bill. day. Mr. Gatewood, who for

; + ) ROBF.RT9-BOSTiCK (Bilbro), Regimental Parade (Ov- give adresses at the general frontier communities in touch with e eral seasons has been in chareHt
erholt).-Ruth Wyman. sessions of Farmers' Week which eastern homes. (Continued from page 1.) the Postal Telegraph. office heft
:Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bostwtck of Piano: The Sailor's Dance (Newton will be held at the University' of "Today the postal service comes will of the majority or the states LA JVTEY has entered the Insurance busin\lt.!
r Jacksonville Beach, Florida, )-Tommy Ritch. Florida August 8-12, according to closer to tne*, Innermost interests of the Union. I voted to refer to Mr. Gatewood's friends wish hllll
t announce Piano: To A Wild Rose (Mac- Dr. Wilmon Neweul, dean of the of the American people than any our people the proposed lame duck R. F. Carradln, Cor. success In his new field Of e-ndeay.
I' the marriage of their daughter, Dowell), an Indian Lodge (Mac- college of Agriculture. other governmental agency. Without amendment to the constitution and
'!} or.Miss
Dowel1! Stump. The general sessions will be held it business would be Edna
Lois -Marjorle paralyzed shall likewise vote to refer to our Thompson of
r Miss Carol Cain has returned to Macaq
t 1 to Vocal: Spring Is a Lady (Lily from 11 to 12 each day, the remainder and commerce would come to a people the eighteenth amendment.This : Ga., Is visiting her uncle tint!
devotedto Macon, Ga., after a few weeks aunt,
Dr. Earl Hamby Roberta of Jacksonville Strickland), Sunshine of Your of the day being standstill In a few hours. Every is in keeping with my party'a Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten.
visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
Beach, Florida, Smile (Lillian Ray) Evelyn programs for the various groups hour millions of Americans en- platform and Is in keeping with the Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Blount
and Mrs J. L. Harrell. "ra
t m. Saturday, July sixteenth, Stump, Marjorie Stump, accompanist and to recreational'! feature At trust to the post office their let prnclples upon which our great turned to Ft. Myers Wednesday
tr nineteen hundred and thirty-two I the Monday, August 8 general ters and cards, their money orders II Democratic party is founded. I am Miss Louise Thede arrived here after two weeks spent with frleniU
+ '" Jacksonville, Florida Piano: Londonderry Air (Ar- ,session Hon. Nathan Mayo, commissioner and packages in whose safe and perfectly willing for the people of Saturday morning from Rock Hill and relatives here.
} Summer Romance 'of agriculture for Florida speedy South Carolina where she has been _
ranged), delivery they are deeply my state to freely express their
4, BAPTIST W. M.8, TO (StultsBunnie) Canova. will be the principal speaker. concerned. will In the secret ballot box on any studying music. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: ,
MEET MONDAY Piano: Fire Flles( Rolse)-Mar Harry Lee Baker, state forester, "It Is a strange fact that while question. Through the right of ex- Mr. J. T. Moore was attending -
; jorle Stump. will speak Tuesday, discussing the other anniversaries have been com- pression and the privilege to vote to business in Jacksonville last Fields To Run For City Clerk
8a}; ro The business and program meeting Piano Duet: Waltz from "Faust" topic "Forestry for Florida. memorated there has never yet our nation was founded and Is FrIday. I hereby announce myself i
t of the Baptist W. M. S. will be (Gounod)-Marjorle Stump, Bun- Governor Carlton will appear on been a celebration of the birthdayof maintained. My faith In the voters Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten are candidate for the office of city
Q'i' held at the church Monday after- nie Canova. Wednesday's program, while Dean I the U. S. Post Office. Is not of Florida shall continue to abide" visiting relatives in Macon, Ga., clerk, for the City of Starke, jub-
l i noon at o'clock. Circle No. 1l Walter J. Matherly, College of this Bi-centennial year an appro- New Crop Loan Bill this week. Ject to the will and best judgment
r ', with Mrs. J. H. Pitta as leader wlU "SUEETIIEAIITS"[\ PLAY Commerce and Journalism, will I priate one in which to celebrate Mr. Green also announces that Mr. E. J. Roberts attended of the voters in the city election

( y S have charge of the program. AT FLORIDA" UNIVERSITY discuss "The Culture of Agricul- As George Washington was one of the House has agreed to S. 4569 church in Taylor last Saturdayand to be held in September, 1932, es.
ture" at the Thursday session. The I the founders of this great agency and It.Is hoped that the president I Sunday.Mrs. act date to be announced later
8TAKKE MEMBERS QUESTS "" Gainesville, July 21.-Exquisite main speaker Friday will be Mrs. I of Intercoman.unlcatlon" As pathfinder will approve the bill. It provides II J. T. Moore ia shopping in Having held various positions of
+ music, elaborate costuming and Ola Powell Malcolm, field agent\ I and road builder he Jacksonville
OP IIONOR AT I\KK BUTLER helpedto for loans on new adjusted service Saturday. trust with large corporations In
1kII( 1 r ;}ti CIRCLE MEETING stage effects will feature the Vic- for the Southern states with the make the early service possible.As certificates. It also reduces the I Miss Emily Kennard was visit bookkeeping and clerical work, 1
y; .x tor Herbert comic opera "Sweet- Federal Extension Service. Her a member of the Continental her
rate of interest on loans by 3 1-2 ing parents in Jacksonville feel qualified to discharge the
r hearts," to be presented Thursday topic will be "The Permanent Val- Congress be voted for the I, .
(. Members from Starke who en- committee The Interest reduction Is not retro Saturday.Mr. duties of the office In an efficient'
joyed the hospitality of Lakeside and Friday evenings, July 28 and ue of the Home." : which laid the plans for the active. Congressman Green Suggests E. J. Scott of Plymouth, N. manner and if honored with the
Grove, Lake Butler Tuesday night 29 at the University of Florida These addresses will be only a first U. S. System, and as Presi- that the veterans who have C., arrived Saturday night. Mr. position which I am seeking, words
were: Mrs. Inman, state auditor auditorium under the auspices of small part of the educational and dent he named the first Postmaster bonus certificates issued less than Scott represents Jill Brothers of cannot express my appreciation for

twQ t and district manager, Mra. L. S. the opera class of the music department entertaining value the week General. In his message to two years ago, apply to the Jack- New York City, and will be here I the honor, and I assure and prom
{ t Hutto, Mrs. Nat Williams and of the University summer will offer Florida farmers and i congress: he 'earnestly urged extension sonville office of the Veterans Bureau -I for several days. Ise you that you will find me In

; daughters, Gladys and Elizabeth, school. Mrs Alberta Murphree home-makers. Special separa.teprograms of the postal system, and for loans If desired. Mr. Everett Loadholtz of JaCk- the office to serve you, during proper .
r Miss Annie Murrhee and Miss Von- Worth, daughter of the late Dr. A. are being planned for In 1783 he sponsored the first air The house and senate have pass sonville spent the week-end with, hours for such offices.J. .
da Inman. A large class of can- A. Murphree for 19 years president citrus growers, vegetable grow- flight in the U. S. when Jean ed S. 4780 and it awaits presidential his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.P. H. FIELDS

7!y; clldaten were initiated Into the de- of the stato University will ers, poultrymen, crop producers, Blanchard went up in a balloon, approval. It provides for crop C. Dinkins. Starke, Fla. July 12, 1932.
again serve In the capacity of di livestock raisers, dairymen, pecan
of Woodcraft Mrs. Inman ... .... .
green rector. growers, tung oil interests ornamentals a -: -. 'r .I" '-""' ''''' .."", '.. ," !!. ':,.;:;.--":: "!' -' _._(t."r'. .
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was resented, with honors and es- ,:- "1.)11. > .-..- .'...._"_ -r.. ... -- ""._ .... ,. '" _. _ ,
Scenes of "Sweetheai ts" are laidIn lovers, foresters, and
rorted to the rostrum and gave a
Bruges, Belgium. Selection of housewives. A complete tour of the
address on Fraternity.
a After Hplendld the business session! a tempt- the opera was made after a chance College_of_Agriculture! and Experiment
served.V. visit to the Belgium village by Mrs. Station farms ana llvegtocK
salad course wan -
ing Worth on her recent tour of Europe herds will be made Monday after-

\ M. S. MET MONDAY after studying In Paris for several noon. Special entertaining programs -
AFTERNOON months under the famous voice have been planned for each PLEEZ1NGI

teacher, Madame Blanche Machest. evening.

j The Woman's Missionary Society The scenes as depicted by the com- .

i. of the Methodist church held their poser are being reproduced with
monthly business meeting Monday absolute authenticity by a corpsof HARTSBURGMls I
,, { afternoon at the church. The workers under the direction of r FOOD STORES te

,4*,,, } president, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, pre- Mrs. Worth who brought back pic- I Virginia Brantley, Cor
I sided over the business session, and tures of the native haunts made
the devotional service was conducted famous by Herbert.
by Mrs. A. Wood who used as The cast of the comic opera Includes Miss Ethel Perry of Jackson Our '
,9 Yt1; her subject "Christian Steward- 69 members together with a ville, spent several days with Miss ,

,ship." The name of Mrs. W. F. working personnel of fifteen Mrs. Virginia, Brantley this week. LOWEST PRICES
Boulware was entered as a new Worth Is assisted on her direction Miss Florrle Fredell was the
--r f' fTa member and she will belong to the staff by John W. DeBruyn, director guest of Miss Virginia Brantley
t Noble White Circle. of the University of Florida Sunday. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS JULY 22nd & 23rdFINE

Attending this meeting were: Glee Club, who Is In charge of the Mrs. L. J. Perry of Jacksonville ,

Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. J. W. chorus. \ spent several days of this -
t White, Miss Florence Wood, Mrs. Florida's finest singers are included week with Mrs. J. S. Andrews.Mr. GRANULATED 24;
N. T. Rltch, Mrs. A. W. Anderson, on the cast and chorus Huts Harry Edwards was the COffEE Ib.
t Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, selection having been made after a guest of Mr. Joe Brantley and I ,
) Mrs. W. F. Jones, Miss Ollce Ray, number of try-outs by Mrs Worth : Hugh Andrews Sunday. SUGARt/lbs. -. 21 C
Mrs. A. K. Perryman, Miss Amelia who la head of the music depart- Miss Pearl Prevatt was the
Ray Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. d A I ment of the summer school."Sweelheal.ts" guest of Miss Virginia Brantley "" --- ---

JtYi; Taylor. and Mrs. W. F. Boulware. is her sixth suc- Sunday. NATIONAL CALIFORNIA YELLOW CLING
cessive production for the Univer Buck of Hellbronn
BRIDOE CLUB MEETS WITII sity. Last year an >audience of Springs was the Starling guest of Mr. Hugh OAT MEAL 1 pkg. 5c PEACHES 20c size 2 canlIe a
- /
MR. AND MRS.[\ O. ROBINSON 3000 greeted" her musical comedy Andrews Sunday. i
"Irene. Miss Virginia Brantley spent
: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson i Saturday night with Mrs. Lonzo tOe SIZE -- -- :. ,

were host and hostess to members I FAVORITE RECIPES Starling and daughter, Nettle Ruth T PURE CREAMERY
1 Its of their bridge club Thursday eve of Heilbronn Springs. LONG GRAIN HONDURAS

: }, ning at their summer cottage at We are printing each week test- Miss Freda Brown was the guestof BUTTER,1b.!!) - 21c
Ali Kingsley Lake. ed recelpes sent in by the house- Miss Ola Mae Andrews Friday RICESIbs.for1Sc
,, The screened porch overlooking wives who read the Bradford evening.Mr. -- .--. ,--

h 1, the lake presented a pretty setting County Telegraph. Join this ex Ancel Brown of Double Run .. --. 51! EVAPORATED
s for this Informal affair, colorful change and mail your recipes to spent Saturday. night with Mr.
,4'' '; garden flowers in baskets and wall Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Starke, Fla., Jordan Brantley. MALT, Plee-Zing, per can 35c MILK tall 5 2 small 5c

? vases being effectively used in or to the Telegraph. Misses Boots and Freda Brown MALT, Blue Ribbon, per can* 43c t can, C, cans -

g decorating.Five Creole Salad spent Thursday night with Miss _. --,-
progressions of the game 4 of macaroni cooked In --- --
f1, ray } were enjoyed and scores totalled. salted cups water. Virginia Mr. and Brantley.Mrs. Ware of Jacksonville Why experiment when you can buy Flour milled from the finest Wheat grown in the land? You too, can be

;t.r,( Mrs C. A. Knight and Mr. O. L. 2 cups of diced tomatoes \ were the guests of Mr. and 4' proud of your cakes, pastry and bread-JUST USE
Beasley made high, and were given 1 cup of grated cheese. Mrs. C. C. Brantley and Mrs. J. S.
the prizes for the evening. 1 cup mayonnaise. Andrews Sunday. PLEE-ZING FINEQUALITY PLAIN OR

1' c The hostess served a sweet 1-4 cup of sliced stuffed olives. Miss Kate Andrews was the F L 0 U R
; course to the players, who were as 2 tablespoons of minced onion. guest of Miss Ruth Brantley Saturday ( SELFRISING6Ik
follows: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bees.c 1 garlic clove. and Sunday. -

ley. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall, Mr. 1 bell' pepper. Mrs. C. C. Brantley, son and !t 19c 121bs.34c 241bs.64c
( and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Judge and Dash cayenne pepper. daughters, Bryan, Ruth and Alice, - -

aq ; :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mr. and Cook macaroni, and chill. Com- spent Monday and Tuesday in --- -

1 Mrs. R. F. Demorest. bine with other ingredients and Georgia visiting relatives. FRESH WATER GROUND FENDER'S
i serve on lettuce. There was n large crowd that
MRS.!\ "'ALL'ir.rn.s[\ Mrs. J F. Starke Fla.Liw's Mayonnaise pints 19c
Colley, attended the baptism at Crosby
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Lake last Sunday. There were 33
ts .t: Sugar Cookie baptlszed by Rev. John Sellers. Salad Dressing, pints __ _. _________ 12c
i' The and voice of .
= piano pupils 2 cups of sugar. --- .. : '
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friends and parents with a recital 1-2 lb. of shortening. FOR FIRST 0 MONTHS COMPOUND
at the home of Mrs. F. F. Stumpon
2 teaspoonfuls Cornflakes 15cPLEEZING
1 slightly, heaping 2 pkgs. ..
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Walnut street Wednesday afternoon of baking powder. (Continued from page 1.:) 2 lb. Carton 15c 41b. Carton 28c ,

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rooms were tastefully walnut or vanilla flavoring. to serve you a refreshingdrink.
% '' rated with ferns and zinnias. The Flour enough to make soft .
_ Misses Marjorie Stump and Bun- dough. "These celebrations throughoutthe ASSORTED FLAVORS
nie Canova presided at the SOAP CHIPS! 2 phgs l 15c
punch to understand
Cream sugar and butter, add country will help us -
bowl. well beaten eggs, flavoring, baking a little better that the word '35 14c ,
t The following program was well powder and then enough flour to service, which so completely expresses Jelly, oz. jar __-" _......,....__'_u. JK _,... _..-a t:

rendered by the students: make a dough just stiff enough to the post office, Is in Itself AMERICAN OILSARDINES
Part roll and cut. both a faith and a''program of action --- --'-

Plan Duet: The Frog; Bobolink, After cutting sprinkle a little I big enough to solve the great ScansforIGc f
(Spaudllng)-Tommy Rltch and "
sugar\ over each cookie and press national problems of 1932. ,
Ruth Wyman. sufficiently to make It stick. Cook Tells of Fll'llt11' MailA -. .
Piano:Song Bird's Return (John- 6 lbs. Sack 17c 12 lb. Sack 29c
In moderate oven until slightly brief history of the postal ser 5c
eon) Happy Farmer (Schumann i browned. If packed In closed vice was given by Mrs. Young at JELLY 6
cans 24 Ib. Sack 53c OZ. jar C
Ruth Wyman. -- -- -- -- -
when thoroughly cooled they will the opening of her address: :.. ,
Piano: Scale Study Longing for stay crisp sometime. "Representing the post office as WILSON'S. -=- ..-1S
Home (Junghman)-Clara Flume. Original recipe of Mrs. L. A. I do It U my privilege to bring to
Piano Duet: Cradle Song, Boat Davis, Starke Fla.Pecan you a message concerning our MEAT SPECIALS
Song (Bilbro)-Lillian. Stump, great national Institution for the TRIPE can N O. 2 sIze 15c
Marjorie Stump. Pie people, which alone can make a ___ _
Piano: "Mister Soldier Man" 1-2 cup of sugar. neighborhood of tie) nation and can Breakfast Bacon No. 1 sliced lb. 15c
lOra j Hart Weddle) Tommy PLEE-ZING FANCY ,
1 cup of white. karo syrup. transform the continent Into a

_ Rltch. 3 eggs. community. I STEW BEEF, lb. _________________u_ lOc
Voice: The Pipes of Fairyland 2 tablespoonful' of butter. "July 26. 1773, Is a red letter Corn 15c value No. 2 tins lOc
y i (Vaughn) "Oh! Since I Kissed BEST HAMBURGER lb. 15c
r Pinch of salt. date, for on that day the Continental -I ____ __ _
''ft You" (Cadman-Evelyn) Stump. 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Congress, meeting in Philadelphia ., .
r;' Piano: Dawn. Venetlon Love 1-2 cup of nuts. provided for the establishment \j ...mSlfGUOUND CHEESE, Ib. _ ___ _ 17c

rr Song (Nevln)-Marjorle Stump. Mix all together and bake in piecrust of the postal service and' BOILED HAM lb. 30c
=r I' Piano Duet: Qui Vive Galop for about 20 minutes. named, Benjamin Franklin as the COFFEE 1 lIb bags 15c - -- -

ter (Ganz)-Bunnle Canova, Marjorie I Mrs H. L. Brownlee, Starke, Fla.M first Postmaster GeneraL SMOKED SAUSAGE, lb. _ 15cCarradine's
)' Stump. "Without the postal service there -- -. '
k 0Tr Part II CARD OF THANKSWe could have been no union of the -
} ;t4 Piano Duet: The Rooster, The Colonies. It. alone made possiblethe

4 Pendulum (Spaulding) Tommy wish to express our sincere relizatlon of the common interests
Ritch, Ruth Wyman. appreciation for the sympathy, of Massachusetts and Virginia A. H. Green:
Plano "The Secret" (Guutler) kindness and aid, extended to us ,'' Pennsylvania and South

-Clara Flume. In our recent bereavement. Carolina. Paul Revere was) a post
nle Piano: Carplce (Fisher. ) -Bun Mrs. L. W. Klckllter, rider and he and hie fellow postal LAWTEY, FLORIDA PHONE 86 STARKE FLORIDAFRln
Canova. Mrs. E. M. Thomas and employees were advance agents of ,
Piano: "An Important Day" children. -.- '. --".'-. '.. .- .' .
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r" QI I vannah. Ga., Is visiting at the home ,
J i of his grandfather. Mi L. C. Pow

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Mia. J. E. Cutpening, Mlas Leila i j.
Des Andrews and Miss Martha' '. I( ., '

: iDeal r4evg & Toney left Wednesday; to drive to 't\, 1

Marlon, N. C., where they will r '

spend' several weeks. -"::-"- : : :- ---V.--. __- -- -. -. '. : I t
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Concerning Our People, Balinese andProgret ----------

n Mrs. J. W. Adair and sons, Billy i
of the and Town.
v g and Curtis of West Palm Beach MAJESTIC

:a and Mrs. Bob Fuller of Hopklns-

..1I.i!! _____ .................", nned52' : ." .......................:,...._r?casac villa Ky., were guests Thursday;
oeoaoaoa.:: : : 5 >"" 5== of
1l Mrs. W. G. Halle.
WEATHER REPORT Mr. and Mrs. E: S. Matthews and Radios---

.. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon will Dr. J. M. Dell. Sr., and Miss

I 11 Complied by Starke Branch U.It spend several weeks at Klngsley; Jane Smith of Galnesvlle, were

< 8. Forestry Department. lake. among those who spent the week
Two weeks ending July 19. 1932. .- end at Kingsley Lake with Mr. and .

Date Max. MID. Proclp.rs Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montleth and Mrs. S. T. DelL

JulY 6 98 69 children ,are spending a while at Refrigerators : ,

JulY 7 91 13 the Andrews cottage, at Kingsley; i Mr. and Mrs. W J Epperson had

July 8 98 78 Lake. as their guests Sunday, Mr. and 41

I July 9 99 73 -- Mrs, S. A. Plnholcter of Jacksonville

ty July 10 92 74 .O Mrs. H. C. Wall Is spending several Mrs. E. W. Plnholster and

'1 July 11 96 71 weeks In St. Petersburg with) Miss Maribel Belling of St. Peters 10-Tube High Boy Cabinet Superheterodyne ,
68s -
nt July 12 91 her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. C. burg.; .j
69 _
13 97 .
July Dutton.

t July JulY July 14 16 15 100 102 91 72 72 72 --Trt Mrs. J. B. Mills and children of New Jacksonville Mr.York and City Mrs.Miss and Pete Anna Mr.Canova Canova G. Kirk of of Regular.$89.50, priced this week $69.60 { ?::::;:

Mandarin, are spending this week
''n 17 90 70 Lewis were members of a house .
July ..OIt with her mother, Mrs. E. M. 'v'
71 ;
1 July 18 94 Thomas. I party at Kingsley Lake for the ,
19 90 72 .01 week-end '\ "

1\\ July Total rainfall for 2 weeks .11 In. --- 11-TIJbe Short and Long Wave Majestic Superheterodyne 'i :'L:'
Nat Sternberg sex: Thin I"I my
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Remember, only a short time
when I Greatest Clearance Sale. Full Size Cabinet $91.50
4 Folks, I ain't Jokln' aj; now. The "ECLIPSE" Photo. The i

'''f l Is 110 sure puff Sal.Nat.I' finest for the have
this photo we
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss money
I -- ever made. Do not miss It. Come
Georgia Kathryn Haynes and Sunny This Week Special $69.60
n Judge and Mrs.In Jacksonville.F. A. Sweezy; Haynes were in Jacksonville I,I now.Florida.Hoover Bros. Studio, Starke. ,
spent 1 Thursday.Miss .

and Mrs. M. F Brown ol Col. J. E. Futch of DeLand, is
i Mr Sunshine Dell of Gainesville

'Tampa were visiting here Monday Is visiting her uncle and aunt,, with expected Mr. and to spend Mrs. H.the L. Brownlee.week-end 5 Cubic Foot MajeStic Refrigerator, Regular $178.()() t'

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell at Kings- ,
Mrs Futch who is visiting relatives
I Sunny Haynes spent Wednesday ley Lake. here and at the state farm
Blake Week
| at the state farm with Alex will return with her husband Sun $125.00
Mr. and Mrs Frank Carpenter IK ,

Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., motored and baby of Winston-Salem N. C. day. .
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and are guests of relatives in Starke
to Jacksonville Friday spentthe If you wait, you miss it. The

day. this week.. Extraordinary Special Photo, 3 II Small Majestic Refrigerator $114.50 ,
for $1.50. Do not fall to have some r
of New York
Mr. Leo Canova
Must turn stock Into ciuth. Null of these photos made. They are 1,
'!-Nat Sternberg. City and Mr. Pete Canova of Jacksonville beautiful. Hoover Bros. Studio, An Allowance $10.00 on Your Old Ice liar This Week d,
Starke ,
were visitors in v M
Starke, Florida. "
Wednesday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis have
to Kingsley Lake for the Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith of '
moved and Mrs., C. S. Lindsey and Andrews StoreSTARKE
Jacksonville, spent Tuesday with
tummer. two children of Winston-Salem, N.
Mrs. Stith's parents Mr. and Mrs. f rs
C., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. ,y
H. L. Brownlee. They were accompanied -
Mrs. J. E. Conway of Jacksonville P. Carpenter.
home their two
of Mrs. L. W by '
Is the guest
the week FLORIDA R
sons who spent past
Klckliter. Mrs. H. H. Holstein and son ,

Sam. of Moneta, S. C., spent last here. ---_ .. : : .. .-.-- 4-- ._ ". _". .:. _= __ :- .".: :: '- .:' .-:" .__.Cn _._ _._ -,
Little Miss Edith Jones Is visiting week with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr.
her father Mr. William Jones and family.Mr. .
i and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Lester
In Tampa. Price and Vera Claire Robinson at
Edwards and
-- and Mrs. Roy '
tended the meeting of the Suwannee J
Mr. Rex Robinson of Wildwood, daughter, Miss Lucllo Edwards and rr
with his friend, Mr. River Press Association at r r, I .
spent Friday Mrs. E. C. George spent TuesdayIn Jacksonville and Jacksonville

Ray Colley. Jacksonville. Beach Saturday. afternoon. 8,4

Dr and :Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. Jr., Mrs. J. J. Canova returned Sun- i Detailed plans for a week-end A. '

of Lake Wales were visiting friends day from Hartwell, Ga., where she : ..< .. '
here Saturday. had been visiting her parents for house party to be held at Kingsley _____. ._ n .__ _-_ ._ __ -
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Lake July 22 to 21, inclusive, will

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and the past six weeks. I be announced at a regular meetingof "'. ..". -. "...-,,- ,. y
the Landon High School Alumni A
family have moved to their cottageat Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perryman of Association at 8 o'clock Tuesday CENT WORn I I

Lake. Atlanta, Ga., arrived Thursday and
night at the home of Ralph Riffe,
will spend several weeks with Mr. 102 East Louisa street.-Times- COLUMN
Unloading at a tremendous sac- and Mrs. L. A. Davis.

riflc'-St Mrs. J. W. Andrews and children FOR SALE- -Good CaSe piano.
who has been Sale Still On
Miss Pauline Boyd,
Mr and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Jacqueline and Buddy spent spending the past three week with Cheap for cash or terms Mrs.*
and children were visitors In Jacksonville Tuesday in Baldwin with her slater M. Leviton. It
Mrs. L. G. Powell left Tuesday
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Mrs. J. M. Oliver.
Saturday. i. for Worthington Springs where FOR RENT Furnished down
she will visit before returning to stairs apartment with private x : 'tt
Mr and Mrs. Frank Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Middleton
her home in Hardeeville, S. C. She bath. F. A Scott, Phone 54
ion, Mr. Don Hoover spent Sunday Sue of '
and Marjorie
In Jacksonville. Jacksonville daughter, are guests of Dr. and was Springs accompanied by Mr. and to Worthington Mrs. L. G. : Starke,;Fla.- It* Visit Us at Our New Location Next to Hull'sSAME

Mrs. W. E. Middleton. ,, Powell, Billy Powell and Powell LOST- nlty- Starke on ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow and I Gahagan. road 28, 3 mattresses. rug, and
Mrs. D. B. Williams spent Wednesday Little Misses Shirley and Francis tarpaulin. Return to Smith's I',
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In Jacksonville. Colley of Hampton spent Fri Garage. Reward. It LOW PRICE---SAME GOOD SERVICE

day with their grandparent's Mr. i -. ,
I ; ;
Dr. F v. Chappell and Mr. Gerald and Mrs. J. F. Colley. Ii FOR ER: r m for IIghth use- .. .. "' ,
Middleton were visitors in I keeping or eight room house ,_ : '::: : '$I; ',--.- : ,: : 'tl b

Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. Leonard West of Chicago with bath. A. F. Murrhee, Starke,, I
111., was a guest at the home of ner lot. House In good repair STILL HAVE A FEW
T. Tomlinson
Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. T T Long Is spending several Mrs. F. H. Long this week. Mr. Fla. '. 7-15-2t
days at the lake this week West is touring Florida. Starke, a boy July 15.
with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Harden. FOR RENT-6-room house, core 9x12 Linoleum Rugs at $4.75

and brook, Starke, a girl. July 17. garage and other conveniences.Also .
Mrs. W. H. Hoffman granddaughter -
at Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dickerson, furnished house In High
Greatest Stock Destruction Joan Phillips of Clearwater -
8ternlw>rgs. are guests at the home of Theressa, a girl, .July 17. lands, N. C. Mrs. 8. F. Ham- Also Brooms at 15c .''r

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. KINGSLEY LAKE---+CHURCH-- rick. It* ,

Mr Hugh L. Brownlee, Jr., of I
WANTED Will buy I improved ''
Atlanta Ga, is spending his vacation -I Steinberg's Sale starts Friday, There will be preaching at Kings- producing farm with buildings GET THEM WHILE YOU CAN

here with relatives.Mrs. July :22nd at 9 a. m. ley Lake Baptist Church Sundayat on Improved road or will trade

H. A. Bishop and children, Mrs. Alice Langford Is spendinga come.; 10:30: Come.o'clock. Everybody wel thirty Guaranteed year old 15 per business cent last in Ohio.year. All Furniture Reduced 1-3 to 1-2

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott were visitors vacation In St. Louis Mo., with Reason, health. Address Tele-

In Gainesville Tuesday. her and daughter-in-law Mr.,
son > 7-22-21*
and Mrs. J. K. Langford. **.. .-- -- .-- hardware off 1-4
Mas Martha Brownlee Is spending FLORIDATHEATRE iVANTED-To buy a few piecesof

this week In Alachua with her very old furniture (antiques),
cousin, Miss :Martha Hague. Mrs. Angelina' Wells and Miss I tables chairs, dressers and other WE ARE DEALERS FOR BRINDLY PLOWS ',

Marie Saul of Atlanta. Ga., arrived ple<: II. It docffrVt; matter whether

You'll be sorry If you miss Stern- Sunday for a two week's visit with GAINESVILLE: FLA. It is in good repair or not. "
bPrg&Ie.. Mr. and Mrs.. J. A Saul. Prices must be reasonable If notI __ ;:.. '. '. '::... -. .: 1=::':"::'-;;,:': ";' :: :.;, ,: : -, .. :' k

am not Interested. Address r

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Felton Varnadoeof I'KOGltAM: WEEK JULY :2Ut C. E. Parker, 15 E. Adams St., I 4

apent E. 1C Tuesday Perryman In and Jacksonville.Dr. Billy Long. Jacksonville with Mrs. Varanode's, spent the parents weekend TODAY Jacksonville Fla. 5-22-tf. SALE WILL\ LAST TWO MORE BIG WEEKS\ i

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. ICICIIAKD DIV St. Augustine--Lighthouse Park ..djr

and Mrs. Earl Roberts of In Improved.

Jacksonville Beach, were guests of Miss Mona Alderman and little "KOH OK THE DRAGON"A li liI

relatives In Starke Wednesday. Miss Betty Marsburn returned blood and steel battle of Man- Lake Worth New flag pole Starke Hardware ..J I

I Monday evening from a short visit churia today erected on City Hall grounds.REGISTRATION ; t

Miss Martha Powell has return- I with relatives In Tallahassee.Mr. I e

ed home after spending the past)I SATURDAYJ.tMES NOTICE '

week In Jacksonville with friends. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and : CAGNEYIn 3 3tlon
The registration books of Brad
hildren of Gainesville spent the & Furniture Co.
Miss attending with ford county will be open at the office
Hazel Adkins, who Is week-end at Kingsley lake \\INNEIC TAKE ALL"MONDAY
of registration J1
summer school In Galnes- Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins. of supervisor
Ytlle, was home for the week-end. ONLYA each Monday, Wednesday. and Sat
with the first
: Don't fall to attend Sternberg'aSale. urday beginning
presentation of the Old South Monday in August which Is Au- ----- -
L.Ob Boy; What Sale at SternMias .
berg's.Petersburg. "COTTON PICKERS' REVUE" gusOl, between the hours of 9 of electors. hereof, or this no" ... will l>* held l l In I this rollowlnn' ..l.r .... pro. ,. d dust
moved (Vaudeville) o'clock a. m., and 12 a. m., and liar Ib.r...... and all per.ons. Ind"bro.d'' ..d 'lit Bradford Coeal ty alt* ry,
G. C. White Florida ,
Mr. and H. C. .
to raid *M| I are r"'I".d| to pay t..wlt
Loumanda Pinholster of St. this week to Tallahassee, where Mr. On the screen from 2 o'clock p. m., until S p. m-, Supervisor of Registration. their ald dent. forthwith to the. unlernlffnefl ,' V l. {
TUESDAY W'of, 1IF\06:\ "sec' 15. Twp 4
MONDAY & for the registration of electors for wftmlntatrator 8. n. II r" I
was the guest of Mrs. Vhite, who for several years has LEGS"With 722Zt.OTKU. Thl. Und day of July, miMIL.L.UK E. eU. a.'ree. i
w, J. has "MILLION DOLLAR the general electoln In November.The Th. n+Hnmcnt of said properlyumlvt
Epperson for the week-end. been> a state bank examiner -- -- ----- -- 1. JOHYH.t22e1.i4. yl
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books will remain: open until (. Adminl.tralorY1Yrtl'al the Bald rortlUcat l u leadquarters. \ OK DKftinHS A'Mi CIIKO. In the nani of E. U. l'a OAKIE': ANDY CYLDE --- -- --
JACK October' which Is the "
11re. S. p.: midnight irons t'nlee. said r.rtiftrate shall b. r.- 1
Van-llvlere and brothV of the month Nolle I* hvrvtax .I..n l that all O*' Af>PI"K'tTIO* Poll dacinail aoi'ordlnK to law. tax deed
V Mr. T. J. A lerman, went to Miss Kate Inman of Tallahassee second Saturday proceeding creditor. Ucatoi, distribute and TAX MKfc.1: will 4...u. thereon on the )2n4 day aia 1
August this week. WEDNESDAY the general el ctloD. No all pron havlnir claim aaalnutth No tie. Ir" herchy Klven that t: FOrim of August A. t>. 1SJI ,,
Ga. here
tfc first of the week pent several days wiJI be allowed to register ..tat. of Horace Mabry d*. holdor. of tax certificate. Nn3i2. > r>..,. and' were accou janled home by lisa Inman Is the daughter of the JACK HOLT person; cad are hereby rqu. ...t." to pr.> the 7th day of July, A. I;,. Iran, IIJ2. 7P
**. S. p. Vand-vlere to C. W. Inman who at one In at any other time than during the _nt heir claim to the Honorable ,, ha* filed aaH certificate In my of o w. ALDERMAN
who a ate Rev.
Gardiner, County Judge of flee and mad. application for t. '
no A. ll Clerk 'i
for the o* Circuit ( ourR
herein provided opening -
Iuest at the bom'! of Mr. and Mn. line was pastor of the Methodist I "BEHIND THE period' Hr..dfor Q' W. Alderman church here of said book for registra- approval. within one year from dttt 'with law, Hold. aertlfiesi..mbr.c.. 7II.Sl..n.n. ; ,i'


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f +-.-.-. --j f - ___._ _._ _u cent of it falls in the class of good On farms! where many grasshoppers and. as a result, -it has been -

r I beef Twenty percent Is classed as are noticed now .is the time eluded that ginseng cannot ton!
;I THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY I third grade, while 65: percent goes to get rid of them before they ma- cessfully cultivated in this locaHt sue

4 "The Voice ef Florida" t> I Into the class of poor beef. ture and require much more food. According to our Investigation;

Mr. Watson suggests a poison bran ginseng does not
Anyone riding through our coun- From these figures Florida cat- grow naturally
i' Conducted Byn.S cannot that bait as the best method for con- Iin Florida. We have
ty help but notice the fine tlemen can see a large pore received sey.
Farm radio fans will be offered condition of the cattle. They are tion of the choice beef and over trolling them. It's made by mix- 'oral reports that this plant hoe

I. T. DYER, County Agent many helpful suggestions next beginning to show just how good a half of the good grade consumedIn ing a pound of paris green or a I been found growing In the wid] III

MIS PEARL JOIiDAN Home Demonstration week over WRUF In programs cow can look when It is free of Florida must come from out-o- pound of white arsenic with 25: this state, but upon Investigation
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sponsored by the Florida Agricul- ticks and has plenty of good green state cattlemen. At the same time pounds of bran. These should be these reports were found to be un

1 tural Extension Service. Hints for grass to eat. That doesn't seem we are producing more than twice mixed thoroughly and moistenedwith true.

FARMERS' WEEK OFFERS the housewife will be given each like a lot for a cow to ask, but the amount of poor quality beef 2 1-2 gallons of water in S
INSPIRATION VACATION morning from 0:45: : to 10, EST and just think how long we let them Florida consumers demand. which two or three oranges or Right of way being cleared for
n FOR MEN AND WOMEN I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES!: the Florida Farm Hour will be on suffer before we rid them of the With the eradication of the cat lemons have been ground up, anda rebuilding state road No. 8 between

i the air from noon to 12:45: : each day pesky little parasites. tle tick and the trend away from pound of salt and a quart of molasses Avon Park and Sebring.
(By Spuds Johnson) Weekly from Hem Deosonsfcrsv- with the following talks: the no-fence law, the breeding of or cane syrup has been add- BarbAville Construction un.

Shine up the old flivver Yon Specialist, Tallahassee.PEACH Sat., July 2&-What Farmers' Many farmers throughout the better catttle Is in order, :Mr. Tim- ed. The mixture'should be moist derway on Astor Barbervlll.

And make It look sleek U. --11 Week Win Offer Citrus Growers. county have taken advantage of mona explained. lIe advocated the but not sloppy, and should be scat- stretch of road, about five mules
Get the family readyTo E. F. DeBusk. What the Farm the scattered little showers of the use of purebred bulls to produce tered in late afternoon or early long, when completed, and wui
attend Farmers' Week. RECIPES Board Head says about the Farmers past week to act out berry plants. good grade calves, and improved evening. It should treat about five connect state road No. 55 with No.

Trading Power. Berry setting is one time when If Feeding and .management of the acres. 3 here.
Announcement ha come from Peach! Butter Tues., July 26 Okra InsectsJ. -I opportunity knocks the farmer has herd, showing from the study that I Stuart Wilbur Jones opened

.* 4+, the Agricultural Extension ServiceIn Use 4 quarts rlpes peaches, sugar -. R. Watson. What Farmers' to go to the door, even if there is a I such practices were paying cattle GINSENG CULTURE IS fruit stand recently.
Gainesville that the 11th annual and juice of 1-2 lemon. I Week Will Offer Vegetable Grow big meeting on at the church just men. NOT SUCCESSFUL IN Lakeland J. Buttgenbach and

Farmers' Week will be held at the Dip the peaches! first In bolting ers-M. R. Ensign. Farm Ques- up the road. S STATE, TESTS SHOW Co., pioneer phosphate mining concern .
;} College of Agriculture from Auf tion Box. GRASSHOPPERS SHOULD opened office.
water then In cold water and slip
w ,
lyt( gust 8 to 12. Members of the Wed., July 2T-What Farmers' There is no reason why Bradford BE KILLED EARLY WITH Ginseng doesn't grow very well Cocoa Drainage system in
rwt't Spuds Johnson family have found; off the skins./ Cut In pieces and Week Will Offer Onamental county should not have a million POISONED BRAN 3AIT in Florida. That la the conclusion Virginia Park, subdivision in south.\

from past experience that attendance cook until very soft. Press thrua Lovers Harold Mowry. What dollar berry crop next season, but reached by pharmacologists In the western part of the city improved.

at these Farmers" Week pro.' colander and measure; to each Farmers' Week Will Offer Bee- plenty of berries will have to beset Grasshoppers are beginning to 'University of Florida College of Quincy Bell Lumber Co., cap.

grams Is quite worth while, and pint of pulp alow 1 cupful sugar. ceepera-R. E. Foster. Printer for out to do It. The more berries, be abundant In many sections of Pharmacy, after several years of ItaUzed at 950,000, chartered tee

are hoping to meet a very large Mix peach pulp, sugar and lemon Town Farmers. I the more buyers, and competition the country due to the heavy crop tests. In response to numerous cently to engage in lumber biul.
i number of farm men and women juice and cook until of the consistence Thurs., July 28-What Farmers always makes for better prices. If last year and to the mild winter. inquiries on the subject, Dr. B. ness.Dade
1 Week Will Offer Livestock and Florida Is out of the belt thatIs V. Chlstensen, professor of phar- City Remodeling
from all parts of the state In of marmalade. Pour into I we have a crop like that the depression just work
41 'i1 u. Gainesville during the week this sterile jars and seal at once. Or Crops Farmers-W. J. Sheely and may still be on in 1933, seriously damaged by grasshoppers macology, has made the following underway in Williams Department

year. wash thoroughly nice, ripe peaches; W. E. Stokes. Creep Feeding of but somebody will have to come but often they do considerable :: reply. Store.

The announcement nays the programs cut and remove pits, It free stones. reef Calves-W. J. Sheely. along and remind us about It. I damage to citrus, truck and Cultural experiments with gin- .
tilr', begin at 11 o'clock Monday Cook In their own Juices until soft Fri., July 29-Program by Ala- field crops, says J. R. Watson, entomologist seng have been carried on in the o ...... .. ..

;4 & morning with an address by Nathan enough to put through dllver to remove chua Chapter, Future Farmers of Farmers who are lucky enoughto with the Florida Experiment University's medicinal plant gar-

'r'' Mayo, commissioner of agriculture, aklns and pits, If clings; America. have late corn are getting bet- Station. den during the past several years, I I

k and they will close at noon Friday, measure pulp; allow half as much .- ter prims for it. The Jackson- ATLAS

s, b August 12. Harry Lee Baker, sugar as pulp. When pulp Is heavy FARM. HOME INSTITUTEAND ville market,_ until recently six I i,
k state forester, Is scheduled to add sugar and cook until clear and CAMP IS PLANNED cents Is now from ten to fifteen I II I
?f'' speak Tuesday at noon. Governor of the desired consistency. PourIn FOR WESTERN FLORIDAA cents a dozen. Kind of makes us ''j The Standard'Oil

r 1 Doyle E. Carlton Wednesday at hot sterile jars. Seal and pro- wish we had planted the vacantlot HEALTH i m *. HOME I I

noon, and Dean Walter P. Mather. cess immediately. farm and home institute for next to the Telegraph office. I Tire Guaranteed
ly Thursday at noon. Dean Math- 'Practical Studiesrrr '1LrMs
ream Ice Cream West Florida will be held at Choc-
4r erly has a rather peculiar subject tawahachee Bay July 28 and 29, You housewives who have a cer ''I I One YearFrigidaire
4'' -The Culture of Agriculture-but i Use 2 cupfuls milk, 2 cupfuls according to an announcement byJ. tain dish that makes the whole and
'. no doubt will have something Interestlng cream or evaporated milk 3 cup Lee Smith and Miss Ruby Mc- family smile when you set it on the ..............
and Inspiring to tell the,fuls peach pulp, 2 1-2 cupfuls sugar table, send the recipe in to the By Dr. ERNEST! II. LINES .
David of the Florida
2 visitors./ A woman-perhaps Mrs. 1 tablespoonful lemon juice. Extension Service. The Agricultural Institute Telegraph. Other folks may like ...,.,.. AutliarOy and Chir/ Medical' DfrwOTNew
frk Lit Iiuunuic Campa
Ola Powell Malcolm of the United Peel ripe peaches and put througha will be held at the 4-H club camp it too. It may be the very thing I
States Department of Agriculture coarse sieve. Add sugar and near Nlvevlllo. some young bride needs to make
will be the speaker at the closln)B lemon juice, stir well and allow to her husband forget about the burnt LIGHT AND VENTILATION :
4 program Friday. stand while preparing the cream. Drinks and fish, and lodging for biscuits she gave him for break-
Programs have been planned to Add milk and cream gradually to, the night will be furnished while fast (If there are any left who IN selecting: : the home, to buy or rent, nothing Is more important than to find i J the three year guar-

t run all week in such subjects as peach pulp and freeze. farmers attending should bring give their husbands biscuits for house, or apartment, that receives good sunlight.: It should not be dark,
n i citrus fruits, truck crops, farm Peach Cake other things they desire to eat. breakfast). There are too gloomy; or damp. Overcrowding, especially in sleeping; quarters, tends to Increase i anted electric ref rig-
and livestock There will be no charges for the .. many contagious diaeMPS. .Adeq ventilation. is necessary,esp ..ily a'i -
4 and I I'ti
crops poultry, In the
people for
county to
Cut top off loaf of you from
a sponge or institute. night. Opening one window the erator
subjects of Interest to The be Rooms should have enough window '
'ti women. neighbors with all of them,
good plain cake and remove center, The women's will top aud'another at the bottom, even
'j,, ; beekeeping program will open program consist let the Telegraph space to admit sufficient natural light';
Tuesday morning and close Fridayat leaving a shell about 1.2 inch I of work in home improvement, you.MORE exchange recipesfor in the adjoining room,may Ii vo enough to prevent eye strain. Roughly the I I
thick. Mix together 3 tablespoons I food conservation and ventilation if the intervening door of window
4 noon. A short forestry program planning area space shoulJ be For sale bySnlith's
sugar and boiling water and boll 3 is left but drafts should be
will be held Tuesday afternoon, and economical meals. The programfor 111011 avoided.open; I about one-sixth that of the floor'!
minutes. Add enough powdered the will be about QUALITY and if windows should
a tung oil and men mainly space possible,
r t pecan program sugar to make an Icing _that can field crops, pastures, and lives-, BEEF IS!I NEEDED TO reach! almost to the ceiling to enable ,
;iJ Thursday there afternoon. It seems that be easily spread. Cover rim and stock. FILL HOME DEMAND J>unr>i warm ".*->'lier it is a good the light to get to the back of the i Service
t+ are enough programs to Interest sides of cake with Icing and Farmers who would like to attend --- idea to leave all doors open at night. rooms. I
t, nearly anybody who Is farm. Florida does not produce An inside catch-lock or chain fastenedto
sprinkle thickly with enough
4 chopped pecans ; can get more information Artificial should} '
ing or expecting to farm in Flor- high quality beef to meet her de- entrance doors will make it possible nun-
Ida and anybody who la in the center or cocoanut. Fill about the institute from their mands but she produced a 'I to lenvo theso doors partly open with i light as much as possible, ampin to) Station
housekeeping business sliced sugared peaches county or home demonstration of surplus safety Another good idea would be nee to work by but not too glaring.J J
heaping them Serve with poorer grades. That's the \
up. plain agent. Electric light. is probably brat because
For education, Innlpratlon recreation cream. It was recently explained in a rad- I to open the akylighto, the chimn..yvalves
and tho doors of all it does not consume oxygen from the j
vacation la the Startle Fla.
way they io address D
by ; E. Timmons, marketing '
air of the ,
room, nor it give
8' Sweet I't'iU'hcid that have exhaust vents. The : out
Spiced warm
,;, ; lay tho week will 1 be planned. NINETY-FIVE
s PERCENT economist with the Florida to the air any WAste products. Light. .........
Farmers and impure air can turn rise through - -4JaIL
and Put In
their wives kettle
would 3 1-2
do of
pounds DUVAL DAIRYMEN JOIN Agricultural! Extension Service.
rf them mediums to tho skies. should\<1 not fall directly on the eye
well to take a little vacation and sugar, 1 pint vinegar, 1 pint of BETTER MILK LEAGUE A. study of 91 beef herds In but should come from the side (Ir
+. y get inspiration and recreation while water ginger root 1-4 whole West
ounce Florida shows that about 93 Ventilation is also important in behind the shoulder.
r they are going to classes and learn. cloves 1-2 ounce, stick cinnamon Jacksonville, Fla. With 018 percent of tjje beef produced in cold weatLor whoa fires and other OVER R ORIIFO
++,'d ing the last word In all lines of 1-2 ounce. Bring mixture to boil. percent of the dairymen in Duval Florida is consumed in the state. heating apparatus increase the rate QUESTIONS.An f
{ti ,, farming and home-ranking. Let stand over night to absorb county joining the Duval County Thus, Mr Tlmmons said, we should at which the pure air in the house is
and mothers should
L t:' The University la! placing all of spice flavor. Strain and add boilIng I Better Milk League was recently study the demand of Florida con- COII-IUtHtd. lu this connection it maybe be able wives to answer them question: I.
IU facilities at tho disposal of vial- hot to Jar or can; or prefer- formed here, according to County sumers and strive to supply It. mentioned that a good many X. What should\ be first health I
rh, fl tors, and' the only costa are for ably, pour over prepared peachesand Agent A. S. Lawton. Nine leading An official of one of the largest people avoid ventilating houses in consideration in buying or renting -

room and board. | let stand over night. Then dairymen in the vicinity were packing plants in the Southeastsays cold weather through: a_falso sense a home :a. Name two aids
!?,'' drain oft, boll again and add to named directors, V. C. Johnson was that Florida consumers want of economy. They imagine that once to ventilation of home in warm I
'!4'' When a farmer neglects his soil I peaches that have been packed In named secretary and general man- about 25 percent of their beef of a house is healed up it costs leu to weather? 3. How much window
t, he neglects his greatest asset. jar. Process 12 to 10 minutes. ager. the choice grade, about 25 percent keep it warm than to heat I U up ppnrrtiOioti', < rooms have? I
r k. The organization now controls good, another 22 percent of the again if the room becomes cold.
Titusville -. Indian River Fruit Hialeah Live and Let Live about 0,000 gallons of milk dally, third grade, and the remainderpoor As a matter of fact, it costs lens to .....'......1M1.N.-O.

,f Products, Inc., consider erection of I Drug Store, operated by William L. and will exert every effort to stabilize > grade beef. He says that only heat up a room full of pure air thanit Thil.19 gee trratut of a sense of 12
new fruit canning plant at Wiley Farris, opened at 3520 N. W. 17th but not necessarily raise about 5 percent of our beef can be floes to keep'warm a room already artitUi on Health in the //am The f
ht r avenue at cost of 1 1S: ,000. I avenue. milk prices In Jacksonville. classed as choice and about 10 per- charged with carbon dioxide and third wilt be on Bath and Cart iff
other impurities. tin Skin.
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........:.-." .,.. "..."........-.:: ". .... I I FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING OF THE NEW RIVER I- Court. T\v'nty-8lmh' Judlolal I'Milt 1 Mnnh. .!
,. ... : ... I 199n(I. has 'lI..d said Ttlfloato In my : ::: ll'h Htm CuiiipaMy. a.i >>rpI > '
--. .. ,-.-:;; ..::" -- I .frio" ami n>mo npntltatlon.. for tax In and for; rii . .,,,,' "- -- & ASSOCIATION xi">ciiiiirH' under, will T ) ?
."""...< I '. {&j if I with law "' .Id. .., t\.10\ |. nt.embraroH 1''.. ('.irli-r" i-oniplnlnant, VIM sue J. W. Alviirca, d<-,'e need. urn do fen'I. .
COte : .' B I WillI't the fol!"/.\\ inn, ri iirrli' >t.d property Clni-a' }1. I'ait.T.. diirndanl dlvure.r nets 1, Ul'- UndlM'HlKIM'd. 'UN HpO'l.il.\ P,
y7s : With the New Hope Baptist Church Hltunt"I ; In Hrudrnrd :County. Plor- rell f tuii.ii-d( : for b0inglb : llastet'1111 ell f',r sash < >' (
: : ;; .,;,1j _..< Idn. t.-"-U : thnt the :di ff>ndnnl: lea Mldtnt, of hl 'hvxt and Ii.., bidder at h"'IL.'i,: ;
July 30th and 31st. Iota I. I, II, 12 of Tllk. SO Ward n ululu or manly other than Florida door.. .of the court house In Stark' 1
City, /8r! >c. 8, Twp. 7 M. U. SO Kant. lo-wlt the City ot Lumberlon. stale ". "",..." County Klnrldn on Monday -
1Iord is a lamp mile my fed and alight ante my prtL-Piala 119:ios. 10 a. m. Devotion by Rev. S. S. Proctor.. The assessment of said property of North Carolina and la over, the (hi- first day of August, A. n. ,
under the I said rertlrirnte Innueilwa new r..r. twonty.one year and that IIKU. during. .. the legal hours of rate q
1 'In \the name of P. A. Cronhy.VnleMn I .ta no peraon in the slain I of for the purponn' of entlxfylng suns
: unf taimne All reUtfoua teaching, doctrine or 10:30.: The Value of A Fifth Sunday Meeting to *..I" orrtlflcnte! shall. hari Florida service personal pioo<>** final decree, the following drsaribwt l T ;
Jjjhf' f iiJOrWS11 creed if they are to have any\ claim >n><>m<> love loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with Our Churches, by L. L Conner; 15 minutes Bro. deed will Issue tnernn on the 15thdUV mild defendant.It Flurldn. to-wlf ( ,
won into At August A. n. 101.Pnt Iw ordered that the defendant, All\ hat( '. trnct .nf .
the Christ whose words fit land dencrlit|
Jesus fold
teachings of every and crnice'Ithl Bowers ; 15 minutes C. Sullivan ; 15 minutes," Bro. G. '''d thin .th day of July, A. D. Clara It. Carter appear... to the bill ot.tomnlMlnt IIN follow: Hounded. on the North. I'V'
heart and of whom it was said in John "NEVER MAN on the IH day ot id
human 7:46.: a,, Auguat. limits of N. I M. Ilngniiinn or Thumb' 4',
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." P. Raymond; 15 minutes. O.) W. ALDERMAN A.. 1>. 1942. otherwluo H decroe rueonfneso .on lot. un the Month by Center. Hi.
(Sen!) Clerk of Circuit Court will l ho entered against nor .and on the Knet by Florida Centraland ';
and Union counties Invited thla de- 11:15.: Sermon by Rev. J. L. Norris Tlrndford for her failure to appear
Bradford are and ; alternate L. G. County Florida./ It I. further ordered. that thl Peninsular: Hallway Company 1
Iwtm4nt; or news of church activities, organizations announce- Hemingway. T-lB-Ht-d-12./ order, be published once a week for ,HiMithenKt landH, less. lou feet square out oi th*

;; freely given and no charge made-the only requirement I NOTICH four ooiiKwvulive, weeke In the Bradford corner of Hiild land, con
:;; Space! OP APPLICATION FOIl taining Nine acre more or le... and.
that; such Item. reach thla office before Wednesday morning 12:30.: Noon hour. TAX: UF.F.II of County general Telegraph circulation, a newepn-. iiebiMT, In the Northeast quarter of I< ,, +
5ibg they cannot; be handled for current! ; Iwue.I Notice- hereby artven, thnt n. In per, llradford : published the Nnrthenet. quarter. of Section r
.-JAR S. Darts, holder ot Tax CertificateNo. County Florida. Twenty-one (II).
1:45.: Devotion by T. B. Pinholster. Witness hand. Township Six (It
and the officialBeat
I U', Ith day of August A. n. my Smith. change Twenty-two' ((11) eaet i li
1)SS, hue filed said of said court this the land tiny Alan fraction ;
certificate In a of HectlonN Klxteoiiand
unto the Lord-Fear not standstill 2:00. Roll Call of June. A. D. 1111
ye and Business. office .
my and made application for Tweniy.one, Township Mix ,
li I' SUNDAY SCHOOL II III and see the salvation of the lax: deed, to Issue thereon In accordance (Soul) Clerk a.of w.the Ai.nm.infAN South" II........ ", ,,"IY-I WO I II) K*(5)t, I {

LE8SO2TFOR Lord-the Lord shall fight for you 2:15.: Gospel Plan of Financing the Church Work > .with the law.i1ald following/! described certificate property emracee .- Mradford County Circuit, Plurlda Court, dencrllx'd point. In the aa follow center. : Hezlnnlng of the transit at H
I .1 and ye shall hold your peace-Go Rev. G. E. McCauley, 15 minutes ; Ero. J. T. Quigley situated. In county Florida to- FRANCIS rtolUH.Aa.H. UUMj.rlolloltorn ., railroad 41" feet North from an Iron i.
forward We cannot know wit pest in center of said railroad tract
always Bro. Charlie Carter 15 minutes ; Bro. C. R. Neal. Runt half nf lots I, 5. I of Block ..U..7.n. Complainant. ulcer Temple'.., Store" : thence runVeHt 4
JULY 24, 1032 Just when to hold our peace or It. Orl rlnal Town of Starka. In Section \ Fourteen degrees. North Man

"stand stlU"-go forward but always 3:15.: The Value of Organized l SH Townahlp. t, South Range !NOI'IfM OF 1I1''I'N"1I.N! feet iht'iice' North' .Fourteen. degreeaVt I
work by S. S. It Fnsi.The: \ : Subject: The Deliverance at the trust God. Proctor 20 minutes Rev. G. eHrnent nf said property. Notice I* hereby given that underand North. to center 0l'r Railroad:
Haw fortunate that ; P. Raymond 20 minutes. under the said certificate lued ...... by tit rue of that certain flnnl thence along' (he center of v .
I Red Sea.Goldea .111 person In the name of U. C. Sweat and 81lriilee *. decree of foreclosure made and ri-n-. Maid. rnllroud tract to point of beginning iJ
Closing "Let r
Hymn Others
Text: The Lord ia my who can see God in his troubles See Jesus in You. tn.. tervd on June ilrd A. 1). 10.13, by cnntnlnlnw. \ twenty acre. moreor "

and song and he Is become and have faith for deliverance. Bald. certificate hall. be re* Honorable. A. 7.. Ailklne, Judge. nf le.n, I3XCUPT: five acre old tuR. '. ,
rtrength( Sunday A. M. 10 O'clock leemeit. according to law. tax deed the th Judicial. Circuit ot )<'In.1 -. ',1'
my salvation. Exod. 13:2.: will )..ne thereon on the lt dar Ida In' that certain "".... wherein ,. K. r-KRIIYMAN. .
Central Truth of the Lesson: DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS Devotion by Rev. J. E. Newton. L cif AuarUHt A. n. 1922noted I Joeph K. Wilson, ae liquidator for Kpeclnl I Master 'In Chancery \ ." ),
this SDth day of June, A. Kradford Comity Hunk, a corpnrutlou A H. fltKWH J 'ii
The Angel of the Lord encampethround D.> 11132.: le pomnlalunnt' and A. K. Carantaan .Hnllclior for Complainant. ;
How to Gain All Seek first 10:20.: Sunday School-Superintendent i in charge. 1 y'
about them that fear him ye O. W. ALDERMAN Deim Curantaa. Jamea KIIK- 7-l-ftt-7-29. S.
the kingdom of God, and his right. Clerk of Circuit Court, wt
and dcllvereth him. Psa. 34:7.: 11:00.: Sermon by Dr. Solomon. .: ("Sal' .) Bradford. County, Florida. 1 ,
and all these shall
eousness things
and Place: About B. C. ; 7-l.6t.7-S9. -
rime be added unto you.-Matt. 6: 33. 12:15.: Noon hour. :
Red Sea and the territory

;east and west thereof. The Only Help-For July 23 I the Lord 1:30.: Devotion by II II. Lewis. ,#. 0'1'11iI OP Aprt.irtTioNTAX: : uFlcnNntlce FOR r-: Do You;Know ?

Introduction:, la hereby. given, that T. A I
Last Sunday's lesson closed with thy God will hold thy right hand 1:45.: Roll Call of Churches. ,; Drown holder. of Tax Certificates'o.

saying untb thee. Fear not; I will 48 Kih July' A. r>. 1(9(1( "
the Egyptians!: urging the Israelitesto thee. Isaiah 41 13., 2:00.: W. M. U. Program. :r: line fund i'.P'cr .8 In; my office s ,
help -- :
leave their country the last of \" end intuit Hpplluntlon for tax
July 84 3 ::00. Song Service. r dead to iHHiie thereon In accordancewith
ten plagues having caused the ,s. '
the law Pnlil certificate embracee
God Is Merciful-Thou art God
death of the first born of every a 3 ::30. Adjournment. ,t'' the following rleecrlhotl "propertysltttst.d 1 4 !
ready to pardon gracious and 'In Ilradford. county, Florida !
the Hebrews
| household In Egypt except merciful slow to and of to-wltr 3
the was anger r.ot one (1) nti-vc'k seventeen. on .
by whom passover L. G. HEMINGWAY Moderator\ .il
great kindness.-Nehemlah 9: 17. In War| Pity Hecllon 8 Twp., 7, S'I 4 t 1 ''t/y I .i
U. CO Is'a.t a. tA'IC _
kept.This was the beginning of Jewish July 25: T. B. PINHOLSTER Clerk. Tim iiHH;.."ment of sold. property I JF
God's Infinite Love-For Godso under. the Haiti. certlflrnte IWPUIM. wan ,. t
I history In which God was first that he In the nnma of airs f) ,V. Mdltiea.UnliKM .
revealed to them. They picturedto loved the world gave unlit certlflcnle' Khali h.. redeemed 5 .
the water standingas his only begotten son that whoso- nrrnrdlnff. to law, tax" deed '
themselves belleveth In him should not wiltnun thereon on the lat l day of
ever : I In.
a wall upon the right hand and Women Discover How Aucut, A. O. 19.13.
while the pillar of perish but have everlasting life.- Jelly W. ALDERMAN
the left
upon Clerk of Circuit Court
John 3 16. +
light was turned towards them and : ((8..1) Tlmilford County Florida. :
Can Be Made in Winter 7-l-Bt-7-29.
the cloud rested on their oppon July Xtt

ents. By faith as the author of A Morning Prayer-Create In mea O"l'I1 OF 1'1".11(1" FOIl _

the Hebrews says they passed clean heart O God; and renewa 'fix U"F.U:

through the Red Sea as on dry right spirit within me.-Psalm Notice lit hereby. given, that John 5r, n ,; ee 9 ( ? I IOTi

land which the Egyptians essay- 51: 10. M. ttevmore holder of Tax Orllfl-! ,

Ing to do perished. In the exaltation July 27 : : t4h of rate August Nn 16,A.City I>. 1021 nf >Hlurke. h... filed nth eulil day. ;

of freedom there burst from Where Is Your Treasure certlflcHte. In my office. and made,

them that remarkable hymn of Where your treasure is there will i nnnllcatlnn for tax" dyed to l I..NUeIhvrnnn
In arcordiincn' with .taw Said. *tffe
which the burden Is, "I will sing your heart be also.-Matthew 6: certificate embrace the following

unto the Lord for he hath triumphed 21. described property situated, In. Cityof
ir "MtHi-ke' llrndfonl ,county Flor- ( &W i 41 i,
gloriously; the horse and his July 28. Idn. towiltLou !
9, U, 10 of Block SB, 1 T. kCnmpnny'
rider hath he thrown Into the sea. *
Perfect Peace-Thou wilt keep .
Addition to Hl .rke.The ** iHKfllHAT
The blow was struck at the oppressor him in perfect peace whose mind is BBKDHHinent: of xalil property:
not by their own arm but under' the said certlflcnle iKHiied wan
he trustethin
thee: because .
stayed on In the name. of Llvlng-nton, Truhy A
by the power of God. This Is the tbee.-Isaiah 26: 3. Company.I'nlPKN' .

marvelous event which is the themeof s : still: certificate shall be redeemed I
according to law, tax deed
todays lesson. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST will ,issue therenn on the *'lh day. of I
Early on the morning of the fifteenth August, A. I D.: 1992Unted
I till 7lh day. of July A. D.
of Nl.san the day after the Justification by Faith 19.12. I

pajuover, great companies of'.Israelites n. w. Ar.nEiiMAN.: :
((8enl) Clerk nf, Circuit Court
speeded by the Egyptians (Concluded) Ili'Rilford. County. Florida.Ollllllll .

set out for the appointed rendezvous 29. What bears witness to the ''f./I-lil.-II./ d

at Succoth. In Succoth as genuineness of the righteousness >. -- OK '-"'"'."" eTlor AM- II-- ,a, r p '

sembled according to Num. 1:48: obtained by faith apart from the 1.ras.as..rrsres..esr MOTICH TO /tri'HAUNOTICR I'A.,4. C./I./ NOli..., .//I...."( } "? N',

no fewer than 603,550 men. Add deeds of the law? \ ] la hereby. .given 'lo J. M.f1nalalrdl .
the women and children and the and wife, Myrta lairlnlrdlof although' many years were" spent 'In ,Investigation It was not .
"But now the righteousness of 721 Wllll Avenue, Han Jose Callfnrnla JL
until 1929 that It aatabllahad that the of
entire must have was definitely neating place i
migration com and to the unknown heirs
God without the law is manifest dovlMee, Krantee or other claimant the blue Poole )I. on Baffin, Island which llea north of the Hudson Straits rand
prised more than two million souls. being witnessed by the law and the under J. J. Morgan d'UMmre
Moses took with him the bones of prophets." Verse 21. .and each of them and tn all peraon such a chase Ie I shown above.anFe.L .
having I or claiming any Interest In
Joseph carrying out that great 30. Does faith set aside the law the following I deHcrlhed land, lying

man's request that his remains of God? "Do we then make void .soil being In the county' of Bradford
Htnte' of Florida 10.wlllTh. 4
should find a final restingplaceIn
the law through faith? God forbid North half of the Bnutheaiit "
his dear home-land of Canaan. ; yea. we establish the law." quarter, less. rlerht-of-way of the A. i4
The ordinary route to Canaan --r.-Uv" 'i R. K. A II. Hallway being a strip ;j.
Verse 31. 200 feet wide .across. Miimn. and the
would take them northeastward 31. What scripture shows that woman does not look with there .IK lens wAnto In them than In HoutheaKt' quarter. of the 1.Norlhenetquarter

right across the desert by far the which is receivedby WHAT' : on her quickly emptying fresh fruits Dried apricot Jam la + : ; all being In Beotlnn bight
the righteousness .
CB), Townvhlp South,
seven (7)
used for
most delicious and can be
Ihorteat way; but that would car through faith must not Jelly cupboard around this time of Range Twenty nO) Kant, containing
ry--the nation of ex..slaves into grace year! And wonders Just what can cake fillings\ for topping puddings. 11* acre, more or l.....
the be made an excuse for continuingIn take the place of thoao sparkling and with moat meat dill he.... That you and each of you .are Sat
territory of the warlike Phillatinea. -
sin 7 "What shall we say then ? Dried Apricot Jam hereby. notified that you have linen
Jehovah knew that a long dainty Jams and f Jellies-accessories mad. partle. Itefendant. lo the lull L
Shall we continue In sin that grace which add eo much to the 4 cup .f2 IbM, prepared fruit of Coinplnlnt' filed. III the Circuit' t.. ,.
course of training was needed to How 7 cup 13 Iba.1 I augur ,, : Judicial Circuit ,
may abound God forbid. enjoyment of otherwise common Court of Florida. 211th l

strengthen and consolidate the Hebrews shall we that are dead to sin Jive place meals But she need not be I bustle:3V4 I \.!! fruit cup pectinAdd water to V4 pound In 'Chancery,: In' and I. In for: that llradford certain I County.: rnune 95 rIk'S: f: 1

and so turned their course any longer therein?" Rom. 6: 1. 2. dl maYld. for now delicious Jams dried apricots Cover let stand 4 entitled the Federal Lend Hank. nf $5 ?. : I

abruptly to the south, that they 32. Does faith exclude works? and Jellies can be made In winter' hours or overnight. Then timmer. Columbia. a.> corporation, plaintiff, '
Hnrlxira widow' eta
vervon Morgan ,
might make a wide detour across "But wilt thou know 0 vain man, time, too. covered. 30 minutes. Drain grindor !? Defendant", wherein. the Plaintiff E ; I(!
the Red Sea to the peninsula of that faith without works is dead:" Hut up Jellies In winter? Yea chop fine, and mix with Juice. ......k. to forecloHe the lien of EACH
and the delightful and unusual the Mortgage given by J. J. Morgan
Sinai. Measure sugar Into large kettle. ?
James 2:20. and wire Hiirbnra Morgan coveringthe tune with the droes" A
: of flavors the ease and RICIIT"ln y ,
"The Lord went before them by array add prepared (rult. filling up last property hereinbefore dencrlbedIn .. .e I
What Is the evidence of be t three Coleman
33. +
economy with which they can cup with water if necessary. Mix this'. notice.Therefore are e necee''e
day in
a pillar of a cloud-and by genuine living faith ? "Show me made will convince you that Jellies well bring to a full rolling boil you and each of you sides priced ao reasonable that I
night In a pillar of fire-." works and I should be put up all year round. are hereby required to appear to the
"The thy faith without thy over hottest fire. Stir constantly Maid Kill of Complaint: KO filednfralriHt they quickly pay lor themselves (ia 4 ; 4
children of Israel liftedup will show thee my faith by my Jellies and Jams are very neces before and while boiling. Boll hard you, before the Clerk of thle '. the time and labor-saving service I I't

their eyes, and behold, the works." Verse 18. sary In our winter diet because 1 minute. Then remove kettle from Court on the let day of August, Meeel AA t G R.
Egyptians they eupply minerals and sugar 1932 at the court houae In Htarke and satisfaction they give ),
marched them Skim
after : fruit
344. What then are the visible fire and stir (In pectin. Florida.. : otherwise, a Decree Pro
and the children of Israel cried out proofs of genuine justification by needed for wintertime energy. for pour quickly. Paraffin hot Jam at ConfeHKti will he entered against you THE INSTANT-GAS IRON "Smooth the Way on Ironing Day. It ';' 1 ;
Unto There is bottled grape Juice Makes about 11 etght-ounce .and each of you for failure to ap- ; !
the Lord. Is not this the once. H
faith ? "Ye see then how that by Instance. That delicious and refreshing pear.It Save time, work and clothe U"htllnet.ntly. no waiting. "

word that we did tell thee in Egypt works a man Is Justified and not flavor combined with bottled glasses.And then there are the canned I I. ordered. that till notice bepuhll.hed Roto-Type Generator with clearing needle which can be operated ? '

Baying let us alone that we may by faith only." Verse 22. fruit pectin and sugar will nil fruits: .*cutlve once weeks a In week the for Hradford fouronne while iron I is burning. Dou e-pointed. same perfect result on -'

serve the Egyptians ? For It had 35. What great exchange has one shelf of the Cupboard; In less Canned! Apricot Jam. County:; Telegraph: a newpaper having forward and backward strokes. Tapered ironing base make it easy J

been better for us to serve the been wrought for us In Christ? than fifteen minutes. Canned! Cherry Jain County trenernl, Florida-circulation In Bradford to iron under buttons. Ue it anywhere. no cord or wire L q'ti

Egyptians than that we should die "For He hath made Him to be sin Grape Jelly from Bottled Juice Canned! Kerry Jams This 29ll "Jay of June, 1032n. .

In the wilderness. And Moses said for who knew no sin; that we 2 cups (II lb ) gr pe JuIce Canned! Peach Jam r i W A LDJoJrn.A N'.
us (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
unto the people. Fear ye not standstill be made the righteousness 1 eupi bold!<1V Ibi.l)'fruit ugmrtt pectin Canned! Plum Jam UluJford, (County, Florida
might Itt
cup 2 cup. II lb 1 pr.p"r.d frail' T-t.SI-7-1II. l
and see the salvation of the '"of God in Him." 2 Cor. 5:21.: Measure auBar and Juice Into *..t ...p. 110( Uwl 'ut"r ,--- .. -- CplemanINSTANTGAS I1rl

Lord for the Egyptians whom ye --- I large cep D-a-nd mix. Bring to % botue (V*, cup) fruit pectin fruit 'at"t'rne: \'.P. t

have seen today y* shall see them rRESBYTEIUANServices a boll over hottest lIre and at once Drain syrup from canned or Notlc'f\ hereby. given that under .

again no more for ever. The Lord I add fruit. pectin stirring con any desired combination of fruit. and by virtue nf a final rt.i-ree nffnrrlnNure APPLIANCES '!' t 'I
Then bring to a full rolling Crush fruit well. made and rendered by
that fight for you and ye shall Sunday July 24, as follows stantly. V4 minute. Measure eugar and prepared fruit the Ifonnrnble A. Z. Adklitu, Judgeof '
boll and boll hard !
hold I the Circuit! Court c.f the 261 th
your And the Lord '
aid peace. : Remove from fire skim pour quickly. Into large kettle mix well and Judicial lrrult, of Florldn, In and THE SPORT-U7E LANTERN It', an instant- !.i' t '
unto Moses speak unto the 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. Paraffin hot Jelly at once. bring to a /nil rolling/ boil over hottest for Ilradford In Chancery, '
children of Israel that they go forWard Williams, acting supt. Makes about S eight-ounce glasses. fire. Stir constantly before dated June. (2nd,.or.ll'l In that certain lighting. tingle mantle type. Just the light for ? .
range therein lately pending bet..n1'h. task. :.
outdoor Small triie
: But lift thou up thy rod and 11 a. m. Morning Worship sermon Not everyone realizes bow very and wblU boiling. Boll bard. 1 ? Federal Land flank nf Columbia any camping trip or in Igt'

stretch out thine hand over the the pastor. :valuable dried fruits are. They minute. Remove from fire and stir Plaintiff'' and Halati-ad. R McKlroy % )1 but big in brilliance. Weigh only 3 Ibsi, yet give :'

sea, and divide It: and the childrenof 7 by m. Christian Endeavor. Topic hare the rich flavor of ripe fruits. In fruit pectin. Skim, pour ...t ,!.was, defendant. therein ,appointed the underelgnedwho .11 Sp... up to 150 candlepower ol pure white light. Pyrex C'I'

Israel shall go on dry land p. ? Why Is It .vUh the 'water and generally tke quickly 'Paraffla! hot Jam at one*. clal Mauler In Chancery to execut. glaM. globe protects mantle. I {fa. built-in pumpand
through, "What Is Gambling pits rxtraeted...},U> the midst of the sea. And Wrong?" Leader Mrs. Charles ... .LT..oQ. __ r .... day tit August 19)2 during' the legalhour. many features larger a
Moses: stretched out his hand over Ward. of eats, before: the court hnuaduor. lantern for use indoors or our. e
the Jacksonville Profane Natural AUTUKOK IPPI.l,4IIeI;\ FOR In ICt .k... Florida. .el 11| to the
sea; and the Lord caused the 8 p. m. Evening 'Worship. The T.JC DKKI highest and beat bidder for ca.h, 1 t .
for business at 118
lea to Gas Co. opened In that C. "H. lands THE NO. 10 CAMP STOVE -
go back by a strong east Union service of the Baptist Kfril"h! hereby Klven. the following described Kltu
wind : West Bay Street. ld of one-fifth I nf TaxiTertlflcate ale, lying and h..lnlIn/ Bradford
all that night and made the Methodist. Presbyterian churches I Nn. se, the 7th day cor uouply, Florida, to.wit: Justthestoveforcampcookinggeneral
lea dry land, and the waters divided will beheld In this church this I July, A. D. I no, has filed bald. certificate All that certain' piece, tract or utility purposes. It's an.Urure i
im- In oTlc( and mad parcel of land 1.lnlan" heIng I
St. Petersburg $10.000 my application eltilate.
-And the children of Israel evening.A for tax dead to |MCU. th..r.* In the county of Bradford. and gas range. .. alway. ready to 'TMR
went Into the midst of the sea upon cordial Invitation to all our provement program to be carried on 'In accordance with I..... Halt, Htate nf Florida. more particularly cook"good eats". Wind baffles protect } '
the out at Duesenberry Hotel, certificate embrace the following described a* follow, to-wltr
dry ground: and the waters services extended to alL 11 .... .Ib"d property altuated In Bradford The Northwest quarter of the cooking flame.WindprooLgraycast '

were a wall unto them on their e f county Florida, tnwltiSEH tfouthcaet quarter and the Went half iron burner caps, won't burn, 14

light hand and on their left. Okeechobett Bids will be opened Clearwater Work may start of NWVi; of :ctlon f3. Town. of the Northeast quarter of the I l .bLaac j
I ahlp IB. K. to Ea t. Southeaet quarter and the South half out. << preheater quickly 'r + !
"And the Lord said unto Moses July 19 for construction of levee soon on new Community House.St. The a..smentd said property of the Southwest quarter of the generates stove to full cooking heat .

stretch that out thine hand over the sea and navigation channel along south r In ender the. the name iiatd of certificate Umpire Lumber limued Com wai Northeast twelve (1}>quarter Township. all In Seven Section(7, One quart fuel tank.two noun'supply j s i

the waters may come again and east shore of Lake Okeecbobee. Augustine Ocean Boulevard pany.Union. tkuth <>t mange twenty-one UO ems S'd for both burners .. easilyremoved
Bridge Co., chartered to op- said rortiricata shall b.. redeemed East, containing eighty ((80) ac...
Egyptians Moses
sttrretcti lee. for t filling. Everythingpacked
a hand according to law tax dead more or {
forth his over the Largo Work progressing on erate toll bridges. will luue thereon on lb. 16th day with the appurtenancea. Sold ale toe ........ N*. 10 laded for carrying ILmdI 1 1 k
seas-And the wavers returned and Federal soldiers' home at Seminole of August A. n. 112x.nat.d > made purnuant to Raid decree to
covered Chic '!111 day of July, A. D. ..'I.ryth.. earn. and coet*. comely finished in maroon-brown '.
the chariots, and the Point south of here. Daytona Beach Bids openedfor I/al. ,.J. I K. PURHYMAXA I i..

horseman and all the host of Pharwoh.that construction: of proposed poetoffice. (;' "W, ALDERMAN> epeclal blaster In Chancery baked-on enamel
(Heal"' ) Clerk; of Circuit Court, r. TTO.< there remained not so St. Augustine New Plee-ZIng Bradford County, Florida. Ualneevllle. Fla. THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE COMPANY d'a'
mUch .* on Bridge T-ll-St-i-U. Hoilclrora for Complainant. ?
Store opened
one of them"There Grocery -l.at-7-21.. WKWrTA., KAMS. CHICAAO. IU. PWlADSt-WlA, *A. LOS AH4IUS c w.
are tlml! to- wait and street Plant City New lloonklat JVOTICK OF APPLICATION ron

|ruat. and tunes to work and trust. Cream Station opened by S. H.] TAX DEED NOTICB FOH PLRLICATIUIn .* I ASK YOUR DEALER
**<* these North Jetty at Young at 1016 West Reynolds Notice I I. hereby ar'ven' that L. R. the) Name of tbe State of FlorIda) .
statements Lake Worth .
In our leen Oalnex holder of Tax CertificateNo. It appearing by affidavit filed In ftou.nrelar'pi.s
: The children: of Israel cried Lake Worth Inlet being enlarged., street 7', the its day of ,July A. D.I hat certain cauee In lb. Circuit

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i 'kl In :3917 Jeered ]to 1932" "Have. And. as one of the
Show A Uttle InterestWe > $1,400,000,000., well-wishers and from the pro ; veterans c;
Bradford County Telegraph have a perfectly good department We were curious to know If our ceeds .f athletic benefits. Two We Stay Until the Bonus They ed after us on leaving, "We're vot
I, In our paper that isn't being: ox-buddies who have borrowed meals were served daily. A typical pay," and "The Bankers Gave It era, too. Watch for new faces la I
I Established 1877M.EAYBEI3 used enough. We cannot under- have any Idea of paying It back. Sunday bill of fare: Breakfast to Europe We'll Spend it at Congress". If we don't get our
stand why, because it is a column The answer to our question was black coffee and mush; Dinner- I Home. money --The Pathfinder.
\Uiat allow reader to speak their plainly negative or evasive. Some"may" Hot dogs and sauerkraut. An ad- -_._--_. ------- ---- ----.--.:..-====..===---::::... ....
')1JI.JCIItUIOfOO"'I'J..Ur! >mf'Iil'nn''' '''='''_'nu'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
minds about things, and If there but most of them, now jacent popcorn and soft drink I"
) ASSOCIATION U anything/: that the average per- jobless and penniless, "can't." stand seemed to do a good business -
; ; ; r son likes better than speaking his Consequently, the Interest on their charging veterans half price THE REX JEWELRY CO.
i 0 mind about something-well, may- loans will eat up what Is leftleaving and curious visitors the regular
be you can think of what It is. only a few dollars for them rate. That some veteransmostlythose
i 4 3e4'uaa'' ?. Perhaps you have noticed the to collect when the certificates ma who came along for the Have moved their shop into the, store with J, W
ture. Naturallythey want the ,"lark" had was also
column headed "Our letter Box, money
White & and invite all old customers
-" I thffc Son as well as
but only on rare occasions have. we rest-In cash! now evinced by report of small
i k Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class had an opportunity to dust it off What would they do with the Also the army "staff" seemed able new to call In, and see them. Drastic reduction in

Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I. and place It over an article writtenby money? to maintain a considerable correspondence prices!. beginning, Saturday, July 22.
a local person. We asked a lanky individual via telegraph.

E. S. Matthews ____________ ___ ____ Owner and Publisher We do( not know whether to at- from Tennessee. "Buy a farm- However. at night many of the Watches any kind cleaned ----------- $1.00
land's "Use It stars
but the
I cheap", he replied. men had no covering
? : '3. C. Robinson ________________________ Managing Editor lack tribute of this interest dearth or a of lack letters of writ-to a to feed the family during the rest overhead and no bed save the Main spring any watch $ljOOMain
of this depression," volunteered a ground and, possibly, an allotment
Ing paper. Surely most of us bar
SUBSCRIPTION RATE bor a pet peeve about something. stocky Oregonian who added that of straw. This led to some cases Spring and Cleaned $Lso
he bad been out of work since treated at
of pleurisy which were
f Yearly! $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance You may are not running like the the way governmentor the politicians March. "Oh, just put it In clrula- a Marine Corps cllnlo on the Crystals} any kind and shape .---------_ 25c
Advertising Rates on Application tlon, I guess," was a New Yorker's grounds. The menace of dysen-
the way vacationists are running This is just half and less than the former price. This
+ ,
aQ their outboard motors Idea. "Keep the bank from foreclosing tary and typhoid seemed ever present -
; on reduction will hold good until times get better.
Kingsley lake, but why sit around on my hone, added a coatless -
s I' A community garden is one where the neighbors' chickens I the house and pout about It when Virginian who said he was Washington was Infested most- your work and have it done.
1 : are fattened. 'you can write us a letter You equally coatless last winter. "The ly via trucks and hiking. Many
r. not but will town back home can't feed us any of the trucks--old ones loaned for -
may get results you ALL WORK GUARANTEED
ft -o I at least get it off your chest. longer," remarked a'man from I the purpose repeatedly broke
that fishermen usually wait Week after week we alt here Utah, "so we,jus .got to have the down, and quite a few of the riders
It is noticeable these days
f ; I and tell you what we think about money that''due us." i iI had to hoof it at least part of the
Until night falls to slip in. Io thinge. We know you do not I "We're not bums; we're Just ex- way. In their desperation. some THE REX JEWELRY CO.
;i I agree with us. You probably alwayS say soldlers trying to collect back groups tried to commandeer trains, I
I to yourself, "The big bullies pay," chimed 1n'one man on then a fact brought out In the news dis I
Some of the proposed "relief" legislation should be prosecuted they've got eight pages they ca sidelines. We don't want trouble patches. But, as a general rule, S. G. LEWIS, Manager

4' rk under the food and drug act. fill up down there*and make us but we do want what's ours," add- we were told that municipalitiesand ,
poor folks sit and listen to them." ed a spectacled comrade who worea business Interests generaly cooperated wmaau HMHmiMMrnBmfflCHBffiffltaiinMYou'll
o But that Is where you are wrong, service medal and small American to speed veterans on to ._..- -. -- .
'i One good way to relieve unemployment would be starting because if you do not like what flag on the lapel of a dilapi- Washington-and to government never know how gooda
the Florida canal. we say you can talk right back at dated coat. We personally saw responsibility In some places 'I
,4' err work on digging us. We will be glad to know how no evidence of the much publicized street cars carried the men free, cigar can be until you,
----a .- you feel about prohibition or the "red"' leaflets or other evidence of just to get them out of town.
have smoked ..
Bonus communism So we Inquired. "Oh One Lancaster Pa., veteran a
Army or anything else .
you .
,;, 1 i Vegetables<<; from home gardens should taste better-they. might want to express yourself the reds T' We kicked 'em out" we brought along his four-year-old

cost more than the store bought variety. about-that is, almost anything were Informed. The police ques- son. A member of the first contingent -I \ AS8r
else tioned suspected agitators and from Camden N. J., (which
?, 0- made several arrests. named the camp) is on the hero Now

1 One of today's remarkable discoveries is that people Whether you think payment role for rescuing a major under f SAME SIZE:
of the "bonus"' justified or not in fire In the Argonne. W, W. Walters s MORE HAVANA
did ten tl1er-
eating less than they years ago.
I From ? Pens I the present economic crisis, the 34-year-old "commander In -
0 fact remains that "Camp Cam- chief of the B. H5. F.," served on t ,1)cliShlfuJJv MILD 4 t:
Owners of property should pay their taxes wthout delay, den" en the,eastern branch of the the Mexican border in every ma-
Potomac presented<< a pathetic jor engagement in France and was I. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co. Newark N. J. Makers
? i if;they care to save the advertising expense. "Cheered With\ In 1017; Jeered In 1982" sight. We founii\ It so. Several with the army of occupation, but ,

o memories of days (and long and crude sheds and a few has been out of work for a year. e
nights) with Co. K, First Gas
1 } y Even with the increase in postage rates, it is still cheaperto Regiment, in mind, your Capitol tents: and makeshift shelters of Senator "Ham" Lewis of Illinois,
boards or,cardboard-furnished the much to his later regret 'tis said,
write home for money than it is to wire. correspondent left the wrangle'on only semblance of a "camp." told a group of loddying veterans '
Hill" to make I
o_- of the Bonus a personal inspection Groups of men, shabby but wearIng to "go to hell." But only after one
Expeditionary medals reminiscent of past of their number, exasperated by his
r' Crescent City Journal reports that the politician is now Army, says the Pathfinder glory, (some D. S. C.'s and a gen- Indifference, had just before that Center Traction
(Washington, D. C. .
) This is the
'i able to tell how many promises it takes to land a vote. name given then when 17,000 veterans erous quantity Croix de Guer- !told him where they knew he Means Safety
res) stood about "just killing 'would go. However Lewis was
encamped in the nation's
.t -V -y cap.I time." In contrast to them were later among those Solons who vis-
;t r Changing the usual order, an exchange says gangsters ital with of the avowed determination well dressed government em- ited .the "boys", as was also "General' BEE haw Goodywur puts7RACrIONt"thecenter .
; waiting until Uncle Sam '
who use luxurious cars do It just to keep up disappearances.0 settled up his cash differences with Wash-ingtonians I I Coxey, now mayor of Masil- big ho kr block of rubber A
f lon, Ohio, who led that other"army"
them on account of the war: Your --k.oa.deeddeepslot-
-0 lic link not far away. In the back which invaded the capitalIn end
nosey Capitol scribe wanted firsthand Md-to dlft la. trip
{ its bit toward reducing expenses, Jacksonville proposes Information and ground loomed the navy yard and the 90's. Reports of the find- bold. Moro topl Th All.WMtli.r .
has his got "Old Ironsides," an old warrior Ing of bombs and explosives amongthe Trad U s big (.
i ''k to do with its poundmaster. Every
away call it a bonus", we were who, according to the camp personnel babbage of some of the men nMon why millions snore
day. warned by an ex-doughboy from receives more consideration caused extraordinary military and popl. ride on Coodjree '
New Jersey, who explained; "It's from Uncle Sam than does his police precautions, including removal -( Tire Com taw e'll d monitraul -
-- back pay we want. We were promised flesh-and-blood defenders.Yet of the breech bolts of the
7 Florida may be too hot for a Yankee to live here duringthe it, and we're going to stay withal, the "army" kept a thousands of rifles Washington'shigh

summer and for that reason they go north to die from the here until we get it." He of course, sort of military discipline In forming school cadets put away for
's, heat. referred to the so-called adjusted lines for "chow, doing "K. the summer.
service compensation of $1.23 a P." (kitchen police) and policing Our personal Impression is that
0-- day for those who saw foreign service the grounds under Mickey Dolan, the veterans would welcome Jobs,

All that Avery Powell haa to do hereafter to get editors of I served and on$1 this per diem side.for Certificates those who ex-welterweight fighter. Accred- In lieu of cash. Be that as it may,

; ; l f the Suwanee Press gathered around is to send out invitations 'were l issued veterans for the badges ited veterans given were out in idtentlfled cooperationwith by the attitude in placards of the borne men was in manifest their- e r ra

to tea. amount due them plus 25 per cent the police. Reveille soundedat
pZ for deferred public parade. Some of them read:
payment in 1945. 6 a. nt and taps at midnight. "Who Won the War?" "Supposethe
o There are more than
3,500,000 Violators of camp rule were sum- Kaiser Had Won the War
h41 As the Mount Dora Topic points out, the government in certificates cash value of In force with a full marily ousted by a "kangaroo Would the Bonus Have Paid the

its effort to balance the budget will unbalance a host of tax [It t Is on these nearly certificates U, OO.OOO.OOO.that vet- court" Food was obtained from Bills?" "Millions] for War But. Not r
numerous sources. From the folks I One Cent for Hungry Vets "Re
>' ) payers. erans have already borrowed some back home, merchants and other member November 1918. "CheerI
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,,1 Attorney general says auto license tag does not entitle "" -==- II

I the owner to vote. Nope, all the auto owner gets is the privilege -

4,, ; to support the state. TODAY YOU TIRE BUYERS


Miami Beach Press says another cure for discontent is to With talking econon thla fact. And rememberlomy'withmanypeoplewon

:visit the old home town and see what the years have done to everyone Goodyear Tire are *o good

the girl you almost married. daring If they can get good they outsell any other tire

o tire at a low price-It1* a here In town,throughout the
Boys' Wash Suits 13c whale of a comfort to look state all over America .
Tallahassee at Stump's Sale
Daily Democrat tells of the mint preparing at the facts about tire. They're been leading In *ale*

{ a die for new quarters, giving as the reason the rapid "fadbg" Today you can get for 17 successive ,.earal!

s : of the woman on the old 25-cent piece. Goodyear 1'trth.* finest They're/ir't- lwb with the
r+r KOTEX 25c, STUMP'S SALE quaUtylnCoodyearhlstorypubl1c by more than :2 to 1.
at the came price you'd pay So why take a tecond-choit
Highway holiday being suggested, says headline. Holiday for .econd-ehoic. tlrea! when fl"'- holc. cats no

period for gas tax payers should follow such a movement, MEN'S WORK PANTS 49c, STUMP'S SALE Drive around and check vp morel

F rather than shift the funds to pay other state expenses. Lowest Priced Any SummerIn

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; News dispatches tell of a Texan who trained his dog to BOYS' OVERALLS 39c, 'STUMP'S SALE ,.... -

a; wake him when he had a fish on his line. He should come to II
Y F'orida where he would have to train the second dog.to bait ,
his hook. 5PC. CURTAINS 39c: STUMP'S SALE

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The National Economy League is authority for the state- LADIES' NAINSOOK GOWNS STUMP'S. SALE

r in en t that able-bodied men are drawing "disability" payments 30x3 Reg: a. 'r
from the government to the tune of four hundred and fifty TUBE 940 c

'}, "; million dollars yearly. LADIES' PRINCESS SLIPS 25c, STUMP'S SALE 8 .76.EACH, Singly

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Latest Lifetime Guaranteed Supertwist Cord
: State road department, in letting contract for surfacingroad ANY LADIES' HAT $1.00, STUMP'S SALE GOODYEAR SPEEDWAYSCash

28 from Florahome to Palatka, shows that it intends to

1 p keep plugging away on this important thoroughfare until it Prices Mounted Free

is completed to the coast. Everybody Likes Simplicity Patterns 15c, Stump's Sale 2 : ,"
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One way to empty jails is to quit paying the sheriff 5.00-19_ .,.S. fs.Z"
as Men's Summer Union 4.40-21_ ;3.10 e3 e= e1s ei:3:
Suits 23c Stump's Sale 5.00-20 :_ 11 5.SS
the Broward county official has notified the commissioners 4.50-2_ 4.32 4.21 1.0. --
county 5.00-21_ 5.72: S.5S 1.3)
t- 4.50-21,.... 4.3S 4.25 1..S
S u he has exhausted his credit and rather than starve the 4.75-1_ 5.14 5.0. 1.00 8.25.18.... .... 5... ...11s.
4.75-20,..,,_ 5.22 5.00 1.0. .>>-n: _
J'4' 1;, prisoners he is going to turn them loose-If the commissioners WINDOW SHADES 39c, STUMP'S SALE

4, !, '1. don't pay up.Democratic .

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I nominee for representative from Leon county MEN'S 25c SILK SOCKS lOc, Stump's SALE 1'I

{ favors abolition of four county offices and re-division of the '., -, ...
x ,tate Into 30 counties instead of 67. That plan will work with 1.fII"; .1"" ''11.1.,',, CooDYEARf--J. -

any county officer, unless it happens to be his job, and towns GET OUR PRICES-STUMP'S SALE 'hi .s low a.

rr will favor merging of counties provided it does not call for removal .

J of the county seat. j Register Motor Co. Louie's Service Station


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