Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
July 29, 1932
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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of State Treasurer Shows If old settlers are right, and I Found Early Friday Morning

Disbursement f they should be, with their ex-
; $32,612,098.01
FORNEEDYWork perience, Bradford county Abandoned On Sampson Lake HEARING HERE TUESDAY

farmers can set out tots of berry -
1 Tallahassee, July 24.-The state plants within the next forty A loss of $600 worth of goods .
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of Twenty-Nine Cents government of Florida reported ex- to Be Carried On By Red days. There was a rain all was sustained by the EH Witt Cigar i ....
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Lawtey to ChicagoRecommended penditures amounting to $32,642.- Cross In Former White Store over the county Monday that Co., when thieves drove away I Duty of Superintendent to Pull 7
from 096.91 and revenue receipts that was almost as beneficial one of their sales trucks which Buchanan Hopeful Switch Except Ii. Case) of Death
amounting to $32,161,579 for the Beginning Saturday as if It had rained dimes, and was parked in front of the Starke I Absence y
fiscal year which closed June 30. as Monday was the first of the Hotel late last Thursday night. The Upon ReleaseJ. DlMtblllty or r

I The rate on strawberries from The annual report of the state The second consignment of gov- Dog Days that means there lost truck was found early Friday Says Opinion

wley to Chicago will be reduced treasurer just published, showeda ernment flour was unloaded here will be rain her*.for the next morning on a woods road leading W Buchanan should have --

fenty-ninB. cents per 100 pounds treasury balance of $-&,.04S,045.69I Wednesday and will be ready for forty days according to an old down to Sampson lake, but there established some sort of record J. W. Buchanan convicted murderer '
| recommendations made recently I at the close of the fiscal year distribution Saturday. Mrs. N. D. belief \" was no trace of the thieves, except by now Four times have of Taylor county, wa removed d

H. Macomber, Interstate 1931-32 as compared with a treasury Wainwright, acting chairman of for some fingerprints, which have death warrants been signedfor from the death cell at the '
L. Commission examinere balance of $4,624,563.68 at the the Bradford County Red Cross, i'. $ '* 9' 51.4..3. yet to be Identified. his execution and four Florida State Prison Farm again '

|Immerce accepted. However at the end of the fiscal year 1930-31. who will have charge of the work, According to witnesses, two men time ha he been placed in Tuesday when Circuit Judge A. Z.

Ime the new rate would havee Transfers from one fund to an- announces that the flour will be AUTO DRIVER''KILLSYOUTH entered the truck about 11:30: and the death cell at the State Adklns granted his attorney. an I

effect time of Increasing; the rate other durlrar the fiscal year stored-in the building recently vacated NEAR WALDO drove off in the direction of Hamp Prison Farm only to be later appeal to the state supreme court. ,y''t''

City to Chicago one amounted to $1,969,627.91. by Olin W. White on South ton.. On of the men appeared to released. When he cam out The appeal was granted after
Bum Plant
Walnut street. Starke will be -- Judge Adklns had Rut 100 pound The; twentye The total expenditure of $32- be about the size of Jimmy Frye, Tuesday afternoon he was all
per cent reduction would amount 642.096.91 included not only the I headquarters for the flour and applicants Driver of Ford Sedan Falls To employee of the Witt Company, smiles and seemed more hope- habeas corpus Issued Saturday and

[ $50 on a carload general operating expenses and the t from Lawtey, Hampton, Stop After Accident; and therefore no alarm was turnedin ful than ever before In his long held over for argument Tuesday ; ;r; 4
approximately and
special appropriations made bj, Brooker and other towns must by those who saw the theft. fight for life. He I Is reported remanded Buchanan to the

j The berries.examiner not only recom- legislative act but also covered I come here for their allotment. Lester Youngblood. seventeen- Early Friday morning, Bert a* saying recently that if h* custody of of 1.the Fr Chapman, superintendent F -

coded that a revision of freightd disbursement of those funds for Investigating committees from year-old resident of Waldo, was Johns, who was returning to town does not win out this time h* prison farm. The

express" rates be made on which the state government act*I each section of the county will be killed Instantly Wednesday night from the camp on Sampson lake will be about ready to give up effect to of Tuesday' action will be n i
| formed' and thorough into when struck saw the truck and It to the fightROAD stay the execution, scheduled 1 ;
&sh strawberries In carloads from only as fiscal agent for the coun- inquiry by an automobile just reported for the "
ties and districts. the need of applicants will be made this side of that city. The accident officers here. The locks on all Friday, pending deposition ,
Bjrida to northern destinations, .i...4't' .t.t.4.....'............. of the appeal by the supreme court. a
before the doors
> flour is had been
It that refrlgera- New Source Income given away, occurred about 7:30': when broken and $600 -- -
I also proposed Buchanan sought to the tl
In, and tariff provisions While state revenues fell off Those eligible for assistance are: I Youngblood was walking along worth of goods, mostly cigarettes, I death the escape
charges that ,
penalty on ground
and generally the new sources of Income the aged, the maimed, families Highway 13 toward Waldo. The stolen. THIRTEENTO r ,
fading routing. diversion the prison superintendent has >
[ vo
ofIn provided by the 1931 legisla- with small children families whosebreadearner driver of the automobile, a Ford The Gainesville police depart
onslgnment and pre-cooling authority to delegate to the sheriff q qof
ture almost balanced the budget- is not regularly em- I sedan did not stop 'softer hitting ment was called to assist the Bradford -
the of
be Taylor county
According to a dispatch from I scales of receipts and disburse- ployed, and those suffering illness. Youngblood with force enough to county officers in the search' BE FINISHED the death sentence power In executing answering ''u '

Bdshlngton, D. C., Florida shippers ments. However, it was the addi- These committees will appreciate throw him several' yards' into the for the thieves. Chief of Police R. the habeas corpus writ .

light< to have freight rates put on tion of these new revenue sources the co-operation of the citizensof ditch, and although fficers are A. Berga of Gainesville, sent Sgt. the state said that Prison Superintendent .
which said to have stopped him in Gainesville W. H. Robington to the lake Fri-
and not their productiveness community. The ones In
I basis of 63 percent of the first 1. F. Chapman would not
did the work. On the whole the greatest need should be considered his name could not be learned day morning to examine the looted Completion of Route From Baldwin
rates and express delegate the authority to executeto
Ii9i freight to here today. truck and make photograps of fingerprints to Cedar Taken
failed Key
liei put on a basis of approxl- extra revenue sources first, and great care should be usedIn the sheriff, but that he himself
fctely the first class freight rates. bring in as much money as was recommending persona to receive Youngblood lived with his father -' found on the steering Over By State would throw the switch. y.
flour, A. A. Youngblood on a farm wheel and the gear shift lever.
|< examiner recommended that two miles north of Waldo. J. M. Butler, Gainesville mana- Court (live* OpinionIn
commission make freight rates (Continued on page ) How Flour Went II According to the Wllllston Sun,
-- ger of the Witt Company arrived remanding Buchanan to the h
J percent of the first class rated The distribution of the first consignment AMERICAN lEGION AND here shortly after being notified of early completion of two important custody of the superintendent

d.) express rates 110 percent ofje TO GET of flour, recently con- AUXILIARY WILL MEET the theft and arranged for another state Florida highways. in this section of Judge Adkins gave the following; ,
prospect A. A. Griffin
rate. -
cluded. handled
first class freight was carefully by truck to be used in catching up on opinion:
The commission must pass onBe the Jones-Langford-Whlte Legion The Jones-Langford-White Post the delayed route of the stolen one, I Williston and the Standard "It Is the opinion of the court
examiner's recommendations. Post, with Mr. L. D. Vining in of American Legion and Auxiliarywill Rock Company of Morrlston have that under the provisions of Sec.
jiarings, were held in Plant City FEDERAL FUNDS charge. hold its regular meeting Tues- contracts for the final surfacing of f :

J the examiner the first week in Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Who assistedin day night in the Legion hall. BRADFORD GETS state road No. 6 the entire lengthof I Ste-tutee
Levy county, this stretch havIng
Ii pMI, 1931. the distribution says that the 1 j Chapter 9169, Laws of Florida
; CLYDE D. WARD had the rock base finished almost j
I Not A Loan It 'Emergency AI- Investigating committee met witha !Florida, 1023 the judgment of the ?
-. a year. The base Is now well
[from the offices of the Florida lotment"-Convict Labor few difficulties due to need for 2 SCHOLARSHIPS :Circuit Court of Taylor County
Jacksonville, July 26.-Clyde De- packed by heavy traffic and I.I
Juiroad Commission at Tallahaafl haste in inquiries. Frequentlyupon Florida, and the death warrant set
Prohibited i
Witt Ward 35, of 518 West Twen- ready for the top dressing. The
where the full report of Ex- I investigation names were I II f (lout and described In the return of
surfacing will be I.I f'
ty-Fourth Street, died at home last completed It
\\iner Macomber has been re- 19.-Chairman j dropped from the list even though respondent, it Is the duty of the
Tallahassee July night following an iitftus of several I Examination to Be Held Jlere'I' believed early in September the
wed, It: la learned that the ex II. H. Wells of the state road they had apparently received good Ir weeks. entire 22 miles I respondent a* superintendent of ; k
req rate recommended by blm board said more than $3,250 endorsements. In one instance the \\ August 10 i the Florida State Prison In person Fa
today Mr. Ward was a native of Brook When that projoct [III finished, I' c
d same will
concerns to
er, Flu but had lived in this city proceed
Biwberrles from Starke, Lawtey on federal aid highways in Florida with the notation "two old people." for 14 He was a member of W S. Cawthonn state superintendent apply the sam type of materialto (death warrant exceptln the event .4i4., !

d Hampton to 4.S cents perart before July 1, 1933. Wells explained .I It was later found that the old the Modern years.Woodmen of America, announces that two scholarships rock base on state road No. 13 '''of the death or disability or ab-

plus the refrigeration charge, that congressional action for relief I couple, while not married were liv- No. 16014. For 12 he to state Institutions will be between Ellzey and Rosewood, the 'senca of respondent and In the 4'
Ich will be materially reduced of the unemployed has made ing together and each was draw- was Camp connected with the Southern years offered In Bradford county and dis- the rock base for which is now be- event of the death of respondent "+ '

I the examiner's recommendation $1,629.204 available to Florida in ing enough flour for himself and Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company trict 15, one to the Florida State ing put down by the L. B. McLeod or the disability of rspondent per-
|adopted by the Interstate Com federal aid road funds at this time the other. In other Instances it In the College for Women and one to the Construction Company of Willis- sonally to execute said judgment
plant department.
ree i Commission. The refrigera- and has authorized the advance was found that many who attempted Survivors his widow Mrs. University of Florida. ton. This project, completing No. and warrant by tho respondent, or :

a i charge to New York is at ment of an equal amount of fed- to draw an allotment had mon- Maude L. Ward are of this city, four In order to be eligible for the 13 between Baldwin and Cedar Key In the event of the absence of respondent ', ,

event JM per car. It la recom- eral money to enable the stat ey stored away or were receiving brothers, Carl Ward Jacksonville; scholarships the applicant must be by way of Lawtey, Starke, Hamp from the place of execution 1.

ided! that this be. ,reduced to to match the appropriation now generous pensions from the gov E. R.. O. A. and T. P. Ward and a resident of the county or districtIn ton Waldo, Gainesville, Bronson It shall be the duty of the r "
30 available. ernment.In which b* I Is competing and must and Otter Creek sheriff of Taylor county, Florida
three sisters Stella Mae, Florlne will probably be
e combined express and reiteration There Is no question of the state many cases the distributors and Rosalie Ward, and his stepmother be a graduate of a Florida senior turned over to the state early in as ex-offlclo deputy executioner In
charge recommended borrowing the money from the found it hard to say "no." They high school accredited by the state October. person to execute such sentence of li'' ,
Mrs. T. P. Ward all of i I'I 1 1I
the examiner will be approxl- federal government as this i Is were forced to refuse many needy Wlldwood. board of education the year he This will leave only the route ,I I death." i I Q

!wy s 1.2 cents per quart. These I against the provisions of the stat persons when the flour ran low Funeral arrangements are in graduated.Each from Baldwin In Duval county to History of Cue> ff

ures are for a minimum loading : constitution, said Wells. The $1. I and many an old man gave up his charge of Hardage & William applicant- must present a Yulee in Nassau county, to entire. I i Buchanan's case has been In litigation ., "

17,000 pounds per car. If a 629,204 Is available as an emer- place In line to someone more des I health and a character certificate, ly' finish No. 13. The northernend since 1926. He was convict.

ptcr load is shipped the per gency allotment of regular fed perate than he. and fill out an application blank of the route Intersects state ed in Taylor county for the murder '-
It charge will naturally be and the advance The distributors for the new before being admitted to examina ti'',
eral aid moneys I road No. 4 at Callahan and state of two federal prohibition
ber. would allow the state to do the consignment will try to follow the I 1933 AUTO TAGS tion. No person who has graduated road No. 3 at Yulee having It. agents during a raid on his farm. "

|These rates, if finally approved work at once to relieve unemploy- precedent set by Mr. Vining and from a regular four-year college northern terminus Fernandina. !Ill* was given life imprisonment'

tie commission will put Starke ment. his assistants. However, in orderto course.may bold one of the scholarship It is said that pressure will now for the murder of J. P. Brant and 4 '

1 Lawtey on approximately the The government prohibits use ot do this it will be necessary to NOW UNDER WAY *. be brought to bear on the stat : when later tried for the murder of

rate basis now. enjoyed bymond convict labor In expenditure of the have co-operation. If anyone The winner of a county scholar road department by all the com- W, C. Mobry was sentenced to L
La. and other will allow knows of mistakes made by the ship must register In the School of '
large funds, Wells said, but munities along the route of No. 13 death.
wherry shipping centers. the state to set the wage scale and: 'last committees he is urged to let 400,000 Being Manufactured-New Education at the University of to secure completion of the high Buchanan began his long fight to l

|Under the new arrangement thee direct employment of ex-service the new distributors know so that Florida. or Florida State CollegeFor way by getting It placed In an save his life by contending that (,
and Black
from Plant City will be ap- men with dependents as far as pos they may profit by the informa Color Orange Women. He will be requiredto early budget of the department, where he wan subjected to both lif* {' s yf

mately one cent per quart sible. The state can restrict the tion. teach two years after gradua- thus shortening the mileage from Imprisonment and death for the '' f if M

"r than from Starke, Lawtey. labor to Floridians. The govern- Tallahassee, July 24.-Th* state tion or refund the money used. all central and western sections of : same offense, the death sentence ,,

d I Hampton. ment provides that a 30 hour week COOTER POND FARMERTO Is I manufacturing 395,750: : automo- the Florida peninsula to all pointson should not be executed. Two year t

be followed for each employe: RESUME SENTENCE bile license plates for 1933 as com DEMOCRATS MEETINMARIANNA the upper Atlantic seaboard ago he escaped death through r'

ORK KEPT BUSY The road board meets tomorrowto pared with 465,000 mad for this SOON habeas corpus proceeding In t'r r

I award contracts for approximately Gainesville, July 21.Sherlfrsdeputies year. HIGH 81'RINOS! NINE Judge Adklns' court, when he attacked 1 I,
AROUND STARKE $234,000 in road and bridge\ yesterday arrested William Motor Vehicle Commissioner W. DOWNS WTARKE 13-0 the right of the prison superintendent f Sr n
Thomas, Cooter Pond farmer, Marianna, July 11,--Plan* for aStatewide
work. S. McLIn said the state had more to act as executioner. +
> stork Is not yet on the list .-- and will deliver him to officers than it needed this year, BO when Ratification and Victory The suffered Its HJ lost In all stata and federal k

unemployed in Starke. The local BUTLER STOREDESTROYED from the Florida prison farm today the order for the 1933 tag. was Democratic Conference," tobe 'fourth setback of the Mason when I courts except In the United State

tons report a rushing business LAKE BY to resume eerviture of a life I I placed with the plant at the state held In this city Friday and Sat It lost to High Springs last Thurs- Supreme Court, to wMcb the case

11 the> following, births during FIRE I sentence imposed in the local cir I orison at Raiford the number was urday August 26-27 have just been day afternoon, 13 to 9. The game was not carried. Thereafter the t

.!hat tendays: cuit court In 1914. Thomas was reduced. announced, the Marianna Floridan I was played at High springs. case wait taken on higher court ,I j
r. acd Lake Butler July 25.The gen clnvlcted of the murder of Bud sponsoring the project. Efforts I t
Mrs.. L. E. Radcll/f The which will Batteries were; Starke. Seymore
of W. H. new tags, go on proceedings to the Federal District ,r i
lise a:on: July 19th. eral merchandise store and Justice. sale December 1, will have black will be made to secure several nationAlly Moor and Deal; High Springs, Court In Miami, and the K'
and Graham one of the oldest Thomas' conditional pardon, known Democratic orators I r
Mr., John A. McKinney numbers and letters on an orange Clayton and DIlmb rr:. United States Circuit Court of Appeals ? ,

". and and Mrs Frank Robln- .destroyed by fire early Sunday revoked recently by the state par- The tags will be of 21 different The Floridan sponsored a was Wall and for the opposition Sears, Jr., of Jacksonville
Starke night. A volunteer fire depart- don board when It was represented Democratic conference In this city t
son, July 23rd. types. There were 23 type of Bamberg.The and Claude Pepper of Tallahassee,
Ir. and Mrs. Leon Grlffls, ment prevented spread of the to the board that the defendanthad 1932; tags. The various types of last November which brought score by Inning. was as follows attorneys for Buchanan, left Immediately i

m.,, Starke son, July 22nd. flames, being aided by favorable lately been guilty of cattle tags are for passenger cars weigh- more than 1000() leaders of the par : after the hearing Tuesday ? rr

Ind. Mrs. Brantley Fountain winds and the fact that a showerin stealing. I ing 3000 pounds and under, pas ty here, from all section of the H. Springs! 510030400 13 afternoon for the prison farm e ; J
Je. non, the afternoon had dampened the Thomas, with B. F. Carter, was state. e '
July 23rd v' senger cars weighing more than Starke 060002001 9 where Superintendent Chapman allowed h 2
r. and Mrs G. roofs of nearby building convicted of shooting Justice whileon dealers' Local leader In plan for the a
C. :McGauley, 3.0OO pounds), official cars, --- them to remove their client
ker son. July 23rd. The fire l ia thought to have been a raft In the Suwannee river. cars, trucks, ambulance, buses, conference will meet at the Chlpola men as John N. Garner, Senator: from the death cell f !,

and Mrs Gordon Grill, of Incendiary origin. The same'same The late Judge Wills imposed a 'motorcycle and other vehicles. hotel Friday of this week at 3 James A. Reed, Senator Pat Harrison h 'i'i-

ty daughter July 24th. : store was entered by robbers life sentence. The case was prose The motor vehicle department : p. m. to put the movement for the Harry Flood Byrd Governor d s

and Mrs. Earl Carter High- last Friday night, goods valued at cuted by Judge A. V. Long who at ordered 3,650: duplicate tag. to replace August conference definitely under Ritchie, Huey Long and others. NEW PLEE-ZINO STORE h' i t
laughter July 24th about $150 being stolen. SheriffJ. that time was state attorney. those lost or stolen. Dupli way. It was announced. Earnest effort will also be madeto 1 ;

and Mrs. A. W. Spencer W. Brannen and his deputies investigating -- cats tags are Issued by the depart "West Florida," said Charles E. secure Franklin D. Roosevelt, M1tl

ey Farms, daughter, July 26th. the robbery, recovereda I:DEATHS!! FROM DISEASE ment for $1 each after a record Jones, editor of the Florldan, "has the presidential nomine who. It Is The formal opening of the newPleeZlng )'ll

r. and Mr. Wallace Thigpen, part of the merchandise and I SHOWN BY FIGURES has been made of the lost or stolen long been recognized a* Florida' said will likely be at Warm Store at 115 West Call V 4
July 21st. made four arrest in connectionwith I Gllbratar of Democracy, and as Springs Ga.. at that time. street will be held on Friday and t eF

the Dr. plate. I Marianna held the Democratic conference "For state will inVite Saturday of this week, Olin W. ;I It
frond Mra. .. **. Baffin. case.Following Figures received here from speaker we t
July 25th. the fir Sunday night Stewart O. Thompson director of I Umatllla, Brick building occupied In November, it Is the logical and fully expect, ,,,1'1 guberna- White, manager, ha announced. re W

r.lII Starke
ClrIa. July 20 up a trail where two men had State Board of Health, show that: remodeled. .,Democratic love feast heartily endorsing also Charles M. Durrance, John W. Into effect on Friday. a-; '

r_end Mn. B. N. been seen running a short time one death occurred In Bradford all the nominee of the Martin Cary A. Hardee. John P. .

Ii... IOn, July3Uu Coleman. before the discovery of the fir. county from pellagra and one from Tampa-Work on cut-off high- party from the president to con- Stokes, S. P. Roblneau W J. Sears, WALL ANNOUNCE'I .

r. and Mr- A. Sumner The trail was lost at a point where malaria, during the first five way connecting Plant City road stable, and promulgating anew the Congressman-elect Millard Cald. LOWER ICE RATES v- '

boy> july 2J( ., the men are believed to have enter-I months of 1932. No death were and state road No. 5. east of Six- principle of the Democratic party. well, Ruth Bryan Owen and other _. ,

,rJ'lIId .. Joe FrIgo,. Lawtey ed an automobile. caused by typhoid fever, diphtherianor Mile Creek, to start shortly. "We will arrange a program of Notice to ice patrons: Beginning w;.
2r. ,. tuberculosis.. -. SMacctennyContinuance----" unusual Importance, cooperatingwith Plant City-W. W. Rivers purchased Monday, August 1, ice will b* reduced n 9n

!- Tarpon Springs Announce Deaths from all cause In Florida of survey the national, stat and county feed and hardware department to forty cent per hundred '4'' i,

liter CUden-a. W. MiddleIt ment made by group of local people during May of this year totaledthe of highway from stat farm committees. W* hop to secure fas Plant City Growers' Association pounds. In less quantities the rate e

Ipqe crocery store and of plans for erection of ice same as they did In the same through her to Georgia stat line,.several nationally known leaders building, opposite Union will b* slightly higher. y

IDuket >la Scott building.: manufacturing plant to be known .month of last year 1141. ordered by stat road departments Lad orator which will Include such depot, from Galney A Whitcomb. W. L. WALL..a. .

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.t following teachers lu charge. Professor .,Mrs.. Alma Thomas Tuesday after Mr. C. C. Crosby motored to tion Sunday.A Starke were visiting Mrs. J. P. last week. -

r _I.l L. H. Futch as principal; I Lawtey SUnday. large crowd enjoyed the annual Dickinson Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. F r .r.

;, EVERGREEN tho assistant teachers are as follows noon.Mr.. L. Newmans was the guest Rev. N. T. King of Hampton meeting at Rock church Fri and Mrs. J. H. Hall and visiting their mother, Mrs. J.1

: Mrs. Blanche Edwards Mrs. of Miss Mildred Sanders Sunday! was visiting in this section Satur- day Saturday and Sunday. children of Hampton were -visitingMr. Knight Monday.
.._ ...
;: : f .no F. A. a. C Nathan Prevatt. Miss Cleo Saxon afternoon. day, also attended church }lere. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and and Mrs. W. H. Hall Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs., Leonard pent,

+; and Mrs. L. H. Futch. Miss Annie Sweat and daughters Miss Audrey iUd Vests McRae little children: were visiting relatives and :Mrs. E. F. Harris and and son were visiting his

:Mrs. R. Gnann and daughters of MUdred and GenevIeve were spent the week-end with Mr., and In Starke Saturday. children of Waldo, were visiting Mrs. William Prevatt Sunday moti.

\e Sanford are visiting :Mr. and Mr,. Dr- R. M., Faver and family of visiting Miss Emma Woodle FrIday Mrs T. N. Norman. Mrs. Blrt Stokes and children, relatives here Sunday, Mr. end Mrs. Smith of Cn

) J. E. Rosier this week. Miami, are vlsiUng friends and afternoon. Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake But-I Mr. Ernest Fowler :Miss Vldo :May Miss Ruth Fender was visiting Cove were visiting Mr. and 11

:Mr. and :Mrs Carl Milliard ends :relatives here th!* week. Dr. Faver ler attended church here Sunday.The and Eatelle Mott were visiting Mr. Miss OuMa Hall Sunday atternoou. J. H. Monds Sunday.

s ; k children spent Sunday with B. E. :was once a resident of Hampton.He revival meeting at Pine and Mrs. L W. Dyal of Grahamlast Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sullivan, Mr. Misses' l Myrtle and Melba Kn1ct

d i Hosier and mother. graduated as an eye.ear, nose Level will begin next Sunday eve Sunday. and Mrs. J. H. :Maddox. Mr. and were visiting Misses Leah G
_f. ''t Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and and throat specialist and has a NEW RIVER ning. Everybody welcome. Mrs. A. L Sullivan were visiting and Lola WUkerson Sunday

,,3 ''b children it Woodlawn were visiting .. and K....
large practice in Miami. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan Mr. Dempsey Knight were'vt
her mother, Mrs. J. S. Rosier .... a-.. ..... u.Among '
'J} Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, Delana Jones of Hampton Monday Ing Mr. Waver Grlffls and
'hi I Thursday night. 'Ca., is spending the week with TIIERESSA afternoon.Mr. Wilkeraon Sunday.Mr. <
r r : Miss Willie Mae Reddish spent :Mrs. O. those who were transacting ZIFF Alderman of Mel- .
her mother Haynes. George PauV Louie and
"Jn.1 the week-end here with her cousins business In Starke Saturday MlM Rh... 2.1.1_. c.... Johnnie 1
l fi Mrs J. M. Maxwell, who has MW. L.'. Mm. L.wU. C... rose was a visitor here Sunday go were visiting Mr. Waver Griff
Pauline and Juanita Rosier. were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns
; been her friends and relatives and
visiting night. Lloyd WUkerson
v i'f) Miss: Lorene Rosier spent Sunday in ClIo Ca-, returned to her and daughter, Essie, Messrs. Jim Mr. W. W. Packham and Mr. Mr. Waver Sunday
aid E. Thomas -
Mr. :Mrs. H. Mr. H4n
Louise Yarborough and Bud : andS.
here with her cousin Moody
_ il. 'home here last Saturday. James Trlest were transactingbusiness WUkerson and
N. Johns. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Wllken:
4v 1j \!' Rosier. Charles Weeks and wife spent !here with:their parents, Mr. and In Gainesville Friday af- were visiting Mrs. Victoria
"II and Mrs. Gordon Grlffis are I' Miss Essie Sapp was visiting
ternoon.Mr. Farms
the week-end with Mr. Weeks' sister Mrs. J. B. Thomas.Mr. Pressing Monday. -
friends at Jacksonville Beach
r birth of daughter Sun-
t the a I
.. announcing Mrs. Elsie Sparkman. Persia Lewis of Jacksonville, and Mrs. A. t. Sullivan mo
born July 24th. Miss" Lola. WUkemon Cor.Mr. I
day.Mr. tored
to Providence
here his Sunday accompanied -
spent Sunday with par
and Mrs. Frank
:.t Mr. and Mrs. L. Donnelly and Merritt were
f ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. by Mrs. Dewey Chapman
In Jacksonville
,1 .It sons. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClel- visiting Sunday. .and baby. Carol, of Miami who will Drew Wilkerson and RAIFORD
Mrs. L W. Dyal and daughter, Kyle,
Messrs. N. O. and
$?f lan and Mrs. Hester Sapp spent LITTLE SPRINGS Jay Moody
\: visit her Mr. and Mrs. J. all from
y Miss Marion Lee,'of Graham spent parents. Mr. Webster. Cannon,
at Brooker .
J. E. were visiting Sunday.Mr.
and Mrs.
i' t with Mr.
\!.. Rosier.Sunday Willie Mae Newsome, Cor. Resale Colson of Brooker, several days here with her par- I J. Summers Maxville. were visiting Mr. E. L. Red Kerce, Cor.

u ; Mr. and Mrs. Jams Rosier and was visiting in our section one ents.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace WUkerson Monday.Mrs. .

+ children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsomeand day last week. Stafford Crews was In our I were business visitors. to Starke Lillie Carter of Clay Hill, The Raiford baseball club

R. S. Rosier Sunday.Mr. Mr. Floyd Wiggins was a business section Monday.Mr. Friday. are visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. defeated by a score of JIM
: and Mrs Ellery Redding of In Jacksonville family were visiting and relatives Sun- visitor in Starke Saturday. and Mrs. H. Shaw, Mrs. Susan I Everyone is thankful for the Monds for a few days.Mrs. Branford Sunday evening on
f, ,t Baldwin spent the week-end here Messrs. Crystal Wiggins and Goodrich, Mr. Allen Thomas I bountiful showers that fell. here Victoria Monde, Mrs. LU- latter diamond.Mr .
day.Mr. Hassle Rhoden in and slater, Julia, spent Saturday !Monday. lie Carter, Harry and John Wil- Izit Roundtree
with his mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding Russell Carter of were visiting who for
was guests Lake Butler and Starke Saturday night and Sunday here with Mr. I Mr and Mrs. Guy Sullivan and kerson, Mr. Archie and: Walter :past three months has been i
Mr. and :Mrs. Newsome Sun-
Perry and Mrs. Henry Shaw. ,her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wlttfeldt all of Pressing Farms at-
4, Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and evening.Mr. ployed by the Atlantic Coast L.
children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and Mr. H. P. Gainey of Brooker :Maddox of Vero Beach returned tended church at Saxton Sunday.Mr. I RaUroad as student clerk here
and Mrs. Owen Carter
a J. a Sapp Sunday. were in children and little Melba Moody was In our section Saturday.Mrs. Monday from a visit In Georgia to Wilbur and Avery Knightwere turned to his home in Ocala Su

( Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick visiting relatives. Saturday were visiting his sister Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and childrenof visit Mr. Sullivan's parents, Mr, guests of Mr. Harry Wilker-);,day. after being layed off.
d and daughter, of Manning spent Homey Johns in Jacksonville Sun Graham spent Saturday night and Mil''. A. L. Sullivan. son Sunday.Mr. Malcolm Tompkins has return
C. Moore went to Saxton
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. her with her parents. Mrs. S. W. Griffith of Miami, ar- Archie and Walter Wlttfeldt ,to his home after spending a in
church day.Mr.
Rosier. Mackie Sunday Carnackle the and Mrs. Jesse Thomas and Miss Ellen Howard of Jacksonville rived here Sunday for a visit with were the guests of Mr. Harry Wil- visiting his uncle, Mr. J W. Toe

t tr Mrs. WIllie Reddish and children was children of Lulu were visiting rela- spent Saturday and Sunday her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. kerson Sunday. kina of Leesburg.
of Mr. Owen Carter Sunday
were visiting her mother Mrs. J. guest tives here Sunday.Mrs. Acre with friends and relatives.Mr. Sullivan. Mrs. Griffith will be remembered Mrs. Lillie Carter, Mrs. Victoria Miss Allmeta Bitch Is spends
evening.Mr. M. F. and Mrs. Pervis Lewis of Jacksonville as Miss Hilda Sullivan. Honda visiting their mother
S. Rosier Friday and Saturday. Wiggins were several weeks as guest of her H
Pitt Newsome of
rn was guest Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding Starke Sunday afternoon.We Edna Johns were transacting business Miss Kathryn Weest of Hamptonwas Sunday. .ter. Mrs. E. F. Cribbs of Jacksq
Daughter, Lula Mae spent Sunday visiting Miss Thelma Sullivan Griffin from Saxton
and of the state farm, In Starke Saturday afternoon. Mr. Lloyd vllle.
daughter that mistake
spent Sunday afternoon with his was made are In sorry the paper a about Mr. Miss Lena Belle Sbepard spent. afternoon at Midway with Mr. and141'1I. and Mrs. S. W. Grlfiftn. Sun- were visiting Mr. Harry Wilkerson Billy Jones, son of Mr. and Ui|
J. Dennl on.
mother. Mrs. H. F. Redding. and Mrs. Frank Ferrel the week-end at her home In day.Mr. Sunday.Mr. J. C. Jones is expected to return
+ Elsie Lee Motes of Wateroak ColemanWUIlams Morgan, Starke. Miss Rhoda Thomas has returned and Mrs. D. W. Moore had Roy Grltfis of Rosedale was his home here Saturday after
spent the week-end here with her and Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Knight were to Jacksonville after spendinga as dinner guests Tuesday, her sister visiting Mr. John WUkerson Sun- two month's visit with his id
k ; Morgan Clyde Morgan. They In section while here with her parents Mr. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, Mr. and
sister. Stella Motes. attended the Danville church last visiting our Monday.Mr. day.Mr. Mrs. W W. Farnell of New Syn) ]
i'y Reddish- Wateroak was :M. L Johns was transacting and Mrs. J. B.Thomas. Mrs. J. H. Maddox and Mr. and Lacy Griffin, Mr. Dewey McPherson -

visiting Carl his sister, Mrs Cohen week Miss, not Willie the Mae dance.Newsome went business In Gainesville Monday.GRAHAM A large crowd from here attended Mrs. Guy Sullivan of Vero Beach Mr. Cecil Brown of Max- na.Mr.. Carl Ritch and Ivy Tod

+ I the regimental parade at Camp and Mrs. S. W. Griffith of Miami. Vine were visiting here Tuesday made a business trip to Maccleuj
Peele Sunday. to the state farm after-
1 Foster Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr.
A. 1. Sullivan was visitinghis evening. Monday afternoon.Mr. .
noon. F. W. Reynolds and Mr. L mother, Mrs. Josephine Sulli- :Mrs. Ida Prescott and liOn Earl, and Mrs. D. C. Sweat ipej
Russell Carter :Mackie Carn
W. Dyal of Graham was In our van In Hampton Tuesday. Mrs. were visiting Mrs. E, L. WUkerson of
the week-end
as guests
ackle went to the state farm Sun' .c I
> WOODLAWN section Sunday.Mr. .
Sullivan is ill and .
very we all wish afternoon.Mrs.
Leona of Providence
day afternoon. M!. Ell .!.*.....C.,. and Mrs. Louts Belling
Clemens her a speedy recovery. W. M. Wlttfeldt were visiting -
MlM Debbie Phillips. Cor. Mrs. Lloyd Moore, Lois Moore Cecil and Ressie Thomas, B. M. Mrs. H. D. May and daughter, Mrs. E. L. WUkerson Monday Apopka Improvements mil
e and Rosle Moore went to the state Clyde Surrency Harvey Dyal Johns and Milton all of Mrs.
W. M. Maxwell were visiting afternoon.Mr. in basement of Methodist chun:
? t,1 Miss Edna HUllard returned to farm Sunday afternoon. i and Viola Reynolds of Tampa Starke were In our section Sunday.Mr. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Friday eve- and Mrs. Walter O'Qulnn
Miss Carrie Belle Norman was were visiting relatives and friends R. L)Thomas and Mr.
her home at Valrico Tuesday after Lacey and daughter were visiting her ened short time ago.
spending two weeks bare with rela- the guest of Mr. H. Norman Sun here Saturday night. Silcox of Starke, were in our sec ning.Mrs.. B. F. Hall and children of mother, Mrs. J. E. Knight one day Stretch of road between Bow,

tives. day.Miss Among those who attended .
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Messrs. J. S. Norman and D. L. Annie WaInwright and Miss church at Little Rock Sunday are

Phillips were business visitors to Maxine Hicks were guests of Mr. Jr.. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds and
71l 4
1,) k Gainesville Friday. Sapp Sunday. !family. Billy McEver, :Mrs. Etta SEE WHAT YOUR WORN
Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Hicks and children
Mrs Henry
; ,
of Plant City, were the guests of Johnson' and family Mr. and Mrs. SPECIAL OFFER TIRES ARE WORTH!

w Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman last IIARTSBURG Roy Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Irving

H week. I Dyal, Mr. Meeks, Mrs. Chesley Look At These Generous JI&

Mrs. George Chambers returnedto Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor. 'ogg and daughter, Leecy and T Allowance T
d her home in Mobile, Ala., Saturday Lillian, and son Jewett, all of here. FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
Rev. Butler of Lake Butler filled
;lt after spending of her several sister days Mrs. i Miss Era Edwards was the his regular appointment here Sunday 28 29 and -J.
bere the guest July 30 Allowances
_ guest; of Miss Virginia Brantley and Sunday evening. on

{ II.. Dunn. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Mildred Broughton returned -
Juanita and Geneva Hil-
,l p Misses Albert Davis was the guest to her home Saturday after an GOODYEARALLWEATHER
their friends with I
hard ,of Mr. Jordan Brantley and Hugh operation, which was performed In .f\\
at their $
t a social Thursday evening 'Andrews Sunday afternoon. $
Gainesville a few ago.
A enjoyed
home. nice time was
Miss Florrle Frldell was thevest Mr. and Mrs. E. .J. Yarboroughof
by all present. SIZE EwkTIra S.I ofl
l of Miss Virginia Brantley
Waldo, were shopping here Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. R. Strickland and Sunday. urday. 6To 4.40-2U. ....f .,...

Mrs. Carrie Smith of Webster, Misses Boots and Freda Brown 4JSO-2O :I... ....
The farmers were thankful for were the guests of relatives here 6.501a.os: ....
were guests of Virginia Brantley
I f' last week. the rain which fell here Monday 4.75-19.. 2.35: ....

a Webster ,Sunday. afternoon. 4.73-20._ :I.... ....
Mr. and Mrs. E. were
'I:I Robert KIrkland has returned tohla Miss Mattie Norman spent the b.0019.2.4, ....

1 visitors to Jacksonville Wednesr home In ,Jacksonville after week-end with her parents at Van. 5.00-20._ X.4S ....

day.Mr. 'pending several weeks with Byron derbilt. S.251&a.7* 11.00
and Mrs. M. D. Carter were Irantley.Air. 5.2b2..e .....
Visitors to Starke Thursday. I For Your Worn Tires 5.25-20._ .
eo H. u., Starting or Heuoronn S.2S-2U. :.:: ::.::

Springs, was a visitor here Sunday B.50-17 5.1. n..'

1 afternoon. RISING 6.50-ia.. S.IS la..'
BOATDRAIN Miss Ola Mae Andrews was the 5JO-19 5.:&. la.'.
guest of Miss Virginia Brantley .... H. M. .....R... c... Sensational I Allowances 1S.5O20'S.U n.'.
Miss Cherry Harrell. Cor. Sunday.Mr. HERE'S WHYWeareswamped 6.00-17.3.S u.
Mr. J. B. DeLacey and daughter for Three 3.50 ::.:
Leo Edwards was a- visitor Gertrude of Auburndale Days 6.00-19: *
a, d Misses Mae Prevatt and Cherry here Sunday afternoon. with calls 6.0020.3.65 u.
Mr. and Mrs. E C. Lewis.
Harrell were visitors of Miss Elizabeth The revival at Saxton afterrunning visiting Only Latest Finest 6.00-2U. S.** I4.M
r.I Anders Sunday. four weeks has closed and Mrs. Aleen Phllmann and! children for partly used tires. Our on 6.50-17.: ST.M:

h Misses Cherry Harrell and Juan- we have organized a Sunday school and! Miss Nita Kelly arrived used tire stock has been .SO-19_ ....* 17.'..
Monday from Tampa to spend a New-- 7.0018.5..
afternoon with an enrollment of elgbly-sev-
ita Priest spent Sunday shot to pieces. Right now
few weeks here with relatives.Mr.
with Misses Mae and Melba Pre- en. We also organized a youngeople's
L. E. Mr. and this shortage puts a mar

vatt.Mrs.. Mollle Harrell spent Saturday prayer> meeting.Endeavor, and cottage Mrs. B. L. Haltlwanger, Mr. and ket,, value on used tires G 0 0 DYE. t A R Allowance on

N 1 night with her daughter and Miss Ruth Brantley spent Saturday Mrs. B. L. Haltlwanger. all of that enables us to 'offer

1 son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph night with :Miss Nettle Ruth Jacksonville passed through this you tremendous allow ALL-WEATHERS c GOODYEARPATHFINDER
section Saturday afternoon.
Starling of Hellbronn Springs.
Caine ?
1 ) toward the of '''
Mien Lillian Kelly and brother ances price
El- Mr. Jesse K. of Jacksonville
Miss Julia TIson visited Ruth Degolyer -
;i withJr. J. R., were visiting at the home of new Good largest end PATHFINDERS
la Priest Sunday afternoon. spent Saturday night years .
j and Mrs. L. L Conner Satur- 9.1
Joe Mr. SIZE CachTlM
Mr. George Bowers Br. BUI TIs- Brantley.Mr. selling tires in the world.
on visited Pete and Leo Orlffls Hugh Andrews was the day night In Vanderbilt section. 4.40-21 $1.55 .*.io
_ fn Sunday afternoon. guest of Miss Florrle Frldell Sun- The birthday party given at the Ityouactqulcklyyoucan I : Lifetime Guaranteed S uper- o-2at.. ...0 ....

i Eliza Harrell Is spending a few day. home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis sell us the miles left In : 4.50-21- ...* ....
tWist Cord Tear-Fresh StockAH
k"l days with her slater, Mrs. Ralph Friday n'ght:;: was enjoyed by all your worn tires at : 4.75-19:. X... ....
ti who attended. 4.15-20.. :a.eo
Gainey.Mr. Mrs. T. N. Norman and childrenof Firsts. Greatest 4.75-ai ace .
and Mrs. Louis demons, R. SANDY LANE FULL CASH VALUE :.:
Hellbronn, were visiting Mr. and 50X19 .!.
a, U Thomas Cecil Thomas, Resale Good! ccr'ducs in Thirty ....
ro. Mrs. H. M. McRae Monday.Mr. 5.00-20 :aui5.oozi .
Thomas and B. M. Johns of Starke ''
Lorena Green Cor. I .
ke Lacy Varnes the livestock Nov your worn tires are _' :: ...
spent Sunday in Brooker with S.
: : : 9se
is, relatives. inspector, was transacting businessIn worth more OFF thanyour 5JX2a3: ...
Mrs. Corley Johns and children this section Friday.Mr. : 1 s.:5-1L s.u .
car. .tJt. ...
were the supper guests of Mrs. Ida and Mrs. J. W. McRae and c oAllovfaxzs 5.25-19a.n: .

Sweat Tuesday evening. little son, and Mr., and Mrs. B. M. 5J3-2O. ....* Cirt ,

th., HAMPTON Miss Emma Woodle was the McRae all of Starke spent the .7.mlr!: t ,: en All' ( Sizes.ip a.56-1L SJ3-21: -. a....'.* .....
a nest of Miss Annie Sweat Tues- week-end here with relatives.

sic MlM A.. Mlai_.. c... day.Mr.. Bascom Williams has returned Lewis Mrs.were H. H.visiting Lewis and the bedside Mrs. E. C.of ,USED TIRE E:;}:-. 1, T, 2, *, or 5 Tires. 6.00-20 5.5019X.f.. 3.30: :;::;:; a r

r i+ pri School Building Hearing home after several months Mrs. W. R, Halalop Saturday af- r'1.3 'l.i.::itE:,'3. 6.00215.... 23..:*
er.. Completion visit In Fort Myers with friends ternoon. I. BUYERS 6.00-23... S.I 1

S' The high school building here and relatives. Mr. J. L. Lewis and mother Mrs. _';2I2'r.r-.o.! : : .,. -

? 4' will be completed this week and Mrs. E. E. Green and children, E. J. Lewis and Miss Edna Lewis,

; ready for occupation next Monfat Lucille, Reba and little son Everet motored to Jacksonville Friday. Theexdbangedtlreagoon

,,ti. day. Much credit la due the architect loUls, spent Thursday with Mrs.Ida Miss Agnes Sapp of Vanderbilt
Mr. sale to you as fast as they.
Primmer of Clearwater. Sweat.
spent and
t Saturday night Sunday
I ata He has mapped out and completed Miss Mildred Sanders was the with Miss Lillian Kelly. are taken off and InREGISTER MOTOR CO. LOUIE'S SERVICE STATION'

''aOJ a beautiful piece of work, while guest of Misses Pauline and Lo- Miss Ida Mae Norman and brother spected. Come take your

.wi' many of the workmen were Inexperienced rene Green Thursday.Mr. Russell Misses Marie Alvarez I Phone 103 Phone 83

"I In that kind of work, he Ozlne Sweat of Jacksonville all of Vanderbilt and. Miss Ruth pick. Depend on ua to

mo' kept everything moving along was visiting Mrs. Ida Sweat Norman of Plant City were visit. treat you right on prices.

t .t with perfect ease. School will open ',Wednesday afternoon. Jug Miss Aud.ey McRae Sunday I
'lr next Monday, August lat with the Miss Lorene Green was visiting afternoon .



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Raiford Educational work I this work he was joined by his since the lake's level has been low brother J. V. Edwards of Brooker, I: Lake Worth -- R ta-T; tro *

among the negro prisoners at the wife, Billie Burke, the actress. For ered and was used extensively for were the dinner guests of Mr and ed recently In Laurlston Annex. ;
Florida in ,1
Short Florida
News of Paragraphs state prison here will be years he member f k
was a of the farming last/ winter However, Mrs. A. A. Edwards. { is
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started in, a systemtlc: way next I managers and producers committee there was little or no protection Mrs. Susan Sapp and Mr. J. C Contract let state ,vt''% '5ffa'
i September. Dr. J. R E. Lee preai- of the Klwnnls club's under- the lake in times of Alvares In Gainesville for giving
against high were visiting r "
road No. 85 Okeechobee to Indian
,dent of the Florida I I ,
agricultural and
privileged child benefit water.
shows Friday last.
Town ,,
via Sherman. ,
mechanical college for negroes at productions in which famous actors -I We are glad to hear that Miss ,
[ LIVE STATE NEWS Talalhassce, will have charge of writers and producers donate West Palm Beach-Two hun- Lubedla. Alvarez Is improving from ,

the) educational program. Dr Lee their talents here yearly to raise dred determined residents of the her operation and will be home TRAIN SCHEDULE r

and several of his Instructors at the many thousands or dollars for Lake Okeechobee trucking district soon. Our schedule change. Sunday '

state negro school will conduct the charities. visited a small colony of Filipino Mr T. B. Pinholster who is May 22nd and trains will run as j'''

courses of instruction farmers near Canal Point last teaching school at Vanderbilt spent follows:
L Jacksonville Because an Army .i week and ordered them to be gone the pad week-end at home In No. 1 Southbound local due I

,--, New York Lower Manhattan mule turned up Its toes and died from the district by 10 o'clock Brooker.Mr. Starke 10:09: p. m. !
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leaned out of skyscraper windowslast I.after an encounter with Lieut. Col. Monday night. Reports from Canal and Mrs. Benny Sapp and No. 11, Southbound local due 1 ; ,
Itr GalneavlUe -- Members of Hals8 for five cents. Just above that ad week to watch 115 white-clad N. :!. Wiley at Camp Foster last Point said a number of Fill daughter Dorothy and Mrs. Brad- Starke 9:20: a. m. +

8* Lynch post of the American was another by a bake shop offerIng boys of the Miami, Florida Junior summer officers of the 124th Infantry plnoa recently bad come Into the ley of Starke were the dinner No. Southbound limited due 9g

voted overwhelmingly last pound loaves at one cent each. Chamber of Commerce drum and yesterday presented him area frorr California and that the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Starke 10:27: a. m. 1;

fgbt at a special called meetinggo bugle corps pipe their way through with a mount that cannot be white farmers were aroused by reports II Sunday./ No. 2 Northbound local due

on record as favoring Immed- Gainesville-Sought since June Broad and Wall streets. Two- shocked to death by regular army that 2,000 more were pre- Remember the Union meeting at Starke 6:19: a. m. !y $

it It t. payment of the bonus. The I 15 when he broke Jail at Waldo, year-old" Foils Miller, strutting language While Colonel Wiley was paring to move into the district I Hope church Saturday and Sun. No. 12, Northbound local due

|te was 40 to 9.i Adam Robert, negro was arrested mascot led the corps from the Bat busy supervising range practice a front the Pacific coast. So far as day. Everybody Is welcome to at Starke 3:31: p. m.

late yesterday by sheriffs depu- tery to 60 Wall Tower, where midget automobile was driven into could be learned the fear that tend. No. 108 Northbound limited due a,

e i Gainesville-J. M. Berry rash! ties in the Gumroot section northof Henry L. Doherty of the Cities Ser his tent and parked there. A chauf- large numbers of Filipinos would Starke 6.01: p. m.

n lot of the Lacrosse section, was Newnan's lake on a warrant vice Company was host at lunch- feur was in attendance and, In lieu gain a foothold around the lake Starke and Wannee 101 leave "

rested this morning by sheriffs charging him with assault with eon for them. He sponsored their of a flag such as general officers to the detriment of the white farmers Starke 7.00: a. m.

loutles charged with possession of Intent to commit murder upon" trip north. rate, a mop was attached to theradiator was the main reason for the BROOKER No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.

fi moonshine stUl and one barrel of Flossie Serry. action. Closing of Mall\ 1r .

tub.' He will be arraigned before, Tallahassee Governor DoyleE. MlM Vera Galacr, Car. South .,, y
n Orlando Gainesville-Cows were milkedby Train No. 11, parcel post, 0 a. m. +,
unty Judge B. D. Were.sanfordCompletion Miss Margaret Ekh- Carlton believes this not the Jacksonville Another chapterin t l
.y dal 20, formerly of Tampa and, proper time for a road building the alleged plot to defraud the telegraph at the Florida Experiment Mr. and Mrs. G. E McGauley No. 107. letters special delivery (
Station here are the proud parents of a baby and handling, 10:10: a. m. I'
I of planar I winner of the Miss America title, "holiday" In Florida as suggested Jacksonville Traction Company by Saturday. special
boy born 23.
a Republican rally to attend in 1930, died in an, Orlando hospital by several groups In the state. The counterfeiting and selling bogus 'The milking machine broke down.A Mrs. R. W.Saturday Brannen July and North 1 .
ilclal opening of W. :J. Howey's following an acute attack of peritonitis time is approaching rapidly, he weekly street car passes was writ 'I spring in the pulsator which Pauline, who have been daughter No. 12 parcel post and letters c

Impalgn for governor of Florida yesterday and an operationthis said, when the statemay consistently ten in the record books In the crimInal causes the suction to alternate : ing:; sometime In Okeechobee spend-with 3:15: p. m. ; ,
Sere completed here by Ferman morning. Her parents Mr. put Into effect not a five- court by Judge James :M. i from front to rear teats was I friends and relatives returned to No. 108 letters, special deliveryand v'? iIp

lilson of the Howey-for-Governor and Mrs. E. A. Ekhdal of Orlando year "holiday" but a ten-year respite Peeler. It happened when Judge broken. The part could be replaced I her home here last wek. special handling 5:40: p. m. it t
Orlando., and several brothers and but It had to be ordered from New Starke A Wannee Branch
ladquarters In sisters I from highway building. But Peeler passed sentence on L. L.
P. and
E. A. Gainey, S. M.
7:00 ,
Mall closes : a. m.
at her bedside. York-meanwhile there were 30
'until the present system of roads Malloy, a discharged street car operator Mott Vasco and Aubry Ilaxen andJ. ni t
N. 1\ cows to be milked. Johnnie Wilson hail arrives 2:40: p. m.
I Miami-The trial of Capt. W. and bridges has been completedthe who had pleaded guilty to R. Mott were transacting business '
closes 6:10 m.
mall : p.
ncaster. British aviator, on aarge Palatka -.. A news story in the governor feels It would be unWise a charge of conspiracy, the state campus electrician at the experiment In Starke Tuesday. Night 10:00 IlL
Train No. south : p.
of murdering Haden Clark, Palatka Daily News told of thieves to abandon the work. charging that Malloy had con- station on the University Among those attending church
of Florida went to work. I Train No. 2, north, 6:10: a. m.
riter-flaace of the flier's former entering a local store and taking spired with E. E. Blair another grounds .service at Rock church last Satur-
partner, Mrs. Jessie M. 96.30 from the Orlando A sack of former convicted He took an ordinary telegraph Blue Bun SchrdulrsDaily
.via g cash register. It groceries operator Friday, day and Sunday were: Mr. and ,
ellb.Miller, an Australian has also stated that $10 In change was worth 60 cents will be the price of to cheat the local street railway ticker and connected It with the Mrs. E. M. Haien Mr. and Mrs. effective Jan. 1, 1932. y fi ,1M1

' eD i postponed until August 2. left in the register each night. Last admission charged for the vaude- company. pulsator so that It would make and G. W. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Northbound 8.03: a. m, 1:58: p.
break the current that alternatesthe m.. 4:60: p. m., 8:19: p. m.
ville and dance
night thieves broke Into the store Friday nightat Markey Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
J Miami-Miami and Key West city auditorium under the Vero Beach O. O. Sumner and suction. By operating the Southbound-0,34: a. m., 12:34: p. ;1, '
again and took all but 70 cents of aus- Gainey Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott, Y, ''
ticker at of 45 to 48 timesa I 4:34: m., 13:50: a. m. + 1
a speed
Bty commissioners and commtsImers the change. "It pays to advertise", pices of Ormazd Grotto for the R. D. Reams of this city have se- and Mr. R. W. Brannen. atSmlth's
., for Dade and Monroe coun- Claude White, proprietor com- benefit of the Associated Charlies. cured a tract of 7,000 acres north minute Just as though the he wire were I Mr and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Ticket and Information next to + r''qt ,
Service Station
CI i, will meet here Thursday to mented. Mr. Harry Voorhis, treasurer of and west of Lake Wilmington in sending a message over machine to spent part of last week in Lake '*i.4'
caused the courthouse.
slder formation of a non-profit the Associated Charities Is chair- the northern section pf the county he milking Butler with friends. 1'AI

Irporatlon to construct two Jacksonville man of the committee of speakers which they plan to develop Into an do .ts morning work nicely We are very sorry to report that
Miss Pearl Hou-
fidges and eliminate water gaps that will appear before all civic extensive colonization project- according Mrs. L. A. Brown and Mrs. Millie SKUFITY MAKES SUFI ; .
B the Miami-Key West highway. ser, sister of Mike Houser former clubs this week and urge atendanceat to a statement from Mr. Gainey are very 111 at this writing.We WHAt HOPE ALONE FAIIS i#

University of Florida football the event to help the many I Reams yesterday morning.& A plan! VANDERBILT all wish them speedy re t

I Tallahassee-The supreme court player died in a hospital Thursdayof needy cases that come daily to the I is on foot to bring some one hundred -I. -MIUI I covery. ''J 1?,
la affirmed the first degree mur- injuries received when an auto. local authorities. families from Chicago at an Currl Bol 1'1....... Cot; :Mr. and Mrs. L R. Waters and
mobile overturned Jacksonville '
tr convictions and death sentences on early date Mr. Reams stated. Local children, who have been making
' t Victor Palmer and Norman Beach last night. Miss Arlene ,' Gainesville Wanted in this. parties have also become Inter: Miss Agnes Sapp spent Satur their home here for quite a while,

ubber) Heldt for the slaying of Knauer was seriously Injured in county to answer charges that he I ested In this development he said, i day night with Miss Lillian Kelleyof have moved to Alachua. We all ;
the accident and F. P. Dodd and A.
B. Johnson at Tampa January "flooded"' Alachua county with and prospects are bright for numerous Corinth. wish them success. In their new
1931, during an attempted rob- C. Jolly were slightly hurt. worthless checks P. E. Thomas purchases in this section, the i Miss Carrie Bell Norman and home. 3 l

ry. was returned to Gainesville today town site of which will be called little Uellma Norman spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. S. M. :Mott and 1PAdequnleetakfuYtneunnn ,

Titusville-Discussion of progress by sheriff's deputies from Lake Laverne. night with Misses Muriel and Rachel children and a crowd of other

j Vero Beach Unexpected prog- being made in acquiring rights of Butler. Officers stated that Thomas SIlcox of Starke. young folks attended the regimental r i+
tag Is being made in the develop- way along the St. Johns River, drove In to Alachua last week Informed Pahokee The state Is changIng Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman parade at Camp Foster Sunday on your home and business WSI

fient of the cane growing and from Jacksonville to Sanford, presentation farmers that he was a a part of Pelican bay Into were dinner guests of Mrs. Evelyn afternoon. affords necessary tecurtty.

ding project which has been set of a report by H. K. vegetable dealer and then proceeded permanently dry land for farming Crosby of Corinth.Mr. business Without Ir your home sad i(

ftp In Fellsmere by the Fellsmere i Jackson of St. Augustine chair to buy chickens, green corn purposes, reclaiming about 3000 and Mrs. F. M. Norman Gainesville Bids received for valueless might suddenly: become '

Sugar Company according to an man of the legislative committee eggs, and other products giving acres of rich state-owned farming spent Thursday In Lawtey with Mr. construction nf one and one-half
a fionouncement from the manage- and discussion of the proposed ca- "rubber checks" for his purchases. country Fred C. Elliot, engineerand and Mrs. R. Prevatt.Mr. miles road wiinln grounds of University Make lure now that_you sre' 11t4 '

nent this week.Jacksonville nal to connect the waters of the secretary for the trustees of and Mrs. Paul Johnson, and of Florida at this place. help properly.insured" We" eau: i

St. Johns and the Indian River at Palm Beach-The Palm Beaches the internal improvement fund, daughter Susie of Raiford were roll.HAROLD i'

u Competition Is points near Sanford and Tltusvllle, mourned Florenz Ziegf eld as a long said. The big baypart of which the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tallahassee -= Two-story brick I'' C. WALL

Wig keener. One merchant ad- occupied the better part of the time time winter resident who had given lies between the Bacom point peninsula F. M. Norman Sunday.Mrs. extension to be erected to kitchen INSURANCE
Kertised In a local newspaper today of the St Johns River Improve freely' of his theatrical talents for and the lake's east shore Virginia Green and daughter of Florida State College for Women
he; was selling two loaves of bread ment Association session. the benefit of local charities. In south of here, has been largely dry Jeannette of Tampa and to cost about 30000. STARKE. FLORIDA

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: \]iter r-presenting ;popular young BAPTIST W.-M. S. will sponsor sack races, and other ---.-- Filling -
1 1 host with gifts, tbe children played HOLDS MEETING games, awarding prizes to the i FAVORITE RECIPES I II 1 3.4 cups granulated IUWr
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teaspoon of salt.
I 'I' f jjiletij-I the merry birthday games feast on was the nerved lawn ,until the The Baptist W. M. S. held their The grove voted to adjourn until I I 1-2 cup of warm water
)ic ici center of attraction being the regular program and business the fourth Tuesday In Septemberwhen Mahogany Cake sugar and warm w&ter tit

i t birthday cake, decorated with flowers meeting at the church Monday af- regular lodge work will be 1-4 lb. of butter. it the forms three a soft ball, then beat Int
and on which burned two blue ternoon with Circle No. 1 in chargeof resumed. The degree staff of 1 12 of egg whites' which ban'
11144'x'' v candles. Individual cakes and Ice the program.Mrs ,Starke Grove will practice Thursday 2 cups sugar. been whipped stiff, and While hot'
?+s, h WOODMEN COMPLETE PLANS Davis, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perry cream were served and the favor A. M. Darby: president, led r afternoon July] 28, at .4 p. m. 2 eggs.of flour. add 12 marshmallows cut In 8m7!,.'
NATIONAL JlEADCIUAU''ERSThat man, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perry were bright colored balls and the devotional which was followed 'Every member of the team is requested 1 cups of sweet milk with 1 level pieces and beat.
man of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. sticks of candy. with an interesting: program, the to be present, as the Starke' cup of soda dissolved. Mrs. T. N. l Kendrick: / ,
it it ia a difficult proposition W. P. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. The invited guests were: Mar- subject of discussion being, "Deb- staff has been invited, to put on. teaspoon 1 of vanilla. Starke. FJa.
l tor women to erect a business White, Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Griffin, garet and Joe Montieth, Mary tor to the Jew. Mrs. J. H. Pitts, the initiatory work at Poinsettia, teaspoon -
1 ? building baa long been the opinion Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs C Anne Canova of Gainesville' Bll leader of the circle, was asissted Grove In Ocala on the night of 1.2 teaspoon of salt. chocolate. Meat Loaf
? of many citizens. The Supreme H. Darby of East Orange N. J. Randall of Jacksonville, Patsy and by Mrs. W. M. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. E. August 5th. The lodge aaa_ whole] :2 squares butter of Baker's and add 1 can vegetable soup.
t Circle] however, and C. Prleat Mrs. Hutchins Mrs. J.. Cream sugar, 1 pound ground meat.
Forest Woodmen Bill Wainwright, Tom Joan also received an invitation to be I
} ; baa proved that it is not difficult MR. AND MRS. W. M. Massle George Flynn, Jr., Betty M. Brownlee, Mrs. R. A. Thomas present when forty ladies will receive eggs. Sift dry ingredients togetherand 1 medium size onion.
add with milk. This
><>1' 1H at all, for plans have been com WAINWRIGHT ENTERTAIN Anne Flynn, Maurice Edwards Jr., and Mrs W. J. Epperson In pre- the degrees. alternately 1-'2 cup sweet milk
I'll g pteted for their own national headquarters -- Frances Alderman, Bobby Diggs, senting the program. At the close Mrs. Vonda Inman has been makes two layers 1.2 cup cracker mea].
building, to be erected at Mr. and Mrs. W. M.: Wainwright I Martha Kickllter, of Jacksonville, of the program and devotional a working for the interest of Ocala Filling Salt l and pepper to taste and m* I
} Omaha. Nebr. It ia expected that delightfully entertained members' Rutledge Boring, Charles Knight, short business session was held. Grove for the past three week Mix 2 squares of Baker's choc- If desired.
work will begin Boon and the buildIng of their bridge club Friday eveningat Junior Harley and Billy Smith. ,. Five proficiency certificates were olate and 1.4 lb. of melted butter, Bake one hour. I
will be ready for occupancy their home. WOODMEN CIRCLE MEETS awarded to the officers, Gladys] then add 1 lb. confectioners sugar Mrs. R. F. Denxorest
+Mt" October 1. Three tables] for play were arranged MISS KITTY NOOSED Williams, degree captain; Marjorie and enough cream to form right Starke, Fla.
The building will be along] modern : on the large screened porch GIVES SPLASH PARTY The Supreme Forest Woodmen Stump, musician; Lavonia Griffis, consistency and 1 teaspoon of va- .-

ay conservative lines. It will have which was prettily decorated with I Circle, Starke Grove 28, met in Chaplin; Beul&h] Hunt, advisor. The nllla. LITTLE BOY GETS!) HxtUK
try features which: will make It monu potted plants and colorful garden I Monday afternoon at the Kings- I regular session Tuesday evening, visitors present were: Evelyn Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, BUT THE LAW GETS HIM,
mental of the accomplishments of flowers tastefully arranged in wall ;ley Lake cottage of her parents ,July] 26 at W. O. W. hall with Jones, Temple Grove, Tampa; Starke, Fla. -

,; fc women in the business world. Of vases and floor baskets. Five Dr. and Mrs, W B. Parks, Miss .Guardian Mae Green presiding officer Doris Moore, Gate City Grove, Never return to the scene of you
'I. semi-colonial architecture, it will progressions of contract were play. I Kitty Hogsed entertained with a The hall was beautifully Tampa; Mildred Rivers, Amelia Devil Food Cake crime, at least not until you' art
be "U" shaped and will centrist of ed and scores totaled. High prizes splash party, 'the happy occasion decorated ia .lavendar and green, Harper, Mr. Norris and Miss Norris 2-3 cup of Crisco. sure no one is watching. That i<
three stories and a basement I were given Mrs. J. W. Andrews, being the anniversary of her birth the Woodmen'Clrcle colors. The from Lakeside Grove, Lake 1 1-2 cups of sugar. a piece of advice a little negro boy;
The dedication of the new headquarters : Jr., and Mr. J. C. Roblneon. day. Late in the afternoon a Starke Guards{ in their very Impressive Butler. The above visitors were 2-3 cup of coqpa. learned here Wednesday. Ptrhapi
k:' building will draw memo Those enjojying the hospitality] ,I tempting picnic supper was served manner conducted the initiation presented and honors given. The 1-2 cup of hot water. he had heard that more government
bers to Omaha from all parts of of Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright were: Miss Hogsed's guests Were: while" tba-; candidate received Starke grove presented Mrs. Katie 2 teaspoons of baking powder. flour is to be distributed I:
the country. Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mr. Misses Martha Powell Lois Ad- the degrees of Woodcraft. May Baisden with a bridal gift Yolks of three eggs. Starke, and mistook Carl's Cut
state auditor and district manager, and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and klna, Lois Long, Bunnie Canova, Several applications were presented Mrs. Baisden is a member of the 1 cup of thick sour milk. Corner as the place to get It !:
Miss Elizabeth Williams, and many I Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Judge and Margaret Williams, Evelyn and for membership and approval. degree staff. After the business 1-2 teaspoon of soda. any event he entered that itoti
hT other members of Starke Grove Mrs. A Z. Adklng! and Mr. and Marjorie Stump, Beverly Cady, The grove voted an annual picnic session the hostesses, Mrs. Mae 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Tuesday la. broad open daylight'
a No. 278 are Interested In the progress ,Mrs i. W. Andrews, Jr. Mary Brownlee, Hope Haynes, at Kingsley Lake, Thursday, Green, Mrs. Vonda Inman and Mrs. 2 cups of flour. picked up a sack of flour and bi
r of the new building. When Dorothy Ritch and Lillian Stern- August 4, from two until seven- L. S. Hutto served cake-and punch, 1 teaspoon of salt It under the station platform. Tfc
It is dedicated, Miss Myrtle Oils CIRCLES WILL MEET berg. thirty p. m. at J. W. Morgan'a while everybody spent an enjoyable Cream Crisco and sugar, add cocoa flour was discovered In Its resttoi
Crump, of Tampa national] assistant MONDAY AFTERNOONThe landing, slipper at six o'clock. Ev- social, hour. mixed with warm water, beat- place and when the boy return
attendant and state manager, SWIMMING PARTYComplimenting ery member of the circle] and the : en yolks, then sour milk, flour, I for it early Wednesday morning
Mrs Vonda Inman, of Starke, and circles of the Woman's Missionary Juniors are cordially invited. Every- Lawtey-Plee-Zing Food Store soda, baking powder, salt. :Mix ingredients the long arm of the law was waiting -
other state officers will attend and Society of the Methodist her sister, Mrs. body to bring a basket. The circle opened here, recently. and add vanilla. I to reach for him.
visit the home at Sherman, Texas. church will meet Monday after. Charles Larsen of Lakeland, Mrs -
.... noon at four1'o'clock.' The Harriet D. E. Knight entertained Friday
MIL AND MRS DOWUNQ Peek Circle will be entertained by afternoon with a swimming party,
HONORED AT PICNIC Mrs J. F. Galley. The Noble] White at the Mitchell cottage on Kingsley

Circle will be entertained by Mrs. lake.
: In honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. J. }V. White and Miss Amelia Ray, The spacious porch, where the
'I Dowling, who leave today for their at the home of the former guests were received, was gayly
.new home In Jasper, the stewards decorated with baskets of summer
d of the Methodist church and their PAUL E. CANOVA III flowers. After enjoying a swim In

wives entertained last Friday evening CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY the lake, chicken sandwiches and
at the Klngsley] Lake cottageof fruit punch were served by .the
Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Davis. Because Paul E. Canova III was hostess, assisted by Mrs. N. T.
For a number of years Mr. two years old, his aunt, Miss Bun- Bitch and Mrs. R. J. Davis.
bowling has been an active stew. nle Canova gave a party for him Those Invited to be with the FOOD STORESPLEEZINGlow <&:
ard In the Methodist church and Friday afternoon and invited & hostess and honor guest were: Mrs,
hid wife a member of the Woman's number of small people to celebrate E. S. Matthews, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell -

Missionary Society, therefore, their with him.Assisting. Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. E.

'+ move to Jasper la much regretted. the hostess In looking K. Perryman, Mrs. A. S. Crews,, PLEE-ZING prices on more than 500 food and household products enable you to
Swimming, boating and a bountiful after the. pleasure of the children I Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. H. V.
'; \: picnic supper was enjoyed by were Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Jr., Knight, Mrs. N. T. Ritch, Mrs. T. make a real saving that you can figure in dollars and cents. BEST of all you save money

"- the following persons: Mr. and Miss Martha Powell, Miss Vera J. Griffin, Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs.J. without sacrificing QUALITY. PLEE-ZING products are the highest quality you can
Mrs. S. S. Cowling, Rev. and Mrs .,Claire Robinson, and Miss Lola H. Retch Mrs. R. J. Davis,
W. F. Jones, Mr. 'and Mrs. L. A Miller Frazee of Richmond Va. Af.c Miss Annie Darby and Mrs. Chas. buy anywhere-ANp how your dollars s-t-r-e-t-c-h.

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AUCTION AN( Miss a splash Dorothy] party White Monday entertainedwith afternoon MILK tall 5cB SUGAR 51bs. 2k
CONTRACT at Kingsley lake. can y - - -

Swimming was enjoyed until
r late in the evening when punch SELF-UISLNG 6s 12s U.*
h'Wynne Ferguson and sandwiches were served to the

r t ] J,_ Authoi of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE following guests: Martlle Heming- Plee-Zing --19c 34c 64c
1 .- way, Elizabeth Holllngsworth, Geraldine FLOUR

,,iq1;t pi ,Copyright, 1931,by Boyle,Jr. Johns. Louise Snyder, Mildred Rambler 17c 29c 53c
Hundnley, Dorothy Sapp, -
nie Murrhee, Etholm White, Carol
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and Olin White Jr., and Mrs. O.
} i During the course of a discussion at AUCTION BIDDING! W White. One 10 can PLEE-ZING BAKING POWDER FREE WITH 1.4 LB. CAN OFPleeZing

i i other one player of that night the would,New in the his lose writer\opinion ork from made Card 500, an Clubs the to average statement 1500 the one no No trump diamond score,and first, A D two one Z heart.dealt heart' ,and Y What one bid school Sebring building- New in. occupany.REGISTRATION Baptist Sunday. TEA (Orange P e k oe)-Cooling From the flowery and Refreshing Tea Buds! f for - 23c

if'' points in an evening's play at Auctionor should 2 now do with the foregoing; -
hand? Z should
Contract, either by bad bidding or unquestionably PLEE-ZING LONG GRAIN HONDURAS
three club. and force his books of Bradford
bad both.There con.idera.ble partner to registration -
difference play or of was choose between clubs and diamonds. If county will be open at the of

i suggested be selected that and a that player opinion a of record so average the be writer keptof skill trump Y diamonds has,anything Z should or clubs that make In the looks game actual like either play a no in, Ice each of Monday.supervisor Wednesday of registration and Sat Mayonnaice Relish, / pt. jar 13c RICE, S'lbs. -, = 15cFRESH

any bad bids or plays that lie might
'' make during an evening'a Z bid two no trump and Y Z failed to urday beginning with the first GROUNDCoffee -
The test was selected play. and make game while:, at diamonds, they Monday In August, which Is August PLEE-ZING-Vacuum Packed Serve Hot or Cold
three other payers,of whom the writer could have made 1 five odd. With a two 1. between the hours of 9
was one, made up the rubber. It was suit suits hand ii of this the type always bid both o'clock: a. m., and 12 a. m., and Coffee lib.I 29c lb. -. -1 15c
the duty of these three to call attention you get chance from 2 o'clock p. m., until D p. m., --..
to any mistake of play or bidding by for the registration of electors for -
the test player and, if in the opinion of CONTRACT BIDDING: the general electoin] in November.The CALIFORNIA YELLOW CLINGPeaches,2lb.can
(, all three it was a loss that could l have
At Contract, the bidding would be PLEE-ZING 24
books will remain until oz.
been saved by average .kill, it was the B'a open 1 lie
same to two heart bid. Z
charged against him but not otherwise. up midnight October 8, which is the -
{ ; should then. make a forcing bid of four Beer
r Play continued, for about three hours clubs and thus command or force Y second Saturday of the month pre. Ginger Ale Root 15c
and, during that time, the test player to try for game either In clubs or eedlng the general election. No _
i' made only five mistakes, two as to the diamonds, the suit that best fitted his person will be allowed to register PLEE.ZING-Made from the finest Broom Corn
play of the hands and three as to the hand.
bidding, but those five mistakes cost at any other time than during the PLEE-ZING-Protects, 'Invigorates, Deodorizes
bver 1000 point. The mistakes aa to Hand No. 3 period herein provided for the opening :; Home Broom 57c
play were unimportant one due to of said books for registration Health value -5c
failure to count trumps, which cost of electors. Soap,10 -
game; the other to a failure to size up .1 Y Ot I'''''' H. C. WALL, PLEE-ZING oz JARS
an opening lead as a marked singleton rA Bt
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I The latter mistake only cost contract I Z > 7222t. Supervisor Registration. -CRUSHED OLIVES, Stuffed or plain __ __ .. 9c
and a small loss, -
: 1, The following example hand have POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ''PINEAPPLE 7 oz. can __ Be I4cPLEEZING
aroused considerable interest and much ifearta8ClubsQ,10,9 h -----W 24 oz Sweet Mixed PICKLES _-- .-
g discussion Decide upon the proper bid Diamonds A, Q, 10,4 .- ...
: in each instance and then compare Spades K. 8, r.3 Fields To Run For City Clerk PLEE-ZING -
with the writer's analysis. I hereby announce myself a
l r No!score, first game.What should :Z, candidate for the office of city PINK SALMON, No. 1 can, 3 cans 25c
Hand No. 1 as dealer, bid with the foregoing hand. clerk, for the City of Starke: sub- : MALT 35c
can - -
Hearts 8 at either Auction or Contract? per
ject to the will and best judgment OLYMPIA ,
I r Y 1 ClI/JIt/ A Q J, 7,4 The dealer should bid one diamond.
I A B J Duimondst t, 2 This is another hand of the type discussed of the voters in the city electionto PEAS No. 2 for 9c ____ --- -, ----,- B
615 be held in September, 1932, exact can .n -- -
I I Spades Q, many times in these articles PLEE-ZING
The heart is date to be announced: later. .---- ---
singleton n danger -
_ AUCTION I5IDDJNG so the diamond bid U better one Having held various positions of PLOE-ZING-I-2 PINT 17c
: Tomato Juice 13 tin 2 f for
no trump. If partner bide one heart trust t % oz.
_ a4 No score, first game. Z dealt and bid then the dealer should bid with large corporations in FLY SPRAY Sure Death 23c ,
one spade,which A doubled Y passed, one no trump. bookkeeping and clerical work I -
__ 1) bid two clubs, Z bid two diamonds. feel qualified to discharge the ........ 1IIJJ'Io-" '. -. &._"_D. ...-. --- ,.. _.' ,.

Z A bid bid three three diamonds.clubs,Y ami A passed B pawed and: anal Y Hand No. 4 duties of the office In an efficient TLEE-ZING Makes Sturdy Children Luckeon Cup.FREE

bid three What I Itearta- A,9,4, 2 --- manner and if honored with the
spades. should 11
do with the foregoing hand now Clubs: -K, 10, 9. 2 i Y j position which I am seeking, worda CHOCOLATE MALTED r MILK{ lib. can ,- _. -31c
t B should bid four clubs. A's double DiamondsA] Q, 9 I A Bl I cannot express my appreciation for .
; of one spade and subsequent bid of ';pades-, 2 J Z J the honor, and I assure and promIse .- '
three cluha should indicate more thana --- you that you will find me .in MEAT SPECIALS
air( chance for game. B'. hand is No I !score first game. Z'dealt and bid the offce to serve you, during properr MEAL AND GRITS
r, much above the average* and worth a one spade..which A doubled. Y pamed, hours for such offices. Creamery Butter, I lb... c
three-club bid, irrespective of A's li bid two clubs, Z bid two diamonds.A *" 17cS.
double and ra lle. As a matter of fact, bid three clubs.Y and B passed and J. H. FIELDS. Cheese full cream, lb. -,
1 a A B could have made live clubs and Z bid three diamonds. A panned and Y Starke. Fla.] July] 12, 1932. 15c 9 1 -2c
Best White lb.
Ih' game, but B doubled three spades and bid three spades. B doubled three --. .,
i'i'i i, Ideated the contract by only one trick. spades and all passed. What should A '0. .- ._... Smoked Bacon lb. 12 l-2c
,, In the writer'a opinion ttii double uf lead from the foregoing hand at either ,
?r three spades ia unsound Auction or Contract Say with Flowers Breakfast Bacon, sliced, lb. 15e

"rv I CONTRACT BIDDINGS; A should open the five of spades. Z ... ._,_ .. .. ... .. LARD Boiled lb. 30c
The bidding at Contmct 3iouJ! be has bid two suits, spades and diamonds Ham
}, 1 the :! and Y has showed preference Flowers For All I JOe
mine (for spades. That probably means that 2 lb.. carton 15c 8 lb. bucket 61c Pork Ribs lb.
: Hand No. :3t I.. la short of diamond and, if is OccasionsGERTRUDE Smoked lb. 15c
very necessary to lead trumps and thug 3 lb. carton .....,20c 45 lb. tin -__ $2.99 Sausage,
t : -Y : try to prevent Y from trumping A'l .,_,_ -or __ ... .
t IA Bs Col diamonds. As a matter of fact,

,Yy i Z : t'.i. .+ I lend will I of defeat the spado the is contract.the only If one A GODBEY A.: H. GREEN CARRADINE'S J. W. WHITE & SON

: heart.-none opens the club, Y Z will just make ANDERSON '
Clubs- A. J. 10, :. T t .e.r c,",tract Note that Hands No. 1 Phone 86 Starke Fla. LAWTEY FLA. Phone 62 Starlce, Fla.I .
@ DiamondsK.U.J.J s;;. ;, ., and JSo. 4 were held by A and B ai Phone 39 Waldo Fla ,
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: ) VVEATHKr. KCrORT -I I ed South their Carolina: vacation.l where they enjoyj j 4-ll Club Boys Sell 5000 'i i tog transfers which total $28017! IlF

g Compiled by Starke Brouch U. Directs "Sweethearts"Alberta 4J.) :;
Mr. L H. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Pounds Crotalarla Sced
Bits of i a. Forestry! Department. Pearce Jones were in Jacksonville Gasoline Tat Rig Item 4'-j I

, JI Week ending July 26. 1932. Tuesday. The!! seven cents a gallon tax on

i Date Max. Mlri. Prcclp. Mr. F. R. Oarradine was in JackSonville The 4-11 Crotalaria Club Boys gasoline and the license tax on
July 20 96 71 have succeeded in nelllng all of And
other motor
Tuesday. I ve- I-
e btek local Nev July 21 99 70 .01 their 000 pounds of Crotalarlh* hides:: (
I Miss Lou Ella Tatum of DeLandIs Including about 33 per cent: -
July 22 98 __ seed this season, and have received I
74 I visiting her sister, Mrs. O. W. I by the 1931 legsilature) continued 1 _
,I :: July 23 100 76 Roberts here this week. around $800.00 for them. I to be the biggest sources of re- I _

Concerning Our People, Business and July 24 99 75 T. Among those. attending churchin Last year, 30 ..-n Club boys In enue for the state Ad valorem '

1:1 Progress of the County and Town. July 25 98 74 .62 Saxton Sunday night were: Mrs. j' Union and Bradford counties un I tr.x collections fell off '

July 26 92 72 .43 W. F. Godwine and son., John and tier direction of Mr. L, T Dyer, While all the new revenue measures I

I Total rlanfoll for week, 1.06 In. Henry Mr. Enoch Griff, Mr. Arthur I I county agent, grew one acre each failed to produce as much t I _

_______ to Crotalarla. harver ed
I They revenue as legislative
.. -------------- Griffia and Pauline Forsyth.Mr. sponsors anticipated -
O::>>O:::>IC.a:: ""' '''''- u u C5f.5ZS
I A. J. Lewis of Bartow Is visiting H. B. Montgomery and sta their seed, and after keeping nit this condition was predicted I_ _
Mrs Jeff Johns and ion, Freeman .I II Mrs. J. W. Carleton of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and ter. Miss Catherine Montgomery, /I some for planting, pooled the rv- by state officials at the tlm* I

!I Johns, spent Friday In Jack- spent the week-end with her Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. of Griffin. Ga., were the week-end malnlng 6000 pounds to be sold co-J 4 by .state officials at the time the 1 ________
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gouvllle. brother and sister-in-law, Judge guests of Mrs. W. F. Godwin. :Mrs.Goodwin's : operatively. I 1931 legislature ended Its recordbreaking _
eagliii and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. In order to handle the sale of the 'i
Fountain pens of all kinds repaired mother, Mrs. Talley returned three-session 100-day I
Miss Dorothy Smith of Sampson just like new. Ret Jcwelry to Griffin with Mr. Mont need the boys cume together and search for new things to tax. ''I 1

City spent the week-end with Miss Mr. L. M. Gray returned to Columbia Co. gomery. formed the Boys' 4-H Crotalarla I Race Track Receipts I

Martha Powell. S. C., Wednesday after Mr. Cary Jessup of Jacksonville, Club. A constitution and by-laws The tax on admittance to legalized -
", spending a week at Kingsley lake Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon at. was transacting business here were formed, and an adult commit horse and dog races the tan1 ; _______
I I'i Is with his family.Mr. tee selected to help carry on the I Ion groan parl-mutuel I
Jimmie Adkins of Gainesville tended a dance given by the Reserve Tuesday. wagering tI ______
visiting his uncle and aunt Judge Officers Association at Camp Mr. P. L. Dlnkins who is em- sale of the seed. and' the license tax on race tracks I I

and Mrs. A. Z. Adkln George Flynn and Mrs. Harvey Foster last Friday night. ployed by the American Railway After the boys had harvestedand and the occupational tax on track "-

returned to Columbia S. C. Express In Jacksonville spent the threshed their seed, they 'I T employee brought In 73730070. :-. _
you brought them to a central point in The 3 yii
week-end with his hero. revenue was divided equally
Elizabeth Woodward of Monday after spending the weekend Mrs. T. J. Townsend and Mrs. J. family
V Miss here with his E. Lake Butler where they were re-i I I among the 67 counties after ex.. ,I. I _
,Jacksonville. Is vlslllng her uncle, family. Maines of Lake Butler, spent
tt cleaned and stored to cure. When pens!"s of the state raring commlsislon ',
J. F. Klckllter. Wednesday with Mrs. W. J. Epper- -
cured they were weighed in 100 were paid. P
, '" Miss Lois Adkins and Jimmie son. DOUBLE RUN pound bags and stored for sal.. I The Increased fees for all classes)
eru Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Adklns left Thursday for Gainesville I The club advertised the seed In of commissions! Issued! ( by the state I '

dltor their guests, Mrs. Charles Larsen, from there they will go to Mrs. L. L. Roane and son of Ml. Bo 4> Urwn, C... several farr, papers and mailed brought in $15,095. r' _

II'I pent Saturday in Jacksonville. Daytona Beach for several days. New Orleans, La., were recent hundreds. of letters and cards tellIng The tax on the capital stock of I _________

guests of her sister, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mr. Lacy Futch of Lawtey was of the seed and tho great value t! Murphree Worth. dauanter all corporations doing business In ________
J- M. Alvarez and Mrs. W. kins. if the late Dr. A. A. Murphree. fori 4 ________
, Mrs and Mrs. Dupont Murphy the guest of Miss Millie Judd Sat- of the crop. The seed being of Florida produced $230.000. ., I
p. Randall spent Wednesday a.d Jr, Miss Helen Gray and Lester high quality. sold well and all'!I.D i I year president of the Unlversr.y The
Mrs. urday night. very 1'I0rld.II. director of the forui- stamp tax on all legal' and _
gbTh Thursday In Jacksonville. Price Robinson motored to Gainesville K. Bruce Norman and little Miss Virginia Brantley was the were disposed of before the planting 'icmlpu production of Victor 1UT- commercial documents netted _

Wednesday afternoon. daughter and Mrs. Katherine Nor- guest of Boots Brown Thursday season was over. The seed! rerts "Sw lhearts." which will be 26437061. -

Mr. W. C. Spencer of Tampa man who are staying at Spring night and Friday wore sold In several states and In; (resented by students of the mujlo U h \t One CVnt Did il, I -

no'it was the guest of Judge and Mrs.A. Remember our place located In lake spent Wednesday with Mrs. Mr. Leon Wllkcrson of Rosedale' nearly all the counties of this state. lepartmcnt of the University of The one cent additional. tax on II..

Z. Adkins Friday. the store of J. W. White & Son. E. S. Matthews.Mr. and Johnnie Prevatt of Lawteywere Orders were filled for amounts .Florida! summer session on the ev,>- each gallon of gasoline sold In the -I _
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We have a complete repair shop. visitors in this section Sat- ranging from one pound to 1000 ,alnirs of July 28 and 29. 8weetoarts' state brought In $1.891,420: This ,
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and Mrs. H. L. the sixth successive m'rn.ner -
Mrs. L. A. Reynolds of Raleigh. Rex Jewelry Co. Brownlee and pounds. 1 '
urday. i tax was levied as an emergency -
production directed -
N. C., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. daughters, Misses Mary and Madge Misses Boots and Freda Brown i The advertising and sale of seed \ by Mia.rVorth measure for a period of two years ,

a E. Johns. Judge A. Z. Adkins and Repre- and Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith of were guests of' Virginia Brantley were handled by Mr. and Mrs. I* ., and the revenue goes to the general .' L I ________
Jacksonville are spending two ------- -- ------
sentative G. M. Inman attended Sunday afternoon.Mr. T. Dyer the latter being secretary I treasury. It boosted Florid "'.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McHugh of the state executive Democratic 'weeks at the Grlffls cottage at and Mrs. R F.: Kirkland treasurer of the club. The club Starke- rice-Zing Food Stores tax on gasoline to seven cents a __ __ __ __

Hastings were the guests of Mr. committee meeUng in Jacksonville Kingsley Lake. spent Saturday night with Mr. and met from time to time to dlMcusa' 'I formally opened here recently. gallon. I _

and Mrs. W. Q. Hails Friday. Friday Mrs. O. L. Brown. I the business and methods of the The so-called chain: store tax t -

Mr. and Mrs. W W. Ward, Miss Lois JiW l called -on Miss club and the organization was Lake Worth Lake Worth Electric a levy on all retail stores and their /

Mrs. O. J. Griffin is spending: Miss Betty Starkeweather returned former residents of Starke now livIng Boots Brown Saturday afternoon. handled by the boys In a very orderly Shop moved to new quarterson stocks, with increased tae* on t if' f/I''f' _

this week in Jacksonville with her, to her home in Jacksonville at Dublin Ga., were here this Mr. Jordan .Brantley called on manner. North Federal Highway. chain: or multiple stores- produced I. f _

sister, Mrs. W. ;*-Griff In.MIM 1 Sunday after spending ten week for the funeral of Clyde Freda Brown SfiturtUay! afternoon. As far as is shown, this Is the $98.800/ : ,37. 1 -

I I days at Kingsley lake with Mrs. Ward which was held at New Riv- 3_ first attempt In the state where a Stuart Repairs made on roof The utilities tax -a levy on the "k" !1 _

Hazel Middleton is visitingher Anna Alvarez.Mr. er. GIlA Y COMPILES group of boys were formed Into a ()If schools.. gross earnings of all sales of "
friend. Miss Millie Armstutz cooperative selling organization to and electricity for light heat and 4j [ ; 1 _
ot Brooksvllle. \ and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick and Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- OFFICIAL, VOTESholtz' dispose of the products of their Mayo Standard Service station power and on telephones and tele r. iti"*"- _

Mrs. J. L. Simmons left Thursdayfor gate returned Sunday from Jacksonville --- acres and Mr. Dyer is highly to be beautified. grams-netted l $120,81020. ; I,\I I 1I4.\:!

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon a three weeks visit .In Red where they have been visIting 55 pleased with the Initial success ,. Increased occupational licenses ;: ,

will spend this week-end in Marl- Springs, N. C., and other points In relatives. They were accompanied Majority Over Martin Ua that the club met with. St. Petersburg New X-Ray on nearly all clasnea of business, :, I/;" \' _
anna with relatives.Mr. the state. home by their sister, Miss 70.735 These boys are growing more equipment Installed In St. An- professional/ and allied lines ; \ 1 i'.\ 1jl! .
Eva Fugate who will spend some Crotalarla this year and are determined thony's Hospital. brought In $3/18./ 73,96. 'i "4 WJ'i), !

and Mrs. O. L. Beasley motored Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green spent time with them. Carrying forty-four of the sixty to carry on this project as ---- Increased automobile licenses. ; 41' "';i1II'\

to Gainesville Sunday and Sunday in Jasper with Mr. and seven counties In Florida Dave they have found that even with low St. Petersburg Building permits with revenue going& to the county ,i#
spent the day. Mrs. Charlie Johns. Mrs. Johns i Mr. and Mrs. James Warren Mr. Sholtz's majority over John W. prices of seed, the net returns are total for first six months of schools produced $4,919,30953. ,: :

who had been their guest here returned and Mrs. W. H. Colson Miss Na- Martin for the Democratic nomination more than they can get from most year was 123000. Mprnt for Education: I }; :_________
Miss Mary Brownlee spent Wed- to her home. dine Colson Miss Virginia Barnett, as governor of Florida In the any other crop they can plant arid, Expenditures for educational "'7t ,$V1t$1;;$ I

nesday in Jacksonville with her sister Mr. Bunnie Helvenston and Mr. second primary election June 28 too. they are building up their sollj'I COLMEY ANNOUNCKH purposes during the fiscal year 3 I I>? ., _
Mrs. M. C. Stith. Mrs. Ellen C. Hamel of Kershaw, Dan Turner of Jacksonville spent reached a total of 70,735 votes according for greater yields of corn and potatoes YOU CITY M.\KNI1.LI amounted to 234484912.. ThIS ; ; I''
N. C., and Miss Lois Cromer of Sunday at Kelly Kotage at Kings- to the official tabulation in the future. figure covered the cost of operataIW.:: 1 ,1

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Aiken. S. C., are guests of their ley lake. recently compiled.) by R. A. Gray, hereby announce myself a can Ing the University of Florida, the '. {' __ __ _
Co;. W. T. Weeks TuesdayIn uncle and Mrs. F. -- Flagler Beach .- Flagler Beach didate for the office of marshal of Florida State for d '
-A spent aunt Mr. and secretary of JI *te.Slvoltz College Women, P ))1 .,
Jacksonville. 'A.Sweezy this week'?. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons who poll*'I. ,' 173,540 votes Hotel opened. for summer season. the city of Starke, subject to the the Florida Agricultural and Me.""I'W jf! 41'',i _
have spent the past month in East action of the voters at the electionto '
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-l against 102,809 for Martin. Mar- chanlcal College for Negroes and ,) '
Main springs $1.00. watches Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Orange N. J. with Mrs. Simmons' tin carried twfcnty-three counties. be held on Tuesday, Sept. 13th.If the Florida School for the Deaf ,:I '4 .
cleaned $1.00. All other work at' Jr. and to sister, Mrs. C. W. Baity and Mr. A elected I promise the citizens of and the Blind. '
son Louis returned most of them the smaller political CENT WORD It did not Include I$3$ .:: 'iI'
I R. F. Clark who has been In Starke efficient law enforcement I
reduced prices. Rex Jewelry Co. their Bing- the state aid
home In Atlanta, Ga., Wednesday subdivisions lying west of the Su- to the county schoot I" ,!':, !' I
after spending several Intbn N. Y., for a month with wife wannee river. without fear or favor. Your vote j, systems which amounted to more \ : it U:

Mr. J. C. Hall of Swalnsboro, Ga. weeks here with relatives.Dr. and son returned Tuesday. The ex-governor in no Instance COLUMNSPECIAL and support will be appreciated.. i than five and.a half million dollars. ''W '1 y{<>><:

was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. broke Into the column of the larger tf J. RAY COLLEY I I Costs of the executive depart.1}i_ :(.. t 1 ih..
A. Thomas Tuesday. Mrs. L. and D.: Kenneth Prutaman, who has PRICE. -On -- -- -- -------- ment ; : ::
and O. Haynes counUes. He carried only three Youngber. were placed at $269.313.Ut W rIJr N
family spent Sunday in St. Augustine been visiting his mother Mrs. strictly south Florida counties, ry plants until Auguit 15. Set "'LUIU!)" FAILS TO BALANCKIH'IHIKT of operating the capitol and state ,,; !; ..<1d\\ '

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyspent with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Edythe Montgomery for the past Glades. Collier and Martin whichhe now while the setting Is good.F. UItALF MILLION offices $123.137.57; of the military! '; \): : '

Wednesday afternoon In Grant. Miss Georgia Kathryn few weeks left Wednesday for New wrested from Sholta by small J. Pattee, Starke. It. department, $119.30..11} of the ;judicial '.. '" r:;r; L
York City where he has accepted a (Continued from page 1.) H
Jacksonville. ,I .
Haynes remained for a longer visit. department, Including the supreme : :
position with a large brokeragefirm. majorities.Sholti'i LOST--Female Collie near Holllngsworth'a -a---- t
court and the
.. CountiesSholts'S circuit courts, i& 1 :
Messrs. Emmett and Gus Mc- Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and forty-four counties included Dairy farm last estimated by the legislature.The $$828,709. ", _(}' U

Griff. Curtis Carton and C. O. Mix- daughter. Nettle, left today for Alacbun Bay Bradford Saturday. I will pay reward to general revenue fund-the Disbursements for ml.ceUaneouJ'i! '! ,\ ,";
on of Gainesville the week. Mr. and Mrs. Dupont Murphy Jr. finder for returning dog to Mr. fund from which general operating f ti" 'I
spent appropriations
Jasper to make their home. Mr. Brevard Broward Charlotte Cit amounted to n,-": ,
of Atlanta Ga. return to their HollingSworth. T. B. expenses of the state government '
end at Lake. will 748,00765 and l Included : i'I' i
Kingsley Dowling will be principal of the rus, Clay Columbia Dade, DeSoto Itself are paid .showed receipts operation: fllI.Ii
after two
Jasper High School this year. home Saturday spending Duval.' .lltpeambla; ; Flaglcr, Hardee FOK SALE OR KENT-Part or of 6266084.73 (Including transfers of the state hospital for the 112't't 1I'
Mr. and Mrs. James Jennings of weeks at Kingsley Lake be with Mrs. Hendry, ''Trlernanda;, Highlands, entire house, 701 N. Walnut St., amounting to $800.000)) for sane, the Industrial school for boy I I, rIM "
will .
Jacksonville, spent the weekendat Mrs. W. S. Stroman and son L. M. Gray. 'They accompanied Hillsborough.Zjridian; River Lake. convenient to school: furniturefor the fiscal and disbursements anl1 that for girls, the farm colony i 'kt: ; j t

Kelly Kottage with Mrs. Anna Mr. Harmon Stroman returned to by Miss Helen for Gray several, who Lee, Levy.'M"i will be their
Alvarez. home in Tallahassee Friday aftera guest lon Monroe Nassau, Okaloosa It.. --.-----. ed, expenses of many state boards, I' "' .mltlons i t
visit of several weeks here with. days. Okeechobee Cisange, Osceola, Palm 'H"OF T.X i'q: tie i.izs'iiov. commission and bureaus, cost of .ll 1'l\: ,
Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Beach Pasco, Finellas, Polk Putnam FOR SALE-Six room house and I Th. hoard of miunlfier of th. cllyof legislative sessions, printing and
Charles Larsen motored to Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stripling and St. Johns, St. Lucle. Sarasota, two lots three blocks from Call! Mtarho, Florida will ,at the cost of elections. iI '
city hull In the clnrk'n off lea onTuemlny.
Friday and visited, Paul The Guild of St. Mary's Epis- daughter. Mildred Ann of Macon.Ga. Seminole, Sumter, Union and Vo- street for sale dirt cheap or will Alls-lint, 18lh. A. F). 132, The state tax rate of 4 7-8 mill" ''l ;; '

Knight at Station WRUF. copal church of Jacksonville hada ., were week-end guests of their lusla. I exchange for small farm. J. L. n. l u hnnnl of hearingcomplaint, of squalisers, tor*the and purpose r.-- was continued in force for another! '" b '.' '

spend the day party at Kelly son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Besides Glades Collier and :Martin I Frame Attorney. It* cnlvlns1 toallmony a* to valu of any year and was said to be the lowest % "''f''
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Davis and Kottage at Kingsley Lake Tues Mrs. Boyd Holloway. They were Martin carried Baker, Calhoun, I II pr p..rty. real or p.rnonal or mixed, In 28 years.Governor. ". ,. 'u'Ii
a* flt>d by th* ta. saaaor for In*
Mrs. B. E. Stelne of 'visited$ accompanied home by their son, CHICKEN FERTILIZER FOR Canton Comment) ,
Miami I day. About fifty guests enjoyedthis I Dixie Franklin Gadsden Gil- .r. 19,11. oitalnut the owner or ( 11' ,
Mrs. w.. N.. Johnson Wednesday on affair. Charles who has been visiting here christ, Gulf Hamilton, Holmes SALE--BO cents per bag also a..nt IIf such prop.ttyl Commenting on Florida's financial J' '; ,, j !, :
their to in the north. for several weeks. good white leghorn breeding F. IIOOVPtFI. condition at the end of the fl.4 ", / 'I
way points Jackson Jefferson, Lafayette. ('hairnis,,. City Council, '., ,: I '
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Denny and Leon Liberty; Suwannee, Taylor cockerels. Wood's Poultry Farm, \ City ot murk, Fl'rida..tttet cal year Governor Doyle& E. ',fI. i ( )j t, __ __

Mrs. S. E. Jones of Sampson daughter, Margaret of Savannah, Capt. and Mrs. C. W. Chalker Wakulla Walton Washington and Starke. It. L'. A. lt1T11CItyti.rk: Carlton said: :f t.'jt\ J _________
City. several of this and two sons of New Orleans, La., : T-ID.3t-8- "The state's financial condition :' '
spent days Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T, W. Oliver and Santa Rosa. : b; "
week with and sister- sons Thomas and A. C., of Syl- are guests of Mrs. Chalker's parents Flrnl) PrimaryIn I' FOR SALE-At great sacrifice; 2 --- quoted said he understood report.. "'( ,j "1 ______
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. store buildings on lot and halt[ oil 1)111 OP IM! ,\*II 1'
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. vanla Ga., were recent guests of the first primary Martin polled (Is exceedingly good compared with, :' \,
Walnut street WashIngton !NOIICK'IO 'API'KAK
to Starke near i
were accompanied '
They i that of the federal ,
Sarah L. Hamrick. government and ; 't'Ia.
Mrs. 58,406
a total of M.040 against ;
Mrs. L. L. Roane and small son, Avenue, or will exchangefor Notice I I" her.l'ly"n/ to IliiymomlIf. _
Friends of Mrs. Alice Langfordwill by for Sholtz. thus leading the Daytona Kollln and wit.. Mm Kaymond many of the other states. During'; ;, ,,:>

be glad to know that she is Mrs. C. M. Fowler and daughter who are visiting relatives here and Beach c<
Improving and will return from St. Marguerite, left Sunday for In Gainesville.. In turn led Cary A. Hardee who 1.1.! fowl. who. place. of reufdcna we have been able to balance our t i( t it. tr..

Louis. Mo., the first of August. their home In South Jacksonville, finished third by 4.979 ballots. FOR RENT--Furnished apartment are unknown and to Andrew... M llol- budget pay all current bills,, retire, 'fi'
If .
Dna llvlnK. and If d to the
after spending several weeks here Mrs J. L. Frazee Jr., and daughter Hardee'a total 'vote was 00.<121. bedroom dining room. unknown h.Irs d..vl...., s'fant*.", U. OO.OOO past due on Inherited j',; ,#',j_ _ _
Mrs. T. T. Lora Miller of Richmond, Va, : or other olalmanta under An Long. Mrs D. P. Carpenter with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Stafford Cailwell. who finished kitchenette, large private porch, .. .
h l.ce..1
shall olhiirwK
or -
been Col. and a. <
who have visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lind- A. Thomas. fourth, pollwj 44.028: Charles .M. or will rent entire second floor, *. and In .11 ".'...n.. huvlnd orclulmlnir of other debts! previously created { tAjl :,
Boy and Mrs. J. L. Frazee left Friday fot any Interest In th. follow- for running the state and return ;.'
daughter Evelyn Lindsey Durrance finishing fifth 36,201; private Mrs. S. F. Ham II.p
Thomasville. Ga., where they will hilt <"*..,.rlb*.l land, lylnw" and b.ln.t IIi _
pent Wednesday In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Webb of Thomas S. Hart sixth 9,525: : ; Arthur rick S. Walnut street It* 'In Florida, to-wll i to| the counties more than $10,000.-3 r ; I ) I,
Hawthorne and Mrs. Jeff John* spend sometime with Mrs. Frazee'sparents Gomez, seventh, 0,244 and J. ,t.t"o1v'iu': : : Hue U, Tp: 5. 5. U.: I I 000 a year to help them with their ,j J f't.
Mrs. before returning to their WANTED Will buy improved 13 1.. l I"u 11 S .,'r"* du"rll"l aa: ,schools' and,! their road debts" : I
E. Middleton. :Misses spent Sunday afternoon In Jacksonville Tom Watson eighth 3949. )I.(rlnnlns-/ thv NM cornor of 511'/ I ; :jt
Madge and Hazel Middleton and visiting Mrs. Johns' sister home. In the second primary run-off producing farm with buildingson of NWH of said. ""ic lori. run fhonc I
W sos ft lh.n... .H. iT>.4. d"icr..* W to .
Gerald Improved road or will trade Taxes May lie Paid
Middleton were visitors In Mrs. G. AT. Balsden who is very between W. J. Sears and John T. H lln.> or nald HM'4' of NW .. i \ \ 41
Jacksonville Sunday. drck. Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Jonson and AIsop Jr. for congressmanatlarge thirty year old business In Ohio. B to Cnnlern: boundary of said 11"\06\ On Installment Plan ") i
daughter Ruth, who have been living Guaranteed 15 per cent last year of. PJW',', theniB N In point of 10..Innln. ..- t
Sears polled 118.353: : votes .. (and, thor land.) .ggrrh'iU .- ,
Waldo for
Messrs. L. H. Futch F. M. Tay Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and in the past year against' 109.603 for Alsop a ma- Reason, health. Address Tele *" 5.17 *'.r.... At a regular of '\ ', \ ,
lor moved here last week. Mr. Jon- 7-22-2t Y"U and ach of YOO aretruby meeting 'At'AttAx
of Hampton and A. J. Crlffls; daughter, Jeweldean, of Ralford, son has opened a watch repair .lorRY of 8.752: for Sears. graph. notified that you h'..... bean (city council, held July 19th the '. :, :'
were: business visitors In Tallahassee Mrs. L. L. Conner, )fr. Albert }iar. Scars carried forty-two of the WANTED To few mad, t'artlo.laf.dant to th. bill of; collector wa Instructed to., :
last chop and MUM Jonson is relieving buy a piece "iuilalnt, Iliad In the circuit court ; 'j;: jtf.
Thursday.Mrs. dee of Starke, were the guests of i Mrs. Alice Langford who Is on vacation sixty-seven counties leaving twen- of very old furniture (antiques), ,.f "k-lorUln. iIih Judicial: .I'Mr-Mlf: In i postpone tax sale' of 1931 city I
Mrs. Carrie Shaw on her 6th ty-five in the Alsop column.Sears' iind" for HradfoM' county In I'hanty taxes to the
tables dressers and other First in '
chairs Monday
from the telephone com ,'. In that rrtnln ca"." ,'ntiti..d'rhv | 00'i' ""I i
Hilda Williams of Lakeland, : birthday at Howey-ln-tbe-Hills. forty-two counties Included .. tober. The list .
pieces. It doesn't matter whether Kcdnral ( .n. Hunk of Colum- will be completed .f} t
and Mrs. Margaret Rast of Tampa, pany. Alacbua Bradford Brevard it is In good repair or not. hlu. a .corporation plaintiff, vr.u > for the local: paper on August 15th.J \
< W Lewis and wlf. li.i.l fowl,
Spent the week-end Mrs. Paul Mrs. J. W. KlUlan returned to Broward. Calhoun Citrus, Columbia : I
with Price must be reasonable If notI ft al : dpt.n.ianla. wh.r.ln lh* plitln-' and all taxes. not paid will be -/! :; ;' -"- J '
E.: Canova. Sr. In N. C:,i Dade Dixie Codsden.CUchrlst lIft seeks the
her home Waynesville. DeSoto am not interested. AddressC. to forvfluK* lien of the cluded. -i-c \" I .

Saturday. She was accompaniedby LAWTEY Glades, Gulf Hardee E Parker 15 E. Adam St., MortifHK wit... llvial a-lvn fowl by O., cov.rln W. fowl* and the Parties wishing to avoid the advertising j1t1 I ;j1, -
Miss Lady Sue and Emolyn Wallace her brother. Mr. J. J. Truby and Henry, Hefnando, Highlands, Hillsborough Jacksonville Fla 5-23-tf. property h.r.lnh.'ore .....- bed lathl expense will make pay/' t "I

and Miss Louise Herrin of cousin. Miss Mabel Weller who will B. F. Carraduie, Cor. Holmes Indian River Therefor* nolle. you and *.,'h of you meat before that time. ,' i r :
Rutledge Ga., spent Monday with visit Mrs. Kllllan for a while before :Madison! Manatee !>Martin Monroe, Walton. ire hrby iulrd to appear to the The council also decided to accept \ :t
Mrs. w. O. Halle. going to Miss Weller" homeIn :Mrs C; Y. Mayo and children. Nassau Okalooaa: Okeechobee : The final vote of the Lee-Amoa/ bill of complaint, ao filed a...,n.I taxes on installment where) '
you, bfor the rlrk' of tItle 'ourt I fj
Emlenton, Pa. Ada Marie and Gloria, of Tampa Orange Osceola Palm Beach Pasco race for state comptroller showed on the SIb day of B ptombr, 1'131.i, property owners wish to take adI I''1J

Get out that watch that has !are visiting Mrs. Mayo's parents, Pinellas Polk. Putnam. St. that J. M. Lee of Highlands county at Ida the; othrwl court' .Hou. a d..r.. In ..Stark pro confe-, ITIor-I vantage of same however any on*'; ) : ''I

topped or does not keep time. We Mr. Charles Larsen city manager Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. Santa Ro"-- Seminole. Sum had a majority of 89,149 votes aowill b* *nt.rd saInt' you and wishing that plan must file an sp.. ; ,1" (t''

will repair and guarantee it to of Lakeland. was the guest of Among those attending the dress tar, ,Wakull.:and Washington over Ernest Amos. Lee polled a iMh It I I.of you, for failure to appear. I I plication on or before August 15th! ', K',
keep time. Rex Jewelry Co. Col. and Mrs. P. HV Knight Monday parade at Camp Foster Sunday afternoon The' Alsop counties were'Baker I total of 100,061 votes against 111. publlnlKHl ordered nnc*> a that wk thl.for nolle four conntlir b*- before the advertisement I Is dellv- : 'i 1' .

-- --- He was accompanied home were Mr.1 and Mr*. L. H. Bayv-Cbarlotte, Clay, Collier, Du- 513 for,Amos. **,, ,*. .* In th
Mrs. W.: J. K'person;; and Mrs., Tuesday by Mrs. Larsen who spent Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Pearca Jones val Escambla Flagler. Franklin For railroad commissioner, W. B. County In*; .ea.ral Telosrapb."' ..a newspaper In Hradford.ha* "| for Installment payments wil15j,: :

Georg5A.. Anderson of Lawte,.. the past two week In Starke. Mr. and Mr. HaUle Jones. Hamilton. Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Douglas nosed out It. Hudson Burr ootinty Florida. f be Investigated by the city coun "
:Pent Jacksonville with and Mrs. Larsen will leave short- Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Darley and Lake Lee, Leon, Levy. by 4,779 votes. Douglas' total vote ThIs X7lh W.of AI.DKHMA.V July, I**;. clL ., ;

Mr. and Mrs. R. 1... Epperson and ly for the moutalns of North Carolina -,children and Miss Sctnle Prescott Liberty St. Johns. Sarasota Suwannee wo* 109,702 against 104,924 for ((8eal\) Cl.rk Circuit Court, C A. Flitch. Y-0l

family to. !spend, .their racatlon. returned:. last Friday: Bight from Taylor Union Volusla Burr. ...,Bradford. County "10,1<'. City Tax Collector. .

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I. HIi County Agent vaccinated 8.000 pullets Home Opportunity DAIRY DAY SET red spider are: easily recognized at Buck Starling and Crockett Sumner ,
approximately half of the a distance by the abnormal colorof attended church at Saxton
FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted pullets in the locality. Duringthe Theme for WomenAt FOR THURSDAY AT the foliage, and this general Sunday night

following fall and early WIn- Farmers' Week FARMERS' WEEK identification can be checked by II Mr. Louie Crews of Lawtey wilt

{n ter it was observed that around finding on the foliage the tiny, visiting Miss: Lula Todd Sunday

5 percent of the birds In flocks Gainesville, Fla. With the Gainesville Fla. With Dairy pale, rarely reddish, mites or the I afternoon.

By which had not been vaccinated contracted theme "Opportuntles for Florida Day set for Thursday, August 11, globular, transparent egg shells approximately Mrs. A. A: Sumner is a proud(

chickenpox, which was fol- Home Makers Today" a full pro- and a full dairy program the pre a hundredth of an inchin mother of a son born Wednesday

L. T. DYER, County Agent lowed by roup.Recorda gram for women has been planned ceding day a large attendance of diameter. Webby material and afternoon.

art 1V> + t MISs PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent show that these two for Farmers' Week to be held at Florida dairymen Is expected at numerous egg shells indicate an e
? troubles will reduce production at the University of Florida here August I Farmers' Week to be held at the i.abundant Infestation and usually FARMERS WEEK AUGUST 8.12

leant two dozen eggs per bird during 8-12. University of Florida here August earlier injury by these tiny pests. -

r PUBIC BRED HEREFORD wild. Otherwise, humanity must the winter laying season, when Joint programs for all women 812. Two big features for Dairy Phlox la one of the garden plants Farmers' week August 8 to 12

BULLS TO BE SOLD AT have agriculture. eggs are high. Assuming that 75 have been! planned for each morn- Day will be the annual meetingof very commonly Infested with red and every farmer and his famny

i AUCTION AT BUSHNELL Speaking further In a sensible percent (6000) of the 8,000 vaccinated -, ing, and in the afternoons special the Florida State Dairymen's .mites.. are invited to attend. Further !information -
-, I vein, the editor says: birds would have contracted programs for groups interested in Association and a full afternoon The tiny pests are readily controlled may be had by apply.

An auction sale of pure bred "Of course there Is something the troubles had they not bean clothing nutrition, gardening and program about cooperative mar- and in the case of trees, ing to county agent.

registered Hereford bulls will beheld wrong In agriculture In everything vaccinated, it Is seen that farmersof food conservation, and home improvement keting. a dormant oil spray is a very efficient .

''P at Bushnell, July 28, at 1:30: else man has to manage. But the county secured 12,000 dozen will be held. Friday Wednesday morning talks about check, though it la sometimes Honey which a.crystallized

p.m. let us get off on the right foot by eggs more as a result of the vaccination morning there will be a meeting of handling milk, selecting good cows, necessary to supplement this by may be made clear by setting the

; The sale was arranged by the not borrowing trouble. In general, of their flocks. the Florida State Home Demonstration Ceding and managing them, and midsummer spraying with a light Jar Id a pan of warm water

# State Live Stock Sanitary Board let us give attention to the details, Council. the Importance of milk to the home summer oil and nictolne or a sul- e B I

Sot the convenience of cattle own- letting the grand principles work Community singing will open I and to the family income will be ful combination, such as Drltomlc Embroidery hoops are useful to '
: a ers In the area recently freed of themselves out. We shall have a each of the morning programs discussed by College of Agriculture sulfur used at the rate of S Ibs. to I hold the top of the jelly bag open

Y'' the cattle fever tick in connection hard time laying aside some of our HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Tuesday C A., Cobb, editor of the i, specialists. In the afternoon 50 gallons of water. It ia highly while the fruit Is poured Into it.
of cattle herd new-found economic theories, but desirable to do the spraying before
,, with the campaign I Progressive Farmer-Rurallst, will there will be a joint program presenting -
y Improvement inaugurated by the I the resolve to tend to the task In Weekly from Heine Demonstration speak about "My Faith In the talks by L. M. Rhodes, serious Injury is evident and thus Leather suitcases which

atate veterinarian! Dr. J. V. Knapp,, hand should help. ImprovementsIn Specialist, Tallahassee Homes of the South." Following 'state marketing commissioner, Dr., keep the foliage in good condition. been wet will not crack if rubbed have
sloe which has for its ,, In general, as In any discussion of Even a few shells and
In 1926. purpose agriculture closely will come a J. V Knapp, state veterinarian, very egg with neat's foot oil.
the grading up or improving na- other occupation, depend upon Im- meeting the present economic situation and livestock and pasture specialists spider mites on the leaves would -

? tive cattle by use of good bulls of provements in details. Industry, PUDDING RECIPES by living at home, and by with the College of Agricul- justify treatment, especially when
1' '_ recognized beef breeds. sanity, and thrift are more likely making and selling: home products drought conditions prevail. It Is Lake City Ground broken for

As the tick free area of the state to bring such Improvements than Bread Pudding for' a little extra, cash. Wednes- ture.Dairy essential, since a contact InsecticIde foundation of new ice tctory to be
becomes larger more and more cat. are< complaining and theorizing. In to a well buttered baking day morning, H. Harold Hume, of Day will open Thursday must be used, to secure a very erected in near future on East Du-
while dish put layers of buttered morning with a talk about dairy distribution and if the val street by Simmons Interests
tlemen are adopting this economIcal "Despite the hard times, he Florida College of Agriculture, thorough ,
pasture> hay, and silage crops, by of Jacksonville.
d. method of developing good thousands are homeless and hun- raisins. Cover with a custard will discuss "Beautifying the Home mites are upon the undersides of
with the
W. E. Stokes agronomist
In the cities the farmer finds made as follows: To 2 slightly while the leaves as in the case of phlox,
beef cattle herds, leading to increased gry and Community Grounds, Station-Other workers J.... ., .... ..
'' f' profits and greater satisfaction himself with a roof over his head beaten eggs add <4< tablespoons sugar Some Home Making Lessons to Experiment he; spray must be applied from be- -
1 in their beef production. and with something to eat. These and 1-8 teaspoon vanilla, and be Learned from Nature" will be will then tell of their experimentalwork low In order to hit as many of the
( ordinary necessities of life now mix with 2 cups of milk. Set dish the address Thursday by Royal and Roland Turner, agricultural pests as possible
At Bushnell sale twenty to ATLASThe
r A for the Southern
of hot water Bake In a -
I t a
take on a significance com- pan Dixon, nationally known nature .
l ? twenty-five pure bred Hereford will speak about the importance -
monly acknowledged in times of moderate oven until custard Is firm writer. A discussion about child way,
"' will Farmers' Week at the Univer-
bulls will be auctioned. They
of dairying In the South.
and well browned. A cake pudding -
> '. fi In age from fifteen monthsto plenty. They provide physical care and development will follow. sity of Florida, Gainesville, August
range be made dried After a milk and dairy Inspection Standard Oil
mind and the may by using
comfort ,
peace In the clothing sessions each afternoon
three and will be Texts 8-12, will make an educational va-
S 7 years discussion led by Hon. Nathan
real cookies or cake instead of bread.
which must underlie
good will attention will be
animals noted for ; special cation that farmer can afford.
ranched a type commissioner of agriculture, any Tire
Mayo, GuaranteedOne
Poor Man's Pudding
r v and which has happiness. From this bodily ease given to personal appearances, care See the country or home demon- -
{ rustling ability the Association will hold Its bus!-
Take 8 whole milk 1-2 teaspoon -
and mental calm arises a constructive cups of and home sewing, with
made Florida of the stration agent about It.
good on ranges
nutmeg 1 teaspoon salt, 1.2 ness meeting. YearFrigidaire
i habit of thought and a lightness home demonstration agents and
tick free area. of spirit which favor individual cup rice, 12"cup sugar, and 1-2 The afternoon cooperative marketing -
clothing specialists taking a big
t The U. S. Bureau- Animal with ....
success and community well- cup raisins. Put all together In a part in the talks and demonstra program will open a NeNNN.eNr
s has this to about
A Husbandry say Men reared under the auspicious buttered pan in a moderate oven talk by Julian Langner, cooperative -
being. tions. In the nutritional session, SAXTONMls
'i, grading up live stock: "Grading Stir frequently at first, and then association organizer and
conditions of sufficient
h economical buying, adequate meal I
herds and flocks the use of
tip by will
w y 'pure bred sires of Individual merit nourishment and comfortable sleep, occasionally. Bake 2 hours. The planning at low cost, and the use farm paper editor. Following Viola Tyler, Cor
the result of their hav- pudding should be creamy, and U be a report from association lead-
I enjoyed as of home products will be featured.The .
t economical and
Is practical
I from Jacksonville, St Peters-
earned them fortunate. better served hot than cold. ers
l ing are home garden and the calen-
means of live stock Improvement Miss Flonnte Fredell were visit-
+ Miami and Tampa. The concluding -
These last few months have Chocolate Corn Starch Pudding burg, ,
per- dar home orchard, will have
The benefits accumulate rapidly in a big Ing Miss Viola and Gean Tyler the three year guar-
address will be given by
r Ingredients: 2 milk, 1-2
haps brought that fact home to a J cups cup place on the gardening and food
t such respects as greater uniform. Thursday afternoon.Mr.
( Wm. F representing
6 corn starch, Shilling
.. t?} ity, Improved quality and Increased large" percentage of our popula- sugar 1 1-2, squares tablespoons chocolate, 1.2 tea- conservation program. Special Federal Farm Board. Throughout Pete Burney and Fonso Grlf- anted electric refrigerator -
tion. talks and demonstrations will be
utility value The bureau endorses fls attended church at Saxton
? all of the sessions, liberal time
salt, and 1-2 teaspoon va-
'i'1 spoon given about canning and in other
and thla method of Improving Tuesday night
encourages and will be allowed for questions by
nilla. Mix the sugar, starch, '
i all classes of live stock..' MUSHROOM GROWING NOT ways preserving these products as the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt of
salt and make into thin, smooth, dairymen.
S ''k Cooperating with the board in EXPLOITED INDUSTRY well as fish and meats. On the Lawtey attended church at Saxton
Add to
with a little
the Bushnell sale are the State home Improvement program home TALK ON TREES Thursday. For sale bySmith's
heated milk in top of double
1'' Marketing Bureau, the Extension Gainesville, Fla.-Florida farm. conveniences and interior and exterior Mr. H. D. Tyler attended to business

'.S'S' Division of the University of Flor- ers are warned by the Federal Bu. Add vent melted chocolate.and cook for Stir 20 to minutes pre-- home beautification at low (Dr. E. Porter Felt, Director the In Starke Saturday.Mr. .
,' ida, the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- reau of Plant Industry that grow- cost will be the main topics. Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories and Mrs. John Crews of
Add vanilla and pour into
ing mushrooms Is not a new and Lawtey attended church at Saxton
Stamford, Conn.) Service
1: These molds which have been rinsed in
tr s agencies Join in urging unexplolted industry and that cold water. Chill -and serve with Belle Glade-New equipment to Friday night.
cattle owners to attend the sale,I those who know very little about be Installed In local post office. The effects of dry weather are Rev. and Mrs. Kirkland of Jacksonville -
S ;i see the cattle, visit with other cat the business should beware of un- cream or whipped cream. -- beginning to be evident. A contin- were the dinner guests of

,5e tle owners In attendance and make principle promoters who are Interested Fluffy Chocolate Pudding The Home Period will present talksof uation of these conditions Is likelyto Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tyler Sunday. StationStarke
their selection of one or more good only In selling spawn. Proceed as under corn special interest to housewives, result in red mite or red spider Markley Starling was visiting
with the
bulls with which to start herd improvement "In the past few years the priceof starch pudding following and the noon farm hour will broad- Injury. This has occurred In the Elbert Sunday.Mrs. .
4 mushrooms In the large mar- change: Use 2 1-3 cups milk, S cast the following talks: case of some trees and probablywill Rivers and daughter, were Fla

__ kets has been about 25 cents a tablespoons corn starch, 8 egg Sat., July 30 Florida Farm become much more evident in visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. ... .
''t'' i 'FAR1IEIIS FORTUNATE pound. With about IS million yolks, 1 teaspoon vanilla, and the News and Hints. Farm Editorial the next few weeks. E. Kelley of Brooker last week.

',S ,' COMPARED WITH THOSEIN pounds being grown annually in whites of 3 eggs stiffly beaten. Snapshots The red mites or red spiders are Mrs. Bell is visiting Mrs. Kirk-
OTHER OCCUPATIONS the United States, growers in many Fold in egg whites. Mon, Aug. 1-The Peanut Pork very insignificant little creature I land of Jacksonville this week. OVER WORJED

r1 j I localities have been forced to sell 4 e 0 o Situation-H. G. Clayton. Factors I They are approximately a hun- Mrs. Nora Futch of Lawtey, !
(By Spuds Johnson) their product below the cost of -7' Affecting Farm Profits In North dredth of an inch in length. They were visiting hire A. C. Sumner NERVESUP

{ ?l('' ; There are those who tell us that production during the last year." ..L WRUF FARM PROGRAM t' Florida-Frank W. Brumley. teed upon the leaf surface of varIous Monday.

; this thing and that thing must be o Tues., Aug. 2-The Velvet Bean trees and other plants and Misses Viola and Gean Tyler
1 "" 1 a done If agriculture is to survive. I WALTON POULTRYMEN 4 "The Voice ef Florida"Gatnesville Caterpillar%R. Watson. Farm soon cause a somewhat characterIstic were visiting Mrs. A. C. Sumner

y )?I However, the editor of New Jersey 1 TREAT EIGHT THOUSAND Question Box. pale spotting which may result Saturday afternoon.A .
T 1 Agriculture, in a thoughtful BIRDS FOR CIHCKENPOX Wed., Aug. 3-Mulch Paper Experiments in a general gray or brown baptism was held at Crosby
''?,t mood, takes Issue with them and :I Fla.-With the Flor- on Truck Crops-M. R. unhealthy color of what should be lake Sunday at four o'clock, Five

,i reminds us that agriculture ia fun I DeFunlak Springs, Fla.-Poul- ida Farm Hour at noon each day Ensign. Primer for Town Farmers. luxuriant green foliage. This is particularly were,baptized by Rev. John Sellersof
lies damental. He says that agriculture -j I trymen of Walton county are havIng next week and the Florida Home marked on the lower Jacksonville. There will be Sunday h
''r y Is bound to survive unless'; their pullets vaccinated !In Period each morning at 9:43: : EST, Thurs., Aug. 4-August Farm I branches of oaks. Some mites pro- school at Saxton church Sunday -

chemistry finds a way of produce large numbers for the prevention of farm folks should get much helpful Jobs and How to Do Them-J. :.duce an abundance of cobwebby at ten o'clock. Everybody Invited -

+ ) tag all our foods synthetically, or I I chickenpox.: They have found from information from state radio Francis Cooper matter. This is true of the fir mite to attend. 4w

7 ,,? / unless we return to the primitive past experience that it pays, says station WRUF. These two pro- Fit, Aug. 5.-A Study of Citrus and to a less extent of a Europeanmite Mrs. H. D. Tyler attended
state and live off the berries! birds' I I County Agent Mitchell Wllkins. grams are planned by the Florida Fertilization and Costs W. R. common on apple trees. Ad- church at Saxton Sunday night.

ro ,eggs, etc., we can gather from the During the summer of 1931 the Agricultural Extension Service. Briggs. vanced infestations of red mite or Miss Viola and Gean Tyler and
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r:' THE: 1\IAIN'TIIING ON }MAIN\ STREET" By I,. F. Van Zelmfhtilxj I I

i TO your ears In work-
} iBuzz I MOW'WC GOTTA ] YEAH-HE BRAGS: OLD "MAN HATCH HA* 1 every" nerve at high tension.

'__ BEN TO HIM / ABOUT 'EM IN THE MADE LOTS OP MISyAKES! t No wonder yon snap at the wife

MAIN STREET'9 flTIt0Y4 BRA: ABOUT ( FRONT YARD AN' BUT THEY ARE THE; and bark at the children.Watch Overworked.

5T, 1 BBOT: THE' ALL MORNK1 THE.. BAC$. MADE Nervous Headache, K. Tone -

HATCH TWINSON T'w'ri' ALONG roT npaaant anddlatWbD ftf
other ]
MAIN ST. LIKE'' :I ONLY A FAWE FORPROMISED Why don't' yon try Dr. Miler
CUD LOWE 'EAN' Bfferveecert Nervine Tablets?
Ht DOMTIP Just one In a half class of

_ S I I EVEN DO l water makes a pleasant, spark*
I 3 THAT Bug drink delightfully soothingto
OLD MAN MATCH' OH F'HEAVEtY9 i I overtaxed nerves.

-f Ya 'S ; PARADED HIS,; TWIN\ TN Ak>s I Dr. UIW Nervine Is now and
I wade m two forms-Liquid
r ANGEL CCWJM MAIN user "' Effervescent Tablet. Both bar

i1 ,.,_ c'I?EET THIS MORNING TC the same soothing effect.
;, AND GAVE THE, t 11.00. at yew cine storekHMformed
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..,. i7'--- i Bounty Florida.timrml Fnnit :NOTItH OP \PIM.ICiTIOX rOll I 5i.iilhi'. ; < '|111t<
ifllJ, .t ; I"r" ,( Clf>rh "f. 'l--, ,,it Court' a. TAX UKIAUN"tl ..r t tlir "''tit hat r.'t qnartni. of 'M.I .' '
rnt ., n d I[ n I in hereby ..Iv.-". thiit John NCPI. ih"4i t :t
) Waiflday I ..- : + Do You Know ? + I foiintyimlltor t rominlNMloiKTK. I t ami.I dork, 111(1001)to hoard, of1'iiiinty I\{. !: pvm t.hol.tcr, of, Tnx "tvtilflcnln I twHw ((12)) IIlIl'I".1I Tnwnfhlp"" I In MCVIMI Nurn t -.11>u
: No Id, City of Hln-ko Mil .
: F..r rtlem nnri i nillt'UK'I : inv l'I"ulh..f* rtnngn twenty-oiio, (tin 1 ) ,
:;i :: :: t'uunly oommlMMonvrx -
: 't 1\\\\\: 9900! 00. of AugiiHt A. r" liW, Ii,''. riled ealde"rtlficate Rai-t: i..plaining. eighty tso) acre '
Pay of HhKi'lff, for 5It hi,; my; office I and mad more, or, loan, ."
>roud county romniUvlonern, tendance on Application for tax deed. to Imue with U,. -ui'n| | .1, ,it 41 '-.t,1, '!* -
-yfWora ii limp into my feet mil alight unto ih. P alm ; 160.00. thereon In accordance with ton i.i 4 ;
JlldliY( ay p 119105.: Attorney for county comnitmion-" : law Saidcertificate made nurbu.i'i( i > ltd 4!. -. to \
era, lao.oo.Muparvlnor. embracee the following tittlafy the aame a' 4 '" '

junrbiuifkiittn.; : All religioul teachhg doctrine or H..I,.. lo of Hounty reirliitratlnn Uulldlnrii 1140.00.! described of Bradford altuated county.In Flor city AN "1.. <(<.reed, if they an to have any claim I Jail 100.011. ida, to-wlt' : l.ATTON&lltAy, -
8-U ipon the 'love, loyalty and devotion of the poople, must be lu. harmony with Court lloUHe, 150.00. Lots II. 9, 10 of Block IS I.. '1'. l 1 j lalneavllle t Flo.Hollrltiira ll
the teachings of Jesu the Christ whose words fit Into every fold i and crevice ICxpenneM. of County Dulldlng1: Conipany'a'I'h" Addition to Ntarke. for Conmlulnant.. '
KHNeeament of enld T-h
.Innltor property -5i-7-9.
o 12. of the human rally SPAKE LIKE vv Innurance, "00.110. In the name of Livingston' Truby A NOTICM Foil 1'1'ltl.lCATIOV:
Kiirnll-lre antl fc'lxturea. Company.ITnieaa, ". In (the Name of the State. of Florida:
r InI Pastor of Bradford and Union eountlea are Invited to use this department flu I Id I ns.: County said. certificate shill be re It appearing by affidavit. filed In
I pply.llzed. for news of church acUvltles, ortranlzatlona and announcement J...11100.00./ deemed according. In law tax deed. that, certain. cauae, In th* Circuit n, .t
Court. will :Hue thereon. on the
llouee Judicial
and '50,0V( Clr- '
*. Space freely (Ivon no charge mlMltr'e only requirement A1 Incidental. 60000. Augtiet. A. IX 163*. (iilt In and for Bradford County \
being that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning Allowance to paupem outiltlA of nted tliU. 7th day.. of July A. 1>. Plorlda, In Chancery, entitled. Wil t 4t I'
ethcrwloe! they cannot be handled for current Issue. poor farm SteOO.UO. 193*. liam" .". Carter, complainant, vernua (; I ,
Coroner' O. W. AT.DTCRMAN. Clnra n. Carter' defenilant and
... Inquext, ftBfl.OO. the ,'
' tile Innunlty, Inqulrlea.' 5000. I ((80,1) Clerk of Circuit Court.: relief .prayed tar being a divorce'
Stationery, printing' and blnnka. Ttradford {County Fltirlda.oniticit that the. defendant la a resident oj
Manna .
forty years until they came i' .. 24:' I 1150.00. ,, ..It.I.a. a elate ur county: other hail Florida' ,3
r SUNDAY SCHOOL : to a land inhabited; until they ) Keroril hook.. 1.100 00. .n-wlt, the City of .nmberton: sHite3 I -
AdvertiMlng. required Inw pnni.icvriov' AM of North Carolina and I I. over the. t
by : told
II 1 tope LESSON came unto the borders of the land I by oounty n $250,00. KOTICH '1'(' ".'1.1\1\llNOT1CW age of twenty-one and that P"
nt I I of Canaan." ("' .,.f"n' .:'j.orrrl: ': \ In hereby. given. to J. )I. there I I is no pernnn rn..i elate uf Y
Arnold's Tax AHRemiar. $1600 on. Oaglalrdl and wife Myrta Oaglalrdl Klurlda.( *ervla" of personal I process .
, commentary gives the I Tnx Collector. (1600.00. of 721 Willie Avenue. Han Jose, ('ltlltC litton. whom" would personally bind '
FOR JULY 31 lOfl: following description of this food: Sherlft'e general court work, $800. >l'"I... and to the unknown heir. paid' defendant.. ,
It fell with the dew; appeared when Clerk circuit court general court devleeep. grantee. or other claim- It i"II ordered.:: thAt the defendant
ave work "GO.00. ante under J. J. Morgan dec.a..ed. C'1 Carter appear, to the bill of '
''bed The Giving of the Man- the dew left the ground was whiteor Kxpenium: of Rlectlon $500.00. and each. of them and to all peraone, :rinnpltthtt: on n'ral al t day of August, ,
Subject: ;
pearl gray; was granular like Indexing.' $800.00. having or claiming any Interest, In A. l> 1132, i* detiroe pro ,;
Reserved! for contingencies. $69.4S. the following I I :deMrrlhnl I land, lying I 'itiifeaao. will tie entered. agalnat. bar
na.Golden Text : coriander seed; small like hoarfrost fr'lM nnd forfeiture 1" ...! and being. In the county of Hrndfnrd fur her failure to appear.,
: "Every good gift .
Tasted like waters made I Sheriff. and depiitle* cost mil* In i Htate' of Florida to-wlt! It I I. further ordered, that thle
for and every perfect gift Is from' criminal. camtft, $3000.00. The North, half 1 of the !Inn f h.-.HI rdr he puUllahed. once a week Cotc'naOtutlys "..
. and Cometh from the Father with honey or fresh oiL Tt melted County Judaea ('nn t bill criminal quarter lose. right-of-way of the. A. 'ikur" week. in the iirad- -
be above lu the hot sunshine; but was hard oa.."n, .,,,.. $100000. R U. e> O. Hallway being, u etrlp furl. Cuunly Telegraph, a newapa- \
Du- of lights." James 1:17.: County nrnwecutlna. ; attorney; con 200 feet wide across nnme and the per of general, I'lrcilliiflon** |PublIshed ,,', /
and had to be prepared In mills and viction. fees Houtheaat .. HI Tlradfnrd County Florldn.
''8ta Lesson Text Exodus 16i: 1-5 U, and salary, loon.uo. quarter of the Northi>a t
mortars like grain was much like IlHlllfrw pay for .attendnnc, on quarter, all being In Meet, Ion 'Ifllxht WltueHN. my" hand and the official' V ; -
15, 35. criminal" .court, $160.00. (II. TnwnHhlp seven. (7)) SunlIt Bill. of std ooiir this tho Hititd, flay '
Introduction: grain flour In baking. WItness. f,..., $iooo.oo. tange Twenty (10)) Rant contain, I"if June. A 1). 1t n2.O. .
Left to itself it petrified and it n : Sheriff. commUnlou on flnea cotleted lug. lift I acres, more or leu*. W, ALDERMAN t .
- Following the deliverance of the ) k .100.00.. That. you and each of you are : (H""n Clerk of the, I'lroult Court, ., '
Israelites from Egypt and from had to be used as gathered dally. Feeding 'prlannera' $1200.00. hereby. notified. that you hay lifimmade Mradfnrd;: I".County. Florl"t,\ 1,
No substance is known which answers Pay of Jurors. In criminal, ....*..., partlen. efivndtint. to the Hill ZACII If ) .
the Egyptian army the miraculous $560.00. of Complaint filed In I the circuit r'HANOIrt H. IIUI.I* V?"' '
crossing of the Red Sea-- and the exactly to this description. Ouard, .t lull, 36000. Court :of Florida. Until Judicial: : (Cir! Nollolturn, for Complainant. (J!
ft was miraculous food Itoaerved for. cuit.I In and" Hrndfnrd* 24-BI-7-12..
I preparedand e- ciontlngenclen, $ft0.2a. County, '
celebration of these great eventsby rI : -_
AitrlFMlturnl' r"nnd In Chnncery' In I that certain' CHUM f
means of the song of Moses the by God to sustain Snlnry Homo" ienonntrstion Agent ..nIHI"1 I the Federal t.nnd Hank of :M TMH OK 'M ",'rI'U'N1.1: "
Israel during the wilderness $600.00. Columbln, a cornoratlon, Plnlnllff.I .
Notice. ,IN
hnreliv given
hosts of Israel journeyed three versus Iiurbara ; that under
-holur-hln University or Florida Morgan Widow, et
days In the wllledrness east of the years. PA.tog..pS c..J. .... |2no.oo.KttNorved. nl., Defeinlunta.' wlinreln the IMaln-, "nnd'li'.ircn, by of vltrtie of that .certain, final "I i
Each day they gathered an N. ..' A..I..." for contlngencleH, $56.28. tiff Heeka ti> forevloae: 'the lien:: of forecloatire. made Slid r..nilered ; .1" -
Red Sea without finding water. "Omer" (about 6 1-2 pints) for THAT this gentle eyed beast derives hIs name from. the Avlilovr'' I'.ss.In. Fna l the Mortgage given, by .1. J, Si.raenunit Honorable on June A. Z.a.Hnl. Adkln, A. M., Judge 1912., bv of' .I'' ,
shams "
and wife
They then came to Marah, where of hI. ..r'1 H. I It Allowance made to wlilowa with IturliariL Moriran uoverlug the 2tllh Judicial. "'i. ;
they found an abundant supply of each man. On the sixth day they the greatest atlfr-lcgged jumper known In a.the the mill deer and ht It probably children. of i-hoot age lioaa.ou.' tha itt thle property notloe.hereinbefore. deavrlbed. I In that certain Clruult iHtie. of wherein KlorIdn. ,-; .t f
bitter gathered twice "s much. But on Sand of his brother world. He and torn Un thou. Hewoi-ved\ far cnntlngenulvM' $10.13. Therefore. Joneph_ H. ""II."... a* lluulilataifor. ,
water but It was and unfit and liter* make their, horn T-2D-H. !you and each of von ,
murmured the seventh day which Is the Sabbath Park, Alberta Canada the largest In Jasper National --_._u.___-__- '_ are hereby required to appear to"the tlon firauford County Itanlc. a. ,tnrpur, -
The I is .
for use. people game sanctuary In the Nulil, complainant, anil A. K CarHtilinx. -
against Moses and ag he cried to it did not appear. The Sab- park ha. *n area of more than 4,000 square milt. world. The :\01'U' OF AnMr\Tio"< roil Hill*you,of before. Complaint the Clerk. no of filedniralnut this 0.."",. Cnrantia. Jaine Iflngllr _ _
bath day existed before the law TAX t>""':1) Court on the lut of \<'h, Mrtnbatten Comimny, n corpora '
the Lord he was directed to'cast a Notice 'U hereby given, that, H. W. tell at the court house day Auguet tion, J. M. Alvaren. and: N. I). Walnwrlitht. -
certain tree into the water and the was given on SInia through Moses. therefore a matter of great en- Crestvlew F. C. Webb build- Whltehend. holder of tux certificate Florida: otherwUe. a Decree In Hturke Pro, Alvare. '.' under' will of ________
couragement to know that our ing remodeled Vo. 114 1th day of July A. I). 19.10, Cnnfoeeo will ha entered agalnet J. W. deveneeil, are defendant
water was made good. The abund- -S and! will be occupied ha' filed Raid certificate' In my office and each of fur failure you *, I I. I the un ant water supply at slIm and the DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS sanctification is included in the will by Peoples Dry Goods Store. and, made application) for tax. deed pear. you to ap- Mauler\ llb'tllhlr.I': ; rant to the _
of God. to Issue thereon In accordance with It la ordered that thl notice be hlgheat And ,. ." at the Mould .1 _
refreshing shade of the palm trees law. door of I the 4
Hnld court houae In "jtarke
certificate embrace* the publlnhed. ,
once a week for four __ __
brought encouragement to the July 29 4. What distinct purpose did Clearwater Bids to be opened following described 1 property (1 dilated conaeuutlve weeks. In th. Itradford Itrudfonl, County. Florida, on Monilny _
Christ have in giving Himself for In Uradford county, Klorlcln town County Telegraph. a the rtmt day of August, A. t).
The Glad hav
travelers after the days of weariness Awakening As for August 18th for construction of : ing general circulation newspaper In l 192. during the legal hours, of ;sale.
and want In the desert. Palm me, I will behold thy face In righteousness the church? "Husbands love your $125,000, poatofftce. SWVi\ of flWVi II..". 20 Twi S 8. It. County, Florida. Liradfurd for tile. Purpose of satisfying ..I.l '

trees grow only where there Is wa- : I shall be satisfied whenI wives even as Christ also loved 21 lee. *HUH'. containing 40 acrei more or Thle 29tll W.of June. 1 93t. final land.,decree lying'' the and, following being' In dearrtbed Uradforduuunty I' 4.

ter. It is natural to suppose that awake with thy lIkeness.-Psa. the church and gave Himself for. Tallahassee Contracts for $2- The assessment" of aald property (Seal) Clerk. Circuit ALPICUMAN Court. Flurlda. to-wlt: __ __ ___
Israel encamped here for some IT! 15. it; that He might sanctify and under the eald certificate Imiuect' was Bradford. County Florida. All that tract of land dsscflbstl u.'
477,624, worth of a* follow: Hounded,
road and bridge In the name of II. V. Hturdlvnnt. T-l-Bt-7-29. on the North by
cleanse it with the of
washing water -
days. July 30 work awarded by state UnleKH. said certificate shall be re. lends of N. t n. Hngamnn or Thumpon '_ ____
The wilderness of Sin reaches Be Charitable: Brethren if a I by the word." Eph. 52526.: department during period highway from deemed testis according thereon: on'lo the law 29th', tax' dodwIll of M''I'rI''' IIIUPI mid lot.on the on the Knet 'i by: (hJl'Z.I: .Center Central Ht. -w
, about fifty or sixty miles from man be overtaken in a fault, ye (Continued.) January 1 to 1. Augimt. A. O. 3911.Lat.n Notice le hereby given that under and, I'enlnMiilay" Hallwuy Company
July ,1 thin 23rd day of and by virtu' of a final decree of land", lea: 100 feet. aquare out of: the\ ) __ __ __ __
, Elim to Mt. Sinai. There are some which are spiritual restore sucha O. 3933. July A. foreclonure. rnndo. .and rendered. by HimthwHMt corner of .aalil lantl., con t
springs with better water than at one In the spirit of meekness; Jacksonville U. S. Departmentof O. W. AT.DKRMAN the Honorable .... Z. Adklne. Judgeof tamIng Nine acre mure or )I....> and
Marah. Some of these springs are considering thyself, lest thou also Labor's Employment Service Fort Lauderdale -- Bids on East ((1'101.1)' ) Clerk of Circuit Court Judicial the Circuit circuit' Court of the 2ttth. being In the Northeast quarter of ,
of Florida. In and 'the ,
I for headquarters moved to 125 Market, Coast Canal projects in Broward Ttradford County, Florida.' for Mradford In / Nnrthea' quarter of Hectlort _____ ___
II now important watering places be tempted.-Gal. 6: 1. 7-2 -5t--26. o IU'l. Chancery, Twenty-one (lit Tnwnihlp Hlx and
street. i Dade counties expected to be dated Jun. 22nd In that certain tioiith, Hung 1 Twenty-two (.1) eait,
I the Arabs. July 81 I asked shortly. Vance therein' lately pending between Aleo I a> fraction: of) Sections Hlxteen. n1V : _________
After celebrating their deliver- Guard the Tongue: Keep thy IWOTIfM OP "l>,\ TIOJ( Foil The Federal I.nod flank of Columblit I and Twenty-one, Township, ) _
ance at the Red Sea by the aongof tongue from evil and thy lips from West Palm Beach Headquarters ---- TAX UKfCn f'lalntirr and. llaletead n. McKlroy. Moulh: llange,\ Twenty-two: ( f's/: .
Notice I I. hereby given that T.. Tt. et nl., defendant, the underalgned. deaorlbed, sun fultowa, _
Moses and Miriam (Exodus 15: speaking guile. Depart from evil of Boy Scout executive officials XOTICI-I Of AI'IM.KTI<)\ FOil Dalney. holder' of Tax Certificate who was therein. appointed, a* 8pe- point' In the center. : llrtglniilng uf the transitrailroad at a _
the Israelites started east- and do seek and moved to new quarters In TAX. III.D: No. 14. the 7th day of July A. D. nlal Maater In Chancery: to execute. 416 feet North from an Iron
1-21)) good Notice I I.
; peace pursue .
hereliy given, that J. V. the ..
i 1A10 him filed aalrt certificate. In my earn will n Monday the let .pout In center. of said railroad _
ward on their Journey. it:-Psalm 34: 13, 14. courthouse. nrlffin.' holder of tax rertlflrate No. office and mad application for tax day of August 19H9. durIng the legal. near Temple'. Htorei' thence tract _
run _
25!. the 7th day nf July A. D. 1930; deed. to leslie. thereon. 'In accordancewith hours fif aale. before the court' house Went, Fourteen ,
"And when they came to Marah August 1 ha* fIleil ealrt tHMIIfloata' In of. : North, 1112(1( ___
my law. Hald certificate embrace In Btnrke Florida, sell to the thence, ..t''f.r:,, : '
they could not drink of the waters Tried and Proved-: for God Perry Better Food Store op- floe. and mad Duplication for tax the following described property. hlaheat and beat bidder' for caxh, Wet 'thence lOad, Fourteen degree
for they were bitter: And the people his way is perfect; the word of the Green and Bartow being improvedover deed with lamie,MalI.thereon certificate, In accordance embrace situated In in-adford County Flor the following dencrlbed land*, degree OJlti. to center at Itailroadfeet :
1'lai to-wltt file, lying* ami
murmured against Moses say- Lord la tried: he Is a buckler to all new route of state road No. the,, following 'leec'rlhad property ..It.iata,1 l._.t.. I, 2!, 11, 11 of nik. 20 Wan uuunly, Florida: : lielng In-wlt' :In Kradford nld Tract I rallroud, thence: tract alone to point ttie center of beginning I of- _
log What shall we drink ? And them that trust in hlm.-2 Sam. 2. to-wit In Hradford County, Florida, City See R, Twp. 7 H. Tt. SO* Kant. All that certain piece, tract or containing twenty acres mure
he cried unto the Lord; and the 22:' 31. WV4' of 8E'i: Boo as Twp 4 8. R. II under The aftNommcnt the. said. certificate of said. property leeued. $!lug parcel: In of the land county alluate of, :Bradford lying and ami be, -or less., ICXCEI'T five acre. old to

Lord shewed him a tree which August 2 Plant City Culvert of city's 13.The 10 acre aeaeaament.. of aald was. 'In .the. name of P. A. ('Fopby, Htate of Florida' more particularly K. K. PTCHOVMAN:

when he had cast into the waters. Withhold Not Good: Withholdnot canal widened Under Baker streeton tinder the mild certificate leaued property wa redeemed I'nleim said according certificate. to law shall, tax he doHcrlbed The> Northwest a. follow. "" quarter to-wlti or the A. fl Special tItJaWII.T. : Master lit Chll""."')', .
made sweet." east side of In 'the name of )OJ. L. Padgett.. deed. will Iniiue. Southeast.. quarter. and tha Went ,
the waters were gpod from them to whom It is city. Unleim. thereon on the 16th halt Solicitor fur Complainant.
aalil certificate shall be r.d"emed .- of the I
day of August, Norlheunt l '
A. D. IUI quarter of the .
One writer "There Is no Is the of -
says due when it in power according. to law tax deed. Dated title oth day of July A. D.
reason to suppose this sweeteningof thine hand to do It.-Proverbs 3: Hollywood -- Boulevard to be or will leaue. thereon on the Und day 1933. 3

the bitter waters was due to any 27. improved west of Hills Inn to tinted Augunt.thin A.18th D. day 193*of. July A. D. Seal)) Clerk(S. W of AT.Ofl:11MAN.Circuit: Court t!'P'I

Inherent quality of the wood. At August S Bryan Memorial Highway. 1932. fJ. W. DERMAV.. 7-HI-61-8-1J.Bradford County, Florida Wake Up Your Liver BileW !

least the present inhabitants of the Great Things: Fear the Lord Cl<*rk or Circuit Court, I

desert have n0' knowledge Of any 'and serve his in. truth: for consider Umatilla Carl Merrell moved '22-tt-8-l Bradford County, Florida. NOTIff Of APPLICATION FOR ,

tree possessing the power. to make I how great things he hath Self Service Station to building _._ U TAX HRKII -Without '
It JVOTICH OK ItKBTOHS A.VU fllKlt.ITOIIS Notice .la hereby given that T.. A. I : ,
bitter sweet. Nor was :
waters done for you.-1 Samuel 12: 24. formerly occupied by Cooper Paint Drown, holder. of Tas CertificateNo. r

brought about by any other agency I August Shop. Notice l In hereby (given that all 41.( 6th .r"c.-: dl'r..1n:: D. 1924 l''
than the power of God. to show Let Us Give Thanks: Blessing all creditor pereona. l cratee. httvln. .., dlntrlbuteee claim.. and haa filed and made a apnlluatlon for my lax office ; And TouTJ Jump Kit of Bed If tale bBe b aet flewbc. freely, rev .teoaaeaa'l .. t 1! .'

the people that in all their difficulties and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving Madison W. L. Tooke moved the estate of Horace* Mnbry.a\nel, |deceased deed to Issue thereon In accordance 41,." It JIM* oeear* la ..ha komlfcOu ', II q I '
and dangers Jehovah wouldbe and honour and power and real estate office to Tooke building, are hereby requested. to prent with law. Maid certificate embrace ia die Morning Rarin to Go olaaki. "p yen itumt iifc, Ten kav* ,
.... .. the following I described 1
their Helper and Deliverer." might be unto our God for ever East Rutledge and Range streets. <>. their A. dnrdlner claim, to County the Honorable Judge of. situated' In Uradford: county property, r'lor- thl ok.bed. Ute..4 yea breath I b foal.aUaftea ,\I II!' ,, '.

"And they came to Elim where and ever.-Revelation 7: 12. ____n____ I Kr:dfnrd County; : Florida, for hi* Ida to-wltt If TOO fed rxrar' sad sunk and the keel tut ta buHablM. Yew bead I l?) 'J,
were twelve wells 'of water and Fort Myers Prescott-White approval within one year from date lot one H l ) Block seventeen' (11)) world looks pack,don't swallow a lot*aad yea feel dews and....Tour wbel. 'I'/ .,: \\ ;
hereof or thin notice will beheld. In 'In Ward City flection ( Twp, 7, 8. .f eats minus water oil Uzativ
three-score and ten palm trees: and CTIESBYTKKIAN Corp.. New York submitted low liar'thereto. and all pernona Indebted. It. 20 I Tten I"pataeae4. ," )y.'I'
to e tate The asnesament of said property extndj or chewing fnm and aped I. '; ,.
are requested to pay It tekeilaoMf. ooleU CARTER1UTTLMLTVXII
they encamped there by the wa -. bid of $164,809 for construction of their. "Id l dctita forthwith to the undernlirned .under the saul certificate funned. was them to tnsJc roa tllJdd.aly..C ;; '01 f%"
ters." proposed PQst office admlnlMrator. In the name of III.... O. W. 1\.1...". FILM to let the**.w.poad*of hlU.flewbif "; ;;' :
Services Sunday July 31, as follows u4 md full sunshine
Then lesson Thl Und day, of July, 132.MLJ.Elt Unleen. aId certificate shell I.. redeemed Iraoymat$ ), freely*ad auke yea feej l %,gad as." fJ IFCII' I\\ '
our printed begins, : L* JOHNS according to deed they cn't da It. They only\ Tkey _" ........ _
'"And they took their journey from Jacksonville Southern Hard- T-22-Ot-9-l. AdmlnlntratorNOTK will I....... I thereon on the lit day of oamleai geattejvecetaUe .. ( i 1
10 a. m. Sunday school T. Augunt/ A. D., 1 32.a. (DOT*) th* bowels and a mire movv .. ..........ameabf wIse .U MOM*Ie ,; ''I : _
Elim. into the wilderness of Sin Williams acting supt. ware & Bicycle Co., opened new offices '., W. AT-DIBRMAN the
meat dossn't get at cause. The auldf. the bile lev freely., ,
which is between Elim and .SInaI and rooms at Liberty Temporary budget for fliical Clerk of Circuit Court r
11 a. m. Morning worship sermon beginning October let 1933 year and (Real. ) flrad Cord County Florida. rcsjon for'your dowDo8Dd-outfeeUnr Bel<..''eck t.a.,1Ila.Ask Lw r Carter'sLittle :,:'f 4I. 11 tij i
un the fifteenth of the sec and East 14th streets. : i I
day : by the pastor. .. endlnv. Hrptemher 30. 1931, Uradford 7-l-6t-7-29. ._ your' liver. It should pour out two IJvor,n..Leok lav MM MOM Carter1 I ''I I! _
ond month after their departingout 7 p. m. Joint meeting of young -- --- pound of liquid blls into your bowels IJM1.. tlver Pm *. tk* re4 ....... ReeMt a t. ,',

of the land of Egypt. And the people's societies at the Methodist dally. ub.dtta.kSSafl...... 0111J.a..c.'t' : ) : ;

whole congregation :murmured church. j rn Seeing Florida First Popular With Hornet oik and Visitors \:; f.
against Moses and Aaron in the : (
at the .
8 p. m. Union service ,/.i ,t
------'- ./ ,
wilderness: And said unto them. Methodist church. Rev. W. F. Jones .J : 1.-1--- _J-c -I--- .. j .I \' ,';

Would to God we had'died by the: will be the speaker and will discuss _

hand of the Lord In the land of a live question one vital for L I lI"t..

Egypt when we sat by the fleshPots '
us all today. Let Us all hear him. .
and when we did eat breadto A cordial invitation to all our ."
r, : .
the full; for ye have brought services exttended to all. 95 I ",1Lc
us forth Into this wilderness to ,

kill this whole essembly with hun REVIVAL- MEETING BEGINS Ii} ;' I : r

ger. Then said the Lord unto Moses, AT PINE LEVEL SUNDAYA I --- 'for :r

Behold. I will rain bread from heaven T 'ff :

for you; and the people shall revival meeting will begin at

go out and gather a certain rate Pine Level Baptist church the fifth

every day. And on the sixth day Sunday night in July. Services ;f- !t. LI j __

they shall prepare that which they begin at 8 o'clock. I Smoothsthe j !

bring In: and it shall be twice as All invited to attend. The pastor 1 4

much as they gathered dally" W. E. Hall will do the preach '

"And when the dew that lay was ing. 1 Way ff. ,:t. !\

gone up behold, upon the face of + ..
the wilderness there lay a small' SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTBible F' on .

thing' as small 'as the hoar frost _

on the ground. And Moses said gratification '

unto them. This la the bread which 1. What Inspired prayer sets r Ironing ,rrJ\\J

the Lord hath given you to eat. the standard of Christian experience -

And the children of Israel did eat. I ? "And the very God and of I peace **\ ay" '.' t :"''t..!

sanctify you whoyy; pray I M adel! Me. A I.: N.It .
God your whole spirit and soul and ,

body be preserved blameless unto

the coming of the Lord." 1 The a. AT this new tow price :you cant efford! to ... without the Coleman > ,(ii 1''tj\Iit'

5:23.: Inetnt-Oa Iron With it you can do :joaf work' bettef, do II ; ,' )t, y '

23. How necessary Is the experience .eater. and do II faeter .. cut IronIng lime one-lhliJl' !r;,! ,1t f _
of santifIcation T "Follow after -, f.
alotaLsTsDle peace with all men and the Tile Colemen light 'InaUntly, no waiting. Has Roto-Typ 'f. .1f
Generator with cleaning needle which, can be operated while, bunting.. "
sanctification without which no
Makes and barns its own gsa 'rain ",...., motor fuel '1 lij'
man shall eee the Lord. Heb. 12: .
ae4c NaG.Jrestomach. 14. R. V. U.. your Coleman anywhere in the _I... room or out oj ,.I;

3. What encouragement is held on the porch. Pointed at both end forward' and backward \ f.. -

out as an aid in attaining this experience .woke. give the aame wrinkleproof ,.....Ita The point ,Is always 4.

? "For this Is the will of .oJ> bot. Tapered sole plate, which, a-ekse It to Iron atonnd' button ,',: litIII ':7 _

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Bradford Telegraph I ;1(' worry much -abut': _ .__.._ .. __ ____. _' .. ___ __ _h_______ .. =--
My wife belonged to all clubs in
{ 'I. From Other Pens j I town, and she even joined the SCHOOL DAYS -- "

Established 1877FLORIDAPRESS young mother's club. We don'thave \. ., By DWIG
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any children but she was .J : .
( c MEMBER Auction Sale of the U. O. V. atudylng-and between playing _
(Arcadia Arcadian.) bridge: and going to clubs. she was ,

ASSOCIATION \ \\ NOTE-The following appearedIn never at home. I&
a recent l issue of the Danville, We got stuck u'p and hifalutin. .
b 1O32 (Ky.) Dally Messenger! over th We even took down the old family
t' z"o signature of Robert Dowllng and bed and bought a set of twin beds i .
[7otwaitd :? '
.. was given the Arcadian by W. E, -on the Installment plan.
McAnly of this city. It deserves a When I would 'come home at 0 MAMMA wlAnS 1G

prominent place among current night, if my wife was at home, she 0 tc SACAN
{ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class bits of political satire. would already be In her bed and I 0 e J

', Matter\ at. the Post Office at Starke, Florida would crawl In mine. If I came In .. BARROW A cuPfuL

Closing out sale of the grand old first!! it was Vice versa.

1 1 E. S. Matthews Owner and Publisher party. As our lease with Uncle I like the depression. We have i W1lSON : ,tI
Sam will expire on March 4, 1933, come down off our pedestal and are :
i i ,, J. C. Robinson Managing\ : Editor and our titles to the political Jack- really living at my house now. The Go RI6NT uvT ?

I Pot will be transferred to the "Sons twin beds are stored In the garage a lr 'fp TAE Psv7tYl R I
a SUBSCRIPTION RATE of Wild Jackasses," we'have de- and the old famly affair Is being ANO NEClA0.A l
cided to hold an auction sale on the used. We are enjoying life. Insteado .. Stlf >
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c Payable in Advance t tr
White House lawn, in Washington, talcing a hot-water bottle to bed
Advertising Rates on Application D. C., November 8, 1932, and sell these cold nights, she sticks her
.' to the highest bidder all of our heels In my back just like she did r --
political macnlnery and our entire before Hoover waa elected.I y
1; City politics are warming up. stock of supplies now on hand, to- haven't been on a party in 18 I Ii

Il': 0 wit: ; months. I have lost my book of
One political machine, 1921 model telephone numbers. My wife has
Florida will use 70,000 less automobile tags next year. badly in need of repair. Can dropped aU the clubs. I believe we

?i '.a 0 only be recognized by its whistle. are falling in love all over again
One moss-grown platform with I am pretty well satisfied with my
]' ,' City officials are wondering If the 13th of September all its farm planks broken. wife, think I will keep her at least
'i! One large ever-bearing Melon until she is forty, and then if I feel
will be more disastrous than June 7th.
any Vine, with several small branches like I do now, I may trade her for
p n I;., 1, o badly frost bitten classed as from two twenties.I .
en assets. am feeling better since the depression.
One billion crime wave, made to I take more exercise. I
Jacksonville Herald headline reads: "Give us the truth. ===
order, old enough to wean, sired walk to town and a lot of folks -1--t1
That editor must find life rather monotonous. by Volstead and damned by every- who need to .drive( Cadiallacs are : :

walking with I like the
body. me depression. -
o Fourteen million moonshine stills I \ I1j
W' I all operating to full capacity. I am getting real, real, honest-
( Lake City Reporter finds consolation in the thought that
Seventeen thousand stool pigeons to-goodness food. Three years ago, .
[5; those who live by taxes shall perish by taxes. all full-feathered. we had fllit mignon once a week, 1 -
Seven hundred now we have round steak and flour
'; 1 eu : rum-running vessels 1
fr -- just learning to swim, but gravy. Then, we had roast breastof
know all the dives.Eleven guinea hen now we are glad to
Mr. Howey is of the opinion there is no Democratic party million dinner palls, all get sow-bosom with the buttonson

E In Florida. The November election will correct this impres empty. it.

sion. Twenty-one thousand miles of I like the depression. My salary
bread lines without a vacant space. has been cut to where'* I can't afford -

1 0f. One seat on the Board of Trade, to buy lettuce and spinachand And the poor birds kept stand- :death, don't misery love company he ain't as far gone as we thoughtand
good for any amount of wheatno parsley and we can't afford to In' around and crytn' until some
f. here's a little secret he's
: citizens have right to think at times that the not
Ordinary a have I ;
., profit guaranteed. fancy-sandwiches and name- of 'em actually starved to death.It If we could get down to about gonna bust out all of a sudden
,q P9 rts operate to keep' criminals from getting their just desserts less frozen dessert and all that was downright pitiful. 25 or 30 counties we'd have where the whole country can see

rather than_ punish those guilty of law violations. Should the present "Prosperity" damfoollshness' ''which has killed PLENTY and everybody would be him. He's been flat on his back
:, continue, we reserve the right to more good men than the world war.I Then one of the fishermen got just as happy and contented, flav for a long: time and he'll be takln
0 sell under the Hoover Moratorium like the depression. Three years an idea. He hopped In his car and in' a few birds that's been helpin' It pretty careful for awhile.
plan. ago, I never had time to go to drove down the beach a few miles to populate the court house.
Ounnellon Sun points out that tooth paste is a luxury Free lunch at noonDoughnutswithout church. I played golf all day Sun- where the pelicans had always What he's plannin' to do I understand

l l subject to federal tax, while tooth brushes are evidently considered holes will. be served, by the day and besides I.waa so darned lived a normal existence and Iiadn' But don't !sit! up nights waltin' is disguise himself with a
Farm Board. smart that there wasn't preacherIn forgotten how to work. He cap false beard or somethln' and sneak
and taxation adding "constitu for it to happen it's darn
a necessity escapes a sight
The Board of Temperance-Prohl West Texas who could tell me tured a dozen of 'em and brought easier off down to Florida for a few
makin' NEW
tional mills grind peculiar'sausage" bltlon, Public Morals, Society of anything. them back home where he turned Is to counties thanit months where he can start in slow
'Ali' YVIck Reforms will serve roast crow in Now I go to church regularly, them loose among the old birds tryln' put 'em together and get his strength back.
I ain't
again sure but that there'sa
I oI the Wickersham Commission. never mill a Sunday. with the PROSPERITY complex. -
Armed guards will be stationed And If this depression keeps on, LAW against even THINKIN'about If we're smart we can be enter.
},y ..y Y Avery Powell wonders how they are going to tax a man to protect the rights of Dolly and I will be going to prayer-meeting Instead of atandln on the shore speakin'such right a out thing about, let It alone tainin' the old boy and get on the

+ who builds his home on four rubber-tired wheels and lives allover Alice to their Royal Seats at this before long.I and Bobbin' like the others, the I still insist, it's a potent, anyhow good side of him, while the rest
{ like the
1 the United States. Buy a gallon of gas and inquire how luncheon. depression. new-comers went right to worcatchln' IDEA, but so is a trip to the of the country worries along with
COME EVERYBODY. -- the idea
And that he is still "around the
their fish. when
own MOON and gettin there is
much of the purchase price is tax some-, "
i o-- the starvin' corner.
hungry pelicans saw thing else.
I Like the Depression r that, they seemed to remember a I
t sate
J; 0.- (J. E. Gleason, Amarillo (Tex.) oo long time ago, they used to do the But all BRAINSTORMS aside, And boy won't they be SUR-

:" :Mount Dora Topic informs the world "that man Boose's News-Globe.) same thing, so they got busy. It have you noticed how prosperity PRISED when they wake up and
&b was hard work at first but they see him elttln' on our front porch
i '. velt :made a mighty good president before and will do it I like the depression. No more elassif managed to nab a fish once In has been cautiously peekin' around smokln' a cigar and tryln' to make
prosperity for me. corner lately, careful, don't
1 q ; ,\ again" Can't vouch for his past record as a president, but he I have had more fun since the By. RUSSELL KAY awhile and In a few days they wereas look now, if the old boy knew anybody : up DEPRESSION his mind whether to bury the the
; is going to be the best president we've had since Woodrow depression started than I ever had Florida( Press AMOCMIIO.Well good as ever and could bold was payin' any attention to darn thing.HollywoodJ.. or
their with the best of 'em.
J Wilson. In my life. I had forgotten how to after llstenin to a"lot of own him, he'd probably lay down and .
live, what it meant to have real play dead again. .
;: this, loose chatter about "what's E. Banks opened
:11 O. And that's the trouble with
friends what it was like to eat you
t with the Banks Furniture Co. at corner
wrong country" I've ar- ,
and me and a lot of other folks,
Give 'Em Credit common every day food. Fact Is, But
rived at the conclusion that about just between you and me, 20th avenue and Harrison street
J.t"'h :Of I was getting Just a little high hat. .. -- we've forgotten how to fiah. What
'< 'meals of the News-Globe organizationcould coats and roll up our sleeves and
every day. be out of town at a time and dive in. There are Just as many
; "Believe me, brother you have said itl r Our wives deserve he had to leave at the last minute It looks like just about every- fish as there ever were but we've I + Do You Know? + j
1 j lot and get back as soon as possible. body has quit workln' for a livln' got to GO GET 'EM. Our daddydid
4 .I a more credit. Since mine has been on her vacation
Many times I have driven 100 milesto land I has entered this nation-wide and our, grand-daddy did, and
I've sat for hours in concentration uptown at the Greek cafe a banquet set through three contest to see who can tell the so can we.

trying to scheme new things each day. And just like all such hours of bunk in order to make a biggest and 'sorriest hard luck _

(concentrators, I end with 'steak and fried potatoes."-Exchange B minute speech then drive the story We- been crytn' on each So let's quit standin' around
100 miles back so as to be ready shoulders until we're all I feelin' sorry for ourselves, this J
,, for work the next morning. up to ears in salty, 'tears. business of flappin' 'our wings and
t 0'- Nowadays as many News-Globe squawk at each other ain't get-
employees as are Invited make You hear a lot 'of talk about tin' us no place. Come on fellows A I Ir.

s A .}; Congressman R. A. Green, of the second district is ad- those trips and we stay as long as FROZEN ASSETS,*, but the kindthey're let's go EAT and make. a DUTCH
we want to. The whole outfit talkin' about ain't the ones TREAT.
j \\1-Tocating' passage of the "back-to-the-farm aid bill," reported could leave the office now and It that are ctoln' all this damage. It's

j; '''J.'J.bY'r the committee on labor, but upon which the house took no wouldn't make any difference.I the COURAGE and FAITH thata And now John Kllgpr is all cross

1,;I action. Green says the "vast population must depart from like the depression. I have time lot of folks took out of circulation and pouty about the way the elec-
_ to visit my friends, to make new awhile back that's draghV us tion went and wants to divide the
j.1 j the congested, industrial centers and cities and once more become ones. Two years ago when I wentto down right now. state. There's a brain throb for'

!; :';', self-sustaining on our vast and fertile farm pasture and a neighboring town I always you. DIVIDE the state and MULTIPLY

{' t.ri prairie landg. The congressman voices! a pretty thought, stayed at the hotel. Now I go home The one thing the United States office holders and taxes,
; with my friends, stay all night and of America needs more than anything Cut If we're going to go in for.vivisection -
$;but it to
appears us that it is the farmers who have been hollering home cooking. I have even .
y enjoy
else right at the moment is a Ufa do it right; While
) the loudest for governmental relief., One of America's spent the week-end with some of good big enthusiastic kick In the ,we're cuttln' and elaahln we can

?most; pressing problems today is what to do with over produc- the boys who have been kind I pants. create a North Florida, a South
";''tion. When watermelons enough to invite me. r Florida, a West Florida and East
are selling sixteen for a dime there store '.
It's great to drop Into a
I think the best Illustration of Florida, a Central Florida, then If '
[>is little prospect for the of the back-to-the-farm and feel that spend
success move- you can an the situation that's come to my at. we got any hunks left over we
9,, 4;'iinent.- Jacksonville Journal. hour or two or three or a half day tentlon Is the story.Ben Wand of can run 'em through a meat chop
just visiting and not feel that you the,Southern Lumber Journal presented per and complete-the picture with
: : 0 are wasting valuable time: I like 'In an editor Rot long ago. the state of insanity.But .
the depression.I ,
t1 Congressman Green and His Attention to Duty am getting acquainted with my It seems that, there was a )tttiefshla' at that it would go a long icPii3pii
friends and neighbors. In the last
way toward solving our unemployment -
( village out .the Pacific
.t Some of the Florida newspapers not in the second con- six months I have become acquaint.ed coast where the fishermen on made a problem and think of the tunwe'd
.t"" I with folks who have been living ETTV P"L t yan X'T. F W>* flLX
have buildln' flock of "ZT 31IIHI
yreasional district taking shots of feedln' a new
practice the
-vi are pot at our Congressman pelicans.
next door to me for three years. I state capitols reform schools penitentiaries
,;i'Lex: Green for alleged overworking the publicity racket. am following the Biblical admonition Every afternoon when they came INSANE ASLYUMSand
In with a load of fish throw
:.': That may or may not be true as each individual views of my, "Love neighbors your has of the" best One a mess to the birds; and the peUI POOR HOUSES. asr'arawmsarc earoanaaa.. | lll MHa ll IIH l liHHIfTTtl 1T

J,: i the matter, but this must be said in reference to his work in looking wives I have ever seen. She cans got so they would all line up Well. If John Kllgore ever decides PA"SMw".1 s.r w

.'f the congress that he is "on the job" all of the time. Those Is a dandy. I am getting acquainted I on on the one'leg shore and standin then on around the ,other first to run for office be can have +-'AT In torn* partt of .tortlie.-n; British Columbia, particularly n...

cwho> have had occasion to ask for information or to secure ac- I with my neighbors and learning ::waintln' for Santa Claus to come my vote for Superintendent of the Ske na River and Bella Caola, strange carvings are found an In
to love them. Public Destruction. -' 'the rocket These are known as patrogtypha (reek picture) and i
;%ution i always get a prompt response. As one Gainesville busi- I Three years ago I ordered my along and feed 'em their fish. many teals they are hundreds of years eld. They were drawn by Indiana

r |/nest man puts it, Congressman Green does not write back that :clothes from a merchant tailor If there ever was a time when who occasionally colored tr.envwlth various dyea.considered The on* shown to ben .
two and three suits at a time. All Everything was rosy It was just above was discovered along the Dean River and l is
She this state needed to stick TOGETHER
: will give the matter prompt attention. lie does the of this tr- art.
at- i my clothes were good ones. I was ike'the boom, and standin' room and pull together. It's of the belt examples o
tending first and then writes the letter. always dressed up. But now I around the feed trough was wortha right now. We're messed up -

,tl k : lie will be back home in Starke in a day or two or he maylave haven't bought a suit In two years. thousand dollars a foot enough as it stands, with 6T counties -
I am mighty proud of Sunday- You'll never know how gooda
my without Invltin more trouble.
i i already arrived but in his absence from Washington his go-to-meeting clothes. 'Wben' I Then the market went hay-wire be until .' .

:office, at the national capital will be open as usual during the ; dress, I am dressed up and I don't and the, flsh..tmenHcouldn't sell If we could just cut out about cigar can you \.
_ ; I'summer and autumn recess of the congress. As a matter of i, mean maybe. I like the depression. their product and (It'didn't: pay'em half of 'em we'd be a whole heck have smoked a i \ '" .wII
Three years ago I was sobusy to go out. of a sight better off and we could tf ,wr x
r(record 204 in the Douse
room office
building has been open and my wife was so busy that we buy a nice tax receipt with the 8'
K every day except Sunday ever since the gentleman from didn't see much of each other, consequently But every. afternoon the pelicans three dollars we'd save. That's VIDW

ii | Starko was commissioned to go to Washington. we sort of lost interestin would line up on the shore and more than most of us are able to
each other. I never went hometo flap their wings and squawk and do now.
q5" ,. And he is the only one of the four representatives In tale). lunch. .About twice a week I holler for somebody to feed 'em. Y ':. SAME SIZE

v 1 lower house at Washington to be returned to his post and went homo for 'dinnerat6:30: : But the fiaherme were havin'troubles I know it would be a lousy trickto MORE HAVANA

'//that without opposition. o'clock. I never had time to go of) their own and while play on a,flock of happy care MILD t
anywhere with her. If I did go on they felt sorry for the pelicans free otrlce" holden and'! their kinfolks Delightfully,
r!, !: As a parting shot at his critics Congressman Green has a party I could never locate her, and all that, they couldn't afford but why should you and me
; never missed a roll call.-Gainesville Daily Sun. since there wall always "blonde"or to go to sea every day just for and a few other poor taxpayers: be I. Lewis Cigar Mfg.. Co., Newark N. /, Maker
i \ri"_ a "redhead" available I didn't .sweet charity. called on to do aU the starvin'-to- GAINESVILLE CANDY CO.. Gainesville Fla.

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