Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01083
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01083
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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n [ Loan Blanks Session EndedIn {Waldo For Federal Thanks Monies Green ; CommissionersFix Clothing ttegin Here Distribution Next Week To; -FEDERAL FUNDS WILL\ BE GIVEN ,ifkF?,l

lay Be Obtained 'Warm Fight: {Wants{ -Him Governor Beer Fees; Needy May-Apply Then TO STRAIGHTEN HIGHWAY NO. 13 :

Citizens[ of Waldo last week com Distribution of clothing, now 1
mended Congressman R. A. Green stored In Red Cross headquarters I '

Lawtey Office f Few Major BillsAdministration' for his assistance to Waldo In ob Routine will be begun next week, accord- Work "
t It t taining authorization of a loan by Meeting Ing to Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, !. May Begin In 60 Days If Bond Trustees \.

the Reconstruction Finance Corpo chairman. The office will be opento Secure Righta-of-Way, State Road De- ''': I
ration. He addressed the HouseIn white people on Thursday, and I
r 8. HUI Receives Information As Bill Debt Refunding connection with the subject and Many Apply For Pauper Allowance to colored on FrWay.Reglatratlon partment Engineer Says '
r Bank Security Defeated In Last
To Land hla Interest brought the following They Will Be books will be openon
i rement Hour .
Itequl telegram Irom Waldo citizens: Invettlgated these days so that those who f
t "Your --r- have not yet applied for clothing Between $75,000 and $80,000 of Federal funds will be b' R
I speech !In House Representatives '
? H. Hill J ,, Tuesday, re- The twenty-fourth biennial session 24th greatly appreciated The board-of county commission-I' may do so at this time. spent in Bradford County this summer to straighten out Road
r of the Florida
blanks be
of to
Yell a supply for loans from the sine die At Legislature 1:19: o'clock adjourned by ;our people. Wish every Floridian era met Monday and fixed the 13 between Starke and Santa Fe bridge', according to an an .t ;

I 1I 1 A In applying Columbia. Saturday could know how loyal you are county license fee for manufactur announcement made Monday by Leon D. Second
Land Bank of afternoon twenty-five Thrasher ,
rferal! to your district. Then they would ers, distributors, and vendors of Green Says Bill f
be obtained by hours and fifteen minutes after the '' '
blanks may probably want you for some higher malt and vinous beverages at fifty Division engineer with the State Road Department. ''
farmers at Mr. time set for the conclusion of the r.{
dford County office we would not care to relinquish per cent of the respective fees Construction of the new road which will shorten the dia- r
In Lawtey. The ,Land regular sixty day session. ,
'It'j office our rights. Unless for charged by the Stat-) To Aid Farmers t.
ok representative also has re-,| An eleventh hour deadlock devel Governor." H. P. Gainey of Brooker tance from Starke to the bridge one mile as well as eliminate '

t ,,ved!! Information regarding them oped over the administration sponsored before the board asking appeared for relief several dangerous curves and one railroad crossing will mean I,

which he will be glad to gluey debt refunding measure assistance for Mr. Romaine Berry Orowern Not to B* Limited 1 employment for a large number of Bradford County idle ', a'' '
interested person |Senate bill 179-which would have Wannee who la cared for in the home To Borrowing On Crop liar-
Hearing being since one of the conditions under which the Federal loans are ;
r. H. Daniel/ president of he placed taxing units having bond of W. A. Pardee. Motion made and vented In Any Period W
Dd Bank lapt week made the debt troubles under the rule of the carried that he.be furnished sufficient made is that local labor shall be employed [ ;

flowing' statement I.1 state board of administration. The disinfectant and that County Bond Trustees, at their r t +
t Set f for further Florida strawberry and truck ; '
'The security requirements for a bill was finally killed" by one vote June 13 consideration of: hla case be growers will not be limited to borrowing Waldo{ Cadet 'Wins Monday meeting, were unanimous i 1 '

eras Land Bank loan l have not Following is a brief summary o: ---.. laid over until the welfare relief for crops harvested within In adopting a resolution endorsing J ,

en changed by the passage of the ''measures of general interest pass To agency had made an Investigation any certain period of time If Con In Math ,Contest the new road l when Mr. Tharsher + i a, .p
nergency Farm Mortgage Act of :ed during the session[ : Appeal Abandon Five Miles Of of the case. gressman R. A. Greene' Interpretation appeared before that body and explained : b ',J Q',

33, signed by the President May Legalized 3.2 beer and wine. Line Will Be Heard In H. Raulerson appeared before the of a bill that passed the A Waldo the project by means' o[ Y v t '
Increased demand for Put the schools under the Tallahassee cadet George R. Bmlth, The unanimous vote tol- i i
The con board asking that his pauper allowance House of Representatives last who maps. { ; V
flninhed drat
ini has resulted from the factat trol of the state board of education of $250( per,month be Increased week. Is correct. If the bill becomes In a recent con- ; lowexl a statement by the engineer l; r ,
teat between
all loans made by the bank and give the board authority The Florida State Railroad Commission because of" the lack of a law it will carry great vard Went Point and Har that the old road through Hampton d d !,
to cut revise will hold a hearing June 13 was largely responsible for would not be abandoned but +. r y
rough such associations within operating costs budg funds on hand, the/ said request benefits to F'lorldlgrowerll., Mr. the
Q>years after May 12 will be ate ets and regulate curricula. on a petition of the Seaboard AirLine was denied. Green believes. Army win over the Crimson. would be maintained/ by the Sluts ) J i a
The contest was on differential '
reduced rate of 4H % interestthe Reduced salaries of state officers Railroad seeking abandon Miss Blanche Asbury, social re- The measure provides for organizations and Road pepnrtment. 0
five-year period commenc- an average of twenty per cent and ment of the westerly I five miles of lief worker worklng:*out of the within the Farm Credit Integral calculus and analytical The new road construction on 4

July 11,1933. During this same fees of county officers an average the Wannee branch of the railroad State office, appeared before the Administration to make loans for 19 and geometry 20.Cadet and wall held' May which will probably begin In sixty ;f ; ;

nod rates on outstanding loanse I of sixty per cent. extending! from Starke. The stretch board and outlined the work of the the production and marketing of Smith wall appointed,... to daya If bond trustees are success t i i ,
through associations also will Created a setup tor a state-wide that would be abandoned under the Emergency Employment Relief agricultural products. Under its West Point of ful in securing rlghG-of-way, will
aa the result competitive
reduced to 4V4\ %. I retorestatlon program. proposed plan extends from mile Committee, and promised at the request provisions, ten or more growerscan examinations which he leave the old highway about half a i' lit ,
'Interest has been further stim- Reduced licenses on cars to $9, post No. 730.8 to the end of the line of the board to Investigate form a co-operative borrowing took while mile south of the Brooker road '' ',
serving as a private In M
led by the fact that for the five $10, $15 and $20 but increased the at Wannee In Gilchrist County.A applicants for relief and pauper association and obtain loans for the Twenty-ninth' Fort will paaa one mile west of Hamp ,, S'' i r ,
srs commencing May 12 old and weights of trucks and trallors In letter from Lewis G. Thompson assistance. growing, harvesting, or marketing Bennlng Qa.Taxes ton, aQd will re-enter the old road] y ,
w borrowers may elect to pay spite of the Governor's promise to secretary to the railroad commission Rufus M. Crosby W. T. Crosby crops They will be able to bor. one mile north of Santa Fe bridge.- b
ily Interest and not pay the usual "run highway freight trains offjthe was received by The Tele : and C. S. Kelley appeared before row for planting or harvesting at It will cross only the 3. S.r., i tl r

i .ailments( on the principal pro- highways.[ ,*,' graph this week requesting that the board asking that the said any time of the year. Railroad tracks thereby eliminating i' a ,'.I'
Jed they are not delinquent lay Passed the Kanner till that enables publicity be given the matter In order I board employ a couijty farm agent .-- Paid Here two Seaboard crossings and + i'.7 {'r '

i of the other covenants of their counties to use their gasoline that interested parties might for the county. The- matter was Beck Loses Decision several bad curves entering and i ,

''r\iaie8\ such as the payment of tax>revenues to buy In their bonds have the opportunity of appearing laid over. until next meeting and Show Big Drop leaving Hampton. r '1'j

unit, taxes. Insuranceprcmi!- at'the'' market price. before the board. the clerk was instructed to secure In Gainesville Arena According to Mr. Thrasher thin r '

111 or Irrigation charges. Pay- Make kidnaping for ransom pun The hearing will be held In Tallahassee Information relating to the selection piece of road construction has been '" ; r

tit of Interest only on the part of ishable as in first degree murder, at 10 o'clock a.m., June 13 employment etc., of an agent. GAINESVILLEJimmy Griffin, approved by the State department 1'; "

growers, who obtained their loans leaving In the jury discretion to In the offices of the commission in Motion made and carried that Valdosta Ga., southpaw used his C'ollcctlona to Juno Are $11..177..11: for the past two years but lack of 9 te;:
!Instead the Federal building. Annie be stricken from Under Previous Your Figure '
"erd) years ago means consider- recommend life Imprisonment Yarbrough tricky left hand to full advantageIn funds held up the project. With '1

piy' smaller semi-annual payment of death In the electric chair the pauper roll. mauling out a hard earned decision t Hhow the recent Federalization of Road ', ; l o y
i the bank. For example, a bor- Consolidated the fish and game, Football Tactics Used Motion made and carried that over Tom "Kid" Beck of Law 13. the money for this stretch waa r ; ,,! 'r

iwer who obtained a $3,000 loan shell fish and state geographicalsurvey Synthla Opaz be stricken from the fey In the ten-round main bout before Property owners of Bradford appropriated aa well aa for UM I'' i a i a1.

1917 bearing 5% interest nor bureaus. To Halt Fleeing NegroSam pauper roll. a big crowd $t the City Club County paid a total of $20.612.24 completion of paving between f '' i+ /

ally would pay $90 each six Provided for conatltutlonal The board designated the Bankof arena Tuesday night of last week. In county taxes up to the time the Baldwin and Yulee. { i 1 Wrk

JntbJ. Of the last InstallmentJd amendment to be submitted at the Franklin, young colored Starke operating under conserv- Griffin shot over a hard left to books were closed May 21, accordIng When asked approximately what + }I,, 1,

$57.75 went to pay Interestthe general election in 1934, to exempt man doesn't believe in signs even atorship as county depository for the head In the first round that to Tax Collector C. A. Knight, percentage of the funds would be d

unpaid principal and $32.26 from all taxation homesteads to a when the sign Is a red traffic light the ensuing year.B. foretold a bad night for Beck, but as compared with $41,18955 collected spent for labor, Mr. Thrasher said 1 ,
value of $9.000.Submitted .. Y. Saxon appeared before the during the fiscal that some authorities have placed t'a '
applied to the reduction of his and the chief of police Is waitingon the Lawtey fighter staged a whirlwind i
to the people'a constitutional board asking for an adjustment on the labor estimate for road '+ ""
M. year.Although any 4
Thus should he pay only the the other side of it. two-tisted attack In the sec ,
West: (computed at 4H %, per amendment that, if Sam ran through a red light hla 1932 tax assessment upon Investigation ond that seemed to put a different this year's payments project aa high aa 90 per cent of "
,num) his next payment to the adopted will compel the 1939 LegIslature Wednesday morning and refused to the said request was face on the affair were $11,577.31 less than a year the appropriation. q+l y
k,1 lilt comes due after July. 11, to cut the number of judicial stop at the demand of Chief A. L. denied. Griffin fought coolly, however ago representing forty per cent of No Information aa to the type of i ,
M, will be only $51.25. instead circuits from 28 to 19. Alvarez. A merry chase followed J.. R. Outlaw of Lake City,. :Fla., fending off most of Beck blows the total assessment comparedwith construction to be used la building ; i

the usual $90. When he resumes Called state convention for re and when the negro man was final- submitted a contract.for the up until the fourth round, when he fifty per cent collected the the' road can be made until bldtt
of the 18th amendment. I keep of the typewriters and, adding preceding of the reduced have been received. i ,
yment on the principal he conIUM peal ly forced to pull up to the curb he shot over a terrific straight left year, part 1 G 6
"' Ratified the lame duck amend machines bwtaediand operated by collections are accounted for In the .
to Wat eht Beck's and
amortize told to staggeredthe
off 'hili unless
or'pay refused to get out eye ''j; i
w at the same rate ment. of the county. The board decided not Lawtey terror who Immediately lower assessment and reduced mill- '
as when belied do so by W. P. Smith, owner
to enter Into the said contract:: Jewel Thief 'y
such payments. Install- Provided moratorium on delinquent the truck. began swinging both hands wildly age of thla year.Taxpayera '

P'eta coming due after July 11, tax payments for as long as However with a little forceful Communication received from D. preventing an effective followup thla year were asked 4 r HN
M current taxes are C. Coleman and M. F. and L. Wig- to $72,734.60, while the total ':
20 pay
must include Interest at the years provided persuasion, Sam was carried to the by Griffin. From .that point
mlar paid and efforts are made to ad gins relative to operating the turpentine i county assessment a year ago was Escapes Farm
: mortgage rate and the yard of the county jail where he on a tract of land until the end the fight was a savage I
back levies.Authorized
ynent on the just slugging match with Beck 1
principaL/ broke and ran toward the Inman ,!
which there> now exists delinquent
The Florida cities to avail on I The books were closed June 1,
bank Is several times losing points through
receiving some ln- I Service Station. George Inman '
I des for loans hi areas where themselves of provisions of Wilcox on duty at the station remembered taxes. Board to decided that said ,: rough tactics'aDd.illegal punches, and the.tax collector la now preparing :, Mad ills Getaway Under Hood ', '' ft
had authority grant
n<' are no national farm loan aa"aUon : municipal bankruptcy act If that his football days at B. H. S. and they no while Griffin kept hi* head batter the delinquent tax list. Of Truck Driven' By kTruwtlea
measure is passed by Congress. I perml 810n. ing Beck with his left hand often When thla hoe been completed and ; t''
making '
new loans at this made a flying tackle throwing '
from the home 1
for Investigation of alleged Monthly reports the list published once, the books ,'
me Provided i
and It Is giving careful con- ; Sam and holding him until officersarrived enough to keep the blood flowing w ; ,
d watlon school book "racket." committee ; demonstration agent, county judge, and will be reopened and payments will
to from the Lawtey boy's eye
''ere such applications. for which was appointed by ; justice of the peace, eighth district, be received with advertising costs. Harry Sltamore society jewel ,i, t -
loans and the decision.
are made directly by I nose get thief who atole $250,000 worth or I
.e', Governor. 'and the jail Inspector were received The annual tax sale will be held ,
bank the rate of interest is' Griffin weighed in at 147 and gems from residents of the Miami ; '
and ordered filed ,
'half Included $25,000 In appropriations Two Negro Shoplifters after the publication Is complete.
of one cent Beck at 153:), winter '
per more than and colony escaped from the ,11
Current bills I
bill to finance by Governor I
survey '
Borrowers I The short and built
powerful '
secure their loans Arrested Wednesday' ordered State Prison Farm with two other
W"Sb" national farm loan assouons. to determine steps for more I The following made Vernon Rowe of Lawtey using. a Short-Chatige Artists convicts last Friday. Sltamore waa i
persona application
a Borrowers obtaining loans economical government. allowance I for pauper ..allowance: slugging two-flsted body attack Visit Lake Butler serving forty-year sentence. ,
"uy from the bank must agree 'Cut mileage and expense Two negro men who have evi oh slammed out a decision over' tall, According to residents IIvlDIr ,w r '
(Continued Page '4)i )
Purchase, stock,to tie extent of .for state employes. 'deafly been making a racket of I 1J .. ., lean 'and lanky Alex Monahan of I near the State Farm, the jewel '
e 1 I per Forbade nepotism in elate, arrested this i I(I the Lake Butler was Introduced to a
cent of the amount bor- shoplifting, were Jacksonville In elght-round thief and his companion were met 1
Mad In the bank Instead of the county and city office and ordered week by Deputy W. W. Balsden :Interlachen Man semi-final. Rowe had Monahan on new racket Tuesday of last week where the graded road from Law. !,

"elation. [that head of departments employ and were sentenced Wednesday : the-verge of a knockout In the second when some nice-looking ;young tey enters the State Farm road by '''

farmer who borrows directly I only bona fide residents of Florida. afternoon' to ninety day1 on round- but the tall Jaxon feminine ehort-changs artists stopped a large yellow sedan and w r.. # ,

m the bank may agree lnhl$ charges of petit larceny. Has Rich Invention draped himself over Rowe and In' this city and worked, or driven oft In the direction of Law- yk i ifey. y
0 TOge that when there are ten The men. Willie Smith sadJames saved himself until the bell. Mona tried to work psychology on some : ,,

more! borrowers who have ob- Board Members Simmons entered Rachel's han continued to absorb terrific of the local merchants. It has been reported that Slla- ''k ,

"ed direct loana frpm the bank Tuesday and one of them asked for Will Revolutionize. Car Reirlgera- punishment to the body throughout : The racket, was unsuccessful In more made his/ eacap by concealing ) ,

regatllg not less than $20.000 Hear Protests an article on one of the shelves. Industry of Country the tight but evened matter. up In I Lake Bugler: but succeeded In .the himself under the hood of. a a ; i "

d who reside In any'locality The clerk turned her back for a He nays several rounds with long heavy- store of A. L.. Drlggera In Providence large truck .driven by the two ,,r fi }

c6 may in the opinion the moment and when the men left the thudding blows and took the fourthround truatlea., 1
hlel? Loan Commissioner.. be eonaUy Boatdraln and There a Will Operate store a few minutes later she noticed Clifford Martin of InUrlachen,, when staggered, Rowe An article of small value waa Ooverll'or'Dave: 'holts baa aa. 1 a

elf covered by the charter of II Attendance that some lingerie had evidently Inventor and patentee of mechanical with a'' couple of lefts. bought and a $5 bill given In pay pounced that he may make an lnveatlgatlon e ''fir' ',

*rved by a naUon-J farm loaD Warrant gone with them. refrigeration for railroad re Both fighters tipped the scalea. ment. The other young racketeer separate from the rou. (
Clatlon. he will unite with Mrs. C. M. Imbach manager of frigerator car, who was In the city at 142. than .poke up saying tttat) she tine one, because "the circumstances '"

,, such borrowers to form an At meeting :Monday of the the store recognized: the men on recently waa In receipt of a, letter thought she had the right change, of the affair appear to, ,'+ i.. g

latlon After such an aaaocli Bradford County School Board the street Wednesday and notified from. car building company offerIng NO CITIZEN'S CAMPS! causing the clerk to return the $6 warrant a full Inquiry." r J4 i, Pi, t

tob Is formed the stock in the I elementary schools at Theressa and Mr. Balsden. After being taken him $300.000 ''for bla patent Young men In Bradford County bill. ; i
era! i confessedto rights. Several refrigerator car who had for enrollment In After her
Land Bank held by each of Boatdrain were granted permis into custody the negroes applied searching through ATTEMPTED RUBBERY ,
member whose inane are ta I sion to operate during the year if stealing the miming goods and lines have reported .favorably on the Citizens Military Training purrs It waa announced that aha A robbery of S., R. Johns store S
"I standing will be canceled at their attendance warrants. It had also admitted that they had made his invention; J4..tJ&artbi sa.Id..but Campo will be notified thla week did not have the change so the waa thwarted'last Friday night ,
r and 1 articles last no contract Dan .bten completed that the government has decided other a $2 bill in payment. ,
the borrower will receive previously been decided at the May !away with several! gave when the sound of cracking boarda I
equal amount of stock In the meeting of the board to do away i week. with them. :not to conduct the camps this sum The clerk supposing It to be the aroused members of the Johns farnly U, ; ,
I latlun When and if such bor- with these schools, transporting .- The general uae 'of Mr. Martin'a mer. Mobilization of civilians for $5 he had had but a moment before In their home nearby. Andrew, 4 ,

w er' be:ome members of assocl3 the Boatdraln pupils to Starke and CARS BUMP ON :28 i patent on refrigerator can woulddo reforestation camps has taxed the gave her change for $5. Toplin colored was found bidden P ; l ,

<&3 interest rate their the TheresA ones to Hampton.The A large sedan In which R. C. away entirely with Icing stations. capacity of the various camps, the So the two received a 12 cent under the store under sumo sheets

0du'. It
ceo oy one-half of one discontinued since this school Is to sentative from Putnam County, la the generation of electricityfrom to carry on the annual for a $2 bill and went on to jail. r '
Bt"P per was returning home from Tallahassee the wheel axle and electrical military training program. (heir way unmolested. Lake BuU '

err- 'who make operate.The school at Hampton was al last Friday collided with an refrigeration of the cara. He estimates ler Times AITOMOHILK; DAMAGKD '

Cme fly the bank will applications the lowed four teachers, with the probability automobile driven by Wesley that It would cost the lines OASOUNE CONSUMPTION An automobile,driven by Mrs.W.
meml I IQ1tlai fee to It that pay that another will be added Stearns a few miles southeast of $600.000.000 to equip all refrigerator Bradford County consumed 83,- FlOUT \T niCAII.\M B. Alexander of Hampton waa p

d Ps; If their' they If attendance warrants.It town on Road 28. The cars hit ears with his Invention The 823 gallons of gasoline during the According to Sheriff W. J. Ep damaged considerably Wednesday
r application came to of time and coat In month of April a decrease of more Roy Starling cut Jack when Immediately '
ugh a national farm loan agreed by the board that while Mr. Stearnea waa turning saving Icing I person a car of negroes stopped y'
cVe tlon, The as- was will be furnished C. head back towards town. It la understood perishables would be Incalculable, than 40,000 gallons under the I Padgett Saturday Nghtla a fight In front of it on Rood 13. v

ue** of the preliminary ap- A.tranapertation Blrt of Hampton for his children that repair bills resulting 'le aaya. amount used the preceding month. I of "unknown origin' at Graham. between Ctarke and Hampton The. i rs, a"

'PPlicant property wtahea 'to upon which the cost not to exceed $5 per from the smash-up were borne by. : Mr Martin received his patent Figures for March were 106,129 Starling has not yet been captured. negro driver gave no signal (orjtopptHg.lIr's. ;c,. + ,,

(Continued on Page place 8), month.. -, Mr. Dllddleton.w :on'February 21 of (his year. g"..llohe.TY by'police.kfttt. .'Alexander said.,, ; ; I;

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I I ... MlM Bhoda X.lcl... C..... HIM Thelnm bodcn.. Cor. If....
HIM V.r. Gainer c... Elizabeth Harnage, Oor. Miss I.ula M* Lewis. Cor. M. H. M. McRM Cur F. A. Rosin' Cor: .

",tte Mrs. H. Keene and family were Mr. and Mra. H. E. Thomas and Mrs. J. E. Norman waa calledto Grover Adams of Starke was Miss Thelma Rhoden and Mlsd Mr. and Mrs Honey
WllUlulu-Cl'OIIby-stoke! << ftikln|
the guests of Mrs. J. A. Harnageand I son and Mr. and Mrs. Cooper of the bedside of her son Ernest visiting!' his cousin Leonard Kln- Lois Moore left Saturday for Tal- Mrs. Sarah Ann <,
Mr. Zeanoua Williams, son of Mrs. family Sunday. Jacksonville were in our section who is ill at his home In Gaines chen.here last week. lahassee to take a short course Miss! Nancy McPherson iZ

Williams of Lake Butler and Miss last Sunday.L. Kenneth Powell of Miami has given by' the 4-H Club. They will McPherson ,t '
Misses Elizabeth and spent Sunday with
Harnage B
ville.Mr. K ,
i Bernice Crosby, granddaughter Gladys Keene were the guests of O. and Johnle Lewis were visiting and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and been visiting his grandparents Mr. return Saturday.Mr. and mother.Mr. ROSel
and Mm. Freeman Rhoden
.of Mr and Mrs. P A. Crosby; Mr. Miss Jeanette Carter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dyal son, Fred, motored to Jacksonville and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. and Mrs. Bill\
with his W C.
spent Sunday father
Elmer Stoke. lion of Mr. and Mrs. KIN Louise Sapp spent Monday Thursday and Friday of last week. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. 0., J. Phillips and Rhoden. of Starke, and Miss Strlngfello\
Bert Stokes, and Miss Cora Padg- night with her sister Mrs. P. D. O. W Dyal and son, Wesley. of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown and children of Lawtey and Mrs. High- Carter were Lonle Bel i
Mrs. Burton the visiting Mr
ette daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reddish.Mr. Graham were visiting. T. D. Dyal Mrs. M. J. McRae of Crosby Lake tower of Miami were visiting Miss Maggie was ScheUIe Rosier and Kr

James Padgette, were united\ In and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and little Sunday. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ida Hagen Sunday afternoon. guest of Mrs. J. C. Jones Sunday.< Mr. and Mrs.Sunday J. S. night
Miss Parmenter and Mrs.
', marriage Saturday evening at the children spent Sunday with their Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mott and McRae Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Thomas and Gladys Tuesday Sapp Hilt

home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby, daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Miss Theo Kelley were visiting at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward and children from Starke and Mrs. Olamae Davis of Jacksonville are Mrs. J. L.morning Rosier.with her mothe

N Rev. G. E. McGauley performingthe Mrs. R. Conner. Cedar Keys Sunday.Mr. children left last Sunday for Tampa Morgan of Ft. Pierce attended spending a few days with their
ceremonies. Simon Phillips of Lawtey spent and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and where they will spend a few church services here at the Chris- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Par- A. B. Rosier and children\ an

i t Y Immediately following the wedding Sunday with Russell Carter. children and Mra. I. Vf Dyal were days with Mrs. Aleene Phillman. tan Church Sunday night. menter. Mrs. Hester Sapp spent Sunda
't + dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- Fred made a business i Mrs. J. C. Jones and Mrs. F. J. with B. E. Rosier and mother.
: Mr. and Mrs. Crosby entertained Miss Edna Milliard of Tampa Haislop Miss Kathryn West of Hampton
Shaw lasi.;; Sunday. trip to Jacksonville Monday. week-end with Mrs. Ar- Pattee spent Tuesday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reddin
with an ice cream supper in was the guest of Miss Jeanette ry spent the
,b honor of the newlyweds. Many Carter Sunday. Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae and thur Milliken at her home on Silver the home of Miss Rosa Moore. were visiting her mother. fir ,

friends and relatives of the brides J. C. Sapp spent Saturday night here with Miss Lula Mae Lewis. children of Starke were visiting Lake. Miss Vicle Hodge, who spent two Jean Gasklns Sunday

t r and grooms enjoyed this delightful and Sunday with his cousin Frank Miss Thennle Mann spent Sun- their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. H. M. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Moon and weeks in Jacksonville with friends, Mrs. J. E. Rosier and daughte

} affair. Haislop. day afternoon with Miss Nonule McRae, Sunday. children and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. returned home yesterday. Mary were visiting Mrs. Lou

1 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mott and Misses Elizabeth Harnage and Groover. Little Miss Dorothy Norman of Zeigler and son, Tommte, of Jack- Lacy Parmenter spent several Harris at Ellarbee Sunday ails
last week in Jacksonville visIting
days -
Mr. and Mrs. Zenoua Williamsare Heilbronn the week-end here
Gladys Keene were visiting Misses spent sonville were visiting Mr. Zeigler'lIparents
motored to Cedar Owen
Miss Theo Kelley noon.Mrs.
', 1 Sunday. Alice and Eline Edwards Saturday visiting friends and relatives in with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler his brother, Parmenter. Chesser and children
Keys (
Jacksonville this week. Mrs. Lester .
afternoon. Sunday. Moon and children of Jacksonville Glen St. Mary spent Sunday he
Mrs. A.B.. Crosby and children Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browningof Miss Amy Groover is spending and Mrs. W. H. Andrews of Miss Clara Swindell was visitingher relatives here I with her sister, Mrs. H,. F Re,
; A pt and Mlaa Willie Mae Pierce of Raiford were visiting her par- part of this week at Yukon with Starke spent Sunday here with Mr. sister, Mrs. John Jordan, at were afternoon.visiing Sunday ding.

; "Jacksonville spent the week-end ents Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards her sister, Mrs. Lydia Crosby.A and Mrs. J. M. Hersey.Mr. Putnam Hall last week. ,
I+ here with Mrs. Crosby parents, Sunday. large crowd attended church and Mrs. N. D. Green and Miss Oulda Hall Mr. and Mrs. F.: Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Redding-Grirrift
Mr. and Mrs. 1. R. Gainey. i little daughter Ruth, and Mr. Waiter Mr. Charlie Redding and Mi
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and little and baptism at Rock church last Mr. and Mrs. Claude Green all of I Fender were business visitors at
Miss Theo Kelley spent the week Selma, made a business Sunday. Heilbronn, were visiting relatives Starke Monday. Sibley of Starke were visiting Mazie Grlffls of Pine Grove We
end here with relatives. trip to Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and here Friday.Mr. George Hill and sons Leo and Mrs. Sibley's parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. united in marriage May 19
- l A. Youngblood here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Redding are ,
1 Everette and Perry Gainey were Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw and little son, R. B., were attending to business and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordof Charles, were business visitors to IDLIng
Jake Bennett was a visitor to their home In the Pine Gro\
' t attending to business in Ocala daughter Geraldine were the in Lake Butler last Thursday. Heilbronn section spent the Starke Monday.T. .

Monday. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw and week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. D. Rickenbaker of Starke wasa Stprke Tuesday. settlement.

p S. M. Mott was attending to L. L. Conner, Thursday.Mrs. sons spent Sunday with Mr and Arthur Alvarez. business visitor to this section I''

dh, business in Jacksonville Friday. Felix Sapp was the guest Mrs. Tim Mann. W. D. McRae and daughter, Hester Saturday. ,! And the Worst is Yet to Come
Malcolm Lewis of Brooker was of Sarasota and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. L. H. Putch of of Kiss Elizabeth Harnage Thurs- John and Jessie Adkins of Jacksonville -
day afternoon.Mr. In our section Monday. Charlie Jackson of Manatee are were visiting relatives here ,
-N Lawtey attended the wedding here :;:. ..-
Rev. J. H. Kelley and James Williams visiting relatives here this week. I -
and Mrs. T. N. Norman were /
Ij a Saturday evening. Sunday.) e:::::::=::
the guests of her parents, Mr. and attended church at Crawford Miss Helen Norman of Heilbronn Mrs. Ruby Johns of Starke was '
Rev. G. E. and
V r McGauley daugh- Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday.GREENWOOD. Lake Saturday and Sunday.A. spent the week-end with Miss visiting her sister, Mrs. C. Sulli-
and Mr. and Mrs.
ter Connie Roy I'
Z. Padgette was visiting In Gladys Underbill ---
L Green called to the bedside of van =--
; F were r::=::
afternoon. Misses Keene and Eliza- -
Lake Butler Saturday Gladys Mr. and Mrs. John Jones have =
the former's mother in = r. -
4 Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and beth Harnage of Gum Branch were returned to their home in Miami, : --
Dr. W. E. Middleton of Starke .
t, son, Morris, and Mr and Mrs. J. C. visiting Misses Audrey and Vesta after visiting her brother, D. J. i'x --
was a visitor here Sunday.
1' 't i Eld. J. H. Kelley and son J. W., Ml, mm.....,... Prlncl. Cor. Cooper of Jacksonville were visiting McRae Wednesday.Miss Phillips, and family.Mr. '. _
fit in our section Sunday after Allie Harnage was visitingMrs. and Mrs. John Jordan of -. ::
and Jim Williams attended church
44 ; noon.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were J. W. McRae at Starke Mon- Putnam Hall spent Sunday after- =-
services at Crawford Lake Saturday Miss Ora Hall of High SpringsIs ---
a accompanied home by their son day. Mr. and
noon with her parents,
and Sunday.H. visiting here with her brother,
[ ; --
I Floyd, who has been spending Mrs. S. R.Swindell.W. _
Leslie McClellan.
P. Galney, Eugene Long and some time here with his grandparents business
T Wallace was a
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bowden of
W. W. Foxworth were attending to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.A. .
SAXTONMiss visitor to Starke Saturday. ,
Jacksonville were the guests of
business in Starke
Monday. T. Mann spent Saturday nightat
The many friends of Roscoe May
Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Pugh Saturday.
Jim of Starke the
yi Malpura spent LaCrosse with relatives. Viola Tyler, Cor. who was injured in an auto accident -
Mesdames Waldo and W. H. i
week-end here with his daughter, Mrs. G. W. Rivers and daughter, some time ago will be pleased'
Pingle were visiting friends near
Mrs. O. R. Waters.
Selma spent Sunday here with her
to learn he is Improving rapidly.
Lawtey Saturday.Mr. Mrs. W. R. Swanborn was visiting -
Miss Lucile Webb who has been father .1, H. Kelley.DOUBLE.
; L. C. Zeigler opened a grocery
and Mrs. C. L. Wilkerson and Mrs. H. D. Tyler Sunday aft
1 spending some time in Jacksonvillewith \ .
,,? } children Mrs. H. J. McPherson and ernoon. store here last Saturday.
friends and relatives, has re- Mrs A L. Sullivan visited her
Miss Nanoy McPherson of Maxville Mrs. Rosie Sumner was visitingMrs.
f t4 turned to her home here. mother Mrs. Jones, in Hampton
were visiting friends and relativesin RUN A. C. Sumner Sunday after-
ti Rev. O. E. McGauley, T B. Pin- this community Sunday afternoon noon. Sunday./ '3.: 5. -
M holster Misses Mildred Morgan MlB. Boot 0........ Cor. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon and Mrs. O. A. Thrower and daughter .

and Madeline Hazen took teacher's Among those shopping in Starke family were the dinner guests of ; Mrs. B L. Varnes and children ;

+1 examination Starke last week. Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. R. J. Andrews of Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. Bob Baton Sunday.The ; Mrs. L. J. Moon and children :' + 7

,; Harry Martin, who has been Pule Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Mrs. spent last week with Russell Judd. Church of God at Saxton is and J.. K. Thrower, all of Jacksonville -

,r spending some time here with his C. A. Pingle, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mrs. Dorothy Pattee was the starting a revival Sunday night. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ; e/

r q sister, Mrs. L. O. Hazen', has returned McClellan, Cedric: Finn, Misses Em- guest of Mrs. Amy Wilmot Sunday I Everybody is welcome to attend. J. J. Zeigler and family Friday.R. .

? to his home in Alabama. malyne Pringle and Evelyn Mosely. afternoon. i Mrs. A. C. Sumner la on the sick M. Pierce has returned to Savannah -i

tt Rev. L. A. Donnelly was the din- Mrs. O. L. Brown was visiting list this week. We wish her a Ga., after visiting at the

hk ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Feele Mra. W. A. Tyler of Saxton Sunday speedy recovery. home of J. J. Zeigler. -

Sunday. afternoon. Raymond Bryan of Double Run Miss Ethel Packham attended a
Renew Your Health Mrs. Hester Sapp and son, A. B. Mrs Mae Thornton has returnedto was visiting Miss Lola Starling 4-H Club picnic at Kingsley Lake

; Rosier, were visiting at Evergreen her home here after spending Sunday afternoon. Saturday.
r By Purification Sunday. quite a while at New River. Howard Moore left Sunday for a = -

-0-----r' A revival meeting will start at Pan-American Airways owns visit with relatives and friends in
lth! will\ tell
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the base plates, eye-beams, and GIRDING FOR BATTLE 'I State College, for, Women here t, Ung time. The progress of b-.r: a total of $6,744.84. also' retain t 'J'1.\i4.\"

other steel needed early in the construction I. JACKSONVILLE Wets and i granted degree; to 260 members of li'tice Is placing within your p.tymcnta at 10 cents per box on 1 s"! ,::3,

: will start at once. drys will formulate plans soon for i this year's graduating class at the gasp a higher material civilization member certificates totaling :,"
the campaign to declare Florida's i twenty-eighth annual commencement based on higher general standards.! 4532.20: according to an announcement ? y

IF LIVE STATE NEWSNews LETTER trltollItOOSl''I'LTCLEARWATER position regarding repeat of the exercises of the institutionheld If we are bereft of some luxuries' by J. W. Smith, association '' \ \

.- Mrs. Eliza eighteenth amendment Opponents I last week. Dr. Edward Con- we are growing In patience and manager. This total refund 1 I

beth Armstrong ninety-year-old of prohibition will gather In radl president of the college, pre- fugallty. on the season's operations amount \

of Florida in Short Paragraphs resident of this city, la the proud Ocala under the auspices of the sented diplomas to the graduates -- to $11,277.04 and Is only a part of ,, I

l'' possessor! of a letter from Presi woman's organization for national Immediately following the commencement REFUNDED $11.217 the benefits accruing to the members 'r ,

dent Franklin D. Roosevelt 1 In prohibition reform early in July. address by former Gov- BROOKSVILLE The Brooks I I of the Brooksvllle Association '\
A. Hardee of Live Oak. villa Citrus Growers' A of the Floilda.. Citrus ,
.....--4 | which the Chief Executive thankedher They hope to make Florida the ernor Cary socla.Uon,1 ExchangeS I
----- for three coat hangers which first state In the South to vote for "I would not regard the present packers of Florlkist brand, Seald- kfifWfto

SHOWS GAIN BABY GIRL ABANDONED she knitted especially for him. Mrs. : repeal. Drys have called a meeting with its common disorders as Inop- Sweet oranges grapefruit and tangerines -, Patience and moderation are .' h

B1LPISG -With building, BARTOW A baby girl, abandoned Armstrong recently returned froma In Orlando for the middle of this portune for life commencement," have just mailed to their necessary for the political, even q I ;' j

i4MI BEACH first half of May shortly after her birth, Is be motor trip to Columbia, Tenn. month to map out their campaignto the former Governor told members association members refund check I more than for the economic, prob- '

its for the the $200.000 mark, ing cared for In the county hospital with her son-in-law and daughter, keep the state in the dry fold. of the graduating class. "This Is aI for the season totaling 12 cent per lems.- Paul Palnleve, i .
'1 iJ
a dy above Mr. and Mrs. John R Jeffords. It I I
building for the here, having been placed in the C'
:' Beach's to total mbre than hospital on the order of Judge Wig was her first trip to her old home I ABSENT SINCE SUNDAY

promises the heaviest month since gins of the juvenile court. The tiny, In 23 years CLEARWATER-Continued ab- LOOK HERE1fRIENDSl

,000 waif, who weighs six pounds, was sence of Leo Albritton, 12yearoldLake ,
.J. found at 9:30: o'clock Friday nighton ST. PETERSBURG issue of Wales boy who disappeared'

w9R'ET TO FAST the porch of H. H. Solomon residence the Evening Independent, the mysteriously from his home last'

.Galen' Hl Gough, Ben in Eagle Lake She wan newspaper which Is given away on Sunday, is causing the boy's mother A

ficy disabled- war veteran, an- wrapped in a towel when found. any day the MUD falls to shine, has Mrs. Rose Albritton, great anx- '
> last week he had' been given away during the past iety, and appeals have been madeto s''
u'nced here 1
fast "until the govern CANAL OFFICE OPENSOCALAJ. two winter seasons, greatly disappointing the Tampa police departmentand i

urted a It owes a 801emnblgaUOn R Moorehead, United thousands of winter visi police and sheriffs of other '

at, remembers to the shattered men Stales junior engineer, in tors who had looked forward to re- Florida cities and towns to try to By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of tho 1 ;

came back from the war as charge of the surveying on the pro relvlng copies of the worldwideadvertised locate him. When last seen Leo Country Wo Brine You the Biggest Bargain of All Time . ; i
bD dally as a St. Peters .
wore a sleeveless white shirt and
corpses posed Florida cross-state canal, Subscriptions To 3 Famous Mapzrnesvith A New or Renewal '
Ing opened offices here last week. The burg souvenir. Only two Issues: blue overalls and carried with him

'STICE IN A HURRY survey party of twelve men has, have been distributed In two years, only a brown shirt and blue over- Order ffor This Newspaper. ,
once in April of 1932, and in Au alls. His mother says he had no .
Florida justice
Swift been working out of Dunellon, but
n }!1AMI gust, at times! when the great majority ALL4ONLY--- -
31 unem- money, so far as she knows.REVERE OWN
Sorted E. %V. Sturglll. will now be centered be of tourists are In the North. MAKE UP Y0 CLUB!
: -
electrician of Chicago, on r a tween Santos and Palatka. A survey i
yed) HAIL' !STORM! '
prison term six hours extending 33 miles out Into the- CHOOSE 1
,year charges RETURN AFTER CRUISE NEW SMYRNA Doing hun- :
he was arrested on Gulf has just been completed.
[met Attempting to extort $2,000 from MiAMI--A tropical tribe that dreds of dollars damage in the city 1 Magazine From Group "r. II 00. w :j '

business men. Arted LAKELAND: PLEASED traded fancy "spears' for old shirts and probably many times that to '
WD prominent and another whose children wore citrus and truck in 2 EYInsazlnes From Croup; "E"
at dawn, he pleaded guilty LAKELAND-Scores of property groves crops ,. 1 r
sentenced at noon.MIAMI owners In Lakeland are expected big pearls as trinkets were visitedIn this area the most severe hailstorm 1.And 1. Ii -- I .
Bd j was
to be benefited by the recent act of the Caribbean area by a scientific ever experienced here hit u':.. ....... ? -,_:,, :: 'WHY PAY 4 '
: (2wuilYear( )
I GRADUATES 40 the Legislature authorizing the expedition of the New York New Smyrna Thursday afternoonof

[ CORAL GABLES Diplomas City of Lakeland to sell at privateor botanical gardens, docked here aft last week. Stones as large as MORE? w' ; F"t

Ind certificates were awarded to 49 public sale real and personal er a seven months cruise. The un walnuts, driven by a twisting north '

Imduates of the University of property for taxes and to accept usual spears collected aboard the wind, completely covered the Cn"i4t t .SYif i1J'' aY Your Choice of Two .f !
Your Choice of One Any
lliaml at commencement exercises'! bonds in payment. The city already schooner White" Cloud were obtained ground after the storm passed. Any .

leH Monday night. Dr. Guy B.oavely has the right to accept bonds from the San Bias Indians. "We Windows were smashed, trees were Magazine in This Group M Magazines In This Group a

president of Birmingham in adjustments of paying assess traded our old shirts for them" stripped of leaves, branches brokenoff GROUP A GROUP D i 'hQ -

of Birmingham, meats explained Captain William H. young fruit knocked off and Iltl Q Better Home V P '
College y r
outhern McCall' ln ... ..,,t Yr.
-commencement y Smith, who skippered the expedi tender plants driven into the Garden yr '
mil. delivered tion. Q W oman'* Horn Corap.-.1 Yr. n Woman'. Wortd 1 pe !tt .P
Jjdros., A reception for the grad CHECKS MAILED OUT ground .I ,
O: WctorUl Review' -1 Yr : Hou.ehold Magattn* '

"alca followed the exercises. TALLAHASSEE-Approximate MAYOR TROUBLE SCHOOL TEACHER- ROBBED D: Screen Play ,,,;...........-.L. 1 Yr. 8 Needlecraft 1 e 0' :
ly $16,000 In checks had either D: Hollywood Movie Mg..I Yr. 0 Good Stories 1 yr y' 1 ry
GOVERNOR IS HOST been delivered Saturday or were in TAMPA--A movement to recall PALATKA Choked by a burly a 0 Country Home 2 yn 1
O: Open (801.1 1 Yr
I TALLAHASSEE--A lawn "beer the malls for Florida families with Mayor Chancey on the groundsthat negro, on May 27, who roused her tI: SuccenfulP.rming 1yr > ,
after- as mayor for the past eighteen her slumbers after enteringher D: P thflniJ r..(Wkl y.) 2:_t Yr, AV G..... DORIES, Progrenive Furmrr J.
:rty was given Saturday relatives attached to the civilian from _' __ ._ __< .,, yriLJ f4
non by Governor and Mrs. Sholtzi conservation camps. The checks months he has proved himself "in home Americas, Ga., and dI!!! YIHf" Aofn g"t1p Tree ?5,, Southern Choice Agriculcurbl On 1 yrMgon 9s t' y ;fi'?J, t, s r
i honor of newspaper men who represent the first full amount sent competent and a failure" was snatched her purse as he left, Miss ,""S.f r1 e "Aatatlni' the launched at a meeting of the Tampa Jones, teacher in the local '
ave been covering Legislature. out since the camps were organizedmore THREE IN ALL d* THREE IN ALL ;
leer made In Florida by the Jax than a month ago. The total Voters' League at Carpenters'Hall high school, was recovering -

irewlng Company was served with amount ranged in the neighbor Highland and Francis Avenue from the shock of the experience,

rttzets mado in Sandford. Sandiches hood of $300,000. Officers and directors of I according to letters received by 1
o ER I1
were served.EXTORTIONIST the twelve district clubs of the friends here. Her'' pocketbook, THIS; yFF Oentlemlft-

league reported that sentiment $300 in notes from the
NEW HOSPITALSARASOTA I containing 1 enclose *...., ., MMM t nd 'I the three maiulaN
is "from 80 to -T
SENTENCED -Dr. Fred H. Albee,, throughout the city I Putnam board of public instruction "

MIAMI- .E. W. Struglll. wno noted bone surgeon of New York 90 per cent" in favor of recalling I was recovered in an adjacent There are no strings attached to this chtcktd with s :7.>r'* ubtcfiptlorl tour: nlWtlpapa. # a

reatened death or mutilation too and Venice, has announced the establishment Chancey. house, the following night, when it offer I Every magazine t subscription: f 's

prominent Mlamlans unless of a general hospitalto I was thought that the Intruder was Nam.""., ----..--- ii
ey gave him $1,700 so he could be located at Venice. Work already TWO BODIES FOUND frightened away by occupants before will be filled exactly. represented. kIt h

>u his wife and ten-months 'old has been started convertingthe I MIAMI BEACH--The bodies"of,, he had a chance to obtain any any of your subscription: are reItrHt or Rr.D._ ...... .. -. a ti
by In Chicago, wag sentenced to Parkview. Hotel, boom time resort two middle-aged white women : loot.
n wals the time will be properly ex
cord :
ve years in the state penitentiary structure, into the main hospi- lashed together with a frayed I .. 1'li,
edately after he was trapped tal unit, which will involve an Investment were found In Dumfounding Bay, GRADUATES HEAR HARDER!: I tended. Town and StatI .... },

J'authorities. of about $750,000, Dr about eight miles north of here last \ TALLAHASSEE The South's

Albee said. week, by the crew of a dredge boat. largest woman's college Florida
DOIIERTY BUYS crushed, apparently .
The skulls were 1, l
I MIAMI BEACH-Henry L. Doh- FIRST CAR OF CORN by some blow. Authorities, I Bisr 4,14I ,

fty of Kansas City has bought the ALACHUAThe first car of, however, said they could not determine ,

oe; Plaza Hotel, fashionable sweet corn left here Saturday for if the women were murdered, ; ljcb

:ean front resort, from N. B. T. New York City, according to T. J. or had tied themselves together I 'i

oney, for a price the latter re- Terry of the Terry-Williams Com- and jumped into the water, to commit -
>Irted as approximately 1000000. suicide by drowning. The d;
Indications are
pany, shippers. gjy.
liberty owned the Miami advanced stated df /JrdjJUU.tcrn.tc"
already that the crop will be comparativelyshort bodies were In an ? '
iltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, the
this season. The acreage Is decomposition. .. .
iltmore Country Club, and the normal and -
said to be a little below
oy Largo Anglers Club In Key the yield will be considerably below COLLEGE IN HOTEL .

rgo, south of here. the average. Marketing conditions TAMPA The University of

mon HEAKS-: CARLTON are said to be fair, with favorable Tampa's request that the city lease -_ ... .. }
at "
I GAINESVILLE_Before an over- Indications for the future the Tampa Bay Hotel building a >..', May 29. 1933 "' .
for .
nominal one-dollar-a-year : ,;
low :\if
audience of probably 2,500 ;{ ,
lit largest graduating'class in the NEW POSTOFFiCESARASOTAWith ten years, as a home for Tampa'srapidly } r.., 1
Institution of higher ,'
the arrivalIn growing "
tory l of the University of Flor-
'' A. Tlntarl, learning, is to be studied from THE MOTOR CAR ,
p,, numbering 288, received de- the city of Joseph of WOMEN'S CONTRIBUTION TO
ree i Monday morning from Presi- Chicago, contractor for the new every angle by the board repre-

s'ntJohn J. Tigert and heard forger $133,000 postofflce here, Horace B. sentatives. At the same Students'meeting about what ,.

Governor Doyle E. Carlton ineloquent Rose, construction engineer for the will be considered the care to hear very much .
that Art Clubs request that it be named There la some doubt that people
stated \
i department .
plea for "trained InIlIgeace. treasury I and ... r '
.' The former Chief Ex- work would proceed Immediately. custodian of the art treasures on under the hoods of their cars. they ,
floor accidental;
the ground .goes
said that shop plans for steel antiques and that are not
ptlve insisted that "this Is not an Rose be that "driving qualities"
|"ur of despair, but a day of hope, to: be used In the building had been of the south wing of the The driver knows or evolves those resultsmay .
i era of golden rays." approved and that fabrication of set aside as a museum. are put there How the manufacturer results he gets in '
entirely by
I not interest him. He judges ***

SCHOOL DAYS -- By DWIG! I driving talk 'Results. ', i

let us
"shop" ;
it is not essential to ,
Well that the engine
will find ;
Drive the Ford V-8 and you f
Smoothness extra precise
design and the
smoothness due to
runs with surpassing L

methods of its manufacture. drive- ;
could say 80)) at the ,
I Power. There it is 75 horsepower around the mettle t M ? )
weight to pull
With less p
H I shaft for the driver's use remarkable. i
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w of this car-- -its life-like response of gasoline than r )r( ,
L on a
Y. (e"-.\" wIJll Economy. Our V-B develops more power driving but

'wJ.l .TeveR.., T", +tert ..D r N r made/ Mileage .is partly a matter of individual i,

'1qJ ssT 'Tb 1>0, OllCSl\1 'rC Y.1T any oar we have 17 to 20 miles a gallon ia'
MOON 'tu the Ford V-8 does i
wHy I'LPO ""fIfUU. conditions
I under average V-8 has that (
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woman's concern.
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____ .. .. --- __ y- -,--- -
"- -- ------ ---- --- -- -- ---- ---
;l. Warrant during month Warrant during ---
of the program were "A Day In the COMMISSIONERS! FIX BEER UM.ln.nc.August 1---------: : I Balance. July

Life of a Rural Deaconess" and I FEES; ROUTINE MEEING i>Iet. NO. a 11)I u I
t. %
LA JVTEY Overdraft July 1_____________1508.13 Balance June I
"The Rural Church. .. _______
I H c li tn during month (9.60 Receipt dui inir i ,
Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. L. O. J. Phillips Cor. (Continued from page 1.) Warrant during month____ .a..* Wafrantx during -

rt 3ocictyjj S. Hutto were hostesses to Circle Isabella Lang, Mrs. Maggie Strick-I Overdraft AuKUHt 1__________1458.63 Overdraft July i ".,

No. 1, at the home oi Mrs. An- land, Mary Thlllman Mrs. DIet. No. T '""I. V'' ,
Filling Station Mold I Balance July 1__ .u__ uu_ 619.16 Balance June i
drews. Baskets of large zinnias: leased the I Feeler; Carl McKinney, Henry KvvelptD during month_____ 8.00 Receipts during m ",

> 1 .. '" and other summer flowers bright Texas Carl filling Carter station Monday operated, by Tomlinson, Mrs. Pink Thornton. Warantn Balance. August during: 1 month_--___::_..::: 6(7.88 Balance WarrantM July during 1 t?, t\'
ened the where the I Romaine J. C. Padgette and ,
living room ), Mr. Ulel. NO. a h
Legion Auxiliary H. S. Long, J. H. Lord. C. A. I meeting was held. The circle leader R. A. Griffis on Railroad Avenue C. S. Johns. Overdraft, July 1_____________ 811.82Hece.ptu Balance Jur.e Dist.n 1 : i
first ____
and states he will conduct a : during month 10.00Warrants
Knight F. O. Peterson. R. J. Davis, Mr J. W. Andrews, presidedover Motion duly made and carried during' month Receipts during mom' C'
The American Legion Auxiliary W. N. Johnson, C. L. Clarke T. A. the meeting, and the devotional Class filling station and auto accessory that these names be furnished the i ;Overdraft. AfguRt 1----:::::: 891.32 Balance Warrant*July during 1 won J_

will hold Its regular meeting Tues Mersereau and Charles Powell. led Mrs. A. shop,,opcnaH,the time. j Relief officials for ,an' Dint. N. 10 UI"l .. I.Balanee
service was by Emergency Overdraft July 1_____________ 50.81 \o. .1.
day afternoon, June 13, 4 o'clock, W Anderson. Taking part on Oe investigation, and to determine Receipt during month_______ 40.40 June 1 .
Picnic' Shooting Affray ..___ Receipts during ,
at the home. All members Warrant during month. mnntli
Legion U. D. C.
r F program were Mrs. A. Wood, Miss whether or not the auld .officials Overdraft August .O.U Warrant during nionti, !'
Leton Johns was ----
.,7 are asked to be present. Kate Struth, Mrs. J. F. Colley and Saturday eight afford them assistance, Dist. rJj Overdraft July I. :ii:
At Kingsley Lake can any
A'' shot from ambush while walking Overdraft July 1._ _________ ST8.08 Dlst.
l Mrs. Andrews. Circle No 1 has issued along the'highway near the north- and, If not, it is requested that the Receipt during month-- _______ 9.30 Bal."ce,J"ne i__ Xo. r
Auxiliary To Meet The W. T. Weeks Chapter, United invitations to a measuring | condition of each one be reportedto Warrant during month____- Hecelpt during; month I
I Daughters of the Confederacy, ern city ltmltsand'was struck by Overdraft AuBUBt 1__________ 8(1.71 Warrants during; month
be afternoon
to given Friday the board.
The Ladles Auxiliary of the party five buckshot in the side and seriously i>i.t NO. 12 Balance July 1.D1.t..
will meet at held their annual picnic Wednes- June 9th, 4 o'clock, at the home of There being no further businessthe Overdraft July 1_____________ 4J0.82 .1''
Presbyterian Church wounded. He was placed In No S
day at KIngsley Lake at the large J. Griffin. The to Receipt during month--------27 Overdraft June __ :
Mrs. T. proceeds board adjourned to meet first 1
S. E.
home of Mrs. month
Warrant during
the country I the hospital Sunday at City Receipt I
new cottage belonging to Mr.! and ___ ____ during; month
afternoonat be used for the local work. At the Monday in July.CANOVAS Overdraft Auguat 1__ _4.0.65 Warrant during I IOv.rdraft
Brownie next Tuesday where physicians state ha will recover : mono
Mrs. W E. Torode. I>l t. No. IB 1Dist.
close of the afternoon the hostesses July
3:30: o'clock. All members are Overdraft July 1__________ 652.28 1. I t.
At 1 o'clock a bountiful> spreadof served tight refreshments. ON NETWORKThe Receipt during month_______ U.40Warra.nt. :>o. 10
I urged to be present delicious food was served ,on a Mrs. J. W. White, Misses Olive Canovas, Anna, Julia Leo during month._ .____ Balance Receipts June during 1. __ 2'
Locals Overdraft August 1___ _____ 692.88 ; month
Circle long table under the trees. and Amelia Ray were joint hostesses and Pete, former residents of IH.t. No 16 ;Warrant during; month). .f,
Woodmen Welfare workers furnished by Overdraft July 1.--_______ 404.87 Overdraft July 1 ....
Circle No.2 at Mrs.
In the afternoon the president, to the R. F. C. are this week engagedIn Starke, were featured In a fifteen Ttecelut during month_,..-___ 89.67 June/1t' :No. 11
:Meeting Mrs J. M.\ Brownlee,' called the White's home. Roses, zinnias, day furnished by the minute broadcast over a national Warrant during month____ Balance I
sewing clothing ._________ Receipt during
Overdraft AiiKimt 1 831.40 month
lilies and a basket of huge dahliasof
meeting to order and business of network Monday night of last Warrant 1
} The Starke Grove of Woodmen local chairman of the AmericanRed : Mint. No. 17 during: munth:
various colors were used to decorate ____________ Overdraft July 1. .. 4''
Circle will meet next Tuesday the chapter was transacted. The Cross; O. J. Phillips.' Work week. They will be on the WEAF Overdaft July 1 272.81 i'
__ uit.
: M night at the Masonic Hall at 8 following nominating committeewas the rooms where the guests will continue under the supervisionof network each Monday and Satur- Receipt Warrant.during during month month______ 2.20 i, Balance June 1__ NO. rj:

o'clock. All members urged to be appointed: Mrs L. A. Davis were seated. Mrs. L. D. Vining, Miss Enza Blanchard until all day night, on Saturday at 8:15: Overdraft August 1___ 270.01 Receipts during month

''ru. o ,r present.Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrsj. A. Z. circle leader, conducted the business cloth is made up ready to wear for o'clock. Their act is also playingthe Overdraft. July 1)1.6.! 1__No.____8------_______1984.09 i Overdraft Warrant during July I: month__ 'i,

'" i ', Hutto, financial secretary Adklns. Delegates elected to the session; the worship service the needy of the community. Paramount theatre in New Receipt during month______. 89.83 l>l..t. :%u. 1.1

Is asking that all members try and State convention: Mrs. L. A. Da. I was led by Miss Amelia Ray, and Mr. and Mrs. R B. Wells and York this week.METHODIST. Overdraft Warrants: during August: month.1____::._.__._.1894.28Interest Overdraft Receipt during June: 1 monil I.

t l pay their dues to her not later than vis and Mrs. L. O. Powell; alter I taking part on the program were children, who have been spendingsome and Milking Fund Warrant drlngr mon," g
nates: Mrs. George B. Flynn and Mrs. W. O. Halle and Miss Olive CHURCH flat No. a Overdraft July 1. .. ti
the 28th of this month so she can time in Brunswick, Ga., returned DI"t.
t the social the : Balance July 1____ _._______4271.28 No. 10
Ray. During period
send In her reports before leaving Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. As June 2 Is home Sunday.R. Preaching at the morning .hour, Receipt during month n ______ 143.16 Overdraft June 1
1. the anniversary of Jefferson Davis' hostesses served a sweet course. 11 o'clock Warrant.* during month_____ Receipt during mnntl
on a two weeks vacation, July P. Jones and G. F. Young by pastor.Laymen's Warrant during niontl
Circle No. 1 will meet the first Balance August 1 __ 4414.41 4
Mrs. L. F. read --- -- _.
birthday, Chapman Overdraft July 1
at the
were business visitors to Jacksonville Program .eve- Dlst. No. 8 4
i Senator Daniels' "Tribute to Jefferson Monday in July with Mrs J. F. Col- Monday.B. ning hour 8:00: o'clock. Ralance July 1_______________8087.24 Dlt. No. 11
,Misses Snyder Hostesses ley and Mrs. A. W. Anderson; Circle Receipts during month_______ 132.44 i Overdraft June i__
and Mrs. L. G. Pow
I Davis C. Wainwright, who has been Sunday School, 10 a.m. Warrant. during month______ Receipts during month j
!: At Dinner Party ell read "Great Accomplishments No. 2 will meet with Mrs. H. V, attending tbe University of Floridaat Young People's service, 7 p.m. Balance August 1_________::_ .0099.88l Overdraft Warrant, July during 1__mon_ $-
Knight and Mrs. W.. A. Bessent, at >lst. :No. 18 'I fUlt
Misses Louise and Fenella Sny in the Life of Jefferson Davis. Gainesville, Is spending his vacation -i Will parents please encourage at- Balance July 1_______________1477.68 No. IN
i ; After a swim In the lake. Ice the home of the former. at his home here.L. tendance and give hearty support. Receipt during I month..-____ ftS.'JO I Overdraft. June 1.. 4
der entertained number of their Receipt during month
a _
i Warrant during month >
cream and cake were served to the H. HUI -Jr. who attended the Sunday School teachers and Warrant* during mont)
3 friends Tuesday evening at their DOWLJNG BOY HURT parents Balance August 1.___________1646.85 overdraft July 15
the company. University' of Georgia at Athens, should require and encourage I hereby certify that the foregoing 1 It
home on Cherry Street. During Friends of Mr.' 'and Mrs. E. J. Interest nnil
i Enjoying this day at the lake Ga., Is spending his vacation at the attendance worship servicesat statement, showing balance at the : Food
upon ..
>; evening a several course chicken Dowling and children who are for beginning and at the ending of the DIet :>i :a
), N, dinner was served to their guests, were: Miss Madge Mlddleton Mrs. mer residents of Starke, will be home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. least once each Sunday. Try month herein above stated and of Balance June 1. ____ .41'
y 4 L. Q.,Powell, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, H. HIll the receipts and warrant famed Receipt during month I
i who were: Interested in the following clipping this.Welcome during nnid month, correspond with Warrant duringmonth
Mrs.. J. E. Wilson Miss Amelia ____ ._
Miss Autburlne Blanchard was to all our services. Balance July Xnum. 42'
LY Miss Myrtle Strickland, Miss the record of my office, and is true
taken from Ft.
the Meade Leader .
Ray, Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. H. B. shopping In-Jackaonvllle Monday. W. F.'Jones, pastor. and correct to the beet of my knowledge -, NO. H nod t3:
Balance _____
June 1
'Beatrice: Johns, Sidney Causey, June 1: and belief. also that 88
McLendon, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. Mayor A. A. Griffis has declareda all certify Receipt during: month II
Duke Ernest Prevatt and the following ta lint of ail County
one local
Freddy of
"Billy DowIIng. the, Warrant
B. COUNTY SU 'Rn1NTI0NDENT'S during; month
Emma Canova Mrs. George r
Depositor, showing I the balance in
traffic law violators here
t Fred Harris of Gainesville.Woman's a on MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATRCOUNTY Balance July 1____.__
; Boy Scouts, was painfully injured each at the close of of the month u'
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Mrs. ,
and has Instructed :Marshal Rowe Jtlll\I'l' SCHOOL'FVNDSBradford herein first stated and the amountof Dlt. No. 18
A. Davis, Mrs. .O. L. Haynes, Miss Thursday afternoon, when the car to. brings i bef are, him, all parties County for the month of security furnished by each such Balance June 1_month I1.Iteceipts .,
D} Club To Meet Etta Tison, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. that he was riding In with two July 1. 1938, Depository, and th* amount of intereat i Warrant during
guilty of cutting corners, parkingon during: month
General Fund
School paid or credited during said
I' ; The Woman's Club of Starke will O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E..S. Matthews, other boys crashed into a fire plug wrong side of street and other Balance July 1______.________2984.13 month by each Raid .. on :I Balance July 1__.. Hi
hold Its meeting next Wednesday Mrs. Effle Miner, Mrs. Annie M. upon turning a corner,. His head violations. Receipts during month.-___1628.91 account of current dally balances or I hereby certify that (hi forcgilHtatement.
regular I
Warant during month._____2179.11 time dttfoslt showiptc balances I I
hit the windshield with such force
k : I afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at Richard, Mrs. W. E. Torode, Miss J. S. Phillips of Miami Is spend- Balance August !____________2334.93 Witness my hand this 30th day of beginning and at the vmllng of |
..it the club house. Mary Lucile Torode, Mrs. W. G. that it was broken out. He was ing his vacation here visiting rela- 8pe-lnl Tux Mrfcool UIMrlrt Fund July, 1932. month herein above stated, end.
; badly cut and bruised about face Incluill-K Ilonded UUtrlct A. J. ORIFFI3,, the receipt. and warrants 1m
yt rt After the regular business sessions Halle, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Mrs. tives and friends.. Dlel.0.. 1 County Superintendent. during: said month corn, 'pnndi ,
ftI Interesting George W. Roberts, Mrs. W E.Mlddleton and head, the most serious cut wasa Balance July I_____._________ 485.23 the records of my office., and let\
a very programhas deep gash in his cheek'that sev- Receipts during month.____.. 10.29 COI'MTY 1iIt.'pF-nl"TENDENT" and correct to the best of my kn>i
I been ararnged for the afternoon ,, Mrs. Morgan Darby, JO-ANKA: OLDIIAM Warrant. during< month...'_-__ MONTHLY' FINANCIAL' STATE-' edge and belief. I also >ertlfy '
by the legislative committee Mrs. Phil F. Maguire of Orlando, ered a facial artery. Several Balance August 1____________ .445.52 1I11<:i'II'l'' COUNTY SCHOOL FUNDS the following Is. a list ,f all Con,''
}. 7 chairman, Mrs. D. E. Knight. At Mrs. J. W. Andrews, and Mrs. L. F. stitches were taken to close the Oldham Funeral services for Jo-Anna Overdraft July 1)1.1.1__No._____9______ ..877.28ii June Bradford, 1932. County, for the month of I' In Depositories each at the showing close" of the the bah n,
,Y .the conclusion of the meeting the Chapman of the State Farm. wound. He was taken to the Bar- three-year-old daughterof Recelpta during month..____.. 21.10 General School Fends herein first stated and the am,
1i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oldham ii _.__ ,
tow General Hospital where X-ray Warrants during< month. 6.00 of security furnished by each
,hostesses will refreshments _______ Overdraft June 15597.40Receipt. ,
serve former residents of''' Graham Overdraft Auirunt 1. 888.18 Depository, and the amount of It!
pictures were made of his face and now during month .__ .16083.40
on the club house lawn. W. M. S. Circle MeetingsCircles i i.t. NO. a x.3800.87Balance est paid or credited during' i
? head, but showed no fractures. He living in Jacksonville, were held Balance July 1._...2901.1 Warrant during month. n month by each said Dupoxlton
for the afternoon July 1 2! 4.13tiperlal
.Hostesses are Receipts during month._____ 223.00 account of current dally ''mlancti
i of the Women's Mission with Rev. D. A.
dills is comfortable be Monday morning Ta. School nintrlvt Feedsincluding
resting as as can
::1 Mrs.,E. K. Mrs. W. F. Warrant.. during< month. _____ 26.00 time deponlt
Perryman ary Society of the Methodist expected at the home of his par Lyons, pastor of St. Paul's Church, Balance Aucuxt 1..---_ ______._8098.1 Bonded IMxtrlet ,Witness my hand till Oth da
Jones, Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, Mrs. Ul-t.' No. 4 Diet. No. 1 June MM.
e Church met Monday afternoon and ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, conducting the services. Interment __ __ __ '
R. J. Davis, Mrs. Edward Burns, Balance July 1 _______ ._ ?_ 79.22 Balance June 1 651.65 A J. ORIpIS,
a held the regular June meeting of on Fourth Street. took place In Oaklawn Memorial Receipt during month_..-__ 2.70 Receipts during month.:.____ 13.681 I County Superlntenil'J: '
% It :Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,. and this organization.The Park Cemetery

:Mrs. E. L. Biggs. theme for the worship servo LEGION TO MEET. -. .

w, ice was "God of the Open Air," and Legion meeting Tuesday eveningat BETTY GENE SAPP

z// -Eastern .Star Gives the Bible reading was verses Of I 8 o'clock. 'Alr""" *-'eervlce men 'Funeral;'sVrvIces for little Betty

; Surprise Showers praise from the Psalms. The topics urg -to attend. Gene Sapp, 15-months-old daughter :

of'Mr. and Mrs. Ethna Sapp of ;
t -I y The Starke Chapter of Order of r.
New River, were held at Sapp cemetery
Eastern Star held their regular tip TWcei:3
on Wednesday of last week.
p' e meeting at the Masonic Hall Mon f FAVORITERECIPES Rev. Sam J. White of Lake Butler

1 day night', which was beautifully conducted the services.
decorated'wlth quantities of bright

summer flowers. SrrrVERELIEF I II
( After the regular business meet j IP

ing a social hour was enjoyed at | FROM .

1 'which time Mrs. Dolly McRae STARKE FLA. FRIDAY and SATURDAY JUNE and 10
rz 9
y 03rown a recent bride, and Mrs. C. PILESAgonlalul ,

1 ,A, Futch grand Instructor of District ,Ii

f I No.8. was honored. Mrs. --- COUNTY t rectal pain hanged, '

William Bobrow and Mrs. C. to soothing comfort-almost instantly SUGAR MILK BUTTER
That I. th. relief ALL
s Nasworthy, In their charming H'I HOUSEWIVES plies sufferers obtain from 'MEMO-, i

; ner the,'chapter presented members to Mrs,Brown a large, from assortment FREE. W* support this statement 45c Tall Can. Sc
with a money-back guarantee. lO lbs. 6c: Pound 2
:' of miscellaneous gifts, Favorite Pickling Recipes If you are tortur.d by pile. ,.0.1'| . '. .
t and Mrs. Futch was showered with have probably triad many co-called
b beautiful handkerchiefs. .' cure.. Do net judge 'HEMO-FREE
d a quantity of x i

A c Refreshments. of sandwiches and 1)II1 rirklen % same liquor, pour off and add mustard |i i.by positive past disappointment, almost miraculous its action, in FLOUR GRITS or MEAL CHEESE lb. 17t
a .
Take medium size cucumbersand dressing, cook a few minutes, Ie.... of Itching, bleeding, external:. ,
4I '''Iced tea were served by the hostesses wash and In while hot, internal .
thoroughly place sealing protruding pll. i
t1 for the evening. crock. For mustard ( R..mbard.ow joyous lifo was'before 24 Ibs 65c 10 Ibs 19c
*4 -. ... quart jars or a large dressing use: violent pain stabbed s s s Macaroni, 3 for tOe
Add four ounces of salt to each 1 quart of vinegar, 4 tablespoons yon
I Mrs. Martinez Given gallon of water and pour this brine of flour (more If necessary), 1 cup Into dull miMI')". Regain that

; Farewell Party over the..cucumbers and add the of sugar (use more If desired priceless and happiness by sending for
using HEMO-FREE. If
Iiti i Honoring Mrs. Nellie Martinez, Dill 'and cover with grape leaves, sweeter), 3 tablespoons of powdered with pay postman upon delivery.you LARD Atlantic Matches TOMATOES
mustard one-half
then seal tablespoon of Send the coupon today NOW I.
who has returned to her home in Miss Rosa Balsdeo. tumeric: and 1 tablespon of celery the best time.

Tampa after a visit here with her Starke, Fla, seed. HEMO LABORATORIES 4 Ibs 30c 2 pkgs. 15c 4 cans 25c|

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Red -. Mrs. H. B McLendon 4520 West Pico Blvd. . S . .

t : grave, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and Sweet Cucumber Pickle Starke, Fla. Los Angal.s, Calif.
Mrs.: W. H. Hart were joint hostesses Enclosed I. $1.00 for full .1.*
at a bridge shower last 'Take cucumbers, amall ones preferred tube of HEMO-FREE. Northern BEANS .. Rice
Whole Grain
t evening at the home of wash thoroughly and placein Cucumber Relish N.m....__...... .._.___ Be
r Wednesday pan and sprinkle good with salt Take 2 dozen medium cucumbers A d!d r....._....._........__.___.___..
c :Mrs. Mundy on Cherry Street. and let stand overnight.Next 6 sweet peppers. 6 ripe tomatoes, ______..:___.. .....___. 15c
t Beautiful summer flowers added morning rinse cucumbers 6 medium size white onions, and I.. 5 Ibs 25c 5 Ibs
t color to the rooms where the e. Can . .
twice and let stand two hours In run through food chopper' and

j guests spent an enjoyable evening, clear water and then remove from drain thoroughly. Add one pint of

!'1 playing several progressions of water and place on towel to dry. vinegar two cups of sugar, and RITZ THEATRE{

ry bridge. Prizes were awarded Mrs. After drying thoroughly place in salt and pepper and spices to taste; 1 GRAPENUTSPackage.

It Sam Anderson, holder of high jars and add hot vinegar' and pick. and then boll five minutes, seal STARKE, FLORIDAMATINEE COCONUT5c

"(, ecore, and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, ling pplces with sugar'ladtlfldj to tight. >' i 1. I Grapenut Flakes 5
holder of low. Mrs. Martinez was 17c
taste, and to each pint of 'picklesadd Mrs. P. M. Barefoot,
i &'I// :presented a dainty guest prize, aft. one-half teaspoonful of;:powdered Starke, Fla. Monday &: Wednesday 3:30 P. M. e s e -

s, .er which the honoree was showered alum and they H ejrpatt"ly! for NIGHT SIIOWS DAILY 2pkgs. 15c -
;, -with a beautiful array of handkerchiefs 7:45: and 9:15 P. M.
sealing. Eusyi Sweet Saccharin Pickle e
t ;, as a farewell gift from her Mrs. Lloyd Green. Wash cucumbers and dry thor SATURDAY SPINACH CERTO
" ,1r P; friends. Continuous 3:00 to 11:00 P. M.
Stark, Fla. oughly. Large ones may be split
: : ,}(, i The hostesses! served an iced lengthwise into quarters and small Maxwell House
to their PROGRAM No. 2 lOc Bottle. 3flt c |
. i -.coursey guests Brand and Butter Pickles I ones left whole. Pack into quart can .
\ I, j.;, l Take 12 medium sized cucumber jars and pour over them (following BEGINNING: : JUNE ,9th -

'"r'. t :Baptist W. M. S. To Meet a, slice with rind on, add 4 large' pickling syrup: thll i Coffee Ib. 26c

'l Circle No. 1 of the Baptist Worn- white onions and let stand In salt Two quarts of &, one- Friday Saturday' June 9-10 I MUSTARD SALT

t an'a Missionary Society will meet water for one hour. fourth cupful salt, one and one-half "Soldiers of the Storm"

is :Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Drain cucumbers: and onions teaspoons ground cinnamon or can Anita GINGER

rl = at the home of Mrs. P. M. Bare- from salt water and place in cook- place cinnamon sticks in each jar, Page'KeffU' Toomey QL. 15c ALE 2
/ .
/ 1 loot, with Mrs. Barefoot and Mrs. Ing vessel and add the following: one-half teaspoon ground cloves, Monday TuWday, Jane 12 IS . } p s..c

1 Lloyd Green hostesses for the aft- 1 pint of vinegar 1 cup of sugar, I one-half teaspoon of allspice, two 3 f for. 25c J
'4 s of seed teaspoons alum : w aYNAR "
? ;,c h, ernoon. 1 teaspoonful each celery powdered and one .

.4 Circle No. 2 will meet at the mustard; seed, ginger, tumertc, and I teaspoon of saccharin Ronald Colman Hay Francis s.- 23-4Ib .

:home 'of Mrs. W. H. Perkins on black pepper and cook until. readyfor Mix the foregoing ingredients 20c

'Can Street at the same time. sealing. *A J${ thoroughly and pour cold over the WeC. rThfufJune; 14.15 GRAPE JUICE tr-.

9r Recently Circle No. 3 was Mr. Geo. H. Lowry. cucumbers packed in the ;jars. This All
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eliminated and below Is a list of Starke Fla. amount Is sufficient to cover four "Out Night"Zaau pkg. Tal

' ,; Its members which have been quarts of pickles. Pitta Slim SuiranervlUe ats. 25c
i transferred to Circles One and Mustard Pickle Mrs. E. S. Matthews Also Selected> Shorts

tiff Two: Slice about a peck of cucumbersand Starke. Fla.. COMING 25c 14c d d Can
SOON pts
Circle No. Mesdamea H. L. two quarts of white onions. s I a _
lr 'Brownlee. W. L. Wall, G. P. Ray Soak over night In salt water and Next week The Telegraph, will "SONG OF TilE EAGLE"

ii! mond. J. 1. Sllox D. L. Sllox, IL M. alum. print recipes for panning! vegetables "The STORY OF TEMPLE

f t i, j. Edwards, P. Qassett, W. A. Feeler, Next morning drain water off so if you have a favorite : We Have HOLLINGSWORTH Ice lOc
on qtt. .
E. E. Cacova A. E. Wall and A. J. and freshen in clear water for two recipe please send it In by Tuesday : DRAKE" ..

Thomas. hours and let stand in liquor'' of I afternoon. We will be'&,lad to- receive "BELOW THE SEA" TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED

4'" v t Circle No. Mesdames R. A. one-half vinegar and one-half water I recipes from all sections of] '"STATE FAIR"'

r,. < Hewsom, F. B.Johns, J. E. Wilson, for fifteen minutes, scald In the county. -- .:.


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"Mr- - .
Effle Miner f Lawtey: was I hHeadquarters for your chickens, \ Miss Mona Alderman, instructor I Una Merritt and Ralph Balsden Martha Narmes of Lake Butler I 1 ,(,.

In sister Starke Mrs.Wednesday visiting her every day. Iin I Music at the Florida. State College returned to their home In Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman ).: ,:,a
W. Andrews, Jr. Bradford Supply Co. for Women Tallahassee is "
Beach Thursday after spending
Bits were visiting in Highland Friday ;,
| spending her summer vacation several days here with Mr. and '
1 s Mrs. J. C. Hillman of Ocala spent Mrs. M. L. Kllpatrlck, Miss Mary with her parents, Mr and Mrs. G. Mrs. W W Balsden. They were Yred.nltlslop. and J C. Sapp g''

the first of the week here visiting Barr and Ralph Dickard of Troy, W. Alderman accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. were visiting Russel Norman Sunday is t i.

: } her mother, Mrs. William Norris. Ala., came Wednesday and are Bl\.I den and' little Billie Blakely, morning. 1 4 ,

i local Nev guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vin- Misses Addle and Rosa Balsden Jr, who returned to Starke Friday. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Edwards and .

u Mrs. C. B. Roberta and Mrs. Al- ing. and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and I
children of Gainesville were the ,
'J vin Wasdln of Graham were visitors daughter, Gloria, moved Wednesday Friends of D. Powell Carpenter, 'i
Concerning Our Paopla, Business and to Starke to their new homes in the western dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
.\ Thursday morning. Mrs. B. P, :Smith of Daytona underwent an operation Satur-
J Progress of th_ County and Town. Beach has been''a recent guest of part of town, which have just ; day at Riverside Hospital Jack Edwards Sunday.

.,i John L. Abernathy of Knoxville, her grandson; K.: :3.:Davis, and famIly been completed sonville, will be glad to know that Everett Hewitt of Little Springs r
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e.t.t. Tenn., was in Starke Saturday visiting at their cottage, at Klngsley I he Is recovering rapidly. He was was visiting this section Sunday N
SlSZSZSZSZSZSZSZHSZSZSZSZSeSZSS his cousin, Mrs. Lloyd Green. Lake. '" Miss Lois Adkln ,. who with her accompanied to he city by Mrs. night. e' ,,1

I sister, Miss Hazel was attendingthe Carpenter and Mrs. T. T. Long *
of Hampton was In Mrs. J. A. Graves of Graham .
I... H.Thursday Futch I was a visitor to Starke Wednesday 1 VIGORO make. flowers grow. Mrs. R. M, ,Sparkman leaves Zeta Tau Alpha house party at who will spend several days there. Revolutionary War bullets traveled ,)
stark' a.several Jacksonville Beach last week-end, slower than Flight Lieut. O. H.
il i afternoon. We sell any amount. Sunday for weeks' visit ; 1 b
Bradford Supply Co. in Orlando with,.her brother and had the misfortune to break her Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Stainforth flew September 29, ,
gill Moran of Waldo.was a visitor VIGORO for flowers. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul right arm Friday. Mrs. G. H. Meadle, Mrs. E. W. 1031 when his maximum speed ,l, ;
r Monday. was 415 miles an hour. ;,
here Macey. Hayes and Miss\ Pearl Manningwere q
Mr. and Mrs. William Norris and ,
r Bradford Co. 'r Mrs. L. B. Davis and< two chil In Gainesville Thursday eve-
Supply their daughter Mrs. J.. C.
EX W Hayes was a business vlsl- Hillman Billy Graham, who has been attending deed, Charlotte and Billy, of Lees- ning, where Mrs. Nasworthy, Mrs.

to Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. E. M. Hazen and son, Alph, of ville.Ocala spent Monday In Jackson-' the University of Florida, burg and Biuefleld W. Va., and Hayes and Miss Manning attendedthe NAT SEZ: ; 4

of Brooker were in Starke Tuesday I is spending his vacation with his Mrs. E. M. Long of Charleston banquet given by the Gaines-
Mrs, Lena Casklna of Lawteywas afternoon. grandparents and Mrs. J. M. S. C., were recent guests of Mr. ville Chapter Order cf Eastern 31 t
Miss Maud Mitchell ';;
of Jackson-
IB Starke Saturday. Alvarez. and Mrs. George A. Taylor. Star, in honor of the worthy matron Well folks expecting: a Senate -
ville was here Friday visiting Mrs. ,. Mrs. Leona Falrcloth. I Investigation of Sternberg'a '-
was a visitorto Mrs. O. L. Harrison of Hamptonwas L. W. Klckllter and Mrs. F. A. Store most day now Here I've r
Louise Snyder Louis H. Hill, Jr., of ---- --- I any
Miss a visitor to Starke Thursday Scott Lawtey, Mrs. E. C. Priest and daughter,
Jacksonville Saturday. afternoon. who has been attending the University Miss Pauline spent Friday with Miss Betty Mace, Grady Crawford been having preferred

of Georgia, Atlanta, was relatives In Fort White. They were and James Martin of DeLaml, customers '
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whitaker I '
New River wasa and for I
M F Wiggins of Miss Iris Brown of Brooker was visiting friends here during the accompanied home by Miss Thelma were week-end guests of Miss years b
children of the State Farm }
ra were
rat. visitor here Wednesday. visiting friends here Wednesday visitors to Starke Saturday after- week-end. Priest who has been spending the [I Mary Brownlee who gave a house' ed and never there realize it1 t k

t. I, afternoon. past week there with relatives. party at Kingsley Lake In their wasany '' -
t.e :i Mrs. Floy Sullivan of Theressa noon. The Shamrocks' girls' basketball --_. .--- -- --. honor. Other members of the I harm In It a( F f
'. here Monday.Paul team of Jacksonville formed I but just look wai ,
con- house
a visitor a party were Miss Martha
was Mr. and Mrs Thomas E. Oldhamof Mr. and Mrs N.
Allen Long!: left Tuesday for Chicago George Bartley what '
they're do-1
genial house party at the Davis Brownlee, Miss Lula Redgrave,
Jacksonville were visitors here 111 after two weeks visit of Indianapolis, Ind., who are !
to J. P. Mor
of Lawtey was a Ing "j
Howard cottage at Kingsley Lake for the Milton Brownlee Jr., and A. E. I
Wednesday. here with his mother, :Mrs. F. H. spending sometime at the Windsor auk "
0 Starke Saturday. week-end. I Wall Jr. The gan. They ?
visitor to party was chaperoned
0t t ,, Long. Hotel In Jacksonville, spent Thurs- nlm a lot of ,lr ije'
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordof day with Mr. and Mrs. William by Morgan "
Miss Edna Strckland was a Visitor Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Turner and Darby. I questions and d s'' ,,,
Heilbronn Springs were visitors Miss Maedell of I Norria on South Walnut Street t !
Webb Hawthorne
to Jacksonville Monday. little daughter, Betty Ann, spent .-- I then, as if that ,
here Friday. is spending this week in' weien't punishment r, i '
Sunday at New River with Mr. 't
Mr. and Mrs. O. :M.: Slatrunk and
., Harold Pearce'of Lawtey was a Starke with her aunt. Mrs. Effle Turner's parents, e Miss Louise Edwards and Jack '
visitor here Friday. Johns. T. Turner. children will leave Saturday for graph with a female midget slttln'on i' b' t
business Bell of Gainesville spent Sunday in Wabash Ind., where they will visit among the representatives from his lap. I wonder how Mrs. ii., G

Sheriff Brannen of Lake Butler Jacksonville.Mr a John W. Williams of Tallahasseeand Misses Carrie and Edna Hutto Mrs. Smith's parents. Later they the official Starke visit Chapter of the attending the! Morgan liked that. Only an old .' '

a vsltor here Saturday. Mrs. Edythe Montgomeryspent and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. will visit Mr. Smith's parents and worthy gram marled man can Imagine J. P.'sl! I 14if' '
a matron Mrs. Leona Faircloth to
was Lawtey, and were Mrs.visitors. David here Moore We"nes-of Sunday at St. Augustine Scott and George Blair of Wildwood also attend the fair at Chicago.Mr. the Gainesville Chapter Order, of I embarassment. ,, f j ; '
Beach. fiE
R. R. Thede of Lawtey was a afternoon.Mr. spent Monday at St. Augustine Eastern Star Thursday evening.Mrs. s i,

business visitor here Tuesday. day Beach. and Mrs: H. A. Bishop have Futch, who is grand Instructor Of course, the big difference btuwn *- i '
v Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Moore and this week as guests at their Kings- :
for this district also lmi.l-
was present Morgan's way of doing
u of New River was a and Mrs. George C. White children have recently moved to the Sidney Causey who, has been ley Lake cottage Mr. and Mrs. A. ,
M, J. Sapp at the luncheon given for Mrs. ness and mints I I" that all my .u- ; rPtomers
of here
business visitor here Monday. Tallahassee spent Sunday. Green cottage on North Walnut I spending several weeks at Wilmington D. Williamson of Bradenton, Mrs. Faircloth by the Gainesville ChnJ1ter are prrferml. I let them.1 .

with relatives. Street. ,.N. C.(.Is spending sometime Llpford of Green Cove Springs, and Thursday noon. I all In on the ground floor and gUeIhran ,

T A., Brinson of Hugh was a here, with' -his- sister Mrs. Miss Anne Freeman of Tallahassee. all thn siiine opportunity to ) i ,A
Mrs. C. W. Beasley of Gainesville Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Miss Toby H. J. Sewell. .. i'
here Tuesday.
visitor nwrrhaiidlnw at low 4
business buy quality !
was visiting friends In Starke Fri- Dunbar of the State Farm spent eel .- -- :Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Farmer of St. ... ( ,

9u Miss Eunice Whitehead of Law- day afternoon. :p'rlday'afternoon In Starke with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wheeler and Petersburg were visiting friends In VANDEKBILT priC' # rE'1 ,

u visitor here Tuesday. friends. little daughter, Joan of Jackson- Starke Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. .ter i
tey was a Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams and ville were guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. Farmer are former residents of Curwle Dell No....., Cor.I But even though my store Is no

M. Blanchard of Lawtey was Miss Dolly Lambe spent MondayIn Senator J. M. Mann of Lake But- H. Hall and Mr. and Mrs L. S. Starke and their visits are always stock exchange It has It.. bulls and .j

business A. visitor here Saturday. Jacksonville. ler was a visitor to Starke Mondayand Hutto Sunday. welcomed by their many friends I Laurie Carter of Heilbronn and bears-.My prices are the BARE p' ;
a '
while here paid The Telegrapha .ea here. Russell Norman were transacting minimum and that's DO BULL.

Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand visit. | business In Jacksonville .
a A. A Durden of Monticello was a Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hill and little Saturday.Miss -

business visitor here Wednesday.C. Mrs. T. T, Long spent Fridayin son, Bobby of Jacksonville are Miss Miriam Jacobs Is spendingthis Mildred Alvarez was visiting 1'1<.:TEItS' 8IIOES for men women ? v
n Jacksonville. Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned Saturday spending this week at Kingsley week In Jacksonville with her her sister, Mrs Rodman Reddish ami children-try them' once; i

H. Nasworthy was a business I from Tampa where she visited Lake the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I friend Miss Sylvia Hackrl, and I, of Raiford Friday. you'll never'. try any other' kind. L' ,
visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday. Mayor Arthur A Griffis of Law- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Harold C. Wall, was one of the out-of-town guests Mrs. W. B. Bloodaworth was visIting they are solid IretlKT. nd tile' -j. y },

, tey was transacting business in Durden. I at the Delta Phi Epsilon fraternity Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Thames prlre In nn more than you pay for ,

J. L. Matthews Alachua was Starke Friday.Col. I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green Mrs.P. dance at the Carling Hotel Thurs- of Lake Butler on Friday. good quality, paper *ho e. t ti,
to business here Monday.) Mrs. W. M. Bryan and Mrs. W. M. Barefoot and daughters, day evening.Mrs. Miss Mattie Norman spent last 4MUNHINOt'EAItllOSIERYaurd
.J attending Hal Y. Maines of Lake Butler W. Bryan and little son of Lawtey Juanita and Sara, and Myrtle Mae Thursday, Friday and Saturday i y yIJNIIERt'E.Ut
Mr. and Mrs John Mott of was a professional visitor to were in Starke Friday visiting 'Surrency spent ,Thursday afternoon C. G. Bryant, who has been taking the teacher's examination In : '. t" '
!: =: Built of the
I Tuesday. relatives. the week here with Lake Butler.
: Starke_ in Jacksonville. spending past '
Brooker were in Starke saturday.
and don't most
1 best materials any
11 : friends, left Tuesday for her homein Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman r

JaeM.4aee of Springfield, Mesa, Ray L. Geiger of Green Cove I Mrs. Leona Seatrook Eccles and Columbia, S. C. She was accompanied -I and children spent the week-end I m a W of Mlddleburg was
Mosley is here on a visit with his atmt, Springs, owner of the Rachel daughter of Jacksonville were' home by little Miss with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rosierof 70a and ,l 00 ; i
lending( to business here Wednesday. '
Mrs. Juno Wall.Representative. Shoppe was a business visitor here ,week-end guests, of Mrs. E. M. Doris Kruse who will spend a Ocala and was accompaniedhome f' .

Saturday. Johns and daughter: Gloria, at month as her guest. by their little daughter, Vet- Other brand of hosiery, chiffon ;

Mrs Minnie Brown 'of Ralford C. C. Butler of their cottage at-Kingsley.Mr. ma, who has been visiting In Ocala or Men Ire weight 40o and DOc. ,
New River was visiting friends in Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp, Miss Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wall were in for the pant week. /j ,
was friends in Starke Fri-
day.visiting Starke Tuesday. Helen Prather and Elwood Lang and Mrs. W F. Barefoot and Gainesville first of the week attending Floyd Crosby, J. R. Kelly and If you get real hot. these Bummer- d ''

spent the week-end at Cedar Keys daughters, Misses Eunice and Ma- commencement exercisesat Fred IlaUlop and Misses Lillian days coma In and cool off- haven't i i '',

W. E Torode and O.m A. Andreuwere V Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lewis are with friends. rie, of Sanderson spent Friday afternoon the University of Florida. Mrs. Kelly\ and Melvle Crosby of Rising any 3.2 but our fans are running, I

visitors to Jacksonville Fri spending several days. with friendsat in Starke the guests of Mr. Wall's son, William Duncan, was attended the sing at Water Oak all the time.NAT .
day, St. Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffis and and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. one of the graduates' receiving his. church Friday night. Everyone: is X 4t 3

little son of Lake Butler were ---- I B. S. degree In journalism. welcome to attend nnd take partIn

H. P., L. R. and R. M.. Gainey of week-end guests of Mr, and Mrs. Col. D. E. Knight motored to '' I the Hinging every Friday night STERNBERG 't
Mr ana Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsof I .
Broker here"Tues-" Brooker were business visitors to ,W. J. Epperson Jr. Miami Monday where he has real I Mr. and-M ; Leroy Joyner ot\,\ it 8 o'clock. ,
were visitors Starke Saturday. estate Interests. He also spent a 'Jacksonville I were guests Wednesday Miss Debris'" Bloodnworth spent

day, Miss Nancy A. Meggs and sister, few days at his orange grove at of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell ''I Saturday with her cousin, Miss Starke, Florida j ,

Miss Beatrice Johns spent last Miss Hortense Megg. of Alachua Punta Gorda while away. and Miss Lucille Mitchell. Mrs. xH
Mrs Enoch Grlffis of :4
Lawtey Wednesday afternoon In Gaines- were guests Friday of Misses Ame Joyner will be remembered here as I'
was a visitor here after- '
Tuesday ville with, friends lia and Olive Ray. Gene Turner who has been Miss Alice Tharin a former memo

noon. spending 'several weeks In Wilmington ber of the B H. S. faculty

Mack Resale Colson and Ivan Hazen of Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Miss Patricia DeFJ: ftr"spending this JONES STORE

Davis of Sampson City Brooker were visiting friends here Lambe' spent last Thursday week In Starke. :" PJ..IS.{ ,parents :Mrs. Hulda Corpenlng Miss Annie

friends.spent Tuesday In.' StarkeJ-, With I Sunday afternoon. afternoon In Macclenny with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Q.r'j."turner' Mae Pearce and Miss Dora rtLAWTrY

Jessie Mae Blakely. Cady were in St. Petersburg this FLORIDA"

I Mrs. A. F. Moore of Gainesvillehas I The many friend ,of Olin W week visiting friends. They were u

City Miss Estelle Davis of Sampson i been a recent guest of her sister County Commissioner G. W. Andrews White will be glad to learn he Is accompanied home by Miss Patsy FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 9 and 10 a 'L; y

friends.spent Friday In Starke. with Mrs.:: J. B. Sapp. and father, Frank A. An- convalescing rapidly at the Gill Brinson' who has been spending 1 r;

drews, of New River were business. Hospital from appedlcltls operation several weeks there with relatives.Mr. )

Street Mrs. Alice Langford of Gaines- visitors here Monday. performed last ,Friday LATOUR AINE COFFEE .25c25c f
Dendy. of Alachua was ville 'was- visiting ,relatives here and Mrs. Harry H. Young

visiting friends here' Saturday* aft. during the week-end.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Scott and Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle returned left Tuesday,for a visit with their MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE ,

I I ernoon. George Blair of Wildwood spent to her home in Ocala Mon- son Theodore Young, and other CHARMER COFFEE 15c T
_. _,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Rl; Lawrenceand 'the week-end in Starke with MHses day after a several days*'visit herewith relatives In Peru, Ind. From there ,

IOn Misses of Willie Mae and Okle Hin- son of Keystone Heights were Edna and Carrie Hutto. her brother and sister-in-law, accompanied by their son, they will PET MILK, tall, 4 for _ .. .25c25c
Hampton were visitors here visitors here Saturday.. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle Jr. attend the Century of Progress

Monday I Mrs. E. F. Rhodes and little son Exposition In Chicago and will visit PET MILK, small, 8 for _. .. ,

Mrs. C. D. Whitaker of the State ,Luther, of Lake City spent last Nathan Prevatt of Wilmington, Mr. Young's sister, Mrs. Eugene hj A'
W. L O.K. SOAP & POWDER for. lOc
visitor Beacon of Lawtey was a Farm was in Starke Tuesday aft- FrIday afternoon In Starke with N. C., is spending a few days here Cady. in Three Rivers, Mich.. before ._

Monday at The Telegraph office ernoon visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs.: E. W. Hayes.C. with his wife, who has been spend- returning home.Florida SALT, 2 for __ ,5c'
ing several weeks with her parents ---

Eddie J. Lewis and mother, Mrs; A. Pound of Gainesville has Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stannbury.Hooveri .
George Greenfield of Jacksonville Brooker were been spending several days in .
Charity Lewis, of Theatre Ii WITH GROCERY ORDER '
Monday was, a business_ visitor. here visitors here Saturday.Mrs. Starke having repairs made on his f] Mrs. J. B.
cottage at Kingsley Lake.N. C aihd MaOgtiterMiss GAINES\ILLY.. FLORIDAPROGRAM ,
Mr,, Marjorie Colley and Mrs.: O. Audrey, and Mlns'Mlnnie' Lee Car- I Prince Albert Tobacco lOc j'
Pent and Mrs. William Dobrow P. Wadsworth of Hampton were in D. Wainwright Jr., local rep- lisle were in Jacksonville Saturday : [

Tuesday afternoon In Jack- Starke Saturday afternoon. resentative of the Gulf Life Insur- visiting friends. They were accompanied '
ance Company was a business visitor back to Starke by Mrs. WEEK JUNE 8th I.
All lOc
w M. Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs and family to Gainesville Saturday. Lula Chase who was' a week-end Cigarettes! M" A'o'

Wainwright, state bank have moved to the Robinson guest at the home of Mr. and< Mrs. THURSDAY and FRIDAY
examiner, is spending this week in N. & .. 41iti iti q
Orlando bungalow on Madison Street. W. C. Miller of Wilmington Hoover. EDW. G. ROniNSON --- ---- ----- -

I C., who was located here during

Be Mrs. E.: F. Dollar and sister. Miss 'the strawberry season, Is visiting "LITTLEInGIANT" OUR MEAT MARKET
29 when sure and call Mrs: Green at Louisa Hunt of Raiford were visU friends In Starke this week. ,
you have news Items. fore afternoon.
paper. ton here Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and SATURDAY Offers to You a Full Line of Western and

lit.. Mrs. L. E. Mosley and children of I Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Penny of Zane Grey's
n J* U D. Green with Mrs. H the State Farm spent Friday aft.. ,I Jacksonville\ are spending this "Under the Tonto Rim" Florida Meats

r- May and son. Roscoe of Hamp- In Starke with friends. 'week at Jacksonville. Beach. withSTUART .
toll. ernoon
YlUe. spent Saturday In" Jackson-, -. < f ERWIN PEPPER, 5c size, 3 for .. lOc K l' l
Misses Isabel and Alice Ferbatldes > Mrs. S. J. Barefoot of Sanderson Wfierf fire Gels :

and Wesley Stearns were visitors spent several days last week MONDAY DRIED APPLES, lOc size 5c t '
to Jacksonville Thursday. 'with her son and daughter-in-law [ielyond'Cannlrcffia6r.err".Wb.lr. One Adult Ticket and Ilk Admits

CENT A WORD ['Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot' Two People to PORK and BEANS, 3 for _ ._ lOc "

Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the first 1 1 :Madeline_ .. -n sal Hazen._ and_ T Miss. I. ..*M,lMsTII "Co-eds and Cadets Revue"and IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. for___ ___ lOc 4 ,
of the week In West Lake Wales Miss I.I Ca U I4IrydP.t..eqr..dt[ } Mwhm ,
;COLUMN of Broo'cer'were\ k fu braes bmmm OHkUol MTbm
with her husband, A. F. Sauls. In Mildred Starke Morgan Thursday and Friday I erase 4.ner (On the Screen) PICKLES, 20c size .. .. _ __ __ lOc

FOR RENT-Matthewa teacher's examination.Paul an ..mere*! _T. .vbtcto Art GEORGE ARLISSIn lOc ASPIRIN --------J. 5c
On Cottage L. H. Hill of Lawtey, rep ssentaa taking uy ...... air on<*wtaKh M wArkattntem I ;,
Kingsley aka By week or tive of the Federal Land Bank, wasa .wfe.* *e*ilMMU .hav*mat n.narie.w.a. I
month business visitor here Friday. Knight who has ben attending s.r-asuquts Mock ... "The King's Vacation"TCESDAY 666 .. 20c I : '
of Florida. __ _.... .
the University r do .p..u .aird
FOR SALE-Chicken .Fertilizer left Saturday for Gainesville Is here visiting his parents ,..,.....,. ,and WEDNESOAY"Hade BLACK DRAUGHT _. 20c I '
Andrew Taylor
Faun ouc, per Starke.'rack. .Wood'.".Poultry It, Virginia where he will spend the COL and Mrs. D. E. Knight I ee.-+M-.r- -+.a. ; on Broadway"with 1

.. summer months with relatives. We Reserve the Right to Limit or Change the Above ''R
wA1'i'TEDTo' Mrs. J. W. Edwards and daughter HAROLD WALL

buy cattle-one towventyfive Stearns, student at the Elaine and Mrs. Josephine Edwards INSURANCE ROBERT MONTGOMERY Prices Without Notice ) 1 }
head small steers; Wesley several
ail have been spending SALLY EILERS
pay market price B. J. AlderJr. -I University of Florida. will spend I In Jacksonville. STARKE FLORIDA ;1 1Cpl
.f< with relatives
uwa- .. Gra&dln Fla. ,It his summer vacation In Starke. days .

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Wade Cane Tops National nA
Winning 4-H Girl Consistent WinningFor DINNERSUGGESTIONS Grants Pails Ore.. ion. t
SUNDAY Turned Into. Silage nlzed the Important
Already Important Eight Years Is transactions u du
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Community Leader Club Boy's Record Which Cattle Like arate- window for th! '" kPNOTICId

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i HOMESTEAD. Fla. ..- Virginia OCALA, FlaArthur M. Mc- "So price to set on tae lai* ......"' ... DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, Fla.- I. b..r"h): ;
i less may be bait tit the powr.st comtr.. About 35 tons of cane tops which der and by virtue of it'u",, rent 4+
Homestcad of Fairfield near here, la a of Foreclosure hers,
Hooks of recently an- Neely msd
Conducted by Demonstration Agents June is with 1U bounty otherwise would have gone to the d!;,
Club here Honorable A. Z'A 'dI I
nounced aa winner of a trip to the consistent winner in activities AND of the
for the .sand stored in trench silos Circuit Court'r
up beauty y waste were 'I e6t4 j4
-1 National Club Camp In Washing and has been during the Bridal Juno makesIt 111..1.I 'Ir'ult of l'lorldo
for th. palate Walton County last fall, and
Bradford .
ton June 15-21, In a 4-H Club girl entire eight year in which he has sass for the June Brld. to set up Wilkins May 23rrl.County In Chn' rindai,
.. County Agent Mitchell reports 1833. In that "r
..- --- -- -- who la already assuming on Important been a member of this rural organization her housekeeping. Warm dsya Invite therein l..tely pending b."
liked the nee Tr
place of leadership in the He was recently rated cold foods, fruits, salads, cold cooked that the cattle' cane Federal Land Bank "rf
and Iced well as corn silage. Plaintiff and J. R ?, Tj iumbl'Avev '
r club mea refrigerator dOMerUr top silage aa Ka i
club work of the community and as one'of the two outstanding Hupp, Defendants "ld11 soft,,
RURAL COMMON SENSE WRUF FARM I'ROORAM county and she has an ambition to boys in the State and selected by beverages. with County Agent Wilkins plannedthe signed, h..r..j, h I under
Tb. stores offer suggestions demonstration after he had as Special Ma.t"In ('hllr.; :? ?""*
Johnson "Th" Volts of Florida"GAINESVILLE become a home demonstration the Agricultural ?Extension Serviceto their treen produce stands, colorful of experiments at the route the name, will on M, IJ' OX
By Spuds agent. She has made an outstanding make a trip to the National Club fruit counters cooked meats In variety learned Jr-1 day of July. 1SJ1 ?the V"ful
I /
r : record In 4-H work over a period Camp In Washington June 15-21./ cheeses galore and the doper able Louisiana Experiment Station .louse bourn door of In sale bifor"ih Con
of six years under the leader- He Is 18 years old and Is in his tin can. Picnic supplies offered Include which showed such silage to be to the highest and htai' k beet* Jo'lorld hlddt)5 :,, V1.
DECREASED PRODUCTION Farm radio jellies, pickles and olives. feed. He the r
preserves satisfactory as a rash '
ship of Miss Pansy Norton home eighth year of 4-H Club work, un-
Most of us ",I.b to take advantage .Ituate.. lying and lelnB"nl'nJW'11'
HIGHER PRICES FOLLOW of Agriculture of the /
} talks by College knew the practicability ,
demonstration agent. der the leadership of former Coun- of the fresh foods each la It. season ounty Florida. tn-WII: 0'
a ,rl ti WITH REDUCED ACREAGE workers are Scheduled on the Florida Miss Hooks Is a member of a ty Agent C. R. Hlatt and the present and among them 'o be found this week trench silo, eleven of which be and >TheE of NE14., of NW:'%endYiao
Farm Hour to be given,at noon cantaloupe and as farmers of the county have put In Nli. ; !
family with a good record In home agent Clyde Norton. ar. new potatoes l4 of NN4r4 and $WIG .rNw'
fl Farmers themselves exert more each day next week from WRUF demonstration work her older sister paragus. Spinach, green peas and during the last year. nf NE\4\ and W'% .r NW'4 .
control During the eight years, he has strawberries are also plentiful. NW\4\ of NEB\ all In ot
over aggregate agricultural as follows: very There are 10,000 acres of cane $ec .
been 4-H Club work
having in won first prize on one or more of The Quaker Maid Kitchen this week Township Ii S.. Range 21 F:. ,21.talnlng
} production than do weather and June 10 Florida Farm The
Saturday, in the State for syrup S6
grown acres I.n.
and her mother in the mores
now being
offers three simple menus to the June rr
fair .
his products at the county with the
other uncontrollable natural factors News and Hints. Editorial Snap- cane tops now going to waste appurtenRnreo
home demonstration club. bride. Bald sale to he .
,i says the U. S. Department of shota. During the six years in which state contests and county contests should average about two tons of ,ald Decree to satiety made tilla"lf"rIUaot t
Agriculture. The farmer plans his Monday June 12-Control of each year and his activities have Low Cost Dinner silage per acre says W. J. Seely, rota ali
she has been a 4-H member she
operations for several seasons and Rust Mites on Citrus-J. R. Wat- been on a real farm scale. He has Pan Broiled Round Steak extension agent In animal husban- E K. I'ElUtY\lA-l: ,
In Master '
bas had four
lM, years training served aa president of his local club Fried Potatoes and Onions S.2616t1.froclal II ""C"OVI.R
controls his output by the amount son. Friendly Fungi In Citrus Insect dry. That would mean 20,000 tons
four in two in
sewing, gardening,
Tomato Salad
p of his acreage. Variations In yield Control-Dr. E. W. Berger. two years and as recreation leader Jelly of silage farmers in the State could
home Improvement, and one In nutrition Bread and Butter
j per acre, due to weather often upset Tuesday, June 13-Progress in and health work. In her' one year. Fresh Pineapple Cup Cakes save at practically no cost; only : WORk ...
his plans from one season to of Florida Vegetables In late 1925 Arthur decided to Milk
the Coffee
Improvement sewing and clothing work she says Tea or that of digging the trench silo dur- .()
+' the next but In the long run M. R. Farm Ques- the club and a NERVfS'C.
-- Ensign. that she has learned to choose suitable join pig secure reg- Medium Cost Dinner ing spare time and hauling the topsto
I changes In acreage and Improvements tion Box. istered Poland China gilt, which It. '
materials for her cloothea, selection CantaloupeCold
1 In cultural methods have, Wednesday June 14-Making I of suitable patterns, appro- his county agent told him would Cuts Jellied Vegetable Salad Trench silos are now being used

v more effect on total output than 3o Florida Roadsides More AttractiveA. priate costumes for different occasions cost $30. About the first of Janu- Rolls and Butter all over the State since county,

; bumper crops or crop shortages. B. Burritt. Co-operating fora remodeling clothing, and the ary, 1926 he began to work on Chocolate Cream Cake agents 'and extension specialists'

f' ; It Is not always remembered, More Beautiful Florida--H. Harold making of practical and becoming Saturdays and save his money. At Tea or Coffee Milk have been advocating them for the g<

j, J9 ; either, that the smaller output in Hume. clothing for herself and familyIn the close of school he picked beans Very Special Dinner last two years.
Thursday June 15 What a Boy and cucumbers\ until he had the required -
years of low production has frequently home Improvement work, also, Cherry am" Melon Cup
;w returned more money to Gets at a 4-H Club Camp-J. Lee and has learned about and accom- $30, and then he bought a Broiled Spring Chicken with NOTICE iron mSCHAKQM OP THM APPLICATION AS ADMINISTRATOR .

the farmers than have the bumper Smith. The Value of Growing plished tremendous Improvementsat registered gilt from the Experi- Cream Gravy
i for the Soil L. T. ment Station at Gainesville. At Boiled New Potatoes Mashed Squash
crops when prices were lower Crops Dyer. small To Whom It May Concern .
Cotton growers produced 12,955- i i Friday, June 16--How the Expe- Miss Hooka expense.has been presidentof the county fair that fall the sow Hot Currant Rolls and Jelly Butter undersigned Notice la an hereby Administrator given that of the the 4

000 bales In 1927 as against 17- ; riment Station Dairy Herd has the 4-H Club in Homestead dur- won for him $28 in prize money Fresh Tomato Salad with Dressing Estate of William O. Forsythe, deceased -

K" ) 977,000 bales in 1929. For the been Bred Up-P. T. Dix Arnold. ing the past year, and Is chairman and a trip to the Boys' Club Short Pineapple Ice Cream Lady Fingers discharged, having and fully performed and satisfactory his duties

smaller crop, the farm value aa of Grazing Crops to Supplement Dairy of health work for the county coun Course at the College of Agricul- urn administrator of the above said
Paaturea Hamlin L. Brown. ture the June. Two Billion Dollars estate will on the 15th day of Juno
; December 1, 1927, was $1,269,855- -- following ,
cil. She assists In programs in the 1988, apply to the County Judge, aj
j } 000 or $287,149,000: more than the community and in particular aids In 1927 Arthur had 18 hogs in Made Available For his office In Starke for final discharge -
if 1. farm value of the larger crop' Leave Seed Trees In her home demonstration agent in the pig and fat barrow clubs; in a* administrator. of said estate. -

ti grown the year before. Potato conducting club meetings.Her 1928 he cared for two cows and Farm Mortgage Loans J. A. BaylosB
>, tI a production totaled 423,776,000 Pulpwood Cutting trip to Washington is being calves, and since that time he has .-HItAdminIstrator.. flP TO your ear In work-

bushels in 1928 and was worth on' financed by the Capital City Pub- been in not only the pig and bar- Authorization for Federal Land "lOTIttl OF KLKCTION: every nerve at high tension

,t the December 1 basis. Land, to bring in the greatest return lishing Company of Tallahassee. row and calf clubs, but also the Banks to issue up to $2,000,000,000 By power vented In them hy the No and wonder bark at yon the snap children.at the wife
law of the State of Florida. the
a The 1929 crop was $224.859'OOO'j to Its owner, must be In con- She will be accompanied by Miss corn and peanut clubs. In 1930 he In bonds with Interest guaranteedby Board of Public Instruction of Watch out Overworked

n; bushels, but It tinuous use. Just as soon as one Estelle Black of Plant City Ar- was state livestock champion. the United States and either BrHdfurd County, Florida, hereby serves may lead to Sleep_
calls, election to be held In Spe-
000> or $199,037,000 more than the crop la removed, another crop must thur McNeely of Fairfield, Wilmer "Having plenty of courage and exchange the bonds for first mortgages an. School Dint. N at New -. Nervoua Headache Ner

larger crop of the preceding year. be ready to replace the one re : Bassett of Monticello Miss Anna i determination I was able to go on farms or sell them and i River Florida June 12.1933, for the Indigestion and a boat at

h The Department of Agriculturepoints moved. Mae Sikes of the State Home Dem- i through the depression and Increase use the money to make new loans i, and purpose!determining of electing;amount three trueteee of mlll- ether unpleasant disturbance

y out that nature decides the Forest areas as like any other onstration Department, and R. W. I my herd of hogs and cows to farmers is one of the principal ,age to be aHnei8"d for the entitling Why don't you try Dr. Milef

?, volume of production only on a land areas they must be In con- Blacklock, state boys' club agent. :In 1932 to a larger and more eco- features of the farm mortgage section I two For yeare.the purpose of holding said Effervescent Just one in Nerriae a: half Tablets glass elwater

e ohort-tlme basis. Nature largely tlnuouiTxise In order to bring in the The national club camp is being nomical herd than before," he says of the Agricultural Adjust- election the following are appointed makes a pleasant, ipufc..

influenced the big drop in cotton greatest return to the owner. held by the United States Depart- ;In speaking of his club work. "The ment Act, according to Information EJ: A. Bapp, a. W. Andrew., C. C. line drink delightfully soothing
production between 1926 and 1927, Lands cut-over for pulpwood are : ment of Agriculture, with represen- depression haa caused me to be- issued by the Farm Credit Administration Wynn and Mlllarrt Johns' Clerk to overtaxed nerves.
fit but dictated the in left with few If treeson tatives from which administers this W. C. MANNING, Dr. MOea' Nervine Is
man big Jump usually any practically every I come more capable In my club A. J. ORIFFIS, Chairman. : now
d* cotton production In the eight-year them and unless there bar beena state. work and to raise the animals at Section of the Act. Secretary 6-12-6t-6- aaade fa two forma-Liquid udEfferrvaeeat

post-ws-perT6tt'1919-1926, largely good seed crop just precedingthe t more economical prices. The Farm Credit Administration Tablet. Both hats

# by Increasing the cotton acreage logging operation the land Is i I "At present I have one large began functioning on May 27 as BOREE & GIDDENS the same$1.00 soothing effect
at Item
'Q'' .from 33,566,000 acres in 1919 to apt to remain idle for sometime.In HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES boar and a sow that haa raised 105 provided for in President Roose FUNERAL DIRECTORS :your drag

47,087,000 acres In 1926. harvesting the pulpwood crop, 1 pigs out of 13 litters in seven velt's executive order issued March I Pit
0, "It enough people will :join in the provisions should be made for the Weekly from Home Demonstration | :years. I also have two good pure- 27 1933. The agencies to be con- Camket IJI.II'I.r'no.Hennetf' Wnreko.l Veer..DrpetAt e

; wide and swift adjustments that early restocking of the cut-over Specialist Tallahassee bred Jersey cows and four year- solidated under the new administration LICENSED EMBALMER

-the new Farm Act proposes, wet lands with desirable species. One ling heifers that I am going to sell include the Federal Farm BerYlee-
..can make It work" Secretary of of the most desirable methods to this fall to Board; the Federal Farm Loan Bu- "Ambulance
help pay my way Alware Ueadr Fa... B-O8C4
5 ; .Agriculture Henry A Wallace declared follow ia to leave enough seed trees PRESSING FINE FABRICS through the University of Florida.I reau which haa jurisdiction. over W to 01 Rlveralde. Ave, ............0.
in a recent address. "The scattered over the area to producethe have decided to take a course in the Federal Land Banks Joint I --- ---
of all fine fabrics
Act provides new governmental seed necessary to reforest the Pressing maybe Stock Land Banks and Intermediate -

SJ ?yS machinery which can be used by land. The Florida Forest Service the accomplished case of either successfully those that are Club agriculture.work I If would It were not not be for able 4-H to I I Credit Banks; the regional agricultural Wake Up Yoi I I Liver Bile

5 4 All who labor to grow and to bring recommends the leaving of three to do this. credit corporations of
washable that
a '1111 foods and fabrics, to organize, five vigorous full topped, wind- or are 9 the Reconstruction Finance Corporation -
t''" to put their businesses In order firm trees at least nine inches in washable. Fine fabrics however "Since I have been in club workI and the Crop Production
should never be pressed in the have sold $1,017 worth of hogs -With out Calomel
And to make their way together diameter to the acre. Loan Division of the United StatesDepart.ment
same manner as woolens. There Is and made a profit of $611. I won
., .
l. out of a wilderness of economic It might seem that it Is wasting of Agriculture.The
ever the danger of spotting a fine $355 in prizes, a $50/ gold watch BBBBBBBBBBI-
f section of
r desolation and waste. The Emergency money to leave good sound trees farm mortgage
Fabric when pressing and in some and trips to seven short courses. I to And You'll) Jump Out of Bed It Mm fcne\to not flowing freely,your foot
,r. Adjustment Act makes It on an area when there Is a goo the Farm Act makes it possible '
Instances stains made Ironing a consider that club work has made 4_ digest I* just decay In tile bonk
k lawful and practical for them to sale for them, but the investmentIn by lower the interest rates on both old in the Morning Rarin to Go
moist apot on a fabric cannot be me a better boy than I would have Gu bloate up :your __ell. You less
get together and do so. It provides these few trees will be returned and new loans and to permit bor-
removed.A been otherwise and I have learned thick bad taite and your bnetb.ii foul... >Id>
r e I JOT a 'control of production to accord many times when another crop Is of cheesecloth be that wilVbe beneficial to me rowers, generally, to extend pay- If you feel sour and sunk and the oTtoi breaks out la btanbhea.. Your .bad.
with actual need and for harvested. piece may things ment the of their loans
ant on principal world looks punk don't swallow a lot ache and you feel. down and out Y.ur.boIt
the cloth In rest of
r orderly distribution of eaaestlaljmpplles. Trees to be left for geed produc- dampened by wetting the mylife., from the Federal Land Banks and of salts mineral water oil, laxative system.U poisoned.

; .'" tion should be marked before log- clean water and be wringing it very the RADIO nOME. PROGRAM! to loan money directly to farmers candy or chewing gum and expect It take*tboM good old CARTE R'S UTTU
i, e ging begins ao as to Insure the dry. This may placed on in districts!' where there are no Na- them to make you suddenly tweet! LIVER PILLS to let these two poundol

; The U. S. Bureau of Chemistryand leaving of the proper trees. fabric to be pressed, passed over The talks will be tional farm loan associations and buoyant and full of sunshine.' flowing froely and nuke:you fool" "up",dup."
of moderate following givenon
Soils from Its compilation of Trees too small to be cut for quickly with an Iron I through which applications may be for they can't do it. They only, They contain wonderful, harmlM, geode
the Florida Home broad-
;; information furnished by the manufacturers pulpwood should be protected from heat and ironing continued directlyon Period accepted. It also provides for move the bowels and a mere move vegetable Mtracti,an.nstag when It count
-L! 7 of'cups, reports that a damage as much as possible. Have the fabric after the cloth Is re cast from WRtTJeacb/ morning Farm Loan Commissioner's loans ment doesn't get at the cause. The making the bile flow freely.

Y1 total of 11,088,333 cups were sold the sawyers fell the larger treesin moved. This type of pressing, next week at 8:pill*.Ak for CirKr'i

lent winter for use In gathering a way to protect saplings'and should be done on the wrong aide : be given by \UN*!workers with the agents of the Farm Loan Commissioner your liver. It should pour out two Little Liver Pills Look for Mi'*mm C.rt rt

the 1933-34 naval stores crop. Not seedlings. of the fabric. Unless very care- State Home Demonstration Department : located In each of the twelve pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels Little Liver Fm oa the red Ub.l. Rooati

R! .eince 1930-31 have anywhere nearly e> fully done, this method is dangerous : ,4 Federal Land Bank districts. I daily. .tltute.S6eataUitone.. tlltll.C,..,Cto

lc; ao many cups been sold In a sea1 ?Pecan trees have given double because of the possibility of Saturday June 10-Parents' Forum Applications for information or

; son the average sales for the two yields in teats by the Florida Expe- water spotting.The loans under the new Act, the Farm ..
1 preceding seasons having been only riment Station where crotalarla better method is to use a Monday June 12A= Study of Credit Administration says, should

t'' lightly more than 2,000,000 cupa. was grown as a cover crop duringthe dry piece of fairly thick canvas Textile lgna-Mis. Lucy Belle be made to the secretary-terasurer

<, The average number of cups sold summer and Australian peas place It on the section to be pressed Settle. of the National farm loan associa- "I'd how swell it feels
i, ,' :io* the eight years, 1923-31 approximated during the winter compared with very lightly dampen the upper Tuesday June 13-The Commu- tion In the county in which the ap

1 { + 18,650,000 or 1,865 check plots on which no cover surface of the canvas with a nity Canning Program-Mrs. Edith plicant's farm la located, or to the

i J oropa of new cups each season. crops were grown. sponge from which most of the water V. D rrus. Canning Quality Products Federal Land Bank serving his to Vide on new tires all around"No
in Manatee
has been squeezed and then County-Miss State. In the absence of a loan

: And the \Worst is Yet to Come= Iron.Iron the This canvas properly with done a fairly will force hot Margaret Cobb.Wednesday, .June 14 -Weekly association touch with farmers their county should agricultural get in

steam into the fabric without per- Low-Cost Market Basket-Miss agent.

ems' a. td 77 mitting moisture to reach the fabric Anna Mae Slkea. The Federal Land.Bank for thU

thus eliminating the danger of Thursday, June 15: -Address by district la at Columbia, S. C.

., / water spotting. Miss Virginia PJ, Moore, home Improvement e

Another method of pressing specialist. GOLD MEDAL CONTEST

which la practical but somewhatmore Friday, Jun'& -Addrcaa' by YOn 4-H CLUB GIRLS 'sf
difficult of successful results Miss Flavta Gty&son; state home -

Is to moisten slightly the surface demonstration .agent Here's something which should
y : 1'J set Bradford 4 H girls buz
a of the fabric with a fine dispersionof County "
moisture from a spray gun us- Indicative of the problems con- zing. It's about the fine reward {

ing clean water as the ammunition. fronting hog raisers are the follow offered In a contest announced by '"fI.

Iron Immediately with an iron flow ing statements by the United the National Committee on Boys 4..1

t'1i. J temperature. In this method States Department of Agriculture: and Girls Club Work of Chicago,

I .:S A' rtilr care should be taken to make certain Where the American farmers aver- notice of which is Just received by.

that no drops of water reach aged 20 foreign customers for pork this paper. J
t s the fabric and also that the sprayIng In the 192 ..29 period, he had only The contest Is for girls enrolledIn' r- .No question about it, it

/ be extremely light. eight left In 1932. And where he home economics clubs and car- certainly feels great to have

RUBY McDAVID. had 40 foreign customers for lard rying on one or more projects the sure gripping longwearing -

I"p' during this same pre-depresslon pe- Every such girl has a chance to try : quick.atopplnl&
American people are now eating riod, he had less than 30 In 1932. for a handsome gold medal to be safety of new Goodyear

around eight per cent more pork This loss of export trade in hogs' awarded this fall to the county every wheel And for lees few

b'9" e and lard per person than they did bas had a detrimental effect on do- champion Selection Is to be made than a single tire cost a a

a J7 r 'od(' ,, before the World War. mestic prices. by the county and state extension I yeara ago you can buy\11-
whole ttt of Goodyear
i, l\ I agents. er
f i .-..-.. .-.. .-., ,- .-.?_..r The winner of championship Weathers nowl So take

..r J iNGHELPS'L; AT.ME then has a chance county to capturethe I advantage of present still low get

II! [. state title. The state prize In prices while you can the
them You can
r'r .- this contest Is a trip with aU expenses GOOI i A wocld'a beat-known tire, the
T paid to the Twelfth National Goodyear AH-Weather at

Aid AC.ncIM'Urge Canning to produce and preserve food-stuffs Club Congress to be held In A LL-VAl ATHER pricea you may never are

Canning of food products grownIn as a condition of additional assist- Chicago this December In connec- Superlwitt Cord TireREGISTER again.
; ance. tion with International Live
fields and the
I gardens cultivated by
the unemployed will be urged by In numerous Instances families Stock Exposition. ThIs state win lit it itI

II the co-operating Federal and State without land for gardens will be ner will be one of 40 girls In the Ill I
S helped to obtain the of idle
use to
country experience this great
aid agencies !it was announced in
0 fi w February by J. C. Huaklsaon, direc- acres by the local relief workers educational and sight-seeing trip.A .

t tor of the relief for Florida. who will alao supply seeds and grand surprise will be sprungat
plants. Chicago. This Is the awardingof
County councils charged with responsibility County agricultural and home a $400 agricultural college scholarship ,
.. for disbursing funds demonstration agents will cooperate to the outstanding girl In MOTOR CO.

:f provided by government action I hi furnishing cultural Information the group. Complete details may I

,. have been advising the beneficiaries and canning advice, so long as be obtained by Interested people

s;.. .Jf. .,ra.U.- 'rOO-::...... ..r:. c that they will be expected, they are retained In service. from the bounty extension agent. __ STARKE FLORIDA


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Israel, once committed a sin of national and blessing---and that way Is by FORESTRY DILL point of lu'Ktlnnlnir, thence westerly. 't i'
at right nnurltiN to nnlil road 105 foot, of r "i r'r'thence
pride and was offered by confession and .
repentance prayer.He -
Northerly parallel to eal<1 4 ;
BOB JONES the Lord Himself a choice of three has the Bible back of him In A forestry bill which would per- road S8W feet to n .nireot, thenoonlnnjf v ,
I different punishments Judg- this and mit the Internal\ nld Nii-p.tf to .ild road and ; 1i "
Iw or diagnosis prescription ImprovementFund thorn1. atonic Hiikt Laid> t t... point of 1 +
ments Including the alternativesof therefore he Is on safe ground.; Trustees> to acquire land by ).b.-wlnnliifr'' N'" ,.f MIC', ot HW14" ot y liNn

chastisement at the hand of human When King Solomon at the donation or purchase, and prov'1<' ld' Hi'filon:, !-'j ,of'I''MK.w:o.hlnod>'', of NWH Kanire.Almi In Heotlun -
OMMENTS enemies or chatlsement atGod's for the administration Improvement Towimhlp 6 South flange, 11 (t "
is lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.--Psalm 119:105. ; height of the glory of Israel'eklngdol1 Kant.AliMi., .
((1 ON hand David replied: "Let us \ and national life dedicated and disposition of such lands
I ; S'i of RHU of SW'4 of Section -
All HERE ** fall now Into the hand of the Lord; I the temple of God In Jerusa- for reforestation purposes passed Ii; and NV4 of FW4! of : tI
creed, it yare totbavdoctrine for His mercies are great: and let lem after It had been built tn all the House by a vote of 72 to 9. N'i HWVi of of NU'i Nib l J'4 of of NW to"1,,", Ion and NJ''J\a"d\ :

n ii love, loyalty devotion of the people, must be hold HEREAFTER. me not fall into the hand of man." Its beauty and glory he voiced one This was one of a series of forestry Township T Mouth, Kanite' 23 '#Knit '
,ipon the / J the Christ whose words fit into every andcrevie David spoke wisely, trustingly ; of the most remarkable prayers in measures urged by Governor Also all that portion of NWU ofSVVW
end of Section It, Township' 4
'"thJburnan heart, of whom It was said in John7:46"NEVER MAN Darwin living In the world of i humbly, and God honored David's all history. It began: "Lord God Dave Sholts as the state machin- Mouth" K..nre ** Kant:, which lien ,
Tills MAN: Went. Of S. I.. .
LIKE choice. ery and projects set up by theso A. Hy rlitht-of-wajr: ,
Nature, saw the forms of life and of Israel, there is no God like Thee and containing about nine acres ,
at Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this deffnr wondered how they originated. In Senator Hughes called attentionto In heaven above, or on earth beneath measures will tie In with the na- Also I 1'1\10' or1;'", of SWVi of SE.... 'r [I IRang.
F and of tional reforestation of Section IS, Township 6 South" {
activities organization announcew some the deplorable moral who covenant and plan sponsoredby ,
and other words he made certain observations keepest 19 East
freely given no charge made the only requlremeutlla conditions in the United States President Roosevelt.. It is believed ti i i'
o and decided that Evolution I mercy with Thy servants that walk Also Lota I, 1 and It of lllook SI In t, i
> tluchltenw reach this mc before Wednesday morning I with the paradox of Its riches and before Thee with all their heart. that these projects will serve Temple's: Addition to Town of Starke. 6
by Natural Selection be Florida.
Jjw they cannot be handled for current Isnue.I true. Remember Darwin might self-contained resources and yet He pleaded with God to hear Israel's to relieve unemployment and pro- W. :J. WPPKnSON.Aa .
-- -- --- -- Just !
-- extreme destitution and discontentHe vide Increased revenue for the Sheriff of Bradford t I "
- uttered In the first cruel momentof guessed. More than eight hundred prayers! during her coming f 1
I II I crucifixion). times he said "It be said: specific sins that the nation might state. KNTOIIT A KNIOUTCot4"t t.rkeFi"r
may "In all Attorney for Plaintiff.l6t> | |'-10
SCHOOL these respects the United I
national life and he not only
j 2. The Word to the Penitent or "We may suppose" or words to ; f
The most Immediate of the
BUNDLES States Is but an intensified replica cause ..
| claimed God's blessing upon the V ''' ow H
shalt thou be with that effectI
Robber-"Today es from which the world suffers la
of all the other Christian nations.
in Paradise.." I I people while they should walk In I
-- me What will be the outcome? obedience and faith but he named debts.-Gugltelmor Ferrero.
3. The Word of Personal Affec- am not a scientist, but I know -
FOR JUNE 11, 19S5 "We are told that Sodom would specific slna that the nation might, ATLASThe
tion mother about science than the
( his more
committing Maryto aver- Grant had his headquarters at
not have been destroyed If ten just
and he
the of his beloved teacher of science knows about perhaps commit pledgedGod's Cairo from
Jesus on the Cross.Golden care age men had been found within the and In ad. September, 1861, to t
SUbjeCt, behold the Bible. I have had a chanceto mercy forgiveness
John-"Woman. thy son good April. 1862.
Text: "God commendeth city. There Is doubtless a far It Israel jj''
S Behold thy mother." make observations. I have vance, as were provided Standard Oil '
toward us. In that white greater proportion of just persons would repent and return to God. 1\10'1'111 TO ittcnTona< AND
,III love 4. The Word of Spiritual SufferIng preached In forty states for more .
sinners, Christ died In the world today than .ten would An Solomon thus prayed for bless CHHmruilS i
Tire GuaranteedOne
'e were" 5:8.: -"My .God, my God. why hast than twenty-five years and I have have been! to the population of ing Ms people conditionedupon Notice la hereby arlven that all -
Romans upon creditor leBnteee. dliitrtbuteoa. and
ores. thou forsaken me? that the more the Evolutionary
Text: Mark 15:22-29.: Sodum and the mercy of God Is as their repentance and prayer all poraona having claims aaalnatthe YearFrigidaire
Lesson Place of Lesson: Fri- 5. The Word of Physical Suffering Hypothesis is taught and great now as It was then, or as It so ruler and nation slate of Alice Humphrey 4.-
and may any any
Time -"! thirst. believed the less spiritual life peo ceased are hereby: reuueatoil: to fro- %
7 A.D. 30; Jerusalem. ever was."Humility.. today: sent their clalma, to the HonorableK.
pray $
ay, April 6. The Word of Completion-"It pie have. I am sure that Darwin'sguess the virtue opposed to K. I'srrynmn County Judge ofHradfonl .M...........1 ;* v
Introduction Is finished." which has been accepted by "Then hear Thou In heaven Thy ; (Cnunty, Florida, for nil )
and arrest ofesus pride. would probably save the and and do approval, within on. (1) year from I'
the betrayal 7. The Word of some unscientific men who call dwelling place, forgive ,
After I world at any time. But how many date hereof, or this notice will b.
as shown In last Sunday'sn "Father into Thy SUbmittal-I themselves scientists, has! done and give to every man according to held In tier theroto, and all person
Individuals will down their
get ...
on Indebted to Hnltl a I. are renueat*
tried before theMedrln. his whose heart Thou know-
He was mend my spirit"CHURCH more to wreck and damn human knees and humbly and sincerelyask ways ed to pay their sold debt forthwith } 'y,
the high court of the souls than any other theory for the est; (for Thou even Thou only tt the uiiiierpliciipd. executor.. c G 7 1
God for ? There is
guidance' no
Thl. Mil dRY of May A. D. 1089.
hurriedly con- knowest the hearts of all the chil-
ewe. which was OF GOD last hundred years. means of knowing- Certainly few i 5-8-et-d-ao A. 8. CHICWS.NUKIIIPK'M : the three F ;
year guar-
during the night In the house dren of men;) that they may fear
statesmen will officially do It and .
"" "11I"'eby
d,f the high priest. His enemies We are going to launch an old "Give me life beyond this life lit U not likely that any nation will Thee all the days that they live in. notice. la Ktven that under' anted electric refrigerator +
determined beforehand thate the land which Thou gayest unto and by virtue of that rnrtaln writ of.x.uut 4,
ad time revival with old time preach and give me something to do. .
do it. will .
officially They rely upon Ion May Slut, A.D. 1 t f
must die, but they experienced ing, and old tlmeb.r SHRDLUS Thus prayed a great man. other means, upon what they can our fathers. 1933, by ;d""u"i. nr the hand andHpal I iC n
Ufflculty in finding a plausiblend time praying and we believe God is notwithstanding Which nation will be the first or Clvrk of Circuit Court ofHradtord
accomplish themselves -
County, Florida that '
- for condemning Him. Fldly ;going to save people in the old Men want to live. No sane man the mess. they have madeof today, to turn to God as a nation In certain judgment of record on In saidCourt .t 1 4 2J
He was declared guilty of I time way. Revival will start Sun ever committed suicide. Don't':, things. prayer, In repentance and confes- wherein flank of Starke, arnrporatlon '
IK vlalntlff, and Roy For sale by
..tasphemy\ for claiming to be the day and we extend a welcome to misunderstand me. Some Insanity "Worldly means are all right In sion, that God may forgive bless, Edwards and J.W. Bdwnrda: are d..-
Irist, the Son of God. In the our friends. Is due to sin and God always holds and restore? fendantM. 1 have levied l upon. and will
their place. But 1 do not think Hell t. the, hi .r for rani
ming the Jews led Jesus away Church of God, Saxton Fla. man accountable for sin. But whena God can be left out of the reckon- ---S on Mondav, the Nrdday of July, 1B83,
Pilate, that he might confirmheir Pastor R. F. Kirkland. man takes his own life, he is during the It-its'' hmire. of rule In 4t it
o ing, and It seems to me to be the Amended to permit juries to recommend front, of the Month door of Ihe County Smith Service
sentence of death, for onlyhe --e>-, mad. duty of every one ''who thinks In mercy thus providing an court ho,.. if Bradford County, )
executehe In Bunko, 1"lnrldlIh... following
Romans could legally PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH this way to do his bit publicly and automatic penalty of life Imprisonment Innda. lylnir unit hvhtK.. lit said liritil-
death penalty. They realized God planted in the human heart privately. as In first degree murder ford County, Florida, or KO much
hat their charge of blasphemy Rev. George H. Lowry minister. the love of life. A drowning man In other word Senator 'Hughes cases, the bill which would Inflict thi-i-ec.f. jiHlicmont( ua la with HN iitlnl ousts. to of mttlxrymild elocution Station t f1 '

auld have little weight with Plate Services Sunday June 11, as fol- will grasp a straw.,, A dying man believes the trend of the times is the death penalty In Florida for to-wlti,

and they therefore accused lows: will Instinctively struggle for away from God and that there Is kidnapers was passed and will become 8Kitnn fc'rotit! SI"point, Township whore fl Hnulh tfoutll,line Ualtfreta ,of Starke Fla. 4' : j
lirlst of perverting the nation, of 10 a m.-Sunday School; T. S. breath, however great may be the only one safe and sure way back to a law with the Governor's Kant: crnmtia west ..d1(" of stets ,
orWddlng to give tribute to Cae- Williams, acting superintendent. of breathing.Yes back road. No. 18 thence run Northerly uj
agony God-which means to safety signature. alone said slate road K8SH feet t.i u nPl 111f" M
ar. and of saying that He was aKing. 11 a. m.-Morning Worship; sermon .
Pilate knew that Jesus was by the pastor "Christ the we want to live, but what I }

Innocent, yet to appease the clamor Way." would life be without something to

[,r The people he finally delivered 7 p. m.-Christian Endeavor; do? I couldn't be happy In heaven

Him to be crucified.The leader, Estelle Kendrick. Miss without a job. Think of just hav

lesson begins "And they Margery Stump will represent this ing to sit down forever.

ring Him unto the place Golgotha, society at the Summer Conferenceof A
hick is, being Interpreted the Presbyterian Young People at We die with our tasks Incom-

.lace of a skull." The word "Gol- Benson Springs which begins next plete, with our plans unfinished,
;otha" Is the Jewish word for the week. and with our dreams unfulfilled. 1ti Jh1

atin "Calvaria," for which we use 8 p. m.-Evening Worship song In heaven we shall have all eter- fA; ,

he word "Calvary." and sermon. nity for the completion of our

"And they gave Him to drink Our midweek prayer meeting has tasks, the finishing of our plans,

.ins mingled with myrrh; but He been discontinued until fall. and the realization of our dreams.In .
wived\ It not." This drink stupe- 'A 'cordial Invitation to all 'cur, heaven we can work without

led the body and nerves and ra services extended to all. weariness. There will be no stop- ,4jl + k
wed the suffering on the cross.t .. ping for rest. There is no night in 8 tr t

t wag provided by a society of LAWTEY CHURCH uuawavabV heaven. It is one busy, but restful .tea %. .: :

omen at Jerusalem."And ->____ eternal day.WILL .
when they had crucified First Baptist Church .

Him, they parted His garments Hev. L. F. Chapln pastor. TilE NATION PRAY J "iat'; '

lasting lots upon them, what every Preaching services first and

man should take." Most of you third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. (The following clipping from

know the manner of crucifying a m. the Toronto Globe was sent In to ..... -....
person. It was a cruel painful Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- The Telegraph by a subscriber -:

death to which no Roman could be wood supt. with a request that it be printedIn N.

subjected, but only slaves and Prayer Service 7:30: p. m. Wed- our Church Section. We take 4 y .
criminals guilty of reason or other nesday.B. pleasure in presenting. the an- "l Mrt'ic 1y u

'Infamous crimes. The victim would Y. P. U. 0:30 p. m. Sunday. tide) roMfkd, 6

'sometimes hang on the cross for '" + 1 N I
several days before dying. Grace M'E: : Church I Are there any great nations to- 9{

"And it was the third hour, and Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. I day conspicuous for their national 1 e ; ;
they crucified Nina And the sub- Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays. prayer life led In prayer by their

scription of his accusation was at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. I rulers and governments"? Are there

written over, THE KINQ.OF THE Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. :: any nations today submitting

JEWS" The scribes asked Pilateto m. I themselves to God In national con- 'vlvr rXv 1 a .,. 6 f ,('

change the Inscription to "He Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. fession of sin, heart-searching repentance ; .lr sarrl'r i

ald that He was the King of the Mary Moore, supt. and humble pleadingwith t ae Cos rfx"y

Jews," but Pilate refused. League 6:30: p. m. Sunday. God for forgiveness, guidance g r

"And with Him they crucifiedtwo and blessing In both spiritual and ff t e i iti
thieves; the one on His right Fraternal material matters? N u

hand,and the other on his left. And Lawtey Lodge No. 189! F. it A.; Yet every nation today Is experiencing 4- '' '

the scriptures was fulfilled which M., meets at city hall building let severe suffering and test- II, < ,
with, And He was numbered with and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:80 p. m Ing. Why has this testing time e

the transgressors." See Isa. 53:12.: T. T. Blackburn, W. M come upon the nations"? "A Sen i

And they that passed railed on O. J. Phillips, Secy. ator's Diagnosis" was discussed re- 3
HIm, wagging their heads and cently In an editorial In the Globe I'

''fylng, Ah, thou that destroyest SCHEDULE CHANGED which called attention to the ad- : '

the temple, and build est It In three I No. 1, southbound limited, due dress of the lion. J. J. Hughes. The ;

lays, Save thyself and come down Starke 10:88: p. m. Senator expressed his belief that

rom the cross. Likewise also the No. 11, southbound local, due the root causes of the world's

chief priests mocking said among Starke 9:17: a. m. Daily except trouble today are spiritual and
themselves with the scribes. He Sundays. moral and that men need to come L ,

saved" others; himself He cannot No. 107 southbound due back to God.Speaking .

"save. Let Christ the King of Israel Starke 10:07: a. m. of the atheism that I

descend now from the cross that i No. 2, northbound limited due was openly taught In the universities I ptyyr

lVe may see and believe. And they Starke 6:08: a. m. of Germany before the World ]' I Ixk.

that> were crucified with Him reviled No. 12 northbound local due War, and the well-known fact that ..

Him." Later one of the thieves Starke, 3:17: p. m. pally except German scientists and higher crit- : r.

ClUed on Jesus to aid him, (Luke Sundays. : ics had gotten away from "the superstitions jy1
23:40-43): ). No. 108 northbound limited due of Christianity" and the

And when the sixth hour was Starke 6:11: p. m. Idea of a Supreme Being this idea Offering Chevrolet Quality and Dependability Modern Aer- f

come, there was darkness over the Starke and Wannexj BranchNo. of worshipping ourselves rather

whole 1 land until the ninth boar" 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., than God appealing so strongly .

'la darkness was probably from No. 102 arrives'2:40 p. m. that "many rich families in every Stream Styling No Draft Ventilation Fisher Bodies andWorld } P3 '

lrnatural power/ T. J..Griffin Agent part of the world sent their sons ,

"And at the ninth hour Jesus to Germany to finish their educa-

"wo with a loud voice sayingEUo, CLOSING OF tion," the Senator remarked: "Per Record
<*o lama SabachthanlT which is, MAILSMall haps nation have to be punishedIn the use of delay- duplicated. Here is a car $o ; ;,
being interpreted this world for their Infidelities

See, why hast thou, forsaken My God.me my?" No.Train 11-Parcel South Post___ 9:00: Closes a.m. as they cannot, like Individuals, be W ing longer to buy that dependable that police de-;
Psalm In the next. Do not however -
this" expression 22:1.: Is not The agreed meaning upon.of No. 107-Letters.Delivery Special.& Spe- punished, let us delude ourselves with new car you want and need? /CHEVROLET partments, big fleet opera- #, '

And Jesus cried with a loud cial Handling.. 9:50: a.m. the Idea that Germans are much Here are the'best things mo- tors, and other organizations- s?
nice, and all other respects
and different in these
;he Veil of gave the temple up the was ghost rent And In No. 12-Parcel North Post and from the people of other toring can offer: Aer-atream styling with the smart able to pick from the entire field, have chosen it without ; ) i

;wain nd from the top to the bottom. Letters .__-__- 3:00: p.m. countries. A little Introspectionmight harm. new pointed radiator, beaver-tail back and skirted hesitation. And it is yours at a price so low that''
when the which do none of us any
toad over against centurion them, saw that No. 108-Letters.Delivery Special A Special Germany has Indeed been punIshed fenders.; No Draft Ventilation that lets you make the monthly payments will be surprisingly easy to t
e has not?
hn.V 08t.Sf he cried said out Truly, and this gave man up was the Starke and Handling Bell BranchMall 5:50 p.m. Thoughtful/ ; and Christian what nation people cannot your own weather, summer and winter. Real mohair meet. What's more, when you get to trading, you'll 4':

.he Son of Cod* These events aid closes ____________ 7:00 am. persuade themselves that the difficulties upholstery safety glass windshield, and many find Chevrolet dealers willing to go all the way to ,
proving Christ to be the Son ofajn'V' ________ that have fairly J"
____ 2:40p.m.
Mall arrives )
most of the world are merely hu- other luxury features exclusive to Chevrolet at this make it possible for you to own a new

'> BUST LL'E i I man, merely natural, and that God
py this statement from : r
' .. Notes: has had nothing to do with bring price. Here is smooth, fast, comfortable transportation CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICHIGAN

'r)55 The() even Words From the North Bonud South Bound : ing judgment afraid upon to the face world.this fact We -a valve-in-head six capable of breathtakingpre t. o. b. Flint Michigan. Special .quipan.nt extra. Low >
Mark _________ 9:34: A. M. need not be ; a
gives us only one of 4:18 A. M.
brill : rather we should welcome this performance and economy that simply cannot be d.ll"ed prlooe and eoSV'O.M A. C. te"ne. AO.n.ralbTetet.valu..
P. M.
"',) utterances from-the cross. 1:59: P. M.________12:04: i
that It la best to list all seven 4:59: P. M.----- 6:19: P. M. fact for the God who must necessarily -

ere' In the order In which they 8:19: P M_,_---- 2:04: A. M. Judge human failure and sin Chevrolet
ere spoken Is a God not only of judgment and Torode Company
The and justice He- Is a
1. Word of Forgiveness! Cyprus has been governed by righteousness

II Ow ther.not forgive what them; for they more alien countries than even God demption.also of love When and David mercy king and re-of SJA8KE; FLORIDA _,6JCE ; l'l'tit" '

they do" ,(probably Palestine. _

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished The WE announcement ARE FORTUNATE that from Ijf -

1877 $75,000 to $80,000) of Federal funds Maybe You've e N \' -Jy Wlll

would be appropriated for the pur- ,

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class pose between of straightening Starke and out Santa Road Fed 13 Heard It, But ; I- --:-- -- ,,..-

Mutter the Post Office at Starke. Florida bridge came this week as a ray cf I
I light through the fog of what promised I j
to be a dull summer for Bradford PLOTS FOlt.f AI.K::
E. L. Matthews______________________ Editor and Owner County. How are add. ctfflllng' with that II # /1 .
fi short story?' urely''y: 'bu must be I
The project will be begun an noon :
SUBSCRIPTION RATE as rl&hts-of..way have been se- wtlting'a'ehotC: .tot-y:-everyone' Is, QV r wi } +

Six Months 75c Payable In Advance cured, according to Leon B. no\v-a-days. ''1n' the hope 'of being "
Yearly, $1.50; -
Home help to ybu, we've gone to the
Second Division engineer
Advertising Rates on Application trouble of clipping; a few little Li
with the State Road Department,
and will come during the lull between I Items froM: the dally papers,.which

Add similes : Useless as an unsigned check. -,strawberry seasons, when you-'may or may not have ''owr-
looked (frankly, we hope you overlooked
0 this county can well afford to have
I[ them :=:- otherwise there
.rk', : money coming In from an outride, \
I kf ,A canal fop Florida seems to be in the cards. Jl( wouldn't be much point to thto-coN
'f' source., faA r limn): Any one of the following
VfT'' O ,jt.ri t-, H[ note' of hope for Bradford clippings would make a swell short

Those whg.Iike huckleberry piesshould, help putgputfor-, ; County unemployed is added by the I story, we think. We really had
fact that one of the provisions Idea of them ourself
fires. some using
eat! n f
; rttcaGLn.r"Jo I
the- federal governmentIn
made by
some time; but then the weather
provldl'ftg"tbe money Is that local I'turned hot and moths got in our 'jf(

V' Green corn is here, watermelons, are the next treat'Ion labor shall bused wherever possible : bathing suit, .and-oh well;' youprobably'wbn'
This means that approximately :!!: M1le
the @ Use them anyway,
1 program. i $70,000 will be paid to laborers so what' thesdifference7PITxl3TT1tII '

o ?",>., ,, ,' in this County during the --

I Eddie Cantor says that a diploma. is only a license,to.:go summer months, :when' many of ''Fa. _: A train

out and lool$ for a job., k ,. them source would of income otherwise- have aa window T offered)! ajsurprla I';!' ,t
o !: M4ltorA, and her four- ,
It Is hoped that the County Bond year-old daughter of this city. It i
Will barber shops seem less homelike now that they are Trustees, who unanimously favored opened, but not until mother 'and ,. :
'the will meet no 'obstaclesIn I <
calling barbers "chriotonsors. child had spent some perspiring L -
e, 0 immediately securing rights-of- momenta struggling with It. /BrM! ECIFlLtF'
The new road' bed will pass
way. When it did the event came _
According to student's examination an Oxonian of eight residentsand
a paper, through property so suddenly tht they both fell out

y Js a man who drives a pair of oxen. three or four non-residents of of,the window In' the slowly moving,
the county, but it Is unthinkablethat train. Both were bruised slightly
l o any of these will oppose the but I
expressed more surprise at the
Someone has remarked that three-two beer is not intoxi- project dace the benefits to be de- opening, at the window than at I

} cating unless you have three too many. rived from it throughout the coun- their, miraculous escape.
ty are so obviously manifold.
f -

Procrastination is the thief of.timeiand! so is the. fellow Although mile west the of new Hampton road ,passesone it is OZONA, Texas-Citizens of Ozo- ES
na believe they hold the unique .d iertal.wrm
who stops to tell you about his operation., I believed that there".will be no concerted ,distinction of feeding negroes ao

,r --_pAn I opposition from residents' of much watermelon they had to go to

exchange asks "which is the best county in Florida" our highway neighboring la to be town maintained, since the by the old I bed. Tradition In the South saysa
: negro cannoteat, enough watermelon
I Some people are always going around looking'for a fight i ,. State Road Department and since to" to ilLv IIr.t.

0 several years of having a highway Citizens,.qe*;e ujiaiertalned" the .
S h
; !
main'street have '
Carolina ; pass throughobtf Tenth Cavalry jpand of the United :.
A North pickaninny, sent by a Latin scholar to awakened all of us to the fact that States Army jyHli 1 a watermelon

borrow "a Cicero book," asked for a "Cicerobuck catalog." the benefits derived from through feast after a concert. They learned, .

o ., traffic are few and far between.In after the bandr resumed Its tour, 'fOf'M'' 4 tily0/dANl jtl '
; the old days of road buildingIt s r .
The Sunshine City News says that Dad'' always used to was regarded as a matter of life that,thlrty-fou: colored: musicians 7PJit $PD 000 hbd lth'p 1
had to go to bed when they reached t
; have his board of education laying handy out in the woodshed. and death to a town that it shouldbe their next itop., *

situated on a main thoroughfare *" c yoM-'DigTHnGFT dftnn5 ; #
o -, .
2 but bitter experience has 4 ..d" and g acceptable wife
vgfll BSbUah
;, your
The town idiot thinks that half-year tags are for automobiles that outside of an 'occa- NEWCASTLE, Eng.-A youngster I -

so aged that they: are calculated to last only for the sional proven purchase of gasoline or soft at a named nursery Patrick school, who near is a Gates-pupil :'I when the bell-hop brought my ic

next six months.If drinks the chief contribution of head, probably will be telling this water that night he took time out
highways is automobile accidents. story years from now: I ;From Other Pens II 00 Late while I was huntln' for the dime,
o There la no doubt but what townsin explain' how if It hadn't been fc
The Prince of Wales visited the
you see a man with a disgusted look on his face he's Bradford County will realize school, and as the children crowded .60 his personal influence with Legit\
direct benefit from this sum- elassifJ lator So and So It would have bee
probably just been comparing his garden with the picturesin about him stepped on Patrick'sfoot. CURE AND PREVENTION
mer's road work than they would Just too bad.
the seed catalogs. The Tampa Tribune Is authorityfor B, RUSSET
from ten years of transient traffic. ."Oh. I'm sorry Patrick," said S.cres.ry. Florida; lWA/ KAY So if it happens you get fed u;
the statement that a New York
0 Aside from providing a large
the Prince "Now you can treadon on Jig-saw puzzles you might com
Walter he didn't reallze'how payroll to be spent In this immediate '' chemist has a sure cure for the up here during a session and nee
Winchell says scarce jobs mine, And so the curtain drops on the
h vicinity the new road will Increase Solemnly Patrick stamped on after effects of a night out and & Florida Legislature for 1933. It you can figure out who it really L
were until he heard a candidate paid $40,000 trying to get one the'pleasure and /
greatly the royal toea.GEOROVESTI., head as big as a bureau the next waa some show, sixty big days arid that kills cockrobin.Of .
for a couple of years. safety of driving on Road 13. Many -t-- morning, which will be tried out sixty big nights. Florida's great course I don't know any thin;

+i o accidents, several of them fatal to ,. Rumania The after repeaL Why not try It out public benefit entertainment, with I about it, but I got a'funny bund

Add dark spots on the horizon: someone has predicted occupants of the automobiles, have curves occurred Introduction of motion picturesinto now and save many human lives 7 a caat of over three hundred andmore.than that if you got right down to th
on dangerous this village caused a stampedeIn -Times-Union. : two'thousand acts. bottom of things you'd find that li
that Long is to become of the big figures in America north of Hampton. The new I '
Huey one Just
death which twelve persons were A preventative la always better We hope you liked It and It any- there,, really Is a bird or two up
t in, the next two years.. road will eliminate these I trampled, some, of them being seriously than a cure. If you wish to avoida one is 'dissatisfied you might step here with enough on the ball ti
S o traps as well as one railroad cropp injured.A swolen head and shattered nerves up to the box-office and try to get really put a bill through all by

ing. th4'piece peasant audience, no memberof on Tuesday morning, drink all the your money back. The customary himself, he'd be the last guy In the
t Send flowers to the editor who intended to write "Noted Altogether it seems as if
which had ever sen a movie be- nice cool water you want up to concert after the big show will not world to tell anybody about It
Mormon Dies At Advanced Age" but printed it "Noted Moron of road cdnstructlon would be at : fore, was assembled in the hall to bed-time Monday night. Put up be held In spite of the fact that _-
benefit to the county NUS
of great view atlneraatlc thriller, and sud curtain the side of THE THAT COfM:
i''t Dies At'Advanced Age. It does : the on breezy some of the best acts were not pre-
time but coming as
any denly the sce-. aahed flashed to :your sleeping porch. Go to bed sented. But it is expected by many When you think of a man you seldom -
o now, when ao many I a locomotive roaring straight down about 8 o'clock and listen to the that, the same cast will stage a return think

'4 Rudy Vallee, it is claimed, sings ninety per cent of his are out fortune of work for, It Is which a strokeof :we the track. mockingbird singing in your grape engagement in Tallahasseenext Of the knowledge he baa of
good -The engine appeared to rush out vine. Then drift peacefuly off intoa fall. books;
songs in D flat or B natural. We'd rather hear a singer B should be thankful. No time should
from the screen Into the hall and slumber as profound as that ofa e e You seldom think of the clothes bi
natural than D- flat. ,?I be lost In making things ready for the sight of this giant monster sleeping infant. Get out of bed ''The wears, '
understanding was
o the work to begin.o seemingly coming to, run them about 4:30: Tuesday morning while would get relief at this session. His habits; brfaulta or looks.
Rattlesnakes, they say, 'are so deaf that they cannot hear THE MEANS- -ARE, OURS, I down was too much, for the spectators the dew Is on, the grass; inhale the Well! now that it's all over there
They,all.*made,a*.wild rush cool morning1' atr; laden with the be Ypu seldOm think of the car be
their own rattles. It will do practically no good, then,, to say Florida air, sunshine, and natural for the door and in the ensuing fragrance of' 'the honeysuckle; seems to some difference of drives
that .
opinion on score.' But the fact
J "Go way I" to one of the reptiles. beauty are her greatest attractions frensy.att fitting. of the buildingwere drink plenty more good cool water, that It's' over is relief enough for Nor the bonds? bis gold 154

says a pamphlet 'circulated wrecked. and if you feel any unpleasantaftereffects most folks. bought;
recently by the State Game Com- of the night before
i, The Crescent City Journal thinks that people who believein mission. "Thla. with 'our fishing NEW YORK r- Mary Nusled we'll buy you a bottle of Uiree-lp- I You sent sixty lawyers 'to the When mostly you think think of a man you|I

education without religion are as foolish as those.who'be- and hunting.. are our greatest attractions twenty-six years old. Is at her one. Repeat this every- day in the 'Legislature to look after your Interests I Of some kindness he has wrought!
to tourists," the booklet home recovering from acid burnson year if you want to. It won't hurt However, the private axe
lieve in religion without education. '* I her left and grinders had twice that many and
arm contemplatingthe DeFunlak Herald.
continues,, I you. You him not his blocks o'
_- -p Nature lovers should do all fickleness of men and the swift --- they paid 'em a lot more than you Judge by

'" Florida in providing the death penalty for kidnapers, has and flight of summer romance. PALATKA TO CELEBRATE paid yours. So consider what stocks,
possible to preserve protect Last she told the your boys were up against, maybe Nor his power of name or pen;
authorities -
taken a step towards preventing criminals from interfering II' add to Florida's beauty and make summer of the hospital, who treat- Probably the outstanding Fourthof they didn't do so bad after all. You judge a man by the place M>

with the joys that should attend parenthood her worthy of her name, "The Landof ed her for the. burns, she had a July celebration of this year tin They had the odds against 'em madeIn
Florida will be held Palatka
1 Flowers." The writer of the sweetheart-Identified at the hospital at most of the time and if you,think the hearts of his fellow 111111-
0 pamphlet says that a few cents when the citizens of PutnaSn: It's an easy Job to buck the..legal
only aa Jimmy.
,e ,An Oregon man has cultivated a "fruit salad" tree on worth of flower seed such aa phlox, ,One langeroua night In June--or County the will lifting get together of tolls to from rejoiceover the talent of the lobby you .just' don't You judge him more by the tiP:

he plumbs nectarines lumcots apricots petunia, periwinkle and black-eyed It know; he's made.
which grows peaches, maybe was July, or August- beautiful memorial bridge over the
rl that will reseed after once she and went out And when the By the way be has faced th
and simoni prissardi.: What? No mayonnaise? susans Jimmy to Coney St. Johns River. The memorial I boys come home
,j2 being planted, if scattered alongour Island, and while there, 'to prove bridge, built by Putnam County by and start tellln you about howtlay.got strife;
o highways will more than repay their, love"'and,.plight their troth issuing bonds, was a aelf-llquldaf this and that bill through And not the-:amount of the

: O. O. McIntyre, in commenting on the growing popularity the Individual, or community that each bad twln/heartat.tattooed on lag project,.,to be, paid for. ,'the don't'believe a word of It. No oneguyever account
of, cheesy for breakfast, quotes an old German proverb: la thoughtful enough to put fortha the arm:*l>Th.:,uDllne '''waned 'and tolls collected from those who.: passover got a bill through 'all by He'a managed (o,get In bls lIle
little time and effort for the sake ao did Jimmy's' love she said anda Sometime himself ''He might draw' It, or Introduce
M the bridge, ago,
"Cheese in the morning is golden-at noon silver-at night of beautification. short time ago'ahe heard that he the Putnam commissioners succeeded It, or sponsor It, or some- You think of the friend he's ken'

lead.," And. fortunately, flowers are not waa wed to another. Since then, In making an arrangement thin';. but It's always a couple of to men.
o the only things that thrive In Flor she said.'the dally reminder of her with the State Road Department other guys that really put it The good that he has done.
ida. Our stockmen and cattle raisers lost romance, brought to her mind will through..During'every.. And you judge tee sort of s JIIIII
in under which the State takeover
Let's reject the philosophy of paternalism government have the beat natural conditions by the sight of the tattooed hearts, the bridge and aaaume either legislative- session be la _

+' and fall back upon our own creative powers-let's quit asking to raise good cattle-mild climate wa* too much so last night she part or all of the outstanding: Tallahassee Is filled with professional Bbe'the friends that he has w

,,; for this and that from 1 the government. Let's not,look upon and plenty of water. This tried to,burn them away; with acid. bonds for payment out of Putnam's "blll-put-throughers. With- -Keli her (Minn.) Fort"-,
abundance of water supply can be out 'em-you haven't chance. -
allotment from roads funds set got a ,
our national state and local problems from a "let George do it" made the means of raising more NEW YORK-Jean Malln. mas- aside for that district. The State They'll fix anything anytime. at 'WbI- "'Tory were fl\'llt""P"

standpoint. It is up to us as citizens to secure and maintain feed than the cattle can eat and ter-of-ceremonlea at the Club Argonaut will not operate the bridge as a any price. They know everybodyAnd plied to English political parts

'1 the kind of government our collective intelligence and abilities will also help supply food for ourwild Is one of the moat extra- toll bridge. everything and are broken out Charles D'. reign.
; life By spending a few cents ordinary characters In New York's 'all over with political influence. -
deserve.-. G. Ferris executive vice-president, Illinois or dollars for the seed of fowl and night life. He la Just u likely to As a. toll bridge always acts asa I If you even look like: you cot a The oldest scientific society III

Chamber of Commerce. flan feeds such u wild rice eelgrass appear on the dance floor in an extremely bottleneck to traffic on a high doubt, in 'your mind, they'll ,grab the United States is the PW
there is much in
'0 water celery and water cress lavendar gown 71-fix m way, rejoicing you by the arm and -drag- you phial Society of Philadelphia.r .
j$ and scattering these seeds In all tremely decollete lavendar gown Palatka and Putnam over the lifting 'round the lobby alappin'backs and -
Psychologists after exhaustive research, report that lakes, ponds and streams they will aa In male attire:' of the obnoxious toll charges. shakin' hands like It was old home NEW LOAN BLANKS

fifty' per cent of the conversation of men is about money- grow and multiply rapidly and re- Once he aroused the contemptuous Therefore, to fittingly celebrate the 'week or somethln'. Every bird AT IAWTEV oFFlC
seed. The planting of these feeds regard of four tough patrons occasion a Fourth of July celebration they meet Is "my pal." If you like -

I$amusements will attract wild game fowl, such who expressed...thelr opinions of is being planned,. to which Pa boloney and banana oil you'll sure (Continued from page U)
u geese and ducks and would be him in ao unmistakable terms.'"Ob latka Is Inviting all of her sister Have a grand and glorious time up mortgage will li possible, be i made

IS' Women, they say, talk about men forty-four percent nineteen the means of making Florida the swish!'* warbled'Malin In his high cities. Members of the State Road 'here. And you can enjoy the gumshoe by a representative of a natJOJII-

cent about other women, and nineteen per cent about greatest game country as well aa a soprano hoisting his train high Department will attend In a body dancln and pussy-footln' at farm loan association and the a
per and Governor Sholta to be It'"
hopes i
land of plenty of cattle. and knotting It. before he went the same-time. valuation will be placed upon
clothes. What we are wondering is just where the psychologists When a generous creator has Into action -('Whisk yourselves able to grace the occasion with his; Just for fun I thought I'd try if he had applied through so sf '

figure that the weather comes in? I supplied ua with the means of making away." presence. In addition the St. Johns and get the low-down on who was elation.

!\ a paradise on earth It seems Five minutes later he had all River Improvement Association really responsible for a certain ''TheJoan limits are tt, DI'
o I almost criminal that we should fall four bad men licked to,a frazzel. will hold Its meeting In Palatka on piece of legislation that went whether farmer secures si JoII'

4i i The book} "Curious'Customs" answers the question "Why to da.: our share in developing. its The Job finished he turned to his the Fourth and the St. Johns Val. through last week, so I put on my through the national farm lo" s|

," do. :we shake hands?" thusly: "Once upon a time men only resources. admiring crew, and said, "Gracious, ley Airways Association is planning best country-boy expression and soclation or borrows dlr :tly P St

a shook hands wheh, in the midst of a fight, they called a truce. meteor found' I've ruined my dress." an air meet'program. began askin' about it. the bank. The maximum
An Iron In 1821 Many amusement features will Five Senators, eleven Representatives which be made Is WV
Then each adversary, to make sure that the other did not in the desert of Adrar, Mauretania s The British government declared be provided for visitors and Pa- nine "billputthroughera.1four : cent of-the may appraised normal'd;

stab him or indulge in other foul play extended his sword is said to be 300 feet long. the signers of the Declaration: of latka la extending an Invitationfor1 attaches.and one :Janitor all of the land for agricultural P

I hand for his foe to graip." The book makes no attempt to party Independence were traitors and rewards everybody to comet and take took Individual "cross my heart poses plus twenty per Cl'nt.: of....
The Labor is In power In of 300 pounds were offeredfor part in what promises to be an en- and hope to die" credit for IL.But, value of the permanent, ,IJIII"-I
do shake hands?
swer the question "Why politicians Australia. their
apprehension. joyable occasion.Ocala Star. ,wait you ain't heard nothln' yet Improvement. |f


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