Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01085
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C$400$ Takenom No In Double Postoffice Parking Block Camp Now Full NO PENSIONING Tax Measure Short School Term j J S,!1 a

City Council Orders FOR OLD. FOLKS

Oil i I Agent The days of double-parking in the. Of Young Men; So many Inquiries- line come Will Confuse ,

postoffice block are gone forever In to the Telegraph fflce In regard Ten Per Cent CutBoardHasDecreed

If an order, issued to Chief A. I*: to the old ace pension blU

Hold-Up Here Alvarez this week by the City: Ready To WorkNearly that we are taking this oppor Until Defined

Council la enforced. I tunity of Informing our reader.
Automobile drivers who wish to that this measure did not be- -

l* Alesander Robbed By Two attend to business, no matter how I 200 Arrive Wedn<>sday| come law. 1 County Offlrlals Do Not Know r?

Negro Men Late Saturday urgent, must, find a. place next to Will Build Fire Breaks Over The bill provided foi' peanlon- \Vtathor They Must Accept

Night the curb to park or else-. Mem- Entire County Ing persons who become seventy City Bonds Or Not -
ber; of the. council hinted darklyat year if age and without visible -
B Atexander-agent at the arrests, fines and other drastic means of support. It we. Introduced The new Futch law which makes Bradford Contributes ECONOMY IS NECESSARY

a Petroleum Corporation's bulk measures. One hundred and eighty-five Into the Lrgtolature by several radical changes in the manner A Small Amount 41'
Florida boys, who have been in
Saturday night was Representative' M. M. Andrewsof of handling delinquent countyand
Ion Here. From Beer Taxes Rural Term Begin July
training at Fort) Screven Ga. arrived
by two unidentified negro Holme County,:and passed state taxes In collection methods ,
JUD at Raiford H. II. M.11I Likely Start
and relieved of 522.71 of the Green OptimisticOver I to Wednesday moiling the House. but failed to Meet the and In payment of such taxes, Bradford County enriched the September! 4 q '
begin their six ,
n/a' money and between $25: riod of work In the Civilian Conser-pe- approval of tbe Senate. is expected to get Into the courts coffers of the State by $149: from :,'
jjj of his own. within the next few days. In the
the sale of
the vation Camp located on the prison beer licenses and the A ten per cent salary cut for f ;
agent of Its
EtiVhold-up occured as Act meanwhile some provisionsare
Recovery quantity tax during the month of
farm lands. Bradford teachers and
County a ssixmonths'
L!leaving the bulk station office causing county officials to May figures released this week by
The work done term for all 6
by young men i county
o'clock and 11 o'clocky Lee Talks AboutConservatQrships scratch their heads and wonder
ten will be Comptroller J. M. Lee show, '
confined to making firebreaks schools were announced by the
night As he was about Just what the authors of the measure Union contributed but
into his automobile a tall Congressman Arrives At Home and motor ways, and will had In mind at the time it was $15 and Baker County Board of Public Instruction following '
with '
came across '
step from behind'a nearby Here Sunday After Fruitful extend, throughout Bradford and I written. $60. a called meeting, Wednesday r ;

I tree came, stuck a pistol In his ribs, SeeslonCongressman J.Union Counties according to MaJ. For instance, it has been pointedout i Figures for the State show $98,- The of shortened last week. term will R t'y' l e
A... Sheridan, who has been engaged mean
make no noise that the Futch law providesfor
"Don't 507.20. of which $$73,039 de-
said was
this week In -4 1 that the Bradford County High
Tour money's what we R. A. Green arrived -: making camp the payment of taxes for certain rived from the sale of licenses andUl.472.20 t
School will be removed
this I ready for the recruits. There la no I Comptroller Make* Statement years with bonds, but fails to from the
I week ready for a : from the quantity tax. t
:need for planting trees +'a: the accredited list Superintendent A.J. il +
from About Bank I'ndrr stipulate what bonds may be accepted 7
appeared rest after a session of Congress .
smaller negro
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said this
ton Major Sheridan said. week, but W. 8. 4
old frame building oppothe : that has passed more Important aec-I. Restrictions"Comptroller for such payments, and the } 4+
jd an
state ,
.his opinion that if fire Is Cawthon superintendent.
courts will have to determine this t
Shell station, Mr. Alexan-: legislation than any two other sessions Sunday Movies would not consent to running the iT '
controlled reforestation will !
Mid, and while the tall oneered within his memory he said ,take care of Itself. I J, M. Lee has appointed point. If the county is forced to high school for a full term at the 1
him the little' fellow j There is no doubt what the psychological I conservatorswhose duties accept city bonds as well as countyor of the .
rthed him for a gun. When It i as well as the practical ef- Starke will likely get its first are to preserve and protect the assets district bonds it will Cause considerable : To Voters expense The new elementary schedule grade for B. s rr
glimpse of the C. C. C. boys in the confusion in making out Up salary fl
bund that the agent was not fects of the administration's recov- of the particular bank in H. 8 which into effect with '
near future, since it Is understoodthat goes t
tie negroes told him to put ery program Is going to be felt charge until Such time as'and values the budget A. J. Thomas clerk of the opening of the fall term is as fi K'
they are confined to the circuit said this week. -
'ana down and open the gate In here, the Congressman said, as well camp bond and commodity prices i court follows:
only during and Election Will Be livid 13 i'
working) hours are The commlsslonersniwlll likely beginthis July
high fence surrounding the as in all parts of the country. reach approximately normal saida i. 1933 1932 ,
free to and come as work To Kettle Matter Council
go they please early next month and "
properties. I Mr: Is to the statement issued last! week by __ .OO s
Green optimistic as I at other times. Each man works unless the bond matter has been Hay Principal -U02. Q $225
spite of Mr. Alexander's pro-I results of Roosevelt's relief measures forty hours a week Major Sheri the Comptroller's office. settled by that time there will be Coach -... 112.SO 129: .OO s,
that there was no money In and made the following statement The statement, Jaiued to better Commercial_ 90.00 100.00
dan, said which may be served at no way of estimating bow much An election.will be held Tuesday
office, the negro men forced the of his acquaint the people'of Florida with High School.: 81.00 9000
on eve departurefrom any time suitable! by the comman- actual money is going to find Its July 29, to determine whether or
the office door and go the of bank under Junior 76.50 85.00 d
to open Washington: der of the camp. operation con- way Into the coffers for the pur not citizens of Starke wish to have High.

de, where they went through "The twelve trjajor measures embraced Major Sheridan, who is engagedin servatorshlps follows: pose of running the county govern moving picture shows on Sunday Grad 63.00 79 OP)
pockets, taking the cash but In the President's relief pro the reconnalsance and "For the protection of the bank's ment. lit was decided at a meeting of the

lug $150 In checks which they gram will I believe carry out In tion department of, the assets It Is necessary that the depositors Attorney General Cary D. Lan- City Council Tuesday night.This In the rural schools principal of

I they couldn't use." good form the pledges of the recent tion work, says that conatruc-I be denied the right of die, however, has given It as his I action was taken following junior highs will get 110800. tor- > ,

ben the 1 ijtree left the building Democratic platform. While some military regulations in withdrawing all their funds. A bank opinion that the measure applies ,presentation to the council of petitions merly $120.00; principal of two ?

short negro took Mr. Alexan- of these measures did not embrace there is no drill, but men are expected ] under a conservator Is not the only to county and district bonds. I both for and against Sunday teacher schools will get $7200. tor- '

9 automobile keys and office substance which I would have desired to obey orders just aa they same as a bank in liquidation; In : The Futch bill provides that certificates shows. It Is understood that the merly $8000; primary teachers ) h ,

s tossed them inside and shut yet as a partisan DemocratI would be expected to obey in civilian the former the bank continues to : to delinquent tax lands petition favoring the movies was. $87.M, formerly 1T .0f); junior and I : '

door, which bad a spring lock. accepted the program in its en life. They are not required to operate while with the latter the cannot be sold to any person but signed by the greater number of esnlorf high teachers $93.00 for- 1

[Wave got you where we want' tirety. I supported and voted for report to camp at any certain time bank's doors are cloned and It' the original owner of the lands for people, but It Is said that both contained merly $70,OO; grade teachers, 58.BO, +

boss," the big negro said. every piece of legislation recom- at night but irregular hours will ceases to do business. I I a period of five years. It 1932 taxes signatures of men and women formerly 16:1,60.: a 1 '

,Is you sit here on the steps un : mended by President Roosevelt be- soon show up their work next day, "M to the deposits made with a I and those during the next four who were not voters and some 'The board granted permission to

we get out of sight or we'll, cause his program of relief was ,the officer said. bank under a conservator, after years are paid, then the moratorium who were non-residents of the the rural schools to begin their ,
t you." He then backed off, well thought out with- the Interestof As soon as preparations for the March 4. 1933. the IvP is rigid as I will be paid for-another period -I town. Hence it was decided by terms July 10. It.* expected that ,
cling the agent and both hold to how these funds shall be handled of fifteen I council members that the fairest i
unit, will
every state in the Union in mind State Farm camp are completed. years. get under way September r
''met disappeared down Road 28 and with the hope of bringing re- Major Sheridan will begin work on by the bank. The law says that all I t method of determining the issue 4.Tbe. 1 ,d.

it direction of Palatka. lief to the country as a whole one located on the camphor farm: such new deposits must be kept INepotism Bill /would, be by holding an election. following teachers were recommended 1i

r. Alexander went to a nearby. "That his program- was a wise east of Kingsley Lake. The land. either In actual cash In the vaultsof I. All who voted In the last city for positions In the rural f t

phone, called for the blood- one Is already apparent because belongs to Penny Farms. the bank or with the Federal Reserve I A Mere Gesture; election are qualified to vote on schools: w s

ode at the State Prison Farm, such staple commodities as wheat Bank of the district. .July 23. Carl Johns city clerk announced Theressa-Mrs. Ploy Sullivan. it I ,
then went in search of Sheriff "Only a limited amount can be Wednesday. IA
corn and cotton have doubled In Hampton--L H. Futcb :Mrs.
J. Epperson. Business Manager Invested In Government Bonds and I By JOHN KILCORETALLAHASSEEFlorida's 't
value, even before final action was I H. Futch Mrs Blanch Edward. s
\lien' the dogs arrived they told taken on several of his major even this amount must have the I new Sitamore Companions Miss Cleo Saxon.WoodlawnT.. F+
the trail of the negroes a measures. As a member and as an Asked For Prison approval of the Comptroller. The nepotism act Is more of a gesture B. Pinbolstsr. wk t

rt distance west of town butIt assistant whip of the House, I have regulations further provide that r than a prohibition which is not I Returned To Prison Vanderbilt-Mis* Mollie Nor- P '

In the woods near Alligator down the line with the Presi- none of these new deposits shall be suprislng. coming from a Senate man and another to be appointedlatec "al O l
k Tire tracks were discovered gone occasion and I have Employment of a business man- used to pay current expense of the which practiced the ancient art of I Escape of two life term convicts depending on examination.Graham {
shy and it is believed by offl- on him every the best support of ager for the State Prison at Rai- bank. Each bank will, have to relative hiring rather widely and I and recapture of the two trusties .-Lester Bponholts '

that the men had an automo-( given which I was capable. I have no ford recommended In the report -: adopt some kind of service chargeto from a House which refused on who aided Harry Sitamore. con- New River.W. 8. Sibley, and ; 1

welting for them there. to make for it. of a special senatorial committee pay for the overhead. The caucus night to go OB record I victed gem thief to escape June 2, another later, depending on examl.nation. : 4y{ 1r '' ,

wording to Mr. Alexander's apologies"That the economic crisis has named to Investigate al- amount of service charge will depend against the practice In Its own I were reported last Saturday by the K''
leged excessive expenditures at the upon the size of the account employment. State Prison Bureau in Tallahassee. i I
B. Hart Miss $
lptlon, one negro was slightly and that times are rapidly If.Ubronn-Mra.: E. ;
passed prison belated publication of the and the amount of bookkeeping To Fourth Degree .
six feet Mis Muriel Bllcox.
tall Rachel Bllcox.
wore overalls and better there Is no doubt,
growing last days Senate Journal shows.It necessary to operate thi acc; unt. The act provides that no state, William Jennings Bryan a whit Know' ,
per, and Mrs. Agnes ". 4
a black hat, the other President Roosevelt is rapidly lead- i Rising } ..Nf f tl
of this taw is to make official hire man serving a life term from Bay
t\was much shorter wore ragged to normalcy." Is apparent. the report says I purpose county or city: may Miss Ruth William h'r' r ,
thee and a cap. ing us Johns of Lake Butler "that most If not all. of the super.intendent' these new -deposit .bsolutaly.irey more than one relative within the County on a criminal attack I Boatdrain Arthur McRa

H has not yet learned whether George of Green's com- time Is required to I at all times, and the bank I* pro fourth degree. It does not prohibit charge) escaped from the convict Brooker-
company carries hold-up Inwee clerk mittee, accompanied Congressman the Congressman handle the prison phase of the institution -: hibited from using ,hem for any one official from hiring* manyreJatne. crew: at the farm colony at Gaines Wiggins.: Mis* Willie Mae Hlnson.
other than those named of another official as ha ville. '
or not, Mr. Alexander said Bradford County. and that he properly gives purpose Mrs. Nathan Prevail. Mrs. Gussi
to above." wishes Had it done so there might Floyd Pure, Clay County negroserving '
4 he is under the impression that this matter first consideration. Mae, Boree, Mrs. J. Roberta:
It'does not i The recommendation) was not have been much Injustice: especiallyIn I a life term for murder escaped t '-
be will have to stand
loss, Mrs. Josephine Taylor :made by the senatorial committee, the employment of school teachers. ,I from the prison at Raiford. f

Died Here MondayMrs. I which made no comment on the I Boys Appreciate4H William Driggers and William Hampton ReportsAt
the trusties who assisted
report but by three assistant state Attorney General Landis has interpreted Stanley,

radford County Josephine Taylor died Mon- I auditors who checked prison accounts -I Short Course the law in response to al I Bltamor* to escape by driving him

day night at her home here afteran I for the Senators. I I number of inquiries. One letter! out of tbe prison grounds, conceal
because he had ed under the hood of a motor truck Meeting Today J'J'Bond
Illness of six weeks. Senators J. 1L Mann of Lake I The 4-H Club boys who attended writer was worried
Fine For Mrs. Taylor was born October 16 Butler chairman W. C. Chowning tbe Short Course last week in : his wife on the payroll and argued I I and then fled themselves were re ,

Grazing 1859 near Gainesville Fla., and I of New Smyrna and 8. D. Clarkeof I, Gainesville from this county have that "she and I are not kin to each turned to prison Friday night. -

spent most of her life in Bradford Montlcello comprised the com- 'been writing :Mr. Dyer' county'.> other." Another sought advice I, Prison bureau officials said the Trutr Meet To Hear W i '

POrt From- County her last years being spent I mittee. The assistant auditors are: '. agent telling him of the good about his -father's half-brother's I II '. trustie accompanied Sitamore to .-'* Report On ,< .d

This l Area Soil Survey Shows here at her home on Cherry Street i J. 1L Cooley John F. Williams and I times they had and of the value to I daughter's child" which Is rather I,Jacksonville where the Miami Jewel : Hubotttut Project i h
Well-Fitted among her many friends who loved Cliff A. Edwards. them. These were free trips won a complicated way of describing a thief who aim had a long prison. I Ii -
For Forage second cousin. to other states, left them I Bond Trustee of Bradford J.
i The
her. She was united In marriageto I "No one) contacted. the auditors by making good records In the club :utter
I The general ruled that I I obtaining a change: of clothing will meet this morning at '
er proo'f'that;;;: our section of W H.Taylor December 19, 1886. reported "could give us a single work last year. Mr. Dyer give County
State, comprising around a be having preceeded her In deathIn I fact that could be substantiated this short letter fretn-'one of his a second cousin is not within t eprohibited I'I for them. They made the trip 10 o'clock for the purpose of bearx'

w acres of land in the Jack- 1912. To this union was born We made a diligent inquiry i.. ev- teadlflg'club boys: degree. His compute- to Jacksonville In an automobile Ing tile progress' mad: by the city 1 ,

Vile area, to well adapted to three sons all of whom survive her, ery instance and found only hearsay Lions are based upon a count back i which was. waiting for Sitamore .of Hampton on promoting a sub.
tock production from namely: A. I* Taylor of LaBelle. evidence." Dear Mr. Dyer: to the common blood. For instance about a mile from the prison. ttltut to take tIM place of tb* : e

B. Stokes head of comes the AgronoDepartJnent Fla.; A. C. Taylor of Miami, Fla., Inquiries were made of people I just want to tell you bow to the father is ODe degree, to the I Leaving Jacksonville, prison officials proposed straightening; of Road 13. T+
the grandfather Is two degrees from said, the trusties went to CJlahaa At the request of a committee: '
' of the Florida ExrtJneDt and E. C. Taylor of Atlantic City living In Starke. Lake BuUer and much I enjoyed my Dip to a
Station in Gainesville. N. Raiford. In most instances: the Investigators Snort Course last week. We an the grandfather 1* three degrees where they stole an automo I I composed of busiae men and
A toll study of this J.Mrs.. Taylor had been a life-Iong found the chief com- bad the best Urn ever and I and to the uncle's daughter .. four I bile and drove into Georgia. They property owner of Hampton the 'lfi

Wag Duval. Nassau, Baker area, com-Un- member of the Christian Church. plaint made was that too many gained five pounds. The other degrees where the prohibition cads I were apprehended at Lyons Ga, I I bond trustee recently granted a. 1

Bradford.. Clay Putnam, St. wa one of those good persons of gratuities were allowed employes boys gained also but aot a* much before the daughter's child Is; and returned to the Florida prUon I ten days' period of grace before at.tempting j

hnI, and Flagler whom this world has too few. and that various articles were sold a* I did. Guess I had been work- reached at the fifth degree I to secure rigbts-of-way on .

enuy announced Counties Dr. O.was C.Col. Everyone who knew her loved and to outsiders in competition with ing too hard Old ROOM* CMtom Florida Gets Branch I I the project which has been approved 4 k t4'1 i.

tolls by '. trusted her and she was faithful storekeepers. Now I am back home with Nepotism Is said to be derived Bank by the State Road Department" 1i,
expert with the Of Home Loan
'ef.Agriculture to her duties as a Christian and The auditors reported "Our Investigation new Idea about farming and from the same root as nephew and !and for which it I* understood that 5' Y e'e'T '
who to
Utilization' of Florida studying. loving mother. -- show that only a few bop to do much next :year. My may have beets originally applied i I $ '.oe0 of Federal funds win b* 1 t
ItIc lOlLs IIOI1 Funeral services were held Wednesday ales were made to outsiders and corn'does not look so good this to preference shown some Roman I; Tb Federal Home Loan Bank I I.,available July LIt i
were named and Mr. officials A. i to Act a* finally approved last week I teamed this week that the F i4
es saYI afternoon at 2 o'clock: from it was stated that these were made year. but there will be another relatives. nephew wa
Ir1I they experiments have the First Christian Church with only In cases of emergency? the third Ogre of relationship will la the opinion of Congressman Hampton committee upon Inter i '

crowing are fine admirably adapted Rev. W. E.: Daugherty officiating. I Records reveal a "very high per fare proud that I belong to state from aa official to his father I R. A. Green be of great benefit tot I I(I viewing member of tb* Baa 1 ,.

i_ grassy pastures "Pick assisted by Rev. W. F. Jones. A capita -use of,electric energy and the 4-H Ctab,think It one of the Is on/.from tbe father to a brotherIs I t FlorldUn who desire to refinance j'j Road Department were told It .

5 for fiatwoods and you"are quartet composed of Mrs. A. Z. Ad- water." the report stated. It said beat things we boys could be in. two aad to the brothers son isthre existing mortgages on their home.j would be impossible: to consider r i. e' ,
pasture In this area be Even a grandnephew !l H.e said that within a few days|I their' of work on Road 31 4 '
kins and Mrs L. G. Powell and L. the quantity and variety of food Am sure then ta nothing else Zcould degree proposal "
Carpet G. and John H- Powell accompanied served at the prison appeared to be get a* much pteaur. > and Is to the fourth degree ell a brand office of the Federal ,sine this highway has not been d ,;
grass to the outstanding Green. of. relationship and in a literal sense O'Horn Loan Bank will be opened la federalixed'i i and is not eligible for M '
t by Mr* Lloyd sangtwo satisfactory, but there was some good out .
hnt pasture grass for ..ucbalso *.. of Mrs Taylor's favorite complaint that the food was poorly Many thanks tor the .trtp. I tb act win be effective in prevent I Florida and win be In a position to :fund S .11 4 ',
explalna. Lespedera hymn "la the Garden" and "Tbe prepared. am DOW looking forward to- our tag the hiring of many nephews by, hand application: Person interested It .. reported that members of

Hay plants Old Rugged Cross," I Upon Inquiry the auditors said L camp seat week.. official and**. j ia refinancing mortgageson I I I t.b4 committee then tried to get
a are weU adapted to the Interment took place in the family I they learned that the prison employs Respectfully, Most complaints about nepotism their homes should get ia touch I l I consideration for building a road t I ,

ll'ass cowpeas, crab grass. Bu- plot at Crosbjr Lake Cemetery ODe set of seven. brothers, one WtLBOM MAT, have been directed against the employment with the Florida officers. which would not cros the Ilea t Sr .C
stemmed and early maturing with Bore and Giddens. morticians I set of three brothers, four sets of. Hampton 4-H aub.FEJn"ILIZEa of tbe wife and childrenof He also said that the recent Farm.!board Air Uae Railway track, but s ;

sorghum.,such WrUage of Jacksonville< la charge. I two brothers each", three seta of. e -- aa official la his offtee. Hereafter Mortgage Refinancing Act win which would run parallel aDd wet e ;
fathers with on son each, two sets O)NEChQTIONBedford aa official may employ his carry benefit to Floridian who I!the tracks Into Hampton. Th ;
Crop*. n* Mi gesiawjhum .II !. not d.atk. ta die road I of brothers-tn-Law, three set of County need fiftythreeton wife ear oo. of his children but BO have mortgage oa their farms. progress that baa been made on i 9

r1 Cayana or Jap. At To His!....f....this< 'our wean.,.r..... Uo: _...Ia.... three sets of uncles of fertiliser. during the monthof more But aa aa extrcaM exsjcpt Florida person Interested to refinancing \promoting this. project will be ..at .
led and Napier (rasa. De- Aft" I. H..T.. m..*. oar aboa.. with on nephew each and one bos- May. aeeordtar. to the report of there Is nothing to prevent' six children their farm mortgage beard at this atornlag's: meetings

OI'1rlaUoD for the establUente Ute Savtag band and wlf the Department nt Agrtcvttur atTaDahasM ell a tax assessor working la should communicate with Hon. T S p pI SS
of these grasae or cropsJbtalned Th U. 8. Volunteer 1C. Daniel, Federal Land There eery on* Laglti-.peak. "
be than 100.000 rescue I The report listed US62 prisoners *. Polk County led the the tax eoOtctor's office who OM president '
t from tbe county Corps, with more wa founded JBU70. and indicated: that 790 were tro- Sate with a consumption of 4.470toes. I six children of ta* tax collector are Baak.! Columbia S. G according to I tog:woman a rratdeat of Jaskv Per > S c''
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L MUa Kll.. "....0., Cer.BroughtonDryden Vera Omtmtr .... M. E. Crews, Cor. II. L. Garrett Cor.
P dM Mr. II. M. MrBao, Cor.

w : : g Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mint of L. Goldman and son of Jacksonville Rev. F. M. Garrett filled his regular DEVELOP NEW MOTOR-FUE
The W. M. S. of Corinth Church the weekendhere appointment Sunday at White
prayer Mr. Arlie Broughton and Miss Jacksonville spent were business visitors here
held their regular with Mrs. Mlntz's parents, Mr. Spring
united in Monday. i
d. meeting: at the home of Mrs. Ivey marriage Martha Dryden June 17.were The young and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. Miss Ollie Marr was visiting rel Mrs. Pearl Hilliard of this cec- Will be offered motorists fuel, with actual, added an

i t Kelly Thursday afternoon.of Pine couple will make their home here. Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futch of atlves here Thursday.Mr. tion Is spending: a few days with I knock properties but will

Mrs. J. L. Underhill Mrs. H. M. Me- Rev. W. T. Bafley of Jackson Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Futch's and Mrs. Henry Carter and her sister-in-law at White Springs. on Saturday sold at no additional coat

Level was visiting ville held services at the BapUst parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby children of Maxvllle visited Mr. and Bill Thornton of Hellbronn In discussing
Rae Wednesday. in this section Saturday this n,
Saturday. Springs
Church Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Maxie Carter here Saturday
and Mr.
Mr. and Mra. W. T. Crosby product Smith
returnedto Little Glenn Crosby of Jackson afternoon.Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. stat
Miss Surrency
a little son, William attended church her home In Tampa Sunday after ville Is here visiting his grandparents and Mrs. Owen Mare of Gladys Parker was a recent Motorists throughout the "We feel that the public
at Water Oak Sunday and were Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. visitor in White Springs. tired of the exaggerati\ t
Mrs, spending several weeks with relatives Mimi visited relatives here Fridayand South.will be interested in the
dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Saturday.H. Prayer meeting will be held at claims that are making ga,,
announcement by W.E.Smith
y Frank Norman. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ennis of Gaines- Hawthorne spent the weekendhere C. Wlmb rly, who Is taking a :?lne Level church every Wednesday line advertising so hard to H
Green Standard Oil
,t Billy Carlton of Bowling ,, ville were visiting Mrs. Ennis' sister with their parents, Mr. and summer course at the Universityof night. Come and bring some one. President of the lieve. We make no extravag

who has been visiting his for sister his,, Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough, Sun- Mrs. E. M. Hazen and Mrs. John Florida,spent the week-end here Church is held every second and Company Incorporated in Kentucky -I claims for this new Cro
Mrs. Evelyn Crosby, Cone. : with his family. fourth Sundays. at 'Louisville that a Standard Gasoline. We

+ home last week. day.Roy Roberts. Jr., of Lake Wales G. W. Hazen was attending to Mrs.,. H. C. Wimberly Miss Beth Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Edwards, Jr., brand-new type of motor fuel state that it is a better fuel mere

; Perry Newsome of Heilbronn is visiting his grandparents, Mr. business in Starke Monday. Wimberly, Miss E. Ricks and C. M. of this section 'were visitors in will be sold by Standard QH regular price than has
was in this section last Monday. Miss Lucille Webb has returned Starke Saturday afternoon. dealers and service j y
attended and Mrs. C. B. Roberts.Mr. Grlffls were visitors to Starke Friday Company been made for the
Eld. C. A. Crosby home after a visit with friends and mode
and Mrs. F. Reynolds and stations effective Saturday of
motor. We
church at Brooker Thursday nlgtlt.W. stand ,
relatives In Jacksonville.We square
family of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Nelson T. Green and chil- this week.
O. E. Crosby made a back of Crown Standard
T. and are very sorry to report Eu- Gas
here dren of Starke here
Sunday.Mr. Sunday
_. business to Jacksonville Thurs- DOUBLE RUN This new motor fuel which line such fuel
trip as a
{ and Mrs. L. D. Easterllng gene Long 111 at this writing. with relatives and gu
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of will be colored orange and antee its smoother, more
Maud of
day.Mr. and daughter, Katie Mrs. E. Prescott and son Fred- po
and Him Doota Brown, Cor.
and Mrs. Leslie Libby marketed
Mlcanopy spent Sunday here with under'the well erful performance. We
Ocala arrived Wednesday to spend erick, Miss Myrtle' Grlffls and say tl
little daughter, Mary Louise, and i a few days with Mrs. Easterling'sparents Mrs. Sowell's mother, Mrs. Sally Leonard Norman were visitors to known name of Crown Stand- fully aware of our responsib
all of Starke, Ervin Millar of Montarey, Tenn.,
Mrs. Q. W. Burney, Mott. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves. Starke Friday. ard Gasoline was developed in ity to our many customers
Lonnie the of D. A. Judd Wed
i Mr. and Mrs. was guest
visiting .
were Mr. and Mrs. of week-end the Standard Oil Laboratories.It making such
t Crawford Sunday afternoon. Lacey RIgdon J. F. Griffis spent the nesday and Thursday.Mr. a public stat
_ Starke were visiting Mrs. Rlgdon's In'Starke with relatives. will be a more powerfulTHERESSA ment."
,7 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews and and Mrs. L. Morgan and chil-
sister, Mrs. Elias Starling Friday. W. J. Bailey
George Nightengale -
Mersey HAMPTON dren of this section visitors in
children of Starke and Wesley I were
h 1 ki Miss Annie Cox of Melrose was Bill Reid and Tom Barefoot of The first use of electric mot
last Sunday Macclenny Sunday.
of Jacksonville spent
r visiting her slater, Mra. Aileen Call HIM Ada Masse' C.... lacksonvllle were transacting busi- r power on the railroads of this cm
Mr. Misses Edna and Effle Griffis
here with their parents, the
i 4 Sunday. ness here Monday.Mrs. try was by Baltimore and 0
and Mrs. J. M. Hersey. New River spent the week-end In .
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and H. C. Sr. Mrs. .. In 1805.
Wimberly Ulna Rhooa ZelsrUr. C.
Mrs. H. M. McRae wishes to extend Last Sunday, June 18 O. Haynes this; section. I
w' family were visitors at the home of R. C. Wimberly and children and
heartfelt thank to her many enjoyed a pleasant Father's Day. Mrs. Amy Wilmot, Misses Millie
Mr. and Mra. L. C. Smith Friday.Mr. Miss Beth Wimberly were shop- and Mrs. O. J, and I
friends who have been so kind durIng His children gathered for dinner and Lois Judd were visiting Mrs. S. Phillips
n 1I {' her recent Illness. and Mrs. George Conwayand with him and showered him with ping> in Starke Monday. Courtney Thursday afternoon.Mr. children of Lawtey were visitors
sister Jessie, of Palatkawere
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thomas and lovely gifts, as a token of their appreciation and Mrs. Les McClellan and .here Sunday. I Iz
Y children attended church at Union visiting here Sunday. for his help and kind Clyde Grlffia of New River'were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall and chil- A

d Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency were 'ness to them. Those present were: NEW RIVER In this section Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I dren of Starke were visiting Mr.
I Miss Veata McRae was a dinner visiting In Saturday. ,Mrs. R. M. Favor and children Jack Dixon and children flail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mr, and Mrs. J.B. Crews of Lake
w-x ; + guest of Miss Mildred Goodge In Buller here Haynes and Miss Mary Blanche, of MlH Eulo ..... Cor. were guests of Mrs. G. L. Kersey Hall Sunday.Mr. .
r'? Pine Level section Sunday.A. and were visiting Sunday.of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynesand Sunday. and Mrs. John Jordan and
Mr Mrs. Volley McKInney
:''u A. J. Harnage of Gum Brand Mrs. daughter Miss Martha, of Rev. L. Hemingway of Starke Arthur Taylor and Crocket Sum- little daughter of Putnam Hall

r 9 was visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. A.Sampson E. Ward City were visiting Winter Haven; Mr. and Mrs. G. V; tilled his regular appointment at ner of Saxton were in this section were visiting Mrs. Jordan's par than 60'*"]

'' McRae Sunday afternoon Sunday.. Phillips of Lake City: P. J. Pearce I the New River Baptist Church I Saturday night. I ents Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell J1S1pared Havana fill

Remember prayer meeting at and family of Starke, and Mr. and I Sunday morning. here Saturday night. choice

Corinth Church every Wednesday; Mrs. E. Redd and son, Billie, of I J. E. Crews, L. Butler and Par- Miss Muriel Hall of Hampton tobacco...*

"Y night, and at Pine Level Church ZIFF Alachua. nell Tyson were business visitorsin spent the week-end here with her C tatte nd aroma forad

on Friday night. Every body wel Rev. G. E. McGauley of Brooker Jacksonville last week. Heilbronn Springs cousin Miss Eloise Belle Geiger. only In h'gher priced

t' come. Ml.. Lola Mao L......, Cor. will preach at the Baptist church Mrs. J. L. Johns and M. L. Johns J The Theressa Christian Union cigars...tbst', .JOHN

D. M. McRae made a business next Sunday morning and evening. and E. A. Southerland were business Mlra Tfcelma Raodca), Cor. enjoyed a swimming party and picnic RUSKIN standard f

{'' trip to Perry Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs J. B. Thomas spent" Mrs: S. M. Simmons and son, visitors In Starke Saturday supper at Crystal Lake Thursday S v.5"?A value.
Sunday at Brooker with Mr. and Tom of Ocala have recently been morning. Seeber Forsyth spent the week- afternoon.
Mrs. E. J. Lewis. the guests of Mrs. Simmons' mother Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins and end In Lake Butler visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey are Don't be milled hold

Lloyd Dyal was a business visitor Mrs. P. B. Hunt. Messrs. Hassle Rhoden and Harry Mack Carmichael, Horace Red the proud parents of a' son born time brand
a BOOTSEY'S BEACH to Gainesville Saturday.Mr. The evangelistic services, con Sapp and Miss Essie Sapp were ding and Spense crawford and June 15. The baby has been named S "marked down to

I L. daiKlno. Gee.I and Mrs. Mallory Thomas ducted by the Hartman Brothersat visiting In Starke Saturday night. Miss Miss Eva Underhill were in James Raymond Hersey. Mrs. Her- 5c."JOHN RUSKIN

s and son, M. C., of Starke were visiting the city hall, are progressing Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and our section Sunday night. sey was formerly Misa Geneva Al- w2 la the fly cigar giving
nicely. Services will continue daughter, Mlsi Mildred Renfroe of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas and rtsr
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis ford.Mrs. you full 1933 value
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand Saturday through next Sunday evening if Ft. Myers were visiting friends and sons, Cecil and Fernie, were guests J. J. Humphrey, T. J. Mc- 4 for 5 cent

children and Mrs. J. L. Gasklaa Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham wasa not longer, relatives here last week. of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffis Sun- Intyre, J. R. Adkins, and C. P. Her your

d attended church at Union Saturday visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Futch and son, T. Mr. and Mrs. William Mann of day.Miss sey and family, all of Jacksonville, je. Try a few today

1 1'r and Sunday. Henry Shaw was a visitor to G. Futch, of Leesburg were visitingMrs. Lake Butler were visiting her par- Elyellne Rowe and Buck were visitors of R M. Hersey and You will enjoy every

a'u', Spence Dicks of Dukes has returned Starke Monday David Jones last Saturday.Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns, Starling attended church at Saxon family Sunday. puff.

to his home after spending Misses Nanle and Amy Groover A. W. Easton and son Alvin Sunday. Sunday night. Theressa Christian Union mem- r

several months here with his uncle and Ancll Mann and James Williams Easton, of Orlando are the Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter Dutch Harly of Lawtey was vis- bers attended "Stunt Night" at the e S..e The
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Craw of Brooker were visiting Misa guests of Mrs. Easton's mother Miss Essie, attended church at Wa- iting his wife Sunday. Mrs. Harly Wincoma camp on Crystal Lake ;.;

;; / it ford.1'x"'a Lula Mae Lewis Sunday afternoon.Dan Mrs. H. F. Chesser, this week. ter Oak Sunday. Is very III at this time at the homeof Saturday evening. The girls en-

I I 1 Mrs. Bertie Trlvltt returned Polk and daughters, Misses Miss Inez Morrow, who has been Miss Louie Kelly Is spending a her mother, Mrs. Mattie. Par- tertained with many stunts and %atrur.n Redeetn.ble

: home Sunday after spending the Audrey and Lorene, and Miss Mar- the guest of her aunt. Mrs. G. P.Wadsworth. month with her brother and sister- mentbr. sang their camp songs.

,c ;rs past week at Taylor. tha Groover and Misses Thelma has returned to her in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Kelly The many friends of Levy --s
1' r J. L. Gasklns was a business visitor and Fay Stokes and Ernest and home at Plant City. of Blountstown.Mr. Sweat are very glad to hear that The capstone of the Washington

y yt'' Highland Monday.Mrs. Dewey Fowler and Coleman Dees Miss Mary Lee Johnson has returned and Mrs. Alvin Kite of Rai- he Is Improving rapidly National monument Is crowned bya

+ Creasie King and Mra. Ellen were visitors to Gainesville Sun- to her home here after a ford attended church at Long small pyramid of pure aluminum
i r, Butler of Plant City and Mr. visit In Melrose. Bridge Sunday and were dinner CEMETERY WORKING weighing 100 ounces.

i Barney McNeil. Mrs Sallie Black day.Misses Theo, Ruby and Leatha Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Theressa guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs.R. On Thursday, July 6, there will

Welden and Raymond Dicks of Kelly and Cliff Kelly, Lloyd Dyal visited her mother, Mrs. David J. Turner. be a cemetery working at New BOREE & GIDDENS

Dukes spent Friday night here. and L. O. and Johnnie Lewis and Jones, this week. Miss Essie Sapp left Tuesday to River Cemetery and all that are In- FUNERAL DIRECTORS

I ; Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Dinkins of Fred Shaw attended church at attend the annual 4-H Camp at terested are asked to please be Cmket Dhplar Room rear' Dp tAt
i s Lawtey spent Sunday here with Brooker Sunday night. Morocco of today is the remnantof Cascade Plunge on Kingsley Lake. there and to bring tools to work Dennett's Warohoauio
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman. the great Shereeflan Empire We are sorry to report that Mr. with. LICENSED EMBALMER I.Lawta Gar lit*Co,VkJo.N wmNOAINKSVILLB

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MIAMI-A mosquito army has OA.YTONA BEACH Florida SARASOTA Tarpon fishing WEST PALM BEACH--Chief of DAYTONA BRACKFlorida's! "
l Invaded Miami but the weather coral stone from southern keys is records have fallen by the wayside Police A. D. Dixon of Belle Glade schools must carry on regardless of t' ;4 I
reau promises the attack will be bu-I to be used for the finish of the here since the opening of the seventh has been arrested on a charge of what sacrifices the teachers 1
LIVE STATE NEWS pelled in a day or two. The mos postofftce building under construc- annual international tarpon assault and battery on Mrs. Nellie be compelled to make next year t !

quitoes rode Into the city in hordes tion here It has been learned from tournament, sponsored by the Sarasota Steppe of Belle Glade. He was released Prof. Rupert J. Longstreet, president .:
of Florida In Short Paragraphs :, on west and northwest wind and Washington. Though first chosen County Anglers Club, In the on $500 bond for appearance of the Florida Education Association 1
News J t Miamians recognized the Invaders for the building It was thought for five weeks It has been running, according lu criminal court. Officials said will say in next week's ? ,
i by staying close Indoors. Now, the some time that this native materialwas to a check of weigh masters Chief Dixon had been Indicted secretly i Issue of the association's Journal,
I weather bureau says, the winds will to be discarded for another reports. Records show upwards of on the assault charge by the he disclosed here. Professor Long
_-- _-.$_ -- _- --""-- --"" shift and most of the attackers will product when the Miami firm two thousand tarpon have been June grand Jury; that he was alleged street, who la supervising principalof
be driven off.ENDOWMENT. which had made the e&ccesaful bid weighed In Venice-Nokomis and to have) slapped Mrs. Steppin Peninsula schools In Daytona

' .IVK ROBBERY FOILED FLYER KILLED went out of business, leaving the Sarasota weighing stations. The tile course of an argument on Beach, prepared to leave today for +,
cLERMONT. Alton PENSACOLA-His last flight ASKED next lowest bidder In line for the tournament closes at midnight June 1; and that several other per- Tallahassee, where he is to teach "
this Place ayarrest d after a training period at the Naval LAKELAND-An endowment of contract. July 10, when prizes totaling near- sons had complained that the chief two subjects In the two-month ?4
rlYlaIIt week when a special Air Station here ended fatally for $200,000 for Southern College will ly $1,500 will be distributed had "beat them up." I Summer school t ,
him ou the mezzanine Prescott H. Newman, 22 Navy Re- be sought in a campaign which will I'OTTEH1'L.ST
d found of the Citizens| Bank of serve Officer of Stillwater, Minn. get under way within the next few i PENSACOLA-A large acreage,
log JIldl'ked and armed. The plane crashed just outside the weeks, President Ludd M. Splvey purchased In Escambla County
nnont, landing field west of the city when has announced. A minimum hon- ,north of Pensacola, and which contains -
TOLL CROPS it apparently lost flying speed orarium of $1,000 will be asked of I a large clay deposit, will
OiANDO..Lack 0\1\611; of rain during while Newman was practicing each of 200 persons of means, who mean the location of a $50,000 pot
Mrtou. damage to all landing. He was killed instantly will be Invited to become sponsorsfor tery plant here, It has been an-
I 1 did of crops in Florida, the 10- I Southern by contributing to the nounced definitely by John H.
arks of the United States SPECIAL SESSION endowment fund. Kohler, who was Instrumental In

epertment bureau of Agriculture report-, TAMPA-W. C. Hodges, presi Interesting Ohio and Canadian capitalists :, Pr M
week, dent-elect of the Florida State Sen- LAW HITS TEACHERS These figuring In the ?
l l pat ate, said here that he believed the TALLAHASSEE New state I transaction are Philip and Gordon By Special Arrangements with the Leading' Magazine of the
INCREASESTALLAHASSEE necessity for new tax laws prohibiting nepotism in public Knoll of Ontario, Canada; Grant '
I State Hotel ures to meet governmental meas-cost offices and prohibiting employment and J. II McKlnnon East Liver- Country We Bring You the Biggest Bargain of All Time' i 1 :

&lsoner J. B. Sullivan has will force a special session of the I of persons who have not been residents pool, Ohio, and E. A. Brice, coming K Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines; with A New or R nowal '

that permits for $181.645Birth Florida Legislature. statementwas of Florida at least two years here lately from St. Petersburg, Order for This Newspaper. ,; .
of construction and repair made In an address to the apply to school teachers, Attorney but who is a native of Ohlj. -_ '
| on hotels, apartments and Florida Sheriffs 'Association meet- General Cary D Landis said in a ----' ALL 4 ON LYs -
rail staurants were Issued by his de- Ing here. series of written opinions. The two CITY Tltrt'K FARM MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUE!

ttment during May.CVKLODS new laws were enacted by the reo'' LAKELAND--A rich, municipal ,
CATTLE IN IIEItNANUOBROOKSVILLEThree cent Legislature and signed by farming plot just Inside the southern CHOOSE ] h
fM CELERY hundred Governor Dave Shpltz.\; They now I city limits Is doing its part to- 00
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I AVON: PARKOver a period of head of cattle, including five black are in effect. ward feeding needy people here, $ +
Iviral weeks approximately 25 polled bulls and three shorthorn : John Freer, superintendent of 2 Mrsazlnes:: From Grcvp "& k'

Irloada of celery have been shlp- Durham bulls, were shipped into 1'NIQl'E CAPTURE' streets and parka, has reported.The j
L from Rex Beach farms to Hernando County last week by MIAMI-By driving their auto- tract Is part of 160 acres acquired .Andm
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orthem markets. About 100 men Lykes Brothers Company. This mobile into the whirling propeller, some time ago In a deal T: Z.- :: (I Full Year) WHY DAYMORE

women are employed In look- shipment brings the total number Federal agents trapped an airplane with the Southern Phosphate Com- ? (
Is after the details of preparing of cattle shipped here during the they believed was engaged in liquor pany. The land was cleared by
I market past month by the company to running and arrested two men. The men in the Federal relief squads "WU ff
more than 630 head. men were Identified by the customs and four tons of hardwood ashes Your Choice of Any One Y Your Choice of Any Two i

SPANKED IHS WIFEIcLEARWATEK office as Byron Wlldman and H. was applied to the soil to sweeten Magazine in This Group Mti' U' Magazines In This Group ? 'J

Granvllle B. WILL TEST LAW W. Clay They will have a prelimInary It. The land Is rich muck and GROUP A s GROUP BQ s ? wi ( t
Inore,Safety Harbor resident, was OCALA-Test of the general law hearing before United States brings up its crops in a hurry, according 1111 Better Homca tfCafdena ,
ivtn his choice of a $500 fine ort passed by the 1933 Legislature reducing Commissioner J. C. Morcock. .to Farm SuperintendentCecil D McCall'a M<(a>Iaa.l Yr. I IP . I yr + '1.1 J n
| months in jail for spanking fees of sheriffs and clerks Agents said they found forty sacksof Hardaker. Woman's Horn Comp...1 Yr. I IO O Wom o'.Vv'orlJ t yr ssp Y'
|i wife with a board, when he was assured when Sheriff S. C. M. liquor in the plane. Pictorial Review_, i Yr. I IO ---1-c_ BHouieholJ Maja,/ln. 1 yr v
tided guilty before County JudgeR. Thomas announced he will bring FLORIDA TO GET; $5,000,000: Screen Play ..,.-.,-,... 1 Yr. | n . 1 yr )' ,
MIAMI IS DRENCHED O Hollywood Movfo M f..I Yr. 0 Good Stories l yr e
R. Hewitt Monday morning. suit in circuit court here attackingthe TALLAHASSEE-Florida is as- w!
IT was charged with assault and measure. Although the recent 'UAMI-Mlaml was drenched sured $5,000,000 In emergency Fed D PI Open Ii'Road (Boyo.1 Yr. I ID 0 0 Country Sue<<..Cul Horn Farm/nr. .. 2 1 yr. !
Bery sheriff's convention In Tampa with rain recently and the total eral aid road funds. during the next th | Ab DSypiJ S PtORreiaiv Farmer 2 yr. '
voted to test the act, Thomas will amount recorded by the official two years, according to ChairmanC. fint Yevf!!: "" T*>* P t Southern Agriculturist! 1 yr +
EMBEZZLING CHARGE bring suit aa an individual.NO weather Instruments being 5.16 B. Treadway of the State High. U22"ftU k1N11f.. nd Tour Choice of .Any Ors'' '
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BARTOWInformations charg- inches. The East Coast of Florida way Department. He said availability e Macadam fa Oroup! A i
g embezzlement were filed last DRINKING TEACHERS came in for extra heavy amountsof of this fund depends upon THREE: IN ALL THREE IN ALL s.4Ck

wk against J. P. Murdaugh, re- CRAWFORDVILLE Teachers moisture. Tltuaville had one of' congressional action but there was maaTMJ3
"ed by Governor Sholtz from of- with liquor weaknesses, or cigar- Its heaviest rains this summer: little doubt as to its being allocated. .
ce as tax collector for Polk ette habits, have been barred from when 1.41 Inches fell. Most all sec- j' Florida will not be required to -: o. OntUmn>-.
,unty. Containing four counts I the school rooms of Wakulla County tlons of the East Coast, particularly match this amount, dollar for dollar + { 4 :;
eb, the informations were filed according to action taken by the citrus sections, were greatly I; he stated, as In the case of reg- I onclM S._ PIMM send me the throe maajtnachtckad P' f! (* {

criminal court. The amount In- the county school board at its reg- benefitted by the downpour. ', ular Federal aid allotments. The There are no strings attached to this with year's tubacrlptlon to your mwtpapcr.Nam .
Ived was said to be approximate- ular meeting here. Under no cir- continuance of the Federal pro- .
offer I Every magazine subscription
$53000., cumstances will the board employe CASH GETTING LOW I I gram of road construction in Flor- *.... --M.........-- t. t I
anyone who either drinks or TALLAHASSEE-Cash tills are ida, Mr. Treadway said, will give will be filled exactly as represented.
THIEVES STEAL HOUSE smokes, on or off the school prem far from filled in the state treasury J employment to approximately 5,000 II of
ises. to discuss men. any your subscriptions are reIUHt or R.P.D._, .A ... ,.. ......, 'f4
OCALA -An Ocala man who and while officials decline )
newels the time will be i ,
lit here two years ago to look for the matter openly they wonder -, SWestmorland properly ex
lirk In other states, returned re- FLORIDA SKITS how payrolls and operating ex-]i County, Virginia, tended. Town and Statau t .
adyto find that thieves had tak- DAYTONA BEACH Florida, peruses are to be met this month tUUa\ furniture and wrecked his whose citizens claim anything can and next. Records In the comp-![ of the United States. I'I'i

(-iM. They had left nothing ex- be raised in the State except rein- troller's office show the general j -
p1 ttte cement steps, according to deer moss, has almost reached that revenue fund had a balance of only :
ttory told by Capt. James Hal- goal with the announcement here $185,00 on June 8. There have been ic1i11MTI
Jay of the Salvation Army. of the opening of a mill to fashion many checks issued against the i
Florida hickory to lengths for ship fund since that date. It Is the I J
LANTERNS: GLIMMER: ment to Norway for processing fund from which payrolls and gen-

IPALATKA- It wasn't Diogenes into sklis. eral operating costs are paid. ___ .'" voanrd
king for an honest man, it was -
,rely local residents seeking to CROPS DECLINE COURT FAVORS COLLECTORS| f

gilt their footsteps last Friday ORLANDO-Condition of most TALLAHASSEE-The Supreme .hrLIh .
'Jtil& as the city went Into total of the Florida crops declined dur- Court has upheld the contention of I -,

flpse, following action of the city nis8lon in ordering all street prevailed in most sections duringthe that they were entitled to \
gIlllng discontinued as the result month, the report of the Federal receive fees earned but not collected June 19, 1933 w
I dispute with the Florida Pow- Crop Bureau shows. On the by the counties until after they
*Light Company. Back tQ; the first of the month there was still had retired. The court held that

>J 1I bf handlebar mustaches, sevrt considerable replanting to be done county fee officers were allowed a COMPANY THIRTY YEARS OLD
local residents appeared on the following the excessive rains of maximum net compensation under A
!'!eta with kerosene lanterns that April and many fields were still the law and that they were entitledto completed 30 years of automobile
i*progress might be facilitated. too wet to work. By the close of collect fees earned during their i .... Last Friday the Ford Motor Company
watch and the town bell ringer the month due to high tempera- terms but paid after their terms r
|w lacking to a true reversal to tures and lack of rain, conditionshad end if these amounts were neededto making. at the same .1ob. I made my first engine
lest days, while passing auto- changed radically and most of make up the maximum net com- It is also my fortieth year that won the Selden Patent r ,
ofilee too, struck a modern note the staple crops were suffering for pensation they were allowed by and it still runs. This is the engine .
in 1893, and opened
P I mediaeval setting. lack of rain. law. motor car out of the exclusive class,
Suit---which took the who started during

SGHODli DAYS; --- By1 DWIG I II the automobile industry to hundreds or i"
last years.
the that June day in 1903, are working ';t
with me
I Soma of the men who began still operative: : 4 li
we laid down then, are ,
here yet. All of the principles To date they
... survival value for the future.
..\;,. we find that they have great
-A Ford cars.
sold over 21,000,000 ri ,
have produced and thought it was
N, have never
I 'TbU you \ the automobile market we ,
ITwfMl)M'T Although we We have always believed that before i
Vl>Rx. Uc cco _. good for anyone to monopolize it must be good for all. Our discoveries l
for one,
be good '
could t'
EAT-) -,. business to other manufacturers without )
always been open
/ and improvements have

patent restrictions. share---everyone must get it 4i
is one thing wa
4 Of course there our buildings
I ., oould duplicate
that is experience. Money p
1 for himself---and And it is +
rs< 40 years ot perience.and ,
machines, but it cannot duplicate
.: !IJ I
':0 r makes a motor car.
"' experience it has all been a preparation ,
"\ concern me:
But the past does not especially the ,
been a
just ;
1 feel that I have
for the future For myself is still ahead.
worth while and that my
Vc ; tools to do something ideas or every kind are '
the wria. False
7 ---. -- I k Great changes are upon upheaval. Those who built truly on principle will ..iL

1 vanishing in' the general Business integrity and commoditybffulirJustlfied
1. --- of living will
And newer and better ways
honor will

"y appear. old Company of ours. i ,
That is the outlook for this young +

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wells, W. H.
i+ Biggs, A Hnr
Worthy Grand Matron W. C. Wooten; O. J ..

Visits Chapter: Here! 1-- President Roosevelt's Daughter I LA JVTEY Mrs Eno-h Grlffi8/ Phillips LD.J,'Mrs '

O. J. Phillips, Cor., p. Wooten were shopp ', *
P1fir'1 d evening at the chapter ID lack
r ocictyJ Monday Custom onville Monday.
room the Starke Chapter of Orderof ; Popularizes Eating W. F. Moore and K x ,
Eastern Star was highly honored Ladles Aid are transacting busm riff:"

with the the official visit of worthy The Ladles Aid of Grace M. E. York this week. '11q1Vl:

grand matron, Mrs. Leona Fair- Church entertained with a basket Several of our

Woman's Club Meets Miss Sapp Entertains cloth of Quincy. The chapter room picnic at the home of Mrs. W. E. spending the week young at u,,;>!?.L'Jf*

Intermediate B. Y. P. U. was elaborately decorated with Torode at Kingsley Lake Friday Camp at KingMey Lai,' aW
: The Woman's Club of Starke summer flowers arranged in baskets I After serving a bountiful dinner i Mr and Mrs. Haroln
li held Its last meeting of the year Miss Dorothy Sapp entertained I the beautiful colors lending a I and swimming, business discussion Miami are visiting her ('Onley or

last Wednesday afternoon at the members of the Intermediate B. Y, note of welcome to the guests who j was held after which the hostess and Mrs M. B. Plumm., ,trenu,fir/

r,+ club house. P. U. Saturday evening at the, were present. for this delightful af served delicious ice cream and week herothiti
The president, Mrs. W. E. Mld- home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
cake. Mr. and Mrs D.
dleton, presided over the meeting. J. B. Sapp, on Cherry Street. fair.After Reagan 3f ta.
I the regular routine of business Those attending this enjoyable ami visited friends
After the reading of the club collect The rooms where the guests were ne"
I Mrs. Ruby Hayes, worthy matron k affair were Mesdames O. W. Rob- and Wedneaday. uetl"
and the salute to the flag:, regular entertained were bright with seasonal
in her pleasing manner introduced erts, E. M. Bennett, V. R. Reddish, Tom Beck and Dan
routine; work was taken up. flowers and during the eve- Harley left.
and welcomed the worthy F P. L. Dinkins, L. F. Dinkins. W. F. for New York City
Mr*. W. E. Middleton reportedon ning games and contests were en- Tuesday) ,
grand matron, Mrs. Falrcloth to rA r Moore, P. M. Moore, W. H. Ed- a truck load of corn.
the cost of repairing the pavll- Joyed.
the Starke Chapter and escorted : wards, J. R. Shuford, L. H. Hill .
lion In the park. After hearing Mrs W. B. Mundy, Jr., and Mrs -
her to the East where she was given t E. B. Wells, W. H. Biggs, A. H. CILNGEDNo.
: the amount of money needed to J. W. Edwards presided at the
r grand honors. Little Betty Hayes, Harley, R. P. Jones, J. W. Andrews, 1
,,1 make such repairs It was decidedto punch bowls and were assisted in limited flue,
postpone the same Indefinitely.The entertaining the young folks by daughter the worthy matron, w I IMr. Jr., Effie Miner, Rebecca Whitehead Starke 10:58: p. m.
dressed in pale blue organdie trimmed Misses Eunice
W. L. Beacon ;:
No. II, southbound
secretary read a letter from Mrs. R. A. Thomas and Mrs. Sapp. local du
in ruffles, presented to Mrs. Whitehead Dolly Dinkins, Abbie Starke, 9:17: a. m. .
the state treasurer stating that the Late Ir the evening punch and Daily <
) Faircloth a beautiful bouquet of Harly, Mildred Dinklnn, Louise Sundays.No. xcepl
4 club's checks for $34 In payment of wafers were served the guests who
orchid dahlias, a gift from Mrs.
Thede. 10T
state dues had not been cashed on were: limited du
and n five dollar bill as a gift
account of the Bank of Starke being Misses Mildred Hundley Elizabeth Hayes Starke 10:07: a. m.
in the hands of a conservator.The Hollingsworth, Julia Tlson, from the Starke Chapter. Mrs. j' Produce Movement No. 2, northbound limited du.

sisters of the late J. William Louise Kite, Martile Hemingway, Faircloth, in her charming manner, Green corn and string beans are Starke 6:08: a., m.

r Alvarez in whose memory the :Marie Tlaon, Marie Stafford, Eunice expressed her appreciation to Mrs. II moving daily from here. On account No.) 12 northbound local du.,

fountain on the club ground was Williams, Ella Maude Cllaso.i, Hayes and the chapter for these I of the small acreage plantedto Starke, 3:17: p. m. Dam ',%Cepl

; placed, asked that the care of this I Mary Lucille Torode, Geraldine lovely gifts I ; green corn this season no car- Sundays.No. .

1 fountain be given to them. Johns, Dorothy White and Willie Miss Verna Bullard, past grand lots have moved from this place 108,. northbound limited du
The president reported an attractive Mae Sibley of Keystone; and William matron of Gainesville was also Introduced I this season. Truck shipments are Starke 6:11: p. m.

+ bird bath had been donated Edwards, James Hollings- and escorted to the East I going out dally to northern and Starke and \Vannpe Brunch

and placed on the ground by D. C. worth, Willis Walters, Edwin To- with grand honors, after which eastern markets. Prices have re- No. 101, leaves Starke 00 a. m.,

}r'' Wall, landscape architect.Mrs. rode, Julian and J. L, Smith of Mrs. Della Green, grand conductress Dall entertaining friend. at a "salad flnt" luncheon. mained steady on both corn and 'No. 102 arrives 2:40: p m

L. A. Davis, chairman of Gainesville Joe Edwards, Alkay of Waldo was introduced and beans this season and growers I T. J. Griffin, Agent
committee to solicit money for 4-H Carlisle and Edward Garner of with a hearty cheer was escorted WASHINGTON-By serving her served first statistic show they usually seem to be pretty well satisfied
salads as an at the eaten. When served
appetizer begin- are In the
Club girl's scholarship for short Gainesville. and given grand honors in the East, :fling of the meal inntead of following old fashioned manner with or follow. with' prices. I CLOSING OF MAILS

course In Tallahassee, reported sufficient other distinguished guests being the meat course Mrs. Curtis B. Ing the meat course they often are MaUI
amount raised. Ocala Circle Hears Introduced as follows: Call, energ-etlo daughter of President left untouched the result being that Personals I Train South Closes
Mrs. Daisy Hardy, instructress Roosevelt with true Rooneveltla.nl the diner, already satisfied, misses No. 11-Parcel '
Mrs. Middleton, president, made Mrs. Inman's Mr.-and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Post !I 00 a.III
a very gracious\ speech thanking ReportA District No. 23, Palatka; Mrs. Rae Vigor has taken a leading part Inpopularizing have Important to balance vitamins his which meal. he should children spent the week-end in De- No. 107-Letters, Special

"' the club, particularly the executive glowing report of the meetingof Thrasher, past grand Ada Mica- California custom this In the long-established East. After serving her salads first Mrs. Land visiting relatives and friends Delivery & Speclalllandling -

c board, for their hearty co-operation the national officers of the nopy; Mrs. Salome Maines, past During tha .past year the West Dall solved the problem of gettingher'' M. F. Brown of Tampa was via-II woo a.m
in the club work for the past year Woodmen Circle in Omaha recently (grand Electa, Lake Butler; Mrs Coast custom of serving salads at the children to eat their dally portions ofvegetables ting: relatives here Wednesday. North

;' { and In conclusion introduced the was given by Mm..Vonda E. Inman, -lattle Mae Beasley, grand representative beginning the meal hu been of without the meal protest.when At they the beginning -I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson of No.-- 12-Parcel Post and
executive board for the new year, of Starke, state manager, to Poinsettia of Connecticut, Gainesville spreading rapidly Eastward and already hungry, she found her children not; Starke were visiting friends here Letters ______ 400pm:
as follows: Circle at the regular meet- ; Mrs. Verdle Futch, instructress has become the rogue in many only I ate but loved their vegetables in1 I Friday No. 108-Letters, Special

President, Mrs. W. E. Middleton; ing Friday night. Mrs. Ethel Bray District No. 8, of the local :Most sections of the of the South and Middle West. salad form. Miss Carol Cain Is visiting relatives [ Delivery & Spe-

vice-president, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman presided at the meeting, at which I chapter, each distinguished guest the piau. :larger'hotels have adopted Mrs.The Dall custom said of appeals serving most salads favor-first and friends in Macon Ga., cial Handling._ 5:50: p,m

_________ ; secretary, Mrs. W. B. Parks; the Poinsettia degree staff assisted I being presented dainty floral wristlets Fruit and vegetable salads have ably to adults and especially to men, this: week. 5 Starke and Bell Branch
1 treasurer, Mrs, Ceorge H. Lowry. I In the Officers March and In put- I with handkerchiefs.The long:been recognised\ by dietitians and and because of the great popularity of Miss Jewel Boyer of JOcala is Mall closes ____________ 7:00a.m:

Departments Chairmen: ting on the flag drill. worthy grand matron gavea doctors as necessary' In a balanced the custom she has made It .a frequent visiting her sister Mra W I-. Mall arrives__________ 2:40: p,m
education, Miss Pearl Jordan; I Mra. Inman descrbed Interestingly very 'Inspiring talk on the subject diet In communities where salads are. feature of her meals. Mnnrn. h..........

: legislation,' Mrs N. D. Wain- the Omaha meeting, which began "Weaving Our Fabric," which Mrs.: E. E. Burney had as her i NEW BUS SCIIEDULVE

wrlght; Music, Mrs. H. B. McLen- Sunday night with an Informal was very Instructive and interesting guests last week Eld. H. V. Skipperand I North Bonud South Bound

? don; Health Mrs. C. A. Knight; reception. One thousand people to her hearers. She was madean Mrs. D. E. Bennett of Jackson I Ivllle. 4:18: A.,M._______ 9:34: A..IL

&&i American Home, Mra. A. Wood; were present at the formal opening :' honorary member of the Starke ] FAVORITE : 1:59: P. M._______12.04: P M.

y Beautification, Mrs. O L. Beasley. I Monday night, and ten degree Chapter and an offering was given N. C. Shaffer, D. D. G. M. of 4:59: P. M.________ 6:19: P M.

Standing Committees: team put on beautifullyexecuteddrills. her to be used for a special fundto Masons of the Tenth Florida District 9:19: P. M.________ 2:04: A. M.

Finance, Mrs. C. A. Futch; Press, There were sight-seeing be selected by her. V 5..Q RECIPES of Gainesville paid the Ma-
f Mrs. L. A. Davis; School, Mrs. A. tours; business sessions and many During the social period deliciousrefreshments sonic lodge here a visit Tuesday

1, Z. Adkins; House, Mrs. C. F. Hoo- delightful entertainments, Mrs. In- of Ice cream and cake /fly evening. I"4A.t5 'J
ver; Program, Mrs. Edward Burns; man reported. Mr. Bradghaw, prescient were served by the committee. e Mesdames E. B. Wells, W. C. t rpsi !
Membership, Mrs O. L. Haynes. of the* Woodmen of the The Starke Chapter has the following Wooten and L. H. Hill visited at tti l r l

II Mrs. A. Wood was Introduced as World, was the principal speaker officers this year: Lake Butler Saturday evening.F. .
speaker for the afternoon. Mrs. Tuesday night. Mrs. Ruby Hayes, W. M.; E. W. }-- COUNTY R. Carradlne and Dan Harley

Wood gave a very timely and Instructive Mrs. Inman and others from Hayes, W. P.; Mrs. Leona Epper- returned from a business trip to

'.. address on legislation. Florida returned by way of Chi- son, associate matron; L. D. Green, t1 HOUSEWIVES Baltimore, lid., Sunday.Mrs. .

? During the social hour Mrs. A. Z. cago; she said the Florida exhibitat A. P.; C. A. Futch, Secy.; Mlsa Lille W F, Moore and children

Adkins favored the club membersby the world's fair was one of the McRae, Treas.; Mrs Edna Hart, spent the week-end. in Ocala visiting .

singing, "A Birthday"; Miss best two conductress; Mra. Della Hoover, A. Favorite Jelly Recipes relatives. I It** Our Job to Know
r Margaret Lowry gave a piano solo, Mrs. Inman commended Mrs. C.; Mrs. Martha Biggs, chaplain; Miss Luella Tatum of DeLand is
v "The Minuet." Marlette Thomas for the splendid Miss Rosalind Jacobs, marshal; -- visiting at the home of her sister, How 10 Help loft

The hostesses for the afternoon, work done by her as reporter of Jra.. Mae Green, organist; Mrs. Preparation\ ,For Making Jelly Plum Jelly Mrs. G. W. Roberts, this week. Ao __ ........ ...... "'"
d + Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. Edwards Poinsettia Grove, declaring that Lillian Dobrow, Adah Mrs. Mae Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood returned -.r .._-.. ... ..,... Inw
she Is the ; Select and Wash fruit thoroughly Wash plum and place In kettle -
leading state and is
Burns, Mrs. W. F. Jones, a Powell, Ruth; Mrs. Elizabeth Nas- home from Chicago Satur- v. .. .
close Remove hulls, stems and blossom and cover with water. Boil until ard.-M.-a d. rd..a
'' 1 Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. N. D. second nationally. A rising worthy, Esther; Miss Pearl Manning day where they attended the Cen ..__f--, .d ...hn6. hwr
ends. Cut hard fruits into plums burst and .
vote of thanks to the local for open are ready M*I.d--uu.r
,; + wright, Mrs. N. D. Wain wain-I Its co-operation was I'lven.-ocala press Martha, Mrs. Dolly M. pieces without peeling or coring. strain. Strain and pour juice in tury of Progress Exposition. h..MV tMh toHAROLD....,-"'........'..
assisted by Little Miss Brown, Elects; Mra. Jessie Wooten, Those attending Eastern Star I_ ,... '". ..
i Parks, served delicious sandwichesand Banner warden to cooking vessel and add three- meeting in Starke Tuesday eve- ...... ....._ .._k 1_pre"...... 1oooo
-- ; W. J Epperson, sentinel. The Teat fourths cup of sugar to each cup of wwd..,......d..d I.wn.
iced tea. ning were Mesdames W. L. Beacon
Junior B. Y. P. U., Forty-nine visitors were present, To test jelly, dip a spoon into the juice. Boll rapidly until Jells. Pour E. M. Bennett, L. H. Hill, E. B. 4h..,..-h..r.--rlw.4r
representing twelve chapters of If it sheets and two Into Jelly glasses and cover with
juice and,
The whale shark a spotted giant, Enjoys Weiner Roast Mrs. Charles Dinkins returned to
Among the visitors
drops hang together from the side
Is probably the largest fish in existence. her home here Wednesday after
u Last Tuesday afternoon at the were Mrs. Ruth Gill Kraemer of of the spoon,'the Jelly Is done and Mrs. J. H. Lord. spending some time visiting in Hot

home of Miss Pauline Priest members Jacksonville, worthy matron of should be removed from the fire Starke, Florida. Springs, Ark. STARKE. FLORIDA
S St '..J" -" ...., ...... ,_ of the Junior B. Y. P. U. held Chapter 15; Mrs. Opal M. Reid, immediately,

their quarterly social. Games were worthy matron Green Cove Apple Jelly -

enjoyed until late in the afternoon Springs; Mrs Mary Lee, worthy Guava Jelly _' ma mm nmP mtiU f f agf ATLAS when the little folks were invitedto matron, and Miss Verna Bullard, Cut fruit Into pieces and place in Wash and cut apples Into small

Y the home of Mra. Hutchings past grand matron, of Gainesville; cooking vessel and cover with water pieces, removing core., Place in

f where a weiner roast was enjoyed. Mrs. Della Green, grand conduc- and cook until tender..' Remove kettle and cover with water. Boll

I The Standard 011 About twenty-five members enjoyed tress, of Waldo; Mra. Daisy Hardy; from vessel and strain To each until tender and then strain Jones Store

r. this affair. worthy matron, and Mrs. Lillian 1 cups of juice add 1 cup of lemon through flannel bag.If t

-'Cuaranieed M. Barco, secretary, Palatka Chapter; juice. apples are very tart add one

Woodmen Circle Meeting and Mesdames Salome Maines, Put 3 cups of juice in each cooking pound of best white sugar to each

One YearFrigidaire Nettie Mann Mattie Markey, Dally vessel and bring to boiling pint of juice; if not very tart use LAWTEY FLORIDAFriday
at the Masonic ,
evening Epperson and Emma Hill of the point and add & LUIS of sugar Use half of the amount of sugar. Put
"' s Hall the Starke Grove of Woodmen Lake 'Butler Chapter; Mrs. Mattie wooden spoon to test. Pour in In kettle and boll until jells. Put in

; NNNNN.Nesr Circle celebration will enjoy of the a. birthday fifth anniversary partyin Yard, worthy matron, Baldwin glasses and cover with paraffin. glasses and. cover with paraffin. [ Saturday June 23 24]
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee
Chapter; and Mrs. Rae Thrasher, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, ,
4 of the grove. Mrs. Lillian Rosenberger and Mrs. Starke, Florida. Starke, Florida.
s All members are especially urgedto Blanche Emmerson
of Mlcanopy.
be present and the financial secretary Grape-Jelly MEAL, lOlbs. ________________.. 18c
Mrs. Hutto Is ejkJng :all Blackberry Jelly
y the three members to pay their dues Jo.her Eastern Star BanquetThe Wash bunches thoroughly and Crush fruit thoroughly (run GRITS, 10 IBs ____________-___ 18c
year guar- fruit from stems. Put
by that time, aa her reports must Starke Chapter of Eastern remove into cooking vessel and add through a dllver preferably). Adda RICE, Whole Grain Blue Rose, 7 Ibs.. 25c
f anted electric refrigerator be In Omaha Neb., not later than grapes cup of water to each four quartsof
Star entertained Monday eveningat water to and boil until SUGAR 25c
the 30th. cover slowly fruit and bring to a boll. Then Sibs. _... __.________; _____
6 o'clock at the Magnolia Cafe grapes burst open and are soft
through cheese-cloth sacks
with a banquet honoring Mrs. enough to drain.
rr STOP AT Leona Faircloth, worthy grand matron Drain and add equal parts of squeezing until all the juice Is ,ex-
tracted.To .
of Quincy, who was payingan sugar to the juice and cook In porcelain Last Time at These Prices
b For tale bySmith's II VIOLA'SFor official visit to this chapter at kettle rapidly for 12 minutesor each 2 cups of juice add a few
drops of lemon juice and IK cupS
that time. until a little of the juice hardens of 45 lb tin Compound LARD $3.45
sugar. Boil 20 minutes and test; .
guests were seated at a. very when cooled In ft saucer, skimmingit
prettily appointed table where a frequently. Pour In jelly glasses until It drops from spoon in flakes. Dime Brand MILK
Good Sandwichesand Pour in glasses and cover with loci
Service five Course dinner was served the and cover with parraffin./ e .

gue ts. For grape jelly, fruit should be paraffin.To Charmer COFFEE I5c
4 be most successful cook not _
ICE COLD BEERAsk gathered as it begins to turn color.

y'y't' ifr StationStarke For Our Price on Cases Baptist W. M. S. Mrs. A. F Sauls. cooking more than vessel.two cups of Juice' In, a. Libby's MILK, Large___________ ..6eLibby'
Sinclair Adi.l.l.e Service Station To Meet At KingsleyThe -Starke Florida. Mrs. L. G. Powell, MILK, Small___________ 39

Fla. .. .. Baptist. Women's Missionary Peach Jelly Starke. Florida OYSTERS lOc Size ISe
Where Y. ( .t Y. G4 ,1A..I. 2 for ,
vl e. Society will hold an all-day meet Cut fruit, not too ripe. Into small > ? -

1 ing next Tuesday at the Weeks cot- pieces. Add one-half as much water Next week the Telegraph will

< tage at Kingsley Lake. as fruit and boll until fruit is print Favorite Jam Recipes. If SARDINES in Olive Oil, 3 for_____ l lOc
At this time the Circles Nos. 1 tender. Strain the juice through a you have a favorite one please sendit
L m t 'Wake Up Your Liver Bile and 3 will entertain Circle No. 2 asa jelly bag and measure. Add sugar, in by Tuesday. Ladies from all TOMATOES, Large Cans, 4 for- ,25c

al result of the attendance contest sections of the I3c
pound to pint of Juice and cook until county are invited SALAD DRESSING, Pints _____ -
held In March and April. it jells. Pour in glasses and to send recipes in.
Business and in OK SOAP and POWDER 4 for '9 c
.f' -Without Calomel program meeting cover with paraffin.. -
the forenoon luncheon at 1 o'clock Too' long boiling destroys the LaTouraine
., followed social ___ ______ _
by a afternoon.
jellying principle. If the sugar is Renew Your Health
: i1 And You'll Jump Out of Bed 11 this 1>11.b.ass flavtoc &W .rout fold. heated before Adding It to the juice

"I' ._'*dlf.rt.1 JIM OMJS at UM tMmla.G i the jelly wW..be! clearer. and jell By PurificationAny FROM ME TO YOU
>| the Morning Rarin'to Go .. .. MEATAn
ly, n Motta op TOOT Ton bars a RABBIT more-quickly** .
t thick bid tut a4 your.....Ua Is feel Mm. Answer to the Miss RuMto Mae. Poppell, I physician' will tell you that Regardless of what you hear come to the store where
: ,.r', If you feel sour and sunk and the (tea b.... oak b bl'. ... Tow' ..... Question Starke Florida. 'Ttrfeot Purification of the System you can get the most for your dollar and courteous servo
p world looks punk don't swallow a lot achw and roa,...tan aad m*.Taut' ,,hol. "What Shall We Have For ...: is Nature's Foundation ot ice is given.
of salts, mineral water oil laxative se.mm.Is............. Dinner' -- Perfect Health." Why not rid
candy or chewing gum and expect It tako UWM cood
them to make suddenly sweet Domestic rabbit meat l Is delicious Squeeze juice from ripe straw- are undermining vitality pleasant surprise if m
li ) you LIVER PILLS to frt UM.two pooa and buoyant and full of sunshine. lima tiMlr aod mmk you fed sop sad oPo- tender and fine flavored.It berries. Place in cooking vessel Purify yonr entire system by. taking our store or market. Thank '
N Is flrm and white like the and add 1 cup of sugar to each cup a thorough course of Cafotabs, you.PETE
'j For they can't do It. They only Th y contain woaduful. h.rml" c*>tla JONES
breast of a> chicken. of juice and add Certo as by hi. -once or twice a week for: several'Wepk.nd .
move the bowel/ and a mere movement g UbU. .amuinc who. U tomw Mmatdng and lilanaer.We
4 Far superior to wild rabbit ructions on bottle. Cook rapidly sea how Nature IB- Owner
a doesn't set at the cause. The th.WI.flow Mly. warns with hialth.Calotabs .
reason for jrour down-and-out feeling But dais.b for Uw plea Aik for C.rW and always In season. until ready and pour into glasses you purify the blood Frlrt*
is yiur I..,.... It two LlttU Llwr Peak Look for.h..BUM Carmr'sLed. E. R. BOWERS and cover with paraffin. the liver kidney, stomach by ao.UvaU1I1r Rcaerve the Right to Limit or Change the Above

:r pounds of liquid bile intopyour. bowels Lin* nil ea .A nd liM.R..U a See Me at Canova's Pharmacy Mrs. J. W. Edwards. and bowels. In 10 ets. and S3 eta.padae. Without NoUceJ

: :, daily. ,IIUb.1w&"IS..u. 0ip31C.U.Ca Starke Florida. .. All dealers (Adv.)


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Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto Mr. and Mrs. Bryant W Hodgesand \
4-H Boys To CampAt Slate Prison Fund
are spending this week In Wild- daughter. Marjorie Evelyn / '
'i ,
wood and Oxford visiting Mrs. Al- passed through Starke last Sundayen Interlarhen Soon May Fall N ,

Bits of bert Williams and Mrs. J. H. Scott. route to their home' In Jackson- :

ville after a visit ifc St Petersburgwith The annual encampment of the Half enacted legislation, dying

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs are announcing Mrs. Hodges! parents Mr. and 4-H Club boys of Union and Bradford the paths of administration

the arrival of a daughter Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. They were Counties will be held next my, has left the Florida to h '

local Nev Dotty Sue Thursday June 15: at accompanied to Jacksonville by week at Interlachen. The boys will Prison In a questionable status, t

St. Vincents Hospital Jackson Miss Novelle Holt 'of Tampa who leave Monday and will return Fri has been revealed by a'survey /,!";'
day afternoon. A full program will In Tallahassee.In ,
ville. was en route to SU Augustine for completed

Concerning Our People Basinets and a visit with relatives,, :' be carried out each day under dl. the hurry that came h '
""" rrction of the state supervisors and the of the session
adjournment I
:Mrs. A. V. Long Ml's. TT. A. Ca- ,.
of the County and'Town. L. T. Dyer county agent.
Progress House
nova and little daughter Mary Mrs. H. Morris of Henderson- passed a measure p
Anne of Gainesville were In Starke yule N. C.. was In Starke the first I Visitors wishing to attend camp a state levy of seven-eights of 1+1

Friday visiting Mrs.. Eunice E. Ca- of the week coming here to accompany should come on Thursday after mill for the upkeep and I ,'' J
L- nova. her sister Mrs. Juno noon and stay until after the camp of the Prison Farm. The .

St l> Johns of New River was a Joe Fugate and Walter Ste- Wall who has ben very ill at her fire program in the evening when failed to take action.

visitor here Wednesday.T phens of Alachua were visiting } Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart. Mr. home la the eastern part of town the boys will give a special program The ralllage established: by
friends in Starke Sunday. : to HendersonvUle' where she will acortllng to Mr. Dyer who last Canton legislation' set the
and Mrs. W. C. Manning and little .
C Hazen of Brooker was a daughter Marjorie Claire undergo an operation. Little Ed- will be In charge: of the camp. at three-eighths of a mill. :
spent I
vlsltot here last Tbursday. Miss Ruth Sternberg and :Miss Sunday afternoon at Jacksonville win Brock who has spent the past NOIICK. was because a surplus had been

Ruby Kilpatrick spent! last Friday Beach. year here with his, aunt Mrs. Wall up under a previous assessment 'j
'"j G Godwin of the State Farm afternoon in Jacksonville. ; I accompanied them to North Caro- Under Chapter 15789 Acts of one mill. Under present
visitor here Sunday. I lina. 1031 all persons firms and corporations the state budget. commission Is
was a Dr. Stewart P. Van lvlp.re is
are required to make returns the opinion that the -
Mrs. Lois Mrs. J. M. Edwards spending! the week in Gainesville J s
Long, -
F Brown of Tampa wasa Citizens Are to the Tax Assessor of all of mill will fall short of I}
Marcus and attending the Short Camps '
Mrs. A. L. Kahr Jr., Course for
Intangible: personal property which attached to the upkeep I'
visitor here in Jacksonville.Miss State Doctors at the of
spent Monday University Gelling New Deal
Includes all
moneys, notes. Hens or 'I the prison by approximately
Florida.Mr. .
other evidences of due of million dollars. } ,
o Bumgarner of Palatka wasa moneys quarter a
11 I to Starke Sunday.R Dorothy Alvarez of Jack Major General Edward L. King mortgages and bonds except county -I The cost of keeping tho I t
visitor sonvllle has been enjoying a several and :Mrs. F. C. Hollings- commanding the Fourth Corps city or government bonds.! All Farm hRS Increased more than P

Thede of Lawtey was a days visit here with relatives. worth Miss Elizabeth Hollings- area has received telegraphic instruction persons! firms or corporations fail- per cent In the last six years. I I:
R worth and Miss Martlle .
visitor here Monday.Mrs Heming- from the War Department Ing or refusing to make such returns number rf prisoners now held I 'I
business Mrs. Aluxey Dell of Gainesville lit! way were visitors to Jacksonville that the Citizens' Military shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor bondage by the State ID '

was Monday. Training Camps wll( be held this and conviction thereof more than 3,000. Six I I
D. A. Montleth a Vlsl- spending! the week with Mr. and upon years I
Jacksonville ThuradayR Mrs. S. T. Dell at Kingsley Lake. I year. Only those young men- who shall be fined not more than there) were a few more than .:
toi 'f'i' MS* ,.Congressman R. A. Green returned I have completed the basic trainingor Five Hundred Dollars or be con- I II |I /
White 'ff home Sunday from Washington its equivalent will be sent to fined In the for I F I '' '
county Jail: not Young Folks Wreck
of Lawtey'wasa Miss Edith Thornton of the State \
and will spend his vacation ;
camp. All red white and blue more than six months or both In j
business visitor here Friday.A Star Farm is spending this week in : with his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. course! men who were previously the discretion of the court. On Wall here } F

Blanchard of Lawtey wasa with Miss Pearl Manning. H. Green. accepted for camp this year will be Please let me have your returnsat y5

M notified of this change of plans and the very earliest date possible.N. I A of five members of
business visitor here Monday. Mrs. Andrew Crews and Mrs D. Hugh Alderman and Bill Brewerof ordered to camp. It In possible D WAINWRiailT. party set !' 'l R'

-- Thornton of..Ahe State Farm spent Jacksonville were in Starke that a number of red, white and Tax Assessor Bradford Co. Augustine's younger ?
W W Packman of Theressa wasa Monday in Starke with relatives.A. Monday evening visiting Mr. and blue course men who were classified escaped serious Injury r +
visitor here Friday afternoon. Mrs O. W. Alderman and Miss as alternates will also be called Your attention Is respectfully' when the car In which they

L. Taylor of LaBelle was call- Mona Alderman. The date of opening of the called to the following communication motoring to Starke overturned : 11 o '
M. W Mann of Lake Butler wasa from lIon. J. M. Lee a ditch after a rear tire was
1- will be announced Comp :
ed here Tuesday by the death of camps
out. The accident occurred
business visitor here Saturday.C troller State of Florida 1 9k
his mother :bare Josephine Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Durden ofMontlcello General King urges that all former- : .
ten miles out St.
To the Tax Assessors of the &
Thursday morning an- trainees who qualified for camp
S. Kelley of Brooker was attending Several Counties of the on the Mill Creek Road. ft ,
nounced the birth of a son. The this hold themselves in readi-
I year
Judge A. Z. Adklns and State's I Miss Frances Walker .
business here Monday.W State ,
to of Florida.
name of the man has not
young ness for orders and, in case of recent '
Attorney A. S. Crews are attend- Gentlemen of Mrs. Hazel Walker received
ing court in Lake Butler this week. been learned yet. change of address to Communicate ; back and Is ,/ ,,
C Wooten of Lawtey was attending with corps area headquarters Enclosed I am handing you here. badly sprained << r '

to business here Saturday., Miss Ola Griffin of Jacksonville at Fort McPherson Atlanta with a Bulletin this day Issued'I treated In Flagler Honpltal. ; q'I I

Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs. C. L. Is spending several days in Starke with reference to the return of Intangible members of the party escaped { t{' 1f,

Allen L. Green of Brooker was and little son of Hampton were with her uncle' and Aunt, Mr. and Ga.The camps will probably open taxes. only bruises and scratches. !

attending to business here Friday.Miss visitors here Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. T. J. Griffin at their home on sometime! between July 7 and July The laws of the State of Florida,, young people were en route : ,I { i

North Cherry Street. 19, the army post' )tn Florida being require such a return and fix a Starke where one of their number.Altred r

Margaret Williams spent Mr. and Mrs. Glen O. Searingand Fort Barrancas at Pensacola. rather severe penalty for the fail- Matthews was to have '
j In Jacksonville with friends. ure to make such! returns.It the layman in charge of the midday
Friday two little daughters spent the Mrs. J. R. Hardee, Marvin Har- ?
week-end with relatives at Live dee and Howard Hardee of Fernan- CLAKENCE I* CLYATT will be the policy of this office services at the

Mrs Q. W. Brown of Lawtey was Oak. dina motored to Kingsley Lake Clarence Lester" Cylatt. 48, died to enforce his law just as other Church. <<, <<
| visitor here Wednesday morning. revenue measures enforced and, Others In the car were
a Friday and spent the day with Mr. following a cerebral hemmorrhage are
Mrs. W. H. Hart left Wednesday and Mrs. L. A. Davis. at his home In Jacksonville Saturday to this end I respectfully ask you Frances LJorum Charles .
Mr and Mrs. John Mott of that you give this matter such pub- and Robert Hoppe. Pi.
: for Surrency Ga., where she will
j Brooker were visitors here Saturday visit Mr. Hart's mother Mrs. M. A. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McCloud ofPlalnvllIe. Mr. Clyatt was a native of Providence licity in your respective counties aa WILL I1KAH S.COMPLAINTS: j /

| Hart. Conn., who are enjoyinga and moved to Jacksonville will be enforced and your full co-

tour of Florida, spent Monday in from Live Oak sixteen years ago. operation to this end Is respectfully According to a legal notice ;,

Maurice G. Langford of Pahokee Miss Lorraine Barbour of Jack- Starke visiting: their cousins Mr. He was an electrician and connected requested. this week's paper. Tax Assessor N.D. t r

was visiting friends in Starke Friday sonville baa been the guest of Miss and Mrs G. W. Alderman. with tlus Seaboard Air Line Yours very truly Wainwright will met the r f
Railway Company J. M. LEE.Comptroller.. of County Commissioners Monday ri
Williams for several
days.Margaret Sheriff W. J. Epperson returned Survivors are his widow Mrs. July 10 at 10 o'clock a.m. for

George W. Roberts of Lawtey Friday from Tampa where he at- Annie L. Clyatt; ono son, ClarenceL. purpose of ,hearing complaints :

I was attending to business hqre Fri- Mrs. Aubrey Moore and children tended the State Sheriffs' Conven Clyatt Jr., both"of Jacksonville; In 16 years flying. Walter Mlt. receiving testimony as to the .
day. tlon. While Sheriff I and sister Mra.- G. D. telholzer crossed the Alps 100 of any propel on the
have returned home after a several away Epperson a Wyae of times. t '
days visit in Gainesville with'rela- also visited relatives at St. Peters- Pompano. -- rolla... / M Js
---- ---- -
Col. J. C; Adkins of Gainesvillewas burg. ---- -- ---

a visitor here Tuesday after. tives. I MAMIKK'MNOTIC13 : !! ...'LM u __ __ __ Ifc't
ia hereby given that un"d..r -=. =
I noon. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall had of and by virtue ..f a Flnnl Uocrov -

Butler spent Sunday in Starke with as guests for the week-end at their the Foreclosure Honorable made A. 4 25.! and Adklim rendered. Judge by
G. W Kelly of Lake Butler was Mrs. Johns parents Mr. and Mrs. summer cottage at Kingsley Lake, of the Circuit Conit. of the 26th Judicial
I a business visitor to Starke Wednesday and Olrcult or }Florida/ In and fur
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pike Mr.
W. H. Green. Bradford' County 'In- dated
I Mrs. I. N. Hill and Captain Mickler May; turd, 19.13, In l't"l; CHUMtherein
lately pending: between The
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand of Jacksonville. Federal" Land Hunk of Columbia
Mrs Alice Langford of Gainesville Mrs. Stewart P. Vandiviere Plaintiff, and J. It Happ and. wife, lip Top
I was visiting friends In Starke Misses Marie Louise Davis An- Avey Sapp, Defendant! the underHlHrned. .
were visitors to Gainesville Tues- .. who wa. therein appointed
I Friday, day afternoon.Mr. nie Partin and Carol Hardee who aa. Hpeclal Planter In Chancery to execute
have spent the last ten days with the same will on Monday, the
Srd of
day July 18.13 during the legal -
Mrs. Berry Johns and Miss Dolly and Mrs.. Alvin Barrow of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis at Kings- hour of sale.. before the Court
I Lamb were visitors to Jacksonville ley Lake have returned to their lions door In fitMtrke, Florida sell
I Gainesville were in Starke Saturday to the highest and' beet bidder for
Tuesday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. D. home in Fernandina.Mrs. cash, the followlnic described litndN.' j
situate, lying and being In BradfordThe i ,
Wainwright Jr NK'4\\ of NKM\! of SVV'4' and
Little Miss Edith Jones Is spendIng Schell Carver and daughter 11<4 of Klnt. ; NW"4 and T.,10 4 of
sometime in Tampa visiting and Mrs. G. F, Clif- NKV4\ of NWU\ and ;PWVJ: \ of l WW
J. C. Manning Is spending the Mary Louise of NK'/J anil VV'4 of NWV4 of Maxwell House SUGAR
relatives.Dr. week in Jacksonville visiting his ford and daughters Carmen Marguerite NWVi of NHM all In See. ,
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and i and Leona of Jacksonville Township taining1 65:S acre S., It.ng.21;more or B.., ,less. COFFEE, lb.. .26c 5 lbs. ._ _. ..23c
and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere Mrs. C. F. Boyer.; 'spent last Friday in Starke with with the appurtenance;' '
were visitors. to Jacksonville last Miss Ruby Mae Poppell.Mr. Bald. Hal*. io ,ba nMid4 imreua.nt to 'k
I said Deorea to satisfy the .same_. and. '
Thmjday. ? Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Miss Beth Costa

I Wilmberly, Miss Ethel Ricks, andC. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwelland A* Rpeclal B. K.Mauler PBRRYMAN In ; / Pound t5c 3 Ibs. .23e
J G. P. Wadsworth of Hampton have been _. ._ _ __ _
M. Griffis of Highland were visitors two daughters, who :Oonnty Florida, to-wlt:
(wag a business visitor here Friday here.Friday. spending a month at the Moore 5-285tfl-3J| |

I afternoon. cottage at Kingsley Lake have recently NuTI(.FI OK FIIte'r MKIJTINQ OP POST TOASTIES MACARONI

Miss Belva Harrison of Stuart is moved to the Griffin homeon 1UI'I'OI&: .

Mra. Cleveland A. Driggera of enjoying a two weeks visit here North Walnut Street. Btatee In the. for District the Southern'Court of PUtrlot the United of 2 pkgs.. _ t5c Package -- -. 3e 1 1r
Lake Butler friends
was visiting with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Florida. In Bankruptcy.
here Saturday In the matter of J. A. Saul, trading r
.. Mrs. Oscar Andreu. Mr*. Emma Tanner and two aa Haul'a Store: also I Haul Grocery Post Bran FLAKES SPAGHETTI
-. sons, Edwin and Bobby of Baldwin Store, of Bturke, Florida, In the ; IS";"

A. M Lewis and W. F. Moore of Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and and Mills Eva Powell of Cocoa are County said, bankrupt of Bradford District l afore Package 9c Package .3c s, I''
I Lawtey were transacting business of Jacksonville were visitingMrs. enjoying a several days' visit here Notice In hereby irlven that on
sons : : t
here Friday I Powel's June 19, 1 S3. the said debtor wan
Stith's parents Mr. and Mrs.H. with Mrs. Tanner's and Miss duly adjudged bankrupt. and that '
L. Brownlee Friday.R. mother_Mrs. Laura Powell. the first moetlnv" acid creditor JELLO Ice Cream GIN G ERA L E t,
Mrs. j. L. Johns and Miss Essie will be held In Court House Btarke,
Florida I on June 3D f 1933, at S o'clock
3 bottles ,25c
app of New River were visitors Robinson which time said Powder 3 (or._ .25c
O. Daniels of Sarasota, an em- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. P. M. at creditorsmay a 4,
bere ,
attend their claim,
| Saturday. El. prove appoint
ployee of the Pullman Company Miss Vera Clarle Robinson a truxtee, examine the bankrupt -
spent Monday in Starke with Mr. drldge and Lester Price Robinsonof and transact such other bual-. LOG CABIN GRAPE JUICE
W. L. flees an may properly coma before
Wall and A. E. Wall Jr., Apopka and Mrs. and Mrs. R. F. .
W. Edwards.
and Mrs J. said meeting.
Iwere day visitors to Jacksonville Tues- JI'( I Demorest spent the week-end at Dated Jacksonville, Florida, Jun. SYRUP, can ._ __ 23c Pint ... .- __ t4c 1

afternoon. Miss Peggie Turnbull of Gainesville the Robinson cottage at Kingsley JOBJ:3 that "your claim la properly\
Lake. executed ana filed with the Keferee,
-Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of has been a recent l'Ueetf othi-rwlne you will, not .participateIn Belt White GRAPE JUICE /
Sew : Miss Lillian Sternberg at bee homeon dividend ?
River| were visitors here Saturday i ) ,PGeorge I Lester Mickler spent the first of MOnOAN F. JONES
North Walnut Street. .23c
Hd..r. In Bankruptcy. BACON lb. tOe Quart .
| afternoon. the week In Birmingham Ala., - t

I Johns of Lake Butler where he attended the marriage of "
of Mr. and Mrs. Inman Harrison who has been spending several hie cousin. Edward Masters of St. POSITIVE RELIEF BACON PEACHES .

I Worthington Springs were visi C. Augustine, to Miss Frances Ken- I FROM I II
ton months In Washington, D. ;was.
,ere Sunday. visiting friends here Sunday. nedy of Birmingham, which was an I Plate, lb. 7zc 3 cans -- _- -- .25e
event*of Tuesday. PILESAgoelalag i
James A. Goodfellow of Lakeland -
Mrs. A. H. Green and Robert CHILI I CON PAPER NAPKINS
was a business visitor, to funeral of William Those attending the worthy ratttal palm .kcaycjto ;
Starke last Green attended the visit to the Lake atl l.tr .0"'OI'tI--eI' __. imlutly. -
Friday matron's
Whitehead at Sapp Cemetery grand Order of Eastern That la lk. relief ALL CARNIE, can tOe pkg. __ _. tOe '
Miss Raiford Wednesday morning.: Butler Chapter pile ......-. obtala frOaa 'MEMO.
Patricia Lambe spent the evening from ''
Star, Saturday this 4''
FREE. W rapport atateneat
k-end In with Mrs. Mrs. E. W. No. 2 Size Can PAPER "C UPS
,, Macclenny Mrs., R. M. Sparkman returned Starke chapter were: with a money-back. gaaraate*.
P tasle Mae Blakely. home Sunday from a visit in Or- Hayes, Mrs. G. A. Anderson Mrs. If yo. m*. tortured by pile yowLaTO I-t 1'i r
TRIPE tSe Dozen _ IOe
lando with her brother and: sister- W. J. Epperson Mr. and Mrs. C. A. probably tried may ea ealledare ,
Yancey Williams is enjoying a Futch Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Sis- *. Do ... Judge HEMO-FREC
t in-law,Mr, and Mrs. Paul Macey. ..,.. ,
In at It actloaila
Bamberg S. C.. with his trunk. Mrs. W. C. Wooten. Mrs. W. by poet dle.pp. TUNA FISH '
Mend, Wells and positive, aI..... _ra..l.... in ,
Benny Smoke. Jean and James Lee and Clarissa H. Biggs. Mrs. E. B. 'sa*.* of Itdo//.., bUdia>.. _........
T. S. Knight of Lake Butler who are Mrs. L. H. Hill, p oti Jia., or Interval' pilo*. 1 4 cans __ _ _25c '/ -Ib. can ._ t5e i'' 'c'ct
ruler Hart, prominent furniture music pupils of Miss Mona Alder- R..._ bow Joyoo* lifo we.ib.f.r. t
of Jacksonville, was a visl- visitors here Tuesday.Mr. :Miss Hazel UnderbID has returned violent pain itabbod. you
here Monday Mr. Hart owner man, were home after an absence of six lato dull ......,.. Refala that CORN PICKLES ,

the local Hart furniture store, and .weeks the first four of which she pr....... happla>. by ....U..; forsad
looking after his Interests and Luther Mrs. E. of F. Jacksonville Rhodes ,I spent In various sections of the ..!af HEMO-PREE. If yowiab 2 cans ._ ..2Sc Sweet, qt. 15c
ra little son pay poatmaB opoat dalivory.
spent Sunday at Kingsley Lake East Coast directing evangelisticmusic. Sand U>. aoBpoa .....,.. NOW iata PEKOE I '
The last two weeks she Toilet Tissue Paper TEA
with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. beat tI_.. ,

ENT A WORD Edwin Silvernail who has beenllpendlnl' guest spent of In Mrs.Daytona Otto SchmehL Beach as:Miss the 4S2O HEMO Weet LABORATORIES rise Blvd. 6 rolls', _ _.2Se 1/a.Ib. ___ tOe

several weeks with his Underhill plans on spending two Loa Aacet.. Calif. I IE..I.
\ grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R. M.Sparkman. 'weeks at home and then will returnto ..... I. '1.00 for f.ll .!.. CORNED BEEF COFFEE
tube of HEMO-FREE.
COLUMN left Sunday for Jack- Daytona Beach where she has *-- .. t5e 2 lb.. .2Se ( '
asked to take part In a pageant can H _' -
ft RENT-Matthews Cottage sonville where be will visit bis been Addroa._- -- ,.. ., '
Mr. and to be given there during the J
KlngalLake.., ,By week or brother-in-law and slater _City La' .1 I
th. Mrs. TwymAn Marshall. first week In July.t.'T J '
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Q ? ?., r ''lSe rW;' 7, .'rz+ 1n e,, :1 + .'1 "c' "A iWnn k7-r e...'. G-' ".r ,*J,
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""wr- .- -a. Is 28 Per Cent -
Strawberry Crop Smaller
Forces Striving 1 I

Beautify State Are Hints To Housewives 1 Than In 1932, Government Report Save- -01-


Highly Commended Weekly from Berne Demonstration .- ey ANN t'AOtiNOW The United States Department of severe winter conditions "n,.
FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee states of Washington t"o '
that school U out and boy Agriculture Bureau of Agricultural ano Oregon

GAINESVILLE forces that girls have all day to play In Economics, Division of Crop and according to reports last January
have been striving for a more Watermelon! Kind the sun and got up big appetite. It were expected to show a
Gingered<< reduction
Conducted by Demonstration Agents beautiful Florida were highly com- andre !Ia time for mother to plan way to Livestock Estimates! Washington, of U per cent in acreage for

mended in a recent address by Carefully remove ali green pare herself Sun cult, overall and D. C., says a commercial straw- but acreage destroyed bv 1933,
cut ) the
game 28 cent
smaller of
by December
Prof. H. Harold Hume assistant berry crop per verity ana
fancy shapea. "cop and robber or "cowboy and February
""""' -- director of research with the Florida : Into squares Indian the than that of 1932 Is Indicated for freezes has extended the
III Soak for 3 hours in lime water; for simplify laundry problem decrease
Y t _ _ Experiment Station, and widely each of rind add 1 table- and simple, wholesome meal can the late group of states, accordingto to a total of 31 per cent below the
Summer 4-H CampsTo known writer and authority on sub- be easily and quickly prepared. Information secured as of May 1932 acreage. In addition
of lime to 1 quart of water. the
RURAL tropical horticulture. He was giv spoonful Long day of unbroken beat quickly 15. The estimated acreage for bar- yields have been greatly
Be Attended By ing the last In a series of fortyoneradio Freshen In clear water for 1 to 2 ripen fruit. and vegetable and vest In these late states in 1933 1s and are expected to only Impaired
COMMON SENSEBy hours, drain well and bollrapidly for Just a* quickly wilt or spoil them. barely ex.
2000 Club MembersGAINESVII.LF. talks especially to garden 15 minutes In a ginger tea made by Waab and store vegetable fn refrigerator 11 per cent smaller and yields are ceed 60 per cent of last years yield

8FUl JOHNSON club members which were given by 1 of ginger in 1 spring house or ceo) cellar. expected cent below In the eight other state Included
workers with the College of Agri- dissolving ounce Do not wash, fruit. but keep all but those'of 1932.. Very nearly all in the late group, the 1933
close to Drain, and put I
With of water. acreage
culture and< Experiment Station quart I banana In a cool place.In of this reduction in the group has is reported to be 4 per cent
BALANCED PRODUCTION 2.000 Florida 4-H Club boys and Into a warm syrup made from 1V4 addition to fruits there are larger
over the state station WRUF and occurred in the two Pacific Northwest than that of 1932 and yields
IN FARMING SHOULD girls expected to attend, the annual pounds of sugar 1 quart water, many delicious and healthful dessert are ex
three other radio stations States where the strawberrycrop petted to run about
which be Including 10
can quickly prepared -
',r; i ACCOMPANY: INFLATION season of camps held by the county and 1 pint strained ginger tea. per cent be.
gelatin cornstarch and tapi- suffered extensive injury from low
in the average.
L "Beauty our landscape, re- until
hours or
and home demonstration agents Cook for about 1V4 oca pudding. and custards.
will not restore last week. moval of the unsightly, the mak- Let stand over night, egg OROUP ACREAGE YIELD Per ACREx PHilo""' 'r
1 Inflation alone got under way transparent. The Quaker Maid Kitchen offer and' Indicated 10:(
pre-war purchasing power to the In these camps the boys and ing of good gardens, the develop- having. rind covered with a syrup these timely menusLow STATE. 1933 1933 1932 1933 19n;j. 'n'ft.'
ment of beauty spots, the conser- Acre. Acre" Crates Crate.
220 degrees IOn 'RI'
over-produced farm commoditiescotton a weeks Intensive which when boiling tests Cost Dinner __ ______
l girls are given vation of nature's great plant con- Early __ 46.560 46.700 57.0 62.7 2.65: '. "
; wheat, corn, hogs, rice, and training In recreational leadershipand F. Arrange in Jars, cover Tomato "Second Early-----__ 46.330 55,330 67.7 fi7.4 30H ;':
i T tributions to our state-these val and Soup Intermediate ____ 49,010 63.900 77.1 71.8 a:7K: Mal:
tobacco. This opinion Is expressed In better farming and home- I with syrup fasten tops, process Cold Sliced Pork Potato Salad LATE uu
be overestimatedeither :
by officials of the United States i making practices. These camps are ues can scarcely ; 11-oun'ce Jars about 15/ min Bread end Butter Indiana ____________n 1.800 2.250 84 811 H1'!'
of Agriculture In commenting in their esthetic aspects or utes. Chocolate Pudding Top Milk Iowa _________________ 2.900 2,950 75 70 21" 191
s Department In club work P\4
one of the highlights In their financial values," Mr. Coffee Tea Milk Michigan _____nu___ 6,850 8.760 13 88 6fl''
upon recent increases in and are eagerly anticipated by the Watermelon Rind Pickle or New York ____________ 4.960 4.810 105 85 52i j"
of farm commodities. I Hume said. "These things have Medium Cost Dinner Ohio .___________.____ 4.000 4.200 70y 85 2ar( !\
the prices boys and girls. real value regardless. of our atti- Remove aiL.green and pink por- Oregon _______________ 12.120 7.aoo 80 45 9ie! <
Inflation ordinarily gWes farm- Some thirty Polk County club tions from 2 pounds of rind. Cut Fried Chicken, Maryland Style PenliMylvanla __.______ 3.070 a.loo 90'. 110 27'' 244
tude to them, and the sooner we I'tah ____.______ 1.200 1.500 83 IS
certain definite advantages Bolted Rice Pea 101''
era girls attended the first of these awake to a full realization of this In desired shapes, soak for 3 hoursIn Washington. __________ 8.980 7,200 83 55 73f 'Ill
j' Such measures, designed to raise camps held last week. This week fact the better for the state. The lime water, drain, and boll for 1 Currant Jelly WI.eomln ____________ a.050 a.ooo 77 70 2 ilol yt
,,1 prices, raise the prices of raw materials until tender in fresh water. Hot Biscuits Butter CJroup Total 60,520 45.000 U.1 859 4.0'1' ,
about sixty Union and< Bradford great garden movement, the efforts hour or Cherry Bavnrlan Total all states.------102,420 201.000 70.6 67.1 13.51' 1?:i9t
and farmers are pri-
first, club girls are holding their camp of garden clubs, the'interest Drain and cover with weak vine- Coffee MUk See.;rstlnn of I.ate
;, marily producers of raw materials. while another camp of an equal go -1 cupful to 2 cupfuls water- Urm.p Falln.ntrnDragonWashington:
work done
of women's clubs,,the by Very Special Dinner
business __ 21.100 14.600 80,9 49.9 1.701!
Inflation may help general Discardthe /e1,
ia held for and let stand over night.
number of boys being
the demand highway beautification organiza- Melon 5 Other) Stales------- 29,420 80.570 S1.2 7M 2.m .Iii
} conditions and Improve Lake and Marlon counties. tions, and the efforts of everyone liquid and make a syrup of 3 Roast Beef Cup Potato Bail (x) 84 quart crates.

for farm goods as well as increase Monday, June 28, the West FlorIda Interested In Florida's beauty must cupfuls vinegar, J I/, cupful water, Boiled Onions Oregon-Strawberry productionthis plants were killed outright m oth-
t their prices. It reducea the rela- teaspoonful allspice will be much smaller era it ia difficult to determine
4-H Club Camp, on Choctaw. be supported and advance. In this 5 cupfuls sugar, 1 Mustard Pickles year very how
tive size of fixed charges, such as and 1 tablespoonful cloves, 6 Corn Bread Butter than: usual by reason of the destructive much injury was done to bud and
t hatchee Bay, will open run work the Experiment Station and
{' debts and Interest, that farmers small pieces cinamon, and, if de- Stuffed Tomato Salad freezes the past winter. crown and how much plant vitality I
through the first week of August. College of Agriculture have had a Coffee Lemon Fie Milk
'7 t must pay. Counties that will send boys and I part, in the distribution of practical slrered, 1 ounce green ginger root. While damage arising from freezIng baa been drained. On much of the I

4 But the present farm problem girls to this camp are Santa Rosa, knowledge and experimental results Heat the syrup to 180 degrees F., of plants in December and sub- surviving acreage, the yield poasl- [
fundamental lack of hour. Add the Farm Products has been serious in all bilitles still uncertain.
( rests upon a Sacambla. Holmes, Washington, and will continue to have a and Infuse for 1 sequently, are
I + ,; balance between the production of Okaloosa, Walton, Jackson, Cal- part," he said. drained< rind and cook gently for 2 sections (in no instance reportedless Washington-Winter killing of I
Continue To RiseThe
(P, ''rl actual agricultural: goods and the houn, and Liberty. The groups houra or until the syrup is fairly than 50 per cent) it varies strawberry plants was rather ex-1

9 consumption of those goods Amer- from these counties, ranging from In the series of nineteen workers thick. Seal and store. considerably between localities and tensive in some important areas ]

:' ican farmers are producing too 29: to more than 100 will make a with the Experiment Station and Sweet Cantaloupe Pickle upward sweep of farm under different conditions. Island but In the Puget Sound and Grand I

.; much wheat, pork, cotton, and total of more than COO boys and College of Agriculture discussed Soak one and one-half pounds of I prices Is shelving; for the time beIng acreages and other protected spots Mound sections, injury from excep.

;, other commodities under the con girls who will spend a week at the soils, annuals, bulbs, fertilizers, rind for three hours In lime water, many of the extraordinary new show comparatively little damage.The tlonally low temperatures wail

ts'7''/ ditions that now prevail. lawns, transplatlng, propagation, ((2 ounces of lime to one gallon of powers for relief extended to gov- older plantings and neglected moderated by the influence of !

;, (I Normally farmers do gain by Inflation camp.Additional 4-H Club camps are trees, native plants, azaleas, vines, water). Drain, and soak in fresh ernment farm officials by Con- acreages, of which there was con- large bodies of water. In general, I

tj but the presence now of to be held this summer for groups palms, insects, diseases, roses, water for one hour. Make syrup by gress, according to a dispatch from siderable amount aa a result of the the loss in potential crop yields I la I

these surpluses prevents them from In Jefferson, Leon, Wakulla, I, pruning, foundation plantings, boiling together one quart of water Yashlngton. unfavorable market situation In not believed to exceed 30 to 40 percent I
water roadsides
gaining the full measure of benefit. Suwannee, Union and Bradford, hedges, gardening Following -, and one pint of sugar, add well- This rise, credited in part by 1932, were most seriously Injured In the principal strawberry !

: Hicher prices caused by Infla Okeechobee ,and Highlands, St. and other gardening-topics. drained rind, and cook rapidly for government statisticians to inflaionary In general the Ettersburg variety areas, but runs as high as 70 to 80 j
the broadcasts about
tend to increase 10,000 minutes. Allow to stand over to have been the cent in of the less Important .
tion alone may. Johns and Duval Alachua, Manatee 30 influences, has greatly increased seems damaged per some
of these talks sent out
production, and to intensify the Palm Beach and Dade, and copies were night. Next morning add one cup- potential farm purchasing most. In many instances, the areas.

s, 7 actual maladjustment between pro- possibly! other counties.A in answer to requests. ful sugar, one cupful vinegar, and power, l long dammed by-low prices .

,, duction and effective demand. number of additional camps aplcebag' ((1 tablespoonful each of and surplus production. Every Important -

\I Desirable as a rise in the general will be held in various sections of State's Healthiest cinnamon, cloves, and allspice, and farm product has shownan

_, trice level is, under existing conditions the state for the adult home demonstration % tablespoonful of mace). Cook increase, one of them, wool, ad- PIK YOUR TRUK[

\ It must be accompanied by club members, and a 4-H Club Girl Gets until rind Is transparent--about vancing 75 per cent to its. approxi-

; production control unless and until two-day Farmers' Institute is being Exercise in Garden one hour. Cool and pack in small mate pre-war level.

normal markets are restored. planned for the West Florida 4-H jars| Cover with the strained Mont Important Legislation

j Farmers must look past the benefits Camp. syrup and process.
Congress enacted more far- lineFor
x of inflation toward the real TALLAHASSEE Florida's I from this low-priced
to economic healthiest 4-H Club girl for 1933, BEAUTY FOIL INSANE reaching agricultural legislation
1 essential adjustment vol- recently selected at the annual 4-H TALLAHASSEE-Beauty ther- during the three-month session
of the WRUF
realitythe adjustment farms short course held here, gets muchof apy as treatment for mental disor- than: its predecessors have put on

ume of output of American with FARM PROGRAM"The her exercise in the Florida sun ders may be tested at the Florida the statute books in any decade. _tstoej
tlb to the actual needs, coupled
? shine of her club garden. She is State Hospital at Chattahoochee The farm adjustment act, the $2,-
ability to pay of the people Voice of Florida"
Ti Janle Wheeler, Jefferson County, as the result of the Interest Governor 300,000,000 mortgage refinancinglaw
will output.
-. and she will represent Florida in Sholtz haa shown in the subject and an act completing consolidation 1

a, ;a: GAINESVILLE -- Farm radio the national health contest at the After visiting the institutionand of Federal agriculturalcredit

t A DRYS PLAN RALLY talks by College of Agriculture National Club Congress In Chicago noticing the drab costumes of agencies, were the most Im-

;' LAKELAND-- Florida prohibi I workers will be given during the this fall. the women, their listless expressionand portant.The the big majority of today's truck owners there'sno
I Florida Farm Hour from state radio hopeless attitude Governor adjustment act has as its
tionists have been called to meet Janie lives on a farm eight miles of what truck to buy. They are
4 longer question
that it would any .
i and station WRUF at noon each North of Monticello. She makes Sholtz began to think goal returning purchasing power
here 4 an all-day rally
July The general call was issued day next week according to the her own clothes, and she rides help them to have more color in of farmers to its pre-war status. making their selection from Chevrolet's line-the lowest
program. following' schedule: their clothing and this week he So far the advance In prices has
z by Dr. J. L. White, for Florida I eight miles to school where she wll priced six-cylinder'trucks on the market. And it isn't
Saturday, June 24 Florida be senior next She Is five went a step further and suggested affected materials the farmer sells
Baptists Dr. Lewis N. Stuckey, for a year. choose Chevrolet
r ; just low price that makes them
to the board that it would be a without the
Southern Methodists; Dr. C. W. Farm News and Hints. Editorial feet three Inches tall and weighs measurably
)k k Crooke, Anti-Saloon League: Miss Snapshots. I 119 pounds. She Is fond of swim good idea to give these unfortunate I cost of goods he most commonly These trucks, available in three wheelbase lengths, and a

Minnie E. Neal. Women's Christian Monday, June 26-Soil Acidity, ming and basketball but likes the women instruction and assistance I buys. big variety of body types, cost less for gas oil, upkeep
''tl and of It Dr. O. in beauty culture, hair dressing, Difficulty Cited
Union James H. Ways Correcting garden exercise best. She does not
Temperance ; with
trucks. You
and repairs than other canaave
Bunch, chairman, Florida No Re- C. Bryan. Control of Mealy Bugs smoke or drink beer. She regu- manicuring and facials. Secretary Wallace believes that any

( peal Committee.; and Dr. J. W Car- on Citrus-J. R. Watson. larly retires at 10 o'clock. ATTEND undertaking any program of production Chevrolet trucks, the most popular in the world.
?i penter, chairman of the' Temper Tuesday, June 27-Effects of For four years she has been com- LEESBURC!-The annual spring., curtailment while prices CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT MICHIGAN
Freezing on Growth and Yields of are "on the rise" Is difficult because -.
ance and Social Service Committee peting for this reward, and she won held 1 In I
series of citrus schools was
It$ ..5 of the Florida Methodist Confer- Potatoes--M. R. En lgn. Farm third place the first year and sec- Lake County recently and had ai the firmer will be less willIng -

ence. The sessions will begin at Question Box.Wednesday. ond place the next two years. All oj to retire acreage.
_ attendance twice as large as any
10 a.m. and continue through the June 28-Recognizing this time she says she did her best the previous schools. Two hundred .. The rise also has stemmed the

t ; day. At 8 p.m. a mass meeting will Poison Ivy and Treating Plant to carry out the suggestions of: and thirty- growers registered expected rush of farm debtors and
XI} be held in the city auditorium. Poisons-Erdman West. Primer for her home demonstration agent representing a total of about 11,00
Town Farmers. Miss ,Ruby Brown, the nutrition the mortgage refinancing act.
of citrus
Alexander II of Russia freed Thursday, June 29 Peanuts acres groves.The
t specialists and others of the State Creditors, apparently hold new
from Turkish rule. Produce Choice Pork-W, J. Shee-
Bulgaria Home Demonstration ,
Department Arabs used the compass ion g hope of Improvement in land val-
The Value
ly. of CooperativeSales
4 For the last seven years Florida before it reached Christendom.The ues with the result that they are
A The number 40 has had< a part in to Washington County-Gus
has entered the national health now holding off Instead of rushing
traditions, superstitions and laws. York.
contest, has won it once and< scored Aztecs and Mayas were no t to compose mortgages at lower fig-
Friday, June 30-The Dairy Cow
near the other the cultured early Americans. urea m
top only
la every year.
Motor-spirit a sugar cane byproduct and Living at Home-W. T. Net-

1 r 3 in the South African Un- tles. Seeding and Managing the

ion. Dairy Pasture-Hamlla L Brown.. County Farm Agent L. T. Dyer Gives Radio Talk

( 7' And the Worst is Yet to Come-- On The Importance of Cover Crops in This Area;

Play a Large Part in Soil Improvement, He Says SPEEDY HALF-TON PICK-UP-This model la

wl .. ......w 6 ".,6c ,.a helping many businesses Improve service and cut
hauling costs. The box is built of heavy steel. The

,.'. "The value of cover crops in soil three years to ninety-one bushels.At ing acre where crotalarla seed were cab is outfitted like a passenger car. Syncro-Mesh

Improvement cannot be over-em- the same time be lowered the I sowed In the corn last year and tear-shift. Can't be duplicated anywhere at. .
,, "" ';".1. .....' said L. T. coat bush of from 80 centsto made fair shows
-, phasized, Dyer, county per corn a growth, much
"" .-. r agent, in a radio talk Thursdayover 23/ cents."Austrian. Improvement over the adjoiningplot

L 1, : i- WRUF. "It has been a well- winter peas and hairy where no cover crop bas been

1' '4' known fact for many years that vetch are still the farmers' friends, grown. '

crops of cow peas and velvet beans and are highly recommended as "Mr. Dukes had 30 acres in cro-I

will Increase the yield of crops following low cost sources of fertilizer for talaria in his corn last year,

1 them," Mr. Dyer continued. corn and other cropa. planting it on his whole farm this

"With the progress of agricultural "Another great soil building le- year. He says that he could not af-

science, it has been found that oth- gume-another true friend of the ford to be without it.

r er legumes will produce more hu- farmers-that Is gaining favor "Another fine example of crops

mus and add more plant food to over a wide section of the South, following winter and< sumitter legumes -

the.soil than these crops." Is crotalaria This being a summer cover cropa hay be seen on d

Mr. Dyer's speech follows: crop it will fit into the farm pro- the farm of D. W. Moore, near s ,r

t "Just a few years ago winter gram In many cases where winter TheressaIn: Bradford County. He

r cover crops Including hairy vetch legumes will not. It Is lower in says be could not afford to farm

and Austrian winter peas were Introduced cost, aa it does not require fertilizer without them.

__ ,' frA11I Ig into this section and or inoculation and will reaeed "The 4-H Club boys find It prof-

found to be great soil building if permitted to do so. itable to grow crotalaria for both ECONOMICAUTAKETRUCK-Aruuedmodel rP' E

crops and well adapted to the "Numbers of farmers in Union seed and soil building. Many have t1
that has broken records for low operating and upkeep
: 1L1' South. They were called the farm and Bradford Counties have found produced over B<"JO pounds of seed 6
costs. Special features include solidly-built platform,
ers' friends, and they proved to be I that crotalaria 1s the lowest cost per acre, the highest being 860 steel sign panels, hinged center stake section. 131* 3 3

7 I worthy of that title. fertilizer that they can obtain. pounds. They find a ready marketfor wheelbase. A buy of buys at. . . . .
r "These winter legumes have been They say that one crop turned un- the seed, and could not fill the

planted In Union and Bradford der will at least double the yieldof ; demand this year. 4.t.4**"
.. Low \
Counties for four or five it. I "These Aftprk..f.o.a.FUntMiohipn. SilllequJpn' lr*
years by corn following boys are raising their .
and.*., O.tf.A.C. f."_. A Omnr Motor Vmlu
several of the leading farmers and "If you could visit the farm of yield of corn and lowering the coat

4-H Club boys for improving tht S. M. Dukes, near Dukes Flo., now, per bushel by growing crotalaria

soil to fertilize corn and other succeeding and see the difference In the corn in the corn. One boy's acre last

Ur.e cropa. In many cases the growing after two years of crotalaria year showed an Increase from IS/ SAVE WITHCHEVROLET

,1 results were far beyond expecta- after one year crotalarla, and bushels to 37 bushels after turning

,* tions, Increasing the yield of corn on land where there bas been no under a crop of crotalaria. An-

from two to four times the normal cover crop, you would be convinced.The other reports an increase of 25/ TRJjCS\

Pt.it3 yield. Several 4-H Club boys increased first plot of two acres where bushels of corn on his acre. Many !

t' their yield of corn with his two boys in the 4-H Club two other similar examples could be

'If 6. Austrian winter peas from ten to years ago harvested over 700 given.

fifteen bushels per acre to fifty or pounds of crotalaria seed per "Cover trope are here to stay,

seventy-five bushels per acre. One acre, the crop reseeded in the and are growing in favor with the Torode Chevrolet CompanySTARKE

boy brought his yield of corn from ;corn last year. The corn on farmers each year. They are really
'4pt 4-.P-.... ..1 t I.'" twenty-three bushels per acre in I this ia. very fine now. The adjoln- the farmers' friend" FLORIDA.2'AGIII



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far reaching roots of the trees rob COITNTY 1111'PRRI..TIaNlnUJ'lT"III' month' by each laid Depository on edge and belief I *l.o 0''
it of food and.moisture. Bermuda MONTHLY FINANCIAL S'TATF1MH'vr account of current dally balance or the following I I. a Hat of all County ,

mil: '? !ova BOB JONES grass always proves the best In I trad ford l'uV County'vrv. .for iiooij the month FIINUH+ of Wit lime") .depoalla."H mv hand this Hot day. of Depoaltorl each at ,the showing clone of the the balancesIn month) ,

the long run. For planting choose October I93J. October 1933.: herein flrt elated and the amount I, p ,,
turf that has Jrneral School Fund A. J. ORIPPIS. uf aocnrlty furnished by each. such
a vigorous of j
growth I Ha lance October 1 148 Hit County Superintendent. Depository, and the amount of Inter- ,
__ grass. It Is better to have big R < iuta during month ess6,68: it paid' ar edited: during Baldmonth
OMMENTSON: 'ariantu ftrlna- month 'd9.1I1 coivrv' NCP9NIVTWVUtVT'N'al by each said Depoaltory on taro
pieces of turf set
ear li i l n unto ay feet mi i fight auto my nth.-Pula 19:105.: farther apart Ilnlame November 1------ 1383.94 I t v.unr Kl VAN' *'It.. al'\TK- aunt of current dally .balance. ortime '
/ '" than small ones put closer together. tlvvrlel' Tat Krkuul Ulelrr..d. >IKMT torMt M'tioiti. NUN 8)1 deposit.
ftntltit. A" religious teaching doctrine HERE Don't think that because bermuda leiplMdlmc heeded Ulalrlel Bradford County, fur the month of Wltnen my hand. this 30th day of 1
j lJ or ANa I ills.. N. 1 November 193tt November, 1931.
lUflttlfiDl creed, if they are to have any claim grass is very persistent and Balance October 1--_ 48481 (3.neral *...001 Panda A. 3. QRIFFIS.
? iove and devotion of thee people, must be in HEREAFTER. hard to eradicate after once start Hvcelnta during month __ S.71 Balance. November 1___ ___ .1981.94 County Superintendent.M y ,
> ensue creviceS Warrant drlnamonth Receipt during month_ ___ 6974.78 }
IP .rninasof. Christ whose words fit into every fold and ed, that careless setting of It will llnlunce November I. ._::.::_ 491.54 Warrants during month. ____ .6909.68 %: OI'II' '
U was said in John7:46.-NEVER MAN do. Pack soil around the pieces of l> .'. N e. JI Balance. December 1____.____ 44804 (".... BUM: P. n. !,.> J
AKh LIKE THIS The dlvlnest picture on earth: Overdraft October 1__________ 150\ .It *......1.1 T*). Nrkaol l>U rlrt ..*... NOTICE la hereby given that. the) i
? A mother, a babv Just born its turf and give each a little water, H.e<'lpt. during month. _____ TV.71 InrludlHoariml lll.lrlrta County' AeneHNor O of Taxes for Brad-
of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UM this de- unless it happens to rain at the Warrants. durlna- month______ 11.11 !>!.(. No. 1 ford: County:, Florida, will meet with '
p5etors of church actl>IUe. organizations) and announce head on Its mother's arm, a loving time. Overdraft November 1------- 781.81 Balance' November 1___ __.___ 491.54 the) Board. of County Commlaalonera
st for new and happy father leaning over the UI... N.. a Receipts during mo.ith__u.__ 840 of Rradtord County, Florida, In the
and no charge before the only requirement All grass needs much water for I Palance October 1U88.n Warrant during month._____ I.00 office of th. Clerk of the Circuit I
tJ.j u heave reach this office Wednesday morning 'I its Receipts durlia month.$25.66! valance. December 1________ 498 94l Court for Bradford County, Florida ,
well-being and when the
? weather Warrant. .,. I
handled for current Inane. bed."I during month139.00 .. N. S at Clarke, at 10 o'clock A. M. on
they cannot be Is Balance November 1_________887368 Overdraft November ._ ___ "
6lher )ise want a dry, water until the lawn ia 1 T81 (t I Monday, the 10th day of July, A'U.1V31I .
career. That ia what i .. : '
--- IJI. Me, 4 ,
.... llecelpt during month----- 1084 for the of
;.... established and keep on watering. Balance October ___________ purpoee hearlnarcomplaint 1
cause I live, snail live also. the mother of six beautiful chil- I 1- (89 01 Wararnta during month.___ 15.68 and receiving testimony I '
.--- I ye Grass was intended to be croppedby Receipts during month_______ I.SO Overdraft December 1------- 80666l aa to the' value of property, realor
-I John 14:19b.: "Love worketh no dren told me one time. "You have Warrant during month___ .'. N. a : :J''b '
I personal a* said CountyAMei
: SUNDAY SCHOOI.II I II ill to his neighbor; therefore love Is three boys and three girls I re animals and it does better when Balance November 1_________ 690.11 Balance. November I-________167968Kecelpta (..or of Tax. on his ANeaniMCItoll t
I II : mowed UI.,. Me. e __ '
1XSSON frequently. Once a year, at during month. 14415 for the 103J. and for the
I the fulfilling of the law. Romans plied. "You have a career rearing the Overdraft October 1__________1048.54 Warrants. during month._____ 6860 purpnae of perfecting year reviewing and
!I beginlnng of the rainy season, n..lpt.. month____ _. .
13:10. "And those wonderful children. I then during 14N 04 Balance December I-------3759,33 iuallilna. ; curb amieuament The Aawaaor .- ,
-- : as would that ,
I ye spade the lawn by simply pushing Warrants during monht-_____ S5.00 1)1.1. No. 4 of Taxe. .and the Board of
FOR JUNE 25. IDS* men should do to you do ye also to gave her these figures. "If every the blade in and Overdraft November 1_._____ 8111.10 Balance November 1------- 69011 County Commlalonera' may continue i
normal married woman should become deep prying gently l>lrt. N. T llecelpt during month__ In session for such front ,f w
them likewise. Luke purpoae
Review: Jesus Our 6:31.: "Andit without turning the sod over. Balance October 1-___________ 11114.118n..elp. Warranta during month. __ day to day for one week or a* long 0
. Subject came to pass when the time was l the mother of six children 'It loosens the soil lets in .. durlna month__ .____ 8.10 Balance December I 1--------- 69011 aa may be neceanary.
LOrd and Saviour. come that He should be receivedup she would In six generations, be air Warrant. during month_____ ..I... No. e All lI.r...". owning: property *ubject .
cuts the old woody roots thus promoting Balance November 1.------- 66374i Overdraft November l------- 936(10ItecelvtK ( to a.Me..ament In Bradford
Is the I
Golden Ttext: "All power He steadfastly set His face to mother, the grandmother, the closer >ut. NO. a during month. __ 19 70 County, Florida, .are notified to appear y' '
In heaven and earth, Jerusalem. great grandmother, the great- growth. The lawn I Overdraft October 1__-_..___ 79011 Warrants during month______ III,11 at such meetlna, to make such ) ,
to Luke 9 51."
given to me go : "Be- mower will smoothen the turf at I }terelptsdurlnR month_____ __ Overdraft December 1_______.101691: uomplalnt or Clv. curb teKtlnionya 1.. i
I Go ye therefore, and teach aU na- hold, thy; King cometh unto thee. great grandmother the great- the next cutting. Warrants during month...____ inn.. NO. r to the value I of any property realor
in the name great great grandmother the Overdraft November 1------- 790.11.n. Balance. November. 1-------- 661,76 :
them personal a* fixed by the County
baptizing Zechariah 9:9.: Lawns are costly\o keep up but ... No. 10 Becelpt during monthWarrant _____ Aaonnr. of '1'....., his Aaaeaa. ; ,
|7the Father, and of the Son and "Never man spake like this man. great great -great grandmother they are objects of beauty and help Balance. October L.n__ 7407 during month.____ meat Itoll aa they may upon delr r
Ghost." Matt. 28:18-18.: of fifty-five thousand nine Hecelpte during month...__... 7.DO Balance December 1--------- 663.76nl.1. liven by order of the Hoard of
I John 7:46. v
of the Holy : keep the premises cool. If you can Warrant during month._____ No H County CninmtHKtonera13.1t7 '
Lesson Text! Acts 132333.: "Ye are my friends, if ye do hundred and eighty-six human be- afford a lawn, do not spoil Its looks Balance November 1--------- 81.57 Overdraft, November 1.______ 79011 '- | | .7 A. J. THOMAS, Clerk. e i5IIEillrr's
ings. Suppose In each family there Illat. N*. 11 Receipts during wont h.__ 17.SO
Introduction whatsoever I command you." John by planting bushes or flowers on it, Overdraft October 1__________ 11411Kecelpta Warranta. during month..___ 1 t tHereby
spent the summer of His 13:14.: should be Just one minister and unless your taste is artistic enoughto during month.______ 13.80 Overdraft December 1-___....77141 "LIG
JesUs suppose that minister should lead Warrants. during n.onthhn !>!.(. No. 10 notice I.I given that under "
laSt year largely in retirement. "He Is despised and rejected of do It right. Such taste does not Overdraft November 1 _______ 10041 Balanie. November I.------ 81.57 and by virtue of that certain writ oft
I were three reasons men; a man of sorrows, and ac- one hundred to Jesus; then this seem to be general. A man, taken ; I1IX No. IiOverdraft Receipt during month ._ 8,00Warrants <'utlon .I May Slat. A'l>. ( .
There the re' t:; du'.i'e:
normal married woman could October 1----------- 404.14 during month_ ._ by the hand and t'+
I growing opposition of quainted with grief. Isaiah 533a.: go to be a landscape gardener, comes I Receipts. during month_______ 11.ll Balance. December 1_._______ 84.87Itlat. ...ill or Clerk of Circuit Court of
Iterfous leaders made retirementLpedlcnt "God commendeth His love to- i home to heaven and watch multiplied along with a truck load of bushes, I Warrant. during month______ Not II Hradfoid County, Florida, on that ,
thousands come home to God Overdraft November 1.______ 381.OS Overdraft November. 1------- 100.41llecelpt certain Judgment of reuonl In aalil' 1{
The physical and nervPstrain ward us, in that Christ died .for which he easily sells, and he plants I Illal. No. IB ., during month._____ 68.20 Court wherein Hank of Htarke a ;
to which Jesus had been us." Romans 58.: through the Influence of her off them close up to the walls of the Overdraft October 1.:....___n 51198 Warrant during month____ __ cmporallon, 1* plaintiff I and Ioy j ,
spring." The greatest career God HecelitM during month_____ SilO OWIdiaft, December 1 1._.. 13111l : Kilward, and J.W Kilward are defendant
I made a season of rest "He Is risen; He is not here. residences. But though artist ____ .
.objected no Warrants during month. 4 BO >lt. No. 13 1 have and will aii! 17
I desirable. Also he wished to have Mark 166. ever offered a woman Is the careerof he Is at least conscientious, for he Overdraft November 1 ______ 6148 Overdraft November t. 381 01Itecelpia ell to the highest I : bider' :: Itf"f"; caati !
being a good mother. l>l... N. ie during month_____-- 1.16 on Monday. the Ird day of July, 181. j
Lou to meditate upon His coming treats every place precisely the Overdraft October L_________ 194.40Kecelpta Warrants during "month __ during the legal hour of ale In C ,
I and to Instruct the disciples. SPECIAL SERVICESSam same way, without the owners disputing during month___.___ 41.10Warruntn Overdraft December 1------- 180.7'UI. fiont of the Mouth door of the County i i'' art
death Jordan Woman was the last at the cross. during month.. .___ ... No. IV court hone. of Bradford County, i
!Lemons White general ) him. Palms are beautiful Overdraft November 1_...-__ 151.10 Overdraft November 1----- 6148Hecelpta la Htarke, Florida, the following {
I Survey of Quarter1 evangelist, formerly state evangelist She was the first at the open tomb. when not placed so as to become I>IM. Ne>. 17 during month._ __ 4.10 land. lylriif and being In aald. "...ad."ua'.IYI. t 11 1
Ministering to Jews and The best thing outside of heaven Is Overdraft October 1---------- 158.45 Warrant during month ford (' Florida or BO much
L Jesus of Florida, is preaching each I nuisances. The artist on the truck Receipts. during month__ ___ 670Wurianta Overdraft Dei-ember 1 61 0.88 thereof : I is eaeentlal to satisfy I
!tntlles.; evening: at the Christian Church a good woman, and the meanest seems not to have reached arithmetical dui'Ing month. ___._ 1.00 I>/./. No. 14 .aid. judgment with cost of execution
Overdraft November 1 _.._ ._. 161.75 Overdraft November .__ .10Hec.lpt 1 ,
and His disciples retired thing outside of hell is a mean I. 161 to-wit: tit
| Jesus here in Starke. These
special serv- progression In his school 111... No. 18 during month.__ 14 60 From point where South line of
I into Phenicla. where a woman besought ices will continue for at least ten woman. It is probably true that days, for he does not take into account Overdraft October 1__________176068 Warrant. dm'tug month._ __ 1.OHOverclinft Bent Ion 11, Township 8 Smith, Han.* r '1!'
Him to cast a demon from days. The hour for service Is 8 I the form of death by crucifixion that the little trees Keecliitw. during month___-___ 1490Waranta December' 1- ill.75 11 Fact, croHNe wet edge of elate 1'q' r ,
he sets
during month ----- nut. N... IT rued. No 13, thence run Northerly a I
I her daughter After testing her o'clock p.m. The public Is Invitedto was developed first In the mind of will grow and soon obstruct the Overdraft November 1.__. __17461 Overdraft. November 1 ___ 151.76Itecelpt alone paid *tat. road. 688H, feet to 0, anil
I faith Jesus granted her request. hear Evangelist White In his I a woman. Woman is God's divin- sidewalks. In term! and Kinking' F... I' during month .__ 13.9oWarant point of beginning;, thence weatarly
111.6 No a during month.ISO .
at right anale to ealcl road lot feet 1i,
1 Later he healed a deaf-mute In De- special messages. Sunday services est creature when she is good. She In all beautifying of grounds Balance October 1____________4596.79IteeclptK Oveldraft. le.ember L lilO..36ItUt thenue Noil' her ly parallel to sail r h r ;
1 is the devil's best worker when she during month' ._ _____ 10604 No. IN road 614 feet to a afreet, thence + (A
capollsIt 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. At 11 o'clock take nature for a guide. It always Warritnta during month...___ Overdraft November I 1746 3HItecelptn nltinic Bald treet to Pall road and ;' }
Confession and Loyalty.Jesus Sunday Rev. William Menshew will is wicked. When there is suffering presents symetry never*mixes Balance November 1___ ......4802.83DIM. during, month. .H5.HO theme alonw nald road to point of 1 r ,
No. e Warrant. during month ___ 65..li> of ;M 1, 31 ,
asked His disciples, a good woman's hand gives the iM'Klmilnw, In sty of HKVi\ of SWVi\
occupy the pulpit. straight and curved lines-no hop, BalanceOclober 1 .__. _. _. ..9877.9 Overdraft. December I ____. _..1766.76I .a h1 section I Township nml llanit.
(Whom do men say that I am? soothing touch; but when woman skip and jump procedure, but gradation Reoelptsduring. month._ ___ 19185 ..ere.. and "' e'r.4 Also. f,. of HUM:: nf HWW /In Heotlon '

I and they answered, "John the Bap-" STARKE CIIUIICII DIRECTORY Is wicked and crime is committed, both as to color and dimen- Balance WarantM. Novpitiiier during .month 1.._-_.:._:,..987014Hint. Balance November nut NO.1. _a .460281 Rapt II, Townahlp 1 !South: Ranee II : ,, 4

I tlat-EUss-Qne of the prophets. she shares In the worst cruelty. It sions. No. 18 lleielpt dining month.' __ ._ 7J 14 Also 8(4( of BICU of SWW of Sec 4A
I Then Ho asked Whom say ye that First Church was a woman whose voluptous H. E. LAGERGREN. Balance. October 1-_____ ._ ...1743.61 Wsrlwntc" during month. _.. floo.00 Ii: and NMi of HWt4' \ of 'NIC 14 and +e 1
Baptist Kecelptu during month__ 86.8U Balance Otueml.nr I L ________41847nut. N\iI'\ j t>t NKW\ of WW14\ and HWH of '
I1 lam?" Peter (for all) said, "Thou J. J. Johnson, supply pastor. dance sent Herod to hell. And Warrants. during ",onth...._ NO. 0 H\V'4.of NI314 of ..."Uon tll. In ( Pthin P-
lire the Christ, the Son of the living Sunday School 10 a.m.: A. J. Herod Is not the only man who was NOTICE TO IIRII'I'OIlS AND balance? November L______._178*.50 Balancn. November I I. __ ..987014Itecelpt Township 7 Houth, }tango. 11 Kaat. 4
CHBDI'IOHI: 1 hereby ". the foregoingatateinnnt t* during month____n_ 11.69 Also, all that. portion of NWU of
God." (Matt. 16:16.: ) Thomas, superintendent. ever sent to hell by the dance of a Notice la hereby given that all "h, rnhllb" c :at the Warrant during month. 1S5J: 60 SWli of Section J.'tT'v": ahlp 6
m. Easter Lesson. 11 woman. I think the highest seatsIn creditors, levat.ea. distributee and I beginning and at the ending of the Balance December I--------8039.33 NnulWssL, h, lunge. 11 :; : lie*
Morning Worship, a.m. all persons having claims agalnit i month herein above elated, and of l>.... No. IN of M. A. 1. liy rla-ht-of-war .,; ilr
1 Corinthians 15 is the great resurrection B. Y. P. U., 7 p.m. Heaven will be reserved for the state of Alice Humphrey, de the receipts and warrant, Issued Valance. November I ._ _____ .1831.10 and oontalnlny about' nine acres. + '
I chapter of the Bible. Paul faithful, trusting, Christian wom- ceased are hereby requested to pre- during laid month, corresponds. with I Receipt during month______. 100 Aliio.1 NVi cfKS: of MWV4 of 819(4nf (
Evening Worship, 8pm.A ant their claim: to the; Honorable the record of my office and I I.. true Warrant during month __ .15701)0 Section 16, Township ( South 1 t L
I emphasizes the fact of Christ's resurrection cordial invitation extended to en. It may be that the hottest )oJ. K. Ferryman. County Judge of and correct to the .beat. of my knowledge Balance. December) 1______... 'U 20 Itanse 12 ICeet. I
1 and enumerates a number all services. places In hell will be reserved for Bradford County Florida. for hi. and' belief. Il'.ltM'.t"'WtY..Jr: : I hereby certify that the foregoing: Alan, Liota l'l and I at Block II In j I t I
our approval within one (1) year from the following la ; : .tatem.nt. .howlnir balance. t the, Tainnla'* Addition to Town of .Htarke. N
of appearances including the wicked God-rejecting women. date hereof, or this notice will b. DepoHltorlea nhowlng the balance In beginning and at the ending of the lrlorr<1- i it
lone to himself. Then he asserts Methodist Church -S --- held In bar thereto, and All persons each at the clone. or of the month:: month herein above mated, and of w. j. icrPinnsoN. i it
: CHURCHES ARE GROWING Indebted to aald ., ate .are requested herein first .*staled and the amountof the receipt and warrant lawued As Sheriff of Urad lord
1 the fact of our coming: resurrec- W. F. Jones, pastor. to pay their said. debt. forthwith security furnished by each aut'hDepoftltnry during aald. month, rnrreapond with County, Florida/ 51 1 h
The report on the growth of I This 6lh day ut May. A. D. 1B3S. and the amount of Interest the record nf my afflof, and I IA true KNtOHT A KN1OI1T. Htarke
lUon.IV Sunday School, 10 a.m. church membership, made public 5-S-'t-6-80. A. S. CRBWH. I paid or credited during said and correct to the beet of my knowl- Attorney; for Plaintiff.. : 6-'IIFtIu| | y 'y't' t raq
Jesus Rebukes SelfSeeking.The Morning Worship, 11 a.m. i
had disputed as to this week, is entirely reassuring to
disciples Young People's Meeting, 7 p.m.
I who should be the greatest. Jesus Evening Worship, 8 p.m. those who are deeply Interested in

I them lesson In humility. H- religions According to this report
gave a You are invited to all these serv- q
lilw rebuked an Intolerant spirit ices. nearly one million people above the

I toward others who are accomplishIng _____ age of thirteen became members

I good in Christ's name. Presbyterian Church: of Christian churches during the ,

I V. Jesus Sets New Standard of Rev. George H. Lowry minister. year 1932.

I LIving. Services Sunday June 25, as fol- While the churches grew by over

I A rich young ruler asked Jesus lows: eighty per cent, the population increased -

j what he must do to Inherit eternal 10 A. M.-Sunday School, T. S. by something over sixty .

I life. Jesus first quoted the com- Williams, acting superintendent. per cent, during the first third of

I nandments and later told him to 11 A. M.-Morning Worship. Ser this century. That this should have

I sell his goods, and give to the poor, mon by the pastor. happened in the most sophisticatedera

lud come and follow Him. The 7 P. M.-Christian Endeavor; of modern times can be re- :

I young man went away sorrowful. a report of the Conference of Presbyterian garded as conclusive proof of the A NEW f'

VI Jesus Faces the Cross. I Young People, recentlyheld permanent value of religion In human ,; .

For the third time Jesus told the at Benson Springs will be life. That It did happen In -

I disciples about His coming death. given by Miss Marjorie Stump who the Age of Science should cause -:... f'r

I When James and John asked for represented the young people of grave self questioning by those

I the chief places, he told them that this church at the meeting. who have predicted that Science

they were not for Him to give. He 8 P. M.-Evening Worship. song would destroy religion.On + ;

pointed to Himself as a pattern of and sermon.A the surface, there are reasons MOTOR FUEL t ;

wrvtce.VQ. cordial invitation to all our for the recent growth in church 7

Jesus Asserts His Kingship. services extended to all. membership. The period of depres-

On Sunday of his last week Jews sion, whatever its faults, has

came to Jerusalem, riding upon LAWTEY CHURCH DIRECTORY taught humanity one lesson which

W ass. As He approached the city this generation should find It hardto
He was First Baptist Church forget. It has taught the Im-
acclaimed as king by an
Hev. I.. F. Chapin, pastor. of all material '
permanence pros-
enthusiastic> acclamation crowd.in spite He of acceptedthe Pharl- Preaching services first and perity. It has also taught that the Effective June 24 we will offer a brand new type of motor

ISle criticism. third Sundays; 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. life within,-the spiritual\ only
Is to all the and fuel actual added anti-knock and ;i1
VIII. Jesus Answers His Adversaries m. superior changes containing properties, t
Sunday school 10 a. m., IL B. Ar- chances of this world. .

A wood, supt. There Is another reason. In the smoother '
certain scribe asked Jesus guaranteed to give performance. '
Which was the first commandant Prayer Service 7:30: p. m. Wed- disasters which have fallen upon ;

of all In reply He said the first nesday. the entire world, men are able to fo
was to love B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. trace the results of moral failure. '
God with all the heart It will be colored t t't
that neither science orange
and the second, to love one's neigh Grace M. E. Church They see ....
bor knowledge, nor material welfare .
as himself. Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor.
K. can save a people; that salvation 't (
Jesus and His Friends. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat While this :,:
While must come from religion, from con- :
attending; a feast in the 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. .
hOUae duct founded supernatural or ,
f Simon the leper Jn Beth- Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: upon
.. Lake ;.
any, eternal sanctions.--Eustla \
anointed Jesus with r.
COItly' ointment. In spite of crltl- p. Sunday school 10 a. m.. Mrs. Region. 1'i

""n by Judas, Jesus commendedHer. Mary Moore, supt. STANDARD
X- League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday \. ; k
Jesus Faces Betrayal and De- I u.. !
v '
Iia1. Fraternal
J ? ;
While eating the Passover on Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. A A. fer2 p Y L

Thursday night Jesus declared that M.. meets at city ball building lat e

owe of them would betray Him. and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. GASOLINE'a

He solemnly warned the traitor. T. T. Blackburn, W. U.

Then He Instituted the sacrament O. J. Phillips, Secy. GROWING A LAWN l'
Of the Lord's Once a pompous American millionaire r l '

Jet Jesus on Supper.the Cross: LELLBRYMER was looking over a fine old is superior to regular priced gasolines many premium M. y yM

Jesus "..... crucified: between two Leila Brymer, colored died June English estate. He saw a lawn as *; f'' ,
""vea. AS He hung on the cross 15 after a seven-weeks' Illness. She smooth and green and even as a priced fuels, it will be sold at no additional cost. :V. ;

1111 1 enemies' mocked Him and told was born here In 1883, and was 50 velvet carpet. "How do you get ..

Him to come down from the croes years of age at the time of her such a fine lawn my man?" he ,.-' .

led they would believe on Him death. asked a laborer. We make no exaggerated advertising claims. You may bo .*' W

About three o'clock in the after- In 1907 she was married to The latter, who happened to be

toot on Friday, he died. Frank Andrews who died. In 1911 an Irishman, gave-with a twinkleIn will 'fits
**. Jesus Rises From the Dead. she was married to Arthur Brymerand his eye-the desired Informationthus the one to decide its merits a tankful convince you of :\ ;

Early Sunday morning some they lived happily gether for : ire

Women went to the tomb, but twenty-two years. "Oh, thot's alsy,"yer honor. All superior quality.STANDARD. ,

found it empty. An angel told She Is survived by her husband, ye have to do Is to prepare the

then) that Jesus was risen. They Arthur Brymer; her mother, Mary ground six hundred years ago;

left the tomb hurriedly, and In- Lee; and four sisters; Mary Lancb. thin plant yer grass six hundred

f ormed the apostles. Alice Risbee, Nettle Conley and years ago; thin wather, weed and t I L I,

Read I the following Golden Texts Katie Dell of Starke, and Julia roll for six hundred years. Yis OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED .
during all Dade Is six
the quarter. Smith of Tampa. It's alsy enough"; ye

Other sheep I have, which are hundred years.
lot of this fold CARD OF THANKS In Florida, with our bermuda
. ; them also I must
r, and they shall hear my We wish to thank our many grass, heavy rainfall and perennial ?

tolO.: John 1018. "Whosoever friends for their kindness during.Icknesa' growing season a lawn can be established IN KENTUCKYii

:;-J come after me. let him deny and death of our loved In a couple of years. To
lt begin with, remove shade trees, for
foSt and take up ". cross, and ODe.
me.- Mark 8:34b.: "B.- Lucile Whittle! and Family.. grass requires much sun and the

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? l I' ; Bradford County Established 1877 Telegraph I.have"If gained the Conference KEEP world any IT is GOING sense sick wilL,,be.enough the a Economic success. to-- Maybe You'veHeard (iuiWE7; jjt.Tji l lI

rr"V ." So spake James Middleton It But

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Cox, one of the American delegation I

Starke Florida just before sailing for Lon- !
!Matter at the Post Office at ,

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E E. L. Matthews\ _______________________Editor end Owner news dispatches from tbe AND TUB WORLD ,IS MINEA I
ttf British capital indicate that the ( three act drama based on
world, while undoubtedly sick, is Secretary Perkins' now famous
SUBSCRIPTION RATEr still strong enough to sit up and statement "If you put shoes on

Yearly, $1.50j'Six; Months, 75c-Payable In Advance listen to the dictation of politicians the people of the South, it will
dominated by racial prejudice and ,
: ; '_ Advertising Rates on ApplicationThe nationalistic passion. cause :9 social-revolution.)

At this time there is some talk
best way to keep a secret Is keep it to yourself of adjourning the conference. Such ,Cut barefooted
Papa Greattoe -A
o adjournment, with nothing accomplished father.

', .l High tariffs are fostered by politicians-not economists 1 would be a tragic move Mama Greattoe--A barefooted I
and a severe blow to the faith of a motner.
0' world that had pinned its hopes on
k Nellie Greattoe-A barefooted b4 AI 6
The "is it hot enough for you?" boys are having! their get-together the outcome of of major this powers.mammoth daughter. I # eL MOD O ''Art 73MCIECHOJL0VAkA A# !

inning again.
There had been much talk about .
Act I
o lowering the tariffs-doing away Papa Greattoe enters the living

,k Business is picking up. Evert the! kidnaping racket seems with trade barriers that are caus- room of his modest but comfortablehome
world trade to
stagnate-and a
In a Southern city. He la
9 to be flourishing. move in this direction now would tired after a bard day's work at snNFA

--0 have come at the psychological moment ,
down the
the office and nits by
when sick nations should be
: ii : this week lie's fire to warm his bare toes.
Better make a call on the tax collector willing to try anything to bring
Nellie, a pretty blue-eyed girl of
; compiling his delinquent tax list back the good old days when they seventeen, skip,. Into the room,

o sold things to one another.On stubbing her tootsle-wootale on the

Laughing at troubles is all right until they get big the eve of the conference, the door facing hNellieDamn
Department of Commerce announced

; v_ Y enough to laugh back at you that world trade slumpedto : ;/ !' PANIJIN4 1'11.4tQI. .
: 0' $26,000,000,000 last year, as Papa Greattoe-Nellie1! Such a AlANG'O

t Sunshine News that is with compared with $68,000,000,000 in language. 01, 01. CIdrA O' r6/d lJ.Lt :
City says a pedestrian a man OlD PIIKC& I1N'N 149
1929. Not all of this can be blamedon N.-Well, I'm tired of stubbing: AN goitp
one automobile and two sons the depression. Much of It Is my toes. I've broken another nail,

o the result of such slogans as "Buy and Lucy LJttlefoot la having a

Jr t I Men with talkative wives often wish their mates had British,"-Buy American"-"Buy party tonight-I won't be fit to go
? This and That State"-even "Buy barefooted.

specialized in domestic silence. Such-and-such City. It was the P. (reproachfully)_Your mother .

+ o announced purpose of the conference never stubs her toes. ,

h Y?'t The London conference' seems to be progressing no to demonstrate the folly that N.-Well, I do; and I don't see .
i such slogans represent, and do why I can't wear shoes, Just because > ,
,' s faster than ill-fated forerunners.. away with them. Let us hope it we live below the Mason- ..;.. ... :: 'to

i1i rrid o does not adjourn until the goo] Dixon Line.,
work is at least begun. P. Nellie,, been reading 110 _
? "What Is Credit? asKs advertisement. .
rid ttr newspaper ... )"
those fashion
----0- r damn-yankee maga 1lItE
: Hmmm. We've almost forgotten too. !
t' YES, PRICES ARC GOING UP nines again: *,'4, <>s; '., MAiON IIII Ish A.cr #' tit A4 ieRors.ttryregODbICEO' : '
It '
o For, two successive months,_ according N.-Well' what if I have? I 7WWANYCHTVtfSl 071lE ., A'lLL :SHELP FVR 'THE I9'Ir' I

In Bible times the swine full of devils ran over a cliff to a graph In the New don't see any.. harm In shoes. I'dwear ; 7Nr .:rneANOGSr .: OUND'Nq WP/CIDNe+!' 1

instead of pedestrians, remarks one exchange. York Times, the Index of commodity them, too--if I knew whereto ARC TNOE'HATCHED WITH I
So there!
y get a pair.
prices has been moving upward FIVE Pe'RFxcrNe OH ONE B> .
o without Interruption. P. (shaking fats head sadly)- J'

,Utopia can never be brought about until the neighbors'chickens The nation-wide policy of the You're a strange girl, Nellie. Idon't

are made to cultivate a taste for weeds. moment Is to raise prices to a more wild know where Btreak-ct'rtaln.you get, this Can you Dig: 'Em' Up 7. If so send them to us,

normal, level and, by one means or I'I shoe-wearing and if acceptable, we will publish with your name.7StLccOO .
o ly not from mt or your mother-

y The another, keep them there. although they do say that a second t ._ ___ .
earth shinks five inches every thousand years, mak-
Here are two facts that should cousin on her side-
_ i, .Ing things easier all the time for globe-circling aviators Interest every property owner, and N.-You mean Ronald? the meantime a Nation waits. and this section. And we would like to

t 1# o every potential builder. They mean P.-Yes. But how did- -H watches and hopes. warn these Innocent fishermen of

They say Roosevelt whistles his troubles It must 'that present low prices are doomed N.-He ran away and wore Late Other'Presidents have declaredwar the fate that is in store for them
away. that we're going to pay more shoes, didn't he? I know all about but their declarations were If they attach a motor to the tall
take an awful lot of blowing to clear things up now-a-days. for what we buy, whether it's food It-I've been reading old letters up accompanied by the blare of end of their skiff

o and clothlBg or a new house. In the attic! elassif: bugles, the roll or drums and the You must have a two-second

There's no pleasing some traffic cops. An Oklahoma The wise citizen, who, possibly P.-I was hoping you would be By RUSSELL' rythmetical tramp of marching blast whistle capable of being
4 can, will spend now, when it will spared the knowledge of Ronald's Secretary. Honda KAY feet, all of which tend to crystallze heard half a mile away. You must
1 City man was recently arrested for driving "dangerously get him the largest dollar's worthbe disgrace, but now that you know, Pro. AMOCUII.. public thought'and action and have an approved fire extinguisher;

slow" has ever known. And he will perhaps it wll'gsave you from a i Along about this time last year unify support. You must have a life preserver for

I t, lFy o spend largely on property Improvement similar calamity: :Jim Lee, in his campaign for comptroller Roosevelt's task Is much more every passenger. And you have to
where It will give him something N (with fag-away look In her was hoppla hither and you difficult. The drive on the Hun was carry two copies of the pilot
The Inland Empire I Nova says that marriages may be of real and permanent value.' eyes)-Misfortune! Father, I understand bavin' a lot to say relative to this, spectacular The drive on hunger rules, described: In circular No. 236,

made in Heaven, but most of the preliminaries are arranged There Is hardly one of us who has Ronald. He was a man! or In relation to that, and one of is grim. Our army must smash the paragraph 2, Issued by the Bureauof
not let his slide line with axes, saws, hammer, and We can't
i + in automobiles. property a little the things be harped on was "nepo Navigation. help you
the past few years. We have put Act II tism." drill. We plant trees Instead of much here as we never saw these

h.' oWe off painting, repairing, installing The time is six months later. mines. The thrill and glamor of pamphlets and don't know when
didn't know what he
don't suppose that by any chance Secretary Woodin labor-saving machinery In kitchen Nellie has gone away to college in Most talkln'of us about at first. Some military operations Is not there to they are kept.

j composed "Are You Thinking of Me Tonight" and dedicated and laundry, building a new garage spite of the protests of Papa Great- was thought it was a new religion and arouse our is fighting spirit, yet the Failure to carry out these pro
overhauling the toe who has heard blood-curdling enemy more powerful and sin-
heating that
dt to J. P, Morgan. others figured maybe It was a later than the armed visions exposes you to fines
stories about forces of
v, plant, repairing or replacing the college life. A fellow breakfast food. But after listenln a total about $690, according to the
0 m ____ roof, walks, fence But we have from the city told him that girls in dozen nations.! Palatka News where the first
to Jim about
just everybody agreed
1 Jacksonville Scouts have discovered the beauties of now reached the point where if we the sorority houses often lock that no matter what it was, It was I swoop we have heard about struck.
put It off any longer It will themselves up In their rooms and
Xingsley Lake. A troop of them is happily encamped at the mean lousy and we didn't like it. So, until you get all these thingsIn
dollars out of pocket. wear shoes for hours at a time. It
Finally we found that when you From Other Pens I your little boat, you better row
: Sun Dell place this week. And when we build and repairwe Is even liberal rumored that some of the. took that two-dollar word and gotit and leave the outboard motor home

s o are doing our bit toward stimulating more"shoe Institutions allow special changed into nickels and dimesit L where It will not pay any state or

We hope that bitter experience has sounded the death will pass employment.through ,the Our hands dollars of girls may go rooms"between where classes young and I, didn't less than amount sendln'to anything relatives moreor LEARN TO SWIM mercial.national: gas tax.-Leesburg Com

knell for the "full dinner and "two in Indulge in this strange yankee fetishism.Mother your A toll
pail" of deaths
1 I ; cars every garage" workers In a hundred industries Ito I state house Instead of the poor by drowning -a--

fk type of campaign slogan. We are increasing purchasing power '..+. house.In c mars every public holiday and MYSELFI
and laying the groundwork for week-end throughout; the summer and
have to live with myself,
o Greattoe The other word lthe. answer to
.' future prosperity for ourselves as and' Inserts a recurrent note of I want to be fit for tayself to know;
.T Add bright spots in Florida business : export volume in well. Don't forget that Investment Just brought a letter from Nellie. I "Am I my brother's keeper?, was tragedy into tbe-vacatlon season. by
I want to be able as the days go
Papa GreattoeShe Isn't I "Not If I can get.the big bum on
11 rosin, turpentine, and lumber from the port of Tampa is : and employment are cheaper than ing shoes DOW Is she? wear : the state payroll." Probably If the' who There are still too many persons Always to look .myself straight lathe
Y charity. go boating or bathing before
t, showing a "general upward trend." I M.-Papa, you know our Nelliewouldn't. boys had contented themselves acquiring a knowledge of the eye.. set-
gen I don't want to stand with the
g with Just takln' care of one or two tle art of
,, o DON'T MAKE IT WORSEDo swimming.
it P.-Well, I'm not so sure. A of the wife's folks, nobody would tthg' sun
i A New Jersey man has built a radio that gets static from we exaggerate our Ills? Of strange change has come over Nel- have thought much about it. .This is Ignorance that amounts And hate myself for the things I've
almost to
r; the Milky Way. But why go so far when we have plenty of course the human we do race It's, from an old which habit none of lie In the past few years-ever But when they started makin' a days criminal of 'swimming carelessness'inthese tanks, I done.I .

since the time rented the family picnic and reunion out of It, I
r it around little ? we public
; right our own planet of us Is entirely free ; swimming, classes, busy don't want to keep on a closet
'rt room to that travelling salesman. with everybody rldin' the gravy beaches and the
o If we have a headache we tell M.-Papa! You don't suppose he train from Uncle Ezra to Cousin glorification of the .. shelf
Our sympathy goes out to members of the committee our friends we have a "terrible could have been a shoe salesman, Sarah's little boy Percy, a lot of swimming pool. A bole Jacksonville into the community A lot of secrets about myself,
who work oil' the "school book headuche"; If the day Is mildly do you? good men who'd been trampln' the learn And fool myself as I come and go
y' recently probe. We warm It Is a "scorcher" to everyone streets for months lookln' for work can to swim anywhere and Into thinking that nobody else will

can think of lots more interesting things to probe than school we meet; If we are slightly In Act III got so they Just didn't like It. at any time with the facilities now know
+' debt we are "Inundated" and there Scene One So "nepotism" took its place I to and the urge to learn is The kind of a man I really am;

t, books"o, Is no hope of our ever pulling out. Nellie Is home for the Christmas our political vocabulary and got to now fot quite the as child.Swimming strong, for the adultas I don't want to dress myself up In>

Thus It is that the man In the holidays. Papa comes In from be almost as popular as "economy. : sham.
:; Florida may have had its fight over appropriations but street believes the principal prod work,, and Mama Is standing in The boys then In office who were. Is the most universal

at least our Chief Executive hasn't had to follow GovernorTalmadge's uct of each farm Is Its mortgage. front;of, the ,door to Nellie's bed. unfortunate enough to have taken accomplishment!i Iyta an art that In sport., once learned More- I'' wan ..to go-'out with my bead

However, figures released this room.. "t"'" .... of a. few kinfolks JfNlpf erect,-
I v # ornc ; care were in. Jf ( .
example of calling out the militia to settle his week by the Florida News and 'wP. tough spot. a never forgotten., Those who I want to <;deserve all men's respectBut
money troubles. Economic< Service, show that for learn thereby lay up'a long store In the for fame and
.-Where Is iNellie? Is she A lot of folks thought Jim Ix* of future pleasures and ideal struggle
the entire United States sixty per here? Has she. exer- pelf l ,
o come yet? would forget all about nepotlsi4
at the
flse time
cent of farms are debt free. In same provide I want to be able to like myself.I .
M.-Papa-I_' when he got to Tallahassee, but he ,
How do like feature "Digging 'Em ? against one hazard at
you our new Up" the South least that think as I come
seventy per cent are P.-Where Is don't want to
she Is she In that fooled 'em. The day he stepped
If you know of any amazing items such as hPw many biscuits without mortgage; in the Southeast room? Answer me, woman! What Into office everybody under his Jit* lies In the have way of human life. Yet and go dad.

;t$f Junior can eat for dinner, send them In, and the artist may seventy-seven per cent. The has happened? risdiction that came under the eiw strok many) c 'never attempted. a That rm bluster and bluff
a lowest ratio of debt to value of all M. ( She empty show.I .
put them in pictures defiantly!- has shoeson classification got the well known Particularly the
farms In this country is In Florida' sack.

: o where It represents only five and P.-Ach! (he sinks into a nearby It's been a bad day for relatives should to take become of water-wise themselves and able never can hide myself from me,

Bradford extends a welcome to the 200 young men who a half per cent of the total farm easy chair). ever since. And now the Leglsls beyond their care depth.. Parents when can- I see what others may never see never
wealth of '
the State. I know what others may
ti ,, will arrive at its conservation camp this week and begin the Think that over and see If' It Scene Two tlve ture of has a decided county official that no can near bold relsr-k no*, have peace of mind while their know, .

important work of building fire breaks and motor roads children are within reach of deep I fool myself and so
though up a landscape Next morning. 'The sun Is shining county Job. f water, unless have never can
they been be
a throughout the county. you was hopelessly debt- brightly In marked contrast to To Just what extent the law will taught to swim. Since humanity Whatever happens, I want to feel)!
Y conscience
the tragic scene Just enacted. be enforced and Self-respecting and
a Papa what the effect will go near the water In spite of Unknown.
p -- Mama, and Nellie are sitting In the will be remains to ber seen. It will the .
dangers, the
When Herbert Felkel,'editor of the St. Augustine Record, HEARING A PIN DROP breakfast 'room,.staring at their probably result in a ,number of only be lowered drowning rate can
a y last week snapped his fingers at a high salaried government I"You could hear a pin drop" feet, all neatly shod In the latest capable and efficient employees out of more making human amphibians beings -- NO CONGRESSIONAL R. A. RECORD Green
wonder how Congressman
R ; + job, it caused hard-working editors in all sections of the State the accepted origin many of people this know mode. LJLP losing their jobs 'On the other --Jacksonville Journal. nounced last week that. In the in"-
hand it will serve to- weed out nu-
to utter gasps of amazement. I learned It quite by accident, while ,-They won't, 'feel to.' bad merous Inefficient Job holders and -aOUTBOARD MOTORS-- PAY est of economy. It,was his of purpose m*"'
talking with an official at when t to discontinue: the practice
o Lloyd's. we get used 'them. give employment to those more de PENALTYWe Recoeda
Many years ago I was told It was M.-And there's T>o use arguing serving. Next time Uncle John tog out the Congressional effortto
i Because he doesn't like bridge and his wife does Frank customary to hold ship auctions at nicer' doubt if any operators of He will, however. make an
-they are
for'stepping on runs for tax collector he probbaly -
""h :Million tire dealer of Oklahoma City spends his evenings Lloyd's Coffee house on Tower Hill roaches than using your bare feet won't have as many cousins and small: rowboats the small-powered to which outboard are attached send the Record of interested any parttcuday III

"' making dresses for his daughters and hats for his wife.1y' .- Instead of a hammer, a pin was I always hated'that nephews carryln folks to the pollsor motors realize that they automatically lar to any person l lIt Only abeUt
thrust Into a lighted candle aboutan P.-You never let on-you dear. paaaln' out cards for hima and requesting same.
Dunellon Sun. What about aprons for himself come under Uncle Sam's restrictions allowed for es"
inch from the top, and the last Nellie takes Papa's arm and three copies are dlltrlct

; 0 bid.made before the pin fell out. if places it around Mama, who Is And -now 'upj ln WashingtonPresident number of and that there are a county In the congressional scanomie

J'dJ Inmates of the State Prison Farm must be worried by the the When.melting, tallow was' accepted.' bending over, softly stroking her Roosevelt, has taken off a penalty requirements unless, each it is carrying ful but conditions, at least exist until J bi'the better country: III
this critical"
stage In the rubber heeL y
recently announced shortage of funds for that Institution. "candle his coat and Is flxln' to see> If he filled. feels that reasonable effort
aouCtiOllS"they' were M. (looking up wistfully)-And really can't do somethln about this One: day last week the every exercised
thirteen hundred'of them this week applied for then called-was reached for economy should be
pardons, a deathlike do you really think all the ladles unemployment problem.He "Kilkenny" sUpped up on a numberof .
'n thereby their calm came over the assembly, are going to wear them In Ala- has declared
announcing willingness to help the State war on want unwary fishermen along the St. The beautiful yuccas of cautot'
toenablethose; present "U>-hear bama? I and misery and I* marshalling his Johns. This un t
,' G le,? economize. the week, likely as) not, It nla do not start blooming
rt pin drop.-Loadon Post. Curtain forces for a mighty struggle. law Is snooping around the lakes la about 23 years old.

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