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: April 28, 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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Apply Herer Last Chance Soon Raiford 'Woman City's Beer Law 1 ;

y For Crop Loans L REMEMBER THE ANNUAL MAY POLE DANCE? I Hikes at SeventyMrs.

r Relief Work\ Saturday Is the last day that William. -Marley of Rai Might Be Null }J Jy ; s

applications for 1933 crop loans R '. ford has a good claim to the ,.
will be received, J. C. Fokes, title of "oldest woman hitch

Civilian Camps field supervisor, of the crop hiker" if such title Is offered With 3.2 Legal

1 production loan office, has an- I.I any time soon
nounced.Mr. I Mrs. Marley, who Is seventy ,
Fokes will spend Satur- years old, was recently pickedup .;"
Ar swamped By Young; day morning in Starke for the by a Jacksonville truck I'ropln Will slave Opportunity To
Want To Enlistfor driver. She was hltch-hlklng to Vote On Issue, In r k
M.n, Who purpose of helping any .applicants 4 x
Conservation Jobs North Carolina. Two Years ;
who may wish papers Bf i
made out. This work will be
Miriam Klckllter, acting dlr carried on at the court housein The City of Si rk. has an ordinance r '

of relief work In Bradford the clerk's office. prohibiting the manufacture { i 4
has been busy this week Berry ShipmentsAre ale, barter or exchange of any jT
a In applications of those beverage containing more than '
: the civilian refor- one-half of one per cent alcohol
to Join
on IB corps. Through Wednes- Brief Session r t At Heigth but It is believed this became Ineffoctlve d
week the names of sev- 4 this week with the pass
of( the white and colored ++aw age of the 3.2 beer bill by both j '
men, -
.two of be- r" the Senate and the House of Rep
meet the qualifications County Court Lawtf\Y Movement Reaches Peak resentatives. t' p s, .
unemployed unmarried Till.. 'N'kI"rlct'ttItl'maht !
of eighteen and According to news from Tallahassee 1, N p
en the ages have been sent toBarters Low it In now only a matter of tt} 4 i

In Tallahassee. More All Cases Are Disposed Of Tuesday hours before 3.3 per cent beer and t, ,
1 44 Lawtey this week reportedthe wines will be legal In Florida for ,
follow as soon as Mrs.their Klckllter namesbe l\lornlng-l\lany ContinuedA largest strawberry movementof the first time since January 1, l
compiled, '
the season with tw nty-''lx express : 1910.
I cars shipped from there since The House Wednesday morning !, r :
.., Starke office as well ase brief session of County Court Si"M_ ,
Jr_ Wednesday of last week. The average quickly approved the Senate com ) A
towns In thety kDif({ ,
In surrounding was held Tuesday and, althoughthe h I
price la said to have been!' mlttee. substitute for Its legalization 1r
have been swamped 'durh g docket was fairly heavy, all eight cents per quart which would measure and passed two com
but week with youths who are cases to come before Judge E. K. 4
mean a return of $18,090..10:. to panlon Senate measures The ,
I r to enlist in the conservation Perryman were disposed of at .the Not so many years ago Spring was not officially recognized until the young ladles' of Starke had don. growers. Six: express cars were measures. now have to be signed by x i ; .
L The disappointing straw- morning session. ned yards and yards of cheese cloth and tripped the light fantastic around a May Pole at the City reported being loaded at IAwtey the president of the Senate and the) j l''
y crop this season has' madey Cases tried were: Park. It is one of those customs that seems to have passed with all-day picnics, but It was grand fun Thursday which would be a record speaker of the House and then by 'I
young men welcome.the op- A. J. Rowe charged with assault Here Is a festive scene of not so many years ago. How many of the dancers do you recognize? for any one day this season Governor Sholt to become the law 4 4of

unity of signing up for steady and battery: pleaded not guilty. Starke shipped. one express car the State $' }' q'',) i
with the prospect of three Verdict of guilty.. Finded $10 and Post Office Bull ill during the week, and small dally It Is believed that the act of the l

re meals a day and a littleto costs or thirty days. Chapman Speaks Gives Fair WarningTo Board Cannot shipments brought the total to 13,- Legislature declaring beverage : ,, f'
boot. Troy King, charged with disturb- 440 quarts. containing not more than 3.2 percent
.0 Information has been reed ing pubic worship, was found Gold lloadcrs Warm weather and sunshine dur alcohol legal and medicinal i y f
at the office here as to the guilty. Sentence was withheld Memorial Day Sign Teachers ing the past week has done muchto will prevent any city from prohibiting 2 f;

bet that will be accepted from pending Instructions from the state The following bulletin was post overcome the bad effects of cool, them by ordinance. The city E
tad County. Whether our reformatory from which the defendant ed In the rainy weather of the week precede council thus far has taken no action I 3 '
U will be based on the number was recently paroled. post office Wednesday I ing, and many growers say that' In the matter, but It Is believed I ;1, ,
inemployed or on the total pop-" Herman gelger pleaded guilty to Tribute to Col. Weeks Read At morning: Governor Sends Letter Asking their plants are now bearing heav- that the sale of beer will i ;
Ion of the county, has not beenounced. a charge of discharging firearmson Crosby Lake Cemetery President"Under executive order of the That Contract Be Postponed" i ier than at any other time during come up for discussion at its Tuesday ; i I'r ;4(
Issued April 6, 1933 all
If the number Is based a public highway. He was Wednesday Until After Legislation I the season. If favorable weather meeting i'e' f
persons are required to deliver on 1
:>ne to every 500 population, as fined $10 and costs or thirty days. I continues, growers and shipper Governor Sholts. will withhold I ;
before f
or May 1, 1933, all gold coin
originally understood, it will Ship Temllnaon, charged with as- "War Is not all good, and It Is gold bullion and gold certificates, Superintendent A, J. Griffis this here do not Intend to stop shippingas his signature from the legalization Ia t'
u that only nineteen or twentybe sault and battery, changed plea not all bad," said L. F. Chapman, now owned by them to a Federal week received a letter from the of. long as they can at least break bill until a bill providing for the l'. +ltt, t
tent from Bradford. of guilty to plea of not guilty. Ver- superintendent of the Florida State Reserve Bank, branch or or flee of Governor Sholtx asking him even. taxing and regulation of beer end 01 .
lie lists are being made up only dict of not guilty was returned Farm, who made the principal address agency to hold up contracts for teachers Shipments from Louisiana are wine is adopted. This bill, whichIs
to member of
a those who have already reglsfd Cases) ContinuedThe at the Memorial Day exer- any the Federal Reserve pending the Legislature's action not increasing as rapidly an they now being considered by the 5: ttbi :'j

with the committee for re- following cases were con- cises held Wednesday afternoon "Criminal System.penalties for violationor 'regarding schools. Similar letters have done in past years. The average House, would allow county commissions r
work. This is in accordance tinued to the April term of court. at. Crosby Lake Cemetery. The executive order ar.Ul0.oo0 of were sent to the boards of public there has been seventy or to call a referendum election .
i Instruction from J. C. Huskla- Millar Youels, Butler Coleman, program was under the auspices of ten both." I Instruction In Florida's sixty-seven eighty cars per day, with 139 cars not oftener than once every w)
imprisonment or
.director of relief, Tallahassee. Alec White, Drew Starling, Clyde the W. T. Weeks Chapter, United years I counties out of there Tuesday. North Caroline two years to prohibit the manu.facture
application will be taken after Starling and Cleve Harris, charged Daughters of the Confederacy.Mr i Superintendent Grlffls said that movement continues small and and sale of the beverage t
1. with petit larceny Harris pleaded Chapman pointed out that Mrs.; HumphreyDied the trustees had made partial their fruit Is reported not to be of within counties where one-fifth of t ,
t IB likely that those enlisted guuty and was fined $10 and costs. there were two schools of thoughtin list of recommendations for teach. good quality. the registered voters petitioned for { 19p 'I'' .

a here will serve In the Lake The others pleaded not guilty and regard to this subject: One insisting Last Week ers next year and It Is likely that The weekly movement from such an election. However, if the) aft
reforestation camp cases were continued. that war and everything the entire list would have been Starke and. Lawtey this season Is measure became law, beer could be
response to many Inquiries Scott Alvarez, charged with connected to it is evil, and another made public following a meeting of as follows: (These figures Include sold In every county In the State) i 1.
IJI members of congress, the fol- trespassing with profane and In- school believing that war makes Mrs. Alice Humphrey, 83, wife of the school board on Monday. express and freight shipments pending referendum. t h

mg statement has been Issued decent language. Plea of not for progress, brings forth leaders the late R. S. Humphrey, died Sat It Is understood that the governor only.) i .

the Department o>( Labor, guilty. and arpuses patriotism. I urday in a Jacksonville hospital Is holding up action pendingthe Starke a I t
(Continued on page|$i{ Claude Rowe, Lacey Futch and The speaker did not accept the following a short Illness. outcome of an administration-i Week QuartsBO Returns B. He S. Graduates 1

Sidney Starling, charged with us- doctrines of either school In their Mrs. Humphrey was a native of sponsored school bill, which would Deo. 16 ____ $ 15.00
and indecent entirety and went on to point some Starke, having resided In Starkeall Dec. 23 ..__ 19 0.70
cut ing profane, vulgar centralize the state education
earn Wants language in public. 1 good that had come from each of of her life, and was a memberof tem. This bill has been infVduced eye- Dec. 30 ______ 244 73.20 Its Largest Class F f'r r'

Claude Rowe, Lacy Futch and I the wars In which the United the Baptist church. Funeral In both the Senate and the House Jan. 6 ___-__ 1,444 861.20 r li ""I
Sidney Starling, charged with disturbing States baa engaged.The services were held Monday .afternoon but neither branch of the Legislature Jan. 13 ____ 0,214 1,382.10 4i
In from the residence at three Jan. 20 ...__ 8,206 1,161.00 i
Postal Rates public worship.C. I. Revolution gave us liberty, has taken any definite actionon Commencement Exercises Held' f
K. McCaskill and O. N. Har- Mr. Chapman said. The War of o'clock. The service was conduct. the measure. Jan.:27 ___.. 3 .648 3.000.00 Thursday Night For Thirty. 1 I.
1812 made other nations realize ed by Rev M.. C. Stlth.pastor of Feb. 3 19,713 1,767.08 e
and -
.. per, charged trespassing I The Governor's letter said: "Your three !Seniors! ; ,
I Salary Cut for All Office cutting timber on tax la&ds.' that we were a full-grown nation 1 the Brentwood Baptist Church of' county board of education Is hereby Feb. 10() _'- 2 ,376 2,283.84 Y'
and not colonial experi Jacksonville. Interment was at Feb. 17 .. ____ 20,8 4 1,877.70
| Holder*-Denounce Frank- To Circuit Court merely a requested and directed not to Thirty-three graduates, representing i''
will be heardat ment. The Mexican War took the Crosby cemetery. Feb. 24 ___ 41.014 2,870.98
Ing Privilege' The following cases make any contracts with schoolteachers : the largest senior class In
the spring term of circuit court: western part of our country out Active pallbearers were: Mr. J. bus'drivers, Janitors or Mar. 8 --. 78.432 0,804.00 the history of the Bradford County
Fongressman R. A. Green recent- Chris' DeU, disposing of mort- from under the influence of Latin F. Colley. Mr. J. W. Andrews, Mr. others for the ensuing year until Mar. 10 '_, _?_ 18,880 2,360.00'I High School received their diplomas 34 ,
[addressed the House of Repre- gaged property. culture. The War Between the 0.. A. Andreu, Mr. C. -A. Knight, the termination of school legislation Mar. 17 ,____. 13, 8. 1,826.25 Thursday night at the thir y1

ptlves in favor of the bill to Robert Cody, charged with mur- States gave us a centralized government Mr. J. ''M. Mitchell, Mr. A. J. that is now pending or may Mar. 24 ___ 80,400, 3,329.00 ty-eighth annual graduating exer-
and did not entirely destroy Thomas Honorary pallbearers I Mar. 31 ___ 18,048 2,119.00
(1 postage rates. The bill, der of Lucius Williams.M. be Introduced at this session of the Y
(len passed, authorized the Pres- C. Strowder charged with the Ideal of southern home- Mr. J. W. Morgan, Mr. J. H. Ritch, Legslature." AprL 7_ ___ 23,168 2,172.00 cise.The commencement address bySenator a
ot: to make modification as he shooting into building pccupled by life. The Spanish-American War Mr. W. H. Green, Mr. John Uglow, AprL 14 __.. 19,744 1,776.90 J. Edwin Larson of Key.
deem advisable by reason of store of R. R. Thede Lawtey. was our last answer to a monarchy's Mr. W. W. Balsden. PRISONER IS MURDERED Aprl. 21 ___ 8,192 6 lS.36 stone Heights was well received by

pease In postage, or otherwise. Tommie Powell, Fred Williams I claim to any part of the Mrs. Humphrey is survived by AT STATE FARM SUNDAY Aprl. ._ ;..__. 13,440 806.40 the graduates and the large audience I ? ,
with western world. The World War two brothers, J. J. Jones of Starke,
P" his argument. Mr. Green and Edward Adams charged 1 that had gathered to witnessthe r ,
ped out that the bill would give assault with intent to murder Lu- was our answer to the challengeof and W. M. Jones of Ocala; one Total :;.. ___..387,730 39,638.83, exercises.
F President the right ont only to cious Williams. an insurgent nation. I nephew, W. M. Agin of Jackson. John Small, colored prisoner at Lawtey Of great interest,to the.pecta.. .
the Florida State Farm will be
lmllately reduce drop letters toP Lester Moody, charged with as- Mr. Chapman held out hope for vine; five nieces: Mrs. Freeman Week Quarts Returns tors was the presentation of honors li'
cents but will give him the sault with Intent to murder Daisy the time when thinking people Register of Starke Mrs..Mae Wil tried In Union County Circuit Jan 13 __ __ 6,928 $ 979.20 and award which followed the ", y ;i)
with lie of Tarpon Springs, Mrs. J. G. Court for the murder Sunday of Jan. 20 __._ 12
l ht to later reduce to two cent Jones.. should solve their problems 12. 1,901.44 giving out of the coveted diplomas. ; I .
?wge all first class con- George McGhee, assault with in- intelligence rather than guns, but Holton of Tampa, Mrs. R. T. Jonesof David Wyche, also colored. Jan. 27 _- ____ 26,880 2,862.00Feb. Seven students were honored for +
'IOns warranted It and would also tent to murder.K. until that time, lie said, we shouldgo Purdy Va., and Mrs. E. F. Bal- Small is said to have hit Wychein : 3 ___ 39,740 3,110.60 making an average of ninety or ;: +k p
the back of the head with two
t e the President authority to Pringle and C. A. Pringle, assault forth to fight our battles with Iselper of South Manchester, Conn. Feb. 10 ___'71,680 5,760.20 above during the four years of ( I y
pcribe regulations second with Intent to murder Steve' the same spirit of "fight for right" Among those from out of town by four scantling while the latter Feb. 24 __ __,-. 93,760 3,763.20 their high school careers. These ;) lei
Fi and fourth class on matter as Starling. I that motivated our forefathers. attending the funeral were: Mrs. was kneeling In a. dice game. Feb. 17 ___._ 30.000 2,700.00 were! Harmon Morgan, Lucille Edwards G Vr

[iM to reorganize and effect I Immediately preceding the ad- Lee Wyndam, Charleston S. C., Mar. 3 .-_..107,920 13,440.00 Abbie Harley, Hope f! ,oaf'' '
finer economies. dress by the superintendent of the )Mr.. and Mrs. J. O. Wyndham, Mr. ALARM LAST FRIDAYThe Mar. 10 ___ 60,480 7,960.00 Haynes, Genevieve Kenly, Mildred ,: f I

I\lr. Green also Slowness Bothers State Farm, Mrs. L. G. Powell read and Mrs. Henry Wyndham, Mr. and Mar 17 ___ 47,760 8800.00 Morgan, and Clyde Morgan. Eighteen ,q
franking privilege spoke of against the following tribute to CoL W T. Mrs. Irvin Bat elle, Mrs. Irene Gore fire department was called Mar. 24 ___ 98. 60 10,780.00 football letters were awarded

to this he said Congress. New LawmakersBy Weeks, aged Confederate veteran and son, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Walter out last Friday night In answer to Apr! 7 _....148.688 17,427.76 at this time, and outstanding I! I )
I"1 Used it and shall ; it who died here last week. The memorial Sharett and Mrs. F. C. Sharett, an alarm at the home of O. L. April 14 .-143,460 12.911.40 commercial students were honor- ei,
.g as it u use as was written by Mrs. Powell: South Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Beasley. There was no blaze, although Aprl. 21 ??116,480 0,318.40 ed. ( 'rl
| authorized because John Kilgore.)
|. constituents ( members of the In MemoryIt W. :M.). Bryan of Lawtey Mr. W. M. considerable damage was Aprl. ___..237,440 18,909.20 The following seniors received a
IIO alble entitled to ev- Some of the new of Is with more than usually saddened Jones of Ocala Mr and Mrs. W. done by smoke. resulting from a diplomas: 't .
Ir. i service showing signs
of tbe Congress existing. Mem- legislature are after breezing Into I hearts, that we meet here W. Agin and Mrs. J. G. Holton of screen that had been placed overa Total 1,2341.168 126,443.40 Mack Davis, Ivan Hazen, John J.1, ;
; and all
gpvpaent discouragement Continued on'page 4.) Tampa.per living room chimney. i
officials should pay their Tallahassee full of fire and enthus- I In man, Morris JacKson, Thornton ,
11 Johns, Malcolm Lewis, Harmon I''
8tageTaxpayers' then or Impa- Green
money iasm and patently Presiding (
QUid' not be used to buy auto- tiently waiting three weeks for i Morgan, Harry Sapp, Harry Tyson 9 ,
bliss' gasoline, postage stamps some action to start while ardor Uses Odd GavelA Frank Williams Dollle Dlnklnn, pef
aU other class privileges for cooled. But it Is not as bad as It II Legislative cee.4ings I Lucile Bdw.rds, Ins Forsyth, Ab- ; j

tic officials, be they local, state, looks and not nearly as bad as past. ble Harley. Hope Haynes, OkieHlnson r p I
llatlonl\l. The American people sessions. gavel made of Florida orange I Beatrice Johns, Lorle a 1 !

'Ured of such abuses, and they Tedious''WorkA I wood was used by Congressman R. Kelley, Genevieve Kenly,' Joyc ;1 d
lIt cease. High salaries and al- legislature moves In -myster- A. Green to discipline the House of Mast Mildred Morgan, Clyde Mor !' 1
''ances have made a wide lous Its miracles to perform. 9S1 BILLS OFFEREDThe cent penalty for failure to pur. den. ItA! provisions '/would Include Representatives Monday. Its handle gan Pearl McEachera. Ruth Rowe. & at''
t tween the working man and gap the Some ways new members expected to 1933 Florida legislature received ; chase automobile license tags before all State official and employes, Including l bJ made from hickory taken from Essie Sapp, Margaret Williams 1, r y

Ice i holder. M Practically are lo- begin passing bills the second day 931 bills up to the time of February 1. those connected with the the ship Constitution, when that Elizabeth Williams, Carol Cain ( ,
lit.f lur.Iind Federal salaries were and to have most of the work done week-end recess. For a cotter At a corresponding date In the Institutions) of higher education, vessel was recondition. It was Maurice Morgan, Oveda Andrews, $r ,
from M to W: percent and by this Ume. But hours of tedious ponding date In. the 1931 session, 1931 session, both houses of the and. .If enacted into law would.be- presented to the congressman some Ellen Wiggins, Inez Hlghsmlth.
allowances canceled% then the committee work Is necessary to approximately 400 bills had been legislature had approved only Ii bill come effective July 1, 1933. time ago by William F. Ochsen- Daisy Tompkins

i ertcan people would once again weed out the bills, eliminate duplication Introduced. for extension of tax payment time. relter. The following program was presented 4 -lv
Vt faith in public officials and reconcile similar measures, 'To date, the current lesglslature -- Evolution Again The gavel was wielded by Mr. : 1 h
I't Would be hope and adjust and modify in order to has passed four major measures: Wanta Drastic Cut: "The first measure aimed at the Green, who was called to the chair Violin ensemble, "United Liberty c
'It gap should be ""edDIs recovery.- build up a calendar of fairly useful 1-The bill to extend time of Measures to cut the salaries of teaching of evolution, etc.. In the by Speaker Ralney to preside over March" '(Losey) -- Miss Anita s
Il1Inations should be n lnated. measures for final submission to tax payment from April 1 to June State officers and"employees not public schools of the State, hit the today's stormy session of the Courtmancb: lot violin: Mrs. Randolph .
a adult person out of > ten the membership.Were 1, 1933. In excess of $1,000 a year a flat House hoppers Monday morning, House, while the MtisoU.' Shoala bill Boree, Miss Rosalind Jacobs
Ye was living yery on tax- It not for this painstaking 2-The bill re-establishing the 25 per cent and to create a State when O. L. Crocker, of GUchrlst. I was under consideration. He Is no 2nd violins,; Miss Marjorie McMil: ,
money in 1932. We must the legislature would soon !7th cent emergency gasoline tax. Civil Service Commission featured offered a bill which would permit novice at presiding, because of experience lan, 3rd violin; Miss Isabel Fernan- 1
rench and economize In process find Itself In a helpless muddle witha I ,3--The bill to give the state the' group of 24 new bills intro- conscientious objectors to such gained when he acted AS des, viola; Mrs. F. H. Long accom.
at affairs until Business govern-) condl- calendar several miles long I comptroller power to appoint conservators duced in the House Friday. teachings from taking such subjects speaker pro tem over the Florid panist.tnvwHttcna.. a

as improve! and the 1 is winding In and out of an impeni- for state banks In financial The salary slash measure was or standing examination upon, HouseRepresentative dm tin ,'
I1ded. tConsresslonal currency Afternoons and eve- difficulties. offered by R. H. Anderson of Has.W -* them hi any Institution supported the speakershlp of George H. Wll- High school girls' chorus, "Bell1 : 't

).". The.- bill passed-J. Record trable(Continued maxe. on page> 5.j. I 4-The bill eliminating the :28. seat red i. IJop.tcIa. flair. ( tusaed 'CIII pe t4_ ,lesS ...; .. -. -.. --s---.' KC8Ets561il3\; ( 1gi t.): : ,

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and family Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ty- Allie Harnage are spending this business visitors to Jacksonville I School ExpensesAre -- .. ...--.. ,

RAIFORD son. week at Ralford, the guests of Tuesday.Dan .

j their daughter and sister, Mrs. Joe Harley, who underwent an Not Too HighNewspaper Do You Know
r Red Kerce, Cor. Dobbs. operation at Starke Tuesday is reported + ? *

ZIFFMI. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey were resting satisfactory and Says

guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green will be out in a few days. -
Work Started on New HomeWork
will be started sometime .. L.1. Ma* Lewi. Car. Sunday. Mesdames V. R. Reddish and J. Dunnellon Sun Gives Figures To
Misses Allle and Elizabeth Har T. Reddish were shopping in Jack-
this week on a new bungalow that Show How Florida ComparesWith
were the of :Misses sonville
nage guests Friday. "
Is to be constructed the old
Rock Others
held at
Services were '
Amy and Nomie Groover and Jean- Paul Moore was a business visitor :' '
home lot of Paul Knabb.! .
church Saturday and Sunday.P.
ette Kelley of Brooker Sunday. to Jacksonville Wednesday. -
v Workmen began" last week to W. Lewis and L. J. Johns of Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp Wesley Bryan is transacting In the clamor for economy, that .
tear down the old house. We t ,
Jacksonville, spent last Friday spent Saturday night and Sun- business in Philadelphia Pa., thla now prevails over the State it is

1 learned Knabb that from he a expected talk with to have Mr. here with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. day at Lawety the guests of Mr. week. an evident fact that leaders of the ..! '

Lewis. and Mrs. VoUle Reddish. Mrs. J. B. Dye and sons of Lake state governmental affairs iacltld-: r4tK '
the work done in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Howard and :Miss Gladys Keene was the guest. land, spent the week-end here visiting ; ing the governor, have brought or s ': >
of mostenterpri.ing
:Mr. Knabb Is one our E.! Howard of Fairbanks
Mrs. of Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp i her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. contemplate bringing great pressure
business men, being
spent Sunday here with Mr. and Monday afternoon.Mr. M. Blanchard. on Florida public schools, by
the owner and operator of the local
Mrs. R. B. Thomas. T. N. Norman was visitingat Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Howell and curtailing current expenses.
turpentine still and a large truck and Lorraine Polkof
Miss Audrey Ruth Rowe In Jacksonville which Is respectfully -
Hastings Saturday. were shopping The following,
fanner. His still which was de- Brooker spent Sunday here with \
s Wednesday.Mrs. submitted is an authentic tab
ctroyed. some years back was replaced Misses Cora and Orean Padgett.
) ) situation .
ulation of the present school -
by a new construction. Mrs. R B. Thomas and daughter -
and we publish It on the
Hazel spent part of this week in LAWTEY
that there are "two sidesto
Mrs. J. R. Norman of Doctor's Jacksonville with friends and rela II 0. J. Cor. I BOOTSEY'S BEACH more things than a box car." 02 n
Inlet Is here spending few week'sas tives. U ... G....... c... How Florida( Ranks with Others 4 vf l3i.y.
of her Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and
Annual cost of .instruction per
John Gordon and Mrs. E. B. An- :Mack Hough were. in Starke Sun- Tom Beck Again Wins pupil in average dally attendance,
Miss Thelma Gaskins entertaineda
drews. day.We Our local pugilist. Beck
are very sorry to report that Tommy number of her friends last Monday 40th.Total
the rains have ceased and added another star to his
crown in
annual cost per pupil
the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Blrt r night with a peanut popping
the sun Is shining brightly everyday Stokes Is ill. at the armory In Jacksonville Tues- ;at the close of which home-made average dally attendance, 40th. ems?A ca

i at least for the past week the day evening when he scored an- served to the Average salaries of teachers, f
Mr. T. D. Dyal was called to the I candy was twenty- '
r strawberry growers have been reporting other technical knockout over Jim- principals and supervisors, 43rd.
bedside of his brother T. Dyal, of I five guests: Mj
a good yield. Althoughthe my Griffin of Valdosta, Ga., in the I In the nation 25.47 cents of ev- ePA
1 Wauchula, who Is seriously A large crowd from here attended
F market to gone for this section third round of a scheduled ten ery tax dollar goes to schools; In
Mr. A. T. Mann was attendingto church at Evergreen Saturday
of and shippers there Is round affair.
; growers business In Lacrosse Saturday. Florida 19.S7 cents; in California
night and .
; reported a lot more berries picked Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and Griffin had a slight edge In the 27.70 cents.In .
and on the bushes than ever before first session, but Beck came back and Mrs. C. M. Flanders of
and Miss Rhoda Thomas of the nation the an-
sons, average
this season. To our way of think- to his opponent lustily in the second Waycrous. Ga., were visiting their
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. nual current expenses for each
ing the average patch of this crop round and near the end of the daughter, Mrs. I. B. Thompson, last
Reynolds and children of Graham, child is $86.52; In Florida 4974.
was over-fertilized for the weather chapter floored him with a vicious
Mrs. Delatha Starling' and children Do You Know
that was had this year; now that right uppercut to the solar plexus. Mr. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey, was -
of Alachua Mr. and Mrs.
the sun has begun to shine and the Henry The Georgia boy managed to rise visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw- That the more than 60 percentcut
Shaw Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas
rains have let up a bit the crops at the count of nine and the bell ford Tuesday. In the state budget;; for schools .htiQA: C...,.llM a.N.4h1HAT '
and '
and Hazel Mr. L. R. I
g I have just had time to really take saved him from further punish Jimmy Neal of Dukes is spend. threatens the closing of many ofthe "

hold and do their best. Lewis were recent guests of Mr. ment. .In the third Griffin knocked Inir this week here with his--- aunt... Florida -.anhnnl------ -in- 1033.34 and- .L the American antelope ts the only Mown wild r; mlnmt t
and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. C. E. Crawford. curtailment of the rest to four has hollow horns on a bony core as with cattle and also huthj
Beck down for the count of .
w The regular baseball and the cub Mr P. W., L. 0., and J. :M. Lewis Mr. five months ranched and shads them like deer Altogether the antelope iho
eight as the fans went wild. Bert Chism of St. George, 1-
? team played a game on the local and sister, Lula Mae, Mr. L. J. sv* been featured In Alice In Wonderland because according to Ern
r "+ Beck got from the canvas Ga., returned home last week af- the proposed budget will Thompson 6'ton
court Sunday afternoon In which Johns and Mr. A. I. Mann all were up the famous naturalist It "has the feet of i ginfi
however, and his face covered with ter spending several days here I appropriate almost three times as the Gland of the
the former whipped, by a narrow visiting friends in Lulu last Friday a float coat of a deer, the horn. of an ox ind it
t' g 1 margin.A blood from a bad cut, renewed his with his sister, Mrs. R. N. Craw- i much money for roads as for Mmblnedf/ the eyes of a gazelle, the build of an antelope and ,.t
night. attack. Griffin was in a bad way ford. Mrs. Crawford and son, Cecil schools? .Ipeed of the wind." In a well protected national' park In south
a'ry '] A party was given last Saturday Elder J. H. Kelley attended and did not come out from his cor-. and Mrs. Mae Dicks accompanied That in the last five years the Mberta> the Canadian Government la enjoying considerable succtnT

y 4;;, ; night at the home of Mr. and church at Wayfalr Saturday and ner for the fourth round. him home, where they spent I'county taxes for operating the reading the antelope In captivity. Previous attempts to do t* I h
Mrs. Carlos Cason. Music was Sunday. Man Unsuccessful elsewhere..
If our Tommy continues he will the day with relatives. schools have been reduced more
furnished violin and Miss Hazel Thomas entertaineda
by a guitar,
's other Instruments. number of her friends last Sat- soon be in shape to tackle any of Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke, and than fifty per cent than $100 to keep a child hi pub- section Saturday night and]
his class and as he is a clean Misses Alleen and Lorene Rosier of That part of the school fund Is

a fit, al :Mrs. Ira Young and little son, urday afternoon with an Easter fighter, we wish him luck. It is Woodlawfl were visiting Mrs. J. L. being used to pay for the school lic schools? day.There will be a box IUPP
Charles, are the guests of Mrs. egg bunt and birthday party.A Gaskina That it costs in Florida $186.1
w reported he will again be featured Monday. houses which are advertisements the Hellbronn school house j
;, 'Voting's parents Mr. and Mrs. S. crowd of little folks enjoyed an next Tuesday evening at the ar I of the boom and should not be annually to keep an adult in prison night. Everybody invited to j
Easter hunt at the home of
Ft. Meade. egg
IA this week In
Morgan mory. charged to the school operatingfund but $49. 74 to keep a child in and bring a box.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee .
r to return in a few Crosby recently.Mr.
: They expect any more than the road in
Miss Maggie Burton of
and Mrs. Leon Hough and r public school?
children of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberts were BROOKER front of the school building? has returned home to spend j
are spend Our state build a highway
,i, Misses Katherine Mann and Mar- That the patrons are demand- can I
k In Tallahassee eral months with her family.
t Ion Henderson of Sanderson were L.ing a while here with Mr. and Mrs. visiting Miss Martha Moore,Sunday.who has I 1/llfm"' Va Oal.*". Cor. Ing more of the schools than they ths year, next year, or the year Miss Idell Clemons was|
Hough. the
IL ? the guests of Miss Elinor. Redd There will be revival been visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom did ten years ago? after that. It cannot postpone guest of Misses Edna and 1
a meetingat education of a child, for as long as
Monday'afternoon. Beck returned to her home In Jack A union meeting of the Missionary That the school population Is Davis Sunday afternoon.
Deaden church Services
Former Principal R D. Altmanof Friday. sonville i Baptist Church will be held at steadily increasing a child Is growing he Is getting an .

Gainesville, was here Tuesday urday Friday night Saturday and afternoon also, Sat-din- Misses Saturday.Agnes and Louise Sappof ;I Deadon Friday, Saturday and Sunday That Florida keeps fath with educaton good or bad. Wheat-Winter wheat p
afternoon. Mr. Altman is around ner on the grounds. Everybody is the Wateroak section, were the April 28-30. Everybody is invited road contractors but breaks faith Sources of the above findings: tlon this year is forecast at

In this section looking over the invited to week-end guests of Mrs. V. R. Red : to attend. with her children? National Education Association 000,000 bushels as compared

prospects for a teacher's summer come.. : Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Waters ofAlachua That the $7,500,000 appropriatedby Research Bulletin September 1932, 462,000,000 bushels last year.

t school. dish.Mesdames Emma Dickerson, ,( have recently moved the legislature of 1931 to the. and November, 1932; State Super.

4 i Mrs. Jeff Davis of South Florida, Enoch Grlffla and Mayor Arthur here. We all wish them a successin schools was paid only in part? intendent's Biennial Report, 1932: ; Wool-In western growing

*f and formerly a resident of this Gum Branch Grlffls were visiting In St. Augus- their new home. That last year all but $1,000- Florida Education Association, Ions, the market Is very firm.

place, was here Sunday afternoon I tine Sunday : Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shriver of 000 of the $12,000,000 appropriated January 1933: "What Is Done trading reasonably active

( as the guest of Mrs.' Joe Cason. Elizabeth Homage, Cor. Miss Loretta Jeffords of Brooker, Jacksonville. were visiting friends to the roads was paid, and that With School Dollar," October-1932; are' on the upgrade.' *

a, Bl Crops are looking up after the was the week-end guest of Miss here Sunday. $1,000,000 is being provided for a letter from Superintendent of

," d lacking of the rains and farmers Birthday Party Rose Mae Rowe.Mesdames Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haynes of by the present budget, while the State Prison Farm.-DunnellonSun. Motors-Autonr\obile exec

r are busy replanting their corn and Last Saturday afternoon at five Enoch Griffls, W. C. Fort Fairfield, Maine, are transacting defclt of the schools has been ignored are both surprised and elate

peanuts. If the weather keeps up o'clock large crowd of little folks Wooten R. R. Thede were shopping business here now. and the budget for 1933-34 reports of retail sales rear

l as it baa started in the past week enjoyed a birthday party given by in Jacksonville Tuesday.F. Tony Karstedt of Lake City curtailed $2,000,000? them from all parts of the co

4 we will be in for a bumper general Miss Geraldine Harnage it being R. Carradlne was a business was attending to business' here That education is a deterrent of.

t7 farm crop. her fourth birthday. They played visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Monday. crime? Heilbronn Springs Railroads Awaiting woe

1 The place owned by Mrs. O. B. .many games until 'seven o'clock and Mrs. James Godwin of Mrs. Blanche Chambers of Jacksonville That the depression has so undermined out of administration P

Gordon on the highway leading out when cake was served by Gerald- the State Farm, were visiting here spent part of this week the morale of the Ameri- Ml Tkelma Rhode. Cor. with confidence and hope.

,, towards the State Farm had a ine's mother, Mrs. J. A. Harnage.All Saturday afternoon.Mr. here with friends and relatives. can youth that they need better

y"" large oak tree standing In front reported nice' Urns and then and Mrs. A. G. Cooper of Mrs. Wal Crews was taken seriously schoos now more than ever before? Mr. Cecil Cranberry and Roy Germany has a better hlg

T';' of the house that was interferring went home. Jacksonville spent the week-end ill while visiting her daughter That among the GOO consecutive McNeil of Jacksonville, were visit- program.

u'' with the State Farm's telephone Miss Gladys Kene spent Saturday here visiting friends. Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo. prison cases in Sing Sing in ing Misses Edna and Ethel Davis

n j o wires, and kept them shorted most night and Sunday with ,Miss Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of We wish her a speedy recovery. 1932 there were 225 who had left Monday nIght. BOREE & GIDDEN

h. % of the time. The farm offered Mrs. Edna Conner.J. Jacksonville, was a visitor here 9 school before the sixth grade and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Parmenterand 1I'1T1'fER.A.L' DIUECTOaI

I Gordon palm tree settings If they C. Sapp spent Saturday night Sunday afternoon.'J. Girls rare more Interested than only 22 who had graduated from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Matthewsof Casket DUpUr Ueom N..' I

could cut the oak down. Mrs. Gor- and Sunday with Russell Carter of C. Gatewood was a business boys in education in Masutoland, high school? Jacksonville were Sunday guests At BMtt'a w.r ..w I

don consented, and now the old Woodlawn.Mrs. visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday af- Africa the school attendance be- That it costs In the Tinted Stateson of Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Parmenter.Mr. LICENSED KMBALVE [

r oak Is replaced with five or six W. F. Hcrnage and daugh-(I I ternoon.Mr. ing, according to a recent report, an average of $300 annually to : Harry and Leo Edwards and J ..A..Ia.e..erelee"Always ...." PII...

y pretty palms that add a different ters, Mrs. R. (X Groover and Miss and Mrs. W. F. Moore were 25,167 girls and 11,883 boys. keep an adult in prison but less Hugh Andrews were in Hellbronn 15 I. PI RlTr.id. A.... J.
appearance to the front yard.

Mrs. Drew Sweat and Miss Ro- -er'I'HE MAIN.XHING!,! MAIN STREE ByJLRVanMUIWT m
g 'a dUe Sweat were in Lake City Saturday -

:)' afternoon on a shopping

S tour.Mrs.. J. :M. Conner and son, Russell iluily Duzz oo sae DAY-Po --- .,toI(- ,r''

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workers of the Raiford Relief '1.,oo IItf iii FIQ& 'SET WERfi All I 6Af
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--' ----- ceased to grind cane and make it thorlties to stop It, was revealed lous markets, including New York, land, Arcadia, Winter Haven, Bar- Dut -ieat, an alloy of copper ;}rand Vt!,

into sugar for the season. Ship- as three alleged ring leaders were the control committee explained. tow: and Fort Myer! Is expected to zinc, Is used Instead of gold 1 ;
ment of sugar to the Philadelphia i transferred to the county jail. The be t the first National Guard artIl- leaf for ornamental purposes. ,/ I '

refinery was completed Tuesday of trouble started as a protest by REPRODUCE EVERGLADE lery unit jn the Southern States: to ----- ''I ;,

LIVE STATE NEWSNews this week. prisoners against the use! of trusty DeLand--The work of movinga be motorized, orders for motor It Is said that not one direct de- '. I
Much work has been done In the prisoners in returning a white equipment having been placed by '
section of the mysterious! Ever- scvmlent of the 3,000,000 Indiana 'i)
Pellsmere section during the season man who escaped Tuesday. Au- the War Department and the local : '
in Short glades to Chicago where it will of Haiti are there today. \
Florida In conjunction with mill activities. thorities said battalion received notice of '
no one was Injured.The form an important feature of having Y'' .
: = Besides the construction of the factor trouble was quieted after use Florida's exhibit at the Century the change to be made from horsepower Gallcla, Spain, furnishes that ; r. ('

and the Installation of ma- of a few tear gas bombs, they said. of Progress exposition, has been to motor trucks and tractors country with Immense quantities of ;1): ,.: "
chWry, enough cane was raised The exact date for
I makingthe
begun. A large directly in ',
boxes and crates ;
.. ... -- -- packing ,
... harvested 1
and produce approxi- CUCUMBERS BRING $70,000 front of the Agricultural Buildingand change Is not known here, but .
; ICE SKATES FOR GAS mately 2,000,000 pounds of high Wauchula-Hardee county cucumber Immediately adjoining the ''It is expected to be In the immediate :

1'1 oS bGalnesv1IIe'a10leasvl Miami Beach-R. D. Barlow, grade raw sugar.EXCHANGE growers, experiencing their much talked of living orange grove, future. The Egyptian labyrinth, contain .

shortly a have an oppor- manager of a gasoline service sta- I best season in several years, have : has been secured for the reproduction ing 3000 chambers, was considered. '1M
wonders of the world.
1riI1 of
vote upon Sunday mov- tion hero, now figures he may haveto REORGANIZED lent sevently solid carloads to of a miniature sugar plantation GIANT I'LANT PROPOSE one ,
and several proposed take a trip up North next win- Tampa-The Florida Citrus Exchange market from the Wauchula platform and,winter vegetable gar Pensacola Pans of a group of '
lures to the municipal chardeeloped ter. When a visitor from Canada was reorganized recently for which they have received den. The methods used for the engineers and financiers to seek a O"f.R 1: WORD : .'j
JIIenta at a recent seethe needed gasoline and didn't have by Its board of directors with adoption seventy thousand dollars in cash. draining and flooding of Everglades $30,000,000( loan of the Reconstruction C )

,city: commission. money to pay for It, he proposedthat of recommendations by the finance During the past week twenty-four plantations will also be Finance Corporation for election NERVES !
Barlow furnish the gasolineand and advisory committee Involving cars rolled out of the Wauchula shown. of a giant Industrial project I IJ
GUILTY take the ice skates in trade, economies that will reduce ash market, to bring the season's here were announced last week by
S :NOT Colbridge. cripIamI or as securty until the amount Is the growers' retainer for exchange total to seventy cars, with two NEARY '<40< % GRADUATES Laurence S. Wilder, former president J

_Gilford World War veteran paid in cash.GRAND expenses from 15c to lOc, lowestin weeks yet to go before shipping Tallahassee-Approximately <<0per of the New York Shipbuilding ,-

KTplea l of not guilty last the history of the organization. ends. It is expected that ship- cent of the students who enter Company lie said the plants _____ LL.
H of attempting ex- JURY CRITICISED The reorganization, contained In a ments will go well beyond one hun- Florida State College for Womenas would function cooperatively with ; tt
charges as. Miami-Describing the federal 17 point recommendation by the dred cars. freshmen continue until graduation. steel fabricating mills in the Birmingham

of ireh 50, arraignment be- grand Jury system as "archaic" advisory and finance committee, is This percentage places Florida Ala., territory and other

Judge Hatot adTVI L. Federal Judge Halstead L. Ritter expected to make possible a savingof NEW COAST STEAMSHIP! State College for Women in Industries and would build ships,
ederal $85,000'a year. that class of institutions of steel houses and allied
said in open court that "a new dealIs Pensacola A new coast steamship higher carry on ;'
certainly needed here." "With learning having an exceedingly low operations. He estimated 300,000
.- BOYS RUN CITYJacksonville' service will begin operations student mortality rate, in com- men would find employment In tbe I
ROApproximately I all these reto>l'D\'I, why don't they out of New Orleans on or about I- : :: II
MILLION The reins of
municipal -
; five : abolish these grand Juries?" His April 30, according to Information parison with other colleges, since proposed plants and in productionof
government were taken
figures compiled by the United materials for them.
pa comment in the of Fred I
was case received
fruit remain The schedule will
of citrus over one day last week by a group Sates Department of Education .
& marketed, Fred W. Sewell, a negro, who remained In of Jacksonville school who Include weekly calls at Mobile,
be boys, show that less than S3 per cents of A Budda eight feet higher than
181 before indicted
sales manager, told the Jail days he was held council and commission meet- Pensacola and Panama City, witha the freshmen who enroll in American Niagara Falls, dominates the Ba-
directors so he could plead guilty to operate possibility of later being extended -
Citrus Exchange Ings, conferred with citizens, and colleges and universities com- mlan valley. :
This figure, he said, Includ- ing a whiskey still.SHIPMENTS otherwise carried on the affairs of to Tampa should the business plete the standard four-year UP 'TO year won t* wa b-
B v>0 carloads of Valencia the public with ease and dispatch.The justify, it was stated. The ship I 1& every ftarre' u ksb tension. 4 I IU.
and six thousand carload. ARE LARGE Inauguration of the boy gov- to be employed< on the run will be courses wesder yes s.a> at the Into 1
eI Tallahassee the City of Fort Myers. aM bark: at the ctOWr-n. 8
The Florida State ernment of the official Arrangements
was part
efrult.IliCADIA IS PRODUCTS PLANNED the next 8
Watch ..I! OverworkedMHiy .
Bureau has announcedthat are being made for the shipto SendSl.for
observance of Boys' Week and the '
Tallahassee State Forester nova teal t. .BlaaylaaB'Karroos 1 '
land at the docks. An months of 1
SEEKS RIGHT during the first three monthsof program was under the auspices municipal Harry Lee Baker has said the Fed- .f '*****, Kerf!
|dl-Confronte! < with prob- the year a total of 68,650: cars of the Kiwanis Club. extension! of 100 feet has been or- eral Government plans to establish w t 'U-.. be** ft }
| city streets of fruits and vegetables valued at dered built to the warehouse now about 15 reforestation and unemployment THEAtlantic ether ap a.a.nt gl.s.rbanaw '..M
of protecting from heavy bus $22,276,628 f.o.b., were shipped GRAND LODGE ELECTS located there.GRAPEFRUIT. relief projects in Floridato Why...'t yea taT Dr. Mlle! t
damage Monthly JIIt;... If...... Tablets
of Ar- from Florida points. The bureau Jacksonville B,W. Helvenstonof work to : .II! t
the city give approximately
nick appealed to the Florida reported sale of livestock and Live Oak was elected to the postof PRICES TUMBLE 3000 men. The unemployed men, Make the most of your reading Jed waken e4 In. a bait glass STMrk eC i r t S;
water ,
baS a_ plwuwnt l
ad commission for permis- poultry products during the'same grand master of the Grand Winter Haven-With the New Baker said, are being enrolled in hours. Enjoy the wit, the wisdom aac rtat oVJ cfctfelly eootMng sy "
iollmit the weight of motor period amounted to $2,840,370. Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons York market today reaching a President Roosevelt's "rehabilitation the companionship, the evweaa.4 ......... i 'I
Be city streets to not more here, succeeding F. S. B. Moy- new low of $1.20 delivered on com army" and Federal officials charm that have made the ATLANTIC Dr. ktlasj' N..... to Dow
1 on 000 pounds. A hearing on PROTEST SHORT TERM er, of Jacksonville. Other officers mon or regular grapefruit and have asked Florida Sate officialsto for seventy five ssdc Y ... f raa-1Apid u4 elf' tIGCave..rt '
16, '
,tltlon will be held,,, this week. I Melbourne--Lcd by a drum and elected were: Fred W. Delaney, $1.65 delivered on Marsh., seedless, approve the general plan of years, America's most quoted I .t'aIIW...." Botk haw ( ) S ., 41' I
bugle corps, students of both the Miami, deputy grand master; Har- the special control committee that sending: the men into Florida's timberlands and most cherished magazine. lbs s.e II "w.. qt 1 '
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ItBY TO INVESTIGATE Junior and Senior High Schools ry G. Taylor, Bartow, senior grand met here last week again struggled to work at reforestation, Send $1. (mentioning this ad) ;
Wstown-A Calhoun county here paraded through the business warden: J. C. Clark, Pensacola, to devise ways and.means of fire control and related projects '" J toJ

h jury met here Monday to Inrste and residential section of the city Junior grand warden; Alexander carrying out their responsibility to .t ;<.t '1Zt- I t'' :
the murder of Sheriff at noon Saturday and in &effort. Ray, Jacksonville, grand treasurer; 111 heading off continued disastrous ABANDON OLD GRAY MARE ,
_rt J. Flanders, who was killedhere to obtain a full term of school. Wilbur P. Webster, Jacksonville, prices. Shipments for the weekending Tampa-The 116 Regiment'sField The Atlantic Monthly 8 Arlington ( VERYINtANNOUNCING .
December 13, 1932. J. P.anee Banners and posters, with the ,grand secretary; and A. E. Cakllna, ; April 16 are the suppliesthat Artillery, with headquarers St., BostonYou'll

former fanning part- petition, "we want nine months of ,:St. Augustine, grand chaplain. are selling today In the var- here and units in Plant City, Lake I, .

I Flanders is being held Int school," were carried by dozens of -
Cblpley charged with first marchers. Other signs urged at- WHAT IS WRONG! ? a

murder of the former sher- tendance at a school play which Orlando-Whatever is wrong
was staged for the benefit of the with the Florida Citrus Exchangeis SAVE WITH A NEW CHEVROLET
.full term. wrong with the citrus Industry f r,

CONVICTS ESCAPE of Florida, General Manager C. C.

-Three fugitives from a WANT IIARDEEI.FOR JOB Commander told the Junior Chamber 1 _
f prison camp at Homosassa Tallahassee Friends here of of Commerce here in summarizing > 4 j a'

1 with revolvers and swear- ;Former Governor Cary A. Hardee, his answer to the question, .1.

Jiey will not be taken alive, Including prominent Democrats "What is wrong with the Florida Save on purchase price Save on gas and oil 4g i
Rto Tampa Monday afternoon from all parts of the State, wlt"out \-Citrus I Exchange T" "Everythlni
I ,.
1 disappeared after freeing conferring with him, are send that Is wrong with the industry, I

Jin Cox of Broolcsville, whom 'ing to President Roosevelt strong he said, "affects the Florida Citrus
I Dad compelled to accompany endorsements urging the appoint Exchange as the biggest Individual Save '
memberof factor In the industry. This, plus on upkeep ;, I
1 In a truck. ment of Mr. Hardee as a :
the Federal Reserve Board. Mr. Internal dlssentlon from time to :

I A LONG TELEGRAM!: I Hardee is a close personal friendof time, largely due to selfesh Inter- "
Petersburg-In one of the President Roosevelt, they have eats, summaries: the answer." ;

at telegrams ever dispatched I ing been associated together for I

| a local telegraph office, 1.xnona ,- ', some years in the meetings of the MALLJK MARTIN ACCUSED IJ f I 1'r" M.
Monday night voiced Conference of Governors. Tallahassee Mallle Martin, J b I

J desire for the return of beer. Crestview newspaper publisher and
telegram bearing these names ALSOP IS HIGH MAN one time secretary to former Governor ;
John T. Doyle E. Carlton, will\ facea I
|lint to James Sikes, senator Jacksonville Mayor
i this district, who Is in the Alsop, Jr., and Milton Bacon, !n. Leon county grand Jury on May; '
[ capital attending the sessione surance man, will meet in a second 15 on charges of embezzling $.,7:50:
legsllature. primary for mayor of Jacksonville, In cash from his brother-in-law, E.
Incomplete returns from last C. Strickland of Pensacola, Carlton P. -
[COUNTERFEIT SCRIP week's election showed. Alsop led shell fish commissioner appointee. 'r ':

tinea City Fleming 'rooks the field of three In the first primary A warrant charging Martin with
[William Burton were arrested and with one ward to be "feloniously stealing, takIxf carrying -

I last week by Constable J. E.n heard from was more than 1,700 away and embezzling" the _
on a charge of counter. votes in the lead. More than 20- money was sworn out here before _

f or obtaining money on false 000 voted. Dr. T..S. Adams, president County Judge W. May. Walker last :

ises. Objects resembling the of the city council, was the week. cD
i used by the Polk Canning third man In the race, trailing 1Pftffl14i
*ny In paying laborers were some 4,000 votes behind Bacon. TEAR GAS STOPS
Miami-An uprising by 77 prisoners -
made -
and passed to local _
in the Dade County stockade
banta in payments .for mer- SUGAR SEASON OVER wti
dille,, it is charged. Fellsmere On Friday night of and use of tear gas bombs by au, h
as t +yr ,y
By DWIG Greet another brilliant newcomer to the Cher
SCHOOL .DAYS F pay leas for a rolet: ranks the Matter Sia Town Sedan, H
tmarteit, moat colorful car ever to brighten
Chevrolet than for any the low-price field-priced at only $$4So ', t'

1. o. b. runt, Michigan."Syncro'MnhP1 1
other six-cylinder closed car on the

market. You'll spend leas on it for

FROG 1bCMOwel': IOtte 'I gasoline and oil than you would on
IT I Ili
\\o\OR e-CUPPe.Q.S". h"DIt I any other full-size automobile You'll P w wIw

re'tR- COsT naNt7twtn' li, II also spend less to keep a Chevrolet in Hit

Gon\, \)T1s Coon' I first-class mechanical condition. J1L4

Then in addition to saving all this
I'll Do 1 + ,

6A9Y, 7b0, IFYW money think how much better off I l p:
wtlTvd "/ ... this Chevrolet Standard Six if 1
r In1 ThOi 1 be In other You'll
you'll way.
DOne, MISMOOM 1 advertised aa the world'a' low. !priced ,

Tt' NT NO a f / i a i-cytind t elo*.d oar." own a big comfortable Fisher Body "Oh su/a-anrf a silent tcond, tool },i' ;

TROue.t I Lit.n to hour ntc and quietly we hit '" j 1
'We/I. at$445, JtrtaJnIT.a great buy.
.;.. car-a fast, dependable, smooth-run. 40-without awn. uhlftinj Into high ,

: ning six-one of the smartest most g.at." b

.ri attractive cars on the road today- 111 __
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and the most advanced car ever to __
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appear in the low-price field. SAVE __
-with a NEW Chevrolet I a s, rVr
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I .. "R.m.mb.r-Jn th old car, you always 445 TO $565 "
1 '
\\V I anted the front window open, and I ''Wpilchmat.efarMyourNestuseth. '
amount of jtolin and\ oil?"
: wan ted It c/oeed? bait
All fricM I. av ft. Flint M"'''. SfeM ..,ulp.
*_th nk (oodn*.* for thlt Fisher aunt **,... Low> dHrd prow and .mmrO ''Ch.vroltt Our cost rcord always
....... A 0.... ., Motor. Vmlu a
V.,.til.tion. Now **rybody'*.uti n d." M. A. C, f thaw IhMt. .1 t+

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Experiment With Colors I In Dress and M ce-up slavery In society Bras:, tor Wu( abogG'

: W. H. BoHen will preach We wish to express' our most In Pernambuco ore
: c eCIiAPTKICKLITER Those Best Suited to Your Type Sunday at the County court houseat sincere appreciation to those wilo'ao ... -
to Discover three o'clock, if permitted. kindly assisted us during the I Before the Won \\81
e i time of \Illness and death of our Was the first ,
RED CROSS TO MEETThe ;; father the late W. T. Weeks. Europe, surpassed commarcrl lnv|: J,

.J : (Signed): I don and New Y k In vl
I'" Mis. Mrs. Miriam Klckllter an Vo Charmingly NaturalFacialAppearance .; Bradford County Chapter The family of W. T. Weeks. trade.

; Bounces the marriage of her daughter Without ." American Red Cross will meet
. Miriam Hazel, to Clifford L Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockIn
Craft Avon Park Florida. Harmony of Color.By t, the Woman's Club.MARRLtOE .
Coiuultant, National Beauty Inttitul -

regular meeting of Starke,, Harmony of color Is absolutely The following marriage license
Chapter No. 166 Order of Eastern lecessary if you are to. achieve a I was issued this week by Judge E.

Star will be held Monday evening :tharmlngly natural facial appear- K. Perryman:
May 1. at 8 o'clock. All ottlcers ince. And harmony of color demands M, I Wllbert Hanson and Viola '

and members are urged to be pres- careful Moody. *
ent. Visitor welcome. f attention to the .
After the meeting a practice will natural color SIBLEY ELECTED DELEGATE
Ing of I W. 8. Sibley was elected this
s be held with the district instructor your
Mrs. C. A. Futch in charge. skin, the colorof p Y sr-r, Ik week as delegate from the Jones- A MUSICAL COMEDY PRESENTED BY

your hair I Langford-White Post American
GARDINERIXHVDKN and eyes, as Legion to the annual State convention -
well as the colors to be held next month In Havana "Boy Scouts of America"TROOP

j The marriage of Judge Geo. A. of your Cuba.
Gardiner and Mrs. Minnie D. Low- costumeand e>
den has been announced. It was the shades of + ') I The magic increase In ManchurIan OF STARKE
"solemnized Monday In St. Augustine powder rouge, 55 e'Dyr soy bean culture lured millionsof ,
at the homo of- Mr. and Mrs. and lipstick. In $ i } Chinese colonists.

E. O. Allen with Dr. B. B. Bigler, ,, other words, --- PATRONS AND PATRONESSES
senior minister of Memorial Presbyterian this matter of In Haiti, 8 or 10 fireflies confined (Continued from last week)
. Church, officiating. V.VIvsudou. appropriatelinkeup t 9ip in a vial give sufficient:\ light for
The bride Is the daughter of J. must depend to a great ex- domestic purposes.
A. Dohm of Miami. Judge Gardiner :ent upon the Individual which Hart Furniture Co. Suwannee Store

is known throughout the state, neons YOU. GET UP NIGHTS? Stump's Pearce's Beauty ParlorSternberg's
having been county judge of Brad-'1 A color should do one or all of S Denmark Furniture Co.
ford county for twenty-four years. :Three things for you : flatter your '
skin tones, Intensify the color of It Falls. K. & M. Service Station White's Pice-Zing Store

U. D. C. CIIAITKU WILL four eyes, or give life and color to Physic the bladder as you would Mr. A. J. Griffis Carola Cafe
bowels. Drive out the
hair. the Impuri-
MEET WEDNESDAYThe roar ties and excess acids which cause Clover Farm Store Kew Bee BreadMitchell's
Don't let a honey-tongued sales-
W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. nan persuade you to take a dress J -" the irritation that wakes you up. Merita Bread Drug: Store
.. :Get 23c box of BUKETS,
a regular
C., will meet Wednesday afternoon o an unbecoming color elrriply be- / Bradford Hardware Co. Three Friends Barber Shi]
/ .. made from buchu leaves Juniperoil
May 3,at three-thirty o'clockat :ause "it's" the very newest thing / ,,,; .,/ etc. After four days test, if not Tip Top Grocery Starke Dry Cleaners
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. na dahm. Paris plays horrid color -;.... ..,
Davis. Hostesses: Mrs. Davis, Miss Ticks: on femininity every so often satisfied, go back and get your

Mrs.Etta E.Tlson K., Mrs. L. G. Powell and ind:ake, even to wearing If tbe whole a difficult world should shade Lupsj Vttei Rest for 8 Moment In the Futuristic Dressing Room similar 25c.: They to castor work oil on on the the bladder bowels. April 28 8 P. M.
Ike pistachio-green or chard shade of' Her Beverly Hill. Homea Bladder irrgularlty Is nature's dan- ,

if blue, don't wear It unless It Oaters ger signal and may warn you of
W. M. 8. CIRCLES WILL : yon. personality than >monotony. Experiment : look: weak: and wistful or vivid an trouble. You are bound to feel bet-

MEET MONDAY Mix your wardrobe colors with a bit. Perhaps certain'I vibrant. It can inspire courage, o ter after'this cleansing and you HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
:ommon sense. It's downright extravagance color 'you've always thought was specs o; love." get your regular sleep.
I' The circles of the Woman's Missionary to buy a coat of one col- taboo for your type Is the very one So it will pay you to study cole Mitchell's Drug Store says Bu-
Society of the Methodist >r. a frock of another and hat and that will do pleasant surprising combinations and discover thoi kets Is a best seller.
Church will meet Monday afternoon -. iccessorles of still another unless things for your hair, your eyes or best suited) to your Individual r

May let at three-thirty hey all harmonize.And your skin. qulrements. Hardly any phase --" ......;._-'.."..-.'"
1 o'clock. Circle: number one will be don't stick to one color all 1 have often said that "Color Is beauty culture is more ImportaD
entertained by Mrs. A. F. Saul and our life Just because some one capable of creating an Impression and It is every woman's task I
Mrs. L. D. Green at the borne of mce said It was "your shade." of mystery or frankness, of dignity solve her own problem loathe prlaey ,

1 the.. former. Circle number two There Is nothing more! deadening to or frivolity It f'fI" make a woman of her own boudoir.

!\[ win- -be entertained by Mrs. E. -. MI18. A. W. ANDERSON derson, Mrs. R. E. Weaver, Mrs. bled and died, Is our cherished
!! Matthews and Mrs. Sam Anderson ENTERTAINS O. A. Wiggins, Mrs. E. M. Davis, herltage- -"From dying bands you
"t'' at the home of the former. Mrs. Nellie Martinez, Mrs. W. H. threw the torch-Be ours to holdIt
Andrews and Mrs. W. C. Manning high."
Mrs. A. W. Anderson
bridge Tuesday afternoon at her Some day, we shall meet beyond
I. EXECUTIVE BOARDTO home: I BAPTIST W. I'L U. MET the 'river-where falls no shadow, !

MEET : MONDAYThe lies no stain, where those who meet
, The large living room where .
shall part no more, and those long
.i contract bridge was enjoyed was:
The Executive Board
of the
business and parted' meet again.
regular program
' decorated with gladoll and
1Woman' prettily
Club of
Starke will meet i
. Wednesday morning at. ten o'clockat nasturtiums. At the close of the I 'meeting of the I, Baptist W. *-A Daughter of the Confederacy i 4i s r
the hostess served a tempting M. U. met at the church Monday The following program was presented -
: at the club building. All members game I I
afternoon with a good attendance. Mrs O. L. Beaaley first
salad to the
course players.
) are expected to be present. The guests were: Mrs. Sam An- Mrs A. M. Darby, president,, led vice-presMrnt.. of the chapter. pre-II
) tbe devotional reading from the siding: I II ,
---- --------- second chapter of John. Quartette r "Tenting To-night on
The Bible study topic,' "Begin- the Old Camp Ground"-Mr. L. O.I
115it. ning of Miracles," was ably ren- Powell, Mr. J. H. Powell, Mrs L.
I dered, followed by prayer by Mrs. O. Powell; Mrs. J. D. Doyle.

. There's something about G. W, Alderman. Memorial to Col. Weeks-Mrs. L.

The program was In charge' of C. Powell.

I Circle No. 1. with Mrs. J. H. Pitts Quartette: "Old Black Joe. D
Shopping at Rachels that as leader. The topic "Miracles in Address-Supt. L. F. Chapman.
Other Lands." Mrs. Pitts was assisted Benediction-Dr. G. H. Lowry.
(I} by Mrs..Mundy Mrs. Hutch- Boy Scouts assisted in decorat- jaLe .
Ings, Mrs. Priest and Mrs. R. A. ing the graves of soldiers of different '
Is the
Appealing to LadiesRachels Thomas. wars-bouquets of flowers H
Confederate and 1 \z.
laurel Wreaths
t The business meeting was con-
ducted by the president with re- United States flags were used for 0
.. o
ports from secretary treasurer and decorations. At Crosby Cemetery "
." several committees.A there areburied forty-eight Con-
: federate soldiers, six Federal twoSpanlabAmerlcan.llx
{ t' I call for help from the Red World War
.. Cross in sewing for a needy family
and thirteen Daughters of the Con-
: f was received and the Circles will .
/ *
do as requested. .
' ',. Mrs. Darby gave an Interesting CARD OF THANKS' +
;i' *** report''from the divisional. meeting sincere
We wish to express our .'
held In Gainesville. '
thanks and appreciation to ,our <
itl\4i _., ..; .j e g u I Circle No. 2 will-have charge of friends for their deeds of .
lei I IJ the program and flowers for the the illness and at
kindness during
church In May. Prayer 'by Mrs: .... .
and aunt
the death pf our sister
I Darby closed a most interestingand Mrs. Alice Humphrey.Mr. '. fir i. .

.'&. .. i iJ inspiring- meeting.. and Mrs, J. J. Jones, .
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register .5
f I CHAPMAN SPEAKSON -.... '. ..

/ II ni 55 I Ii 1 i (Continued-from page 1.)

I i'f gin I for this Memorial Service, today. FREE! I v ,.
formin ...... '''.t ...... ,
I For-Instead of a soldierly I .... >1 """'""-' ..
gray, listening with keenest in-

terest, to all that we have to say-

t we can only look away to the. silence Ladies :,, I $ Wide Event

t But of so a warm new-made was grave.his love for In order to in- I tore -.

.. .r" ,' 1 us, so keen his Interest in us, we introduce to you +I.-. ,. .. l
w can feel that his spirit hovers near something new, we I II

/ -we can almost see his quiet, gentle are giving away '. Starts Monday May 1st
smile of pleasure ; ,
i iI In 191:1.: 'we organized our Chapter one Woman's World ,

;: i Our new line of Dresses and lingerie -. of the United Daughters of the Pattern with each _i"

Confederacy, and because of our dollar's worth of Cohen Brothers Blue Ribbon Sale brings quality merchandise that
are only two of the interestingitems love and esteem for him we called :
I it "The W. T. Weeks Chapter... dress goods pur- was bought before the rising market. We firmly believe prices will

find in stock when We have been proud of our chapter chased at our
you'll you and proud of the one for whomit store on Friday, I never. again be) as, low. as NOW. Our Blue Ribbon Sale fulfills all!
always -
pay your next visit to Rachels.!. i I was gentle named., always Always approving.quiet, lie Saturday Monday the lubes of,a GOOD STORE. Plan to share the day-to-day activities

baa been our inspiration, he and and Tuesday.After I
.",, the other dear old 'men in gray. this intro- of our great _>

Everything is so fresh and differ-- Kent He loved his daughters and ,..(.t. >J.H .'
f I from time to time his gifts to us ductory offer the .,. *

looking, women say that it is- have been most appreciated. Even regular price of : 4.1 i b See Sunday's TimesUnion t|
in death he did not forget us, for -1 : .
\1 these patterns '
fcwt he left us a most generous gift .
really a delight to spend a ., But a gift of money was not all will-be 'ISc. Bet- .1 for: Eight Pages of Sale News 1 l lrd.
left He left
he us-- us memory. ter get yours
t hours around with "us.: &_
\ A memory of a straight and soldierly .- _
... .. I.. body. A memory,of patience, tlhile-they'refree. :\ ':_ .: ,i.. 011I Jr1,'.. ,". ""

1't I of quietness and peace-of service. .
!I Il
r + Such a long life, so full of use-' we know you will

fullot-a that it has left behind bo with
be pleased
room for regrets.He IPStbtt'fI'.1It
was pend!
''t father but gtimehow the soldier In goods,, too.Yours. .
rr -Oh,
to him wilt always predominent
l truly .r .
., men fcf gray, with hearts of gold,I ;
you have taught us to be brave In .l''dr I '' ga. czsoN ILL'e If LOB I D A '

Florida danger patient in trial\ and un- J. & R. STORE
Starke, daunted In defeat We shall cherish

your memory as long as we shall

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fltID."', APRIL 28, 1033 _, ... ,_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, SrAnK!:. FLORIDA PAOE Fn'. '
'_ _, -- -,-'- --------- ..__ ___00I ._ ---.. .. -.--_--__ -- ---,-- .. .. .. ., ,;
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wzszsasasK;'" ..... and daughter Margaret, were visitors ) for those weighing 3,000 pounds or United States This is .''' ,
I I project particularly ROUND AND SQUARE DANCE The custom of the Easter egg U

day. in Green Cove Springs Tues more. __ I I suited to such young men an ancient one, antedating. : Chrish!I '

many of whom have never yet had A round and square dance will bo tlanlty. .
Bits of Would Aid Railroad. 1 sponsored by the American Leg-
LEGISLATIVE an opportunity to work at a real
PROCEEDINGS One of the major bills of the ,
::: Job. In addition there will be selected Ion Auxiliary Friday night at the Fort Marion at $t. Augustine i
week introduced In the Senate by I a certain number of older Legion home. Muslo will be furnished Florida, is a monument of Spain'spast ;
(Continued from page 1.) Senator J. J. Fairish proposed to by the Orange Grove String
men, married or unmarried who glory.
I cal Nev1Our In whole or In part from taxation. amend the existing statutes to per- Band.
live in and near the parka and forests -
mit railroads in the state to
opera -Sr
who are unemployed, and who Native metal workers of Java y
ate motor vehicles for hire on state
Concerning People, Business and Asks Mortgage Moratorium highways effecting a terminal to have had actual experience in such )MRS. FUTCH APPOINTED use silver, gold and brass for band- I
Senator Watson, Miami, last work. They had a particular claimon some relief work.NAT .
m Progress of the County and Town.mn.lL.ll week Introduced in the state senate door delivery freight of freight truck and between to deliver this opportunity for employment At the recent meeting of the 6

a bill to authorize the governor -' points. by and will add much to the Grand Chapter of Florldi, Order

___asIC.l:: "" ""'' ''''It-''''''JI-JI..M..I1.''-----'-JL-JL-JL.'JL'JU.JL...JtJgaL......... '''.'....,.,.,...r'O'.:....."'.'.'..''.''"'""...0 moratoriums.The of Florida. to declare mortgage The obtain railroads a certificate would be from requiredto the efficiency 3. Why of First the Selection enterprise.I* Mode appointed Eastern Star.Grand Mrs. C.Instructor A. Futch was for SEZ:

J. S. Blitch spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand measure would allow the I State Railroad Commission and from LUt of Needy Unemployed. District Number Eight covering f

Bra Jacksonville.Mr <<: > Mrs. G. H. Meadle motored to chief executive to halt for a period would pay the same tax and mile- Names of eligible men are being se. chapters located at Lake Butler,
III There Is '
lected first from the lists of those a time and place for
Keystone Heights Sunday after not exceeding two years all age fees prescribed for Independent High Springs, Gainesville Haw-
now receiving relief. This procedure thorne Waldo and everything. The time has come
of Jacksonville noon. foreclosures on homes, farms and motor The bill Mlcanopy, ,
Richard companies.
Bob when I Just have to
essential business is being followed because! ((1)) Starke. run a I'm
Tuesday enterprises under would permit rail-
in Starke operation by not klddln'
WM The need of these families Is already you
certain conditions.
Richard Long has to Lake roads of vehicles
gone freight carrying a matter of verified record folks when I tell '
City where he has Among the conditions set out In from, between and within ; BROOKER TRUSTEESThe
employmentwith points
a recent visitor that I
Gray was ((2) In general these families are you am ) 1
Robert the U. S. Forestry Department the bill were that taxes were be- and territories served by such rail '
Gainesville. going to
here from that the those longest in need; (S) They are give ?
ing paid; property was roads. school trustees
not allowed to at the \ being depreciate elected at Brooker this week
of Tampa visited for work; and ((4)) Thfa were : this time ) ;z
Ralph McQueen through neglect; that whatever L. R. Waters W. H. Harrell T. D.
Starke Sunday.Mr Mrs. Dennis Lennon and Mr. and More ConHolldntlon( procedure avoids wholesale registration In the way of
friends in Mrs. Crenshaw of Eustis, spent the income was being received over An administration sponsoredbill and consequent Investigation Dyal. Brooker voted for a levy of values. r '
and above amounts needed for / )
past week with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. to consolidate the departmentsof which would be immensely expensive ten mills. -
G. Powell Insurance and
L. were taxes operatingcosts
and Mrs. Green. game and fresh water fish, the time-consuming and sure I'm not going }r S
I r
Jacksonville Tuesday. was being apportioned
visitors in the creditors basis.among shell fish commission, forestry and to result In disappointment for to hand you 11)
on a prorate )
Mrs. E. M. Johns returned Wed- the State Geological Survey was most of the new applicants. much<< of that d w It+,'.
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Knight spent nesday from Gainesville after reported favorably by the House AUCTION SALE tuff I'\'<' been f

Sunday In Milliard with relatives.Lem spending several days with Mrs. S. Constitutional Amendments Committee on Conservation. The SLOWNESS BOTHERS put tin' out the

T. pell.Miaa; The house of representatives has committee offered 1 an amendmentto NEW LAWMAKERS: heat tfvtwki.* bwuuwe I really
Brown of Sampson City, approved resolutions calling for eliminate the department of for \ Miuit to mention a few of my Special ,
business visitor here Tues- constitutional amendments to con estry from the consolidation.The ;: I Oil
was a << ItaliaMih I don't want
term: Belle Shepard and (Continued from page 1.) you
solidate the offices of county tax House Fisheries Committee to inlwn.HERE'S. .
day Miss Cleo Shepard of HIlliard, are nlngs are jammed with these committee I'
collector and tax assessor and to I reported unfavorably on a bill to
their sister, Mrs. C. A. sessions and most of the -
State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. visiting eliminate all but two justices of prevent sale of black bass. HouseholdFurniture (I
in Knight. work Is being done there preparing I A FEW OF THEM {
Tuesday Jackson and constable districts in
Crews spent peace for the big push on the floorsof __ ,i
each county. Hotel Men I'roteatRecommendations
ville. rr Misses Fenella and Louise Sny- The proposed amendments to of the Budget the two houses. -W. L. Douglas Shoes for men, ;$ r i

C H. Grant of St. Augustine der spent several days this week the state constitution are subjectto Board that the State Hotel Com- When the committees have completed reg. $3 values, $388.

spent Tuesday in Starke with rela with miss Lillian Garris In Jack- ratification by the voters at the mission be abolished and this work the big part of this work

tives. sonville. general electiln next year if they taken over by the State Board of the legislators will begin meeting -- -Mm's Trousers, Sport Style, a (f'
-- are approved by the senate and the Health did not meet with the approval mornings and afternoons and finally well nmke, Oic.Ruffled "

Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. Miss Lois Adkins Miss Lillian governor. of the Senate committee even at night and before Everything to -

U H. Hill spent Wednesday In Lake Sternberg and A. Z. Adkins Jr., considering two such bill and they long those who now think thingsare goes Curtain Sets, all colors '+ ) i

Butler. motored to Gainesville Tuesday were reported unfavorably. Hun- too slow will begin to think highest BidderSaturday 29c. r f ,
State I'ollce Force Urged too fast to follow.
afternoon. dreds of protests have been received they are moving -
A. F. Sauls of Sebring spentthe Senator W. A. MacWllliams St. from hotel men and others 60 Days Minimum -Illiie Serge Stilts, well tailored, i

week-end with his family in Geo. M. Raymond left Thursday ,Augustine, submitted a bill last urging that the present Hotel Com. Very few now anticipate a shorter -; $12.88. ;5

Starke.Mr. afternoon for London, Ontario week proposing the creation of a mission not be disturbed. session than 00 days, but many II
Canada after spending several State constabulary, providing a -- are hopeful that an extra session Men's Toys Panamas, $1 value," '
Owen Griffin cf St. Augustine weeks here. State police,,force of one superintendent MANY APPLY HERE I can be avoided. Indications are I May 6 08c. i I II.iulies

was in Starke one day last two assistants and not FOR RELIEF WORKIN that there will be no extra session -
week.J. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Newberryand morethan 80 men. The superintendent CIVILIAN CAMPS It the work continues to move as Silk Dresses newest 1

children have moved here from would be named by the smoothly as it has in the first three 2:30 p M. .styles, $1.88.Men's .
for a four year term, as (Continued from page 1.) :
J. Canova of Gainesville spent Jacksonville and are living on Lafayette weeks.A r
Washington, D. C., In reference to
would the police. Not more
Union 1
several days here during the past street. noticeable Improvement in the Suits 60c value u ;
three of the officers could, be named the selection of 250,000 men for 23c. "

taeek. ., from any one county. The depart- Emergency Conservation work. seriousness of purpose of the -. ;
Mr and Mrs. Johnnie Williams, membership in the elimination of
:Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. E. K. Mrs. Elmer /Lazone and ''Mr Vfcee ment, in addition to having full police vation 1. Purpose.Work Emergency the Conser- useless attaches, and in the gen- atMagnolia Children' Anklet' Sox, 8 t**
the State provides oppor- v4
throughout 10, Dc.
Perryman were in Jacksonville Allen of Jacksonville, were visitors powers eral atmosphere! of the session.It .
to build well to
would take over much of the inspection tunity men as as t
Monday. here Saturday. work of the State. The build trees. The Department of Is discouraging sometimes to -Ladles Silk Hose, Chiffon
superintendent would be paid $2- Labor Is trying to ensure selectionof sit through hours of debate on FishMarket p
Mr. and Mrs., Harry .Miner of Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson 400 the assistants $2,000 the 250,000 men who! are best such a bill as that to require rear ThKMt
annually are but u few of the | r
in Starke of Lawtey, spent Sunday with Mrs.Anderson's ninny
Jacksonville, were
view mirrors automobiles, but
each and the patrolmen $1,800. suited to this camp life and health- on bargain It n
Hill '
parents Mr, and Mrs. pay you'toUltl p
Thursday.Mr. ful out-of-door work In the forests, such occurrences are more or lens thin sale, 'J
W. J. .
Epperson.Mrs. and who will derive the greatest exceptional and veterans of past
and Mrs. Broward Lovell of Beer 11118 Right-of-Way benefits from it. sessions can see that the legislature!

Ocala, are guests of Mr.' and Mrs. C. A.. Knight returned Sun- Both houses of the legislaturehave 2. Who Are -Eligible. Selection,, has its machinery running even NAT
Saul. day from Macon Ga., where she held up consideration of such STARKE FLA. STERNBERGi
J. A. Is being made primarily from unemployed though some of Its working parts '
had spent sometime with her aunt major economic questions as bond unmarried men between are concealed, and that construc- i
: S. T Dell .of Gainesville Mrs C. C; Mathis. debt adjustment,'public school reorganization done. Starke '
Jtrs. and automobile tag 18 and 29, who-Kre citizens of the tive work actually being Florida'
of Mrs.
was the guest Tuesday

W.L. WalL, Mrs. R. F, Demorest, Mrs. J. costs; until after'final settlement :: -: .. -- --.-- -.. ,-..- --. ---'..- -::--- --".-. .--- .-- .. ... """""- -- .--.. -
,- C. Robinson and Miss Vera Claire of beer legislation. I

Mr. George W. Kenly and Miss Robinson motored to Gainesville Governor Sholtz said whatever I "
acts the legislature pass, will meet True Love 1
Genevieve Kenly were in. Gainesville Tuesday.afternoon.Mrs.
with his approval as long as they

Tuesday. C: H. Nasworthy and Mrs:! conform to the general Ideas he '

Mr. Joe Hill Williams at Lake B. Jacobs spent Wednesday and placed before the assembly in his FLOUR

Buter, was a business visitor In Thursday In Jacksonville visiting message to the legislature and in lip lop Grocery
Starke Monday. friends and relatives. specific bills. He repeated his
former statement that he I."trying"to 241bs.----59c

Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith of Mrs. R. O. Daniel Mrs. Jose cooperate not dictate.
Jacksonville, were visitors in phine Edwards and Russell Daniel The administration's debt fund- r'

Starke Thursday.A. of Sarasota, are spending this weekIn Ing commission bill which would 12Ibs.-----30
Starke with relatives. give the State Board of Adminis- '

J. Griffis and C. W., Larson tration authority to deal with STARKE FLORIDA APRIL 28TH & 29THTropic
bondholders, Is before both the
were in Tallahassee Tuesday attending Mrs. J. W. Kincaid left Thursdayfor 1'
to business. her home in Catlettsburg Ky., house and senate. This bill met
after a week's visit with her, sister with strong protests from city and : FLOUR

Miss Katie Bee Weeks of New- Mrs. O. L. Beasley.Mrs. county officials at the public committee.No hear-. Tomatoes Nut Ole Butter Ib. - 9c
held before a house
berry, was the guest :Monday of ng I Cole's Extra ;
Sauls and little action has been taken since the
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.. A. F. No. 2 cans ""I

Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville, spent granddaughter several days Audrey in Fernandina Bedley, I hearing.There are three automobile tag I Rice whole Grain 5 Ibs.15c I 24 Ibs. - 55ct

spent Tuesday with her mother this week with Mr. and Mrs. :Mad- bills before the legislature. The 4 for 25c ,
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee: drix. administration's bill, calling for licenses - '
to cost $5 and $10 for vehicles -

Guy Andrews of the University Representative C:C. Butler who weighing under 3,000 poundsand Best Irish Corned Beef 2 cans 25c Best White $ '

of Florida spent the week-end atM spent the week-end at his home in an additional seventy cents per ,
the western part of the county, hundredweight for all private vehicles
home in New River.
was a visitor in Starke Saturday weighing over 3,000 pounds.A PotatoeslOlbs. Bacon pound 8c''

Mrs. O. L. Haynes,' Miss Hope afternoon.Mrs. a senate flat license substitute rate bill of providesfor $5, $10 Coca Hard Water Soap, 4 for l lOc ,

Haynes, and Mrs. E. S. Matthewswere .. 17c
which a greater reduction -
returned to and $15 gives
In J. W. Carleton .
Jacksonville<<: Monday.Mrs. .
her home in Jacksonville Monday In tag costs for.cars weigh- and Powder 1 10 for 25c Lard 4 lbs. 28c
ing over 3.00O pounds. Soap -
A. M. Richard spent the after a visit of several days with - -
A third bill calls for a flat license -
week-end in Jacksonville with her her brother and sister-in-law. Pork and Beans -
daughter Mrs. K. B. Norman.Mrs. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. fee or $5 for cars weighing- 8;.

W H. Nollman of Sebring Mrs. George W. Kenly was In ing less than 3,000 pounds and $10 6cans25c Peanuts, No. 1 stock, lb. 5c Milk tall can 5c

spent the past week with her Tallahassee this week where she ,

mother Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrick.CENT' attended a meeting of educational 1.1
- committees before the House of THEATRESTARKE Bulk 1
Vinegar gallon 25c ti
Representatives and the Senate. Pure Coffee Salt pkg. 2c a

Mrs. D. C. Forehand and daughter -

Margaret of Albany Ga., and 2 lbs. .. -- 25c Flint River Syrup can15c
Miss Flora Bell Jackson of Bacon- PROGRAM KEG. APRIL 28TH qt. -1

__ ton, Ga., are guests of their sisters, Sugar 10 Ibs. 47c "c

LOST- -Large brown purse containing Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. FIlt-SAT., APRIL 28-29 SLICED PEACHES Ticeenie Weenie Peas Ao. 2 Can J5e '

$60-$15 in change and T. Long. "DEVIL IS DRIVING" Scans25c

$43 in bills. Between city hall Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons had Edmund Lowe, Wynne Gibson, -- ::- ,' :- -....:.... Brookfield Picnic

and back of my home. Reward week. Mr&ndMrs. James OlMMon' Lot Wilson, and .
their guests this

-FOR for return. Mrs. H. J. Sewell. lt- as Mrs.. E.Bob Chancy Cade Mrs.of Jacksonville R. C. Mansfield Dickie Also Moore Pineapple, Crushed Cheese, lb. -1 17 c Hamslb.10cLame x .,. a

White's SALE -- A variety of seedsat and children and Mrs. Minjon KRAZY KAT CARTOONAnd 3 for 25c )
Plee-Zing Store; peas Howell and children of Lake City. - jelJpnfe
corn beans also sorghum rice -- A Travelaugh MACARONI

peanuts, crotalaria melons Mrs. J. P. Greenway, who before CORN No. 2 Can QUALITY Weiners
cukes and squash. Poultry sup- Miss, Thelma ,
was *
1es. cups and crates. 4-21-2C her Snellgrove marriage of this city was visit- 51ON.-TUES.. MAY 1-8: 3 for: 25c 3foru----lOc
afternoon. "LUXURY LLN'ER"GEORGE -
here Monday
WANTED-stave and beading ing friends Pound9c
blocks Mr. and Mrs. Greenway are now BRENT, ZITA
$3.00 per cord cash, at
Starke Stave Mill. Also some making their home in Gainesville.She I JOIIANN ALICE WHITE

whole, used brick cleaned for was accompanied here by her i AlsoPAILUIOUNT SALMON Pound 25c Noodles 3f f or lOcHONEY Smoked Sausage r',' '.
_ale at $10.00 per thousand U. little son and two daughters. NEWS - -

STRAWBERRY! PLANTS Millions Mrs. T H. Davis. Mrs. James/I And Rudy Valle Melodies TaU canIOc l HOY SYRUP, Qt. .-.. u .. 2Uc 2 Ibs .. -- 25c
o* new land, true to name Shepard, Mrs. C. C. ,

disease free Missionary and Milliard, and Miss Evelyn Blanton Of I WED.-TIIURS., MAY S4HAKOJtO GRAPE JUICE, Pt. __ u _..- _ 15c r
Blakemore at $2.00 per 1000. L of Columbus, Ga., were guests i
**. H. Fletcher, of Crystal Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight Mon. HANDLE" MEAL AND GRITS Sliced
Springs was enroute tOol JAMES CAONEY AND GOOD BROOMS, each 15c \
Fla., says % received day. Mrs. Shepard ------------ --- ---
the 7,000 Missionary and I want :Macon Ga., to be with her sister- AlARY:BRIAN :' f.,

to commend.." Catalog your free.efficient Write to'service C.- very in-law.IlL Mrs./C.*:" C. Mathis who Is Also' 10 Ibs. 19c Tuna Fish - 15c-PlcklesQt. --- --- 15c I Bacon, lb. 15c )i .3. .\\r,

8. Perdue, Box F, Showell, Md.4- A MERRD3- -: -MELODY- I I J' .I-E : '! It'J
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;.; to each gallon of leas than half of the plant
-.- blespoonful food,.
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'I ter.. If one-half of one. wa-1 nitrogen, phosphorus and potash_
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ] 1 CANNING HELPS m'I-'I penetrol, or some equally I removed from the soil by the crop\
used to feed the
spreader, is used about half as animals It
Home Demonstration |l ,. _._ ... _,_ the
Weekly from ------- -- n. '" much JB'ack Leaf 40.will be needed.In manure was not properly handled

P FARMERS SECTION [ Specialist, Tallahassee J I, __ By Isabella S. Thursby, the fruits of the earth does not applying this spray, good pressure the lose of these plant food
justify our wasting them. is needed to force it into the through leaching would render
(Extension Economist in Food almost valueless.
places of the thripa. It
Waste Is an evil wherever it occurs hiding
Conducted by Demonstration Agents Combination Marmalade Conservation) and much of our scientific should be repeated weekly aa long With the waning supply 0, stable

To make combination marmalade Home canning Is the process of effort of this age has been directed as thrlps threaten the roses. manure farmers have turned to the
use fruit in the proportion of one heat solution of the waste -. practice of plowing under ......
__ ._...........c .._ __ ,_,,_ ._ .... ____ preserving food by means of toward a crops of clover, etc.- to -- .. ee
--- --- --- .. orange, one grapefruit, and one and air-tight containers so that problem. In this matter of surplus IIORSELESS FARMSARE supply 1 or.
j \ lemon. the product will be as nearly like foods, the solution Is simple, ON INCREASE ganlc matter to the soil, Recent

FARMER IS APPLYING Wash and run the fruit through the freshly cooked food as pos and found right In our midst experiments have shown that Such

|): MORE TO INTELLIGENCE HIS OPERATIONS WRUF FARM PROGRAM"The a food chopper, add three times the sible., So far as is known at present home canning of fruits, vegetablesand Horseless farms are increasing plowing under of a good green ma.

Vo)- of Florida" bulk of water; boll for 15 minutes the value of canned fruits meats, for use when these products In the United States. In the past nuro crop Is equivalent to fitteQ
tons of stable
and let stand over night Next and vegetables as sources of the cannot be had fresh. fifteen years the number of horseson manure In plant food
(By Spuds Johnson) morning boil for 15 minutes or until much needed salts and certain. other Few realize the great service farms has been cut In two, according and organic matter.
i Poking fun at the farmer" who peel Is tender and let stand rood'materials in approximately that canned food has rendered the to an announcement of the By properly rotating truck and

was considered a "hayseed, form- Gainesville, Fla. Radio talks again. When cold, measure pint equal to that of the frsshly :hooked human race. In the congested sections service division of a well-known' other crops so that a green manure

>rly was the pastime of the city about important Florida farm for' pint of sugar and cook over a fruits and vegetables. of the great cities where chemical company, one of the crop can be grown once every three

"wise guy". The old order has problema will be given at noon rapid fire until Jelly stage Is reached I Juicy hearts from grapefruits, thousands live on a city block, unless world's largest manufacturer of years or oftener the organic matter .

:'changed, however, and the farmer each day next week on the Florida (220 degrees F.). A variation crisp, young tender beans, fresh! : food could be secured in con fertilizers. In the cities the horse supply of the soil can be main-

.or grower is now able to hold Farm Hour from WRUF by Collegeof may be made in this by adding, preens, luscious berries, ripe figs 'densed and concentrated forms, population has shown an even talned, continues the service dlvig.

his own In any discussions where Agriculture workers according when sugar is added, one cup of and other fine fruit, gathered when proper feeding would be impossible larger shrinkage. The total horse Ion bulletin. The large number of
things of real worth are mention to the following schedule: boiled Makes Stride __ cover, catch and
grated pineapple previously too aboundant for Immediate use Canning population of the country shows a green manure
ed. He may not be able to do society Sat., Apr. 29-Florida Farm for 5 minutes. and properly canned, mean not onlya In the day when an automobiletrip I'decline of 20,000,000.At crops for any particular region

In blue book style,himself'tis true, News and Hints. Editorial Snap. Orange ButterA saving to the family but a across the continent is a common one time the farmer dependedvery make It possible to choose one that
,:but he can take care of and shots most delicious'and wholesome greater measure of health for those occurence, and when men largely upon horses not onlyto will fit the rotation. Slight alterations .

,,politics, purchasing, farming who conoid-, Mon., May 1-The Importance of "spread" similar to apple butter who eat them. In,1932, 3,898 women think nothing of a voyage to the perform much of the mechanical In the rotation such aa the

''life generally. Those mark an Honest Dollar-Dr. Marvin A. may be made from oranges. It and .,020H club girls madea frozen regions of the north, or to work on the farm, but also to growing of an early harvested crop
er him a gullible easy quite Brooker. Important Developments spreads better than most marmalade specialty of home canning under the torrid Jungles of the south, supply fertilizer for the crops. once In the rotation offers a green

often receive a rude farmer's awakening.better In Citrus Rust Mite and White. and Is not so sweet. Use only the direction of Florida. home demonstration canned foods are a necessity. When a load of hay was taken into manure crop opportunity
of the
Evidences fly Control-E. F. DeBusk. II- fine quality fruits. agents. Commercial canning' has made I town, the farmers would return -
;;grasp of things in general are on Tues. 2-May Farm' Jobs Solve marvelous strides in recent
May/" Depression Problem Foreign TradeDeemsp
all sides. At the recent meeting To make, wash fruit thoroughly. with a load of stable manure. Even decline
and How to Do Them-J. Francis Raising and canning one's own It is working more and year.1 of 23: per cent in the volume
of the State Horticultural Society Remove any blemish spots, stem- the dead horses, which totaled several and
In Lake Wales asked most Cooper. Farm Question Box. end and core, and seed Then cut food offers the solution to the so- wards grade and quality million in the Unted States 33 per cent in the value of shipments .

Intelligent questions growers add made enlightening Wed., May 3-hieuges for FlorIda Into thin slices, or better still, put called depression problem In the packing only the best that the field ; each year, were rendered to produce to foreign countries, the

comments. At almost Harold Mowry. Control of through: food chopper, using fine majority of rural homes, not onlyIn can produce. animal tankage which was United States; was the world
meeting of farmers or grow. Insects[ on- Bulbs In Storage-J. R.. blade. Cover with water and cook Florida but In all sections of the Home canning In the selectionof an important source of nitrogenand leading nation in 1932.:
any .Watson. United States. And In Florida, as products and methods of work
'I ers, the man who doesn't know product is tender. This usually phosphoric acid. This source
i Thurs., May 4 Planning the hours. well as elsewhere, an especial appeal also is now done according to scientific
his stuff and Is trying to lead the takes several For a of supply of manure from cities Retail Trade Definitely Improved .
,) discussions soon finds himself in Cattle Feed Supply- W. J. Sheely. perfectly smooth product, put is made at this time for every principles. Inventive genius l is rapidly disappearing: in most large centers. This
hot water. The salesman who would Florida'' Plants Poisonous to Live through dilver or fruit press. one to plant a garden that Is large has contributed greatly to its success But agricultural experts now say has been due partly to Easter-

MIL to the grower, from gold bricks stock-Erdman West. How Jefferson Add granulated sugar, using enough to yield a surplus which in devising utensils and cbn- that the horse was greatly overestimated I seasonal-buying, partly to what
,' County Farmers Grow and half the of tbe fruit maybe canned for future use on alners; of the efficient.type. of naturalfertilizers. Is
,on up, must now show that he has only weight as a source apparently a new "spending at.
an ,article of merit, or he Is apt Cure Roughage-E. H. Flnlayson. taken; that is for each pound of the home table. Next week: Budgets In Home Manure from horsesand titude" on the part of a public with
; to meet a cold reception. Fri., May 5-The Importance of fruit cooked, half pound of sugarIs Such a program Is not only Canning. livestock returns to the soil renewed confidence.
r Many things have conspired to the Poultry Industry to Florida- added. Cook the mixture rapid. sound and economical but means ---
about. The farmer reads Norman R. Mehrbof. ly, heavy aluminum, kettle, stirring that families will actually fare CHECK TIIRlPS.DAMAGE 1
bring this
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n n more abundantly than In the era ON I
:both newspapers and farm papers I carefuUy until a small sample when ROSES BY SPRAYING Wake Up Your Liver Bile
-Stand( keeps himself Informed of LEGUME CROPS SHOULD cooled, has the desired consistency of prosperity. An ideal supply of WITH BLACK LEAF 40

i.<.events of the day. He reads bulleK : BE PLANTED IN CORN, I usually beyond the jellying point.. home canned products includes all -
DISTRICT AGENT SAYS Chiffon Lime Tie the fruits, vegetables and meat Gainesville, Fla. To control
tins: on. subjects In which he Is Interested I
1 the family needs in addition to the thrips on roses with Black -Without CalomelAnd
and keeps abreast of developments -' Mix 1 can condensed milk, 1-1 spray
fresh food on
:.' In his fields. He attends Gainesville, Fla. Some legume cupful evaporated milk, 8 eggs hand. Leaf 40. That's the suggestion
to his fresh strained lime Indications are that the extensive J. R. Watson, head of the Depart.
V\ meetings relating crop should be planted In every 1-3 cupful U this btU b Dot flowlnc bwly.your foot
I work, both those on. the order off acre of corn In Florida, says J. Lee juice., home canning campaign started in ment of Entomology at the Florida You1l1ump Out of Bed 4_', dlcvt. It jurt dears la tt.bomb.

; State Horticultural Society and Smith, district agent with the Butter a frying pan and sprinkle 1932 will be waged on an even Experiment Station, gives for In the Morning Rarin to Go Gu bloats np TOOT tomsch.. Yon !kin >
-county and community meetings Florida :Agricultural Extension 1-4 inch of graham cracker crumbsIn greater scale this year, as partof stopping these yellowish, flea-like thick.bad lute ud you tnwtb li. foal. nth

planned' by the county agent and Service. it, pressing them up on the the rapidly spreading "liveathome" Insects from marring the beauty ot If you feel sour and sunk and the ease btMk oat la M-Uh.. Tom, h.icbM '

'4, otherll. Iia talks with his county Legumes, he stated, furnish a sides. Pour In the custard mixture, movement. the rose garden. world looks punk,don't swallow a lot and roe M don u -agent and< other Extension work home for friendly bacteria that entrap uncooked and cover with a meringue Peasant Would Be Pained Thrlps cause the roses not to of salts, mineral water, oil, laxative q.tnhp. ...4.
ers. Experiment Station Investigators nitrogen and add vegetable made by using 3 egg whites It the average European peasant open properly. They appear shriveled candy or chewing gum and expect: IttakMtboMcaodaUCAIlTKirSIJTTULITER
and other farmers. He ob- matter to the soil, as well as furnish and 3 tablespoonfuls of sugar. could walk through the green and and dried up. The first measure them to make you suddenly sweet : PILLS totttiM two poaubofbteflowlnt

F.5 serves what is happening on other feed of commercial value. Peanuts Brown In a moderate 'oven and let fertile fields of Florida and see the of control Is to pick all such and buoyant and full of sunshine. tn+j..d.*...you IMl"up tat off

'..',farms as he travels about the cowpeas, velvet beans, beg- set one hour before serving. Serves heavily lade groves, orchards and roses and burn or bury them. It is For they can't do it. They only Th.r _tala wuuUrfol. bunlM, pat!*

.. county or the state. He Interpretsthe garweed, soybeans, and Crotalarlaare 6.-Recipe by Mrs. Mabel McClan- flourishing truck areas, he wouldbe also advisable to mow all blossom move the bowels) and a,mere movement nrttifc't_tneta.... *.-t.1""" *"".I.enkleg Ie
happenings on. his own farm, the principal ones being used ahan. pained at our flagrant waste. ing weeds In the vicinity. doesn't get at the cause. The UM bU.Bow IMy.
and profits by them. Local conditions and use will de.I To the) European, used to cramped Mr. Watson suggests that the reason for your down-and-out feeling Bat doa't uk lor a..pUb.Ak lot CLlttU '.

That his Increased knowledge termine the one that Is best suitedto ANTHRACNOSE TOLL ON areas and real want, waste of foodIs spray be made to a strength of one is your liver. It should pour out two Umr OTta.Look far..._Cartar'1
one of the unforgivable sins. The part Black Leaf 40 to 790 parts of of bile into bowels label R t
H stands him in good stead Is evl- a given farm. MELON: CROP CHECKED pounds liquid ;your Little U-nr nil M th ml s
I blessing of an over-abundance of water. This wltl be about :..
r, denced by the fact that he Is producing Mr. Smith states that he knowsof WITH SPRAY OR DUST one ta daily. eaUd &&e..u 0ItU.C.U.c

'.'r crops much more economically no better way to winter the 14 .....
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than In past years, and Is head of cattle on the average North Leesburg, Fla.-The 10 to 25 per --
able to stay In business when his Florida farm than a field of velvet cent toll that anthracnose takes on I
'J products are bringing the lowest beans and corn. The beans will the Florida watermelon crop can

f prices that some of them have stay In the field well without rot be greatly lessened by repeated and -

brought in 60 or 100 years. ting and make splendid late hog thorough applications of copper-
fattening feed. As for soybeans, lime duet or bordeaux spray, ac-
CORNELL PROFESSOR they may be cut for bay in which cording to Dr. M. N. Walker, watermelon The Comforts the
SURVEYS COOPERATIVE case Crotalarla or beggarweed! disease investigator at

; v (MARKETING IN FLORIDA should< be grown for soil Improve the Florida Experiment Station
ment. laboratory hero.
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One Jon of cowpeas will add nitrogen The fungus spores that cause .
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Gainesville Fla. Dr. M. P.
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equivalent to 244 pounds of this disease may be Introduced with
I"c Rasmuasen, professor of marketIng nitrate of soda, velvet beans 290 the seed at planting time or they

at Cornell University, has Just pounds, beggarweed 178 pounds, may be carried Into the Aeld by the American
concluded week's In FlorIda Homeof
'r a study and Crotalarla 322 pounds, he ex wind or on diseased wild plants, he
y In which he secured opinions
plalned. says. The first symptoms of the
''f1.\ of Florida cooperative associations I .
disease usually are the occurrenceof
the National Fruit and
,regarding, Clothes of dark and cool colors small, brownish spots on the I
Vegetable He Is
< Exchange. making
like blues, grays, and greens make leaves. These spots enlarge and
l a national survey in an endeavor .
large people smaller. become almost black. The tissueIs
: '" to ent find organisation the weaknesses and obtain of the pres-suggeations protein killed, and when the spots are It is a well-known fact that, home for home, the American -
Milk numerous the entire Mfaf usually
for Improving this nation. supplies the I

4.d al marketing group.Associations known to nature.-Dr. Walter H. dies.The young melons are also ,af household has more comforts and conveniences than
Eddy '
l' contacted on his fected. More or less sunken spots
j! :Florida trip Included the Citrus Exchange appear on the rind, and are especially that of any other nation.
t. Sanford-Oviedo Truck If baked< potatoes are silt or destructive In transit. i .
Growers Association, Standard pricked as soon as they are cooked,
not to be When the foliage is badly killed In foreign lands the modernized dwelling is found only
Growers of Sanford, Manatee they are likely soggy. melons are exposed to the sun and ,

j ,County Growers Association, Hastings are often injured by burning. Considering ,-
in the
Potato Association, and the The United States turns out one. all of these damages, an- better sections of the larger cities.

State Marketing Bureau. He was third of the world's total output of thracnose causes more loss: to Florida ,I I r

accompanied on his Florida trip leather.the melons than al lother diseases In America in
by M. C. Gay of the Federal Farm combined, he explains.The even remote rural districts, you find the

Board and D. E. Timmons of the first step in the prevention
radio the
.State Agricultural Extension Ser study, making contact with of anthracnose Is seed disinfection. vaccum cleaner, washing machines, up-to-date
I vice. Mr. Timmons will continue other organization I Dr Walker believes spraying is

most' effective In controlling it on I heating systems, telephones and numberless labor-saving

:; And the Worst is Yet to ComeI the equally leaves while effective dusting In protecting has proven appliances. Ii

::. ; the melons.
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The usual spray is a 4-4-50 bordeaux
t mixture. The dust most generally There is a well-kept look about residence, store or outbuildings -

used Is a 20-80 copper-lime ,
I:! dust. It can be made by mixing 't.. with an atmosphere of prosperity and content. 4
20 pounds of mono-hydrated cop.
per 'sulfate and 80 pounds of hydrated
M lime. With either the dust Did you ever stop to realize'why this is so; how this

or spray it is necessary to cover
the plant completely. The first application ." condition, was brought about?
T..r should be made about the ,
y .
time the vines begin to run. the -
second when the melons have set, It is largely due to advertising. And a big share of the

and the third about two weeks .
I later. One or two more applications '. credit belongs to newspaper advertising.

should be made If the weather .

I s Anthracnose is particularly and wet.other melon ; Stop and think how many of the foods you eat, the

.; diseases are discussed In Experiment

1 Station bulletin 223, and free things you wear and other articles entering into your ev-

copies are available for growers. .
b It ery-day life, you first heard of through adver-
Rayon production In Japan In the ,newspaper
4 -1 ..
.. first eight months of 1932 was 40.- tisements.

1 444.60O pounds, a gain of 35: per .,
at cent over the same period of 1931.

You will then realize what a part they do play or
A machine enables paperhangers ,

(I to place wallpaper smoothly '., should play, in your daily life.
and quickly by a roller method
tlt has been developed In Great
Britlaa. I Read the advertisements in the newspapers regularly

Turkey's export figures Indicate and thoroughly if '
..as.. hM.t.Wlgaa rb that canaries are merrily chirpingall I you are not already doing so. They
d over the world despite the
mean more to than
times. One port In a single month you you can tell.
shipped 40,000 bags of canary seed. ;, __

'" Italy has lifted its ban on girl ;

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==- dItILJ damps. They have narrow, rag charge. people see for themselves. different widths to each, size are to \'1be

c ::; I- BOB JGKZ5 ged tires and their crazy enginesand The simplest way to destroy two Thanks very much. used In the British army.

: loose rods and nuts, through of these evils-bootlegging and '.''''by I Favor Bpcr" I .

;.- : vibration act like a battery of drunkenness-would be to enforcethe When w&a the burden of taxation I

HW. hammers as they wobble along prohibition law and good citizens shifted? II I At the autumn sample fair Zn,

OMMENTS tending to destroy the cohesion of would respect the constitution Or any other load from the poor Leipzig, uermany were 711 exhibitora ..
unto fa* .Ii&ht UfO pith.! -Ptala. 119JOS.
T ard is lamp > T
Tb, !! ON the broken stone pavement. But because whiskey or alcohol man lifted? of household< and kitchen|

:::; nf31t. A& :Hrfous teaching, doctrine or HERE ANDHEREAFTER happily. behind them come heavy unlawfully sold la responsible for Isn't It the poor man who pays the equipment.

6W "" 1t creed, U they are to( have any claim trucks which restore cohesion by the two evils named. rent

*P? .Mnmof Jesus the Christ whose word fit Into every fold and crevice like road rollers. and enforce the law will destroy every cent?

of whom it wa laid in John 7i46 "NEVER MAN his of beer'Don't
So why deny him glass
f he human heartiland ." I stood on the steps of a Museum That heavy trucks are not hardon these evils. Not absolutely, I By Purification
think that he's entitledto
eUKE In the city of Cairo Egypt, pavements can well be provenby of course becouse no law on our you ,

.. af Bradford and Union eoontles are Invited to osei this de My guide was an Intelligent Mo( the brick streets of Starke statute books is enforced 100 percent a bit of cheer Any physlelnn will tell you that ;
F**W. of church svctlvltte organizations sad annonae*> now seventeen old. These The rich don't care if we sink or "J'erfcet I'tirinoatlon of the Srftrm
t for new hammedan. He said to me, "Doc years No, not one.
madtbe is Nature's foundation jf
.rt and no charge only requirement swim
:Spaee freely: given tor before you leave the city I pavements are of very cheap construction This Is clear sunbeam to
JII II Items reach thla office before Wednesday: morning as as a For high taxation doesn't worry Perfect Health. Wily not rid ;
the$ ach should like to take into a mu- the bricks being laid on onwho at has "brains chronic '
*'! cannot be handled for current Issue. you any least him. yourself of ailments tbst'are
...._.w..tll e they seum and show you statues that the bare sand, not cemented together enough to grease a gimlet." Therefore undermining your vitality
When a new tax law has been
1AWTEY CHURCH UUUA'.a.V.aY: will tell you the story of Egyptian and having crowns of in- none but those afflicted witha I Purify your entire system by takJ'Kg

.- 1. depravity thousands of years ago." suflticent rise. Along Call street case of wet psychology or in- put through to'I I a thorough course of Cafotabe.ncn &'

II SUNDAY 80IIOOI. I II First Baptist Church I replied, "I do not wish to see the pavement Is very wide. Yet in fluenced by paid for propaganda, He shifts the burden right back -' or twice a week fo- severajweeksand !

LESSON I II those statues of spite of the heavy trucks constantly you. see. how Nature rewards -
perversity. Tve would thlak for even a momentof
I Hev. L. F. Chapln pastor. The rich man gets what he wantsto with health.Cnlotahs .
I passing over it. It Is still In you
first and been to Rome and in the midst of charging a law for being "re
-- services
Preaching drink.Regardless
the blood
condition. purify by activating -
I good True there are
the crumbled ruins of that civilization sponsible" for that which It was en-
third 11 and 7:30 of what the kidneys, stomach
Sundays a. to. p. we say or
JesuS Sets New Standard m. there were statues of per- some sunken spots In places, but acted to prohibit, and which must think. and bowels IIvcori io eta. and 33 Ms.

subject versity. I have been to Athens they are caused from settling along be done in wllfull flagrant violation J'IA.'klljtes.11 dealers. Adv.
( ) ,
of Living. Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- I don't know why any man can'tsee
would II and in the midst of the wreck and pipe lines quicksand pockets of said! law.
Golden Text: "And as ye wood supt. ruin of Athenian culture there beneath. Before motor carriageswere SChEDULE CHANGED ".
men should do to you, do ye Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed- were ever dreamed of similar sub- To Illustrate: Take a man afflicted What a help a tax on beer will be -
statues of
that likewise." Luke 6:31.essOfl : nesday.B. perversity. This city of with a case of theft psychology For the man who has money III ,
JM to them Cairo is built upon the ruins of other sidences took place on our streets. i No. 1, southbound limited due II
10:1321.Peloubet's and let him read of an
i Text: Mark Y. P. IT. 6:30 p. m. Sunday. Quicksand when saturated runs going to buy, (\
cities whose inhabitants Starke 10:08 m.
Notes were so account of theft and : p.
an enormous
Sunday School Perhaps more beer than you or I.
wicked that God wouldn't let them like water, treating cavities Into I No. 11, southbound local due :. "
introduction to the lesson Grace M. E. Church watch him throw up his hands and So It isn't any use to wiggle ,.
this which the bricks sink. Across
live. Then I America. Starke, 9:17: a. m.
gives of A. D. 29, whenLord's thought of cry: "Oh! \\'hat U. our country around 1

: in November made it neces- Rev. W. Christy, pastor. On the walls of public build- Temple avenue at Smith's corner coming toT The law against theftIs Or cut up like a circus clown I r No. 107. southbound due ;
Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat a part of the p has been Starke 10:07
our Ings In this country will find : a. m.
leave Galtlee he you a failure. It cannot be enforced.The For the great majority has decreed 1
nary for him to death 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. the same statues of perversity and sunken for years. Trucks? Not at whole and cannot No.2, northbound limited, due :, ,

foresaw that his sacrificial Prayer service Wednesday 7:3: ( the same pictures of depravity that all. A gutter was put there Insteadof enforce "army must navy the Starke 6:03: a. m. ,]
at the net pass- It "We repeal That good old beer Is what we
take place In. a conduit. Leaves choking up northbound local due 3 I
1 should he spend theintervening p. you will find among the ruins\of law prohibiting theft. It is being need. No. 12 ,
over. Where months Peraea Sunday school 10 a. m., :Mrs. nations that God destroyed. the passage for water farther west, violated so incessantly that It Is -Lieut. Yancey S. Williams II Starke, 3:17: p. m. .1

five Mary Moore supt It pounded up In this gutter until No.108 northbound limited due
from the Jab- going to break down respect for all Carlisle Military School / 'il I
neiJ to extend League 6:SO m. Sunday. it could sink between the bricks, .Starke 6:11: m.Starke .
was north to the Arnon on p. God Is under no obligation to law, unless, It is repealed or modi. liamberg South Caroll p. '!:
bok on the I and taking sand along with it, the and Wunitfw" BrunchNo. '
within this region America. A nation has no right to fled so that at least, a reason
i the south, and ministry Fraternal live unless it lives right. The dust I, bricks settled. The crossing still able amount of stealing maybe per S 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a m., |1, ,
the good enough, although nineteen of Germany has set aside $. .4j10,-
probably No. 102 arrives 3:40: p. m.
1 conducted.Luke Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. & A. of the centuries blows over the mitted. ( I I'f'
was trucks 000 for the Improvements of highways
twenty passing
of Jesus our account of the M., meets at city hall building 1st bones of dead nations who lived every "Besides, there Is no use In buck. t '
us Starke It whereas waterways and farmer amelorlations.
gives through use ; ,
events of this ministry up to the and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. like we have begun to live. had the trucks caused the settling Ing fixed habits, and old human T. J. Griffin Agent i 'j
included T. T. Blackburn W. M. Cloning of Malls M:
They nature with Iron-clad prohibitions. i
time of our lesson. the bricks would by now have I
sending forth of seventy disciples O..J. Phillips. Secy. America has done in a few years ground to pieces. The same stateof Different people have different radio station South |1 p .' 1
i the A new broadcasting
a Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00: n !
evangelists It Inclinations and
travelling ; what has taken other nations tastes. complexes.
as I things can be seen near the in Daventry. England. Is expected -
discourses especially the'glorious I TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH centuries to do. America has put "Some people always will steal. Lm. iv\ '
where water has
many rich postofClce to serve all the British Do- '
1 the good Samaritan of her They are built that Therefore Train No. 107 letters, special davl
parables of i a big percentage population allowed to stand next to the curb I way. ninoins and Colonies.
the great supper, the lost Services will be held Saturday in the cities. We have In those where no trucks I am opposed to the prohibition of livery ,and special handling 1O:0G1J (
ever pass.
i the lost piece of silver the before the third Sunday of each cities some of the same elementsof I theft. It Just cannot be enforced. a. m. \f '
sheep, brick 1
Though our pavementshave I
(the crown of all the month. degeneracy and decay which But I am in favor of regulatingtheft. NOTICU) North
prodigal the unjust steward the D. L. Phillips Pastor.A wrecked Rome and destroyed proven serviceable, the crushed -, Say, something like they Train No. 12, parcel post and \,3' {
). In the United State District Court
parables of state
our f'i
and Lazarus the Phariseeand Greece and sent to hell other nations regulated the sale of whiskey In Southern District of Florida.' In letters 2:00: p. m. ;
I rich man writer on the lesson says: "Go roads are far superior in construction. Case No. 440*. Train No. 108 Letters special '4
Also the chief. 'who at one time were good old saloon days, via: Flr.t.pass tlankruptey.
the publican. sell whatsoever thou hast and giveto I For they present a solid In lie: Joseph Lewis Harrell, hank- delivery and special handling 0:l0 :'J !1
law theft
Lord's miracles the raising erful. a forbidding any on rupt of twtey, Florida, In the
of our the Our Lord was not and not disconnected
poor. connected, felted mass -
county of Bradford. m. ;
which Sunday. Second, pass one forbidding p.
i of Lazarus, to accomplish laying down a precept for all men units like brick, held to NoUeaIe hereby given that the Night mails close at 6:00 ;m.-
I his life by returningto anyone from stealing from one abova named bankrupt won was ad- p.
risked "The plowing of the wicked is
Christ most suitablethat for this one man. He was testing each other only through friction. who has been habltunUy stolen ludluated on December 17 1911, has Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.: 'i'
It Is )
Bethany him, but Christ's test for us mightbe sin. I was surprised to find that While It Is wise to prohibit trucks from. lied application for d I.ch..rlfrom train No. 2, North 0:09: a. m.
Lord's clearest and most statement in the Book of Proverbs. all debt provable against said bankrupt
our something quite different. above certain weight from using '
euch excepted by Starke and Bell Branch-Train : $
child- except a. are ,
blessed teaching concerning Christ's disciples are not called This means that even the legitimate the brick streets, the well compacted Three, pass one forbidding any law from ouch dlxcharre and that anearlnc Mo. 101. mall closes 7:00 a. m., No. J
hood should come next In the account to leave the world literally work of a wicked man Is well drained highways; are thief from stealing from a minor ) will b* had before th. underpinned :
upon 41
102 arrives 2:40
: m.
14 18S3.at p.
him Kef era on May ,
thief catches
but, though living In it, to live sin. The reason Is plain. A wicked I safe for any present traffic. The but of course if a to o'clock A. M. at his office, Blue Du Schedules <
"And they brought young children man plow God's dirt. He cultivates with his clothes off and the first DOS Uraham huildInL Jacksonville
i above It. Our saviour not pray for asphalt coating must be renewed at effective Jan. 1 1932. .
should touch his 22nd and steals Florida, and all creditor and other Dally; ,: .
that he day of }
[ to him, God's soil. He depends upon year
to him that would
those nearest they Intervals of course, but that person In Interest are hereby notified Northbound 0:03 a. m., 1:60: p. I
them." Some of them were Infants, might be taken out of the world, God for sunshine and rain to makea be even if only ,light his suit he does not violate these to then and there .how cause If .
necessary 4:00 8:19 m.
the word used by Luke In his but he never stops to recognize prohibitory regulations. any they have, why the prayer of m.. : p. m., : p. :
as be delivered crop '
that roads.
but they might "Austin" cars used the
should not grant 0:34 12:34
said petitioner o* Southbound- a. m., : p. (.J
account Implies.. It was customary God. He plows for himself. And the man with the "theft
from the evil. The buses give convenient transportation ed.
m., 4:34: m., 12:00 am. .A
among the Jews for mothers to ask '" The sin of people who built It. "Go and the trucks whether psychology" continues "I want to Date Jacksonville, Florida, ,April p.
= Information $1Smith's
Tickets and
famous teachers to lay their hands PRESBYTERIAN to, let us build us a tower and a common carriers or private are be consistent therefore, I wantto 13. 1139. Service. Station next to;:
on the heads of their children and city," Is what they said. They Important. economic factors, repeal or modify every prohibition MORGAN P. JONES
bless them; and these women who should have .said., !"Go to, let us bringing" producHrttfom"every corner law that cannot be enforced fl.fer..in Bankruptcy.; courthouse. "'
from Jesus Services Sunday;*April'SOT"; as and not make a scape-goat of the 1
bad "received good build for God a tower and a city. of the country' to every corner. \

brought their children to him that follows: Had they built in that spirit the Don't penalize them simply to Volstead law and the 18th amend HAROLD C. WALL JVOTICHNotlrn

he should touch them, not simply 10 a. m. Sunday school. city would have stood. It is a sin please the interests they are competing ment, and I think I am consistent." INSURANCE I I. hereby given that It U

that they should touch him. 11 a. he m. Morning, worship sermon to build a city without recognizing with; they are the people's ., W. E. Daugherty. STA KE. FLORIDAStockfnsurance our the Intention Bouillon of to the apply Florida Legislature during ,

Then "his disciples rebuked those by pastor God. It is a sin to do legitimate friends; let us treat them like 6.- UaI, for the pitsiiag ot a

that brought them." The disciples 7 p. m. Christian :Endeavor. bulsnesa without having a'' proposed measure In the :"'iolt'
and their children Leader Helen Mersereau. Topic friends. Bamberg, S. C., April 18, 1933. Bradford bounty, Florida. a
pushed the mothers God-conscience. Yours truly low., to-wltl I ;\
because Jesus was so "Jesus Breaks with the Pharisee The Bradford County Telegraph An Act defining and relating to'J\
away H. E. Lagergrei
Sabbath." 9' Burial Association! licensing the J11
busy discussing Important ques- Starke, Florida. operation of lionel and Un..rtak141i
tions. 8 p. m. Evening worship song 1 cjji,1 Dear Sir: ing Jlu.I..."* In Until ,
Florid defining th* duties, power
"But when Jesus saw It, he was and sermon. SOME EVILS OF.PROHIBITION I am up here In South Carolina, ami authorities. vented under j.uoh -

much displeased, and said unto Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 where there Is so much talk about an act, prescribing for the) Inventing I>!1
of funds under I the saul act
them- suffer the little children p. m. Starke Fla., April 24, 1933. beer; so I have decided to write a and prentirltilniv pvnaltle. for the ) j

I come unto; me:and forbid: them not, Editor Telegraph. few lines entitled "Why I Favor violation of siu-ii act and providing ",
that the Insurance Commissioner of I
I for of such Is the kingdom of Dear Sir: Beer" Florida shall hair nuprvl>ton .p

I God. I RISING "Prohibition la responsible for I have had this put In two good thereof, and requiring the deposit i4 1;

I The ,children were humble and i ARE TRUCKS HARMFUL kidnapping, bootlegging, drunk. papers up here In South Carolina, ? with Florida the, certain insurance securltle Comrnlslonr* for the of ..,ij'4"

I their minds could easily receive the I Mr. n. M. Menu, C... eness and racketeering," so declared and as my home Is In Storks I performance of any contract or obligation \",

I teachings of Jesus. We must have I my '"wet" friend. Well t'a thought It a good Idea to have It a.entered defined Into by by this any act.Associations ';,

I a childlike heart to become a child I Starke, Fla., April 21, 1933 .. ,f
and Mrs. B. M. .s.k S's M---* "- -- llkJubmlu.d. "
Mr .
its H. M McRae, Editor Telegraph J. M.
I of God. A child ls dependent on h s. -
I for and care. McRae and little daughter Gwen Dear Sir: .-.... --5.------ ..... .C. C. UUTLBR ". ? i t.21lIt.II.IO.

I So parent those who protection accept and follow 'dolyn. ,attended church at Jacksonville Persons unacquainted with road 1 CAR GOING AT 40 MILES AN HOUR .. u.bIlh_ .7upsk ......... APPI.IOAT'i__:iW' ;, '

I Jesus must come wholly dependent Sunday. mechanics are prone. to believe .. i--. ....... en.a.IsIl NOTIGN von' IU.'IIAIUJID nV TIIM! ) AS AUMINISW

I Mrs. lcla Dunkley of Jacksonville what Interested parties tell them I IS LIKE FIRING OFF FIELD PIECE Th'Y en THATOM '
on him for salvation. .... I.v.... ....... ua....-
was) visiting :Mrs. Evelyn to the alleged Injury to the ai .. .. To Whom It Mar Concern '
] Jesus said "Verily I say unto as 5... ..' ...., .l.5 -. Notice I* hereby riven that th*
I you, whosoever shall not receivethe Crosby Sunday. roads, caused by heavy trucks, 1. .. ..... ,.. ....... tee 7.Tb. .. und.rlirnd n* Admtnlitrator of the .

little Miss Ida Burney of Jacksonville trailers and buses, and they bold Kiitat of William O. For.ythe. deceased h
kingdom of God as a ,
child he shall not enter therein.: spent the week-end with Mr. and that the weight of such motor carriages --- .turn b ....,. ....... ... theA.si ..& dlmiha.rH'ed, havlnv and fully performed and satisfactory hi. dallas. .>>,

I his arms, Mrs. L. Crawford. should be greatly reducedand a* administrator of the above laid ,
And In
took them
up estate will on the ISth day of June, ,
and Mrs. B. ;'
I put his hands upon them and bless Miss Allle Haraage that they should be heavily ma, apply to the County Judy., at ,

ed them." M. McRae were visiting friends at taxed for using the roads built by : :f'i SAVE JOHN RUSKW his office In Btarke, for final dinchare -

What shall it profit the parents, Brooker Thursday.A the taxpayers and so on. V ICAH BANDS; late a. administrator of said es (

if they become members of all the larp number of people of this On poorly constructed roads in J. A. hlayless :,14Uat.el

attended church at China to inundations, !. 'Administrator.
but section territories subject
card parties, and social clubs
weaken the moral and religious Grove Thursday night. heavy carriages will cause depressions ; your dealer NOTICPI

life of their children? Miss Rachel Silcox of Starke, in the water-logged subgrade IN TIIR NAME OP .TIIEI STATE CV. j
own Miss Lillian Kelly will not but such '\\i for new Premium FLORIDA I
The lesson then gives the parable was visiting while light ones ; It appaarlns- affidavit filed In ,I

of the rich young ruler. "There Sunday., roads are the exception, not the Catalog. More that certain cause now pending lathe "
rrt' Circuit Court. Ilradford County '
writer has seen, ,
I came one running and kneeled to rule. As far as Havana Florida, In Chancery, wherein William ,)
roads in Florida tobacco ; ; .
him, and asked him Good :Master, all the hard-surfaced I If. Fordham I* complainant
and well drained and Mary .1. Fordham I I. defendant j
well built
what shall I do that I may inherit are is now and the relief preyed for I. a\ .1Ivorc -
| eternal life? And Jesus said, Thou I HAMPTON -just like the state roads traversing *. and It appearingthat the :'"
this county-and can stand used In JOHNRUSKIN.maklng aid defendant I. ever the. age of "
Do -
i knowest the commandments Mia* Aa I'll.' ... Cor., trucks and '. twenty-one year and I* a nnn-reil-
not commit adultery Do not 1dU, 1 heavy traffic. The big dent of the Rtata of Florida I defend.ant' C I

Do false ______ buses, with their wide single or address being Child, Penney
not bear
Do not
steal distribute it the greatest vanla. that there I* no person or,,
witness Defraud 'not, Honour thy Mrs. O. L. Harrison and Mrs. or twin tires In good order pereon In the State of .Florida. the p

I father and mother. And be an- I p. B. Hunt were shopping In Jack- the weight over a wide surface. cigar value at Sc.'k' service panionally of process bind said upon defendant.whom would
know how to drive :
I iwered, all these have I observed 'sonville last Thursday.Mr. Their drivers It la therefore ordered that said
the size
from my youth. Then Jesus said and Mrs. O. Haynes and and keep well away from the less Smoke non-reeldent, defendant Mary J.
Fordham. I Ic hereby required to
and unfortified edges,
unto him lackest; Mrs. P. B. Hunt were the compacted prefer '
One thing thou daughter, you to the bill of complaint filed
go thy way, sell whatsoever thou guests of Mrs. Hunt's sister, Mrs. and they seldom put on brakes hard An automobile productive of a n energy, which If not controlled .4 In acid cause on or before the first
wheels to drag. Perfecto Extra or day of May Ill otherwise. the al.leretlon.
hast of Lake City, last enough for the continuously.has Immense potential destructive possibilities. These
and give to the poor and Q. V. Phillips of cclii. bill of ebmplmlnt
shalt have treasure In heaven; and Sunday. Wherever hard braking has scraped destructive possibilities In the case of a car weighing S.OOO pounds : PaN lll4. will be taken a* confessed by said

come take up the cross and follow Mrs. Robert's of Lake Butler out a streak In the pavement Its and traveling 40 miles an hour, or 09 feet a second are as great as defendant entered avalnet, and a her decree pro confano>> I;'

me. And he was sad at that spent the week-end with her mother narrowness invariably shows thatIt those which are released by theactual firing of a field gun of a- certain It l I.> further ordered that this order {1
made by a small vehicle. ba published erica. each week '..
was as illustrated 9NOW
saying and went away grieved; for Mrs. N. Wynn.Mr. for four coneeoutlva weak In the "'
the roads are
i be had great possessions. And and Mrs. A. L. and Mr. and At the edges Bradford County Telegraph a news. ,
Jesus how Cleveland Sullivan, all 01Theres weakest and the trouble begins People have become accustomedto from bitter experience that a mov- paper published and of ireneral circulation 5
: ealtlx unto Lie disciples, Mrs. last there. The timid or unskilled the use of an automobile. They I ing automobile In the hands ol la Bradford County, Flor .
hardly riches attended church Ida
shall that have &. MOM HAVANA
enter Into they of God? driver of a light car hugs the edges. regard It as something which most i many Is simply a modern adaptionof 1, This the list day of March till f.,

the kingdom Sunday.Mr. Florabelle close wobbling along. often witha anyone can manage with safety. the war chariot of old leavingIn A. J. THOMAS, f,
And the disciples were astonished Marvin and Miss Clerk of Circuit Court, '.
wheel or two on the shoulder, People are not familiar with the Its wake the dead and the In .. '
visiting Bradford Fl
i at his words. But Jesus salth unto Birt. of AJachua county, were -'sri 4; County, \
bumping against the rim of the handling of a field gun. They regard :jured. mi PARKS If. CARM1CHABI '.
i them Children, how bard la It for here last Sunday. Hollcltor. for Complainant.
i them that trust In riches to enter J. P. Roberta of Graham, was metalling and cracking It. and It ss something greatly to be No one can deny that there Is a '.T..t-....
his four feared. MILD/ Referee la Bankruptcy. <
| Into the kingdom of God! It Is transacting business here this sometimes putting on distinct relation between the rate :
brakes till the wheels drag. Then The fundamental principle which ..

easier for a camel to go throughthe week. comes he who "rides on the rim." everyone seems to understand regarding of speed by which a person or object By tha NOTICBI powers OS vested BLBOTIOW i In them by

eye of a neddle than for a rlcbblan the law of tha state of Florida, the '.
the relaUve destructive Is struck and the severity of
Australia But as bad road destroyer as any I JQhnRuskin "
to of The cost of living I' Hoard of Publlo Instruction of Brad.
enter into the kingdom
GdAnd declined 20 per cent In three is the darky with his lame mule I possibilities of different implements I the resulting injuries and damage. ford County hereby call an electionto \
they were astonished has and Iron-rimmed wheels out of of war seems to be lost sight of by Data contained In a study of lastyear's be held at Brooker, Florida forth

laying then among themselves, who years. true, driving partly on the shoul- people when they drive automo I country-wide automobile ac tee* purpose and determining of .1.cUa.; ;the thw.a.u.mount.. ;t

can be saved. And Jesus Is now served der and partly on the edge of the biles. Must the automobile take the cident experience made show that of mlllaca to b* aaaesaad acalnat yo

but laith' with men!' it Is Impossible, Little Switzerland domestic and three for pavement. All these driver. cause guise of the gun that shelled Paris ,U a 3.000-pound car should be stop trial Brooker No. Special U for School the ensuing Tax Dla-two ;;

ilbl .With" God all things are P08" by three companies.At abrasions. They also cause the before people, generally, realizeIts pod within three !Inches, a force la CIGARS SATISFY years, said election to b* held on

What eign air transport gouging out of holes along the dangerous possibilities and that ,created. If the car were going 20 the purpose Itth of day holding of April thla Ills.aloU.For.." the the
one "Inherits" passes tom England recently pavement, where water gathers the more powerful its mechanismthe :tulles an hour, that woud be equivalent .IOs SMOKERS;, followlnc are appointed:
{ by operation of and not KIrby Stephen, Iceland Waters, W. H. Harrell and
law of of _
V a were sold for stt: during rains and works further greater are Its capabilities to the weight 1,070 men H. Kelly.W. .

purchase or a gift and If the sheep rams for' injury.; Then there are those contraptions destruction T Counties persons, or I ISO pounds each; at 40 miles, 4,820lDlen. OAINE8VUJUH CANDY CO. C. MANNING, Chairman ,

life young," ruler was to "inherit eternal cents each and pedigreed I made up from junked their dependents and friends, lean and at 60 miles, 9,630 men. Gainesville! :ns. Distributor A.l-ll-lt-4-U.J. GRIFFIn Secretary
then he need not try It. 50. t

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f' -1 country. Very few people-----1 have a I A VICIOUS CIRCLE B. II. S. GRADUATES- -- -
Bradford i

County Telegraph Maybe You've II From Other Pens I all clear about understanding of what it is i When someone-stops;; buying, ITS LARGEST CLVSS I

Established 1877 I Even those that do understand Someone stops selling; (Continued from .

Heard It But I something about it will have a difficult When someone stops selling, of St. Marys"; (Adams pa,*, I '

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class IlEARTBRBAKI.\a TACTICS I time seeing what the future Someone stops making, ful Stars" (Wilson .Benue' .
I pos8blll ties will be. I When someone stops making, soprano'
Matter at! the Post Office at Starke Florida Joyce Mast Ruth Rowe
To throw some light on the perplexing Someone stops working; drews Annie I\lalnc qn.
a QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Heartbreaking to those lookingfor questions Involved, we reproduce When someone stops working, Laura Tucker tad
|J E"L. Matthews_______________________EdItor and Owner economy 4n Florida's government the following questions Someone stops earning; soprano! ; Lois Adkins, Lois *

Monday mornings are bad was the news appearing in and answers: When, someone stops earning, Elaine: Martha Wynn Mildred Hundley J'to ?;

6, SUBSCRIPTION RATE enough without receiving circularsIn Sunday's papers that chairman What U money inflation? Dilu- Someone stop buying!ItFern'a Brownlee,, Ma';
the mail like the following: C. B. Treadway 0/ the State High- tion of existing money through Issuance Magazine (Grt. Brltian.) Kitty Hogsed Ellen {yll.
r j;, Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance "OFFENSIVE MANNERS may way 'Commission had announcedthe of more currency. -0-- gins Lillian Sternberg

' Advertising Rates on Application do you more harm than you'll ever appointment of A. B. McMul- How much is a dollar worth after --o-_ Address-Senator J. Edwin Lan
know!I" len, Tampa, as engineer of avia-
inflation The dollars will buy leas son.Violin
' If you can't sell what you grow why not can it? ; (We'd like to stop readingthis tion for the State Road Department goods In almost direct proportionto ensemble, "RQmnnceChaa. -

o thing right now but that the inflation of the currency. bo (Late Arthur
i would probably be one of the Mr. McMullen's arduous duties, business Yen "Farewell to
I Will inflation aid ? Braarora'<:
Wonder who will be the first to apply for a beer license? moat OFFENSIVE things we according to the article, will con- temporarily at least because it will f:} Hazen, class president -Ivan,
I :
o could do.) olst of rendering advice and engi- I make people spend their money o Elassif j jBy "The status of School Airair._ !
neering service to cities, countiesor '
"What do people say about before it depreciates.Why Supt. A. J. Griffis.Presentation .
Thank goodness speechmakers have forgot the forgotten others on construction and main- !
you? What do they think? I is the country embarkingon I RUSSELL KAY( of diplomas hoaote
""man. i Are your manners open to tenance of airports and cooperation an era of inflation? BecauseIt I Secretary. Florida Pre. Auociauo* and awards.

0- criticism: ? Do you commit so- with governmental agencies was necessary to stem the spiral ,Benediction.
cl&l errors that suggest lack for the advancement of air travelin i of deflation that has closed Well, after slttln and watchln' The music was under the air*. I
Money may talk, but its vocabulary seems to be limited .f good breeding?" Florida. I thousands of banks and business this legislative stuff for three tion of Mrs. A, E. Wall '
: to "So long." The salary of the position Is houses burdened with debts. weeks I've made up my mind Idon't Senior Circus
,'. :7 (Say who are you, anyway, $300 a month, "to be paid from an I I'd
How far wll Ithe Inflation go? want to be a politician. The first In the series of 1
o -- to be asking all these questions made the 1931 gnu.
appropriation by I The administration is expected to much rather die a natural death. nation exercises took place I

Lots of folks didn't realize we had a gold standard until abput?YOU What Are do YOUR people man-say legislature fields In Florldll.-MadI80n for emergency landing En stop it as soon as the cheaper mon- night of last week with the pram Frldw I

of ey oils the business wheels and They don't permit any lobbyln'up tat ion of a senior circus. The I
: we went off it. ners open to criticism you terprise-Recorder, program
big bully.) normal buying is resumed. here, but you'd be surprisedhow consisted of a number of r
-- "Do you unconsciously offend How may a person with ready many tourists there are hang- clever songs, dances, and acrobatic I

From where do the countless Chinese come who are reported others with your personal TilE KTIHCS OF EDITING cash! in hand or in the bank pro- in' 'round, it's just like Miami bo- stunts' by the boys' high school

killed in battle. conduct and habits?" tect himself from rising prices? By fore the bank holiday. gym class. Another stunt that
(I won't be sure, but It seems Sometimes unhappy fate bringsto purchasing such necessities as was well received by the audience I
--0 to me that years ago someone newspapermen an acid test of clothes, food or even a house or an I saw a member of the legislature was mock wedding at which the !

For every brewer who is put to work there will be a prohibition said something about it being their theory that full and free pub automobile.How I sittin' on the porch of the teachers of B.. H. S., Impersonated
rude to ask so damn many lication of the news of human experience high will prices of potatoes, Floridan Hotel the other day, so by students, were in attendance. ]
: : agent out of a job. questions. But let's get through is a chart for all mankind, beans, clothes and other products I took a seat In back of him. The The program was under the supervision -

o with this thing.) fully justifying the heartaches advance It is difficult to deter- poor guy looked so tired and wornI of Professor L. A Gray.
"Practically EVERYONE that must be caused to sensitiveand mine pending definite knowledge actually felt sorry for him, but Baccalaureate Sermon
If you find that prices are rising, don't blame your,storekeeper to the extent of the Inflation The baccalaureate
UNKNOWINGLY Is guilty of Innocent persons written about pro- :do you think they'd let him rest? sermon was]
it is not of his doing. ;;'. <. SOME breach of good form unpeasantly. Such an insance occurred gram and various other uncertainties. : Not on your life! He hadn't anymore preached Sunday night at ttel

o .- that reacts against him or the other day at LaFayette, i than got a load off his feet high school auditorium by Dr. Ceo. I
her. Discover YOUR short- Tenn. The editor of the local news- Will the nation go through an- before a lobby-lizzard eases over H. Lowry. A large audience, u I
With beer back closets be used for something else i
can comings NOW! paper, Macon County Times, is other experience such as occurredIn ,and takes a chair beside him. After well as members of the senior class, j
besides sheltering the family skeleton. (We know our shortcomings, Rev. Calvin O. Gregory. News the Civil War period when the preliminaries like "nice enjoyed Dr. Lowry's address

I o thank you. Can't; spit quite came that his. son had been sen- greenbacks were issued ? The' administration 'day" and "have a cigar" he starts The following program took )
hard enough to clear the front tenced to jail In another city. He is ,guarding against hia high-pressure stuff. place:
A movement la on foot to observe a "Roosevelt Day" in porch railing. But what's it might easily have hushed the mat this possibility. i Processional-Mrs. F. H Long

honor; of the President. lie deserves it. to you. You never come ter up In his newspaper However, I Will inflation..aid the farmer? I It was really pathetic. X stuck Hymn, "Onward. ChrUtian Sol.dlers. .

o around.) the editor-clergyman weighed the Yes, It will ease his mortgage burden -i around for an hour and durln' that ."

If Starke's Little Woman's Club it "Everytime you meet people case and then published the facts. I and might raise his income because time eleven different hounds cuts Invocation-Dr. A. E, Dunham. I
keeps up, will make -every time you talk to them In an editorial footnote he expressed of higher prices for farm pro- In on the little dance that my legislative Scripture readingRev, W F. f
a fine big Woman's Club when the members grow up. everywhere you go-you are sorrow to have to publish such ducts. friend was tryln' to sit out. Jones.

ry o ON TRIAL.." news, but In the Interest of other How will it ,affect the average Violin, "Cathedral Meditation"

Bradford County congratulates Its (You're on trial too, and boys, and to let renders know he fixed salaried wage earner? Un- The bed-time stories covered every (LeMar)-Mlas Anita Courtmancti |
1, largest graduatingclass. you're becoming positively disagreeable !!- would not shield his own son while less wages or salaries were advanced subject from bonds and beer to Sermon-Dr. Ceo. H. Lowry
May their success in life be as big in proportion. .) publishing the news about the sons in the same proportion with ticks and tax. Talk about banana- Vocal solo, "Give of the Best to |

-0 "Every word, every act, ev- of other men, he had no choice but I the rise in prices, he would find oil and boloney, _boy, you should the Master'WMrs. L. A, Gray.
An exchange remarks that ery detail of your apperanceand announce that "my boy is behind his living catching up with his income have heard it. When those birds get Benediction-Rev. W. F. Jr nee
I pretzels are the only
example "
your deportment registersa Iron bars. The concluding sentence and could save less. started on you, they'll just about .
t; where an honest living can be made from crooked dough definite Impression on others In this poignant editorial Why is the United States off the drive you out of your mind tryln' Bears, deer, wild turkeys, buffalo !

0 favorable or unfavorable." read: "May he learn a lesson that gold standard? Because It will not to help you make It up. and other game were abundant -

It's fun to be fooled but it's (Omigoah! Do you mean she will cause him to walk straight redeem paper gold notes with gold In the region cf the Ohio River I
more fun to know said the really saw me when I spit that from this day forth and to make a coin and refuses to allow the free in
husband as peeped under the top crust of his wife's first pie.p fish bone out behind my nap- real man of himself.-Editor &: export of gold. So bills far there for are consideration about a thousand and

kin the other day?) Publisher New York. Why was the gold standard that means up a thousand questionsfor 1770.FLORIDA

p Before "People are too polite to -- abandoned: ? To prevent the pan debate and two sides to
marrying a woman it I is important to discover point out your shortcomingsto GOD HELP LOUISIANA Icky drain of the country monetary question. In fact If there every were

which she considers the more attractive-the dining table or you. They may even be too -t:: gold reserves to Europe; to reduce only two sides it wouldn't be so

?k the bridge table. polite to discuss them among Huey' P. Long's control of the the value of the dollar! so )hat itcould bad, but here there are three sides, THEATRE

o themselves You may never state of Louisiana seems to be supreme compete In foreign markets one guy's side, the other guy's side GAINESVILLE FLA.
know why you fail to win the There bias:\ for: quite a while with other depreciated currenciesand and the right side, and then top
1 An old saying used to tell us that a man is known bye respect of others, why you are been strong suspicion of this. It to give the United States a of that I understand there Qn Is an FRIDAY ONLY

r company he keeps, but in this county a man is known by not invited a second time by remained for &press dispatch recently bargaining point in the forthcoming inside and an outside.

the 'berries he packs. worthwhile people, why you coming out of Alexandria, world economic conference. GENE AUSTIN.VI>
are not chosen for the desirable La., to remove'the last vestige of J How will money Inflation be
});; o business positions." doubt and establsh the fact Ac-. brought about? By Issuance of the There may be a few guys on the COMPANYOn

? It would be tragic if scientists who spend lifetimes tryingo (An advertisement the other cording to this dispatch: government of up to $3,000,000- more Inside of but'em there's on the ousttde.a darn sight Most ( the Stage)
day said I had B. O. I wish Arch C. Johnson, of the federal 000 of treasury notes through open
receive signals from Mars would discover that they were market purchase of government of the talk you hear Is as loose as The World's Greate Tenor
you boys would get togetheron and state participation division in
only asking for a loan. '' this.) the department of exhibits of the bond If necessary.-Ocala Banner.RESULTS a run-away horse They have a GENE AUSTIN
flock of attaches at the capitol
---0- "Are you able to conduct World's Fair* said In a recent -0--- (la Person)
call verifiers but
they take
'h Bradford's senator voted for beer-its representative yourself in any situation with speech in Alexandria'' that "be COUNT 'one"of these wild rumors you to 'em In"BROADWAY
poise and assurance Do you cause the late Mayor Anton Cer- -
against it ; which, according to our estimate, is how the peo- know' the proper thing to do mak, of Chlcagd, voted against the Said the puddle duck to the lit and!try I've to just get the about darn come thing to verified the Rli.1PSODV'R'ith

'ple stand here-about fifty-fifty. and say on every occasion?" seating of the delegation Sen. Huey tle white hen, "I've not sold an conclusion that no matter what
(Sure. That's easy When In P. Long at the Democratic National egg since I don't know when A New York Cost of SO
o ; yet you hear about anybody or
Rome do as Romans do. As Convention, Long has forbidden

quite sure that the eggs I lay thing here it'a lie.
The Orlando tells about Ink that up a
an writes for what to say, we've noticed Louisiana send its state exhibit are as good aa a hen's eggs any ..
black, after the tenth of the following month, it gets the blues that "0. 1<:." does pretty well In to the fair Consequently old day." Said the little hen to I've met most-of the members of No screen program on this date

and after sixty days it turns red. most places) when Governor Allen was appealedto the puddle duck, "You. think per- the House and Senate and If you
"Perhaps it is only upon the be also forbade the sending of
0Ix haps, you are out of luck. Your ask me they're a pretty darn
Ix; o SPECIAL occasion, when you the exhibit to Chicago* eggs are good, I'll freely admit bunch of fellows, a little above good the Two Pef formancea Only
) The Tallahassee Democrat of the meet a distinguished personor That is a startling announce 2 Hours la Length
tells. senate spending and larger, too by quite a bit; average, as human beings go, I'd : 1-2
D $1,000 worth of time arguing about a proposed reduction of attend that a formal social function ment. It hardly appears possible but my dear Mrs. Duck I'll give ; say. Considering all they have to Matinee-3:00: p. m.
think about that one could have
you your any man com-
,::r $GOO in the salary of the adjutant general. manners at all." plete dictatorship of a state as you your a salesmanship.tip, the whole fault You lies produce with go their through cheats, and what what they've got pn For Orch. 7So (Inc. tax)

(Well, that's the only' time Huey P. Long evidently enjoys in without they're up Rear Orch. We (Inc. tax)
o your eggs a quack, to your against, it surprises me thattheY're
'.iI(| '" we ever wear a monkey suit, Louisiana, enabling him-aa another swimming pool waddle back. Evening-8:15/ p. m.
Just to show what can be done with a garden, an Okla- Isn't It?) to his monumental you. as good natured and courteous -
sop egotismand tell the world, to let 'em know, so I as they For Orch. f 1.10 (Inc. tax)
;' homa woman produced on a small plot food valued at' $300- "Do you know how to intro- through spleen against a dead cackle around for an hour or so.There's are.I Inc tax)
duce a man and a woman? man who did not fall in with his Rear Orch. 83o (
{ than the remainder of. the farm
ti more put together. a good demand for the eggs believe the bulk of 'em are sincere RESERVED
Which name should be mentioned political aspirations to atop that I lay, for I make ALL SEATS
my advertising and honest and
'+, o came up here
first? Should the wom- state from participating in such an Tell
All Florida jieeda is more good people. If the population an rise If seated? What la event as the great Chicago exposition pay. -o about it.-Exchange. For to do the their sections best for the state and .

wrong with the Introduction: by merely passing the word I they represent.
'r. doubled troubles would halved.-Lake Wales
were our AN OLD FIEND They went to work In earnest the
'Mr Newcomb, this Is Miss that there must be no Louisiana
r ; highlander Except the trouble finding a parking place. Clowes 1"There's exhibit. at Chicago down the line first week and they're stlckin' to
f Errors in newspapers, both typo- it. No matter what they do, they
0- ( plenty wrong withIt. The "O. K. representing the given
graphical and otherwise, will will be wrong in somebody's opinIon 1
Whoever heard of a woman name pf the .man functioning as creep
Alfonson The Wise said that if he had been
M present at In, no matter how energete and but their judgment has been
named Clowes 1) governor of Louaiana seems' to be
the creation he could have given some useful hints for the "Do you know how to use apt, when Huey speaks. alert proof readers are. For instance pretty good so far and they seem

better ordering of the universe. Maybe he would have left the handkerchief In order to Were be alive today and a citizenof last week the word "ill" to be makin' a real effort. They'll
was left out of a local item make some mistakes
In The they're
out fleas. avoid causing offense to those Louisiana I it is probable that
Tribune and It bound to, but It
around you?" Patrick Henry would paraphrasehis changed the whole wpn't help matters -
o (Why use a handkerchief, Immortal 1ve me liberty or meaning of the news item, for any to start razzin' 'em. Remember

A bit of philosophy was voiced by a knife peddler who anyway Lots of folks we give me death' 'to "give me deathin which we are sorry. Only recentlya we've got some darn serious -
; know save on linen that ) preference to the liberty Sanford paper had a regrettable problems to Iron out before
was throught here this week. A local lunch room asked fora typographical In this thing is and
error It when over the boys
"What would you think of a P. Long gives Louisiana It is inconceivable
knife that would slice meat thin. The knife peddler ad- person who yawned in publicor that the majority of quoting a prominent citizen speaking need support and encouragement

vised against it, however, saying that the thicker the meat who blew his nose at the the people of the Creole state will of "And Old Friend. The "r"was as much now as they did during
left out of friend the campaign.As .
the thicker the customers would come. table or moistened his fingers much longer submit to the dictatorship gentleman quoting" the .
as r
saying 'an old
in his mouth when play- now foisted upon them by the .
; 0r Ing cards?" "klngflsh." fiend. They creep In, no matter Speaker of the House, Pete

If you are wondering what effect inflation going to (I would think the poor It may not be appreciated by the how alert we are.-Cocoa Tribune. Tomasello, Jr, is no thin' short of
guy's In a helluva fix. Has people of that state, but there Is.an -0ROOSEVELT --- a ring-tailed wow and it'll be a long
have individual until
on you as an Just'wait you go to get time before find CITY
they a better .
bored to death, got a bad cold, irresistible impulse to exclaim: God AND TIlE BIBLE
I your groceries on Saturday. Prices are going,up all over the and has some cake Icing on his help Loulslanla.-Tampa Times a genuine pleasure to watch

11, country, and if you have any extra cash around, you'd bet- hands.) --.- According to a columnist, a Bible that and boy work. He's got plenty of
? stock while least "Whether you are dining: at PALS student baa revealed that Pres- pep snap and he keeps things
ter ,up now they are at fairly within reach. movtn' and at the same time keeps
; home with your Immediate ident Roosevelt called heavily upon
o family or attending a formal When I see a boy who hasn't a dog, the Scripture in preparing his Inaugural everybody happy.

a It The Plant City Courier tells us that Napoleon was afraid theatre party here Is the way Or a dog that hasn't a boyI address. Over In the PHONE 4

of a cat; Martin Luther imagined that the devil appeared to to be sure that your mannersare think of a lot they are missing The President said: "The only Futch seems to Senate be President
always correct and above Of frolic and genuine joy. thing we have to fear is fear it- getting alongall
.I.him and he threw hIs ink bottle at the fiend i Peter the Great criticism. The priceless charm : self." Isaiah VIII, 12. His "not to Of right with his little school room. -

was afraid to cross a bridge. yes: and strange as it may of refinement and culture' can Some parents think dogs are a be ministered unto, but to minister classmen course some of these upper

seem, most politicians are so superstituous they're afraid to be yours every day of your nuisance- ," Is a quotation from :MatthewXX handle but are a trine harder to
71 life, thanks to the most practical Just something to bark and annoy 28. they haven't thrown It be Beautiful
pass a baby without kissing it. moat usable, most enlightening Mr. Roosevelt's swarm of lo many spit-balls so far and it looks Pays to

JJ 0t. book of its kind ever They can't know how badly a boyne custs" comes from Exodus X, 419. like settle they were just about ready to in the SpringPermanents
written. You simply cannot a dog) His "money changers" is .found In to work In earnest So
A contributor to our letter box accuses the Telegraph don't
afford not to read and own it." Or how sadly a dog needs a boy.Exbange. Matthew XXL 12. "Where there is expect much of 'em and
of censorship because several of his communications .give 'em a break and I'm betun'they'll
; have not (So that's it. I didn't think no vision the people perish," comes ,-
iH found their way into print. These were not used )because; of you were asking all those o from Proverbs, XXXDC. 18.-Ocala legislation come through with some
questions Just out of curiosity.Well A. B.'C. OF CURRENCYThe Banner. that will go a long way
!; their length. We are glad to hear from our readers and will no 'thanks. We have a -0-- toward solving our problems.

': publish anything that is written in printable language, but couple of books and besides abandonment of the gold Vineyards surround the village of A- .
t cannon used
it is desired that the letters be limited to two or three hun- you'd be'surprised at the standard plus the proposal to inflate St. Saphortn Switzerland, whose defend Fort Londoun by Washington, was to $3.50-$5.00-$7.5//

dred words at the most. things we.. ,can afford to do currency has caused manya wine grapes are famous for sweetness to Winchester Va. presented
by James B.
without!) mind to be perplexed In this and flavor. RusselL

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