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: May 5, 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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ed lS77 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months 75c-: yable In Advance E. L.l\I"Uhews. Editor and Owner


Season Gold To Turned Local In Bank Circuit Court Begins Spring Session Here Monday; Upper Late House Senator Honors Johns Teaching StaffRecommended

faring EndShippers On Last--Two Day Grand Jury sends Communication to Judge AdkinsSeven At Thursday- Service {

Officials\ of the Bank of Starke Memorial services for the late
report that on the two : Senator E. M. Johns of Starke and
Say 29 and May 1, $2,423.50 days in, APrllj True Bill Returned Tuesday Grand Jury Named; Commends Him And States Attorney the late Senator John Swearingen By School Board
coin and gold certificates were -Is Now AdjournedUntil Scott is Foreman -\MU Not Request of Bartow, were held by the Flor-
turned In by persons seeking to Monday Board to Print Minute ida senate In Its chamber in Tallahassee .
Bounce Intention To Stop avoid penalties following President After the spring term of circuit Thursday afternoon at 3 -
Lnounoe Intention Of StopThll Roosevelt's executive order of April True bills Indicting seven persona court had been convened Monday To the Honorable A. Z. Adkins: o'clock. B. II. S. Family Itedurad By Two
Wet'kmo.t Two 5. were brought In Tuesday by morning by Judge A. Z. Adkins, a We, the grand Jurors In and for Senator Johns had been electedto -No Action On
The order required all personsto the Bradford County grand Jury grand Jury of eighteen Bradford Bradford County at this the aerveVaa: president of the senate Salarle.Although *.

i. closed their deliver on or before May I, 1933, In their first presentments and on county citizens was erortneled: Spring term thereof, A. D. 1933, at Its present session.1ilhing -
trrv and Lawtey season ThursKort all gold coin, gold bullion and gold the second day of the spring term sworn, and charged as to !luf duties wish to thaakr-yotmanwwpirwftk*. ."'" '. a request from Gover-
of g the 2,000,000 certificates now owned by them to of circuit court which opened here F. A. Scott of Starke was selectedas many courtesies shown us/aad for : nor Dave Sholta has prevented the
have re118,776.73 a Federal Reserve Bank, branch or Monday morning. foreman of the inquisitorialbody. the excellent charge given to us StationRohbed.Saturdav school board from entering Into
nark and growers for their trouble. agency or to any member of the Four of the indictments charged and .we :wed!'your charge for a contracts with teachers, the following -
based on freight Federal Reserve System. assault with intent to commit murder The grand jury Is composed of guide tit'. ur* Injures are only alI Criminal penalties for violationof and were returned against Etta the following members: F. A. wish\ 'to thank'adl'the".'fourt in the Starke and Lawtey
Knress shipments portioneason's the order were $10,000 or ten Wil lens, colored; Tommie Powell Scott, chairman E. A. Winkler D. officials for the many courtesies' schools have been made by the
by far the larger went out on years Imprisonment or both. and Edward Adams, colored; W. Johnson, J. J. Jones, A. L. shown us during our deliberations trustees and accepted by' the boardat
crop -- and two seperate Indictments Googe, Edward Sullivan, R. C. We wish to report that we have Its Monday meeting:
has been against C. A. Pringle. Cone, E. C. Johns, D. J. Phillips, T. faithfully considered all matters Radio Cash Register, Slot Machine Starke: L. A. Gray, principal
I believed that finis Business MenProtest Robert Cody, colored, was Indicted N. Norman, J. H. Ritch, Jr., R. R. that have come before us from all Among Thing Stolen Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T.
1 for the shipping season at both aaL for murder in the first degree. Crosby, D. J. O. Green, A. L. sources, and have made diligent Inquiry From K. A M. Long, Mr*. Frankie Hudson, Mrs.
and Intendease Cody was accused of killing Willie Green .Jr., W. :M. Bryan,. M. J. and true presentments of all T. J. Alderman Miss Isabel Fernandez -
Lve announced they close- Williams, another negro, in Hamp- McRae, E. E. Norman, M. F. Wig said matters as we considered Thieves broke Into the 1C. & M. Chin. W. Larsen II. C.
\ operation at the Store ton on the night of Jan. 28. His I them. Service Station early Saturday Brown, Mrs. B. Perkins, Miss lMiddleton
ur day'l business. Heavy case was disposed of Wednesday gins.G. B. Newsom was sworn In as Also we wish to report that, morning and made away with Miss\ Rosalind Jacobs r

t is from North sent Carolina the morning when he was granted permission bailiff lra.: : upon the request of our sheriff and property amounting to $300. \ Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss Edna ..
her points have Petition State Officials Not to PuRetail I by the State to plead jailor, we visited the county jail Entrance to the building was Strickland Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs.
to point
"tatlsplnnlng a
guilty to manslaughter and was and made Inspection of it and we gained through a window on the N. D. Wainwright' Jr., Mrs. R. F.
Business At
Bit la no longer profitable to Prison State sentenced to five year Imprison Forest Recruits i are glad k and pay for hauling the Farm ment. the same In excellent condition. with a heavy Iron bar. As It has Hazel Underhill, Miss Madg, Mld

Other indictments were against We are also in communication not been the custom to leave a I dleton, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs A, E.
Thursday of last week The Business Men's Club at Its Taft Ellison, colored, for breakingand from our representative from Tal- light burning la: the station It was Wall, music
twenty-six: Monday meeting endorsed a petition Leave For Cnmuss''y
/ has reported entering and grand larceny hassee, in which he has requested, an easy 'matter for the prowlersto I No action was taken by the I,
s cars at an estimated re- addressed to the officials of and O. R. Prevatt for shooting into he stated with the advice of the break'in and escape with some 'board as to salaries but the faculty
j five cents per quart ot a the State of Florida protesting the of the most choice properties with- was cut by two teachers
the store of R. R. Thede at Law- -. Governor, to have the school board .
[turn of $$11,872 to grow- proposed establishment by the out being seen l-awtey; W L Beacom principal
Nineteen of to all of the
Art Enlisted our county
Boys *! From publish
Jre. State of a retail store at the State tey.No bills were returned,, In the Bradford, proceedings of said body and while Only a small amount of money, Mrs. D. L. Blackburn, Miss
ke baa shipped two express Prison Farm. cases of R. L.. Baxley, Lester -Now In we' would like to comply with said $1.35 and some pennies, had !Been Ruby Mae Poppell, Mrs. O. A, Anderson -
bring the past week. Prices The petition, signed by twentyfive Moody and George McGhee. I Training request, we realize that we haveno left In the cash register, and this Mrs. L. 1C. Hill, Mrs. H. M. .
named low also and were merchants of Bradford County Civil cases disposed of Wednes- power to order said board to was taken along with a six-tube Snyder, Miss Eunice Whitehead, \
fed at $1.75 per crate. and twenty of Union, read aa follows day were: Nineteen stalwart youths rep- publish said matters, and could radio, an adding machine, nine Mrs. J. T. Moore, Mrs. W L. Bea-
Lading figures for this sea- : I resenting Bradford left tires, fifteen cartons of cigarettes, com. s
Ben Dell vs J. W. Calloway. County only request the same, 'but realizIng
Shipments it must be remem- "We, the undersigned merchants Plaintiff was suing for civil dam Gainesville over the weekend for that we are all under a tax: five boxea, of cigars, a slot machine The resignation of Mrs. II. B. '
[that the greater portion of and taxpayers of Bradford County, ages sustained when he was Fort Benning Ga., where they will burden, and realizing that said publications a German luger and a .32 McLendon aa a teacher In the
Ip went out of Starke by Fla., respectfully protest against struck by an automobile driven by I undergo three weeks of Intensive would call for the expendi- calibre pistol, a flash light, and an Bradford County High School was
However, no accurate figuuld the State of Florida entering business !- tendered at this time.
before in expensive spot light.
Calloway, negro preacher of Jack training being: placed active ture of considerable money, which ,
be kept on this move- through handling groceries, sonville. Verdict returned In favor service In Uncle Sam's Flor- now Is needed to pay necessary ex- None of the heavier tires or ac. The minutes of the meeting. follow r
land express shipments are meats and merchandise through its of plaintiff for $5,000. ida reforestation corps.The pen e. which have to be Incurred cessories In the station was both. i
lonly. retail store at the State Farm Vlrginla-Carolina Chemical Corporation young men chosen from this therein, and feeling that the public ered, the thieves taking only things Board met In regular Maafon
[ only figures that can be Raiford, Florida; we respectfully; vs A. L. Crosby. VerdictIn county were: Starke: Woodrow would rather have schools th that could be easily moved. The with all members present. Minute
9 to the movement by truck represent that this la unfair.competition favor of plaintiff assessed dam Bryant, Pitt Newsome, Leon Al- read the minutes In the paper, slot machine contained only a small read and adopted with the followIng -
Brownlee Brothers alone in that the losses of such ages at $414.24. varez, Robert Conner. William when they can go to the superin' amount of money as It had been amendments: Resolved that aU
approximately 300,064 business must be paid by us as taxpayers Court was adjourned Wednesday Rhoden. William Johns, Ray Craw- tendent' office and see all of the emptied Friday morning by Its moneys collected by the board
I by this method. I I and we respectfully suggest afternoon until 10 o'clock Monday I ford, Hugh Andrews, DeWftt\. Raul said matters which are of a public owner I shall b* used for payment of em
I total weekly express and that such competition from a morning. Inson, S. R. Grtffla; Lawtey Wal record, we do not deem It advisable No clue as to the Identity of the ployes until this year's wages have
I movement from Starke'and tax free business operated by the e ter Whitefeldt, Clarence Davis, at this time to make such thIeves has been covered although been paid, and that this board use
\this; season was as follows: State Is ruinous to competitive Malley Groves; Hampton: Wood- a recommendation. operators of the service second grade certificates owing to'.
Starke business burdened by taxation." Community Canning row Hicks Ernest Morgan, Cole- I We wish to report that during station say that a woman's heel conditions as they now exist.
Quarts Returns Copies of the petition were sent Gets Under Way SoonMiss man Tucker; Brooker: Malley our deliberations we have been ably prints can be seen near the tracks Superintendent was Ins utced
--- CO $ 15.00 to Governor Dave Sholtz, L. F. Shaw, J. D. Waters; Graham: guided and faithfully served by of the car that Is supposed to have to call another election In New t
.... 19 5.70 Chapman, superintendent of the Mary E. Keown of Tallahassee James Reynolds.The our Hon. State's Attorney A. S. carred away the loot. River District. Roof of the Brooker -
244 73.20 State Farm Senator J. M. Mann building was ordered
has been in the communitythis Bradford County men left Crews; we feel that our labors
----- 1.444 361.20 and Representatives C. C. Butler Gainesville in special railroad have been and Pupils from Boatdraln school are
week assisting Miss Pearl Jordan lightened quick service -
0,214 1,382.10 and C. H. Register. Theatre Wants to be transported to Starke; School
---- In organizing six community coaches along with 135 others from rendered by his assistance. t
The business men also endorsed next term as the enrollment doe r
----- 8.256 1,161.00 canneries for the relief work. This Alachua, Gilchrist, Union, Lafayette Having completed our labors for
_35,648 3.000.00 a resolution adopted by the ,County work will be under the Supervision and Marlon Counties. Not all the term we now ask to be dis not warrant continuing school at f
| --_ 19,713 1,767.08 Commissioners protesting of Miss Jordan and will be readyfor of the recruits were sent to Fort charged. Sunday Movies that place.
--_. 25.376 2,283.84 against any legislation designed to operating In a few days.MKIUA Benning; part of them will be Respectfully submitted, I TheroHxa school will probably be
---- 20.864 1877.76 bring about the cancellation of: e trained at Fort Screven. (Signed):' F. A. Scott, Foreman. transported to Hampton School;
t __. 41.014 2,870.98 outstanding State tax certificates ;K LICENSES After the training course the I this to be decided after consulting
----78,432 9804.00 men will be returned to Floridato Portable clocks made their ap I Council Takes. No Action On I i with the State Hoard of Education. ,
d __.. 18,880 2,360.00 Wilbert Hanson and Viola work at forestry camps where pearance the middle of the 16th Owners.lt 1 ___ 15,584: 1,826.25 CommissionersFavor Moody. they will receive $30 a month each. century. Paid (I trustee at Hampton to succeed A.
t ____, ._ 30,400 3325.00 Lowell W. Allen and Rocille The men In this district will be assigned A. S. ManlillRa'of the Ritz Thea- A, Durden who has moved out of
tre appeared before the City Coun- i
I. ___ 18,048 2115.00 Sweat. to either the Ocala National fleer for Florida who examined the the district.
--_ 23,168 2,112.00 Sales TaxProtest C. W Thomas and Elmer Crack. Forest, the Osceola National For- I men in Gainesville, said that the cil and at asked Its that Tuesday night meeting Extension of bus route at Hell
Sunday moving picture I
t. 19.744 1,77696 est near Lake City or the Choto- physical condition of the recruits I bronn Springs, granted and the ex.
I1-, ... 8,182 655.36 ett.Clyde Balor and Eula Bryan.J. hatchee National Forest near Pen- presented for enrollment by the The shows matter be was permitted taken under In Stnrke.ad- tension on route towards Klngsley
M '. 13,440 806.40 sacola. Federal relief organiza- Lake to be Investigated.
O. Blitch and Mrs. Jessie God emergency
Legislation to Cancel Out- visement by the council, but no
,--. 18,116 822.50 win. It Is reported that every boy tions of the various counties was '
standing Certificates-And action was taken at present.
School Changes showed himself eager to make the unusually high, Minutes of the meeting follow In Itradford Growing k'
---. .401>.846 40461.33 Lumber Generally speaking, required agreement that he send "The men are given the physical full:
Lawtey orders are running well ahead of $25 of his $30 a month wages hometo examinations so that we may be as- Fine Easter Lilies
At a meeting of the County The City Council of the City of
Quarts Returns output. Most regions are showIng aid In the support of his de sured that they will be able to "'o
Commissioners held Monday at the Starke, Florida, met May 2, 1933, tIt
----- 6,528 ,$ 979.20 courthouse the board went on record increase In orders as comparedwith pendents.Col. perform a reasonable day's work In regular session with the following la too bad that Bradford County
last L. L. Gregg, Jacksonville, I for the government In the forestry
--- 12,512 1,501.44 as favoring a general sales tax corresponding period members present: G. W. Alderman la not having flower show this
----- 26,880 2862.00 and paused resolutions opposing year. United States army recruiting of- camps, he added. chairman; W M. Edwards, year for It certainly has some exceptionally IP,
-- 35.740 3,119.60 proposed legislation to cancel all P. M. Barefoot. fine Easter lilies. If
--- 71,680 6,760.20 outstanding State tax certificatesand Minutes of the last meeting were prizes were being awarded there Is ;,
-- ---- 53,760 3763.20 also opposing any legislation read and approved. no doubt but what the following; u, A
---- 30.000 2700.00 designed to take the administration J f 'Legislative[ Proceeding Motion made by P. M. Barefoot would be honored: Mrs. L. H. Hill, ,$
---107,520 13440.00 of schools from county offi for bond trustees to transferto tallest; L. A, Geiger, greatest number e
BO. --- 60,480 7.S60.0O I cials. general and road and bridge on one stem; Mrs. D. W Moore, 1
7 ___ 47,760 8800.00; The $10,461.20, which was received -! funds the necessary funds for op- largest bloom. '
t ____ 98,1560 10,780.00 by the county recently from' erating expenses when necessary. Mrs. Hill's prize plant Is six: and "
----148,688 17.27.76 the race track fund was divided I I Bill Would Aid Fanner now raised In Florida If these prod- along with that of the administration Motion seconded by W. M. Ed- one-half feet tall and Is on exhibit tin \
14 --143,460 12,911.40 equally between the school board I Commissioner of Agriculture, ucts could be graded and handled I wards and carried. Letter received Mitchell' Drug Store; Mr. Gel- 1
1_ -----116,480 9,318.40 and the comml88 loners. The $5-: Nathan Mayo, is sponsoring a bill properly the Commissioner stated. Governor Sholtz made it plain from P. T. A. with refer- ger's exceptional stalk bears fifteen t 1 '
S -.231.440 18995.20 230.60 which was the commissioner's designed to bring relief to a large The proposed bill would enable that he presented the measure ence to enforcing the health laws full blooms and three small .., sbuds.
--231.440 11,812.00 share was apportioned to the number of farmers in the state. farmers to meet the requirementsand merely as a suggestion making no of the city. Sam was referred to It may be seen at the Tel*,
several funds in proportion to the The proposed bill would createa take advantage of this market. demand that the legislature' accept the City Health Officers with instruction graph office; one of Mrs. Moore's i
.---1,4 73,608 138,315 1932 assessed millage of the follow State Agricultural Marketing Fifty per cent of the grain, peas his views. He stated, however, to rigidly enforce all bloom measure eight Inches ,
ing funds In the following Board and would provide for the and beans now grown in the state, that there was great need of constructive law pertaining to this matter. across; It may also be seeD at
]GOON KILLING amounts: General fund, $2,00589; purchase of suitable sites for erection Mr. Mayo said, are wasted becauseof legislation in the Florida Council I I. recorded a* favoring Mitchell's Drug Store. +
IS MELD JUSTIFIED fine and forfeiture fund $1,743.53; of assembling plants to properly weevils; while about onehalfof school system at this time and he bill permitting the city of Starketo These fine lilies are more examples -
-- widow's pension fund $290.59; agricultural handle all staple farm prod our sweet potatoes rot In the expected the legislature to pass accept their bonds at par value of what Bradford County
coroner's Inquest held re- fund, $290.59, to meet ucts including field crops, meats, ground.The some sort of measure along the for taxes. soil can produce. Other recent exhibits .
In Baker County before the current expenses of these varIous dairy products and poultry. bill I. designed to help the lines he recommended.By The following bills were ordered Included an eighteen-pound {
JUdge Prank Dwltos, held funds. These assembly plants under the farmer In providing a market out- paid: cabbage grown by L. V. Moore
e killing, of Ben Rigdon, on The commissioners accepted a plan would purchase farm products let through state institutions and a vote of 82 to 7 the House W E. Thornton salary April and several two and a quarter-
day 19, Was justifiable, and contract signed by 3. W. Brown and hold them for use In state mtitutiona. the storage at assembly plants for of Representatives passed a bill to night marshal $7700; A. L. Alvarez pound carrots grown by A. F. Mur-
i-'ea DaVis shot and killed and presented by H. O. Brown of Meats would be processed all surpluses over and above their consolidate the Fresh Water Fish salary April, chief of police, rhee. ..
In defense' of hIs life. Lake Butler which provided thatJ. cured and refrigerated.Such needs. and Game Commission, the Geological $100.00; Nick Thomas, salary special r
witnegaea were heard and W. Brown would post the high- field crops as beans, peas and Department, and the Shell police duty, $3.00; G. W. Alder BIRTHS j
e Was conducted by State's ways of Bradford county, keep the grains would be dried and treated Interest In School Bill Fish Commission Into one department man councilman, $2; P. M. Bare- kMr
'v A. S. Crews of Starke. posts painted, and pay the Clerkof against weevils. Eggs would be to operate under a commission fo9t. councilman, $2: ; O. L. Beas- and Mr*. Charley Manning
ron.;. jury i was composed: the Circuit Court the sum of graded and tested and stored The administration's school bill composed of the governor and ley, councilman, $2; W. M. Ed- Lawtey, girl. April 22.
. Crews, Tate powell. John twenty-five centa per post per against i over-production. Stock Introduced by Senator Cetzen as his cabinet. wards, councilman, $2; T. N. Ken- Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Bennett (
t. n. C. Bussed Horace month In return for the right to feeds would be mixed and ground.A Senate bill No. 183, has created As originally presented this bill ,drick councilman $2; Carl Johns, Lawtey, girl, April 27. e
!Iand 0. D. Bethea. place a clean, attractive advertise- small fee would be charged for outstanding Interest throughoutthe provided for the inclusion of the ,salary city clerk, April, $6000; W. :Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Gaaklna.
eVidence of the wltnessea ment on top of each mile post. this service and the farmers who entire state. Practically every State Forestry. Department in this. W Baisden, feeding and caring for Lawtey, boy, April 27. r 6t 6tWf
that Rigdon| was walking Mr. L B. Alexander of Waldo patronize the assembling plants family In Florida Ie personally In- group, but It wa* decided In view prisoners, $8.25; Harold C. Wall Insurance '
''with, a knife In each hand. and Mr. G. H. Cairns of Gaines- would be given the facilities of a terested in this measure. of the recent reforestation move fire truck, $130.00; General HOUND AND SQUARE D. NC1 ,
bad a sister of Da- ville appeared before the board In broader market outlet. The measure la now In the handsof by the Federal Government which Industries Inc., insecticides, -
the trouble resulting In the regard to working Bradford Coun- Commissioner Mayo states that a Joint committee and! while a touch on Florida to let this. department $60.80; Starke Telephone, Company The American Legion Auxiliary
hooting, Is alleged to have ty convicts in Alachua County. approximately $60,000,000 worth number of substitutes and amend- remain as a separate phone city hall, $3.60; R. C. Bu- Is I sponsoring; another dance Fri.
used by in feeling between Upon motion of L. L Conner, duly of r food products of all kinds are ments have been proposed It 1.s re- organization. ford, fire chief, two flrea $4; Calvin day night at the Legion home.
J"en seconded Mallory Thomas and brought Into the state annually.The ported that little headway has Johns fireman two fires, $2;
naccounof a re- by Music will be furnished by Yeomen -
;?ration of agreed to enter state's bill for food products been made. Probably several Important Governor Sholtz ha* signified his Louie Kahr fireman, two fire, $2; NA
It was
Rigdon and his. by vote Brothers' Orchestra. 'I.... public -
into a contract with the board of alone averages $50,000 a month. changes will be made be- approval of a joint resolution of 'Cha. Darby, fireman, two fire la Invited. a
bond trustees of Alachua County 36,000 meals are served dally at the Fore the bill is. reported for floor the House and Senate adopted )I'$2; Julian L. Peek Jr., fireman, ,

twebl. Greece have been Diat. No. I, to let Alachua County various state Institutions. The discussion. School official were early in the session to provide for two fires, $2; J. T. Griff, fireman, Millaa, fireman, two fire, $2; n
the increased diff work Bradford County convicts In Road Department alone could consume asked by the committee to present I the appointment of a joint comI -t two flrea, $2;-Eldredg Roblnaoji, James Lewis, fireman, one fire $1;
Importing. (Continued on page B.J.; all the forage and feed crops their own bill for consideration I Continued on page 5.} If fireman, two fires, $3; Merrill Mc1 -[W. R. Tatum, fireman, one fire U.rahforb .


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: TWO .., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STAIU E,.._FLORIDA- -- ---. --- ---- -.____ u __. _. _______._FItJl\\_ ,. Jf.ty <
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and Sunday evening for the camps., to be left! on base with the third

I -I- HAMPTON Gum Branch RAIFORD Cecil Sapp of Brunswick, Ga., put out. And the %VorstisYet to Com

I was here over the week-end as the In the closing weeks the rules

MlM Ada Nh_.*. Cur. Elizabeth Harnage Cor. Red Kerce, Cor.AllenSweat. guest of his mother and brother, committee of the house will make -
L Mrs. G. C. Sapp and Wilbur Sapp. a special order. This means that

The Hampton baseball team will Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Spires were certain Important bills will be selected -
William Groover, who had been here the' week-end as the and to final
over brought passage
at the ball Friday Interest to
a present city A marriage of much
spending a few days here with Mr1', and Mrs.N. _
guests of her parents while others will be left stranded.
at 8:1 "A Poor Married I
night : friends In this part of the countyIs _
relatives and friends left Sundayfor
T. Rlfch. This expedite matters so far r
may I
Man. The cast includes: Professor that of Miss Rocllle Sweat of
k'' his home In Miami, and was Joe Cason, local filling station as the house is concerned and con-
Wlae, Gordon Wadsworth,, RaIford to Mr. Lowell W. Allen of
accompanied home by his mother, owner was displaying a fine look- ceding that the rules committeewill Q
Jr. Graham Marvin Williams
Dr. ,,
Fort White.
Mrs. R. C. Groover, who has been Ing fox.'etill In his 'teens, from allaccounts use good judgment. But it E' .
Jupiter Jackson, Verl Manlre Billy The young couple, accompaniedby : 44
visiting her. We were In a hurry will if the senate has =
mean nothing
Blake, Harmon Morgan, Mrs. Iona Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Sapp and
Monday when Joe let us take a idea of what is needed
Ford, Annie Laura Tucker, Zole, Mrs. Drew C Sweat, motored to a different
little daughter, Gwendolyn, spent
to ask whetherit
glimpse forgot
Oleta Barksdale, June Graham, and with Starke Thursday afternoon of last legislation.
Johns Roslland Wilson, Saturday night Sunday E. K. was a catch of his own or not, House bills passed In this man
Marjorie Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.Mr. week where Judge Perry-
The under but we are under the impression ner may be left to take their\ DAN
Carry Wynn. pIa3is/ and Mrs. Joe Dobbs and little man performed the ceremony.The
the direction of Mrs. Walter Grif Violet the bride is the attractive that It was. places at the bottom cf the sen-
daughter, were Mrs. Ira T. and son,
Young ate calendar where, they may be
fin. and
Har- daughter of Mrs A. T. Sapp,
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Sponsored by the merchants and guests i was graduated last term from Charles, have returned from a when the session ends.
nage Sunday. I week's visit with her parents Mr. Bills dealing with public schools/ ,
business men, a beauty contest Mr. William Groover and Eliza I grammar school here. She is ,
at These and Mrs. J. L. Morgan at Fort automobile tags, bond refunding,
will be held the play. beth Harnage were vlnltlng MissDorothy widely known In this town as wellas I
girls will represent the following of Starke Saturday throughout the county.Mr. Meade."Shorty". citrus fruits, appropriations, and
places of business: Johnson's Ser- afternoon.Mrs. Sapp. Allen Is a young businessman Whittley, a mighty industrious possibly some new revenue meas- L 1 lsNf

vice Station, Edna Harrison; Ever W. F. Harnage Is spendinga of Fort White, where they will truck grower and strawberry ures will be given advantageous '
Ready Cafe, Willie Mae Hinson; while with her daughter and son- make their future home. After raiser WAS the first to introduce positions by both houses and will 4 t
O. L. Harrison Grace Adklns Sax the pint crates of berries receive first consideration.
; Mrs. Joe Dobbs. spending a while here with friends
in-law Mr. I
on the local loading platform."Shorty" ... .
Store Okie Hinson )
Grocery : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norman and relatives the young couple will --- j
Harper's Drug Store, Marjorie were the guests of Mr and Mrs. leave for their new home, with a brought in the first two
?r Johns; City Fish Market Myrtice J. S. Sapp Sunday. wide circle of friends offering congratulations Monday afternoon.E ,
r Hall; Pringle's Barber Shop Jessie Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp to them both and B.4 Andrews was a business HIGHLAND
Mae Dennison; J. V. Jones' Dry and Gladys Keene were visiting wishing them a happy life throughout visitor to Tallahassee Saturday. I
in M. E. Crews Cor.
Rains slacked considerably
i Goods and Store Oleto
Grocery af their married days.
Miss Elizabeth Harnage Sunday
r Barksdale; Hagan's Grocery Store, ternoon. the past weeks and things are _

Lillian Tucker; City Barber Shop, Miss Hazel Sapp spent Saturday The teachers review school conducted almost moving along see the nicely.corn A person and other can M. L. Crews was visiting relatives

Mary Elizabeth Wynn; WadsworthBrothers' night and Sunday with her sister, I by the professors R. D. vegetables growing.Speche here Sunday. r
t Naval Store Annie Mrs. R. Conner. Altman, formerly principal of this Mrs. Effie Carter attended the 'pTI:

t. Laura Tucker. Miss Agnes Sapp Is spending a ,school, and Richard Warren, prin- funeral of her grandfather, S. J.
B I. few days at Lawtey with her cous- cipal for the last two terms at CostlyTo Starling at Long Branch cemetery
Birthday Party in Miss Doris Burney. Lake Butler Union High School, Saturday.

. Mrs. H. B. Wiggins entertained was opened here Monday morning. Taxpayers F.. M. Crews and grandsons,
In honor of her daughter,
f recently Cecil Hardee and Marion McCor-
Miss Mary Wiggins' sixteenth GRAHAM One of these days, if the straw $20 Per Minute Is Estimated wick, were visitors to Starke Sunday -
birthday. The parlor was beautifully berry season doesn't quit making Expense of Legislative : Ingiol _. -

f. decorated with spring flow ,HIM EI1. .J..._., c... us tell so many "fibs", were goingto Talk Mrs. M. C. McEwen of Lakeland,
.t' Preliminary studies show that| Luminous
ers. railroad
get all riled up and completely] attended the funeral of her father, signal
,.I Interesting games were enjoyed Thoy Dyal Die, stop mentioning it at all in our (By John Kilgore) S. J. Starling at Long Branch Saturday Florida fruits and vegetables conare clearly visible in tjrlgtii
Z on the lawn by forty-three young Mr. Thoy A. Dyal, son of Mr and news. At any rate though two Tallahassee, April 28.-Nearing I tats farlly high percentages of io light or thick! fog; nave bed
11. people, many of them classmates Mrs. O. W. Dyal of Graham, died cars of berries were shipped from to the halfway mark In point of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter and dine. out in Switzerland.

of the honorea. At the conclusion last Tuesday, April 17 In a Wau- here last week by local growers. I time, tha 1933 legislature baa hard- :. children, made a business trip to
a large birthday cake, bearing sixteen left the in
post accomplishment.
chula hospital, after an operationfor While growers were counting on Gainesville Wednesday of last
1 candles, was sliced, and served appendicitis on April 3. selling to local markets, it seemed I The beer subjects Is the only ma- week.

I with delicious' : cream''' to- the parties Mr Dyal was born at Graham to get a little too heavy for themto jor one which has reached anything Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent of
ipants. handle they shipped these. A i like conclusive action and the calendars Starke [_+ Do You Know?
'f June 21. 1890. He was united In so visited friends here Sunday. +
Mrs. Wiggins assisted in
was loaded with
. marriage to Misa Minnie Shaw of telegram early Saturday of last : are important Mrs. N. T. Green Miss Ethel
serving by Mrs. Monnle Bugg and week that the first car bills that cannot hope to be carefully Ricks and
Brooker In 1011. They lived here reported I C. M. Griffis were visitors -
1' Mrs. K. B. Watterson. All enjoyeda considered if reached at all
for several years before they mov- that, was shipped was selling ,in i to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. .
I .
a pleasant evening and left wishIng The cost of session of the Florida
New York at an of ten a : H.
ed to Wauchula where they since average C. Wimberly and C. M.
: Mary many happy birthdays. made their home. cents a quart, while a great manyof legislature may be somewhat: Griffis attended a union meetingat

t Mr. Dyal is survived by his wife, the pints were going at twelve less this time but usually it is closeto Black Pond Friday. They were
. Those from Hampton, who have !Mrs. Minnie Dyal; his parents, Mr. and thirteen cents. From reportslike a quarter of a million dollars. delegates from the Highland Bap-
enlisted for six months service In and Mrs. O. W. Dyal; three children this pints seem to have the The cost of each hour the legisla- tist Church.

... r President Roosevelt's Conservation Mrs. Minnie Mae Lee, Ray upper hand, and quite a few crates ture is In session cannot be accurately Mrs. W. A. Bessent and Mrs. N.
'1 and Reforestation Corps are: Earnest and Theo Dyal; two grandchildrenof of these packed went forward in computed, but it Is not T. Green and children of Starke,
,' Morgan, Woodrow Hicks andy the car-mentioned. A good far from twenty dollars a minute
Avon Park; five brothers, Wes- manyof spent Tuesday here with Mrs. H.
. Coleman Tucker. ley and Irvin Dyal of Graham, the growers are highly In favorof or ten dollars for each house. A I C. Wimberly and family.
: Rev. F. M. Taylor and family, ,Truby Dyal of Waldo, T, D. Dyalof the pint crates for shipping pur five minutes speech costs the taxpayers Wv
attended the fifth Sunday meeting Brooker and Lee Dyal of Tallahassee poses and It is the opinion of the fifty dollars and when the The cowslip possesses sedative

'1:' of theI! New River Association, ; six sister, Mrs. Lola Stokesof writer that they will take well here legislature spends a day on discussion properties and has been used as an
t which convened at Deadon last Brooker, Mrs. Elsie Wasdtn of next season. ot .a bill the taxpayers dig anodyne. .
:" Sunday. Waldo, Mrs. Mlttle Hllllard of Work on the house being built by down for about $3,000 for each -

':'. Miss Lillian Tucker is visiting Pompano, Mrs. Annie HL'llard\ of Paul Knabb here is progressing house.It Robert Morris, who helped finance -
with friends and relatives in Macon Trilby, Mrs. Ruby Brit and Mrs. nicely and we hope to see a new has been pointed out by legislators the Revolutionary War fail
;'' Ga. Gladys Strickland of Ocala. bungalow In the near future where. that frequently discussionof I ed in business.
-:: Mrs. Q. L. Harrison and Mrs. P. Funeral services were held at the old one stood. some' 'limalt' economy item costs a
: B. Hunt attended a meeting of the 2 o'clock Wednesday from the Miss Robbie Rivers of Lake But more than the possible saving. Re-
;; Starke Grove of Woodmen Circle, Baptist church at Graham. Inter- ler, was over here during the week- cently when the governor's salary The ensign reserved for the ex-
11 1 last Tuesday evening. ment was In the Slant Cemetery. end as the guest of Miss Elinor was under discussion the time consumed clusive use of the president of the
't''r Services were conducted by Rev. Redd. by the senate cost almost U. S. was adopted In May 1916.

< F. M.. Taylor of Hampton. E. W. Tompkins and son, Mal- as much as the salary reductionfor
Heilbronn colm, were business visitors to a year. The home of the old Stenton gar ,
j Mrs. J. F. Ralley returned to her Gainesville several days last week.A More than one thousand bills dens Philadelphia, Is now the head ,

'i Ml** ThctiM ft...*.. c... home Tuesday after spending several party was given at the homeof have been introduced. Probablynot quarters of the Colonial Dames.
h. days with her sister, Mrs. L. :Miss Madeline Tompkins last more than two a day are being -
4 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Norman of C. Smith. Tuesday night. A number of her passed on an average at the present Gunpowder was known to the ,
! Miami, are spending a few days Mrs. Rosa Jones and Mrs. D. J. Friends were invited. Music was time. This rate of speed will Chinese several centuries before its

$y here with his grandparents, Mr., Bird of Tampa, were visiting relatives furnished by Dave and Cecil Kerceof be Increased materially in the final Invention In, Europe.The .
and Mrs. John demons. and friends here over the j I I Orlando. At a late hour In the month but on some of the impor-
A large crowd attended the box weekend.Mr. night coffee and sandwiches were tant bills days will be consumed by chief of producing states for lFAnrgl

a supper given at the school house and Mrs. Victor Padgettof I served to the guests. both houaea granite are Maine, Massachusetts,
last Friday night. v Houston, Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yarbrough The inescapable result is that Vermont and Delaware.
Leo Edwards was in our section Mrs. Padgett's parents Mr. and and Mrs. Red Kerce were shoppingIn scores of bills, some of them ? ; e..d.. rm.rTHAT

I Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. E. Call. Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. worthy and with full approval of The largest human skeleton ever Lock Number 8 of the Wellamd Canal an Important |
1 Miss Essie Crawford, Mildred Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith were Four local boys have succeeded hard working committee., will die found was near Miamlsburg', Ohio St. Lawrence Deep Waterway Scheme, Is the longest i CI
Sanders, Josephine and Pauline dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. In getting into the reforestation on the calendar at the end of the a locality of mound builders. ''In the world Between Its Inner. gates It has. length ct1.31D 1
ad Green all attended the dance at M. Johnson of Waldo Sunday. work. Malcolm Tompkins, S. B. session. Baseball fans can well understand I This Is 68 feet longer than the new lock on the North Sea C.
Starke Friday night. Brooks, Ralph Thornton and Mack I how this Is like the pro- Rails--Outlook continues to be land, and 30 feet longer than the two locks on the American I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter spent Automobiles In Palestine now to- Sweat are the ones that have been cedure of getting a hit, stealing more encouraging, but profits are the Ssult Ste. Marie canal. The photograph shows boat In Ml

Sunday the guests of her parents, tal 3368. taken. They departed Saturday second, being driven to third only still at the vanishing point. land Canal.

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brother R. IT. Parmenter Sunday.Mr. WELL OOLL'1' TO err MARRIKD ( re WIDOW PLANTLM .- 4A1

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stick of chewing gum and the foil TROUSERS TALKED tity of the robber or robbers who their "railroading" without beingread. I There are over 32,000 )island Jn
lodged in her lung. It was at the Miami Beach-Now they're talkIng broke 'into the Florida National Lake Huron.
very bottom of the lung when Bet- about requiring full Guard
r armory here but week and -
ty Jo coughing steadily, was tak- trousers at meetings of the city made with 79 automatic How It's DoneIt
E STATE NEWS en to the Children's Hospital. Using council the same u full length and more than 1000 rounds pistols of la the custom In reading a local OVl.n wow"
that bill "In full" for the
remarkable reading
Instrument the bathing suits
are required at the ammunition belonging to the officers 1
bronchoscope, doctors looked beach. clerk to say "A bill blab blah, third
down It
started 1I
when Councilman
and of
men D. The
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs into the lung, removed the tinfoil, William Burbrtdge appearedat robbery was not Company discovered until reading of the bill In full." In the I

.J and saved Betty .To'. life. a council meeting san coat and early this afternoon. Guard officers senate the full roll Is called but
with no one votes. In the house, asa I
short trousers.
-- "There shouldbe after notifying Federal authorities -
--P ...... an ordinance full rule only about a dosen names
___ 1Ii1.------- I_ BARNS BLOWN DOWN requiring began a thorough check are even called. The
Journal shows
length trousers to be worn, at official of the ordinance and supply room,
Madison-A cyclone last week that the bill was read In full and
MOEM LITERATURE county potato cannery has been blew meeting of the council" said which were among those entered.
o sg&AnetSterature busily canning No. 3 over five tobacco barn on Councilman Edgar Louts that all members present voted
A campaign potatoes for the Simklna farm ten Keullng. -
miles west of j
magazines wa the unemployed since! March 23 this city. All of the barns But the council took no official ac PROTECT TURTLE EGGS aye.The ;

orlAndo when the city and when the plant closed at noon vacant except one, into which were Dan tion. Stuart-Martin County Com reading of a few words la notreading a'i
II directed the atten- Saturday, 4600 cases had been seal- Walker and Theodore mercial Fishermen's Association the bill in full. Each leg-
peen to the ed, making 110,400 cans each holding Pralelgh had islator who thus takes part In the
of police -
the chief Just put a hundred sacks of cottonseed SEARCH FOR ROPY through J. P. Blakeslee secretary,
of local bills nullifies
tubers passage the
Uterature. each for distribution
such favors
egalnst meal This part of the barn Daytona Beach-Police patrolled proposed legislation sponsored constitution.
the Journal entries
among unemployed of the was left standing and the meal the beach here all night In a fruit- by the Shell Fish Commission -
State. made at the Instance. of the legislature -
EN DEPARTS was damaged very little, or not at l less search for the body of Wal- to make it Illegal for anyoneto are false entries.
vWa Returning to all. Considerable lace Mallette dig or of the Every mem-
rain and nail accompanied 20-year-old DeLeon possess eggs loggerhead ber of the house and senate knows
for a few days before.rtUre FLORIDA MELONS MOVE the wind.DEAF Springs boy who was drowned turUe. The giant sea turtle It.

to assume her poet Lakeland-Polk county first while swimming: in the aurf Sun -, which spawn during moon-
to Denmark carload of watermelons of the season day. Monday dragging operationsand light nights in the Summer on Some citizens do not know It And UfP TO yvor MI* fa w....-11-
liter Bah rolled out of AND DUMB END TERM Florida's beaches when they come and down every nerve tt hlgfe tendon.
left here by plane. here last Friday search with airplanes was resumed -, are In danger of gaze
a night consigned to Chicago R. T. St. Augustine Annual com- Young Mallette, who could extinction unless protective legislation first in awed respect they cannot Ne wonder you ins> at the wife

Morris broker, reported today. mencement exercises of the State not swim, went beyond his depth is passed, N. B. Lloyd, dep- suppress a laugh of astonishment and Water bark .at the children.
eutt Overwork
L WILL BE SPEAKER The melons were grown by D. E. School for the Deaf and the Blind and was carried out by the tide uty shell fish commissioner for ment, disillusionment\ and and de- .istiu* may lead to

flle.Doyle E. Carlton, of Murphy and sons and constituted will be held at the school, the night while his mother. Mrs. Henry this district, declared on a recent rision when they see the legislature r". Nervous Headache SJeepleaa-, NJr*-
governor of Florida the earliest shipment on record of May 10, with Dr. Lincoln Hul- Mailette, and sisters. Lucille and I visit here.Local "passing" a local bill.\ a w* Iooandataor

tver loaner the baccalaureate ad- here.. They brought $750. ley, president of Stetson University Gertrude, looked on helpless to t The only excuse for this procedure OMT unpleasant dbtorbanewh
twenty-eighth com- DeLand, as the speaker. This give him aid. Bills Pass la expediency. It la argued that Why don't yon try Dr. H0.*fKffrrcnt
the University of TERRIFIC HAIL year there are to be two graduates, i the legislature would not have timeto Nervine Tablet?
Ut of the STORM
both from the Department for the pass bills if they were passed Jost one la a half glass d
it has Ocala WILD In Odd
[ Monday, June 6, Considerable damage LIFE FILMED Manner .ter make
a pleasant
Deaf Charles I according to the mandate of the
President John was caused McNellly of Miami, DeLand-In iDr.
panted\ by by a terrific hall and and Jive Rozler the famous hunting constitution.The line drink delfcktfuny .e
windstorm that swept through a Leesburg. ground beyond the St. Johns river to oviar-taxtd nerrea.
\\rlter .
narrow strip of central Florida late j near DeLand a panther hunt is /Sajs That MeUiod< Draws K0* Nervtn .fa ...

HEADS ELKS Friday. Damage was particularly BIDS ON DAVIS SHORES being shot by the Grantland Rice Big Laugh From largest number of people In Mad fa tw term*-.LfapiM mlBJraaieaeent

n&, Beach Frank E.elected. heavy in a few sections in Lake St. Augustine ThompsonRyman Sportllghts Company a* a ''part of: Galleries' history now live on farms In the Tablet, Both )sate

_,?. Lake City, was county, below Leesburg, It was reported Realty Company local concern an adventure film which carries ill (By John-Kilgore) United of States.Agriculture The U.sets S. the Department figure tbe ease ljM at soothing yo.r drag effect..... ;,

1 the Florida State Elk as- where citrus trees were defoliated wall a high bidder for various locale from Everglades to north Tatfahasnee .
April 28.Just before at .
32,242.000, a gain of a mil '
o at the closing session omeeting f and ferneries were hit assets of the Davis Shores ern Florida, according to a statement '''''" 1!'
Florida's august senate votedon lion
1 here last week hard. Properties Inc., at public sales made by Jack Eaton, direc- over last year. b ,
the beer bills
time out
was tak-
ahassee was chosen as the here Monday. The Company bid I tor. "This film wll\ show a part of
en to local b
pass a measure and at '
Florida that Poultry la found on 40,623 farmsIn 1trf.ff ii
Iveatlon city. SANFORD OKTS SMALLER $3,800 for property which Includes few people know, this weird procedure the
Sanford Nearly five square approximately 1400 lots and fiv eof said Mr. Eaton, "-the last stand laughed. The president gallery rappedsharply Florida, according to census figures.

IMAV MOR WINS miles of farm and residential prop houses; $1,025: for personal prop- primitive life In the. United for order. And order was a

i Mrs. Eula Dunn of erty with a 1932 assessed valuation erty, notes, etc. City county and States restored. But who could blame the

Florida's only woman of over $300,000, most of it land State taxes to 1931 are $80,000 citizens of Florida who watchedthe
Iwho wag elected for herm that was talfen into the City of which must be assumed by the FREE ADMISSION procedure for laughing? Wake Up Your Liver Bile''

In the town elections at Sanford during the "boom" period, purchaser, if the bid Is confirmedby 'I DeLand-Many Florida men and And who could blame them a !
[last week Opposed by an will be excluded from the city if the court.CABBAGE women have written the offices' of short time later for suppressinga

lent candidate, Mrs. Dunn the State Legislature adopts a bill the Florida Commission; Centuryof smile when an ardent'dry sena- -Without Calomel ,

by an overwhelming that was endorsed by the city commissioners PALM BOOTJACKS Progress, in this city, to ask tor spoke feelingly of his venera- ..
Flagler Beach Three care of what the admission fees 'will be tion for the constitution of this --
bootjacks taken from the charged those who wlah to see the state and hill determination not to And Youll Jump Out of Bed It thte bO. k sot flowta* nail your food
r SEASON SINCE 1028I OCALA ATTORNEY Florida exhibits at the forthcoming violate his oath 4o.n't dl*- II Jest dmjre U th. bn...il..
SHOT palms on the Bon Terrace estates by nullifying any
I World's Fair in in the Morning Rarin'to GoIf OM bloats tooaek. You h. .
More building permits Ocala Emanuel M. Martin, north of Flagler Beach have been Chicago. "The provision of it? up iron T athick.
tn Issued at Miami Beach answer to.that question," said Earl The .bd tart....your berth b foal skis
prominent here senate had, but a few minutes
attorney was killed shipped during the last two week
feeillOU1' and sunk and the
itl W. Brown you often bracks out to bUmbhw. Yew b>Ml
than In month since manager of the Florida
by t an accidental before, Just as a matter of
gunshot wound to the Wooten Fibre
Company in world looks don't swallow
exhibit punk, a achy sad fool dews ud at.Yam.holI .
ember. Half a dozen "Is that no admission fees you
( good received in his home I routine and for the sake of
Sunday after Jacksonville. After the process of will be expediency of salts, mineral water, oil, laxative .law r. poIooo.....
deals have been charged to see the
I ely re- noon. The fatal shot was heard by cleaning out and straightening exhibit, Florida violated a provision on almost candy or chewing gum and expect: Uk. .tt or other
Miami merchans say pros the victim's wife and son. They cross fibers= the material is used exhibits any of the State every local bill that passes them to make you suddenly sweet PrUJI to..t th. M two poaub ol bite
e good for an excellentThe rushed into the except, of course, the ad- either house. The constitution and and full of sunshine.
room where he for making brushes, brooms and I mission requires buoyant flowing freely' sad auk. jnra fad"up....apt"
season just closed had been cleaning his guns and similar articles. This shipment the paid at the main gates of that each bill be read in full For they cant do It. They only Thy oeUln wondwful. tutnnlM, genes

|best since 192, they say. found him dead, the fuU charge of I will be followed by more during exposition. before it can be passed and It also move the bowels and a mere move- .otabl.! utnata,muitac whoa. U wau*(. i

buckshot having entered just above the next few months. prohibits local bills on certain sub- ment doesn't get at the cause. The nuking the bU(low fiMly.But .
TA WATER COSTLY the heart. SANFORD ARMORY ROBBED jects. In order to nullify both provisions reason for your down-and-out feelingis don't oak for UnrplllhA i for Carts

ft City officials have ret Sanford-Local police are tracing legislators by custom frame your liver. It should pour out two Little LJTM PHI*.Lock for....BUM C.rUr-
they are considering LONE WOLF KILLED FAILURES ARE COSTLY i down every known clue that local bills so that they read like pounds of liquid bile Into your bowel LtttU Uwr PHU o. the nd ....... B. it a.ubatltntataeatsliotoroa
d I costs of a soft waterBarasota Milton-Owners of sheep and Tallahassee Beginning with may lead to discovery) of the Iden- general bills and then concur in daily. 0118lC.M.C.. :. "

r utilizing the hogs in the northern of Santa the 1933-34 term at Florida State ---- ______on
from Sarasota bay In Rosa County have apparently solved College for Women, students falling __ .__" ; J
9 of costly salt brine nec- the mystery disappearance in courses will be required to
surrounding a
p convert the present Hard of many animals from pay $2.50 for each hour failed before ,

ply into a usable pro- their herds In recent months. A being allowed to repeat the
course or substitute another In its
large wolf was killed a few
days place, according to a recent ruling '
ago by H. Y. Broxson and Walter
of the State Board of Control. The
Williams, residents of that section, Taking
of the measure is at-
SEE: BREAKS RECORD and since that event the disappearance purpose an
Movement of tempt to lessen the number of fail
vege- of sheep and hogs is said to:
lt ures and to in Indirect
t of the upper Everglades have ceased. try an man-

'k smashed all records, ,- ner to induce better scholarship,
district also has beaten college authorities stated
out i sugar production rec- Tallahassee-The highest honor Chase Out Purchase

Bewspaper tabulation show than can be awarded to an American PENSACOLA FEELS GOOD

today. College newspaper was conferred Along with the Inspiring news

IHVG on the Florida Flambeau, anent the location of a steel fabricating

.DOG STORY' student weekly publication at FlorIda shop, shipyard, graving dock
|w>ee state Senator D. State College for Women, last and other. staggering information I

piUls of DeFunlak Springs week when it received notification when made'' folks in this vicinityfeel I

Faioclated Press news dIsm that'All-American rating had been good, there now comes another 4.., J
| Tallahassee on April 21 given It by the National Scholastic announcement of the plans .y). '
d him when it said he Press Association for the location of at ft:; ;
I to recognized au a brewery a Advertising benefits the man who buys as well as the
.' other senators as "bay- thority in the field of college pub point just outside the'city limits./ I yt: ,.r"; -' ,
| during debate on a bill lications. The proposed plant, according o :
|e salaries of state off J- plans made public, contemplatesan t

TINFOIL IN LUNG outlay of $300,000. Employment 'j r' > man who sells. It is part of the Golden Rule of Business
Tampa-Betty Jo Exum, aged to 300 men is also one of the
I OR NEEDY three less one week, swallowed apiece developments in this new proposed

Beach The Flagler of tinfoil wrapper from a venture. .

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PAGE Form m ___ BRADFORD COtJNTT: TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA... ..___ __._____ ______ .._ _._.____..__ .__ =_ FRID.11'. Mw_.,..
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1 I' to Harmonize With Spring Fashionsin -

r 1 S i I ,; : I Accentuating Feminine Grace and ChaI I

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in I
11 : ; Make-Up

4 i' Tri-County Federation : Give Way to More

ac,c In Lake Butler Complexions.
J National/ Beauty Iiutilutt r

: \ for spring and summer
The Tri-County Federation comprising -
y Woman's Clubs of Bradford for glad to report, are going to ao- '
feminine and charm I 'Wf4
Union and Baker Counties I than before grace since the I LIir
will meet Monday :May 8, at 3:00: ever :
war. The mascallne -
p. m., in Lake Butler with the for lines to
4' club there as hostess.
popular until
ly The meeting will) be given over J
the past few
to the discussion of Education and
nsons now '
Public Welfare-subjects of inter-
Mr r.aem r: doflnltely
eat to everyone. "out'nd In .
The following program has- been be 1 their place "we c
arranged: are going to'',
Report of Starke Woman's Club
the softer
E. MIddleton. ing
Mrs. W
curves of femininity.
4r.- Report of Lake Butler Woman's ; LLM
Club-Mrs. D. C. Knighton. 3 d p
t Report of Union County Red P rev lows
which I have
Cross-Mrs. A. C. Strickland. To (
.e n prlvt-
Report of Bradford County Red -Ml Vlvaudou.b.
TM leged to attend I
Cross-Mrs. N. D. WaInwrIght. I
ruffles and ruffles Out
more I
Needs of the Schools In Bradford .
( I
and flutlngs yards of lace-
Supt. A. J. Griffle.f lace) I edgings, plenty of feminine w '
Needs of the Schools In UnionIiv # r
%'' Supt. T. S. Thomas. accents of organdy and pique >,
nl of soft velvet coat., sleeves
All io
:' V At this time both auperlntend-
perk piquantly; on each nhoul-
ents will be glad to discuss Impending tend. '
: dresses of stiffened organdy
choolleglslll.tlon with the club !I
layers of chiffon and a multi-
+ members.
) I of new cotton creations that YGp.'F

.: 1 rsn AUXILIARY TO MEET BY I promise r. of being extremely Dorothy Jordan' Dreti and Make-up Exemplify the

I I things in corduroy; are also I Softer Curve of' Femininity
The American
a Legion Auxiliary
to be very much In evidence.
'p; will hold Its regular meeting Tuesday Pate A length coats loosely; Short jackets of white pique that dazzflng array of soft tlr,,
afternoon, May 9th at 3:3O and with wide loose the uniform of prwders.
; sleeves, suggest a snappy rouges and llpstlcU>
o'clock at the Legion home. All night set ; shown. They; ha re a rath bellhop are also going to be worn. are especially designed !il
members are asked to be pre ent. sizeable fasten with dozen with the l
the ; backllne pockets, They a or so ultra-feminine tr>!
.. I the Inevitable: flared :collar. buttons, usually In a doublebreasted Jacket., as well as the oenj
LADIES AUXILIARY TO MEET I a I I there are the corduroy two- effect, and offer a splendid con clothes. r
suits that are very new and trast to the extreme feminine motifof Harsh styles In make-up, L
} The Ladles' .Auxiliary of the ;;was not }t \ .:. 'familiar because of their the balance of the costume. formal ejebrowa, and com!
.' r Presbyterian church will meet -to the good old Norfolk Cosmetics naturally are going to that look like casual mo.|
Tuesday afternoon at three thirty the ; I They; come In deep blue and be In harmony with this feminine paintings are definitely ,
+Ia o'clock at the home of Mrs. T. S. The ; brown mostly; are made emphasis In garments. I recently stead complexions are to i
q 'li Williams. Mrs. E. M. Davis will pockets, pleats, belt and all the enjoyed a private demonstration natural and of the higher p
;c, L have charge of the program. The jured loss swank of the old-time fa- conducted by; the styliit for Melba tints that give a clear |loJ
r study for. the afternoon will be said cosmetics and she in wed me a feet to the skin.
Latin America.
Australian government has
: cars a committee to Investi The catch of shad in the Potomac Italy is reclaiming Ita v
r{; the wool Industry, from pro- river in 1932 was he third I aria land. This Is expected t U. to selling and to formulate
The Circles of the Baptist W, M. 1 for Its rehabilitation. largest in history. room for 600,000 more cltlid
t .U. will meet Monday afternoon at
i Iff threethirty.Circle .
s v No. 1 Invented smokeless pow-
will meet with Mrs. '
A. M. Darby. on,
a Circle Nd. 2 with Mrs. O. W. K. NOTICEStrawberries
':Alderman. male Hornbell of Southern
p Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Ray New- and Africa feed the female,
s som. home is plastered In a hollow tree,

w iance son I ; incubation. shipped in pint crates from Lawteyl

WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET"The loll New York should not'cost over $1.40 per crate delhed

ti, i : in I'c. scheme to colonize the Mis- In the store. Bring in your account sales and if.1
t( Woman's Club of Starke Valley cost the French
will hold their regular monthly $340,000,000 when it have been charged more on a car that I iced, re-ifj

4, I meeting Wednesday afternoon, : loaded and pre-cooled I will pay you the difference.T 1

:May hous.10, at 3:30: o'clock at the club her now has to Import Ivory offer holds good until May 151933. Will close my I bor

4 The house committee with Mrs. of, to scarcity of wild elephants. for the year then and will not be in position to helps

G. M. Inman as'chairman, will June afterwards.
d d have Charge of.the program. Hostesses did not come into gen-
k l4 for the afternoon will be : I use In England until 1720.
q Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs. W. E. Mid- 1
1 :r dleton, Mrs. C. Hoover, Mrs. J. E. American coot Is commonly J. L HARRELL
v/1t 'C. Robinson, Mrs. E. M. Johns and E. ; the meadow hen. ,
Mrs. R. A. Newsom. rock on the Rhine Is
for its echo.
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1 Folk

h Circle No 2 of the Woman's the
+c' Missionary Society of the
dist Church will give a MethO-I THE
I I at the home of Mrs. E.
thews on Friday afternoon, May
," 5, at 3:30: o'clock.

i$ An entertaining program Is .being
arranged for the occasion. Inman Service StationOpposite

,, ;? All invited friends to of attend.the organizationare I !

X Finance Committee: Mrs. L. A.

,, a f Davis, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, :Mrs. County Jail
L. F. Smith.


i Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WaInwright :

I; entertained members of their !f

w N L their bridge home club Saturday evening at ( '

: ,
ct The large Jiving room was pret- "

#i" tily decorated with a varietyof
; of garden flowers. Five progressions : .
Of contract bridge was :
at played winners, and of top prizes scores awarded the j : : ; 1 QUART OF OIL WILL BE GIVEN AWAY WITH-

tf The hostess served a tempting ::>> : ( ) I --
jl N- salad course to' the players, who
r, were: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson ,
k Mr and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. SATURDAY, MAY 6
;, ,Y A. Z. Adklns Mrs.. E. M. Johns. |


?f ? Master Ben Holtzendorf. Jr.,
a" r celebrated his birthday Friday afternoon I
and invited about twenty- i ,
'S: +4 five young people to be with him ,; | Distributed by
on this happy occasion. ..
A g' Various games suitable for theyoung ( I

generation were enjoyed by ( > | ) :
State Oil
the guests throughout the after- Orange CompanyA
';t noon. The young host's mother
t ,t js 4. served ice cream and cake to those l!
r present.
% ; The guests were: Sara Barefoot,
a y I Betty and Enos Hayes, Maurice
dr a:.? k Edwards Jr. Marjorie and Ida Lulus ; 1
4 Davis, Betty, Carolyn Colette and <
7 '1 Eula Green, Clarice Thomas, Jack DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
and June Hall Mack Futch George
L's and Joyce Hayes, Betty McRae,

: aia( Gloria Buford. Margaret Lowry I I COURT SY CARDS ACCEPTED i'
l Billy Smith Garnlta Hutto. Shard -
d on Hall,.Frances, Jean and Dimple F

+' Nearly 911,100,000 was spent )
i for liquor In Edinburgh, Scotland, .
''i, i in the last year according to estl

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i 1 1I missionary program, at Deadon Forcement bill designed to control AT THE STAKKE HOTEL I Jix a recent month 302,520 i Osaka, with an estimated annual r; I, l
1c Church Saturday. tho gasoline boot-leg evil which is bunches of banaaa were shipped production of $181,000.000 I II now ti'; '
stated costa the state tremendous' Recent guests at the Starke Hotel from Panama. Japan's second largest Industrial b
,I Bits of Lora Miller, who has been spend- sums In lost revenue, was Intro- were: Mr. E. A Conklin, Jr., city. ',f 1'+ 4'
. ing the wlntef with her grandparents duced in the House this week The Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs. K. M \OTIt'I'l .. j.,
c Tn Court of Justice, at at* of
it i Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee, measure is sponsored by Comptroller Korot, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. C. L. Florida, In rnemilte,County or t'harlea 8.MeC..U >Eight: >countries of Latin Amort[, 'i,":;;
,j I and attending the Bradford County J. M. Lee. Stockwell, Jacksonville; Mr. and and Wilbur McOall minor, applied the world with 13: per cent *', ,
I I.ocal Nli High School left Thursday for her Under the provisions of the act Mrs W. J. Daugherty, Billy and Urartforil Notice 1 In Oounly h<*reb>' Gwen to all whom I of Its crude petroleum last year. '.
home in Richmond, Va. all motor fuel distributors wouldbe Sara Daugherty, Miami; Mr. John, It may ('un"'t'Rt Mary .MraueesMct'all I ,
Oiinrdlan Charle. 8McCnll
required to obtain a license to W. McEntire Savannah Ca.; Mr.S. I mid UK Wilbur MoCall. mlno..., The building ured by Washing '
Concerning Our People, Business and Sydney Parka of Atlanta, Ga., do business from the comptroller.All P Farmer Jacksonville: ; Mr will leas; ,, on I'W.'I:;: ''I**. W A: K.1'srrynian l).. ton as headquarters at :Morrlatown;' 1 ; ( i I
of the County and Town. spent the week-end at the home of motor fuel carriers would be D. E. Davis Tampa; Mr. H W. Countr Judas In and forsaid Pa. Is filled with Revolutionary ''
li Progress Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks. He compelled to carry a license cardon Whitehead, Mr. F. L. Stephens, Ft county, at his office in Stark, relics.
Florida, In said at o'clockp }
was accompanied home by his wife each vehicle, the name of the Myers: Col. and Mrs. O. K. Falls in, or at; noon county thereafter RB and son, Stanley who had been motor-fuel and name of the ownerof West Palm Beach Mr. E. R Car- matter pan be hoard for authority ,
__ _P'Iroo....: !n ii ii IIC'IIC'II: : QgnC'llIlIl.: ,,, .,,."""..'."."' '''''' ro..Poc.aoc. ;
.:> ""' ------------ to sell, at publlo or private unto, 'thentlr ;
spending sometime here. truck would have to be and Los
ver wife Angeles, Calif.; .. tindlvldod Interest of said NAT SEZ
E C. Johns of Lawtey, was a re- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epparson;: painted on the vehicle. Mr. J. N. Owen Jacksonville; Mr. minor In the following (toftrHbmlnull :

1 cent visitor here. spent Sunday in Lake Butler with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth and -- A. G. Williamson, Summit, Go.; to-wit estate: In said county, and Mint, ) j
Prof and Mrs. F. G. SchelL little daughters, Shirley and Anne, The motor 'vehicle license bill Mr. and Mrs S. D. Croaf Clifton, The 'Southeast quarter of lhNorthwvnt That when he started "houlle.kef'ln' :

gprcial--Broilers, fryers, hens. Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter, was again under considerationwhen N. Y.; Mr. Paul B. Hale DeLand; Township quarter Five of Section South, ThlrtyHlx Knn.- they didn't,, know much; ';
r Bradford Supply! Co Miss Lois Long Is spending a Fredrlka and Miss Leah Struth, all the Senate reconvened Mon- Mr. and Mrs. John. W. Graham, Twenty Ifinut, aliio the North quarter |. :about buying thing, on the "In-t" 'i''
month In Washington D. C. with of Jacksonville were guests of Mr. day afternoon. Mrs. Wheatly and daughter MIami of Fifteen the Southwest 1ownnhl> quarter Six of South Section -, stallment plan"no I
James Rosier was a visitor here her sister Mrs. B. S. Carroll. and Mrs. W. H. Struth Tuesday.Mrs. Senator W. ;A. McWilliams last ; Mr. J. B. Nobles, Mr. N. R. Knnita Twenty E t.Vhlch for that '
f ; Saturday. \ application. ; will\ !>. based ,r r l' I
from Lawtey last week offered a number of amend- Cannon. Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and ,reason they l
upon the 1'.1 It Ion for bale now on 1
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and A: Z. Adkins. Mrs. O. L ments relating to the weight of Mrs. C. T. Stone Hartford Conn.; the In crud Court were able to nA '
Mlus Estelle Kendrick spent children will spend the weekendin Beasley Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. D. motor vehicles. He favored limit- Mr. B. A. Foster, American, Ga; Doled DIARY a,PUANC1M A, D 1031 MtCMLI., raise quite a "
Wednesday in' Jacksonville. Tallahassee with relatives. A. Montieth Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs ing the weight to not more than Mr. and Mrs Allan Best Cleve- Uunrtlliktt. good sized famIly Sf 0 i ; '
E. M. Johns and Mrs. Edward 16,000 pounds and prohibiting four land, Ohio; Mr. W. F. Mills, Akron HAT Y, MAINR1.: lk Stutter tin.Atlorimy and still use d't'
for tluardlan
J. j. Truby attended the baseball Mrs. Pauline Stone and childrenof Burns spent Friday at the State wheel trailers on the public high- Ohio; Mr. J. H. McLean Dayton I.66U02.AUCTION. the same "trun- f e
In Gainesville Sunday. Archer were guests Tuesdayof > Farm with Mrs. L. F. Chapman. ways effective at the close of this Ohio. dlo bed" for all 't
game Mrs. Stone's sister Mrs. E.. M. year These amendments were detested ...e -. I of them. I ; t
p. T. A. Food Sale Saturday Davis. Mrs N. D. Wainwright, Mrs. I MRS. MARY Jl'UA DBAS I i r
2 o'clock in Andrews ,Stores.A. Herbert Hart, Mrs Frankie Hudson Rmultng the h i : i i
Mrs. R. S. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C H. Nasworthy, Mrs COMMISSIONERS: Mrs. :Mary Julia Dens died at her SALE other day about r 61 I
L. Green of Brooker visited John Crews of Lake BuUer, spent Sam Anderson, Miss Isabel Fernandez ,FAVORS SALES TAX her home near Lawtey Sunday I llmt Illlonlo ? !

relatives In Starke Tuesday.! Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs..W. H and Mrs. Edna Barrow of afternoon, after a brief Illness. Mrs. I farmer "pullin off a premature ,
Green. Gainesville enjoyed a spend the day (Continued from page 1.) Deas was a native of Lake Butler on funeral reminded me of un old fellow
Dir. and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds I party at the Jacobs cottage at consideration for feeding convicts; having moved to Bradford County out In Mlrhlitan. lie put In his ; I I ;
spent last Saturday In Jacksonville Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Miss Kingsley Lake Wednesday. said convicts to be called for by about three years ago to make her pare limo for about three jrar ,I( t 1
i Pearl Jordan spent Monday after- the Alachua convict camp author- home. She was a member of the HouseholdFurniture making a rofflii. Pointed It all wplUtxy II a
Mrs. J. S. Blltch is spending this .noon in Lawtey with Mrs. George Mrs. D. C. Forehand and daugh- ities within twenty-four hours after Christian Church. nasty when he "checked In".* t' i.
week In Jacksonville with friends. :Anderson. ter Margaret, of Albany, Ga., and proper notice has been given to Surviving besides her widower Then one day hn went flnhlngl he; tt u
I Miss Flora Belle Jackson of Bac- said authorities.A George Deas, are one daughter fell In the lake and they never
Col. D. E. Knight was a profes- I Miss Mary Canova of the F. S. onton, Ga., returned to their respective motion was made and carried Mrs. B. L. Jones, South Jacksonville found hint. 1 +
sional visitor in Lake Butler Mon !W. C., at Tallahassee spent the homes Wednesday after a that the Board of County Com- ; one sister, Mrs. B. P. Andrews "Lo\e'a Sjiibor Ixjnt" r <
day. !week-end with her mother Mrs.,E. ten days visit here with relatives. missioners pay one-halt of the hospital Bradford county, and one -
'E. Canova. They were accompanied home by 'expense of Mrs. Wallle Crews brother, Willie Hersey Lake Butler Like that farmer, I put in several .+ i
Margaret Lowry Is spending this I their sisters, Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand who is a patient in the Alachua weeks getting ready for my {; ? ,
6I week In Lake City with Ruth Wy- Mr and Mrs. C. D. Shank and Mrs. T. T. Long who will County Hospital Funeral services were held at ,Everything goes to Sale and I want to thank my t j
I nian. Betty Lewis Shank of Lake City. spend sometime with them. The committee which had been the grave In Swift Creek Cemetery BidderSaturday friends and customers for helping t a 4 ,
spent Friday and Saturday here I appointed to meet with the County near Lake Butler at 11 Highest me to make the opening a big sue*' 'j I '
a Mrs E. L. Blgga spent Satur- with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H C. Wall chap- Council for relief of unemployment o'clock Tuesday morning the Rev. uses, The attendance last Saturday I
, day In Jacksonville with Mrs. E. W. l eroned a house-party at Kingsley reported that they were unable Bob Dukes par of the Swift was far beyond my expecta
and Lake over the week-end to meet with said council for Creek Church officiating tions. :
Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova composedof Baptist w i1 i
RI the Lula Red the reason that'at the present timeIt Interment was made In the fam- I
daughter, Mary Anne of Gninesvllle following girls: j 1
. Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. W. E. spent Sunday at the .home of grave, :Martha Powell Lois Adkins, was not in existence. The same ily lot In Swith Creek Cemetery. May 6 !Nora of my leading bargain tea* y t
Torode of Lawtey were In Starke Mrs. E. E. Canova. Martha'Brownlee Bunny Canova, committee was Intsructed to meet Pallbearers: Sheriff W. S. Bran- turn for the coming week arei
" Monday. Lillian Sternberg Bobby Connlyof with said council when It is reorganized nen, J. J. Branntn Elmer Brannen, full' Fashioned Chiffon HOM, 48oIjulltw / d ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons and Green Cove Springs, and Ellen and to take up the possibility Ben Kite Albert Kene and C. A. ,' 2:30 P. M IOO nt>r cent Wool Uutif A' "' ; p 'l
a Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. A. Mr. R. F. Clarke had as their guest I Wiggins of Keystone Heights. The of discontinuing the pauper Gainey. : lug Stilts $1.1)8. j G l H W
Z Adklna spent Saturday in Jack- ,this weeks Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tay- ,party stayed at H. C. Wall's cot- allowance. Funeral arrangements were in Fast Color Print*. Bo. i i1v.
sonville. 'lor of Norwalk Conn. tage. Upon information from' J. M. charge of Boree and Ciddeos Jack L. Dougliut $5 Sport Shoe; +
I Lee, comptroller; the board design sonville. $2.88. ,
I nated all funds deposited since the LudltHi I>roa e -New arrival, .' f l
Mrs. E. M. Johns spent several Lester Price Robinson and Ralph LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS atMagnolia y
bank moratorium In the Bank of '
days the first of the week In Tal Cox of the University of Florida at $1.8sl$2.88. '
tree Is used '
t Starke or funds hereafter to be The oil of the macaw Millinery-the latest, 98o. I
labassee. Gainesville spent the week-end at (Continued from page 1.) held as such .by said Bank of in the West Indies for affection of -very } l

their respective homes. mlttee to consider Judicial red Is- Starke. the Joints. FishMarket The market Is advancing dally i + '
Mr. A. F. Sauls Jr., of St. Augustine -
trlctlng: in Florida, by signing the Upon motion and second, and by on all things--buy now while they
is visiting his father Mr. Miss Lois Adklns left Thursday
measure. vote, the clerk was Instructed to still can't }tq "
are down-you go wrongso ,
A F. Sauls. for Tallahassese to spend the week-
furnish Mr. Dukes Justice of the help me'. l 1' ,utyt '
end with her sister, Miss Hazel Ad-
Representatives John S. Bying- Peace at Brooker Fla, with a
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and klna at the F. S. W. C.,
ton and Tom B. Stewart Volusla small docket.
Lois Adklns went to Tallahassee
Miss -
have Introduced a bill providing for Motion made and carried that NAT STERNBERG I
Thursday. G. 'w. Alderman spent Wednes- Immediate payment of $1,000.000 Carl McKinney be allowed $3.00 for STARKE, FLA. /
day and Thursday in Tallahasseewith to teachers of the state on their one month from the pauper al
Mr. and Mrs.. Truby Newman his daughters ,Mrs. G. C. back salaries. This amount repre lowance. e I Starke, Florida r ILa'
ind children of Detroit,.Mich, are White and Miss Mona' Alderman.. --
sents the difference between the ___ .. ._ _
In Starke. 1 .4
visiting _. n
1931 appropriation of $7,500,000the -- --- -- ...- -. -- .
Mrs. M. E. Edwards Mrs. J. L. sum actually received.
Paul Knight of the U. of P. visited Wilkes, Mra Leroy Roane and son,
his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. I Roy, Jr., of Jacksonville were
Senator Futch turned the presidential -
E. Knight Sunday. guests of Mrs. A Z. Adkins Tues gavel over to Senator J. J., -

day. Parrish to take the floor and speakIn
P T. A. Food Sale Saturday behalf of his amendment which I
2 o'clock Andrews Stores. Mr. and :Mrs. George W. Kenly Tip lop Grocery
and Miss Genevieve Kenly are go- would hundred fix:on a tag cars rate weighing of 60 cents 3000 a (: j ; IY

Mrs. A. M. Richard has returned Ing to Kingsley Lake this week pounds or less and 73: cents a hun-
from Jacksonville where she where they will occupy the Hull dred weight on cars over 3000
was a recent visitor. cottage. pounds. This is substantially the

same scale effective now. Senator
Mrs J. E. Maines of Lake But Mrs. J. W. White. Mr. O W. Futch made a $5 tag price for cars 1-4Ib! 'pkg.20c
ler, was the' guest of Mrs. W. J. White Misses Olive and Amelia more than five years old, with a STARKE FLORIDA MAY 5111 AND 6TH ;

Epperson'Wednesday. Ray and Miss Cassle White were $10 tag for cars from three to ,
visitors In Green Cove Springs five years old. This amendmentwas
; Mr[ and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy spent Tuesday.Ben also defeated. Tomatoes CRISP POSTGRAPE NUTFLAKES +;
Sunday in McIntosh with Mr. and This will probably be the last Sleep on Sanka ,
Mrs. J. C. Turnipseed. Sternberg has returned to attempt in the Senate to alter the TO A STIES .
Marion :Military Institute Marlon, $5 $10 and $15: provision of the 4for25t f : I
Mrs. A. J. Cummins of Jacksonville Ala., after spending the week-end tag section of the motor vehicle u J
spent Tuesday with her sis- with his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. 3 p k gs. r r r 20c 2pkgs. - 15c Pound r r r 47c f ,' S
ter, Mrs. J. J. Canova. Sternberg.Mrs. I bill.Further consideration of this ,
measure was delayed In order to Milk tall,can 5c .
Mrs. A. F. Sauls and little Aud- H. L. Brownlee and daughter take floor discussion of the new -
up Rubbers dozen 5c
Cerlo bottle _____ 27c Jar ,
rey Bedley, spent the week-end In Madge, will spend this week- beer bill. Vinegar, gal. 25c If:
Miami with Mr. Sauls. end In Jacksonville with her son- -
Pork and Beans
in-law and daughter Rev. and Mrs. A drastic gasoline tax en- ,

Miss Dr. Sarah and Mrs.Hope O. L.Haynes Haynes spent and M. C. Stith. 6 '-25c SU GAR' Best WhiteBacon Cole I Extra'''

Tuesday in Jacksonville. Mrs W. E. Middleton and daughter SEETHE -

I Miss Hazel left Monday for F.J1LYL: U\I: OF 18UO cansBeat !lb. 8c
of 10 lb. 47c -
W Miss Hazel the F. S. Jacksonville to be with Mrs. Mid- At Irish - Flour 24 Jbs. 65cI
C. at Tallahassee spent the dleton'a mother Mrs. L. E. Dowl- LAWTEY SCHOOL HOUSE ,

week-end in Gainesville. ing who Is ill. FRIDAY NIGHT at 8 o'clock I PotatoeslOlbs. t I

Special> for your Sunday--Dinner. Mrs. Paul B. Hale and daughter, Meal Grits Whole Grain Rice LARD rIt '

Broilers Frjera Hens, also Roo- Miss Madallne Hale of DeLand, 1 - 17 or
h'M. Bradford Supply Co. "spent the week-end at the Starke .

Joe Lamb of Boston Mass., Is I home Hotel:Monday.with Mr. Hale returning RITZ THEATRE Llbby's l lOlbs. -19c 51bs.15c 41bs.28c

spending a while with has parents, If
and Mrs James Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynoldswere STARKC, FLORIDA

:, Mr and Mrs. W. W. Page of I: tending in the Tallahassee memorial Thursday services held at- III 1 Ilk I can .. 15c Beans: 5 lb$ 25c weenie Weenie Peas No. 2 Can liie p fi ,

Jacksonville were recent guests of 'In the Senate chamber for the late PROGRAM: BEG. 1\1.\Y I 5TH --. Brookfield
Mr. and Mrs: '... _--t: :
W. H. Struth.COLUMN Senator E. M. Johns. : ',J _,;::-:-

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dowling and FRL-SAT! MAY 8-6 Pure Coffee No. 21-2 can Peaches Cheese lb. l 17 cI .

GENT A SYORDOR sons Graham and John and Mr. "KING OF THE JUNGLE" I
Beeman Lord of Dublin. Ga., were ]ei1onfe
guests Sunday of State's Attorneyand - -- cans -
Mrs. J. S. Malpas Miss Sarah I ,
*' RENT-Modern seven-room Malpas Margret Ann Malpas, OR RELISHlpt.Jar10c SOAP or POWDER 3 for. - lOc ti
bungalow with sleeping porch on i Ruth Wyman and Joseph Malpaa l\1ON'-Tt'ES"l\L-\Y 8-9 .
W. Madison street. Mrs. J. C. visited friends in
Lake City
Robinson. of "A FAREWELL TO ARSIS' IOfor25c.

FOR SALE-Or trade 8 English 'I I Starke Tuesday afternoon. and With Pound 25c Noodles 3f for lOc
White Leghorns four months old Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth Smoked Sausage - -
children of Jacksonville: and. Miss HELEN YES. SALMON .
rooster $3.00 for breed 1 9-
months old the same breed; and I I Mary Brownlee of of DeLand Mrs. Stlth's were COOl'EK AND ADOLHPEMENJOIT : 21bs. w.---- 25c /JUNEY MO* SYRUP, Qt. -.----- ZOe 4
price. Ceo. F. Mueller, Kingsley the guests
Lake. It I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.. Brown-I Also Paramount New can - GRAPE JUICE, Pt. .: 15c i '
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[RAWBERRY PLANTS Mil- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Grant and And a Good CartoonWED.TlUnS. Large Weiners ;

ons of new land, true to name son, of St. Augustine attended the I CO/lN.2No.2' can _ ____. -- _. lac ; r
Starke ., 3IAY 10-11 Salt
e8lle free :Missionary and graduation exercises In pkg ----c

akemore at $2.00 per 1000. I. Thursday and while here were I "SIOV OF THE CROSS" Pound .. 9c Tuna Fis" l5e-Pickles, Qt. _n_ 15c ;' .
H. Fletcher, of Crystal guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. 10.1
[prlngs Fla., "I received CLAUDETTE COLBERT
e 7,000 Missionary says and I want 'FREDRIO MARCH i i Grites 3 lb. lOc
commend y ur efficient ser- Mrs A. M. Darby Mrs. Hutch- ELISSA LANDI I Eel-Beck Meal or package - -- -

Ices." Catalog free. Writ to C. ins Mrs. E. C. Priest. Mrs. L. G.

Perdue Mrs. Jim Sllcox and Mrs.J. Also Hollywood on Farad ,1'j, = _.___ --- .-_ -.. .-
Box F, ShowelL Md. 4 Powell. I n .: : -- = .. :.-_ ::,:__
41.. H.: Pitts put on an Interesting i :


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'- .-- ... ... _. --- ... 1931
about the easiest thing that you to yourself by cutting -m.7

t t Ii= Canning Budgets:In Home Canning i =-l SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS read."The size and placing of the I azine with type a or covering piece newspaper of up the a from large top portion a tine Dlat.of

1 headlined, the layout of the page, trying to white Pape. sad

FARMERS SECTION Br: ANN PAGEPRESIDENT these and other details have been decipher the words You
i Haphazard canning like haphazard nlng budget accordingly-to avoid ROOSEVELT Issued carefully thought out to lessen the will find It much easier tl, read

( farming, brings little satisfaction. an over supply or a scarcity. designating May strain on the eyes of the reader when you cover up the bottom por.

Conducted by Demonstration Agents The) home canner today Tomatoes should always be can- let aa Child Health Day.. He called who reads as he runs. The paper tlon. ThIs habit of the eyes pas

M studies and estimates the food ned generously, both because of upon "all agencies, public and private Itself la a clear white, in order that been taken Into account In deal
he nods of her family. She considers their nutritional valueand because and all Individual\ having/ the the contrast with the black ink lag newspaper type." g '

.. ... what fresh fruits and vegetables they can be served In so many .Interest of children constructive at heart activities. to to will be a sharp one.: The type la __
9' r>' -- -- -- -- ....... will be available each monthof without wearying the tastesof Inaugurate
ways protect and promote the health and designed so that the tops of the Elevators which travel
FARM, QUESTIONS BY year, and cans for one season the family. Meat canning at 1 physical vigor of the youth C of our letters are easily distinguishable, down In a curved arc up sad
foods that will be scarce another home has developed to where It nation. I being
TIIOUSANDS ANSWERED for we really read only the topsof built for ascent around the
i BY COLLEGE WORKERS, WROK FARM PROGRAMTh season. This plan we call a canning Is much more than a desirable Health Although Day May, the let health is officially growing: Child words. You can prove this fact sides of naval dirigibles. bUlging

I budget because It 1. definitely economy and actually baa furnished -
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V Q34* *f ..rlda.WRUF ;youngster is an everyday problemand
Gainesville baaed on experience and because means of subsistence In thousands I ass think of no better way to -_. .-
Fla.Wb.at becomes
It is thought out before hand. Can- of Florida rural homes. protect and promote good, health than
the 8,000, letters farmers write ning budgets should be planned Besides tomatoes and tomato by the proper use of nourishing food. [Strawberries Arrive i in Quantity; !

; nthly to University of Florida __ __ __ __ __ -- ----- with the year round garden and Juice, young butter-beans, tender' Tb. three Sunday dinner menus

iloa College Service of and Agriculture, Exten-Sta- Gainesville, Fla. The Florida calendar orchard) in mind. snap t..e&nll. green field peas, okra Maid for the Kitchen week suggested are planned by the to Quaker Include Jam and Jelly Making Get Under Way
Farm Hour from WRUF will pre- Year round garden and caleu- peas, greens, berries pears, plums, food suitable for children, yet they i iII
|trOll f They are analyzed aud the sent the following talks at noon are equally attractive and desirablefor
dar orchard plans are made with a peaches, figs, guavas, grapefruit
;t problems they contain are pre- each day :next: week, the Florida grown-up
thought of the need for variety In "hearts" fruit Juices, meat, fish,
ibed for just as the medical doer has This week the family shopper will
Agricultural Extension the dally diet and to Insure a maximum : fowl and other wholesome productsmay find a good variety of fresh fruit
to him
cases brought ,
S announced: of fresh vegetables and fruits be canned, ready to serve, as ,and vegetable to choose from.

aya Dr. Wllmon Newell, director Sat., May 6-Florida Farm for every day in the year-a privi- a supplement to the year-round Orange, grapefruit, strawberries.
at these Institutions.
S News and Hints. Editorial Snap lege accorded to Florida people garden and orchard. new potato asparagus peas
much evidence.
Practically every conceivable are very In Beef
trouble of the farm can be found shots. who plan and work to that end, It the home canner centers her pork, and smoked meat are very
Mon. 8-Methods since Florida's soil and climatic attention on the family health and good value Two wholesome food
rta.a file of these letters. Among May of Estab-
conditions make the welfare she will which always please the youngstersare
possible ,
pro- develop a canning
hem are lettera about diseased lishing an Honest Dollar-Dr. C. preserve, and peanut butter.
duction of a vast variety of mar- budget that suits her
V. Noble. Cover particular
lants, Insect troubles, sick IIvetack Crops In Relationto
velously Interesting fruitsand needs and that counts for Low Cost Dinner
Citrus Insects J. R. ,
planta to be Identified, questions Watson.
Meat Loaf I
vegetables. health and A well-bld-
about certain experiments Tues., May Vegetablea for Unshed Potatoes
Summer Gardens It would be> very difficult to say anced canning plan will give a var-
d recommendations, requests for -W. T Nettles. Creamed Pea
ulletlna and others. Hundreds of Farm Question Box. just how many pints or quarts of ied, healthful diet 12 months In the Corn Bread and Butter

this: vegetable or that fruit shouldbe year, from home grown productsand Sliced Bananas In Lemon Gelatin
betters come from outside of Flor- Wed. 10
May -Care Ornamental Milk for Children
canned and no standard budget from the sea.
jtda, from farmers interested Inmlng Gardens-H. Harold Hume. Tea Coffee for
Distemper or Adult.
!would fit the needs of every house- It will save food. Cull hens, cockerels t ar
to Florida and from for- '
in ,
x Dogs-Dr. F Thomas.
wife Medium Cost Dinner
In every section of the state. and unprofitable animals
Ip countries. Thura., May 11-Getting- Pigs Stewed Chicken with Rice 'J w ,
However, the home demonstration be killed and canned and food pre- 4
These are all referred to the Ready for Market W. J.
Sheely. Buttered String Bean
agents are helping the women to served whenever further ;
feeding ;
V II roper departments. Thtre, come Pig Club Work in Leon County- Celery Strawberry. PreeervsBiscuits
work '!ut canning budgets escorting would not result in
profitable gain. and Butter
peclallst studies them, and when Q. C. Hodge. I I
to the food needs of the individual Fish are oftlmea plentiful and Spanish Cream f
t clmena are aent he examines Fri., May 12-Adjusting Dairy- families. cheap enough to can for times of Milk for Children

hem, sometimes resorting to the Ing to Summer Conditions-Ham- Often Florida markets are flood- scarcity. In fact the endless Tea or Coffee for AduKa
variety -
s' + croacope and scientific testa To lin L. Brown. Poultry Marketing ed with fruits and vegetables that feasible In canned products Special Dinner $ _'ii l
aid the workers In Inct
identifying -
+,' [, i Developments in Okalooea County are fresh and cheap, and they may affords one of their outstanding Chilled Tomato Juice'Rib
and disease troubles and
un- Roast of BeerRlc.d :
:J. W. Malone. ;
be had for the gathering In many sources of appeal to the housewife
ki own plants, the Station main. Potatoes
sections. At other times these who seeks diversified .
4 Inc a herbarium with 15,000 Flor menus and Spinach or Other Green Vegetable
STARVE NEMATODESTO fruits and vegetables are scarce. meals. Grapefruit Salad
'L' pda, plants and about 2 ,OOO specl-
RID TRUCK CROPLAND Beaten Biscuit ButterAngel
The provident housewife studies Next week: Economy of Canned
'T na of dried fungi, and separate Food Cak.
OF ROOT-KNOT and her
these conditions plans can Meat.
t. collections of about 7 ,OOO mounted with Strawberry Sauce

ti acts and hundreds of diseases. Milk for Children
? Gainesville, Fla. Starve tlon IMPROPER.. HANDLING Tea or' Coffee for Adults E
;;Many of the letters can be answered BRINGS PRODUCTION .
;. hall proven the best method of getting -
by sending some printed
rid of root-knot YOUR NEWSPAPER
+ Uetin, otherwise the answer iseat nematodes, vlt's a short ttep from etr.wbars..In'the box to
one of the most IS EASY READING strawberry Jelly
destructive --
to the Inquirer In a personal pests I I Weekly from Home Deaaonsitra-1 In-the glass If modern method are used.
aG [etter. This service, besides being of truck crops in Florida, say J. Somebody once said something:

f aluable to the farmers, Is helpful R. Watson, head of the Entomol- ton Specialist, Tallahassee" about "what fools we mortals be," Reading the moaeru newspaper II tVQTRA -a-a wberrles t 'Nice, recipes which embrace this populari.

p'' the workers in determnlng on ogy Department at the Florida Experiment and I have about come to agree Is the simplest task set for the I,. O fresh, stra___awberries! way of "putting up" fruits,

I lw bat the people moat need help, Station. 'I with him, in part at least. Now, modern reader's eyes, asserts Gilbert I I Once more the huckster's cry Strawberry Jelly

tie troubles In different sections at The tiny worms, or nematodes, WASHING CLOTHES take for instance us farmers and P. Farrar, national authorityon echoes through the town heralding; e cope (1 lta.. JuiceIVteups
truck and citrus the approach of Summer and the UW( IBS.)
rtaln seasons, the trend of Interest that cause root-knot inject a poison growers growers the sustf
type design, writing on I promise of the earth tuUmed.I 1 bottle frail pectin
,>kl in certain enterprises, and Into roots of the plants causIng Before washing, all mending as well, for that matter. Lots of lation between type design and re-I I Strawberries are here again, To >prepare> Juice, crush thor
k other them to swell and knot. The should be attended to and stains times we go ahead and spend a I
r7 > Important ways care of the eyes. large, ripe and delicious even to oughly or grind about quarts fully
g ,'(, The workers caution farmers i' trucking worms cannot survive the should be removed. Soaking Is especially world of) money and trouble and "A newspaper is especially designed I look upon. They're crowding the ripe berries. Place': In Jelly clotH

ho send specimens and letters to summer if weeds and other plants a time-saver with soiled work In producing a crop, and for rapid reading" he says', counters of the local stores, overflowing or bag and squeeze out Juice.

'h a v. all possible Information per- on which they feed are not allowed white clothes. Three-fourths of all when we get it matured, don't take "and even the length of the line I their baskets In the fruit' Measure sugar and Juice into

R'' ling to the history of the case to grow. Moisture and air will stains are soluble In cold water.If care of it.Everytime. of the has been scientifically dealers' stalls, and riding the street large saucepan and mix. Bring to

determined with this end
end< representative samples, and to there is no food for the young they tub and washboard, have enough the station recently, where cucumbers floats.I add fruit pectin stirring constantly.
ee that they are well packed. UsG will starve. Frequent cultivationwill water to produce good suds with are being loaded, I have seen In view. There are twenty-six let- I Good news for housewives who Then bring to a full rolling boll and
ters in the alphabet. The Ideal have been waiting, with preserving boll hard H minute. Remove from'
the water and washed somebody Just grabbing the hampers -
make regularlyand
It la conditions
Uy advisable to take the favorable for
length of line for any size type Is kettles In readiness, for the first fire, skim, pour quickly. Paraffin
y roblem to the the to hatch and also will thoroughly with good soap will and giving them a sling toward
county agent first, eggs thirty-nine letters. A linelengthof fruit of the season to convert into at once and cover Makes about
< <' ce he will be able to visit the keep down weeds. give good color returns. the rear of the car. letting them one and one-half the length of lams and Jellies.; They know,,that 11 glasses (f< fluid, ,ounce each)., ,
jy [ arm and get the needed facta at Keeping the soil fallow, however, If clothes are to be boiled, they fall where they may as hard aa the alphabet has been the rule of i 'Irult. In some form, should be In. Sliced/ Strawberry Jam
t-hand. should after being rinsed, be they may. Sometime they are even eluded twice a day In the family
f during the summer is hard on Its easy reading since the dawn of 4U. sups (fllbe.1) prepared fruit
its fertility. A etaoletaoinnuuuuu wrung out and soaped all over especially slung as recklessly from the wagonor printing by movable And diet and that this la a hard condition 7.oupe <. Thai SHIM
hems, neck bands and truck Into the entrance of the type. as to meet In Winter when pricesare H bottle fruit pectin
IVE! '
: fertility. A cover which the
crop average newspaper uses even
wristbands, and then be placed prohibitive. For that reason, To'prepare fruit cut about I
; BORDEAUX SPRAY FOR the nematodes cannot feed! la therefore cars.NowI fewer than thirty-nine letters to
without packing In the boiler with realize that a cucumber they put up adequate 'stocks of quarts fully ripe berries la halves)
1 b a, LEAF-SPOT CONTROL suggested by Mr. Watson, the line, mould be
clean, cold water. Have enough has a pretty hard rind, and will your newspaper preserved fruits during the Summer lengthwise; large berries In quar
ipr Such a crop will shade the land, when fresh fruits are plentifuland tars
water to allow/ the clothes to float stand some abuse, and that the fel
;:Gainesville, Fla. Since leaf making moisture conditions favor are Kentucky Wonder beans okra, Inexpensive.: Measure sugar and prepared fruit
and be out of the suds who are doing the loadingare
pot of peppers makes Its appearce able and if planted in rows It can freely never. butter beans, tomatoes, collarda/ Right now berries are aa cheap into large, kettle, mix well, and
ao suddenly and unexpectedly be cultivated to keep down weeds and enough soap to produce suds aa not going to eat them, anyhow.But and such field crops as corn, sweet as they are likely to be at any bring to a full rolling boll over hottest ':

>rH D. G. F Weber, plant pathologist and supply the aid needed to force the water beata and the soap goes the cucumbers are supposed to potatoes, and cowpeaa. If insects time this season. And experiencehas flre. Stir constantly before]

9 with the Florida Experiment the eggs to hatch. Into solution. Clothes need not be be eaten by somtbody, else theywouldn't and diseases give trouble a little taught women to start on their I and while boiling1. Boll hard 3 minutes.
boiled every week. If each time be selling. And every time will jam cupboards early If they want Remove from fire"and stir
station keep them In check.
recommends spray gun ,
; spraying The two cover crops Mr. Watson they are washed they are soakedIn they are bruised, an opening is to be sure'of an adequate supply in fruit pectin. Then stir and skim
fly with 4-4-50 bordeaux mlx- Try a summer garden and it will
suggests for this purpose are cold water and are well rinsedto made for bacteria and.fungi that be of spreads and garnishes for all by turns for just 5 minutes to cool'

h ure.The velvet beans and crotalarla. Crotalaria -. remove all soap and all dirty will cause the cukes to rot sooner a surprise how many good Fall and Winter table requirements.Since slightly, to prevent floating fruit.l';
disease first appears on the is considered the things family can have to eat most women, nowadays, Pour and
spectabllls water, they will keep a good color. ,or later, mostly sooner.A quickly. Paraffin at once
power leaves in small brown spots! test from it this summer and early 'use the short-boll method of jam Makes
crop to use. Iron and Brab-I Do not overwear clothing, aa frequent -i rotten cucumber or a rotten cover. about 10 glasses ((8

'f1. 1th dark margins and white cen- ham cowpeaa are somewhat resla- washing does much less 'anythng else la not fit for consumption fall and- jelly-making-- -.,-here- .-are- some fluid ounces each).

4 ere These spots grow rapidly ant but are not absolutely immuneto harm than vigorous rubbing or and so we should try to avoid .
r4 : rxtil the leaf yellows, wilts, and i
root-knot. needed for brulsea that will cause rot. After
v strong washing agents
(falls. The defoliated plants are Root-knot be controlled also LOOK HEREER1EN
very soiled clothes. we worked as hard aa we have OS1
eakened and fruit rot often seta by the use of chemicals, by treatIng Thorough rinsing In'plenty of to produce the crop.-we'ahould cer-
(Ii. The cause Is a fungus, and Its
the soil with steam or with
t water Is essential to good work, at tainly take pains to see that It
porell are easily scattered by wind hot water, but these methods are gets to the consumer In
least the first rinse water shouldbe good
d.1 rain. Thus early and effective expensive and usually are limitedto hot to the suds shape
prevent soap
preventive ve measures are impera- greenhouses and small areas, from hardening on the clothes as a What Is true of cucumbers Is alao DOLLAR SAVING Of FEU

q, ', Dr, Weber advises growers to Mr. Watson explains. greasy scum. A second hot rinse j true of watermelons and other
water Is really better since it will crops. Watermelons should be
i (pray even though the plants show plants are removed from the seed handled
bleach as well as rinse. The laat carefully to prevent bruis-
{ o i signs of the disease, since a se- bed and should be continued
reg- rinse should be cold so as to prepare ing, and should be treated to'pre By Special Arrangement with the Leading Magazines of the
(ere infestation
can come on sopldly. ularly. This Is another case where

For absolute control, the proverbial "stitch in time saves ter, which the clothes la cool.for This the bluing cool rinse wa- vent loaded stem-end Into the rot cars.before they are Country We Bring You the Biggest Bargain of All! Time .

raying should begin before the nine." An. Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines' with A New
la essential, aa hot clothes would appalling amount of citrus or Renewal

'absorb too much blue. Bluing la fruits are lost every year through Order for This Newspaper.

.?;I : And the Worst is Yet to ComewiI -- used to counteract the tendency of being bruised or stem-cut In pack- L I sON
clothes to turn yellow. Clothes Ing. Often nails are left project YOUR ALL 4 LY s sY

-- 'should be opened well before being ing from the side of the packing MAKE UP OWN CLUDI

'I put Into ,the blue water, ao that .cases, and every time the case Is
-', they will not be streaked with blue. filled, one or more citrus fruits has > CHOOSE -*

r 'F- u .- ii I III r After they are the wrung clothes, are have then beon starched blued been These ruined.losses, are easily' revented, 1 Magazine Prom Group "A" $ GO

@@J or not, as Is necessary and hung and their prevention,Is worth while.A ;, 2 Magazine.From Group '

m .. I to dry. I good crop produced and mar- ..."**- And "B"i i

: : I Starch la used to stiffen clothes, I keted should be our aim.

% i vi l lil- I to make them look well by giving TH5.....!! MSW9PAPER! ((1 FuU Year) J WHY PAYMORE

'-. I n the gloss' of new material, and to SUMMER GARDEN. COW ", -o: -,. -liitJ': ?

1 _J keep clean longer by giving thema PIGS. AND CHICKENS

smooth surface which resists VALUABLE TO FAMILY -aatseaBBa.SB DssasB*agt.DV..

moisture and soil. A little borax Your Click of Anne Your Choice of Any Two

$ i and added whitens to the and starch stiffens gives clothea.a gloss' Gainesville, Fla. A summer $nine' 1ft nts Group Magazines in This Group
a cow, a few] pigs, and Ai
jJpy The Wax paraffin, or lard addedto
some chickens, the value of all are UeCeJftOEOOP
,'," the starch to D Better Home* V
paste serves
keep y,.
well known and especially In times I W* e* aM MMe) ID '
i.,, I the Iron from sticking as well ... to like the present W. T. Nettles, district Woman'* Home "-_.|..*..| Y(, Gardens e lyrD

s 'add gloss or smooth finish desired.., agent with the Florida Agricultural P Pictorial- RevJew rwM.lYr.J a 0 HouseholdWorld) .e .a I lyr yr

-Ruby McDavid. Extension Service, explain. I o It.rteII 4Tijllf | *HslWrW I*a .*1 f Yr. 0 Needlecraft a 1 yr
.-- ed in a recent radio address. P KofiywooJ MoWe Yr. 0 Good Stories a a 1 yr

About 39,000 pounds of Improved No Institution in America can P Open Boext (!tOY')lIa'1! Vr:, I D Country Hand a. 2 jn \

7 pasture grass seed were plantedIn withstand stress better than the C PltI1ftnd (Wkly;,) iiVr.: 0 Successful Firming a 1 yr
I ( Florida last year according to rural home with this foursome .. .......r :''': :- 0 Progressive Farmer ..- 2 yn |
V Ii i ', recommendations iai lmIi tJ j foe PO O Southern Agiicukurfat 1 yr
:; worked out at said Besides feeding the L :

t the .Eperlment Station. they all help feed each other.family The, ,-M".IM..,.. .ll, And four(Chotci, in Group of An A.} OnMimn <

i cow will furnish surplus milk for TIIIilg: IN ALL ,..: e THREE IN ALL

vs I 111111 Dliii f Home packet<< school lunches In the pigs and chickens, they all furnish -

P y) l1iliInt'l'_ ,__ IIUtj 3,385 Florida homes were Improved manure for Uu garden, and -
last year according to advice from they all thrive on the surplus T f a /F a t a e Gentlemen? _'t '

home demonstration agents. vegetables
"Spring gardens will be getting I.nola.llPlea.. tend me the three 1D..t ..
t Tests at the Florida experiment slim pretty soon," be Bald "and unless There .
are no string attached to'thl checked with
Station show tha one-fourth more something Is planned for summer a year. eabeeitptioa to your newspaper.Street .

pip can be raised If worms 'are thjnga will have to be bought I offer I Every magazine ub )crfpdon -

prevented by the clean pasture system that should be grown. Quite a will be filled exactly Nam. -
as represented. -- --- --- ---
4 the Station has worked out. number of vegetables can be grownIn '

This would mew 100.000 less pigs the home garden during the If any of your subscriptions are renewal or R.FJ3- _

I would be lost In Florida each year summer A little planning, a little the time will be properly ex-

t manure, and a little hard work are | tended.
?+ .. Emeralds of large size and free Town and Bute.B&ADFORD .
oe_ ... .,., all that la necessary. ,
from flaws ,
are rare. "In the list of -
summer vegetables .. . '- .' .

STIr".1, : ',a rt l.1\i.: >I. "- 'yf,7"i" <. ".( ii, f.f( } ,$' 7 I11 t ;, Nix y ', NdP''R t l ,l'IhbaW m h"
:; : %:; H t :i'\ .fo.''i : I'til4.\ < > ;: '11' : i' 144. iV.tll.,1t't! ;} 'M (",,,, ,, .I

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1%. MAY 5. 1838 1*1hi 1 _hi

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a right to ask God to take care of may take--In this way, and In this I dreamed of them often whileI I -,..._--_-_-a.,-_-_ __a. ' me. way only can we attain a practical was asleep. I & GIDDENS ''f'4 .:} ,
understanding of universal l Still flat on my back, no hopes In Say!it with Flowers I P'VTeleRI. I>(HECTOR. ,, \ i: ,. II j

"The steps or a good man are brotherhood and peace on earth. view; friends and schoolmates ("...... IH.Blar Rom ]t_. Depot "' ,: I'' : I

ordered by the Lord." There is-no Christian Science Monitor rm thinking of you. At LICKNSEO llennetf* Warehaae. f -: 4 \:

___ _____ such thing as an accident in the Just before I wan taken from my Flowers For All i "\ HMBALMIEnmhnlanc* er.le.." ,. >\;":" '4I!, \

I*"? fed "* to1* unto my patk-Ptalm )119:105.: life of a man who is surrendered hospital bed the nurse came I A I war* Steady Phoa. >. B-eat i'iv', (
absolutely to God. I abroad OccasionsGERTRUDE I Ml 1 ,n 5 l RiversIde AT*.. JaekeoaTlll ,
.----------------- get a and told me my father was 'i

retgIou* teaching, doctrine 01 railroad train. The engineer is dead." _-p-p--_-.p.-p, __ .
g11t1Th3ru1Lu creed, d they are to have any daini careless. the train Is wrecked, andI 1 J ; H
the love. O7t1 devot1cn of the people, inuat be In harmony witb am killed. God I. not responsiblefor GODBEY Renew Your Health'By ; i3 i
won "With ,
of Jfeeus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice5ttobu the all this sickness and sad ,
and of whom it said in carelessness of the engi- I'm afraid m 'l
m' newt was John 746, "NEVER MAN news never ANDERSON l PurificationAnr '
neer or for the
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAW." wreck If I am surrendered --- again wear my shoes. :

and Union eountlee to Him. I go down the Edlor Telegraph, With the people and Cod's help, Phone 29 Waldo, Fla physician. will tell you that '
Bradford Invited to
cf are use thl b.F.rtJnOUt street and I am shot from the "Perfect
Pastor alley I l'lul catil'lt '
Dear Sir I was carried down the hospital of tno Sys: .
: ,
activities ;
for nw of church organization and annouao by ... ._, .
an assassin. God is not responsible -- r IT ". 4S tem is Nature's\ },'ollnJlltwnf''
SP freely riven and no charge made-.tho only requirement I for the sin of the The Prophets and faithful men. steps. roffffpt Health."
izenta. assassin. Why aot rid i.
eLnt thatsiicn Items reach this office before Wednesday morning; But God sent me down the street some are named in (Heb. 11)): they Away to the country I did go and your."lf of fhronlo ailments that i
they cannot be handled for current t'aiie.r to me it seemed so slow Boys
.h.rwIae were not followers of
In time to come in contact with Jesus and had are uudoruiinlng. your vitality
:.. I no heavenly hopes (John Acts and girls I am here to tell. It Purify\ your entire .
LAWTEY the bullet if I am really surrendered 3:13: system by tak. ,I
-- I CIICRCH IJUUIAJ.LVA'Y: to the Lord. 2::34. Matt. 11:11)) their prayers Is so nice to be up and well." d $1 fortheneatS ing a thorough course of Calotab.1'.. 1 '

I SUNDAY SCHOOL were answered but they were not en months of once or twice a week several ] .
I First Baptist Church 'Tm the road to weeks..-and how
LESSON informed, for the time bad not on the hospitalthe see Xaturo rewards -
I Hev. L. P. Chapin. pastor. Nothing can harm consecrated come for God to make known His second time, leaving my you with health. ] '
I --' Preaching services first and Christian people. Fire can't burn poor mother in tears behind. THEAtlantic Calotnb.* purify MIA... blood by .0. ? .
bee ret (Rom. 16:25)) when they I
HvBtlng the liver
FOR MAY 7, 19S3 third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. them. Water can't drown them. awake they will be perfect humans, Now I will tell you. Just to be on Monthly and, bowels. In 10 kidney eta. stomach o
Death can't kill and 33 eta J .
the Croas. them. That Is the the level ,
Jesus Faces m that I, Buster Goln
Subject: Counselors, ,Judges and Prince on packages All dealer Adr. '
Golden Text: 'And It came to Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- faith that made the early church the earth under Christ's reign according will soon be in Heaven. Make the most of your reading ; ( )

-ass. when the time waa come. wood supt. unconquerable. to the Promise of God (Ps. So let me ask you one and all, hours. Enjoy the wit, the wisdom SCHEDULE CHANGED

that he should bo received up he I I Prayer Service 7:30: p. m. Wed 45:16: Isa 32:1, Ezek. 34:24: Matt. please be ready to answer the companionship the _

rteadfastly set his face to go to nesday. "The blood of the martyrs is the: 8:11): ) Immediately following the God's call." charm that have made the ATLANTIC No. 1, southbound limited, due'

Jerusalem." Luke 9:81 B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p., m. Sunday.Grace ., seed of the Church." It used to restraining of Satan (Rev. 20::2) In Yours truly for seventy five Starke 10:58: p. m. i' I _____

Lesson Text: Mark 10:32-62.: cost something to be a Christian. the approaching Battle (Rev. 16: J. J. Jones. years America's moat quoted No. ; ,
southbound due'Starke
As JesuS was going up to Jeru- M. E.l Church Jesus Christ called His followers U, Zeph. 3.8: Isa. 13.4): ) then the I S and most cherished magazine. 0:17: a. local r 4
m. 'J
.aiem at the close of his Perean Rev. W. B. Christy paator. to a life of suffering. He didn't Resurrection of humanity will commence CULTURE STARTED INKITCIIEN Send $1. (mentioning this ad) Sundays. Daily except

ministry he tells the disciples for Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat I offer them ease or earthly reward. and all men will be saved ASSERTS '' ,
time concerning his coining He offered them a cross and a CULINARY EXPERT to No. lOT, southbound limited due ;, '
third ((2 Tim. ,
the 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. In. 2:1-6): ) even such an adulterous -
and death and resurrection shroud. He sold the cause to 10.07 a. m. 'i
passion Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. I people as Sodom and Sam The AtUntlo Monthly 8 Arllng- ,
His language 14 very ex- them. They said. "The cause Is No. 2. northbound limited due
In. aria according to God's Promise Centuries ago Catherine de Med- ton St., Boston ,
There la here predicted for worth dying for," and they followed (Ezek. It i Icl Italian Starke 6:OS a. m. ti,, '
plicit. Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. 16:60): will be true of the princess, exclaimed that f' _
first time the fact that be will Jeaua. world and No. 12, northbound local due 'V !
the Mary Moore supt. then aa It was with the "nobility culture started in the jfi

be delivered to the Gentiles; also League 6:30: p. .m. Sunday. *) Church in this age that a man will kitchen," and few since disputed Starke 3.17:

the fact that he will be mocked and DENATIONALIZING GOD not be Judged according to that her Fernand Kabua, prominent in-, ( ti

scourged and spit upon. He had Fraternal which he hath not, but according ternatlonal authority on cookerynow _

icmetblng very definite to say and The man from Mars that legendary to that which ne hath ((2 Cor. 8:12: visiting the United States, as- 1)-E : ,; iy'

be tried to get It apprehended. Butto Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A.: figure who periodically visits Man did not lose a spiritual but a serted at a banquet In New York I _

the disciples his prediction was M.. meets at city ball building 1st earth to view In deep anxiety some human existence, he did no lose a City. In the development of cook : 4 ,?

Incomprehen lble. Their minds and 3rd Tuesdays, at 7:30 p. m. phase of the world's folly as presented haevenly, but an earthly Paradise :ery through the ages Mr. Kabus : {
another world. as Is seen T. T. Blackburn. W. M.' to him the author of his ,
were in by under the death penalty (Rom Cl; traced the progress of mankind,

by the request of James and John O. J. Phillips Secy. invoking, would probably reach the 23)) and all that was lost was purchased saying: "Cooking in Its most prim t i.

directly after this. They simply C zenith of perplexity In a study of back by the Redeemer who i itlve state was the forerunner of i _

could not grasp the truth that their THEKESSA BAPTIST CHURCH I an anthology of patriotic songs. declared that He came to save all civilization, brought up to an art \V1icnF5reCeS! ; !

Messiah was destined to suffer and Services will IP Given the nationalistic textbooksand that which waIL lost (Luke 19:10): ) It became a factor in human progress ) CciiltoH : : ,
be held Beijorul '
die, Later. when the meaning of Saturday histories of one country he the things to bee restored by and raised to rank of a scienceIt : 1 M

Christ's death was perceived by before the third Sunday of each would no doubt come to the natural through Christ I are those things constitutes one of the main pillars 4r _

them. it became the sum and sub- month. conclusion that this one nation was I which were last through Adams upon which civilization itselfIs FOlio i Brcmttv' .h.n\Ivpt,in,it'*p'vU : 4
D. L. Phillips, Pastor. Wirlul' ,,lid ..'li,blr' *"..n'' .but
jtance of their gospel.Our In some way uniquely affiliated transgression Rom. founded" .
( 618: 19)) when it (in bnrtmd bum.*i coairol MTK
lesson begins "And they STARKE S with Deity; was endowed with all "Who art thou that replteth In Egypt cookery was highly developed .b.nw,," d.u.
were on the way, going up to Je- DIRECTORYBaptist the virtues of honesty justice and God ; food and Its ] J
against ? (Rom. 9:20): ). preparation a r. numrrcui. w.aI In. wlu rusalem." Leaving Peraea. our righteousness; and that all other was reguhted by strict rules for ...... ally nw of wbOb !a vulfltk courthouse.'M: _

Lord now joined the crowds) of countries were but the abiding S. Courtney. four general classes namely the s.s .... YO' ot".IJ .ba'. ace "" ..., i _
Services Sunday, May 7, 1633 as Starke, Florida. iAlt>,..<*. ..., ADIQUATi M4Xh ftlIniuiaiKf _
passover pilgrims. They were go- follows: places of out-and-out renegades, or royalty the aristocrats the masses _,...... to ibt pnwnt. v.lntf ;
log "up" to Jerusalem because the else were backward states sunk in S and the slaves. Spices and aro- four propmy' '
acred city was situated on the 10 a. m. Sunday school. benighted Ignorance. Editor Telegraph, matic herbs
11 were extensively used, .. 'N.. .... : _
central ridge of Palestine and any m. Morning worship sermon Should he move on to the next ; Starke Fla. In fact it might be laid that Egyp : --FCSHAROLD : ; ,

way leading to It was "up.'' The "A Servant of Jesus Christ." nation's literature ot patriotism, he Dear Sir: tian food for royalty and aristocrats :

road was thronged with an ever- 7 p. m. B. Y. P. U. would undoubtedly reach the opinIon : The following poem written by was perfumed C. WALL I

Increasing mass of devout Jews 8 p. m. Evening worship sermon, that there was a multitude of I a cousin of mine might be of Interest -. INSURANCE : 1 _

hastening eagerly to the greatestof "The Unchangableness of God"The deities, or else that the whole race to some of your readers. The The soldiers of Napoleon I, whenIn ST ARltE. FLORIDA : : .

the Jewish annual feasts, that regular cjjurch: services will]I of worldlings was suffering from clipping Is from an Ocala paper: Egypt were much tantalized by } ]

which celebrated the escape of be resumed with Mr. J. ,J. Johnsonof I violent delusions. "A SICK BOY" the mirage. ]

their people from Egypt. the be- Penny Farms as supply pastor, In the March issue of the American (By William Coin age 13)) : : ti,

ginning of their national life. J. J. ,Johnson, Pastor Scholar Mr. Henry W Law- (Note The little boy who wrote The ginseng-of Korea Is most SAVE JOHN RUSKIN : :

"Jesus went before them and rence professor of history and political these verses and requested the valued and Is carefully cultivated r&rff&R BANDS : : S

they were amazed." There was Methodist science at Connecticut College health nurse to have them publish In that country. : :

mmething awesome; but Inspiring Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. does a good job of holding up' I ed in the Ocala papers, died this

fa Christ's bearing. "And as they m. to ridicule the bombastic morning at the hospital.: He had Ask your dealer
national'I The
followed they were afraid.'" Some Presiding elder will conduct isms of various countries. I been sick for several months and shape the Lake of Lu- ,

my those who were afraid were not quartely conference 3::00 p. m. and I his mirth as well as thought-pro- his case had been considered hope cerne resembles roughly a cross 't? for new Premium -.t Lf.Cl'l'l .

bit disciples but others who were preach at 8 p. m. voknlg arguments on various nat- less.) with a crumpled stem. Catalog. 2tloreHavana ( II <1IliUI'I'IH'<':Ilk lI'IIIOKO ASU S 4l, I ,,U 4, ____

going with them. Sunday school at 11 a. m. tional anthems, the alltoonumerous "Girls and boys you can never tell Notion In h' i.by wIv.n that all
I how thankful should The order of the Holy Cross of -i tobacco I'lmlltorH, leant:***, rtUlrl liut..* unit s '
In be
at 7 histories used ,
'And he took again the twelve Young people's meeting p. : types of pub you nil |i,'rnmiH, having claims cftlnit' I
and began to tell them what things m. lic schools and the primers of patriotism that you are well. France Is devoted to education and I is now the (tut. of Allen Humphrey dnmmvri .. ,

should happen unto him. saying Rev. W. F. Jones Pastor used to Imbue the child When was first taken I thought works of mercy. used in sent their are' claim heraby*, to re.iiun.leI the' i Honnritil i to prn.* l L j s ] _______

Behold, we to Jerusalem consciousness with the thought with the flu, I thought I'd be JOHNRUSKINmaklng M. K. t'Krrymnn, Oiunty Jilj at n,',

and the go up ; that this country Is above all others up in a day or wo. The Mayas and Azetcs were alikein llrnilfortl County,. Klorldit.I fur hIs ___________
Son of man shall be delivered Presbyterian Hiipruval' within one ((1) year from' t. u L .'

unto the chief priests. and Services Sunday May 7, aa follows "God's country." ProfessorLawreDce's But my sickness to my surprise many particulars adoring the it the gr. Q test lute..KI I In hereof, her,thereto or thl,*and nntlr all will bh .' ('k ; ; I?
Is worthy of earnest made me so sick I cotzldn'topen same dletlea y
plea the
unto the scribes; and they shall : especially sun. lnrlMl>t*"l to said .utat* are r. condemn him to death and shall 10 a. m. Sunday school. consideration: my eyes." w cigar value at Sc .d to.pay their,' said debt forthwith ,
to th urulemlirn .., .
deliver him to the Gentiles; and 11 a. m. Morning Worship ser "In all seriousness, however the'God's American airplanes are becoming l Smoke the size Till. bth day of May* A.'utn"D 1ft9. ., 4 o, ,,

they shall mock him and shall mon by the pastor. The Holy country' Idea la a majormenace "Away In the ambulance went the popular In Switzerland. A. M. riWWH, t '5, 4, _ _

scourge him, and shall spit upon Communion of the Sacrament of r to world peace and justice' nurse and I, and In the hospital you prefer 5-5.gt.6-tO./ flxeOUtoi't.. '

him, and shall kill him; and the the Lord's supper will be celebrat and there is urgent need as a pre. did I lie. Ecuador Is trying to promote an Perfecto Extra or so'rivie i
to world disarmament, Then at they vanished all
third ed. luminary once ; Import restriction S
day he shall rise again. program. Notice I I. hereby Kitten that M I im 1 1 _
that God be denationalized. The the first I saw was four white Panetela. X?
Suffering death burial and resurrection 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor, our Intentlcm to apply dur" ,
essentially Juvenile, not to say imbecile walls. Whalers of Norway have Inir the ecpwlon of the F lor Ma I eg', I' t
Marjorie Stump. '
must all come to Leader agreed 1
pass IsJHtur
.. 11)33. for the passaga of aBropnaed '. '
before 8 notion that the Creator and on production quotas for this ,. g I
Jesus could perfect the planof p. m. Evening worship song sea- meaaur In lbs law io. : .i.
of the Universe plays favorites "The nurses they were all so sweet] County, Florida
Salvation for mankind< and for and sermon. Upholder i son. Iowa a* loLw 4 'i; 7 ] +
nationalistic I' 'i
you Individually. It seems strangethat Prayer meeting Wednesday at I 8 in our petty An Act defining and relating to 'S I I
brawls has long been and still is a Burial Assocliilliins, licensing th. c I
disciples did not under- p. m. .
operation of WurlHl and Undertake
stand the words of Jesus. But In The Woman's Apxlliary will meet powerful" aid toward chaos and ca I PEDESTRIANS' ACTS CAUSE MORE HAVANA j lag Business, I In llrndford County, S i _ _

the scripture we have the written Tuesday at 3:30 p. m with Mrs. T lamity. DEATHS ] Sr.fclorlda anil authorities defining the Vented title*, under pow 4s ___________
words of Jesus S. Williams.. Mrs. El M. Davis will It is Importatnt at this point to suoh an art, 114 _ _
and do we understand AND INJURIES prescribing- the Investing -"; ,
OF MANY j _ _
is meant EACH YEAR S '
or obey them? lead the mission study Topic consider just what by 2/sMnM.Nim j and of fundu under. the said act ,1 ,
juvenile. Juvenility Is in realitythe prescribing penaltle for the
"And James and John-come "Latin America." violation nt such jut and providing ,, 4
un. 1
to A cordial invitation to all our receptive state of the child I that th* Insurance Commissioner oi 5
saying Master we would have Klorl.ta shall have supervision ,
But. while we recognized i
that services extended to all. thought. Although pedestrian deaths Included a larger thereof, soil '
thou shouldest do for us whatsoever percentage of all requiring the deposit, ,] ,
Dr. Ceo. H. Lowry, Pastor this some of the methodsof deaths from automobile accidents In 1932 than In previous there with the Insurance Commissioner of S
we shall desire. And he dealing with this receptivityhave Klorliljt, certain securities for the I7 ,
aw unto them. What would Is one fact disclosed by an analysis of pedestrian accidents that la performance of any contract or ob, 4 r i ''q ,
that T ye throne has no advantage over the been unique to say the least. encouraging The number of ped cstrltins killed while walking on or IlKHllon entered Into r>y any Asso. j ,
should do for you? They humblest peasant. I For Instance during the formative the rural catlon| a* defined hy this act. i
along highways was smaller In
said percentage than In the Ite.n.'tIIv
unto submitted
him Grant unto us that If,, + '
The right kind of rivalry Is that years the child thought was filled year before. J. M. MAIJN, : *

we may sit, one on thy right hand, for noble service. We should with a doctrine of jingoism and B-t.C. C. ilUTUBBvonrH 47 :. I

and the otheron thy left hand in pete. not for honor, but for com-I subversive nationalism. But when 4 it .e ic I/'l/ ,
thy I U '''s
glory. But Jesus said unto fulness. Those who serve the child reached maturity we then 11111 III ,- of 'a'm APPI,ICA'no them Ye know not what ye ask- are of God's Kingdom. expected him to readily grasp and ee sql a I KOIl lliacUAIIUfl AS AltMIMI: ',.. 1'
But lit t'i to sit # 4 __ ___
on hand and S <
my right onmy S assimilate the idea of International s.f.- To Whom It Mar Concern: r.
left hand Is not mine to give; cooperation that la so necessary in ?Notlt. I. 1111'."" given that the j1
but It nmlernlifnfiif' n. Administrator' of '
shall th.
be to them for e 0
given keeping peace and all the ridicule : blHlut of William O. Foreythe. d.. _ _
It is prepared! heaped It. canned, having fully and. e&tlefuctory '
BOB JOiOMMENTS' S upon __ Oalneevllle Flo. dI.charg.d and
Salvation : edu- Distributor performed his duties '
and Its blessings are When it'Is admitted that an a. ndmlnliitrator or the above said)
gifts but they must be accepted cation In unbridled:; nationalism d- estate will I on the llith n1Y.7 of Jun f _
and ft CIICIIK-S REPORT 1133 to th* ., at: '
apprecIated If a benefit Is to leads naturally to misunderstanding his or'/:". In fltark. for final dl.. H
be received herefrom. and strife; that no one countrycan char** a. administrator, of said ea..''t' .54 '
fltark. Fin, April 1 I. 103*. tat*. S
And when the ten beard It. they ON lay claim to a monopoly of I Report of the Clerk of the Cl I r. J. A. Bayle.. '
began to be much displeased with :1rj HERE I Deity, but that God is the Universal cult ('ourt In and for Bradford Coun, 4'14.lt'9. Administrator .' 'I I
James AN. ty. Florida, on account of taxes a.. __________
and John." "The ten" were I Father surely it Is not too .....d for the year, 11I32. r
the other disciples. They felt that I4EREAVTERThere II much to expect that such education C A. Knight. Ta. Collector. 1HOTICW l '
I I _ ., IN TUm N'AHm _
James I the Cmmntr Prop 011' THE STATE! OB 'I ? ', __
and ,John were trying to I should be Installed in To bal. flu. March 1 h_ 4.47001 J'LOrtfDAt 'il
take ad van Laonf them schools of all the Christian Hy amount oolUctd ,_?_-_ 44 10 It appearing by affidavit' filed In 4
In Is no substitute for prayer. To bal. due March II ------4,406.]11 that *rtaln cause now pending I In: '
. the leB8 a ** April 23 all of More than a mere PC.. .* "..I.U... the Circuit Court Bradford County. 'J,
. the disciples had disputed among Fine music. fine preaching tion of God Is needed. The world.// To bal. due March 1 __ .1,8117 00 Florida In Chancery wherein Will, I c '
themselves splendid organiaztlon. the most efficient Hy amount collected ._ _. an.51 lIam iL Fordham ill complainant
to must teach a positive ( _
as who should be machinery-nothing To bal due. March -I.auu and Mary J. 'o.dh.m I I. defendant ." III
greatest. "But Jesus called religious bracing vision of all men .. C...., floss ms,5 R..... and th. relief prayed for !I. a at* r
them to him, and salth unto them will take the place of prayer. children of One Father. Such an u' "lJ Tn hill dn. III.Mnrh.....I.... "Tf'U and It appearIng that th.', I !i
5.0074 nil I.
they which are accounted to rule education would be more than a Whether this Improvement was tween Intersections or' ..._ ...p twenty-one. year and over I I. the a non-renl-ave off', +1
over the Gentile. Prayer will not take the place of to world disarmament due to from behind To bal due March 41 ..____6.11J,43 dent. of lh. Otat of Florida, II..nd.1 j
more care the of
preliminary on .
exercise lordship part parked cars. It Is apparent C...., ..._1 G...ra* ants address being Child., t
OVer them; and their great one. anything else. I tell my boys and and the deflation of Irrational and drivers or on the part of pedestrians that many pedestrians To bal. due March I __ _._ ._-.6,11 van.la. that there Is no person Pnnsyl oP"p.r."n. j '
exercise girls in the Bob ,Jones College that It wouldin is trust their Hy amount collected ___ 77 It I.. the mat of Florida, ? 4
authority upon them. But provocative patriotisms. or both not as important fate to luck alone. Deaths of pedestrians To bal. due March II _._ .1,24 sO service of process. tb.//, i %
$ upon whom
o shall It not be among you; they need not ask God to help them itself make all these things as as the fact that the better experience along Canmtr Pll personally bind said defendant.would'
but examinations if they haven't country roads num- Tn bal. due March 1 _. ._, 442.4*0 It la therefore S
whosoever will be great among pass Impossible as they would be un prevailed, because this Improvement bered 1,700 last year Hy amount collected ..__ ordered that .said' i I
11,00I ) fldfl-F..ldent. defendant .
you shall be studied. God doesn't do for men thinkable.The that To hilL due March II ,...... M. !? .' .
your minister; And proves somethingcan It ------ 411.00 Po .... I Ie hereby required to
I. ] ,
whosoever what they can do for themselves.God .. I Iwtdenlng' be a conservative forecast to Total san-IK-a.**! "._1.. the bill of ap.f'
of you will be the chief- possibilities opened up by a done to safeguard life and raa' eomplalnl fil.4 I
I To baL due March ._ _,. ,
that 1 \
est sunshine and the say fully half of the pedestrian 'J35 II i>auae ore or before the first'day ; '
shall be sends the of our perception of this limb Hy ,
servants of alL For once people make up their amount collected _, 114 II of Ifa HIS. otherwl.e. '
eVen the Son of man came not to rain but He won't cultivate the 'fundamental truism appear limit- minds to take the necessary pre- fatal tie. could be prevented To bal. du* March. at --__-_.,lll,42 legations of. .Id bill of complainT the al*-."+ /. S

be ministered unto but to minister. soil and gather the wheat. He ess. even aa there Is no limitationIn cautions. if only pedestrians themselves exercised 1'1'0 bal.Tot.l due k-Sekmil March 1 -.4.118.1.Ro..... defendant J b. '*,ktn as confssd by... 1 Vi _

and: to give his life a ransom for I won't chew our' food for us. He the boundaries of a universe On the whole however the analysis the same degree of care I' Ry amount collected __ -__, f S I*S entered acalnet and a her decree pro eon f..... ., 'r'; ,

many." ,, does for us what we can't do for created and upheld by the one Infinite of experience presents somewhat which they as walkers seem to expect ,To hal. due Aarleltral March Jl _- -- -,,4.670'l U Is be further. ordered that this order ', it I

This Is said to be the first mention ourselves. Maker. Not only to denationalize of a hopeless picture of the from drivers. What an opportunity 'To bal. du* March 1 447.00 for four published aoneecutlv. one. weeks eaob In weelc th.""",
By :
amount collected ___ l
of Christ death as an atonIng God but also to free pedestrian') joint responsibility to drivers pedestrians have to prove To bal. due March It--_u___ 440(7 4,43 nradford published County and Telegraph a n.", ..,.*' ,
of I
that paper general
sacrifice for others. It la one A man Is a fool to get under a our conception of Hint from all with drivers for many accidents. Just commonsenaecare WM.w'e Paali eto .tloll III Bradford, elr. 1 '
County Plor
In To baL due March _______ -\ (
the 1 _
of the tine of streets and 44701 I..... ,
and ask God biases of creed and formalism highways -
greatest elarations made tree in a thunderstorm Forty-seven per cent of all the Hy amount collected _-___ '.tl This the
un list
by blm. him. not can pay big dividends. To bal. due March II ____.._._ day ftf March. 1131..
One cf the comforting not to let the lightning strike see God a* only our Father, pedestrians killed In automobile accidents Head 440 IS A. J. ThOMAS '
wuths of the Flble is that there That sort of acting Is temptingGod. but aa the Father of every one of In the United States in Never were the words "Stop Bridge p.later... *** A .!..!.g Cleric of jClroult CourtPARKS :\ Sflradrord

111" no respect of Arsons with God. If duty calls me under a tree our fellow beings regardless of 1932 were crossing streets either Look and Listen." so meaningful To fly bat dUe March. 1 u.....-4I4S.I til 4 M CARMICHADj County,, frl 1..:< I
amount eoll I
spiritual things the king on his during a thunderstorm then I have what form that brother' worship!I against signals, dlagnoally, t>>.-for pedestrians as today. To bat duo Man ctd Ill l _w.__ 1*.lie OH.47 ftl 4-7-t'r for Coraplalnont K] S

A. J. THOMAS Clerk Referee In Dankruptcy.'f' ; '



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WE CAN'T LIVE ALONEIt to be expected to take a 15 per cent the House or ----
Bradford Senate :
r County Telegraph I some ;:
You've I :: salary reduction. comes along and hands .n, a bump
_ Established Is unfortunate that Arthur Maybe J Other Pens l Our congressman knows ,his of bills.

1877 Brisbane, whose writings thousandsof people. He is doing his best to see y

I Americans have elected to read Heard It But that they get what they want The most popular

[ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I lover their morning coffee withoutso WILES OF WOMEN Suwannee Democrat. as near as I can fgure! Indoor out (port.

Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida much as the pinch of salt they In' out bills. That old & IIlak

I put on their grapefruit, has a STRAWBERRY CREAM namltf your male gag about

[ ;JE. L. Matthews_______________________Editor and Owner range of vision that simply refuse There WATCH must be KITTY something to present Whatever female one habits may think of painting of the, cause he came on offspring the first BIU of the be
to extend beyond the Golden Gate
I and the like it Many: of the scientific develop- month, is all right, but If
on one side and the rock ribbed these wise old sayings, after alL penciling, dyeing like that anything
SUBSCRIPTION RATE coast of Maine on the other. Remember the one about curiosity; must be admited that while the effects ments of the present day are upon I'm ever happelll to
the .cat? the other obtained be to a degree practical lines, and nowhere have me gonna name him Bill
killing Well, may
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance In a recent column Mr. Brisbane he'll be "Introduced." N
e.t Webster there Is not an at- they produced more beneficial results -
said, "Why cannot the United day Mass., a kitten deceptive, '
i ; Advertising Ratea on Application states attend to Its own money, its belonging to one, At Reich, was tempt made to conceal the fact than In the increasing discoveries the So darn far about fifteen hundred of

own gold reserve, its own air fleet, electrocuted when it stuck Its nose that artificial aids to beauty are which have made valuable In the things have been stuff*

its own business generally? What into a light socket after playfully employed.Even the. by-products of almost every hoppers and if they get time

t It will soon be huckleberry picking: time. was the accursed germ Injected Into pulling out the cord. the least sophisticated of lint of agricultural industry hitherto to give half of 'em consideration
o the Democratic party by Wood- If you have Just one-a light men are aware that art la broughtto wasted. An instance of this la session now and the close of the

There is one date we don't have to remind of-Moth- row Wilson that makes It always socket or a cat, you needn't worry, the aid of nature with the ut- reported from California where It they'll be douV well.
you been
fruit has
but If you have both-better keep Is said
look to other countries to settle most frankness. Whether the ef-
\.er's Day. America's affairs?" your eyes open. fects produced really lend charm to manufactured Into pectin which Is and drove Friday I took the day off
used in making orange gum drops up to Thomasvlll GIL
the modern woman Is largely a
On another Mr.
day Brlsoane for a peek at their annual'sow!
The tide must have turned. hotel out at DOFF YOUR HAT matter of individual opinion and from which source the grow- '
They're building a new striking near-slghtedly I ers have received 50000. And Show and I'm here to tell you
measures to bring back Intern- This week's presence of mind In former times women who em- was a knockout. While It
In Miami Beach.
Is made ofstrawberries this
[ now a new use being little
tional prosperity, says that he prize goes to the pastor of an ployed cunning devices to lure the which will a bouquet is too late to be
produce entered
0w cares not a whit about prosperity Athens, Ga., church, who, accord* male sex] were sternly frowned the show, they're entitled In

May' Day in Chicago means you may be alive tomorrow Madagascar; what he wants Is Ing to a little news item which upon. A Massachusetts law of market for to all the grade Starke berries.Telegraph Ac- I'm glad to make the presentation.to It and

Yand 'prosperity In the UNITED you might have-overlooked, saved 1634 forbade the wearing of "any cording
you may not. "< ') I there Is a new cream that is "nour-
tne day for a male member of his
STATES. apparell, either woolen, alike, I I've lot
seen a of flower
01'I. and delightful It show
ishing, liquefying
o 'I that Mr. Brisbane flock. ; with lace it I.
It la true lynnen any on or :In my time but never
I Chicago teachers will no doubt get a low mark on theirOejjortment writes essentially for what some Suddenly, ,eq the hoar_sang, the vet, golde'or- silver thread" The is prepared from the oil Juice of 'tlful display than was a more beau.
: fresh srawberries and Is a face and staged
writers snobbishly refer to as "the pastor interrupted and asked the English parliament in 1170 passedan ThomasvlUe.
this month. spite
skin cream. It Is immediately absorbed of the fact
masses," but surely even "themasses" congregation.. .; t- us bow our act providing "that any wom- that the
,1 event received
____ by the skin when appliedand very little
0 mHMl ? heads in
who shall entice into
can see the ridiculousnessof an marriageany publicity there

Well, anyway, we'd rather be right than president of a Mr. Brisbane sitting In his duplex The congregation obeyed, puz- of His Majesty's subjects by gives the cheeks" When a rosy it is, sparkling taken- No matter was a how large far attendance -

I Latin-American country. apartment. complacently zled.After means of perfune, false hair or Into appearance.consideration that millions of might travel to see the show they one
chewing the cud of prosperity while the prayer was concluded false hips shall be condemned as a would be well
0 the remainder of the world goes the choir resumed Its singing. sorceress and the marriage shall dollars are spent nnually for cos- repaid for the effort!

Why all the bother about regulating beer if it is harmless hungry.No I The pastor had noticed that a i be declared null and void metics It can readily be seen what And now it seems that Mr.

_ the Legislature's bill ? nation can live alone. In' member of the choir was losinghis Since those days customs have the creation of a demand for such ner has lost his mind Kan-
; as says : trousers which were slowly a pure cream would mean to the or somethin'and
spite of Mr. Brisbane's babble changed greatly, but human nature Introduced a bill in the
( of Florida. house
0 slipping down. His sudden call to strawberry growers
about tariffs and
protective "Buy
has not.-Plant City Courier. which opponents claim
_ ,; The home demonstration agents are looking for canning America," it Is hard to Imagine one prayer saved the singer from embarrassment -.- Mount Dora Topic. rage In view of the fact that an It out Is

[ jnaterials. Can help them out? nation enjoying a little private for apparently none BEAUTY ---o--- solely In the interests of the
_ you I prosperity in this modern day when of the congregation had noticed. FADSA I TEETH FALSE TO HIM taxpayer

space and the element of time We are Indebted to the U. P. group of Burmese women have

1! The annihilated. The for the story. Too undignified no arrived recently In the United They met at a hardware store,
Legislature must at heart be dry or it wouldn't debate have been almost The Idea of anybody
States the fash- tryln' to
doubt for the staid old A. p displaying beauty according to the Taylor County
telephone, the radio and fast trans-
so long over the return of the beverage. ons of their country. Oddly enough News. Oue man paid his bill and pass a bill for the benefit of the
eliminated the
have almost
_r 0 former barrier of distance and the OH MR. FREUD they will Join a circus, the reason sat down while. awaiting his taxpayer as to Is be such almost an unique proposition
for this being that our ideas of beyond com-
s Business men think they're having it tough, but the farmers threads of world business have Long and loud laughter was change. prehension.This .
beauty are at such a variance with When he received it be slowly
become so entangled that no nation heard at the Boy. .Scout "Jubilee"
been going through, a depression since* 1920. can exist remote and economi- last Friday night. One of the most those which prevail In the far east- arose to his feet, and his friend

t? oWe n Its fire of'moving ern kingdom that what the peopleof asked him what was the matter? particular measure Is House
cally removed from neighbors. sure ways an audIence Bill 30 and would
Burma give counties the
it have all been insulted. A new book written about Such a policy is the prelude to international to laughter Is to dress a boy to us consider as freakish.attractive appears The man rheumatism said he had the lumbago right to buy bonds at market prices
> or or something
[:the American public ia' called, "100,000,000 Guinea Pigs." distrust, suspicion, en- up as a girt It never falls. Wonder with gas tax money and ought to
mity. And In a world where such why it Isn't Just a* funny see The Burmese conception of pul- he didn't know what, so his friend result In the savin' of millions of

o things exist there can be no perm- one of the fair sex in pants? Come, chritude seems to hinge on the said: dollars
Mr. Freud there's for length of one's neck. Thus In the I "I suffered the same way for along
Now is the time to return the lawn mower so that you anent and sound prosperity. one you. -
r r frenzied competition which has always time. It's your teeth and if
is about be-
lean. borrow it again when the grass begins growing fast. Attention focused now of the to most I prevailed among the fairersex you will have them out you will As far as I can, the bill seems to
come on one
:" WHAT KIND OF FISH? I have all the
r ear marks of real
x 0v vital problems of the depression in matters of this nature, the get relief Immediately, like I did.
A new idea In combatting
enemy economy legislation, and since
; A the decline In trade. Burmese women, by means of an The man, slipped out an upper
woman is angry if her clothes are like another wom- foreign airplanes in wartime Is being economy appears to be the big idea
and lower set and said "There
ever increasing number of metal you
of State Cordell Hull
's-a man is embarassed unless he is a replica of his felOw8. recently Secretary said that America's shareof evolved In France, according to a bands, have managed to develop are When do you think I will be right now the legislature ought to
Paris dispatch. The French are
get a genuine thrill out of this
necks not wholly dissimilar to well? -Plant City Enterprise
the world trade that has been
to catch the Invading
working on a plan -
Jf, those of proposition even if it Is, as they
giraffes. -o-
lost In the few reachesthe
-----0 past years planes something
enemy say, purely for the benefit of the
54{ We laugh at the snail which travels but three inches aInute. astoudlng total of 6000000. like haceuahrgeta etsshrdetETAO- There is a tribe of savages in Africa taxpayer. Maybe it would be a good
000-a volume of business whichat UNNARHTSETEE fish are known as the Ubangi, which
But come to think of it why should snail be in ol' world Jes keps on splnnln'As plan to pass at least one bill like
a a any time would mean the dif aught with a net:-Ocala Banner considers the size of one's lips as that before the session is over.
iiurry? ference between depression and the yardstick of beauty. As a result fas as It kin go.

SSI ,- I comparative prosperity. --rr- they have stretched their lips We wonders where It's rushin' to And while I
IMMORALHORNBILL"The appreciate complimentary
0 your
.t If the general world economic Into enormous size until they look But no one seems to know!
male Horntm of southern letters, if folks
: Magazine advertisement says "Why'you need TIllS va- crisis bad been like of
wholly a couple: serving plates suspended -,
Asia and Africa feeds the female really want to show your appreciation -
ition. THIS summer." We know why we need itj: you just for the collapse of trade, the problem lornblll who'U plastered in a hollow from the face. Other current A-blazln'De sun It out Is the so headlight fine. of this column, what I'd like

rill how to it. woulfi be a good deal less Im- tree. Incubation beauty fashion prevalent In to have do Is step Into
us get during says De stars they am de signal lightsAgleamin' you your
Industrial skies Africa
portant-for are are on rings and
a nature magazine. local newspaper office and crowda
0 i beginning to show signs of bright- pegs through the nose, and on dis- down d? line
t of
Well of aU things. You'd think couple dollars on the editor
( If you are wondering what has become of all the real estate ening, but foreign trade has fallen the hussy would stay sober at a figuration of the face by treating I ain't a-axln' for a renewal of your subscription.He's .

i men in Florida you might be"interested to know that ten Into the doldrums principally for time like that! : It with a series of surgical operations Bout how de train questions Is run.none the guy that's really respon
another of Isolationist with dull
reason-a growth a knife or hatchet.
if them are in the Legislature. sentiment in the great countries Chinese women have long practiced I's simply pinter stick ontel sible and It costs him money to act

'" D This sentiment in the United NOTES ON READING MATTER the quaint custom of binding My little Journey's done.I type. So if you want to do me a
favor He'sglvln'
thank your editor.
JIf States has resulted In Mr Hearts's the feet in order to make them
Wonder if folks who turn to the you the column. All I have
\ those always back of a 'Buy American" campaign a Gertrude Stein mall, hereby preparing themselvesfor ain't no use to worry none

book to see how it ends make it a point to catch the last reel campaign that has been reduced to I'd rather pay a heavy fine the eventuality of any beauty Whatever may betideI's to do Is write the.darn thing.

if:a movie for the same purpose? buying this and that state and finally Than read a book by Gertrude contest. Although the ordeal is only jes a passengerAn NOTICK OK MAHTRirfttK

by the process of reductio ad Stein. said to be very painful It is apparently ; mighty glad to ride.Dunnellon Notice In hereby given that hider: '
r\ ----C Sun. and by virtue of that certain I finaldecree
absurdum, to buying municipality. worth It. of forecloHure made and rendered
"How can I get my husband to tell me about his business The result has been tariff barriers Theodore Dreiser In more civilized countries the t I on the 2nd day of May A D.

|affairs?" asks a wife of Dorothy Dix. Try to get him to.buy and embargoes to a greater degree Unless wiser you've' years to live It's brutal aspects of manufactured f judge 10.13.; by of the Honorable Twenty-trixth A. Z. Juill-lnl Adklnfc I

than ever before existed.A I Circuit of Florida, In that t'-rtaln
\"new car, answers the Atlanta Journal. "( world without tariff barriersIn Not to start atome by Dreiser. comeliness haVe given way to more rfIlf boLate 'raune therein pending; wherein F
,- refined treatment. Rouge lipstick, F. Flume In. complainant and J"w
\ () which each nation would pro- -'. and facial the chief phlne A, Marcotte, George A Mnr
powder are
I J'! Perhaps when nineteen reforestation recruits return duce the things for which It Is best Geoffrey Chaucer contributions to the' cotte. u.Cr..e C. KruHe, Ulale; KruM,
our I'd rather modern wom- o elassif and Starke, a corporation
fitted' and buy from other nations: hear a-man drink coffee ;are defendant. I, the undersigned
an's of .
from camp they will know the value of forests and help pre: hose things which It cannot pro- from a saucer repertoire beauty agents.However an Special Master, will Hell for vault
the principle Is the By the best bidder at the
RUSSELL to highest and
;vent. the, practice of "burning the woods." duce save with great expense Than listen to an amateur read same. Both the savages and the, Secretary Florida Pr,,.KAY Auocial South door of the courthouse in,
from Florida
Geoffrey Chaucer Starke, Bradford County,
'i sounds a little idealistic but it Is
7 o up-to-date women are basing attractiveness on Monday, the 6th day of June, A.
no more so than Mr. Brisbane's I>. 1933. during the legal bourn of
t'I With more and more countries placing their fate ;in the heaven of Isolation. Temple Bailey perhaps not wholly, W U.the big show is half over Hale for the purpose of atlsfylnl
My stomach feels' little but in part on something ,other that.is, unless they decide to givea Maid final decree, the following dyHcrlbeil
:hands of a dictator, we are beginning to wonder where that The United States Is taking theead ally than their natural selves. But it ft:' < lands, lying and being In

[ democracy is that the world was being made safe for. : in seeking to- obtain world cooperation Consuming stuff-by Temple Bailey a far cry from stretched necks and far concert nothtn'after very the startlhV main event.has happened So- Bradford Lot One County(1) and, Florida Three ,(3)to-wlt Hlock:

;i for recovery, and to deformed lips to a little dab of Twenty-two (S3) ae per the original
a stimulate trade between nations. If Wallhun Faulkner ; But they tell me there are map or plat. of the Town of siturR,
Lots of folks would neither walk rouge, and with this progress havIng still some acts comln' that are Bradford County, Florida an awa''
r in thehill of N. J. still the follow it will be up
Eeargen manufacture other ,
Germans powers been made It may not be far hot, of record In Deed book "N", at page

6,wampum. Maybe they aren't so dubm. If we keep up this the hard greatest times. blow yet struck at Run nor for books by William Faulk off when a woman can parade before 159 of Co'tnty the public, Florida.record of Bradford -

[Inflation business, wampum might come in handy some day. -0A -- ner beauty contest Judges ImmedIately I'm getthV so I feel right at KIXJVD Special ailEBS.MuHter.
after having washed her face home up here. Every time I sit D. &r. MARTIN & A. B.: CUBWA:!
I: 0 MURDERESS LIVES James Joyce and still have a chance of winning. down at the press table either In Solicitor for complainant.

The boys and girls must have discovered that they can I'm often reminded that boyce will -Sanford Herald. 1I-1I-lit-6-2. .. -

:'at least eat three meals a day on the farm. Statistics show "Under the. cheery October sun- be boyce --

__ the farm population to be 1,000,000 greater than it was this shine Los Angeles a lady railway walked station Into and the While virile skimming James through pages by GREEN ON Tina WAY UP And the Worst is Yet to Come---

Mime last year. claimed two trunks and a suit-case. The -.----, -- .
1 Congressional Representative -
0- It: was Ruth Judd," says a writerIn June Branch Cabell'' from the second Florida District -

x.; A woman's college reports a survey which shows that "The a national baggage magazine.master was awaiting I must be intellectual rabblecan't Is holding quite a share of
I see stuff James Branch
by the
I en get mad on an average of six times a week and women : her: the luggage bad been Cabell. days.limelight at Washington these .. "

three times. But then doesn't have to shave' marked for Inspection. Even on -; : '
only a woman During the hectic .' '
Muscle Shoals
the train which brought It from
-with:, the razor she sharpens pencils with. Arizona it had been found exceedIngly George Bernard Shaw session on Monday, Lex Green, recently T'
Few things there are that stick
assistant "whip" of
0I unpleasant and highly sus the craw

( They're carrying this ecenomy thing too far. A Kansas picious. It waa suggested that Mrs. Like drippings from the pen of his party, presided while Speaker ,
," Judd produce her keys. She fumb- Rainey was absent from the chair.
I ;man who is one of the 6,000 who report the weather daily to led. A happy smile: she would go Shaw. In addition to his unswerving 8APIJIGR

'[{central bureaus in Washington without pay received a notice home and get them. She disappeared Elinor-Glynn agreement with the Adminlstra-

.that his salary would be cut fifteen per cent. and the police did not find her ,It you can't possibly arrange to go attitude Lion Lex In maintains behalf his of the aggressive
for a number of days. cross-
'out and sin
,4; ? state canal. His perfect record of
"Meanwhile, the things were
':I You might stay home and read
_ A C. C. N. Y. professor says that the boy who stood on opened. One contained part of awoman's Madam Glynn. attendance remains unbroken as I
_'j' does the for which
one he Is
head the other had sec-
rthe.burning deck was a moron i that he did not,have intelligence tions of another; woman's body" known by the "home folks"-that I

". to adapt himself to a changing situation. But he did At the trail Mrs. Judd's attor- I never Harold stay up Bell late Wright at night of never leaving a stone unturned

get )his name in all the papers, didn't he, professor neys pleaded Insanity. When the Devourmg'IaroO' (He Man) In order to grant all his constituents -

0ilf' state's alienist testified that she WrightSir prompt response to queries w

was sane, the defense attorney and requests. _
: 'Commissioner of Agriculture, Nathon Mayo, in sponsorl asked him: JamAi'Barrle Last week In an address from

Wing a bill to create a State Agricultural Marketing Board, "Is It possible for a normal human Somehow I can't' share with dear the floor, he took another stand

_;<'.says that the road department alone could consume all the being to go to a baggageroom Aunt Carrie .* .for economy in behalf of the bill l rII
} and claim trunks filled with designed to wipe out the postal
l'f Her passion for the works of Sir
feed raised In Florida if these could ba
ragelp crops now the blood dripping remains of her James Barrie. deficit. Lex lashed out at extrav-

_ graded 'and handled properly. victims?" agent rentals of property for pos-

.0 The alienist answered with' dis- Edgar ducat tal purposes high-salaried "specialrepresentatives" }
.))1. f '
concerting common sense! 'That of the Postmaster
I thank, stars, Jhat past -
< to ; my we are .
: It that the pretzel fash-
>,r' may surprise you learn was was exactly the best thing for her blessed ,l'V", General, automobile expense

ipned by'a; priest Who mode piece of dough to represent the to do If she expected to get away With but one guy like Eddie Guest. and the franking privilege

fauns! folded in prayer. It was given by the monks to those with It." whereby government officials flood
Mrs. Judd was found guilty and another hearing and found adjudged -; the malls with postage-free matter.
who best said their The
derives from
Children prayers. name sentenced to die. AU over the Insane. The death sentence was He feels these Itenfa should be re- .
;;'1'ret-ium meaning "reward". Authorities do not tell us who country sentimentalists began pro- revoked. :duced and the President freely permitted -

;first discovered that the crooked little piece of dough went testing against the electrocution of Arizona: had kept Its slate clean I to cut the first class postage -

a woman. Arizona had never put a as to killing women-but it had i rate back to two cents, especially .
I.wen, with beer. woman to death. She was gives let live a brutal murderess. I if the postal employees are ..... ,- ftl
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