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 12, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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'gTFIFrp: 'E_ STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY U, 1933 NtT.MItF.lt T1t'FYTI'-tiEf'hN
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Band] 1 Bill Requires City 1 t I I Butter Introduces -- I Ked Cross Has Goods
Canning Project Scout Hike
Boy Pistol
Brass To Accept Bonds I ii Three Bills to Alter i To Be Given Out; Shooting ,

urns Out HereTo M. Mann bill Introduced In requiring Tax by PaymentsA the Senator City of J. To Get StartedIn Three bills State which Game would alter Laws the Win\' Be EventOf May-will Appl be received y Soon at Follows Trial i I ,


3.2 certificates Starke to accept of Indebtedness its bonds or other made Bradford Soon game laws Into of the the House State of were Representatives Introduced June Red Cross Headquarters of here for,,

r Welcome\ prior assessed to 1933 prior for to payment 1P33 was of passed taxes Bradford.this week by C. C. Butlerof Early several shirting,thousands unbleached yards muslin prints etc.,, In Circuit Court ,

arrived from
this week by the Senate. recently government
The bills were: To permit hunt White people -
on LiI'rR'Ot' b.med Thus Far The bill met the approval of the .5,000 Cans Are On Way Here. ing or fishing without license by Scoutniiuitor Plan. Dully Program will apply headquarters on Tuesdays; colored on Feeling MUll IllKh Over Cane In- ;I.
In Bradford To Sell city council as the bonds will be I IfeaiM and l'ota/oea residents over fifty years or un For Oroup At KlngH- Fridays.The \oUliiK Frank LaRue And
Beerreturned accepted at par in payment of Are Donated der fifteen years of age. To permit ley LakeApproximately following will receive applications U"m'h: Kolwnton
taxes, and as taxpayers can buy I
-- owners or tenants to trap in their own districts) Mrs. -
Bradford Coun- the bonds at a discount 11i..1. ..believed Five thousands/ cans are expectedto birds within the enclosure of'
to '" game twenty Boy W. B. Alexander, Hampton; O. J. A shot fired Into a house where
,r week audaltaehomethirty the measure will mdace I arrive here this week and prep lands which they may own or control : Scouts and Cubs will be eligible togo Phillips, Lawtey; :Mrs. M. P. :Ma- i Blanch Kobersnb was visiting
II Yg date many of them to get tneir prop arations are being made to begin within county of their reef to a new camp to be established theny, Brooker; Mrs. Millard Tuesday night gave proof that feelIng -
little excitement. erty back on the booksMessenger Monday canning beans for the use dence. To permit hunting and fishIng at Lake for occupancy -
created Klngslcy ready Johns New River; :Mrs. C. Sullivan Is still high as a result of a
11 of being the general topic I of Bradford County needy next !In counties of residence by June 1. Theressa; biro F. J. Pattee, shooting scrape at Sampson City
,.cusslon there was little evb winter. The work will be under bona tide citizens who have paid To attend, all boys must have Heilbronn Springs. in January, 1032.
of any Interest on the part Boy the direction of Miss Pearl Jordan, real or personal property taxes parents consent and have follow (Signed) i :Mrs, N. D. Wainwright, Frank LaRue and the Roberson
10r wets and up until Thurs- home demonstration agent, who is without license. ing camp necessities: 1 double President Bradford Chapter woman were tried here in circuit
norning but one license for working In conjunction with the All three bills were refrerred to blanket or 2 single, and 1 cot, 1 e court Tuesday on an Indictment
j.2 bad been obtained In Injured Diving Bradford County Relief Committee. the game committee. sheetif possible; at least two charging assault with Intent to-

ounty.rt --.- changes clothing if possible; at Legion Play murder Ray Ooodge. A Jury returned ;
Hartmann, owner of the Canning centers will be estab least two towels and soap; hair a verdict of not guilty In 'Y' 1

rate In the northern J. L Goodman Is Reported Improving lished at Starke, Lawtey, Brooker, Story of PoppyIs brush, comb, tooth brush, tooth favor of the woman and found
rfit.town, applied for a license After Close Hampton Graham and possibly at paste, talcum powder, knife and Success LaRue guilty of assault and bat 1 1
af f!
i after Governor Sholtz's Call other points. The equipment will fork and spoon, drinking mug, 'J: Big tery. He was sentenced by JudgeA.
IY on the beer bill made be carried from one place to another Interesting plates and bowl, 2 napkins, 1 pair Z. Adkins to one day ISi jail. ,
tore legal at nine o'clock Goodman as It Is needed. The work In the leather shoes, 1 pair tennis shoe, .- LaRue and Mrs. Roberson were {
vrerage rnlng. J., L. young Western different centers will be under the bathing suit, hankerchlefs, 1 sunhat Glvror Thursday Night Mny 11 To tried In circuit court here last
sY !D reports that busl- Union messenger boy, was reported supervision of home demonstration of scout scarf, leggings or boots, Large Audience In year on a charge of murder in connection '
Hartmann airs J. A. Saul Chalrmun
fair, but not rush- on the road to recovery this women. 1 suitcase or .bag, pencil, writing Club HOIIHO with the shooting of Vann
been Tells of'et
baa than the same de- week after seriously injuring himself l It was originally planned to can Committee,' 'paper and envelopes. Williams in Sampson City over a r
more Work '
Stile for any soft drlk during hot making a dive Into the shallow part of the vast amount of straw ernn. Also if possible: Kodak, jackknife All roadn led to the Woman's year ago. They were found guilty '
water of Alligator Creek Wed berries that are now available axe, baseballs, gloves games, Clubhouse Thursday nght! May 11 of manslaughter and were sentenced
her nesday night of last week. since shipping season Is over but The poppies which the people of checkers, etc., or musical instruments. Without Name" to one year each' In the State ,
are have been several inquiries Young Goodman and several oth the State could not furnish the Starke will wear on Poppy Day, to see "Play penitentiary, r
licenses, Tax Collector C. A. er boys were taking a dip in the glass jars or lacquered cans that May 27, have been received by the All articles should be marked In with an all-star cast :Mrs. Uoberson was on her way to Y
It three!-act mystery com
ht reports, but many are creek swimming hole and he, not are necessary so this project was local unit of the American Legion some manner for Identification and was silver dollars Sampnon City Tuesday night and
Dg until the expected drop Inof I realizing that the water was only dropped. Auxiliary, Mrs. J. A. Saul, chairman delivered to scoutmaster's house edy drama. -Five the suggesting stopped to visit at the home of c

the new drink arrives. two or three feet deep, made a dive Potatoes will not be canned either of the poppy committee, an not later than Friday noon, June 2. were the given beat to title for person the show and Lester Kite. It was then that the '
figures that there will be no' and struck his head on the bot but efforts will be made to store nounced this week. The little red Boys cannot leave camp exceptby useful and beautiful gifts shot was fired Into the house. It '
demand for 3.2 until it costs tom.The them so that they can be used for flowers packed In neat boxes were written consent of parents or donated many by local merchants were Is thought by Sheriff W. J. Epper S {,
iao the thirty cents now be- injured boy was brought to relief work later In the year. shipped from Lake City, where scoutmaster, to the audience between son that the shot was fired merely '
ked for it. Licenses are re* town by his companions and doctors Final arrangements have not they were made by disabled World Any local boy from nine to given away the acts. The entertainment in an attempt to frighten the wom-
d to cost a total of $40. Of who attended him say that he been completed for carrying out War Veterans under Auxiliary di eighteen may go to this ramp by staged for the benefit an as It entered the building high. '
ot&l. {20 is for the State, $10 had all the symptoms of a broken this, project, but It is believed at rection. They are paper replicas paying a fee of $280, upon being of the was American Legion and un above the window.
he county, and $10 for the neck although an X-ray was not present that workers will be paid of the poppies which bloomed on sponsored by a Scout. der the direction of Theodore The shooting in which William 1+ ,
The city's license may be re taken to determine definitely. canned, goods.Bradford the battlefields In France and The scoumaster has arranged the H. Bird and Glyn T Rye of was killed and Goodge Injured oc- r' ,, ',a
at the next meeting of thee Doctors Wednesdaythat Belgulm during the World War. the
reported following dally program: New York City, the cast was ai, 'cured at Sampson City on
the condition of youpg Good Hardware "There is a story behind each of Morning call--6.00: o'clock. night of Jan. 11, 1932. It la al-
e beverages will be legal man*was improving and that pa the flowers," Mrs. Saul said. "Each Bath-6:30: to 6:45. follows: A Colored Servant- Uged that LaRue shot the two
ghoul the State unless and ralysis, which had gripped one side Announces Contest has been made individually by Roll call and setting up exercises Prof.Rastus Leon--A. Gray. man on the order of Mrs. Roberson ;i

counties vote to prohibit their of his body showed signs of. dis.l some disabled veteran;! and each -6:15: to 6:30.: Johhny Sparks-A Sport-Mr. when they came to her house to 8
acture and sale at specialu. contributed to the welfare of
has household goods. It Is
appearing. The Bradford Hardware Company move some
Julian Peek,
These elections will bet I ----V w announces )In this week's pa some disabled man or his family. 6:30.Flag raising and camp Inspection Doctor Bell-The Uncle-Mr. D. said that Mrs. Roberson and her w
one-fifth of the qualified Hundreds of veterans unable to do and be .
7:15. husband had been separated
that Its annual fishing contest I : Red Monteith.
per ( )
demand them, but each School Reform other work have beep given employment 7:30.( to claim the I
Is now open to; all comers. Talesof Troop inspection- : Peggy Davis A Debutante sent the two victims
\1\ may hold an election onsubject big hauls that have been caughtby I making three flowers ChapeI-7.5. Mrs. Herbert Hart. goods, LaRue, a boarder at the '
( only once In each two s local fishermen in recent wleksI during the winter and spring. Breakfast-8:00: to 8:30.: Edith Falrchald Society Hue home, fired on the two men from a ;

9. To Become Law have lead the hardware store to I I I "For each poppy made the Auxiliary Camp duties-8:30: to 9:30. -Miss Mary Pearce. window In the house upon their ap- ,
: ordinances prohibiting sale the worker one cent.
believe that its contest will create,. pays Scouting-9:30: to 11:00. Lester Arden-A Detective-Mr., proach.
beverages were repealed au- than I The disabled man can make about Swimming-11:05 to 11:30.: Other Cuss t r.
Interest this season ever T. .
more Rye.Douglas
tally when the bills becamelaw I. without taxing their Glyn dU,4,4
before. 300 a day Dinner-12 to 1:00.: Fuirchlld-A Crook- The following cases were
House and Senate Pass CentralIzing strength, meaning three dollars the was dis
offered Rest-1 to 2.00: no games. Mr. Theodore H. Bird. posed of before jury
idford County was voted dry Bill This The prizes that are being earned for the support of themselves Games-2:00 to 3:45.: DeShon Girl- 'charged Wednesday afternoon: .
i'years before State-wide pro- Week this year are very attractive: 1st, or families. The work Is Swimming to 5 p. m Reta -Mystery Taft Kllerson, negro, breakingInto

on December, 1918. The $5.$$; 2nd, $200; 3rd 100. given only to veterans who receive Camp duties 9 to 0:45.Dinner : Miss Pianist Estelle Miss Kendrick.Marjorle Stump. a box car and theft of goods
e-dry" amendment to the Tallahassee, May 10. -+ The The contest opened Monday May little or no government compen --6 p. m. to 700.: Vlollnst- Miss Anita. Court Found guilty and sentenced to> X1,1
-' constitution was voted by prompt passage of the Education- IS, and will run to September IS sation. For many of the men the Rest period 7 to dusk manch. three years Imprisonment.

917 Slate Legislature and was al Bill In the House and Inclusive. poppy money Is the first they have Camp fire--8:00.: Accompanist-bite. J. II Court Tommie Powell and Edward ,'..
ie+l by a majority of the voters Senate this week came asa Rules of the contest are published been able to earn In months or Taps-9 p. m. manch. i Adams, negroes, charged with assault -

ie general election In Novem- genuine surprise. It was be in an advertisement elsewhere years. In addition to the money Tent Inspection, any time there- .-- with Intent to commit mur
918.. It went Into effect Jan- lieved, because of the revolutionary In this Issue. earned, making the poppies has a niter der, were found not guilty. '

1, 1919 changes proposed, that this beneficial effect on the men in the This program applies only to Green Learns In the cane of W. T. Williams\ vu
en came national prohibition: measure would take up much time MRS. IDELL.SPAIUOIAN hospital, filling the long hospital week days; on Sunday there will A. E. and 8. G. Lewis for civil +
late and national Democratic on the floor and even the most hours with pleasant employment. be no games and church attendancewill damages, verdict was returned In
:y declarations of 1932; the sanguine supporters of the bill, Funeral services were held Sun "Many of the poppies are made be compulsory. favor of plaintiff and damages ae-
"Ugiw and elections of last were amazed at the speed with day from the Moulton & Kyle chapel by men who are blind, partially Parents and friends are cordially .Indian Names I sassed at $910.77 and attorneys'fees. ,i'
legalization of beer aid wine .which It was handled. In Jacksonville for Mrs. Idelln p&rallzed or otherwise disabled so Invited to attend camp any day at : .
ongress and repeal of the 18th This bill Is a substitute to the Sparkman, 71, widow of the lateC. badly that it would seem almost the rest periods only, Sundays 1 to I The following cases were continued -
dment subject to approval by original administration measure M. Sparkman, who died Friday impossible for them to do any 5 p. m. All days except Wednesday Meaning of Muny Fumlllur Florida ;
,lates It provides for a new uniform pol 'afternoon following a long illness, work. These men form groupo of June 7th, which will be open Town Are Explainedto State versus O. R. Prevail,
ire recently, on April 4, came icy of administration of state free and after living there for 17 years. two or three, known as 'poppy cor house all day and evening. At Co>itrf| * general assembly of' the 193!; public schools. The measure does The services were conducted by the porations' and work together on the campfire that evening another' of R..R. Thede at Lawtey. {'
da legislature; bllla to legal- away with a multiplicity of au- Rev. Douglas Leatherbury, and Interment the same flowers, each performing different jubilee will be held. Ad Honorable z,[. W Stirling, Chlel State versus C. A. Prlngle, two' "
:-M and regulate 3.2 per cent thorltes over schools in various services at Crosby cemetery the operations of which he la mission being 15c! or 3 cans of food of Bureau of American Ethnology,, Indictments/ assault with Intent to ,
,ollc beer and wine; a twen- counties. Starke were conducted by the capable. One will start the flower stuff or equivalent In dry vege Smithsonian Institution has furnished commit murder. { 1
day legislative deadlock be- The State Board of Education,,, Rev. A. E. Dunham. Pallbearerswere and when he has done all he can, tables. to Congressman R. A. Greena State versus Etta Williams, colored +
n senate and house; compro- in the new blU, would have the D. J. Lanahan, Carl H. Harris pass it on to the second who will list of Indian names as they apply assault with Intent to com 7 ,
and enactment of the mean power to fix and determine a max N. S. Bunting, Robert W Perdue do the work his disabilities permit differently disabled, to be complet to cities, streams, etc., in Flor mit murder. h ,
imum salary scale to be paid and D. J. O'Leary. and pass it on to the third man, ed." ida with their respective meanings. In the case of State versus L. M. S i
der the terms of the approved teachers. All salary warrants after The names are as follows: Mead, the defendant was not In the ) ;
Jon measure all revenues will having been made out by the Apopka, a place where potatoesare custody of the court and caplaa f
laced In a special fund In thee ]I county school boards would be eaten; Ocklawaha, muddy; was Issued. '

Treasury to be held Intact signed by the State Treasurer and I Olustee, black water; Chokollska, .
I apportioned, some special paid direct from the State funds rLegislative old house; Wetappo, perhaps on the Conservator Appointed ,
oy subsequent legislation. This allocated for schools other side of the water; Tohopek-
settled, by compromise, then The measure defines what shall allga, where there was a fort; Ii- I' For Bank of Starke r ,
n and control features which constitute higher grades, providesfor I tokpoga, seems to mean "noise ,f ,

been the main causes of the appointment of certain school PROGRAMGovernor the regular term of the session bended 3. Motor vehicle license tag ended"; Lochloosa, black turtle; The State banking department '
Wive deadlock which lasted officials, assures a uniform system NINE POINT tax. Mlnnehaha, is from Dakota "wa this week announced the appointment If
* weeks. The senate) insisted I of accounting, determines the -Sholtz advocateda "There is ample time to dispose 4. The reduction of the numberof ter-laughing"; Ocheesee people of of C. <.. Stockwell of DeLand P Pu
money go to the general fund. size of classes and flies courses of Dave of all necessary business of thH circuits and circuit judges. a different speech; Okeechobee,, conservator of the Bank of '
,,1 Bouse was equally firm In its study, requires submitting of bud nine point program as a guide session If no more time Is lost by 5. County officers salary bill. big water; Panasoffkee, deep valley Starke. Mr. Stockwell assume*! 4'' r..
to have the money placed in get by each county board for state for shaping legislation during the 'unnecessary delays," the governor 8. A reasonable homestead regulation deep ravine; Thonotossassa,, duties here Tuesday Z '
reboot fund.. approval abolishes the office of remainder of the legislative session said. He pointed out that the spir- for beneficial occupation where there Is flint; Weahyakapka,, The new conservator will accept r j
''e report accepted the house state Inspector of high schools, and In his second address before a If of compromise should exist. to Insure of wUd state lands. waters dividing; Weklva, a spring; deposit In trust and the bank will '
emendation fora manufac- covers a number of other points; smooth operation of our legislative 7. A workmen's compensation Wlmlco, water-chief, a principal be operated along the same line, U .
rs' 1933 legisla-
tax of six cents a gallon. all tending to give the state sweep joint session of the machinery and asked for act that is fair, sane, and reason stream (7); Apalachlcola, people that have been In effect since the

,*senate measure had proposed ing control over the school sys ture. harmony and cooperation so that able. And may I remind you that of the other side; Caloosahatchee, banking moratorium.
cent tax. After expressing his appreciation Important legislation may be completed Florida Is one of the few remaining river of the Calusa Indians; Chlloc-- Payments on trust deposits will
e regulation prohibiting sale tem.The State Board of Education Is of the splendid work it dad without the necessity of an states In the Union which has cohatche, horse river; Chlttahat- continue to be made (n cash or by ; +
er within fifty feet of churches composed of the governor, the done In committee meetings and extra session which, he said, was not been fair to its laboring people. Ghee, snake river; Chacttawhat- checks drawn against, the account. ti''
vJ yards of schools was not tate treasurer, and the state superintendent on many important measures "inconceivable In the minds of pea 8. The elimination of useless Ghee, river of the Chatot (not Choc- These payments were made with M1
"OLocal authorities "bavelOwer of publlc Instruction. hearings he said: "By tola work you1 ple who are thinking in terms of ,boards, bureaus, and commissions. taw) Indians; Contoohatchee, probably out Interruption while Mr. StockY .
!to to regulate these mat- This educational bill is recognized have paved the way for the speedy economy." i 9. And of utmost importance at river of the eoonU-flour (a well was aaiumlng his duties. ,
meet the specific needs of? as one of the most Important of legislation so necessaryto Reiterating his potation In re this session of the legislature. lathe Samla); Econflna, land bridge (a MMHHH_ BHV0WMM BW.MBMVMOUK '
communities. Beverages must before the assembly passage the of the of natural bridge; Fahkahnatchee, : ritl/K LJUES ,
be pieces of legislation : the welfare of our people at this gard to the sales tax, governor frank facing problem
sold to persons under this aeseloa.COa1D11T7LrE critical time. I know that we all emphatically stated that while lie the Indebtedness on the part of perhaps "brick (or burnt clay) r4
years of age. eigb-I realize the condition of our State had been told proponents of the the cities and counties in our state, river"; Fcnholloway, high bridge; V. Manning of the Florida
Pervision of Florida's !: NAMED the are confidently sales tax were interested In block which I can state again must be Elalputtlokee alllgator-devoure; State Farm, Is another who deserves ( ,
s Industry i, In the hands of TO INVESTIGATE FARM and that the people legislature to set fag other legislation and were behind i worked out now. All the work of Miami said to be "geat water"; honors for growing prize ;, (" ,
gOVernor who will work I IJ8'I1 Tallahassee, May 10.-President In motion expecting the measures which will move to increase appropria the legislature will be of little value Ocklocknee, yellow water; Pith- Easter lilies In this section. t i
ten luperv1 on. Those! Futch has named a committee the relief so necessary." He floor and reduce revenue' In every unless we set the machinery In lachosacotte. canoe pllo; Taluga, Mr. Manning was this week ex
;tears. selected by GovernorI comprising Senators Mann, Clark, bring called the legislature to for possible way, with the hope of forcIng motion and place our house In or perhaps means "a twin crow"; hibiting a stalk which supported '
r' from over 500 applicants I and Chownlng to conduct an in- get petty upon differences and think in a sales tax at this session, he der. I cannot too strongly emphasize Tomoka, name of the ancient Floridian fifteen large blooms-a bouquet In r ,
names will not be made pub- administration of the and of this people; Waccassassee, where itself.
qutiy of the terms of the welfare of the State, was absolutely opposed to It the Importance prob
l.e I14ld.. due to the confidential State Prison Farm at Ralford. of and of achievement.The would veto any sales tax measures lem. In a spirit( of a coworkerand there are cattle; Wlthlacoochee, i
re economy
I their Inspection work Senator Mann, Lake Butler. Introduced governor repeated his statement brought to his desk this _Ion. In accordance with my duty as lake river, marshy river; Charlotte HEUEK!: MONEY AKKIVE8
Ulufacturers must pay an an- a resolution calling for an made April that he had no I He presented the following pedal your governor I have suggestedthe Harbor, a corruption of Calusa -
ti Ucense of $750 oa each plant Investigation Into alleged extravagances desire to attempt domination over : order of business:.which he debt funding bill now before Harbor; Chattaboochee, incised The Bradford County Relief
I" "Post a $ .OOO bond with the in connection with the cost legislative deliberations and judg' considered of vital Importance. you for consideration. Unless rocks, engraved rocks Homosusa Committee received $l.o:0 this
comptroller. Each whole- of upkeep of Superintendent L. F. ments. He pointed out that the They are the same that were set something better Is offered. I am where there are pepper trees; week for the month of May.
r must pay a license of $200 on Chapman's home and other expense people are demanding constructive forth In his original message, asking that you not delay further Hypoluxo, poluskl means something 1V +
I establishment and also post items of the prison farm. legislation and that there .U a namely: consideration of thi; measure I circular; Istachatta. red I ,' The reign of Francis Joseph ,
I one amount of bond. Retail as to what L Appropriations. man; Lacoochee, perhaps "a little I Austria was the longest In : ,
ee a ang; m price from >23 to are permitted to levy up to 00 percent will growing really apprehension be accomplished before 2. The educational legislation. (Continued on page 4.J) (Continued on page ..2-.2jI I hUtory,lasting 67 ye re. ,
year. state license.
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were visiting relatives here Sun--1 Mrs. J. Roy Quinn, Mrs. Julia BIGGEST WORKIS I And the Worst is Yet !
t to Come-
NEW RIVER HAMPTON day.Mr. Crews, Mrs. Margaret Norman and

and Mrs. J. M. Hersey and i Mrs. R. N. Crawford. NOT DONE \ _,.. _.
Mfl.n E.-'. Sapp Cor Minn Ada Mmmo, Cor. little granddaughter, Doris of "
I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford en- BY LAWMAKERS I -
Starke and Mrs. J. P. Hammock ol !P-::::: :.:::
Death of S. V. Andrews WilliamsHicksMr. Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. and tertained their friends last Tuesday .

Scott V. Andrews died April 20 and Mrs. A. Q. Pope, of Wil- Mrs. Frank Merriett at New River night wun| a peanut popping. At, Thins That Really> Count Are -

at Park View Hotel In Dunnelloi liston announce the marriage of Sunday. the conclusion home-made candywas Piled Up High On LegUlutlvo ---4 ,
their sister Miss Alta Onita Hicksto served to the twenty-eight
where he was taken for medical Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez and Desks -
aid being ill for only a short time Mr. Benjamin Williams at their children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. guests.Mr. ==---- -
Mr. Andrews had been a native May 2 at 7 p. m. Only a few J. L. Underhill lii Pine Level Sun- and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and =- -=
friends and relatives were present. daughter-, Mrs Peter March and Tallahassee A legislature -
of Florida all his life was born -
The bride wore a lovely blue gown day.Misses Misses Frankie Lou and Ruth Mur- has done little of major ImportanceIn
at New River June 12 1885 and Gladys Underhill, Audrey
with white accessories. Mr. and rhee, attended the funeral of Mr. the first half of Its 60-day exIstence -
was the son of Mr. and Mrs. FrankA. McRae, and Jack Edwards and Mr. the -
Mrs. Williams are at home to their Murrhee's brother, Mr. Tom Mur- except to approve ==-
Andrews Sr. He was 48 yeara and Mrs. Paul Underhill motoredto -
many friends at Irvine, Fla. rhee at Russell last Tuesday. legal flow of 3.2 per cent alcoholic
old at he time of his death. New River Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. of beer and wine-was in
Next at Roy Quinn
Sunday evening: seven-
He was a resident of Bradford Mrs. Aleen Phlllman and children -
member of the thirty p. m., there will be a Ma- Evergreen spent Sunday here the adjournment today, with desks I i
County and was a left Friday for their home in
sonlo service'at the First Baptist guests of Mr; and Mrs. R. N. Craw- piled high with bills of e
National Guard. He received hon. Tampa, accompanied by her brother 1
orable discharge from that position Church of Hampton. All Masons Fred Halslop and a nephew,, ford.Mrs. ture.The
House finally
and members of the Eastern Star Julia Crews and children Senate and
his twenties.Mr. Robert Ward.
during early and Robert Crawford of the beverage proposition -
ton are invited to be present. Arrange- were visiting disposed
Andrews moved to Morris
He ments have been made for special Mr. and Mrs. C. Thompson at Rai- yesterday, sending five bills
Florida November 12, '
m Miss music and an address on Free and ford Sunday afternoon. of that nature to the governor for
united in marriage
was Accepted Masonry.The EVERGREEN Miss Iris Dicks of Dukes and signature.Both .
Ethel Godwin and to this union flv d5/A
r play entitled a "Poor Man" Miss Geneva Johnson of Lake City bodies have approved a pro- NI ;-n.,

survive children him.were After born the all death of whom of his accompanied by a beauty contest, Mr. F. A. Bo.l.r, Cor. spent a few days here last week posal to change the constitution by

at the city hall last Friday eve- the guests of Mrs\ C. E. Crawford. eliminating the State's "bone dry"
married to Miss
first wife he was
Susie Cone and to them were born ning was a marked success. A nice Mrs A. E. Thompson and babyof Mrs. L.: M. Murrhee and daughters 19th amendment, subject to the

three children.Mr sum of $13 was realized. The pro- Kissimmee, Mrs. W. L. Arm- Misses Frankle Lou and Ruth, will of the voters In 1934. Full leg-

b Andrews was a great sports ceeds will be used for the Hamp- strong and children of Dover andJ. and Mrs.' Peter March spent Sun- latlve approval also has been given h
ton baseball team. Miss Willie H. Reynolds spent several days day 'at Heilbronn with Mr. and the administration sponsored measure fv
man and always enjoyed a good
hunting trip with his friends and May Hinson, who r preaentetlJobnson's last week here with their sister, Mrs. M. Rhoden.Mr. to re-establish for another two i tt3. ,4 y
j and Mrs. L.'J. Norman and the seventh cent
comrades. He was a well respected Ever-ready Cafe, won Mrs. Schellle Rosier. years emergency !
> citizen throughout the state of first prize and her !sister! Miss Okie j Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and children daughter Cleo, were visiting Mr. gasoline tax.
Hinson, who H. V. Sox and Mrs. G. N. Norman at High- .' 111
r Florida and will be greatly missed represented spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Voter to ApproveThe 47 ve11Ifl
,? At the time of his death he wasa on's store won the second prize. J. S. Sapp land Sunday. legislature also has sent up acs
member of the Democratic com Miss Geraldine Johnson and sister Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Quinn and Mrs. Margaret Norman left Sun- for approval of the electorate proposed
Mary Lee, were in Pa- day for Raiford, where she expectsto
mlttee of Levy County, a deputy visiting daughter, were visiting\ Mr. and constitutional amendmentsto
4 sheriff of Morriaton, a trustee of latka last Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Norman Sunday; spend sometime.Mr. abolish the offices of justice of
( Morrlston school and a member of C. L. Houser has returnedto J. Q. Rosier and Leonard Crews and Mrs. W. C Chesser and the peace and constable; to combine -

the Columbia Woodmen Lodge. her home here after a visit with were visitors to Jacksonville Thurs- daughter, Nettle, are spending this the office of county tax collector ........ AI

Funeral services were held from her mother in Jacksonville week at Brooker, where they ex- and assessor; and to take the "
Mrs. Minnie Johns Is visiting her day.B.. E. Rosier and mother and pect to move later. of Electric Power Product 1
the New River Baptist church Saturday offices county surveyor, county I tute bills which. as In the case of !
morning at 11 o'clock and daughter, Mrs. J. L. Cooke of Steaa Motes and Russell Raulerson superintendent of public instruction the school bill, will not be as dras- proving in comparison will|

interment was made In New River' Gainesville this week. spent Sunday in Jacksonvillewith and constable out of the classof tic. year.

cemetery In the family lot. Rev Mrs. W. H. Griffin was called to Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and GRAHAM constitutional elective offices. -
Ward Sheffield of Alachua offlciat the home of her son, P. E. Griffin, children.W. Some banking bills also have been i Few taxation measures have Oil-Gasoline stock del
Ing. whose Infant died last Friday at J. Reynolds who has spent flu Ellen Johnion Car. passed. been introduced, although a gen- slightly.

t A profusion of beautiful flowers two p. m. at Macclenny. the past year here with his son-in- I Spurred by the reuest of Gover- eral 2 per. cent sales tax bill and a -

1' were given to show the last tribute Mrs. W. P. Birt and children, law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. Graham Defeat Hampton 10.7Behind nor Sholtz, in a special message 20 per cent cigar and tobacco bill Flies are raised at Washln!
; Marvin S. Rosier returned to Dover Sun- maJe their w ay into the legislaturesome D. C. zoo and fed to |
e of respect to him. and Florrie Belle and Mr. the masterful hurling of delivered Thursday, legislators pre frogs ar.
Mr. Andrews is survived by his Ira Brown, all of Alachua county day. Roy Reynolds and a wild and free pared during the week-end recess time ago. ards.

i9 widow Mrs. Susie Andrews of Morris i attended the play here last Friday Mr. and Mrs J. E. Rosier and hitting last Inning rally the Gra- for renewed activity toward en- I

ton; three daughters, Mrs. M evening. children, spent Sunday with Mr. ham Crackers defeated the Hamp- actment of the chief executive'sbill i

'7 F. Wiggins New River, Misses' and Mrs. Leaton Morgan near ton Hornets at Wasden Field 10-7. recommendations and other ,Eating Roosevelt Salad?
Starke.J. t
Oveda and Louise Andrews ofMorrlston.
Hampton acquired an early lead necessary pieces of legislation.
four sons Troy, Rudolph R. Quinn and Tom Overstreetwere due to some wild pitches, walks, Included among these were the

S. V. Jr., and Levon of Mor RISING visitors to Jacksonville Fri- errors and a few hits and held the biennial appropriations bill; school

rlston. His father, Mr. F. A. Andrews M.... II. M. HcRac, Cor. day.Mr lead until the last inning when the legislation; the motor vehicle license
and Mrs. R. S. Rosier with
of New River, also three
Graham batters got to Johns and tag bill; homestead exemp-
,t brothers, Messrs. G. W. and R. A their guests, Mesdames A. E. t
Morgan for six hits and eight runs. tion legislation; a workmen's com-
{ Andrews of New River and F. N. Rev. C. A. Crosby and Mr. and Thompson, W. L. Armstrong, J. H. Graham picked up a run In the pensation act; a bill to centralizeIn /

L t Andrews of Jacksonville. Mrs. W R. Halslop attended the Reynolds and Mlsa Louie Belle Carter fifth inning another in the sixth the state board of administration r ,to

The funeral was in charge of: fifth Sunday meeting at Deadon were visiting Mrs. W. G. and finished up with eight In the the power to take over affairsof

"; Roberta &: Son of Ocala, Church. Stringfellow in Starke Saturday last Inning when the entire lineup cities and counties in debenture yaa o f

William Groover of Miami pass- night. batted at least once. Reynolds difficulties; judicial recircuiting;
Darling daddy Is gone ed through this Mr and Mrs. Cohen Peele spent
section Friday. hurled a wonderful game and and other measures.
He is in a better home. Schell Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Barnes left a few days ago struck out eleven and probably HomesteadsThe
He knows no more pain and sorrow Rosier near Lawtey.
for his home at Dothan, Ala., after would have won easily if his team-
Senate passed the $ -$10t -
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingof
spending some time here with rela- mates had given him more support.
$ license bill substituted for
We still think of daddy and hug- tives. the. State Farm, were visiting tag
Ira Brown, Roy Reynolds, Her
band dear. his mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding the J5-J10-and-up bill sponsored by
Although he cannot hear Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae and bert Brown and Murrhee, wieldedthe the governor and the house prepared -
children of Starke spent the week- hickory to advantage for Gra to return the first of the .
We think happy Is he, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews and I
end here with bis parents, Mr. and ham, while- Williams, Shaw and !week to consideration of the Brown !
Who rests In love and peace. brother, Leonard, spent Sunday at :
Mrs. H. Johns stood out for Hampton.
M. McRae. ,the; State Farm.BOOTSEY'S. :bill to set up homesteads of from :
D. M. McRae spent the week-end I Morgan pitched a steady game 10 to 80 acres.
In Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. until the last and struck out nine r The appropriation committee of

Gum Branch and Mrs. Leslie Libby of batter W Strickland stole homeIn ,the Senate substituted for the ad-

Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Mert BEACH the last Jnning.A ministration bill an appropriationmeasure

'i Ellzabeth Homage* Cor. Newman of Hellbronn, were visit- I return engagement will be of Its own, providing for
I* G .kla.. Cor. played in Hampton Saturday.
ing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas some $200,000 more a year for

B. M. McRae was visiting J. A. Sunday.Mrs. Charlie state government than the $8,845-:
Harnage Wednesday night. J. M. IIersey spent last Weiner Itoast Messrs. and Miller 845 recommended In the governor's sir ...c "A

Miss Elizabeth Harnage spent week at New River with her son- Miss Thelma Gasklna entertained Thomas, Clyde and Willie Strick- bill. The House appropriation'bill

l Saturday night with Miss Gladys in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. a large number of her friends land attended the ball game Sun- Is still in committee. First Lady of the Land, Mrs. and government; officials, and I
Keene. Frank Merrlctt.Mr. Saturday night with a weiner day at the State Farm. Legislation sought by the gover- THE popularity has spread throu
+, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and and Mrs. N. D. Green of roast. Mrs Carter, Petty and family of nor to centralize control of the D. Rooseye'.t.left( ) the country. This new naUo4

children of Lawtey, were visitingMr. Hellbronn section, spent the week- Those present were: Misses Homervllle, Ga., were visiting public free school system in the and Mrs. Joseph T. Robinson wife salad consists of chopped ale

.. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. end here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frankie Lou and Ruth Murrhee, friends and relatives here Sunday. state board of administration like- of the Senator from Arkansas phoj shredded white and red call

Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp Thomas. Martha and ElTle Crawford, Mel- Mr. Avner Padgett and family wise failed to meet approval of I' tographed dining in the Senate Res- green; peppers, diced carrots i

7' were visiting Misses Elizabeth and Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner have vlna and Geneva Crews, Cleo Nor- left Sunday for Homerville, Ga., Senate committees and a substi- taurant in Washington as guests French peas, tl oroughly mixed|

a Allie Harnage Sunday afternoon. moved to this section from Vanderbilt man, Willie Mae Reddish Thomas where they will make their home tute bill, not as drastic in provisions 'ot the Weekly 'Senate Ladles a cup of marl nalse and Ie '

Misses Mary Reddish, Gladys and Louie Murrhee, Cecil Robinson, for a while.; was laid before the body this now Luncheon famous, probably Roosevelt enjoying Salad. the stuffed on crisp lettuce, garnished
1'r' Keene, Elizabeth Harnage, St. Mrs. Walter'Underbill and children Robert and A. J. Crawford, Ell Mr. and Mrs Roy Reynolds are week. I The Roosevelt Salad was first Because all of the Ingredln

{ Clair Moseley and Carl Reddish attended D. M. McRae and Mrs. F. :M. Thompson, Fisher, J. B. and Wil- the proud'parents of a baby boy Committees have not yet actedon introduced\! In the Senate Restaurant are easily and cheaply obu

D church at Hellbronn .Saturday White enjoyed a day's outing anda lard Gaaklns, Clarence Rhoden, born Tuesday May 2. the debt fund commission bill on inauguration/ day J as a food purveyors in ail parts of tl
night. fish fry at New River Friday. Wilbur and Algio Crawford and for cities and counties in financial compliment to President Roosevelt I country report the new salad 1
Mr.W. M. McRae left Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. E. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dryden Mr. Newsprint Outlook clouded, straits, but members have Indicated and now Is eaten dally by United become unusually popular.u

Jacksonville. where be will spend.a daughter Agnes, of Heilbronn, j and Mrs. L. J. Norman. :Mr. and with further price slashing feared. they expected to return"aubatl- State Senators, torelen'diplomats I spring, budget dish..

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Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp and -:fHE 'MAIN\ CTHING .ON MAIN STREET"
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;;, and Mrs. Buddy Norman Sunday

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Mr. and Mrs. R. Conner and DIAGRAM dn yaun BIGHT

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.aM. t SUBMARINE: GR UN'DMiami of the : ;; 1
seven Rlngling brothers who Daytona Beach
woman, was you sort of wanter know how long
The Navy submarine founded one of the world's largest .lodged In the Alachua county Jail: r LETTERS OF A 8TARKEITE you kin stay.
S-14 ran aground in the harbor shows--sat In his car on a side Saturday I
morning, charged with TO A NORTHERN PROSPECT
1 Now I want to tell
here Saturday as it came to dock I ye some more
street and watched
[ Saturday with aiding the prisoners) to
LIVE STATE NEWSNews with six other submarines and two tear-dimmed eyes the last sectionof Sheriff's officers announced that I about them five hard roads that
out of Starke northto w
tenders run --one
after winter maneuvers in the 102 car train bearing his Mrs. Dixon was driver of an automobile -i Starke, Florlday, goes
southern waters The S-14 was how to Brooklyn as it snaked out in which AI Jacksonville an you can start
convicts. 29 1933.
April ,
of Florida in Short' Paragraphs here and clean to New York
pulled free after
by the of the local It
yards. was the L. Dixon, presumed to be Mrs. Dlx- Mr. James
J tender Chewink and proceeded to a first time In more than a score on'a husband and Dave Harper' Hunt 'thout ever gittln' off the bard
1"1"FOR : New York City. road. Then you can start south
at the docks. She
was of years that the circus magnate I were carried to brief freedom af-
__ .......... damaged. Sixty officers and 50 had to see his show take the road ter they fled from the farm col- Dere Jim and go clean to Key West same
men on the submarines and tenders without him but serious illness ony, where they were assigned to I got yore last letter tother day 'way-on hard road I mean.

FAIR EXHIBIT I o'clock Thursday and brought the will have four days shore leave which bas made of him a semi-In work by the state prison authori and sure was glad to here you was Then thar is one that goes to
I Green Cove Springs, on across the
Marlon County commla- total tonnage of cane during the here. valid for the past few months ties. gittlng better. Hope you will be
appropriated S1.500 season to more than 400.000 tons made It necessary for him to stay well snuff soon to start the old bus Johns River to St. Augustine
pave vast Increase ISLAND PURCHASED to so's for and down the coast as far aa ye>
of the State'a race a over the tonnage of at home. TALKS ON TREES Florlday you can aee
11.I spare the Florida ex-I any previous season. The last bag' Clearwater Purchase of the yorself that I ain't tole no lies want to go.ALother .
Nny for of Progress of sugar was sacked last nght. northern end of Clearwater Beach FLORIDA about this here part of the State goes to Lake City and
at the Century Island for a cabana colony was IN MOVIESSt. By E. Porter Felt, bein' the best to live in. all points north, or west and ylt
Petersburg Aubrey Kennedy Dartlett Tree Research Laboratories another to
LblcsgafoNICTFU one goes Palatka on
II HER announced last week by Paul Randolph Ye see in this of Florlday
LUCKY DAY well known motion picture part
Stamford, Coon. the St. Johns River, and south
Miami Mrs. Stella : who acted for the purchasers IB back you buy land by the acre and
OF BOMBING Keep 33 producer : at the helm aftera through the part of the state where
Emery Burton and I.. was alive today and apparentlynot T. R. Palmer Erie Pa., and trip to New York where he made I An ant crawling upon the trunkof mighty good land too. 'stead of by the beet lettuce and celery you

were convicted by a seriously Injured although she CoL William Hayward New York, final distribution arrangements for a tree Is a common sight and the gallon\ as they did down southa ever et Is raised.

,:sera jury here of bombplant was dragged about 100 feet by a wealthy winter residents of Belle- all Aubrey Kennedy productionswhich rarely attracts notice. A numberof few years ago. ITen them fel- Now don't It strike you that
court of the Star Cleanerslast Florda East Coast railway train air. The purchase includes the en- are to be made at Kennedy ants upon a tree may raise mild lers that had so much money to around where thar are so many
Friday Witnesses said she tire northern point from the pres- City Florida. With the already upend on mud puddles had Jest
March Judge E. night. stage curiosity as to why they are there roads would be a fine place to
sentence pend- stumbled and fell almost in frontof ent cabana row on the gulf shore, st. this groat industry Is and why they are abundant. Recently stopped up round here they would- start aomethlnT
the train at a Her and 100 feet of water frontage to now a permanent Institution withinFlorlda's n't have gone busted, and nobuddy
trial. crossing.
new on a warm spring day we
for II I hey bin about all over the state
notion the south on the bay side of the would have been blowed
dress caught In the borders. A total of 36 away
pilot, or cowcatcher saw literally hundreds of large red-
and I think this here climate lathe
and she for Island. feature length pictures will be cause ye see the big storms don'tcome
was dragged i dish and black field ants crawling beat for all-the-year-round of
AFRlC.INTERESTED about 50 feet.URGED. made here this season 24 of which this-away. They go 'cross
upon a small tulip tree. It was still
Hardee county vege- FISIIES BY HAND the low Course here any part of the State; the beat
uc/Jula/ will be released through P. A. Pow- places. we
too early for the leaves to start,
soon be growing Avon Park-Unusual or other- thunder and and place to raise cattle, hogs, sheep
eed may ers, New York and twelve through some lightnln'
and It looked much as though the
Africa. A letter from Johnof wise, this Is a true fish tale. J. T. Eagle Productions of New York some, folks have, had their roofs and goats where you kin raise all
ants were out ahead of time. An
Africa Hollywood Advertising by the feed and If have
Incbaban. West Hardee and 8-year-old son, while and Hollywood. blowed off but they would soon yore own you t
U Wauchula Farmers Supply medical profession and better en- fishing for bream in Deer Lake, examination showed they were have fell off anyway so not much land enuff you jest feed 'em by
asked for the 1933 forcement of medical laws in Flor- with attractedby busily engaged in crawling over harm Is done. turnln' from one pasture to an-
here poor success were
1 on seed. He ida were urged by speakers at the of CUCUMBERS MARKETED thousands of minute, scarcely visible other. No bother 'cept to open and
and prices the strange maneuvering a Ye that Is wuth
annual convention of the Florida I Wauchula-The spring cucum- young of the tulip tree scale. see something shot a gate.
; was a market gardener. big mouth black baas in the grassy thlnkin' about when air look-
Medical association. "I hope with- ber season put on a whirlwind fin- These little pests had spent the you Ain't writ hardly any thin' I

IN CITY LIMITS! in the next year the medical association edge nches of of the water.lake The in boy about wadedto 10 ish during the past week and yes- I winter on the underslde-3 of the In' for a place to settle down- wanted to, but mebbe kin git to it

)RW The only additioncity of Florida will adopt some in terday found virtually all the crop branches and the ants were evidently soon, and tell you bout a big boom
bass which he
K ula picked up find in the sweet secretions of
of Wauchula In method of legalized advertising In sold and buyers preparing to go Investigating prospects for there Is fist ahead In these part,
limits his bare hand, discovering one bass elsewhere. During the week seven I the coming season. They were ex- these pests an attractive and fre-
would be cut off. If aItloa the public press said Dr. Gary R. to swallow another. that ia goln to make the Miami
years attempting cars left the Wauchula market five amining the scale Insects' carefullyand quently abundant food supply. It
council last Holden. of Jacksonville In his address boom look like a "fly spec" aside
passed by Both fish were alive when sep- of them last week-end and the acted much la well known that ants protect
to- as as though they
the Leglsla- as president of the associa- of hit, an thla one Is a-goln to last
I u adopted by tion. arated. The larger one weighing tal movement to date U 102 carloads were saying, "Wake up and pro plant lice and in the case of a -not blow up like a busted bal
I The 1926 addition comprises 28 ounces and the smaller a few for which it Is estimated vide us with honeydew." species occurring in the corn fieldsof loon 1 '
It,west of town and only oneL ounces less.BLACK. the mid-west there is Inti-
growers were paid more than $100- Numerous ants are also found an Ef you could only git started
station, Is location TOURIST GAINSt.
a filling 000. The tomato season which be- upon red cedars badly Infested with mate connection between injury by down here Boon you cud burn up
property, which has beento Petersburg-In the worst BASS MENACED the root and the abun-
corn aphid 4
gan two weeks ago Is still In full an Injurious plant louse. Groupsof yore crutches
| lots.'tW depression ever faced by this nation DeLand.-A call for immediateaid swing and shipments during the these aphids occur at the base dance of anta. This Is true to some Web someone said "eats" so ,
and in the third year of that from societies and interested extent In the case of fruit trees Infested i
of the
week ending yesterday totaled smaller twigs. They har- guess will have ter stop. I'll be
| : BE.\CH HOTEL economic distress, the Sunshine Individuals was sounded by J. A. twenty-eight cars, to send the sea- monize BO closely with the bark as by aphids, and the mere wrltln' agln soon. So long. i
iml Beach Issuance of a City enjoyed a tourist registration Harper with a view to saving the son's movement from Wauchula to to largely escape notice, in spite of keeping of the ants from climb- Yore friend 0
jt t for construction of a $125- Increase of 10.1 percent over the lives of thousands of black bass sixty-five care.WOMAN the fact that later badly Infested Ing the trees leaves plant lice more KDXYZ. {

tel, on which work will be corresponding year. Increased and other species of fish whichare trees become sickly and unhealthy. exposed to their enemies and less .

4 this week, swelled the 1933g numbers came from 33 states with imperiled by the drying up of AIDS CONVICTS Many ants on cedars as well as likely to multiply greatly and be- Seven states can be seen from }

permits In this resort city New York leading with a total of three lakes near here. The fish Gainesville Arrested in Pa- upon tulip trees very likely mean come Injuriously abundant."Go the summit of Lookout mountain

eeOO This total was $34ISOI 6,4007 a gain of 820 over the prevIous some weighing ten pounds, can betaken atka, along with two convicts who an abundance of certain injurious to the ant" may be Inter- Tennessee.

I same period in 1932 and season. with the hands and offer ex- escaped from the Florida Farm Insects. This Is also true of other preted by the gardener to mean:

eel the first four months off i cellent opportunities for sportsmenin Colony here on the afternoon of|![I trees commonly Infested with aphIds Follow the ant and learn the ways Quecnsberry Canada, has one of

I (93,758: : NO COOPPERATION this section to secure stock for April 27; Mrs. A. L. Dixon, attrac-I and scale Insects, since the ants of some other Insects. the longest suspension bridges.
Orlando Continued inabilityto private lakes and at the same time

| ALSOP IS VICTOR obtain support from growers for give a poor fish a hand.

Dnvllle John T. Alsop regulation of grapefruit shipments, I "

be Jacksonville's mayore resulted in a decision by the MERCHANT KIDNAPED t'rxr "' ....

next four years-his fifthu special grapefruit control committee Fort Pierce Three masked 1 '-'_' .. "Take it from m.-h.r.'e the
| the gateway city's chief to abandon further efforts to and unidentified white men Sun- = 's fine.t cur Chat ever cut motor
seas a result of primary revive the grapefruit market. The day night took Forest Cobb, em- 4\ inn cottt."

fag which gave him moreJ2.500 action was taken at a meeting of ploye of the Sunrise Grocery Storeof r' i
majority over Milton the committee held here to review this city, from his home at the "1 believe you. It certainly hut

Insurance company repre- the mergency effort to date and to point of guns forced him to accompany f" 7 everything I look lor in Am'

live. consider what should, be done for them in a car to the store l motor cur" '

the balance of the season.RATTLESNAKES and there unlock the safe, taking
GIONN.\IRES SAIL therefrom $450 in cash and an un-

|pa- Practically all accom- CAN SWIM determined amount in checks and

ona aboard the Steamship Tampa-Can rattlesnakes swim city scrip. They then made him .

>,al the'P. and O. Line were Yes; says Jack: Holmes Tampa get back In the car, took him to a w ; .
(then the ship sailed late landscape designer-and he provesit point several miles west of the city

91 for Havana Cuba, with with this story. Recently he bat- and there put him out and made

500 members of the Amcrln tled a big rattlesnake out in the their escape. i&

bound for the Florida bay one mile off shore and a mile I

(Convention of the Legion ata north of Piney Point. The rattler PARTY LEADER DIES g llalo .6 '- : 11[

this week. swam out to his boat and apparently Daytona Beach-Conrad Reno .

tried to climb In. He beat people's party candidate for presi- {

HNS TRUCK RULING him back with an 'oar and then, dent in the 1932 campaign and one ______ _
h lla--Joe D. Klnsey city at- having stunned him, towed him of the leading participants in the __
r, has won a decision from ashore, killed him and photographed Theodore Roosevelt progressive revolt ___
| te railroad commission that him. against the Republican partyIn

loads passing over city 1912, died here Monday. He was

here must be limited to 16.- RECORD CLASS seventy-three. Reno, who had _:_

ands, The city petitioned Tallahassee History will be lived here for several months un- :

Imntlsslon for the order be- made at Florida State College for dertook last summer to direct activities _
Irtreets here laid In 1916 and Women here May 28-June 1 at the o; the people's party from P.

|ere not built to stand heavy twenty-eighth annual commence- his hotel room where he was con- .

ment exercises when a graduatingclass fined by illness and was In dally O

20 per cent larger than any telegraphic communication with .
LOTS OF SUGAR of the foregoing will be presentedfor Washington headquarters! of the .

laton The 1932-33 sugar graduation. This year's grad- party. :

> ended lust week, establish- uating list includes the names of I :i

all time record for producere. 257: seniors and upon whom the RLNOLIN'G TEARFUL L I I

The last car of cane bachelor's degree will be conferredon Sarasota-John Rlngling -Mis- ._ I
toped Into the bin at 11:15: June 1. ter Jawn" to the circus folk last

Cars Being Built at World's Fair I. j; 1pi 1rjtI N}


r y I'm thinking of buying a II...-
car What'a your .d"/c."" t d

< ,- Take a minute to watch the new "A alt-cylinder Ch n>1o'.

Chevrolets that pass you by. Look at Th.'.'. one engine you ,

the pleased expressions on the faces of know ia 'Iht1l00d
million. of ow...,.
"'There't more room, all right-and
drivers. These
people are enjoy j have proved it for you."
the upholstery it certainly better. y
ing tife-golng places in style-going
other low-priced 4 R
Yee-and no c.r.
with less fuss and bother and with r i F
hat Fisher No Drift Ventilation. r Y' yy nl
and I wouldn't do without that. more solid contentment than most a,

\ people have ever traveled with before. '

r They are driving the one low-priced 4'a J
I a
1 car that combines all the best thingsmotoring : 4
; "/fee Chevrolet it still topping can offer: '"" .j

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f "No wonder How about it-wouldn't you like to f
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A Chevrolet get more fun out of motoring-and be
lot mi little "Seventy, lrdyl You'd never guett it from
ahead? Then drop i in on
_. 9445 if money your the found of thmt engine,"
/ 4 bound to Chevrolet dealer In no time at all ", Ita
t "And you'd never Muse it if you
appeal toevery hell fix it so can save with a .
; ) 'p immit up you were driving Oive me m big, 'f ? 1 d

J buyer" new Chevrolet. heavy roadabitity., low car every tim., for : '


$445 to $565 ., s' '

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or people wilt have their first opportunity to .ped line and on the right.Chevrolet I are being assembled
blle the bare frame to the completed car.ready to be driven
'... the Chevrolet Motor when they vwit will of the building under'their own power. Note.in the center
Company CO.
Co che and coupe in the special "J"h the photograph the body being swung from the end of
Budding at "A Century of Progress" Fisher line over to its place on a Chevrolet chassis.
left. p' her bodies are being fabricated on a stora may purchase care built here aDd drive them borne.

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Chevalier's Be'SIIOWIlI/ere VewestTo AMERICAN-- LEGION HOLDS AUXILIARY MEETINGThe I Ample I Sleep: Fresh Air and: Abundant Vitality; -

ocict iJ.1IARGARET :Maurice Chevalier's-- latest picture its American regular meeting Legion Auxiliaryheld Tuesday I Will Put Sparkling Light Into a Woman'sAttention : E '

o'clock at the
afternoon at 3:30:
"A Bedtime Story" will show .'
_._ at the Ritz Theatre May 1718. Legion. home. I
---- Helen Twelvetrees, Edward Everett Mrs. J. A. Saul gave a very Interesting I to Eyes Considered

r LORRY Manassa, Miss Lois Adkins, Miss Horton, Adrienne Ames and report in her Poppy Day f
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Lillian Sternberf, Miss Lula Red Baby Leroy, the year-old young- program. Mrs. White read several a Vital Part of

grave Miss Mary Pearce, Miss Ellen ster chosen from among thousands interesting articles on poppies and Evening Make-Up.
r hostess at Wiggins of Keystone Heights, their meaning.At .
Margaret Lowry was of other babes his own age for the .
a lawn party to eleven of bet and Miss Bobble Connoly of Green honor, head the cast which supports this meeting It was voted and I By v, VIVAUDOU

young friends Wednesday after- Cove Springs. the French star in a new carried that the Auxiliary members Consultant, National Beauty In.tweei "
noon at 5 o'clock at the home ofher S type of characterization. entertain the American Leg- i
'" parents Dr. and Mrs. Geo. H. IPTIST W. M. U. MEETS Chevalier is cast as a man- I ion Post at a chicken supper Next to the sparkling light of lore, e

Lowry on Cherry Street. about-town who suddenly! discovers Thursday night, May 18 at the :the best possible] glow that can be
The color motif of lavender and The regular meeting of Circle that home and fireside have Legion Hall. All members and recommended for eyes Is the one

pink was dalntly carried out ID No. 1 was held at the homo of the their charms. This awakeningcomes wives. are invitad.Appointed I that la put there by sufficient sleep, w
Mrs. A. M. Darby on I on this committeewere fresh air, and 4
the decorations and table appointment president, to him on his return froma 1 1yg
4 refreshments and birthday Monday afternoon with thirteen : Mrs. J. L. Simmons, ';t"f': <' abundant vital
when he finds a baby
members present and two visitors., chalman of the supper committee; ;,. ity. Thanks: to
? cake with its eleven candles. I
abandoned in his car. He calls I .
Various suitable to the Mrs. J M. Brownlee led the de- Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Chairman #-4., e,'' modern makeup -
games police to take it away, but by the '
votional part of the 6th of arrangements of tables and however,
a youngsters fancy and contests were reading time they arrive he has become ,
s of Proverbs; prayer followed I serving committee; hostess for the there can be
the happy chapter I
played merrily by decided
so fond of It that he has done
1 guests. The hostess received many by Mrs. Darby. afternoon was Mrs. Noble White. I v; something
I to keep It and raise it himself. ,
about framingor
nice gifts aa mementos of the; "Our Home Altar; taken from Helen Twelvetrees, an American Next meeting will be held sec '.1.,
event. the Royal Service, was discussed ond Tuesday in June. dramatizing >>,
girl stranded in Paris, becomes I that
as the topic for the afternoon. Re-
:t mainder of the afternoon was spent the baby's nurse. When Chevalier other system, or to leave the present that lies In a
f SHOWER IS GIVENOn and chatting. takes baby, nurse, and the rest of system intact. woman's eyes."
sewing his to his fiancee's home
Mrs. Darby, assisted,by Mrs. P. menage And bere are
Mrs. Charles for a week-end, developments] are I
Monday evening M. Barefoot, served delicious ,re- Double Sessions some ways to ,
Jmbach and Miss Pat Lamb were fast, furious and funny. He To expedite the business of en- do it: ay' l er r f,
freshments. I
It hostesses at suprlse shower for Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. emerges from the situation sans acting legislation Senator Gillis V.VIvaudou. Eye Shadow(

lira. Jessie Mae Blakely, who 1>1. U. met with Mrs. R. A. New- fiancee, but still with baby and last week introduced a resolution I' The accepted method of application
leaves Friday for Macclenny to som Monday afternoon. Mrs. G. nurse. And the nurse is some- providing for both morning and af- Is to blend the eye shadow with the

y take charge of a store. P. Raymond, leader, led the de- thing more than a nurse by that ternoon sessions dally la the Senate linger tip from the corner of the

The party composing Mrs. R. E. votional and conducted the business time. until the close of the session. eyelid toward the nose. Eyes can
Weaver, Mrs. Thelma Andrews, meeting. Chevalier sings four new numbers Beginning Monday of this week be made to appear longer and mysterious -

:lira. R. C. Buford, Mrs. J. D. Reports were read and bills al- written especially for him by the house convened under the If the shadow is blended to 'l

i Doyle, Miss Dorothy Lamb, :Miss lowed and other business trans- Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin. +I I same rules, with local bill sessions I bring emphasis at the outer cornersof

Beatrice Johns with the hostesses acted. The circle will continue I I; to be held on Monday and Thursdays the lids and only a suggestion of

called at the honorees home and their meetings through the sum- CONGRESSMAN: GREEN at 8:00: r- m. for the remainder ilmdow on that portion of the lid

surprised her with lovely gifts, and mer months. LEARNS INDIAN NAMES I of the session Dearest the nose. Particularly pale cj; e

n i expressed their regrets at losing Those present were Mrs. G. P. ir not very definite eyelids need eye S

her, but wishing her success in her Raymond, Mrs. R. A. Newsom, (Continued from page 1.) Regulate ConentlonsI shadow applied evenly across the ,'tit.

1z'd+ new work. After the gifts were Mrs. David Sllcox, Mrs Claytonand gap"; Mlcanopy, top chief (former I House Bill No. 5, introduced by lid. Start with a little color and
presented a social time was en- Mrs. J. H. Lord. head chief of Seminole) ; Mua- Representative W. McL. Christie, Increase It If necessary. This: also Anita Pse' Eyes Arc Among the Most Attractive in All Fil l

}, $ Joyed. The hostess served salad, wafers cogee, native name of Creeks, I Duval, providing for the holding of makes the eyes appear larger.
1 7 7'i and iced tea. probably from Shawnee language state conventions to be called by Mascara: By simply touchingthe "Dewy" Lids: After your eyes Ing the better grades of cr

BIRTHDAY PARTY and referring to creeks and the governor for the purpose of tips of the lashes with the mascara are entirely made up. lightly spread you will find a suitable sele

MISS LUCILLE JOHNSON swamps; Octahatchee', sand river; ratification or rejection of proposed brush and lightly drawing It Just a bit of oil or thin cream over colors to meet the Individqulrements
41L A delightful affair of last week WEDS PAUL R. MOORE Osceola, "black drink war-crier"; amendments to the Constitution of I cross the brows, you will have suf- the lid. Done sparingly and with of ;your own salt:

was a birthday party given by Palatka (where cows) are ferried the United States, was-passed with! Bclent eye make-up, to be natural- I I I finesse, this will give your lids that orlng; and all that la left Ito r fi

1 v' :Mrs. T. M. Hutchings in honor of Baldwin, May 6.-Beauty and across; Pensacola, hair people; a vote of 80 to 10. appearing In the daytime. At night dewy highlight that screen favorites do Is to show proper Judy 1

,her little daughter, Jenelle, cele- simplicity marked the wedding of Plcolata, seems to refer to a bend; While] the measure was introduced 'however, the lashes and brows may have found Imparts such an "Inter the amounts you use. Per

j, bratblng her eleventh birthday on Miss Lucille Johnson, daughter of Tampa, name of an ancient Calusa primarily for consideration of )e made as dark as desired. To: give esting" appearance.In I do not recommend much

: ; ,May: 2.Chairs., Mrs. L. C. Oliver, of Baldwin, to town; Seminole, one who lives by the repeal of the Eighteenth in upward curl to the lashes, brash the case of eye make-up, It la make-up for street wear, b..

:l W : were.placed on the lawn Paul R. Moore, of Lawtey. himself remote from a large town, Amendment, its passage would give, the mascara on from underneath toward Impossible to overemphasize the alder It a most vital part of t tnlng

'r- a where Jenelle entertained twenty- The ceremony was performed In camper; Tallahassee, old town; the state of Florida a definite I the tip. necessity of the deft touch. In na- makeup.N. .

,eIght of her little friends. Games the spacious rooms of the Hotel Welaka, coming water, tide Inter- method of procedure whenever.

it [pnd contests were enjoyed throughout OliVer which were beautifully dec- mittent spring; Yallaha, an orange; Congress asks for a vote by con- gresslve merchants, is having a Cox, of Miami, who were

-' to the afternoon. Prizes being orated with Easter lilies, roses, Yulee, from Yulohl, "loose"] ventions on any constitutional LAWTEY beautiful fence placed around his bere on account of the Hint
k .won by Elbert Edwards and Doris gladioli and summer flowers. The "easy", "slack" ((7)) Attapulgas] amendments.The recently completed home and land- their father Rev. D L. PI,

e .Kruse. Impressive ring ceremony was per- "where there is dogwood";; Iche- bill provides that the con- O. J. Phillips, Cor. scape artists are planting the of the Woodlawn section ret
At a late hour cake and cream formed by the Rev. E. D. Bowyer, puckessassa, where there Is old vention have two delegates from !: grounds surrounding their home to their homes Sunday
n was served by Mrs. T. M. Hutch- of Ocala. wild tobacco. each congressional district and : with 'a beautiful lawn. Mesdames V R. Reddish,

4 ; Ings and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings. As the bridal party entered Miss nine delegates from the state at Recent Bride Honored Workmen have recently completed Phillips were shopping: in Jac

{ Just before the guests departed, Hazel Oliver played Lohengrin's LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS large 17 In alL Delegates wouldbe Miss Gullda Marie There enter- the painting of the beautiful vllle Saturday afternoon
v Jenelle showed the many pretty "Bridal Chorus." During the cere- elected at special elections call tained in her home Tuea- home of G. W. .Roberts on Lake Miss Mattle Harley of St

\lVfta she received. mony "Traumerei" was softly ed by the!: governor. The electorate day with a delightful handkerchief Avenue. gustine, Is visiting at the lion
played. (Continued from page 1.) In such conventions to consistof shower In honor of a recent bride, Those attending the County Federation her parents, Mr. and Sirs a

., l i WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS The bride, a lovely brunette, was which baa now been in committeefor all< qualified voters of the last I Mrs. Paul Moore, of Baldwin. of Women's Clubs at Lake Harley.
INTERESTING MEET beautiful In her Alice blue wedding some weeks. preceding general election and' The rooms were opened ensulte, Butler Monday afternoon were Help] the correspondent by

{t dress, 'with a small blue turban, -::--- :- those who qualified since the gen- and were fastefuly decorated with Mesdames L. H. Hill, E. B. Wells, Ing him notes you wished pub
The Woman's Club met !in the yellow shoes and 'gloves. Her Canal Bill- eral election. The state would light hued spring flowers. A. H. Harley and W E. Torode. not later than Tuesday event
"(rt club rooms Wednesday afternoon bouquet was of yellow rose buds, Florida Ship has I bear all election expenses. The bill Richard Thede and Henry God- Mrs. James T Moore was trans- Mrs. R. A. Criffls \s spr

with the vice-president. Mrs. L. G. with lilies of the valley. The canal Legislature bill IntroducedIn provides that the election must be win, accompanied at the piano by acting business In Jacksonville Saturday the week the guest jf rel!,
Powell, presiding. After repeat- Mrs. Moore is the granddaughter passed a ship called not less than two months or Guilda Marie Thede, sang two and friends In Marlanna
the Senate the Commerceand
4, Ing the collect and saluting the I of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Saucer ofBaldwin. Navigation by committee as Senate I more than six months after the numbers, "Forty-Second" Street", Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Mrs. L. H. Hill was vlaitl

Slag] a short business session was She has aways made Bill No. 459. The measure I I submission of any constitutional and'"Sweet Moon Song. Webster spent Sunday here the Macclenny Saturday.
Baldwin her home, attending gram- to be i amendment by Congress. At the conclusion of the contests, of relatives. G. H. Cornie of Waldo a
r held.A would create a corporation guests
: report of the meeting of the mar school here. She graduatedfrom known aa the Florida Ship Canal : If this bill Is enacted Into the prizes were awarded for high Mrs. Tom Beck is visiting relatives business visitor here Tuesda\

Trl-County Federation of Clubs, Robert E. Lee High Schoolof Authority. The purpose of this I statutes of Florida it will neces- scores. Dainty refreshments were in Jacksonville this week. I Mesdames Annie Wiggins,
; held in Lake' Butler Monday Jacksonville. sitate election at served carrying out the color of Jacksonville are \
i May a special an early J. C. Catewood business Lowery
authority is to acquire, operate, was a
8, was given by the delegates, and Mr. :Moore U the youngest son of and maintain a ship canal across date to ratify or reject the pro scheme of pink and white. The visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. ing friends here this\ week.
written reports of the department Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore of Law- the state of Florida connecting the posal to repeal the eighteenth gifts were presented to the. Workmen are this week employed Miss Kathleen Blanchard
chalmen due at this meeting were amendment. Balloting by the people I a unique manner. shopping In Jacksonville Tues':
g tey.After Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf with funds of the Reconstruction -
? given. spending a while with Mexico. of the State will be a definite Those present were, besides the Finance Corporation in cut Rev. and Mrs W B Christ)!)
The program for the afternoon their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Moore expression of the real opinion of honoree: Misses Dollie and Mildred Tuesday for Eustis, where the)
This canal bill Is required ting a canal across the bay went
in of the Chairman of short voters the Dinkins, Ruth and Rosa Mae Rowe, name.Chclsty .
was charge left by car for a wedding our concerning eigh- of town to Intersect with the Bailey make their future
j Health Mrs. ,G. M. Inman. The : by the Reconstruction FI- teenth amendment. Abbie Harley, Pearl and Thelma served as pastor of C
canal wl'l!
which Im-
speakers were: Dr. E. L. Biggs, trip.They will reside in Lawtey. nance Corporation, before It will McEachern, Mary Lucile. Torode, greatly: M. E. Church here, and they
the of this
consider financial aid for dredg prove drainage : place
4'w r who gave a most interesting talk Retain Motor DepartmentThe Beatrice Miner, Pauline Anders and section. be greatly missed by their :
9 the canaL It la estimated that surrounding
on bow to keep healthy through BENEFIT SILVER TEA ing Senate measure to abolish and Evalee Reddish. circle of friends.
W C. Wooten has
recently com-
the canal would cost 9118.000,000
three stages of life; and Miss Mary IS SOCIAL EVENT the office' of Motor Vehicle Com .
pleted the addition of a screen!
to Under the bill the
complete. Ends
Dodd, member of the State Board missioner waa defeated by a vote Shipping man1+
canal could either be constructedby porch to his home here. An average young
I of Health read an Instructive paper A delightful social event of Fri- of 23 to 13. Senator Gillis Intro- This week sees'the finish of the more tt>
the State to be created Mrs. Gladys Carter Is visiting about seven pounds
the silver tea authority 1033 strawberry season as far as
on tuberculosis. day afternoon was duced the bill seeking to place the and
relatives and friends in Miami this of the same height
Tod the Federal governmentat woman
Little Miss Betty Hayes enter given by circle number two of theWoman's or by department under the state comp- the northern markets are concerned week.
of the no cost to the State. with the loading of the last refrigerator -
tained with, several .readings. Missionary\ Society troller. Senator Sikes offered an of Ami-
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard of The eucalyptus tree
+ Church, at the home of which to car Wednesday, there .
Dainty refreshments were served Methodist amendment was adopted 500."What's
v 480( to
4 Gas Tax For School Valrlco. J. S Phillips and Mrs. W. attains a height of
by the hostesses, Mrs. D. E. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, the transfer the duties to the Secre- have been three cars loaded this

Knight, Mrs. ,V. E. Middleton, Mrs. committee in charge being Mrs. L. A plan for gas tax revenue distribution tary of State. week containing 44,928 pints and -. .
i' C. F. Hoover, Mrs. J. C. Robinson, A. Davis. Mrs. Matthew?; and Mrs.L. designed to aid the pub- This bill! brought forth much 4,672 quarts, but as the weatherhas ,saw, '
Mrs E. M. Johns, Mrs. T. J. Alder F. Smith. lic schools was sent to the legis- heated discussion on the floor been so warm they will not t i ,;, ;v'i:; "'* %.! .i\!' ,,,. ::/ <\-t : ...
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1 1' '' <
man and Mrs. R. Newsom.. A profusion of ,jcholcc flowers, lature this week with Governor Many views were expressed both I carry to the northern markets any < M''* j'J"! ..r"WI\",," l''.,' ,<,,,.. 1/ ',;. 'i
tastefully arranged, elicited Sholta's: recommendation.The longer. fli .:.1' 1>i. k'.i "v'< 'Ii,:,'n ,
most I for and against abolishment transfer ;{,,. '.",, ,.o. {i;.' ',:\
? L.DlESt."XIU.RY MEETS: much praise from the guests, the measure proposed that the I i' or consolidation of the department I This has been the longest shipping : .r V!"tu/1 ';,.. /0.

entire lower floor of the home being schools receive two and one-half I before the final vote was season on record for this place 3sx!! '.' .f. \{Jii'"I'<',,1-:' .","*,,
o The Ladles Auxiliary of the decorated with stately Easter cents of the three cents that is now' ,taken. I and the lowest prices, though alt a ;, f:4: r.k.M,',""", l SNaae
Presbyterian Church met at the lilies, larkspur, roses, nasturtiums received by the State Road whole it has helped out the growers ";; .f,;i {
r4 l I, home of Mrs T. .S. Williams Tues Japanese poppies, snapdragons and from the gasoline Department : \ "'ouldhl S<'ho)ls I more than they can r ell re. It tee;..; k;. Fr. :"

day afternoon. daisies addition to the gasoline Representative Dwight Rogers, I is hoped that the next season will ...'I$ s>s49rf'"s. '

The meeting was opened by the The guests were entertained with ey the schools would also receive Broward, Introduced a proposal in be much better and our suggestionto t -

President, Mrs. E. M. Davis, devotional the I following lovely program: the funds derived from the consti- the house this week for a constitutional all. Is to begin to prepare : tt A I" ...

: being led by Mrs. W. AStern Piano solo] "June Barcarolle"Miss tutional one mill levy and the Interest amendment enabling the for another crop next season. ,

reading scriptures Luke ft. Marjorie Stump. from the school fund bank legislature to pass a three per cent Green beans are moving In small "'

Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry gave a report Playlet and group of songs by deposit, as heretofore. general sides tax for the benefit express shipments this gadget??

1 on the Presbytery which was Mrs. Ceo W. Kenly's kindergarten This plan for redistribution of of schools. The proposal if passed -

held at Crescent City, April 1819. girls--Betty Hayes, Helen Kruse the seven cent gasoline tax would would be submitted to the electo- Surprise Party ,
Topics for this meeting were and Betty McRae. I not affect the three cents tax now rate In the November 1934 elec. The ladies] of the Baptist'W. M he asked

( ti+' "Latin America" and "The Span- Reading, "Deceitful Man"-MUs going to the counties for bond ma- tion. U. entertained at the home of Mrs.G. .

3 Y I ish-speaking people of the United Marjorie Stump. turity and Interest payment, and- Governor, Sholtz: has said repeat-\ A. Anderson Monday evening rand we sold him 4 new tires

4 States." Most Interesting'talks on Voice, (a) "Love's Old Sweet the one cent tax going to the general edly that he would veto any general with a surprise farewell party for -... .
? these Mrs. E. b Me Back to Old treasury. Mr. and Mrs. G. Anderson who t
topics were given by Song"; ( ) "Carry sales tax legislation passed The"\ I* little machine
Iy r M. Davis and Miss Isabel Fernan Virginia"_Mrs. L. A. Gray and The road department in turn this session, but he baa no veto moved to Starke this week, much I t.10-21 ---- $"'.i.73 shows thegdiff between ordinarcord /-

dez.At Mrs. E. K. Perryman. would receive the $5,000.000 now! power over proposed constitutional to the sorrow of their many friends i 1.50-31 _.____ $ .83 used in other tires, and,iUT"-7 hat
i the close of the meeting the Reading "White Box" Miss I apportioned to the schools from amendments. here who will miss them much in twist cord used In Goodyear com"
".1 .10 ____ $6.U and
d ; hostess, assisted by her daughter, Genevieve Kenly. the Motor' Vehicle License fund, church and social life here. Those -HfTcrenca la In hOWJapernistcod i
"n ;
Miss Margaret Williams, Miss Violin, "Hungarian Dance" -- and the anticipated revenue from AARON VARY;liES attending were: Mesdames T. J. 5.00-19 .- $6'83 stretches!jac -you and causer cornea back: ,how the f?

t Pauline Priest and Miss Margaret Miss Anita Courtmanch, accompanied beer taxation. Terry, V. R. Reddish, J. L. Harrell, 525-18 ___ $7.85: !n o'hsr tires loses Its life and ell811dl1
4 '. ; Lowry served a delicious salad by Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch. "There can be no objection Aaron Varnes died it his home I..J. M. Prevatt, J. M. Reddish R. L. .. It takes about 3 minutes to tell","U

s course. Serving dainty light refreshments against using beer money to build In Green Cove Springs last week Blanchard, H. B. Arwood, C. R. 5410-19 __,.__ 98.83 ttorv-our as this customer s1lld- .".
e B. :Matthews roads said Senator Lewis in dIScussing I every car owner could.. that a*"?" :
i were: Mrs. S. -!after a brief illness. Mr. Varnes I Whitehead Rebecca Whitehead, .00.1.0 ____ $9.73 wouldn't be 11l1ytb1Jl'
? there
t se DINNER PARTY little Miss Merry Beth Knight. Mrs. the bill. "Brewers' trucks'was born in Bradford County, but :Misses Joyce and Bessie Terry. creation "

: L. A Davis lira. O. L. Beasley, will be using the highways. As for I bad resided In Green Cove Springsfor I : 8.50-19 -.-_,._ '12.83 used but Goodyear Tire

A delightful affair of Monday Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. L. D. transferring automobile license the last 15 years. He was a, I Realty Transfer
k evening was a dinner party given Vining and Miss Marjorie Stump. revenue from the schools to they j member of the Union Grove Prim, During the past week Mr. M. B. I r -.

by Mrs. E., E. Canova in honor of The silver offering will be used roads, there is a definite connec- j itive Baptist Church. He Is survived -, Plummer purchased the realty j

d "o i her daughter, Miss Bunnie Canova, for local church work. tion between the roads and the automobiles by: One daughter, Mrs. M. I holdings of G. A. Anderson east

the occasion being her birthday. S and trucks that use. I. Moody, Green Cove Springs; one, f fof the ,railroad, consisting of his
i : A profusion of sweet peas, gladioli JOINS REVIVAL them." son, Leroy Varnes Palatka; one, I residence, garage and store building -

e ; Easter lilies, roses and other It was pointed out that the plan sister, Mrs. F. C. Daniels Green' ,l' Mr. Plummer and family wUl
) I garden flowers were tastefully art MIsH Hazel Underhill, who was should Insure the schools. a definite Cove Springs and eight grandchil. occupy the residence and operatethe
ranged throughout the home for to have sailed Tuesday for Cubaon annual minimum income of $3,500- dren. garage and will open a modern

this enjoyable affair. a pleasure trip, changed plans 000 of state money, which the mo- Funeral services were conductedat grocery store about April 1.
Dinner was served at. prettily and accompanies) Rev. and Mrs. tor vehicle license fund would fall the Union Grove Primitive Baptist -

? 0 __j appointed small tables. The guests Will Hall of Green Cove Spring, to do with the reduced automobile Church, by the Rev. W. M, Workmen are altering and mak-

trl invited were: Miss Vera Claire home Sunday From there they license tags. Moody, pastor Interment was In, ing repairs to the building next to t

Robinson, Miss Martha Powell, will leave for parts south in evan- The.governor explained that his the Hickory Grove Cemetery. the bank where R. P. Jones will REGISTER COMPANYPAG"
:Miss\ Martha Brownlee, Miss Kathryn gelistic work. Miss Underhill will Ideas about reallocating'revenue move his stock of groceries from

Haynes, Miss Hope Haynes, !' direct the music for them She from gasoline taxes are subjectto BIRTH I the Anderson building about June

Miss Kitty Hogsed. Miss Marjorie expects to return home- In about a change and that he may decideto Mr. and Mrs W E. Converse, ,,1. Star c, F10dda:

Stump, Miss Dot Rltch. Miss Mora, month\ ... !ask the legislature for still an- Highland girl, May 11. I F. R. Carr 1De. one'of our pro,.

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assistant postmaster of Jacksonville -] unlay in Starke with Cox of Miami, spent last week 'I ,;

r I with his family are spending ,, BROOKER I zel and Dorothy Crews. the guest of their father and \'! Lt.: !.: I
I two weeks vacation at the Pope I i iMier Mr. and Mrs Maxie Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phil '
Bits of cottage at Kingsley Lake. I I "e.a Cnl.r, Cor. business visitors to -"'_- 1.f ,, !;t :' I I
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I Tuesday Rev. C. A. Crosby filled his reg -(:! (
Mr. and Mrs L. t:. Mrs. W. J. ..HI.; ': :
Moscley and I I The farmers around here have Hardee
at the church
children, L. E. Jr., and Cdna: Mae. been very busy. Potato digging has McCormick, Cecil appointment ;m 11Ih.ht.; .
I Local Nev of the state farm, left Tuesday for been the leading work of the past Ion McCormick visited Sunday.J. ;: ...01.\tf'_ .. 4.: I Il--; ,:.' "
Mrs Wenster of Jacksonville.
Indian Springs, Ga., where they few days. Some of the farmers \ the State Farm
the guest of her son Ernest, this
will remain for two weeks. Mrs. N. T. Green
are now beginning to gather their
Concerning Our People, Buiinett and I cucumbers. Strawberries are almost of Starke spent NAT SEZ

Progress of the County and Town.nnnnnnnn N. D. Wainwright Jr., Mrs. Her. a thing of the past. Only a with relatives. Oscar and Melvin Carter were :
I bert Hart Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., I small number of people are still Miss Beth Wimberly visitors to Miami last --
Mrs. Frankie Hudson and Mrs I\ picking them Some of the folks ping in Jacksonville There's a few of those fellows

__.5DOCOc.oC.l: '" _=c.o: =Q QQQQQO_____3_ Sam Anderson motored to Jack' have started canning strawberries Mrs. H. C. Mr. and Mrs E. Milliard of Val- that go to Tallahassee to repre '
sonville Saturday and spent the I -making jam Jelly, and other per- Oleeta and Ruby spent last week here the guest sent the people- that forget all
of Tampa, was a Mr. L. V. Moore Tuesday. .
Bob WIlliams day. serves. son Griffls were in relatives. about the people .

,wtor here Friday. Miss Pearl Jordan, county home Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. James Hcrsey of when they +, '
Mrs E. M. Johns and daughter, 1>lr, and Mrs. George Anderson demonstration agent, was here on Maxie Carter made spent Sunday here with w get up there }
John Powell was a visitor to Gloria, moved to Kingsley Lake have sold their property In Lawteyand a bualnesa trip Wednesday. She trip to Green Cove Hersey, parents, Mr and Mrs. dtJ The only people
Jacksonville Monday. Wednesday for the summer are making their home In held a special meeting of the WoroI nesday. S. Norman. that they don't h'
Starke with Mrs. Anderson's par I an's 4-H Club, at which strawberry C. M. Hendricks and forget are the t F +

)fro and Mrs. F. A. Scott pent Mrs. Frankie Hudson and Miss ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. canning was the main discus cumber of Jacksonville .. unfortunateones t
Tuesday 1 In Jacksonville.T Mary Dodd motored to Jacksonville sion. Some of the local women acting business here that didn't t ,)
Monday and spent the day. carried strawberries which Miss J. W. Godwin of support them t ;
T Long was a business vial- Edwin Green celebrated his Jordan showed how to can. She visitor here \ Bradford v s and then they 4 1 rr

tor in Jacksonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T A. Brtnaon of fourteenth birthday Tuesday afternoon demonstrated three different reci t (a put In a lot of I i
Hugh, spent Monday with their I by inviting ten of his pes. At this meeting the club hada '' time get tin' ev 11 1
\V B Spell of Jacksonville was daughter, Mrs. Hulda Corpening.Mr. young friends to go with him to special guest, Mrs Mary E. Ke- en. If they spent ? C.
| visitor in Starke Sunday. Kingsley Lake for a swim where own, district agent of the State JJ OODLA n Hardware Co.'s Just half of that +

Mallie Sparkman and Mrs. they also enjoyed a picnic spread. Home Demonstration office at Tallahassee Miss I time thinking up something good uwe'd
P E. Canova and son, Paul, She gave a very inter- all be better oft
Mrs Nellie Baker of Jacksonville, spent (Unmet of BaIrd Ildw. Co.lalnrtfsUlx. .
Jacksonville Tuesday. Misses Eula May, and Irene eating talk on the work of the 4-H
were In Sunday In Staike with realtlves. ( .
Daugherty and their brother, Ruel Club In general.Mr. Rev and Mrs. R ) I notice \\'. (I. hallo and family t t tare

jlr. and Mrs. Will Norris were Miss Bobble Connoly of Green Daugherty. arrived here last Fri- and Mrs. R. W. Brannen of of Lawtey, were HTAUKK, KLOKIOVAnnual IMK k. There. ain't no IIH' talk, w

visitors In Jacksonville Monday. Cove Springs was the guest of Miss day from Englewood, Tenn They Lake Butler spent part of last day afternoon. Fishing InK, once you get it little' Starke ( a 1 l i t''
Martha Brownlee for the week- are visiting their uncle. W. E. week here with her parents, Mr, J. S. Phillips and mid In jour Mhnra It will sure ,a i
Wash Kite of Miami, visited his end. Daugherty, on South Thompson and Mrs. 11. I'. Gainey. NITE"N. Contest bring yen I..k.'ell'om" home r a '
sister, Mrs. R. A. Thomas Thursday St. E. S. Gnlney and daughter, Anna, May 20th to September' folks. : t"

Mr. and Mia. W. H. Carter and of Plant City, spent Sunday here 13th, InrlunUo I !'s ,
___ __- Mr. and Mrs. I. Milton, Mr. and with friends and relatives. RITZ H 1 Our this -
-- two sons of Gainesville! spent Sun- strawberry season year '
Mrs. Leonie Eccles of Jackson- day with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Mrs. C. S. Maxwell, Miss Theretfea! J. B. Russ, H. B. and P. A Crosby Itri.KS woan't exactly a.success, but things >

yule l visited Mrs E. M. Johns Monday Hecht, and Miss Beanie Mitten, were attending to business in STARKE, ---1- are getting better all over the/,; ;' ,
employees of the Southern Drug Starke Saturday All contestants must register country and we are bound to feel ', .
Company, of Jacksonville
Mrs. J. M. Morqus and daugh- sp Rev, G. E. McCauley held regular IMUMIRAM BEG \ !before; fish is caught In order to It sooner or later. The sooner the
Mr, and Mrs. Charley Johns of ters, Betty and Neva of Arcadia, Sunday at the Mitchell cottage at church services here Saturday be eligible to enter catch. better '
visiting In Starke last Kingsley Lake. i, 4 r ''.
Ocala were are guests thai week of Mrs. W. L. night and Sunday FRI.-S\T., MAY -2-

Friday Miss Madge Middleton and Miss Mrs. Clarence Jones and some "WHITE .% Fish must be caught with rod Qucnehed my hint yesterday jt'k,$ r i p4i "
Wall.Mr. friends of Jacksonville, spent Sun and reel. with it bottle of 3.3 und couldn't' ? ; 11'
Reddish Andrews of Lake But- and Mrs. C. F Hoover at- Hazel Middleton returned from day here with friends and relatives. BUCK JONES 11.\ help but wonder what they were ;4l
ler, was a business visitor here tended the Photographer's Convention Jacksonville Monday where they Rev G. E. McGauley held regular WEEKS -3- thinking about buck In 11)14 when ,
had spent several with Tackle must be purchasedfrom
this week .. held In Gainesville last days their church services, at Deadon Sunday Also| Mickey Mouse they took It away from IM. !
week. grandmother, Mrs. L. E. Dowling afternoon. Bradford Hardware Com-
Mrs Sallie Smoak of Alachua, who was ill, and passed away Sat- SiiapnhotMON.TUES.
urday night'at the home of her Misses Lucille and Louise Webb pany4 The main thing I want to talk
week-end of Mrs. -
was tbe guest Mrs. Roy S. Bence of Cambridge, daughter Mrs. Mae Jones. spent part of last week in Jackson- to you about_ la this: I am still -
Fish must be weighed) on
Wall.I. I
W L. 1\1\
Mass., arrived Sunday for a visit ville with friends and relatives. running that Store down on 139
Bradford Hardware scales and
with her mother, Mrs. Lalla R. MRS. ELIZABETH G. B Colson, Eugene Long, and "FROM HELL TO Call Street; don't forget the number .", ry; ''i N
I. Wilkinson of Ocala, was a Chace. DOWXINO I left for short time for display.Only 1' '
I and "
DIES IN JACKSONVILLEMrs. Fred Hazen were attending to CAROLE LOl\I selling way yonder
recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. :- .
business in Qultman, Ga., Sunday JACK cheaper than I'm gain to be .able
A. Thomas. Mother's Day service with ape. Elizabeth Dowling, 76, died Everette Gainey and Purvis Ha- Also News ,' fresh water Black Bass to nell If goods keep going up. So
clal music will be observed at the I or Trout can be entered. "
zen were business visitors in Ala- If you need anything buy it now ;SI rM1i
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. And
T. Dell and Olive Dellof Hollywood On
Mrs. S. Baptist Church Sunday morning at chua Monday .a -6- Closing out a lot of $5 shoes at +'
Mae Jones, In Jacksonville Saturday }
Gainesville visited relatives 11 o'clock. Misses Lubedla PInholater No Individual can win more $2.88 and that ain't all. lean make '; '
night following an illness of Mary
Wednesday. WEIX-THCKS., \ than one suit of clothes for only
several weeks. Sue and Bonnie Mott, and O. J. prize. you a (
Mr and Mrs. George Andersonwill and Lorle Mott MAURICE -7- $17.60; used to cost $25 to $30. If
Mrs. were visitors of
Dowling was born in
and Mrs. CF. Hoover
Mr mo-
spend Sunday in Archer'wlthMr. Swalnsboro, Ga., and moved to Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp at New In In ease of a tie, fish will be you want to make some little cool+ + y
tored to Green Cove Springs Tues-
Anderson's mother, Mrs. River rated In order caught. summer dresses for the kids or
Stuart thirty-one She Sunday. "A BEDTIME
day afternoon. Emma Anderson.Mr. .- years ago. yourself come In. and take a peep AI ;+; / fat
had resided
with her daughter in
the Fast Color Prints I'm a Ben l {ll
Miss Ruth Wyman of Laks City, and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Jacksonville for the past two years. HELEN \' let prize, In nivrrtiandlno $5.00 in" for 10 cent a yard. You'll'be"t,.
Is spending this week with Miss children have moved to their She was a member of the Ander- HIGHLAND AlsoRING 2nd prize, In nwrrhandlM $2.00 surprlned. ( t
Margaret Lowry. Kingsley Lake cottage to spendthe son Memorial Methodist Church I prize, In merchiuidlne $1.00
summer. and was a devoted church worker. M. E. Crews, Cor. Judges: A. O. Andreu, II. C. NAT STERNBERG
Miss Martha Hague of Alachua, C Mrs Dowling Is survived by two In Wall and H. V. J night
daughters, Mrs. Jones, and Mrs
spent Monday afternoon with Miss
Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn, Mrs. Paul "BLUE OF THE
Mr and Mrs J. O. McCormick
W. E. Middleton of Starke four Slarke Florida
Martha Brownlee. ; ,
Canova, Miss Bunnie Canova and
and children
of'-Tampa spent the
sons: W Q. Dowllng Raleigh C.Dowllng' .
George Flynn, Jr, spent SaturdayIn week-end with her father, F. M. 1!\
and Benjamin A. Dowl ---- --- ------ --- --.-- ---- .. -.., ---- h. -- -- '
Mr and Mrs. L.
D. Green
spent -- ---------- -- -- -- ----- -- ------- '
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In lng, all of Jacksonville, and ErnestL. Crews. ftk f 1l!; {
Sunday Mayo with her mother, 1-,1. i
Miss Eloise Hardee Is '
Mrs, L A. Dees. Mr. Hans Austin returned Tues- Dowling of New York City; cousin Miss Myrlawyn visitingher Mc. ;\ ':1" ,fI')'I. .
one sister Mrs. Calvin Thomas, '
day from Lake City, where he Cormlck In Tampa. 1 1"I'I'\ : ;
Mrs O J. Griffin of St. Augustine spent several weeks at the gov- Waycross; twelve grandchildren Regular services were held at ), f I t !I'K::':

Mrs, Is E.the L. guest of her daughter, ernment hospital. and Funeral five great-grandchildren.services were held Sun- the Highland Baptist Church Sun- 'kt { t''I Jr"Ji \

BiggS.Wilson day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from day afternoon, Rev. J. L. Strick lip Top GrocerySTARKE 1.
J' \
Miss Miriam Jacobs of the F S. land in charge. Beginning next I 1 1'
the Seashole Funeral Parlors.
Hendricks of Gainesville W. C. In Tallahassee, spent thoweekend preaching day May 21, services r 'l} Ii't 'i t: '
spent Tuesday and Wednesday with a a.I
with her parents, Mr. TIIOM\S J. MUKRIIEE will be held at four o'clock in the I l
Eldredge Robinson. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. afternoon, Sunday school at three Ii ; II
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Funeral services for Thomas J. o'clock. .I
James Chase of Jackson- Mrs. Miriam Klckllter has as Murrhee, who died at his home In Sidney Harris of Maxvllle was a J'

ville Mrs., J.spent c. Hoover.Sunday with Mr. and guests this week her daughter and Russell last week after a brief ill- visitor here Sunday. FLORIDA MAY 12TH & 13TH r ll!*;
son-in-law. Mr and Mrs. CliffordL. ness, were held at Hickory Grove Miss Eloise Hardee and Miss fj
Craft of Avon Park. Baptist Church. The Rev. Louis MyrJawyn McCormick spent Sat- '
Mrs DeWitt C. Jones and Miss 1
'M l
Donley, assisted by the Rev. L. T. Best IrishPotatoes "
Elise Jones of Gainesville were in -Mr. and NO'I'It'H 0' .1L.C"I'10'll Cole's I Extra 'Ji l
and Mrs. R. L. Epperson t
StarUe Ivey, conducted the services. Inter- fly power vested In hem l by the I Tomatoes (
Wednesday. children of Jacksonvile_ will spend ment was In the Hickory Grove laver o( the "State' or Florida, the f rl'Ji)
Mr. 1"'lIror Public Imitruttlon of ;
this week-end with his parents,
Cemetery, Green Cove Springs. HrntlfoM County,
Miss hereby ,
Thelma Silcox and MI3"s and Mrs. W J.'Epperson.Miss cable an election to be held Ht New
Melba Silcox spent Tuesday after- fUv r, Florida. June 12. 1H33, for the 4 f for w - 25t Flour 24 Ibs. 65c ) '
noon in Gainesville.Mr Patsy Brinson left Tuesdayfor I { and purpose. termfnlnit of electing the amount three trust of mill.*<* ;, f''! It

a visit in St. Petersburg. She I dance will un. to he unnvwHed for tlie ensuing '
A round and square two '
and Mrs. John Uglow Mr. was accompanied to Gainesville by be sponsored by the American Legion yearn.For the purpime' of holdlnv mild : itt !
and day Mrs in Jacksonville.Miss W. A.Bonham. spent Mon her sister, Mrs. Hula Corpening. Auxiliary Friday night at the el'.M: tlon the fullowlnir are appointed Brookfield Pure Creamery LARD r /: ;

Legion Hall, Starke. This will be K .\. Snpp, (I. W Andrew, C. C.
Mr and Mrs S. T. Dell, Ollie the last of these dances for this Wynn and MtV. r Johns:, Clerk I

days of Harriet this week Ritch in spent Gainesvillewith several Thursday Dell and S.to T spend, Dell,the Jr.weekendat arrived season.the Orange Music Grove will be String furnished Band.by A.Heiretuiy:T. nniFFIg, C. MANNIVO.g-U-Ht-H-a Chairman Cheese, lb. -1 17 c Butter, Ib. 27c 4 Ibs.28c ; [ rio'i '

Miss Elise Jones. their cottage at Kingsley Lake. Come and bring your friends. Elec- .".
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Mrs, W.:: A. Stern and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott tric fans are being. installed. I Meal I or Gritshoe!/ 1 Grain Rice Best t White J ; "
Louise and Fred Stern spent left Monday for Toronto, Ontario, "TO MOTHER"By t "
Monday In Jacksonville.Mrs. Canada, to visit Mrs. Scott's par The New I II ,\ : ? \ ,: _

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W F. Babcock. ( Mrs. W. F. Boulware) lOlbs.19c Baconlb.----9c !
Is Roy Bence of Boston, Mass., You rocked by cradle 5lbs.15c jl ttH

spending a month with her Mrs. W J. Epperson and Mrs. You sang me to sleep, :
mother, Mrs. Lalla Chase. George Anderson spent Friday afternoon You grieved for the sorrow, 't I ri j ,;!, //1"
I in Lake Butler with Prof. That caused me to weep. BEER IP'11IJ' k' r j

Or and Mrs. J P. Burns of Ft. and Mrs. F. G. Schell.I \ : Table Peaches ;.r- Royal Estate :i \ f ,
White were guests at the home of I From babyhood to womanhood. I i : 1 : :

I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownies, You guided me right,
1 Jr., and son, of Atlanta, Ga., are You taught me to pray.
[FNTA WORD spending a while with Mrs. Brown- By my bed every night. I 2 No. 24 can ?5c 2JelQ Teal41b.10cJCORN l I ? .t!

'lee's Iton.parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lev- You told me of pitfallsIn I Now On Sale !

COLUMNFOR this sinful world. QUA"IT } h
Miss Mary Canova returned to You led me to Jesus, Tall Can ::1

SALE-Gladlolia blooms 25c: the F. S. W. C. at Tallahassee Monday When I was a girl. -Tm AT m """"
per dozen. Geo. W. Thomas. It* | after spending the week-end r 1, f .'
F with her mother, Mrs. E. E. Ca- : You watched over and loved me c '
No. Z -15c
R RENT Furnished apart.I nova. Until I was grown- jY1dk6c. cans 4 r'
wont with private bath. Extra i Was heartsick and lonesome TheSpotlight

room if desired; garage free. F. Mrs. B. Jacob, Mrs. Wm. Dob- When I left the old home. Pound 25c "'1' l' ,',
A ItBuY-Scott, Phone 34, Starke, Fla. row, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and I JELLO ICE - Swan Down i'? jt f' ,ilCREA.J1

Miss Rosalind Jacobs motored to You didn't let me know it I : J
Jacksonville\ Thursday and spent For your smile hid your tears. POWDER PUS'! TUASI'IE'S CA-/E FLOUR f M !r' .
DRY- ThU that .
la to certify .5' ki
I the Bravely you sacrificed I

a am Prohibitionist a Christian therefore and therefore I will, day. All through the years. I Ii 3 k ?5c CORN FLAKES P k 25 fw Y U. (1"P

not buy my groclerlea. drugs or Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holtzen- gs. - 3 f 20 ac ae"!! :i }, 1t. / dor
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eats, where beer is sold. I have dorf had as their guests this week Oh how I love you C" It,
Miss Ernestine Converse of Valdosta And honor your name.
never '
yet saloon, J
and I Ga.. and Miss Ruth Hintonof And think that no girl MAYONNAISE or p r ''E
am too old to begin now.
Faithfully yours, W. E. Daugn'ty Jasper.Mr. Has a mother quite the same. I i SUGAR llELlSll Certo t I .\;. : t?

Gospel MlnJ.eter.SEEDGlant (,
and Mrs. W. E. Torode, Mr. When God calls you. 1 d\ ,
NEB' Leaf Mild and Mrs. D. A. Montelth and Owen Above the blue sky, 3.2 and everything 10 :
5 Jb 25c
Mustard, Jrponeaea Turnip, Griffin attended the funeral of Mr. He will reward you Se 4pt.jar Bottle27c ,: 'i ( _
Oilneses; Sw K.f f Mustard, $40C lb. Tom Watts In Jacksonville\ Sunday In your bright home on high. I that goes with it: all I I ; ,

Postpaid; mtxir! free seed 8-Inch afternoon.Mr. Pink Salmon ..i
; Fancy '
of free trade first Salad Peanut Butter ..i'i' ,t
2-layer cakes' pies; SOC; China The policy was kinds of cheese rye Dressing ;.
and other and Mrs., W. G. Halle and introduced in England in 1346. I sirA
like I eep-sakes repaired I f fI
beads restr eg. quilts pieced. sons, Woodfin and Jack, have '- ,bread, pretzels. Tall Can- lOc PintIOc PoundJar-- ; H l
Mrs. s. Courtney Rt. 2 Hell- moved here from Lake City and Women of Sparta at certain i I I
oronn Springs Road Starke, FIlL are occupying the Dowllng; cottageon game seized old bachelors) and I I .
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cent of its plants to become infested school girls' dressmaking ,,?,. :
with the leaf roll disease this SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS sponsored by one of Miami'> !
AT HOME ] year. Even so, it made a slightly tug department stores. l'a(1.(

better yield than the Spaulding, .' .
says Mr. Ensign. Rising prices of farm p
( home canning has .. By ANN AOB carried< the farm price Index 01.dUCts, the
to fill the poke with pelf WITH RISING PRICES 11IAT-TIMS menus will include tucb Bureau of Agricultural Ecouom
!? ,. home demonstration clubs QUALITY PRODUCTS MAY ILL appetizing dishes as rib raa.i I' to 83 aa of April 15-up 3 Point I
AGAIN BRING PREMIUMSBy of beef fresh string beans and de since March 15, and to the
I llclous pies mad from fresh rhubart figure since last November.blebe.
of how home canning aD" fresh strawberries combined Index 15 The
L(I It to the."'Llve-at-home" ( Spuds Johnson) I served with old whionvd cheei* on April a year ago Wa
5nd 59. The
when it was Quality in farm products has not You will very good values thli bureau notes that changes
iS2 COMMON was given received the consideration It deserves week la lamb and veal and there Is svariety in wholesale prices of farm products ( .
that beef catUe were only .
of Bib to ch-osr from. at the large
: PLANTS two to three cents during the last two or three beforefresh terminal market
per of
At this season : year centers Indicate further
is TO on foot in Holmes county years. The reason Is cbvlous. vegetables from nearby garden In advances
Y demonstration agent Quality products did not commandthe are abundant. It'. wit to take advantage prices paid farmers since April
Gainesville, had I premium they should have of the canned product. Canned 15.
that real
a problem :
tomatoes, lima beans string
least 22 the market and
so she gave meat canning' commanded on and red kidney beans are inexpensive Tree rings show that
that are were not Justified !- there
to the men and consequently growera right now. Was
livestock, of each community In the in going to the extra ex- This week' Sunday Dinner Menus a drought in Arizona every 300

i< West, who \ When the farm work was pense of producing a quality prod- planned by the Quaker Maid Kitchen years.
IdentificatIon uct. People did not have the mon-' are real May-time menus and take -
took her
heavy the agent of seasonable foods which In
I advantage Germany the
periment ; to the home of some in ey to pay fancy prices-everywhere are plentiful this week-and there evening schools
were early In
These are family where she met the the watch-word was "econ- I for Inexpensive. the 18th cen-
which cause women of that vicinity. omy." Aa a result, producers of Low Cost Dinner tury.
those which the farm products had to pay more at- -
was spent in canning
Frizzled Ham
'{ fatal only In tention to reducing expenses than The Metropolitan museum In
had been killed the day "--named Potatoes Buttered Peal
New York
are other I and cooled over night. to producing better products. Bread and Butter has a rich collection of
chanlcal Injury However the situation seems Applo Sauce Cookies mummies.
they are less county the agent helped destined for a change and prod Milk for Children Tea or Coffee -

q ers are known sixty-five cows and aa a ucts of high quality should again Medium Cost Dinner Bibles were so scarce In the Middies < .
hundred and six
they are so into their With the Ages that monasteries
come own. Roast Stuffed.Shoulder of Veal were
they are never canned in tin, the meat country going "on" Inflation and Scalloped Tomatoes frenquently obliged to borrow
;" r Among: the serve-On'the table or sold "of!" the gold standard, practically Potatoes with Parsley Butter them.
death quickly for other things need- everyone agrees that the prices Pickles -
the farm, and for personal Corn Sticks and Butter The Coast Guard has
t pecially when for commodities will inevitably played a
Jellied Fresh Fruit
t or wilted, The farmer had no rise. Prices that farmers and Milk for Children Tea or Coffee distinguished part in every war In
getting 35 cents per No. 2 which the U. S. has
stunted or pay for products likely engaged.
of this in exchange growers Very Special Dinner
and sudan will rise, but there Is good pros- -
? which needed. Records receivefor Snrdlnj Canape Vapor from fusil oil distilled]
are pect that the prices they Rib Roast of Beef with
fatal Includes from one hundred and their products will go up at a Olive. Radishes 1 chloride of lime, was first used as
to fourteen hundred quarts an anaesthetic In 1856.DELAYS.
apple, more rapid rate. Browned Potatoes
gel trumpet, fruits and vegetables are With the return of a higher price Fresh String Beans
pantry shelves of the Club:! Mixed Green Salad French Dressing
the seed, level, and as some would call it,
ly the roots in this cdunty. normalcy, there seems to be good Hot Strawberry Roll Pie Butter

4 ,? pink root, county, Gadsden, con- reasons for believing that better Milk for Children Tea or Cone!
mine, *with, canning as a products will command better HAVE DANGEROUS 'N
I' The of securing canning equip- or 30 dairy heifers to be used in S-.fII.f-_
lily. prices, and be more profitable. This ...
castor oil : by club members. In would be true of citrus, watei mel- Improving their herds. They were 2.1.1f.
!; though the oil the women each do- ons, truck crops, in fact, almost'. accompalned by County Agent A. "
la harmless. one to four hens for all crops. I S. Lawton and Hamlin L. Brown. f f h

t;. foentonla and I of canning equipment. It la entirely possible that watchwords I dairy specialist with the Florida 'l j
g tabllla are for dressed hens having may be changed again soon Agricultural Extension Service.AIA'ORD .

yl' while: II the demonstration at It may be that the cry of "econ- .
known 'to be was 'on dressing poultry. omy" will not be so Insistent, and
.The cocklebur the'' different meth that again there will be a clarion
t, stage, Is killing and packing poultry call for quality. Perhaps it wouldbe Gainesville, Fla.-Chaa. H. Al- Philosopher may counsel you
j terweed or as well. wise for us to plan to give the vord, representing the Federal concerning the danger*which
y to horses and week:' How to Do Good public the quality products which Farm Board, has been in Florida beset modern life. You see
t' from cows. will likely be demanded It will for the last week In the interstaof these dangers! in the experiences
1 q .*: The entail some extra expenses, but farm relief measures proposedby the of others. Fire Is one of
.:: one plants POTATOES should more than repay for the expense Secretary of Agriculture Wal greatest!
i'1N plant and the UP WELL IN and trouble. lace. Why delay having your Insurance -

I; ', rase a J TESTS IN FLORIDA The old slogan, "Extra quality S reviewed and Flays
t@0. CLUB to your present needs?
a veterinarian [ pays extra dividends, may againbe aredangcrou -and expensive!
summoned at Fla..-..Two new va true. :
r !Should be I white potatoes developed Miami, Fla.-Mary Ellen Love ;I HAROLD C. WALL
until the lace, Dade County 4-H Club
plant United States Department DAIRYMEN STUDY METHODS girl,
: pletely have shown up ex- USED IN MARION COUNTY and winner of the state 4-H .dress INSURANCE
ed they should well in tests during the review last year, recently won the STARKE. FLORIDA

R t or sent to closed conducted by the Gainesville Fla. Twelve members .
I p cut Station, Experiment Station. Aa of the Alachua County Dairy

+? v Utlcatlon.to!.. < new varieties have not Herd Improvement Association last Wake Up Your Liver Bile )
-they have simply week made a tour of Marlon coun- I
1 4 [,FLORIDA the numbers 341914 ty dairy farms. The purpose of the

r4' IS EGGS tour was to study the different -Without Calomel
HOME the former yielded types of silos, the use of native ,

i f'y rate of ,,76' and the latter rock In building barns, sanitary --

I V Gainesville, per acre, compared with conditions, etc., and to encouragea And You'll Jump Out of Bed It this btl.It not tmriat t bad?,your loot
ords kept on yield of 46 barrels for closer friendship between the two In the Morning Rarin d that during: Rose No. 4, the stand- groups of dairymen.The to Go Gas blotta op :your tomsrli. You ban a

October planted In Florida. At tour was planned by County If you feel sour and sunk thick.,but tate.pd roar bwth b foul,skis
raged 75 eggs the yields were 77, 71 Agents Fred Craft and Clyde Nor- world looks punk don't swallow and the often breaks out la t.>l.miih... Your hood. .
,d _]3 eggs each barrels,. respectively. The ton, who, with other College of of salts mineral water oil, laxative a lot chM and;yon fact.down stud not Your whole
records were made and yields com- Agriculture workers, made the candy or chewing gum and expect lyiUm 1*poboud.
with county M. R. Ensign, truck hor tour. them to make you suddenly sweet It Mum thaw.good old CARTER'S UTTtB!
tion agents and at the Experiment Sta and buoyant and full of sunshine. LIVER PILLS to let HUM two pound of bile

$ of, poultry Ensign calls attention DVVAIIUYlIEN VISIT For they can't do It. They flowing frady; ud mate yoa fed"up. andup'
lorlda that these results cov- MADISON COUNTY FARMS: move the bowels and a mere movement only. They contain wonderful hannleaa" 1 (ontla
iervlco. one year of testing, and doesn't get at the cause. The TCgetabla axtracta,mating when It mare to
'/The 76-egg subject to alteration later. Jacksonville Fla.-A number of reason for your down-and-out malting the bU.flow freely.
better than the of these new varieties are Duval County dairymen recently ia! your liver. It should pour out two But don'taek for lieu. pUla.Ask for Carte,'.
tih itrda for the quality round and white. made a tour of Madison county pounds of liquid bile into bowels LIttle Liver Pill. Look for Mia Dame Certer.Little '.
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:::; I lea Is doomed and no mistake. The membership of the French ;,' j ,,

BOB JONES said President: "Let every Abraham American Lincoln, every Academy is limited to 46, elected, .". '.
You Know?
;; I L + + lover of liberty ever well wisher for life, and popularly" known as- ,
.: "The Immortals.
: posterity, (Our wet lawmakerslove

license, boodle and booze and
"Thf dlTriarop unto my feet, and a light unto my pub.-Ptalm! 119105.: OMMENTSON care little for "posterity" as the BOREE & GIDDENS c '

( i : majority of them have recently FINPRAL!! nlRECTOIIS 4, .', I

jiDrbuL1f3J11uE.;; AU religious teaching, doctrine or HERE AN* shown by their votes. W. E. D.) Casket At IHsplar Room. N... Depot ; .
creed, if they are to have any claim Hr..cet' Warehouse 4 \ ,
"Swear the blood of the revolu- .
J love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with C HEREAFTER. by LICKNSKD: !: KMHALMEH"Amhejlanre: S
!Cachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold' and crevice tion never to violate In the least .!Hervlre"Alvtarsi '
the and of whom It particular the laws of the Heady .... 1O3MS.I I
humSn heart was said in John746! ,"NEVER MAN On the wall of one of the roomsIn country 1
tfthP / to 9 l 111....,.
LIKE THIS MAN. and never to tolerate their viola- Ave, JacasnaTllle '
he Bob
gPAKE ( Jones there
College tion by others. _ _ 'S !
Pastors of Bradford and Union counties, are Invited to use this do hangs this motto: "When in doubt .

J nt for news of church activities, organization* anil announce play safe." Let every man remember that to Renew Your Health f

'"'w. Si>noe freely given and no charge made-the only requirement Fi violate the law is to trample on S ,

beinf 0ent that such Items reach tide office before Wednesday morning A few years ago I met an old the blood of his father and to tear By Purification ', '
be handled for current Issue. ,
they cannot the charter of his own. and his ,.
.thPrwIM) _.. minister in the State of Pennsylvania S ( I
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::.. He children's liberty. Let reverence Any physician will toll you thaI '
told me that he was
CHURCH imtBA/unY "I'nrfect ruriJleatiou tf the br .
for the laws be breathed
I III by every S
reared in Alabama. "I used to bea tent is Nature's
rSUNDAY American mother to the I'omulitioil ', '
SfTHOOl. I II lisping
II telegraph operator. the old man Perfect health"
First Baptist Church Why not rid
I babe that her let
j LESSON I II said. "The first week I was on dutyI ; prattles on lap; your clf of clircnlc nllmcnU that "
I Hev. L. F. Chapin pastor. It be taught in the schools, the '
had an Interesting experience. A are utMertclnlnif your vitality! i, ,
I Preaching.services first and semlneries and in the colleges; let Purify entire
message came over the wire say your system by tak
Subject Jesus Asserts his King- third Sundays. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ing that trains number thirtyseven 1L34' be It written In primers in spell log n thorough course of dilotahi. r :

m. and number thirty-eight would ing books and almanacs; let It be '-once or twice a week fo several "

ahlp. Sunday school 10 a. no., H. B. Ar- at station. preached from the pulpit" (Remember \\ocks-nnd ace how Nature r.- '
pass my I was orderedto ; 'St
Goldpn Text: "Behold, thy King wood supt. side-track that Lincoln was a statesman wnr.lj. you with health S 1
A few
cometh unto thee; he lawlvatlon. just, and Prayer Service 7:30: p. m. Wed- minutes later thirty-seven.while sitting at the I instead of a cheap peanut politician tlvntlrjt CnUitilm, the purify liv the blood br ae> "

." Zechariah 9:9.: nesday.B. governed by "political ex-' ; kidneys, ntoinochin.l '
baying desk thinking I heard train '' bowels. In .
thirty. 10 et>. and 30
Mark 11:1-10: ; 15- Y. P. U. : __ pexlientcy there fore he knew et ,
Lesson; Text, : 6:30: p. m. Sunday. seven blow coming from one way, packages. All dealers. (Adr.) Y YS
that preachers had a duty to discharge
13 and train thirty-eight blow coming ,
Truth: Christ expects Grace BI. E. Church _4 from the pulpit as well as o'rs H: '
practical from the other way. I had forgot. In the United Stat,, Dlntrlrt Court
us to give him our whole-hearted Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor. ten which one to put on the sidetrack 4- '- ." at the ballot-box.: W. E. 11)) "and #"ttI.rn HlBlilct of Floildu. Ill ,' ,', S 4 I
allegiance! as Lord and King. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat My heart sank. I felt faint. ; proclaimed In the legislative halls liiinkriiptcy In t Ilia I matteir of RUss -S n John*, ) t

Time )f Lesson: Sunday and 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I Something had to be done." "Whatdid ', ,,j-'_ and enforced In courts of justice of $tark,. In the County or Urnd :
'- In short let it become the fonl, Florida, ,
week- political riunkrui.t. 1
Christ's last "
Monday of Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: you do? I asked. "I flagged : religion of the nation." Notice In hvrthy 51vi to 1h. cltnl.
April A D. 30.Introduction. p. m. both of them. Then later I wrote to Lightwines Horn or the nlmvo nninml Imnkrupt t
and dark beer seems to the time mill bankrupt him riUd .
: Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. headquarters and told them the "--" state and national til Ion nvttlnic, furl It an offer of a com-p* ,

We have come to the last weekif Mary Moore supt. story Just as it was. I thought J ,. "political relig- lio.ltlon* In full in.lll0im.nt to nil File II :
ion" unnecuraU rmlltom '
just now. tint
Christ's ministry. A large partof League 6:30 p. m. Sunday. would lose my job. But I receiveda .. '. priority which terms have fiiititlcri been at-tJ 4

the Gospels pertains to this letter saying 'We congratulate _, r Faithfully yours, c.i)ted In writing; by w majority, In, ,
all .' "' number nml amount of nil .,ll-
period. They all describe the Fraternal you young man. When in doubt, W. E. Daugherty. torn WhaNe flnlnm hAve tmt-u allow*.!
This occurred play safe." 511,1 that tha coimlcUrnllnn to bit
entry. Lawtey Lodge No. 189. F. & A.
.. paid' by the linnkiuiit to tin credi.
almost certainly on Sunday which M., meets at city hall building 1st _....;dR.''M -'- Retail Trade-Moat encouraging ore and th* com of the nrocomllniC '
., C41.M N..I 11/' ",.,. In several In numberof have boon ,, ,, .
Palm Sunday. Men PA.'A. years a duly il |in lt i( with the
came to be known as and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. tell me they don't believe to iLfert'a end nskIn that until com, '

A day or two before this Jesus T. T. Blackburn W. M. hell. "When In doubt, play safe." buna' stocked In 1t28 tile waters of Malign Lake In large center Hlllim bv donririneil. by tint Court. f'
and his disciples had arrived at O. .1. Phillips. Secy. I am going to figure that there Is Park contain' so many trout that angler tuning Inn Notion will h IN.horoliy hvM before Klvcn the that llefel a hrnr o.. 1

Bethany, probably On Friday after- a hell. If there isn't any I shall With two flies frequently land two trout with one cast? The photo.. Motors-Automobile sales main- on Mity in), IWJ3. Ht 1(1( o'clock a. tn. I f s,

It was probably on Satur- THEKESSA BAPTIST CIICRCH be all right. If there Is one, those Graph shows two famous American writers rejoicing In a simultaneous Billing upward trend. of In IdS.Paek clrahHm, ,HullI In. |In t he City '
noon. >nvlll KliirMu. and, all
of this feat. On the left Is Courtney Ryley Cooper nd
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day night, after the Jewish Sab- who figure that there Is none, cixlltorit are hereby nolirlrcl to thru,
on the right Irvin S. Cobb. Life Insurance New business anil Here nhow mil no, If any thsy'
bath was over that he attended a Services will be held Saturday might be all wrong. huvo. why inn prny.r of sale peti

supper In the house of Simon the before the third Sunday of each seldom does. Ninety parts of try should not be made to Inter- appreaciably under 1932 levels.DEMAND. Lion ,,nhoulil, not he Slanted :I
Iit..I l at Jacksonville
leper. John says that the triumphal month. When I was fourteen years oldI the wlregrass plant consist of root' fere with the other. If the woods May 5, 11133. I ,h

entry was on the morrow after D. L. Phillips Pastor. I knelt by my mother's dying bed and crown which do not burn and were left unburnetl for a few years It. KvCvif MO( 11)1*AN In V Hmikruptcy.. JONK 41, I1O'I'iLI'2

this supper. IP and I took her hand and pressedit the rest the grass itself furnishes bushes broomsedge and weeds -

The lesson says "And when they STAKKE CIIUIICII DIRECTORY upon my aching brow that I after burning: ashes rich In Inorganic would grow up and choke the life Notice\ la horeliy OF MANH-'irft Klvrn 'that.Stl.H under I

came nigh to Jerusalem unto Baptist might remember her dying touch plant food. When new land out of the valuable grasses and ami by virtue of that certain final ir'tiered
Services Sunday May 14, as follows i U for it Is ftecrtMf or forerlmiiire, nmcle and ran I
Bethaphage and Bethany at the forever. I promised to meet her prepared crops always ticks and horseflies would Increaseall
: nn the tnrt day' of May, A. l>.
mount of Olives he sendeth forth In heaven. A few minutes later found that there Is too much, instead of this without helping the IK.n, by Honorable A. Z. Adklnt. :

two of his disciples and saith unto 11 10 a. m. Sunday schooL the stillness of the room was broken of too little vegetable matter tree growth. And when a fire circuit Juilito iir of the Florida 1..nIY..th In l that Judicial certain. f

them, Go your way Into the village a. m. Morning" worship. sermon by the sob of my father's cry in the soil and the latter remains came-as It would be bound to do ratine' therein pending I wherein V. ; ?
"Mother. "sour" until decay has later-,-what would V. "'Iu.... In complainant and J"..- j ,
over against you; and as BOOK as he said, "Son, mother's dead. removed sooner or hap. ,.hl",. A. Miircolte
7 m. B. Y. P. U. (leorire A. Mar-
as ye be entered Into It, ye shall p. Her body sleeps in a lonely cemetery a portion of the humus.It pen to the timber then If you wantto MM More than 60,* cottv .lenrtfe i*. Kruae, h.lnl: Krnaaanil ,

find a colt tied, whereon never 8 ,p."The m. Great Evening Savior.worship" sermon In Southeast Alabama. I have may really be Bald that Florida help the timber drain the' wet choice Havana filler. are ilefencliinln kink, of Htarke: I, the, a und corporation.':.r>lRned. 3 I I '

man sat loose him and bring him. sat by her grave many a time until flatwoods owe their magnificent places. The writer has seen more ptna other choice loaported > an Hpvi'lul Maater. will nell for nash

And if any man say unto you Whydo the twilight shadows of the eve- fast growing stands of pinesto trees killed by standing water than tobacco .... a Houlh to, the. hih..t door or ann the i beat courthoun Mdd.r, at the In;

ye this? say ye that the Lord Christian ning would gather. and I have grass fires. The writer long by fire taste and aroma found "Stark, Kradford Cnunlyrlotld..*,,

bath need of him; and straightway A Mother's Day SermonA listened to the funeral dirge playedby ago became convinced that grass What has been said above will be only la higher priced on I.). Monday I hILt, .,'rIs'the 6th the day leirnl of hour June: A of, '

he will send him hither." mother with a mother's conscience the wind in pine trees near by. fires are as a rule, not hurtful and considered aa rank hersy in certain cigar*_.that1, JOHN ale for tha purpose of .ttlafylntfaalil : I* JI' 4

"Bethany" means "The house of recently dared to write one I've said "Mother I'll see you\ later he was corroborated in this quarters. But I am sure that observant RUSKIN standard of aorlhml final, landu devre, lying, the and followlnic belnKT d.In- Yi i
of the church
dates,' and lies about two miles papers requestingthat again." They tell me I am dream- by the statements of the Florida men, who have the woods ,slu.. lI..uarutd.unt y, Klorlda, to-wit: ( S ; ,
,the ministers the Ijnts Una II II and Three UI, Hlock 1Twentytwo
from! "Jerusalem, and "Bethphage" on comlnjMother's Ing. Well. don't wake me. If my I Geological Survey (see Its 6th and I at their elbows, Instead of view- : ( as the )orlvlnal
1 means "the house of figs," but Its Day point out some of religion Is only a dream It is a 7th annual reports). The scientists ing them through a long-range Don't be misled by map or pint Wlh.. Town: of Mtxrka, '
the faults and vices of modern old time brand llruilfnnl County! Klorlda, an appears.
exact location Is not known. "The mothers. blessing. I have had the dream. of that organization study telescope, will corroborate my I of rnooril' In Lieed book "N', at Pair a

Mount of Olives." Is east of Jerusalem Florida conditions and form their my statements. "marked down to 7Q9 of. the puhllo reaortli of .lirau I'I I 3t
Therefore on next Sunday at 11a. !lCo"JOHN RUSKIN turd County, Florldit' ,( I
and rises about 2723 feet Let us suppose that there is a own opinions. II. B. Lngergren. J JI FLOYD flltlCP>1N.
m. 'the writer will preach on r' I.the ../
above sea level. The two disciples personal God, a heaven and a hell The fires, besides causing treesto I i cigar giving Special Master ,
"The Problemsand n 1If. .
Poetry Potency ; full A. M cui\sn''',
sent by Jesus for the colt were Vices of Motherhood." -that both are literal and eternal.If grow where none grew before, QUESTIONS C'O.NCEUNINO i 1' you 191) value Hollcltors. for complainant,

probably John and Peter. By all means the problems and it is absolutely true accordingto also act as foresters in thinningout LAW ANI) ITS FItCEJ\JENTI ) for your 5 cent G-O-Gt.G-l.: 41

'A colt whereon never man sat." vices of motherhood should be mentioned the orthodox position, as a too thick stands and In con- t Try a few todv. O'I'I'f] t;

A writer says an unbroken colt as as well as the poetry and Christian I win for two worlds. If verting fallen needles cones and Editor Telegraph: ,. You will enjoy every In Court of County Juilifit, State of
lit Is only a dream I other trash Into Klorlciii, I In reestale of Charles, !H!,
have.alreadywon. potash and lime-
was appropriate i In the ctae of one Permit some questions "con- puff. Mi-Cull anil Wilbur McCall, minors, n
meant for a sacred service. See potency.W. E. Daugherty Minister I am playing the game safe. Ingredients naturally deficient In cerning law and its enforcement." I triI: rip:ut l County.Notice I .

the provisions in the Mosaic Law I I the soil. We often see low tracts What moral right have law makers 't;> s... Tb.Band. It inuy concern Is here, y that given I Mary to all Krano whom s

(Num. 19:2: ; Deut. 21:3.: ) Every lIethodllttMother's heavily grown with pines. Such to legalize anything that Is Mi-full, as tlimrdlan, of Charles; H,

thing was forseen by Jesus. the Day service 11 a. m. ''qi1Starke I places formerly were "bays." Succeeding wrong within itself What moral ..." The, Ar.ACflM Mi-Cull will, on and the Wlllinr ath day, Mi-Cull of June., minor.A. ]>,.

presence of the colt, the precise I fires burned down the right have our lawmakers to leg- ''II II Redeemable 1IMJ.: ai>ply to the Honorable.: R: I K. I 9
service 8 l
Evening p. m. SpecI.imusic I'urryniaii, ,, County Judica, In anil far ''
place where he should be found, at both services. worthless aquatic vegetation and alize certain forms of gamblingand NHld;:. .!::uo y. at his office In: Htarka, : tt ttto I'.
the fact that he was tied, and even Young people's meeting at 7 the ground thus being exposed to prohibit certain other forma FlorldM, In sal l county, at !I o'clock&
p. the sun, the valuable pines got a p. in. ur .. soon. thereafter. .. the
the ready compliance of those In no more harmful than those they mutter ran I lie hearit for authority I

charger and all happened exactly m.A cordial invitation to attend chance to establish themselves.Yet legalize? Will some of our Solo entile'sell I. undivided at piitillo. :: 1 or Interest pilvate sale of 'I'tIIII..r. the '

aa he had said. these services is extended to ev Fla., May 6, 1933 fires are sometimes destruc- mons answer? In the following describedr

"The two disciples went their erybody. Editor Telegraph, tive. During\ the extremely dry How rail our lawmakers eiwct & ..Iat., In said. county and IHII.: '
winter of 1931-32 much timber :
way, and found tied by the door Dear Sir; was our citizenship to respect and obey The 'Roiithen' quarter of the S
without Hidebound alleged "authorities"on destroyed and mucky soil was the law, when they themselves are Northwest, quarter, of Mxctlnn Thirty '
in a place where two ways HIM' ...
Presbyterian Township 1< 1. Houth, Hanre
burned in places. But such eESTAND B1CCEST
met; and they loose :him.: And certain Services Sunday May 14, as follows forestry matters invariably gen- away "lawless lawmakers T" As many of Twenty, East, also the North auitr.tor .
of them that stood there said eralize when they are on the sub- dry seasons are uncommon. When them are aret CIGAR VALUE nf the Houthwest quarter of Neo
: fire gets Into a "rough" that has tlnn Fifteen. Township !Six! ,South,,
of woods fires and because All of our laws are supposed to 1 ;
unto them what do ye, loosing 10 school. ject I Knurs' Twenty ICast.':
a. m. Sunday
the colt? And said unto them such fires In state north and north- been left unburned for years, both be founded on right. But how can I. Uwto Cir: Ml*.UK Ukm Newark.J. Whl"'h applu-atlon. will be based
they 11 a. m. Morning worship. Moth- timber and soil are apt to suffer.Annual upon the priitioii. for sale now oil ,Y. i S
often of serious thl. he when of said laws
even as Jesus had commanded; er's Day will be observed in sermon west of us are a many GAINESVILLE CANDY CO. file In said Court. '
and they let them go." I and song. The members ot nature no distinction is made between or biennial burnings will legalize and license things that are Galiieevlllu, FIft.. Distributor Uateil MARY May a,KHANCIM A. D 10.13. 'I
conditions there and here save wrong? Unless our citizenship McCMLT

Jesus'And they brought the colt to I' the C. E. Society will present a and they heartily condemn the Our timber Is valuable and so ta comes to that plane of life and HCIIEDULK CIIANOEU /HAH V. MAINRM. 1aka! luUt1.r"lla.? I"
and cast tbelr e/armenis on flower to every one present. Attorney for Uuttrdfua
him and do-n; Mother's burning of the grass. In Florida our cattle production. Until> bet living for more noble than the ;-s.litfte;.
; others cut branches 8 p. m. Special Day .
woods. ter methods are found, one Indus majority of lawmakers Amer-
of the trrees, and strewed them In program sponsored the young No. 1, southbound limited due n'fI's' '!'<, itp-irmita: AD
the of the church. Address Before the white man came our : Starke 10:68 I c'strtl'l'OlIs
way And they that went be- people p.
flatwooda) had an undergrowth of! / Notice Is hereby Klven' that all
fore, and they that followed, cried, songs and recitation shrubs of various kinds. The pine I I No. 11, southbound local due creditors. lewnlves. dutrlkutees. anl l lsll I V
saying Hosana that Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 |.nieonx' Imvlnir. claims airalnsl
; Blessed Is Starke 9:17: a. m. Dally except the titnle
and of Alice
trees were scattering grew Humphrey de _
cometh in the name of the Lord; p. m. In the cold shaded soil I [ RUSH A. LONGS MAKE WASTE Sundays. ceased. are hereby:: reifiieMivd' tu pri .1 _
slowly ,
very sent
Blessed be A cordial invitation to all our claims to the Mnnnralil*
the of
kingdom Settlers came and they were compelled No. 107 southbound limited due H K. t'orryman, f.iinlv' jiiilira of f _ _
father David services extended to alL I llradford; :
that cometh In thename to burn off this useless uiT-! Starke 10.07: a. ta. County, Florida, fur hisApproval
of the Lords Hosanna In the Rev. Geo. II. Lowry, Minister. within .me (1) year from
highest : dergrowth to make room for grass No.2. northbound, limited due date hereof, or this notice will be : I _ _
Hurrying pits signal lights Just fashing red, cutting in and out of hel'l' In bar thereto, and all persons _
of cattle. Later the Indians Starke 6:08
but ye have made it a den for their : a. m. In" "b',1' to MultI .M ate are requested
Some spread their clothing In the thieves." acquired herds and grass burning I traffic ignoring stop signs, passing on curves and near crests of hillsto No. 12 northbound local due to pay their said debts forthwith
road, as mention only a. few of hli tu th.. ,iiiHlernljifneil, exerutur. I1
was the custom when Little by --- driving characteristics Mr- Rush
"And when even was come, he then became general. Starke 3:17: p. m. Dully except Till ( 61 h day of May A. II 1911.
kings were traveling. From the and A. Long Insultingly shouts, "Clear the way, here t And
went out of the city. When Jesus little the gallberry palmetto I come. Sundays.No. A. H CRKWSt.:

and vineyards fig-orchards palmtrees! thus entered Jerusalem the disciples myrtle had to give way to the wire-I there he goes --look carefully at the illustration. lOS, northbound (limited due O-B-Ot-S-SO. Executor '

olive orchards which covered And people expected hIm to grass and other grasses and herd*, .: Starke 6:11: p. m.t&"k" MO'HIMNotion l' '$1
thickly the sides of the Mount of proclaim a temporal kingship nutritious or medicinal which i ..__ and Wunnra Branch
Olives / Is
hereby Klven that It Is '
the crowd gathered When be did not. then most of his hitherto hall struggled for existence I Ii No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m, our Intention: tn apply rtur.

the Branches with which they covered followers deserted him. among the taller growth, and :. No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Inir the. session .of the Florida I.rlulutur tf
road 19J.1 for the passage of a
over which Jesus passed To rejuvenate _
the pastures became good. propoced l meaPlir. In the law In

The Prominent long fronds of the palm were Construction Industry said the grazing the dead T. .1. Griffin, Agent. 1 lowe irsdfnrd, '..-wlt County: Florida: as fol. ,, 1L

in this use, and were ,. to be thoroughly deflated. Increase I grass and fallen pine needles were Clotting Malls An Act defining ant relating* to
waved In the hands of the people In building activity anticipated. I burned off every year or two. The South liurlal Associations; /I..n.ln. the
10 that flr operation of Uurliil and) Undortak. '
Coo Friday (Crucifixion Day) Steel-The middle of April found Insect pests. I a. m. P'lorMu. deflnlnar the duties, powers
called Palm Sunday In our steel activities at a new high for Then a startling phenomenon became authorities vested under
Christian Train No. 107 letters, special delivery such an act prescribing for the knveKtlntf ,
Churches. At a particUlar 1933. apparent. For contrary to L and special handling 10:00a. : of fiimli. under the paul act '

Jerusalem turn In the road the whole of accepted belief not only did the m. and violation prescribing of siith, act.penalties suit provldlna for the? _

the burst Into view and then Methyl alcohol Is a byproductof few pine saplings already growing North that (he Insurance Commissioner. of '

Procession paused and Christ survive the flames but little seed Klorlcji shall have supervision' _ _
Wept beet rootsugar. I; Train No. 12. parcel post and thereof and renulrlns. the deposit. t.?

And over the city. ling pines sprang up everywhere.The ___ -__________ __ _ letters 2SO: p. m. with Florida the, certain Insurance securities Commissioner for theerfnrnianm of '

Jesus entered Into JeruSalem The mistletoe was deemed sacred I' reason was simple enough. Train No. 108 !Letters special [, of any contract or ob- _ _

when and into the temple; and by the Druids. i The bark of the pine Is thick and I delivery and special handling 0:10: elation liratUin. as entered defined into hy bY this any act Asso
he had fire which protected the
looked resisting
round about
p. Kenneetflly submitted _ _
tide upon an things and now the even- The Philadelphia mint was established saplings. Then, the seeds of ths Night malls close at 6:00: p. m.- J., M.c. OJIJTLER'r MANN.JHOTIOW _ _

Bet] as come, he went out unto in 1892. pine are provided with a wing. Mr. Rush A long figures prom- Train, No. 1 South 11:17: p. m.; ..2i-l5t.GU.C _ _

ny with the twelve." "And which enables them to glide far Such a type of driver gets Into train No. 2, North. 5:08: a. m. S___ : _

they ,ame to Jerusalem; and Jesus The meal bug Is very Injurious I away from the parent trees. When Intently the accidents\ at Intersections trouble at railroad crossings, on Starke and Bell Branch-Train trout Ol' TUB APPLICATION C

to WeO' into the temple. and began to pineapples. the seeds fall on close and high which seem to be his favorite curves, and on straightaways between No. 101. mall closes 7:00: a. m., No. Tn troll IM9CIIAMCII3 A. AKMI1I: 4 'Ir _

.wit out them that sold and vegetation the wings hinder them place to "knock around." Hence, 102 arrives 2:40: m. To Whom It May Concern. :

I : :it i in the temple and over- There are 43 volcanoes on the from reaching the ground and Instead his name appears frequently la the intersections In cities and lime BUM p.SohmlulmDally Notice I. .hereby.. Administrator('Ivan that of the theunderslerneil : :
the tat'w: of the moneychargers island of Java.. of sprouting they will dry news columns and, some times, AS on country roads. The safety-first effective Jan. 1, 1932. Estate of William O Forsythe. dereased. _

that and the seats of them up. But where*fire had swept 'the would be expected his name in listed slogan of "Stop, Look and Listen" Northbound S:.03 a. m., 1:59: p. having and fully performed and eatt.faetory'dlechared hI. 4utl. ,
old dovea rice by the Japanese ground the was short, and In the obituary notices. Accidents a. administrator of i
; And would suf- Beer made from grass bas m., 4:90 p. m., 8:19 m. the above said
ter no meaning to the Rush A.Longs p. '
that estate will on the Ifth of ..1.n.. 'i'4 't
day -
any mat should Is called sakl and is in gen- here were open spaces of bar at intersections In 1932 numbered Southbound '
aiy :
carry who took --9:34.: a. m., 12:31: p 1911, apply to the County Judge, at '
essel through the temple. And he eral use in Japan. soil between the turfs, where the nearly 348,000 It is shown prominent partsIn m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: .. no. his. office. In etsrke, for final dls.

r"Jgnt saying ucto them to It not seeds could sprout and grow while the casualties Included 7- all the 745,300 accidents with Tickets and Information atSmith's eharve tate. aa administrator of said es P .

of My hou"e shall be called The new Fresh liner's smokestack It I is argued that burning of the 400 persons killed and 431,000 injured their dead of 29.000 and Injured"of Service Station next: to ..- J. A. Baylesa,

a" nations the house of prayer la also its ventilator. grass will Impoverish the soil but: 904,800 In 1932. courthouse. 4-ll'lt.l-t. Administrator.

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S, Bradford MOKE CASSAVA USES I I t'I II OUT rcn A r.ECORD:: :
County Telegraph !
From time to time cassava Maybe You've I From Other Pens I ..
Established 1877
growers in this section have I i
?.', brought fine samples of the plant
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class into the Telegraph office and told I Heard It, But altos 's l"OLLY

t' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida us of many of the practical ueee
,' to which it can be put. But it I In & statement by Nathan Mayo,
seems that this semi-tropical tuber I ARCTUftUS MIGHT UK LATE commissioner of agriculture, ap-
E. L. Matthews_____________________ Editor and Owner which, thrives so well in Bradford-I pearing in the Tallahassee Demo- r 1

County, la even more valuable than ;If you are planning to attend the crat the commissioner says that rI 1 1C

SUBSCRIPTION RATE farmers here suspect. Century of Progress Exposition in Florldans are annually consuming

? Yearly $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable in Advance According to a recent article 'In Chicago this summer It should interest about $60,000,000 worth Of food "i'r ":
the Lake Wales Highlander, there you to know that you might products from other states. This
Advertising Rates on Application la health, food, and drink, for man have to wait a few minutes on a amount represents $20,000,000

r. as well as food for beast and prac- beam of light from Arcturus to meats; $6,500,000/ for dairy products -
tically no waste in the cassava open up the show. This beam of ; U, OOooO for produce; the
Wear a flower on Mother's Day root.The light, astronomers tell us, has been remainder being for canned goods,

I -o article says that even In the on the way here for forty years, beans, peas and other staples. The
of Columbus thin so it Is quite conceivable that It .
days plant was figures are thought provocative.They
t When. they catch kidnapers-that is NEWS. extensively used by the natives of might be a few minutes late-ar- represent Florida's folly.

4 --o- "' the Caribbean Islands and the riving In Chicago either a short Most of the articles referred to

Spanish Main for food and drink. while before or after you. by Commissioner Mayo can be pro-
At one time Chicago was booming; now it is bombing
4 According: to the writer, from A recent issue of the New Yorker duced In Florida as wet las else- N

I cassava ;s produced taplcoa ar- says that the show will be open- where, many of them better. Such

The higher the thermometer mounts the more we envy I I rowroot, farina, cassava flour, ed dramatically, ceremoniously being the case, it is likely that
starch sago, glucose, stock and ta- by a trick unequaled on this we are standing in our own Ight
', Ghandi.; ble foods, liquor, extra fine table skimpy planet. until we begin producing them.

M -- o '- sauces and invalid and baby foods. When the right moment comes For instance, where can there be -.
The liquor 'Is a mild drink that Is the beam of Ugh(will be caught, found better natural advantagesfor
President Roosevelt says- pleasing things in a pleasing said to "put fat on the ribs... converted into electrical energy, the production of meat and '

'., voice} over the radio. "There are those who feel that amplified transmitted, and madeto dairy products than here, where '
cassava promises much for Flor- press the button which will flood stock and cattle can have green :
o ida," the Highlander continues. the fair with light. feed all the year and where it Is js. ; .:
It will be a long time before the United States will be "That best production is obtained What stirs the New Yorker most not necessary to house for months

s, willing to "treat" Europe to another war. from light, dry, sandy soil. Certain about this celestial bit of chicanery during winter to protect them from
... forms of cassava flours are readily Is the determination of Its per- cold?

N o dlgeatable by almost any stomach.For petrators to succeed. "Yerkes Ob- Let's consider tomatoes a bit,

Someone has figured up that the Legislature. already has such reasons they are the basts servatory In Wisconsin has been since they are a major product in

r? ft i r enough bills to furnish debates for a year of foods for the baby and for the elected to turn the trick, but men a large portion of the state. Tons -From, llm Ntm fort B?,,? II
sensitive and nervous, invalid as of this planet take no unnecessary of tomatoes rot and waste In Flor-
r chances which might jeopardize a it Is stated, are under 16; some of lemma look like nothln' at all -
-----0 well as for those of extreme age.. da every year, yet one of the larg-
"The flour of cassava in the form century of progress," the maga- est items the canned and them have been earning as little as
Hastings last week held its annual potato ball. Sounds
cents a week.
," ; of bread or small cakes is one of zine says. "Every contingency has processed goods we purchase from We could go ahead and spray our
like no one is going hungry over in that section. the very best rib-sticking foods been thought of, and an arrange- other states'Is made up of toma- One girl of 15, the only member fruit with arsenic, carbolic acid,
known. One can slowly eat two or ment has been made whereby, incase toes, tomato ketchup and tomato of a family of seven to have a or any other darn thing, provUln'
; ; o three small cassava cakes and accomplish Yerkes muffs the beam, Har- juice. Can advance a sol- job, has been working for 85/ centsa we keep our mouths shut about It
Tallulah Bankhead that pictures are a swell racket. back it week. Last winter, according to
is says more hard work either vard Observatory will up itary good reason why this shouldbe When Mrs Housewife goes Into a
We've noticed that some of them are pretty noisy. mental or physical and find himself and thrown down to third.." the case? Investigators for the Pennyslvanla store to buy apples, or bananas, or
,' Pl In better condition at the end So if you have to wait a few What is true of tomatoes is in department of labor, child workers other produce she never worries
o of the task than If he had eaten a minutes for things to begin, don't essence true of other things. Take who complained that the shops about what kind of bug Juice may
Hitler will learn that it takes more than stray lock of big meal. grow Impatient-go out and buy cabbage. We grow trainloads of i were cold were told" to "work fast. have been employed to give It that

y hair falling over the forehead to make a Napoleon. "A combination of wheat and another hot dog: They're goingto them Yet all the kraut handled er and get warm school-girl complectlon.
In Russia
cassava flour, which latter Is easily a lot of trouble just to open that commercially in Florida comes in when the head of a

o produced affords a wonderfully fine show for you. cans or barrels that,are filled hundreds factory is found guilty of anti Tell her the fruit was sprayed
n I Floridians are going to Georgia for their automobiletags bread and If with it Is put a little of miles away. Take CUCUMbers social practices, he is sometimesled With Duke's Mixture or Pratf
out and shot.
Once in while
and Georgia folks are coming here for their beer sweet with potato flour, one has a loaf We bave FIE another ON THEM crow to pick We produce them In large I! one could almost wish that we had Preserver and It don't mean a
a colored
crust In her
thing life.
quantities, and can produce them young But when
.", 0 and rich with the ad writers-this time it Is such a law in this country.-Talla-
tL55 a nutty flavor which' will In unlimited quantities. Is there I you start talkln' about arsenic,
(# Sholtz has asked the Legislature to show some speed tend to prompt you to ask for the boys who turn out copy for a pickle consumed in Florida ex-l hassee! Democrat. look out! It don't make any difference -
.J and he prcbably didn't mean to just talk faster either. more. the Bell System who are annoy- cept where housewives make themat how little is used or how
b, "Cassava 'Is about a seven-month 'ing us. You kn9\v how their stuff home for family consumption, !I I THE FARMER'S PRAYER harmless it may be In that form,
Y -0 crop and can be made a big ton- runs: Pictures of super-sophisti it's arsenic
that Is not put up somewhere else right on, In the mind)
}' Mark it down to the irony of fate that the Legionnaires nage producer. ia a good food for cates toying with expensive French and shipped in here? And so it la This choice bit of farm lore is of the layman arsenic Is just the

l left for Cuba just as beer was being legalized in Florida. hogs, cattle, milch cows, mules phones and always saying some- relative to a long list of things. from the pen of J. Weston Hutchins same thing as a white lily on your
like "It's Mable. She's call- former
and all the test of us, Including thing The whole truth of the business secretary Michigan chest.
0 bank accounts. Ing from Madrid." And not even Is that "meats, dairy products, State Grange, a man bent by much
S :4 i: Ruth Elder famous be after "The Great Spirit hath given an exclamation mark to show thatIt early toil with the soil, but who,
f( L_ : flying woman, seems to out us produce and canned goods beans, So for the love of Mike left
the soil and Is the least bit out of the ordi- through it all preserved his
climate fitted for this appreciation -
M anew record. She has just married for the fourth time peas and other staples Include hurry up and make up our minds
for Mable to be calling from of the forces he
production, also given us minds. nary supple.mented.
4s items that Florida
many can not If
we're arsenic let's
.t> gonna ,
s _0 So all that Is needed is to stir into Madrid. In consenting to share go

t _.il There will be no beer sold at Niagra Falls. Officials think the soil the required amount of ._ ony supply produce her in own sufficient needs but quantityto also, : this poem with readers, he says: are ahead not, but, let's shut forget up about it It.and If talk we

__ :t that honeymooners can become intoxicated enough on love. perimentation.mind, thought, If gray-matter do that, ex Mr Ring MORE Lardner DARN FUN In a recent to supply some to other states. It I It is not new. It came to me about the weather or some other
you you might not be to :
advantageous un- as I was plowing, for the first harmless subject.It .
article has started what might con- crop
w 0- will succeed and if do not '
you ,
you dertake the latter
: are many of grain I for
Beer started off selling in Miami at cents bottle. will drift on, float with the current ceivably become" a national pastime I' ever planted myself,
fifty a to be
D k things considered in this connection "
And.Incle'ecl It 'is about time a crop that was put In "on shares.! may be perfectly safe to use
Iq ;; Somebody must have thought the tourists were still there. folks, but sooner or later some we had another. '.national' pastime, But we should not have i In these simple lines I tried to ex- arsenic'on citrus fruit or It may
are going to combine the
to buy things produced elsewhere press the continual dependence of not You can't prove it by me.
o three points, soil, climate, gray- what with jig-saw puzzles already when there is no sort of question the farmer upon a kind Heavenly But I'll bet if we do use the blamed

One of our readers writes in to say that in putting upS matter, then success will crown the gathering for dust.his Mr. ,Lardner and It consists has- about producing enough of themIn Father, who works with and stuff and go around braggln' aboutit
efforts and Florida no name game
Ill preserves, half-ripe or green strawberries can be used instead benefit in a score of ways.will .reap the simply of trying to Improveon Florida to supply Florida de' blesses all who toil In' harmonywith there'll be a lot of folks whowouldn't
I His plane and that "a buy a Florida grapefruiteven
of Of
of pectin. Bradford County farmers who the lyrics popular songs.
Another statement In the ar- Patron places faith in God" if their doctor prescribed It.
it's but not aa
i o are growing cassava are unanimously course easy, easy ticle mentioned is that "state institutions -

$l-for-life-of-the-car license tax is the dream of Representative sibilities.enthusiastic Perhaps if over Its its pos !' as some you of might the recent think lyrics.from hearing serve 36,000 meals dally, Thy blessing Father, I would ask, And as for passln' a law requlr-
produc- representing a food bill $50,000/ And shall I ask in vain? in' that all fruit and on
r ? Stone who introduced such a bill into the House tion becomes widespread .it will be For Instance, 'Mr. Lardner ob-
a month, much of It coming from
Give to the soil my plowshare turns which arsenic has been used be
In Cole Porter's"Night
|vt a big factor in the "live-at-home" jects to a couplet "
:this week. and which other states Yet the state has The sunshine and the rain. labeled "arsenated" we ought to
program now being advocated for Day( thousands of convicts and uncounted
amend the darned to Include
o Ring Is a sock In the ear. It thing
our rural says
: i population. acres of land. What folly- Give to the seed I scatter here the use of the word "poison' and
S "Five Cent Beer Seen By Washington Man" says headline Is, of course, the::
Tampa What Thou alone canst give, mark the fruit with a red skull
r But the news article goes on to say that he sees it a RETROSPECTBradford Night and day under the hide of I -o---- The miracle of miracles and cross-bones. Then if anybodyever

,year away. meThere's CARD OF THANKS To die and yet to live. sold another grapfruit grove,
County has closed another an Oh,' such a hungry <* we could write Mr. Believe-It-or'
somewhat disappointing yearning burning Inside of me. We wish to express our heart- Watch o'er the germ the blade, the not, Ripley about it.
The world is getting back to normal. Wages are rising, strawberry season. There are felt thanks to all those who ren- ear, -

", Aimee McPherson made the front pages recently, and Ghandi those who have made a little mon- I Mr. Lardner 'would refine the dered us any service during the recent Protect the ripening grain; i The bIg'argument In favor of ar

is fasting again.. ey, but they have mostly been couplet in any one of the following death of father and brother, Give in the joyful harvest time senated fruit seems to be that we
growers who have large families waya: also for the many beautiful flowers Reward for toll and pain. can get to market sooner, but If
t P ,4 o and can get their picking and that cover the mound where he you ask me, no matter how soon

4 There are lots of ways to express dumbness but one of packing done without great ex- ;Bright and day under the fleece of sleeps Give grace to wait and faith to we get that kind of fruit to mar
pense. A good many others say of meThere's The Andrews Family.: trust ket, we'll still find It ain't sooa
o the quickets is to honk at a line of cars in front of ;r9Uc.held that they have been able to get out I an Oh, such a flaming Till these results I see; enough.

:: up by a traffic light. of debt with this season's money I furneth burneth the greece of A SPELLING TEST Then help to use what Thou bast

o---- and can start next year with a.. me. given Well Dave took our legislate
5 clean alate. There 'la no doubt but or How are you on spelling? Good? As best shall honor Thee. team back to the showers and
,, A Lake City man holds the record of not cursing.'inslx-, what many families have been Night and day under the bark of -well, before reading the rest of gave 'em another talkin' to. Hi

a ; ty-elght years. Wonder what he thought about while changing helped Immeasurably by the present meThere's this article, get a friend to call Thy blessing, Father, I would ask didn't razz 'em or bless 'em out,
season, but it failed to bringIn the words listed below and check I shall not ask in vain old fashioned -
a tire on a hot day? an Oh, such a mob of mic- ; but just made a plain
the returns hoped for. robes making a park of me up on yourself. According to au- Give to the soil my plowshare common-sense talk.
o Before beginning a new season or thorities, these twenty, words are turns

RI Both. Speaker Tomasello and President Futch are receive It might be a good Idea to stop Night and day under my"derails, the most frequently misspelled by Thy blessing with the rain. He led off by pattin' em on tin

tt ing congratulations on the way they are keepink their respective and consider what can be done to dear, students. -Southern Farmer. back for what they'd done so
better our chances next year. In There's a spot just as hot as coffee Separate, lose, ninety, privilege -0---- far, but called their attention t to
houses in order. looking ovel" figures for past sea- I' kept In a thermos dear. villlan chautauqua, accommodate, A Starke beauty shop advertises! the fact you gotta stand up and
---0 sons It is easy to see that it is not I or all right repetition, ecstasy exhil- that "it pays to be beautiful the swat the ball If you expect to will

11 1 We don't know how you feel about it, but we're willingto I always the largest acreage that I Night and day under my cuticleThere's arate, hyprocrlsy indispensable. ir- spring." Apparently this Is a hint a ball game.
In the returns to relevant oneself tothe ladies to take
brings greatest sacrilege, full
a love all for you so true it super- advantage
move out 'and let the people whq write these "I Like the growers. Several season, when never would.do to kill. sede, councillor, and embarrass. of the old saying that "in sPring- He said this. was one time when

r Depression" I pieces have it. many acres less were planted have How many did you miss?-Crescent time a young man's fancy turns to the spectators weren't InterestedIn

o- been more profitable to growers Well, that's all right for Mr. City Journal. thoughts of love."-Delray Beach, any extra-innings. They wa n;
than some years when record acrea..ee Lardner but I'm of -o--- the wound in nine, and
to be much the sure one you game up
j As we thought, everything seems, pretty
It ALL, much
? were planted. Perhaps little kiddies can beat him all hol- AT SEAA News.:3 we could do It in seven 80
is same since the legalization of beer. A mere act of the Legislature would not be a bad Idea to cut low. Come on and try It-It's easy :: the better

r S cannot change human nature.At down on the acreage and avoid You know-something like this: girl at a public library In- '
t the wanton waste of having to quired If "The Red Boat" was in .00 Late He reminded the team that before

o plow under a portion of the crop Night and day under my coveringI "I don't think we have the book" this game started he outlineda '
last w '\'e discovered the perfect job-filling radium I a thing that has never happened to wish that I was the one you spent she was told. T 1'o number of plays for 'em and was

c needles for hospital use. It is such hard work that after, strawberry growers, but which Is your time mothering. "Oh, excauee me," said the girl. Classif) doln' all he could to help 'em iron l
conceivable I
: r take 'thremonth's might happen.' I made mistake. The title Is 'The the dug-out. He said "I want Y05'
s month's worker must a I
u three employment a We believe also that other sections TUTTI FRUITI" Scarlet.Launch.' "r RUSSELL KAY boys to get in there now and plat|
of the State should be discouraged After S.cnt.ey, Florid p..... ae
{ vacation. The authors of the book "Wash. a search the library assist A ociat_ ball Don't back away from
r o rather than encouraged: ington Merry-Go-Round" who got ant reported that no book with plate when those fast ones like w
to begin planting strawberries for I that title was listed In the card Well, our aa1at1,
The Boy Scouts should be congratulated. They now have fired from their papers for their growers are certainly school bill, appropriations
market. By so doing they will pains, are now doing a daily mer catalogue."But runnln true to form in this arsenic or bond bills come across the P4*
1 st i a library of 200 volumns. It is open at"the scoutmaster'shome simply create conditions of overproduction ry-go-round column. I am sure you have the controversy. They are havln just Stand up and wham at 'em.

every afternoon from 2 to'5 o'clock. The Scouts!!! take that will work disasternot One day recently their column book," the girl Insisted.l Suddenly about as much success gettin' to-
r'v librarian. only for themselves but also contained this little (Item: she opened her handbag and pro- gether on this subject as they'vehad "And another-thing. you guYS
d turns acting as for the sections of the State where "Florida's Windsor tie-wearing duced a slip of paper on which all these years In the matter have had plenty of time to studt

S 0-- strawberry production is an established Robert A. Green Is known among something was written. Then she of marketing.For their pitchers, so quit takln uPtime
9"a I The canning project that is now under way will help fill industry, I f his colleagues aa "Tuttl Frultl...' blushed. "Oh, I beg your pardon with fouls Play the Ian<
l& t empty cupboards in Bradford this winter. Many acres of Other factors that might Im- she laid "It's 'The Ruby Yacht" weeks now we been standin fast and let's win It and Bit 1&
tai', prove our.chances for another year I this has previously been done, by a man named Omar, I want."- around yelling "grapefruit and arsenic over with. There's boltkrt'i
: .1 beans, potatoes, and strawberries have been donated for the I would be a real cooperative mar when at all, by a local man who Sunshine City Newa.EXPLOITING -grapefruit and arsenic." If more Innings left to play so tB :

use of the relief committee. cannot be expected= to cope with ----0- we keep it up much longer we'll no reason why we can't hang UPa
,,0 I sys-tem the situations that exist as well as CHILDREN have folks asaociatin' 'em with winning score. Let's settle u1'1
an outsider could. It Is doubtful such famed twins aa ham and eggs, and ban.
9 It is. reported that eight. world powers are ready to sign gled along with a few members and whether th."taduslry in this county Perhaps the-most appalling news cheese and crackers, or pork and play -

t' r Preslden ,'Roos velt's tariff truce. The plan Is for all nationsto have often, died before the shipping la on large enough dealer to warrant of recent weeks came from beans. MARRIAGEReid LICENSES, :
season was over. In order to _
having a government Inspector, Pennsylvania where dispatches
refrain from raising new barriers to trade before the end -
; be effective, an association would but there Is no doubt that the say several hundred boy and girl Let the buyln public once get the Wager and Reba KelMTsued >
of the'world economic conference, late this summer or in the have to have an enthusiastic mem- packing of much of the fruit from workers have walked out of shirt crazy !idea that a Florida grapefruit by Judge E. K. Perryr v- l

fall. It Is hoped that old and new barriers"will be done away bership composed of the principal here must be Improved if Bradford and pajama factories in'an effortto 'Is a dose of arsenic and we'll Walter Page, Jacksonville; r
with at the conference. growers of the county. County Is to hold her place in the end sweatshop conditions. A have a marketln' problem on our Sadie: Sherman. Starke. *""ed b1
As for the Inspection of fruit sun of the strawberry Industry. large percentage of these workers, ,hands that'll make the present dl- Judge B D. filers, Gainesville,80 ,

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