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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 19, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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rtler FramesBill City Licenses Beer Picks License Up During Business Week' How Emergency Farm Act Florida Keep DelegationWill Offices Open Bradford To Join : '



Providing For Beer Sale, I I I Tax Collector_ Reports Will Apply to Florida Farmer.r During-Summer Time EiglithCircuit i .

Tho bee license business picked Congressman R. A. Green has
1 up a little during the second weekof announced that his office as well
Salaries! Will Stay Up the legal beverage, Tax Collector as, those of the other.members of If Bill Is Passed
County !C. A. Knight reports. Should Benefit Our Growers In Three Ways, Says Brumley, Jie Florida delegation In Washington .

Placed on The following licenses have been Extension Service Economist \ will remain open to carryon
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uodured issued since last Thursday: W. A. the routine business pertaining to '
Local Calendar Council Passe Ordinance Defining 3essent, Jr., Starke, A. L. Kahr, their respective districts throughthe Will Not Effect!: County Until 4 l "
House Alcoholic and The Agricultural Emergency Act I eluding Imports processed In thli
In Intoxicating 1037 If It Become
fr., Starke; Viola's Lunch Room, summer and fall recess.
Beverages recently passed by Congress should I country.In Law ;i f
Starke; F. R. Carradlne, Lawtey; A substantial portion of office ;
Representative C. C into I IV.. H. Andrews Hampton; G. B. benefit Florida farmers In three the agricultural credits sec- business flows Into congressional ;
y Introduced a bill mere The City Council at Its Tuesday Colson, Brooker. The first license ways, according to Frank W. tion provisions are made to reduce lands Irrespective of the assembly Bradford county will become apart
providing salaries fordford night meeting voted to let the city issued In this county went to the Brumley, economist with the Agri- the rate of Interest and to grant of tne two hoimes. Because this I, of the eighth Judicial circuit If ; 8 t
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i County officials The license for selling beer. remain at Spotlight on the first day of legal necessary extensions of paymentson correspondence promises to continue I a bill passed Tuesday by the)
Ions, of Mr. Butler's bUUi fifty per cent of the State license beer. cultural Extension Service at principal to deserving old and In large volume, it was decided I House of Representatives becomes' 3; f
was placed on the local cal- y $10. .p Gainesville. In the first, producersof new Federal Land Bank borrowers \ to maintain regular office' a law The new circuit will bet
not been made known. The following ordinance defining such commodities as cotton for a 5-year period. Capital will hours throughout the year. composed of Alachua Union, Ba
Jar, have Butler has also Introduced alcoholic: or Intoxicating liquors Get Half OffBeginnilU corn, tobacco, hogs and dairy products also be available to enable farm- ker and Bradford and will not be ,' ,,. #
Allowing/ bills: to abolish Stated was adopted: I Day may be directly affected by ers to redeem or repurchase farm effective until June 4, 1037. t$ ;j,
of Barber Examiners and An act to define alcoholic or Intoxicating the crop control plan. Second pro property lost through foreclosureand Petition Asks When the bill passed the House f$, 4 p
supervision under Stateof liquors and beverages' ,vision Is made for easing Indebtedness to refinance minor obligations.This Tuesday It was the first time In '
Health; to reimbursees whether spirituous, vinous or malt) June 1 until the farmer's purchasing Is under the Form Credits Administration history that the Legislature has ; s f ,
and others of Florida or or fruit juices within the meaningof power has been restored. Third, In charge of Henry Movies moved to reduce the judicial circuits : -
bdtvulon In Bradford County for the ordinance of the City of the Inflationary measures should Morganthau Jr. Ample> local machinery Sunday ; of the state. ;, .
etc. O result In rising for such will be In force to meet If the bill which was passed by ',t
nsportatlon lodging, i Starke, Bradford County. Florida; Thirty Stores Agree to Close prices \ s a
for State or any subdlv- I but not to alter exlsiting ordinances Close First ThursdayNext Florida products as citrus and Individual problems and claims.In I a vote of seventy-seven to fourteen ,1'
messes
court, I truck the third section the presi- \ becomes law the Judicial circuits '
In a
aD In any matter any regulating the sale of alcohol Month crops. Many Business Men Sign Request
dlclal proceedings, etc.;Band ana for medical, scientific or There are three distinct titles or dent is given broad discretionary Circulated By Kite of the State will be cut from twen f
bill authorizing d mechanical purposes, and wine for Thursday half-holidays for sections to the law. The first Is powers to Inflate currency and TheatreA ty-eight to twenty-four and the
commissioners to advertise sacramental uses. Starke will begin June 1 and con- the production control and benefit credit. It Is understood the execu- number of circuit Judges will be '
mty bids on feeding of prisoners. Be it enacted by the City Council tinue each week until one week payment section; the second part tive will take advantage first of petition requesting the showing reduced by six, the number of j ', '
of the City of Starke, Bradford before school opens in the fall. The Is the production; the second partis the Initial clause authorizing an of motion pictures on Sunday State's attorneys by four, and the r' I b
expansion of $3,000,000,000 In credit -
County, Florida, In council assm- following merchants and business the agricultural credits laws; except during church hours Is this number of court reporters by four.
ub MembersO.K.Prison bled; houses have agreed to close at and the third part is national financial through open market operationsof week being circulated among taxpayers t The act If the Senate approves ', t
Section 1. All liquors and beverages noon on these days: 1 and currency measure. The federal reserve baaks. Should by the management of the lit, will become effective within six I' '
whether' spirituous, vinousor S. R. Johns. first part is administered by the this prove Inadequate, the president Rita Theatre. ty days after the adjournment of ,
Store malt or fruit juices containingmore Carl's Cash Corner. Department of Agriculture, the could adopt any of the following It was reported Wednesday that the Legislature', except that the 9, jb4 '
|0 1 than 3.2 per centum of alcohol Fred F. Stump.N. second part by the Farm Credits methods: approximately thirty business men number of circuit Judges and b bState's
Direct the issuance of '
1I $3.000-
I by weight shall be deemed Sternberg. administration, and the third part of Starke had signed the petition. attorneys, under the Constitution 4 sr. 4 i
and held to be alcoholic or intoxicating The J. & R. Store. lies at the discretion President 000,000 in new treasury notes or This action was taken at the cannot be reduced until I, -e
and provide for a federal
,J Carry Groceries Only For liquors or beverages, within Mrs. Chaa. Imbacbu Roosevelt and his Treasury;Aides. ,currency fund to redeem the notes' at suggestion of the City Council who their terms of office expire.
Employees, Superintendent the meaning of any and all ordinances Paul E. Canova, Jr. Under the production control declined to passion the question Representative C. C. Butler oC a t
the rate of four cent annuallyfor
per Bradford voted In favor of the bill
Chapman Says or parts of ordinances of Mrs. E. E. Canova. commonly ref rerred to as the Farm I 25 of Sunday movies without knowingthe a
the City of Starke, Bradford County J. M. Alvarez. Act, at least three broad means of years. sentiment of the city taxpayers although he had Joined several '
Reduce the gold content of the 1 '
Men's Club of Florida, prohibiting regulating, J. W. Morgan.Saul's other representatives In offering aa y 'J
of
Business domestic

The! securing proper adjustment dollar by as much as 60: percent .to amendment to It. ', "
? ke' has retracted its endorse- or relating to the manufacture, or Store.W. production of certain! farm lower Its purchasing power. -e ? 1
fgt of a petition circulated sale, or barter, or exchange, or M. Edwards. commodities to meet world demand Accept $200,000,000 In sliver at Prizes A re Offered ';
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long the merchants of Bradfordd transportation, or possession, or ,Suwannee Stores levels and to attain fair returnsfor 50: cents an ounce on the war 4-H Club Members Sale of PoppiesTo t
the control of alcoholic or Denmark Furniture Co.
Union Counties, protesting custody, or agriculture are provided. The debts due and overdue this fiscal
ibllahment of a store at the intoxicating liquors or beverages; Starke Hardware & Furniture Secretary may use one or all of year, and Issue silver certificates In Dress Contest
H.Tlda State Prison Farm. but. this ordinance is not Intendedto Co.: them. They are briefly: ((1)) Acre against the metal.Remonetlze .
This'! action was taken following refer to ordinances regulating Clover Farm Store. age reduction of certain agricul- silver at a fixed ratio Four-ll Club girls of this coun Start Soon j
fc an Investigation by several the sale of alcotfbl for medical, Harold C. WaiL tural commodities by rental and with gold and provide for free ty are now eligible to compete In '
Embers of the club who said that scientific or mechanical purposes, Three Friends Barber Shop. benefit payments to farmers: ((2)) and unlimited coinage. the National 4-11 Club Girls Style ,
le itore would sell staple grocer- and wine for sacramental uses. Bradford Hardware Co. payment of allotment benefits on First steps In the operation of Dress Revue Contest for the val. lied Flowers Will Df Been tit 1
\only and would sell only to emyea Motion was made by P. M. Barefoot City Barber and Beauty Shoppe. the domestic portion of a crop In I the law cannot be exactly stated uable training and many fine prices Streets June. .:27 '
i of the farm. that .bill be read by .Its title Tip- Top Grocery.J. return for agreements! covering with full assurance, but a general offered, according to word from the -
Copies of the club's letter re- only; motion was seconded ana W. White & Son. specified crop reduction: or. (3)) Idea of the progressive movements National Committee on Boys and "The patriotic spirit of America, V
ag its action were sent to carried. A. M. Darby. the uae of marketing agreementswith which should soon take place may Girls Club work of Chicago) whichIs which enabled the nation to put P' 1t '," ( :r
|v.Dave Sholtz, Commissioner of Motion made by P. M. Barefoot Hart Furniture Co. processors and handlers of be given. State councils for com conducting, the contest In cooperation forth Its great Wold War effort Insymbollaed rr a j 4''
culture Nathan Mayo, Sena- that the rules be further waived C. A. Futch.A. certain farm commodities so that modity control and adjustments, with the state and county In the little red me
J. 11.\ Mann, and Representa- and re-read by its title. Motion H. Green.J. higher prices will go to farmers acting as official arms of the fed club leaders. mortal poppy Mrs. J. A Saul '
les C. C Butler and C. H. Reg- was seconded and carried. C. Manning. under a guranateed system of production eral service, will be set up at The county champion In this chairman of the poppy committee j ? 1iV ; '
ier. Motion was made that bill be Priest's lOc Store. control) and fair play. For once. The agricultural extension contest will be awarded a gold filled of the American Legion Auxiliary .
{'These! officials, with the excep- read in full and put upon Its final Starke Dry Cleaners. cotton growers special option dealt. system and state statisticians will medal of honor. A finely engraved said this week as the unit members lf ;f
|o of Commissioner Mayo, had passage. Motion was seconded and Bradford County Telegraph. are provided.The be represented thereon. Piano on certificate of merit will be continued preparations! for tho F
vloualy received the petitioned carried. commodities named in the contracts and adjustments will be awarded the second winning girl. observance' of Poppy Day here Sat. t ;
by twenty-five merchants of Roll was called and the vote was Berries law are wheat, cotton, field corn, rapidly submitted to special com The county champion Is then eligible I urday, May 27 ; '
afford: County and twenty of as follows: Bring rice, tobacco, hogs, and milk and modity hearings where farmers and to enter the state contest In the I "The puppy In the badge of remembrance ,
ion P. M. Barefoot, yea; O. L. Beas- Its products. The bill also provides market authorities will be asked to fall to compete for state championship. for those who acrl- ,
ley, yea; W. M. Edwards, yea; a. that the Secretary of Agriculture state their views. The winner In this context flced their lives In the country'sservice C
W. Alderman, yea. Bill passed.C. Three Million may extend certain bene- Decision regarding methods to will receive a prize trip to the I ," Mrs. Saul said. "It I .
aper Commends Manassa appeared before the fits of the bill to other commodities be followed in applying the optional national contest which Is a fea- stands for the highest type of patriotism I( t
council asking if the council had -. if he deems It advisable. On provisions of the production con- ture of the Twelfth National Club that we can conceive. It 1 f
Blanchard LawThe reached any decision on the question Cash Income Said to Have Keen all commodities named except tobacco trol ,sections of the law will be Congress to be held In connection -! recalls the spirit of those days .
of having Sunday movies. for the the base period for figuring made by Secretary Wallace after with the International LiveStock I when every American was UaJlcat- (
following article was taken They advised him to circulate a petition $3,105,000 necessary price levels 'to reach the commodity hearings. Exposition, December 1-9 In Ing his energies and resources to a ll xy
1m' The Miami Baptist" for among the taxpayers of the Year 1932 equality In farm buying" power'!! Processing tax levies will be the Chicago.In the national cause and when life rd'' it
Ini) 21 city In favor of same. 1009-14. 'tobacco the basirpcNlod last objective, and these will not this final contest state champions -I Itself was not too much to give for : i
[This week we are dedicating this Motion made to notify Commander According to the annual report Is from 191928. start on any commodity whose con will be requled to model a the country. ,f
| Imon City Baptist Church and toe cession made with reference to Agriculture, division of crop and L to reimburse farmers for nation of existing conditions Is one of four classes. They are the difficult to understand how Americans 9 '
I estimable pastor and wife, Rev. light and water bills be withdrawnand livestock estimates, the farm valu acreage reductions and crop con made and the proper margin between cotton school costume, tailored costume can be daunted by the coun- .
IJ Mrs. Blanchard D. Law. The that they pay for amount of strawberries In Florida for 193 trol to needful amounts, the Fed current market prices and, afternoon costume and Informal try's present difficulties. A people e ;
pon: City Baptist Church Is ob- used. Motion was seconded and was $3,125,000 the gross income eral! Government has $100,000,000 the parity level Is fully ascertain party costume. The national who only fifteen short year y
lYing its more than 30 years of carried. for this crop, $3.125,000, and the In hand for Immediate use; but ed. champion and runner-up will each ago united with Much devotion and P ', .
Jstence and is one of the oldest, There being no further businessthe cash income $3,109,000. later on the sums paid out of the Throughout the entire adminis- receive a prize educational tour energy to meet a war emergency
I not the oldest Baptist churches City Council adjourned to the The total cash Income receivedby treasury will be restored by means tration of the law there is to be n with chaperon to Shrines of Amer- I most certainly have the power to ra
1 South Florida. For fourteen next regular meeting. Florida farmers from the sale, of a processing tax. This processing spirit of voluntary agreement, ican History In the summer of 1934 meet any emergencies of pence. ,,9 e "
hn Rev John B. Rodgers served of crops and livestock during 1932: tax will be levied, assessed and practical application of the meansto with all expenses paid. A fine solid I The poppy, that symbol of patriotic };
J pastor of the church, and un"Is totaled $77,693,000 compared with collected by the Internal revenue the desired end. and a free gold medal of honor Is also award sacrifice, should awaken In all our (' v; 'N, '
r pastorate the present bulld- Schools Require $94.063.000 in 1931 and $127,344.- department upon the first domestic and open discussion of the prob- ed the national champion. The 'hearts a deeper conception of cue.'C.. ,
was erected. Rev Blanchard 000 in 1930. processing of each commodity, In lems that arise. third and fourth winners will Path own duties to our country today
Law, the present pastor, and receive a gold wrist watch valuedat and Inspire us to give in peace the i +
estimable wife, who came to 3 Per Cent Tax $75.00. The four girls winning type of service the men who died !
e! church less than a year ago I second In their classes will receive among the poppies in France gave, j i i- 1
> making ll with $40.00 gold wrist watches. In time of war." r "
Church rmembership of the II: Legislative Proceeding* I Ii Volunteer workers from the hr ,

"man City Church. I Chairman of School Revenue Association American Legion Auxiliary will t'"t # '
i There are many things of Interconnected Give Views Florida Products offer poppies on the streets all day I' n(
with the church, one On Subject i Saturday. May 27. The poppies f I+
J which Is an excellent orchestra. Tallahassee The Senate Mon reduce salaries and expenses at his close to two millions, or 28 per cent have been made by disabled vet y, ..i ,r
f' Sunday School is making great MIami Fla., May 17.-"The people day voted to refuse to recede from I discretion. over appropriations for the past Must Be Boosted terans and all contributions received '
01'gress as well as the W. M. S. of the State of Florida are its amendment to a House joint' On a roll call, members voted two years Is still nearly a half million will be used for the Aux "
B.
Y P. U. The prayer meet- walking blindfolded into a situation resolution proposing a constitutional 50 to 42 to send the bill to a com more than recommended by iliary's relief and rehabilitationwork
s are a thing of Joy. With Rev. which may cost them millions In I amendment to permit con- mittee rather than to place It on the budget commission.In among the disabled men and t p a
InifT. at the helm and< the fine decreased patronage before it can solidation of the offices of countytax the calendar without reference. a public statement Senator Legislature Adopts Resolution' their families. r,
teS2 being given to( him ate be corrected," A. L. Bowes Miami assessor and tax collector. "This Is not too great a power to Hodges explained the Increase as Urging Promotion .
City are expecting great Beach school trustee and chairman The House proposal originally give the governor in days such as occasioned by the following Items: of State Green Promotes
ok oge of the church and do not of the Florida School Revenue Association provided only for the consolidation these," stated Roblneau, Dade, as Agricultural Experiment Station --
all1l We will 1 be disappointed. The said yesterday on his return of these offices. In the Senate the he asked that the measure be takenup $309,333; State Plant Board, Floridians would be "expressly Florida Projectsj.
e Baptist stands ready to from Tallahassee where he resolution was amended to take at once. "Let's try this plan for $181,000; State Board of Forestry, requested In the Interest of them
the church In any possible has been "listening In" on school county superintendents of public two years. $20,750; Crippled Children. $10- selves and of their State-wide com -
'rch aner Congratulations to both matters. Instruction and county surveyors "U the governor abuses his pow 000; Public Health, $3 .OOO; Wom munity to assert every honorableand Congressman R. A. Green, a R
-and pastor. "If the state legislators Ignore out of the classification of constitutional er In that time, we'll Impeach him." en's Ward, found necessary at reasonable means to-ooll to member of the House Rivers and 1. 1
the chaotic financial condition of officers' thus permittingthe State Prison, $50,000; Home Demonstration the attention of each other and Harbors Committee advises that 'll
our Forest our educational system it means Legislature, by statute, to Legislative Interest was centeredon extension, $1.642.1:10: ; the nation at large the genuine the omnibus bill Introduced recently 'e ,
CampsFor closed school houses for the make them either elective or ap- the appropriations bill when the Federal matched money for agricultural worth and the value of Florida In Congress by Chairman Mans f
part of next year with resultant Industrial home contributing to field takes good care> of Improve i
This greater officials. legislature returned from its week trades products, thereby ;
State juvenile delinquency," Mr. pointive end adjournment. Senator. Hodges, economics and vocational education the general property of themselves ment of Rivers and Harbors, and 4 I "
Bowes continued.Mr. Saying they wished to avoid an chairman of the Senate Appropriations $74,980. and of the State," In a resolution other waterways In Florida. Ha
!i lorlda halt men formally notl- : Bowes has served for the extra session of the legislature, Committee, announced that Auditing department to provide Introduced In the House Tuesday said the bill embraced for ImmedIate
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\ that four Civilian Conserva- past six: years as trustee of the MI- state Senators this week voted to the figures bad been revised and a nine additional auditors to audit morning If adopted by both construction the following pro. J
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Corps camps have been auth- ami Beach schools, reputed to be meet two nights a week this week new statement was l Issued In which county books, $29,000; Agricultural branches of the Legislature.The jects:
JT e d for establishment on private the finest In the state. Prior to and next. They will meet tonightand the bill as now amended, calls for ; extension service, $74,953.80; preamble to the resolution Intracoastal waterway from t
"st of '
land which has been listed becoming a permanent resident Thursday night and Tuesdayand an annual expenditure of $6,292- University of Florida, for additional reads as follows: Jacksonville to Key West; Fort
1the Florida Forest Service Florida be served for fifteen years Thursday nights of next weekto necessary equipment, $39,000; "Whereas, Florida has been rich Pierce Harbor; Tampa Harbor; ..t
..protection from fire. In school administration and was, consider general legislation. The 052.The administration bill, based on Florida State College for Women, ly endowed with natural resources I Anclote River; Channel from Apa- ; "
R. Evans District Forest In. for eight years, chairman of the sessions will be In addition the budget committee's recommendation for additional equipment, $40,000; and favorable conditions for their lachlcola River to Saint Andrew Y
c to r for the United State ForService school board at Endicott, N. Y to night regular morning and afternoon called for $5.734,115 a year. Industrial School for Boys, $11,180; development, which Is unsurpassed Bay; Waterway from Cboctawa- }. "
: one of the government which Is widely known for the excellence session on those days. The appropriations bill as approved Treasurer's office, burgalry insurance by any other portion of our nation hatchee Bay to West Bay: pensa- l f
neleR which Is carrying out of Its school system. -- by the 1931 legislature providedfor $5,000.These and whereas, these natural coin Harbor. '
ildent Roosevelt's reforestation Since retiring from active business 'The- House Monday refused to annual expenditures of $8- and a few additional miscellaneous resources In themselves contain an He said that also a large number ?
orrall1 r has requested State For- In the north Mr. Bowes or, who amContlnued take up for Immediate consideration 049,519. Items make up the half I undeniable promise of wealth ands of surveys for Florida Improve- [ .j >1

Harry Lee Baker to confer has no political affiliations a bill to authorize the governor The Senate Committee's bill, -

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L. H. Hill, A. H. Harley, E. B. children of Jacksonville re visiting

LA'YTEY' lips. I RISING their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gum Branch And the Worst is Yet to Come-
s Wells, J. H. Diggs and O. J. Phil- P. A. Crosby and Mrs. J. H. Kel-

O. J. Phillip, Cor. Mrs. L. H. Hill and Miss Enza Mr' II. M. III.."... Cor. ley.Rev. Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. ) wl- JJY
Blanchard were visitors to Jacksonville I J. H. Kelley, Mr. Zenious .7

Road Improvements Monday I Rev. C. A. Crosby filled his regular Williams and Miss Amy Grover attended Miss Audrey and Vesta McRae

labor furnished by the Chief and Mrs. J. S. Jones of MI- appointment at Corinth Sun church at Crawford Lake spent Saturday night with their

I State Farm, la this week' ami are visiting relatives and day. We had some beautiful songs last Saturday and Sunday sister, Mrs. T. N. Norman.Mr. .

and improving: the county friends here this week. I In honor of Mother's Day by T. N. Mr; and :Mrs.. J. W. Lewis and and :Mrs. Kendley and children

west of town to the state Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and children Norman. Floyd Crosby Mrs. T. N. daughter, Lula Mae, and son P. W. Mr. H. Keene and son Vancle -
of Lakeland, spent the week Norman and Miss Lillian Kelly. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
This Is one of the most tray1 and Mr. Owen Weltch of DeLeon
end here the guests of Mrs. Dye's Mrs E. J. Lewis was called to Dennison of Midway Tuesday af
1 state hall Mr. Keene's
roads in the yet Springs, were visiting ,..,
the state parents, Mr.and Mrs. A. M. Blan the bedside of her brother, Mr. E. ternoon.Mr. .
been taken over by wife and children Sunday.
account of lack of county chard. Lewis at Lake Geneva who Is suf- A. Z. Padgett and sister l Misses Agnes Sapp and Eva Rig-
allowed to in fering a. stroke of paralysis.J. Miss Cora and Mr. Elmer Stokes Jackson
I has been get don attended church at
condition. D. Dobbs of Raiford was a and sitters, :Misses Thelma and
impassable ville Sunday.
visitor here last Thursday. Fay, were all visiting Miss Jessl'* -
with the
I ; an officials agreement and County HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. Fell! : Sapp>> cf Wa- O'Berry of Lake Butler last Sun- Mrs. Ida Harnage and daughter, k riff 5 '
Farm Allle the of Mrs. J
IThe were guests
.... teroak section were dinner guestsof
Trustees, it la being repaired I Mia A4m I'll. Cor. day.Mrs. S. Sapp and family Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner
time with prison labor the I E. Howard was visiting her a
Misses Louise and Sapi
furnishing the labor, gasoline Mrs. Lua Geiger of Zolfo Sunday.Mr. daughter, Mrs. R. B. Thomas one Agnes ,
and Keene
and the County furnishing Springs, Is the guest of her mother and Mrs. Frazier Shaw of day of this week. Gladys were visiting
Misses Elizabeth and Allle
ai and other machinery. Mrs. Lavlna Durden. the State Farm, and little daughter Mr. Henry Sowell and daughter Harnago

Mrs. P. B. Hunt served dinneron were visiting relatives here Miss Cleone, of Lacrosse, were Sunday night. .

'*. C. Dlnklnm Entertain Mother's Day to a number of Sunday. visiting in our section the first of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and

Chaa. Dinkins entertained relatives and friends of the family. Misses Audrey and Vesta. Me- the week. children attended church at CorInth r, a

a reception In honor of Rev. The table-was centered witha Rae spent the week-end with Mr. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Kelley and Sunday. d

F. W Session pastor of beautiful white cake, that her and Mrs. T. N. Norman in Hell- son and Miss Margaret Sowell of ?'

M. E. Church Tuesday eve- daughter Mrs. R. M. Faver of Miami bronn section. LaCrosse, were visiting at Mr. J.

:: her home here. had baked and adorned with F. M. White returned home Mon. H. Kelley'a last Saturday.Mr. .

beautifully green and pink candles. Those day night from Yulee.Heilbronn Diamond, Elder Polk and BROOKER ;
living room was -
1 large who enjoyed this delicious and mer- CoL nan Deas of Brooker, were attending ; I.r I.
decorated with baskets of Ml.. V.r. Galnrjr, c...
ry feast were: Mrs. T. J. Thomasof to business here this week.
and cut fern. Dainty refreshments -
gladioli Valdosta Ga., Mrs. Clara Sasserr Mr. J. B. and R. B. Thomas and YiI
were served by Mesdames and ott I Springs J. Mrs. R. W. Brannen and daughter r E7 -
daughter, Clara Mae Mr. W. Lewis were in Starke
., R. R. Thede J. H. Moore I
Pauline of Lake Butler are
Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Phillips Saturday.
a and P. L. Dinkins. MI.. Thelma Hliodcii II
: Cor.Dr. spending some time here with her
of Lake City Mra. P. J. Pearce
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ray of Hlnes-
Those attending were: Mr. and
;, parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney.
and
daughters, Margaret and Wanda
v Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. P. Taylor and sons, of vllle, Ga., are announcing the Mr, and Mrs. Landon Welch and
of Starke and Miss of I ,
Phillips birth of twin 9. The ...
girls on May .
F. Dinkins Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Jacksonville children
Y Lake City. spent Sunday With spent last week here at- -
Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, Mr and Mrs D. little ones have been named Annlo I
t L. Kite. tending to business. J
Mrs. J. D. Adklna had ns her
Mae and Edna Mae.EVERGREEN.
1 Mr. and Mr O. W. Roberts Mr. guests this week, her sisters, Misses Elsie and Thelma Rhoden ___ __ __m___ Everett Galney was transacting I toIh9t
.ry+ and Mrs. W. M. Bryan, Mr. and Misses Lyda, and Jewel Prieston /+fLake were visiting Misses Mildred and business In Alachua Saturday.G. -s: ;:.
l'' Mrs. H. B. Arwood, Mr. and Mrs. Genevieve 'il "
Sanders Saturday. _..: :
; M. B. Plummer Mr. and Mrs. E. Butler. E. McGauley and daughter, h_ ft...... Y---! =-s _
,
Mrs Rachel Brown of Baltimore r
,
8 Rev. G. E. McGauley, pastor of Willene attended church servicesin
4 M. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. R. E. the First Baptist church here delivered Md., has come to make her home Hampton Sunday. with her mother Mrs. Jean Gas-
1 Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Jones. Mrs .... kina.
i a very Interesting sermon I A. Roller, Cor. H. B. Crosby, Mrs. C. S. Kelley.
Thede Mesdames P. L. Dinkins, Mr. William Crawford spent and Mrs. Mr. an 4 Mrs. Bert Prevatt have
to a large audience Sunday morn- Sallie Mott were trans.
t' W. F. Moore, D. W. Moore, A. H. moved here. We welcome them to
Saturday and Sunday with his Mr. and
Ing. Mrs. Leaton Morgan and acting business In Starke Satur a '
Terry 1 Rev F. M. Taylor, pastor of Graham aunt, Mrs Sara Carlisle of Starke. children, of Starke, spent Thursday this thriving little community.
day.Mrs. .
; Church Mr. Lonnie Crawford haa returned af last week here with Mr. and .
Baptist conducted a Alice Thomas and children
Beck, V. R. Reddish EffIe Miner; home from Louisiana, where he POULTRY FLOCKS SHOULD
Masonic service Mrs. J. E. Rosier.
at the and
4i Eunice Whitehead, Dolly Dlnklns, Baptist Mrs. Emory Mathray were BE REPLACED EARLY ,
has
been
employed with a strawberry -
Church at o'clock. Mr and Mrs. Frank Crews spent
seven-thirty transacting business in Starke
; : ,Abble Harley, Katherine and Auth. I I
Rev. G. E. McGauley had chargeof packing plant.A the week-end with her grandfather, Wednesday.
l erlne Blanchard, Joyce Terry, Enza the preliminaries. Several large crowd attended churchat Mr. John Sapp at Sapp Station. An unusually strong movement a
i r 4 Blanchard and Mr. J. C. Gatewood. beautiful selections were renderedby Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas' sat- Russell Raulerson, spent the' of live poultry from the southern More than 60''

i iJ the audience and choir after urday night.Mr. I week-end with his parents Mr. and states to the New York market choice Havana filler-

k, 4 W. F. Wells and family of Jacksonville I which, Mr. Miner, of Lawtey sanga T. J. Moore and sons Cor; Mrs. John Raulerson at Ralford. TIIERESSA has been on since January 1, and plus other choice bJ

was visiting relatives here beautiful solo. J. I. Tucker led nelius and Clarence, Spencer Craw A. B. Rosier and children and something should be done right ported tobacco...!

1 recently.Mr. the opening prayer, after which ford and Clarence Rhoden, all attended Mrs. Hester Sapp were visiting Ml. Rhoda ZelBlcr., c... away to replace these withdrawals, hate and aroma foonj

rs l and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Rev. Taylor took charge of the church at Jacksonville Sun relatives here Sunday afternoon. according to C. A. Flitch of the only In higher pnctjcigar.

who have been occupying the Edwards service, and delivered one of the day.Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and A weiner roast was given at''I Bradford County Supply Company. ._.that'. JOHNRUSKIN.Uiul.uJc

I home east of the railroad greatest Masonic lectures that our Allie Thomas and Misses children and Cedric Finn were visiting Crystal Lake Wednesday night in "From January to April," he -

1 moved recently to the Cox place town has ever enjoyed. Not only Edith and Rosa Moore spent Sat here Sunday night.GREENWOOD. honor of Miss Ovida Hall. Swim I says "Government figures show value.

4 in East Lawtey.J. I was Masonry explained as far as urday and Sunday ,In Jacksonville ming boat riding and games were that 2,042 carloads of chickens! u

C. Gatewood was a business Its secrecy permits, but the bene- attending church. enjoyed by the young people be- have rolled into the New York "tr Don't be muted fcj

i, visitor to Tallahassee Tuesday fits of Masonry to the community, The home demonstration women for the roast.Members market. Of these total receipts, ; old time brand

i t Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were school church and family were explained held their regular meeting Thursday of the Christian Union 604 cars came from Tennessee, r "marked down to
transacting business in Jacksonville at the school house. Miss Kentucky, AIiAama. North Caro- Sc."JOHNRUSKBfa
and simplified by means of MI. E......,..* PrlBd. c... enjoyed a social Thursday eveningat
Tuesday. beautiful pictures and phrases. Masons Pearl Jordan gave a very Interest I the home of Rev.. S. H. Doddon lina, South Carolina and Georgia. the early cigar giving

Mrs. Bruce Montgomery of Griffin were present from Graham, ing talk on nurseries and flowers. St. Clair and Silver Lake. Tennessee alone shipped 264 cars you full 1933 value
J. C.
i Ga., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Starke, Brooker and Lawtey, Eastern Mr, Earl Parmenter has returned Pringle were Moseley business I Mrs. Florence Williamson and and Kentucky was second with for your 5 tract.tfr .

W. F. Godwin here this week. Star members were present home after spending several in Jacksonville transacting. son, Grady and Buddy and Lois 229. Friday, April 7, out of 99 ,
few
Mrs. Wilmot and children months in Gulf Hammock.KeddlshCarmlrhael. Friday.C. cars received the Try a cods
t Brown on New York
from Starke Bender of Earlton
Lawtey and Gaines- A. are visiting You
Pringle with will
of.Tampa,. are visiting l __a{ the spent Friday friends here. market, 52 of them came from four enjoy evenpuff.
his daughters Mrs. R. E. Lee
and .
home of Dr. and Mrs. G. w. Brown, ville.Mrs. Mr. Bill Reddish and Miss Margaret of these states. ..
Nettle Mae Dobson of Olus- Mrs. J. W. Saunders at Russell. Mr. W. H. Hall was a business
tV this week. tee and Mr. Carmichael were united In I visitor to "It's a good thing to dispose of
and Mrs Earl Brownof Mary and W. S. Rivers returned Hampton Saturday. ftA
v Misses Eva Rlgdon Agnes Sappof Lake City, were guests of their I marriage Friday night. We wish IBOOTSEY'S the old stock and culls early, as ;t', Save The
to their home
at
the Wateroak section were visiting them a long and happy marriedlife. Starke after a southern poultrymen are Bands
doing
mother, Mrs. W. R. Fringle this visit here.A. "'"=....:;."
# I They Are
c friends here Sunday after- but these should be replaced in the
y noon. week. ? .-- B. Rosier and Another, Mrs. J. BEACH next thirty days by strong virgor itac.wlull. RedeemableTJ,1.
1 Herbert Preston of Lake Butler, S. I
Sapp spent Sunday afternoonat
Richard Plummer of Miami Is ous chicks so that flocks have
spent the week-end with his sister L. Gaaklna. Cor.
Evergreen visiting friends and
visiting at the home of his parents Mrs. J. G. Adklns. ZIFF relatives. enough birds on hand to take advantage :
here this week. of the
higher egg prices
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden and
Lee'T. Moore who has been a Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, Miss Martha Crawford enter which
are coming next fall and
't Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden all of Mice Lola Ma
I.eirU. Cor. Mrs. J. S.
Sapp, Misses Pencie and tained
9 resident of this place for the past' a large number of her winter.
? : several months moved to Jackson. Monticello, visited Mr A. A. Durden' Janie Sapp and Evelyn and Em- friends Saturday night with a "Immediate replacement of 0
"
mother, Mrs. Lavlna Durden Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville
halyne
Yule Friday. Pringle were shopping in pound party. Games were enjoyedby flocks with new chicks Is a necessary -
J 9 last Sunday. spent last Tuesday here with his Starke
a Miss Saturday. all and later refreshments were
Bessie
Terry was shopping step that should be taken
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. Carl Reddish was visiting St. served
to the
in eighty-five guests.
Jacksonville
Ir : Monday. right now by poultry raisers who
Average snails travel '
three
Mr. and Mra. R. B. Thomas and Clair Moseley Sunday afternoon. Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke
Mrs Lou Tanksley of Jacksonville was want to cash in on the high
Inches a minute--one mile in fifteen egg
daughter, Miss Hazel, spent last Bill
was a business visitor here Reddish Misses Mary Reddish visiting Mrs. J. L. Gaskins Tuesday prices next fall and winter."
Friday. days. week in Jacksonville with friends and Ina Forsyth passed morning. I. Lewis Clew lug Co: .Mba NrwrtHJ
Germans in the hills of
s Beargen, and relatives.
Mrs. Tommy Deck, who spent the N. J. Still manufacture Mr. and through this section Friday evening Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of Jacksonville High blood pressure Is unknown GAINESVILLE CANDY Ctt|
a1. week in Jacksonville returned here wampum. Mrs. Claude Crosby and J Is spending this week here I in China. Gainesville.. Fla.. Distributor


Sunday.Mrs. T. T. Darley was visiting :


3'yM l relatives. and in Mrs.Melrose J. H.Wednesday.Mr. Moore are. I t"TAEbiAIl .THING'ONMAIN] STREET"_ _. By L. F.iVan Zclm I IjJuily

y tl residing in Ft. Meade during the

? corn deal. .

V Mrs. R. A. Griffis returned toher UZZ LOOK Al / -
,* home here Saturday after s TNIS
spending the week-end In Marian. ] MAIN 4TOMT'9 FACE -- _
PICTU06 PAPBC- I MADE A .
,
g p
; 'D
GOOD oNe Z 8
** I
Miss Mattte Harley, who hittl Sf Puf1'ICh
BOYS HAVEIMAGINATIOH I
been visiting her parents here returned MuD OM THE -

P to her duties at the Flagler I I 0 W, Sfa. G1I

.jjjjpltal:: In St. Augustine Satur I,
.. ---
at day. 1 -
l Mr. and Mrs T. J. Terry had as TU& MAtM STREET Bo't'f'

their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.I .1
it, f Geo. Dunham, Mr. and Mra. J. C. \ BY MAhnNfi FACtS
Wyrick and daughter Hilda, of
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. C. >E. OUT OF EVERY CoNCEIVE
Strickland of Gainesville.Mr. ABLE OBJECT IN GUS,>,e.

and :Mrs. C. R. Whitehead c IPIN11CKtTS '1AIU

are spending the week the guests MOW MANX FACE9 CAM T-

'1I Y cf relatives in Birmingham Ala. YOU ANt f ..1-'- '.;- V :
J + Those attending the Masonic

J.I lecture by Rev. F. M. Taylor at V ELVAM twvwa
u Hampton Sunday evening were;

t r Y Mr. and Mrs R. A. Grlfls, Mr. and
r Mrs.: W. C. Wooten, Mrs. J. H.

Biggs, Mrs. E. B. Wells, A. H. and I DOROTHY DARNIT By C1iarle sMcNjanw'PAPA

H C. Harley, E. L. and J. E. Wilkinson ." _
Howard Miner O. J. Phillips
'i and L. H. Hill. 1..001 O"E1" SE6 IF YOU CAN SEE NIMNt3
Ike
Mesdames J. M. Reddish, Vernon 'Ti4a OLEACI4ERS. AND WIU\rtl' A. OLnclt OU a'1'III.

,, Rowe, J. F. Harrell Miss Elva Lee
SEE ''F You CAN SEE
Reddish were shopping in Jackson
Jipi"" DR19CoLL ?
r vile Saturday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Biggs, Mrs. .
., .. t
tit rr
?' E. B. Wells were visiting in Jacksonville r9 / r 11

Friday.
t Mrs. Bryant Reddish and children

2 V'; : of Jacksonville are visiting oI
'&1: ..a relatives here this week.

'. S Legal beer was put on sale here 0. if 5 ti:tla. .
{ M Friday, but dealers report disappointing
+' sales.

/ ''k Mayor Griffis, Monday ordered b .tI /
!
the arrest of all motorists cutting

4 corners in the city. During the I Q 1r1 -

r day nine arrests were made.

5i t' Mrs J. L. Hightower of Miami is _

,visiting here at the home of her

1fi 1 daughter Mra. O. J. Phillips.Mr. :
and Mrs. L. F. Dinklna were

visiting Mrs. Dinklns' parents Mr.
I ,, and Mra. Oscar Andreu in Starve CTr

d 1 Sunday. I I I '
Ord Those attending Eastern Star I1'IIIlIHIwiii

r meeting in Starke Monday evening II
I .
s ere Meadamea W C. Wooten, rCa.va.et. I GNA1 rte Na gaol

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4Y, 11.tY20 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKE. FLORIDA: PAGE TllBEli t '
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<- ;;;;; :: towed hence to the scene of operations late Saturday and, penniless, atart -- -- ... to.. -- GrainNew- i ---- --high- lvelsi..r the i: ::t{ '

Lagoon, ,at where the mouth the canal of the begins Big for a town in Texas. Theron made + Do You Know? + season and In some cases for near- ,S'' w ", ., r I fly .'I

e4'01 from Pensacola only about forty miles of his jour- two years, were rece'nily r*. I

ney af about two thousand miles corded. 4 '. 1.1
GET $10, OVERLOOK $90 when he was picked up by offi- I.e I. ;11 t '
Gainesville The of have n, N !
theft of $10 Newspapers England ltl a
cers here before 4
In just
of.Florida Short Paragraphs noon today
News from ,
Terry's Market on West SemInary '

been featuring the fact that King ; f.
I ( In company with a negro truck
street sometime
during Wed-
George has had the same collar I
driver
named Frank Brown.
nesday night was reported to po- stud since he was a boy. ]'J ,
lice when It was discovered e :;
as the
--dsrw --.i:
'- market was being opened for business FORT \MYERS SLED
: DECREASES Jemonstration in behalf of bonus early Saturday. The thief, Fort Myers-A mandamus suit THE MAN WHOPROCRASTINATES f i:I
B.\L\sn State Treasurer I payment or thieves, who gained entrance to compel city officials to levy '

raIIabassee has announced that through a nar window, overlooked millage enough to pay approximately !1 I
!. Knott balance on April 30'X614 "LETTER IN ALARM: BOX $90 hidden in a" drawer, proprle- I $90,000 in bond debts was STRUGGLES WITH RUIN-" I I'Kut"
treasury tore said. filed In circuit court here by the R. I
compared with Fort Myers-The Fort Myers s t tf
oa8M9.3 31- Disburse- fire department had enjoyed more Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle,

during March totaled $3- than a week of uninterrupted pin- UriLDIXQ SHOWS INCREASE a Nebraska corporation which is S ; } .
pIS his ochel! on* of the leading holders of Fort e
when
and receipts $2.925,680. an alarm sounded Ocala -- Building activities In
.809 so the firemen Ocala Myers bonds. At the same timean
stated were on edge and are running substantiallyahead
tort reached the corner of Fowler and of 1932, according to tlgures action was filed seeking an Injunction t"t

,% WINS SUIT: First'streets in record time. There I released by City Manager H. C. to prevent the city from tif I Ite Ir
BIB:? accepting bonds, now valued at
Judge Alexand- was no blaze to combat, however, Jones. Although operations are
1'IlDpa.Federal has awarded Roger for a negro woman, given a letterto not extensive, the total for the twenty-five cents, In payment of q .

\JIerman Mass, and Bab- mall had broken in the fire first four months of this year la taxes You know

!bOO, .Boston F>a $7,500 default Jud*' alarm box to drop the missive. more than twice as large as for the delay I
park the city of Avon same period last year. For the TOLL LIFTING :MEET Do not neglect: '
,pt agaln suit Involved alleged NEVER TOO LATE first four months of 1932 building Palatka Governor Sholtz has Insurance 4 4quote. !

?. The of bonds, the records DeLand-Dr. Frances Dickinson, projects totaled $$.::16$, while for I accepted an Invitation to attend a Suppose ]
i Hymen is the noted econ- whose Interest In aviation, particularly the same period this year the to- celebration here July 4, marking ; CP \ tonight!
; Baboon
i'I'
for women, prompted her tal was $13,540. ''I the lifting of tolls from Putnam ; .Let us I.rwureHAROLD y< I

t. ---- to give a large plot of land near county memorial bridge. In his
CHECKED Orange City to the Betsy Ross Air MILE MENI'ES I letter of acceptance, the chief ;
? FIRE IS No furtherread Corps for a landing: field and per- Winter Park Maybe this i Idea executive Indicated he does not
tort Lauderdale In manent base, has taken up flying That 'woman's place is In the plan to do much speaking at the Year'l
was reported Saturday study. And some day Dr. Dlckslnson home" Is all wrong after all. In a I occasion. "Personally I feel that :I STAHKE.
Everglades mucklands fire rag- Is determined to be able to contest to determine just what sort 'I ought not to do much talking, but .
the Davie section. Auth- to act" 1 L ,_'_._n .
m of ought the letter stated. pi
it pilot a plane of her own even menus the students' would like 'I i N I
Gov-
received from !
Intion, was though she is 77.ANTIMOSQUITO. to have served In the college dining "After all, the people are inter-
no_ Sholtz!' to use relief funds hall a menu suggested by Norman ested In some results and less talk- 9 '
t lior tractors and to pay
fuel Ing.
buy CAMPAIGN B. Weston of Welton, Conn., won
the fire. There
,"? for fighting Pensacola-"A dead one today; first prize and the almost unani- t ,
rain In the Davie secn .
,been, no ;(
keeps a million away" was the< mous praise of all who sampled it MIAMI\ ENJOINED
for some time. winning slogan in the antimos- A co-ed, Miss Holly Lynip of Ber- Miami-Federal Judge Halsted The (
ra.e.o..ea, C.JN...,_, a.u...,.,
quito campaign, now being pushedby keley, Calif., submitted the sec L. Ritter enjoined the City of Miami ''
OLD BREWERY BACK the Kiwanls Club. The slogan ond-prize winning menu, while an- from accepting municipal this old maple tree near Pleton Ontario, Canada, )la tlmattd Tire -
Tampa- Legal difficulties that was submitted by Mrs. Halcott other young man, Brewter J. Dur- bonds In payment of delinquenttaxes. THAT more than 700 years of age' It has a circumference of 18 feet ij
ned the old Florida brewery Anderson, wife of the United I kee of Jacksonville, Fla., won the I A recently enacted charter at the bottom. Indians believed this tees t. have the power to grant One
n from being used for Its orlgpurpose States commissioner here. Mrs. I third prize. i amendment provided for the acceptance wishes and they ware accustomed to make their wlh** while holding 4 \,
with the return last a bit of the bark In their hand Afterward they would tuck the bark
Anderson was Joined by more than I I of bonds beginning Monday Into a crevice of the tr**. Soma yir ago the tree was struck by .........4...4 1
beer and wine
of legalized 200, In competition for the prize. : PLANE WRECKED The temporary restrainingorder lightning but effort are being made to save It. J r!
-re removed Saturday by a court I Daytona Beach-Robert Orrell, I the permanency of which --- "
t awarding title to the Tampa, : SWINNING SNAKE BITES licensed aviator, had a narrow es- will be argued at a hearing Friday, PURSUED I1Y HAD LUCK I covered it had toppled from Its Fri idairethe

orlda Brewery, Inc., and a $31-: Umatilla-Joe Vaughn, 15yearold cape from death last week, whena was brought by the Miami Refund- Fort Myers--.Phil Parchal, clay base and shattered on the floor.
9 mortgage on the property toE ; son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A plane In which he was taking off Ing Bondholders Committee, of modeler and sculptor of this city, .
Webb, Jr., of Tampa. i Vaughn of this city, was bitten bya from the beach south of the city which John S. Harris, Toledo, Ohio, Primary education Is compulsoryIn three a ll ''I
i seems to be pursued by a jinx, In year guar-
Is chairman.
I moccasin, while swimming in was sideswiped by a speding auto- Canada
BUND, KSTING FISH Lake Harris, last week. Other mobile. Orrell and three occupants connection with his v ,rk. His anted electric refrigerator -

Miami Blind fish that burst members of the swimming party of the automobile were uninjured. AIRPORT PROJECTSMiami reproduction of one of the ancient Meat Packing -- Faults, which
r ten pulled to the surface from rescued the lad and rushed him to The plane was wrecked. The plane I Twenty-five municipal Caloosa Indians who Innabited the evaporated almost completely last
elr habitat four miles down In a local hospital for medical atten was owned by Bill Myers, who and county airport projects are lower went coast before it was summer for this Industry, are ap- t
e Atlantic Ocean were among tlon. It is said to be very unsua years ago did circus flying with I I now underway in Florida A. B. Me- discovered by white men, was considered pearing again. 1
I range creatures .ptured by a for a snake to bite a person while' Charles Lindbergh, before the lat-[ Mullen of Tampa, state aviation unusually fine and was do- For sale bySmith's
,entitle expedition of the Woods I in the water. I ter had won fame as a transa-At-I engineer has announced. Aviation's nated to the Rollins College Art About 1,500,000: documents are r
sit, Mass., oceanographic Instl- I antic flier annual payroll in Florida Is now Museum While It was being trans- stamped In government offices In f; 4Th4 r

ion, docked here after a four TARPON TOURNAMENT I I approximately $3,000,000, he said. ported there, a sudden jolt reduced London every day.RKUIMTEll. -
jnttis cruise in Bahama waters. Sarasota More than a score of FINDS HIS HONEY McMullen was appointed aviation the huge clay figure to a heap of Service
Orlando-Jesse Hamilton found engineer recently. He works under clay and ancient bones. Later, the
anglers were ready to cast off as ,, l
r
, CAUSEWAY MATERIAL the seventh annual tarpon tourna- his "honey" while on.a fishing trip the state road department and in young artist started a small working NOW y dT F
. Tampa--Material for use in the ment opened at midnight Sunday. near here recently. Hamilton and addition to the consulting engi- model of a figure of Thomas A. FOR FISHING CONTEST
natructlon of the Tampa-Clear- A check revealed that more than companions were attracted to a neering services In county, and mu- Edison. The figure was completed -AtR'JFOUn Station
ter causeway is being unloaded hollow tree by the furious buzzingof will week l' :'
300 tarpon have been caught dur- nicipal airport projects, he supervise this and pronounced an COUNTY HARDWARE -
u week at Port Tampa, said a bunch of busy bees. When cut construction of emergency excellent likeness of the great Inventor COMPANY
ing the past week and contestants
ipt B. E. Davis, president of the in the tournament hope to better down, the tree fell into the lake and I landing fields along state high- but Parshal went to his Valuable 1'rizee: .. Offered/ Starke, Fla. d

11 be hauled, overhauled to the they had no sting left In them. The
$1,000 In tackle offered aP
dge bead and work will be be- fishing as fisherman carried home two hun- / 1'f
|ji with the arrival from New Or- the prize. dred pounds of the mellow nectar I ,
las of the tug Mlraflores and with the wild workers clinging to
edge Windham. LAKE WALES STOCKED It. ,
I Lake Wales-Fifteen thousand

ELECT \\OM\N MAYORS fingerling bass were planted in RAISES WAGE SCALE
Palatka Putnam county now Lake Wales during the last week Riviera The Apte Brothers d
two cities with woman mayors by representatives from the State Canning: Company reported last I nrr
f1. Belle Taggart was elected Fish Hatchery at Winter Haven, week it had given employeeshere ,
yor of Welaka, and Mrs. Eula at the request of Jack Welborn and a blanket wage increase of 0 I : /Ctii'041Y11tVltL(1lfi rt _
un recently was chosen to her L. A. Saunders. The fish were per cent In accordance with recom-
th term as mayor of Pamona. from four to six Inches long and mendations of President Rooseveltand -t ''3''

oman tax collector and a worn- were so well handled in their trip had increased its forces duringthe 1933 rti
Judge of the county court were here that but five were found deadIn past week. It also announced May 9. ;

ted out of the office last year. the cans, after the journey plans for operation of seven can-

ning plants this year In Florida, ,
BAN BOX ni' MARCHING USE AL.B.1I.STONE I Georgia, South Carolina and Dela I -

Winter Haven--FrlersonNlchols't Pensacola Hundreds of tons ware. : A great thing has occurred amongst us. We have made a complete + i _
t No. 8, American Legion, ex- of stone from the quarries about ,
ssed Itself by popular vote at Sylacauga, Ala., are entering into WANTED HIS MOTHER turn-around and at last America's face is toward the future. 4 t ti kN
meeting Wednesday night as the construction of the jetty at the Brooksville desire to see his A, '
backward. All of ,
ng "absolutely opposed to any local end of the Pensacola-Moblle mother, from whom he had been Three years---1929 to 1932---we Americans looked

the 142 members of the post Inland waterway. This stone, whichIs separated the past three years, led financial and political machinery was geared to pull us out of ,S ,
rticlpatmg in any way In "bonus brought here on flat cars and twelve-year-old Theron Hawkinsto our old

inches" on Washington, or any I gondolas, is loaded to barges leave his home near Plant City r the depression by the same door through which we entered. We

it simply a oase of going back the way we came. It failed. '
thought
SCHOOL DAYS .-- By DWIG
; '
We now realize that the way out is forward---through it. ,y ,,3 tilt's

Thanks for that belongs to President Roosevelt. InaugurationDay

he turned the Ship of State around. Having observed the failure c

of sincere efforts to haul us back the way we came he designed a new '

method---new political and financial maohinery---to pull us out t r
r6
.
J : -
/1 International
He is clearing
the way we are going---forward.

tfr'i ,,. Ll 1 1 ; : ylu obstacles out of the way ; he does not stand in awe of tariffs. The I'r,

Y t l r people begin to feel that he does not take advice from the interests TI y{
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And now we all look to what is coming ; we grow less and less'} I ?

concerned with what is behind. We are looking for a hand-hold on ,1

the haul rope. Every man wants to do what he can and all he can. s ir'e

The best thing 1 can do for the Country Is to create industryby

% I, s/t. I building good motor cars. If I knew anything better to do, I ,

V $ f? would do it. Industry must be my contribution. Motor cars must ;; /

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t Erroneous Reports are being spread by Jacksonville interests that our company is no longer selling Funeral Service Contract. The same concern has used

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to act as a medium for handlingand r Senatpr Olin G. Shivers, Chipley, County; the St. Mary's and other GREEN PROMOTES --
disbursing federal funds tc I as the Upper House turned In 31 FLORIDA PROJECTS
nearby units from a camp in the
counties, municipalities private I now bills, mostly local In nature STOP ATVIOLA'S
corporations, or individuals receiving to bring the total for the body tot northern part of Columbia County;I Continued from L
KA ( page )
,ocietJj loans from Federal source. I 683 for the session. the Liberty Unit from a camp in
ments are authorized by the bill,
would determine whether applications The bill by Senator Shivers the center of Liberty County and among* those definitely agreed upon
for such loans are within I would establish one place for the the Nassau and Duval "Units froma are the following: FOR
the of the Federal law. Expenses situated the
scope
'' t filling; of all prescriptions for nar- camp near county Pirates Cove Channel, in Sac-
Incurred by the board In line common to these two coun- Good
cotics which may be legally used artna Bay, Pirates Cove, and John- SandwichesAND
4-H Club Picnic Will Be Held making such investigations wouldbe ties. The In these four
men
1LI' Jointly by addicts< and does not affect, it camps son's Pass: Waterway from Titus-
t born by the agency applying for was said, the' filling of prescrip- will operate on approximately
ville, Florida, to the ocean by way
i ti For Bradford And Union At Kingsley the Federal allocation. The board tions for medicines of minor narcotic 450,000 acres of forest land In pre- of Mosquito Lagoon: New River
would In no way pledge or obligatethe t content. venting and controlling forest Inlet and Sound: Keaton Beach Ice Cold BeerOpposite
credit of the state for such pur fires. Fire-breaks will be be con-
Keaton Beach Har-
} Taylor County:
The annual 4-H Club picnic usually expected to attend and arrange- poses. Consideration of the Immediate structed, towers erected, telephonelines bor: Old Tampa Bay, from Port Sinclair Ser, Stall,
strung, and trails built to Improve -
t held separately In Union and ments have been made for a splendid construction of a canal "suitable Tampa to Bay View: Wakulla Riv-
The Florida the area's accessibility.In .
Senate Monday)' for the operation of self-propelled er: Canal from Waldo, into Lake
Bradford Counties by Mr. L. T. day for the club folks and their
resolution each there will be stationed -
adopted a calling fur a camp
and Miss Pearl friends. barges for the completion of the Alto and from Lake Alto to Little
Dyer, county agent, constitutional amendment approximately 200 men who
to per- Inland waterway from New Or- Santa Fe: Carrabelle, Crooked,
Jordan home demonstration A worked out
$ agent carefully program mit consolidation of counties have enlisted In the Civilian Con
will be held jointly this for will be observed throughout the leans to Columbus, Ga., or beyondto Ocklocknee Rivers, and Ockloc-
year The vote was 31 to 5. The reso- servation Corps. The camp activity RITZ THEATRE
Atlanta as the case may be, konee Bay: Crooked Channel, Apalachicola !
,
both counties, next Friday May 28. day including swimming, games lution now goes to the House and will be supervised by the
A splendid place for the picnic talks on club work, spread lunch, If approved there'will be submit- would he requested of the Federal army. The Florida Forest Service Bay. STARKE, FLORIDA
Government under the terms of a He hopes to also include In the
has been secured Lake and more swimming in afternoon. I
on Kingsley ,
ted to the electorate at the general will plan and administer the woods
known the Cascade All club members and their House concurrent resolution adopted bill survey's for the Sanford-St.
as Plunge, own- par- election next year. Similar work. All men who are employedby
ed by the Bradford County Bank, ents and friends are invited to at- proposals are pending in the House. by the House, .Monday morning. the Florida Forest Service for !Johns River improvement and sev- PROGRAM BEG. 1\1\,' 19111

and given for this purpose by Mr. tend. Be there early, stay for the The proposed amendment would this purpose will be selected from eral other new projects.

H. H, Ellerbee, liquidating agent, whole day, and enjoy the many authorize the legislature to merge FOUR FOREST CAMPS men who have had previous experIence -

Jacksonville. Thanks to him for good things on program.. Everyone two or more counties abolishing FOR THIS STATE in forestry work, in loggingand Congressman Green recently FRI.-SAT., MAY 19-20
a ? his generosity and for his Interest lunch and county offices where necessary to turpentine camps, construc- presented to the House of Rep- "FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE"!;
; in the 4-H Club work. is asked to bring effect efficiency and economy It (Continued from page 1.) tion jobs, or surveying. All men resentatives Senate Concurrent ft,,. TIM: McCOV
There are ample facilities to ac- bathing suit. 'There will. be no a majority of the qualified votersIn with him at Asheville, along with who are employed In a supervisory Resolution Number 12 and House Also
>, ; commodate the large crowd that Is charge each county affected approved the other State foresters in the capacity must be approved by the Concurrent Resolution Number 8
Southeast, concerning the administration Jungle Rytlun and u !Sniiphhotj;
such consolidation. United States Forest Service as to of the Florida Legislature. The

Y W. M. U. MEET MONDAY loans from the present 42 per cent The Senate passed, 18 to 16, a of these camps which will qualifications.Seven Former urges the completion of the
to 24 per cent a year. bill reducing some 60 per cent the be supervised In Florida by the 200-man camps have now Gulf Coast Highway and the latter
'+" I The regular business and pro- Much opposition developed and fees charged by circuit court Florida Forest Service. Mr. Ba been authorized in Florida; three urges adequate national defense. MON.-TCES., MAY 23-23
gram meeting of the Baptist W the most of one afternoon session clerks, sheriffs and constables and ker has stated that the Ashevllle have already been located on the U "THE WOMAN ACCUSED";:;

:M. U. will be held at the church was given to consideration of this reducing mileage charges allowed meeting will take place on Thursday national forests in the State. TIME OF PROGRAM NANCY CARROLL, ('\RY

4t Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. measure. Those favoring the pre these officials from 12 1-2 to 10) May 18,so that recommendations Florida's quota of men enrolled in CHANGED AT THEATRE GRANT JOHN IIALLU>.\\'
1-u Circle No. 2 will have charge of ent law contended that; 42 per cent, cents a mile within the state. for additional camps will be the Civilian Conservation Corps is Also
f i ; the program. All members and or as the Interest Is applied threeand in W Washington,by May 25. 3,000, so It is more than likely that Effective Monday, May 22, the
friends are urged to attend. one-half per cent a the Reforestation camps will be authorized more camps' will be authorized.' Ritz Theatre announces that night PARAMOUNT NEWS
Passage of bill to virtually -
repeal by the United States For-
and reasonable And
was just ; month'l
shows will at 8:15
fis1, all of the 1929 acts begin p. m.
settingup
i est Service only if there' Is definiteassurance
claimed It to be
y, LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS I ponents for foreclosure BAPTIST Be early! Betty Boops tipsy Downs
machinery on)
that the forestry work
and insisted that this burden be
Holders of tax certifIcates Box-office opens at 8:00 p. m.
property by will be continued after the
lifted from the back of Florida camps
t .I (Continued from page 1.) adoption of the House con-, have been discontinued. Services Sunday, May 21, as follows The first ten ladies accompaniedby
between wage earners,whom It was claimed WED.-TIIURS., MAY 2&
p.+ million dollar difference current resolution : an escort will be admitted free. -23
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proposing constitutional have been
Arrangements
com-
were the principal patrons of such .
I 4 ; the administration budget commission the Senate loan concerns.A amendment to exempt pleted for the selection of camp 10 a. m. Sunday schooL r, "NO MORE ORCHIDS-
and
recommendations
homesteads from taxation up to a.1 sites which will be located so that 11 a. m. morning worship, sermon REGISTER NOW CAROLE LOMBAUDE
bill with a general scaling value of $5,000 and disposition of the Civilian Conservation Corps by Rev. J, J. Johnson regular, FOR FISHING CONTEST LYLE TALBOT
down of salaries and expenses all I' bill was Introduced concur- several other Important measures I workers will,be close to the area supply pastor. Subject, "The -AtBRADFORD -
along the line of an of rently In the House and Senate to Also
average rounded out a full day of labor In where the work is conducted. The Abundant Entrance Into the KIng-
about ten cent. Otherwise creat a State to be called COUNTY HARDWARE FLOP HOUSE
per agency the: Senate of the Florida Legislature Destin and Griswold Protective dom of God."
Senator Hodges pointed. out, 'The the Florida Agricultural and In- COMPANY
A Good Cartoon
: Tuesday. Unites will be worked out of a Evening "The
increase to. the budget bill would dustrial Relief Board. The pur- worship subject, Valuable Prizes Offered
of the two bills
A Passage
dealing camp in the western part of Bay Eighth Chapter of Romans."
3iave necessarily been much larger.The pose of this board would be to rep- with taxation, members of the Sen
:Cut In the bill over appropriations resent the State of Florida or any ate said this afternoon will result

r ; bill of two years ago Is an of its political sub-divisions in all eventually in sales tax legislation,
(approximate reduction of 28 percent transactions'and negotiations with probably at the 1035 session. of the 1- i ij

and yet carries If finally any Federal agency or department Legislature, In event the homestead
;passed, all of the major activities requiring the coopeartlon of the exemption amendment is added to
fit the state with enough money to state, or state agencies to effect the constitution.A .
function on." their purpose.
The roads
1 Specific reference Is made to the measure to set up a State dis- open
After extended debate the Small Reconstruction Finance Corporation pensary of county dispensaries for
Loan Act Introduced by Representative the farm relief act, the pub- the sale o fllquor and for distribution -
'i Brannon, Walton, passed the' lic works act, reforestation act, of substances of dangerous
Mouse by a vote of 43 to 38. the subsistence homestead act and narcotic or alcoholic content, was
'The bill would provide for a reduction -I the unemployment relief act. .Introduced in the Senate of the

in Interest charges on small This board would be authorized I Florida. Legislature Monday by I
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; Individual Coloring of Sldn Determines the I, -'.," <:' ..'."'i i ;-.> Suppose you came suddenly upon two roads. One I I 'I''I'I ','


I.JI'.t ." Shades of Powders a Woman May Wisely Select t'._- ':: straight, well-trodden the other thing and twisting off I

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NewCombinationsProvide Right Tints for Both :.. "v ;; ,!o in particular, you might choose the latter. But nototherwise. f !

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Day and Night. ,",,::;.t':: ..' _
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r'' Consultant, National Beauty institute l :- --: : ',<:

Although mit' has been said and ,.\-,f" ,,!II .

i 1 vrltten powders about the In Importance shades that of are seeding _: ,-V Before you, as buyer, run two roads. One is the road of

I g lecoming to the Individual coloring; .

of the skin, the knowledge of an advertised product. Thousands use it.
task Is not '.

renlly cult as its It llin-may .'.- .:?: There's no mystery about it, no doubting, nothing hidden.

seem. Talk ,'"

MI with theatrical ::. It leads the definitely to a fountain floor
;N producers, way pen, a' :wax,
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beauty authorities .
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h artists, or portrait about :. .1. : a tooth-paste that will give you satisfaction. When you

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types of com '"
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plexioncoloring and I .-j... '- ". : use an advertisement, you use an open road. I
what e-,
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do they say? I .,,
V-Vivaudou.vomen The majority

q n t of Americans ,"j ., ,. : j : When don't advertisements the doubtful II
they tell you, fall Into three you use you go I.
( ;roups when it conies to skin color-
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i UK trader: Fair"Fair", Medium come, and all Brunette.girls and :.:. road. You have only hazy knowledge of the product II

women with light blond (natural) "

phi talr-the Nordic type. I have seen )= a,. ahead. No trademark or name to depend upon guides
w i $ : Kalian women with very fair skins, ."A. t' ,
f "
e ut they are the and
exception usu-
tlljr'come from the northern raonneln ':' ;' '.v \' you. The result may or may not be worth the effort. You :

districts that were Invaded : ; .
q centuries ago by the blonde Goths. rx "a don't know.

y 't The "Medium" group Is more complicated .... I J
You can't say you aremedium" V t
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Just because you have Bttt Davis Knows Just Exactly the Shade in Powder '. .
frown or medium-colored hair Thai Art Most Becoming to Her 1 n
j dany light-haired women should be :: Read the advertisements. Anything; widely advertised I

!lassed as "medium"" because they I "1

Tart skins with a decidedly warm, shades, then la not so difficult is It as Important as for day wear, bl '. ,. -'I-.1; : ; .1
r most tan cast Auburn-haired might at first appear. Day and today Jour et Nult combination -breakfast food, hammer, hair tonic-has proven itself

;r women as a rule, hare' medium night powder combinations known can be obtained that provide' Jui
,iklns, yet many "red-heads" hare' as Jour et Null, come In three the right tints for both day aaeight. good by advertising.
lOch pale, light skins that they are shades-that II, three shades for day )\ .
lasslfled as "fair." wear and three shades for night If yon are In any doubt about tl M qF
1 In the "Brunette" classification wear. If you are "fair" your package classification into which you fall I a
'tome all dark-skinned women da-. of day and night powder will regards coloring, one visit to a Or ADVERTISEMENTS PUT YOU ON THE

l'' N spite the tact that their hair might give: you just the right: shade for class beauty specialist will answt .
qi lot be really black or brunette. day wear and the corresponding your problem; but once you bat L:: \ 1 OPEN ROAD TO SATISFACTION
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under the established lour complexion U
e, Uany women with medium brown shade for use bright:
lair (especially those with brown lights of the evening.' powder problem. like the rout
4 9 ryes) will appear far better with Thor early experiments with night problem, has been solved' and ya .
Brunette powder than with medium powders did not take Into consideration will need no "expert" advice In s -
ihadea. the tact that different letting your powders providing y.

Stout Unit! In selecting!: the proper I shades for evening' wear were Just use the better Crudes. ...... .


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., Miss Mae Peek,, Mr. Long returned per cent as proposed !in the bill Have gotten under way In the coun- A small dish of charcoal placedin After a man has made a million ;
the same day while Mrs. Long sponsored by the Florida School I ty this week has been postponed.An the corner in the refrigeratorwill \dollars he is generally chained to -
remained for a several days visit. Revenue Association. This would unexpected: rise in the pricesof absorb all odors. The charcoal the galleys. He has to make another f i ro :.
Bits of produce a definite 'dependablesource beans and potatoes has caused should be renewed' every two or million- .and another.

Miss Daisy Tompkins of revenue, spread equitablyon growers to market these vegetables three weeks. r .
ed eleven of her entert8ln-1 all who reside within the state Instead of donating them to the relief The Suez Canal. is 00 miles long.
! house party laat!; \ either permanently or seasonally. committee. -_.,- ------- -
Curtain shelves containing canned
IDeal NeWg c Cottage Kingsley Lake. Mr. and I Through this method property The canning will likely proceed fruits in glasses, to prevent
Mrs D. W. Smiley of Jacltsonvllla I would be relieved of'\ large part of when marketing time Is over. the fruit fading in the light. I ; ni
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acted as chaperons. its present tax burden and the .---

Our P.ople Business and state would find itself on a "payas WARRANT FOR KITE -
Concerning Mrs. J. M. Morqus and children, II you go" basis." Painted glass' jars and bottles of

Progress of the County and Town.fc&FSSSS' who have been visiting at the homeof "Should the present session of A warrant has been issued for attractive shapes make excellent i .
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Well left legislature adjourn without squarely the arrest of Solomon Kite charg- flower vases or lamp bases. Fora +le sr P i rJ

Wednesday for Jacksonville, where !I' facing the school situation the e ing that he stole gasoline from nu- highly glazed effect to show it t tr
o 5Z5 J they will spend a while before returning governor may find himself in the tomoblles owned by T. D Ricken- pleasing reflections, paint them on

was **- Miss Mary Canova of the F. B. to their home in Arcadia. position Mr. Bowes concluded "of baker and C. D. Shank Friday i the Inside only.

W. C., at Tallahassee, spent the being forced to call a special session night of last week. NAT ,SEl
mf in week-end with her mother, Mrs. Attending the Methodist district', In the fall with a sales tax as Kite who recently completed a Children tire of playthings which :
Brine was E. E. Canova.Mr. conference last Friday In Jacksonville the only possible avenue of revenue term of several years In the State are always before them. Try storing -
)Mr. week-end. were: Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. for schools." penitentiary, was assisted by a some of the toys now and Every night when I go to bed I
here this E. K. Perryman, Rev. and Mrs brother and two other thank stars that + ,
tlllg and Mrs. L. Wyman and younger bringing'them out when their own my the male portion I;
was a visitor daughter, Ruth of Lake City spent W F. Jones, W. P. Smith Mrs. L. Mrs. Eugene Griffin of Jacksonville young boys.ACCIDENT. era,,'begin to complain of having of our town copies It's clothes 1;
.Fate Matthews Monday. the week-end at their cottage at A. Davis Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. is the guest of Mrs. E. L. nothing to do on rainy days. after the Princeof
: Alachua NEAR WALDO
from Kingsley Lake. Biggs. Wales Instead
Felton Varnadoe. of MahatmR
) ,. j m"ca9klns was Friday.a visitor Mrs. W. O. Duval cf Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Paige Jr., BIRTH Injured In an automobile accident Renew faded grass rugs by applying lt3 Gandhi I can ,
)1"/ mea Lawtey last t Mr. and Mrs. J. early Sunday afternoon near dye to both sides with a "
! /ro Ga., and Mrs. C. E. Harper of and son, Billy of Jacksonville I B. hell, Lawtey. think of noth a ,
; of Lake e Hampton were guests of friends in Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little daughter -! girl. May 11. Waldo, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Thomasof paint brush. sti" ing worse for !!
)!lr. Joe H>11 Williams here. Starke Tuesday.Mr of Wildwood are guests at the St. Petersburg, were admitted my b u at ness ,; ,
tier.waIL recent visitor home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. METHODIST to St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville anIt sheets y i
Struth. ---- at 3:30:; o'clock. Mrs. Thomasis E
should 't ;
and Mrs. J. H. Gill and I suddenly
G Alderman! of Melrose was Jackie Joe :Mu denof Jacksonville,, Sunday school day will be observed suffering from a broken arm. I Leave Your Orderat become stylish. r I
last week. '
sldess '""i4tor here spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.D. Come one! Come all! To Horner's at 11 o'clock. Please come Her husband suffered cuts and 1 Of course I sell ,' ;
Hall and see how well the children and bruises. sheets toobut
r T ,_. Proctor of Lake But A. Montieth.DI On main street at Andrew's adults can do. Program Is a fine Details of the accident were' theSpotlIght + their place la on y>>+ ,,; *

;:was, a visitor to Starke Satur- Store. one-don't miss It. vague but it was understood that I the bed not on ,
-I have several real You'll buy some pies and then the cur overturned on the high. the back t
y. diamond barglns, unredeemed you'll buy DOLLY: LAMBINS way. The couple were enroute to' ;

j, ;3. McKinney, Jr., of Gra- pledges. Can be seen at Wall's of Oome/ cakes and want some more Charleston, W Va., their former There arM two ,aides| | to eery ,,1+ ('
one) day last fice. Jos. E. Wilson Miss Dolly Lamb was the winnerof home. d
Starke this sale
ao, was in On Saturday at three <|U.*Htlon, and this shirt rontuitin t
eek. -- will be, the five silver dollars offered for S i him its ndviuttuicPB. Your wife v "r, Via

_. Mr. and Mrs W. P. Hurst Mr, May 20th three days from today. the beat title for the American A good man Is the best friend I nin't K<> through your pocket lit i .i ,'
Walter Alvarez of Jackson and Mrs. L. H. Dyer of Jacksonville 'The ladies of the Presbyterian Legion play of last Friday night. and therefore soonest to be chosen. ,, th. wee Hiiiiill hours for the simple hf
visiting relatives in Starke were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Church will The winning title was "The Pow i '' ,
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,Ue,, I Is agree Jeremy Taylor. for r"IIImll that their ain't uny packets'
bit week. Roy Edwards Friday. I, For such "Goodies" you'll be, er that Failed.. Rlllht now Him wouldn't find airy.thing '
A. n' pleased to pay. --S Those who know do not speak; i anyhow, but lots of them ? t '

Judge and Mrs. Z. Adkinspent Supt. L. F. Chapman of the Ie WILL CONFER DEGREE those who speak do not know. like to keep In priwtlce.Hut ai f 7 '
Thursday and Friday In Talliassee. Florida State Prison Farm was i a .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall with Chinese Proverb. 3.2 BEERDELIVERED ? ;'t

guest of the Business Men's Club ;Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the, The Lawtey Masonic Lodge will I Il' if you are about to become :' ';
at its Monday luncheon. State Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. R.' confer the Master Degree at their The devil never tempted a man radical and go in for this nature
lIra.AW Redgrave left Sat N. Hill of Jacksonville spent the hall Friday evening. May 19, at 8 whom he found judiciously employ stuff just picture Gandhi with a "

,relay for Petersburg. Va., to visit Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned Mon week-end in St. Petersburg with o'clock. All Master Masons are ed.-Spurgeon. i sheet on and a straw hat and I .Y

elatives. day from Tampa where she spent Mrs. Wall's parents Mr. and Mrs.C. Invited to attend.TEACHERS' ICECOLD know you will change your mind

the week-end with her parents, Mr '.I .,T. Dutton.Mr. A foolish man thinks all 1 are l' and let me fix you up with a coat \\
Mn. H. L Brownlee spent sev- and Mrs. A. C. Durden. EXAMINATION friendly who meet him with smiles. i and the conventional two pairs of p' ,
:11:r l days la Jacksonville the first and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent -' Elder Edds. pants. Of course you don't haveto 5+'

[t the week. Mrs. R. L; McDowell of Jacksonville the weekend In Fernandlna with Persons desiring 'to take teach wear both pair of pants at the 4 s

who frequently visits her, Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. Mary A. ers' examination are requested I to Like other trees, there is usual- I same time- .the extra pair you

Miss Martha Brownlee la visit- parents, Mr. and Mrs..John Uglow,, Davis. They were accompaniedhome report at Bradford County High ly something shady about be fam- to I IKINGSLEY keep in In reserve In case you snag
U her cousin Miss :Mary BrownIn recently moved to 98, S. C. by Misses Elizabeth and School, Thursday June 1, at eight ily tree. II I one pair going over a barb wire ', '
In DeLand. Kathryn Hardee, who will spend oclock Pen and paper and callh fence or something. r ;
Mitchell sometime with them. for fee are required.' O'liberty, how many crimes are LAKE 1 1I h
Mrs. J. M. i
State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Mr. and 2t. A. J. Griffis, Supt. commltteed in thy name-Madame! And now buck to the'! tihretn., ,
trews in Jackson- :spent Tuesday and Wednesday In mate we (' ; ;
were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Durden Roland. while our prpwiit supply
[lie Wednesday. Jacksonville where Mr. Mitchell and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. PLUNOE BURNS have Druid 81x00 at ODe and ShOO ,
underwent a tonsil operation. CASCADE I for 70c these cannot last, r'c' ; n
Durden and Miss Hilda Durden ofMonticello Colorado is over a mile high. ; prices
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. D. A. spent Sunday at thn Cascade Plunge, large dance pa. ilrln, have! you tried a pair of our ; ;I;; ;$i '
tontleth were visitors in Gaines Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova'andson home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. burned. Jordan or Aluimlnirwear aborts?/ i +i,. y

bile Wednesday. and, Paul Miss III Martha, Miss Bunnie Powell Canova spent Mrs. Herbert Durden and daughter villon down Monday on Kingsley night lake from, fire can r--- REGISTER NOW Better Price on They only coat ago and do they IItT/ r 11 R i ; P.:

Beach. remained for a longer visit. undetermined origin. FOR FISHING CONTESTAt I'll stay they do. r ,t
at Jacksonville
Mrs T. J. Griffin Tommie and Sunday owned by the, eel
The building was ,
; T.Ritch were visitors in Jack- Among those moving to Kings- Bradford Bank whose liq, HARDWARE 1 t ; t
BRADFORD COUNTY
Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. County Case NAT STERNBERGStarke rc ;
nvllle Tuesday. returned Monday from ley Lake this week for the sum- uidatlng office announced thia wee : COMPANY '
Carpenter are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wil- \ ,r
JH. S. Harvey spent Sunday in Baconton Ga., where they Jackson.visited' son mer, ).,Ir.:and Mrs. H. C. Wall Mr. that the structure no Insurance *.Vas-... carried 011 I I Valuable Prizes Offered i ._. ._. _. I Florida ;tl t-. .......
Mrs! W.
t1&ha see with his mother,"Mrs. their'mother; and :Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mr, and _.
L B. Harvey. Mrs. B. Jacobs and family, Mr. and ---SMRItIAGE-LICENSESThe -- __ ___..on ._ _...__' .__. ,._ .._ h" _- _
had -- --- -- -- --- --- -- ---
Mrs. W. G. Haile
Mr. and Mrs. S T. Dell and family, Mrs. ,
Mrs. J. r>. Doyle Mrs. Fay.,Gild as guests this week Mr. and Mrs D. C. Jones and Miss Elise Jonesof following marriage license
of Lake City, and Mr.
Lelfeld
Ted La
1 Miss Clarice Gill spent Satur- Gainesville. were Issued! this week by Count)'
W. C. Pennington of Jacksonville
lij la Jacksonville. Judge E. K. Perryman:
William D. Garnto and Easl,
lira. W C Miller and Mrs. A. Harley Mr. and Mrs F. A. Canova and (o'LOIUD.1'ItOnCTS: Leona Goodaon.
Anne, of Gainesville !MUST BE BOOSTED
Mary
daughter .
of Wilmington Del., were Sunday with Mr. Ca- R. J. Wells and Mary E. Wetget' T1pT0p Grocery
Citing here this week. spent .
nova's mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova (Continued from page 1.) '
and Cat l 't
and its R. L. Reddish Margaret t
prosperity to the State people
Mrs. R. F Merritt of the western mtchael.
Mrs. Robert Tanner and sons and whereas, the fulfillment of
art cf the county was visitingere .
Tuesday morning. Bobby and Edward, of Baldwin, this promise rests in the changingof CANNING POSTPONED
with MrsTanner's natural from
week these resources
are spending a The canning project that was I t(

Pole Miss Townsend Caroline Duncan of Lake and Butler Miss, ell. mother, Mrs. Laura Pow products their existing and, whereas state Into, In turn salable the .. STARKE, FLA., MAY 19TH AND 20TH ,;

salable products may be reduced to
ere recent visitors here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis Mrs tangible wealth and prosperity only \
Edward Wolf and Jean Davis by passage through a market and BEERDelivered ClearbrookButterIk20c ;
Mr. c. II Grant of St. -
Augusne the of ;; ;,_ 9
Sunday in Archer with Mrs.Davis' whereas, it is within power >
spent
,
of .
spent Friday at the home
mother, Mrs. Emma Anderson. the State and its citizens to turn
[*. and Mrs O. L. Haynes the natural resources into market- anywherein Old Irish Potatoes 10 Ibs.I5c :

able products by means of a manu town $[
Mrs. T J. Griffin and daughter thereafterto
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and facturing industry and ellonfe f i
Irs. E. M. Johns spent Wednes- An convert the manufactured products i *a.
children, Mr. and Mrs. George
[morning In Gainesville derson spent Sunday In Archer Into wealth and prosperity by Phone 83LOUIE'S eau" New \White Potatoes 10 Ibs --10c l

with their mother, Mrs. Emma An. means of a market which may be i OUAIITI ,
Mrs. J. C Poppell of Plant City derson. created by the State and Its pea SERVICE

a visitor at the home of her y. '. !ipje." STATION
ther.ln-law. The Department of the State Cheese ... .. 15c
Mr. J. H. Poppell. Mrs. P. E. Canova, Mrs. George pound -
Flynn Miss Mina Manassa and government would be specifically ;

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank ole Miss Bunnie Canova motored to requested to purchase and use i ft

City were week-end guests Jacksonville Wednesday and spent Florida products, "where the same ...-, ,: '._ .. ', "_:. :",; : --_ _-:-. -J&. .. I I fr'r e ,,
' be purchased at prices comparable Macaroni 3 l lOc
her mother, Mrs. Lillie Lewis. the day. can Pound-----25c pkgs. > .
_. to those of products of i
and States and where other factors IS 'L
lihe Lois Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto other THIS
and
Burette Colley Colley of ,Winter Priscilla Haven,, daughters Edna, Carrie and Gar- are equal" one section of the : r ht
Sc
*y.tat t Sunday with Mrs. W. A. Col- nlta shopping were and in Jacksonville also visiting Saturday Mrs. B resolution,SCHOOLS stipulates.REQUIRE.: NATION WIDE I FLOUR Milk, tall can r r r r r r ; I't, 1,'

.
I Mr -and Mrs. Boyer and son olWknoovuie Crenshaw.Mr. S PElt CENT' TAX GntsorMeal.10lbs.19c i

are visiting Mrs.'yens .. Mrs LeRoy and Mrs.Roane M.and E, (Continued-from page 1.) NESCOVEEI\ { I 24Jbs.u65c
Jr.
'' ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C., son, LeRoy. bttlona, has devoted much of his I .
:
the ,
asning!- Edwards week-end of with Jacksonville Judge and; spent Mrs. A, development time and substantial of school funds work in to this the Salt, 2 packages f for 5c f zj ,

Charles Fields of the U. S. Navy, Z. Adkins. state. See Our Windowfor

spending: his thirty day leave "Schools throughout the state"Mr.

''th his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.fields. .'Is Mrs.visiting C W.relatives Morgan: of and Ft. friends Pierce,, Bowes declared "will be un- Best White Tomatoes 4 cans 25c

Mrs able to operate for more than a :
her marriage I '
here. Before the session ip4
months should present
few
Shirley and Francis Colley of Morgan was Miss Jessie Thomasof of legislature concur with BACON Ik 9c
"Pton, this city. hold Pork & Beans 6 25cI
. spent the week-end with Governor Sholtz's proposal to cans -
eir" : !
grandparents, Mr,' and Mrs. Julian, state funds for education down to ] ,
Oil Stove
Display
F. Colley Mr. A. J. Griffis and son, $5,000,000." ,

'ite" .-T, J. Guy and daughter vatt with Messrs and Jim L.visitors Rosier H. Hill in of, Carl Tallahassee Lawtey Pre-, fy"Even;the governor's should the proposal legislature of rati-$::5- I Li, LAPJ,4bs,2ScRICE,51bs.) Ginger Ale, 3 bottles - 25c

IIof Crescent City, wereWednesday were business 000,000 for schools we have no as- I
eats Tuesday.Mrs. amount wtlJ.be real-
of :Mr and Mrs. surance that

J. Griffin- J. J. Canova and son, John ized for no definite source of this in- / pound Tuna Fish1Sc t tI

?,1ft.. Mae Willis and Mrs. N. D. Julian Jr., left this week for a,, purpose.come has been designated for Come In For A I 15c can
Inn Canova's parents -
with Mrs.
of visit solution to
rV Arrendonda are visiting "There Is only one .
w. H. Green and :Mrs. Free- Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Linder of this muddle" Mr. Bowes added DemonstrationBradford I 15cLargest
an Register. Hartwell, Ga. "and that is a sales tax of three I Quart Pickles ;

Mrs. G. H. Meadle and Mrs. C. TOTICH OK .;... (.TIO..

ENT A H. Nasworthy spent several law By power of the seated Slat. In of them Florida by the the Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c

WORD days In Island Brunswick this week, Ga.with, and relatives St. Bradford Hoard of County Public, Florida.Iu. ructlon hereby. .of. County Can Pineapple- -15c r td ,
Simons call an election l to be held) In Hp .
COLUMN and friends. clul Tex School Dlat. No. It at New tt i
River, Florida, June IX.h:3't::: for thepurpu.e
BRAN GRAPE NUTFLAKES
of eUctlnr t Co. POST TOASTIES POST
Hardware :
W. M. I
Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. and dctermlnln the amount of mill. i'
RENT-5 ed. room cottage fur- Edwards. Miss Cleo Shepard Mis?\agto b*.*......<1 for the .n.ulntwo I I CORN FLAKES FLAKESPackage a ,
,).3 Conve iently located. 5- Belle Shepard and Miss Los y.an.For the of hoMina oldelection !
t Lena purpo.
motored to Jacksonville the following ar. appointE. ,I 8c 2 15c r 'a ,
Ise Edwards Starke Fla. 3 pkgs. r r 20c r r. pkgs.l fit f
''ONDS."I ave several real Wednesday And spent the day. E.: A. Sapp. O. W. Andrew, C.. Cwynn 1 J 'f a !
tlatnond and Millard ;
JW'l"Nf.k.
Pledge barg..irtg unredeemedCan and T T. Long w, C. { .. -- __ -__- -_ --_ -
: IBeen: at Wall's Mrs. F. H. Long A. J. ORIF"!!!. Chairman. I j -
i-U.U..t -
Cl Ie. in Jacksonville) with Secretary wL'
Jos. E. Wilson. spent Tuesday -
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Ii SIX _ _ __ BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAPH 8TABKE. FLORIDA __FRIDAY. !\L\y %0. i.T !. _
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decay will quickly set in and much The hollvhock u ft
natty
I damage will be done. Mr. Ensign's China Ii

SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS test plots experienced Just that in -

r- LAST LAP ON STRAWBERRIESPlant I < March 1932. The statue of Sleeping

In the experiments, pruning was In the Vatican, Italy, Art a dn
SECTION '8 111,
FARMERS
I Bf ANN FACE done to get the effects of freezingat marble figure in the IVQr ct i'
\!, oj wit
the proper time Former experiments eyelashes.

( City Enterprise) lected for All berrIes LEISURELY: Sunday Dinner II have shown that a freeze
Conducted by Demonstration Agents preserving. A ..
American tradition. Every
an acts knife on
merely as a pruning
should be sorted and
Great quantities of strawberries carefully
on* la the family looks forward M them the
will be available at very reasonable lightly washed by placing in a colander something special 'or dinner on Sun plants. pruning from Say it with Flowers

,-...,...".".,.......... prices for a short time at the and pouring water over diy (just is they epeot beans ea. leaves that are frozen. ..-
close of the shipping season. It be- them rather than putting them intoa Saturday night). -e-
Thla week It will be easy for the EGG RECORDS I'LACE
INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE hooves all of us to make the most pan of water. family shopper to Ret a variety of FLORIDA CONTEST WITH Flowers For All
SHOULD COOPERATE FOR of this delicious berry v;|jlle it Recipe No. I foods at low Doit.
IIINTS TO HOUSEWIVES: BEST IN THE COUNTRY
p ; P BEST INTERESTS OF BOTH lasts Especially fancy pack but not Abundant fresh vegetables In the OccasionsGERTRUDE
J
., 11'- Demonstrations during: the past as economical as recipe No. 2 sincea market Include greed bean, new potatoes .. .
t Home Fla. An of _.
Weekly Dearanstrav| lettuce and greens. Orangesand Chipley, average --
two or three weeks at the Home considerable: amount of extra syrup -
(By Spuds Johnson) tion Specialist, Tallahassee.. Florida grape'nlt are reasonably 134 eggs per bird during the last
Is be
Demonstration Kitchen here Included usually left over to can-
I An era of better human relationships I I'I prloed.Rlut. seven months places the Florida GODBEY
with agriculture and Industry the following: ned reparately. The following pro- beet or lamb are very goad National Contest here
Egg Laying
working together as a team,, Strawberry Sauce portion Is recommended: 2 ibs. of moat choIces for the week-end. ANDERSONPhone
with the load equally divided between PROPER iRONiNG HEAT 2 (|Ita berried-2 cup sugar/ : whole berries 2 lbs. of sugar 1 One of these three Sunday Dinner among the best In the country so 39
That is 17 Waldo
far this
Menus, the Maid
planned by Quaker year. average Ha
recent Wash carefully and cap. Do not I pint of berry Juice.
them was proposed
Kitchen should fit most pocket- made here
better than
any
was
1 j : ly by Secretary of Agriculture Just as one temperature will melta allow berries to stand in the water I If the best posslblle color and book. eggs ------
last and 8 ahead of the
''i Wallace, in speaking before the wax candle, a higher temperature when preparing them. Cut berrIes flavor is to be secured for the fin- year, eggs
United States Chamber of Com will melt lead or reduce steelto In small pieces. Add sugar and ished product the syrup for preserved Low Cost Dinner average in any of the previous six
Lamb Stew with Spring Vegetables contests, reports E. F. Stanton, su OVIR WOlkl
merce. The Secretary declared liquid form, so a certain heat let them stand until dissolved then berries shouH be made of :..
,. Boiled Potato..sBrlact
: that he had no sympathy with attempts in a flat-Iron will destroy one fabric bring very slowly to. boiling pointIn berry Juice, obtained by crushing, and Butter pervisor. NERVESVUP
The 520 birds turnedIn
to set class against class- and leave another fabric unharmed a covered kettle. Let stand heating and straining the softer Apple Sauce Cake competing
Each of these materlaln broken the Tea or Code Milk a lay of 66.7 percent during
: farmers against anybody else or covered a few hours. Reheat again berries. Boil together
anyone else against farmers. "It has a different critical heat point. and stand second time preferably berry Juice and the sugar and skim Medium Cost Dinner April and everything points to
Rayon fibre and other synthetic and cool the before Roast Chuck of Beef Onions them finishing the contest the last
is not only justice, but intelligent over night. Bring again to boiling syrup droppingthe with
'
self-interest to restore reasonable goods have critical heat points different point. Pack at once in hot sterile berries into it, to prevent shriv Turnip or Mustard Greens of September with a fine record.

purchasing power to agriculture," from cotton. Cotton Is different jars and seal. If jars and tops elling and toughening the fruit. Return New Dill Potatoes Pickle Continued high production dur-
from wool; different fabrics to the and ing the month allowed the pen
he declared. are boiling hot and strawberries fire bring slowlyto Corn Sticks Butter
: vary in their ability to withstand boiling when placed in jars, no fur- a boll In covered pan. Remove Jellied Fresh Fruit owned by W. A. Seldei San Antonio -
"The last three have been
years heat. It stands to reason that a ther processing is necessary.We the cover and cook until the fruit Tea or Coffee Milk I Texas, to maintain the lead
long but at least they have
years of the entire contest. The 10 birds
rayon garment requires a much urge the canning of straw looks clear, being very careful not Very Special Dinner
had the value of showing us the defects
lower heat than cotton and cotton to should have a total of 1,664 eggs and 1,700
social berries, using a minimum amountof over-cook. The berries remain Chilled Tomato Juice or Shrimp
In our economic and
lower than linen. Using an ordi- sugar rather than so many pre- whole. If a thermometer Is Cocktail points to their credit. In second
machinery. Now I wonder whether nary electric iron without any heat serves, where the maximum used the cooking may be finishedat Curly Celery Olives place i Is an entry owned by Gulf klst

i we are ready to profit by our cxe control or using one heat for all amount of sugar is used. Many 222 degrees F., or 105: degrees, Southern Fried Chicken Poultry Farm. Ocean Springs '

? perience. kinds of fabrics is wrong just as prefer proportion of only 1-2 cup centigrade. Skim and cook In a Hominy Green and Bacon Beans Fritters Miss., and the next three best en-
"From the old era of the heedless wrong as using the heat to tries are owned by Florida poul-
same sugar to one quart of berries and covered pan. If berry preserves are Hot Rolls Butter
I expansionist and the rugged melt lead that would be used to this proportion gives a very desir- covered for five minutes before removing -, Lettuce Salad with French Dressing trymen.. Two are from Pine breeze

i Individualist I think we are ready melt wax. able product both as to flavor and from the fire and vesselleftcovereci Grapefruit Meringue Tarts Farm, Callahan, and one from L-
; to turn to a new era of better human Testa have I Tea or Coffee Milk Davidson Poultry Farm, Auburn-
proven conclusively color. while cooling, the pro-
TO
; relationships, with emphasis that dale. your ears In work-
flatirons which are too hot destroy be used
Strawberry sauce may I auci Will DO more plump. me POTATOES DAMAGED
leas on production than on equitable the fibres of cloth even over cold rice, corn starch puddingor ; fruit will be better if allowed to MOST BY FREEZE IN Considering Individual birds one No wonder very nerve yon sna at >high at the Uniton wift
] L distribution the fruits of
of though no yellow or brown scorch other desserts of like character.Mix cool In shallow trays or pans and STOLON FORMATION: owned by E. P. Witt Jacksonville. and bark at the children. !

S production. We can. if we will. may be seen. These invisible the fruit with 1-2 quantity of stand in the syrup over night. It Gainesville Fla. If potato Is in the lead with 186 eggs which Watch out! Overworked 1

grant to the city laborer and to Burns caused by using the wrong thin cream. Pour over the dessert. Improves the shape and flavor, as growers happen to the misfortune brought her 200 points. One of the Decree may lead to SleepUw.ness. .
the farmer alike that higher standard heat make the fabric brittle Gulfklst birds is second and threeof I Nervous Headache NMV.oos .
reduce Strawberry Juice the: berries absorb more of the syrup ot having a freeze hit their plants,
S 4 of living which logically belongs 1 Indigestion and host
Ita tensile the birds entered by Seidel follow a of
strength and as a Use the smal, so-called cull fruit become heavier and pack bet they can feel much better aboutit I
L to them as a result of their ether disturbance
1c Increased productive efficiency. result ruin Its wearing qualities. though sound and ripe. Wash ter. Lift the berries out of the If it doesn't come during the in line. I Why don unpleasant t :yon try Dr. MiW

r "We have had enough ruthless Cottons, linens silks and synlhetca crush and heat slowly to simmerIng syrup carefully and pack cold, fillIng period of stolon formation.A Tile best two pens of all the Effervescent Nervine Tablets

'g5 competition. A people wait, with like rayon, last longer when excessive point. Strain through a jars. previously boiled for ten five-year experiment concluded heavy breeds are owned J. A. Dink- Jut one in a half glass atwater

.. t ironing temperatures are double thickness of cheese cloth. If to; fifteen minutes, with berries this season at Hastings and LaCrosse Ins, Bonifay, Fla. makes a pleasant, spark.
than have been
,S hopes higher they not used. Rather generally it la juices free from sediment are desired before pouring the syrup over by the Florida Experiment e Hag drink delightful? ioothin
In for a new spirit to con-
years considered that linen will withstand let stand in a cool place over them. A good pack requires more Station shows that a freeze during/\ The Thousand Islands on the St. to over-taxed nerves.
trol our economic relations the
S Dr. Miles' Nervm is |
cipirlt of ever.handed justice. the most heat that cotton night. Then pour off (or siphon) berries than syrup. Cap, process this period which is usually from Lawrence river really comprise aside In two forms-Liquid DOW sal
S takes less ironing heat, that wool carefully for the dregs. pint Jars for ten minutes at 180 degrees -, about the 26th to the 5th day after 692 Islands. 1'-1 Effervescent Tablet. Both hsn |

S "Let aglculture( and Industry has third place, that the proper The addition of sugar to all fruit F. Seal and store In a dark, : the plants are set Is critical. = the same* soothing effect

from, now on travel In double ironing temperature for silk la yet juices will give a finer flavor. It dry place. It[ the plants are frozen to the ,; REGISTER NOW IIJOO at TOOT' drag store

harness, as a team with the loadS lower, and that the synthetic may be used in any desired pro- Recipe No. % ground during this time the sto-
FOR FISHING CONTESTAt
t equally divided between them. should be ironed at a lower temperature portion, a fair allowance being 1 2 Ibs. berries 1 lIbft.. Sugar ions tend to produce stems insteadof .
-
1( Industry cannot prosper over than any others. cup: of sugar to one gallon of juice. Wash cap and stem the berries, potatoes. The plants send upa 1
much unless there Is also a pros- Visible scorch i is the mark of visIble nil jars to over-flowing with hot add sugar allow to stand five to weak top growth, the yield is BRADFORD COUNTY HARDWARE ttN'E'RVlSE

perous agriculture in the country deterioration and Is found In juice, seal and process for thirty ten minutes extract some Juice. poor, and a large percentage of COMPANY
t c and certainly agriculture cannot all fabrics with the exception of minutes below Place hot flame and Valuable Prize Offered
I simmering point over cook to small potatoes Is produced says M. T ttJ: :
attain ;: ; :.
standards of livIng
high -
of
very one the synthetics, namely Cel- I (about 180 degrees F., or a little 220 degrees F., or until syrup Is R. Ensign, who conducted the ex ,
without an industrial market anese, as pointing to the danger longer than the heat at which tne very thick. Cook quietly. Cover periment.If .

S for Its products. It Is to be hoped. ahead. This one exception showsa fruit was cooked). Or if bottlesare kettle tightly when proper temperature the freeze comes before the
as the Secretary said in closing shiny spot when the iron In Wake Up Your Liver Bill
used wash carefully and sterIlize is reached and leave over stolon forming period It may not be
that "an
we are now entering eraS slightly too hot.
both bottles and cups. Fill night. The natural flavor Is retained so bad if conditions the rest of
of better human relationships. -Miss Ruby McDavid. with hot juice, cap and process. by using this method and no I the year are favorable. Such
Stp Calomel
S Best to lay bottles on sides when syrup will be left over, but the plants usually send out lateral -Without

The first Amazons were the wid- processing. This allows for perfect yield is not so great. If large branches, giving more tuber pro- -- -- --. -

1bi :, VVRUF FARM PROGRAM ows of Seythians slain In ambush sterilization of caps and all danger quantities of berries are being pre- ducing sufrace. More potatoes are --.

"The Voice of Florida" battles prior to 1231 B. C. from molds Is thereby avoided. Label served, cook in small lots and usually produced, but if the weather And You'll Jump Out of Bed II this bUs ta DOS flowingbad/,you ftdoaan't '"

and store in cool dry place. plump all berries in one big container is not favorable a large percentage in the Morning Rarin to Go .- It just 411-7111I tin bovtkfl
While with his sick half-brother Fruit juices are excellent for pouring in as cooked. of them are culls. Gu bloata' np your stomach Ton iii..>|

Gainesville, Fla. College of In the West Indies, George Wash- use in gelatine desserts, sauces ice I Sun-Cooked PreservesThe When he freeze comes after the! If you feel sour'and sunk and the thick. bad tafte and:your bratth ti foul tof
I Iacbaa
often braaka
; Agriculture workers are scheduled ington contracted smallpox. creams, sherbets, etc. If canned berries should be washed, stolons have been formed, It usually world looks punk, don't swallow a lot and out la b.emIolITo", bad

4 S to speak at noon each day without sugar they may be used capped stemmed, drained and is not severe enough to kill the of wits, mineral water, oil, laxative la you foil.40".4 out To".boIoay.tem |

l next week over state radio station An aerial net in which 18,000,000 for Jelly making. ? measured. Allow an equal weightof plants to the ground. They usually candy or chewing gum and expect ..poboaad.ItUk thoMfood old CARTER'S LJTTIJI

WRUF. They will speak during the volts of electricity were captured Note: A capping device may be sugar for fruit. For each two put out and mature a good crop I them to make you suddenly sweet LIVER POXS to thaaa .I
get two
S Florida Farm Hour from 12 to produced a spark 25 feet long. purchased for 10 cents and will\ be pounds of berries measure one- but are delayed about 10 days. Un- and buoyant and full of sunshine. freely end",ak. fool poundiolbi.Sowing ud 'I

1 12-43: EST, according to the following long. found much more satisfactorythan fourth cupful of berry Juice and der poor moisture conditions J I/ For they can't do It. They only They contain wonderful 70U., harmlow"up", enll up. |

E schedule: the use of corks and sealingwax. heat with the sugar. Cook and growth was slow and the yield lesson : move the bowels and a mere movement vogatabl axtracti amaalng when It comets| t |

) : S Sat., May 20-Florida Farm From the earliest times the horse pour over the whole berries In shal- the frozen-back plants. In case I. doesn't get at the cause. The making the bill flow freely..
Strawberry Preserves low trays. Stand in the sun for two freezes come close together, for down-and-out
News and Hints. Editorial Snap- has been known to exist on the reason your feeling utdoD'tuk for liver.pill*.A>k for Cirttrt I ILlttl.
k shots. high table lands of Asia. None but the freshly picked ber- three or four days bringing Indoors one kills the foliage and the other is your liver. It should pour out two .Urn Fill.: Look for lib,name Cirurt I

iS Mon., May 22-The Myth of Ov ries should be used. Practically each night. Dampness Is a great has good access to the unprotectedstems. pounds of liquid bile into your bowels Little Liver Pllla on the red label. ROMHII I

er-production E. Tlmmona. the same methods are to be followed foe to successful sun cookery. Al- If these freezes are severe, daily. lub.Utute, 211aataU.to.... C1931.C M.C.
The Egyptians determined the In the preserving of all berries. low fruit to remain In the sun until
Tues., May 23-The Value of true length of the year and dividedit Berries should be gathered in shal- It Is well plumped and the syrup I

t Double County Cropping Farms-.R.oa II.Hlllsborough Howard. Into 12 months of 30 days each. low trays or baskets and not In has thickened almost to Jelly. If LOOK HEREFRIEiUJSIAnImuuI \ '

; Farm Question Box. -- deep vessels which allow them to the sun falls to shine keep preserves -

Universal compulsory elementary bruised and crushed. They shouldbe in a cool oven. Pack In
S Wed., May 24-Care of the Ornamental education ((4 year course) uniform, ripe and sound; only sterilized Jars and seal and process .

'ifc Garden to Maintain Ita was introduced at the close of 1930 large firm berries should be so- as for other preserves. '

Beauty- H. Howard Itume. GrowIng for the first time in Russian his- I A'5 A g gBy

; .. Chrysanthemums V. Wat- tory. .>M... ,_._...-....-.....,.-?->...,.-.....-.-...-..-. -,-..... -- H- ....%
kins.

S Thurs., May 25-The Importance Apples of Sodom orangelikefruit 1 j CANNING HELPS LIVE AT HOME
S and Construction of the Trench SIlo -

S Dr. A. L. Shealy. Beef Cattle crumble when touched. eo _._ _, _._ _._._ .,,_._ _ -'-'-'-'-'-"-'-''P Special Arrangement with the Leading Magazines of the

:" Improvements In Dixie County and plus Milk--Hamlin L. Brown. The I Modern, up-to-date canning Is softening the fruits and vegetablesand Country We Bring You the Blggtst: Bargain of All Time e
S. S HowD.. M. Treadwell. Dairy Feeding Program in Duval
Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New Renewal
Fri., May 20-Disposing of Sur- County-A. S. ,Lawton. done by what Is called the "hot making them pliable and easy or
S- pack" method. The food Is pro to filL Berries some soft fruits Order for This Newspaper. .


.And- the Worst is Yet- to Come cessed In the or processed pre-heated hot jars or In tins then the, and packedhot closed afterwards and out preheating.Some tomatoes fruits are.are packed preheated cold in with-syrup MAKE UP YOUR HBpHHB.QQ OWN CLUE! ALL 4 ON LV' I.


; -. .. : i container. By processing In meant ; meats are broiled, roasted '
i) :: ,nw ;::7 -=--, sterilization or cooking accordingto baked. stewed-seasoned as if for CHOOSE ***

__ the time required by the differ Immediate serving cut in convenIent 00
1 Magazine From Group "A"
4 ent products. All must be cooked pieces and packed hot in the $

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I SUNDAY SCHOOLLESSON First Baptist Church TilE NEW FREEDOM: I Any plly"I11I1will ml, ) von thaf ,
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tii I Tcrfoct Turil alum of tlti H. s-
I Hev. L. F. Chapin, paster. 1 I trill is Nature''ii .Foundation, >f '

1 Preaching services first and Editor Telegraph, I' I Perfect Iloallh."b" n >t rid ; _

IAY 21, 19S3 third Sundays. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Dear Sir: I yourself of clironio! iiilu.onU, that

FOR m. Fathers of boys in, their teens Yco&eAuto Death Record29.OOO I nro unJcrtrlnin: your vitilityfPurlf" ,

are to about how to startthem I I Tour entlro b' "4kI
Jesus Answers His Adversaries Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- apt worry syst'au< tnkIJIJT
Subject in the world, as to get them I' I n thorough course of CniaUtjn. i 4

wood suptPrayer apprenticed to any calling Is difficult I I -. ncn or tvilco a week f ,n'er.l(
man spakelike Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed. wei'ks-aI,, .
"Never '
Golden Text: if not impossible. Even if I BOO how Nature rawnnts ,
7:46.: nesday.B. j with i t health.Cnlntali .. .
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this man Text: Mark 12:28-40.: '/. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. they can afford to send the boysto I imrlfy the' blondy, so- .

Lesson Truth: Love for God : college they hesitate as the it dated beforehand some of the cold and I la, tlVIIII,1C the liver, kidneys, stomach' .f'
only a light cx-
Practical learned already overcrowded APRIL REPORT crop f
callings are
of all true Grace M. E. Church most notable events that have occurred An,1 liowclM. In 10 eta!. and 8"1 etq.packages. .
and man Is the essence But why worry? A new pected. AH Jmilors.! (Adv) t4
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religion. Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. trade has developed and the boys in the history of mankind.It ONSTATECROPS Tomatoes and peppers In Palm ,

and Place of Lesson: In .. Preaching 2nd and 4th, Sundaysat become apprenticed to It before gives the date of the exodus of Bench Manatee and Hlllaborough : .seis.l i ,, 'ft'Msii.e's '

Time at Jerusalem-Tueay 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. the children of Israel from Egypt. counties were damaged by heavy HiMphv. little. |h. give that under '$

tie Temple the crucifixion on Frl.- Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : they know it. I and the date of the birth and deathof Weather conditions during April rains and the yield I la, turning out a l ,..Illy* rntnri.il vlrliin of nil that May certain ID!, 1931', finalilforri by ,

before m. In former days the admonition. Jesus. It gives the date of the were unfavorable for staple crops. lighter than expected. Hastings the Honiii nble ,\. Z. ,AdklnM, Judge ,

dsy. "Shoemaker' stick to thy last" French revolution as 1789 and the Heavy rains and low temperaturesIn uf the :ilrtth l Iiiilli-lnl, ,. a Clrcull. of KlorUlu. .
school 10 Mrs. all ,
Sunday a. m., potatoes are nearly "tihlppexl. '
In anit fur, llrailfonl C 'cain
C y. I Iti
Introduction: :Mary Moore, supt. was flaunted to one who tried to great World War as 1914, besides north and northwest Florida Yield and quality have been bet (ii..iiL't.i'y. In that "'itatn fnri ,'loMure 41 .
After cleansing the temple on leave the established ruts. And he many more. It was built of five caused considerable damage to milt, In. whlih II, V. Knlitht l U Cum I'
League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday. ter than a year ago. Shipment ,
retired again to I iihilnunt I I and l.nrv Vu rnc.M antl. wife
Jesus who did not work steadily at one hundred before planted crops and hindered farm
Monday years MOMes wrote ot: watermelons Is Increasing but Minnie VuriiwM me ilefuitiluntn.. ', theiindrirNliri'ril '
Bethany for the night. The next Fraternal thing was called a "Jack 'of every any part of the Bible. This pyra. work. There was also some dam- will probably not reach heavy volume will ,1T..r for, vale, to ', 1.I
Christ's last I lli" hlKhoHt. ami ln'Kt blililur fur .'Unl c
Tuesday, was trade but master of none. These age: from hall storms, which also on
daY. mid has been called "The Bible in before the week of May 22. I public uiiury In front ot this :
day of public teaching and he had Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A. sayings are now out of date. Very Stone." The prophet makes refer- did some damage In the citrus and l For the United States, production Hotith floor nf, the County Court
and had U.. meets at city hall building 1st I llouM* of liriiilfonl, County in. Hiark.i,
out the traders few occupations that must be trucking sections of the state. In \! : : ,
driven ence to it. "In that day shall there of winter wheat Is estimated", Florida on Mnndav the 6th day of ,.
commands which Involvedthe and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. learned in their now exist. the citrus belt, weather conditions Jun. .., '
given entirety be an altar to the Lord in the land at 337.48iS.OOU bushels, compared A. JI. I IYU.: ilnrlhtc the l least
assumption that he was Lord T. T. Blackburn, W. 'M, The machine has evoluted into a I of Isaiah 19:19. have been more favorable for the !i hiHUM fnllovilnic I I land, *
Egypt: ( : ) I with 432,131,000 bushels producedIn belnw' In Iliuilfuiil County.
Now the religious O. J. Phillips Secy. and continue to be II..'r'IIIII: ; s. .
of the temple. shoemaker and the shoemaker has crop prospcets 1932. Rye la estimated at 30.- t'o-ivlt: ,
S.
what auth- Courtney fi nvivN, In Ho,ul In.nut corner of '
demanded "By devoluted Into the cobbler who much better than a year ago.
leaders 002,000 bushels compared with 30- HIO'4: nf NK:>. ami. Nl.(<, of HI-LI of .
THERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Florida.
ority doest thou these things? can do without lasts at a pinch. There was some damage to truck 833,000 bushels harvested In 1932. $,.<.IIon! !. : 15, lwi| 6 H. Knnve' it K.il .
silenced them and then be Circumstances have shaped them- crops during April and yields are '1151 I Wl C., <,.f HWl, of NUi.. of Neelion ,
,
Jesus The 1 condition of tame
May hay I ao)
T\vp. 1 llnntte tl Leetcn.l
uttered three parables the parable Services will be held Saturday selves so that an ability to stepin Orlando Fla., May 15, 1933. turning out lower than was anticipated is estimated at 73.3: cent I lot t S nn.l' I IIwi",j if |.ot lit ,cnl ,

of the Two Sons the Wicked Husbandmen before the third Sunday .of each and do passable work when any Dear Old Telegraph for these crops according to crops of normal compared with per 78.3 K\1, nf lot HA I Woixlliiwn, I .is I In. Hootlmt 'j ?
per 10.( T\\II' K H' Ultimo S3 Kant, colltlilnlnic -
and the Marriage Feast. month. job offers Is the order of the day Starke. Fla. H. A. Marks, agricultural statis cent a year ago. Condition of farm Il2 I w HfrrN, more or l lt'e. j '
Following these parables three D. L. Phillips, Pastor. during this unemployment era. Well here I am again, like the tician. I':. K. fKltliVMAN
pastures on May 1, was reportedat !t-20-3t-lt-a. Hpmlul' I !Maiiter.
asked of Jesus--one loud about old cow's tail-always behind. ButI of and] cotton ,
questions were Presbyterian We hear grumbllngs Planting corn was 71.3: per cent the second lowest -- '
tribute to Caesar could not help It, so I hope this I well advanced In '100'1'1101 .>!" '1H *'IIOH'W. \1.101 5 5Ntt '
of but
concerning paying the education our youth early April
Services Sunday, May 21, as follows scanty May 1 condition In more than 30 lee In tiHtehv u-lven that iinclepnnil 'k
one about marriage in the resurrection receives In the schools; yet if the : will be o. k., and that you will con- heavy rains later In the month years. I by virtue of that certain finalilecrre t

and the last with regard : have learned to write a leg- tinue to come to me each week for destroyed much of the planted of fnrei'lonuie niadn and ren
10 a. m. Sunday School T. S. boys another six months. crop Reports from 10 southern states .ilir>cl on the 2nd . 'jSj
to the greatest commandment. ible hand read understandingly and delayed replanting. As a result 11111.: I liv Hiinorable A. 7.. Adklni.
Williams acting supt. these Yours very truly. more than the usual on May 1 Indicate the probabilityof Juilire; of thn Tiventy-wlxth JudicialI'limit I .'
and acquire.ments portion
fractions
:11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon cipher an 11,453,000 bushel peach cropIn '' of I Klorlilit, In that curtainriiiiHe 4
The third question was asked by can be made to serve as a J. B. Florrld. of the crop was still unplanted on I thvrvln immlltiff. wherein F.
by the pastor. Theme "Trustye these states this year comparedwith ".. Klunie In ... ansi, Joaethine t
scribe who had been Impressed for future education. May 1 and growth was more back. lHlitant|
foundation 606 Columbia
a Avenue '
in the Lord Forever. the short crop of 5,497,000 ( A. Mnrontf' "leorice A. Mar .
with the answers Jesus had already 7 Christian Endeavor. There is no such thing as being Orlando, FIn.REAL ward than usual. Oats are show bushels last and the unusually """". tl etrKe I'. Kruiie, Kliile Krtia. :
The impression given by p. m. the ing considerable rust. Conditionof year and llnnk of, $ a nirpomtlon.
nude. too old to learn-If we except .kt.h
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Leader Hc'un Mersereau. large crop of 21,9344 bushels are defendnntM, I under.lnet 4k"as
Is that this man was an honest which KKI'KNTAN oats is reported at S3 cent .
Mark/ subjects just mentioned R per Hiterlitl Mauler will I Ki-ll tar uanlto >
1931 and
8 worship an duringthe :
p. m. Evening song average crop 1
The with 35 the highest and belt bldiler at the
seeker after truth. question must be mastered in early youth. compared per cent a year
and sermon. preceding five years of 15-: "Hnuih door nf I the courtlioime. In
he asked was Important. and eve- Everything else can be learned Likewise, I say unto you ago and a seven year average of I 320.000 bUHhels. "Htarke, Hnnlforil, County Florida, ,
been of dispute amongthe Prayer meeting Wednesday there Is In the 73 per cent. The condition of tin ". day nf June, A. .
bad subject later if desired joy of pas nJr'h"
ning at 7:30.: with more ease presence The total cash Income receivedby 1>, ID i 1.1.:; ,: \ tersE bourn: cf ', ,
rabbis, who placed very great The of our church because the mind is then mature the angels of God over one tures is above average and pros Florida farmers from the sale Bale, for the puri>o.. of aatUfylnsI j F
the Mosiac laws. screening of knowl. sinner that pects for tobacco are better thana mild' final tl.*rr"e, I the t..IIwlnK, de-
emphasis the need of and use repenteth.Lukoiio.
upon and
windows the work of the Christian I of crops and livestock during 1932 norlbed lamia, lylnir and being "I.Jr..trorol .4 ,
Some laid most stress upon theBins Endeavor Society has added great., edge has then become apparent. : year ago.Condition. totaled $77,693,000 compared with Cntinty, 1..1..1.. tu-wlt: sLot
to sacrifices and lives of a One (l' and. Throe (3). LilovK ',,
pertaining Thousands have lead dreary on May
ly to the comfort of the worshipers. oranges $94,063,000 In 1931 and $127.344- Twenty-two ( ) .. tivr the orlirlnairntip
purifications; others considered the Thank Endeavorers.A because they have been compelledto That i U one of the most Impressive 1 was reported at 83 per cent of 000 In 1930 according to figures recently I or pint of 2lh':. Town nf Htarke: ; .;
and you. statements that fell from lliuilforil. C'""..Iy. Klurldii, an appears 'j jq'
moral law of chief importance stick to callings for which they ever normal compared with 73 per centon ianued by the United Stated .
cordial Invitation to all our nf record In I linmt book 'N", at paire
j still others held that duties to man We haveto the lips of Jesus. He repeated It.. May I, 1932.
services extended to all. had no liking or aptitude. Grapefruit was department of agriculture divisionof 7&0 of the |>uhllo record of Ilratl-

Hxere superior to duties to God. In Rev. Ceo. H. Lowry, Pastor. get well along in years beforewe twice in slightly varying form and I reported at 77 per cent comparod crop and livestock estimates. ford County, Florida f .OVI. > ((1IIERV nit, : L

practice, many- observed the tradi- find what we are really "cut then illustrated It again by one of with 62 per cent a year ago and Hperliil. Mimter..

lions of the elders more scrupulously out for. The man who works at the most Imprenslve stories Ho tangerines at 77 per cent com Fifty children, Including thirty. i)."Uollvltor, III. MATirrv* fur *complainant A. H. OHKWH, ,

than they did the :Mosiac many things Is apt to discover ear ever told. He was defending Himself pared with 68 per cent in 1932. nine girls less than five years old, B-S-Gt-e-3. i '

laws themselves. I ly some particular occupation that against the scribes and Pharisees 1'caches ate reported at 62 per are listed as married In Mysore

The lesson begins: "And one of: BOB JONES he likes well and Is therefore best for eating with publicans and: cent of normal compared with 32 state India.Rubinstein. In Court of County olive. Jiulo". Slate of ', '

the scribes came and having heard fitted for. There I U nothing then sinners. They said He ought not per cent a year ago and a seven Florida' I In, rfmtate of "'Isarlp. H.

them reasoning together and perceiving to hinder him from learning the to be seen associating/ with such year average of 72 per cent. Pears was appointed Russian llrailforil Mel-iilI, ansi Wilbur McCull inlnorn, K

that he had answered them .., OMMENTS work thoroughly and devote his people. A man Is known by the were damaged by the Februarythe court pianist In 1858.: Notlue:: j ''I In County.hereby Klvrn to all whom ,

veil asked him which Is the first ON life to it, if he wishes to. Books company he keepn and a minister It: iniiv( concern. luardlun, :that Mary FrancnHMcCall .

commandment of all?" .1. teaching almost any subject can be ought to be more careful. Jesus Keel "Sea' but It was tqr late. Lens than 10 per cent of all the MflC'all! ansi urn, Wilbur Mct.'iill.of r'harlna mlnorn, H.,

Which of all the commandments kk1: HERE AMO had and with the schooling he acquired Justified Ills conduct by telling the They were on the other Jules' species of flowers have a pleasantodor. will, on the I, 6th day of Juno, A: I;, .
usa, apply to the Honorable 18. ,
Is the most to be observed or perhaps HEREAFTER.There as a boy he can study and three stories of the man with a regretted having sold Jesus for r rryniiin, County Judnre .In. and for r'

what kind of religious pre- perfect himself. And he may takea hundred sheep and losing one ol thirty pieces of silver, and went *nl cept is most to be kept ? them;- of a woman with ten piece, out and hanged himself. But It I Florida, In aald. county at 2 o'clockI :
necessary course In a correspondenceschool. There are more than 500,000,00 ). m, or ... noon thereafter ice the
This question was frequently debated are five Instincts that arE C of silver and losing one of them was too late. Jesus was arrested In the world who cannot matter, ran hn heard., for authority
persons
among the Jews and so came universal. First there Is the instinct The moving finger writes but and of a father with two sons and and about to be crucified. It la read or write. entire to anil I, undivided at iiulillo: 1 1or..Interest private .sl of!",.the.ealII ,

readily to the lips of the scribe. that Insists upon a god of losing one of them. He insists that not enough to be sorry for our I iiilnom In the followlnir ditflt'rlhiul '
"theworstie.yetto.com" f
so far has penned only His conduct toward sins. Our and real mate, III saw county. and Hale, ,, jc
the He is
"And Jesus answered him the some kind. Second, there is I strips. But the showing by Jails penitentiaries Russia now pays a regular allowance to-witi

first of all the commandments is. Instinct of prayer AH men every. have to publicans ano! sinners, the Interest are filled with people who regret to nearly all of Its university The' Mnutheant quarter nf the
will put f'i
of times :
trend we ,
Northweet tmrtcr of Unction Thirty
that heaven' feels toward what have done. There |
Hear 0 Israel; The Lord our GodIs where in the hour of emergencycall will they are students.In Nix, Townxhlp Five Hiiulh lluniceTwiinty S
and unemployment
one Lord: And thou shalt love upon some god for help. Third,. up with, If sinners. He is searching for them those In our homes and on our Kam: :, almi the North quarter > ti p
the Lord of call prevail for years to come. our and rejoicing when He finds them. ntreets who are saying: "I wluli. l'' of the Hutithweet ciuarter of Mectlotl .
thy God with all thy heart there is the hour emergency what floating jobs that England during the Seven- Fifteen, Towimhlp HI It Mouth
and with thy soul. and with all upon some god for help. Third., boys accept is different But what did Jesus mean by repentance had not; I am sorry. There are men teenth century It was customaryfor itnnire' Twenty I.iiMt.Whlrh
If each
thy mind and with all thy there is the instinct of duty. All are to from be had the even last we should be ? That Is the question; who are saying that. But the the gentlemen to smoke In lie nppllratlon pcllilon. for i will aaln be now h..1Wi1n' vn fJsi

strength: this Is the first com people have some sense of obliga and It Is a live and burning ques- thing Is done and it Is too late. He- church. ;; null, ) C'ourt.JJUteil j

nundment. And the second Is tion. Fourth there is the instinctof satisfied. By thus kinds rubbing of work elbows and lion today. It hall been so In every pentance Is more than regret. The MIIV II,FIIANCIM A. I>. :1A39.MAJIV ftlirtt.U. JI '
with different
like, namely this Thou Shalt love sacrifice. In every religion you ege of history. There is no doc- word "penitentiary" means the BCIIKIHJLICIIANUKU; (I U 001'ICC". 1. '
of "sealingwax .
thy neighbour as thyself. There Is find this Idea of sacrifice. Fifth, contacts they learn and kings" and trine about which there seems to place of penitents; but penitentiaries HAI Attorney Y. MAI.VKM.for Uuardlan t", ke Iiutlar Flu. i1;
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and cabbages ;
aone have been a greater confusion than are not such places. They are 5.5.11-6-2./
other commandment there is the instinct of immorality.All ,
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greater astonished to find __ ___ ___ ___ at,
father is often No. 1, southbound limited due _
than these." men dream of a life to come. this. People even confuse It with places of regretters.The _
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what lot of practical knowledgeand Starke 10:58:
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conviction of sin. p. '
With They are closely
all thy physical powers. thy thing with which we often ( iirciirrou
) handiness his boy possesses related to one another but No. 11, southbound local, due Notice !I. hereby given that allnriMlitoi
boy( being devoted to Jesus Chrjst answers the universal they confuse repentance IK remorse. Re. .
entirely he had thought the latter .M, I'icates, .11..11.' "'... nml
God with all Its beauty and skill Instinct of the race. Do you after did are by no meant the same thing. uiorse l la a deeper emotion than re Starke, 9:17 a. m. Daily except nil |'.>rnnn... leaving rluline calnil j

and fcrce If there were any fur- need a God? Worship Him. He Is I went around And and when learned Jobs and do not Conviction precedes repentance I gret. Remorse may kill repentance Sundays.No. OHitnml.the ..IH'are. of lierel.y, Alice reiiuenli Humphrey l.i |>de ro.* ,

ther possible divisions of our hu all the God I want. If this universe nothing. and should lead to repentance; but instead of leading to It. 107 southbound limited due sent their clnlnm I : to the. Honorable:
show up, let the boy pluck what succeed In do- I'!. K ,,. I'nuntv Judge ofllriidford r _
it does not always ljrryinitn.
nature should a greaterGod Many a like Judas has committed Starke 10:07: a. m.
pan they would have been produce flowers along his paUl In the man County, Plorlil. for his S j __ _
'Med' to this list. "The love of than Jesus I wouldn't know grow Ing so. Conviction Is a matter of suicide because of remor e. No. 2. northbound limited due Miiprovai within one (1) year from
way of sports and harmless pleas- Is date hereof or thin n..tU'" will tin j
God but
la the chief and principal part what to do with Him. Do you wantto Youth soon takes flight. Buta conscience. repentance a I: Many turn to vice and drunken. Starke 6:08: a. m. livlfl. I In her I thereto, anil all pereonaInilflittil

of the religion which we are taught pray? Jesus opens the door to ures. Is not held with too matter of the will. Somebody has ness and Instead of repenting they No. 12, northbound local due tit iaitt| state:: Are requested : S4
who
boy said if conscience could have to pay their Haiti debts forthwith
\ that
wtha New Testament and the the house of prayer. He says taut reins will grow Into more plunge more deeply Into aln. Culn Starke, 3:17: p. m. Dally except to 'Ito uiuli.rnlirnwil, executor. ,
wiristlans were meant to be different "Whatsoever you ask In my name than Its way we would all become Chris- tlid from the place where he had Sundays.No. ThlM. 6th day l uf May, A. I>. 1931. _
from have." Do feel a broadmlnded. virile manhood ti"",,. Bu conscience does not always .ilJdcn the bouy of his murdered A. 8. (CIIKWH, '1 '
J the rest of the World you can you who is chained to a desk and 108. northbound limited due B-S-91-6-30. Executor t

In this one thing above all others sense of duty ? Jesus can give you one have its way. It is the voiceof other. When faced with hlcilme Starke 6:11: p. m.Starke _________________________________________ I e. f
l _ _
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work bench. '
that they knew and loved God." power to do what you ought to do. of this generationhave God In the soul and makes a he lied about It. Hut the day and \\Vanni Branch O-rSC.1 .5 5 S ?e:

Our neighbour is the one whom He said "All power is given unto The fathers led too lives. The mighty appeal. But repentance Is soon came when he was cynical No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m, Notice. In hereby 'Iv.n that It le 5 _

*? can serve whether the relative me both in heaven and in earth." really will easy have to face a matter of the human will and and answered God: "Am I raybrother's No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. nut* Intention. : t<' Biiply tiermac *
with world our boys there Is freedom of will granted us. the MHlon of the Florida teeIsiature '
whom we live the servent Do you believe In sacrifice ? Then cruel and ruthless and they keeper? 1933. for the panna1" of a _ _
who waits wounded for will be So we must be careful not to con- proponed meanure" In the I il _
upon us, the friend or trust Jesus. He was need to have "skin on their fuse conviction with repentance. What then, is real repentance ? T. J. Griffin. Agent. ttradfonl; County, Florida: alWtult

acquaintance whom we occaslon- our transgressions and bruised for '' the fate that compels It I is a change of mind. It Is a clu- Cloning of Hall lows, to-wit:
ally of a teeth. Perhaps There Is a tendency also to con- An Act and relating t..
dream defining
meet Do
the stranger or thelftlicted our Iniquities. you to their hands at cEssion of the will. It has one md lee- South
them try fuse repentance with fear of con- Ilurlal Aieiwlatloiiii; llotmilng the _
in our city or the oppressed life to come? Then look up to Him. many things. Is really a school to Sin has Its disastrous pensable quality. It must be sin Train No. 11, parcel post 9.00: operation. of Ilurlal and Unil..rtakInic !
or Ignorant or suffering He said that He has gone to prepare sequences. always cere. It may not be tearful but it Business In liradfoni County
for the
problems a. m.
the them and Florl'la.I flffflnlna the duties,
prepare we pow- '
,
whole world "The noblest a place for us, and that He Is consequences I 11 Some of the most tearful ami 1 ii. +
'love over. ahead and to make them self. re- know that and fear them. This Is genuine. Train No. 107, letters special delivery ern authorUiee Vested tender 1j ;,
can I to take usborne. such act preeurlblnir fur the In- ,.4.41j
forget no one, for Is built coming again some day people are not really penitents.They and special handling 10:00: an ftiiiilM
and discerning.
011 the liant what we call the laws of nature. ventlnM of under the said act
needs of not on his shed rivers of tears and I
man may &. m. and prencrlblfiK penalties for the
qualities'. I have seen the vista of rolling II. E. Lagergren. Every cause has its effect. Ho yet go right on doing the wrong.On North I vlulHtlon I of mich acts and providing If ,
'And w we be sure that our sins will hat the Insurance, LominissIoner 1 oc
may '
...: the scribe said unto him hills and verdant valleys of windIng Thisfear the other hand there are those Train No. 12, parcel post and Florida shah have supervision
later.
find sooner or
eli Waster, thou hast said the : streams and forests with their Editor Telegraph us out who may never show a quiver, but letters, 2:50: m. hereof, anil requiring the deposit _
truth. make us restless and p. with the insurance. Commlenlnner of .1
for the Dear Sir: may
there Is God and changing colors. I have seen they have changed their mlncla. .
one :
Train No. 108 Letters special Florida certain necurltl.-a for th.p.rf"rmanc. .
there Is none Other and wintery night bejeweledwith The great pyramid of Glzeh In careful But it is one thing to be In of any contract .,r ob- _ _
J but he: to I sky on a I The one necessary quality repentance and 5:10
delivery special handling : ?
,
love about sins and entrt 55
him stars. I have Egypt is the most remarkable uneasy our quite liratlon Into by any .A "- ( ,
with all the heart and countless Is sincerity and It functionsIn .. t
m. elation a* defined by this .C.n..I"'Uy '
eit of them. p.
world in Is location, another to repent
: all the building in the 4 '
and Toward God Bubmlttttd
understanding three directions: ;
malls close at 6.00
Night : m.-
4'ltl1 and its as well as But one of the greatest and most p. J.of.. MANN. "
all David called its shape size 'S V
the
soul and with all the miles thy footstool. toward a changed life; toward salvation Train No. 1 South 11:17: m.; C. C. BUTLEU _
It wa blunders Is to confuse repentance p.
ength. is he then In its interior chambers. common .
;;: and to love His neigh- him Lord: and whence 4-21-11-1-19. j (
ur four hundred after with regret. How often train No. 2, North 5:08: a. m.
as Jesus was David' built about years
himself. ? As man
Is than all his son
'hula burnt more but as God the flood this great structure do we hear people say; "I am sorry In a word repentance is a right Starke and Dell Branch-Train NOTICM tI' Tilt APPMCATIOfFoil '
)
||. offerings and sac'lIcea. son (descendant David's Lord. "And be covers nearly thirteen acres. it is for my sin. I regret It sincere about-face. It is a change of mind No. 101. mall closes 7:00: a. m., No. DliCIIAHUE) AS AIIMINI1TIIATOIt -

Je :s said Jesus was in his doctrine. Be- quite probable that Sheen the son ly." But that Is not repentance.It that leads to a changed life. Whena 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. 'I To Whom It May Concern r c _
them f
unto him. "Thou art said unto In the Blue BUtt $MMlule* Notice I I. hereby given that the
he Is
.ut far faithful servant of God may lead to repentance, and man sins going wrong '
from th Kingdom of God." ware of the scribes which love to of Noah a undrnlgne ae Administrator of the '
this and love salu- was in charge of its construction. should lead to repentance but of- direction. When he repents ho Dally effective Jan. I, 1932. Estate of William O Poraythe, d.-

yOf, scrl: e a writer says go In long clothing. and In It have been discovered some ten It does not. Esau regretted turns right-about, and goes In the Northbound..-9.03: a. m.,, 1:39:: p. 1"-... having fully and latlafaetorydlncharged
far market
in the places anti performed hie dutle
as know
..e
;Jom. the feasts geographical astronomical, mess of pottage, but it was too walks with God he Is walking away Southbound--0:34:: a. m., 12:31 p I estate will. on the 15th day of June,
p"s! llald'IW the scribes and the uppermost rooms at ; 1583 apply to the County Judge, at '
say toward 4:34: m. 12:50: a. m.
is m. ,
h4t Christ I la widow's houses and and mathematical science. The late. The thing was done. Pharaoh from sin; he walking p. I Ma office In Btarke. for final die- S

or David buns tLe' Son of David ? which devour make long prayers: pyramid also outlines In its own regretted having signed the heaven-the heavenly life and Is Tickets and information atSmltb's charge a* administrator of said e*- S ____________
'f aJd-tbe Lord for
a pretence tale
aid to the same plan of emancipation proclamation for the revealing salvation from his sisaL Service Station, next to I I '
my Lord, Sit thou on these shall receive greater dam- peculiar way J. A. Bay: !***,

.rbt> band, till I make thine ene-my nation." God that we find In the Bible, and Hebrews and be pursued them to -Tampa Times. ,courthouse. 4-1 t.tt.AtSmlDletrator., ;1 1t _ _


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IS ROME BURNING? : I forbad teeth are an abominationto price than a seat ,
m' ?
I Bradford County Telegraph the system. change.'l-! k ,|

Present day school teachers are [ Maybe You've I From Other Pens "6. Honor your digestion by being -

Established 1877 "fiddling while Rome burns", a careful of your diet; for manya Talk about polio -

group of eastern educators were Heard It But man digs his grave with his boy imagine beia1 ah' Jlball($
4 i'
Published Weekly on Frldaya and Entered as Second Class teeth. guy Into *rtah
rl told recently by a Columbia University PRESIDENTIAL FAMILIES a Job like tha ,,
It
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida professor--one of the 7. Honor your lungs by breath- to be good for 10,000 \ "., Bbbody's
fresh air for ventilation Is a '*
ing ; election an)']
alarmists who periodically raise a if

es E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner cry tem.against our educational sys you JOLLY are wondering PASTIMESIf how to papers Observing have that been numerous noting news-that means"8. Honor of grace.your nerves by tak- go point a little deputies further win vm, \'Il t and t et t P

dull summer three families-the houses of of rest in for man, '>h mil
"The doctrines of modern bust- pass the deadly ing plenty sleep; they
can help you Adams, Harrison and Roosevelt-< work all and all
SUBSCRIPTION RATE months perhaps we who day play night
ness lead not to happiness but to But no matter
Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c-Pcyable in Advance more factories; not to beauty but out. Of coure, If you can raise the have furnished the United States promote the brevity of their lives for the Job he What J:
; iA
World's Fair with six of Its directly-elected ends. couldn't nP
to mills not to but money to take in the by burning the candid at both deal. '
more ; health After
Advertising Rates on Application assistance presidents, the Minneapolis Journal one inspect,',
to more wheat and cotton," the you won't need any 9. Honor ;your country by obeying ought to have n tour h
t professor said. from us, .although we'd be glad to goes on to say: These commentators the laws; for It is a mark of enough lee pho0'

That feeling of inflation may only be from drinking: toot "What do we do with money go along-you pay the expenses neglect the distaff side of good citizenship to obey a law cumbers to last= lifetime,

made from the manufacture of au- But its going to be an awfully presidential genealogies. If they whether one likes It or not.

;; much beer. tomobiles? build more factories to quiet summer for you stay-at- include Theodore and Franklin as "10. Honor your God by chas- Imagine b !ln' able t", walk i Inl

o make more automobiles."The homes, BO maybe we can liven members of the same family then tity In word, thought and deed; any beauty shop In the' state

achievements of business things up for you a little bit with they must necessarily Include Jas. for the race that wishes eternity flash a badge. But Kl! ,? ea'
I Texas Guinan says the trouble is that the Golden] Ruleis and ahea
Madison and Zachary Taylor aa paint
are lauded aa signs of the aid ,of. a mall order catalog must exalt maternity. Gadsden ;your own picture

being hoarded. and the success of financial progress enter received this week. We quote ver- I members of the same family although County Times. ta quit thlnkln- about ,, I lItO.t
of different names. Indeed, weak heart.
oAt prise set up as a goal for youth to batim from Its pages: -o-
k there was closer kinship between .
; aim at, while all the time the Increase WALK AROUND YOURSELF ---
last string savers will get a break. Paris is making Madison and Taylor than betweenthe
4 In nervous and mental diseases "Sponge Rubber Pretzel. No. SPECIAL SESSION

i 'dresses out of wrapping cord. I Io cries aloud that ability to 19032-Have a pretzel folks] And two Roosevelta.
When
others
This relationship was the you're criticizing
r' live as an organism is an essentialIn If you don't touch it you'd actually on IS NOT
; Taylor side. Madison's paternal And are finding here and there, LIKEL
education. think it it looks
w Wonder if Henry Ford sees prosperity turning the cor- "We rise to the raucous soundof natural. Each was in real a glassine en-so grandmother was born Frances A fault or two to speak of, -
And of her brotherswas Or a weakness you can tear;
ner in one of his new models. an alarm clock, not having velope. HereIs a real funmakera Taylor. one Tallahassee Legislators Now Con!
the granfather Zachary When you're blaming someone'sweakness fldent
learned the of Completingork
t simple fact that the peach of tt novelty. ;
o way to get up In the morning is to Taylor. Thus Presidents Madison Major Bills Remain
; "Kingfish Running at Cedar headline. No and Taylor had a great-grandpar Or accusing some of oelf-
+ r Key" says go to bed the night before. "Rubber Mouse=: A Thriller! No. ent In common, whereas Theodore it's time that you went out -
they aren't chasing Huey Long "We rush to work, hurry to this Tallahassee-The threat
66A2-Rubber Mouse. Life
w Squeak Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt's To take a walk around yourself. Of
tF appointment, and call this maniacal size. Very realistic. Made of special session of the legislator!
father had merely a greag-great-
o craving for speed, progress. white rubber with ribbed tall. hanging over the capitol for
some
y The Tampa Times says that even beer has been draught- "We are burled In an apartment, Painted red eyes. When squeezedit grandparent. in common.TampaTimes. There are lots of human failuresIn time, apparently had disappear ,

' serviced by uniformed attendants, the average of ua all; this week In the
ed to help bring back prosperity. utters the squeak characteristic expressed oplnJo
I who seek to keep the traffic movIng And Iota of grave shortcomingsIn of legislators who remained
of a live mouse. A good nov- In tin
o We have lost self in a stupid elty for a hearty laugh from old LUXURIOUS FOOT WASHING the short ones and the tall; capital over the week-end

IIitler will find that he can't destroy principles' by burn- devotion to a thing called success." and young," But, when we think of evil Many members of the leglsla
All of which, as the Men should lay upon the shelves- ture
professor (Stolen from an Oklahoma news- suffered apprehension that
ing the books setting them forth. a
says, might be true, but it is doubt- paper, who may have stolen it It's time we all went out special session would be necessan

y a o ful If a change In our educational "Nose of Blower. No. 272J11. Consists from somebody else) To take a walk around ourselves.We due to the delay In action whlii
a flat rubber tube with
system would remedy the situation.Our Cliff Skinner received the fallowing the bills to legalize 3.2
Walter Winchell believes in couples per
long engagements as wooden mouthpiece, which, when need cent
so often in this life
own particular age Is not from one of his Texas alcoholic beer and wine
a! should stay happy as long as possible. peculiar in its craving for speed. placed in the mouth and blown will friends the other day: <. This balancing of scales; were pend

L' Each era hAil traveler era feet na produce a noise similar to one This seeing how much in us wins ing.The
i ---- -- "Well, since I sold the little Senate and House ]
the facilities at its command would blowing his nose. farm in Arkansas I have And how much In us fails; however

Europe claims] debt cancellations would end the depression. permit. Sail boats were hailed by pered. You know, we, always pros-livedIn But before you judge another many have given of the individual measures action t

our robust ancestors Improvement WE DON'T SNUKR Just to lay him on the shelfIt revaeste
Perhaps they would-for Europe. as an a one-room shack, but I came by Governor Sh ltz. So far onlvl
in speed over the older I We have only one objection to would be a splendid plan
P li F'' o to East Texas and bought a farm, a few of the major
method of rowing. Sails gave way I the above articles. An Illustration and pretty soon I leased it to an To take a walk around yourself. legislation have been measures o

One household editor says that if your doughnuts are to steam aa steam shall be replacedby accompanying the blurb about the oil company and was sure lucky. Author Unknown. legislative approval and given sent to fins!

heavy, try making them with larger holes. rockets when and if such meth- nose blower shows a man with his ,They bit a big:: oil field on the, -- governor for his signatureIt the
ed of travel Is hankerchief to his face .
n a perfected.As makingthe place and now I have a big house '4
for the professors'charge noise "Snurr! Snurr! If the here in Alto. It has six was expected by legislator]
; q We admire the "Know Nothing" party of eighty rooms. 1 /LateBy that the school centralization bill]
years that the money made from the mall order men think that "Snurr! There is one room that we do noth- oo

} 'S+ 'ago. They at least were honest about-. manufacture of automobiles is usedto Snurr! is a. noise similar to us ing but eat in; two rooms that we giving the state board of educe
t build more factories to make blowing our nose tlon more power than it has pre-j
j they're crazy. do nothing but sleep in. There ii
0Our' c
more automobiles, that la some- We never blew a noise with an one room that we don't do any- I. o elassif vlously had, would be passed b\j\

movie theatre ,should be congratulated on offering thing hard to understand least "n" in it in our\ life. Outside of thing but sit in, one room that the legislature the first of the]

d local] fans such up-to-the-minute entertainment. for those of us who do not have that the articles are all right, and we don't do anything but cook In, By RUSSELt KAY week. Governor Sholtz has Mid

0r !the money from the manufactureof think of the fun you could have at and there is one that Is all white Srcreury. Florida p, AMOCUIIOJ he would sign the measure,

automobiles to build factories the. next with rubber I Indications were that then
more party a
'
and has a place where you can For a while it looked like Flor-
Lake City Reporter says that the Spring complaint of : to make more automobiles. squeak mouse! It might even would be dissension in the leglsla
wash all over and in the
over
cor- ida was about to lose her "Voice"but
fi ;? women is, "Dust one darn thing after another." Why. does not the wealthy manufacturer -,help you make progress in games ner there l la a place where you can now a Senate Committee, after ture this week over the motor vehicle
retire with his millions like knowbreakthe license tag bill. The Senate]
o postoftlce-you wash your hands and face, and prowlln' around down In Gainesville -
and spend the remainder of his Ice'and like that passed a bill setting fees at K
over In the other corner there Is a tells that instead of hit-
"Trouble with politics these days is the public servants life cultivating the arts Perhaps everything us $10, and $15. The house finance;
place you can wash'your feet in. tin' WRUF over the head with an
s want to be the masters the Mobile the real reason Is that be enjoys and taxation committee, however,
says Register. UNEVENTFUL WEEK When we moved here there were axe, maybe if we just operate on
returned the bill in such a form
seeing a finished automobile
o more This has been a very uneventful two lids on this, but we have taken her tonsils and nurse her along alittle
than to provide a $20 tax for cars
a famous mural. If such is week, and it begins to look like all them off. We are using one of -, It might be a better idea.
lp The man who will have the least disappointment in this the case, there Isn't much that can weighing 4,500 pounds or more
: ,of us might need a few rubber them for a dough board, and we
world is the one who "wants but little here below" be done about it. Not even a Senators indicated they wotfj
in pretzels to.pep,,things up a little. have framed Grandpa's picture in They tell us how many farmers not accept the bill in that foil.

f o can change cultivate our a educational love that does system not The only thing/ happening to draw the other one.-Lamar, (Mo.) I' have radio sets, but they forget to Governor Sholtz recommended alt$.I

Not every woman marries a man to reform him but she exist. anywheres near a crowd on Call Democrat. I mention how many of 'em ever and $10 scale for cars weighing
Street was when a tourist parked -- heard "the voice of Florida." We'vegot
1,000 pounds and for a scale of!
I
often ]at It
decides
Very
that it
might be a good)idea. a
her car for a moment to let WHICH NEWSPAPER READER over a hundred thousand dollars 70 cents for each hundred pound!

o WIDER MARKET NEEDEDThe small dog get out to stretch his ARE YOU invested in it now and still the above that, but said he would accept .

So far we have not heard of any contract being signed legs-and the dog kept on stretch darn thing can't much more than a $5, $10, $15 plan.
round and round the
farmer, comparatively Isolated ing1 his legs
}" to, replace Baron Munchausen I There are two kinds of newspaper whisper. The Senate, members said probably \
on the radio with Gaston on his rural route, might lose block. All the kids in sight start- .,
readers. Mr. Smith who is
con-
ed In of the but he would pass this week the bi[
JVfeans.If. sight of the fact that his fate is pursuit poodle
In If we're the
remarking "Nothing keep station
tinuously gonna
cnnlal
appropriations bill, but they j
too for them, and when
was quick
tied with International
I 0 up problemsas the paper today" belongs to one we ought to quit foolin around and said it would be more than $554,.
last the owner was ridIng -
well as those of his county, seen dog's of them. Mr. Brown, who Is continually apply to the Federal Radio Commission .
I
000 higher than the administration
fond parents stopped to realize that a baby has to keep state, and national government. up and down the streets cast-
"Did notice for the to operate It
right
I Inquiring, you
:I ,: his name for life, some of them might be a little more considerate Just as the farmer would be Ing an anxious-eye in all directions. 'that piece in the paper about so- on a, 60,000 watt day-time sched- bill of the carrying the commission recommendations -]
Who knows !if can't catch the budget
crippled by a tax prohibiting him they
I and-so?" belongs to the other. ule and then develop some con- The House will not I
i dog, the tourists might settle here probably
from !selling his products in near ;
I There Is a difference In the way structive helpful programs in accept the Senate's appropriation)
r o by towns, so is permanent farm permanently Stranger things
they read their papers. Mr. Smith which the public would be Inter- bill, said today f
The farmer no longer has to how to keep the children stability dependant on the settle- have happened-but" not much representatives
worry picks his up In one hand perhaps, ested. I Ioperted The house appropriations -ommlt.f

i"" "down on the farm," they're coming back of their own ment of international difficulties stranger."r- as ho Is trying to eot, and glances i tee, in a two-a-day sessions for !the)
that make
now impossible the nor- l7s
t 'c free will. mal interchange of goods among ? NO CILIAS IN OURS fUll-eyed at the front page. If thereIs as now WRUF Is past week has planned to retul'lla j

nations. Somebody is always taking the a headline sufficiently compellIng a first clasa pain the neck to the bill with & total annual expenditure -

a to stir his'curiosity, he reads average radio listener. As far as lower than that recommend red
: fixed It
It Is that these joy out of lift; They've
r Psychology this week placed its stamp of approval on will hoped be minimized following difficulties : now so that wf/ can't even take a the story, otherwise be studies the beln. beneficial to the taxpayer, I by the budget commission, and I

3, M baby-rocking after mothers had been doing it for several the conferences of the next few drink of water and enjoy it like sheet only half-thoughtedly. with don't believe there would be any In spite of the fact, returning all I
I '
his meager interest declining so mop\>> marchin on Tallahassee If it of the departments of the Unlver-
been
used
to. We've
we always
4' thousand months, but If they are not, agricultural -
years. rapidly that he frequently puts it announced that
was the station tb
that is and sity of Florida eliminated by [
r' I prices will be kept down taught nothing so pure
r' o nice drink of fresh aside before turning the pages. wasbein'.. discontinued altogether. commission.
> I due to accumulation of surpluses sweet as a water I "
reads _
Mr. Brown He
?) The world's largest fat man weighs 750 pounds and lives : which the domestic market cannot but now come scientists pre- differently. I When the Senate returns to lt takes his In band In
in Philadelphia. No doubt he would join a circuis, but he 1 absorb, or production will have to paring exhibits for the World's receptive paper mood. He seeks a unconc fully I ,."The,i nly time WRUF was really duties, it will have before It thtl

be cut to meet our national requirements Fair and tell us of a weird form of popular with a lot of people was house approved plan to establish j ja
l + can't get out of the house. sciously after the habit has been when they were broadcastln' the homesteading I
alone. Either course life in each drop of water-yes, system of 10 to 80 acre
formed to obtain information of
J a will be harmful. There are as even in that glass of watet you football' games with Red Barberat on state lands. Also It I

markets 'for drank for lunch, too. general Interest along with that the mike. Red knows his stuff will have for consideration a bill to j
"The man worth while is the man who can smile when many potential our which is pertinent to his own Interests -
and he's HI
farm products, as there are for "Ferocious animals battling to a snappy, peppy announcer establish budget commissions
everything goes dead wrong. But hanged if we think thereis our machine products, but retaliatory the death, vegetation growing In- in business, or otherwise. Give the boy a mike with some all counties of the state except I

such a gink except in fiction and song.-Inland Empire tariffs make them seem as to trees in the twinkling of an eye He follows some habit of running power behind it and he'll popularize Polk, Dade, Hillsborough and Du-l
his eye up and down and across the the station and have folks tunln' in had I I
wJ News. distant as the moon./ Insect-like creatures dividing into val. The latter county has
page. He reads that which commands for it, and can take if from several
Farm cooperatives are doing living entitles as if by maglcUIn you budget commission for |

o much to broaden the farmer's mar a single drop of water," say Instant attention and marks me there's darn few exertln them- years.

:: F: A bill providing the death penalty for kidnapers has ket and stabilize his price structure the scientists: as we become thirstier such read In his mind as he will want to selves in that direction right now. So far, little attention has beettl
4 I as soon, as he has exploredhis I
been introduced into the Legislature.] Everything possible but they will have their and thirstier.In to the back or lateras paid to the request of Governor
way page
greatest Influence only If given the case you are Interested, at We can protect the money we already Sholtz that state boards and com-1
i should be done to prevent the fear of kidnapers from marring unified support of the majority of the World's Fair, by means of apparatus time will permit. have invested In WRUF and missions be consolidated. TM I

1'' the joy of motherhood. Individual farmers. The farmer combining principles of Needless to say which of the develop It Into a proposition acceptable house passed without much > l
two: profits the more from the few
a who works with and for his coop- both the microscope and photopro- and appreciated by the bate the bill to put the depart-1

erative is the one who Is doing jector, single drops of water will cents the' paper costs him during a public. The chances are, however, meat of game and fresh water

,1 The Ocala] Star says that New York state, facing a hope- most to clear up a rather cloudy be enlarged to the dimensions of a week. that we won't. About all we can fish, the shell fish commission, and

less tax and debt situation, has turned to the sales tax as a looking future. four-foot screen. Magnified to this And, it might as well be added, do now Is "stand by" for further the department of geology under

extent, the protozoa inhabiting the you who are reading this are more announcements. one head, but disregarded the If' I
out. The New York levy which became effective Monday
way drop will be plainly visible. probably the Mr. Brown kind of quest of the to Includt !
: is cent and does ] to all commodities. READY TO BEGIN reader.-Gainesville! News. governor
only one per noUapply The disagreeable fellows con- Well it seems that there are still the department of forestry. I IAa

In spite of opposition, it is hard to see how Florida] is tinue: "Protozoa monsters of this ---0- two or three people out of work the legislature went into tw
al- HEALTH COMMANDMENTSThe
Thursday half-holidays are the
h i going to get around imposiing a sales tax sooner or later.A most with us again, and we are single-drop mortal combat.world One will will be seen watch in judgln' from the number of applications sixth week of its existence continued,
the general sales tax bogey
glad to report that Starke did following commandments governor received for tbI'
a two kinds of animalcules called the job of beer to thrust Its shadow into
not follow, the example of several Dldlnium and Amboeba Paramoe- for health given by a pastor of a Inspector
seven-year-old] boy wanted to see what would happen scheme of things.
d' Florida towns who abandoned the metropolitan church to his -
a clum in struggles that eventually congregation b&" I
when he put spike rail. A fast freight train was A chance to gallop from beer Two sales tax bills already
y it a on a practice this season because of always end in victory for the might prove Interesting been introduced into the legJall;

', wrecked, its engineer killed, and damage of $100,000 done. business conditions." former. But the Paramoecium reading. Here they are: joint to beer joint slngln' "SweetAdeline" ture-one a two per rtp1

We may be wrong, but it seemsto "1. Honor parents by havIng and get paid for it had providing
He was punished with a spanking. Wonder if any, of the will not take death as his battle your such a general that general tax for general revere
us that a half-holiday a examination appeal about
every From his thorough physical constitutional
prize calmly. slipper- for
modern school of would think that he should have eight hundred and the other to provide
parents once In a while when business is shaped form he will shoot out every birthday; for an ounce guys answered amendment to give I 1

M$ been let off with a warning not to do it again? dullest Is not bad policy-It's'just thousands of, ,cilia, hair-shaped of prevention Is worth a ton of "Herebefore the roll. Dave even atartedcaUtn' per cent general sales tax, revenu

o plain common sense. When customers shafts toward ..the turtle-shaped cure. to to schools
: are storming the door to form of the DIJinlum. These. turn "2. Honor'your friends by taking ;- go has said h.

, p a Are we to condone, and even officially encourage the make purchases-that's the time to intoa gelatinous protective coating a daily bath; for cleanliness Is And now there's even a better would Governor Sholtz a sales tax al

( Breaking of promises?-The essence of business and political stay on the> job, ten hours a day, for the.Paramoecium., which a part of godliness. job comln' up for somebody and this session not approve of the legislature..

] and professional morality is In the'kept word-When a six days In the week. momentarily protects him from at- "3. Honor your family by hav- if I'm any Judge of human nature Proponents of the sales taw *

? Then too, when all merchants tacks of his enemy. His strenuous ing your life Insured; for life insurance I'm bettin' there will be a million ere
I nation declines to its obligations to another nation this point in the legislature
blandly -
pay co-operate, as they do In Starke, efforts do not reward him. though guarantees the cooperationof applications. They passed a bill delignw-

I fit ,' when a government suggests to the citizen that he can It Is not hard to educate the public because he is soon engulfed in the the insurer in the prolongationof last week provldin' for the regular ',that stun there apparently had been were little or no*,

repudiate without losing ,his good name at that moment I to make enough purchases anterior of his foe." the life of the Insured. Inspection of all beauty shop tempt to raise new revenue >
Thursday morning to tide it over So there First "4. Honor physician by f
you go. one thing ;your next
the
moral fibers become flabby guide-posts vanish and national | state expenses during
until
Friday and then and avoiding medicines for the
another- now we patent ; I know the governor Is opposedto

disintegration sets in-No course could be too drastic which -o-- can't even take a drink of water most of these 'nostrums are hum any new form of revenue, but if yeahThey 'said they thought a 8u I

a would..preserve for this nation its time-honored conceptionof Onion flavoring for a whole sea- and feel right about It. We won- bugs. he'll just make one exception In eral sales tax would be pas! !
,4 son be supplied by the der if there Is a helpless little Para "3. Honor stomach by hay this ,kr
may young your case and offer that Peeial
reliability and dependability, of the sacredness of the Beauty the state, probably In a \
shoots of three onions grown in moecium desperately throwing out ing your teeth, carefully examined Shop Inspection job to the highest l Islativ session before the KF"*

t1t promised word.-Merle] Thorpe in Nation's Business. flower pots in the kitchen. cUIaa in beer T .by a dentist at regular Intervals; ,bidder It ought to sell for a better ,1935 meeting. .

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