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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 3, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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AGAINST \ THOSE "SEND A DIME" CHAIN LETTERS I THURSDAY FARM PROGRAMHAS {I I BRADFORD k

INS BEGINNING TO APPEAR HERE THOSE MISSEDBY I (! ..j



ILYNCHING'SLATION'[ Postmaster F. F.: ''Stump said pears at tne head of the Hut. You I CLOSING BEGINS ASKED CENSUS TO TAKERS REGISTER ARE SPENT I I POPULATION \l

yesterday that the latest chain letter then are told to make five copiesof HERE

craze has .hit\ Starke. Only the letter, leaving off the top '

two of these "send a dime" messages name and adding your own to the NEXT WEEK\ Anyone who has been missed BIG SUM HERERehabilitation OFF A ,!
have been turned over to bottom of the list And here is In the recent state census U: LITTLEi

him by those who received them where the profit is supposed to urged by county officials to call i
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Mr. Stump says but he has no come in: If a person you mail a at the office of the Clerk of tho .

ays[ Bill Now Up way of knowing how many have letter to carries out his part of Merchants Sign For Circuit Court and fill out a Money County Shows Decline :,

Insult To actually passed through the post the scheme and sends a letter to Regular HalfHoliday olank so that they may be Hated Has Exceeded Of 5/J In. Five
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office here. five of his friends, your name In this enumeration.It .

South This newest and most fantasticof gradually advances until when It Is very Important that the $20JOOOAPPROVED Years "

the proposals to bring back reaches the top It is contained In county should get the benefit --- '.r I

ICE PASSES RESOLU. prosperity: Is said to have originated 15,629: : letters, netting you-If everything TO CONTINUE THROUGH of Us entire population as many FARM PROJECTS STARKE HAS LOST ONLY (' ;,

GOES TO SENATE I way out' In Denver, Colorado, works out like It should AU:. ALVAREZ. SAYS state and federal funds are ap- NOW TOTAL 112 20 PERSONS SINCE 1930 f, ,
ON, and naively proposes that for the 19,629: : dimes -- propriated to counties on the -

Irley -Johns. Bradfordy Investment of a dime you get a The Post Office Department In Starke business and professional basis of population. Between $22,000 and $23,000 Unofficial census tabulationsthis

E. in the state return of $1,962.90., Sounds In- Washington' Is reported to have men will take to the lakes have been expended to date by the I week showed a population{ loss Jj I ,
representative teresting, doesn't it? benches and baseball games next Rural Rehabilitation program for of 94-4 persons In Bradford County '
lure Wednesday introducedLtion As explained by Russell Kay in II branded the entire scheme as Illegal Thursday afternoon-,the date set Improving Bradford County farms, during the past five years The

In the House of Repre- .his column this week you get a and Mr. Stump says if there for the usual summer half-holiday FEW BERRIESCause S, L. Peek auditor at the local state census of 1930 gave us credit .
letter from some friend with six are any investigations and arrests to begin. for
that Congress office said thla week. 9,405 persons, while the most L "
|ivee urging 'names listed In It. You are requested I to be made they will probablybe I A i
petition was circulated thin A total of 112 farm projects, almost the- enumerators have been able to \ '
rile into the laws of the to mall a dime to the per made by regular postal Inspec- week by Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez Spurt half of the county's quota, record In the past two weeks Is A ,J i'

I states the CostlganWa.arynchlng *- ,son whose name and address ap- I and thirty business housesagreed have been approved and vouchersare total of 8,861 residents.! I ),I

bill, now under to close at 12 o'clock noon IN MARKET being Issued every day for additional Starke has held its own pretty 1 II d

Iteration in Washington. e tors.FLORIDA beginning May 9 'and continuing purchases of rehabilitating well with a decline of only twenty i

I which was adopt- GOOD RAINSAre GETS; through August 29, the last Thursday materials persons over the,five year period. ::1i
resolution in that month.. ._ Mr. Peek says that practicallyall The figures for 1930 were 1,330 '
I the House and sent to the Following are signers of the SUPPLY IS SHORT BUT materials with the exceptionof while the total announced thIs "" .'

| with a favorable recomLtlon Help Another Slice ofRELIFfFUND agreement: S. R. Johns J. H. Denmark PRICE IS UP HEREWEDNESDAY some fertilizer and wire fencing week wan 1,319. '

declared that the pro- Dumpier' Hardware, Gaa- have been purchased within The only precinct. In the county \

fa of anti-lynching bill were sett's Hardware Company, Ra- the county. showing a gain was North Starke. ,
|ect Insult against the South ON CORN CROPBEANS chels B. Jacobt.\Fred F. Stump, The ancient law of supply and Expenditures have been made inside and outside of town whlc ',1''; ,

hates, that section below the City Barber ShopiJ-.raul E. Cu nova demand worked out to bung a for such articles as farm Implements turned up with 2,834: resident I/1/

.Dlxon line." Jr., A. St P. Store, Olin W. spurt in the strawberry market building materials seeds, where there were only 2.721 la I

i text of Mr. Johns'' resolu- ARE SCARCE AND CASE LOAD BEING t UT White. J. M. Alvarez, BradfordHardware here Wednesday. Berries were mules, cow., fencing and fertilizer, 193()- ,a gain of 233 persons. South !:', :,

Lasaa follows: BRING LOW HERE, LOCAL- OFFICE Company, ? Suwannne scarce, but what few there were Staike declined from 1,619 to 1- t .
I it resolved by the House of SAYS Store, H. C. Wall, Hurt FurnitureCo. were bringing around $1.C5: per ::G- CASH 'NIGHT 493 I

Isentatives of the State of PRICES ., A. M. Dnrby,-Tii* Top Gro- pint crate. What is left of the Greatest losses In proportion t<> 'j

[la the Senate concurring, Of Interest to those who are cery, Priest's Ten Cant Store, W crop is now being hauled by truck PRIZE GETS BIG size were the Hampton and Graham ;,

fthe senators and representa- Good showers early this week wondering where their "next relief I M. Edwards, F C. Holllngsworth and sold largely to nearby mar precincts. Hampton inslda ,

I in the Congress of the Unit- have done a world of good to Is coming from"' was the news Mrs. E. E. Canova, J. W. Morgan kets. WINNER LAST WEEK WAS and outside of the city showed H i.t:

lat< from the State of Flor- Bradford County truck crops that yesterday that Harry L. Hopkins, L. J. Green J. C Manning, Three Lawtey also reports that small NOT IN AUDIENCEAT total of 669 people In 1930 an't
1 and the same are hereby re- Federal Administrator of the Friends Barber Shop.. N. Stern- shipments are continuing although RITZ only 406 this year. Graham had 1 hi
Sen- had been retarded by an exceptionally berg O. K. Barbershop, J. M. prices up until Wednesday had 324 five which number tid#
fully requested to oppose FERA has approved a grand of 1. Next Tuesday night $45 will be years ago .
Ill Number Twenty-Four (24)) dry spring. 000.000 for general relief purposesIn Smith Leila's Beauty. Salon, Bank dropped as low as a dollar a cratw. given away at the Ritz Theatre If has dwindled to 214 today. : .'
[ to For some unaccountable reason "Starke. Berry shipments from Bradford Brooker, New River and Theroxsa 1 .
d a bill to assure persons Florida during May. This In the person whose name is called Is
1 the Jurisdiction of everythe corn seems to have been little affected spite of the fact that the Florida .-+--- County thin season have been estimated In the audience, the managementhas are holding their own with only .}<< '.

equal protection of the by the dry weather and a legislature has failed so far' to SCREW WORM"REMEDIES" In round figures at 2,900,000 announced. R, E. Davis, slight losses reported. The

I by discouraging preventing good crop is reported in all partsof make any provision for matching pints with the total return to whose name was culled Tuesday Brooker. precinct, Inside and outside ;0:1.:

funlshlng the crime of lynchit the county. JThe: recent .rains Federal funds.Although growers said to be about $180- night was not In the audience, so of town had a total of 962 In ,
will do much to hasten its matur- 000. It Is generally conceded to the $39 will be carried and, 1930 and 919 were reported thIs ';

. further resolved that the ity and corn and lima,bean -Shipments amount that has this been Is allocated the same to MAY BE FAKES, U. S. have been the best season since $10 added. over week. New River, 419: In 1930 and ...'

J of Florida through and by will begin, o,mav. the latter Florida each month since January DEPARTMENT FARMERSA under the total for that year There showed loss of
session feel of May. sa precinct a
In part
igtalature now 1, It Is doubtful if Bradford Countywill which amounted to around $600- of( the Rita: Sunday and Monday In I residents with
It t Iia amply able to protect andd A few green beans continue to receive much as It has dur- warning to Florida farmers to 000. Ills latest success "Life Begins at only twenty-six

the constitutional rights of be shipped at Starke I and Law- ing past months since it Is stated be on guard agalnstf urveyors of 40." He Is supported by a cant 318 In 1930 and 292 today. 'r
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[ and every citizen of thed tey but prices are low. After ..remaining at the' local office that the case so-called "remedies'arfor"' the .control that Includes Slim Summerville, The Lawtey precinct, next to Jt

States of America within around seventy-five cent load here has been cut considerably of screw worms has' been Issued Cost To Date Sterling Holloway, Richard Crom- largest In the county, showed a,' ',
rder and that the,proposeda for several days the well and Rochelle Hudson. lost of 228. The total there In 1939 ;
'
I' a hamper during; recent weeks. Exact by the U. S. Department of The stats treasurer's office .
a direct encroachment upon market has now dropped to fifty Next Tuesday And Wednesday was 2,377, while the present cen i', '
figures are being compiled todayto Agriculture and the Food and
Tuesday said the cost of the cur-
| rights and should be defeat- and sixty cents, hamper; It Is re- show how many clients were removed Drug Administration.. rent legislative session to date has "Charlie Chan In Paris," the new. sus town reported of Lawtey 2,149. had Figures not for been the '1 I

ported. from, the roll as a result or It has come to the attention of been $$76,940: but many bills. already est In this series of popular mystery compiled separately this week"1\
. it further resolved that the dramas, with Warner Orland
to harvest the
being employed the department that the outbreakof incurred have not come due While the enumerators have 'J
of such measure by the will be
a shown
ge United States of NE AGENT AT strawberry crop here. screw worms has brought a and so have not. been paid. Flor completed their work. It Is announced
resg of the EXPRESS OFFICESPEED --_ -- horde of peddlers of fake medicines ida legislative seanions usually rout Thursday and Friday of next that blanks are being left +'a
lea would be a direct reflee- i;
the authority and Would Fix Pay treatments and sprays approximately $3.000 a day or week "The Scarlet Pimpernel, In each precinct In order that any. ;'',

willingness pon power of the ,sovereignof HARVEY LEAVES A bill Introduced In the legis- many of which not only have nj about $180,000 for a regular sixty with Leslie Howard and Merle Ob- one overlooked by mistake might : 'ij'.
value but are actually harmful. day assembly eron In the leading roles, will be t :
before the
Florida to protect all WEDNESDAY FOR lature Wednesday by Charley E. record himself censuscloses
shown. The of this
na within its borders .and toe PLANT CITYE. Johns of Bradford and Samuel W. Experiments by entomologists of ---. from name roadside flower picturecomes that May 10. Then blanks maybe \ii
this law." Getzen. of Sumter, fixing the pay the department have shown that A sow on the farm of J. A. Jor- a obtained at the following
wild In and which (
Z. Johnson came here Tues- of county tax assessors and tax pine tar oil of a specific gravity dan of Crestview, Fla, set what grows England places: Starke, office of Clerk of ''I.
day from Lakeland to take over collectors In counties having a to- 1,063: to 1,085: spread over wounds I many regard as something of a was used as the symbol of a gallant the Circuit Court; Lawtey, post r

)ODMEN CLERKIS his duties as agent at the Railway tal assessed valuation not exceed- cuts, scratches or abrasions of animals record when she gave birth to a young Englishman who aid office; Brooker post office; Hamp

HONOREDMORGAN Express Company's office here. Up ing $3,000,000 has been referred to will prevent screw worm litter of twenty-seven pigs. ed In the rescue of French nobility ton. Saxon's store:; Graham C. B. 1

until now he has been serving as the committee on county officials. files from depositing eggs in the from the Paris Tribunal during the Robert' store; Theressa, post office

HAS SERVED assistant route agent with the wounds, while Benzol applied to Mrs. Elizabeth Lohman 60, of Reign of Terror.. ; New River post office. ':J

ODGE FOR NINETEEN company.H. Jim McGuIre a burglar In jail at the wounds alr..sdy'lnfected with Chicago waa seriously Injured) a I
YEARS S. (Speed) Harvey, who has Greenock Scotland locked ten policemen screw worms Is. the best method when an automobile knocked her COASTGUARD ':t
been agent here for the past seven in their squad room and now known for killing off the off her bicycle on a crowded
W. Morgan who bas served years, left Wednesday morning to: made his escape. worms.Legislative. street. Mr. and Mrs H. M. Abernathy, EXAMS IN JUNE ,
nuously for the past nine- become agent at Plant City. Be- Hampton, boy April 24.

years as clerk of All Friends fore leaving Speed said that he Mr and Mr. Lonnie Coleman, LARGE NUMBER: TO BETAKEN .. .

P No. 138, Woodmen of the'! "surely hated to leave Starke" but Brooker, girl April 29.: INTO SERVICE, '*
d, his in Plant before Mr. and Mrs Carl S/WP, Starke, REPORT SAYS!
was honored on seven- he has worked City .-j
birthday with a surprise par. and will have many friends to I Proceedings I II boy, April 26.
the lodge room last Friday welcome him there. He expressed Mr. and Mrs Elbert S. Thorn. The Commandant, United State j*:,

appreciation for the cooperationthe ton, Highland boy, April 29. Coast Guard, Treasury Department g
oral Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews, Law Washington D. C, will furnish
addresses made In had from the people
were office had
i many fine compliments wereto here during the seven years he was (By HOWARD W. HARTLEY) I through departmental consolida on chain store receipts. This. bill, tey, girl, May 1. Information to any graduate '..
I II
Mr. Morgan who Is char- Staff ('errespondont' FNS! tions.7r I estimated to produce $8,000,000 ----+- of an accredited high school not .J'
a agent. The five and ten dollar auto with all revenue going to the less than seventeen or more than
mber of the Camp. The cllrf TALLAHASSEE May 2 (FNS) I Move To Keystone r
license bill. Hchools levies three per cent on of who (
twenty-two age maybe
< the -With the Florida Recovery Act, years
f a party was the presenta- Owners WarnedTax aimed at the abolition of the chain I 8. Bills levying a higher license from two to three stores four on L. I A. Gray principal of the Interested In taking a competitive I''
birthday cake with seven-
tax on chain stores. from four to six, five on from seven Bradford County High School examination In June for appointment "
odles on It, and later In the Assessor N. D. Wainwright store virtually killed by a senate regulate Florlda'J to six from eleven to with Mrs, and their children "
9. A bill to ten on Gray a* a cadet to the Coast. i
Brad- submits the ;
that question ;
"g a photograph was taken this week- again,cautioned amendment -' new liquor industry fifteen seven on from sixteen to m o v e d Tuesday t o Keystone Guard Academy at New London, i|
the next primary
"Uncle that he to the people at
Johnnie" at hla clerk'swhere home owners
ford County 10. A series of bills to cut Incomes twenty, and eight per cent on all Heights where they will make Conn. '
he has conducted offi- has no authority to extend the or general election, the legislature of fee officers. over twenty. In addition, he has Inserted their home In the future. Mr. and It I I. understood that quite n :t
week
bualnws will enter Its fifth
for Homestead Exemp l
the Woodmen of the
benefits a section providing for ,a Mrs Gray are teaching summer
.
into There are other bills many will number of cadet will be appoint.
1919, who falls to to shift high gear
tion, Act to anyone prepared '
general, all-inclusive three per school classes here now and will
vital. But these ed from those who the
er the program'refresJiD e ts In'his office for \o .wade..through. .unprecedented believe are just as I among pass ;
file application ? majority of the cent sales tax, if the court knock 'drive to Starke every day from examination. A fine opportunityIs '.
* that must be are the ones a
continue to of measures ,
cream and cake aerv- He will dockets .
were this exemption.
out his chain store receipts sec-
earnest-minded legislators are driving Keystone afforded to young men who wishto
session Is to
many members of the Camp until it Interferes passed If an extra
take
applications -
to enact Into laws, not only tion. 4> enter the service of their coun- i' I
Joined In wishing their falth- with making up the tax books, the be avoided. \
to be on thegovernor's General sales tax legislation has H
happen try.
- erk For the remainder of the regular because they Wins Bicycle
many more pleasantdays
assessor says but became to such extent that the I!
piled an
and senate calendars -: program up
in the to come. 4> session, house the
years Miss Selma Thortnon won
will be under the rigid controlof I the subject matter embraces problems house finance and taxation committee Home Purchased f
Scoby Trial Set the want, solved. has appointed a subcommittee bicycle that was given away last
the rules committees and night people Mrs. T. have 't
Saturday by Gaiwetf Hardware Mr and T.. Long ;,
correlate all such measures -
FREE BOOKS The trial of Mandel Scoby. meetings may become the custom The recovery act has come and to tk Furniture Company. The win purchased the home on Tenth ':'

>R ALL GRADES Tampa ball bondsman charged rather than the exception since the gone but the fact produced during and probably come out with Is a ner had 01.120 votes, while the Street that has been occupied In
bill. But there one
committee
with aiding In the escape of Harry legislature' record for major legIsIaUoa the hearings have at least servedone next highest contestant Gloria Bu- recent month by Mr. and Mr. L. t'

PASSES BUT DOES NOT S amore, Jwl Uitaf from the thus far lists only a few useful purpose. That is thenecessity thing.certain regarding This the sale will ford had 26,230 A. Gray. The property was owned a t,: ,
situation. legislature
PROVIDE FOR State Prison Farm has been set measures vital to the welfare of of levying a higher II- tax sales tax bill that by the Rev J. H. Daniel Presiding ..j
not
FUNDS for Wednesday. May 19.: State's the state. cense tax on the chain*-a condition pasa.any Three EnlistLeon Elder of the Tampa District of the f\'
to the
said this Issues that even the most ardent foes does DOtIve every penny The former '
Attorney A.. S. Crews Viewed as a whole the big Methodist Church. .
pita of a warning from one week. This will be the third trial a* yet undecided are: of the recovery act I admit Is In school Wllkerson, Johnny Starling owner of the house wa In Stark

"nutlv* that approval of the for ScOby-two previous trials In 1. Disposition of the general need of curing. So there are two and Anthony Brooks, three last Saturday to close. the deal. ..
.
"7 was but a gesture" In Circuit Court here having resultedin sale tax that seems Inevitable chain store license bills before legislative Repeal of the tax certificate Bradford County boy., were enlisted .

lack or proper financing. hung Juries.Meeting sine the rejection of the gover- committees Rep. Harry foreclosure law of 1929 branded on Into the Civilian Conservation Buys Property '
House of Representatives nor' compromise school financing H. Saunders of St. Johns, Is the the floor as "the most iniquitous Corp last week, Mr. Mona
d the Senate measure provld- author of one bill tn the house thatIs piece of legislation ever crammJ Saunders social service director W E. Bryant proprietor of Bry. ,

roe text books for students In Time ChangedTime program. virtually a copY' of the West down the throat of the people ofFlorida" with the FRRA, said yesterday ant's Cafe here this week an'J
wclve 2. The biennial appropriation.bID store law recently the nounce 1 that he had purchased a i92 i/
grades of Florida pub. of meeting of the Boy before the Virginia chain was regarded here as
00 s. that must be passed the United States Supreme the 1-2 foot lot on Call Street Just >
changed taken
has been upheld by first constructive step by Tire StolenTheft
Scout Troop -
the legislator '
Ice governor can permit east of the home of H. C. Rltch. ;,
1923. free text book h.r/3 Tuesday night to Monday Court. But Saunders baa Increased 1939 legislature
"Wen] to student In the first from next meeting will beheld to go home. the West Virginia, license veteran senator of a spar tire from an automobile The property was part of the oM '*
The
des night. 3. Definite action on Florida'zcontribution : Virtually every to T. N.. Ken- Cason estate and was bought from \,
and the law lug profora at theWoman'* Club at 7:30 scale and ha added a tax of $1.90 and representative participated In belonging .
to the federal govern receipt.. The drick was reported Sunday! night. Mrs. K. A. Floreus of Jacksonvllle. >?
three-fourtlu mill levy night per $1.000 on gross the advo-
o'clock Monday the debate on measure.
* ment for relief. $1.083,000 a Gasoline continues to be stolen In The amount of the transaction /
Purpose. The Senate bill __ of bill aimed at I bill would produce cating pa88&tre on the ground that +
now 4. The group small quantities from automobile was not disclosed. f
joe to Governor Sholts Infant Tillman the rehabilitation of the citrus In. i year. the 1929 statute had become a vehicle -
around town.Concrete .
eoaalderatlon does note Reaction to 8aundr measure for tax sharks and racketeers.The of ,i
4 and MM.C. dustry. After Mme. Jeanne Lavoche
the Present law The year-old son of Mr. did not far enough.So accorded
relative to
It
bill that was that go repeal measure was
last week following 9. A school: financing guard rail will be replaced Paris was arrested for begging she i
of died
funds to care for the B..Tinman Senator Arthur Gomes of Key
raise not less than $10.000,000. found to own property worth 1'f30Mb
local of pneumonia. with wood along Kansas wan .
expenses attached to an attack West drew and Introduced another J
ding book taken to Orange 6. A group of bill attemptIDl'reduce seal. tax (Conltnsed'onPage'' FtvffT highway id tbd later t of safety. .
for the upper six The body was to- Ute cot of fO"eAj i'muent' bit ant pat f srwtnr :
Hlgfci fop harlah

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HEIGIHMm. SAXTON for Lawtey. O. E. Crosby Correspondent (
KEYSTONE Correspondent :Mm. I. ('. Smith, Correspondent of Miami Melba demons I is ,>m 'he
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nrrntpnnilm Mrs R.
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Infant Thomas this week. We .
Mr-Fi': Westbiookand Shimon About Over the bed- wmt ,
visiting .
and been here
;: event of the eea- Mr W. R. Swanbom of Ft Myera Mr. Shipping Thomas. year-old daughter who has
: An outstanding inform the last week-end here with his children of Omega, Ga, were The strawberry season for 1933: Juanita Mrs. Jim Thomas, side of her mother, Mrs.: W. F.Ilarnnge recovery.
night spent and
Hon was given Monday Westbrook's mother, of the past as of Mr returned home Sunday .
Mr. visiting Mrs. is about a thing of last week .
of a treasure hunt when family. Sunday. Mrs. are concerned as died Thursday night Mrs. J. F. Shaw and -
and Mrs. Etta Reynolds far as shipments after Mr. and
Howard t'ntpr. W. A. Tyler In Starke TRAIN >
Mrs. Hospital
T and SC'lltbtLE
and Mrs. Leland Mr. them horns for local at the Gill State Farm were
Reynolds accompanied only a few shipments children! of the
and Mrs.D. Us.
Cabin. The visiting Mr. of colli SouthboundNo.
tamed at the Log children were harvested and a brief illness and Mrs. L. L. Con-
guest were given the first clu" A. Judd Sunday afternoon.The Monday. markets are being local platform at The child ill survived by her parents visiting Mr 1-Due Starke\!! n:31 p
and Inntructlons In the club houlle Rev. Walter Sapp of Mac- Mr. and Mrs.. Noah Hancock of are selling at the of dollar per and two sisters, Pansy and ner Thursday night. NO. 11-Due Starke u:M t
and the excitIng Palatka were vlcitlng at the homeof en average price one two brothers, C..1. Mra. H. Keene and children No. 107-Due Starki
adjoining the cabin cknny was a visitor to our com crates. Beans Angeline and e:4: A
hunt ran well Into the night.) munity Sunday L. C. Smith Sunday. crate for 30 In pint though not sellingfor and Robert Thomas, all of New! spent the week-end with Mr. and No 191-Due Staiki. 10:57:: p
Mrs. J. Russell Hall were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stricklandand are coming Mrs. W. R. Kertey. Northbound
and
Mr. O. T. Nelson attended the funeral i much, most sales around River,
the lucky pair to find the tread of Mrs. Dott Ford at Lawtey children of Plant City were very Funeral services were held at Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kersey spent No. 2-Due Starke 5! 'n1
\ two handsome pi-Ires: after whlctt i visiting Mr. and Mrs E. Stricklandover seventyfive.cents.. Cemetery last Friday afternoon Wednesday night with her parents. No12-DueStuiki 4.3H
I" Sunday. Sapp
the
the guest were called Into the Log SAo&bora returned the week-end. Mrs pthy;;;:;; King at 4 o'clock with the Rev. Mr.; and Mrs. J. S. Norman.Mr No. 108-Due Stnrke a:I1P
Miss Dorothy
Cabin where an excellent buffet J, E. Call were a life-long Starke Christian Williams of Starke and Uuiinpn R
\ to Tallahassee Monday, after Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Porothy King. W. F. McGuire of the and Mrs. Albert '1il>< supper awaited them. Guests wer Easter here with her visiting Mrs. Call's parents, Mr. resident, fell dead at her home near Church officiating. Jacksonville spent the week-end No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:oo,
and Mra.. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. upending of Melrose, Satur- while milk- No. 102-Arrives Sta
; Mr. mother. and Mrs. Cox here Saturday morning Pallbearers were: Jack, and Os- here with friends and relatives. Ke 1'3 pp'
Harold Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. night. her cow. Physicians attribute M. L. T .1 ar.iFtcon ,,
Mr.
Mr and Mrs. T. R. Burt Rivers of New River was day Ing Her sle Wynn, of Sampson City Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and :
Frank Merrill, I Evangelist A. V. Reese of Hen- her .death to heart disease. and Frank Merritt, of New and Mrs Albert Williams attended
here Saturday. Johns
.Demery, Mr. and Mrs Eugene visiting Is conducting a remains' Were laid to rest Sunday i
.
C.
N. ,
anc
at- dersonvllle, church at Rock Sunday '
section
Mr. and Mrs. Le>land Quite a few from this C metery I River. J.A'In3\,
Hciberger Church. Everybody afterncon ai Evergreen Rev. [\
Pleasant Grove revival at the Baptist the dinner guests of the
Eiloas, Mr. and Mrs D. E. Pan tended church at rtev. James Lyle officiat- I were
Is Invited to attend. The with the" OAKO OF THANKS1 and Mrs. L. D. Johns. hp),
Bird, Mlsnes Gpr- Sunday.BOOTSEY'S 666
John
born Mrs.
trude Houser, Arneta Ogdcn and -- ..- Interest and attendance Is grow- ing.t We wish to express ouT"Slncore Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman and

Edith Wiggins, Dan Davenport ofI BEACII ing.The !J'creonals. thanks to all who were so kind and to children were the guests of Mr. firm..,
Rev. G. E. McGauley and J. Cutts of us during the recent illness Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.
Kincaid. Ex-Governor Sidney and
luiaml; and Harry .., .. ., 'r.unI'
:tl. I. C kln (;on..pon".n'Mr. of Brooker attended We especiallywish LIqUID : fan'nlC\
Among the winter guests to.re- Truby Plnholster DeFunlok Springs, was visiting death of our baby. Miss Helen Norman was the 5ALtif aUYa1uitUPY 8
turn to their homes recently were and M-p'hllllp;;: Sullivan revival services here Saturday Mr and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard Fri ] to thank Dr. W. E. Middleton guest of Miss Evelyn Crosby of Laval
and children of Jacksonville spent Gill for their atten- _
141811 night, and Mrs. Fay
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Morey day. the beautiful ..... .... .. ... ..........
1 'Florence French and David Morev several days here last week with Willie Strickland of Plant City is Mrs Vernon Rowe and Miss tions. We also appreciate .t...... "t&& : ".!'

t;,. of Stratford, N. H, Mr. and Mrs.i his mother, Mrs. Jean Gasklnn, and visiting; his parents, Mr. and Mrs Ruth Rowe were shopping In Jack- flowers.J --...,
and family.
and Mrs. Wilt family.Mr. Strickland, this week. J. Thomas
i. Dan Reamer, Drf E. 'onville SaturdayCharles I'm disgusted I
R. I If B. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford and _0. a I have
Ham Crawford Dr. and Mrs. [ j lr; it )
I t Blackburn or Orange Tuesday. : easy
Jacksonville
eon, Junior, spent the week-end at This thread breaks
G. ,
''
Walter Harper
Gamble. Mrs. with relatives. LAWTEI"o. I Park was visiting relatives here Mr. and Mrs. D, C. Reid of Max- J. & P. COATS
I; Mrs. Walter I. BatcH Mills Marti Worthington J. rtillllpo, Correspondent : Saturday. ville, were visitors here Tuesday with nearly every push I
Mc. Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Chlam Luther i .
Mills Marguerite
and
f Harper Jacksonville best 6-cord thread
of -
Edwards
ChiHm and Bert Chism of St. Supper at Hinffsley LAke Miss Elizabeth afternoon.
Mr. and
1*;:. Cllntock Mrs. George All of Tlbbetts Meadvllle.of Cornwol George Ga., spent the weekend A party composed of Mr. and I I was visiting relatives here Miss Rosa Mae Rowe was. visit- e doesn't break every

,1( Jj N. here with Mr. and Mru. R. N. Mr. W. C. Woolen, Mr. and Mrs. : Saturday.3 ing in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. ..
i on-the-Hudson and Speculator Crawford.A R. A. Grlffls, Mrs. Enoch Grlffla.Mr i J.'W. Peterson, of Palatka, wasa L. M. Tatum and daughter minute I

j' Y., Gordon and'David Purdy of Ellison Canada of, Dldc Newt large crowd from here attended A. A. Griffis, Mrs. A. L. : business visitor hero Friday.L. Miss Luella of DeLand, were trtt tall',

Ensel Elizabeth Stewart church at Evergreen Saturday Strickland, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. W. H.. Hill, and J. C. Gatewoodwere visiting Mrs. Q. W. Roberts hereSunday tines t a'h l

York, and Miss night., F. Godwin, Mrs. A. S. Talley, Mrs business\ visitors to Orlando and Monday. S psie.ttt'tt.
.
'
.J." of Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Dinkins W. J. Chandler enjoyed a fish sup- Thursday and Friday. Friends of Geo. L. Futch will ( Ipiill I., '.S

.J. The Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Me. have recently moved here from per at the cottage of Mr Griffis at Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and Itarn with regret that he Is seriously } ttt i'tt4lk; sir

Nelly of Cincinnati are occupylr Sanford. We welcome them to oui Klngaley Lake Tuesday evening, children; of Jacksonville, were visiting 111 at his home west of town. ..
the W. W, Kincaid home for g'l thriving little community. honoring Mrs. G. T. Dodd of Deca- relatives here Sunday. Mayor J. H. Moore left for.:Ft. .

time before returning to their home Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling tui, Ga.. who Is visiting at the Mr. and Mrs O. A. Andreu of Meade Thursday where he is Interested e-. Ik att
I en route from Miami. the of their In the sweet corn deal. 't.r Yr un'
!spent!' the week-end at Lawtey with home of Mrs. Godwin here for several Starke were guests r er ryr'
f Mr. and Mrs. C. Ray Luwrenr her mother Mrs. Queen Deumaik.Mra. days daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Dlnklns, .
and Miss Ruth Lawrence of Sal: Sunday. '**. .
; Harley Keene and familyof .
U ,ford were week-end guests of Mr. Gum Branch spent the weekend I*. T A. Meets With Mrs. Torode Miss Letha Belle Harris of Max- New Kidneys .

(" and Mrs. Harold Lawrence. !' hero with her parents, Mr. Mrs W. E.' Torode entertained' rule was visiting friends here Saturday If roe eosld trad your _Iaetad. Urad andIMT .. ANY

S Miss Virginia Bryant has reluri and Mi'a.. W, R. Kerspy. I the members of the Lawtey Par and.Sunday. KMnay:. for new ones': you would-aut.... THREAD
;{ ,ed to her home In Green Cove ----. ents-Teachers Association at her Mrs. W. .F Wells and Mrs. Lee PtedinMi.1ieaI11'rid ah.uwUm Ntrht. "mln..1tcbl.:1; : ..

',:. ./Springs after completing her first Art Smith, an aviator from Fort I home here Monday evening. Mrs. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. AcUlty.Tooorr-etfunoUoo.Jktdji.Tdtiwrd.f.. ., .

1 year here as a teacher In the locml Wayne/ Ind., Is credited with the M. B. Plummer president, presided Wells here Sunday. toy km UM OB||m..|CYSTT ..Z d (Slu.tas.Y. tawlL. i 1I..r.E !....-.........eNW.eltele/..................
: school Miss Bryant expects tot ilea of airplane sky-writing;:. I and committees were appointed to Mrs. Lee Cotton was visiting in I ap to dm aNEW BMMT U mm I

[ : ; spend the summer In North Care THE DOOR' No !&

t ,Tina FAMILY NEXT
l Mr. and Mrs Norman Lane ot -

,y Sebring have taken a house her I .. .WA --. I

;; for a year. Mr. Lane Is connected

,. with the State Park near here .

a) ,_' i1r.- '"" :::2: NO SIR! 1 / l- _.. M\GO, .WOMAN MINEN :::
BROOKER .. EVt ..
Y7, :.. Sl1Y WOU\.O I GET TIME
is Mlns Vera Galney, CorreHpondenE. ::; tQUG' T' M W TMMT LAWN.
# OH JAYS WOVl.Dtt't \ "oJo-r.rv # \ "!\:. 0.t
E. S., Galney and daughter! YOU OV! 1'0 81. ABLE C -, ; J Ji4'n"OT/\ .. i ORMtSH ttEM WBNpQWS.
(
j'1 Anna and Mary Louise, of Plan ( ,-0 ""ORO qumou9 -=: I A 1111J : I I .. ...... '1 If ? 0 .-
HOM1; UK'MA" ..
\I(; City, spent Sunday here aa guest 'f '" T \. ." .i -
:: of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney. ..'-0 ,
''f.' Mr. and Mrs Clarence Jones and { III1DIIG. mm (7 ,
t baby of Jacksonville, spent Sunda;
f'(' here with friends and relatives.Mr .

Iv'rlY and Mrs Jim Douglas and

Mary Lois, of Alachua,
f daughter
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'( were vlxltlng friends and relative -=-=- ', .. -=- .....=--:; "':;;.. ===--.::- X\lll .

,,;, here Saturday. .... ""Qll0 ''V'1Y
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Mr and Mrs. J. M. Mott were =- ... :.. -r.:
f transacting business In Starke Sat "' .. .. t ( '
r
t urduy.Mr and Mrs. S, H. Ritch of Ral : .... -

g, ford, spent last week-end here as Ir
.>'. guests of her parents, Mr and 4-: cLL'THE T

f1i.*,', Mrs.The L.Bradford A. Brown.County Singing, -- ::= -': : : __- r..dm-

f!.' Convention met with the Brooke
Baptist Church last Sunday. Then
to\ wall a large crowd present and the MAIN THING Old MAIN STREET" By 'L. R "' Van Zelm

t' meeting was enjoyed by all.
:; 'Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen ancjn.
children, Douglas and Phyllis, IDuil 71Jx I I vaoCCN9vG
I I l +R 'Tp .
rpcnt Sunday in East Palatka ai. ours I T .K.\\; BUT-TL'I DAILY BuT1
rl I
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guests of her sister, Mrs. Irene --UIIJ'IJ .
f 1 l.W\tIWG M; Q .' .. >>
.' !'. Thlgpln. .tmg Ii" }])] OOM-f' P'\i.-A::

'.' MASS MC'u pIA w0 ....... :
BOA TDRA IN1 CALLEDCAOMtR !: Lease MAIN 51QtIT: p05T OfFICE I r j J

t Air.*. Z. Z. tirlffls' Corrvopomlen =. I TAMP A18UH5 FOR :>ALE.J' GENERAL STOQ6 ;;;;;;
\1 LK.Q aATf.-r MAIN tiT. \ ................ ALSO TA"P5; I .
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1; Willie Green Ocala was visitIng BCr/' DOC ... ml I DOC' GRA'JE

Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Gilffls thli Deem. GCVCPC.; po- t'\ \\ -::.::==:? LJMC\J\IM\ L3ix DRUG SUE
MAIN flIt";? \BiTS J/ : 'YA1BCTTBrT
week-end. '
past LtT.re
8} I /
,''f The Rev. J. Barnes of tile lIN(] N B \ \\A\\. r wtaatD-d/aert I J
T. AAl iso To \! (CUM IN orFEH
n -&OLVS I-- r == ejj
,t Rising section was visiting Mr. an<. 'ti-'e.- 1'O -- ====-== ucrmt4 HEH 1 -n.. &TRaETII[
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-= UflTEi'5E
{i:: ,Mrs. J. D. Che ser last Sunday. -- J ti
rt+c MV5TCRIOU&STftAhGCO 1CA2_ / "
>' Mrs. Mildred Griffis has return '- (I' I
t VMO ;, ""' .
eii. home after the t T
A spending pas 7iBUNDLt 'f9aw wlI :- I-t .-' w..II.

:.r week in Orlando with Mr and. A tt+r'srtalar I dJ- \ --...:. J5i I
'' Mrs. W. A. Brown. I"" : t JMAI'f
(;< N ', ... t1- iI-
J
"} Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Harris l. .. -
/ were visiting Mr. and Mr. Amok JII / \ ;: >
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:t i<{j Grlffls last Sunday afternoon. weac IxeDmuOtrK ... (. .' : :..- .., :. ,,
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:i John Prevatt was visiting his r -7 9 -
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n father and mother last Sunday af .,:. L Lf. Z !-4

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with the varsity grid eleven this By pledging herself not to marry Township. R South llniKCe 22 Dlnir ,,,...1:1.4: of NWii of 1:4I: :
thvnre run Went 24 2-3 of Hertlon, 22. TuwiiHhlp South\ (
coming fall. His fine work during for five years Miss Leah Gertrude rods Rest thence. Houth 60 r"'..., flange 12 Kant and containing '

Iradford the winter training drills establishes Greenwood of Sun Francisco qualified thence Went 5S 1-3 rod In Went. 6O sires, more or I.......
High School Journal line of DM Id quarter. Section; with the npiuirtenanceH. Maid Hale. to ,
him with a very fine for an Inheritance of 9000. thence South 20 rod to Mnuth l>. IKH<|.. purmmnt to said nerree tuutlHfy '
chance to take over the regular line of Maid quarter section, the mime and runte J
thence Bam NO ruda to Kant line 10 K. PNKKVMAN,
., fullback berth, vacated when M "'1'rEK'S su.nNOT1CB of Paid quarter section thence An; Hpeclal Mauler In Chancery I
,- Frank Mitrlck great Petrel star IN hereby given that \mil North: HV( .rod to point of lii-irin- ..I8.f>I.f>.U.
-STAFF- bookkeeper.At Local Athletes for several seasons receives his des .tr KnrvrloHure and by virtue,iiind of .it and Final rendered Peerreof

this point, for some unknown I gre this June. There will be a by the llnnornbla A. SS. AilKlnti, ,
.ll' .i, A.V.. An ';:'It" "n.Chlef. '---Chapma States. Upon my return I decided OglethorpeTwo at present, Manaasa holds the and for Tirailfortt County In I'linn- VISITBENNETT'S
J Editor lriStonkw..liy to visit the offices of the Ford slight edge. ciiry clutt.il April 2Sr l. 115 In that.
.W ",'araon. reitnlii caiint therein lately iiwntl.itK
}:,iinci A. 'Louise Snydar Motor Company. Little as I ex-: local boys, George Manassa, George played bHxkelball with ( hi'lwprn Th Federal Land Bank
.gditnr. tor Her.hflald petted! to meet anyone I knew !In and John Inman. both star athletes the Alpha Lamda''' Tau fraternity nf Columbia. Plaintiff, and Morton LUMBER COMPANYOne "
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Ednur and hla wife Marriott
talonlrnt.,: -- :;epunCndma; .AJ: the whole city of Detroit I four! when they attended high quintet during the wltrer term intramural Oloolt D Olfott. Defi-uilantK, the untlciHlgn.eri 1)\)

wry and Eleme;antes: Mildred Hundley. employed by this school here were awarded their basketball program. HIs 8peclnl, wito Mauler wile therein In Chunrery Appointed to exafute *- Block<< Mouth of Depot l'r
company as a typist. freshman football monograms last now a pledge to the Kappa Alpha the nnm. will. on )Monday. thIrd ,1 '' '
From Detroit I made i I to week at Oglethorpe and enrolled in day of June, 19311: my way University m fraternity the
PROPHECY- 1938 1 least hours of mile, betore the ALL GRADES PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER i ry;;
LtSS several novel Chicago and here luck was with Atlanta Ga. where they performed school of Education. t'iturt. Motiite door. In Ptnrke. FlorIda i ;11
writing with the nell to the hlKheaf and bent bidder MATERIAL -I
ter I decW me again. Three more acqualn brilliantly yearling squad --- deHullbed AND BUILDING
: scenes for :each the following -
1n Southern tour in orde antes were renewed. Dorothy Sapp last fall. Three bird sanctuaries are planned land, Hlttiate.! lylntf Mini tielllur AND 8KIU'ICE OUR) MOTTO ti J
make a world 'a'I waa a popular opera singer while Manassa is considered as having for Central park In New York In Riariford. County, Florida, towtttIleirlnnlna QUALITY
writing I' of t
material for ; at the Nt'nrn..r) I'
fleet would win: the talented writer, Irma Stocl the best opportunity to make good city. 8W\io uf NK"i of Hfotlon 12, \ i
hoped
I which I fame than I bad well was making a name for her- : j

ven greater In literary work. Soy belt as a Journalist. Keeffee Har-:
d gained early spring of th, rell one of the B. H. S. football ".1
that In heroes, was football coach for II
r 1955: I left the home tow: well-known university.In I I
first lap of my Journey. Lit '1111 t ,
mowing e the pleasures tha t Minneapolis I entered a drugstore + '
and beheld another famtllt 1111O
me, I was anticipating i ii a
ted lonely trip. face. The owner proved to be Joe .
i'r
nothing of the where 'Edwards now a capable pharma-
kneW class-mate cist. In answer to my Inquiry concerning -
of my
is of ny Wooten. the Jol others of the class Joe I..
pi William who. said that Blake Jackson was at tha.t
id of high school mortician daysr In< time a transport pilot flying' from' I '
I
prominent IGIIIIIIII
now a Starke which then coast to coast, and that Ivan Spot 1
,ome town Salt Lake City, Utah.
thriving city.
a While In Minneapolis I decide
y first stop was Tallahassee visited thmor's I to visit St. Louis, and while there. P

capital.mansion.Here. Did I some one< I met Percy Sullivan who was a EASY TERMS :''f

? Well post office clerk. On the follov __ S e
Governor was h
who the than Merrill Ed- 'lag morning I again was surpriseto .,} l

as,is Ic'al none who ladder other was of fast success.climbing Whiz the< I me see from two the smiling front faces page gazing of the at Small Carrying Charge on Items ChargedANYTHINGi1 J

morning paper and the headlir
,e capital I was shown through which read. "Edward Wainwright A

,he. buildings.meeting Imagine the Governor'my sur-," and Edwin Torode, America's mORt DOWN i

upon secretary none other thai daring pilots, break all existing ,
ible I
records on endurance flight. .
.
Belle Norman.fter '
ra The trip from St. Louis to Sacramento -
bidding these old friend was uneventful but on AND $1 L )
I decided to visit the
I
'jolt bye In that popular city useful Ml arriving face at which Sacramento seemed I familla saw another IN THE STORE

to gain some I II
hoping
there I And I was right; this person wu ,
crlal. Upon arriving Elcmlse Famby, a nurse in a Bi 0
!e my way to the largesiol i cramento hospital departing on 1\ FOR AWEEK L
and asked for an Interview E
i the teachers. It was here :I well-earned vacation.As .. 1

id Mary Lucille Torode teach you might expect the next '
SALE LASTS ONE WEEK ONLY yet
physical education and stil place of interest was Hollywooi+ --
that enchanting smlli and It seemed that there was no .

ch ring brought back to me mentor end to my good fortune. Our little"Jerry" ,

of the days in B. H. S. While Johns with that winning USE YOUR CREDITDRESS Q N@ij t.- \,... ,- USE YOUR CREDIT
,,11am! I asked Mary Lucille If smile of hers was capturing the .
about of hearts of movie fans all over America ; {
any
knew anything tztGO ?
old classmates, but she only; and Charles Pender, our UP THE LIVING ROOM }' ,' lk
school comedian, had made II SPECIALS
w of two. Those were Mignon high
on who was a famous teaches second 4 Will Rogers. I,. PRICES ON THESE ITEMS
merican dance in the Hawat- After a pleasant visit In Hollywood For Our Customer who need only a few odd it
Wanda, and Grace Adkinaiographer I went to San Franclaci .
for a well-known There I sailed for South Amerlci Ottoman Chairs __ __ __ .$15 and up pieces to complete their furnishings we are offering -

luce company In Brazil. Re. on board the "Merry Bradford." r numerous small Items which we are sure

ntly, I bid Mary Lucille fare This time my destination was Water Hose __ __ __ __ $1.19CONGOLEUM6x9 they will welcome. Here are a few of them.
I and turned again northward Buenos Aires. In that city I had .
in the store.r .
tlanta, Georgia I had the good the pleasure of meeting Leec reM :, -,_ ,$3.98 Many more
tune of meeting Louise Kite fgS. who was achieving gree _
was a teacher of social set, success In her chosen field of nun RUGS 9x12 .$7.98

e in that city and who seemec H' Extra Special

be growing younger with the'' Ing.The next point of Interest of Cotton Mattresses __ ____ $6.50

rl. Louise informed me .that I course was Paris. There I foun
a Thornton was a teacher in thigh Bonnie Lee Ford a world-famou S, National Springs, cash price $5.50 OccasionalCHAJRS
e school in Birmingham beautician and Sumpter Harlej

that her cousin Mary Eliza who was American ambassador to Maple Porch Rockers __ __ __ $6.98
h Wynn was doing secretarial France.In ,

k In London. Brussels I visited the clty'slargest Stool Chairs ___ 98c a' pt"r l
I through Ken did I + ut
a was passing hospital and whom r l
ky I suddenly decided I would there but Frances Hemingway SEE 98c
find Wash Tubs, Nos. 1.2,3, _ _
5 to visit one of the mountain who was the head nurse? THIS BUY! _

>oola.und another Incidentally familiar It face.waa here The net Traveling the Foreign on Minister into Denmark from the I Attractive 2 & 3 Piece $49.95 Bed Steads, Size 46 h_ _$5.98 qiI $3.98EVERY

aol! teacher, who was Indeed 9:i. U. S.. none other than Marth LIVING ROOM SUITS $1.00 and i i4r
Bed up
able one, was Melva Crosby. Powell. However, she could give AND UP Springs

laving Kentucky I Journeyedto me no information concerning the $6.50 HOME CAN USE
Baltimore where I planned other schoolmates.In DISHES

visit Johns Hopkins Hospital Vienna I met Leslie Biggs, r"-I- ,, 42 & 52 PC. Sets and up NEW FLOOR COVERING
other pleasant surprise awaited now a famous surgeon. I was surprised i

there for Audrey Carlisle was indeed, to learn from Leah Hot Weather Wall Mirrors 95c and up
'n, an expert dietician In that in- that: Donald McRae had spent several -

tutlon.Hy exploring the Jungles of Sheets and a t /
years ,
Blankets Bed Spreads
SPECIAL ,
krrr
next stop was Philadelphia India and at that time was the j I ,
I sat In a hotel lobby one aft- hamplon; game hunter in all Pillow Cases at i .y

oon I recognized another occu- Africa and that Lamar Smith wa U REDUCED PRICES r
old
Rt of the room as Gilbert Brown,,, a surgeon in the United State $5 For your tti

a traveling salesman for aIn Marines.
i '
m Seattle Washington. From Next I chanced to stop In Creed RefrigeratorGET ATTRACTIVE BEDROOM ,
bert I learned thai Myra Frank where I met Guy Frlgo who as an
i happily married to her school. archaeologist bad been doing grea

y sweetheart and residing In Sa- work for the Geographic Maguzln+< FURNITURE
pi. Oregon. He also told me that Society. A NEW
s
.had spent his vacation the year After leaving Greece I next stopped -. THESE .
1.e
views on a prosperous cattle Rober ee
I met
China where
in
BEAUTIFUL
nch in the Lone Star State oxas < Chapman who was doing grea I ALL METAL ICE BOX 2295 ; .

owned by Joe Grlffla. vork as a missionary and RonaltPitts For Your Old One and dSea a AXMINSTER '
In New York I met once again a mortician In Peking.In 9x12 <
!Iney Herahfleld and Frances the Philippines I chanced to I MAA.C : $29.95

Iman' who had won great fame neet another familiar face-Earn- a RUGS

'sited Broadway.an exclusive. While in dress New York mt Morgan a well-known radii Mtuiy' itttruo oex SIZE and up
BhoppeI
'I was snglneer. tlve dralgnati See complete line of Rugs
greeted by Louise Sny- 'had found everyone liny r our
At last I
r
8 familiar
smile. Louise waa nHknown and sizesThey
: did I ? No
class say everyone
manoquln designer for Parisian of gowns styles.re and. lot everyone. There was still one. do wonder EXTRA SPECIAL !
L I also other to be located so with hope:
met Grace
our artist
to brliclit-
Into *
of meeting her I Journeyed
zen, who was using her talent to In rr 111 yyA
ustrate the latest styles from Vustralla. Arriving at last i en up the / g

labeth"rls." I was told by Louise that for'Sydney there, my I found hopes Myrna were realized Frinl, home. /- Get ready for keen en .
Hollingsworth owned ant
"iged a who was seeing the sights of tit FLOOR BRIDGE +
ladies' In
dress shoppe
hot
the
companion toa joyment during
world traveling
ton anti that Inez Dempsey andtby as LAMPS At
LAMPS
Shaw L wealthy old lady from England
were both in
Washing-
n. D. Bidding Myrna farewell I sail summer months.
C., Inez a nurse, while The
k LhifB ed for home thinking as I did so
Ruby
was a librarian. hat the Class of 1935 was like the 3-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE


h While d Pleasure Columbia l-mate.In New for of University York meeting the president State and another I via-bade of Imes.bines so Jrltlah well upon Empire scattered some; its of members that them the at were sue all I i1\\\\I Prices Right Boudoir Bedside Rug Chair 50 ICE CREAM CHURNS $1


e University was none other "Memories of and Bed Lamp __ ttJ. AND |TI>|
to James Hair My new novel
W I Yesterday," was completed soon -
Course I couldn't'mlu :

'lagara rprlse tt 8Unatlon-upon Falla TO learning this Imagine I that made seeing, Her my'my' of fter lass the meeting of fifty-one'33 ,of once members Bradford again the of High last the DENMARK FURNITURE Co. I ,

H.

nited rat his I P engineer aCkham chosen ,,work a wu well-known.there Leaving engaged lee-the chool..JESSIE,has.MAE BRANNEN. JOHN


States behind me, I passedIntaCllrda Jacksonville feeen virtually
stopping at various assured of getting $640,000 of U,
and tiDally ar- S. fund for city's first alum clearance STARKE FLORIDA
lag In the historical city of project. Jacksonville commnlty ,
lehec: What a pleasure Indeed chest In 1034 spent 130954. .-

nits find here another .c1aa -mat., through twenty-three o.gani- fly,
w
Wainwright
a competent itlons. i
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" BRADFORD COTOTTT T-O-CORAlll.!: STARKE. ITLORIPA FRIDAY. 1LtY 4

._ I _
FOtfli
f ___, __ -- ------- ---- Science informs us that an K.V 103:3: Federal fire forestt l-'"
FAT
0'0 To LOST
! -
Memorial Day ExercisesAt Jacksonville Artists ject which weighs 190 pounds tection allotment to

Crosby Cemetery Sing Here at Musical Tea Because She Heeded the equator will weigh 191 OD-I amounts to $138,420( as *
$46,200 in 193... *
at either pole.
Notwithstanding the threatening The Music Department of the DOCTOR'S ADVICE

It f Sodetv,1W. clouds and showers of rain Woman's Club will give a musical I
Sunday afternoon Memorial Day diver tea at the Club house next And Didn't Listen To FUNERAL DIRECTORS
exercises were held at Crosby Friday afternoon May 10, at four Gossiping: Neighbors !

cemetery.Mrs. o'clock. I I tsur Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for f:. to

., 1.. G. Powell, president of Two Jacksonville artists, Mrs. J Mrs. H. H. ,Long of Clarlndi, EFFlCIEN'.r..PROI'IPT and COURTEOUS BEInICEer

M. S. Circle U. D. C. Hold W T. Weeks Chapter, United L. Briggs Mesao-Soprano, and Vir- Iowa. writes: "Kruschen was MODERATE PRICES
Meeting Daughters of the Confederacy, Introduced ginia Peace Johnson, colorature ommended to me by my rec-1 DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
Will Meet Monday May : the speaker, the Rev. B. Soprano both..of ,whom are well Weight when starting was 221 i STARKE. FLORIDA
Circles of the Woman's MIssIonary The local Chapter United M. :Montgomery, who Is a lineal known In Starke: ,will be presented Weight now after 3 jars la 201 :
Society of the Method Daughters of the Confederacy wu descendant of a Confederate veteran. on the program for the after- Doctor-says rm doing fine." .

Church will meet Monday afternoon entertained Wednesday afternoonat Mr. Montgomery delivered an noon, each aingtng a group of When Kru chen Salts Is prescribed i i ,
at three-thirty o'clock. Circle< the home of Mr. and Mrs Inspiring patriotic address, dwell- songs. Thege",firtlsta, considered physicians to I
will meet at the home the hostesses beIng soldier best in the state, have by reputable
Number One George B. Flynn, ing on the self-sacrifice of the among the off fat and greatly Improve RIBBON r
of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. Emma Ca- who fights for his country.Mrs. frequently' been heard over radio safely take listen to gossipers BI0E r 1
health-why
with Mrs. Redgrave and Mrs. Car nova and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Powell paid tribute to the station WJAX'and the Music Department don't want you to be
Johns as honte nea. Circle Numbei The living room ann dining Confederate dead by giving an impressive \,oj the Club is to be con- who Envious!
Two will meet at the home of Dr room were profusely decorated reading which was writ gratulated on getting them to appear slender
and Mrs. W. B. ParksSERVICES with Banter lilies, larkspur, glad- ten by the late Lucian Lamar here. Several local artists Have a mind of your own-get '" Look For the Blue Ribbon
lasts
loll, nasturtiums and other Spring Knight, State Historian of Geor will also be beard on this program jar of Kruschen to-day Sig
AT LAKE flowers. Mrs. L. Q. Powell presidedover gia. and It 10 expected that a large weeks and costs but a trifle. Tak Kitty's Lunch Pioneer
/ business sesBloi crowd will be present at the tea. a half teaspoonful In! a cup of hot Servic
lengthy
a the Old CampGround ]
"i" There will be services at the "Tenting on water every morning-tastes fin (SINCLAIR SERVICE
, and the secretary Miss Made by a quartette AH club members are automatIcally Station
was sung
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church at Middleton, attended to her various composed of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Invited and invitations are with juice of half lemon added.fee If isf STATION) .ttile N. of Court
and Bon
11 o'clock Sunday morning. Members don't lose 12 Ibs.
" come. Everybody welcome duties.It Mrs. E. L. Biggs, L. G. Powell and being Issued to outsiders this week you money back.Mltcbell' 223: Temple Ave.STARKE ANDKKUS,Ja
please. was announced that the nextmeeting B. M. Montgomery Aa a closing Baptist W. M. U. NoticeThe years younger. Drug Store sells lots ot r
r which will be the first "God
number the quartette sang .
,.' J. L. Silcox, clerk. Wednesday In June, will be Rt) Be With You 'Till We Meet Again." Circles of the Woman's Missionary it. -Adv
I' Klngsley Lake, at four o'clock In Daughters of the Confederacy,,' Union of the First Baptist -
the afternoon. After a short business Scout. under Church will meet Monday afternoon Piano Recital
ably assisted by Boy White house Brand lona Brand
: session swimming will be the direction of A. Z. Adkins, Jr? at threertbirty o'clock.
i RITZ THEATRE enjoyed and later a picnic supper decorated with flags, wreaths and Circle One,. Mrs. J..M. Brownlee Friday Night EvaporatedMILK
will be served. named leader, will meet with Mesdames Pupils from the piano class of(
the following
STABKB!, FLORIDAPROGRAM ,Dainty refreshments were serv- flowers S. F. Hamrlck H. Johns and R Mrs L. A. Canova will be presented BEANS
ed by Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. Canova and graves: R. Hutchingg as co-hostesses, al In a recital at the Woman's I
Mrs. Richard O. Kldd. The favoron I Confederate soldiers: Nathan A, the Hamrick residence on South Club Friday night, May 3rd, at 9
.J BEGINNING: FRIDAY each plate was a bunch of pan- Witch, John C. Richard, Mr. Stafford Walnut Street. o'clock. The public Is cordially incited With Pork and To
ales and fern.Present Mr. Dryden, Mr. Sweat Mr. Circle Two, Mrs. L. G. Powell; to attend. The program is No finer evaporated nutto Suurc
;!. FRIDAY MAY 3RD. were Mrs. J. E. Wilson Martin. William Malphurs, J. M. leader, will be entertained by Mrs is follows: milk U made !"*a.'{xts

\ "GOLD DIGGERS Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs. George W. Jones, Edward Wainwright, Lewis E. C. Priest at'her home on Call __.___itathburn 16-oz.
i
A Day
Duet: May
Roberts Mrs. B. L. Biggs, Minn Wltkovskl. W. M. Rivers, John Street. Frances Overstreet and teacher 3'TalJ" .___ 19 frWHERC ECONOMY RUt-ii|| Can'---- 5
OF
1935"Dirk
ii' Madge Mlddleton, Mrs. H. B Me- Williams, Thomas Hemingway, W. Circle Three Mrs. W. B. Alexander 'Tis of Thee- .B
4 Powell-(llorlii. Stuurt Lendon, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. M. Holllngsworth H. W. Adams, leader will be entertainedby Duets: My Country SongDlller-Quatle ORANDl\IOTIIER'S-Fresh, Plain or Sliced
Adolphe Menjou Adams, James J. Sparkman, Perkins, Mrs. Cashmere
1. M. Brownlee Mrs. L. G. Powell, W. Mrs. Warren E. .
Alice Kriuly-Glen.l*. Farrell Wlss Amelia Ray, Mrs. Richard G. William Hill, H. A. Bal den, Jerry O. A. Anderson and Mrs. F. B. Fay Yarbrough and Teacher 14-oz.& 13-oz. 21oz.Vh.AVht. Cr. \\ht
Clock
1 Ramon" & lUmltn tldd, Mrs. Emma Canova, Mrs. Johns, Bud Crews, David Levy Alvarez Johns as co-hostesses at the residence Butterfly Wings-The Big D. G. Blake BREA 6c 8c lOc 8c 8e
l s Sonp by Warren & Dubin ,George B. Flynn and Mrs. W. L. :, J. R. Alvarez, 0. W. Bal of Mrs Perkins.All Sea Gulls -Stockwell -- ,
Kathleen
SATURDAY, MAY 4TII Vail. den, Phineas Burnsed John Dar- members are urged to at- Bilbro 'INNER.-ROCK GROUND

"WHEN A MAN'SA I X E. S. Notice. by wards, Fernie, John Edwards Andrews William,_ Klnch Adams Ed-- tend.----. March -Clarice ThomaswUllaby GRITS 5 Ibs. ISc
John M. William'
t MAN" G. W. McKennil, Thomas E.
The regular meeting of the Dr. Powell, Tate Powell, Attend Legislative DinnerAt Elise Green ._ ____0 __-
& Geo. O'Brlen-Dorothy Wilson I Starke Chapter Order of Eastern Bugg William Tison Belton Wall J. M. j State College for Women 'oor Pussy-Ring Around Rosey DIARY ANN-ROCK GROUND
:"''5' I Itar will be held at the Chapter .,John M. Williams
:33" S UN-MON.. May 5th and 8th I oom Monday night at 8 o'clock, Brownlee, T. T, Long, Mr. Syd- Students at Florida State Col- -Nina? 1 Bishop MEAL 5 Ibs. 12c
*( Doden, Isam Cone, Judge Tumblin, the
"LIFE BEGINS All members urged to attend and lege for Women, had oppor- Toothbrush-The Very
cello, Mr
Adam S. ____ _
i John Chapman, Markey tunity of meeting members of the -- =
members welcomed. o
AT 40"Will visitIng L. W.Cickliter Good Cow-.----De Leone
Hal
? EDNA HART W. M. F. Morgan, F. C. lop Florida Legislature last WpJnes- Yarbrough IONA SPAGHETTI ORMACARONI

Roger EVA ANDERSON Sec'y.The William T Week lay night, April 2-1, when the lawmakers RowGerman Fay Folk Tune,
1 Richard Rochelle Cromwell Hudson Federal soldiers in War Between were guests of the College Lightly Long Ago.Arr by Klncella 3 7oz.pkgs 12c
Michigan Schoolmasters' the States: L. C. Hull, Mr. Adams, it dinner In tie college dining .ong Ida Lulu Davis

{ CASH NITE c:rub Is ceelbratlng Its fifteenth an- John Powell Mr. Chase, Dr. Vincent mil. Echo SongTheArrival of
TUESDAY MAY 7TH Norcross, Mr. East.nan hundred and eight students RIPE-FULL PACK
I iversary In April. : Castelly One light John M. Williams IONA-RED
!\ -.- Mr. Hartpence. served as official hostesses at the
}ff. TITES-WED., MAY 7 & 8 Miss Calma Gann of Nashville, Spanish American War: Isaiah affair and arranged that the leg- The Happy Jacqueline Farmer Andrews_..Schumann TOMATOES 3 No. 2 cans 25c

'"f "CHARLIE CHAN 1 cnn, owns a dog that was born D. Wynn George M. Inman, W. E slatora be seated at dinner among, Sara Barefoot __ .____ u __ __ ___
:J; IN LONDON" '\Ithout a tall. Thorough he students ,doming from the Duets; >At the Dancing School___. ,
'It World War voldiera: Willie J. counties which they represent. .. ._ .. ... Anthony
-- -- OLYMPIA
Warner Olund -
",I, ones, Frederick Lagergren Wiley Bradford County girls enjoying Indian Chief_Strickland BRAND High QualitySelected
Little
OI'EN DAY AND NIGHTHALES Vainwrlght A..J. McMillan, Van he dinner were Misses Lois Ad- SoakedPEAS NUT LEV
S:ot TMURS-FRI, MAY 0 & 10 Clarice and Arch Thomasaides'
':' B. Hamrlck Jack Murdon. ins, Mary Brownlee, Lois Cornelia Dance- John M. Williams
: "THE SCARLET
-" .Long, Alice Mae Marguerite Pre- Old Folks At Home__.___Stephen OLEOPer
l PIMPERNEL" When Allen Johnson of Bellalre,f att, Evelyn Stump and Marjorie31eanor Foster
aJ 0", got out of bed he stretched so Stump,of Starke and Miss
I,. Leslie Howard-Merle Oberon Louise Stern
::1; ON ROAD THIRTEEN hard he threw his shoulder)out of orothy Agnes Swanbom of Law- Due(: OhV. .....__ 4 No.,2Cans 25 14C
::4 ''a-r- j' I-- ..rI l J tey'. Misses Mat,aret Louise Dodd Foster. ;___ Pound -;-- .
I nd Ruby Ellen.Wiggins of Key- Andrews and I
Jacqueline
tone Heights,"* were also among Louise Stern GARDEN FRESH

i, -. IJheNeuiest: !Senfationf hose attending the. -R--affair. _The-Water Sprites' Barcarole Neidlinger.... FRUIT and VEGETABLES

MISSION,HAUL The Cuckoo _________... Zllcher

"An scoff Upper Room'the world did Hilary Mary March Lorraine-Stockwell.___Bucher CARROTSorBEETS Bunch oc8c

Cars Lubricated And thought that certain men Arch Thomas, Jr. LETTUCE Head
1
were off. tia Merry Dance.Heins
As one by on,they climbed the Frances Overstreet CELERY Stalk 9c


stairThirteen in number'.- -all were _I.a_..Pastorale....---._.L'-.Arabesque.--..._ Burgmullet ONIONS Tex. Bermuda Yellow lb. 7!/zc
i : UNDER ACTUAL ROAD CONDITIONS there." Juanita Barefoot Doz. 19c

.. each eautyin the Rose Garden.._.. LEMONS Large Fancy

I: ,.. ...- v.. ::: I It Yes, an upper a room few followers where of __................... MacDowcJl
Tuesday night
..a: -T-- 1 BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15e
Opens up J ...- I hat same lowly Nazarene gather Margaret Lowry
1. __
r, octurne In E flat Major Chopin
----.a.., SpringLeaves -t/: ; for study of His Word and to sing James LeelolarcheCouranteGlgue

'' .,, raises unto Him. _______ .
i i YJ FRESH CANNEDMACKEREL __
; \ Tragedy In Jeruilem" -
I ;,, I "The Coming) attention of __........__ Bach-MacDowell 8-oz. 5c
'I"t Detect occupied/the can
} + ryh Lee
Jeanne
listeners this week at
O leader and
I < .- IONA BRAND--SWEET WHITE
I Squeak it the Bible atudy-ifRev. II. Chapter.
fi,' aDd Rattles !od'a true "Witnesses" must and Pinned to a wall In the barn oy CORN 2 No. 2 cans 25c10c
maddened bull Mrs. Josephine
a
as He
their testimony
SULTANA
will
give
: .... Kosmos 'ysockl, of Chittenago, N. Y., es-
f" has said even though to heed iped by jabbing the beast In thetace RED BEANS 2a-cz.- can
(the world) has little time
:'::1' t .- and would prefer'to be left alone, with a large safety pin which nUNNWlELa
;'I{ ...., BREAKS not bothered "(tormented)", ad- she drew from her dress. OATMEAL 3 lb. pkg. 17c
Frosen Sbic-let lonlshed. This attitude of
very
; i lotoresLUBRICATIONS 100% the world is one of the true signs, ellbronn Springs, Live Oak, and BLACKBERRIES 3 No. 2.cans 25c
r Iven in the Word of the nearness rmond. There will be another
't:, _' .,..r \ SUNSWEET TENDERIZED
,:,; /110I. of the tribulation period. Intu8stlng topic next week which PRUNES Lib. Ctn. 12,:

'\i INCREASES THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR-DECREASES REPAIR BILLS There were visitors prsent from wllJ be profitable to hear. OUR OWN BLEND I


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.nt\.,', j\I.-\Y S, 1985 BRADFORD COUNTY TELICC[LIP1i. STAKKE, FLORIDA VAflR. FIVBBits
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Mrs. C. I I To soften dry coconut for use Mount Collma; In Mexico Is the A farmer named Ruel Routt ,i'o'.i

- Betty : 'In cake frosting'steam" it In a clean I highest' active volcano In North I his mail on rural route No. 4, near 11
guests this cloth over boiling water America. Sonoya, X*'.
of brother and I .'

Mrs. James i DWIG1;: '\\1
SCHOOL DAYS --- By
Mr. and : ,/
ton have I !
al N Mayport, 1 "' '' ",,* 'ti n ,
1\ 'Ai ttenaNa a ,
days here y > q_ )
\ era. 1srle tWM 1ta0.5 w VNa/. :r '.
t\o roneo
'
OUIt PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND and Mrs. !'Ie ,
l assets
CONCERNING va > + fA1t\ ton.-n\'V i
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN' !, __ I C "e WItIN': 1:tI. WiEI 51'11t11'1' tests s ,1 1
PROGRESS Mrs. J. H. / | i / BJr k Ifittrt T..1 M 19'Kt9.fAl td+ o '. 11 I

ing several I ... I IRAtrtOW -,\
the bedside ..:!ac ( !
Peek who '. -- '
t"D' E. Knight spent Tuesdacksopvllle. Miss Abbie Harley, an employeof for the past 117 NrcdL; -ia. .. .' t
the Rural Rehabilitation Office, | SM. \ CL\"fS "" :
-' spent the week-end at her home. In Col. H. C. i SIIe'. '- !
; Mrs. J. D.day"i Doyle spent Lawtey. Misa Iris, h r,
and t0t4HA De r"-' ..
key, of
Baxley, Ga. ""t
In 'ftjgORQtRi -
.
1n .
Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P Sunday 5 i. '
-. Green of Brooker, was i iIr a Carpenter are In Baconton. Qa., exercises at \.e'S 60" OI/IPI.tt ,
Wednesday. visiting their mother, Mrs. W. T '
here ., Mrs. Imo ,, IWT 7b 1uNes
"' Jackson.Mr. and Miss $ ........ t-\1
C01 I, and; Mrs.JackeonvDlee spardnesday Beach are Ro MfHt:
In and Mrs. O. J. Hall and Miss Tt1icM5riY 1HCIttstrl !:
daughter, Betty of Tampa, spent ; VIM \\UR.1\ fitaSNIpRrIIN' \
at the ( /
Lf' Aliim Baln spent Sunda Sunday here with Mr, and Mra. SO '( .
Kingsley
t Monday in Jacksonville.L A. H. Hal Rlvn t\ 10.d .
'
I fot\I'I" a. .
Col and follR. \ ,
l'f
and;; Mrs. B. Jacobs were visW Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp are announcing 'tended the ;r -
Jacksonville Tuesday. the arrival of a son, 1)/1
rs to University ,
Friday, April 26, at -their horn and
;Overstreet was a buslnes near.Starke.
:: Dubryn In 1! ,
,tor, to Jacksonville Tuesday. In I ; ., "
Carlyle Rltch. of Jacksonville, ,
L. ;and;;; Mrs. T. A. Brlnson oU spent the week-end here at the noon. ,
were visitors here Wednes home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs L'Etta j 0'I<
J. H. Rltch. ..
day for ,

[flss LIla Russell of Atlanta IS Mrs. K. W. Parks and little son, with where her she ] 'I"'

itlng nt the home of Mrs. Alma Marion, of Ocala, were visiting her She was ;{
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Car '1
Jacksonville
jin. ter, Thursday. Hulda 1"
S. Hutto, spent r
fr and I' N ,
In st Petersburg -vlsitlnc Miss Martha Brownlee, of Jack
day Mrs L. A
sonvllle spent the ,week-end herewith
abuse
V. (
-" her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ville. Ga.
,\ire. Ruby McNair of High M. Brownlee. week.
[loge was a visitor here Tues attended /
t, afternoon. Mra. O. L. Beasley and Mrs i In II'
Jeannette Klncald are In Tampa Mrs. THC FJ1,7r1 D' ML'K I
[Its Ida Wells Tatum of Jack visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs': George 4

ivllle, Is visiting her daughter, A. C. Durden. \ ,j'I
J. Davis.r. ,
s. R. :
Misses Madge and Hazel Mid
)
( NASWORTHY'S
A, E Dunham, of Ortega, dleton spent the first'of the week RUIFTS!'
a while here at his In Jacksonville visiting their aunt, '
spending
ce on Clark Street. Mrs. Mae Jones. : big SUGAR|" I P T O5Lb. GEM '
Mrs. Titus Olsen and Miss Ruby;
Demorest Is spending left Monday:for Armstead,
lira. R. F Lilley counties are NUT
s week In Apopka visiting Mr ILL, to visit their parents, Mr. and the last I I GROCERY
1 Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs. George Lilley. the .. OLEO i
FINE FOODS f
that would '
itaurice Edwards, of the Stated Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and daughter truck found ,
Department, spent the week Freddy, Mrs, C. L. Stockwell fied carrier. 25C 1 SPECIAL PRICES
1 here with his family. and Miss Louise Snyder were In I With this 'i
Jacksonville Tuesday. that Is said 1 15cLard 1 ,1
FRIDAY & SATURDAY MAY 3-4 ,;
0. Boree of Jacksonville, was; of bus and ,
re the first of the week attend Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and the:
to business Interests. daughter, Madge, spent Sunday in both house I/1t1ED UItAPEFRUi'r
Jacksonville with Rev., and Mrs Such BANANAS 4lbs. ISc
fiRS Florence GUI and J. B M. C. Stith and family.! five George ,
xander.attended the ball game have served PEACHES JUICE
Palatka Sunday afternoon. Mrs. S. F. Hamrick has returned that the J1lU"I '
from Sebrlng, where she vlsltnv small truck LEMONS DOZa ISc No.2 Crn '
I J. Davis has been confined to her son-in-law and daughter, Col the bill if it \ Pound '10 c 3 for 25c \

eralde several Hospital days for,treatment.Jacksonville. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. day inanage.that. the It CALIFORNIA Tender SQUASH, 3 lb.. lOc -,;,

Mr. and Mrs..C. B. Roberts and I the f'EDEUG '
Fresh TOMATOES lb. 5c )}
fr. and Mrs. C. G. Price of: Mrs. Chesley Fogg of Graham, at _
racy, spent the week-end here tended the B. H. S. graduation exercises The black PRUNES LETTUCE: ;
h Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Norris. here Thursday evening. 'fresh water Tender BEANS, lb. 5c

Ire. N. T. Green and children Mrs. J. C. Adkins and Mrs protection nerclal 2 lbs. 15c NEW POTATOES, 16. 5c 2 Heads 15c ::1.
nt Tuesday In Highland with Brannon Ogllvle, of Gainesville; stature
mother, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. were guests Friday of Mrs. A. Z. After a i'
I
Adklns and Mrs. M. E. Edwards. proponents FINEST 2 Ibs. .,25c A
Ir. and 1 /
Mrs M. D. Carter Mrs sale, COMPOUND I,
'Ie Johns and C. G. Strickland, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee 'and Mra.J. commercial; ; 12' :
nt last Friday in Jacksonville. M. Brownlee were luncheon passed their 2C
guests Wednesday of Judge and a scattering Pound 4 Ibs. 50c
fr and Mra. J. F. Shaw and Mrs.. A. V. Long In Gainesville.Mrs. Senate u
j
idren of the State Farm, were vorable and '
Iron here Saturday afternoon. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. W. >. to sign the '
Besaant. Jr.. Mrs. Charles Imbacti k;
PEANUTBUTTERlb.19c
MACKEREL 3
re. O. A Andreu with Mrs. L and Miss Mrytle Strickland, were Creation cans I
Dinkins of Lawtey, spent last visitors to Jacksonville Wednes an / .
'sday shopping in Jacksonville day month from ,
C1IARMEIt Ton 3 No 2 2
ncome as atoes cans c
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight; .spent Miss Miriam Jacobs has returned he federal MATCHES
ight attended court while there. spent the past several months ala louse bill

member of the school faculty Chappell of 15c Corn or Peas No2 can 12c 2 Pkg. 15c y
*r. and bin P. M. Barefoot there. may solve ; Can yS
1 daughter Sara, spent Sunday
ng problems
*rnoon with relatives at Brook.feibn Mrs. J. M. Mitchell returned to ature. i
.f S
Quincy Monday with Mrs. G. W Since just POTATOES 10 Lbs. 12c y
had
Lamar for a visit. Mrs. Lamar ned nothing SHKELIAif0'9
Strlngfellow of the State spent several days here with Mrs, Relief i
rm. l Is ( b
the
guest of her
grand- Mitchell tins; with PORN 1tE9T T\DLfIJ TUh1AT0
ants, Mr, and Mrs. M. D. Car- demand for
CATSUP ;
Mrs. Nat Sternberg Miss Ruth Florida of FLAKES P'EACHESNo21', C a n 15c ,
Sternberg, Miss Rosalind Jacobs, 3. year. II-oz. nottl" :
r. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter Miss Harriet Brown and Mrs. Jun- ed in hln 3 for 25cf IJrFnR cnVSIIED 12 i iPEAItL.1S'111TE !
little ZC
daughter of Jacksonville, us M Smith were in Daytona 1,000,000 in

nt the weekend here with rela- Thursday.Mr. ng Crappell state PINEAPPLE N 0. 2 can 15c HWEETl\IIX ,'\

e.U. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., hortly after GRITS -- PICKLES

Hiss aM Myrtle Mrs. Charles Strickland Imbach were rens are ,spending South Carolina two weeks visiting in Lau-Mr.Mundy's lays relief ; 8 Lb. 25c Pork & Beans 16-oz en 5c Qt. Jar 15c
lore
to Brooker and Mrs. W. ,
| Sunday after- parents Mr. and It Is ;
;
n.v. B. Mundy.Mr. a response SODA SALT

MS C.will T, u. members and and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, tins, via Box -- 5c TOMATOES 4 N O. I can 5c 3 (or 10c s 1,

we meet Friday afternoon and daughter, Freddy, spent last Matches
rte usual hour with. Mrs. Noble'' Thursday In Highland visiting H.Mr.Wimberly's C.. by dipping > BAIXAItD'I'LAIN''' OR OR AMERICAN SELF[ RISING BWAUIV 6 LBS. 12 LI5S. 24 LBS. 't
mother, Mrs.
Wimberly. olution ac In .,,1

ENT A FLOUR 25c45c87c s
WORD Mrs. R. O. Daniel has returnedo Earl sE
her home In Sarasota, after a awing Into
COLUMN week's visit here with her brother tree trunk, E
and alster-In-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. J,

Vi,orrect'p wR'R "oors We have sanded the Infest the W. Edwards., vhlcli tur In fled the Brookfield 1'1'avo' noise TIP TOP P PMRKET{

' No hand Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen, 11,'. 15c :'
scraping. / Pt. Mayonnaise
at reterences. and Mrs. L. A. Brown and H. R.Brown MI'Y.C'IAL
ne II02! -J. North C. A. 9th Powell St,' of Brooker attended the B. "A ; 1 Pt. Mayonnaise 25c LAMB CHOPS IUZ 29c /.

svlIJe, Fla. H. S. graduation exercises here -If hs Pt. Relish Spread 15c J
night.
d p toe 50 G CARDS, any size, last Thursday C. Kruse of Miami, sell << 1 Pt. Relish Spread ,25c LAMB PLATE STEW Ib 13 J. :
Mrs. George
maned l\atlonery\; JlSOfor, 100.100 Mona sheets has been spending several daysere end. Qt. Jane Good Relish 25c Fly STEAK Ib. ?5

1a1 100 tY ;nlvelope $2.1:5.: Bradford with her parents, at Mr.their and cash Pt Jane Good Relish 15c .... C i':

h. Phone 29. tf. Robert McSwain RIB STEW BEEF lb. 15c r.:
ome near Starke. N J;,
$2.32
OATS 100 Ibs. ,
CE:
: SuPPLIES ,
( : Typewrite J Long Horn Cheese Ib. 25c
/1
III, I V. of Pennacola apple ,
add1ng machine ribbons Mrs. A. Long CORN 100 Ibs. $1.80
paper, tyP wrter paper. and Mrs. F. A. Canova of GalnesUle ; SWEET ; Ibs. :$2:10: MACKEREL. 2 for ___ 15c ;,1
tetelllaehine paper, second :' were guests last Thursday of ,. $ FEED 100
ante at the Bradford : Mrs. Longs mother Mrs. S. E. r p ,tra
ty J. M. ; ;
TeJerrapJa otneo. phone" : rownlee and Mr. and Mrs. ; -i
UI rownlee. '
Sri

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH! !: STARKE FLORIDA .FRIDAY. MAY !., ...
'11jj

precincts In the city showed a pop- NOTICE OF Tln'N'n
.
ta..a/fA.srleL,,. RFARMERS Tobacco Farmers ulation of 100,429 as compared to By law. power "eHt d ;1F. C1'rOI
r "o
the a
Receive Checks 101,161 in the laat Federal census Public instruction of Florid.. t Ih, n"Ibo"., ,

-t or a decrease of 732. County hereby calls ", Hr.bc rol
e 1 :
Fourteen tobacco farmers In NEWSNews and In HamptonL ue du': 'l .[.
I LIVE STATE on "
( SECTION Bradford County have been mailed Some species of young: birds eat three APOW for the purpose .i, AI''I'cui I It,
food that Is several times their h liHtrlrt" ,
checks totaling $1,386 on the acre- determiningthi an"u,,' '
Conducted by Demonstration Agents age reduction contracts with the of Florida In Short Paragraphs weight each day. to For be assessed the In ea!'h .r ""I bl.

Agricultural Adjustment Administration J IVOTICB .. 'n purpose Hampton"r 11. hlinl.lol'Uon / qN
t in
it was announced this To whom It may eoBrorvsNotice mane ere are appointed
la hereby given. to all credItorji nlr.. S V. Jones, T.I.. ": etllw II"
week. ... Ltl __ of the late Frank A. Swee.y, H. U. WIgglna, C erk. Fur,Hag+s .g
--- -- deceased to present your claim pone of holdlnll' ,
Adjustment payment check. to- Bald !
"yVERy.TIM "'h'.CII"nPI
.
within eight month from date hereof Graham the folloWing
--- talling $14,136 'were mailed to 266 1oIITFVL DAMAGE SUITS SETTLED to the County Judge of Bradford appointed, Ulran. n'an"l/or. k
To Housewives in fourteen north Florida MIAMI-Two damage' County or your claim will forever Waedln. 'V. JllcF.v..r and In' 5u'
$50,000
Hints I RURAL growers MIAMI-Louis Stone helped Miami be barred by law. Clerk For Jose
counties. firemen keeJMhelr' elate free suits pending against the City of Mr, frank A. Sweesy. holding said election the In ktrcrkar s

Irom-e;;: Demonstration COMMON SENSE Suwannee County received the of alarms. ,JJe drove his blazing Miami for nine years and four 4-l -4t-S-10. Admln..t.. .trlx. C.following B. Colson managers R. T, are ,pPolnl f j

Weekly SI'VDS largest amount in the adjustment automobile to a fire station and times taken to the State Supreme lIIott and E. T. Stewart O.t., .ItrkB II

SpocUllHta, Tallahaaeee By checks 266 growers getting: a total honked for assistance. Firemen Court, were settled for $3,000 each NOTirn FOCI OP TAX APPLICATION DKRU In the Sttarke the hOlding ."Id 0'1' 'r a

of 14136. Hamilton Countywas extinguished the fire.CUCCMBKJ18, Carolyn Wolfe and Frances Bopp NOTICE! IS HEREBY OIVH3N are appointed: J followln"F. ,,

INEXPENSIVE SALADS PASTURES MERIT AND second 159 growers receiving ; were struck by a truck driven bya That Certificate T. J. Alderman No. 044. Fifth holder, day of Tax of Scott Clerk. KI"kll"'r.1.11" ,.: j

Salad vegetables must be carefully WILL RECEIVE: MORE $13,483. MOVE city prisoner taking food to a September A. D. 1931, has filedBald A. .1. ORIFP'I Sum

selected and thoroughly ATTENTION THIS YEAR The number of checks sent out WAUCHULA ,- The HarUee convict gang cleaning up after the made certificate application In for my tax office deed and to 4.1I-5t-6-10.W. C. MANNING ''lIn

cleaned if used raw. Otherwise The good farmer has fought to other Florida counties and the County cucumber shipment for the 1926 hurricane The settlement '.le 0._._ue. "thereon.... ___..In...l... accordance_..._. with -
a embraces
v. the -
they may carry dangerous bacteria. grass with untiring energy pro- amount .they totalled were as follows past few days reached a total of obviated. a third Jury trial. following described property eltuat

bably since the time when crops : Alachua 135 checks $11- approximately forty-three cars or .. ed In Bradford County Florida, to-

Leaves or stalks are separated were first cultivated. Time has 490;' Baker seven $268; Calhoun 19,700 hampers. The best price SPONGES BRING 5347.62 Quarter wit: Kant of Southeast One-half of Quarter Southeast of

Into their natural division. They wrought change however and now one. $90; Columbia. 62 $4,005; was $2.25 per hamper and the TARPON SPRINGS-Yellow, : \Ih'nR ,:etYTW Township Seven

are examined carefully and Infer- the good farmer counts grass aa Gadsden 14, $538; Jackson 26 lowest reached a level of only fifty wire and grass 'sponges sold one containing Twenty (20f-Acres,Kat.moreor ,

ior portions removed. They are one of his Important feed crops. He $985; Jefferson 11, $761; Lafayette cents. day'recently on the Tarpon Springs leu.

washed thoroughly in several wa fertilizes It just as he does his cotton 77 $3.391; Leon three $189; 4SUSPENDS>-- Sponge Exchange for $5,347.62 according under The the assessment said certlflrnte of said iaauedl l property was

ters. Salted water helps to remove or other crop. He makes grass Madison, 135 $8,882;; and Union,.12 SERVICE. to figures of Ed O. Cramer In the name of J. A. Klllabrew.

Insects. pay him dividends in milk and checks $503.Seaboard.' TAMPA -*,* The Pan-American secretary and manager. This Unless according said certificate to law hall, tax be dx redeemed ..d- a .

f Green raw salad vegetables are meat and It pays him well. Grass Airways System which has operated was the largest single sale of the will luiiue thereon on the 4th,, day
thrice week; and six; auctions held thus far in April. of May A. T>. 11,15.
(, washed! and soaked In cold water has graduated and Is now listed a* Has a freight passenger Dated thls'.Srd., day of April A. *.
service between and The regular Friday sale for this
until then placedin one of the major farm crops. Tampa D. 19311.
crlHp They are Fast ScheduleT. Havana since: December'' 1, 1033 week will, be held Saturday' be- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
a covered dish and stored in :a Grass Is a superior livestock A.' J. THOMAS,
cool place until time of prepara feed because of Its richness in proteins has suspended, service and an- cause' of the observance of Good Clerk of Circuit Court, r o i ij im

tion. They will keep a week If I vitamins and mineral. A high J. Griffin local Seaboard Airline nounced It was moving all radio Friday at St. Nicholas Church. 4-5-6t-o-8 Bradford County Florida. > a
S this I and other equipment to Miami: I .- .
some moisture is present. percentage of Its food products are Railway agent explained 4 ,

Salad plants should be clean, digestible particularly in vegeta- week the faster schedules .wits TWIN HONORS Notice MOTICR IH hereby OP MAS-TICK'S given that BALM under ## ,, Atw s,

!,' and cut In uniform tive or growing grass which has more convenient arrivals and departures MORE FARMS FOIl ST. JOHNSST. PANAMA CITY-Lynward Bus- and by virtue of that certain Final.
crisp, cool dry
Decree of
sizes when served. To Improve not matured. It Is relished by all which went into effect on AUGUSTINE In connec- ey and Durward Busucy twin sons llth day of foreclosure March A.-made D 19KB on, the by
classes of farm animals. "Greenpastures" this road Sunday.The tion with the farm census recently of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Bussey of Honorable A. Vt. Ad I kins.' Judge of
the
flavor meat fish potatoes
made for St: Johns County T. the Twenty Sixth Judicial Circuitof
are an animal haven. Southern States and his city have the signal honorof .
,. and other vegetables may be marinated Special Florida, In that certain cause
F. Ellzey said that he had received being chosen to deliver the valedictory therein pending. wherein Martha L.
an hour before preparation, With feed prices soaring and the New York-Florida Limited, I' ,
Kent
praise from John F. Turner Jr., a widow In complainant and
I chilled and drained of excess dressing with meat also higher in price two of Seaboard's fleet of air- address during the gradu- H. W. Hayes, Ruby A. Hayes, M. A ?
of West Palm Beach supervisorfor ation exercises of the 1933 senior Smith, an liquidator for Bradford COLD
just before serving.The pastures are assuming added importance conditioned trains will serve this /
the State of Florida, because County Bank, a bankingcorpora mOil
dressing Ingredient must be at this time. Florida territory. Beginning with its trip class of the Bay County High tion, Mamie Grlfrla, aa admlnlHtratrlx -
of the excellent showing made. Mr. School. Carrying an identical average of estate of Enoch Grlffle UUH-
farmers have an opportunity to from Starke last Sunday at 5:11:
well blended before they are used Ellzey listed 517,.farms, as against ale Parker, a widow, Baird Hardware
i in the salad produce some good meat at reason- o'clock p. m. the Southern States of straight A's during their Company, a corporation are Heat
I 338 in the 1930 census. four-year high school course the defendants. I, the ,
able expense and: to sell it at a Special will arrive in Washington undersigned aaHpeclnl
'i Salads are mixed just before master will Hell for cauh to
otherwise the will profit. A wide use of good pas- the next day at 12:35: p. m. and In 18-year-old boys will have th? the highest and bent bidder at the
dressing BLIND
serving ARE
CROWDEDST.
noval opportunity of delivering a Houth door of the Court house In
New
; ; tures helps to hold down expenses. York at 5:15: p. m. This new
; run and the garnish will. The Starke, Bradford
FJorlda'sSchool
AUGUSTINE County
Florida
Experiments throughout the coun- fast schedule provides a full hour joint valedictory. on < day of May A. YOU can depend on the pet
4 is made and the meat
::
dressing for the,, Deaf and Blind is ?RlU'lfe:
try have shown that this In true. earlier arrival In Washington and 4DON'T > D. 1995 the 1 legal houra of of
;t. vegetables or fruit prepared ahead now said to be faced with the LIKE COLOR Hale, for the purpose of satisfying Superfcx thi
Improved pasture land at the an hour and twenty minutes earlierIn aid final decree, the following described oil

I- burning
of time, but kept In separte dish- worst condition refrigerator. lift,
overcrowdingsince
Florida Experiment Station In New York. TALLAHASSEE The StateMarketing lands, lyIng and being In
[ :' es until almost time to serve. original) buildings here were Bureau has been notified Bradford county, Florida, TO-WIT: designed especially for ux in jots<
Gainesville has carried more than
The New York-Florida Limited The Southwest
I"j The salad is mixed lightly garnished enlarged and replaced twentyfiveyears of quarter of Southwest borne in the and
one steer per acre for eight months will leave Starke at 9:22: a. m., by the Department Agri- quarter of Section Sixteen (18) AI- country, operatti
and served attractively. The Into its wholly Inade- HO an undivided one-half Interest In
ago.
culture of the State of without
:, each year during the past six fourteen minutes later than In the Virginia Lot Seven (7), In block Eleven. (11//), outside power. Just LU t
: salad must show distinct piece, quate quarters ,are packed 342!
after 1 it will be In
that 1933
May Llvlngrston-Trubv and
years and each acre has produceda and will / Company the small reservoir
past provide early morning with kerosene
I:, with sufficient dressing. The salad students with whose education and unlawful to move artificially- addition to town of Htarke' In Section
gain of from 100 to 200 poundsof arrival In Washington and will Twenty Eight (28), all being, then it and
must not be rehabilitation the State is light leave it
( mushy.'S
I charged. ored fruit that state. ThereIs In
beef in the eight months. No arrive In New York at the start of through Township Six ((6) !South: Range
Plans for the erection of a newgirls' Twenty Two_((22) Kant In about two hours *..l*..... L.
i: Garnishee well selected and -placed additional feed. have been -ativMilliwlbut -......_ the business day.Approximately. a section of a state law providing E. KNIGHT.u -- urnes
.''i add to the attractiveness a mineral mixtures have been accessible dormitory await only the action food shall. be deemed adulterat- Special Maet..r. go out automatically and yogi
salad. of the Florida Legislature, now ed "If it be colored stained ina A. 8 CREWS
to or have
the steers. 50,000 Canadian Solicitor for complainant. refrigeration for 2 f houn,|
In session
in
approving an $83,000
,vegetables: Spring and early summer are the Farmers and other land owners are appropriation for the building. manner whereby damage" or Inferiority 4-6-ot-5-3. without bother or worry A full I
is concealed
seasons for starting Improved pastures in the maple sugar business. of efficient
year (for]
,'. flavor In .soups, sauces or salad Grass seed may be sown at Radical IF YOUR refrigeration '

:1. dressings. The tender portions of almost any time when there Is suf- U. S. Webb, attorney general of Ideas SNAKE ERADICATION less than $10!

e I, vegetables such as celery and cabbags ficient moisture in the ground to California at 70 has been elect- Occupy Stage CLEARWATER crew of ex-: In Superfex foods alnajil

,I' may be served raw. germinate them. Lepedeza seed ed to nine consecutive terms for a service men from the Veterans Re- BREATH HASA your are )
fresh
Tallahassee and wholesome. SuperfcJ(
habilitation here has been
Oftentimes left-over vegetables, should be sowed any time from total of thirty-six: years. Camp
'. fruits and meat can be cleverly February through June. signed to a thorough clean-up of gives you plenty of large iiel

combined In salads, Farm at the crops may be converted Into good' (By WALTER P. FULLER) I Clearwater Beach Island to eradi- SMELL YOUCAN'T cubes.You can depend on fewer I
crops men Experi- pasture. But old, worn-out gulped RAMPAGE-After three weeks cate snakes. After years during
11 I hours of
toil in
the kilchen.
; .
,
; SalaJ variety Is easily securedby ment Station say that the princi- "
I hillsides are not "pasture. the 1935 session of the Florida which no snakes were seen on the '
almost any combination of pal things necessary for the establishment Clearing away of underbrush and Legislature has proved Itself to Island several rattlers were reported fewer steps to take while preparing -:

',;; mild-flavored vegetables fruits or and maintenance of plowing or disking the land before I be dominated by radical ideas. there recently. The clean-up Is FEEL WELL meals,because your foodij

'" meats. The very distinct-flavored good pastures are good soil properly seeding produces the best ; Since 1923 the sessions have been a thorough one, even gopher holes are within: reach.
"? foods must be combined carefully. prepared a good mixture of Wbra cut km much, .., foodoar dope easy
pasture. witnesses to a rising but largely being gassed to kill any snakes .
a bomta. Oar trim it mmU thisflees
't: ( A rich saUtt may be the main grass seed, a little fertilizer occasionally Carpet grass and lespedeza area ineffectual tide of radical ideas that take refuge there. cnanliw ..* of era month and (all U The dependable Superfex i icj
:rr"3 dish at lunch or supper. A soup and sufficient grazing and I' owl braMh. W. f..l doe palm of doll Askf'
available
.)jl hot bread with to the good mixture for pasture. Other and plan This seslon may be the trey all over oar Iood,. It ...+ a* in five models.
or beverage butter mowing keep In
pasture good grasses are Bermuda! dallls, turning point. The "may" Is Used WILL BEACHES GO? io.s y. annuls. Bud BO good tar wrthlnc. ,today about the that side
one
Sir and a rich salad make a very com first class condition. ahla i and centipede-the last does because a Governor wise with GAINESVILLE-Declaring that WbM naluK. the nod doMW 1.OM......,
plete meal. 5V.ll. .... w. omt too _ae.ta, oar his you best. A demonstration will
: Moist fertile soils are the best not produce seed and consequently two years of administrative experience "In the course of fifty years some tata*....'. dlmt It. Who to tfco bll. lulo.1
Fruit salads are often served 'la lands on which to establish pas- Is difficult to establish on a large and a West Florida-domin of our best beaches will probablybe It U tile Bunt .vital dig-*.* JoJo. .. eat not obligate you.A.B.LARK.

f. place of dcsHerts. tures. Lowland subject to occalonal scale. ated house, desires a minimum of gone forever" and raising the I one body. Union Cato I oar plata bowel of It m ovor flowln* day.* froojllvor oat '

Ij Attractive naiads are in addition -. overflow or for other reasons Fertilizer and grazing and mowIng change. question of "What will happen to raMota cat hard ,and aoooapated sadT

:' to the school lunch. I not entirely suitable for field complete the picture. While little legislation has actually Florida if we -permit the element ;_'1_our food dsey doou. *-...t. poi.oe oar IS-foot sae atuu LAKE CITY FLOKIUVR

"- to take our Jacksonville, 'WF&ovary ate niautoa, .
been enacted, few bills away
3
b passed F. D. NO.
WVra oar frlradi amen oar lad swat
,',jI strength In committees of significant Daytona. Palm Beach and Miami (bat we don't) and wo feel like a whipped TELEPHONE No. 1. ELLI"\IUE|
,j jIj, legislation type of legislation K:aches?" Prof. W W. Fineren, tmoat don't no* a roouthwuk tabs. .
OFYOUR .
laaatl Gel at the MUM. Tab Co toor'ILlttJe
'." to introduced,. type of legislation College of Engineering Universityof LHwr Pill whlih (antly tart the
1" NOT introduced, clearly Indi- Florida spoke recently on the Sow affaar bile JaI_ Bat M onothlBi SUPERFEXsJOLREFRIGERATOR
;, me" b> "bay It. tot
( cates what Is a.heo.d.BAROMETER vital need for shore protection,. in i. may ko eQ.a.f> pill. wfcJIOOMU -
4 FAVORITEMAGAZINES Showing the this state. 1 -... Rinoa and ...... the reds I
'y)1 la many people. Ask for Carter1* LMta
radical tendency: of the body are Liver niU II, same sad cot was yo* ""
,. the following: IHLLSBOROUGII GAINS MIl ..-.,.. Ol**>0.1t.c..

Workman's: compensation passes ,TAMPA-Tampa, despite the depression -v -- -

\, In house with seventy-two votes which baa sent many of

1 after a decade of steady defeat by Its residents out of the city and Into -

I the same body.Appearance the rural districts held its own

J AND THIS NEWSPAPER FULL YEARYou of bills to legalize In population in the past five years

practically all forms of gambling according to complete official figures -

Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer with West Florida opposition sur- on the city population released -

prisingly weak. today by Hlllsborough County

J :\ 4 Leading Magazines and Your Favorite Newspaper Bill destined for passage repeal- census enumerators. Thirty-five

... Ing 1929 tax foreclosure law.
I
.i I r Bill and constitutional amend :

it! ments still further liberalizing "MRS*
H
homestead amendment Elimina-
Pick 3
Pick
\ tion of state ad valorem a certainty. -
::il: I Bill
., allowing payment of both

.., \\1ttagazine 1agazinesMAGAZINES\ delinquent and current debt service -
'r I taxes with bonds and coupons

M\;\ Itit I finding much fa+or. J
;
'f; Strongest pressure In quarter
.
; ( I 1 century.fdr a "onstitutlonaj\ revision.
"
' V <

1 St1' ng'.seBtfirferir favoring sale*

l' tax, Income tax (constitutional

, : amendments did age pensions,
PICTI ..2 Tn. state tax commission. Thumbs

{ ...lYa down
on all these last
session.
'1l; 0 MeCeU' Ma..1 Yt : '- ,Y CJoeaI! .....::-.1 Yt' Sale tax sure, old age pensions pos-
W..I..1. ) ; l ]Amexleas 'i:Yr.n CONCRETE HIGHWAYSPAY
"t.r C ,.IhBAd.r ( .....1 Yyr. RO a rliou Tae ran, poultry je rasl.lYr. Ible. Other two not at allAsure.

, P\tor\a11\.. ."" "" arF-era CjCapper'.. 101lrllaJ___ .......1 'r. And there are a score more of
Yes. F ,
i5, ,. 1\oIIcI l DO'.1.. .....1 : ..... ..1 'r. significant'Issues. '
lt.. DOpea 1l.v.eta..t Nrw DAiNI 1NDrR4lf BSSTss ."' ...:. Ya THE 'ANSWERS: The 4: FOR THEMSELVES
,....... t perry -- reasons
...
)' 0 ......I'I.. Mo 0 ROllI. .........1 Yr. for all "
; AII.leI...... C da these Interesting changes IIP TO poor ........
;'l., 0 Sporta ......... I Yr. gfJ 1ttu 8 Ro........... ..:a..1. Yr. are obvious ir Universally accepted every nerrs thigh '-loa.

1.. C 111_' ScreeD.World........i Yes. flhe.tra,.... ly y .......1.1"Yr. that there mut be wide H.i wonder you sna> atsailde ethe wile Three reasons why concrete: Is the ferior surfaces.The saving i i.a i
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I-J (at.ak 1.aaadae lboe C1Ieck 1_ ash nary..1 PAYERS. 4. Debt problem of Why don't yea try Or. MOssf complete our highway system. ,markets.

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r.'l t own representative enables to made wit A your order fill out coupon crey. millions of Federal money with a lCOsf N..... hii ear

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'hb .uE elIURCD B.\FiiST DIBECTOBl CIIURCII BEHIND L :r .fr '

a FigsT c. n. Price. Pastor [Ths of the i 'I.e 0I"6; E
k unnddsy: School, 10 o'clocle a, m.? the Story Bible Told in i Pictures E r .I

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supt IN
iii J Thom ,'ship, 11 a. m.v The "Iaelde" or C I/JJ
Wo \ !!
11I1"' ( !
rnlng j4J p. m.vening aYttal _________ .
p. tJ ( ; New, ? 1
y, Worship 8 p. m. E rit BZATBICI FABIRirom
Wednes.of __4 the ,1
Ik S Teachers Meeting. Ilr OSCAR JOI1NSO1: nand ; .:;' Mare-Qoldwp.N.r.a ....,11,. ,'
s. i-
1:30 Pm.cM IU>1N'r WATSON .S s y. __ 1-1'
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Wed-
of
service, I
Prayer (
1fd.week '. 1 1h' SYNOPSIS! Jump Branch I Branch asked quickly "If I'd have
h xdu)' 8 p m-- When opposition to the drastic 1 young, forceful managing/ editor made It an invitation" ''J
Church Florida Act furious with I She looked him in the : 1
a !SI thoais Recovery sponsoredby has after ii iiinrrl straight ,,1'
M. Montgomery. Pastoi.I Independent merchants over tho her fired the Imply mortally' prominent : eye "I would have said 'yes'." I "
v |Rev B. a m. state, conceived of tacking a referendum Sharon :Nnncott from his |>I'- "You wouldn't want to pretend :

i l1nday Scl'ool-10 Worshlp-11 a. m, to the bill, they saved the p.'r. But that Firming he rnrount it was an Invitation all along," !

m Morning League-7:1 P. m. face' of many another member 'i: r her nt the thvutrtt with Tomnmy Branch suggested hopefully t ,; :'
tpWOrth worshlp-8:00: p. m. who would have no doubt liked to .I.tuanl..fI'r whom he confidently Sharon shook her head firmly i
I Evening| to all these servo have voted against the bill. It was btU>\f>n to be Involved In it MCAII- "It's too late now" Her eyes dance "
you are Invited advanced by proponents of the t r dill dun to break at any moment. ed at him. "But when we get there ;

rS. referendum that no amendment to ..eery4X On arriving hems that night, Sharon you can act an If you invited me." i I,,

Preltljterlan Church the constitution ever submitted to J finds Branch visiting t her mother. "I'll never leave your side for a. ,

Lowry, Minister the people was of greater Importance They qimrrrl nt first hut by n second," he promised solemnly. ",j''I
:ev George $ or effect than the anti-chain v. riiHi-. he Indiicen her to return to "Which side do you lIke to not
SchooL
10.00 a. m. abbatb Worship; store bill. Senator Gillls. of Walton her Job for he taut her In bring' have left?" :b

1100 A. Morning' regarded as one of the ablestof him the Inoide. story of the HiuinlHttr Sharon pondered this, "I couldn't 1 ,
rOlon by the pastor.Christian En- members, summed up reasons i "t'olltlilllthont her knowing nay I don't like to have the right
6:30: p. m. Junior for submitting the act to a referendum thn mi turn of her itiwlfriiment. Then si.lo left, could I?" 'I, '
L. vote of after ninkliiK suspicious| Inquiries '
avur.I Worship. the people with R Branch sighed RI if this were
;
-Evening g
I 7.30: P- 111. clarity. He said that the people 1 Ito to her 1M'.olllll't'lillh, he tniddcnly I- too much for him. "I give In." He is

(hrlstlan- Church themselves should be permitted to e pionoM.* to her. was silent for a moment "I'll call }It,, ,

First say that an Emergency existed u 7 M Four for you at eight sharp.. ti
PastorBible
Chanter
T. McGuire declared Recoveritea
Bv.V. by the ba
as Till IIIVUlt CLUB He started back toward his office .1'
School 10 a. m. sls
of their
bill. Secondly, was the "
and Sheran
Sharon's answer wall prompt "Oh Mr Brunch. It was ;
I I 11 a. m. to be
Communion remedy under .
BOUght the "
1 Endeavor 7 p. m. ,- t 4 to the point.' "No calling nfter him M
Christian bill the proper and logical remedy. II "
Wednesday 7:30: Branch nodded gloomily "That'llwhat "Yea? ," '"
meeting .
Prayer Thirdly that the unorganized ultimate I thought too" He sat back 'Speaking carefull and sincerely \; !;1

Caching Second Sunday 11 a consumer which would pay with udroll air of despair Sharon said, "I want to thank you 'f
the five per cent general IncreaseIn _,,, r-' .. for your attitude on the Patterson' i;
L and 8 p. m.UwtOOD prices which independent ad. Mrs. Nancott now returned wltii story"

BAPTIST CHURCH mitted would be the result should i plate piled high with sandwiches, Branch patted her shoulder be- y. ,:fl,I
themselves but to her dismay Branch rose and
be- given the
L. 0, Hemingway' Pastor to say whether they wanted opportunity to Tho Prediction of tasked Second Coming.-When the Pharisees sought to entangle Jesus with questions and said he must be leaving for the nlgnantly. "Oh that's" nothing )J',''
Bible Him the of Jesus their wickedness and told them to "render Nothing at all, really. i'
SerVlces every Sunday. shoulder the burden. concerning payment tribute perceived office. It was one o'clock-the middle {
la W:15: : a. m. Morning Wor- unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's; and unto God the things that are God's.. He then confuted the of his working day he added The River Club that night was :f:
| y 11 a. m. Evening Worship. Proponents of the referendum Sadducees who sought to trap Him with questions concerning the resurrection and the lawyer who eamqtempting with a martyr's air, "Drop In to ablaze with light. The newest In at I
hip, knew that its adoption would Him with a question "Master, which Is the great commandment in the law Jesus said unto him, see me around three o'clock tomorrow fashions and jewels promenadotl 't
1 .15 p., m.BETHEL sound the death knell to the recovery Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul and with all thy mind. This lithe ," he told Sharon. "I'm fixingup the place, accdhipanletl by (.1eamI;\ (t.lf

BAPTIST C1ICKCHKev. act. So did the proponents of first and great commandment. And the second Is like unto It, Thou halt love thy neighbor as thyself." a' new assignment for your ing white shirtfrontd. .'! ,
L. Donnley.. Pastor the bill itself. There was a general -Matthew 22: 3639. Matthew 24 and Mark IS lay that Jesus then went to the mount of Olives where daughter Mrs. Nancott. The head waiter was just seating g{ ,

Services every first Sunday. feeling prevalent that If given a He foretold to His disciple. the destruction of Jerusalem and the signs of coming Judgment both teaching "How marvelous" she replied< Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. chance to vote the people would being recorded In the first three Gospels. The Illustration Is based upon that prophecy and I III from Merlan'* having only the faintest Idea of ed around the room Interentetlly. '
Bible Study and Prayer Services decline to ratify it. story of the Bible in pictures, engraved in 1025-1630. "And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man I what he was talking about. She "It's a nice place." : J

r very r Saturday night. It may be said of the RecoveryAct in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn and they shall see tile Son of man coming I lathe held out her hand. "I don't know Branch nodded l,, "Very, Shallwe .
that no bill ever presentedto cloud of heaven with power and !Teat itlory. And Ho shed send Hn angels with a great sound of a when I've had more delightful order?" \
i the legislature presented more trumpet, and they shall gather together Hit elect from the tour winds, from one end of heaven to the other." evening." a At Sharon's apparent approvalthe ; .1i

excitement of general Interest. It -aMgttllgY. 24t 30.31.FARMERS ____ __ "Nor do I, Goodnight." Branch head waiter handed them each \\If

produced more real oratory than had a sudden Impulse. He kissed nn elaborate menu. "The caviarIs 't

BOB has been witnessed In the legislative ARE PARTLY TO BLAMEIF Woodmen Gr w, her gently on the forehead "Good especially good tonight Madame .' k
.
he said with the air of Imparting
,
II.J2.NE1 halls In many a day, old timers night Mother. He added with slm.
1 : thoroughly enjoying it. THEY CANNOT MAKE A LIVING Secretary Says pie dignity "You know I've never a deep secret. '
She drummed ()Ithe tablo
There Is little doubt but that If had a mother"
And the bill could have been gottento (By II. E. LAGEKGKEN) saturated. Do not drain away the Mrs. L. S. Hutto, secretary of Mrs. Nancott looked lifter him thoughtfully with her fingertips. r'
1 'I This spring has been very dry water but let It '!lInk; then It will the Woodmen Circle here, said this "No No caviar, I'd like to haven
===== a vote In either house ten days lost In admiration, while an amused -
and, considering the withering be kept on top of the clay stratumand week that the organization's financial i
The writer has Just heard a very ago.it would have passed. Leadingthe winds from the west, which have will be available for this and statement for 1934 shows an speculative smile curved Sharon's -'I "Fresh fruit cocktail perhaps!

great sermon by Dr. George Mc- opposition to the bill, Senator blown without ceasing the pres- next year's crops. increase of more than flfty-alx per lips The waiter poised his pencil I''
Beall of In the office the next clay Branch I
of Newark. N. J. He said Escambia. knew that his '
Neely ent drouth Is, perhaps, the most As said above) corn needs the cent In Insurance Issued over again.
his dock "What'sbeing
called to
thlnkImg chance rested in for Cup
to be a only playing
Man Is supposed severe that has befallen the state most moisture of any cultivated 1933. Acomparlaon also shown an "No. No fruit cocktail. I'd; !
animal but as a matter of time. When Senator Tillman author Increase of 72.7 cent in the "
since its first settlement. here but It be kept per like-
crop ; may
and Robbing
of the Act in the "I got Sweeney
fact, he doesn't think except as Recovery number of certificates Issued. the waiter spoke a little r' ,
Again ,
in the xdi lent weather by
Ihe Is forced to by the' emergencies senate, agreed to eliminate the Yet the crops so far planted look growing working on It," Cap replied, "but
culture- The annual statement shows In peturbed by now, "As a River Club
of shallow "
which needs means very
well. The corn, more
| Me." Man is not really in- transient merchant and the commissary ton-holing everybody they can. .
m think. the high- he played directly Into moisture than any other crop, does the kind that pulverizes the soil, what fine condition the Woodmen Branch Interrupted. "Cup, thatstory's the management Is anxious to !3'
to Among
dined eradicates the weeds and does not Circle has weathered the recent economic make its sea-food a specialty If
not seem to suffer from the lack to be
a personal
lest men In America are the the hands of the opposition, since getting
I paid actors and actress- that pay removed two of the so- of It.. Irish potatoes, beans, cu- cut the roots. The more roots a stress, Mrs Hutto gays.Officers matter with me," he said grimly, Madame desires a lobster" perhaps
moving picture has the bettor It Is fed; and of the circle here are: or a soft-shell crab-
cumbers okra. can get plant
les. not be- called clauses for the emergency squashes, "We've got to have it. We've got
They make make big money think but be- originally set forth.It along with very little moisture. when the soil Is loose and mellow, Mrs. L. D, Green,. guardian;; Mrs. to have It first and we've got to "If the Captain doen't mind," :,
cause they us Last year's rains, which espe- It takes up a great deal of moisture Maud Andrews, ndvlsor; Mrs L. S have .It right." Sharon said confidentially to
We speak appeared obvious that Senator ,
cause they amuse us. In the spring were from the dews and fogs; besides, Hutto, secretary; Mrs Nat Wll Branch, "do you suppose I could!
cially very
Jot amusements. The word analyz- Tillman wad not overly confident "Have we or have we not a Miss t t"You're
be- Hams banker Mrs Wil have ham and) '
the moisture coming up from ; Gladys some eggs
filled the soil with water "
led "without think- of the chance to kill the heavy, Sharon Nancott working with UN? }'
really means feel at
low through "capillary attraction, (Hams Harrington, captain dcgreustaff making me no
till there la gtlll sufficient moistureon "
1 referendum which he said "You tell I've lost track, 'E
salaries a me.
Ing, so way pay men big was two d
of the clay or hardpan can only rise to the loose soil anJIs ; Mrs, Vergte Flynn, chaplain: home. Branch put up lagers
| to keep us from. thinking.. "torpedo": kill the bill. It Is un- which top form Impervious strata from thus prevented from evaporating. ivirs. A. J, Grlffls, auditor Mrs. Cap pronounced disgustedly and addressed; the waiter "Two
.
.
derstood that he had already put Branch nodded. "We have. And "
--Tj-' .a'i.. Vondu Inman Is past guardian and\ ham and-
two to six feet below the surface. .n
We are In the midst of a Bible his feelers out regarding the acceptability and State representative. Ming Sharon Nancott Is going to "Yes sir. As he left they look-
The of meats
prices groceries
sucked
From there the water is ,
[ Conference at the Bob Jones Col of a high licensing bill like Ink is sucked by blotting up are on the rise, and most of + -. get un that story" ed at each other and laughted Li ;
lege. On the platform are Billy with a progressive two to eight up "You don't tell me." foolish glee "
until the plant roots can us will have to look to home grown January gasoline sales were :23. i
Sunday Dr. Walter Wilson Dr, per cent levy on the gross business reach paper it. stuff more than formerly, be- 706,747 gallons; In December 1934, "That's exactly what I do tell "I LIKE you" Branch said

I David L. Cooper, and Dr. George done by retail establishmentsthetwo cause of Its cheapness. Beans, 23,523,522 gallons. There are 5: ,- you my lad. Minn Sharon Nunco't "Because I like ham and eggs?" e
I McNeely, They are four great per cent ,of course to applyto The next heavy rains to come okra and cowpens will be In great 000 licensed gas stations In Flor- does not know It- .but at the River "No. I just' like you." He look

men. Dr. Wilson is a physician, individually owned stores, the will fall on dry ground and, there demand, the last' especially, an] ida. It Is estimated that one- Club tonight she Is going to see Mr ed at her with a directness that ,
but a great student of the Word. Increases to apply in keeping with fore, the water will take its time in should be heavily planted; the fourth are owned by twenty-seven Bannister and Mrs. Patterson together made her slightly uncomfortable "'

Dr. Cooper Is one of the greatest the extent of the number of storesIn sinking as the finding of channels more no because If the drouth wholesaler And when she realizes that Suddenly she looked up to see Mr.

Hebrew scholars In America andhe the chain. for Its descent..into. the ground Is a should keep on it Is a crop for feed- there Is more' between them than and Mrs Jordan pass with a partyof

Is greately Interested In Chris slow process. So do not believe Ing man and boast' Mexican June been passed for the benefit of the the memory of many happy sum. people. Mr Jordan stopped no
tian work among the Jews. Dr. There is little chance that there that, because the water stands on corn should be planted heavily. farmer at the cost of the rest oC mere spent together in early child- the others went by without seeingher

McNeely Is a great pastor. Billy will be any disturbing of the the ground In places, the soil lathe Corn means fat hogs, which will be us. The saying, "live and let live" hood, she's going to break that C
Sunday Is the most evan three cents of the gasoline tax now wide for her alma mater "
unique much In demand. applies to the farmer also; so that story open I "Hello Sharon He saw Branch,
gelist America ever produced. going to bond retirement. Since take now going to counties. The present generation of farmers while he cultivates his crops witha the good old News-Record. Do "Hello. I didn't know you two
1929 holders of road and bridge So-called "breaks" would also be like to be considered as puny "scooter," he should not cultivate you follow me?" knew each other. I had meant to

"Why does the Bob Jones Col- bonds have been getting more taken over by the state This rev children, who must be coddled and! the consumer with a steam I Cap scratched his head "Th talk to you about Miss Nancott,

| lege Insist upon having a Bible than $6,000$00 a year to help real enue now goes to the track own. have their shortcomings excused. roller-even If the AAA says he first couple of circles I do." Branch. Branch nodded., a little (r.

Conference during every college estate meet the carrying chargeson ers and Is said to amount to about When a farmer Is hard up he, in ought to. Least of all the Florida Branch got up to leave "You'll like a condemned man "She's very

| year," somebody asked the writer these bonds. Governor Sholtz 300000. Race track people say most cases, has only himself to farmer, who has a home market find, my bonny boy, that there Is keen to learn newspaper work I'm
recently. There are' two reasons.In pointed out that the easiest way that racing will be ruined If the blame; but his shortcomings are for his field and meat products, t tide In the affairs of man, which, : sure you won't have any trouble

the first place, the president of to provide school finances was to public is asked to give seventeenper never mentioned, only his need.i. the middlemen who handle the taken at the flood, leads on to for finding a place for her."
the college does not believe that divert this three cents to schools. cent of every dollar won to All sorts of unreasonable Western farmer's produce being almost tune" He walked Into the City Sharon was watching Branch

any man Is really educated who But the proposal seemed to find meet state levies track operating crazy laws and regulations have I entirely absent. room, a pleased smile on his face steadily He squirmed a little "Er
doesn't know the Word of God. The little sympathy among the members costs and profits for the owners. Spying Sharon he walked directly -nhe' working on the paper right

Bible Is the beat book in the worldon and especially the smaller But whatever the opposition the to her "Good morning," he greetedher now Mr. Jordan. With a gulp he

History, Philosophy Literature, counties. No bill, however insignificantly chances seemed bright that If any expansively added, "Doing very well.."
und of this old pensioning Is done, the AMAZE A MINUTE "It's two Sharon reminded "
Ethics. There Is no book affecting any part age forty-five, "Good. Splendid. Jordan nodded
which stimulates culture like the revenue has ever gotten anywhereIn race tracks will bear a big share I ,. I him."ObHervanU. brightly. "My wife must hav
Word of God. The most cultured the legislature.' Attempts to of the cost.Monday. 8CIENTIPACTS- BY ARNOLD That's a good sign. taken care of It. Amazing woman ,t

people I have ever known are students exempt gasoline used by fishermenor He glanced at her desk "What are Mrs. Jordan. Never forgets..
of the Bible. The best people farm tractors have failed. An the legislature enteredon you doing?" "Yes Indeed" Branch replied ;
1 have ever known have been people effort to have gasoline used by mo- Its fifth week of the sixty day "I've got a lot of announcements unhappily.

who loved the Word of God. In tor boats taxed only for the benefitof session, with little of Importance tern of things to cover" "I hope you like It Sharon" Jor-

the! Stcond place.. in the.. nine the county general fund Insteadof having been gotten out of the way "You'll be going to the River don said "I'm cure you're In good 'I Ihand.
months' session of-our college we bonda, now pending will fail for during the first four week The Club opening tonight" Branch .,"
really do about four, weeks more the same reason. It la known that senate Is moving swiftly, ''the asked her choosing his words cautiously. ,"Oh I'm sure."

wan 'Is done by the average col- the bond lobby at Tallahassee is house larger and more unwieldy, : b Yea Oh yes-" Branch assented
lege. We have no holidays except all-powerful and they have the making less .headway. Remaining "Yes. It should be very colorful." weakly ;
al Christmas. Our students are support of smaller counties manyof to be determined were such questions "There's a story there" he con- "Well, nice to have seen you."

not running all over this country which get more revenues than as appropriations, pensionfor tinued ca.ually-"we might workon Jordan moved off
to football games. We study. So are necessary to assign to bond the aged, social security bill, HE FASTEST together" Sharon waa looking steadily at

We can well afford to take off one carrying charges. The excess Is school financing, liquor licensingand PALL POSSIBLE "What story" Branch. He avoided her eyes? Finally
week every year and lay aside all therefore used for general county control sales tax. Income tax: Tot FAftTIfT A MAN "I'll tell you at dinner-at the he asked uneasily "What are

regular school books for Inspiranal costs proposal, appropriations to enlargeand were uNoriNCD MJAGMTI River Club." you looking at?"

study of,God's Book. Under the Governor's plan, long modernize state Institutions to CAM.. 0.0 I Is HO AMUtMoim. Sharon smiled at him quizzically."Is Her words dripped slow poison ;
doomed to failure, the following serve the double purposes of pro- Pea Ar THAT this an Invitation-or an assignment "The biggest liar In the world."

Phil Regan a New York policeman counties would get more revenue viding for acute needs and at the SPUD WIND *i l.TANCICAAVITY'S ?" (Sharon has ripped' Branch

sang at a police benefit show. from the three cents tax for school same time matching Federal aid, EQI/AU Putt.i "I'm taking no chances. It's an up. lie 1st In a tight comer

Was sl fined for a radio broadcast purposes than they get for bond judicial and congressional redistricting assignment. Will he bato dive AWAY his
and now has won a screen con- purposes: Santa Rosa Eacambla citrus marketing legislation Sharon bowed her head with hand! What will happen to his P
tract. Holmes Jackson Gadsden Polk, state highway patrol upping mock humility "You're the boss." story Don't miss next week'!

Leon, Madison Pinellas, Dade Columbia the tax on intangibles Insurance "What would you have Bald," exciting Inntallment.)

Bradford Suwannee, Du- premiums, strengthening the doc-

val, Orange Alachua, Hillsboro, ', umentary stamp act to provide an HAT TEMPERATURE -
BALD? Give Your Seminole Washington Calhoun. ,I additional $1000,000 Income etc.. J TEMWECATYCIS15110E WRI.
These counties hold forty-four 'remained to be determined. Of ,/ a,, Out lIArs WtM TAMIN ON A ISmith's
Scalp Chance of bills bearing on this I \ NOT SUMMIS PAY IN lOMOON.
a votes in the House and fourteen course many For Expert Repairing
., &I been Introduced. A MA..* MACK SILK HAT WELD
have _
......MNi. ,I It the name at the "m.rlt.bl them have aa many members in subject committee hearings have I: THI .'..$'. tot .

:slur; 10 to set rhPuf .hey ue Usndruuiir=.u.p rsipa the Senate. been Many held. Scores of !Mils have i
.a.1 Crew Mmu.. heatthr hair' 011 this o
., ertl/.llr. b..lel pole Where heir nNta Race track operators are up In been killed In committee leavingthe I .
:t'N"Itsn't, This famoue anti..pne euun. made to road to less cluttered.
::! ."/;allllll.. rlrculrtls. In the arms. Effort Is being progress R GaragePhone
I.:'i 1.ub"n:na i fermi hmir ot ... provide pension for the aged out Indications were that the Influence A PMPITUA1OOCKBUM
,.: j t't. =:.otrkt I(let muteon.'e'dMi. a hotel.. of existing profits to tracks plus and power of the rules committees; Alartt -

ak ',.or..."an,,,,,,,."nlCClot.. 'I h. rest M, tn'"n. additional levy against the partmutuels' of both house and senate would MIM4 CtOtN M kwiTX.M1AMO 120
"Y' ..n,1 nu. tit; Yea lug.. IIIU. to to be felt this week In a bigway MTt fit MMUIMM6V
,rry,1",n''h Ib .... .h,. 'U.. ,.,...bl. book beta at hone and dog begin IT "tlO MOM
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BRADFOM COUNfl' TETZGRAPU!: STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE EIGHT _. -- -- ,
,r _.. -- _. -- .- .-. .. -- .. .. .-. .--- ----- ---- --- -- t --NO'1'IC5Notice -- -- Tax Certificate No. 444 7th day ol, ford -. -"----=:

" LWK9 GOOD Id hereby given to all,1 Dec., A. 1', 1931. has filed said certificate described flxtires o'' ':""
,I, Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Nothing helps the looks of n TOO LATE whom It may concern that applicationfor I hay In for my tax office deed to and Issue made thereon application thereof as Is (1..110! xsQea0.?,
.. final and ''
report
d
fll trwtrd47h"ovS'M..1. '
my '
town like having a little building final dl..- ('", Caroline .. r. In accordance with the law.following Said certificate described ; I Nud-t .Ib.
1877FLORIDA and remodeling: going on and ..( the ISiitBt* of OerowMulphtin embraces property situated 1 In Brad .Mat of wall rllllllr" :.fq" ,
CLASSIFY will to the Coon wall: 8: ,
TO and npplv rash 4
Starke la having Its share of Much on May ford -County. Florida to-wlt: Lots candy case: 1 r'Rlej' '
K. K. 'eiryman ':
around town ty Judge ana 8 A.4 of Block 23, Livingston Truby safe; 4 serving tnbiV"* 'U1""[
.
ff report ,
I ,
; L MEMBER activity. A glance nr Itl'IMHI.L KATSrcrrtsrr. 26th lll.lli for approval 80th d..yof __ Company's Subdivision/ of Northeast cluch'lI I and all ', s'I ,
in almost for Final nisrharne. Thin other r.' ,
of North-East Quarter (
reveals workmen busy Quarter "'
In 're.
tC
Assn. except 1
PRESS ASSOCIATION \ and visitors here In Florida Press April. .!Jan.J. of Section 2H, Township 6 South, I radio
. every block Rf. MOTT Range 22: Kast.Thtf A. AL.VAni3/i
r I 0 recent weeks have commented on Administrator assessment I property Chief of PolleN,,
'. "Irotw1a9t3n5u rz" ... thU encouraging sign of better It's a hard life. I no more than 6.8--4t-6.21 Under the said t 11r..I Issued was 6-S-lit-G-ut.City of Stark I' to,
back from New York before I In th<* name of Livingston Truby Ac:
. time locally. get
; .. -" -- -- -- ('1..1: K'N ..II'"OR'I'nepol.t Co.
-- -
and Entered as Second Class Work Is progressing rapidly on have to pack jnay hand bag and MHrko, Via.. May 1, 1985. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed AOTICR OF .t IIOp i "--
Published Weekly on Fridays the new $10,000 store building being highball for New Orleans to attend of the Clerk of the CircuitCourt I according to law tax deed the Office at Starke. Florida In and for Bradford County. will Issue thereon on the 18th day power vostvii' 'n ,
Matter at the Post constructed on Call Street for the Golden Jubilee Convention of Florida, on account of taxes assessed of May A. I). 1936. the laws of )h'Iurld c, then

... .. -- _. -- -. Congressman R. A. Green. There the National Editorial Association, for the ;year 193f.I Dated this 18th day of April A.D. County PUbllo; Flo.'lda Instruction ,V liueb'II',

E. L. Matthews----- __ ___ ____________Editor and Owner U enough of It completed to tell and to make masters worse they C. A. KNIOHT.Tax Collector .: .886. A. J. THO\fAR. election to L. .here. <' ?, theSIli.dlOt"!,

.. .. .- .. .. that it will be an attractive addition tell me I'm scheduled to annoy the I lieu: nil UIFOIH.'OIJNTY<< Clerk i>t Circuit Court, In houses Woodla In'llawtev.n "flaVru"nNu'ii,'iMiJ!: .b-
'
tonnlr frovr Florida. I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE to our downtown section. delegates with some kind of a talk To Balance due --'___ 4,533.84 4-19-5t-6-17.Bradford County "ri':1 | i ,
Other structures under about something or other. I have" Mv amount collected .__ .- 428.34 dlsl. shallse"Molluteerequ'
new way
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance at the present time are the city- not decided on my subject yet but To Bnlanne Fin clue unit.Forfeiture.________ 4,107.00 'NotlCH NOVILIC Is hereby OK given HAI.K' that under dutVict' should "i. V'M,1";;!!:": .'M

Advertising Rates on Application owned recreational center at the I can promise you It won't be a To lliilance due _______. 3.400.01Ry and by virtue of that certain determine the amount <"f mil!" .W

I .. .. FERA airport and a shipping plat. LONG speech although It may be To amount Bulunce Collected due ______._________ 3.080.26 3\9.75 writ 19,1935*>f by execution and under Issued the on hand March and I A bo jag-wEt"assessed fur against the the'.nH"I";ansojeu! ,':

form for the- use of Bradford County more or leas HOOEY. ('oan'" lined -",l D.ld.e: seal of the Tax Collector of the City h I .
when the Legislature passes a To nalaiue' due ____ 0,800.08amount of For the put'pose of l'Ol' wake opStarke, Florida wherein City
Somebody us up fruit and vegetable growers. When I came through Washington By collected ___ .__ 839 51 Florida: Is the plaintiff and election In Luwte Hi, !' 'f.:K
_..__._____ Htarke are named: A. If, 11, ,' '>(
+ bill. Extensive remodeling Is being on my return I tried to gat To Balance due e.lttO.Ol Corpenlng'n Drug Store now known Itosler, J. M. Reddish, "le'! if, J.n,,
,; done at the DeWitt C. Jones Into the Senate chamber wllera 0 To ]Dalance due u
levied and will sell
, Home and when Name ______ I have upon For the purpose of
neral National 1,06n,88
FU'j they were havln' a By amount collected and best bidder for h.lding' '
to the highest election py
The Blue Eagle in now hovering over the poultry indus- this building will have an Callln' Contest but it had been announced To Halance due ,_.__--_ 10267.60 cash on June 3rd A. D. 19.5 duringthe 8 the following In Woodla. are 'n DlHtrl! '

tive brick front. Boree & Gld- I that Huey would do his To Balance Count.Polls due, .:__:...:_____ 308.00ny legal hours of sale, at said of drugstore Call "ll.ll"...d.. Shad Thonlpenn 01'1'0101'L fu
at the k
try. located corner Phillip. Horace ,
funeral directors also tell- amount collected_"_ 20.00 : Norm", '.,It,
o ding, are stuff that afternoop. and I'm To Balance due _____._____ 188,00 and Walnut /Streets: Starke Brad : 4-13-6t.6-10.
enlarging and modernizing their In' you a guy couldn't have gottenIn Tol.l Bab-School R...'.. --

,\' : A business is like a farm crop. It won't, grow without headquarters here on Tenth Street. that place with a dark lantern To Hy amount Balance collected due _h________ 10.847.38 1,021.48 .,...

1 attention. The opening of a canning center and a jimmy. "I here and the construction of a Civilian the door was two blocks long '0..1 Knb-Srhool Bonded -
To Balaneir due __ _____. 6,03910
Conservation Corps Camp with the customers sobbln' andcryln'
By amount collected ...__- 8a6.10
t Speaking of law violation the law of courtesy is con- nearby might be placed under the for just one look. To Balance due...'.___Pr..lonTo ..______ 6.403,011Wl'.o.

" heading of miscellaneous Improve It seems that'all a guy has to Balance due __, _--_ __ B66.71
atanlly broken. ments. do now days to get ahead in the By amount collected ______ <>'.2v 15 Farms
0 To Balance due __________ 818.42
his
Several other minor projects are world Is simply get up on toad llrldne Interest

,\ Wonder who tends the cattle out west now that all the under way and the general pictureIs hind legs and call somebody else a A NlnklHK Fund__ __ I QBBMM ___ _.
To Dalancu due __ ___ 25'11J ?5
\ cow-boys are in the circus? one of Increased activity on th. big so and so. By amount collected _____,_ 3.191.88 MOST UNUSUAL
FIFTEEN FARM
'y; business front.However I heard considerable talk up To Balance due _______... 23,821.57NOTICR BARGAINS

-0 on phases of construction north about'< a third party. The I

>, Some people fear the truth so much until they hardly seems to be lagging behind Democrats are Inclined to laugh It M'STER'II Is hereby IIA.given..} that under -

*. ever get around to telling it. here and it Is the one that Is needed off and say "Why a third party and by virtue at a Final Decree exceptionally
: perhaps more than all others- when there Isn't even a second anymore Foreclosure" made and rendered
'" o hy the Honorable A. Z. Atlklns,
new homes. With every available ?" .but others believe that Judge of the Circuit Court of the
I. Why have day-light saving time when most people don't house occupied and some families followers of Long Coughlin and >6th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In Easy Terms
In Chancery
: use what they have already? actually forced to live In nearby Townsend may get together'and and ,for dated Bradford April 23rd County 1935 In that h ,

towns and commute to Starke for succeed in messing up things. They certain cause therein lately pending t'i'>,'' '
0 between The Federal Land Bank or .. NOW IS TilE TIME
business, the great need here
point out that such a movement .
and Hugh I.
After the wealth is shared it will be great fun to make seems to be small modern houses would be costly to the Democrats Columbia Hrownlee and Plaintiff lies Dougherty. Widow TO BUYDON'TI

a touch from the town loafer. for rental purposes. as the bulk of the votes such a Defendants, the uncle..l..ned.who -, WAIT AND WISH
was therein appolnetd as Bperial YOU HAD.
Perhaps activity on this side of following would get,-would come Master In Chancery to execute

the construction scene Is always from democratic territory and the same', will nn' Monday, the. Srd
No will dispute the fact that "Honesty Is The Best day of June 19.IB.'during the legal
one slower to get started than in the servo to throw all conservative hours of sale before the CourtHouse COME IN LET U'S SHOW YOU

1\; Policy"- -for the other fellow. business field. However It Is to votes solidly behind. .the Republican Door, In Stai'he, Florida sell
\ to the highest and best bidder forl..h.
houHes
be that
hoped some new candidate.
0 the following described lands
a will be built before too many families situate lying! and being In HradforA! WILSON REALTY CORP'N.GOODYEAR
': Our idea of a soft job is that of a key-hole columnist: are forced to move on to other But no one.'really knows what County, Florida, to-wlt: .
will happen and In the meantime Northeast quarter of Southwest '-"
:1' when glass houses come into style. towns for lack of nccomodatlona Roosevelt Is the dominant and quarter, and Northwest quarter'
here. of Southeast quarter, and Westhalf
most popular'figure in the nation.
of Northeast quarter of

,it' Don't laugh at the ancient automobile;; you pass on the i FOR COUNTRY----o-WRITERS! When his picture, was thrown on Southeast. quarter, quarter of Southeast, and Southeast quarter .. -

; l' road. Chances are that it is paid for. Of great Interest to our country the the screen, "Time of a Washington Marches On"theatreIn program ,* and quarter Blast of Houtheast half of Southwest quarter .

iv coi respondents and their friends In all. In Section II. Township
the applause was tremendous
' 0 South Range 21 East
the recognition which Is being
{ Laugh and the world will wonder how you managed to, ; while the Washington paper containing 160 acres, -
given to rural writers in a nation- with the appurtenances. Hald sale > '
for the antt-adminis
: ( pay the final installment on your furniture. wide content by a national farm are most part to b* made pursuant to said Decree <
latration and staunchly Republican to satisfy. the same. and ..costs.K. .
'r 0 magazine.A the bulk of the people In K. FERRYMAN.::
prize of $50 is to be given As Special ,,Master in Chancery REMEMBER
Some senators and representatives nowadays represent Washington swear. by the Presi- 4-26-01-8-24..
annually for the best Item of rural -

' only those people whom they fear the most. news published In the columns dent. LAnd ''tI\8'rF.II'I! 5'61.5' -'-
NOTICW IK hereby given that under --
I' of a country The first I\
' -- 0 newspaper of Final
; right at this time when and by virtue a Degreeof

.: The man who creates the most noise about service in a close contest on Is May now 20.under way and will Senator'' Tlllman i Is ravin' an J by Foreclosure the Honorable made A.and Z. rendered:Ad kins, -

-: toarln' his half'about the CHAIN Judge of the Circuit Court of the '
cafe is the who ordered WHEN
usually one hamburger. Writers their friends, and their 36th Judicial Circuit of Florida In ,
evil a lot of folks here In Tampaare .
editors are all Invited to send in and for Bradford County, In Chan
o- wad In' In uprto.thelr necks for eery dated April 23rd 1935, In that

'r There are 180,000 policemen in this country. They haveto entries. Any reader can submit this crazy, chain-letter stunt.It net'tain cause. therein lately pending !
his favorite clipping provided only between the Federal Land (Hank Yo'NEED LIAt

'; '. wear badges to keep from arresting each other. that It comes from the columnsof seems the gag'started in Den of Burney.Columbia.et al.,Plaintiff Defendants and, the O. undersigned W.. IPl lIRE
ver and has just about driven the _
o a country newspaper and thatIt who was therein appoint
postal authorities goofy, jumping ed as Special Master In Chancery No
was in the 1930's.The .
'a Kansas winds might succeed! in moving farms over into published postal receipts by thousands of to execute the same, will on Mon. All E9rra Cost
sponsors of the contest have day the 3rd day of June 19.5 durIng > 'Wea'h the C.J
,. the next state but mortgages will remain where they are.. -aid: "The country correspondent dollars and forcing the employ. the legal hours of sale, before 4" C/v.. }-ou' ,
the Court House door. In Starke % '
mint of additional
o IH the forgotten man of American many men. Florida, sell to the highest and best
'I' letters Novelists poets play It seems Mr Farley resents this bidder for cash the following described RealponMiles of ,, ,
In Washington
there is a beauty pallor for cats and dogs. lands being In Bradford
wrights historians", reporters for effort on the past of some un- County Florida, to-wit: SafelEI
\
;I < That might account for some of the howling we hear from metropolitan newspaper,-all these known to wipe out the postal deficit Southeast quarter of Southwest 11101\0'" I'r
r '
, there. have prlzea to which they may ati- and solve the unemployment quarter quarter and West of Southeast half of Southwest quarter : : ; tlOQ '" /

,I t 0 plre. But the country correspondent problem but aa"the most anyone Section .1., Township South!>, Triple C y'I .
\ has had no such opportunity could possibly lt>8e"U a thin dime Range 21 Kast, containing. e0acre" te., ;,
.it A pay as you go war might be all right but if war debts .
for recognition. We propose to and he has a chance of cashing in with the appurtenances. Said sale to

'\J '' were paid what would nations have to fight over in the future give it to him." for a darn good profit the game, satisfy he made the pursuant same atui to said costa Decree to I

e$; ? The Telegraph hopes that Its goes merrily on. K. K. PKHUVMAN r
correspondents will become Interested You get a letter from some As Special Master In Chancery

0 In the contest and that It friend with six names listed you 4-26-51-5-24.

"f j' Don't scorn the fellow who doesn't know as much as you will become an added Incentive for mall.a dime tdl the person whose MASTKH'S SALE!

do. Think how pleasant it is for someone to come to you for: them to do their best in reportingnews name and address' appears at,the NOTICE and by! fs virtue hereby of a given Final, that Decreeof undor LIf.time GrenC.e"SPEEDWAY' .

'''d advice. from their districts. As our head of the list then make five Foreclosure mad and renderedby
.
) E readers know there Is much good copies of the letter, leaving off the the Honorable'' A. Z. Adklns
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
?;t 0 writing that comes from farms and top name and substituting yoursat 26th Judicial ('Irrult'of Florida: In

:, The political dust being kicked up in Georgia by Governor small communities. It Is a simple, the bottom and If those you and for Bradford County, In Chancery Tough Thick Tread with
dated April 33rd 1935. In thatertaln
honest sort of writing, reflecting pass It on to carry out their partof .. cause therein Safety Grip. Supert wist
Is lately pending -
-f Talmadge about the that
same quality as from
a cow the wholesome flavor of life in the the bargain and'each give the between The Federal Land Bank Body. Get Our Low

>jv pasture. country. letter. to five of their friends add of Columbia Plaintiff and Raymond Prices.Regiiter'.
Crosby et al.. Defendants the undersigned
k 0x Friends of the correspondent ing their namo; It advances you who was therein appointed Jts

'iJ'$ A writer says that dumb brutes get along together better should cooperate with them by and finally you reach the top of Special the Master same, will In Chancery on Monday to the execute 3d

sending them items", of news and,by the list and get yours.It lay of June, 1935 during the legal
Motor Co.
,'tI than human beings. Well, they can't talk and spread a informing them of any important appeals to me a lot more than tours of sale, before the Court House
i II' door. In Starke "Florida sell to the
t scandal.I event that has taken place. Deaths, these slot machines 'Cuban Lot highest and best bidder for cash

'c' accidents births building activityand' tery; Irish Sweepstakes Bolita and the following described lands, situate STARKE. FLORIDA

: p the like are always of widespread other harmless pastimes that take County, lying Florida and "..InloIn Bradford .. _-

't"" Beer Is a food, an advertisement says. Judging from the interest. If you tell your millions out of the country every Southeast quarter to-wlt of: N4uthwestquarter

.:, \. actions of some imbibers after a mug or two, you could correspondent about these things year, and If Mr. Farley Is smart South Range of Section 81 East 2, Township containing 6 .

It'I; scarcely call it a brain food. you might be helping a friend to enough to just look the other way 40 acres

win a valuable prize. for a few weeks he might go downIn to with he the made appurtenances.pursuant to Said said .ale De* GOODYEAR TIRES NO MONEY DOWN?

' 0 Clippings may be sent In to the history as th& Postmaster Gen ores to satisfy the same. and costa

:'t The height of trouble came to a Los Angeles man recently. Telegraph and we will be glad to eral who took..4n-enough dough 11:. K. PEHRVYMAN,
Ae HI''' '1.1 Master In
Chancery
' .s'S After being sentenced to serve 180 years in prison hU forward them to the sponsors of during one'' administration to payoff -18-6t-.jff.
this contest.. the National debt.
, .
presented him with triplets. N CB OP APPLICATION
j.wire -0- l Well, 'I' got sucked In,-I sent FOR TAX DEED '
1
l YES WE SELL GOODYEAR TIRES ON i TIM
o FOR COLLEGE MEN my dime and I've had,a dollar' N ICE 13 HBREBT! GIVEN

:;: American;, women own forty per cent of the nation's, No friend of the busy collegeman worth of fun out of It already. TI Wiley Green, holder of 1-9 of _.- -- -- .- --_

: Is Mary Perln. Barker, wife REPORT OF C017I.TY I""DM OP BRADrOHI. COUNTY FOB PERIOD ENDIg0( i EPT. 1M 19x4.
f-k wealth. If husbands
left .
ti{ more money in their pockets at of a Columbia University dean NUDIST IN FLORIDA The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the County funds of Bradford County for t'period .
night the would be ending Hept.' 30 I..4. with the balances and amount of warrants outstanding and. a statement of 1st
percentage greater. who out with the Careless
recently came use of language in I assets and liabilities and the value of County property of the said Bradford County. as reported on the 10 da1
o statement that the effect of every lelatlon'sot at all uncommon. of Sept 114. by the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of Circuit Court la hereby published under
male student should contain a made it unlawful In FlortdjFto provisions of Chapter mi. Acts of 1018 Laws of Florida.J. .
It seems that we must begin to work an hour two M. LEE Comptroller.Total .
I" or sewing kit so that he can keep take a bath while a guest tiyfiSoth- ....,

more and save a dime or two more to help pay taxes to sup hU buttons. on and his socks allis er's home but specifically Atclares i I I

\ port those who never did either of the two. OM"piece."Tha nudist camps to be Meal. It I I e I Ir

idea that these things are sounds silly but.""It shall be Unlawful I I f a ee : r
:
I
.... -0 women's job Is worn out" Mrs. i for any person to,.expose hH l to.. a!: : I.. 0 ..s o"

We are told that Mra. Dionne is keeping a scrap book Barker said In a handbook she or her person In' any public placeor FUNDS mo !: I. a s j Z! c"a I

for pastime. Some mothers wrote for college men on "the on th* l e -.. .... .. to 0.ea9 .
with five children do not have private premises of another I I : .JO .. :'-"

,,11 to worry about what to do with their idle hours. technique Other bits of of good advice manners." or go or be naked In such A, II I o f 15 j I.C .1 Q.. I .it.-,!
were:
",,, place provided however this section I I Itl.ncral
' .kL 0 "In matrimony aim high. You shall not bet,construed to prohibit I Ij j

.; Dorothy Dix wonders if a girl of seventeen should have as college men are the potential 1 the exposure of the person In Fund -..--._.---_.t 8U.10 80.80' 11..08 8.4U.U ;,SI..I
8U.1N
I her own latch key. She should unless the old folks want to leaders of the next generation." any place provided or set apart Publicity Fine Forfeiture. Fund___ 11'.110 1.63 I 106.60 7.U8.11 11.393. ,".811 1,8tl6/l 1.111 I
"Judge women know --- -----------
you by for that '*
i,9 get up about three o'clock in the morning and let her in. their purpose. However can nut.t..ndlnlC Indebtedness 106.43 UU )Oll.n 3333
ability to climb the ladder a.guest In a horn bathe without Road Bridge" Malnt.___ 11I.411 &
s 0ly with you"'Don't Being "naked Widow' Pension -______ 418.It 13.00 t.IIIII.U III 1.00 U.OO :I 8 fl I
on the private II
premises Agricultural u --_____ 11I.11 I 1.0111.18
:r; There, are more than 450,000 words in the English language waste Impair your taste or of another.. And nudist Relief --_______.__ 11.1' 1.003.7S IOlt.OI 1101.11I X47Rulidinge IIII
time Iat
your In 'playing --- -
camps are the only places provided Bond Refunding _. .___-_ 0811/
to
, according an authority on the subject. And yet the around' with girls who are obvious and set apart" for the I 100,01

!'I) grocer. can't seem to find a substitute for "please remit"M ly beneath you." of nudity. The purpose of the purpose bath. l'-----------1,75.06;;; 1 In.IO I 13.U8.17 I I' !8,821.16 I 7U.U I ...., i
1
0 room Is bathing, the state of nudity ASSETS AND LIABILITIES V.tLl:1'1' or COUNTY
PROPERTY
This business of ,nations In his original draft of the Declaration generally believed necessary to _
arming to the hilt while de I of Asst.--. toAOBNHal.
Independence Thomas Dp"
Cr.
"o".t
carry out that House :
elating that their intentions are perfectly peaceful seems ad Jefferson charged King George III Incidental: requirement purpose not being the end aa t'nroll.cled Cash In Taxes fepo.itor/eu Current All Y.ar funds,. $4,403.17/ Jail furniture k_Flxtur._::::.-:::Court:::::::House:::=:'k:::.JaU::::.:_:... 20OIOM B..HSLIabiU41.

t: ,sensible prize-fighter donning boxing gloves to with fostering the .lave trade; the or object. Sec. 738 C. O. L.. 1927 _
spend
a
I section was omitted In redraft Warra.ts Outstanding _____ __...____1 7U.Gt: Total __:. (I,2OOMBond.
." quiet evening at home with the wife and kiddies. 7360. Act of 1917.-Tallah..e Outetandl" _________ --___ .510,000.00 ---------.--- -
ing.
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