Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1877 Subscription Year. $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews! Editor and Owner \ t


fllE FIFTY-F7 N __ _. ____ _.__ _.__ .. __*___STARKE._ -FLORIDA. ...FRIDAY- r-r)' .h.MAY,. __IT_. 1935_ ___ ._ __ _ ______ .____. __ NUMBER. T\\ENTY.K101IT. (- .......... ..'j i, :,:


YEARSR A Florida industry never man today and got a lot of fish and TO ADJUST AS TRUSTEES I

tioned in statlHtlcal reports, is two coolers. Found a pig that was As Fails
"fish muddling." It Is unique Ii unmarked and didn't belong to no Scoby ; )

SLAYING many ways. While it can b& pursued body. Knocked hit on the head, TAXES ARE CHOSEN
only after. long drouths its skua It. and piked the hide into t a

existence depends upon heavy and gator cave. Poor little thing Meref

continuous rains, filling the watercourses would have starved to death if I To Appear 1

leads SelfDefenseIn so that fish can "exodusf hadn't saved it. The meat was O Meetings To BeHeld Green Powell And ;

from the lakes and into bays K baled with pokeberry leaves. To- ,
Once A Hayes Retained
QuarrelOver ponds and ditches. It Is not un morrow I bet Jim and his crowd MRS. SCOBY ;
Williams CannotAccount ;
Dog ionized, not licensed and can be will try the hole and be Aprilfooled MonthORGANIZATION Here I:

practiced by anyone without regard all right. HUSBAND'S CONSTANT COIk For :,:
TO DO to color, sex or age. It Is one April 1.-Worked three mor REQUIR. WOODLAWN REFUSES PANION NOT AbsenceCAPIASTSSUED
,?n "TOO" SAY of the Industries which Professor holes In Wet-hen bay. Didn't see ED IIY NEW. STATE LAWMembers LAWTEY CONSOLIDATION HERE
THIN(. Tugwell classifies as "esoteric,, nobody; reckon them Bines skeerec ; --- -
years, the. elusive intermittent, not relev. 'em away. Next I'll tackle Cat of the' Board of County A light vote was cast Tuesday ai. Tho1 familiar faces of witness)'. '

sentence of twenty ant.. tall bay if the old stumptalls ain't Commissioners ,of Bradford the following trustees were elected from Tampa and St. Fetirsbur, -
urn under the law;was par I Fish learned from too bad. Bonefelon on finger hurt who at previous trials! had attemp
on Julia was County met at the court house !In five Bradford County sub-schoo "Mental Strain" Of
ursday morning train smart. toad ed to establish alibis for Scot; ,
the alligator and requires no light Caught a split Monday and organised a Delinquent districts:
agham, negro woman murder I ing, and the only tool needed Lan It and tied hit onto the finger and Tax Adjustment Board In Starke: L. D. Green 59, CharleyJ. were sprinkled about the courtroom Bondsman Is

of second degree weeks old hoe or a stick. The mud it quit hurting. compliance with a new law which Powell 56, E. W. Hayes 33. LD. as were those of witness
e killing several ago dler forth; finds nearly dry April 0.-Tried Cat-tall bay but for the state. Mrs. Scoby cot Suggested"Mand
in a goes a has just taken:effect. L. L. Conner Vlnlng ran a close race for f\
Hurd, also negro hole in a pond, branch or railroad. most holes dried up. Screw-worm I was elected chairman of the place on the board with 29 votes stantly at her husband's side Uu -

I over a dog. of ditch and stirs up the water and I flies after the dead fish; was board. A total of 71 votes was cast here Ing his former appearances her, Scoby!I" i f

ding to the testimony who sat mud until the fish blinded, are afraid of getting 'em onto my sore The new act approved by Governor Lawtey: Fred Moore 24, T. J was absent Wednesday.. "Mandel Scoby!" ", r

IgsbY, colored boy, easily scooped out.. Having lived leg and quit. Too dry for stump- Sholts on May: was known Terry 23, Cecil Whitehead 11,W. II. .-- "Mandel Scobyl"It

la In the kitchen "picking murder a in such crowded quarters In the tails but the mayflies and ticks as House Bill No. 163 and gives Morgan fourth man on the list, CCC was a tense moment In the

ken" at the time the fetid water the fish when cooked, were out of sight let me tell you. the adjustment board the powerto received 10 votes. QUOTA crowded court room here Wednea JJ:

place, the Cunningham after wo has a peculiar flavor and odor but April .-Went into Beetree bay, compromise and adjust the Hampton: Dan Thompson 10, J. day afternoon as State's AttorneyA. *+J

stabbed Hurd to death seem to be valued the more on that but smelled stills I wasn't going amount required to be paid for redemption H. Saxon 8, 1. A. Johns 6. S. Crews three times repeated ij,
Jold her he had turned a dog, account. For the muddlers are the to have my hide shot full of holea, or purchase of tax sale Graham: Frank Reynolds 14, In County the name of the Tampa ball bondsman \a

|h she had tied In her room it, kind of people who like hog chitterlings so I made myself scarce. certificate held by' the state for John Surrency 14, J. A. J. Me- who twice before hud been Ri,'

and that he would do better if they have not April 14.-Today is Sunday, and 1933 or any previous year. The Kinney 13.Brooker.. RAISED tried In circuit court here on M

They were both drinking, been overly well cleaned.Let I[ never fish on a Sunday for it Is bill states that such adjustment I : R. B Thomas 13, W, IS charges of aiding in the escape of ji>f\'\

by said, and Hurd was "to us Imagine the unlikely sinful, they tell me. Reckon I'll must be upon principles of fairness H. Harrell U, L. R. Watson 10. Harry Sitamore, notorious jewel i
Ito do anything" to protect event of a muddler keeping a diary stay homo and glt abet of the ticks to the county and the ownersof Consolidation of the Lawtey and thief from the Florida State Prison

1-lf. and that we find these notes; and redbugs and plan for the fu the land and states that all state Woodlawn schools was defeated by ENOUGH AIPI.ICANTSTO Farm two years agog/

la negresa confessed to the March 3O.-Went to town and ture. The muddling season is about taxes must be paUMn full. an adverse vote of 6 to 3 In the FILL PLACES.DIRECTOR But Mandel Scoby failed to an

)ler but pleaded self-defense got a few empty white shoe boxes over and the last hole Is dry. But Besides the county commission Woodlawn district although Law. SAYS swer to his name. He had become
[testified that Hurd hit he and some black paint. Then paint. the blackberries will soon be ripe, ers the adjustmentboard is composed tey: voted 23 to 10 in favor of the a fugitive from justice.,!

stove wood and that when ed sines this way: "No fish mud and then fish can go to h-11 for allI of the county tax assessor' consolidation. Bradford County's quota In the ""Where is your client T" JudgeA. a.",

elleved her life In danger shin dling aloud here Florida Law. By care. Grits with blackberry sass who does not have. the power to Election of trustees In the New new Civilian Conservation Corp] Z. Adklna asked Joe.Hill Williams

cutting at him with a knife order of the Bored of Health." cats purty well and Is good enough vote, and the clerk of the circuit River district was held last year enrollment program is forty-elgh I defense lawyer."I if

ound laying on a table. Them sines I nailed up all around for me. Tomorrow I'll go to Lu court who acts as secretary.The and no election was held Tuesdayn men, Mrs. Mona Saunders, Social wish I" could answer that t

Iphus and Ethel Loyd color Wet-hen bay, to keep the nlggera sue bay and wind up the season by adjustment. board here will the Theressa and Boatdraln dlsrlct Service Director of the local Your Honor, the attorney replied.,

[illnesses for the state test away. Let 'em go to the R R setting: fire to it. No fire has been meet on Thursday .after the first because of their consolidation FKRA said this week. Apparently he was .. much in the ?

[they were standing nearby ID ditches. I claim a right to aU the there for years and hit will burn Monday in each month to hear ap with Hampton and Starke respec- The expansion enrollment wibegin dark as when Scoby failed to appear ,

t of the house where Hurd and fish in that bay for winter before Ike crlpps. Won't them he-huc- plications' for reduction or ad- Ively. on or before June 30, Mrs at 10 o'clock In the morning yl yl.the h

Cunningham woman h a :I last I done caused it to be burned tleberry bushes flare up and pop! (ustment or delinquent taxes: Trustees are elected for a period Saunders mild and she has enough time originally set for tile i

meats when the argumented. out so as to get deep holes for The muck is deep and there will 1, -- -.-.,.-. .-...- of two years."HOLD. applications on file to fill I the new trial.

The quarreling man and the fish to bunch up in. A man be some bully holes and every NITE"AT .-- vacancies; Whtn the bondsman was still '

,an were on the' porch of the In Jax owns the bay but_I tend darned etumptall will be killed "SKIT 'EM YALE"AT I I In line with the new oxpanslor abien) at 2 o'clock Adklns In ordered the afternoon bin ?

,, the witnesses said and tom to It, and have a. right to the flan The next thing will be to club a SCHOOL HOUSELARGE 'program of the CCC, two camp/ IL,000, Judge bond estreated and Issueda
had a knife In het hand< crop. Sinlng "the Bored of Health"was ilacksnako and hang It on the RITZ"OR are now being prepared for occupancy fa
I his arrest
threatened to kll all fence to make rain. Hit shore CAST IN ENTERTAINMENT I engine for
i which she O. K., for ,them flab are near here one on Johnson the
I If he turned her dog 'out full of tape wormyee4anQ! .if. they takes a dickens of a lot of plan- FOR SCHOOL SUNDAY AND MONDAY- Lake and one at the site of a previous Pleading for Williams leniency said from he was s v
Court Mr.
In. Hurd soon went Inside thilo I are 'not cooked right, folks will ning for a poor man to git along FUND PRIZE NEXT WEEKIS camp near Penney Farms. "at a loss" to explain his client'.

and the Cunningham wo get wormy, specially colored. these days. An evening of dramatic ,skits $33 Each a camp will number 200 men, failure! to show up for trial after
) went through the yard to the I Match 31.Muddled the big hold --H. E. of the ''it IH said.
.: songs, dances and'jnstrumentalnuBlcal Patricia Ellis, one scieen'0 I having withstood, the,ordeal twice
c of the house where the mur numbers is! promised those oungeat and loveliest loading la r. The men at the Johnson Lake before,

"evidently took place. GREEN HOPEFULFOR who attend "Poinmunlty Skit dlell, plays the principal feminineole camp: will work on Cold Head Gurvis J, Richard Tampa attorney y

Icconling to the testimony c)i iI fLoyd :BOARD DENIES Wte" at the High School auditor of "Hold 'Km Yale," the now Branch State Pink, between,Keystone and close friend'! of the defendant -_ *,t u

I negroes a few minutes COMPROMISEON urn here Friday night at 8 o'clock. Damon Runyon film coming Sun. I i Heights and Penney Farms. said that Mrs. Scoby had ',.;

Jr the defandant came out 01I Featured on the, program will he dny to the Ritz Theatre for a two- ,, while the corps at the Pennoy; Informed him her husband left }

I porch, pulling\ a'clean dress i Request From BONUS BETWEEN CONGRESS the Kingsley Komedy Kwartette, day run. She Is supported by Lary Farms camp will work on private Tampa last Sunday, ostensibly for

her head and started toward AND PRESIDENT a musical foursome composed of Crabbe, swimming star, Andy land.* around Crosby Lake Miami, where he had been subpoenaed -

laying that she had fixed ROOSEVELT ,Pat Steinberg. Junlus Smith, Jim Levine and George Barbler. -1 --- to appear Monday: as a f fvltness
| I Congressman R. A. Green, in a ditch and Telfalr Long. Among Although HAMPTON In a Federal case. tv
Others SentencedN. be Erect oundu like football, the story :'
ho out-of-Jown tnlent will However' hurried telephone con. ,
Rosenberg, of Lake But- -- news dispatch from Washingtonthis himself aa Shaheen, the Gainesville muIcian largely concerns u dizzy young DIES SUDDENLY vernations between State's Attor- tray

| was found guilty Wednesda; CONSOLIDATION week, expressed who plays the clarinet and elreaa who adopts a gang of WELL- Crews and Federal authorities a'
and still hopeful that some compromise : D. B.
giving a worthless check BE EFFECTIVE be reached with land at the same time, and Phil 3roadwayites and changes them KNOWN GAINESVILLE In Miami revealed the fact that the S
TO yet I
sentenced Thursday .morning President may Roosevelt which will 'I CBplun, drum majdl- of the Unlerslty Into polished gentlemen. MERCHANT: case; there had been continued be- ;..i
|ne year NEXT Next Tuesday and Wednesdayhe ,i trial
of Florida cause of Scoby's pending e
of the Vet.eran'
llton! Jones, negro was founr ,I bring about payment this session of Con. The entertainment under the Ritz will show "Captain Hurrlano' i D. B Boasley! 60, brother of O. here. They had no Information an w wo
bonus at
"Ity bl shooting into an automoand !i petition presented by A series of conferences Is ircctlon; of Bill Yeuger/ is for the featuring James Barton L.: Beasloy of Starke, died at his. bin whereabouts tho authorities c
was sentenced to two of the Theresa School requesting gress. held In an effort to benefit of the local FERA and lelen Weslly and Helen Mack. I''I home In Gainesville Monday afternoon aid y

s. : that the school !there be kept open now being which will be High School athletic fund. Nat The Cash Night prize Tuesday from an apoplectic stroke. "His failure to appear here camo t.

> Pollard, negro, convicted ol for at least another term was de. reach an agreement to .and the ternberg will serve as mauler ofeiemoniea vlll\ be $35 since Dr. C.. D. Whltar native of Hampton, Mr. Heasley M a complete surprise to me;. Mr.
king and entering' a home inker nied by the School Board at its acceptable Congress and Mrs. Florence whose name was called last was a veteran of the Spanish-Am- William told the Court "How uI'|

was sentenced to two regular meeting here last week. President. Green Is urging I Brown will\ be planl t. week,. was not !In the audience, scan War He fought In the'hilliplnes ever, I do know that for the past A]{

1'8. Members of the board decided thatit Representative in cash and also 1 Others taking part: on the pro- .. .. under Gen. Leonard rive or six weeks Scoby has beenIn i

ntence was suspended on Hot was for the best interest of the prompt payment gram are: Katie and Virginia Fu- Daytona Beach Is preparing to Wood, lived In Mexico for a number a state of extreme nervous ex
of all interest charges i
Morrow negro boy .charged pupils and the county that consolidation cancellation those who have borrowedon -- establish a summer tourist bureau, of years and traveled exten- :lt ment brought on by worry over -<
and I
'i poisoning animals. of the Theressa against certificates. I (Continued On Page Eight) In Atlanta. lively throughout the world. the continued effort. to convict
C. Chase and W., C, Hunter Hampton schools take effect next He was married in 1008 to Miss him and by his financial dlfflcultles. 12
e> found not guilty of charge, term and that the Theressa pupils Mattie Mae Wllllums of Cedar .

larceny and embezzlement. Two be transported to Hampton. Key and In 1911 they moved to "I last talked to him lust Wed-

>r cases against these men on C. C. Matheney was appointed I Qainusvllle where ha became a leaday when he said he was going y'
liar charges were nol pressed. as principal of the Brooker School II Legislative Proceedings well-known furniture dealer. to: Jacksonville to raise some ,i'Jnoney. I

[he following cases were con- provided he accepted the position Survivors are two sons Lieut. t:
tied: at once. It was stated that the 3.I B. Beasley of West Point, N. Y., "He might be the victim of a
.. H Donaldson with board had already given him two I I, nl Jt know of
charged industry. house liquor bill primed and loaded and Clarence W. Beasley mental breakdown no
Ng worthless check; George months in which to decide' the (By HOWARD W. HARTLEY) program for the of citrus bill making their oratorical.squirrel guns. Gainesville; one daughter,. Mrs. other reason why after facing; two t

PJIsh, Herman Woodl. VascoraI matter with the trustees.The FNS Staff Correspond 8. Approval needed improve Insofar as the schools-state financing I amen O. Larche of Gainesville; juries, he should fall to appear thin *hlme.
hems, charged with breaking, transportation problem was TALLAHASSEE, May 16 (FNS, possible much institutions program Is concerned each two brothers, O. L. Beasley of ." wMr

I entering; Clyde Rower charged discussed and all persona Interested Within the next fifteen days, the ments to state of the.biennial appropriations ;,ucceetlng! day has brought forth Starke and James Beasley of Haw- Williams related a recent
In Intent to t In this. matter are asked to meet session of the legislature will 7. Passage Mrs. liar. between himself and 3N -
commit murder,;; 1939 bill and salary bill. new shufflings! of the revenue horn: : and two sisters, onversntlon
T* Clomles charged with keeo- \with the board members or the superintendent write its eulogy' or its epitaph. for more cards. Correspondents on duty I I lieU DeSha of Waldo and Mrs. A. W Bal!!
ambling apparatus. before June 1 or attend I Marked thus far by an unbrok. 8. Providing enforcement a setup_of tax assessments here at first attempted to card In 1 V, Geiger of Bowling Green. ty jail here In which It had been

the regular board meeting on en recerd of non-accomplishment, rigid clex. the sundry "programs" ..1 I Funeral services were held from emaiked that "something Is'rong"
IS. MARY June 3. hampered at every turn by the tugsof and of,ac(series of they popped out of the, governor'soffice the home In Gainesville Wednes- with Scoby. The .bonds,, !;.
WEEKS Consideration
clashing Interests and In spite .,tall ,9.* bills\ that must be or the finance and taxation lay afternoon and were conducted nan had taken a liking to Mr,. ,

DIES IN MIAMI Hodges To Jasper I this, comprising as earnest a new excise If sufficient tax revenue Israised committees of houses and senate. jy the Rev R. J. Broyles of the 3aladen and'bad' called\ on the bet
as ever assembled enacted Church of Galnearllle. allot* during one of his recent vlsts -.
At a meeting of the board of group of legislators to finance either the schoolsor ;. There has been so many of them, Hrst Methodist
NCE ACTIVE IN COM. High School, at Tallahassee, this legislature however, that reporters have lost Pallbearers were selected to Starke. Several day later J
of the Jasper government.These
MUNITY WORK IN trustees principal of the Wal I today stands at the cross- the stat tho vital bills .on count and this Incessant backingand from the Masonic lodge of which It was stated at a chance meeting'I}t/
J. A.:Hodges, are VI e
STARKE School, was appointed to roads. thus far has consisted filling has keen a contributingfactor Mr. Beasley was a member.Meetings Mr. Balsden asked the attorney.
do High which action
Insists at every "'What' with ScobyT" and >
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had Governor atmosphereof wrong
the general
e i S. Dowling whQ hearings, hearing to
many friends here of Mrs succeed S. will refuse of committee }
conference that he CloseThe that the usually cool bondsnan -
ry McBeath Weeks were deep- resigned the prlncJpalshlp due to press call an extra session. He petitions from opponents andproponents uncertainty.said for the ; To did not seem to "be h1maelf"The f\\
has I to It must be governor
Mr. Dowllng and turn- heldit
leved continued Illness twisting revival meetings being
when the news of has the legislature state's said -
that attorney special ,
further far
Insists that he has as any
term. tax too gone ,
tb successful sales will
was flashed recently closed a to avoid a general the Kingsley Lake Church
over the wires his thoughts on what lag reasonably term of court will be called
|"> Miami, her death having ta.place I Mr: Hodges baa been principal,of received in ample time to solve and other amazing; legislative chief executive might the ''clOlle: Sunday when two services when and If Scoby 1* found. If he
needs helping
the Waldo School for the,last .four state allotted maneuvers. that Indicate nothing be.expected to go wilt be held: one at 11 o'clock anlme
"y "th. at well within the decide how revenue W not located, Mr. Crews said. the
these problems I
In Jackson Hopi much a* lack of strong leader legislature at 2 o'clock. Dinner wtu be
Memorial year so furnished his. bonds will
sixty days. Yet VirtuallyDothtDI' shall be raised and bow It shall be men who
-- the groundsThe meetngs -
has been don, save and ship. allocated. He began with an offerto eyed on are until! the neat term of court
r BUI It I t. that the house has ban been' conducted by
having Serum that True
spent many years : Hog a handfull of Mite donate the one cent gasoline tax to' show cause why judgment ro
except control bill estimated 'A. Reese of Hen-
101" : Vi
she. Weeks went to. Miami : A bill passed by the legislature mean but little to the welfare of passed,to a liquor produce $JOOOOOO a now going to the state general lersonvllle.evangelist N.,C. Could not bo. entered against >r
resided for the past $23.000 a year for the a cool $2.300,000 I,t J hem.?
to provide the people. Is far from settled fund, giving
yn' Wble :living in two to purchase) bog remains less than three yean But the Issue-1 the schools. But he also : -- The three $ .OOO bonds, two of Hsi
next years There steamrollered to
inS she Was highly' esteemed by> I administered of the because the house I Johns Bill KilledThe which secured Tampa ;_
cholera serum to be weeks In which to dispose ful admlnlstriUv asked the counties to make a similar r are by prop-
greatly beloved by number. through the state livestock sanitary following Issues: by a powef encounUr sacrifice In the cause of education. railroad full-crew: bill; In- rty> are signed by the following
Warns Meads She was an as law 'when the Indus bloc .U destined, Char- esldent of Polk and Hillsboi. Plla
board became a 1. Control of liquor conaclentlou senat He asked them to surrender traduced by Representative
Itch member of the Methodist Governor Dave SholU signed It. try. stubborn and believe It a penny of their three-cent: gas tax lie I E. Johns of Bradford County. ugh> Counties: L. R. Byrd., W, R. @
a member of the United; I' 2. Adoption of some program opposition. Opponents violate the cut. And the counties said "No!" I l tras reported unfavorably this ronbyr John B. Meyer,' W. H. a

the cdten of the Confederacy and Church that will guarantee to the school .U too liberal that national It democratic Then the governor tried a series reek by the House Labor Commit. Toting., J, E. Ramos, J. A, Stud-
nll\an's Club. Baptist sufficient platform of the I'I tilt and S. M. Miller 1
Ilkml After I'OIDI'tb C. B. and to the stat government back the old of other tacks la an effort to guide tee. The biD proposed a requlre-
I she joined the Trinity In the absence of Rev. of operating revenue for the party by bringing drink sale* the tossing ship of state Into snug eat of five men for every.loco- In spite of the fact that the u
Methodlet Church Price Sunday Rev. J. F.Ingram saloon that It permits trial I Ia already a thrlc-told-
and enter.I next two year. enact harbor. He suggested this and IDOUye and one car operated by Icoby:
kUvely Into the work of .her Jacksonville will conduct morning 3. Passage of Mil* official on the'' Sabbath and that that shift of revenue always witha railroad, companies In Florida. tale, the same testimony having f
Its r. hOlding the following ...- I and evening.service at the Bap'Uat Washington demands if Florida la ment would run the risk of a series view towards avoiding a general beeD heard at a preliminary hearts -

tc ble Position: steward of tb Church. to remain oa the FERA: payroll. of local option.*lectton talk* all heard over sales tax. The J'OYernorf" Two San Antonio Tex., boys and at two previous trials, the g
I la the .
wr,0'? a circle, to the ClarlfIcatiosf the homestead the state.: This oppoe.l have, assembled a plan that real- -
4'e alonar7.8ocIet7. as- Tb earth l is at least 1.725,000.-; 4. amendments. during i tM week-end recess as On Pap 17 files, at a cost of $80. (Continued On Page Eight
f according to latest' exemption senator planning to attack tile (Continued : ..- -. -. .. -
000 yean old ", Adoption ** a.rehabilitation
nUndee on Page Bight) denUfto\ computations. &

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L; I You And each of you are hereby signed who wan therein appointed zsspecial 1IIA 8'1'IoJI1'I.''' : ,
GRAHAM BOOTSEY'S BEACH HAMPTON GU1JI.RANClf notified and required to present any ( Master In t;: Irl.i.; execute NOTICE I. hereby II"I\,.,II

:err f. : Mm. I.. 1'. Smith. ('urreap i"tnlei.t Mr. L. fc...kl... Corrf..o.Je.t IWlM. Ada NI....... c.....p..a... Miss Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. either claims of and demand may have which against you the or day of h June ,IDiS will, dm'Inw the the legal Sd der of Foreclosure and by virtue made of a 'III.I that' aa,.'

J; Mrs. A. E. wd: was visiting Mr-Bt: ; estate of Mildred! Strode deceased, houi of Hale, befnr.theCourt House by the Honorable A and 1.. note.
Mr. and Chlsra, A. I.Chlttm Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth has recently Mra. J. E. Anderson of Houston late of Bradford County, Florida door In Htarke, Florida Bell to the Judge of the r' ,,.*Adtl I:
I her daughter, Mrs. Florrie McKln- Mrs. Groover Hodge and been visiting friends and Texas Is upending a while with to the County Judge of Bradford highest/ and bent bidder, for cash, 26th Judicial ClrA.it .Jt I"lu.V,,,

4 ney, of Sampson City, over the daughter. Rena, of St. George Ga. relatives In South Florida.J. her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. the County court, Florida hound,at at Starke his office Florida In, the ,following lying and described being In lands Bradford. situate -, ery and ,for dated Bradford April 21r County<1, ",,?'in. Ipw'

'.' weekend spent the week-end here with Mr. I. Tucker of Macon, Ga., but Keene. within eight calendar month from County Florida ,to-wlti: I certain ca..... thereto Inlet. '
..1; Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzie of and Mr*. R. N. Crawford. the date of the first publication of Southeast quarter of South wentquarter between The Federal 1., n"f k.
of town and
formerly our Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J S.
Sapp this notice (May 10, 1835). of Section 2, Township 6 Columbia Plaintiff and ''
Mr. Herb'
'a' Hart Haven were guests Mr. Jerry Dryden of Palm Val- here this week.J. and son, Eldon, spent the week' Each claim or demand' must be South, flange 21 Kant containing nrownlee and Ine i I'Onehnny ItJ

and Mrs. J. H. Surrency Sunday.. ley, spent several days here visiting F. Johnson,. of Havana, Fla., end at Jacksonville with Mr. and In writing and must state the placeof 40 acrea, ow who Defendants wan therein the ;,**,<
and Mrs F. M. Griffin were residence and punt office address with the appurtenance Said dale MM| >olnB.'
Mr. her hire J. Quinn. rial Master "
Roy In
: mother Is visiting here this week. Mrs. Albert Williams. of the claimant and mu..t be worn lo be made pursuant to said Decree UhiuuVr' *.
; visitors to Stark Satur the same will, S"n
business Mr. and Mrs. Ifcncoy Thompsonand and to by the (claimant his agent, or his to satisfy the nume and conta. on .
Mr. and T. N. Norman of dur"h\
Mrs. day JUliO
Woodrow Hicks, of Avon Park, W5. \
day. attorney, or the name shall h.'o"ovoid 11:. K. PliKRYYMAN.An / .
son, Colon, and S. H. Thompson hour of Hale, 0e,
was recently the guest of his children, Misses Annie Mae' and according to Law. Thin May Special blaster In Chance..y"4.2I.6t6.84. bofnn the ,
:/ Mrs. J. H. Surrency was visiting Woodlawn, were dinner mother, Mrs. L. R. Kalcb. Leila Harnage and W. H. Carter lath tootlte highest. sturko. ,FlurldgMt.
193A.PADI.INB and !b"
Ie; her parents, Mr. and Mrs R. luoaU of :Mi- and Mrs. Mrrvln n STRODE cash the follow-In rB i .. ,'
all of section the d
The Hampton Canning center Is this- were Administratrix of the .to'e Mt'STUB'S! SALE ea liUS,..:*
\r 1". Osteen, at Brooker Sunday. Thompson Sunday. i Situate, lying and heln, i"
.' ready for operation and all truck' dinner guests of Mr. Fountain and of Mildred Strode, deceased. NOTICE III I hereby given that under County Florida to-wit: r l'r"1':"
*v Mrs Howard Mott of Brooker, Is R. N. Crawford Is spending a family Sunday j S-10-41-8-8 and by virtue of a Final Degreeof
farmers, will be given a chance to Northeast quarter of RI
: visiting her sister Mrs. Ollie Rlv few days at St. George' Ga., this ForecloRure made and renderedby quarter. and >U'bltllt.'
economize, by the preservation o( Mrs- H. Keene and family were NOTI'M the Honorable A. Z. Adklnn, of Southeast' .
'l t ers, this week. week visiting relatives.Mr. Notice In hereby given to all Judge of the Circuit Court of the quail I lid Ej.
produce that can not t>e disposedcf guests of Mr; and Mrs. W, R. Ker- half of Northeast !
':j; Fred Johnson, Lee Starling and and M,.. Willis Sterling' : Sunday.Mrs. whom It may concern that I have 26th Judicial Circuit of Florida, Inand Southeast quarter I 'mil aLC
otherwise, sey riled my final report and application for Bradford County In Chan- '
Ezeklal Dryden of Terracel were spent Sunday.at Greenwood visitIng Albert. WIlliams' Is spend for final discharge aa Admlnlntrator nary, dated April' 83rd, 11U5,In that east quarter and East of Bi.uMi.iH.tTjJter. .
Mrs Ida of Lake Butler half nr
relatives the week. his Mr, and Mrs. Bud- ;; Markey, of the KBtate of Caroline flerow certain cause therein lately pending ? ROIl,
visiting over parents w..t quarter of ,
ing a few day* of this week with Smith: at
was the guest of her Malphu and will apply to the Countv between the Federal Land Hank te... 'nil In Soothm > m
Jy Starling, Z. Brown last brotber'l her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 6'f'i:, K, Ferryman: on May I of Columbia Plaintiff, and U, W. hip 6 South. hang I nT J /
end.Mrs. Sunday.Mr.
.ur al. Ji a
Burney et Defendant, the
and underlgned I
1 .. 25th approval of report -
.,,Llzzlw Dryden of Starke, Is Matthew Crawford went to St. Sapp. containing 160 acres,
who wa therein appointed -
and :Mrs Oscar Andrew 'of for Final niHcharge. This 80th day :
I spending some time with her George, Ga., Sunday where he expects Mr. and MrT 'J. F. Shaw and of April 11135. ae Special Master In Chancery, with the appuitenam. r pall!
; daughters, Mrs. Rachel Starling:; to spend some time with his Starke, attended the Mother's bay children of the'State Farm were' J. M MOTT. to execute the' name fun.will, on aloneday to ere.be to made satisfy pursuant the u' "'u
services here last Sunday evening. the 3rd day of 10JS.; during soon and
,1 eaJ: Mr:!. Martha Broughton. daughter. Mrs Groover Hodge.Mr. visiting relatives In this section G-3..it-t-24 Administrator the legal hours of dale. before E. K. PEnnvyAN!
'.1 Lewis B. Hamilton has recently the Court House door In Starke, AM Special. !faster In rhea
Clyde and Morris Johns, Misses and Mrs. W. R Kersey are been transacting business In Jack- Sunday. NOTICK OF SALE Florida, sell to the highest and beet 4.28-6t.6.U.
;$ Mary and Doris Reddish and Car- spending several days this weekat bidder for cash the following described '
sonville. NOTICE In hereby given that'under Ma.HTRH'N '
landM, being In Bradford NILR
i. rte Bell Norman of therHetlbronn with Mr, and Mrs Julian BOATDRAINMrs.
Tampa Mrs. Bessie and by virtue of fiat certain County Florida, to.wltiSoutheast NOTICK in hereby given .? ,
rt, Springs section were visiting Kersey. Andreu of Leesburgwas Z. Z. Griffin. Correspondent writ of execution l.*ued on March der and by virtue of a l'llIRI niJ
quarter of Southwest
the guest of her mother, Mrs. 111, 1816 by and tinder the hand and of Fnreclnmiio nmde und
4' friends Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. H. Keene and family of T. M. for several : Heal of the Tax Collector of the City quarter, anWest half of Southwent by the Honorable A. 7. ui,,
Hagan days re- Mrs. Hattle ; of Oviedo has quarter of Southeast quarter
Mrs J. W. Reynolds visiting' Moore of Hlarke. Florida wherein City Judge of the circuit. Court
Sum Brunch here
spent Sunday JCorpenl"11 Section 1, ol t
Township 6 South,
cently. Starke, Florida la the 26th Judicial.
w,!}: her sister Mrs. Nell Vogt of Jacksonville with Mr,. and Mrs. E. E. Yar- I returned home after spending the Drug Store plaintiff now known Range 21 East, containing 60acres .and for Bradford Circuit County of Pliirld., In {it.,

.\ ,, this. week. brough. 'past week with her parents, Mr. aa Urown'a Pharmacy In the defendant with the, eery, dated April 21rd, 1115:;, |let
NEW RIVER and Mrs. Paul Prevatt. I have levied upon and will Hell appurtenance Raid sale to certain cause therein
;: ), -- -- be made
/1) to said
pursuant Decree toatlxfy .
t.. the highest and beat bidder forrRHh Ina.t".n The Federal laniXat
: Mrs. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentMrs. Mr. and Mrs.' Dan Boree and the name and coat.
,. EVERGREEN on June 3rd A. D. 1036 duringthe )). K. Columbia Plaintiff, mill vin
It" SAXTON '' children .Jacksonville, were via. legal hour. of sale, at said drugstore : PERRYMAN, n. Olcott and his \\'Itp.
t'A'i Mrs. T. A. Hauler-torrecpmulenlMr. ..... W. A. Tyler, Correspondent Crystal Wiggins of Jacksonville iting Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Grlffis located at the corner of Call 4-26-6t-6-24 A* I'p"clal1..t.. .&' la Chancery.. ed Oleolt., who Defendants, the uiiilmL I'
MrsT and Walnut Street, Starke, Bradford wa therein I Rppnliiiti'
r Bryant Redding was the guest of Mr. and
and other relatives the week- Special ]Hauler
past County, Florida, the following In (haniniy
t ;it and daughter, Marguerite were Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Norman of Mrs M.. F. Wiggins this -week-end. end., described fixture, or *o much NOTICE' OF APPLICATION cute the acme. will, r.n Monday tn
Rising were visiting here Sunday. thereof a* I I..* essential satiety said TAX) IJKKU: 8rd day of June, 19.15: ,
I l' visiting Mrs. H. F, Redding Sun Mrs; J. L. Johns and Mr and Miss Pauline Prevatt of Oviedo NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN dll'IIII'I
W. writ and costs of execution of same, That legal hour of Hal., liifnn ,
A. Tyler and J. C. Dixon 01
holder of 1-9
day i Mrs O. E. Crosby and children attended 4 how 'Vlh.X Court House door In
has returnecL.Jiom after spending to-wlti cases; 1 soda fountain Tax No, 4 4. 7th day of Plnrk, r,
Mrs. J. S. Rosier, Clarice Rosle I spent Sunday In Thereesa.O church at Corinth Sunday. the past with her' ; 1 vet of wall fixture on each Dec.C.:. D. 1931, has tiled said cer. Ida nell to the highest situ |hen. i,J
week parents, side of wall 2 cash reglatera 1 der, for cash, the follow'
: ; tlflcat In Ing dm
and Stella Mae Motes Sun- .T. Nelson attended church at MrbsQ.C. and my office and made application .
spent Wynn children of Mr'and Mrs.>John Prevatt. candy caaei .l wrapping counter; 1 for tax deed to Issue thereon ed tend. situate, lying, and<1 bm
;, day with Mrs.. Shipman Sapp. Lawtey' Sunday," Council;' Ga., Mrs. J. O. Barry and Mr.: and Mrs Perk Prevatt of safe; 4 serving tablen; 18 nerving In accordance with law. Said cer In Bradford County! Floi' ,liln,lot
Itrft; Several children chair and all other fixtures. therein tificate embrace the following' deHcrlbcd Beginning at the NK cnrnere
people from Evergreen Mrs. O. L. Brown and Carl of Macclenny and several -
son. 8WH of
Jacksonville. were visiting Mr., and. except 1 radio. property situated In Brad NKM\ of /m-itlnn: n
RI: attended the home coming day at Mere visiting Mrs W. A. Tyler others enjoyed a fish fry at New Mrs. Paul PMvatt Sunday A. L. ALVAREZ! ford County. Florida. to-wit Lots Township 6 South:! lUnne B
\ Long Branch Sunday. Sunday afternoon. River Saturday. Chief of Police S 4 of Block 2a. Livingston Truby East,, thence runVust j| ti;
A.: ,
large I crowd from this'sec- tk Company' Subdivision rod thence South 60
t Northeast rot
Jya, B. E. and J. Q. Rosier were visiting We are sorry to report that little M. L Johns and children were tion attended'church at Kingsley I, 5-3-61-8-31.City of' Starke. Florida. Quarter' of North-EIaat Quarter thence Went 63 1.3 rmln to WNI
/ Brittlan Rosier near Lawtey visiting In Lake Butler Friday. Lake ._ of. Section 20. Township 6 South, line of said quarter Serge!
David Is sick last Sunday.
Tyler this .week. Range 22 Baat. thence South 20 rods to IMUII
*I Sunday. The Rev. G. E. McGauley of Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt IIIAIITIIJR'II SALE: The aiaeHnment of said' property line of said quarter HMI 11.| .
; Arthur Redding Spent the week Brooker filled his regular appoint- tire visiting their aunt Mra. Hat- NOTICE I. hereby given that under under the said certificate issued wa thence East 80 rod to East i UM
end with his Infant Collins and by virtue of a Final Uecree In the name of Livingston Truby & of said quarter lection, than"
t brother Bryant Redding ment at New River Baptist church ,,
North 80
< tie Moore at Oviedo, this week. of Foreclosure made and tendered C rod to point of both
at the State Farm. Funeral services were held Tuea- Sunday. by tb*. Honorable A. Z.' Adklna, Unless said certificate hall be redeemed nlng. Wet S-4 of NW< (, "r tai
(; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding lay of last week\ for' Alma Be- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were NOTICE TO CREniTOIta: Judge of the Circuit Court of the will according to law tax deed of Section tt, Township| 5 8<.|L
issue therenn Range 23 East,
2flth Judicial Circuit 'of qn the 18th day and I'lunialniu t
rF were. visiting Mrs. Jean Gasklna itrlce Collins, the alx-month-old transacting business in Starke Saturday In County Judge's Court Bradford and for Bradford County Florida In Chan.eery In of May A.D.. 1935. 60acreHi more or I"HH.
':\. Sunday. laughter of Orls Collins, who died County, Florida dated April t3rd. 1835. In that Dated' this 18th day of April, A. wltb the appurtenances. paid nilii
;, In Kmm of D. 11)35. be made pursuant to said
Mildred Strode Item'
Mr and Mrs Frank Cruse are Monday after a short Illness The Harry Sapp of Brooker was visiting deceased I log certain between cause The therein Federal lately Land panda A. J. THOMAS Batlefy the same. and eosin, .
.t-# body was taken to Bell for burial. In our section Sunday TO THPd"' CHEDITORS Of SAID Columbia Plaintiff and Raymond Bankof Clerk of Circuit Court, ..). K. PBKKYMA.N.:
daughter ESTATE: Bradford County Florida. A. Special Master In ('humNo
: -- Crosby, et al. Defendant. the under- 4-lB-Gt-6-17. t.26.lIt.a.U.\


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:Q.v &!!.. Vera Oulney, Correspondent I ___ t I . . -_n -_- ._. . .

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); ; Mr. and Mrs W, D. Webb !and NOW. LISTEN I

'!,f' daughters Lucille, Idell and Betty .. I MONIX.VOO SHOULDN'T' 1 WOULDNT(
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:Iyf :Jo last FLY 1 : WHILE-YOU'RE-\
spent week-end with Off TH HANDLE 'It ; GrrMji'tyciTEDABOUTkU' d"

1Y friends and relatives In Miami. THAT WAY--Br! WHEW rf T AND\ GO' C&D) {AN AND 7 '.(

" Miss| IdeU Webb. remained for a AND 'CALtA UKt t DO. OLD MAN RUNNING WELL. NOW 1 YOU ,/

# Rev. Q. E. McCauley and daughters YOUR GOAT? I DONT. CI.CLES4D SIMPLY NICEt ,WST AND SEE VO\r\T YOU '
Juanita and OUT WHAT \\NAVT HtRE .
kj returned home after spending :a COULD BE: DOME MINUTE WILL 1oE't'Re1'iE BiLL3 f.
, t! week In Georgia with friends and ABOUT IT AND' DO (TTrtfxrsWW TrAT.MOUtO\ AND"' ,/'00 YOUPLEPE fO "!. 4- -
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\t? Mr. and Mrs. Drew Beasley of WAY I BOTNtRNANDIk .EA''Rt\ !

h: Lake Butler motored through here You "I,
,\ Sunday. >, l THKE 4'> r .

r" Mr, and Mrs. Paul Stuart and iNINGSI

!,I Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter spent b

,I,, last week-end In Jacksonville. C 1Tw/

s,:' Mrs. Minnie Hinson and children e C t

tip q, of Gainesville spent Sunday here
; with the Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Mc ee e

a Gauley., .
,,''\' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and elf y
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spent last week-end her as '

i" guest; of Ming Connie McCauley ,?THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET'" ; 1

it.',' Ralford:Mr, and spent Mrs.'last S.week-end H. Ritch herewith of By L. R Van ZelmID '

,4sk f!) A. Brown.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. jpnttiy jfczz: MY IATET INVENTION Ift KNOWN AS TH&. 11 .a.

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t Morgenthau TellsFinancial Superfex Now The Bradford County Telegraph's( Guide to'Some of the

Status Available- Here O BETTER BUSINESS FIRMS

A few Sundays ago Secretary of Superfex. the renowned oil-

the Treasury Morgenthau explained burning refrigerator that
Adapted br brought The has all the Business Firms listed this
BEATRICK rABER via radio, the financial status mechanical refrigeration to coun- I Telegraph !investigated on
of the nation. Two of the facts try homes Is now available In page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its respective

N.tr..Qotd.ya.M.ra Piohue brought out In his speech are of Lake Butler, Starke, Lake City, line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to '

"..- .. .-- exceptional Interest. Jasper, and Live', Oak, and their our readers-they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke

rNOPSI: James Branch, Inc to tell her exactly how" things! First when the present Administration surrounding territory through A. people.) Try them go in and visit with them-then, you too will place your
managl-ff editor. stand I've had enough. came to office the gross B. Clark of Lake City. K
forcrful these various In-
of each
"OK" beside the name one Write-ups covering
"You're out of he
nJ' furious quarrel with your mind public debt was a trifle under $21- Mr. Clark is.the only authorU-:
After a stitutions and by member of the Telegraph staff will
.l the lovrtyoetaBy. prom- said sharply 000000000. On March 31, it was ed Superfex deslet'serving this ter a appear
fll't'll l Nanc<>t* from Ale "If I am it's your fault." Her $28,000,000,00. ritory. The famous line of five oil- on this page each week. Read these stories and learn about your own

11 t Shllron voice rose a little "You can't get Second It would naturally be burning Superfex models may be I Starke business people.
nl r. away with this. I'm going to tell supposed that trie-interest cost of obtained only through him. Mr. --
1 a Involved In a acsadal due her all 'about us." 'She' tried to the debt would be at a record hlgn, Clark announced today that he will Torode Discusses 1

bleak 111 morlaeaatariZ.Y he induces push past him. inasmuch as the debt Itself 18, But be glad to demonstrate the new For has three answered years the the public calls treasury for- Road i Clearance There seems to be a determined

a ruse. to return to herAt He clutched her shoulder "Julia, the. annual interest cost.-now Superfex with Ito automatic economy distressed effort to put through legislationto
from the
help -
the River Club you can't." amounting to $800,00,000 less burners and its many exclusive take the profits out of war.
Bach: time It baa been said that To provide extra road clearance
k night, Sharon seessister 'Let !" than it in 1925 new features to who American munitions
cis that me go was when the debt anyone until The principal N
"this 1s
temporary private for cars to ba used largely on un- '
and Julia Patterson en- "You're not going up there. was $8,000,000,000 less. communicates with him. manufacturers cave told Congres '4
of the
employment can take care improved highways, as in the ru-
togethU. She reallres Branch of the !I There was the sound of cloth ripping The reason Is that government "The Superfex refrigerator Is unemployed." ral mall delivery service, the Chev- that they get their greatest prosperity -
her In eplte bonds designed especially for country during peacetimes. They
tricked now less Interest than
pay Well ahow rolet Motor Company now offers
has made love to her, "Let ", Her voice homes which do not have statistical reports show how wars upset all their
IkM t that he me- stopped at any time In history. The average gas or In national Industries. new Standard models carrying, as
temper abe leave in the sentence. which find gains plans and calculations, and inconsequence
a fit of midway There was on the bonds outstanding is electricity or the cost better. Meanwhile, optional equipment 19-Inch wheels,
toe are
and BaDDlater the noise of a struggle, a harsh of gas or electrical refrigerationto If Governments will
cb, ''In'attr 2.86 per cent, and the Treasury Idleness has become habit with two Inches larger In diameter than
her homp. They depart Baaudsboathouse gasp, silence, then a thud.A Is gradually calling In old, high- be prohibitive,".,said Mr. Clark. who have secured a relief. The the regular equipment, W E. To- go to war, they must expect large
tai allli stop a' Interest bond and "Superfex burns kersoene as a profits or cease operations becauseof W,
u. second later Bannister start- Issues, Issuing time has come to help unem- rode, local agent, said this week. q
l6lK upon his !wggeethat fuel. It burns only a short time your the destruction of peace time '
low-Interest in their .
I ed up the stairs with the fire ones place. back to work New Standard models
ployed neighbor get equippedwith
their own sup- business the beat
each and Is with Apparently
tht'Ycook day equipped au- way
wood. As he the door botsaW' ;
for to which
and the unemployed 18-Inch wheels, carry
[ and eggs.Chapter tomatic burners which go out when person out Is to keep out of wars, alto-
of ham Sharon the tele- The death rate for tuberculosishas
talking on
hustle for a job. Factory whistles 0 25 tires, have road clearance of
March of
1. Six phone. ..The phonograph was still been reduced about fifty per sufficient refrigeration has been are blowing and everything Is ."rar B 5.8 inches front and 9 3-8 Inches gether.- Progress 1m I
full blast. cent since 1920 in Birmingham. generated for the next twenty-four ;
going ing to go." rear, or 1 Inch greater front and ,
SHADOW IN THEKOATHOUSE She winked to Bannister and Ala. hours It Is absolutely'!. safe from Now we can snap out of it, and rear, than with the regular wheel. One hundred and sixty-three

put her finger to her lips. "Oh A Chevrolet Guard all high every standpoint. by doing 10 end the depression. High-clearance wheels, accord- planes landed In Miami In Marchaccording l '

Sharon hello Mr. Branch. she said Into coupe. Let everybody try.-March of Ing to Mr. Torode, are In demandbu to U. S Customs, bring !
rnter.ng. the place. the telephone. "I KNOW you have- ways"Can't- A short wave radio station .Is to Progress. such users an rural mall carriers ing In 2,380 passengers + .
LA herself In a large living n't received that story;YOU write we have a little music," be built at Rollins' College mainly owners of farms located off t r I

occUpying most of the floor. It. You know all about the River Bannister asked the Greek proprietor for weather purposes main highways, sheriffs and deputies -

addition m there was a kitchen to Club and who's there." as he and Sharon seated them- Mew 1 In undeveloped regions, and PERSONALSTATIONERY '
bathroom to the "You can't like that : selves at the counter.
right and a Few think an others whose duties require themto
The room was furnished with Branch expostulated on the other The proprietor made an explosive traverse unimproved roads."Chevrolet's .
+ will
terv comfort. On the walls were i end. "It isn't ethical." noise "Music? Who wantsto airplane
a I of constantly
\! NJW u policy l'rlnted In
III of college crews "Oh yes It la, your kind of eth- listen to music? It might be a 9. I duimtgn- their Large Varietyof
photographs In .
mind the
e bearing special Ink. and Type Sty I... atNo
"Itt and other trophies ics," Sharon said. She listened murder second. Listen"The 'A4't\ bonne .
t a few cups a good any Many problems of customers led the Extras, Cost. $LEI a ',S
a L set on top of the book cases. moment. "What difference does message succlntly stated thata r+ lose heavily, company to provide these larger Itox.t.KK::. v'
annlster now strode, masterly it make WHERE I am? I'm hav- man was busily engaged in beatIng a wheels," the agent declared "Even OUR H1IPLEHBradford '

into the kitchen. Suddenly ing fun if you want to know. Lis up his wife with the regular wheels, of course,

, 1[reappeared wearing a kitchen ten." She held the telephone to "Will you please. put some mu- 4 Chevrolet curs have more than County

on.I He cleared his throat ofously the phonograph. sic on?" Bannister asked. The + enough clearance for most purpose
On the other end of the tele- I Greek looked at him stubbornly ip-:: *. The demand for extra Telegraph

phew Youro .. "Don't you want to please your clearance results chiefly from the I'MONK 29!
d mble Serve < customers?" fact that improved highways cov

a t most pray :, "No." er more and more territory and
ulty beseechII s At this moment tne proprietor'swife tap more and more unimprovedfeeder
a dame's jp slowly crossed to the radio roads and lanes that are

t gracious k ''r I and turned the dial to some dance For The BEST deeply rutted at certain season Most ReliableYou
nl don ;a'SF music., They gave their orders r "We have had reports :rom

. I e lowered and were soon served. users of the high-clearance wheels Feel SAFE When You
ism head hum- j"Ive "I pay sixteen-fifty for short ?j jHandy Barbecue Sandwiches, indicating their complete success

got fV r wave attachment-slxteen-flfty to Drinks and Short Orders Owners say that besides providingfor Insure. With Vs.

ham and no + i r get police," the Greek expostulated. the additional clearance required -
lbv R9" "You turn him oft. Some- ; TRYHALL'S they also add to the com- Peninsular Life

i, Sharon sigh- thing happen. How I know?" fort by smoothing the ride, since

Y "Is there Sharon was busily consumingher Economical the larger diameter naturally Insurance Co.

ythlog In this ham and eggs. Bannister had: PLACENear means less shock on hitting a v

rid a girl can ordered only coffee. The Greek : bump." Lucian Thomas, Agent '
unt on?" ;' glared at them resentfully, as the' Dependable !}k
Seaboard Station
"''What aced music played on. -
11 am," Bannia- i, 11" Bannister mad!! a wry face: "I

said In an i w hope the ham and eggs are better convenience of modern |Economic'Highlights | -
than the coffee," he said to Sha ripHE y
of self-
say .
refrigeration is yours, regardless (Industrial News Review)

Isn't tsement.this the i4 fI "' ron."What the matter with the coffee of where you live if TUNE IN WHEN FOR PROMPT AND't'

ice for met? ?" the Greek demanded bellig have a Superfejt Oil Burning : ..... '..lmmm That Affwt Ik. I>lmt.. t'OUKTKOVa SKHV1CK
Y'e erently. "My, wife-she make It." you :@gf ft Halt* .......... fil.. Md Tax i
tfuly change x Refrigerator in your Hill of Kvrrr ........ .. -N.-
subject?" ';She did? Bannister asked in t."..! Sad .t".1 Problem
'Blesa you!" ,r differently as he lit a cigarette. kitchen. Superfex is 'made Presents i Is.ep.rsbl.l from. Lorn Welter. THE !INEW DEAL !a
"Yes. You don't like It?" homes in the
nnls t e r especially The Pniixe 'That Refreshes I -

;shed f e r- s "No." country; uses kerosene the, Each Friday (WJAX) I Many Industrial writers are say- SERVICE STA. I
ntly. There "You don't like my wife? Ing that the most significant business
s the faint "I didn't say anything about cheap fuel that is conveniently 9,80: p. m. development of the early Hubert K. Priest i x41

Ise of a mo- your wife." available everywhere. Starke Coca-Cola I months of 1035 ban been the great

.boat out on water f "Please give me the check." Bottling Co. through new bond IIJ uClI. This

Sharon pointto The second It was paid the on the door of Superfex trend, which was covered In Horns

a picture reek: : ran to the radio and turned many small but important detail In this column lunt week, k

the crew of"That's "' the dial to the police broadcast. It items are,within your reach seems to be Hteiulllv\ : gaining In Im-
the r blared outat 62 Avenue A- portance-new bond Issues are ru-
a without fumbling the CONVENIENTLYLOCATED IT'H TIME
ow you strok- All cars. Hurry hurry! among mored which would fur exceed In

Isn't It?" Suddenly BonnlMter appeared wearing a kitchen apron. The proprietor slapped his thighs larger things on the deep value those of March, which wan: In AND THAT MEANS 'A
Yes" "Ahenu Your humble servant most prayerfully be- In anguish. ,He was almost in shelve This is pnly one of* Cor. Walnut & :Madison Itself an exceptional month. It Is ;

You know," aeeche Mitdame's most gracious pardon. tears. "You see!" he wailed, "1 I convenient' features. true that there have been few bond PERMANENT WAVE p,
liar on saidfeditatlvely. I miss it" I Issuea represent "wholly new" Spiral Wave, .8. $5, and *7G'roqulgnofa
"We havent really' phone Branch grinned. "Listen "Calling all cars! Calling all Superfex saves you money- FROMSTANDARD money-most of them have simply

en each other since we.. were kids, baby, I know a phonograph record cars!" Sharon and Bannister could prevents the spotting of food represented refinancing operations, Wave |3.5O and F,"
( Ve we?" when I hear one.. Co kiss nil hear it as they climbed In the and does it for -a small cose- with the object of retiring old issues 93.00 d'

"It's not my fault." Bannister your. mother goodnight and go to users around S 10.00 a year, C and replacing them with new
i Id Indignantly. "I haven't been bed. And by the way, tell your car.Early next morning, Branch was say ones ,commanding lower Interest LEILA'SBEAUTY
Ing to Bryn Mawr" maid to be earful when she dusts rapping on the glass door of the or less than a dollar It month. SERVICE STA.Joe rates However, the present outlook }

that record. It's about worn out Nancott 'apartment A hurried- like tell Justifies the forecast that a SHOP
Sharon grinned Impishly. "It Sharon slammed the receiver dressed butler furtively stuck his We would to you HUlnink, Mgr number of major corporations will

[!ould have been a bit difficult. down. head out.Branch. and tbow you, more about .shortly offer the public securities

"And Europe" Bannister con- The phonograph stopped an:1: pushed his way In. "I'd Superfex. Let us give you a : for "wholly new" projects.It --- t'

oclal nued! ignoring her jibeand she took the record off. "Darda- like to see Miss Nancott.' Tell her I free demonstration I Is natural to 'suppose that, If UtSY

service and newspaper nellat I Where do you get these it's Mr. Branch" ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING -. business Is once more coming out
He sat down beside her
records 7 The A. B. F. ?" 'The butler was horrified. "I A.B.CLARKLAKE & NUl'PIJES of its shell and attempting finandIngIndustry '
Why do you have to work on a couldn't sir. Not for anyone. It's
Bannister shook his head. "Al at large Is experiencing nS'
wspaper, Sharon?" ways bellttlln'. If you weren't only seven-thirty and Miss Nan CITY,bFLORID.t O. E. I.AMPSlc.p"l. better Um.,'. The volume of _t-

She made a firm line of her lips. hungry" he prodded her. "you cott has Just finished her orange- K. F. I). NO. S nt For Electrical Industrial production, according to

t don't have to. Tm resigning.! wouldn't criticize. So I'm going t.> Juice." TELEPHONE No. 1, ELI.ISY: 'IL1JC AppliancesImbach the Cleveland Trust Company' 1 ;;
"That's mervelous! Bannister "So what?" The Spotlight
take you right out to eat""Isn't "Business Bulletin baa been run-
led at his watch. "A great bartc there a light?" Sharon "She will then go for a ride In ning about nine per cent higher ,

> \ moment. Miss Sharon Nan- asked as they went ',down the the park. When she returns," the Electric during the first quarter of this

sit, announces retirement from stairs butler continued oratorically, "she SUPERFEXREFRIGERATOR. year than In the same period of LAKGB CLASS BEER, Oo
wvapaper world at exactly eleven- will have her shower. Then she Contractor 10.14. Other well-known Indices,
rty p. M." "Hang onto* at me. I'll guide you. will have her breakfast. And she i e such ai (that of 13mlnoM Week," PLATE LUNCH with .large _
"I'm serious" They were about the spot I never sees anybody until sf erbreakfast. I N. Church Street agree. (Alus. Beer ...;....._ .:.._ SIM
where Bannister had been talkingto
"So am I." Bannl ter pressed her Julia. ." he finished trium Main reason for the Improve- ,

md t warmly. The putt-putt of a phantly. ment Is the same as It was last '
"tutor could "There's a step there he cautioned Branch stood pat. "I'm afraid I'll
be heard Ban-
again. year Motor. This Industry' which
ister rose 'Til get some wood her. He opened a door in ( have to be the exception. Tell Miss IF YOUR READ TUB led the country out of the relatively TORODE

lid build a fire.".. the side of the boathouse A mo ''NancottHe broke oft as Sha minor depression, of 1921 Is ap Chevrolet Co.
Fm not chilly,' really." ment later they were in his roadster ron entered dressed In jodhurs. Florida'TimesUnion parently going to lead the country -

No., hut you will be. It's pretty and driving out of the garage.As : She looked at him In amazement. BREATH HASA out of the major depression of

eceptlve out here. they sped over the deserted "How did you get up here T" She the pl'e ent. Demand for cars and :
"But It's road Bannister turned to look at turned to the "Was he an
no lat. butler For latent :Market, Sports, trucks has held to a very high lev- I
"No it Isn't." he coaxed her. Til her. nounced SMELL YOUCANT el--thole who forecast that the II I
I IC back In a minute" Me start- ""If I could." he laid softly "11I "Old stuff.''- Branch said brazenly and General News. Jemand would shortly be surfeltxl BALE AND SERVICE I

' limed to the phonograph. ."An I wich and then I'd drive ua BOTH "Well, what do you want?" she FEEL WELL Subscriptions people whatever else they are buyIng We imwhiuitaM have und specially equlpnwnt trained to I I
H American custom. Music with home." I demanded. Caitova'a PharmacyE. are going in heavily for new give von the best service obtainable.
Our- meals" Sharon tried to make light of it. I Branch motioned in the direction ..... utt M ..... feed deawes transportation :J
j'Meals'" "Tommyf How can you think of of the butler. wr .._ Our ....... ..... tldlis. CAMP, Agent ----.00--
"Well hesitation Sha- .., ..rv .at s esr was sad .... a PHONE Ill
I'm second's
meals, if there were any- anything like Greenwich when After a bud ....... -w. .... w pm.. Si IW FAKMINO
n'ng' to eat in the house." ,He thinking of food. I want some ron dismissed him. He looked back --. .... we ..... la ...... rel..rr ...
"" -- -- -- -
'ut certain ... s. sued stir ..srlYeaw Too many of our people In the ;
on the first record ham and eggs. And I want them a little baffled,, not quite
I hand that came I I "' ... ...... lose d....it w...+tbile pant have struggled during the
right thingin
P all
started It left there, She pointed to an that he was doing-the .
and slam- ,
.The Only Way Ie Look Clean
ruing he mistress alone with I wrr- k wW Yew bile JeM.tIs better days of their live. In cultivating -
his .
door. night lunch wagon. leaving ) dltrd KNOW WHAT TOURISTS and Fresh la t.. HummerTime Wf|
Taal ..-- jyI is soil not suited to Y
As he walked down "It's one-thirty Sharon/* Ban this crude stranger. II t. sad .......am.v KNOW grow .
the outer ..,. Usins a plc 45 IS aw the kind of, for Is t Have Your ar
talc, in "_ asked abruptly ...... crop which they
the darkness older said a trifle petulantly, look- "Well? she a. Iw -
*. motor
..., bard .... --rri d That were used after Statin-
year .
[ could: be watch. when they were alone. : dM
descried coasting fn- InC at his r .. .... ...... ss tical Information
the Govern
'a' tile Blip with the abut Sharon switched off the ignition. Branch uttered next words 'ftM -. .YwerpsNiS A by And
ft. -ail bb ment and. widespread educational L4VND1W WORK
Then a shadowed figure step- Bannister reluctantly helped her all In one breath. "Mrs. Patterson itrMb.e DURDEN'SRESTAURANT'
Mrf.. out onto the pier : out of the car. was found murdered. In her bed ( wsw a. SfSKS&v....... movement to have helped the farmers i* ti, ,
.. solve'their of the
Julia .. ee ,
Bannister exclaimed 14 Aa they neared the door a radio this morning. ?"* Tfe* C s* '
hoarse all -Murdere'Branch has sold. ... past. But even the Government STARKE'DRY ti
whisper as'' the was blaring out. "Calling cars (
figure sfe-S-sS -
with all its
? Sa noble Intention, seams
lOVed into the I Calling all cars."'Bannister start And he season very sure of hi* I
halt-Upt'l'luld waa -. CLEANFRs'A
to the
stumped by performaoresof
lmjy ward. I he rare of M .. twirl
Been ed The radio continued a..Irr
apprehensively. fA .. ....: Is The D.*t Plac In Tvwn'T.UT ., nature. as. evidenced! by such rpPUONiII ;
to madaext '
::1 want lead- murderer Be sure
talk to you," i .. "Guard all highways the .. _--r- ar .. / idea. calamities a* droughts, flood. and
of metropolitan week''amaslng Install- .. .. ... ... :1'litl
taYou've cot Sharon Maaeott up.He I.lag In and out u- -a-a dust storms.--March of Progr....
was slime,:!'TID"p-. :district.. Stolen car number <732& -I-) .. ...... ...... : '
w -
",.l',, "."e"',.,"..':1", ) ;I: "" ." { 1"-'i"I""".'. ., t.'I.. :;:: : :'\ .. ;y .t.'J 'i .?!&!";r_\t.ldr Jj'; : :$+ ::,:;:.I!,.J F'' Sri. c'wt' NL M 'aM.J.h V1.
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j' A. U Rjr. on Section line run- In fact Tampa
\18. Rant and West dividIng Sec duced factors
= hNN #P 13 and 18 and run East on 23.783.643 cigars,
r f LORIUA.f.II !T a6r P4e of crease of 213,319 *
.. eea ..." Section line SIO feet to a point over larch. .
beginning, thence South and parallel i,
with Mid Railway 110 feet,
I ,3ocielJf thence East at right angles with
: Kid Itallwny 105 feet, thanes North LOST FAT
and parallel with said Railway SIO
: \ CJ LOYAL feet, thence West along Section line
105 feet to berlnnlnsri Also, comm -
neln:r on Section line dividingSections Fooled Gossipers
f PO//VC/A/VA- I 13 and 26 at point 109 feet
e e ..: East of B. A. U Hy. and run Southerly --
t" Musical Tea Music Club H)a 1:9: 'a .4.. parallel with said Railway Mrs J, R. McCauslana
track too feet, thence at right angles of I'n
I: A Successful Affair Closes Season t I, hO/l/OAS and Easterly 100 feet thenceTlortberly burgh writes: "I took off 8 lh

; The musical tea given at the With Fine Program !I : : IJ; MOST Railway track and to parallel said section with line.said two weeks'with Kruscbeolay'

,, j, Woman's Club building Friday afternoon Music Club wl it J; t IolOiDULAy thence Went on Section line to i,, usual and feel fine; You! too,J
THe Fortnightly .. :
oC also known reduce
, af r point beginning & safely as Mrs. lIcCauu
I was a most successful close Its season with a reclproclt w ) #d flOWE'N6 Su of Lot 87. East Law ley, per platof did if
I I., R Mrs I* A. Canova was program night, May 7 t= record; all being In Section 18, you'll only have a mild,
chairman, Mrs A. Z. Adkins, program Friday Phllharmonl I iL II'ft i ar A T2EE/ Twp. 5 S R. S3 B. Also North 60 your own. Pay no attention >
\ when the Gainesville feet of 8H of Lot 83 and 14 of who
. rH gosslpers
chairman of refreshments and will here. Thl Black 9 of James M. Edward Addition I wouldn't want to*
\t I Mrs H. B. McLendon of Invita.tlons. Society appear will mark th I I 4t to Town l"ofr:: : I"l't .. you the slender woman you can:
which ;
; brilliant program close of the present sea t f : { il, ing the for Went roadway. Together of 34 with reserved if you'll only take a half tea
4" ful of
Mrs. K. O. Duncan, played as a at 8 o'clock t: the tenements heredltamante and Kruschen Salts in a 0
i piano solo,' "Valcik" (John Mak- son, will be given JAr'' ? ; 1 : appurtenances thereto belonging.! hot water every morning r
j the Woman' Club auditorium.The : I K. K. PKRRYMAN, fine with
.1 rejs H Soprano solos: "The Moon program will be as follows if i Special Master, Juice of half ;wadded *
Props Low," "From' the Land of Toccata and Fugu, KNtflHT A. KNIOWT ).
Two pianos: Attorneys for Plaintiff.
the Sky Blue Waters (cadman) by In D Minor ___-.________Bacl f I.l?.8t-I'11 Kruschen: Is SAFE--it'a a hail].
) Mrs.'.J. I* Briggs; a group of violin from "L'Arleslenne Suite treatment and when your bo
solos was given by MIsa Lorelle Minuet SerenataTarengh to. Jacksonville alone the Western abounds with Kruschen fitne*

'I' "+ Talt; Soprano solos, "One Fine Bizet. Ruth Dobbins Smith, Union Telegraph Company excess fat leaves Jar lusts 4 wand
Day" from "Madame Butterfly" Claude Murphree disburses upwards of a halt million costs but a trifleany art;

(Puccini), "The Wren" (Benedict) Baritone: "The Trumpet Shal: *; dollars annually .In salaries, store. Mitchell's Drug Store i
Miss i. taxes and rents. lots of it.
and "Italian Street Song" by Handel
r Sound" ( !
:), i1 Virginia Peace. Prize Song, from "Die Melster :

I r4 ti\ The tea 'was sponsored by the singer" -_____________ Wagnei
of the Club.
; Muaic Department George Hack

t.\' Two violins : Allegro and Ada.'
\ry'ry'Baptist, W. M. U. Notice glo from Concerto for Two Violin WHITE HOUSE LIBIiY'S

(,,,If'!", The business and program meetIng """____________________?. Bach EvaporatedMILK D Corned Brrt
of the Woman's Mls lonaryht' David Kantor, Jack Long
ltt; Union of the First Baptist Church Soprano: Care Sclve_____Hundel

will be held at the Church Monday Rejoice Greatly (from "Messiah") HASH

i, afternoon at the usual hour. _..__________.:___________ Handel
'jj. '
v .... Flower in the Crannied Wall Rice M/SS/OAS gtrA0lgM0

n gains are reported in The Wren _-.____________ Benedict Tall i 16-0z.
ij' ._______ 60 2 29c
rr banking deposits all over the state Mabel Petersen Godwin G4IVDLC'ST/O/G Can Can
Two- pianos: "Fetes" (from WNERE ECONOMY RU1f3

Three Nocturnes for Orchestra).. A CS

1 ___________?? _? Debussy-Ravel 1 4 OF A2 Y COZO/ S A
COFFEE SUPREME-Freshly Boasted! Freshly Ground:
I "It Costs Me Only Valse-Paraphrase (after Chopin /
)) __________Edouurd Schuett NFLUENCE'NFLO.QDAB

Ife 32 Cents A Day To Ruth Claude Dobbins Murphree.Smtih, Sometime during the 1880's an Eng- Florida Historical Society, Jacksonville BOKAR, 2 Pounds 45c

lishman named Matthews unearthed the by Mr. Detwiler. .

Enjoy Modern City O. E. S. NoticeThe remains of 3 brass altar candlesticks at During; the early summer months thereis IONA-Tc-nder., Cut, STRINGLESS

l Refrigeration With regular meeting of the the old Spanish mission near New Smyi>" '* colorful nothing than in Florida the blooming more picturesque Royal Poin-or BEANS 2 No. 2 cans 15c

tarke Chapter Order of Eastern na. From the various original parts a cianna which becomes a vivid mass of

j My Kerosene Oper- Star will be held at the Chapter complete candlestick was assembled by scarlet overtopping its broad crown oC Fancy, Mixed, Green and White

room Monday night at eight the late John Y. Detwiler of New Smyrj-,/ tern-like foliage. The individual flowersare LIMA BEANS No. 2 lOcCOLD

ated 34 'clock.. na who, in 1925, made a'special' trip to 2 to 3 inches across, the petals being can
All members and officers' arerged Spain to determine the history of the old: scarlet except for the upper one which is STREAM-Finest AluM PINK

to be present candlesticks. In all probability they were tinged with yellow. The tree, which Is
Edna Hart, W. M. SALMON Tall Can lOc
Eva Anderson, Sec'y. in use" in Florida as early as 1696 when a native of Madagascar, attains a heightof

} ELECTROLUX the mission was built The restored about 30 feet. Because of its brilliant GRANDMOTHER'S, Plain or sneedBREA

candlestick was later presented to -thfe i floWA"'" it i illl also' known as the flame tree. W-o, J8-O 24-o. Wh Wht. Cr. VUt
Gainesville has a trade turnover ,
Says The Wise Housewife annually of some $18,000,000, Given Surprise D 6c 8c lOc 8c Sc
retail. Sliver Brook Print or ASP: Fancy TUB
Birthday Party O. J, Phillip. CorrrapondtatRcvlewa ; The Bible Study group on Tues
day evening were treated to an n. BUTTER Per Lb. 35c
t SHOP AND SAVE AT Mr.. and Mrs. L. D. Green entertained ', Season lustrated Lecture on "The meanIng -
J. L. Harrell,
number of the prominent grower and Menace of Modernism"
a large in IONA-Plaln or Self-Rising
and shipper strawberries! here
HART'SLawn young folks at their home last connection with the continued lesson 6-lb, Sk 12-lb. Sk 24-lb.
t this week gave the following resume
Thursday night In honor of their of the past season: on "Pre'and Post" doctrine.A FLOUR 25c 47c 89c 81'$14.75
son, Edwin, whose birthday anniversary special song contributed by
: that date.The Lawtey shipped 63 cars contain- two young ladles very fittingly expressed IX<1 Mnnto-Dellclon Sliced-Large No. 2J/ Can
I ing 30,658 crates.. Averages cost the comfort to be found in
young folks enjoyed PINEAPPLE 19c
of loading, preCoollng, refrigeration the love of the Saviour.
.: one.F inch a I lsl8 and'indoor games during the eve' transportation, cartage and Next week there (\8 to ue another
nlng and Edwin_ waste presented assorting, delivered In New York,: Illustrated Lecture
and this will
all robber good .many lovely gifts froru'hls. friends Including over-charges on three I also be Cartoon pictures with n TON/%-Big Dessert Halves Luscious, Yellow Cling |

quality, guaranteedwith who shared this occasion with him.:, light. cars, was $1.22 per crate. mighty lesson from Mr. E. J. Pace ]
[PEACHES No. 2 15c
Couplings At a late hour refreshments of The average price'paid In cash who many will' remember visited % can

on each.end Ice cream, and cake were served at Lawtey was i$2.44 per' 36-plnt the Mission some two years ago

Limited quantity the guests by Mrs Green. crate. The average net return on and who gave a similar lecture

Cub and Carry! I berries when shipped on consignment and sang his way into the hearts PEAS lona Blackeye 16-oz. can 6c
W. M. BROWN was $2.82. Those selling for of the people. Don't let the chll- Del Monte-Pl't'lpI'reca
cash actually made 12c per crate dlren miss these pictures as they
The death of Mr.; W. M!Brownat more than those who shipped on carry a message which will be .
,; Sturdily constructed! far lasting Theressa came as a shock to consignment, and those buying lost helpful and Instructive along the FANCY

1 A 1' 'ad service,, complete with tray. Cash his many relatives and friends He on the average of 12o per crate. journey of life. Older ones will ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic Cans 25c

,;; C.rry .... ..... .. $i -98 had been in 111 health for several The average net return to those also find them helpful and valuable ENCORE .
',j j"I' months but was seriously Ill .only selling and shipping on consign- Impressions will be carried SPAGHETTI 3 Cans 25c
,a.week ment was $2.38-per 36-plnt crate. home to be pondered over.
Mr., Brown ,was born Nov. 29, The lowest price paid was $1 per aA. .
y, Full the -. LfifcUl 1863 and died May 21, 1939 at 8:45: crate and the highest price was (" ruin FI.OKIIIA.IT roiKT.Ol.VrY 1M C hR.tDFonn ANtt.Jlty. SUGAR 5 Lbs. Bulk 25c

''if'1." with drop p. m. He was a member of Hope $3.88. Starke shipped 30 cars. C. L. 8TCX-KWE1L.U an Conservator RAJAH

"'I" tides ane Baptist' Church for fifteen years The Lawtey FOB price includes all for bank Corporation of Htarka, now, a Florida In Coneurvaloehlp Banking -- SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar 19c

> traordl- end' for several years served as a berries shipped in refrigeratorcars ,' Plaintiff. Fancy Sweet-Plain or Mixed
!;, or by trucks or. to local u. Cue No. 449
deacon: he was a faithful mem-
value .
nary JAMES T. MOORE!! ET .AL.Dllfendanta.. PICKLES 25-oz. Jar 21c
truckers who sell in Jacksonvilleand .
Term Me ber and was loved by all who knew
devoted husbandand other points'tip'' to..and includ Take notice that the undersigned
him. was a
$, J weekly. Special Mantor by the final decree In .
:l a loving father and will be ing May 2. the above entitled canes appointed rCLEAN SWEEP FANCY BLUE ROSE

'y'It < $6.95 greatly missed In the, communityIn If the'dry weather had not cut during will pursuant; the legal to hour said decree of ale and on Light, Strong, 4- tringBROOMS Whole Grain
f. which he lived the crop short wq could have ship Monday the 3rd day of June, A. 13.

r f.'I WINDOW'SHADES The funeral service was held at ped two weeks longer and prices aid 1930,decree Ball, In, to the the manner highest directed and bent by I I ; RICE

i'Ii 9WE SELL Hope Church Friday, May 3 at would have shown a little better on bidder for cash, at the Huuth door of

4 o'clock by the Rev. Lyle his the average since berries were Hi the'ad'ounty ford County Courthouse, Florida at, the Htarke following ., 330 5 23'MARY
,' THESE WONDERREFRIGERATORS 3'Sf39c pastor. He was laid to rest In scarce In New York the last few ; premises, to-wit: I Eifcoli*-------- LbtI. _____
h' 1i Hope Cemetery by the side of a days in April and the first weekIn Lot. 11 and 18 of Woodlawn andNW '.
N"-j of NW>4 of BE:14, and Stt of
r !sister who passed away a year ago May. W, of SU'4. all In H..ul...n U. ANN Old Fashioned
Twp 5 S. R. S9 H. and WH of NK"4of
'f Mr. Brown leaves to mourn his HW4! and all went of 8. A. L. fly
< 'ITimf.dn loss a devoted wife, Mary Brown, Canning Plant i of NEW of NEW of 8WV4, all.1 In Sea: MEAL 5 Lbs. 12c 1
,5 ON EASY TERMS Al I Irablee 16 Twp 6 S. It. HI B. And, com
} oil colors.mounted four eons, Wllmot, Troy and Lacy Workmen have almost completed I mencing- a point 100 feet Bait of
Ij\ Call for Demonstration nnload Brown of Thersesa and Clyde the Community Canning Center WINNER ROCK GROUND
-liit rollers quality Brown of Plant City, two daughters building and the conning equip- GRITS 5 Lbs. 15cIONA
runVsay. .II Mrs Rachel Saucer and Mr. ment Is now on hand and It is expected -
; t Mora Clark of Theresa and eleven that canning operations will i RITZ
;4} H. A. BISHOP grandchildren. Three sisters Mrs. begin in the.near future, THEATRE I

HART Maggie Dennison, Mrs. Emma AI- STARKH, FLORIDA TOMATOES '3 No. 2 25c
a STARKE FLA. varea and Mrs. Fannie Stanley; 'New'Building' I cans

ciY I FURNITURE CO. and an uncle, Mr. Jeff Underhill of 'SfcThe Sinclair i (; Raflnlng i''Companyof PROGRAM I IONA-With Tomato Sauce <

Starke. Starke a large has garage a large-crew building erectIng near- BEGINNING FRIDAY PORK & BEANS 16-oz. can 5c

ASK US FOR ,A DEMONSTRATION 0 F THIS. the High School grounds and when FRIDAY MAY 17TI1
completed the place will be operated BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c
;..;.. BEAUTIFUL NEW TOURING SEDAN MODEL by Lonnie Harley who promises 'Women Must Dress

: : a first ,class, repair shop for Luc
'( Lawtey. Minna Gomhell Sunnyfleld .Fancy Santa (
Gavin GordonSATURDAY
'CORNFLAKES 70-80 Size
pIJ! 1'ersonah6Mrs
M J. !<. Harrell was visiting PRUNESSwtM
i relatives and friends in Moultrie, "LAW BEYOND
Gii.. over the weekend.Mr. 8-0*. 1J
r',. ". and Mrs. O. W Roberts THE RANGE"- Pkg. -.....;-- 70. 2 ......:----- :: .J
were visiting rehtlves.in DeLand Tim
"\ ?"yl Sunday. 'Also McCoy Finest Drink Victory BrandOVALTINE

Mr. and Mrs B. E-: Reddish of Chapter 9 "The Lost City" DOG

I II Jacksonville were visiting here and Mickey Mouse O-at., FOODClean
't# Sunday afternoon. 'an ,..?____, 31 18-00. 50
Dr. and hire ,J. H. Carradlne SUN.-MON; MAY 19-80: Can '
,t'l t- ----- ----
!spent the week-end In Jackson Our Own Blend
j _
I i,ville. ... 'HOLD 'EM YALE'Patricia India Ceylon SOAP QuickTEA

; ILir Mrs J. C. Prevail'and Mrs. O..J. Ellis
'11 Phillips were shopping' ir> Jacksonville Ccwir RomeroTUES.WED 1-3 Pound ') C'O

,, Wednesday.The Package __..:.-. -J.b.., 31'
:1 -
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: : Rev and Mrs. James Lyle
.'$. !: MAY 1-ZJ: :
wore visiting in Rulford SiuinyfleU,
Tuesday Pacific

.W. H. Edwardl"and'Ion.. Blllle. FLAKES .TISSUE
were business visitors to Balti
t J. ANDREWS Jr. more. Md., the first of'the '2 '15 lOe
T. J. week Jams Barton-HrfenHelen. W8lltlflY Pkg.. ______' 3 Ron ._____
Terry and J, C. Prevatt are ,
;. ,. working the cucumber deal at Seek THE GREAT
? ': : STARKE, FLORIDA ,;Alachua this week : ATLANTIC &: PACIFIC TEA COMPANYL4.tif

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,V.. 1\f.\V_, ___ _. .... ___ ._._ ___ _.. .- __ _. _. J. __ __ __ __ __', _w__ _. __ _
-- Miss Vonda Inman. daughter of action to Huey, and as near as I ready caused considerable untl\Vor'l at this hour can advance the ctato 4

Mrs. Vonda E. lumen, is employe 'NAT SEZ: fl can figure he la looked upon as a able} publicity and will tremendously, and by the same

as stenographer in the Senate dui kind of a fifty-fifty Public Enemy great deal more If you don't watch token one or two foolish laws! can

Bits of ing the legislative-session. I'm all. the. time reading In the I and Public Nuisance. your step with Its preamble declaiming kill public confidence and retard

paper about this and that hour, But I found here ns on my re- that 'a public emergencyand our progress for years to come.Let's .
Mesdames W. L. Wall and J. M.' wife's recipe for carrot puddtnor cent trip east that folks would crisis exists throughout the watch our step!
Brownlee were in Miami Monda; some .other would rather talk about FLORIDAthan
lDcal Ne\\b' where they attended the funeral ot concoction 'its anything elue. People are state' That it In Impossible for .

Mrs. Mary McBeath Weeks. I'd like to give genuinely interested In our state tax payers to pay tho interest and OPEN DAY AND NIGHTHALES

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND a favorite summer and It seems to be common knowl- principal maturities demanded by
CONCERNING Col. and Mrs.,E. Futch of De recipe f1"f;,, edge that Florida is leading the those representing the holders of

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Land, were week-end guests of Mi mine: Take one",-, r Nation on the march to recovery. bonds' 'that many thousands
third hot we*. Thousands of folks who have
and thai
Mrs H. L. Brownlee at
of bring
of citizens are In danger -
home on North Walnut Street. ther, 'one 01 thirdKingsley : visited Florida during the last two ON ROAI THIRTEEN ,
La% years have returned to their native their homes because of exorbi- a "

and one -third states singing our praises, talking tant taxes' and more In a similar ,, \';
Waieitor Mrs Arthur Copeland is spend Miss Murla Weeks, of Miami,
of bathing suit about our' marvelous roads, our delightful
, vein that certainty is a tempt. l' "
B ing this week with friends in Wen came Tuesday and Is visiting he climate
Monday. 'I"m resorts our glorious -,
, here ing lure to be presenting the prospective -
Palm Beach aunts Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J-.W '
wrong here*+...- the amazing opportunities homeseeker and Investorat f'
:and;;; Mrs. J. J. Terry spent Brownlee and Mrs J. E. Wilson the least you tor Investments.,, a time when the state Is boastIng -
Ir sda )p JackSlJnvtUe. Representative Charley IE.' John can have and get by the law i 1 18' I found just about everyone' of Its rapid strides toward re '
of Tallahassee, spent the week-em Rev and Mrs. M. C, Stith and, one-half of a bathing suit). Well) from the bell-hop to the banker covery."

Mrs. O. A. Andreu wen here with his family. sons, of Jacksonville, spent Thurs- anyway you take the Ingredientsmix i eager for Information. "What cana "When you get back down there 11Q'
|Ir and day here visiting Mrs. Stith's pa them well and.you:have a nic< fellow buy a small home for for the love of Mike tell your folksto

,tort to amptonjunday. County Commissioner J. M. RosIer rents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown dish of solid comfort Oh yes- down there?" "po you know of a quit sobbing around about the
lee. Mother Nature will furnish the< promising business opportunity for 'depression,' the 'crises' and the '
of Brooker was of Lawtey, was attending to< '
H' Shaw hot weather, there Is enough Lak< for a nun with a few thousand 'big bad wolf' That kind of talk,
L? Tuesday business here -
mean visitor here Monday for all, and Sternberg'a will tend dollars?" "Would a substantial In- if kept up will retard your progress
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and to the bathing suit part of it, 1 tf vestment in hotel or apartment another ten years. Good Lord, d
,.nleTl Chambers was a business. Ray L. Geiger of Green CoySprings children of Jacksonville, spent you give .us a chance. property be advisable at this man, Florida Is in better shape to-
Jacksonville Tuesday.s was looking after bus)- Sunday In Starke with Mrs. Ran the
ltor to time are some of questions day than any of her sister states.
ness interests here Tuesday. dall's parents,'Mr. and Mn,_J.. M.. New asked. Real estate sales are picking up- You ;,
Lr Johns oljmpton. Alvares. ,
andrvisors here Sun Printed Voiles But ono discordant note came Investors are seeking opportunities (
Mrs. Mozelle Priest of St. Petersburg Just Arrived. f from any attorney who now ,has -and the whole country has its Look
spent last week here visIting The Woman's Missionary Society -' 19c .. considerable invested in Florida eyes en you. So don't permit selfish
-House"" her"'son..Bert Busbee. will meet Monday afternoon: and who keeps close tab on Florida Interests and a desire for votes ; Right ,w
Lit School .,,
Nlte, Friday -: at three-thirty, at the Methodic luunaiopt'urSILK activities. "Florida Is in an en- on the part of petty politicians to I
Church. Business and devotlona most plunge the state back Into the ,
viable position compared
J of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spenMother's HOSIERYChiffon
;, W. Alderman meeting. states," he said. "The depressionIs abyss just at a time when you are
week-end ,at his home Day in Fernandina with and you SEE rightIn
Int the or Service far as folks are beginning to see the light"And
over an you
his mother, Mrs. Mary Davis. of fromS. +
Skit Nlte--lOo &: 20o-Skit NltMr. 79c & $1 concerned and you stand on the I pass this thought on to a pair glasses
O. LEWIS. Our thirty. ; I
of because I feel that the reaction
thresh-hold of a period unpre- you
,Irs, Ruth Courtney of Lawtey,, You will like "Chic-check Blue' and Mrs. George C. White Also Knee Length cented expansion and development of outsiders to Florida activities Is seven! years of experience

a visitor here Monday after- with your name attractively printed and Frances White of Tallahassee, New ,l"aUt'rnli but if you pass some of the matter of concern to all of us. as experts qualifies us to
D on each sheet. The most popular spent the week-end here with Mr Summer Materials bills now being considered by your Florida's future progress and pros- fit you PERFECTLY, Al
of Lake stationery" with the younger and Mrs. G. W Alderman and Mrs legislature, you'll drive away rail- perity depends in a largo measureon All models are now avail. AyA
fcol. Joe Hill Williams, this girli. See samples nt the Bradford J. W. White. Voile'&1 Organdie lions of dollars and do the state what the rest of the nation able.
[tier,Is attending:court bere County Telegraph. 25c untold harm, just at a time when thinks of UM,

k. Milton Brownlee, Jr., Merrill confidence is returning and those Theaction of our legislature affects

.r, of Tarn- Mrs. Thelma Johns returned Saturday Futch and Howard Moore, stud- ManhattanSHIRTS who have capital to Invest are bo- not only our own citizens: but S. G. LEWIS ;
udge A. G. Stalnaker ents at the,University of Florida, ginning to( again look with favor llke-wlso millions who visit us
after few / and WatchmakerUS
here next Thurs- spending days;! Optician
will speak spent the week-end at their respective -, Collar on Florida investments." each year as tourists as well as
Wrinkle '
, Hall to with friends in New, Orleans, La. With Non -
night at homes.W. "Take your socalled 'Moratorium thousands of homeaeekera and! In- 8. Walnut 8t. )

"All Americana. $1.95 Bill' for example. It has al.i vestors. Constructive legislation
Mr. and Mrs. J. F.;' Shaw and B. Alexander, County Democratic ,
children of the. State Farm, were Chairman, and F. F. Stump Manhattan ---I-- ti
ITTlRD visitors here Saturday afternoon.Mrs. were in Ocala/ Saturday where they BATHING :; TRUNKS -Si d

attended the State Convention of
H. C. .Wimberly of Highland .
COLUMNE County Chairmen. MunHlngweur ....._.__._-__- $2.94: : <1
visitor here
was a Monday

\ WANT HEAL ESTATE afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght Tip Top GroceryTHIS
B.VUG AINSt and children of Jacksonville, spent' STERNBERG'SStarke
t have property for sale Dr. H. B. McLendon attended a Sunday here with Mr Waln-

with you us. |jt. convention of the Florida Medical -. wrIght's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. FloridaMrs. !
Association in Ocala this week.A. D. Wainwright Sr.
f you have a house to rent put '

n our charge. H. Hall and daughter, Sharon, Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery Hulda Corpening has been WEEK'S SPECIALSTomatoes
emember, when strangers Jacksonville Wed- friends In Ocala this week. dNo
were visitors to and children spent this weekIn visiting
own to buy or rent, they call on
nesday. Bushnell with relatives, and
VILSON censed Broker.REALTY COBP'N. while there Mr. Montgomery con- Miss Estelle Kendrick of Ocala,, Can Sc .
Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto ducted a Bible study group. spent the week-end here with her
|(Over 40 Years In Florida) spent Tuesday shopping, In'' Jack parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, N. Ken :

ST OR STRAYED-Cow and sonville. Next time you need stationery drlck.

alt Dark brown, calf Is red. i irk cull by and see the variety of samples 4 2 Cans 29c ;
Ig underslope and underblt Skit night-Bring the family. at the Telegraph office. Your Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mlases Miriam

ears. Calf not marked. Brand I j name and address printed on each Jacobs, Hazel' Adklns and Annie I 't '' wj
''cllar mark. Any Information Dr. and 'Mrs. W.: 11:. Mlddfeton' sheet at no additional, coot.Mrs. Mae Pearce, spetf..: :Tuesday in
ling to whereabouts' advise T. are spending a while In aoutb I Jacksonville.r"> PEACHES No. 22 Can 15c LETTUCE, Each uu. 7'/c a1
[Edwards, Brooker. It* Georgia .- Pearl Brooker and daughter -
Estelle, and Miss Georgia Mr. .and Mrs. Jack Bell of 15c CELERY Each lOc
in Starke ,PINEAPPLE No. 2 can .. _
IB SALE:-Nice, young Shetland Joe Douglass of Brooker, was Long of Green Cove Springs, were Gainesville spent Sunday
W. C. Wooten, Law- with her parents, Mr and Mrs. W, a"
pony. attending to business here .Wednesday In Starke Tuesday visiting Mrs. "
. It* Charles Imbach, enroute to Quln- M. Edwards. GARDEN PEAS No. 2 can 12c Irish POTATOES, 10 lb. 12c

VE orrect YOUR way. floors We have sanded the latest the H. W. Raiford. of Raiford, wasa cy. Mr. and Mrs. P. M.and Barefoot Sara, were and, SUGAR CORN, No. 2 can t2c Sweet POTATOES; 10 lba,15c

Ipment No hand business visitor to Starke Sat- Mrs. C. C. Cross, of Atlanta, Ga., daughters Juanita
scraping. Brooker Sun-

:al ne references.1192-J. North C. A. 9th Powell St.,, urday. Is([Saturday expected) toarrlve and will here be tomorrow the guest (lay visiting afternoon.relatives In JAR RUBBERS, Doz. __ __ _.5c ONIONS, 2 lb. __ ISc'

Mrs. N. T. Green and family, of her sister, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee -
Fla. spent Thursday at Highland visiting and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jernigan of PORK & BEANS, Can ___J5c APPLES, Winesap, Doz. ..25c
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! her mother, Mrs. H. C. Wim lee. Balnesville, spent Sunday
pis is to certify that I have berly. Mrs. Jernlgan's cousin Miss TOMATO JUICE, Can ____.5c LEMONS, Doz. tOc,
W for 2 weeks to sell my place The usual weekly meeting of the Beatrice Johns.

South Thompson Street,, but Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harrington Woman's Christian Temperance 41bs.50cLialU
Ing failed. I now take It off of : of Mayport, spent Sunday Union will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and I 01 L
and Mr.
market at 1200.. W. E. here with her parents, Mr and ''the Vice-President, Mrs. O. E. laughter, Mary Anne, I COMPOUND
ugherty. It Mrs. Nat.'Williams, Stansbury, on Friday afternoon, and Mrs. J.' J, Canova and little
:30.. ion, John, of Gainesville, were 1 2C 8 Ibs. 99c
ALLINO CARDS, any size Mrs.H. B. McLendon Mrs. H. V. : ruests; Sunday of Mrs..,lS.. E., Ca- Pound 9.

for 80; |1.80 for 100. Mono- Knight, Mrs. E. S. Matthews and The study circle of the Woman'lMissionary nova and family.Mr. .
stationery, 100 sheets Miss Hazel Middleton, were In Society of the MethodIst -
100 envelopes, and Mrs. Hugh L. Brownlee {
$3.75. Bradford .
Jacksonville Church have held three meetings -
Nty Telegraph Phone 29. U. Tuesday. tr., and little son, L""le, of New
this week and the.book studied RICE SUGAR TIP TOP MARKET
here this week ,
Orleans( La., are
in American
R SALE: Chicken Fertilizer, 00 Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree, was "Orientals Mr. and Mr.. Urownlee's:
[nts per sack, bring your own of Jacksonville- spent Sunday herewith Ufe." Monday afternoon the book /tailing and Mrs H. L. Brown- Tender Beef Liver Lb. 20c<<
U.A. Wood Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. review was given by Mrs. Sam parents, Mr ,
at T. P. Wall place Mr. M. LeviI 5 LbS 25C ''
'*c e. ItFFICE and Mrs. G. H. BennetLSuperintendent Anderson( Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. lee, Sr., and Mr. and 5 Lb s. 22 Fla. Round Steak, Lb. ,25c

VL E. Edwards; Tuesday afternoony I :on. Fresh lb. ,20c
SUPPLIES: Typewrlt- A. J. Griffis Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. J.AT. ,
Ibbons, adding machine ribbons spent the week-end 'In Tallahassee White; and Thursday after- i Mrs L, K. Moseley and daugh- Lamb Chops, Lb. 35c
bop paper, typewriter paper' with Mrs. Grlffla and their son, : icon by Misses Olive and Amelia I :ors, Beatrice, Lillian and Edna Butter Ib 31C
eta I machine Julian who are located there durIng :lay. Monday and' Tuesday the i :ae, and son, L. E. Jr., spent the Western Chuck Roast Ib. 21 c
theerBradford 'veek-end In Wlldwood, visitingUrs. ,
ty 2; sale at the legislative session Julians meetings were at the church and I brother-in-law and Long Horn Cheese, Lb. 23c
Telegraph office. Phone employed in the Sergeant-at ':fhursday at the home of Mrs. Sam Motteley'n
I Later, Mr. and Mrs..L. W. Strlck-
tf Arms office. Inderson. and. Libby's Corned Beef, can J5c | Libby's Potted Meat, 3 for lie

Mrs. O. P. Hutto and Mrs. E. Q.In ,BALLARD'S TABLE TALK, Plain or Self-Rising '
Zarrick spent the week-end
THIS IS Btarko visiting: Mrs:/Jlutto'. Ion 6 I.HS. 12 LBS. 21 LBS.

and daughter-In-iawvAlr.: : and Mrs.
L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Hutto who had
National Insurance Week been> spending several weeks In St. FLOUR 25c45c87c

I etcriiburg with relatives was en-
route to her home In Orangeberg,
I South Carolina, and'Mrs. Garrlckl

I vas enroute from her home In SL''etersburg '' 3L 25c RITE MAL 8ls 2''
to Philadeplhla, Pa.,, s. or c

You Should Take Time,Of f This Week, To Beg ''tor a visit there with relatives.

come Better Acquainted With Insurance Methods DRESSNA1rIDING, Pt 15c; Qt 25e COFFEE 2 Lbs: 25c'ARGO '

And Your Insurance Agent. The Wise Person TOO LATE JELLO Special 6c r

Does Not Wait For'Someone To Sell Him Insurance He I Fir Hl: KH.' KATff I" STARCH 3 for IOe

..r.tary. "".rt.. ...... A....
MILK 3 Tut!! 19c 3 Sm 10c
Analyzes His 'Own Needs And Discusses Them Intelligently VINEGAR; Gal 25c : : ",

NEW ORLEANS; La.-In spite

With The Agent For The Wise Person Realizes ot t the fact that our National Editorial NAVY

Association Convention was lb. 20c WHITE BEANS Lb. 5c

That Insurance Is His Best Friend In Time Of Need. eld ingflsh[ this, year there in were the;realm no LONO of the N1JCOA ,

Beakers Leeches. did although talk for'come an hour of the ortwo. Oct. Soap and Powders 4 for ,lOc

HAROLD C. WALL Florida with fifteen represents- .
attendance had a dominant '
tlves In
osltlon and with twq speaker onthe
'Complete Insurance Service program cave a !good account BANANAS : 4 Ibs. 15c .
ttTellts .,' '.; ,.' :
of herself.
:200 Call St.lftife -
STARKE, FLA. rve been talking with a lot offolks
la an effort Ui get their re- .y,

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Hints To Housewives KISSIMMEE- During servicesat
the First Methodist Church '
rf I Sunday search for the cause ofa
r I Weekly from Home Demonstration \V JHEN/ kidner'
i FARMERS SECTIONConducted LIVE STATE NEWSNews fluttering noise In the stove w.You ouNw 'UllctiOlbodr: ,
Specialist, TallahasseeTEN pipe revealed a carrier pigeon.! The burning scanty or loo dt. ".
pigeon evidently had been ,In the tisah,getting up.t "equ.t--.
Demonstration Agents REASONS FOR DRINKING of Florida .In Short Paragraphs pipe several days as It was so end whklal feel. night.' .rid"iAa.a's ""
MILK : I exhausted It died a little later .. 00... Pi"C'!

I : when taken to the parsonage for are'especially .kw
Milk contains more lime and first aid and treatment. The bird woi1'iq' kidiye Mdhu, aI
.:.._ r-wr --- --- ere used every t0's.;
---.. 'food had been vTb.v...
phosphorus than any other : \ evidently blown Into the --.. '"
1 NEW PEST OF PEPPERIS these elements are of the best BIG FIRE EVERYBODY WORKSEVERGLADES pipe or sought refuge there, probably 'AsIc'pow nsl0hborlM c-., ,,

RURAL I INFESTING FIELDSOF quality and in the necessary balance JACKSONVILLE man was -A county seat during a rain or blow last

MANATEE COUNTY : therefore milk is essentialto burned to death herb,last week in of 421 persons and no one Jobless week. It had made Its way beyondthe /
COMMON SENSE the best development of bones a blaze which started, 'aboard a -that's Everglades. A county of I "elbow" leading from the first 1 a

GAINESVILLE-A pest new to and teeth. mall freight boat ,and,spread to 4791 with only twenty-five out of few Joints out of the stove Itself.

I By SPUDS JOHNSON Florida the pepper weevilhas It contains proteins of the best two waterfrontwarehouses before work including those on rel1ef- ---

J been found In Manatee County quality therefore milk builds good the entire Jackaonvllle fire depart that's Collier, And the county

BEEF!: FROM BEYOND. pepper patches according to a re- muscle.It ment, answering a general alarm population has Jumped sixty-five

JUICE FROIJAP"N'. port from J. R. Watson. Experiment contains the best quality of I could bring: It under control. per cent since 1930. The state cen- For Expert R

1 AND SOVIET SALMON Station entomologist. It is certain necessary minerals therefore ..-- sus takers gave out these figures. pairingSmith's
a native of Mexico and la found also milk helps to preserve balanceIn 'BIRTH AND DEATH The county Is largely owned by

While tho lower house of the In Southern California.The the diet. PLANT COTW-Twelve hours Barron Collier New York capitalist

Florida Legislature was discussing! insect, known to entomologists Milk helps correct the deficiencies after Albert 'X*! Davis, of Plant .
j tho bill (later defeated in the as JntJaonomuaJr8III., Is of the average modem diet, City died I of Injuries received in I.FLORIDA'S. Garage
l' State Senate) levying a heavy tax closely related to the cotton' boll since it carries substances such a* an automobile-bus crash near SHARE

y, on stores that sell Imported meat weevil although it Is decidedlyamalieI' minerals and vitamins frequently Plant City Sunday morning: his TALLAHASSEE-Florida veterans
!; products Interesting facts were It feeds on the foliage of lacking In many modern foods. wife birth to
gave an eightpoundgirl would! receive $21,921,853 if 'Phone 120
brought out concerning the sourcesof Watson and vitalIty I
young plants Mr. explains.It Milk promotes growth at the Weems' hospital Se- 'the Patman bonus 'bill becomes
food consumed in the state. attacks peppers and other cultivated and increases resistance. It
bring. Besides tile.wldow and Infant
law. Rep. Patman estimated last
j Reporting on the results of a plants ''of the nightshade contains valuable vitamins.. Butterfat another. young daughter survives week.; He Bald there-Were 40.991 Wrecker Service Day-or' Night
survey he had personally conducted family. When the blossom bud Is known as one of the best ?, :5.: veterans holding certificates in the
In different sections. Representative appear It punctures them and food sources of the necessary vita ir';' M
state, the total value of which
Grlffls. of Okeechobee County causes them to drop. Puncturesare min A. -
amounted to $38,891.467. The difference
''J asserted that fully- one-third of made for feeding and for depositing It contains fuel foods such 'M STARTS ,f'o'-"R'' SUITSTAMPA.Fout" has been drawn out in FLORIDA NEEDS MORE CONCRETE ROADSCONCRETE

..' the processed meats used In FlorIda eggs. fat and sugar and furnishes energy mortgage foreclosure Of
$3,478,802,000 originally
';,. come from beyond the borders The eggs hatch In three or four for warmth and work. suits the first brought In owed veterans, $1,707,198-
of the United States. Milk helps to enrich the blood. It thin area by the Reconstruction
days and If laid In the buds, the 516 has already been advanced.
A'. Disclosures even more astounding larvae attack the pollen sacs of contains iron of the finest quality Finance Corporation are on' file .
In Federal court here. The RFC .
s v were made by Mr. Grlffls In the flower. If the> eggs are laid though In small amounts.
'/ the statement that he had found In the young peppers the grubs Milk provides sugar In excellent accepted the mortgages as part of RECOVERINGOCALATwenty
form for children easily digested the collateral on a loan to the first four young rJ I
I!,, with salmon and other fish prod- the central core which turns black natural sugar.It National Bank and Trust Com- men from the FERA transient
: Is a liquid and to take pany of Orlando and most of the camp here were reported recovering I
,1';;, ducts packed in the Union of Soviet and rots. The young peppers fall easy
'r' Socialite Republics (Russia) to the ground. and the quality of its elements renders defendants are of that city. from injuries received wben a

p'i: and several merchant who were The weevil' pupates in the pep. it easily digested and assimil camp truck collided with an automobile

Belling fruit juices canned In Ja- per and when the adult appears it ated.Milk STATE GROWSTALLAHASSEEFlorida's near Inverness last week. .
is essential to health. Five are in a hospital here. The
digs Its way out of the pod. making population
Adults should have of milk others were treated for minor Injuries
a pint
has increased approximate.
I, Civic pride admittedly Is a pour a small hole. Infested peppersare
:i1substitute, for prices with which unfit for market. each day or its equivalent In dairy iy ten per cent since the Federal. at the camp. Henry Jackson -
products. Children should have a SO, of Jacksonville who was
:'i competition can be met. Even In Excessive of census was taken in 1030 the census
Y? dropping young quart of milk a day because it Is division of/the Department of riding In the truck from Tampato I
an area when the profit motive liHO peppers Is the first sign of the
rH widely condemned storekeepers necessary to proper. growth and Agriculture Tallahassee baa an- a promised Job In Ocala was ciao
weevil. If it are
''i+4 must hold their trade and at least : opened. the grower dropped will pods see that no food can take its place for the nounced. The last Federal census the only serious victim of the
proper development of bones and showed state crash. He is in a critical condition
break sales a population of 1,-
: even on if they are to the' central core and seeds are
../. remain In the business that en. black and infested with several teeth. Milk is the best healtbi 468,211 persona and a ten per cent with a fractured.skull .. ,
gages them.Obligations. i protecting food. increase would bring the 1935 total r
'\1<\ whitish grubs. Close inspection of ....
'tf / nevertheless rent up- plants in the Infested area will --- $7OO PER> CAR -- to 1.615.0321'OaOR FEAR SLAYING

1':, on merchants in respect to the reveal the weevils feeding on blossom LEESBURC3-Melons are begin ST. PETERSBURG-Fear that
J quality of the I'oodathey are supplying buds. ning to move from the Leesburgand Andrew Olsen 05, wealthy Bostonian HIGHWAYSPAY
{\\1i! customers. Community in. Besides pepper other favorite Groveland area and the first CHILD has been slain to prevent

;y4 terests also should be recognized hosts of the weevil are certain species car consisting of fine watermelons his testifying In a kidnap for ran-

t. by them,, within reasonable limits./ of wild nightshades. It has averaging thirty-four pounds /AND IHC ;SCHOOL som trial in which lie allegedlywas FOR THEMSELVES

:;:' Production of farm crops In the often been found on eggplants, each is reported to have brought I the victim was' expressed by
) state particularly deserves their which have been planted near infested $700 on track. Among the earliest Onmv m, Or ALIEN a IRELAND Detective Chief E. E. Llpphard. .
; cooperation and support. Handling fields. The eggplant however shippers la J. H. Butler of this Mm let" Inn rtraal IV MWW m4 Hnlit./ f.MN N.n.r.1".w.,. Chief Llpphard has called in Federal n.... reasons why concrete is the ferior surfaces. The saving bas

''il>' of Imported foodstuffs has directly does not seem .to be a favorIte city. The first two shipments men to investigate Mr. Olsen'a most economic pavement: gas,oil,tire and car repute

\\a the opposite significance. host. were made to New York and Phila Stunts mysterious disappearance follow- 1. Long life and low upkeep- 3. Concrete builds business
the arrest and promotes
lag Indictment of
i\t.\ .. Consumers themselves demotions Pepper weevils spread by flight delphla. funds which would otherwise
of the "I dare ':yob," "Yer stumped" Phil Gregory of Marion. Ill., whole be travel. A town oa concrete
: i> are responsible In adults or by carrier. They
a measure for the cries accused of to take spent for repair may be used to is moved closer to ill
it. the conditions that may be carried In young plants or land or by pulling up and burning were among I heard upon attempting .
rj: by Mr. Grlffls/ In were his investiga developed. In field boxes and other utensils them., Since peppers are not stepping on to the school play Mr.. Olsen to Boston for the pur. complete: our highway .,mm. market

I l; dons Insistence on the very last used In Infested fields. grown extensively in Florida from ground.' pose of extorting money In a confidence 2. Scientific investigation has ADd la addition to these aioatf-,

i i., penny In price concessions con Control measures for this pest' July to October destruction of infested Naturally, 1 racket proved that it costs motorists reasons concrete: ....cm lIl. gin

$ ceivably may have forced some re- are similar to those used for the pepper plants and nightshade stopped, interested up to 2 cents per mile less to motorist relaxation comfon
: boll at this season should do 'w Here was a group. FORGOTTEN MONEY
Mr. Watson
tall stores to place recommends drive than
on Ia-
foreign concrete
on .and
produce SAFETY
of small formed MIAMI : e.
;"'' in stock. Shopping In the following practices to much to control infestation De. boys -A "forgotten" bank ac'Count
1 v' a careless stroy all wild nightshade In'the .f; in a circle surrounding amounting to 1015.10 insured ,
way. over telephone or otherwise, growers whose peppers are Infest "An Open Letter to Henry Ford" is a ,booklet worth having lie FRO
two of theii ,
future less filled
with little attentions ed vicinity of the pepper field and especially a with
',:, given to theMALARIA Pick up and destroy all fallen where peppers are to be number matched cares for Mrs. Mary A. Peden 89, _fait Mi teepee en *potttltvd _
'1)) against each other whose threatened .II C..petol
peppers In the field. Destroy all planted the following spring. eviction from
rhtx-ka Young plants may be dusted in a test of strength, her homestead here stirred a bank poRTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATIONHart
plants Immediately harvest
\ either by thoroughly disking the ,with calcium, arsenate, the same ability and wits. The large boys resident's memory. Once keeper Bldg.. Atlanta, Go.
ul; 666 'In 3 dajsCOLDS nsectlclde used for boll weevil and the girls had their own group with her husband of a federal 'j Send Free: "An Open Letter to Henry Ford"

"% labels on processed goods probably using eight or ten pounds per acre. at other spots I house refuge here for the ship III I H_......................................n.n

, .... first oar has contributed even more to When the pepper approaches mar- learned.It was the monthly "stunt test," I wrecked and for( 83 years a re l. Strut.,..............................................
the acceptance In Florida of beef keting size, this must be discontinued I All was in order and run dent of South Florida Mrs. Peden I

,;] l.iurin.....L10- -Ttm.RTs NOSM Tonic armLaxative from beyond or Juice from Japan unless the grower is preparedto according to laws and a plan de- lost the remaining twenty acres of Cl,...... ................ ........S.N..;:...........
,;, PROI'. and Soviet salmon. wash his peppers thoroughly. vised by the pupils themselves. A her homestead last week through .
i\(1\( v --- ---- good lesson In, citizenship, by the foreclosure. Reading of Mrs. Pe-
:f way. Children are sticklers about den's plight Edward C. Romfh
, ,f,;, living up to their own rules. Andhey'l'e president of the First National :SPEEDY.'LOWCOST

. '1.or, OFYOURFAVORITE ; excellent law enforcers.It Bank and an old-timer here himself

was interesting to check off in recalled a long-dormant credit -
t my mind each trait as I watchedhe for her. In her fanancial woes

r contest. ,There was no quitting. she bad let slip from her mind the :MOTORING
,',' Everyone: had",to I !'deliver the account her late husband established .
F: goods" If he tried but lost all was at the bank. On his deathIn .

, well., Perseverance. Quick think- 1920. the credit had been automatically
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' Courage Fair. play. The, loser's name., While the money probablycan .
Hand extended to the winner. "This not stay loss of the home,in

R* AND Is real character building," was which she has lived for fifty years,
3i my thought as I strolled away satisfied. it removes her fears for the immediate

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.--CHURCH IMIUCCTOBlBAPTIST meeting were read and adopted testing in the name of the Board

gyl CHURCH BEHIND L'lie' H. B. Wiggins, of Hampton requested I against such action now or In the j

ate'8T. C B, l.rrlcB' 10 o'clock PastorInday a. in.,, E[The: Story of the Bible Told in Pictures jJ jJs linquent the taxes Board against to cancel a parcel all, de-of I future.The Tax Assessor. wni Instructed -
gchool : !
t. land In Hampton which Is being to reduce the assessment of
sup <> ." lined for of W. B. Parka
Thomas The In UI at a Community Canning property Dr described -
11 a. m. N '
orning I WorshiP, elate Capital' He, the matter was laid over un- I as Lots 1. and 3, Blk. 7,

.. p. V. 6:4S: : p. m.8 m. fllewe.r E ( s 111 the noxt regular meeting. Otlslnal Town of Starke. for year
venlQ6 WorshiP p. Wednes..S The following named were addedto 1933 to $10000 also to reduce the
, Teachers Meettng OSCAR JOHNSON : the pauper roll: Matilda Lee assessment of personal property'

II\. ..d KENT warsoNTALLAHASSEE S $2.50; Seleta Coleman $300, Will I. belonging to B. J. Alderman In the '
a TweePR prayer service, Wed- I 4 i Hughes $1.50 and Mary Phlllmon Gaiety Theater Building to $100.00 A

'!ay, 8 p. m.6lethoases_ Having lout tor 21 : $2.00 per month. The Board then proceeded to
I Church their constitutional amendment !, M + I Upon motion duly mad and carried tabulate the offerings of holders of 't'
r S.Y
L Montgomery Pastor fight to make life harder for ,:x the Clerk was Instructed to 'I Bradford County Refunding Road
UIIday, B. 5cl'001-10 a. m.. county officers as to compensation, '3+ : r.rR make the check to Abe Williams Bonds pursuant to advertisement ?

wonhlp-ll ati m. the autl-county officer block In the faesrr. ,.:. payable to Charley Williams In the I for such offers. D

omrtb League-1:13: p. DLvenlnB Senate has gone back to Its 1933 future. The following offers were received -

Worshlp-8:00: p. m. plan of attack-substantial fee reductions Upon motion duly made and carried : s

Invited to all these serv- This Involves no sub W. L. Thomas was allowed an Fuller, Cruttenden & Co,. Chicago y
ou ire mission of a constitutional amend vr Increase In his pauper allowanceof III. $3,000 at 82 and accrued '

$2.00 for one month only. Interest.
ment. OppoHltlon to the Beall-
f Preahytn Church! Tillman amendment salaries and The name of W. W. Colemanwas Guy Huston" Co., Chicago Ill., ,'
Lowry Minister -4 removed $6.000 at 84 and accrued Interest
H. Invited the ef from the Pauper
fcv. George expenses present -- 17.
in 00 a. m- SchooL fort. They asserted their opposi Roll.N.. Hickey Doyle& Co., New York
;. j A. M.- -Homing Worship; tion was partly based on the fact yam1I D Wainwright Jr., of the N Y., $3,000 at 79 and accrued In-
the pastor.p Johns and Wainwright Insurance terest.
on by that the legislature already has .
30 m' Junior Christian Enp all the basic power needed to han tva t Agency requested one-half of the Hickey, Doyle and Co., New,

Ivor' dle the county officer situation, Insurance to be renewed In August York, N. Y., $1,000 at 83 1-2 and '''
Evening Worship. no action taken. accrued interest
130 m many Senators saying that they \ I
would support a fee reduction bill. Motion was duly made and car. John Nuveen & Co., Chicago, III. 'i'1' ,
First (ItrlMlun, Church Now they will be given an oppor tied allowing W. M. Minton $500 $16,000 at 75 1.2 and accrued ln.. t?. .

HeW., McGuire. Pastor tunity-provided, of course, that bra i to help defray burial expenses of terest.
Beatrice Collins child, Whereupon the Board after con. '
Ible School, 10 a. m. the bill Introduced at this late day i ie4 an orphan I
ommunlon 11 a. m. The Tax Assessor was author. slUerable discussion, decided to accept ; ,
can be finally disposed In the
Endeavor 7 p. m. lied and Instructed to make such the offer of John Nuveen & '
hristlan! time
short ,
meeting Wednesday!) remaining. adjustment on the assessment of Co., for $16,000 worth of RefundIng -' '.. i' ,
rayer Be It remembered that the 1933 fiThe the property of Miss Addle, Bala Road Bonds at 75 1-3 plus) accrued .; j !

reaching!m. Second Sunday:11 sand legislature enacted a measure den as Is just and equitable. I Interest all other offerings "' J)
sharply cutting down the scale of; ,
8p.m' The Board went on record as being I were rejected. ,
-- fees. The bill was attacked on opposed to the transferring of .\.f.
BVPTIST, CHURCH the ground that the title was not the F. E. R. A, Nurses who are Florida has 44,878 wage-earn- ,', 1

EWOOD Hemingway, Pastor all Inclusive, that It failed to give I residents of this County and their ers engaged In manufacturing.
lev. L O. Sunday. Bible proper notice as to full contents. I Agony: at G.tk..u .._"Then cometh Jesus with them unto a place called Gethsemane, and saith replacement by out of County '

Services every Morning Wor- The Supreme Court sustained the onto the disciples sit ye here, while I go and pray yonder. And H. took with Him Peter and the two sons nurses, and the Clerk wan Instruct. In beer and wine excise taxes.
udy 10:15: a. m. fit Zebedee and began to be sorrowful and ,Then He soul Is
saith unto
heavy. them My
Worship, contention. The measure just Introduced very exceeding sorrowful ed to write Miss Ruth E Mettln- Florida In March collected $:S6.-
ip. 11 a. m. Evening by Glllla-Beall and others even unto death: tarry ye here and watch with Me. He went a little further and fell on Ills face, ger R. N Director of Nurses, 864.99.
5 p. III. who have 'their' sharp; swords nd prayed. And II. cometh unto the disciples, and flndeth them asleep and with unto Peter; What could pro-

\PTIST CHURCH out for county officers' pay is j. not watch with Me one hour? Watch and pray, that ye enter not Into temptation i the spirit Indeed i II will

ETHEL Donnley Pastor Identified with the 1933 act except lag, but the flesh Is weak. II* went away again the second time, and prayed saying, 0 My Father if this cup
Rev L. 1\. first Sunday. that Its title Is shaped to meet may not pass away from Me except I drink It, Thy will b* don. And H. cam. and found them asleep again i FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Services School every 2:30: p.:nu the Supreme Court's decision. for their eyes were heavy. And H* left them, and went away again and prayed the third time saying: the our Many Yoar Experience Make. It Possible for U* to RendrEFFICIENT
Sunday sam word. Then cometh He to His disciples, and faith unto them Sleep on now and take your rest: behold
Bible Study and Prayer, Services) Present statutes limit the salary the hour Is at hand and the Son of man !la betrayed Into the hands of tinners. Rise let us be going: behold PROMPT MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICKS SERVICE

lery Saturday night. of any county officer to $7,500. h. Is at hand that doth betray Me. And while H* yet spak, to, Judas, one of the twelve, cam, and with
The expense of hla office Is limit him a great multitude with swords and stares, from the chief priests and elders of the peopl*."-Matt. 28t DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY h

ed to amounts approved by county tO-47. This illustration is from Merlan's story of the Blbl In pictures, engraved 16251630. STARKE FLORIDA, w

budget,boards In counties having

!OB JONESComments | such boards and by county com
missioners otherwise' All fees collected the politics growing out of the barra. It was financed through the CommissionersHave '

\ On Here In excess of amounts re Miami Beach elections. This Is be- sale of building and business lots WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER

quired to conduct the individual lieved to have been the basis for to employes and others attractedto Routine Meet VISITBENNETT'S

And Hereafteri office are turned back to the the senate's rejection of him for the barren site by the Capital

i county general fund. Only a relatively another four year term. pay-roll. The same plan was used Following are the minutes of the
native Ten- few of the 335 fee officers at Austin Tex..' Board of County Commissionersfor ra raQM
M A. Hopkins,
mla- of the state receive In excess ofS5.000 POWER AND LIGHT company: May 6:
Dean who Is working aa f in compensation. In the representatives made business for IF. PLANS of the State Plan. One Block South of Depot
under the Southern Preatterlan The Board of County Commissioners -
nary smaller' counties It Is known that hotels and restaurants of Tallahassee ning Board are possible of execu-
Board In China and who officers find It difficult to earn an after the Senate Utilities tion through the magnanimity of of Bradford County, FlorIda -
professor met with the following members
Com Administration Flor.
of $100 per month. Committee and Judiciary the Federal y
the North China Theological returned IdiVs will .be greatly expanded ; present: L. L. Conner, Chair. -
the mittee sitting jointly, a capltol AND BUILDING MATERIAL
at Since the 1933 session personnel
bmlnary located Tenghslen man, J. M. Rosier, Mallory Thomas -
favorable report on the Tervln bill before the next legislature
Wtung, China addressed tho of the leglsatulre has H. V. Saxon and R. T. Osteen. QUALITY AND SERVICE OUR MOTTO
to ) meets. The Supreme
the place utility regulation
thirds of
udents and faculty at the Bob changed vastly. Two The minutes of the last regular
the State Railroad Commission. enlarged. Existing space In both
Des College recently. He gave membership of the house la new.
the aim of the North China Only a few of the nineteen senators They had expected no such vote buildings Is wholly inuedquate even

heologlcal Seminary: were whose returned terms in expired the 1934 In'elec.1933 The early Tervln in the bill session.was Introduced When the for this present the State demand Chemistry On Buildingwill top of 1- With By-rd At The South PoleA I

of the Utilities Commission be erected, and other Improve
The Bible! -undiluted, undiminished tlona. It 1* known that some of the make-up
and undl credlted-for China. senators who voted for the 1933 ctyvlrirvvned by Gomez of ments, Including'' a' State Library

lie Bible-before all human philosophies fee bill have changed their minds. Key West attorney for the Key building may come to pass Jn ( Series of Three Articles)

and speculations and social There Is nothing certain about the West Electric Company was an that event ospital'temovsl will be

panaceas-for China.he passage of the 1935 fee bill if It nounced by Senator Hodges Tervln made Increasingly _difficult. gyr eM w

Bible-with Its own sovereign does finally get to the floor of was fearful that his bill would
the God houses for a record vote. It receive a favorable consideration. t F Ffl"
emphasis on what living, both > 3yg,
thut he
When he Introduced his bill he advlstd Inquiring\ friends '
deems essential-for China.he Is understood however that county ,
asked that It be referred to Utlll- has no Intention of making the
do not intend to fight
[ Bible-God's most ancient yet officers committee ties and Judiciary C. of which he rare for Governor. The senate has

most modern revelation of the Its provisions in the Therefore Is chairman. He then asked Sena-, killed a bill proposing a Florida

way of eternal life-for,China. hearings on the measure. it can- tor Hodges to add two more mem- NRA, Three weeks ago a representative -
if delays occur
he Bible-the handbook of the any to the officer bers. Tervln was cautious. He did of the Washington 'NRA
supernatural and the searchlightof not not press for a report until he was came to'Florida hopeful that he

all superstitions-for China.. group. certain that his bill would be favorably could Impress leg llatlve leaders

'he Bible-the basis and capstoneof SOME WERE STUNNED at the recommended. The vote and the Governor In support He tJ.r

all education from kindergarten senate's action in refusing to confirm was five against, seven for. foiled It Is no secret that the .h AeaJr.l UrrA 4, A, Aa.l., Jn r .J r /
would like to U. era/
to university-for China., the Governor's nomination of Although many previous attempts Washington NRA +t''r V..rgo b.vul By C. A. ABELE, JR. r ,

rtie Bible-the divine spring of all, Vernon Hawthorne as State At- have been made to place I see state agencies avoid of Federal a similar courtsIt nature y"paa Ensign, U. S. Naval Reatrv k eerr ,

true prayers, whether Individual torney of Dade for another four electric company rate making under -' would, so as place to cods'making In the Assistant Fuel Engineer, Byrd Antarctic Expedition II

social, or national for China: year term. It was not at all surprising the railroad commission as all
make hima
hands of the Governor
'ti e Bible-the original and utterly to the average legislative other utility rates are, report on virtual dictator. Final Introduction No..1

reliable source book of knowl- observer. It was no secret that the Tervln bill was the best that of the bill by' Senator Mac- A Mad Scramble Off the Ice I ION

edge about the Lord Jesus Christ the "cards were stacked" so to ms even been done. But It was Williams was more of a gesture
-for China" speak. but short-lived. At the request of three tractor rushing madly back lowered for the last time
Such matters are consideredonly Chairman Gomes, of the Utilities to favor code administrator Walter than BOARD'THE BYRD FLAa-1 and forth between the ship and Standing at the foot of the flat) 'j
of Jacksonville
It Is a great Joy to the writer'to in executive session, and no Committee the bill was rereferred Hawkins, solon SHIP JACOB the camp at Little America Tb lower. It wa a desolate looking desided
The'St. Johns
mow that the North China Theo- one officially knows what actually to committee for "further anything else. Mackay a.dlo-lIere I am. homeward dogs yelping a* they struggled village 'we ..w. burled UA,
glcal Seminary stand In the takes place except the senators hearings". And this Is what knew all too well that the bill had bound after almost two year.of along the 4-mlt trail. Our biggest> der the snow Nothing visible eve 'u
remote 'chance to
ery heart of China uncompromlangly and the chief clerk. But It can be brought to Tallahassee the power not the most smarlng experiences I tractor lumbering along with seven cept the smokestacks, the three r*. ;

for the authority.the Bile .afelY.Mld that the vote against company officers and spokesmen.But I pass. When w* sailed from D.yonne'l loaded sledges forming behind hera dlo tower and the trap door InU.

and the gospel message.:, ,Our Hawthorne' continuance In office the bill Is In Tervln's handsas CENT of N. J., In October 1033 I was a kid 12.ton burden. The little Citroen the tunnel through<< which w* hart
'formation Is that this Institution despite his re-nomination in the chairman of the Joint Committee SEVENTY-FIVE is just out of Harvard with flabby: tractor scooting by with lighter scrambled for so many mil* dut- 1r

i doing a wonderful work., The 1934 June primary was 33 to 0 and he Is not expected to per the membership of I the house muscle and little self-reliance. Today loads, one towing< an alrplaue.on Ing the past year or so. W* fllld "

fcrlstian: people of this nation who Which fact Indicates that not even mit its consideration further at pledged to support an old age pension fully I am a mature person. with skids. At the ship a steady streamof the tank of our good old tractor 4.

believe In the old time religion his home senator came to his the request of Utilities which have bill. It Is believed that muscles as hard aa nails and a material going aboard over rickety for the last time and then on tb*
Quid give their money for the known all too well that the bill sixty per cent of the members of strong confidence In'' my own ability gangplanks. Everywhere sledge. we bumped and rumbled I.. fitJ

tarrying on of an orthodox mis'lonary rescue.Hawthorne can attribute the refusal was In the hopper since the first the senate are likewise so pledgedand to meet squarely all the emergencies scene of wild activity a wide circle completely aroumli ?

program In foreign lands. to confirm to the activities of days of the session Is certain that committed. In spite of thinIt of life. Through< constant Then a''' sudden stop I The wind Little America M a tort of farewell.'
seema highly Improbable that and danger and discomforts bad changed! The Ice was closingIn
hardships << .
fodernlsm gesture
has done enough harm H. Lewis, of Jackson the bill la on the safe ground.
la this Senator Hayes the legislature win I be able to I never dreamed of. ,I have on the ships f Hastily. the line Back at the Barrier w*' found' i
country It has our or
emptied who was among a score jvolve a pension system worthyof of real !Illness. I canal off and the to .
lurches and made atheists out of Indicted "crime wave" THAT THE LEGISLATURE Is not bad a day were cast ships put condition extremely dangerous..
many boys more by a 'without the name. What with schools anything, and .',* and attended this conscious
girls who have Grand Jury early gambling goes '
special demanding t5.rsoo.qoo over and avoid being crushed. Shouting and ''
to license pound. << hug slabs any olla of which could
colleges, and It has been re- with gambling, It la much
'P nsible for year in connection laying. forms of come above last year appropriations for In the beetle rush of getting off much bad language< on the Barrier sink either of our ship. W* rushed tr
IYhlcb r| has the behaviorism robberies and killings. Lewis was all important slot each of the succeeding two'years, die Ice at Little America and sayIng because another day. was lost and the sledge< loads aboard and theiv,'
produced much moral acquitted for lack of evidence. He merclal gambling, a* In with additional money required forjI1AtCb.IftrJilWjrectlf' our ship and our lives, 1 am w. hadn't many day left. At Little attempted to get the tractor to the F
aenesa. AS far as the writer laficerned. came to attend this session fully machines and other coin devices, FERA" relief positive that very little of the thrill America the cleanup squad still edge for loading. One little CItro** *.

of he refuses to contribute"y determined, to prevent the confirmation the name of pensions or school! But of r grants; increased pay for state employees sad excitement reached you by radio working feverishly to get out the wa run aboard th* Bear but ,th*
,Ie his money for a modernia- of Hawthorns in the belief even for ,,the general;,,fund.' I and a hundred and one odd or otherwise, There was no lat of the material. Our goal night' weight cracked the Barrier aa& ,

road missionary l. program" 'at,horn*'"or i that Hawthorne permitted politics there U a widedlverl'ence of opinIon Bill- demands for money: ; It Is found almost time. Maybe you'll b* Interested In of sleep In the huts which have sent everyone scurrying back froia
to Inspire his course in securing as to Just' how far to go Impossible to' get revenues some of the details of that .mad' been such a peculiar home to u*. the edge. Admiral Byrd hall>( t,

Winter .sportsmen the Indictments) Griffls( has a bill which h* raise conservatively necessary for pension, gtaag of our. Next morning the ship were Commander Novlll from the
Haven will
Iha state want Until the Indictments were re- estimates Imacln the Bay of Whales f back t and Commander Novlll and bridge< and pointing seaward,,
'">ge there to maintain, a rifle turned., Hawthorn had been regarded ((4.300,000' through licensing The United Staten departmentof miles wid. and 23 mile long, covered I I mad our last trip back to the shouted "Get everyone aboard I*, f
In connection with Its, as a very serious threat to, play levies Heist advised agriculture suysvtb1 country'ssupply with a sheet of ice from 15 to camp. Stevenson Corey of Winchester flee minutes. The Ice I* coming It. +V,

"J.' and that of the Florida Stat the Governorship In 1936. He had' that there are 60,000 slot machines of feed grain In storage U 10 feet thick--crisscrossed In hundreds Mae**. Walter Lewliohn fast.,W* will have to abandon the

-Association C. of C.' project. been awarded the Florida medal and other coin devices operating In the ,smallest In more than fifty of places with ever widening Jr.( of New York and Edgar Cox. gear on the Barrier." .1d

Russell of the.Flag Association for, most the state, He has been told that years t cracks. Although the ice was broken of Arcade, N. Y. were waiting to It was a bitter pill to lose our
I Ray, Florida' now distinguished service In law en In one county near 30,000 population up In many place It would not load the last sledges I was sent faithful tractor They: bad done

Sat' Writer recently enter- forcement. He was conceded to : It cost operators S113,000 a', North Carolina agricultural authorltle lav..th. bay due to the constant over to mark the gas and oil each their job. brought everythingela. ;

Ir the at Fort Myers twenty-one be honest and fearless. But he was rear to "do business." are Irylnto Induce farmers North wind which pushed it shore where EOO gallons of Tydol gasoline to the ship and another hou" t

u Original twenty-three Tam. closely aligned with Dan Mahoney. -" to grow. cotton.. of longer ,ward. W* could not use our tractors and 80 gallons of Verdol motor oil would have. seen them safely stored ''ri'
Trait Blaze. general manager of the Miami OCALA'S FIGHT to have the staple, to fill lhersegpiremens tof or dog sleds over this dangerous lad been placed for the benefit of on board for the trip bom. How ;;

News, who was attributed as being State Capital removed made shortlived southern textile m.>UI., surface. Way: out In the bay any tackle, airplane pilot who ever w* had taken chances enough

COMMON CAUSE OF head of Dade County's so-call progress so far as committee """ wr the Little Tammany. and as suchnor. consideration: of a capital removal "v TRAIN 8(*4EDUUS Bear of Oakland 'and our flagship ;:lme In the future I cannot praise the ships. The line were east off, J

BALDNESS' ed or less in control of the politics amendment to the constitution It Southbound Jacob Ruppert. Commander George' our gasoline and oil too highly. Slowly: we backed out throuicb the i1.

of Miami Beach, keystone of concerned.: The house commute No. 1-Du* Stark '11:31: P. M. Novllfe. *xecutlv*.officer and fuel They: enabled) our,airplane to fly crashing bumping fee and etarte.l
i"" 411be, chief.: tang of pramsture tra,< South. Mahoney1 reported favorably but the Sen NO. 11":'-Du* Stark* 11-00: A. M. engineer and I made one trip oo 20.0(10( miles without mixing a single north-toward hornet '
... 01 h." Sod .Iti_.. 1IaId_ Ier. gambling In the Mont expedient No. 107-Du* Starke 9:42: A. M. the Bear and w* were explosion. when such misses ,
acNaas ill tb. ......., ticket in the city election aU Miami Its turned thumbs down. i foot to And on the deek 68 of u*. straw
...to'ey Ui.saml Mar .. ah.-.w. Beach fats last year lost. Anew answer was that of Senator No. 191-Du* Starke 10:5T P. :M. mighty: glad to get back allv*. would hav cost live*.And our tractor Rely silent stood (truing back at I

i ..,ua with Jap 1oaI. ... affairs' came Holland, who suggested that Northbound It was necessary to push the went '91JU aille. I marked the tli. Barrier. Far back from the t.
....... lit Slah"ht.. ww Wd control of city q0. 2-Due atarke 5:22 A. M. Bear and the tl Jacob each plainly with three tall bamboo .
\ rue _01.. ..._ II was made this la no Urn to make for a sectional wooden edge w* could see our last lonely yh
I'" omnde bulb::: .r see ... "-' Into beingCharg had f.Ued.to disturb split sine so much of major No. 12-Due Starke,, 4:33 P. M Ruppert through<< the bay Ic. up to poles with bright ornnire flag sentinel the 'big (tractor outlined
'I 0 ,,.I,plo. foJho. that Hawthorne Due Stark. 3:11: P. M. Her the ice was and left Instruction. for 1C
m. hair 'ir. grew to legislation remain to be set No. 10*- the Ross barrier. One'lag clearly against the background of ,.
,If oIoadIlf;; on_ .lot.....souse.... ..ad..... .- ..- gambling long known as longs tled. The Ocala plan called for financing Stark and Wswne Branch from <0 to 70 feet thick, and extremely In a tin can bung on one of the radio glittering lee and snow.. Owxl-by -'

I has IIOe .. eet dreeln flourish In the community lathe similar to that employed No. 101_Leaves Stark. 7.00 P. M. dangerous falling oft' la tower.. Wben the last sledge tattle Am.rlce.-foraY8rl' '..!,

I... .11oo 11'ti 0-" .w."....'au n. .. JJa Tntavhvto his friend Dan Mahoney that the was indicteats by the dominion of Australia In No. 102-Arrive Stark. 1:30 P.M. great.&1I110I&a. It was MI dadaserlbl I.WM:*.J UI*;cron* .*. y**..* t'wf- tar*%xnerl.B.*..'au4+
Beach'saddlsh GRIFFIN. Twelve dog embled and (be American ,flag was '
.1 ar 45.."a 6 aw'Siltww III.IID' 40.:'--1. waf*' really Inspired ,from establishing' its capital at, c.n-I I T, J- able l seen e IhuWtg asst week. J r

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Bradford County Telegraph fested So much In the Interest little has controversy been maul-of Maybe You've FAILS TO APPEAR! HERE! AMAZE A MINUTE: '

: Established 1877 whether or not there are any available (Continued Pfpm Page One) I L SCIENTIFACTS -aBY ARNOLD
houses In Starke for rental, Heard It But court room was, well-filled Wednesday _

MEMBER] purposes that the Telegraph decided I and spectators were ob --=--
the situation L ; viously disappointed when the
FLORIDA to hastily investigate I
.i v PRESS ASsOCIATION much-tried bondsman failed{ to appear '
:' this week. Although we ROCKET TO nth MOONBAtlSlUTV / ,
V .. 1Q3S 0 could l not interview all individual Just pur, Luck r.... .-
Darn itl! The chain letter craze the state or eawtsws
-'' ?.otWaItd 2I Of4 owners of rental property, we did It Is maintained by '

.. --- -- ... .- .. _.- .. .- ---" -- .. -.. contact the three licensed real estate would start dying out just as we that Scoby drove the automobilethat .v rOCHBTt! TM* PACT:TV TH vast*'' MOON rELECCOP I* .NMAIIICP COK.PMlTBefAW ,r's, >
: Entered Second Class brokers of the city and not get a scheme perfected that would picked up Site more on the I
Published Weekly on Fridays and as overnight.. We're "XI>LODIH< BOCKBTCXAtta .
make us rich road between Raiford and Law-
his list
,I i iI one of them had on any A* MAU. A* a Les.t!
the Post Office at Starke Florida 0111'
Matter at brain child
homes that could be offered to the not going to keep tey after the Jewel thief had escaped -
I .. -- .. n. -..."" .. -..-.- -- -- i iJ prospective settler here. Furthermore from the waiting, world, however, the prison concealed under Oft mjUMUeHT POWDM. 'rte t

J E. L. Matthews\ _,______,_____-____-_____Editor and.Owner none of them knew of any and will print It, here in the hope the hood of a truck driven by two

.- ---..-- .., .-.. .. .. ---- -. '-- .... "' --- available places, they said. that there la someone, somewherewho trustee prisoners.
A has not received one of the -.---
SUBSCRIPTION RATE One dealer counted aa lost to
XW dime letters and will want to get SKIT NITE! AT

n Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I he Starke said had six or come seven to his families office durIng that- In on our chain. Here 'tis: SCHOOL HOUSE. 1 r' ,

,J Advertising! Rates on Application the past few months seeking PROSPERITY! I MFPR,51.w
.. .. (Continued From Page One) Za y1rt'
He Y
-- -- to set housekeeping.
a place up (Just Around the Corner)
told of Instance this week ,, gate, Myrna Frink, Lillian Mose
'I-, Last Sunday was Mother's Day in the kitchen-as usual. when a an family of four or five CLUB ley, Charles Fender Bill Yeager, r r f

members came to him in search of I FAITH AND 'BEJABBER3' !! Julian Peek, Eldredge Smith, Son- eN
Haines, Scootla Andrews, Brrt!
a house to rent here. The husband -
"' Perpetual peace seems quite as' Impossible as perpetual wanted to complete work on Gene Matthews, Starke, Fla Busbee, Miriam Jacobs Rurh

motion. a degree at the University of E. L. Matthew, Starke, Fla. Sternberg, Hope Haines, all of

j. ._--._-- Florida this summer and next Eugene Matthews, Starke, Fla, Starke; Raymond Plummer, SI- / IIATIiING ;O
JIt's OT.n"
winter. Ho was attracted by Eugene L. Matthews, Starke, Fla. meon Phillips and Clarence Davis, .,. IN A TY.1ca. -
... ,
I better for a young man to be moonstruck than moon- Starke while passing through here E. Liddon Matthews, Starke, Fla. of Lawtey; Jim Rltch of Raiford, CITY ALOMO rasa Mil Iwou.TAe soaq

shine-struck. and thought our town would be A Eugene Liddon 'Matthews, Starke, and the Benson Family, Ray Tutt, as t.e. on Am,4 Msrwr
Fla. The Dakin f u.,F rweoa-uAO5,
0 nice place to settle his family Dunny and Sisters, ) oAltr.
while he completed his work. He This charm was started In the Gainesville .
The country's most sane thinking people often adopt the could easily drive back and forthto hope of bringing prosperity to the _- ..-- --.---_._. w

gentleman at the head of the list, LEGISLATIVE!
craziest Ideas. Gainesville every day, he said ',. '
However, this family was forcedto enabling him to pay last month's PROCEEDINGS!
q 0 move on because the real estate gasoline bill, buy a new suit of underwear (Continued From Page One)

In the Mid-West the dust ona, bottle of liquor no longer man knew of no place that couldbe and take a summer cruise I eJ to a sales tax, except if every- i

means that it Is aged. recommended to It, off the southern coast of Spain. thing else fails. And yet each

o It seems strange that with other Within twenty minutes make plan brought forward has encountered PIGEON SwARMs/
19,625: of thla letter and opposition so vehement as to
phases of building compara- rVcMa. rteeow wn FORMaRLya.
s A dictatorship Is the oldest form of government. It began tively active here during the past send them under separate cover to 'compel further revisions. Either NWMOU* AMeRICA THAT A CCIMTTMTONU IP%,'

'+ in the Garden of Eden. few months, there has been no construction the first name on the list enclosingten the schools were not satisfied or KA.UMO A SMMM OVM A.MtLS MWCOVM

of new homes. Some cents In each letter,. If you other interests took, pot shots at AIIO ..too-..". MILS- ",r/MaW tows.IC. .
o choose to be selfish add it or the committees condemned it.
people have been heard to remark you may
life have themselves to name and address to the bottom Florida will continue to get Uncle -
Those who lead a dog'a only that rents are too low to make your
rental property profitable, but this of the list although this has Sam's relief money If the leg- NOTICE TO HIGH SCHOOL o'clock p.. m.
blame for growling so much. to do islature passes' the social service PUPILS, DRAD ORD- COUNTYI) Vanderbilt
condition Is sometimes the fault of nothing with the purpose for Tuesday, hlay2p,1 i
o the property itself. If attractivenew which the chain was started bill that sets up a state agency A recent act of the legislature of o'clock p m.Heilbron ,

ti The roughest distance between two points is a gallon of homes were constructed, offering In omitting the top name from authorized to accept such donations Florida provides free books for Wednesday. May 31!
modern comforts and conveniences the list, send lOc wrapped in old and provides $1,000,000* pupils through the 12th grade. o'clock 8. m.
gasoline" and a reckless driver. worth of materials for :
there can be no doubt funny sheets, 'old klssy wrappersor public { will be at the following schools I
Wednesday, May 30,11
.o that they would bring better ren's old curling papers to this name works projects, particularly Improvements on: the dates named to list the o'clock a. m.

'" Venus de Milo might be the only armless beauty, but than most of the outmoded places and address. This trifling charity to state institutions, books owned by the pupils, it is Starke
Iv, now available.. donation might not help YOU any, This Is the word carried by grapevine ,, that I have Wednesday, Kiy at
accessary a
there are plenty of brainless ones., but think of others once-in-a-whtle. from Washington and discussed 1:30 o'clock p m.
Recent census figures showed 1st of these books so I will be able
that Starke lost nineteen citizens In turn, as :your name reaches from time to time at press conferences to furnish the state with this information Please meet me promptly it
the Yet there is oppositionto time and place named.
top, should be tired of
l This might be the land of the free, but did you ever try during the past five years. How- tho chain.everyone Don't stop to figure this the social service bill because when I make requisitionfor A. J. Grime,
ever, If every family could have our free books. Supl
A getting a square meal on the cuff? settled here who wished to do so, out. Don't explain it to your some legislators feels it is Infringing -.
I Hampton, \ 29
on local self-government. One Tuesday May 8
friends either. Let them figure it Nine thousand
o the town would likely have showna o'clock. one hundrf4world
+ first substantial gain.DIVORCE. for them.elvethe dopes!, thing seems certain, however, and war vets belong to the lie|
Before exchanging ideas with another you should -0-- that Is failure of the legislatureto Brooker, Tuesday, May 29, 10 Ida American Legion.

learn if his idea is sillier than yours. MILLS FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND i pass these bills will put Flori- o'clock. --"*

o With the passage of its "Ninety WATCH ''ME! GET MINE da In the same uncomfortable position l NW River, Tuesday, May 89 Farm experts ray! a fifty ptil!I
I ,
now occupied by Illinois and 1:30 o'clock m.
The government is financing a move to plow under almost Day Divorce to the world Bill" that Florida it Is out announces JUST FAITH-IS ALL (You Get) Georgia. Rising, Tuesday p. May 29, ,3 cent seed formaldehydt oats will prevent solution smut spnpeder |

vegetable except spinach. .
every after a slice of the divorce business To Err! I..* Human ,
c 0 of the United States-a busI- .Two people ,jumped on us this '
With 100,000'pairs sold last year statistics are showinga ness that is valued at $3,000,000 .1 week for referring to Josephine I

year In conservative figures. Dunne in the last column when It ;
quick turn-over in the dice industry. (Continued From Page One)
Whether the Ninety Day Bill ehould have been Irene Dunne We :
treasurer of the Society,
coupled with the apologize but refuse to
; A man without education can't get anywhere and the charms of Florida's climate undisputable will be our right to make mistakes. Practically and the Bible taught school.a large class of girl In 15 Farms

2s fellow with education is too darn lazy to try sufficient inducement to divorce everybody does,. you know. The Trinity Church Bulletin of
prospects to enable this state to For: Instance, Chester Gould, who
May 12th paid Mrs. Weeks the
.q n
orftpete with Nevada's FortytwoDay authors the; funny sheet "Dick Ili
Walter Winchell reports that one of Ifuey's "Share the Divorce Bill remains to be Tracy." Last Sunday Chester had Mrs following: tribute: "The passing FIFTEEN MOST
Mary one of Trinity'sbest UNUSUAL FARM BARGAINS
al Wealth" exponents never tips a Pullman porter. 'eon. Who knows but that Nevadaan one of his characters come right loved mothers, last evening Is
unpredictable state, at best- out and say that he SAW and:
o deeply grieved by all Trinity today
may thumb its nose at Florida and PMELLKD then carbon monoxide .
A new suit of clothes makes a man think almost as much I pans a Two Weeks Divorce Bill at gas with which he was being suffocated As she joined the other
good mothers we've known todayon exceptionally
of himself as he would have others think of him. the next: meeting of Its state legIs- Even the poor little fellow the other 'side,, we are convincedthat ?_':'
lature? There Is nothing to pre- who flunked high school chemistry -
0--- It is Mother's Day In Heaventoo. ,
vent Nevada's doing so, if it so can tell I you that carbon Easy TermsNOW
Some would-be orators should consider how famous the desires. monoxide gas la not only odorless. As we cherish the memory of
Weeks' abundant life and
Sphinx has become simply by not saying anything. The only practical remedy'for !but; ,also Invisible. aonallty,, we commemorate per.tin IS THE! TIME!

?' -c this deplorable situation in which j 1 memory of all those Mothers who TO BUY-DON'T
I states cast aside Beggary on Paper "
dignity m preceeded her.
told lie but then WAIT AND WISH
George Washington never a maybe Although the devils
poor cause
." a scramble for a share of the The funeral was held YOU HAD.
,f, George's' wife wasn't one of the question asking variety. divorce business Is by Federal reg- a should lump be In thoMhroat, something I morning, with the Rev E. Z.Monday Tyler,
done about the
t 0 ulation. A little progress has been beggars pastor of Trinity Church, conduct- '
j made along this line In recentyee.rs who work tho racket of coming up COME IN LET US SHOW YOU
the service
Ing and
; The astronomer declares will shine 500 the pallbearerswere
,*; !sun! an septillion but so far there has been no to you and, although most of them
the stewards of
'. years longer. Plenty of time left yet to make that hay in.m appreciable success. Bills have talk, thrusting' filthy piece of The interment was In,,the the church.beautiful WILSON REALTY CORP'N.

'S- 0 been Introduced Into the United paper Into your band, asking fora Graceland Cemetery at Miami.

In most breach-of-promise suits it should be enough punishment States Senate providing that "Con- gerly.money unfolding contribution the After gin- Mary McBeath Weeks was born j -
gress shall have power to establish paper you in Glasgow
::1, to have the defendant's love letters read in open and enforce by appropriate road, that the unfortunate fellow Is 1886 Her parents, Kentucky moved, April to Florida 20tn, I -

n;! court. legislation uniform laws as to marriage I suffering with tuberculosis, leprosy and her father, Prof T..J. Mc
and divorce." One of these or some other Infectious dis
tl' o. was for forty yearn a tea-
bill would set up a uniform num- ease-and the germ laden piece of cher in the
\ The man who wastes a life time telling others how to ber of grounds for divorce, but paper In,your hand looks as if K; Her uncle,- the schools'late,of Tom this F.state.Mc I .

;r make good often has to be buried at the expense of his would allow each, state-to exclude would be an excellent means of Beath, was also a prominent edu- I '?1"

;y'(""friends.i I any or all of these as it so desired. carrying' the disease from him ta cator in the South., Mrs. Weeks ,
l' However, no marriage and divorce you. No doubt many donations graduated from high school In
o would be larger: If this
; can succeed unless Waynesville, N. C., then attended
Y' Drifting and dreaming is a nice sentiment for a sons! public opinion becomes Incensed mendicant would solicit alms by the East Florida Seminary at-

J but In real life'you never can tell where you'll be when you at the existing evils and some word.the vocal rather: .than the printed |I Gainesville, Fla She was a teacher -
cestrls added to a reforming move- I for
7. wake seven years, two years being
: '
+ up. ment that hag -
heretofore found Its
spent here as teacher In the
o- chief support In various women's Spring i everlimm' B. H. S. 0 ip OWOUI1N.VERY

J, With these send-a-dime letters still going around there is I organizations. The efforts of thee time What Is the beat way to pass the Mrs Weeks leaves to mourn her : V Kr
club, while while waiting for dimes to '
;%M: always the,remotest chance that the mail in. your box isn'tall misguided and well-meanlnir.their support Is alone often start rolling in? Are we Just Irritable Carpenter Ions two daughters, of Jacksonville, Mrs Jr,Frank Miss

H\ past due bills. la not sufficient to cope with opposition or do others gag at the mos- Murla Weeks of Miami; ; granddaughter -
of the "divorce mill" states.NOTHING to-humming! of the Pickens
0f :Mary Joan

'f( Those St, Louis' thieves who stole the second story of a. -----0-TO FEAR Sisters In completing T Despairnote; anew: Hervey novel and Allen -I Jacksonville; son, W. T Carpenter Weeks of

building evidently didn't believe in starting at the ground Bradford Countlans are unduety ,here,w, arc fcSugrht, onr the '362ndpa..e J.Brooker McBeath parents of Fbrt, Mr Meade and Mrs and, T. fI

'\1 ,and working up. alarmed about having to go into of "Anthony Adverse... If youdon't half-slater, :Mrs C :M. Chancey; of .
the came congressional district believe Stephen Foster had St ei cI
0 with their "city slicker" neighbors Blng Crosby In mind when' lie

: ,'The ,Illinois boy who wears a size thirty-six shoe could of Duval County according to wrote "Suwanne River," wait until funeral were persons Mrs.who W; L attended, Wall Mrs the

t'i certainly be used the Florida Service in I George O. Lea, humorous writer you hear the new record of it-, i ir
;jj by Forestry stamp- J. M. Brownies, Mr. and Mrs, J,
Oft which, ?
of State capital news. Jackson- incidentally, the song la' Frank I I 'I ,
injjt out forest Carpenter of Jacksonville
,f fires
: ville la principally Inhabited. by spelled, "Swanee' River." Lots of and W.. T. ,Weeks of Brooker. ;
,0 "ex-boll weevil farmers and mule folk are wondering, where those

'.j,,: ;If Mark Twain had lived today he, would have said traders from Georgia" this) writer houses are that ''our correspondent -wend
I'. fay In his column, "Lea's Luna- referred to Jn last week' pa- .your way thenceward.
:, "Everybody talks 'about the government, but no one seem Glee" and goes on to offer the following per Sorry we can't teU "ena-nobody Scooty Andrew la.going to sing ''v
t:, to do anything about it." I comfort to us. country I' bas told us yet. "Red" Cof- and histrionics will be Indulged in LOOK JIT
:" fee was : by all Some members of the ITS .?
0 I| folks: a name) on one of the FlyIng GRIP!,
"+ chain letter Club think that
this organization
column '
'':'t. :In trying to hide a woman's, ago it may be remembered ,i statesmen"The small town piney wood last week., Another was received Florence Its: not getting enough publicity,

N;,, that lace powder will fill up a wrinkle but it :takes a mighty up with. objected Jacksonville.to being Representative hooked Fail She'll fall to get a dime but they absolutely refuse to H : 'TNW'

': good barber to eliminate gray hair. Johns of Starke, and Dan a* far as w'r concerned. We're crack-up and give us a story.
I* : Kelly of Nassau I reliably! informed that the Stunt ,Grace Wainwright we'' believe, ia ALL-WEATHEB
0 County, were the MMYEAR
first of the fair
Night sex to
the program tonight Is for a : take
f* If they don't hurry in their attempt to eliminate grade among moat stubborn objec- ,, flying lessons. She has graclou- 'Give MarliO
j tori. You Johns and I the famou Goodyear
Kelly for you *
::"crossings there won't be enough drivers' .left to tell whether think that Jacksonville ia a city !city Congress vote, they, and should( are want afraid Jacksonville of .a- ly offered be her to first let one of our reporters of Safety- 14% to'l!fl> u'''**

''J,(the project ia a success or a failure. composed of city folks. They have In their, district ,AH thatIt he can't decide whether passenger he wants, but Stop*-for 43% More MHes-a l'0

f. 0 not been around enough to know would take to carry Jacksonville a story THAT BAD or not Still Extra Coetl

'i Whatever they do in the NRA poultry test it is quite like ex-boll that It la weevil principally farmers Inhabited and mule by would be to scatter some bay m newspaper men have gone to the
their hair, wear.galoshes, and eulo- Western GOODYEAR
'i( ly that the guests will continue to get the chicken and the rest traders from Georgia. You can glie Tom Watson.'. something Front to write in order about to MlnaManaa get YES WE SELL

of us will get the. feet and the wings. look and at Jack tell off Frost hand and Mao! Christie However In ,spit ''of Mr. Lea's promises new seats,, and TIRES ON TIME
that they were word of consolation there I Ie little cold air .
f 0 refrigeration at the Rita .
twenty-two .
;year old before they doubt that Bradford Countlan had. in time for the summer i.
w Archaeologists ,are busy digging up ancient cities. Al- ever ate any mayonnaise on a tatr. rather cut their lot la a Congressional *- '
our dramatic critic will .
: j!moat,any day now they might ,expected to discover the district with counties more change hla mind about probably leaving Register Motor ,"Co.

'J-;: t; record. .of.. one that,kept Its taxes paid. like"If John UI M and piney wood statesman. In line with Bradford's aise.go.d .' town for a vacation with all that .
Kelly, want to run "
ewes so If,, you possibly can comfort In .ton,right at home

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