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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 31, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"III1f1FT!: --BEYEN_ _._, ._ -- --------- -- ____,_____ ____STARKE__. .. __.,_FLORIDA. ''' .." FRIDAYj.MAYJII.,[ ,1911.1_. ._ .__ ____ ________ .. __ .._._ .u.. .. ... ____._,_,_ ._, ___., ,NUMBER.!: _THIRTY.: __ F;
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I STEADY RISEIN FARMS 'INCREASE BILL IS LAW
ATE GIVES TRUCK CROPS HOMEOWNERS 4 CENTERS

USE OF. GASOLINE BRADFORD GAINS WHILE SHOLTZ SIGNS MEASURE


)NEY DURING 3 MONTHS PAST' I MOVE ITS NEIGHBORS'LOSE: IN DISTRESS PLACING,WITH BRADFORD DUVAL FOR CANNING I


Gasoline consumption In Brai :'Az Increase of thirty-one percent Bradford and Duval Count!*

ford County continued Its stead in the number of Floruit I,were placed in the same congreuslonal -
IFIGHTPEST rise since the first of the year '\\11th AT PLATFORM farm since 1830 la shown thii MAY GET LOANS district thla week as Govei READY MONDAY' '

figures Just released, by the Department week in preliminary tabulations of; I nor Sholt placed his signature on

of Agriculture ah\wlng the 1935 Censua'of Agriculture I the Ward-Banks bill creating a -

\\ar On Screw Worm 81,697 gallons used during the Cucumber Deal The total In thee state at the present Agency Reopens I new district In Central Florida" Lack Of Suitable
month of ApriL time Is 76,947 farms while the For the first time since Florid
Gets Federal Previous figures have shown a. Ends With U number in 1930 was only 53,966 After Inactive I became entitled to five congress Buildings Cause '

Funds use of 07,256 gallons In Februar Cars Out Bradford County showed a gal.: Period men in 1930 the fifth congressma Delay
and 77.363 gallons 'March. : of three per cent with 921 farm it I was given a district. He had pre-

The consumption of kerosene 1930 and 947 today ,vlously been elected from the atate '
ERVISOR NAMED FOI ha shown corresponding Increase A FEW STRAWBERRIES Three of Its ,neighboring counties FARM 1 PROPERTY NOT ,at large. FORTSON GIVES RULES

|JDroKDANP CLAY with 6,978 gallons for Februar: STILL BRING $1.25 CRATE showed declined! : Baker from ELIGIBLE FOR II 0 L C The redistricting put the home FOR EQUIPMENTS USE

6,469 gallons in March, and 15,82 461 to 447 Union from 607 to 677, -- I city of Congressman W. J.. Seat -
$ 0,000 appropriation bill 1.0' gallons in April. The cucumber'deal here came to and Clay from 453:J' to' 870' Dealing with the amendment to In the same district as that of Cot Four Bradford County canning

e and control the screw worn The department's report al80 a close early this week with a total the Home Owners' Loan Act signed gressmnn R. A. Green. centers, at Starke Lawtey Hampton .

wrlda has passed both the, showed the use of 172 tons of feitlllzer of fourteen cars out for the LOCALFIRMS: < this week by President Roosevelt and Brooker, are.expected to

and Senate and needs onJy: in Bradford during the palt season's production. Returns tc which permits the Home Ai'nONOn be in operation by the first of next:

aowrnor'l signature before Bradford County growers for this .. Owners' Loan Corporation for a NO week I.. A. Fortson. supervisor of '
...
IWtaw.. Passage. of thlmakes crop have been estimated at close period of thirty day to accept rehabilitation aald yesterday.
to $3,000, Not Affected new loan application, John H
the state eligible to month.SATURDAY Although the center at Hampton

around $100,000 from the The deal ,was handled by the Fahey Chairman of the Corporation .Bill To ha been In operation for ev-'

1 government to be used III Manhattan Fruit Company of ) today Issued the following era! weeks the'others have been "
BY DEATH
NR A
r this pest. 'Is Last Day For New 'York City who furnished : statement emphasising that such RECIRCUITWOULD delayed because of difficulties encountered
: will be
applications accepted only
alla of the set-up were an- grower with seed fertiliser and In obtaining suitable
this week and It wai I hampers in exchange for half of CLOSING HOUR AGREEMENT from home owners who are clearlyIn buildings. The center here I* In

"that Nelson Green woul charge of the eradication 40o and T5c for their half. This VOLUNTARYNo with the loss of their homes AND SEARING 'W. H Andrews, at the Intersection ,?

in Bradford and Cla] contract was considered fait' through foreclosure: IN EIGHTH of Walnut and Ninth Street

lue* DELINQUENT 'LIST< enough in Cdmparison with' the noticeable changes were In "No home owner should apply The following are some of the

it bureau of entomology and BE PUBLISHED. IN market price of cucumbers this evidence at local business places for a loan until he has first made The present legislative seasloi rule which will be observed at the t

ft quarantine at Gainesville, JULY season and several growers who this week as the United States Supreme certain that his application will be was drawing to a close yesterda; various centers! r'

11 will be In charge of the were not In on the contract. sold Court decision declaring I eligible under the Corporation' re and the House had not yet acted<. Only fresh, first class fruits and
I Is the last for the National Act unconstitutional upon the Senate-approved meal 1Mt used. ;
will conduct an educe Saturday day to the company on this basis. .Recovery strictions. He should realize that vegetables can
sign on screw worn payment of 1934 state and county ,'was announced. the rejection of an Ineligible application ure reducing the number of judlclal Appointment. for canning munt
The shipping yard here la still
program state. District ani I taxes, C.' A. Knight tax col Although businesses here have on grounds of deliberate circuits from twenty-eight to be made ahead of time at the cen-
ol I Iia the the scene of quite a little activity
in the ..camn '- lector, said this week.' The sixty been working under, a mutual default on existing debts I* fifteen and the number of Judge
Ity supervisors morning as bringin I ter.Those
every
In Galnesvllh I day extension granted by the Ares growers agreement shortening the hour of likely to cause the home owner from forty-two to thirty-four. person not on relief must
meeting a few crates of strawberries .
are ,
through June 1 for ent legislature for the payment of operation since the NRA was Inaugurated i the loss of his property, because of The bill as passed by the upper furnish their own containers.- ""I
30 which continue to bring arounj
i May instruction. I taxes expires tomorrow and taxe two years bgo, this step the unwillingness of his present house, provide for the consol Enough help must be brought so '
001! of $1.25 per 36-plnt crate. Black berries
then was purely voluntary' and will to the loan fol. Idutlon of the Twenty-third Clr
will furnish benzol : becomedelinquent. mortgages carry that canning may be completed
bureau and huckle berries are also be.
l( free to farmers but The time for payment of taxe probably remain Ift' ,effect- regardless lowing such defaults I cult, including Bradford Baker within the allotted time.
tar big shipped in small *
quantities by
pine decision.1 and Union Counties, with the ,
ends 1 of ,each of the ; "The tests of
April are as
usually on
from eligibility .
transportation necessary'for
ill not pay truck to nearby markets ; Should It be absolutely fr
Eighth Circuit Including Alachua
Starke 1 I. under 2,600 populationand ;
but a special legislative act follows:
in thor < year
shipping points Corn Is to cancel appointment '
cipal being shipped open by you your
Levy and Gilchrlat Counties However -
time sixty therefore never legally came The must have beenIn
this extended the applicant
'> from central point In the year truck as prices are said to be too the number of Judges in thus for use of the kitchen, notify
benefit of those under theJurisdiction of NRA home
for the default his
furnish hard- I days Involuntary on
tiel. It will low to allow for packing and crat W Instance would< not be 'reduced, the supervisor immediately or get
who had not paid. No discount codes. loan June 13 1933 and unabl.
chute and yet on ,
i needed In building ing. Seven truck loads have been e. and Judge A. Z. Adkins, of Stark. someone to take'your place
allowed .the --- ---
during to refund his
was present
however or
for carry
It Is planned carried< from here during the ult-
ting pens. past and Judge H. L. Sebrlng, olOalneavllle Market left-over are not
added time. Tax books opened on unless it be shownto
mortgage, can
campaign to begin.about the November 1. week The price received by RITZ BOOKS the satisfaction would preside In he able for canning It I.I a great mistake -
Corporation's
Ie of June. growers Is reported to be aroundten new district should the bill become to suppose that product no "
.. Those who have. not yet paid GOOD MUSICALS that a default occurring later than '
cents a dozen. a law. longer suitable for table use can
their taxes are urged to do so byMr..Knli'ht. ; June 13, 1933, was the result of
QUIT JOB after Lawtey had one carload. of corn "STOLEN 'HARMONYAND unemployment other misfortune A constitutional amendmenl t be rescued by canning. Stale products s''
I Immediately.,?. out this week and prices at that ; are not only difficult to sterilize -
INJURED. "SCANDALS" FOR beyond the applicant's'control.Any '' ratified by the voter In last year'igeneral
HEN he win! begin oompilini
'his Saturday delinquent tax list which wit point are said to be about the same NEXT WEEK applicant will be rejected election authorised reduction but have lost. valuable food 3,

STRUCK as those that prevail here. If his record of Judicial circuit to not more substances y
: as ineligible general
ILL DUNCAN be published In the Telegraph durIng '*' second
BY AUTOMOBILEIN I Small quantities of cow peas "Stolen Harmony, the i* unsatisfactory, particularly If than fifteen. Judgeships would All equipment Including can
NEW YORK July. and lima beans are also being ihlpped.i musical film with Bet Bernie and he has deliberately'defaulted on his be created for every 60,000 population I and kerosene I* furnished and a Z'
.
Watermelon are said to be I "all the lads," will lhow at the existing Indebtedness and has :'s or major portion thereof It I supervisor will be on hand at each r

yon e will tell-tyou- that II.''36'I' 'CAlAXY"OF"BILLS olng.well In the Brooker section Rita Theatre Sunday and>.Monday. record of not paying his-bill when the new circuit'. '. center'to give Instruction without bA'

enough 'to/ find nowadayihaving I ARE PASSED and shipments of them will like. : Bernie Is co-starred with -.George he Is able to do so. charge. For use of the equipment

out 9." luckless break ly begin some time next week.' Raft who again does some of the To redeem the home from forced MRS. ALVAREZ each person who cans at the center "k
to it a few e expert dancing that makes him Is asked to leave fifty per cent of
you give up< SURVEY OF., MEASURE _, sale or voluntary surrender such
have Famous In "Bolero" and "Rumba. RESIGNSAS fruit and vegetable. canned ,and
after you at last.track- THAT HAVE!: BECOME GREEN''DISCUSSES ale or surrender must have taken 4
25 to earth. But such was th LAWSTALLAHASSEE In this new film Bernie and his place since January 1, 1930. twenty-five per cent of meat can... l'

dance of Bill Duncan. A abort I I STATE CANAL orchestra one of the most popular The applicant must be In actual COUNTY LOSIS BOARD TUBERCU ned. This toll will be used In. relief fix,

ago Bill gave up a Job In the I May 30 (FNS]) on the radio today, play a barnstorming illstres with his mortgage Indebtsdness CHAIRMAN I work y

office here-where the Survey of the accomplishment of CONGRESSMAN ON BRIEF I show who go across the and threatened with the The Idea behind the establishment ",

k was steady but. the future the legislature. on the eve of the VISIT TO HOME I' ountry encountering 'adventures loss of his home by foreclosure. Mr. J. M, Alvares, of Stark,. i of these canning. kitchen le I

ertaln-to go with the, Ring I last week of the session shows a THIS WEEK I' and laughs everywhere they stop. Applicants who have no presentor who has been serving a* chairman to provide mean whereby people

clrcui as an usher. Of course galaxy of new laws that. have beet I Coming' the Rltt' next Tues- prospective income of any character if the Bradford County tubercu- who have borrowed money from

[ was not much advance In enrolled on the statute. books bj Congressman R. A. Green on a -lay and Wednesday 1* another I I and clearly could not meet I. (oafs committee of the Florida Tu- the government, as well a* other iy

over the old job, but there wag I passage through both branches brief visit here this week stated popular musical "George White's the Indebtedness, are Ineligible unless icrculosls and Health Association farmers will. have mean of putting ,s

pportunity for travel and who and the governor's signature. that. seventy-five per cent of the 1935 Scandals." In this film U their notes are also signed by hat tendered her resignation to up food tor their own use. It j jI.

tell when a break-a good Moat important ;among these 115 to 130 million dollars requiredfor Featured a brilliant all-star caat responsible parties .hat organization.Mrs. Is the hope of'all concerned that a,

*-is going to turn up.around were the following: the proposed cross-state ship >f singers, actor aCId dancers, The property must be used by AlvarcB found it necessaryo the canning will be so successful $y4

Ircui? .' A. law providing free text booksthrough canal would be required for labor. each one fit to dominate a picture. the owner a* his home or held by ; resign because of 111 health. No that these small plant will develop -

o Bill left for New York where i the twelve grades, (Nc This means that the canal' construction There Is Alice Faye James Dunn?' aim as his homestead and, a* a appointment has been' made to sueieed into commercial enterprise 1''

A let his letter tell the story: definite provision has been made would be the greatest Ned Sparks, Lyda Roberti!, Cliff r rule It must have been his home her.\ that will give all farmer In Brad- ,

ro know. I leftfor, N.-:.Y,; to I. to: buy the books) employing agency that has evor SMwards. Benny Rubin and Geor&eWhite ''un June 13, 1933. During Mrs Alvarez' chairman- ford County a chance to add to
a Job as usher with the Ring- An amendment to present .dtfores been proposed for the South.' himself. The home must have a value not hip the Christina Seal Saleeached their farm Income,

how-r did and liked the laws to permit granting pilecrees t Mr Green said that, while several Also featured are Eleanor Pow- i exceeding $20,000 as appraised by height never known to ..

*flne--was looking forward to after, 90-day.. residence. of months ago the who canal did was not ell. called the worlil's greatest girl he: Corporation. No loan may be he county before and a number BUILDINGMAKES
>I lummer: travel and expertbut itiganta. pooh-poohed by many tap dancer, and a chorus of 200 made for an amount exceeding of> new case of tuberculosis were I

>- you can't'usher circus Repeal of the .1929' tax certlfl- understand its value. to shipping, rlrls personally selected<<: by. Mr, 114,000 or eighty per cent of, the found Health Education work PROGRESS '

after getting mussed up'by ate: law that. revives the tax. deed a great many leaders. Including White. Corporation'* appraisal of the van also done In the school and

k York traffic. is the only weapon for enforce. those who have much to say in l property, whichever' I* the smallr. -' a. tuberculosis cllnlo Is planned.Mr. RENTERS EXPECT TO OCCUPY i
Washington, now' declare that it O. B. Knowles, president of
During the show's Brooklyn nent of collection laws. employed by a STORES BY FIRST
Two girls are
d l (week redemption would bring greater advantages to I la not he .association has stated that OF JULY
of May 13)) I was Amendment to tax and North' rubber company In Liverpool to Ordinary farm property ;;
M! down by a nondescript se- awe t;)' permit partial redemplons. traffic between Gulf footwear of various eligible unless the applicant draws /rlrs Alvares' resignation was re- '
' Atlantic ports than has the Panama eat rubber elved ,with regret.HEADQUARTERS. Work on Congressman R. A.3reen' e
while crossing a corner of in four Us main livelihood from non-farm
mile
'
; walked 12,000 o
Aw and canal to Pacific and .North types: new store building Call ,
and 34th- know the act to permit cities iccupatlons.,
.
you Enabling
AUantlo ports rears of testing.Legislative Street, here I I. making;rapid pro- I'
,
New Yorker block.' Light :ountie to set up separatebud- "

"fortunately against me jets, one for debt service and the -- OF FERATO ex-eat, '
ell I got out of It ,
was a lecture other for operating expenses.
iboaK July 1.' .
who decided I BE MOVED FROM
uttl ar.
who expectedo
r Among those
W"a ProceedingsThese OCALA TO GAINESVILLE -'
OVERDOSEOF
AI '" : move to the new building a*
doctor told
me loon as It '''I* completed are:
"Wt have a little trouble. Na.I .. CUCUMBERSKILLED
FERA headquarter for this friest's Ten Cent Store Caett'ihardware i
cuts went on to my Job. Some A MAN BACK they listed a* a general fort to divert part of the countygasoUne strict will be moved from Ocala and Furniture Company

M left on the right leg and a..' ,IN THE GOOD Florida' twenty-fifth Thursday regular had sale. taxI the 1-4 M 1 percentgross I tax fund to school have to Gainesville on June "1, It, was aDd the Starke Dry Cleaner. fl viral "
shoulder
didn't bother j?r, biennial Legislature tax been blocked by.small county legislator The other have beta mentioned
> privilege ap nnounced this week. chang .
,bI\t\ left swelled'and4IIad I'I'II ,H. OLD DAYS f> %* '"i two'more day"ln' 'which' to receipt
Into limp just which proved by the Senate but not yet *. I. being made for administrative I a.> prospective Uiiant. and It I*
a I haveft.tyet. By H. E. LAOERGBEN solve the one big question' its session considered by the House; and a Aside from the big 'Issue of aDd economic reason, It I I. .said mdaratood that all seven 'of ,the

the For awhile I stayed This season has,been Ideal for has faced it since It began of combination occupational license school, the Legislature still face Inca Gainesville i* more central I.totes have been tentatively.spokin ,- yr

f lick show'leave on a sort of couldn't half lucumbero, and the many, who here April financing tax and gross receipt privilegetax the task of'completing action of to the cue load of the district a!- for.
but
** the that ilanted this esculent on shares for public school unfinished on retail business with chain the biennial general appropriation. bough Ocala I* better situated Quigley and Davis are eootrao- *
W ushers RingHng show 1* not a i New York fruit company; have It has plenty of other which probablywill stores paying the big share-the bill the legislative reapportionment eograpblcally. I ors on the building and the con- a'tl
who of
When limp this' year vason to be satisfied with the ven- business.; much but the bigquestion latter now being in a. Joint conference bill the $1,000,000 State Improvement The new district will beknown, itructlon work I fa being don by q ,

dOCtor gently advised by the ure. But everyone else who had remain unfinished, answered committee as a result of Sen program bill the Scats a. No. 4 Instead of No. 3 and will I J X A. Judd.Would .

home to to lay off re.t.e aDd .k plot of ground also planted CUM was only unanswered half half ate and House difference over Its planning board bill the Judicial re- .. mbrac the counties of Bradford, i -

>IrIthout return mother,day: 1 umbers, and the fruit has been so tonight and the provision circuiting bill and scores of other Columbia, Baker Union; Aiachua'i Abolish Ratford

by job undue declal lnS. ilentlful till it .his not only beer was the difficult part. Dave Some legislators declared the secondary measures. Hxl. Levy Marlon. ,
blot I. good upon'htu"""-: 1 1 a L i dnig 011'the market. but many School Interests Gov., ,school could be provided with it I The House ha almost completedwork tel', Hernando and Paeo.'> 1 I r The lDUDIel.Uty'of Rallord.i m

canes, tar In- lad'to give them; away'' by. the Shops. the legislator and schools apparently safe and sure financial "backstop"If on the appropriation r bill + i ,1 i near where the State Prison Ie I lo-

"but you expect for mcketful Just to get rid of them. the public agreed the bill now pending to. both Senate and the Senate I* waiting for It. To Run Hale.I I sled in Union County would b*
a
tinut, that I to "me'l U theneighbor's chickens were needed 10,000,000 a year to keep and House were to be tnacted. The Senate has passed the re-p- ibolUhed If a bill Introduced in sj sjhe
'<
r staff of..ushers Mjthersome- they were chunked open full terJDIIllext year;. pay tea It would set up a board of administration portionoMnUUi State institution Announcement was made this\ legislature recently by Roberta ,

When the show, l.ave.1 'with' the ever handy cukes chen and provide rural transportation In each county to handle building and Improvement program week of the sale of Hales reataur- lof Union I la enacted Into law. The

i way of the right shape for of pupils. the counties receive the planning board and the _t and filling station on Temple', bill would dissolve the I cooperalve t
hone'La O. I<. and expect too reo. which are We have become cucumber Half Of Fund Provided" the revenue three-sevenths of the gasoline re-circuiting measures and sent venue to Mrs. Beulah Jones, > existence of the municipality. '
hrowlng. from
next Week." So far the Legislature ha pro- House merly of Dunnellon. Mrs. the calendar ofxal 4;
It
'.conscious; they have been allowing this county board to to the for-I was placed on
stint and what thepeengrocers vided about $5,000.000 a year from tax. for retirement of Governor Shouts said he definitely baa been In' the restaurant bill.

lJall Year Tags;; ,ten without might; have lost In sale of automobile license tags at bond use the debt money or for school, for would not call an extra session ne.* for a number' of years -4 P

COBector prices, the one mill ad va- -he has made the statement re- :Ill own the well-known Jones
present
made for Bill Passed
C. A. Knight said .ale* of them them have up the Constitution county operation o* in part Game ,
which has
rosy that demand for lorem tax; required by peatedlyand expressed confidence Place at Dunnellon.
be baa been advls- y an unprecedented, and Interest on Invested each of these purposes'Advocate. the Legislature would finish built up a wide reputation on II.fried Th* local bill prohibiting hunt- ,
:; e Wilder,. actingsrmlsslotaer alt and vinegar. laws to Give View.Advte. Mr Jones Bradford County on Satur-
cH plant is admirably funds. It requrled no new of tbl.*. t>IU Mid It It* work on time. chicken dinner hi. In n
-cucumber
taxe .. that absorb tiled do thi*. the prevent law It Is customary to set high noon ba. already taken over the man- day. and Sundays sponsored by the
57 will not go on saleautomobile! fitted by >nature to moisture Is Out of the many suggestion for would not upset of the on the final day as' the hour for cement of the place and plan tootfer Flah' and Game Club here was

:. stnosehe ewe and what little school financing legislative lead- allocating three-sevenths sine die adjournment but the clock the people of this section the ad In the House of Repraeor
driest ground.ihtI. to the counties '
prston mud In even the era tonight said only three now gasoline tax revenue usually I la stopped and the House line service that ha made her ulvM. last week according lormatlon j)
** oa sale June 1'' wet soil and heavy. rams areof remain as possible way. to provide but would give th counties an and Senate work on until theyfinish istaurant famous around Dunnel- > received from Rpreanitiv ,
all of It
Peru1uthe fact that the sale to Its liking. opportunity to> use pan or John
of additional ; 101I. Charley E. ,
In Decem.] Until about thirty year ago the the I3.500.OOO! a',, year for schools ;f they wished. All el- despite! the actual hour ,
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- -- Taxes aid
I -- --- --- -- Last year U. S. Income Railway Ion feet, n-T
HAMPTON and parallel with iV2 *.
amounted to Mill ;
GRAHAM collected in Florida ''
BROOKER feat, thence
Rlr. 1.. C. Smith, V.rr..o....' Ulm< Aim Htmmo, MINUTESCIENTIFACTS ; AI
ll.. Ver Oalney, Correspondent AMAZE A mincing
> This they were $2,9 7.397.27. nit S..ello" line "dt.1fJ 1
I and chit J Wadsworth-Jlohns year Seetlona IS and 26
Mrs H. W. Reynolds at
I Brooker ;': Mlrnnopy dren were visiting her sister, Mrs. _.BY ARNOLD Gorden Wads worth. Jr.. and .I. -i -. ? oily East of S A i U sty and.,I'nlnt run loft Bun f'
I and parallel with I
The Mlcanopy baseball team was. Henry Shaw, of the Ziff section,, Miss Marjory Johns were unitedin Southern Belt Telephone track *oo feet thence Mid.t rlw,1'leu :
here last Thursday to play has Saturday.Mrs. marriage last Thursday evening Telegraph .Co.,. announces Miami and Easterly too fv !'
.. ball against the Brooker team. May 23. plant extensions amounting to Northerly and pa rUl,.I wit,,>'
E. Ward and son John. Hallway track to sat. ,
: Both teams played a hard game A They are both very popular here, $300,000( Company has 31,783 Miami thence Weston "Unrtl.m' .c\lo.' l
and fair play was a fine charade were visiting in Starke Thursday. and have a host of friends who stations, 8,000.more telephones point of beginning k.L j*.
of Hart by, of Lot BT. ?
McKenzie East tiw.r"l"
iatlc throughout the game. Brool Haven Mrs, Mack and mother, Mrs. J. H., wish them much success and hap. than the period_ of 1023.ISOTKR of record, all,I being in BecuJ. .,."
was victorious by a score of 9 plasma They are at liometo a, t
er of
S to ?. Surrency were dinner guests their friends on East Main 'and OF PIIBLICAT.O'VIT Twp: SB. n. ZS E. At7n NZT
Mrs. Surrency's mother and father APPHAUINO from the affidavit fact of MH of Ix>l, 13 .nfl01?
i" The Brooker line-up for this Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, of l Church Street. filed In this (court wherein Ruby Block 9 ot Jumeii M 13d.JS. *
as follows: Catcher-- Lvw" haM tiled cult for divorceagalnat tlon to Town of Klt/lfol.* ,! I44
game was Carl Brooker Sunday The Rev. Cooke will preach at Adolph Lewi- that the re"- In. the W..t 20 tent !"I fet'S"orved :
4 "Buddy" RUSH; Pitcher of the for roadway. '
of bualnews
Idence or place Tugelhers
Hough; first bane Art ford L. C. Smith was' a business visitor the Methodist Church next Sunday said Adolph Lewi I.l unknown) the tenements, ",", :.
base Howard to Starke Saturday. morning and evening. That affiant haa not seen or heard appurtenance therntr. bdnnoleg, ;

Mott Brown: short; second stop--"Shlne" Mot: Mrs. E. Strickland and children c7 F. B. Hall, who has been trans- of That him, there fur I.l no over r.lftlhl;; State*, /Special; .TM"1"': '' ',AN,

; '.' third base-W. T. Weeks; left field left Monday for a few days visit acting business in Tampa this of Florida known to afflant,..ervlr.of would. Attornrv.KN.OHr for ,riulntlfr(

Livingston Russ; centerfleld-J., with relatives at Ocala. week returned to his home here bind nubpoanit the raid Adolph upon LeWis whom defendant 5-17-8t-B-81

, r B. Russ; right field.Ernest Run. Mrs. Mary Roberts of Lake Butler ,STARS last Saturday.Miss In *Hi-t*tilt. NO'I'U.-, .
OKDKUKD.
sixth Inning the follow C. B. Roberts I5.00O.OOO Clemmie Hall of Tampa Is IT J3 THEREFORE Notice IB ,
s In the Is visiting her son A DI/VXE/ That the said Adolph Lewla, do appear hereby Klvn ,10
'' ; ing substitutions were made: Mac of Graham and celebratedher BEHIND spending the Summer months here to the bill of complaint In eald whom It maji' conrprn Ih.t'l J*
V Resule Colsei, l I A DIME MI.LOllt.T ARM'S and Mrs. A. cause now on file In thin court In filed my final report ant ww
Mr.
Hough, pitcher} eighty-first birthday Sunday.; with her parents Btark. Dradtord .county Florida on for final disoharife as Anmhi,,)
' first base, *" Mott=second Attending her.\: birthdays dinner LENGTH AGAINST THE MILKY' C. Hall. or,,before the First day of Joatd l of the Estate of (Cnrolin a

:I base; Carl Hough.shortstop. were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Townsend I WAV oaSCURKS 15 MILLION Mr. L. A. Pringle and family. of >bill 1035 will, elite be the taken allegations ae confeaaed ty Malp Juds-ej hue and B. will K. Perryinan apply,to Ih.e", o.''i.

'% Sunday afternoon the Brooke and Mrs. Rettle Andrews of STARS. Starker. were the guests of Mr. against you 26th. 1H35>> for approval of capon

W team went to Mlcanopy for a return Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. and Mrs. Jackson., and Mrs.', :Mattie thin IT nutli.il IS FURTHER be published ORDERED once a week, that of for April Final U3G.Usaeharge. Tile 10th

game. Here they were defeated Wasdln of Graham, and Mr and MUSCLE HEAD- Anna Ward last Sunday. for four ooniipoutlve weeks, five laKile J. M 1IOTT.

by a score of 5 to 1. The Mrs. J. P. Roberts of Gainesville. ONE-FOURTH on ALL OUR MUSCLESAU The Hampton postofflce has graph*. ,In a theBradford newspaper published County Tele-in t-S.-tt-6.94 Adalnlnn.

Brooker line-up was as follows: IN OUR NECK AND FACE. been designated a bonding office. i..intliord (county Florida.
la4 ZIFF Bonds will be sold, beginning June WITNESS!: my band an clerk and WOTICH OF "\tE
Catcher-Carl Hough; pitcher- the avail of thin court, thin the 17uuy der0and by hereby (
Mao Hough; first base-Artford Him. l..l.i Mae I..wl.. Corre...oinleitt WATER 1. of May... D IHJJIi. virtue of thatNin
Howard Revival services will begin at THOMAS, writ of execution Issued, on 11,
(? Brown; second base t 1 UEU.VFSH ti'it Circuit Court, 19. 193B by and under the hand
Mott; shortstop-Willie Strlck Services were conducted at Rock | the Baptist Church next Monday Bradford county, Florida. Deal of the Tax Collector, of the(
JJ land; third base-W. T. Week: Church Saturday and Sunday by i A FIVE-POUND night, Junt 3, and will continue e/ .111-al-e-10 of Stark Btarka*. Florida, Florida I la the wherein; plaintiff, CH'')
4 .
Elder Loyd Johns of Graham.Mr. JELLY FISH WHEN Indefinitely. Preaching service
left field-Livingston Russ; centerfleld iv 'nit i'IT'' c'o\"n'r. Diitnronn Corpenlnsr's a Drug Store now knas
': -J. B., Russ; right field-, and Mrs. Irvin pyal, Mrs. EVADOaATtDwElGkdi will be conducted by pastor, the cot N'rV FLORIIIA CI'. NC.'JjRY.] Brown I have levied Pharmacy IH tile; date l
Earnest Russ. Blrt Brltt and son, Roy Lee Dyal LESS Rev., Lyler and singing by Carlus O. KTOCKWELL, a* Conservator ant.to the highest and upon bent and kidder will
and Wesley Dyal, all of Graham THAU 00 Summers. Everybody is Invited. for bank of Starke, a Florida Banks cash on June 8rd A. D 1835 dai
Ressl.Coluen in Coiiaervatorahlp -
In the, seventh Inning < Ins- Corporation now
OUNCE the legal hour of aale I
at saiddstore
section v Geraldine Johnson la spending
this one Miss
were visiting In Plaintiff. .
for W. T. located at the
substituted i cornrr of (
.
449
day last week. this week with her aunt, Miss Al"Defendant No and Walnut Streetn., Starka Bi
Weeks third base, JAMBS T. MOORS BT
on
ford County Florida the
c
teller
re Maggie Johnson of Palatka. .
W1.
Mr. and Mrs., J. Lewis and deiiorlbed. fixture, or no n
Mrs. W. H. Griffin of Busbnell, Take notice that the undersigned
thereof la einnntlal
Jacksonville aa to
1 We are very sorry to report that son Johnnie were'In, 'sister Special Master by the j final decree In writ and oosta of satiety
of her xecutlim
the of
been
Lorle Mott Is seriously ill at thl.wrlUnll' last Sunday. >w e.. ,e.r w aa+.r who has guest the above entitled fauna appointed. to-wit I 4 allow cases; 1 sale e(o
v' We. all wish him a speedy; L. O. and Johnnie Lewis, of Ziff Mrs. J. H. Saxon. returned to during will Pursuant the legal to hour said decree at Bale and on side talnj 1'1 of sot of wall fixture un i
2
week. wall cash
.. her home this rtflKKn
Norman Johns, Carlton Davis and r -- Monday the Ird day -of June, A. D. candy 1 :
recovery. cane: wrapping
end with Mrs. Powell's Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Williamsof 1MB .ell, \n the manner. ,Directed by 4 cnunluafi
attended parents serving tables It
of Graham, ;
,I A large crowd from here attended Willie' Strickland THERESSA the'' week-end aid. decree to the highest and beat chairs and all wtr
other
Irvine swere Ixturei
the dance at Fairbanks Friday Mr. and Mrs: C. A. Youngblood' bidder for caah at the south door of UH
the baseball at Mlcanop; In except 1 radio.A.
game Mleraltkela Zclclvr. C.rreepnde.l and Mrs. W. B.
of Mr.
In TheregsaT They were on their guests the County Courthouse at Starke, L. ALVAREZ
night. '
Sunday. Bradford County, Florida, the fol-
Mrs. E. J. Sullivan and :Mrs. way to' Sumpter S.C.., where Mr. Hicks. Chief of Police,
to-wlt
lowing :
Irene children premises
Mrs Alice Oliver, Mrs. Mrs. F. W. Reynold and : : City of Starke Florid
and Misses Powell be at Lute il and II of Woodlawn and
John Sullivan daughters will employed a packIng
d d lt.II.B1.
Thlgpen, and daughter, Muriel, of : of Graham were visiting here Church June 9, 1035. Nty of NWi/4\ of Stt of -
Lucille and all of Wal house alllin'Se
Fast Palatka, and Miss Canty Saturday. Hazel U. P. Davis was' a business visitor NWU of SB54. .ti.. 14.
do were visiting relatives In Ther- Roy Hunter of Brooker was visiting Twp t S. R. 22: E.} and WU of NEW
I last of Brooker tkfrtl
Oliver of St. Augustine spent Henry Stewart, was in Starke Monday.E. of 8WVi\ and all west of S. A. U Uy.
week-end here as guest of Mr. and acre last. Saturday and Sunday.Mr. e.sa'Sunday.- frlendsr,here' Sunday after. S. Sibley, and ,W. S. Sibleyw of NKVi of NBU of SWM all in Sea. MALAR!
Mrs. B. F. Hasen. ..and Mrs. H. H. Howard and Marvin Bundy and Miss Oulda noon. ere transacting business. in at, Twp. at R 8.a. point It21 100 FL feet And,Ea.t' commencing of I In3d">}i

R Mr. and Mrs A. E. McKinney :daughters. Misses Louree and Mar. Hall were visiting in Putnam Hall Rev. J. D. Lyle' ol Lawtey filled Starke Monday.Mrs. 8. A., 1U By. on Section line running 666 COLKflrat
motored to Gainesville Saturday. zle. Miss Hazel Thomas Miss Inca Sunday afternoon. his regular appointment bere Saturday .,O.,A. Thrower returned to Fa.t and West dividing Section ill
23 and 2t and run East on
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Waters attended Prescott and Paul Prescott attended Mr. and Mrs: E. K.. Powell and nlghtfand Sunday. her home In Jacksonville after a Section line 210 feet to a point of
church services at Alachua the dance at Fairbanks small daughters Doris and Bettle Everyone1 Invited to Homecoming visit In Theressa. with her sister, beginning, thence South and parallel LIQVIrr'w'TABLFlT5' NO8B Tonic
7 Sunday. Friday night. Lou of Everglades spent the week- I Day at the Hope. Baptist Mrs. J. J. Ziegler., J thence wit*East' said at Railway right; angles tlO with feet.! SALVE DBOPSI" LuaU

Mrs Lela Mae Bloas and chil' .J .
:-- -- '
,Oren of Waldo spent part of the THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR rte{; heRealTIwwli

week,here with her grandparents,,
t Mr. and Mrs. Will Malphurs.
'{j Mrs. Parker and son Stewart, of I 4URMV ORE 9lRtIR '
Clearwater:: spent last weekendif ncrrvMNQ% T1W A -'THAT WA6 Ciq AltspMT R. K ,NO? FUNK AND : ',' TutlLLCacti BUY'
I
MAN CAN pq T1111T' iIONDERiUL'K EW'1f:7: '1OtT1ALITY : ,' .A '
l here"as.>guests of. -Mr and Mrs ; A" NtwrMkT'rAND'.B
'
y Getson Parker. WOMAi1 \vn 'DOwevt LtCTUR! WA9NTCTUF'' ({v A .. CAN /rNYTHING $M* PIIO wiT MY"
"
tRuQR 1T IWC 4 LO1tfA WNKf TMA ou cAN ,. \ '[1Re'f. SELECTIOMJe

i'' GUM BRANCH 00 YtAM
s.
Mica Elizabeth llarnngn, Cor. 1
; I f
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams ot

Jacksonville were visiting'Mr. and ,.*...ed'"a,. > ,Wt 1

,; Mrs. J. S Sapp Wednesday night. I ( tfSAJEFFDo'y t "'
Miss Audrey McRae was the I 1n ,/

r guest-of her sister: Mrs. T N. Nor-
man Tuesday., It1(( JR. %

Mrs. J. B. 'Anderson and :Miss

Edna Johns spent Thursday night a aE
v with Miss Bertlce Norman. t1

,dl Mrs. H. Keene was visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Norman Wednesday
'
afternoon.'

Mr and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and .

4 Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Yarbrough of 1
4 Woodlawn section and Mrs. Newn 1 1

Bradley and daughter of Jacksonville ffj) 5erej'a'm
. Mrs. H.' Keene
1 were visiting % __ ht
M
and family Monday afternoon. .. N..e hrA
Mrs H. Keene' and family were .
' t the guests of, Mr and Mrs. W. R. "THE' MAIN THING ON MAIN 'S'I' EE' ', By R ;plrnl

Kersey Sunday. M -. '_ Van -....... .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins N

were the guests of Mrs. H. Keen tai ,

p .and family Saturday. + \
8i Mrs. P. D. Reddish and children

were the guests of her parents, LEADWG.

,i )lr. and Mrs. J. S.' Sapp Wednesday -. ;
i 'i'" afternoon. COME air iOll,

? !t Mr. Jim Hersey was visiting/ vDILDFirZa,
8.* relatives In Woodlawn section Sun- 'RA FtiAL"j/ 'BRACE u rl

day. J
; Mr. and' Mrs.. Marlon Browning
I 1THERL9
I I
''S and children were visiting Mr..and .

r Mrs. H. L., Edward. Saturday. af Teat
ternoon.: COUNTY

I ,Mr. J. F. and MW A
of'the Farm
.
x children State were 1-11' '

i* guests of her parents, Mr.' 'and liDd..
fe Mrs, ,'IU Conner, recently. Tittta

I W,. H. Carter Is spending few I&RIA' :sa AKT iblfi

a t days at Raiford. with, his son, W.
J. Carter..

'd Mr. and Mrs.. H. L. Bdwardswere .
..
f guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ta'e:
--- '
Y' Alvarez Sunday. 4'Iiy -
l JL/AlU.L : -1
Citalr'let' 1U 1U 41 M+1 .
WatchYouK
MY UNCLE is'' SUPPOSED .

Kidneys TO MEET ME. OUT THERESA \ OEFF6ARMETT HIS FRIEND. WHo j i SAW HIMYESTERDAY ,KH0Cp

'JI'> .. REWARD OFFERED INTRODUCED HIM To THE KNOW.WHERE Mil TNET
TOUT Of
I R* Sure They Properly FoR HIM GIRL HEMARWEO "" MIKEEISiN IN Now AN
HoSPIT L
Cleans the Blood cuuEs'sHELL ACs

: YOUR kidneyi era contUnlty' filter- MAKE r MAYBE JEFF His wwASt
lie ...... horn the blood KNoW$'WHERE
helm. But 'kidney _.Ih".. leg 1.th.l lir. HIMSELFSCARCE I3 9 Sp
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'i tanded-f.il to remove Impwilut th.:
poison! the system when retained.
Then. you way ...If.,neflgingj tuck-
ache,dinlneM, runty or loa frequent
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limb.'eu ..*rvou., mltercble' Yu : oC
all upset., T
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19M' 'TELEGRAPH. PAGE TRREEe5'l'Ce
tUtAPFOKD COUNTY STARKE. FLORIDA

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the place. He walked to the scull Age Pensions The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the

and placed his hand on It. "Say,

what you want rowing is one kind Require Change

of exercise a man can keep up O BETTER BUSINESS FIRMS IThe

after college. How long does II' TALLAHASSEE, May 30 (FNS

i& take to dry a thing like this after Constitutional lawyers who have Telegraph has investigated all the Business Firms listed on this ; ,i
Adapted It's out of the water T"
8UTlUca (Alta been making a careful study of the page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its re-

._ 14wya....."N..,.. 1'1 oeeeeyN0pSN In"Not long voice Bannister answered problem contend that no state spective line We recommend these business firms and their personnel to '.'\
a surly
pensions for the aged may be provided our readers-they are Starke institution (owned and operated by Starke >> ,
"How many miles can you mak< i without constitutional
nle e Branch,, another chance It was too big a an hour'" I people.) Try them, go in and visit with them-then, you too will place your"OK" ;
: J a he said reflectively, then K covering these various institutions '
ananapl' edUo" mistake "Don't know. Never tried for The constitutit4fn, states that beside the name of each one. Write-ups ,, I
'fol't'-f'ful sighed. "But ril show them I can member the Telegraph staff will appear
lovely aoclally prom- speed. counties shall provide for their and prepared by a '.

bred Shores the NlUlcott from Ida pa.Tbe11. next take It words as well came as dish slowly.It out., "I'm His going Branch decided to change hit citizens who by reason of misfortune on this page each week. Read these stories and learn about your own

t dllK'overiDC her nand-- back to Kansas City. I've tactics. 'Ubub. Got living quarters may have claims upon the Starke business people. l J.l "
Banl of .society. That, ac ,
sympathy '
Tommy ticket." upstairs, I imagine r \
pith bought a one-way
wlfh Julia rat- lust ". Bannister cording to.the lawyer Is a definIte
tIt'andl "Is this an Inquisition BUYING WAVE PREDICTED r
:ell 10 a break any moment) Sharon was stricken dumb. She snapped. statement .of, how relief mon- WHAT ABOUT BUSINESS t Hall's Place Is

dUll to rues, Induce4 bet'to bad never expected this. j "That's the late thing m the ey shall be provided In Florida, and How good Is business T Outsld Trade statistics gathered by ''
a To Be EnlargedArthur
bad to bY her Job, for be bad brW At mention of Kansas City, Mrs. I world that would enter my mind; since the constitution sets up a of those Industries which are agaIn rederal and private agencies show ,J: :1

use her to pt the ID8&de Nancott had become very much Interested Branch said dIsarmingly. "I came definite way any,other provision facing the_ threat or the existent of the bat recovery continues. to make

Sharon, Yarning his pan "Oh, I didn't know you here, Bannister, to let you know so far as the state government Is of strikes, it Is doing well am ( Mall's Hall Place proprietor near the Seaboard iteady gains, that unemployment .,:d
broke popular
.
promptly from Kansas City. Do you concerned, Is prohibited. seasonal taken Into account +
however, came exactly how I feel now-about everything changes Station, announced this week rolls are being reduced aa many of ,
ned morning Julia know Margaret Fair Holm, Her' ." The has headed toward Is Improving in various be-
The legislature
hhn.\ murdered were"Yotherl" that work would begin. soon on an he long-stagnant Industries dev"p : ,\.
dlllCovered mother was a Drutton. We "Aren't going to ask us up,, the problem m two ways, by ala lines.
telllOn I is bel' ...... silenced her you I addition 13 feet by 22 feet to be > renewed activity, but that new
er belL Pours suspect reawnegdpking Sharon- Tommy T" Sharon thought to makeIt I constitutional amendment and by Steel production recently sine built adjoining the side of his :autlon has been Injected Into the

do but Branch baa bill murdered with a look., easier for Branch. various bills to raise money for old at forty-five per cent of capacity present building The new part tmstnea structure by continued
Bannleter a long railroad With obvious reluctance Bannis pension.A level for this Urn
BaDDJ.a- Branch pullel age an encouraging will be largely glass on two sides threats of Inflation and the Wag- 1
upnnn' lie Iouanat bead- ticket from his pocket and displayed ter led them up. resolution proposing a constitutional of year. March sales of pacsenge and will house the restaurant partof her Labor Disputes Bill. }'I

guilt tn front pap It casually. "They know me "Cheerful," Branch commentedon amendment that would authorize cars were ninety-eight per cen I his bUMlness.
:J Into
and noon after I. ealled back there. They'll give me a the living room"Thanks the legislation to establish ahead of last year-show no slg will Perhaps the most encouraging
of the building
of Are 01 his boN, Mr. Jordan Jordan chance to get started again." He ," Bannister returned a system of penslpts.for: .,the aged of diminishing. Chrysler's sale' be The remodeled old part and will be converted from Duslness the report National of the Association week came of ( w

friend of annleter' replaced the ticket. "There's only drily. "I don't want to seem rude,, and Infirm who ate 4n need, has for the first suarter were the hlgt into store where Mr. Hull
"You're .Ired 1" be I auk what houae/Wt eat In.its history. Machine tool a Purchasing Agents meeting In yi
uta at him, two things I have to clean up Sharon but-may paned both there was will a'full line of plain and
carry New York. The Association, whosemembers
fore I leave." He nodded to Sha- brings Mr. Branch here T" some diBagreemonHlwer its provisions makers had the best, April bus he said
{
Eight fancy groceries
Chapter ron. "You're one of them. I want Before she could say a word, and a JomV',conference ness In five years, and electrical+ spend approximately ten
ALIBI to apologize to you-for the way Branch spoke up. "I've come to committeer was appointed to adjust goods manufacturers are reportln, Since Mr Hall took over the billion dollars yearly for durable 9igoods

behaved" tell you what a fool I've been, Ban these differences,, Increased orders Residential con- management of this lunch stand and commodities, predicted

Hen, simultaneously, the two I've more. nister. I feel you're entitled to '. structlon Is exceptionally good,will and store'several years ago, It hasincreased tn early buying wave unequalledin lY
thing >
"And there's one --.r-
the last six
himKwrf In
Jordan ordering continued. "I know' hear It straight from me." Ban probably Improve with summer.BARGAINS steadily popularityand years. ,ly
Bannister, he
Branch tendering torn CANNOT ADVERTISETALLAHASSEEj1uy consequently his business has
nister seemed a bit wary but Sha-
I can never repair the InjusticeI've : 31 (FNS) 1M had a steady rise through good
\aa.tion. ron beamed. Branch casually Indicated
done him. But I want him to Floilda dentists no longer alike.
may and bad seasons
"I PERSONALSTATIONERY
m
continued. motorboat of i
the picture
branch however IN
I didn't do it maliciously.
know turn to paid advertising as a served
and large I've enjoy- Bannister 'and Mrs. Patterson. "1ildn't : The barbecue sandwiches
ugh. By You've told me what a splendid customers fora
means of securing
have become famous
for SHOESFor at Hall's Place
except your know had a motor-
here you
working he really it. I feelHIli last
law the legislature
and buo- person passed by throughout this section of
on that your friends voice broke "Maybe he'd be big goat""I I week makes It Illegal for any dentist I sandwichesand Printed In I arge Varietyor
untouchables. .. the state and other
associates are 'too." haven't, Bannister replied Inks and Type Htylm at
118 enough to forgive me to "advertise professional superiority -
vieJordan began shortly,. "It's Mrs. Patterson Aa THE WHOLE short orders here are equally No Extra Cost $IIIS IIBoll.
'ran L sure Mrs. Nancott was mlaty.yed'Iknow were saying" or the performance of as good J i
he will." you services In a superior
aklY. "I was saying I realize now r J professional I FAMILY When completed the new addi- Fin OUR MAMPLKM
Branch of advertising prices
I Goodbye. "But I can't reach him, manner or of
to certain conclusions which tion will give Mr. Hall plenty
I' washed up-" Cap: asked as mournfully, "I've tried to come for professional services, or of advertising Bradford CountyTelegraph
All objected
were absurd-and I'm sorry. Like I EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN room for the operation of his business
,ch entered his office. call him. He won't see' me. He a sap I believed every silly story I by means of large dIs- DAY AT and will still leave enough "'

ranch nodded then noticed the won't even talk to me." heard." He started to laugh I play signs or glaring light signsor parking space for' customers who
been "If to show as, a part thereof the: \ STUMP'SFor PRONE ,
rnificant look that passed Mrs. Nancott moved angrily. "There Is nothing so stupid as a :' wish to take advantage of the Ztt

t' him and Parr. "Oh no youdon't. Tommy Bannister' doesn't forgive wise guy. Why can you Imagine i epresentatlun bf Ai tooth: teeth, curb service. offered.Economic .

u g You can't resign. Iot you, I'll never speak to him again," I[ fell for that story about Mrs. bridge work or any portion of the ,

want either of you to leave she, declared. "Sharon.. will take Patterson endorsing, almost two human head"wNERVE. 4r

8 office" he said. "Cap youy you to him." hundred thousand dollars worth of
P
here to write the story-if Ifa Sharon looked at them both in your notes at the bank?" He rapped -, The BEST Highlights Most Reliable '
turned to Parr.d -.; ,
get it. He surprise I his head with his knuckles In (Industrial News Review, )
1 you stay right by this tele- I've used you so much," Branch elf-reproach. "Gullible that's Barbecue' Sandwiches, L You Feel SAFE When You

e until I call for' you."' Heed said hesitantly, "in a shabby way. me. Just plain gullible. Drinks and Short Orders

I out the door. But couldn't you grant me this last "You want to know how I figure H..I. That. Art..t ea.. mean Insure With Vs. Ri

Sharon and her mother were favor?" this Patterson thing" Branch TRYHALL'S (..Mi. imMmil .c........ ... Tarn
to: decision "'Weil- Bill *f SII".., l...." ...l-N.- Peninsular Life
ted on beach chairs In front ofcir She came a continued. He chuckled "I thought r cabana at the Sound' Beach all right." She rose. "But I'll have why I thought maybe you rowed .........101. r... Leal *. f

|ub, A boy was serving: some to change my clothes. I won't beJordan across to Mrs.. Patterson's PLACE Insurance Co. L

.. --- louse that night." Every Supreme Court makes
'; ;: '/ Sharon was watching him now history The existing Court has Lucian Thomas, Agent.
In suspicion and amazement. Near Seaboard Station. a chance offered to few of Us ,
;
( .. ; .; .. "I see how wrong I was," Branch predecessors to add Important

.v .f".t'i.' i i.2 : 'vent ont, "and I've come to tell pages to that unwritten, unfinlsh- rt'

<: : 4'A you so. I must say- there's one able volume which might be titled

'' 'thing still has me stumped. Nobody "The United States Government
TUNE IN WHEN
\.2.2t; > :i knows yet exactly where you Most dramatic recent Court decision FOR PROMPT AND 1'n,

A vere the..night pf the murder.." He was that of the golf{ cases,
'\ ; I" ., 'O dt COURTEOUS] SERVICE "
r", .j .. paused. "Just out, of curiosity, l In which the Administration's unprecedented
t all
,..'. '. where were you? action of seizing
;' 4"0"q I' '1 .' .... "That's none of your business," Present the country's gold was held to be THE NEW DEAL
..
".. j /'. UP TO your MM .to ..... of
( with the basic law
,' "'.V Bannister said curtly. every: nerre at Well tuseioa. The Pause That Refreshes compatible
+i j .1: I :> ). Sharon was on her feet furious Ne wonder yea sna> at tke ..,. Each Friday (WJAX) the land'-tlie much talked about, SERVICE STA.

.. ,,' : "i-!,:, '; now in the reallatlon that she had M4. bark at the ebJUren.Watek ergo p. m. little understood Constitution A
.,: ," been duped again. "I'll tell you ovtlfr OrernetfcsJasms few wteks ago the Court passed on Hubert E. Priest
,
-. .- '0; where he was." may lead..ids.ch.ipls sesa Starke Coca-Cola another case which received fewer

t. "Sharon! Bannister was tryingto .,, N"'vM > headlines, was less dramatic, but
---4 ,..; ... .< THAT GOOD GULF lAS
her. bdlgwtion a es Bottling Co. which may prove to be of even
',. stop . ): .: "I'm going to tell him." Bannla- don't mnpleasant try greater Imptorance than the gold

ter stood there tlghtllpped as he MsrTssrsB*you Nervtee Tetat .. unbrogllo-. ,the Railroad Pension
-
I -
J } aw that Branch was forcing hero last one in a. MIl i glass e. Act.

betray the gentleman's code. 'water makes a p CONVENIENTLYLOCATED This Act wan passed by the last SWIMMING TIMK!
He was right here If you must s4rink .UcI1WIIJ session of Congress.. Under It, by

know and I was with him the M ovtax..d sieves. c' governmental Hat, the railroads. of ANI THAT MEANS A

'.. ,\ greater part of the night." Dr. MOM' NerrbM ,hj ._ Cor.. Walnut-: Madison the country were forced to make '
.trio .. tw. t o1lfervhaSSae PERMANENT WAVE
< ,. / Branch stepped back as If he had ,loCh llrww BUY YOm GAS AND OIL provision for pensioning their old 'hr

Been struck by a blow. __ ....., employes, whether they wanted w Spiral Wave, $6. fa, and ,$7

deliberated for a moment, "Pm afraid I've com to the end, (Branch's house of cards .has tLMatyesirNERVINE..MMumI FROM. .;r ,not, and Whether" or not they ?

of my patience Branch*" tie/ said. come tumbling down. Not only'do had the money. The bill provided Croqnlgnole Wave $a./SO/ andf3.oo

his tbrlMn* to have Unit the railroads': payments bepouted +
ood on a table between them. a minute.":*' 'f butSharon : 'STANDARDSERVICE lineswould
the
fallen through so 'tfiat: stronger
Bron looked past It listlessly.. When she had disappeared\ Mrs him, seems lost to him now forever. ( 'r *help to provide for the em- LEILA'SBEAUTY et
I Mrs. Nancott now addressed Nancott spoke softly to Don't )f STA.Joe we're financially
hard Mr. Branch,, What. his next step r I ployes of lines which
it
n In high exasperation- "I ."Don't take so miss. next week's halr-ralslns weak:' SHOP
n't think I've ever seen,you be- There's no joy In heaven I % I Slstrunk, Mgr.
installment)
and touched bet The case went Immediately to
ve so stupidly Sharon. No onet He reached out --
knows will hand "I know. Bless you-" Courtdragged through a series of _. .
Bannister
Tommy ---- -----
lleve that stuff not even Again he took his big chance,, lower tribunals, arrived at luut at
-
stilly c.f4Ue
a the Court uf Last Resort where
or one second." r "-Mother. 9'C1U can
J. L. SIMMONSstarke wise old listened to long
nine men
"That Isn't It mother." A little later he was. riding MEET THE CROWD
I road arguments by able counsel for
"Then the"road In Sharon's
SUPERFEXYOU
what Is ItT""I along Fla.Plumbing both sides Result: The Supremol.oUt.t
at the wheel. _*
don't know. ster. She was '-
declared that the Act was
-That makes a lot of seD.M't :"Why do you have to go to Kansas
to Conl1'e.
the granted -
It?' You don't know City T" Sharon asked out of along can depend on the And Beyond powers
.. thus
by the Constitution, was
looked at her
tShe and Sharon both deep silence. He M, of Super- null and void. The Spotlight
the
looked Contractor
he Electrical
looked and
| up at the same moment' In amazement as *
: Branch stood there. overwhelming realization came ..",....... fix, the oil burning to rlgeruor.ltbdairdub.daly- The decision Is immensely Important ,

:,Absurdly.: Sharon found herself oYer him that she really cared for n In tbat It .establishes /

\*"king that he look deflated: him ,"Wouldn't'It be'. braver. 'to ""f; for fuse,in jour':borne in tb. Expert Work precedent which; In the opinion of LARGE GLASS DEER,
""S-dog, Somehow,' the 'bounce fight it out here?" she asked."I u cowph7, just fiH< tbi 'small most commentators learned In the PLATE LUNCH with :barge

wined to have. 'him. so" he said a little $ l kerosene Quick Service Intricacies of Constitutional law Beer ...
gone out,of suppose ;, reservoir. t/ ., Inevitable that theCourt l. ._......,r 8Oo
'Hello." he afluYTheqheiatlffenedle. < maJtiiSjjtalmost! rNTORODE'
said tlmldlf'Helloto \
leave it.;
i
then 43d
light { ,; likewise throw but any
Mrs. Nancott.:' "She nodddd "But first I'm golng"to see Ban ? twill ,
'about'gwo.hours? the
r la social security legislation! that
lanportant-tban
any Sharon was coldly-- silent. : nl ter. Its more a; *
burners oat and Congress may pass.
Twutiful day Isn't It?" t had realized.. go you
'1 hadn't noticed," Mrs, Nancott Sharon .shook;'her.head happily,, r' ( .' have refrigeration for 24 I 1 ,_READ THE Directly following the decision, Chevrolet "

"M. tossing her head .... If ,this although she was completely ignorant r hours without bother or. FloridaTimesUnion New Dealers said that they would Co.'

Were a very original remark of his real meaning. worry. A full year of efficient redraw the act and base It, nut ou
.
Sharon Importantthan ; Congress Interstate commerce
more
spoke up now seizing "There's nothing refrigeration 'for lea
.
this opportunity for a bit of well- to go through with a thing ?w power, but on Its. power to tax

Placed sarcasm "Don't tell me Uw on the level." than $10! For latent Markets. sports, Here again the Court seems to ae

dleUugul hCd managing editor can Branch turned to her and spoke Superfex keeps foods always fresh..Makes ice cubes. Fewer and General News stand in. the wayIt has Insisted SALES AND: SERVICE
i lake tilDe right to tell that a taxing act must be a genuine
art "I haven't any while
from the take
.bowtnl' tip slowly. fewer to
.
kitchen
poike" this but you're* the kind of hours of toil in the : steps leave Habwrlptlons ..eCcrva'a attempt to raise federal revel We have fI ypnefnUy .trained ?
\
Branch smiled you always dream about preparing meals because your foods are within easy teach. unue-.-that It cannot be camou: niwhanles and *<|ut lpm w. ta dgive
all wanly. "Ob that's person you available in five models. A I PharmacyE. you the best service obtainable. l, '
is .
-
over I've been fired" but never expect to meet. The dependable Superfex ilaged so as to use It to promote .

"What?" Mrs. Nancott sat bolt Sharon turned to him eagerly,, demonstration. will not obligate you. CAMP, Agent t purely. social end.
UPright and I -- --+--
genuinely shocked. then quickly swung back gave PHONR lit

Branch nodded ruefully. "I guana her strict attention to the wheelAs A. B. CLARK Insurance companies operatingIn _.
4. -
1 ---- ---- -
**, Just' too anxious to get a she pressed her finger to the Florida had"net premiums" In
.
"y--My; kind of a story." Her" bell at the land entrance of Bannister' CITY FLORIDAR. : 1934 amountlngn to 939,970.982.89,
I LAKE HOME POUCH SHOULD Tile Only Way to Look Clean
a his she glanced atDr.nch. "net loeles" totaling ''',81C ,-
hand .
h?* by his sudden over his hair aa if. boathouse He however, seemed InDO F. D. No. 3 KNOW WHAT TOURISTS. 143.18. according to State Treasurer anti Fre'eb. In the Hammer. x
Ill-fortune. .. f
KNOW Time M Have
ELL1SVILLE Your
"Ob." surprise TELEPHONE NO. 1, W. V, Knott.
DespIte herself. U.... whit disturbed. Bannister's f
""wtt felt the door though i That c.'J.E\NINO 0 l'UESI4ING
the quick tears of :on opening ;
h A Florida bas a higher prcentg.
aloy WH up In her was only too evident. LAUNDAndRY
But eyesv said of surfaced roads than other WORK
\ Sharon Sharon any
was a tougher cue.: "Hello Tommy. DURDEN'SRESTAURANt'
". Tm sure there'are many brightly."Mr.. Branch wanted toMe S PEiiFEX' state except Ohio and Indian i, Delro AtSTARKE
p Manufacturer's Record, the
here. lays
Pipers him
that will be glad to you so I brought
q ..'bit figure being 874.
said
Bannister DRYCLEANERS
J""pelves of your unparal- "Come in, into the boathouse .-.'...... .. .i.....
in'icee. she Slid with They walked '
Icy stiffly.
,
.
At
swifts
large, bareIooJdnl' Port-au-Prince. Haiti "
a
It wan > "
8l811c'T b proper. containing some REFRIGERATOR I* The lIMe P3ite Is Town. were ,observed circling about onairplane '{". .. .- .

4'. iii shook afraid hie. you head don't hopeless:kDOW gymnasium room>equipment. .and the Ji T. CAT' mile aa hour.which' wa traveling. ,*')' .._. .: t ..IhOAV. \' .( .,

its eeWspgpcr buIIlDeee.' One ml.- sculL' r l
like thia--attg "Nice. Branch: looked around r ... -
7" Ja". ',""r pt.. ,
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FOUR &RADroRD COUNTY TELEGRAPIi 8TAJUUI.! n.onm h R1DAY. 1Lly
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( Distinguished Miss Ritch HonoredAt Club LuncheonThe 3.Eo Wilson. H. ? -
.. YO\ilJr,p
' Gainesville Musicians Bunco PartyMrs. Woman's Club Luncheonwill

I Figt be held at the Club House .- .
Heard In RecitalA / -
H. Clifton Brown entertained World's longest
fjocict j program of unusual! Interest at her apartment Saturday aft- Wednesday, June 12 at one o'clock. III nearly complete mnn-lIIade

and brilliance was given at the ernoon at a bunco party In honor Members desiring to attend will Inland waterway 1.500 IIIIItt

; Woman's Club on Friday evening. of Miss Harriet Ritch, bride-elect. OFBRADFORD please make reservations at the York and Florlda's connectID.tip N
A color scheme of pink and
, May 24th. COUNTY earliest possible, moment but not .-
with white was carried out In detail -.
Wadsworth-Johns Mrs. J. H. Ritch EntertainsFor group The of program Two-Piano opened numbers played a- with quantities of pink and white HOUSEWIVESThese I later than named June 0,committee with any of members thetollowloll' Pensacola's Three millions of doUa",

Mr. and Mrs L. A. Johns of Miss Ritch, Bride-Elect by Mrs. Ruth Dobbins Smith roses being Biased as decorations. - __ I : Mesdames Edward Burns D. half million navy for yam IUId
Several bunco were en-
game..ot Armys
Hampton Hamilton Ritch, and Mr. Claude Murphree. These P. Carpenter O. L, Haynes, T. i lor and Fort,T
Mr and Mrs J. Joyed by the.guests and pink and By T.j Barrancas
Are Reprinted assured
\ two artists disclosed rare musicianship ( Recipes
Announc. the marriage Jr., and Miss Van Edith McCoy and a feeling of perfect en- white mint*,'were served on the .u,_,_,<<.u._..) i Long Q. H. Lowry, L. D. Vlning, Ing U. S. Congress. of'
of their
. daughter. entertained at the home In
, McCoy semble In each of their well-chosen: tables durintbe/ games. Miss Easy Sweet Saccharin Pickle
; I Marjorie Gainesville Wednesday evening and attractive numbers. Hilda Durd n--WM presented a van-' Wash cucumbers and dry thoroughly I ifi
to honor of Mr. Rltch's sister Miss I ity as holder'of high score. Miss. .
, Mr. George Hack baritone; gavea Large ones may be split Announcing the
' Gordon Wadsworth Jr. Harriet Ritch who Is to be married of four numbers, each Ritch was given a hand painted lengthwise Into quarters and small
group
'. : Thursday evening May 23 June 7 to Mr. H. Morgan Richard. of which was presented with fine vase as a gift from the hostess. ones left whole. Pack Into quart OPENING OFLARRY'S
""foJ Starke Florida; Quantities of gladlolas and dahlias Mrs. Brown"assisted Mrs H.
' Interpretation clear diction and in by jar and pour over them the following -
;,\ The marriage of this popular ,were used as decorations In, and A. Durden and Miss Leila Dea Andrews picking : BEAUTY
most pleasing manner. syrup
1\ easy
';ft :young couple of Hampton was this. home where four tables of Jack Long and David Kantor,, served the /guests an Iced Two quarts of vinegar. one- SHOPOVER
't. solemnized at the home of Judge players spent a most enjoyable
course.
the Vivace fourth salt one and one-
violinists, next played cupful
'jf, E. K. Perryman In Starke with evening playing bridge and Adagio from the Bach Concerto Those enjoying this. lovely party half teaspoons ground cinnamonor bAN OVA'S PHARMACY
'
; only a' few Intimate friends wit. The /guests were received by besides the hostess and hono-
in D minor for two violins.These can place cinnamon sticks In OPENING
jfi I i nesslng the ceremony. Mrs. Hitch Miss McCoy and Mrs. ree were: SPECIAL
fine one-half
artists displayed each jar teaspoon ground
, Both have a host of friends McCoy. After' enjoying several young Misses Dorothy Hitch Hilda Shampoo Set and
' technique and tone quality and cloves one-half teaspoon of all- Dry .
'ii l -----'- .25,1
Miss Dor-
throughout the county who will regressions of bridge, -
Miriam
, Durden. Jacobs Melba SU-
good balance in nuances as the spice, two teaspoons powdered
\$ learn with Interest of their mar- othy Ritch was awarded a lovely themes shifted from one violin to cox Mary Lee Wynn Clara Louise alum and ono teaspoon of saccharin. -I Permanent Waves ------__.. --$2.50 UpI
&
, rlage and will wish for them much gift as holder of high score. Miss the other. The Starke audiencewas Peek Leifo Dea Andrews, Mary .
;J j happiness. Bitch, the honoree was presenteda Canova Hazel Middleton Lucille -==
: I
.. especially delighted to he.rthis Mix; the foregoing ingredients
hand embroidered vanity
-- lovely Mitchell
unusual number Mr. Claude Flora Conoly and Mesdames and cold the
r U. D. C. Chapter' dresser set. Mrs. M. Rice was also H. A. thoroughly pour over
Murphree played in hIs usual brilliant Durden Wm. Dobrow cucumbers packed in the jars. This O N A
' presented a dainty embroidered J. M.
Will Meet Wednesday manner the orchestral part Edwards. ... amount Is sufficient to cover four
dresser set as a guest prize. .- PLAIN OR SELF
RISING
'The W. T. Weeks Chapter United A refreshment course Consisting -I arranged for piano. I quarts' of pickles.
Mrs. Mabel Petersen Godwin Entertain U. Df Ga. Senior
j Daughters of the Confederacy I of chicken salad. fancy sand- soprano ] Mrs. E. 8. Matthews

" will meet Wednesday afternoon wiches, wafers, stuffed dates and ,I charmed her audience with Forestry Class at House PartyMr. Starke Fin.Mustard .

h, June 6th, at four o'clock at thee Iced tea was served at a late hour her clear coloratura voIce and her FLOUR6llw '
lovely personality. Each of her and Mrs L. H. Hill of Law- Pickles .
+ Weeks cottage at Klngsley Lake. by Mrs. Hitch Miss McCoy and
four numbers received enthusiastically :ey, entertained members of the
was Slice about a peck of cucumbersand
Mrs J. M. Brownlee and Mr J. Miss McCoy's mother
f( E. Wilson hostesses. After short Those attending this! lovely par and she responded with Senior Class In Forestry of the two quarts of white onlonj. Isreias'ssro Sk. 12-lb. Sk. 24-lb. Sk.
the brilliant "I Love Life" University of Georgia of which 4iNEREECONOMYRuLES a.
business meeting swimming will ty from Starke besides Miss. Ritch by Soak over night in salt water and
Mana-Zucca as an encore. their son Louis H. Hill Jr., is a alum. 25c 45c 87c
be
enjoyed and later a picnic supper and Mr. Richard were: $1.70
will be served Misses Dorothy Ritch, Hazel The two pianists closed this member at "a house party at their Next morningdrain water off
Middleton Lucille Mitchell and splendid program with three ex- cottage at! KIngsley Lake last and freshen in clear water for two< -=

The Congressional library at Mrs. H. A. Durden and Messrs. S. quisite numbers which gave them Thursday. hours and let stand in liquor ot SCOCO FINEST SHORTENING
opportunity for the use of their This group of young men was one-half vinegar and one-half Water .
Washington contains the original R. Johns, Jr., Eugene Matthews,
: Declaration of Independence her- Gary OVerstreet and John H. Pow- facile technique fine tone coloringand accompanied on the trip by Prof for fifteen minutes, scald In COMPOUND 21hSe bulk 25c

',. metlcally sealed in a frame. ell. ensemble playing which both .I and.L Mrs O. V. Streinz and son, same, liquor and pour abundantly possess. immy 01 Atnens.. the following mustard dressing: -- -- """
-
t ... A for the Mr. and Mrs' Hill entertained ata cook a few minutes and seal while DIXIE CRYSTAl-FIne Granulated
oao>= -- oeYO oao oa reception guest artists -
,""' ,. was held in the sun parlor im- buffet supper that evening In hot For Mustard Dressing use: SUGAR 5 Lb. cloth sack
honor of their guests, to which 25c
mediately following the program. ; a One quart of vinegar, 4 tablespoons -
i({ ANNOUNCINGTHE Receiving and Introducing were number of friends from Starke and of flour (more if neces-

.I Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. G. H. Lawtey were invited. sary); one cup of sugar (use more EIGHT O'CLOCK-MUd. Mellow

: FOLLOWING SPECIALS AT Lowry and Mrs H., H. Young. Mrs. R. P.,Jones'and Miss Enza sugar if not sweet enough) 'three
t) COFFEE Pound
Punch was served by Mrs.: H., C. Blanchard of4 Lawtey, assisted tablespoons of powdered mustard, 17c
L' i p
Hitch Miss Lucille Mitchell. Mrs. Mrs. Hill in entertaining. i one-half tablespoon of tumeric and __
' K. G. Duncan and Miss Madge .... one tablespoon of celery seed. IONA-With Pork and Tomato Sauce

<** Middleton. Given Kitchen Shower Mrs.Starke H., Fla.B..UcLendon. BEANS 3IG-oz.cans 12cCOLD

I HALE'S I Mrs. R. F: Demorest entertaIned 'I .
Luncheon In HonorOf
at bridge Tuesday afternoon at her Miss Ritch And Fiance STREAM:" Finest., Alaska PINK -+
Mrs. Edwards home at whiCh time Mrs. T. T.
o Long who is deco to move into her Horoned At Gainesville Party
SALMON Tall Can
a D I Mrs A. Z. AdkIns entertained lOc
new home was, honored with"
o 0, at a beautifully appointed lunch a Miss Harriet Ritch and her fiance __
kitchen shower.'
eon Thursday honor of her H. Morgan Richard were the
if mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. The bridge tables were arranged honor guests at a bridge party
FRIED CHICKEN PLATE ______________25c Choice_ I on the large screened porch and given by Miss Elise Jones at her WHITE HOUSE ]) (f FANCY BLUE ROSE
roses and other Summer
bowls Evaporated
and vases of red radiance home in Gainesville Whole GrainRICE
Saturday eve-
flowers, arranged in baskets and roses and red:dahlias formed the

0 OUR BARBECUES ---.---____-_______________15cv' 0 bowls,.'added a pleasing' note of decorations for; this lovely affair. ning. MILK
o I. color to the rooms where the Mrs. D. P. Carpenter held blj'hKore The Jones' home which lends Itself

REAL IRISH STEW __.._,____________,.__________2Sc o4a pleasant/guests were affair seated.with Enjoying the hostess this Mrs. H.and C.received Ritch'! received a casserole the low and decorated so well for for the entertaining occasion with was 3 Tall Cans _:?-- i 1 O po 5 23C

'{I' I. and honoree were: Mrs. C. C score prize, a double deck of cards. quantities of summer flowers and a BABY CANS Oo ,Lbs. .-----'

,; VEGETABLE PLATE LUNCH _- 25c & 35c Cross of Atlanta Ga., Mrs. S. E. Afterserving"th -/ "a delloloussaladCtforse after .several progressions of -.

"" ., "....HHH ."1,'"r" ..'.1.. ,.., Brownlee" Mrs.' .J. W.,White' *, Mrs. Mrs. Demorest bridge, prize were awarded. 'Miss: SPINACH DelMonte 2 No. 2 25c
cans
W. or -GriffIn, Mr*: W. a. fcalleiMisses presented (Madge' MIddleton' holder'ot ,highIfor .
Mm,.
CHICKEN WITH DUMPLINGS' __,_________25c Amelia Long with a the ladles box -
t --- 0jO and Olive Ray. tray full ,ot kitchen- ]r was presented a
utensils as SPAGHETTI Encore 3 25c
.. ,,. i glft from" the /guests. 1 of stationery and Mrs. T. T. Long .Cans

e e KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH holder of second high was given a GELATIN DESSERT or CHOCOLATE' PUDDING

: ;4I Baptist Circles Notice serving tray. Charles Darby holder SPARKLE Package) 5c
jO Services will be held at the of high score for the men andS.

: OUR PASTRY IS HOMEMADE Klngsley Lake Baptist Church Circle One, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee R. Johns Jr., second high were BEST P'OOD8-BREAD & BUTTER

I' Sunday morning at 10:30: o'clock. leader of the Woman's Missionary each presented with a carton of PICKLES Jar 15c
.Under New Management of Mrs. Jones The Rev. F.,M. Taylor, will! take Union of the First Baptist Church cigarettes. Miss Ritch and Mr.

p O as his subject "Where Is Destina will be entertained by Mrs. J. H. Richard received as a gift from the WINNER ROCK GROUND

! 0 tlon of A Person After Death- Lord and Mrs. A. A. Jordan at the hostess a set of breakfast dishes.

Bt,1, ,, 10E30E==3et30t -0001r CG Saved or Unsaved I'" Lord residence 6n'Madison Street Punch was served throughoutthe GRITS 5 Pounds 15cMARY

-- Monday afternoon at three-thirty ; evening by Miss Jones assisted ,

O'CIOCK. .|*; by her mother, Mrs DeWitt C. ANN-old Fashioned .

I Circle.Two Mrs. L.. O.. Powell Jones and Miss Jeanette Shaw of
OFYOURFAVORITE leader will be entertained by Mrs. Gainesville. At a;,late hour a refreshment MEAL 5 Pounds 12cA.'S'P.Fancy

J. B. Sapp and Mrs.,O. H. Bennett course of frozen fruit ,

Monday afternoon three-thirty salad cresents, sandwiches punch Tub or Prtn&BU'ITER
at the and almonds served. '
home of Mrs. Sapp. was '

h -- Circle Three Mrs. W. B. Alexan- Those enjoying this lovely'partywith Pound 33c
I f. (Ier leader, will,enjoy a spend-the- Miss Jones,'Miss* .Hitch and
'
day party Monday at the homeof Richard'were. :, WHOLE MILKCHEESE '- .

MAGAZINES Mrs. A.'M; Darby president of Misses Madge sand Hazel Mid-

!f.' the Society,, ; dleton. Dorothy CRttch: Mary Ca- Pound 20c

nova, 'Lucille Mitchell, Jeanette .
Next time 'you need stationary; Shaw of Gainesville and Mesdames -- ,,' .

i AND THIS NEWSPAPER.. FULL YEAR vail by and see the variety of sam. H. 'A, Durden, H. C. Ritch, OLEOMARGARINE:

plea at the Telegraph office. Your. T. .T.; LongMorgan Darby J. H. : 15cSUNNYF7ELl1Fanny
"
Pound
; You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer name and address printed on each Hitch. Jr., of Gainesville. and H. NUTLEY .

,Ii sheet at no additional; cost. I. C. Ritch .Jr, of Gainesville, Carlyle ,.
I 4 Leading Magazines and, Your Favorite Newspaper I.- Ritch, of Jacksonville, Eugene SlicedBREAKFASTBACON

I A. Matthews S. R. Johns Jr., Charles

;. ., Darby T.

'".,\; Pick Pick3 RITZ THEATRE street.'-.._.:.'.-- MATCHES /A. & P. 3Pkgs. 12c

-
Miss Canova Entertains For

t{ "I f I 8TAKKKM: FI.ORIDA Miss Ritch. BrideElectMiss MOPE Wel-Mayed Each 45c
r' Magazine legalities]
1..;f "i e PROGRAMBEGINNING Mary Canova entertainedat O. K. SOAP POWDER 5 Pkgs. lOc
FRIDAY bridge at her home on Walnut "
p: 'I I Street Monday afternoon, com TOILET:TISSUE Scott 2 Rolls 15c

'1;!' \ FRmAY; .\YS18T. plimenting Miss Harriet Hitch _
l{ SEltCT ONE "GO INTO popular bride-elect whose marriage 4.-
t' SULTANA BROCIUVR'l'I4moothRlrb
.I a 1 to H. 'will
{ Morgan Richard
1 YOUR) '
I NCE" be an event of June 7. Tender Golden nt.' tBUTjUiR

Ir .aua-.1 n a $ pjCTORIA 0 Dann.. I Ruby Keetat\ -AI JoUon. Summer flowers
H. re..e ,tastefully. arranged -
t' } c.\teI .u...1Yr. w 0110...... A 9dctaI ?....-3Yte.IT i GIfDd&'JI'areU adorned the lower floor of CORN
4 lot u.r. aosMassWuato .
,"j c MoCaD'a Ma............1'Ir. opt an...Cows......": H.I-r., i 8.SATURDAY JUNE 1ST this home where the guests spentan

I s C .-..orryy..tlrl.: ) .....1tt. IlOU O1D ... .......1Yt "Hell Fire Austin"Ken enjoyable' afternoon playing t-Ib. S-Ib. a No. J 25'UT '

'" a Patb ...............l"1r. 8 the resny 'OIUaaJ..1 aATloarssllYaI bridge.. Miss Ruth Sternberg. 19 Jar 35 l2. can __'-.__
Ptelorial Maynard
'I .
Q .. CapP< Sad 010.1.) 00..... .r M"......1'1, Also Cartoon and Serial
POP.- Manassa. second high and Miss '
De......ltto. pA/Nf1A'0rA :: HMadae.lYr. GRANDMOTHER'S-Fresh, Plain or Sliced
\ CPDIa' M..a Saul SUN. MON.. JUNE 2 and S Clara Louise Peek low score were .
.
...."' ............1 Yr. QHom. OreU ..ITr. each j-oa.., UJ-oz. 24-oa. \\1a. Wht. Cr.Vht.
..
.. presented Miss' Canova
gifts.
.
\ a SJ1C11'8 a No....... ..: ...I Tr.C "Stolen Harmony"George BREA D
..
1511_ acree"I... svoR7SMltt 0 1JJuatq... -- ... ...1 ra1'la Raft.-Ben Bernie ,and presented Miss Hitch with a hand- 6c 8e JOc8c Sc
..
' OW_... World.... OMo...... M.oaaala.. ..;1Yt';. hU band Oraca some piece of lingerie and a beautiful -
Kaaa.Ltl. -- -- --
:r Household' Maeaeaa....3Y: IF YOU PREFERYOU 0 Ifeec __ ....".1 'Ft..2 .' Bradley.TUE9.WED floral corsage, SLLTANA-Delictous. Broken Sliced

a j1/.edl.eeah ..........!. MAY CHOOSE aSasslIir:::: .,'."..1Y? : JUNE 11.3; Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mrs. H. '

[C----aI.g.dow'.3 1... AIL 4 MAGAZINES .....; ? anUa1..1Yr.realer Slab.I..,. "George White's C Brown assisted Miss Canova In PINEAPPLE ,No.2/ can 17e |

c. ClrcIo ........:..2"1... 8 -.. W .........1 'Froe 1935 Scandals"George serving an Ice course to the guests.Playing ,
; .......CD FROM GROUP 2 ""' 'F.. bridge with the hostess --
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Alice FayNrd Sparks Misses Hazel Middleton. Ruth

W. Gmmrmmtf* ..*,. O//s>rUSB THIS HA1MDYOHPgn BLANK TODAY! Cliff Lyda,Edwnrds KohertUrArllne(Ukclele Judge"McFadden's Ike). Manassa.Sternberg Lucille Hazel Mitchell Adklns. Clara Mine :CORNFLAKES 8-oz.Pkg. 7c


Our arrangement with tk. puUisk>> ,,' CAft* IAour m.,VisuMs tf..rrW tni r fare list THURS.'RI.l;JUNE 4 A 1 Louise Peek' Miriam Jacobs Elise __
ttilft/ your orrf.tr.. Fill oaf coupon ccreI.lr.t'l Jones of Gainesville and'Me.- FANCY SANTA CLARA-
't own representative enable>> ut to mslcc Flats"Walter
feserau. 1 dame. S.. P. VlndivUre, H.C.. 'oru----;
you this,rem.rkablt offer It It i strictlyf ctoec.... .... esdw.Le'....-..-,..._Moo4_a.No fur uryeaaas Kelly-Betty rumens H. X Brown. L. A. Canova, PRUNES

u.r.nt..d J,and til subtcriptiont will be Andy Clyd-RMhard Cromwell and J. :M. Edwards. ,
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t '...recl promptly. If you are .t pre COMING SOON Tea /guests were: ION A-Rrd Rlp s Full Pack ,
subscriber, S-.....,..D. "M18t11..ppI", "R ggle. of Red Mrs. J. H. Hitch and Mrs. A. M.I _'
tent ,
< to any of tin mina o.p"'U" of Richard. TOMATOES 25e
A a Bengal LaoO 3 Nee, 2 .:
,' rite. ., woor time will be .1It.tcI.d. Tws.aN.e.. .. .. eewt ir Uttle Cirri "Star .___._. ,_. cans,

QUOTATIONS ON MAGAZINES NOT LISTED SENT ON REQUEST' .II' Fairy'Oolug T. Town. make Personally Meal birthday printed gifts.stationery,Brad-1,} THE GREAT ATLANTIC &. PACIFIC- TEA- COMPANYrAGE

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Miss Mary .Canova Is spending Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom COVERAGE creeping through the thin mat

several days at'Jacksonville Beach NAT SEZ: a I have had as guests this week at trees It covers the hen home 6
where she Is attending the Sigma their home on Cherry Street, Mrs. Some newspapers tell of their
walls and broken In thea
Bits of Kappa Sorority. annual house par- Newsom'a two brothers-in-law and "coverage," making much of It. places
ty. Government statistics for th e t multitude of sins by not men-
past two weeks sisters, Mr. and Mrs B. C. Peddy Shucks, we can't brag about The
Indicate a large I of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. plaster. And sometimes it covers
Increase in the Leader's but like one of
coverage
toothpick business Matthews of Jacksonville.Miss ttoning them. -Fort Meade Leader.DON'T .
Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. L. E. the
I reckon every. our exchanges we do cover
jINeCONCERNING Moseley and Misses Louise Sny- body Is eft ting, county sort of like a blanket and
der and Dorothy Sapp, were visitors that good old Louise Snyder left Sunday' also The Leader covers numerous

I OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND to Jacksonville last Thurs- sweet corn. I for Washington, D. C., where she pantry shelve, hither and thither
day. don't care if'' I' will spend several days before going and yon. It covers pans of bread
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN do have. to buy' to Keedyaville, Md.. to visit dough and milk. It covers cracks

Mrs. E. A. McDowell of Lake an extra box of a her cousin Miss Anita Snydor. In the window panes and the
Butler attended the musical pro- tooth picks, I'm r' Miss Snyder expects to visit brooder house floor. It rovers the
gram'of the Gainesville Philhar- going to eat g point In Ptnnaylvanln,before returning bed springs to keep the cold from
corn as long at : horn*. I
L. A. Canova were Mian Pearl Manning of Jackson monic Society here Friday eve-
aDd Mrs. I can get it.
Jacksonvtue. Tuesday. ville, spent the week-end in Starke ning.
Mara to with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. My grandma Ellery M. Davis Is expected to
v C, Manning. Miss Elaine Edwards left Sun- used to advise arrive home today from a trip to
R. M. Prevatt of Lawtey, day for Sarasota where she will me, "Son, _taU Cincinnati, where he attended the
rs.visitor in Starke Saturday. upend a month visiting her uncle the corn you'want but Just General Assembly of the Presbyterian bit..aH.
S II Miss Martha Brownlee of Jacksonville and :aunt, Mr. and Mra. R: O. don't try to drink any." I guess Church. While away Mr.
Imbach spent the week-end herewith Daniel that was pretty good advice and Davis visited Louisville, Ky., and
I"' and Mrs Charles Monday eve- her parents' Mr. and Mrs. J. you can take It for what its on his way home came through
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m Jacksonville M., Brownlee. Personal correspondence should worth. West Virginia and, the Shenandoah -
,. beHppak your Individuality. See our However, my advice to you Is to Valley. -
Mrs A. :\\1'. Sauls Is spending sev- sample Bradford County Tele ruminate on the following Item
Tallahassee, I eral days In Miami visiting Mr. graph. that I am offering this week for 4 FORGETOur
W. AIdeweekend f Mrs. W E. Middleton, Mrs. A.
at his delectation! .J
here your
the Sauls who la located there for
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nt Wood, Mrs E. K. Ferryman. Mrs.
several weeks I Mr. Wm. Dobrow has recently
me. The BeatSHIRT Olin W. White, Mrs J. W. White
accepted a position as salesman
Mra. B. M. Montgomery and Mrs
and address. or monram Mrs W. K.- Wilder and childrenof for the Puritan Knitting Mills. Inc. You
name L. C. Prescott were at Green Cove
Your Fishing ContestIs
printed on fine writing pap Orlando are here visiting her His territory will be the entire We Ever Had Springs Tuesday attending a tone x
eOlIt. Bradford sisters, Mrs. J. W. Edwards and state of Florida. Look''
extra .. .
meeting of the Woman' Mission-
at DO "' '
Mrs. Fay Gill'. $1Wonderful In Full Swing ;,
ty Telegraph. ary Society of the Methodlat
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Scott an I
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L. J. H. Ritch and Miss Har- I Miss Lula Redgrave has returned moving Saturday to Jacksonville I ValueHOUSE Church. Right .

spent Tuesday in.Jack- home atter''spending the past where Mr. Scott has accepted a DRESSES -
|t Bitch three months with relatives In position with the Bond-Howell The circles of the Woman's Missionary -
rille. __ Petersburg, Va. Lumber Company.Mr. $1 Society of the Methodist and you SEE rightin Mr. A. H. Johns"

and Mrs. L. H. Hill of Law- -....- church will meet Monday afternoon a pair of glasses from

r ulr were visitors,, here Tuesday Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mra. E. S and Mra. G. H. McCall and Big Value June 3, at three-thirty S. G. LEWIS. Our thirty- With an 1Mb., I-os. black ban .
lernoon.Mm. Matthews, :Mrs A. Z. Adkins; and three children of Pompano were DRESS PRINTS 'clock.. Circle number one will seven years of experienceas Ahead But Don't Let 1.la
Now
Mrs. H. B. McLendon: spent Tues- week-end guests of Mr. McCnll's meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs experts qualifies us to
25o Value T. J. Griffin. Circle number two That Scare You Off. There AreJu..t
Titus Olson has returned day in Jacksonville. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and fit you PERFECTLY. ,
-In a visit with her parents 'in Mrs. Jesse Newsom.- 15c will meet at the home of Mr. and All models are now avail AII Bill Finn In tile Lake
Representative Charley E. Johns Mrs. E. S. Matthews
fiMttad, 111.IM able. \" Have Ever Been Cnught. i
and George'11.'Jnman of".Tallahassee Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth and Sa'ECI.SALE ONDRESSES _tee? "

Mary Brownlee is enjoying spent the week-end here a1: sons of Jacksonville, spent Fri A'new Italian railway, only fifty
visit with friends In DeLand their respective homes. day and Saturday In Starke visiting four miles long, crosses thirty- S. G. LEWIS BRADFORD'llARDWARE '
Beach. Mrs. Stlth's parents, Mr. and eight bridges and viaducts and
Daytona
Dr. J. W. Brownlee and T:: Frank Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. $1.95 &$2.95Peter's passes through thirty-one tunnels, Optician and Watchmaker

Him Ruth Sternberg" spent the Landrum spent several days of last which measure twenty-three milesIn US a Walnut St. COMPANY r lFF

k-end In Ocala the guest of week camping near Dunnellon on An interesting meeting of the length.
at Estelle Kendrick. the WithlacoocheeRlverf W. C. T. U. is anticipated at the WORK SHOESAre -- -- ,
home of Mrs F.. A. Scott on Friday
Guaranteed Solid
i n. C. W. Llddon and David Misses.. Evelyn and Marjorie evening at 3:30: and all mem-
10, of Jacksonville, were visit- Stump spent several days this bers are reminded to be present. $1.95 AladQ ByOurnntlon NASWORTHY'S
last Friday., week at the Zeta Tau Alpha house "-*
here
friends Gold MedalMILK)
party at Daytona Beach. Mrs. Alma Bain, J. R. Kelly IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S- [ P T O SUGAR h

ilr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent Miss Lillian Kelly, all of Starke,
day In St. Augustine visiting A varied assortment of paper, and Miss Allle Maye Drlggers, of

>.and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Jr.Mr. type styles and colored Inks In Lake Butler, were visitors to the GROCER
personal stationery at $1.25 a legislature in Tallahassee Tuesday 5 Lba.

and Mrs. J. R. Boring and box. See our sample book. Brad- Starke Florida FINE FOODSSPECIAL
Idren of Madison, were visiting ford County Telegraph. S Tall Can
Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. K. G.
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liven here during the week-end. "
PRICES ..
Mrs. J. A. Howe of Lawtey spent Duncan, Mrs. G. W. Alderman Dr. E. L. Biggs went to Jacksonville I 25c ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall Wednesday In Starke visiting Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. S. Wednesday'.afternoon.and. 18c
vi moved out to their cottage her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. P.I Vandlvlere were in Lake Butler was accompanied home by his wife FRIDAY & SAT. MAY 31, JUNE 1

KIngsley Lake for the sum- and Mrs. R. A. ,Newsom.. .. Tuesday evening attending an who has spent the past two weeks
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Eastern Star meeting.Mr. In St. Luke's Hospital where she 5cHEESE
FULL CREAM DAISY CREAMERY Fresh TOMATOES Lb. _
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perryman, underwent an operation for ap
In. Alice Shepard of. Billiard who have' been guests of Mr. and and Mrs. R. J. Crosby of pendicitis. +
Uw guest of her son-in-law and Mrs. L. A. Davis left Wednesday Fernanjjlna, were week-end.guests a I1I4\UTIFUL IU1'EBANANAS

ighter, Mr. and Mrs. C.'A. for their home in"Atlanta, Ga. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach at ,' Mrs. Wilbur. A.'. .Scott entertain C B UTTER ., 4 Lba. 15c.

'1 f J .S4, 1. _T1'tt their homeon; ChurcbStreet.Mr.:
gb ,,. --
tar .IJ" ed her church school class Thursday NICE HARD
A"'Durden of Madiaorf spent and Mrs.. Imbach accompanied by
'. and Mrs. Eldred Duncan of the,, week-end'here with hili''fam their guests visited Silver Springs I KIngsley afternon Lake.with Assisting t'a' picnic Mrs.at Pound 20c Pound 31c LETTUCE

loesvllle, were in Starke Sun- ily who are visiting Mrs. Durden'a Sunday. Scott -entertaining and serving
J visiting Mr. and :Mrs. K O. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. I were Mrs. C. L. Stockwell and Mrs. GOLDEN AGE CHARDiEIt RED JUICYLEMONS
can. a Mrs. W. 'S. Stroman, Mr. and I'E. K. __ .Dozen.. _.10c i
a Mrs. James Godbold, Mr.. Griffin Perryman.
Little Sharon Hall wall patient
lisa Helen Thornton of Jack-I at Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville and Nettle Dowling,"of Jackson- MACARONI CO F FEE
vllle, pent the week-end here last Tuesday and Wednesday ville, were here last Thursday You will like "Chl -check Blue" CABBAGE __ Pound n J3c
li her mother, Mrs Marla I where she underwent a ton. looking after the property of S.S. with your name attractively printed
omton.Kexlames. ill operation. She was accoftipailed Dowling. Mr. Dowling and family on men sheet.. The moat pop- 4c Pound 15c MWF.ET-FRF.MII, IAItGmPINEAPPLES 'fi
Package
to Jacksonville by her father, expect to come here in a week or ular stationery with the younger .2 for __lSc

T T. Long, L...D.'Vln- A. H. Hall, and grandmother Mrs. tea days and occupy their home on 1rU._ See samples at the Bradford a
D. P. Carpenter and R. F. [.. S. Hutto. North Walnut Street. County Telegraph. BEST WilITE ALL noults SWEET ;

morest were in Jacksonville. 10 Lba. 15c
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sdnesday.P.

." I Ir. m IQBIUA MIStfL'SftTSOf I ?.. 1M 1...."?.?b! IaNNE'R6 +Qp'1M.Yt.44lR @ BA'C"ON'. 'C'O"FFEE'POTATOES 15c
G. Bratley was In Mt. APPLES ___ 2 Dozen
y, N. J., the first of last week, .... .
re be had been summoned asitnesa : M r, i s? .h *lyyr.4."nw -01..".. Pound 20c Pound 17rt<< MI\Ii\.L mum t

In a trial pending there. S Mvh w e y : ti UW it '" F ] ? ',; POTATOES 10 Lba. 5c y
made the trip there and return r 4 ; BOILING

[pmenger airplane., .F TEXAS, YELLOW SKIN
N'U"C 0 At ONIONS Pound. .5c
BACO N .

[NT A WORD Pound '15c Pound 20c SWEET CORN Doz. __l5c t


COLUMN BALI..ARD'S TABLE TALK OR AMERICAN BI4\UTY-PI..AIN OR SELF-RISINO
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6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS.

R RENT Furnished 'apart--,

III eat i If, with desired.private bath. Extra : .i $ :: 1.: 25c 45c 87c
Garage free VI Wee:4.1: FLOUR i

Scott, Phone t Starke, Fla! ;:: ( { ,


IR SALE-Real home at 342 .i 7 HAND PACKED NESTLIE'8 .
Cherry Street to be sold at once. y4 TIP TOP MARKET' ,
"*bed rooms Bath, Living and
TOMATOES K Y

"*r Largo room Kitchen comfortable Breakfast''front 4i' : MIL FAT HENS, Pound ,,20c 44

Pa- Two car garage. Lot BOx .1' : 3 for 25c 140 can 114c FnEHU LEAN a aIL11

arch runs: through from Cherry to HAMBURGER, .2 Lbs. ... .35c. h
street. The best value in 4 + CAN WONDE IUCII .

ke. Wilson Realty, Corp'n. C 0 C '0 A WESTERN FANCY Pound.J10UND 5 '35c

A.{ e-u TO BUY A secondhand : .21p Asparagus STEAK, .. ;

1 L. C. Smith lib. lOc FANCY
Typewriter can' tROAST
p' APPly at this office Can 15c Lb.. .20c


I1IIShed R RENT.June apartment 1 to Two Sept bed 1- 6 4 "Alaa ? NC. 41164TOie TUNA FISH MACKEREL r RIB i 'STEW, 2 Pounds '-" 25c {

IMlIg room, FANCY n.\

rite kltcb, or apply n. %Write this dining office.Box room 63f, r PocAfXORDASoNrLULL// HAS AN 15C C an 5c BEEF ROAST, Pound __ ..20c x xARGO

;l '{;Aro.e MEDIUM SIZE IrLOIUDn.oVNIJ
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VOIC ROUND STEAK Lb..25c
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SALMON BROO'MS
It hBVRG\IJf9 .
yon have A P7.ORDANDAN WESTERN

With, us.su property for sale O.P/NCSSS RESCUED JUAN PEARS 20c Each __ 1& LOIN STEAK, Pound .:35cL'AR'D
have ,Oar/Z.A SPANIARD MANY
I a house to rent
is our charge ..1'.II1OOr put' .IIIRJt. I THE, PAMdvs2Esa'5 MATCHES, 2 Pkga. ___ 15c
when stranget'lr' come CAfTA/A/ JOHA/ SM/TH 2Lbs 25c
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I::_" ...to Broker.buy or rent, they can on //V V/&G/MA V"D PEARL GRITS, 8 Lb. 25c



lOwer N 40 RE.'ear":\LTY Iq Florida CORP'N.) nantic Almost everyone of* Pocahontas has heard and of Captain the ro- again vas subjected came to his to other aid and, cruelties helped him Ulelah to M E A L 8 Lb 20c SOUPS, on(' sale today for 5c

G story
at CARDS, any eke to neighboring tribe.: He subsequently COMB 1N Ad1D TASTE THEM
for 110; 11.110 john Smith 'but very few know that a escape a
for 100..Mono- in -joined DeSoto's famous expedi PRUNES 3 Lba. 25c
staUonery similar episode was enacted right here _
11)8 I1Ivelope" $2.7'-100 Bradford sheets I Honda[ nearly a century earlier. Juan tion in which he rendered Invaluable) PEACHES No. 2z can. .15c

TllecraPh. Phone ,. )rtiz follower. of the Spanish explorer service as a guide and interpreter.iarvae '
29\ tG8UPPI.IES The ALLIGATOR FROG which is Grapefruit Jiuce No. 2 can .9c
captured SUGAR
......CJj ,;, was one of two men was PEAS ___ 17c'JEKSEYFKESN
discovered
.-........& t T'pewrtt4d1ng ;nd tortured by a band of Florida Indians found in Northern Florida, first .
macnta. ribbons. Ortiz.w..beingbound to a but a few years ago. Not only : : 'onAPLNirrCORN

I lllaeh1ne tpepYpevrrlter"paper.J J-1528. Aa raging fire, the chief's does it live in close association with the FLAKESPkg 7c FLAKES lOc.
l&1e thier. 1I8CODd I rooden rack over a ULELAH moved by '* 'alligator but its voice is strangely.) similar- : a ) ,.;.Package. ;;0'. '' .

Tel at 'I'ndtOl'd !eautiful daughter, her father that ''to the sauriaa's roar. From this. fact ,it. "
I. graph office PrinsIv.. empathy; no entreated Latu.1b.n"derive.. ita popular name. k"WtfA&

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NIX nCAfFORn MONTY TELEWtATH: !: 8'1''RQ FLORIDA FRIDAY. .1\I.\Y 81, ui,

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MISSION ALL Since September 1
I -- "' ::1<1 1931 tt
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"Th beginning
Hints To HousewivesWeekly In presentingthe' picture of the Florid
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Believer's Two Natures" the.Car season, 48.069 cars left -.
I toonlst very fittingly appropriatedthe at Jacksonville Baldwin

from Home Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWSN title of "Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Springs and Hampton ,'

I FARMERS SECTION Specialists, Tallahassee Hyde." Some deep truths) are being with fruits and vegetable".1Jacksonville's .
taught these Bible study

I' of Florida In Short Paragraphs nights at the Mission by the pIctures '
Conducted by Demonstration Agents SOME SHEET POINTERS shown and attendance on Leading gytG ]

same Is steadily Increasing. It isInteresting )
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In purchasing ready made sheets &/ l' folks
to hear the little ,
the dimensions given are the dimensions 4WD
especially, express them selves aM1i \
--- before they are hemmed, ..-
-on the Impressions) made
AFRICAN SQUASH DOES The hem makes the sheet three or LOSES SUIT LEGION MEET I publicly
the at different times
by pictures
RURAL WELL IN EXPERIMENT four inches shorter than the dimensions ORLANDO-Frederick R. Georgia DAYTONA BEACH- Virtually' Others might find It profitableto trot,
STATION GARDEN PLOT stated. Some people do one of several professor dismissed 111 American Legion
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all of the la
cultivate the spiritual side of ; 'leaa
j: COMMON SENSE not keep In mind the difference from Rollins College Winter posts In Florida have ordered accommodations ,
these two natures) by attendingand
GAINESVILLE .; From far between "torn" and "cut" sheets. Park In 1933, today was loser for delegates to the .
o By SPUDS JOHNSON "Cut" sheets are those where the A 6 to by both eyes and ears getting tsrreI {
away Africa has come a squash In a milt for 910,000 damages. State convention here June
the benefit of this artist's

that Is adaptable to Florida rolland manufacturer, piles up layers ofsheeting : circuit court recently returned a 8, Chester Danner chairman of the great,
9 work, Mr. El. J. Pace.
CAKE IN HARVESTING climate is tolerant to stem- and probably cuts fifty verdict In favor of the college. convention corporation and com-

AND SHIPPING MELONS borer, and has great powers of resistance sheets at a time with a sharp knife >**-.-' i ... -- mander of the Daytona Beach Because of the near departure of

I WILL PREVENT: LOSSES to rot and deterioration In driven by power. Naturally of EXPENSIVE! BURNS post, said this week. Danner said two or three of the regular attendants THE SEMINOL
h -- storage the ends are not straight and unless TAMPA Fo scalp burns which I preparations were being completed and workers In the Mission

to- "U costs just as much to delivera Seed of the squash came to O. E. they are straight the sheet she la alleged to have suffered for one of the largest gatherIngs some on vacation others JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

damaged melon as it does to deliver Ritchey associate agronomist at never looks well on the bed. "Torn" I while receiving a permanent wava of the Legion in recent years. moving away the song and prayer _CIIAS. P. ORINER Manap

a sound one," says D. BJ.Tlmmons the Florida Experiment Station, in sheets) are torn from the bolt and Mm. Pearl Rawllngs baa been service were especially directed, A human home-like inrtltutlnl

Extenalon Service mar a roundabout way. A missionary the ends are straight. Plain machine award a 1160 verdict against CLUB GOES UNDER and the Christian fellowship of the where you will find .
hating specialist, In advising Florida returning to Nortn Carolina from stitched hems wear best. Richard Kappahahn and Ida C. Mission will doubtless remain un- dividual comfort and your,..k
a melon growers to use care in Africa brought some of the seed A' sheet that t is too small to be Kapphahan, operators of the Tampa PALM BEACH-The EvergladesClub broken. tertalnment a matterof

w? the handling and packing of their with him, gave some to a friend. I tucked In well under the mattress School of Beauty_ Culture swanky ,haunt of Palm On next Tuesday evening another great ImportA -
J melons and thus avoid losses while This friend gave some to his la a poor Investment as It does not .. Beach's fashionable winter colony, striking lesson in pictureswill ahce.

they are In transit brother, C. C. Chappell. of Gainesville hold firmly and smoothly In place.So CANT, 'BCV POTATOES" was to be sold to the highest, bid. be given. Free to all.

1' Railroads) and officials of the and the latter gave some to Is a sheet that is too snort to I JACKSONXIW.E ':The Florida der last week by a Federal steel In the fireproof heart building I toe
of
t Mr. fold down over the blanket thor court receiver. Foreclosure of a the city
American Railway Association: report Ritchey. I Emergency. Rene* Administration NOTICE OF TEACHERS
that shippers of watermelonsIn Mr. Ritchey has been planting oughly. It Is advisable to- consider -I bas informed: Haltlngs growers it mortgage deed'et trust forced sale EXAMINATION Every Room with Comblnitl

In this country lose about a the seed for a couple of years in the 108-Inch length as) the min. would, be unabri'to purchase 80- of the exclusive rendezvous 'designed I Tub and Shower Bath Radio.B
lion dollars a year from mll-j the plant Introduction garden at Imum length. This allows generously 000 to 60,000 bushels of along Moorish lines by the Persons desiring to take exam- trio Ceiling Fan Slat Door
transit. "As Florida ships the Experiment Station and has for folding' back over the I Irish potatoes' as planned surplus In a late Addison Mizner and scene'of ination for teachers certificates Summer Ventilation, Comfoi

one-sixth of the melons each year found their growth and yield very blanket as well as for' tucking in letter to C. W. Lee sales managerof an annual costume ball said to rival will please report at the CourtHouse Beds with Mattresses of

it seems safe to assume that Florida I satisfactory. under the mattress. The width, I the Hastings Potato Growers the Beaux Arts ball of New In Starke, Fla. Thursday, Spring Construction and Indlvl

producers lose a total of near- Moat squash will rot or deteriorate too, Is a consideration. For single Association Jerome A. Conner York., June 6, Friday June 7, and Saturday Reading Lamps.

ly $200,000," Mr. Timmons avers within a short time after they or twin beds 72 Inches Is a generous said lack of funds prevented the June. 8, at ,eight o'clock RATES
t A large portion of these losses are picked but the Experiment width and 90 Inches for a dou- purchase. ANGLER CATCHES OWL forenoon. 78 Booms. with Private tutk

may be eliminated by careful handling Station agronomist has one of the ble bed. It ia important for pillow INVERNESS What may' be All applicants are expected to ;2.00 Slnglo

+ of melons from the time they African variety that was picked comfort to have cases of sufficient DON'T LIKE JAIL classed as the season's tallest fish furnish pen ink and legal'' cap 80 Rooms. with Private Batk

are picked until the railroad car more than ten months ago and it Is KISSIMMEEJ Sheriffs men story-and a true one too-was paper and be prepared to pay the $ZJH>-Single

is sealed. "The railroad officials edible and shows no signs of rotting scoured the countryside- today for told by E. U. Jones last week on regular fee. 40 Room with Private Bwk I

are constantly emphasizing to or drying out. He has not three who sawed their his return from taking the scout A. J. Grlffls Supt. $3.00-Single
their employees the of kept It In cold storage. CHILD fugitives 5-24-21 '
:r; importance QOOR way out of the county jail here troop on a four-day camp on the 24 Rome with Private Bath
handling cars carefully while they The squash has no name and Is Wlthlacoochee river., Jones, fishing $3.50-Single
note which read "Hotelno
) are In transit and It .fa only fair know only as "No. FC19793." It Am) rat SCHOOL leaving good.a Going to new boarding: with a rod and reel and surface ,Grubs of the Japanese beetle 10 Sample Rooms with Private I

j, that those who pick and pack the Is tolerant to stem-borers, Department "* St Dr.Mils! a BUBLAMD house." They Were listed, as: Jer- bait, late In the afternoon brought I an insect pest are located by Bath ...___-___..__ $.OO-SID
melons
l? should use every precaution of Agriculture officialsIn Doo..... ?b v.,4. a H. L""ete.1 ry Johns under grand Jury indictment In-no. not a whopper fish a I their enemies, a variety of wasp, SLIGHT INCREASE
to avoid and otherwise Washington have Informed Mr ,._ FOR
4 bruising ""See 0. of r.NN on charges of stealing $1,000 large live owl! The scoutmastersaid 1 by the wasp's sense of smell. DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
making melons unfit for human Ritchey.It "
that the bird darted down at
from'an "a
veteran
aged year ago;
consumption- the specialist resembles a pumpkin In color Eating Habits Clarence Hula and Leroy Calsoi. the bait and became entangled in
and Is about the size of the Hub- II
says.He the hooks.
bits of also trials.VIOLATE
Consider these common awaiting
points out that the loss fora FUNERAL DIRECTORS
?a bard squash. Its meat is not stringy J4- A :

melon that reaches market In an like the pumpkin and It has a sense.First of all what do the ;BASS y lAW' HUGE,ESTATEJACKSONVILLE uur Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Ruder
unsalable condition Is much great you
flavor similar to
a sweet potato. child Imitates. Eating habits are TALLAHASSEE 't -The estate of EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
er than that for one which remain It be baked but Since b II
or
may stewed
in the field, because the expense of I the seed must be removed. In baking contagious. If you Black Bass Law became effective, Alfred I duPont. Florida and Dela- I MODERATE PRICES

picking, packing, loading, hauling. I It, the squash is cooked like say one thing but do May 2, three alleged violators have ware Industrialist who died here DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
sweet potatoes. If It'is stewed 'something else, the been arrested' Conservation Commissioner April 29, was ,valued at $32,736- STARKE, FLORIDA,
value of what you 933 In a petition filed when the
George Davis said last
It must be first. .
IF YOUR The Experiment peeled Station expects say is lost. The child week. One man was arrested in will was probated. Most of the
will do as you do. Apalachicola for buying black estate was left to a charity foundation r
to produce a quantity of seed in Its
this Don't expect anything i b..... He pleaded guilty in a local for crippled children and 'WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER
experimental plot some
1 year '
BREATH HAS of which may be distributed over else. You art court and was fined f 10. Another aged men and women in Delaware.It .
the model. If ;yon the Nemours VISIT
the state. asa involved a local man, arrested will be known as
don't eat carrots, don't wonder in Gadsden' County for selling Foundation and., to it was willed

A SMELL YOU 1935 revenue-1 from Florida auto when your child doubts your assurance balls caught in Lake Talquln; near $1,000,000 the'duPont estate at BENNETT'S 'LUMBER ,COMPANY
T'4' that "carrots are good for bere. The third 'base is in the handsof Wilmington Del., and Income from
tags to 1
up April was $404, 10.87 Children aren't that gullible.
you. the bulk of the fortune.
Federal Agents It Is said to Involve '
CAN'T FEEL WELL last more than total that of the same period Avoid forcing. I mean that vigorous a shipment of black bass One Block South of Depot
4 year; registration being shall
stern ins\atencrou\
;
which was confiscated in St. Louisafter MAN BITES GATOR
312,848 29
agalnts ,609 last "
year. eat it or I'll know the reason why.,
w1.. ws set .sash es teed deers' Total collections to Aprlltl were being shipped from,Okeechoh WINTER.HAYENRoy Dyson ,ALL GRADES PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER
Mir ........ Our f z4. assn Stele Rebellion, resentment, tmhapphteMare ./ "*U *'"r .
*. ,r tumlnfjat W tmr oath ud sail MkM $4.000.114.99.. 366130402. the only results. Your chance ,. says be will not take his wife alli AND:BUILDING MATERIAL;
,f kraMk. W* M| W palm .fltk tae .
I. lost. Do not discuss food valuesat ga.tor"huntlnga&aln. Dyson was
size to fit' easily and not snugly
Ldp uever sawedfur .this. his neck In Lake Lula QUALITY AND SERVICE OCR MOTTO
s... end shipping are attached to the length nor In technical terms over the pillow... up to tryIng
'1 W Whet.'. .. .... fM4dM_ _taw bavl. melon which is shipped. such as calories vitamins. miner- If you will take your tape measure to snare ,some little,fellows
.
H. vlMM we ee see our hit
r Careful als and the like. You may understand and sheets when Mrs' Dyson, in a boat, said _
iU> utt nM> M. Whet to the idle Jidol handling, providing the measure your you
'v ; ta UM vital +.a..joIr !is children don't 8Om -thlnl'. Dyson opened his
wu them but ,
,,y, body. UaU S*!_ ., It ar OawlMt (!.. proper bedding for the car floor will find that they are four or five of'the
',.J Sur u_ tats ear Dewue ...." dsy w compact packing to prevent shift- and more, they don't want to. inches'shorter than the label in- mouth to answer and one,
'jyl Iseee..sY .... hued sad. _,.t.d sad. bad to make chilIren little fellows darted up and bit
It Is decidedly '
of the
melons in the
Ing Icates. This is because
the
car, and print.
t. e/ teal .... is .w a, .... .. For
N "
bnwrla. This .... rnd. poises .aI ael election of good .melons. will do "food conscious. You can ed length is the torn slxe-the hIs tongue. Dyson's jaws closed Expert' RepairingSmith's
see IiIIIIr -. lia ....... much toward cutting down the do so much more by casual, quiet else into which the continuous roll automatically on the gator's beak. ,
I w... eve ,......... .-... W 1.u. in conversational He brought back to town a swol-
tart we do&t) sad we fed Uk. a .MMM] osaos sustained by shippers from suggestion a of! sheeting Is: torn Before hem-
? bi ss1. ....', sass wuthwh or tak C damaged and unmarketable mel- manner saying, "this milk makes :ning. Hamming accounts for the len tongue the tooth-marked 'ga
tbra.. Out M the roes Tato. Cwttr'l trength" 'or, "this cheese builds tor and-Mrs. Dyson to prove the '
i. Llttto Uvw mil whtafc ttmtlrUltac epee tile ns. oat length. Therefore ,an ample Garage
yt; Sewed- t i. bile "odes. But If "eo-.thl.. Growers who would, avoid these muscle" or,,"this fruit keeps you torn length (108 inches) .Is preferable Jtory. ...,
Bred dust 14 fur "
well -
h m.rMM. be a a.lseI 14s: ,,1 4 whetS losses 'during sites current melon so that on the beds the sheets -
le..S hula ..1w rod ssa d. lh; fists eaoli' will do, well to pay"morattention S"er will be This BOILING SAND
tadtJr. amply long.
means
poo4 er
S .. esel.. A. to Cate,'. Uttfc JIlt- "" "" I
Lies PUto by .... tee to handling and( packingof Inland will discuss UUttt seat that after laundering your hems MOUNT DORA-"Boiling sand"Is Phone 120

ei a'eN Oc..o- their melons, Mr, Tlmmons says. "'..". will always be"even, and straight.Matlrr what trouble shooters found

when they traced a lighting bolt Wrecker Service Dayor Nights

',t' S. ..mr' down a utility company's' high
',: voltage line near bere. The bolt

.. shattered several poles jerked up
Wel.h a ground wire and tossed It across!
rain: ,,. _. the power line sending 33,000
; '
De Lux
:v2kQMt a.v -
; .t.
JMun ., ... all facto' volts Into, sand. The currents
,," "-. W' played in all directions meltingthe
: "
;;;; sand into Irregular tube.,

: t ,. ,. glazed inside, running to four feet

I t t a.v.ed.. .&AVrif.. >Jd42ldCY O A7iaa i:YxN.ei. ..Iud.e in length and resembling roots of
( tree. At the end of these tubes
: a ,
;. t. for yourself, molten sand was still bubbling

f when the repair crew arrived..
e I
: Kf ', /\ ,STEERS BRING ,TOP'

y KISSIMMEE--While here last

week-end State Representative C ,i
W, Brims said that he ,had 'Just f It I Ie

learned of a carload ,of steers t II

bringing $108 a piece at st:, Louis. I

.'r ?"sV? ,a Z s's.O.Sr last week. It was understood that I

a .j( : the steers were of,the three-year- c
old,class which had been stall-fed t to

-1 before loading, and:according to Q '

;i THE new Master De Luxe Bruns, showed the harvest ahead'

.' for Florida ranchmen who have
't brings a *
IT'S THE you' perbet been developing better breeds the

combination of the) most de-, past few years as well as "dress

> aired motor car advantage of the ing out" the cattle by grain protein

MOST I FINELY BALANCED j 1 I day Yet it"sells'at much lower r urm 1 the north feeds and before western placing markets.them.on Cut original cost and 'upkeep" ;


.price* and gives mach greater by building arterial streetsCONCRETE

LOW-PRICED I CAREVER 'operating. economy than any other SmUtne
leSayi
motor car you would ,think of

with Itl! See ll'' 7 :'of
comparing care .

BUILT .drive it-at your rtest.. convenience. 1 You save money driving.oa coaII.. sod-improves the eppea"0"of .,

t! I 4 J First, because ,concrete of the neighborhood.

I II"t CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY streets require little upkeep and If the streets are exte..io.i of'[

DETROIT. MICHIGAN P /\ .: last the longest. Second because Federal i Aid highway, Feder'

:', c..,..c e.el.'.tw dda.ud W you save in...:oil.tires and car m., be available for Jht"pelts.
'Ii G. N.A.Co srA........M : Yae.tr NU 1 money
I/11/\ DCALCN ADV."T'MIENT' I sruiun 1 1t I ia) ; new payemeat.
tkr'
< 'Coov.t.Is: true and .,.o-ie;itdraios latin OR'concrete for
CHOOSI- CHIVROLIT FO* QUALITY AT LOW ,COST e s quickly increases visjbilcomfort, and moDer-sa.">II'


P tu Mi ett.xt**t.tuluPORTLAND .!.-

t, ij = 85cto l CIMENTHurt -ASSOCIAr- ,,
CHEVROLET l
Master{ De Luxe Jill. tn loaf Or rf I BUg..AUaotm.G -

+ I Pleas.mail'"P.vemmts for Modern I
(",r the cone. etc .

'I I Mann.!._............................
Torode dol'or y e'. I .....
n ,ChevroletCo. Sfr.ot..r..e..i.......
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to labr
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DIRWPORTT : ----- --- -- ---- --- -- ---
> LURCH
ever, so far .. the people are con and the aid ho had ren, 'j
CHURCH BEHIND L cerned.. All that to is
p4pThyT: required vigilance Then the boll weevil killed

I" 'h',' ". bch olj'10ro'clock: m.. the I The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures breeding at aH places times, as and are destructionof found In 1----- crop of the son in Ar r?

tidal shallow pools, ditches open dishes and he faced financial
Suptelning f
: Thomas' The .1......." N
old oid automobile
worshiP, 11 a. m. eons, Urea, ruin.
Ii I U. 0:45: : p. m. else New.C..I. rain barrels: keeping fresh waterin However, the other four sons
i P. E bird baths, watering through
,
'suing Worsh p 8 p. m. i'' I. II were still doing well 'and still 'I
MeeUng Wedne- OSCAR and to do away with receptacles
S Teachers By JOHNSON S where water Is allowed to stand sending remittances So the father
.
l ;i .d KBNT WATSON I
t |jwMeek: Saver service, Wed- I I ... for several days. This applies to dipped into his working capital ':

private premises of course; the and sent enough money to the son ',,
y 8p. xn._ When the Legislature adjourns city authorities will take care of In Arkansas to carry him through '
MethoaiRi ChurchMontgomery Frldeytl will havegone-down'' pn such places In the streets:and elsewhere
B. M. Pastor.! the ,legislative records as one of 11\ 1 y I that do not come under the until he could raise. another crop.

ev Sci'ool-IO a. an.lomlng the moat constructive In decades, + h r "private" classification. Had all the family settled In Arkansas ,

,undBY Worshlp-ll a, m. despite any or all of Its failures '- ,, 4 Unless all such breeding places and produced but one crop '(

pworth LeBgue-1:11S: P. m. and despite criticism heaped uponIt d 1 I I Il)1 along with every other kind, are dlaaater would have struck the entire ,

venlng Worshlp-8:00: p. m, by an uninformed public and .. completely obliterated, however, family.-Industrial News Review '' I:' ,
au are invited to all these serv- and press. No legislature ever there Is a "real danger! that there ; ,

confronted so many major problems t k will be a new epidemic of dengue .. .. _. .. 'I''
Presbyterhun Church : of diversified ramifications as A T fever" this Summer. Dr Henry AS OTHERS SEE US .
this one upon its convening last Hanson,' State health, officer, H Lowry, Minister : The story Is told! of a harra sod
., iTioTmSabbath 'School.' I April 1. There can be no fair yt I s v 'l. i iF cia res. Dr. T. H. D. Grlffltts of and over-worked farm woman that ,
charge that it has not been at once the United States' Public Health
she of
-MornlngVorshlp one
A I I ; ( : day caught a gllmpoe
" 1:00: A. : liberal and conservative. Faced ?1 Service, in a special warning on her face mirrored In the muddy
" !lion i by the-Junior pastor.Christian En- with the necessity of finding new \ r r the subject, reminds the public duck pond and stood staring at the
tkt| ,30 p. m I sources of revenue to meet Increasing I t l that "uedes aegyptl (formerly and reflection unable to believe that

bF vSO. .Evening Worship. costs ot Government, matching even now commonly known as ste- the face she saw even resembledher
p. m -I partially, -Indirectly, FERA gomyla) Is a domestic mosquitothat own, so changed It was from

Cl.rlHllun- Church I grants, adequately providing for 1 r, 6 : :: ( causes dengue). It breedsIn the reflection this same duck pond
Final McGulre. Pastor I public free schools, pensions and and about human habitation gave her when she came to live on '
i Rev. W. T free* text books for all children of selecting any water ,contained In this farm, a youthful, happy bride.
10 a.
, Bible! School, m. all grades, the solons exercised barrels, buckets, bottles tin cans, '
la the water
"Maybe It because
11 m.
a.
ommunlon greatest care to do nothing that tubs, pottery, discarded automobiletires "
In the Is she told
Endeavor 7 p. m. pond muddy,
ibriBtlan would tend to cripple business. house gutters, cuspidor
Wednesday 7:30 herself, and leaned over the rim of
e Prayer meeting (even in use), flower vast, waterIn
Much to the
of bas
surprise many of : the pool to get a better look. Just
n dishes in which table legs are
Second Sunday 11 a. its critics, the legislature finished she did this a small duckling
Preaching .rt to stop ants; In anything In or
Its work for
all
1 practical pur paddled out across the water and
ead8p.m' out of the house which holds
water
-- poses. Legislation left on the calendar 5k'c; set a ripple moving The ripple
for more than a week. The larvaeof
Id BAPTIST CHURCH is of little or no consequence spread over the spot where the i,
ISEWOOD Hemingway, Pastor To be able to adjourn with d this mosquito may be found In a woman's face was reflected and as
Bev.L. O. wide variety of water
Sunday. Bible such a record in face of Its conservative receptaclesfrom crinkled It Into a collection of i.mllee
Services every Morning Wor- attitude toward new sourcesof Christ B.for. Calaphai.-After the soldiers had taken Jesus, according to John, they led Him before cuspidors and closet bowls to Sunshine from over the l
1 udy 10-15: a. Evening m Worship, revenue,, and in the light of the Annas, at Jerusalem. "Then the band and the captain and officers of the Jews took Jesus, and bound Him. holy water. One doing control of woman's shoulder added a bit of
ip, 11 a. m. acuteness of the legislative situation And led Him away to Annas first; for he was father-in-law to Calaphas, which was the high priest that same this insect should overlook noth- beauty and she suddenly smiledof
19 p. m. created by income shortages year. Now Calaphas was he, which gave counsel to the Jews, that It was expedient that one man should ing that holds water, from the her own accord ,.

1It BETHELPTIST CHURCH assured by the operation of the I die for the people. The high priest then asked Jesus of His disciples, and of His doctrln. Jesus answered foulest to the cleanest."-Times- "Why, I'm as pretty as t usedto

| ReV. L. A. Donnley, Pastor homestead exemption amendmen, : him, I spake openly to the world)II ever taught In the synagogue, and In the temple, whither the Jews always Union.: be she noted with relief.
first Sunday. is saying much.Accomplishment. resort; and In secret have I said nothing. Why at.Leat thou Met ask them which heard Me. what I ---...-
Services every "Even with that water
said.' Now Annai had sent him bound unto Caiaphas the high priett. And Simon Peter stood and warmed DIVERSIFICATION muddy as a
1e Sunday School 2:30 p. m.Services Inc 1 u ded a himself. They said therefore unto him art not thou also one of his disciples He denied it, and said I am A farmer's five sons prepared to reflector" my face looks quite e
Bible Study and Prayer I practical and sane new liquor code I whose Peter off lalth did I leave the old homestead and nice.
not. One of the servants of the high priest, being his kinsman ear cut not see operate -
a I ery Saturday night. ':wiping out all old liquor statuteson thee in the garden with Him Peter then denied 'train; and Immediately the cock crew.".-John 18) 12-27 farms 'on" their own." The Her mind dwelling on this she''

t the books, adequate pensionsand This illustration Is from Merian't story of the Bible In pictures engraved in Ul2 -1830. father arranged for the purchaseof walked back to her work in the '
revenue for schools, return of supplies and equipment for all garden, her face still wearing a

I foreclosure procedure to the 1929 ing their views uponthls, perplex five, as, by buying a large quantity smile A sullen little boy weeding ,
'
OB JONES laws to make more difficult the ing subject. : at one time, he was able to geta an onion bed there, looked up to .

operation of tax certificate sharks TheLetter "We are making_ the first real From Other Pens II lower price.. He then furnished scowl and smiled instead.

Comments On Here creation ;i>f machinery whereby cities effort" says the.Secretary of the them with some working capital! There .1s more to the story-the

And Hereafter and towns may declare "debtmoratoriuDUl" BoxKeystone United States Treasury, ,"to crush and sent them on their way, woman saw the wonder work thata
,, and also to set up smile can do she saw that she x
lawlessness in the liquor traffic. ERADICATE MOSQUITOESEvery The father, having spent a lifetime :
and separate,for budgets for debt service I'm giving half of all my time to resident of Florida Is vitally In agricultural pursuits, could bring' peace where there had -'
What' do you think, :of Mr.: current:operating costs, Heights, Fla. this job of trying to suppress liquor concerned in the anti-mos. knew the farmer's problems and been turmoil, and a new team-work
legislation better
lank?" I asked a friend recent- enabling the May 24, 1935. lawlessness. We are making qulto campaign conducted by the methods. So, each week or so, he among the members of her family ;
"I do not wish to say because state to get a fair portion of Public To the'Editor progress, but If we: are to continueto State Board of Health as a meas- wrote each son, giving him essential that eased the burden. of all. if
Works In :
r- le Bible says 'Judge not.that ye money spite of constitutional progress, we'' will have to call ure to prevent recurrence of dengue advice and gave him the advantage The reader will deduce whatever y
prohibition a I nat No doubt there those who
i not judged. was the friend's a g are the churches In to back up this fever this Summer.; Everyone of first-hand assistance, moral the story has for him but
tplly. This friend misunderstood pledging the state's credit, congressional are wondering about the discontinuance program. There will have to be a should co-operate to the fullest extent One sou settled In California, one the recommended use of,the storyIs

it Scripture. Jesus said that we and judicial redlstrlct- of my letters regarding public conscience behind it and it In order that the campaign In Oklahoma one In Illinois, one for all harrassed, 'over-worked l>

uy know a'tree by the, fruit itan ing.It the Townsend Plan of Old Age Revolving Is time for the pulpits of the land may be a success. Through cooperation In West Virginia, and the fifth in persons, men and women, to get td
In other words, He told us to tailed to disturb In. any way pensions, and thinking to sound a call to that conscience." the breeding places can Arkansas.For glimpses of their face In the y
dge the tree by the type of fruit the present distribution of the that my silence has been due to the Bishop Candler says, "In the i be eliminated and epidemics prevented a time all son prosperedand midst of their tumultous hours.a
brings forth. When Jesus said three cents of the gas tax going to death of the movement. South prohibition by state law will were able to send back regular Most of them would set out on,a

JUdge not that ye be not Judged," retirement of road and bridge dis- Many people whom I have recently be retained and' enforced If the There is nothing particularly remittances to their father, In pay- course of self-reform right then.i .- '.
e meant that we are riot to usurp trict bonds, due to the Influenceand talked to have been surprised members of the 'churches resolve onerous about the campaign how-I ment for the supplies he had i,I I Melbourne Times.

place of God in passing ..n- opposition of the small county to learn that the movement, far that such be.the case. They have ,
net upon the individual. ,A* longwe group. Twenty-six members of from being dead, la going strong In numbers ana ,influence power IJ
are intelligent beings we arsmnd the senate had pledged themselves and is gaining strength every day. enough to retain bur prohibitorylaws ... c .,
to know that if a man steals to'stud'soUdly against any such Their surprise' is due to the' tact and they should recognize With' Byrd At The, South Pole I
diversion, .attempted in various that they have been depending' for "
a li a thief and if he kills he is a this, weighty responslbilty.
urderer. The Bible Is a most ways and for various purposes \ their information on the Nation' Let us not forget that the great '
. ajonable book when we under majority of the house membershipstood subsidised press; whose purpose It leaders of the Church!: both at ... ( '.rl.. of Three Articles) t a e AA }

audit like a stone wall against any Is to smother the movement if possible home and in foreign fields, have 't'
e such assaults on the distribution.Too by with-holding the real sit. unafraid
been men of valor, men !
"Do you believe in many counties find themselves uatlon from Its readers. '
capitalpununent when their'consciences told them '
?" somebody aska.i Certoly having a surplus over bond The news papers have led its to act for God and the right. The
I do Government was esbllshed carrying charges through this income readers to believe that Congress church-must accept the Invitation

by God. The right to and thereby able to divert has voted adversely to ,the Me to advance the cause of Temperance.
,aka life was given by God. When substantial amounts to the cost of Groarty (Townsend) bill and def She must offer remedies for

In individual kills a man he is a government. In some counties the Initely rejected it. The fact of the the Ills and wrongs men are suffering -
urderer.. When a man is tried real estate Is uncommonly low because matter is that the original Me because the demon alcohol

11 the courts and Is convicted and of this. Groarty bill, after its presentatlon has been set free to devastate our
lent to the electric chair or gal. As the legislature adjourns; It Is to the House, was given to the fair land.

OWl by orderly governmental pro. quite apparent that the pre-sesslon Ways and Means Committee and Mrs. George Simmons )In her article .

:oases he Is sent there by the au- concensus that the sixty-day period has been held in committee in In a current magazine writes, a Ad.elnl ayN ,C, A. Ab.l., d ,rte
thority of God. God gives life and would make no new gubernatorial spite of all efforts to force it out "If ever our' republican form of nearn pearsO.leerufe Jr. dal atw 'a .
God takes life Human' government 'material, might on the on the floor for discussion and con government loses Its usefulness I It a""nss"" By C. A. ABEte, JB.Ensign. .

was established by Almighty contrary sadly cripple some candidates sideration, and has never been presented will be because we, the people of ,. U. B. Naval ReierveAssistant Oehte ..r
:odolf a man commits murder and 'I have been weU bourne out. to the Senate at all. When our country have"suffered the Fuel Engineer, Byrd "'Antarotlo Expedition II J11e'e'

executed legally, then this gov- No candidates will emerge from the President's Social Security bill disintegration of ,character that J
""foment Is functioning in line with the assembly's session except those was presented a revised McGroar- rots the souls or men and women 'No 3

*e will of God. Human life. is already mentioned as possibilities. ty bill was offered as an amendment who forget their., blessings and My Thoughts on a Great Adventure 4
rely too cheap in America., While friends of President Hodges to this bW, but was not con their obligations ''aDd so, themselves .
a a. sidered. This revised McGroarty TILE fellow man under a mlcroscop'-= get Most of the
will publicly deny this, it Is nevertheless become useless. BOARD DYRD FLAQ away. men were
:
lid Crime Is no remedy for :crime the,fact that the general bill does not differ' in Its salient To you, ministers of America, 011'SHIP. JACOB nUPPERT (vii and! study myself and my reaction. found to have annoying, petty and
lawlessness Is not a corrective census of trained observers that points from the original bill, thatis hear under conditions different from any unadmlrable altitudes at times. kit
we appeal I Let us again your Radlo--And now we are alaiboa.
or Mackay II
lawlessness Th.... his In amount200.., nor the age I had ever known or dreamed
Is to
rone nothinglid the session has failed help voices raised in clarion tones In Uncle Saru's Canal Zone would know. was wonderful to. have radIo
than mob rule. It is the candidacy for, governorship' In limit. It proposes some changes In evils of the traf with
of against the liquor -practically home. The Byrd Ex I look In my. diary: and read over contact the outside world to ,
-animal Impulse. The the'1936 elections. Although more taxation and administration only, not that bear
from
ands flc. Bid us forget trillion" will soon be behind me.Ind the entries made.early last year friends and relatives, to
1, and do not always function Just. I than forty possibilities are men which were thought would over "Across our bitter years of woe what I've been through-men' Now 'th y. seem Inadequate and read the dally radio ,press Items, ,
/hea/ some people come clear tioned, the number of actual candidates come some of the objections o. and strife, ally, spiritually ,phy lcallylAirtidy grossly unfair. Strange to I Our Immediate interests w.re down h
tut It they)Is should be convicted, '' will dwindle ,to six 'or less. I Congressmen to the original bill.! Resounds again the blessed angel' that 14 months 'of, Icy wasn't lonesome. My days were say full there on the Ice but we know we
better to have"thls condbeq Certain to be candidates are President Get the official Townsend Week song; i. 'solution In the world's coldest. of heart.breaking work and astonishing would eventually come back to the r
rte law than It Ie for'meQ to'talu, of the Senate W, C. Hodges, ly and keep posted as to the real HE yet abides wfto.Jrlve. abundant nest dangerous and most disagreeable hasards and eiperlences: but whirl( of civilisation and that other
IUon, Into their own handL.Thls Vernon Hawthorne, ousted Miami facts about this wonderful move life! health retort seems a part 01 nevertheless profitable. In the evenings things would become our primary ,+,
vi need l needs a new respect, for Jaw; .state attorney Pat Whitaker, for ment. You cannot hope to keen HE!: yet assuages pangs of guilt he far distant past. It has done mea I read. good books wrote up Interests. Things got so monotons
IIICh "Us to begin In our home and mer President of the Senate who posted by reading the press of the I and wrongr' world of good In every way my diary or went ,, to the movies. ous at times that It was a pleasureto
IUdren reupect.for, law to'our to expected to "long 'em". Many country who will not publish any I Very truly. !broadened my mind, made me more That aouulng thing, the Ross Ice visit the eow barn down tinder
IouId and the same Instructions others think themselves certain. but their own untruthful and misleading 1 Publicity*Chairman, olerant made 'me face danger Barrier, ,Interested ms took possession the snow.-.At least the odors there "

IIoo1a: be carried..thrm ghour" These Include Peter Tomasello, 1933 articles. .They have repeatedly I. W. C. T,:a. > t and cqll..t: ,. A mob peakrrf ormoaf senator Fred Cone refused to' print any SourceUnlon4 gnal;",Pictorial nuscle oo my body and given me of (ts'toystery'what It Is, (where ef this ,or aay.other,.conventional
ably IJIchlng a man In a forat. Ia eel''. of' Lake-.City. Attorney,, ,General statements by friends of the Town- Review; Atlanta Journal.' % marvelous appreciation of hot : It ''came from.. My clearest moor polar expedition: TUose'barnyardsmells r
living up to the modern'pelf=; Cary Loadto.. etc., but opinion in send Plan. .' .eater, soap,and a good scrubbing) .cries are those of the hours I spent fairly reeked of rural civil
IPIt8810n t t'li thT" theory of education:but many' quarters is. that none of SINGING CONVENTIONThe orush. The long, tiring labor of es* alone en skits away. front" the camp isation in, the springtime and the ,
ahicwreck sort of .If-ap..slro these will actually run. Commissioner Starke 'Fla. Bradford County Singing! .ablishlng camp. the velvety black looking, out everthe, unbroken .. gsati.aad. -eyed cows 'oar....., a
!! a nations., ",,", of Agriculture Nathan 27 1939. Convention meeU 'wJth ,the Long and gray of the endless winter panel of Ice covering the ROM Sea soothing contrast'.to the, howling ,
Mayo, who has been prominently May Bridge Church, located on Road 28 aUht: and finally spring bringingthe la the mysterious gray' of the win winds and hard conditions under
mentioned,, can be definitely said Dear. Editor: between Starke and Lake Butler, suaiblne and with It a whirl ter night. which we were living '

to be a candidate for re-election to As the evils caused by repeal Increase second Sunday June ninth. Everyone pool of activities, tractor trips During the long months of darkness I shall never forget'.the amusement
I the office of commissioner of agriculture hourly, we' read! with Interest to Invited to attend and plane flights and our blessed ships naturally there was some discontent pity and dramatlo 'Interest I },
for a fourth term..W.,B. the words of some of the eminent take part In the- singing. The once again. I look back on all this ; among us. Let the work felt la watching the penguins the
(Buddie) Bishop of Jefferson will men of the country express- singing will begin at 10 o'clock. and 'It seems like a strange dreamI slacken up a little; let the men mother seals and their pups the
4 IotT, oppose him. Bishop Is speaker of '- ...:- -. I must have bed. Those months.of loaf a while, or assign_ them to unnecessary whales and the petrels. Seeing ho*.
the, 1935 house. tors: assembled for a quiet conference The water buffalo to considered Isolation, however, have left an Impression JOBS and immediately unhappiness perfectly at borne they were in
,-' to find a, way out., They the second moat dangerous of all than can never be dulled. and! Irritability set In. heir Icy surroundings r'' realised

Motor Vehicle. Next president of the Senate will evolved a plan of occupationaltaxes the Indian "wild' animals, yet Its Just a few months after leaving, The answer to that problem teen. bow out of place we were, how luslgnlflcaot V
NOW Insurancepays be Stuart Glllis. of,Walton Coun based entirely upon the the "domestic",animal of many college I Joined the Expedition: and ed to be work, work: and more and helpless But wet
the toes ty.,. who ,was decided upon by a amount of business done, It would became an Insignificant part of a work. Tbe men were super-fensl were there for a definite purposen;
X1+ when ear" majority of the ,'bold-over"aev- collect a quarter'of a cent tax on regions. great adrenture. For weeks I wandered Ire. They felt they were making a to seek knowledge. There to a feeing ,
skids. INTO eral weeks ago, but the official gross business, and that would include TRAIN SCHEDULE: around like a 'lost soul tryIng sserlnee. After all, cutting one's of satisfaction among all of us
year !Iome. caucus was not held'' until this a levy against the Income of Southps lid to And tnyielf, trying' to adjust self off from civilisation, home, In knowing that we have taken part. (,
week. Thus West Florida will have professional men and anybody who No. 1-Due Starke 11:31:: P, M. myself and my viewpoints to an entirely friends, comforts U a sacrifice. 10 an adventure seldom tried b*-> ''
salary. new set of conditions. Finally Talking seemed to be the sole relef. for. and that .
two presidents of the senate in a did not actually work for a 4O, II-Due Starke 11:00: A. M. we have accomplish
succession of Chief objection was that It offered NO. IOT--DUS 'suck:e' 9M A. M I through the assistance of Commander We discussed every subject .d things of really tremendous .
four row, as against from a South Flor possibilities/ for tax dodging com- No. 191-Due Starke 10.8T: P. M. Novllle, my boas, and other under the sun, solentlfle or humorous value to aelence. There can be no a
presidents parable to that witnessed by the Expedition officer, my programwas vulgar or spiritual. The men ,doubt of that. Tbe public at home 4
Ida before the,1935 session. Federal Government with the im- Northbound; laid out and! has been followed with the best sense of humor, tbe I may have lost Interest In us and e

battled hard position of the Income tax. The No.3-Due StsVke. S.22: A. M. without change Today t know east petty and critical attitude I may wander wbat value our expedition +
Legislators agalnata Is simply a sales No. 12-Due Starke 4:35 P. H. more about automotive equipmentand aDd the greatest control over theme ( baa had. But tile solentlar 'v
sales tax for any purpose, though /Sunday: program tax, and No. 108 Due Starke '8:11: P. M. the fuel and lubricants for It finally emerged as the out- ,world! knows tbat we have done' iSi
and Income promise
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many were resigned to forego their of Stark and Wa ne* BranchNo. than I ever. dreamed I'd know. landing characters and gained the I grand Job under great. dlsadvaa-,
personal opposition it became to ,that an will army.,be employesand to 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 P. M.to. After settling Into uy routine of respect of their associates., You I t ease sad wtth results that will M' a
necessary It-
necessary to: resort to this tax In auditor actually 102-Arrives Starke 1:30: P.M. work and all through,, the winter learn men's characters wben you ,.t beaeflt to all of mankind. And
-- the name of school financing. La't enforce collection state.of payments T. J. GRIFFIN. alibi 1 bad a chance t* .study. my .... cooped apwitktbe m noel ea'. t;...,......f mft ItT So l lat lk long; i
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well
NIt.VS DEMISE planters didn't set in order to be
the war was on. OF CUCUMBERS to sell the latter,
the began
. \, Bradford County Telegraph startling Tuesday news morning that the came Supreme TOO LATE Not only was the land of little (Continued From Page One) them "navy beans. they ro to !:'
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Jt was cucumber was rather despised favor. I
Court of the United States had declared value for farming purposos
Established 1877MCM13ER the NRA unconstitutional. TO CLASSIFY BO Infested with rattlers that,even Here, as "fit only for Yankees"This A little Starke boy was .
\, here attempting' to cleat. It was diffi obloquy It shared with the by his teacher to write
business man a
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The average a, hus! .Ki.t, KAY con!!
could have because they were tlon on
of this adverse cult Of course George white beans vegetables
realized that the effects ........ Among
Florid Pro
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V 'LORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION\ \\ opinion would be farreaching secretary surrendered, taken his lose and termed "Yankee beans When things he wrote: "I like Walll1ltl otbtJ
" but he was made of dlf one: but
I 1935 0 but us far as Immediate effects pulled out cowcumbers-
\ ? .. there "I've been aeeln' snakes.Butwait. ferent stuff.Everything. and placed orders.Overnight Qcumbers N. G.
:J.a'WXVId. :;; .. locally were concerned, cy They doe
.... .. ._ __ .. .__ .. __- .. n' was little speculation. don't start your temperance he bad In the world George End's truck taste like nothing" and win W
.." .n." If eat
Class Whatever steps have been takento lecture until you' hear my story. was tied up In that little so-called farm-a total loss became Georgemnd's you many.
.: Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second time Nat Reece, publisher Farm a rattling success In 1899 Joe
( increase wages, shorten labor For a long: farm. He had a family to providefor Snake Finley, a 8tj
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida hours and Improve working condi- of the Arcadia Arcadian, and nowhere to go and nothingto Today be .institution Is man, died from an overdose of \.
._ _._ ..._ tions locally have been purely vol haa been urgrln''-pi' to: come down go wlth, So' he doggedly went known all over the world People cumbers, which gave the Inooa I),
': E. LT Matthews___ _____________________Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION untary. From almost the first It and have a look at- George K, about the business of killing rat- from everywhere come to'' see this and well-meaning fruit 11I10111
' .. . .. .. "- ... was realized that Starke, being *. I End's rattlesnake: cannery BO as I tlesnakes and skinning them for unique establishment, Its prod- black eye.About .
1 I RATE town of under 2,000 population, happened to bf In the neighborhood I their bides, when a wild Idea ucts, a dozen or more are In demand 1900, when the rural I 1
would not come under the rlglJ the other day I took time out struck him: why not try eating at good prices and the business mail delivery was well under WJ
; Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance jurisdiction ot the NRA codes. to visit what folks down that way ,one of the darn things?-the meat is growing with amazing rapidity E. N Anderson of the Broo()*
\, Advertising Rates on Application However, business men here, In choose to call "Rattlesnake' Head- looked good, their habits were section, wrote for seed cataJ,.
' .. .-- ..- .. -. .- a movement to show they were quarters." i clean, they lived on rabbits and Two food products are produced: and was soon swamped with term
* backing the President and his recovery According to the rules, a guy Is small game. So he tried it anl: Canned Rattlesnake in Supreme ing "literature." He also reset
:t.11;, A laugh at the wrong time can make an enemy. program, signed a mutual,supposed to take a good stiff drink was delightfully surprised. It was Sauce and Snake Snacks which are ed a book entitled "CucumberTj,
':. ---0.- agreement to open and close their before he can expect to see snakes, 'tender, tasty and delicious-better deliciously seasoned bits of choice Profit" 'His land, according
x stores at a certain time, and most but I'm tellin. ycu this Is a case than frog legs. It equalled the meat smoked over hickory. Those the book, was ideal for the pu.il
To add insult to Injury, most rum-heads eat onions for of them gave their employees a where you need a drink a heck of breast of quail. It was food for a who Indulge In this delicacy have and an he read It over and ov-rl
? \ a chaser. substantial raise In salary. a lot worse "Alter" than you do king, and his domain wall plentifully formed what Is known as the Sub- he became more and morn -In. .

$. __ 0 I It is not likely that the Supreme "Before." supplied with. It_ L. tle Society of Snakesnackers, anda by the subject, until he lair
'S Court decision will have any effecton It, .eem ,that a long way back Then the big Idea struck mm; stacker of snakes the attractive to put In a crop of cukes. He t
;; A budget is something that looks easy to ]live up to until this local agreement. Stores dun n' the well-known boom, some Why not start a rattlesnake cannery membership card Informs, Is insured great success and raised twoa c

f i' you try it.Georgia. which once remained open until slick 'real estate promoter got and sell this food extraordi- an elegant appetite and i year ''The loose, rich, Wel
,"f seven o'clock on week days now ahold of a tract of flat woods nary to the,world? So he announced stupendous thirst at all times. drained soil of that section rl i
!-\' 0- close promptly at 0:30: o'clock, gin scrub 'palmetto tend east of 'Arcadia his project. People laughed Well, sober or vice-versa I'm the not be surpassed for cucumhe
'z;; Is dry-and BO is Florida as far as the weather ing employees as well as proprietors and ,sold It jnhttle chunks and hooted, but the idea was so kind 'of a yap that will try anything and watermelons, and these hii,|
" is concerned. the advantage of a few extra as the world's be. land. unique and ao lta tllng',tbat"new. once,, so I now pride myself been grown there successfully
0' = -- t hours a day In which to enjoy George En '"an< ' { some form of recreation. House folk went but tberewitltavielon' material. Stories appear Not only'have I 8 snacked: J have grown around Starke E'very'YeaJ,]
1l[1: I' A church collection plate is one place where the buck to: wives have grown accustomed to of making a''comfortable living In magazine, trade journals also '''chawed and chewed on full but not In anything like the qui
' $ seldom passed. shopping within the shorter hours from the soiL They" built homes and newspapers. sized chunks, and hereafter the titles produced this season
and, NRA or no NRA, no advan- and started wadln' 'round In the Inquiries began to pour In from buzz of'a'rattle's rattle will be to The late heavy rains have no
t : tage can be seen In returning tithe palmetto scrub bulldin' fences and all over the country. Drug houses me RS a dinner bell and my mouth been no good for cucumbers, perhaps ]
; Americanism: Ignoring old aged'people but admiring old old practice of late closing. I carrying on generally like good wanted to purchase snake oil and wilt probably water in anticipation ; but they put the soil in gool
A Likewise; few, if any, employershere truck farmers are supposed to. venum; leather goods and shoe \(if the treat In store. shape for planting of sweet poul
)',: aged whiskey. will be persuaded by the decision But Osceola.J. Rattlesnake and people placed orders for hides; And I tip my hat to George K. toea. They also saved the % 0 Into cutting their employee's his tribe had been making their universities, museums and zoos End: of Arcadia guy who tookIt crop, which had begun to cuff!
r';',' f If food goes any higher stout women won't be the only salaries to the point where they home here for many years and this I wanted live specimens; hotels and on the chin and came back up from the drouth. So far all i egoI
''j> ones on a diet were two years ago. Whether or Invasion on the part of pale faced clubs asked about this new dellca- with a rattlesnake, in each hand-,! ..Indicate a good crop; year.PROTECT .
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not we are to thank the Blue Eagle -
0 ,' for it, conditions are generally '
* The road from the cradle to the grave has not yet been better now than they were then '
tie and most wages will be allowedto .
j* smoothsurfaced.Corn stand where they are regardless -
a of NRA's unconstitutionally :
o) on the, cob and cow peas. Who knows of a better Doubtless an effort will be made
by the Administration to salvage YOUR LIFE
S. combination than that?
something of fair practices and
o Improved labor conditions from the
1! Wonder if we could bribe the weather men ,to predict a I NRA wreckage. The Blue Eagle
had its good points and the principles "bl''
'TBBLIVBS OTHERS
af few more good showers? o I' upon which It was founded AND !

1,+ will ever remain as a goal toward
4 Will these elastic dresses they're talking about stretcnfrom which American business may

& one season to the other? otrive.In commenting the Supreme THERE are,three questions you should ask yourself about the tires you buy:

Court decision upon Donald R 1- ;II the non-skid tread give m. th. greatest rubber. This is an additional process known astraction

\t. The man who has his nose to the grindstone will never Rlchberg, NRA head, made the and protection against skidding Gum-Dipping, by which every 100 pounds of cotton cords
"I'If. be accused of being a backbiter. following plea for. the continu- J-- "Are they built to five me the greatest absorb eight pounds of rubber. This extra process costs
;... ance of Its principles: blowout' protection more; and is mot used in any other make of the3"Without

$; .0 "It would be most harmful to sacrificing th... two important Leading race drivers investigate the inbuilt qualities
A friend in need Is the kind you have no desire to meet the general welfare if unfair competition safely. feature will they. me longer of the tires'they use, because their very lives dl'p..ndIlftll.

J,;' until you want a favor yourself. as practices such, were, universally to be revived recognized -- ...., thus melting .tj.m'" the most upon their tires, and theyalways, select Firestone Tire

'i.II''J{ o and If the fair standards affecting ejcenemicel tire ,I can buy? for their daring speed runs. In fact, Firestone Tires hive
l Folks who make mountains out, of mole hills should labor were to be disregarded. Answer Ne. 1-Harvey S. Firestone early realized been on the winning ears in the gruelling,Indianapolis:
:: be in the contracting business. I th.. value of tire traction and safety and was the first to 500-mile race for fifteen consecutive years, and they were
; "Therefore: pending the determination design an All Rubber Non-Skid Tire. Through the years on the 5OOO-ponnd ear that Ab Jenkins drove 3,000
@ 0------ I of this question I hope Firestone has led the'way in the design and development 'miles In 23% hours on the hot salt beds at Lake
";f), Long live the man who can see our mistakes but will that all employers heretofore op- of tires wjtji most effective non..kld treads. Donneville, Utah. at an average speed of 127.2 miles per

'still brag about our worthy deeds. erating under' approved codes and -FJres.one-.tloes not depend solely on traction and, 'hour, ''wl&houl.llre trouble of any kind. These amazing
;: all'their. will
I employee cooperat'iin non-skid tests made Its performance records are proof off the blowoni
. 0, maintaining those standards of by own engineers employs a greatest
Father's bank account would be better off if the family fair competition In commercial and 1 leadlns.Vnlvenily"o make impartial tests for nonskid'efficiency protection ever.known. <

:;.;{,<' just forgot about his day next month. labor relations which have been 1 of its tires, and their most recent report shows Answer No. 9-Thousands of car owners reporting
" I written into the codes with practically that Firestone High Speed Tires stop the car 15% mileage records of.40,000 to 75,00Qmiles( ,'is proof of
D universal sanction, and quicker than the beet of all popular makes of tires.,, the long mileage and greater.economy,by equipping with
Onions are good for the nerves but not the nerves of the which represent a united effortto Answer Ne.Blowout protection must be' buIlt Firestone High Speed-Tires. ,Let these unequaled
' sitting next to in the movies. eliminate dishonest, fraudulent into 'a tire. Friction records be.
person you and heat within the tire is the greatest performance your buying guide.
trade practices anu. unfair
'',-J. o- In over-working and competition underpaying cause of blowouts. Firestone protects its tires from Go to the Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store

'i'N') They say honesty' Is the best policy, but every Insurance labor." friction and -insuLte. patented process which soaks or Firestone Tire Dealer and let him equip your car with
n 1 The mutual agreement between every cord and every strand with pure liquid, Firestone Tires,the safest and most'economical tires liuilt.
;i\ salesman will try to convince you that his la. *''NO .

I'I'0! Starke adopted business because of men fear was of NRA not Mot*and tougher Volume-:.-Direct Purchasing-Straight Line Manufacturing and Efticientand

,, Mothers used to cut.their old hats down for their little officials, It was never enforceableby robber. Economical System 'of Distributing to our 500 Stores

'.r i girls, but now there isn't enough to em to cut. > own law free; will It was and adopted no doubt of Its their provisions -and to'' 30,000 Dealers enables Firestone to give

;r. 0i I which seem to have work 'you, greater values ,at lowest prices
Legislators will arrive home this.week-end to greet the ed out so well' in the past two W'
Two layenefGumDipped
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years, will be allowed to remain in en _
chorus of Why-dldn't-you-do-thus-and-Bos.: effect, ,. Guumm.Dlp..el ,
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\, Women have their parmanent n'- waves but you don't heart SELF-RELIANT FARMERS t "
I
Although the Federal
govern
;-, of anyone inventing a permanent haircut for men. ment's farm relief program has I b 1

$ 0 been In many cases the means of Stretch cord body. ,

' t", There are twenty million widows,, .India, but we have saving a farmer from absolute despair ,_

\$' '.no. way of knowing how many of them have money. the attitude danger that of Is a too governmental paternalistic -. \

t 0 Is realized ,by high officials wIti _
,xh The 'press of the state will miss Joe Wilson who recent- who are planning changes in 1 eon f Longer Men :

&:'ly! resigned as editor of the Alachua County News. the program will act whereby less In an the administrative government Skid Mileage. '
, 0 and CENTUM mOMEIS TTrt eiOFIELO TTPE SEITim WE COURIER TYPE J
capacity more as an
:}_' There is no danger of waking up the dead or the new advisor to the farmer ScUnllHeally 1..d..seeiUe........<...Mil wHh n+.U..<..>!halll oilhliu TWo tIN..-.. ....... eir.I.h.lh.r..a
t .... .
The.upshot of this change in attitude dell a.dNomS41d S 1 ** mmffftf" ; .Is" .d.. ... _k-. ad ..dip roar
xis automobile horns'would have'accomplished the feat long t hull. ..-..11.4 inn. Cud.4d, :.:' : .=:;:: w.4.W r/rww..r w.A.a.ru.. Is .rrlw
Is that the farmer
himself
...
D. HM .. uw r
b if** *r __ ... nd r MO1saes
, ,:'agoY must redouble his efforts to solve M..d.. --.. .. elWd r ta.4 slat .... .e..t wMlr a -b ., /..r..l.lrwt11EdE
N .. ..... w.
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his own problems and smooth his a..a.6.awdr.lVa.1 ttr..IM551- 1Y' twM ra sb I.ai.
0 jgAStd ---pw.a.. -.
rwa .1..a..d a..l.a wU -
_...It..Uow". ,will the world get along when some of these fellows I, own thing road.Indeed It If American would be agriculture a poor- IL "n'M size plc. W ''arcs
rocs
Y pass away who .think they're supporting It. on their ahoul- came to depend on the gov '' 4.s..3 .7.3. S..g $ .$ 5' ea_ = OS
: ? eminent as a great white father to 'Nlt'VEEI 'is-t 7.75 .es r5 si.Ti '
,(A4hra which It could turn for aid In any TYPE J 7.55_ *.is
$' 0 crisis, real or Imagined.. The government ,'Yo.daI..... iswN ... ..-.. 1 .r e.d. 1.1.4.1 7.e. I !s.5
';,;;. Castor oil has been in use since 2000 r.. C., we gather should give all possible of raw ....,... ... best fe.p 4.101_ ase.l M tl ..75 1.1. 111 ea. Lff E.i
aad ,Weaa... ..... ?
I>,from history., Most of'it tastes as if it were manufactured aid and support to agriculture, as SI for ....Ulaaa rabbnami Speed Tbw. oTnRa ssa. .. raoros'loNATsLV LOW tialto.

:.then. It does to other! .oupbut It I. ear f a.ry we MI'U.e see 1,,' _
should take extreme care that the ....rl..e... sad skilled Hr. AUTO SUPPLIES AT
BIG SAVINGS
0 farmer does not become a ward of aaaku. .. kvlld this tin It ._ .. .
p': If ,the Government men don't stop their deadly work the state In the process. _....lr .....eed sad ri.l : Impacted end we know ll .Ipcrftwi a. .reeks Auto Supply:;t..s.r.tee 8-- ..... say. .f ... ...... UN dakie. haw ...Dlp.leis.
there before
'h;,: won't, be any fun playing gangster any more I to-taling I .. human lnrnallr cmmk s. yea ban. Ibe .U- sad aeenoa of ft...... UwmWeil. .
*?':\long. and have been working their,way I Ir..axe .
'!\!' out cf depression through organized rRIIK Nat '
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}," roe t C a = tKA./n Ra1N rM E1. w.e'K

'fl'' Some,fathers complain that their babys will swallow any- banded, cooperative: together action.in great They coopertlvo have*. 4.50-31 .7.73 as $11! NO C, P.,,35 'AUTO N.N. a..M RADIOS

?$, '.thing, then go out on-a party and do the same thing them- organisations, whose purpose .4.7645 8.1O 745 II. Ir halls ,: t.5.33is s

selves., la to make, production and distributing 7.75 t" "1 MInM.'eN. 'w
if\' machinery more efficient, .
, 0 1.50-11 ...,. t
' and to increase agriculture's bar- suss tuf rAp .
'V odds are twelve little fellow In s.u ..." VATTEAIES '
The the
to against
one gaining power These farmers are I ::: ,rats. ....
.,",::Wall Street, but there is always somebody ready to take the self reliant, awake to condlUo 0.... -- ",....-._..... '- hawM b_ .. rl.a .AIIr..... e.dl.N.r1

'j?' chance In brief, they with are other Individualists Individualiststo cooperating t. u.....G.c-4. ,........ .7 ,5.. 'G t1asorwy

'f) ? achieve II... ... _. I __ -.Wis.. .. _.r ..t M 1sna11 tt7te trt M ati
a common aim. That ?
1I..c.- ..... ,.",.s... -
Itj Some fellow has figured that the'average American wo- typifies the kind of "farm relief"

; man wears a $1.95 hat. And never gets older than the first that In the long run will really

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