Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Milton Brownlee, Jr., of Starke, Upon his return' to Washington week killed an eight-year-old

end Fielding Chapman. of Rat. DEDICATION Monday from a brief visit here STILL DEBATEDCommissioners last colored girl in a fit of jealousy be- HERE MONDAY
told Associated
from Congressman
ERK SAYS ford,received their diplomas cause her mother married another
the University of Florida in :Press:''reporter!' that he man, has been trailed a* far as .

Gainesville at the commencement found the President and the New Jacksonville, Sheriff W. J. Epper Store Owners Must

-Commta.sioners exercise: held Monday. Brownlee Formation FlyingTo Deal both "lItrO ger" than ever son said this wee-k, but officer

letting Of received his degree from the Agricultural among my people. Insist On have so far been unsuccessful In File Applications,
Held In College while Chapman Be FeatureOf "Right or, wrong, they are for locating him. Soon

was graduated from the school of Program Mr. Roosevelt," Mr. Green said.that 2nd Story It I I. believed that Green followed -. .
Capital The Congressman reported
Administration. track on
Business the Seaboard railroad
he heard little comment here about SCALE OF LICENSES IS
Both young men distinguished GREEN TELLS BOARD foot into Jacksonville, the sheriff
WARNS ABOUT themselves In the R. O. T. C: during AIRPORT WILL OPEN I the ruling on NRA except In expressions OP; STONE'S PROMISEThat [.said.. Turpentine worker ,t Hugh TOLD BY, COMPTROLLER k

LTZ SETTLEMENTS their college careers, being OFFICIALLY JUNE 27 I of concern over. the probable i I reported seeing him about 10
[VSTIC |promoted to Lieutenant-Colonels in effect on ,tQe *\agricultural It wouid"b be a second story o'clock In the morning following Applications for state permit to
Brownlee was A thrilling prugram of acrobatic adjustment program.* or nothing In regard to the long engage In the business of selling
senior murder,
collecting their year the
action In member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, snd formation flying, as well as r' delayed addition to the county anything at retail can be secured
find caution against wees-'a and Alpha Zeta two events in which $100 in prizes court house here became evidenti'buraday at the office of this newspaper
settle- 'social fraternity,
Auction in accepting agricultural fraternity. I wll be awarded la planned for the STOLEN CAR of last week following M LAW, REDUCESHuntingFishing from the Bank of Starke. or the

t of delinquent taxes were Sholti urgreesdaY honorary was a member of Phi official dedication of municipal r meeting of county commissioners tax collector: next Monday. JUDe

by Governor Chapman and Blue Key, airport here Sunday June 23. and PERk officials. 17. Senate Bill No.. 724 reqliretl'all '
at Tau,,-social. ConvictsRECOVERED
Lee ft Kappa- Used By
Comptroller JM. student leadership fra- The program Sunday afternoon, W. M. Parker; acting chief engineer I persons who cell anythingat

erence by county commillldonIa honorary He also. graduated which begins at 1:30: o'clock climaxes and F. H. Baumer. district retail to secure a permit before
TaIl&hMIIM. The meetingattended amity: was academic a week-end of festivities beginning engineer both with the state July 1 and Telegraph Is glad

by L. L. Conner, "with, honors" denoting with a dance, and floorshow BRA, met with board members LICENSES to: cooperate 'with the local merchants t

.. of the Bradford County:7T achievement., Saturday night at the new and assured them that the second and the State in making 1'

: J. Thomas, clerk of thet airport club house under the sponsorship story would be built If the county available these applications. Under

and Representative Charley TO VOTE ONContinuance of the Starke Flying Club. FOUND IN PERFECT would put up $3,800 for materialsand SPORTSMEN TO BENEFIT I provision of the Act persona

tommlssloners: ,contended ill be awarded are: Dead Stick SinROADDiscovered th" foundations that were I after July 1, will be guilty of .a

ins a Senate bill repealing the Of Landings and Bomb Dropping.The laid when It was originally planned RATES misdemeanor

foreclosure laws had virtual- first prize in each event will on a Jonely road between to have but one. story for the Senate Bill No 724 also provide -

ellroyed tax collecting-"teeth,- I be $25, second prize $15 and third Orange Height and Gainesville addition Following up a law prohibiting that all persons who sell anything -/'

the Governor and Comptrol- AAA PROGRAM prize $10. A large number of aviators ,, an automobile ,belonging to The board refuused to promise the sale and shipment of black at retail shall pay a license

saiii, "Do the best you can and I ,are being notified of the T. T. Long wMKretufned to him this amount however, adopting a boss, the 1935 Florida Legislature. tax from $10 to 9400 plus a percentage -

't admit you're licked. contests and It la expected that a last Friday after Jt Fad served js watchful waiting" policy in the enacted bills reducing fishing license of gross receipts ranging
I FARMERS WILL SEND I of will be attracted ; belief that the two-story structure charges for non-resident to 5
commissioners stated that large number flyers a means of escapaclor: three convicts from 1-2 of 1 per cent percent
ther revenue under the' BALLOTS INTO to Starke for the dedication. from the State'rrl.on.Farm I might eventually be built sportsmen- taking game fish from dependent on the number of

.loss..tMl of Exemption Act would DYER at Ralford. without additional! en e.to the the State' fresh waters stores owned by.any individual 'l

'- -iip in revenue that could -- Adjustment Another feature of the afternoon The car, crudefy 'oncealed beneath county. The board ala pledge $ou It reduced non-resident fishing group of Individual, Only me

In their counties The Agricultural will be formation flying by a a pile of brush but In perfect to provide for expert supervisionof licenses from $10 to $5, and pro- permit must be secured before July

Ea bridged Thomas said here Administration announced this flight of Navy airships. condition, wa first seen Wed razing portion of the addition vided a $1.50 State license, good 1 and the application must be accompanied

that Mr. by virtue of rigid week that a referendum will ba The new club house will have nesday of last week' by turpentine that have already been built and only for a.three days continuous by .a permit fee of DO

erday the part of county of- conducted this month to determine its gala opening ,Saturday'nightwith negroes from CTttmpvllle who strengthening the foundation fishing trip. cents .

:my on compiling next year'sIpt whether growers of flue-cured to a dance at which Wendell thought it had prptoably been left The work of tearing down partof The passage of the bill prohibiting The license scale under this act

ii and Bradford in County ,would bacco favor a production adjustment Furry'a Orchestra will furnish the there by members tpf a fishing par- the present structure will begin the sale and shipment of black Is as follows:

able to "bridge the gap." program to follow the pres music Those In attendance will ty., However, when the automo- within a short while, It was said, baas culminated many years of activity Subdivision! A

ly be Legislature created ent,flue-cured program which' ex; also enjoy a floor show featuring bile reman led there during two recurring but approval of the two-story pro on the part of FJorlda( CLASS- I.-Upon one store, the '

Irdi The 193S: counties td"adjust"deInent plres with the 1935 crop.; Flue Fred Lanunce in his novelty days, the negroes notified ject will likely have to wait until sportsmen) seeking greater' protect flat 'sum of 91000. CLASS 2.-

In all "on a basis of souncration" cured tobacco I.1' .grown chiefly In (dances, and Dorothy Hlnaon, for their boss, a Mr. Surrency who the government' new spending tlon for the State's game fish. Upon chains of more than one but

taxes and accept payment of North Carolina, South Carolina, merly of the Derby at Hollywood, drove It to Flfer where It was recovered program Is set Into motion. Fishing license 'for legal resident not more than three stores, the-

[ as full settle Virginia, Georgia and Florida.. Calif. Friday by Sheriff. W. J. Congressman! R., A. Green met of the State were reduced flat sum of 950.00 for each said ,
i agreed upon All share-tenants, _8hare-crop- about w with the board Thursday and reminded of
here, situated : chain
amounts. The airport Epperson. to $2. Resident of a store. CLASS 3.-Upon
of the delinquent who he from $3
t that
pers renters aad landowners* two miles south of town on Road Mr. Surrency had to turn on the them of promises county are allowed to fish In Its I more than three but not more than .

Some cases deserve adjustment are actually 'engaged in production 13, was constructed as an FERA Ignition without, the aid of keyi I said he had several month ago l skis, streams and border waters Ix stores, the flat sum of 9100.00

use i the assessment were too of tobacco In IOU will be eli project.. It has been completedand which had been taken or thrown from Julius F. Stone, Jr., state without a license as long a* they for each said store. CLASS ".-
"I 1 Governor Sholtz told the to vote in the referendum regardless months but convicts- F&RA administrator, that the two. six but.
gible In use for several away by the have a certificate of Identification. Upon chains of more than
jisslonera.l "but you must of whether they have has not yet been, officially. dedl- The; escaped pH.r t ere, James story addition to the court house' from'the county judge. I not more than ten (tores, the flat

rut against Inequalities_coming mustS |.signed,production? adjustment! .con: | cated. -' Gowen, James Gates and Peter I here would positively be construct license for' nonresidents sum of $200.00 for each said store.'
i the settlements. :You A..'. serving State hunting of more
tracts. -- Kaba, two of whom were 21S but a CLASS 5.-Upon chain
ed.The left at $ ,
Into consideration the- cane 'I. The,ballots will carry the question RESIDENT twenty-year sentences for highway commissioners! Interpreted were license was than ten but not more than flf-

the loyal citizen,who annually : ,"Are you in favor of a to OLDEST robbery In South Florida are thin promise to mean that the project special $10 hunting hunting teen: stores, the flat sum of $300.00

| paid his taxes."-. bacco production program to follow BURIED HERE still at largeWOMAN'S. I II would be> carried out without created: for one continuous It I I. for each said store. CLASS 6.- 4

creased efforts on the part ofnly the one which expire with the [ -- .. _. additional expense to the county trip by out..f-Stat. persons. Upon chain of more than fifteen

officials to collect-,taxes, 1939 crop year?" Ballots will be MRS. ELIZABETH JOHNS I and so decided to defer action on good for ten day only store the flat sum'of $400.00 for
[Governor and comptroller said, dlstrbluted to growers when acre- WAS VALUABLE I the request for $3,800. Hunting license for State each said store.

\partially offset loss of revenue age compliance is checked. In CITIZEN I PICKS DELEGATES The addition to the several court month house dents were cut from 98 to re.I-1 Hubdlvliilon D

High the homestead tax exemp. where this method of distribution here was begun County hunting license one itore, also
areas Frances Johns, CLASS 1.-Upon
Elizabeth i but was
i amendment adopted by the is not convenient, the ballots Mrs resident, died. TO BRADFORD UNION ago all an FERA project at ,t. No license I* amount equal "to one-half of ,

jiple last year, will be mailed to eligible vo June 89, Starke's S after a oldest lingering Illness, at I FEDERATION AT abandoned when decided the that County a second Commissioner where persons 'hunt those on belonging their, own tot I an one per cent of the grows receipt:

We have about $2 ,OOOOoo of the corner of South WORTHINGTONAt homesteads. or L .._.. from all sales a* defined In this
taxes on the delini ters.Ballots be signed and return her home on story was needed. member of h e i r immeumi* amt chains oc:
ctly good may and South Streets monthly would be used Act, CLASS 2.-t)1)on)
tax lists that we?can col- to the county agent's officeat Walnut born March 8., ,the regular The second story -l than one but not more than
I more
Mrs. Johns was Woman's Club here meetlDlI'j increased office lIy.Coniederate entitled t
of the rooms, veteran.
It the G ver- to 7 m. on for witness 3'
t If we go after any time prior p. Augustine, and when for three store, also an amount equalto
'- ballots 1846, in St. day afternoon Mrs. L. D. apace for the circuit Judge State pensions, may hunt fish oltrap
said. Unsigned of the receipts -
1935. cent gross
29, old her
June month parents court room, obtaining one per
29 the final he was seven and Mrs. L. A.-C0nova enlarging the present in the State without. defined In
on June all sale as
will be accepted and Mrs. John Andreu, from
Mr. to the
the as delegates It is said. license .
voting day, If deposited by where she has to this Act. CLA"S8 3.-Upon chain
CHAINS LOST moved to Starke Federation of clubs -
official polling place County -- All hunting and fishing'' license, but not more) ,
at the She wa married of more than three
grower 2T at allSome
continuouslY June
I'f lived be held Thursday, Mission license, are issued
BEST CHANCE at the county agent's office. to Ervln Johns, September 9, Worthington Springs. ,Mr. N. D. saw except commercial than six stores, also an amount 4
In number The judge'
As, ballots I are received in the 865, and to this union seven children Wainwright and Mr*., L. A. Davis three score great by county Judges. equal to two per cent 'of the gross
o FIGHT BILL, OWNER. county agent's office prior to June born. She was the the reproduction of the fee Is 25 cents for licenses costing receipt from all sales as defined In

OP TEN CENT STOKE 9- they will be checked against were of the late' Senator were chosen alternates.' Mr. A. Z. Ad- painting of the Life of" Christ en 93 or less, and 60 cents for licenses this Act. CLASS 4_Upon chain ,
grandmother At this meeting the ar- fee Is \
HERB: SAYS the" eligible voting iist. Any Markley Johns, of whom elected president of the titled "The Holy Week, by costing more than 93 The of more than six\ but not more
Everett: kino, newly Mission Hall on the
the voting List Tlssot, at the the person obtaining amouut o
names not Included on fond. When a girl executive paid by than ten stores, also an
ut the "golden opportunity"owners added and votes accepted she was very club hftre, announced her Tuesday evening, and also heard license, to three cent of tho
be Baptistrburch per
the equal
store list may Mrs. Johns joined board for the coming year and life of .__ '
chain separation .
for a
to the I
\ fight such If It an earnest plea -------- receipt from all sales n*
for consistent
she was
1 was in Tallahassee while it determined they'are engaged In j member,- of which until the end of her Mrs. Edward Burns, retiring speech president of from the thing of the TOBACCO defined In this ,Act. CLASS S.-*. 7

*I the opinion voiced this Week growing County Agent In ', life. She was and al- appreciation for the'loyal support those who profess to be follower GROWERS COMPLY not more than fifteen store; also> '
T. Dyer, children and home, board and the club members -'
I Van H. Priest, of Madison, County. will conduct the children and of of the Christ. an amount equal to four per cent'
Is? of Priest's Ten Cent Store Union In this county, I I ways counseled her aim for higher I in general. The attendance la I still increan-! WITH AAA PROGRAM- of the gross receipt from all,
balloting to
I and a chain in other.Florid --_ ---- I Erandchlldren: ', The new board will be comprUed tug and the interest and attention | LIMIT ACREAGE ale" a* defined in this Act., ,
-- things in life. F followsr Vice-President: Mr.. 1' DYER SAYS
ns.I AlexanderFUn.ral conducted June a 'I. most gratifying. t CLASS '. Upon, chain of more
Edward N* Thefuneral was N. D. Wainwright; secretary, Mr. Bible study by a group of amount.V
made also
Priest's statement was with} A contractors than fifteen stores, an
residence tobacco
at 7, at the family tr.aaursrMra.-. D. be given The acreage of all
leameeuon with the court fight, service were held Price officiating assisted H. C. Rltch; 'Lawtey young peoplewill I checked recent- equal to five per cent of the groan
B. been
be C.. '-Jones I Funeral the Rev. C. Vlnlng chairman education Mrs I at the usual hour of meeting ; has all sales a* defined
>lilt bill that to DeWitt from
is expected: the the Rev.L.. O. Hemingway J. W. Surrency, <, receipt
,afternoon by chairman legislation, will be musicalso ly by Supervisor
GalnesnrUl*:,Monday H. H. Young; ext week. There
5'by chain store owner TIM Horn in Rev. Rogers of Ala- n certified a* having In this Act.
i tm, which sponsors said would at three o'clock, for Edward and the flowers attested Mrs. L. G. Powell; chairman health I furnished by the Lwtey'oung an dall have within been their allotment, The Act provide that It shall be ,
former real- chua. Many lovely Mrs.,Jos. E. Wllseaj: chairman and a special invlta- planted to sell .
ice $000,000 annually for N: Alexander, a and respect of people L. T. Dyer, County unlawful for anyone anything ,
all Mr.
'! died to the love Mrs U A. Davis; the public to according to
lois Jacksonville, who beautification. tlon i. extended retail after July 1 unlessI.
seeks to levy occupational dent- of among them > County who I ii al
relatives W. In Union
friends and home, Mrs. Mission. agent "
his the
American of
e taxes ranging from .$10 early Sunday afternoon at floral piece from the United chairman music,J[I the meetings 'directing the AAA work In this ha applied for and received
U. S. being a chairman *
Gainesville. Dr. E.: Middleton: State Comptroller a per-
"ly on one store to ,9400 for home in the Confederacy, from the
of .
Platform also.
: Daughters chairman Junior On county
officiated at L A'Canovo> Work
*> unit 'of Gainesville Mrs. ; with mit.
io chains of,sixteen or Gordon widow of a contractor
a .
followed i Mrs. John being department, Mrs-\ O. L. Haynes rapidly on The tobacco those !selling
interment that
is In addition, it would levy the service and veteran. The WomaD" chairmen Work la I progressing actual acreage are: I "I am hopeful '

i receipts taxes of one-half of In New River ,Cemetery. near i Confederate Missionary Society of the! The following announced department; finance, Mrs. the shipping platform being constructed station -- their O. W. Barry ......._....-- 8.3 I at retail wilt. secure application

1 p per cent on one store, gradual Starke. Church and Circle No. were Mra.A. W. near the Seaboard D. Dyal _..__-___.._ 8.0 blank early next week andmmediat.ly
T. ? I '
house Brad
had been chief Baptist D. P. Carpenter; for the benefit of file same 'with me by
pwards Alexander here 7.8
to five cent on "Mr. a member .
per of which she* was Mr R. F, H. P. Galney ._- -- -----
lies of electrical distribution Three, |, Anderson; membership. County shipper of straw. ..1..8 I mall," Comptroller .J.. M., Lee ,
sixteen or more clerk in the also sent basket of choice Mr. H. B. Mc- ford Themane M. O. Harrell _........ .
1&'. Priest department of the city of Jacksonville Demorest; press. berries and truck crop Harrell ____.__. 9,0O. state
was the only outspok- was flowers. school, Mrs. E.: L. Bigg; i* In place Guy J. task
and Lendon; of the structure "We will have a tremendous
ichaln store representative atwhen'legislator for twenty year. Interment was made in W. HazeD _.____.___-29,81 t
T. Long.Miss
The T. completed -
1abi1555 call- retired on pension three years ago Cemetery where her body program, Mr who represented and work will probably be weeks. E. J. HazeD ........._.... 7,3, In passing on 30,000 application
Public because of physlclal diaablllty. Hewa. Crosby Hazel Middleton within the next two ______._.____ 67 and issuing 30,000 permits betweennow -
hearing on the Florida after life's journey. at the Better R.. E. Hazon
rest* club used and materials
Memphis,Tennes- the labor I* being 3.0 and July 1 and J.hmonly way \
of FERA .... ..
native _
Act, through wblch anPICea5f a graves where grasses Committee'lDeettnl' In fund 1.0, Raiser ., -- '
/'Beautiful will be
Housing were purchased by .______.' 93 In which this can be don
ut mad to s.* interesting L.. Hough
attempt'was his widow 'Mr. creep whereflowers Lake City recently gave an donated by the city and COUIIty.The Henry _.._ _.._ '25'A. through the whole hearted cooperation :
*U all chains t; Survivors leave fall, 8. L. Prescott ,__-_ -
brown _tin, furnished -
and: Where > of the Church and this eI-
I It Pmhoister Alexander, report Presbyterian __.____ 37 of the retailer
2. AIII8IIo :Miss B. Surrency
II. deep -
two sonsy L. W,Alexander.aonv1li. j*ac k- hand_*-on, b.............- A musical program. by--... .....- the .Ite for the...platform. Cha B. Roberts .__---..__ 42 flee.. I pledge complete and hearty
n. Maggie Edward: .. and Madsen K.: Alexander. Over worn-out" MarjOrie Stump, pianist,.an. t .c-'- -- Galnry _____.......IZ: .3); cooperation on my part and I knowcan
en- Lee Roy
.. Johns '*. 1" a student at the. University ofFlorida. |:r ful. sleepMrs. J'OOM- i.I survived by a,Alice Fernandea violinist, was r Roof Blaze- the 1 A. L. Crew _.._-.....-_.._.*. 4 0 j> I count on those who full sell at retail ..
Rennolds a Joyed. damage wa done to considerably below | giving m* their cooperation
; Slight I.
Mr.. L. A. afternoon The tobacco "
-era I ) services for Mr*. Mag- 1 daughter E. Johns, both af Hostesses for Mr. T.t J. M Mitchell horn.here by a roof normal In this section of the In making this. Act effective.
Edwards r Homer Jo*. E. Wilson before -
Johns, 74, longtimeJ J. W. L. Pinholster son. and a brother Frank An-I were Mr P.Carpenter, blaze that broke out shortly State, Mr. Dyer say. because of -'- 9.Sirange
J* Starke. who died Fri- I Starke i T. Long, Mrs. D. noon Saturday. The blaze was weather. FlowersMr
,, 57 native of of New River. ; Mrs. H. C. the continued dry
Jun. Pinholster, dreu. L. Haynes. the fire
T, Wer4 new from herat I J. w were: H Mrs. O. extinguished by .
: 3:30 o'clock af U the Broker .section died at Msi i The active pallbearers A. i Ritch, Mrs. U D: Vlnlng Mrs.' H. quickly and the lose wa covered N D. Walnwrlght place-l
i I home in Arcadia Thursday of last C. Wall, C. H. Nasworthy. A'I I i H. Young Mrs. Geo.'H. Lowry and department Insurance. CCC Quota Raised an unsual display of flower on exhibition
train wreck la l F. F. Stump, William by at 'the Telegraph office
Burn allowed
.Ivlnr [ following a Durden Edward will be
week Mrs. County
are, E. B, Johns, her : M- Mitchell. Bradford
J. -
fractures and wa '
tSad.of he received compound rls. A. S. Crew salad course with Iced tea men. thirty- thl week. It consists of a'vall'of
which forty-eight
Starke, one son Walter \l Blood I "i. Large PeppersMr. a quota of which
1'nIs and ankle. winter chrysanthemum
of the foot twelve coloredic
of served.
Jacksonville and three I[ the,1m1j Show O. Hall last week exhibited six whit- bloom In the fall. Although r,
wa W
),(* J. set In and Crowd Sees CCC enlistment.. Mrs. ordinarily
Zelgler, There poisoning large the new buahe -
*, death.' Servkes some extraordinarily director abe baa a number of
I of 1400 persons service
O. that
A mediate estimated Installation Ward.
Thrower'Jackson- It I* Percy France .
h to thNew i by in bloom. lire.Walnwri..ht
; brought grown of there I* only on.
bell pepper Selection
Mrs 8. B. Paul Miami.,I :'The body was burial attended the free [ Installation service, for a local One of the said ;yeUrdy.!' says.She cannot explain
h,151 for Lacrosse.
of will
Cemetery Rita Theatre Americawere Moody flit the vacancies
M la Crosby River show at the of the men to
cemetery -: Daughter one-
of weighed
took place- Saturday '-The entertainment -, chapter the,largest week. this strange occurrence.
dlrectlon: or KIi7-McCabe and the service N'orrla.f Wednesday night. held Thumday: night at 8 pepper be announced next
'I Home with,the Rev.' Jas. wa sponsored ,by SternsGarage. at UM Masonic HalL half pound.,
The Masonic : o'clock
"Ieea officiating. '
Were eon*":*** by the LaCroase. .
.1IIr. ".. calilre .ofL Stsurke",,: '. ,rite were observed. .
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Ii l Telegraph By Special Writers Live Community, Happenings Us bjy Tues.' Noon--'

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Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. LewIs visiting relatives in this 'Jacksonville's Leading


ly Vera Oulney, CorreiipoiidenlMlMftllMneoun ]Mr*. T. A.. Hunlcr, Ci;>rr...pond.n< I'lrll. O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Ada Nlmmn, C.rrrap. .ndr>t Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling visited Mr.: and Mrs.: Jim kersey were

Mrs. Maggie -Forsythe and A large crowd attended the Mrs. R. MFevR: ,, and children. friends in Starke Sunday. visiting relatives in Woodlawn section '.\, '
Shower Given ForRecent daughter; Miss Lucile, and Mr, and Blanche, of Sunday. 1 >; ,!fit .
Brideskfrs Singing Convention at Long Bridge Haynea and. Mary Misses Docia and' Lucia Starlingwere Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas were ;, .
Mrs Eugene Forsythe of Jack Singing was enjoyed Miami are the guests of Mr. and dinner guests of Miss Doris I :::
John Cone entertained al sonville spent the week-end herewith Sunday. visiting J. A., Harnage and family CIk,-Ip' ,
throughout the day and everybody Mrs. O. Haynes Thomas Sunday.Mr. .
her home May 22 with a miscellaneous B. E. Rosier and mother.. Sunday. J."tl I rl : :
shower In honor of two recent reported a nice time. Revival services at the Baptist and Mrs. J. P. Hammock of Mr and Mrs. H. Keene and family ,,
4 ; It
Paul Glovers and J. E. Rosier returned ; .!
of Brooker Is the church conducted by Rev. J. B. Sunday herewith and I
brides, Mrs. Paul Stewart and.Mr. the Harold Sapp Jacksonville spent > spent Sunday with Mr. r.t: If'I.fl,
t y" Grady Baxter. Monday spending guest of his cousin, Dempsy Sapp, Lyle, are progressing! nicely, and Mrs. Hammock's parents, Mr. Mrs W. R. Kersey. ;
lowers were past two weeks In Ft. Pierce. hero this week. much interest Is manifested I and Mrs. J. M. Herse)'. Miss Dorothy Norman; Is spending Gf1THE

iw' used Summer effectively garden In the living room Mrs: J. D. Pecle and children< J. L Johns: who Is employed at Mrs. J. P. Summers and son, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halalop and this week at Jacksonville with -t
R. S. Rosier
':( of this home where many variousgamed were visiting :Mra. the State Farm, spent the weekend Carlus, who have been attendingthe son Fred motored to'Jacksonville relatives.
,t and contest were enjoyed Friday afternoon.Mrs. at his home here. revival at the Baptist church Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browning SEMINOL
1 J. Q. Rosier and children
hostess served delicious C. A. Crosbyand have returned to their home at and of Raiford'were visiting Mr. and
: e after which the wIth' Mrs Shipman The Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. T. N. Norman daughter
refreshment of punch and spent Sunday children of Rising were the Lulu.Mrs. Dorothy of Gum Branch were Mrs. H. L. Edwards Saturday aft JACKSONVILLE, n.onlD.\

I j !, cake. Sopp.Mrs. Hester Sapp of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs O. E. Crosby Jennie Roper and Miss Leila 1 visiting .at H. M. McRoe's Satur, ernoon. CHAS P. GRINEK. !Mump

Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Baxter spent the week-end here and family Thursday night. Mae Sparkman of Mandarin i A human, home-like
day.Little I An of 16,000,000 tons of Instltnti-
jt received many beautiful gifts. with relative! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and were visiting here last Monday.J. I Miss Batty Starling of average where you will find your
has returned to his rain and snow fall on the earth h
this lovely party J. Brannen
j Those enjoying J. H. Sapp of Hawthorne was Mrs V. E. Sapp were visiting at Graham Is spending a while herewith dUldutil comfort and fRo,
'del with the honorees were: visiting his daughter Mrs. W. H. Windsor Sunday.. home here after a Visit with his her uncle and aunt, Mr, and every Second. tertainmrnt a matter
Mr. Wade Harrell Mrs. WIU Is son.'D. D. Brannen of Lakeland. of great Import-
;:" Morgan, last week. Miss Antlonette Sapp visIting Mrs. Willis Dyal tVOTICRBrp.
1Y Harrell. Mrs. M. O. Harrell Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Secrest and baby"of I her aunt, Mrs. G. W. Sapp, at I Mrs. L. A. Johns, and Mlas Cleo Tate Brown and Hiram Prescott j I ( Hint C.6. L.1 ance.
D. Baxter, Mrs. Loyd Barry Saxon have recently been shop NOTICE If hereby given that the
J. 1
f{ several I this week.
Hollandale pent days Brooker A steel
made a business trip to Tampa fireproof building
k Mrs. Edna Crews Mrs. L. O. Karen ... ping In Jacksonville.\ County AitfieNKnr of Taxe for Urad lustlathe !
here matt
visiting lord County Florida will with
A heart
'i p Mrs. I. W. Markey, Mrs. O. Thursday. the Board of County (Cnmml88lon the city)'.
'4 W, Hazen, Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mm. WlGJlLANDM. GRAHAM Id SING Qulnell Stokes of Jacksonville, of Bradford County, Florida, In the
I,, Room
Every with
R. ]Sirs L. C. SlinKk. Carre.poudanl the ween-end with Owen Me- office of the Clerk of the Circuit Comhlnitl!
i.3 A. E. MoKlnney, Mrs. L. K. Crewe, CorrespondentMrs. Sir*.. H. M. MrKae, Correspondent spent Court, nt, Mtnrk at 10 u'clocl AM. Tub and Shower Bath Radio E
GaIney, Mrs. R. P. Lewis Mrs. O.B Mr. and Mrs. Edd ParrIsh and Rae. on Mimrtuy, the let day of JulyA. trio Ceiling Fan, Slat Door
,,\r; Colaen, Mrs. B. F. Hazen, Mrs. W J. Hardee spent the Lem and Frank 'Parrlsh and Mrs. Mr. and Mra-. Lawton; Crawford Remember services at Pine Level D onmplalnta 1936 for the and purpose receiving of testimony hearing Summer Ventilation Comfort*i)

$5If' Linney Parker Mrs. LonnIe Parker week-end In Starke with relatives", Pearl Dryden returned Thursdayto of Jacksonville was visiting relatives I Church this week-end. aM to the value of any property Beds with Mattresses of fa
Vi Mrs. R. M. Gainey, Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crews andF. their home at Terricea after here Saturday. ----- raal or, personal fixed' by Spring Construction and Individ
said County Assessor of Taxes on
4p; II. Mott, Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Mrs. M. Crews were visitors to Keystone spending several days with rela- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter of GUM BRANCH hi* AHHOHHment Moll for the year Reading Lamps.

1\f;\ Vance Russ Mrs. W. D. Webb, Heights Sunday. tives and frlenda. Hetlbronn spent Saturday night Miss Elizabeth Harnage Cor. 1H30, and for the purpose of per RATES

t:'t l Mrs. L. R. Waters, Mrs. E. .T. Lewla. Mrs Effle Carter and children Mrs. Bunnie Easterling and little with Mrs. M. L. Lewis. .each rctlntr.aMHesimieii reviewingand. The Assessor equallilnir of 78 Rooms with
Ii; Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs G. E. Me- attended church at Long Branch daughter Katie Maud, arrived Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Connor an 1 Miss Helen Norman returned Taxes. and the Board of County. Commissioners $3.00- Private Bath
... Single
"ll Gauley, and Misses Lea Retta Jaf-: Sunday afternoon. Tuesday from Ocoee for a stay of Mr. and Mra. W. C. Connor attend home Sunday after spending. last fur such purpoite may continue from day In to "IonI day 80 Room with Private
fords, Wilma Surrency, Veto Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Starling of several weeks with her parents, ed the Singing Convention at Long week In Jacksonville., for one. weak or a. Ions; .>. may be $ BaZ.IiO"UIIA"le
Ree Cone, Ruby visited relatives J. A Graves. I nvcemaary.All .
Galney, Johnnie Jacksonville here Mr. and Mrs. Bridge Sunday.A Ella Mae Sat
Miss Sapp spent 40 Rooms. with
t Kelley and Connie McGauley. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Armstead! large number of people of this urday night with her sister, Mrs to persona aHseminient owning property In Bradford HubJect $3.00-SlnKln Prhate Bulk
g t!:. ------ Mlsll Lois Hlffglnbotham Of 'Miss Myrtls Roland and Mlxlon section attended the Home Com- D. Reddish. >, 'I' County,-Florld,",, are notified to. appear
Hrooker vs. Mlcanvpy Black Creek section is spending Roland of Gainesville were dinner Ing day at Thereusa Sunday. P. ; at such meeting, to make Such 24 Ronts'with PrlMile Bulk

The Brooker baseball team motored several days here with Miss Jewel guests of Mr.. and Mrs..I.!. C. Smith Mr.,. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes and Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp were complaint to the value or .Iv.of such any testimonyas property $3.50-Single
to Mlcanopy Sunday afternoon Carter Sunday. children and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Con real or personal .". fixed by the 10 Sample Rooms with 1'rlvattl
County Assessor of Taxes, upon his Both ___________ $4.011-8 ]
ner, Sunday. -
T' to play baseball against the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Mrs. Millie Fogg- and son, Jew- Crosby and children all of Jacksonville assessment roll a* they may desire.
'Mlcanopy team. Both teams and Miss Patty Wimberly of Nichols ett, spent the,week-end In Jacksonville spent Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs Tommy Stokes of liven by order of .the Board of SLIGHT INCREASE rot

played a fine game with fair playan arrived Monday for a six visiting her daughter, Mr*. Sunday herewith relatives Jacksonville spent Saturday County Commissioners.A.. J., THOMAS, Clark DOUBLE occtr.vMv: :
r outstanding characteristic of weeks visit here with relatives. D. L. Durbin. Miss Vesw..M Rae who Is spending night with Mr. and Mrs. T. N.

all players.. At the close of the Mrs. J. W. Griffin, Mrs E. S. Foster Reynolds of Jacksonvilleis a few.weakfl. In Jacksonville, Norman.
+t, game'Mlcanopy was victorious by Thornton Misses Myrtle and Vir- visiting his grandparents, Mr. spent the week-end with her par. Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Ralford

score of eleven to four gle Griff, Romeo Prescott and and Mrs. F. F. Abernathy, this ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae.Mr. spent Sunday and Monday .withJ.
Ml A large crowd from here attend Miss Edith Griffls were visitors week and Mrs.: Raymond Oliver of A. Harnage and family. I FUNERAL ''DIRECTORS

,r ed the game to Starke Saturday.Mr. Mrs. F. M. Griffin and Mrs. H. Jacksonville' passed through this Mrs. W. F. Harnage and grand our Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render

L-- and Mrs. Nelson T. Green M. Wasdln were shopping in section Sunday, afternoon. sop Billie, returned home Friday EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS. SKIUICE
Mr. and Mrs. Gent Stokes and and children and Mrs. H. C. Wim Starke Friday afternoon. Miss Etta Fay Dyal spent the afternoon. after spending last MODERATE) PRICES

children were transacting businessin berly, Sr., of Starke spent Sun Mrt and Mrs. Willis Dyal of week-end Sot Starke the guest,, of week at. Raiford. l DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
Starke Saturday.. day here with Miss Beth Wlmber Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Irene Prescott.Mr. Mr. and Mra. 'J. F. Shaw and STARKE.' FLORIDA

? Mrs. Irene ThIgpen and daughter ly Ellis Starling, Sunday. ., and Mrs. E. C. Lewis spent children of the State Farm were

t Muriel of Palatka, Miss Canty

,q4 Oliver and mother, Mra. Alice -THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Still InexperienJVtTU

1i'' Oliver, of St. Augustine, spent last
week-end here as guest of Mrs. B. '
F. Hazen.' 'M1cT OMAtd ONtONlOHT. -YthH'NONCYt"" 'SVWORK 1 AM G .P D TO ste YOU >
P0R IP YOU ALRtCNt MARK. 14 PILIN'. UP &0. \ 'TrMN\ : '4AKIN' 1W INtttKttVt #
,?' Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney IN ,_ "A9K Youm ....
were transacting business In CAN OCT AWAYJAY, l'u8C wwrlT rvo etrrw STAY DOWN, YOUR ,WORK ttNWOO :.-eT" ;, ANYWAY n
u Gainesville Saturday. CAN 6Cti 'tD'N\rttr **' Qf rT = I 4O 'T CAM IN TO-- "* >

,i ?,\transacting Mr.iand Mrs., business L. O,;,Haen in Starke were oolvCI 1 00] CICANE1aUP!" ...JL... r.r'

Y .Saturday.,
; ( I It 1
Mra.. T. C. Hazen and daughter, 1.'a tn : r 1
It'Z Grace, Mls Cordelia Brown and
O. E. McCauley '''were in Starke 61
c '
part of last week taking teacher's 2T' 1',

examination. 0
'+ Mrs. G. H. Scofleld and daugh f = r

ter-in-law, Mrs. O. W ScofIeld of 17e'M'
with .
Inverness spent Sunday here ffT'T
'friends and relatives.Mr. ,

and'Mrs..C. C. Crosby'and -
Sunday1a i' 1 CYouq
children of Yukon spent

here with friends and relatives. I I? U tle
i! H. P. Galney and daughter, If' ;

C ,Vera, were transacting business In f'f I _

i :.Starke Saturday. f dri.LI
Bloss and chilUrcn .
; Mrs.I Lela Mae :
H of Waldo spent last week ,9045 Y- .
t: 5.s
and eS
r .here with ..
-j E.' A.. Gainey and L. Crosby hEf1 WN.
Pt were transacting ZrTVrj! ;:' -:-- ----

dt ,ami-part of this week. X' J.
'The annual i ulr i ijr meeting-j _-urr-of the m Flor-'I''I'j 'THE MAIN TIllNG ON MAIN STREET3* 'By L. F., Van Zelm I

--- --- -
,ida Audubon Society was held i Vir l I. .1 .

hl, ,:March 4th at Winter Park on the nilYJulz) I JuHOIN'ClJGI.1TA tVG'RL JGST- ,-. .

,?rglnlal spot where the society MAIN :>TQg.T!>> 8I bON ADnlf Acne GLM'1W3 "
n I was formed 30 years ago.. ICADtMS NlWRlQ i 12.L. f1IG >CRagt1ttAHGr12 : Q t"'ta
A"BLADDER 'T'.1Ii MetpLe RuTH 1'0 AaacsY r
:NMi .

,' .' It It falls When Irritation wakes ARREST STRAMCtn!
a :you up use this bladder lax to 'PO 0 L. REAR DOC QPAVU5 DQLKj STOI7&r &
flush out Impurities and excess NME f>. *!JUJJ. PpRLOQ; FWTEW.tp REAR >ooe. '
,acids. Get buchu leaves juniper OUQ POPUUQ POLICE. t7t

.oil, etc, In little green tablets call MAW I* CNT 'Tb
"4.. ed Bukets. Works on the bladder ACDfivrihcMO 1hAI'W

,similar to castor oil on the boweK. \ CAM; 1D'IbwN/

Bladder Irritation can cause disturbed /rH4 A MV91tRaugAUSIa ;

sleep, frequent desire, scanty 12OM isu01.
v flow, burning or backache. In \MUMAN FCtr ARC '"
;. four days, If not pleased any druggist PQo'l12UDING. I/10 .-,

will refund your 23c.: Get tMUKN*C .. #A' ',. "" ', .
p your regular sleep and feel "full of Ills Q 9/ IJ. .fHOIC. ... "

( 'pep" Mitchell's Drug Store. RXJTOW. TAILBOABD ---. ... ... .
Of M5

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largely, "just -I think 10." The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the i '

sled at four In : and Charles oozed out

Mrs. Nancott looked at Sharon. o rJ I
happy rled algh. you be taking your horse- ((1
said ride this morning Sharon?"
t "7, Adapldar Branch unless bring the horse The Telegraph has investigated all the Business Firms listed on this !

BKATRICB FABK. "Why aren't uncertainly."I you" page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its re- ,i
horn tY.N.tr. mother, Sharon said with ,
Goldwr. Mayss Ploftu Jordan spective line. We recommend these business firms and'their' personnel to ,', I",
.." ,--....-- right back to She and Branch looked at t J j
I our readers-they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke '
on 'I \i
: James Branch, "Remember the shift," Parr "Yea sir," I was other then meltingly Mrs. Nancott hastily people.) Try them go in and visit with them-then, you too will place your .;' ,;; ,j J\(

'NOrSIS had fired the *o- yelled from the floor.It "Will that to leave.. 1 K "OK" beside the name of each one. Write-ups covering these'various institutions : tr ;: \ "
was all over In a minute. 1
Igln6 Anent Nancott Twice Branch knocked Bannister Charles asked THE >KND.. and prepared by a member of the Telegraph staff will appear Ii: \ '

y bps epee But,with on discover-Tommy down. The second time he' lay -...- on this page.each week. Read these stories and learn about your own :;. ','': (

bt'I' quJllntance threaten- : there Inert. Starke business people. ': I f ;
Involved In a I _m_____
nlltlt'l' ( with Julia Patterson) "Phone the police," Branch said. WHOSE WORD I "

81'"dlll trk'kl'd Sharon Into friends.giving Sharon spoke"up. "I did." New Deal Station New Revenue Law, Summer Menus ]I : 1

lIIfornwtlon dUped about by him her at num- "I"Thatta don't girl.understand Sharon WILL YOU TAKE Enjoys Good TradeA And What It Means Call For Fish\ i, t

'I'of bf'lng t1ml'8 came she had the broken murder with of said know confusedly about the ,vanity"How case did?" you FOR, BLOWOUT PROTECTION ? filling station that Is popular (Tallahassee Democrat) Summer la the-time when house.'j'j 1S,, I'":"' f.'alg 1.

Then husband was Most of all bills wives begin to Increase the use ')t .j+ :
Her "I didn't. Branch answered Important pass-
UTHOH. with the home folks as well as the ',
tfd, But Branch secretly con- shortly. "There wasn't any vanity Low wheels. larger tire, and the high' tpeeds of today make tourist trade Is the New Deal Ser ed at the 1035 session of the Florida I i not sea food on their and tables for It to In r" h t, j .':,
only light non-heating
to |n\estlgate Bannister case. Made It. up." blowout protection In roar tins vlul to your safety .. never before. vice Station which has a fine location .legislature is an act designed : ? J
the but la also healthful and
that all thatll'4ed to four million dollars for : body. ,J
Jet told Mm Breakfast time the next mornIng Are you accepting exf crated and unsupported advertising. and sales where Walnut Street and' produce
baS to clinch bill eaR Ie a found Mrs. Nancott readingthe el.lmr are yon accepting the Judgment of men who risk their It tea .Madison Avenue intersect It the public schools from a license very tasty :;I t I t't-'-

case Julia had lost In Baa.thouM. newspaper account headed on their tires and know from experience the tire that gives them the on both the route of. Road 13 1.1 and gross receipts tax on retail The Magnolia Flab Market Is In I 1 J
sty Bsnnter merchandising.Thla position to always offer It. patrons fJ' t
with fascinated
.. "Bannister Confesses, (reateat blowout protection? Road 28.Hubert.
r" of here-" editorial U an analysis of salt and fresh water fish at all 1 a t\\
out {'
"Get horror. THlrty.hr race driven and their mechanic lined for the Priest, popular managerof I ":
her <<' up the new act. showing who must time, and every housewife should .r; "
Chapter Ten Charles the butler serving his, dangerous, crueUina: grind of the SOO-Mile Race at the IndianapolisSpredwey the station lees that his help l>ay the taxes and upon what classes take advantage of the convenience .. -Ji : ;1i! !
seemed to have something on
HOUSE May 30th. Firestone Tire were purchased and used> on everyone ers always give hla customers I of merchandise of having an up-to-date fish P W,
LEST; IN THE mind. of the thirty-three e..... Not one of the driven had sire trouble prompt and efficient service. For WHO PAYS THE TAX-Wholesalers market located In Starke. t :;
"Miss Sharon baa not left for this the New Deal Station
started to row away.. of any kind. 'L reason are not taxed under the new Use more fish this summer. It is '
err her ride Madame. baa come to be popular with motorists hew Two kinds of taxes must be Inexpensive and nourishing. ;;i
forget to remind the cops She looked at her wristwatchand Corn-Dipping la one of the outstanding; reacons why Firestone not when want
only they iy
Don't bring a diver." Branch yelled smiled fondly. "What time did Tires Rive such am..ln( performance. By this process every cotton gasoline and oil but also when they paid by all retailers, with the, following .---------y '

M they glided over the water. she get in, Charles?" .-.1. soaked and every strand 1. innnUted with pure liquid rubber, need their automobiles greased or exceptions: Why certain Indians of Michigan :r
turned If to eay "About five Madame. preventing l..temal.rlet.loaa..dhe..Ib.maln can'of' blowonto. serviced in 1, Producers who retail bakery bored neat hole in the skulls wand
any way.
ething then changed his mind.uun. Mrs. Nancott blinked. This was a Cnm-Dtppinc I. patented extra proceM: not used In any other. makeof i products, dairy products, Ice, insecticide leg bones of their dead Is PU;&" a

too looked back angrily.re bit late even for her tolerant tire. *, fungicides fertilizer, sling anthropologist. i

re ; an embarrassed silence standards. "Hmmm.." She toyed Protect. roar life and the lives of other by equipping your ear agricultural and horticultural' J I :

Kn them as they closed ther with her toast. "Who brought her with Firestone Cum-Dipped High Speed Tlretthe tafttt tin belle For The BEST products or farm Implements. This '...
means that dairies, and
of the living room. home VCharles It will be worth your time .to read these three questions and manufacturers of Insecticides growers and One Work South of Depot'' :
rve got to find some way to was now reaching the their answerIQUESTION Barbecue Sandwiches, +k'
end to this," Bannister said peak of his revelations. "Mr. fertilizers may sell their own ALL GRADES PINE,AND i i'ItEIiI:4
I an "It's\ getting to,be perlleloa. .- Branch Madame. 1-"Will the head give me. (he great** traction.and protection Drinks and Short OrdersCHICKEN products at retail without paying '
ivlly, against skidding' either of the taxes Imposed In the ('\. : LUMBER AND
." "Really? What time did he SALAD
tried to change'the sub- leave" ANSWER-Leading university leal chew Firestone High Speed Tire law BI'lLDINU MATERIAL )ai

baron"We promised ,to be at the Charles drew himself up. "I .t.p'.urcer1lquic..r.h.nlh..I.f..h.rpapularma..f 6r... TRYHALL'S' 2. Exclusive dealers In gasolineand by,,

It. seven-thirty and it'sirly I don't think he has left Madame" petroleum products. ""I

Regis eight at now." She was dress- Mrs. Nancott strangled delicately. QUESTION S-"Are they built to give me the graolett blowout prelection' PLACENear 3. Products of electricity for BENNETT'SLUMBER ,
ID evening clothes. "But Charles" ANSWER-Unequaled performance recereU fee sixteen consecutive light 4. or power '
Express or sleeping car
mnlster nodded..' "It won't The doorbell rang. Charles icur- yean prove that Gum-Dipping gives yew the greatest bleweuIprelection Seaboard Station companies CO. '

,I, ever known. ,
ke me long 5.' Motor vehicle dealers
k' f t wt;
change 6. Service
Into QUESTION "Without sacrificing: these two Important safety ,..." .. will they shops.
|o went give me longer mileage,thus making them the mart economical rite.I can buy?" Since the tax applies to the sale,

bedroom.walked ANSWER-Thousand of wneejealeal mileage of tangible personal property only
car owners report
i You Can Always. Get
the exemption of certain services
|the window rcord.-.vid.nea of the longer wear and greater-economy e f
I Branch! I Firestone; High Speed Tire. SALT & FRESH WATER apparently Is superfluous. The ap Most Reliable
plication as It applies to other

d 1 Parr were FISH, dealers would follow these exam- You Feel< |. SAFE When You

of sight. 1r .4 HIGH SPEED TYPE plea
psheturn- 45 Insure With Us.Peninsular .
-AT- A shoe store with a repair' de
the pho- ; IjWII
on I University tetts show 0 partment, should separate Its receipts Life
|graph, then I Flreitone Tires stop cars J We select front our paying a tax on shoes and

t to light 115 to SI% quicker 14.50-20, enormous .1..,"* of MAGNOLIAFISH hose eold, but paying no tax on receipts Insurance
i II reo Itreluct raw material the beat Co.
from repairs, shoe shines. or
ed and highest grade MARKETGuaranteed
and the .," 7 for the High, dyeing.A r
|ty! rubber and cotton ,
GYm-Dipped corda radio shop should separate its Litclun" Thonuta Agent.
oke caused s-k r y i blowout Speed Tire. In oar factory we Absolutely Fresh
? give greater i and receipts from the sales of radios,
elect the experienced
r eyes to 4" protscllon.Gum-Dipping most
build this tubes, aerials, etc., but should not
RUGdidn't- Tr Is not ted In olhr tires .killed tire maker to
f a' 'tire. Il Is accurately balanced pay a tax for labor receipts for Installation v1

to help IL +. t 3 and rigidly; Inspected and wet or repair Jobs.A I
i know It Is a* perfect a* human BARGAINS INSHOES grocery story would pay a taxi I
mlng the s '
i' Ingenuity can make It. on all receipts I FOIL PROMPT ANDCOURTJOU88ICI&VIC'IC }
oor to the 9
adlogllhe r ,z SI/E PRICE SIZE PRICE i A dry goods store would pay R'' : ,
q Wider, flatter ,tread tax on most receipts but might
ced downcaught 4775J9HD5.0019HD lo.os For
3 gives more than 30% '
classify for exemption, receipts
d y longer non-sktd wear_ 4.75-19 S.3 XI.OS
r breath.{ s 5.00-19 e.S >..2518HD.5017HD ia.xo THE WHOLE alterations, sewing or other serv I'

|Sa n n later ,Ice.
5.25-10 9.75 a.75 FAMILYEVERY
just com- .G. a.t..rtl0a 5.50-17 IO.7O 6.00-17HD 14.30 A jewelry store would pay a tax STA.
\\t up out of w flu. t on all goods sold over the counter
: erbw ..n 1'/or....... v DAY IS BARGAIN Hubert E.: Frleat
ewater.Tak.anotber. aiw DAY .ATSTUMP'S but receipts for watch and Jewelry
[ repair should be separated and ne
p breath be Volume-Direct Purchasing-StraiaM Lin Manufacturing and tax 'paid except on the sale of 'THAT GOOD GULF GAS '
Efficient and Economical System ef Distributing ,
down parts aril
quite to IOO Store and to 30,000 Dealer, ..noble.Firestonetogiv.greatervalu. A barber or beauty shop.would T
..at lowest prices
ntly div- ,F pay no tax except on the sale of

for nome cosmetics, razors or tonics,,

Patronize; An electric shop would pay on It's swimming time
Sharon clor appliances sold, but not on chargesfor
the door Bannister tried:to embrace Sharon, ,but she shrank Home Industry Installation or for repairs AND THAT MEANS A

ly.But enough not away- "Shuoo'darUnC_ you've. .got Branch on,your jnt' I When You Buy ,Our'.Dread, fixture A plumbing sold but shop not would on receipts pay on PERMANENT WAVE

moister .mind, haven't you?" Rolls. or Pastry,You Are Absolutely for labor on Installations or re- '
(' Ie en it 65 4AOS 50 05.1.n Sure It Is Fresh. No .. Permanent Waves,

*ai It had come to., rled':,to answer' it. Mrs. Nancottrose 6 O/ o Chance of Getting a. Stale A garage would pay on tires and $2.50 Up
I In accessories sold but would. no
the room again Sharon was from the table, the confusion pay

gilt deep In mingled ,thought of everything deepening when she I Product.STARKE tax on repair jobs, ,automobile., '

t fear.. She picked up the tele saw'"Mr,, Jordan. CMTUIT etaims nPi uNTlMalrn ,foul a TTPI. i I. gasoline or oils. LEILA'SBEAUTY

"n*. then hung up.' Restlessness "Good morning Mrs Nancott. n001m ernrjmv2 BAKERYJ. A restaurant, hot dog stand, cl-

waned! her. Where is Mr. Branch r he asked .f J Cartie.lhe Fur those gar store or cold drink stand SHOP

I "Sharon?" it was Bannleter'ee directly. Equal or Firestone would pay on full receipts
[* from the bedroom.. "Mr. Branch?" It was almost as Equal or superior to and ear A liquor store would pay a tax

I "Tea?" If .she had never heard of Mr. superior. sny special name, newlire on gross receipts .
I ... any so-called ....ra.le. ,A book store would tax
Sorry I'm keeping you walt- Branch "1_ why r what made brand .lre SIMMONS pay a 'e
g." you think'Mr. Branch was here" First Grade made for .gnat or safety ala on all books or articles sold but MEET TUB CROWD ,

"Thst's all right- "He telephoned the paper a half- Super o r ruse dlalrlL- superior ao very low Starhn, Flu. would not pay on receipts from

Reentered the hour and ,told the City desK Deluxe lines without book rentals. --'-
room., ago uteri tire m.d. .
of .n price Ibl* tire
1 regardless A tailor's would have to
took a the Bannister fol position
dip. He looked at her, how to handle the maker.
she said then he hung up. We name, brand l.'tis price: ha equal. I l'l"mblnlC"lId be clarified. He might pay on ma-
nothing. "Didn't-you lowupand a m. 0 r no
DIe? I thought I saw you-i checked and found he.had called or VT whom a.r.otee. el.... Electrical Contractor terials sold and be exempt on his The Spotlight I!
_de .
I the door here" from your telephone here." m K I labor.A ,

Tea. "I see." Mrs. Nancott,. said nodding HI7F.4.JS2I': fNI/'R Alal R mice n12i ..!!N:6: t7f. ruts. I shop supplying only services, j

He tried to embrace her but abe stupidly "i7.i UO-ZI ...., Uo.zt ...., 38sJI-i ....., Work such as hat blocking, she shining

"k away "Sharon, darling! She whispered to Charles !"Whereare '::715-19 7.7' 1.19 7.11 U5-I' ..d 4.M4I4.TS1 4.79 "I C Expert repairs of all kinds, would pay no LARGE GLASS BEER, HePLATE I II
W're ..... .25-1' 7.N tax under the law. I
all ..H
upset by this bnsl- they?" K.2S-1S a.seU LUNCH with, Large '
allly ..
"" You've got Branch on your '1I'm afraid they're'n' the!. sl.r.la: 1*.... l.IIa.11 ..H 1.1I0.19. 7f I Quick ServicePAINTING AMOUNT OF ,TAX-The ownerof G'- Beer ___-_",___.. '00'. }
'Hlt ".a : !!
will tax
.II''U one store a license
haven't ". _ pay ,
you? guest room Madame, whispered : ..roS'lOtlAJUYIJItI rlaro.rONAUarlOe, ,.prouionalar err ,_ .. 1
"!please let's back.. fa of f 10 and a gross receipts privilege ,
go Tommy.
lie off tax of 1-2 of 1 per cent on all
ihruggod. Under his lids his "Just a minute She ran
2? It on receipts for services.
my things." the door she summoned up needed for and, i
npply your ear Chevrolet Co.
With VrVaya you money on every .10 The owner of two or three stores
his move toward the door courage tu knocbu. There was no convenience and economy of having them appil.4.d'ca6BATTERIES INTERIOR OK EXTKUIOUDONE %
hiI gel the added will pay a license of $:SO on each
room Sharon' taut nervesbreaking' reply,,but the knob turned. at her you BY DAY OH
bed store and In addition 1 per cent
lItde a the point. She touch. ; I SPARK PLUGS CONTRACTEDOld of the receipts from the sale of ...
But wild dash for the stairway. Her Incredulous gaze took in the '
J Bannister had been still slept, her hair A Furniture. Made Like personal property
waiting for, scene.
tut Quirk spark The owner of four, five or six
ClllJItd 11I11.' "6 ran after her and spread out over the pillow. Branch, LEAKPROOF TUBES Lout,u S5 L withstand New stores will pay a license of $100on MALES AND SERVICE, .

her arm In a. viselike erlp. however, clad in pajamas, sat on Sealed acaloat Itt-Io..er 1 each store and In addition a tax W" have specially. trainednwMhunlc

did minute." the edge of the bed putting on his air leakage' : 'CALVIN JOHNS f 2 per cent on gross receipts and ulpnvnst Ja rP

You did!" she screamed bedroom slippers. He put his give from sale. give you the best. service ontalnuMft. ,d"t
.You killed i Mrs.Nancott aaaJI...... P. O. Box miHtarbe -
her! to hi* Up u .
The 'I fingers 58 The owner of seven eight, nine!!
door burllt :6 Florida
open like V entered "Shhh. or ten store. will pay 9200 on each
event 44041 PHONE HI
could bear. "Oh, .!... I
and Parr thunderclap and Branch It was all she 4.742541.aS.l1 f store and 3 per cent of all personal
Tan broke Iu. Both,were dlr- she screamed and promptly collapsed 2'S vplt gent u..... property sales. -

"Pardon Ulahevelled. into a chair.Attracted The owner of eleven; twelve, II
. me for being couple by the noise Charles fed l,. 'IIOMB FOLKS SHOULD j CONVENIENTLYLOCATED '
I .- ...aawe Ni.i4 GO..ae thirteen fourteen or fifteen store \
minutes ", too, A Wow. w =:!::f'M CNss1,
late Branch said and Jordan entered. Sharon : ': wka..wr N. JM KNOW WHAT TOURISTS will pay $300 on each store and '

had e00By Aftr I saw you dive I had been aroused. She opened one ... KNOW per cent of the gross) receipt on: Cor. Walnut Madlnon

the most terrible time'getting sleepily looked at. her, mother That personal sale.The .. J
011I of Your ... eye property BUY YOUR GAS AND OIL )
woodpile., and closed It again. -tj 'itQtNe owner of sixteen or more
:1'114f. aid. FROM
shale-1 -Hello BranchJordan DURDEH'SRESTAURANT stores will pay $400on. each store

4 the to foot: 'ons. .t jht very. much the man of the :world. and f 0 per cent of gross receipt

ens murder he went cut to pt "Hello" Branch replied cheer- .from the sale of personal property. STANDARDSERVICE 4
from the woodpI"Brillcb. '! fully. If the gross receipts tan la held

turned to Pur-rMnI, I Sharon opened her eye wide8OW4 invalid the license taut seal will be ,

-_are. Baauaiater. IawuJr ____ "tt ws. fete Me." ald.. Deal Service Station doubled< STAB

.. thethat'a &'OCIIC'to "Bert' Idea I,w. had" Branch !. The m..t'Mare;In Town. :' The**) arc example of how the

c lOll to the chair.". booted To EAT :Jew .would apply; If you are the Joe .Stotrnak.., Mgr,

for ter made a t.roc&oua:din "'He) aald'ther* wa no sense in {Continued. on Page 7)
. its' knoctIDC' Sharon explained STARKE, -
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Worthy Grand Matron O.E.S. Miss Mitchell EntertainsFor Woodman Circle YOU AND THE OTHERFELLOW you. do, you are dl

Makes! Official Visit Hers I Miss Kendrick Gives Shower Maybe it was the man who furnished great"When risks the in other crhnlnatillc fellow

I jociet Mrs Delia Green of 'tampa, Miss Lucille Mitchell entertained For Mrs. Harrington that definition of "tainted great;flnao you business do, you"
j Worthy Grand Matron of the Or- at a bunco party Thursday aft Mrs Kenneth Harrington of money"-"What Is "tainted money \ &rt
der of Eastern Star of Florida, ernoon at her home 'on Madison ?" he asked. Well It's like this "When the other
remembered here
made her official visit to the Street complimenting Miss Estellt Mayport. as 'taint your'n and 'taint' mine so, what he thinks, he's epiS. .
Starke Chapter last Saturday Kendrick, whoae marriage to Too Gladys Williams was honored It's 'tainted'." you'do, you are frank ;'ItI!,
night. bot Black of Gainesville, was an with a miscellaneous shower at That philosopher anyway, could "When the other

',; Richard-Ritch Wedding Black-Kendrick Wedding The chapter room was beautifully event of Tuewjajr" the regular meeting of the Woodmen have furnished the following paragraphs get caught la a new scheme fellow 11III

,. Event Of Friday Solemnized TuesdayA decorated with a backgroundof A color scheme 'of pink and Circle Tuesday night. Mrs. whose origin we do not a back-woodsy; whim i be
''I' bamboo and ferns, and basketsof green wsa''effectively used in dec Harrington was for several years know. Explaining our ways to us fail for the bait, you You IIQI
.. Beauty and, simplicity characterized lovely wedding in which much zinnias, gladiolus, roses and orating theMUclwU.lhome, for this captain of the Drill Team of the the unknown says:, tive/-Melbourne Times,co
the candlelight wedding: of cordial Interest centered was that daisies were_ placed at Intervals.In lovely affair,\Wit quantities of local Grove. "When the other fellow acts that .
" Miss Harriet Bitch, daughter of of Miss Mary Estelle Kendrick, the west was 'placed a beautiful pink gladlolu y;:tbd i fern being way he is ugly; when you do, it Schools ofof New York
Tuesday was also the seventh elty
and and Mrs James Hamilton of'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas taln
Mr. daughter 1,100,000
handpatnted poster on which used., The hTgbi )core prize was is nerves. pupils and
Bitch, and Henry Morgan Richard, Newton Kendrick, and Henry Tol- was inscribed the Worthy Grand ,won by Miss Madge MIddleton, anniversary of the Grove here and "When the other fellow Is set in teachers 18'
' son of Mrs. Annie Richard and the bert Black of Gainesville nephew Matron's motto "Scatter Seeds of and Miss Annie-Mae Pearce was the occasion was celebrated with a his ways, he's obstinate; when you
late Osceola Richard, which of Miss Lillet Black of Lakeland, covered dish banquet. >nioTicn OP KI,.: .
, Henry
Kindness holder of low score, each being are It is just firmness. ny the power vexed iJ'S"/
was solemnized at seven o'clock at eleven o'clock In the morning, Nine small girls, namely Sara presented a dainty gift. Miss Mitchell Decorations of bamboo and summer "When the other fellow doesn'tlike I I Board of Public) In..tru lIon.,,3 I">
evening, Juno 7th In the June llth. In the First 'Presby flowers were effectively used. ford County Florida ? r Bru
Friday hereby
barefoot, Clarice Thomas, Patsy presented] Miss Kendrick a your friends, he's prejudiced; el..ctlon to be held q h.
4 First Methodist Church, the ceremony terian Church. Dr. George H. her of Following the regular business don't his At the City Hell ton July. 11;
Keen. Wanda Whitfield. Elise piece of pattern silver when you like you are In Lawt., p'Epeclal ..
being performed by the Rev. Lowry performed the impressive session a social period was enjoy. Tax ""bool' ..
Green, Freddy Wlmberly, Edna Late in the afternon Miss Mitchell i showing you are a good judge of Bradford DINtrlet Na.
Bouncy, for
B. M. Montgomery pastor of the ed when several friends of the the .
ceremony. pUrpo. ,
ice .
Mae Moseley, Virginia Andersonand served a delicious course human nature. oleollnir three truntem
church. Decorations for the church were Katherine Klnlaw, dressed aspirates Four tables of bunco players and honoree joined the members for asocial "When the other fellow picks be ,mlllHB,. for theyears enalllnr an4 till Ir

The church was simply but of large potted ferns and other I entered the chapter room, several tea guests enjoyed Miss period. Mra. Harrington flaws in things, he's cranky; when For
beautifully decorated, the background green used to effect a backgroundfor circled each point of the star, Mitchell's hospitality. was instructed by two girls dressed I ea'ctlon the tot wing are bOhtlnr apPolQh 0ia'
being of palms and potted tall baskets of pink gladioli, as pirates, namely. Freddy shower Saturday night' at the pas maoa..r": R. A,
formed a double line and sang, "On Harley, J. T. and N
Reddish h
daisies I I LuncheonMrs. 'Wimberly and Elise Green, to accompany Corium
ferns, Baskets of Shasta placed In balanced arrangement. the Good Ship Eastern Star" sungto Birthday Rosier, CI.rk.
white and yellow gladioli were Through the impressive ring ceremony the tune of 'The Good Ship Lol- Olin W, White gave a surprise them on a treasure hunt The beach at Kalapana, Hawaii, I'I'I. W. C. Manning, Cnatrmnn.,
placed at intervals, and on each I the couple stood facing an lypop" accompanied at the piano luncheon'Saturday' in hon- and they directed her to the large la of coal black sand e7It7t.'L< J. (Or"f. yniONA
' side of the altar were tall candelabra arch covered with feathery ferns number of gifts which were hiddenin
by Mrs L. A. Canova. Mrs. George or of her daughter, Miss Etholln a -
',t holding lighted tapers. and over the charming scene white B. Flynn, soprano, in her usual White's' birthday anniversary. The an adjoining room.

*! While the guests were assem- candles, In white candelabra, shed charming manner sang "Worthy guests were .the.,little people of After the gifts had been opened
' ?.. bUng there was a fifteen minute their soft light Mrs. L. D. Vln- Matron. How We Love You" accompanied the church school class taught by and viewed by all present the ban .
& program of music and song, with Ing directed' the effective decora by Mrs.- Canova. Miss Etholln, and Included Merry quet was held. Centering the table PLAIN OR SELF RISI.VQ

ft Mrs., L. A. Canova, pianist, and tions. The Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Beta Knight, Shirley and Marvin was the beautifully decorated D
,$ Mr.' A. Z. Adkins, soloist. The Mrs. Ellery M. r avfa at the organ Green, and the Worthy Grand Patron Montgomery, Hazel;.Fields, Marjorie birthday cake on which stood seven -
opening piano number was "Pre- Miss Alice Fernandez, violin, Fred E. Mank of Tampa, Sue MlddleUm! Jerome Johns small pink candles Mrs. Von-
,,, lude and Nocturne" (Chopin), followed and Mrs. R. J. Davis, soprano, presented were Introduced and escorted to and Wanda Pearce. The children da Inman past guardian of the FLOURSk.
*? by "Narcissus" (Nevin). a program of nuptial music. the East through an aisle formedby bad a merry time over the lunch Grove and National Representative
{+ Mrs. A. Z. Adkins sang "The Miss Fernandez played "E Minor eight of the pirates. The cap eon, which ended with ice creaM had the honor of cutting this
>,-. Sweetest Story Ever'Told" from Mendelssohn's! Concerto" and tain of the pirates, Virginia Anderson and birthday cake- Cake. '
V (Stults), and was followed by a pl- was followed by Mrs. Davis 'sing- presented Mrs. Green witha ._ I O-Ibll. Sk. 12-lbs. Sk.lb.. Sk. 4t.li

\H ano number, "Venetian Love Song" Ing "At Dawning" (Cadman) and small cedar chest containing silver At Fcrt McClellan, Baptist Church News I' HERE ECONOMY RULES 24e 43c 85c $1.69

)P (Nevin). "Because" (D'Hardelot). The organist a gift from the Chapter and
oaf and Merrill Futch, son of Mr. and The pastor. Rev: C. B. Price returned
"At Dawning" (Cadman) used the "Bridal Chorus also a gift from the Starke matron DIXIE CRYSTAl-FIne Granulated
"Because" (D'Hardelot) were from .. the Mrs. C. A. Futch, who Is a memo last Saturday from Jack
f sung Lohengrin" (Wagner) e Mrs. Edna Hart. During the
f: by Mrs. Adkins just before the processional march, and the "Wed presentation Virginia read the following ber of the Reserve Officer's TrainIng sonville where he had been con SUGAR 5lbs. (bulk) 25cMARY
\. processional Promptly at sevens ding March" by Mendelssohn as poem Corps of the University of ducting a two weeks revival meetIng
.o'clock the entrance of the' bridal the recessional music. "I'm the dreadful Pirate Captain Florida is spending six weeks In .at the Woodlawn Baptist
a\ party was announced by the "Bri The bride was given in marriageby Kldd training at Fort McClellan, Anniston Church. ANN-Old-Fashioned ------

dal Chorus from Lohengrin'' her father, and was attended by This is my motley 'brew, Alabama. The pastor has Invited membersof
; (Wagner), During the ceremony her sister, Mrs William S. Gibson And we have come ashore tonightto Merrill is a>junior(( In the College the Methodist Church to meet MEAL Pounds 12c
f Mrs. Canova "Trau- i of Agriculture at the University with the for
softly played of St. Petersburg, as matronof make a gift to you. Baptists worship Sun.
"\. mere!" (Schumann); and as a recessional honor. Mr. Black was attendedby We're happy, carefree buccaneers and this .Is his second year in day as the pastor of the Metho- FANCY BLUE-ROSE"((Whole -Grain)- ----

,.' the !"Wedding March" T. E. Duncan of Gainesville ashi ,' The wildest crew you've ever seen military training. dist Church will be away attending

i Meade Issohn! ) rang joyously) on best man, and the ushers were We love-no one on earth but you Ladies Auxiliary Meets CO ::Jrence. RICE 5Lbs. 23c
,> James Bitch, cousin 'of the bride Worthy Grand Matron Della The Sunday School attendancefor
?':'" "The bride entered on the arm of and E. C. McClurg of Gainesville Green. The Ladles Auxiliary of the May this year showed a twen ROcK--GROVND---------
','j} 'her father, by whom she was given The lovely bride was dressed In So here's a chest packed full of First Presbyterfaa' 'Church of ty-two per cent gain h.' ttendance

& In marriage, and she was attended a lovely Le Mar model of pearl loot Starke, met Tuesday afternoon at over May last year,.. I. j I GRITS 5 Pounds 15c
,$ by her sisters, Mrs. Herbert A. gray* silk crepe trimmed with All the treasure of the crew 3:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. The ladles of the W. M. U. gave
y Durden of Marlanna matFon'of navy blue, with which she wore a We hope that It pleases you L E. Brownlee.' Mrs. George the pastor and his wife V: honor and Miss Dorothy Ritch, I j navy blue hat of rough straw and For It's every bit for you. U>wry gave a very interesting reVIew COLD STREAM Finest,Alaska PINK
.;iI""maid of honor, and little Betty Jo navy blue accessories.. Her corsage on "Jaoan and Her.. Peoole":
,' *Durden niece of the bride, nower was of sweetheart roses and The Worthy Grand Patron, Mr. a letter was al.o'read by Mrs. I SALMON Tall Can lOc

:\ girl.; Mr. Richard' best man was lilies of the valley.. Mank was..also 'preaeated with a Lowry from a.'mlsslonary in Japan
\W: ; T.. Brown of Jacksonville; andttbe Mrs. 'Gibson. matron of honor gift. A beautiful bouquet 'of dahlias which told: direct of their RITZ THEATRE RAJAH-Supreme.-QualitySALADDRESSING .
'! ushers were Eugene L. Matthews was gowned in canary'yellow silk donated by Mrs. May Powell, work. After the meeting, the hostess

d'<> cousin of the groom, and crepe with white'accessories, and florist, was presented to Mrs. assisted by Charles Ward i STARKH II'LOBID&PROGRAM Pt. jar 17 Qt. jar 33c

? Carlyle Bitch of Jacksonville, her corsage was- of Talisman roses Green by Mrs. Hart. The Worthy served. delicious refreshments.BEER' I ;
ft.; brother of the bride. and fern. Grand Matron greatly honored the -

; The bride never looked lovelier Mrs. Black is a graduate of the Starke Chapter by appointing Mr. BEGINNING FRIDAY GRAND\IOTHER'8-Frellh, Plain or SUeed
;.than In tier wedding dress of white B. H. S. and was active in athletic C. A. Futch, a member of the 18-oaV
T14oz.<< 24-oa. Wh. Wht. C'r.Vht
.Alencon lace, made long with a and dramatic circles. For sometime chapter as one of the Credential FRIDAY, JUNE 14TH. BREA
i A alight train, and her veil was of she has been secretary for Committee of the Grand Chapter 'It's A Small World'SpeneM' II 6c 8c ,lOc. ,8c 8c
;/:tulleHer; bouquet was of Tallsn the Administrator of District No. ot'Florida. He was introducedand -- -- -

;:: tn'Yoses &n\1lll1e.\ of the valley. "3., E t.t.Jn. OcaUu: She possesses presented. with a gift from the Wendy Barrie Tracy .SCOCO or JEWEL Wisest Shortening"' ?,., ,, '
(: TbeT'matron'bf;' honoi1 and toe a charming\ personality and her chapter. Mr.Glen G. Searing and ':'" ON TAP j '
?maidof honor each wore dainty lovable .disposition' has made her a Mr. W.: H. Hart were Initiated into SATURDAY JUNE 15TH. COMPOUND ,2lbs.lHilk: {. 25c

) gownsof canary yellow French general favorite.' '. the degree of the Order. "PRESCOTT KID"Tim '
7;1!mou lIeune-d"lIOlre and carried Mr Black, formerly of Lakeland I The treat .of the evening was I' SILVER BROOK Print er AAP FancyTubBUTTER'
7:, daisies. the wonderful address b/ : 12OZ. GLASS _
arm bouquets of Shasta but now of Gainesville was graduated given ,
I try,The little"flower girl wore'' frock from the College of Business the 'Worthy 'Grand Matron her 8UN.-MON.,. JUNE 16-17 Pound 33c

.of white moussellne, made long, Administration, University of subject being, "Character'' BuildIng ... "Lives Of A
;t and her sash was of canary yellow Florida, In'1933. and Is now a Junior /!' The Worthy Grand Patron .

,_"..tln..; She carried a basket at In the College of Law.: He Is also made a few brief remarks. Bengal Lancer" Fancy-Santa Clara 8UNNYFIELD:

rose.. petals which she scattered m vice president of the Junior Law Late In the evening a social period Gary Coper-Franchot Tone 70-80 ,Size CORNPRUNES
-"th' the bride, The men. CJaas) and a member of Phi Delta was enjoyed when the refreshment Richard Cromwell "
MW.. ..jMsi...?.,4' .*....4 -"4.l'tv1Yrra d"11- ,", j I Fftli", honorary legal fraternity committee served a delicious Sc Kathleen Burke '
/ J FLAKES18os.
"!4d' ,_of._bridal r- -'-' i pp: JCtppti ,r"l' Delta Sigma salad course. .
suits. a t TUES.-WED.. JUNE 18-19
( in white distinguishedgu4tt4
Colonels. J eal l SCCt Jh.e following
Immediately after the ceremony Pit and the ware mVrodu e4and_ welcomed "THE DEVIL. IS A 3 T
'','at'the church. an Informal recep- lety. Lbe.._ ____ 170 Pkg. ...____.._ --
of the Immediately after the ceremony: during the evening: WOMAN"Marlene
:'lion was held at the home
';'bride's1 Receiving with Mr. and Mrs. Black left for a wedding Miss Verna Bullard, past Grand
't Dietrich
;, Mrv and parents.Mr. Bitch and the bridalparty' trip Aahevllle., N. C When Matron; Mrs. Ethel Turner, Associate ATHAt"ES Cesar RolIW'roTlIUBS.FRl. I MACARONlor'Spaghetti 7oz. pkg. 4c
return'they will be at home Grand Matron; Mrs. Ger-
j: waa Mrs. Annie Richard, they I ARGO BRANDTOMATOES
otsMT'Of the groom. The wed- to ,their' friends In' Gainesville, trude Keen, Grand ,Adah; Mrs. ., JUNE ZO-Z1 .
and where will.reside. Mary McMeektn Grand Martha, 2 No. 2'/2 Cans 25c
dlIWeaIIe was cut by the bride ; they "Our Little Girl" .
guests Mrs. Bessie Beville Grand Ruth; 'LIBBY'S
served on the ver- Among the out-of-town
fruit punch was ,
? Mr. Mrs.'' Mabel Ramsey Grand Electa. Shirley .Temple
: anda., attending thewedding were: DEVILED HAM 3 Cans 25c
,,' After: the reception Mr.and Mrs. and Mrs. A. 1(. Black Mrs. W. W. The chapter was also honored by I
if.JUchard f left for a short wedding Tolbert Mrs. Ella W. Tolbert. Hon. the presence of Mr. Ben Green, RAJAH -
"trip to North. Carolina. Hergoingaway R. W Farnelf. all of Lake City; husband of the Worthy Grand Matron SANDWICH SPREAD ,/-pt.'Jar lOc

dress was of dusty Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. FieldingMr. Mr. Keen, husband of Grand .. ANN PAGE
1)Ink'' silk,frills, with which she .'''and Mrs. T. E. Duncan Dr. Adah; Mr. McMeekln husband "of I5c
'swore *a full length'navy blue faille and Mrs. J. W. ,Collum Mrs. EllaR. Grand Martha' and Grand. Electa's SUPERFEX !" CHILI SAUCE Bottle

j'ffeto, coat and navy, blue acceeeori. Pridgen. Mrs Katherine E. E. husband, Mr, Ramsey. CHOCOLATE FLAVORED ..
...,.' Moron, Mrs. Robert Beard Miss 'Visitors were present- from the COCONOG2lb.. Can 1 c
b< 'Among the out-of-town guests Frances Lon Miss Daisy Chestnut following chapters: -
wen; Mrv'' and,Mm. J.' Hamilton Mr., and Mrs. Claude. F. Lee, Hal ,Gainesville, Hilliard, Eureka, SAVINGSt CAMAY SOAP 3 Cakes 13c
/ ; Preston Roundtree, Waldo, Biscayne Bay, Areme Miami r: .
V\Bitch, of Gainesville. Mrs. H. C. McCaughran. + n' GELATIN DESSERT CHOCOLATE PUDDING
{7 Richard of Palatka Dr. and Mrs. Hugh D'Ama, S. T. Dell Jr., Mr. Beach, Hawthorne Lake'Butler tlkae 5
l"B.S: .'Carroll,. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. and Mrs. B. C. McClurg, Miss Polly Green Cove Springs.Preceeding cute SPARKLE Package' C

,;,Brown, Mr. and Mrs.-.- C. Z. Budrdath Allen Dr. >J. Maxey Dell, Br.. this meeting' Informal DEL MONTE '

( and son, Richard, Miss Mary Miss Ruth Cocke, Emmett Rob- banquet was beld'at the NO matter how far PINEAPPLE: No. 2 Can 17c
. ; cities -
.. -
[Jlr. Vlvlrette KlckUter, Mrs.Fowler Black, Miss.Mary'Parrl8b. Lake. eight attended the banquet. you can enjoy -= =: fm ay / CORN "No.:2Can. 15c
{'; ; Mr-;and Mrs. R. L. Richard, of land;' }Ir. ''and Mr. E. E. Hammond modern refrigeration. '""'>w,, FANCY PREPARED
Krell ,
i/Jacksonville; Miss Mary Demaree, Orlando; Mrs.,, Marlon S. Company have .;Th answer is-a Superfex Oil Burning Refrigerator.' 2Can lOc
TMrs. ar T. Dell Gainesville; Mr. WlggsJ; Mulberry; Alton L. till- bought''a cornet lot,on- the' .'main- '!\ No.
',and M.... L. F. Chapman. Joe Wallace Hard, Winter Haven; Prof. E. G. street of Orlando. : ',Operating perex'costS as low as $10.00 a year its IONA TENDER GARDEN -

Mr. and Mrs James Godwin Harris Sneads, Mr. and Mrs. W burners' Consume kerosene only .about''' two hours everyday PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 27c

"Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bitch of the S. Gibson, St. Petersburg; Miss LOST FAT then go out, giving you perfect food preservation (for '

7 State FarmEntertain Ruby Kilpatrick, Troy, Ala.,, Sen. Because She Heeded 24 hours. Superfex has no motor to wear out or "act "
Lake up, Mellow Pure Santos
S. C. City ,
'-, -- and Mr. Smith ;
j For DOCTOR'S'ADVICE no valves drains pipes or outside connections. You just OtFIf ]

Mlsa Kendrick Mrs. Burns -..-- light it, and leave it. C Per Powidllc|
Hostess to BoardA And Didn't Listen To allows ," .
;.. 'Mlases' Rosalind and Miriam Ja- Gossiping Neighbors! Superfex you to keep fresh meats butter cream ,

1 cobs and Annie Mae Pearce enter. very attractive function of milk,vegetables, without waste. The convenient ice tray WEBSTER'S
;UlnJ at a buffet luncheon and Thursday, June 6. was a tea given lairs. .H. H. Long' of. darted! *. l la'Superfex: give 32 large cubes at once..those same trays '

"kltcUen.*.shower Thursday at the by Mrs. Edward Burns at her Iowa, writes: "Kru chen was recommended may be used to make delicious frozen desserts. PEAS No. 2 Can l 10c
,fc'Jacoba residence on Madison home,at 4:30: p. m. for the 1934- to me by my doctor. .

Street;;In honor of Miss EstellaKendtick 1935 and 193 -1936 executive weight when starting was 226.Weight Let us demonstrate.Superfex to ;you. IONA. '
['\ ,.whose marriage to Tol-' board of the Woman's Club of now after 3 jars la 208. -
bot Black was an event of Tue.day. .- Stark of which Mrs. Burns Is the Doctor says I'm doing fln." A.B.CLARKLAKE TOMATOES 3No.2cans 25c
!' retiring President. After a very When Kruschen Salts Is pre ,
'3' of gardenflowers brief Informal business session the ,
: Quantities summer scribed by reputable physicians to CITY FLORIDA WHITE HOUSE.
;were used as decorations hbsteae was assisted In looking safely take off fat and greatly Im ,
''I, for this lovely affair, and Miss after the pleasure of the guestsby prove health--why listen to gossipers V ,R..F. D.:No. ::1 MILKSmallCan3c can 6c
Xendrlck was the recipient of her niece. Miss Elisabeth who don't want you to be TELEPHONE NO. I, ELLISVILLE,, ; Lgee
,many useful gifts. Craig Mrs..J. E.,Wilson and Mrs slender T Envious
,Those Invited to be with the L. A. Davis. Have a mind of your own-get a WHOLE MILK '
tbosteases and honoree were: A tempting'refreshment' courseof Jar of Kruschen to-day "lasts 4 .
'..< 'Misses Mary Canova. Hazel Mid- chicken salad,. sandwiches, potato weeks and costs but a trifle'Takea SUP.ERFEX8u2 CHEESE ;Pound .. 20c

dleton Flora Conoly Lucille Mlt- ,"chips, pickles and saltines half teaspoonful In a cup of hot .
'chell. Clara Louise Peek, Leila with "iced tea was served the J water every morning-tastes' fine TRY THE NEWNUOOA'
.'.Dee Andrew. Mina Manama, Ruth guests. with Juice of halt lemon added. If '
F<;::Sternberg. Hilda Durden and Har- -. you don't lose 12 Iba. and feel ) .Pound. 20c
''rlet Rltch. and Mesdames H. A. The celery'growers la Seminole years young .- money bac!*. REFRIGERATOR 'c" "

',0Durden, W. A. Glbeon, H. C. County are making $300 net per\ Mitchell's Drag Store sells lots of THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA COMPANY
I, Brown and T, N. Kendrick. acre on their. crop this .."eOD.t I It. :Adv. .. '' ,''- ,-. +
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,\ JUNE r- ". '" _m" '. '_'_ __ ------.- -." ;
U'0--: --- Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter .V, Mrs. W. M. Page and sons, Billy The W. T. Weeks Chapter of U. death of our mother, Mra E. F. t j .I

Fredrlka, are enjoying a visit I NAT SEZ.WASHINGTON: IW[ ] and Martin, Jr., have returned to D. C., enjoyed a. picnic at the Johns. The ninny her beautiful Illness and flowers at- 4
at Kingsley Lake*:with Mrs. Ed. their home In Jacksonville after a Weeks' cottage on Kinjraley Lake during
ofixa1 wards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W... several days visit here with Mrs. Wednesday afternoon of last week. her death were also greatly appre- J
Bits H Struth. D. C-Well Page's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs Jos. elated. t
folks, if there's Rennolda, N
anything you H. Struth. E. Wilson were hostesses. This was Mrs L. A. '
want me to tell the President E. Johns.
you the last meeting before the chapter's 4
Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and better hurry up and about ... i
Miss Alice Fernandes has returned summer
Ne sons of Jacksonville, were here and let me tl
In at receiveairways
home from Foley where twenty-five members were Aircraft In flight; may
Friday afternoon' visiting Mrs know because t ,
weather broadcasts by "-
she' was a member of the school tendance.
Stlth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I'll be. leavingfor r
OUlt PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND faculty for the past term, to spend dltelephone up to a distance of approximately 1
CONCERNING L. Brownlee.Mrs. home in the ,
100 miles. 1
her vacation here with her mother
TOWN Rev. and Mrs. Laurie O. Ray and
OF TIIE COUNTY AND next day Or ) -
PROGRESS Mrs. R. 3. Fernandez. Janet,
and daughter.
two. Did -' son Larry t
you Atlantic City the pleasure resort
L. M. DeSha and
daughter, -- -- dinner guests
of Fernnndlna, were
MarJorie of Wildwood, have been see my the pictureo fronCpa&8 Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Mansker and Monday evening of Mrs J. W. of America, receives 12,000-
I guests of Mrs. DeSha's parents, of the' son..Elvis, of Tampa, were guests White. They were enroute to 000 visitors every year. 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth, for of Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLendonthe
Brocket was ar Mrs. X R. Hardee, of Fernai TimesUnionThursday Tampa to visit Mrs. Ray's" parents
y Baxter of dma,was here Monday visiting her several days. 'J1I4r. morntrig -' | first of this week. While here Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Adams. and } ; J Jh

bore FridaY' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and f Well it Dr. Mansker attended a dental while away Mr. Ray attended the
Mrs. L. A Davis. short course at the University of Annual Conference of the Methodist h
and Mrs. J. H. Bitch, Jr., of was there, nSZ
151 VeraGalney of Brooke, Gainesville attended the wedding though maybe you couldn't tell It |Florida. Church, which convened iu

a visitor here, Thursday Mr and Mrs. W. M.' Wlmberl here Friday evening of Mr. Ritch's was me because the face is behinda Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Orlando, on the .12th inat.
and daughter. Freddy, spent Sunday mister Miss Harriet, to H. Morgan drum and the feet look Just like I --
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and their .
last ... CARD OF Til VNKS
spent i Richard. else's feet dis
Jr. from
Edwards. In Gainesville visiting Mr. and a of
Jackson.rlday house guest Mrs C. C. Cross We wish to take this method of
afternoon In tance. Anyway, my life-long ambition .
Mrs. J. C. Downing. Atlanta Ga., attended the commencement
_. to have the expressing our heartfell thinks
: my picture on
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harrington exercises of the University t
and appreciation to our many
N. D. Wainwright, Jr., has returned ,front page of a newspaper haa
of Mayport, spent the first of of Florida In Gainesville friends for the kindnesses shownus
been realized.
of Brooker was at from Daytona Beach whet the week here visiting Mrs. Har Sunday and Monday. the Ion guineas and
onteen real [ during i
T This is celebration. ,
sure a
business here ThursIng he attended the State America rington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ltl
to Legion Convention. Nat Williams.Mr. The papers try hard, but they NOI'KK' >K 11''III.ICATIOV
can't give you an idea of what it The regular meeting of the IT ATPHAKINO from the .Hid" You
is like. around to the Starke Chapter' Order of Eastern vlt filed In this court, wherein Huh
Miss Oraltne Hall of Tampa, really Drop suit for divorce
of Lawtej and Mrs. W. C. Struth and Lewis has flied
Dolly Dlnklns ; and store next week and I'll tell you all Star will be held at the Chapter niratiiHt Adolph iwln, thitt the res. '
after was a guest Sunday Monday children are visiting Mr. Struth'sparents of the Look -r
f here Thursday : about It. > D-/i room Monday night at eight lilum or place of business
visitor of MIllS Mary Brownlee at he Mr. and Mrs W. H. Struth! if' to attend wild Adolph Lewis I.! unknown: e
o'clock. urged
L home on Walnut. Street.:..:.... at the Struth summer cottage at NeW as this will be the last meeting Thnt him nfflAnt for ham over not Klirht neon or y hnrdof "ar"iThnt Right .
[raid Mlddleton has gone to, Miss Martha Brownies- of Jack Kingsley Lake. WASH DRESSES:: before the vacation. of Florida thi l-., known I. no person to .Affiant In the service Mete' tT,,

C., where,he of n subpoena upon- whom would
Wngton D. "as sonvllle, was' hero Sunday and Mrs..Jessie Mae Blakely, Misses : hind the imld' Adolph Lewis, defendant -

loyment. _________ Monday visiting her parents Mi Patricia Lambe and Thelma Draw $1.95LADIES'S Mrs. C W. Alderman. Mrs. S. P. IT In IS said TlltCHRFORH' unit: ORDniRRn, You had bent have your i
Pinholster of and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. dy spent Sunday afternoon in Vandiviere and son Pitner, Mrs.Geor&tt That the said Adolph ti>wlr'<, do ap.pear Eyes Examined. I have
,.and Mrs. I. W. Lake City visiting Mr. and Mrs. NDALS C. White and Frances la the bill of complaint! In untiltMMH .
;City. were visitors here Fri I Miss: Annie .Lou Dowling, of Johnny Balsden. White left Monday for Baltimore, Nlark. .now HratlfuMI on file county In thin Florida court., on In fitted glasses In for Bradford 37 years,. {1+ .

.afternoon. Birmingham Ala., is the guest of At Reduced Prices Md., where they are visiting Mrn. or bnfoi the First day of July A. BB3 people
I ', U, else) the nllrcntlona I of Halilbill have had glasses ;
her brother and sister-in-law.. MIand The Woman's Missionary Society Alderman's son and daughterinlaw IBHO .. confami.dKKitlnxt County
Ia will he taken k
n. B. E. Arnow and baby, Mrs.. S. S. Dowling.C. of the :Methodist Church will New Shipment Mr, and Mrs. 'Carl Alderman. you fitted< by me. So why not ?
several days visiting ref IT 19 KUUTHEU nnDF.TUW, that t Special reduction
ding hold its business and devotional MEN'S SHIRTS bv week you
thin notice publtNheil once
a in Ocala. I. Imbach of Green Cove meeting at the church Monday afternoon Miss Hazel Adklns and Woadfln for four ooiiMAciutlv. weeks, five issues for the summer rtl
t ---- Springs, spent Sunday here with at 3:30: ( o'clock.L. Halle were In Lakeland last weekattendlnl' In the Br.ilfnr l
Jr and Mrs. L. C. Ray. of FerBuna his son and daughter-in-law, Mi $1.00PETER'S the Young People's Assembly Bradford, a county newspaper, Floilda.SVITNKHH published.
are guests of his sister, and :Mrs. Charles Imbach. A. Rennolds has returned to of the Methodist Church. : my hand UK clerk and S. G. LEWIS
SHOESFor the veal of thin court, thin the it
J. W. White. Richmond, Va., where he !q an employee Miss Adklna was a delegate from day of May A. I n. 1035A Optician and Watchmaker ,
:Miss Melba Silcox, who is em of the Seaboard, after attending Uie Whole,Family the Starke Epworth League and J. TIIOMAM,
and Mrs. Louis Jernigan, of: the. Mr. Halle represented the Garfield Clerk ClicMilt Court, 111 S. Walnut St.I
r ployed In Gainesville, spent the funeral here of his Inadford county, Florida I
Ksvllle, spent Sunday with I week-end here with her parents, mother-in-law, Mra.E. F. Johns. $1.95 Up Evans Union. 11-81.lIt.8-U I !1'
ids In Starke. Mr.. and Mrs. D. L. Sllcox. --

Mrs. J. E., Mamas of Lake But- IT PAYS TO BUYATt -
tea Vera Manning of the Stat Little Miss Beverly Parka,of Atlanta ler, and Mrs. Emma Padgett of '
B, was visiting relatives hen ; Ga., has arrived to spend the Palmetto, are spending this weekat Maae By NASWORTHY'SI

Ing the week-end. summer with her ,garnd parents' Klngsley.Lake the guests of STERNBERG'SSlarke + CarnationGobi' SUGAR

(r, ,and T T.-Long which havKd < Dr. and Mrs.\ .W. B. Parka. ; Sheriff and :Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. FloridaMr. I Medal rh P T O TI

to their new home Air. and :Mrs. G. W. Andrew: and Mrs. K. Bruce Norman

recently purchased and'F. A. Andrews ,of New River, and children, of Jacksonville, were MILKS G RO C E R Y 5 Lbs.
attended the funeral of Mrs. E. F here Friday attending the marriage and Mrs. Nat.Sternberg. E. r
M Rosalind Jacobs bas re Johns here Friday afternoon. of Mrs. Norman's brother, H.'H. Smith and G., M.' Slstrunk are FINE FOODS M
\\ti home from a visit. withIn week in Washington
J Morgan Richard, to Miss Harriet spending this Tail Cans18c
Daytona Beach. Miss Kitty Hogaed went to Tallahassee Rltch. i D. C.. where they are attending SPECIAL PRICES

..daugh. Sunday, where she Is attending the National Shriner' Con- 25 C
re. H. L. Brownlee and the aummer.-chool at FlorIda Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson venti on.I .
Mary and Madge, were! vlsl'to State College for Women' had as guests last week at their I [FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 14-15 1

CalneevtTe. Sunday. :, _- I cottage at Kingsley Lake, Mrs. W. I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lawrence

Miss Lucille Mitchell left Tues. E, Knight of BunneH, B. :M. Knightof : and Walter Kessler of Leesburg,
!r, and Mrs. J. G. Godwin oi lay for Marion.N.: ,, where she Berlin. Ga.. Mrs. J. E. Maines I were guests Sunda .*of Mr. and FULL CREAM DAISY CREAMERY Fresh TOMATOES. 4c r'I'+'

ted attended the Ritcfe-ltlcbart win enjoy*several: lays visit with and Mrs. Aura Fowler of Lake Mrs. B. Jacobs and family at the '

ding, here Friday evening.Wall. ., Jer aunt, Mrs. Minnie $h .'fer. Butler and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. I JacobI'Summer cottage. at Kings CHEESE ,BUTTER BEAUTIFUL IUE,
: Knight of Madison. ley Lake. "* BANANAS _. _4 Lb._ISc
& Jr., 'a student at thertralty .
Mr., and Airs. Richard G. Kidt
of Georgia ,at Athens.. returned Wednesday from High-, ,. .'" ..... ;./,"r ..: Pound 20c Pound 31c NI< H HARDOoW..N
for_the .summer vacation" land Springs,'Va? where" they via LEITUCEC lOc
--. : Ited his moUler Mrs.: R. G.'Kldd, AGE CIIARMEJ&
to Ruby Kllpatrlck": Is thit REAL JUICYLEMONS
of her brotherinlawmad Sr, OFF E E Dozen15c hj

a, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. ViningM1 Mrs. C.' W.'Beasley and little NOTICE MACARONI -

son,. and Mrs. Mattie Beasley of TENUEIt
daughters Pound 15c
C. B. Price and Gainesville, are spending this week Package 4c CABBAGE Pound .3cHWKKT
tit and Helen have .returnedB
at the Jacobs cottage at K1n&a1eyLake. .!*
B visit with relatives in MlIn.
to all who sell 1 anything at POTATOES, __ ,10 Lbs.,_ 15cNO.
... ..
has return '
Mlas Thelma Drawdy COFFEE
Glen Searing Mrs. O. C. ijt- '"
to her home In Jacksonville, : 1 IRISH y
[tier and Mrs W. H.. Hart. after spending several "days, here POTATOES, 10 Lbs. 12c | '
In Gainesville Aftertwjorle ':
Friday the guest of Mrs Jessie Mae -7 RETAIL Pound 20c pound. 17c

1-- Blakely I NEW nED nunaPOTATOES.
g '
4 Lbs lOc
Sue :MId Ietan ol Jack1B .
Mr. and Mrs.. A. Thomas and I 'i f ROILING
is here visiting:ier grand' P. S. Denmark attended the, N U CO A YELLOW SKIN rril""
nta, Dr. and Mrs. W..XL JMld-: at I Bill No. 724 passed by-the
Plnholster Senate
oa funeral o/ Lester I ", B A C O'N ONIONS .__ Pound 5c
>- New River cemetery SaturdayRev. po. ,

,be1.Woman's Christian Temper-: I I J 1935 session, of the State.: Legislaturerequires \ Lb. 16c-17c Pound 20c SWEET CORN Doz. 15cBALLAKD'H PS's''

Colon meeting of Friday aft- 71
will be held with Mr... W.Smith. Wednesday. B. )toattend(. Montgomery the Annual left : that every person' .(who.iBells TABLE TALK OK HOUTIIKKN BKAUTV-1'LAIN OR HELK-IUSING
J- Confer nc.of which convened the fdetbodiat In Or! anything at retail shall apply to'i the 12 LBS. 24 LBS. .. ntY

t.W. A. Gibson and Church,
it Petersburg, are guests on.of lando.LS BuahneU He was by accompanied Mrs. :Montgomeryind as far State Comptroller and obtain a permit URi5 45c a

parents. Mr. and Mr. .T. N.. her FL
drtck. children, who are visiting
sister, Mrs. E. L. Holiday. before July 1 1935, and further 'provides ,

r* T. C. Hazen and Miss Ma-
Hazen of Brooker. were that any person doing

/last r---silos week taking TeSCbe..1 wNERVE'U after; July 1 without'; obtaining such e, HAND PACKED == TIP rOp.MARKE"rNo.I

*1d. E. Edwards lain Jack- permit shall be guilty.of a misdemeanor. ) TOMATOES MIL I K ,

s visiting her son andgblelctnIaw. '. f : (.'.na FAT HENS, Pound .20c

Wwards. ,. Mr. and :Mrs. W'I ,f ,. 3 for _ 25c 140z can l lVzc FlEES" LEAN -
I., 35c
r ;ands 1.1.8. CAN WONDER RICH
Bryant I convenience I am sending '
For :
wkjonvme, were week-end yo STEAK, Lb Z5c
t of hire + Asparagus -
Carroll's blanks to
''. H. Long. ) mother. a'supply of application ? pur FANCY WESTERN I?

_. = local banks arid the lIb. can IOc ROAST Lb. 20c
*Taliuiah ---- newspaper, the Can ____ 15c CHUCK ;

IIi w Alyce Marsh Marsh and of daugh.Jack Tax Collector where they will be avail WESTERN (.

e. were week-end pests of ;ff,'," TUNA FISH MACKEREL RIB STEW, Lb. -. "' 16c
Alma Bain. able. *':.,

t..=.>.('; 15c 3 Cans 2Sc BEEF ROAST, Pound 20c ''

The requires a
WORD TO emssonifgI. ...... BROOMS ROUND STEAK, Lb. 23c,

COLUMNR1INT ,37.wosMier.vsnr yo seas.at b tile teasJoiLM wife 50 cents to accompany "each; applica. SALMON ,WESTERN = .

Mid born a*,the "U .... :' '. 20c Each lOc LOIN STEAK, Pound 35c,4Ik,
: ,
1 to tepL,' -' W.t s b fJtjlead a..rmYs tion. .,

JJJ' aparllnent. Two bed, ervea ..,-. le...-...rswhar....

'khea. room Write dining Box room 834.; ,' Br.JTI' Mid ..laM. drer I will deeply appreciate the cooperation LA R D 2 Lhs 25c MATCHES, 2 Pklra. .15c n

or apply this office. C..;( J.'iilslsfMwls.Wf .,' of every retailer in puttinginto PEARL GRITS, 8 Lbs. 25c '

__' ''J 1M If rr
orHltD ROOMS: For sleep- : f>MtL d Act. PuFFEn
of this 8ths. 20c
IaoaIIgbt house keeping. Mrs. -. ... effect the provisions MEAL
..... .....UU WHEAT Special lOc
MadlsoD .. ,
SL 117 1 'ibhltem' '
M rwe-ob ii .....
Furnished apart- Dr. .... NenbS II -t/- PRUNES ._ 2Lbs.15c PEACHES, No. 2Yz can l5c x?
COOl light rents.utd a .... .. fors I....-I,.... to. '
Would tiro Path ha's.
'1''t112 !S. r"I'..IIL. J. M. LEE COMPTROLLERTallahassee : ': Juice No. 2 9c SUGAR '
Walnut Grapefruit can
St. ,UpC& ,.. ... .. PEAS l7c'
*. a&rR+esr .... .... 4.I r .I
8UPPLIES: Typewrit- Florida.. ">*.. IJ.RSEV-FRESI.: ORAPENI1T

Piller.adding typeWrite machine ribbon paper.,.] 'I CORN FLAKES, ,,Pkc. '.7c FLAKES, Package lOc'
-.chllle .
q paper second ,I i"" r/
B&Ie at the Bradford ( \t.l M\t,
)'ererrapia office.' Phone .. C'I'u
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s +Jyf A + ,P I" h 9p "If : 'Na r ; +
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y .. dniN 'ups ..,., _, _, ,' 'n" 1 v,_

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Gives PointersOn I TALLAHASSEE

Worm Control from Here's the Monroe.another N.hilarious C., Enquirer story: S-A-E railroad have authority commission from! Rail the'> lit 1 1tIIetr'

"Next time Stafford Belk goes out to Ine

FARMERS SECTION Nelson Green supervisor of the to run robbers'away from his hen LIVE NEWSNews amounts freight on charges in ..:
screw: worm control program In house he will no doubt take'pre A Wlthtu;
Bradford and Clay Counties, this cautions. His friends are telling state except for certain coo
Conducted by Demonstration Agents week Issued the following bulletin of a disaster which befell him Sat- of Florida In Short Paragraphs ties. Increases were i not ally!

on control of the peat urday night daring the cold wea --J on fertilizers, grains, teed,
I What to do: ther. He heard *> noise which betook cultural Insecticides icldes. fuse

....... Provide chute or brake for the to be thieves,visiting his hen baskets and hamper lea
fiLl. ;scr; td. I stores
4lJfr UIV
: & ?: out of bed, phosphate, and
treatment of or screw hoyse.,, He Jut ped: UhI
k worm infested animals. grabbed his goto,' not stopping to FISH LAW VIOLATED DOHERTY CASHJACKSONVILLE when used for agricultural

tW Hints To Housewives RURAL > x a m Inc all livestock for don anythJnKtiatthe* night shirt P ALA TKA.- Putnam County' -A large cash polOe.

-' 1 wounds, daily if possible, and when he had on. While burrledly peerIng Initial arrest under the .recently donation, and a guaranteed expense -
COMMON ,SENSE such are found apply pine-tarvot around to see what was going enacted law relating to the sale of account tendered by Colonel Henry BUY LARGER CARS
from Home Demonstration him '
$ behind
; Weekly
(specific gravity 1.089, dehydrated on his dogsneaked up black bass was effected on the TALLAHASSEE: The
Specialist, TadahasAeeDERBIES By SPUDS JOHNSON and acid free) to the wounds to and .tuck his nose against an ex- take City road aI Frank King, I... Doherty, head of hotel prop- motor vehicle coml11ll18lon' Ita

prevent screw worm Infestation. posed spot. It was so.cold and state conservation agent, arrested erties in Miami and Nassau, this orda show that FiorlJans< are

RURAL WOMEN CONSERVE Fence a small pasture near the startling that Mr. Belk jumped, John Simmons, local negro with a week Instilled new life Into the ing ,larger automobiles than ?
FOOD AND SAVE MONEYBY both barrels of his gun went off, fish.: did last ;year. As a th
house or watering place where anImala load of the All Florida Committee's effort to resUlt, the
; Dewberries, blackberries, blue CANNING SURPLUS Infested with screw worms and lo and behold, he had killed" .' establish a state advertising fund. tomobil owner are paying a

berries, elderberries and mulberries can be treated every day until the eight Rhode. Island Red hens. STILL WANT BONUS Payment of the Committee's organization creased amounts for their Uce
i out
who a laugh
Canning work is being carriedon Anybody can't'get Commission records
healed. the"
wounds from Doherty
take practically the fame with a vim in many sections of are of that mental vision needs a drink DAYTONA BEACH-The FlorIda expense sale receipts up to showed
method of canning. The condition the state at this time, according Use benzol (90 percent commercial of vinegar.-Lake Worth Herald. Department of the,American contribution made possiblethe year were $...331.9 8.n.June 1
of fund
establishment trust
to kill the screw worms and a The
) adopted -
ru of the fruit will have much to do to reports received Extension by Service the StateAgricultural at any eggs on or around the wound, Choose high ground If possible and Legion a resolution today calling for Immediate Into which all monies derived from 540.82.tal for all of 1934 was u.241

4 with the quality of the product and then apply' a thin but even cut out the brush. 'cash payment cf the bonu, the recent membership drive are totalled Tags sold so far this*
Gainesville 334395.
Berries should be> gathered in coat of pine-tar over the woundto Do not fo.U' to look over your No metho4'of financingwas nam- placed for the exclusive purpose of 351,768 for Last year, ,It*
housewife Is the
shallow trays or baskets, and not The Florida rural keep the files away and to aid livestock often and at regular Intervals ed In the brief resolution which I advertising Florida In the north. entire year
the busletseason
in deep baskets or buckets, which now in the midst of With healing. carried by a thundered voice vote. +-.
for her.
of the
allow them to be brulahed or year When wounds are difficult to SUCKED INTO CHEEK
toward winter, when she HlHf<>ry
crushed:! They should be uniformly an eye invaluable : TAMPA-Guy Martin J
: treat or when they occur JACKSONVILLE Jacobs
will not have many of the fresh The screw: :wbrJhrfly lays its eggswound PALATKA WOOS BABE: >
ripe and sound and as large as animals the services of a competent the steady decline which began was drowned In Spa niahtownCnJ
fruits and vegetables which are on "offall) kinds on living PALATKA,u.George Herman
?j possible Sort carefully and wash veterinarian should be .e. here, after he fell Into the strwJ
available now to serve her family The eggs hatch In.six: Ruth still has 'a chance ,to realizehis lastAugust the active general re- swollen '
of fruit
by placing a shallow layer cured: by hard rain while trJ
she is putting a supply hoyl7s and ambitions- The following let load la Florida reached 66,064
and In I busy up to twelve, ; theyoung managerial to
strainer dip recover a
In or schoolbuok
n not let that will come In handy during the Burn carcasses of all animals as worms burrovJPlttto t the, fleslv.but telegram, signed by.Jeff cases in ]March-the lowest point The W
; and out of water. Do was playing on the bank ,
after death. since the start of the ERA activi- of
hulls and months when supplies of these. products soon as possible maintain contact with an air sup Emerson, manager of the Palatka creek with ;
stand In water. several
stems. Pack In hot clean Jars ai are scarce.: Perform operation., such as ply. From fo without crush Reports show that much more marking, branding and castrating the worms" become' grown was sent to the Babe: "Will you for April and May Indicate a ed to retrieve attem
closely: as possible the winter, that Is after! further drop in the case load, ERA and fell into i
Do this a few In canning Is being done In some sections during (about two-thirds inch in length) consider management of Palatka water.. His
ing.' by putting body was
4r a jar at a time and gently pressing of the state than ever before killing frost and long enough be- drop to the ground, bury them baseball club. Wire best terms." headquarters announced. The most demeath a culvert as swept his
that the wounds decrease in the als
1 pronounced was
fore May so
Into place, layer by layer, Until Canning plants are running full date. Use selves and change Into a resting Betty Marie, 7, screamed for
will be healed by that West Palm Beach sector which ex- hel
tired from which the flies
stage emergeIn
blast. Many a ,
full. Fill with medium The
emasulators of the pincer type as 50TH ANNIVERSARYTALLAHASSEEUnnotlc.d perienced a drop of 22.6 per cent, was recovered later l
syrup, hot. Process pint jars In from the day's work, now walks from five to twelve days. ex- the bay several hundred
far as practicable In castrating.Have while the Ocala district followed 'I
In the to shortest from to adult
q water bath ten to twelve minute; Into her pantry evening period egg cept by few was the fiftieth anni- away.
quart jars twelve to twenty mime look with pride on the neat rows of all young dropped between was found to be nine days; usuallyit Sunday of Florida's constitutional closely with 21.9'reduuctlon, Miami -
utes. Remove jars; seal at once. full Jars and cans which line the November 15 and April 15. Young requires fourteen to fifteen days. versary convention of 1885. Ev- showed the smallest decrease, DECLARED'OIi-)
shelves born during warm weather shouldbe Wild and modestlc animals and occasionally 2.19 per cent.
fi Juice in the where the MIAMI-A
Blackberry en here capital city ordlnince ton
; 1 gal blackberries sugar Increased canning activity is a watched closely for screwWorm people, are attacked convention was held,no ceremonywas Itinerant merchants was decli
1 water., definite sign that farm women aremore attack. during the ,period. from May to planned to mark the passing BANK NIGHT CASE unconstitutional by Circuit Juu
Select sound ripe fruit; crush and more resolving to storeup 'Look for the Gulf Coast tick; November. of half a century' since Sam Pasco TAMPA-A second attempt to Worth W.. Trammell. His mil
j and heat slowly to simmering the farm surplus for a day which attaches on the Inside of the Treatment the convention president, call set up a valid claim in law against was made in releasing Jacob Tyn.
j point. Strain through a jelly bag. when there will be no surplus. It ear, especially of sheep. If this If blood or pus Is in the wound ed it to order on June 9, 1885., I the Tampa Theater Corporationfor manager of a woman's read-tl
g Let cool, pour off carefully to free Is an Indication that they are Joining tick Is present, make a light application swab it out with cotton. Apply a recovery of I'a $650 "bank wear store who had been arreit]
from dreg. Add sugar to taste; in the LIve-at-Home program: of pine tar oil to the tick small amount 'of benzol (commercial night" award waa made when attorneys for refusing ,to pay a license a

about 1 c. to 1 gal. of Juice Is whole-heartedly, for,canning the infested area with a swab. Many '90, per ctnt) with a rubber BARRED IN MIAMI for Mrs. Hazel Greene Fe- The ordinance, passed by the l CI
pleasing; pour juice Into hot bottles -, surplus and storing away for another coses of screw: worms. are caused bulb syringe"o'r: pour it in from a MIAMI-The Florida Legislature lix entered an' amended declaration Commission. Dec. 12 eat abllab
put sterilized stoppers In'' day comprise a very definite by this tick. narrow n.ckedbottle, wait: about legalized slot machines, but in the case. The new decla- graduated license fees for me
lightly, put bottles in waterbath' and Important phase of this program What NOT to do: three: minutes, then apply .more : Mayor A. D. H. Foasey Intends to ration is in compliance with the ant who do not operate the y
and process at simmering point for ''Do not allow animals to be lenzoL Make sure that all pockets see that they do not operate In this Court's allowance to amend. The round or who had not been local]

80 mlnuteo. Remove from water, Under. the leadership of home wounded unnecessarily. Do not In the wound are reached. It" city.' He backed up his statementwith suit Is based on the theater's"" in Dad County a year before I
} stopper tightly. When cool, dip demonstration agents and supervisors -allow nails, broken boards or other deep hole is present pour benzol on orders for police to pick up drawing of the plaintiffs, name act was adopted.
ks stoppers in melted paraffin. (From farm women have acceptedthe I snags to remain where they will cotton plugs and insert them inhe > and bring to headquarters' all machines for a $SISO prise the night of Feb I .

,F. B. 856.) Continued next week) canning idea and, in addition, Injure animals. Do not use untrained pockets of>the wound leaving -he calls them one-armed :1., The suit allege. Mrs. Felix: appeared American paper money will t?,
have learned much from the dogs In handling livestock them to work out naturally with bandits-found operating>. In the "within a reasonable time" 0,000 times, by actual test wit

"4 I agents about Improved and new because their bites Induce screw he dead worms. Do not probe the city; but was denied the money' out cracking or breakingYou'r .
f;iry e e e methods of conserving foodstuffs.By worm attack. wounds or cut Into them., This ___un __

KicfneyPoisonjsDp canning supplies '''of fruits Do not ear mark, brand, Castrate causes bleeding and attracts files. SNAKE BITE FATAL'
and vegetables now. they are not or dehorn animals during Cover the wound and the cotton TAMPA-Bitten by a ,rattle-

only storing away good things to warm weather. If It Is absolutely plugs thinly but evenly with com snake while working in the yard of I \\m In terrible
; you suffer burning' sweaty m cat for thtlr families later on, but necessary to do so apply pine tar merclal pine tar oil (specific gravIty his home at Own yesterday morning I suffering from

frequent urlneUonbsduche, they are saving money also. The I oil to the wounds immediately and 1.065, acid free, dehydrated). Dr. Leonard George Lamer shape I Wonder broken threads
headache. ,dlitlnsw, Iwol//.., feel and more they can, ,the less they will l every day till" they are healed. A small paint brush or clean cotton 68, former Tampa physician, died what ails met !
enkle*? Are you tired,110111--1. have to buy.. ( During summer pincer type emas- wrapped around a stick are at Tampa Hospital. The snake J. & P, COATS best6cord
..*ll vnttrung nd doa'l know what. I Is On with the canning program eul. ,tors .may be.u.ed.j They ,are useful for this purpose. Examine struck Dr. Lamer on the right
wrong? and may' it continue to progress. not recommended for use'on boar the gums and jnsldes of lips of infested hand and he was Immediately thread keeps

t Then give, tome thought to you '. Dp not' probe the wounds with animals', these places often brought to the hospital here.' He
and firm!
kidney Be rare they unction/ 1""'". I' TRAIN !: sticks or wire to get dead worms become Infected because ,the la survived by' his wife, Mrs. Grace 1 L2514 me strong

ly,few ,functional. kidney disorder per. SouthboundNo. out. It starts bleeding thus attracting animals have licked infested Larner.,

dP !'I :, sill aeess..tI. to stay. 1ft tII. blood, 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. files, and may introduceserious wounds., When animals are examined .- -
c Ned to polio and upttt the. whole NO. U.-Duo Starke 11:00'A..M' bacterial infection. the following day look for STATE'S CCO QUOTA :
blood in the from the'
No 107--Due Stark 9:42 A. M. Do remedies
.Ydw. : not use containingcoal
wound. If it is prelent'or If
4, ;
kidney only. They err leeommended NorthboundNo. such materials are likely to injure' of the benzol and pine tar oil. Tf Administration has announced the

the. world over. You err gel the. get* 2-Due Starke 5:22: A ).f.: the wound or poison. the animal. I' there Is no bloody discharge or fly state has been alloted a quota of

nine, Ume4eH_ Do****,et My drug No. 12-Due Starke '4:35: P. M. Do not rely,on fly traps and lows simply apply the pine tar 4941 white and 2000 negro personain

',' ....: No. 108-Due Starke '5:11 P. M. poisoned baits to prevent'lnfesta.ttlon ell In, and around the wound.,' the enlarged program of con-
Starko and Wannee Branch j of animals,
Benzol and pine tar oil are gen- servation camps. The enrollmentwill
No.. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P.'itNo. Do not build your hospital pas rally available and each costs be made between June 15 and I JUST

CANS PILLS 102-Arrives Starke 1:00: P.M.T ture on bushy land; screw: worms about 40 cents per gallon. In drum August 31, Rogers said. ANY

J. GRIFFIN. are worse In such locations ots. e THR6AD i iI if iw

: -
JACKSONVILLE: --. Go error
Dave Sheila last week said he has

THE MOST FINELY 'BALANCED.'LQ. Elt.' :CAR.EV.E BUILT no Intention of resigning his office .
,4.1 before the end of his four-

!., j, .- year term In January, 1937..,Before
leaving for Daytona Beach today,
';- ,tIQf the governor lasted a statement

"to quell once and for all reports
You cast that I am to resign to accept a position -
'', 's in Washington or to becomean

'i, .,\. better with a ; A A 1 Ay official, .of the Elks Lodge':'
I .

-Phil S. Tay-
(; ,
ROD lor, director of the State Inspection .

Service, has said approxl:

ZjI mately 5,000 gallons of adulterated I
toB> rw. gasoline! was seized by the state

wewti.uerrw from bulk storage plants and filling -
,,' stations in the past feW days
It will be used for trucks and I isk
tractors at state Institutions The
' N'x -?", ., Y al Vr gasoline was adulterated with kerosene
"Tp' ;: ypNc41aY:
y 7q'yv,; Y i a t, and other substances 'Tay. e.
a. C "b an i$ hc lor said.

i ..1..I. ... .. 0.e
TALLAHASSEE"Dissipating: j bCuteoriginal
,; suggestions that I might not enter -
*0L the, primaries"' a. year from now eost'andupkeep' : ''I

+ ,. e'' O a State Treasurer W. V. Knott announced
he would be a candidateto ''
+' 4t succeed himself In office. He by ,building arterial streets,

t was appointed treasurer and'> Insurance .

TM M...., .At Lmmu Cmp., commissioner In 1928 for of f.C'ON"CRETEyOll..aaon.
the unexplred: term of J. C. Luning :
l\- .......' Nowhere else, ',in 'new Matter D.Luxe Chevrolet I who died. He was elected to tileoffice

;, ,,: Save. mondy-gt everyhlng-own a' the ;.entire' field of It' the: enly car in ita price ,and baa' held it since that "*
., driving. 04, coo- iry and Improve the avlxarepovet.
motor can, will yon pt such range that.brings you Body time.
: .. First, because concrete of the MiibborhoodIf'tb -
--- --*-
= Master Da Luxe balaaoed'dedsn'balanced .by Fisher ,
Turret.Top con. of
streets require little pkeep and / .lIfensiuRl j
1'' THREE DIE: str.ei are
: riding 'qualities ,and balanced straetion, Knee-Aotion Rid. >MONTICELLO '....,: Missing for Use the 10D,'". Second, because Fedmsl.Aid hibwsy. 'e'j
performance at such aura and Blue-Flame .......e-ba...... three days on a flight to Alabamato ;you save lag*.,oil,tires and tan money may' be svsiUble. \

P CHEVROLET ,j>risin ry&MOj>ric ..ID the .engine. See tbit finer car-toJkyt: visit relatives,, Mrs. Harmon repsfrmCoacrete, new pavemeat.Insist .

CHEVROLET: MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT'MICHIGAN Lowmanand her two sons, one of for ..feq.
Is sad evea safe it concrete
(rue ; on
C.ry.ea..dentwatl..s.r,...J_G.U./.Cr ";J'Crr..llMas.Fat.' them the plane's pilot were found .. .
.. s., dead In the wrecked ship nine .drains quickly,increases visibll-, comfort sad moae,-.. I.Prts

'tb .li .. ,4 miles south of here. Members ofa J
eat rescue: party guided to the scene: ,,.WI ft.,.a...C,.uJ-_

ljJf: lea .s pp by aviators, who sighted the ', ---' -ASSOCIAT-

r' /INp LJ l nWNt l the wreckage bodies from hire and the said air, the brought craft 1- PORTLAND. "' Hurt; CIMEMT Bid*.Atlanta.Ga.IHisuuiHs'fqr .

': i. .Gtea aovtlrrsaasosy apparently had been forced down ,,I ....... sdl." \; Modern
during a terrific rainstorm last 'I -
Tuesday. The plane was demolished J ..\ t..u_............"_''''''

Torode Chevrolet 'CO. when It struck a cornfield and .1,1I- ......
bounced into trees at the edge of 'e A { !'..!,..!..................

' STARKE, FLORIDA I swamp. The bodies were thrown 4" CiIN'.t.:..assn:.. .......St'dO""
.' !=pletr.an badly mangled) .
"c \ ar

'?. g tY
y" -? hr ,C'siil' t 1. ,4 + ;$. tt ? N..ar' i4: .1t.

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*: 1955 KttAPFOHP' fMJNTr TKUBGRAm. 8TARKB:, !
: -- -- ---_ _._ ----_ -0 -, ._ ..__ _______ .._ _, -,- -- n -

::;;;---cPUItCB DIBEOTOBT 'Fuller'sFlorida PELLAGRA |I rise by the use of yeast. We are

also told that much selfrising'flour

MY C.school S.W'flST B.-,-,'rlce o'clock CHURCH, p"torda a. muraingWorahlp .,, I WEEKLY FINANCIAL Letter NEWS : The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures I : pre the During decline slon, pellagra the Fewer early. seemed part canes of and to the be few.df-I on is In making not Is used sold bread.Pellagra with In the. self-rising South. Yeast flour'

p10 Flor-
t er deaths were reported In I
is serious
'l'bolll1s.! 11 ... m.F la and the other southern states ,
easy to prevent, but difficult to
63& p. m we s.4 than during the preceding pros- cure and often fatal. Pellagra patients *
U. ; 8 m. BRIEF! SUMMARY of the past / perous years. In 1034: however,
p. like
WorshiP consumptives soon get
wing from financial stand- a '. there In Increase. Whether
Jeotlnr., WednU7:30 legislature a was I
1 'tY.w r so they cannot work and earn
Teachers point is as follows: this was due to the accumulatedeffect to
money buy suitable food. This
: P an.'Id.week service Wed- BONDS. A-Defaulted units of dietetic deficlnecy of a
Prayer v places them in a serious dilemmaIf
3 member bttratlon number of or to a recent
through years
IlL tom they do not receive help, so It U ,
a.y, 8 P- board with blessings of circuit tt omission of protective foods from Important for everyone' to adopt '
Metboa.s Church courts, settle their debts when and the diet list we cannot be quite the policy of preventing pellagra F

M Montgomery, Pastor. If fifty-one per cent of the bonds sure, but we have been convincedby by eating some of the protectivefoods
?. the brilliant work of Dr. Gold-
rv .
Sc'r.ool-10 a. mWorahlpll agree._ ;T 7 every day. I.
undaY berger and other. that pellagra Is
a, m.
B--Towns and counties-except
Any person with brownish discoloration
owing due to a lack of certain foods.In .
-7:18: p the dozen so who rushed to
League or excuse of the extremities or a
worth of the
early present
Worshlp-8OO; Pthese themselves through specials century much was said about condition resembling sunburn or, 4

OU are invited to all serv- laws--MUST set two levies, one corn spoiled and corn products chapping of the hands, foreftrms,,

for debts, one for operations with being; the probable cause of the feet, legs, face and neck should

erMbytrrlnn Church taxpayers having option to pay disease. Other foods have been suspect pellagra and consult a

Minister one or both.CWhen. similarly under suspicion, but thereIs physician. If one member of the '

v.George H. Lowry SchooL creditors sue they no food or poisonous substance family has pellagra there Is probvble
Sabbath must file names and addresses of need of Improvement in the
0.00 a "i-Mornlng Worshp; known to cause pellagra. It Is,
1:00:: A. real owners of the paper. however, true that the exclusiveuse dlot of the entire family in order'

moo by the pastor.Christian En.VQf. D--Judges may for two years of certain foods Is very likelyto that the other members may escape '

SO IJI-Junlor fix mandamum levies In accord- I be followed by pellagra because the disease

Worship. ance with their option of ability of certain foods such as corn prod Physicians, teachers, preachers, I'' { ,\
Evening (
.30 p. m,- the unit to pay-If Gov. Sholtz ucts polished rice, syrup and fat all educators and leaders are urged ;)!

Church does not veto as expected. Fed- meat, contain very little of the I to help prevent pellagra. by }} 1 r'
I first! Christian eral loans exempted from this and pellagra prevrntatlve.' People who talking about Its cause and about 'i

Ism T. McOulre. PastorP'School the two levy law. This two levy are too poor to buy good food and the foods which will prevent It. ', ',

10 a. m. law has about a 60-50 chance to not too poor to buy poor food are (Taken from Health Notes published i

Communion, 11 a. m. survive state courts. For first the ones who have pellagra. Perhaps by the Stats Board of

Urlatlan: Endeavor, 7 p. m. time since 1827 bondholder Interests r the meager, life-sustaining Health.)

yer meeting Wednesday 7:30 lost control of the legislatureand grocery order of today has something .. Clennle Hickok R. N.

no laws desired by them pass to do with pellagra. Perhaps FERA Nurse, Bradford Co.
teaching Second Sunday ed. 'many families are willing -

| and 8 p. m. TAXES. Unless the courts interfere rA merely to exist on this allowance 'Although he traveled extensively ,
-- and lack the ambition to a ,
Church taxpaying in high levy and among English-speaking people, '

JIoIeWood I Baptist Pastor default areas will pretty generally The CrucUUi.o.-"And they crucified Him, and parted Ills garments, casting lots I that It might be fulfilled garden keep a cow, or even mini-go Lafayette's knowledge of the Eng ,-
?. L O. Hemingway. stop. them, and upon my vesture did they fishing and provide even a lish language was very limited.
Bibledy which was spoken by the prophet, they parted my, garments among of foods
Sunday. mum pellagra preventing
rrtces every A-The 1929 tax foreclosure law His head His accusation written
lots. And down watched Him tlicroi And set over
at 3:30 cast sitting they up
Services : vegetables, fruit, milk, chicken,
10;15 a. m. was repealed. THIS IS JESUS THE KING OF THE JEWS, Then were, there two thieves crucified with Htm:Ion. on the

ock In afternoon. B--Tax deed law restored with right hand, and another on the left. And they that raised by reviled Him wagging their heads and say-l, eggs, fish. t\.tIA

( -- CHUBCH modifications In favor of the prop- Ing, Thou that destroyest; the temple, and bulldt it In tree days save Thyself. If Thou t be> the Son of Yeast contains the pellagra preventing l\I ,
BETHEL R\TTIST .with the scribes and eldera vitamins more abundantly In S dayeCOLDS 1
erty owner. God, come down from the cross Likewise also the clef prlexts mocking Htm. ,
Rev. I. A. DonuV, Pastor C-Law adopted and constitu- said. He saved others; Himself lie cannot save". If lie h. the! King of Israel let Him now come down than any other food. Perhaps the I 666BALVM t I

services every first Sunday. tional amendment submitted to from the cross, and we will believe Him The" Bret three" fr.! .->"la l record that following the crucifixion, simple expedient of using yeast drat II.r
Sunday School 2.30; p. m. taxes ALL "And about the ninth hour, Jesus bread gives more protection than
people exempting from there was darkness over all the land and the veil I! of th t"'-pie wan rent.
Isible Study and Prayer Services homes up to $5,000 widening present cried with a loud voice, saying, Ell. Eli. l rm't m"i Mlnil. ? t I!-rat l Is. to .say My God, My\ God, why hast Thou we suspect. We are told that practically Llgnan -TAR.1'S NOStf Tonic and "

r'i Saturday night. law which applies only to forsaken me?"-Matt. 27l 43. This l1lusu'a.ioll is from Mcilan's story of the Bible In pictures engraved all bakery bread la made to Drove LaxativeFor .- 1

HEADS of actual citizen families. In 1625-1G30.

D+County and city boards created I

to adjust delinquent taxes at NEW REVENUE LAW. 1 till property owned by Kogan ,Smith,
Conservation Camps
!OB JONES] any figure desired. AND WHAT IT MEAN In Bradford County; Foremost Expert RepairingSmith's
On HereAnd ,MONET. With the 1933 talk of (Continued from -Page 3) Benefit,, To Properties and Budd properties, In

\Comments II IIThe ECONOMY entirely absent the lawmakers owner of three stores you would ( E. C. IANKENAU)' Clay County and the McGulre

Hereafter, .upped direct cost of state pay a license of $50 on each or Businessmen and residents of properties, in St. Johns County.It .

government about twenty per cent $1SO and in addition 1 per cent on Florida now realise what the Civilian Is estimated that the present GaragePhone
to a total of eight and a third millions gross receipts. If your business, Conservation Corps mean to work assigned to the company will
[ writer baa often said that allowed road expenditures of work the
for ensuing
; less services, amounted to $10.000 them and the state at large. give them
Jllltg a man does not'make one over,seven millions a year to continue a month, you would pay $100 A Although at first opposed, the eighteen months. The technical 120

murderer. A man is a murderer without discussion; createda month in tax or $1,200 a year a national and private forest enterprise work of the camp Is under the supervision ;
Vote he kills. Stealing does not couple hundred or so new political total from the two taxes of $1,350 universal of Mr. B. C. Laynes pro

u a man a thief A man Is s a jobs for the Governor to fill; a year. But if the gross receiptstax approbation.now has practically It will command ject engineer and the woods workIng L Wrecker Service Day or Night
let before he steals. The test of the cities new sources three
any should be held unconstitutional appfoval In the future, and crews are supervised by
character !Is what you would of of moment to replace
revenue foremen.
pj the license tax would be dou the extension of the national and
k U nobody but God ever knew It. homestead loss levied new taxes
; bled and 'you would pay $100 on state forests has been recognized
f you would kill a man if you on legal Instruments, liquor, slot each store $300 a year in all. The and 'as necessary as "HARD-T6-GET7r""GJRI. FALLS d
as important
old and not get caught then you WHEN A ?
machines, all retail businesses, es owner of one store would pay $10a the creation of the existing national I :
a murderer. Suppose you were chain stores ((1-2 cent
pecially per year and in addition, 1-2 of 1 percent and state forests.Businessmen .
\a room with one hundred thous.id to S per cent.) Taxes were reduc on gross receipts, which, on a as a whole have "HARD-TO-HOLD" FELLOW '

dollars near you and you couldM :ed:on NOTHING although lower business of $100,000 a year would reaped the benefits through disposing FOR A

M! and absolutely know that auto tags gasoline, elimination. of amount to $500: or $::510 in all. But of supplied needed for the
body on earth' wouuld ever: SXAU}? portion of,ad valorem m 4llager } feature shouldbe
I if the gross receipts camps Staika' being'flearby reaps -get set for
sieaTltTI your
_Ji you, Would you I some nuisance taxes, were held invalid the owner of one the benefit of selling' suppllos

jou would then you 'are a thief. expected. store would pay $20 only, regardless which must be purchased otherwise gayest and most

I the murderers are not In jail .SCHOOLS. .Although practically of the amount of business by the Army, than through ,, "
d all the thieves are not behind to $10500000 ,- entertainingserial
members was pledged the quartermaster" department. w
II bars. It is what I am that from the state to schools done.WHEN TAX IS PAID-Each' And the forestry department* story .

mis with God. Man Is a sin they got a certain $5,000,000 (half place of business handling any : must make local purchasts of all n !

., When he become. a Christian I a million less than formerly), avery tangible personal property at retail supplies not purchased on con + 1' ., t

t Bible says he Is a new crew-:- I, uncertain chain store tax including: the sale and servicing tract. This brings thousands .of He promised Ihere'd b.

The literal rendering" Is' hot optimistically estimated to product of products for consumption dollars annually to this section of "No more ladle*I" after k

"new creation.. four millions if paid but hitting on the premises, with the ex Florida; which would not have 1 he met his heart's desire ,
f independent merchants for ceptions noted above. must obtain been expended had there been no i'h.
'. only' fa forger II fhe
Recently a great lecturer on the ,one-half per cent of' gross saleanyhow a permit from the comptroller. Civilian Conservation Corps organized ; +'
Iform! at our college said "A ; a vague promise of "par To do this an application mustbe ,t minute her bock was ,,

years ago we began,to study ity" with other items other than filed with a fee of CO cents and Building operations are now underway f turned. 'i-:

hoiogy but we have about deIded for state officials for the remaining the annual license ranging from on the eleven new camps i e

I that man has no mind{ to millions. Heavy local ad vain $10 to $400 on each store paid by; which will be opened during' the A I

idy"" Then the speaker;* whoa rem levies or scanty schools is tho July 1,. this year.. month of July. Portable buildings 1,;' 4, She's as spirited as she's

great scholar, said.-"Man;'in probable. answer this year or IN On August 1, this year and the will be utilized for housing the beautiful. but can she

u i fallen state is Incapable .01 CREASED state ad valorem levies first of each month thereafter, men, in place of the tents formarly hold this "love bandit" tf

king accurately." He was not each place of business must filea used In some "t>f,the- camps. ::wlth'a weakness for
king about man's 'Inability to next.REFORM.. Legislators reluctantly statement with the comptroller It Is probable that the members s Af

'[ out a problem In Mathemat-. reclrcuited judicial districts showing gross receipt. from the of Campany Ijaiyrprtilch,' recently] bright eyes and ruby lip?

i or measure the distance..besen 'In answer to 1933 constitutional sale of personal property during,. moved to Clay cofltoty,'ta the vicinity D f
stars He was talking about cutting circuit judges from the preceding month. The privilege of Penney 'arms, ,will lathe -
us Inability .to' think; out,the forty.two to thirty-four for a piffling tax based on gross receipts, near future, bai toused in these It's racy, rollicking

roper philosophy of life.: .We read savings of possibly a hundred for the* month of August will be porta bill'buildings :nstead of,the romance and It'lly
i Cods Word that man'by;wla- thousand; created a state based on the receipts during July, floored tents they now useThou> ; '
>m knew not God. No man'bu with $100,000 expense ac and so on, month after month. The sands of dollars havs been spent In r furnish more laughsand f
i himself the power to think count to administer'' Federal money graduauted percentage tax thus this way by the Government' In thrills than any. serial 'In.
must be paid by August addition to glvlngSempIoyment! to
disregarded fool 1933; levied months)
h .ththelSon ofroGodiis'necee- amendment for ;calling for classification IS, and by the 15th of each month many carpenters, who have been

to thereafter. paid the wage scale .specified by
7 our Intellectual life. Wall of cities as to charters and
fere; said that every man Is Ig the usual myriad of local PENALTIES-i-There are plentyof the Government. ?:
"nt about something..Man may passed everything from teeth In this law. Unpaid taxes Company 1431 CCC. which now M
bills regulating
irk problems, in Mathematics river bullfrogs to wild carry a penalty rate of 2 per centa occupies the eamp' ly occupied

d''make experiments In scientific Oklawaha in Collier County. Totally month. Refusal to file a return during1934;, rear\ Penney DON'T MISS THIS NOVELIZATION OF THE ds't
laboratories i turkeys by a fine of $1,000, Farrna./beurs/an viable! .record
Is punishable
.and yet live In sIn and disregarded was new constitutional
PfeUectual! darkness., bills, Imprisonment in the county jail for While at their torpor location near
.What;I can of,local city ;
inhibition fraudulent .:.} constructed LAUGHING STAGE HIT IT'S GOOD FOR A
|thematic and 9ciedce"-do-'for 'of.many a future law six months or both. Making Old Town Florldaj hey
eura cause
!lie when I am In sorrow or when four late, createa return is punishable by a fine 22 miles telephone! lines 601

COllie to the parting of the toad. suit. DID years citrus districtentering of from $300 to $1.000 or Imprisonment miles,. of,fire breaks,:cleared 3459 ENTERTAINING TIME FROM
1 don't new congressional jail for one of fire hazards:'built 2 steel DELIGHTFULLY
county acres
know in the I
which to ? and belated
I bring
way, go Orlando )
: _
Wba 1241 :
t 1 lootrout towers, spent
need ls to: have W01W8 ins "to .Jacksonville, and year or both.Action'
IIfe'l way that -Wonderful: justice their enormous for debt or sssumpslt days fighting for..t-lIrea,built:,8d ITS FIRST EXCITEMENT-PACKED INSTALLMENT
,. splitting
Miami by
delinquent miles of'roads,
and 89
I against any bridges
li said to Hls dt.clples"Lo: : each the'head of may be taken
to make
em with '[district followed by attachment and planted 308 acres la pine trees, collected
you always unto 1935 cenjusbrought
be. end of the age." .even i a new one.a. new The representative new to garnishment. ",300 bushels):of pine cones TO THE SPARKLING SURPRISE ENDING !
the real con
and Bay at the A lien Is created against for seed purposes-'besides
growing Broward of the delinquent 4 buildings, landscaping,
I Columbia and snd personal property stmrting .
I expense of declining which can be> handled likea fencing. etc. 5 5I '

/ Santa Rosa.was honestly senatorial But blandly done redistricting, would disregarded by Judgment the sheriff and on the warrant property from sold The present to Company'wor.k'proJee 1431; comprisesthousands J assigned .. MO 440 It I I A 01 IS rry4

-. .':: .,: which. If small West Florida the comptroller, which is held superior of acres of'valuable timer ; ,
strip many a to mortgages and other naval stores and farming,
and Old Florida
county of its Senator

of its legislative control. Law liens.Permits may be revoked by the store license law of 1933. iro1e wild Metr..Go/dwya :

and proposed constitutional: amendment comptroller for violations.' AN ADDITIONAL 1'AX-Th. Mayer Ae. meWe a pillar.
with the
K x: p'e rlenced porvlde the aged pensionsbut Those who fall to comply with taxes imposed by the IBM law are ttrrlngMA G.wrVnf and ;I
legal right to Old Age from doIng In addition to all occupational licenses t tR.bat
eating En money the law may be M.stsem.ry ,
no .
OW < law makers provided business in violation of It.Cbar&e. and other taxes levied except :
glaeel' ad.' workman'scompensation
: Narrowly' limited act of 1933 I
% be brought againstiolators the store ]license
vise and may
buy law.flnauy'enacted.Liquor .
16071 which Is repealed.No
Boiler- lasnr- laws stopping ,just shott on complaint or inform Chapter other tax Is repealed STARTING ; y
IIIIee, Voted ation. $
of (the.old swinging doors. The delinquent Is entitled torn WHAT TO I>6If you deal In

a million. for state' buildings as hearing before the comptroller any of the personal property not NEXT WEEKBRADFORD
technical "matching" of FederalUnions summons and swear wit.eases. tempted and alto> In services, -

S for relief and set up sound who may. The merchant also may goInto make arrangements to set up on .. .'\\If IN _.
eleven-member-board' ,torule( clt classification of, receipts :
: .
but books a ,
the levy,
:little too court to contest your .-.At -
rus; saningrperbaps.a full amount claimed due that will enable you compute '
.Ide at If so. the \
strongly tortheshippers: the, amount,received from
must deposited In the degUtry r :
&rower's expense. court. sales of personal property alone.Do "' F,
I of the ,of COUNTY
the first day
-- take credit on July this. before
'Four hundred and seven. farmersat Dealers may the comptroller an-
receipts '
on gross
.. t,, Bonlfay,I Holw County. have i license payments payments), for ,:August or. ounces application blanks are TELEGRAPH: v,
r with UW ..govern.meat taatruetlcns wills
signed contract of September for unexplrvd portions available further t f
reduce'prednaacs pea- m
to of taxes paid under c-u.. repealed: given. '
1933. &
.[I.n during

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t i roll of the 1935 spending e. though he showed -

;:, v Bradford County Telegraph Maybe You've TOO LATE From Other Pens II heard That was time one and item again before which election we. advised him that he that bad his the lalt,)
right to
::1 Established 1877 1 ; would be given special atten pawn the Jewel Sad
TO CLASSIFY tlon Not again should the state not defaulted on the loan
) Heard It ButBrlght Judge brushed But'
'r*. MEMBER LI 'lA>RtJSSRLI KAY 'TinG CITIZENS CREED""My have} to pay the enormous bill for and told the this excuse Iii'fi
clerical and other "help" permitted that
{ / tSiFLORinA PRESS ASSOCIATION S...nt."Y. Florid he.. A>... town Is the place where my We was no better than a the| Du
where business by preceding Legislatures. con> !
I y home is ; my dlnary thief. Hnc
\ 1935 0 Saying: is situated; where'my vote ts don't know the figures aa yet but
.. --J.o'Ul1a/td ::J. The beat bright saying of the Well how -that,"'the legislature cast; where my children are educated all Indications as witnessed during When his counsel aaketllbll

I; .. __ __ ____ __.. __ '_n __ ___ _.::' ,_ .._ week Is a trifle ribald but too has "came"and "went"1 maybe we ; where my neighbors dwell the session are that; comparedwith be admitted to bail Pending
; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class good to keep and I* absolutely au. eught to aettl0Kd0w thentlc. A younglad of three abJaf'tnaklnr' were mere pikers. It Is Jy not. and ordered
we can do a llvln'but' is the home spot for me. My i him
the Office Starke Florida
at Post at
; Matter had been his the Senate had 300 up forthwith for
.. summers giving the chan itt 4q we won't.Just town has the right to my civic slated that nine monW
-- -- mother a merry time of It what about the time we get loyalty. It supports me, and II, clerks) and hired hangers-on which I Here in America we
I', E. L. Matthews_._______.______.__.__.___Editor and Owner with upsetting her- favorite house ready to forget about politics and must support It. My town wants mad:!be exaggerated., ed the tvnr--.-t- nf-- "P a.-have. ,all

__- _. ___ __ .. __ __ _n .._ __ __ plant, pulling kitty's tall and refusing see If we can make a sale or two, my citizenship not partisanship; I The attache bill for 1933 was on ball pending ap"pTal< gor
'k' SUBSCRIPTION RATE In no uncertain terms to along conies a flock of sound- friendliness, not dissension; sympathy $110,000.;: Most attaches are incompetent I simple matter for criminals n to It
take his afternoon nap wagons and stump speakers to Inform not criticism; my Intelligence ,, a few of them really lay the!! processes of the law '
,, I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance ""Son," the frantic mother cried, us- that we don't need to not Indifference. My town !.earn their per diem. times for a year or two. '

,;t: Advertising Rates on Application sometimes you worry me so I feel think we can pick up our knittin supplies me with law and order; At the close of the 1933 session, But In England -a
-- -- like jumping: in the lake." and go on where we left off because ; trade friends, education morals we 'made art investigation andpriuted breaks the law be he duke man v

=i Wonder just how long it will be before Iluey gets a movie The precocious youngster had the, important question ofelectin''a recreation and the right of a free ', fIgures' showing that the pocket, gets what l la coming or pi i
f evidently been listening: In while President, a Governorand born American. I should believe In Florida Legislature cost !'more that hlm,with no delay whatever J
I offer? his elders discussed their more a whole slew of minor officials my town and work for It."-Washington session than the Legislatures of gene a person of the t
n Sh personal ailments. "Mother," he has got to,'be decided and with (Georgia) News-Reporter. twenty-seven other states-and social standing of the family

}, similes"; said "you're just constipated, the limited time between now and that was with a cost of nearly $l,* Manchester being sent to Duke
Add ; As impossible as a fancy dress ball in a that's all." next summer we've got to give the RECORD FOR EXTRAVAGANCEAn 000 a day less than the cost of the Boston Poet.BAt'HELORS. jail br
nudist colony. matter all of our Ume and atten evidence of the careful consideration 1935 session This year's comparison .
All Ears tion. given matter of economy probably will be much more
p--0---- These too, too clever women who And so the- great political Mer- by the late Legislature le furnished I unfavorable to this state OVER: SJ

The most reliable sign of better times is the one read- think up stunts for parties are goIng ry-Go-'Round' Is never ending and by the figures of the cost- Some year the people of Floridaare "WARPED"
to great lengths to outdo one never over. i We- spend half ourtime of the session. going to elect and send to Tallahassee Here is a tip to the girls who
Ing "Help another. If they don't look out tryln'V tf** 4e I who to vote The. 1933 Legislature coat "ap -a Legislature which will planning June wedding and i
.--o------ they're going* to outdo us, and several for and the';otti One exchange asks what in-so rare as a smiling face at a other good people we know about what they'll do after they're than Its most expensive predeces save the people money both' in that next year Is leap year,
i meeting of creditors too. For several years withoutan elected. sor. The total bill was $2 '.121or Its own expenses and"In the cost comes from no leas an' author!
m outward protest we have worn But Ifbe&,1nto look like the $4,233 a day for 60 days. 'The'av of other departments of state government than Paul Popenoe' of the i
o silly paper bats and pretended to coming; race for Governor Is goIng erage dally expense of previous -and some year, so the Angeles Institute of Family Re,
;u What every young graduate. should know: That there be vastly amused with every kind to attract! darn near, as many sessions has been 43,000. The ;J633 rears say there will be a mUlenl.um.T.mpa tlons. Statistically speaking
Is still plenty to learn. of childish toy (which hostesses candidates as there are voters. As session cost $202,502.-$5l.539leee, Tribune. says there are very few bathe!
1 for no discernible reason call "fa- near as I can figure nut just about than the one Just ended. over 35 who are worth marry
0- vors") from colored balloons to everybody In the House and SenateIs There can be no excuse for such STERN JUSTICE "The single males of 39 and i u
The elimination of grade crossings will take a lot of the. horns that.make disgusting noise I scheduled to make the race; unbridled extravagance. Evidently The Duke of Manchester arrested he explains "comprise a prejxa,
thrill out of motoring. like a Bronx cheer. But now all cabinet officers are slated by the Legislature gave not the for pawning his mother's jewelry erance of mental and physical <
comes a woman writer with the the i expert who dope out such slightest heed to the volume of'the' of which he had the custody, fecttves or men whose outlook]
-0 suggestion of an Easter luncheonat things; at least two dozen PROMINENT outlay for Its own operation. Each found that one of the proudest titles BO warped so Infantile or egocci
Gs Speaking of the New Deal, the Supreme Court seems to which the guests wear ears- citizens- have been men member, when a candidate toldjtr-* In England gained him no concession trio that even the moat optimal
have trumped the President's ace. large furry ears-over the more tioned. I people that he would exercise,every I at the hands of the law. maiden willing to marry a nun I
modest ones that nature Intendedfor I understand that nine of these possible Influence to keep down He was forced to stand In the dock | reform him would recognize t
o members of the human race. candidates are all going to .be costs, 'to make for this session a like ''any criminal. particular job as hopeless
,, From what we hear fifty per cent of the teachers are underpaid Of course It's too late for this elected by.'the American 'Legion' record for economy pledge as : Hew a s quickly convicted. Ida AdvocateRITMONaTfrIOPLEWENTTMATfAMNfftCrnr

and the other fifty per cent are unpaid. .year but just In case you wantto seventeen; othra" are walkln' faithfully' observed as the usual
startle your friends next Easter around with all the Baptists' votes campaign promise. _
oM we quote the writer: 1n their POel" .. On the other The people will\ be Interested{to r'k
bird'tells k tl w'b urrf 6 nMnp'x,! 'rn, ?W ,, f t, ; 4I,,' ,',; #,n m u,',! ,a'ih"
The Winter Haven Herald j
that hand
remarks me'
a person can "One 'way to make your guestsall one that his see the figures'for. the attache pay-
easily forgive an enemy after getting even with him. ear. In anticipation and also at candidate.has! the Knights of Co 'J gubernatorial Ya REA
:your Easter: luncheon Is to supply lumbus' behind blm and can't lose. thing about belli1 'r'1Ir 'll M 4f%JA r el
o Of alr' candidates,--; -wouldn't be.,exactly
these furry addenda to their i course .Cthe candidates are
A man often gets into trouble by dotting the i's in love physiognomies yourself. Just make -smeared'frorp' (ead to foot with right at this time. But'nev full accoua

letters and winking them at members of the fair sex. a pair of ears out of fairly stiff pa. Union 'Labels'; They got 'em In ertheless they are atayin' right'In in The Sanir
per for them to draw pn over their their hats, on their B. V. D.'s, In the middle of the spotlight so they day EfentaPost.
o I own. If you want to be more the cuffs of their trousers and on won't be hard to find In case they Time
The world has not become messed up in'another war in elaborate, you can cover the ears their ''handbills.'i .- get the call. r ColIUr'iLiberty
'spite of all the talking some so-called diplomats could do. with fur, but they're harder to [! While the legislature was in session Some of 'em are goln to run 'on ,w? "' w""sc a ua, w+'m w etc
keep In place that way, and just several fellows who weren't [HEIR record while one or two
D plain paper ones of whatever color handicapped\ by beln" a member others hope to win out by runnln'
When fame beats a path to a man's door.it sometimes you choose will create a startling tNid( 'to;steal a march on the.legtll- on the other fellow's. It looks'' Mme
makes it 'Just''that much easier for the wolf to find his way effect ,)latlveMboys by sneak i' around like it would be the most 4

there. Of course if you want to be even from high school to high school promlsin campaign in years and
more elaborate you might fashion( makin'' commencement speeches It's gonna be'a question .which( .
-" 0 your ears out of mink fur and or happenln In at civic luncheons guy can out-promise his opponent, '
A musician says that most of the popular songs die almost sprinkle them generously with silver find say In.: a few words. But if you ask me I think, us

', at birth. However, some of them don't give up with- sequin., but some hostesses! There really ought to be a law poor .sufferln' taxpayers and so/.
consider this a little showy and to prevent these birds from fud- erelgn citizens ought to' have a I
out a struggle, others Insist that the effect is too gin'. that way!. They ought to be few months' vacation. If we could
o startling.: In fact t the; record made to,wait,,until they get the just,, have some kind of a closed
Henry Ford has been given an honorary law degree by shows that one' elderly dowager gun and all stilt at the same time. season on politics it would be *
upon being presented set of Of.course none of 'em said wonderful thing. No wonder half
a any-
Colgate University.. Wonder if he has found out yet who real fur ears was so startled{ she ... -- the country is starvin' to death
i' Benedict Arnold was ? did a back flip right into a table return for .a week-end here sometime when Instead of beln' permitted to ,
0- of hors d'oeuvres. I ,soon-: but says .he' 'doesn't pay some' attention to our own %.4A4! J4. a lt,,, ,x%a.aryVlll''
Whatever want' tQ be elected President anymore business'we are called to
might be said upon -
You now have to have a permit to run business but against If
your the practice of furnishing extra we were Huey Long of spend half our time trampln' '
'it doesn't guarantee that you will get the business even after ears at luncheon It must be ad- tM.'m.agl1&lne'advertisement.'' ; we around a kln' folks to work and "'rid's l '

you have the permit. mitted that the Idea has Its gooJ woutdi\/t'permit those appetite- vote for so and so and then after f
points. As near as we can esti- taking ones that show photographsof we elect 'em and get that agony
Q mate It cuts the odds about > athletes foot etc., in the last over with,' bein' called on to devote .
r. Albert II.- Wiggin says there has been no new type of per cent that you will hear what fifty stages Also we would sprinkle an the rest of our time to wrltin our

V crime in 100 years. What about the,fellow who eats potato the woman on your right Is saying occasional '\ugly person around Intho.e Senator Representative or ..some 'col{
xn chips in' a movie theatre? about the dress of the woman who cigarette ads. After all, the body else about this or that ped-
Is sitting at'the foot of the table. homely.folks'smoke just as manycigarettes' dlin' petitions of support or protest .
i 0- This in itself is a strong: argument perhaps more, than thcomely' and endoruin somebody's cousin rMS :, tN

The circus boasts of a man who can turn. his head com- I In favor of ear luncheons. .'. : ,lads. Ezra for Postmaster! e hYES

pletely around. lie is the, one fellow who can cross a busy However there (Is one precaution
that must be observed .by the V
IN street in comparative safety -
discriminating hostess., If real fur
-0 ears are used she should first see

. A college, professor says that the boy who stood on they that they are given a generous ap=: leys r '

burning' deck was a moron. There is no telling though what plication thought of flea to powder.make the On effect second e SIR i

m f' : folks will, do for a little publicity. even more startling she might ,
0 wait until the guests have donned ?
I the ears 'and then THIS IS'
sprinkle them
j Perhaps the
reason with
,; crooners are so popular theIff' with flea powder. "
'1; :wome Is because the ladies,are looking for a man who'll be. -' '_ MM4

} able to)help! ')put the children to sleep. U'untfd. : A Communist IT.
We're getting mighty tired of l "
a :
alarmists insisting that our fair ::
scientist> says small doses of sodium rhoilfmate( will country literally lousy with communists

i.i prolong life,for a'period of two years. Some good Samaritan and then falling to show '

", should pass the tip on to the G. O. p; u, one or even telling us wherewe 4r. /1
might place our finger on one
1H' 0tale If anybody happened to ask If we'd IP

The'' Washington Monument has a new. cleaning; the at'ela communist today. 'To hear these ALL-WEATHER
'fl: Eifer Tower has .a new coat of some of our best speakers and ''
paint; now If Queen Mary 3.0' JETE'RE";, not guessing when we
'35. would just come across with'a new hat. writers you would think the coun /Vtell you' the famous .'G."" Ail- EVIIENCEPILES i
try was teetering dangerously on NES Weather give more than 43%.greater
--0 the brink of communism and needed r _.Iklel mileage.' N .
pi, Some say'itwas, the best session of the Legislature we only the added Impetus of one and Backing up the experience of our J',...
'' more Red,to shove It Into the "C-J" customer to .Iclence-.I *. .g" 'G-3" ar.--r
't t'. 'have ever had and some say it was the worst. To the average abyss. For our'part however, we HlSNEWSPA ER' taHmonp-tatha.d. coast to coast by Ian Mwne Mn p"ea
real "-'
't -citizen.howeverit was just another session. refuse *o get excited until someone New York d.tecd.e.lnapector Police. Faurot of the "PROVED! ..... Moat

- actually bows us a comma. 1 ,ONE FULL YEAR lie found that this greatest Goodyear BEAL NONSKID4Mdj a.rLe.e-"*-
4 ''v nlst-a real one with wild eye and tire of > -* ** *
,A'new' history I.
'disease standing even
-thickening of the skull-Is said to ba up oOYloUl
; >> bushy hair like you see in the better>> than we've dal...... c'IOVEDI! c MAAGll'loItbill ;
more prevalent in women. Go ahead and make your own Hearst papers. Even then we're cosrlleat-to-bulld that costs sm'wsm..n ..""tl...'
wisecracks to take YOU nothing estral .. .....-.
: about knowing all going our communist with
BiSt; ; .. along they were hard-headed. : McCALLSMACAZINE..1Y. WwMit'iWwM ..,.....lv.i iHoeMkeM .,, v"Is T'
a grain of -salt. The 8 ; !
J 0 poor devil I rkrerM tenew .......1 Yr. M.(*iine ,..1 Y,. Sure PROVED
have been raving: in Union Square MYSTERY ADetMtfeel ..1 y,. c.....'. Farmer ........1 Yr.rresjrenKe CUARANTEEDAGAINSTROAD = 01JM. ..
j; One: man killed another in an argument over which is the In New York"Qty,tor years but r ; ...tr,HAMS b Gwdmtt. y,. 8 Firaer .....2 YNo, .
+? t ;;smarter, monkeys or dogs That incident seems to the Borough of r Manhattan still HOMI MAGAZINi ....1 V,. 8 Horns Chef ... .......1 Yr.Illuitftted HAZARDS 'as ,well M defect ; ."W.IOCAIYMHI Mireda
prove votes the Democratic ticket. S,orU AfwU. *.........) y,. MtchMiks. ..;1 y,.,
,$ that'both ,of them are probably smarter than some human we know.. farM NEW MOVIE ..,......IY,. a Tk Turn -"aI..IY' ,. .
,11t'beinlls.,. ,, firtfindor (Weekly) ....1 Yr. p Tie Canary Hom..,.,l Yr.
> 110 hot. Look TOWER RADIO .......I Yr.
1.r' a MotMr's Howe Li<......lYr.Soulkerit .
)., 0s what happened to Technocracy'"; Coed. StoriM ... ........lYr.Sim.'ADC a Atvic4twk. .t..I Yr ,
s t ..A Loa Angeles police officer.sorrowfully the Blue Eagle and"chain tetters! : (ftemmct. ) ... Yr. C....._ .......1>.....1 Y". '
that 8 .
.a Ling Crosby with a mustache la 4 Open Road ltoyi.2Yn.. ) Socc....., ,_ ....,... Yr.U .
; safety campaign resulted in a marked increase, of accidents. bit bard to believe. Those photographs N..dhcraft. ...........1 Yr. Home Fried ...........1 Yr.-

i'4 Evidently drivers. just couldn't see where they 'were going of Qreta Garbo peering out ''
'Cs cA 2 Jfftfttia that (s) Check t KtfMtlaf thus )
;:\ for looking. of a taxicab window on a recent *

:"' '- trip were disillusioning. Wonder .... .--....-.. ..--.--- TERMS' C
':,}li 0 If that fellow who advertised to' w.maket"I''S1'
yl A man who,, was recently trying to commit suicide' by the paper for a wife got results? MAIL THIS COUPON NOW1 THAT SilT

i drowning himself swam ashore'when someone offered him *i 1 I We forgot to- say that we have a a..Ia M *_ .q..rw d.lr.d w_ ......' a ;
photograph, of him. If .ICOME'fOU.Uld.
anyone uInterested. > IW.esag..r hnr. .
'1 cigarette. A little kindness will often'KG a long way in re- .'' A certain couple who GUARANTEED ... .UK

' newing a person's,faith in mankind. park on the highways would leave a.......... I ___ ..__ ____._. MMu..d'r
--0 their parking lights burning if ...-.... s.ssy e.'sr roll .

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