Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1937
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02593
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ALL BERRIES OFFICIAtSSAY I I I the tuipcntine I industt' 1'>' wllldl J I AGAIN : COUNTY BOARDS ,1,13

,','ilters aioiind I liiookei mid I the'' .IdC-AI., WOMEN: PIU.I.N: : I; I KlI : jo' ,,

tInt fill life of the luipentintuoiker 'HVINC5: ; ; "\\KIFs: ; : I ''

Price rf Svrcn1'er will be tlosctibed' in detail I'llliOt'CII(; M .Ml I J. : }

(,IHU ) c n ftTitty Umrr/", u t the PediiMl wrllriH piojott statiuide ,, 'HUM PPiIl 1.SASalaries
!1iriirtilis'i: Apt il alld1.I.i i v oj I Il !
.1/1.4/ Quart1'aid ( /itirffc 1'l1allI'l.-d ; ,it was a n noi i IK ed l at theilati r'fl ( 'um11li.
l !iu::: ;Nu..hat. \\ I Iho linn' ? nnd ,

tl'illg, la Opt i (tiff I IA ,,lick": office In .1H'lu..nvill this ,I II w In'n I iho I 1"11111 I let tu-m iia/i. wis .iiI Sdwollolrd( : )

:I I its I hc-ighl when lliousaiids of persons I
| The Mt toi I of (the sot tier of [.i
> eaily a win- H'n.lIl1111111101111! of, 1.1 i
,P! 1'JI.I. S\H'I'I! I K I It I KSTS; :;; I 1.a"\HTI.\L( this section unit the plantation lifu I Ills i .almost dill: )'. Horleiiislv, hainli i \\'IlI\ \ \LT.1..1. : l'l\i( : oiIMU I-' ,,' i

HI' f Il# i ,vt.irv_!: IMTTKKpoiatnni : : I I'D I 1. I C i I-; :\1.\: M'.VIDS: vliuh flouilKheil\ In nutebellumi capping. and I ovei'loading!;: I post..f- :: : IHIMND) ; : : ," U1; ( 1Th. 1-, i,

i I lines' will iiltio lie rented in ...:
fully fii u'it ovir I the iimtmv. nnd cnuslngliouljits I
)l In Jaiksonn ( I ,-nl.iK Hint. .t
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y being the I linai! .1 f ot ( <' .
!guide and hot hoi to business tiiint\ ''inn
ai ')mini I .(;-lii)" bush {ul'n..d) i illt'i .nnotd, .. IIIg"lI. ,
berrlos Imp. as The Florida Nla I 10 guide is. one of i n il I It was Ihe lime when wewi ,-loin is by II Mile of lout t i.i. '

straw. th,. i itotn (till n'cI: I hj' I tli. .',Hk "e>nvlllo Real I II. .01' (v-eight tttat ,. volunii which .,10 all 'sti, i"at i liinu out the bottom "u'u'uliustnuj|' :Senitoi: Phalli v 1:1':i I!
lilt) duimg! w"'k." i I. i "(< (Diuid'' wi' mride t tjils .
Johns .
hnleocived i \ ill bo Jin luiled In (the 1M lion II name. sending i nil .. dinn' and .,dd I and ItopiesonlatiM: |1'1 i "' I MI I J'
i "smmi \\ (I- v)""" nii.l luf.i (lo l i
of nts guide nnd Is tin lenuU' of eighteennioiithM ; tog mils ul the ,uojr'. with high 7en intiodiioe!! bill in I HiIslntiiro .. JJ
pi e "'t'Vl'n i < i< .fficer l P. .M V.istbenv/
.manly because. .if 'the .. $ir.i& .stated Itotlinin i lotieaich' by u staff of epeiioniud li. pe-s ol soon becoming( t hut. ( none I i u !ptoviding I / that Itt iii a ii nn'i ibers ,
emph unllv
i that
in this 'I
) w liters SupeiMsion of of us dull county. be .'\I. .c,{
fruit ]
.its bv rail have ceased In R few veins" I thi above groupt( I boy houlii. ( be th mit ('lrgii'r.letchelor ( lila.<. In would the continiK ti> litenforied nationally known author IUS.MIII-OM And lieiw the fid lias slatted, 1 .1lLI'IIII1. "trnl ugh t Hillary of :*.'5i>0 aiai i I in ; "'

l> S In Hrndloid County pethaps. in "Mo Ida .1'i'u 'Ui.sl'"'in.lM, .' in past a well, wiitten inloimntlve I and ,' Ulead of I"L 'm"lIl (on a pot? ,dionnnd ;.
at in t thefin
ti ucks continue to pit-Hint ol
Tin "tn
I. ip e\ n cjuilit foi helping; thtii' wives wash 'he dishes (but when they 'v considered, unfair the ac- I> mate. volume. n I ndolage.,: basia as at presentCommlssiiiiieiH I ;
(they can yet an a\c-t- trader stiiti tl 1:* intiicictcu ,if washing the baby that M mimpin indeed turn of the. Jai/ ksonviilv! body inhiuiiiling 11I111"1H'I'C'hll.f ilinn ('ii lieu! I the 'f.eib f I 1

,. '1(' i'rates! a day for which !. The' ul.ovi gioup' !gathered with such interest and attention i I l.awtey Hspcod I t"iii" Though pi epa i rti In I'nll'I'IIIII-I: and lilY Club." The /le-lteis i'imtain .. I au-i ,now' paid $hp ,

u ir 'tiii I $1.25. .11'1111 nil Mr"! Clciime I Hiiko| COIIllI Y heallh nor r' is the H I H I S classIn '' .jail l its annum' i 01| "UI'lIlion to i rig nanatlve I torm i hiI I book !glxe.s I ( I thiio nil itiOit so I the i inipieiitsends I ,r I day foi logulii' and I calleilnn I ''t}

".,-k S icceipts trom cold I Home I Hygiene The fluke Ht the tew I lu the fat ale u.iin, local( I ci i l.ns anil,I I loiulsts' "I''dalalll'ntloll to touting and di-1 1 out (hue r litl.i.s I ",'nol" t the '"tings and get: linkage of t 1"1 1j:' I

truck shipments ate esli li. "ffi, this CCIUIRC to hrs It 1 teaches car tot the ;tick In <':asts of Illness 10 that effect. I"..'lIulI". I It t nlfetH i an i llurlilUe i for bollom ninio\ a h.tllIlI'I'I'dlld. nndaelds 1 ci-nt t a milo each way/ No pay '\'
I and. enter /pncy. piomollon; of health and well-leing.. and pioperhealth !Hie Heal: EstatehaitrtI inent I I Is made I I hn' adjourned,I meetings it '<
louilsts I off t I I'1I1h..1 Ins
I it SJ21797 pl'icinjr' the i took this : g..t the beaten I i | own ninio at the Loll.ttl J I
habits. This taken I lioovei ill step following
pictuio was by 1 "OH dining a demonstialion I '
t, is lOt' the season In Hind-i lexnon in the'ORl"II'S Club lompliints of two of its membets.I I tilt I disio\el'I I the heietofoie r is. J."II.LIIIII"Y: m.> fill has i 10oeiveil ,

I lint). at appioxlmutely[ I -_ -- ___ Including the 1'1 L'>Ild'nt. against ploiled'I I iiHiiiotn.in I t of the Htate. I I loin iiiu it.I it,'rd, luels i Mis I II I As (planned. nt piesent the new J \ .\

$. "", (III) I I what they dcclued weie unjusl guide It is said will bo ol IIIWX-1 (_'. Will I has lee'e-he'd handkot, lO'fi: sit lui ry bill,I I rita k nun no provision( fm ;. i: '

.\ .veathei' has( improved the fines cm 'hal're!; of speeding value to lomnnmitlos that / Mis. A I H I Johns' and Mis I.:HindHiggs mileage I and I (pmvldpn I t thai I the '

i funt but some growers NEW SEWERAnd NEGRO JAILED 'Piaffic OffIcer VVeslbenv! .! sudeateiduv .\ it lairt tunis.' 10 lit tritit visitor I and manv III tiers in SItu( I k. $::11I11!() ati Iii."ty I bo paid I in I luol\e ocii,UmonthU ., t

t that those being puked \ that n Unction would liaxod on! inciinles{ 1 I leieived I by have leeolved lu't tu''s., mini I tin, iiaois ,' inslallmontfl I I t t !

like 'July bellies' in- Pipe LineINSTALLED Sunday be demanded of the Real I .EstateHimnl : :"o,ik .distiibiitotn, t tin. ('al.fol. nl.L expee.led to !gmw lapullv, :si hind llonril' Itill I

M-Ing the l.uge sweet I I untlJ I I it was definitely i piovml Hid, l Miulda' gluing pioinlso/ to bobent A lull pioviding. a pay raise form / ''I) \

1 usually comes in ut this that tin-) eflFoiejetit of (tin lawit ,' Hollois nl t tin' -itnti.. ei los GASKINS BLOCK 'liiuil. lain rul membeis leealso I

IN SMASH-UP I wl..y was be>mg ominted|" 1 ".i,.iI .isi bi-i iir I introduced t <1 by Senatoi t .1'lobns 1
lit $2. 15 I is being paid( i racket" |II|Ic denied. that thai go- BY.BANK II pimidc.s l lot' ,t stiuighl alary ['L

: i"k beriies in bushel >f speeding, JOHNH.BAISDENFormer ol' $:J!'"> pel month nl $:\\1 .peli .: f
against the !pnsidenlit MUS VV' I II I ;NUM.MAIS PLANS: : I
M I .vi.I .1 rKMpn:: I i.Kjrou)I II : 'I
MIsting of thiily-two. "' tnt> I ,id \ it us \\.11 is t'oil Id In toarnoilh t
> 'ion '
= in ( 1I..UIit'i vveje
:$7110I'IN1'! > I BOTTLE( ) I 101)( =""O I) IH unjuslVVestbei 1 IMI'UOVEMKNT.S I ) '': :: !h"I,on .. j
n'ked. cups and crates -; : i: =NKW" .: =MUTUIND ) ; 'i y continued Aith. ih' Resident I 1'1':1: ir.i tTY n' vi .1..101.1HdwIII bond. h 111"11'I. .
I :OIfEHIFF: I IN c\u I II I bois/ now gut $1 I 'pei 1 d.iind. ion 1t
: AIUA: 'ollowlngsIatC'nl'nt: I :\1 1i, SV, II Nollniin ol' Smut trig..1 .1
'tits mlliSENATOR
n .1 u
IPTSIENCOURAGING A The ,traffic ,,'!;ul.lllons have his otnpliti-d chase of an ontire I'
REC colllHi m "" LIU led ju-t I north (pin -- .. f
POSTAL \%'tir k i expected to be. i i ompleti ,.f Staiko Suncliv; night( in which II i IJ(-('n and will in the fur ut e l bo onfotied KILLED I I block known us t the (:iiduuspiopoity -- "0

I i..1 i next week on a new a 1 Jltion Konl and a truck uete btdlvIjniaged to the bet t if my II hIlt .1 t fiom 11I11I100/l11I1'H(| of tIn JOHNS 111

the citys water pile line and >..ewipe "I', but whose drivers, KUfitiert without letting i the big man oi 1llIoIf"'oI: County Hank The- plop I FOR FLORIDIANS I
Constiuction. vvhlrhj ,.\
m'BSTANTIAL, GAIN: I il sjatem; I' no injtnies I the political' lackoleots. off without city flouting un MmliHoii I Ave Isin

"., )R NEW YEAR' has been underway for a week Is I The diivei. .f the n ticket! when 1 give': an nidimiy : ) HVSUHOKDI- t the heal i of Stin r k... convenient. / IN'IKODUCK.S/ ) : HILL TO( MAKKMTAIK \} i 1
( .
a negio.Re ON HO\I I .JOIJ(
rupidly going forward tinder. cliiec- | tilireii for NATi: to the business I.
PERIOD ,I Tuinei, and! two comptnions one the same offense Holt I u.n nnd Is consideied KMI'LOYKKRS: : UK: ,

tier' of the Light iin.1 Water huntstrierintcn&lcnt. I )loal tor ii-Hidi-ntlnl, t I funpones. .- I lr. YKAK': H"; III'-lTH:: f'l. f
were ('omillgto StdiUe, in a borrowed '- .1 thin I II I nal to.I'n. natiM ofStaike '
i 'melpts at the post officehe II R F Clatke. and .I'lease In I the future lot me ask L 1

sin" wel, a S322.29 increase for' | will ?er\eonly two puities at piesmi "- cat The truck! chlver tl ums that the town is shown a II the ts'c'ct e- died Monday'! : night III a MIH Nollmin: is "iii' dinightei of Senatoi" Chat ley K:.. John has '. .\ I II

t U! fust' tliroe Hartman'H Cafe and Kelley'sGioccry the negroes were going eiraticallyi Veto. I Iteach hoxpit.il.I following nt atlttiiCk I Inlroduted I a bill I "teqiurlng thatemployetH : -r t
months of 01'1.1'I I ? it deceives by slowIng! down MI's. S .K Hnmilek She alteadyowne .
one ...I. of t the lewd to the been made ( f'
to have .
illegeil of the
t II I ''I, i 111':7 aver the same peiloj ] and Filling Station to the speed Hty-l of twenty-five, 'd cemsleleiable rental pioptity '- Htate goveiMiient : ,
other and ,tint he pulled. to line en his by a man WOl kinK must have fifteen .,
in WK! : oi nn Increase of 18 1-3 per i The pipe lines extend from the : miles an hum If the diivei fails pi.iNon hetc. a nil l .Is highly ,pleaseil 1 williher years of ream 't
i side of the road to let them puss.Howtvei nndoi him on a i mad constitution I donee Plot "
In This
Ida wool I not
yell th.. "i. ,pts for the fiist | mm-hole lit Tenth and Conley to do this lie need not be arm i .pi. Hed I 1.1 1t'1I1 addition i I Her I plans Include
'. the negtoes had eithetlilens j Jnh r It Is untiet.stood, .I lhat an intext '- i
'I' .. i 1 ::7 'boitix $2291.62 and I Streets one block ninth on ConlcyStteet i when lie Is. attested r ." I i remoelellirg I. t ittIa rgtt! lea- npplhowevei, ', to (pe-isons nowemplovod I,1 3)

I thoitu, th. I'h' \ MI/ -t quarter. be- to Klevinth: Street then one anti coming over on the left I In maui ked ii i''Illl'ast with chaigisi'f i has been m Kle j in the taseMl I story 'house aIm Cmiuly on Ihe pioptity I. The bill I was iefoii.il to ,'

,. 817rD')! ,j:: block west on Kleventh to Highway .side nt the i load lan into and Im illy the r Heal, I'slate' Iloaid; was IIl..tt..I' If.ilsdon urn S beaten wit h a the division I of the lemalnelor I hiiii' h".. und Inolu' rll' ,i-urninit '\ I
I damaged the tnu'k The sheiiff blunt t I InHliuminl i Home'time I S.iliu-i '
,. '.11 ".i I" obi u.i March. 13 wheie the lines. turn north once ; ictelve-'l I this week by I Hie of the/ I ind Into building lots! ten' .
ry. .
(lay !night maul l lolt iinionm-ioiis on
( later discoveied half
"p'i| ML ,nly $243.16 behind mole one block to serve I Haitmans( i a empty Liwtey: polio" tit pa i t aunt hunt nnd I Ihe- ,possible, tonsil liein of Se-nitoi Johns has also I',.. ommoinlod .\
liquoi be ttle> i 111 I the cai and arrested II highway!: |IOIL be w:is found( ,
i ', ',,'r. :'I November Depeilod anti, Kelleys All along the route .1 11 haV.. 1 PiMiujn.I i eelitoi I of the ,, I In ono u 01 two lit rng.i 101114. to t the Konnle i( t thnl I t the .pension : l
the diivei. TIII'n"I'. I IcJVlLS l'lIl1RUlloIa( ; \' inoining. I 11 Iii did n it( ,
i ,. 1\ l. If the p'pes'! weie inn to the light (and 110,410) I or tinge iinil I 1 :!Iiit' lhihit-tin at the ; Although she Irti.. s inn lo hoi foi disiibleel!: ..hoed U-n hers !
tevoai ,
I i in ,' list'loll"IWH" until the ..
leloa od I ig
next I under : ::00(> up
t i
a > .
K-lt t I"I i seive. II ny tutor developments ny I Cnlvi'isitv t:. i I loild.i. tN'mmgIII.( '''.nlt' at Sibling loi H"VI'I"I! veal'*. who, unIt taught! tloJIIy-flv.! t ye'iriin I II '.f
r continues tll'I' biintl l The .Irl'ld'nt oiiiiiu< i .'I ont I.IIwl.\I till I,1.! of fll. .. t t.nio; ot his do.libMl I !MIH. Nollman still (take-n .. ,. .
." i whiih miy hi built on the IT lOllltlUIISand "in n I nioio should h.111",1 l fmiii $ i''> ,Ief
i,1 I ouice stands, 'nil oiKohnlt miles ninth or town .. : l I lii isuleut.. tjfc, WKH bom heio, .
nlloin, t theu ( ,
\ l ll'a lei
nowae' 'mi lands g i III i I 11' of SI 11 hi. j ViO(( pel month 'I 1"h.1,11I bit '

,li.mot to become a | TuuHda.v!: morning a Dodge ti 'lC'k I'u< ni\' 'i, '.i. t ticket, ? unit -peod-, .1,liiu' 7. I IKnH of OeoigoV andAd.time I and. IH a i urn .behovoi. III a bright: I In., nieliirodti t .. I'h.. i.due, a I in iii >n ,'\\h"
i>-1. istofflce. The co!"' to the cIty wus i -itimalid Ij
p employeesPv .
I'ali'di: .Hid live I In k .
10 1t,1! ind top heavy with peppi i s ''r I mix;; .mil! "11 I I t-passing/ wen, giv' Slai' < j III lii I' 'loi I tins i.111111111111\! ". I mil r toe'

I Ir lit :7to; I t\lln1 I o01'' on the cur '...* ill Bald I'll di vet, : ;awt.oIUI. 'ills tin until. he mimed, LoiiimJohn* nndmi i I ilt'1,Ht! ,'

I"\ill I lo Keen.iiiHNille I I I Ithi-n I Whiltni i /
win un Ihe way In, .IicksonvllliThe past wfekSTORES
iltlvet' Hubeit. Kelley of i 1.1 i -'Ia in 11<\lu.! whole he luedl '

,.;tim.ike. waunmjuiod. and r Ihe until his unliinoly tloalli I He .is Hiirled II[1 WHAT DO YOU THINK? .1/J JI ljH1

It 1.Do You Remember When? I hUlk heavy\vai biought lieu1' I Lima gowas CLOSEDFor e\cn\' by cliildien his wile:Mis lid irjint:foul of liassMm his |

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-- --s-- i lItI'kV..-. ".-.. (;"nl ge nndJus '
First Time I Hiadteiid I I Coon t urn.ins! weie I this vvi-ie when tlwy begin! Voting to : !i f
( ; Haisden all of Keenatijivllle
#Pv H/ .K. LAGERGREN ru lEn:Z. butt theii WilY rough any TOWNSEND CLUB : I week given an oppoitunity" t i I (lo voice maku this rountiy what us now ,I t Iis. l
I ind by two luollieis Ceoige Wliaisdon ij
crowd Mayor A. L.on Klin I their v'h"1t'1I1 disapproval h I of a ."
Th illaberiy, cottage; where: N I HAS MASS MEET of .1'lacksonville I and! I I'utd I ij 1 'I
to show that he was not stuck unwer THURSDAYSTKKK1S 1.lIlntl..h".J. h I In t the I House. of I Iteplesenlnlixes 1l\J'I S. MIHIAM: KICKI.IIKIt: H.Ipervlsoi ,
residence now standS H.nsden. of Hlal i ke. and, by I thieeIsterH. ,
his position went about In i SKVF.KAL: HLTNDRKD: PFRSONSHEAR :' last week. by R oMm "j
w i' the only house on Walnut Mis I Letie Stiloy, of Staike of the local Histoiliitland
overalls patched the seat I low of I Palm I He;ich Comity II
HIe(: except for a log house at yellow : SPEAKERS FROM ;.mil Misses H"'HIIInti"' Addle liilsdenuf AI'hl\.K H"l'o ttlM. slepxd| t tI

the north end where Brltt Mlmsonnty ..ith blue velvet I ALL OV .STATE! '; .; UESEun.uS:I Jiuksonville Thirteen. giandchddien piovleles I that I I Ih.- 11111111.10. "loioland I I| IntI the m.cue. long enough to

Cu''' ,' "- commissioner lived Do you I'em..mbcrThat I SIIOI'KKKI'KIJS. : :. .; IlElNJI.I.I'IlOI.II.tYS: =" Hili vhThp late \%'. VVIjalsden ( vviltf' will be n.anasary be- agree> with 01l1<'11t who were questloind .
TOWI1lt'ndlteH. e\eial hundred
railroad stood ivluv 1'I poison is ii lIosu'.I to vote InKloilda Ihl.et'k.. She 'No I IJ
''It. depot stood where J.V.. a shop I strong assembled here bunday f- was also u biother to the H..t.l. / :
An, sail Panam tanks. ate I do not think xhuiild Im '
"WI! automobile Is he Sinclair "loceiHodFuneral I. they I
ter ut 2 o'clock In the Courthouse.
nov located Ginned cotton was now located That quadrupletswere noon Closed doors. and H funereal i Out e.f six; persons ejue-stleined., prohibited' / fiom. voting The :' I
I for their second district services were held InKeenannville
pa'k"11 m long bags. down born. to a colored woman just quiet greeted! an occasional absentminded i all expressed; dlH.ippiovul! of this'i iliioposed older gcn..rlltlon.hile- III many

,*. pounded 'orth of Starke That once tea I ::1'1_ meeting of the year. The sostion housewife who strolled Tuesday afternoon at I law In Ifleu-nce* to ""ldtime :, ('US"S denied' the rudiments( of '. 't '
1 i pestle by a stout c, lore I was eipeneel by a spoeell by J. i 3,00 clock and were attendeil by I' 1'
around voters Two, however I Ii ;
nishes were so plentiful downtown yesterday afternoon in ex- education were well Intm'm..1 on
m Mrs Dennlson used to Uarnes. ,pieaident, of the local' Sheriff and Mrs A. O Andreu.Mm '
cltu here till all drunk home-giown tea I IT. the expectalion of buying a doyen i pifBSed opinions III"tt.Ihe. younger political! Issues This' does not, ,
'K.r' cart to town Heated on and other sprakeis were: J. JGoldenberg. Alma. !Barn Mrs. Jessie MneHlakely
Iw. hor-p That in I8H8! !! there was n. reign I eggs or a Inset. of bread for supper. \generation chould take advantagenf In my opinion apply to) the* .f'
a rifle In her fifthcongressional
long Daytona Reach
lap! '
am" ( >f terror In 1.llwL..y. kept up by It Wait the first Thutsday h ilf- .. I Ihe modern. facilities i t for a floe" piesent geneiatlon With the fatlhilex : "
daughters in the (cart I dour leI. leader. his --
T1. nlv 'he John S. Bennett fiction holiday of the approaching summer 'ilui.allon. and, thai If they do not today for. an. education ,
four-wheeled vehicle in 5..cietaly.' Mis Lillian Buike. of HAMPERSOF
....'. Rev. C. W. I n man. !Methodist minster seasin.Tue 2,500 In so and' rritLh matui thy Illiteratethey I do' not think members of the
as VV
J owned' Cril
| by Cupt .1. C ) &, and H[ Hajes' Uaines'Illi
P.lr'< '. < On the site r-t the C the best beloved man Star ke I I eh all man of the second disdistilct disappointed" housewife hum n- BEANS MOVE shoiil'I hiilcflhi'nl the piivllegi younger generation mcapible of j f'

L ".'" residence stood "a two- ever. had. That In I/*!'!'!. when congressional! hoaid ed homewaitl. .. debiting in hor of voting leading und writing sl""loi.. 1 have .

*t(, the yellow fever aged In Jatkxonville i mind whether to borrow bieidiom riilf'K HOLDS STEADY': Thp qiieHtlon'' asked win' 'A bill the piivilegt .of voting
house the hotel In .
tn. The only milk only to he hid: letters and parcels from there Speakers denounced the present ,' the neighljois ul to makebirf- AROUND .Sl.tf hall been Illtrodiu. In I the leg lu- .I .Iitt: )SIKR. ptomment Luwtey' '

with i method of nteeiing the nationJl cintaAs. A V I-R: A GI'': fiom.
dens condensed, at twenty came pierced and fumigated tare to prohibit jieoplo' vot- turner wild, shoit but sv.Cet'If
go\uinmont declaring that the usual. Hit.losing wa !general ng; who cannot lend' and write Do
-nts a can and only 'par- Milphur( m-klng the postofflce personnel origin I T"wn".nII'Iln as! present- Since Thursday of lust week T. u man pays! taxes voting U .
101 j with only ding stores filling 0 U or disapptove''
while soiled approve of the tint he
hes" here they one privileges
sneeze f
were to be had. .
ti,. eighty Jed by its founder. Di PiantisTownsend stations and a few outlying generalttores Williams has bought appl'oxlmately Why?" u'j
1 x at five cents the mail; and that the countviitmbem I shouldn't be depilved of I
Many was the only means of 2. OO hampciH of 1'.n.II..eI..trlng .
1.lm.. falling observe the hull Here ate the answers:
used only "scotter" plows. of the school board beans for Pi Ices lIEN': ROVVF, Jailor of Kindfoid '
rer living Ihe people of the United. lay I I shipment H. K WIGGINS faimor" schoolteacher ;

'1w. ng eight furrows between ifiaitl to enter town because some. I'I'tev..r I States They stated that' the Although 'the Telegraph was : have run from ninety cents toI and foimor siiperlntendent I County, declareel' "Many of the I

u.,.11,, '''AS! of coin; no fertlli..:ers refugees had come here intrd Townsend Plan and its full eloiuindfor .if i'aid l it mght be a little too ,'cr. |I i tl.63 per hamper but are said; to of Bradford ("ch..I.Ve've: I oiost Intelligent nn-n of today f
tp n bushels' to the on holding their meeting aroTn) l which cannot read. and write They tiC- 4
coin acre have* aveiaged $1.40.
$200 month fur
a aged people.was ,tonal to go aio-ind l and ask ii how had thin law In mibstunce/ all the
.(rrners! penned their cattle outside of town That the noto- the only. acceptable pun lid first half-holi- would milan a gioss return to elded questions then an,1,I they
spend time. Under the
allo. you your present systema "'
"re enabled to the de- I I us nero desperado. Harmon tam mers of $3. OO Oi) ute stJl capable If man \Is .1 .
I", grow At the end of the open s-eion of1, Jay" if a poll had been taken I uvin who cat not road and .
yellow Murry after having been shot Bliss of tile1 ,. hr In nIrgilIuto' voice
yams and when the meeting a tlosed-door commitIte I the merchants The first Rest (iot'ituJi-S IHye
hr., among thirty agree. write must dp >nel em instruc.I '
I"'h." 1 wives.. knew how to make dt1 *- I near. Archer, was brought to meeting' : wag held in the courthouse t! ng to cli>on2'1'I hjmpoin appeal.pil (ions from a poll holder. If the I' his opinion In choosing, nffltfholdoi.s u

th.. potato pone When Stsike. and the hotly turned over to and pUn for future programs ihoul as follow: fishing fitteen.snoomg at the platform: Wedneshay.They poll holder Is not honest th* illiterate whet are designated to> ,I, '

an 'wore horses and riders heie | SherIff lien Crews. because two of the organlratinn. were I Imade .away a severe attack of'prmif brought II 1.10 and tl 50 per voter can n* Instructed. 'Introl i" the country in which hot f ,

h.. 'ires and gander pullings were of the dead man's many victims! No announcements of the < fever ten, golfing four hsmh: | er wrong und thus lost his vote. I llvisM Jl

\"Te I almost every Saturday hat, lived here Cain Leonard: a uture plans were released after working in the garden. one. --- ..- .believe, however that with/ 1'1'.11.1' I. [.. JOHNS, populir New Klvermeiihint fhi ( ,

"." ."iples along West Call street I r'tloreel, farmer southwest oft tin session w Ilirtli ent day eelncitieinal, facilities for I\n,1,I former postmaster J

"a fired! white to allow late 'II kc. bulled the body In his prl11 > Open Service Station if : there for more' than ...ll'hYI'II ,
our fail
r'll.' young people they to
Mr and Mrs Sam Noimun
ers to find their way home te but'ls.1 ground During the 1''', siid.I "America today, l I. '
Bread Price Goes Up Louis, TOIl u..lla. of the le-arn to read and write. th *yshould
'i' pioprletor ) I i iWest 21) |
'n u.wtey, boy April '
between thehead
eighteen and fitty.r I'ght' the body was' dismterreel. be* denied the result of tin-I.".. efforts ofe s
1 blamed End, Grocery and Service i MI ant l !Mrs J. I'. the privilege! of'otlng.
and! Rising flour prices were Starling, "
veers of off and! carried! I
age were requited cut away. \ ." >ur forefithers who were tOo> ,4 .
I" k the! roads by the feet this week for the drastic cuts In Station han Just announted! the 5tarke. buoy. )1.
several days Ire body y.l i I :-l. O iUfe-KN,; : I busy HH to Urn I'1
t"i -ar and T. That during bread weights The three leading pening: of auallier station on the I _."-- __ pioneer settler and pioneers spare ,
p-il.. A. Knight com'heretofore o two pine siphngs Starke coinar of, Highways 13 and 28. formerly firmer of the H"ilbtonn) Spiingssection ( for educition. They decided 14 t
last term asehtiiff baking companies serving Marriage Liccmtex
Immune Starke- !S!. B. Denmiiks:
Slid sues by voicing vote that h.n
II 111m .1
: :
? size of their ten cent Joe Kistrunks' 13-28 Servo swventy-two I'
have the
dig the host at onebnnging
It:. stumps out of Call : he presided as succeed | !loives from fifteen ounces! or more ice Station An attractive lunch Henry Tomtinnon to Maggie now, and t have been paying tx- nude! our country' free and. stffir "
three I
Capt. for
an| ini York. county clerk, a year erected to fourteen ounces The local bak-. .ixim will be, opened! in connection .Sweat Staike May 12. ..... since I was twenty-one A lot Ii.-mocrucIf the pre's.m'ie '
Peiry illows was
I.,. K farmer whose long ingjeirs' g is still seiving sixteen ounce Aith the illation soon The new Evan Slkes. LaCrcuse. to Delli of men who are my age lu d l no "n"rnt\r\ rlons beirds and south of the ely
mad their | close to Just
live ntserale Bud Ward a building Tint in I J2: I. loaves! and chain store bakers have 'I'.nuem.nt has 1 renamed the* esiblmnment !- Lee Thomas. t..t y, t..y. May 11. opportunity to learn to read and ediicutlon. under the* r nrnijnt

Il'l PP''' mnklnfi the Jail not yet cut the weight of their dif- : th:! Htaike Service 1.oJ j Cornelius Moore 8tark. .to LOIS write but they are us. capible of i system fact It wouU bf '*ell ta

1'\.* the ; gouts that I .erent si/e..J loaves. I ta t ion. .1u.10 I. Sttrke.' May S. | cjecldtn Issues. tutlay. in they deprive bean uf voting.
wagon Jn wbkh ho wis (Contmi! On : .Ige I-ght. I


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F'RID\l'. 11\ .

TROCor''imisslOner's GUM ISRAiVCH :\U..IOSI\| e'1-,

"rely1' by the Board from taxpu.ve.is coring/ a stated 1 remuneration for I fare for the Indigent, : aged upon BtOOKEIlJi. fclUabeth Ilrrmtgr, (;1)1'. Using a chart
I Mil talk
of the .county, for the complete i he members of*said Board instead i the following terms and conditions. \ era (iuliieyNiiml.i.v )1'.01111..11.' t the

proceedings to be publishedm of the per client and mileage aa nowallowed | lai That the money be spent Mr and Mrs-i""T: :1 S. Sapp were visiting Tuesday: ev..nlnlhlj < .w'.

and the clef k was InstructI to-wit : : School I'arlyMrs. In Jacksonville Sun- an important f'' ;1
r.l' Telegraph relatives i
the Bradford! County ; i
Minutes II the. matter was taken up and discusseu. to communicate with Senator 1 by that Hoard during the quarter. : R. H. Tipton assisted by, day. I II future rumination In '

a. The ell, tor of the Tele- I I Charley K Johns and /Hon. !Fred. beginning January 1. and ending i I Mrs. Carey Ingram entertainedher ''I I Mlas Elizabeth Harnage return-i: of class The prseent. "Impoi ,:H.
whenthe School Age" was the ,
..ph was invited, to nuke n proposition Ha7 .n of such action. March 31. 1937. only if and i I Sunday i ed. home Sunday after spending. the |. < ? t as'
I May 3 1937 Sr lo the Board for an estimated A letter was received from theStute I money is matched by an equal.. night May 7, with a party at the '1 past two weekat Lake City with | und several commenta' '1

The Board, "of county Cominia- coat' for this work He st.it- load: Department accepting amount of Federal Funds I!I, home of the latter Many outdoor friends, and relatives. | were quoted. pointing frjDegeneration

sinners of HI nelror,1, County Florida I ihat while the eruct cost could I an offer' previously made by I the [ ,rbi The! money be spent only In games were enjoyed after which Sir and Mrs.. B. :M. McRae and via it.'g. .

l met ut 10 oVIncK.1 a m. with. not, be determined he would be.villing Hoard. for additional. space on the this County aii. m no other Conn- I II I he lass and I their Invited guests 1 clllldl'elof Pine Level. Mr. and a solution of present ..1.I .?r

the following; membera! present. I, to publish! the completepuiceedings I South; -IVest Corner, r>f the Court I,Ity of the State were nerved delicious refershments j Mra. O. J Jackson and baby of I I It Is delightful to' I''. 1.

L Conner Chairman ; J.lt: Rosier, /: for the present at $7..0i : Home Lot for the purpose of widening I i (Ica I The money' be spent only i i of lemonade and! cookies. P'.very-: I Sampson City and Sirs W. F. Harn.ige ,' scripture quotations .,
Mdlloiy Thomas M. V. Saxon. amlT. >. r month Whereupon. It was d<.- the Intersection of call Streetand for direct relief in old age assist- |: .one reported a nice time. '. all were the guests of Mr. and quoting correctly f

D [>yal l 'Ided'a;,' the board to have Its complete I Temple Ave lance to Indigent aged persona sev- ,. M,'. and Sirs A. O. Jenkins and Mrs. .1.1 D. Dobbs at Lake City ,( parts' of the Word .f 1

The minutes of t t.j tact LO: UlI'mu.tllIg !:: I'I'ocN..dlng"uhlt..lw.1./ The Clerk was, authorized 1 todraw [ only' years of age or more and no children! and Misses Lucille and Sunday.' I' verses giving book <

held oil Apt! U Sth.. 1M7! of | part thereof shall he spent for the i Louise Webb of Jacksonville spent, verse.
decided, to call for ten- I warrant in the amount Miss Helen: Norman left Tuesdayfor :
It was
read und adopt.,1.11" > were lets on County I Refunding, Hunts :330000 on the Fine and I Forfetlure Bradford R I., where she will 1 pleasant pint
: Blanche, Robeison. and Mrs. of I Riving old age assistance; Mrs. W. D. Webb I sinn la anticipated
paying next
to be submittednot !Fund for the purpose/ I relatives .
the I said' tenders visit 1r.
Vn\e Holder having been employedin <1 10 o'clock a. m. I Circuit Court Witnesses. for theSpring t till l I If any of the money should Mr. and Mrs Roy Thomas oJacksonville f''I I j I Rev. L. B. Bryden, par"r..
than i
W. P. A Sowing Room their remain In the hands of the Stale weekendI ', Mrs. W. F. Harnage and grand'Sun
the the Cove
[ Baptist Church
1\1:7:! and to be firm for Term thereof. : spent i iI QJ
the May 31st.. \ the end Billie, spent Saturday: night
stricken from i Board of Social Welfare at
names were for completing Telfair Stockton & Company of I i here as guest of his mother Mrs.'I I the meeting. Mr H'I..
allow time
ten days to of the above referred to ', with Mr. and! Mrs. B. M. McRae in
Pauper Roll.\ the transaction.. Jacksonville. Florida offered to insure quarter Alice Thomas. being a pastor la also nit: .r?I
The Board rejected<1 a i proposal of the County against forgery on I the same should be refunded to Miss Eva: Fay Gainey spent part Pine Level section. I and musician anil was t ii'
fui burial assistance. .1' tyI; I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and I II
I .
the Burroughs Adding, Machine Application/ its checks in the total amount of this Board. of this week In Lake Butler uguest I director fr.! th. noted I -, .
C Davis: of Theressa I Board. of children I of the State Farm were ,0)
C'impiiny' fur I lie maintenance' of for George $12.r>OfJOO for two' years for a premium WHKRKAS, the State i i of her sister Mrs R. WBi'annen. ed,!, A. C. Giiebelem 1 YnMrs. .

till County Adding I \ :\Iachlnell."v"I'all"1IIO' was't.fu.j, faT of $ao 00. after considerabledlscuHSiori I Social Welfate has in Its custody j)I, j" visiting Mr. and Mrs. L L. Conner : Bryden also nn i ,9,
I Tin Boaid went on record aa balance of :SH34.4O dollars remaining ,. 1 I :Monday night.
been te- a ... Phillip
>lls having I the proposition was rejected. [ Mrs. Ruth Crosby and .n. musician, will assist .
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I from the aboveapproprla' j t| ---
( who have spent the past fewweeks .
[ -- -'p --
',lion, 1 I : BROOK t111i1k '
I ; [ attending I business In Georgia. \\SUb\\r
:Mrs Ethel: Johnson. of :New: Ulvj I : Naturalists have .I l
j wits, allowed $500: per month i NOW, TIIKRKFOKK.: : UK: IT RFI :- 'I' were here part of last wee :Sirs. O. K. Crosby. Correspondent, must birds! lire colot, '

the fund.\ SOLA'KD I hy-lhe Board of County I while en mute to their home t In, --
pauper liBel l that bees do n
:'olt All.-aii Stokes and children
CominiHsii of Bradford County accoifpanied II.
Harold C VV.ill.. local Insurance >ritia i !St.: PeteiibuigThey were rod
iren1' mmU- the Board H proposdto Florida l in session duly nasemMed tiom here by Vesta and J I, and Sits, Annie :McCantz and son
: follows hud been, of Tampa spent part of last week .
insure the (county's' Secuil- .as Warren' Crosby wno i '

.ieson.Histing. / of ap' ii(i Inatcly I Th.it. the U.m, ,id of County "",'II.III1a i /: while, heie with friends, I I' alth relatives here. The largest plane. -

$10.00000) ( in Bonds. tor $2.; UO) n I Commissioners' of Bradford County ''! and lel.-itivta. Cecil, Ward of Gartnw was the i Itreest, ) are nearly

VP.II provided they aie- safely kept bet eby notify the State Board ;i :'011'. and Mrs S. H. Rltch and I rerun! guest of Mus :Nona': Brown large as the largest ,

I in an tppiovod, safely deposit box ''of Social I Welfate that the balance I I baby of Raiford spent. Sunday hate. ,,| here.Misa Wilt. II I 'whales ,

r Tin- cutlet was \laid over" for farther of $li3-l 40 dollats III the custody of ,i' with her parents, Mr. and I :\11'''. L, Ferrol, Jones of Stroke t
Rut 1 State Board. ,of Social.Ifa...... A. Brown:, 1 spent Sunday with Miaa. :Situ; 'Kelly

1 I i; iiiHldeiiitlonNotary .' plus any accruals from t1 cashed, We glad to welcome :Sir 'i hi re.
$ :': t'ublic Bond for \\ B. ''[ ure tray
1.j !Sew; ell, In the amount of 'UOOO I checks, la hereby. tcapprnpriated'afar and, Sirs' V. V. Hazen and
signed by the American Sutety Co., use during she, quarter .beRlninrng i back to their! former home heie.. Brown were among those attending

..j tt"t: \' it aa amply was approvedThe April 1. H'37.' and ending I They have nude their home In La-. '. home coming at Hope' Church( Sun- NEW

'I"\I \nit ,V iitte''aeo' t tatty err following resolution, was June 30. 1M7 I : I i coochee for the past 14ev'I'1i1monlhs. I i I';, lay.

.Pr 1 2 That the State Board of So- I I'.ev. J. F:. Newton of Green Cove
ttW adopted.
; \tt Slav v,' ...... ...."'....nblatrdtrt't\: \ir'o, r.MIUUI: NII-.\ jCial Welfare is hereby designated. Mr. ami Mrs.: H. B. Cutlet ly,. 'i i Springs filled his regular appoint-'

: f.urant,et tVittttyouihetn: .,o.......repwr .. ",.." .." Resolution authorizing puttlclpation : I ns the agent! of IhlsOUI'\ for the I, of Okeechobee, spent part of last. I meat at Cot lath Baptist Chinch

} .. .. ..... ; of Administering old! Age week here as guests of her sister., unsay and was dinner guest of
l 1J.. \"'" I" t".r\\\I"..1 of the county In the old age i pal pose(
,'tb5t ISaarnj; ..." .."..'.1'" .... assistance plan administered by the ,1 assistance. in this County subject l Miss Mary: Mott.t.I. 1 Sir and Mis. O. K. Crosby COLORFUL
/ .. ylI 'r .. ahth can 1 the terms and conditions set I I I MI' and Mrs. W. T. Crosby spent
;o .. H. Doll.-,
\II,, .. it" ,t. State Board of Social Welfare. Houglan.1 daughter.
7.. 'un.etnYu'Y, .. I', ; : with Mr. and, Sirs W. }I. AUTHENTIC
tli this resolution.
+ Ohl\' In I Mist Eslelle Mott attendedMather
you; tir ,,, WHEREAS on the 3rd. day >tujU"t |1(01 land a l
i ., 6105 4r70alrltioa .
of Andrews of Statke and her uncle
you ....n 'etel'\) .\ All. I9".ti this Boardmissed 3. That the appropriation a Day dinner at the home .
-1 "'' ,..,,, '".' ,1 r. .'I"'n"'O\ { 'J-: 1'0 ,1'i0 I a resolution that it would I County Funds. made by this l'tH"lutlon ''. of Mr. \Ibug h's mother in AlachuISunday a e t; II. \\ Kersey' who ia veiy 1 ill at COM PLEr
\t. 5 'Z11)
,0 { : Include in its current budget an : l-i pursuant to Chapter 17177. ,- I : his daughter's home.
.\> 'i') Oilun't : .,,, 'Z.c \)
a vttle =.) 1t \ ti'y0h \ ; Laws, of Florida Acts of 1\35.! Mla.i: L.hlan Dot u.s of Gum
jacksnniule5 7 n(, C\Cl'\1. item sufficient to permit the '--'--
,; ash. I generally refetie'I I to as 'the 1I3.! : ';" .Inl'h spent Saturday, night Exclusie.
under r
{ue'Ce 3311 er Connly to patlicipate/ i aerain I'I\K LEVELMr
C \O Old As- j kocl.ir Welfare Art of Florida. with :Misses Betty ant Dolls CI'OH'hy.
in nn Age
,tiltnl f t>:jy\ vBvJ \'Aol 1 bills -. II. .'1 .M ld;j<-, ( rre \\ it-t'incf t Plan to be iidministete I The following were apprnved -
1 .,1I /; ,, \1"b find ordfteil paid : Mrs' Allean Stoke, I l-'ied H uI -
Board of Social \Vel.iin
I'C, '0 :-or by the St I if people of this section an
4 '" { .. f.j General" 1 1-1111" I; slop. Miss Nona Brown and :Misses
P. ... t.\.t ''till picking strawberries ant BUREA
}, I'VII'KK I'.\ \ KOI.I.Maltha Nlta Kelly and I Fei rol Jones
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b".I. 010n WHEREAS/ : : pursuant' to theabot tops are looking/ good.ius
, 1"" I _-- i .e mentioned I lesolutlon anI Wilkerson. $3; Alex ( Fountain and family have, were visitors to Gainesville Saturday Comprises three :e-1

I I : I If'11I'II Includeil In the cut ten. Cross :Sl: ; Kate Mitchell, $;.1:;; Mrs., j moved,l to Pt'nney'lIlm"! Then r'' night where Miss Junes and porters with year' >*!-1
fi Jheby Thomas $3: J. F. Dm' Miss Kelly broadcast ovtr radio :
edge of poliUca) ttum!
lends here wish
budget for, the sate of 1 the indigent i many I sue- ,
$2 Will 1 :McJuire I' station WRITThey! favored. theirI
; Hughes $150; Aaron ,
both State and ,,11I&1!
their home.Mr .11''
>f the County and a IIU t'fl I'lentIm"ullt cess m new
j ( $3; Emma: :Murphy $2; I.I/- lends. with "Nobody's During"
and Mrs., H. M. McRae !I Their
of this item is now available anchddren prolific n I /.ie Bryant $2. :Miss Ida flag.in Friends look forward: to hearing
j and, Mrs. H. M. McRae
for use in participating in the ; are .n accepted guile tat
d $5; :Mrs' .1.) C. Box $2; RobeccaJohnson 'them' again soon
l ')Id Age Assistance I'bn being administered Ind daughter Odessa, were dinnetquests : reader Interested in tiro
O by the State Board of ) $3; W N. Brown $2; Andrew I of Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Crosby Miss/ Nona Blown and Mra./ O. f:. .faIrs..

Social Welfare.WHKRKAS Albert $1.50I'S; Ellen Pad In Rising/ section recently.J. .1 I Cronby and children were visiting I

I : the sum of 1311.00 gett $2; Mrs. Mary., C. Thomas $2; D. Dobbs of Lake City was a, |Iin New River. section last Tuesday.

1. I lollars' was made available on Dec. A. F: Griffin $2; Mrs. Seleta Coleman I &)1I..il1.s"18.tor' to thIs section last t Mr. and Mrs./ W. R. Halslop TWO SPECIAL WIRES'

I 1?, /1U3I1 as this County's shale in $3.50; Mrs. Belle Parmenter A-eek. wean visiting the bedside of R. W. I Direct to the Tlinca-Unlnn

/participating for the period of $3; R. t>. Stokes $3; Mrs. Vinda i friends: of Frank Fountain wllI I 'I Hersey, who is sick at the home of editorial rooms cone the

.lice nioiUha (tom Jmuaiy 1. 1937.M Kotsylh' $2; Mrs Tola! Williams I interested. to learn of his marcage : his daughter and son-in-law Sir.I .
of the mtnui'
> I ncli 31. 1937. in the Old Age | ,J..O; Mm.\ iSits..lesale, 1 A in lei son $2..*>u: Mrs.VV. I Rev. C as heard from the nv-tnnn
A.ssii-tanLe, F'ltin being administered I Knight,/ of Runsell. Mr. and Mrs A. Crosby of Biooker

; .1 ..,.. iv the State l-'oird of Social Weiffi I M. Hodge $5; Mr. A. C BaleyS3 : j iMjuntti.n will make their home al:: was visiting Mr. and Mrs O. K.: and floor of the \'fl\ IH-
> ; Riley Johns $3; Sirs holier I I FarmsI 1 Crosby. Sunday afternoon. tore.REPORT.
,. r --- [ Penney
=- -. ;Todd $2.5i: ; Mis. Daisy Hauletson i I Air and Mis. C. Phillips/ .. am II MI'''. C. C. Crosby was culled

FLOR IDA -HIGHLIGHTS 6r i0 i atleaf waEM rWAi $:.50:: : Mary Rowe $2.50; WinnieNoruoiN.1 | daughter Verna, of Sampson City_ !Tuesday to the bedside" of hti 1,1th- ON ALL BILLS

--.... ... .. -- ......- : $2. :Miss Beula Kdwards I even visiting: Sir and Mis. Rufiul 'I' John "..11.\... who is ill In Lake

.. Arthur lirymer: $2 SO; Saul and .IJulier. Daily as they ari'
I l io.y family recently!;
..1 I nn'+gan; >;1. Mrs 1.:1: lit! Mae. \. e antil" >ul. to i.'poit that Slits -. ._ duced before she i rs

ski < HI Ml3S. Ir/.otiii. of SU'e
r Thomat. Ate our n'Ui-i.-ir
i Browning: is muc.ll; Impl'o'eoJ.lIlt'1 i IIISJ.\
; : \li fvii.ila Le<- $: "MciCi.ili'uvin fit. bv .,
I l. a lung Illness.Ml a4.> .. I..III.i 1.1 .. ,.. I.ne. ..|pindent. they are fwd -
$;). Annie Murray $.l1I wire 'tile T.
: ;and :Mia K: J. Mcliae olWaldo f diuv 1)u

:.!i'>Aliidison( Hall/ $2.! t' S tiiitfl.iorgli v.'ir, visiting relatives/ \ here,, Mr: and :"!1'1 K: I II: c-oo'iy ,1 Union th.'' "" '1

( U'alkei r :2.5u! : last weekfiOOTSEY'S 'hildien. :'.1 .on. :SOs I I.I| \ It" be: kept fulu;, '

| .\.1. Thomnx Sal s'tamp" and, -- !1\,' ;and chi,! I 'n :...s 1 .', VYri! I.e.

(iidexins $ ( (l.4O: L. k. Conner I ten n.nl l-ia. Livi.s and Sos

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>ljr ps 1vti 4a. j, ,-{. V. Saxon 1 day and Mil. Co. ;Miss Flue Crawford. Car coming at /Hope Chinch Sunday';

:L'omm'rs. $7.40( ; Mallory. Thomas 1 Mr. und, Mta.: Wesley Heisey and
Airs. Steve Thomas and son, A.
Hiw.Mfe ..I.SInd.. Mil.! Co. Comm'rs. $ I i D.. of Jacksonville were. visiting.
J. M. Roxier.. 1 day and Mil. Co. 1 I her slater and brother-in-law Mr. ,,'. !. week-end with Sir and Mr.H.ir-

-Jomm'rs.. $8.20; T. D. 'l>yal, 1 day I [ |ley Hersey.
I and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn here Sunday -
und Mil./ Co Comm'rs. $9.40; A: O.nIt'Lu II I Jessie Goodman spent Sunday r.

.\ 1 day with Co Comrn'ra. Miss Marie Burnaed of Jackson with David Finley at RUlfol'J.f. .
:S4; Harold C Wall Sal !\ M.\
I Super.l I ville spent the week-end here with![: | Crosby and son Mary Lee, ,i I
Keg. $:::0. ; Ernest Byrd. Sal. Janitor ,I I Miss Effie Crawford. of Plant City spent the week-end

for April, $40; C. J. Powell labor here with relatives..
Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Chesser andaughters d 1
on paper racks $1 ; Bradford Mildred Ruby and Elsie !\fl'. and Mrs.\ Bert Shaw and

Co. Telegraph Clerk's Rep. $5.00. Mr. and children of St. Marys spent the
were visiting Mrs. C _
4 I Note 23c. $;5 25; E. W. Hayes Adv. A, Hilliard and family of Wood week-end with !Mr. and Mrs. K C. '

; '-Zt :; Com. 1937 Roll $120.00; City Light lawn section Sunday afteyipon.; Lewis. k

& Water Plant, Lts & Water, Ct. H.
'1Lt5tf@-g@ Mrs. W. H. Green and daughter,, -
& Jail $2541;
Manufacturing; Freda of this section/ are spend WOODL AWN
,.'j ,FJ-'ST.z1): Co. Zep Cull Tissue 10 Ibs. :$10; this week In ,
ing Jacksonville visiting Mr, ,\.. Yarbrough, ('or.
ill;F 1 1i J e I.'; F'LGe/CA rC' : Slat ike Telephone Co. Telephone friends and relatives.Mr. j
i ; Service $8.90
Other Featttrrt
; Burroughs
't Adding
r '.,t.; courvr Ec; I i Mach. ('0. Ribbon for Machine .75; and Mrs. C. E. Crawfordand .1, f:. E. Varbrough and W R. Kersey

son. Junior were visitors to, were business visitors to
Supplies for
; Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr Brunswick, Ga., last week-end.
I CI. House $3.25; C. A. Knight, Col1 -
1 -, and Mrs. Ovid Johns: and Ruth and Dorothy Johns are visiting I DIRECT ASSOCIATED
li'Uing 1936 TaKes $111.31: Mitch.
ll's Drug Store Ink for Ct.; House baby of \'o,>JIlwn: section spent their sister, Mrs. E. H. Jenkins 'PRESS WIRESOver

: Sundae here with Mr. and Mrs. at Midland. GII.t .
$1.40; C. A. Knight, Pd. for making t these oome the I11'I
I 2 R. N. Crawford and family. The people of this section aresorry '
$2.20 keys and fixing lock to vault !Miss. Kffie: Crawford entertainedma to report the death of Mrs. stories of three AP "riff

; Harold C. Wall. Ins on -iy of her friends with chicken D. L. who graphically tell the In'
ae a Phillips, Sunday night. She
a at at
I 1"fiR.BJdJ .
;; $10.20. E.: K.
Perryi i supper Saturday night. All reported had been 111 a long time. cidenLi.DIRECT .
eta snail Death of Geo. C. Davis $5. I
1 -I DI'. J. W Brownlee. Clinic :$1 SO; ,. u nice time. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Hilliard and'children :

...lG!", : 1 Dr. O. L.. Haynes Clinic $1.75; Mr. and Mis. Walter Wilkersonand i were visitors to Raiford UNITED pIlE
Har-I family of Lawtey were visiting Sunday. I
nova Phaimacy, Clinic $5.25
6J t.g.1)A t .JJ ; Mi. and Mrs.
I old C. Wall. Insurance $3800 Money Thompsonhere Mrs N. M. Bradley of Starke WIRES
& } Sunday. was visiting her mother, Mrs W. '
Standard: Oil
I Company Burner Oil j .. Coverage of the procertinGtla
/'vasATQc,:>.: rt '. I Med. $3090; L.. A. Davis Rent on1 Kersey Sunday. I assigned to two UP ,aw.
'." ;r'p'1t'I'i'itZr I-'ERA XY.'OR FOR JAX Mrs. H. Keene Is visiting her I
Bldg.< $60; Walker, Evans
C rI.W .e Y & Cogswell Co. I JAC..SONVILLEJacksonville. mother in this section for a few whOM writings are pow'III11"

I, 'I f .-'YY OTf;. ;. ...4If ; 1\1 lts. Fth..1ohn"on.Supplies/ for, JudgeJ.V12 Pamper will have, a new mayor next month weeks before she returns to Sham I I ly known.

.. 4irv7'2 ( (or the first time in fourteen years. |, .
.. $5; rock.A
,* John T. Alsop. Jr., who boosted this large crowd from this section i
I.-' I ;; 'I.. : rOf'ONUT: T.M.M (probably( Unrn :.-:titkablo: evidence by way cf l|1 UlU.iMPension- J733.39 city and Florid on frequent speak- attended a chicken supper at Mr I I IN

I iriii.e. 'h" I/lJlil'al:> : South Am ?rica! : and fossil vorleor.iteunearthed)" in variout i Mrs. Irene Rig-don. Allowance ;i '.nova Pharmacy, Medicine for and! Mrs. R. N. Crawford's home

I |>/r<>!.atfte.l: itself: ii vari: "m 1 parts: parts of the slat", shows that the AFJ.I- 100. ,' r till $2 '.); K. K. Perryman. Coat had here Saturday night. Everyone I I

r 01' \ \aorl: I I hv l tile IriTlinMr: of its .seedfii (jATOil: exk' <<:.i in Florida! aa far back .\jfrl"lIlturllt'ulld/ i I IT ':o Judge's Court $18.33:: ; Fenole E.a E.grand time. "''e orl u

untoM! ilistjifKV.*. |Its( tall! leaning: a.-t the mastodon, elephant and other animals K. McClJiia, S.il.iry Cn. Agent I Chemical Co. 9 Adjustable Toilet Keene. and Yarbrough son and Mrs H. |

+ I ti'ink' heiiriti'! ? ali"l't its ,'n0i'nind4. crown long extinct. Today: however the |I$7500. Pal>..r fixtures $13.78; A. J. Thornas. tors to Jacksonville, Harley were vlsl- '.

el' In'," ;iind load of nuts i i4 a beautiful picturesque reptile is waging a losihi i Fine Jl fiirlellure Fund t'' Witnesses Pay of Circuit Court --* Saturday. ftlraesIRniouP..OF.

4 .flit; tie! leufl-Jtjj! j T Frank Landrtim. Sal and 1 For Petit Jury $25(3.50.TOTAL .
n; : : shimmer avid glitter battle for existence i due chiefly to the i An ounce of lettuce
conviction $30; J. B. Rowe Gerard __ ___ ._ seed will
1 tit.iU-r\ I tropical It has -
been estip'itpii 1
I I hat sun : :! commercial value of iU hide. As a result Iat I J.iil. & Laundry $ 2.5O: ; A. O. There b..lnno/ further business : provide :5000 plants.
morj coconut palms have its extermination: not be far '1
I.-.1 n pi'11''I I around Miami may Antlieu. Feeding Co. PrisonersIS37 'hlt Board adjourned to meet May j Ing tours into the East and Mldibewest
than all distant. Its I. ,
destruction should be stop- 05; A. O. Andreu., Fines, Costs list. A. D. 1937: at 10:00: o'clockA. I bowed In the
,1:1'! Democratic
1 "r tro.'s |put together.; While\ the ped for the living: alligator is beneficialto I &, Telephone. Bill $9 SS; A. O. An. I M.A. i runoff primary election to I IO.
I'l'onut Ire. ; yield useful Gturg"l) DilL
Itt ; many pro- mankind in that it destroys many enemies dieti! Warants & ("II pi.." Co. \,, J THOMAS Bin me, chain store operator. '
it h'H little
commercial value in of tilth, especially those of black I Judg" Court $3) 901 ; Dr W. B. Clerk. Nomination Is tantamount to
,I- ar ila, other than elecI -
: as a highly valued ( Parks Sal. Co. 34 '
,1It. : Physlclm $ ; J. L. L. Conner I 10'Th unt>(flcl'll vote
,. ",' l I wi" i
II :
11' I
L. Peek Ct. r."I".1 t..r 1 day 31'31\ :! ; I ChavtnCn I flume 12.231: : ; Atop| :.77n.. I

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ti v !19,17J : RIl. lt"llIt (Ot V'f"' TtI.Jo..JC-\I'Ii. --1'\t ICE:, I'Lllltill4 -- --- --

itidn t know host ton wan intended fell biting. *111'' f MINUTES OF :,
\ lo they; teed MU in the r nks. but quite ,
COWEN'IxOM he \\lll\ bl" KU glllK) AS tO I
I I; about it I'nhke I Fred I Him you SCHOOLBOARDFollowing UNIVERSITY

wllllAMIOYCE nmyKeans answrirtl i ri' of the ,, ',blank from the tough", i\e-ancl- hug thin ptntlrmmi. to bin quar
I htuihod combatants 1 ake if, milltaiy ,distlplme! \\'hpn' tem"" of the. minutes '
me pail
Bologna." said the other c,tilled out for bayonet;> dull the first dets.' of the Bradford County School NEWS

"Yeah ?" said tied "What kind I:true. he peered mt\ously light and. : not be lot lulled In
Hoaul' thai could i
I "" 1 I..n. flinching umlet the hustle I Iu.t"n..1t ly tor the boy and! at the same I
of money they pay.U; \} npraiiM of hu'kof r
1NLUALSEY L'mk a day! and expenses, ;' was of :..I.-alo\\I8.l'k' per- time; n -pnsm" of resentment Al the List w'l'k'lt. paper Hv BIUVA1NKIOHT: : j

( ,' the reply lommamlsLorg whole mil it H l.v uegfineshot through! spacerhaih'V 'k 1 sill continue a tewhiujiiiphii "
,'mj-toiy Ktlt..\' and l Mm K: T Thlltt'< l
him So that. \\tmrmu they InHtillil -
RAtNESO "\\i-n. I'll) )leave nil the glory to point'' balked the set- I Stewait of lltookiieie spplntAr ; l skeli'hes of HiailfntilCininty /
"hIHHdel' In nu\.It't'M from f'l'mR'IIn,1 \ ut
." said Fred Joshmgly,.: 'Pictuie his squad to tin the UH7-3H.: : boys now studying.
;you ,),;pant. as he signally!: ,) olfici'H': l d 1 bus ililMi!

I II me itching Inside of those monkey I i barge. one by one on a straw In" few moments Jimmy hatoptned tpim I (iiienvillp : -
suits'! buw-lcgged : : hive llaiolil. Howard Mooie. son of :Mi and ,
Chasing myself : dummy.'lth.h'H\\ Shot t point"limmy It'a ileiiilei) to
bin fine and! draw breath one of his Ho lubbei) his Dice
)1IJ1.L.1I,) I every time Home dirHsed.up shoe to the i Pearce iipuli the win.lows. in the )Mm. LV. Mosaic ThtieotiH, was .'
had out .
( them piped up: who ionic l'epl'ulldlfully UK he 101l.k..1II') S. ll>31
H. in
elf Ik hollers at me No. thank! colored, school), graduated from
time easy something .laic It.y
peace dt Iii ground halfeiiting| .lIlnting In runt of exciy- 1'
Wal 'Im, "Why don'cher Join the army The two doughboys; hud nothingto I tinnxpuit\ rhil. i and IH now a sinior in the College
''w it was all pret- but controlled on Ihe order of[ college; foot- body!" he-Null). Ilia plaint let' voice It.Ult agreed: Ajrlcultlll'lIl I
."nt' name to Fred Willis, say to this either by way or l.Hll practice, hit Ins lips and tiled : "Thai u fine exhibition:' Jlltn from' the edge: of the CloyCounty of AKlUulture": studying ?
; iv hlmstlf A wave of ticketbuyersbegan .
m" ,CI and it agreement 01 irbuttal They were line to Himltoul ('ount y Jonjln..lnlo\: :
qtr: Jot not a hard one to niaxs around the entiante too busy eating When they haulfinished ttt avert his eyes; I 1I..n.t let It get you i," send! Kie<)1. luioN How ind I has membership In Alpha -

airs( at I' .mpcrament of the tent With practiced rapid the last Juicy mot'I'1 they "Here we got all. the good Mlalniiiii :' You II!) learn The hoard. will irninpplien, Zeta, Honoiaty AgiKUltuieKiateinity !:

to do was draw folk! he doled nut, pasteboards and I marked off. continued Sergeant where 'le \Mimg"Hiisvvrifil I and in the AnncultuieClub /
.411 h' ity glanced at their wi 1st watches, saw i 'That' \au tlnn. of bus ililMiH III be ipimilMonilay ,
tl '13'' show, of his! honky. at the name time continued his their time was nearly up Anti with Meadowlark. using his own I Jimmy 'III faint cveij I urn* 7. HP was on the Honor Roll '
; "tie knew that most sales talk madea bajonct as H point t He was brutally I if Jhe dummy ? for the second semester of I1 1V
'lnk a final grateful! handshake time especially The board, agreed! l to mtept
,?PI. .i s enough curiosity to "Only the tenth part of a dollar! dash for the roadway'I 'lealtstlc Hues' tee| throat! starts jelling; '' at me in Ciiiman'CiHhblnR concrete h"IIt1lt's now on the loiiilhoitue I 111311.( He Is Cadet Klist Uietiten-

dime and he had The greatest mystery of the msll )- I be u.ulin about you; in the a snatch will do the work his kit .llmmy sin rleu lawn us H gift\ front thiHiiHimHi lint in advanced H O T. C.
art .
drnte in the Imagina- l em 1 u 01'M', When dlsivwcrei' ) in Casualty ImU'' Fred called after l lthi heie I the ainiiil| theresii II on a lire line foi the ilixir Minn Club and h,,\e them

,,ooag( J':,' ,ii his. spiel 1 to pit him- 1 her Madagascar tave. uma was m. I big net ye and a bill 1 iii let i Y up then "\\hne yon !going!: .'" iiskPil. tied. iiinM'il, lo the H II S. rumpus us nut .limmle :Mooie. non of Mis

..11 ui the most tlRhtfiHledi Hiiriounileil by snakes serpents' His followed then fast. -moe.mg . ot hloanybody will ding' Homi,' replied! ..1'1111\' ; He butt pl.Kiil. ) around tilt liuskithiill. iomtI I Limit,1",1 lie 1 mute: 1.11'\ ley. wa

I and scorpions! She eats. them she eyes time his Mm If ;\'u hit line, ." a determined look 'I't'\'h"11t I and bun ililMii' will Kiadu.ited ft. not Plant C'lty Ilieh.Sihiwl
; feet. Involuntarily keeping and Is now a 1'1'1.,1'i'
i 11.'a decided'i* <'IIIHul I in 1"15: ,
n to the sound of a Uineial l ('"II.' ."'.
ule.ik ape In/( duty in "Why Hint you; in the aim\; "" hum His. own Tutmoviil[ up ,ind "1 o u. man"' hi' ntdiied, Poui l-'icil. sa\v m, ul'flit.i' HpiniMChinKlit bv the rally musing! "f. Hihiml. man In the ; of PI!
ad l no desire\ to don called nut the H'con1'01,11"1'\ Suddinlv teem paces' tthe, I "u", Batted' "\ 11' Hiiilsii/eil: .Iniinn';i iu 1. 'The 1 linanl. will no longer. : ..issislHIM \ linimte Is a pledge;;
down h.1I
in He was
It peisonal'y'; Nor He took m"ny he I .limm.obejei1; ; .. .r m I ( driVers III. |putt IlIlM' new tr'1I1'.S.! Alpha Suit'IiiI\ )Io'rlllf'nllly
fists impulse
his inescapable
t J.'I'dl'n.'hrd'\ rome by an niemliii of the I Freshman Fool-
mv misgivings The ii step forward thin. Blew back bolted down the steps in their Co; slier thi '1..Itl.: ,"lied (III. 'hun't! IK I li rrxrv girl* I he this. noi will it tie itupiinmhlt" fur. j 1(11"0-. rt and) the Freshmen Itox
woik \h oIl'\'I'H iii i 01 ti'tit, 'hIH bull Ten in. i
Itself, His befoil lint purrhasrd \
,' )
rim i He hud just began, to dilate once ,pried You il h picked up sctond
mild amount .uiK: 'Tiani. !Id! I leu ntly won
with a on the sinister and tenible.I MIII KIM" ., mill nut ('amI
i nance to see. the I j I again fascination of Zuma then the two and, ent t In l, -a\.enxnrtIIVe'u. l I Atti i tlrunstdrtuilloll i the I>ii.Hi nl, place' in the 22U: yard dimli anilthliil
I the Kill( (' yard dish in t
i-noiiRli: Rood meals at! my recruits pooling their vocal hole and w< vigot!:. to slay til I d liciiltel I lo inntliiue. the use. of tin I 'pine m Intiamiiiiil Track
rather Kioiitlniitloiinl: I Hank( ot Jin' IIMIIIillt I the I l-iatunity t 1
itnianila, of his strength yelled' at the top of their Mtiling\ OM l !
one. He was fill from : voices: (1'.In lie t'ootinuedl, ) \ as cuunty poHitoi\ insteadof I nut na mi ntHiihaid .

U" .n he saw not I, --- -- tmnsli'iilns funds to the "Hoi- ---
atx IIIIIRP but "\\hy ,ilon cher join the al my'' hide I sun of Mr: I and ', 'I
the smooth-tummT3g 10 1 "I'UK 11(11) .IIIK!'> OKItlt \11"a rank at Sliikt\ ... If
'rheeruw'd ..
This was. nol to be Ignored :MIH\ H It llude. L.iwtey, .ItSgl'o.
life should be in. .Mil OKI) ( (11'IV I I.OKII \.1 I I I'.tiuin it tin tiuMie tliitiiiiiKhi 'S '
",Ulm I had' tinned\ as on man and . lui'. II.. iimvaswil and \ fIlll
an argument in at the baiker I Id AI'III t> wile the Colltspul
T sty "II'UC' staling is in w .i junioi In I
v' 'I, ven hud the EU-I Home wi-ie laughing. Home had IIIaiMseil, I hut at 111(10: oilnckA the ft'Ii .\\'iii,)It: min ,ill'c 1'11",1 1'1"1'1.1' Alls. and l Siiinie He plans totoinplite 1

"" 'lu /get around 'the withwide M\. on Ma\ 31st. A. I\I H 37. nl I.aul.v win pie
smiles gazed
cynical some r
; ca the uniliiM.necl. ( will open and l nm' )1(1)lIn. \Fred Mnoie\ T 1.I 1"11)1' ami thin interrnrdirul
rat anothii '
I ; hanging", jaws. .
eyes i'f BHAttF'litUt ,il'istiiit 111 1.I II
m' a buckwotKls coin uli-r sealed! ottennKH lIr'l arhsd to complete his
K' I Leaping down from the platform. \ I .1 I :\h'Ilnrll'Y.0'1\ IIlIk ,:
blazing afternoon in { (t'Ol'Nr HKHTTNPINllltAI : : ,MIUV. I V studies. He Is .1 number. of ('11\''' f
u, i holding Fled tomed, Zuma whip aside un'lfllc..oJ d )) HONT'S; ..latpl.J.IDllaIY l. 1 1. Kexnolds; II.,iniitnn i"PiMitet. 2 I 1..1 I IV
,im,'r Fred was I sirs, piilai' dame< oigaillationinonf
-pellbound. His prize the belligerent pair Almo..tHlmullan'Clusly I'm\ I which Dltiiinjis, should he aililicsHi'il \ Home( 1': \V JohiiMini 1 Linn -

he swung left and andetalgnod! inn) tie. !Mill :SL uku' 11! MM tlit l 3l C. .1 I I I.
>n this trip was Ziima.v to tin i !: : .\ the .ui'i-tH:, I',n' Ihe JnnloiSi \ l
TT\ ul I from the Lowlands tight honks ti> the two m..n's eyes.'t'he ; % 't kW p, rr identified, .,n lilt' f.101ot' the i n- I'owdl. I.. P. Cum. O I 11'Itila nHII"I I: .ii Ini.. si rill I wi'<'k'i'ml al the fill.

mnge was perfectly mc'iisuied.I'he Mlonwith| tin lollnwinnMinls' Ml distorts voted, for. tin wiie Misses Kl.ilnejtin, ,
-' injnnteU 1
force hi'hind the blows was lerlifie a' W: Y 'if (Itoail I IteluniliiiKHiiinN llllll'll lllHlispntoi I .
OffiiiriK) .1 l. I. \11,10'11"11 I wan 1 1'rn"/lIIII":; Anditws, nnd :MHrjurleSlump '
the light
I just Km: of the boys sat dawn
h nt ,
OtfiiH, must be the. 1'117-Js\ : :\ lean ill of tlaiki1Milih
with the deft help lol '. f.I
nivAI own cook pulled her \\lIholllurh'mpling to hit backIied I 10'11"I\ I tin dot.| in unlei, tn be i oilliiereil I\ The linanl, .i ienl III Hive >:, ', l" 4

whom innate noml: mature' ( assist in It.I' Iw.lloI.II"HI'II: Lillian
.1' i.at-..kms about her he \\iniiiinM (Inb to '\ 1.:<
imtimu'il furtive sulliesholtin never (Minnttol him, to harbor, a 11( "Alii i Oh t'tI'NT1'\ ,'OM: :MI.sslONKKS :\- I lilY wink fur, i MIIV anil .1 MiniM SlillihilK.;, IH "lothy Snpp' and \\1m-i im ;

t members of \the grudge longer) than was iihHolutrlyne : I'.iaill'i.nl l'inintvSim :I' __ _: :Mcl'e( wen visiting, ,. in Ciilnexllli '

managed tohowever. (. siajy, beckoned to the defeated o 'fainting tnftanl of tttty \ ..ke. Hoi Mil I \\ \l I.. I' \ 111.\ t.)ItIN \' Sum! iifli-inciiin. I
l I'p'd Hlwa>s ; pan, Taking them uiiiund by t'' body!, Thai a/ins txhibi ; -- Rl\il'.11"CIFI'-; ; ."! KIn :? -- ---

i. "ht'ck. the mess tint he foraged out two r lion," Card Jimmy. :M\ I'ltilHbuiL/! ehtiibliHhe the i.munitionsith the tlim IIH. < .II IMBUE: DIXOIU KITAVAHKS : > .

n i. is, he cried in his. gond-aizui,! pieces of law beefsteak flist 'opi'n." II' |,.i"ti,llne In the, mon of Iii rungs: iiiltU. imliiHtiy in : Polly Map ItuiivkHI .

?' ,mating i manntr "'frl!' \\'hen the cart i lect application had '-- .-- Onll11 1 1 Stall s 10'1.,1"11., Hit Imilv' Pi.nun.nit himiitnf.nlti wun a divorce in Circuit Court I Ih't' }
scientific .
.1= 'Iii t of the been made, to \their optical ecu- the .- --- ) the min| >i'tune'iand!l from. her yein-olil!) husbij.ni),
ri neither walks nor talks, wake In a couple of minutes. he .siigcanl!: Give sun point' HI s <*.( 'lit:IH I.K: whichthiiii.il she marrigid i
II..IS. the doughboys; looked at the It In'Vha i, the ntltttiF'aster' <"iiii' of H huslnvHH upon Kdmiiinl RUHHek whom
'r.. "II" language! : juicy hunks of meat with meaning. had caught up with them Don t boll! back Ihritu ""II1I'lIInlll:0 ntH di ,pcnd I fin II living We five years' ago In .> final )1; f I
where is this wur he .m1. Put' Stalks II '45 iiiNo 111. .
: :
onlook- Say .
..1 'Ins' Hfternocm' : ful expte sions. Fled was quick to biter HuUKht dilute data on theHubjut hi'mini;. the young woman testified fll
'. ,ors interested In Zuma aske-d tiueiilentlv it :::0:>. Due Starke :; .15 "m. limn tin 11 nMiis rand, .i'sli : on tune. oitasiini when wi t
in : catch on. and seizing a frying pan. annweied .ne. Jimmj; had managed to sink his "u. :::03. Due Hlalke 12:15;: prn.I INo. I j
than take bus
"We a he
r.: I" :i'Imithe appeal males hunt. the Htiite ill pm tnu'nt wile living in CiiilneHVllle, gut
.. soon had! the steaks si/ling with stailkd look bayonet in the Mill, fed! flguie before 2tJl Pile Slatke' IO.2J"( ) 'm. with \
'.' i n' sleeved barker They of the bnjs a of HU!: ii dilute I-n'in the 1",1 t tHvuilahle mail with n.e and whipped me

.-n ii pin II bluntly in a heck. "Look like you buys; was kept "\\'.. I I'm going with you. tc him :Now hi stood still Me.iduwMik Nm thbuundNo. I infntcult linn wi pumnt I a. HwlUh At another time he took i in ''t '

a- Fled paused to wipe kind of hungry; ;.." he commented plied Fled A flicker of I a smile fclnIKell .1.) 202 IIIJe Hla..ke. I r.1) pNo. the ,lolluwlug, fl!:""'''. HH niiulV ai hinglp\ and whipped.. me with It ,Jtit f

t4 :" -- -.- came over his fllc" And don t "\\' ). now he',. dead am t he ? 204 Due Statke 1 15 I'm. mate IIM ale ortatnahle. hit me with his fiat iiinl cuiseil 4[ I
.... think for, a minute I ilem know I II'ln hf di'mandi'd what do. you want/ tci =,"0. 2011 IIIit' Starke II 15: "nI.INo.2Hb '1111'1"t me appii, ." tily< one million '. me be'caime I did not feel like {1\\ I

as big a sup as you two gu\s"! tool mound with a toipse tar? Due Sluuke 3:3iurn.:0.214 : I out? hundred, thousand tangy winking, : Himsik denied! the >'(}\ I

ELECTROLUXKerosene .Seigmni Me-iidowl.nk was a xeteian I Withdtaw' Not.t like that( Twillt! I',. :-: Dine HIIIII b.05: 'I.In..1Starke iiitil l*' in the slate 'I 1'1 he ti'IIHUH cal l cluirj .
of the old. \ school He had a it-!'- : Bu" Agent/; :: B..aHhoy's lie of all runic* in 10'1"110111, Is about I ..II

I whip-l.ish tongue and he war gruff Slow ljthe tjlood had! diamiilfiom I: Service Siiitinn, nplosite' coulI- 'Io1 1.>OOOOiii) and nf "pine b".tIt.\ I \\ II.,. :'.:r 1'l\ell'Tr J"j.

Operated RefrigeratorGives to the cure His principal diversion 1 Jimmy fiue He tried to follow I house tie 2.flllfJ.nOfl( ) It 1-4 sate lo nay that OC'ALA I.. S I. Khoilm, Mute:; ; i

, these d.i\s. was to put the recruits the MiMants.; instructions, i -- -- I ange|( c.ittli' in the Mali\ ate woith marketing (ommlsHinni. pio'liol I '

) through thiir paces, particularly in'' pulled) 1 at the gun then slipjiid) to" IK\I> -( III.IH 1.1. ,lit I market Millie. at IIIIMI twilvemillion ell! the pi inline and mint hallllIng) 'I ,

PKRFKCT REFRIGERATION the matter of bayonet piacticeWhen the ground In. lead faintMc.idowlaik \.. Our oihedule hangvs: April 2lh ilnll.iiN'Mil lIvlHlon i>f the I Ctntliil Kloitla, j

he came acl'"SI'h\ a Higustc.il by such| !and l.aIDIIIIIIUn as followsouthhoimil u me about 'iUOiil) herds ot, 1o"'lI'm"III'' Market, herO will liftKMIIIII I.. .

AT LOW COST younjjstfi as jimmy Davis. the .<.igeant .- an unsoldiciltk' action motioned to, :* range, cattle lonitei,) in the aim .ex- : piofitH fur formers growIIH -

was truly in his glory Jimmy the most) lobu-' .lookingleirult in No. 1 Due StaiVe 11:31: P.:>I ,,'nhnfrum/. I', MMII" 'nl.i to (J. ... IIYJs anil livoHtiick laineiH "1 amjjid .I'''

ROBERTS CASH STORE was patently from the sticks" the lioni line It hnppened' to be. =,"0. 15 Due Staike -41:: PA: :M and UN fin iiiioHs" the slate ( i 'In HIP" thin mat kit being npi y

\\oit'i HIM,TOS i SI-KIM-: i He was" shy and sensitive. He J.e.l., No 107 Due Starke t'.lb] A \1 is, KiMMminii. The intiiH nf the. I mil hire." he siiiil ypHteriliy "I ii'

I I wanted to make friends in the 'f'lixatellhn.. lie. said, with No 191 Due Stitt lie Hi JO::\ 1'Nurthhound \I.I I. InIII"II\; rite Hoit :MyiiH. AIt'aollll.Ioi..H'II1I11. ,. believe I his ptiiiliiie Phil fiat i m, togithir a ,

e. IIMV. \vltltmiinyotli- with the abattoir hero. will t

1 I, :No 2 I hue' Staike :5; (id A .V I II "ii 1 sin.ill, ) "ni s tliimi ;hdiit the eat provide\ nn outlet for( the fruits 4 E

I No. 16 true Stail-t 11H: A\I: tie t iciuntiv' Km: 'h large cuttle vi KfiibleH. poultiy juiiiliKta. and) ,

No. lOb Due Staike :5.00 1'\1:: owner" i niilo'[ ;>'H hum ten le> tuiriIV I mits ul this 1" sic. which will di*- I

\ I st.irl.i' and \\.inn-e Hnuii. I im.li on H jiar-ionnil l IIIHS| and vi 1 I"p into pi'of Its limning into it I

\ Vo': 101 Leaves Staiku 7.HO) A ....ih small rattle tuner hits two many' thiiiinanilx of ilnllniH, Theie t tIH

WHATWHERE.WHYOF Vn 102:? Arrives fctarke 1 ':50; H ALMily "H'i three h.lni.H[ who may he ,,"'I1I. }- no jurHtion about il." ,I IlialhiiH i

xce-ft' SucilaMi. lifts. ot his f.irmlv; -- .--

T J. GP.IFFIX. 'II' ',,\n. .... 1"1"1"|| Taut' nu m- I ..u II', ii in.iv>m Inc.ten H of I

.- i"6rts" 01 I fimilii, if nittli, men ,dli I III tll"ly.

....r e. I i IerlV I .to |I"i ruli nt" upon. tin, rllngo' __ _u $
JUST ONE .ro'l mil( I the cai JHi
wits own or J
altli iii lusiiiii f u living nurntu" r i iirtuully
ftntl sal All. U. fl.... I' I Irniatx
.... imtiitmti 1 t the Industry a4
OneSpptFir. on ok. It cut -me. 111I'.1/00' ( ( ( pe.t' ..lull "
SA' SU'U''
Kill.r GU"'DC"'A '" P"haps" to'.etvutrve, lo.ay. hll.V'-III. 11I1I1.U'r and .U"ll'lhuIIII'R /
COUNTY FLORIDA .... .... i'' [
BRADFORD nwlf" ..mar>. II. 011.1.. &, 'hat .IK tinlh M He (population" of and) hides anlln other waya jf
,.,.. ... .. A blow al the Industry thereri'm' I
lt1Ut0, ..L.te.nd *' 'li' sou1, ii "ri or less tllmtlyItptni'nt
ho'rrf.I'u.G C MI'\MLS! I. \ "!. :-n:KMruiEnih : lie;.\ :: E'iL7F. __ =-1 ... ". **"* *** -t : ?poi. the alt l le Iniliihi IH' .i. blow HI the means of j
I---I living ot one pen.on in ,ten in I'luriilu ,(
\II'IC I IUI.L'UIU: 4. SIOKKturki : :t'i 'I I his i: bun u! cm the
!L\Irll1.UHOi thoce riillHhiiKM .mm'ral. I''
-, Hurlil.i m I'J', finn' ittui than
I Thirst Healthily!) Ile earij a full line of R E A L I (.fOulmUIl TIRE!' .\M |l \'f. .---- --.---... - --- -- ''I 1:

tret'I.fnd: ) rU-M.TUi: :. TFKIFI. W'. IHHKsI I'

picas end repair ESTATE ,I : \-\ IKKM- f

&:: ft m Stern's Garage IT'S LINE MOVINC INTO A NEW HOME .f II! ttie e

Bradford Hdw. Co. I IF YOU UANT TO


't *.d"" .<* ThAt Refrs.he,..." .I. i:. (\KLJ-LE, (Chlnt'r.I SEC; T i ij <- -.nt\ut.. ,.r\flus. ra When you repaint wallswith I'' \

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(':\IFSLight's I ".i- >IfclH( K: 1111.( my FresCoLitey .
DenmarkFurniture CO. l ll

W. Anderson's
A. .
Shell Station Cot K.
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New *prlnc __ <.o .iyc youf room .baI I aukc my Fr.,,,.Co-Lite in many; I I' )1:
\\ erf : : Service Station .
.UMNOuuh. ItKTMI. .7(11"--: : fresh, demo brifbt "av hoiuc" pi....ag nnu-to folks can have .: I .
to '
t"I'k Iaery: I'ABIT sure I HONK: MKstewnrtUarner :\ cal- 1 I look--with bal a Lisle tfart and the pvcial color combination Chas :

A. c'ej:. DrinksOao tee It lUJureoa Iiu\. :V GOOD II.XtK TO "UY littli money-by r.- mat* dion be.l cod I make it toood ., t

and Oil __ :\IEf.TOl".1: rrtnsni: j i a.s1 ,, \.... (I. Lb.iatioii your will* with my Frc- ( .It laM for long, long nm.. t .J.. ', :
_.. ; -U.e IM wll rnintx Go to mj uihoriKj dealer today r.''ii. : II'
The '"
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._ p Soft ..!..., anal l moderns'e' ...y your, colon from the free I.t' .
Refrfnerafor: & WainwrightHart '
( hl<..K 'n Dinners plygp( "f.E.STEIt'l'S.' I .\. H\KTMN., i-rcp. I Bectio: light vritbwui i ,.IIAN- color card be will gladly give you r. ,I v :

Wnday KMTtRK i i IN ,i.': \scn .\(.KNC: '*' youll hike tbs .p a.l 6iu.b of ..d t.4e ad"aol>tl. of Ihe special, / \ "" i ..
FI\F. I VII 'ryes. "' Innrnnielth miire.nd, bc( u.c I ...'. I li tro aprciftl tt...CoUM .
be it off ,
THE ... E.\ .S Ttltl-- .EED's: pric rin, on my! 1 'I.I 1"
I.O1{ l.ftJC I: I Old Iethti'le. ) companies oil formulrt tbtt nusfcc ilntra I ;' ,..
OrangeBlossom I Wall Paiot this wH.. I t
c \\ 1: 1111I..it: r ,a-on: f.U t clasdc il Ii..p. in ir..l>, : It :
Furniture Co. I'RE.u, ,"r<>( K OK OKU HOOK/ I Ito' ...n pftmtmt9 fur 1 long time. A <))I '. f" l'f l t!'ci

1.1'1nt: \ VFH> R-avanatle. You Can Find /& llthd I'' .'r d" r! F .
Cafe It't w.>h.bU, too, to thai ugly I ,' "" ,
.. rriiist ihtSuwannee ;: uot sod dirt >x.n>lii c.o be ...My Pr..1 '): ., "

__ --- vi.ir -.rmb Store i What You Want 4 _...d with damp. tlcxh. THE H. B DAVIS CO.Baltimore ,it l': :.
Md. to.
: I I In This Corner .I t \ ,11,
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>KlC(..ISTSWC .* ..1\ f ot i: rM'JiniNO ii.4 .1,
LET: i /y .. 9
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I If '> nii want moreull READ THE ADS {1 it
'IH"'lflI'U; iioi'-t) :
A quicker! rrsnlts more reonamleallyCItE4Cltlpp0 : Hardware
ARE ( t/V-MN: /1 Bradford Company ,. : f

\ \ then inrit )'''"r..s.. in this \\ 11 VT, VANl Ot-O RAGS!' lust be ;

KXPERT L. S.mmons' STAKKK.; FLORIDAU. . 1 y.
01. If:1:1:. 11111irrttor. irk white! ar.d! ir. good c"n.liuon111 .. t.

Mitchell's Drug Store Plumber I I II.. who haul one. p..y"" per pound The Telfrraphvshal. -_ I.. t .1.f

Qnkk' Dependable S nice II !, '-.

P ItII'111

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BRADFORD tur.vrr TKI-KOKAI-II. STAKKE. nonn F'RiIAS'. MA1 1911

I | and daughter !';o''flII'ooHo''I.D FKED: ALL ITS Mills from our shun -
I Bradford; tilts H. C Brown
Former, n
'b*" '
COTTONSEED: MEAI cottotv sted
and Saturday prn
Honored) On Birthday spent Friday ae
FAVORITE Ocala with Airs Brown's sister. Writing in The Progressive Far farms where the i '

I j I "Whlpporwill Cove, beside liti I Miss Leila Deu Andrews. They mer. Editor Tait Butler famous grown.

'Jocict I i tie Santa Fe Lake formed the setting RECIPESI i were accoir lamed home by Miss Southern i authority on livestockrind

I for a delightful gathering of Andrews who remained with them feeds warns the South againstthe I I.ICK': IM roiimark '.

(I relatives and friends one day this I 1 until Sundiiy. folly of selling millions/ of bushels Report *. I-, .
week when C..1. Weeks of Jack- Mrs II. T. Hall. Jr. sent a recipelo --.------- s of cottonseed meal to other sec ''01111 In iiudhforll4t., ,.. ,
i sonville a prominent retired rail- I week that Ist'ntl..ly i 111'1'1'11I'ulch.) a student at theUniversity KlnrUlfl. on nccminl. of '.
Circ1f'll'etill; this
Starke Woman's Club U'miclman )! the Telegraph lions every year. He urges feedingtwo nl for' ttif year l tilt'.
AfternoonThe Tuesday( :Night way engineer celebrated his 73rd i new to us. But If It'liIII of )Flotida, spent Sunday pounds of cottonseed meal a C. .0\. KN: i il
Met Wednesday: bnthday anniversary.This good and refreshing as it sounds here with his parents, Mr. and day to each horse or mule In addition l 1111! : 6 ,.i.iinlj Ti-

Woman's Club met Wednesday Starke Grove :No. 27S h'hla regular 111'rek14' it ISI) we know :Mrs. C. A. Futch. Men ill hud as I'ri.prr
vicinity being 1 afternoon at 3:30: o'clock) in meeting Tuesday night at 8 old' home and family church plot' that you'll be eager to try It right I his guests two of his University hogs. We quote: IM tlllllMllll. ,'..11.. ', t. IITo ,

the club auditorium for .a, biimncssMsKion I 'clock. The meeting was called who to Mot he)a' Day was observed! by a away. There's nothing better on i friends H. G. Perry of Miami\: and "In shipping cottonseed meal out HiilaiH.f' Kin ilui A: Fiirrrltui. ,
over order by Mrs. Vergie Flynn nice cool Present of Jennings. Tu IIn lit. .. diem |..
which was presided visit by relatives to the near by I I I H warm afternoon than 11 Ivey i. nor
:Mrs II. B. presided, in the absence of the ._ of the South soil fertility or plant Hiniiunt i-iilli'I ,'t''-OTo
vice-president. I ------ j : :
by the cemetery Later they gathered by drink anti trial's what you can haveif foods nut which should lliituM.ilut* "
,M LI'ndon. Mrs. H. C. Riteh.ec- guardian Mrs. B. M. FusHell. Allulh..r the lake where a delicious dinner you'll follow this recipe for I Miss Ruby Lilley Is in Armstead. are shipped 4 enter, ItitHll. and. Urn, ?
last officers were present and a I '1111. time with be retained for the land from which To Uiila iH'i" HUM
of the short
retary read the minutes beneath the oaks. spending a .
was spread shrub. I II
blackberry exctuent ly niiMiimi' .IIt..t"d
In short, an
meeting and Mrs. C. A. Knight loge nttrndanco was noted. I her parents. Miss Lilley' will return they came. Tti lOt In.in1 .Iu,* _
I Friendship renewals and reminiscent j l"u.'kl..rl'Yohrnh: feed rich in fertilizer elements. lashipped < ... ,. .
.nl !Mfliiii.l ,
1037-3R takenup to enter l.rnci
In time
for the All business matters were to Florida
treasurer year ..
I conversation made the hours T() two gallons of bluckbenlea, out and feeds of less value 1'" fin hll.l' iiii.
her report.Mrs. and applications for mem- the Summer School at the Florida Hy Hiiifiint rnllfctfil
/Ke | PUSH all) too soon. Other friendsdropped add three-fourths gallon of boiling are bought from other sections. '
of the voted and for Women, at Tiillahussee. Iii hi life .1 tie
Kitch ; Tship were upon pass- '' State College
by in the afternoon gifts'were water. Let stand for 24 hours County, I'ur
committee to read and amend the ,| ed.. It was decided to send $2.00 to I I I and the I "If we did not have need on the To KnlllMi. dm.
exchanged day was Strain. Add four ounces of tartaric ,
farms where is Its niiHilllit ciilli'Cti'it'I'll .
I the I home In the cottun grown
ty-laws of the club presented I organizations orphan I ITeo ---- -- I
,| all that could have been desired acid. To each quart of juice ; 1111111"14! duo
which were sick committee P. Smith and! C. W. :for every pound of cottonseed. meal
irripohed' amendments :iih-srhi>i>l HI-K. .
well ?
sad at I the last meeting for adop I several visits )lo the ill and the ;!i, for the honor guests as as everyone > add one pound of granulated sugar.<\ Moigon, of Daytona Beach were .produced of course It ought 1 to be Tu ItiiUifii'. .* ilu. **
I| else!' present. Let stand another 21 boo,a. l\,: .1 inoiinl riillt. ,li'd 1 1Tl
: l
sold! to other But since
tion. The club adopted I some of the'immdmcnls. sending of flowers to others. An I II guests Thursday of Mr and Sirs I sections. > nihinrr lltlfTi.llil ,.
The following persons were present Strain through a muslin cloth .we need and Xil>-...-h.l II,.,
but 'did not adopt the I! honor guest: t. Mrs Sina I. Kimball H. J. Davis' Mrs. Smith was a ivory pound !produced Til
Ito tllllri. due
from various parts of thestate ; then set aside in bottles or, jug for W. I i I must buy two of .
,ini to rinse the dues from two Washington: [). C. was presented Hister-ln-l.iw' the late Mr. J. pounds corn or l\ jiinniilll' i nlli 1 t'I}
Ilins. to four dollars a year. I I"f Plans were made to attend l the j : Jacksonville: Mr. and :'11'''. 3 or 4) days.; It Is then ready for Moigan. other I feed to replace, every, !pound T.I.:..lulu-. ., ilu*.

otter the businessesuion, ilrs.K 1 :j district! m..etlngIn Lake Butler. j.) C. J.V"'ks., in whose honor the use. One tablespoonful of shrubto __ __ I shipped' out nothing but 'lows re- 'ln! .Burr. \ilut'l urliiltiiriilTn '
Blitheringwas held. Mr. and Mrs.Win. u srnal Kli.( s or> ice water is generally lI'MV.. .1. Epperson; and Mrs. l 11\! ..",,.,,1/111/ ttdlt.t. .t tT
Knight who had, charge; of .tune 10 It was> stilted, that the I \11111 EN.'tb : ;' K.ilmii' f dinV ,,,
M.I! musical I program, plf..n led next meeting of the Circle would I| :'1"' Airs A A. McDonald. refreshing drink ,, .. Tu llniiili.. I 0. iluell
California for an extended 'oJ tit' 1'.1".1: w M.iiK-nn. .1.
Tin Iiemoreni. Merry Beth! Knight be h..ldIay: 25 and that several )j Jennie lioper.' :Miss I.cil.i Mae Hollywood .,", ,1. I? I 1"? ''nt' th11' ..hlhnetirulu \ .illllilllll. ,I ..III .. I. ...1 l
,mi \Vandn Pearce, who ,delighted' I I initiations would tit Ice place Thelhostesses | visit with :Airs Epperson'sdaughter : .. +I th.' -.Itt "'.Ia1'' I.' .Iii" ...... T;> Iliiliinitill". .
Sparkman./ Miss Zurratct'ulakey. Note The Telegraph, is eager to i iIlia. Pond trend. 1l ,
and .n-I rot nun
I and son-in-law, Mr. I y .Intot t 111.011'.1 'haul'"" III
'ni'ir. audience with a song Iln,1I | will he Mrs.1 B. :II.o'u") : ,
1'tnhon./ ilu
.1 H. Mills.Lake hn'lt." \\11 hi. IlIhl III"lhM from *
receive recipes not only from 't
jjantornme. "IJttl old Lndy." sell Mrs, E J. Dowling, :Mrs. J. W.Fdw'ards Dale \'anRlck y. :111'1 "ulolic'a" of I Iltt- ""Ii. t, .n,. ate Ito .linn.mil. ., elierl0't!
I City: Mr. and Mrs. K. K.McColfkey. housewives in Stiirke, but from allover --------- .11.1111 alit ,ht 10'tutu, .,.t. ,by la\\ .11.".. TI:> I I.n''lu'lift ii Ii,
hi were accompanied at the piaby ; and Airs L. H. Hutto. j ..
,, Hood A- llrl.UInn.'
y u. "II 1 dn 111.1'a' :
KusHell McColskey.llawthoine the county jilso If you know I .u. "ant. '" "tthe 1
Mrs.i'm I Friends of Mrs. T. K McCliine.Jr. : ., ,., .
Mrs. )K: K Perryman. It was requested, that all members nl .1 'lau.1. .\. ohiklnlt' funs
Mr. and. Mrs. 0. '' how to prepare some ,delicious dish 1 ,urn, 1''tlul'aau: ,. I HiuII-' On, ,
t ;( :rit then presentedItS I';. M.Hi 1. nand their dues to Mrs JIutto | : .. will be glad to learn that she I
that aid that AoIlI1lal"'a't i lt\ .unollllt"' rolli''li'ilELECTRIC
family enjoys
'is and Mrs' H V. Knight, who by May 30 Sherouse Mrs. Lula Peacock) Mrs. your has returned to her home here af-j I :.. H.U I .1 r 'I', .., 11111111I.... ..hiei
you think other people would enjoy
savored their audience with two Lill Wainwrlght. tor confined In a Gainesville -- --
-- ---- -- being/
'I also please send it or mail it to the :, N _
wets "The Pine.s" ( Alexander, Notice Waldo: :'11"11. Alice \\"j'nn.11': C. i: hospital suffering from an attackof -
Telegraph office. We should all be i
!Matthews I and "lll1n1lt tan Dance C. Sparkman J Messrs. Claude and 'I pneumonia. ,

N'O 5 i.l. Brahms/ The business and Royal Service I George: Sparkman. Mrs. C. R. :willing: to share our good tecipes'. --- --. .- --- --- FANS
meeting of Ihe Baptist \\'. A!. U. with our friends and neighbors. '
: Geo.
: Mrs. Spaikman.
J During 'the social period t the hostesses Sparkman. Lillie Miss Marjorie Sue
t: served Ice cream and cake will be held at the Baptist. ChurchMondny Mrs. :\ aude Wesley, Mr Charles : ; i ; -- I dleton who has spent the JIIld-I' .\it}: A :M-H: tS..IT'ClI: U IC/1; ,
It ut I 30::! p. m. o'cUick. CirI I Wesley :'1 r. James Butts. :Miss Sara Haret'oot \\K.\THKK.: itT: ICI.: \lV 1ill'Ihost.
Hostesses for the afternoon were: p
school term here with her
tie number two will have !' Celebrates Birthday UKI.TKKINU: SfMMKK! : uIIE.O. \\ *
t'' Mrs. L. A. Kenni.KN. Mrs. W. L.. of the charge I' Gainesville: Mrs. L. K Prince parents Dr. and :Mrs. W. E. :MMdleton. -,* .\ .
K. Wall Mrs. L. 8. Hutto Mrs. W. Jo;. program.'IROIII"Illl. Tampa: :'11'. and Mrs. O. :N.Pnnce. ,I| Mi'a. P. M. Barefoot entcitainedin ,I left Friday for her homein

r Totol.e. Mrs. l K. Knight Mrs. -- ---- :Mrs. J. N. Stiickland Miss her, home on Call Street Jacksonville. She was accompanied KITCHENCABINETS
r :.NKSWe Thllrs-I
,f 09 H C Wall, Aha C K. Johns and I Isabelle Prince. l day afternoon from four home by her parents Mr. Q

Mrs T )F Landrum. wish/ to thank our many Daytona Beach: Mr and :'Irll.V.. 'with delightful party in honor of and Mrs. E. L. Middleton who attended -

--+--- frit-nils and neighbors and ""p'ciBI'j'r. 1'e'lltInti son, William.Siarke her daughter. Sara, who celebrated the Allen Dance Revue Fri-

it Eastern Star t ;Meets:\ 'ly Dr C J. Gay for the kindness I : Mr. and Mrs F. A. her twelfth birthday anniver- day night. Every: .Modern HOIIHNlionld: !$<- Kiiiipped : | '-

r The order of the Kastem: Star shown us during the lecent illness : c"lt.lIa.] Mary Geiger, :III'. and sary.I -- ---. .- --
meets Monday night at 7:30: and death of, our dear daughter Mrs. J. T Quigley. I The rooms were opened en sUIte'I '' Among the out-of-town people \\ltl-I An \ttructlte Kitchen ('ath-

.'(')oc'k at the M.isonic Hall.' As and si"'er'e are also thankful I Hampton. Mr. and Airs Lacy J. I and a color scheme of pink and'' attending the funeral services of Inet. 'rh.'\ >.I\" Step mid Keep (I'oml .
(the'orlhy Grand Matron will be for the beautiful flowers'' and the 'Wynn. 'green WitS curried out in the dee '' J. W. Moigan last Thursday were: I

present, on her official visit June comforting words. ,' --.._- .-- orations. Pink gladioli and E.ister''' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wills Mr. and l're>., tutu ( II'MII.SUMMER.

2J. all members are urged to toepresent I Mrs. Edna Jones : .Junior Woman's Club lilies attractively arranged In' Mrs. Theodoie Enis, Mr. and Mrs.
Has baskets and vases, added to the Davis Ennis :III'''. John Bently
4.. F Monday night for practice find Family ] ;MeetingThe _'
charm of the rooms where the Mis. W. B. Knnis all of Tampa,
regular' meeting of the Jun- guests ussembled. Mrs. B. P. Smith and Clyde Morgan II'

t : GET READY FOR SUMMER or Woman' Club was held Tucs- ]I' After enjoying many games and: of Daytona Beach Mrs. Bud-

I lay afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In' contests Sara and her friends/ were I dmgton Baker of Green Cove

he club auditorium with Mrs. S. invited Into the dining! room for i !':plln/o: Mr and Mrs. C. B. Peeler

'----- WITH A NEW L Peek, sponsor' present. refreshments of Ice cream and I of Jacksonville Air and Mrs. B.
I' The large auditorium where the cake. The dining table was over- Wilson and Mrs. Sally Entenza. of

SANITARYREFRIGERATOR luniors met was simply but taste- ;! laid with a hand-crocheted lace ,i Waldo, Mrs. Doctor Baker of FOley -

'ully decorated with hlack-eyed sutans. cloth and centered Oy a beautiful > find Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence of M .

; : TFIIIL: : pink and green birthday cake. Boston Mass.

The business session was pretddl Lighted pink candles in pink and'' ---.- '
.'4 4S l over by the president Miss Virginia green holders adorned the cake I land It Is claimed that glass fibre Is

I f" U"jtlLlr finish green and )Fugato. has Frances Peck l sweetpetia and fern surrounded '| much finer than silk but stronger. I

I .v Ixory ('ontraNII'dlIh loryixcrUiv transacted:: her duties as secretary i' it. Assisting n. Barefoot in ser :> -- .-.- -

I a F" top and IIIIISHHa |\.> and Miss Miriiim Guy read her re-I: ving were Mrs.. N. D. Wamwright, I The whole of life upon earth-
ei tA i leah anl l/i-d steel rerolled for port as treasurer for the club. Jr., Alias Juiinita Barefoot and plant, and animaldepends entirely COMPANY
Mirfa> t-nuiothness. and with Plans to have year books for thenext '' Miss Miiigaret Pearce. upon the sun's energy.

l r paint trip surface used P\;. club year were made and a Those enjoying the party with
- - - -
rlu*>liHy for Inside and out donation of ten dollars was given ,i Sara were Ruth Simpson, Ida Lulu

trI 0 iile CiiM*. to the Libiary. :|: Davis Katharine Kinlaw. FreddiejWlmbeiley.

Misses Katie and Virginia Jo'u-I I Elise Green, Geraldine No. 1 (' _...t.utdurd I'a'-k

1 .1 Other Hot Weather Items gate. Frances Peek and Hazel'.1'Silcox Patsy! Keen Wanda Pearce. FLOUR sec GREEN'SSTORE
lfoatei\ hostesses. for
the afternoon ; Joan) Denklns Judy Green Leo

'11; Served. punch and wafers to the j i| Keller: Jr Carl Crumplcr and Mac .4.L1.. MATOEScan6cBULBS
Florence Oil Stoves and Gold Seal
Rugs members present during the social Futch.MKS. .

}: t .. I hour. i iRadius' -- -.- -- -
And Yard Goods. _. KMXHF.TH BEST:
J I 1; I -- --- : \: I'HIIJ.IfS LlGllr(

I i 1 Auxiliary :Mrs. Elizabeth A. Phillips 76 a

: \ I I resident <>f this county for the past. CASH & RICE 5 Ibs. 24c
Mis. :3 K. Brownlee was hostess Ea. 5c ?FLAY
,: HART FURNITURE CO. o the Ladles' Auxillaiy Tuesday I(|I sixty years died Sunday at her STARKE .
home neur after
Luwtey a linger
iftcrno.jn ut 3:30: o'clock! at the
t j ji' I ing illness, while not unexpected !
lome of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brown- PET Olt
it was a great shock to her many e.\RSATlOS. KOI'NI

i ee.Hoses and black-eyed susans', relatives and friends here. MILK 3 tall 20c STEAK Lb. 18c
It's Time For were used l in decorntlng the spacious Mrs. Phillips was born near San. cans
derson October 20 1860 and movI I
: rooms where the meeting was
1 : SWIM I SUITS leld. : ed to this county with her parents MACARONI 3 Pkgg. tOe BEST WHITE-Free

I i I!! at an early age. She was united inmarriage FrLb1l1t18c
Mrs. :
O. K. Stansbuiy led the devotions -
; to the Rev. D. L. Phillips BACON
H ,
: and was 8S"isI.Jy Mrs.
I.J 2 F. Ward and Mrs. Carl Jackson. I I: who died eleven months ago. She I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
devoted member of
I was a Hopei
The president :Mru. K. G. Dun- CHEESE Pound 22c
I : I i:' Church Theressa having
: Baptist near ,
; cln: presided over the business. A
.di' 51r) I| joined this church at the oftwentyand
I t r :1 'ilver! tea was planned for sometime I I SoSALT EVOKED
: hud retained her membership Pkg. 3c
jl I pro: soon i 1.11' manse to. nbtam funds to im- ever since.Mrs. SAUSAGE Pound 121'IFltlT / c

: ; .. ""r ,- ; -, .:. Mrs f;:. M. Davis gave a shot re- Phillips with her familymoved : V t>K BELL I ( HI'( Ii ItO.\ST OK
/ from> Theressa to Law '
'It'"f "Yang; and Yen n book
STEAK Pound 12V2c
I r bin Alive :years ago. BREAD 3 Loaves 25c ,
: ( .. ,; >n : by Tisdale Hobait.
(S'" E l-/ 1 't'' / J.r4 ; A delicious salad Interment was in Hope Cemetery f
ourse was'
/ /', r.OI.()( 1\
mii I \ 'II"" s(''''veil, during the auetHI! hour Tuesday morning: at 10.30 o'clock I
I.'" I; ...., with the Rev. L. A. Norris officlating Inn BOX SAUSAGE Lb.
: :I ...-o. : ,, Pall bearers her
a I, -- .. .'... Ie- i were grand- I ASPIRIN Box 3c .
.4 .:: sons. Leman Norman Othma :>:01'I J
I }
t I .n'r."t/ :: /'. .:. RITZ! THEATRE man Tluf'manorman.: Howard tjl ACT J VR IlELKII or NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 23c
\ !IIJI'! Norman Simeon and Herbert -
r 'f.llil Phillips
';1 ',,)" ._ SV.AKKE f -
; I !. .'r3::;r'.f "'iy .' 1a Billiard SALAD DRESSING 20cfjr.XKT IXI.I. f

: :- :..;, .... ''.'J /. Mrs. Phillips is survived by one
'il' I ... : ; \ t I PROGRAM bmth..r.V.. Smith Sanford five PICKLES Qt. Jar 121hcPEANUT

4y'. .....:._ J: /1 .c f'o6>, C" daughter Mia J S. Norman. Mrs. LIlt
oWl"'" c. CI' 1 Fi'R"41 \\ UTI I. W H. Norman. Miss Debbie Phillips BUTTER 25c -

.: We Have Them For "Black Legion" of Lawtey; Mrs E. D Hil-) ('U"'ITIIWI.L:
hard. Vulrlco Mis. W. N. Cox, Miami
) I LADIES :MEN: MISSESCHILDREN i Hil.->.\ & .. \IA1I.1j, ., and one son O. J. Phillips of I r.UOI'ND: : DMI.VCOFFEE RE:: BUTTER Lb. 30c

Double Feature Lawtey, and thirty-seven grandchildren _
All Colors ACr CAAH Lb. 12!/
to 4 "Land Beyond and seventeen great 11r PKG.
sizes grandchildren;
j j CIGARETTES. 2 for 25c
The Law" ( -- .. _

r.. Ladies Silk & Satin Slips 98c to 1.49 II Dick Foran C'AKfl OF TII\NK |

I''! -.\ We the children of :\Ir>l. Eli/a-i I BEETS MUSTARD Ots. lOc

Polo Shirts.All Colors 29c to 98c "Mama Steps Out'AUte beth Phillips wish to thank our j I ,

I Bandy many friends for the many deeds of I Ii STRING BEANS
I 'i kindness and beautiful floral) offerlags TOILET
I -I '.-'ttOO.: .. l\t Ib-fi I ,:,' during the sickness and death i iI 7
:\ t.\\ LOTHrsT: KK:( KIVF.O of our Afuther.Dirs. I I CORN TISSUE 3 rolls lOc
"Ready Willing I
Ladies & Childrens Shoes I !i, J. S. :Noiman.

1.10 to 3.50 And Able" 1 Mrs. E. D Milliard. SPINACH No. 2 2 KFLLoor.-s

Ruby Ke.de Irs" W. N. l'J(. 'II
Lee' Ion i''I Misa Debbie Phillips. I Garden PEAS Can son"Pkg.
I, I' t.-" VV 11 ds\ ardy) \t... II> Owen J Phillips.
--.--- I
I II "Jungle Princess"U..rut f fI Better AGENT FOR
I i A superstition once currtnt in Quality
i'' t II I Ijh h)' LjiniourIS I England was that fern seed tatber-
11 EH.: .Tni :*,. M.VV 111.20:! U on St. John's eve rendered t the ) TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
I i
\bearer) invisible.

"Go West Man"Young I The most tUlle* s animal In the J 3-9-3 Per Ton $21.7514-7-5 Per Ton $24.10

I lox West I world It the skunk. He never I 5 51"1'1.

ices fr xn man cr beast. -..
... - ---;- - -

-- i P u r .' ,." <., ." J T ;. >: 1 "" '';.1;'" .'-"' _',,, ',. .... ; / .-, ........ ." ..- .- .- I ...__....,J... .,'..." .,',. ,.

$ .;....

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IUt II" 4
I buss! Katherine Haynes of Tallahassee Mr and Mm. J J. Canova and! Roger Wells, Mi and Mrs. Runic 1 ..., Assmsoi K W llaym and

spent the week-end here haby of Glnel'.t1h'f'l'e guests A Wflls. and lntl daughter Mary. I klnn. have been spending the

with her falhci. Di .ill.) Haynes Sunday of Mr Canova mother.Mm. of Jacksonville, were here Sunday! I R. I :hlM al! Kingtley I Lake for 'the

otTIitacalNeWs ._ u__ __. K K:. 1'nnov.i visiting", Misses Amelia and Olive Lemlon .
]Bits few days with Mm HayeH' !
Mm. 1. J. Reddish! mind I MlHH Ma: Ray. Ion ( j.
-- -- --" .
A. S. Stiliklund The lake
I bel 1 KeddlHh! of Jacksonville were Mrs K G. Schell of Lake Huller in \Vol :

At>ek-end guests o fMi.! and Mrs. returned to her home !Saturday" I :\t r. and\ :Mm Geotge C. White Mr 1 Is l proving: beneficial to his I 1,1

Errol Alvltlf'z. following a week's visit with her and little daughter' Fiances of I IH their '. Betty who him had l an I I
-- -- ... Tallahassee, week-end I i r
slwtcr-m-luw W J. KppemonMr. were guests Mrs ,\1 I <'k of itBthma. 'J J
Mi 1'''. T A Steele and family and .. of Mm. .1 I W White and Mr and I IMm
I OUR "PEOPLE. 15US1NESS AM l Mrs \K. A. Moore. all of ttarnenvrlle. --- -- ---- -- lit r. hng.'r.: -
tKMNr.( George: W Alderman I :
: ::
B. Alvarezand ; : tj
(nv() : were weekend guests of Mr and! antJIrs. Rnlph and \ \' 'lends ,f Mr* ...e \V
OF TilE COUNTY AM) TOWN childM-n are upending this -- ---- -- i MI.HM.Mm..
(rtoi"); 'KESS Mm. J. It. Sapp of DeLand.) will W, glad: t In
I week In North Carolina visiting I Sherman Hates of West Palm ,,1
-- --- with blends and lelatlvrs.Mm Beach, who is a student at the I 1 I I hat she In rapidly Imploring 11 t .I

Gary Knnis len Sunday for his University of Florida, spent the J.uneM ... being struck. by an automo 1
--- --
home In Tampa. after upending Rev- week-end! here with his uncle and! I .1
Callus Lee, of Tampa was ;. taut week. !She' received 1 H I
spent Tues- Mr. and Mis. C. C. Colley. Jr., of c-ial dips heir with Inn aunt Mm. \ '.
Kinney aunt Mr mind Mm. O. White. I I :'
culled here this week because of ..
I; vine Jacksonvilleverc visiting. relatives :' J. \\". Morgan.! (' in oil leg.when a oar hit her t'1'I'
'la the illness of her mother, Mrs. Lour -- ---- I
In here I of Mrs ) she was stepping fiom imolher
-- Monday -- ----- -- :
ise Snowden.Mm. The Rev. I' It. Pi Ice and childrenspent i
rig of, Orlando spent ; Mr., and Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght !Sunday' in Gainesville with I S. Dow\
:all -- --- I
\le.\I\ here. Mrs. N. T. Bitch spent the weekend I land family and N. \Vainwiinht, I.'. O. Peterson and daughter Mrs.I Price, who has been "confined :I. _nu__ _____ i'
_. In Jacksonville with Dr. and Sijf Tallah.i.sHCe the weekend
spent to u Gainesville hospital for severalwicks.
;;: K G Duncan I"p..ntIn.8' Mrs! C. C. Mendo.a.Mrs. here with lelalives. Josephine, spent last Tuesdayin 1 I 1,1
I Im: CamcHvllle attending to ,I
..Jacksonvllle.J. I __ _.
--- --- --- ness.Cieiald. husi-I,
J. C. Hoover returned home I Muss Honalind .111<.,b8 is in \Foi
M1rs..1. H Fields( had as guest
J.:.. Adkins this Is week holding lust week after a visit in Augusta. I i :Meade<1 this week visiting her sis- Middlelon; : ; nf Jacksonville;; Sunday Miss EVil Powell. of Cocoa OPENING OF THE
J' hailer henwlih Mm. H.0: Tunnel and sons, Bobbie -
--- -- I 1 MIH.V. M IH.brow.Mm .
Powell --------- rt-nts., I: and 1 F.dwatd, ot Baldwin, and!
mil Billy I
,t.. k.scmville Tucsr Judge! and Mrs A. X. Adkins -. '- -- -- --- ton Mm. George f'.irti-r of MutlttMm STARKE SERVICE STATION
'. f. spent Thursday and Friday of last' I'nle insert: MIHH. Jewell .
--- --- -- ---- -- -- 't I ,
week In Tallahassee Gasw'tt. St a. Y'I'I'olIval'ez., mod I I Dr. and. Mm e..1 Coy; spent the D I'. Caipcnlei and 1 11t'M
-- Miss Virginia) Alvarez spent Tuesday \siek-inil in Jacksonville T( ''. 1 OliMMCI.: lilt{: l.iin: -..MK; : >> !' \ II I' f> Rickenbaker, as guestsjof Long left Satuid.i.v foi .1 f
.it the week-end Mm Hildahelle Hence of Cam In (;III1II.'H\'llIe. Dr: Hay's pmcnts. Xtr. and Mies.iA. I week'sisit with their motherMm I IIt
budge, Mass. is I the guest of her -- -- - | .1. G.iy.: \\'. 'I1. Jaek-on, in Baconton GAS FIRESTONE SERVICE OIL

mother Mm Lalla Chate.Mis. A. K I: Wall. ,lr.I who .
i retontly HCl --- ----- Ga.
--- I \slHMi |L 'lolilil: : r.1.l.\, Ihuu'r (,lit( : V''1'0
.,ttiviis in J.uk- ------- I c-epteil, a !position ax! tin Im"l''elol'I t I II Mr all.111'" 1 K. I. Kppemon nndlehildien
-- -
H. L. KNee spent the weekend the I Mate forestry depaitment. of .'.lackiinnllleeie
| .
.\ afternoon Mhop01 The "'unHi n'' Missionary Societyof.the \ 0
\ in Kaiford as the guest of Mr.and I the week-end hole. gnebts of Mis W
spent | Sunday J I.pt'son. I. Kp-: Methoilist\ Church will/ .meet.
Mm. K: \\'. .
Tompkins. I __ |' ,
-- Monday atternooii at thief-Uiuiv t
t '.wn and daughter: :Mrs I H. C. Wall Mm. N :fcHeinbeij -- at the (' hui'cl Devotional' and business
01 Tuesday In Jackson- I,. A. Kennoldi of Ilicbmond Va.will ;;. and! Ml s. J G. (;odw in of the :Mr and Mm. n. A. Anderson and meeting'

arrive Saturday t<> spend See i SI mite P.trin/ were guests Thursday :Mm. Sam Anderson ami' children, _. 0Ii
-- '- -
eral days with his wife. I of Mrs. Hen )Kiye in H'mrldu.hr. spent Sunday in Archer' as guests
-- -- .. .. Al Kay( Carlisle. .1 student "IU..IIt
-- iif Mm: U.v.. Andei.son.Fnends .
-- ----- -
\ill 11'.1 C Booker wered.r. I Mm W H. Mundy, and m'ph'w.Ch.u'll' | H. MoLendon, timid K. OI >Military: Academy In Jacksonvtlle Ii
Keyst'ne( Hel I ;;; spent the weekend\ with
'' LCdward Sapp, were visitors Duncan were among those" uttend- of M. C Hitch will be
Ld hh'I' in Calmsvillc Monday.Mi I, ing the American Legion Conven- glad,;' l to learn that ho Is improving; l lisle Ins patents.' Mr, ..mdMi-" B Cat GROCERYItllll.INU ,it, : !

of I I lion In I.iikelnnd 1 this week, after undergoing' a tonsillcctomylast
\;l" Lee Wynn I Inil and Mrs L. A. Davis! spentMothers' Saturday.Mis -- '
-v visiting fl'lendhere' in \Kernundina with I --------- ---- 1 The W. C. T \U Thad an unusually t l'
Day ,. -- ------
Mrs. O. t /
i Haynes and nnughter: I attendance last. week when -
his mother, .Mrs. Mary Davis./ ... : (I1. II. Lowiy and d.iughtei.Miss large
H.'n"/ ,
|11111. ( spent theweekiii'l
wll h11'1 F A Scott
they met \
Mt.! >Moseley; spent they Col. -ami -Mrs. I).-R.: I Knight-- Merry I In 1-'n Il'blll'n. Ga., visiting II M.nyvllle.:M.iigaiet. Lowry Tenn, left where:\lnntlllYlor they This) we('k I the meeting I /: will he held l 'BANANAS 4 Ibs. 15c ,tft

., relatives.Mr. Ht 3O: )
l.ioksfinville visiting with :\11'/' / I' Vuigley : p BACON
I Beth and Charles Knight! spentSunday ._ will make a shott -
visit- I'\i'VBEANS
dh. at Jacksonville Bench m. Flid.iyMr
and :\11 H. J. K. Thorn.is and! -- f-
---. --- Mr' and Mm. O. L. .. -- - '
baby of High Springs: were guests Measley hadas I. Lb. 12'/2c Lb. 6c':t.
'0' and J* D.'am- .
j in Misses Addle and Rail H.iisden I Sunday of Mr. Thomas' mother, their guests for the weekendMis I an.11111: A Fi McKinneyhad _

f 'V'nt Sunday in .laek- of Jacksonville spent Tuesdaywllh M is. K:. M Thorn.IH.Mr. Heasley's parents. Mr. and as recent guests Mm W 1) 1 I.A. MI)K.

Mr and Mrs. R. C. Buford.Mis I __ __ Mm A. C. Durden, and little, .Mmmy I Webb of Hnmker. .. Mr uml Mrs SQUASH Lb. 5c : ?
.. ..
IVM -- Roy Rctldrsh of Webster arid MiMi .
----- -- Hoppi'' all of
and Mrs. W. II. Hart and Tampa.
: "dEs\ W }P Randall and Charley K Johns, had, as her I I Kinni'y's sister Mrs I B Din BACONLb. tN .
I heir house ilrs U -
K.: -- -
i onville were weeki guests. Tuesday her parents, Mr.. Mm W. \\nnlirilvanddaiigli-" kins of. Hiishctll.Flicnds .
Stuart und left
son Wednesday
i' s Mis. Randall's pa- and Mrs. T. A. Hanson of Hugh. ltaxley <;,i. to visit relatives 11't 1. l< iedi(., :\\11.\ K Sauls" Mrs. I 17 /2c 10 Ibs .27 \
:: M If' Mrs J.1. Alvarez i, 1\"". C. PrathiT, am,! Mian\ : Helen of Di anti, Mis C; II

Miss Mary Canova of Tallahassee I Mrs. J.'. II. Long. Allen anti Pu.ly 1'rathei I spent Mond.iv in Jacksonville I Eatery will be glad to learn I of bin ri.\. .1111K1'"
spent the week-end here with announcement Sunday thai he LETTUCE Ea. lOc f
Long were guests Sunday! of )Drand
ENT A WORRCOLUMN her mother. Mrs. K. E. Canova. I
Alt 5. H. S. Carroll> in JicksonVI -- -- would remain in Staike another BACONLb. :11
----- 111'. Mr and Mlrs.'I'. N Kcndiiik( had I year its minister of the f'1'. hytcl" :

Miss. Mary Lee Wynn of Jacksonville I --. ---- as thur guests lIn"IIY11'. and Ian Chinch CELERY 2 for 15c J'
was visiting relatives here Mr antI) Mm K. G. Duncan iind Mrs. Tolbcrt Black anti, baby of -- 22c

,jR ';::1 I s C-ioom house, lights Monday night. : son (Kasper.( and( I It F. TheU attended Lake City tutu) Mrs! W. (5. Gibson :\11'. and :Mrs J I H t I'.cnnon and ili..

n. mump water Located at -- --- I the Duncan family reunion and baby of Clearuater.Mi.ss family left Thumday for Lakeland

mti toe Peele. 2tp Mrs Arthur Hall and daughter,' { In Lake Butler Sunday< -- .- ,,10 attend, the American' Legion SUGAR 5 Lbs. 20c '
Sharnnspent, Tuesday In Jacksonville I : Cuiolyn Huttu tttumcd to I Convention' Rrfoip reluming. home

oftALE| Bt-i t quality seeds of with Mrs. J. L. Jackson. | Mrs, Charley) F:.'J'hns; left Weil- 1 Columbia S ('? Monday after. they will visit., in Miami' and other 111111" ri it('u \SK: or
: arictifciPilces: right. Su- -----. i ni'wlny for Tallahassee to spenddays spending Motheid, Day with her, points. stlatlrMla
..rr.'t / Lb. PEKOE TEA 25c +
r Sti>r.' tf MI' and Mrs. K.V.. Parks and!I I I several!I with her husband, / patents, Mr ,,md Mrs L. S Hut -- -'-'-- .
of Homestead are visiting ,,10.I j Lours Tomiella has been .
* !U >\\'F.H'"- F- t i.- kind for every M>n. Billy Senator .1"hnl! .MOHt.USAUSAGE
.' ci.i, ..r Vuiitive, arraDge'I. Mr and Mrs. M. D. Carter. --- -- -- .- i spending the past two wicks in III-I'I.\St' :

.. ntq it, it.i' onaM' / (" prices. Mrs. --- -----. Mrs Jack Prather and little I !Mrs S S Dow ling had as guest' New Yolk City with her, two lal l Lb. lOc

pt.j! ) Umnurrght/ Phone 302. H. II Stroman is in T.ilJahasl4eevh ., ,iliiughier, Anita of Los Angeles, ,for several days thin week her sister tinted, --H
; Mr and Mrs. Carl I Stroman. visit, \ with Mm Pralher's j I t limed to her home In Jak""vlllt'"dneHtlay over the N B C neiwoik every ,l

vpi'tIru( (potato vines $1.CO --- mother Mm A F SauN t\\' Sunday morning(; I 2 For 15c BONES 3lbs. 25c {
itt! t: 't"i i gather, otherwise 1111 s. Lam I. Powell has returned -
: .t, I i A Hrown, SJimp- I to her home after visiting rel.itivis / 1'I.V. Itllt la '

5-H-ltp In Jacksonville and Baldwin. t FLORIDA I III t 4I t+.TL..a....; NvfIw9 Om4k l'ItiE .\utKiir: : STEW lb. IOcTOBACCO

NAT SEZ : rrti.vr

'I Ids foronatlnn ulfittr they jutt I It

1..1110\1' In Kniclitnd certnlnl Ri\eH CHEESE lb. 25c ,
iL I .11 ti-IIow plenty' to think about. ri
Ri'. 'f now I'm thlnkln"l how gl.id I J Can lOcSYRUP
'X.. inn Hint It !I. ni.i d lut> to ...'r\"S. the td "tduiri' SXl.T i
't ... .. |people| ot Itrailliud. iiiul .suirtiiindl 1
t-; \ink I.nun til", ill-.te.ld ot hat lug MACKEREL Ea. 5c
; II ''
1 ."' \; Kliitf George lor a rristunn-r. 1 heyHiiy
'r ,t his orowu east a. couple ol nUI- H.IM'< KROAST V VI
: \,; '". linn" 10"d... :Noviilllilirt 1 lx inIIn
( l>> > sli.ijM- If I went ahead and lb. 17c I

... 5toeke't l one of there I t.iney hits' for Gallon 45c 't t
.ti. 1 Iiearr', mid \ lull he got t It Inane r
.e taunt, It didn't lit :md had to ll
__ .+ h: Iriij; It bat 1 1. .' \\ ow: I guess there nG H \1.1.1"'/ 1'l1.1I.. 'H 1.11..
\\t1.4-f::: Is plenty, to I In1 said 111 Imo or of l he. '

_- i\K\ a niidl IIt\ln men,'h.mt. FLOUR 45c 85c'i'i

WHA'rc FogSo1'tHQ It 1 : VINfGAR SPINACH 3 cans 25c 1'' ;'


'/. /* CORN 3 cans 25c
2 QUALITYEven Gallon 17c i

!...J.. ;:; /. ] .- .f J'y II riiilr lVKs;. If

nc .
i .x .' '1rr1'.kytr':; JARS .. M..\l> OK .111SPREAD I

I fjI : 171 GllJAT5TTtlTOA TGOP/DAJ' / Pts. doz. 75c Qt. 25c ; .1 .I

oj' I-I/G 'C.e L.E R"W"J"JllWPJl1' QrsQ doz. 85c r's' I.OM. (.I: \I" r\r.v\ 1h 'am'

i.ir.uv's RICE 4 Ibs. 25c '

I the Youngsters Knowyou i'sc'vK<;o "'.r(i tilt t f I'

p of TIOG/DA MIL I K PEAS Can lOc V"j

can't beat : *" -
GQ/i'rSViX: L
3 tall 1 c'ns 20c

Peters Shoes for Quality ,,i

YA F.eUITOF / FA.Ni'V I'K \1.TOrylATOES ..\-' KSALMON\ i i

TE rl2oP'C .. '
s He oll-leother eonitfcetion 6
\ -
1 of Peters .5U2/NA//t li( fit J

t'r Sr.oes for children .; :
ipells Quality from ?; 2 Cans 15c 3 Cans 25c

Peel' They give I ,
/ to toe.
II I II \I.I.\IW'. oitn: IKFLOUR
greater Style, Wear I I MACARONI'
t end Comfort, end cut Since e -t: Ui hmt-nt. in 7005.) : the L".T.VEKSITY : : nr.tc--: ff any other inolittittor .r t1 I''r) &Jq
made ti- 1 .i.r.-.l-.ia;: In the country. ,
down your shoe bills. I OF' FI.oniDA lia" 3 for lOcCHEESE
From an enrolni'iof !
,. They're Best for mendous protrreos. > ii"n II'-! <' ; The tropical! SUKIKAM: CHF.IIUV: <,rPITANGA I
12C students at the first "f "< : II 5 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 20 Ibs. ; l '
I Uraxtlism indiw'rJ |Vj.ioui -
to 1.
Children 06, the registration? tHIs increased: approximately a !
\ t I I :!.500( which, with a faeult! ;. extensively in South: : ii Florida 27c 52c 99c ,I 6 '

t Aft I widths S ]1.39 I of more than 200 and a teaching vlivHf-i: .:.
ice- Sizes to 3 divided into ten foPpff" anti l school- f,lar.t. The ribbed fruit fire p 'ndi.uii ] !

tS L'pl'r stands! as the fa- -' :--owinsr in itut-' ;"n ''In -.ndr'r! .'em, r.iiotit one! I'-.' h in (lii, t; e-

in tho S.Ut;$. Wi'.li .).:. .,rt'vth h.wcon. meter and of a ve ". "ic' acid flavor It BALLARD, TABLE TALK FLOUR
national re :'oj.-nition., The' slam' .r.llt'. e.i' n& r i 'il. d)
.' 10 Lbs. 40c 20 Lbs. 75c i
I its graduate to the came ,n n j t..i e ., *t- *..1. h"rb I.
l throughout the worlil as is Div I .n tJ< > ..' a





I EVERGREEMMrs. Tr t.A'>. 4. .. -. -ad P'Trt CkIn n1PIR: r
>' 0
F \. R",* ..,CorreopondentMi I art % ..i \id. r-.. ,-f .a UnknownI
I r..* -*..i d l -r' ..'" "alll' >" r... I fonptr'|"r TA' .
I S Rosier and grand. I- -.J .. ..'o 1 1a '" l taw !11. prop- Whereas, by 'a'
LIVE STATE NEWS 4 .. -,b- FARMERS: SECTION aughtei Glance: -pent Sunday ben made
h..h--( i?idd r at 'he court 'o appIDAPfl'sVKnAT :
ith Mrs. f' A PrmgleMr r,, .** .1- i -0. t".' M-." .. hi.-h. I' : ST
/lim ith f Jan- 11th i
and Mrs. Leslie", McClellan News. of Florida in Short Paragraphs' -'h da> tf Jun.. 191* Slarle.. Florida ar c
Conducted by Dfmoostration!' Aeenta' and hlldren: .1 R Rosier and t l'<..-i > h.. 1.1. lA) of Ma>. 1 IU the LAW of F'! rw
FFI' l'I.ZI'-\1.: !'h all the {- '.
<< daughters Pauline and Mary attended J TH') (A.-. h. .-oir.pll(led wjtr
home-coming day at Long ,-, k of tr lie" i '. jf ",f LAW of the state
J --- Pra-"' ,.J' ,'.ntj. '. F'I|"rida A ,r-mpany .h.l j':
Branch .
ga-i -- -- Sunday 4NOTIft. ..mm.nc.. 'he h:; '

Mrs B Wilkinson and daughter ( M01Hr.KT 34: ... "FLL HIGH .Vow. Therf..r'orrtptroiler ..
.K \M> <(< I C I'MBKR: .
I or 'PPI.J"TIO"FnR of .
Barbara sr/ent Saturday here with I n
i i: 111:1:0 by virtue of the r
RURAL I Hints To Housewives I her sister,, Mrs J S. Rosier WEST! PALM: BEACH Mrs W WA t.'CHtL.oCUcumbo'r price < ....)> Bill >.. l 3MVTUE "m. by ....tlon 4 a.! t'Senetal

I Mr and Mrs R S. Rosier and Ted J Ta'lrr. Riviera, Ii' 32 years of soared to as high as J-5.3O a crate IS MEREST OI\'EN. That Statues ,. '
COMMON[ SENSE I 'W, H Sml'h holder of Tax Ortlf- rh,,. the FLORID*
Weekly fr"n. Horn Deinonatrtlon *- I daughters were 'visiting Mr. kind age. became a grandmother on for fancies as the season reared a rate No KO, l issued the 2nd day *f TARKE! of Starke
Mrs'" M. D ratter Sunday night Mothers Day. Her daughter Mra. close Several young patches remain -o July, .\ It "1.. has filed ramp In Bradford a-i-1 the -1 1i
By SPUDS JOHNSON !t-pert&JI.t... Tallahmwx-e my office and has mad application i Ie authorii '.,
jl Mr and Mr" Frank Crews and G. K George 15 gave birth to a to be picked and the selling for a tax deed to b* i issued th..r.on.

children. Jack and Leonard are daughter The baby weighed nir:: period may last longer tHan was Said .,..rtlflcat embraces the follow.Inv Bess. .of glen' BankingT .
.. .. described in the County I'
property TE .
,,4)4)( Mf..* !- PO--IBLK "OK1..1: YI'NI ln."Picnicking" spending several days. at Perry. pound and twelve ounces. expected Tomatoes brought 13.OS of Bradford, Mat. of Florida to. T\ ES i if

f-H41I1 K\MIH" GARDEN: may be one of the Mrs J. Q Rosier and children ---.- .. -- a bushel a slight Increase while) wit: : .fflc Uvn. this under r.y. '.,

\LI. HI'KINf.: THF. 'f: \ words moat people can't spell correctly o spent Sunday at Lake Butler vis- '. 01'TII IMJIf. 'TKfTAVARES : > the price of peppers dropped to fUlh..t Quarter of Quarter.ctlon. of s Northeast Township "D On. Th-uari FtI:"T: \

u a popular author says, lung relatives. $4 25 ? :South. Kanjr. :1 FMIT: -*.,nlalnlnK I Th1rtyn. "
; \ L
I "8frag: ,is here and l we feel the but nevertheless' It I is a word well --- --- _- --Harry Merntt, 16- __--- .--- 40 are Ti..r .or l less.The t'onlptrrler _

.rge to go out in the gaiden or and favorably known HA.MPTOX I! year-old Clermont youth must answer -:'Ii.\KK "TOR\. Tund assessment..r the said r.t c..the rtlfi,.ald.ar' *pr Issued-.per- 3.19-It,;.

ice backvarj: and dig In the dirt to a charge of murder The t\ft* in the name <>f Dr Ida J. H.I.r..r tt t-
And l some there be whose memones I! .. .. .. ...... Ie t \u ri< f: ri Minn
I Iiikes Hl Ida %! < I rr .1 Lake Indicted
words Miss: Anna Mae County Grand 'Jury OCALATiile Ross Allen snake .
With those of picnicking: include aches !'nl..* said. .rtifl-'are nhall t.. r. sealed/ l Pr.p.a K
t' rf the State Home Demontratlon him in connection with the slayingof expert here, roamed British Honduras d l.- -m- J a. ..,(JIn" to law, the prcp.rtx pone 1-.1, ] '
'''and pains caused by eating and- ,! The following program was ,,'n'l|' Jesse : il.MTlt>.. of Gioveland A
Department opened are. I II 'I 0 Mulsey Jungles in search of rare lnn In Hmrlf.l ,
o wichea or salads or cream-filled' dered at the Baptist Church last the hiffhf--r bidder 1 a' the court huus. .,I
ent rad.o talk and immediately 1 no true bill was returned againstthe \ Central American! reptiles for his door on the hrrr Monday In the I| nom IoullIIr'K/ .l \
cakes left too long in a warm atmosphere Sunday night in honor of mothers ..nix! '
: month it Jiin. 1)93; which In the i ith room I'uil-linjr '
i ad- lad's fathfr R F Merrltt collection i iI'd.
flowed with some excellent at Silver Springs, his day of Jnn, 1 3TI ism for to fur I.n l .
re a.. follows; --.. ... -- sister Miss Eleanor Allen found I .'4 l Ihl- J4th ila>' '>( .Vprll. 1937 I 1 a prr.nonal I? i ..I'd .
I :Moist, conked foods such a.* milk. !| Song "Love Lifted Me l'KKf\KK: : FUR! "1ltI..1ACKOt'ILLE f-KFI' '1.\ I. !ZF\: L> -f t'uhllrIn'i, r trial
'Dont hold back when you feel the largest] black spreading adderon A J. THOM\. (- .
''f' meat or fish are excellent : Prayer. Rev James T. ,
Kf i-ik r.f fir"'ul C ',irt All ,
t tat:; urge. Indulge it, encourage it for harmful microorganisms .' rapt Cecil record only a few miles from 't Pradf'.rd'ount '. Florida ,..,... M.Ihall, t.
breeding places Song 'I Must Tell Je- us. > .J l OJr I'utili.), I Jf"rt -
', .
emulate it. if it is slow in coming the reptile institute The thirty- .0 '
l "
Including those that Essay "A Tribute to Mothers Oabbett commander: ff the "unl> 101.1
,to life If are sort of gartr.er eight inch adder is two Inches longer -- --- ------- ..t .\ J. .
you any cause serious poisoning without II III Alta Rhames Jacksonville: division of the CoastGuard / -\o fI( *: or .&PP/I"TIO" trirf'e'> ,
at all. it will probably lave I I[ than the largest listed In official tun raT KFII Each bid) -hall t ta I.
saId he .
had called I
I II(o making the food smell or lasts a meeting ... h-ck fr 1 i-i
Every Day IB Mother's Day, : < Cenal. Rill N IIMI
on money It will certainly give spoiled Remember that bacteria I' Johns.Il.I i' of all shipping rganizations In reptile guide books .- ( TeE! 1-s MKKURY: JI\EV: That hit'' :ftiiiir this ,' ,,<
better meals than wouldtherwIse I Barbara Home Prances i iIMI'OKTs .+ K-IU that ,' .
ou you j -- --- --- 1."I"r..f l Toe''rrt" lllcauN' a ontf af vn \
I I Ii I It which infect food are found, evrywhere And Lela :Mae Brown.Mothers' i thu area for June !'> at which time 4',, '*' ',.-,1 -'h olio> f "*-ptinl' -i thin md*, ,i"
and will
have it supply TOT.\I. *1.* 9I.!*!J.fACKO
> ,,
.. for the ". > \ .' ... ,
(l>1\'" them A favorable tem. preparations t: pical I storm l I. J I" 't.i f.l. 0:1: ran in my of- ".rtrArt.let 'J]
i minimum cost, protective fondsrf | Love Helen Kalch. will t !,; VILLf:;. C Mun- fi.. .. .ml h.t ",,ride l rf ppll, arl..n| for a ) file w.'h.\' I -; "i.
season made Roy
rrature and the necessary moisture 'Mothers Da)'" by Jur.e Johnsi j I, ;rat '!.d) r. I.*- **>u., .0 rhele 'i,. >ald I II drat , which families 'lo not
most unough. and they multiply rapidly. Harvine'' dee., district manager of the bureau i "I I 'nfh etc .-".r""r a, #.. th"> r..lI"wlnl! ', | i Iou i...r <,mi ..f t >,. ..,
< ." *. Betty Home, and 'd..., rii-, il 1 th. '. oil building
be (( OW BKI-I. TO < \1.1..1 U'.( ff: :'" of foreign and domestic commerce ; I".p..rl m .unty I
to partial
1 They seem especially ..
\\'a ttersrjn. t iiradf-rrd. "tat" ( Kl'.rlda. tu-wlt: I I'lunn .
the went on to point out that to meat fish and cream fillingsfor '" j I said monthly reports on Florida ,I I I.,.if t. 4. i. .. k ..r Block 10. i iUarcJ had HI the anrlp..tli.t t f-
t-ome vegetables are htarchy r,th- rakes and Song "GUf'SS'ho "" seven small DAYTON EEAi f'H The Junior merchandise imports and exports: :, i 'il>', O.. tion s 'Tunnxhip ..f ... ,-,. .f I'.ra-li' ,jilixoll
pies > lith, Range 2u. Ka-t; viii
'i era have mineral values, and mrst' girls would be available for business The requ|
aiiM fif>ni fiit of thral>l pr.'p.I .- | littr ".f plans and .
of them carry vitamins thoseelu- 0 The bacteria that infect food do Reading "Mother"! by Master 'called to attention at its next: din- men in this area The first report 0! "ii\ .unrl*>r the soul, v.v rtIfK.HI l i.> Th.. rl fht 1 I- roof ----o' .
not ronfine themselves to picnic '' "j--.I l \H' tn the name, ,..fIt. ,. S K I Hul.lif Ins ',
\ Ive substances so vitally necessary lean Half.special net meeting by the und of a 'of this nature was received last XI-' .TtI 'j "'
t fire They are also fond cf left. '.."", v ... a. ."
to human well-being Some vegetables music Mr! and Mrs. Warren I cow Memb I If io\eis. Left-overs of meat pis. the J-* ,.-.1! .. ,
cone a -rdlnv tau the
should be cooked to make | and Miss Cavanette Warren. organizations for consumption at $1.694. '<>9 and dt-. 11. \ pi "pi" ''II ," .
\ \ -< h-i-ii will' beold
dishes made with cream sauce .
them appetizing and bring out [ Reading I<)ther's Bible". :Miss J fight: to legislate cattle off Florida the exports: at $2.51O.73SKN rile hiKhr/ tudtl* ar the L >
I. .
I custards boiled or cream )I ,,, ir a "I"i. "! d At
gr-tviex I 1 r li j .M ulay !'if .
highways by; a it .
installing cowbell ,
"'"1 1L (their best flavors while others are Gladys Rhames I : '>1' ,. .,- I ,. .1.. h.ffl .
salad be
, -eft Vitamin and! mineral dresiinsr must carefully I| on the peak-r) s table. 7" '. 'J I. .f Pvibllidf .1 i
raw Mother Dear and Mothers' : \1 \11. FUR <,lt\MM\. i 'l. d.i> 'I l lt I' '
handled and should be used I Ij '? '. -1 '1.. -i. 1. ,f II d'' runty Mar)
onUnt both are more apt to bectained I j promptly from the dishes In which. Day" -Miss'!s Dorothy Watterson. ...HOOI. .--- ,. TAMPA The postofflce depart OFFICIAL" SEA! I <:rifft, ,., Atipt' &
W in full value from 'the raw I and Hazel l Rhames HI. .\CflUKTCHATTAHOOCHEK ment will have A. J. TH". l. S H .ard PuMI ln.tr
they were served to separate. clean to do something rord
hires .lerk| r County, Fla.
, ""Jpta dry covered dishes, chilled ""I I 'Somebody Itther'ors J Four atit the postal facilities at Lithia, .'>t Bradf< d Fli' rlda J H1; (
"The unpopularity' of vegetables I W Home Greensboro:: Kh..Ji toys were killed I Fla if .21 4-JC.at.
quickly as possible. and kept In thecold !I ; Grandma'eeks' fan trail SI. I

Ith occasional persons may be I store-room or the refrigerator i i There will be preaching at tie :and six: others were injured when a continues to pour in Letters starte1 .

.ry largely due to unappetizing !I.j .'Christian Church next Sunday school GUS and a, TUCK; collided :! arriving at the county welfare
I I tear the ,
Oiethods Victory ,4gt arrow the
used and
in preparing In and office here once the
I hot weather especially. left- I'oxers morning evening newspapers
t corking them" she said In cau-I II of perishable foods should toboiled There will be a working at the Apefacnirola! P.nThe school recorded the fact Irs.'eek.... WHATIS
,,, I If' toys were returning f-um :Marianca !
' nlJ1g agalnht over ookmg which 109'j
I or thoroughly heated before I Santa Fe Cemetery next: Friday; ., years old had received her
ifffCts here they art=,JrJ! a mestzr.p:
both f,1 l value .inil flavor first.
pension check. Some ask for
they are served again \Varmir. I Iup' morning. May 14 All Irterhter:
.if the Future.
She declared that it should beilfficult ArnericaLLY.lJl'h'
nor such food is not enough it :are urged to be present the secret of living to a ripe old

tu choose vegetables by may even increase the 'danger by I Mr! Horne and: Miss .-- -- age Others claim relationship.
daughter ; U % I.d
\ he best rules for meal planning as ; INMTEUTliAHA5.5EE : One letter. YOURYOU
raising the temperature to a poict I I Beulah. Miss Dunn. Mr and: lfrEdi signed by Weeks, attributed
yell as to please the fussirst .
rr.fra- favorable to thefJ'.th) of micro-I I Haws and! farsily) Mr aal: The Florida Grandma's age to the
t oar of the family but '.., House voted!J 53 t', Isoday in fa. :splendid treatment
rganlsms not high enough :Mr- Ira Br .wn all of Ga.esvill: you must have
"A good l .juc.. [ vor of a re< h.lti'JII'\ tlr.g the received from
garden win for' '!iestroy themAfrica J.er the g'-e
-n"gh.getablps for storing and ] -- ,U!'; Miss Ada Nirsinx) last Sunday Dune Windsor nil Mrs WalluSI.T.JKSOC was also a WeekswiiiK I

anning as well as make It possi- I with abundant animal l-fe! -- -- -.. ; to shad their honeymoon

le for the family to have enough yet nas no deer The antelope The frog in this stat .. A similar resolutionwajj : % : orOH "I'Ll' 111O\.
nas nc reek: Wt: n he t \ \ itt.t:ii
epetables to serve twice daUyr.e ," I iWhi'.h fir unsh in Africa are cot urns his head to catch a bug he introduced In the senate: ... < senate Hill \.... iwii
said in conclusion. not acted N.-Tl-. .; 14 HEHKBV\'. .
deer orx-n: immediate I ;;': That
t 0 0 i must turn his whole) body with ttH .a.1 I R a .a.din.' holder .f 4-13 ,.f Tax I
Spinte-i d.rA'eJir..cede I ----- --- ---- -- --- -- -- -- ------ 'r'-rhfi.ate .N" m.ud the 5th
vote daS rf, Auqu",. A li 1 ISZ*. has filed
._. I I.-am- :in. my off!. e and has made apnlpatMii -
-- ,
for tax deed
a to be issue
I ..L.\' tB FKKKI 1-.1 th.re..n .<.ild "-rtlfcat| i-mt.rHim
r 29 TAMPAMrs Irene Sander!. 3 KlorirU- i '"\iinn. t--ttlf of Kra'lfordtate of WILL ffNT> IT f/ERE
a tragic but still attractive little
I Lot3, 1.t 4. ;>, Block GO Hamp
figure In a new traveling outfit t..n 1:.aoh In Rest Half of

walked" out of the Southwest Quarter & \\ct-t Half
courtroom "f - quarter SouthWest -
f )her free to pick up the broken Quarter, of fft. 24 < What is the Field" ? Half of Jonthrant Quarter. of ota n MCCALISPic ;
'I "Low-price of her life and forget v.rih"a.t Quarter k. A .tru, > I PPSN-
if she "O"g ;North side .
can that Bight three years uf Northeast
'uart"r; ->f Story]
"rputheact Quarter Wl.i :
when her mad
r ago mind drove her b.undvd South hy lakeoitlon jvevleui
to kill her three children and attempt !. Town.h.p T south KanK 21J Ii/aw FARM

to take her own life

t lOt bear a lot about "tlr low-prwe field" these L.U ':K DIES i r / .
I' } I I 2 to

1 i d..*. .A good mall,. t'an rlaJm to If in it. RAIFORD .Simee Lee Fields C 1Yf CA..I at L

22earold negro. died in Florida'selectric Q frn
o 6p4.6YaN l00 "
"'0 o <. l>eneser. the low--prif field i i.. mentioned, I chair -.hortly after 10 a. '' i$Il1tt aicIe Bn.rd __ a .e Q A Irrir.al'r 1 Yr Yr,

e "' rsrg Joa5ra/ -
r.erleml.er tt'I m. Monday wife for, slaying in Hillsborough his commonla.v .". !;' ''." C f ta+er sG Y'a %'_t Yen Q 6 gr+ee ,, -y

l Until Ford rams, no ..erage American moW i County Fields is the second to "kZ, Fdr7acra.F. ":t" C eitdl / '2 Yti Q p Stan C' utrM Yr
be electrocuted *t the state ; 'la o.:'Iw : star = Yrt Q Mer. R4 .i r.Q .

erw D a ear.Tatay tertiary here this year Sheriff J, "......!. .II! ; I!"as o",.; r1'. to wtN"!. *.**** '6raM C[pXa R''=.i ra

all Ford prire. are still low with the R. :McLeod former managing Edi !/G ntf 3 yr,
I tor of the Times, Tampa, who had Yil t1"L Ire 0 p, NO'
( Uy
prices of the (.O.lwr.rr Ford V-8 >30 toM g
covered several electrocutions : > T ,
9 as a EM11NOLE iMyM ? 2Y* QjvtrY I- aalA// ;
> > l loner than thofce of reporter the
any other rar of com pushed switch _
G httot:nWUubtt'it' Q RSSh Is31.5la la., x.3 Yr,

l parabk) clue C''Ii.'UUS-: ( -- --HIT-( H' J JACKSONVILLE w p.U ar *' ._ -'it. Q Meau} r4H Jam+a I Y.

: \& ZLGtT

But with Ford. "''ow prirej"* doent merely TALLAHASSEERepresenta

+ tive Gordon, Barnett of !Seminole'; GAINETT' ANDREWS" w_

Bean low fipurm on tM pri -< tag. It lDt-aDIl ninth County called the
proposed crossFlurlda ENJOY SUMMER
, I COMFORT. tin YOUG&f.orrza
r .ore than that. It low and low canal a 'damn ditch' today .....t.i, fipe l .foul l ill tfc'. lam'. .1.1N d...w_ FOR WHA7
1 : mao prior He and Representative H J .. 1Kkse.l1o.. [ # .he.... ..,. .tentutg ''OIl, ..J... .1...... orrn NO. i
i t<>fl all the rar' long! life Low prirr for rr- Lehman of Seminole County presented .,..e d.o ... E..... .Bed. ..... rs.o'.'.ss This! x....pep.r. 1 Tr.l A FDI IJ .our..... TU. N..>_, 1 Tl. | Ar oi,..

*ire for and, alto,. all. for to members of the house -- .... ...J'"t' I I...P. RIM| its N.gaua.. } r
parta operation.
t r tide., }
Mr M IUw. B 10 3 : YO
r % 150: stalks of celery grown near All CONDITIONED ema Group $2. :.e"Group A $2e

Both Ford V-8 engine .iff. are rtonomiral toper Sanford. "This celery was grown CCCKTAIL 1OUNGI COllIE SHOP

t with the help of our underground DINING' AND MHTINO ROOMS.Ilk
*!*. The B5 horsepower gKrfl: srrealer gut rlor-. .-s"//. .. "\.*.. BMk orru "0. 1 orrzn HO. 4
artesian water supply which TU!. J .......p.,, I Yr. Ttim K.wsyiipvr. IT"."\
11.00 10 Ree.e AU s
All *
Fo" >
t line mileage tku year than e.rr, and the "60" comes from the highlands t.f neighboring [ 13.00 S4R o.. [] 2 Ho.asi... .. ;; A tar 0aJ,. 2 A 1 7o Of>.

i { deliver. the Marion County ( Ocala. We 10 s-a. i..Il FI..s ... $ In.. } >
f liiphet-t( mileage(: in Ford history.Private depend upon that water supply and lath "M" d.th ..eoa.rtd. 1 Maea earn Group B ) 2-25 3 "fros..asIa.Group. D D )( $2.50

f we don't want damn a pruwe wr.i,
owner*, rah companies, fleet operator any MOTIlFATtlN
through It. *..Id'" Barrett in announcing 47.+...1 i.r HOMl t ,.-CllOtO s C out AR AND C
all report that the "6O" a' er.pe!: from 22 to 27 delivery: of the celery

A..rfeae 10,. 'LtO 2 Mod.fc- _local. 4 la..noc... t I IJ
mile per gallon of pajoline.; -- -- -- ------ --- -- l Anxncu real Ci....-- 1.71 MeOos Menu. __ 1Am.
j rico* ....._ UI Op.. teed lot Bcy. 1 rnOpportuolrr -_ 1 M
BOREE FUNERAL HOMEfull : | ...., Mam. ant Cordca_ 1.00 Maqaiia. ____ ] 04
(!beck and how much -
Ford i
rrr ".'e. "00. J BrawUr. GOMH. _____ 1.70 Pw..w' ....._ .
\\\n-s c.f Caskets A- Undertaker SuppUeMBfLANCE C .\ : i ChiM LUB physical 1:1&.1..... i 20
Ford Founded the Low-pricm Fluid SERVICE Clstsean -raW tU 3 h K>l>lar \1 ItCOW.
D.A.u NIGHT .,.
j WMki; 1.30 PlclOrio1 1.91. 300
Ii :33> Cesamr --. 1 1Dixl. 7-- popular r*" aak. sPepmlot It7f
Keeps That Field Low-priced Today 53 'E.te. nw H: id.... _tJJJ.r.__..-
O. ... BENNETT, :SIBr."A = PUrr pe...... J.n ; audio |T... ul"uc.I)_ I/S
1'j'I HOME-I.IKE Fan k>w.al!. t Lao ....boo. Ma.ocia. IOS
INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S FIeld aad SlTMmflewM Let 3 ._w .1 .._wa._ 143
C...., I49 I.r.r.iead 7'1Hoe.
Anelr..di.ciaa 3I0 : Ia.,. Ploy :LMHen.
I Ford V r-8 Prices Begin at $529 - - -- -- -- ... and Gao.... 3.41 SU.., &c.... J. 0Rooa.held
Noor_ 1.70 Sport. Afi.ldSacCMital LM
] Liknly WMkly aM Faimla ,
; SERVICE STATION g Hrf..rr w 1...i. 4.5Q Tra* llIMy M090 .. 7,27
I il AT PIA/OIM CTOIV. tiAN. ..O.'''TION/ CMAB.IS, STATI AND FIDIKAl TAI IXTKA : NcCaI1'. Na._ 1-N w4wY Ww1. 1.1 eo


IIO x171. afar rrGentIemert
1 TaU ,rle. ieer the 2SA .\ .** riKE. '
....I .4wn-p?. \M \TTERIE. Ol K TIRES .\ND I
600-.p. Co p. mipped d BVTTf.KIK.AKK: : ('....( :
O'lio.nOS.LLjR I
sot .b.*. .... Ford \NTEED:
't i( with front sad rest ......1-. fro: _. Fort fOR ONE F.R'IiD: 18 MONTH: 4 4'flSPOL."nI I ,i I enclose for which pleas lend I.t I

bam| rr., .p.r* lire, dealer ta U,\" :' ,-W .%VIVr._rRE,*"INfi A 'p..dalty I Ihe rtUluinu I hUll cbeched IClether with: a
r. .
tit S.lareagh
one win.i>kirl<) "iprr.. I F I 'Ut'l enbscrlptien to
J Aalaorli4aM your newspaper

I ol .aw.a.,fanp.ll.aeomp.rM..d a.b N.,.. Ferd 1'1, PUa. *lCrmlh i FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 I I

-. Ca. Nacre_
l I \-K .4BOI'T Our Prices FI%. MOTOR I, I
f\*i' V.\1MEVTfLAV t
Strul eor R. P. D.
i ON TInt: USE.t'IiT:: ; I

.a A B\TTFRIF: : Are Right LAC,. ( ONA'AA1. I I' and State -

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MSK: tOI' .V BOSH tiltI.S.IH'vttl.E returns for a''"i little l.thor as. po.ssiide taking in several boarders" doing

: ut ii DHMSCTORYv ,I VERY LITTLE ACCOMPLISHED BY r <; ': : \ KN; '1 K.HTS: ) Consequently as :March corner ill) hen wn ,'ookln.09I1inJ./ '

The \viagain ting/ the praises of lesprdea. HCrubbing an.1. general housework t ,
.. \1'1' andscuppeinongs She was. : not tirong but undertook:
1 P_tor [ An ii rude by some' .t.iftrlculturaluithorlty I i crape: myrtles pecans
Price. Letter Box Re
t. sh"iil'l' "M Hit- task bravely
"" m., out the difference, ;:
ocltx-k a. points
,,nl I 10 The Klorld'i 1 k'xisl.ttui.counted) I I I rnidp< ml nt I the legislating' to be L suit I by fall I had' a broken-down.
l"" letween bosses and leaders afol- "lii Hn effoit In ',,,'Ip :Make theSoutli
SUI., r, 411P' little cot m.ijoi Ita pot I Ii iii', .mum- drtimti'lv t he 'ided. fo.: the legislative\ : : we have wife in the hospital doctors' bill! flit
Land nf Honuty'
..hip. 11 a. m. 1l.shel.| | taut |i.oked tni-.MIIi' I t,", 'criip. heipConimltti ims : a pay, and trained nurses, an.1 I
Mir1( meet.* at 6:3': I p. m. .\ (''riishiiu :>elr I 1tl1|>i>','.1 .l'itKditor \ 1 I. The bo.sa drives his men. thulo ofl<'n said Ihitt, no other plant 0111'III'Ih
Rapid fire passage 'of appropriation .-M I ifpinteii' I difflfulty hire I'.nt. of the lime I 'I' '
blossom cooks ti> I Ihad
much (
B ( I : I ulei' toadies them will furnish so
A ship. 8.00p.m.im and uny necessary taxation, ( : In reaching ,' I'.m'nl on the proposed to handy boy around UM ( J Jpla
fflr I I IMIS.S. auIhorily. play
Wedaesii the i The depends upon and for
Will kln-lly give color, for' lung a time
so ,
Meetinff. I you and
ended board law.and
measures as it its filth weekof new milk t-ontrol and learned' m"itiy J
s lowing obseivalicms spate In your i ipaper" I the lender on good will. little I trouble, and expense as the < e '
I the tilxty-day' session.Stiivtng "n the basic" science law : 1 so The garden was a qu.irterof
3 The boss Inspiies fear; Iheleader things
s..rvlce'ed- | Likewise. In our efforts -
1') s-' "t'r i to follow, the simple which would put all, practice of I I enthusiasm,\ crape myttle a mile ,i.iy. theie n was no woodshed |
complainsabout inspires the South n
tint"L program of goveinmenttil, economy healing under regulation' and, supervision Practically everybody I,' "I 1 the leader tu help 'Mike I or wash she'). and the only
4 The ;
taxes levied boys says
.J laid down by Governor Fred Conein of ,a ftve member hoard. the high being Lund of,t I'lenty we would, say WAS located. at the barn'

UHOIMVT I Clll'IMH I'attor his legislative message and, In Unemployment: inI4Uii*lice as a In our day. They accuse our law- '' t'tyS "We thitt! no other plint will provide so The pump money. I had to not" row to piy

"", ? 'I.I"ttom..ry.: / u Liter: Informal communication to state project gained headway acommittees !< I makets of always frying! to find 5. The boss assigns Ihe tasks, ; I much liE)'. lit) much pasture. and so the expenses. of my wife's Ulnen

,,101 1 10 a. m. some new thing to tax, claimingthe : the leader sels the pace. for little .
n'' senate and house leaders, the legis.hture brought, In favotabletelort much soil Improvement would have. remedied all these inconveniences '

JIOIUI Woiahipa. m. has postponed with put pone I of the plan. tnburden is becoming unbearable -' 6. The boss s.iys "Oet here on trouble and expense, :is lespede7.a and much more .
m. I I
Epa' I..ague -7:15: p. m. the.. consideration of financing The house l passed two mariiigv ,, time;" the leader: gets theie ahead And no other plant\ will\ furnish Ashamed: Noilh Carolina

EP Worship. 8.00: p. I, plans until after members know bills one prohibiting child mar Undoubtedly much of this com-1 of time. so much delicious fruit for so manyyenti -- ---.- _

1'01, /ited to all these serv- Just' how much money goIng I lanes/ IInd "requiting five-day no. .plaint t is, justified. Hut Incredibleas 7. The boss fixes the blame for and] with .ill) \little t tumble i ns. The buttercup and other bright

U..... ,, to have to provide\ the of intent to marry and the other it would seem al first thought the breakdown; the- leader, fixes the II siipeinong|' grape, And no other lowers are so coloied In order. t'>

ivesbvlertan-Church The senate passed its $6,723,029 to take mar' Page p"l fOI ming( the great majonty of those who bieakdown. I tiee, will provide ns much winter attract insect! which assist in ferlihrallon -

rg'e H. Lowry, Pastor I appropriations bill just" before powers flora the hunched,. of notaries "I complain so loudly voluntarily pay S. The boss knows how It isdone food and pleasure with so little ,, and reproducllon .

1M : wetk-enil: adjournment Friday after of public In (he state an additional, tax one fur more to ; the loader, shows how. trouble and I expense as the t pecan, -- .' -- ,

r suM,' *.vices Sabbath School. having raised, the bill considerably The house blvc'ked by defeat a be decried and exceedingly draining -'' !9. The boss makes wok, a drudgeiy. ,\- 1'Lets" hurry :these in! In 1174 a roosier al H.isel Swit

N), 11'1, ,1 Morning: Worship." from the total applied when senate approved bill to abolish th<. t on their tlnmclal, I It's''lre-'M'' ): t the louder makes It II game.It I - -w rerl.mi.1 laid nn egg The ,al..nait! I

11JI ? Young People's Vea- the appropriations committee In- : power' ; of the governni!>: to Inn k<. I I I They are cloInK "" w Ilium t a whimpel. ) The boss says "go;" the 'i\\o 1 ( >"is\i\r.s.: ill. i-lU/ens I chaiged: him with witch, ,

4 :? u of tllt'm.11 trait. und I btiititHl, him at the stikiof '
service. tioiluced tempoRal transfets Li, inn one stat! und veiy many leader says "Let's go .

mette by Pastor.Service 1 The house planning to devote fund to another The $...n..le.p""H.I take offenseit ome friend i calls Commenting: on this. list. The Tlu-te is a wealth of human in ---- -- --

,, : the lint of this week and I the first I ed,I bill\ to allow cmmiy commissioner.s their, III It nUon I. it and. seeks: !' toI PioKtesslve! Kiitmei" says: lei I ,em' in u si-lies of letters. now

,> :Mission\ Study. IIf next to its own riieamires hoped' to II ansf.-i,' funds! lo meet PU'Alequiitments 'I protect them ug.i.ual 1; It "On many and inuny a faun 'being l ptintcd I I i in The I I'logressivc. 1a. 04
Prayer Service.niilTtaptlst tn come near to the senate, total sotou howexet. ,recei\e l.< The taxes allIlIllIthlch so much whete The 1'iciijiesslve Kmmer Is I Farmer .fl the" subject,"Mistake: ...".. ,tr:

much would not hi:; house Hpprovnl' lt< I something U.iveMade I I : We see-tmwlng: !, complaint' I in irm give!: tend" \i. niont-y Is beln l lout eveiy daynf 1, -- ----

II, Church nece-tsaty befoie agreement was Th. house nvmoi taliped Con, of value In ,letuin. even though. it I the yen i' becuuse! t lit' man whoduett .'( )HGOT) =NKKPS': ; : :Mv' biKK'-st I lieji, :: 1'1...... C !!:..,: ;'' ''." t;..sj "

I:..' I i .llemlii, (wu). I'ustor leacliLdCthei. R''.....,. to establish n protective tin may not ala uyn 1'.- piopm tlonale. to I ;, t the 1.lb"I'i I Is a IIOSH. Instead.) 1 II J..irriifulYour J.'a! tI .... : "

.. -i ry un.ay.! Bible ( ,tviitutuH' of the legislative'week '' iff aK.tinst): / pollution: of ('ii titi'I (he lax involved Hut the: se'lfiniI'1)Seti of n "' "d'I'01; only Is money being mistake was' tiiluio, to huve. ni\. I fci, 'ne....* ir ,''. u'. ',. Al.,' I'.
Sorvlcesat3:3':: ') homeitniotleled. .. an 5' i m wie many and vniled': and l1""han'abl"11: : to d< luinent .. tax to whuh) I "it-Kr: lu, ksthis lout but happiness and ):ond.Mil k, 'np.., ...m..', .'''M l',", .1'' r VIck .
j i ernoon.' ulleied I ,ledeemniK teatuie; t I Instead I it my clulditn If I had: Irol it I nil' act *.. :NA'IITO ,ii.m t.i| | ftiil, '." -
The home Rie.itly:
passed .
.1 : of Floii-la also lost Thai' Is .
giowem mi- being .. ,
lixt-d, and. bcnighl, n indm, .inI, ,,' ,ilew I niovi ,imimritii'ii, ihn'. if |*i' (I. m /
iiir ''III'UCIII I lletovcty Act and sent It to thesenate languuslietl I de_ millets upi(>n Its vittunx nolhing. / to say. whole a leader: \ w'ould. bml.11. up tmimm, (,hi. nvn'iini" .',1 up ,. t urn ..11.,,.
nt i IIH!I. II \ Thtfencing fight !: I I and I Ii'i' needed.. 1 "i-ii' ll The n.eusuie: had 1 a ref. but I harm phjslc illy I I nit-ntilly i-vlf.l, IhmgHVte!: '
I \. I Donnley I'listors drierminiiil, cffoits of houspioponent L> happiness and good will a.1 boasyniiin unm may h. ni r'iit' H>.ik.qw'
| era n'Iirn, umendruenl. but suppoil-, i I spile, ,,! il And! not HI have, in.i.It- pleasant homo w I ln-t, ..1 I pfr.i.l.nl hHBit.K' .hi'. a)ltit I > UI of 'i'nin'its|, .
fir.t Sun-Iiy. l llo destio.\s only .
.n-ery ,. to contintu- thiou;; } itlIiilit'y uutiiust H.*ttmK up nig, til'*, .....1""". I"tutliti, .
-. hool.2:3i: ') p. m. era tallied sufficient strength ir, tile bitter, end A 1111 I long anti I. 1 ond li" inj!; what this j many' II noun. who clnc-cts, tenants fit)' boy and gill; I of high I umtnr' th, ..y...* n fottltnn .if .HIT>tin*. ," .
I ,
flll'lldl a".1 .iP'.niflt.
B ServIced! List.: minute\ voting! to make annUietpiiAlsii ,,.. \ Is ? II IHISH should MKC CCIIlld i i ,'nl"lalll I I thCII snit..It a",1 iq .r ;1'1'u ,
\\llI'nlw .
[II', ,, ,..iy aad Prayer lencing block halted I I fencing bill M damaging: .If.lmp1la" 1"1' lined help n 1 a ti''h.' ttna, ol, ki.In..y, .r hiiilu' I''

.. diy night. .>n that *it 1 the lefeiendumplan a each time they wt-ie, advocated I. Is the I lax they pay: to the tobacco, be a loader' but many father I in .mil. Aptiul I' (heir I evening .i,,1 I homo\ .....1..' may tirtn&tn boo burning. acaniy' ur L,.. 4 I

f' Is held invalid by .1, court. the' and I continued yuanagiun ,\ companies' Last .vein' our I people I woikmK' with his "WII' sauna Is As it is llieic Is iu-thin. plc-asant I lr'wnt'1'h.rt.)lir .,,",1...*n<> .l<,ul"( that pr-tmi>* I f '

..t. M..iV* Kpltcopal: Churehprayer on'1.IIe bill... to. linn. i ha in stoles will go intotiled !, ,piomied l advancement of any sue!II |,, smoked U ..OOO KKMioO( vfgatettes.'about : 11 lug' the capital I mistake i of a..milk-I I in nor) home but a nmllier's. love
Mot" is\ and Sermon as i.tw ai u. once, ': UtiO a piiM-e for eveiy man lug", the nttitude of a boss Instead'''lln they seek pleasures elsewheu- flaw frionila 'for mir than f'.rty pan
I .
tf, '. and fourth Sundays atDID I A little-county block. claiming, I I measure woman and. child, in our land. T< ot a leadei, Nol HO many I I II was: ,i si-lions, mistake 1 niiidt, Thfy*rr hav... .n a<<*nation-wid
Holy Communion SaintsII fotty-elghi members that may be Chain oig.mi/.itions, weie, thelargtt nothing of the cigars smoked, us, foimcily. 11' .. are glad fll'h"I'1 bnl I hope' now In I reniedv It !Misli ::: A k tl,SP amugSborI 5l
would say :
and choir I Imnl'e for vaiious i bills. One ,
pay. i ) a. m Litany called tor on all measuies and nor the tab,icco u etl. the bill still too manv And to .I' Smith MississippiOVKIIWOIIKKP. '
would pipe njn I
at 730 und ,
prw-n' .eiy Friday night I thin sixty-five on many oth- \ 'tax ilotible piesent stale of chain stoie "roll your owns' The money: cost i iamounled : points thai distiiiKiush/( a UnderI ,' a : : WII-'K. : Last PILLS

p 'at fts, tried its stiength and, found! it I Horn ,ii InisH, we woul l halt.I an clev I
oLCUpallonal license) taxes while to nUll I than $3. nn.lIun.) ( 'ii"ii' Iii.'" I insisted I on my wife's
satisfactory III the house While I entli iiit I'ullous
< hil-tliin, Church I .still another would< lilt a giealer (Kill and the harm done the useis" liincalculable
Christian Chutch leadets I said! they' had! no desire or "II I I The boss 'knows il' all.' I the\ --
at the double tax with I lie maxi
.1 than .
and evening thought lo t t ii row uny obstacle in I I leader.. .. welcomes. and I .encouiages'' I '' '
ijv morning mum :ilOUO i "II'h foi wloies of national I made a rni-l\ke in i\iny! thai :

," in1! seven o'clock tespecBOB the path of beneficial legislation I ( I chains in excess of JOtiO' the Vic-tuns voluntai, llv paid' thi; I I sutfRCHllons: tin pmgifSH' I and nn' ALL YOU NEED ISA :\\H
llu-y:\ li"\'l'lhEI.. seived notice on 1'1'0\'m..nt. l
big county membeis that they will stoies wila Hie saving plan lo galling: tax Mo.st .f those user, I fLtj: : f

tax if the II\IR'I' htibiluitecl Lii,,t (tl\t') :
double the piesent had I bc-conu- ; : : '
stand' I tor no 1'1:111: that will (penalize I 1..I.tIII':1. :" : : \. P1.1 \ :> -.4 II' TELEPHONE
held. mvnlul wendilXeli to I it I This call beat l h.i. T" 2
one is I I :
: ( ItI''': iIll.lA ":
ci unit lost in any wayPusnlbililies 1'lt\O'. I .k!! 1
noticed In the i.ise, of the 1
tax on1'ig'netten pooievictims .
cent package
A twi ;a / plint a tiee. a V 11IInd u
of an e\tii: session" I how little tin w __ .__ i i
JONES IntioducedAlso =No malt ___ ___ -
was *
: of thesenate ,-hi lib. all of which Ml:IV be .planted'in : ,
voiced in Some paits .
were I how scant the '
chambers butwere a bill to legalize lacingiiiin.ib'o.k I man eatns. nor snipply Match\ and nil of which make I ,;
and house
Here and fuimluiv
of clothing
Cunintenls On minimized by the veterans of establishments wllh an food i\ highly ,iesiiall.' mlilillons, to the t 1
be Anivery
tobacco must provided.
I license tax of $100 a small town lawn and yard! as wellis
..1mHereafter the body. who have seen legislalutes occupational often for the mother as! welas I For Expert Repairing
in their and 11 three" per cent tax on all aim" the fill: I in. aie listed in lllel'rug
farther sixty year
for the falht-i I l'hll by the i essive "Faimei' with Ihe tol-
wagered on laces
and day/ existence than I this one without money go; barefuot and) n Inn ml n.ike k ueven I 'I l lSmith's
with men
Tin world Is: filled financial 'bnokmakets for other p ""lIlIns. low ing; aonimentMost
!I having advanced as flin" the coldest weather, but father ,
won'", trying to have a good time. Revenue was estimated at $7,000- of us wiHli to get us big' H(
of modem ,i all'alls.I and mother must have tobacco } All the wild<1 excitement OOO a year: pelt to go to old agePensions 'i- Garage
which the Attention was dll ed..d to social And often the mother who does flu,'l ,
life Is simply an opiate I I to counties and) part' -
pail Al''' #vrAMcaIfT.71ysiip'4
welfjie during the It Is compelled to do what lillli. I
world I Is to give its own aothey legislation fundLegalled use ..
trying to the general revenue ; I!
will think they are happy. "I ,I week but Its progiess in all piob- slot she can to earn enough. to half-wa; ; I. 120 !
of machinea Phone
That ability will be halted by a senate : operation :: feed and clothe Ihe children, he
much happiness.
wish.hat you tell our frlenda when I inquiry Into affairs of the state social appeared to be dead after/ 'I cause father must 1 have tobacco'! A dependable prescription for Col i.s vi we
they married. Well of course. welfare board which the senate Oct.l when pResent licenses. expire.The And what do the victims gel ii II I ('hi1l [fever Malaria,arJ I Influenza.: Wrecker Service Day or Night ;" : ;
get for I f
has voted le-
resolution neededinvestigating l house alteady 25c; or genj stamps lo
in a ?
there 'Is great happiness in married charged. return for, tying; this slave tax ,
of the 1935 law: when the .n- Co.Jackaonville.l-'la. =
Christian I : because of teports of peal I think pleasuie. billIhal .n.thern, Druv __ --- ,
lifi' when people. especially They Ihey gel ) -
l bull _ -
lo follow -
Us (foiccs II
ale set =
pdipl.' I-v. each, other and are i l1Ial-a<\\mtn"Iralion. The inquiry Is simply ''i deception Tonneico \ r ,,

married to the will\ of Is expected to last until next w Slot machine opera' lots. howevei.wete ', I I Is a na I col1\'. a mildw toim of )
'" > riling td

COIl lint) [ Ui.; I, .. ., ,is much sorrow In An Investigation of the ek'i, reported lo funning a "one new dope It gradually, i deadens the rn f= LORIUAr ....nrtJ .I J.., .. ,'W I'y 6l!; !<
ii t. <. \ < .> i"mal! mlIl'le.1. peoj' I guard by house committee bill which would out law Ihe neRves and upsets the body. mik i 'j
die. out during the week. limed bandits' themselves but ing It nee 1""".I. i v to conlimie its use. -. .. 4.47 f fJi I Iai
| >P in-\ inn nand ot'len op..I'III..1( I 1 1i
I I. :'i, i .me Into the home Ki\e day lacing, the :S.-> auto li 'I would lId mil tithe. I torn in ..tIi'i' I lo v hip' Ill)" the neive, ; ; : Il

i \ a state dmeis' Ioc,'11'I". levin's to he Iei3.il amusements JUSIIl..1I. jul' I. hot a.' riuiM hat-,- ''hi.
< n t shadow, on the fam- n'n.Ig. I :Ji JiHt

I,v i 'n-i'times' (here is much .1'-late constiilnilaty. andascoieoi I I I with! an o ehtunnttd, ,involute ol S7.- whip a |jiln' .' i 'onstautlyTobui

-'" 1- .'' -utfi ring Often gi eat mole' 01 lax bills appeared rtt the 'IOOIM( 4 I I,4)). ---- ,' i o u. .ikenthe liodv .idlf ;
i "H < !trisity. i comes The ----. ------- -- -- -'-, --- -- the mind. .ind deadens th Itp" ,itt.O,

I I. .. -,"- his jub 01 the- bunk .' 011'I': : no") 'II! !IN:: IM'l: !;> I 101) : :5. \\ I-'Ii .<.n-I"lItl": '. lM-sliles" ui.sluig,, : SIH.. I4fl i .t I

b.' 'I i 'in: savings IIlelo..I., 1 Ii: 11":1)1-11.: ; \11/t:/ LANDSoil I < 01"11'11'I l i.- -"una r.f. nn>ni-s I i"on 1 ,

C:.. ::- Uli takes, the luu.t slol'I'al".> I the hi, a liuflil! inflm. ( ,

'10. >- .1. P.thlsll.leal. Sen .toi, CIII I It )' K: .i"''I)flit I mtio- ctosion I is one of t the wor.-l oldi-i p ucei I f\i-it, 1 ovei Hitviitiiii.!I .

bills Tuoi.day. :: enemies of theRouth.) as may'lie' and. irninituti.? boys and gills t
i II r i What we it-ally IU,el' the folloMnj; I r
/boideiedby .
alonff any highway and Womeileading
seen young men young -a.
i" wh.:1t
young washed field,': and gullies. In )them into' the suine Hlaveivand
(;: "
l'o1mplun..y' _
'I' > I 'i.Milled' Is something like Xu ;(12.; Placing __

'" I in, hope' you will have 1 a -tone' Heights loads... on ptefeienlial in article by John B Joidon, in iiiinout, wasle! of heaven-en- ,. '

The Progressive Fa'' n1l'l'. discuss tlll 'lt'll May I not in nil I
lloiids money
ai.it'-, till lURrriedIiCenj.: thaiG'.il ,, lihl To Public _
ing Ihe work of the Soil Con..en'a.tlOlI kmdm-Hs, ask iicli user to quit foionus _
\ VMII the th'lt Highways
give 3ou g"lIce !|
and its importance to his sake anti
Service f ; saditor own I Ia'
3'1)| ti- solng: to need as you two
the I fallowing sikc lOt (lie whom lie
Stale roe, future geneialions;: foi the young
sh.it.! t .gether life's rcsponsibili- fCo l 7ti3: Designating

ty One season BO many homes in Iii ndford! County To Public I ten tileS for waving/\ Ihe soil aie' set Inevitably influences'' 1:: _
fn.th' Krnesl 'ncjuest SILVER.
are bioken is that we teach )'ollngp."plt ittiale anil,) Highways "" :: FASCINA ro I '
I 1 Keep cotton off any steepland S PR INGS 'w I IsLy.q
to look to married life as a I '
limp $30 month to'< I qoss .ALLgN. PLORIDAf sl' SUSA QUAY/C I INAruqAL.'s7
.f No. 764. To
supreme happiness Ther pay pioperlywith I $PRM..5 t lftrravaYIOMm& .-. mae&4 I ICSZ2IrbdI
terraces 'Iq'ES
I 1 2. Construct '
when and wife. To Pen .
the sorrows, come they some- Tom Sheppard I ; ATr2m.crON :
100 GAsSflOrM
less grade, ( Vj-inch to -- I'' :
inn-a feel that after all they hav I shins and Claims. 4 ." 8 47'S I
inches 100 feet depending V1
feet to i per
ranle a failureof married lifeM.iny I conditions t. 'MDf WATF ) I I
o/ the most devoted couples I i No 763, Authorizing count'; on ; 1 OIG SPIING I 1
3. Plow land so as. to le-ive a AND &PIDLtS I P
it tins been my privilege to know judges to Issue without cost glow '2 'A 1 1Ii"
water: furrow In terrace. channel.: : .. ,.. r--a; !aL.cAv.a Ar V IL
s'ur.,1! together the and : era certificates To Agrlculturi ,: sParnGL.
sufferings "4 Control water lit end of ler- ...?.j::.. .... tiLt 1 szvEaq .
"sorrow. of life. -Come unto MHtl nnd, Live fetock.No. .... ".:.on.I. .- '5 p.VrS0NG, ,
lice so It will not toim a gully. .... .50 [
Vf hilt labor ... In....... _
and are heavy- : Stat .-5. Use ititations systematicallyas /o: '11.'...... II.. ..... PEDfFAf -
laden and I will" give you rest 766, Redesign control. ....1.... ,....

'-tkMy: yoke upon you and learn Uoad, 13. an to route thRough Law .0.means Rotale of eioslon crops by contour ..........1 .....- cm- ., ;- .a I #,1 I I

of I Mr for I To Public P.oads. und Highways .:
My yoke l Is and Hju tey. ,
easy fields *
.. strips or binds Instead of by e3 t : _
"ln is light." Jesus didn't ,, ; '
say t down badly ;1
".. Retoitst or seed -3---- ;
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"C' 'cite unto -- -c"i If
Me '
and be C.WALLCCtfflfrl
ye happy. HAROLD .
I eioded' areas and excessive8loK { (I I II II
A t.' ,.i is not intended to be a bur- No. 767 Fixing pay conipen.sution ;ilsI
882! | >.S. IMfURAN ItKVCfTU.I4I I I
,10"1 membeis
A school buuid I
yoke makes It for
possible 1 .
I and/ Idle fieldifiom \ .
cal 8. Piotect wno local
til.wh to carry. i the load. The yoke: JnJ 8875 population. -I j '

Jesus I 1 endar. file I % r ,, : ,
makes It
puts on us "9. Impru'eoudluls by a systematic .5' :1
1)0 .1.l for us to carry the bur- I, -- "
thinning .
ilen"45r Closed season on wilt""
of life and have rest In our No 7l38. ,
"10. Use: eveiy acre of land for aa J''
I and Unioi:
hl,1 '- when we are carrying theseburi,04 tuRkey In Biitdford. 'I t.
lo which. II Is bestadapted. t.
the i
To lixiacalendar. puRpose :
l A Christian man and a I Counties for three years. -- I

chrntian: woman in a normal mar "The .future' welfare of Southeinagrciulture FLORIDA WONDER i' : t\\ .

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1"1 l lite I DRINKOm.iIfi !
share each other S bur- Is: In |I /t
and farm posterity FAMOUS u'till
Introduced .f
de" Hazen
They do RePresentative :
not much
spend so I the hinds of the ptesenl caretakers, : :1 f
tun. bill. and was a co ,
if one ,
wondering --
they are happy.
|-"ve does not ask to be hippy I intrciluc, of another, as follows : of our own lands. We" no longer rcmarkal.le I Kloi-' '!i'ouin'I 1."kjr1 Iltttutigli tIit'4'. g1114'l1,06th '
can weir out our (aim land and KHA'Ci: : KIT.INr.S; :' : t(; ( : .r :1't
,'.''' |18 i I'llIalt.ct "iill 4 lies ,
not selfish. Love seeks to b,, IOIIl | .Met-i-a"1 loritiii.i
move on to new frontiers It Is i !la ..I. iniiiit>,ii. i M imw a ,
"" the load from the shoulders of No 13'a. Relating to imposing | ila 'luIl'IVeI al I tilt' 1t.I 111'11.
ill- vehicle fuelio therefore well that we r..cognlz..jth. | AT .M: I MI.. i i i a' II'" Ihj Ilo'I! < !. I Jivsii :
motor .
b'lo'o'eJ.f'RICntss. I an excise tax on I Ilempoiary h1I1t.4 i 1111.1 Ihl1L1"an.\' n'II".ltI
as'' .
Taxation. fact and consider ourselves ,1.,1., .. cl.ti.y 1111,' :' d.> l.ii.t IIUI lltoldIIJ \ .E'I' '
and IU'IISSI""ER i
Finance % tt.iI Itsur
; .ii tlliLC'I Itsiil'
of f a r inlands I I.II.M \ 41(4 rItit
.1' I
cairtakers' I till niiKllty sil(l.JLorI'ttIIdhllIi .. i
linnH'W' )
; :"i
? of future. generations .' I I \il''I (III" ('./nltalll: ; >. tiII'I'ZilIf, :
f/to sufferers of Hewitt for the benefit S'IIOOLSTICKE li'uM. rtivrrnoiM
and | ;
Haze ,\
No 12."iO. by i M 1 ii > i-r ( HI; lit' lII.I-1t! I j ',
bird lands to be so cared for I ) ot !,hiii ,) ,- 1 ,r'te't': ((1:10'1': I 'IIttiiIS"
; maximum 1r.w'
Union: Relating io game Hh )
ot .II'I n :
s v. ff
MACH i l'pl: 11 i : f. ,
fertility .prodmtivily hl'I' : '11e I
in i Ilt"'l: ;
hunting in Unior as! to Improve COCACOLAHOTTL1NO t tlav II> h>i i
I and ptohiblting : i 'in l.ii't. '; .1'111..1'| v. xli r [ t-r" .
and he permjnent auurt.a'nr li.lI u hr' (..II "II' !1. ;I !.t''I :I'I
To Cen4uup.1 I .
and Bradford. I Counties. : I .c'r"i": '! tII'1.: 11 io\ ,till! II. Ih" Ii ,' "
IivelihA 101 those who follow j jUS' ( CO. : lid..1!. fOr their \ l'lIlIl1, I'll 1 I Suit', -
ApportionmentHean Ii' \l.'lIrid! tnvi'c.i1'-: : : I > e. 4 I '
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< : j"il t rr1
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I of Stetson I .------ -- v 'yiilM? I '. ( '' lit 1:1: hai. t 1I 1\ '. ,
I il. t.cjlI.5
11'IrOftl'Tte for Cj. Pi entice Carson : 4 "WII: t ,
f. : 'i.. nil
\ ..... .', !j.t.'v i -i rnlHo-i} oJ..i! '"i iiji j I,
,..' ff.n. .,m "" 0" OR University Is now In his flttelthcon.secutive I : n I"l'lIt S 1.'In"' ) .! 1'11"" I' I I t ,
I tI'
1)1).1 \I.I"t..l. ,.. ,' DIRECTOR I : :
; 10'0' "'' FUNERAL i LIII'I'
''" \ ...... ... to toeInstitution I I .1 f' .' "Ptit'll: 1 '
l'If.\lI.. .. .. )ear of service It'.tI I I 1)11: I lb 4 :( I I.! I I., ::1' urn a' 'I
!: "" "1 for Sla to IteadeC' :.I..I I -i ill 11 II I S h I '
: 7 t : It Paseible ,i.l Im I ,in ; :
It" : r. ;. : :.:. ,. .'I : a Mj 'l.iuy. VHUM pep..rfruuP: Makes .1 --I i II" I I I' iit: i ,':i t I III'S. 1
'Ir" .
IH l" .. .r. .. ., 0''" i I't", \: 4 .1 l I: ill i Irnis,:
\I'\tII." OUI ... --- COURTr.Ol'S: SCRVICCMOUEBA1K : < f'lI I .1.' I
u 0 v. V' A\ "> and i. it I
... Id rfUCIKNT. PROMPT IT, !: .. ,.1! I ,r" i ii I 'I? I I t '
: 111'1 a
t: ni .e'"I t'I !!Loi 1.P1S. Tile worlds supieme plowmin PKICBD :-* I i'i si i .. .,, I I
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II a- ', ..... 1 h 't'i : .es .Iti4 :
"j &:" C. II Scientists. '::11:111': : I Ii
l I. 11 'J' .,.... the humble earthworm WITT C. JONES < I i t. ..l" .. .1 .I' .It I ,'. .i I' j
b uninhabitable -
I would .
believe the world Starka. FI.ri U i ta.ir: u.c"; .4 i ifl
... t but for( his service ol I I
BROW v PR.I C'Y thu soil
breaking lip and aerating
!O't..rtle. ".rl.. 1


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.U< 101 KKMKMI1KK:: :: \\ IIKN: '. opposite the !'. K Ojnova reiJence GREEN TAG TOURIST TRADE ,Mother trill >. uquel

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I It was later moved to I Ipiesent Its I Mrs, J. VV. VVhn
,r >.ntu'"i,' Fiom P.ie' | One'' Bite and shaathed I with COSTS STATE Sanford Rifch, _> 1
concrete blocks That! we om e beautiful/
bouquetthe 1
'1 alien HII economy wave, swept| the had an Ailvenflst, church heie!, It OF "OFF" ("bLon I' CLUB ALL CLASSES Methodist ('\I
nittiun. in order" to qunsli. piofitivi, was 'located just ninth of Dr Tier for tin- dlstlni-t,,ii.,
MEf\\ E3 C R c= Al'TO
'i in,?, I this iiilvertlsement. nppl'll1'1'1'\\ long-'s i-rfililencv\ That Stall rat and. youngt-. '
1 tt\PRESS ASSOCIATION? in, TclegiHph: "Ot your K.IStir Once had a large sa.sh and blln<1s''i I lust ,the StUiof: (Floiul.i $.o I. !Chapniiiti. superintendent lively 1 plesent' 'ii t
I vfI.O ovciHlla ut Stfrnljerg's", The: factory a1Hf1.1t rii.u'hine shop! all I to lily It was estimated by n-gi-il.i-I I of the Stale Prison Fu I'm. discussed "I".lay/ aervtr.GentgiaFln1'iffr..

-JctIJ.: ,>(Ld 7euda 'irst to buy blue overalls, jack.nitty .-\' wheitthe Quigl.!:' y I>avls( bus IIMleaders. for the Semite: to up- I I four widely divergent. topics at -.- -- .
linigiiii.s and a mklsh. stun ness now is I IIHIII.-.I" That 1111I'- pi U\'I' H proposed Iivv which would the Rotary Club nlt'l'tlnVpcln"/ ," / "
1 ruwnsCul>. I D. .K: Knight: Thn ing twenty veins sit Hiadfoiounty '"I I pei nut lir'inatil Beiney" .Ia day. lie stated that hi- had talked ".70!
I'uhli.ht'd, \\eeklv on Friil.ixs; and Entered as Second Class: | tight after night 11 mysterious amI _- shetifts nit.. I a violent vllie testauiant'' man to klf.n'l on prison pioble-ms iv" many The sixteenth!: II

Matter: at tht'.1\ Office Starke.:; Florida I t mill visited A. K:. Multt's premises' (rath t U"I green:" motor vehicle licence I times that he was: going: to forget of the Gporglii-Klo,
I std l hit thi- bills off his lurks -- ?.__ A --- tug them for 11 day and l discuss the donationill' h. ,

!,:. I.. :Matthews Editor and OwnerSI'ICltll'71ON i'llunt.s/ for the ferocli.ua lien.si.. i 1 GREEN BELIEVESIN I L'einey' It: the famous "a,tan In followingsubjects: The English nil. Sunday \ i ,
: school audltoi ..
whatever It might he. were InHtl'ulcil /gietri': who has been! featured inIllpley's Coronation" alum-ting Inurlsts to ...
rued l It tins at last, Count! tone CATTLECLAIMS "Bflieve' It Or .N< t." I He Starke. l the Klorldii l.rglslutuio.1 will bi-tfln" ,it 10 ..1
:; ; : KATE a little fIe,- dot uvMie
featly SI.50:: ; ; Six Month*. 7."c; -Payable iii. .\dnmcedHrti.in.r neighbor Thilt before, Lung : CONKS: :; UPPOSITIOJTO / green shoes, eye g-lnshes and program .
I lirklxe l was", built ntiosH: Now tlv "NO-KKNrK; :: ; : I LAW walking stick. On 'the subject "r. attnictiug\ / ''I STAK G A lit n '-, /;/,
.\ Kales on Application
: ,-1'. the bridges: welt washed itssay) KAISKD PHK'K: $2 Under waiver of I ho ,rules Senator tourists Mr. Chapman Fluted thiii
flooils, until I lind 10 bilriltu '
"I'cy, they Kvery: fat tner in P.radfoi l Conn John ft. tienclvim of West he hud spent ninny :j'euia on lhi i
poi't'i.AK; / xoirs snoru) un.i: Tirn: n.\v : >i| to tri-i'K" The lank, 01'i ty would have molt- livestock I IIIP If Palm LSeach gained the ,passage/ of Must: Coast of Florida anti advised t

I cisterns dllgnt some street Inter'sections listened 1 to the advice of A. /H I.Oll'n the mcasme. Senate Hill ivo.' III j F.tntke to try to attract tourists l i 4
Kvi-n: though I lifiKlTo'd(l i- a small! county and would lip I In tnrke, to furnish vviitetm minutes for the who would make1 gourd solid. Stir ,
one of> I the laigct-t cattleowners requited I sven
given I't'lalinm"n' |po' 'i\\cr tlicn-liy, \M- cannot favintht! I case of flies. ami the fire In this aertitn Ho says. trnn"llcllo.1l| to be complete! and'' dens iiither than the playboy! type I I

"county unit systi-ni". \uiinjr an ua" I't-('tlltly |1'1'01''I'd|' '' in ilnrniH Did Which know were pistol Nhotx. 'and l can prone that there Is money l..gl I.ltI'I'"I'enlt'- for the :-;l'nate.I' alit. ltd l nothing to benefit' a cam I
in cuttle. II was said is estimated at $10 a'' nunity other than to "spnd their
ii plan !sulmiitU'il' to the< llou.-e of nt'III'I''I'lItltli\'l That' JoiHill, of Lake Butler! mote!)'. I
( : vas a political autocrat of old "I 'look for the day to rome Hoot minute.SpoiiMois i ----. .- .. -- ---
set-I when stork rattle will bring $20 a uf the bill. with Senator '
I Ilia, ICIII d couUI have (
;; anynno 'Ie-I .
I { :rend stirfifilu! throiigli," Jlr. Greensaid. 1 ..n'.I'.1I11 were: Senators Work Sheet l
I ed fur" office that he those, hut helwa
.j i as many unit votes!' m it hay reriM|) .entatives" in the I legislature. I > >8 chose jjooil, men. fwd never "(;lovernoi t'one's nnnuiincemiill Charley K:: .!"hns of Marke. Hemy Dunlfoifl"l County farmers!' 'who i'
: would ( to I Thatl'uilural tlmL he ivoul.l vt'lci any Itt). U!, Mmphv; nt i t Zolto bl"'IIIIIS.| i R I Lu- ,'sped' to lake part in the 1KJ7!;}
mid that t in a f pl'l 1 m.I I I !no iskiolflcf| / fur hunt l lP
I .I't fence law the Ii-Kislatuie" / miglil: (,is ni.u,., k of, tjninesMile... G. Me- ,\ llculllll'al'IIn..l.lIlIon p-r o-
I'.ra: ole"( "' 1It1e1lhl'I'I'i t Judge! A. \ Long! once' \\11"
the I high man. i .ilfllviry boy at Jones' A Meiliersjoi I pass has t i.osttl. J the pi'Ice of i-ultld Aithur .ot' (CjUUhan.. Ithtoith(9arkt t;r in in wete again lemmiled 1 his I '
would I h,' a tntnl of.. 1P<> distributed'; amoii.tf the "sixty-sever: '9 store d in ttlk" That :f2 a head In tin l pi-i .sixty. daysMr. of Mcilitici'llo, Sal A. /timely M-uk by the county ugt-nt that\
I uII'1 I
c ..'II Iii I it''5.'rho'. :: tit the 1'111'1.O'II.. until Jrs! Mary I I : Green; 1 I" not sine just how of Live Oak. J. fopkiKelly o't ;], Thursday. May :0 l is the last day 0 g

I' L chief objection. ID I this: plan. a< we "( l'it.! is the one I certaint
iLedllngs ftum' Imo ntirmry olll.vhUll"'I'1 it l.nge In iicordiinciwith the .lasj.ei. J t), Dusger of Miuclenny. Is offering l"> pay tot "
often voiced in ei nnection with the election of a i president' l"y'I and Hour oranges: were lriltolty, but t he dipped' f.no eus'j.' 1 Wllllum C (lodges\ i
the national electoral college : it makes: it po-jsilile' I ) for a man .ouiul! IUTC That the Ttlcra the: List time he tieated them for I aloe L Shunt, of POll SI t Joe Phillip serving practices, ,, but l before> | a a I Iw

to. li elected to office untaught ho I might not haw the highest I < (>h was Started In the fall of t licks. At the pi.'Sent tone he Is I In D /lien II of Pensiifola.: .1. TIIIIUI' .nmci' run. be eligible for theseaymeiits
1HTJI! by L'ol \\'. \\'. Mooie That the market tu .sell his .mute stock, Butler of Jacksonville, John C.VVynn he must file a vi-oik sheet
i nunilier; of popular' \oti-s. :.1''..... 11.11 licit llt-echci Stowe. u)- a"", he wishes to retire and! devote of Miiri.mna mid Fted P.Pinker n his fmmM7M '
I' .
Proponents of the plan state" that it would prevent a concentration '..hutTitL'tiile Tom's Cnbin.( own- Us time to his it-nlal property In 1 of Mayo, the latter pr eat- -- -- ---
-,1 land near Ciohby lake That 'laike lie la beginning to weaiy I lent pro tempore of the Senate Workers on Itoad'
J of voting strength in large cities: f from swaying the :
i town existed dm Ing the ..KO'a of the i rigorous life that a cattle- -- -- -- J .
1-.,! I>l"intn election, results. Hut the fact remains: that voters ,rolled. .. L.ikeview. southeast of nan must lead, and which forces, 'JUNGLE PRINCESS' Ninety men on the WPA payrolls -

: are voters and the mere fact, I that they choose\ I :Market roads about last
should lie allowed! deprive .Siilcncea and a newspaper( piloted n-ek It on his ianch in Clay County AT RITZ I.awtey
I l 1.\ circumstances, to live !in a city not to Ft lity., it was learned. this week. -Herz
In Chicago: "WflS later de- Kor the encouragement\ of other
; their ballots of :any of their power.. 'IlKADY WILLING: AND: ; ABLK": They were trunsfeireil from the
tented iiml Us site cannot now be farmers Mr: Gieen that his
/fori More laid! more' people' are beginning! to believe I that I the ''''11I01 That once Stnrke, had.ii'Hiiles cattle have paid him says a return of WITH( RUBV KKKLKRHKRKSUNDAYMONDAY: /; roods uhf and near New River U a garden (osluiliollVHOOd win,

old! electoral college has outlived its: UI't''lIllIt'-that! it might ,, ., Its pubic schmil' i located iventy-five percent on his money : ; tv lie i e they had been .ant king llPtiglll-rS *J till ,
since August Andrews is ;.
Rudolph ,.
popular this
sprini' It t
in the site of the trn
have served. good ) in its (lay-. but that day liaspassed. ph'H.'IIt'om.ln'" mcp he I'liictiu.-ed' them Hevetalears "Ready. Willing and Able a !
a purpose riub superintendent! of the piVject mid (icrliudtMiih.iel.[ piiiiil| 'IncaStar
buil.lmsi. nourishing priati I Milelieves in the future made from the .
\ ago( with music
comedy .
I 1. Why should our ,state government\ remodelled! tina \VV Ives is the aieu stjp' *>i vlsnr jiiil amateur gaolI
I H( hool.s one rciniluiU'l I by I 1'1' of cattle mod urges! Bradford story of the slime name that tan

pattern that is )rapidly gllilllout;\ of date?: I '.'" ney. Just nonh' of the :Mi-th.. County fiiniei '..1. own mmelay in ii national weekly miRazmc? last
list chut ill and one by F'rof (U P .- .--- --- will be the featuie
I If the right to vote i i.s to mean all that it was intended! to veil presented as -

1111'1111--11 ballot must count n.< a ballot! whether it is cast" in tit i 'i< tin;\ al.out now a stands h"It', A KnighteSlknre That on'- ( At fonrentionLr. attraction of the Coy Tlifcitreoiin.lny
and .
town or in the l'OUIII.TIlt'. majority "should! rule, and our' he site i.J. the II!.gh School. stood C J. Oi>- alteiifled the G... ila r-
fir it 01 met Iy a mimed' chntc, -h. nuioundeil ; State Medical Convention al are the twinkling
officeholders! should continue to be elected. the
: by highest i I. .ne I Hub Keeler..:: and the fumous
1 by A cemetery Thai itcnii which I'loses today The
number of ei-centtic dancer Lee I l.onThe : .
popularotes.' young
V ) he wiiter of the aitesi.m well that lettingwas held W'dn""rt"y'l
------ ---- upplies st: II kek anal>Ri-s almost hut'winy and todny with 500 toe- stings are by Johnny Meicerml : I WA I
I I :: the that from tots from all over Georgia altl'n.I.1! Richard Whiting, and one especially -
IT MMJIIT; HI: sont <; UAPI-S.: : isrrVK: norirr[ IT xnctly :same us
l li'ilbionn Springs' that Is. nearly Ing. Displuys bv 1 the medical andngeiy "Too Marvelous for
: It can't be sour grapes' : entirely that makes us so glad |! ie some. as dl"tlll..1llt'r.! "' departments" of t mory. Words"< Is already a nationwidehit.

I that we "afl.t.alld. quietly( remained on this side of the Atlantic ;lint about 1HOO the late Ueo ":. University and the University ofeoigMa .

t I Ocean while a gnod-si/ed" portion of the civilixed: world was Pace, 'Ihtough liberal policies) In- were to he seen and five Tuesday for one day only "Jun-
I 'ncrJ ft. H Klnrbee: to nt-irt a nail I.'ture"1'1''' given daily by well- ele Piin>.ess": will be shown with
thrown into a state of nervous hysteria" by the Coroliatiollct'I'-!
t stoics business the nucleus to known doctors from" all over the Dorothy Lamour in the starring/
I emonies in (London. I h. Powell Turpentine propertylit tullnh'! ). Banquets and dinner pilI'UI'S role. The hit song "Moonlight und

t After the climax lords. and ladies, who figuratively I + (ifnot roith of the corporation line. have been enjoyed nightly bythe Shadows" is from this picture.
) .his at once inaugurated the setm.MH attending Follow- :
physicians. On the local screen Wednesday
lilt'nlll.Ifll't') their hair months in advance
g'ellingen'I'Y- '- of 'the cast andJttheast
Un-itoiy nj K the convention Or Gay will go mil Thursday is Mae West in her DECIAREJ
\ thing in readiness'' down to the last crown jewel, must havejfelt I of Staike That the lo Atlinta too spend the week-enjl! latest: C"'II tI"n. "Go West Young

like the good \l.i.i..,cVvie; who ;S.LIKS] all morning: prepar-1' Methodist chinch was at first aame Nlth his fl'I"l1dY.. P. Hauls, of I j :Man' with Warren William undtandolph
building, : on Walnut street I Hampton! fa! I Scott
i ing an excellent meal < nly to see it gobbled up in n few: min- -- ---..---- -
I tiles by her hungry; family. Their muttappreciation! is not I '

enough) p( raps!' to j revent 1 er from wondering if, after all. i \Vhat'Do You Need 74JNqfe; .

it was worth the I trouble.Perhaps !: /

=',t ''' it H 1I"I'I'"arl", for the well-being\ of! the Uriti.sl: !
Ktnpire: that after a king has already been ruling for several" $ (

t 1 months, millions! of dollais mut be -pent in an elaborate cermony In Printed Forms, Office Sup plies, or Social Stationery; ? I TIRES= .i "' s ) !

(' marking\ the :simple' act of placing\ i row n on his head, (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!) ,. rr' : ....
i -
: =
subject \
( ) ; :
I.KTTIMl: : ML'ADS unmrmT.Il'!; :; : A.ND: PADS I I \
xtand for :
1" hours' in croude'd, hot stnets to be awarded at lastby ; I

"t'l.ing1I1l' top of the king's!: carriage go by. Perhaps) : it is- :I For business purposes" and social tisane You find new uses e'et.Jotla for rub \ <;,

It but v\e doubt it. special attention given to work in two or l h"'r stamp* und the time you save will soon

f 1 From wh.-rewesit: i t (admittedly I a long long (1i+IlIIce: from'pI more colors Your letter head should be a pay fur them. Also: best quality inkinjjoadi.
work of art-get from the scratch .
1, the scene) it !seems: as if the Coronation' might be just one of pad variety away :

If t tho.se, things: that :somebody starts and that no one afterward .

t knows how to. nr has; nerve enough to stop
+ Perhaps( : we're wrong, but we doubt it. ENVELOPES I
It 7
Ut Of course you knew we carried typewriter
:t ; Sure you can buy them already stamped) ribbons but what about the adding { ,
En.I1'ECLJ.lST; : OTHER (Jir.VCKSSeveral from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too. and the paper I I 1

I newspapers have recently carried articles! \ warning ibotit as: much personality and individti- rolls upon which you add up to see

t their ,readers: against! fal.'t. specialists: who travelthl'oughllut dity as another striped: suit at the State bow much money you'd have if everyone /

the rural districts and fit unsuspecting farm families 'i, ison: l Farm paid the", bills you send them and you did- 1, /,.
n'l t have to the
pay ones they send you.
hI+ I : up with :spectacles that sire often no more than plain % / '

pieces of glass."

l1 i In many cases these fakers have convinced \people that STATEMENTSSome SECOND: SHEETS 17 EQUIPYOURCAR'f
business houses
I slopped sending
that they are suffering: from a !serious! eye disease such
i as a
'he""*. out during the depression" but the :No use to buy exn: *>nivf rapers when
} cataract or cancer"' and should submit to
operation. The
: 'ime has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn1' (count but t if! you do .

r. "specialistollects : I expect :a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish '.w'a.ermarkedc l

; : three cent stamp.'l' have a very speial bond i in all *izi>..-<"-..r< rear extra lunt. legal j't' w NOWJtidy

t L and the patient is not bc-m filed, and often has: been suffering price" \ '' on statements. l size that you tan never b( 'rrow frorryour "
friends. Also that thin onion skin y
Itt, mi .serious troulle.gll I'nl'i making copies

The fake eye doctors him! the eyes of their victims after I .

the operation and instruct; them not to remove the bantlage i CARDS ". .,,'
for "at least two weeks." Py that tints of course: the socalled For business, political and social uses ODDS AND ENDS 611 Mina to dear our tire eau'We're d
ricer tai.:
.out of f OeoPleiMe :
doctors ate far '. l legal rn Luc
f away.If 1 :.ither i! printed, ( ,
engraved or embossed. Rubber bands gem clips., all Kinds of IefoI i" :rt ""'lIf".ft1l w o ,
1 .
ni.-mbers lamer i tirea; af
of rural II
families, or
any ; eyed
are suffering with I'oo '
styles tu but 'lfa'
i many name, samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can Oll can .d. rbte'eamrartdentthii ,
p i trouble! or any other disease, they "should make a :social trip here for your inspection: and, all prices are save you money on all of these. There i : \ drive eat,recto+. \'Ia fQsi EadS \'

to consult a reliable\ doctor and in no case rely upon the services I 4natle l must he other things that escape, us juai ; :: loin. OWl t

(''t of ulIl"lownJl'r"'On who row, (but you can ask. \
,4i \ !! might stray through! thel yO1i1r II
i i country., MA0
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I ---- -__ r WEDDING: 'INVITATIONS .te1\\vetO..t\S\ .

\ ( A diplomat is: a fellow who soaks: you while you I The fc'der' in white I.I'XI.AXKS: ) Sate"
type the
wonder' or now ? ., aloe1"t,
!j ,' where I the sweat t j is; coming i ; from. I vary co'o-: If'"t economize I on this Hun bum your legal blanks-buy' them GOO", \ 11.1 the 0,1 lirM\o..out.,,, you ,r rJ
from us.Ve have nu
t t everything you'll ot
---tr rem we |h.I"1" a line that looks. like! engrav- need '\'irelt 11r: utKt!" a.a\ritie, (here i .

If fate were.a: practical joker, :she would probably forte i feels like f.lgra'ingbut! doesn't cot! whether lI'nllr you're home. buying Our blanks a cow", will or do mortgagIII The Lifelr veer lde"tarty"'11"a"o1! corrlaorr.r Pa7 a. f ott nice! to errrronr.s
Dorothy l Dix> to live with of UHf ilt' II-t":1\'ing.! : \ "Ira oral.:
i go; some couples she lIt1\'i"t.tI' IhillC! but pay the mortgage: \ eRi'" II"'delafa utd YOUR
4 to get married. i ,ape. CREDIT 'I.

I --) Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James i GOOO HEf ;

l A St. Louis inventor says" that everything possible to be ,

ill I invented has: already! been. That's t'ullny."e don't

l, seeing: anything about\ a gadget for .scratching the. 1,1'-< Bradford County Telegraph I STERN'S GARAGE

toni of your foot without removing 4 sh'! ,>... I, l

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