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 28, 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: UF00027795:02595
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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E. I.. Matthews, Editor and O\\ner.

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County \ "IIII1)IIIn): this '" i d.I 1.KirHuman I > I
.t. li y i i'Mndtel, ; under, tn"
It A <1u-en. d>i I nt' |I..L] tole i ;S\Hli
.1\\" 1 I"III'"MOi \\' '.\ p.pmjei.t log 'in \\'?,,11I<"4divl .

,, ', barter has In a IIlal..menl1'fol'<' I\she I i 01' .MI.I 'IusrI,! li.> ,doiiatiunxi. l fnrmi'18 u'n; .esrnhna. ;; only i imt
State I JIll lie.'. he dei-laled. that. ant i 'I
j, etnry of ,i. in i Iin'-. luiuv and city and indlvi. ulioiil fifty percent of the cottoniirnvige
with h.
,u lies the names lion was In k -,ping fl 1rR a4 a"yf ""tlt i 1 1 iiti/.ens I The. wOII k wa.slone /: hive applied I foi uiuterultno l Ill t
hecauthe ,
II., itusscll II. On..n.BDd glum of economy I 'X f it l in Ii. i't"I..I"lIllh'IIIIIIX'. \ fur. the agent H.II.I. lie 111'1 Ken: t a r

t C. (l:. Melvin. t t-iliHhiiu-nt, of rWI m'l1I'1I111'l1l' t '. a } ions t to .keep. their stork flint, roaming nil othelM. to ruins i fit their |1"1: < 1

''I ii ass of the 01 gu n- tuies would not only be In (Un inlet I ,,,it Inn the city limits ulu'icthev Iminediati'ly ami not, postpone' (' apthcation !-

I III" fit st year. There 1 eat of unemployment\ relief\ but, r j would Impoiiiuled/ lute) than n"l1V.Vdnejidav $
but that the would give substantial impiov.ments 1[
doubt '
1111 The, piojeit' has loin\ ('oniplcletor under any cut 1' p
section of the coun
in every
., lye early approval of
: "' most instances K..ini time with' the "x""l'llo" I Nine tleinoiixtintlons approved
try. He said that -- "lI'lh.'I'e.\ hellMmiilay I
In the uathtust .seiliunf poisoning
nf n lr'II'> :
$:>.!:J.tO;( will l"e sought the buildings' !'! wouici be --- -- ---- --------- -SCENES--- PROVElollowlng OTHERWISEC : lh.' (ti'iirt| \\illi the closing upf iiinl TinMday" in various,,
I constructed for THESE
could be
itesettlemenl l Admlmshe small and thin 'Tuesdayllnrshal A.I. set.lions of the county A total. ut l
of buying a from $10000 to $I iiO.000. In''re- about. half nt ,
pin' pose SINKHOLE I.I AlviiK'y. n.-.hl In- \petled, tit i iliavc I nlni'ty-five faiinrli' t
machinery! unit I site teraing to I he needs of the SecondConguvsional !: thus with oi'iiun attended.Vit.'iN i. 1
mgr I : nn moll\ i lioiilili" with radii' "
,I' I. VV.ill.. and other adulpment I- I I District, he said I ,Hi,, town weie disiovered, / in tw > h II
< "Williston. High Springs, JnuppiI I Near Brooker IIt &n o'l 101.. whi'ie rotten will pi' intt-'l
I I '
'sup'|' in the ijoperatlv I Lake Builer and Stuike" an' nil y g I l.isi' win, 'I'wenty-flve of the lit jI.

(V"umets joining/: will i igiovMng! communities Millunit --.I-l li ij SALARY BILLSFor H I..., pi'sis' wile found, on less thin g gn

ml buildings and In each mat met REAL CURIOSITY t 'iA.1 .. ,. 1
.ginned\ far Ss }'S& .' ii II.* mi these. two places, whil. G

,iliNo reduction j I it will l h. udvimt.iBi'oii'i( for theUovernmcnt 'i. .i. 1 i pit'h1'a| "\" '1110\ I lie ,'nlll"'" ', I'

MI ,nil- to memljeis. tn lon.-itiucl Its inn. County Boards i /lo| ", evci., it will|! lint pft..

1\ <' I'lOlits (root '11\1111\ ,'1 s. At MT.VO' Cross ( '1\1 1..1III.RE\(; : ( :; i E; \ I' I)1)liti) ik, .uty dllll\l'.'... Mr !McClan."

Hi fiiim. nf divi- Grin ('0\'" Springs ant two "i' OLD pii.ursiorrr: : : 1.I'It ".iv. told. nh, I |I..ei Immeillat: pun.

an haw heen paul hire olhi'i places In ,the disti t tithe ( M.t'FiN r{ a, "ra PASS HOUSES 'n.' 'UK .is, tern MI the. ilonti. uction l h\ It ,

postal' I ,lerelpti ale int'rcu'-ing' 'II Itug, ; of ull piinctuied' ) tolls' \) Hit

!Ilina; more liMn and the need for a federal l bull.I\ II 'ii- -' : 1'l 1:" lint" 'I., 'lit't 'li I'q'' | to the /gioiiudThe

'ont." ,11"1\ o\tiliok, I 1 thr 'tlint- 'OMMJSSIONIUSMI.I.: .
t II >n have alieady big! is appai ( poison, ulll lie applied' etaltI'sdneslny
the grin heio If it lien; 1'1 e.II'te.1 l ttuil (the committee lohest to. us,. and go/=* t la'i: ,at '>' u (.i"r SM: PIK: :MONTH! ; \\ hum now through< I I.f'
,, ,
tt.n., \\oull I I give fii\oialile consideration WilY to see other things 1/1/ j' S( 'IIOOI.! KOMtD.: ) $:J.i!: {i: luni.* Ml The iippioved' 1 method :a.ileionimended i. I

.. for sufficient funds to allow otttn: less ctlitlg: then n si in\ hV l the vtl'A, Is ".isf I :''il

at least one sni.i'l Imilding in euihconKteii.sion.il our own luc-k }'arch. Thi. ai!>"ov< ,, w The mil Hll.iuinx o oiuity I'oinmlssumi'l llowsVYIieie. I

( attli- (;ups Inbuilt /( dl"" it'l. where need-. scenes fiken by Hoovitiio1.; :: 111 I'.l.ulfolil
.: ''p| nisi south of ii Studio nt the "sink' \ hole neat I'.look \ lii'ii of any end. all ,iiipinsatiin| < Illarkstrap: 1II"la.H.lnol I'II'f'fIn..1
: both. to bfI ,
<. 1'1:1\ I! : has betn tote -- .- -. -.--- 'cr.. will probtiblv, he untarniliti i< Iai ,ie. >...1\ I Mas p.i.i.ied I by the i :sweet cine xvrup ore I 1
r I these should. '" flint be mittx"! \
? 'mg lelniilt by differ- l'llweled{ many CSiudfutU County residents! Inns) nr' I U-pi"''.sent n lives TiH'Sdiiv' .
Salon .
Meanly ut of two llackhap
ratio gulluns
cl:' i' 'oils Traflic? Is be- although the following ,pui "gi.iph\ ni ,:ht Tblh>I bill lid .ilicady be<'niiin.siii \ a / I '1'

17 1 tioiind the point of Lella's Beauty Pallor has been about the sInk' hole ixcently ap / ,in I tin, :Senile; and\ will !her to fine of sweet symp.' ;.f t

<,IM! will not be able completely" tedecomleil and ptcspms -,' poured( '\ on the editorial page fhe rr rro inn) < lim whi'ii Mil( III'cl) by iover The poison-synip, nnxtuie ghoul 1 1I ,i iI
a most pleasing effect The I then. be made' as follows. : Put on-' ,
r'' i-ual I ionise for at Flotilla Times-Union-: tnt I i 'ur' It

If in"* exact cause! of new modem till nltlll' of red and Bioolter', 'in !5ia.H mi\ \ : r 1 >ritiii ii i iiriM' nn; 1 ,1' now ,paid .< and, Over near: iit"l inln III'.hlllalhn of will : "
mmfoiHlilo vejy '
the !gap Is un- chromilini' is be f.ntml, .on'. >f >n i ''i.I ineotinjs' !: and gel t tin l'I I
,. and beM e'linty. inly whili' xiniing' ( 'C1nllnurto"UI'1I11 ,J JI
eil\ to be a 11" ...Uractl"lIlh i.f nil F'oi.'! '' ."i-iu 'iii] I i : I i.tnd liorti, the. cntn'ti.f
niaUitals! for hr.uitifvlng lit pnses' moat Intertsling;;: til I all |ml.i. un. IH inlM'd" well with I +
cock tiaffic Jl (
and tln,' ,..ffl"Nl1l"aIlU..I.lns nadirs. 01 fieiiks of n.itui." vkxY the wntei" tutu" this mlxtirv: .. (. I
employed ,
of ale > tinlull ttllow'mgn.'u11'rt' /:
new type "Sink II"I.! ti 'i I
difei promptand known a i the w iti i sill, poi' i n pour our galloot \
: l nlw.iys I III IJllllltUI'li 1
hig'.i.va.V;; jMpsbuilt one i.1 i -
Ul Ui sink is no r tin, niixluie,
Is : alirriug vuonuiMlv ,
Privacy\ syrup: '
fi'tirteous' service in'ili iut Hi.'
,' il was "> i :: in [him
raft ,itv.t .s In i-vi 1 !t' ( .lit 111' f
UIISUI'I I in the new booths. that r>ny ii nta null, nnv dningn; ,

1 I.i live\ b< i'n atilt I Thin :-h"I'' eiU 1| 'il UK ATiipliInli'ii, \ u i it '.. 't t iritil: PUIHOII" and H.,.t ill mi' .Hi1' I IIii' I

the cl'l-I t Mm"rx ur' I t" ,ifll, nftuin 1' i", well. iii ,." It n th.", 1
i'> .', "f ( fJmmi.'Jsi'i thai in I'ny, : if lair 1;: '
-- .. In.'i.ins' .i iil l WillI r4k. .rm 1"' :I'll; "to UMe It) l 1

mil Hill Warn- ( 'Ommoi..irJllf'- -; / Meet} 1 !'n< i' ,tl, the .1"1" t an>': t' t tiui..t FISH CONTEST ,\ mop' should lie m i le by Ink I '

1 i imirm&fliona! .is the: s :,0 n> "m 'n ... 1
; : fiilinn; n ANNOUNCED JIg a -ink all. lll! I. u and| niic-hi1:::

UIn;: 'the Ol'i\\ mi' :?- The IJoud I of CountCumiinit- the ski rn.-'h bo.nR foutin. 'I .,oat, usin I'-rl, I long and(I to the
/ last: week In tin .1 loiieiwill' I hold ,I *p"iiiil ira-etine the Gulf neat Headman .1 Bit MiMiF'ttMIIAI'liWAItK, : ( '() ,tch a strip of, 'gunny' auk by '''flI I 't

i 'h. U (>. 'r. C'. unit n the louit, house Monday\ for the, The sink is! about a hundred. vanlanrroys i \ [l.r.PMKsKNTHKLI: : : ::: : : > ui, .ipping'' It mound" tin- end! "f th.stu .-

i -itv' of Kloild.i! for impose!' of acn-ptlng I lemltrs nn( and h.is' nn nliuip'" hop ',1 STKKAM: : SIA'it I I IJ .k. with Mii' ,'k extending over Uu1 I.; r t

:Ono\\ls. fIfty feet down I . L i i iI's
hun"an,1\ of etlrl four inch
over' u i"0' t 'iniie 10 i i '
__ _n -- Around t(. Carlisle ownei." of the ISrad101 : J 1'' r'
to the water in Its button] Tit Lull sack tin with a stain I I J J"I'

i'I the edge! about a doyen feet uhovi atticl.a lie accppledas 1 lli\e found, the: 1..I..f. 'the slough) il llaiilwaie( luis been, disignuted win Slit the. part extendingovel I k 1..

1 ? the wilier I Is a limestone ledge that m.iy the subject w despuu'I' We. mean the 'Sink ai. lot ul lepiesentittlve. fmKlel.J tin slick I
THINK wmil. nn
I [ WHAT DO YOU :I .ne can walk upon if one has the the last the larger Siioatus.the Hole: & .Slieiim' :\1..1 zm..-'" I''". ,'nly- The flint application of potS'tiishould I ft:I

notvc. On one side. of the dink a.I Kxeept: along Bradfoid countyis This 1'1.... Is nn :a ry'*9 on a t nun I .ii'Vi-nth iinnuiil tlHliing content bi. put on the (plants thewct'k Ii I '
over the tnl.uga| ,pliy, ol Nllirly-seven pii/.i-s' ., Hinging' (aunt I ,
Ing of water' trickles 01 high pine" land!, sudd.nly appearng :, pirtcding' the appearance of II i
i i spa bout \ ,, rather fI..tVha.t might pas.itor to $7.1.!\ will be given to lucky [ [
the the 115 ;
over It ,,
Weekly Qu..Uon This, of course depends on limestone an i pours dells". are wet undtiI 1 without any preltmmailea.' i. said list sipiites Plants will" likely

Much comment was heard a crime and !it should be remembered of the sink. A visit to this. places "sylvan and thikvd wltn bilira BndI'"lm't' .4 Hlraost round in shape anti itS fI'h"IIf1'n. %I r. Caihsli, II 1 ami! Pity' ten to twelve leaves on them. ''I

that circumstancestiter interesting. I loot ,. found by the WI iterurtile I Tincontext opened Apt In. mopping' line HhoulO push the
''hot' time ago when Congres had too very I Hint we have no "vl.I litnonM.0111, as 101101.
a bill' cases." more Information )" !tan" ale at follows: I I huge; mouth' 1 black buss I rail tliif>ugh; the top of the plant } I ;,1
before it to prevent lynch- !Keeling that hills' This dearth. of IIOW j jmat..rllli yeuis must be taken bt-ton- o1 ,
rlad i Division! I f'f't
In of tlnMagnolia should be interesting I Olarneler"It1P.\ over two hundred j striking lilt stalk with the mop '
iji and other mob killings. The JAMKS PA TRAY, operator in this subject and itflatus makes (povtH January 1, 1 Ilfll4.! :! Arcurflmg to the 't
Telegriph.iikoil of watersurface i-nd. of the stick Just h<*Iow fie. teinnnal -
the an- the depth
cl.iime favored
designed. to stop so-called : Cafe, to our leader scarce beteciit'iimitance feet; peipendicuMr ( ulrs. ,nil fish. rutered mates be tak.
"outrages to justice" WAS: one that: ti-lynch bill also. "We should I, :, H B. I..igiigien 1 fur 411 a I I'- I which very e-litoiH. don t regard l am a ( tow. stager eighty frrt: with roil i marl and) line. budii., t>on t try to mop on i ,,

would Lute heavily; the tate in have no 1 lynching." he told tin- ,' dole on the stink hale This. interesting iliimlty. I depth of water al.mg south stile) i f.n Mr Carlisle i hI tnthiuii.trli'the I top of the bw). Continue to "p H- j1S
"Regardlessof whose stories havelong feet and) xl'ioif went aide > very on weekly from time flat appllctioii J (t'I' I i
which the occurred.With writer, eighty a
mob violence
rcjKjrter. .
Inquiring have a placewhrri I context and ItrU aura that
that we j
of tint But for all When. first liver lit uuite to about June 12: in i I
I lit- made ti> to readers fifty fwt.
such a fine in existence, It the crime ,tie law been familiar about
w\\ Too many I knows more I II > poetic nuttprinl 1 is la pienty u'v< iul loc.il fisbrifm-n tbuuld late ureas Whrre.. no swamps. arenear.. t''
trial. I In
no ilwtt' lteveil that the ttt. give a man fair Telegr.'iph' probably' 1 together Into one compact I ises. when the final I seines
bunched Is aro'I Where foundcontlnur
thin r ri nf t
would use more caution In jailing i iprlwneni men have been victim of cir I stout the Urix.ki-r curiosity 1 wlii-rf Munyan uughl; ( CunUutieiiBERRIES 0.u :'lie! l'lglll'' { addi-il. Hisityn. that just the oth- messy swamps
I then ..cka T. to about.. .. June 19! .
of'' Very few and I ____ --- ,)1; l'
evidence tlu..rlvlnl\ { peisun h
= '
accused of types cumxtantiel i any I> ,'r' day lie heard" "I..out l u fellow who .
--- Mopping slioiil'J' not start till j
t be
rnn < have' filled to I !
tsar usually remit In mob crime ---- thit
serious DECLINE was! showing a let'n pundrraround \t
the : hour i-li'Vi-u o'clock in the mornContinued 1
viol-nee such an occurred In Bainbrldgf. solved and Justice done when WARNS WANTS town but who hud. evidently \
.. QU+ Tuesday. when the law wm given Its course, h" : STEADILY I not heard. of the, contest, and did 1 < On Pa/, /g*> night) ',.

Andy of Willie Reed young negro 1 pointed out. OF SALESMENro not enter hit catch He urges!: all -- -----
who killed two white "women there, I' LKTSCH. prominent' Bradford Privilege COLD, PACK tli I: ONLY li.iheiineii who take Hn unusually | r. .
nortlieait P.SM"NT: fiHI cr
w' 'iri.gged' :; the streets fOil met jint : (
; ; thiough! County I large' li/iis to tcglntrr iiiime.Jiati'ly | "" tNett
"n., .uini-d. In a ball. (perk while ] town gave his sincere InJorHiment '- PfUCIlASB OK! ; : : |I in the conltst.Slrange. Proclamation :

marl' shun. 1,000 looked on. un anti-lynch law lie SPKAYKUSSeveral : : TO SELL-BONDS _. r
(persona to totill - -- ;
/ .
vulum.topI'I'.1 week. May 31 to June 5. ,
earnesttititeinent' St I'b"rry
.X xuments put forth for the law: us the following into I 'I I f
gave have come werk 'with (;oingaonI. '
a1', Bible says ) repoits bower' levela l tills bus been designated as ( Ielln. .tlCivics
nut officers anti are : "The recentlythat t
hire, judged : kill' I do notbelieve the. county agent otfire IHI.I. only Mt 'ijuait-rr.lies sold tn the' .1 I./ it l i the out shall not : :: I
by to mete at INTUOIMTKS plU.
people Thou been culling HV/K.N:: 1 : Moldto .
Just. law country salesmen have .:old umk., an.1.0 pint-crates 1' in jail Wednesday following. his nr- ii'purtnii-nt of the / ,
to criminals and that sometime in killing by tint 'KTTI.KMENTIIMIEII : :: knownthat
farm homes stating( TO AID 'Ihursdayof K 1t..I.l.h81t Club. Thi rtlore be It (
l cull ourselves 'urlous piek-tip truck store" ; lest by Deputy Sheriff V tins .
nnocrnt persons are involvedin I or war. should We not behave I, the Hovel,'nment Is advocating( the : : FUTCII: LAW list. "week from. both trite and ;| Tli.'sdiy llildley Tuesday.enttri" thiIty government of iI.i i 1. I-
n and .
cures circumstantial eVe civilized for I
by of spraying\ machines ,,lecpipts' tram bothsources Haptlst I Stuke i Ii ,lending its utmost I" '.
Hen, and file of Ihew" purchase U'>lu',1 ofCounty I...I!. tey. Total .1! the Iwti-y
like the tank month the fight agimst\ 1 boll weevils The liradford\ ) County be weiestimated at ('1.."** to f'Kiirtli., locked the risers. and proiarh. I HUpport and cooperation In this : J, .

The question& put to those we met "' \,,. If any talk man, h has<* "should a ue '! The agent; insern that this Is an C IX) ) I .,( to ral.iH: "ht>111 coltiinbu" on 1 movement and. nil cltl/ini. ui<* J .' t '
"u to \ :
week was. "Do you favor an big enough not his faKelioo.1 1 und I that any anthorlved to adjust for the season now thus church piano Authorities ..Irg"l lo ,,1) likewise J., .
ibiolule matuied mterost Tol..lrt'Cl'lpll
r ti t' mouth and brains, .bond and 'II "
his Isi of so'I '
nth law the out ?
lln such as one muscle. ':: person making this statement dispose received and held 1 stand a' 'tJI:! i*>,!'IHJOO. within a hun- ould ".,tnt.. tincliiirc h nut Ksp: **-ial empliaxts' on t h.* i I' : ,e

n a Mil und pu-scnted to con fist a and trader J living In only trying to induce the farmer roufxiiis circuit court In did 1 d. .11.1' ot the "eittimttted KIOHH I had to wult, until the 'macalui'cam. drier tn clean up .ill ('Jtll.'lIc.nt ;" :
s'' would I ;;,',WILLIAMS. :: the clerk '"''f the
shoit continued'' '
while ago that ; lie by nut on his own 'accord When I will\ be made! Tuelnand w.
not on I
''' I Staike, was> the only per- I to buy) his product nf taxes umVi, the teams for, list. Y"/Il >r > )
north i
f ''tes in which lynchings oc- met who was opposed to the "The next time nay .peddler. of any payment intriiiliiced, in the II .,I.eMonday Tennt'Hsen stung beans have also 1 lodgid. in the lotinty J'nl' I here Kiid1 DS'ednesdty. and citl/ens. nr. I .' ;n .

lion believe tells you that the g' veinment of a bill KifdHien. 1 turned. on the w iter f'lucvl III' nut'. 'Oed. | that unless they I .
the : cy coop .
1 "I Uo not dscitptlon volume and pure .J. l..
'? aati-ljnc'h I..w| by. Hi-present-4live 1 d". <'/lined m '
'N'NF.K./ f..met.. living eight; anti-lymh law: ," he Is In I"r.n" that you buy I .145IIT''pped. to aioun.t: eighty c'ents/ ;' his nil and went to sleep while tt' -nit" the city will have tl'I ; y I'
In an 1
noithwest of Statke. an'Yes ,", coi.ntv" agent) IJ'?- laxtw I win runningVh'n, it wins several'nrhe' woik done .und te oAn {
to see t' of charge )
sdl."I\ believe in lynching ..ylhln you This roun' : would\ he allowed i tiampf"" f:/tiLf Tliiii-dny'' ..y', .
I favor an antiaw' hi- lolled, In his sleep I .
the while from theblack gone you buy it I load bon.ts! which were accepted ..i I k t .VJO h'lmprm have been I ilei'p I 'It'.IIh..me f. t:

I have faith in our, separate, and I II'e\ on the south side ._ ell it" par for la <.... under the Flitch shipfl I by trunk with un estini.itpil ind) fell into the water" "thorough It U requested.. that e-pcc.u'l i[ .' d::
to mete jus Jailer Hen:
I've, always out tried proper to be of, the/ Mason-Dixon line" Sell To liefortn School I I taw It In necessary' to convert I lelutn, to gioweis of $1.tI'JUIJ. ly biiptisin;: himself it MS itti-ntion b<* pats. 1 by, store ovnrrs 11 r 1'

fF'OItf JACKSON farmer livIng the bonds Into cash so that th" Pot. d! reii'ipts', trotn beans. so fir' Howe expieitsed I to the sews I in the Mar : .I .< '
CLf thlrtenypjrold"Henn" .
md I hflieve I
our juo.ljI'rOIl ;
between StatUe and 1 Klngi- H.irold Clnly. sentenced tofivi amount hellJri. Ooo may b.. ihstrlbiite hl'< s" ison stand at V',400 00 I hi :"i ""III..III"hm'nt.. n'I I ) : t ,

It are honest Lake nppruved of antl-lynoh negru boy uus K e- I ng the various county H..I| Hlim. nitito''i, ute briji <>,. Huildinr I'onthouxe I !'" itI it-,
Ii/;/K UOVDEN, successful Icy to yearn.. in the '"lorl.1',0;"* A fi-w | Slgni-di. W L r.'ill. .t.I t.
legldition'Ly'nching ought ''nrlal funds. antisquash Lee graham ft, Oninesvill. InI I I
favored Tuesday by n soil 1 .it M I a 'i4f.nper(
west of .Stuike Mariannt I
in !
"Mobs formitory sold Acting' ; Shy. I 1 j.
he stated. if the b'Jn')1Ilrt) dtsnialpr'Ice .. the I I'ike I
end rmithouse over Itj'
be stopped followinghi.t 'Vhen! iln.pl"'J' to the I building a
iti' -l>-nch law. "I 1 believe the whether' thevictim Judge 1':. K. Perryman will ieall.it h U \ .stirkc Fit. I J
always tell fSfiO lie "ct.t)1| boanl, at his summer tet'deaee' at Klngi-" .
cannot \ I to foity
stetting .
should have Its coursehe or being caught; share! uf taeu:5d : I of final te-ity.fiv-; J .
r guilty its
Is innocent i> T I lound fliOO a.< ; L.lk.' \
said "and If It does not from SeaVw',MIX! Railway agent I entji k li.it' "i'el; 'ey I I
,uJ! .
II 'rightful duty, then let the only partly: gUIlty J J. f iflif.n; office 3,1 l.ty. :!'J. it 11:1" fttf

n.1 lynching have Its pi.ice. Wb.tt do you tiling I Ff

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MI-HION' II.\LI.! romnnndeil to come .out of the RISING HIGHLAND ZIM\\ I IVOODL.WXMr Smells r: If"" ..,...I:I r I I M,

wi>rld! thai' !they might etui-i' In to INs s Paul I l.i- U. CorrewpondealMr I MI.. I'a' iIae .orrnfTheiv ........ : *. A. .1. YiirhriMinh. Cor. .'11..1...... 1M tier.., !to
<1)fl. more a thrilling mvsHiigew lilidli.Nctllrn: (< I Ml,.. test' and petite and the pies mils- foreeli.eae" / mitt, '
1 I'tijoyi-d t u by the Mission folks! ill ftt-in.'il life "Come Ye out ,I / and 1.1-0;: B Knoles;: ofnieeti Mr and Mrs. J. VV Griffls were was a pound l party givenit Mr and Mrs H. Altman amid .'11"'" .iiiMiillnw. |III i, ,
nt lIwlw"f'kly meeting Tuesday. of Mr and. Mrs Lonnie !I liviilt I'niirl i.f |I" ,
visiting t the home i
and bi' YO' M-parate. rave Springs were vl.stllns In Starke[ SHturday. daughter und Mr and Mrs Arthur 1I1'.IC.,1. Cnnw, ,
"Out and In" Pent.! 6:3: .
nigh : Air m rind Mrs. II M I CrClf.by,1- In Mann Saturday night. A large: and chll'lreti all of Jack- u heI" ,'II' : .
J. T Man- Saturday/ Kinghorn
neutral spent I,
Then time ground wasshown .. lt.1'I'luv
malt most Inlt'ietitlnK unfuldmgAfter attnovd and all repotted a Y ItPu : / t
I the wilderness where the flea tty after! noon.Mr. Slnrke crowd i i Hun'III.H'"'' visiting their aunt ,IK II"lilalmirr, ,
showing .how Israel was : '. and AIr .1. T Shaw mind' nice, timeL and uncle, :'11'. and Mrs. W. R. '' \\'.\ 1 111"1.1 .I.II.I l.1'I \
I Isr.u'hti'Svamleied' forty : J. ( Cm hills returned! to Keystone
yearsthe .
buniRht nut of Kgyrit: that theymitiht : ,, week in U .tltls.l I: "m'd I i I.'
nndAliss last
enter i in in. (anaiin tin spun-, between the Out and In children of the State Farm MelKhlM Sunrtiy after spending O. Lewis spent I I Kersey;: :Sunday: l ii I. I KI'\V.MI/ IS ,,
pin- lane: Conner of Gum Brnnihpiat .Jacksonville n.1la. / Inesville. Ga. ulli-lfln I, |II| |I. ,
henUIP, love. anil l lunging forh fceveml days with hiM purfnU.Mr Mr. mind! Mrs. Fl.sher. Gaskins mind! rd. ; I ,
miMi'il Und tin lender! tln-n ,minded "- afternoon) with Mr It-lends and relatives..Mr. MH-i'liil' 1l tint" IRI
I, nuK: of the \\olld I .pleasures. of Sunday : and Mrs J, VV Oriffls.Mr ; witra ,, son were visiting fili-nds and. rel- iU.'li-e. lull I 1 In, i III
his he.it' 1 t- that the ('1mm stLtn is 1 ,m,1,1 :Airs VV C. ConnerC and Mrs H.u. lie Vainea were I I futlfiIIIK' llfni"i "nlirailfuril I.
:e wntldi In other words the Htlves in this nevtirin Sunday.
II C ,
Wlmh'rly. .
af- ?n mil. i
Shelter IIn.1In J. B. In this section Sunday
'''o, h RIII' '!lie, and unions of Kgrypt": and C. :'1. Grllfia 1: attpmleildunrh coating; 1' A..I. Yaibrouxh tuna a business I l.nl KlKlH (IM' ,
Ptioe of Jacksonville: were visitingMr temnoon.! i|I'I (71 of lie"1'! ",ap,
I an: .1, great clanger and l might drawback Ht Alaxvfllc Sunday. visitor in S.indeison. Sunday. nd'|1'1.,1| dud ,
j/. NEJUIVN1y44 Nr' into the world anJ destroythe and :lira R.l.. Crosby ,re- Ana. K Hmvunl of Fairbanks] liulilii ri" nut-(I'.1.II
/ i-en 1 II 1 v Ci:, Thornton of Lr I,.tut. < ..i. Is and Mia Calvin Ilafeia Welt visitIng I I i The people C'f this section are I 'mint.. "Klfinili. 1,,
nf the all who
'f Zy Z. I III hope foixake all 1'1'011I11 and follow to Ilirn :\Ir4! H M Lewis und daughter, spending a few weeks with his" 1 :'11'. and Mts. K. B. Thomas. this 'glut 1 to report that Mrs: (C. 1. Miljllanl I II .Amid. IIHK.Him' I.1 I -.1 t II h h.. i I,

; :Mm. W C. Conner Airs. J. W.I!I other nnd sister-w-llw., Mr. and week-end.. has teeovi-red otter a long ill-1 ,.I'. .111'''' 1'1:7' :: win I, ,, k
A dependable. prescription for Cot.!, tin ,is> able t to give 01 to withhold Draggers" and Miss. Itine Lewis Mts.1 tS.: Thol'n ton I :!: necs II j I ..r HII l I.-. III .irohtHllllMI. ..'

Chills, Fever, Malaria' .and I Iniui! 'n-i: tits wlft li>okmm il hack and lost spent Monday at Ralford' with Mrs. Miss. Oleeta Green of Staike re- Mis. Dome Brooks nnd son I|;I Mrs left VVilllums and.l children !I, I li'utllonl" ,ll.llll I/ ('...UI1 III, \I III.. Ilanil I-t, t.
t At drug stores'' :25c! or semi stampto: l Clyde, ,of Miami aic spending sometime for, hiili-. ,.11 ,,1anil
nn lm 'r reminded that A. J. Finley. | tinned Itom".In..sc1a titter of Gainesville were vlfltlng :
) .
....lherD Dru Ca.Jacksonvillc'.ria. then here with her "sister.< Mis./ 'Irs'j Intt'ipM 1 .i'. III,
-- I i Mrs J O vSnoilmun! and chll- J spending several days with her Mann. I.on'l, \V. R. Kersey Thuisdiy, night. \S'ATM"!s unit. win. M
I thiswee piundmother, Mrs H. C. \\'Imber.I me ; ..-- W.AItllX. I In I II.) '-mi{/
| lien nf Archer are spending I unit, |beet ,liiilit-i, f fiiiiit -
':-.1'\1.1. I 4 with Mrs J, W. Driggers.Sles ;, I iy. hiss' Dolls Cosil U visiting her I' IJOl'SEJ"S Jth'ACH' \i pmis' *n hi id .p.i P Pt
u t: TU" Hint In Gainesville oui't i nxiH anil t < ALL YOU NEED IS Bill Newman of Pine Level :'11'9. H. C' VVimbcily Miss. Ethel; 'I 31i.A R.ttle l Crawford ('or. I II I t. Ii 1 1;ANAH
JI I pent/ Saturday night with Air and Ricks and C. M. Orilfla spent' Sunday P. \\". Lewis and G.Jwarclli I Sliefliil I \l1t|,

TFLF.: :.'.. -: Mrs! Paul Und"'hili.11' < afternoon' with Mrs. Nelson ut tcksonville/ spent the last part :Mr. and 1I's.1: L. Thompson i Sollillor.IllltV ,A lot II" I'l.ili Ml'IM'H: ,i'

A TELEPHONE OMIPS1'NI'11hP: ,, : and Alls. C. M Klwurds: of I Gii'cn at St'ilke. ,f this weekend here wllh Mr./ and. family, and Mr. and. Mrs \\'. 5-) 1-II.d-: t

f : ; I :\fr mind Mis. Albeit Nurm.in unclchildien Le via' pan'nlll.1' and :'1111. J. \V II. Green ant baby spent' Sunday 51111 If
H< that puttetli his hand< -- -- i, :os and tunirlh back Is not fit for. 'i :; were conducted Sunday and family of Waterunk wet I Ion.lIhl'l.t | u Ii i* I In lifl,,*br. 1(1' .
ii\f I i.Mil dot .r i
thi- K.ngdnm" i IR.: Thor nto,'. .1.. T Griffls find at Kork Chuich hy the pastor, Ucv.Wni \\' Crawford: and. llohettl the. t '"""1)' .111.1,Is. i '

I FUNERAL DIRECTOR T'H'm CJible memory' work 1 Is> nn Idellc Nettles. uoreliiting' : in :Moody of LaCiosse.Mr I Crawford were visitors to Jllck'i Hfll.I IV .for I the" 1"1--1.iulP.-, l ,',

Mv M ill.* I airs Kx; .p.., li'in-i M.tues II P''>-...lble for Mtn IGnrb"; Ir ,n -landing. feature. alnmst all tak- lucksotivillo. Sat um iuy.tli and Mrs.: J \\'. Purvis! and II sinvllle last Thur il.iy |I IM. -,"I. All,... i'l",,
tad 13. L. I"I'i-ivltt '' uml Iou:, i 'Ie.I -
'. and Mrs! Lonnlt1 Prescott, Johnnie, flpi-nt' las.t Sund.iy utStaike ? Thompson
"I'H I"'Y"I l'ICimr1ii'.l, -0-KTKOrs| : ..KKIf: IL I'BIt" and 1.1 I- 'to "mid i I
'()Ut\:' TE TKICKS: Th.H.. :iiy'! loom was unusu- md Mr and :Mrs. :Melvin Prescott? with :Mis Lewi1 sister l < were business visuals to Jacksonvillo 'h\' Hi.nil,, ,.,nt' .,

DeWITT C. JONES MI\, .. i ',:.,'.. with its ariange-' tent shrijipintr!\" Lnutey I'I00UI..1day | :Mis :Mailoiy Thomas, i I :Monday. nullI lion'" I'I M...\l h.\ till i liI' ,1

....., Florida ni'n': Clow IMS minxof which Mr, and Mm .K: Prescott and j json. Miss Hi-sflie Piencott !'etul nc.1 MIH. Wllbett Crawford, <<1 baby "II II11 !Illlu" ,
\\k' Frederick utu-ndnl 1 church at i list !'; niter seveial spent' the weekend In Jacksonville' I 1
: Sunday spending'
J : \iX''re I I'' nati'H! this by ft lends ] :, Jl I. II u l I''
___ ___ ___ .U.ixville Friday night. I weeks in the south with tier sister I with hoi sister' Miss Mitllc rilvlttMr -----

Misses Vii gle Irifl'is; I (und! I. Ie lie" and brothel and Mis., Phillip :Sulli\im.; ''

1 YOU NEEDN'T BE AN EXPERT TO Mettles were shopping in Stroke I --- -- .- --: Mr I and Mrs. Fisher! tJ.t: klns and '

Saturday, SlfYSHOOK FAKMMr bll by. Mr und Mrs J. M Gashin.s. ,

Mr and Mis K: Prescott and all of Jacksonville spent the Weekend -
'' u. K.: ( 'r.h.! C'lirri'SpmioVnt.
-l Make Old Furniture u"ins. Ronieu' und Fn'Jerkk.'I'e / here with their mother, Mrs. |I.Ien NfW

hopping in Staiki SatutLl.iy.: Air. anti Airs. Onl'is Knnwles> of CiHskin.t. I:

Good as New With My Easy- Mr. and Mrs. I K: S Thotnton and Irfen ('ovepl'lng... were visiting Mr and :'[1'8. C 1 K.< Ciuufuid iind! '

: I childien and Olll>e.. t Thol nton weie'shipping Miss Nona Btown lust. week. son Junior, Miss Effie Crawford ,

!\" iti l.ir.\iey SntunLty. ]Nir, and AIr.s .f lack Ward and and Kohcrt Crawford. attended the

; Flowing>> Zan-Z-Lac Enamel ."'. is.' Klleiy: tit" ..\',." Is the guest children and Airs. \\-. C. Ward leluineil lance at Clifford Rhoden's near ,

}j nf her tint Sarah/ Cannon in lo their home Mundriy. after' Waldo Saturday night.: COLORFUL
I\ NO M %TTFR how little you I mike my in-Z-Lac in bright, Jacksonville I etulips! ; the week-end in Geoigli.; Miss Kffle: Cr.iwforJ spent Sun-
called\ because. of I !fly with Miss Alma Johns ofVVi .
wh"I'ethf'Y were
know .h....' painting, you can do sparkling color I use only the .
-'-.- Crosby Lake. spent( Sunday withVis. 'h death of Mis. Waid's sister nc'.lawn m-i< 'tlon.Vfr .
a real job! -, ieh my 7tn-7.-l.tc finest material and build il lo last I and :.Ir.... J. Roy Quinn and '
i KiluanIi parents. Mr( und I Air and. ..lm a. nil ,fol',1, Dio'.vn und COMPLETE!

\ Quick Drying L'nAnivl. Thjc'v heand to retiiin itt gloll. Mrs: Walter Underhill, 1 son, Junior, and Mis ttaymond sen Al ie. spent Sunday in Raid-

C'uie I nuke it for evcry-day folk There are countless things Mr and Mrs 1 It :'1. Ciosby and Town! of Plant City were visiting win vutli: her hiuthc and! :slater" l.il.iu -

lo use. around the house you can easily fr.mlly and :Miss lime Lewis spent I Mrs H Btown and, :'11'. and Mis. :.II. and M...... Owen Maycll.Vis ; E. "

Sunday with :Mi. and :'11'''. Kddieulluiin .*. I K 'Kelly Sunday HfteinonnI Sallie:' : UlailiweMn! of this uet''n
t Aru\h.i' in ilirouion make bright and new again with I fertion is spendini some time with ,
my uf Thfipi8iMl I O .K. Crosby and I Alls 1 I Hr'f

7an-/-L4C won't show brush or my 7.an-ZLac "Enamel Paint. Get '. and :Mrs VV'ltoi' Underhill, Mai ens Conner were visiting Mr. her daughter; ant
Z Up niirkf. It dries to touch in Aominute a free color card l from, my authoriteil pent Siimlay nltcinoun with Mimd md Alls I, J L. Johns at New River :and Mrs Jack Dawn in the lvel'I : -

'' dealer Mis. C>. K McKae! of WnldoDRINK .;:utility I green section.nK. TALLAHASSEE BUREAU)
i ; .n,1 I it i hard) in four to five today and take advantage _. _
RNtsu -- -- -
t- -
t uf the he is -- ----- All' and Alts. Balsel I AlcKae and' Comprises three tf reporters -
ml sees hours with a lovely mirror-like, special price
,, I 'hiliMen: "i.f. Pine Level attended LI; VEL ; with year' '' c >al).

I, j t % k r finiili. It will not soften or lift old offerinlC this week I ,church at Corinth Sunday and. were MrII.' 31 :\I. l.ic, ( .i"rrr..i>..mleiitVe edge ot political >'rant; ,

ZNAMLL tle painted enameled or lacqueredfiniohet A a !linnet guests of All. and Mts. L. both State and met, 1
c\\ \ me thankful for the much
C \ ,
st> you can paint right over /(fJIa.v'LV' Crosby. Inp..d..01 Their prolific .I j.. fiou' '
'he RJV. and Mrs. lain Monday.
J. R. Newton
the old itirfjc: ; and it it eii. /Ily PresiJtnt We know are an accepted 11I.i .- :rur
to that Mrs
0 ate glad
1.1 N f Green Cove Springs! were din-
II I put L good for new wood mild THE H. B. DAVIS CO. readers Interest-cJ n chore
u&K or ATI.L'N'll ler. guests of Mis. A. S. Crosby r M Phillips/ is able to return to

Baltimore, MJ. I nd, family: here Sunday. her home after spending' several' affairs.
H 7I : KK('ESSAFTEK days in a hospital in Gainesville .
,_ Air and Mrs. Lois Newmans nail'

SCHOOL family have moved to Heilbionn Miss .luanlta Clarke returned to TWO SPECIAL WIRES

lradtord} Hardware ComDanv 'pm ings to mike their home. Weil her home at Hellbronn Spiings'
Direct to the Times Onion
M vI!! miss them In our community Sunday:' after spending, << a few days

STAKKE FLOKIDAHIGHLIGHTS STAHKE COCACOLAItOTTLING i ut Wisih them Much happiness! In here with Mr. and! Mr.s. "1. Fender.rls editorial rooms com the

CO. helm now home C C Crosby t>.t Rising sec happpnlnnfs of the amiable'

Ii! .!--Jz I I G1: Bennett Is spending; awhile.. tionvas! visiting Mrs. Britton AI- as heard, from the ro'inni
.s1y --- --- :!ith his diushtor an I >son-in-law val cz Monday, afternoon. and Roor: of the LU-

'?ay Sufferers Expect Relief fi n.J I M 1'11. Mac Henderson, of Mis F:. J. Lewis Mr. ( Jasper :if. II. Lewis Miss ,Edna' Lewis and
rr:'TltOtH JA : ;iom HIGH BLOOD Mrs.l l'
.6/ENIV YNrII@AI4Nti1 ; Mr. and. Mis. J. R Kelly and Mis. H. M. Mdla visited | ON ALL BILLS
.. .. ,,,,. ,
Maggie Wamwlight Gill Hospital
by w.e'I"it mg" her !pmcnts, :'11'. ut -
?KI f PRESSURE ? in'' .\r.s, A Uilgg-eta, In LakeJut' Sunday uftem. noun. Duly: ai tli'v andtired n-

t 11 & Y y@.. many juinVrer* may Sunday V.r:. and Alms Iohel.trul'ne.: .' anti before the',
tea @",..'t relief from llmh' nil lien of Htlle-!I..-. mini Mis In
O of St
} aloud I Prenriiir. and) the Mi and A F :Nurmin: Jrin.I .. our a e govorniUi"y
DAG.eAM8VSJ.IVElt attending. ay m piumi of i"laid-.1, : t \ m,lerbilt attended 1 .livuezn't, childrtn. of Vamler1 .( are fliflicJ b'' il
hi' hendarho and dizain, .
1 M4It '" ,
PoS/rlON they will continue' to chiitch nt Cum inth :Sunday and sN'lIono1'e \Ii.tlllif: :Mr. and v ire d.I ret to the 'I-
OF SaF TItGOCAl7ON fait Finance of Garlta: MfII. M. :
t I MOVNrFDNOAMS p. TNE TIAG/C k Parsley Tablet according et lim. yu .it. 01 n''I p.o..t t tTi .. 'kP"'letmdIY after- Vnlnn! thl'! Itf r 111
li y m I on
to dinf tion' un thepackage. and Mms.W T Crosby. be I:'lJt fully infoin
+- Who 'h''.? Annul,
; a.y. AUK.IO teas Via.ting his
=SrYf/1C5 (YS 11si1C
; { tCir I YGfL.a < -. i A i-known| phyiiclnrai I
\ 4. + 'fo 'fo NEAR < nema on r..|tutnt) who used! the tablets -- '"I'th".ln-law and sister, Mr. uti.l
1 ; + .- + o 8/.sNG uurNtfulIy in many ..... of high blood ,.s T. N. Not: man In Gum Umnrh.(
-+ .
.c l>riiiir ALIIM1N Emenra of Garlic Pan ,
+ 4 + rlP .or t } ; FLOR/OA-- tey: Tablet make It pomiibta' to get :inch I cttion Sunday aHe/'n.. on. ,
.... r relief quickly and l"np.ool..I* Th... Ub. ,
I u( Ida are tautcrlfMii, udurlna and absolutely Mr and< x OCtinCN aS NEPE TNENOANS free from harmful. drugs of rt.v
F.. Of 1a 4 every kind. Soil utimlay ntteinoon with Mr. and
RETQfArrc.vNG- by a'd drnifiti.tii everywhere. I.artf box,, RR MI
f MNlN ATTACADYd. FA'f0QO THE BATrl6f b l :JOc. Snpvr.iisu boa,, only' il oo.J .Mis. O. J. Jdckson uf Sampson!
K For hale ('.'0'" roemar. /.
Itvml 2,1GW .... :
f uEAO Ofd < Iheu .. OilyMr #
hi* E, I MAIN CAUMN QASu :'; 1 I iL1.'ti DI:1'i: :+1.4IHt: I I"t Ylea r ali........ end :Mrs. I''". ponder and sun
K In+unrnve.r. lart 9,> IIIr..lmh..roo. :lily, nnd Mr.:" and :Mia. Austin RA"Q

(d i' 4 .. }oufo ,-,'n..I': weie. visiting; Mr. end Mrs'

y' 1h/ffJ/ SMA fl. ,In.se.. rhpft rvIluralnry L. Fatten at Tlieies Sun lay

fPaurr + MAgfTT / '$ OONO 1ff./b'RC OVEQor Lr"1 Ya sir Lereeer, f let,'neon.Misfs .

T tegszees cv /00 TQA/NrO \'elll.'p and liene Lewis

.I F/Ae TREES ro it T SOLDEFSYEQ6 .rt"1! Edna: Lewis and :Miss' Doto-
1+ u cu ANC ?' .
';i t" T .'_ T4fuff0 AT I OPlN V/ & OUT BY TC ... .. ; \. flea Crosl'V dil!! of Rlainjj! / \vcic n-
.' ..; -1.1 gar ts ol Mia, Vesta McRne
sus ssc ,v nf
) I ( Mv fs r; wua /yfy /ti0/Q.DEC..2.9" '.- e 'i. __ .____
I, : Arrai : /9 t r t -- -- e- tCdlet'
1 4. ariwa 7JL /f 3I $ I. a,+ NI: i: Q e B iG x+'/
AHINESE \ ;;:.....1, .. 'h .'.. ..... G17i1 JU.ISC/J
-.1 t. !:.j '#." '" :\11.... 1'IIIII"th: + llnni-. l ur I
I jo; .,,' r, .,::1 / '
ri1 a' ,r esp. r ''' ,--1. "11"1' r 1. I,
i (f},.. ii- '" ...",1" .,. f..J I MiM'l 1 3''i-, A p C''' l'In'1 an '! ri''t1'1i n '1'3)
\ t ti at !' :"i' a.' i 111'! i. T. :.'. :'Not
\,'jF'jtyil'\ Tifj)1T) 117 I. I '
i iml I'uiirlite-i.\ : 1'0 I ''thyper.:
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k .. .. fit; i'in- lit ;' Uh'Tl: \.ilh I :.A('. md
: h14.> .::.J
'' I K M I ..lolirsI.
J .a Get: 111.10'. bail : WIRESOver
FLORIDACARNEll I rl.U a "'" .-.n'.+ I. I ..i J t> STpp! is fipendns: ii t'is I .<.
; '. : in J"elct! nvlllo with !hei thi .-e com I
.. .. '. ... ', ,.wv'I' I II >
\ / "M.ENJOy I "Hi; wwrur '" .. I'ititr.' rirs Li iiise Ifnm'iiU' stories of three AP rI
SUMV1ET COMFORT .. a ih I .r ? kiL ?. I / .1' .
.. '''J 1 am'' | a ho Wicklontj. 1-
.od. Rr.p/O9f hole' in the hue ol doe.. nt graphically
I t "<< f"" !rYt" town 1.' .0ft'.1I.. E,.ry roam wlh' tub t-i I .. '1, I..w \ f'lr.a Conner spent time .
f'.awcr. mil w"<.', ccilm. ] l I.., tide. lljttfjjmjn I I. i. -I I- Y.I "Y.'O'"J I 1 ,1!k ,,nl I with hni' tn. .t daor E..., Bed "lure .
wuh.nnow1 i if fo 'fr iti..rt ur'
M t'/ HKttftu. end ...dn. Ump Rinsing icl' r '01 '?"' 'boa ....lor 01 ,me kidney ml-I tea., Mr ..tn'1I 1 11'''. J. !1'. sh'i\\
..'o. on swap Moor. cr hln.hi..r| ilmiui, ,,....-*. I 'i the State Furry..J DIRECTWIRES UNITED PRESS
t I \u<< nmv miner
a Fr a 1'Y ?NF COCKTAIL'AH LOUNGE CONDITIONED p.........1 huderh..ttark nnr7H'' .t.f ho'kaeh.diaxm, ..... .1 I .; tarp un I M,'. and Mis Ke-j:
SHQ" saran! up nlcb..
.welb.g. puillnuM lix! ;
S'pp Ellen
DINING[ arid Sapppent
AND MtEFING ROOMS uii'ier the ./..-fml wok norvoiu, ill I
I R.,....$..,1. wllh PiivaK Bald played out. Sunday In Jackson-.llle Mutiny tel i I Coverage of the pro '"""*'
(Roans 1J In oiirh. ru.o It tt lo bottor to rdy. un a
00 80 Room SI 50 fnodirfn, lives U assigned: to two UP lltD
h. vMG'
I B.RNSO TUA'G v vi [I]Room. I) OO.. 14 Rood SI.30 .eda'!! ''n '"." on .nmetbinl won".country-will 1 tool (Ivor. ; and Mi-a Felix;! Sp| m.i: I le n whose writings are poi>u!***
s' Say[. Imo .* Pd.... Ink 14 QOSllftt ably knovn. V.. boo' "10. A _11I01. I
O/GANJ HUSKS A.Qri e' tudo usne! trip to Lake rut 1"llon..
1 COMES TO F.tOOAt' IMfVfM fa .bl. 0 C PM1CV of !ratoful peon! r.eumm.ed / ly known.
LlrEON rr ,
MgAyN6 AR Vo9t. A coup MMfAoorfDoANs uxteinoun
fQOM C/NA. iy
L /** KNOWN WANEQET Orin I a "OUND H. .",
ro AU. Ajgnsrs HAS BEEN CV 7/VA'LiO MOtH Paths "'" "OIlL 0"010 -
AS nwwrw 1._ ........
/ INK'pi / .-.. '-.-" -" -- 1 Abut |I""A'I separate ni'i.scli' IN
1 ornpoihn[ elephant's. trunk

i i For the first tune in the history of our army, lui-fl ono of the .best "dryinit" oils known to mankind -

I Imojt" un entire (-011I"1.111.1| of ruined. 1 soMierj was ( and become/ of uncertain conditions in China,

I unbushcd. and i-it.Tniii.it-d by the Indiana in what where' the oil Is often adulterated American I I 3I1ori .tt.irimeslniott

eels known :&j the [U\HK.: MASSACKK:, near lu.-li-! source of supply is almost essential. Ki-cuuso of

t all, Flori
"iIf 1 .f IUd privates and commtaHionod olTioera and van [acreajrc'aiv' : now being! cultivated. in Florida.

.Ifu'i-rs' that had, left Fort Hrootce 1'1'ampai| ) for In Ch,na the oil has many: uses. The Chinese junkman I

t Kurt king\ (Ocalu,"), only three capoci. One I I
s win uses the cruder grades on his boat instead. of

< 'private named Daniel! 1-'. Clark who on filially ":fl/it., Th. ol; i.s used extensively as a nutura)

reaching Tamp.i badly wounded! and barely alfeftir varnish: for houses furniture and other woodwork,

Ltl I-I untold( hardships, reported the dreadful' af- It la /also used as a waterproofing material for ma. DilLlPAOZ "

I' fair. It wad one of the most I bloody, m.Hs.K-n-s, in mimicry cloth shoes clothing: and paper The read ]
history the American
army due after the oil, .
is extracted!, is useil. as .a fern
From the "seed! of the TUNG
t l: OH. tree IM rro- li'i'r :and, in the mtnufacture of lamp black I invJta

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tu": nR.UFORP rotST1':: TEIJrGRAPH: STARKE. FI.oHln\ -- .-- -- -
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llntt : --
-- ,' 'm"k.n. sold\ ) Hose sultly. ""Well lOA fm o*
I IAtnerltun f made a contemptuous (
sweud Rose 'But jou're getting! joint command of a Kunih and hud. to sit., and think and! mrantime
emotionsIf I ...? pushed 1 lit i back in the chair I'm concerned, :von ate, ,ilead! ,mdMitten '
of his
CO EN'p. t focttei' now." j.enriil The hand play-I| show nothing
+ She turned on hoi heel
"I don't want to get well' broke oil a gay martial ail. It was theday it had bt'i-n anyone else priilictlgaily as she said : (I'.

.>"ut Jimmy again fop, the awaid, of militaiy deci i i theie across, the table, he "1 don't like your kind.l of fun' ,\' and left.

nl'atians. | would have risen and knocked, him "rhi-ie'N a woin.in foi >ou''! oxcl Fted' spun about quickly took n .r t 'I 11(
Sa\e, hulling: arrows the cnuittilled limed Fred 1 in mot'k IndignationKis8 He! I
"isiljeHnl I Jumes Davis, a t'n111pagttie down. Hut it wa-n't. It'IIR Jimmy tcp after her then paunctl
out Hone's name In herhand B I'.atalllon li-ols cent die| ," '1 her a couple ut tinus, and'Fled saw two round-cyt'd, faces of theFtench !

was a paper, u printed, sheetthat what's he I matter VMthoil" I the cafe window 1 1"Set
etOM Vol's. "You tt'italnly ain't lost no tills! in
., droned out theoidtlly
i. .
I se'NA1SEY \ everyone: had Waiting' Jimmy stepped forward lie was time: he I leniatkid.! wilh! a suit oftvtv >" Hose inter Ul'lt..1.'haI'K up the drinks!" he cllllel.Itllt. (
wilh\ bated breath It was the listhe :
1 need help
happened ytnn stepped! Inside
but a little nervous humor
mightily! pleased I
KAINESllbat I official lint from headquarters
In Impeccable French the "You know how it is In wartime 'Ilieieit something teitibly. lmputt'ant S
of the olficeis' and men who tu think out '
I j.n"I'all'omm..nd,1 him for his ex- Kied." for us The months' raced flash There
last '
hud rt'tin ned liom that
fl'I'O'1 eliemy, utron- I I'm finding out" replied "Will you either sit clown in1 gu', y
I cious combat at the ft ont. pleat In capturing an "Anyways came a day in November when eveiy
purling words' 'You'll probablybe Fred It hard 'to rotueiil' home <','II'd Fred tudelyHose .,
F'Nr: hold smgle-handed under fur entbliiig was silenced on the West-
II.I"IM'II.-d I was
II.N" I Silently Rose, reached out and refused, tu be insulted Af- 1 1It. I gun;
the : h'dlnbut
Il15tls. twn..lth. homing gunK : his i-omiiule. to reach theiroblerhve the bitteiness of his ; urn L'ont, when whistles blew. rind
.1111"?' I recrult How ironical' The words. beat In I snat<'hed I It away Her eyes devoui- Jimmy hail not noticed it .I' a moment's i pause she si'i/ed' I
bells. in partof
II u n K rang Jubilantly every
yl4hstnug, y her ems keeping time with the l',1"y name. Th..r.1'1" many The Clout de Gueiie. with I'almesSHU "Hose and! I n.fOl'got you foin him hIhe: hail and dragged linn the civih/ed wot Id).

mill(11'"l'"o. hoarse found of reverberations she iecogm/ed: but the one that pinned on him Jimmy extended minute" said Jimmy, teaching wildly protesting, actons, the rest- :
had be them was missing' Within : until hud lent I lied 'i The war seemed a vague,; mem, ,
from the fiont. Everyone In the 10 his. hand but the general UISH- .'orward' to giaps the 0Ih"I"8llst.. au' lint.Ou'' they
...h.-.., *! he wipe she controlled dense i> A nightmare to some who
sno h"I'ole'furt\ any the sidewalk did I she iy
ill. few v.ho1' still the
looked down al
ytnprup room, save a tully ignoieU It, and impailed an He ,paused' and' .
......'hine-Itr i 111 hospitals with. sh.tltcii'd
but the lay
("riii'i" he la l. nurni asleep, was lisUnujgr, Dome with show of feeling. paperIropped energetic kiss on eiuh cheek Then \ medals on his coat ".H..llld.1"11 him. '

;( ,, tht, minded.(.rusts .Ity'. I- 1)h ..'- tense, twisted I faces. some with affected I front her. limp hands .to the \ the American general stepped I forward with these I I know Hose neverwould "This is about ait gixid u time as I limbs cr, like permanent Jimmy, shellshockOthers hud been l

0" nurse who 1 Indlf fei'encet". ,;rlllln dtraellte. und tlansfotrncd mentally
tI i, ,. day In the "It's the offensive,' whispered "Hosehiltn the lllnUll ? riill- rite unli Hi wasei the honors n t been li>mg to be like 'Oll," the fact that >ou ('un't0:1'/: \ WIlY, caught up of
ii .
hours I concept "*
Mh"l getting new
dIINn.. soldier I'IIJlmmyKlalth'I.l ', all to( like that;
'II'I'e011" on
:Meantime one hal bi'in done "So :\' : e gone with talking me .
i h..rr.,.,. ',,- hospital..I. h rcl-lMill-' .limmj's. : eyes opened and he In anothet moment she had musteied Lain in the il.iy. .limmy was lit.,.. ale you> kid. '" Fled' was stumbling said "If I .\t'r !tind you In tlieie. life and' of the )potency "f ph .ltlclIl'loll'n"l' tt1
> "
tlHa 1ed .
Jin'l'111ar falls l" 10'" reached out to grasp Ruse's hand the neoessiiy' will-power to I Htlolling about the !town. sill ;ound-l along awkwaidlv'How : again, \ 111(41 i itul

I ml t' II'K "Dully love ho said in ji+ speak when Flftls' head: was tinned away I I Fled" bad gone. hock to circus
she lr..o.IIOt'II l to you. ,; id by admt..n1:1'11111'8.. /( am I going to mike youundeistanil '
K'1:'"" "Ktfd) 1 tlidn'l. come out of the k Heiiclimg mid-\\ ent corn
hf iiinn-hfH for pleading: ('hil .hk. voice "You love pliotogupher dashed/ 1 the way I Veil ?" \ Hose Mated at him in pu//led /
him' ut ahead of his emnlvnl, 'u
ttill me too don't you ? lints: she 8mlKied' up' "1 guess every guy's thnt way .il.uni nitiiuty a day
'Ill' ") ,:" cried' Jimmy clutching .. all lie was I the m.mi\ sqiiHre
I Ihf Hose was not listening 'I'..ftiiie, .MonMeui," an nititutlly when he finds the real thing!':; I I Fifd.. ,\hlll'H this bin 'act tioHHing

;\ KOI'K'i "Say it: he continued "Say It ut his.. thioat "I never thought nasal, VOK.B. "l\e,1. IVettue fur Yc-s.. only you can find IL .and ;I .iboiit, I .." she demanded, I when ,i set, lint of shots rang out r

\l'IMl I to me 'I 1 love you.' Just.. tell me I they d! get FI' lI. He was like the /e I'mls Daily Hugle and Cla. ollo." lose' it ronltln; t ever look nt any '! "I I l.appetifd 1 I.. run into ..InnniNht '," Something in.immatc. wilh name t I II''IIM

i thoughts followFied's that much Please, !lose." wult'
w her head, earnHtrained left m the woild, thit'll loul- I Know'. .itiil, that whit we M I stiiindetl! I'olitemtn tail for ''JI;
.1! night tack I Without turning with pleasine. "I di.nt wMiit ally 1 louldiit lau \h and let it :
g ,in-swept fields got i to eat,h evety Round I hem< ly alive publicity" go nod move on to someone iKcily got I in I settle( now( \\ hal1" at' "going waul' tn hold the crated In check l lI

i F.OMtiled I to him I Hose. desperately laying t I to hiildiicisdf : t till him !butt w.11 bienk It to I AH he u ii Iked along )Fled al) i
pital. Siixe ran up outside, pacify nil. but Monsii'ui': : came back w hole lite. would just be oxerI I'"' I
"I buck still refused to shoo I ., ulll ill must, bumped' into Jimmy, ci'Dung/:: i
I by lepeiitlng I the desired phrase: the other "H.inds, a"'OK' /.e wen. I wouldn't want to go on with ItFicils him Sin w is eonst.ioiii' j
her" feelings; tons mildly accusing' : light' : in lim I i>iil ol.t'a holt'I lie l'oss' the street He
I "I love you :yl'su' .. in hilt, I tness' was f-iding. al- : I
.myihlng with Jim. ".'ell. what going to dciboiit .. t think I will dlcsscd.. I and lookedpr.iNpei ,
Jimmy bent forward blushed I his ani' Jimmy lot I'ul'lt II \pone The phoft Ihough; tin1 wound 1 would never behealed eyes (Jh, Fled, you don "'itK vctv
,ipulogcticallyti bhe ,'xrlH lined spinning I b.id. I In't ioiiH F.M'llcdly lie 1 Ihiew his 5'
cps against! her hanoi, and with a it to//:IItl'h bustled 1 biuk and foilli. i Jimmy was xo much like this could! have bapptiu'il if n
,. repliedssion '
ho Liuy, him 'Go about to fate in IIIH
Happy smile went back to sleep. i i.ndci hlsdonk. In baldly wreaking. I litI

a, "- on her light ...-""' _- -.,....:-- .:: .. .7-- ,,"! w t,, I, Jo'J'l'n'h ho UI'h-1 eol the subject toDI I Fled' tiled Jimmy ll.ippily.lo i l
.1 t I ..k out" snd !Tied 'There'sliein I
'lid to the lett then to the right I I I
J') 10 I mng; on one (Ibow 'n/ tIp balk his hat to pull out his t ti "/ ii'ant to talk to yon Clan," myteid I a sh i it. 'mg/: down t there.notli ."

h, 'i.' tip to the bed. The I J JII "U'v' 1 luit JOM," lit'' soul" s as hcbt Finally win'n he liul every j jhin Kote antiou.\y uiilndc,?""Can'toi ,\ > .isked, .Jimmy, In oppucut ] ,
love mi loo,don't you \ go
boy came over his e |> Just light he thicw back his j i 'dastit6.1eeL.' 'S: t.
saw her I +. t hood. The Ktinuui f.in. of Fieil f fII ,did you gt: 't ut"" j

"n. were you ? he ,US'.. .'!. and Middy, was .levealudl"t I.M.t night I

I .'0 gapped,1 Jimmy "\\',. all r And vim didn ghe: us ii ling'" 1

it for. a minute." ih 'ugh,! \ <"II'PI killt, -il' Mow, dot, 1 I know you lv! '.d
fhWF I
in.I." he said, and he s.. ':1uI' .is oiii.n as I wa taptui' ..
E .'r i of his experiences, I I' ',!< i ,'1'111" ill., nttiinid ,i i.su.illv\ Ilrt'I'I I Let i >!t.. viii," unswcied" JnnmvI d

me before he was < amt on .tad l buy nui, ,li mil ook I l I. got: to hurry lo an up 1

I Ii I i't, Hi. 'MIV. tu ( In' iieini' ,t all, tomtnl'ui, II'' ,iw, but >'on'II situplv'

to leop," warned I Fin'' plaint" how ii do'i-ii .. I "Vt' onii lot ,dinner I lIe drew

; m I .' n.. airs had: lung.It, dotcnin mil I ml Unit lead, : Adjuster. bl I

1 1'kla.... me good- I rt : I I. ,. .Il t dull-hula' and tak''nhi Stir) 'lull nt 1'1'111.,11AR..ncillUulI..

I 1''l''k, 01 .1..t'ntllll1, itIn ti M yI F s Re 'nut pem" 'illi.l. lu.s lioiiu- addicss amt I III Sl
i ni'iinv slyly
: .t tn" t .dl'nsrd, ,. "nit Ion.. oil 'It
,I'll 'Illl '
U 1 .t will quiet you, i ?;& I
smile She ? n 11 h, i,,. III' .t '14 .t1.h. I ,. use .\ fd> / u I .11I'1 t 111'11" it tonight
,i the of I, It' I ""J I', 'ql Ihr ii' .rl. n',, hit a ill 1.1| Fled)

presence 1'1'1' .,.t'1: and nrtk" "I g,.tIlWIII, II. Y.Hi, v' .not: to," and' Jimmy
1 ins
A II' .
,itk, "It 'I hit ''w, 1yt death, "
'I I hm cheek Her : 'mHII' on I Iti:"* II lie lit kled to i '
011' ;al and, / ''I''It''I, at ,a'. ,Frni, ., Vo; .r ( lo He I'untinnrdl' )
of Fred it tI
_"s were :: :
tit talk, lid Lilt' "Il'l, I."ghtngly, ,

.- live miles closer Su"t ,'m for .Ill" thl' Will' The MlMI \ \ \\ \N: Ts .)Mill !'I
11) mbiiKlmg fjuns. a
'Rom, town RII'I1t will 100; for .m ,I r
'.' w.,is a commotion .. : ,\ Mi.uni ten' a'
,.,.- _, 1.1.,\ II \H'H'I':' J
< 'i|>..nt.s of other ?, lint; goal'I tops. an rage plninl K'hoc'lltoI"plt.: .. thought. ,; )'011't'' dead!: Kvithmg : .i Ii lent wants to lie the olfui.il t.- j 1 t
I ;\I..nllon..f the home town glil-, hadgiven .., in !me w'usdead, and, I JustIltin'I .. |.1'.1'i }
'he ) '
"i means been nil the vt'neer of hiinita war I ('IIII"'lI'r..f !' 1 lor'101.1. llariy A. I\! 1
brought another I thought uppermost cure mm'I) what happened later ,
et I eta applied for the I job in n
mind \ '
died. one. "Don't .j In Jimmy's "I guess you'ie the guy for her, .limmy H a good,; kid, Hiiid Fied"lowly In 'oininlHsinnei. tit Aglilllltllle: \ \! I
I red wiii VV.iit till Rose heats al bout' his III',' he'II\ lie < tax |
knowwhat All }
.., the kept on, ominous "Kou iiu he said 1
In"t I For, days guns 'II right Nit him Ma\o! A bill now pent 'I
.. I .1\lln't pursued' Jimmy I I this he i rieil, "Shell go citi/y I and Ill' ii hfnrantt l gonil !
like you' het"answered over '
q.; echoed l another "pprellll'an,1' tlv'rwhl'lmlnKTht'n I 1 urn an he hl' ll1l.In. after all"hat : "('tame on'! Well will prise you" inn <>i the 1.1'giHlatiiie; would' acute, 'l*

I they suddenly Hopped 1, and i studying! her face"Yes. l Jimmy leaping! up"With I to you (lie position of offirlal executionei l

too protested; I a I i for a time the shock of IheItll..nc... I knew sold Ruse: won- "\\ tutthat, last.. crack"I me tiowelleil! all over like "Y..u poor' li.mihcad1'. M.ui'd up The lee. for I tin'owing the death {|J JHwiUh '
ilend his!
., "" iti 1, ,s in this man's i WIL'i0"' "" than the sound! of the deling how she could stand there ,| ibked Fred!. stoppinK I II I ii chorolato t-cliir'; ? You go un> 111 ; HOM\ ''Its, you. Hunk Id many any cl. the Hritilc rhnlr at the I ISlfile :

I filing 'and lonlinuc to talk She wanted tracks."Rose. tlenn up and see you both tonight; othi l man in the wot I.I. its lung as : I'llMim, would IK- limited' tu ,

""nl.II"IlSRment.;l, I Jimmy was wheeled outside, in i to amt but she began slowly to I and m<':' tiled' Jimmy ,i iI I "0 I K said .limmy, hurrying; off."Oh "I .Mni'if alive in It'?" 8li' paused, :1HH) a throw llyeis listed Ills) if

wheel him away !It meant something I happily "Soon s the war a over' he !" voice" falleied "Fieil. you do. )lwilh '
n, and i I Jimmy. Igi the hospital garden one sunshiny boy! Will Kosi happy her <|iuilificittloii+ as Philippine' servkt'. ;
S 's 11'11|| back on his morning. I to here some physical, duty hhes promised t to many me"! 'I Saxe was at the hospital. switch- want In the United. States Amy tint l ''ji

\ I to"HI sat there the lines "I don't want to get well. he i to pet' form"Majbe Fred stared. .it t flint Inrrediiloiisly. 'i' board when limmy rushed up in ""What go to Jail'?!" tiled, F"'II.I World War service In the UniteJ *l'i' '

""ltX"t.Vlthm' a few began to hum. looking up at Rose after the war" he wenton th. n with stunned, teiiliatlonf birHtliless h,.isle. I his moaner suddenly lough/: Stales N.ivy Me said he hud hurtp' ''Juriiblo

'1. 'ua'' Iii ufted Into a quiet happily, while she steered' him "it mightn't be so l bud If you the truth I "Fledillis'! I1"'H back Blive!! "I lon'l gel; it disihalKes (liom. both f'j' ||

'umberI aictmd. 'I'm in love with a beauiful and' 1 were to stick. together tend l -- I he p.inted. I Why toiildnt you let II\ /go like tirnnclu'S of the Htrvltin "I'lit my 'l'/'| ( II \I' un: M\E '
i ins' later when Rose nut re help each' other "You'ie eiay':" flung back 1'''),('. It was inside' You s.<.rn I wn* liy- name on the niiinbei. one list of J 'Iiip
1 lined to his bed l after 'Sh-h, haul Rose, ]looking\ about"Remember Rose said nothing that his infection for ; 'I just now left him at the t C'oq 'iii' to cluck talking, about. It." '|>licants," he said So fur, Myers *jjiH
that night the guns Time sped by Hack of the lines Knowing .' seek the which ", j jIs
ounds, there came the d'Oi" the !llrst tu Job
had been like, that of an a i "M.ijbc': you'd bt-tlci\ lull me\ ,
Jimmy *
Dooming In two days started, what you 8111<1 '" asked I I in the public square| of u FIt"ll'hvillage. weaker :Sane; stated She had' to get! to' Ith:1't'lt n'slimnt not yet a Job because the Icglalituie \\
crowd had gatheiedKEI. older brother a younger: said Hose \\ : 'fit
mi < Hose clenched '. a him into her Imsn I the pending jj
s "is. .1mmm)1 one, Fled was bewildered.l HeInch liosc I first Pushing ... L ill.I I .ititi.lri't.... passfd, '
massed under the *. ine 011 woiii.iiioui -
an she thought of Fred's ,I "That wits putt of my Job; an- I 1 Tioops weie chair she "rHfd I IOM lull : I't
ever let" t m' lotine' Iii|it t ti-ti out t ,
switrhhoar'lt"She El
'Mind the --- --- --
Fied) "\'011 don l think you're. the i, i't
found Roue taking a soldiertemperature. i II vo'iiini1' feitili/ets'. LIIIIHIinitctin :
her lIy
\ first, one I ever tiled I to shake i
, 'luigcHl' : part| of 'Klorldu's ini !
for do you': He met her eyes, ; 4
Jimmy says IIC'H been tnlkin; and ijuitki:* JIM l 'led! her gacThey : "ports" amounting tu til per lenl of f 1
to Fled \\'llIi.lhe breathed exert I total.,. ,
toll, WI" '. dfiid; the
1 me
yon 1 1n 1s
wily 'He't. bat k wife. He's alI I II !

WHAT WHERE WHY the I Coq d''Oi.' I _.. .-,. .., Ili,\, !

Roar.. took hc arm and point*'. 1 I;

to the theimometerTake I ,

< this' she demanded I Iit

R.ixc, tiicti to say she couldn't I

, that he hud. left Jimmy at the out D

I .side switclibonid Hut before she /' LI' I it itI k ktea.

OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA oulil utter a word! Hose hail., ",pct: r

--- -- --- -. -... away, half I iiighing.; halfcryingWhen .
itOl'tl.l'1r COMI'VMES: -if-\\lm\\.a-"Tn\l'fl'ltt- : KVTATK I K \ntH.; she entfU'd" the talc Fuel
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---- -- --- -- ----- --- I was seated at .a wall table bc.twt.tr: I

----- I /K.MTH: K\I 1<11. two blight-eyed!, eagerly listening

< tt' -n'h Thirty HealthilyCAFE HYGRADEELECTRIC REALESTA'TE (.
LAMPS ( :>. I.< >Its' TKHES. br-foie I them c'.',., }
.Vow: yon'ii gcttin'; It down 4.',
TEKMsStern's : >
K\-t: "
@!!!M I Ii1 \I\Ut: ; BV :s.1L\\M\ fine." cried\ Fled He moved his ,.,,, \ t tn'

FKOM 1 10< TO 2041)() \\ .\TTSI5e IF YOU WANT TO Garage .u ms about to demonstratt: further s f J "

TO ,,.'It' KENT as hi intoned a jujtiuin

"n-f' 'that I.fr..h.. Bradford Hdw. Co. SEE; rs- 'Oh. my grandfather cluck,
"'_1Ie I F: ..T.t '1ON'i U .is too wide foi the shelf
11I.-- r. BHIJNlJK:,, Owner
/ I So it stood. ninety years
/ .\irc .
On the floor
:*, I I --- -- -rK\lF. Oils : YOUR
T'M-k-totk' cried th pppi ia'
m CO.. I live and expectant mademoiselle
I DenmarkFurniture A. W. Anderson'sService
Shell Station I in unison. as he came 'I.> a panneKied ROADS WITH

! Co. glimpsed' Hose out of the corner I
I Station (,f his ,eye but pretended' not I' tE;
-.::1\ ISO : Mere K..t fixingev: Spring ILETAII. .STORKSA : I
to see her as he went on I *

I Mock: Every: !)..,. Be Sure to I I'HONE 158T "It was m.ide on the mom RELIEVE CONGESTION
IRS hhe. A. Cold| Prink.
I See! It Before Van Buy.SteNarlt1'arner GOOD I'UACE TO Of the day that he wag born

lia" and Oil MEET: : OCR FRIEXII-' : :\ "!TrE: I Antit stood ninety years I SPEED TRAFFIC t :

I By his siile :
The SPOTLIGHT Hilt! it Dtopped short t'

Johns & Wainwright Never to run agjm INCREASE SAFETY Pt

Thus Same! FOOD Rrlrlprator16: .*. IIAKTMVV: I'rc'j, 'Whin :M awl man die! cried ,;; i'
at letter Pricesat $1Sf.50) I p.-K.TERMS. 1 '
t. I !,"' t'RtF.GEN'Yell out the girls, who were all readyfor afford congested road i
r., community today caD narrow, +
flVE: HKMTIKEI.OU : Itpfft of In..urant'rlth the list line before their tutor No ) '

,, OrangeBlossom I'KK EstEA'' SV TERMS: SFFINSSE (lid R4-lIltblr Companies got there "Tft'k-tock1! Tffk- ..rc: u.Todoiy' .

n.\\ E: .11'SF UK: Fat: fn .AFRESH I I tackhose swollen traffic clamors tot "elbow room." The practical Te =

Hart Furniture Co. : :STOCK OF FORD-HOOK had stepped quietly over answer is to widen crowded roadways with concrete r f''

Cafe LJM \ BE %.N !EEI1.. KB.."B4M)i ; You Can Find i iI to the tabl Fred rose as he apparently Provides' '
Restores normal ..ils. Eliminates coogestioo.
as I'rlriHi.t. the noted hr presence fur the sp ?
I'M'MBIXQLE I What You Want I II first time"Fred' ample room for passing. Saves countless hours. Itcrtam ,I

I Suwannee Store the cried *+] ,. And wider roads boost business. ; U

In This Corner "Sit down Flossie' XightlngHle'
!>ULTiiSTSWE: ; I I Totoand Whether build new roads or widen old be 4 \
:'r I'. (.tFi n to i'K r i.r SIBIXO: I he an wt'rE"J." l ft'.t Eig-/, you .

If you want more results sad READ THE ADS I zag'"I:I" sure to demand concrete-the safest and most 5

A TIOM! .r ;ill MOUSE! : I want to talk to you alone, economical for modern era ic4 + t
ARC results more rrnnomlrally
lulckrr answered 1 f'.rjuo anxiously 'C..n.t
t'I..EANIN/i .
I'RESCRII'TIOVBXFBRTS: hen Inwi-t your sda In thin RUST, WANTED- -OLD RAGS, Iu"t be you go oiitaide' PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
"Oh. come, begged F'1'ed.'t"l'e
J. L. Simmons \..tllEREIIV' tll..tor). Aol. thfuiui kit.- ud In rood condition. Will havtn' fun. Sit down and Join thechorus Hurt B1<1... Atlanta Oa. ,

Mitchell' Drug Store :' t tLt
Plumber who'ii bad ne.
The Telegraph
'lllu-k Dependable len-ice my 7c tr pouxd. One of the girls half tote and



RRDFORU ('tlt'S'rI.F.Hr.U.II.. T."t..Y.. FU ltID' Flt" I" .M,
(.F. FOCR I IU.ilf.
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KANK:" NKiHf BM'KS: I II i Jacksonville s rr..r
:Ot.Ial"k'; :\ Silver TVa COMMITTEE i t Pr.II.
front facilities
A Successful\ Affair I The saddest! bank night story pn\ ,
we've heard! r'ame from Kansas,
The silver tea given by the L."- I' '(t
ocictyj where, in a mull town the movie
'tles' Auxiliary: of St. Mark's EpIRChu't'h HOUSK .."nealso owned one of the town's
i-f.pal Friday i best restaurants. His competitor -
the Woman's, Club building was aucI'II.ful TO MKMBKRSCongressman ''drew down a $1,500: bank night -

affair bcth from 11 soxlal < hornlnteCream K A. ( r.'t'n'It" ''award and proceeded to blow It all FRESH FISH

D. C. Will Mt-H Thursday; StarKe Grivi', I'lans and a financial standpoint. When ,'ou'.... rushed for time niul .i-lated this w..k"r) approval byIhe in on a neon sign and other advertising. Caught Daily

At Kin "I'y Lake 15irth l IY O'leljiaticmStflike The aiidltoiium and sunparloriwere want A' r-enlly tempting( dessert, House KlverH and Harbors A Kansas newspaper tells -

1 The \\'. T Weeks Chapter. I'. 11 : I < Grove nnrnher 278 of Circle IheSupremo I"[ Spring. floweis. tastefully ntrangI > that Mrs.' .K: S MatthewH ''construction of $197,000.000- Ncodesha. chinch was holding com \\ CVUtKV ,\ n .1 |.,viOK

C will have its annual speml-trie- 10"01 el everything
day party on Thursday. June 3. at held its regular meeting TUI'tll"y.1lny among the flowers being a. It's so easy to make and It's per11'ectly voted twelve to t'lon.1.1.. MM/
the Kingsley/ Lake lodge of Mr. and :25, wllh11'11.. Viola' J FusHfll in basket' of huge dahlias' I delicious, The committee was duly ll was discoveredthe IVK IS \ '11"MAGNOLIA\,,
x. this
t I five In favor nf reviving project wine hud not been provided. A -
1 Mrs S. T. 011.11t'mh'rs Ihe chair.Mrs. I Receiving\ the /guests: at I the door i Two I'lux'oJale, Milkywaysl which bcfcan; with a $ .OUO.- :I man was sent out for some and all/

are tefjiiested to meet Annie I I'. Koberls' was initiated 'were Mrs. .1. L. Frn/ee, president" l One cup of milk UOO relief ulli.>,lment and! WitS aban'iloned I II he could find was persimmon, wine.
.n the at eleven o'clock and! received the degrees In 'of Mark's J. One of cream.. out. :
morning St. Au"IIII4I'Y.11'8. cup whipped when the money ran When the congregation came to the MARKET
*nd al 12:30: a picnic luncheon will Woodmen Circle [ C. Hoover/ Mrs. U. A. Monteith.'and ] Melt Mllkyways in the cup of Congressman Green, sponsor of L:1SH:
I doxology they had to whistle. it
tie, served., In the afternoon there Mrs. Vonda. Inmun Rave a full '' Mrs. .1. Morgan PIII'by.I milk, In a double boiler; let cool ,' the bill balled the committee s ac-I j Winter Haven Herald. .

,vill! be a short business meeting, ,report uf, the Lake Butler meeting :\ Rawson J. Davis presentedi and add whipped crenm. I'lace in I tlon as, approving "the most im- ,,

presided over by the president held on May II;. and also gave IIn i ihe following program: : freezing tniy and tiee/.e. Serves pOI lant PI'oJt'cl"hlt'h ever "I'celvI I ---

Mrs L. A Davis, imd latei Ih..rpwill outline of the coming District Convention Solo I "Moonlight, :: anj Shadows fOil I'. ed,I fa'fllllblct'pul'l by the House I 27TH. ANNUAL FIELD & STREAM

be swimming In the Inke. which will be held In Lake< ------. -'- I
Hostesses Mrs W L Wall. Mrs.Announcement I Butler on. June 10.I 1 ibi, "Little Old Lady" .Mrs.' R. Ti ol1.I'ickal',1Ir' tluiriiUKh" and extensive.

---- I District Prehldent" Mrs. Vn l I.- .I._. -Dnvk-_ .- irrnnioiii1pil.. .. -__ ...! V. .v' -Mis. .' --. .VTK. .. hearings on the pioject I tie cominittoo FISHING CONTEST
!\ II n.11' ... Theodore( Tison unnunnce -
wouH .
| Flynn announced thai there I'etiynuin gave long and mnttirc conniiler.'iUoii. -
of Iheil'dOIlRht"I'
h'. 1 tnmsportiitioii for all that wotiMaiti'tnl I'liylet "The \Veddmj of the the marriage ." (Jrevn pointed out. "1111
Vivien Mjne. to 1937
ihis convention, and that r.iinted Doll". Taking part were : ,loclHion wns the only derisionwhich ,
I I I the hi..is would leave. from, th 1 y I I Carolyn. PickarJ and the late Mr. \K4iK: M4II III m.\4K HX-s-s .11.A. IH\I 1"1|4>\ Mi .lIt
> 111> ,tL Mu-, o.o.k., Smit h. A. / Adklns' ...
Hilly K om. 1'ick.trd of. Kurlton Hi-ach. on !Sunday ; expected' \KK.N: BII.'Otet.IIWj: : I : ( I IX T \TK: OK FLOKHl: \ .I i ii1
ln! rnonlli" of June l I... the \Vooilmtn .11' preachei Marjorir Iiavis. Mi- In IheMethodijt "The derision of the majority "fllv \ir: >>'! OF .11 :M<: isoi K: 01' rtF.i.n.M: >MU \, \
May :St. at 3 o'clock
( |I.- lli.>me Month. The Mii-Di II, :l1.rll'pt1..ntolth., / P.ed Pin sonag.The Kev B ( l'oIrnmlllt'l is altogether" in

i 111\\ 'i. \I\KN: 4i\ MI 'uifM ; Honn u.iloinpU'ted. -< veil years. Hiding Iliiod : Wandu Pi-aive. Utistei ;M Montgomery perfmnied the ceremony keeping': with the evidence prcwnteil. -

nKO in June HI which time a little Hr"\, n. Hi'hei-i.1, :Simpson; and The liplsl.itlon will pi'ss the
\4iKMKN: ; P OK IOK4U: ) : si.-ti-i and hi, other wi'ie' adiiutledWe ,leanette I'rlosl bride's.. maids, ..loeMoniiitli. In the pipxenrc of .the families Him/ .' nn l Senate and this great
and a few intimate friends.
SKISM4 .r\TIOV: ."id. WII.IrriK4 now have for, ty-seven children. : Jumping J.ick ; Ona piojecl will be completed.
Di-morest. : The lovtly bride wore" an attructive "The Florida canal will!)
in the home IIlltllwl'nly aRed members Shirley: Montgomery, carryi
\ /( i vi K; r.KT 4 0 F This District 'is furnishing dollies of frIIII', Piano accompani.st. pink sharkskin model with i twice the tonnage "annually' of the

101 K 1'\1 H'c.I:. STANII : a room In I the pottage-( for( the ajfedmenjhi'fit Miss Maitile Hemingway./ matching accessories Her cormigei I'iinama Canal: it will expedite the

and are uponsorlnjf. two Pu"III'j"I., .. I>avis, followeil i was of pink and white blide'Htoses. t Iriinsporlatlnn" (>If fliis huge tonnage

r \ltlt
,t i 1'001.11. 4 01 'itri-:
by having a novelty seventabledinner. \ Alontelth, Ona Demorest anti Ha/.rl business with the Cobb Consl..uelion >n costs. It will cnrry grent-.

'1 I.I I K; ,\ 1.:0.. :: U.\\TS: T4> AS Complete plans for this )Fields, in "Sing: Baby, Sing." Co. with headquarters, Tampa er benefits to the shipping public.

f' ,, ....,. '. t O\ltISTOU\\'. will be given later. Special number, 'In fancy costumes where they will m.ike their 1 "It will be our Nation's greatest

: \:. The* ho"tes
Ir., t W'le1"11." Viola Ftis.sell Mrs. Ethel Davis' ami! Margaret Monteith.At .-- -- will eliminate storm hazards' to

Chambers. Mis. Krme Dowlinff.Mrs. I the close of the program Mis. J. B. Co..lIsll'11'1:1.. : Voiula'inm.in shipping. It will cost. about 100.

t Joe Edwards. Sandwiches dainty light refreshments wereserved. : and Mrs. Geoipe Inmnn at- 000,000{ with more than half of this I

, LESLIE BIGGS : and tea were cerved.J '. The silver offering' amount- l tended the1 Pension of the third n mount going directly to labor anil

to $;30. which will be used to helpremodel I ihouse ( a mock K-gisaltive sesisonj 1 the "relief of the unemployed."

M\NA,iKK i St Maik's Church ,j by the attaches' ) in TallahasseeVedntsday .. n__ _A ? _| ,_
1. M. Brownlee Mrs. .I. K Wilson.Mrs I I
\ and attended the at-
-- .--- ---
i S. t;. Brownlee and Mrs. Emma JOAN CRAWFORD OUR

j I CD nova.I Siili-Di-bChib lias ) i.I tache d.mce. COMING TO RITZ
--- --- h'ding''t'dncdHY: ----- - -- -
7I J. H. Benson and daughter. MissHarriet
The Pub-Deb Club The expressive. flair for smart.
nn Import
Benson, Fiiday In
\\IIV :MX'II AMJKAxA.NT tint business and enleitaining 1 "OfhlHtlcatdl romedy exhibited. by I FISHING'TACKLE
They were. accompanied
: : :S.MII.K? '
Modal Melvyn Douglas in "She Married
afternoon Wednesday at 3:00: .
home bylh.H: Marjoi-le Benson -
I o'clock at the home Her/ Boss ami "Th'do>l'll Goes
of Misses
Katie :
> I .'. IVII I Florida
"Oil, l'\l Illst > 'M > | .1 I student at 1 the State
I .it l.<-ila'H. K.terj Ihhll:'" ..<> and Virginia Fugate. The club College for Women, who will ipcndj W.lil" and the gifted dramatic, urt

...itlri-acthe ': "n",. tli.it was reorganized; along general ,j! the summer vucntion with her. pai .displayed by Virginia Biuce' in

I lerl prettier, too, r*>pe- lines and officers for the coming1yriir :i; lents.Mr. "The Great Zlegfeld" and "Born to

chilly. lifter. their e\| -rttreatnuMits. were ..I..l I.,.,1.11"1' < Clara Dunce" have been combined in Co-
I --
i .
Flume elected Miss, lurnbla's newest comedy-drama.
wag piesident. "
.1 i mid Mm. K. f I iHobi I Cone \\ I1.I.ll> 1OI' IN: t XKIIINi.THK "
'umpn of
don't Margaret P vicc-presulnt., Ghimour. which will
"I 1.11"Itlld >OU> Rrce. I have moved tu Miami where Mr. : Inn 4)\K:>. oVi; |" IIIv.
1 just .lo\p to. sit ion tliotelOMiliii Miss' Frances Lee Peek, secretarytreasurer |I he showing nt the Ritz ThrntreTuesday.
Cone has accepted a !position with n \ I'KI/KS Kii, 'tiihlf' Irnther jmdrhrmidiim i and Miss Edna Pearce>I
rhalrn?" the White Uelt DailY "t'o. Barber 1'7' I'KIZKS: ; 10| KK 4.IVKX.
11 publicity mal1ll t'I'I,I 1 Shop. Their many friends. ., will wish Douglas appears In the role of

"Vi'H, lnilil l, anil tll.I The living ror.m. was tastefullydecorated !them well in their new location. the young/( artist with Miss! Bruce

ll..\\' niiinieiire taliliIs sirildy with nasturtiums and in the title character lead. Others
Mr. Cone recenlly sold out his Interest -
the 1.1stvoiil.. I really L>,li ,htful refrenhmtntsof
| larkspur : featured In the cast lIi'e Reginald
in the Three Friends Barbershop CO.
I iMijiiKittlng in.luilll. orange" Juice and crackers were Denny. Leona. Mnricle. Thnrston
tlidic ." here. with which he has
IU" 1"1'1\.1 to the following club memo 'I Hall, Pert Kelton snd) Mikl\ Morita.
been connected for the past severalyears.
"Sill. (III I. IIS. SO ('(Mil I bf-rs: Lillian Stump, Loryee Phillips. A double fenrtire is showing today -- -- ---- -- -----

'lonklnitith/ the- new Clara f'lumelalg.lI..t' Pearce and I tomorrow "Mountain Justice" II
\v,,IN/ and floor. that I look: and Maitile Hemingway. with George Brent and "Let's
The three circles. of the Baptist !
forward to my appointincut The club will meet Wednesday, Make a Million"\ with Edward Ev-
W. U.
M. will
t r\ ". ..k." meet next Monday.
erj afternoon at 3.00') o'clock the '
at and
'In erette Horton. while Sunday
May 31st lead of Ihe first Monday -
home of Miss Clara Flume and the in June. Circle No. 1, Mrs. L. Momliiy "Last uf Mrs. Cheyney

presence of every member is le- with Joan Crawford William Powell
LEILA'S i (j. Powell leader 1 will meet with '
'I''ht..d' acln Robert. Montgomery is
Mrs. Annie Richard' at the State

...... .... --- | __ I Farm. No. 2. Mrs./ .1. M. Brownlee. scheduled.:

:" / '. Beauty Salon I Executive i Hoard )!t..tingTht're : leader will meet at the home of Ja.ne Wither* rtturns to the Kit

j Mrs. H. L. Brownlee with Mis. Joe .screen Wednesday and, Thursday
will be a joint meeting ofHie 1 "
In "Holy Terror.
Edwards co-hostess. The
old and new executive board / I __ ___. ____
Circle will meet the
members of the Woman's Club I home of Mrs. (4H.i NF: MEN'S SOLID LEATHER I Wednesday afternoon. June 2, at Ralph Alvarez with

3:30: o'clock in the Woman's Club ] Miss Thelma Alexander co-hos The old adage) that the Lord

building tess The mtetlngg.rWfll nil begin | helps those who help themselves Isagain
at 3:30.
illustrated1 In the
\\4>KKIAT: f KMETKKVThere -- -- bit of Negro philosophy from The
will be working Progressive Farmeri
a cemetery :---
at the Kingslty Lake Cemetery I Henry Wills Burney 40, died i "''''hen farm work gets behind oni I

SPECIAL Thursday, .I line 3 Come Bring Monday in the Veterans Hospital i account of weather conditions. we
in Osteen, North. Carolina follow
i lunch und touts tu woik with 'I me often comforted by a. statement' I
ing: a month's illness and buried 1
at was/
made (
J L. Sllcox. o us many years ago by nni
Thursday in the Kingsley Lake i old negro philosopher. When asked

Cemetery. He was a native Flo- 1'It he wasn't afniicl he would not
II |
1.98 t" I rtdi.tn. having been born
RITZ THEATRE here September I get his land plowed in time to ,
14, 18S7 His futher.
plant his crop, he answered "I sc I Ilalwnys
PAIRMen's !STARKE W. Burnty. has been dead several i noticed lilt lie Lor
I years, but hit motherI..s.. H. r: gibs us 'miff god days to make a'crop
Sapp, survives' him as does a broth- if
we wuks all de good daysHe
r, f;. E Burney of Lawtey
g,1bs us" Since this
[ Overalls and Pants only 98c] Funeral services: were held at jsnge remark we have seen its

the; grave at 3.00 o'clock with !I truthfulness 1'1'0\1',1 many times!"

P.eH.. V Skipper officiating '
"'orld81' :: .
veterans were pall i 4.K4 {4iK \MI.KI.NOSGeoige
SWIM SUITS beaters. Kurney having been in the

DRESSES army from, August '8. 191S! until \\ lkrnson. 53. died at his

FOR | honorably dlschaiged April 5, 1919. h.im. In Jacksonville! following, a

2.95 3.95 He was a private In Company B, i j brief:> illness. He was born at :Maxville. -

[..\lmms: 102nd Engineers Pall bearers. were moving from there about four

U.I 1\\ ... r1..1';'" no\ -I1..f:... Arthur and Harold' Pierce, Carl years ago He was" a member of

Wooten. Mike Futch. E. B. Wills j the Btpnsi< Church Survlvois, are

I n A' Blar.chanl. J. T. P.eddmh, and three s.sters. Mrs Mi< : Starling,

A Gnffis.. t>eWitt C. Jones had I i Stark* Mrs Gertrude Starling,

[Ladies Silk Slips, all sizes, 79c to 1.49] PROGRAM 1.\:hajgt/ of ..inangements.TIIMS I!, Eagle;: Lake and Mrs. Gladys MerHs. -

-- _- ----- :'ow: Yolk and thiee brothers.. J'f
FIlI--sXT.. M \Yi !-W! M. IIXOKXFuneral :: 1 F.lusha. Paul, and Chap Wilkinson

-KK: THK: NEW Double Feature : services for Thomas H. Jacksonville' The body was placed (

,I Haj .tn. 7S. who died Saturday In care of the Sea..hole Funeral Small
\\ HI IK: "Mountain Justice"'il't.
morning at the home of his", daugh- i Parlors and arrangements will be

>. lln-nt I tel'Ir* H t> May. near Hamp announced later.I D
PATENT LEATHER llut 'hlnsou' p.O'vJ
oscphhif < ton. were held -------9--
yesterday at 5:30:: I
"Let's Make AMillion" p m. in the Hcj)>e Baptist Church I "I N<'LK" HK.NKV Hit:.. itJ.'lt)ell t

'with the Ftev: C B. Pi Ice officiating :1 "Uncle" Henry Young, well-

SANDALS known colored I citizen familiar toI VSav-A-Step VSlidATrayVTHtAShtlf Po
I Kd\\: Kvrrtt: llt.rton Mr Hagen wa well-known and I alt who have lived any length of Illuminated M 011 Eos Y

well-liked throughout the (,OllDt)'. time in or near Starke, dIed May 5 11.Point Cold Control OI1'y.". .,. .
"S'IIIS.1 \\ :SO-3 having t pent all ..l his life in and and wns buried. the next day. "Un- Vjurabo Vegetable Freshener '.

2.98 "Last of Mrs.Cheyney" near Hampton, where lie ran a j cle" Henry, whose age n m some-i Vjumbo Sliding Fruit Basket

t.mall store' for many years.j I where between ninety ami 100 was | "Economical. Twin Cylinder

Just Received \ j Interment was In Hope Cemetery i an (')(-slave owned. in slavery times Compressor Vlmprovtd Extra
,l"'iiii t'ntvvfordllliiiiii I I under the direction of Key-McCabe: i by Archibald Johns grandfather of | Large
I \\ I'ouell 1 Funtral Home. A It. Johns. The aped outlived Freezing Unit
..,... negro Automatic Interior
1; \1"tj"III"r I Light STEWART
I j Mr Hagen Is survived by three | nil his children and l grandchildren '- I :
,, Vaulted Construction VNo'J'ip
I daughters. Mrs. H. [I. :May. Stdrke: and had no relatives closer -
n KMV.. .ir.NK:" i '
I ingVDuoScaled WflRNEH

I MJ" M. EIa Cincinnati Ohio. fleath. The following subscribed toI Insulation
'Women of Glamour'lriv
\ twisters I Mis. Ida Hageo., Ther- I give the old man a burial : A. H. '

> ) It Douclit* i'ssa, and Mrs J E OWIII(')'. Per- ( John*!! Jlrs 1'':. Reynolds Homer

ft"il I \ iriiinl.t Unit I nn. IIC,: his WI'.W.11'14' Virginia/ Johns. J C ManningMrs.: E. MixJon. ; See it Today At > -

-- .. Coleman Hagen six KranOchildrenI j I H Courtmanch, Vasco Milchell -
\\ >.u. .fHl I':* .. .M'NK: 7-3
I :a. seven 1I1eR.trlnhl1"r\ n. ( Fred! Albert. Lte En 1i8h. R.

"Holy Terror"j I .. __ :She.ifitJ.; Robinson T'llIn. HART
I .|j>np \\ tthtrHAnthony | F irui.:* *xpot business,! reached .. -

I Mirlio i I Its all-tlrce high to date in 1920 Four gallons cf maple sap make I Ic.ne
I I when it .reuched *125,379,000.: ) pound of sugar. 1 I I


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,. "W"\ 2K. 11131 .UtADFOltO tOt'VTY 1".ILbJt..U. Sr.'ftKF FLORIDA I'\lt. I'l\.l':

!I Mm J. H.-Hwmrngway and chlllilren Mm. T N Kendrick returned' to Miss. Lois. Adkins a student at Kcinnrfdinffmine feel hack fiom XVeller Street 8n,1tllt'n 4I

of Liikf- Vales! spent the her home last week after visiting the Hoitda' State ('nll'g10t' Women I fifteen (set hark, from Wash

weekend here with irUtlvenMIK hei daughter and t I
11 Bits () f I ; I and Mrs \\'. S. Gibson. In <'le>aivater spend" the summer vacation. with week nn lebuildtni: and i modeling I will be an altrHe. livestueko building 1-

llnpnn\ Smith and baby -. her patents ludge and Mrs A. Z. his home .it the Intrrseitiem ofN'ashinglwi I with a planter Inl.rlorV"k, '('
Joan .... 1'I I
UoHhln and Merle: Adkins .
i -- -- : .
'' MndVo'III'I' Streets is nut expected' 1 ,to he i nrnplt. .ted ,ir
Smith spent Tuewlnv In ick-ion-1 I Ivilla Miss Haul) Adkins unit ---. -r
The h"'u"e-.II flint moved fifteen : teas than full! weeks
local NevKs Lois Adkins will leave MIS"1 :\ii l's It Ii XVood and daughter

I, - for Tallahassee to attend, the I Miss Louise "'0.,1. and son K M ,i

: ANDI'KfH.KESS i Judge and l Mrs A. Z. Adkins and j uation exercises: nf. the ) XXooil ,Ir. and :Mr andII'H: :N1AU; TO YOU
1't)'LKMNC: I lfnnill>' will! move Saturday. to their State C'ollejje/ for \XomenAlKay Cieorge J F. Perry of Lc> 'iablll'g.1', ,, '
.Vf YOUR TIMPIIONI; : : '-1.
( ; OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN sunirnt l home on 1,111t\I'II'Y\ Lake ---- -- Va. will aiiive Tuesday for. a visit t'

I for the Hiimraei.Kl ', CuillKle will arrive the with Mr and Mrs F .F Stump Fn.\J.J.n.\) ) : Call 12.1-J: ff.\\ }
I ;
-- -- tiisi, nt the week Horn Holies Mlliliuy --
,, of H Jucobs will J''jrt.t'lu ; '' Academy in Jacksonville to I Mrs. Mae Jones and little Miss ALL OKliUS) : FILLKI. )) +IIi

Clair Klchlltei.incKlay Mrs IR Matthews rt> 1 limn< thiit he has been confined | upend\ the summer, vacation at his Marjorie Sue Middleton of Jai'kMonvllle ARTISTICALLY ,.ECONOMIC'ALLY sr .."P\ ; '

yfisi I ,. in Lake Butler. ,, Friday after pending u IUln"I 1 lo hiM home several days. because I(, home rule. were guests Tuesday of PUOM1TLY;() "

'ran' W Tallahassee of IIInl'>lH. --.--- -- r>r. and II'II.V.. K: Xlutdlcton.
MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke
--- -A I ---- Jli.s. U \\'. XX'ninwiiKht was Marjorie! Sue remained for a longer ,

p ,vi8 and F H. Box were ,, :Misses! Katie and! Virginia Fu- Mr. and Mis H. A. Bishop and ''I.moved, Tuesday to the home of. her visit! with her' grandparents _.--

ille Friday gale: were visitors to .I;icksonvilleFiiilay daughters' :Miss Mary I : HHI'net. und'''' lion. J. II \\' \m\v right. HI It'll-I --

-- :Nina, spent Monday In Jac ksonVlllH brunn Springs Horn the Gill Hos- a t
!; Mi and Mis I1 1 (11i! 11) and l
of Brooker. was aIn night- .
'ugh petal tollowing operation
Xliss Mamie I Kellv weiein I'.IIHIIville
''n'' Staike Monday.Adkins --- ------ .
--- Miss Virginia./: Lyle Anderson left : Ml! and Mrs.V.: B .\I -' Mis' XX 1Paige and sons Hilly 'home li Mis 1"11) giiindfalhe-
spent several Sunday (Ill an extended visit withrehttIves amt oIlIlI hh''IS". : Mina Alex- >
ami Mai tin. i I"< mined to theirhums .1 I T Le'tchwoith. mil +I"'I'i :Xlisii
I IMiss
,in Tallahassee: 1 m Archer" I amler.cie visiting nl.itl\t' In :
_, In Orlando Saturday afterspending \\lllie V Lewis II.'I' ''II
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--- -- I U'nldo Sunday;
several d.iys: with lu-t, pi main here far a visit'
"f Jacksonville vas' : Clara Russell of St. Augustine \ .
i -- -- -- .
nuts Mi and MrsV 1 H. SUuth.
"i here Moml.iy. f-pent, the week-end herewith I Mi: and l Mrn I K O Duncan and I '.
lather' G H Russell - -- -- Mis I K to Pun.11.: II I I'Mi
--- i min Kisjier, and 11 F IheU weievlslllnjf
has '
illianis of, --- -- ,. I Miss Mlleheei Plilllips of 1'lleiisi l : Li'ml"n. :Mis ,\ / ,\01 kin" Mi I
Helen' I relatives In 1 Lake Butler .
,_ tin week-end guest Mr hnd lira M C Brown, and ; ail has been set musty ill in St; Vin.cent's :\: .siiinhiig I Mir I)0; I I. MatiliMiss _

,it I.11'obciothy olau hto>I'. :Marion ate enjojmg a Sunday- -- Hospital In .lacksunvilie. :?lair i XlanasHi .mil 11\11'-- L 1i 1-

--- -- stay m Chadbuin X: C I :MIH! T E.i; !Strange; bas I tinned l when ihi' Will i.uiKd Sunday i nl t i h''iprnan and Mrs H C Piinee ot'In
lust'l week :stilt; Fill III .tlt-nI",1. tin i",'nitit GOOD WILL SALE
\1' H. U McLendonI ---- ---- to hethome In Pnl.itka alter
I,'anette,. Bpl'ntIun: Mr. and, Mrs. T J. Mclnt>'iel I spending a week hereith her sis- -- -- hI loll(' piety' I pun ol"'ot hv ,III

,1 i,, m Jacksonville. spent Sunday in Jacksonville with I tci. Mr I : Ml and Mis F M H"\ have had 1"11<" I.'ague III I IIIII'II\'UIo; 111, '1'111,1':1: -:" i >it! '*1'I't'I\1.! ; i vi.n-s: I is; i >It'llVAY\ > IF' SIP 11 1\\
fliemlH and reHtivcsI.lHlifS R.ll. Thomas as recent {.uctits Mr and :Mis F. I II: ilav ilti"i noon INC.:: Viil, IKIU' MTC'lll... .I'I'HI'l"TI.01'1: : It '(INI-' "
Jacksonville ---- -- ,- .lr Arthur I Davis (if Ha l'tow. and MIH Kot-e' 1 > '::\:<'I 1':1': :: I )Oli1'IL11'I> : l'XtlMJi( \ '1'1111'11,1)1'oOIlIT/ :: : ;ii
of II. I C'opclund left Kllliiy -
Lung saild-lls i I.W: Vallle, filming Jones anl1111.: Lou Bud,, of Tarn 'liit\VA\:' ( >HAn:: 'IIIXN'KS THAN 111 il"1)I'. : VT
"f herills < ( for Weal
'k-enU guest -1 Palm Beach to visit pa, I'Nl'.sll:: ':;\ SAV1NCS= < : ON StIC'll; ) INK: KUIMS\ AS SVUKT\ I.y
out ut t Wh'. .1.. %I. .\I'.!ii re/. A h
1H.. : :Mr Copcl.ind who |Is .
Long .
I'IlIplOly,1th" CENT WORD PAM-\ : \1 liXNI'Adi:: l': OH 'I'11FSE: UoonWIU; 111IHAItiAINS

I Mrs Rtihv A Hayes and Mrs. :M Mi. and 1-Mis; r.I I Brtitfoot;;-; ;:: ;. unit 1 ( NO\\\ 111.
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... ,.. I II Kiln Safcseeveie visiting inGieen The \\". C T. IT will' assemble 'daul'htI'18.Iillll: Ju.irnta and Sara; COLUMN. Swifts Premium Corned Beef, 12oz can 19c a auti
r'''' I !< and Mr. and Mis t L. .1 I Green and 'I-- ---- -- --
I Cove
I pI'lngs'eII1t'IIlay. with :Mrs.V. .
:Smith their
/ /7- in FOR AI.1Bl'lIt seeds ofI
daughter Judy, spent, Sunday tll"ndel'lI..n tiaity| "
'. ------ -- regular/ meeting/ on }today at 3:111:: all varieties Pi'Ices right Snw'annee Swifts Premium Corned Beef Hash can lOcI
r 1- I Thf dme Young an I \ yI I : In p. m. Mis \\'. .F. Matt.font Stoic tf
icksonpent Sunday evening
I :"/ I | ----- ------ I Beef 12-oz. 20c
... } Lake City ----- --- Swifts Premium Roast can
II .... /' i :Mi ami Mh's. Paul K: Canova Mis U M r Fiisse.ll und diiughti't: "r. ; FLOWERS; ; Every kInd for every

\ 'r' I Miss- Etholinhitc, and Mis I and\ (childien Paul 111 and Norma' :Miss Lune.ll StokeS. and. :Miss I occasion Attractive arrange- Swifts Prem. Lunch Tongue 'Vzlb. can 20c ''f

: .v were visitors m Jacksonville Mon-! : Flame unit Flhet Kdwauls: spent mints at reasonable prices MisN' .
I Olin Whitepent Thursday inJacksonville
I shopping. I day. Sunday| with! Mla. Fusscll\ son. ,, : 1) XX'ainwnght- Phone 10J Swifts Premium Dried Beef 2-oz. Jar lOc i
MM'I'Y "' 01.':'" t Marvin .ctoke, IrMl : Ocala ',23- It

: ; :Mr and Mis U C. R..j. re'tin neil' _. -- ----- 4
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,II r\tn 1: : OPT r.> :Mrs Olin and l Mist Doi- i l'OHTo.ltICO potll'O11\<,8 J1 00 Swifts Premium Hot Tamales 1-lb. can 17c
to .1'icksonMlIu' Sn t+inlay StierSpending '
othy White spent Saturday inMi 1. mil Mrs A XX AndciHeniami 1"1'1: If Jim gathei .the. wise
week heie with his
(ill lnesvil .. a HIStei 1 chui.un: A.V? Virginia and $1 l "M per M I C A. Hi own S mp 1 25c
Hullingsworth'sSHOE Tomato Juice 3
Mrs' 1.1 XVhite. Swifts Prem. no cans
Joan Durtn ) "
spent Sunday with!
-- -- --- --- 1 son, loilda I i II ItpXX'ANTFD ,,I I
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,nit! MrW. B 1"\\11 and :Mrs S S. owhng l rctmneilhome \ Mi vndeigon mother and sls- I VI I l.\ I IIWV>
SHOP lei :Mis i George! Andeison and : ( (iI lon IHC.S must 1 b '
family spelt' Thin aday visiting in Wednesday after a visit. in XIis' P.. direMrne:< micliei I cliiin, XX'ill pay 7 tents a pound 1 RIB STEW lb. lOc '

I I.OG'l fllKKK: AKFiM'Hix : rieLantl ickHoiivllle with her slater ?Ira. The Te'ltgiaph; Mmke MILK I
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--rTI'8VI8 James .
I !: OHt.U: SIIOKS( ( 'urlllO. of. Atlanta. G.I. I IVisited I Uudloi.I.Misses .- ---- Mrs :Mary XX'ilmot left \\cilnes-, \\'ATJoJI1.:: : : .<11 with) rai dui' lake 1'1 K 1\l.t:1I: I
i (loLlI'O.\\OIlTIl'S c.\ N' I day for her hon"' in (;a1' k-n (dove I 4 Tall 25c
h.- ait.tn MisV G 11,1111'h"I'e (late and I .. .ltl.ence: over profit.thlt' ltn\vli-l: RanhIISsisblisha.I PIGS FEET, Ea. 5c ,
KM':! Ml! II1KM IO STKI' Swiii'lfyMi : : IIIwII i fter alalt if xeveml i he
and :Miss l.illi Frazier of i'ltnsvillo : customers :Must I I
)I' I.i M 11'OMFO1T: i .,- months here with her Ann and 1
--- acre week-end guests cif Alls! Annie .IIII fll'd'IIh IMIminus, .f $:;:11 i itik 11 L \. 3 Small J
i IIU: "II \1'1'\ MILE:.:" FOR : fimi Mrs! A H. Johns had as '! :McCee. daughter-In-law'. Mi and Mia. \\ to .stall I \\llte HavvliiKhH '

1111 thtli guests Tuesday Mia Johns' 'j Ernest: A \\ ilnv t I-'AI" -2YS-IUIZ: Miniplni phi Iran 01 STEAK lb. 23c I 1 1'I
.. )
sister Mrs R M Muncloiss, .Jr iMfrs I :Mi! und Mrs. \\'. 11. lint and --- sec A l II. ;/uhHii.f-. l.iiki HutTorHi < .)"ir. Ii

j' : F.\tlvn' :Mundoiss, and! Mrs their Client. MHS| Lucille Kennedy Elmo StrnUi!; Hem y Manassi,, I !. r>-2x4tpoll l '
TRY 'EM alit Miss Ruth Kowe the 'I
Mattie Mundorss of St PetersburgThev were
I' spent Suridiiy at |lacksnovilleBench. : ;
PI RENT--Furnished. ; l lnll'nt
wets en route to BlowingDON'T week-end guests (if Miss Lou Ta- i ( : opal' LARDFATHENSr

' Rork, 1 C I tum and family in: D..Lnthweie \ ; "

acimpm'ei! to f Land hv: sink. U<' 4112 S \\aliinl si Mrs
t'- - -..-..-..-..- -- -.----..' ,:. Mi and Mia .1.I H. Benson and Miss Lou Tntum S .K mirirk lip I
[ family have tetiiineel n> their home .' 2 Lbs 27

f READ THIS UNLESS YOU I II after enjoying a vacation in Lakeland ,,-. -;-.- ..--...... lb. 22c I Iurr'.r'ui
I II I | uno'I West I Palm l.i"aih.

I I' NEED GOOD INSURANCE MI I l __ __ __ __ --"'- !' \ : li 1-1.\. "' 1I1t:

I r { Mr: and :Mix U J Davis and '
ft.: si\I\I.EII.41; : Kt'1(1Nl'E.E K.\VE.1t'OLI1"10 I 01'11 .\ 11.11..111 F..1LAIIAIl : HAMS lb. 23c '
I Jaughtois lila, Lulu and Marjorie' y, +
fir > OI It NKKDS SRK r% NOV*.. TOI>.\1 I I BACON
1 'lOMOItltOXX :MHK '1(10 L.\T':. agent Tuesday in iustls: with MrI -\\t"\TIOX .;,.t; T 4'il
I I I and l :Mrs C L Stockwell i,\\ I II I'I"" !. E\'l: 1 II \ I E71'J:

1 Are You Protected? I ____ __ __ I '
lb. 35c Lb. l7iC
1 Afrs: XX' li :Sewell'; and children BACON ;

I UNITED LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 1 ',ltyl. V'liglnia, and Jimrny, lettThuiHdiy I ,

fur a visit with relatives I
I Home Olllx. : -liu..KSOMHlf, FlorhJAi ''ieILI\11 .\IIhFa) 1111\11-\I111F, : 1
in KiiHlNNU:
i I Ilellrhe' I'rf>t.ldl'nt K. II. C.KK.KH.nent
... f, Ht->, !' ....retarv .., L. .'f'''. 14It'al Agent '- 1
I i I nil i Is for luelies. Keel yellow, C (KIP I 15'" BACON lb. Shoulders Ib 20e
'" ,, _._._. ,_. 121hc
- --- -- "lillie: black, it'lllit \KlireV.Ml .111.1: 1111.: l
sot P 6 e u,. 2Sc \ '' I
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NAT SEZ III 'I. Tf)11T11 s ,1'1"\1\''\\, i
: .
: nd Mia II Q. Smith and -" II ;
IIt.Il..llto:0.: : : : "" 'C'IAI4; 4,1t.\I\; 999
ljiie.1.ler 1.'vl'lly. of Jacksonville .IO'\'TFtl. ..., I r .ilh.IU.'Iint..I|,,' I li i I
'r' bate.. Mind: oil aermrnt ," Il lli '
pfd P\' c
you "('11' vl.ntin11': Mal,I :Mm. .1 I T MI" TII K '"< roe 29 i, 'ii :u .u iiui iiMill ""Iii'
riots for 10 to 16 hours a "
Tll\t ASH "
julhlty;; XX'eUnesiKiy SUGAR RICE
tiny and Miiili while jou \\ft-v doing. "' .... ..I,,
Sue l/L r > i 0.Mtl a
it ? \\ ..H I /h.ue. And I hive al-
Miss Shi i ley :Murray returnedto l '
.. 39c17H h 49c 5 Lbs. 25c 5 Lbs. 25c '
flays. heard Ih'ct the flrM twenh- her Plume Tuesday In Jacksonville 1Ei.u: I'r ... n

r fUe "1'.11't'r" the infest, then It after 'n week visit with :Miss I ,' I... .1'or La, I.nit Sul
25. 't/f ill./rl .01.I ., ... .01111 it11.i.SIU1'si II I.IAH\
\ Rutone. I Just. ihilshul m. tint Virginia.. Alvarez. .
hill I .. iilrahl. I .- -- -- -- 'SII.VINIp" J.9c: I'' 'r..luic
hve'at> II\<' uii 'nt .V M FLOUR 24 Pounds 80e lI
(Oiildu fake it any inure so. I emeriti Friends) of 1\lrs. Jack Prat her 1 I

:f that Old. ement up with, M..IIIf'I \ will be glad to 'learn that she is :-,. *I/F 'III \5l1 I 5 Pounds 23c t2 Pounds 43c
:inu she.-/r 1i1.\lU:: : ; it
labae- Iml'l'ovlngIIft..r' undergoing i tonsillectomy ( 0 II > J: c
I thing party In cite your ""7 t)
i too much List TliesdnyMr 1"\\1. TI"I'I' : ;
to bcitluring you
co gets .
c.in't ..ike It to the door -- -- ---- Ilk-. --I/I I M. .l"l 1 I"J.lh '
und n
yon and :Mis J, Frank Colley t .Il .. PURE COFFEE 25c
-let Vr we won't mlud. V'li-l vinr" i. C I 21L. .
tlieker. und nieces, :Misses Katie and : 11.41.49 Ifr, r1. iiien -
gimp Fugate. pent Sunday afternoon I = /
., lnr at "" 1
.. I i'.1\\ P1( hEl) I.1.11
In Ocal.ii 1.11 11111'/ '1 Y. Ihrn I I. w / I

TAILORED to ORDER '! oiinty V- nf 1I'1--Lake;:; : Huller; h'l k---r win;; transacting Union. 4 I',

'I' .... ,, ,
business in Stniki t Tues '17' h. 19 r t,

Fro ':'\ any of our 250 Spring 'All Wool" Fabrics Iii yI III II, 'If. cr: etc. 43 2 No. 2 cans 15c 3 Tall Cans 25c

I in any style you 'cantI t tI I :III unrl Mrs: Ernest: AVllmul l land i 5V M/l 1'ii' I 'n.II. ..

I I I l I unily and Mrs Mary U'ilmol A A 17C .I 4. CHEESE Pound 20c

fttlftCT FIT spent| Thursday of last week with I I'U.II ii h 1Ii;n.\r. OIL t I l

Wt GUARANTEE XIi and Mrs XV Jo:. Miller In Lt'ebUI' ,.- '
I i : K -I. r' I.' i.&L i11t SlJill l Iiitriinl 1..I.ri..1 C.i: Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 pkgs. --S

/{ 4:OI.II: too. S9C fill.I 1 riM t
--- ---
I" 4 IIKA !1 foi.nd, n... CORN 6
I Col and Mis J. Jo:. Flitch and l ,.."..1.., 7.ie cue f Krisp FLAKES, 3 pkgs. 20c

I i 'All Wool" Mrs A, J. Lewis of DcLaml were T, \4 l iII r I
I it -
II S or $2475 weekend guests of .Mrs: Kutch's \ Jf JfI''J. M tI' 39C59C 'U 0. r fI \I. tll}I \lU' lJel". 1 r
,rl i''
UIT"The Top.II" sister and brother-in-law: and Wit KHMIAMI'OO: J
;; coelI Mis. H I.. Hrownle-e 1 III u i in"UN riii' cr: I VINEGAR 17c FRUIT JARS 8Se"lel" ''
Site FILL kr.l"'.10 II.,.11 rr.i.l.i.l. I ;
--- -- ---- "t'l
'-'UO.\'T OIL :' \ 1t-i-oII:: ,y?, : I
Mrs. J. T. Smith and daughter/ 32.c )If''t\ 1,1 b''' ,'" .u.ut HT 'l t .,I.

I price; you fay it Marilyn Ann, of Jacksonville' visited r----- --- ----------- -- -- ----..

frie'nets here recently Mrs ; CLIP: ms 1c"-Clt rtrro.x : SAVK: ; 2.-. TOBACCO IOeIHI-PLANE ISc
the tii-ne to tteryonecnytthtrt" Smith was formerly Miss Veiaj : ) i '
f Grt thin Cars :Nom 1 erfume and a generous( I
I j, May Hoffman, "f SiurkiJos 25< Ilze Ux tf the famous $2.00 Cara NVnne; r rj

I ..gelIII I K- Wilson -II -CVall.- :;: '. w P j :,r Face Powder for" only 25c! and thin coupon. Matches, 3 boxes IOcMatches, 2 pkgs 15c u u11PI.I

I S Clip and Inr-i to our >nK Drug r
r I Smith, A. .1 I Thomas. N D XX'am- i coupon E.ILI11,1' U.. ( IiiL'. r h .. tells "' .
t Offer during this sale I
Stue' ttJday. good only \
aright, the Jr Green and C Cove A Knight Springs attended ', Nct redeemable; after June\ : 30 J9'7 r: deem! I Ii CIGARETTES 2 'Pkg 25c Ott

II Rotary Club luncheon Monday i r "upon' early' .
S ,S j jI
I I'I -- -- -- Nu IE ."
Miss Marjorle Stump,; a studentat :..nYiwn -.'.'

1 II' tr"141.. (1tN/ ( : MCI I the Florida Slate College for. I I wuuwnl/Nd_=' AllllnES! "". ." -I NO.1 IRISH POTATOES 1 l0 lbsl 23c'J '

Women arrived today to cpend the '--- -- -- -- ---- ---- - ----- J 7I.I3EANS .

Mrs summer. F F with Stump her paronts Mr and MITCHELL'SDRUG -r 3 Its 1Oc LEMONS, Doz. 17c

-f SQUASH, Jibs lOc Lettuce 714c '

The Rev and Mrs J., \\ Austin

of Enterprise: were guests; Mondayof STORE

f STERNBitUG's their daughter and son-in-law. BANANAS 4 Pounds 15cq11 ; rv

the! llev. und Mrs\ U M M'ntgrm.1' -, / r 1

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'I \ I - -I- ,tin riiadford' ) ('flatflt Florida, towltThe : -P.C": '. -
I ImposiHibility howexer. since! it 4- W''r'Ii'; >. .. ;
I 1I, p1 N .
SW', of .sil; of N\V4 and "
I < SCli. lip
''glows profusely from either vrgeItatlvc I I't XV i., of :NK'4 of sw" 't ami N'a' of Xotlt't ,.,
th I lid
l ,
I ,Mil:', t SW of Si. J7. Tv\i| 8Miuih 'lij .
parts needs, l 11 1 widely ,: :> it ; : and I In ti.'l'or'tlat I t.'t' ,.
I H 28 Ki" Bt 50 attiCs' more .
I siattc-reil and Its ",.eds sometimes 1 or li'KM, loKclhfl, Hllh all urn lot' final' tlei i.'e of. r", ', ,,

FARMERS SECTION I stay in pomls for years before theygerminate 't LIVE STATE NEWS hfi nltiKUlaf'..MliianintH a til- rights Hitd, 1t"I.t.member p .It-, ,rend'IlldKe, 'led of thi'euti liv ,I lion'h'I ", .. \

I Much eradication ( <'oiinty' 1"01'10'' ',,
/ as complete H nt-Ca tn I thf* mild iHeniiNir, beI .
t that .
"-i'tiuhtt/ 'auv ,
I is to he desired, it Is. now I*.niliiK i.l' In anv, n'la" .incl.li'nt
News of Florida in Short Itaragraph" in H p|>t't'la InhiK, fonitvhfifln' i-'. ,r i iftnKe
Demonstration Atzenta I admitted to be beyond accomplish-. Coi'pnratfon' I i isI'
Conducted by I i C 1 K I'iHll! > .M \V. I \ : :
lniId I ,
: : An sppclal M.isTVr In Chiineery. Ila I, 'l t in I o
i meat KMliMT: : ; & 1'.I.IIi'fAII..y. in-- :Nit: iHJ.. i In* ,'Ifd, .

I \Vh'nt ni-st, cannot be era et thu
f I cd. the next; hist thing la control --- -- --- -- I fi.21 lt-il-4: iieh. In rioril, ?(hiKh'D it,*. >

'tool t "I| I th. 1 .
K: .lt'Iiisk) cltriculturiHt with I M'l:( M I. .l UKMt. \. IKK nVS4I Hia.ir.url, t
M IMKH HR\n DIEM TO F.1.t'T .KNot lionxe In SIup'ltt'! 91i i i 01 i .
J the State Extension "'!rlll lllltllH Of '
Agricultural Mill I I.
Hints To HousewivesWrekly RURAL PAI..ATKA \V. F Carter nupcrvlting LAKE BUTLER mayor mar- : : .li... IH heiihv' Rl\en that nnd, ..i iI .111 I 1":17.: thH tnllon. .r II" ,I
S'vlce. proposes that farmers anti) I schools shal. city tax assessor and two I HIM! us .Ih"'IM li d, l Ity that <-et'lain' final pielnli-tB"' Bltlliite, In, ]I', I
f glowers! use hyacinths to fertilize : principal of cIty : d.ilii. ..f f.,,'erloKllt'e ,lendeied, liI >' IV I",1' / '
COMMON SENSEBy dioil after several months' Illness. council will be elected here In a I II"". II. l.. "SrliiltiK' "" .In.IK"' of i'iiMilt '- I 'omnit, 'iifhiK :Hail, if \\
Demntra- their dtius trees and.l other grow ruin"i-l of IlrHdfoiil County Florida 1< : ,
from IfomrII City schools wore cloned for the municipal election June 22, C. F. 1"f s\\' .
ing ctopH. HEsays the weed.1 has I In t'hiiit''r'I', In I that i. rtalnIIIIUMI / Si'i ">4. Tn II s I:
on !'.pr UllMtt' T.llab.-. SPUDS JOHNSON : day In his honor. Carter rame here Rivers, incumbent en Id I lO'IIil'lug In xiild', i.mil., whiieln! l,uu I, Nona 10K5( ft i ,
considerable fertilizer value, and IM .. r. r "
nine from Miami, Koach --e-- I.-\ 1>smith ti IJitililatnt| for P.nidr.ld I to i'nn t't'i oi I n ,111|
has the additional advantage of tIng ,('-,I years ago t I ',uitltl..y Hunk, a i oiiiiiiallon.' In "KaKt: amiV eM, t I aft .. .
( I.KKINO ('UHlltSIOTlIo: ; M .\TKIt: IIt'.%CI>'Til ('.\SlIt Floridasoils The widow and twn daughters l'Oi>l'fI.'STtHSItt'f: : pitt' liii Itt and! K: VV I lla\ci it til I nif* in.iii. oi,. I..,,.. H I,"
game In nature. DAYTONA BEACH Rome 20Odelegate [ ilcfenda nti" Ii, t.IIH"o.:" lt12;!* t hiit"'"'iBlKHi'd '- :"\:''''' h'-ua't-'iv dn.tenter '
AS KH.IM: ; > MarjoiieandPor'Itt. II\II'V" '' '
I''ItU '
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; A household sfifety-firal rum- me Improved) for crop production Sn'ltil| Mai-ter, by said dele of sutl,,) tin, l h "
: .. attended the opening of -t,n .. 1..1".1 l will\ HtM .
FI'UTII.Iltl1.TtltI.I.: : : : -- | HHparali-lv aiol-i' limn to i l'iu si l .
1 .
paign against the clothes moth by the addition of organic I I 3t; At ItEM the thiity-flrst annual conventionof I to I the hiMlieNt IliItlt.1, foi. iii.>ih. inflonl of fait) >.-<:. I'1 .Hinl.niK ,.
need not bo expiniiixe: to he MICte matter of south, flnltt, dooi. ,,if .."nl y nI"I ,CUM: tin.lie .
The water hyacinth. supposed 'to I MOORE? HAVES G S Dodge! 'the Florida bianch. National i' >'ttill'iltIs't., In siatkH' Floi,'.Ida. duiI |. of.a I.I N I':' ,. t li.nlonu ,.
'''sfnl male. the Florida ItiK Ih liual I liourr of l"> ,
Analyses at of District POKtma..t..rsther. I HII on Minidav Soul. h line .it. .
; methods of have ben Introduced Into FloridaIn II I County Agricultural Agent, said League j| .liini, 7lh 1I7( each Iht follovllitf ,- fuilnt' ..t heir.innlni', ,'oJ.
Station show the
Pimple, inexpensive untilit Kxpcilment: hya- Principal speaker today will d-Hillbtil pi,'iMilleeM, tiiwlt : I*,..i.In ., '
the latpilO's.. has spread 'the Gladea County Soil. Conserva'tion (I : : :: : :; :: pin ton i .
thorough cleaning and) cit reful inthn to carry a content of one percent be William I.I Dixon superlnten-i 1 J'atitl. tint .lleuliinlliM,. at tin* S W =.Ei. and l:'" ..r M i:
threatens to infest every freshwater Association approved worksheets 1"1" ) of Ti-iiipli, .'i', ...nntami 1',' '' .
best l 1'I'| 7 s I It I 21 I i I':., .
kingIt 1(' still among; the and about 4 cent .
nitrogen .
pat lake anti stream In the slate per | for 3! ((5.2O6 aides' under the dent of the pout office department "" ,. ami. i inno t 'nl.."", I tin' llll,, \1' 111 I tight| .
for /1I'ol'Ungwint..r clothes and potash, (''n a 4 per cent moisture division of postmasters. The annual Vortll II". "f I't'iitt stitil' 2.M II lu I I.col K III Stint hei n ..
At first thought beautiful" becauseof (11 soil) conservation The 'lnki St tii'it 1 01 ,Sand.- l.anf, .
blanket Pry 1'\\ lInlng. washing, basis This uould indicate that the proRram "IHOII I linllload I I i KM I l.i.. "at". d ., .
its flowers and Its quick growth 1''lan.1 Includes truck and conefaiirm banquet will be held 1 tonight I Ihttut' =N""llliiil\1 I aloiiM I'h.* "I'ainrlit anil' l". i I"h'"f" \""
I in soup and. water thorough brushIng plants, diied'' to four ("'1' cent moisture sugar following a motorcade The postmaster's ,- ''H' of l.aki* ..I''t.'eI. 01" suttt.l'rsetn. I I'l.nil: :No' I .1 I a.* |I... .,' .
in ponds, it was soon found! to be a in the muck iiron south anti'I i, I.n".' I INI fl, t"hi in .. I IIiiHt: on lintli.inill. hit' IIIK.: aN.t. i onn ,
A ;, During. and winning,: are effective would have a let tilizer value "i. n
J elected offloeis.SU : .
'I with I'lnll Sli't-- t :147 ft l.iAVt'lllIt ,
hinders, and -'rae- of SXX i, ,
pest" It navigation east of Moore Haven eml-muck .1 \
and l cheap ways of destroying of .ihoiit $700 a ton While green e----- |i''ttil'I| |'* '. t lit tit ,'i.itil' It III."." 21. Tw p 7 s It :'I 1
pleasuie bunting mars the bcau- countl y W"II' of Lake Okeechobeeiand ,tin. \\ .'st Illif n|I''i'i'"1,1.1-| | .\\HMII' ,". IM'n "run 'Pant: .1JI:\ : '.1.. ,,, ,
I moths Aol l film unbroken paper and tindiled. they would be. worth : 'IIKM'S:: I".\1NTI.NOGAINESVILLE : ,li,> ,p.iii.l, nf Kliinlnir. tham... t I. 1 HnirIT ) .i
I\' cit laluR anti rl\is renders mosquito -: fenced pastille, for I h.' ti.' N. r i'',
with edges I tightly scaled will rae- from fifty to sixty cents a ton, nsleitillyei non-crop William Lock- ,i'i ilK In lh sI.i> ill'. .S\\ t. iiml I h".1, |_ III. n. .. \\ .
/ eontiol more difficult t. per- | cattle gracing s\li. ,.f :\V\i, of it.7'!', "I'wp II l SK 'tti \X ,M', lintof ,
.i.it i
vpnt moths from reaching these '. f n
hiips adversely affttts fish I tlc- Theoiganic' matter values ._ I Amid senior student at the University 1:. .'.' "1.111.1: i ....tnl".!." inn' aili'liioKIM :N;I I'l:'.. I )i.'n- :I'iiutIi,
pat ---- -- --- .
denned garments while they mestoied j' would be additionalGoing I. I of Florida was notified ,I. M*. f\i.MlllK. I II 1.-u'* 1111111" t.tttltl lint. lo point of b, .. ,
tahiti ly blat k bass in a lake or \OIMi KMXK\TS: F.l.KCTOAINESVILLK : i inn ft HIJUIIII*. ,in SK: : ." "HI" I I ih.i.'i.r, ttlinilnu. nl' Iii.X1; :

,j for the Hummer | "I"ups. M. uml_..__,_I _nn_ ilonllt a iso red, 'eH a little more" into figures, I that his painting. "Afternoon" had n.iri''''hi i r with t II lit ,,-lit'nii'ittN. lift,.t.illtiimintH / NVX ', or si:', of 1'. .
*ln nthI..nn "n".IIf'hl"ol'n, l It'n..1 no. Mi IVHusk the of water 'I The University I been selected. as one of seven to anil .a,.IIUHII, 'tt'iuin.I t I lht rffn ; s |It 21| );,'HI, .,,."i illifii.
;;" ;; ; ; ;; ;:- i;' ; : the capacity: of water iou absorbing says' are-a of Florida Young Democratic Clubnamed ,lit.,ItiiiKlnu, .n, in iin\\\ii |'|"-i"lainI.UK. I ,'t, south: t III. ;, nIt \
J. and gum camphor;; in I the form, of heat and thus giving protection h> clnth' in the St Johns Hivertertitoiy I repiesent the state of Florida in I ; "Unit,*. ,In stat' k*', Inaitr..t'tIt .. Ninth nn it. i I.;,,..
balls flakes. will Steve C'Conn'II.V'sl Palm ]1"1'i l "-'J.ltl.i i liohii' ..f ,In. ,
familiar or alone has, been estimatedat .I theI'on<1 annual exhibition of Klnnlnu:. '
to adjacent ciops dining told Beach president to mic'iced I'hilip 1'.1, 'I'" .Ml lit >lW..f> 1 SMI III. i iKlitol .i-t'iii'_ id MHI ,
i. give added piotectlon to morod articles 30.000 acres each of which j, American an opening in New Yoi'k I 1'w"i i: Sllnlluiiv I II t! 22 I Cunt: I I\IIK| \VIHI i.r ,13:\ an I.mil..1. and, I
nights "Sr
Bcall Ji., FVnsiicola. Other' off!- ..,.... ..
: I / i
|"t \\ij .tOW': of .
tiilninK III
Into fumes I Hit* .
by June 5. hose is |
viipoiating: would produce 100 tons of green, ( ] Lockwood home tugs *
Eradication of i the pent now Is an ceis mimed include Ji'hn' Slater' ''W't i' \:; .. "'"1''' .., itt't'tttgtif I tilt 17 .
,I which penetrate| fabrics an,1,I kill material annually or 3.000.000{ tons in Gainesville recently won a prize It.H,' 'III*!..II...'. \\lth' Ihf' Ifiifliii-iitH' I ii'i't'.i ..10\.-. e\i IIIMJX t MI. eii, '.
moths in them Hut such Smith. Giecn Cive Springs, first I iit--tlirttuttt'uitn" 11".1.1I "|"I""H| iit-\\. a\'B, of 11.71:: I _
any for the e-ntlre area. At fifty cents for oil painting in the exhibition of a. it '
vender tobticco tar .pine or vice president henry Howl on.I I I lit. I i'l,III ,III. ""..lug nl. I In nn\'l\"y' up' \ ,llh alJ anil i-lnmilm, .
fumes must he concentrated to be even In"p'dlpray" or camphor in a tun this would have an annual ; the four nits, society at Palm C,"i 1,1,1"10\,, I .111',it i* In 11t'rr"I..1 itit'nuit'i't', hei. t.ditaii, ",. i.,i "
I Jcick .fI. | inn
.ff'ctland should be used at therate Hei tttui'tI'utlttit't.H in i It i.-i .
fertilizing value of $1,5000(10It ( : c h. i "i j .
of in
expei' entomologists Joseph) Nil hoon. Talalliassee. secie- tll*' i''lh''tt'iitti" ,i'oii'i', I I 1) I I.'tt.t'iluti'I .fl. inn.. h..h'n..I".. oi" I In nnu. .
it, one pound for) each 10O cubic liars feeding value for livestock I -- -- -- ,I t ttt.t'igoti'' ". to. Ml .. ,
entomologists in the V S. Depnitment : ; W, j 'I"l: KI i i|1.1'-! tn |MMU01|
; ::
tary: and treasiner and! Winslow. > l nl I s\S i : i "
n .I $ ,
IKIif .
feet t of .mill"- .pace: Themete of Agriculture The entomologists also and, has been used lo.j, \ .\:>1' II\MN:I'C; iicHti: .. r.nti i'Unix'' i l't.i i .1,.1l
st.t. |IftaIist'it, N : .
I.; Sullivan Tallahassee. nerge.ini-at-. \ II, I.film: In h. a I i' I lii '
odor will not spoil the moth also found that the I that pin pone for more than fez tyyear's. JACKSONVILLE': Conrad Van1I'mn ". 'in" 'Pvp II I< I II! J. K.ixt.: anil, l"in'" i ml',' i n I p.r', '"i
nppttrte ,11'ms. .' .'iii.ilmnu, in .i. I. It iii! "I! I. HS. .in.I.. 1't'r', I'. 'i,,,1. i l i l'
Stllte.Iflll'e Commissioner.
odor of tar or cedar oil in paper .. --- _. .. ,;, ill, unit |I'''i i''ii ..I l I;'.. 'i r :NIvit' ...r"W' 'tn 0:' I I'. mIt--c I -1 ]
,'i'; Moths ate heartily in tin alrnon-" clothos-hngs has no deterring ef- By making more wldespiead, use said in II statement the in- lViiig i mil it. in ifN i..ii! ..f stattIt.mil 'rtd.tii., It" h, h.

i! phere scented with cedar drifd! In- ft..ts on mothsI of lIon their garden orchard, and I'l-'E': litTALLAtIASSFK \I "SO i .".'._"... ...u"tI...... ......_.. .,...I' .,.... "Ct..i.... .."n.. ...<....... !I';;,. .1. .Nl.milk. I t 1.'"111111"s. !" |I"rut| 'I'WI|_l I; !5:. II I JJI. r ri t it.I::1 r I." ,l h.,,' I..,..hillI ,'.. i,

--. ,..- .. -- .. -- --- -- 'I field crops and In feeding their : ; Flutlda Mute Uoard. l and I the old Florid. F.tnergtncy : ,' 1.- 'i- .1..I ,< ,lri ,'., .M.iv .
I College studentsill Send, one- of P.elief Administration I: I I 1"/111\\1\:/ '. i'iitii: 'MA.Nsi ::
I cattle farmers adjacent to waterin ; was .\. "I" :lii \|I.. I ,ill' Ma*'
BOREE FUNERAL HOME which hyacinths are > their number to train in an intcinatkmul "- piejiiilired und inaccuiate." "A KM; I'; II'I A. INltIIitlsittt'3' :' / "iS\ti. l I IT A. K .Mi I !I'.HI
I full llnof ('a..I<('I* & I'ndfrt.iUeri. !Supplier, I I would be obtaining something of 'I / Khuinnn\ In.stiliilo this few wild charges sharpened by -. JI I !,:. .II\ 4 1 f. |I' I .' 21< It t if.6.4\'* fin, pi,ill,

.\ ,:8IL.NE. SERVICElJ.t : value. and ut the same time keeping summer In J>tf'pa"/lUon/ for ,peace/ pri-jiiiiire H hasty.. Investigation in '

ANsi :Mtilll down II troublesome' l pest> WOI k as the lesnlt of a tap day whll'h Marines w'<'le made: to I lie and

I 53:} IIIONE 53 I ,- --- e- -. |, held hen this wei-k Iho volunteer we have the story of the progiess" '

(.. 1J..flt::>i1lotTT.JJr.: { : i.'i.a'l'li'.nai| : (IIKMI: IsltlC I delegate from Kim'Ida State Col- that has been made thus far In thetnvestigation'

J legevull he :Mi.ss. Virginl.i! r Allen WHATIS
.\ IftEhIFI,1K1INSTITEJTHN": I IH'\'II.: t'IOl'o..ts) : 'roMl >> he saul A :Senate:

t _ : I ) l-IAJhJIt>> KKsK: : !< IIfJAINl'SVIILK I' Hiooksville Kophotnon/ who is committee, assisted by investigators -
head of the local until i| of the
and( .
a State Auditor. Is
,, ton
I ': : The Kl
: r-I BEASLEY'S RV cisiiTI"j farm 1 f'hemiriglc Council. formed recently drew up and ,submitted, a statement 1 Issued over his signatine : YOUR

j l''Pt'oily heie. will undertake to aid I i composite' neutrality. hill I I n t 0 KloiId.i '- said one of the InvesllKatois

I in the establishment of a ihemuigl '- s Congr'ssm'n.IIHs Allen alo was a dlsc-haiged, employee of

I'd 1 :i STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS (' research foundation in connec- Kloifd.i- is publicity (Iniirnin of the FKRA who had said he would "get

titflwith the. University of Florida Inteirollegliite Peice: Council even' for being dropped l from the
Iu med I last i week .,it Knlhns ( 'ol- '
t .. : Its member said The research payroll He is investigating,: some i S.
I I'H .
t \ 1 lIKr.N& ; Tl HF.sM: ) H \rriM.IKs.: OUR liliEs .\:>i I IJ ...
I \ VI."It. .foundation would seek to developnew charges he made himself the Commissioner .
I.IKS; .\Itt: I I'Ell'rlN.trLir.tl: { ) UN TKKIIMl :.;. -
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uses for products of the states said Theauditor's
"to\t't\lt.\SIIIR\IO: : )
TII. '
OI'TIi| SK'ls: KK:< OKI{ ) IN
\* .\MIINO-rOIIsllINt.MN: <;_r.KKslNG! .\ !' II, fit'Ids. forests and mines and! thus charge that the cost of adminis-
"b Sia'<'iiilty I TIB! : ; sIL-o..Elt* IN establish new Imlustiies and bring tuition old 1 age assistance ia 2864 I 4
I t 4 KOI'S IS ,\.\,\ 1.I OiH.\\1: i'
new wetiltn/ to the state. percent or $3.22 to give away $11, I

FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 : Membership In the new group Is "sixty-six per cent wrong" said
The I93f of Hoil-consei ,
ttt I consists of some of the state's' acreage Van Hyning Actually. the stateS
.\SK .\BOrTF. ving In the Southern
1.\, :MOTOR crops Region
Our PricesAre t leading bankers, industrialists, scientists menl said the cost of administering
.\NV IM1ME.NTn : In which Florida is located.l. the
was YOU
_\v o.v TIKES LINES AGKXT1.AC1 : and agriculturists J. A largest on record Cully A. Cobb benefits is $1 OS for each $l1.j j 1
I Griffin of Tampa is president whiih Includes a pretty compllcat-
: A UVTTKKIKS Right director of the
( ON Agricultural Adjustment
h I Randall Chase of Sanford vice- ed job of getting proof of age residence (

.:- -.-.- _. _.- -..--- --.---,-,-.- -.!.' president and B Williamson of I Admmistiatioti Southern and citizenship."
Division has/ advised the State AimtrBoI4I
,.I --.-......... _-o: .
!>,',cultural r."tenSlOn ::;nei'vice NOIH rVnliif :
I I ;0, I IN hi'lehv K'';* **!" to ('leditolM i a I
What Do You Cobb said there was a total of "( ti,.. Kntatt: of J. W. Morgan, d.! .. Story PictojI fltRRfSie"1'

Need I approximately 21,500,000 acres in I .iruxiMl tii pii-n.'Mt" their (liilnmUKllillst I w FARM
hip said.Itite
In the Colin
ri' i
1 Alabama Arkansas. Florida Georgia If" Jinlifc i>t HiHilforcl. I'out"Iy. In due '- JOURNALS
Louisiana Mississippi Okla- "'ni. \\ II hili I'iKht, tniinthM fn,'iii the
I rlixt I pulilli I .atlini of I hi.I notli... itr I ho
homa South Carolina and Texas ilalin' will.hi hiui'il. )hv Ill\\!. Hlsii,

;'I I j In Printed Forms Office :i on which soil-conserving crops paall aiitiiiiniH ,I.... anti eninte. to CC
fi Supplies, or Social Stationery? I Iwere I Ii. Illlll*'! HfRIIMll I p ft, a
planted by 0hlke
year pioduc- \ Irla V :Arnreun. ,

( Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING !) ':era participating in the program rll
This is an increase of approximately I -- in,
ttt' : hit C ,-
I 800 cent the 'nil' K -\PI'IIf'-\'I"O'li c3
per over acreage re- '
Etult 'r tI 1: Int:.. -:.- Lit,
LETTER: HEADS: )::; HfHUER STAMPS AND PADS I ported by the Census as being; In ..runl<> Illll 't>, tilt: 0 WeTc as '41' 0 c Daln

I soil-conserving crops In 1029 In the :?o.OTJ"J': ; 1 is KKny: : o 1\'F.\: ThAt ._. a ; : -''
', 'Vt11 Smith huliltT of Tux rertlfIrale 0 cia: _
For business purposes ard social t1'a"e. You; find new uses every day for rub- | Southern Region. This figuie includes .No 170, Ixmicil I the Snrt Jay nt 51g13tcrit -;;;; --- UCIalep I
!! ) lulv, A. I n 10I4: hits fild In 0 ''lit, ii',
attention same
Special sin'n to work in two t6
or' h" = soil-conserving
and the practices
-r tamps time will .
ltr I
save soon Q
you r inv .rfl"l am a! IIHA niaitf* "roil| icit tutu 0 O Was' 6 z.
I more color: *. Your letter htacl should In a fiiy for them. A\o\ best quality: inking j that were substituted In lieu of for a tax iI.-eil l l itt be luMifcl) I trifiu,. 0 :: : I C Ottpp mild __ -.2 v,
I :5alil Pert iflt'att'" embiaceH -.
the folluw.lug (
p work of ft. Q 'I '
art the soil-conserving ,
-v&t:: away from scratchpad CEd.!S. crops .!Morll'tir' "pirtpi-rty In the tonntv C't ii '11! D'iuibafl5Ol7I J. 9

] variety I Increased,! of Itrndfon :State of t'lciilda lo- '
i ,.*, --vr- plantings of cowpeas, wit: tt0':2: '- a 5n45 ''U?' 1 V9

; I ;i vrlvetbeans\ und other summer situtheant t Quarts] of :''oo'"h..R.t 0 p, ,>. 5Lttithttetlt yr. l ap, ?'ara'3 Yr.
II beans accounted for a large portion Ljiiinti-i" of ,':","Ion S 'I'wIIRIII" > : _-3 ye.
I 7 south, I UIPKA 21 Kant: 0 -;:: ',
: .\ DDI r. MACHINE: HIRHONS i iOf i lof : 'miutinhiK _
this There .,, 5pttI
I "" ocrenge was alsoI I lit i iai'illire i''r \mat, I r ______.
i ENVELOPES: i ma ked increase in the Th. .........Hln" .*lltiliulit ..f thairl properrfltlffonte .- O'Tvus '-.2 p,.
: course you knew we carried typewriter I acreagei t,. ,r- I thf' *al Itt! I t lanueilf
r'' I i lof v..lchlnd Austrian. pens in the \\ arin 'I.1"/ "'"' ..' r'I'> M't J. lel-l( I
Sure. LtnthEn1
'\ can already stampedfrom : ribbons but what about
,,4i you ) the adding : Region. ',",'",'r.I'lIh..
the Go\ernment. but, they will have machine? U'e have them too and the i I ..-- sit Iii ,rviiiflcntit' I shall i I h. reI S C I
pa-1 I Th..reViiS a total of 13.670-I .H2 'I,''''''..il aicidliiK I ttt lath* r>r<,per-
te about a"! much personality! IInd individuality per iclls, upon which you add up to see t- .H'.II.'I. | I th.relflilI be Hold tot
acres on neatly one million farms. OtTEII RO. I .
a* another, striped I suit at the State how much ii. Ii I Khe..t l ldr l at I Ii.- (.fMlit' hoiiiiHool
ts,I money jou'd have if everyone i coveted" by the program! on which 'I. in 111* rirnt %Vtondav In th. Tr.l) *" *.... AU Feu''
1'n'vfin Farm. !II the bilN] ,nth .lun N..pop 1 rem Only ThiU R_._', 1 y,. ror Oil,
you send them and you did. approved "' of 1t!'17. which In the
't'n't soil-building practices .t Ii.. iliv' of ,'lime 1937 Maqa.- } Mava II.. }
have to pay the ones they send '0t1. I were tic carried. .I out in 193rt Prac- 'WI-'I'IAt.I 1'11.1 thlc r\M ittii t ,'day of April 1 1937 6 from Group B I, $2.10 3 "011\ GrovpoFrE A $2.40

soil-building included A. J. THO r.'I .\,..
:STATEMENTS\ the leaving of summer legumes ( ,-,'k ..r fit."int ,'< urt
I "r Hiadforil:, ('. \I"ty. FJnrlrla. 140 I orrni no. 4
SECOND SHEETS on the land to add fertility ,.':... '.' .:,-2S TbI8 "...pap.r. 1 yr. AU Foar I'l>I8 Kcwipapvr, I Ti.1 AU 5,.

Some bu-ine'! houses' stopped 1 sendingthe :: to the soil! on approximately, 5I ,- I. -.- 2 Ma9aaln. A ( For Only 2 Mav \Ofl'-o. A
i I out dunnp the depression: but the No use to buy expensive )papers when I POO000( acres; the plowing underof I : 'r\\AppirrTIOSpott : HiKitIXCKHIC : MavaalD.kern Gr.top } .25 M.v Croup_. }c20

tim has come when you can reasonably liP) f'branCe doesn't count but if you dot'Xpf.ct green summer legumes on 1.- Illll 't>. HID\" 1 DOlfi Group B $2 3 tooiOroupBottor B
XOTIc'U is IIKKKI1CilV: ';;0:. ThAt
a fair leturn! on your investment in need! the best we can furnish watermarked 250.000 acres; the turning under of i* s. KflU.. h..I.I'r..r Tax I'M tlii-nta

; : all sizes : small graIns us green manure on ;Si 0, ,. 41:;. IMMII.MI 51, h d,,> if .pteinlir, I ._. ic
ji a three cent': stamp. We have a very special lmd.In -e\en that extra long lej. A I t 111.: ha' 1'1.' -.. .-..m.- In mv ..f-
," .tl !size that l.TbOOOO; acres, and the plowing I .. and hue made,
irice' on !"taterrepts.CAKDS. you can never borrow froir: under of tax dfil. n. l I... 1..1 applUntlon tot a Arle* lay .- n.. NotI... MocbamI' 4 Ia,oollon> 1 -
nnlan t thereon it
your frieml: Al.-o that thin onion skin sorghum / grass. 01 I'._,., I fit'ti. I.. (-tti timId. I lie (oh itiw log' w Am.flcaa rnll Or wse_ 1,75 N.d_ rtciur. II
: li'!' making copie! millet or green manure on 1,800- 'H..lb..1 i priipt-ity, In. th. C'ountv cf. I Amerlcoa N.-... I." Opo load to, 807. I T" 2 2 J';
Homo. oad CaruoM_ Opporlulrr Mo-calB.
000 acies I MiailToril.. stat.> of Florida, to-It'lr tOOBroodM's "
t. i I.fi|tM :I I. 4. d, II, 7, n. i.f Illfirk) 10. w Oaxn -_ 1.70Coppot1 Par....' MaTomiM -_ \
., t I, Cobb said reports showed thatcoopeiating \\',.itt t'llv I :OC"C''In a. Tuviinhip lamm __ __ I.TS PnUUUdor. (wookly _- : '
ii '
farmers in the Southern 7. South, KIIIIK: So, Kai I I.1 w ChUd Uto __ ____ f 3 Pymcei Culture \\]
I' I The Chrl.tfm MoraM ______ S.MCeUl : PO4S3a7 -
HCKcr-Btnent thu w
satti l l
I 1'or buine! political, and social use"! onnD:\ ENDS Region! diverted 11046000 <-ilv iiniln' t th. said 1 1 ,.rrtlflcatf prop-l H .t'. Wooklr _____ tMCoualrf Pii'Iattai 11.91. > IS 00
acre! of cropland from 1I011-deplet-1 miril. I wao I In Ihf ituc ate of .Mr*. S t BOOM, i -- I..ovat- Mocbnalim .-- >
i Either printed, ergraved embossed.!" Rubber band I MottI D.ua.i.. 1.11 Popular $ct.ac. Mnthly- .- 21i
I *. gem clips all kinds of : ing crops to Roil.c"nR..rvlncropM/ I I'"I..s saId i'ei'rifIciiti' ohl1he E'I i, 4 Dbdo Foultrr J.aaaL.. .........., .... 1.71 Sadie "... (IWcbeL4Q1)---" :;
Too many styles to name. but amples are binders ink :: ..... Fan ........ ,
even in quart bottles! we can in 1936 Of this total diverted il "uticil an-IT.Unit I to ,law, ih. erie'i'tv t r" 1.80 lIodbMlo MaiadM
t t dea'rthu'd. ih.'rt ln will be gold 1 ".Id md $--_ IIs II.rt.w .< ..Ti.w-_ -- "
here for your inspection and all price are !-a> e you money on all of these.' There acres led all other crops by a tn lisa htKlltft l"idd*>r tit tine. CnurtrimiKx i4 9,4 riowo, Orowwr ___ 2,41 I _."_4 "_ _ moo:

reasonable. must he other things that wide for iiooi' on the fimt Monday Inthf 1.4= ArtoHoodlocmftllbmty ISO i :
I escape us just! margin accounting 9.0 i9.OOO .- "nii'nth of June, If!t.t7: which' H s : ned Gadu $43: =.lc":. -. 00
,' now but you can ask.LEGAL! of the diverted acres. A total iht 7th lUv of Jun. rt- 7. H __"'14 It......... 1.70 liwrt* Artalil l,
of 1.819000 Hated> Ills I'l.th. day of Apill 1937. w Wookly 1.80 1 ttct.iftii. Yarl.q o
.t I ... 2 INcQII'
(OFFICIAL !'I- "J. UMrary Ploo.1 .80 I T. Utorr )Iaq -
Fi I I I from general crops; 129000 A. J. THOMA"! Meq...... 3s. I W_'. W.rM 1.10

t BEDDING; INVITATIONS !!: from peanuts; and 30.000 Rcr"1. I Clerk ot of Circuit Court
Bradford County Florida
w, The folder type in white or the new from tobacco to soil-conserving I I I -23-lt2l I THIS OFFER FULLY GUARANT I

ivory color. If must economize this Don't burn your I legal 1 blanks! -buy them crop. .. off.cltl. Mtsfl-HH; XOTICK you on I
from I Florida farmers diverted 65: 000 a \I.t: I
We have
I )Jtem we have a line that looks like en""Tawhf'th'r us. everything :you'll]) need acres! of which 37.000 were cotton. I *' ,tii. h.reliv rf\ ..a that UA.r you're buying a cow mortgag- haul) In tit" 'nMlniir' ;* with thar rfirnin I

li lug feels like engraving/ but doesn't cost" inv your home. Our blanks wil!! do Her}-.-:' Gainesville\ : r..n.I"'I final i cl-ir.-] hy rf'Ifon' t..d..r.A K ,.\,anti ikiui..i.al"l I encJo.. for which pIe.. send in. I

J like E'Jlra\'in) thlrp but pay the mort avt'. :t tut secretary Commit-I, Jtidfrf nf th. **lr<.ulr Court of U the m..ulnn r Ira.. cheesd to..ther ", lth.
j tees to go forward with the organ ford dttintv Klorhl.i I In "I1"n.ry. In .
: "--rtt.in .11111* infllnit In nntd U yur'. .ub.crlptloll to yoai a.w.pap.rl
I ization's ::.t"r"
activities have been : :
J Get 29 On The appointed i M hr-ln Feilerail l 1-arm MnrtI I INam
t Telephone, Please, James ITIIKVtrpirtHtlnn Itf plaintiff a nit F! '

j, The Florida Farm ChemurgicCouncil M -'h .am! MM u If' Mrs 1M ,_ I
I \ KuUb tilt Ur/t'iiOantv. ** tflftf
[: was formed as a result. of I I ili;.f Uit't.rsitnad .Ii".M...ror by
ftjild r **or.* apnolntnl 1 will ciii to U
Bradford action taken at the University of I fh** htKhfft hi-rliler. :: for 'nab. ,In, front Sr..s.raP.D -- I

County Telegraph Florida on February 20. when an of 'thv il "..tith fn.nr .I"'r.r the Hraclfni U I
ounty eotrthuuae in itarkt. Stat.jjj.jjjjjjjjjj
I I organization committee was ap- ] Florida durtnv th. lrt..I hnum. itt
I Ipo.nted. .Hit on Monday, Jun. 7th '19J7, the

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-I"H'I'" -'-- DIRECTORY: : INSURANCE "':0.: {'S-I:: Orr.KATION I CONE SUGGESTS bringing S10O.OOO pep year Into the d
,. ST PF.TKHSBL'RO: Perfoiming I west Volusi' i County section

, li\1'Tls'1'' (.'IIt'IOt OTHERS ON APPROPRIATIONS BILL DRAWS A VETO the first operation 'of Its kind in I I WAYS AND MEANS flans, tor collecting: ''hi- leaves
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; t111', II. Price. I'astar Florida; \ Dr O. :N. Nelson'o eye lIur.I' i kni-\vn sometimes!' as v.mill.i, leaves! ,

K'' H".I 10 0 clock n. m.. Faithful to it I I'umpalKn ledge genii ut the .......('I'uilloltllt'rll HUll un.ible' to believv. 'hat II'jCl.\\ or" dog tongue, began .(hnlll two.

vie gut :erupt I IA Kill.ihcml nt! .inv oth-i! I l.-gi' la- I : hit -t I es wile| ht-t'iie, comnutt.f 1 to keep Fl'irid.-i jobs. tm' KloildUun.: '.01 hole, restored sight to a blind' lators. are" not winking tot

.', oJ -hip. 11 a. m. i iB 1111'( In I Klnrtd lt i hmtur111' ; I )"- .-enst; ,- < GUVI'I nol Fred Cane' Tile Sotnrdayvetoed : eteian, by transferring': : I the .cornea ,I gist of the state as .1 whole, Coveiiior months ago!: with approximately:

Me meets at 6:3': p m. I 'onhnut'\ HUH, week teed to Iron 1 I'l-oputtcntM, of new 1I''enUI'H'I'e thestute unemployment'In; I from the c'e1f another (person to Cone lasi, week suhmitted hiM'' 1000 pounds, of the dried product

.1 ,'ship). 8:00: p. m. out their .ilillfirncra on I the biennial I nol content to. (put all of their monoJc.ttillg surance bill because it did not curry .1 I it of. the \patient thud set i'f sugKOHtlons! !: to solve 'being shipped' weekly Virglnin I

r 1'r8 Meermg, Wednesn I nppropi'lallons) hill. Indications ; (' '- eggs. In one sales tax strict residence, limitations. .. -- tinslate's fiscal. troubles., I tobacco houses. to be used. as sweet- l

Ii I were that: there would, be little buskel Other reasons, for the veto, SLOT MACHINES He recommended.Increase" enmg and. perfuming for cigarettes.nurlnB t

Ja "r\"lce! \\'etl'I' I I trouble In cnml'l.oml..e.1. indicated. might he and the past! week a total of I
1'1 ,'irer reaching: a Novelty tie bills acre' iiilroilicud which it was In horse dog ;
,n tai' I' 111. I I and that the bill, would finally he I One would, put a tax!: on the lifted when the governor's! requirements I I SEEM DOOMED ing track taxes l'UI'j 2btH)0: ( pounds, tlrll"WA"\ shippednorth 1,
of one
, ( 'panned by the! weekend' leavingthe I, floor space and gross. receipts of arc met were: I Twenty percent Increase: In through a local agent
I IIHI..T 'lIl.It1I1. to find to in'' Lack of limitation of administrative overwhelming seventy-six Virginia; firm. Two or throe years
lit legislature revenue night! clubs < ten (percent tax i lly an revenue. I
!" 'I. "ollt o"'Y'' IMHtor meet" It and,l other expenses. I I theatre tickets and on circus. tick salaries. I to ''I1'VI'n'ot..., the house wound upIts quor\ ago the 11'11"11'l'It' bringing, three 1'cents
Ii. 10 a. m. Doubled occupational: licensetaxes. driest, Declaring
uiol I' pound
The honw, after seven days of ets. Another would assess a one It gave the industrial commission. IIl'v'nthl1't'k of existence by per

yli ..01:ship-u a. m. struggle' with the m"""I II I'\'. succeeded \and one half cent tax on each ten I Instead" of the governor, the adopting!: the senate' bill to outlaw- thnt cold weather In South anutS1lddlr ft
League7:13> : p. m. ... and, sent the He declared. he believed, legislators Atlantic States had frozen
Ip: In passing it nt a total an- lent (paid i for th..t'tlc'ket.' Obpteilicted power! of appointing' a director of slot machines, '
Worship, 8:00: p. m. had made a mist.tke. in planning the wild' there tobacco companies -
tv': niml figure: of approximately $!ii,r- "I'\'ct'li cam ly death for : unemployment comlu nsitiun. : MIIO to (;Joveinor Cone for his m"1: crop
all these servK with the one-half the to six
\ Iced, to :: / / to ilo away advanced price
the indicatedthat .
v IIH! .000. second' > l measure but 1 hi"10 niitn e.The 1 1ngn
fillwrote In
The glued one percent' gross. teci'lpts tax cents' .per pound about two month.-
If the theatre tax withdrawn
were! without
k This was about StOO.OOO) n year message that he wanted all state bill was passed 1 - --- and sponsored a drive hero ti>
I' .-..h) \ It-rlaii Church higher than the senate hill, whichcalled : I Ihe night club tax would jobs held' by residents, of Florida< .unending:: the provisions eailicr, ;I"f\\ lI.n IIKKII: is "'.\1.1' \KI.I: 1 get! supplies.' A few weeks later
Pastor pass with but little objection recommended. that the measure rn.ule by the senate to declare thefiist
K g1' H. Lowry for annul, 'C".n.lIlme' by a.nd he DF.UVNlt:: If liH'al noHectors\ of the price. advanced another" penny
of slot
second offenses
-orvlcea, : the state fur, upkeep nf Its departmerls While 1"JI"ldtnrllI'nt about timebusiness changed to contain a limitation and I cents which 'is
to seven
nt pound
I will 1 ileel tongue le.ives Iii'" in per .'l
n Sabbath School. : hoards' and commissions of of finding, revenue to payfur of five) years' of Immirhatctai lull Ihint' operators after October" 1lo their they will, be being paid 1 1 now
Morning Worship.' 1 j Sri,56.:\.fl00. the Hppiopilatioiis\ : they had I. i lenre during the last. nine ( be misdemeanors and the thlid a 1 present .- --- -- --.

,i. Young Pe"ple's'es.- I>es'|)lto en sly imllc-atiunn thil' \ the made, the hOIlMI',1.\ without yell I'M m 1 the slate felony.Heated. ::.

,i" vlre. I house haJ gone "snlaiy. in id.," auditors I[ dissenting'' vote I the bill to set. up anunemployment The hill is calcul.ited(, to bring 1 debate pteieded adoption 1 I

.nette by Paator.irvlee < for the house appropriations' iusur iuce, system bat I k to Florida ninety percent of of the bill, by the house, as a small I!
\I -, :: I 1 immittee showed .as the bill a'nspassed in the state. It aiso passed a tea" the sums now paid, in to the federal minority .iltempti'il to change: \the For Expert RepairingSmith's

Mission Stu.I)'. :, that it wens $13.93)1ess: :!( 'than chers'/ pension hilL government by employers' and 'petvtlty piovlstons, to coincide with

I'rajtr Service. the $7,007.000 bill introduced by I 'I 1 hi' I litier bill previously. approved I employees! lor unemployment inMirance. 'hone ill a bill passed' ii'' \the houserveral I

I the appropriations I f committee. I by the senate, would set an It 'imposes no addition.il, weeks ngo! !

n a...n llfiiiuitfWrty| lt.i|,ltsl church, Pastor. One of the principal! I reductions, nvi-rnKf,!: 'Mil!> ) a t month i 1 pension' for 1, taxes 'I tees on employers or 1'11\\\ The onglii'il/: housebill. \, which' I Garage

!Irv; Sunday.: Bible in the house, .. bill w-is the 'very I foal to the .state estimated nt' would have
maintenamo costs for prisoners" was -- --- "1 its own measuie II
Services:: at 3:30 I
r i erDo m ,n. ;at Ilaiford: pr iron farm, from $1 Oil 100000. \ io: < i\ti: 1:1.1,1:1)1: : i ir;>; > n.a !e any operation of slot. mad) Phone 120 f

I n day to ninety cents a day an ; The unemployment Insurance U.\10ND> ); HKAC1I! : \ John D.ll'ickcfeller I'es' a. felony ;

Ill IfI;I. XI'llST ('II{ 1t<'I' I, item of $''l.OOS) m the course of a bill affecting:: 20O.OOO:! persons in Si toim-joi, of one "Iihe -'-- !

'I i I \. I)on nicy. 1'jwtor year from the 1.7CO( pilsnners. Flonda, would 1 provide< for 1 the Will h\'s\ most rolossal: privatefoitumH I ''tlllllll'.l: n lo .sclerotic niyiM'iuli'iunK l Wrecker Service Day or Night 1

-wery! first. Sun.hy.> ', With the start of the week the turn to "'loll" t yeaily some $11'-1:! and bvnef.ielor of humanIty : III t us, a hUs. '':, of the he.ut mils- : if1

rniol, 2:30:: p. m. I' leglal.ttute tinned its. principal( attention MKt.tn/o,( lepiesentlng It ninety percent 'I died In Ids: iiiiii-tv-i, >ighth yeiirSunday I ,==: : -
iv and Prayer i frvloe I tIhe busmoDH> cif finding I i takeback' from the federal at Inn Winter home "The \ I 4
ny night. 'revenue. I II I gO\'e, nmt'nt social securities) tax Casements." Death came to the '

t' aged i capitalist| who long ago had At Your Service "
..i Mili' Kjil-n: opul f'hurrl I'1 I' Member were faced. with thuspioblerrv -- -- -- ---- ELECTROLUXKerosene "t }
withdrawn feint the tumult ot the
and Sermon on they must set' aside' a In I lf10. IVnsuccila led F'lotida
Mi, ..! prayer :M.. In''
rin.HH-ial woN .it 4-o."i A. I
iii'I' fourth Sundays at i minimum of $3.500.000 II year for 'I polls in value ui' exports, having I
t'> S3.R: cent of the stale's total I the! quiet!,,! of 11 Saboalh dav\n. .Hisphysician. y
ex- h
holy. Communion Saints: old age pensions( at least $11,500- per Operated Refrigerator
1 i i : Di. \llaiiy' L. Mel ryil.iy..
and choir OOO) for schools and In the poi tsFlorida's
I ., :n" .1.. m. Litany ; n year Gives
1,, i .IM l > Fat'i. y night at 7:30: neighborhood of $ .OOO.OoO a year I -- --. :

p lit I for the general expense. If state (principal A 11 III lit I ic FREEl 1 III'/:1't-1' IIFIIRI:1:1TIO.V

I j government. M 1 a n y legislators 1 Const poits aie Feinandma, Ft
Church An jttucilvi vast packet UCOST\ \
( lirl-dhm Churchay I vveie puzzled as to where t his montey Pierce, .1 ul'k>lOlwille. Miami, pintKverglades bum when you send your (films. \\llll AMKItK'AN AT

it the Christian, was. coming from. : and\ West Palm Beach. to be dflvgloiwl and printed. < \s AMI 4 tj> :
: morning and:! evening To provide it. many lilI..Ie, Introduced *. Anv cell 10 ji'htn.FLORIDA ROBERTS CASH STORE

'.''I: seven' o'clock reapec-: ; I many others wore' in 'pioLCHH Miami: exports in 103j! WI'I'e111 PHOTO CO. Bennett's Serv. Sta. \\Iii Iltl\1:111\ .t'nl'oli: : l 1

: of being! drafted' < .is, Die legtslature I ued at :$Sj. :)o.H39: her Imports:: in Bo< *!121 lacknonvilla.. Fla. I ,AM: .1'\11: KOOM: II

--- | went into the last two weeks 1935 valued at $31l>ir,](;H. I -
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Many of the ('conom.nuntle. ['
BOB) JONES f threatened the senate" and I house v ;

with a I ii-vived slot machine: tat H q

Comment On Here i i1(1 sales! lax and an extra session in SUBSCRIBERS

an attempt to hold down appropriations MORE
Hereafter :
\ /( but few of these threats

I were given serious' consideration.A .

c :N'KS: one of the )Jones general three percent sales. '
returns : few of the commodities !
tl!' has recently tax, exeptlrig
mgelifctic meetings in s.I I of modern life was. introducedin '!
attlr ishmgton., A real spirit the senate by Sen. S. <' Smith I II

uai' .Wink)! M' being dune in the grew 1',',01' Luke City ait! the week closed. :. ';. & MORE PAPERS '

No; thvu-st by an evangelistic' com Smith estimated the bill would It

mittoe, i imposed of business anti I I hung> from 12000.000 to $15.000.- I !

|".riti'"i' i"nal. men. Our churche,,, ;, 000 a year to state. coffers It carried

i .o> AfightvU
m.n. '\hmety and with pro : estate tax!: millige. and for distil- i MORE PROFITS :f;

jm 'tmili'mg' : -hey have little tim luUon of all revenue to he received.Meantime I '

n 41 'mi, left for aggressiv the feeble threat of a .' '

.;, -e ..1 I 'm. theiefore rah I special session seemed! to be losing I IRI'olmti aJy '! i

mt' ''It'( is "j: t l.iymen for the us. revenue measures calcu..te" -

l p ,,1 u It i.i n' .1 i 'hr Gospel' and fur to hit the tcwt-Ht". numberof For Advertisers I I i

ii r K e: n..1 last souls. The' : Florida 1 tatpayeis were drawn ,i

1 i A stimulating t-pirltu tees. / II, /
i i* ".""I" ilolightful. rest I on I Principal of these measures! !

ii B\ the way If any of wee e: // / 'i III: '1"1:1.1'11\1'111-\: ; : :\ IMIOITDTO( ( ANNOINCI:' :' ': THAT :SINCI\ : ': .I.\ \ I'\HY i TIIK: 'Htj:, ..

j\ i l I i.ii.ng a westein! ton I| Five percent: : inc'ii.ise In horse sruscitii'TioNs{ \ :\ :\ TO TUIIKCOr.NTY : ( t;
IIAVII'Aii': :
that FOI.1.0\\1; :u I :;) ) ';.\ ) -: :-\ f'I
] i 1 1.1 t me suggest track pt d-lnrttucl pool tix- -, to go i I

li' urn Chicago to Se; to general 1 revenue fund cclI s-r / ( ()( :' I'AI'KK. TIIKItK: : I IS:\ ]NOTHING; :, (. I :Nt, ( ':SI\( .\ AKOCT '1'111.on:\ TIIKni.iu.rirs : I'Yl 1

., I.om'e.ltl." : to ( .1.I Two and n hilt peictnl IncreaseIn \ AT THI:: :SA.MI\ : 111111< ; I.KVKI.VKAIt : : ..1 '
\ UI.MAINS: : :
< :-lllw lukee Road I"I ,1 dog! tl mick pool 1.1 '(I'H. to gu to / II : :: ; : :\ USCKIITION:\( :\ ):\i LIST: ; .

i.I i'Iii lymjiian: This titui, I I genital 1 I itvenue fund / : IN:' AM:' >>> VKAH Ol'T.( TIIKOlMill( ; 10011< ;< )( ) ) :SKASONS\ : ( :' :\ AM II UAI >)>. IIOXMIVKUVK : f.i Iii IiiI'IJ'U f

ortl comfoit '
in aii'i. Fifty pcicenl incrt-n-e" In li'({Uiir .
Ol- TllltKK:":
i. I have tiaveled,l m1ny; :: t taxes, caliul.ite.J to 1 bun, ,; ,n an extru i \ DO ('O\:-\II\ >EH: I'I'r1 IIICII ('O111'I.1111N'1"1'11.1'1'( :

i i I *till oOIds and I hHVm ,, $2.000,000:! :' a yeni : IVIKV: ; WOKKIN:' ( ; DAY) or TIN: VKAIUOMKIN: : : :' ANDPAV I "FOKTIII E: I ,i 1';
liners numbers c.r
"; Ponblcil ('l'cupatl"n'lllIcel1itc' t fixes t\\
1 I i' I di net remember to 00.000 AND:' WITIIOPT( ( ANY:' SI'KCIAI.:\ : .KI'TOKT: ON
> rc-pc.ftetlly\ good 1 for ;$" a CVJt } 9 TtUiIL\1'1I: :( VOI-l'NTAHII.V.) ( \ "
'' \ bud any trip quite so r. 'OTJ-" : TOI..EHS\ NO !;;
,, yea TKI.KfiltAI'll CONDtVTS) ) NO ( : : : "
i We und restful, and cer Doubled gross ,receipts tax over OPH1 CT. Till I
i trip mme interesting the present one-half. of oi.c percent IMtiMirMSTUIiSONIYTOMAKi: :\ ; : :' : TIMKNDS.: ):\ MY Tl'IlNINJ:' :" ; OPT TIIK': BEST iii', ,", ,

ii \ till on "The Milwaukee 1.tw. This 1 full |plan was I believed 1 H

i .ittle to Chicago capable of bi inging in $2,000.000, a :'\ 1w': I'l'I:1111'IIiN011.1111,1": : : :' TO. .' '

e r ,' ", ,
yen has voted to < ndrv, 'Ir... ', c'.1: I'us.lI/ '1'. t. Iiirti IdSnru'tame ;. .
itiel l
senate already Is i roil .
viol: Jones we n.'I. "r.
College .. 1..11.. .
.I..hn. ( '
i. n
,. \11 .matt
h""I1'.1. 11. H. flirt o. 4'r'. ( Y;
ore-half ot one
l't'l''c'nt 'I '
repeal the 1935 t'r".t If'
vi-; .I. n. ( h..hi..r.
omivery interesting 11.,11. "P"
.bath. .1. I.
Y..1: 'OIl'! ", 15 11
Griffis at.
tiAIs.i.. nearly t. I. l'I'r C Iris I' Purr. ii. 1. .,,,..lrrn t
iernpt.4 .1. I.
'Ut I ly One of the roost In- grow n. Ilitrh 1. 51. I n "rlr. "r... K. K.: iaalw. F: .1 1\\1. "
''I half dozen hills' to false I the! ( .\ II. .1"11". I'. 1 1 rush' I. 1"\1.\ t.lrl: Irnrge. II. T. I I"OJ' ,
a \I
.iid! schMiiily men I know .i-i. /I'. aInran, 'I.... Slit Iii' HlIillr.l., II. 11. ford. 51r''. U f.
'. ihur' Brown fllm'unreJII- l\ present occupational license taxes .' tars.1. \I. \i anima !'t. ..1.nriiuin: 1. I'hnli": ",.. T.1 11. 1\Illlarn., O. I.. 11"1., ..1..It"I.. 1 i iJ
? '' I\lIt. Ursa I
"t. ( 't.
Columbia who -X MHW BV 1 ,it. U. Ou9r'nn' ', I.. s' IIlItI.,. .,I. ii; 1.11.111.: It I' I
: IIp..lte filth "f the : "'tll'h. 11..1 r: 1'f"'II. \\.In"rl'hl. .I., (
iiitnt Is' tu hI1Ite1111' ... nh's. 1. 1. t.1; tarts. 1. Ilr.u,1.e.. Uri., I :. I I.. tugs.!:!: .I. H. h'I1- 1\ ( I
-11I lents for wholewetIt at --- / T Jni14/ .. .
< a ---' .1. II 'n. 1: Il
L" I"
perpK In an iiiithi-iit"ir-t leligi'inThe i Iiird, 111-1.51, .1.11'''' d. t'. ( itlrs. f.. I.. \\\rllt1t.. ; t\ II, lino/err
'hapel liour. In. '.I'own I"ble' which I "lIta tin\ tin-. .i\-n Ww" I.5 ...wnimnr. I \','hlt. \11'''. I'': [I. ( '.urd. H.: I'. f 1 ,II. II 11.l\n..r N. ,I' """ '. I.. It luel.h. ii'II ,

:oon. a si-ieptlst, an I a li!, oiiun.indmop.tH Hi l.j." Is 1--t\M'c: 5 r:1'.Ie"-i."t' Nrr I. 1. Itrnnolds' I. H. Mrlits' r1 1 I Ii: 1'I'" "" C. 1 ''''hllt. '1. Ih..I, a. i } ,
ii' 't it"t .
ti'. He !had a lucrativHe : ,' d. N. (,tl It f.\\.1/\\. / '.11..11.. a \t 1.1"111 51r I
UI1Rl'l"'I tine I'iIiiJ' 'tiro
this oat on/ and 11. \II tars. !Ire .. 51r'.1. 'I. '
F.: ,
'r min4 -i friar"
f-'It culled: I to give up "' ". I I'.t'.ir'n \\ .M.Mist 1\ni.. ;.:, 1 h Iln'rlur.1' It I''lls', 5'.IIll.in., 11 ". LI''I'.I- \I t'' i illIIu
'i,sale n t ..u'l. it,,1!l iln: li; nUn \.II.ln., llii'ir.1 tr" ti \\111.1..1 do9rs, \. II.
:: is I .M.i\\tell, -I. 1 I. 11",1 .1 I I'; .. ... '..r'I' III' .1 1t. Hr.I" :)\\111 C. I f
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: Staike 11 31 PM
Vo. 1 hue ; hundreds
the. more I am sure it Is nol. I :No. 15 Poe Stance 4 t :ST P.M.No Classified Advertisement is sure to be read by all these people and many '

the Book of bunk-- U : hE: 1 : 107- t'>ue Starke :9:10: A.M. Even the smallest Look them carefully. They are the leaders of their communities 1j' (
oil-ln.iplred DO-J'K. When I our'mailing list.
; I Vi 191 Due Ktuke 1O.39 P.Mnrthbnund already on An Advertising
t< men like Dr Blown uni! \: I more With Buying PowerThe Ones You Should Reach Every Week By

I outstanding intelliReni: No. 2 Due Stirke; :3: 00 A M. __The People 7i.

're who now know the bible ;No.. 18--Due Starke 11:21: A.M Message In Our Newspaper. (
more and mote convince Stake 0:00: P.M. :

the wtrds of the Bible cumi"torn .. No.!i'.harle 108 Due and Uann-e ItruJiihVo I THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH + ; ,

) human wisdom tut tha 101-Leaves Starke 7oo: A. MVo. I

wrote at they were moved bj, I ; 102Arrives SUrka: 1:50: t'. AI I

.Holy Uho.: t. The waist thins Daily except> Sundays.T ; \: j
n fun happen to human govern

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.. P.\OF. Jl.tOlt1': BRADFORD CdU.Vtr: TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORID,* -_ _a _I ._"- .__ ,_ _FRID.1_ _: \\' S8, I 93!

''SINK"' HOLE SKAKHKOOKKK ; seeing!\ und \Is easy to find. From County Commission.

Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE J-- KK. L. c fKIOSITV!! Starke take ,the Brooker road insecticldB...! tnngicUto! bUt, ,

through Graham, across Simpson tants In combating '. .-I

) Established 1S77 i, r (Continued from Page One) river, pass the Hough_ place, then i iI sei-lous Insects pest! )' "1Ir

TO CLASSIFY I Lette/ Box] formed the Sink Hole was, no I take the first rOllo,!' to the right. of. crops or disens'es lisea,1

Rr JtI'ILt.: K'Y"rrrr'"rr ,doubt much less In diameter and l F'ollow this road nOI.th'aoout thiee- of livestock ''I'tt''"I.,
; with perpendicular' sides divings qUA rtt'I'of! of II mile till you see, on Bill 479 which willi
Florida' 1'It .<*n* A* $1LOR1DAPRESSASSOCIA11ONI -4(Communications to this department have enlarged( It, making its sides! your right a growth of hardwood Rantzatlon of Sea' |1,1 1150.1.

e j' must be ''UmiteJ to a maxi sloping! except for some feet above tre -sand there you are. Or take pl'odlctloldl"lrlcl: i 1)\ ''II"
I Home member' of the loglulavveie the "Peggy" tiuln to Clayno; there freeholders of Ole ,
I, :JC'tU.'rVtd 7i'oUd.a. mum of 200 words ) the water surface at low stage, theand all :
tUl'e to hop up on his hint perpendicular take the road going due south for the barring from, lie,
ulieiethey ate ;
.! legs and inttoduce a bill providingthat ItKOKI SCi J i\-'it: : toE: I through solid limestone. Thus the I h rt>e-q 11:1: rtEl's of a mile till you of all types of cottoi) Ire.,
\ Published Weekly Fridays and Entered as Secund Class nil schools be Editor, of hardwood treeson "I" lh:
; on elementary I shape of the abyss is like the funnels see a growth long staple/ Variety \j.

i r Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida equipped with slot machines punch Bradford County Telegraph. grocers use In filling paper your left nnd there you ale tlon (.1' $1 v..OOO. v-", ""I'loprlk" '
board and a typical bolita layout, Staike, Florida. v again. made available 'II.!
bags.. Unce landslide took placeon foe t th.sloner ,
'))11 E. Matthews: _ __ ___Editor and OwnersuHscmmox he would probably be tarred and My dear Mr. Matthews. the west side, and th'eie the .- _-_. .. of agrlcultun t I1Un""
: ; feathered boiled in oil and strung I am writing to give you some slope Is gentle! enough\ to allow one I \s Y.t:%;;:; ItElI' ;; :% a'T: ,I, ministration of the in i. 'to.I .,Id.
to the nearest tree. Information about Joe Harris. the I'OlsOMNdi ,
; jJ I 'ip to get to the brink of a stone ledge I'KOKM:" I --.. 'G
KATE I rim.. ..,.rnoPhII.. "rho..1 teacher, I 80 year old negro on whom you from One)
.i -- .. ..... _,.._.. ...__.. .. about twenty feet pcipendlcuiany (Continued Page Message Hale
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In Illinois I employing just such I j "" 'cu .u. I''S'' ''''''J' '" ( :
I'.j; Yearl>'. $1.30() ; Six :Months. c-l'a'able: i in Advance equipment In teaching mathematics -, May 21st issue. I above the water The dirt dump- Ing. On ialnle clays poisoning can General rate teiluetion
I red in by the landslide makes the be continued to about sundown.If "rt,11,,,,
i!: ''I '" :. Advertisinyr: Hates on ApplicationPEHIIAI'S with the result that thin sub I Joe Isn't "entiiely dependent on i depth of the water along that Hide weather forecast and other signsIndicate flounced this week by '" ,(tit,

I jert has become one of the most the charity of neighbors for food I loss than elsewhere rain dining the day, don'tpoison of both the Westei n bi I ,I',J"?,.
popular In the school) clothing! and medicine." His application Postal
Telegraph .
I i At the time the sink was formed till well over in the afternoon Conn 'liii,
,l A HAD I'SO111m; AM.After was one of the first to he I to
; ; NOT SITU Having1 .
: "But, "leuchln' kids I ciiHtomeis
you gasp i a creek mn to the south of It, but or until such time one In lea- II ring,
' I to slot machines! Show In' 'em approved for Old Age Assistance. | from twenty pMtent: .
piay it has row diverted. During ages it sonahly.suie.lt will not rain.! If '\'enll
comparing: the gross. : receipts: from this year'sstrawberry 'how to wicked 'und he has been iccelving tin al-j five percent, depending .
operate gambling 1 I hiis worn a channel fOi ty feet deep Ihiee hours j have l 'elaps.t.t after ) lslin, ;.
crop with thiwo of last year.: we are inclined to devices in a school loom( It's Ler.I twice monthly since Octo- :I In places, winding round the sink poison was ''applied before rain and length of me'''sag/:< .' n.,
I her III:!';. The Boiird of Social
I woiulfr it has been :such a disastrous: season after all. ,: I Kble'!'" \\'Iflll't' I first west, then noith then east I comes .li. will Viot be l l'ct'AIIlI'Y: togo lates-nmy .be leiirtied! l it'. '. a'
til admit it docs sound, plentydewy ,i) visitor requisitioned amattress. I I I : I and [either office...
One reach I Is the
high same tu'ea
The records kept by the' Telegraph are based! on estimates : but wait don't form comfort and hot, linen for C peipen- over poison ...;: :.: --:.....
'I snap 1 (titular walls. so clone together till ;I giln till the next wijelc. If jt rains'"
I .toe
but 1'\'t'nI'O they are probably within a thousand or so judgment Let me tell Hit rest of | and he has beta receiving hebl''IIII CkuitjJp:
ctmmixlities reg'u di'fy ,'Oiian:: cai'} hardly pass After that,,1 poisoningshould not W'k "0011
i ) dollars of the actual i fijfiiri's.! and I the way we Keep 1 books : I he Htory I I felt! c..taln''Lh', would",. t* whcl'e'the stieam tumbles over again till f-tnlks 1)(1dl'lt! ..1 '. 1'I,1.1 want a lot of things"' hut you Ic! it hliTSrtouied, outiCclianrcl \i",?,
6e three hoiirH
; sliow\ s that trrifss. receipts: for ', his year are very little behind above like to have an en' .neons imprea-' \fe !I twn or : day, 'hliy< Sl, will.h. .,
eve ylhlng else want to i I
'. they ,| ; many feet deep through Calcium aiMt. >n\te: is deadly 1'01"11"" ; '
when .. under the impression, that our1s'rawbfrry .. I ',1 l Ien cortected the-vi ,s deparino'ii',, ,'.
: : t Iat t st-ifson everyone NO\V. They have heard all about tiC$ solM rock thus :itt.-sting to the \.h.m any mop Isl'ol'n out i'.p, ,
tCifl.v! man'n ( Iub. MIJT'H
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jrrmvi'rwere, miU.intf II i little money. : wimbling being wrong. Tlwy'v ., sVcnt; age! h.fi-cfiiaii,
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been ( ) Km ma PtU'ittDislilct ( linn t Hi "II) ,
I The main i thin/.that; \\ made receipts' seem skimpy this. told NOT TO Hut they sec rir'ctoo.' After protiaited I heavy tains bill fled or butted/: deeply No animals ''O "n'I'S: and intrcliKnt, r'I( ? !

Ir.. ,;I .v 0 r i is that we have had an i exceptionally long n"aon,; and i hints Kiown-itjiH, they Nuked!heir! uncle mound Kill! ma-tell !. Soci.'il \\',1fa 1'1' i >ncc, dining the npiing\ ; of bustyear. poison In buckets, mops 01 otherwise -
1' the money has tlribbled! in o\ el' a }period! of four month t *, i Uud nboul winiiin on )boiuu; Id"1' | \'oO': ( -iiIl--:-- -- tToit-1'\"t-, : I!| the wrIter saw it full to 'the |I behind the.. St"I"... Sp n I

, it herons,.. last! year the money all poured in in th" corn iarntiel : |! night' they watch mother paw overt..a.i i Ht.t II'l'l.tditui' j bi lun. In spue of the "head' at.suc'h nrilBILL -. i sis will for be cleaning placed oh"o.fl: 1'iitte'oVeolneuuday. ), ..,.:.nt: ,
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( .c isti.ba ta ee if her num- { uI j jI
I short of about four \\eek.s., I I |' I II times one hundred and sixty WOULD \ '
; : j Ij space .tier came out for the CharIty Unf- RAISESUPERINTENDENT !I I
I Bnidfutd, County Telegraph: j ji feet or reese dealing a bottom, -_, _. .. ..... .
" t f. IJ" "., While short season.; might make us, all feel richer, the fie. {i After reading the strawbetryi I jplessiiie of! five tons to the square', : : r: _..

'l.'t :;i mrm..v ilni. >4 lIot g'0 any farther or last any longer. $:.!:30,000() is$2.V,000 ,Percentage.. profit, und! Ions cue ,t shortcake recipes tn last weekS foot the watei. sinks but slowly, May' Get.r2OOo.l

;r ; ) ()() whether it comes, all in a lump or in installments., It unnjettB Of that come under the head Telegraph I decided to send' in |i showing that the outlet In the bot- SENATE' ALSO PASSES TWOIMPORTANT The LeglHlaturc! has .ii,i : uai"*".
( arithmetIc,
Ip i is, human nature however, to like to have: it all at one time. Il4ItlY Ip | to gambling, They and In apply introducing equally mine, which i Is very easily made I j torn Is small. And after the surface -, MEASURES\; JOHNS' a bill whereby Bradford! 1 1 '(1 "' a
i has heen lowered to about
nd one that! we never tire of cut- |' othffr Florida counties wIll) r,-l''hi
[ actual slot machines and punch eighty feet below the rim. U becomes *I! *
Ing. : I $2,000 each from mil'
/phi- :undid
bl.al'ds to hilt aiithmetlc class this The Senate last week passed a (lj
:MdU'lllM{ ; SKEMS: BEST I IN MN J IUTN!: I thoughtful teacher not only aroused Hive' ready a large well-heated ,! stationary. Indicating that it j 'luili' which would\ set up' a system hand with the State 1 Ki, 'ng '
tins rrac'heil
the level of
and thbudy i mission. The bill
greased baking pan. Take any must! i Ii. orj
keen interest In the : compensation for county chooI"itlperIntendents
And while on the subject of ,strawberries' the old question .|; was subject he good biscuit dough with some ex- : into which II bcbouches. ,I of by Governor Colic 'befun, r' icornea'n l
attempting: to teach, but actually j I on u percentage
I Viewing the place from the ledge j
it is mulch late has, risen 'ia shortening added 1"01out\ apiece 1, the taxes luw. This am of whether better to early or : sold the anti-gambling IDEA '!mentioned collected for schools in
1 of dough Imge enough 10covt'r one must admire the to a total of $21. '
Of whether in certain would turn'I i to his students mote forcefully antitctively hlh": cOllntl.s and the amounts re'eivC'd l"'SS the
h again. course a crop a year ,' pan, cover over with a good beauty of the sides of the gtealbowl from the state. Unulothe money ,received by..".. ',. "iin'from :)
ii'; out better with early mulching or late mulching peIHI;! entirely than all the lectures on rout of butter. Now roll out another I tieea. vines, flower spiout.. bill the 1P30-3T I xclii}. -nin
m Drain could have us oilgiiiilly fiumecl, the office ,
J accomplishedThe piece of dough the same size ing/ from a Hull of many colors glistening Since the clone of the I Ull)! ,.' .
.4.i1; on weather conditions! but mOI'ellld more farmers( are study of arithmetic hecnmen of supeiInter-lent In Kradford i iI sw
"nd place on top of first one nndcover with mointme.: und the drip won ouch county haM re< < I i\ i
beginning to believe that, taking it year: in and year out, early Inleteitlng g-nme. little Johnny ,it, the writer from. the stream and I I County I would have been lalscdfrom
with thin co.it of butter ZOO! SO Including tin |1'1 i ,I' $.',.
it mulching is the best practice.i a menib of the cl.iis. posed a.. I Bake to a golden brown, In an oven the limestone' sides sounds very $2,100 per year to $3,3)0( 000.
the owner of the machine Little I However, befoie the meisuie was
In the past some growers ha\e mulched cathy in ordtrto : not too hot. H.ive teady plenty of muuical Hut in looking flown from *' ---..
\U'iiie: it-presented the merchant I Uie oilier sides 'nully passed\ a raise limitation of
one who has
protect their fruit from rotting rains: while others' waited Alto got a p'MC'ntilTgo of the wcll-rlpcnod.'' sweetened and crushed of Imagination is struck $too over ptesent s'llaiies\ was A fly can live with i I' Indel'
strawberries to betwci'i
"tak<>." The! !put 1 "' 1'lttt'n In. The bill has not water but drowns I'i "<'li-
until cold weather hand rest of the cli'S with yet
E was at to place their mulching in order ) povided iyets, also on top. Serve with awe. The court house spire'< men U gubmetged

?, : to protect their \plants from frost. There is: no doubt, how- I the with tolug's took the part of thick sweetened ci eu in. This will in Ktatke Is eighty-one feet above been The passed two by the House bills Sen- -.-.. --
I public. I j 1'e'I' in ire box until next dIY I I Ii I tho ground Just the- distance following by
ex er, that many more berries: are lost from decay in this county An :itor E.: Johns
an etiimple, $10 could icpre-J i Mis. DV Mooie. ('town to the water The top of the' Chailty: were also Death Valley wuti Sf' .1 1 i It

: I than are lost! from cold weather. Therefore, over a long i sent the combined capital of the .I Starke, FliWHO flag pole on the water tank Is'one passed: 18-19 when eighteen of ti), gok, !

period of time, it seems evident that farmers' would be better gioup. Which \\',... equally diVided. ;j I 4- __ (Himlied mil'1 t\*..t'ntolle feet above r Bill 478, which will permit .eckers perished thereNOW'S
; Then the I -.--- -
play would bpgin Sammy IS -- --- ---
off in the end if they ,stuck consistently to the practice of early his tnt ground If sunk In the SinkHole
played five
I I nirklea in the editor Telegraph: at the south\ side it would be
t1 mulching. machine. If he got back two he Who Is basically to blame for the a gcod many feet below the rim.

I- I I had to figure the percentage of loss monstrous' ", nation-wide liquor evil ? The sldus. are so steep and slippel YOUR CHANCE, FOLKS

on the tiansactlon. Likewise, If a' A few questions anti answers will till,
THE BOLL WEEVIL I IS IIEUE; AND WE ; y one fell In, he' would
MUST: FHJHT: IT I IM i pfiyet won he figured the Tinke It
-| 1. What must
percentajre plain a inevitably roll down duwn into the IH'V \\ 11I1.10 l'm'F.IIE lAS'SEE
|I of his winnings i m.in proem befon he may stint u.8100n (Hik I mysterious water and
In spite of the fact that the government i is! furnishing: perish!
: In vt'rY.llhort :
time by con Iinu. ? A llcerse. 2. What makes The bowl Is ciater-Vfuped.. andf
free boll weevil poison, only little more than half of the cotton ,' ed pI 'y the cliss found itself with-i i It possible for him to get such a 11- you wish lo treat yourself' to a OUR COMPLETE LINE OF

4 growers in I.radford I County ha've! applied for their share out funds. The machine: while It I INi'1 tense: ? A law. 3Vho made that t'uasL of bout-oat. go there a foggy SUMMER FURNITURE
I nouc nml then consistently law? Legislators. 4. How did morning vhtn
'iF of the materials! so [f.ir. [ Illto''apol hides I the
I k( pt the lion's sha I'e. 'hose legislators. happen to be chosen water h. low und might be

It is: a known fact t that weevils sue present in fairly Then the teacher peimitted, little| ? They wtiifir..t; nominated by !med as smoke fiom a Vl>lclfno imag. l'OILC'1f

.p large! numbers! in t p'd' Is, t that were planted to cotton la.;t year.I Johnny lo unlock _the machine and ] nme pcilttlcil p'I'5.\ Hut what Thiow diixvn\ II peice of rock, and

I ant it \\f g in,: '." 'a.c' j ..1: mat: :ic conrcil: methods to keep .I lake... out t the ca'ih' box He was In.ct' ( must they pet after being nomin- then'. will t-e n l.nimer; as of' hot ,.',\SS !-oIS......
: ; !I t.> count: the andgive | ated. in order to be elected Votes' hwhen
money It .
| stu lines
the ,wat-r I'O:( IIlh4)'ltli'
this pest frc.m again I'uillingthC' Sea I-land i Prlce-1
: ; cotton industry ;; little Willie twenty-five per- lJ.Vho cast those votes' Vcitei.. <;hhiKideilngl"! I'ftieiit a f.-w I
which has, shown ucli. 'iM-nt: as his shaie The chain I ;:;
: encouraging; signs of revival in this; of connection Is now steps. If \r>'i g.I theta a n'.jfl't'! \4v'

section.Poisoning. Next a J'Ullf'hb"alci! with one .--ccn with lIe saloon/ symbolizing whtn the! full un on |Ii 1.I'cle'l, In I| ) -
)iMinilrixl, rh',nees wm brought into I the entire I truffle at one end anti Ilia water "below. "

: :. mu-t l he done! and nuts!''t bu done promp'Iv:' if the pl.iy and come very Interesting i the voters at the other. Hence the be looU.ng; away up instead of you downi seem. and to. I, i 'J n ;u ii'i uj 11"111111",1

co :ton> crop( this: ear; I is: to be saved from the inroads of this 'lI'flhmdlc's i es ealei in a man- I' basic responsibility fol the legal jou d.'n't Know whether yen me ] Inj ,Xr""'"'

& teinble little For his ncr that deeply impiessed the Ized liquor evil rests on the voters &tllll.lIn", nn .,...,,,." _nn' _.,. __ UuU_ $2.45
pest. own good and for the good of his '? -00 -- aCL w %/n-
: minis f,f thp-i m -,,,_. ,"nlln,_..... ? neighbors every farmer who has cotton should' com? at once i| The 1 natuinl question that rises of any patty that frames a The Sink Hole not '

m1 for his poisoning: materials and apply them in :strict accordance In the child mind Is "If yoO can't :law that giants such license lawyers terra "an attractive being nuiaunce what- a

c with the method outlined by the SVE' .. win, why do people play?" The answer Ernest Thoi nquest, ," and the people around

H- the same as given by Mr. Starke. Fin. I I there considering It
1 fit to
0I keep
f' .
I T. Bal'num--"Thel'e'lt i one born ---. ---- away from no drownlngs there KfK11V A fOMl'LKTE LINK OK WOOl s'l'o\:...
: TRAILERS ARE ('OMINW11.1.! THEY STOP HEKE:? every minute.' In shoit, nobody Bradford County Telegraph. any other calamities have been reported '
but a sap, who doesn t known Jilsailthmetic Staike. "'Ia. Cattle being disturbed KOI It OX SIX ( .\1'1'1.

t With the growing popularity) of automobile trailers we : would play one.* Dear Sin: traveleia on the by
Now. I 1 I| near-by roada at l'IUC'E4HI:! : IIIGHT, SEE UM BKFOIIR! YOU Hl\.
nobody like to am enclosing check of
of you nights
are again confronted with the question of "What is: Starke sometimes ran Into ,it and
himself as A sap particularly a kid $1.30: to renew my subscription to i perished
I And Bradford County! doing! to attract the tourist trade( ?" and that simple honest lesson, the Telegraph. I have been taking a fence around so once it,the which county put
It is true that ninny people look with disapproval upon the proposition of showing him so this paper' so long that I would discernible. still1. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

; i trailers, but all the hard( loo'cs' on earth will not stop a popular he can understand and figure.. It feel lost without it. The Sink Hole, Bradford's only J,'
out tor himself not I am an old Bradford
L movement once it has gotten fairly tinder way There is In a only piesentsinthmetlc I ......h., ........ ..S ......._. ....County_' __L boys ..... natural curiosity, Is well worth
new ., .
light but It -- --- -- u. "'--''I''" -
I_, no doubt but that the trailer has come to .stay. There are impresses him as nothing else like A letter from home. I try and --

r t more and more of them every year, and soon the. town without : ouM with the hopelessness and follow developments In my home FOR
tremendous$ odds that face county through the columns THE NEXT TWO WEEKS OUR
41 I an up-to-date<< trailer camp} wilt hold no attraction for the tumbler. the your J paper and am very much In.I of- _______

IL i average tourist.; '* Implant In the minds and hearts I treated in what Is going on there ADVERTISERS WILL BENEFIT BY

ij ; ; We read in the papers that: some &)otJI'$';\t urkla towns do of young Americana the thought and many times wish I was there

L I I Iml, conviction that to help' what little I could in SOO ADDITIONAL PAPERS--
: not believe trailer owners .t end any n16nt"- ."and 'hag even any guy who some
j Bumbles Is a of the
and the things advocate.
.. ',t gone HO far as to banish: such camps 'vim; tl'eir city'1imits, I vlll no problem
longer be one for the con- Wishing you and all the people In SAMPLE COPIES THAT .
but these are "snooty*.; places( like..Palm Beach whose example I .em of legislative bodies. old' Bradford. aurvess and will con

of inhospitality no small town should attempt i to follow. I I Convince the lid', 01 lass for th It tinue to look forward each week THE TELEGRAPH I IS

Local station mutter that refusal to gamble' I la lor the new contained In the columns -
operators say hardly a day passes that i nore a matter of common sense of the Telegiaph. I am. SENDING
they do not. have several' inquiries. ... from. tourists seeking a ;' than It la a mural Ismie, and that a Yours truly
place to purk theirtraiIers, guy who la really SMART W. W. Ward.
overnight. If we are to make any let doesn't LEADING BRAD. ITHAS

kind of bid at all for tourist trade. we must do something to you've sucked dealt, In the on such deals.. and Dublin, Ga. I IWi'Tropl'I

.1 -accomodate. these: people and not have to point straight down punehbourd." the slot lottery machine snot, the all ;; I FORD COUNTY BEENESTIMAT

,?. me roaa to some other town,- and ('ounty"wht'n they asK for mar game or chance a more Dill! Walnwilght, Bradford student CITIZENS
Mdlv blow than
all the
such information. laws and -
at the University of Florida
penalties co......
No mutter how much foodstuff and other provisions: the Teach kids that It's SMART not was "awarded the Lambda Chi Alpha SO READ ED THAT EV

trailerites bring along with them, it is inevitable that they]' to gamble while they're In knee Founders farewell Tiophy. at the fra.ternIty's ERY NEWSPAPER
party fur graduating
must make small purchases!: from time to time and there is no !pants;ACS when and there'll the be a lot fewer seniors leccntly. This distinction -. ON- IS READ'BY AT

wide-awake merchant in this, coming generation'ons Is confel .
section who will scorn a newcUlltomt'r. long tiouxeri. : red annually upon

1i 'l no matter how little he spends.( Even: if the trail -- -- '.-- -- the member who has been of LEAST 5 PEOPLE-
most service to the chapter during | WITH REGULAR
erites! did nothing but walk up and down our streets we llirills the year.

.,u would like\ the atmosphere of hustle! and bustle that they,I Mr' and Mm. John Crews -.-- .----- I I CIRCULATION PLUS THE
: would create. ev twin boy and girl. May 18 Floors Laid SAMPLE COPIES, THIS MEANS

t Starke and llradford County must look Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thotnton Two Staike stoies have laid fancy I
to the future. Anj Hell THAT YOUR ADVERTISING
t >r mn (fill. May IS Ilneleiim "tile' floois in their I I
attractive trailer!
camp would mean a very small! outlay of ,, Mr. and Mn Willis. Sullivan. places of business in the! past week MESSAGE FOR THE NEXT TWO

1m_ funds considering the value received and such an enterprise'I'! ttirke gut May I. Cnnova Pharmacy Saturdiy. tvldj I WEEKS

,t. could be made to pay its way once it was! established., Io i Mr an.1f1'1I.! J. S. S.ipp. Lawtey one designed. In large checks of I WILL REACH AN AUDIENCE

Irl. May 22. bljck. glean and tan. Monday ) OF 7,500 READERS AT NO AD

1 i Mr. and \Sire. Alfred aternberg'fl put down an "Acco-j
Oueen. VANCE
In Illinois the common crow is now regarded as Public '-f\'IV II *. girl May 19. tile" floor designed'In: brown and ) IN ADVERTISING RATES.

'h Enemy No. 1.Velt! a certain gentleman named Mr. Alphome Mi', and Mrs. Cleve Alford. Ther tan squares

: Capone: will certainly blush to hear that., MSB. girl, !Miy 27. The pearl swallowed. by Cleopatra -I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
: all were girls I Ia.i.a was valued at 54OO.OOO.

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