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: June 18, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02598
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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-For Sale Of. drawers Continue To Price Shady At QUAIL 1 !'rnjeet.lpprorelIII

pottde, Around S2()() "
Certificates To Poison Spot\Vlicre\ / JJ'P.1 L'tr'

Male '. leer Car HICKHN; : IIT"IUSvn:; ; # I
list lrr'nlaius
/ligh ladder I I'f \1'01'1'-1 Biunrs: vs I "

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111TH:! 'ur. nE SN')f : mD HOOKSsigned TO! : ;' :w: ; i'iNtlFl:() i'N'I'll.:\ .WI.Y 1 15Governor :; r.RIN(; 'IHIHTY I'EN'IS( : IIivt' I > : Mr: Kiplpy pit-use, A small: iY Auditorium Will '
j; : 1 :--: &'>. .. lil.K k m'narca; hen none I by I' ;=> < IF
,01'\ Com .ast week sign(it| HIM of wat.'I.tn\Un14\ W'U' 'Doper'' l.ax hatched ami, I Is m,,tt'iiiiK I Have Capacity

this week by l at Uinokfi' :Monday a" f 'tritiouni quail llabii'''
the \\ilf.iie Ait and launrludI'lnrklit I I"nl{ loaded oui ; :
Of 7. <)
makes it piobablyI .11 Its fit et ite-flnanced tin ....II-on ,mi this revived I mono, .tad 1 niolhri nit1 icpoiled as dntt.! >
ally! nil of Pradfoid Cud swing with 1'1'\' \ice.nod \\1'11, thankou I
I( pi''>siHm,: of paying old age pen c iMp got
C' ono/ acres of delinquent stuns anti aid 1 to. the needy blind )..' Shipments beganone! ( I lite Ls how, I the story jtoist.iiht 1 Bradford Count WI< pun i ally y rs. '
bi redeemed. hut the t And ,issuri>d of a new $7r>,(Kio p|<>met, u'
tf> t and dependent chll'ttrn The law uiid a i I tal of around fifteen cat' wek us I :Ml ('o"I'l'l'"
'I 1' i I", enriched very little) lint of n Khcn l lniildini l at St irk. whit\ ''t f p '
C( I provides for the appropriation of hate lolled, date. :Most cuts liav! .1 Ron pirated up the lacy e

(1n ,' ,-is Is. the belief of va- $3 00K)0( () uf state funds. which ought! an average return of :<2u'( ). siiawborrv puti h. a quail nl."t the nniioiinioinenl this week that a ll f

ri' ft ate here .... will he matched by $3000000 oftVdeial The belief wna expressed' lit with fiClei-n eggs was tound Kith officials nt national\ U'PA head. 1 1IetsiKned j 6

,\1 h the new law docs not '. ', funds |I vM'uk that KIOWOIR would I unli/; or than throw thorn away MiConpiM '. qUill tei'a in WaHhuiKton had mun- i

old method of redemption However the measure creates $jO( per line on their melons Tins insisted' they bo placed tin a wiuuinl for :*:2l.110 fur

rcp it >ro%'Mcs for the sale of taxcI'rtlfl' e 4 an entirely new State Boaid of So- with, an estimated, total of11)) (,Ic-r a hen that sliouc-il signs) ,uf i oust ruction of the/ first of three 1'' '

ates to the highest bidder, .. cliil Welfare to replace the existing terra In Bradford County. wouli "HI.ttlnjt.: It wotked, Mi Coupe units m} !

while under the old law a peso hoard which expires this mean gross teceipls, of $1":;,OOfiom ) sail, und the hen had uomli-ifL Actual work on the ptnjocl' is '

wishing to buy a certificate mu t tray Tell us what you hear, ilod.
all buck taxes wicii five pet umbling noise come from the middle bf Allen Leggett The first cus- I, District Five are being temporarIly I, The following farmers, and ninny thin 1101'1.! She; hatched fourteen uf! after July 1 as drawings I and xpeciricattons E'

Intel est, clerks fees and advertising laity ot the water melon season Is graphically: lecoideil, In the iilmveplctui stethsoope J suspended J preparatory to the otliets, hate large IIcl'enA; Ihl.1, the fifteen. eggs" 1. unit now If theiIan' "' can be completed In detail 1d

cent ,osts Some state officials 'e showing James Leggett apprehensively listening brother through He will a -- transfer of records and equipmentto j year: N. C. Mott. K 1: M Hazen. GB t any IIIRainllt quail inininj,;:. The building/ will lx con. l lstrutted
inside his pl'esCI'lue
to the noises going on
> tunny Kal li H:i- if thenIs we've never heat' .aid this week that the new measure a future diet for Allen that will absolutely prohibit watermelon I the new board which will be setup Colsnn. R A Weeks, |' und
would make it possible to settle In any way, xmipe 01 toim "Selves him .right," James snorted In dls- :I July 1. I /en II P Gainev, J, K. DotiKluIliiHsell of It, !Mr Cooper will probably hat In itself, und .al'll coHtuiffmound '

$1.nnO tax bill for as little as $100 : rust. "Allen ahouUUi '\i'hou .' Mrs F.dwal',1I'nll, Welfme visllor j (Jieen. Clyde Cone. A. I Ltttetn. quail to oat III a few months $2.1,00i> One unit will ion- (,
? m_ Mottliibiuio slat of a large auditorium with a
and J. R.
or' even lessPioponents, for Bradford" and' Union Counties Ji .
of T.'iO almost, \
of the bill in the leg- I less announced, that offices i In : Iti-InK llarxfotiMlIlarvestinK a"IIUngcllpal'ity

Matintitecl that the purposewas SHIPPINGSFrom W. A. FISHEROf both counties w:1::I be closed fl'om'l' of the Biooker to WELFARE BOARD I resent wire[: Ihe high size school of the"ullollIlTI..t one/ In the It,

',. !get the state's 18,000.OOC lone 15 through luly 1. I,ceo Clop began about ten tlllYH i r lhet two 1I1111S'\\\11I be devoted. top,
1 Lords back or No new applications will be uccopUd An estimated' total of 21i -
of delinquent ago
a( Starke Ft. Meade I TemporarilySHUTSJOWN here Minis. ,
th ti: > hooks They said that 1 Ir by the present board fill', terns has been planted to this cioptiom 1 I ;,
taxes com to hai A. J. Ciilffls; : county school sit ,
m-tinces accumulated 1 old age assistance, surplus which glowers hope ,

man amount' i. to more than the actua'' STILL HEAVY I IS NEW PASTOR mcKlities., WPA certification 01 any : rest around 800 pounds to the ,act. iftintendent[ was highly ploasudavel lI

value ""f the land.r of the other services formerly pet. : If the expected price of thl..tyc..nlll ; tin- n'wllllnd staled that com

is not effective 1\nIt toimed by I the district staff, C. S I I a pound untoil.tll/o.s! I his [ik'tion of diuuliifjH I / and! speciflco- i'

,,r Uw Is two year :MHTHOOKT: ( )PREACHER Uionking, district chaliman, sal<, prop should\ bring $10000( Into the NO AI'1'IICATIONS'I'AhI'::>\ I lions will bo I rushed forward with e a t '

e nt ix certlflcaje the wish I'KOIHTESM.ES' : Fun ARRIVES TOD Y. MONT- this week. He I jointed out that inhutdship 'I Biooker section I'ENDINJJ; NEW: the utini>H( HH'i-d[ Ho .invited, a

01,) inii. unless it makes person written WEEK: ESTIMATED: (COAIERY; : ( ; ) MIAMI: : : Is I, InvoKed in the clu lng| Making money out of tobaii I I" I SIT-UI': ) that the new biillilitiK together $ ;,

rap 'e piiithaKe clerk of the cir AT :S2.741.00!\ of intake at this time because nO I not as easy as It sounds howevetucoiding ', with the old\ high .school building '

81'1"allon')" i to the sale. The Rev \\' A Fisher formerly new old age assistance cases cm I to George Ha/en, an expeilemed I Altlumsch'ednt'a"")' was tin will be able to nicomodate a maximum -
cultouit< to a public Green corn continues to lead I Ir of 1 Fort :Meade was, aslll ned tithe be added under the present, pro grower: He nays It take; list scheduled,' day for polflimlnfunder /.' of 1,400 pupils, If necessary I I i

Notices of the sale must then b< the shipment of truck ClOpS from Ma ike Methodist ('hutch for I gram and I there U a sufficient 1'Cf'. good management to prevent tintxpense > I the WPA program, the connly In a letter to Mi Clrlffls: this

published for three weeks In the here with 4,000 dozen being carried the next year It was announce! ervolr of eligible people aireud; of harvesting the cro|} agent's office here has wnineirntton seek Roy A Ronjamin, architect
county newspaper and written no truck since Thursday session of Ihe be nil the proposed. all Ucl UI e, stated qt
away by following the closing < certified in the district for assignment from eating up the piofits. glowers ti> constantly 01guiird
tice must be sent to the last-knowr of last week Pi'lees have heli i annual conference In St Petets- to WPA against boll weevils at leas I that Congress' will probably allocate ,

address. of the recorded owner of up well flora fifteen to elghteet burg !Monday The Rev B. Milontgomeiy The distilbutlon of surplus. commodities BIG :, until July 1. : funds Mhoitly after July 1 and 5

the land Involved cents a dozl'nand the week's re- who< has served foil l' will be continued to families NO POLL TAX ; I George D Smith entomologlx I that "this distiict will bo adequately

sale Is held. the certifl estimated at $04000. to th. i. been taken cure uf." In view of the 'ij
When the ,, celpts are years here was assigned who huvo. >roiijy af- REGISTRATIONSrPKHVISOR with the WPA, advises, a comelier.
rate is Bold for the highest bid The amounts of other true Grace Chinch In Miami proved. he declared watch and search fur wl'.vllvI.. fact thnt Ihe project has already
must Include advertising Into th.. assistance I F.XPKCTS: ,100 been approved It will not be hard, ,
which ciops'shipped during the week and Mt. Fisher, will move Applications for old age donee such us punctuied sqiiaiodm
clerk fees : will PFRSONS: TO to get It .stalled, at once, Mr Benjamin I }
and 1 :
coma CPI ta In the prices they brought were os parsonage here today and as well as all other request MORK Ing" this period If only onc r

If the purcha. of the ceitifl follows: Tomalo..s 150 ciales from preach his first sermon In Stark for seivices which hate not yet I QUALIFY" weevil bus, been mlssod 1 in a field, I II I believesThe # v

cute is not the land owner, a period $1.50 to $2.SO;; okia 100 hampers. Sunday morning: at 11 o' IOI'k. AtMontgomery '. been acted upon by the beard' ', will I of the law re- I Kiowets me /.C1'.lt"/ cnntlmiH ,pal- new building. will fact* west
With the repeal ml will with thel'eiei'nt
of two yearn Is allowed the own r $175 to $2.25; squash. Sixty ham and his fnmlly lenv be tinned, over to I the Inl'omlngIud i mng In this, Npot and to visit, I I'net' I run parallel I
the of $1 a yea r will
'I Htincturo, which con-
quit Ing
to "ledrem the certificate for thi around COc: green beans 500( today for :Miami / along with other loconl.s. Mi. or twice a week, picking\ up| I )
pets I in poll taxes us a piereiinslte| for lour to he used for. the high school, t
sale) price plus three per cent an hampers. DOe to $1.25; PordnuoV 1 Mr. Montgomery: hits urueptubl; Brooking f"aid, In Florida, hint" and destroying any punrtuiciHtinies '
be connect-
The two will
n ai interest. If the owner does Lima beans 400 hampers $2.00 to served I thislUI'ch\ for four yea'' I The last checks to recipients old I noting privileges | that might ht'! found buddings
oliI VVa II. supervisor of teglstuition i-d cn\prell.wlIlI( and paved C'Irlvewrty
nil, redeem the certificate, I buyemat $2.50; stiawheitles. sixty ctutea and it is with genuine regret that .) age HsslHtanic> under the temporal record Within the next ten du>.,s wc-i-vll by a a
Is exjectlng a rep will run between them
then advertise for a tax dee! tlCO::; ; baby 11 mas, 100 hampers, many persons see him transferee y old 1 1 age plan administeie< ifltution for the "off year ,nine i hat miccerdcd In laying eggs b r'ate I ,
nn obtain title to the another church. The buildmi State und Dlstilct hoard,
propeityA $1 73; to by the t ions in 1138."Prnbnbly; !,!. .. [poisoning! started will hi-gii
ton year redemption, period i Is Total receipts for the week from f the church school) rooms wil it Social \Vrlfare, were maile* I haldllng1'h.'r"'II'c'. all fit rmrr' COUNTY COURT

allowed >In homestend.sROTARY various crops shipped from Stark lend I as monument to his labor from the general office in Jack I 500 mote people will" who started i poisoning (t e l''

.. were estimated at $2,"41.00GREEN I while serving' this chutch, Hoth! sonulle ahonl June 15. The! Jim leglster than registered. list year, S<|IIIIKM were on the plints' ate advised ,I. DATE SET t tI ,

-- '.- Mr :Montgomery and his excellrn ,allotnunt will he paid by one checlnstead Mr Wall sale!. It won't cost thi In keep a clone watch and If iwrrlvll \ TWO TERMS W10UK -I EliONLY
ENJOYS wife have made many friends i hen. of two as his been custom county any more but well\ JIIH : has hatched and IItHrtt '
SAFE, who wixh him success in his net Checks sent out June ISthetelotp have to work harder, hi- answer sufflrienamount IIFLIJ DURING LAST
11) mike a
la>ing eggs/ up YKAP.
I for twice the NI, I to the query as to whether inu -
NEWSPAPER SAYS tlcld<1 of woe k.Tire ,, will be I of the poison mix to mup|

ExceptionalPROGRAM I Incoming pastoi, the Ret mount customarily distributed on I eased registrations would meal un urea of at least 100 feel ai4>un< County Judge \\0:. 1 K I'errymin j

STARKE CONGRESSMAN: HAS Fisher, served the Fort Mead 'he fifteenth of the month, und will i icover additional registrars Last. yen l' the Infested spot said,/ yesterday the first 1917 term ;

NOTHING TO FEAR FROM church last year, and comes high the period through June 30 2447 Bradford County voters wet "Pont think that the! battle I Is i>d county court will convene ""- 4

JACKSONVILLE.Congressman ly recommended as one o{ the outstanding All staff members who are entitled qualified In the general. election lay June 22: at the court house '
ministers, of the (o'ioridaconCerence to vacations and whose sere and 500 more this next year wool, won Just because you hove poison About twelve to fifteen caste 1 t
R A. Green ha" I )ring Bradford's qualified list. to ed. Keep a constant lookout un ,1' 4
ces ale not absolutely necessary; weevl now are docketed! for disposal, the ,
VIOMN. PIANO. VOCAL little to fear from any JacksonvilU The Rev. VV. F. Jones: who formerly to complete the liquidation will bgiven nearly 3.000 the greatest It hai tl II| well up Into July for.. hai! local judge Bah!, and a short term i
The poisoning operation'
SOI.OS: DANCES. IM.T.ITIONS candidate In next gear's election served this church. has resigned : vacations starting June 15.! ever been This would be nearly a ilgns killed practically all weevils but la anticipated. '

GIVENThe according to the following analyst! his pastorate and 1 Is now on A skeleton staff will be kept OD, twenty per cent Increase and be. ready to The cases. according to Judge $
I of the situation which appeared Iri the superannate list. duty to July 1 to compete: the 4) keep local Infestation thai Perryman are mostly for recklemtdriving : b
handle u
: recent l issue of the Lake City Re well-known here. of compiling reports, asHein FIFiEE any
Other and
pastors work BOYS petit larceny
: Rotary Club was treated tc 1 might ahow up, the county ageniid I
an exceptionally entertaining program porter: and their assignments are as foi ding! i ecords. etc. preparatory t<<) I ..., During 1936 only two term of t r i
of local taleat at Its meetIng "That Congressman R A. (flAx]) lows"" : the: transfer on that date. I GO TO 4-H -- -, .-.- county court were held the Judge

here The Green played quite a part In the Dr. Felix R. Hill was sent tiCleirwater. New state and district board toted! A list of the Jurora drawn lb
Wednesday. MONDAY FOR
for the day hi program lecent Jacksonville election la quit sill\ be appointed by the Governo WILL LEAVE HAYES NOW '(or the forthcoming session of ,
Georgt The Rev. C. W. White w..a appointed on welfare activities in the II listed below, released by i4 e
Gray, who proved that .he knew .....rent. Mayor o carry OCALA I ON TAX BOOKS are '
Where to (0' for rntrrtilnnxnl Blum baa been for some time & u* secretary tor the <>rphnns date. after July Under a law enact J Judge Perrymun this week: 1I )

without having td leave the limits clooeMend ot tile., congrexamu Home at Benson Spring .d by the recent Legislature The I At loust fifteen Bradford Count] 4.OOO PIECES OF PROP- 1::. R. Bower Kdwurd: Burns,

of Brnrtford County from the second district and in the The Rev. Laurie G. Ray was returned 1935 welfare 'law, under which the t." Club boys will leave Mondnjlor I F.UTV MUST UK Howard.. Mott. F., M. Johns W. J. tel.

Dinner primary last year took care of hi,* t <> Hendrix Memorla present boards have operated wllxplre \ a five-diy encampment In I hi LISTED .ttirrell: L. R Kalchreuter, J. J. ,1 ,+ ,

music was furnished bji"us friend's' interest very well Indeed. Church, In South JackRonville. !! on June 30. I Gala National Forest.. They will Itlgdon.: Chit.. A. Darby Alph HaM -
Anita Courtmancb, popular L. Z. Barr was returned .- Tax Assessor E, W. Hayes brg'er r .. K.D i
Instructor In appreciation tat fired a number The Rev. T. w accompanied by County Agenlr. 'n. t-:. Conway, Ezra Lennon 'J
knoora In violin who Is well- of telegrams to friends in the Florida to Main St, Church In Jack COMPANY K. McClane., Jr. Monday his long task of making up| Jones
not only to local audiences! LOCAL 1937 tax books, on which hi
the .
but metropolis In behalf of the candidacy IIOftvUle.I Boys who have ao fur signified - -

oleo throughout the atate. She of George Blume and. bi I The Rev. E, M Rooks ,ws returned TO ALABAMANATIONAL their Intention to take advantug I will list description, names amfuluations Circuit Court Hearing
with a varied program, Ir of than .OOO In- j(
of the more
other some churches Buforc
some manner or : to one of the >f the annual outing are: '
ranging from waltees to military GUARDS TO LRAVJ: Bradford Count'ruperty. A. Z Adklns Tuesday Rid
sirs state departments: took a little in Tampu. McKinney, James Johns. Hogai livldual pieces' of ] Judge 4' r
*l Matthlson war STATE FOR FIRST L, A, He believes that hy j lie. remanded to the custody of '
terest. At any rate Congressman The Rev. C. W. math, Jr., Th ron Collins! : 1
After' luncheon the club members Green's friends are In the saddle re-appointed to Green Cove TIME lohns, Jr., Nelson Moore Arch working long hours h. will have State Penitentiary officials Clyde ) f

Were treated: to a variety program In Jacksonville and this being the Springs, been re Thumas Jr., Waldon Wadsworth, the work completed! by July 9. Stout a mire, serving a prison termCor {

nf *' ms: dance slid' Imitations by casa opposition to his candidacyfor -- ..- -- Order. have Lt. T.recently T. Long that the IVallicu Collins Robert Rosier; : Mr Hayes aid:: that more. that larceny of an automobile in Du-

Mtsse1 Patsy DeW' Grace Dew. re-election: next year should be caved by Guard will Buddy Johns J. C, Prlngle' And -MX) people are assessed. with per- val County. By a writ of habea.1orpus f
Rifle Company
With National
><>"* Carpent;and Marie Qualify local and thin task alone, Stoutsmire won a hearing
I given the usMi. Green beating. Ala. this Oempstey Sapp. anal property 4
McClellan, yeai
""'. i Guard Cora go to Fort fore Judge Adkln. The case of fYz
A National
] piano aolo by Miss MarJOtie -'_ The annual Field Training F.ncampmcnt Camper are told to report at the tone. which requires' much work.
Stump WM also well received went to Camp Faster last tor its at 9 and. stpur/Ltvly listing Agustui Turner charges not an. 1 ,
I Down Building piny and Lt. H. C court: house Monday morning n totaling 1"
Tearing Lt Long
Utile' Mia fire five men with the Bounced! was taken under cons,!- )
Faxon who lived for Sunday to clock carrying only every-daj hem In the 1937 assessment roll
Several The wooden frame building belonging The follow. Wall and all members of company ratlon A later d rte for his hiarlng frt
Years In seemed for qualification. ;
HawaII. rifle forward to a tine rl.th.l -... bath ing suit blankets' of the county
to E. H. Smith and formerly are looking had been set today by ,
(1@rf@.uy I Hharpshoot- not
at as
home ln htr g'l'a.aIrt I Ing men qualified .oilft articles and a lunch to eaton One of the largest l'tnluwnel'lIin : I Iu.lge
k. and she entertained with his garage on the corner. of William. H. Graham, William camp: this year : Adklu.
nan of theveday
live Streets behind ers: This Is the first time the local the trip down Expense the State, owns the lurgoxllirudfoul tf
The .
Front and Eighth C. Bradley ----
songs anti dances Miss\ Grace Q. Long and Reese has held Its annual enampment camp will be $3. It wat! tract, Recording to the!"

'* ..''i dashing Spanish type re.ce 'Mom's_ sausage factory Jackson is being negro following qualified as marksmen;': company outside of the state olFlorida. laid Any buy who reports .I t the i I ountyH. tolls., Tli9 Umpire: Lug Nix: lladlu Injured

." / a big hand after-: several torn down by "Frog"of the Railway Ex- Merrill\ G McMilUn and Calmer! : The company will trave I, :full house Monday morning may b..I' Company, has local interest The m.my frlerds here of t..:. :XfS'lx .

sand dances I press employee Agency. The removal of the Willisms, The local above National qualif'catloniimake Guard by government trucks. nuking the. I /;o r>n the trip even If he has nol muted at 25,000)/ acres Muff, !!: poiiljr J | ojfricultural' age"t '

.. attractiveness the In two days time blvouaclng Deviously notified the county' ut this Is woodxlund for the Hfiflimrd Airline Railway l : ,
old building\ will add to the IOU cent qu ume' <>pen Service Station of the block upon which It Compunj pet cnlibre rifle >,ne night on the way. They leuvilulj a i ifent After the lf7! tolla are conriIettd "'" I; U'Krt*: to l barn that he was s"II"u..ly ,*- t 1
the thirty
with club nll'lI1l1o.. will retort
:\11. will the removal of some 21 and return August 8. I The 1, and on the first Monday ol" Injured In an autumohlNicrident
and : stood as
Mrs Sam
An.lerson an- June 2< .
tome Saturday' afternoon > .
and the Hoard of County Pomnlsrflonrrs between Bildwin and
July t
n block
'e the openingThursday of .other. structures On Sale 1.
}'enr Tag*
tm.'tton of a home by M. rlalf- Closes Out Uusiness meet us an equalizingloard Jacksonville l last Thursdav Mr.
new the con
::11. service station and cafe
up It IH not known< just Tat 'ollector C. A. Knight .received Cadet Lieutenant ., when It will consider ami I 1wu.. carrlel to a Jacksonville 'c
F. Brown. who has opeiated
building formerly,| known as I Paul E, Canuva, <
lI'Io' "i Shell Station; The title of whiit "Frog' will do with the lumber u telegram from Tjllnhaisceit the Quality Stole here for the Woid has been received here thaiSen :view the tax hooks now In the, ti wpital where It was announced I j
f I noon y ste..d'IY'stating' that Steinberg was male a llfuten- nakinK. It Is slat the tiuud':I r he might be suffering with inter
new busmehs as yet. announced thl I
j Is the Kozy Kor- seven years!
n Hot > : \-year\ tags were to go on site past selling out his I ant in Co. B when promotions were right to change! any valuation I'onsldiis 'nul Injuries One man was killer
meals will be featured t-ck thnt he was
II iR' with' short orders( and aands There are 2,626.667 Jews in Russia mmeJuitely. In previous y..arathey before stock and would I close the store ai I announced at till end of thd t..rmI I out of line with oth,!!,i' In the siMsh-up! which occurred ,r
itches! concentration have not been Point, 'lhe assessor' suid. -hon two r. Iris. met! h.IJclI.d .
!end a variety of cold drinks the thlr gl" and oils \\ll be old. lof Jews in any .ingl le county. I July

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' KKACHMIM FL.t. STATE FAR.)! r HAMPTOSI j PINE LEVEL I& Davis material for repairs $18.75; D. I. Knight Jill' I Ii
1 \ : ; Nelson!: Green $50; Regisi D. Reddish labor $8.38 e-

'- Mrs. "'. .\. T>ler ('01'. Ktlle Crawford (,'on. ;Mrs ltr>\\hlttlelil.. .. ('''I'. elb+ Ads. !11rrm l.rr.gn.dnl I..-*. II. SI. MrRaP. fowitpnntlenl i Motor Co. trans repairs $99 08: mons $8.38; C. M. Mo\ ?

n Mr-H.: M. McRue and R. L. Thomas $93; H. A. Prescott $8.38; R. Reddish. labo la1o, :
Mr and Ii
i :f Albeit Brawn of Olustee spent Misses Ruby and Mildred Ches- The interest of their many I biay.JohnrMr. ; M. $55.96. L. Kersey: $3.75 and 's
: and Mrs. H. $i;> ,.
with Wilson. and' Miss Martha children and Mr ?,
I a | May
i the week-end' here at the home of ser entertained their friends friends Is centered upon the approaching Sundiy Warrants Drawn on General D. A. Judd labor $26.25 '
,I his parents Mr. and Mrs. O. L. pound party Saturday night. I marriage of Mr. Robert I I Joyce Johns were married at McRae and children Willis spent Dyal at Fund for Month of May, 1937: t labor $I7.; J. A Ellingtoi iud r ,,

I Brown.Elbert. Mrs. J. Roy Quinn of this sec :, Kite to Miss Louise Hunt The the county Juilge'a office by Judge : with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Louise Warren office work well $31.25 Quigley & D.. 1I1111n*
with E. K. the evening of i City. ?
on Sampson
f Tyler of S.ixton wus visiting lion Is spending a few days wedding' will occur on June 26 at F. Fender spent Saturday $75; A. J. Crlffls salary $200; A. her for new building $i5: UIII
28. The hrkle wore a lovely Mrs -
relatives here Saturday after- relatives In JacksonvilleMrs. the home of the bride's uncle and May and Mrs. T. P. Den- ,1. Griff, car expense:: $30; W. C. Kirkland labor $30; I ,,
i of pink, flat silk crepe with night with ,1"wl,
,, I'' Jean Gaskins and daughter.VirIe. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Terrell in gown I Manning 3 days board service $12; labor $19.20; T. L. MlIU '
noonWe spent Sunday with her sun white accessories! to match. The maik at Starke. 1t1 ,
ate glad: to repot I that H. L. und Mrs. Tallahassee was atttiyd In a neat suit of Colonel Alvarez of Fort Pierce Royal Metal Mfg Co payment: fur $13.20; D. I. Knight labo T

Bryant Is Improving: after an 111drug. nd! daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs. J. C. Godwin and Mia. Joe groom with white accessories.The was visiting Mr. und Mrs. BI'ilton niture $50; A. J. Thomas I'letk recording L. R. Starling $3.20; H dU)

-h u lie OaiklnH Witterouk sec I Wallace of the State Farm withI pearl gray witnessed by Alvarez Sunday. organization $3; F. A. monK $8.23; K. Reddish s 'III,
Miss Bessie and Lola Tyler sp..ntfoun tion. I :\ II. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. H. C. Mr. and ceremony Mrs.. Gordon Wadswoith, Miss Audrey McRae and Miss Scott NYA Supervisor $10: C. J. Reddish $2; J. R. Currp. |. li I

5 ;! ; ay with then aunt. Mrs. Fredati't Ervln: Prlvitt Woodbine, GH. Wall of Staike sp..ntV."nesday Jr., and Mr. anti Mrs. Geo. Rhames : Dorothy Norman of Gum Branch Powell building desk $1.80 Mitch A. Harntigc labor $8.2:1.1: I ,dpi

spent several I days here list: week In Jacksonville. I Saturday with :'lIssps'Htll ells Drug Co. Clinic Drugs $685; labor 9.80; Enoch Kelley r
Urantley. Jr. spent
{ fl' with his sinter and biother-ln-law.\ 1 Mrs. J.I W. Overslieet visited her I Dr. W. E. Middleton. Clinic Prof.Serv P. $2
Mia. Ruth Beiosky: is visiting her Crawford 1 Both the bride and.I groom. are and Odessa McRae. G. Purvis labor $5; Lt. ,
Air. and Mrs. Wllfoeit vcrsfj
sister In Jacksonville last Thurs. I : $7.50; Mrs. Clennie Hlckok )
1 daughter Mia. Krvm: Manning this and Thomas Mur- very popular here Mr. May Is Those who attended the W. M. labor $2; C. M. Moore $1 c.:
Nelson Prlvitt r
day Returning with her for several Clinic Nurse $36; Bradford County L
r week. weekend at HIImid. I I I I the youngest son of Mr.. and Mrs Vr. meeting at the home of Mrs. Monk labor $6 10:.
I ihee spent the clays' visit were her slater Telegraph, pl'lntinetc./ $59; J. H. ; Snpp aij(,,,
Miss lliJHie Mae ''''H. C. while the bride la the Edith Hutchenson Friday were;
was '1 May
Manning $4.50
board service 80 ; :
Mrs C. L. Ryan and her niece. Moore 3 days $16 ; Kelley labo ,
Miss LouIse Warren Mon and '' youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Mary Starling Mrs. F. Fender 525)
t visiting Mr. nnd Mm. Fletcher Butler
Miss Doris Keen. E.: J. Lewis 3 days board service Carl Reddish labor
H. $9 ,
day afternoon. ,children and Mm. Cresie King all I' L. G. Johns. Mrs. Anna Fender! Mrs. II. ; LII< I n Edwards
Lee Poynter of the C. ('. C. camp Mrs. $24 ; Starke Telephone Co Tel..p.sel'vlce labor $9
Mrs. W P. Connor, ; Woodrow
Lewis, l II|
theirsummer here ,,,
g. )f Plant City are spending They have a host ot friends $14.75; A. Hartman ex ug.
di la the of Mr.
near Sebring guest Mrs H. M.
I vacation here visiting Mind j j: and throughout the county: who Mattie Hutchenson worth labor $8.13; C 1'11 ,
of exhibit Mrs. Eunice
Make It A HabitsDRINK I and Mrs. L. O. Sheffield. I McRae, Ml"a Edna Lewis and Miss pense ;
Mid) C E Crawford I wish them much success and hap. 1 Searing library expoV.. Club $5; bor $4.33; C. J. Powell ,
Mrs. T. \Shuler'\ and son. Wes- ,: Vesta McRae.lIl'f tar:
Mr. and Mrs. W. H Green and piness. Bradford County Telegraph printIng repairs $21 ; Quigley n/ ,
Roberts visited I Ietar'ves I / ,
and Mis. avi
ley. Kay F.ula Mac Dynl of Sampson
10'1 eda. were visiting They are at home to their
daughter. I etc $50; Mrs. Louise Warren lumber for new
r in Tampa during the past la this weekwith buildings 4;,
Navare Avenue. Hampton. City spending
M lends in Union County Sunday on trip to .lax $3; Frnnk Filmmer. A
i week. Mls.s Vesta McRae.
l afternoon ;) Architect Fees $300:: ; Western Un-

t --- -- ----- :Mr and :'118. J. A. Bouvier have 1I..II.tll""u" shuuer Remember services at Pine Level $1.36. Florida has about thl'I.> /.'
tt ', this weekend.MINUTES 011, messages many exports us she luWalUce >
.is! their! guests their grandchildren Church
t iz I Mis. Wilson May was given a Warrants Drawn on District ...
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At Your Service 'Jeny and Hetty Rouvler of Miami. *
miscellaneous hilday shower! at the
l Fund for Month of May 1937: defends
I Lain
tI for .. :inJ their son-ln-taw and daughter. ), Christian 'hurch in the afternoon OFSCHOOL
Mr und Mrs. Cecil McRae and, Fla Power & Light ('0 current Ing deaj.-lte economy' L I''
of June 10 at thiee clock.
I heir children of :Mclntosh.Miss I' BOARDWarrants !$3; Fla. Power & Light Co current
HEALTH dressed In al
'lit e bride entered TIC A IN (HIJIH U.Out' .
13.SG A. J. Thomas clerk record
I ;
Betty :McR.ie who has been lovely lose dust crepe dress and
schedule : ,
deed and Water change
$2.CO Light
drawn on Teacher'sSalary ; City
JTRENCTHPETERSON'S tending a meeting of the 4-H was seated in a chair, that was
and trains will ,
t water and F. run as d
Plant current' $12.12;
lub Curls In Tallahassee has Join- I beautifully dl'cIJrale.llln,1. designated Fund for Teaching May:
A. Scott rent H. SoutlibouiulNo.
$2; Dorticy Doug-
d her for visit with Jlr. 1937:
pirerts a
I. to her.
I I IEndrcllng .
ry iis, record 1 sheets J10.fl.T7' ; Gussotts. 1-Due :ataike:: i -y:
nit Mrs. BouvierThe Klncaid $200 Miss
: :Mrs. .leanette ;
UITII AMERICAN I the chair were large 11 shades. $38: .50: Gasetts: supplies No. 15-0u. Staike i
Woman's: Club held Its reguur baskets of dahlias yinnlas nnd J Beverly Cad ', 10 days Hazel Ad- No. 107-Due Stiu ke >i
i\N AM> OILSBennett's $::.85; Gassetts labor school house i ,\il
fr meeting In the club rooms Tues- !lilies with a profusion of ferns. km.s $37.50; Miss Rosalind Jacobs No. 191Due Staike:
DAIRY $18.85:;; Allen Johns !libor schoolhouse Ill' ijjNurthliouiiil t
> afternoon June 8. An inter- $10; L. M. Sponhnltz $HS; Miss Lu-
1 c Serv. Sta. .ay The presents were presented by $13.20: Fenole! Chemical Co. :

p PHONE 175 ANO 1.\'IIIUHnl: citing: feature of this occasion was Mrs. Muriel Rhames. There were! : cile Kennedy: $60; Mra. Thelma supplies! $1.72; J. M. Reddish haulIng No. 2-Due Staike ft "AM
'he presentation by Mrs L. Myers $50::; ; Mrs. lilt Henle $50;
l I many beautiful and expensive pies- wood! $5; R. D. Roddlnsh tear- No. 16-Due Starke lJ:01: i s 10!.
r hajiman of u birthday gift to Mrs Emma Hill $60; Mrs Blanche
iJ J ents. No. 108--Due
F'I Starke
down n (00
$69.50 Canova PX
1 Beatrice Cox as U token of Edwards $40; Miss Lillie McRue
At the conclusion delightful P\>'cy. fumigators $76.30; Mitch htark unduiuie Bran\ h
FUNERAL DIRECTOR ;ood wishes of her friends. 550; ; Miss Lucile Plummer $50( ; I II
''course' of layer cake and fruit | 11Pmg: \ Co. dings fumigators No. 101-Leaves Staike i. .\ M.
; Mrs. Eunice\ Kelley $:;:;0; Mrs L. H.
.Mj )%.ur.\ t ears r'\ertcnre: | 3lal ee II Pandblp for M< to Render 'I .Instructive,'" Flag Day programy I ream, was served by Mrs. Rhumes'' !, S.r.i>.43; Nathan N. Thomas Janitor No. 102-Arrives Slarke .- x.
> Mrs. Martin Griner Mrs. J. A. Futch $50; Melvin Futch $GO; Miss
'unit' MI'VadRwol.th.. Seventy-> '' ((5.95 D. W. Moore Daily except SundaysT
ritr.vr! :: I'KOMIT unit COURTEOUS SEIlt ICEMOIJEKATE M MY Jouvler lII's."lIlIce Geiger and I Miry Faulkner $50: W. S. Sibley $ ; payment: note

$ Z PRICES Irs Cecil McKae dainty refreshments three piiiticipawd in this delight- ;:, $37.23; Miss 'orlie Faulkner $50; I'I fur land $291.25:!! \ : E. A. Wmkler J. UKDJjyHfALTH :>

DeWITT C. JONES :ul occasion. If. B. Wiggins $ were nerved by the hostess- ___ I
t !!Itarl,... Florid S'O/ Mrs. Lubedla Johns $50; Mrs. Sim'ke Bldg. $115; Cal Glisson :, INUPAMCF
3, Mrs. R. L. Cox:: and I MI'''. Gerald I :
Rev Paul Walters of the Ministerial Janitor $20; N. Thomas Janitor I
L H. B, Wells $50; Arthur" McRae I I
I# f' -- -- -- ox. Department> of the Stetson .$41); Puritan Chemical (;0. supplies 'i'f Z'I Jm
Mrs. C. B. Dames and her son I t.:;;.0; G. E. :
at the Baptist : John
preached $31105
; SuiTency holding
nd daughter und Mix J. 1-:. :Me- McCauley $"S, Harmon Mueg'tn I'I
7hurch last Sunday moinlng: und'vening. ':lesion: $2 : trunk Reynolds holdrif A dependable prescription fr "ol'i!!
Mrs. Russell Norman $50
$50 ;
lung and Mr. Thomas Theus", of :
I Ial.tow flcctlcn <2; J. A .1. IIoKwinfy. ChI11sFeverbalaraandtl! and Mr Jack !lure "r'' Jars. Dorothy !Hull\ S50; Miss Mil At
drug stores 25c or send ,
Idro..lessie Wilson of Hrooker \ election to
\oMinfe' $2
: I'WeyVus Ion
noxville: Tentare guests of Mr. i ind Iced Morgan $ 0; Mra. Kil'ia, Pre- Southern Dru Co.Jack
( "t
tended : here last EU1'!
preaching \oldinElec'UIn\ $2: Lorenz Grftn.holiling ,
I : Mrs. H. C 1'I lace. I Jitt, SOO; : MKs Nelta Dean $ro: ; I --- -
;lay evening: : ejection $2:, N D. Wuinwilght
i : Flitch $150) Mrs.: KvaVndeison :
Misses Rava H >iti>n. Hdr.a Big- us Kvel.\n ;
F Mr. M. Z. Sullivan and, familye Sr. holding elpctiun: $2: F
Leon A.
rs IIn J Alary ally Pi luce me via ; hay
the guests of Mr Aulll'an's.unlh..r. A. Scott holding election 52. ('has! '
SIPiO Arthur McFtac saGo J.
Ing Mis. .Sad.e Lull>e Prince. : ;
Mrs. J. P Sullivan Jenkins, holding ekctUn $2: Typewriter 1
Mis. J. M. Moiifiivf and! Mrs J.Muncl'l..f Hairy Benson $13; Mrs. Flay Sullivan

a-id 1 their childrenue : CO::: ; Miss Virginia Maxwell: 5'eivlce (;0. contract t typewriters

ell Hampton 1.11 ( lull $10/ ; Strike Dry Cll'ltl1C'rs.Cleaning ,
I i it returned fiom a visit with *.r>0; Mrs. Bryant BeTslev S1.PO"lIkin..n ;

t 4 lativcs in ttahooohee. The 4-H Club boys of Bradford 1 1V. \\ $120; Harmon I Cuituina $3.87: Florida

I 1 I Union Lake and Orange Conntl..slwill :National Bank payment' Note
Miss L'nza: Wiaver who has been organ $10; Kstelle: Diakeford $3;
go to camp June 21. at Camp Bldg. Ins $12085: ; E. H. Smith 2
-stelle: Drakefoul $3.50 L'stelle
Li school at Ocoee Is with her -
pants. McQuurie\ near ocala" in the National I payments on tank $33; N. Thomas
1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts >r-Keford $27.50:: ; Mrs L. H. Futch
M Forest. : I Janitor $15: Fla. Hdw. Co Roofing
i 'i r her vacation 310; J. Harry Benson $100; LeonA.
The 4-II boys of Hampton will ,, $357.45; Fla. Hdw. Co. Roofing
a $100 Miss' Rosalind
t Robert Chapman has come frome Cray: ;
meet at the County Agent's officeat .Ia-I $203.28 Puritan Chemical Co.
University of Florida to spend" 'I lobs! $ the court house. in Staike, June M.
I $149.31 ; L. Waterson, Water -
'e holidays with his puients. Mi. rynnt Ecnsley $07.10: Bryant
.11 at !9 o'c o..lTii the nioin.ng and $16.52: J. T. Khkland: labor,
"e Leon A. $100
ul Mis. L.. K. Chaprmn and has isley $33; Gray :

;# 9 a Ir' r. Kill, Johnston tit DeLand and leave for camp In a body. :Mrs. Mat-el Wnll $250; Mrs. Emma -- ------
(Signed I L. A. Johns Jr.,
Mill 1 Mis.: Flul't Blown
'r. Will Casey of Gainesville as Publicity Committee.. SG7.13; r.ce
''s guests.; $75.
This club Is composed of hardworking I
After a visit with Mr. and Mra. I Warrints: Diawn on Teichets''a'aiy
S nature loving boys! who I
1' j C0 tttryaome tn ca st F. Chapman their son Lt. L. work together! Hnd pull together.hoping Fund for Tianspoi; 'tatinn. I III.

FAN .iiipman. Jr., Lt. Floyd F'I I :Jay1907! : n. its
tr m 'ke 1 Intelligent successful -
Q 1 srlCtOi" ,d Lt Joe O'Kaney of the U. O. AlUeiman $15; E. A. Sapp
: rrERlpF/f, / $ aiine farmers. We are glad tint $ 1.1'0' : J. F. Hazen $10; C..1. Pow- Prolerl tsar.nrlr _
tis Coipa tt tloned at l'"ntlco.1 sell :N \Tnt.F. oil 11./.
== h'vMf:1RM: they ate going to have such ugl'Und ''r o u n. !
it 11 trans J2.50 .1 I L. An- ,
d palls : '
-t. left :"ulldafor Parrls Islan I I.
% ,ai+ 5 Gw alherarln z:! 1.F.loiS! Tilt: rhl' !
1 aefi a "vi1- po} 6t f JOUANAL C where they ale nt present In outing. 'e-sr n bus It !trtlon :S4.;; : J. E. AJkiiii 'nn' r., ...,,1 l .'ro'n t'' I. E'I'' Il'l: : -lt10FR.1.: : .

t art I ing maneuver service. During j $1CO:; ; J. C: ITrown: S'lO.;: A. R 4 -'I..n' 1..1 I' Oil I'UKSKKMNO: .
I The Chllditn's. Daily Bible I school Moore $55.::;: J. W Hdwurdg$33: ; R a,. .
11 e :1 Leis stay Lt. Chapman and hid ] r JUP: U 1:1.1: ( tot -

y) vr.rl other took their! guests to HE'eralt I j ivll' begin; ft the Baptist Chinch R. Crosby 570.20:::>, J. O. Loyd: S10, FLAVOUR. OF \ KK:

d Florida's, next Monday, June 21 ut 8:20:: L. O. Jt' .nt,4 $10; C M. Phillips $30;
l of .
Interest On
/et ms NK Uar feN Am points ;i i'luisday TABIKS. A ;MKMITLL : l'
f A nalpnNomet n! louirmnf y @ryRuleJoumtl.1. Yq : and Friday they motored 1 o'clock in the mot ring. Every: eve- Frank Ciuce $30; P.oy. Tomliniion : l'aO'lJ ..tI.1\ tIt\:
Ito I
a gala 6 Ms. 0 F Jeur -:j ,. > :St. Augustine, Gainesville, ning through the week theie will $35; H. II. Howard $11 Huoll l C I
I )
\\ Loll
Lhrllit 1 EIGHT
GanK 0 i
C 1 GMllewQ Yr cala. Silver DeLand be taught a teachers braining 'Wall trans. las. $29 85: ; Quigley I
Ilaee MOatin. '- -l Yr' G Gmq If mq Mtu7n O1 yr.a Springs, and lass ut the chinch. All officers and t'oT: Putt t:.
r-I I .
pdtu'ptt rt 2' Q som7f'r Yr.I aytona.Mr.
I fl accdw'tta't' Oats1 Yn und Mrs J. P. Warren andtr I teachers are supposed to b<> In ut- 11 .
a l MOrrln 1 y r. und Mrs Martin Griner en- tendance.. Sentinels
; Q Olce ; Mtg.tin. Ma) a trhmfw Mech1elr '"2 YnOpaatW pete-rs-\\ Revival set vices will begin at the COMPANY
yed 11
C a trip to Tampa. St.
4 -
1 M.Iryir.World Yr *. of Health
Church June 27 on Sunday
\ and Clearwater ? Baptist .
t rt etMN.u411 C1 Yr. R / soar i 1 bp erg Sunday indef

'apy'It A'"N r V 4 18zrti/ : MM1r'r +; z Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. morning and will continue Don Neglect Them I I

I i. Kicharde and bits Annie M. I Katur. d..;.n'.1| law: Hun-yf: : to d4 -
Q wIN, Sat I'Mitu aa tit_ 1 '(r' .rv.' 'iij..l'hrlrte.kt.tokeni" .. h.
I'nwtng blond itrcRm frM nf olluxit '
( an rttiwi 4iKT THE
< a Soo'u Asdd Wary IUm JOyryw1 l A :id little daughter Dorothy Ann IRAI N I I '. i-tpuritiM., lh. .tt of 1"10'-/1. OK VOiril MOTOR VIIII
4 flfij ., .
!- a prolrinr wsa.i immii'r
i OO T'w t.sq "-t-2 th ; Savannah Ua.! Mrs. Herbert Urn. Z. Z. irlfln, Correspandrn'Mrs. I th' kidneys: mtit rwmuvn fromtb K OOL-M OTOR

# urden of Brookaville and Mrs. J. blood If Rand health' Is to rndur.
Ruth Merrill of Jacksonvllle i j Wh.n th. kidney, fill (o function' M
I. Ritch of Jacksonville.On Noun Inundvif, thin la. n>t.ntlon olwat (7ASOLINE ;\ N DOl L S
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. was visiting her sister Mrs that may rau. body-/ .,lcJ. di.tn. KIMC STATIONS IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE AT IMlRSEKVKK

? Ji'anger and son. Walter of Belle W. K..' Green here the past week | M..One'h may d.rh.Duffer attach nagaing of barkaoha.Mmflint diutnvaa.Batting .. "'ITII A COMPLETE: LINK OF

I orn no. i OrTl1l RO. end. j up niflht*. ...*ling,, pufflnaatunder CITIES
;lade arrived for< a visit with Mr. ..... .. SERVICE PRODUCTS
.. All ..... .he >/* -(aH a r ail
.1. .w.......p... 1 'I,. 1'... 0.11' Thu. If... _. I 'I,. Ty All., Onl Pour' nd Mrs.\ J. G. Godwin nnd sons. Miss Grace: GIver, and brother rora.out.Fr Tilt NEXT TIME: YOl'K: MOTOR RrNS: HOT. OET Tit \ r

1 6 'trop'" adaM Gr n Dorru } 3 MM.a''ro. A } .-.-- ... .--- James of B.ntow have been visitIng j may W quant.further: aeanty vida a*,b..raln.,. (ktdaay paaaagaa at -MOTOR UASOLINK FROM ONE OF THE E:

2.10 ., $2.40 Mrs Z. Z. Griff for the past ....dd.. dlaturbaneo. STATIONS. :
GRAHAM TIM raeognlsadi. and 5rlnr5

I ..... I.. C. Hailtk f...n.-+>..... two weeks. Maxvllle und ..a diu rd* _of,. ....'''''n.I*prop kalp. b lfl ...bid..y.. Kitty's Dad Penders 13-28
1 A large crowd from aiaaaa planar d) wr'

I Thl ..._..... I Y"NO. I Au fnf 1101. ..._orna. I Tat NQI All itt Mr. and Mrs. t. W. Dyal were .lay Hill and Long Branch attended 'Caa IM.D.forty.'.yakra Piito.af THay pubtla. kava approval.had n.s Arotidoraad West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker)

t 2SSSS3 Ai rr ** 2 N........ 1'0011'' inner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. church at China Grove Sund'iy. tha awairy var. laaitt aa)
} ...an.. A } Dmmn't. Bald. at all dru* .._ D. E. ROBERTS Agent

x ni. sras B ) $2.25 3 ..... $2.50 '. Wasdin, Sunday. Mrs Ida Chase has returned after | BRADFORD AND ,
.. :an.. B Mrs. Ollie Byrd of Tampa Is vis- spending the past: week in Lake UNION C'Ol'NTIE.4
y ting her mother Mrs. Lizzie Mur- Butler with her brother Paul !SPRINGS!

Niw P.iPtR JNI YEAH hee. Thomas* '

I A..r1_ IIor '1." M..... w..eh..lu. i ,....d_ ..11 M is. L. C. Smith and children L.

a A..ri.... rriMt Q....._ 1.71 MOSS PI.IW .... ). and Alta were dinner guests
{ { II..ri. ......-_ __ .11 0... grad k.T..i -.._ .... 'f Mr. and Mrn. C. L. Bit t of Wal- ( E Q 3 tcwQ "DO PEOPLE REALLY READ THK ADVERTISEMENTS
/.a.r _.. .... Ordw_ 100 Op-"lt1ty Maq...*.. .... a YOU
.......,.'. aa..... I." ....._. M..cnlao LY lo, Sunday. ?" YOU ASK. WELL

Cblld C..P...LIIe. rar-.r. 1.01 I.." P.b7Oiacai-.s..Celtw It ..hip) .I...". Mrs. Truby Dyal of Waldo wasn
t CII.I.U. R.,014 ...1 .. .plaT ..$ our section Monday. | AND IT IS AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR ''HE

f( a Country Cow.r.: Eon..I- v,... LS 1.71: P.pulr PtabH.l :' 1:':'.. 1.05 1.51: I Mrs.\( Clennie Hickok of Starkevas $ 4; *"' ERADFORD f'OUNTY TELEGRAPH! THE

D.II.o '.11 'opwIcl...,. Mo.'hJ7_ '.11 vaccinating children for dlph- 'A" t+ ,t- ANSWER IS THIS: PEOPLE READ ADVERTISEMENTS :

,' Dlai.rain Poultry. ..J.uroat1.71 1 rt.. 1.00: :=::'N.w.k Maeari.II :-"II- LS 1.51: $ hiTin, In our a-ctlon Monday. i :t y d sttty ?c' gs Tar WHEN THE MESSAGFS: '\ ARE

n.14 and a.....- .... A..,... ., ..01... Ids tv'e are very sony to r"pol't'llt- y\ S Tfl.1TA
rlo.., Oro..... .u S..d. .... tle Lessie 'xtw A.ta. PREPARED SO ATTRACTIVELY
HOlD. Art. N..dt.eraa I." ..._a Play LooHau. Starling in seriously ill a a'T t READERS: CANNOT MISS SEEING THFIayv !
.. and Gard.. '.41 aLl.., ler... .... In the Gainesville Hospital with < wp t v
Kou..bold Maq...... 1.71 Sport. .1111.14 .... liphtherla. i t Y ,t > af r; .3 NOR RESIST READING THEM VlKN
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N.C..u'. NII'Iouao 1.01 Wom"A' World 1.0 '
I! Birt Waldo were In our .

vttion Monday. I
Mr and a1r''. l FlJwiird: : Parish I

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for It few days t. m
I Gentlemen K: ADEn SPENDING[ NO MOIIK: on NOI + 'J
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t } yeu's subscription: to your newspaper I nn.! II s. noP.evnd: 1 Is of : TI VT YOU ARE: READING; THIS ADVKRVI : "f J 3 4

tie! ,. g 'amps: are tinting the latter: par'' HMKNT: PROVES THAT THEY TOO ARE a '

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f"W'r. ped listening to her own heart beat with the police letoited Jtmmy.l] ,pointed to a door at the end of the I M B Herlong M. D. Ex Carl Allen
'I If do I' there on the : [ Cat I lion $2. J. B. Rowe Ex Curl r
ROll entered And they m 1'Ol"1'ldl\1' Commissioner's
IyIll1AMJOYCE.COWEN' Allen Carlton $2, K. K. Perryman /
K/AI The apace Inside gave Indication tHICk, "She's in there You got about
of having originally been a "O. K.: murmured" his lI h'ner8.1| fifteen minutes." Minutes II Ex; Carl Allen Carlton $2: Dr. W. y
large loft. It had been convertedInto "That's tight." j! Jimmy, blinking at the change of L. B. Parks Aut. Challey Floyd CorIn j

IL : an office with a half dozen I "Sure. There won't be any trouble light entered the designated. loom. i $10, Then Tlson Cor: Inq. Jury '

,, : neatly spaced desks, some chairs! a I you RO In there. like you was ]: One aide was paitltioned off with luiiMr| I.1st of Floyd $2.1O; A A Durden Cor. ,

7yl1L CiiVA bench and 11 couple of geronil-haml cops and when you ;yell) for >m to stout wire netting. Hose was lul'lhlt..l1k"l'son $3. Alex locI Jury of Floyd $2 10.: Callls\

'II/I./' '' C,1yrrmnlur! !:J- :,-_-: i: knick-knacks. In the rear. was a face the wall and put their hInds standing outside. Her face revealed Cross $2: Kate.: Mitchell $5.: Mrs Manning Cor Inq. Jury of Floyd it

I ''' RAINE .. frosted glass partition running on It, theie's no reason why any \ the emotional. strain through Sheby Thomas $3; .1 F Dm ranee $2 10.: Hubeit Pi'lest Cur Inq Jury '

HALS6V i i"h..t three-qvmrters, of the way to the : of the muggs should think from which she had l pussed.Me l. $2. Will Hughes/ Jl.ftO; Aaron Mc- of ,Floyd $2.10; John Hall Cor, Inq. j

coiling. No tine WAil visible, any ,, nothing,, And listen: I don t want I wns the first to Rjieak."Well Oulie $3; Krnnia Murphy $2; LU- Jury of Floyd $2.10V. A, Bcs- ri

So Fart C'HAPTKK EIGHT \ whpre. no time fooled away with a lot of I now you know. he said zit Hiyant, $2; ;Miss\ Ma Hagan:: $5, sent Jr. ('or Inq. Jury, of Floyd i !
II.'" happened trigger wink Sight on I simply Mrs J. C. Box $3V; N, Urown' $2.10; A. O. Andrea Cor. Inq. Charlie -
ttlllk. tIOllltbt to Standing there tense and Irresolute crazy;)
"'r"" That ," she nnsweied. Andrew Albeit $1,SO;, Mrs. Ellen : Floyd $7.11IB.; 1 K. ferryman
tIh'n from u Gr- All the way home Rose was turnIng Rose suddenly became conscious where ;you're shooting. way I "Yes. Jimmy $2; 4
toP ,|,..ii. -'apt'! he .. hl" over in her mind, the things of n low-pitched bee-like I 1 none of 'em won't be giving out interviews "Now I know." Pad ett $2; Mrs Mary C Cor. Inq. $11.70; Bradford. ] (Co. Telegraph I

prknn vamp' lint I the I turned his face unable Thomas $2 A. K. Gi, iffla $2: MisSeleta Advertising $2; City Light
mall Jimmy \' .., Fred. had slid.: Her pride had madeit droning voice It came from" somewhere ,, to evening paper I lie away ;
cI".1 buddy. Coleman $3.50, Mrs. Belle and Water Plant, Lights and Water
gill he loves mandatory that she answer him in the fear. Steeling herselfto Any questions? to boar her hurl cornpassionate'

.n lIj.1. 10.. the Rather than ruin defiantly. But suppose, just sup be calm Rose slid a chair toward .; "What about when we come look. Paimenter $3: H. D. Stokes $3;; Court House and Jail, $2l>.ll;

rUntfy.: ..se, Fred mete- pose he was right ? And perhapshe the partition. Noiselessly out ?" I "I fig II'' ell maybe you wouldn'tbe JlI I'll. Vindii Korsjth $2; Mis. lola Bradford County Cattlemen Association
>'M hnpplm mound" Williams >2.5O: ; Mrs. Geneva Prln- fencing Tuwn of Staike ;
have been acting from We
Inlerrxts. and might she got upon It. and .raising her Tile right in behind me. I E
,lci" hi.. ottn "Treadvrifj nutr. unselfish motives. head Inch by Inch peered over. drive. down' Swan Avenue, UH far i "I'm your wife", she icplieil Her gle $2,Til); Mrs Jessie Anderson $100; A. O.) Andreu.. sheriff and w
-' he I"' j W. :.r, $5. Mrs J B. Rowe ,
1.11II"| tag- hand was extendvii Jimmy saw it. Z.fh. Mrs Modge deputies costs $27S.7.| ;
at bin Job of circus There were many suspicious Standing with his back to her 'a" the river, and (leave the woiks
fl.k out If the coiner i>f his and.) A. (C Huxley: $3; Riley Johns $3, .AO $32.AO '
the war Fred un- ends which if pieced together, on one nidi- of u rickety table, Will! : to give the photographer 'some fun. ( eye Od. at jail $30 00. Ld $2 ;
barKiT. utter, made a sinister pattern. in her Jimmy. Facing him were five extraordlnnilly Let's go''!" reached forward, with his own. Mis re 7fIt"t Todd',1 J2.ftO.; Mis! [DaisyUaultrson A, O. Andreu. feeding prisonersOS. i.

"It tedlj encounters .1 Inun>, mind. It was hoi'ilble to have such tough-looking policemen. The orruiied si) unexpectedly "I ought tn hove known )'011'<1 belike t2M): Muiy R<>we $2.r. $,/.q fo:.. K. Perryman, Crsl Co. i t 1

rmill, (h .tu'iini-' d l to fliul out h"o..1In that. thoughts about Jimmy if they were At leiist they were outfittedIn -ak-up that Rose had no time to this," he vuid. He paused forii Winnie' Noiwood l $2, Bliss I'cuhilirMwaiito Judges I Court SII30" ; Dr W }t ytu,

hr, I js K.'i'K::: lender, not true. She must know. She hud polic-emrns' lInJfol 1ll8. out of I the !She cruchcd moment then continued half under $3. Arthur Hrjnier $2 ftO, !1'111'118 County Physician! ,\\ 31 T t
,,I'", of murders. Hej.lr.uls get way hI'eatle. "1.11 1l'1I I'm goingto t Saul Flannagan $::1. Mrs" Kllle: M.icHronkie : -
| ? M-I to gel to the bottom of It without Rose almost ciied, out. Only; by a where she was l'nzen. Immobile his < : Frank Lan to
lull"I"I'lt w'th' Jimmy another Instant's delay. Either she tremmilouH, effort cuuM) she 1'1.hel.ltelf. .'- I spet-chles.s. taut they w ere not coming i bent this rap' $\(111"8( : : Ir/ona" Thonits $ IO $i&>5.: A. J Thoniat, extra 'r f ft

the It ul'|>. then sees Kose prlv- move prove that it was nil a fantastic strain I into the front. otf tie I In a, bodythey "Hut, Jimmy you're, glf.ty'Imt !" S2.: Mis. Cynthia I..'' $2. :MoKinley : mileage Clr. Ct.( Witness' $2ti'e(>. 1 t
mil I IK* her to pa smart, lawyer Piivla $3: Mis Kllu-l: JohnsonS. Mi-t'lune: Ji ,
;.111', !" !; and vicious untruth 01 of hereVPII. went buck ti> the tear elevator \\ have I got a 'I' : COllntyI'nt
A lli1S .hl. .orllflllly a.'C'u..8t'r..r . she hardly; dared think of the 811 you go out ingyoui The door, clo.d l after them.Kose for Ilex pulled lots. i>f the boys > Annie Murray $2.5O.; JlII'II.Iul.! Salary $75Oneluilf:;, I ;
civilian overcoats over ;your) \ C' S. (;It llffiH $3 Cieor-;
.llnit back IMIII hilt>2.: : ; tact'ruu'kf
mlsrepresenllng I'll be
it out of tight spots ,
] alternative. might have! hunted, but she dlMliibiillnn rlM'nt'VfurHoat'd'fI'tihhcinattile
unifoims, Jimmy was saying Plerct3
i John
ownndH.. gi.i: Wiilker W&rt
? t to .:;-In{ Idt -- She hurried up the steps openedthe "And if any of you Is picked up had no time. Now that she knew home before you" know it. I,: \V ll.ives.' Adv O>m Tax : ; '
-- "And then Hose's gaze was I Ion $1,0i)0 I OO..VA'ir() ,
out Jimmy s
door, .and called _
host to loom I B: .L, "':-' _Y dlllll'uging. "I suppose' you'vemade j'' Assr. $1211J Tlitmi'ii Hill $i() I ___u_ ._ _ _.
Sufferers. Expect Relief name She rim room ? St. $!. il(>, Ind $1740 $llOU). >,

hay BLOOD Ha was nut at home. "My some fin-t plans Job Is to look for the Kim-Hi: 11y'I d I, Sal. .lit iiItell' $10.| lIa ii', KIVKR

IroniIBGi-1: Opening the telephone book, and citizen! : Ihat tipped the cops off'l old ('. Wall. Sal Siiprv I Keg $:io.C'eiil llorotln' >nppl| [ iirr<-"|H>ndentRev ,

.running' n trembling finger up and I 15
Thomas, hauling gallons:
? 'I" She IIultr
PRESSURE Wunt to kn"hn it 1111
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down the pages she came to the 4 7a i stated at him, us lie shifted. his feet i Syrup !,'7.5o, A..I. Thomiii. :-IpllllJ.; C. .\. Oio.-by filled his. reg-
Y...many mfToren muviper name ;Merchants'! Protective Asso ahrw""r | Term 1)37!) Clr. Ct. Cost $) 1.2(1. niointnH-nt| |' hole :Sunday. it .
relief from HighLied "It was the biggest
t+ 1!rrevnur and the ciation. She tepeited (he addressto uneasily. atoll In the tvot Iii, I Star Chem. Co. Inc? 2 I Ilnz. lit inal Pia'id' :Mis. Roy, hnniiss of

Attrnilmir headache and mrmtitumil durlnm' of. heisdf. several limns then slip- : latl + ilouble-rroHMlnj my pal 'Fred Willis, !" : f{lot $'> Oii.l .: 1 I". 1.. (Conner, 2 day XMil. J.trkHonv.lU. \ spent Tuesday afternoon t i t

:if kt.f..I: continue to ped on her hat and coat startingout HOMe shook her head and ilia' 1 il.iy ('n. Coinm'iH $11.40;: !; II. holeDoiulliy. .
of GarlloPanlcy a
i Tablrta according gain: with but intender V. Sawn: 2 day &: Mil. 1 day Cu Kapp' spent' last week In
spoke any anger
to directions on the The dngy': numerals spelling out Comm'rs SI3.-to.; :M.illoiy Thoni.is, Hiooker with her" aunt Mrs. C; W.
Who uy this t t rentanstrltnee."You're
A rackait will-known physician the address she sought reposed on Jimmy. 1 did it. 2 dayV Mil. I lacy Co. Cumm'rs. Sapp.Misses.
1 ,lane' on request) who used the tablets) a vacant shop. There was a hall wrong and $12:10:! : J,I. M Roster, 2 day & Mil;\ : Poiothy and, Mildred. Lee" I'
ur">ullr In many CMC of hlllh bloodPave.. next door, and an stair I came to the office all alone T. 11D'III and I ll.uty Snpp' wore business visitors I ,,
ALLIMIN Ea..n.. 01 G.rllo way open listened Then I 'plumed' I the 1 day Cu. Coir.m'rs .fllL'O I : t
''VTT.Uoti make l It poMlul.. to jnt such tab.M way leading to the second 1 floor. ; ;i police. 2 ilny t ;Mil.\ J day CoComm'rs. l to Jacksonville, FildayMr. i,1
n.'ct.: \tiiltklf,, .....and.-...I Ina-Jtiwlwlr.odorless and absolutely Rose forced herself to walk up the wire. A $'iri-ID; A. O. Andrea 1 and I Mis: Tom Kdwards: andAlts.

I'.. 'Ism, is'mlul 1 drug.. of,,hero.v.nr. Lartf kind. Sold box the stall a. She reached a glass door His flngeis. giippetl, his day ('u. Comni'rH. HI I C A Knight lOvii I I Han'ell of Drunker\ attended r'
IT > Iruifii rte e"rry maniacal look llickeird) through "
n r barer-size, boa only 11.0." with' the name Merchants':\ Protective u v ,u' y n the virulence Com. nn 1(135( : & lit.til: '; 'I'axi-n Col chinch here Sunday.Mr. .
He trembled with -
, for Sale By Association lettered on it. After t.w..rr eye $31 .43; Hrudford. Co. Tclognipli' : \\'ayn.IIII..pwl'. / of Jacksonville r

IIFLI/S: DRUG STORE a moment's, hesitation she top- of his feelings.! to do. Jimmy Adv. $12r.O,,, Jo'OIIl1S $385: $1(1.35: spent last week-end with hilt '
; lift "What going
are you
----- I'1tarl"UI" Club Allowancelor gnindpaients, ;Mr\ and Mis. 0V ; ; s ,
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"Kill 1
-- asked.
i ? she qilit-tly.
t. LibinryVotk $5; Staike Ice
I BOREE FUNERAL HOME me?" Company. lc<' for. Coutt Hi nun.1f2.75 and :\1..8.'y"n and i
r He made no an. "t'I' The
) 1 Kuntcml-ll.ill I'cttVell children.. and Mrs., Oden Thomas/
' Full llm I of Caskets It Undertakers SuppUet A maniacal look flickerta drained I front his face, his aims I ; : Company. '
nVLANCE SERVICEUAY through his eyes. Ht IrembM he \ Cleik, /S (mice $2' 85: ; Itossii- of Council, CH spent the weekend J
ANtI NIGHT with (lit ttruttnct of Awfeelings. } fell heavily to his siclos. Slowly 'I: Thomas, hauling -isoo! () pounds holy' witlf, Mr and. Mis, Jim Thom a
r eel turned and started for the opposite'side ) +
53 PHONE 53 weevil medicine! ; CJro II. Hornti'd as. At t
of I the room.
(:. II. BENNETT Mgr.: I .L. \: """iI.L ..1 SI Co Folders Ar' Chit Mtg.'I Mr., nod Mrs. Dave Rlchaid and t
INSTITUTION"LEDGER I I : she must Hunk I\n,11 ".'"nmy! aht screnmeil. "c 'onl Record $71.21. K A Wlnkl, '' .
.V HOME-LIKE: you'ie on your WilY to a fancy everyihmg' hack! You don't! tindeistand". .! I Hpl'j'j' Mrs. Roth Welch spent Sund.iy
Bless pasty' I'll be taking the nsk. act with lljjhtnmjfliUe); ) rapidity Lights and Fans Ct }tonne $ : ; | nfternun hole with I their sister,
stitch her legs: to ,lestore theirculation had/ to do this! Wait1"! Robinson Uuiial I I
I got all the machinery in the buck She J.V. Homy Mrs. Marion Slip fft
I tan down the stunn, He knocked on the dam for theguat'tl. 1 Sk. H. I
Young $7 50; A. M paiby ,
of the Iluck'e, don't want nobody Mrs .1. A, Bennett and children irl
for carryin'. n roil hurtled I to a cigar simp on the corner .Moi; | C't H Lawn $2.30: ; Ihown'si'hnrmncy | and Mrs. M. J. Sapp were dinner t
plcltecj up ,
OUTFIT hetoieve get to use 'em.' Iii and into a tel phone booth "Don't you are How pleaded.! clinic $1.50) ; Di. n, L. | guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 1 h) t :'

1 i ifoe around with alightlipped Give me police headquarters!" "You've got to RO I through: It and Haynes; clinic 111.( Ur.V.> \K.: Reddish.. Andrews.Mr. .
paused and looked let them punish) you, HO when It's Mid.Hoti.n.. clinic $7r.CI! < ; Mis. Fay
1 tense,
in a
snulo.,, "I suppose she told the operator nut and lookup und Mrs. J. C. !Hairy of Mac-
over ran come : Co. Telephone
she you Gill if'l I ; Staike Telephone -
voice In a
llildr.t with J. J.
some of you boys know they'ie giving the connection! "Hello1! Listen : to whatever it watches over Gent $K.\'"; W. F;. Mtddlelon.M clonny spent Sunday
/ out three years now for carrying the world and say 'I'm clean' Allen Carlton. $2 Thomas and family,
carefully In abrliit twenty-five' I I :\ L) r.x Call ; I + ,
ii rod ? She might a.* well hive ben talk -- '
minutes a truck will be stopping at I I in heart r wanted,I to h<> The kumquat small citrus fruit }
openedthe i
There. was an appreciative guffaw I I ing to a stone The guaid ) you my 1
the corner of State and DiinlonStietts of hiihband!" Is highly prized In China,
at the gum joke Jimmy waited door" and stood aside for Jimmy so pio-.nl my
The driver will be armed.Never buried. 'I
He was
a moment then went on in a decisive to pass through gone
manner. : mind who I nm! Her voice "Jimmy1! she cried in a last vain her face in her bunds I' Per capita cost of our army Inset

"Now get this! In half an hour I broke. "Only don't fail"! You've attempt) i't only wanted I to honor. (To IU ( fintiniii-tl at $3-the lowest of power-'
there on lime! -
got to get -
pick you up at the pooUoom) on
the corner. of State and Danton. I She hung;: up tie receiver and -
-t clinging for. support to the telephone
drive the two blocks to the
o you trarsmitti-r. began to nh.ike r'' t
aiugc, anil you pile out like ;you l lI
with sobs\ ,

.av iHeRVBY: quelled up ire"What"Nobody's while now". one if we'ie of some going the working pseudo-cops.real to bull interfere inside'show. lock A gmt't He: !tinned motioned t-eyed.I his expressionism to,key Jimmy. in a as cell attendant heIFor I : i'a' ; iji 1 ; IIN ((1 I 1

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{Schnauss-Wipgins 1 :.MISSION HALL titled "And Peter" followed and'I 1 The world large.

\\"eddjn# Announced A delightfully, inspiring service some helpful' truths were no. doubt Kruger N atlonsl" It

FAVORITE marked the opening of the Mission carried home by the large number, ca.
: ocictyj The! following clipping tHKin I meeting this week, at the usual assembled. I
from the Times-Union will be of I
RECIPES hour of study, when twenty chil- There were again quite a few
Interest to the friends hE'reof Mrs.F r I
dren gave several I numbers In song new faces!, some out-of-town folks,
H. Schnaujw, who was formealy
i and choius. also business and professional men
Miss Jewel Wiggins, ulster of Floyd SAVE
I Cake
1 Icil'i. Food
After congregational hymn noted among those present.
Miss\ Ida Lulu Davis :Miss Carolyn Green VVIgnlns of New Ulver. with whom is a
: Mrs. Effie Miner of Lawtey I I nine tiny lots in pantomfne and Something helpful and Interesting -
she made her
home for several
Entertained Honored On Birthday noted for her good cakes and this
song ge a beautiful interpretation -' will be heard next week at Ihe-

Miss Ida Lulu Davis was the Washington.. I). C. yrnrs. week she has !sent! us two recipesfor of a dedication of self in "Loid usual hour.
Mr and l 1\1 rH. Robert Hampton devils food cake. So Just take .. .+
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;:, honor guest Saturday night at 8 Congressman and Mrs. Lex i Wiggins announce the marriage of choice. Both are very, very t
'1 by your thio solo) one of the Attend Assembly
''IGr ) o'clock at a bingo party given Green entertained friends with a their niece Jewell Edith Wiggins, good. After a by
',! I'' her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. R. J. girls with sixteen children Joining The Rev. C. B. Price, Misses
i buffet supper Tuesday In Washington to Dr. Fauntrlruy Harris Schnauss, Two cups of blown !sugar: .
\. I ': j. DM vis, in their home on Temple' D. C. honoring the birthday Saturday, June :5, at the summer creamed with one-half cup butter i? In the chorus, depicted the chll.I Frances Peek. Lillian Stump, Juan-
1'1 Ave.. at which time Ida Lulu cele- anniversary observance of their lodge of the bridegroom on Lake Three eggs |I dren'a part as Sunbeams In life ll a Barefoot, Doris and Fannie Sil

: ) II f.. biatcd her twelfth birthday anni- niece Miss Carolyn Green of | Shore Drive. The Rev. W. K. Pugh i I lOne cup water blinking sunshine and joy Into the cox returned Wednesday after attending
Jit'f \ersary. their house officiated. j hem In of others; then several numbers the Florida Baptist Assembly w
"' Starke, at present Two and two-thirds cups
4 t Effective arrangements of summer -, with her sister. Miss I I'j I were given by the Boree trio at" Stetson University In De-
guest along The bride was married In a Schlapiiraelll before sifting
; flowers, with roses and African of Jacksonville who are always Land.-"Jtr. Price was unanimouslyelected
\ Betty Green. mudel of Toledo Two teaspoons baking powderOne
1\ : J' daisies predominating, were i I welcome visitors. These boys bering president of the assembly
A color scheme of pink and sheer with a jacket. featuring white teaspoon cloves(
used in the Davis home I their
i decorating quite gifted are using for next year, and Dr. Thomas
and white mousxellne soie One teaspoon cinnamnn
military lapels.
white pink
I'' ,, for this delightful affair.At I talent to the glory of their Lord
.. Hansen of Jacksonville elected
carnations predominating In the Mm Schnauas was graduatedfrom One teaspoon allspice was
I; ', the conclusion of several floral display. A large cake, dou. the Bradford County High One-half teaspoon black pepper 'I and are assisted by their father. a director Dr. Hansen once Ii
,, ," .. of bingo it was found I that One of the older girls, who is al- I ,
games ble-tiered with candles carried out School and is a graduate nurse of One teaspoon nutmeg lived in SI a rke. The Staike dele
I .tll ,""I' Dorothy Ellen Steele was the winner the general color siheme. Present St. Luke's Hospital. For the past Put cake together with dark :l ways a willing worker In the serv- gation was awarded ribbons by the
j | Ices, the "Children's Hosan-
i and she was presented with a sang
were': Congressman and :Mrs. two years !she: has been employed chocolate frosting assembly. Morning and evening
\ r'' novelty doll Bet- !, by the Duval County Hospital. Boil one cup granulated sugar I] ni" with a large chorus of children services will be held at the Baptist
Gieen, the :Misses Carolyn <
in which thrilled hear-
j the
:t 4 I' The dining table was covered ty Green of Starke, Miss Ailme ||: Dr SchnnuaH Is a graduate of with enough water to cover until i) joining with the in the Church, Mr. Price announced and}

.1 with a lace cloth and centered by Mann of Jacksonville, Joe Wilcox i i the Norman Institute, Norman I mixture strings. Stir in four' ers lives before possibilities them und the the evening services will be in
responsibilities -
.b.'f ; H. beautifully decorated birthday of West Palm Ueach, Yancey and I I Park, Ga. He received his A B. ounces of chocolate melted anll I I young of those who are entrusted charge of those who attended the
II 1'J. I rake on which burned twelve pink I Chailes Harris of Wa"hington.I'1 degree from Mercer University whites of two well beaten eggs Remove with their' future. 1I" embly.
1 "fI} : tapers After lighting the candIes his M. D. from the University of I from fire and heat until al-' --+--- --
: I"" the "guests were Invited onto most cold. An Intensified study of the life Trading stamps were originatedby
I Georgia Medical School where he
4 11 the lawn where they were .served Rev. Fred Yerkesi was a member of the Phi Rho Sigma -I Boil two cups raisins until sift ; of Peter which was fittingly en Thomas A. Sperry in 1891.

S punch and. cnlce on card, tables. i Honored At PartyThe i frateinity and chop fine. Put between layers ...
t Those invited to be with the honor on frosting I ?(la titSERVEL :
ladies of St. Marks Auxiliary Dr. and Mrs. Schnausx are at AS :SEAR TO YOU
''c guest were her sister, Marjorie I and of the Episcopal Sunday home to their friends at 1349 Edge- Here Is the second one: I FLOWERS
Davis, and Ruth Simpson, Carolyn School entertained Friday night In wood Avenue. I '

i 0,: and Patsy Keen;: Jacqueline and Joe honor of the Rev. Fred Yerkes with -- .. +,_ One cup of grated chocolate I ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J '
-- -- RUNS ON
4' : i Andrews, Cathailne and John Kin- a surprise party lit the home of One cup brown sugar KEROSENE

i'e.,.* Jaw, Joan Davis, Frt'ddleVlmhf'r- Mrs. J. L. )Frazee. This pleasant InterestingIeeting lOne-halt cup milk I ALL ORDERS FILLED IU".OI
; Jy, Sara Barefoot, Comer Perry- Yolk, of one egg AT AMAZING LOW COSTS
( occasion was in celebration of the By AuxiliaryThe I ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY: r;
S. man, Velveree Keen, and Dorothy Rev Mr. Yerkes' first anniversary Cook I these Ingredients together PROMPTLY
Si Ellen Steele of Gainesville regular meeting of the and let cool. -_ _
of his ordination.
( I Miss Esther Simpson assisted Mis Frazee home was attractively Ladles' Auxiliary of the First Cream one-half cup butter and MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke Etery modern itimrn.rnit;

Mrs, Davis In serving the guests. Presbyterian Church was held at one cup brown sugar. Add one- .
frozen ..
decorated with gladioli and (IrM<*rt -!.. (i.U.
the home of Mrs.
Mary Dover and half
cup sweet milk, two well beaten -
Give Dance daisies for the pal ty. Mrs. T. N. Kendrick last Tuesday two ._ ,, IVrfrct f of flour
4 egg yolks cups ( ----------- ---- -------.0-
The Junior Women lire sponsoring < After an enjoyable evening the I night, at 8 o'clock with Mrs. K. whites of two eggs well beaten. :No daily nitration i...rtlrd

a dance at the Woman's ClubHouse hostesses served fruit punch and 1'G. Duncan, president In the chair. Combine this miMine with the I II :No ....t..r or lrctrii!i.No ,

tonight at nine o'clock. dainty cakes. Attractive arrangements of varied custard and then add one .
teaspoon- : mavhinrry to ..,.
- summer flowers were used for I ful of soda which has been dissolved 4Reat4iIt"SAYS I

winning decorating the home for this meet in one-fourth cup of watm water -' : f? lOD\Y> nny farm family cat k. Ir..
Our courteous services are daily I ing. 1 and two teaspoons" of vanilla. J. from the trouble Hml "'iu i ifnKhinhi.f old-

and have | fricfriitHin I S<1'I I I I.; -', .
new customers. Why not drive in The topic for the evening was Use either dark or light icing for lu,
the kernM-ne: (
your car serviced the Standard Way? the West. Indies and the Philip I this! cake. DAD I just R (It w cents Rcrigi'rzttr a day l.rtn cp' (I",1)"or)

pines. The devotions were in -----+- ----,,- tie nilvtintaKea: (,f modern rn\i si charge of Mrs. M. K.;: Hull and consisted I Dotty Sue BiggsHas ten) It Ul.lentli-ul in -vi rv ,i i...
S WE SPECIALIZE ON TIRES and TUBES of song, scriptures, namesof Yardley Shaving Bowls $1.00 I II H<,t whit tie. f.iTirin (;.s 1S I; ,,4
missionaries for the and Birthday 1'.ityDotty : h h h,..trtrnivrvira:<< (r.er, ',r
US BEFORE YOU BUY. day I the fkiiHt ten 'earu.' You f in .
SEE > mn tdrn 1.I
prayer. Mrs. Hull read an interesting ; Sue Biggs was four years I
I I Yardley Shaving Sets $2.85 n-lriKorator on nn tuny .' ?,
f letter from the Rev. M. A. old Tuesday and her mother, Mrs. : I urchnw jilan. Write tcxli.y (x5. *

We Are Equipped to Wash, Polish and Valentine, missionary lit San Juan, E. L Biggs gave a birthday party'' I McKesson Shaving Sets 89c for fn-e!literature >' J
!'. R.; also a short biography for the little/ lady and invited I r

:; t Grease Your Car. Satisfaction Guaranteed. which was translated from SpanishInto twenty of her little friends to
English by Mrs. L. Torruella. I come and make merry with her. i. Cigarette Cases and Lighters $1.00 to $5.00 D. E. ROBERTS

IJ: ; A.A.DURDEN SERVICE STATION I Philippine Mrs C. F program Ward and presented head enlightening a- many After pretty Dotty gifts Sue the had received children Thermos Bottles .98 to $2.39 \\OKTI1INGTOVrKlN(;-, ILCatlemaii \.

? SS Corner of, ItoiiiN 13.tndtH, !i St-irko .,... I articles on natives and played games on the lawn. In the'' I I pfau*Mud_,wiihnol. ott. j
II missions of the Philippines. peanut hunt Joe Monteith found i Flashlights .49 to $2.50 I I tiuD.complete. In/onnkl;M:I,Hlxnil, Snnvlttecuoluz. '

:_._ __ _._ ___ I During the social horn the hostesses the largest number of nuts and re- I UM KVDKM 'in>wSlnwt ,
assisted by :Mrs. W. S. Gibson ceived as a prize a boat set. In Pipes .25 to $3.50 I .....- I

of Clearwater, served a refreshing the contest, pinning on the don- I I

if sweet course with lemon key's tiul, the best pinning was I< II or.K.P.D__ __ __ _

} ade. I done by Margaret Monteith and CANOVA PHARMACY Ii i IT..... I

4' III ? --..-------_____ I the prize given her was a jump- -- 6Lo" I

NOTICE. I Ing rope, J . .. I.---- ------CuJtslLflJlJlJLflJlJLrlJmJ'LflJLs
,,0;.---------- -------'------- :
Refreshments were served on the .
The Royal Service of
program lawn from a table centered by the tbirthday .
the Baptist Woman's Missionary "
cake on which burned'
Society will meet next Monday at 0. 2 ('anStandard Wack
-I the Baptist Church at 2.30: o'clock pink candles. The guests I FLOUR 80c GREEN'S
grouped around the table and sang
p. m A business meeting will be
"Happy Birthday to You after
held at this time, also, and the which they were served individual I 2 .Lb.. TOMATOES can 6c
program will be In charge of the
I of ice The
cups cream. white birthday
Young Circle. STORE
I II -- .. cake was surrounded with pink
rose-buds and lace fern and was BEST N o. I Inl..n 10 lit'

Kinchcn Buy Home much admired by the guests.
1'';. L. Klnchen, local barber, has The favors were noise-makers, LARD 21bs POTATOES 20c
purchased the J. C. Manning homeIn whistles and balloons From a; 25cl:: STARKEFLA.lET ; .

the southeast part of town at trellis in the yard were suspended. '

the corner of Laura and Water the multi-colored balloons and each
child was given the privilege of OR CARNATION RIB BEEF
Streets. He anti his family will

foRwtL take Immediate possession of the selecting one. Mrs Bigga was assisted MILK 3 tall cans 20c STEW Lb. lOc
propel'ty, and plan extensive remodeling in enter taming the childrenby ,
on the house. her mother, Mrs. O J. Griffin,
and Mrs. D. A.: Monteith. I 8EST ROUND

tL I1&fATHER'f liz, THEATRE Griffin Mrs.The\V.out-of-town and. J. daughter Griffin, guests,Mrs.Verna Eugene were Jean,: i RICE 5 Lbs. 24c STEAK Lb. 17

STARKB of Jacksonville, Mrs. O. J. Griffin, :
St. Augustine :Sirs. A. C. Durden :sc PKO. CHEESE, Pound 22c

and grandson, Jimmy Hoppe, of SALT Pkg. ____ 3c :,o.IOKEDfEmT :

'f : 25c to 95cA I Tampa.Houseparty-. EnjoyedBy --- :\ ,' OR BELL SAUSAGE_ _ _, Pound_ _- 12_ _'2e

Jacksonville Choir BREAD 3 Loaves 25c
STEAK Pound l2Vzc
TO YOUR FATHER'S Mrs. James McBride Warren wasa
Y PAY GIFT PROBLEM. FOR delightful hostess last week when I ROLOGNAQI
ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc
YOUR SELECTION WE HAVE she entertained the Junior Choir.
O A THE R E D TOGETHER I' of St. Mary's Episcopal Church of'' SAUSAGE Lb. 12'hc 1

SCORES OF HANDSOME TIES. Jacksonville at her summer cottage I' ",ART .J.\R RELISII or

on Kingsley Lake with a house

L OTHERUFTS party. SALAD DRESSING 20c BUTTER Country Roll lb. 30e

6 Bathing boating. weiner roasts, .
PROGRAMFRI.sVT. chicken fries hikes and an amateur
1II\T AKE :THE TO PLEASE: night wele njoyed during the QUART JAR TCO'IIINTFsoLLTb
I I BBtA 1&
I .. .H'NE' 18-18 week. PEANUT BUTTER 25c .
ODISlImT" ; Those enjoying the houseparty
Double Feature -
; MEN'S; HANDKERCHIEFS; I with the hostess were Doris Belote, GROUND D.\IL'-Pl"RF.
Carol Dlggett. Betty Jack Jones, PRINCE ALBERT- I lOc
"Hopalong Cassidy
COFFEE Lb. 121c
-S( S.f 4. MEN'S HOSE Roy L. Jones Jr., Arnell Peterson. I ?

"FRIENDLY FIVES Returns"Vm. Byron Peterson, Doris Powell
\ Bo.id Francis Bedell, Elsa Jones, Mar- 15c PKG.
MEN'S HOUSE; SUPPERS! Jorle Scarborough Margaret Pace, CIGARETTES 2 for 25
MEN'S BELTS I "Penrod and Sam"Billy James Puce Jr., Barbara Barber, iiiiA -
I BEANS Lb. 7c ;
:Muuch Langdon Barker, Chester Jones,
I i. S MEN'S; SHIRTS & SHORTS II Richard Jones, Billy Goldstein, Bet MUSTARD. Ot5. lOc

MEN'S II.\TS' I l'N.-MON.: JfNE 20-21 ty Sanders the Rev. John L. Old. GREAT NORTHERN

( "God's Country ham. Miss Ann Oldham, Mrs. Eric j BEANS, Pound 8e
; S MEN'S POLO SHIRTS an Jones, Mrs. Marion Barker, Mrs LU'K
i The Woman" N. R. Peterson. Mrs. Harold) Dig-
S MEN'S; SUSPENDERS; I <_ieo. Brent gett. all of Jacksonville and) Ralph ASPIRIN Box 2e PEPPER 'Ih-Ib. lOc
Rhodes of StarkeEI.LINGTOV
WASH PANTS1VL Be\erly Pioberts1lE5.I.Y I _ _ _ _ _ .

I Luvenia Ellington, age Gal. 39c Pkg.71f

"Hideaway Girl" five months, infant daughter of Mr.
and :Mrs John Arch Ellington of
Martha K.e Mark. died at the Ellington residence Better AGENT FOR Quality

1VL I k'F! FrIJa)'. The child was born .
\\KD., THrns.. .Jl'\Y. 23-24 January 31, this year. Funeral and | TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.

"MarkedVoman" buiiavere) Saturday at the SantaFe I

Cemetery with Dr. G. H. Lowry

Rett lHumphrey "&K.tr ,I. were officiating, tinder the Funeral direction arrangements ef DoWht I. I 4,3-9-3 Per Ton $2I.75.J4-7-5 Per Ton $24.10Q

C, Jones. I It 1LJY< L- l.! L>tLft __

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'ftlUil -- '
I Mr. and Mrs. L. H Futch are, attending ( Fi lends ofM-r Torn Moore of I: Mr and 111'11V.. G. Halle had Mr, and 1 Mrs. David! G. Ross, of I Lake Genera Man Dies '
summer school at Stetson Heilbronn will regret to learn that as guests last Friday Mr Halle's Starke, announce the birth of a
University In DeLnrv she has been confined to her brother and .sister-in-law Mr andMrs. daughter; in the Alachua County Louis Klrar. :59, of Lake Geneva &+I
home I Ga., In Gainesville June 7 tiled In his home Monday Mr ICt- s sear
of for some time because of Frank Halle of Rutledge Hospital t
Bits born June 9, 1878 In Slamn.
: I Illness. Mrs. 1 lei shell Bowman and Joe
Mnt. R. F. Prather and Miss ---------
Clarice Gill spent Tuesday In Jack- '' ---- -_ |I !Knight of Atlanta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. K J. VVhete and Austria and moved to Lake Geneva ,

: sonville. I Friends of Met til Futch will be I ------ children, Dotty and Edward, and In 1921. He was retired I and

LocaINeC0SCERNING I Interested to learn that he Is workj j I Mts. La Grler Andrews of Winter !Mr, and Mrs. Joe I Freeman" of Tam single One brother Math Klrnr P 4 y
Haven last week were visiting Mrs. \\lhE'lE'lntl of Ipnollha.'Is.., survives him. ,
Mr. and M is. T. T. Lung weie Ing in Belle Glade with Lhe Everglade : I was the guest pit
guests Monday of Dr. and Mrs B. Experiment Station of the of her sister Mia. H. R. Hutchmgs, :Mrs. Freeman's brother, F. II. Box Funeral arrangements are under
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I and ..ttwhlC'h direction of DeWitt C. Jones and ''lid
; S. Carroll In Jacksonville.Mr. of Florida en route to Jctuutp Oil., where she here Saturday Sunday
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I University : will visit her parents :Mr. and' :Mrs.O. time they were accompanied place of burial has not yet been de
PROGRESS home their mother, Mrs. M. clued!
H. by
Mrs. Frances Sweat GlIIlfonJ.wh. ? '
and Mrs W. G. Stringfellow t Jlartlyun.- 1 i
Box. -- -- --- I
.) has been stayingwith the R..v.anti -
and! children of the State J Farm
I I, spending! a week In Pensaculii. I Mrs. B. M. Montgomery/ has Mrs. S. Jo:. Brownlee. Mis. W. L. ___ u __ _. __ ___ "Carrying trade" \\a a phrase ;/ J4i

'I '- moved to the hohie of Mr. and Mis. Wall and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Among those attending summer used In |H>litical economy und,! in
\ lluldHh/ Coipening of Jack- Mrs A. F. Saula spent Tuesday: Miss Mary Canova of T'lIahas-1: Carl Johns. were in Gainesville Tuesday visiting I school at the University of Florida commercial transactions to designate '+ d i

Jlme spent the week-end here.E In Jacksonville. I. see Is upending week I Mr and Mrs. Augustus C. In Gainesville are Mrs. N. u. the commerce of different t a

I I I her mother Mrs. K. E Canova Mrs. W. S. Sttoman went to Long and thr"eIt\ LI daughters, of Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. VV.' II. Hart, countries with each other. I
vholp etroiteMlchiguo Mrs. Walter Bakers of Foley arrived -I! -- Jacksonville Sunday und Is spending The Hague. Holland who are house Miss Hope Haynes, Miss Lucille -- -- -
E jii' i" Saturday! for a'visit with her I! Mist. Ruby Lilly Is attending the week with her son-in-law I I I guests of Judge and Mrs. A. V. !Kennedy, Miss Lucille l- Edwards

usI mother, Mrs. Eva Fernandez. summer school at the Florida State I[ and daughter, Mr and Mrs. JamesGodhold. '!. Long. :Mis. Blanche Edward of Law tey. CENT A WORD
\Vinnwrlghl, Jr. was a bus- ._ Miss Willie Mae Hlnsnn of ,
l v i ----- College for Women In Tallahassee.J. I I -- Hampton }
ness :,Is", "i In Jacksonville Friday 1011'sV.. J. Griffin of Jacksonville I' --- --- !. ----_. Mr. and Mrs \\'. H. Smith had :Mrs E. \\'. Hayes Jr. and Miami

Is the guest of her niece Mrs.E i I \\', Abernathy of Daytona I Mrs S. S. Doling and,! daughter. 1'all their guests the first of the Mrs. C :M. Howard.Friends I. I I I COLUMN _

G I I. I' u.n of Tallahassee spent L Biggs. Beach was a visitor h'I'eVe n"AI Miss Nettle Powllng, and H. I week :Mrs. VV. L. j Edwards, and -- -- I WANTED: Man with car to take 4: ,'

'hl \\ ,', ,,.nd here with friends. I day. ,I H. Stroman spent :Sunday' in .lack- i: daughter Frvdricka and I"II. nf Marlon Williams, over profitable Rawlelph Route

of Miss Minnie Bessant of Ft. Lau- -----..-- i Honvllle visiting Ml und Mia :i Frank U. Bauknight und littledaughter son of :Mr and Mrs '1'. S Williams, ,Established: ciiHiomers. Must be i + I
DiIjedin I Sternberg visitor Daytona here. clerditle is visiting her parents Mr. L. B. Jordan of Hialeah arrived | James Godbold. J.lne.rI'C'II.! / all of Jack will he Interested to know that he satisfied with earnings of $30 a ,

recent and Mrs. \\.. A. Bessnnt. '' Wednesday for a two weeks' visit --- --- sonville.Judue. was graduated from Unenford Military week to start Write Rawlelgh's t I

--Stokes--Is-in Ocala : with his family. I !Mrs., L. G. Powell has Ietutned -- -- --- Academy June 17 He will KAP-223-101Z.! : Memphis, Tenn., or

j,I',? .mi-lie. I Mrs. O. C. -R-E'glste-; and baby.' home after n delightful vlxit with ): A. V. Long of Oninvaville visit ft lends In1.1I.'ju and Holly see A. D. Zarhnrlas, Lake Uutler. i,
..i611I1L 'nds.r have been visiting friends here for Mrs. VV. S Wimheily and daughter. -' ,relatives in Columbia S. C., Savannah land, his four giunddaughteis. Kli-: wood. ('u l., and will later visit his I Fla./ 5.2"-41/1/
Freddie, are! visiting lelatlves I gnbi-th+ Ellen and Shell Long, of uncle Hear Admiral Y Williams 'I
several days. Ga. and also/ a trip In the -- -- -
,? K Flynn !and son George in Kustis.VV.: I mountains of North Carolina The Hague.' 1I01l1ln :Sunday in Gainesville. -- --- --- Ann Canovn of Gainesville werehere to attend a prepnrntoiy: collegenext meat :Sep' Mrs. S. H. Johns lti;
pen /
Jr. I
Mrs VV. A. Bessant Jr.. is visIt- ----- --
C. Box returned home Sutur- '
Saturday visiting I the little'K fall.
ing relatives in Bartow for two I Mrs. Koxie Ameison and sons FOR RENT; J Furnished t
\dldns is visiting day following an extended visit ls' gteat-grandmother, Mrs. S. apart 4
I. I"-
John/ and Earl of --- -
Miss -
,relatives In Miami. weeks- relatives in Tampa Luke City spent i I I':. Brownlee and other relatives. ment. Mrs. I... E.' Moweley Itp L t
frlend mi the week-end with her .
....... Urycnt Iti'i/uesl -
Mrs. Sam Anderson and 1I1's..J"s.Ie Mrs. and son-in-law/ Mr. und Mrs. J. ---- ----- FOR :SALE, or rentft room house '
C. is
A. liurden of
Miss Minn, Manassa Is visiting Mae Blakeley spent Thurs i : Tampa G. Lynn. The Rev and I Mrs. B. M.I Montgomery "If you don't want people to with 15 arIes land!, Ideal for
the guest of Mr. and :Mrs. O. L. .
lativ-- I. Atlanta Ga. day afternoon In Jacksonville I j BeahlE' ---- i and children returned think the Townsend. flan is deiiil t trucking/ UtI chicken raising, All
-- I : Mr. and Mrs. f'I'I'olIvare: had home Monday afternoon. Mrs.Montgomery hisure and attend the f rcgulermeeting kinds bemiring/ fruit trees City '
was' visiting rclRaifortl their I ): and children' had been next Monday' night June J I Maurice/ Edwards: 1t
Mrs Eunice Box Miss Shirley; Murray/ of Jacksonville :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and daughter, as guests Sunday Misses Ma. jxiwer
t visiting in Pun In Gorda: and Mr.Montgomeiy 21," Ernest Thurnqiiest. Herretaryto .
,tlVt'S III Tuesday. was the guest Sunday of Miss :Miss Hazel Adkins are j bel and Pearl Reddish, HerbertVValdton !
spemiing'a +
Virginia: Alvarez. and Joe Biaden all of ( attended the annu.tl the local club urged this week, FOR 1'1.1.111:10: \ : Miidel "A" Ford, P
week at Jacksonville Beach.
Mrs\ mi Hoover and Mr. and -- -- ; __0 __ I Jacksonville. conference of the Methodist The meeting will begin at H o'clock, pick-up truck. Cheap for cash '

Mrs 'lame Chare of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hall Jr. and I Bobbie Biggs will leave Sunday -.- I 1 Church which was held in !St. Pet- Mr Thiirnqticst says unit as usual See Billy I Dowllng, Staike. /Kin. I'

pent Thursday afternoon at the children spent the weekend In | for Camp Immokalee where he will I The Woman's Missionary Society ersbuig.I will be held at the court house. O. Box 5M. Itp/
1 Kingsley Lake. relatives. of the Methodist. Church willmeet 6rt
: stage' on Cairo Ga. visiting
Fence: spend twenty days at n boy's cainp.) I
Monday afternoon at three
-- -
Sufferers of Owen Griffin of St. Augustine Miss Beverly Cady and Miss p.lt-I(I thirty o'clock at the church Devotional : NASWORTHY'S 1 {
friends and relatives .. and business meeting. '
| was Brinson
visiting | sy are enjoying a .ttlf'r'r 'ti
ri UK:
STOMACH ULCERS here Sunday. I In Sandford. N. C. - ---
t Jesse Newsotne spent the weekend :
<: HYPER ACIDITY Mrs. -L.-S.--Hutto and! daughter, In Jasper' and was accompnnl- I I P i TO'. 'M (.
i Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. Davis left today I I..d BORA]
j home by Mrs. Newsomi': andtheir S r,
j Garnita in S. \
DEFINITE RELIEF OR i| In (Friday. Ga.I ) for. a two weeks' stayAlI..nla. i: visiting, relatives.are Oiangebutg- Ci I 1 daughter, Evelyn, who had I
MONEY BACKTHE visiting there.

W'ILLARDTReBnlteW..tbommennhl I Mis.. Jessie Jae; lilnkely had as Mist Leila Dea Andrews of Ocala I! Dr iind Mrs. M. H. Meriting had SOAP1 GROCERY CoffeeSR.ut.
hr lI ,!.f.t r..PI. ot at.wr.eh.t.dDod.nd her guest Sunday Miss Lois Terrellof I teas the week-end! guest of her sister -I :
as their quests; over the weekend !
Vtcm due 10H and brother-in-law, Mr. andMrs. '
Lake "a :tl)
,.uml"t IIIT form of.51""""'* / City. i Dr. : nd Mrs Mark Adams and Dr I FINE FOODSSPECIAL
re, tins), -n ""ur.. Add SOLD ON i: H. C. Brown *.
II D"VS TRI' L. For rornijlua /In- I and. Mrs. Gus Millet nil of Jack-
J..miai..n, r.- .p Mr. and Mrs. L. A Davis ,returned donville. PRICES
it RNL.."A ah'r home Monday afternoon from Miss Kitty Hogsed will leave to- i I 121k,
----- ----
mot row for a trip to Ashevllle. N. IOC 1 '
.. St. Petersburg where they were i C.. and other points in the moun- I Mrs. Geoipc, 1 II Flynn and FRIDAY and SATURDAY
81:11\\ *. PHARMACYMarke : delegates to the annual conference daughter, Betty Ann and son, Bil-
Florida I| of the eMthodist} Church. i tains.Mr. i Ily Powell and Miss Miriam Guy of CAULIFLOWER 12c
PRUNES 4 Ibs. 25c
-=:: -- j[ Hampton spent Friday In GuineaVlllP. '
and Mrs. Paul 10: Cnnova and U III 'IK SIIAKU:, SKIN

'NAT SEZ : | children spent Sunday: in Ocala/ ,I I ______.__. SI'AlillKTTI: OK Lb. 5c h, t"
i I with Mrs. Cannva'a mother :Mrs. ONIONS
I Mrs. Gene Griffin, and daughter,
Well, lIntl.I.; Is Father' Hay; j iP.U. Flowers Eerna Jean and Mrs. Maude Alexander MACARONI 2 Pkgs. 5c FIRM, UKIlKIKi:

I mill It K up to mothers, HOIIH, and 1 Little Miss Beverly Parks of all of Jacksonville are

daughters, und grandchildren to do Atlanta. Ga., has arrived here to spending a month nt their cottageon LETTUCEFRESH Ea. lOc ,
MILK 4 tall 25c
something about It, Father "pui." I spend the summer with her grandparents Kmgsley Lake. cans

's nil the rent of the year 110 It seems. Dr. and! Mrs. ''.', B. Parks. I TOMATOES Lb. 5c i '
Mr. anti Mrs. F. B. Korb of Roaselle -
only fair that one lay out of HU3

viC should b* set aside to "put" a little Mr. and Mt a. L. C. Ray. of Jacksonville I 1 brief, visit N. J..with arrived Mrs.Monday Korb's sister for a PRINCE ALBERT can lOc l I Tender SNAP Beans, lb. 5c ,
the week with
,/ hit on Father. "So If you decide l to spent past ''and
| Mrs J. W. White und other rela- brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J.
put .shirts, socks., ties, handkerehiets i T. NaiworthyMia.

or an;\thing else to wear ,I livE's.I ----- I i-I
-- I'
nil him you can find just what you Tolbcrt Hlack and baby of T
I W. P Smith was in St. Petersburg LARD 2
want at !ootcornb..rg' last week Attending the annual Luke City and Mrs. W. S. Gibson 1 C

earl I / conference of the Methodist ; and baby! of ('ll'nlwater are guestsof 2
Church. their parents Mr and Mrs.or Lb. .22c
I N. KE'n'lck.MI' i .
Ill'\l.In- NEWPATTERNS Miss Suzanne Davis and Miss II
Helen Partln of Fernandlna came and Mrs VV. M. Wainwright

Shirts I.V Tuesday und are guests of Mr. and and children of Tallahassee are RICE ( SUGAR TIP TOP MARKET.
Mrs, L. A. Davis. ,spending n week at the Cnnova cot-

Ml Stirs t Ties50c -------. tage on KmgHlcy Lake. Mr. Wainwlight .
Mis.: 1'':. J. Dowliog has returned state auditor, is working In j Fla. Round x
Jacksonville this week. 5 Lbs. 25c 5 Lbs. 25c }
$1.00 --- to her home here after spending I STEAK Lb. 17c
====== several da\'flln BR''low'lsltlOg relatives I
anll-friends. Miss Loin Lung of Jacksonville,
-IVK.: HIM: ( HKTIKK I ( Richard Thede of Gainesville! John SWIFT'S C'OIXfft\-IWU. RIB STEW, Lb. 10cBUTTER

I Ellen Steel of, Gainesville 1 Witherspoon and Grover McCall,
SocksMte GK.1DE \ Is spending the summer with I| both of High Springs were guests lb. 39c Dressed FRYERS lb. 25c 4

I | her. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J i I Sunday! of Misses Evelyn and MarI jmj

quality Shirts25c B. Sapp. i I Jorle Stump..:... OLDEN I'HIIIK ()[.t'n: found __ _-15e Longhorn Cheese, Lb. 25c l ''

$1.50 I 1 Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Bryant and Mr and II'R.V.. P. Randall and Swift's Corned Beef, can 19c Salt Mackerel, Each 5c j
a of friends from Jacksonville
retui ned patty -
J | :Miss Dorothy Noegel e
\ HUi LINE OK BfV Hilt .\ :.NEW i Sunday after spending a week in were guests Sunday afternoonof Fla. Chuck Roast, Ib I2l/2c
i New York and Washington, D. C. Mrs. Randall's parents, Mr and Stand. Potted Meat 4 for lOc 4 I.N0. I.
HAT Mrs J. :M. Alvarez, at their um-
STRAW -- --- ---- ,
WASH Mrs. B. M Fus-suil and daughter mor home In Kmgsley Lake. : I NKU KO"'E lt'
I'KH KI) KKOM: Miss Lunelle/ Stokes, and fun Marvin BEST
Stokes were \inltlng friends In The Woman's Christian Temperance POTATOES 10 Ibs. 15c k kKt.r
I Union will hold tchir
Ocala Sunday.j weekly : IRISH
$$1.49-$1.98 $1.00 upTRADE meeting! nt t the home of Mr andI

Lulu and !Marjorie Davis are I Mrs. J. T. Quigley Friday afternoorr
j V\HITK Itnll.l.M.( : KKI.MKiO'M: lilt \TKKM: IT j
-- I visiting their uncle and aunt Mr. I at 3:30: p m. Members and I

( and Mrs. R. J. Tatum in Jackson I fl lends l _expected_____ __ I '
vlll for two weeks! BACON BACON i :tESI I JUICE
Harry R. PI ile. assistant cashier i FL

VV*. H. Smith. N. G Hayes andT of the Florida National Bankof I t/1

MARK, I<. McClane. Jr. were Alachua some i Florida Jacksonville Bank at has Starke charge for several of the .Pound 19c ;1 Pound I2l/2c ,,3 Pkgs. 25c 3 No 2 cans 25cTOMATOES4no2cns.25FrATCHES I

yesterday looking over purebred
Hereford stock. i days in the absence of the cashier,

i I W. B. Sewell. |I 2 15c
Mr. and Mrs. W G. Haile and | Pkgs.
\TTANShorts j ;;:
:M VMIATTANSHIRTS: }XNII I son Jack, spent Tuesday in Hast | Mi"s Doris Marie Walker, of
Starke' was on the honor roll for
I Shirts ings. Mrs. Halle remained for the I I '
or 'funeral of C. H. McHugh. I the second semester at the StateI IttLL11t1)'Y \I.r.uns-.f.ltl..lsn: ,

I College for Women in Tallahassee.. :5-I.HS. I't-LBS. i1-I.It..
50c *. :Mrs. Abbie m! She Is a member of the freshman
$2.00 I Mrs. VV H. Ejrgs.;
Harley and Miss Mie Wells/ all\ of class .

1.ft'F'r.s Lawtey were guests Thursday!', of !\ Mrs. R. H. lioree of Jacksonville Flour 22c 43c 77 c
111 N: Ii.\ rT.SHANDKERCHIEFS Mrs E. L. Biggs! ft
Bathing TRUNKS Its| spending the summer with her .

Mrs. K. G. Duncan and lion. I parents| Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett -. -. ,
and while here she la attend.I --1
Kasper. and R. F Theis left Sun. i| __ Ho li lB IIBHiBH I IHB QiB HBIB IHl BH BHIBH HJ BHIH I B I HHHi V CI,
$1.95 day for a month's visit In Mobile, I ling summer school at the University t

25c Ala. of-Flotlda- In Gainesville. Salad Dressing II Tuna FishIb.' 15c
------- I J .
Miss left Wednesday
Marjorie Stump
;MANHATTANPAJAMAS MANHATTAN- Senator and Mrs. Charley E. ,
for a ten days' visit with QQI.QQI.22S5c
Johns and Miss Katharine H.iyncs |{ SPORT SHIRTS are spending a week at the 'Wainwright relatives\ In New York City. From
there she will to \VltrmscoUsan RehshSpread |
cottage on Klr.gv'.ty; Lake go SALMON TaU Can lOc
..-------. $1.95 $1.00IT Mrs. Leo Witkovski arr\1ed l yesterday I, bl-acnuai convention; of the Zeta td'

I from Lafayttte. La, for 8.1, Tan Alpha sorority. Miss Stump I I
visit with her aister-ln-Jaw lfr.. I' la the official delegate from theBeta BANANAS. 4 Ibs. 15c
PATS TO BTTT ATSTERNBERG'S I E. S. Matthews She was accompanied 'I Gamma chapter at the Florida I
by her son Albert! and l I I II State College! for Women. Before : i

daughter-in-law. ::111'8. Paul VVitkovakl returning home she will visit _
I !
relatives In Amherst Va.
also of Lafayette. j I I


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e' .PAGE SIX _,'no_._ -_ '. ..BRADFORD COCXTT TELECR_ .IPH STARKE 1TDKIU.4 __ _. __ FR1D\V, .11':,\ ,. I K. In. ...

-I- I about improvement in production. I -.- - -1 aI All Employees I gards to the dangers ti, ,

they have also Increased competition I these delightful pastlm lit '"

I and established a definite Must Pay Tax, Every year the new"p. .

nccJ for trained: leadership.The I i Collector Says I ry stories of incxperien, *N
FARMERS SECTION farmer who liLa adhered to I mers. taking risks an.': ? 'WIll!-

I1. old inefficient methods has remained I II I | der for the third limp 'l Jn-
I 1 Expressing the opinion that hundreds b.1(
'1 htatlc or has slipped backward News of Florida in Short Paragraphs of taxable employers in this ;.body pulls them from H \me"

Conducted by Demonstration I Agents while he who has accepted I grave. Similar incidents 'ltry
I district still labored under the misapprehension : ., ,
t tI"
the methods and iIfl.'
Improved new icled about boats
I that they were not j turning ,
lucas and has put them Into effect I letting the ,T 'nj
to the of occupants _
taxing provisions
_' -_ L 't'l
has advanced. One must move ( get to shore If
I I Title VIII of the Social Security they can
forward with the times if he Is to l Plant City
I tUG INCOME: nnulxo l'ER\II'rS: ri Act and were not obligated to file I we hope. uuied 'f'tI.
I avoid being left behind.It I such
Hints To Housewives RURAL Is this need for science and WAUCHUL.ARay Marsh recorder JACKSONVILLE- -Building permits Treasury Form SSI Collector of j this summer.sorrowful However<<11'c'i ij ''I*'

leadership that the University of said the Wauchola Farmers increased $3,930,122 in May Internal Revenue J. Edwin Larson all of i 'I'' I II "
us to
... .1 .j: COMMON SENSEBy Florida College of Agriculture State Market paid out almost 193rt to $5.466,599 In thirty-three I today called attention to that sec- I In our water exercise' P", ar.
: "' frfirr* Home IVrn II f'f.kI3 striven to fill in Florida agricul- a quarter million dollars to South Florida cities In the same month I 10
II..t". :..- SPUDS JoINSONSllNE. Florida farmers. the past "every individual" shall pay an income live through the sumrn. .
!! f tIn "pN'I ture. Dean Wilmon Newell and his j; during this year, the state chamber of 'nth

tt1:. associates\ make every effort to I season for farm produce. James commerce reported. Miami was/ I tux on wages and that 'ev-I -__Plant_ _____City_______CourierTt _____ _.

p'' 4 i FKMT 1'E.ATB LK\1)KKSH11'. provide, these two requisites for :McGee market manager reported I first with a total of $1,494.659 for ery employer" shall pay un excisetax > WHu.M I'!' ;\.A'n --

Fruit meals are fllshlonable.If HKQI'ISITRS; FOR .-.\KMriJOGKKSS : successful farming to the youthof a total sale of 139,781 packagesof the month. on his employee's wages. :Notli-e i IH hett-bv gin\ :.- ,

In summer K.MI'HASI/EII: t the state in order that they and various comoditles during the I _._._.__ I "Too many employers are con- I the .lid day of July, I jj, I '
the NY Iu
f.f, They appeal to appetite the lionorntle. '
', ami help to recapture lagging the state as u whole will continueto '-, market's first year of operation. I: FREE MTKDEK: CHAIMiK 'fusing the provisions of Titles VIII I 11111I", ....II"Iy Jlld..tf. .t"..I .
;i has been the vehicle on I'! which closed Marsh's '"..IIly I" ccii' Ih", Inl.,.. "1
energy\ In winter Hotels and tea Science\ progress. recently. I| WEWAHITCHKA Theo. D. j and IX and think that because they ""''''.)'Ih. II itiintr, in .. \i.
which agriculture has moved stead 'I i figures show tomatoes brought the do not employ as as eight aii ": .1 c'T..n .
many I".n..t .
rooms charge high prices for fruit Three hundred and seven youngsters | Levins was free after a three-day I It
: : few Warcrcit.v.nj'w, 'iirni'k- I
'. meals or "fruit pIli tes. Fruit ily forward during past from farms In every section greatest total $120,742 for 60,731 i trial onI murder charge in Gulf I{ persons they are exempt from puyI Hald, I cc 1', I.. be rnUatt d'.
years. Science has been the vehicle busheN or an average of $2 a bushel. ing this tax" Mr. Larson said. tlon 1.11..01 .
Florida upon
I meals are easy for the of the state attended the recent ,>' County Circuit Court The jury de. I appllt
while has provided Cucumbers second 31.372 1 tile In County .1 Utlg'. ',,
were I "ThU Is nut true. The Title VIII ".t:
.i homenrmkcr who cans the surplus) 4-H club short course at the university -, liberated approximately one hour .1. $. F'f'i".yh' .
the motivating' power for pro- hampers bringing the farmers $62- tax is due from taxable employer fl-ll-U-7-3
I from her calendar orchard. Home and heard Dean Newell ana I I last night In acquitting Levins. He every

: canning furnished a meimsof gathering gress.In other members of the college staff 714. was charged with the death of his : and from his employee. It

,,;. the seasonal) fruits in their looking over the manifold developments stress the necessity for studying mother-in-law Mrs. M. O. Clark 1 Is due and payable monthly. The \orirK roil op API'; it \ I It.,
i ; 'rft"I'
lt< prime for fruit meals to be served and improvements in and, leadership. They were encouraged C-OfKSK; COMPLKTEI U killed last November when the automobile i: employer deducts one percent of ''rnnft> Illll No. itt" ,

1 1! at any lime of the year. nnd all agriculture during the past two de- to make the maximum effort -, OCALA- Sixty men and women I I I in which she was riding the employee's wages and adds another f NOTICE$. Kelly. ,1s holder! ,HEUKnv of Ti r1 .0

I :-j, 1 J Florida housewives enjoy canning cados one may safely say that this to learn the Improved ways Saturday completed l a course in industrial j j i exploded. one per cent aa his own hharc No 45, l iiUeil /Sth flay ,

\ fruit It may be because of the
of the fruits or their greater progress than that made in themselves as leaders. and received American Red Cross Drastic penalties running from lax led to be IMKUH. D) ,j

brljtht. interesting colors like thosein any similar period In American his j Thirty-two graduates i the second first aid certificates. Wendell C.Healon. KAKMKK IS 1IKLUI ; I five per cent to twenty-five per i Ul certificate>*ilb.' il! property'enitracen" In tli-f!I.. i *..I

I'- peaches and mangos or largest! class in the history of chairman of the Florida I OCALA Circuit Judge J. C. B. 'cent of the tax due will be imposed, Itrnilforil Mate t of i FIi' -i ,I.I l I.
plums tory.New Koonce denied. habeas T.otH 3. 4. S, 8, 7
; the spicy aiomatlc fragrance of facts and ideas about noils the College of Agriculture) recently Industrial Commission! presented cor pus poj Ion| the employers who willfully ne- I' Ward, ('it v, section t.; -t S !

l the guava or the promise of piquancy cultivation livestock breeding care received their degrees and went I the certificates. He praised the j titlon for George T. Walters and gk-ct to pay this tax monthly. Collector 7. $tiit h. Ilantf": I'll.: i Hi:,:

k that only fruit can give to a of crops and slock, marketing and forth trained and ready to take work of the short course directed, ,i ordered him held on a technical Larson warned pointing out prty The niifler apimnt the, I Hhl of| ) th. i iHiied

t meal. Or, it may be all these reasons other phases of agriculture have their places in agriculture to practice i by the School of Adult Educationof charge of murder In connection that when an employer makes a de- team In lli>- iiiimi. ,

I..t1,. 1 combined been discovered by scientists and the things they learned. and the University of Florida. j with the death of his wife. Mrs. duttlon from the employee's taxI :i I I Molt L'nlocn ...lel certlflcsti

disseminated the farmers. to their in the -.-.-- I Ora Walters was found dead in bed I deemed aceordliiMT to lau -
:t. should be taken In among play part develop- able wages under the provisions of i ,.
Much care I ,
have acceleratedthe | STATK !SELLS SLOTS on May 28. Sheriff: Gordon Moore- city deNcrllied therein, a i Id
These of Florida
ment The institution
farming. to
and berries so' Title VIII he becomes I the hlKheft bidder,
) gathering all fruits [ the ciislol ki'
of have Increased head signed the affidavit on which hoiiro. d....i' ..n the it.
pace agriculture. Is confident that they will TAMPAActing under ordersof f/i/ "I M -
be crushed or l rilHn of federal funds. The law
also .
will not .
that they the murder the inonih' of June. J l'i! '
based. ,
charge was It
I production. have effected contribute in no uncertain to Comptroller Jim Lee Frank t the. 7th .
bruised! and to be sure they are way makes the employer liable for the dAY ,1 ''n"', 1'fitited -
gl eat changes In the WOI k and lives the future agricultural social and Falsone of the comptroller's office asserted the Fairfield FIi, farmer temployee's thin 20th( day .*
1 be "full" flavor. tax all
ripe enough to "did kill on wages paid OFFICIAL ,PRxr-t
of farm people and others. While economic development of their auctioned off 217 confiscated slot and murder his wife A. J THOMAS.
iI'f Having obtained good color and the by him whether he collects It from ,
these discoveries have broughtbe state. machines from the platform of I by administering poison to her. Clerk' of Circuit' !
best flavor In the fresh fruit, directions his employee or not. i ot Bradford. Coun' >
should be followed care- Caldwell warehouse. One-arm bandits --e- ___ i -" .. .__ .____ __ t :3St821I faIN
f exercised to store the jars or of all varieties marble n. ('InclJ COKAL S.VAKE: I _
must games '
for tnem. Care :
? fully canning (CLOrDltfKST U'AfCHI'hAWAUCHULA I'll' ;: :
tins in a dark, cool closet to retain and horserace tables were sold. Ir cofiir. iK.,it i n .11.
I ture and flavor. FARM SHORTS TAMPA Killing of n coral lilt i \ I. inn' ir or ft oniin.
9 the natural fruit color, good tex- Money in the devices when seized.In snake which measured A cloudburst l\ % % It I' fill lift till.Illll/)
oc The menus from home before folding them lightly Into the l. Ilrtcf Form ltm % but \ i> (11"111\" .
: fruits should be of pleasing color long was reported to University KKIlKHAF.: LAND: "
1'i combination texture And flavor muffin mixture. A heavy dessert/ \rift,htiorliiic iiintltM*.. .11.11I the auction was taken by the state. of Tampa authorities by ': 15,000 and crippled power lines to ',IJ.' COI.C.MItlA.;

wich- la most . rialnllff
contrasts. appropriate. Earl Heed, a student. He killed the spread datkness over this area .-

!!shortcake cobblers fruit custards I J ".U (UK I'Rotlt.tM: FRoM: reptile in a suburban section. Dr.Robert j Damage was estimated at thousands JI fissiNil.Itt.iON, .: : A H

Usually fruit plates are liked or a de luxe fruit Ice cream sand- HI'Ll.S NATIONAL FOKKVr; TO ItKBKOux'Axr F. Webb professor of anthropology | of dolllI's.'u fiom numerous KT AL 1.tendA"I.lnJT'IAO ..
best when served. cold with whip- wlchc- it most appropriate. I ;\ .
f I MOORE HAVEN-Two hundred KiumKIT at the university said creeks and Peace River ;I.: FPnF.r",. -
ped cream or a fruit dressing made A fruit .\-R! NO "74
with tait fruit from the li- very satisfactory plate purebred bulls will be added to cattle the snake was the longest of its I which flows Into Lake Okeechob..e.swellL'd OIIDKR OP PI'BF.K' s-I llltN
a juice may be prepared by simply out of their banks and \ Ml Mil 11.'.: TO
op'n'j herds In Glades and Hendry | type he had ever seen. He said the ll-l'I.UI. :
1 quid. The deascit and accompanying ing the Jars or tins and arrangingthe GAINESVILLE- what t is believed caused water to ai'peHiliiK bv nfflda, i
rise to several I feet
I Counties within the next six average length of the coral snake 'the ano\e styled! canoe tl '
drink be hot if desired. to be
the first
time In the !
may desired fruit combinations Iin dence of .
on defendant
which is places. area WHS left in Mall v
y, The protein part of the' meiil ''II. plate with .dressing/ cheese and I I months to build up the stock in history of radio in this country a deadly poisonous 1 H> about 'darkness when IH unknoun and Iha tn.) >
: heavy wind accompanying I
this section to eighteen to twenty Inches. perHon in the
a report 1
; may be cottage cheese.. Other program from a 4-H club will aI"J: ;.
bread. There ate innumerable dishes -! camp I II __ the deluge of water felled ice of gubpoena ,. '1
: from County Agent G. C. Ho cheeses also Chicken Is be broadcast bind him ttnd, .
are good. made from home canned fruitsj I by radio on June 25. lines. that he I I. -
another favorite. Cattlemen are also concentrating I0\\KLL) I.O"'ts"I.t .\I. power drinking water I..r t\\ent-one VC-H r...
big such as fritters dumplings' / scallops I Microphones of WRUF, State I was available for several hours IT IS ORDKRKU: ": thai

Blueberry muffins and other brown beltys, salads and pud- on improved pastures and proper and University of Florida, radio RAIFORDThe death sentence because of "foreign" water in the Anderson, he and li. her. 1to
breeding for the spring calf appear' on Julv ft HI -
fruit and wholewheat or oatmeal dings.It crop. station here will be taken to given :Marcus C. Powell In Jackson. i mains, until fire engines pumped I of complaint. : I filed .In I' palilerwlne <;

I breads are always liked. Home can- is found that even families of'' 1'I.ANTS Camp McQuirrie on Crooked Lake i I ville for the hammer sitying of his i water from a reserve reservoir : of complnlnt the alleirntlnnp will be. tnk' ml". "

ned bluebtrles ate as delicious as the heartiest appetites enjoy fruit I QUINCYMore than 200,000 in Ocala National Foiest to pickup wife received approval by the Supremo i I Damage to Hardee County's vegetable -I fesxed. by MI 1.1 ;Mallev. I A* i
fresh' if drained 1 Court this week in Tallahassee. I ,iff further, ordered that
ones thoroughly meala. an evenings 4-H -.
#4 program by was
sweet potato plants have been distributed crops reported as tie published. once a"''.. '
club of Lake Unless there Is some further |
Union. Bradford "heavy. conneciiteekti In !l' "I
to farmers In the Gadsden
County section where 'I and Orange Counties. The' legal action the case now will go I :Conntv Telegraph published, a dul' > Jneuppaper 1
planting was In (1
i broadcast which will begin at 7'' to Governor Fred P. 'one for sign NT:\ultn PKIIILSI County Florida.Vitneftft (
forbidden In 1936 "
because of the
land i end at 7:30 of death I \ my hatifl and orn| u
I ing I
ELECTROLUXKerosene sweet potato weevil infestation.The o'clock will por- a warrant tor Powell's at srarlte. r.iadford, Countv >
land of tray a regular evening program ]I I electrocution at the State Prison. I Now that summer has arrived I this 16th <'day: of May A. D. 19.;'
plants were grown on the of A. J. THOMAS
at the club The waters the land Invite swimmers -
the North Florida. Experiment camp. Songs by the i governor sets the week and r'I"'k of Circuit Com

: Operated RefrigeratorGives Station near here and distributed I boys kangaroo court. and other the superintendent of the prison I.I und boating lures the land- "f liradford( ('nhlnItF ''1

.- to the farmers by County Agent R. I features will be included, R. W. i I fixes the day for executions. The lubber. It might not be amiss to ,I "KNMKT; & KNIGHT; (1FFICIAI.1.1

P. Howard. Blacklock state boys' club agent sheriff of a county where a c..lmeI I I I I, utter a few words of warning in re- istarhe i Altorn..)Florida.. for' plaintiff.

PERFECT REFRIGERATION said.At occurred Is the exeuctloner. l I ltf-4 I 5t.7.2I

the conclusion of the club' -.. ,MMXII. tl tXTKiro; XflKM III' i I I _
AT LOW COST BLOOMSCLEARWATEFtLate I \ 1.1-: IN ( III( ('11' ( 01'RT. Klf.MIH .11 '
I bloomingof cump broadcast the station will I "Tn.1.ltCIIF.S: : ON" .Votlro l is hereby, riven that under tilt I C I. uifi ''I'1" r.
present 30-mlnute from and, I in ac'rordani'** with I that I I h-\K OP Kf.ORIIX. l\ NHK'llt
program JACKSONVILLEJacksonville rertuln -
ROBERTS CASH STORE I InTlII ome Pinellas County groves I I final I decree. of forerloNtue nnd. lilt "'. ("(1) 4 Ol \'I t .II
will' make the 1937-3 citrus cropuneven I observation towers In the forest j i I electricians who walked out on I Nil t' rendered. l hy I Hon. A. V. AdklnnaK f II S'Eil1-.
\\ () OTOX SPRINGS which will feature interviews with : strike two weeks I .Indite, of the Clrnilt Court, of ,| IS t N'It FOil lintllldllD''
but the total will ago demanding a "
I yield liiadford" County Florida. I In Chatifrry < 01 >TVt IV CII4N: ii: probably be larger than was at j I United States Forest Service workers -I I 1, higher wage then returned to work I In I that rei-taln I i-aiine, pendinir I AI.I_KKN: : PROW: CLl.NtiK.N/; ::
on care of the forest fire fi -ht-I I(I while negotiations I In sit. i'l Court, wheieln Federal. I Farm Plaintiff
were underway. :
I i \I." ttrnu-a I.I"-. hI.. .. '- Vs.AfGUPTt'S
__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ | ing supervision of the game refuge!, advised they have been granted 40- I ;and"i ':rrAVInfif"Hr'"Al"nriJ'defn-f: : -, 'r;- I F. nT. rr.TvrtR'- >. r.
in teh forest, and other phases of' hour week and dantft, case No. 658 the undereiiriiod, I Defendant!
a $1.23 per hour special.I .Mauler" ,tiv, niiid'" d.t''re.. MM, KOII mvorsirtur.it
i Met Cuts lQU) )d l How ita COO Tm the preserve. wage scale. The new scale re- I i pointed. Ulll. ,Hell. to II lie hlirheMt blililer ati I ; OF I-1 JILl(' \1 In'I
'' fur < .."h.| in front of the Houlh! .STATK: : < 'F FI-OniD
stores the 1932
first anticipated, County Agent salary level. It was front, door I of the II I'll IH"r.1) County I TO Af'SfSTl'S SAUL rLI.Vi
: Hiiid. The agreement was signed Connhonne In Ntarke, "'In"hll.Iur" | fEEL:
; : : PORK CHART William Gomme reports. i Inn: the leiral, hour,, I I It appenrlnir from the sw'of .J
:- ." .. ___.. ....-..,,;= between three representative em- .111'')' ";Sill 1 ,t. I H 1'rif>:.17.nl the It' on followIIIK JluuIday -- complaint aid the. afflvndl dIn
.. .- I ployers and three members of the I deNciibed. pretnlHeM HltuateIn' the Above .'ntitl.dnut' .At
tt I Cuts "-. ;_: 75-' i CATTLE I Hiiidfnrd, C'Oil Itt Y Florida! to.wit AiiRiiHtun Earl' ('lIn..pnr"' il 1
Retail electrical .
Retail i workers' union and will I .
Cuts I CROSS CITY- -With marketing I I'f! ':' f ::4t%"'". nlf'i VVLj' fendiMit herein named i" n .nl
of I apply to all shops In Jacksonville I of; SKI;:', 'i\\\:\\*. |. all 'In Ker. 22, I of n state other than the ?it', ofFlnrilla.
i Wholesale Cuts gra' s-fat cattle now under way j I I 'l'Wi. Sotith, fl! 22 HUM ; to- to.wit : the >-,ate of i I Inla ft r.
| j employing union labor. I I; I'r. ; that/ his ..,j.
1937 sales are expected to equal gt-t with I It"* tenement, here plaoc 't
I? _ ditament 1 and appurtennnceH.' I li-n-' .. .1. particularly an I 1M kt. t '0
i those of last year when 2,000 head i I.:. ;K. HICKIIV.M,: ; \ :; Plaintiff In the Town of V .

., -I tV l were sold according to County I Sl'IT Is TPIIELD I I AH Special' Miinter 'III ('tinnerr).. i feiidant Slate. "f ,IK"alifornla m-er the.; na.that of ialiti ", >.

Sirloin PorRTtrxferlomPor II I-IOlf Ham Holt Horn Agent D. M. Trcadwell. Because j BRADENTON- -Ruling that annulment K.VKIIITA.; KXIrtHTAttorneVB 'one. year>. antI' that there ').r'
t *POQSt rrn slow veal
; 5tto5.-treit W BrQ'9* -. _ 50.. OC CIP't",., comparatively I I a Mtibpriena. upon nil .1
?...- .1 I markets calf sales will probably be wife was properly brought before "11',1 th* -aid 1 Defendant.IT .
: "" 1'I.; 'I \ "'rit'. : 'tiiu I: IH' I If" .
lower than last year, but sales of the court Circuit Judge \\ T. Harrison THRTIEFOHC: ("H."
t\llt 'that the "aid 1 nefendiint "
.J Mom (Suit Cente f steer weighing from 500 to 700 denied 57-year-olJ Chandler, Not I, .. IP heri by frlveii" that uitilerand 1 ,IZail: Cl'rirenpeel, be ifl and 'i.
2..S 3"- Slice Ham Slice 1 pounds are expected be larger. L. Revell's motion for dismissal ofproceedings. IiIt""t'-. ,'Ian.-e, lilt that -rtaln .by required to appear| fl
I .
,' final, .1.'. .. ,nf f'i'e'-lpttre .,nd -' mpal! I!.' filed In tl'wherein I..
CortcG2rttyt.BocOfl loin' Chop .p"- Brvil Of fonfroftfrnn Martha Nell, the I' :i: : .,,
\ ... t t Itv I lion. .tciIc iris ii" M" PJrt'ntlff, '
,Z\ ; I< I \\\\\\ I (015VBRONSOX school-girl bride married Revell a I 1 :.ludire' ::r the I : UJt''i of Brad I I I lain' a ilivor". on or t r.i .
\ 'I ford coipity, Florida. In I chancery. '- the Sib' tI-nv <.f July. A. t
f,!, :t! -r".: \j j"H( : : : \ ; Levy County's corn grandfather. |last :March. She left I II" that < "r*11111. I "'"Ii'I i- IM,nditiMIn, I I naiil, i! ei a (i'.. vi, nilewatI--; I; -
) him week l Courtliri" The( ,bill \\ .ill IM- t.iken
4 \ } and pfanfil icp-1- are in g'd' condition a latEr to live with her I .. -m Federal' I Land 1' 11-
'Jl I'anl', th.aid ,
"\ .f Coltinllita' ,If pl.tlntlff' and IiefeliilantIT "
Rib French d
: Perl;) Chop P'OCncp' Butterfly Chop \ I Mom Rollco Cresi' HOTI .md pro'pe'ts are fine for older sisters near Jacksonville. In I I. .trihiii'" I. Creu-t. nnd hlf Wife .l/ 'Vell IS FI'KTHKH. i 'I.t'

r' ",Ddorect. i t Boost' ROast an abundiin of arly hogf'ed., ai her complaint Martha Nell alleged Cr'ttar'" > dtrfcndanlp.' cnne x... 7li*,. i I thin, ord-l, ,be pnbliMH. ,, 1. .
I I I| th" 1,1".1.i i .". d, Special, t M.ixter' IIy'I' for t ("t t'I't, utlv.' '
,, __ ir"t! scalp cording to County) Agent T D. Revell hud threatened to discharge ,I .aid' .,i.'ei'--, ,'p"I..I..1111 ffll to tliadfoid 1 <'tuhlt3't T.-!t. -'
her father ''I I the hinhet blililt tor \pal 1'11" of "- '*_ t.il dr. ., '
Rickenbak<; from the Job he held under -:; c.axh. In ftoni n
: li.It7": I i I'"I the South '1'.IIt001'. of the. Briul- "ci in H: tdf id c. nn> V. F
::'" \ / tJ ;- '. f7-- -- Revcll's foremanship if she j I fnid, Coiin'y, CotirthoiiKr' In, atnrk. i:; ri. i\K A.Vfi ('H.F.BEI.i .
;.. t :l 3 .""' I j1.:: ,- refuse I to murrhim.:\ ,', Florlila.. diiilntr the .legal hour ..r'aI i l Fbiridx.hl.' thy :2nd l d.I ,I.
I Lon DOOt Lon 1Io0n 3 3 I i5 & .. I .?--= """" '.... ___. I; 10' "n Mondav, July 6th .\ D. 19.17. I i 1\. D: I 1.'37.
scr'.Cns C..Cut I -1--11 '!: ;;. -C::'''_--. !Ih.! follnwlnir I tleNcrlhed I t pitMiime I i Hit-i i i A. .1. 'T'Iii1'ATE < '
I ,n f, ; ,---, L.- .\.Mroi: ( ; AIH>KE{ ...',KS. iiate I in Liradr"id Cuunty Flnrldit, < (5HAI.'
'. ..J) J.I Becon 5011 PolI j I It. t"-I I I yOr.I'FJ'lY'[; >;A

t?, ""n/OI'S.6- t' DUNEDIN Graduation exercises -II" V'V' of. SK'i' anti XK', of HB't:' I I I (I ('Rr
p # ( at Dunedin Junior I of Se. II I Twp. 7 South, II. I" I'' herebyertlfly thit
-:;;- \ / .. (, High .Kant: 'ontaininir, 120 '" res .. and tur "- ;- 1jg I 1'1 \ JIs School were unusual in one respect II \ fir ,leHH. together with itt teneniunti Jar. I l I uriK'.nul' 1 "rdiiof F'ub'i I -
.\.\ I I Ithe *. hti,.editanientn In the "aid r.iUHe ol t ffb
school's and
L O Cl1)WnPorlRoost ''I I II II ISENOLE janitor was the commencement tciIan--s. appur. e. 11.1-l t> :2i.d rta. '

II speaker. Albert Lan- j A AXDRKU;: 19U7.

spcrevibsV |1110. the janitor a former actor and ..XIMI.Speilal' I .tJ..s I.M' In 'hl"ic'ery ($1'\1.: )) A J. THO.MOH I -

I I,. ,,, ,,, I I to KXKMIT I ,
-s t' v I..cROCTP- stage director was a favorite of Atlornevii, for 1'lalntlff. I, ti-4-tt.7-2

I I the ninth grade graduates The ', 6liSt12: I II 151'ii ...' WHI.K-:trio* 'I)

l I II I class recently voted to have Principal INI UK i'IHI-I'IT < 01 ItS' foil I '0"11'.1 1'0 ., prf: itt

: J. C. Hall make one address I' HH UUtU ('OlVn, KI.lim TIlE: STATE OF FI.onl1'(1, .
I : it \. IN I II %< .::11' .t It parties ftaimintr Int .
) FosSaci Lord I and Lando the other. He did and ISAAC ,'. CAUrVri'N.: derV P I.. k"r..8\ .edfollowup I .

_'O'SoI'_._S""n, ._' I' tn StnoBK drew a big hand from his youthful :I I 1 Complainant. t t i 01'l nrrlbed land. L'- 'R;
-.1 PicII.r. snowldr' Picnic snouiocrCvtmon admirers. v". niVOKCB xr; of sn. Per 2e. TWP 7 B
u ,, __.. .m.-.s- I JACKSONVILLE ::, EFIMK riEXKVA:: : CAULTON: ; !J f. FituSt, II In nr-dford I".
{ i J __ .jm. I I I'.teit.t,n t. I Florid! .
I ,%. FLORIDA i OIIIIKIl: ...' j I TAKK NOTICE; that ft .11' .
\ I I| iH EN 300 I I \ft I I't: 'I'll 'PP.\R. \ll I been irmtltllted. In llljdf'I i' ".

Q GARMETT ANDHIWS'.fENJOX .. GAINESVILLE Classroom I THK STATi': OF r"l .Ikll'f I circuit Court In (Chancn" ojflllrg II
BKJO SmoMdCor J j Tel Kffle lienexa .if a worn bill (.t.
SUMMER COMFORT .1 iKiipodiin doors were cJo"edlast week behind 1 : Curlton whose hy I.' It Moore. plaintiff. p,! .e
I II. an
.c Steels CottoJ*Poll I 7 r., j I II atitire'' I Is unknown;
l | | .
tnfio h.s.I In the ft el do J
# 'nfvwn 300 you and' each of so & ,
-Dvi.-wsunsfatl- ( J' stvl* AGile!! J.difl.iivill, ,. seniors who formed the largest ] It IN hereby I you ''C
.3_. snovlacr Picnic l Pny re** wild iib mod nnleted 1 that you nr* the relief be.in it Bought In >' ,
I Picnic _, ; I .towtr. Mil ...s r, Mihftfl faff,rcdi,., ,i.nod graduating class in the history of required' to appear on the lith day of I.emir; foreolonttre of morl..1 'HI4..ll
;i C WMMt 4oof...E>iry H4 Milk kaOtpt'.5 the University of Florida. The I' July. .\. 11.'.. .19.17.: liefule the aboxnj: I I M Tit FHEFOIlF. ,1
) MMmt and reading lawp, RvMilnf lcmMr entitled ( tirt to the bill of corn- YOU A-I: [' EACH OF YOU rC
: o* limo largest audience that ever witness- plaint filed oKHlnnt' you In the above In "aid caune fiending- In ai'
/tv J mnr entitled ranxr.; nml that the Krnd- on ;Monday 6th. 18, .IIthe
ed July
I AIR CONOIIIONfO commencement exercises at the !! lord t
: county Telegraph l I" hereby I I alienation of the .al,1
I bestonstyl. oti.e., COCKTAIL IOUNOI COHIt SHOP university attended the cere dexlKiiated. an the duly qualified I'omplalnt will be taken I'
-.4 btait Scs.C.SylC SutS Becon Square Snoototr KOCH "'mlPorIStNII DINiNG AND MUTiNG lOOMS I I newnpapvr ,In whlih thl oHDF.U'I fee'ed .
__ ., __$ monies. For the first time it was shall .be by you.WITNESS
t -fi 50cC' -Smonmg -- -Smmtr trtitt- .eW, Fitoits Bwh- publlHhetl once a week for : my hand .. :
I IIR.mosStOO ORmomotjO I held out of doors in the Florida four l-onxecutlvw WeekVltne *. I I said Court at th* '
t& I I14i I P4Pmo$3.3O I Field Stadium. About \ .. my hand and semi of thin I (";, .I.t" house' In Stark. P .
3500; person 'ourt at "Kturke. Florida
I thin the I .
I County Florida, tin -
Pork I.! I universal favorite. It appear mor frequently en the American table, than any other I Ju t jroq I I saw Dr. John J. Tigert president nth OFFICIAL' day or.Juna$PAL A.> t>. 1m.I I June. )537.IOFFICIAL.

U! ,. meat d.h., but there are a good many attractive pork cute which are paiied over by the average a p vwo H.I.MDIII.AJlin present diplomas. I A. J TIIUMAft. 'I A. J.8EAI-THOMAS': I ) .

;*. homemaker, became .". ll not acquainted' with the possibilIties' they offer for new and attractive main' HOiSt, DItO!. ---. I for A' Clerk. of circuit Court i"k of Circuit rBradford

I I diahee., The pork chart shown above deserves a place In the household flies because It (hews" at 4 I Massachusetts defeated a prohib- f:. .I'.. "ERIIY nradford IAN. ('O""IY.orlda.. I County, f

't y__._ glance the variety cf cork cuts and how to cook them. ition amendment in 1SS9. Solicitor 6-\l-4t-7-2 for Complainant. ,I FRANK for LANDBL'MAttorney Plaintiff.

I 6--8t73l

1 :- ts'.tril I, r r" __ I -.ns. i.- 1.. ':_.... :u..'1,',;_:, ;'.,",.'ftr.' '-cii'v;, ;: ....}, ::;;"...,. -" .:.. ," ;1;.. .". ,".;' 1.."''' ,?"' 4I---. : .,,, ( .4s'.t; ,



P.\OC SJI\"Jot:

NR; J3.. i,..,.'.1'1. .
.r -- --- -- 1 lit countieswhere
or private carriers Covernor i beer to Indiana even
;.-- DIRECTORY' LEGISLATURE I at public auction to the high bidder defendant to Itax: foreclosure. Green On Radio Cone signed a legislative bill sale of liquor Is legal. Mostof '

-TtKBC: CIILRCF1rlgT of any state owned certificate. Meaning Is that proceeds of a tax I Defends Canal As Increasing the weight/ limit of public \ the Indians live In the South 7F i

REVIEWDOG No foreclosure sale are prorated Pub. Florida, Everglades area but migrate
\rfIsT CHtKCH on application by any buyer I Iamong..t carriers by 10.000 pounds .a '
: I the political units cities Nation's Project the fall far North aa a ,
n. I'rle. Pastorwads deed can Issue for two years from He carriers had ben limited to In as
( 2.\
1et SchOOI 10 a clock a. m.. i FALL.. The 1037\ lIes..lon'of the sale meanwhile owner has the greatly benefiting as' their im 000 \ Central Florida to escape the rainy

) Snpt the legislature turned out to be right to redeem at the salt price provement". usually form the Congressman Lex Green Stnike's season in their lowlands home. t Y

! J. 't'hOma'\\orllhlp. 11 0.. m. I a dog fall. Nothing particularlybud pus two per cent At the end of bulk of charges against submerged native son of the Second Congiess'onal The State of Florida: by I.Lw.1, _.__ u__ '

yforning, meets at 6:30: p. m. was done, nor a great deal two ;yours all certified hind Is lobe property The other is u pel' 'missive District. Saturday night in now accept the $11.000000 I tS1"r: : ..

ILning f" Worship. 8:00: p. m. that WitS good. Aside from acceptance turned over to the Internal Im- bill fur the state road department a rousing radio address on a countrywide John may and Mable Rlngling Museum ":": Secretary of ,; ,
Wednes7 I board and! sold that to maintain atate road links \ defended the Florida 1
fs Earners: Meeting. of various Federal activities provement hookup of Art at Sarasota. Governor Cone State Gray ordered strict, economy

m no new theories, of governmentwere board So If a special or the next through cities Cities wanted a I Cross-State canal legislation approved recent legislation! and his In supplies at the capitol beginning 1

' 7 ': > fiayer service, WedOH enacted into law no old ones regular session allows the law to mandatory one.GAMBLING. recently approved by the House. signature enabled the state to accept July 1. He told cabinet members 1,'

)Jtd'"., pPtFInuD1y'r. m. ; discarded. Bondholders lost noth stand delinquent land will be largely The gambling boys 'Rivers and Harbors Commillce the late John Ringling's bequest every department would be required

c'.Ja' ) :; ing won a little. Taxpayers got a thing of the past It would went to Tallahassee with high I He termed the canal a "gieat national of the musemuni and hisneaiby to economize because the
) ; ('HCRCIIgrv that the economic recoveiy and big bank accounts He and said, that It requested
i I : no old major (woes abolished two I appear hopes enterprise residence lUnglmg's willestablished Legislature denied him "

B'M. Montnomery, Pastor I major ones boontrd. Advocates of of the state has progressed sufficiently turned empty handed. Slots were I was not FIoi Idu's alone a fund for the main $2,500 addition to the budget for

1 S m. ad valorem reform lost out by narrow to allow the coming two killed. as of October 1, 1937. A Congressman' Green who Is the tl'nancend\ expansion of the museum supplies and janitor service In the
mtehip-1 .
Sunf' IBEpw'Cti a. m. margins; Florida> League of\ years to finish up the story trick luw which would substituteleft author of the ennui bill and has under state control\ new north wing of the building.

; < League-7:15: : p. m.Eventng Municipalities got but little relief. AD VALOREM: REFORM. One of handed "one aimed bandits'/ I. continuously stood by the legislation All employees. Gray said' will be"I 7

Worship 8:00: p. m. Legalized gambling lout all down the major niggles of the session for right handed ones! died In Its since its! birth said In part VI: \IltI.lClt1tS"Ht: : : 1 asked to use diligence In turningoff I 111

you '" invited to all these servl i the line. Governor 'one reluctantly -I was to reform the ad valorem laws, Semite incubator A bill to legalize during the address: Child 'Huge becomes unlawful unneceHHiiiy lights and other- l

accepted 1937 needs In expenditures : principal objectives being abolitionof casinos Irt the big counties sugar "The chief beneficial will be in "Kloilda. Governor Cone affixed wise conserving his fund for upkeep +

,, -Church I for the 1935 yiird stick state- ad valorem; limitation of coated with a "state advertising the people living In the vast area: \ his signature to an act of therecent of the Capitol i ;j D a 1'

l I'rt"h} terlun Pastorsumlnv he wanted.It millagcs for minor political units; fund" plea died on the house between the Rocky Mountains prohibiting Is.NUllnCI' __- ___- .(. J

Rev""age .H. Lowry I, was a good legislature but not I broadening homestead exemption tloor. A bill allowing branch pnitmutuals unlr the Alleghanies" he said "andthose of Logltdatme mart loge licenses to l buys III'N X'IIKIM: 'I.K : ; ,;1
., Services In cities having no horse along our Atlantic\ s'ab'lI\rt'l' Southbound J; i
Sabbath School. I IU great one.BONDHOLDERS. I As nil of these objectives requiredconstitutional under IS and guts tinder 16 Theact J
IQ'OO";; m Morning Worship. I WIN Bond amendments and a tracks failed to get away from its anti the Gulf of Mexico.. The teal did not contain u ilium1. tequiring No. L'07 Due f la ike U 15 p.m. f t, ,,

; 00 n house Bookie bills couldn't benefits ale those that will go lo Starke 5:15: p.m. t ,,
Peopl Interests should be pleased with the three-fifth majority of both houses, 1'0..1.' five days' notice of intention No. 205Due .

4 j'1' m Young 's'es'l HCSHfon. Three laws of 1935 all I none passed but one granting exemption :- get out of the committees the working man in Pennsylvania, I to maiilngo. us oiljfln.illv In- No :203 Due Starke 12:: 15 (p.m. i..;! +
Pastor.! previously declared unconstitutional to single persons, widows TRIMMINGS.\ : !, The session had ami In Maryland IIn.lln New Yoikami oduced. No. 201 Due :Staiko 1020am. V.' .
,, raonette were wiped off the books forfear and widoweis All passed the Sen.P the usual tilmmmgs, as to beauteous to the farmer and grower In !I'thIHIIIIIII' '< i

Sin!*' "Service Mission: Stu Jy. / the courts might change their\ : (e under the ptcssuie t and prestige + attaches fiee whiskey, jukes the South and Midwest\ Llltl'o1: \I.t:.> :'olu.202 Due Starke L:50 p m. "t'J'/f

f30 n : Service minds They would, allow split of Senator I Hose All but one failed i swarming lobbyists. The usual "Miuh of the liaftic thioiigh the TXLLAIIASSF.K{ : : : Florida offl- No 201 Due Starke 1.15 (p m. !
'30' Prayer ;I led "nnl will consist of vheat and law PueStaike !1\:15 p( .m. ,
g black the I No. 200 ;
levies for operations and debt service of passage by a narrow marginIn scandals us to bags dally banned Hale of, "fiiewnter .

Kmuoinl Baptlit Church ,, : How Judicial funds through : the 1 mole unwieldly house> Ifprosperity headed lady gypping a lobbjUt."investigating" materials This means that ships! to its Senunole Indian population No. :208! Due stlll'ke :S:35: a.m. "v 1 '
) I"
I. (.. Ilendngway. I'ustor bankruptcy machinery) : pro rate continues In Its presentupwind committees that ca tiying these 1I11'S from/ the An act of the recent LegislatureRtgnt'd : No 211 Hue Starko H' 05 am. 1

I ttev every Sun. ay.:\ Bible mandamus recoveryLpglnlitlon l curve. two' years:\ hence everyone I never investigateda. Mississippi\ Valley and\ the polls of toy l the Governor. makes It Starke Bus Agent : Ueasley's '

3.r u u m Services at 3:30 highly heneficl.il lo will be so busy getting tlch : the Gulf to our people living along unlawful to sell liquor\ wines and ) Service Station opposite court' l: k t.

S.ttlj itlclnooa.RCTIl1L 'I tttundinggroups ':that the reformer will be a still I 'IFuI \S r. ut:Mi\m\:; ,\\' I theIInntic Sea bntr'd; l will save 400 __ -_:;: ) ;

9.i a counties, cities and of I: bm.tll011'1'> unheard, above the clink I Thomas Frankli'i\ Hemingwayti3 II miles And that means cheaperfi r.

: |n \ '11T CHt'KCII: I was pushed A group of the dc-velupei's, end 1 promoters died suddenly Sunday at his. .od and cheaper wearing apparel.s 1F1t
.'....tor law authoil/o the board of administration i consists 1-1 l
__,.\ l< \. U"flnle first .Sun.Jay. to exchange, sell and rev ;I dullais Iefllrml come only u.ulet home in Jacksonville He was> a Much of the traffic ( \ BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION

:SerVi: every I Countieshave the pressure of political or" financial member of the Gen Edwatd: Anderson \'trol"lIm.\ That IlWIIIIS1I'UP
.i.i' .-hool.. ?:.30 p. m. ,, fund the honds It holds of No. 1. p..nl"h'ar. Vet- or gasoline." 1
Sun : Services ,: found themselves in the absurd I unhapplness Only Camp t STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ,
and Prayer described\ "ghoststoiles"
Study native of Florida, : Gieen
Bible of not romfcut was a law good for two eiiin.s He was a i
and awkward position .
Situi'liy: night. bradford: Coun- i tepoils that the
every I only limiting state millagc Ioln and reared
Church ,I being able to refund heir I own defaulted to three and five-eighths Only ty He Is survived by his widow' would ruin the state's water nuppl I I All-As 1IKKS: 'II'HKS:! .AM:; lt\llt.Klt: : (hilt '1'IItt.in: i :. ti'Ii

st. I.II'I.. Episcopal bonds or those of other \ Billie. -. He .said they were conceivedby ('<> "If O.i.U.a'It.ontu:. : ; : : t'
and Sermon ont I of two and one-half mills me now free sons Roy Thomas > Ii n..I..tItItIUr..IS: : ; '
Moinlng: prayer units they owned : or to< dispose millionaires .In Miami, MONTHS.: : ; .
"some IOKO.NKJISAMI: ; : : ;
four ,
fourth Sundays atHoly levied. L'ouie and Aubrey daughter I \ $ .
I ho sewn. ant Communion Saints prior to maturity 01 at less than I FLORIDA LEAGUE Florida Lu'l1c.o'.nnle., Bottle and Dorothy ,I who were closely tied up with the I \\\SIIlSjI'I.I"'III-OJ-\\\: ; \I-Ol-m"-\.SII: ; : I A Xpetlilty: r
defaulted "
11 II 111 :\ : depreciated and seem oil companies.
par and the
and choir had a sixteen all of Jacksonville, one sister. railroads
I Days al 10 a. m. Litany 'ItieH they have In the hands of I league of municipalities ___ __ __..A .-- '
practice every Friday night at T.30: I the boom of admml.stiatlon. -tomt piogram designed to Mis Frank Hemingway. Staiko I : FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60
I! give cities! lelief from various Funeral 1<1"1'vlc1'S1'1'e held at 2 p. Legislative Acts
| '
pm. I Cone wanted a thirty-five million'I!, state fixes, easier" or bigger cut incounty In. Tuesdiy .in the Elliot: Funeral' Cone I ABOUT Our Prices 1'1\ :\I0101t y

( hriotiiin (luirth Church : budget. He pot a forty-five boosted million ;\ taxes participation in gasoline Home The body WHS brought Signed By I F.ASY I*.\\':MKNFIT.AV : INKS: ; Ar.K.NT:; ; M j
SITMUat'the Chi'Istian one. Liquor taxes were here for bullalln l ('Iu"b Cemetery
revenues in various ways, icallouition ) :\ 0V llltO;
i i !
and evening cent Twenty odd nowclusiflcatlona Trucks 31.ooo pounds Are RightASK N\>'.\\' ,
| ., TV Sut lay morning fifty per of state levenues. Little I may catty \ \1IF.K1KS: I.U'V ( /)

.''e'i a.' seven o'clock reapect were added to the I I of It passed! One law enacted/ allows i Diamonds are known to hIex- n Florida. highways in the fututelegardlcvB ,,-,,_. _. _. _. -. _.- -. .,;.
occupational lucnse lawwith of whether they ate '. -'-' - -
| : general a city to make the state pally- | | lodcM when exposed to air
e estimates of half million teve- I a

I nue increase. The><. Items\ will add -

almoKt. IWO millions a year of new. 1

BOB JONES money. Now that the legislatuie''I :

faded to repeal the one-half percent
On Ilert I and Comptroller SUBSCRIBERS
Comments gnosis: sales tax: MORE

\list/ Hereafter collections. Lee. dares: income gel red horn headed this source about |\i t

will swell maybe two millions n' tf'H' I

.u acts with Christian year Generally revenue from old
many section of the sources will be about ten per. centhigher h e

; c n I if ten hear the expies8i in 1937-28:: than in 19I16-37.: .

) 'I t follow my guidance" or "I All of which will combine to easily MORE 1 PAPERS j
"I ifl I
\ 1 Mnvt in daily guidance' or balance the budget; particularly ,

i il 'u nave done what I was Impres.se the Governor will use the authority i|

tl' do It Is tine I that Cod placed in his hands by the legislature -1 !

I gives daily guidance to surrendered |, to cut expenditures all over ', :

\Oii nlans( God piomises lie If will we : If he sets danger of a money, :\ short'age \ MORE PROFITS )
commit our way unto ((5
.h'.t' >.11I..- thsVe read in the NEW: GROUND. Only I new I w, /
>" \\0 Apostles\ that God's. ground In government occupied by'

'i' ,mi by the Holy : Federal in-I '
't. m' \ the legislature was by ,
L ,' W. ii n' ui' where one. vittIon. Unemployment insurance'' For Advertisers

,oi MIII' s.nilVe wouldK"n ; was enacted : allowing Florida cm-1 I

I ,.1, I i m place but ; plo '''cs to get full benefit of millions -'

| tiI '>fi stifloiid, I us not. Yes I paid in jointly by employers ,: ,.

Gt g\: ,u. Miiv guidance but GcxlH 11 and employees Social security I qi ANNOUNCE:' : : '; '1'11.1'1"In: ; : : .IANUAKY: i TIII:
TIM: ( : ; :
nw upon' the snpeinatuiali was enacted, the governor reluctantly / TIIKIK: 1p
niitiiial is sufficient, God, : allowing mothers pensionsand t roi.uwi.M:' ; :3/.i.; KIADIKS: HAM: PAID\ rou( suuscKirnoNS: f iII

g j mt .-v.will. which to see. I blind aid to be specifics,ily provided rJ ,, I ( :' (; 1 UNUSUAL: Allot l'l' THIS. I I'OU TIIK:
I WI .oiiii,: wi think of a man !, for in tettun for free. hand eCU 9? I ( ( )lI'STY I'AI'KK.
.1 I.E'EI.YEAR : .
.. A'I'1'111': SAIMI: :: men(;
't M't lowed walkingiwdeii In making appointments A series t! 1, 'I'EI.EiH.\I'If'S: : ; suHscmrnoN LIST KI.MAINS:: :

( street asking of bills was enacted allowing political COOD SEASONS t: :' .ANI HAD. HOWKYKK( : :
; ; '
'' "\\II..11 nim Eyesight is as units full authority to acceptall -= IN:' .AM:' YKAK Ot1'I'1'IIItOIJII
\\' '" i Federal. financing! 1e/j/ THAT! AN AVEKACJK: (; : OF TliltEl'; r
I n gif i u God as wisdom. I.; the various \ \Vi: DO CONSIUEK:' IT .\ IIICII(; COMPLIMENT: : !

81 'is I whatever eyesight we aids; in each Instance the right as jt IN' AND:' PAY FOKTHETKI.KCKAIM : ,
h 'Ito being carefully EHWOHlitN(; DAY Of" re
ve mo ask God at the all me'tme electrical activities PEOPLE: ;\ rc

: t, give u. daily guidance. Wen I deleted by the powerful "pow- j: t VOLUNTAUILY.( AND WITHOUT ANY SPECIAL KFFOKT: ONOUK t

'veri l our minds from God and.lCe. ei" lobby Wide author try fOI'l 1( tigcL'YJ9 :. .; ; CONTESTS.OFFKKS: NO ,

never guides any man con- I fat' met markets was vested In the 'I PART. THI: 'rELI(1RAI'il: ; CONDUCTS :NO ; a

teary/! to the I dictates of ordinary commissioner of agrlcultuie. A I ONLY. TO :MAKKFKIKNDS: IJY TIIUNIM:' : OUT TIn: UKSTNKWSI'AI'KU 1 1V
Chnitmn common sense. I am an series of bills put state banks in PKE.MIlt.MS: : ;

evangelist I have an invitation togo equal footing with National ones 'I| : WE; KNOW HOW TO.I. .
to OLD GROUND.Milk control'' Ti.. Curler. Kdwiiril:
two cities for
evangelistic ... :\.. ('. Vwi-pnev. Ned Powell
1.'PrI"ndPA. ,
offexpenditures Isabel K..llv.1r 9
meetings and both cities want the was continued with n..llrcandrr'sIl.: ,-.huw. .\. H. Johns. ( S. .
... .. ,\'. II. ll-.rt. O1. Anl-r .. ( N. > .... .'.
: (
Lime date I cannot to both to fees; thus cutting Hiirni.'Krn. .1.. Thorn'l" "'m. H. stuilh. ... K. Hull. :Mr.. O. IV'
go lrlffi... tr.. A. Sup
A : Kler. ('hll" F'. Pace It. A. ( P..1. 1.1.' .. .1. I- Ander: t
tiain. 1'.r :
:. 'toner.
tlon of one gravy 31rs.: S. 1'
Places I should sit down and in off a pOI I roshv .. B. IUt4'h.I.: D rl.v. H. T.
P. A. K..rl (Jeorcr
H. '
U :
en- II.
laws was ford :Mrs
citrus .. II.
of Hllllunl.
a series .
rommon-aense, practical way. Mrs. Mlltlw Jiiiilu M.Hmllh.
H.! F. Morgan: HrWrv.'
inn. 11rs.: William C). U
figure' Jilt where I could be of most noted strengthening the 1935 laws. 1 S. .1. Norman. ('. :M. l'hilllM.| T.1.: .. Klnllaw.1:
.Nnriiiim. *
M. "
,S. -..-v. .1. : .oiltln.. U. F. I).''"0'<%"t- !
lel'VIL'' I should ask God to wave Frantic efforts of Dade to curb It. .\. (iwn, K. O. Iliinnm. U S. Hullo. .1. II. Kelly It. ;'. W'lIlnW"lht. J. 4Ca ..
I. Riggs
me from selfishness In my decision. race track frankenstein It"\\ 1 .1. .... Johii*..n. :\1,-.. ,1..e.. K.lward.. .'e. mnk..r.I.: WitlimrUht.. K.: \\'. Ii. Hunter. I. O. 118.I..n.' O.Vn.n. "'. II ttf e + .,
Mmnnnsioninn. \\..-..t. :.Mr. .1. F. rollcv. U R. K"A ''". fi
Indignant J U "" F. Mare; I
I wrecked by an .
unselfishly desire to do the which thinks and .. (>orice l'. ,,'h.t.. -. I\lr. K.': l>. C'ard. K. F. (liirl, B. lluviim.,\hHr.*. V. (,'. :>I..hln.1.: nhod..n.Ir. ( } 1
will of God and senseIn county bloc n. Strle-k"nil. 11.lnh .
use common Id..rmlln.1.: ?. 1. A. H.nnekla. f' I..HI. oI111I.! '
making; up my mind and pray I proved-that Dade gambling belongs 11'. N'1111)1.. : ..... Effle "'Ihn... !Ur... J. H. ill) w'. I.. \\'aJl. ",'. O. Haile. .Edw"d.1.oI.0. \\ (11'1"111.In.: .: Pryor. :\1,.. ... :\1.'r.i

for divine guidance. I will alwaysgo to the small counties and not :\ ... lihi, Maxon. 1l'. :\1. Wahtwrlght. .1. ( :\IlInnlnl. E.. IJr..wII.ln..on.\ J. K. IJ''I"I'' J n. ('arll.ie. 1'. \\111I1111I". "\'... :\1.Brownlee. 1.\\1. ('. Jones. A. H. t '
to the light place. I to Dade. So the Dade maaacre I :Miss \1rjinh. ;\111".11, ... I. L'ndrrhlll..1..1."kln":... Titus. Olsen J, :\1.Iott.; w'. 1''Ulth..t': "r. Ll'u.. Nerrls. Ur. J... \1I1I.ld.: IU..h. :\..... K. ,\. t10.u". H. I1. :.J
\Ir. .
: .
u.lIl.Ir. .\. Ih"I''' .
r continues. :Music, ... H. d"wrhcht.; W..t. .r..na.m K"II..trr, F. ('. Iiollingswnrlh. N'. 1'1. Sibley .Nffiw S. E.': Mlarks.. :\h.... .1. S. Ou.'y.Ir.' : .. 1'. R.Miepp. :. .
ADJUSTMENT. Laws 1'':. Normun. T. K.11'1:11I": : .John.. n. Jacobs. t'rolll" ('I.nfUI". Joe E.: ( II. ":. ..Iohn.I: II. It.
TAX E.: .... Lois IJ. Ihlli.
Nilllans firl.fI.1.{ : Tiu.ior. U.
1 .. ( .
am against emotional l'elig.1 delinquent ad val- i O.rroll. Earl Cask. Mrs: Ida. OwPUt. .11.Urltll.101.: .\. .\. .\nnl.1.; ..... I 11'. KIehte. ,. TJI'l ') \ ,... ..1.1.. Olulhardl.1.: I.. .Iohn... .. K.1..In: 14 ,
I i'n. compromising B..1. ....... 1''llIn.Ir.: ... t.. II. ('lId.r.1: 4 i
a man sold sometime Dell Fred ('lIrllon. :. M. Rall..y.1.: :\ :; 'I.k.. N. U. "uln"rl.llt
t (
in Susie U. T.
E. It. 11o".r. Ihal. 1\lr.
been prominent 1.,1. T. T. .
have f'. 1
orem taxes: C:. H. \.rm..n.
strange J. HO..JC' 'ate ,1. 1. Sh.llnr Inm..n
to this an \\ ( t-Inl..y.
say, man was \\ H. (;rirnn Iluernsby Nugnolhi E. I.etelr..1..1.
"" I all legislatures since 1929. Only Muy: : 1). Oyal: :Millard .luld..lamrr" ,J.It.ltla.... 1'':. ('. .Johns. ('('(' ('0. No. 2111. 0. t' Tomllnson .1. U. 1..1. .1. I'. a ;
""to Bible teacher. In thecoarse lon- don. K. I. ((3riffie.. T. E.: .1. IIlIzen, )\11'r.: : .1. \'. Jones. :\1,... 11. I'. Kelly.
this seas M..1.irern \\ E. Bryant .
passed l'inllth.1: rot. PuleNSrrit. Mi'.. 1l'. U.Green
( one barely C'arrv H. F':. ,. /nhn.ain t:. K. Perryman.
of the Morgan .
conversation with I I sr., )Irr. Johns. :\1. 3t.: : :\Ir. T. 'I' 1-nag
and if carried out will be the adjustment Nurrl.nn. I). (i. Kelly, M. K. dnhn+. rail Earnest \\ lInlOt.1.: .... .1. IL ('aasey. Miss: Itnth Johnson 11. Thom'I.olr: .. I.. H. Fnteh. H. 1'.
gentleman Frnder
I Johnson
he was .1.
noticed that It.1.:
I Ivel'Y end tax adjustment \.. 1luiia.. n. r. Shuford 1. ;\1. n. ('arter. A. I' Larson. M. 1.It..n. N'. )
law to KI..kllt..r .1. : S. I. Perk .Ir.. II..ry Sapp. l'lnhnl..trr.Ir.: ... .1. \\ Mathews:
b tier in his criticism of some H. Hl1rnll. A. ( flab H. ('. lirotem 0. \\ U'hllr. I. n. (I. I',
sale : 11'. tdwurd.:
the "tprnl..r" ,1.
'arter t:
for M. ( ( S. Mrs
laws. It provided L. L'. 3lorgsn:: Floyd (Iirren b
Chest, 'n workers. I quite a I I ('snows. L. A Gray ('. .1. I.rl..t.1.. : I'. wigglna: II. I.1I0ujh. .
saw .1.
Innn'. \\'. F:. Tmasle. .1. 11'. H. (,'al1..r. C: ('. Norton torutt..n 1'onlwr lyrist. ;\1,... .\. I'. 01..1.: V. I' Smith
IN" le-,1 of emotion manifested' T. Nelson. I. U. \'lnIIlK. I.rein .rllflr.. t'. t'. Ilume, Kathryn Ste-rn. It. :\1. Crosby.
o. n..tta1..011.: Fredi.
j .
I It : rejoice.." If there were I' Harden ...11,. Urn .Indr.w.. :Mt-s. ('. :\1. Ilowsnl .\. ,. Strlrklaod ..
whpn he expressed himself about, believing we \\'III1."ortlo. .1. H. :\1..1.. 311x. Mike O..w, P'. n. n..dl..h.llr. : t'lulI.n. I'. lip 1I..lnluy.. N. (i. IIut'. .. \Ir.: i IIlirrl
liras t Christian workers with no emotion theta could be no rejoicing :\Ir. H. l'. Hitch V.'. ... IL'ilkrreon Mrs. Goehimn Wesley'rews.. 111. !\I. n. "...rlml"tr.: ... IJssJe. Tompld.. Jnnw's.. hurler. :\I,.. N..I..n. T. (irw..'. It.I. t ,
.1. O.
normal Christian ... itosa l'nnataotinr. Ie. :\1. racer w'. 1'1. I kirk S. I 11'urrrn..1. t'. :\ ..'- rY
No : Moore: .
whom he did. not Ripley sine .1. H. ('o'lI'tn..III'h.Ir. Ray It. Mathews.. U. 1t. Nornun.I. N.Oor..n.: ; Ir.. .\. I'
had. a picture agree.In "BelieveIt can endorse a "worked up" \ : GrIUI.11.: .... 011I.IA": Lucy.hl"'hth'Miie'ar 1'letoria thorn... \\'. E. Khalen. Mr.: ,. U. It...lone. I.rroy.rlffl. E.': L K..Uy. H. T. Hall .1,.. :\Ir.. IC. K. .Indrett., ft s
recently the. N. ( W'. C. w'm,1.Ir. .. .norh \\'. 11. .Prescott
all in 1..1. I'I'.H. \ Hocking. N. I. Usilr.
Ben y
people :\.. IIII'r.
where Kemp t:. Nornwn I.
or Not of a man who lived to emotion "Hallelu ('. t'rllh..r.1, : ,... T. ( Edward'. H. II..rh..r' 1.1I4.kh...... :Mlsa. Madeline: I'rlgo: I'1.: :\I..rrllt. .1..1. teI"nrd.Ir.: : ... Parlor 1f' -. rpK.
\ ,, 1.111
voice rhee', trr..1h'U''A. I'u
of say : \Ir.
"" tone 11. (.ra rn lien Bnar.
a hunilred old and hesmiled same 1)uiha..1.: II. "n..H. 1..1. Th..mll t.1:. Iurban. Url" j j11lgginr
I..t. (i.
years t.. Snuilli
Onetime 'story: .\. IJa,1. 1\Ir. (I. St Brawn "oll"YJI'Kln.: ). 1.
n.y "Praise God "Glory.:\ I.. 1k-Il Mrs.' 1'. n. II.rrrrtl I'. .\. !>i'ott.olr.: .. Urbhle Fortner., ... M. I'. 11"111'
jah. !
and never cited. JeT the Bob \ :\1. Slarkman! 11'. It. I'. Parntenter U. (1. Cusmi. IINlh.h Iltrrell Mrs: O. hi..". I:. n. .\"d'NI.Ir.: 1 q
at .
P. Krupp
Chapel 11' Kimball, .Jr..
In the 1'nn'iekte. .111'0' It. Johns.
IllS \Ir. M.
: Hlt..h
hl'.r. I1.
y. the best all-around, well J. I'inirll. tale nr..wnlnll. .1. .\. l \\111. 'r. .1.'Ierry. I.
n. .. alter
II College a very sweet gill :. Brunt'. I. \ :\Inl.+. Itliaul.wurtk. Sirsurn.. n. F'Rnn. \1' 1'.111. Nt Starke. 'sIrr.; Ju''ode !
Jones t
''i character In human hiss I .1. \Ir... t'. H. 1.0"11Ir'n Jae "p.,. 11111.. 11".1011
which she 1Ilrr"uns;. : .. C ('once. \r.:: .1. 11'unfits. I..1. (jet..
b an announcement \thiltlrvey. : 111..1. 11. II,,, H. I.. f'rn..h.0.. ; Starling.
when F'.1. frill. liriffin..1.;
he. New Testament glvl'ijn I liked was made said, "goody 1 rick I', 'C.: li"II'r' \lr... ('' \. nirl.Ii...- l tine. I.louirr. ?laser'. It.1.: ('ons; .r. 11 w. \\.1. .1. 11. t'lelol.. .1. :\1. \'lInt. I.I.H t:.. unwell. G.1 I.I ,,,,"..n. I. !'to hilt'. 'I,.... .trade t:.
of His ever havinghowever .1. \tainwrlghL'sIr..I.; :\1,... 1. t:. llnrrk'e, .1'G (111IIKI. 3trr: y1. I(. Ii'ill. I'.
Tint little expression WHS AIII ply 1/ir tllal.rR, t::. ,1. .\. .Ihirien. I'. (J. II 'yes. 'I, .. l.ilU' 1'ot.-. .1. II. I.n4nn .. '
we read of the emotion It i.r '. .t. lrtis..."'i. .1":11I: II. "es. IU..r.. ..trll-I.I.I.. I,. I. ('onc'e, R. U. ale L. t red It.ven'r..1. ( rulurd.. I. n. '1tonnp.nn.1 11. I U. Itln" .. C.I : H.
of the Joy l.l'k. I''uIt
the Lord fo: Jesus must an overflow atttactlve. ,'I' I..t..r 1t."I., .'\\l.... .r"nl. '. I'Ibunm.. I rlta Sapp: /U I.. B..aslry. ;iliac. Ruby y.
and 1ta (
1 \ nattual very t:. Ill''n.by:
perfectly 'nl n.
ails ( ; '
\Ve know He a : N..1.
'joy. was ;\\Ir.
H. .
.. halleluj'ihs( ('hulfin.Even
irrows. Sorrow Is onHe "Amen' overflow the |';,rru!,. I. M-: Iur"late, T. :SI. read by all these people and many hundreds
and 'gloiles' is sure :
I moved with com- I Advertisement
Compassion Is an emo I heart' in natural, euy. ""I t of the smallest Classified ftlly.! They are the leaders l of their ecmmumtieaThe
them car '
Sum (onesused Look over '
I all tight list.
nt the of Hi way ate our mailing Week By An AdvertisingMessage
f, v.ept grave I to tell about a stpumboat on more already Cn The Ones You Should Reach Every
Lazarus. Tears are Power--
couldn'tblow Buying
the' Tennessee' liver, that People With
motion. A wicked wo- time -

ne and wept on H.a; feet and run at the have same enough In Cur Newspaper.

I those feet with her hair Some Christians
man did this because she steam to shout but when do., If BRADFORD COUNTY
It r shout that Is 1> all they cm THE
'ua loved her. Love is on ste'tn'
n. Life without emotion : you have enough and work at the

: he ctuel.The fruit of the say "Amen". I .
lto '0. K. d.t
is love, Joy, peace.; In whom, lime


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i Bradford County Telegraph I TOO LATE Scripture And !, m fLORIDA -HIGtiU.GjjTS... ..... _6AtNN.I'fN R O 1t/

,, Established 1S77 TO CLASSIFYnr '. ;
I Liquor Don't Mix i I fZ

%t< //w n AV B E R, r I nt i..ri,I. K \Yfcprrrfnrr. By II E LAG ERG HEN ;;
I Klorl.lH. P.P" A..n. ,

.34nu'tw 7 oUda.. It may have been a nice quiet i( Once a stranger appeared in
w I I :Sunday;; at your house but from, Stark anti. attracted, some attention
lookln'I over Monday mOl' in' papers lie was of small/ stature was
I""r' l'uhlihedVtklj! on I'ridays and Entered as Second Class it seems that theie was plenty I weak in whiskers legs! and eyesight .

; !: Matter at t the I'o-t t Office at Starke, Florida II"In' on in other plnces. but evidently, stiong In faith d
Death and, deAl!ucllon dropped I His false paper shirt front was soiled ,nJ

!' E. Matthews: .__Editor and Owner from the skies on helpless women and his paper collar, not confined r) ,
and! children In war torn Spanish( 1 by a button'to the neck-band of
SUKSCKII'TION; KATE titles; all Germany, seetheu egged hH!! shirt ( If he ically vote n IIhh.tl) r

{ fly'' )Yvailt. $1.50;)!); Six Months, 73c;; -Payable hi Advancer ,>n by official propaganda over the J i I rose so high behind till It nearly +, a drps.ws.
j bombing; of the German battleship; [ met the bald spot which his hat
r !( origin?: Kates on Application !ill. Spanish passenger steamer torpedoed i couldn't hide. Claiming to be an
i sank hundreds to+ ,
--- carrying apostle of the faith he naturally
t S TKIPTIIUOL'CII[;(: I5UOOKEU SECTION: IS INSPIRING: watery grave; police and strlk- ( carried no "ncrip". but from one .
ers in a pitched battle left four of I the. rear pockets of his black
Of course: almost every section of Bradford County i! tend and seventy-six wounded ini 'Coat protruded a paper bug that

#r i'' its: interesting r point, hut it i-s especially inspiring at this: i .Smith! Chicago! held some peanuts while a Bible L4I

time of year to spend) a few hour: unions the indultrioll1JTllwel'lI :' And the pitiful part of It Is, all :| tuck out from the other, From !-1-
"I I! this strife and hate and bloodshedIs bandananot ,
breast hung Il
1 "'e made t1' Monday: afternoon the pocket I'
gl'OIlJ..l'I'Iection.. a )
,: of the : Is useless It solves no Pl'obI.'rn I a red one of sin. but white
I with the county agent, whoa<'\ trying to round up his: settles no dispute, but simply ,I find hlue colors emblemaUc. purr I II I

A-11'tub[ boys\ for camp) nextcek.. : piles bitterness on bitterness, hateon lily and hope. His left hand was II'II I '
the hate-- to no avail. dirty but the right one white, bemuse ,., A Na& "s+ a ,
Itas "ul1l1'i..ingUlll sight: \ fOl'IOI'e: eyes": :see t
I 1
Ie1 : If the same power influence.andleadership of the big- lump of cha'k ,it I w6sY
treat amount of farming activity around 15 rook er that is": : that the world now I always curHodMe I .. : .

keeping folks so busy they hardly know "which way is up. 1 fives( to thoughts of domination. I walked 'II"|< and do'.... i the ) 'w e .. '"

;,f as the saying !goes. The only complaint heard was that of on-quest j I streets writing tiible! verses on ,
: harvesting I| I fences. and buildings or directionstor
) ,
one or two growers who aid they Wt'rt.10: busy \ prosperity, and brotherhood the In the -
certain verses
lull tobacco and \vaUTtmI-- ns that they couldn't find time to tend! i I dominant mm and each nation aseager Scriptures. On" the saloon doorshe 1''L

their cotton properly.Vhen } '' to help Its neighbor as in wrote "Drink1 thou" not. Bible." :
feeling goods ( var it Is eager;; to harm we would I I On the door of the Rtarke DrugCo. I
i- arrived there H. P. Gainoy was:
\ we then for the first time know the
{ .A I ., who made a specialty of fine
s I over. having just; marketed 1,500; clown ('al'of sweet corn at I real meaning of the words.'Teaoe" I cigars, he wrote, "Smoke: thou not. I Laale.

",I ; a fine \price.. J. i K. Douglass, Emory llazen and others\ were Security." "Happiness.1 Bible." On Hicks' barber shop hewrote

'-i 't F also busy loading a truck with corn. string: of cal'l'almollt'\ lie Tony has, an the infectious barber, is smile a swell and guy.a : ", "II Sum 10:5: I Chron N; GOUGPtiFliGW

a block\ long/ :stood: waiting (en' the siding and five of them !!: cordial manner that makes you like 19::5. The only literature of the barbershop contained ___- n
in the library }
were being loaded with luscious watermelons.: Several new I'I him. He wits born in Italy but being the Police Gazette, t O D O rlrl;....( \ ,)
and at the large farm of ,, has been in this country a good Hicks had to Rev. Malphursfor N
tobacco barns: dotted the landscape: to go I Tl+ ( -
many years. Heinle, who runs the fiaiaRr .. 1'.G. l l.>;ADE=R or
the was
found that .
advice. was .
this 0.
j I r George Hazen a short distance from town, operations on I i hot dog stand neumy place Is velses were both alike namely, I S"'f T..u. ;. I ::: ., t> 'HlN.I"ttU

crop were in full swing. Sleds, bearing the long fragrantleaves bout the best natured man I "Tuny in Jericho until your beards / NOT'S.40/ t3ult-Y

were brought from the field to a group of women know He'd give you the shirt off be grown and then rei urn." Once ofj eAQO""N-e" W p

A, + workers waiting under the :shade of some large oak trees to I his Then back.there's Everybody Manuel likes over Heinle.at the the stranger'strolled on Clark I I '.. V-IQS"1'1 :f1G.i41"IJ -
street and wrote on Kinch Adams' Y t3btvjFu u..t1t-
; :Itl'i1Jthem\ on sticks.: :' After being strung, the :sticks were tpanish restaurant courteous, Pence, "Luke 19" Mr. Adams bor- I ., ,). .. O : tNLaudonniere .M DJ.er". '"

1' ;o curried into the lJaI'I1hy: small boys for the process of flue- Kind friendly. He stopped! me on owed a Bible and found the chapter 'I I- _- -'L-" ..rencountered "
the street the other night to showme /
hinted at; It was about a worthy -
t curing. ; a kitten he was takm' home to Jericho Zaccheus byname I I who had accompanied a storm and was wrecked.
i1 ]In the midst of all this: activity other farmers were plow Carlotta. Frenchy, the mechanicover small but a good climber of Ribault to America in 1562, returned to In the meantime the Spaniards um(,r

1j e ing their cotton and expressing: : determination to fight\ the !i at the garage Is one of the sycamore tree, and Mr. Adams 1 the River May (St. Johns River) June 25, : Menendez surprised, attacked, null [destroyed I -

,' boll weevil so that'this crop might be successful: climax to 1 most carefree happy Individuals I I being a wag, tlubbe } recognized the best in : know. We have a lot of fun wise- 'Zaccheus," by which name he soon soldiers, mariners and artisans for the escaped, however, among them was: : <1.111- '
I a season: that : already as I many years.Pessimists crackin1 at each other All of
was called by all. By some he was purpose of establishing a Huguenot col donn ere, who was rescued by a mill
Brooker but if could them friends Id du
f. : are sral'l'around one I are my any onsideted a crank, by others' a ony. After having built Fort Caroline at Frenfh vessel. I

a have been found even he would have been forced to admit that would hlng I do could the to same help for(hem me.and they oly man; only City Marshal Dean ,, St. Johns Bluff, Laudonniere experienced The AKEE, from Guinea, West Arm: .

the (farmers in this section have made money this\ year. Their Men on both sides. In the Spanish regarded him with suspicion. Mr. 'jso many misfortunes that in due time he thrives in frost-free sections of FI.m"

'p' :success: : i is the best: )possible: : argument for crop diversification: 1 war are no different from those Dean had force beer of a Savannah detective on before the I I I[ prepared to leave Florida, when on August The fruit is a three-celled capsule, yellow
lye pictured. among my good police 28, 1565, Ribault arrived with seven to red in color and ripens in summer At
-0 coming here, and he kept an eyeon
friends. Men Inside and outside of vessels and 600 immigrants. Ribault sailedon maturity it splits open, exposing the :shiny!
without visible of I ISUppOI.t. !I
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the great steel plants of South Chicago And so Zuccheus roamedthe Sept. 10, to attack Menendez, the black seeds, one in each cell, to each of
The Telegraph has: just received a letter from a famous : and a doyen other Industrial streets, humming hymn tunes I Spaniard at St. Augustine, but the fleetLAWTEY which is attached the edible white aril.

i landscape: artist who saw our recent article and pictures) centers to KNOW are no THEM different. If you Just while he looked for places to de-c-I I

Bradford County's: Sink Hole. lie sUggt'stlthat this natural get orate with his lump of chalk venerated -
I Neither devils nor saint, but human by repentant sinners grin- I
.o formation might be made into a real asset\ to the communityif I beings to he swayed this way I ned at until
7 by the; unrepentant, '. .. ..........
O. J. ( .
Phillip .r.
it were possible: to further develop its\ native beauty. or that by human emotions, helpless i I I he fell from his high sycamore of I '

Such development of course: would require thousandsof : I pawns of scheming dictators, contentment--and what a fall was Repair Parsonage
labor and political leaders who, to I there! Workmen have recently ANNOUNCINGTHE
dollars: and the letter does: little more at this: time than to attain their own selfish ends cunningly ''e.1 replacing the toot of .
One day he was joined by a pal'f cOn\Plet'l I
furnish us: with food! for thought However, it is: )pleasant\ to spread! false and malicious looks so sinister till Kinch : odist Church here and

i reflect on what might be done with the ravine running into propaganda to cause dlsll..ntlon.br..ed Adams would probably have dub- trical contractor, O. J. Philips has OPENING
hnte and create bitter strife.
the Sink Hole if the available. Tourists travel bed him "Jndai Iscariol. The two recently completed wilIng I
i were : :
money This is time for I 101 .
I a mighty good entered the back A. A. Griff, R. R. TheJeV.! C. I
h mall)' mils: out of their way to see sights: far less: interest: ii 11 of u'* to keep a cool head and of stealthily the stores on the south yard side of \V ,oten and John D. Dye at 1 King Ii

ill; tl an this: one right in our own back yard. quiet tongue. The best wiry to Cull tl.t'et.'t' t of Wa.nut.: Th..ylooked i ley Lake who will receive service
r II 'seep out of trouble as a nation tot / II 01'01111".no one In sight, from the FIf.Po.... ....' ,
I t(: > keep out of trouble as an Individual ('0.I .
From an Innocent looking pack..geJudos
i ; TWO DAYS 1'11.lm EASILY FOIHJOTTEN; I then drew forth a flask I'I

it Monday was :National Flag bay but only two flags: were You heir those inclined. to startan labeled "Old,Medford Hum pulled I Leonard! I). 'lor OF THE
argument over the Spanish war, Funeral services for Leonard! D
Call Street which is decked the cork and handed it to
displayed along usually out on
the situutlon in Russia or Italy orer Zaccheus Taylor, u life-Icng resident of this !1
t tp any holiday. Several )people passing\ by one of the places: -many, or---getting closer home section were held, Sunday at Oak

that displayed a flag, stopped to inquire as to why and whore- -South Chicago.: ,, aiound Spasm No.had 1In glancing I Grove Church withhe;{ Rev. James' KOZY KORNER
i You really don't know: 'hether they neglected to lookas Stitckland officiating; Mr. Taylor I I'was II I
ti fore. Some nationally-observed clays catch the imagination
: I he Germans or the Spanish fired high as to the second story of I u resident cf thin section most ,
r of the public while others do not and Flag Day to be what Is now the Manning building. 1
:! seems irst. Both sides blame the other. of his life and had recently moved
one that is: doomed to be forgotten. You don't really know whether the There the Telegraph printery wa [ to Jacksonville where he was livIng -
located, and Jim Willis, one of (FORMERLY THE LIGHT'SSHELL
'trlkers' the started the
or police at the time of his death. He
Another that often eludes the but that is
day memory, "those ungodly printahs" stood at I
irowl--both claim the other did. Is survived by his widow, Mrs.
!' getting more and more attention every year is: Father's Day It is as easy to misjudge as Its I the window, breathing fresh air I I Cnle D. Taylor, five children Ode STATION)

-Sunday, June 20. Everybody remembers when Mother's to judge especially when you after having cleaned "pled" type D. and Horace Taylor, and Misses,.

Day'roll* around, but'' most\ of us get mighty absent-minded lon't have the facts. Don't be- with Zaccheua illsmellingbenzine.tilted his head. back Just for as 'I Ethel Bertha and Ollie Taylor all ,,
leve all hear good or bad, ''
you of Jacksonville, one brother, Hardy
;, when it comes to lo'athcr'lDayeven father himself often bout either side. Don t permit a good und sufficient swallow (for of this section and two half

forgets. 'ialf-truths, false rumors or pure the stomach's sake, of course)I. I brothers Robert and Harry Taylor i'I j SIZZLING

j But when down propaganda to so excite your emo- Jim started singing: I of Jacksonville, and four sisters.
you come right to it, few things are more tions that you sacrifice REASON "An1 he bought a bottle o' sody j jT. I

j .. important than the Flag and Father. They are both grand and COMMON SENSE.Sit pop I J. Terry and granddaughter '

institutions." Let's remember them on their days I steady in the boat and whenyou're As sweet as could be, STEAKSOUR
Miss Hilda Wyrick, arc staying at
; An' he in in
put a
In a where the paper bagAn'
-r I group conversation ,
II Alachua where Mr. Terry Is Interested i
: : heads in a dangerous direction carried it home to she," '
I : + .. LOOK FOR THE MOTIVE BEHIND A KNOCK see if you can't step In and with the effect on the startle I In the sweet corn deal. ,
; If you find a man who incessantly knocks President change the subject. apostle>> that the fiery liquid Instead F. R. Carradlne was a bUlllne..svisitor
Alachua .
to Monday.
Roosevelt and his measures designed: to help the laboring -- -- of keeping the main track to Miss Oleta Smith, a student In r
*O THAT'S WHY THEY <'V!>IOI! the stomach was side-tracked into
class, you can be sore that if you search long enough you will the windpipe. The sequel may be Massey Business College In Jacksonville

find some selfish motive for such blind opposition. What ma ken people cuss? Well Imagined by those who> have had a ,. spoilt( the week-end at SPECIALTY i

A good example was found this week in an incident told according to The Progressive Far. similar experience. her Ve.non home here.
Rowe of ka./nvllle
mar here Is a scientific explanation Spasm No. 2.- -A misfortune seldom
;t by Drew Pearson and Robert S. Allen, writers of that enter. as given by Dr George W. Crane comes alone Just then Marshal wa vl'ltln:: relatives| here Sun-

taming and often surprising column, "The Washington Mer. noted pavchologlst-: Dsn arrived, on the spot and !(Ida}',
1 ry-Go-Round." "People who have Inferiority plied the two apostles with question ::1 Miniiil Mri. Louis H. Hill Jr.. REGULAR MEALS
complexes anal. are afraid are like- *, which they could not answer of Tall'th .s"ee spent the wetk-end
a They say that Senator Harry Flood Byrd of Virginia ly to adopt piofanlty. Those who satisfactorily, wherefore he order- hen e.

i i came to the White House the! other day'to denounce Shenandoah use profanity me often people who c i 'em out of town. He suspected I Bare.. W. H. Biggs U. spending -

a Homesteads! a resettlement project near hi* h rrwj whichhe are afraid of themselves. They them of being spotters for a gang ,I the week' In Gainesville wIth relatives ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES,
adopt loud sal violent language to of crooks, who intended to come and friends
claims is "extravagant" and "sinful waste. On the other
a :! kid themselves along so to speak and! "do' Staike people one way or I Mrs John B. Dye of Klngsley
1 hand, the Government says that money must be spent in and delude themselves Into think another. They started forthwith Lake was visiting her Saturday DRINKS and NOTIONS

[ 1f order to lift the level of farm wages and farm income. ing they are bold, virile men. Theyare for greener pastures and Zaccheus, I afternoon.Mrs. -- .
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,' When Senator Byrd came complaining President listened trying to compensate for an Inferiority 'taking: another drink, mumbled J. L. Hightower of MiamiIs
complex. They are like with Byron"There is nought, the guest of her daughter Mrs VISIT US WHEN IN STARKE
to him for a moment then-knowing that the Senatoris the boy who whistles on a dark doubt, so much the spirit calms as'' O. J. Phillips this week.

one of the biggest: apple growers in the entire east-he night to keep up his courage. They I turn and true religion/ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts of -- -

said : don't feel the equ'ils of those with ---- I Gainesville. were visiting here over
whom they associate, so they try .h* weekend.Mrs. USE OUR CURB SERVICEHave
]!airy, how much do you pay your apple-pickers ?" to impress their friends. with their Heads Medical Group T. J. Terry who has been

"I 1 Pay'i: them the going wage," replied Byrd."Yes foul langir g<<. Chronic users of Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler. visiting In Gainesville, returned\

: but how much is the going wage?" Roosevelt: In-I oaths are usually childlike or immature let! ed Senator of Bittdford and her home here Saturday.Bryant !. .
b sisted. In their emotional development UlU n Counties, was elected Pres- Reddish of Jacksonville Your Car Serviced While You Eat,
I even though they may bet I 'clert t of the Stutff Board of Medical. wail visiting here Sunday.Dr. .
', The senator hesitated. Finally he said : "Nine cents an I grown men Tho strong man orwell Ex tminers, Monday in Jacksonville and Mrs. G. W. Brown Jr., With Shell Gas and Oils,
.j 9; hour." -adjusted child doesn have to 'rhe two-day meet saw more of Tallahassee were visiting Dr. i
I rely cm such artificial mains for than 144 applicants, five of them I Biown's heie
:ip The President threw back his head, laughed heartily and parents Sunday.
Impressing' his associates"Henry
women, take examinations Dr Mrs V .R. Reddish
and Mrs. r.NDKK: : TIlE
t said\ : "Thtre you are, Harry, that explains: everything." i j Mans well-known here and over James C. Godwin were shopping In MANAGEMENT OF

y And almost: every other knock against: the :New: Deal Ford recently let a con Florida as a veteran medical leader Jacksonville Monday. !

i could be jiHt as easily explained if the motive behind the com i tract to build u the factory. The tucceected Dr. J. E. Crump of Miss Clary Cox of Miami was the MR. AND MRS. SAM ANDERSON
1 rl.int'E'r* known. \I building la said to represent a $3- Winter Haven an president of the guest of her cousin. Mist Betty
00.000 Investment. j i I Eoard. Phillips, over the week-end.

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