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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BY GOLLY IT'S A BOLL WEEVIL QUAIL GONE I V'tt

TEN THOUSAND FARMERS SHOWN 153 PRISONERS DISASTER f : FOLLOWS II I'I COTTON GIN ,

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EARS a' HOW TO REMOVE ARE RELEASEDAT iiNAKK'S: : VISIT: PROJECT LimiY:

DOZEN : Jisuster usually follows fame,"

UH the old lying goes. The small 1 '

i black minorca hen of C. N. Cooper's m

CORN SHIPPEDTen es r ', IMPURE COTTON FARM who IMltf'ek hatched nnolmotll..r.i APPROVED err 1

r fuutteen, baby quail. Is
1N. looking patiently for another flock t C
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Cent AverageIn W Dcmnnslratums AtTut /".; .)lore to He today Resettlement A dmirristration ; t

Realized KH !* r M )' Farms Freed UnderAYir .. Simiftlmo snake during enn-red Sunday the brooilef.ntvl night 1.hkll.'n u. Grants Coop* '! 1

GrowersIIVMl'mtS Monday Law I :ate t \ .all of the young CJIIILI!. Mi; ('gal Ii l'(' S:! /.}() Loan ii ,r tJ

-J... -.- 1 I'oopeiint" to the coop to feed l

: OF HKANSSOLI !IH'ltKAl'' : PLANT: ; INDUS-: ; !JKI.ATION:( : \ : ; ('0 s..1M(0> :.Nsoisr.n ,, I the ItIfJ U1I'I and flock and found MA.IOIHTY (CKOWKItS SUJX(; : m41

hhD(r I )) 11'LiS 1 EACH: THY TO ASSIST I ll''I.\\N1.: ( : uv KUID: IIA/KN: ; only Tlif' mi.il tejithor.s! <' 41,*ot'.1 Mil'I the'I looking baby quell:for TO( JOIN I ASSOCIATION: : ; \

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1 In volume and Count Agent T. K. MeCliin.' 1 Aim' ..si' ten pet cent nf Flotldn, tn'ro, i Cu"d"t' : :, put moot, ; the A m'.mpratve! riittrm gin fi
: d. .eil chick)1 .
"d i snakes
locul vegetable announiod > i-.steicli!v tl:.11 l.'it- IIIISOM'' t I population oht.lined release: ,it'like next fall WIIM consider "idpia.tlcnl I
.
rt '.: hung the: pam week >nstitmn.H showing* IKf properay from" th- ppnitentiiuy, itt Itiul'oid, "certainty hire this .' .-eiis

01.1."I; o du/.en "f ears *4 tu debt toy .off-purt1 i cotton .mil from l mud ramps ovor t th.1 word was received I that the Ri. I I

\\'II of ten II nit eleven plants "if the SOt (..IlI1d'arlel". I I Stale( ;II i.a result of the "galllI NEW\ SCHOOLSIn ",'III"lIto'nllmlniMllllllon, IHI.J; ap 1 J1) '
aoid' II' '' tune' l.iw recently/ enacted by the prmpd a $2..1110!>( loan with willed! '
Cm' K.- took away the en- Nothing else .so small could' > oinmand! such .loi-e Httintion" a': l-lsh.vvn fium: the acreage' of Uinilford I I
rear- Quality\ 1 H Mill fair by County Agent T K McClane Jr i min the u.ht!, i cal N < pH County farms will bt- held nexlMonday. I\ Legislature Lust Sunday I ho Bradford the )gin machinery, building/ ansite -) r

lire I ; >input| s is expected I IanJ to l>e 'lyes In the above picture They wale inspecting a healthy tuld it June :29!! Rl the firms ulI. 1 1I gates at the State Farm, H.iifonl. I will be [puichn.iod from W U

the f shipping this or cotton near Biooker and the small"' number weevils found, seemed to I I.. D Green: located. near here onH'20 near here. swung open when release Wall
reached, n urn/ the belief that recent efforts have been effective. -
bear out general poisoning
for than inmates
mote sixty
: o'clock a m mid Kmery: J. NEAR FINISH A charter for 1 the eo-opetatlve\
weekGreen of II"tI'lk the last. official
next Although Wednesday wns poisoning
a close second : Hazen. near Broker at the old was obtained under. the law. About was approved HI"I"'III! weeks ego' ,
bean ran corn day !groweis are warned' to keep a close lookout for weevils und I I II r m
Fled Hazcn o'clock h'llf:.I nf the number was negroes.Supl and. is. considered
at
in returns with bout 800 to continue to mop in places wheie they are found.\ place II a. I evi'tythmg '
/ quality sold nttprices m L. Chapman snlil. Sevenof "ready to go" toward leh goal of
of good
I ItUII.DISCS; AT IIEII.I .- s
hamper from $1.10 to $1.25per M. N. Glrst of the Bureau of the number" two white ....t>reI'om..n : putting the hum of n cotton gin
ItKONN
ranging Plant will he Mr. prlsoneis, doing from onto ANI)1'ANlKltRII.T into the ears of St.nke resident.
hamper Bell pepper began to CLARK TELLS NEW LAWSFor Induatiy present I "'.:MODKHN; (
in fairly heavy this week I McClane said/, and will conduct the five year leims. I --- this CIIII.I .

with come around :300: hampers going at demonstrations. l1rI'Clane! expiessed Besides the 153 short-termers I: Two school projects for Vander-. I I A majority nf cotton growershave t '

$1. RotariansOFPOWERPLANT Shipping ]! the desire that farmers will who gained their freedom Sundiy' l hilt and llellbionn districts of already signed up (o use tin ,

Other vegetible.8: consisted of tomatoes I attend and take advantage'' of these. the "gain time" law Is expected to I Bradford County costing: approximately I I gilt and others me expected to : '"
I liberate 150 to :200 for longer I
', -100) bushels at $1.25; al cotton;: roguing demonstrations H..nlllp $11.000) will he completed come In rapidly. now that success J!

few strawberries (about forty MAKE COMMENT :.which, ate designed to show funnTS Rlret..h..s.f'J''d I'mind ready/ for occupancy. by July of the venture seems iiHHiirod. They rpp "
,
ciatcs) bringing 1.50: squash 125lumper .i how to separate off-pure from Ilazen: Rindfurd! County I 15.! It was annoiimcd yesterday' by I! will become members of the co-op. .fJ1\ I 1

*. $ 1.23: each; okra 150> --- 1 j the genuine plants and pull up and .lepiesonliitivo Is co-mm ulhor of the Siipt-rlnteniU-nt. CillflH'. office erative! upon payment of II $5 fee ,_

each :$1.50; baby limn' IS ALMOST: LOADKD) : I ITO NEW YORK J HEClUIlES:( destroy. them before time for harvesting hill designed. lo release close to I I, They will !pay the regular. ginning '

hampers b."M.300 hampeis. from seventy- I'EI K CAPACITY ; (;KADIN (; OF OUTOFSTATE seedsMr. five hundied short and long tet Tiers here.Th" Heilbionn school. honor, :! late, but profits from. the operation ;Jj _

five cent to $l.I30; Fordhook lima, : PRODUCEShippcts ) ; GIRt in statement to cot- from the State prison und subsidies when ciirnplele, will contain .11'11 i i' will be dust United l lo members in .s II.. '
$1.50. ion grouvrn just as the poisoning. : I Mr Chapman yesterdaysaid I the foi m of dividends.. .
bringing .
about 3(10( hampers class rooms with, two of these converliiblo -
Bradford farmers I 1 R F Clark superintendent of'the season drew to a close said: : that within the next eight I| The", Bradford, County ry
Cooporatlve
The rctum to heie )yesterd/ express.d I into an audit. olio t by' removal
week was estimated 1' city /light and water plant gave ,. I "As the pulHon. season comes to a ll l'1'kA he anticipates release of Association, formed, lit a ''I r
ful i vegetables\ his i : the opinion that the new liw: \ of a J paitltion It was IItlll.,1'I'll. f
.at around. $3.071.00. A very ({Rotarians Inside; view of the local enacted by the present legislature I close we call attention to the necessity 'JTiO: mot prisoners. <. Vltntll'! bill! project containing ''meeting held here several weck.t I
i nf nil farmeis. keeping a : Each: inmate teleiised was given I ; ')
goof w vfk s woi k. production of electricity at the >f the state of New York requiring / three looms will bp one of I the | alga at which this following offl j L.
', Wednesday meeting of the club./ shippers to grade and label) their sharp lookout for tiny weevil that i ample clothes supply, and 1$10 best of small school building! inRruldfurd cers were elected, .It. II. Green, Jrpicsldent ,
might! have been missed! In the poisoning :
Mr. Clark and 1 chairman
of J.tm.M
graphs .
By means products' according lo accepted 1'S. ', upon Its completion according i ; ,III, ,,
WATERMELONShipments\ i .demonstrated the rise and fill in standards, would not be en- operations life. The releases, ate being!: given to local officials of the Rosier vlre-prcsldent; and T 1CMcC'lane : i 4 4I j/: t t.i t.

the load here during an u vet agesummer !: foi'red./ "In hoeing or cultivating thecrop on a perfect, rerotil. basis, Mr. School Board.The .. I i Jr.. seeietary-treasurer' }H t ti
The low of watch for weevil evidence and Chapman Ma Id.. I t
cliy. point H. L.. .:I'o\\'nl.\ .('. partnerfirm In the projects. are 81 ralght-out I 4I r :.
if Is found 1 where few
I I... W. II. Is reached! hetureen a spol a i :
twenty iit'
}
I I l five and six o'clock in the of Brnwnlee" Brothers, told' repoiteis .punctured squares. exist mark the | county "I'ollol..eol: and are connectif. NO PARDON fi
Thursday tint: they were Moore Viit In no way with WPA It wan
the of 110 K. location with u stoke and take out FOR SITAMORE
and :
morning peal anxious to to le- earlier said the \ 1
CARS "too get produce by Superlntpn- 'f
REACH 44 !, \v. H. comes between eight andi time sufficient to get every equate J. H. Moore, who Is now locatedIn {I
into the state liv dent'M office.'t'he !
Its
nine o'clock at night. This \Is very tard shipments that Is punctured. either on I the Al.ichim. buying corn and! other II'WF.I.: THIEK:. IS FAMILIAR i
.
i full of the new rigid t'nfnl'enwnt of ohjectlrnableleglslatfon. plant or ground Then make about vegetables, attended a meeting Hoaid, has renovated and re- KIC'.URK IN COURT ,.k i .1
the city
PRICES REMAIN ABOUT I I' near engine at the cap plant which will If the law was, enforced half gallon of tl>...- poisoneri-syrtip here Monday nf the Bradford \ P'lired several of the county's : HKRK:. : S -
have to
load of 150 K. shippers would nrly mixture and mop nn urea about 100 County School Hoird. Mr. Monte, twenty-one schools, placing them I .,i't\
$200 PER LOAD AT 'I"carry I a maximum mark the grod'I 'ungraded' or 'un- feet In all rtiiectlont! from the spot chairman of the Hoard., returned to I I among the State's best for small The Stile:;; Pnrdon Hoard" list \ '

UUOOKKU ''W. H.1I1r. clarified'" that is infested\ In older to kill the Alachua lesurning his duties Mon- and huge communities.FARMERS' week refused lo consider the ca.mei \

Clatk also had a chart showing T. William"". prominent Starkeskippers ; old weevil 'd.iy nftcinoon. of 'lut'ltllI'H two best-known l long I 4

Sixteen freight cm loads of warteimelnna i the tepid\ Incicase In !'loelllC'1: stated, list h,' was shipping --- ': leant convicts Huriy Sitatnor .

hive rolled from Brookci Urn at the pHnt here in recentyears. :; entirely by puck In nearbymarUet" CREDIT 'and' AI Mouse. who are servinglitins i

baring' platr.irms. since Thursday In 1M1! :\ the pl.tIItVI'I" producing In the State I'llson at Rillford
If I ship t."
-t
if List/ "-..k with production I 3T5.00O( kilo-watt hours. piert WHAT DO YOU THINK? GOOD HEREICm'umll'S '
still New: York matl<<.tM. I would, pioliiblv [[ ] pmF
going; -trom; nnd prices ranging kilo-wiitt hours '
: while today 433.000: Hairy Sitanuiie, Intel n ition ili ?
the
,. pace., to ginile" and label I : : SHOW I'KODUCTIDNIS : \ : I
snttf
.tol'lIlI'ound $200 per nnd the mount I { thi..f. Honteiifi-d fiom I jjJ
are being produced 'endure' uhkh wnuM I men moretrouble limil[ IN I'.RAI: i J Jewel l DalCKIIIHV d ,
i mirk a'it>) some bringing aa incieasing! I I. ( f..i' the hilt million dulln. .\,11.,
is steadily! and, and, :, 1'Or.I.Sptrndi
much .11 $'.':2.! more expense \\ .-..I.i.1 ( The cost of !nu'luring a kilowatt most likely no better pi Ices." he 2StPhal / 'k and' top Srnci1 i : Mnoie '1\1 theft win I,r
asked to
Th sixteen nn we May and spiritually woi
amout this past to be, 22'a I I I qUi : > i leconls U I'" being made, inliv: Ict'Llv..1 a lease. Irorn Fl.it ;
shown l
hour was said!, howeverSummed all
: Jo ron.sidi'if .1and bi .those-hoard in ,
W / :
WK m Ik H total I nf, foilyfourcum follows < m' Ming you i bfill/ piodiutlon\ credit. 1I""m.III' 1 U.p onfineiiu-nt when his ii ttarnoy
clo'Mi
mills nnd wa.s broken) us it Is rot expectedhat above I th-ii, with their IISHIIrlites -
dealings
most eetyilung
nil 1 thus wason, two up inipoitiitirc'
cat'sbringing
tlons In this SIM'lion. according to ft uli'd( to get piopcr witnesses'.umia
l by Mr CI tI k : lubi Icatlon om th. recent legislation by New else ID the future of Suu'Ice : because they will be oarI'uttnr i
abut* :
S.3O! the! \
duiJng ''A I C. Stall t r nrYmrm hi-r o f till "'u'If'd In Clicuil Court here her '
I 5'
turf' mill: fuel 1 8'a mills 1 ; waes, I" Turk State will have ettect on Hiailfoid County ciealed so clllxens whose chaiactersnnd ,
pirt of the season and Homo 3 millstaxes I any or I boi.fd. of dliedois of. the (.lines-! 1'01 .liiilge/ A. 7. Adklns. Kltamorostinghl
prices" fc >ij $'j,0, to $.:,00 with u nulls, Intel. est on bf.nds lurid shipping' much comment and, interest and so if''''II I" will govern our town all!,- I'Ditl.D tion C'tedit Assoclitlon, the healing, before ,.fmil. B*

majority selling at $200 to $2f 0. three-foiu' mill; depreciation nany p"ple offered differentiewpoints and, county." I who ban Adliin.s ?
> just letuinod' from It iSpilngs on II wilt of luthrns Corpin
Returns to .' "a nulls, line fi 1 ?s I", mill!/ / that we .decided/ to a...e MRS M l H. Jlt-:1U.oNn.: wife of I>r. I ,
growers *o fur lire estimated SCHOOLS .lllInt whele attended, a .
\ at $10.tOO. with -- EIGHT he s-im>' subject again this week.Ve Herlong, permitted! us to quote I .
bright proxpects I group' meeting of directors of n The board' onleied.. filed without :
ahead for more success Inwaternplun Deal/in And tiirth OPEN JULY 5 \ appioached piomlnent ladles her as follows: "The most Im- 'number of these farmer cnopemtlve I action' a clemency plea for House a
iboiit i own for answers but In thecoui.se pOI tunt thing for the betteimnnt
shipping and for to- released today credit organiTEatlons In thissection. his i
to figures on sentences from
Accoidmg fifty-year '
nacco BRADFORD HIGH of our travels'' met a well-' of Starke and Bradford County I :
crop with prices the grow- Chat Icy Futch" BradfordI At this. meeting Mr. SiliiTney Hillsboioiigh, County/ for robbery 1
era hop.-, by BF.GIN8 TERM known: loral doctor who had a new Is the building up of the surrounding 1.r
ranging at about thirty I of births and said complete reports were"
County registrar burglary, grand Ituceny and rt'C.t'IV'Ilni {
tint soundod the farmers
Idea Help
6 aid country.
SEPT.: oiiginil
rpotll'I'I'' round.CONE'S nine deaths occurred' submitted t on all of the associations I stolen KIIOfI8.eommlll..lon..r .
.. desths, more it is to make as It Is
.. I sisal" so here : money .
during the first five months of 19:17than : Eight of Bradford County's ten "DR.; 'll. H. MK.RLONO.: I local piac- these people: upon whom lit'ail-. ippreiifnttM showing volume of of Agriculture Nathan
i 'IIJH JIf''''' done each costs andmethods
by
COLONELIN did for the same period of white schools will begin their thinner, stated that "we should ford County and Staike! especially !Mayo told' the board Hitamoro G ,,1

WRECK 1931. Fiom'Janu-iry th.'lIgl1lUay. 1937-34 terms July 5, Supt. .'\. J. mike connections with paper: are dependent of operation In order that was given daily access to the pit- e

1937 twenty-nine deaths rewere 3rffis! wild yesterday. in'inufacturing, interests fur the "Our agrclultiire In Bradford thq directors might derive anypossible lIon yard tuid "1:4: In better physical r 1
.benefits.
EDDIR: ROSELLE AND WIFE corded as compared with twenty The Starke high/ and elementary! establishment. of n paper mill In County Is still in the pioneer of Information.through The this exchange condition than at any time sine: j.' j

ESCAPE: SERIOUS for the same period of 193G. Births school will begin its term Sept Bradford County using bamboo stage, we need three agents: indicated that all of the reports I he went to RaiforJ." He was .placed v r y
of anMoolarlons -
INJURIES during the first five months 1. following the Lawtey school H* the raw mutrrinl./ Bamboo one for general farming, one far : have/ shown each In solitary confinement when y
1937 were two less tban for the 19.17-3: b sal' year anincreit.se he was returned tu the prison after
which will commence its grown ecdl..ntly. needs to h lick growingone : and poultry, .
In ,
number of members und'
t'Idy Roselle! prominent Lake same period of 1930:: when the total stated this und be rut devote his whole i IUI escape.
City cal& sold. Term July :2ft. It was pUnteii hut once, can who call volume of business. done, Mr. Sur- I
operator and a colonel on was forty-nine Mr. FlItch veek that. the entire ten sclMWls over every three or four yeiia. Urn to keeping abreast the market -- A ; r B
sell thus
tile &taIr .. renoy attesting the appreciation m
, ""el of Gov. Fred P. Cone was --. ...11 employ sixty teachers with and makes the highest grade. of corxntl.ms to get: the best of the farmers for the SMITH MEMBER l

. tHt Injured! when .Ma .utonotinnet GARMENTS twenty-nine teachers: In the Starlte tough b"lun" nk-note, pufior.Hatulvx. prices, for the products: of our "ervl.-B S
Ille' 1,200 being rendered by these c.pt'raU'e -
, over on' Road Twenty4lclll ichool and nine employed at Lawey would grow. profusely on f,
' the southeast of here Mrs. Ro- I MADE BY WOMEN > for the forthcoming teimn.Ni Bradford County'n cut-over timber MRH. U .1. ORF.KN.': : of Green' Gainesville Production Credit A.sselves 'Ie.
also
C. CODRINOTON
APPOINTED:
aa occupant of the mar definite date for IDIrt-SS !laud and swamp |land. Store, answered: "In my opinIon H.ocllttl..n. farmers r
of
'"'_ was. SEWING ROOM PROJECT thin TO SUCCEED' CONRAD:
slightly Injured Dr. W. of white oak la of the most Important
,
schools'.) of the! "The planting one
K.: MM WORK Foil eruis for negro county
ietoa FURNISHES VAN IIYNlNGM
said Industry Is. the of the
Roorlle. HUNDRED imiity has been set the Superlnendent time could heroine a major things development .
driving an Oldsmobile, ONE In our cminty.' It could future of :Htirkiand; : Bradford 1 '1
which will employ Coilrln
said C.
wrae.1| Clayton ;ton. publlshn -
avoid! sharply off the rto d to One hundred women employedIn .wenty teachers. b* planted on all our land hills. County is. a well inn cooperative WPAREPAIRING | of the Lake City Reporter, an-l f

tiny hitting a cow traveled about j the WPA sewing rooms of 81'11,1Cor.I' ..- -. -.. -- and. cut-over timber lands: : and Farmers' Market where all farm: ROADS 1 postmaster there fur the pant several i' I

then yards down the ditch and County ale making wearing 1 4-H CLUB BOYS would/ / mature la about twenty- products are assorted and graded months, has been appointed by

the 'jI'II..la the car was CbIDI.>IPg' apparels at the rate of five bundre.1plf'cell five yems.' The finished pro according to accepted government PRO.IKCT3 E I1'I.OY Governor 1'Yed L'. Cone, to nerve ml

|Ute "rued l sliouMer to get back on each half month period of GO CAMPING duct Is worth $100 per l.OOH standrds. thereby Increasing I 100 WORKRRH: IN State Welfare Comruliei0a0re-aimo.! ..... ;

three "ay again it turned over seven days. The month are divid- .sg Iatrr feet and ,la getting more. the desirability and 1 THIS ARKA reeding Conrad Van UyrUng. whose j ? I

' times, according to. a. local, ed Into two work period of seven FOURTEEN LOCAL MEMBERS somircwa3; .: ; the time. The acorns price This would/ provide a con : term expire?June ao., ->_ -,'. r -. i '1
wncherservice man .' ARE ACCOMPANIED BY (wU'ctt' ire abundant and large In stunt market with fair prices for ; Work was recently completed, on I r. uM-if" '- 1[I Ia
W. P. Smith
.c..e ,
Fdwans of Starke. acci- >"S-; .'. COUNTY-AGENT' aim 1ue worth from f 1 to $1.25; whatever the farmer could raise. the New River road a WPA project praminent
deatally J-.a Lt. .thft df'ep'dltch Miss Ruth Johnson. supervWo1'pt. per bushel and can be sold to WH know that when the farmer I which extends from Road. 2$, stave mill operator, and one of the ) ;

ho.J".Jac Bond Trteen near: I hewing rooms lo Bradford County 1JOO Fourteen Bradford County boys, the government or be used to makes good and has money to about seven miles west of Starke leading business men of Bradford )j

Kllrr'a Service Station Sunday .yesterday said that more thin:, bv,- members of the 4-H Clubs accompanied feed hogs" spend especially in this county to Brooker. The work, under the County, was among District No. !}
made
Wtt!!: and wrecker service wan garments have been by County Agent T. I... He- AIRS. L.. A. fJANOVA, expresidentof where farming U the basic Industry supervision. of. the local I adminls- appointee, which is composed often I

npe,1 W! lo pull out hU{ Bulck. E.I.WdrJ. I the amen In the past .twelvononths. of ('lane: Jr., left Bfonday" for the the Stirke Woman's Club, that everybody la benefited. trillion of the WPA was dime with counties Mrs Flit Strii-kl.in I, j r
< .. ww: The garments consist Forest, where they between and well-known here, and a Woodrnaa
not Injured. Ocali National was kind enough to write for us ninety 100 workers
-.. tjotli under and top clothes for, m<*n. will he encamped until titnmrda Y. the following suggestion; : "In MRS TITUS OI.SON: proprietorof Under the supervision of 1'':. K.Noith ':. of the WorM leader, was appointed c 1'+

Fields Injured women and children. Complete made: I The total expense of Pie \i'Ive-d.iyeneampment one worl/ I my answer. Is TMucu-: the Oi inge ttlossom: Cute, I : a small clew of WPAwojkcis in Union County at. Luke Butler_ rI
also being .
liyctte.s are ----- -
DI> T ; Iviby is: about *3 each It tlon' In my opinion the poverty wiote h<-r 'Id-'U. for us "A 'lirgerproduction now are constiuctlng HOVcril r
a Fields families: of the coun I
J..ck11"1 \ for the needy .t
'ill, prominent mem'jeis.There I I' was pievlously stated./ which is u tremendous. mill- of truck pirMlnct ; bridges on the roadway oth /ieriwtl Service '
Phy :.cl room
i In- the sewing
n. was by
dared, l.ont severely ty In Thus\ ho attended, with the stone around' the neck of ouri with a system of marketing. / that era mire 1'1'111)01"llIlr..I.' )\ ) It wa4 Mat- Rv; A I. Turner pasloi of oHamp'on

ernoon when six o'llock Sunday aft- are four ae"I"f the rooms one hundred ;' county agent/ ate: Robert Rosier, county will disappear. when our will :give the fainter a profitable 'IPd this week V/ork on this plotrt Paptlut f' iue-h nnno'i ii

,In w..ifh. the Lincoln Zephyr the county employing the fol- \V-illjce and, Theron Collin.s Walden pri.)pie ovete-urno! their physical: '! price for his! supplies., Then u' will be complete within H suorl r'l'I WeduoHday that luvlval item vi. ..1Aould J
at
he located
role Icers. {
hy Mrs said to be driven l war WidKWoith, Aich, Tliimia. Ir aid mf'ntal"'ltl"/ i engage. in canning plant Is needed. to nk tint, it was anticipitfd.Ilinliilfh /. hegm there this S'indiy. t1!
Fields' i :: ht-irke, two rooms
'
collied with Ford places
u } .
utoninbile lowing' one L. A. johns Mogun :s-ning service to be h' ld at H Ile>

east of' one nnd a fourth miles working forty-six.: Lawtey ford McKirnoy. Merle and (joorsruckham. :,:e MRS. W. (n. HAILS, manager of /give employment to another WithJI'rvl 1011 r.f road work In o'clock a. m with Rfv. O. NI $'
here fifteen Hampton j
rm' I,1! Dr t
j cKronv.lle,Field after wild first( rushed aid from tu I'I I merry tvorlting,the twenty-one UrookT :seving room Iljyes; J. C and I.tf.slu I'lln lc one till n/ I coim-Jor of most Ini-j' program of this kind wand a number r.f workers. on therond (Ially Vacation Bible School Is now 4 t

Dr. W F: The Bruo'cer finitincn shove everythln.f; else put mote money: In ciiculatlonwtilth noir Hampton ''In progress and all boys anti girls

Jtckslnvllla Mkldlrton who said, the emp'oys sixteen moved to Urahira because The English sparrow was introduced t. the! rat! me of Staiku and' In nun !-ni'fit.s. the entire It was said that about ninety I of all denominations are urged to
physician suffered in- were
t ni-d Injuries I II'fom" available suitable into the United State In FJradfoid County Is the [np"I' county." anon .lire now being employedI I".r11. i attend e'eiyifteino'sn at 2:30I :

11.101' --is. and serious\ scalp for the of locat'on.: : spate! 1 '10.; tini.i-nj; it our b.ys ail I girls. Whit dn YOU think! : ? I tally on both of the proji'ctl! I ,I's !K"i'i

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P1GE 1wg BU\DFOItD COUNTY TrLEGR.\PfI.; ST.UUU!:. FLOItW.t .. FitHL",. Jl\t: ; :;, t tj

'}'O WHOM: IT
My
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I this section the past week-end. FLA. STATE FARM Labor's Work Week Legislative Salaries Not: Ire Ix' lieitl t,, "
/JO.tT/J/.t'i"
I ho lird: day nf juj, .11 ,,
; Nr.. /. Z. (.rids,. lorrr..pnndcnt I Grace Glover of Bartow was visulng'rheima :Mr*.. Kr.vun \\hlllield. ('or. Gradually ReducedIn Show Big Increase .e ply ,to the Ilunorab. \ .::1 4;
; Prevatt last Wednesday ] man County Judirr'utility 1'nr;
kete < to sell 1'0410'
I the
;
i Vii; Mr and Mr-\\'. E. Green were night and Thursday I, :\1.... n. II. liruiiKcr llonoml United StatesThe I TALLAHASSEE-- Legislative Box h'omyth. ttlli u minor i.i i' I \\l
relatives In Lake Butler I l>u Hlnven: ? G
visiting Prevutt
( Lee and Thelma I
i Gladys Tuesday afternoon at the home officials reported payroll expenses Ward t'lly. (now B- II
b undu)'. visiting her uncle and aunt United States News has paid Hllli111 he Florid
; were I of Mrs Gudwin Mrs. J. C. Godwin were $252- p
I Ii 11"I Mrs. llattle Moore of Oviedo was Il\Ir and Mrs Zenas' Oriffis !Saturday '! I and Mrs. Sanford Rltrh entertained made a survey of "America's Diminishing I IPU90 I lof the, 1037 legislature$212,502.10 for the AN' I'SI.l1'T- I file Ion. In bused County upon| Judg.q 11'I'\ ..lt"
against
hei. brothers. Arch and I Work Week Its! moral Starke. FI...
t visiting .
night j at bridge in honor of 111'y' U.i session. .1 S F
lust I I to be that evolutionof 1D3S 14. 1P37 a-ll-4t-7-2:
J) John Prevntt Sunday.Miaxvs If any seems June
,
Klbert Glover and children. i (]ranger of Belle Glade the guest The Senate spent $143.47450.
\< u Melba and Mae Prevutt and invention 1 is the
,' Grave und James. of Bat tow were 1 j Godwin.l The house wus Industry $107.93650:; In 1935. The Editor Telegraph.
have returned home after spending visiting Mr. mini i Mrs Z. Z. Grif- : decorated with nhnsta daisies glad- principal agent le.-ponsiblj for House against payroll was $10!>,467.40ugain.it Even the JacksoiivKle" : Juurn..rI'1 j
d.'j'jI! the first month In Ovleilo 1\:1.! Sun- j-hortening the numbei, of hours the I ; April 19. called the act of the 1929:! ,
I fin lost Tuesday! | loll, und bronx.p colored l zinnias. At $101.545.00' ( In 1935. The
f ,! ford. I' woiker must put in at his fr > the offl-! .
'I' average barring > m
Willie Green was visiting Ralph i he conclusion of the games! 'the I Include the salaries of thlr.tYE'lght legislature
l p''t' Mr. and :'11'8. Arnold Griffin. were desk or machine during each seven I figures clal ballot all parties: not poll.ngl I
t J iI j Gainey MondayI I hostesses grave to Mrs. Granger un Senators. and ninety-five
\> vlMiitng rcl.illvtjH in Belir.oie Sun- days of the vote In ..helast O,
cent
Jr 1 f I A. Cliff, Harvey Gainey und .mported |paisley bug and to Miss House members at :$6 a day. thlily per '
;L, I P.i il.iy. I "hutles( Priest were visiting in :-letty Miller, who visiting Mrs. DUI'lng the last century, the I I Principal Items of expense In pervious election "as: unfair

"i 1 ;: I. I'';' lira Edna: Jones Ins returned .uiru'svlllo: Moml.iy Fan,,'her handkerchiefs, as! guest work week has been almost cut 1111]i, both branches were for employing und despotic a* could be imagined

:' ; I, I L, home after spending the past wekut Mia. Lizzie L.PIund children <>t l pl'lz.'s. For holding high score half. In 1822, the 'average/ WOI'k1el' 'stenographers verifying clerks It was Intended to give the Democratic FREEZEGS :

:. i ''1 I I ttclmnre With licr" mother Rethel were visiting\ her brother C. Mrs. Chapman| received a cut glass 1 put in six twelve-hour days, for j ja I'filing clerks: and other attaches. party complete monopoly."

,.' I I'' j I., MIKHUH Jerry Williams I and Irene A. OrlffUi !Sunday.Mr. '! marmalade jar und the booby total! of seventy-two hours a Attaches receive SB u day each The charge was 100 per cent true.

f Hogan and Dun Boree and chlldrrn und Mrs. Leo Griffis were prize a novelty mirror, was awarded week. In that year, the first organized Sundays Included. Under pressure the 1937 legislature : CUBES.

I\\1 .fl't of Sand Lake were visiting) friends visiting Mr. and Mrs Arch Prevatt I to Mrs. Drew. The refreshments levolt demanding a ten- The figures were compiled for reduced 'the requirement to ; ,

: and relatives In this section Sun- Sunday afternoon consisted of fruit frappe, served hour d.iy and a sixty-hour week. publication in the Legislative jour- fifteen per cent. which us the i Journal ( .,

i I''/ I day _. ._--A _. with dulnty unsorted crackers. The resolution got and'nowhere j ji nils they do not Include such coats said, "Is still far too high It \ 1t 4

.1\\ Those invited, to be with Ml's.Grang lung lifetime was to pass before restores the Republican party, but 1\\ ,
: .11 1 Mr. and Mrs P. U Roberts ofThiTpssa Dal vm .ind Lincoln were born nn II' printing the Journals: and calendars \ 1j

1 '. b were visiting relatives la the anne day. r were ;: Mrs. North Mrs. the sixty-hour week became stall-I and purchase of stamps and disfranchises minor parties. qj

u .I .. Black, and Mrs. Jimmte Ritch cf, Hard In major industry: IS. 1'10.- ."upplies.'Inlll totals: on these Under this ruling. Prohibition

.' 1 j Starke. Mrs.' Chapman M.s.VAI. in that year, the A fr,[ L. went Items have not been compiled. party voters are deprived of their J

M'., FUNERAL DIRECTOR lace Mrs. I'jlnoe. Mrs Griner, Mrs. on tecord in friar of the forty- --.. .-... ------ right to suffrage guaranteed by Jt"cri '
I eight hour week. As in the past.rainy ,. I
Wiggins Mrs. Puncher Miss Muller the Fedeial Constitution. The -
.j; MJ >I lun> li-iiri KMH 11'1' Mnki It P.iH-l1)li for :Me' t<, I K"II"'I before this: ob- I Jf..1"1 iI PTO."
Mrs. Ritharde.: Mrs. tears paused c
Murphree Elections
I chilli man of the Primary 'r
;J f Joii ''KH tF.NT.: I\IO\II'T( and rOI'RTKOrs: !SEltl'1'E'IOOER..Il : und Mrs. Drew of the Farm.13irthd. jfctlve was rcucheii. In 1914. the I 'f(1 t.. ill i Mm lira t iirrr..l>..nilrnlMrs. Committee in the 1937 leg IM- l ln t 1M 3 3't

J'' : ; ritu rLnAVIlT :>:, I work week averaged fifty-three G. P. Wadworth. Sr. returned latuie said to me privately "It is ..

C.JONESMdi'lm. : ..y I'urty rill'I half hours Hy 1019.! it had burning shame Mutt a group of I !
her home here this week a j"t.
: I !' InrlijitOur In honor of the eleventh bit hid ly I dropped to fifty and a hilf hours I I after a to visit with her sisters Mrs. such worthy citizens are treated C.J ... o) ..

I ''I."" --- "" "' -I1"t- lof their Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. In U2! at the height of the boom. ''' that I that the readeia -
II ) __. .n_ : son II was firty-nine huuis. Morrow and Mrs. Day of Plant way. hope I :J tI'. .. .
Albert .lord hosts at will the '
,------ -- -- in were a sup- i City. of this paper recognize -.1

courteous services! are daily winning per-theatre party Tuesday evening Depression naturally: shortened',I Marlon Sullivan and family i al'Miami despotic unfairness of this act und / '!I..I il./, .

; The color scheme: of green and the work week us the "WOI k shar: are the guests of Mr. Sulli be willing to help In an effort to ,
'i
new customers. Why not drive in and have dot-p pink was carried out In appropriate ing" plan whereby employees II l van's mother Mrs. J. P. Sullivan. influence\ the next legUlituie to :J ... ..

a your car serviced the Standard Way? decorations and in the ice worked part time in order that Miss Margie Hall who has been correct the evil. d .....f"-r.r......... r

cream and cuke. Following the ethers might also !have jobs came visiting friends und relatives in Ei nest Thornquest. 'Jltn.anr.v>. Lot'

p supper In their home Mr. nnd :'Irs.JUl'dan into effect in many large Indus Tampa returned to her home here Prohibition County Chairman. .

I WE SPECIALIZE ON TIRES and TUBES took the boys to I the picture tries. Then came the :NRA.: which last Saturday. --.------.-.- -.- f'"R' "aLh''ti ::.j.!..11 -
work week /Hamilton and: Mrs Gladys Was- :': :.I: _
established wt
+ show in !Starke. Enjoying this cel- a forty-hour '
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. Eddie Raymond was transacting "' I ..
ebration with Bainurd were Jim- I for the bulk of Industries. Today, business in tSarke last Monday. den

1 tnie Bradley! Gerry Bouvier, Gar- in ll<37, the forty-hour week has I..ome Ogden of Pompano is visiting \ James Walker and! family of RIvera a fn.vSri'.r"7 .1

+ We Are Equipped to Wash, Polish and land Godwin and Jim Frank Jor been generally maintained/ even his! brothels George, J. II., who have been visiting Mr.'alker's ... d' j.,;'
dan. the NRA Is no more. And \\ patents Mr. and Mrs. B. ,
thought and B. Y. Saxon this week. ir.1
; Grease Your Car. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
1'1 n u considerable number of industries Revival services will begin at the E. Hull left fur New Jersey today. .-

H Kerrption :
Baptist Church next Sunday morn- in A IN SCHIDLLK:
A. A. DURDEN SERVICE STATION In the Woman's Club rooms been put into effect for all or putt Ing at eleven a. m Everybody is Our schedule changes! April 25th::

t : a'i Wednesday afternoon Mrs. R C. of employees.As !Invited and trains will run as follows.Southbound .

I Corni-r of loaJ I.! and 4H, St-irl., F'h1.MI'm : Drew gave a reception with I.Iis. the News points out a number F..II.n..lio1'l'13 and family ut I -
(I Charlotte H. P,', t.y.Vol.thy Grand of factors ate responsible,! for ::"
with
the week-end
Bartow spent No 1 Duo Stark* 11:31: P M __hce"-7a$
-.; tId L j Matron of the Eastern: Star week. Per-
as
-- -- I the declining working Mrs. Morris' father. C. Y. Saxon. No. IS-.Due Stark i '57: P.M. ,--
kf t honoiee. Members of the Eastern haps the most irupoitant of these! | Miss Cleo :Saxon; who has been .
N'j Ij7- Due Slirke [9 1<> A.M. ruts on Kerosaz* ...10.1r"r
: Star fiom Riilford, Lake Cutler. .is science and invention. Technological > "( friends, and relatives here. "
siting No 191--! DUI J :fctiKIt) .:. I'M
Starke und the State Farm and [ progress which! : simply! visiting in South Florida this \erthhu; 'and a f3W co':J, :s a d.ye'1'

d those from over the slate who better und more varied mll.hin..y. I
means .
\'eel.; Vo. 2--Due Stark ::: Qti A it. .nleelr r..1i
came with biro Perry for her visit enables workers to !
t produce The Hampton Junior' < High school No. 16--Due Starke 11 i* A.M I S.ivr .rk: .,
to the Luke Butler t9 wr anl
I hal.tel'el'" much more in a shot t i i.vtek
or
us will here 5. The teach. .
begin July :No. 103- Due Starke 5 00 P.M.Sf. .
guests and as assembled to'r..l.. o0ri.: '
they .
they than they pievlously pit'-j] mO'otvutern
Hi'J : "a'"; have ben assigned as follows ..rUe and. Witnii't ISruiii It
0alts \were served punch by Misses Jessie iced! in a long week. Thus, they ) Prof. W M. Morrol'lnclpal' ''0 101Leaves: Stalks 7UUA: 01 J"

Drew and l Enza'1'eaver.:: The other .ati: work less and still maintain' 01 j jtncieu&e I iN"i. .
t'rof. Turner first assistant: teachers :. I'vj.irlve.:! t'.t-irk; l50; f. MDJIIV 9 nucliini'rj i iTlltl
present and past uft'icets of the their productive value
for the lower giudi-s tire: bits ->xr 'pt :Sun 1"\'s ![ modern. I-: "t
Grand
chapter who were present liven though their hours go down Flu)' Sullivan Miss Willie Mae T J CJK1KKIN.F. iili'titn'iil to
t
und Mrs. Perry composed the receiving -, their usefulness and their wages go I ----- r'nvts, with Liit fll> .
/ line with Mrs Drew. From ) -- -- --- -- for I Ihnt: l h m' In. 'aliiimis
y up. ,, .
.
f du II/
a beautifully appointed table covered r 1111-: [MOST nt'I' OFoi: :MOTOR mm :"? i* ucan
The labor unions have also been : : bay l :bi-rv.'l PI-
V with a lace cloth and center- I on. nil. o-isy TMircl"n,
.
factor. They have won many
a K OOL-M OTOR )
ti ih ed with exquisite flowers tea and concessions from management, and Vt'ri'o (for free lit ira'

simlxvichea and mints we'e'ed I
I cut the working week without cutting G.\SOI.INli AND OILS
I 4S by Mis. Sheffield Mrs. Bryan rni: STAIIONK IN nitAnFottu ('OI'STAnt; .\torn
'
Drew und Mrs. limy Rosier. Having wages. !totIt'ICt11'11 A (.'().\II.u:'n; LINK OF D. E. ROBERTS

bt en a Punt Ad-ih, Mrs. Pert)"s' I Management has also" done u CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

... .._ ..__'_ .j- -- color is blue un I this was used in great cleul to make shorter (hours I \VOKTIHNGTOV PltJ\: ''.., a1Gentlemen \
possible.' It has tmpioved the technique Tilt: NEXT: ; IIVIK: YOl'Il MOTOR III 'Ste HOT. JET; THAT

; WILL FIND IT HEw.PA the selection further of flowers emphasizing and refreshments I of pioductlon in many way?. I KOOL-MOTOU> OASOMNK FKOM ONE OF THESE I !*lea _>Mart mn, .rith< <.. 50.I I

STATIONS: I "' ''oa.cotnpkn Inlurmiliiiii Aim ..%_
to the end that less employee motion -
I the esteem and consideration of her Dad Penders ..."""N.lux* the KanMeud RtUr.< 1
co-membtris for Mrs. be wasted and that each i Kitty's 13-28

? u t CotlntryUome -- Perry. i iMr. I worker pi o'ttlce more in his work-1 I West End Sta. Harrison's ( Brooker) I I N.m. I II :
MCCALCS
R I
I'I and Mis. .1 G. Caldwell and ing time. It has often voluntarily

r Fly' F io y 1 E iiER Lila Lime:. and Peggy Caldwell spent I reduced hours even as it tvis- raised ) D. E. ROBERTS, Agent !I Street or R.F.D- I

.j' T1f5 and hourly rules of pay | \n-Htn! .\: J25'ui'ru Nsi baturdny Sunday with Mr.Caidv.ell's I I To. 5'."._ --I 1
i
FARM I Finally\ In recent yearns goveinutent <)IfilINil'N: sritlNtiS!

i ih ii patents in Ocala. ... ... I L.__ _ _..1G1
/ JowaNAL ,, .
AnumI. "
i
) Herbert Divvv is at home after has 'been -i fuctor.< 'f'J ._: l "' .of :;;- ') .
i a ; rr" -::""" ., .
? II .... 'M.'f -
A visit with relatives In Wnyctoss, of states, ol which Oregon was the

i ; ,r Gn first have perilled 1 the maximum '

I i rEh t r 40 d a flalyrfra/Aaelrn Poo Ilryma.can h 't Rdlierui. cousin Whitttfld Miiigaret: the Putu.im guest: of In ], '1\11111 p.-i ca.nork.ivoek which, and wom.'n these In st.it-Industry ( 'I'| [ LOR i P1h oIJ1 ,.Y, N7 I a trr;; .. :--4! ; NNExf Mhm

Oct 'gordsns.iytf Am Joum,) mites have been upheld In he( nurtsxs / -
A b Country rr, Rariew I Yr.Nrpt Biimingham, Ala. I
Oats Ooma 6 Mt$ 4 Fun Jounraf N '- ;3Y.. bits J I. Kchinson has returned I heing; necessary to the public\ !, .;: '- ,
,
tgtisp"trorer -" L'/1. 0 \ well The frV '. % rix -
e: cmnra from UH extended visit! with rel- health and bring.
4 n 'r Cl Floaee MCrll,a MiO&a",1.2 Yn;r Q G Noma e4,1 Shrirt M ;UIn, -.1 Yr.I Va.. I It i lives in Seville. I ernl 1 l IW now in effect refuses go\ k NUNOREO TONS : '

I, I )ICbon a.tt Plelu-z TA Noutrhoff CIRp Yr Mlis Evelyn Townsend who has ernment contracts to minufartur-. I OF'MINERAL.4ATT /2ARE r,, f
work
teen in Gainesville fur time eB whose; employees more '
past "
f Q I' Vty sit 6 aar Q Lip IN Mkhao 1 Yn nevemal weeks has come home. than tot ty hours n \veeU. AfOJ/PO PA/L Y

1 w.I Q pat r(.eeklyl -'yt Yh 0 Baa Llrr'i :'1.. II.V B. Granger und Mrs J. The current drive' for a thirty- LlY TAE tvATE.2S Cor t, .
IlYmaulO Y'a I
rh rytnlnI" a r' t Y0 (1 parll Rorl M thl 2 Yr, G. Godwin spent' Monday' In Jack. i80nvllle. { hour week to be fixed and eiitotc-

t p G Fttnl ycrtrn : Yd. O Pnrprit0uo./ Y- 1 Y. ed I by: the government Is believedto vim' /L Vh /2

S ier ,%Oi t1 Yr 4 Rho Firm.-+I yrd MI' and Mrs. Albert Jordan and l j have Itttiw chance of immediate1suecesi. v
r' .it. f7 Wmi551.rWa e( Even Home labor leaders Il 'N 'til r.E.
c AeeldJ Vi Jourr'i yad sons attended the Gainesville-Pa-1 Q'N6w'
Santa trsrlae dubious of its merit, In the belief :,
0 Stu. tr 1 Y. latka ball game in Gainesville Saturday i are er + ih FO,
+ d night. that it would retard i-eem- r/ I

Mis. C. R. liarrinemwith her I I ployment. Pa t history would indicate I I

3t that a still shol.ter01 k
f I rI eons: Bill and Chailes ate the
weekend guest of her brother andsisterinlaw week will lame in time but as the 1 vP .
I I OFTER "0. I OTTER NO I I result of progress and evolution
Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
:)N; Thl N..perp. 1 T r, Ail rat I.r.Only. TI ....perp... 1 T. F'or All Only Pour Drew. rather than political ptessute..w 1 1 ..
.
} .. _. r
i )IaOadeu aria.. } Rev Aubtey C. Halsell of Hot' Yr 'I
I t 6 B 10
3 ,
tr.m GranP $2. troni A .40 "
t' Group $2 Sptlnga Ark., and Mrs. Charlotte The music of "Ametlca" also la' -' f I

Il J' B. Perry of Jaf.k"'mvllle'Isltec.l' Mr. j the music of the national anthem I I 41 } rM1. t ra ,t n -z rteJ'r
of the British : Denmaik. )
orrER 1'10.' I orrEll N0. d and Mis. L. O. Sheffield during the j Kmpue
TIoI. N.wapap.r 1 Yo All Foo nl. N.w.pap.r. I Y' All IliI week. I I and Swltzeiland. I IJJSlr&aiSi1 I

I 2 Magann.r A F., Only 2 M..01.. F. Oaly Mr.
and
A MI's' W.
tram GIaYO } from Group } I G. Stringfellowand oars o.l'IIY.Ut'l.t

1 Maeatlw' B $2.25 3 Na01Mw B 52.504am daughters. Hetty Margaret 1' Southbound
IIi t
Group from Go..p and Melba. with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. '!
No :07-.Due: St:1rlce: 11:45: pm.
Wilson of !PtoiKe' I spent the past I I
No. 205--Due Stalke 5:15
:. tR Nt rER ".NO ANY : pm
Ii week at Kingttley Lake I No. 203- Due Slarl 12:1:5: : pIn.N" .

1I..rlo.. .. la yAmvrleoa ,t.IIO' Mod... MMhaUs.. d tonaHau l.1 Mrs. T.Y.. Shuler is attending 201-Pu'J Starke: 10:20: a.m I
Fruit Gi.w.._ 1.71 MattM .Ic''.... ._._ 1.00 sum 'e-r school at the Univeis.ty of '
} American __ I..U Op. load lot Joys I Tn.,_ 1.00 Northbound
v Baiter Nom. = Omd.y- Opportunity MaqailB 1.00 FloridaMr. No. 202. .Due Stailee; 150: I'm. '
: .
t : -- -
Br* dr'a 1.70 Par.nl MagoxlB 1.45 nnd NTr.i. Ivan Hazen
Capper's Favo .. 1.75 n cnhHidcr.. (...kl,>>> 1.10 : arenow No :Sot: LtucStaike 't.1: ::, pm.No. i "I;;
r I Child Ute .__ 1.15 Q .hr.lcal Culluc 1.1$ ut home to their friends at Z06.) Due Starke 913: ; p.m. : /': tIC /;.
Chrl."",. Harold 1,50 PholopiaF. I.n the home of MI'H.1', A. !
-
m+ CollUf's WMklrCounlrr Pictorial H..l.w ______ ISO Kelsey I No. 20Due Marice 3:3:1: :: a mrnrc ;,= TN.E'SAV.oaO
Ron, I l lDlxi 1"N' : Populat: Moehaale H ._ 1 95 Mrs. Cl 'udi> Johns and MIs.Luwl'e"1'e : 214 Due tulke:, 8.0;; sin.Starke .
D.Ua.o. I.u Popular Scl.ac.. MoothlT_ I IS Du visited ::
Poultry' Journal.Farm 1.75 Radio N..... (........ICClII_ 11$ gel relatives CUA Agent: BeaMley's ,
0, louraal. 1 ,r.. 1.10 lUdbook Magailn 1.91R.TI.W in Sanderson and Oluatee Saturday Service: E tatian. opposite COUI tT""r3 7.12eE.f E I h
raid aad >tr am__ 1.15 .' a..I... I." Mrs !)uger for a'' .
+ remaining
rlo.., Grower __ I 4S SeroonJafld HM HVV____ 1.01 --- I '('r--L.O: SJ:11'
Horn Art. NMdUcraft i.oo Scr.. Play 1.09 longer stay With her mother Mis.
Haul. aod Garden_ 1.4S Silv.r Scra ________?. 1 00 Dolphin in Olustee. { "" :; V
__________ : w: ;8 I
Household MaTosIn 1.70 Span Atl.ld 1 OH8uce r "
\
r Lib.nr WMkirKcCall 1.50 *.trul Farmtaf _______ 1.70 After n trip to New Yoik und : '_. ,'I'=f i J? :: F < rw
t I LI..rar1' DI'J"I ..50 Truo S....,. Maqa aa. I.n Connecticut Mr. W. T. Kelsey '1., tart; RM(tDf V-i I 7 ita t
'. 1.00 3 Woman. World I.n4'A' | .
MU311.t -
Joined his wife and little and rYmir Po. atn? i. .,I.t"
daughter, i *' '. .,... h 1.. > '1I I
Elizabeth for it visit with Mr. and i t .
I bits \\'. A Kejtey Wednesday inn thf h16,." 11' vm0r:; I II '...: : K.r _.. .

ad_LLI lY_ .7I Ii1-ar. &p-O iv l-- I Mr end Mr W. T Kel.sev and |jn.'ilo".."" ,"',urd.,.nr l."r I,., ..1 a-I're 1 may r r'l i| r%torfpiv'tfw.ii :. I One ol f the most phenomenal -- --

[ 1it" LOlizat.cth: rct.iinnl tn, their home ro'''f>".'.." ..1 t the ,vaoi..n. and,t fenfnrosof 1 I surrnutulmg terrain will he noted ,,
Gentlemen lui'iy-w.'t ditr, < '.. I biher: Springs s.x'nnles from Ocala TI' :r. '.
Weisdale.. .. The fruit of the SANDDOX
n I"ml"r..rvi''y of too f'* *pj n* i U .
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I enclose $ ____for which please send me After npeml'ng u week with her I I..iinn'ht.fH. mity d.rh.o'*>,... wi/nln. ..J wm. bM."y is the enormous amount of solidhcinn! 1 I which IlroIn Florida is snap'"; .lean "

I the magazines I have checked, together with I son a.i.l dauiter-lii-liw.:) Mr andMa. You mny ...If.. .. nntdn.! b.-ko,' .. j carried off daily in solution! bv its onion and divided into 1 12 or i'1
f y.nul.nt h...'. .h..auaeka ul duanl.a. vhioh e
year's: subscription! ;: to your newspaper M i R. Hulrnc3. Mrs. Colrnvs t'ttnj up ntrU'H; .....IMIIB. pulttnrw" \ waters: l gush liom Its cave notis tioni. Each section contain! a .in'

left for her home in Live Oak Sunday '' uittlor: thw e/M-I...i weak, uurvouA all depths with n Maximum(( flow of 7U.-; seed and explodes violently wh<" n ''i
pl.v.J Ollt. ,
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Name 111I Iii ouch r.*** It la |>ott., ta rely un 000,000 gallons per day. The irr.>n'est' Dire which is n distinctive fi.a'<"' 0
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.9: Mrs. Virgil Dota-n and children than on .umi-ibir* 1 IM fav.r* the fruit. Prior to the advent of the ;
of deal-water a'jly known Un Vo...'. P\ilt, A mullft lime brought from, the limestone II
are *
h visiting Mr. and : up
Street R. F. D._ porous when
or t id. ul rratciul pw.nla ...........D.J mon ink blotter of today and
Mrs. H. R. D.dson. '.. .. '. deposits below.
4 4 Geologists estimate
w 9ai* < *Mir *ttf' was used for drying ink on paver:' \the
Town and State J Mr, und Vrs. V G. Mills have that even at this terrific rate of re dried fruits of this treeJ'P said to t'0':I

m its their guest Mr. Mill's father of moval it will be five thousand years before been the *"" t.
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iI I Ii an appreciable difference in the thus: crivinz[ the tice ila common rte !' .






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,10'\ .: 'Double-crosser1'' muttered the! ing for her wan also starting 1 waiting; pair and choei fully re- 1+!' army''Same old chuckled numbers. the, name scarred kind one! of'I' NEW OIL p ,

!I breath 'Please hurry'' fried Rose, rap ma i'Uoil'Whiit, I' + ?
under his ,
Wftj4jOYCC.COJVEHS7ltp.pl : : Or -/ defense lawyer want hoys"" I food i. same old goose step' Almost ,
(IM as he sat down. ping on the glass partition "It'san you uniform. and plenty of
I the same
fT.f..i. : the nearer
4{ Intoned !" 'Not: a thin I replied FACILITATESSUN
II : ?If 'This is highly Ineg-ular. emergency the acme boyn. Flist. they learn us
p exchanging openmouthed
two,
/l& when he had restored The driver incieasej his speed, of tho
4/ the
Judge then they:
handle
how to n gun
7 I order. "Am 1 to understandyou but the big black car In the tear Iln1t with his pnrtner."Pat's '
if doe'!
i squawk' we BATHINGNow
....1 .4 wish to change your plea toguilty had, already lessened the gap. Adistance wheat ah fiRfjoicil ymi-ull : ,. .
"" ,, been here, lung enough sip I a t'
,.. .. ., ?' of not mine than fifty feet wanted!, responded the Negro 1
"
"' !yrrMn", xIIALSEV ".. : "Yeah." answered ,Jimmy catching separated thetwo machines The little rnvnlcaJp, hose in therenter know the rules", milii Jimmy you elt--g;; -out and enjoy
PcIHtrn"elxry/ .... .1:01\ walked to the fn>m dl1<1r- "How hag! ? e
<"
faster! begged lake or ,
RAnIE ...JII Hose'i glance and returningher "Please go a full day on the beach j
\ grateful smile "That's right "Lady 1 ain't got no pilot's license way Across the street the gang.vier I "Two months and eleven! clays""F'runt boat without suffering the after ,a '
Ouilty ," said the cabman. He was I fur had, been joined by a "ei'iiml three .veins'! Still like it? I agonies of painful minbuin.
I intersection signal I. I IIMehllHoIH... lookeil ," sell Jimmy. 'T sine
tell the court something stopped by an "Anyway
Fat shall further conclusively es "Will you IInX'"I1H-1
hat iLts Happened. So that the defendant's pre' of the I circumstances which while the auto behind scampering ly up at Fred\ ain't\ getlin' any more added onto I Just take with you a bottle of

I.vplag: from u G"rnuan. finds prl. record as an American clt- induced you to arrive ut this past a changing/ ; ht. came closer "UoM\ evrrythmgi, !' !he told her'. I it." Gypsy Tan the scientific! suntan t"

..,n ellltlp., Fred UHI1"mirH h... precludes the slightest possi change of heart?" Slid closer with a hioml Hiiule.Knim ") get it:' leered. the other"tloln' .. oil\ or a Jar of Gypsy Tan cl
that,t l 11w ISt>(l <> *> of his having been Identified. "I'm guilty" rejoined Jimmy The distance., to the spa i(meat far off came the imiimls ota stiaiftht whell1 you dent youistrelch Cream the scientific sun tan

I ,,.,.s U<"...' l>"ff.V, l ha engaged| UuI the- underwoilil." "Let It go at that. house< was not far Hut to Rose, altetnaUly Ray bl.ninjr tune. It grew loml- What's the angle ?" He cream.:

I 10 HIH' (cliw t pal I. Jimmy Ilmm.'H- I 1 object Your Honor! cut in "Then you admit the state's staring. back and pleading ) er, ami. came rUwer\ till, lovn the pointed with his thumb ti> the letter Either of these products: used

i Kuther than ruin : prosecutor, "Counsels/ state charge 1""Vpoh. with the driver to hurry', it Ml ret, nose caught Might I of u circus "Dame"" to dnectlons. will protect
hlmhlm
'Alec.! according
lUi'1Vre' siu" to Rose lienlnmdy' are Immaterial and offered I admit it. Why not get seemed l an endless journey procession. KM by a I IUIL-OIIS, "So what ?" cited. Jimmy, He you from the blistering rays of the r ldeep

wlf. ,null pretends"Ifl" UIIC'k haute. ly for the purpose of winning it over with ?" I' Suddenly with a jolt of the enr-ileafening calliope caught the guard's. eye on him, and sun. It will help you get! that
hits. n etrein barker, sympathy of the Jury." "In that disc theie lemalns n.lh-1 bI skew, they were there. She thrust\ "The rent of the outfit cxpl.ilni' quukly quieted do\\n. "She's mv rich tan. '
his jl, of could answer, cabman's ham) and i Pied\ grinning; I '
n discoversthat the Judge ing but to find you guilty of the a bill into the wife
.
Iral ai-eldentiilly, '' 15! involved In a fOllt.thlnklnd..nse!/: lawyer, <'lunge. against you Jury dismissed. dashed fur. the enhance It was a I Along the sheet cant the carnlviil I "(lhl"! smiled! the other "Well\ 1 The protecting Ingredients in

.lill"" niurII' big the jurors expanded! on his James !Duvi.s, I heicby sentenceyou building\ \ without 11 Hunt. < troupe\ elephants and all ,s'spose they must be Homebody these Gypsy Tan products filterout d
_.?,., nf rill Mess' pleads gang' wlll statement. to three yews In the StatePententlaiy Opening the duns of I"fll'mlln'l When it hilt! reiuheil Hose's np.ut-. lakiii'' rare o' her?" most of the binning actinic (, trays

J'r'. futilely Rose to 1 do not think It Immaterial. ." matic elevator Just in meat the rasa In the unit-oitllnR Jimmy said nothing; and! the other that would cause you to get ;.1

hU" 10 .l"''l>. then Hone beg learns ofmnniiniii I the Jury should, be aware of Noisy:: disoider again pievalled anattendintH cape the two men who had rushed off the autos across< (he way, wet continued, with a nnnik : painful Aunhll..n.T".Iay .

d(1 MinH'thlniC.. ..hlng! gang foray, In- fact that the defendant, was began to clear the after her she fell panting against: ..lowe,l to a hnail'a pace. "You know I can't figger' a guy go to your H.>!tall 111 ug 4'
un"I wounded on the field of bat of the side of the cat', I a moment Taking Hose by the mm, a coo \ like Sit tin' here iloin' your .
P"l''.'.% and "niniy cuuit. The gangster pain Jimmy you Store and buy the oil or cream ,
fnniiII"1 I with firearms that he was decorated by the gathcied the rear, angry scowls, she had reached the I third ("loot. ple of h.imiy men on each side" Htretch, after the tough things you, whichever you piefer. Then take. 1 '

.. "I'III'h"d'd(,| doing. to him In (" government for bravery in 'a, their faces slailng toward HoseHer -. Her hand shaking: as though\ withIlgII. tea'e l bolteil! out with Rose III'"wung 'I I wi-nt chi'u uh: In Kriim'e. IIrfor it with you on your next outing.

mi Ms {iH-i-son-. alil she hiul top lot Ion. and finally honored by his ( were tear-BiHined lira .?, she took out her apartment her II bOil 1',1 the oullinpe. i paused emphtsis., ",\ 11.1'llh Use it as dnected, and you will

rlsln, ( iluw{ him from foiiiethlnicuor country with the Distinguish thoughts eyes only of JImmy She hail : hey She opened the ,Inll""'. which )lau> was ililving, then, iicl a cute leason fur gel,: tin' out marvel at the way it helps you get r

to "a. nr M.. turns Ills bowie onhrr Set. vice Cross" just time to inn forward seize: his There ciuoehed In thu genii Irit peel into the seat besiile her. I oaily.. a tan without unnecessary binning -

'the K" rtl take. him () '(.lion sustained!" boomed \ hand and, kiss It. before he wanuncciemoniously I durhness across She room wcie a ""'llI'le to. Hows ?" ahkoil! I.im j I \Veeks, and weeks went by -.

ha-,.,11. ( Judge! with ponderous tardiness dragged outthrough I group of a half do/en shadowyllguics' I "I'unxaliiwyny, and l Jill point Almost two months Jimmy, sui-
hi" he Jury is instructed to disre the bmrier in the .rear. ; : west!" sung out FeriigStore.
,) the tcmaiks of the defen. I : The Kexall Store In Starke.
\PTKK NINEniitioom "You must !lie nut of your head, I Milled toiwaid only to the coming I
< \ '" counsel.\ growled the lawyer, who hail followed ( ll.UMKi. : IKS:: j All days at the \pilson .drugged of Hose's .letlersTinIP Look for I the ttexull Store Sign

was filled I It "Your Honor, and nit'i hirx' of him outside "'{Ig'ht after I by with I monotonous slowness even wa-i a new one on h.iiid whet you get the best values in
the Jury" pursued the defending o' hand towaidthe those which were enlivened by in- and be lending it fur the filth town The Mitchell [11'lIgIIIII'C.: .
\ 8 gavel gave had 'em in the palm my Hose felt herself. Nagging: I was
[ t uiigi' ,ipenlng of Jimmy's I '{'I'. "James Davis had been "Listen" answered Jimmy. "I'm wall She: filed out but the tlil-inural I bimehiill gamea.Tho lime as he sat in a l'olllO'I' of the I I Adv I I
r the had leurn-, iloiibly ,'I II.lI1l ._
He .
as a soldier sudden guards" wire -- -
contested that. A faint, hall
and bitterly the guy to decide sound Issued< in a suppiossud I IIU'HS
.halo, ,ii 'ipinion existed I In Fiance to think not of him I frightening thought struck way like the echo\ of a scream. .>n such Htteiniioni. Jininiv, six ho I j "r\i> leurtied. a /good deal. -.laveI're' The woul "tariff" IH ileiived. std

on who had followed the but of his comrades in danger. him "This is all right by me In AJI at ..lice" figuie with, I u douched ( \ (I sea l in the bleuchei stands listening< >H-eii IriiM-IIng\ wllli the rircii from the t A..ablc "fnfa" which 1 ,

I lose Sons! people. believed Jimmy 'I a civilian he held steadfastly to every' way And whoever gave the I hat detached( Itself. fiom the Its'' the yells of the spectators unifoirneO"You'rtritfilaboutIliatllirte, was! i! hat the midget. Is comical. the lit I means a modification. or Inventory 1 ,

i IIi made, a scapegoat. ; for an I ; l pnnriple 1 \ Uon the swoin tip-off. tell\ the boys to lay off!" group It sprang/; fOI wlIl'I., She: conscious of a alalwait ladI., IH l.iml.. the. xl.i-li-fiin-ul.iiit' / I - V

The lawyer looked ut him 1 1."IIII"'l'hh'lI.' : and the i liph.mtKiulle. In the Congo prayers for le- ,
.a'.T.
,,? try' .
't7'1'.PJ"bm K mill s
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tuinly. as tin aitendnnt IInc'r'I'1 4n /: '. It'sHoihik ,iM-iui-flil veuge me Haiti by dilvlng nail: i
1 II'.. sushi a ,
w' Jimmy's aim.'Undetstand, lrlenill hie, thniiiili/: i Into a wooden statue.
'" cried, Jimmy. as I lung' time ualtiug uo* bitniloing ,
he was loci off "(let that Tell em I Ito sit well, I'rid Kecpn tellingIOK .

lay off I'... I hi U lour-leaf this,, '." I.I
'Sine.:; I'll tell "em,," said the 1'1\1' chap with the badly scimod Jt,' HFAW Wt/ft Vf"? I

lawyer, with a sneer on his fact. laic I was at .Hmin.v t-lhow Witliilog,4i ';/ zr.t'J. ( f
that indicated he had radically dlfrelent ; il ilclel imn.ltloll 'he bail I Ii''V."

ultnshose "a".eI putting\ in Innth that 1 I I A dependable proscription, for Colds I

i" : was in II eml-da/.e: : when thought niighi, turn his i >impantun Chills\ ,Fever,Malnrin.and 1 nlluenza..,
,h, leached the open air outsldi H thought in a certain direction At drug stores 2fie fir fend stumps to d

( the ''iiiitioom. She completely haul months 1111.\1'1\\ "' luau, h fiouthcra Druv Co.JacksonvilleF1s. ,

W : 'r iMivous to the pioximity; of rev ue'/ ?muul'd" i t "I'i',uni, I 110' I'M i I -

4i- b tbchli1' "ml, ut, the men who had 1 been :,_ __ ''ill' likiit'' '" \

ec ? (pii'Hi-nt in Jimmy' office the il.i\" Ii I < ;:mil: to Ilk.' ,it I I It ItJ.

hi nine WIIH planned Duly when . I touched her on the I
>II, of them wit' i I vou'ie thioiighith viuiiHtiiiih
I aim did she reah/.e: she was not ",' hI the I olhei sati'iistl- .

I alone .ally He gl.uind at the Icttei
'I'm"" 1'nend, of Jimmy's,' smiled I SUM she's' it 1 K Item looked. it'

;14 \. $ I re' \ t I the pockm.ilked; chap who \ I BI i swell I I Imagine, bv I that pal oV'lUIH r Ii.n xJIy.r ( '
stood theie "An>,thing I can l\c'<|i> p IAIM l, +rj

\ "Why. u..." ,li 'I liniruy looked up sharply Heiould J'"

114 \ Rose had just time to run \ He tightened his gtlp( as sheneivuiisly s 4 t see. ;.is If Wlltti-n In 1.,1Ilk, it. ,r i.. / '

.' forward before Jimmy was : tiled to pull away. l ''" "e ] the line "I"ml Keeps telling me I'm, rA1 RIj,
unrereaououslydraggedou! "Let me chive you home.: years buiintss Jimmy | hK I'"II'h'uff'r.." +1 1d
thtriosi .r N
barrier in '
through the i There ....asa car at the cut b I with said 1ft mart"than I tan 'Sny what s holdin' you back 1l.(
tear. 4rIC I IMhi
three other members of the gang. stand. I The othei man was following; upI )

I Horn caught; sight of it, and !Olal t'hI1118 I ,I his advantage "CLiimm you used J ACKSONVILLE
w. xK ed.\ .'- I to be a soldier and with medals. FLORIDA t tGANEIt

lawevmlers.t evidence of leliabli witnesses who "'\ : but I'd rather be ,legiil.uly bark nml I ''In show bow you miild use a l'ad'Now / ANDaid'S,M.pw J.
n/ '|?\\ movinf,
( liquc' another could '
defendantdiscovered stared and this time !gave : and mo ingt-lber' \
sent When the done you th.. 4
COMFORT i
wets pic him.IinmeiHpil ENJOY SUMMER
the behiml
what
< It )t'H prosemnteii It was forth "
the car filled with weapons "Some of the boys want to talk ci-v but our' ii jliidnenn( letter. he baldly get mime puce modem, finpioot hell l In iht !sal ot downtown /
u "i power in un- bo able to prove to about Jimmy insisted the KiedHi. \in a 1 Jimmy looked up\ at the other anew Jacl>ionvill (*.'f room with" tub and +
iffilis, and some were I shall to you ob noted I the fixed I stow given him tiy c'IImlllgInlo thowtr, toh wo'!.', ">I lin* !fan, udio dead.. t
that he Is nol guiltyof it her.. I\ drew' In I i" him as slu. < calculating; light with
'i the charge as stated "I dun want to talk about It: bed ::, livM- I'> il lelief found more Inter"St his eyes. lieull,1\ himself over .<.....n .n4. ,..011., Umo, Runnlftf' I Ic*
and .reserved bearing widening its This man I and glanced around, to make auto ...itf on .v.ry t 110....
,:
her
Hone, "tit! i
i i nance victim of cli- Then came a bnmhllhdJunm\ ) u-plied' eyes ""i' f.i I ''nii\'' hi sniil yowl in sober retli't) tiun than \In thefeats ( I them' tn.I I AID ONDIltONtB +
the observing
of her" peiil"XVe'il \. : closely DINING' AND' MtiUNO iOOuSRauu..SIMI.Y111Ptint.B.eh
full extent \ ,
11 ''h latter angle. the lop uf his voice: out ni In Is' the diamond. I about that tliicc V
"Vou'ie right
"- 'M and gentlemen or thellm..d "Whiit do you mean not guilty! be glad retoit to, She take was you be. The hulking\ -.ha'Inws In thehuckgiouiid Jimmy had .lead the letter manylimes i i business" be sr r1 iii. "Jt'tllllo..ethan I Room 100 0 SO ROOM K.SOI
It uin't title!" home, was the Hhutfled fotwaid They In hm veil, ill mens, and out year What got [I J Down II00 0 14 ROOM f I.SOI
attorney \ stand .1011
'/ Jimmy's the doorit I < an '
the car,
towaul 5n..Li)000 1
in theciuil. IIIpuIle"i I Kted's stet'tis tunMtnhunts find \ I ....,10! (MM *
nit most impressive,. air, There was wild commotion which was open.Suddenly Wile cOllie ft I in the y.ud It WItH worn i.>n youi mind'?" V M M lot dovblt. OMUrmV
,hove beyond I thea t t. Voices tailed in sot posed :; her.. :aim via tcleasedA each iimymg' a mi-nnrlng leased.1. Now, with a sigh he folded \, I ('In Is'' continurdlAbrahun ) .oi d. m. 'OUNO"0'01 1. "0 5 'riMOtllTAIMN
doubt that the de- clIO 1\101'\ People lining theirnecks. tinned the coiner. tent I'm' 1 It once mine. and holding It In .. N01i1autot0> t
The defense policeman had ,_ ........,G. I
n.1 t only innocent of theJ General confusion slot and squinted "I I had u hunch you might need his hands, sat In frowning .abstraction. Lincoln was six feet ----:0.--- j
client In Ie .stopped' :
that, on the contrary, lawyer staled at his the corner of his eyes, as IfecoKnl.mg Fate' help when you got home, Tour inches tall.
;iy arrested by over-zeal- i stupefied way. torn a familiar face. explained, \ Fred. "Looks like yon hud,( your mon HItl!{ 1
: :
i he wr.s I tendering a Hose tried. in catch Jimmy's eye moment she was safe Kirse!' collected her helOn"i n/l"/ ey's worth out of that one," re 1

1 vice to the people of this bei.dilifc 1'oiwaid. with all expression For the t of nppenling to thepollcenrin Led by a giant: Negro, with muscles mal k01 the ni'iir-by convict. "Met- ta .j

i tempting to hand over to of IncixtluiuUJclicC.. He had site ihoiiiyhr, decided 1 not to. Signalling I II like young Oak trees the group[ ler (fi'l I the little lady to write you / : I
mies stolen car filledUy finally dune what hie hud prayed I taxi that was cruising marched test' into the hall to the a nice new one" GET J t
: weapons which he had, he would do he would pay the to a inside > le\atut' When they """<'Iw.i the Jimmy tinned and shot a resentful '
honestly, and then be free I ibout. she jumped ,, tin tW" gangsters were glance at him. .
t n in the peaceful pursuit penalty, 'No CIS Biennun Place the bottom v Y 1 1BENEFIT
whole a
Ultimate! profession. and clear f.irever of thin told the driver waiting h'm m their hips I I II i "Keep your noses nut nf my LASTING1

n a lung sentence, and Rtiiitlfying mess I stalled off But the bigse- 'I'h Ne s the ft tat out of I Bluff< he muttered.Take !.

had to pause for breath '1 did it and I want to say so, lan Ho that one that had been w lit. I i:I thae'V( \t II' Hi toweled. over. theWHATWHERE I I It easy," answered the \ t t '
went on. repeated Jimmy .1 t he i "f don't need to rend' nothI
1 'a 7
I I ouMn't see the paxes fionu ,
J..t t-
I wanted. ;l >::.,;.... .,( 'I
n'I" ... .... 1.. .
t oiildn.'t t, th ?" .
I" ": .
.N"; lilt" nil th> guys In atttprml FROfv1i, '; Ai '

I II.I?. ir lime think In' about th'U' '.. "
l.colll'S, out I there And I I r. 4';' ; ,

II". .v spend their time bawl RELIEF '

.ii. \I i pretty eyes out foi 111

MI,.i-d with a mocking leei, .

; ..1' ",. LABOR! !'--- ---."'
s'4.rnjf..1 taw t.
m tlmt'.t, the way you figiin! I Irr

MXSTATIONS' "i'plied Jiininy in sine heal I" .
Hi I I 'us caretul to keep the tone

OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDAi it h voice aiibilui-l and even, v Build Curbs and Gutters and Other

.- _. ESTATE H- \fUIU MK; :-:Kt liMTLKK: that i he guards would. nut be mtelfering -
-- Rf\: J. NeedsWHY c
FLL'blll1Nfi Your' Community
..t1Ci. Io.U,0 IMCBBHBHi E HI: ONI; ,: .'LF; "I pose you wonder what a. got} Improvements
i* .IMoi It rut--iB: : ..."-*. hits Pint with my kisser can know about the

Light's" Shell StationLEr A TKOKOl'fill IIOl-K: REALESTATE I .FUHV...ON1"/ 7.V:: I'lnt
CIX.VNIXO t-M'OIl pOE.I'iI. c' lly "Well, the fact Is, I ain't had! with Or
>r.uINO: :pelt I'olishinicS'.t'l curb and gutters concrete. 1
I o'knowin' sine
the pleasure any
J. L. Simmons I ONE-iFT:; ONE: tHt.Eu'.YOU drainage
il<\i< hes Jl: Cold Drink along: in July, IIII1.! He flng..r..1th. l build needed new concrete curbs, sidewalks,
Gas and Oil Plumber WANT TO.Bradford Hdw. Co. .. niaikx on hm sheiks and. fore swimming pools "b '
improvements
I park
uu,.. SRU. OR RENT I J. ::. ( :1ftidslLOnnerSEE : head. structures
INSt'RANCE LiKUOGISTSmmmmrn US- "I got a lot of nice things out of! I I and other beneficial permanent civic improvements.

I Denmark the war myself" said, Jimmy soberly : Maximum laboron the Job! Something worthwhile
WE ARE ; ,
Johns Wainwright PRESCRIPTION WILSONREALTY Furniture Co. "Mayne all of in did The other to show for the expenditure! / tI

EXPERTS F:..r( l\lnc :Sew bpringstark r.nn studied Jimmy's convict numbers *
1\IR I CO. \.W .ore i :
1NCE AGENCY
: and extended his hand in fraternization. other cities are grasping this opportunity -
Store to Hundreds of
1100 Sure
Mitchell's)) Drug Leery I1a, "
1.:1! Reliable CompaBlrsr I Buy.tA.'o "What's your beef that would base to be
<-v ot insurance UithCOMPANIES Quick Dependable !*'>e>rttrr> -____ !>-nIt Kfturfon-- "Roil! on me" replied Jimmy. to get improvements
._ "Well! well! Me too. You nail! built soon anyway. So can your city.

ItOiTUNG CAFES What You Want 1 list< }eau tried xt .I'h..rtl'"m..nt.nrET l me ought to get on pretty 1':0' <,,1."
One of the guards had noted

on INK A GOOD I'LACE TO Find them in close conversation He For complete quick information on any specific

> lorii FRIEND You Can i I in
went o'er"Take
In This Corner rrstut, .k the bu..ln.-man who a tip" Mid the guard: i ASSOCIATION

The SPOTLIGHT 'Lay off that gorilla. PORTLAND CEMENT

i Jimmy said nothing;, but went Haft Bids. AtUMt, G..
.
O THE ADS ,.
I READ huts or. !
I back to his scat,
In :Sterilized Bottler, A.. \RTMAN, Prop.
"So now we're back in the
The PaWle That Ref reebe.


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TACK FOUR races t YCLEcmAFIl. sT.\rlht-. .wnm.\ ".m.o>. SB MocietYi .

". Sunday School 1 SHE CRIED WHEN)) SHE LEFT STARKE ---- ----'OJ;

BUT NOW SHE LIKES HOLLYWOOD ALL RIGHT I NEW' IUI'EDoroth ; /,
Workers to Meet\
; FAVORITE )' "Kapp. erre.pndtittMr ,,
I: : ,$ The monthly Woiker's Council I --

of the First Baptist Church Sun i RECIPES ; Norman Wightssonville : 'r J.:}.
was
vIlIlUr.tn..
day school will meet next Wednesday / : !
uadtp
evening! at 7:13: o'clock at the Sirs J. L. Johns ,XHIi "

church fiupt. A, J. Thomas, of Peran PieMis. visitor to Starke/ >-'sway 'usiney

Sunday School Class) Notice To :MembersOf : the Bible school Is planning an Interesting ] O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine Harry Sapp of BrnJKO. '* \\Iij

Has PicnicPartyThe The Eastern Star and Instructive meetingfor sent us a recipe for pecan pie itlng here Tuesday IIftell,, 'D
I bin and Mr.
the Sunday school teachers and 1 that we know you'll be glad to L L .J"I}'
The of Mrs Bynum Per The Worthy Grand Matron of visiting In Stnrke Smuta/ wP1"
t officers It was said this week. All have. From all reports this pie t is
kins' Methodist Sunday School the Grand Chapter of Florida Order Those attending ..
th
fleets und teachers are urgently delicious and It's to make and 1\' ,
easy "ling
r 1 clans enjoyed a IIpl'nd-the-day plc- of the l Enstein Star, Mrs. Char- Miss Dorothy lawn 01
requested to remember the time of Inexpensive too ami Monla-
nlc-pnity ut Kingsley Lake Tuesday lotte B. Perry of Jacksonville, will Barr Saturday night .
the meeting and be piesent.MISSION 3 +a 'klum
i at the Peek place an guests of' make her official visit to the eggs vllle were Mr. and Mr ,; 71diews. >
-- -- --- 1 of blue label Iuro w
Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Starke Chapter of the Order of theEu"tC'rn cup syrups Mr. and Mis R An

i Boating, swimming and games Star next Tuesday at their III.I. > cup light blown sugar J,'<:ws and, Mis. M. p \ViKn/1' : !, '
)
k were enjoyed and refreshments of meeting at that time lit 8 o'clockp. Although the weather was I 1 teaspoon vanilla were relatives! of the brillM.s !,

m.A. threatening there was a fine! attendance -, 2 tablespoons butter before! melt- E. A. fltpp ..... .
marshmallows banquet will be held I at theWoman's at the Bible study Tues- t ing. Jacksonville .8.hllPPlng ,II
Club at 6 o'clock the day night. In addition to the regular : i 1 cup pecan nut meats. J. R. Thursday
Those attending were Palsy : Mott of B.-oohp,
-.4 Beat eggs add syrup, sugar, but- ?a,
same day and all members of theord..r song service there was some i business visitor L
Keen Shirley Colley, Virginia Anderson are invited attend.\ A very special numbers, chief of which I I ter and vanilla and mix well. Add here ::1\1011.1'1)( '

t i I Mea 1'1 Brown Leonard nominal charge will be made. for was several beautiful "sacred piano ,, ,pecans and pour into a picviouslyi Mis. J. A, Bennn Mil rhlldrer|],, .
Smith, Comer Perrymnn and Joe the meal. numbers by Miss Marlon Splgen i I baked pie shell. Bake slowly un- spent Wednesday In Brmk.tMr. ,

Andrews It Is expected that a number ofvery er who is music teacher in the | til well congealed.Mrs.. and Sirs Jim Than, ,)
'I pint
---.--- O. J, Giiffin. the week-end
ktl distinguished visitors will bepresent I in ftRrkc'h,,
School for the Blind at Cedar! 3ht,
,
I
Methodist\ ;M. S. with theVul'thy Gland ---, I Thomas's' mother.n., ,
Springs S. C. As the beautiful I nar"f
Has :\!t'eting'Ionday: :Million on her visit here attains of the dear old gospel LAH'TEY'{ McKinney:

The business and devotional -,--.- songs, so softly und sweetly played, 0. J. I'hlltlpx. t'urn.poade.lGrading l I Little Clara Lee :Fop; ,. w ? v alt,

I 'Iii. :. meeting of the Methodist Women'sMissionary Denmark) Family filled the assembly room one was :o.t'hool Property ing her aunt, Mrs .I I H 'l'! ,t. ,In

Society was held Monday Has ReunionThe reminded of the life and work of \Voi'kmcn began Monday morning I Brooker 'rhuls
4'f r tt at 3:30: o'clock at the church Fannie Crosby whose spiritual vi... cleaning and grading the Mrs. G. W. Sapp tl B-,,, K," loll'

4 I+ both circles meeting together reunion Denmal at the k family home of had Mr.a large and inn made possible many blessings gi'ounds recently purchased by the I I Mr and Mrs. E. A 5q., P ,. ,., \11.,
lUng M. I. .
'F" 'I :Miss Olive Ray led the devotional Mrs. T. S, Denmark Sunday, with In song which the world today en- I J county school board and will set I I day afternoon Sapp .n. '?'? 'un.
and Mrs A. Wood, president of the members of the family coming joys. Miss Spigener while here Is !it out in gross which will add much
society, presided over the business a guest of Mrs. W P. Smith andIs .r, 1 to the looks!' of this property. It i .
from all pails of the state to at ". II
l meeting. tend. A large and delicious dinner accompanied by Mrs. McLaughlin -, ,. .",;J1 is expected that young men employed Gas COllsumptiollJOll'll'
also of South .
Both circles were invited by M1'8.1 was served and a most enjoyable I Carolina.In by the NYA will do most j
honor of these visitors of : : of the woik. Gasoline consumption >u.
one Brno-
A. Z. Adkins to meet had all '
together by
day was present ,
I II
I ,. < .. < : ford County :
during
Tuesday July 6, at her Kingsley I which Included all of the family the children's songs Hosanna Chorus ',' ",' I May uua eVen
t v Lake home Misses Olive and except Mr. Denmark's brother, S. of last week was repeated with ; :;v Building Repairs| lower than In April with a total
of 92.332:
Amelia Ray will be cohostesseswith J. Denmark, of Mulberry a large group taking part. I ?at "''r':: "e ,.. Workmen have recently completed gallons hold as compared
The Boree family was again t with 03.354 gallons cold m April
Mrs. Adkins. Those present with Mr and Mrs. : > le-rooflng the home of C. R.
present and contributed one num- i i.,, rkt Whitehead with all and 102,739 gallons distributed in
; -- -' ------- Denmark were Mr. and Mrs. P. S. i ? 1"Q an metal loof March. Kerosene

t ;r Baptist W. M U. Has Denmark and family, of Starke; ber"The of Bible the music study ou "The Resur ";:i .;;" ,, ., : and O. J. Phillips has recently com- this county In May consumption rose from *hy,.
pleted the woik of
Royal) Service Program Mr. and Mrs Tate Denmark and ,* : I. placing new 716 In to
& April 7,908
-\.t, )
rections" was thought provoking : ; 1. gallons The
foundations under
; his
< residence.
$ ,, ,
family, of Starke; John S. Denmark. "'" '., total amount of
The regular business and Royal of St. Augustine; Mrs. A. L. and) furnished a splendid foundation -, .}f,.,,. ..",;._".J', ?. "l.: <"".. Florida gasoline sold In
<
for in
further > the
The Bible
Service program of the Baptist study > past month waa 21,..
1 Alvarez, of Starke; Mr, and Mrs.J. .': 't". Miss Beatrice Miner spent the
: ,
} Women's Missionary Union was L. Hood, of Lakeland; Mr. and memory work Is going forward sat "' '< '..'f...'.:;,...'": ,., week-end with friends In Jackson 941,561 gallons, with Dade i Miami)
.,
held. the isfactorily with beautiful r < '.""" County leading with
I at church Monday afternoon Mrs. D. H. Handley and son, of passages "J\i, / .' ",. .. ,'lIIe, 3.783735
at 3:30: o'clock. I being stored away to enrich the Fertilizer consumption in Bradford
Lakeland") ; Mr and 1\1"S. Roger 'egad Mis. Pcail
( henna and lives Rruoker of DeLiind was to 218
of
h' those who desire up tons in :!
May
N The meeting was culled to order Ward, of St. Augustine and S. G. igainstI
the
week-end
y was guest of her sister
to fulfill In
2nd I
fifty-eight
Timothy 2:15.: April.
j by the president Mrs. R. A. Thomas Denmark, of St. Augustine.Surprise ",. 'I
Mrs. G W.
? f and the hymn, "Come Thou Almighty .... Another evening of profit and .t"'i rfP( r Roberts .

'tr King," was sung. Mrs. \V.B Dinner Party pleasme awaits you next week. I Mr. and Mis. Clyde Austin of I' tor to Jacksonville :Mond.Mis. _

-I, Alexander conducted 'the devotional For Paul) E. CanovaMrs. I ;;' t[ Green Cove Springs were visiting T. J. Terry, Mrs J PVy.\ .
and then the Young Ma Mr. and Mrs. W. A.: Johns and here Sunday. lick, Miss\ Oleta Smith an.. Mm

tron's Circle presented the program Emma Canova entertained daughter Dorothy, Mrs. Fronnle Mixs Hilda Wyrick who Is Mary Edwmds were visiting m

under the leadership of Mrs. tinned Tuesday evening at seven- Clemmons and Miss Oleta Thomas ployed ut Alachuu spent the em-I Gainesville Monday
i
'1y thlity o'clock with fare- were of friends I end at her home here
''f B. :M. Fussell. The topic discussed a surprise guests and relatives Miss Elva Lee Reddish w sh +ip-
was "The Italian" an
:ii r" cell was assisted by :Mrs R. L. Paul F.. Canova, who has closed out through Monday While there they in Jacksonville spent the I i F, R. Carradine was insiiwst"

't t 1 Kemp, Mrs. S. E. Sparks and MissFannie business here, and will leave the enjoyed several, sightseeing trips week-end at her home here. visitor to JackHon"lI1eIon': < n\
j c first of July to engage in other and were very agreeably enteitain- :Miss Betty Briggs of Jacksonville i
Silcox. .
O. J
Phillips, local ''j)< 'ti J.+
work. ed. is visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
c i; A duet rendered I contractor has recently < impaled
was by Mrs. H.
An elegant four course dinner" VV H. Edwards here this week.
T Hall, Jr., and :Mrs. L. G. Powell the work of wiring the home a i
was served In the spacious dining NOTICEThe :\lissIal'y: Lillian Courtner of
+ ; and a reading, "Crossing tbe :Mr and Mrs Francis DvVuugrmnMr. ,
h I
room, which was lavishly decorated registration books of the Jacksonville was the week-end
"' Bar" was given by Miss Geraldine with daisies, pink cosmos and City of Starke will be open for the guest of Miss :Mary Edwards. and :Mrs. Louis! Ii Kill anu'
,
4 % Silcox. The business meeting followed -i roses registration of elector. from '-s :Mrs. W,, F. Moore and l\IlHlIlIIary Mrs. Ethel Biggs/ at King! "- Lake

# with reports by officers, Invited to be with the guest of Saturday July 10, to Monday, Au- I k *,i v f fi' Edwaids were chopping In Jacksonville Postmaster R. R. Thedi> A. A.
chairmen and auxihaiies. Griffis and W. C "'oolo'nele
t honor were: N. 9, Saturday
Wainwright, Jr., gust 1937 Inclusive.
The program and the church Billy Graham L. A. Canova, Rich- CARL JOHNS, i'i'Top i'i Mrs. Ethel Biggs of Staike was buslnes visitors to Palatka KnUa)

flowers for August will be In I ard G. Kidd, Glen Wood Charley E. Registration Officer, : visiting friends here Wednesday

charge of Circle number one, Mrs, Johns, Billy Powell and George City of Starke. afternoon. it ELECTRICALCONTRACTOR
+ ; L. G. Powell, leader. J Flynn. 0-25-31-7-9 I I1M i'r Miss Thelma Cox of Miami Is

-- -, visiting :Miss Petty Phillips this ,
; I II
.. ",.... ". week.
7, I ,, ,/ XI'EUTItUS(. .\1
i ,
Mis. F R. Caiiadlne left Wednesday -
nCREEW No. 2 Cans-Standard Pack 'I ,.. .. ., ', r REASONABLE FKKfANYUIICKE ;>
FLOUR 'If, .>> ". :f.'fl..: on an extended tour of
n /
I
.. -.. ,' .. Washington, D. C., Baltimore, Md., O. J. PHILLIPSLAUTEY
; ..
.. I
: .. und other points.
,;', .<' 2..U. TOMATOESean6c I ,, _'. JHi- .,. ., ... ., ,1i4 .' Mis. J. H. Caradine was a visl-! I. ..:. .

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; t J STORE I pictureJudy, net selfLeo I.'f I'loLine. Judy, Pete (above). iI I
BEST Golden Ripe 4 LB*. I t below) and Anna. I
'

''I! LARD 21bs 25c CASH & CARRY BANANAS 13c I Julietta Canova. who was -burn la ttr-,!'!:y! w!;h JtHy's comedy singing i

STARKE FLA. Starke and l ltt here amid! a shower and the hill-kitty acting of the ie,ti 1' SMAll

.1 :. __ of tears. when she was ten years i f the family, DOWN'
i old, Is chmblrg higher and higher Then came the call from Holly- PA
,.,
i'; PET OR CARNATION -- RIB BEEFSTEW on Broadway and In Hollywood, wood. FirM they made several fMENT

and she has many friends here who ,, short subjects, and were then giv-
MILK 3 tail cans 20c Lb. lOc follow every step In her climb with n pans. In feature pictures. Last 3 YEARS

interest. :I year they returned to New York
70
.. The Cano-va Family, of which where !'
BEST RH'ND OR T-BONE Judy appeared In "The ZlegI PA"V
Judy Is the funniest and most famous feld Follies." When this show closed ::I A "' !>oJ.
-
RICE 5 Lbs. 24c STEAK Lb. 17c member, lived about fifteen I the Canovas were signed to appear n: -.-. .....We"Ye., met offer..,
years in Siarke, but Judy was the on Paul Whiteman's Sunday .
,1Mtotn..Pace
only member. born here. The oth- night program for months andmo.dhs. ; ::...'. rt. p rR sad t >,.., ....

.: 5o PRO CHEESE, Pound ,_ 22c ers, Anna, Leo and Pete all attended I. :. rOOtIJe uaerm'he...._veoieat .et...rooor"
school here, where their particular A tecent Issue of --,, en-ioveac oQ rc'8erarw, ,
the Jacksonville
.
SALT Pkg. 3cMERITA ..
__
_ nar ..
) dal
talents
SMOKED (Anna at the piano Joutcal carried the followingnews rdri t-aad -.... r CUI'Qs'
SAUSAGE Pound 12V2eBREAD Leo with his fine tenor voice, and about -8eratora a .I_- gives aback-JbeIt bade
L.
Judy: /....
OR BElL Pete with his violin) were the hit and Jearo :," ...._ ..._..
I cI
of many a high school enteitain- |' Recently Paramount was casting ay UtBB ae Pa... }! tamer
(HICK ROAST OR
3 Loaves 25c for Jack' Benny's new picture Si'o "'
,
I ment. Up until they left Starke S l
"
4 STEAK, Pound I2l/2c A I tlBts and :Models. In the picture
Judy was looked upon as the least
Is Ben Blue
who scored such
talented of the lot she could singa F
BOLOGNA lit success! In College Holiday. The
ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc littlebut the talent for comedy, 4RrIV.QRIlIIlHART
(studio needed someone to play
SAUSAGE Lb. 12Mc 1 that has set radio audiences roar- Ben. Judy was the perfect opposite I
QUART ,PAR Iir.IJSH or ing all over the country had. yet selection.
to be disco\eied.
'I BUTTER Country Roll lb. 30c Friends here remember well the Being given an Important part !
SALAD DRESSING 20c in the
movie
day the Camas moved to Jacksonville. was a tough call for I
i ) Judy cried m haul she i' Judy. After all, it Is a large order
nt'T"IIITFXO" !SALT for
i ;
1' PEANUT BUTTER 25c BACON Lb. 18c they finally got awuy. Other members comedienne film veterans to be cast with such a
of the family didn't seem to I as Jacbenny, Hen
mind so much. Blue :Martha Raye, and the '
.. nuotxn nu.vCOFFEE Yacht Club Boys. ?' 1 I
The rise of this ram: ) vo fame

: Lb. 124c PRINCE ALBERT can l lOc has been a long hard pull and maybe But even with all thin galaxyof .
': attributed to hard work rather talent Judy ii coming throughwith _
I
i than to any so-called'"breaks." shining honors. Besides be-
I.In PKG. Soon after they left here Julietta. ing culled upon to do an eccentric
:
CIGARETTES,2for __ __ 25c Anna Pete and Leo, (now called dance with Ben, Judy also sings 1J-L1
LIMA BEANS Lb. Jc Judy Ann, Pete and Zeke for two songs in her own hill billy

stage purposes) became four of the style.
MUSTARD. t10 c original performers with radio -
GREAT NORTHERN station \VJAX when it opened In This! added to her acting role

BEANS, Pound 8c Jacksonville. puts her in almost every sequence\
BLACK ot the production. The picture 1
After winning popularity theie.

ASPIRIN Box 2c PEPPER 1/-1U. lOc the they big decided city. to They try their succeeded luck In in will A be letter released from in Christopher August., T

l>hy, publicity head of the Dun-I I
landing an act on a small time
KFIJXHKVS CORNFLAKES mount ttudfo, fIi14 .
d :\(/. I IRISH vaudeville circuit, then went on to says that w
> the "big/ time circuit, where they Gensler. producer of Artists aI

( POTATOES lOLbs. 15c Pkg. 7c attracted the attention. of Rudy for:Models her,In predicts pictures.a great future I

Vallee who give them a pot on "She has that homely quality "

{ Better AGENT FOR Quality his Thursday night programAfter I about her comedy which is liked

this appearance, they were not only In
metropolitan centers
I4 {t TRUEMAN 1 FERTILIZER CO. practically: "maJe." Stage offers I| but also in the country. I think I
poured in ond Judy became th. hit'.I Judy will go a long way la this
of "('aIIJnJ( All Star..." a mu.lcal business." FURNITURE CO.

( 3-9-3 Per Ten! $21.75.:14-7-5! : Per Ton $24.10 revue with night Phil Judy Baker.was After almlJlitI theopC'nlng Judy Dunphy.is very wrote popular Tbe Journal among that the

I mobbed by fans! in a nearby rest- j studio folks fiom the highest star

I auiant. They had been taken by I I j to the lowest prop boy STARKE, FlA.Br..cntrJrs.r .





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fh1p1\'. Jl'o.E: 25: 1931 a11t.UrOJtD (.Ol..r::.. TLLEGR.t1'H. sr.\fthE. "LOIUU.\ "'.4tC FI\IS t w
r,

-- Senator C. E. Johns and :- Mr. and-Mrs Paul 1 E. Canova and I| Mr. and Mrs Marcus Brown and I r' Flip Struth arrived from-Chatta-1 Teeth are completely formed In wl

i I Wainwright, Jr.. were N'I'I children and their! guest Mrs. n.I' children! spent. the past weekendIn I hoochee Tuesday! to spend t the! day the gums at the time of s child's "r

: itors to Jacksonville Friday. F. Flowers! of Ocala, spent Sunday { Tampa. Mr. Brown was thereon with his patents, Mr and Mrs W birth. ,r a

Bits of --,'V-.-- In Jacksonville with relatives i I business matters amt, while I i II. Slruth, He left Wednesday for ---.-- '
Mi. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. and II I there they visited Mrs. 'own'sl, ( louisville Ky. where he IH employ. Flint-tipped arrowheads more
1a daughter Jean, are enjoying a Leila's Beauty Salon will be j mother Mis. J. J. Flt/geiHl!. ed. than 3O.OOO years old have been ? ,,

week's stay at Clearwater Beach closed in observance of the Fourth I 1 .__ u_ uncovered by archaeologistsCU..PD
-- --- -
, Local Nev s -- -- -. of July' 'on Monday July: :5 us the | C J. Hollin.s and Harry Smith ofYIItIoo.l. Mr and Mis .1.I J. Rlgdtm had! as

E. M. Davis returned Tuesday Fourth, falls: on Sunday, i \ were guests Tuesday of | dinner guests Sunday Ml and! %

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND from a business. trip to Detroit 1 =,-- :Miss Voiula' Inman. The young I Mrs.\ Charley Hurst and! daughter,
Mich. Walter Savage who was are- men were en route to Savannah Ga. Vera Lee Dukes and I Virgil! Dukes,
PROGRESS:: OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I -_-?___ Bent guest at the ,home of Mr. and I. to piiitlrlpate In a baseball game I all of .lacksonville. and Mr. and COLUMN
u ,
:, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley: were I II Mrs, O. W, White, left Monday for theio Mt a. RIIY Raulerson of Brookcr. _
business visitors to Jacksonville I Fort Myers.whei-e. he Is employed. I --- -. --- and! J. E. Roberts of Lawtl'Y. WANTKD.: Man with car to takeover
.I Friday II | I :Miss\ Patsy Ruth Walnwiight, I I profitable) Rawlelgh Route,

L-- was a visitor to Mrs Walter Baker of Folcy Is Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benson who small. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mis L. A. Hennolds. visited Established customers.' Must be s
Kickliter I t
I of
11i j F Sunday. I the guest of her mother Mrs. R. S. I Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mrs. are attending Mummer school In I I Dill Wainwilght{ of Tallnhimsee. Is'': St. Augustine and! Jacksonville satisfied with eatnlngs $30 u
I week to start. Write Rawleigh's,
Fulatka Fernandez this week. Smith. Crews were visitors to Jacksonville Gainesville, were visitors here Monday spending some time here as the '!i Brach Sunday. They also. spent
I FAF-223-101Z, Memphis, Tenn., or
st of her grandparents Mr. and }
Saturday aftei noon. i ii gUt I Tuesday in Jacksonville Mr Ren- '
of Brooker. wassttendmg Zachnrlas Lake Butler
A. D. ,
see
A B suriency _ I Mrs N. p. Wainwright, Sr riolds returned to Richmond. Va. ''C.
to business here Monday i Col. D. E. Knight spent TuesdayIn I Flu. 5-2S-4tp ,,
r I G. W. Alderman of Tallahassee Miss Wednesday+ antI was accompaniedas
Hamilton of Tampa
b I Trenton on professional business. i Dorothy I .. .
..-D.-E.-Knight spent I | spent the weekend here with his Is the guest of her uncle and :I O. C. Register, COJ'mt'r'I'A I'' far as Jacksonville, by; his wife FOR--RENT-Fuinisheil-- -!-cottage-- on-

Col and i in Mrs.Jacksonville. : - .-- family aunt the Kev. and Mrs. W. A. j jI winks director of Brudfoid antiUnion Kingsley Lake well screened, ;a e

Thursday! Postmaster and XTrs. Fred F. I I Fishier.t1 I If Counties Is spending sonictime Mis Kiiy Gill hud the iollowlng \\ithscreeneil-lnpoich. Mrs. N I>. 6p
H. ; Stump were in Jacksonville last Mrs. L. :M Hcmlersun and chlldten I here visiting rl'lf'n.ls. Mr. guests dining the week Mr. and Wainwright Phone 102. Stnike, 1
t V. Knight vis- I
Cm and Mrs. Thursday.Miss of Jasper were guests last''II 1 f t s. B. F Flowers;: ', who has: been Register Is now employed In MfI Mis I K T. IinvlHlling/ lust weekend Flu It
le' Wednesday in Jacksonville.Idrtdge I week of Mr und :Mrs. A. H. Johns visiting her son-in-law and diiugh-I I Rae Ga. and MIR King: remains for a --- .-
--- u ... 1 j ter Mr. and Mrs Paul{ K. Canova I -- --- week :Mrs. W I K.i: WIldiM' and clul- FOB SALK or THAUB' One .Irnlt
:, ( Robinson wns a visitor I Tlney Ross of Dunnellon Is 1 Mr and Mt a.V.. H. Gibson mend I i left Monday for her home in Mr, and Mis, F. \\'. Vai'nadoe the week here with her I Ot'"II\.1 l lV.
'
spending "I will sell trud
: where 01
Tuesday.MI Savannah, In. nilived! Wednesdayloi any
y, ptarke friend Miss LuncH Stokes 1 baby and Mrs\ Mary Dover loft last i I home Saturday after spending a 9
cattle See (5 R Russell g1
fur
week for Clcnrwater. \ A. Stem attended the Motorola wetk's stay with Mrs' Varnailoe's week us guest.i: of :Mrs Gill. range
Leo D. Keller, and -------- -- I' ,\ WP Staike. Fl... III'|
{, and 1 Mrs. I _.___ __ Radio meeting Tuesday, of last |I parents, Mr and Mrs .- -- ---
,K.D uo Jr. spent Sunday In Jacksonville Roy A. Benjamin of Jacksonville i| Mrs. Smith Crews and Mrs A. week In Jacksonville ut the Gcotge Smith Mrs II C Fuieluind and I il.nighter .
business visitor here Mon-
was a |1Y.. Amletsonverc1 shopping In Washington Hoi el. Margaret of Albany fin: Mrs. Sufferers ofSTOMACH
day. 'I ders
Jacksonville Thursday. i I \VV.. Ivey Senior Supervisor of T. II Sludi itml son Thomas Slade. ULCERS
Mi{ and Mis. S. E Ritch and - I I Mat and Mrs. W W. Underhill I he "'(11 kit Progress Ailministm-! .If' Huxley. Oa.. will arrive hate today I
title on, of the State Farm were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy were Mr and toIl'S.Y.. A Stein and': and children of St Petersburg weie :]i I thin, was n professional visitor to 1,10'1 hillY I and will be I the guestsof .* HYPERACIDITY

i f.wtors: here Monday afternoon. visiting; Mrs. T. A. Steele In : daughter Miss Louise, were visitIng ; house guests of :Mi and Mrs. A. IIi ..I I I Strike Tuesday Mr. Ivey 'l.'i IIH-III- }Ir. and Mis! I' I' CuipenterOn '
Gainesville Monday. ': relatives in Gainesville Sunday. :({i Johns dining the past week. i I IDr ed with office In Green Cove Sojutdiiy Mr. und :Mis C'aipentor DEFINITE RELIEF OR E'

C E Andrews, of New River, + I II I Springs and I tlieir guests will go to MONEY BACK
attending to business here Sat- Sheriff J. R, McCloud of Hills- II H. A. Bishop;; and family have --- -- I II ----- l Kingsley: Lake for a sevetnl weeks
1 war afternoon. borough County was In Staike moved to their cottage on Kingsley! i iI I and Mrs C. C. Mendo/a, of I Mss" Evelyn: Stump Is spending' I stay and will be locattd al the .Hill \"IILAROTRF.o\T\I1tNTbM timuvht, prtimiit. ilvAntt relief: la
urday I I II II Jacksonville, were the guests Sun I II I th..ntl.oea. of ._M and
the week-end
Monday.Mrs. I Luke for the summer with Miss: FiancesLlnK'e cottage. .. .....
I Ott.Mnal U...... due l N|_
I day of Mrs. Mendo<:a's Mr.\ : I .. .. .,
Jackie patents In Biooksville and will attend -- -- rte, unit at her form.of .M "i" 'li In-
Mis! John H. Gill and son I i I .. ON ,
i of Richmond Va.. arrived Robert Mills and children Mr. and Mrs.: H. A. Bishop and i iI and :Mrs T. J. Giiffm. the wedding Sunday of Miss Judge and Mrs. A /. Adkins It I.r DAYS d"" Tal a Perna At. Fur.rid/mnil.SOLD..h>i. UlfmntBtlnn -
ue children, Harriet anti Nina -- ---- I Vliglulii Shultz, to be solemnized had as their at rrwl "WIll... M.n
guests Sunday
of Green spent
with Mrs. Guile Cove Springs are guests I .
visit
Monday for a I ...0(....." cart ear It- (r*. .as
Mr and Mrs J. M. Alvarez. of her mother, Mrs. E. M. Thomas, i I Monday in Jacksonville Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Vandlvlere'Iat InvemesH. Kingsley: Lake, Mr and Mia. L. L.
parents. this week. and son, Pltner, of Uiiah, Ala. were I II Roane and two childten Mrs John
:Mrs. Clennie Hickok. county visiting Mis. Viindivleies mother, 'I Miss| Isabel Fernandez of Havana I.ovl'sYllkt'.., Miss Catharine BKOU'>'H l'U.Unl \C'VStJirke 1,
.. .. .. ... .... .. i I I
.
_
.. .- .- .- ..------ ----- I Mrs.G.V..
(0- - -- ----- ------- - health nurse, visited! in Jacksonville Alderman, Sunday <(
'I \ Monday. i ------ .spend the.. summer with her mother, and Mrs. 1. C Adkins
i YOUR CAR I 1 ---.- I. Mr. and Mrs II. II. Boree: of I'I Mrs. K. S. Fernandez, Miss Fer- I and lion, Jimmy Adkins Mrs.! O. A.
| Misses Hope and Georgia Katherine i Jacksonville were guests Sunday nnndex Is H teacher In a private Wallace, and sons, all of Gainesi .
: I I, Haynes, and Sum Alvarez I of Mis Boiee's pllll'ntlt.fr.: and I I school) In Havana ;i ville and Misses Mary Jean and

GREASEDABSOLUTELY I I were visitors' to Ocala Sunday. 1: !Mrs. G. H. Bennett. ------- I Lou Edwards of Law ley mend Itchy I \I( : F'ORUi11SA...F: r r1 r
-- -- I Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion Hriggs of Jacksonville M I'R i viiON. i m'<;<;v,
I I I Mis. Glen Wood has relumed :Miss Kl.oda; Zelgler) : an employeeof I will meet Friday( afternoon Hone and ihildien remained. for I \IIIII.K:, .\:'SD II \fC\ts.: >>
I I from u visit In Savannah, G.I. withI I the 'local WPA works depmt- at 3:30: with Mis F. A.. Soot.I. Honoring fi week's visit with Judge' and, Mrs.' Priced Right '
t I her aunt :Mis. K K. Gnhagan.I HII out-of-town member Mrs Adkins.
sent was a week-end visitor of
II -- 'r5. C Cat nell of Oimnnd, 11 socialpcnod \ See Pate Gassett
I her parents Mr. and Mrs J. J.
I I. :MrsV. L. Andrews and 10Ir s. P. i Zeigler at Theiessa was added, to the meeting/: Emmy university In Atlanta telecently \'r
FREEIf R Denmark were in Waldo'rues- of last.. week begnn Its JOOIh( year GASSETT'SHDW.
day. guests;: of lends.. I ---- .
Sirs: Fled New hem of ( j
i Ocala STORE
A. Z. Adkins Jr. entctmined I .
----- -- u | It/illun immigration" to Amer lea
I Mr. and :Mis D. I'. Catjienter I I land Mis C. D. Addison, of Lake I I I number of his friends lit the Ad- i d.'dined' from 27 1.77S persons In ...... \IOU:, 1 1ICI

( have returned after spending :Monday butler were guests this week of I kins'' summer cottage at K ingulf' y I 1U3 to 1.1i)5; in \\11:15.: 'F1ftOiItt.-- t tI
I You Will Let Us Drain and Refill Your'Io I I I and Tuesday In Orlando | their slater All R. Thomas C. I'hns- i Lake Friday night the occasion I I
tam.I I
SERVICE Motor I being his sixteenth bnthiliiy annlersmy ft"e
o Crankcase with CITIES I
Mrs J. C Robinson and daughter : ----- I \ I e
Oil of the Correct Summer Grade for Your I Vela Claire, of Apopku. met Mr and Mrs. T C. Chastain had! I -------__h___ SPECIAL PRICES FOR

guests this week "f ,Ir. and Mis.D I as guests last week-end his brother I, Mrs P. M. i'aiefi/nt: and Make of Car. t
I P. Cal pcnter.Mr and family, 1Jr'lnoJ Mis. H. MChastain i hers Jiuinila. and Sara, Mrs. L. J. 'I FRIDAY and SATURDAYJUNE

Gas CITIES SERVICE Oils [ and son. Harvard', of New I CJii'i-n and little daughter:; Judy I
I and! Mis. Roscoe McL.ii.ne. Smyt'na. ,vi, wrip guests of Mr. and Mis R T
Expert I land' son, Roscoe, Jr., are guests of I o t :Jo.steeii In Ptooker Sunday nfter- 25TH. and 26TH.

c Washing Greasing Polishing j I: Mr. and Mrs Joe Wilson at their / Mls1l1'S Nellie i'unningham and harm
.
Lake home. Esther
Kingsley summer Sll'allgof Sanford, ate - -- -'-
spending this week at Kingsley) Mi and! Mrs. St poet Hendy ofCumehUllo
: 13-28] SERVICE STATION'! Miss Leila Dea Andrews of Ocala Lake, the guest of their uncle J. : spent the wuek-end 24 Pet DAIRY FEED $2.40 {

spent the week-end here as guestof I F 1 tickhter. with Mis. Mister and broth-
,I
t U TOKUrEU, Proprietor her patents, Mr. and, Mrs J. W. er-in-law.: a.

._----_._-_._._-_._.__._._... Andrews. Jr. 1' Mrs A c.Our: returned Hayes, at the I 1111)'en. cottage ut Horse and Mule {
_..: I
Monday' to her home In Tampa following Kingsley Lake
NAT SEZ: I Mr. und Mrs.\ Chat ley Colley, and :, a week's visit. here with -- -.- -- :
Mrs. C. C. Colley, of Jacksonville' .her daughter and son-in-law. Mr :Mis C. II. Nnsworthy Mrs 10-:. SWEET FEED $2.00

Late of folks hate rt mi..t...Uen I were guests this week of Mr. and 'lund Mis. O. L. Beat-ley. W. Hayes, Miss Lillle{ McRae, Miss
Mis. J. F. Colley Ella, Sasses and Miss Ruth .inhnattended ++' t
Idea, that when you buy nationallymltertlwil -- -y I Mrs K Z r:' I''In-.1 MisIL. I sun the Eastern Star I Ulll IKCLIPPED '

good you pay sit much I Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and son, I F. Smith entertained! their Sunday meeting In Waldo Thursday night OATS $2.35

a" for the adxertlsliig and the balancefor I Billy were guests Sunday of Mr. School classes with a picnic of last week.
and Mrs. J. S. B.iisden of Lake I and swim at Kingsley Luke Tuesday ----- -
-- -
Thin IH not the t-a-
the
goods.
City. I atteinuno, at I the Peek place. Miss Virginia Alvarez lift Thursday -
f The COM of juUertl-Ing Is deducted -- .--- I I I for a visit in Jacksonville and LAYING MASH $2.75 '

from the profit just. the name as Lltle' Miss" Mary Beth Knight ||I Mis. George Inman left Monday Jacksonville B'uch.Vhlle there
spent the weekend at Kingsley i i of last week to be with her grandmother she will be guest of her uncle and W '
incurred. In running -
any other e\p4-nH Lake the guest of Miss Beverly I I IPa )I I Mrs B. Fryer, In Moul- aunt. Mr. and! Mis. 1. J. Reddish .
hushnetw. *... W'.. wll advertbrand !*- ,I i Iks. tile, Ga. Mrs Fryer is severely and friend, Miss Shirley Murray. DRIED BUTTER MILK f

.d heeau'.e we know that I i I'I 'tII. -. .-- GARDEN and FIELD SEED '
ahSWlnde I )Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. and
Miss H..n l has returned --- -----
ffw het.
they srr 1 from a week's visit In Jacksonville I i I Mr. and Mrs George C. White daughter and' son-ln-luw, Mr und I BIRD SEEDSUNFLOWER

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Frances, of Tallahassee :Mrs I.. F. Dlnkins were visitingMr. SEED
Anvil Wainwright. I I{: arrived Wednesday for a and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright in ?

FtERE"S.ABIGVALUE __ _. ____ I II several! days' visit with Mrs. G. W. Jacksonville Sunday.
Miss Patty Wimberly of Nichols, I|I AMei'man and Mrs. J. W. White. Poultry Equipment and Remedies P
I is spending the week here with her ,I Ir 1- Mr. and :Mrs C. Miles Ray and
!IN .. 11 uncle and aunt Mr and Mis. N. T. Mrs T. J. Griffin Miss Gloria little son, Niles, Jr., of New York
r Green : Johns and Miss Phyllis Stewart City and the Rev and Mrs Laurie HENS & FRYERS

r --- -- --- the latter two of Jacksonville G. Ray of Jacksonville, were
/ it err Mi ano Mrs. Asa Johns of spent Tuesday! In Gainesville with' guestsVednesdny: of Mrs J. W !

WORK SHOES ,frostproof ale guests of 1\11'.1 Mrs. A. F. PUtlt. White__. SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO.
i I I
Johns' aunt. Mis. L. A. Hennolds.Mr .
I I I Mrs. T. J. :McLaughlin and Miss I Miss Kate R--u; h'E'tln-1; home ;I

Solid and :Mis Joseph K. Thomas Station Stlgeiier of St. Mathew, S. Monday follow Ing! a visit in Jacksonville _- H--.
All Leather Construction...
I and little daughter of High I JC.. arrived Sunday for an extended with her sister and brother- I 4
tons Wearing Composition Soles Springs, me moving hack to Starke ( visit with Mr: and Mrs" W. Pi I in-law. Mr! and Mrs \\'. 1.. Edwards I- i

i this week i Smith. .

Soft Tough Uppers Easy I -- -- --- --- I -
:Mrs. :Montrieth Stilley of Jacksonville j Mr. and Mrs. C. F Ward, Mr. I Miss Grace Dew was the winner .
Fitting Last. tpent Sunday afternoon and Mrs. John Ufclow and their Iof an art contest given by the Fed-

here with her mother-in-law, Mrs I guest, Mrs L. E Deudon of Elgin, ''cinl Art Schools) Inc.che is tak-I i BANANAS
Letle Stllley) III., were visitors to Jacksonville ling vocational' and Illustrating !I
| Wednesday course.

Mrs. A. G. Ludwig\ of Gainesville i 1--i _. I ---- -- I % 4
$1.98 Is tpendingthe' week at 1I I Mr. and Mrs W A. Vernean and Mr ami Mrs Richard! Williamson I

j Kingbley' Lake with her parents, I children of Alexandiia La., and and Melvin\ Williamson\ from !'
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland. Miss Kathryn Weest of Vero New York who were visiting :Mia
I Bench were visiting: Mr and Mrs E. Williamson/ :Mrs! Mike Dew and I .
I I ;;;d-irs D. W. Moore last Wednesday children returned to their home In
accompanied j New York Thursday.

The Biggest Dollars I! H. B. Kerce of Lake Butler were I II }Ir. and Mrs A.Y.. Redgraveleft -----.- ... 1

I visitors to Jacksonville Slit IIttll1y.1 Monday for Petersburg Va., !of"' J. G. Franco who flew by

Worth of Shoes I to attend the wedding of Mrs. Red plane trrm'f'n" lIela March 31,
I Mr end :Mrs.! S. f;. Klcmore of grave's sister Miss Mamie Edwards was In !St. Luke's Hospital a

You Ever Jacksonville were the weekend there Saturday month. She Is getting along nicely
Bought I
I guest of Mr and Mrs R. C. Bu- I -- and is spending the summer with
ford. (I Joseph W Edwards, Jr. was the Mrs. Mike Dew. 10 Ibs. 25cTIP

---- .- I guest, along with a party of other
Earnest Phillips, Theodore I I friends from Brunswick and Way- Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter.
PEtE Young, Don Stllcy and Bill cross, Gu., of :Miss Inez Osier, of I Fr..drlka, of Jacksonville spent j

I Ian spent Sunday ICMII-I Nahuntii, Ga.. who gave a house- I Monday through Thursday herewith I
Jackkstnville.Mr patty on St. Simon's Inland duringthe her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nab I past week-end. I II Struth. \.1 .

and Mrs. J. P. Warren and --- r.-
baby spent the week-end as guestsof .1.Y.. Zelgler son of :Mr and i William Howard :Moore, son i>'
I Mr*. Warren's parents Mr. and Mrs J. J. Zvigler of Theressa and I Mr. and Mrs D. W Mooie: who recently

Mrs. C. C Smith. In Tallahassee. an employee of the Pan-American graduated from the University TOP GROCERY
..&- Airways, located for the past several of Florida a Bachelor/ of Science
ATSTERNBERG'S
IT PATS TO BUY
Senator: and Mis. C. E. John years on the Gaum Island has in Agriculture, will leave next .
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sT.\UK. .",0"."'
and son, Jerome spent Sunday in returned to the States and is recovering Tuesday for Belle Glade, where he
Gainesville with Senator Johns' alter a hip operation In a has accepted a position with the

mother ),Ire. A. M. PetUt. San Francisco, C JJf! ., hospital. I Everglade Experiment Station.


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I FARM SHORTS i A. J rltrttl" ,
J.'C' J. (SEAL)

::1 [ llrl.f form Itenii about lourplahluIniC LIVE STATE NEWSNews \ -46t72iv
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:: FARMERS SECTION \ : ( omilleN.MKKKT HlttOFOIII. 101 ir\V I ''I', I'

U'. 1'01. 1111.111: nlllliii.
' '. r J of Florida in Short Paragraphs ISAAC I'. CAHI.10N:.
: !; : Conducted by Demonstration A cents fumplalnaiHVH '
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.i| I.' t'' i'I. urnn I\KVA r., RLT":<, I.'
I
I. COCOA To establish a marketing Defendant

'jJi.'j' d system and I to promote poultry r. -- -..:.- OH III:II OK IM IIt.I't'I: l('
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4.. > 1111O'I'11'O
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production in thin section are the tl'Ptllt:
I'.MON !SCHOOLS TO OPEN I'UISOSEUSIL iTllr-J SITXTI OK ruunn>
primary alms of the recently-or
I 'ro Kffle lleneva (: "Ii..
,i Hints To Housewire RURAL ganized Bicvuid County Poultry I LAKE BUTLER-: .Union County TALLAHASSEE Harry Sita- addreHH! In unknown: ?

11 Association, according to CountyAgent public schools will open for the It la. hereby 01..1.'h .
more and Al House two of Florida rugnh. ...: to npiiein' .
I th
on
COMMON SENSE Thomas L. Cain Jr. I 1937-38 term on July 28. it was announced 'a best known long-termere, failed July, A. r>. 1117: .hefoi.,. "n '
Weekly from Home Ucroonstra. this week by Superintendent I'litlili-il "'0111'1 to thu Mil -
:\ to gain consideration of their >'''11| 1 h,, ,
..JOHNSONIMIMIOAKMENT .rntli.-Illrxna.Nlsitu?
m =h thin Spt'C'laJl"1AI TaIuttui- By SPUDS I CoU.\s-.tS: I T. S. Thomas.METHODISTS : that '
I ; cases by the State Pardon Board 'h. ,.
foul "
fniiniv
a -- THliHiui.h' ,. :
need ,
PANAMA CITYNatural
9: ; filed without action a loHlKnati "n I the duly "4ueuKpnper
ordered
It!
: TO LAKELANU
3 ff|-)\IE KEFHIfiKKTION OF : OF ..\101 i ing" of v*!\AP Y, Dallia, and Balila, ; In 'hl'h d.. ', ,i'i1'
; I ST. PETERSBURG-- I Is clemency plea for House, serving shall I bit pnbllHhefl ., .
Hop
E( GS'h..n -KOPS IS IMPORTANT : : om ,
!r :\It'rIII.K: .\ND glasses on several Bay County pas- four <,4innecutlwetki.\ r
OF !VC1KVTISTS '| Sam Hay said before leaving St. fifty-year sentences for rubbery, ,
bllt \\OKK tures are growing fine and have \VltneHn my hand an, ,I ? .
the 1938 annual Flor- burglary grand larceny and receiving I'liurt at Starke '
Petersburg l-'I"I'hll, .
1 :1 \" meats come from the market attracted considerable attention .,
: 8th day of June A. -
ida Conference of the Methodist stolen goods In Hillsbor- U i laOFFIiAL :
i remove the wrapping paper. Kloiida agriculture Is peculiar from cattlemen and dairymen acv i ( SPAM
: / Church South will be ough County. A J. T1IOMA:
wipe the meat with a damp cloth lo Itself. conling to a ,lepoit from County Episcopal ,
soil conditions natural held at Southern College Lakeland -- -- A" Clerk of ('it. "i tit"
and and -
Climate
!Y remove gristle or skin peerJa Agent John G Hentz, Jr for Hiadfoid' romnn ." ,
of and animals I ('('' ''.\IU.K' NEGI.1(1EN'EJACKSONVILLE
$ pare for cooking place on a plate enemies plants K PEnilY.M\N:
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4 .
I Jj and cover loosely ylth waxed paper and other factors differ from \ t;( El'tllLKS A coroner's Solicitor for ('OI11 plaini. ",
aid of other slates and therefore IILFKH T\GS a U-11-41-7-J
$ Placing meal In a tightly those PUNTA G O K D A Char lottle l lCounty's jury filed a report saying tenyearold --. ---
t toveitd, clish Is not jetomnipmledas it Is necestuiy for farmers to vegetable season this '. TALLAHASSEE The Motor Virginia Mae Peak of Jacksonville ...'.:, \I. MtvllltH: Mil |'| I "f.
Vehicle Department said half-year 'H" \I..:
cultural methodsand
this moist condition la conducive have different 9 because of "cul- \iitli'e IK .. ,
year, on the whole has been quite I died June h'Meby irltian -
different of combatting automobile license tags would go "l III n..ul..IIIII....
to mold and bacterial growth. ways withp}"
l successful Because of climatic ; pable negligence on the part of herpal'I'ntll. Until, I dei. .I.ee of fmic.!lo.. .
Neither is placing meat in an open natural enemies of their crops and, on sale July 1 by all county tax col- ulelldcifil '
4 conditions, the quality of the produce 1 : Mr and Mrs Leonard O hy Hnn A Z \l,
lectora Price of the will be .
dish advised, since dry surroundings livestock.. tagshalf liulK" of the I'lnult 1 / i t',.ii.u, .
t' I was not as high as it has Peak. The child playing with a r.nii" I roiintv rIm,'Ida,. ,. .
tend to dry the meat so that But it Is necessary for Florida tn, of the year price except that I n '
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been in past years, hut prices were | fell In that leitaln iailH I e 1 PMIM,1!) .
her into
ball in aunt's
yard, awash
Y f 0 !l a crust is formel over the exposed cull on other states and countries j no tag for an automobile will sell iouit wherein The Fed
very favorable County Agent N. for less tub of boiling water Testimony (Malik nf I'ftliiinlila I Iv .
? r surface Cooked meats,, which do for new varieties and breeds at t than $300 the department *, ph {
H McQueen reports. j Vrthur U I < ie\\H and hi-, \iI'lewn ,
t sti :' not spoil so readily as uncooked time to continue advancement of I I I : i i ij said given by many, witnesses at IIIH defendant. !*. .."
I j .. the I IIIMU. .i Hltfned 1<'01"I.| ] fHHld .
I the showed
-
1 be in a covered Its agriculture. Inquest Thursday a
meats may placed {'vuvr.tL.181.1 j I I ) decree appointed. w,I
l''K container" or wrapped In waxed pa- This Is where the agricultural ,t I DROP 17 \lI'I.O\'I'S: doctor was not called for twenty- the hlithexi bidder. for "n ,I t', .t

l' j>tr. Fish should be placed In a scientist comes In. A plant strain BROOKSV1LLE -. Six hundiedj I|'I TALLAHASSEE The Stale foul' hours after the accident. The "r"f,id the t'aiOt5 South front loiiithoux door rf n) ,,.ai( .

'" covered. container to prevent the that flourishes In another' sectionof and twenty-five acres of farms and Motor Vehicle Department dropped little girl died a few hours lifter. Klurld, hiring the JeffiilHale H:

4al giving off of odors Do not buy the county might not do as well gloves were planted to crotalarla i seventeen employees from Its pay- the doctor's visit the follow on Monday hug I deKII July.Ibed alb ,\ I

t:4: ; meats or fish too far in advance of here because It might havt more last month according to County ion B F. Smith chief clerk said lisle In Hiadfoid' fountv pi I.1 1 ,,
t the be used I Agent B B.: Law.ton. A total of I the reduction was made because of wit:
time they are to as natural l enemies that !it had in its ( !SHOP FOKEMVV: KILLED W''
:5,200 pounds of seed was used in the t of SIC'i anil :\n-4 "
summer season slack in sale of
i they deteriorate quickly original habitat and It might not I I ..t Sec II Tw1\ south '
the plantings. automobile licenses. Those dismissed GAINESVILLE-. F Brown, I lit.t. Ofiuliilnliiic 12" amr ,'.
d Milk and other liquids must be be as hardy us plants which have ,
-- I I not to be 50 foreman of the I lent. toirethtr. with "I
are with others Tampa shop
i, r stored in closed containers If been growing In Florida for many j replaced nientM, hei edltanientind)
I'Ol'LTKVWEST Smith saidPOST state road department equipment tena .
r I nt eMA
milk Is stored. In the milk bottles in yell rs. Varying soil I conditions O. ,\:\;DnEUA
which it Is water might also have a large bearing on PALM BEACH One I .+- --- division located here was instantly .. ,
purchased run I :-:pe<'lal :Miiftei, I IKMl.HT h,
( over the bottle to wash away the the matter. So. the agricultural Palm Beach County 4-H club boy .XL EMPLOYEE: (.I'l LT'S" killed when it light sedan he was : ; *' KNI""TAII""n..ya

r ,f p ;1; dust which may have Hellled on it scientist goes to work with the Imported -I made a profit of $135.10 on hispoultry I I TAMPA- Federal Judge Alexander driving and an ice truck crashed 6-1H-3.7.2 for Plaintiff

v during delivery, and wipe the bottle plant obneivlng its behavior project this year accordingto Akerman suspended a three- seven miles out of Oainesvllle, on -

i ,f dry before placing It in the refrigerator its strong points and its County Agent M U Mounts. year sentence Imposed on James the Lake City Highway Brown lrniriir. ('Ol'rrr. Fltll i I11.11.i
tll'r''' 4 Butter should always 'weaknesses. 1'1'1 hllPIl. in time the The boy has a flock of seventy ,I O Carlton Plant City postal employee. received internal Injuries a broken mi 1lvn 111 11'1"1 F 1 o ir it 011'1 mi \ 'leans''"111.

J r ,0 be: placed in a covered dish due to I new strain will develop n lesistanco I birds. 1 who pleaded guilty to embezzling arm and a crushed head G fill:t
i the fact that it readily absorbs all I ti> its natural enemies here $3,162 from postal sayings Karnell of Gainesville, ulso: an n'j UP r'OMMMIA,

J f odors. 'and become adapted to soil, condition I Mill. i j' funds Restitution was made ployee of the state road department -VII':11 rialntiffr.r

Cheese should be placed in a covered *. If not the scientist endeavors I KT MYERS Lee County I I fur the missing funds Carlton and! tiding with Brown at I J ',:":-: ,: A I'R"'O-: : t a

i 6 dish or wrapped tightly in i to cross the imported strain I truck growers are rapidly learning 1 I who would have been eligible for a the time I received only minor Injuries AL efcnilant.

waxed paper to prevent drying out I with the strain already growing In thee value of soil-building, crops, lifetime pension! in two years was in the crash termed' one of ;IORTII111': F'ORErL'
i nd the giving off of nilots. the! state hoping to develop, a va County Agent C P Hetick reports placed on probation Alachua worst ('AT vo r4OHItFII

,,1 Eggs do not lose moisture read- riety having the productive qualities Several hundred acres of sesbania i i County's .- -- .1\11 :\,111'I.t'it OF PI'III,.irt\I"t.: l lot.

ly, nor abhoib odors easily m> they of tell imported plant und the cowpeas, and velvet beans have i ihe ( ", IN < IIi I It H-|.pi iii ii < ot ii .
I r. rlc11'rll .51'lilt .
"f *.iil the slime
> wh"1I1 would
.i >r "eon upon Ptylpcl (can* ih.
may be stored; In open containers,' h.uldy characteristics of the Florida ('n planted by growers during the I I M, 11111 |'|' OF 'I' II K Mm. ] ih "alii J>efendnntIP moots tt defendant :Mull.In .
i or the cardboard containers in pliint This has been done often !post, few weeks : -1'\1.Kilt : OP II."1111)1'' \ \ \ ll i-. riiEKKFonE. ORDERED: unknown and that tI)
which and faimeis of 1I"'I"OIlU' < OI Mil IV that .the Haifl\ Pifendalit, Atn nntim portion In the state of F''
they are frequently' purchased the state have I II M Elt: \ .
I IT IN Fnrl, linff-niAi| ','I I. be and. hi) IH hereby fee c f Mibpnena Ul'onV t
I t\I> FOR .
/ Iwotlted. .F'.\ lilt efF'OI11) hln,1hln'.l1l1l1lhntl1e'
( .lLl'o ..
| I in'\'r\', IN /nVt f H\'. required to appear 1CIh. bill of I I"llpllllllt ..
All foods which readily absorb The same condition applies t I AT.II'I"VS: :: !: filed! 111 tllti Said! Calll, ; nf tlvotty-ont years,
{ BON I PAY Little' roe Vaia I i CLINIIENPEET.. wherein the Plaintiff e.ekk.. to obtain : IT I 11 RDI.Uri: tho'." ,
I
s l t odors give off odors or lose mois- livestock. Native Florida cattle Holmes County 4-H club boy whose I vsAI'Ot'STta Plaintiff a divorce, rn or before .ludersn, k.t and t I" h*
y : I 'he .th tIny t of .1111)'. A. D. : to appear nn Tulv a. H'
Lure hardened I '
should be store in tuveiedontaineis to the task of
rustling fit calf won first place at the FlorIda t | i IMIir, CI.ISar-PEEI: ",'wl... llu allcirnlioiiH "f IondnY'1 uf complaint filet In *HMernlNe '
}p f 1 : The wide variety of refrigerator for themselves and having built uthrough p I Fat stock show in Jicksonvilel Defendantnt Mil Mill he taken ax "" ,,. l the 1I1I.nll"II",
the i I I' I : K containers now on the yenta a certain was the honor guest nt a rceent I Oltlll-II: OF I'1 l III.II' t'IIOV I'I| teased by said) Malls)' A
market offers almost amount of naI'tural "'TATIlIl: M.OK1DA IT 1-1: imicn onnnuno that IH flirt her td red that'
an unlimited Immunity to their dinner j| 'I > "
of the Business : this oiflfr l .
1' meeting Bonifay I TO AiorsiLs KVI.L: LIanv:;. 10.lItJlI.h..1 i ones ji week I be published ones a wee '
d choice to the purchaser Glass and ..nl'ml..lI. do not produce as Men Club. R W Blacklock FEEL: : for four r"'I1" eul Iveeek* In thaItiadftud I,I 1' rniiHefiitK N'eeke) In d
q, beat resisting. glass dishes have theonvenl..nce goal l beef as purebred and high State club I i. It appearing from the worn bill I'ounty'rei.'grs ph, a. neteu C'ininly: TlPffini, a boys
I agent presented |INSTITUTION"i:! lot paptr of iretifrnl etrculuuon .
| tnniplalnt' and l the nfrivaillt filed newspaper pnl>lif )hc-d In" d f
: of showing their contents glade strains In other sections of the youth with a silver loving cup. |j 'In the above entltlfd rniiHo that ed In "','adr"rll"un.v.. Ir. ''PIIIIl"h'l: f ounty' Plot'id".

to the user without their covers the nation. These purebred cattle Eighteen other club boys and County Augustim' Earl Llinirenpeel, the Lie.fHtidant Florida DOMU. thin the IIHi.CHEI'( Jnd tiny> at ff June, \t'iiness my nnn<> find c.f f It +mat
I herein' named, I is a resident starkf. iiiadfr.rd (' "nlv 1"
iron "
being lemoved other sections however will I X D. 1637
They are ft
a state other
Agent D. D. McClotid wereguests than the State of title 26th\ day, of ;any A. D..U
breakable from hurd usuge. Heat not flourish under Florida conditions also Florida, t"-wlt the State" of C'nllfor. .\. J. THOMAS. Clerk .'. J. TIIO\IA"; '
tile; that his pprclflo place of rcHl- (TAM I Circuit .
La! resisting gloss has additional val- or at least they will not das o --. il. ncc, n ii juu'licul..rly a a la known to STATE or FLnn1JtA rirk Bradford cf *"*mintF Couof .\
ae in that it is not breakable from well as the natives The Florida .'on ('Ixn BOIS V\IN Plaintiff In the fawn ...r"lIlIe Jo, ('Ol'S'l'OF IJII.\V-'uItO ) (OFFICIAl t.1)'
| State of California; that Bald I>,- I heiebv, tertiriy that the above KNKHT & KMOHTSinrke
nigh temperatures provided the hot stockman wants good beef so he IOLAK-.Hlrs TO GO : I I t..lldllnt I Is over the age of twentyone and foicKninif In a true ropy of the Florida
:foods lire placed in the dishes at can compete with stockmen of other TO !o'T.TtSn'EItiITY!; year in ,. anil that there la no person urlKlnal Order (.t Publication madeIn Attorneys for plaIntiff.
room tempemtuie Enamel: dishesare parts of the country. So the 1 the Mate of Florida, service the said traitor on file In my, nf- &.4 5t-7-2 -

easy to keep (clean and do not scientist takes up the task of developing GAINESVILLE Winners of [I '

; show stain except when strong stock that will inherit (he four $100 scholarships to the University j{ lORIDA'HI Ga.II 6 J' NNI'T# r @AHIfl / 1 1I

I I idols are used However, they do productive characteristics of the of Florida College of Ag- j 1 ... ,.,..

not show the foods which they purebred and the hardiness of the ilcultuie were announced by R W. '

ontain without removing the cov- native. Blacklock I
state boys' club agent,
f '.>r All shapes of refrigerator I A cross-bied or grade animal I is at the conclusion of the recent I l
"'-hell ate now available the result and the I
: ;, a tight Florida farmer Phort course held here for 4-H i I II -- s a
fitting cover will be an aid to finds that this type of stock produces club boys. I
I'e-I ,,
taming the moisture In foods l fine meat, thrives under conELECTROLUX Winners of the three scholarships | I j ,

offered annually by bankers i i ibl
I I
the state were Billy Mowat '

County Eric Mills, Marion Coon-I I FLOMDASCANNON
i
ty, and Gayle Diamond Brevard I I : 5.6I

County William Goethe, of St. : : 'i

Johns County won the scholarship I': MIL TQLL

Kerosene Operated RefrigeratorGives offered by the Model Land Co. l '
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\ ONLY A'/VO/vV
Scholarship winners were select. I
ed on the basis of grades attainedin SPEC/MEN

PERFECT IBFJUGEIlATION special examinations achievement ANCIENT. Y rc uNirw

records and leadership abili srArES
AT LOW COST ties. INDIAN

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I ROBERTS CASH STORE I I ditlons here, and offers first-class / TOTEM .

\\OUTII1.NOTON t SPRINGS competition to stock from other

I I|I staten. t :; : POL

This developing work by scientists t" "
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I
has meant many dollars of additional I : ) i FOUND

profits to Florida farmerssin !: /N .
,;, the establishment of the''' t ?s.

LEDGER OUTFIT' St,xte Experiment Station. Many i i j I I 1 FLORIDAAlthough i, y, tlt o
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'omplishments along this line : ; > i : '
I are >n the Station records It ism : << )
/I
> of the maj,>r fields of activity |, $&

In the Station It is a very necessary -. s t- 4 a n Six
phase of work If Florida agriculture I :: ,

Is to keep step with that !I( t fjjcjrti'yh

.f other states of the nation. I I< I : I y41 r1 f rt,F.I-. .f rJ !

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I Oarlicliid ; : ; N

Parsley i .. ..
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I / i.' HIGH BLOOD t I ; I' Ri 1c t i _. $


PressHeMxfcoJ 1 ,, 4. CO.flydell0 .'M+ u rry'' ',
1 !r fr MYESS 4 I'fMUSfUS' al
: ; ; '
-' silk.St. ... sow ;
ikeR.VBY: .. that EMfC. Of w
; often e.u..> hn
Suite... Blood Pv..u. I
sad ,.o." > : e'
:
-'e
ON IV s7 |?tom M diul1. 1 J Mitri
j I .Tkoailodl... lid ....du.High... "- ; .r.: I / 3 a,' 1 iV

Blood Pr_.. Sufferers 'I dcvhpA '' *tM'
.. ALLIMIN Ewmco: ( t' iau *
I I o a.rll..Parole ,
/ An .aceptbad.alu.l! l Con urt* ciloo. Tebleli. No .tail. No odor. No <)ru... :; I I Ic*Y ldils'f4.' .:L 4
liifacory r mte) or back <
money irunran*
I.d l.dg.r binds 200 I ledge
fMd Ask fa* lb m br t>.m_ tft\ .
8 ihMt and A-Z 26 di"Uion leather ALLIMIN. tw.. f.tk t. nlf....9UCFor totem .
1 poles are commonly Caloo Indians
lab lodes.Bound la durable imitation aEEoe a about the year 1600.
r leather, colors! led or black. Steed Sale By : ; aced with tit far north n genuine EAGLE The gardens of south Florida rontnin n '

back with automatic locking: device. MITCHELL'S DKtU STORE ,id i TOTEM: has been found in Honda I It was discovered rare tropcal: 'lees from li.7erent: ports ol
Fn.V. button for quick cpentng, no k.' xaxniied. Shati are while
t ciydale ledgei paper, 24 subrtaace. Sbe.t riM 6 9H) Incbe.. near\ a large Indian mound went of Lake "world. One of the most interesting Is theXON

BORES I Oi
I\ Stuck No. L.wIp._ ._Lrly : Full Un> of C'axkfU & was procured for the Florida State Muneum by W. M. rrsruvell: of that city, it is a tale 0'> .

) oaoooa Ruby lAdg.r Ouuu--a.cl lUx) A .V BULANCE .D.rector T. Van llyrins.; That the fpci>n''n, dense humid: forests of South America and ">,

020007 Ruby l.edQ.r Oudil-B1&c1l 4.00 DAY ANU ..h.ch hat been rudely shared from heart pine, lonk-n to the S1onlley-pot fm.Jy.; Iti large '".'

I 53 PliO U .*,/ ancient ii quite e.idtnt. It In fi: p fret, e-D art (ineorl'arably beautiful and have n '"'f I IA

O. II. two inches high: but wait promblrnu, : -I t.il! .reiiKin -y ('(',,". '. ,,e c.ia fruits are about K Incite ac

r BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH "A HOME-LIKE: .\lv. It Is believed ti te tho: : v.o.t ct... r-. ..t.t ?;oatly rseinL.e: rusty conuon b.Il.+






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&&Ttllhh t111..rP1N; IllltCIi DIRECTORY CHLKCH I Florida f:UI: OulatanCing: Grrul Lakes Expo Exhibit HOOT SKY'S- HEACU I LEGISLATIVE- RESOLUTIONS FOR 1 !8t, J_

M Allis: Kfrie Crawford, Cor.
lieu <'. n. .rrlv Pastor I ,. I CONSTITUTION CHANGES LISTED i i lt_

School 10 o clock a. (m, I A large crowd fiom> this nectionI -
Sunday "
i Thomas, Su pt. i I I I ittendeil! the icvlvnl I Hit week atcu Following Is a list of resolutions[ ,'I tlon of nutlee of Intern in to pits '1

A fornlng'orllhlp., 11 a. m. : ;- flyer Church i.lopted. by the Florida< Legislature! local or special laws 3I I

B Y f I' U meets at 6:30: p. m. -" 1 Miss, Mittle Pilvllt of Jiukson- of 111.7\ : providing> for amendments Si-iiittf Joint Itosi.lnllun: 111 ITI
Worship :OO.mroachets to the, State Constitution to be voted
)vpnIDg;: 'il a pent the week-end hole with I I I A joint resolution proposing aa gl
M"eung'edllee- ).:\ liar sister and biothet-ln-liw.! on in the next general election
"s ).. \\rJ'l") I I II )I i amendemnt to Section 2 of Article s4'
dJ'' I fs p m U1t. I unit Mis Wtlbeit Crawford! In November. 11)38) : IX of the Constitution of Florid

\\1", '. ..K Player s..f'ice'ed. ... ft'"' Mr and! Mrs Fisher CJaskins of senutt Joint KoMoliitioii No. 21 relating to taxation and, finance r

D' ,. ,00 p. m. I 1"1.." ,I I Jacksonville spent the week-end A joint resolution piopomng I the by adding thereto requirement .

Mt.THODIsr ('I.1 Hell hale with his mother.11'8.: Joan iniendiiifnt of Section 7 of Article that the Legislature shall proviJ.

: Pastor I GI1 kln... X of the Constiiition relating to for ralslnrreveflUI..' to defray Stat
: :Montgomery ,
I iv:.' n.1. the of homesteads ft .
exemption ont appiopri.itions made for the benefit
school 10 a. m. i Mr and Mis H =N Ciawfi.ulMrs '.
? Woiship-11 a. m I' Crawford and Mis Sub taxation.Vrnatx: ; of the uniform system of public

\lotning"Fpiv rth League-7:13: : p. m. lie ickwi'lder attended chinch .,..llIt Ki'Hiiliilliin :No. MlA floe "....hool.lntl of the State In. I

EVng, < Worship. 8:00: p. m at Union Sunday joint lOHohilion proposing) ; an i Htttutlons of higher learning at aputt I

invited to all these serv- :Mis Phillip Sullivan and children amendment to Section 21 of AltlcleJ of the expenses of the State

I'' I of Jacksonville spent list : ot I tie Constitution of the Stale and on a noqirUlty theieuith. i,

1C 'S __ week bole vvlih hoi mother, Mis i if HoiMn relating to the publicaKN i!' eiiiit .'..Int Itosoliilloii :No. 11A :.\
terl..ur i Church
rreshy loan Cuskins i Joint resolution proposing an: '
,( ,surge H. Lowry, Pastor Mr and Mrs C t-;. Ciattfuid : KN:: .( '\M.KS: : TO1; 1lil: amendment to Aitidc XIV of the I

,ni ,\ Services.! : I mil mm Junior. spent last Thuts- .\lnll\: C; pSeven \ \ Constitution of Floiida relating tithe > J N

,, i, i m Sabbath School day iiiul .Fiili.iy. in \VoithinglonSpiings 1 State militli by adding' theretoan

m MrnlngVorshlp., I visitingrrll.'nds and tell :' I things Southern! tanners I additional, 51'i lion specially applicable
u Young People's Ves- :IvesMr :mist add, in otter to make Suuth-
i to the Federally tecognlz
Service. and Mis C A. llilli.iul mid ,'nt iigi. .It ultiiio prosperous' ate thus ed troops )know n as the Florida Natlonal at
.. Pastor. I iiimiiunl/. by IMitor; ("larenreI'ot
-1 monette by family of Woodl.iwu spent Hun
ii 'K Service: ii lei noon. with Mi. and M''.... U N. of The PIOJIFHHIVI /Fainni '

i I'' ,, u Mission Studyin -. --:.- ---, I II i aw fold und family I 1 We must 1 mill ummul\ piodui.- (
Piayei' SeivlceIIIHI I THOUSANDS OF VISITORS' of the Exposition grounds. This Naturlarium houilng I display ,, Miss LSIeneHttr Supp of [IMilus inpending lion' to phint piiiiliullonJ [ MakeIt A Habit) i

to the Great; Lakes exposition in r view gives an idea of the vast expanse I brought from Florida; to the shoresof J a while here wilh Mi I,r. and : \\e toast add. wmtoi. fiiiuliiK'
,>\AII...| llaptlnt ChurrblUv Cleveland through I of the exhibit as well as the hits, I DRINK L :
1. (.. Hemingway, Pastor running Sep inviting buildings and gardens To Lake; Erie. The new fountainand i Moncy'Ph.mpson.hits i to summer farming II:I :
tember C, enjoy the beautiful new : Cly'ile tllllll1l:: neai' Lauteypending .
the is ; entrance, the citrus
Sunday.. Bible right seen the stately Manor stairway : 3.Ve niUHi add) xi $rr ., every Services at 3:30 I Florida exhibit loiat.J in the center j jDOUBLE JI I, House while to the left is the new I groves and palm trees are also seen. I I H this week heieilli .ml. oat'J. I
: -t. m. :
i I.
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p ? I I 11'J'i rant her, Mis' I. nO)' Cjtnnn I
o r IIll..rnUOIl.IUTlltL ---- -- -- -- \\'' enlist add sd'ntiC! loi.' I

mini iKcmont: to scientific Held I
: : lill'TiMT rill'KCIIKcv RUN i i RISING BIIOOKEKMist (;lJJIlJANCI

( I. A, Ditnnley, Pastor ;\lrr. 1\ .\. Ijler, ('01'. 'I'!..>. Kiln: : I..-\\ i..-t iirrespimiii-tit \ere (;n.iiti'y., ('ortespiuidetitTriu Mios: t.llsabrtli: tl.trii.ige, I'
-5<;r 'ICM every first Sunday.Sun to skill I I
I'lodul'tlolI I
,; a> School, 2:30 p. m. I Mr. and Mia W. R. Conner and< I Miss Mi'Iva Crosby and :NeilCrosby 'U Services. children were visiting Mr. and Mrs and Mis II/ M Mtltae
and Prayer this week
bible) Study ale spending inJal'kallltt'ille The gathering of watermelons In uchii'Vrment to indtUduil 1 atblevenioiil I
Leon Conner and children of Ris- and daughtti Od.'ssli.1', visit-
night..t relatives
PI'TS.lwrhy j visiting ; this section is still going nt full t JTMNOHPETERSON'S
ing Sundty mot fling.Mr. Mr und Mrs W C. Conner, Mrs. big J. A. llJtnage and' Wednesday .
.. Kpiscopal: Church speed\ Approximately: forty cars 7. We must add the powtt of
M.trUN
: and Sermon on und Mis P D. Ileddush of I H. H Lewis and Mrs K. J. Lewis of melons have boon" shipped up to night. ""I'IIII1IZlItiun i to the power of perSonal i t

Morning prayer and fourth Sundays at Hoilbionn Springs were guests of I I were l'ecE'nll'Isiling Mi and Mrs date and many have gone out on :Mr and l Mis J. C. Sapp spent I effoi t. t

the second. Communion Saints Mr, und Mrs \\'. R Conner Thursday I =X C. Molt of I3rooker nicks The sale of toasting ears week-end with her patents. Mr ---.. --- I I

11 Guys! 1nl.at 10 Holy a. m. Litany and choir night. Mr and Mis! J. .... Shaw und : I Is, !still' good although some of the and l Mis I':..ton Itiown of Siimp- Ancient Hindoos thought the t Q QI

procure every Friday night at 7:30: Mis D. Thomas attended! chinch I children of the State Farm write farmers have about exhausted this son City world<1 Willi" hemisphere\ up( by DAIRY 1

at Saxton Sunday morning and visiting, !Mr and Mis CluenceHutchison crop. Tobacco gathering Is Mr. and Mrs T. N Noininn and elephants, which in turn were I!
I fUl'n'l PI1OM-: 173 j
pm. -- I evening Sunday uf tot noon. Hhing employment for many M'ss! '! Midiey Me Rue wete visitinglelntlves supported by u t tom tie. 1 ;

( hristl.in' Church Mr. and Mrs' J. L lirantly and I Ilittle Mi and Mrs! R \\'. Conner and keeping the faimels busy' I In Pine 1.'Vt'IIIl'C.t/un/ Sun-

Ser; ,,> at the Christian Church 'i, son Roger were visiting, his children, of f-tnike were the dinnerguests Mr and Mis L. B Crosby inotoied ihiy, r. ,
.v 'mi. morning and evening Lake. Miss Annie'" Mae llarnige spent
and I sister Mrs. Paul I Stiilmg .and Sunday of Mr and Mrs. to City Sunday where
Men! seven o'clock respechur | family la--t week-end Leon ("ol1nl'r11I's. they met their children< pint of last week in Pine Level For
o alt Udono and Wllght t'tosby Antel'\\ "'" ,'Uon as the ,guest: of Mi, and I ExpertSmith's RepairingI ,
,I Miss Dolls Blown attended, \ Floyd Fender of Pine Level ,
Mis P.;t. M Mefia.
have been
(' 'hv was the dinner !guest Sunday of ""I'mhng1'1'111 weeks I .
I.al. church
kufgdey; UIIJltI..t < at Saxtcm Sunday night I : *". 'Sip i ('"nn01 has letuined'n
,: (dan Bohnnnan Pastor Mr, unit Mrs W. A. Tyler and Mis H. H. Lewis :n Ciietnsboio wilh then .
utter awhile at
spctuiing
mi' [ ;
inolhti. Mis Jane' Johnson 11..lld'l
'en nmg services every fourth 1: childien spent Sunday, =New River Mi und !Mis Paul Undethlll and were accompanied home by :Miami visiting filtnds and 1 icl.i- GaragePhone

d.i10 l '30 o'clock A. M. !'section childien< < spent Sunday with MisI'ndeihlllH aunt M.84 Maiguet: Johnson; what' lives

Mis May Thointon and< duughI patents Mi and MisK .
I Miss Alice Edwards: .Satur-;
I n now spending sonic time heie spent,
Wanda Fay. and, Miss, Kdnai \'. Alvarez of Pine Level.
I lay night with Mi. and Mis Tale '
120
\Ve to that Miss
i Bryant spent Sunday in New River !\I r. and Mis P. K McP.ae of are sony report .\I\'III'e.... in Hlhing8.tlun.. '
BOB JONES I section I I Voia Guiney is III ut this writing
Waldo Miind '. la
with
spent Sunday night j
Miss Doiothy Not man spent Satuiilav -
\\'e all h her .
wl-
> n speed
(Comment* On Here Sir. and Mrs R L. liryant ofDonUerun :: Mrs. II. H. LouisMl and! Mis Rudolph lecoveiyMi Andrews night with Mr and, Mis B.II. Wrecker Service Day or NightBEASLEY'S '

announced the wedding '. and Mis II M\[ Ciosby and : Mr Rae Q
Hof of Staike spent putt' if last week
their _
daughter. Thelma to Joe
.illdIcreafler( '
; hole of MIll Andiews' The Hev \\ M Moody of IM- _. -- -- -
Lee of NpwbE'rry. The wedding ter.: as guests Crosse spent' I the week-end wllh .._._..__.,_.._.._._,-_._._._._._.._._._._._._.- --oQo
father. T. C HaonMiss
took June 17 at Si ikeI .
place a I sonville Mr. and, Mis" .1.I S !PuppMl '
It war the w Iter's ptivilege to Miss Geneva attended Eva; Fny tiiiney who has
Rlgdon .
I Tommie Lewis tctmned home after und, 1IIR.V.. l H. Conner nf i SERVICE STATION i
hiar Vvilham Jenning Bryan speak chinch at Saxton h'n'Isillng Luke Butler/ usguest
i Sunday nIght. I
I I'JIll' ( IIpl'ncling'l'1'1I1 days with ielatives Stnike: ueie the guests of Mi and
tinv ti a great audience on the Mr. and Mis. W A Tyler'' were i of lioi sister. AI'' ... RV. .
in Jacksonville !Mis Felix: SuppL '
| .nbje<.t The Go I
A. J. Johnson and Miss. Lucille n. .Johns of Graham spent'
has a god A prison's god Is the Miss Louise Webb of Jacksonville -
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I' Smith, of Palntka, were the din Saturday the guest! of J S. H.ipp
thing that is first in his life. TIIK: UOKUI'S ner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. : lt\l"IKICIKS. Ol'U TIRES: ,AM
: AII\S IIKI.S; 11'Uts'U
'Thl'1" is one dod, and one Mediahptween \\ >KIi : : guest of Jil'l puonts Mi and, MisW C""by,1.0" will visit them lot sev- I
n Cad W. C. Conner. t II \1"1 tUItSIt; ; : |'T.N: ('(>:M' >IIIOV\I.I.V mfAIC/ ,VNTF.KUI :
and man the Bi- D..hb. 01 al days
blf airs! ..J.V.. Driggeis! returned I 'Oil( ONE: : i\lt: ANt* IK MONTHS.U :' I +
Hiivf It "other words there is "Great oiks horn tiny coins Mr, and Mis[, .. R n Riuloison' + -- '. 111\(1-1'1111.t.IIINI-IS'.1NIN/i-IIIIFLItlNfi .\ <* .I. d
home after spending a few days \ > < dty ,
lust one Cud and lust one way to glow. but that wonder< is dimmed and ill.I'll' and Mr I, and Ails Mac The populitlon of Quebec City. t I
with relatives in At char.1E1RIGllEX
'/ 'K thou shalt haven I Ihffote [ by consideration of, the infinitesimal I low'm 11 und children! attended< Ciinii I.. Is now et t minted at 117. :

>Un gi" Me." Thish origin of nrin. chinch Heivues ut Union Clutch OII:;! mi imieiioe of 17015 over Its I FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 P ,

n. 'I, od must have first | The human body I is a complex :leal Hoilliioi' Sunday. Mill! populitiim '
": I'. .\. (' t ASK .MKUTKS I 'f\. =MO I OKIIM'S 6
III1 "'Irne ago n mink-tei [ machine capable of running nutomutic.illy ;Mrs ICnslei iirrespiindentM's Ml and hire, A. D. Crosby of -.-- Our Prices .
I : \ 1'.t111Nf: ;
k i .-'in; pel service! at the'I '' The 1 w''I it''I aU' speed 1 record, Is t
\ for a life-timp. renewingo Youkon spnt/ Sunday here *r' : \I."oiT; ;: t
1 ; mime 1 P.o( i"i 'v vponilinir ri\N ov:' IIIKHA : .
legt said. .\ young u large extent its own pails .is /guests! ol ;Mi;I ind AL's L R ( '1'''''- I Mil milts an lion. Hot by an Ital-

'a,,,- this Institution andt j they al'eol'n 01 damaged. The 'ievit.il wioks in Ft. l'I"I'ce1..ll.- by. 'I ln\ I. > I' fompiimed I( hotnt ti :Mm > hi-Cust iMi I seaplane luc- : '. .I'1:: : :: : i
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her! -ii !MIH I',,iMl Clovris,
'ith different girls iiimiin mind. capable of creative nf?/: : i s I i I' I II by then n' |piu'w M:istei. Billy er. .
.t.i ill I I Ir".r M. Rosier 111'9.'l1lh'I'j -- --._---- --
prominent In his I
thought, Is even more intilcate In --
u 1m, Lee and 1 Jimmie Lee wore visiting
passes and! after
III| Itt complexities. I I I
W -ning mm settles down ,
Yet make-up of both, body and s
lint If.. Ki,, I That i Alice Hall of .icksonvilleis I : a (
has
one girl l ) mind height proportions of the j cII C
:
several here withher
P'' -minente spending drays
Jesus Christ
: frame, eye color hair color< length i
fun
1 'j Piomlnent in the minds of; of nose or beauty of the smile, brother Leslie :MrClellan m i' a t'nohl'l'i as a chaiacter In j I J. K Rosier und noil J. K; Jr d
I strength of vital organs emotionAl ir t
>t visitors to Jacksonville Tueslav -
and vele
: as l
a
great woild leade
wealth, speed' of mental grasp
A person does not have to be I I and keenness of mental and, physical -. for Less Money on Your ,,; ,, Ir Irt'
,
me a Christian to make Mr. and Mrs. Volley Reddish of
Jesus vision all\ these are contained -
prominent I I K K: Rosier
but Jesus has iivvtey wine visiting
to be Vacation-
pre In the cargo of heredity endowed 1937 '
"
neat It and mother Sunday afternoon. ,
u man is to be
a Chris the tiny Infant ut his
I'n, Hiis I not Just one of upon Mr and! Mrs. W. H Morganwere :
many birth.
a'tvurs lie ''s the only| Savior, "It Ins recently been estimated culled! to Jacksonville Sunday
h.l" one' on account of the serious Illness other 1\- 'ley
God'
h Hili' and' only one way8ho"la ," says Dr. Fosdick that' if all mother. Mis Pelbeit Supp GO IN C1/7fl I

the human sperm cells, which areo
S r Miss, Canie, Bell: Hennetl of
be responsible for the 2.000.000.-
Supp, Ptaike' I Is visiting her! grandparents
J
81. call) on a promhtent 000( individual! who will constitutethe
business Mr und Mis John Griftis.
man and refuse to next generation were gathered .
!
ntlt;
"!I'P' round his secretary, but should together, they would occupy the :Since: 1917. D4 873.COO copies! I'', this vacation the l><-"tjou'vr NI'j' p1'
the
buck way and climb space of half un aspirin tablet. AIAI
'have been printed of books writ Z ,
'hrough a window to the business "If, of the responding egg ever liail-#<> In a r" q'I n )
manH ten by Lenin I /
office. I would become a cells only the nuclei which carry r.1lJrol.! Il/
t'e9pasaer' .
Jesus said the stuff of life be taken too -. -
the that He l to / they You'll travel more safely in a <,ryr 1
j001',
1 I.f the He Is the entrance. He would occupy the same space At Your Service Chevrolet, fur it's the only low. t 11
say It I
any man climbs up "It may be said therefore, that
any other way he Is a thief and a the original and essential sub j>nrr.l rar that comriinisurh. fea- iy" ; S ,

robber He Is a trespasser He Is itance for the development of 2,- lure a* I'erffrtrii llyilraiilicBrake ;t' >

presumptuous: He Insults 000000.000 individuals could be '
I- God. He *, a ;tiew AII. ,I."tAIISt..eIIIII.rt'o..prllof
*llt"'OU" to the Infinite. As contained in a capsule no larger "'
a mtttei ,,f Hotly ::; Strrririg: i ,
fact God ,Is walled,, In than an aspirin tablet.

ty bits of Justice that make It Im- Of such minute proportions are You'll travel more c"IIJ".tal1lX.too. 'r a i

P file for any man to break the cargo ships fielgh'ted with all for only Chevrolet brio!!,, you

through No man can get to God the treasure of human life. -Jacksonville UITH AMERICANS .
Kn..tionHit.
the lot proteil Cliilins 1
except : '
through Jesus Christ. He Jouinal AND OILSBennett's 9L
may bombaid doors and beat on'In''OWlRnd _. .. at .hevrolet's low pnt-en.' ,
f
\\ cry out to God for ad. IITI.K: ('H.l1.lNl:1)::' ; Serv. Sta. --:\nil you'll ali travel moretinrntmiiiillv '
nil I .
rian but the only answer God Dr Burgess Johnson, Union colcge AND LUNCH: ROOM ; for Clievriilfl'it NVw iz / '
goes 4
t
Is. 'Come around to the main rates Mark Twain the all g sr
---- --- \.h p.in.lI..a.1
u
Iligh-Cnuprrsiinn|
and fix: it up with my Son and time, all-Ameiican cosset ii..'- : n Q
I
yl 111 can I I-l1lim': M unusually thrifty with
come In. There is no ;ould cuss. tive minutes on end'

nlnte' given under heaven among without rl.'pelltlnjhlm..elf;\ .. once pas still oil.Dernle. r .I .:
fI'n:
"hl.'rt'hy..e can be saved ex- hen he spoils it all by adding: "I now to have inorr x@11'@ '

the name of Jesus. There Is ''clk-ve it was all Horn tile tongue ..... d r NI,
pl I"d."r" for !I.>ss iiiidi'-v on 1 jour = ft ,
>f two altei'natives. It Is ,and not from the heart" rSf S'ISf | POI* BCONOMICA c M1'y
11 ,t or hell The only Pooh and another pooh If his 1') {IT tin'alhnlN in n Cln-i: rulcl'M TM Ni; .grION. / + 1 ''

'hteousne.s: that, will ad- ic itt WRHU'I In it, he coul,In t have 1.1 ... hrlP, "nuGIV .A .. L r ,.. ,....1 _h..1 ?......,. .... tJnnnr P. hr mwWunh ,.rand ,!I'wdr '
to heaven Is the lobe of men nn all-Ameiiran iinvthmg.t ru.s I.?" r..oeP .,.. ,. I...ntt/ .unit I'ltlit, -m'inlhl* p u.fff,.;.-lit-tint; ruitr p
mess put chased by the Peteisbuig/; Imlt'pendent. 1 fAnr "III mnMy. II I I' V I C: 0>> I f. (: 'I I M O T II It j DIVISION( : 1 I : JMsf, + h
"" ..ur Snrx toni .. v Ji9 "f
. lesus Chi ist, Coda Son I' "n .1 H.rnr lal purrri f'r !M1 +
.... .
H.( :"! H ith the Sun hath life and I.\K<;K: TnlTot: nurrY-Or f.yi I./THI/: I ( I >s> I IT. \I/LII/c\i / I ;N e ., nrr"'lt' '

nath not the Son hath n.t I LAKI: BUTLKR Two tom ItoeH t

'that Is nanow, you "av. j, weighing two pounds and five SO LOW
n 1 blame the WI Iter. lie lunces' were displayed! Monday bv THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR PRICED

ting the fable: If yu have: J. H. Scarborough us samples of i

l I( .ilor.ted Jesus I 1 those he grows in his garden. The! ....

| you uc- uiger tomato weighed one and a .

c..lth'. Him. Cal 1 d"esnt will the quarter pounds and the smaller one Torode Chevrolet Co.

t.. (-f any man. He 1 la eager to pound I and one ounce. Ills tom \tu |

It bteaka His heart when bushes are yielding many tomatoes II
11' II anl, these Mr. Scarborough I CTAKKE FLORIDAfttJl1U'
ltd Ery women turn away from nearly as stated.large as / ,



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BRADFORD COtTNIT TELEGRAPH. STAJtKE.; ::. FLORIDA n,y. !: 3, I US7
..,-or. 1':10111': ..A __
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i flee suld that all clients who had have been distributed "
1 JUDGE DAVISDIES Distribute Fish been receiving commodities regu- clients ( elks:
over three
J'
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE I county draJ.
The commodity department of lar should call ut the old commodity ford, Baker and Union

Established 1877JVVE.WBELR. the Works Progress!' Administration warehouse In Starke Saturday comes under the local which
? ,7 ., TO CLASSIFY WAS YOUNGEST SUPRKMR this week announced that they I I morning. Previously more than mtpervlston. .u
COURT JUSTICE will have for distribution Saturday ( .
I
t s=C=Tyft i Hr Itl'aslad.' ttrarererary. IN U. S. June 2tJ, salted mackerel. The of 1,1\0( pounds of salted mackerel I .
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\ I All Florid was shocked last 1

,a : \. -3"yr.lU'CVd 7 .:ttida _e [ never have been much of a ',i sudden Sunday evening and unexpected when news death of the of I I rnFLOR IUA.J.II i LIGNT, 'm ......A! + NyjR', wtG
j star gazer Maybe on u clear night j jI
might locate the North Star and I'I'I |I I Fred H. Davis, chief Justice of the

I'ublished Weekly on Fridays!! and Entered as Second Class I the Rig Dipper, but even then 11wo ,!, Florida Supreme Court :j ji
'
I n Matter at the !Nt Office at Starke, Florida u kin'I want to swear to It. i Visiting Jacksonville on a busi- !, 17 Y RF'{ / ''y5
tint last week I saw a ,lar+ that j I:, ness trip, and apparently in the I I i

9k 1 E. I Matthew: \\. _ _-.Editor and Owner I wall ao unusual and brilliant that best of health, Mr. Davis succumbed ;i' it,, a.a;. :
If I've been!: ga-ga ever since. It's (I to a henrt attack and was found I: G'N.&RAL

SUK>CItll'TION KATE I just a little bit of u thing, but boy i dead In his bed at the hotel by Mrs. ;
Venus look- : Davis when she returned from aI
It's
how it shines got
I r 1 Yearly. $1.Sh; (); :Months 75c-Payable in Advance I j in' like a dim bulb and if it don't j I I luncheon engagement; with friends. .,! MUND

IItD t''' Ad,'ertNinf, : Kales on Application |Isel the world on fire I miss my I Iguess. Justice.. Davis, expressing a desire ,

+ to rest, had remained In the room.

1 l Ll U -STATE: FAU.M 'jJTOWILL: / : "FIND WELCOME: HEItK II Tie star I'm thlnkln'! diminutive about Is !1 death Attending was the physicians remilt of angina stated pea his i N 'r tit { r ': : :: //fir J3Y6MfTIE=

+ ''t The Telegraph is glad to that we have completed Thel ese Ann Dupuis '
1 announce J daughter of Mr. and MrR. Ulric L. torts
arrangements( for a news correspondent at the FloridaState ;II Dupuli of Brooksville A little Justice Davis served as a mem- S : ;

Farm near here.Ve feel that the people of the Farm' bundle of smiles, dimples, curls and l her of the House of Representatives '

.,48 colony are practically home folks and that they should be reprcWnted :II heart personality of an Egyptian that would mummy.soften the I>| speaker for of several the house.terms He and was was appointed j /

: in the Hiadford County newspaper. I Now a lot of kids possess these I I i Attorney General of FlorIda .
in''I by foimer Governor 'John \V.Matrln .
Farm
the State
.Starke extends: a wide open welcome to I II. i altiibutes. but the difference
in 1927 this office
holding
t t i businesses churches schools and thin case in that little Therette
ri'siilents. to make txi+ of our : t until 1930, when former Governor
backi them with an amazing .,
up
1 ther t Ill+llttltiofy. 6ur town* Is the nearest trading center variety! of talents and n Hinge Carlton mimed him a member of Jt"1

e of any ('un..i idt rabli yiLa! : the I Farm and nowhere else" will :' p'est.nce, that is remarkable in he Supreme Court He served, one ,i

f 911..'( 1 visitors: find more \\'elcotmor' more of spirit! of willingnesst : : spite of the fact that she hits had term as Chief ;Justire and at the ,. r tl'pff' i
titna he \vns elected to this office
i I little professional training
very *
t kt serve; than right 1 here. old. he was the youngest Chief JusticeIn
and is only seven years i iI
the United States This Is the ,
---o -
l I When the Federal Theatre open K
IVE I KIDNAI'I'KKS: ANY NEW= : IDEAS? first time In the history of the j r c'
1'' WilY (! : ed Its most ambitious production :
state that a Chief Justice.. has died ,
at the! Centio Asturiano In Tampa,
11n-: : the musical extravaganza "0 Say in office. ls; .,h
Governor Cone will appoint a
J! 'I Can You Sing" the public was
successor to serve until the next
tt j'' disturbing, as this might sound at first, it turned out to be I' urged in advance to look for such general election, November 1938,
features Senla Sol- I|
outstanding as
t ', L only a stunt scheduled! : for the annual meeting of the Florida omonoff'a "Dance of the Hurrl- when a successor will be duly elect ,
ed by I the people to fill out the un- \
Aviation Association in Tampa this" week. cane," Velia Martinez and Serafin j
expIred term of Justice Davis '
i1j ;. @ The news story went on to "say that "A young ,girl will be'snatched' Rodrlquez in the novelty "Bull which does not expire until 1941. /ND/AN
Fight Ballet, the appearance of .
( w from! the streets" of Tampa by a mysterious aviator Carmen Ramirez, former star of -.- - 1i '1

,l dressed" as a pirate. She will be spirited by the buccaneer fly the Madrid Opera, and numel'OIiSothl"r Births i 44 % 13OML

/r to the northeast: where he will keep) a rendezvous with headline- but not a word Mr. and Mrs. Earnest, Vance } \k''
was said about the tiny little trooper Rosa, Brooker, boy, June 9. ;e ..iWNr3!:E ST///G '
c, '' brother pirates. who was destined to take the Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Carter, rLO.el.C'1S --i t. n.ORA 7 ii LGMOST'

Of course, the whole thing is" just in fun, but it seems to show like Dewey took Manila. Lawtey, boy, June 17. | : '
Attending the second night performance Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Stealing I ; Or YGONJE'
us that the visiting aviators' could find more inspiring ways in '
t in company with a couple Lawtey. boy, June 18. | A-ES'"
which to demonstrate their skill than by imitating the particular I of country editors who had Mr, and Mrs. Eugene: Austin, : FAMOUS

t ;k type of crime that has brought more grief and( anxiety to come to town to see sin or some- Highland, girl, June 20. CIVIL lye I OJlJtA

1 the United States' than any other. The methods of kidnappers I thin'- I'd settled back in my seatantlciputln' Mr. and Mis George Washington 11'no i srA7iESEtlM I
a : nothln' mote than the Moseley, Heilbion, June 20. / GAIN4SWt.J.E/
1j :! are ingenious!: enough without giving them:! any new usual "hum and legs." Some of the I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manning, ;' I

ideas on the:! subject ham was better than usual and the i Stui ke, girl 1, June 11. (
lee --01' at least several pair, of''I. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Padgett, riif :great, militdiy sapce-ti in the Rentttky: \ ; tn'ton' D. C. lie was born in St. Augu; titi(>.

it $ u '; 'em--were all that Mr. ZiegfeM f-iwley, girl June 14. I! cjto.aiii. of 1SG2: made the: acne of IURB\-\ Amon,: the more interesting relics at the slit
YOU MAY VACATION)( HUT HUIMJLAKS( WON'T could have asked' for even if the :S II1'1I famous throughout: the entire country Mu-icum al Gainesville; Florida, is the /1SL>I\V

script and so-called plot of the !! nit Molt \IJTV ;;; TOB.4 ('0 I; In ISiiJ/; he wa' given full command of the Con. BOWL of cypre i wood bUI'neeto/ shape: im.l/
Are you planning; to go away for a couple of weeks thissummer show Itself were lousy. I I Ie aerate, aimy west of the Mississippi River where and out. It was discovered! in 193J by M(liana! ,

? If so, remember that millions of others are doing Apparently it was "just another The Southein Bjpti.st Conven-1,, he further distinguished himself by his brilliant ton Boston, while digging: a ditch on Irs farm
j lion flays the use of tobacco on the
{ ''l l the same thing-almost everyone, that is, except burglars. show" until Hei Ladyship Theiese grounds that it is "huitful to the I niilitaiy, exjilo ts. After the war he became near Alachua. It is 1314 by Ifi'i incited 7'i'
rt Ann Dupuis in an Chancellor of the old diversity of Nashville and inches and has handles. Tliii relic il/
Summertime is not vacation time for them. It is rather the put appearance. cause of Christ" It especially inveighs high "MHOI'
time when they work hardest. Dancing in un-unnounced. she put against smoking by preachers la I"T |jrole( sor of mathematics in the University strates the skill of the early Florida IIIJI'J.M .in
on as clever an exhibition of tap- ol the ::South Sewanee. Tenn. A statue of Gen. shading implement with ifs,

f The summer months, when so many residences are empty pin' and truckin' as anybu' could This revives the old question as I (,..., iiiii,. :.y 3.u.i.li i.i in the Hall ol Fame in W'aah-
ask for. But she dldn t theie __ __
and ideal conditions stop
'G unguarded, provide working for the to whether smoking is a moral n
A little later. on she
housebreaker. lie does not have to be wary of sleepers who smgln' one of the hit numbers reappears of problem. It would seem to be '

t''i' may wake momentarily and sound an ularm. He need( have the show and put so much pep and to stretching make it a so.joint pretty far to try

l' .\ no fear that a dog's angry barking will reveal his presence.; personality into it that they had Whether model ate smoking for

j' He can work leisurely i and thoroughly to keep the curtain gnin up and [i adults Is ha i ml'.n. I Is entirely medi
down like an elevator ut the close
cal, not a moral pioblem. Most
If persons who are leaving their homes unoccupied! even ,I of her act to tiLe cane of the curtain -
physicians! ague that smoking In
for a short time this summer \\ ill take the following precau-i! :I calls. moderation Is not delfteilous, that, OHNS
The of further
I display accomplishments
tions, they will add greatly: to their protection and peace of was unnecessuiy for by i Indeed, it has u value in steadyingI / _
I I I against, the harassments of
mind : this time Tlu>resj had the audience '''
I modern hfe.Tobacco .
Lock' securely! all doors, \\ indc\\:4 or other entrances' to the In the palm of her tiny hand but j| has: a solace to nvin fur 1:11: :
just, fir good measure she letuin- Free Phone
( several centuries nrwYh"Ull'r it
1 house ed u little later to give us an exhibition I & SON
has done any real harm is debut- I
} Inform tI.e police that your house will b Seated: on tin elevated
can kfepattch on it and try the doors and windows at regular where it Is contra-indlcnted,
pi.itfcim with a set Iflummer's
complete (
but that Is. also tine of eating Ice -

+( '. intervals.Take .with. you or lode securely! al! jewelry, silverware, with what drums have Imps you, cymbals,until she went the, bells applause to town and cream ingor playing many golf other, excessive minor: indulgences lead, I I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 24c MUSTARD Quarts lOc(

la furs, valuable clothing and other articles: easily converted into of the crowd drowned out her perfect which could be dragged into
the category of vices If we wished
_ cash by a thief. ihythm. to make any Issue of them. Certulnly -| WHOLE GRAIN SKl.F-llISIVO:
Well, it has been
He sure to suspend all. deliveries such milk a long time over-indulgence in tobacco ; '
,
as ,
papers since I've played the role of u stage : 'la harmful, like too much of any 1 RICE 5 Lbs. 22c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 78c'
mail. A heap of newspapers or milk bottles on a porch aresure door Johnnie, but when I aat and ::1 thing Daytona Beach News.

signs that a house i is unoccupied. watched that combination of Shirley '- ...-

a In view of the increasing widespread threat of the bUl'glal'y Rogers Temple and, Garbo Martha all Raye done, Ginger up In II'RIUC.\S: S .\SOS BANANAS 5 lbs. 15c

hazard to property local citizens should take extra pre one package of golden curls and The hurricane season hut come

cautions at this time of the year. That i is the most effective rougutsh brown eyes I Just naturally again and for several months ptn- t i __ -- ---. -
fell like a barometer In the pie In the arena affected by the I 3 Lbs. Yellow 10 Lbs. Irish
a way they can aid! crime control in the community.
path of a hurricane. moat destructive meteorogical disturbances

n Offstage I found the little lady will keep a close eye on ONIONS b IDe POTATOES 20c

WHO WILL BENEFIT: ; FROM NEW DELINQUENT LAW even sweeter and more charming the special storm warning service
than she appeared before the footlights of the weather bureau.

It will probably) be a couple of weeks before taxpayers can -just a normal child that Weather men look for a tropical Nice Fat Nice Fat

A .tke advantage' of the liberal, new delinquent tax""auction"law. had been remarkably well trained hurricane any time from June to
und that waa gifted almost beyond November and carefully watch the I HENS LIt. 1& FRYERS LIt. 22c
A previous bill passed the legislature "ties up'! state tax belief. I fornritlon' of conditions which Indicate )

''I .. certificates: at least until after July I.' Rulings: on the application From her mother I learned that the posHlbility of one of these

i ", of the law must' }be had from the Attorney General;; and Therese begun her musical education : whirling storms. which have raked We Dress Your Chickens For You
at the age of four. She also the eastern seaboard for many
forms for the advertising be '
necessary must prescribed.This plays the Irish harp and the piano. years. In the last fifty years, 127
law came as a surprise to most people who were not She boa never attended school but troplcat storms of hurricane force 3'Lar: e Pk s. 3 Pkga.

even ware that such a bill had been introduced in the legisla- baa been taught at home where have hit the coast between Texas '
"ture. through: individual attention she and North Carolina, with thirtyn'na MATCHESlOc SALT 10e
It passed: almost without discussion: In spite( :;.of the fact has oudtt greeter progress. Her hitting; Florida twenty-four

that it 1:4 _one of the most drastic of the tax compromise acts manners are perfect, she has poise hitting Texas and, sixteen reachingthe

passed each session since 1911.: of a college, graduate and Isn't a land along the nhoies of Louis-
bit tensperatmi ntul. she Is entirely lana ROUND STEAK Lb. 17c 12cLargeSweet
HAMBURGER Lh.
4 I f. Under this I law, county'governments: stand to.lose literally unspoiled and for all her accomplishment The greatest number In any one

s f t t iquusantl. of dollars(, and taxpayers) of course, will benefit a child that loves to year was/ twenty-one In 1931 Last .

I by 'tlie SHme'nmoiint. So-called tax sharks or speculators, make dod clothes, play ,.with her year there were sixteen the second Quarts Salad
pet turtle, read! funny liar greatest number in
papers reported<
will be excluded from the picture because of the unattractively
ten to fairy tales and romp with any one seison. PICKLES
low interest rate of three percent allowed during the two other kiddies. Renders may be puzzled by the MIXED l 7c DRESSING 25

year period in which the original owner may redeem his: land .- reports of storms, with wind velocIty -

from the certificate holder. Body ShippedThe above eighty miles an hour TUXEDO FEEDS
when they observe that It takes.
Just what fUI'.I' aching effects this: law will have, no one body of Louis Klrar, S9, who some time for the hurricane! to QUALITY AT LOW COST
died In his home In Lake Geneva
l can yet tell. Landowners might benefit travel a few hundred miles. Thisdiscrepancy We Have Complete Line of
immediately, but if Monday of last week, was shippedto a Feeds For All Purposes

state and county revenue is cut to the point where new taxes Kenosha, "/t... for funeral: servIces when one understands is easily that explained these Cincy 24% Tuxedo

Income' necessary, it remains to he sera:: who will: benefit in and 1 burial I probably (.n Thurs tropical! disturbances. have a whirling ,

t.. !t the long run. day by The DeWitt 1 body C.win Jones shipped to Kii-.H'B 1 Monday motion where great speed is EGG MASH 3.00 DAIRY) FEED 2.50Cincy

r attained, and n progressive motion, ;
Qi only mrvlvor. Math Kirnr, of Kenosha -
n which! la comparatively slow. The

h "Loaf anil Ins ite Your Soul."-New- York Herald Tri iLtnie. I ,-1bioI her-.. VM .___ H destruction: Is caused by I the forceof I Cincy

} I'.ut suppose. starvation accepts the invitation also"" ? Delinquent Tax List Soon travels the whirling forward wind but the storm 2.75
I : at the progressive I HORSE FEED 2.30 SCRATCH
o The regular tax sale list, of delinquent idle which is not anything like as

J taxes for the year of 1936 fast as the rotating wind. Gaines- .
"I am only the government'tt spare tire," recently common will begin In the Telegraph next vl.le Sun. No. 2 OATS 2.45 SHORTS 108 Lbs. 2.45

tud Vice-l'resident Garner Been getting booted fre- week, it was announced yesterdayby f -.-. .-

'I, nuently.eh John? \ C. A.Bradford Knight.County Tax Collector, complete The common circulatory fly has..yit a. heart.m. and We Will Buy Your Eggs at 3c Below Jacksonville Market



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