Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02449
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Mashed 1877 Subscription_-For Year, $1.50; Six Months 75c Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owne

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pyGets f GraceMandamus IMi88; Thede'Believed Son Satisfied. Life Is No Conger I'"i'. I Locals 'Get Hot 'I Teachers Named

I Victim Of Amnesia Mere ,Bed Of .'Roses I ; Yawn!\ and The world

As 'No Word Comes In "Hotel de Batsden" skir3YVn9, With Your
: .SuitiRaiseJaxlevy Dead Man Here Take Board
mess.-bb: -' First PlaceIn By County ;

No' yet'been received Life at the "Hotel de Balsden" 'VF

front Kiss Louis Thede who (countyjail to you) Is no longer Q

disappeared from hef home In Law- Was.Miamian what it used to be:Time was when County Loop Salaries Raised

tey on July 27. and relatives fear guests arrived at this popular InDo

that she is. a victim of amnesia, I registered and retired to their F- '}W

I Granted InFo since she suffered a spinal injury rooms and spent the next month or Fi -
Extension Broken Finger And Bloody Anto- ;
Days about Thursday Saw 8-0 Victory) Fk Mia Olive Ray Totteeatvq ',Llf"
a Croon which
Clerk To Appear i never fully year recovered.ago I mobile Accepted As Sufficient so reading a good book an4 eating" .. Over Daylight On Stark, Time Pen loTWo' VIII aA.

Before Court IndentlficatlonIdentification three square meals a day.. Diamond \ else Left
-- I, Miss Theda! Is nineteen years old I But those days are gone forever, .tt i ,

I Thomas, clerk of the circuit' and a beautiful and accomplishedgirl. of a broken finger I The guest now enters and registers LEAGUE STANDINGSW. : : Bradford County- long-delayed

t'has been given an additional She was graduated from the bone last Saturday satisfied R. .C. i but before he has time to retire 7 announcement of teachers for the
before having to Bradford County High School and Nations to his room be 'II bundled .off L. Pct. ? was *
ap- of Miami that the dead ,' 103439
daYs grace Starke ... 'Iv term was made this week
5 1 .833 J
lbefore the Supreme Court, In later attended the.Master'. Schoolof man found -near New River July to Nassau County to indulge in the ; with f :
.. j twenty-three names definitelyon
Daylight 6 ,2 ,750 'i 4 i
wee to show cause why I Music at Winthrop College. S. C. 13, was his father, C. W. Nations ancient sport of road working.'This Green Cove2- 3, .400 t'tq ) the approved list-acid two seniorhigh
tax levy for the Her relatives know of no reason who pastime Is looked upon with such s ,,
.jdrd county's : disappeared July 9 from Miami Fernandina ..... 0 7 'v'' \ instructors yet to be filled.
.000 "
for her disappearance and are favor In Nassau that that Is ,
f fiscal year should not be Beach. .county 1.1. 1" The following appointments were

u sufficiently to take care of making every effort, to locate her Another deciding factor was the willing to pay Bradford a dollar a (By :ESTER-SCHNELL) (! t, ..\ Made by, the Board of Public Instruction -
*> '" month and fed and cloth bur
Interest and sinking fund on Identification in Jacksonville boys
a .
The Starke Strawberries took an + ,Ikftk a w: after recommendations -

1000 in defaulted road and Power Rate Cut blood-stained coupe found on .the : while there. time' this 8-0 victory over the Daylight nine Look-...,.the baby in this picture from the school trustees

t bonds. city streets there several weeks For some county, has here last Thursday'afternoon. It' You yawned didn't your jWhy f, L. A. Gray; Mr. T. T. Long ( I
had contract to Alachuawith :
e writ of alternative man- ago. When it was learned that the a supply was a slow battle for five Innings, Simply becaua.(one- good yaivttda'- Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, C. M. How

UI brought against the county automobile was the one in which negro prisoners but the new after which the Berries finally serves anotherrt-Or!\\ if you prefer to ard. Mia Isabel Fernandez, Mr*.

mIsIloners last welt by Mrs.guta For Big i UsersIs the Miami Beach,, man had left agreement applies, towhite and went to work to put'.. little life In be 'Pllf lowtcal. it's a reflex.acttlon B. Perkins Miss'Hazet Mlddleton. i

Young, of Miami ordered home to visit Dalton, Ga., Jacksonville colored alike. the affair. The all around play of -. ., 1 Mrs.' Eva Anderson Mrs. A. E,

Thomas to appear in Tollahaaon police broke a lock on the MWM .w *l -- the local was inclined to be a lit- At"..ny'rate. when the baby In Wall. Mrs. R. F, Demorest Miss. ;,

| August 14. However upon .Reduced To Five Cent Per door and found the seat blood- More And More tle short of their usual past per this picture made his debut'on an Rosalind Jacobs, Miss Eunice Perkins

licit of the commissioners Hull, Kilowatt Hour For All stained and covered with a canvas formances. The loss of Joe Hale advertising..?card, In New York' Mr. Edna Hart- Mr*. Grace %1

jdli &, Whltehalr, law firm ofand Over. 200 and another large piece of cloth at his shortstop post took much crowded subways it was ,remarkedIn Wainwright Mrs. II.. C.. Rltch. 1'

[ who sued out ,the writ, -' resembling a window curtain. Hats Enter RingThe life out the Infield and the club a well-known newspaper column Miss Madge Middleton, Mia Willie v

t extended the time, until Au- Users of large quantities of electricity ,, Blood spots also were found on the lacked the fine playing spirit and that everyone twho looked Mt the Mae i Hinson, Mrs.! Jeanette Klncald. -

24.! will benefit by' a,reductionof doors. confidence that bas labeled,' the baby"yawned.: And If you 'don't Miss Edna Strickland Miss

jnty Commissioners L. 'L. : one cent on all used over 200 R. C. Nations and other'' rela Boys Are, Already'.' Casting! Berries as the team to b*' beaten. care to take the columnist'* word Annie Mae Pearce, Miss Luclle Edward s

net and G. W. Andrews,'County kilowatts, It was announced by the tives, who arrived In Starke last Wistful Eyes' At Governor's. in, the last half flag race. However for It, try It on your friends *, Mia Lillie McRae, and Mr*. u

may Floyd Green and Clerk] city bond trustees following their Thursday: were not satisfied with Mansion' ' .. comparison of hair.and clothing of willow all'the',aft and : The '
_j were in DeLand .Tuesday Monday night meeting.The rnoon, Rind position that the above
j attempt to effect a rate formerly was six: centson the missing nlan and the one found ((By RUSSELL" Yi) played a big,part'' in leading his State, Farm .teacher will occupy In the school

je Kttlement. The 'comprO-j' all over 100 kilowatts, but .the here"but it was remembered that It can't be the heat'lpr Florida mates to their fifth successive win. wilt foot be announced at this dime. ;i

[Young stated that they wouldwilling new rate fixed by the board Is as the elder! Nations had once crushed la enjoying ellghtfuV-summer' ."Lefty Joe" Sparkman the Asa Superintendent ,A.. J.;. Griff 1'said

to accept a reasonable follows j cent for: first his left ring finger In an automobile compared with'most,of "er'sister lea flash," pitched two bit ball to To Be Improved yesterday since It I* poaalbl that ,

door The body was again ex- state.,but for some'reason'there shut out the visitors for the second
ding proposition fifty kilowatts; eight*ats for second I soma last minute shifting around 1.
i estimated last week by Mr. fifty; six cents ,for the .next humed and Its left ring finger wasfound'to are more ears to the ground. and time In 'his list of four successive ,- might. take place.'' The two position '
be deformed in
,ms a sufficient levy to take hundred; and'' fly*' cents: foil allover that considered 'conclusive' a manner more' speculation concerning the victories.: His showing, however State;'.Board ,Member. On i Unof. that are still vacant and are

b of Bradford' defaulted bonds 200.Other. identification was of the next gubernatorial campaign tbanIs was far below par until his mates flclal Visit :Premise Better i Jrt under consideration are those of I,

M mean a net raise of about business attended' to at The body will be missing left for man.the usually the case soi.far-''n -ad sewed up the contest. At this .* OndltlonUnofficial a coach and a commercial teacher. ;t

|mills for county taxpayers.ty this meeting wad th* notification time being, where It wa burled in vance of an election.Everywhere point h* became more confidentand Moat ipoteabl among this years

commissioner will meetto of all local gasoline bulk station the Crew nearNew one goes there; la proceeded to let his rival !.announcement ,that resignation* was that of Miss Olive
consider their talk about this orthat, man as apossible down In the usual fashion. He Ray.,who ha* been a teacher in the
that bid will be received September River It was stated by relatives. the road from Stark to th* ,Florida
fanned batsmen
and walked
i In this matter., S for the fuel oil distillate con Sheriff W. J. Epperson believesthat I candidate for Governor In State'Farm'at Raiford would primary department of the Bradford .
1936If half the men who have three. Sparkman was opposed on : County High. Schooltorth.
tract for the
coming year. <
the man was killed and I been mentioned enter the race the the mound by Johnny Suggs. who b* kept In better condition m the past.' thlrty-flv y.ars.; According
I Church ;Delegates The following! bill were ordered thrown from an. automobile beside was at his best for six but future mad here !
-. -, ... next gubernatorial allot.will look innings was Monday to state law. Mis. Ray will be retired
pald- th.-lODety-'turpelltln. 'road where Ilk h* blew In 'favor of Louis Olv. I Chairman C..B. 1N d. e{
a metropolitan; telephone directory up nightwhen ; and will receive life
Off t To DeLand Meet a penal***
Westinghouse Electric Sup It. was found. ens. Suggs,. acclaimed the star .
'I aa way and,three. other member-of, bf $iO a month the year rouA4 1i* l
ply Co., supplioI11B.37! It could not. be established twirler of the Daylight staff the State Road
Ex-Governor\ whoa names keep appeared -: Department successor In the primary" 'dIIpa mss' }
rteen delegates from the The American Oil Co.: .1 car whether the dead man had'been I cropping. up are Sidney J. Catts far from being Givens' mas- stopped for supper at'a local ,oaf*. mntf' has not yet been detawfaract::** ''b
'fuel oil dish at9;rr-l: "'S18,66 shot or stabbed because of the condition .. -
t Baptist Church left'Tuesday terr-Buggs ball never beaten the
and John W.-MarUn.Th* former Is : 'Th ,board -.mem1)ers..Cba"1imanTreadway. Alt salaries. la the Stark school. M
noon for DeLand, where they Bradford Hardware, Company -; of th*. body. It apparently Strawberries and never has in
pretty'old and haa bounced Roy V. Ott. L. 8. 1
over will be raised
I attend the State Baptist As- supplied *__+.;_;;._., .60 ha** been lying where it was found fac.t, given them'any. serious Thrasher ten per cent,,,';? MrGrlffia -;,
some rough.spots but ,,still'haa. a : and LTA. Fralelgh, were announced. This will phtccj
Ibly which began the same day Bank of Stark, note Fair- for several-'days before beingdiscovered : trouble 'Th'Berries touched him
following. John Martin packs con returning to their respective homesafter' them :where
)will 16. banks Home Co....;.. .. 269.7 by turpentine worker they Were In 1032-39.
continue through Aug. siderable for seven bits and five ,
r wallop and seems to passes th-quarterly meeting of the I before the ten per cent cut ,that y J Jwas
toga are being held at Stetson A. D. ,Hutaon, repairing Officer here believe the man while Given but hit.
enough of his Tallahassee gave up department held In St ,Augustine
veralty.lerate.. IIgbt'' meter .___.U____.. 3.50 was killed at some other place and Suggs' undoing started In the fifth ? I In effect last year,
prospects to Invest a lot of Th board member told W. E.
to this assembly were The !Texas Co., 2 barrels brought to the lonely pot where I an Ex-Governor's mansion there. innings. .Beck was out at first and Bryant.-proprietor of the cafe that I Mr. Laconby one of the new addition

red by the various organl- lubricating oils._": .!____ 47.83 the body was dumped. They can I Friends of Claude Pepper are Redgrave flied out. Then Rowell while.DO fund were available at to the faculty was formerly ,

one i of the church private In.dual. Quigley! A Davis supplies_, 1.70 ascribe no motive for foul play, but j confident that his recent defeat smacked a sharp single Over second the present time for hardsurfaclng Miss ,,Jessie Lee Dowllng of Lake
and their Morse Co. say it Is apparent the man was Butler. Sine her marriage she haa
some will pay Fairbanks sup- and Sparkman eame.tb.l'ougb ,
I rim the race for the United States the road to theState;; Farm, they
expenses by securing sub- plies .._._..__...,,._____ 7.63 slain.'' .I Senate places him I na strong position with another Carter worked did have,' some equipment which been 'living In the New River sec..
|pUona to the Witness J. O.: Co. sup- i i j; tion.
Baptist Christopher ; aa a contender in the next race Suggs for a walk and then along could be-used fdr the of
i delegates were transported *plies _______T,___*-___- a.< a for '\'Governor. cam Jimmy Ritch. With two purpose Mr*. Kincald, another new addition .
Claude makes no keeping It in better condition, and i
Und by Mrs. E. L; Bigg, the Starke Telephone Co.' telephone '" 1* from Cattlesburg, Ky., and ,
Gray, Urges' StudyOfAmen'dments statement, but he Is young, aggressiv away and the count two and three this work. would be begun in'the
C. B. Price and EL C.'Priest Light Planta.8.80; sand has his ,,eye.. land ear.open. Rltch ''took, a !nasty cut and the near future., was formerly Miss Jeannette' Duriden ,
I !those who will go to DeLand Carl Johns, salary for July. 40.00 ball sailed leisurely over the right of Tampa..

transport them home are C. A. Carl Johns treasurer;! pay-' On field fence for a two-bagger. Jones One local citizen offered to furnish Other business attended to at
f several '
tot and A. J. Thomas. ment of two';'' $1,000.00 Harold Cola ''of, St. 'Augustine whiffed and, 'the scoring.' was hi. automobile to carry theboard this meeting of the 'board waa'a
se attending from Starke bonds due July 1. and 18 stopped temporarily,. member i over the road under follow!I' ;
.... close to the .
Rev.' and ______J2.WO.OO -' present administration, discussion, they could see C. C. Butler .
Mrs. .C. Bh Price, coupons @ $30.00 The Berries came back In the fol- was appointed trustee .
L A. M. Darby Mr. G. A. An- r_: 1 Bay! Voter Should Read Suggested : a full-fledged colonel'and popular just how bad it 'wa*., This proposition of New River' School to fill vacancy
Miss Ethel':Moore Misses Change. Before. :' In many quarters baa .been Intro .(Continued on Page 5)) however,\ wa politely but caused by resignation of A.
ROAD NO. 88 WILL BE duced to audiences aa "our next firmly refused.'
i Hemingway :Miss Clarice NovemberThis E. Sapp. ,
11m. Hazel Crews Kin Fan- KEPT IN, CONDITION -' Governor.! The Florida ,Motor Second Move Made I It 1* understood that delegations. H. D. May was given' a contract t'

Sllcox Miss .Pauline Priest.. that issue of the Telegraph car Lines do not operate a bus to Tallahassee from $ aglel', Putnam'and Volu to furnish wood for.Starke School'at
Assurance the unpaved
portion but Harold could
iR.. A. Thomas Julian Griffis ries the seven proposed.amendments probably sla Counties met the board at St. $3 par cord wood to be racked +.
I Hugh Walters. of Highway No. 28 from Shell to the State Constitution in wheedle pass on the'Blue Line if In (] iuJ-up'Plans I Augustine and asked for comple at the school house.
Bluff to Bunnell.would be kept to he found h* had to make a trip. ,
lion of Everett
/ accordance with law which requires I hardsurfaclng on State Norman waiirranted' u
traveling condition, despite In Tallahassee the
REVIVAL MEETINGS good their publication in one names you Road 28.) per month for transportation for. err
the fact that funds are not now hear most frequently'are Col. '
i series of revival metlngs will available for its completion has newspaper in each county. W. Council Appoint Commlttaev his children until bus begin for. 1 ;
C, veteran Leon '
|in Sunday night, August 12 at been Gov Dave Sholtz, Secretary of State< R. A. Gray Hodges County Confer With Owners Of Unsanitary HINSON: .ALMOST WELL Stark School. ,
given by Senator and nominee for '
f o'clock, at the New River Bap- to the Daytona' Beach has said that voters will find It presidency Building( O.. W., Hlnson,, chairman of the Board decided to eliminate the
according of the Senate at the next
[Church. The Rev. James Lyle .' helpful to familiarize themselves session Bradford County Board of County trustees of Lawtey colored school
Chamber of Commerce.Highway D. '
r of the Lawtey Baptist with the amendments and remember ; Cary Landls attorney gen The second step In the City Commissioners, who ha been ill The matter of transportation for
No. 28, which Is a shortcut eral Nathan I
rob, will do the preaching. them by numbers., It la the ; Mayo, commissioner Council' movement to improve In a local hospital for several Jeff Lewis' children was postponed
to the East Coast from Lake of ,
>ces first time tn the history -tIf: the agriculture; Col. J. M. Lee.comptrollt11' conditions weeks;>ls for the '
will be held every night. City through Palatka is paved to and sanitary within the city reported improving, and present l ;
er will be held on the grounds, Shell Bluff. state, he said that proposed con road! ; Chester: Tread. limit, ,was taken Tuesday night 1(1' expected that be will returnto N. D. Green was before 1k.board'' "

y, August 19. at which time Governor.Sholts. said that stitutional amendments will be way. department bead* when a committee waa appointed bW horn In Hampton the latter in behalf of the children: west of 1
who '
I church roll call will take place, pleted before his term of office ex- numbered. Over In Lake City: !i they, aregrooming to confer,with T. T. Long., county part... ..- tJM. week. Mr. Hlnson's Hellbronn Spring, request wa* for

'would The seven proposed change Fred Con and good authority I sanitation engineer, and try to per. many'.friend* will be glad to learn footway or Improvement to road. '
th link be
he compires -
CEMETERY hoped bad which will go before the voter : states he' will, .be.. In the suede persons who do'not have of his Improvement and to know T. T, Long aa4''Work Director
WORKING stated that he requestedthe ,
?e New River beed tokeep on November 4, will be the great- race. sewerage or sanitary toilet to install 'that nwill room be able to resume Register conferred with the board
cemetery will State Highway Department eat 'Dumber of amendments ever Peter Tomasello, former Speakerof them while his duties. to the
Wednesday they msy.pe,, had on this important county relative sanitary,condition
15. AUare the road..1D good traveling
Aug. tha'Hou** whoa vote defeated .t
I submitted to the electorate of at the present low price. I board.' t.; (Continued
Interested condition Road will be on Page B).
are urged by I ; equipment Florida at one time. the famed House Bin 175: and A .
delegation from the Bradford
r L.
O. Hemingway to.come 'kept on the spot.,, he stated and Because of the great-Dumber of created a'dramatic moment IA the County Health Committee-
frequent scraping will be done.' closing hours of the last session I Is '
proposed amendments. Gray said the
pearfore council and Speed Denies
he bad numbered the sever Joint generally .believed-to be a candidate urged that Immediate action betaken Harvey Crooning Charge. I

resolution submitted to the voter .. Many think however' that
In this matter sine condition
No ''
el 1 Ford "Two Hours HereIn h1 campaigned too early and bas ,.Uncertain'Term.Uaeclln'. Interview i4
Spent by the IBM; Legislature and bad In some parts of town were ,
asked the county; e---Io( of lost., rather 'than gained.prestigedace described, publl0.nutancei '
as .
Talkative' :Mood Cafe :'Man Says the last Speed... ,Harvey fireball ,artist .rut .
the state to retain the number and Legislature) _.Also appearing before the council Klngsley, practicing.: : 'the uyy
the order of the proposed amend. 'J'be name of Btat Senator. at this meeting was a commute without* Stark Strawberries, la latMt song,hit*. '

t Hartoaan, proprietor of a, tbe' 'cafe man said' and told his mats on the general etoctioa bal Turner Butter and C. P, Durranc ,, from tile local baMball'. club having I *.hi*' troubles;,,' Jf'Wa' *, bad When the owed r

de eaUa&, pIace".r the name In spite of the protests of his of Jacksonvltl are often advanced r.que.tlag a donation in' order to Telegraph 8ped'art
nough when h* bad to have his '
111 limits I be amendment' ,numberone Neither have mad a statement but ". : .:o. ._ / Wednesday afternoon to con-
or. town, declare, bodyguard: who add It,wouJ< carry: as Stark, league activitiesfor
> Edael Ford son of the 'mfl-! against his father" wI II.... would reduce the DUmber"Of no doubt If they felt' th* call'sufficiently another month. H C Wail Jf.8tmbrir tonsita nq ed **vral'day."ago.but firm the report what cam* "back

r. automobile manufacturer; Mr.'Hartman say: that u> orderto Judicial circuits to fifteen the 1085Legislature Insistent they< "could be and J.' B.. Alexander received lt::.**< much','won<' when' anarttel over ''the wire when we. asked to>
to -th
r*guest at his place for severalnight convince him of Ford' Identity, being directed to provide bad"' a $29 check for their trouble *appeared l In Tuadur.'ack- speak crooner" might haw.
Tuesday: 'I his guest showed him to their automobile for the new division of t estate Flrey Pat, Whitakr, former In appearing biters the council\ and sonyill*.*.Journal'accusing his _b : "low humming", but It,aoundd tii i

t. Hartma. eay hat the i which contained two machine into court circuit State Senator of,Tampa, defeatedIn showing th. numbers: what valu- fuot-threeneop of turning"croonet." : more, likomthinr. gone bad

iar Ford, with a bodyguard .... and several pistols. The Number two would exempt the last election but always a able publicity' the city wa getting. .wrong .t.a' longshoremancon; -\t-' ,

t Ito m.n. arrived .t his place i car'>Itself was one of the ..IderFonr. homestead from taxation.other man to be reckoned wit, I Ia looked. frouglt. rUclpauoa in league Thu* *pak.. the.'Journal. :' v*'M. .to ,b.d/ ... "
t :
9:00: dclock than from special assessment for upon aa logical candidate parties INuleb 1l.' up about to die
"anal remained popular model' It was 14.TIIe '.rt I"ooI\"r /Speed Harvey has not worked and
two. hours. 1 party tad a fourth memberwho benefits,' up. to a 1 evaluation of uiariy if the present administration f ,?, a, ,'&. ..*a'\Called for some.tJ.me. a* he recently bad that they la the go and "put .thing like s
place ,
P Ford was in his for I must have been familiar with $ .OOO. should make a few slip and A general city lctloo was call his tonsil, removed,''which. It 1st whn bDcain paper Speed howled

time before he mad known I this part of the state Mr.Hartman Number three would repeal become GlOM or lea unpopular' and ed by' Mayo W.J:. Mlddtoton to beheld Uved.t will materially In calm noun to'

B lUty, the cafe proprietor II said for .h* asked the distance to statewide .prohibition and provide then attempt to groom a candidate Tu *day, September ,11, forth hi* arm., which, ha given coasld-all! Ue peak why plain Yudout Englishif* a- i'
and had >letterheads. busin Xak and said that they. for ''county- option on the liquor to succeed Ute present chief executive. of : ; -even. .know ,,what I .
and ** I Klngsley: .. purpose electing a mayor; arable. trouble this eson. How the word ........** '
other means of kteatta- Intended totry to find a piac to question.i.:i tare aldrmenf combined
ODe '
.vr. pprenenalon I Is felt 011. is'
,e by., rY4 j Itcay nM I.M-1aI&tIf.1'; .'0asId1si"Mttpd '. ., Nuasber' four would make It un- T. Q.FuteJa'Of.p. I clerk treasurer, tae ......r.and fan that w*' wtl 1jc.a| among tins. '1 1vised ContinuQu./ *, definition* hollow ,I ,'to like:mak. a, _I'"

seems that titlrypminer'Public ; 1 1a ;:.... I i 1Jf.r .''I""V for'grand juries to b* dent of tn*:Senate .MS-to M>.'' tax collector; and on marshal.-y,'< \ sgpi_ ,t1yecas round; cattle' Jj"Aosd :
*.., ad'4ai" 4q't.!'a i'eA(15d A I
tou'to eaMrlta .aeon ID eederto oh.t1a eo4 ... '
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to :UMX ptseem] rlnrinr.and of
'1. jlnsyestor election ar.te>i 1I., ; :!JII" .-i9 .Ji;,
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CIpiDIaQ C bI. fa' .' uaineMC the cafw5 .'' Tie1yotniger .......iwttetnwnt except la Nsw' ,then omBM H',... ... bar.
1bode1 wtosobu. andtr, J.' Fortt .'.Ut"TBatarUy.isBSd ; capital cs: *. where It *tin would Sam Oatant feus'its.-ft** 1.rr4 .... YmetntAharh. rot; dape<, that now;,5pe.4)wjUbear j .,atj.T t P- Htit '\: "' (I l laided. '.J"" ',,,
1 sa,. that lie I II asked: to'hav.t \&88I1'oI money b* tIcaarr' : for .
I lOUt t tMOn and,ordered. lUteraBy 01. th* rerrMBJMsita ML' lately and I* finding Jt difficult; to outset at 75* add hour (or cutting Xtngakqr .Lake at night. I 1' ? 't' .
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L10.** .-:"* offered:ky tferoc4s. >de :f.Number,frr-would provid*.,lot hear, tile r eallKona; &" '
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fti Telegraph By S Dedal Writers Live Community Happenings Items Us by Must Tues. NoonBROOKER h-

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his home in Tampa after an extended tare,' Helen and Dorothy, were HIGHLAND
GRAHAM Mrs H. M. Me- MU Ihelna Mhodvn. Correspondent .In. W. A. Tyler. ('..r"'.,.,
I visit with his uncle, John guests ot.MrIlWld M. B. Crew. ('..rr..poBiliit > "d., .,
MIN Se,. taalaer, Corrr.poadene Jtlr... I., ('. Smith. 'orr..p..t Reynolds. Ho was accompanied; Rae SaturdaysMr Mrs H.. C. Wtmberly,. Jr., Miss Mrs. Mary Kits: returned to her Miss Dorothy Swanbom inn!
BROOKEK DEBATES SUBJECT.: Mr. and Mr-H'nry: Elites and home by his cousin Calvin Star- ; and Mrs.'B. M. McRaa and Beth Wimberly and Miss Patty home In Jacksonville Tuesday,after Tuesday for a visit In Ft. Myer.
TRUCKS",'family; A. A. Youngblood and son daughter Gwendolyn of Pine Lev Miss Jean Tyler and Miss Eunir
"RAILROADS VERSUS:! ling.Leon Wimberly were in Starke Thursda.yafternoon. spending a few days here with hereon
Arthur and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Doran spent last
was a debate at the I Vester and grandsons Parrlsh spent Wednesday el were week In
There school house last Friday Earl Altman of Waldo, were visiting night with his cousin Curtis A. Harnag4 Sunday afternoon., D. L. Kite, who has been 111, clenny.Mr. .
Brooker Railroads Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson at 'children Mrs. N. T. Green and children Mr., and Mrs J C. Jones last and
evening: "Resolved: That the Venice Sampson City. Mrs. :){ and Thursday here with relatives.J. Mrs. L. P. Jarvis of f,
I Are More Beneficial Than Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of were guests of her parents, Mr. spent. W. Grlffis O. P. Grlffls. E. week received word of the deathof hokee .attended church here ftj,
Trucks and Buses." The speakerswere Norman Johns of the Hellbronn the Fort Harley section were visitors and Mrs, J. D. Reddish Sunday. Prescott Cecil Hardee, J. F. Grif- his brother, Oliver 'Jones, of day.

ai follows: For afflmatlve Springs school factulty spent the here Friday afternoon W. H. Carter and Luther Woodleof fis and C. B. Cannon were visitorsto Tampa.Mr. Rev. E. L. Hicks filled his
side H. B. Wiggins L. R. Waters' week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis aid daughter Sandy Lane spent the weekendat Starke Saturday.Mr. and Mrs Jim Thomas and lar appointment at Odas Sunday ren
and Ivan Hazen; for the negative, Mrs. L. D. Johns. Irene, and Mrs. :Heater Drew of Palatka. and Mrs.. Melvin .Prescott Harley Thornton were visitors to Earnest Wells of Lawtey wai'
side, T. B. Plnholster, L. A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon of Hockley Texas, motored to Jack- H. H. Keene and son Vanlce, visited relatives In Lawtey Satur- Baker County last week and were this section Friday.
and O. E. McOauiey. ,Starke were visiting Mrs. Rlgdon's sonville Wednesday.Mr. and Harney Edwards and J. C. day and Sunday. accompanied home by Rev. Walter Regular services will be hn
The decision was given In favor 'sinter, Mrs. Ellis Starling, Wednesday and Mrs. Walton Young- Sapp who are working at Glen St. H. C. Wimberly spent the weekend Sapp. here next Sunday and SUnda
of the negative side. After the debate night. blood and family of Wauchulawere Mary's spent the week-end here. here with his family.Mr. There will be prayer meeting at night and quarterly, confer
Ice cream was sold for the Mrs. Cary Starling and childrenof visiting his brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grover of and Mrs. M. L. Crews of the arbor Friday night.DOUBLE Sunday morning. All member t,
benefit of playground equipment. Ziff were visiting Mrs. Kate sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. Umatllla are spending this week the State Farm visited his father asked to attend.
There was a large attendance and Starling Sunday. McKenzie, Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs. J. A., Harnage. F. M. Crews, here Saturday., RUN Friends of Mrs. J. C. Dixon a er
everybody reported a good time. Rev. C. C. Luther of New River Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal of Joe Dobbs and little daughter, Mt. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green 'grieved to hear of her death Wed
formulated for a appointment at here Violet, and :Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Rai- Jtlt.. HootM llrwwn, CorrewpAnilent nesday after
Plans are being filled his regular Sampson City were visitors and children of Starke spent Sun- a long Illness s
like occasion In the near future. the Christian Church (Sunday morn- Saturday.Mrs. ford were visiting at the home of day here with Mrs. Green's mother, Mr. Earl Johns of Chlpley was was in Georgia with her mother,
ing and evening. Nlta Padgett and children' J. A. Harnage Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly. the guest of his parents, Mr. and the time of her death. :Mrs. rju|
PERSONALHMinn Mrs. Maud Surrency" visiting of Chlcfland are spending several Clarence Harnage of Clermont Miss Beth Wimberly, Miss Ethel Mrs. Lum Johns, this week-end. was a resident of this section for
Mildred Morgan anent last her daughter Mrs. Mack McKenzie days with her mother Mrs. Kate spent the week-end at the home of Ricks, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Car- Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Jarvis of Pa- longtime and made many frieni(
week-end in Hampton with :Misses at Hart Haven. Starling. Mr. and Mrs: A. Harnage.Mrs. son Griffls and C. B. Dupree visitedIn hokee are visiting her parents, Mr. .
Willie Mae and Okie Hlnson. Mrs. John Reynolds and son M. R. C. Groover of Miami is Gainesville unday. and Mrs. O. L. Brown." At noon, the temperature of I tli
H. P. Gainey and son. Everette, T., are spending few days in GUM BRANCH spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. E. Prescott and son Fred- Brantley, who has been moon is hotter than boiling wale
were attending to business in Valdosta Fairfield the guests of Mrs. Albert Cur. I Mrs. J. A. Harnage. erick, spent Monday with Mrs. R. Jerry but falls to several hundred d
Sties KlUulirth ".rnas. visiting here, left Tuesday for
Ga., last week. Rhames. There will be prayer meeting at D. Prescott and family. I grees below zero at night
Church services were held at the Mrs. John Strickland and family Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Andersonof the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur I Stuckey, Ga -
Baptist Church by the Rev. G. E. of Hellbronn Springs were visitingher Brooker are spending some time Alvarez Friday night. i Spares that attack potatoes, tomatoes Mrs. Lester Hall of Cltra is i' Three marriages. find Mrs. Ro
McGauley lot Sunday.Mr. / mother, Mrs. Arthur Brough-, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. There will be Sunday School at and fruit crops travel spending some time here with bElr' Moorhead of El Dare ill., It t,
and Mrs.. W. D. Webb and.ton Tuesday. II. Keene. Mr. and Mrs T, N. Norman's Sun- through the air at a height of ap- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Mor with the same name, as she marled
daughter. Betty- Jo, are spending I Randolph Reynolds returned to Mrs. T, N. Norman and'daugh day afternoon at 4.00: o'clock. proximately 18,000 feet. gan. three brothers.

1 a id Y8 Jacksonville Beach

with O. friends W. Barry and was relatives.attending to "KEEPING UP WITH THE TON SES"---Al Gives A Frinedlv Warning ---By POP l\IOl\IAND.l|

business in Valdosta, Ga., last

a Thursday.Mrs. /, = SAW &LMSIit WHEW:: us's.STR04& :I'LL.! BeT TM' X AiKfr DOME ,.."" ..';..1.'fJi"
Sally Mott and Miss :Mary I L.IPT A CMAI 'MIS WAY THAT HAS SAILOR ALL RIGHT: se(?<=,eA snCAM THIS CWIS,5.1CE'' lI
4 Mott spent last week In Valdosta, I GOT x CNotT Ste.@M Q.Ex 10. QET ME.OP DO THAT STUNTIP WAS A '
IT- IT'S fix, MAKETh OH,..Caela KID
w Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins spent V MORIS OF A TRICK AMD A THAT RUMT.SQUIRT.. wTli' t '-"
Sunday here as guests of Mr and X. TMAM IT LOOKS-.. WBAK t-IIMO- e 4 rt .' k ...
Mrs. W.. D. Webb. A PI2RTTYT J ,14
There will be a cemetery working Ap1uww ...........,
at' New Hope cemetery next r -

Wednesday and Thursday August ouweYe+ iu rlr r
IS and 16. Everybody who Is Interested lrr ? i
Is asked to come and help ob
with this work. T
Ft Mr and Mrs. H. B. Crosby are Ill I y fl'ril ,
of a baby girl, : 1t 1
h the proud parents Y 144'
born July 28. Mrs.!, Crosby and ( )
baby are at.the home of her parents -
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p In Greensboro.Mr .
and Mrs. Steve Brannen and *apt.er TM A...+I N ma..) vv
Mrs. Josephine Stuart of 'Lake
Butler. spent Sunday here withi
I, ;';., J. :J. Morgan, -Mrs. Morganand THE FAl\JIIY--NEXT DOOR Proof Lacking I IMX I

a son Clarence, accompaniedthem '_ .
a home to spend a few days -
Mrs.. Belle Thomas and daugh
t ter, Anna Belle,"''of Orlando, who a Thai 8T06 e MAYOR THCV I
have been spending a while here AAfiI 11115 A LCM up TO "we Moci, WHIT TO tEAY2
1 with ber sister, Mrs..Alice Thomas, nice ,etoRV Now woI oeR u AND ENQ TNERiPINY I* WrMLB TWMKPPY j ae
have returned home t WfN40LI>j WNAT MOt1ev fl0ESN'f SQMe. Ndttio( ,
y Mr. and Mrs., L. H.: Futch of [!J R .ON W/Tit .

j Lawtey were visiting her parents, rr
Mr: and Mrs. P A. Crosby, Satur- .1 1l

day. k e

ft I 1
Ml... Ada NlmmOk C'orreopnttdviit

n At a business meting of the B. Y.
P. U:; last Sunday evening the following
officers were elected:
President, Mills Alta Rhamee,;
I vice-president A. L. Johnson: secretary
and*treasurer, Earnest Morgan l
; Bible readers leader, Mrs. As' .
s' Johnson: cholrster and pianist,

.,, Mrs. Jessie Wilson; group captain,,
Woodrow Hicks; corresponding. '

secretary,..Mrs. W. Hicks.Committees L: .,e .
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Program.-.-Mias Alta Rhames 'MAIN'
and Woodrow Hicks. By L. r. 'i f.
MAmbership- -A. L. Johnson and -

:i Ada Illsnlono.ry Nlmmo. --- Earnest Morgan .iPnttu :Uttz' '* Ju THE a EXPQE49 STOPPED MAN CMEa. 60 CALLLMtLi' 11REMEM8Ei ',"e YES CMID-IT OI'4EONE* HAD ( __ MAIN Sr j

Doris Hicks ) d
and MAIM Tr2eeT S "
Instruction--MrA A. 1NEY earCXPBESS E
end: Mn. A. J. Wilson. LAST 'TiMe T+Ei
Social -* Doris Hicks, Alta SEE WHAT iH:'Y'lE( ,MAN,. RUN RIGHT OVER
Rhames and Mildred Johnson. CUROSITY ON QiTTIN' WAS TH EIn. ? AN' TAKE A D q, tl // -
B. Y P. U. will render q -
at the Hampton
a program
Baptist Church next Sunday eve liLT THE ouT FOOL / I Ex

'% ning. Everybody" Is invited. 0 T -.

rte >i>ceaess! .MAM ____________ F'HEAvEn'S

?H! r Miss Floy Greene LOCALS of Miami Is the Tornb AT'YYCSTaOQCf e 9wt+y _ .__ Tfl TH'AkESI

i guest of her grandmother Mrs. I. WITH,, A

J. Priest, and aunt, Mrs. Jessie .-0b .." f A CANT -
Wilson this ___ .' SU't
t J.: W; Nimmo, Miss Ada Nlmmo I MtUSMBOW.: ._ -- .
and Mrs. Mattie A. Ward were visiting 1 OF UNDtCS IM'
friends and relatives in Ala- I e TAtb euaa 'rose '

chua': County' last Sunday. 145'MISlOLe"T0.d .. ,
Iris Brown of Gainesville was a k1otowS.'T) Fw
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business visitor her this week. ,
Miss Kathryn Weest left last -. -- --

Thursday for Philadelphia where: r DOROTHY DARNTTI'LLTAKC
she will visit relatives and friends McMan


Miss Annie Collins Is visiting In MY CIMTOAFBIO WIIA. A Youa,
Alabama this week. MCAUSS THlMGft ARK BOUND UP TO-OAf 3wEEre
Mrs. C. A Blrt and children were To 0L BETTS N MMLL STiIE$ 1e ON FHEDNONE :
guests of Mrs. W. P. Blrt oGainesville t I TOOAVrAGE
last Sunday. ti.I .
if. Z. Sullivan and family of
:Miami have ben visiting Mr.. But .
livan's mother, Mrs.*Josephine Sul

livan.E. o ro
sf. Morris of South Florida re 0 .r'I"
turned to his home this week aftera
visit with friends and relatives i

here. ,.

Although her husband was con
ventionally attired. Mrs.-- Cora I Ir
Viola Balls Schaeffer of Jefferson

g City, Mo., wore seersucker trousers

,,4 ,married, sweater and tam. when she was : : i

kinds ol
There are 229 different +
.. "tortoise and turtles.,'Including land, :. .. Oj 1,

'. ? freshwater... .and.marine. --. ."'species......"..': .?:$I';v- :".::'.'''J- '' 'i..i i i'''.''J.J' ...-W.b. ,,'s..o? 'r,(!!'a.w' t,,7; ":(.y'l'.'rets.xr ,.{;lllp'y.; ". '.. / :

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- AMAZE A MINUTESCIENTIFAC'FS Park Trammell! and Ma bride the A Joint Resolution Proposing: anAnaen.Imuat A Joint Resolution Proposlnfr to '/
I to Article 10 of LOs Amend Section, 24 of Article HI of
farmer: Mrs. Beatrice :Mesmer of ConHtltution of the Mtat, of Flnr- the Constitution of the State. of
LIVE STATE NEWSNews .::- BY ARNOLD Lakeland left for a honeymoontrip Ida. by .A.htl,1&, Thereto an Additional KlorlilH' ilelut log to County andI1Inl..llnl f
*t-iiou( to Be Known as :\ (luvernentu.
] .' po'L to the Virginia mountains following "HecHon ,7'. Relating' to Jloinestend H. It Mesolved. 'C* ,'the l.ealxlflture

their surprise wedding.here. And l x.pUon., of the ",... ef Flwrlilat

of Florida in Short Paragraphs ; The ceremony was performed earlyin lie It 1t..I....... BIT the Ieaslatnreof | That Section 84 of Article HI of
tao Stale nt Florida
the Constitution I *
MiLlS OF TOADS/ o the State: of
evening by the Rev. C. A. That the following amendment to Florida relating$ to county and municipal

Ties tWittWAY ALOHA UPPER. 5. g Raymond pastor of the Presbyterian Article lOot the Constitution of government* be and the same
the State of Florida relating' to ts liereoy amended, anil as amended
-- -_ -_- ---. Kt.sviisLMs.OivaoslTysMa$ Church here but announcement homestead 'and exemptions' by add I IN agreed to and shall be sub '
was withheld for several ing* thereto an additional l Mectlonto milled to the elector' of the Stale' .
Iff CQVBMB POll A VMTAMC Of be known of Florida the
hours. as ".ellon 7" provid at lleneral Election
H1WTHOKNIQ STARTS BUDGETS OVfR TIN MU WITH MKUOM4 lag that .". assessment for any of Representatives to be held In
BOB ev* broke TALLAHASSEE: Fred c. OP TOAM MMRATMa$ 19 Htate or County or Municipal. taxation IH34 for approval or rejection. Said,
Line station Elliott state director. has MMNEft DEATH OF TREESWEWAHITCHKA shall b. 'levied upon the homestead Section 14 of Article' III. a* amended
Seaboard budget LAND fM Till WWTM. be and the same I. h.r..by"lfr" ihall read aa follows! -
to the teat week and reed started preliminary work on Flor- -One of the ." to and shall be submitted to'' Section 24. The Legislature shall

t Hawthorne number of articles taclud-, ida's budget for each of' the fiscal largest cemeteries in the world is the Florida qualified for ratlfkntlon electors I : of or the rejection State I nt ..atabllsh an uniform system of

a safe it was reported by years 1935-36 and 1936-37. Acting located near here. It Is a burying In the general. election to be held on which county' shall and b municipal* applicable. government, except In -

office of Sheriff ..P..Bamsey, under authority of' the state budget ground of water eighty square the Monday first In Tuesday November after, A. the D, 1914 first, cases for counties where. local or special I law I

-' commission, Elliott Is preparing miles In extent, holding thousandsof that Is to say, there xhall be added LegIslature that are may provided b* Inconsistent by the ,I

DOUBLED forms and Instructions to guide all dead cypress trees. The bare to Article 10( of the Constitution of therewith. The Legislature. shall by I'J
.v coLLECTIONS trunks and branches of the trees the State of Florida reltttln to general law cl..lty. cities. and
/ of Tax Co1tor state departments and agencies in homestead. and exemptions, an ad town according to population, and
/BABTOW-Becords Henderson's office making known their monetary stick nut above the clear depts of .ditional. Moctlon tn be known asMectloii shall I by general: law provided for :

Paul needs of the two-year period. the watw. which Is familiarly read 7' of follows soleS, Article, whiehshall their Incorporation government. ju .
than twice u a* :
hoW i that more collected last known here as Dead Lakes. The Section 1. There shall bfl exempted ilege under; powers stith, duties classifications and priv, t'u

money was lakes for from an) taxation other than and no spuclul or local law
ueb GOOD EXERCISE provide fishing grounds Incor I

outb. as In the corresponding pe- MIAMI-one Legionnaire is ''al- : many sportsmen In this section. special every head HMNessmunts of a family for. benefits who I la, to a $porating for their cities government or towns jurisdiction, providing ; :

ad for 1933. The figures are6i,58638 ready en route to Miami and the : The cause: of' the cypress trees cltlaen of and resides. 'In the State. of l.oWere.duties' anil privilege shall ,,
and 529.928.67.GRANTED Florida the homestead as defined In be passed hv the LerflNlature.
American Legion national conven dying never has been established. Article. 10 of Otto Constitution nf Appioved June 6, 19J.1: ,
tion. He Is James Montreal Gordon No one living here .remembers the State of Florida" up to the valuation *
APPEAL of 15.OUO( ( (it a) provided however NO. SIX
Chlppewa IndIan. who left when they were alive. that I the title' to said hntnestcail A JOINT RESOLUTION
TALLAHASSEE-Four Broward 1 Gordon nay l>e vested In such head A Joint
Bayfleld August by canoe. Reaolutlon
sentenced to elee- of a family or In his 'lawful,, wife Proposing
aunty negroes. advised convention officialshe __ BACK IN PRISON 'ceiling' upon such homestead or' Amendment to Article IX of the '
conviction of the Constitution of the State of Flor
racutlon for expects to bring his canoe into SMALL RAIFORD Robert Manners, In both. ida Relative. to Taxation and Finance -
MEASUREA Approved May S7, 1033
urder of Robert M. Dorsay. near Biscayne Bay by October 21, the nerving a six-year term for break. to Bo Known all Suet lull 14

wpano a year ago, were granted to the session of A SCtlNnl'lC 1N&T1W.) Ing and after of Article IX.
by the Supreme day prior opening HAS MCN MVISIDWMICN entering imposed he NO. THREE lie. It "...oh'.1 ky ....> legislature -'
other appeal the convention. -. WIU. was arrested at West Palm Beach A JOINT RKHOLUTION ..( the Mtato of Florida it
jjurt. Oral argument on the ap- i XUMOOTOOP 'n'OVIAI4IJ111I11 last year with valuable jewelry In A Joint Resolution; Proposing; ; the That the following amendment to
set by the court for Sep- Amendment of Article XIX of the' Article IX of the Constitution of
eal! MADE EASY TO REACH A MILUQMTH', $ Of.AM: his possession. was back in the Constitution of Florida Relating the State of Florida to be known -

ember 11. APALACHICOLA This old J21.!:! State Prison Farm last week after to Prohibition. a* Section 14 of salil I Article IX.i"be)
II. It HemiHed. lir the Legislature and the. same I ii hereby arreed to -
bottled 110 and
fishing town up for, escaping remaining at large
and shall b
of Oh. mate ..r KlurhUiThat suhmllted to the eleo-
BRINGING IN CATTLE years. Is about to emerge from Its SUN-BATHS 'for ten days. Prison officials said Article XIX of the Conatitution tore of the Stateof Florida' nt the
JACKSONVILLE!-Thirty thou- Isolation. Engineers are weavinga : Manners climbed over a back fence' of the State of Florida, h... and Uenaral flfst, Election to be held on the '\4
additional beef cattle will be A 4PCCNHOUH MT OM SMrmO TO __ of the the aetna Is hereby amended HO a.I Tuesday after the first Monduv -
md bridge of steel, wood and concrete Il TATS vwrs" ) The SUM HA. .MN MM* IN BOSTON farm July, 19 while he was to read an. follows In November. 1034, for ratifica.

rought into Florida from the I which will span the six mile TO MMfM TteJ ? TO S TSA MONTH OP OIICM'DI.m I performing some duty as a trusty.He ARTlCUffl XIX lion or rejection. '

ought{ stricken areas of the Mlde ln.neean In Hlffhwav No.. 10.-the was captured at a Jacksonville Section. 1. The Board of County' "HeelIon. 14 For a period of fif nt
__ __________ teen years from the beginning of '
H. E. Goodwin. director (Commissioners
West I Gulf Coast Scenic Highway-and Beach dance pier. of each County In operation motion picture
r commodity distribution for' the release Apalachicola from behind I I CATCHES HAWK "FELLOWSHIP"' FISH FRY .... every I the. Htatn.two, not vosi-s.oftener onnn. than fh" .once....11...In. ert and ulitnta which nbull !>. .t.hii.h-. J
This will Sound judgment Is the ground of tlon of :; in this State on or art.rUjl1ly -
lorida says. the natural carries of water on the' on"'fo"rthnr'ti- reiclstered ; ;i \Kt. Jim.
OCOEE-When a hawk catchesa TAMPA-All Including all lands bulldInnrH.
candidates in the voters of : -
total to 60,000 head for writing well.-Ros ommon.NO'.CI any County shall call : :
the chattel
side and sand hllla utilised In
ring one on .
shifting and conneillon -
chicken, its bad but its not news. June 8. primary whether elected provide for an elHdlon' In the thmewlth, and all

Florida the other. When that hawk catches Its third or: defeated are being invited to be 01' APPLICATION FOR County to decide. In which whether application. the sale I I.of made intozicating terial, '* going Into the finished raw products ma.-. '

< B MiBia chicken and then gets caught by a the guests of Mrs. Hortense K. Notice III. T..n: ":D liquor, wines or beer well" of surh Ihw studio and plants, a*
SAFETY lIONTIiTALLAHASSEEGov. hor.by si veil, that n. W. shall be HH finished products. or
BUS FARES CUT that l Id Wells Democratic Haien hold.. prohibited therein. the fll-iM) hill
twelve-year-old girl, well National Committeewoman r of Tit" Certificate question to be Pempr from ..II.ad
Sholtz, TALLAHASSEE! The State something else. Virginia Paul August 11 at Fisherman's No: 5t'9Ir.8'1r.1: ; day: of Ana-nut, majority of those voting determined' hy a vnlnrem: taxation, except that no ax..ntpttnyi
claiming August as "save-a-life A. I). ) ; Bald eertirlcnt: lion calluil: at the elec- which shall become effec
Railroad Commission has ordered under this
just twelve years old, chased and Paradise 'Tor a "fellow' In my office and made. application election. Section, which tive by virtue nf this Amendment
mth. has urge4 Florida cities toass both the Florida Motor Linen. and fur tax deed shall be conducted In th" shall extend.
to l lecue thereon beyond the 1941.
caught a two and a quarter pound ship" fish fry. "Ttiis Is not In any In manner. prescribed, bv law for holdInir year
ordinances requiring inspecti ocorditnca with law. Said certifi The exemption herein' authorised.
the Union Bus Company to reduce hawk which had robbed her chicken sense a 'political' meeting" Mrs. "..t. embraoffH' the following) d.. under general .elections.. itleot ions. shall not apply to real estate own- .
and licensing of motor vehicles their passenger bus fares between Wells acrlbed property situated Hrad Section shall be held. eil. by such motion picture'
ysrd, for the third time each stated "but a Democratic WWI within sixty, day. from the time of studios
owed to operate on their streets. ford County Florida, Went and plants except the real '
Tampa and St. Petersburg from $1 presenting. said : estate' cxiiiipltMl -
time getting away with a fryingsize get-together to have a good time 110 feet of Fractional Block 17 In application, but If ( I as the location required, to lhouse l-
He suggested that vehicles be re- to 65 cents. At the same time the and Ward City, Section 8 any such election should thereby such
chicken.: ; forget the differences that Township 7 take. place within motion picture' studio. '
ulred to inspection of South Range SO Emit. sixty day of any anil plants and other
pass proper Railroad Commission postponed In may have arisen dnrlnir the nrl.marles. State or National election buildings met'
The assessment' nf said dental to the
and ---- -- /r'- property It wiiiain operation of such stu
brakes lights other equipment 'shall be held
definitely general investigationof It may be that some who tinder the said certificate tanned' : was flays after such ,Htate sixty dios and plants, together. with such ,
|before operationspermits are iesad. bus fares In the state. The investigation TRUCK GETS PLAYFULZEPHTRHILLS were candidates will find their In ; r.a":13f: : I3velyn W' Ro op l tag officer .
; -When John H. certificate shall be Section 2. Legislature: and employee, and for
lor The ,
was originally .set ponents possessed of more good :: redeemed according to law, tax deed provide by general shall l warehouses, 'laboratoriescutting.
August T.WISHES.: Harrison Zephyrhills dairyman qualities than they have been will iasu..thereon on the .18th. day legislation law or to special or local rooms projections rooms .atorage.

KEY WEST PERKING UP cranked up his milk truck recently ited with." cred- of Dated August thla A. 17th.D. 1934.day of July enforce the provision of"r.r."rI: and. and trackage: location, shipping facilities sets '
KEY WEST This little cityof' "GOOD LUCK" the truck gave a characteristic D. 1934.. ,- All liquors law, wines rrlatlna to $Intoxlostlna-. Approved. June T, 11I31.NoojjiwEN.
DE LAND-Alfred A. cluck and then be- h A. J. THOMAS' and beer which were
slightly more than 11.000 persons. Lastinger cough sputter Cleric In .effect on December 81. lOla, un- ; ,
under the spell of enthusiasm bornof 23-year-old Tolusia County youth gan moving 'backward JWktlQr at STEEL IS SHIPPED Bradford of County, Circuit Florida.Court, less laws.chunked. by the Legislature. by A JOINT RESOLUTION'

the rehabilitation program directed who set sail Sunday In a ten-foot first but determined. As Harrison FORT PIERCE-First shipmentof 7-20 Bt 8-17 currently expressly. with mede this effective amendment con-, A Joint Resolution Proposing: an

by the Florida Emergency boat In an attempt to cross the Atlantic : grabbed :for m :fender to check its structural steel, which is to be JVOTICH OF KI.KCTIO'V shall as so chanMrrtl become .effect Constitution Amendment to of Article the State VIII of of Flor the ,',

Relief Administration has raised received a communicationrom erratic flight,, the truck gained used In construction of the $380,*- WHEREAS, The lye remain with until this.thereafter Article,. .and changed shall by so ida Relative to Cities and Coun; -

Its eyes above the water level and Gov. Dave SholU expressing speed. Harrison gave 'Chase.. Elus 000 refrigeration terminal plant 1931 under the Constitution L..I..latur..f of 1811, the Leirlslature. The power of the *ties.H It. Hesnlved by the '1'

for the first time In several years "Best wishes fora successful ive as a star halfback\ !the :truck now under way here has been of the "''t..,. of Florida. did pnna laws Legislature to carry to ott provide and enforce necessary *>( 4k. stat of Florida L..I.t."e 4'
Eight Joint this
la looking to a Satanin Which' It crossing," and containing a letterof outdistanced Its J pursure r, side- shipped ffpm Birmingham and amendment. to Resolution the Constitution' proposing at Article. Shall Include ,the right to Article That.. the VIII following of the Amendment-to. .
can pay its own bills and be self- reference. Lastlnger who designed swiped a tree careened across the should reach here within the'next the /Biota of' Florida.and the name provide by private for 1 manufacture or sale the State pf Florida relative 11.0:of. ,

upportlDg. Many of the industries the BmaH boat himself street and plunged against a telephone lew days according to officials' of were fifth.agreed of all. to the by members a vote. of elected tbr..- corporations Individuals or by the ,Mtate firm or and by cities and counties, to be numbered

-practically all of them-that hope. to realize an ambition of pole. But this did not end the Indian River Refrigeration to each house; that the vote. on Counties visions Cities or political subdi and Section the 5 same of said Is i hereby Article agreed VIII. .b to* '
once made Key West 'one of the seven years in his solo voyage.. He its wild career. Bounding from Terminal Company, Meanwhile did upon Joint their Reicolutlon reinieotlv Journal were entered, with I Ith..y commission or or by agency any; governmental to be created. !! and. shall be submitted to the eleotor -

most prosperous Cities !In the state has been seaman since be was the telephone pole the truck work on the project Is proceeding the yen anil: nav thereon, and for Section that purpose. mention of the tn be Stat held.at'on the the Ueneral first.

have and while citizens seventeen. His destination ne lunged forward toward the steadily of did. determine and direct thAt 3. Until changed hy elec Tuesday after the
gone Sere pursuing pouring concrete on the the said. ,Joint ,ReMulntlon be *ul> tion called under this Article the ; II..ItfrtO.dl r.C'tlon -lr
are wont to live In the past: theyare said' is San Sebastian. Spain. He Harrison who barely second section having been started mAtted to the *l..ctorn of the State status, of all territory' the State November or rejection, A. r)., to-wlti.

now looking to the future with expects the voyage to require sixtyto stepped the unexpected .Ide-I' and other operations being under at bar,the 1014.( Oeneral Election In Novem- I I"of permitted Florid alt, or to, prohibited whether" the shall sale he. I Section 9. The Legislature shall "

bright hopes .... ninety days. then resumed its backward \ way.. NOW. THEREFOUK. I, n.A.. the same as It wan: on pecember 81. 1 abolish have power, to establish; alter -or-' -
a municipal
isis, provided 1 corporation tn
nnA Y. Hnoretary' nf the Btme of that at the General
Election In 104 be known a* the City of Jackson'
Florida do hereliy GIve notice that a or at 'any time vIII.
within two year after. this Art kale terrltorlly throughout' -
fjl EN.'L KI.KCTIOTT become effective the Board of the nresant limits nt fkuvul k
County Commissioner of any Cotin- County In the place of any or all t
will be held In qeich county In ty shall upon the application of county, district municipal and local.
Florida' on Tuesday next succeeding, five governments boards bodies and of '
) per cent of the registered vot 4
the first. Monday In November A. 1>. ers of the County, call .and provide ficers constitutional' or statutory,
11134, the said Tuesday K ln. the for an election. to decide whether. legislative. executive,' judicial or
the sate shall be administrative.. and hall prssorlb
SIXTH DAY OK prohlhlt.ld" such '
VN\1 Oit INDUSTRY NfliicMsacetfor I County. said election to be otherwise the jurisdiction, powers duties. anil\
the ratification or rejection nf .a. provided' In Article ,1 here function of such municipal oorporatlqn. -
the callS Joint' Tienolutlonn proposing of. Its legislative, executive, }udlnlal .
mendmento to the ConHtltution :of Section .. This Article shall be I .. and administrative departtnwtit -1?
the State of Florida vl I.:iNO. come effective Immediately upon and Its boards, bodies and of g
"' It* adoption' << end the repeal of Article ficers to divide the territory Included '
ONB: XVIII of .the Amendment to the : In such :municipality Into subordInate
Constitution of I dlstrlotv, and to prescribe
the United States. a
A JOINT RESOLUTION: of America. just and, reasonable system of taunt .
:is FLORIDA Proponing Amendment' to Article Approved May 8, 1$3a. Ion for such municipality and dlstrlnt '
growing .j V of. the Constitution ot ,Florida *: and to fix the liability of '
Relating' to .the Judiciary, by Add NO, FOUR such municipality and districts.
'I : It n tided and
ing- Thereto an. Additional Mention A JOINT other Indebtedne, ex-r I
to He. Known a.* Hectlon fa Pro- REBOUJTION touting at the time of the establishment .*
vldln*; for the reduction of the A Joint Resolutlnrll', Proposing an of such municipality, shall b*
Number of Judicial Circuit of Amendment of Section lOot the enforceable only against property
4 'Thl* fltat and Requiring the Re. Declaration of Right of the Con therefore taxable therefor. The
'. apportionment nf Nuch Circuit stitution of the State of Florida Legislature. .shall from time to time,
,and the Judite Thereof.Be Relstlnrr.. to Urnnd. Juries, Infertroations determine what portion of said municipality -
of tim:; *.. f p< ..s..e meu.oui; 1 is an industry old asa Presentments and Indict I I I. a rural area and a
PRODUCTION H H.-tr. .r ... L4'lsiatSWC ment. of Person for Capital homestead; In such rural area shall
: ancient China. I In Florida, it's; an infant industry as newi .r .*>. ..... o. 11"1'101.t Crime. and Other Felonies and not be limited a.* If In a city or
Providing That town. pinch
Judgment and municipality may.* "

I i as the modem waterproof paints in which tung oil is 'the most valued ingredient. Article That the V of following the Constitution amendment to of Made Sentence and. Entered of the Court In Term May Time lie corporation cruise all the and powers shall of also* municipal be recognised -a

i this Xtote. relating' to -Judiciary or In Vacation on Plea. of Oullty a* one of the legal. political
.1 4' Yet the development of this industry promises to find a new use for hy to
adding there to addilional iii"... F..I..nl.1 and Dispensing With divisions of the State with the du
lion 4k an hereinafter set forth be the y of Summoning; the tieS and obligation of a county and
i thousands of acres. of idle Florida land, furnish employment for tens of andthe earn I. hereby agreed to brand Jury Excerpt Upon: Order shall b* entitled to all the powers
and baLi be submitted to the quail- of a Circuit' Judai rights. sad privilege, Including rep '
.. ;. thousands of workers and bring millions of.dollars of new annual income fled vot.'reof the Stat. of Florida' Be II ".....lee1. ttr the Legislature resentation In the Stat Legisla '
for ratification or rejection at the of the state .. Klvrldai tore. which would. accrue to It If It ,
next Mulns; general election that. That ..ount... All ol'on.l'lI. ..r nn_
into the State. I I. to ay, that an additional. Section flection' the 10 following amendment to val County? and of th'e municipalities j
; to be designated. ao Heel, Ion 4ft of of the Declaration of In rialil county shall vest In such ,
\ Soil in North and Central Florida is ideally suitable for growth of Article V of the Constitution of ''Right 4tate of of Florida the Constitution, of the municipal corporation when establlshed a
tung-nut Florida n.. adopted to read a* fol. Juries. Information relating to Grand as herein pro....,..... The of

J .trees, whose fruit produces the "China wood oil" so necessary in the rnanu Iowa"Section to-wlti 46 and tai Indictment of person presentment for capi and fires. Sheriff'of Clerk shall of the not Circuit b* abolished Court
a (a> There shall and other felonies, b.. and!
be but the
no Legislature
more than may prescribe
facture of paints, varnishes, linoleum, electrical insulations and various! flfteea) judicial circuit of the State shall the same be submitted Is hereby to agreed to, and the time when and the method by ,
of the qualified ohieea
Florida to be appropriately d... elector which, such shall b* filled.
\ kinds of 'waterproofing. The first Florida trees were planted! 1906 com .mated numbered and defined by .1 ratification of the or rejection State of Florida at the for and the compensation to b* pair to*
a suitable law
f enacted by the Le*> I eral election be held gen stjfh officers and may vest In them l,
t in 1923 and the first oil ; tslaktvre for ttoat pttrpoae in accord- Tuesday after to the first on the first additional power and duties. No ,,e
c-, m plantings began nioderntung extract* anue with the amendment) Provided November A. D. 1"J4. Monday In county office shall b* abolished or
that no Judicial .
circuit consolidated
a* defined with another offlc
invented and erected Gainesville 1928. This hy law hereunder. "Section 10. No person shall be
near without
ing plant was year, ehjall embrace tried' for a the
,' -- lees than flf
-'" *. Florida is'expected to ship about. ten tank can of this valuable oil to Northern ing *State aooordlne or Federal; to the ceneu lat priced! and tried grand presentment for turf, and or no Indictment person shall by b a* or be hereafter performed prescribed by such county by lawi of to- ,

provided further, that any other felony unles* ficer.
no Judicial Nothing contained herein shall
= paint'factories.t circuit. existing: at the Urn ol rati on grand presentment Jury or or Indictment by a affect Section 10)) of Article III. of ,
fication of IliAc amendment shall be under oath filed upon by Information the Constitution of the State' ot
From few several affected, altered or abolished ex the prosecuting Florida, except a* to such provisions I
a acres groves'now'comprise 20,000 attorney of the '
court wherein
ago, cept In the manner provided lit this Information I I. filed the therein a* relate. to regulating-*
of which about ) fruit.: The amendment for rrrl-> the same i otherwise provided. ,Its except this. a* I. Jurisdiction and dutle of any cfaee -
3,000 acres are bearing largest single grove2,400acresis Into execution! nor shall any exist tution Consti at officer, to summoning And lmpanelling 3 ,
and In
except .
e:=: ing ..Circuit Judge case of Im
$ ;
"f'[ beingdeveopcd! by New. England capitalist who visited .here as a b fice.. disturbed until In the or tenure tate of Attorney hi. of militia peachment when, and In active I lit eases service.In the In t.. assessing grand and and collecting petit Jurors.taxes ,'
the expiration of far
any time Bounty purposca and to regulat

t .. tourist and then became interested in Florida's, opportunities .' .:;typical of this commission amendment held by ratified.him. on the date keep with -.the In of time war consent nf or of which Congress. the ,,State may county inC the. officers.fee and No compensation law allth"r'.lnll'tb. of ;4-'

t v: (b) It shall 1><0' the duly of the under .I peace Any person establishing; .abolishing- of .
almost industrial apch -
the ,
=::? J/' every important .development of State. Legislature at II.* next regular-see. ment or Indictment Information for present' '. such municipal corporation pursuant ',
don after the amendment any felony
shall have not capital to this' Section shall become 4t

\: .; Authorities estimate that 230,000 acres in Florida'are suitable for growing I to been carry ratified this amendment to pass suitable Into effect.law enter cation a and plea may the In b term Jud.m.nt* arraigned tint. an"or and In..ma"l operative by a) majority or effective of until the qualifiedo approved -

,-. tung trees, supplying raw material for an industry employing 30,000 work I and portlonment I to male.and erfertive reduction in.of Judicial eap:: enc may'of be the mad.court ana sAc- plea-of-guilty- electcrs rnelil!. !in Mid participating. countv nut In an*o election long a*
S .end oil for a potential market -50,000,000( : hereby Circuits contemplated.and Circuit Judse term time or In vacation. The Judge In such municipal corporation exist
ers providing annually., [ of any circuit under this 'Section!! the Legislature
court I I.
I < ) There shall be authorised
I c one ClrcnUI
to dispense, with may amend ,or extend the law authorising
riorisi needs industries more I Judg.'to each Judicial: Circuit butadditional empanelling, and the summoning, i thtame without r.ftr.o. _
more payrolls more employed
... population.t I Circuit Judse* for Judlttsl grand jury at any convening term of the dum to' the 'qualified voter unles _

I I We must invite them, by'mana of a unified, cooperative advertising prohi' -' l>*' law Circuit a* authorized may-be provided by, Section for the making cleric entering of said, and court filing. court with by the Legislative amendment. act or extension providing shall* forsuch _

behalf of section and interest in 41 of Amended Artici.V ofthis order directing that a written provide for such referendum.. _
i gram every Florida. ADVERTISING Constitution but the total numb. I be summoned at Such no term grand of :'Jury Approved. May U, 181.
of Circuit .Iud.. court,
0 '-wfll focus the world's'attention on our opportunities, turn prosperity in our, Judicial circuit apportioned shall not exceed to anyone may which be order made, of In'the vacation( Circuit Judge The Vote cast In compliance. with _

.. one Circuit Judge; for every fifty 'time of 'said or term aid proposed amendments. and the __
'dir noiirt. The
1' ction. Let's UNITE to get RESULTS 1 __ tlon thousand Inhabitants, or major free- shall' have power by general legislature' legtsition canvas,, declaration and return
thereof after this amendment thereof shall be subjected
to the
Tlit AH n .ye Commute, s aeo-pei-u-M. iMnpnfe '1 hall have been put Into effect. grand jurors regulate to serve the) number of same regulation and restrlutlonn

IK miaiwa for bSe sramoliM ef f .. ., on.4d9 Judge In Circuit the Lelslatur having more than d.. stitute, a sr.ndJor" and upom to or fix con the a election* are provided 5 In the by law for general. '
.oI1L I DA : 'M' may number of ... Hrate of Florida :.1
fIeoida. _, .* M. ........ .... Icuat the place of residence of vote for and required to lot TEIIITI.O.'IIY.WHEfUOIl'; I \ ;
MSlict any such additional Jud.. or Judge. or return an Indictment have hereunto set my hand _
presentment. ;
::; :::: = .. fo-4 ,t. >1.,. and Judsea thereof hereby Circuit a*This aforesaid amendment, upon ratification of and theState affixed, the ot'Vlorids'at Urea, Weal 1\:;, .
"' ''' ''r CQIvlMlTCE: : I provided for hall become effective shall take effect al Tallahassee
.'.." .,. midnight' on eumber list, 114, 8EAr. the Capital ,.
sixty day after the act providing without the this the twenty-third' day.
for same aha II have become law." : tion.' necessity of .legisla of July, A. n. 1*:It. 't''it .'

r"W Appspved June! 5.1533., Approved June 7. 1811,. R. A. ORAY. :\
Secretary of State.1 'a ,


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' .. .. ur business meeting. Two visitors,I that each member of the circle where baskets and bowls of bright r Circle MeetingsOf LESSONS DISCONTINUEDThe -
1 Miss Eunice Perkins and Mrs Dale take articles of food to the pastorl- colored zinnias intermingled with W M. S. Telegraph regrets to announce 666
VanSickel, were greats at this um on Friday,August 17, the.day fern formed:;the decorations for the that Its weekly' Sunday Liquid .
meeting. Mrs. W. H. Perkins and the Pastor and Mrs. Price wlllj-e-, living root* where the members 'I Mrs..T. Griffin and sister, Mrs School lesson, a feature of this Cheeks 11.1. !'
Mrs.'Priest were appointed on the turn from the assembly la DeLand. spent an enjoyable afternoon. N. T. Rltch, were co-hosteeses to paper for several Y lal'$, has''bee *. Malaria In Thnef.! D)
, k' strangers; and >slck ,cciniHtee i for A. .half hour wA '.devoted 'to the The devotional and business sessions Circle No. 1 of the Woman's;JMUs- temporarily discontinued becauseof Colds First Day
,1110 August. / ,, study course After which Mr*.. F. were conducted by the leader, slonory Society of the Methixllat( the IIl.p.ells| of its author.", The H..........Jt..ntlal.
Baptist Circles Meet During the"soelal'igriod l ) ,refresh. F..Flume and Mrs. E. M. Thomas Mrs. E. W. >Hayes and the topic Church on Monday afternoon.;Baskets lessons, wlfl..probably. !\be.*'resumed/ ',,", Fine,Laxative I.ao"It
} Circle No. 1 of the Woman's :Misionary meats of Ice cream and fancy cookies -I invited the circle to meet with for the afternoon was,"MissionaryPooUtep and bowls of crepe myths and In the early taU '' JI..t ......r ......d.and Toni
I'"\ Union of the Baptist were served by the hostesses, them for the September' meetIDf I rln the Orient." radiance roses added to the charmof ? k..,
i .' Church met with Mrs. One Wiggins assisted by Miss Eunice-1' Perkins. at the home of Mrs. Thomas '" Mrs. AWtf.Dajby, president of the wide hall and living: room,
: ... and Mrs..F., B. Johns at the Circle No. 2 met Monday'afternoon A delicious refreshment course the W. D .tUwas, a guest of the where the guests were seated.
after- with Mrs. W. B. Alexander. was served by the hostess The circle leader, Mrs.. Griffin, '
1" Wiggins( residence Monday ?Assisted circle'at this meting.
noon at 3:30: o'clock. The large living room was beau- by her daughter, "Mis Wllma, and y JJrs:Johns, during the social pe- presided over: the business session:; Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Kinlaw Florist
I Summer flowers effectively'arranged tifully decorated with quantities of Miss Hilda Durden'to the eighteen ,rl lldr,eerv W her guests a chickensalad'.course reports from committees were ,
I adorned the living room summer flowers in all colors. The members present. !nvty with limeade. and the finances of the society FLOWERS FOR ALL
(' whey pie members were seated. devotional and business session Circle No. 3 was entertained by were -discussed. The leaflet for OCCASIONS
The leader Mjrs E. C. Prelst, conducted was presided over by the leader Mrs. A. H. Johns at her residence The tortyre,; 'of a bad conscience study was entitled "Significance of Corsages Baskets of
f".. the devotional and brief Mjs. L. O. Powell. It was decided I Monday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, Is. the, hell of a living soul.-Calvin.! Rural Life in the South," and the Flowers
'i, ..
I, subject was discussed by Mrs. J. Artistic Floral DesignsWe
;;$' H. Hitch and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell.

..'.. 0'1(1 rif I > The worship and"tnedltation periodwas TELEGRAPH FLOWER mhere. Any
",. ',ra.li ,' led by Mrs. J. W. White At Tine
.;, I '/ ., ..1>( /Ot the close of the afternoon the hostesses Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association'
"f.. "- served dainty rfreshmnts and A Guaranteed and Bonded Service
'\::";' : were aasitd in serving by Mrs. I* 311 CHURCH'ST. PHONE
i' I D. Vlnlng. The circle enjoyed baring No.. 40'STARK'E
t;, ; as a guest Mrs. L. E. Jordan of FLORIDA

Oviedd.Mrs. A. W. Redgrave was host-
l : ess'to Circle No. 2 at her home on
W.s Water Street, and as decorationsMrs.
e t 0 ,'r' e Redgrave used snap dragons,
.itt 1,1J,'!', roses and, circle zinnias.leader Mrs., presided A. W.overa Anderson FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLESFRESH

... short business seslon; after which
",!\\1', .. readings wore given on the subject CARROTS 2 For 15C
) ,\ of the program Miss Olive Ray
""f. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery taking FRESH BEETS Bunch' lOc

; : *! the leading parts. The devotional FRESH TOMATOES Pound 10C
; service was conducted by Mrs. A.
;r., Wood who read part of First Cor FRESH CABBAGE Pound 4c
I MO'VEDp Inthians third 'chapter, and gavean
; interesting talk on religious LEMONS Dozen 19C
I \\t I'' 1
of .
persecution today.
. .. '.. The hostess, assisted by Mrs.A COOKING APPLES 2 Pounds For 15c

,".. : 'W. Anderson, served a refreh-
''<'1 t. '. I fog Ice course. ICEBERG LETTUCE Head lOc

\\'r' .. The September meeting of Circle ONIONS Pound 5c
\ No. 2 will be held at the home of
y" ." .. ', : Mrs. A. Wood.
.' Mr. and ,
( "" ,t''I BANANAS 3 LBS. lOc
"'.p ".. ,,' r.orP ,!II''I f n..
"',., I r. i, ,. ,,... ..., Powell-Shepard]] Wedding
"\'{ ; r ... ________ '. ". 'L '-. Solemnized Sunday
'. 'M ';II' ." If ,
: _,. f.1:, 1V I ," ,< I i' """
,,,, : The marriage'of Miss Cleo Shepard -
I her
,, .." vA to Jack Powell of Hilliard was Dixie i
<; : jf'm'f'
''If.'i 't t'I 1 v'r'k.rj '',,11W.: I a r r k lw i' ....IU....9'r an event of last Sunday afternoon CrystalSUGAR

(). ....... ,",,,,,... at the HIlliard Hotel;'where the
/ .;.Z '..' "V" --
,"! bride re ldes. The : remony was

: ....,' /r We have'moved\ to the building foniierJjknown', it;. performed large Callahan group by of in the friends.the Rev.presence Poindexterof of a1]I

pgin The bride was given in marriageby M
'' e i her brother C. C. Shepard, also Pounds. 25cIONA
The Check
as ; r. of Hilliard, and had as her only fJILEfeli0M1'RUti
'1 attendant her sister Miss Lena
; : h Belle Shepard. Mr. Powell had as
4 ; : crossing o r his best man Lester price Robinson BRAND-PlaIn or Self Rising
6 Lbs. ULba. 24 u... 48 Ita.
of Apopka.Mrs. '
.', ? Powell, daughter of Mrs.
FLOUR 27c 47c 93c $1.83DRY
I James Shepard, is a former resident
of Starke and Is a sister of
,ti' ) J R L >. I, \ Mrs. C. A. Knight, She attended SALT WESTERN (Boneless)

1 i f""" We ,wish, to, f es of Bradford member'31. High of the Schol graduating and class-Wasa MEAT Pound 13c

IJSl. ,, Aft.a short honeymoon at HIGH QUALITY ,

s : splendid tirade Klngsley Lake, Me. and Mrs. Pow- M'E AL ''' Pounds lie
ii'f ', ; 7.bq' 7. ell will reside in'lflliard where i
Mr. Powell Is in business. )

''' here sixty days ; : \ Ladies Auxiliary. TO. I Fancy, Blue RoseRICE WHITE HOUSE

: : Have Picnic.Supper .

The1'' Ladles Auxiliary ''of the
same prices Presbyterian Church will' have a
: ; : ; picnic supper next Tuesday, 'August -
An excellent grade of whole
hF 1 ; Accepted by the American
14, at the Barbour cottage at
rice-always cookingwhite
grain Medical Association Commit-
Track"'I.'\ti Kingsley Lake. and fluffy. tee on Foods.
: Cars will leave'the Presbyterian
:if Church at 4:00 p.m. for the lake. 5 Pounds 22c 3 Tall Cans 17c

: AU members we asked to take "
: While our l ; : bathing suits.SEC'S SITNNYFIELD

': -- CORNFLAKES 8-0z. Package 6c

f. ': ?. : (Continued from Page 1) Milk Can 19c
Fancy SANTA CLARA-70-80 Size>
G r: and / a uniform system of county and
,; ,b can assure ,. : : city government, the Legislature( PRUNES 4 Pounds 25c

.' '. classifying cities and towns according SPINACH'' 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
( ., to population and enacting general -
: ,' ,able Prices, ;:; ; laws to i apply to all within STOKELEVS Tender White
each class. This would replace"local" CORN No. 2 Can 10c
... I : : laws enacted for specific
.' laws already In effect Beet Foods BREAD and BUTTER

< Number six would grant ad va- PICKLES Jar 15c
K t : 'r. lorem tax exemption to the motion COLD"STREAM

,. > : picture Industry located or locating PINK SALMON Tall Can 12c
r to Pay us a : ., In Florida to the,year the exemption 1943. extendIng NUTLEY OLEO ,Per Pound 12c

t Number seven would consolidate
The Railroad 'I' the< governments of the City 'of RAJAH Pt Jar Qt Jet

: )... Jacksonville and Duval County SALAD DRESSING '15c 25c
': "j leaving one governmental unit In-
,4A99'l; n' ',, errs stead of the two present ones. "
\' 4 ",,' ', I' BAKING POWDER ,4-Oz.Can 5c
.. .rd7F ..
':'" iR9vvf ,:. .... rtJ; WILLIAM KALCH DIES Get
RAJAH PURE. CIDER' Pint' Quart 1/s! ,.
c' I ., .,. ,,: \, ",.. '' '''.',.. AT HAMPTON HOME
f : ,'- f "I nfl'.. '.{. ....-...,'." ."J{ VINEGAR .lOc 19c 29cFleischmann's

; I"'tjjMtVTCFTA3H -. .' If" .,. .;;r :, ,J'/' William Kalch died Thursday of YEAST Cake 3c

.. ,.. last week'at the family residencenear !,. "?;.
: .,
"=" Hampton. He was born in PALMOLIVE or OCTAGON -

f Philadelphia, Pa., May'1.1846. He TOILET SOAP 3 Cakes 14c
"" On. came to Florida in 1878 and settled -
.. '. ; at Hampton.. For many years PALMOLIVE BEADS Pkgs. 14c

be'was connected with the old F. DR. ROSS "
l.** .fr I R. N. railway, which later be- 15c
ii DOG FOOD 2 i-Lb.'Cans.
; : I came a part of the Seaboard AirLine .
railway After severing his .

connection with the railroad' he be- Our Own Snltaoa Brand Asstd.Flavon
assettSl came a contractor and builder. He Blend
arwa.re was an expert workman and today INDIA CEYLON COMPOUNDJAM
; $:\ ,there stands in'Bradford County,

Alachua handsome County and Miami, many T ;E A
'_ J 0 r. buildings that are mono-
menu to' his skill and pride of
workmanship.. ;'Serv* It Iced WITH PECTIN:
: Mr. Kalch was a member of the
V r '< : Christian' Church and a'member of /2-Lb., Package 19c Large,43- z jar 35c
& Furniture StoreP. the Masonic fraternity. Above all
r eke he was a lovable, honest true
Christian gentleman He .la survived -
{ by two sons, Clifford Kalch: EIGHT O'CLOCK Pound 19c!
,' .'f't of Miami and. L, R., Kalch of ,
Hampton,and two daughters, Miss
GASSETT Owner="The'Old{ReKable'STAWdEi'"T5Ti' ( "' Ada Kalch,, Hampton and Mrs. .

.., '"' I. btJIoIQ't.t" ; ., .\oj Clara,StOlle, Sarnorc N. Y. '.The .oNrrS"I&15c 1
funeral aC\I'Vlce.wu: held at: 1,0:30, ,
: : abrunq a ajn. Aug. 4, 'at the Hampton IONA>BRAND-"Rfl .RMv| ,
,ti fs. Si FLORIDA Christian;;Church,Dr.?; J.tMuUady'. ,
: r ,nnott J'' r of Grandln. officiating.. ,.TOMATOES -z ca.i l
Pallbearers were Isom Ogden, J. ..
to H. Saxon Da vld Bwlndel. CX '11".
Hoover, J. C..,Hoover, and B. Y. THE GREAT'ATLANTIC PACIFIC: ACOIPA.'ifJul

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1 ....--- I Mr. and Mrs. F. A., Canova and two'operations DR. RICHARD BEI CHAM seal of the said town to be hereunto ,\ 1
daughter Mary Ann of Gainesville NAT SEZ: [ the past two months. AT THE MISSION HALL affixed,':"'lIa the. 8th) day of !
spent the first of the week at 'services were held Wed- ---- August $\D. 1034. .. l u
I IJI Bits of: KIngsley Lake with Mr. Canova's Well, folh ",;have.you afternoon at Dedan Baptist A.'rare treat was enjoyed in the W."E.!:: MIDDLETON, .Mayor.Attest 'I 4
o I mother: Mrs. E. E. Canova. Brooker", with Rev. 0., T
t" Ing how,<<1rY..lt in out near Bible study Tttesda evening when --* >>*
then .we baround floating* with In- A .Bel,, ba kr of) Au- CARL JOHNS Clerk.810Ct9T.
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and pr,, Richard City
daugh.ter '
q" 1 Miss In Jacksonville when we get),a following In'the'tamilY' gtlata;:Ga., had charge of the service | |
Madge were
i I c lN few drops more the church cemetery under and brought a wonderful mes- _
'.. Monday, where they met Miss rain than we. of the-SherrlU Funer of
the "Three Appearing
Hazel Middleton, as she returnedfrom think ia absolutely of Lake City. : sage on
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND a to New York la Christ." A splendid audience heard
trip City. necessary., .,her husband, she sur
OF I If I had to take, five step-children, Mrs. C. the message and went home to RITZ THEATRE ,
PROGRESS :THE COUNTY AND TOWN I ponder and perhaps do,, like the a,
Mr and Mrs. T. F. Landrum and my choice between ( of Jacksonville, Mrs.I
f fIe "I i little daughter Idell, have returned being ) of Swainsboro! Ga.; Bereana: "Search, the ,scriptures STAKKB. FLORIDAPROGR
dally to see if these things be
from a month's visit In Inverness dried and Surrency of New York :M.
up "
s ..- with Mr. Landrum's parents Mr. washed away I E. AJ Surrency of Brooker. true. If so. Dr. Belscham'a com- A''M
)Mrs W. Bessant., Jr. U to Bar- Mr. and Mrs. K S. Blake and son and Mrs. J. A. Landrum.Mr. ., think I would were V. V. Haen ing will. have brought a great 'BEGINNING( AUGUST 10
visiting r'elativesMts. of the State' Farm were visitor take the water L. O.. Hazen; H., B. blessing.Many,
tow here. and Mrs. C. D. Shank and : out-of-town folks werenrfiMat
;Sunday afternoon, routllpec"- Alvin demon and Leslie- FRIDAY, AVGVS1610.The ;
I* H. Hill of'Lawtey was little daughter, Betty Lewis, o{ ly during, this. ; 't O!** ,at the meeting' 'among "" 'Life Of 'VcrgieWinters" '
here Saturd y.pc Mias Lois Lake City spent Sunday at Kings- attending the funeral them "The singing boys' from ;
t visitor \, :!" Adklns spent the warm weather. But '
ley Lake with Mrs. Shank's broth- number
'Lawtey who one "
week-end In Gainesville with her mighty bad out there were Mr. and Mrs. L gave I
T. W. Griffls of Highland.was a cousin Miss Margaret Adklna. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.J. It hasn't rained In Mr. and Mrs. O. A. An with guitar accompaniment and Ann Harding John Boles p/
visitor to SUfke Saturday.Mrs. Vi C.. Robinson. drinking water is so : A. F. Sauls. Mrs. 1.. F. seven little girls sang "Jesus Is and "
Carl Alderman and son of Baltimore Folks are chewing C. A. Knight Mr. and Coming Again," with Mrs. Stans- CENTURY OF PROGRESS
,,0.0I Hogan Smith of Sampson Md., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Jackson Sloan to try and get a little J. Thomas. Mr, and Mrs. A. bury at the piano, which fitted Short Subject : -
was a visitor here Monday.] Mr. and Mrs. O.'W. Alderman. and son Wesley Blanchard of Ho-I of it. W. S, Stbley beautifully into the subject- used ,
1 gan, and Lewis Hoffman of Jack- this -.L by Dr. Belncham. SATURDAY, AUGUST: 11 "
-- But let's get off
Resale Colson of Brooker was a Everett Kelly of California spenta sonville spent the past week at ,and get down to JONES DIED ] There will be a different. teacher ZANE' QREY'S i ray

visitor here Friday afternoon. few days in Starke last week visIting Kingsley Davis'Lake occupying' |Mrs" 'sound good to you; let IN ST. PETERSBURG next week, and you are Invited to "Life In The Raw"
Katie :
Mr. and :Mrs. A. F. Murrhee. cottage % that they look even services were held Tues attend the studies each Tuesday George O'Brien.' Claire Trevor
E. T. Stewart of Brooker was a In other words, >as ,: at 4:00: o'clock at night bring. your Bibles. Greta Nlmwn. .
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brlnson ot
busness! visitor here Wednesday:,), Miss Marjorie Cook' of Hayne wouldn't say-"I cemetery near Starke for \-O---- .-
Hugh, are announcing: the arrival '
City Is the guest .of her cousins that you'should oome Jones: TJ5, who'died' Satur- NOTICE OF ELECTION SUNDAY AND' MONDAY
M. F. Wiggins of New River was 1 Rev, and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery. of a daughter at their home on call on me In the very hospital at St. Petersburg, AUGUST 12: and IS,
attending to business here Monday. I Tuesday, July 31. Mrs. Brjnso LAST CALL short Ulnea, with Rev. Ed I, W, E. Middleton mayor of "Grand Canary"
I before her marriage was Miss Ver-
Mrs. J. C. Downing and little Jacksonville officiating.: Starke Florida, by virtue of the
A. B. Shaw "Gainesville was a son; Harry are enjoying a month's non Tutt of Macclenny LL was a former. resident authority/vested in me by the law, Warner Baxter Ala Madge Evans q r

prominent visitor, to Starke Thursday visit,!at Vero Beach with relatives.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.- ----Courlmanch--- 36 Inches and full military honor/ do hereby, call an election to be NEWSREEL AND COMEDY
lOc him at the grave with held at the city hall In the afore-
C. C. Butler of Lake Butler was C. M. Nasworthy, Mrs. G. and daughter. Miss Anita wh I Anderson Camp: of Span .a *'town by the qualified voters TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY f,
attending to business here Monday H. Meadle and Tommy Cason spent have been residing at theta' home NEW War Veterans of on. Tuesday, September, 11,. 1934 AUGUST 14 and lfr ''f ,
several days this week in Brunswick near here for the past two where yearslave WASH in charge. Tho De- for the purpose of electing. the.fol- "Many Happy*
Palataka Mr
moved to
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen of Ga. Extra Cute Jones Company had charge lowing officers' ; k
Courtmanch Is in business.Mrs. ,
Brooker were visitors here Satur- Interment being One mayor; Returns"George
day. Mrs. W. M.Wimberly and daughter : -- 98cCLOSING the family plot.. "Three aldermen; Burn and Gnul Allen ti
T. H. Sheppard of Ocoee,
Freddy, will leave Sunday fora school OUT \ were: J.. W. Ed- One clerk treasurer tax as- Guy Lombardo with His Royal
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman of; visit with relatives in DeLand who Is attending summer WHITE R. C. Cone P. J.' Pearce, sessor and tax collector; Canadian a, ,
the of Florida, Gaines
Melrose were visitors here Saturday and Euatla. University P. S. Denmark and One marshal
vllle spent the week-end In Starke $3.50 VALVES Inspectors of said election: R. A. Added Special Attraction

Mr and Mrs., Randolph Boree of with her brother-in-law and sister $2.48 besides hi* widow, Newsome William Agin, Vincent "La Cucaracha"
Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
G'P. Wadsworth and H. D. Mayof Jacksonville spent Sunday here )IUNSING brothers W. C. Jones of Alvarez. The Jut word In entert&lnmentTip
Hampton were visitors here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G Mrs. S.' F. Hamrlck left Thurs- J. C. and Fred Jones j In testimony whereof I hereunto
Monday. H., Bennett. day for Asheville and Highlands Full Fashioned subscribe my name and.cause the

N. C.,.where she will spend several Dark Shades gjmm j mjmmm mmmmiii m m m m
I i Mr. and Mrs. Volley Manning of Mrs. Willie S. Gibson of St. Petersburg weeks..Whle| Highlands she will 59c EtftttEIEHEttUFEtt niftEttEtffBfNnffni n *
''the State Farm were visitors bere 'spent the,,week-end here be a l'Uestpther,, daughter, Mrs. W.

Monday. with her parents,. Mr.; and Mrs. T. H. Nollman.,of Sebring.who has ,a: FINAL
N. Kendrick.. : summer home there. LADIES'

Lake E Andreu Butler were and Ray visitors Andreu here of Attorney'and'; Mrs. Percy L. I Miss Ruby Ltlley has returned $: .oo VALUES ( TJP Grocery

Monday. Thomas and two children of Jacksonville from Tallahassee where she attended $2.88IT :

were visitors to Starke summer school at the State FATS TO BUY
Mrs. H. E. Priest spent the first Thursday afternoon: College for Women, where she tooka '
of the week visiting. friends In special course in primary work

Jacksonville. Mrs. R. ''V.'Tunaer" of Jacksonville and is the guest of her brothe -ln- (Sem was in Starke,, during the law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Titus : .,
St rkt It
Miss Dell Perryman of Lakeland I week-end visiting her parents Mr. Olson. !. ,

Ga, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,and Mrs. F. .B.r. Johns. LOCALS TAKE FIRST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES., .a
L. A. Davis. ,I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and
Rev. and Mrs. :B. M. Montgomeryand Miss Lena Belle Shepard spent the COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells and little family are spending this weekat week-end at Hllllard where they (Continued-from ) eciala Frida And Saturda Aug..10 th And HtK: ;tre
ion of Lawtey' were visitors KIngsley Lake at one of, :Mrs. attended the marriage of Mrs "-

here Monday. Flora B. Cadys cottages. Cnlght's and Miss Shepard'a sister lowing Inning to rack up ,Menl 1O Lbs '25c CHEESE, ...__. __Pound life
-' Miss Cleo Shepard to Jack Powell or ,.___: ,. ... __"_
runs. Manassa
,, first up "
Mr. and Mrs. Owen ,Dyal and Mrs. O. I.. Haynes, Sara Hope, which was an event -of Sunday aft- Beck sending him to Best WhiteLb. 13c BUTTER Best ___Pound )
children of Jacksonville are enjoying Kathryn and Othma Jr. ernoon. ,
Haynes, ,,, single and Redgrave wa w < 2:1' .
la two weeks' vacations herewith have returned from Falrburn"Gs.where ; II ''" ; ( :
Rowell pulled a neat pieoej : JLJSl4'l; 3 32c 'CR15C03-Lb'. Can
relatives. they visited relatives. Mr.; and Mrs. R. :J. Davis and work. He placed a .s.P.w.L'u '

daughters, Ida Lula and Marjorie. a little short of first .. BROOMSEach: 25c Seller SYRUP Quart 20c' ; :
Sullivan Carter of DeLand is Mr. and,Mrs. J. H. Hundley and left' Sunday for a several days' luring him away front' ; ___
4, '
spending several,weeks here withA. daughters Misses Mildred 'and visit In'Ashevllle and other pointsIn Bell misjudged the ball : : &COFFEELb. 2Sc Tall Can Cream___3 Cans t7 rill ,(
E. .Wall; Jr. Rivers of the State Farm were North Carolina.' Mr. Davis, who coring, and Rowell was '
visitors here Saturday afternoon.' II i assistant 'conservator of the first Sparkman took his I Hours COFFEE...,. .LK ,19c Corn FI k 2 Pkgs. .15o''
Col..Joe Hill Williams of LakeButler' Bank of Starke ia enjoying a'two at a wild pitch and .! a e&_ -.. ..-, '
TOP TEA,/Orange Pekoe; ) -lb 17e t
was a professional visitor Mrs. E, T. King and son, Eugene weeks'vacation. safely scoring Beck. &'
here Saturday.Mrs. of Fargo Ga., spent the weekendin Carter and Givens was ( Peaches No. 2YZ Can 15c Bran Flakes____..2 Pkgs. 15c';

Starke with Mrs. King's sisters Small Crowd Sees relieve him. Rltch a&, '
J. O. Godwin: and sons of Mrs. J..W. Edwards and Mrs. Fay I filthy cut at one of Kraut__No. 2'/ Can 15c Charmer Coffee. -____Can 17c
the State Farm were. visitors here Gill. 1st Class Wrestling lea and sent the ball > 5c"T
Cocktail CanllSc Tomato Soup .r.w..Cana ,
Monday morning.Mrs. park for his second *___-. ?
Mrs. U E. Jordan and sons,' Ed- At American LegionBy double, scoring Redgrave.. !
A. F. Murrhee and daughter ward and Harold of Oviedo;are elL Jones and Woodall
Alma spent Wednesday shop- guests of Mr. Jordan's sisters ( LESTERSSCUNELL) ... In order to end the < STIVER'S BEST III 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS.ELQUR -' 1
ping in Jacksonville. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. N. T. The all-star wrestling card, Pitcher Sparkman and .
Ritch. sponsored by the American Legion, Rowell each garnered a 41
Walter W. Wills of Tampa was came 'through Saturday evening out of four tries while 33c63c$1.17
In Starke this week visiting'_Mr. Miss Amy .Moore has returned with, some rather. Interesting ered as many ;In five trips
and Mrs. J. W. :Morgan. from a several weeks' visit in matches, despite the mere handful playing a nice game '
Jacksonville ,with, her brother-in- of fans present. Woodward collected the
Mrs. C. W. Beaaley: of Gaines law and sister; Mr.,, and Mrs. W. T The first match on the card, Daylight bits, one a single '

ville Is the guest this week of her Shiver.: which was scheduled for one fall other a double. Soap or Powder 5 For lOc Large Tall 'Can Asparagus !5cJ; h..
parents, Mr, and Mrs..J.,C. Man and limited to thirty minutes, This game put the
ning. Little Jock Griffls Jr.. returned brought together Teddy Taylor, league lead towering 2 15c
____. .._ Pkgs. No. 2 Can Pineapple 15c'1
Friday from a several days' visit 180. of New York and Jimmy De- a half game. The .' __....__
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Elmore of IlL Lake Butler with his grandparents ant.. 160, of New Orleans, who rained out at Green Cove STARCH3 For lOc '
Gainesville were in Starke Monday Rev. and Mrs.,,,.E. A. '':McDowell was substituting for Tex Hammer Sunday after one Inning PORK & BEANS___Can 4'/2c].

visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B."Mun- who was unable to appear due to auspenslon. ,while Daylight handed ,Soap .....--....Bar 5c : :
dy, Jr. The boys went at It !'its seventh straight o$,,, No. 2 Can ,.Spinach.10e:
1,1I HotiWCoffeiJLb.; ,
-II Mr. dMrs. O. Haynes of hammer and tongs from the very Grocers, however still 29c '
Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto Hampton were visiting their son- bell and made a bitter battle of it. trifle short of the lead. 2 Can Blackberries No. 2 Can Tomatoes, 3 For 25c |
left Monday for Philadelphia Pa., in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. The' referee often cautioned both The Berries have been __ ;flOc .
where they will vlsl Mr. and Mrs. P.'J. Pearce, 'at their borne .here. boys for biting and punching..Deb strengthened by the ', Jar Marmalade L We Libby Med. Red Salmon 15r?
E Q. Garrlck Fant Pete McKinley a ,
had his
for several weeks. Monday.. constantly heavier
They win also go to New York rival in agony with toe holds, but plenty of stuff Sullivan "2 Can Turnip Greens_ lOc SUGAR J:::.___-._...-.5 Lbs.Libby's 2S '.
City for has been retaliated In catcher;; and former
a month's visit with Mr. Mrs. George B. Flynn Taylor the latter part
'' :
and Mrs. Emmett Brown before.retUrning enjoying a several days' visit in, ot the match with a crushing acts- ot Bradford High School 2 Can Tender Pea*__, tOe Brains ,*_____Can ,15c ,
home In the fall. Calhoun Falls, S..C.,,with her husband ors hold. At the end of thirty .
who Is located there for.'5u. minutes the affair was called a TEACHERS ARE 2 Can Tender Corp __ lOc PRETZELS -_--.:L.Pkg. tOe
eral weeks. draw. BY TUB COUNTY
[GENT A -- .In the second match of'the .... -
WORD Mrs. Gladys Wilder and son ping, Oreste Vadalfl,.199. of Italy (Continued from Page OR SNOW WHEAT 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS. i
Billy of Orlando have been enjoy- brew Joe Jeffries, 190, of Chicago -
COLUMNFoR ing a visit here with Mr. Wllder's In twenty-eight minutes with a ot the rural schools their4
FoR sisters, Mrs. J. W.' EcJwarda' and body> slam. This match was,cram f lion was postponed for the
-Furnished room on K....,Fay Gill med with action the boys standingup Board instructed the 27c 49c 94c
ground floor. Mrs. H. H. Young. I wrestling throughout most of school projects for w'r '

FOR SALE-An upright piano In Mr- W. B.- Mundy, Jr.. Mrs. the.affair.. Jeffries used, a body dent to sign the newly =ss fit' .:- ,
good condition Reasonably Charley Johns, Mrs. B. Jacobs, I slam to good effect but the Italian ty these projects r. '

Priced See Mrs. A. F.' Sauls. Mrs. Tbelms Steele awf Miss Hercules' superior; strength em- completed. _. '
Cherry Street. It Dorothy Sapp spent Tuesday In I shied him to break Jeffries' 1Io1d8leesUy. The firm of Johns A FRESH'rGARDEN'' TIPTOPMARKET': 4 +
were before the board
Jacksonville. : r
LOST-One cream Jersey cow I The main match was scheduledfor part of the school" ahi'VEGETABLES, !, .. MEATS
butt-headed no mark, Brand M. Gerald Middleton of Columbia; one fall and one hour time limit, the county. : : FANCY WESTERN

Notify m. aDd .reasonable reward 8. C., came Monday to spend ten I Capt. Otto Groebuck, 184.' facing The following were :, '<' '
y" be paid. P. 11:. Johns. Itp dayiC vacation with his parents Jack Mllo> 1M of New.York. KIlo widows' pension: )(no 1 Cobbler POTATOE310 Lbm. 25c, SUMMER SAUSAGE _.._.._Pound 15e, | ,
had refereed the two previous ey, Mrs. Ruth Mary ,
Dr.and Mr.:W. E. Middleton.-. ,
".CALLING 00 CARDS. 'any alas. Middleton: Is employed In the Federal matches and Teddy Taylor took rme Spoaholt Mrs. BANANAS ____4 Lba. ISe PORKY ROAST.__.,.-..Pound 15c:

trammed for 50 stationery; 91.00 lor 100.100'j Mono-sheets ,Land Bank at.Columbia, 8. C. ment.the role It of took referee Groebuck la this thlrty-on engage P.Griffls.Dickinson Mrs. ,R.Mrs.H. Bell Futch : LETTUCE __....____.::Head JOe NECK BONES -____?..,_Pound 7Y.., .

and 100( envelopes, a.T5- Bradford Mr. and,Mrs. Adam Melster of minutes to pin his lighter opponentto ter. Mrs. Jean'G kne,; CELERYrt; : _?*,Eacfr ;,lOc VEALSTEAKSPound. 25e,

county Telegraph. Phone p9., U.P Miami spent several days here this the mat. Kilo had the best of hia Prescott. Mrl/Ethel: B e LIMES Florida Key.--.Qoz.: ; 5c, LEG-O-LAMB --__...,-..-Pound ''2532c F '
iF.APPLE,PEARS-300 Bushta I week wlth'Mri;.A..B1. .81 and .'the wrestling skill but he could not ValUe Hart Jl.n.If.: VJP BEANSPou'd"- ; .
'* now ready for,cooking, can family, at.tbeir horns on Cherry cope with the German In strength. Madeline Frigo'l(guardian lOc Fancy Porterhouse STEAK .,Pound ;t''

ping or preserving 6Oc per bushel 'Street, while en route to Chicago! The', referee constantly warned Nettle Starling Mrs. POTATOES,_ ..TPoand Ac19e LIVER LOAF .._,,._____pound' 25e, '
et rm..Hellbr3nn See 'where they, win visit the:World's Groebuck for punching and strangling mark. Mrs. J. a. Rosier Y
Lee Thomas, ter:-at.Springs.N. D. Wain.gM !FAIL s and as a result .be became enraged I. tie Bennett. Three I : LEMONS -___t xn ,.Doz. Large FRANKS-..P ancl lk)

"t..ll012t1S.11OFFICE : \ f. f' to the extent of tossing the I. were held over, pending White CABBAGE__Pound 3 V c Sliced CORNED BEEF__---Pound 2S1G y,
Mia AUCf rernamdex sHeatlAdkie.cluvdtrettusb.d referee down. It looked as though estlgation. Freah PORK '

SUPTlIKSfTypeWTitP l ere. 'the}' wu', another battle In ,UPtJ 'Gr( ___ ...!...___5 Pound 23c FAT SAUSAGE.'Jj __, Pogad'1. '
Obbons,,addle.-aachlae< rlbbens, IfrolD Cfflng.but the boys calmed dowsJ I kRL AM .FRYERS "r't' ;' "I'augdfi 2 4
.un& mae.h! .the State.College fbr.Women from nnish. "" / B. Currency, prominent ,BEANS, __._.,..__Pound r.e BOLOGNA 4
... ..
thhearBradford ...
lheeta Ion sale r .which they"were. graduated at the v! he''Brooker section, died .EYED PEAS' ____Pound 5e --- : -...
ty Telegraph' office., Phone commencement exercises last Fri. Coming events cast their1' shadows la a Jacksonville hospital BREAKFAST CONPoQnd. ; 2501 ,s still
U. ,day. before-Campbell.; 'oJ'Illnessof, several months : 0" <

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r$ "hi-JjlV"f; : 'j; '1,1.ti': ,Iot; :-l. ::2.:}\>I'ot'J.! : '.IA'a", : :

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I -- -' Green Gets Latest Receive tbe flights of fortune

without pride and part with them And the Worst is Yet to ComeHe
t tI Hints To Housewives 11 State Canal News without reluctance. ...


FARMERS ION I Weekly from Home Demonstration Congressman-R. A. Green baa Flattery is a sort of bad money

I I Specialists, Tallahassee been advised by Harry A. Wood- to which our vanity gives currency.La .

ring, acting Secretary of War, thata Rochefoucauld.

J Conducted by Demonstration Agents OKRA RECIPES preliminary report; of the. special
of engineers appointed to
Notice In. hereby. given that under
No Florida garden deserves to be Investigate the"'coat of the proposed and by virtue of that certain Final
... cross-state'eanalfor. FloridaIs Decree of forecloKiir l made and
.. --- ------ ---- called a garden without Its row of rendered oVi the SUtb. day of July
tftr okra. Okra Is not a vegetable one being studied'ty: the War De A. D. 1834 by Honorable A. Z. Ad-
partment's rivE\f.If,9 Strawberry Industry eats for its flavor, which Is very Judicial Circuit of Florida, In that
RURAL mild but rather for the agreeable certain. cause therein pending. i+

COMMON SENSE Goes Under Code quality of Its gummy fibres. Okra The report, Woodring said, will whorrln Fronnle K. M.Clemmon-Taylor la. I.cwlii complainantand Clem. year.

Is associated with fine Southernand be placed before Congress with the mon, J. M. Dixon and Ethel Dixon

By SPUDS. A Florida strawberry marketing Creole cookery. 'There are recommendation' 'of the chief. of Special are defendant.Master. ,, I will, the sell undersigned for each as to

agreement designed to Improve pro- some famous gumbo soups that Army engineers."In the highest and best bidder at the
ducers' returns are mainly okra. Okra may be the meantime. Woodring South door of the Court House In
y FOOD AND FEED CROPS by limiting gradesand Starke Bradford County Florida, on
t served however not only in soups, wrote Green, "the special board of Monday the Third day of September!
sizes which be to
9 INSURE FALL, FARMING may shipped A. I>. 1H34,
: e S S during legal hours of
but as a and salad. engineers Is In
vegetable as a
?..., AGAINST MARKET LOSS market centers was approved by now engaged .Kale for the purpose of natl-rylna-.
It also makes a splendid. dill pickle. special studies in.connection with said final decree, the following de-
.' of
> Acting Secretary Agriculture
;r...;.; -- Boiled Okra the cost of construction and scribed lands, lying and beingIn
for Rexford G. Tugwell last week. operation Bradford county Florida, TO-WlTi
Planning ( Increased acreage
of the proposed waterway The West half
,s' The young, tender pods are especially of Southwent
In winter vegetable la reported The Farm Administration an quarter of Northwest. quarter. of
from moat sections of Florida nouncing the approval leaded this delicious when. boiled until He said the board would attemptto Section Ten (10), Townihlp, Seven
statement tender and served either hot or complete the special studies as (7) Houth Range Tw-nty-Two (22) i
where fall truck crops are extensively ; East, containing 20 acres more' or
Factors'are cold, with a "peppy" French dress- quickly: as possible.. lees:
grown numerous "Due to the perishable nature of
well seasoned n. K. KNIGHT.
Ing or a mayonnaise. "Please be assured,
encouraging: the belief that strawberries: end the marketing Woodring Special Masters. = .
produce from this state will be in methods employed the agreement They will be deliciously gummy said, "that this department is fully A. 8. Crews, solicitor for -

good demand at fair prices when provides for withholding inferior and of enchanting green color. !appreciative' C>f.'th,! importance ofthis complainant.3361831Starke.
Okra must not be over-cooked, as I project to the State of Florida
cold weather arrives.i
fk grades and sizes from the market,
; Is BO commonly done, but cooked .and that Its final conclusions will Fla., July. .
: In In times of burdensome supplies as I\-I:: :
Shortage are antlclpatd the only until barely tender. Select be reached as. promptly as careful Report of the Clerk J of t : i
output of products raised in the a means of bringing the supply of ) Court In and for Bradford County.
tender pods one and one- and consistent and
Florida strawberries In line with engineering eco Florida on arrotint of taxes assessed
North that usually are consumed
ball to two Inches long-they are nomic analysis will permit." for ttie yettf 18,13.
the months !market requirements. The limitations C.. A.-KNIOHT. Tax Collector
during; winter as a result To
( the beat when gathered every day. Congressman ,Green who Intro BRADFORD. COUNTY:
would be
tw of the widespread drought. Included placet upon the Place in. enough rapidly boiling duced in. the House the resolutions 1 I'onmi'r..p-r \
are cabbage potatoes and volume of shipments of strawberries To Balance due ___ I J,952.01
salted water to cover. When ten for the canal had
to surveys By Amount Collected _.
and according specified grades
several other vegetables, some and drain To ___.. 3052.01
'7 der remove from fire telegraphed the special board urgIng Balance due
and sizes the control
fruits. as committee Fine" Forfeiture"
deems advisable in consideration immediately. Slow cooking and favorable consideration.He To Balance due ___.:__ | 3,168.02
Farmers who are accustomed to overcooking are to be avoided In said the proposed waterway Hy Amount Collected ___
of market demands. To Balance __.___.. 2,888.02lbenty
due .
proceed with caution neverthelesswill all vegetable cookery to preserve would be Important not only to

carefully study the situation "Such restrictions when put into the attractive fresh appearance as Florida but to the entire country. 'r... Rillnnce due tend__.and____Bridge| 4,516.77 .. -
before assuming that the outlook is effect will be. based upon U. S. 'well as the flavor of the vegetable. By Amount Collected -.r ___n_ --
wholly favorable. ,,Elements of significance grade standards and shippers will Always put fresh vegetables to MRS. PERLA DIXON 'ro. Balance County due School General 4618.77 is a gentleman because his The most certain sign of being
y'' may be uncovered that be prohibited from handling strawberries To Balance due ___ .__,__ I 7.B27.IIK
cook in rapidly boiling water, Funeral services for Mrs. Perla nature is kind and affable to every born with great qualities la to be
which have not been Feder By Amount Collected 591.81
not generally are recognized.Dry which has been boiling several Dixon, 30 of Lawtey, who'died To Balance due .---__ 6Ht6.0U! Feature.-Barnfleld. born without en.vy.-LaRocbetou.
weather destructive to crops ally Inspected for conformity tothese minutes to drive out the air. This Thursday in. a Jacksonville hospital Totalub.Hrhonl 1t. .I..
standards."All To Balance due. ____ cauld.
I 4,526.22
in major degrees so far has not extended I is to reduce loss of vitamins was held Friday morning at By Amount Collected ?_. 676.95
it will be found, Into the shipments are to be under f Plain Canned Okra 11:00 o'clock at Boone Creek cemetery To Balance due __-___-__ 5,960.27 Sago is obtained from the

4l principal truck raining sections of the supervision of the control com- : Select young tender pods one near St. George, Ga.; with Balance Total San-ftehool due __HondilTo I 8,742.60 starchy portion of East Indian NOTICE) TO RRTOni. ADCHKIMTOIIM.

the Northern States. The heaviest mittee which will consist of shipper and a half to two Inches long. Re the Rev John. Sellers .officiating. By Amount Collected___ 328.62 palms Notice Is hereby given that nil
To Balance due ___.___ p.reon.llnll' claim. or demand
and 3,433.98
members. Growers
have been. in and grower -
iJc .losses grain bay move stem without cutting into Survivors are her husband JackC. Aa-rlpnlt.*l Take notice that undersigned will against. the Estate of Rune C. Wei-
areas. will elect four members to the control seedpod and leave whole. Steamor Dixon; her parents, Mr. and Tn Balance due _--.-._- $ 876.48 .ell at 1 o'clock on September 3rd, berger', deceased to file their claim
committee, one from the North By Amount Collected .._ _____.. A. D. 1034 at public auction for In the office of K. K. Ferryman,
l Damages sustained by the farm pre-cook three to five minutes. Mrs. Lucian H. Crews of St. To Balance due...___.__ 176.48WMon ash at the county courthouse atStarfte County Judge, In the Court Hen..
''population of the Midwestern endgreat Florida production area and three Pack hot, add salt and cover with George; three daughters, Dorothy >'.. Pension Florida, that mortgage and of Bradford County Florida, within
from the South Florida area. Shippers To Balance due .... f 87646 Indebtedness as appears by mortgage eight. calender months from the dan
plains regions will adversely boiling water. Process ImmediatelyIn Hazel and Pheva? and three sons, By Amount CollectedPo ___ recorded. In mortgage book 4on of the first publication of this no.
wi,7 affect their buying power and reduce will be represented as follows: pressure cooker. William Jack and John B. Dixon, Balance due .___ 87646 page" 439 of public taJ ... And those. Indebted to the estate
the sales of manufactured One member for each shipper and all at home four brothers Road Bridge Interval 4k: Sinking trad ford County, Florida.: Mrs. are required to pay the: same to
affliates handled 800 There are many other fine ways ; Hardy Fund M.[ Brownlee and Mrs Dea.. Weeks the undersigned I admmlHtratnr.EMMA .
from Industrial centers. Purchasing who over cars Lee and Crews To Balance due _______ M.
y, goods Riley Harley all $ 18.857.24 Wilson as Administratrices of the HEIBEROER
Okra with tomatoesand
to okra.
capacity of the people in of strawberries last season, one use of St. George. By Amount Collected _. 1.043.97To Estate of W. T. Weeks, deceased. CORDARY B. HKIBEKfiERAdministrators.
'fi member elected by majority vote with chicken. gumbo are choice Balance due _.______ I 12,818.27 -3-6U8-S1 7-28-tti-ii
'the factory towns thus will be lessened -
summer dishes in Florida. If you -- .-- .
= -
of all shippers who individually ------ -
1 to the dtadvantage of Florida I ,
would Ilk* to have these recipes,
n and other localities in which semi- handled from 100 to 800 car last
are season. and one member elected bya write to the State Home Demon-
luxury produced.
crops majority vote of all shippers who stration Department Tallahassee, I
Planting more acres in truck handled less than 100 cars last season Florida or call upon your county
this fall may turn out to be good
home demonstration
one member to be selected by
practice in the agriculture off this i
the Florida Strawberry Marketing, i
++ state but It Is unwise to blindly
Association and one member to be FARM FACTS AND
F proceed on that assumption. ,
selected the Commissioner of
?ki Grains and like foodstuffs raised the Florida by Marketing Bureau and FACTORS Legal Blanks: i

\kin the drougth-stricken territory the director of the Florida Apicultural
:'undoubtedly will be higher and also Extension Service." In subsequent acreage and out
hay and practically all Imported I put control activities under tile

livestock feeds. MAIL SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE farm adjustment law simplification -
Florida farm folks will do well -' I of procedure will be a major : I

f'' therefore to raise more feed and Train No. Mall Close objective. Confusion In respect to We Carry the Following in Stock: y

forage. Grope,, Taking chances on abigger 11 Parcel Post, South 8:40: a. m. administrative requirement and
output of >produce for market 107 Letters & Special i duplication 'of effort are to be

will be much safer when everything Delivery, South -___9:60: a. n. avoided through plans that could

p possible is grown' for. home 1 Letters & Parcel Post not be made effective while emergency '. Deeds j I

consumption South ._________ 6:00: p. m. conditions were confronted. Warranty
12 Parcel Post & Letters ,

North ..._______. 8:00: p. m. Dro 'menacing agriculture In
108 Letters Special Delivery .... the: Central and Midwestern areas \ Bills of .Sale
are credited In part to the cultivation .
North ____-____ 5:40: p. m
2 Letters A Parcel Post, in. recent years of marginal

North ___________ 6:00 p. m. land. that formerly had served as : Short Form Chattel Mortgages

Mall arrives ...____... 1:50: p. m. reservoirs for moisture. Florida .
farmers find in the facts a ;t
Stark Bell Branch may "

5'WD,1er Yell.' Mall closes _________ 8:00: a. m. warning against excessive deforestation Mortgage Deeds ,
and drainage operations In '., ':;:

Owierslhip Sure ,this state, which if carried\ too far, .'" \. ,.,.

t-- .. Just The Thing' +, 'might produce similar'results.. Agreements for Deed : '
r... BfevUenM ,
WWMI mtkt
For That Midnight |
to hfunl the Biunn* ln.ett.dht Assurance has been'given. by the '' ,
your( proptt II- to obtain BARBECUESSandwiches 'editor of a widely circulated popular : ;, ; ;.
I ADeQUATe On .hwinoc- props magailne that correction will Turpentine Leases ,;
of all Kinds | ;
tone*. : ,
be made of erroneous statements
fL j.. 101 .,, -. .
w'" tart pHUMtton 'font ewdlt I Ie Half Spring Chicken 40o j 'recently. printed concerning the i

'*" uraeftbrntd and your iquft!III Ins introduction of oranges into, this Land Contracts :

,....,.., NdI......' idy SI1ORT'ORDERSHALL'S ** country.. Evidence. :was presentedby ". .

4. ash..ver -......... vy! iO A* H. Harold Hum, vice director ,

r. }7'. ps. Mraw..u'wI "" I ; PLACE ] In*charge.. of rtMarch at the Florida Plain Notes -

} :HAROLD C.. WALL. Near 'Seaboard Depot t,Agricultural showing that Experiment the fruit Station was n'
INSURANCE I grown in Florida 200 years before Retain Title Notes -

8TAKKB, FLORIDA the first California plantings. Commercial .
*, .. .
shipments were made fromSt. V

'>, e Augustine more than. 100 years '
earlier than the initial movementof I,

1/ 6LBA' also Pacific proved.coast oranges. Mr. Hume : Also_ the Following Signs: -


: .' Southbound :. For Rent Signs v\'y; .

-, Cleansing No. 1-Due Starke 10:57 P. :M. :.. ,
'. $ No. 11 due Starke '8:37 A. :M. .

I : Cream No. 107 due NorthboundNo. Stark. ,,9:87 A. M. "' Closing Signs' ;, ,: ; ..,

"fft, > .- .... :'"
;. 2-Due Starke 6:08: A. M., : l"
t< .' ( No '12 due Starke 2:47 P. :M. No :' : :

i 1, :. .+ No.' 108-Due Starke" 6:01: P. M. ': Trespassing Signs. .. : .
Starke And Wanne

,i:t .... ,,.' CUonsPoms. 1a *'dit 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. .' 4.1\! -- .: v3 lit, ; ,I

I No. I02-Ant9. Stoke 1:50: P.M. "

.;, ,\it : daily. except Sunday.. -T. J. Griffin rj, :: And Office Supplies: .: :-':,',... ,, :: ""I" <:': '.

KW**. .
y i .
i :
El' .1, Without t'S REGISTRATION NOTICE: .. .' w" ..... "
'1' ,
d, ... The registration. books of Brad ., x ', .. r> r' t

d Stretching i ford County will be open at the t: ': Carbon ;i> ',,, ,. ." [ :
fl. i ; Paper'
at : "
office of the: supervisor registration 1 "
: -
} <1;' ', oach IODday., Wednesday / -i i i"1j : ;,: :,

; y t / e;., oJ Iwta/it ylr'Ggne6es'to'ar' Friday and Saturday from the first : :
"i. .
: :
., :)tL" ,n, Monday, In August 1934. until Sat ; 'Typewriter Ribbons ; { -.
I .
cleanser .
gentle penetrating
; Ir0 :',\Jti/lt./ urday. October 13 1934. for the .j .
.. ,. ,I' .
1 4 of every,tiny pore. Yet., registration. of electors for the general '- .' \ r "

... election in November office r"i Rubber Stamps ':>;' .

L delicate'pores are never hours from ':OO o'clock a. tot., until <." ..
12:00 o'clock noon and' from 2:00:
:SO; enlarged. k Completely it o'clock p., m.. until GOO o'clock p. I

m. The) books will be opened in '
removes of
every' panicle the various precincts from Monday '
..., '
,dust and accumulated! oils, September 3. 1934. until Saturday Bradford County
2 fnr' October 13. from 9:00: o'clock a. m. I Telegraph
and leaves the skin soft, until 12:00: o'clock noon and from

-'.. smooth. 2: o'clock p. m., until 7:00: o'clock
e Msitely
p. m. No person will be'allowed

to register at any other time than

If mr J.elef cmael ninety ywh. during the,period herein provided Phone 29-
f end M fti. name.580 for the opening of said book for
registration of electors.


'. )".ARfUMERlE.MEL8A! ;: ',FIFTH 'AVENUE NEW ''YORK:N.:Y. 8-3-2t-S-10.. Supervisor of Registration. .

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fl'\RKE<:0 CHURCH DIRECTORY Central Europe r If you won't sign It, then don't E

Rev First, C.Baptist B.-Price Church, Pastor. World's K The : Story: of the : Bible Told in Pictures ''l r TheLetter be say careful.it. You may be "quoted" so

sunday SchOol 10:00: a.m.S; A. .:J.'l'boma& Today Central Europe is L BoxStarke

superintendent, madhouse of the world. ..
Morning: worship, 11:00 a.m. powers are literally Ova ERVEIQy

8. Y. p. U.. 6:4: p.m.Evening powder-lu gs, and only a Florida. .
Worship, 8:00: o'elock. needed to produce the I August 6, 1934. >

Midweek prayer service, Wednes- plosion since 1914. The last Editor, Telegraph,

(\\9)', 8:00 P'm. war started when a I Dear! Sir:
s.rchlst! murdered an obscure
43a..R I am enclosing a picture of my
:Methodist Church duke In a city few Americans
1933 canning. I canned 945: Jars,
ReV. B. Montgomery], Pastor, ever heard of. It takes ,
even though we didn't have a home
Sunday School, 10 a.m. prepare the stage for major I demonstration agent In our county.I .
worship at 11:00: a.m. -to build
Morning up hatreds, the received honorable mention In
Meeting-6:30: trusts the fears ,
Young People's that the State Budget Contest for whichI
them. Once the Is set
If. stage ,
p. received 500. :
Evening Worshlp-T:30: P. :M. ever, only minutes are s6y
much andI
I enjoy canning very ,
get the play going. hope that, we will be able to havea

Presbyterian Church Behind the assassination home demonstration agent for JA

10:00: A. Ik-Sunday School. Chancellor Dollfuss, Austria's 11 w 1t My, Bradford County In the near fu- a
11:00 A. M.-Preaching-. foot-tall iron is
: man, an ture.,
In the absence of the pastor, W. crooked, close-to-untraceable r tik MRS. J. C. JONES. d

A. Scott will preach.All of events that go back to the ri 1.t -

welcome. war peace pacts. New York City. weep-:
TO fa
There will be no evening: preach- Modern Austria Is 5 1834.. UP year een .
a August ,
.very nerve afc high ......
I leg service during: August. without a body. In the days Bradford County Telegraph, N. wonder you sna> at th* wttst fi

1914, the old empire embraced : Stark ., Florida.. and bark at the children.
000 square miles of territory, Gentlemen: Wateh oat! 0'_,._LAmar
boring 50000000. After the Would like' for you to'send me unss ; lead to Sleeplsss-,, I

BOB JONES the map of Europe was the Telegraph, for which I am enclosing -. Nervous Headache. NSKPeea +
.. boat at
1 the order of the victorious &: u.ti a money order. Indigestion a
ether unpleasant dtstorbaneaa.
On tries, and when the operation \ r The sure does help a
Comments Here li _\ .. 1m' Telegraph Why don't yon try Dr.' MIJeiTXfferveeceat M
finished Austria had been fellow out when away from, home. Nerrfo Tablet. ?

And Hereafter to 7,000,000 people, with a Have been wanting to send In Just one In a half glass .. $

IJ over 30,000 square miles of r my subscription for some time but .water make a pleasant 1 nersVOn
tory. Much of this land Is just overlooked It.CLARENCE. drink delightfully eooutagto
tree lance. That Is c; .
"He's just a ..
e over-taxed
less from the standpoint of + ; K. ANDREU.A nerve -
I nbat a Doctor of Divinity said tion and neighboring Dr. ICO*** forms.-Ugnld new
sneeringly about a street preacher. erected high tariff barriers to Cat Out of Paradi**.-When Adam and Eve, disregarding God's commands had eaten of the fruit of mirror, mounted near the; gads In two ari i ithe cr
vent the small amount of the tree of knowledge their eyes were opened and they knew that they were naked. When they beard right front wheel, Is being used to !II'erve.antTablet. Boda.... 1,
Cod's work to a great extent has Austria could the voice of the Lord God they hid from Ilia sight.: And when God questioned them Adam told bow Eve had demonstrate to how same soothing effect.leVM .'
have had. passengers
been done by free-lances. The Old have Only given him the fruit and Eve in turn blamed the serpent who had beguiled her. God cursed the serpent condemning "knee action" wheels operate under at year drag stare
her from
Testament prophets were free- during kept the past fifteen it to travel on its belly all the days of its life. lie cast man and woman out of the Garden of actual running conditions. '.' I .1 !;,..
years. Eden condemning the man to the tilling of the ground: whence he came and the woman to the bearing of let
[ lances. Whenever a prophet appeared As a result, her people are children. One of a series of Bible pictures by Merlan. Seventeenth! century engraver. --.-------- 71'' ( Cl.t
In Israel it meant' that pairing:, frightened wondering. Franz Liszt once publicly rebuked f 1'1:(
the Czar of Russia for darIng )
is thus always
things were not functioning right I revolution. It is facing that fact SSONS1N PUBLIC MANNERS '" in touch ,with J. H. Lord, Jr., of to talk while the great musician DV NERVINEFUNERAL ..
had a controversy with His I I'' I I .
God Hitler to seeking to take TOO LATE Sarasota who informs me that a was playing.
Much as we deplore the ,
people. The prophet took God's age of. Germany, too, was most delicious hamburger may be 1
philosophy of the Russian Reds, we t
side of the controversy. John the membered by war-and the must admit that the Soviets do get [ TO CLASSIFY | made from the meat of the tarpon.J. .
free-lance. The
Baptist was a dream .Is to restore the
free-lance. He Ideas now and then. The latest la H. thinks a sizeable. Industry DIRECTORS
Paul was a
Apostle that made nvss'IL.
empire once D, .. KATSecretary
did not consult flesh and blood after the most important capital of a plan to teach the proletariat how Florida Prop AM*. could be bunt up canning' tarpon"beet" uur Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Us to Bender
to behave Itself in J ...
he met. Jesus Christ on the rope. Hitler believes that the public.On I but tbe'suggestion will be EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE 1
road. Martin Lutherand the edge of Moscow there Is a MODERATE PRICESDeWITT
Damascus to do that Is not by ,received with horror by the thou-
free-lances. vast amusement park-the Park of DAYTONA BEACH-And now
John Calvin were C. JONES COMPANY
France, Italy and perhaps
Culture and sort. of comes Mrs.. Hortense Wells, Na- sands.of sportsmen who have'enjoyed '
John Wesley was such a free-lance with great. armies and Rest a glorified 8TARKK. FLORIDA ,
that when they did not let him would crush him as soon Coney Island.. Soviet authori- tional Committeewoman (D.), the thrill of fighting and _..
ties have been bothered Florida with an invitation to all landing of the Silver
preach in the church he turned started if he tried that by people one lordly
tombstones into pulpits and gave but by establishing Nazi who get drunk there, commit acts candidates, elected or defeated, beauties.

the people the Gospel., The'opin ments In other central powers of rowdyism and In other ways disturb who participated In the June primaries -t
ion of the writer, Is that the next the peace. So they have start- to be her guest at a ''tel.lowshlp"
which Austria Is one. Dollfuss REVIVAL BEING HELD
great religious movement will be a I the great defender of ed putting up life-sized wax figuresof fish fry Saturday, Au- Special services are being held In For Expert Repairing

sane, middle-of-the-road, free-lance 'dependence Christian the offenders In public places, gust 11. I the tent on West Call Street by

movement. 'he, although a supreme with signs telling just what the It la to be an all-day affair held evangelist Bob Evans, Rev.. Ora- t
e guilty parties did. And while this at Fisherman's Paradise on Lake I and
hated the Nazis-and his dy Mangum John Minder
I believe in advertising. I believeIn was essential to Nazi hopes. might tend to make the park look Apopka. The. big idea, according have been assisting with the sing-; Smith's
advertising. I belIeve The Nazi attempt to take queer, it does seem to be an idea to Hortense Is just to get together Ing. The, orchestra from Melrose Garage
newspaper with possibilities the old gang for a lot of Innocent
In the radio., The Bob Jones the Austrian government has been enjoyed several evenings.
College broadcasts over a numberof as It was, failed. Italy at You can see for yourself how it whoopee and back slaptn' and. is Subjects of special Interest will be

radio programs dally. It is esti- moved 60,000 troops to the. would work in this country. On the In no sense a political meeting. featured this week asi l "Satan's Phone 120 9TSf

mated that one million people hear Austrian frontier she' edge of the picnic grounds, for In- "Bring along your rod," she says, Last Rampage," "The Antichrist,"

our programs daily. Our pro- France, Is pledged to you could put up a nice effigy but If It was me throwln' that kind "The Long-Legged Cowboy." All Wrecker Service Day or Night

grams are introduced with announcements Austrian independence.. of a banjo-eyed moron and of a party I'd have a couple of are Invited come and bring a

something like this, no altruism In this-It simply, hang'from its neck a sign readinglike deputy sheriffs met 'em at the gate friend.' _

"This Is the Bob Jones College pro- resents self protection. She Ji''h'Ii'r this:'' with specific instructions to frisk -- .n ,

gram. The Bob Jones College Is well that if the Hitler "Here's Luke McGlook, who each man and If he had & rod on -

.Interdenominational, coeducational achieved. Germany will once I scatters paper banana peelings, him to confiscate It. u r

and orthodox. It stands without become a great industrial and consumed doughnuts and Of course they'll all have a good

apology for the old time religionand tary power aad that! It will be cigar butts all over the place where line, they always do, but some of .

the absolute authority of the a matter of time before she people eat picnic dinners.!\ Luke Is 'em got theirs so blamed back- 4 '

Bible. The motto of the college is, tries toe) conquer Europe. dope" lashed last June they haven't been

.'No college shall excel us in the Most desperate of Austrian And then, on some bench along able to untangle them.I .

',thoroughness of our scholastic lems now is civil war-Nazi the path, you could have the fig- was talkln' to one of the defeated -
work, and God helping us we en- ment Is strong among the of a pasty-faced sheik and his candidates: He said he pWr / /
,deavor to In the and the government /
excell all others people red-flngernalled sweetie, with a would probably go but didn't ex-

thoroughness of our Christian ruthless in seeking to sign Along.,.this line! "These half- pect to do any fish In'. "Not with ,
training That kind of dally an- The new chancellor Is Dr.' think, 'public place like this that gang," he said. "What chance

nouncement produces Interest andwe Schuschnlgg, an ardent antl- Is the f proper place to engage ,in would an honest sportsman like me .,' '

get a great many letters fromour When Dollfuss died, it necking. They. have been locked have tryin to land one fish at a
lid had been taken from
listeners. If the up" time with castln'rod, while those
Central European powder
birds in there
are draggln'the lake
And by the roadside, -cigar-; -
last and that the spark was
Sometime ago someone who had chewing maniac with a steering with a net T" ,
to be applied. ..
heard our radio program wrote us clamped down again. But it In his hands, and a sign like "But ain't it. illegal to net fish ;,uik !r w. s ,

an anonymous letter and Inquired loosely In its pO&itlon-the' ; this"This: : Doakes who thinks like that?" I asked Rv ,

"What'" do you call a Christian college mite is still there, and the speed below fifty miles an hour ,"It' 'supposed to be." he said, ,

That is an interesting ready for the match.- 1* too slow, and who specializes in "but the trouble Is the game war
question. A Christian college isn't traffic, He has
crashing lights.
Highlights dens are the guys that. help hold
Christian just because It Is a "
liquidated. the net end If they catch a fellow
church school it
calls Itself Christian or just A Christian' NEW RIVER All of this probably y sounds odd. stand In" around with a castln rod

It Isthe, sort of thing that is and artificial minnow, they're p ,
college believes something. It be- r V lhri"
lieves the authority of the Bible After spending a few weeks tried out in the Moscow park, liable to throw the poor sap into

and the deity of Jesus, His,virgin friends and relatives of New It Is far from being the dizziest jail until after the polls close." to ;

birth, and His incarnation. It be- Mrs. Annie Mae Spear and the Muncovitles. have had Anyhow it ought to be a swell New I

lieves in the atonement which was Johnnie Freeman returned party, and I plan on runnln' over CL /

made by the shedding of His bloodon afternoon to their home in Give a few of these public pests there and gettln' a load of "fellow L "e"'rot V p, jgest

the cross. It believes In His mingham, Ala. chance to see what they look like ship" setliet 0/.". -/ : I'd
resurrection from the dead and In We are glad to say that the Innocent bystander, and they *. '.. o r: ."

the necessity of the new birth. A E. Sapp of New River Is start .getting acquainted Speakln' of tl hln', regular fish- ? tickIn 'lyeocI.Six ., r i
Christian Institution doesn't only some this week, but Is still themselves. And If they did In' I mean I went out to Ponce de qtZ fIfIor/d

believe something but stands for a Harry Sapp of Brooker was parks and highways and recre Leon Inlet between Daytona and .

certain type of living. It stands guest of Hassle Rhoden spots would be much pleas- New Smyrna last week and got a New I htiIiOSpe

for decency and discipline and for afternoon.. places.-Bradenton Herald. young' chap named Watson Hamilton ',; i ell!

authority It to far more Important Mr. and Mrs. Eurle O.::Sapp ,- II to take me out for 'an Interview nap
for Lake Butler. Mr. with the fish ...... ,the savingseffected '
a boy and .girl to learn children of THRIFT AND SUCCESS. 'M'ODEL....+
how to live than it to for 1 them Mrs.. E. A. Sapp and .X was fllckin' one of Mr., Hed- by Chevrolet's great ? ,

lust to learn facts about life. Re- New River, and Mr. and M .. Opportunities come to everyone, don's trick plugs over the surfaceof economy, ragged
member, we must live somewhere Alvares of Water Oak were often the greatest opportunl- the water when somebody must dependability baa recently been added a saving tleal.. ....... a1S1I. !5' I:
forever. A Christian Institution of Mrs.,V. E. Sapp and because it have set oft a charge of dynamite ,
guest be
.. not grasped
teaches can of a much .* 'SO 'is the purcbae'pries And pwl ...!. !" . 535 :51
a boy or girt how to live and Mrs. Lacy Johns Sunday. a little ready money to en under it. There' was a swirl and; a you ,

here and how to live hereafter noon .' one to' take 'advantage of ker plat and before I knew-what Mill get.the MOM feature that bav nude Cbev Iftl ttY C1ia11M veld.Ca m 51,
Cuchoelovakia M. I* John and Frank ...., was coin' on my line, minnow andaU.were rolet truck* W popular la e,a7':hauling field- a 1
ordained far Into the At- u.lCIIIIIeIe"UICab.. lIS 5I
has by son of New River were 'empbulf"Jly i gone,. the '
la a .. head
TbI.polAt rN
six-cylinder sturdy
court decree that th*wireless to. a visitors In Starke Monday. 1aDUa.,... ". engine-.the ...... a..III ,
financier who aa
; ray
normal of life.1OTICSJ 1 t But I got even II on anew bodice-the exceptionally heavy frame axle andtrantrjksMion.
necessity put
.. line out another minnow UIcIafte'r ..
RISING got Yoaw.aa..1'OIet dealer will gjadlr/
OP APPLICATION VOH leaders'' In the business : .OsiMLsllgClla.tlg

Notle. I.' TA"ereby: :o.ma.S-lven; that Mandy ......,H.. .. MeKae.- Ce: ._I1... .. found the turning point )in not one two but or three TWO casts of the I. hauled prettiest to how you,,how' these CIwnolelle.caree can help asM Csr !' .: -e ,121 51 :
AOhlord, holder of CertlCI- careen when they were able to saner Ft
a* :: belies cost.
".".,! ,No. tie dated ,t..... dar: of July .Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert take advantage of a great op- trout you ever saw on one cast; yew ".... ,Ned . .5f
In 11311. flu filet .ald' certificateforJ and son.. William of. Miami both of 'em waggta' their tails to CKCVsUM MOTOK CO. DETBOtr. MICHIGAN .

om K r-.e... walk th. 'law following Said certificate described. 'I IrO".rtr children of Umatllla ware of, money involved wa small, to do their part toward entertalnln' O. M.A.c. ..... A a.-I M.MnVdu. OuluLseeg c.It... .h't {,r.
their tourist Even: the fish her
end visitors of a over L.
: slteated In Bradford with vision, ambition, stall.IIs19r . 7.. 5Se
North:tr.! JI'1orld.. lo-wltl c..n-I and sister, )Ir. and Mrs.. B. are courteous and Interested In. thevisitors' ,1.
Jlmlrs! -w..t eorne.l.n4 owned by i McRae. living and self-mastery these welfare. .
Kin.i on E..t .Id. : able to turn tbelr nest '
.nd ran anaeawto attended the .were tellln' this Isn't the ; <1
who rm
Kant at right l Those you place j ..rwAse"''rar.w'' )
thin ** North t. East line of ftection 01. bee and chicken dinner at the Into colossal fortunes"It for the guy to go flahin' If he has CHEVROLET ;
line to
C.TJ5 on Mid flection
,lslnn.! 8treet In Temple'. nub E>l- of Mrs. Walter Underbill to undeniable that the habit of a weak heart or high blood.,pres ....mn He* pricmt i
thence Went on Street to were Mrs. B. S. JCdwardsJlrs. come: hard for most people, sure. Talk about strikes say, / M
."v. : """ ". South along\ Rail'Northv of ; having once mad a start It Is her would .a.lI.w .. iiI a
0 b In ,w&et.: Half of mer.Edwards, an Crosby what'sgoin onJover 6 CYL/NDER 1
o. placer..*Quarter. K. epl ...eb lot. Mrs.T.N.Norman of Gum easy to .continue. make that lUUetwaterfront I disturbance VALVE-/N-HEAD .futf MUIt:. Sp.ds1 ,
..... keen
heretofore ,,
db"'" Section Twenty-one. Town- and Mrs. .. M. White and Inspires the confidence of in San jTranclaco look Ilk* '_p._srOaP Pr'-
South. Rang. it Keel. Con- .. men In a .uj- b ..s 'Il'.
t.ini" : Nellie Edwards.Mr. : young person nothbV at alL It's no wonder the nlal.; .
*..u..acre...m.nt more of said or leee.T"e property' : and Mrs. B. M. McRae readily than the knowledge Governor ,had lo call 'out the. TRUCKS .waved. .,.,. ." ;"
under in ". said> certificate. U.ued w.. Tuesday for Lakeland where he, or she to able. to save 1DWtJa. 1' :
the name of bowl.. Oujron. I $>
: .
r.J ..Ie.. Ud c.rtlflcate will make their bom !even though the amount I
"JJeemod accord Into law taxdeed S from month to month to not MM. Wellington Wimpy, famed "
o* August,taereon A. r>, flat oa the loth, day The cat''which Plnley .. : ,Many a young man baa cartoon character who will "gladly .J r'
197ld this '4th lay 0( .Ial,.. A. D took along when h* moved enabled to make most de pay you scat Tuesday for a hamburger I -

A. J.'THOMAS. Big Laurel. Va. to Durba l. '& business connection: through today" and who goo about TORODE ,CHEVROLET COMPANYSTARK 1 ;' .\

Clark of Circuit Court ,.-..... tales away,wa reputation for thrift.... having constantly seeking. mat suitable t
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'JI" \ Bradford -.:c: nu rya. Jltlmat <1 4NVlaybeJou;Ve, t. : JqbJ3 T(1TttUAVEW1cg

\, 'Established 1877 .f4Jr Jthe.Doming year shows

+ulir.. ,, Ui1 pIIrt.of the
r- -- -r !' rq pp. Heard It But r

Published Weekly' on Fridays and Entered aa y CoiamlssloneVsjlnplanning .I: :
li use of our dollarsand ,cent, i :1"t
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, the .next twelvemonth; \ :

i !. effort has evidently!: ,'teeri, : lOpe of our contributor, sends In ,,Aril' Of Out C: CVHtAlttAUa ,

\ E. :U Matthews____.. _______._______- _Editor 1 to prune expenditure .when'* the following account of Saturday 23 YEARS -
tl\ .: =- possible so that, taxpayers :! wrestling matches, which '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE reap the benefits, ofi,l1 Dower were going to print..even thoughhe ,o .Wl MMORtTY OV THEM
I ?, jefused to accept the responsibility Me Utt U\t 20 AW&& 0\.0

;1'I', : Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in ,j One of the most conspicuous of even so' much aa signinghis

i'! ,' Advertising Rates on ApplicationIt's In the present budget Is initials to Jb: (Incidentally, '
allowance for the county's that Is ODe of the Inconveniences
;; of a home demonstration cf living lit''a' small town-If you -
f. easy to see who put the "hit" In Hitler. '!llI;'. salary,' and this phase of sign :your initial everybody know -

0 : .' drive has perhaps right away.. who it la.) _
more discussion than ,.* J.4r7' ,
We need a baseball park good enough to match any -
', Wrestling cam to the American 1
:, o .1 Legion arena, Saturday-night,.buta .
'As an emergency! meastire/ do- :
,''.Ir. crowd 'did notj, So far, as Is -
\ ; "'Only a,few more weeks until city politics takes I away'with' the services of'a
agent might' have known, the rubbery, large-chested
of'the stage.Wonder Justifiable; but it is to. .be principals I, of the;show were the

0 that It is"only a temporary first professional grapplers''ever.to {
i' ", and that the return of be seen locally, and: their presence
,J: ;, when the crop reduction program will
times will also mean the re- .haft\ been,well heralded through the
1? to political plums? of some capable person to fill Legion ajdmlrablja program to ad:;:

:' | 'i "off ice. vance Stark.'a position as an atHs' II II "
i in i Q ) I
|:in' 'spite of the resentment of letlc center .'However'the cltizenb'either --- -HH I-
Study amendments. to the State few who have been were! tired after, the busy

,,: ;.;t you. vote on them in i November /own to say persons that they didn't want Saturday, or were just not'Interested _
I \ after the" stores' closed _
;; onlya
-i coming Into their homes
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I-lj" few wandered. Without these,
to"'ehow them how to
W' Pathfinder remarks that an ocean }Is now a body things trying, there can be no doubt severalsport Enthusiast;;: from ? I

;::1 completely: surrounded by .trouble.: <; ,: the agent la given the Lawtey; and the press, the show
? and the welcome Into would have been called off for wantof .
,Ii 11';' 0 home peratlon that she deserves, untold an audience. I! --...

0 It is only human nature that folks should want 1 wilt be derived from bet Six of the wrestler were seen ,I rif i--- 'IIJ" <:. ""'=',

: service in a third class post office. In action by those of the gatheringwho -- "1

; 0 The goals of home demonstra chanced to'look directly toward c I
the arena. The writer was _
; 1' Those who locked in jail work were defined year. ago .
reporters were up enabled to now visualize the performance i -- -
Pl. Seaman A. Knapp Its
:' new slant on the freedom of the press. : ,\. he said: "We try to ; of only a particular two ? 1VIo MAOCCAH GEI I\. ." 1h0+ A'''.pXlthb
of''the six, because it was this pair A f'U't1 waIN! iIATUatllg tRDM MEWVDttWORtti'tits: \IM owcisaoKOUXTOO
vtfT 1; -:-- 0 the farmer greater thrift, which offered the first bout of the ME O9'.JI,.'f 'O' .IAIWO hbtO' "" '1 "CtNTKI..'UIJ 2.oUM .\.DA fSLNE j

: There are fewer millionaires in small towns raise vegetable.his own, provisions that he, to can first wrestling show he ever saw. Nor! U"I'C;. '"u.a\tY EAR! ...AS'N 1SOV. AND THE \l\\lttl 1M
so .
.:{{, cities-but bread lines are ,shorter, also. them the year round; that he And, admittedly, these hearty fel- roll 1\\\ -11 IN 9tH'"Cow.WI., ... GtveNAtsrzia.wnttutlda t \s .FOr. + 4'CtNA \
) did provide' an element of suspense -
tt o put his money into a better: ,
:r: Some keep all and sopercolating, and drift, until one fetched a rattling
$ women warm summer
through his home there will be howl of agony from the other with the start, breathe in never-Ceas motor J. J. Williams.;. Their position the office for a few minutes late
It./ what they are going to wear the next fall element and there wUl out a clap across the chest. ing staccato fashion' hi. snorts! of leadership In the advancement in the afternoon. He told us his
Of course: it night seem at firsthand of local sports Is said he ,
Q a gradual uplift,conditions. neither nasal'or butssort unquestioned. real name but was now
there t im that It wotU4, .at.least be In. throaty As to our city Itself, Starke Is going; under a third name becausehe
as ,and
The rimes-Union thinks a diplomat is a man : 'conditlgne of dry, stifled'gasps..' The16elng<
of the'men middleagedmen a1 good: baseball town. It could'bea had been'suspended for ninety
1 bers a,woman's birthday and forgets her age., will become a little with 1 the chests blggtr than contestant In the final bout, os> the good fight[town.. But it takes days:from the Texas association
their ( other hand, breathed with a luw,
: and a little straighter and 1ItoJDac.hI-Qhe t grandfather (( 'something else, a bigger city with while using a' second alias. He
:slaw} chilly sound; not unlike that ghost :
\\t': Nerviest stunt of the week: A burglar little, firmer, till by and by this' than there his with head mor, who drew on his chest ly swishing- the phone wires room for a stranger'type of sport stood for. a moment In front of a
California jail and making away with six blankets. rural society society where, will he be.must a .;great live( ; other In the first.bouts did receivea an- along Jacksonville Beach. The lattef fan,. to go- gofor'weratllng...."..... I' stand magazines on (which of which were you displayed get four
wrestler also refereed second
: -;-Q-. : 1 1f inating force In the land, ana measur of I".p (nl'. But: on "In. with the 'Telegraph for $2.35 a
II Can't
and the
the contrary, the most match < press understand the.fuss over
The vain continue .to stare into mirrors shall become a pattern, not went to a youthful wrestler applause called debted to him for the announcement that dull, little character"' sketch year. A'dv.) He 'chose one and

J M I imagine they see what: they wanted to see in the to our, own country how but to and all< Joe Jeffrle., who lost In the second that the middle bout wan/ won "Good-bye, Mr. Chips.", The main sat down Road to read "It was "fhe
a great for
showing Open Boys.
out,. ,rHeiKre. a moustacheand by a full body slam. c character bad ,,the annoying habitof
0-- people were able to readjust
'' WalterqWInCbell : '' wrestled with notable vigor at The winner of the second match, clearing his throat every time .
migKt announce a blessed conditions. times, and' though he was thrown, Oreste Vadalfl. also extended hU he spoke, which la bad .enough, to KEYSTONE GIRL KILLED
4; In advance, but at least he can't tell us when its' "Our project would haTe been quite a number applauded for him. effort to Ringing, though of course hear, and worse to read. Miss Nancy Varner, fourteen-

twins. ambitious If we had with several small boy piping up this was before the show, in a room year-old gVrl of Keystone Heights,
: 'We will Increase.(he wealth ''' was instantly killed when the automobile
from the ringside1. adjoining the arena. At that time JUST A BOY SCOUT
''rii give the people greater earn In which she, her parents,
The final bout was won by Cap- the press, lining the ,ringside Funny why you expect those who
,ill. Whoever said to think twice before you pe.ak. power X But other things that tain Otto Groebuch, a German who and listened, and planned to use earn'their'' daily bread In bizarre and her brother were traveling,
have !realized how hard It is for the teach Incidentally are that we talked to the referee 'in very goodEnglish gags like: '"As 4 singer he's a ways to have correspondingly plunged down an embankment near
average person
improve the moral tone, the Baxley, Qa., on Thursday of last
ib "but. $!holR>"to sass the audience godd wrestler but after the show bizarre taste about food, clothingand
on. conditions, and i the whole week. Her- father was badly cut
; in tones' fta't were broken was over, we1' started to change entertainment.! We
J'" 0- of the people, to try to and .We around ,then decided to always on the arm by flying glass and the
:::1{ I. fI' gutteral. ;A from his vic things drop rather suspected m wrestler would .
A magazine r article asks "What is a Democrat? 1'r all avenues of the wealth that tory he 4. designated as the one the matter altogether, figuring we while away his Idle hours with young son was credited with saving .'
create Into the proper channel with the f6' did not know about the I his life by applying a tourniquet
ability throw back his enough Culture"
"f" probably\be ,followed by one inquiring. "Where'Is as to create a better people. But chin,wldeij his eye* and stare like present status 'and judgment of "Physical or some' other above the wound.
"I strong man magazine, but it Isn'tso _
\k this Is not quite enough. We I :
',. .,'{1? have wealth and social pros- everything the Captain was pretty -'good wrestling. : to reverse" the l 0ganyway. and we feel kind of apologeticfor SATURDAY LAST DAY*

''''' ''i 0 t I and home comforts and not good at grunting, too; but for even suspecting such- a thing. Saturday la the last day to regIster -
$ The roads to Tallahassee should have a chance t a high minded, stalwart, cour-: loud breathing, none of the six surpassed -I The credit for the attempt to Introduce One of the battered boys who was for the city election on Sep
.a 'con.te.tant"Of' the first A new sport here goes to to take part on Saturday night's tember 11 City Clerk Carl Johns
that Governor Sholtz has announced that all st and brave. people. We .
now that.". mutch.: .;,This 'latter, >winded from the American Legion and ,Pro- American Legion card dropped Into announced. this week.

.hi are filled" :Truly: a high and difficult goal, .
0 1 I on. which, if ever achieved, -
.A newspaper editor who.is too busy to write his eliminate necessity for
: .'.,. FCRA's, CWA' and .
x' .torials finds plenty of people who are only too .
I other governmental agencies, !, ",Come see the tire that's

; It for; him., tot (pok ,after?,*:% people
4, -" 0'-'' In many instances; have' yrLff
.. >
>f:" :r:,. Whether it is the husband talkingabout fish or mselves.too careless: to.,look-" ,.after J the talk of America! .
< I
'talking.about former, suitors, it always the best .I .
: -
ti-Y got away. TO i7ONSEJLrE) ;JL\ft "at'
"\\.1+;, I. o' : ... !'. ,\( '.. Announced In April, it's going stronger than ,ever: in )!
1'Iil'/, .' BiMsiaess ..taen'.s'Club' of
August this sensational "'All I IW.ther..7he
new "Q:3"; Goodyear *
.,. Newspapers, recently announced that a hasjoined'.In.the; state ; -:

\ 1, got 'a 'divorce on coffee grounds.. Ills wife/I i: move.. ,for,theconservatlpno, f word's out-spread.'by "G*3"' users -. _ii "
1 bass la Florida. Similar'or. 1
:S ,drink milk for, .breakfast.. t l aaUoDa aU over, the. state 'are< that it's even better than we advertise. They say "43% _

{t""" 0 the movement and fort non-skid __
more mileage" is too modest They'say its
l?'. One exchange;! tells about a man who ,has a first time It looks as. It a con ; : _
effort will,be made to. have 'greater Center Traction much better stops
,l FkRA'official going around with the banner of a Legislature enact a law pro. : 'grips so -

candidate. on his automobile.' the 'sale of this valuable ,cars so much quicker-there's no comparison with '.

r 0 fish. I other tires..All music '1'f
, A recent bulletin from the State of which is sweet --and makes
; A New
;, Jersey'man; owed three years back .

'f,{. 'married his landlady. Now she will probably put, k Bass. quotes on Conservation Roger Babson of our saieszooml! Take a few minutes-come. :see.:what-! '

iJKy;\ washing dishes and ma.ke.im' work It out. .. that tourists are bring 'it's all about.. You'll be well repaid! "'
i4' **"' F FA Into Florida each year five -
.... o ,
<. as much money aa the entire '
;',ri! recent survey shows that boys get to know I .. :yield of the citrus crop. He ,, J.ti

.'i;: than ,do;girls by the age ,of six. The ladies ; t states that he believes that tr h

J. 'interest after learn to future prosperity of Florida
''K' they say "a- mme' I 'much"more on protecting ?: 1 G1 T ,

0 ily sport fishing and other C

i & Seminole Indians In the Eyerglades. said. t,6' ; which appeal to the tourist : \/p''/ J

starvation. had the other :things In which the ,
\\ We"always idea that an Indian seems'to
be Inter-
I \+:,: along on swamp cabbage and gopher 'meat. I F When 'Y.w

'i .....0 .-, bulletin, further states that; I G-J'!,Vour
, South Florida is expecting,more tourlata' than tons annually of.black ships bass. more It.|a.than Just VI.h.-.

! 'fear.' If We dress vp the town as much as possible "
; ,, .uneconomical.1, the literature Lo k You
.f'I", snag a few before they' get down that far.. ...,'to permit the sale of bass ('=' _::::: .What
... G.t
: :... I *"any, coadIUo..It.wquld, .., ,
I V\ to'p.rmdt''th..al. of quail In 1 '
VY A 'Frenchm has grown tobacco that Is' pract cery stores. *"' No Extol Cost! ,

"i'; 'void ,,of nicotine. .Wonder if :'cigarettes will' be as ? Js gratifying to' see.that fiti- I '...*';.OIYlA.SIIDW; i | Flatter .wider All-
k % now that they bid fairto becoming'' harmless? -.. I| ;I 'of.Drsdford'Coa.tyNI' well : $1 '"&'. .,.Tews* thick Center Tractls*.' ,Wettber'Tread.
other.aeotiOlia ofthe
[ > state, are "r %Trea.. Built wick Sup rtwtet.Cor ; ;;Mor 'Center TractUm(1696morenon- '
to the fact that
: up
+ '*. }fi"James'j: oo ev tt says that! she'never once' fish are one of -their biggest. I '*. Pull Overslse. LUetlsMl : ALL., > \

'" Franklin D. when he youngi; If' and that the Urn has <. SEE" "u'S' a fanre.vut'A. kid blocks ) .
,was that Is' of
one t i r..11 ..".- ''' .._..., .. '
when It la Deceuary .that !.. .. '
i I !U quirements there should soon be plenty of. take a hand In the matter of ,I \1 _-- [.,n...,.' Tougher,

:;x,In this day of infrequent parental punishment. this one, naturaf aset 1 */ r $4.95 .$5.70: 1. M.lat''' Tread. SupertwUt,
... 00".eI .: and 43 W
.nt doeen't cost us a !dtmevv;; f aes'.ew.&e toe ule. Cord Body
; "1. 0 Li : ,",+ 'In '
y 4r> ... Governor Sholtz haa proclaimed this a'"Safety y Interested civic organisation .na ......... .. _" ...... !More Miles of REAL
la that w
anything THE'BEST,
-.I.-.., .. "... NOn Skid.
', f for highway traffic. That Is going ,to ,be:hard to ; bring more people :to thia 1 .. -
what with vacationists home ., and there ,1s BO other one **i -
't.. :: hurrying .to get away ., -
; "' that Civic organizations could
}r fLnltoes, brackish drinking water and .., -, Ii' '
-If([ ..... moss : ..,that would .* rendering' .so' vBATTERIES' ,n 4tk, .'oi
0' h. .t. ltawvte. to Florida".. Service= ) 101I/

"( N Astronomista have announced thatvth) b : ,... .
7 Re-ter =
{ .* ar* like fevers. They < \ Motor' C(; .; -- I
:t. et'I"deter1nlned by its distance from the) sun,' run"a certain length, ofn Urn > + 103. .
." TIre
1' .f the planet's day and its power to retain an the employers /and ems ,,11' .,w Gart..td 0:

'z 7|sj disillusioning to learn that the predictions'of, ] 'M*arrive'at a\?;.tag*,:'.when 'I ,, e VIIhc.. t
show.symptoms of j r
,bare. no'influence whatever ...l comtoon. : ,5

"; : w""' '. *:<'!,'1.\-"i.l\,;\! ):. I V. ..' 'I( W'o,''>! "." 11< :';'1"". '.f, '., ) ,t '!; k .1tm"',, 'f..'\, ;,_--, I n.l. a 'JN rr ;- -
\ rd. 1 r, ,; ti : y ,: Fri