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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Thirteen Arrested Board To ConsiderIts ERA. Office Force r I
School To Election Outlook
Project Open ', \
Berries
Stay :
age For Cutting Trees 1 Next ..1Jlove'1i, ;: : /.t' Des. ,Night 'Work i.J'I'(
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For $60,000Be On State Tax Lands With ProspectsFor At Monday Meet ..... I ,Preparing Reports Contests"" : if'j

ills -t Away ,Up" Thar'In In City ; ,

Sheriff W J, Epperson: ,Wednesday The Board of County Commissioners Employees tt the Emergency j

afternoon arrested thirteenmen will meet Monday for consideration Relief Administration have been
Spent' Here employed by the Empire Lum- Good Year of ways and means of County Loop burning: the midnight oil lately In Inspires ,A YawnI
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bar Company of Jacksonville for doctoring their recently contractedcase order to file up to the minute re

cutting timber on land on which ,- of mandamltls.;' ports of conditions and probl'mll .

FER\ Expects ApprovalTo delinquent taxes had not bean pale Aid Of Federal Funds Expected A.. J. Thomas clerk of the circuit To Play Double-Header- Sunday In this county. Similar reports Incumbents' Swum TO Be Only Ones sit(:'

To \ With UsloqcountyWt L. D. Vinlng local representative Teachers Salaries Are court has been given. until With Daylight, Their Closest have,.been required from relief offices Interested-No Announcement <,"
And Alachua of the ,company Thursday Raised A next Friday to appear befora",.the Opponent 'throughout the country, andIt To Date' 'I 1
morning told County. Judge E. K ,la generally believed that President
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t drainage project.g Perryman that the cutting was The Bradford County High 1 show cause why Bradford County's (By LESTER SCHNELL) .Roosevelt has something new Whether it Is because of hot

In Sante Fe River. New done through an oversight and that School will begin Its 1934 33 termon levy for the next fiscal l year should The Berries have been. ,at It and big? up his sleeve since his return weather and epidemic of absent, ,\
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Sampson River, Water Oak court costs for the, arrested men Monday. September 3, with not be raised sufficiently to take again. This time they opened a from his vacation. mindedness or generally Improved 7Th,'

i Alligator Creek and South would be paid by the company. He eight full.months., higher'salariesfor care of the Interest.. and sinking whole bagful of mischief blasting: At any rate, It Is known that a business conditions no one seems. ",.

oator' Creek Is being drawn up also stated that the land on which teachers and in general the fund of '$ 3OOO In (defaulted road out a 13-0) victory over the Springs quick charting: of NRA's future to know but, candidates for' the, J

the offices of the local Federal timber .was being'cut would be redeemed moat successful term' In years in and bridge bonds. .f ifj lads In last Thursday's encounter. and stock taking: of all the alphabetical various of flees*to be filled in the .su

gency Relief Administration. view. Superintendent of Public In- If the board decides to Increasethe From all Indications, the local team agencies Is planned by the city election, September II seem Ii"

G Kiud. engineer planning struction A. J. Griffis said this levy, it will mean a net ,.Increase seems to be the "berries" in more President., What the outcome will to be as scare 'as, the. proverbial '.

fproposed project says that apmately Home Owners week.. of about ten mills for county ways than one. 'They appear to be be Is the. subject of much specula ben's teeth.. !'I}

$60,000 will be spent The coming year's" budget for taxpayers Mrk Thomas esti unstoppable noW and only sheer tlon.' Of course, there,are the Incumbents o\)!
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cleaning rights-of-way and schools throughout the county mates, luck can beat them as long as they or.A : .- -.- -- most of whom have announced

Klgtng these streams. Approval amounts to approximately $62,000 ...... continue to work together. For their Intention of putting their
Plans '
lie project by the state admin- Told. Of Mr. Griffis said. This' is slightly this sudden Berry'' "uprising," too Sheriff: Gets Word names before the ,voters on".the !14

ration Is i practically assured he higher than the budget for last Berry Plants much credit cannot be handed second Tuesday In September,'but i

year because of Increased salaries. "Lefty Joe" Sparkman;the young as far as competition Is concerned ri

[fork on New River and Sante Method Of Getting Loan For Aside from the usual tax sourcesof pitching sensation from' Waldo On Slot MachinesGovernor It seems that they will have every- 1,

| River will be done In conjunc- Building And ,Repairs school revenue Mr. Griffis Is expecting To The southpaw flash has been will- thing their way

n with Union and Alachua Coun- Explained aid from Federal ,funds Be Scarce Ing to take the hill often and work Next,Tuesday Is the last day for
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-- that have 'been promised to school hard; never. failing to' "ahoot the To qualification of candidates In the 'd1
Sends Letters
npletton of the work will re.re Of great Importance to'home systems here and elsewhere. works." .. Sholta el.cUon. City Clerk Carl John IE
In All Florida
i at least six months' Mr.d owners in Bradford County Is an Two high school vacancies remain Unfavorable ,Weather .bonditien. Sparkman checked sixteen more Officers Counties, aid this week and unless some .s.1
believes. of Cause Losses In Starke ,Ja strikeout victims to bring his list
announcement ways and meansof to be filled before school >wtey outsiders get ambitious betweennow
ork this week on county proj- financing reconstruction of Mr. Orlffis 'said and Is And Plant::, City to sixty-nine in five games pitch and that time It will be the
opens It "There" Is ample law for the
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i simmered down to conatruc- homes under provisions of the expected that an announcement of ,; ed. Sparkman was rather miserly suppression of all slot machinesand quietest election In :years In fact

i of the airport south of town Home Owners Loan Corporation.The teachers to fill these places will be A'shortage of strawberry) plantswas with his hits again, this time other
Ivy rains and high water caus- explanation was made this made next week.Nautical threatening thl/'Week'In the granting his rivals but, one blow, ". Coy ,,Sholts said this weekIn about fifty per''cent' of 'the, 875
drainage projects at, Lawtey week by John A. Plerson of Gainesville Starke and Lawtey..sections, 'as and they seemed pleased to get voters who have qualified will turnout y
to
letter Sheriff W. J.
1 Hampton to be temporarily who has been appointed architect *) in well as at Plant City, M the resultof that.., His mates,'too. added much a. Epper to cast their, ballots. Lastyear's I
"and head of executive
led, and the men 'engaging on for this,district, Including ; ,'RomanceOn drought and, flood conditions. to the cause; giving him errorless son as of this state the .I mustinsist qualified voter list, totaled'. '

were transferred to the air- Alachua, Bradford 'Oflchrlst, Levy early': this springHeavy rains continued -. backing. The locals worked on department .*' 861.
Bill For that these laws be enforced.
rt. .. and Union Counties.The Ritz to fall here almost dally. White and Self for sixteen hits and 'Mlddleton
The same letter was sent by the Mayor W. E. : said this
i outstanding features of the The; shortage Is not yet considered thirteen runs. 'It took the Berry Governor: to all sheriffs state's week that be did not Intend to be

corporation as explained by Mr. Fascinating Alice Faye sings her I extreme but continued heavy wr.cklng'Cl'ew. just two Innings attorneys and county solicitors In a candidate for]this'of flea In the> wit

Grain Crops I Plerson, are ,as follows: way through ''"She Learned About rains have rotted the roots of to shell White:? fl'om.the.\ Green' the state September election should anyone
Home owners throughout the Sailors". which cornea to the Rita small Cove hill draining; him tot'six +s
I many plants which have become Governor. Sboltc''referred to the else announce., However, tf there>
nation now: have an opportunityto Theatre on Sunday for a twodayrun. 'established from the runners hits and as' many runs. Then, In constitutional, are no takers, Dr.\ Mlddleton will P ,
repair recondition and make She :Is co-starred with few of older came the visitor's twirling ace, prohibition against
hortest In Years .plants. consider the position' for''' another
'' the ,operation of lotteries and to .
Self who was :greeted with a '
whose
additions to their ,dwelling with Ayres a sailor shipmates
.Farmers generally consider that, ;y.ar1 ,
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; acts of the Legislature prohibitingthe rk
\ funds provided by a dew government are Mitchell and Durant the happy show of ten more singles in theremaining '
the weather for the past few weeks operation of, any kind of slot : Cljrk Johns will be candidate' )
team of 4
of $200.000000. vaudeville headliners who seven laps
appropriation ) has been Ideal for setting strawberries '' "Which element ; himself '"'his i -
machine contains an to succeed In many-
II i county Falls To Make,Aver .This was lBde| ,:,fallible to portrayed the senators In "Stand 'Not* only did the 'Strawberry
where healthy .
plants Gould of ehanoo In Its operation:! titled office of combined city clerk.treasurer .
Corn Yield Up and Cheer" ,boys"dl detente
age Other"Sedlon.Suffer' the Home Owner Loaa Cop ratton And Just for good be plaan alr-tlght. ,;
had. Some farmers tare Anotta..i.th.! said
setting Governor tax collector and tax aaisor. I
In ,April to carry on th, building measure the inimitable Harry but they were also .hitting--and '
recovery program until the provisions Green appears as a South Amerl- plants already,'and others are. hitting. together:; Jimmy RItoh prohibits:minors or, persons Under ... : ; Although Mr, 'Johns ",doe* i(
turning under cover crops and pre ? guardianship 'from'' gambling of not believe he has cause for ,
worry
{Prediction has been: made :by of the new National HousingAct'Could can Impresario. cam through with three blows in
paring the land for later plant.hngs playing" games ,of chance or slot. over any opposition he might have. 1,
.rat reporters .that', tha grain. ,, be.pu<nDottOIl.-*Florida's > 'AU_ Faye,;the singing flame of %* four ;official' tips! wlth George *; '
Id 1 this year la the United Statest share of this appropriation is George .White's '"Scandals," has Beck, and Halite Jones" following machine-. b..wUI feel Just 4a. .well.If,next

be the smallest in thirty years, approximately .2. OOOOO. However another good number' In this one Many Inquiries, about plants are closely with three, out. of ,five. "CltUens, and paq.nta'are,, continually Tuesday passes'.without,,,any an.y

cording to Associated Press reins this amountwlll, not be held In called ,'/ ere's ,the Key to My being received here from the i Woodall and Monaasa., celebrating ;complaining to this, office nouncements hi*'race'. A
southern part I of the state but tt' "' the said at the outset P., M. Barefoot O. L.i Beasley..

Secretary of Agriculture reserve In case ,applications for Heart." And she. puts It over with their mates', success at the plate Governor
allace, however, stated that Is doubtful If many outside orders of his letter ,"that 'slot machines and T, N.' K.ncrlck.'th..tb..aI..
[ loans, In this state are dilatory, but all the effectiveness of a great by taking a holiday took but.two
ere i Is no danger of a food shorts will be apportioned In other states voice and an alluring personality.Of wlU be able- to be filled '!. this each ,out of four: stands:", are being,operated In, the dermen whose terms of ''office) ex-
county, state In contravention of the law. plre this have stated their Intentions
s year
where applications have been received course this Is just part of her In the other league game Louis
While other parts of the country exceeding their' allotment. charm. Her portrayal of the lass Given twirled the ,Daylight nine 'Will you-please give this your of becoming candidates

fffered( from drought this see- This situation makes It Imperative who loved a sailor puts her in the FILTER' INSTALLED to a "-S verdict over, Fernandlna prompt and'careful, attention and A./ L. Alvares, by'his: decisive? Si,

was damaged, by too muchIn for borne owners to make immediate ,running for dramatic honors,' too ,. Junkie M.: Smith has recently keeping the Grocers hot: on the advise this office as to your" efforts victories over opponents In past 7
and a severe toll was taken within your jurisdiction. years seems to have permanently ,
application If they expect to Ayr. Strawberries' trail.
1 the corn In tola Lew r ,Is delightful as' the Installed a screen pressure filterIn discouraged all aspirants!, to his Job
crop county, : ,
take advantage of this opportunity.These Stork 131 Fernandlna 0
I The ravages of the drought havet ambitious sailor lad. who wants to his dry,cleaning plant. "It enables Local as chief of Starke's. police force:;, JI'
loans are available to the out of the ,he The local nine .,ent their winning PER Unaffected
get navy so can earn us to make clothes look much
oply affected the grain supply following grojps of home owners: enough to support the lovely Alice. better and at the same) itlme Is streak soaring' to.nine It seems that prospective, eaD.dtelate' ;
I the nation but also the entire As:Some Counties Merge have found out what lawbreakers -,
have straight
1.'Those who already secured Mitchell and., Durant have plentyof much faster than the old ," last Sunday afternoon upat '
1 and cotton supply a* welL The loans from' the corporation, proce.s.Mr. Fernandlna taking,, the upperand have long known- that
.
rn crop la expected to fall nearly opportunity i for slapstick com : Smith said.' The public Is Invited ''Bradford Counties Chief Alvarez !Is a bad man to buck)
billion '2..Those who are eligible to have edy and they never miss a.trick to'torn, In and inspect the In a 1-0 affair This' markedthe''ninth and Alachua '
[ bushels short'of: normal their mortgages taken over .by the Harry Green Is better than successive loss" 'r tot the remained unaffected this w..k- asa up against. jf* A
ever. new piece machiaejry.
hlle the figures oh wheat as satiated corporation. I Fishers, although once again'un- reorganization: of Region No., 3 On the whole, thinglook pretty xt

are the smallest since thel0'a .3. Those who own 'their. homes der the wIDe)' of Manager Frank of the FERA was made combining bad In,the way of fall entertain.

) clearof any.mortgages;; but onlyIf Allen they show Indications of Increased the ten counties covered Into five ment. With. the ..aeoD.t Klngsley er
|The dry siege both diredtly,'and they "cannot get reconditioning More. Than Two Thousand Pupil/'''Taught strength dropping their districts Lake almost over,.,baseball activity,, '+

directly Is rapidly paring the na- loans from private lending last three hairbreadth, soon drawing to a close and on top
by
any games While the smaller counties will '
n's meat supply., Millions t of agency.., .. Li Record Of Retired Teacher School Here scores.. I The Berries still remaineda ba merged Alachua ;and Bradford of It all a quiet city'election? Ho
'toe and sheep are being bought ___ ___ hum look. as If we'll.have to talk,
'should write
Those who apply -- half ahead of the '
rapidly
game will not be:. affected, 'the'officesat ,
the government both because directly to the reconditioning division ,Two thousand-one hundred and er; assisted perhaps; by one .or advancing Grocers.For Gainesville and,Starke continu- about the weather a while yet.
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f eel ey,are and starving and now from' lack of of the Home Owners Loan 1 thirty-two pupils, started on the two of the more accomodating- boy, the"locals' Pete, McKinley.a .1 ing to,cover, their'' original terri ." ,.,<
water ,
also becauseere road to greater Few students. -
Corporation Graham Building knowledge newly acquired lefthander, twrll. tory.,. '
nthi will to be no feed for them in Jacksonville,stating as clearly as If. any, teachers I In. Florida''' could Drinking water was another ed five-hit ball for eight and one- The move which Is for the County Warned
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come. possible what they wish done In the I match the record of Miss .Olive problem that had to be coped withIn third innings, while whiffing seven pur ;
[ President pf effecting In overhead -
week pose economy
Roosevelt this
way of reconditioning. They will Ray elementary teacher In the the days when the school was located McKinley apparently has the stuff ''
lornly warned '"profiteers" 'and receive three blank forms with instructions Bradford County High School who where the Woman' Club I it takes to stay In the lea cue, and.with will save. approximately Of ,
W.
$1OOO V. Powers
peculators" a month re- Dengue
that Eery
the
governm.ntould '
to see the architect of last week was. advised by W. S. building now stands.: Many years Harvey on the shelf should 'said this ,
step in If they attempted to the .district and have' him help In Cawthon. State Superintendent of must yet elapse before sanitary' be a great helf In keeping the Berries week.glonalaJminlstrator', -1 ,- ,

fe lion advantage of the drouth situ- executing ,the application. The Schools, that she could retire from drinking 'cups w.re.o,to be offeredto on top of the ladder.McKinley ; -

according to press. reports. architect will serve In an advisory teaching and receive a monthly an ,Increasingly germ-conscious was opposed by' Jake Bunch who ,The office at Lake Butler will be : Destruction Of Mosquito Breeding,, q,
[ Talking to newspapermen Mr.oowYelt nation each moved 1 to.. Lake City .the one at Pluee I. Urged By Health
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capacity In deciding what Is essential pension ;, class room had,, a wa just a* troublesome a* aver ,' '
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[ said he thought existing in, the way of repairs and I- Miss Ray has *'n autograph book bucket and a dipper anda"boy letting the Berries down with five Mayo will be moved,to Live Oak. Officers., "

Isolation gave Federal authorities modernization. and In estimating\ with, the signature.of every pu would' be sent to draw,water from bit*. and the offices at Cross City Tren- --, ."'' "
Irapie power to protect the nation the coat of the work. There will pil she,has taught and a glance a well which then stood by the The battle whichwas'tlght'foisix I ton and Williston will be moved to To prevent a spread 'of'dengueor s
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unwarranted Increases In preliminary through Its disclose store? belonging to J. 'G. Alvarez. Chlefl and. "break bone", fever throughout 1
pages
',e Price of be. no charge for this )' many innings; was broken j J' up, by
14 food. service. prominent names Among them is of course it was.not. difficult to 'Woody" Woodall.. who singled Th..regional offices will continue Florida every citizen must aaaum
"ticlpate: Roosevelt "he'did'- ''*not When the" 'Iosn? gas 'been ap I that of Truman G. Futch who went;, find a- boy who was anxious'to geta sharply, swiped M.cand.and.' CfOII" I In Gainesville'( as' at present., a militant attitude:In cleaning up> ;

>ose emergencies beyond proved the architect ,will furnish I to school to Miss Ray during the few minutes vacation .from the ed the platt.,, 'when Mannaxsa I: f .in ; f pose/blrmoequltot braMdlagxplac. ,

nty existing of ; that there was plans, specifications, and contract I first two years of.her teaching career class room,, to run ,ithis errand.In singled past third*.. Although the Lawtey Man Hurt' Dr. Henry Hanson, state health officer

t food despite decimation documents, so that bids can, be I which began In Hampton. Mr. those days, theitaarhert: from Fishers did not seriously threaten said this week
crops In wide areas bat'.that If ,;tin Auto Accident At the present the fever !in practically
trials taken from three*on more licensed Futch was. President of.the State their small salaries' perhaps $ 0,00 to score In the last of the ninth 1
arose due to the maneuv- contractors in the district."' These Senate Iri-J833,and several times a month;: must pay for wood, chalk acting Manager Bill Epperson ,-- confined,to the Miami sec: v
ring
"Pared of selfish interests. ,.. he was bids-will be opened by the archI- I of late: has.,been Pl.nttollec1a and other incidentals.:.-Their salaries chose to take the safe t side ,and :"4: STann.r:: Lawtey filling station tlon and adjacent territory running '
to meet it:> of the owner possible gubernatorial candidate In must be carefully, I hurt a* far north a* West Palm .acboj)
Officials tect In the presence I budgeted sent Joe Sparkman to the hill operator wo* critically
"vdopment said they anticipated no and the contractors concerned.,The 1934., too. because the school year was from his first ,base post;to'finish when his automobile crashed into a Dr. Hanson said., A 'few Cue hUe'

@CBS.ry which would make It three lour bids, will ,be sent to the I' For,thirty-three years Mia Ray I only:four months long, and arrangement the affair It ,came about when, wooden shed on the Lake City road been reported from other sections.; ;

at to UM'drastic'' powers; state headquarters of,the corpora- has taught In.the elementary department must be- made VC i I Mutt' 'ODII away McKinley. sent one Whitebouse, about 8.00: o'clock Including, the Jacksonville, metro -;
,
VTXB- the cooperation' was "expected- tiea*.Bd ; aa of them approved. of the bight school: here; .,and sleep through th*: eight:long .slsslma'down th* middle? Hall re- Saturday night. china area but tb.re'baa' been no-' '
majoray on the exchangnd that an twenty-four years baa been spent month of vacation Urns.It .'. decided outbreak a* yet. he said.
tanatlpg
from The architect will then see l. < by .waving a spiteful, ash According to an Investigation by '
But is' food handler as, w.u: contract '.documents "are, properly with. the first grade.,where abe i* 1* to IOn Ray that the credit .to hnock was.mad at the .
. >te House that', plain, erected"and will, supervise 'the conceded ,to have beets a .forceful ,goes for Introducing report cards :bear' nose.' The hit wa good tar Tannej"' failed to' turn' left on .a be, scored for possible, moa-j 4
th- President,
||hlllks> there Is actual construction. teacher patiently helping her pupils I honor roll*and first aid In th* [two II&CIU.Dd thus Bparkman was curve driving the cal head-on Into quito breeding places but as much{ ?

td-
that he will not hesitate ,to : mortgage practically, an loans : were msjovatUao. I at the time, and !fanning Pitcher Bunch for on and ,Wagner Th*' car knocked! down of Florida'
lep> in If such should for reconditioning, mad" by "the Complaints in latter years, from were'.regarded as 'modern:'"'frills' .forcing th*''next to ground out.. three posts, causing the shed to the health official warned He reo.


--the.,.next .few. months.TO the loans for refinancing. la rare heating facilities and other;modern Indeed they were Fisher's,. while Carter handled II The Injured man wa taken to a upon himself to' see that pool r'

Instances where there is an existing convenience*, would meet with thought so little of at first that the I the offering of McKinley. and Jacksonville hospital. *He I* re. of water confined Id containers are,
BUILD CABINS mortgage hetdby a' private little sympathy from,"Mis* OUv*. teacher must pay the'expense her, i Sparkman for the Berries. ported to han received fractured dried upimmediately.'.: In: connection .

A.' H. Hall this week"llep... ras- lending, agency, at! reconditioningloan a* she ,Is known ; to thousand of self. If she wished ,, to us.. them: Next Bundsy-the Grocers will skull and severe cute and bruise with his references tq the) business -'' ; ,'

Be the old frame,house opposite may be bad If the owner of pupils. And small wonder for ah* However, their worth wa conceded have an opportunity to show tl elf I'/, .. areas,,Or. Hanson pointed out'that ka'

at. Williams' borne on Road 4$. the existing-mortgage will ,subordinate remembers the day when a janitor when It became'apparent that .worth agattost'th Berries a* they MARSHAL ON ,VACATION great many cases have dew k

-*> Ifell recently purchased: this It to a first mortgage placed wa* something that could b*>found they were an Incentive for children 'lock bat up at Panama Park. A L. Alvares, chief of police' la sections veloped in Miami fat the downtown. t

0 Place and will UM the lumber on the property, by th*' HomeOwners only In the dictionary: and teachers to perform better MMDTB.There ., I It:may be of Interest to soma .taking a vacation: this week.- It chooser of"Mosquito 'ate.' not ,,"
build' cabins for rental purposes.CHRIsT1Aq Loan Corporation. Tbeto- had to do their awn sweeping and Is none who will deeiy'thatMia 'of the team' followers to hear I Ia not because of anyIncrease, la and -the area. they' fly mto W''

tal amount of an loans mad by the dusting, ct pay to haw it.done. Olive will be missed from the that Burnham. the young southpaw local crim that h* need i aoaee..rr that effort r'

CHTJmCH' NOTIC corporation to any new ham owner fMla flay 1 1'ecaDa many ,a .cold. school. of-which she !lad'.become i. (recently. loosed by, th*. Berriepitched" .Mr. A.area said, but, because*,ret.<, It communlU be mad throughout." Or. 1 Isrree'Wdt;:ta*'!> Florida' ,tt;'

Rev. DauptrJ'; can not be more than eighty per wet morning whert she baa arrived an Integral part but It can be her '.'no-hit gam forth baa been *ome', time aloe he hadany' 4, 'f
rt.tlaa CbuI CCItT ...... of the to. find the school room almost a* boast that win hv ,Dengue fear to tr nsmItted elymt4; ) ,;
than
a 01 cent 'of the. appraised eh more .1 *)OalnevUte : Flyer ae r .they Urn 'off. IV. aV+Thornton, by mosquito ./,...,
and'so tf th ., "
Prada a&the Cheek property plus the-coat of rtcoodlUoolag cold. If not quite as) wet. a*.the 2.000 former pupil and more) than tor***, Back High 'Spring,. 2-0. night: marshal... I" taking .Mr..,Al- .. '
Itartr. ....... .. M4 weather;,'outsld 'i OB aucfe'' 4.9OO to ... quite are .radla.tt'em '".,.-
morn at efev act total Mot tha $ > \ snonstsupvah grateful parent ; 1' I Bumlnirt had won .one and lost vares's,plate during IWIJ absence. fever, t1o1MM4' f'I'.I.
O'eJoek.'III' ... si Wsto win k.* flea .. herself.''would build tae with her fa her sptoejdld. record and .for, Uae gue ease arse
",_ ... 010.4''fte take .. .. tw- ;locals afore beta- Nick'Thoma I* workla* th* night. '.
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S GRAHAM BROOKER L. R. GsJney. They accompanied HIGHLAND Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Sn and!I Fever and children of Miami, and Farm was the guest of 3rs J.
I I O. L. Harrison and family of Lake Harnage and W, T A
Mr. l.. C. ._.... C.rre.e..dr.l ..._ e'en iimlmrr.Capt C.Ie.e/1a..dnt her home to spend a few days. ].. K, Cmtm, C. l..p...de.tMr. family. WQrth. day afternoon. Ha.ruaCt SUI!
-- Mr. and Mrs Howard Summersof Mr., and :Mrs. Nelson T. Green
C. 8. KelleyBrooker was a W. W.: Ward of Dublin. and Mra/ Max Carter returned -' and children of Starke spent Sunday -I Clyde Hall wan visiting friends Albert Williams of Jack*,, ,
visitor bore Monday.Jlmmie Ca. and LiouL CoL Bloxham Wardof High Springs spent Sunday hereas Saturday from a month's here with relatives. and relatives in Tampa this week. ; was the guest of Mr. and m

/ Reynolds of Tampa the U. S. Army were visitors guest of ber mother, Mrs. Reta stay at Hot Springs. Ark. They Rev. S. E. Godwin of Marvflle Miss Jessie Brannen of Jack-. S. Sapp Sunday and was Bra&ccoIt J

pent several days of last week last week In the borne of their sister Brown. report the weather very hot and ; held regular services at the Bap- sonville, who has been the guest\ of panted home by his wife 'ho ba
with his brother, John Reynolds. :Mr. and Mrs, L. R. Waters and dry all during, their stay. : tist Church hero Sunday morning. her grandmother, :Mrs M. E. Ma- been spendin a few day ?,,
Mrs. J. D. Baxter of Brooker.
Mrs. Jack Coodge of Sampson Mrs. Reta Brown motored to Or- Albert Crew. of Jacksonville is i naire left this week for ber home. ber parents, )fro and Min. j. ,
City was visiting/ friends and relative Both of these men are old Bradtord lando Sunday Finding: come time here with Mr.: HAMPTON A beautiful program was wen: Sapp.
!* her Tuesday. I County: boys and received a hearty and Mrs. G. N. iCcrman. : delivered at the Hampton Baptist. Mr. Ike Norman
T. B. Plnholster and E. T. Stuart MlM ..*. XBIM*. e.rrj._*>. Church last Sunday evening by the : and chU
returned to bis welcome In their home were guests of Mrs.
Leslie Jones county. were attending to business In Cecil Hardee was a visitor to J, A. P41'11&g
after relatives Rev. Charles Hartm&a, pastor of Lawtey B. Y. P. U. Every one enjoyed Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
home here visiting They left Saturday for South FlorIda Starke Saturday.Rev. Starke Saturday. i
In Tampa and Nichols for several C. B. Dupree left Saturday for Calvary Baptist Church Waycross, the service. .
Frazly Shaw
I of
to visit. other relatives alterwhich G. E. and the
McCauley daughters su,
weeks.A. Donaldson, G& for a visit with' Ga.. assisted by his brother Bob Revival services will begin at Farm was the guest of
her
Ward will return to
Captain Juanita and WlUene, motored ptreas
A. Youngbtood and son Lester his. home in Dublin Colonel Ward to Georgia last week-end. relatives. Hartman. who conducted a series the Baptist Clinch September 3, Mr. and Mrs. U U Conner,T Sut
Miss Jewel Carter and of revival meetings here about a and continue Indefinitely.
of Waldo and Fred Youngblood will go on to San Francisco Calif., They were accompanied home by Little day afternoon.Mr. .
of Ft. McKay were visiting" Mr. where he plans to retire from the his father. Junior 'Carter returned Sunday year ago. was the guest of Mr. and :Miss AJUe Rhames, who Is and Mrs. Tate Alvarez 11II
and Mrs. Fred Johnson Sunday Army and make his home. ... from a month's visit with their Mrs. A. L. Johnson recently. teaching at Woodlawn, spent the children spent the week-end win.hw .
''r afternoon. E. L. Crosby of Jacksonville grandparents M.C. and Mrs. W. A. R. V. Han of Tampa Is the guestof week-end with her parents, Mr. parents. Mr. and Mrs. "
H. P. CalM to L
was attending andMonday. .1
friends here
i Florence of ) visiting Sunday Starling, at Clay HIlL his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. and. Mrs. C. W. Rhamea Edwards.J. -
Mrs McKinney business In Starke
Monday. .
Mrs. T. R. Carmtbers of Jacksonville .......:: C. Sapp Is
: with spending
Sampson City spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ruth of MIr and Mrs. J. R. Mott and Hall.The Guar a wills
here the Church
her sister. Mrs K. Strickland. spent, ,SUnday Hampton Baptist Jacksonville;:: with his broUitr-T
Raiford spent the week-end here daughter Bonnie, were attending guest of her slater, Mrs. Ruth held its annual Sunday School picnic law and dieter, Mr. and :!
Miss. Thelma WyiTn, who baabeen as guest of her parents, Mr. and to business. in Starke Saturday.Mr. Marr.A. at the beach Friday, August\ Ml.. Ell....... Ham**. C.r. Williams. Mrs Alow

' visiting friends and relatives" Mrs. L. A Brown and Mrs. R. C. Groover and C. Wallace left Saturday for 10. One hundred and fortysevenwere Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groover and There wUl be prayer '
for several weeks In J;: rk-n: Miss Mary Alice: Cahoon of I son. William of Miami spent partcf Jacksonville where he will be located present. Bathing was the or- eon. William of Miami and Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs.meeting Broite
and Tampa, returned to her home 1'Jacksonville was visiting friends last week here with friends and for some) time. der of the evening after which and Mrs. W. H. Crones and children Johns Friday night. :

441 Wednesday afternoon. 'here last week-end. relatives. Mr. and 'In. H. C. Wimberlyand supper was served. The out-of- of Umatllla, who have been .- -

14.".. C. B. Roberta, Seth Roberts : Mrs. L. A. Mintz of Jacksonville Mrs. J. U. Kelley and Ura. L. D. little Patty Wimberly left town guests were: Miss Irene visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Har- Gutta percha is the dried, n!.ty,>
a and R. S. Waadln were business i I spent part of last week here as Polk were visiting/ In Lake Butler Monday for their home In Nichols Hines and Rev. G. E. McGauley Thursday Juice of a spongy tree found l In tin
vbrltors. to Starke Wednesday aft-I i guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Wednesday. after spending some time here with and family of Brooker; Mrs. R. M- Mrs. Carrie Shaw of the State Malay Peninsula.


pt pent ernoon.Carlton the Davis week-end and Bartow In Jacksonville Wise' i I "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES" ---Al Gives A Frinedlv Warning ---By POP MOMANDHo -I

4: with relatives. 1 .a B m ,, MM. MMMM__ __ ___M _MM_ M ____ M_ ,. ,? _____ ?
7N'' Mr, and Mrs. Dewey Strickland oo..tT LIGHT i C LOCKS ??-. : f/ rr-a ALL MY FAULT J SERGEANT
rff and family' of Ocala spent the COME ALL 'NTO ME.ou..e % YOU OUGHT TO OH -0t DEARIE r r ,z. :!.QUIRT "'""_._ MERE IN 'AFTERNOc* AND
week-end with Mrs. Strickland's .. .H' CLOc.KS 'N THIS DoN'T KNOW warren OUR CLOCKS, MB *. x CLCAlM -4- S W,5", AFRAID HCTD STAY ON TILL ELMeR
parents, Mr. and Mrs O, W Dyal. .. ARE! So FAST". TI=SSIE. THEY FCRboT ABOUT .. CAME SO :I: :SET TH' CLOCKS FAST TO < nT
' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woodward of X WAS DOWNTowN A 1'1-iIN6 ABOUT wcixe TWO l-4 iJRS 3ET1lN' T r RIO OT HIM IM PLeNTY or-

alb, Plant City wore visiting relative. ,, AHEAD OPO TH' ITMILKfr4W : FAST THIS MORNING; CLOCKS TIME ---
for several days last week. THIS RIMT

e Mrs Lacy Rigdon cf Hellbronn : ; ; LAST NI61 MT,

t Springs was visiting ber sister' 1* c. -
*' Sirs. Ellice Starling, Wednesday. hMT-'NGr I --.J. )
Mr. J. W Reynolds returned to

'. tier home alter spending several ...
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1b days in Fairfield as the guest ofMr. -***

+ and Mrs. Albert Rhames.I '

Albert Yarborough of Starke
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4 was visiting H.. C. Surrency Monday ,
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Nl F:
Calvin Starling returned home i m
cc Sunday after visiting relatives for
several days In Tampa.
')t Ellis Shaw of Plant City, who
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v ha been visiting b... aunt, Mrs. A THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Proof Lackin-

W.Broughton, for several, days, returned -
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to his home Saturday. p1fpm SPENT THE

Mrs. Silas Gray and family of AfTERNOON LIMY Nl GREAT IWNNt1 ROMAN';! "" -JVS1 BECAUSE TK lAbEtA

Coulee were business visitors here PANTRY AND Lnolt AT ALL 1Ittt GOOD ARE A UTUE (),\.!..OaKt
{ SaturdAy. YOU TO THROVI OUT AU.THVt. fooo'rtoGKOCtftt MIO11DtR O1)R / Li. FHINXS TH' STUFf W NO \
ii: George and Randolph Reynolds TRASH TOR WOA..ARE GOODMY GOSH" THtRtS '
of Tampa are visiting their uncle, ME 60 NIGH! fNOOGH l FCXV HERE r
"' J. W. Reynolds, for several days. r It STAR\ A GOOD SI lED rT1I 1 ;
J Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts of IUGHio! ? 11 II RE ''Er. ,
If Starke were visiting Mr. and Mr.,, ,1 ( or __...
O. B, Roberts Sunday. i I

. Mr. and Mrs. L.'W. Phillips. and I ,
son" Denwlll of Jacksonville were
visiting/ Mrs Phillips' brother-Inre. -
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law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. F M. 4 C -II .

Griffin Sunday. // 1
Mr. Henry Padgett of Chief- -f '

land returned to her home after 47
visiting several days with her,

mother Mrs.,Kate StarUng.i .
i Murphy Byrd of the Cooter Pond
s section. was a visitor here Sunday. 1
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Chum and Cecil Robinson of st.
a George, all were visiting here during THE -
rJ the week-end. ": : MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET"a'V_ By LF.- Van Zelm \

W* are very glad to report A. J.
Crawford Able to be up again, after Y l
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YA "' SflGalci. 0
t.I being confined to his bed with tinily UZI 'I'IO'IU. M
HOMY UHDEQiTAMO
malaria fever rnt appendicitis I IT- Mi'4 A
to W. Rosier of Jacksonville was MAIM TbeEr'5 I 1'10' floor.....rz CSI"1M" Q ( YtAN-aft j 4d'' HaunO Main QL

m vliltor here last Wednesday, PEPPY PAPE2 ", LAWN CAKED AN* 60E1 WiM ME vRgRK,
A Mr. I. B. Job" and children of WE'i FULLA LEAVES S hKis idea fHE >ZdCPfs 30 j OUT 1u4 N.T POST ff
(. Woodlawn spent last Thursday PooR.rLOPPY. FISH AGAIN LEAVE4 h WORKIftt LA2Y' ME 11rOMf QUTCNER P
here wit" Mr*. R. N. Crawford. THAN 110U 'WON'T EVEN IIAVE lb Tip
EASIER
Miss. Vella Prlvltt of Jacksonville oWNSUM ROSS YOUnd
r spent the weekend here the 0 6_ FLOPPY. f -rnd

guest of friends and relatives. ITS ONE TUlMO. Tb 8E 1
,: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and d L
"-' children oNWoodlawn spent Sun DUMB -I|T% ANOTHER. ),
day heirs the of Mr., and THING., 1b Be LAZY -' ; d
guests _; (l. b 1I a ..... 0
,, Mrs. R. N. Crawford., eUT "vtovpY'" I4H, 1-

Miss Martha Crawford Is spending MAIN BEET'S ''DRON6/ ,J.I. _J_
this week at St. George, Ga., 14 BOfI.4o4f.'g\ uMBLA1't SEEM SnwM .\
.the guest of relatives MG TNEtK y -
Phillip Sullivan and d'd .....r r
'paby'daughter of Jacksonvillespent .. .Ikr O l ; 1L ;11 17
n HOUR AlK ? V +d aI d- .J tJJ
Sunday here with their JJ
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r, mother Mr. Jean Gasklns. a.. ,.,....
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Oasklns and waIK' 1 O 11n',,,,, 1 a ., -.4. M ...,/1Mn/. -a'. .;:<:.-.w.L ...;:..
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baby ,recently spent a weekend in -'--- --' .- ,,env,ael_

b'e Jacksonville Miss Bernice with Rosier relative.has returnedto I .DOROTHY DARTOT ; ;" 1
Charla.McManus's
her home In Jacksonville afterSpending
several days. here, thguest I -, -

j.4. of relatives. > ""1Y YOUNOSTR. Mr REAT, GREAT GRAND MOTHER!\ V VE*. AT WHEW JUST/ CO UPAMD
'. Mrs. Mary Reddish has returnedto WHO DID YOU GRANGr'r /QOOOI\lUt.i I'1E.OOS'" -IU lONKII -N/N0RE0 THINK Or THAT ONE HUNDRED AND FORTYPAG&
CALL
Mi THoSt ROSY MCJT1'LRCHU I SMC STILL LIVE' ON'' rtC '
the home of her daughter. f ANOiOR'TY O t HUMO4CO ptKesTacar"
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r O. W Andrews, at New River, aft )( FROM' AND

rtd$ .r' spending some time her with r t
relatives.W .
> are sorry to. report little

*' ,Miss Jean Reddish on the sick list
ri ,thlsu week.recovery.We' all ',wish her asyssdy e FORTY'p


r y Miss Villa Prlvltt .Is spending:

r some time In .Jacksonville; the i i
,guest 'of friends and relative. .
E. W. Rosier o< Jacksonville was

, '''a recent: 'visitor\ her, He was accompanied /
hU family whoM _
borne by IIR

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XOTICR' Or MASTKU'd' SALE !' HKHULUTION
STRANGERS Hitler Is PlanningTo Notice I I. hereby srlven that under JOINT HElOLUTIONA A Joint Resolution Proposing tn i
W 'R T J GAINESVILLE .Raiel&e a and by virtue of that certain Final Joint Resolution l nnAmendment Amend Suction 84 of Article III ofthe
and
the
of
foreclosure. made to Article 10
Become King Decree of "of the Stale of
strong plea for the youth of America rendered on the SSth. day of JulyA. Constitution of the State of FI..rIda ('nn.ltOton, to County andMunicipal

to be given every educational Think I>. m4. by Honorable A. Z. .d- by Adding Th.r..to an Additional H..latlnl nients,
Observers the Twenly Blxth Be Known as '
kin.*. Judge of Mention to 4fkSr. S
NEWS advantage, N. Veron Hawthorne I Judicial Circuit of Florida, In that .cUon. 7" Relating to Homestead Hr It Unsolved br l.raUlntsref
LIVE STATE of Miami state's attorney for the certain cauSe therein penainK, Exemptions.. the .<.!. of Fiends
Europe continues to hold tenac. wherein F. M. TftVlor U complainantand It Received by she Legislature That Section 14 of Article, III of ''
Eleventh Judicial Circuit told 163 Fronnle;, .I'lemmonx. t.ewi Oem.moiiK t. ... state of Florida the Constitution of the. State of
oualy to the news spotlight. A few Dixon and Ethel Dlxonare to county and mu-
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of the University ofFlorida J. M. to relating
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs graduates weeks ago the German executions defendant, I, the underained. That the following amendment fhe. 11Irld.governments be and the sameIs J
summer school "crime and Special Mauler will *eU for canh. to Article ,10, of ISIS Constitution horebv amended and amended -
constituted the greatest headline and belt bidder at the Litate of Florida relating., to Is agreed. to and be eunmlttd -
education do not together. the hlcheit add .hal
go
,
I' The assassination Court House InStarko homestead and U by electors the State ,
( feature of recent months. South tloor of the :.'fN:1 Sectionto the 111L
Dollfuas Uradford County Florida, on log thereto an of Florida at the-General Klertlonf
__ .,_ __ 1.111"JjS8 CAN EXAMINE RECORDS of Chancellor !Monday the Third day of September. I h* known as assossment"Section for providing anylate Representatives. to be held In
ijsaag "p followed. and all yes were focusedon A. l>. 1834 during the lea-al hour_ of I that no i iax* 934 far approval rejection SaidSection .
TALLAHASSEE Reaffirming of fur the purpone of .-.att.rylimaid or County or Municipal 34 of Article Ill as .j '
Now the death sale hometoad -"
WORTH Vienna. -
DRUNKEN; DRIVING SICK $10,000 ita ruling that Florida laws gives final decree, the following 6e.Hcrlhed tlon ..h.1 he levied upon the I 10 hereby ad, shall read. as follow: 'ou'j, j 'j'jM..tlon
.
Mrs. has again and beIng In and the name
: that President Hlndenburg land. Ivlnw '
-A.aber Frank OCALA-Alleging to examine Htibmltted. to 14. The Legislature' .hal
every citizens: a right o..unt Florida TO-WIT: a-reed. to and be
TALLA-HAss the world interest on Bradford ) .hll of uniform .
asa entered establish an
ay* there Thomas contracted tuberculosis records the State Supreme The Went. half of HouthweHt the qualified of the Htate
safety public has further complicated ..t quarter of Florida for ratification or rejection I county and municipal lo".rnm.nt
In the and
we
Berlin North
(Ite drunken drivers result rtf her employment Court has granted Herbert M. Davidson quarter of Se..n. to be held ont which shall b* b ,
been fewer J. M. the already chaotic Central Section. Ten (10). TownshiP In the len..ral .I..ton .. first. ,where looai fl or special, law
v. highway acdlin Ocala office of the company.: Rnto Twenty-Two. (II) he ... the cases
the Daytona
Florida editor of ((7) South. A. O. 134 for are provided by th. i ii
In
rowed than during: J933, Thomas and his wife. Sadie Martin Beach News-Journal ten days In European situation.It Bunt, containing SO acres more or Monday I is to In nay November, there be addetito i ... connl.that may be lnoon.lntentherewith. igensral
1934 that
t 13 repOrts to his office Thomas have filed suit for $10,000 I which to answer Daytona Beach is a known fact that von Hln '.... T>. M.- KNIGHT. Article 10 of the (-'h.i ., of The Leulslatur. .bal by
from Florida Telephone was simply a figureheadIn Master. State of to law classify .hd
glng against the denburg Special the Fl..rld. -'
damages officials' to opening an adIttlonal towns according to population
enforcement IlfflcerL city objections solicitor for homeHtead and exemption* :
or Crew
law ( Corporation. The declaration Germany for the past year conplninMnt.3.1stsli 8. ; Section be known a* hall by general law provldvd for
their books for his inspection tired it Is re which Incorporation government i the "care two Grown old and Suction T" of "Article their
HAUL charges company i ,
.. duties and privileges
MAKE
,
handledby read. follow; Imllrtlon '' ,
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OFFICERS be easily hall a pow.rlb .
to fur. he could I
failed ported classifications,
FOR '
offl- lessly and negligently APPLICATION '
customs '
Federal SUIT DISMISSED NOTICE) OP shall b* exempted
"yPA NRA
in Hectlon 7. There
\It is said that and special or )local Jaw Incororating -
with his advisors- DKKI). no
a reason TAX than
alleged gang of fish Mrs., Thomas Dismissal of the NRA from all taxation other towns, providingor l
an MIAMI cities or
Ln ed ,
.urprt safe and sanitary place }In recent months be would sign any. Notice I is hereby g-lven, that Mandy -. ,peclal aHHessment. for benefits. toevery their. government. I Ipowers
near Frostproof ably suit brought here last ; of Tax Cortlfl.oate who I is a JurlNdlctlO"i '
runners Injunction Mm without readng I Ashford, holder head of a family
Ur before duties and prlv
f week capturing an airplane.! which to work"SHERIFF May against the Sunshine Cleanerswas thing put he lived however No. H 9. dated ?th., duy certificateIn of July, cltlien of and resides.. In the d..tln..d.ln I State of b.i passed, by the Legislature. 1t
As long ta ald
ast it. A. D. 1930. ha. filed flnrlda, the homestead a. June 6, 1V33. ,
thirty-five Federal .
new automobiles ordered today by the world knew that the German my office and made application Article 10 t>f the Constitution of Approved -

bTte of bonded liquor and six GETS ORDERS!! ,' Judge Halsted L. Rltter upon the government was officially for tan deed with to law.l...ue Sultl thereon certificatedescribed In accordance he State of of$.ooo.on Florida provided up to' the valuation however NO. SIXA ; '

ftwnera \Including a 17yearoldPPROVED TALLAHASSEE Gov. Dave motion of the United States attor. headed by a man of proven ability embrace the followlnir that the title to ... homestead JOINT RESOLUTION
Sholtz( today ordered Sheriff W. B. The court was informed the Htndenburg property Mtuated In Bradford CounFv may he vested In such heart A Joint Resolution Propo.ln. 4 ;
ney. Von al Article
and strength. Commenclnic wiferesiding to
rI. to-wln In his lawful
,
-' Gibson of Lake County to halt unlawful price-fixing section of the dry- was literally the rock of Gibraltarof orth-WCt, Florida corner of land:, owned by of a family upon or enoh homestead or An"cn.nt of the Slat of 11..1. ,
MOVIES of slot machines the Miami Kln on Bant Hide of railwayand ida Ititlitllv t0 Taxation 11-
operation codwhlcb believed Elmira In both.
"\ cleaners Central Europe; some 1J1I..t at right ancle to May 87. 1033. imnue, tn n.. Known a* Section .
run Approved
PETERSBURG-Cburcbgo- within twenty-four hours under charged with violating between of Section SI. of Article
was stood line
ST. concern that he was all that railway to Halt IX 0
of "approved" of suspended from of- national I North on acid Section line to It .. by .k. Irgtnlstr
will find Hats threat being -has been revoked by Germany and economic political insanity hence Hub Plvl NO. THREE lie '
? In Temple's .. of Florid
In tbelr sent the following renter Street I of tb* !M )
posted fice. The Governor Street to RESOLUTION
notion pictures NRA headquarters. lon. thence West on >>..It_ A JOINT That the amendment to i
next Sunday as the result I telegram to the sheriff: Chancellor Hitler moved- fast- Railway, thence South .lont.: A Joint Resolution Proposing.' the I Artk-le IX folowhl.Constitution of

$lurches action taken by the local rum: "Have received numerous, complaints DIDN'T GET FAR I when the President died. He at way N"rtb-.II.t to beirlnnlnir Quarter In Kxcept\ Kat such n.-I_ Amendment Constitution of of ArU..I.Florida XIX ReliUIng of the the Section Stat. of 14 Florida of said. Article to be knownas lX. b.

'cleanup" campaign committee. of slot machines operatingIn FLAGLER BEACH Alfred once seized the office the old Field or piece a. have heretofore.. Town.' to Prohibition. anti the sam. la hereby agr ed to

of the pastors have agreed Lake County. You are directed Lastlnger's attempt to cross the Marshal had held< and thus became locded 6 South Section, Range Twenty-one....a Neat Containing He It Hmotved by Ike Legislator and shall. be submitted to the electors -'
Some their pulpits. clean this entire : .hlp or le*.. of the !Mte .f Florldai of the. Btat of Florida at the
qall
to ten-foot His more
a read the list from Immediately Atlantic Ocean in a both President and Chancellor. 14 acre of said propertyunder That Article XIX of the Constitution (leneral Election to be held on the
situation up within twenty-four boat ended twenty miles north of over Germany is absolute In The. a N e acid iiment certificate laued was of the State of Florida. be, and flrtat Tuesday after the first Monday .'
power the
STRIKE otherwise will appoint a desperate Is I.wl.. Ouyon. he same Is hereby amended *o a 5 In November, 1034, for ratification
..Ml LIJCTKERS" hours the starting point, after a theory as well as In fact: there In the name of Hhall heri or
certificate to read. a* f"lh.welARTJCI.FJ: r..J..ctoll'
FORT MYERS-Three thousand sheriff who wlU perform his duty. race for shore in the badly- no check whatsoever on him. He >
tullet fishermen are striking desanding leaking vessel. "It was just a Is more powerful than was the will l"Hiie thereon on the 25th., day Suction 1. The Hoard of County year. from the beginning of

be paid three MUSTN'T SAY"CRooK"TALLAHASSEEIt 23-year-old of the of AugiiBt, A. D. I9S4. of each County In opareion. motion pictures ntudlo
said the IX Commissioners(
that they tough break KaIser In the palmiest day n"t..d. this atth day of July, A. In whl'h Hhall b* "ajt blt h-
nta per pound wholesale for the Is defamation sailor exhausted after two days of flohenzollerns. 1934. the Htate.two not ot..r, than th* appllca one ed In this state. on or uiT.r July
Thus far character and actionable In "You A. J. THOMAS. every yeiirs. of the register. 1st, 1939, Including I all lands, buildings
In future. of observersare I of one-fourth
ish they catch almost continuous pumping. A number of qualified t-lerk of Circuit Court ton and chattels utlllsod In cnn<*
here baa been no violence and It la court to call a man a crook the can say Tve already made plansto now forecasting that Hitler Is' Bradford County Florida. end voters provide of for any an County election. shall In cal the nectlon tber.wlh. ald all raw material ..

eported that the strike Is tmanlnous Florida Supreme Court held last repair the Miss Florida and tryIt planning to restore the monarchy 7-i7-Bt.8- County In which application la madeto ducts* .olnl, .,the rlll.'d.pr av '

in all parts of the tate week. "To charge that one Is a'crook' again about June 1 of next year.! -but William\ 11 will not sit on the NOTICE, !) OF APPf.H'ATION FOR toxlcatlng decide. whether liquors, .the wines sale. or of.beetshall In. \ <'II th. .t..II". produ"t.. OF
is 10- in effect to charge that BlUer* TAX U"JI IJNoU..e film, h. exempt ad ri
is the
Industry 1918. .1..1
here the fishing throne he left in .In. hereby given, that O Wllaien b. prohibited.therein that no exemption -

tted. such a one is unscrupulous, dishonest FLOOD CONTROL hope If reports are correct la to holder of Tax Certlflcat question to those be voting determined at the bY rlvtttlon a. ;, ahIit, h.'wer effsotlve _ _

and not worthy of confidence t: TALLAHASSEE George B. make himself King Adolph I.. If he No.D.551 1931.: Ined ha. filed 3rd day uld of certlflcatIn A>iBUt, mitjorllv called; .of under this Section, which by extend Amendment year, 1943.
A. shrill
FEVER WARNING ISSUED and< therefore, If' a person deliberately Hills, consulting engineer for the succeeds his rise will have but one my office and mad applicationfor election prescribed shall be conducted by law for In holdIng the- ThC exemption herein ituthorlied

SANFORD-With the warning and outside a privileged communication State Food Control Board has an- historical counterpart-that of Na- tax deed. with to law.lue Bald thereon. certifl In m.nn.r'. elections Bieotionsunder not apply to real estate ttudlosand owned 1

that a dengue fever epidemic could i charges either orallyor nounced that the U., S. War Department joleon, who rose from a poof Cor- accordance cute embrace. the .followlnir decrlbert .. this Section from shall the be time.l by plant eurh except motion the picture. oonupleil .

Into Central Florida and in writing that another Is a'crook' had approprlted $3,700- ilcan army lieutenant to become property ltuated In Brad within sixty said slays application, but if I an the location required to _ _ _

sweep Sanford! with most devastating..flis-: such language. is actionableper 000 for Immediate use In flood con emperor of France. AO fold feet County of Fraotlonal Florida .to-wltl Block 1 ir.r pr..entna. election should therebytske and hot,.plant.. such and mellon other picture.. tudll.
ot
comforture to at least -fifty per so (In itself)", Justice Rivers trol'work la the Lake Okeechobeeand These events In Germany have Ward City.. Section 8. 'Township 1' State place or,. National within sixty election day, or ff anv rl. dental to the operation of such tu- g. _

Die. W. A. Clax- Buford wrote in the court's opin drainage areas effect on the Aus.Irian South Rans-e SO Kat. It shall he held within ..txtdays ; dims and plant, together'with such
Caloogahatchee amid propertyunder
cent of the people. had an unhappy The of : mary Nationalelection ) sIs may lie. required. for hoiis- o _
ton of the State Board of Health at ion. Hllla said 1.800000 of the money problem. The nazi putsch t'h':7r: : certificate lued wa. after such State or I.nd.* and employee, and for
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Jacksonville visited Sanford Friday would be used on the Caloosa- which resulted In the assassinationof In ITnle the name* said ot certificate Mvelyn W. hall Rodser bredeemed o"a.pr.The rr"I''l.tlr. .hAI warehouses, laboratories. rooms,, storage cutting,

to make plans for an immediate CONTEST tYNDEWAYJACKSONVILLE hatchee valley project and the DoHfusa failed. and Its leader according; to law, tax deed day cal provide legislation, by .. .. andenforce room trackage.roj."tln., .. ,facilIties, acts.

drive against the mosquito WIth nineteen balance would be spent on Lake lave faved firing squads, but the of will AllKU.t.l"ue thereon A. D. 1934 on the 18th. the provision of this Article, and location 7 103$,
June
which carries this :fever; ; Florida cities and towns now Okeechobee and the St. lode canal rebels have not admitted defeat. D ti>d this 17th.. day of July,. A. I All laws wines 1 relating and beer to Intoxicating l which were Approved, i '
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competing for the honor of having which Is used as a dischargefor Preparation for werthrowtaa the D' "". A. J. THOWAH. liquors In effect, on December 81. 1DI8, unless NOENA

INDIANS ARE HUNGRY their representatives crowned the lake. present anti-nazl Austrian govern. Clerk of Circuit Court, I changed by the Legislature bylaws JOINT RESOLUTION _ _
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expressly I made, effective concurrently A Joint Resolution Proposl.ttt* an'
MIAMI-Wild game has become "Queen of Florida" at the Chicago a ment are again.underway, and the Bradford countY.l'olo ldn with this. amendment : .Amendment to-Article VIII of the

and labor so infrequent World's Fair the beauty and popularity TIlE OTHER MELLON revolutionaries have money leader i so changed become effect, Constitution of the State of Florida 'j
10 carce _
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( this Article and shall so Helatlv to and Countle -
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Which 'is being: conducted will be a fight to NOTICH OF KI.KCTIOWHTSBHAB. l\tt\ Clt.
contest
It
that the Okeechobee Indians are : and men. .. changed by *.

in dire straitS They have been state-wide under auspices There is. natural interest: tie a finish with no quarter given. Today !: Ph. telature' of the 1..I.t..r.unti. th.r..at.r. of. the He It HeeolvM by the l..8tb>h ..r _
Florida World's Fair commission Menem cousins. government Istreating l Ja, under. the Constitution of 1888, Legislature provide necessary at the Slut .t Flarlilet
forced to a diet consisting principally of the story of the two : the Arastrian. : of the State of Florida did pa*.. laws to carry out and enforce this That the following Amendment to J

of gopher kind of dry-land to select the "queen" Is One Is a man worth half a billion nazis and their families Right' t Joint Resolution' propoilniamendment : Artlcl. shall Include the right to Article. VIII of the Con.tltullnn01\ _ _ _
foods disdained reported to have'gained moment. living In opulence. The other much as the German govern : tn the. Conntltutlon: o provide for manufacture sal the Htat of Florida relative .to
turtle,, and gar fish, or so, very the State of Florid and the earn I by private Individual, firms ancorporation < cities and counties to be numberedSartloir 'n
by the white man.! Even these are um within the last few days. Girl now living In the same city occupies ment treats antl-narls. It is con- wore' ita-reed. to. by a"wot., of three or by the State or t by 9 of said,Article VIII, be

becoming scarce now, since the Indians winning! the honor -"Queen of a cheap tenement: :And JivesIn fiscating their.property and 'send fifth. of all the member .clecte Counties! Cities or political subdivisions and the name I is hereby. i
to each hoiiHet' that the vote on or by any government and shall be submitted to
have been living on .the go Florida" will be so crowned, at his bachelor quarters on a dollaror ing dissenters to concentration ald Joint HeMoluOon .werw entered. commission- or ....ne'to b* create tor of ,the Htate at the t..l.o. ,, _
diet since the depression elaborate coronation ceremonies at two a day. for 3ongjterm :Hatred: :3* upon' their renpectlve Journal, with for that purpose. Election to be held .I
pher-gar camps ai.l Until chnnd by elec.tlon the Monday In O,
hourandIt 'he yrs54 and. olivethereon Section a. Tuesday after _ _
set in, and now it usually takes an Chicago. She also will :have the No blame attaches to Andrew Ove-Jgreatmotiaa"rf-the: ; they did determine and direct that called under this Article, the Novmntier, A. 't>. 1834 for ratification _ _
entire morning for the 'foraging opportunity of.having a screen test William' MeHon. the mml-blfflon- I Is feared much .more blood will the. ald Joint Rexotntlon. b. 'nubmltted tales of all territory In the State or r.Jecton. to-wltl I '_ _
to the elector' of the Stats of Florida a* to whether the sale Ruction Legislature, shall v
numbers of the families to bring In for the movies in addition to numerous alre for this contrast. Apparentlj flow in the streets of Vienna before at the. Oeneral Election In Novem I I. p..rmlt"\ prohibited .h.1 he have power to establish. alter or lj_ _ I

sufficient food tor the nnonday: other commercial: advantages. his cousin by a quaint reversal the issue is settled. t. : :: :: .bol.h. a municipal corporation tn .
; r8a _
William Andrew Mellon Central European powder "NOW. THERRFOHH tn.. A. provided VtDtb" (bc'i a* the City! of Jacksonvine $ _
meal named The ,
ORAY Becretarv; of the State o! Election In extending terrltortly throughout
1 had long dropped out of his ken. keg I. still open; th* fuse I. suit Florida, do hereby give notice thatGKMEItil. within two 1a after this the present. limit of DuvalCounty _ _
that William diplomatswork become effectlv the Hoard oCounty In the place of any or 511 0 _
chance Behind the scenes /
.. When found by .
-. laid. HI.BCT10N Commissioners of any County municipal and locaL r
------ district,
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-- --- county
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was living In poverty near try furiously seeking secret ententes will b* held In aeh connty t In .shall upon the application o .. board bodies and officers "

be Immediately offered to wake hlacousin' .and agreement' in case of Florida on Tii. .wdar next .nucceedln. five per cent of the regIstered voters .- oonstitutlon'i\ or ststutoy _ _
I YOU CAN NOW ENJOY to the fleet. Monday In November. A. 1). of the County 1.1 and provld 1..INaUvl. ezeoutive, judicial. ot ____ _
lot more comfortable,' wee.: 11134 the ald Tuesday. l...nir the for an .1."Uo.. to d.ld. whethelth. In .stwi. aoliniotrltvi. and shall. prescribe i't' __ _________,
to sal lie duties and
better ,
lodge him In quarters .h..1 pr..hlhl.d powers
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IXTII. DAY OF NOVKMBKR (County other'wise functions of sueh municipal corporation.
.lld
This AMAZING New 1935 SUPER give him an allowance.. But William !- TXE&ESSAmtm for the ratification or. rejection of a* provided In Article 1 here. Its legislative, executive. Judicial

with no grudge whatever Whoea ,gel.l... C.rre*.ede. .. the acid Joint Henolutlon*, nroponlnt Section .. This Article shall b*- and and Its administrative boards, bodies and departments ot.tt..r.1 -
would not accept pmstndmeitp, tn the Constitution o
Andrew
ag-smst effective Immndlatelv upoIts
oo me territory Included
aid. He to proud and what Is iar Miss Jane 'Neal'ts' ts' 'visiting relatives the State of Florida-'a-,. vist! Adoption and the repeal of Artlcle ,_ ) In to such divide municipality the Into subordinate "

"-week. XVI11 of the Amendment* to th. districts I and to prescribe 1
he Is content 'Cocoa thl NO. ONE
remarkable in
more Constitution of the United mate" Just and reasonable system >sof taxation ,

ALADDINKEROSENE with his l tot. He baa had money Autumn TToungblood and son A- JOINT HEHOt.tJTIONPropoelna of America. fur such municipality and ll. '. '_ _ _

and position in his time and lost Vester., of"Waldo-were visiting his an Am..dm.nt to ArtlclV Approved. May-8, 1113 such trlcts; municipality and to fix the and liability dlstrlats.Ilonded of. j. _

them. H lias not been broken by brother, C. A. TToungblood, here of. the Constitution of Florid FOURA and other Indebtedness, existing t

misfortune; he has risen above Sunday night. -: Inv nelatlnur Thereto to the an Additional Judiciary Dy Hetttlo Add NO RESOLUTION at the time of the establUh-shall bsnforneable

.- misfortune.. There is such a thing Miss Hazel Phillips of Jacksonville to Be Known a* Hoctlon 45 pi'ovldln A Joint Resolution Proposing l aAmendment .ment of such munlolp.lty. prupet'iYiherafore

(Coal Oil) no doubt, as being superior to both Is -vlsltIDe"er..t&ther.: D. J. > for, of the Judicial reduction Clrrutte of thNumber oThl Declaration I of of Right Section of 10 the of Con th' t onl"*. th.rror.to time The, .t-f

wealth and poverty. Pbtnipa :this week. State and Requiring the Reapportionment '. tltutlon of the Htat, of FloridRelating ; : determine Legislature .hll. 1m.said municipality -.
and cultured -' Denmark and baby of of Murh. Circuit -to Itrand Juries, Informatlons. po..lon an'l a
So William intelligent Mrs. Tate and the Judce Thereof, Presentments and Indictments I Is K area 'f
"batches" In: his little part- visiting her parents of for homestead fn such rural area eh.nnot
Starke are
this week. me I* "lloMlved tr .... t,..'."t.v, Crimes' and p.r..on.Other C.pl.1, be limited as If In a city or -kt
Mantle ment and eats appreciatively meals Mr. and :Mr..J!. Fender at She ..... ., FIerid.iThat That town Much municipality may ..- ,
Lamp Providing$ Judgment amHnntences
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visitorto the of a municipalcorporation -'O,_ _
all
cooked by the lady next door ant Miss Doris Brownwas a nt th. Court MaJ> B .cl.* and powers shall also be rec
Mod Saturday the followln* amendment to Mad and In Term Timor .
of woodworker Starke 4'
plies his trade Article' V of the Conntltutlon of In Pnt.r. Pleas of Guilt ognised as one of the legal politicaldivision
I reads his little library and putters Willis and Jimmie Swindell! Cal this Htat relatlaa-- to the Judlolar' to- Felonies, and Dispensing Wit h of th. Stats with the, and duties '
of
with genealogical 'records of the vin HaJQ and James'Trlest were tlon by addIng 4ft hereinafter there to additional..t fort' .Sec band Grand the Necessity Jury Except of Summoning Upon Orde the; shall and b* Obligations..UtI..d to all a the county powers, 5'

ill For OnlyJj$3.25 1 Mellon lamlQ.u115 happy: To el* business visitors to ,Starke Satur- the earn I I. hereby ..reed to of a Circuit Judge. right and privileges, Including rep- "'
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recantation. In the Slate
and hall be ubmltt d to th quail.Vied
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., appearances he i* A* happy a* Ala day.Mr. v famous and vastly wealthy cousin. and! Mrs John Hall of for ratification or rejection at th ., the .<.(. *( Florid*! wers a county. All property of Du- _

_Valdosta (Ga.) were visiting his mother next vnaulnv e-eneml ele 1lon. thaI That the following amendment to val County and of the municipalities i
Possibly more. so Hampton Section. lOot th Declaration In said county vest In ..ucbmunlclp.1
I'* tn ay that an additional $.tlo I Of .h.1
Times Mrs. M. Hall, Sunday afternoon. to b: del-nat; a. Mertlon 41 o; Right of the Constitution of th. ..rpo..lon. when eetah--
.- Lee and Jesse tlrown ot' Cocoa Article V of the Constitution ..f Hide of Florida relating to Oran limbed as ".. The 'of'P
at Florida be adopt.d to read sea. follow Juries.. ., pr..ntm.nl flees of Cleric' of the Circuit Court
Knitting needles with light were, visiting ,their sister Mrs.nosa *, to-wttiHectlon and Indictment of person and Sheriff shall not be abolished.
the ends and batteries in the stem Constantine'Sunday. 49. Cal crime ami other. felonies' be, and but the Lttgialator.'may prescribethe 3_ _ _
(a) There Khali te no more that. the same la hereby agreed to and time when and the method by' ''j _
have been Invented m Europe. J\cfJ'\ .. Bessie Aodreu of Leesburgha fifteen judicial. circuit of tIM Statt shall. lie submitted to the qualifiedelector. which, such office* Shalt be filled _ _

I been visiting\ her brother-in- of Florida to be appropriately dc.Icted .. of the State of Florida, tn and the comp.n.aton to Jb* paid to .__ __ __ __ _____ __
directed to numbered and defliwed by ratification or rejection, at the genera such vest In themadditional
,. Shade and Tripod .. Let every action be law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. H. D. it suItable law enacted by the Les. election to be held on the (Irs; .powers and 'o..tln. 'No

___ ___ some definite object. and perfectoff May. I Ulature for that Purpose In aeeordanc Tuesday after the first Monday In county office shall b* .1:1 or
the. remainder of the and Glenn, of with the amendmentt Provldei No..mbl. A. p. 1, 4. consolidated with another ,. f,
I 1 from O. A-Thrower eon that no judicial circuit. a. definedby .J..tlon 10. No person ...hal b. without making for,
Regular Retail Price state by towering Lookout Mountain Jacksonville spent the week-end: at Law hereunder .albeit. embraeleu a capital i-rlme: '' on performance or.l Iro.I.loR' .. loW

that all of Its commercial send the home of J. t. Zeigler. They than fifty' thousand Inhabl presentment or Indictment 0' a or hereafter ..
$4.95 laStS" Bocovdln' *; to th* last preced: grand Jury and'n, person b. h* performed by 'officer.
social contacts are with. adjacent were accompanied home by Mr*. ln $..tat* or Federal cenu; an< tried for any otl.r''felony unlace Nothing contained herein shall
who hs been visiting herbrotherinlaw provided further, that no j..dlel..1clrcull .. presentment by a affect Section 10 of Article III. of
.'.-.. ...oj. When Your Purchases at TennessoevPositive Thrower exlxtlnc at the time of ratl Jury or upon Information the Constitution of, the Stale of
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and sister. Mr. and fixation of this amendment hall be .r..e. oath flied by tile prosecuting Florida, except a* to such provision I -
affected altered, or abollehed. *x. attorney of the court wherein the therein a* relate tn regulating the
This Store 'Amounts Relief Mra. J. J. Zelgler. cept In the manner provided In tale Information le filed, except a* is Jurisdiction and duties of any cta... _ _
Mrsv H. D. May left Tueedaj amendment for carrying same otherwise provided In this Constitution of officers, summoning and Impanelling ,
Bat $10.00We for a visit with relative and Into nor nhalT at.to; exletln and except In case of Impeachmentr grand and petit Jurors t ,
Circuit Juds-e or Mtate t and I In case* In themUhCl to assessing and collecting tax*; )o
friends In Miami\ he dlturhed in tb* t e nure of f"l: *. when ,In active service In for county purpose and to* regulating
for MALARIA! Rev. 3. MulUdr and son Clyde,, flee until th. expiration ef antfommlmlon lime of war 'or which the Statewith the fee. and compensation of
within our' tra-Clnf are* to become i held by hint on the date the consent of Congress.' may nounty officers. No law authorisingth
want every single family sad _*. "PP-r: tile I of Putnam Han were. visiting this amendment I Is ratified.' keep In time of peace. Any person establishing abolishing of
acquainted with th. act that this store ian friend her Monday. (b) It hall ha th. duty of the under such I InformjsJtlon, presentment such municipal$ pursuant -
cnrpraUen
moat unoMMl twine la the line of ntercftaUMttae. It crrtoe> We.' San End to Chill visit Lrlatu at It. next regularIon .... or Indictment for any felony to this .... become,
\ the splendid. servtoe. the Louis Neal'who ha been After the amendment hall hav. not .. may ** and operative- effective
Want and to ezpertonee .pl.1 arr.llne
them to know n. II and F. erl ha return suitable law nter In In of the"q '
ceatonxis enjoy.W : Ing relative In Stuart been. ratified to pass ed by a majority rmo
prompt.4 eoorteois* ........ iegslar to carry Ihl amendment Into effort "ation. and the Judgment and n"1 .lectors participating In an f3
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% know that once a cwrtomer you will always *e a eiMtomer and'Or Here, fa.I'relief for MalariaSrov ad to his home b. .. and to make effective tb*" reapportlonment .nc* of the court on pl<* of held In- said county hut so long a*
that maldnc this exoepttoswl, eeajse tonsl otter., : .'. Timeless Chffl Teak IQuickly and reduction Judl.' may be mad a.n7| entered .lh.r such municipal corporation exist
reaMB. we are fever and Circuit JssdueC. term time or In vacation. Chic Section the Legislaturemay t
for their put pat- I the chins sad tN.SCHCDCUB aid Circuit under
It Is open to our old emtoniero ta appu'ecIaUoa It stops comfortktoy CHANGE. her by contemplated. ?* any clre..l' 'ourt I I. authorised amend oroxtend th. law autnnrlalog .
fonage. go generous> U this offer we are'compelled to restrict sad miens :your body to 8ou uad (:> There shall be on. CfeelIfudre to dispense. with the summoningempanelling the same without referendum 'l
I willrdy. aOcvlaU the I each Judicial Circuit but and convening of he the qualified voter unless '
to a limited time. I' .enttdke Btarke 10A7: 'P. M. to to
I-Due
..l Malaria temporarily,...but 'No. additional Circuit Jud.e* for Ju grand Jury at any Semi of court by Legislative ass p.o.lln. foe
"' 'DETAILS OF THIS symptoms Chili Toe c the No. 11 due SUrke 8:37 A. M.: Sinai Circuit may b. provided fo* making, entering and filing with uch amendment or shall
iocs
COME IN ,EARLY FOR FULL I Grove'Tutefett lOT due SUrke 9:07: A. :M. by 'law a* *uthorl SectionSi th* clerk of said .court writtenorder provide for uch r..t.r.ndum '
: way and completely rids your ryrtcmof No. of Amended 1'1.b V of thIs 41..Un. that no grand Approved May IV UU.
REMARKABLE PLAN I I the infection: NorthboundNo. ConlUolon. but the n..mb..r'' such-term .C urr
TafUta ChOlToele Is a real '2-Dua: Starke 4:08: A., M. ..* apportioned ta any .. order of the Circuit The'vote* east In compliance with
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to Be Grovel contains ne> JudIcial circuit eliall not *xeeedon lb. b* made In Vacation or.. aid proponed amendments. and tharanvass
Beautiful $10.00 Aladdin Vase Lamp corrective of Malaria beouiM i It! No. 12 due Stark 2:47: P. M Circuit Judge for every fifty ) of said eOllrt.- The Legislature declaration and returns

I two tIabI Tint tasteless qutatae wbk No. 108 Due Starke .:OJ P. M thousand Inhabitant, or major fraction .1 have pow.r' by .general legl. hereof, .shall b* subjected to MI* ,
GIVEN'AWAY,FREE'Bradird. tbeMasrial, Infection In the blood. thereof after title amendment latO regulate. the number of lame regulation and reetrlctlon .
; kills .helps. evereome Startle And rVuaee Brandt hell have been put Into effect juror to ser*. .."on.or eon. .. are provided by law for general
: Second.tonic toon which IUd No. J'') -Lea' u Starke 7:00: A.M 47 In Circuit having more than .Chute, a,r.n. Jury sail to fix the .lctlon tn th. Htat of Florida.-- "l
fever
I the rsv..ei of the chills and on. Judge th. Legislaturemay de*> 1000w r- 0 Jurors required to I'UTIMONY WHEREf'T .
spiral further attadr..l'tayl&f.1 I No. 10ft-Arrtre"eurke. 1:9O:! PMCaily IgnLle he pla e of reeldenc ufarrr vote for and returnan Indictment I.ne I
Co.i. .I, ortttn' Taiulm Chill'Tonic. Jt except Sunday. -T, J. Griffin eorh additional Judge or Judea or pree.ntrn.nt.------- and affixed the Great ':
Hardware Take How's Tk.ft ie) The re-apportionment of Circuit This ameNdment'' upon ratificationa ..f the Rtste,of Wiorlda..atTallahsaes $
now eonto two__-JOe and $1. e- and Judge thereof I be contain 34 tat aa much as tkSOe Proverb Have been always deal for..hal becme effective. ml'lnlght on >e..mb list, lf34without .CAL this thR. < ". 'pJt.l.",

.. .n 1 stae sad give.7"JS%" more lor.youf Or5. to the true Intellectual! *v1..tocrac))'. pro.ld.for _m., .f.r .. .Sitcoms a., providing law. .- ." til*' '..: ..ly of leiisia.Ion. .I 01 A. GRAY ni. ." .. ':. '

STARKE,'FLORIDA ...-r.. pet beak today, at any 01 a nation.' ppreved June f, lt3. Approved, June !,,UU. Secretary of Elate., i
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nJt\DI'ORDCO'DNT'l"TEUGRApn.STAB: FLORIDA FRIDAY,
AUGUST
P\OEFOt1R .___ __... .__..__..__ _.....np '_ _.' _, ; li !
I. ---- In 1919 the peak year, there I

''' LORIUA ILIG .ITS N6rrnv5cu e1 ; were 26,436,000 horses and muleson 666Llgeld ::
HIG farms, but In 1930 there were
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: only 1900000. Farm registration Taklet.. ache.
1 5ocjctyjJ of. motor vehicles In '1930 showed Checks" Malaria In Three gp

,. 4,135,000 passenger cars, 900,000 Cold. Firm Day

pLO .. ., trucks and 920,000, tractor, ; ....cI........,\>...|R|.,???''III.,'

BOLL 0CJo The doing; evil to avoid evil cannot Fine Laxative and Tonic

I Homecoming Of Maurice Edwards, Jr. ..+ IGr 1 .. .e I ,. +7!! rOC4L be good.-Coleridge.. Mont Speedy Rrmrillri, g(,
/ nt
Celebrates Fifth Birthday
Alderman
Family
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Mr and Mrs1. G. W. Alderman Little Maurice Edwards Jr., son 1 .
have had as guest their son and of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Edwards,
I f daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Carl was host to a number of his little 1 1r Mrs. Gertrude .GodlieyKinlaw Florist

Alderman, and sons,. George and friends last Wednesday afternoon, r 4 Fb ,4r ,rax 4t r-Ti ,
Bruce,'of Baltimore, Md., and on August 8, at the home .of his ,y ,1
account of these Visitors there was grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

a homecoming of the .Alderman Johns, the occasion being his fifth
family early thIs week. Among birthday anniversary. Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers

,' The little folks were entetlained I' Artistic Floral DesignsWe
reunion;,:, : with games on the lawn, the young ,
_,, and children, Edward Betty and host being assisted in entertaining w aaw i .. TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Tine
Mona Claire; Mrs O. W. Marsh. his guests by his mother. his ri
," burn, all of Marlanna; C. S. Rowe, grandmother, and Mrs Carl Johns. I :Slumber Florist Telegraph Delivery Association,
A Guaranteed and Bonded Service
(j., Miss Frances Rowe, of St. Augustine Late in the afternoon refreshments '

; Mrs 3t M. Strickland, Mlas of ice Cream in cups and 311 CHURCH ST.STARKE. PHONE: No. 40
Lola Strickland of Baltimore, Md., birthday' cake were curved, balloons i ,1a
Miss Louise Mwshburn of Jackson being given as favors." FLORIDA
vllle; Mr. and Mrs. George C. Many lovely.gifts were receivedby

). White",and Frances White of Tallahassee Maurice, Jr., from his little
; Mrs.\S. P. Vandlvere and friends present, who were: .

. small son,'Pitner, of Valparaiso.Miss Billy Wainwright, ; Paut 'ciN7a ng Iii Nfl'ineXpi@yv .+ RYyft9wgni..r
W1r / 45l'Wi7:+dMIM "MYe'N .i' 'id" sFXlli1 t'.
:, tiraloo II17CfbvreWf/meM .4u'.tlt4cl
!'. III, Norwood Guilford, Henry Manaftsa IF YOU OWNEDALADDIN'S
/ Kitty ,Hogsed returned Jr., B. C. Holzendorf, Jr,,
. Tuesday from a several days' stay Jack and June Hall, Sharon Hall,
\ at Jacksonville. Beach with relatives. Janet Anderson. Marjorie Claire LAMPAnd
:, I Manning,, Hilda Searing, Peggy
t. Ann Wiggins"')Marion Brown, Barbara OYSTGGSGGOHS

'r. : Keene, Billy Blakely; Jimmie a 4 ; ; O/\f\ wished'' for the best food ob lln.
Clark, Mary Alice and Fay Yar- e able, you couldn't get any better food la
brough Merry Beth and Charles ? r2CGS INn0210AI any greater variety than you can find at
! RITZ THEATRE Knight EuJa Green, William Anthony "'t# 1' r your ASP: Store.

Andrews Joan Dobrow, D When you shop at A&P. you are being
Mack Futch Billy Smith,,.)...farl'aretand ,ka 'T served by an organization thnuxandt
STARKE FLORIDA
Joe Montieth, and\Vealey and ? 4' v'w:;+,wr;;::, ..... strong. .These worker see that you get
I' Shuler of the best foods at reasonable price
Talmadge J the State .. .. '
Farm They are your trusty agents.! They areIlrasmxo
i, PROGRAMBEGINNING I' l!> t.; your representatives In the food murkrti
.1J*' ...:,',VI" .j\\.< "' ':-' of the world.
I AUGUST 17 Miss White Honor ...r."I'f' ot. ,
.'::: .tlJt Even Aladdin's Lamp couldn't possibly,
" '\\I
J .. Guest At PartyThe II WHERE ECONOMY RULESII! Rive. better food service than your own
; local AP: Store offers you.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 following article taken from
last Thursday's Issue ofth*Palm .
'Qy 'DEFENSE RESTS'.lark Beach Times, will be of Interest to r Wx urw'One
-- --..... '
,' to. : ,Holt, Jean Arthur Starke friends: of Ocala'a historic homes is 'the 'Cruising among the beautiful and little FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES
"'In compliment to Miss Dorothy '
residence"owned and for
n ,many years oc- known "Ten Thousand Islands" on the
White of Starke, her uncle and cupied by General Robert Eullock. !The Florida gulf coast below Fort Irish Potatoes No. 1 Cobbler .10 Lbs. 21c
SATURDAY AUGUST 18"RIDIN' aunt, Mr., and Mrs. O. C. Bates, Bullock family came to Florida frontNorth Myers, one ,
: entertained with a party Wednesday Carolina and were pioneer settlersin sees an amazing picture-oysters growing FRESH CARROTS 2 For 15c

:r: S THRU""toii Avenue.night, After at their and home evening on Parker of Marion county. When quite young, on trees! Jungle-like growth of man FRESH CABBAGE Pound 4c

TYLER games, punch and cake were Robert Bullock joined the fighters againstthe grove bushes, their long branches bend 2 Pounds 15c
lerved.. Seminoles during the Indian disturb- ing down into the surrounding waters, FRESH SQUASH

I "Guests enjoying the affair Included ances. When war' was' declared between are laden with strange 'fruit-clustered FRESH TOMATOES Pound lOc

SUNDAY AND 'MONDAY I the :MUses Marjorie'Chllton, the'SJthtes, l he'led' ; one' of the first compan'fes'to oysters. At high tide the tiny bivalvesare FRESH PEACHES Pound 6c

r'' AUGUST,., 19-20 I Eleanor Reed, Norma Schlotterer, be sent from Marion county, swept inward and attach themselvesto
1 About 'Loluse Gurganus, Dorothy Gunter, and'received'rapid' promotion in the army the tips of the trailing branches, then ORANGES Dozen 25c

"She..Learned Elberta Johnson, Nelle Smith, and of the Confederacy, participating actively coveredby salt water. Here they cling Calif. Jumbo CELERY Stalk 12e
Sailors" Sherman Bates, Robert' Johnson, throughout the struggle. To him was and grow, as the limbs droop lower and
Jack Dickeson, Edward Collie Qua given the distinction of being one of the lower with their..weight. With each'receding ICEBERG LETTUCE Head
Parkhill Woodward, Darwin
i :. Alice, Faye, Lew Ayres, Peters.Davis, generals from Florida whose likeness ia to tide, the branches are bared, leave
Harry Green be perpetuated in the Stone Mountain ing exposed their ,gray-white crop vivid BANANAS 3 LBS. lOclOc
Memorial urainafc th frlstuv laavaa.
An Is and more *
MITCHELL Q DURANT excuse worse <
.
terrible,than a lie; for an-.excuse I _
i' Is'a lie guarded.-Pop*. Tompkins Family Hold Mrs., Godwin Entertains Owen W. Grlffla of St. Augustine -I PILLSBURY'S BEST
$ will arrive''Monday to'apend -
r t',, Annual,Reunion Mrs. Annie'-'fcoti:; Godwin entertained
his .vacationl'' at Kingsley Lake: FLOUR, 24 Pounds $1.12FINEST
-'" '!. 'J"I.: Relatives from several' genera last "Prfday afternoon In : J '
tions'were present ''at'the horn of honor of :Mrs.'l Register of Jack- Miss Rosalind and.Miriam JsJ- SHORTENING 1LbCtn. ,4-Lb. Ctn. 8-Lb.Cta.
r k & JOHNS'WEEKEND : : E. W. Tompkins Saturday and sonville and Mrs. Chandler of Mi cobs have returned 'from a- visitIn
R.
ami. 8c 32c 59c
: Sunday when his family'circle Daytona Beach where they were COMPOUND
celebrated a usual annual family Quite a number of ladles called the guests of Miss Edith Nelson.
reunion at his home In Raiford. during the afternoon.A .- They were accompanied home by DIXIE CRYSTAL GRANULATED

M Music and singing was enjoyed by delightful'' salad course was Miss Nelson who will ba,..thelr SUGAR 5 Pounds 25c
\ w the guests of the occasion and" an served. guest for several days at.the. Ja .
old fashioned square dance was cobs cottage at Kingsley Lake. FRESH GROUND
held Saturday night In their large CURRENT BILLS PAID
ISPECIALS living room,'which was gayly decorated BY Tins!: CITY COUNCIL Mr. and Mrs..W. L.Edwards and MEAL or GRITS 5 Pounds lie
,
with flowers and cuttings little; daughter Fredrlka, have returned -
J *MI used In dcooflyna in the. gay At the regular meeting of the to their. home in Jacksonville QUAKER MAID, With Tomato Sauce
City Council on August 7, the fol-
nineties. f after a two weeks' visit at
.. : 9c
lowing bills wer*'ordered paid: Pork & Beans 2tG-Oz. Cans
Sunday as the sun looked down A. L. Alvarez, salary $8 .00 Kingsley Lake with Mrs. Edwards' .
centered. overhead a tanner was '- 8 arrests $5.00, board parents Mr. and. Mrs., W. H

i 9UG'A----------' 5,, Pounds 25c the spread hundred on a attending 20-foot guests tablet where gathered $11.70 : _..---.:.$ 91.70 Struth. 8WANDOWN

"& RICE Pounds ;22c around teenjoy' a feast before Nick.one week Thomas'/snp rlT"'r"S .
: the departure to ,their homes I, W. E. .Thornton- salary Saturday from atwo weeks'1 stay GRAPE NUT
.--. .--- at Calhoun Falls)S. C.. and points 9c
------24 Pounds 90c $60.00, 4 arrests 4.00.. 64.00 FLAKES Package
FLOUR _
; ______ Bell-Edwards ,, in North Carolina, She was accompanied
Johnnie ,Red.raveday 'Poe" Maxwell House
j TOMATOES------.....-2 No. 2 Cans 15* :Mr and Mrs. W..M. Edwards announce assisting. in sanitary survey -' who la located home at Calhoun by her husband Falls for, Bran Flakes Pkg. 10c COFFEE Pound 29cLaFrsnce
the marriage of.their ._. r \y .. 1.00 .
'
.r Maxwell House COFFEE.Pound, ,,29c daughter, Louise, to, Jack Bell, on W. L..Wall, councilman"_.. 2.0O end some here time with, who'his'spent family.the 'week Grape Nuts Pkg. 1.8e Soap Powder Pkg. tOe
Krlday, :August '11, Lake Butler P. :M. Barefoot councilman. 2.00. .

F f Charmer COFFEE-._.!____--l'ound: ,17c Florida. X'L. Beasley councilman.... '2.00V. .JlOTICIq'rh. WESSON OIL Pt. Can 18c Qt. Can 35c
Starke ,
The marriage of this popular .:M. Edwards: ,councilman. 2.00 Florida Ana 14 J9J4.

CORNED BEEF.__ ______2 Can. a? young couple was performed by T.N. Kendrick,councilman. 2.00 5tarka..flrvCouncil,Florida, met of In called the'Clty; m..of tIns ANN PAGE. PURE FRUITPRESERVES
at his home, : with the followingmembers 29c
Judge Wainwright Floyd Green, city attorney 2.00 2 ,16-Oz. Jars
pr K nt> W. I. Wall,
} SALMON _-.____________. __Can lie' with only a' few Intimate friends Carl Johns city" clerk___ 60.00 L. Beaeley, P. M.; Barefoot Chairman., W M.O. N. B. O. OREOSandwiches '
.
witnessing the ceremony. W. L. Wall, mayor fees lidwarde -r. N. K.ndrlrlc. 29c

TEA UJ-JU___..___. _%* -Lb. Pkgt"jOct Mrs. Bell Is'a life-long resident for ft _____.*_________. 5.00 lon The of mitctlnir the registration railed. for book the ". vln-the 1-Lb. Cellophane Bag
of Starke and was graduated from :Mayor W. E,. Middleton, followln names were stricken for. N. B. C.Lorna.

t ASPARAGUS'TIPS'' '' __....__...-----A't2d, Bradford High School In the clan fees for G_.__________ 5.00 I reaaona atat. .d.: ,/ Doons 1-Lb .Cellophane Bag 29c
..
'
of '32. She Is popular with R wide Ceo. C. White,. 1.10 pay- Boyd. O. Removed. GELATIN DESSERT ,
I Ada
Ratndvn. I.-D.ad
'+ "' CATSUP _..___ ___14-Oz. Bottle llc circle of friends, who will Regret ,."(M.nf for 1034 on airport '" Raleden Add l_Removed. SPARKLE 2 9c
Packages
--
;, that her marriage takes herlee-. property __1___ lS0.00Starke Raladen. MI.. Rosa-Hemoved .
TOMATO JUICE .. ___ -JSc, where to reside. Telephone Co., telephone Boren Buford.Mra.R. C.-Remov.d.R. H.-Removed. QUAKER MAIDAPPLE
_..._____ ,, lOc
f
Mr. Bell Is the son of :Mr, and at City Hall___. 3.63 Huford,' Mra. Irma-_Removed. SAUCE No. 2 Can

DILL PICKLES ___-_,____Quart 15c Mrs. J. P. H. Bell of Gainesville, Bradford County Telegraph Tanova.Dodd Mary Mra.-Removed.Dorothy-Removed. DEL MONTE'S In Tomato !Sauce!
and he and his bride will reside In advertising ,.833 Tax sale- 34.80 Pra.e., J. K-Oad.Oatlln lOc
SARDINES Can
I GOOD BROOMS ___..__.. _Each 25c Gainesville where he la manager of Shell Petroleum"Corp.- MarlonRemoval.Gatlin J.an.ttRemo"?.
the Gainesville store of the Bird-. A.L. Alvarea-$13.69 Muyea, C. B.-Removed. IONA BRAND"TOMATOES .
Kellogg CORN FLAKES.2 For 15c:: Bey's Flour Mills. W. EL Tbol'J1tori-r '6.31 ,Jonee HayeH. ,,W.Annie F -Removed.M.Removed.: r. 2 No. 2 Cans 15c
.-' CityU; ; +,34.88; ..4.MJ. Jon..., Mr. W. F.-Removed.. COLD STREAM

MILK ______________3 Tall Cans :it \'W'fc Denmark-Silcox' ... L. AndersdU, repairing Jonea Johns, lotI'eman..Ramoved.''. Alice-Removed.. e PINK SALMON Tall .Can 12c
Ford.Truck-. Jordan, Mlaa Pearl
SUcox them -Removed.-
T :Mrs. W. O. announces
John. O. ENCORE BRANDMacaroni
8. Head.Kit.
MOiIgo SOAP or POWDER For lOc .rilage of her daughter,; Miss Bradford. Hardware Com- .. Perry=DeadJKahr. Pkg.6c
Rachel SUcox, to D. N. Denmark of pany, supplies;-l.1-: __ 5.69 Wllma-Removed, or Spaghetti 8Oz...
H. L. Brownlee, bond trustee Lewis, Kirk-Removed.Meade SPECIALLY '
CURED, FULL CREAM -
Dowllng Park on Friday, August ,
-Afew of the many good prices we are fea- 11, Live Oak. .___.._.r....._., ..__. 1.50J. MartlneK Eli.ab.th-R.mov.d.. '.llla _.. "..... CHEESE Pound I9c
J _. McRae. Barney Removed.MoKae. .
F. Colley, bond tr stee 1.50 '
The m. : dMr. ''
: Ethel B. SUNSWEET!:
-Removed.
turing.r. Come to see us. and save money. ,. Denmark Florida.7j' R. J. Davis bond trustee.. L50J. Neweom, O. T.Removed.. 25c
,,9: .' few intimate ez M.Mitchell, fight bribe.1.12 Perkin.Robinson, ,Warrens-Removed.J. C.-Removed. PRUNE JUICE 'QuartBottleMild .
The bride, of Patten .* Landrum. Acct Robinson, Vera 1 Removed. MrUow. PURE SANTOS COFFEE

f SOLICIT YOUR PHONEORDERS' FOR PROMPT Starke, Is a graduated Bradford: Bunks. ....Fire Hose Mfg.Co. 50.00 RKoh., a.J. H.Kf,.-Jr.Removed.Rltch -Removed.Rlteh 19c18tokel'
WE High School and for the past-Mine LolaRemoved.8i.trauk O'CLOCK Per P wd
years has been teaching In'tbV''public J..,J.,,Jones,.a coupons due i.Clara>-Dead.Bheppard. ..._.
Mra. Ja Removed.
DELIVERY SERVICE'v.a schools, of .the;county and Is July 1, 1934?, Improv. Hit ol, J. ..Removed.
: iii' now a member' of the Hellbronn Bonds, __.Jt.-_j._.._. 90.00 Saul lren.R.mov.d.Pulley ". Tender.' White Oar Own Brand
,, '.' '. school faculty. ,itC: :Mr. A. A. Smith, 2 coupons Ktlley.,Mr.Ted-Little Removed.-Removed.. (CORN No:* Car 1 -La Pkg. 19c
25c TEA
'&... The groom Is the son of J.. 8. due Jan 1, 1934, and Htrlckland. CI.yt Removed. %

,Phone 45 Free DeliveryJohns Denmark,and Is a resident of Dow. July 1. 1934-_. 80.00" Taylor Htrlckland.0...Uyra. A.-Lee Removed.-Removed.
Bank of Starke. 2 Light _
flag Park. ,t;.; yfi.After Taylor NaomiRemoved.'
a. short,yl'- tin Deleting( Water Plant Bonds No's. Van Whit.Dl,1('Vere..MI., E.Blanch-Dead.-Removed.. WHITE HOUSE SULTANA BJ&A.'lfD
Park they returned 'to Starke 19 .& 20; 18.coupons O Wynn W. R-Removed.weaver ,- ,PEANUT
where they will reside,, '$30.00 each i\due, July 1. R. R._Removed.. EVAPORATED II II

fS R. 1934. ..._.....-.*-...__a.MO.OQ "Weinterllnir.",,, W.F.R.ma..d.'Villi. R.-Removed. '
:Mr, and Mrs. Carl Alderman and Bank of Starker 3 coupons \ IJlla",.. Ruby-Removed.Th .' M I I'L K. iBUTTEL
two eons Carl. Jr., and Bruce, are Light .* Water Plant Counell will hear' complaints I '

I, 'THE OLD RELIABLE leaving today for their home In Bonds due Jan. lr, 1934. and renter. Auitnet any flat name 114.erruneouelratrlrkcn. 3 Tall Cans '17c 25c' 23c
Baltimore, Md.., after a two tanks' and July 1, 1934J-: :.:.__-.. 60.0O The Council a djourned 19 Ausuet
visit here with Mr. business .flQ IP 3/. '* i
Alderman'sparents There being no further
.
-SERVICE MV MOTTO FOR OVER' THIRTY-FIVE YEARS Mr. and Mrs.'G. W.;alder the City Council adjourned.the ......*.tCARL:- "Chairman. City WALL Council., I THE GREAT ATLANTIC:& PACIFIC TEA COMPAQ

man. ,'.J'.,.r. -,".':.... "i. next regular meeting.. JOHNS, Clerk..Wcl. .
v .. .u. -. ..-, .. I' .. ,
'h $1 M"\0> :"s ,

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AtTOPST 17.' : 193 URAPFOItP COPNTT TELEGRAm, 9TARBE'FLORWA' rAGE ''FIVIIf

\ yJtJ1)-\Y. ,- ---. -------------- --, .- -.... ----.--,--- ,,---.- ------ ....-. --...- -, .- -.. __h._ -" --'''--' <
-
Mr and-Mrs.: E. Matthews; \ .
Mr. and Mrs. C. r:Stock well and I 1
will Sunday for Orlando,
two daughters, Mary Lorraine andKathleen NAT SEZ leave .
: where they will upend several! days.
have recently moved to ,k
Mr. Matthews will attend a hear
Bits oflocal the Mott residence on Church Up in a little country town in ing of the Railroad Commission of

,Street. North Carolina" a holiness preacherlet which he la chairman, while In the Demonstration !

a rattlesnake bite him. refusedto city. Special
Mrs. J. M."Mott. Mrs. Alva McKinney take' any 4-
*
NeWs and son. Everett: Mrs. T. medicine, and ", Paint, odd
C. Hazen and Miss Madeline Ha get-well.neither Whichla ', + at 25<> quart, at Gannett' In the FRIDAY and SATURDAY'of (

Een of Brooker were visitors here here Checker Board Store. .
CONCEUNING.OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND nor there. the
;Saturday .
::-, '
PROGRESS' OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN snake might, :
: have Just ,beep/ Mrs. P J. Pearce had aa guests "'II
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and trying to last Friday her parents, Mr. and '

daughter, Nettle and Harmon the preacher scare.*-. Mrs.,O, Haynes of Hampton; andsieters

Stroraan, of Jasper, were guests I but. of all the I ,' Mrs. W. T Saxton of Four
.Stiver'sBest
TTand Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent Mrs. Elizabeth Epperson of Bar-' Friday _of Judge and Mrs. B., K warm weather "- t Hampton;; Mrs. A. J. Thomas of i iYou
tow has I Valdosta,,Oa.*.andVMrs.; R. M.
1ddrY In Jacksonville been a recent guest 01 Perrymant pastimes! ,e*i .,
Sheriff and Mrs. W..J. Epperson.Mr. posing yoursel ,, -/ Faver;and ,Children. of:.M }m!.. also

'Mrs.. C.W. Morgan of Ft.,Pierce, to a rattlesnakeis M'-Fn WRecd% af4. lout,, C. B. Roberts ,of GrahamJsl who has 'been 1 1ChIiBW:."'t1i/li;-J.. "'rreb' Have Tried The Rest J
attending summer "i,w
the last oneI'd: chooaey.&: b :::: ; :
visitor here Monday. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley left school at the University of Florida, .... "", ?s i .w... a w 'I

Thursday the for a vacation trip'to Gainesville, Is enjoying.'a visit. here But:.come to'.think ,of It,people r .f"reddarlton.:: 'operator at the Now Uie The BEST *
mountains of _
North Carolina. Seaboard leaves Saturday
Loree Kelly of New River with relatives, .( depott. ,
Minn. are gettln' blt.every day, maybe
"f'nA', a7' i tilh9 vacation. He will !1
Saturday. ',
here -
wee, a visitor, Jack Prather of not by rattlesnakes hut something H'.iWJWii'kVs ,
Hollywood Call q Fair at
Mrs "i+ Chicago
Ida I
; Dekle of Lake Butler almost '
''
bad. "
an
They sea. a:
forma, is here o na visit with his and Miss Mary Ritch'of Moultrie, pnirof a.d'iWpjaC there will go to Detroit TIP TOP
Qasse'tt shoes or a hat In on othoa0:
"
Mr and Mrs. Pate Jacksonville.spent parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pra Ga, were guests last week of Mr fine catalogs; that are scattered; t ftfk, several days visit,.with relatives GROCERY'6v
in ther.
last Thursday and Mrs H. C, Hitch at their homeon around the'country. The 'price and enroute home will visitIn !
Philadelphia, New York and
Call Street..
looks good and the hat looks better '
several Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jacksonville Washington, D. C.'
I
is spending
G L. Patten -- because It's all: done In colors on
days with relatives ,at Eustis.W spent last week here with her Charles Smlth eon 'of Mr. and nice glossy paper. So the unsuspecting "'v<
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett .'
Mrs. C. C. Smith is
here visiting persona sits down and orders
McEver of Graham,was attending his parent Charles Smith Is In the ,hat, '0(1the shoes,..and
to business here Saturday. the U. S Navy and Is stationed at when the package 'arrives-that's
Earl Searing of Savannah,.Ga, Hampton Roads.. ,, .
where the biting comes in. There's
Prof. S. S. Dowling of Jasperwas spent the Week-end here with his many,A,,slip! between the picture In

,a visitor'to Starke Saturday. parents Searing.,. Jtr :and :Mrs." Charles Mr. and Mrs. John Walton and I the booK'and: tn*.article that,.arrives Tip; Top Grocery

son, Marlon Walton, left Monday in you_ ,home. ,
Mrs. Minnie Brown of Raiforti for their home in Pompano, aftera ,
in Starke Fri- Dr. and Mrs: B. S. Carroll of ''
friends week's
was, visiting Jacksonville visit here with Mr '.and The' home town merchant
day. were week-end guestsof Mra. J. H. Rltch. learned long ago that if he bit his

H Mrs.' Carroll's' mother. Mrs. F. : ... cualqtnera! and bit them long; and STARKE, (Service and Satisfaction) FLORIDA ;
)fro and Mrs. H. D. Abernathy ,. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Audi Wainwrlght hard enough, they would bite back.

of Graham were visitors here Wednesday Mr. and Mrs... of Jacksonville spent Sunday in And that's onayof,; the. many' reasons .-.
TAi Turner and STAPLE ANDFANCY GROCERIES
Starke with Mrs.. Walnwrlght'abrother why you can't. go wrong. trading -
sons, of WIMwootl .
are tile guests, and sister-in-law, Mr. and 'at home.Especially.. '
E. Maines of Lake Butlerwas of Mr. Turner's, mother,, Mrs. J Mrs. O. A. Andreu. If '.?
Mrs J. you will buy only
a recent guest of Mrs.,D.' E. O. .Turne,!'. i PETER'S SHOES, MUNSINO.i Specials_ :.Friday and Saturday, August 17'anl18

Knight and'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Little and i WEAR, HOSE and have your :
Dr. McLendon
H. B. are little Rltta Lou Of .
Ma-
daughter, clothes tailored..b"tbe'INTERNA.TtlLOUNU;
Mrs Dale VanSickel has been enjoying a visit In Marianna with, rlon. Ind., are guests of Mr. and TIONAL : CO. of New STIVER'S BEST 6 LBS. 12 LBS. LUST
enjoying a visit with' relatives in the former's mother, Mrs. T. R Mrs. L. F.. Smith. Mr, Little Is York'whoM Stark agent' la your

Lake Butler. McLendon.. I Mrs. Smith's.brother.Mr. 'own NAT. Even 'f I do say'It myself :

FLOUR
Miss Beatrice Johns spent the 'Col. D. E. Knight attended courtin sad Mra. Walter Larson of IT PAYS TO BUY AT 33c63c$1.17DAISY

week-end in Green Cove Springs Jacksonville Monday. He was Flushing, tong Island, N. Y., are
accompanied to the city by his son,
with friends. spending their'vacation hero with
Paul Knight. Mrs. Larson' parents, Mr. and STERNBERG'SStarke. Self Rising 27c 49c 94c''

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and Irs.. Charles! Searing.Miss ,
"
Miss Pauline Boyd of Hardee. Florida
in Lacrosse .
ion, Jack, were visitors 1
vllle, S. C, Is enjoying a several
Friday. Dorothy Noegel has been
days' visit here with Mr. and Mrs. enjoying a visit with relatives In Mr. and Mre4Elbert) Bowers and GARDEN FRESH TOMATOES Beat. White_ '

Fire\ Balloon to every child entering L. G. Powell.. Live Oak.. Miss Noegel who la an little daugbter?and Mr. and Mrs.
our store Saturday. Gae- employee of Bryant's Cafe Is on Jn E., Newsome and little daughter -
",n'. "Down by the R.'R. track. Mrs. J. W. White had as week a .two weeks' vacation. left Wednesday for point in Fruit and Vegetables 2 No. 2 Cant 15c BACONPound

end guests her son and daughter- North Carolinajrhere they will enJoy ., ;s U9a
in-law Mr. and Mrs. G. C., White, f.
C. W. Larson of Keystone of Tallahassee.' ,Mr. and Mra. R. L, Bartley, of a ten days': visit. No.1iCobbleeiPotatoes10. Lbs. .19cLarge'LETl'UCE..Each'10c" StringlessBEANS _.r14c'
Height was a visitor here Saturday Indianapolis, Ind.,' are, guests of '- .
afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Norris. Mr. Misses Ruth Sternbarg and Gaelic '
Mr. and Mrs.1 J. Frank Carpenterand
and Mrs. Bartley are Mrs. Norris' Kendrick are going to St. Peersburg -> Large CELERY .,.,_. ,...Each .lOc Pure Cane '
little of'Miami
and Mra. 'J. G.' Boyd of daughter spent on-ln-law and daughter.Ten for the week-end where
CARROTS Large Bunch, .Each 5c
the week-end with relatives herean
Tampa are enjoying: a visit here they will visit Miss Kendrlck's
with relatives., dat Brooker., years 'of faithful service''In brother-in-law end sister Mr.. and Large LEMONS. .__. Dozen 19c 3 No. 2 Cans 25c SUGAR i

'- he Hardware Business In Starke. Mrs. Willie S.. Gibson.. Sweet POTATOES,.......Pound 4c s
W..W. Baisden week
spent the
Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and OoMett'n "Down bythe R. I
R. '
Miss Melba Silcox spent SaturdayIn end in Lake City with his son and ruck." Large LIMES Fla. Key_.Dozen Sc Whole Grain 5 Pounds.25c

Jacksonville. daughter-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr* Olin W. White and Tender CABBAGE_.. .,.Pound 3 Vic 1

Johnny Baladeaw, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, chIldren, Dory-carol' and Olin, SEEDLESS GKAPESPound/7c.
visIt
Jr., \ a. -
| WH'P. Gainey and E."T.-Stewart Miss- Julia Mack wr r Franklin*:; of Jr.and little daughter, Patty, of In West.Palm Beach with Mr. OJ. RICE
of Brooker were attending to business Nichols, and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, LARD
Eastman,. Ga., has J'been enjoyinga and Mrs..G. Ct fates and family .
here Monday. Sr.! of Highland were visitors\ here ilrs. Bates Is Mra. White's sister. 's 5 Pounds 22c
several day's visit here with Miss BEST CREAMERY : r
last Thursday afternoon. ....
.
Martha Brownlee: 3 Pounds 25c
:
Miss Cone the weekend -
Pansy spent
John James Rooks, who formerly BUTTERPound 30c
in Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith ''of West
A. L. Green, b. J. Green., P. A. Key lived here with his parents, Rev. PalmoliveSOAP: ,
i5s.:G. P. been for '
Ttcnaz. has 'a guest several days
Crosby and T. B. Plnholster of the I and :Mrs. E. M. Rooks, was here
-,-- of her uncle and aunt. Dr. 'and BROOKFIELD
business visitors I.Tuesday and Wednesday visitingat R R3Packages
section
Brooker -
Mrs. A. F. Sauls and daughter, were Mrs.' W. E. Middleton, at their CHEESE OXYDQI:
the home of Mr. .
here Saturday. and Mrs.-W. Q.lalle __ ___Pound. 19c
Mlas'Loul.e'' Snyder, spent Tuesday home on Madison Street.Mr. \
and other friends. John
: .
in Jacksonville.! ', Misses Ruth and Lillian Stern- James Is a theological student at PEANUT ; lie.;'
\ and Mrs. WUmer Holzendorf, Bob Jones College, In Cleveland, Bar --_ ,._.5c A... '
Col. and Mra. Horace S. Wilsonand berg and> AI and Manses Mlna Manassa spent Monday and Henry at who have spent the past two Tenn.; and plans to attain a Waser'a 'BUTTER:: : 2, Pound Jar 25c .I i. -.'. ,\" .
sons tf Bronson were visitor months at Hosford where Mr. HoI- ii
before
to Starke Fernandlna Beach. Degree leaving colleges Oct. Soap Toilet
Thursday.Mrs. I Eendorf was employed have returned or

to their home here' .. MUSTARD Jar 12c
-- ------- -- .Quart
Miss Louise Marshbura of Jacksonville
and
Jessie Mae' Blakely -
Miss Patricia Lamb were visitorsto spent Sunday In Starke Mr.\ ..and lira. Harold C. Wall .POWDER' PAPER'

Gainesville Sunday. with her grandparents. Mr.. and and Dr. and Mra. :E. L. Biggs left FLORIDATHEATRE Aspr Tips 1Lb. Tall.Can. 15c .
Alderman.
Mra. G. W.
Saturday for Chicago where they 4 For _.__ lOc Rolls, u.11e'; ) -
Mr. Turner of will ten '
and Mrs.' R. V. spend days taking In the .
Miss Dorothy-Turner' has re- IA NATIONAL BISCUIT .. 'i. Jf\\
New River were in Starke Sunday Bights at the.World's Paew'Mr .
turned home from Live Oak where
Malting Mrs. J. O. Turner.. she has been spending several and Mra. W. X .Epperson Crackers.,*, ,..,,.6 Boxes/or ,J25c Argo'STARCH ScotTissuePAPER.

Miss Callie Strickland Is' spend- weeks with relatives. Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Grlffla

ing several weeks in Miami with line and little 'son, Jock, are enjoyinga Jacksonville Florida PORK & BEANS'\ __Can' '4'/2c !
and look our
In over
her aunt, Mrs. M. O. Linton. Come two weeks' stay at the Epperson ,
of Nesco Stove at Garnet's, ,
at Lake.
cottage Kingsley
) "Down by, the R. R. track."1 I ---. -. j GOOD. I 3 Boxes E
Col. Futch of -- lOc
and J. n --
Mrs. E. -A- .. ; __- 3 Rolls _. _25e'
DeLand will be week-end pests Mrs.; Marcus Conant of Mr. and Mra. Cecil Hitch have BROOMS.,,,_. Jl4?Each '25c s
of Mr. and Mrs..H. L. Brownlee. Mr. and returned to their home in St. Petersburg Make up a ,party of Mends and .
duringthe ,'. t 1
Jacksonville were guests Ihc Pink
after a several days' visit
week-end of Mr. and :Mra. F.A. here with Air. and Mrs.: W..J. Ep- wait the Beautiful F1ARIDAT11EATKE MATCHES3 Boxes lOc NUCOAPound'

GENT A WORD Canova at KIngsley Lake. person. Jr., at KIn aley Lake.. --Ama see the year's J.! > V J SALMON .

out t.ading screen kttraettao 1 .
Miss Katherine Dowllng of Starke Lake Mra. Emma Canova, Mlaa, Bun- SALT.1.. .....x" Boxes lOc I.., ,..,."';'i4c11tQMEMARY' ;
COLUMNFOR Butler spent, last week do n" Canova, Miss Martha Powell,
at I v Tall Can 12c
with Miss Ernestine Andrews Glen Wood R. G. Kidd and a.':R. ROBERT LEWISSTEVENSON'S
UCMON VANILlA'EXTRACT
SALE head of hogs. i or
-Thirty her home on Cherry Street.
Johns, Jr.. are spending this week /
', }t-
See D. Murrhee. Graham Fla. at Kingsley Lake, at the Hull cot-. __.,.-.:.......,....Bottle ,lOc Kellogg's Corn )
Sip Mrs."Hen.rY' Register of Jacksonville tag.. Grape Jelly i1
and daughter: Catherine, '
FoR SALE-Good farm horse. rENDER' .FLAKESPackages J5- Lou Cod-
are visiting :Mra.: Annie IMMOBTAi
See Mr. and Mra. C. C. Hoppe'and CLASSIC
me at O. K. Barber Shop.
E. 1. Klncheno' Itp win at, herbpmeln'Lawtey.E. little son, Jimmy and Mra.'J. W.Cincald. .\\I PEAS rt..,. .....Large r ,Can lOc 2 15c Each Jjlo..s Ll9c; '
have returned to their
FoR SALE: OR RENT-New five J. Roberta of Lawtey was in home In Tampa, after a two weeks ,..... ;";-'

room, large bungalow lot. garage electricity, :cheap,Mrs.water ng Starke his.during son-in-law the: weekendvisit and daughter.Mr. Icy Uy Lake.at the Biggs_ cottage at Kings "TREASUREISLAND"' SNOWDRIFT OR SNOW Vyl If EAT, 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 ,LBS.. ffr.1 \

Godwin, P. O. Box NO. 112. Law- and Mr. J. "W. Andrews, Jr.. .
I
tey. Miss Edna Strickland. Miss Annie _
c'f' Mrs.'O.A. Andreu, ,:Mrs.: : Delia FLOOR 27c 49c '94fc
Mae Pearce and Paul Knight, i1
CALLING CARDS any size, Hague and Misa Hannah Swindell, _
1100 who have been attending summer '
for so;. 91JX for 10OMono- pent Wednesday la Lawtey visiting 1 ,
school at the University of Florida,
win. .
Brammed; stationery 10O sheets Mr. and Mra. L. P.Dlnkios. oft,. ,
( .
returned to their homes here last
snd 100 Bradford "I
envelope. $2.73. '
County Telegraph-Phone 29., U. Mr. and Mrs. F. A.:CanovaC and 1 I week-end. WALLACE' PINEAPPLE; 8Ile d___--No.'2 Can ISe '

-PINEAPPLE PEARS!: 80O Bushels little, daughter. Mary .Anne of, )4.... P. J: Pearce attended a family : BEERY_ PEACHES, Bt Tableau. 2*/ can Ue. ,.

now for 'can- Gainesville are enjoying stayat at the home of her JACKIE COOPER ,: : ; ( .
ready cooking: reunion WIPTA
FISH. /.LJi. Can 15c
HP TOP
MARKET
at Klagstey II ;
the Camay -
fag! ,or pieseiisag.1 DOs par. bushel -' cottage. parents, Mr... and ),(n. O. Haynes, 'ft.r;
st farm, Hellbrona Sprtogs. See Lake.'h hi Hampton" Sunday. Twenty-six LIONEL BARRYMORE Eagle, Brand MILK-;1-__Can 19c, J;;'

wN Lee Thomas. tenant.. N.8-102tp8-17 D.| Wan.ght. | Mr..and M r..'H.'D. -Hague and members for the of event.the family were present OTTO KRUGERLEWIS pint Brand! AJILK.,....,.J;__..,.._Can lZ"/ e Fancy WESTERN': Meats ti\

daughter. Miss Martha, of Alachua I' Northfield' MILK.. ;j.ow3; Tall Cans lit Sliced Dried BEEP___.Pound 30c "JJ
OFFICE SUPPLIES? Typewriter are enjoying a two weeks' stay at .
Mra. Sam Anderson and two : STONE: ? Fancy" BEEF LIVER.__Pound 1' "!!
v.rNACH.a ,15e
Can 15 I
ribbons, ,85 0. 2yt
adding maculae ribbon the R. J. Davis cottage at KIngsley children Lyle and Janet and Mrs I e., STEW BEEF ... Pound'hoc \\.r. 1

Carbon adding paper machlre, typewriter paper, 'second paper: Lake, ,! -. ..1 1 W H. Hart, are lpeDdlne'several CHARLES. CHIC"! SALE I LaTourainc COFFEE..Pound .25c SPARE RIBS.-_...___-_._-Pound- 12fte +'h'\:t!\'; '

.h eets on salt I the Bradford K.... 1.. F. Dinklna and little' days la .Norcheater;:South, Caro- I. TlP TO.TEA.--'t. : _..... .LI.. IDe SIRLOIN STEAK..___Pound ,,28e if
Mrs ..
lids with Anderson's sister,
County daughter,-Jo Ann of Lawtey spent -- --- LIVER
Tel.graioffice.. Phone -- LOAF.Pound

l last week in Starke. with :MrsDin.-I Mra. Ralph Turner. I. I .NORTHERN. BEANS..II_Pound 541'I' BOLOGNA _.._..._. .,.....,.Pourtd J25e 15c ,. .:' .,

WANTED- TC tnr-Pine and Andreu.klnaT parent. Mr..and- :Mrs. O. A. Cot, and 1011" ..D. E. Knight left RE3IEtpEReifrHL DATES!! NAVY BEANS.Pound. ,, 5e VEAL LOAF..._.. ..,.._Pound. 25c: : i''

able :; It:ng timber eult- Tuesday for a abort vacation In I BLACK EYED, PEASPound 5e FAT FRYERS _____Pound 19c '

for veneer' W">cka., WUI pay Mr...and.M/s.: J...-JC. Miner: and the mountains of North Carolina. Sat:-S'M" o...- .BABYaLIMA', FAT.HENS ? Pound 17 ''
Pot cash u price I I-J rich. Give tall daughter. Miss.Pauline ,of New They expect 'to spend most of the ,I es'l I BEANS...._.1 Pounds 25c Long IIQRN CHEESE.Pound 20c I'

PvUcuUra la a.: ,/ering ,address Smyrna have been recent guests of time la Waynesville and Ashevllla. August 18e > I MACARONIPackae Se Sausage, ,Cellophane Pk*:.*U, ?, 15e 7., ..
Wok m. BeJJ"IDc:', A O.Bcot 16e][Mrs,: Mines toother: ''Mrs, Laura: from where they will visit, points .}|, o.211 .. ,, "
r .. .. dot. ,
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If': BRADFORD COTJNTV TMJEOKAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AtTQIla 17,19JL

v TAOE SIX .
$ -
t --;;;
I
i Comrriissioners FARM FACTS AND RISING Goldfish flrst were brought toNOTICIO
1i County the United States about
Housewives Mr.. II. M. Mfttng. C.rrege.de.tThe 18i8.

Hints To 1 Met On First Monday FACTORSIn revival meeting at Pine TO nItBTDRIA'; -
the second marketing season f.Che'repiTORe.
Level Church closed Sunday night Notice
I Weekly fro'e Draionntra- control policies clsln svor that
under the production person. having all
Commissioners '- members added to
Board of County with twenty-six
The
FARMERS SECTION tlon Specialists, TaUahaa met at of the Agricultural Adjustment I against. the Estate of Rurlo r HH
:
i I of Bradford County Administration, flue-cured the church. burghs. deceased, of. to E.file their claim,
following
10:00: a.m. August 6, with the bave risen to the Miss Gwendolyn Buddlngton is County Judge In the Courtr man
PEAR RECIPES I members present: L. L tobacco prices in Jacksonville.We of Bradford "oucntlif1from"w' '..
tt Conducted by Demonstration Agents unlike peaches, are not J. M. parity level that baa been sought visiting relatives .llIht rm"of { .
Pears, I i Conner chairman pro tern; is from are glad to report that Miss the first tats
of the largely
r best flavored when allowed to rIpen Rosier, Mallory'Thomas and G. W Output crop Florida and South Ida Mae Lewis was able to be Ice. And those Indebtedotothl atote .
on the tree. They should be picket Andrews. farms in North home last week from the are required. to pay the same''
of brought
administration the undersigned
Full alm
Georgia., nletratnr
Indication of ,
at the first ripenessthat the count I We. wish her a speedy EMMA It
-- -- O. C. Register of ; reduction baa beet hospital. HEIRERflER
the program
shows
when the stem a
is, 'OHDARY D. Hi
Farmers Warned Oi tendency to part from the spui FERA organization appeared be in the hands of the Agricultural recovery. Adminislrators. 7.211.'U.1I IBER'Hn:
( raised fore th) board.jhfquesting'! that the Extension Service workers, I Miss Gertrude DeLacy of Au- I-. .
is
RURAL when the fruit gently! up -
Worm Spread action against a herewith -
Screw : li board take some burodale is spending awhile
'Picking at this stage wrapping -
COMMON SENSE Urged To Check II paper, and laying away In the dark property the owner FERAxforces who Is refusing from con tallow < Florida's advantages in respect Lewis.J. .Misses Verllee and Irene

In boxes ripens the fruit nicely- ditch near to summer weather have become
w' By SPUDS JOHNSON GAINESVILLE--More reinforce- developing juicy, full flavored structlng. a the'necessary board decided to better understood in other section W. Buddlngton and daughter
fruit much better than when It li Hampton; Mian Krnestlne; Arthur McRae and
called out In this year than ever before. Day
menU are being take action in the matter. ,
no
y GREATER DEVELOPMENTOP northern Florida's battle against allowed to bang on the treee. Care after day while the North and Misses Audrey and Odessa McRae .
FRUITS exercised In J. C. Box of Lawtey was allowed motored to Gainesville Saturday i if'I
TROPICAL screw worm files, reported as rapidly I must be picking pearl Johns West.were sweltering in temperatures -
,d'1 POSSIBLE IN FLORIDA spreading to an Increasingly not to bruise them. There are $4.00 per month and Clayton of 100 degrees or higher, this afternoon.
month from
large area and taking a heavy tol: I many interesting ways in which was allowed $2.00 per state was comfortable with the I Enoch and Vanlce Keene were

Florida's salubrious climate ant of range cattle, hogs and ethel I pear may be used In canning at the pauper allowance.Application mercury in the 80's. ComparisonsIn visitors to this section Sunday.

favorable soil conditions make this livestock. well as for Immediate serving.. by'' Colonel Crosby the press and elsewhere have Miss Mildred Goodge of Plant

state adapted to the cultivation of Farmers are being urged to : Honeyed rears of Sampson City, for an increase forced themselves on the attentionof City Is visiting relatives here. r

a very great variety of tropical clean up the flies on their own Wash twelve medium to small of his pauper allowance was re many prsons heretofore holding .

and sub-tropical fruits. It la said farms and not leave the matter size pears. Place Jo a baking pan fused.H. erroneous views on the subject. Gold cups dug up In Syria are -s 1

that at the present time there are solely to relief partolmen. In many and add one and nae-half cupful .V. Knight requested the boardto believed to be the oldest of their r

,i growing and fruiting in the state communities extensive organization 3f water end thre-fourths cupfulf purchase the necessary Index kind, worth 1,000,000 franca
not less than ISO: tropical fruit.. of farmers la underway the granulated sugar. Bake coveredin books for the County Judge's Rec- Fall application of fertilizers on I
in the
'4 :More than half of these are not I plan being to mop out the fly farm a medium hot oven until pearsire ords so that the FERA workers Florida citrus groves earlier

grown In any state In the United by farm and district by district. slightly softened. Place a tatfespoonful could have the'said records prop- season than Is customary is urged Experiment IF YOUR 5WcIba Selector the

States of honey on each pear Indexed. 'The matter; warn laid upon growers by Agricultural
to Workers with the Livestock of erly Station and Extension never sold/ or ess t anSOc.
Only a relatively small proportion sprinkle with just a suggestion over for future consideration.
Sanitary Board and Agricultural; ,.If the flavor la liked and Service workers. The practice ad- BREATH HASA Yep
of the 150 tropical fruits are Extension Service are urging farmers lutmog. until the board byunanimous; action vised they feel to be wholly Justified now can buy

being grown in commercial quan to bury or burn all dead animals return to oven, uncovered caramelized and ,rescinded thel..f'ormer. action In by the conditions now existIng the sanvtf size and quality
+' tities. No doubt there are many in which the files breed and wsars are lightly illowlng R. B. Kline of Gainesville,
out
i .ender. Pack Immediately in hot which largely have grown SMELL YOUCAN'T for 5 Ju5ftfiinfc
more and
others which could be grown to Inspect every animal at least the liquid in Florida, to purchase the dead of the leaching,rains in most partsof long
iterile
jars using
widely and which deserve greater weekly so that Infected ones can down timber on state tax lands the state during the spring Havana and im oared to.
baked to cover.
miscellaneous vhlch they were and
development. A bulletin on be treated In time to save them with th. consent of the owners
and subtropical 'rocess at boiling fifteen minutes. months. FEEL WELL bacco for only 5onaFLOR
rr tropical and prevent further breeding of mortgagees thereof and the proseeds { Iltt
; e fruits of Florida issued by the The pears may be peeled before the said sale to applyn -
from de
them.
!lies In to tEL>lq
at If desired and cut Into Jf government undertakes assist ., food decay
:Agricultural Experiment Station >baking taxes. robes we val too wteb oar
describes the most important Screw worm flies lay their eggsn calves or quarters. Or pears maybe back and current drought impoverished farmers la our ........ Our fried. *n *U thiedeep >-get the mott
Gainesville .. mouth and eall It tj your
Lee for relief
wound In the of R. L. eaentoc rot aw
of these minor fruits and any kind of fresh cored and the cavities filled Application of the North and West In finding bad breatb. We teal tAte poises of Isle
for their culture. kin. Barb wire scratches dehorning with pineapple candled ginger orange assistance was refused. different locations on other than demur\ all over ear body. It lki agaomy oney Might.t. .
.
i{ suggests pointers cuts, dog bites and the like fruit Reports were received and ap- marginal lands many will be found : sroMeby' and mo sued. for anytWm.WVat ..
these fruits, notably the marmalade, or other
of .Lewis
Some for thafoaddMaytatbtbowelitWelL gar Mfg.Co,Mature
court main
f the papaya are, coming into considerable ire fine places for the flies. Calng ': nlxtures. \ proved from. clerk circuit I who prefer removing to Florida. It wbea we) eat too ......., our bttaJukveaat Newark N.J.
animals and their young are the distribution ol lax redemptionfunds safely may be anticipated. : mean tt. What I* &lie bile Juice'
prominence and receiving Farmers should I Pink PearsPeel county judge Jail Inspector It .. the most vtad di*-i.* luio. la our
quite susceptible. flowlan from
Dr. Ualeaa pIM of It are
attention recently. small body.
no little avoid wounds in the summer where and core medium to and Justice of the Peace Jonathan Growing crops in practically all our H_ Into our bowel every day. our YotJeMELBA
I Kellogg of Battle In a aoBjrtipated and
the'fruit
John Harvey size putting imoennait* nt bud and
pears
Hemi-
possible and then treat regularlywith Dukes. countries of the Northern foodITITTTH b* our 18
and other
ti Creek sanitarium fame pine tar any wounds found. dilute salt brine (one tablespoon The board received from J. M. sphere have been damaged by the bbweM." Tbla decay ....... .Poises a av
national figures are emphasizing animals salt to one quart water) to avoid state, a the tea body ...ry ale .l.,4-&
on of the drought, reports
Infested spots Comptroller prolonged
Lee, lad broth
Ja the value of the papaya citrusfruits browning. Wboa our friend nU our
tree of the bloody oxidation or forth the state mill- Agricultural Service of fool Ilk whipped
l avocados In the diet. should be wiped letter setting foreign (but we don't and w a
and xudate and treated with commercial Cook gently until 'tender In a to be levied for the year 1934 the Bul'eau.of. Agricultural Economics tame**..Scat UM a montlnrah Took.or Carter take *alM. *

"During the last four years in ninety per cent benzol. In seirere thin syrup to which has been addeda 'as age follows: State.school fund 1 in a summary of the world _Little >!-Out Pills at the which eau easy tart the I

the treatment of several hundred cases the maggots should be handful of clove drops (candy mill pension fund 3 mills; state drought situation. Bow oTvvur bile Jules Bat If --atnMrtfchn ire aCARSrfplt
for
; I don't bar it ,
patients suffering from various lug out with forceps or some blunt "red hots"). Chill, drain and serve board of health., H mill; livestock r.nay 100r.J"i"" Imanmrr) pill wfctebIOOMB neOA1NRSY1JJ.E

forma of chronic disease, 1 have Instrument before treatment. To pears with whipped cream for des sanitary board, V4 mill; prison Not only animals and human beIngs teeth. tripe* and Maldi Cartar'tb nilainId UtttoU .
People. Ask few
made large use of Florida's trop. prevent relnfestatlon the area sert. fund % mill; free text book fund; II but plants also, inherit the .*many r :nn. by MM and a. wfcat rwta : CANDY CO.Oataonilla. )

'-, ical fruits and found them Invalu ihould be treated with pine tar or If pears are to be canned, avoid 4" mill;making a total of 6% mills traits of their progenitors ft.-zSf. 01..4.4,1..Cs. Vta, Dbtrtbasrr1XRGTORE

able aids In combating the various the like. If the pine tar is too overcooking before packing in the Watkins Jk Hall, turpentine operators - - -

r nutritive disorders generated by hick to spread it can be diluted are. Cook merely until pliable' of Putnam Hall: advised the

the deficiencies and redundancies" with some vegetable oiL Two parts enough to pack easily.If I board that they had ceased operations
of the current American.diet, says linseed oils J. S. Griner
of pine tar to one' part further uses of pears are desired on the former
y+ ,Dr. Kellogg. generally used.HEILBRONN. write the State Home Dem- lands in Bradford County as there
+ These tropical fruits of Florida said
against
: onstration Department Tallahassee are delinquent taxes
attention and a certain
deserve
SPRINGS for Circular 25, Pear Product, ands.!

N,, .amount extravagant of promotion.claims are nearly However always Bles Ta.lMa Raaa... C.".........at or see your county home demonstration The following mother's pensionswere

made la connection with the A. J. Rboden of Lake Butler agent. Mrs approved Nettie; Starling Lawtey 228 E. CALL ST. ( LOCATED FAARRMDBTRE '\ STARKE, FLA.

+ promotion of' tropical fruits-as spent Monday night with his father $2.00; Mrs. Belle Parmenter CLOVER

with other things being exploited W. C. Rhoden. LAWTEYO. Stafke, $2.00; Mrs, R. H. Futch

,and these always rebound In barmrather ''Miss Pencie Davis returned to 3 Phillips. C..rr..n>. >.. Lawtey, $6.00; Mrs. J. P. Dickinson

ill than good for the industry I tier home last week after spending Dr. and Mrs.J"J. H.. Carr dt.De Theressa. $6.00; Mrs. Lou'An-

With the expansion of now several days, In Jacksonville with last tile Grlf fls, Lawtey. $4.00; Mrs OUT
In Jacksonville SELLING
industries, the were visiting
fruit T.o0 Mrs.
minor: tropical relatives, Ruth Marr, Highland $ ;
Eft income to the state could be materially : Parmenter spent last Friday. Alice Bradley. Lawtey, $4.00; Mrs
Mlsa Edith
'But Holt returned to her
supplanted. conservative Miss Beulah Hettie Bennett Lawtey $2.00;
,jr development should be the week at Starke with her sister home at Famplln Va., Tuesday, Mrs. J. S. Rosier, Lawtey, $2.00;
rule Mrs. Gladys Burney. after spending several weeks with Denmark Lawtey,
business vialtor Mrs. Margaret
+ ?M*> a I Loyd Moore was a her sister Mrs. J. R. Shuford. Mra. Vollle Hart, Lawtey, Stock
the State Farm Saturday. $2.00; $2,000.00 Surplus
to
The annual cost of warring on Brooks la spending this Miss Kathleen Blanchard of Miami $2.00; Mrs. Doshia Prescott

v, insects passes the' billion dollar week Roy with Seeber Forsyth.Mr. Is spending several days here Brooker $4.00; Mrs. Jean Gaskins,

mark each year, and Mrs. Curtis Melvin of this week with her parents Mr, Lawtey. $4.00; Mrs. Eliza Hall, ,
and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. Mrs. N. Wynn
i .: .\ MASTKK'd 54 IIINotice Brooker spent Sunday night with Hampton $2.00; Merchant Forced to Take Drastic Actions.Be .
I* hereby given that underJ her sister Mrs. M.' Rhoden. Miss Ruth Rowe was a visitor to I Hampton $7.00; Madeline Frlgo Well Known Starke

Mt). that lion certain, A. Z. AdHlnn final decree a* Judge rendered of thelfft by Mill Essie Crawford of Lawtey Jacksonville Friday.; Lawtey. $8.00; Mrs. Katherine Mra. Here when the Doom Open Promptly at 8:00 o'Clock A. M.
$7.00;
Circuit Court of Bradford County., spent Friday with her brother, O. J. Phillips has returned, after I,Sponholtz, .Starke,
In that cermjft Mrs. Eddie -
Kff Florida In (Chancery 'Ethel Bell, Starlte, $4.00;
num Peach Crawford. several days In a Lake
therein pending pending
lain bred cause 880 and wherein Frank. Rled- Miss* Floyd Thomas or''Starke Dyal, Starke, !SOC; Mrs.'Julia
I I. complainant ,and Arthur I City hospital $6.00. I 18MEN'S
man Lawtey,
Thelma Rho Crews,
v Wood et al are defendant, the un- I was the guest of Mia Miss Arthurlne Blanchard waa chairman announced that if: Saturday August
ned special Maet.r on Monday den Sunday afternoon. Sunday.The The
the 3rd day of Beptembar, A.: l>. 1934. crowd attended the visiting In Jacksonville there was anyonif who objected to ,
during the I legal hour of mile.and at A''' large friends of Howard Miner dues as fixed by
the south door of the County CourtHotli party given at the home,of Miss to learn he la improving the assessment
will be glad
at Htarke, Florida' will veil Wednesdaynight. the tax assessor and accepted by
to the hlgh.al and bet bidder for Anita Wainwright after serious illness. be heard where
cash the following premises situate Everybody reported a nice In St. the board would ; WEARING
Miss Abble Harley visited and CHILDREN'S SHOES and
( in Bradford County, Florida to-witt: upon J.; W. Robinson asked for a WOMEN'S
of the NW'4 of 8KV, of sec SH, time. Augustine over the week-end. assessment on six
'/c -rJI 8 S U 23 K.,'' lying east the ofAlllator Buck Starling of Kissimmeo la' While there she visited her.sister, reduction In the to him in APPAREL of every soundest kind at practically your own price.
belonging
canal along land
Creeki the Nettle of
iY Mrs. acres
containing bed of said I eight creek living(8)I acre the line more, and or visiting Starling.bill mother Miss Griffin.Mattie Harley, and Mrs. 0. J. the Lawtey section eaat of the, Sea- No matter how large .or small your wants may be you will be

lees; together with the tenement. Mrs. Effie Miner and Miss Beatrice board Air Line Railway (After able them at unbelievable price reductions.
i lioredltamenl. and appurtenancestbuto cooks have due consideration the board decided to buy now
belonging. Relics of Ice age Miner were visiting in Jack-
already
H. CREAVS Weat. Scorched that the assessment as
found in the
been
SpecI sonvllle last Friday.
1 + A* / Master In Chanc.ry.KNIGHT and fixed was proper and no change
camels
KNK1HT, bones of American Mrs. Floyd Ward and two children .

Attorney for Complainantniat881\ | giant bison have been unearthed. of Fait Top Ala., are visiting was made. further business Store
There being no Galore All Over the
Mrs Waj-d's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the board adjourned... Bargains
4 H. B. Arwood, this week. -
Mr e. W.. R. Williams spent several

dlut week in Adel. Ga.. Just The Thing

.c, where she visited relatives.
Mrs H. Register and daughter,, For That Midnight Snack CHILDREN'S TENNIS SHOESChildren's MEN'S

J + All the way down to your: Catherine, of Jacksonville are BARBECUESSandwiches
Q t, Yt spending this week with Mr. W. F all Kinds WORK SHOESIn
of SCHOOL SHOES Tennis hoes ,
t dainty toes, let Mavis Talcum Godwin.L. $
} H. Hill returned Saturday aft Half Spring! Chicken 40o all sizes to close out in

'Powder give you an alluring er spending a week in West Florida SHORT ORDERS; In a variety of,styles and this sale at this low price. $1.35 II

y i' where he attended to businessIn Al This is our regular $1.00

body skin of smooth, silky the Interest of the Federal Land *! sizes some values up tp value Men's $2.50 value, extra
Bank. PLACENear
W Make Mavis Talcum Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shuford and HALL'S $2.00--Selling Out- heavy soles. We must have

texture. daughters, Easley and Gwendolyn Seaboard Depot 47cPairLADIES' the cash, BO we are giving

e. daily habit. You will were visiting In Jacksonville Tues SOcPairSILK you these low prices.
,,; :' your day.Mr. I -

; delight in its cool fragrance, and Mrs. W. C. Wooten were
M tr' visiting In Jacksonville last Wed CHILDREN'SDRESSES

;' and the matchless feeling, nesday.
Mr.and Mrs. C R. Shuford who FOOTWEAR

beyond smart dressing, of have moved lived to Jacksonville here several recently.years, DRESSES _

One lot of 300 pairs IS-t'P
Mrs. E.: E- Burney was visiting Sizes 6 to 16-AS
wells
knowing you are in Melrose Thursday.Mrs. Women's $5.00 and $6.00 Pumps, Straps, Ties- to the minute styles; coloN

C. R.' Atkinson and son, I Silk Dresses latest styles some values high as $3 In assorted Silks. Crepes
groomed. For men, women Cecil, of Miami who have ben visiting per pair-Selling: this lot and Prints; Special for this

sr'a, Mavis deodorizes here for several days, returned and colors I ; sizes 14 to 52" out for- Selling Out SaleSScEach-
and children
to their home this week. Oldest Fin Engine '

:. and absorbs perspiration. Angus here Arwood this week of Alachua at the Is home visiting \V. inAmeratartr.drklee.esbea $1.98 95c Pair

of his parents Mr.: and Mrs. H. B. .sue.b.

Got"r lbe ;Jb.euerVse/tIni Arwood. atilea.r i.,III bite.M5erw
rf Roberta children,
Mrs. O. W. and a..i4.dMrt
Fare Powder It Ik* ftrfttt Patsy and George Jr.* were visiting -
4M
e.Y.1 wale ... !
rat.et.l, PRICES CRASHED
: foiHpttmtnt.TALCUM in DeLand Saturday and Sun- t..rle d..artt.g lessee III ..e 554O'wM

.. ... ..... S -. t.eIph
,rj day.Mrs. H. C. Kelly returned Sun- eI-.. .w _r.sow


i ++{pry by VIVAUDOU 25*' 50* :100y at day Tallahassee after attending summer school e.ae.rt.f i... eM ..tea.ere... ...,...eN tdk a ..... Entire Surplus Stock Must Go NN ,It, Is

Alva Long of Palmetto waa visiting _....... k.r feej III row
here two or three days; this hero.4.w beerHAROLD The Final
Blow!
week. C. WALLINSURANCE
,wp. Miss Boncllle Ford of Sneads U

MAVIS visiting her sister. Mrs. R.A. Grlf

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA : .
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17. 1934 __ .. .. t
AUGUST. .. .. ... _.. ', : 1\\
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--------- --- ;-'-- --- -------- Last year the cumulative federaland : ;''1
ZFF1HI I i' '':
DIRECTOR LAKE BUTLERRed state gasoline tax rate f(
St'ItKE' Lulu MM I.fvrl. r..rr*.pundnt I '
the country averaged (I 'k;" ){,

Rev Firs c.* Baptist B. Price.Church Pastor. SCHOOLS Kerr-, Correspondent OPEN The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures don Services Church last conducted Saturday and at Dea Sun. throughout of 43.gasoline.IJP 9 par! cent. of tho average price "II"II'H, i:t\\'H'\ i I'I 1f.I lnn It.,I,''l

of
,
Sunday School 10:00: a.m.; A. J The Union County High School day by Rev. G. E. McGauley I 1

superintendent, here, along with three other I Brooker.
'Domes'! Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m. schools In the county, opened Mon P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville and AVER WONERVES 1

B, Y'. P. U., 6:43: : p.m. day for their 1934-5 terms. Mrs. I. W. Dyal 'of Graham were {
Worship 8:00 o'clock. to the bedside of their
wenln* The Lake Butler High School called
Midweek prayer service Wednes will be under the prlnclpalship ol el ti mother, Mrs. J. W. Lewis Friday 1o.. r i i i b''

day 8:00::( p.m- Prof. Richard Warren principal ry afternoon. She was seriously ill, zip
,- but Is slowly Improving..
for several yast terms assisted by -
Methodist Church II. F. Prlster. Other former members Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomas and
R.V B. M. :Montgomery, Pastor! of the school faculty will also daughter, Miss Hazel, were visiting I

Sunday School,, 10 a.m. be on the teaching staff the com- relatives at Fairbanks last Sunday
Morning worship_ at 11:00: a.m ing year. Other schools that have afternoon. I' .p
Meeting:-6WWorshlp : e ,
Young People's opened In the county are Providence Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Reynolds and

P. 21. T:30 P. M. Little Springs and Midway children of Graham spent Sunday
Evening : 'I They will all run a full term, according here with their parents. Mr. and

I to Supt., Shep T. Thomas. -. .. Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
preabytorian Church ,
School. Mrs. Elma Stokes and little
A. M.-Sunday ,
10-00: DONATE MONEY of the Tung Oil Farm are
daughter
Preaching1
A. M Board of
11:00 The Union County here with her
time
some
W spending
of the pastor,
the absenca Commissioners have donated $21
In parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Padg
A. Scott will preach. for the use of buying the proper ett b
All welcome. materials that It would require to
evening preach- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk of Brooker
be BO
will
There construct fly traps to be set In various In ww1D- 1
and Mrs Earnle Johnsonof TO your **
during' August. and Mr,
log service parts of the woods here, in visiting their every nerve al
Lake Butler were '
effort to catch screw worm flies No wonder sna I
an yon
Mr. and Mrs. Blrt Stokes, i 4
parents h. :
,
which have Infested the woods in and bark at the

i all vicinities here by the thousands. last We Sunday.are sorry to report that Mrs. ter Watch'ss may ontt lead q "7'' I f
JONES farmer livestock owner
BOB Each or
/ the sick .
t Lenla Hough Is still on nesi. Nervous! I
must make de-
1 who gets a trap a
Indigestion and
| Comments On Here posit of fifty cents when he gets 'ems I IiLi list. sun ether unpleasant

Hereafter the trap, the money will' be takento NOTICE > Why' don't you try I t
And aterlal for another otrap .
buy ) workIng Kfferreeceat
will be cemetery
There a rrfe'M
'1 which means two of them for every Friday. Just one In a g
I at McKinney cemetery water makes a pI: :
"My pastor never preaches the one.: August 24. All who have relatives Bng drink
[gospel and I would starve to death please come and bring working to over-taxed nant
lIlt were not for the gospel I get CHURCH HOMECOMINGThere tools and bring a well-filled bas- :Dr. Miles' ,
over the radio." That la what 1 I'' will be a' homecomingservice The"Birth of CaIn ..d Ab.l.-.When God bad cast out Adam and Eve for their sin, and closed the Card ket. OBEY MOOD7.Taltn sade <. two forma

heard a lady say recently "The at the New River Baptist "n of Eden to them they were forced to toil for their food. "Cursed is the ground for thy sake; In sorrow shalt Rffeiveeceiit Tablet.
Is the power of God unto Church, about five miles from here srmlt", thou eat of it all the days of thy life; thorns also and thistles shall It bring forth to thee; and thou notice that unonrnlicneil will Ird, the same soothing t
gospel o'clock September
the ground 1 on
unto doll at
.salvation." People are not hearing Sunday, Aug. 19, according to J. J. eat the herb of tre field; In the sweat of thy. face halt thou eat bread till"thou return 1719. The later; A, 1>, 11134.\ at pnbllo auction for 1M at your ." i in
from all of the pulpits Colson, who extends a cordial Invitation for out of It wast thou taken; for dust thou art, and unto dust thou return. -Gen. Si hash at the county courthQuna atstance
gospel first family ,, and
the the background of this picture. The world's Florida, that moriraae I iM i L.
this country, but God la raisingup : to all members: of the fulfillment of this curse is portrayed by' the artist in Indebtedness a. appears by mnrt.rags -
in to preach the gospel over church: to be present and anyone pictured in the foreground includes Cain and Abel, the two sons of Adam and Eve.whose births are recorded recorded. In mortgage book' 4 i? fJl2(111/1'et>C '1l t(7)V
men of
Seventeenth century engraver of public\ ) rncnrn'a
4:10::
the radio. Millions of people dally else who will attend from nearby' In Gen. 4i 1-2. One of a series of Bible.. pictures by Merian. on Hraitford paw' County Florida.. Mrs. Maud
the mesage. communities and other churches --- M, Hrownle mill Mr., lien. Week l ) NERVINE
[ hearing
are after of unsatisfactory attempts SANDY LANE Wilson as AdinlnlntrKtrlu of the ,
e too. years Estate. of W. T. Weeks, at regulation. MIM Pnulltt Ore..*. Carre.p.B<..t 8-S-6U8-31 e ry
It Is the gospel which Is the TOO MANY RAINS LATELY II TheLetter 2. Empowers Legislature to provide .....
salvation. It Is of Jacksonville
of God unto A W. Sweat
(power Farmers In Union County are for manufacture or sale of intoxicating
not education. It Is not ethical noting a lossage due to continued Box liquors,+wlnea of beer by spent the week-end with.his sister I
Ii not social service. L
Sweat.
teaching. It rains in the county and predict a the state.county city, or by any Miss Ida '
It Is the gospel. What Is the gos shortage of forage the coming corporation, commission, agency, Miss Juanita Williams spent partof For ,Expert RepairingSmith's
gospel I is a good news the guest
pel? The this week in Starke
subdi-
FOOL'S PARADISE firm, Individual or political
year. LIVING IN A
The good news Is that JeLui Ida Mae
Misses
.
story. Starke. Florida vision of the state of her cousins
Christ died on the cross for our
realizes he la a RAMBLERS DEFEATEDThe Aug. 10, 1934. 3. Upon adoption of this amendment and Hazel Johns.
[ When a man
sins.sinner the gospel la the best news Lake Butler! Ramblers were Editor of the Telegraph, dry counties become wet by Miss Pauline Greene and Miss GaragePhone y
the Gainesville Flyers -|- for Genevieve Saunders J. E. Clemons
h. ever heard, defeated by Dear Sir: majority vote upon application
motored to
..,, e e last week by a score of 7-0. The.local I would like to say a word on an election by one-twentieth of the and Clarence Rhoden
"'! team Is gaining great lossage In the subject of repeal: "The United registered voters ; Starke Sunday. 120
Paul said he wasglad to have latter part of the Suwannee Miss Annie Sweat was visiting
the .- States'III living In a fool's para- 4. Precincts within'' a county )
[the gospel preached, whatever League season. dise.'? With these words Joseph H. shall have no vote an such upon the her, sister Mrs. R. H. Williams
motive of the preach- Wrecker Service Day Night
or
be the afternoon.Mrs.
might Choate, Jr., rendered his report the question of the manufacture and Sunday I +
|er. I thank God for the gospel STEAM HEAT PROJECT O. K. E E, Greene and baby were
last of April as concern....the liquor sale of Intoxicants In their own
whether It Is preached on the A representative for the company traffic." communities. visiting Mrs. A. J. Underhill Saturday

street comer, under a brush arbor, who furnished the equipmentthat Director of the Federal Alcohol Submitted as'a substitute for of last week.,
In a tent In the pulpit or over the was used In the project of Control Administration he points Nineteenth Article, Florida Constitution Mr. and Mrs. John Gllsson have

radio. It Is not where! the gospel equipping Union County High out that at present there Is being by Legislature, of 1933. returned home after spending some- FUNERAL DIRECTORS :
of
Is preached that la the power with a steam heat time In St. Augustine. "
School, here, United States at .
consumed in the Makes It Possible for U. to Render-
I believe In children uur Many Years Experience
and
God unto salvation. was here the last of the Mrs. J. P. Norris
bark wild
system In to
as Man taught dogs ;
much liquor ,
least twice as COURTEOUS SERVICE
credentials and In decency and In week and tried out all of the lines dogs only howl;:but' after association were visiting her sister-in-law, EFFICIENT PROMPT and PRICES : .
preprohtbltlon.days. MODERATE _
order. But God didn't say,if somebody that have been'fnstalledIn" 'the WilD man they learn to bark: Mrs. B. E. 'Greene, Monday. ;r
[ who has credentials preachesthe school building and found them to What a condition faces the rising I. Miss Essie Crawford of Lawteywas DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
It will save people. Hesaid winter generation I Surrounded by friends in this section STARKE. FLORIDA .
gospel be all right for the coming A life of ease Is a difficult pursuit visiting
that it l lithe gospel which does month, for keeping the pupils crime submerged by waves of alcohol .-Cowper. Friday afternoon. .....r.--y.
the business. Tha preacher is human warm by the way of steam heat, and confronted by an atmosphere --
,but the gospel la divine. Men something new to pupils In this of cigarette .rn &e, the ,
may resist a preacher, but they county. youth'of today live In a different
cannot resist the gospel without world trom that of their predeces 7

doing It at the peril of their souls. PRESIDENT .ORDERS RELIEF sors. This trinity of evils, however :" ..u

President Franklin, D. Roosevelt, finds a greater one In the indifference I
INTERESTING TEACHERAT ; In a letter to J. A. Texada rural to the situation manifested
THE MISSION HALL rehabilitation supervisor in Jacksonville by their parents and guard &LdaI 'XLHIGHWAYS

ordered that instant reliefbe ians. I.
A great lesson In a chalk talk given H. W. Folfe Cove, Ark., a The blindness of the vast majority I I
|by Dr. J. J. Johnson of Penney retired 'minister who is In dire Is astounding. They act as If the i

Farms, a former pastor of the need of relief. rum madness of today Is nothing

[Baptist Church of Starke, was de- In a letter from Mr. Texada to .unless everybody is lying on the iJw

livered at the Bible study Tuesday officials namely Clerk S. T. Dow- streets in an intoxicated condition.The .

evening. The subject chosen was ling and Collector Ury G. Sapp, farmer who is too busy to vote

the "Return of Christ," which subject he asked for the full descriptions, may soon find the milk bottle -L

the Christian's "Blessed back taxes and liens If any, on eclipsed by the, beer bottle, the
Hope," Is Inexhaustable, and la always the land which belongs to the dairy and the granary ruled by the r Yr1'
listened to with rapt attention The church members M
[ Wolfe here In Union County near brewery.
by Bible students, and even Johnstown, which he purchasedfrom who coUld not be stirred over the r
[those who are uninformed, from a John P. Coffin some few jeopardy of the flock and especially R Roads to
-c72-e-
Bible standpoint can" see much In years ago. All'of the Information of the,, young; may soon be .
the dally newspapers to ponderwhen has been forwarded to the super- greatly stirred over a drunken son

viewed from a prophetic visor at Jacksonville and It Is or a worse than drunken daughter.

standpoint. hoped that the proper steps can i Distilleries, even If legalized, are L
Dr. Johnson was accompanied by be taken towards helping this' to be dreaded. The Century of PROSPERITY<; '

Mrs. Johnson and a visiting minister aged couple. Progress boasts 'of its electrical i _
Dr. Sceace.' buildings and displays Its transportation .
There will be another Interestingstudy GERTRUDE STEWART building but It has no ,
next week-watch for an- We never l
were conducted distillery on display,
services
Funeral
nouncement of teacher and subject. Wednesday afternoon for, Gertrude, hear of a missionary's taking a ten thousand milea of highways provide the ( ,

Stewart, 15: who died at the home brewery or a distillery with him f FLORIDA'S of transportation and communication which "
.
REVIVAL CONTINUES S. C. to aid In converting the heathen. l'
Mrs. :
of her grandmother before ,
The West enable this State to triple its population
revival In the tent on afternoon after a The liquor traffic fills our jails our should

[Call street Is growing In Interest brief Crabb illness.Tuesday She Is survived by hospitals and our Insane asylums ', 1950. Just a* the railroads helped develop the West, the .

pastor and attendance.of the Gospel Bob.Tabernacle Evans the In her parents, one brother and her. but never puts one Into the church: < highways of Florida will feed a stream of population to, .
School.
: Interment Sabbath
Mrs. Crabb or
Melrose has been holding the servo grandmother fu one of Florida's 58,666 square miles-if,the proper
was in the Dekle Cemetery Very truly yours, every J
ices. Mr. Evans has been dealing officiated..) PATTEE. I ,' this is by her own citizens. -
'With sub- Rev. J. E. McKinley F. J. i impetus to movement .given
some "up-to-the-minute" i''t.rr
BpcU] on prophecy and world condlUons. Penney Florida. r rPaved highways-6,350 mile. of them-connect Flor R

have!. been Special featured.musical Mrs.numbers' Black Thomas PERSONALSMrs. Dekle baa returned Aug.. 10, 1934. u ida's 67 county seats and every important city in the state n,

from Lake Swan tang "LIft Him here after a pleasant two weeks' Mr. E. L. Florida.Matthews, j. supplemented by secondary roads extending to farming, ;

| p." which was enjoyed. The chil- visit in Lake City Dear Starke Sir:' grove and livestock sections providing market outlet
Mrs Dale confused to of .
as are
Many people are for Florida'. 35,000,000 acre "
songs. Miss Eunice Perkins Calif. has been a recent .
,
Angeles of the
and
change
status
baa been playing some very fine guest of her cousin Mils Katherine present prohibition law.' If you could Insert Thirty,.e.... ago, a motor tour of this peninsula was ;

variations are for the offertory. These Epperson- the following comparison, our almost impossible. .-. in 1917 there were about a thousand

|"ad everyone Interdenominational Is Invited. meetings Miss. Mary Rltch, who has been committee will deeply appreciate s' TIle .u 7held.. cmile.. of improved road. ten year ago construction of

the guest of relatives here duringthe the courtesy. wow-N..rw.e well under
a .. Florida splendid state highway system was
I summer vacation will spend With best wishes, -
Effective MAIL July SCHEDULE 15, 1934: week in Starke with relatives before C. C. FRENCH" t :. way. Today, nine main' highway connect' the interstate

I South. BoundEn returning' to her home faMoult.rl. Chairman Men's Committee. .. ::....u.,..: .Iseea. III network to the North such great project a* the

|INo- Closes Malt Miss .Viola, Ga. Davis, with relatives FLORIDA AT THE FORKS ::.=: ; Tamiami Trail, Candy Bridge, Old Spanish. Trail .across 4S+

I "-Parcel Post- ,,:18:30: A.M. are guests of friends In Blloxl, Article XIX Constitution State of ._- ....."1..'.... North Florida, highway along the north, shore of Lake .

POT Letters, Spec: < Del-8:40: A.DL Miss., for,, some time., She Is the Florida manufacture, sale, =.. := Okeechobee: and various cross-state route are completed.Highway .
: The
and Mrs. J. Sec. 1 .
I-Letters. PcL Post.. _:00P.M. granddaughter of Mr alcoholicor e p U" serve'such In .the ?
barter or exchange of all I :: = will proved' u.tde.ja..
I North Bound W. Townsend.Mrs. anti beverages ,, Ww .. '
I "- tters, Pet Post2:30P.: M.14Letters R- B. McKInley and small Intoxicating liquors vinous !.. DM nrauMr 81 sugar, lumber, tung oil, phosphate, paper, naval stores,

l Spec: DeL3:40: P.M.I son have returned to their home whether spirituous forever drive wot be mm4* U furniture and canning 'industries .' and the, 'million
malt, are hereby prohibited -o ,
J-Letters __6:00 PolL visit. with friendsIn or I nib* Uk* MBMT* *frtl
Pel. Poet .
:
after a few days ''
in the State of Florida except their will demand. But must
was"
.lurL development we
Starke and Bell.-_9:50:: A. M.LA Lake Wlnott. ,- : 5.rr employes ,

),{ra.. R. S. Johns was the guest or mechanical alcohol for purposes medical and scientific wine ** w bee.ttvbhM.. sad K posu..i. 4 tW-:. start this development ourselves, bring visitor hi increasing

nut of a sophomore Peter G.arneI' of her mother,,Mrs.' W. H. Green, for sacramental purposes; the sale ._. .. -Ie -::: number expand our market., increase oar' population.
Unl-
Bj against Long Island In Starke Monday. of which alcohol and wine for the titf *tr *tIn : be done with UDi&ed.lUte .
This a / advertising
can r
trBlty for S2S.OOO. on.the groundPut sage et+MI> <'e l program
two The many friends of Dr. Seeber purposes aforesaid shall be regulated ,,. the world what Florida has ogee x'
years on the campus were will be glad to note that he ,. by law.Adopted telling to presenting'the : '
King
f "total io s- In they '
urts of Broofclyn.I was. filed Is out again after a brief Illness, at general election 1918. .' + IA fact.. *' publicizing oar attraction. *. ,. F1H :

Howard Sutton Grady and Zen- Effective January 1. 1.19.L. r One big, unified effort will do the work ef a hundred;, /o.,

About 30,000 acres of tung trees, us Hyannis, Harold Printer and Pro Wiper A.Me statewide "
out Immediately j ... eattered 'in.effective.adveetising: campaign Let* go, to, 'r" M
,
a pleasant "
enjoyed ,
wnlch Tom Townsend ,? .. "I''
Jfom valuable oil is i exr '
.
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>, );,.,'wotk JfOW;I r. ALJ.I'URU' AI.: .r...ro" '"iat .\U' :ae '..,, : ';Ib' rb' }<:; i"rf." .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY.AUGUST }7. 1934,

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,' Bradford County Telegraph Maybe You've TOO ,LATE I ODD---BUT TRUE --

l I J

Established 1877, ...- Heard It But [ TO S CLASSIFY
:
Published i V kiyn Fridays and Entered as Second Class nr } KAYs.eretsry .
Feerid. Pr.". A....
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida
All candidates In the June primary -

E. L. Matthews :' ___M_ __.__.Editor and Owner ; whether elected or defeated DAYTONA BEACH-And now +
.tUS tioLi ttaa
are bring invited to be guests of I the mullet fishermen have gone on 'J .
,
_
i
--------- -r '---- Mre. Hortense K. Wells, Democ- strike. Well I should worry, I can 'C i LATE GOVERNOR

1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE ratic national committeewoman, at .Use fiddlers or pin-fish for bait. / I or CAL 1"ORtt1A, 1

.Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 7 Payable: in Advance Fisherman's Paradise for a "fellowsWp" But It just goes to show how P\'t OH lt '

Advertising Rates on Application flub fry. cock-eyed the world la getting. I -'\$ ,\ ,.,

.. .. "This' not In any sense a po- always thought it was the fish that PAIR Of
>
c, e- litical meeting" Mrs. Wells stated were supposed to do the striking -I i

Vacation days are numbered. "but a Democratic get-together-* I so a case of fishermen striking SHOESWORM"

o having a good time and forgettingany :ought to be news like a dog bitln' U't 'tu.A.
differences that may have a man. -

Have you read the seven amendments yet? arisen during, the primaries., ,, ''Speakln' of strikes, there are .Rt "p\t '

o I two or three other groups that .90458 M.V.W.UFC
f For NOW THE BATTLE'S OVER 'could walk out without caualn' me
Headline: "Son, 62 Beats Up Father, 84. not (Suggested opening song for a any loss of sleep or breaking my I A\

aY; eating his spinach? "fellowship", fish fry. To be sungto heart
the tune of '"Just Before the
o Any time the Amalgamated
fl Battle, Mother.)
k All quiet on the city election front-no political announcements Guava Pickers or the American

to date Now the battle's overt brother Federation of Spinach Pullers takeIt ,......
We can meet as man to man. into their heads to lay down
o --- Only one could be the winner, I their baskets an4 start ptcketin' / I

?- Those strikers had better go back to work so they can And the other "also ran." the fields, It'll'" 'be, Okey Dokey
'
get off on Labor. Day, Though you called me thief and liar with me. F ,"
We have certainly had our share
It all In fun
0i. was only
( of strikes In this country for the
The depression will be over when vacations with pay If I'd been In your position past few months. Some folks seem
That Is just what I'd have done.
come back Into fashion' terribly upset about It. They want
Won't you meet the wife and kiddies you to believe that it is only the
0Y
,7 ? beginning and predict all sorts of
Latest answer to the question "Papa what is an optimist !- Jack and Jim and Jane and Sue., disasters 11teuEAR1E

?": A Republican. They tell me that I was elected However! they overlook the fact
'
o Cause I have one more than you. that we've been atagla a first class ONLY I ,
a wrestlln' bout with old Depression SEVtN
It's :flood nevfs to learn that the State Farm Road will Though you said my dear old Daddy and came so near man bavin 1 1 ;,
tdlCMA.TMATAKi .
Married Ma to hide her shame
be kept in better condition. our shoulders pinned to the mat
I know epileptic MA41CVKN
your family's that It wasn't even funny. M\11 JAKET TOKTtft.Or DENlafenKS.C
-j| 1) 1r., .. ,
So you're really not to blame. CAN PLAYORM : t
WIT HtR'bouovE1 mMBIMMIC NsilstleCNUit7't
"It to advertise;said the young girl as she donned While the Republicans were ref. -= 1i
i pays Come,' let'a all Join hands together; ereeln the match anything went. wtia pttso aw4eT tt'I

,her one-piece bathing suit No one knows how they will vote Hair pullln', eye gougin'. chokln',

0 ,. 8,6. .let me pass the. fried fish, klckin' in the shin, or what have Much the same thing happened peculiar form of anemia-caused, QUEEN: MOVES OFFICE

i The government's latest financial tactics leave us cold brother you until the melee got so blamedrou&h here in Sanford the other day to'a :doctors believe, by the ,rigid steel Congressman R. A. Green this
(I hope a bone sticks in your the combatants knocked the negro, with less happy resulta>The 'and whalebone corsets that used to week moved into the office adjoining .
a
because we didn't have any silver either. throat,) referee clean out'of the ring and negro had gone for,some gasoline 'be laced so tightly. With saner the one' that he has occupiedfor

'+ 0t put in a new one named Roosevelt. with a can. Carrying It home some corseting, this malady also has just the past,few wee.ks.- The new

t Latest reports say that blondes are disappearing and lots 3 I STRIKES AND HE'S OUT He saw.we weren't gettln any of the gasoline sloshed over and about vanished. office has been redecorated inside

n of fellows wish they knew where to. The operator of a local residential place the way we were gcln', so he saturated his pants' leg. Home, he We often talk about the diseases and some'slight enlargements tuv
hospital tells the following cracked down on us and said here '
did not stop to change his pants, such aa smallpox and yellow fever been made onto the rear of the
o story: ,after we gotta play the game ac- but sat down at once to smoke his :which ,are conquered by medical building.

{i ''What would paragraphers do if it weren't for Huey Long, Happening to be In the house at cordln' to the ,rules. pipe. As he struck a match on the :t eteD :e. These lesser' ailments,

Hitler General Johnson and nudist colonies? ., the same time were a patient, who That put old man Depression ata floor a spark landed on the:[gasoline 'yielding less dramatically to medi- AGENT ON VACATIONH.
t" was recuperating after his second disadvantage and we've had him covered leg of his pants, and cal common sense are also worth a ., L. (Speed) Harvey expreu
Sw 0f stroke of paralysis, and a youthful ,on the defensive'mQllt of the time at once he was enveloped In flames. thought. New Smyrna Dally agent here baa gone on his vacation

f Politicians' promises and,the promises of voters to vote visitora, small'boy who was Hince. These strikes we're havin', A hunter in Miami was sitting in I News. which will be' spent In Tallahassee
an arden,baseball fan.: while discomfortln' and annoyln', his backyard with- his shotgun and points In South Carolina
certain would about balance each other. --I-
a, way, I are at the' same time an indication his His favorite Mr. Harvey expects to be t
One nlgnt just before the little across lap. dog WHY DO YOU LOVE YOUR *
o boy hopped Into bed, his mother that we're makin' headway spied him and rushed to greet him. DOG' gone about two weeks, and while
People who waste their time looking for buried treasurearen't suggested that It.wquld be nice If We've bad several depressions In Jumping up on his master! with his away his place will be filled by C

apt to find any either below or above ground. he prayed top the recovery of the this If country take in the years gone by and forepaws one of them suddenly BecauseHe E. Tribble, of Lake City.
suffering patient.' The lad, was you'll trouble to go caught In the trigger of the gun doesn't talk back to BRIDGE
; 0- tired and sleepy from seeing a back and check the records: you'llfind and discharged it. The load penetrated He thinks whatever you.do Is all BENEFIT PARTY
t It's trick if convince that washing that In every Instance. after you The Woman'a Club of Starke
a good you can Johnny baseball game that afternoon, the master's cheat. He Is right.,
; behind his ears- Is part of the town's clean-up program. thought It over and decided that we had turned the corner and were now In the hospital. In ''a critical You don't have to make will give benefit. bridge party
; welt on our way- back to normal, companyfor Friday night.; August 24, at 8:19:
he could spare a minute to speak :conditionsIn him..
0 our pathway was all cluttered with I I. o'clock. Rook bunco and other
a 'good word for the fellow, who Orlando a man was taking a He eata.wh t ia set before him .
This is Safety Month, so don't break, your neck getting he heard them say, had alreadyhad strikes and turmoil./ I comfortable bath in a warm tub of and asks no questions.He games besides bridge. will be played
It Is It Is said. Tickets will be on
naturaliiaa black and
to that place you aren't {in such a hurry to reach after all. two strokes. At the end of blue spot as after a bump! a,, ugly looking I water. A gas water heater nearby I I will follow you to the end 'of sale the first of the week,
of "blesses' he added,
a long string had been burning but the flame unexpectedly the earth.
o "And please God, don't let Mr.- yes but to be expected. We're went out. In a few minutes He never sulks when mis- Papeete/capita of Tahiti, meant
you
'School teachers {in Pittsburg Kansas have declined I'olnl'broulh a readjustment period -
a have the third strike. the bathroom was filled with treat him. "basket of water! because of Its
.
..but we'll of It
out
l raise in pay. The heat must be something terrible out there. all right now and find come deadly / me.. Members of his He tfles to please you. palm tree fringes.
sunny days '.
Now Dr. C. D.
comes Hopkins family happened upon him and car- You -
o ahead. have no rival |In his affections -
of Tampa, telling; us that when a 'I.ried him out just in time to save -his love Is Every In'the Union supplies
all
Considering the present troubled state of Europe it firm Here in Florida.,we have less to yours.
mosquito bites Just get a gripon his life. He respects moods.. materials used in the automotive

"; shouldn't be very hard to persuade tourists to see America the arm of your chair and let It other worry sections about than Nature folks has have indeed in So after all, it Is an exciting life, He never tells your you hla troubles: Industry. ,
bite. According to the Doctor One does not have to be a Chicago
He
first. when amosquito, bites It Injects been kind to us. When we compare never pries Into your secrete .NOt'ICE 01<' ELECI10-:;
gangster or a European soldier, to
He is polite and thanks with
.our few troubles with those you
0 Into the.body which acts as
poison experience all the thrills the I.
most his tall for kind word I W. E. Middleton, of
of sister states we quickly realize every you ; mayor
a "blood clotter" and allows the Insect -
Herald observes ,that adventurous
The Winterhaven an automobile I soul could wish He
give him. virtue of the
what a blessing i&fa to be a Flor- Starke Florida, by
It
to draw its fill of blood. .
;p is like a'man-it can't do much climbing after it begins to the mosquito Is killed orFhaeed', "': Idlan. may find ,almost as much excite- i He will fight for you. authority vested in me by the law,
ment at home as on the battlefront.
knock away In the act of feeding 'the I The coming winter promises to .Sanford Herald. ,I, He misses you when you' are do hereby call an election to be
poison remains in the skin, but if I be a mighty gooO-ona for Florida ) "away held at the city hall In the aforesaid
g} o the Insect bites and escapes- it indications point to a whale of II He rejoices when you return., town. by the qualified voters
The Tribune thinks that be OUR SANER AGE, He ia faithful 11 1934:
Tdmpa war might avoided draws the greater part of. the poison tourist season,Business generally unto death. on Tuesday September ,

''in Europe 'unl ss Mussolini makes a muss and Hitler. out to use again.Theoretically is on tbe up-grade. Our fruit Because of changes in national He does what you 'tell him with for the purpose of electing the fallowing
1 that' Is all very and vegetables will find a splendid out i nowlng why., officers:
makes a hit. dietary habits, the famous old mal!
He Is
IS? nice and logical. However In this market with out marketing arrangements jealous of the attentionyou One mayor;
'
ady gout, has almost from ..
-- o passed show other, Three aldermen
i time of strain and stress when so In better shape than dogs. ;
for the picture in America today. I He trusts you to the uttermost. One clerk, treasurer, tax aisessor -
The governor of Georgia says the folks there willhave many folks bavn't had a square many years. Dr R. C. Williams
shouldn't since grandma Invited them W. can 'Well afford to heed ourOovernors i assistant Burgeon .,with a faith that Is wonderful and tax collector.
to choose between him and Roosevelt. That bet meal general of the U. S. Public blind Inexplicable
out for Christmas dinner, it seems : call to set aside this -Selected. One marshal.
7, hard for anyone to decide. !io kind of Ironical that they should : week as a week of prayer for other Health Service' points out that In Inspectors of said election: R. A-

.. sit idly by on an empty stomach states beset With strife and difficulties the common gay 90s disease.gout was People an extremely ate rich- SAFE .AND SOUND Newsome,. William Agin. Vincent

Now know why they call them "dog days" Because i and let the lowly mosquito drink and a week of thanksgiving foods Alvarez.
we : Its fill for the blessings that are ours. without regard to the Deeds Stop and let the train go by, In testimony whereof, I hereunto
e'4 you're dog tired; your dogs hurt; and you go around .- e of their sy.tem-and they paid the It hardly takes a minute. subscribe my name and cause the

with your tongue hanging out. ,I' A Jacksonville department store penalty. Today with saner eating Your car, starts off again Intact seal of the said town to be herounto .
habits in vogue gout is very rare.It And better 8th day of
advertises "Boys' All Woo Bath still-you're In it. affixed this the
t o ing Suit." Well, a bathing suit la the same with dyspepsia, Boston Transcript.. August A. D. 1934.
4 .After working us all up into a state of nervous excite-. might be all right to practice on I From Other Pens another form of retribution for the -- W E...MIDDLETON Wayof-!

ment, the youth who was tocross the Atlantic in a 'ten-foot but we wouldn't care for It as a man who gorged himself year aft' Deep River,Is, one of the shallowest Attest-
"r er year,'on over-rich foods. of North Carolina's major CARL JOHN City Clerk.
rJfk boat had to turn around and ,come back. steady thing. -- THIS EXCITING LIFE'l Women, used to suffer from aBwia streams. 8-10,5t,9-T: ,

o THE STA Y'T1l0)IE80me

The Gainesville Evening News comes right out and says folks like to climb the Alps l Strange accidents, dally take

tZ "Nertz to the Nazis'I" It is to be observed, however, that the Some prefer those London toga -their toll of lives .. [>1'10 MORE KINGDOMS FOR A HORSE |
Others travel in the East, Miss Louise Brecklnridge seven-
Nazis are comfortable thousand "or BO miles away. But I stay home and slop the hogs. 'teen-year-old 'daughter of Col.

p o i Henry Brecklnrldge.."attorney for

Government inspection of strawberry packing would rej-' The -editor of a poultry journal : Col. Charles A. Lindbergh took her .. ,
received a letter from ,a woman :,.22 rifle from her gun rack, as she
cult in better prices for the honest grower better fruit for reader. It read: ")low l long should :had often done before, started for

the consumer and better feeling all the. way 'round.. > hen remain on the eggs T" The edi- i a rifle range In a wooded lot not

V9-'4 pTh3rb's tor replied: "Three weeks for I far from her home Tripping over
chickens and four weeks for I a low fence' on the way .the rifle
one thing about all those prospective gubernatorial ducks Three weeks passed and :was accidentally discharged and

{ hats being thrown into the ring-it's nice to know that the editor again received a;'letter :the bullet penetrated her heart. .@jb I ". rrNa i iI

there are still that many people who have hats left. Crom the reader. "'Thankyacrery I'"'In a'New' York Infants' hospital
1s,' much for your kind advice," It i" 'traIDed nurse". 'was giving' an
0 read. "The hen remained on the eighteen montha'-old baby Its bath.
An exchange thinks that.itwould be cruel if they christ eggs, for three week ;'- arid -there I She turned on the warm water felt

ened a baby by breaking a bottle of champaign over its beadlike were no chickens hatched; and, as 1 of it aa it flowed into the tub, and, I
\ did not care for ducks, t took heir! satisfied*that..It was not too hot, i
t; they do when! christening: a ship.. We also think it would oft the neat and sold the ..."-'- i she ,placed\.the baby, In the tub.

be cruel if they gave a ship some of the names that they Inflict'upon' Selected. I Leaving the water running, she -
turned to another cable :
I babies. away
: .
o Accused of motor 'car theft, where she busied),herself; with some L
Reginald Barko> of Michigan City, other"'things.' But, the water sud-
''The Fort Meade Leader,quotes. an exchange as follows; Ind.. squeezed his way through a 'denly became hotter. Before the

"It fa interesting.:to note the home town boy, whom ,no one stove pipe bole in .,that, Harrison. nurse could responds the baby's
County jail, at .B.Wany.'Mu... and screams It had ,been so' badly _
to amount.to often leaves
gives credit as ever going anything,
escaped. '" scalded that It later died. EI EIli
home and i proceeds go at once'to the top. Just a hint that :. In Homestead ft. woman drove to

the'appraisal of,values by the old home town !often does not Absolute zero the point where i town with a milk bottle to get The
heat ceases to exist la 373 degrees 'some gasoline:'"On the way home motor ear,' aaant ousted the Bono completely mta mil!
to much. The reason for this is that too often its
p.. amount below freezing point on a Centigrade the milk bottle: without any top i a horse these .
days OWE'
bases its appraisal oh, who a boyis,rather than what; he is. thermometer.. 'and on the floor of the car turned : of a future! basal waa (&!of n'm'Dew motor car registrations In, ::1910','cltY""realdentB

The old hometown' still Is prone to.make the mistake that j' ,:. over and the gasoline poured out. For during the put twelve years I OOO between approximately 1010 and 24,000 3,470.000 tomes and mules. TJItI'

the'bankeY's" daughter is iri anywise'superior' to the blacksmith's The accepted standard of timemeasssr'ement I It dripped through the floor on to the number of motor cars has been same time there'waa 1933.'' lose at the gradually w.-*'replaced by *-
a
.la the period of. theeuth' I the.exhaust pipe and almost instantly steadily Increasing-and the a1lout'T.OOOooo of reptr8;:
number draft vehicle: but by 1930 city
old home town fools itself these animals
PiR t1; : daughter. The on rotation on its axis.' the whole ear was In of horses has been steadily decreasing A tots23,4SeM00..sbowing

:things, but the outside world, which doesn't know any differ- C ..f. .. I au.-'4 "friend ta need- dragged : both m the city and. 'on, Agriculture surrey by reveals the Department the tr of ttooa j of c;ara and that trucks ts.
A man of' integrity i will never the, woman from tbe burning car the farm. men. .. J5Z;
bases Its appraisal on true worth and what the individual dons stimulus that the automobile tiled by
aHent
listen to any reason against con Just ta time to save be*from man Figures vehicle wan being
compiled by a prominent .has '
1. tbn theoretical' worth and who be""is "' < .'' [ gtren America's hod'( t
who .
per..artau.7 000
k science. >"V' ;psoM' ,: ,
....' ,' .' ." I. ',t;"' ,, "I' ":.J1'1.if"'Y'( '-J'i-. ., aertam -, .*.,?a9attrl. .Desiwi "Ktttl( rreal that whU then ., ,. -'
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