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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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{ t tor Farmers Get' t Pay' NEWS IN STARKE TEN 1"EARSAGO'" I Haul City Cleaning Its County t Accepts '
Liquor
ff s 'WAS. ALMOST.AS SCARCE.AS TODAY Big And 'Wants You



City Electionade From GovernmentFor do jFor; .and lack In :view of' an of thtn'g the'dearth conservation of masonry,. bird' study' ,campingand Made This Week Chief of Police To A Clean L.' Alvare Your* has Bond Company's' pi' n"I;

this O. II.: Bennett and Silas Kite. .
news week, let's look back
Corn And and see what was happening ten\ were campaigning for the; office of announced that next week will be Plan l'
Council Police
By Hogs years ago today: city marshal. By Night 'requesting clean-up week that and property he Is urgently owners Refunding '

T. N. Llmbaugh was recovering
n
Only a short distance'remained make an extra effort to put their
nail in ,
from sticking'a his foot. -
For Clerk -Three Check For More Than (8,000 road to be hard-surfaced before the Comer L. Peek was a candidate Drivers of Truck Carrying 433 vacant lots or the grounds surrounding Will Result In Net Raise of About t'I'
would be
OppoHltlon Candidate Foe Seats Received For DistributionLast opened between far mayor. Gallon of "Shine" Lodged their homes in a presentable One And Three-Quarters' ,
!yew Starke and Lawtey.J. I condition.
Week Miss In Jail Mills lP
On Council Mrs J. E. Corpenlng ,
M. Alvarez was selling' 450- Madge Middleton and Miss Ethel '-- .. The city Is at present having the -

before the books closed Bradford County farmers last acre farm west of Starke to D I. Griffin were giving ..a surprise The biggest;;htt4 of liquor ever weeds. chopped on !Ita holdings andIt Faced with the choice of Imposing

ut few names were quall- week received 2840.95 aa a partial Ames*for $9,000.J. shower for Miss Audrey Johns made )Jn tho city was taken early 1 Ie hoped that private owners a sufficient tax levy to take av' Ii ,

esday candidates a In the City Elec. payment under the govern E. Corpenlng was making Workmen were busy repairingand Monday" night when W. E.. Thorn will follow suit. An Inspection of care of $53,000 of defaulted bonds

u time to keep things from ment's crop reduction program. Of preparations to open his new drug repainting the city water ton, night marshal, stopped a /all property within the city llm- or of refunding the entire Issue of w l

n In easy for the Incumbents, this total $724.05 was for corn re- store to the public. tank. south-bound truck loaded with 432 Its will be made next week, Mr. $897,000 outstanding road bonds i

.ai too came out against City duction while $2,116,00'' was paid Owen Griffin had just passedthe And that's all. Everything, considered gallons :oJ:""shlne." Alvarea said,. In an effort to stimulate Bradford County Commissioners at
So one
rk Carl Johns, who Is a candl- for hogs., Boy Scout test In bird study It looks as If news were When Thornton stopped the ,the clean-up move. their Monday meeting selected the y

to succeed himself, but Ma- Last week's checks representedhalf pathfinding and civics. James about as scarce at this time ten truck near'the county Jail on Road latter method ,of settling their

r te W. E. Middleton will' be opposby I of the payment that will' be Williams Brownlee had passed years ago as ItJ 1 1. today.. 13 for the comparatively mild of- bond troubles and accepted'' the refunding

W. C. Manning, a present made for corn, and $2.00 ,on the fense'of running without a tall Lake Butler Joins proposal of John1 Nuveea P

mber of the County school hogs. The remainder of the corn light he became"suspicious' whenhe a: Company, of Chicago

ri. Three new candidates who payment and another dollar on the Residents Warned Funds For Relief smelled liquor and Investigatedsome According to the agreement, the ""b..

nt to put their feet under they hogs will be paid In November The innocent looking soft drink Baseball League bond company, who la to act as the

Council table are W; P. Smith, : final $2 payment for hogs will' be r, barrels\ which were loaded in the refunding agent assumes all expenses -

D. Walnwright, Jr., and Olin made In February. About Mosquitoes back of the truck; and found themto of the program without any '.
White. I !Called Inadequate'State contain "shine There, were financial obligation to this county ,
I Most: of the checks went to Will Start Off Wllh'CS"111t Slut*-- ,
seven sixty-gallon barrels and one In These expanses Include
way.
ballot for the Sep- any
The official farmers In the Starke and Brook- -- starke Still In ''
t
jer 11 election as drawn up by er sections. The largest amountwas Health Official Makes. Survey Of thirty-two gallon container. Lead printing the bonds valida '{

City Council Tuesday night, is for $180, it Is said. Local Breeding Places, Administrator Holds But The night marshal arrested the -- deatals.1'tion proceedings and other' Inci-'r '

follows: Payments made to farmers In Gives AdviceDr. IJttle Hope For New negro driver of the truck who said (By LESTER,SCHNELL)
For Mayor-W. C. Manning, W. this state are expected to total a Projects At This Time his name was Jesse Pines and Just at a time when the Straw- 'The entire Issue of $897,000 Is to r il

Middleton.or million dollars, it has been estimated H. W. Morgan, of the State gave his address as Gainesville. berries had gained recognition the be set up for a period of ten years ,

alderman, two years, three Board of Health was In Starke Hampered, by what. Administrator His companion also a negro, gave undisputed rulers 'of the North i during which time, no bonds are to

be elected-P. M.' Barefoot, O. this week conferring, with FERA Julius F;' Stone,, Jr: termed :"to bis!; name as William Jessie but Florida County League word was mature, and during which time aIlnklnl' "

Beasley,T. N. Kendrick W. The latest figures to1' be com- officials about a campaign against tally".inadequate funds" the FlorIda Thornton says he was the same negro pallled.-ltha Ftrnandlna. 'with a fund Is to be provided by d

th, N. Wainwright' .Jr., P'I piled were announced earlier this the fresh water mosquitoes that Emergency ReUef Administration he caught driving a truck record of no.;wins, against ten losses advalorem taxes and other;reve-,

White. week and call for' benefit pay- are said to carry dengue lever, this week curtailed its activities through here several months ago has withdrawn from the league nu... The sinking,*t fund Is 'to be
tax assessortax I ments of $329,600 to 1,800 Florida sharply to atay'Wlthln Its "his- loaded of the of purchasing
or clerk, treasurer, germs. with 100 gallons liquor.The : Unwilling to'' to anythingbut used for purpose ,
col1ector-- arl Johns. I hog producers for cutting production torical and legal responsibilities." negro at that time' gave hls agree any bonds offered for sale at the ,4
These mosquitoes hatch a clean slate, Lake Butler of
L. Alvarei. 25 per cent., very Stone said the care of "chronic Ed 'the submitted holders. #
or marshal-A ,rapidly, Dr. Morgan said, and name as Johnson, night the recently closed Suwannee Rlv. lowest price by
Beautified Tobacco farmers are not Indlgents" aneS. inemployables": bonds to tak.e
Wants City I only marshal said. All refunding are
be fill In the
might found breeding, in pot er League, has agreed to
Frank appeared before getting twice as much for .their would be left to local political sub the tame serial place In the Issue
brey Men from Gainesville Bucnosedly i
plants and vases of flowers that '' gap, left by the Fishers, starting
'H
at this meeting anded crop as they, received last sea divisions. defined- "unemnlov. : which was held by the original
council are left standing for several days. ;; owners of the truck have been all over 'with a new six game '
that a project be consider- !. son, but they have received $135- No definite project has yet been able" as -including 'any able-bodied dickering with city officials for release schedule to decide the second half, bond being replaced. In this way y

for the beautification of the ap- 077 for renting land. to the AAA drawn up, it was said at administration person.'who would.not accept full of ;the truck and the negrodrivers. Each team-ls to meet the remain no bond holder loses his relative jt,
and the hlghm I and len or part) time work when it was offered transaction;
to Starke producing fa the
iches I offices here, but people are They were told that,this Inc three twice during the cam- position
through the city. Mr. prink In the 1934 cotton reduction urged destroy all tin cans and at the prevaplpwa&e\ would be don. upon payment of paign. This !move la other words, The program rests'on the approval rd{

ted that It was likely that nec- campaign 6.516 farmers In twenty- other articles which will hold wa- General relief funds no longer $200 fine which payment has not completely discards the old standings of seventy-five per cent of the +.

ry labor would be furnished : three' northern Florida counties ter following i rains. Cisterns'and will be used to finish uncompletedCivil been made to date. .whlcb tound ,.Starke leadingby bond holders, and' should It fail, iy

the FERA and that he believed signed contracts and rented more other water receptacles should Works Administration projects The liquor and truck have 'been a half game'margin over Day the county is not obligated for any

t trees and shrubbery could be than 43.000 acres to the govern either be screened to prevent the he added. stored In the 'City Hall garage light,, after winning last .Thurs ...sty of the cost expended by the' rr

lined without any coat,except and : ment. They have received a total of mosquito front reaching the water In view of what the Administrator where .a special guard watches day' gamescheduled with .Fer- refunding. agents '

labor of taking'them'up $291,823 In benefit, payment*. The or the surface of the water shouldbe described as "a strong ,possi over them night and day, The nandina by forfeit. This, marked It has been .estimated that;the''

ring theme i 1933 cotton plow 'tip drive'' netted given a coating of oil. bility" of the Federal 1 Government "shine" will not be' poured out.until the eighth successive win for the refunding program will require aa

council members told Mr. Florida farmers an additional ..These measures would be in line Inaugurating another large scale the case.Is disposed of. Berries against one loss. additional four mill tax levy, but,

ok that If he would draw up a, 239600., with similar efforts throughout the employment, program this ,winter "Thornton believes that the owner The locals went over to Ralford since the state and county' levies

leave plan of the beautificationgram . state following advice from state the engineering department was of the truck was' driving a short Saturday ,afternoon to meet. -Ul* have been reduced*the net Increase
and present It at the pextlar health authorities after 'the outbreak instructed not toj-turn; down any will amount to approximately only
TO COLLECT LIQUOR"TAXJACKSONVILLEFederal : distance behind on the night that Stat Prison Farm la an exhibitiongamewhicb'they
meeting the matter would. government of dengue fever In the Miami projects proposed,' but' to mark. 'the record haul was' made. He saysthat 'lost by an 11.8 one and one three-quarter-mills.:
taken up an*decided upon. area. It Is said that the fever them "approval deterred If the county had been forced to ; ,
seeks to collect an excise germIs when he' halted the truck a count. This game which was arranged y

tax of $1,000 from liquor dealersin carried by only the fresh-water From the, list of projects suggested passenger car'pulled up a short distance for the purpose of keepingthe levy. mlllage sufficient 'to take''

Florida and other "so-called dry mosquito after contact with the Stone said. those In line behind and a white man got boys In better condition was' care of Its defaulted.bonds, the Increase ,

Ian To Beautify states," dengue patient. with the expected employmentdrive out;, The night marshal says the played by a pickup team more or would have b n'about tea '

,When national prohibition was would be pushed. I unidentified man uttered a, long less, consisting mainly of substitutes mills, A. J. Thomas, clerk, of the ,

repealed. In many dry states in- SPEAKER OF HOUSE Stone said no project would be string.of profanity ending up with, :, "Buster" Redgrave twirl circuit court believes., ,

ounds This Fall cluding Florida, dealers paid a $25 DIES IN MISSOURI approved unless assuranceswere. "two. thousand dollars shot I to ed for the Starke nine. The score Aside from the slight\ Increase to'

federal stamp tax.. Henry T. Rainey of Carrollton, given by the city qr ''county In hem"" might have been dangerously closeto take care of the Interest and sinking ,

,An Interpretation of the revenue 111., speaker of the,national house which it Is.located that It would a tie.' had It not been! for a dis- fund, the, refunding programIs

U Horticulturist: Offers' Serv- act of 1926 made public here by of representatives, died Sunday be ':,'completed should Government! puted and questionable decision not costing the, taxpayer .anything

lrr. Free To These Who investigators attached to the alcohol night at a hospital in St. Louis, funds be, cut; off. SZt ans For Market rendered to the locals by the um- County ComlllllIlonersitate.'

Would Landscape Yards ,tax unit provides that retail where he had been taken for treatment pire, who was as'bard-boiled as'a The refunding agents are' to pay.
for bronchial pneumonia. He STATE GAS CONSUMPTI from the saving realised''
and wholesale dealers 'In liquor, fifty-minute eggs expenses
ouldn't you like to have an at- must'pay a special annual excise would have been seventy-four' SHOWS SEASONAL! SLUMP Receive ''Set-Back Stark* At Daylights by the county la purchasing the

drive yard .Thls'does not as tax of $1,000 Imposed on those vio- years 'of age .Monday. He'Is survived Gasoline consumption for' JulyIn Prying the lid off the last half refunding bond below par during "

st t people think;, necessarily lating state or municipal liquor by his widow. Bradford County fell slightly schedule against Daylight Sunday, the next ten yean. It Is Illustrated .-

IUI a considerable expense. In laws. Rainey reached the powerful under the amount used in June, according the Berry nine started another that If the refunding bonds are

1,, it Is entirely possible to have < post of speaker of the national I too flgur.. released by the No'FecI..1 Funds T* Bf Used For march toward the pennant by purchased for 2c ,on the dollar

beautiful yard with' but a few house of representatives after aer State Department i .. &'1'lcultur.' 1 This.Purpose. Announce-;, trampling over the Grocers by a of the 48o saved; two cents la paid ti
MARSHALMIAMI
ita actual cash, for flower seeds CHOOSE General GRAND A.H. Standing vice In 14 congresses. He was a. For last month'the bulletin shows meet Say. tt-3 .score: ':The largest crowd' of to1' the refunding agents.and the t'

J some very healthful, outdoor white-haired veteran of 72 when he 67,200 gallons as'' compared with the 'year crammed Into Panama other 46c is realised.\ as, a. saving' ,
commander of the Thirty-first division 67.570 gallons In June ,_ i Th 'local movement to secure
erclse. was' handed the gavel at the startof Park to witness the skirmish WithJoe' to the county.It ,
national guard and one of <''A seasonal of galIons a./community: marketing warehouse .
In March slump ,499,440 that while
his fifteenth term also out
And now Is the, timejto.. begin soldiers .. .. V Sparkman called: over to Pal- Is
the South' most distinguished for with seemed to be at'least, temporarily .
1933. July as compared Pete McKlnley'answered the maturities of the .iMue. are set, yr
( atka
paring your grounds and plantflower will act as grand marshal of June was shown for the state at stalemated with the announcement r
: He started his congressional ten years, any part or all of
,,. Bill Epperson's up
I seeds1' so that your Acting Manager
the mammoth'Amertcan Legion pa- service In 1903 and thereafter kept large. It was announced that Florida this week that the be called at any' time ifStill
call and took the slab. McKinley them may
'mes may be attractive duringcoming October 23, which
rade In Miami, collected last month totalof Federal Department Agriculture -
e There the twentieth Illinois district in a breezed his out of occasional the county has any available tlndawith ,,4
tourist season. will be an outstanding feature of $1,163,131 the sale of has .DO funds with which to way -
;the democratic column except in on 16- which to pay for them.
themes trouble and but eight hits,
attractive, we can make the National Convention- General the sixty-seventh congress, when 616,157) gallons of gas,' which compares : conotruct such buildings gave up :, .., i ..
of Starke the more tourists member of while fanning as many men, to r
Blanding Is a charter he was a victim of the Harding republican with 1198091.84 collected I Efforts bad been underway for '
'
II 1 He
atop here and of score :.a sensational triumph.
spend money.
the American Legion being one landslide of November on the sale of 17,115,597) gallons' some time to obtain Federal finances 'Is Hand
To those of you who do not knowt two Florida representatives to sign I' 1920. .I''sold In the"state in June- to erect'' warehouses! In various made the Berries look, better and Uneasy
ho wto &about,beautifying the original chapter when the organization the 'Grocers look anything but
of the state. The 1033
part..
ur grounds, I wish to say that It was formed. He served good., ,>le was poisonous a\( times
'I 1 be a pleasure to ma to make as the first department comman- Tells of Wild Goose Chase To Hold_Inquest Legislature authorized: expenditureof and even If he had' been twins.things That Runs .
but
Hestions, along(' this line If you of the legion In Florida. I Ii $60,000 for' such projects couldn't have looked twiceas _
der : Body That Turned Out To Be Alive said the could come''onlyfrom ''
money
Over :
*
"h, without charge 'If 'you will' : bad for Daylight. On the other >
In
Vim- surpluses the general inspection ,
U 1 Ion I I hand Johnny !Buggs! the horsehide "Shiners"-.Seen
me.AIIBRET. FRINK.Mtle CKSONVILLEJntormation MANY SEE EXHIBIT!: I r By H. E. LAGERGREN satisfactory, it. It was,marry;oQ fund. of the State Department hero of the Grocery: staff, decorated Federal Men Almost,, After DaU1'.RHI.llways '

.J About the time of the military a down grade. But a* soon as the Agriculture.. tha mound and gave the
Man What Nouf has been received from officials: of I r debacle., lately'' told In the -Telegraph lake -swamp loomed'' Into'' sight, tn, spltof' *.,this temporary set' Berries no' more trouble than another HereMooahlner.
the' I'Iorida Exhibit at the World'sFair back: the members of the committee -'
another serio-comic Incident dark and forbidding: the motive cup of tea annoys .an old
aging At Ritz 'Tonight; tax Chicago that for three consecutive took place. power became "askeered" at the who have been working to se maid. ,The Berries converted ten la this county as
of the .
last week the number well as In other parts .tat4al'
days 'One afternoon two negro' women somber business ahead, quickly left bureth.local warehouse have of his"tosses Into bits. This,vic-
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and needles
'Little Man-w: ;i Now'atar-' :;? of visitors passing and Florida through hall the told the county :Judge that they the car and vanished I among, the adopted a "never say die" attitudeand tory'puts'' th. Strawberries a full as a probably result of oa the pins war that .U being as- e

( Margaret Sullavaa. the girl. I Florida gardens had found "Doc" lying bo' dald" trees, where the bullets from theenraged will meet, ,this morning to consider came ahead of Daylight In the sec- the ( '
of exceeded waged by .Federal government
Progress ;
at the Century outside of old shack on the far sheriffs gun could not other ways and means of securing oDd balftThe :
o with an .
was .
rocketed to fame In
rush at the FlorIda on the industry .
.The,
' first picture, "Oaly TesterV" 75000.tropical: home has been so great side of Rower lake. "Doc" was a find. themThis < funds. for,.the project' ; ,,Stark scoring began in thethird Florida. Oeor riqugr 'and v, (
I and bad luck '
had drifted here compelled the *
who passengers
recluse
is playing the last time at that attendants have been' Iio when Jimmy Ritch doubled South Carolina. d:
'IMAIUJ
recently TO HELP:
Rita Theatre tonight (Friday). to close the doors at intervals -' had taken up his abode In the hut to do their own cranking, and Hall a newcomer, sent him Hardly a day passes thatqr; ,'of '
compelled "t DC *CIUEW: WORM FIGHT ;
The mentioned where be lived aIoa.,1.ubeilltlnl' but they soon became tired It was ; .
picture produced .&ad... dt- to prevent dangerous. overceowding. ChAdrmaaC.P. of the home OD'a hit. past third. Again the government cars wiUfc,4t( ,u.:
Treadway
berries, fish terrapins decided to leave the trailer behind .
tat on
by Frank Barsage.1ranks In the fourth. HalliJones: doubled. sense plate'' painted over with a ser,
I state the
; road
department pledged
his and '...tore. He brought mad the doctor, the undertaker -
dra- young
tie "Seventh Heaven" la of fish to Starke' occasionally and the lanterns war en. ...- al*>..* NOV. department. to. the stat Redgrave was hit by.a, pitched drab color so that the numbersareonly'visible
depth teaderaes and eaU- a string and Rltch scored' Jones oa"a do**,/Inspection.. ks
ball upon
It has the addIUOal'vslue of TO KEPRESSNT: STATE! bartering it for whiskey.and ed onto the hand car,. .....,:the livestock and sanitary board la thecampaign
I III not la
.In..on. Berriev tallied againIn seen on the highways ,
ea. TALLAHASSEAttoracy: snuff. coffin behind.; It bm4. .bra planned prevent tree spread of
The beat-eeUlag novel ; thla
the fifth but followed vicinity
"> General Cary D. Landls and Chief The ,case demanded aa 'inquestand.the ) to follow the track-as-far.as. cattle acr.WOI'III in Florida Daylight r V
which the picture was made. In the sixth aad seventh to put'ItInto Officials say.that. the. object, of
Florid : RaUroada" officials and
U* with Justice Fred H. Davis of the< Judge the state attorneyaad to the trestle, then to walk down public : 1
present day conditions a 3-8 : the eighth, the war Is to "suppress.. Illicit dlstUtorle -
deadloclc..1D
individuals In thelivestock ,
wilt representthe the back but prlvat engaged
we Supreme Court the discussed the matter. the> canal taaak to ;- "
art emerging f rom th* dewstod. however, the Berries smeared the and proUot.tb, ,.".aue.
the annual sts-tst Industry are also cooperating
state of Florida at .' A physician; was notified and soon the attorney declaredh '
: meeting of the.National. Associa he faithfully, relayed the news to bad had eaoughnof craaking., ( .with sth* stat to prevent- pie with Stacy Unwell rapping oat' ANOTHER TZAOIUR..IG S : i i in'
Douglas taoatgoiaery plays the of Attorney' Generals and of undertaker.'. .Th transportation and commanded th* constable to spread of tloa' the
"Jug role opposite.Miss ,Sullaou. engineers have third. and he scored on an'over Superintendent A. J. Orlffla this
the .American: Bar Association problem was left to Constable walk ahead through the swamp I ; Road department I
week announced that Beas
> she 1 u the true aero of the been throw. Then with two'gone-Al Bryant
la Milwauke 1 instructed toi'bura all car-
"7 In which Will convene Jointly Malley Jones to solve; be went to and show the way to,their destination. \ : ; ley of Vmatwa'' bad been employed -,
her. wife of'the lea'singled: and Johnny Redgrave
role oC
on August. ttttl and last. the section boas and commandeered .. The lantern'were lit ;and.[case** deadvaaUnals/found; to teach la the Bradford
Clerk who to. hold to third double. H County
seat him on a *
struggle for loaf, day.' 'f a band car' (there were no motor a' single' file procession: wan,, arranged along the highways: ; High School new :This. .leaves
Precarious Job fas order to keep r animals later scored oa Suez's wild pitch. year
the Treatment of affected'
also a undertakeraccordtug ; -
those days). by
+ speeders
ther their UtU home i. i .' and- destruction of1 dead aalmalsar Allen mad his debut with, the ODe 'more'place to be filled Mr.
u> trm TO.INVESTIGATE trailer, and for the cranking of to r&Dk-tbe date attorneyfirst Griffis said. aDd If It Is decided to
'
mlng .
to sad
the Bits oa Sunday tile ,the only effective methods of locals a a shortstop althougha '
" '!rAWAHAsSu-.Comptrouer; the car h* hired four stout aegroee. preceded by gutdetheundertaker have aa athletic' coach an'effort Ii
Monday is "Ladles Should LIs- committed two misplays, b re- ?
*
eradication, said Dr. J. V. Knapp
will to> Ft. Lauderdatottomorrow The "haadcaread started off atuadowa. brought upriih'rear, II .' !
* &II Lee baa said be go will be made to ..pIo, a person
amusing comedy rear 1. deemed himself with a pair of hit
light Investigate Th four county officers logically. preceded by : the .doctor. state,veterinarian who directingCb.campaign '' ;'>j
who fill that well
Cry Grant Frances Drake to four attemptai hutch and Jane can poaftloa'M 41.
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7
afflHaUd witha la the stat "\
.Broward Count> took. seat on the ear, whO No on of them was "V '
Chat a*
Edward Everett Hortoa. This. reports :The Florida 11".tock.1DcIuIIb'7: also blasted.out two each la. four Instructing the' ;commercial,,, ,'f', \\,
doctor and lbeuadetaker school and their language ,
"**y. ,. Commissioners had ordered a rduetkw *- oa th* traltor.v the Sunday *, cla-- ',, :;" > .
intimate atotloa picture toctpuoaany .i seriously affected: by tile trip*. 1 1I "fh ''' .
being
cent. to, die war beftttlagty seated ? wa more lurid than the glow : d .,
for weir. east hUariour and. directad eotaUx**,*'taa fifty sssiesment, pr roHsV. Heat oa a cheap caffta.'surrounded' by from. the lanterns' a. they stumbled screw worm, stated Dr. Knapp who i This is"th i."u.1r1' oascutiv! vfetorjr -I ."A, maa of toety ta i aa long* 'a. ,\1'L I'.

"" nt., to. pore, eata*> 88IcI his trip would be the direction UaUras. 'Aft** getting ,onto th into mud bd.. \. ,th.lrA .. .......11I ,to" the;road' dpjrunntIfor'afctj JKarjMM scored,ovea.DayContinued. Inoaalrsi+.N.la. i a' renltty.'t Gug-'rr' t"','
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if;( BOOTSEY'S UEACH SAXTON the Baptist Church here' Sunday RISING I days visit with her grandmother LAWTEY for the past several weeks return
'F evening Mrs. Viney Mosley at Clay Hill. ed to Ills home here >
Mr.. !? (;mikli. rorre..poi .". .1... W. A. Trlrr, Correspondent Mrs II. M. Mrilnr. Correspondent O. J. Phillip. C..on..t Monday
if S. C. Till of Jacksonville was a Miss
R. G. Ziegler of Gainesville was Ollie Redding of
,',', Robert Crawford spent the weekend Miss Dorothy Swanbom reti\rn- visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. A number of people In this sec i business visitor here Wednesday. The Seaboard Air Line Railwayhas ville was visiting Mrs !S!). jMkl01!
5 Y at Water Oak with Randolph ed last week from a visit In Ft. J. J. Zeigler, last week. tlon attended'; the HomecomingDay E. Prescott and Cecil Hardee a large crew of men busy here over the week-end. D. Peel

ft Chlsm and Cham Ice Yarborough. Myers. at New R'i'ver Church Sunday. made a business trip to Starke laying heavier rails through the Mr.
and
and Mrs. C. A. Youngbloodand Mrs.
Mr. '
,J,I Mrs. J. L. Gasklns was the guest Miss Jean Tyler and Miss Eun- Mr. and Mra. Andrew Oliver and Saturday. Bryant Reddish ,0
city. Jacksonville
',:!l' of Judge and Mrs. J. E. Wain- ice Damon are visiting In Miami. family enjoyed a fish try Wednesday children of Jacksonville spent the visited relative bet
and Mrs. N. T. Green Miss
Lake.J. .Mr. 'The Hall will Sunday.
at Crystal Lawtey City againbe
J, wright Jr., of Lake Butler last Mr. and Mrs. B. Waldon and 'week-end here with Mr and Mrs.
Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sumner spent F. Priest was transacting R. M. Crosby. Oleeta and Miss Ethel Green and occupied by the City Clerk and E. B. Wells was a business
business In Jacksonville last Fri- Harry Green visited here Sunday. Masonic Lodge uy Saturday aftera itor to Jacksonville w
last week I la Lake with relatives
City
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford day. Miss Gwendolyn Buddlngton re- Miss Lois Griffls went to Jack- complete remodeling by CWA Saturday
I J and son, Junior, and Mrs Florence MlBses! Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler turned home Saturday after a twoweeks' sonville Saturday for a visit. and FERA, workers. F. R. Carradlne is confined t I..
Carlisle spent last Friday at Midway Rev': and Mrs. E. S. Hicks spent attended services at the Christian visit with relatives in Jack- Revival Services will be held at his home .recovering from a ton,
the guests of their sister and'I' last week in Odas conducting a re- sonville. operation.
Church in Hampton. the Highland school house begin- BECK-PLUMMEK
Mr. and Mrs. Joe vival meeting.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.
brother-in-law
Roscoe
Mr. and Mrs. F. Fender and We are sorry to report that Miss ning Thursday night at eight Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer Sapp Of w;
O. S. Brows of Double Run ami
Dicks. family have moved to Fort White I Ida Mae Lewis Is very ill and has o'clock and continuing until Satur- announce the marriage of their are visiting relatives lID,
In this section friends here
Dicks returned to his was Sunday. this
'I' Raymond week
where they will make their future been carried back to the Gill Hospital day night. Rev. S. E. Godwin and daughter. Gladys Lucille to Mr.
borne at Midway Friday after O. J. Nelson made a business Miss Beatrice
home in Starke. Rev. J. L. Strickland of Maxvllle Thomas B. Beck of Lawtey.The Miner Is vlsitin,
; spending several weeks here with trip to Lawtey Friday.TIIERESSA. In '
Daytona this
;.'1.. friends and relatives. Miss Hazel Phillips spent Wednesday J. W. Bud ulgton and daughter In charge.F. wedding was solemnized at week.
night with relatives in Miss Ernestine, and Arthur Mc- M. Crews was a visitor to Mrs. V. R. Reddish and
,1; Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder Is spend- the home of Rev. F. W. Sessions Up;
Jacksonville.Miss Rae were to ,Jacksonville James Godwin and
log time here her vlsitprs\ Starke Wednesday. In Jacksonville Friday evening children wen'
some visiting MINK itboilit Z lffl r, CorrmpoHilentMrs. Jane Neal has returned to Saturday. shopping I In' Jacksonville
? (daughter. Mrs. C. E. Crawford. Miss M. E. Ricks and Carson M. August 17. Tuesday
John Sullivan and daughter her home here after a few days I Henry Dunn of Jacksonville
..1 Mr. and Mrs Philip Sullivan and Crlffls were in Starke Tuesday Mrs.'Beck Is a member of Law here Wa,
Miss Hazel Sullivan, of Waldo, visit with relatives in Cocoa. HIGHLAND visiting Monday.
baby, Jean of Jacksonville were and Mrs. James Sullivan and little Miss Mildred Phillips was a visItor R. L. Black of Gainesville wasa tey Junior High, School faculty.Mr. .
4/0" visiting her mother Mrs. Jean HI., r. ('rnN. Correspondent visitor here Tuesday. Beck is employed with F, R. -
daughter Mary, of Tampa were to Starke Saturday.Mr
.Mr j! Caskins and family' Thursday visiting Mrs./:! John Sullivan's brother \ and Mrs. John Hall of Carson M. Griffls was a visitorto Cecil Hardee and Albert Norman Carradina of Lawtey. 666
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; night. visitors here Fri Starke visited in Starke
and Hlster-ln-law Mr. and Mrs.J. I Hampton were Wednesday. Monday. VS.
Miss Mary Gaaklns returned J. Zelgler Friday afternoon. I day. Mr and Mrs. L. J.. Norman and Miss Pearl McEachern of Fargo,
'jj' from a few weeks visit in Jacksonville W. P. and George Davis were AIr., and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and .Miss Cleo Norman were in Starke Although the 14 Islands of the Ga., is visiting. friends here this MAL-ARU

'r* last Thursday.We recent visitors to Penney Farms. ;::mall daughter Ruth, of Starke : Saturday.Mrs. Cape Verde group would hardly week.

r. are sorry to report Mrs. W. Rev. D. L. Philippe of Lawtey were visiting her patents, Mr and W. E. Converse and baby take up the space of Rhode Island Howard Miner who has been a 636 Lliiuld or Tablets ('h"I''', jlaljtrlu '
I Reddish and children the I
:I'l' :M.sick lint this week. V.'e wish on them preached an interesting sermon at Mrs C. A. Youngblood Saturday. returned home Sunday after a few they have a population of 150000.: patient in a Jacksonville hospital In Three Days. Sure 'r\'entil",,

h'a speedy recovery and hope little '

';, :Misses Pansy and Eva Jean will "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"It's An Awful Strain On Al .-/';> ---By POP MOiMANDVCAH I
be able to return to school.
i'C; Boon
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\S' Mrs. B. L., Prlvitt and daughter -- -_
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; Jeanette spent several days at L.oot<,SER N6ANTi: ......
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lost week with her /
:Mac lonny: parents TF ., ;
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,1..'., Mr and Mrs. Samson Crews.R. I CtJT PRa'fTY MAKI.... LOOK, 6lJB ; ( / l STRAIM I'+1R. M' -CZIIUS--- WHATS'

]',1 N. Crawford attended churchat C.1"f'I gINO'9 HEADWAY MUCH WATCF( HOW l /, I THAT RINGING IN YouR: I THAT CANTLEARN ?
Union Saturday and Sunday. f TRYINCr: 1n 18 HE Z DO IT :: I 4 eARS WOlsfT LAST
,1 I MORE Tr-lArsi A FEW HEAR AH67.f.
HOW J
t f'V::. Mr. and Mrs. S. Yarborough and "0 WORD
'% Ozwood Kersey of Water Oak 9
'WHISTLeI wh l \ VOU'REr SA
Mr and Mra Cecil ;
' were visiting >oc ;
','/ Crawford last Monday.
d 'Mrs. J. L. Gasktns was visiting

fii: f; at the bedside of Mrs. Dora, Tyson !" ;wa' w #,p6.Y -.+r eHrr yr d \1 /. /. / I .
:if; ;: in Lake Butler last Friday.,

;'ifl, Miss Martha Crawford returned
lI home Sunday from a week's visit

lif' : at St. George Ga., where she has

'Jf.i; been the guest of friends and relatives I 4 1! !i I i ix

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I""pl I Mr. and Mrs. Her Chlam: Cecil
; Robinson and Miss Fronla liodge r

':l of St. George, Ga., spent Sunday I ,{v')1'71v1ikiPv1
''; night here with Mr. and Mrs. R.

*I N. Crawford. THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR.
Mrs. Roscoe Sapp and daughter, Ain't It The Truth?

;! Glenn Ester of Miami, and Mrs. .

Walter Wilkerson and children, of CAESARB. A iMObLD ,
Lawtey, were visiting Mr*. M. L. N EXTDORGREAT YOU'Rt "ttlil.tNo\ [MANirr NIt+115E1J I

!1;r.v,;;: Thompson Sunday afternoon.Mr. LO T LI KEE ALL It1. IIU' GET INTO SUCH CONDITION'! w
.:a;;,, and Mrs. I. B. Thompson and CUMMER M WHAT XOU NEED t6 A f'I KNOW TAkESHpULD Y.1 e JUST GOT

on. Ell, spent'' Sunday at Wood- RtCT! "' VACATIONIi i iTHKT'S XISTVi BACK FROM ONE'

lawn,.,the guests, of relatives ? \ \ TROU8Y.E
} We aro sorry to report Robert /
Crawford on the sick ,list at this .
writing' /

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Mr.,II'. ICmlt h. Cnrre.|ii>nile*< I 4JI o 1r

Mrs. Tom Wasdln. Mrs Eddie

Wnsdln and Mrs. Annie Priest of fr- .. : f

Waldo were visiting Mr. and Mrs.O. ;
W. Dyal Thursday. '
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Mr. 'and Mra. Dewey Strickland -
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and family of Ocala returned .... Aj ,-.l: L'J( *
their home Thursday after visit (1

ing frlends'and, relatives for several .
5 .
days.
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4 Frank:, Parrlsh of Waklo spent -

"' the week-end herewith" his brother, titer ,..... 1o
cS, SMd Parrlsh. f r ,
/ Mr. and Mrs. Harvey- Starling, q -
1 Mrs. Edd Parrtnh and Mrs. Pearl -


Y+I, Dryden Sunday is seriously to motored see Mrs.111 to,in Ellis,Jacksonville a Jackson-Starlingwho 'THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" ''By L F: VanGt1Avl ; :

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ville hospital. m () 1
Cecil 'Rafuse of Hampton was a n1(:Y 1!.JUIZ ''S&4U1/ t CUD j
visitor here Tuesday HE AIH'T MUttT"ME '
<3TOEET'S MAfcX 6MOVCft FUSS
MAIN
y Mr. and Mrs. Roy R,vn"lda of JUST WAHT4 '
PoQT'NG' o'EET." He'IF (
M Wlndemere are spending'R fwfyt : OM 'AMEAKtb' 1t-4E 61R1S T5
I WANTEDEN
with Mr Reynolds' parents, MAKE A FUSS
':; Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland.' I >GIRLS WORSHIP"INJURED" I SAMMY MV ( ? OVER HIM ( ?-o !

Roy Roberts, Jr., of Lake Wales HERO I HERO-TILL j MEa J .7
; and Hugh Brlnnon Roberta of KJs- : w
l M6 YOU AIH'r # Lo
almmee are visiting their grandfather + -b #
Mr.; C. B. Roberts. SAM SUCK,!*MOM HURT {r"wL

Mr, Horace Nettles and sister, 'HALF 'BACk OF TH.
Miss Catherine, of Hetlbronn OH F'HEAVEN\\ dTi'AItE4
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HAI"t STBEtT
Springs were Visiting Miss Mildred HONABCUS Ii' .
4 Broughton Sunday. T5o U eo; RtGUtAR, t j- .l ?

Rev F. M. Taylor''' of Hampton FLOP AT PRACTICE ._ .. .
- filled his regular appointment at MWTEROAf.' '

,the Baptist Church Saturday and ALL 'WE FLIPPERS 1 /
k I
,' Sunday. FLAPPED T& Hit AID
'Mrs. Maggie Bert and children LAM GOT, NIS\ ,-Nrl ,/
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; of Hampton attended church. here USUAL AMOUNT oFnr1'1NG. :,\i. N 'N /
yln.l ? /MrN /
Sunday. NMNN .,as.NllWI-. 1 MY., / // N N//N
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EVERGREEN IFl.-

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1' Mrs.Lester Hall of Sparr spent '

r,' Rosier.Sunday with' her aunt, Mrs. J. E. DOROTHY. DARNTT (By: .Charles)McMan.

r' Mr. and Mrs. J.,Q.:' Roller and pONT YoU EVER/ _
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children: wore the guests of relatives NTEND TO CO To WORK pONT TALK (HELLO PETE'M / COI"'C"To THE NO I JusT
in Lake Butler Sunday, CET OUT:
MV PARLOR IS FoR FlCHT' To-NICHT" ? MME FRoM
Mr., and Mrs.. Leaton Morgan
CUESTS W HO P AY l' oNfl.r .
and children spent Sunday with .
Mr..and Mr. J. E..Rosier.

m Mrs.. Shellto Rosier, Miss .Juan. -
its Rosier and J- Q. Rosier were ::

4 visitors to Starts Tuesday.R. I -i: cDAc=$= ,1
t S. Rosier was a business vlsl :: 2P ____
4 tor to Gainesville Sunday. 1 '
v Bernardand J. E Rosier attended 1
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the pound party at the home of Y :

, Waldo Prtngle Saturday n night.GWV1EitttoeI .

Mr. and Mrs ;J- E. Rosier an- '
Bounce marriage of thelrdaught .

., Juanita to Mr. Paul Glover of j .

l.' Vero Beach Tuesday, August. 14, = ,
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I Bee keepers! In California?.pro '

4uc d 19JS2S.OOO pounds of,honey l I .

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COtTNTT TEIXC3K AFH. STAUKE FLORID
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APPOINT CIRCUIT JUDGE Florida Supplies Of Agriculture. Through the govern NO. TWOA NO. FIVH :

T ALLAHASSEE- -H. L. (Tom) ment's crop reduction program he JOINT RtSOLUTIN JOINT RESOLUTION ( ,

of former Food Feed Products been turned A Joint : \ Proposing; an A Joint Resolution ProposIng to
Sebrlng Jacksonville land
adds much ha Am mlm nt 0\'tl Article) 10 of the Amend Kectlon S4 of Article III ot ,
: r head football coach at the University from cotton tobcco. and hog pro Constitution the State of FloruSa the Constitution of the state of

LIVE STATE NEWS of Florida has been appointedby Are Above Average duction( Into feed crops by Section Adding to Thereto K*. Known an Additional as- 10'10'1.Municipal Relating 10v..rn..nt.. to County and ,

Governor Sholtz as circuit for home use. Section 7" nlhUnl to Horn- lie It Hennlved by the I.ealslataro

Judge of the Circuit with lead and E".mptonl. f the Sect* of Plorldai
Eighth GAINESVILLE: While much of While the feed situation for .

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs headquarters in Gainesville. He the nation has been parched by Florida Is far better than for the lie. It'b HesoUed*> State .,br PlnrMai fh. Legislaturef the That Constitution Section 14 of of Arlcl. III,. of of

i succeeds Judge A. V. Long who drouth and faces feed shortage country. Dr. Newell urges faxmers I' That the following amendment to rla..I... r..laUn.to county and municipal .
resigned to become federal Judge now a Article' 10 of the Constitution of "ov.rn."nt.h. and the earn
to continue everything
Florida farmers with favor producing the State of Florida relating to In hereby an.nd.I.. ami I. amend
__ 11I1 Uj .. for the Northern District of Flor able weather took the advice of possible for home use. Feed pricesare homestead and ....mltOI.1 by addliisT cd ...r. .d hall be. mib-
muted to the of
the
ida. to advance rapidly and thereto an Section .I..etor. State
state farm service agencies and likely to be know .n as "Hnotlon! 7" providing 'of Florida at the tleneral Electionof

COLLECTIONS RISEjjjUA FISH AGAIN they now have th* best crops of Florida poultrymen and dairymenwho that no assessment for any Representative. to b* held. In
UX well to make State or County or Municipal taxation 10.14 for approval rejection. Said
feed do
gain of $1.683.165: FORT MYERS-Back to the sea VIOLATOR CAUGHTCRAWFORDVILLE I foods and feeds they have had in buy wi *..h.ll b. levied upon the home, Section 84 of Artrl.'Ill a* amended -

this yw over the same this week In their smelly smacks Wakulla several years. extra efforts grow their own he stead and the name la hereby shall read. .:
u. far Other farmers should save agreed to and shall be submitted to Section 24. The
rlod of 1933 was reported today Florida fishermen on a strike county officials made their first The state corn crop Is now fore- says. the qualified elector. nf the state of r..I.I.tur., .lal '44

tile collection of cIty state since last Friday swished their "slot machine" arrest following cast at six and a half million bush all the feed they can, and me an "'Ioril. for. ratification or.reject ion county.tabl.h..n.nd unlo..n government. ,
a taxes.1gOLLMEN'r added effort to grow grai- th...n..1 to be held on which hall b* .. Incase "
delinquent nets for mullet-at three cents a .I."to. except
,untY and Gov Sholtz' recent order to stamp els compared to> five and a quarter the fir.. ... the whore a"fl..bl. law

pound, and sang. In strike areas out gambling devices In the state. million last year according to the ing and forage crp. expectnghigher Monday In November'h..1. bt:. f..t for counties : p vil.eJI.by the '
feed they that I S. to say, ther addedto i Legislature that .
ESTIMATEDGAINESVILLEMore -excepting a few spots along the J. R. Patten of Wakulla, was arrested The hay may Inoon.l"t..nt
government crop report. : 10 of the Constitution of
therewith The Legislature
have to sell feed. Artel. shall by ,
or can
than 800 East Coast and the lower West by County Sheriff E. C. crop Is estimated at 43,000 tons buy the of Florida relating. to general law classify II cities I and

'It udents and :a300 upper Coast south of Sarasoto-whole-' Ferrel and charged with possessing compared to 37,000 tons last year. NOTH'H OP MAHTKR'n" SALE hom."t..ad Section and exemption to he known, an additional a. shall town by according general to law population provided. and for

are expected at the UnJd salers yesterday agreed to pay the a slot machine. Patten pleaded Oats, sweet potatoes,' and other Notice I* hereby .iv.n that under Section T'* of said Article, which.hal their Inoorpo..aton. government. ju
Final
JIIImen and virtue of that certain .
Florida {or the term demanded three cents per poundfor guilty before County Judge A. L. food and feed crops for home use Decree by of foreclosure made and read a* follows: rl"leton.I duties and priv .
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& opens September 24. mullet. Porter and was fined 925 and are more plentiful In the state.Florida's rendered. I US4 on, by the Honorable 38th. day A.of Z. JulyA. Ad- from 1.all There taxation shall, other be exempted thanspecial ,and no u. po..ra.local classifications laws Incor I ,

court costs. climate and the follow- 1.. Jmlg-e of the Twenty Sixth I a.a."ent. for benefits, toevery I.orntnl. cities or towns., providing

-.. ,of the lIve-at-home programare judicial Circuit of Florida In that h.ad ...... fanly who la a ..vern".nt.. Jlrl.dlttonf '
MOCCASIN BITE .FATAL STOPS BASEBALL POOLSFT. Jng therein pending: cltlaen of and th. State of Cowers, 'ut. an. ',
certain
IT OX3UI>-Gilbert Bass 14-year MYERS-Sheriff Bob King Birds are not the only lang- la- responsible for the fine position wherein. F.cause M. Taylor I* complainant Article Florida, the homestead. a* defined .' ... the Legislature. '
lOot the) Constitution Approved June 8, liijl.
( lem.mons ,
Lewis
Id IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bass and his deputies Wednesday notified tance travelers. Science Service farmers now occupy regarding and Krnnnle, 3. M. Dlxon Clemmoim and Ethel: Dixon the at..t. of Florida up to the. valu -

If Kenansvllle. died last week afar operators of baseball pools to tells us. Caribou of North America food and feed crops says Dr. WIl- are defendants, I, the undersigned. a* that 5.000.00 provided. however NO. SIX
bitteD a otion the to 800 miles. mon Newell dean of the College of Special Master, will sell. for cash to the till. to said homestead A JOINT HHHOLUTION1
baying been by stop daily sale of tickets whichhe are known migrate the highest. and beat. bidder at the miiv be vested In such head

mouth moccasin while frog termed as Illegal under statutes South door of the. Court House. In of a family or In hi.. lawful wife A, Joint Resolution. Proposing

outing Friday night. pertaining to the operation of lot- List of Qualified Voters, City of Stance, Florida I ft..rke. Bradford the, Third County day of Florida on r"aldln..; upon such homestead or "Am..lm..nt," of. Artcl. .IX of of Flor the m

teries. Sheriff King said he took A D. 1934. durlnv 1 legal September hour Approved May ?7, 1933. ida Relative to Taxation and Finance. -

ROLL the action upon hearing that a petition a sale, for the put p'. of satisfyingsaid of Article. to fl.IX.Known a* Section. 1
RELIEF .
TRIM Alvar.. "In.nIvar.
TO Austin. H. AM..rman.1>ora final decree following described NO. THRICE .
M I-Lack of sufficient was in circulation protesting ... J. M. .dklns Lilia. ,AlI'ln. W. '111.. lands, IvInaT and being In A JOINT RESOLUTION lie lles.tlvrd. br tb* Legislator
jj i A baseball pools as an undesirable AdkIns. A. Z. Alvares. Annie A'lreu., 1IIrll. Edith Bradford county Florid. TO-W1T: Joint ., tho ....t. of Florida
to carry on FERA's program S. Andr.wN."lc..iI.Alvarez. Southwest A Resolution Proposing the
duds Anllr..wa. J. W. 3r. ""o\11I..rman, 'V., Th.V.III That th* following amendment to ,"
probably result In trimming form of gambling. A. L. Andr.ws. W. H. And..rllon. Mr. Ida quarter of Northw..1. iuarter of Amendment of Article XIX of the Article ix of the Constitution of

Ml relief roll by -- Alvar.. Lucia III. Andrews. Mrs., Eva L. Alvarea. ErrollAlderman.'O. Section Ten O0, Township Seven. Constitution oC.Florida n..latn. the state of FIO'lda. to be knownas
bade County's July W. Andreu. A. (11 Houth, Itanaje Twenty-Two ((82) to Prohibition Section 14 snlil'Article IX b* 4
half, It has been announced by FINIS WRITTEN 0.U, Kait, containing 20 acres mora or II*. It Resolved. t. the I.eaUla'ureof and I the "am la hereby agreed" toanl
relief administration WEST PALM BEACHFinishas 'I.u. the> State at Florida I shall be to the elec.
aJor: E. J. Close Rrownlee, U. I.. Eeasle3', ( : 411. ::- .YEfh.W1\I.; \ D.: K KNIGHT. That Article XIX of the Constitu tors of the auhmll.d at the
executive officer.PVLM been written to the Royal Eurns. : fliers. Special Master.A. 11".11.
Uronka. Albert lon of the State of Florida, be, and : Oeneral tilnctlon: to on the ,
Poinciana Hotel and world famed 1Ial..don.. W. W. 1lurns 1'1..1.' Jlryant lola W. li.TaiCgs Si. S. Crew solicitor for same IN hereby amended ao a., flrtot Tuesday after the first Mondny .
E. L. Ttronka. B..rtlll "ry..nt compiainnnL3.3itsSi to read a* '. In Nov."b.r.. 1934, for ratitica-
cocoanut in the sale of the Repeflt, W. folow.
BEACH FIRST grove Bishop I-S. A. Thirefoot' t': 51. -l.Jr. ARTICLE XIX 1.1 or rejection I"fe..t.n
: 'ua Sanisden, F Honham. W. '
major portion of the and Brownee
WEST PALM BEACH-Palm building HIshc'p. Nina R. Ho'k.lman. Au.nat. Elonham 1IIr. W. A. NOTiCE OP APPLICATION FOlt Section 1. The Board of County .. 14. For a period of fif )'
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each County is the first county In material and furnishings to Macey Heasisy. O. 1. Blakel Jessie. Mae TAX MHKIt. comml".lonera of each County In .* from the beginning ofope..ton. 4

O. Scott and W. C. Whitaker of Notice I I. hereby given, that Mandy oftener than once In motion pl..tur. studio t
local refer- .
for which
the state to call a f' Ashford. holder of Tax Certificate every two years., upon the applica Ilant. h. established
udum on prohibition when the Miami. Their contract calls for {'rews.. A. S. Csnnva. P"ul E. Jr. ("'snova. I..vy. A; No 414, dated 7th. day of July, tion of one-fourth of the registered | State on or after .1111
the the razing of the main buildings by 'rutchfl..ld. Cha. Clark. n. F. {'anoV*, Mary A. D. 1930, has filed said certificateIn voters of any County, shall. rail let, 1934, Including all land:
called for a vote on .. F'ronlCCarpenter. Inws. and chattel in
ommisslon Ullla ( and provide for utilised
con.
(
Dec. 1 1935. Work is ('olley, J. P. rt'.I.n'r; : : : .a'-n} my '. anl made applicationfor an .I..th' In the nectlon
to .
expected 'ard off and all
wet-dry question at the time of the D. P. tax to issue. thereon In accordance County In which ."pl'nlon mode. th..r.wlh. raW ma
be started within the next few h..c.. Lltlla R. 'arp..nt.. Myrtlel {'lemons.. I.. with law. Said to decide .. .. th.) a"l. of In- l..r'nI.' eoln8 the .. ,, pro'
Nov. 6. ,
general election on "anova, Eunice C. {"anov... GiadYa 'one.. n. c. the following e..rtflnat".mbr.e. toxlcatlnif liquors .* or beer .I Ktudloa and plants, a*
weeks. ",,._,,.., T..II.. (" .....wa. 'MII."I" CarIIale" I. U.B. .. property.* In Bradfoid.County shall b. prohibited therein, the well' an flnlsNed products or
I c'F;; r.nee :'oll..y: J. Ray Ca..lton .C. M. I altuat..o, t: Commencing at question. to be determined by a fit nc,, '.hll bo oxtimpt from ..1 ad t ,
DOG PREVENTS ROBBERY TO IMPROVE PRISONTALLAHASSEE North-west corner of land owned by 'majority of those votn"at the elec. t"h : exemptlon '-%

TAMPA-Watchdog of a grocry D !1aigherty. Ida Mae )Kim Ira King on j1..at side of r..lw.y tion. vallod under M."lon. whichelection tive by, Ihnh.a'W"Ca"h, effec. ''I'
-A survey of na..by. A. M. n..nham. A. EI. anil run East shall be In the ""
store in Tampa battled two possibilities for separating first I'avIH. S... A. Jr. ilavia R. J. oyIe. J' D.TavIN. railway to East: line of Section SI. manner prescribed hy law for hold. shall .extend year IV41
Havla. Luelle foyer. IIIr. Mary I HIT generej elections. Th* exemption herein autliorised I yt
armed alleged to have 101. M. thence. North on aid Section line to
negroes
term prisoners from "hardened Tiavis Lee. P..rryman flavis In.. P.nm.T.\ P. Center Street In Temples Sub Division this 8."lon' shall I..elon"unll..r shall not apply to real estate. owned
been robbing the store until atteDUoD criminals" in the Florida prison 1)arby. Ida L. Prby ChI. .nmlU'k..l B.n..mor"t. thence Went on Street to within sixty .y. the .time of by such motion picture studio.
of neighbors was attracted n. F. flobroW W. M.' Denniark. Emily: Railway,' thence South along Hallway presenting. appl.aton. but II and plant except the real estate. occupied -
land system has been approved by the Oarbv. Annie iobrow Lillian to heirlnnlnK In East, Half r rNortb.aa any such .. .. ..hol'' thereby a. the location required to
the negroes captured after a state cabinet.' Attorney General' Daugherty W. E. ,D..more..t. V..rna J. '1I' Quarter Except such lots take place within .1.11 days of any house such motion picture studio
whlctf woundedtwice ,. State or National ,' and plants and other Inol ,
battle In one was D. Landis *. have heretofore b.endeeded .I.etl" primary bulhlln. j
Cary and Nathan Mayo '] It shall he dental to the stu.
Township
,' .le"
Section Twenty-on
| at daybreak Tuesday. commissioner of agriculture, and iIdwards 3. W. SiIwsrds. W. M. Epperson. W. 3. Jr.F.pperaon. S Mouth, Ran** SI East, Containing day after such Stat or .1,1r dlos. and plants, together. with such /
Silwarls.. Josephine. uppersOn DorothyEpp..r election lands aa may b. required for hous. '
-- head of the prison W. 3. ; 14 acre mar or I.... prImary.
division were on. Leona Edwards. Ruby Mae / 1 The assessment. of said prop.rtyunder Section 1. The ing officer and employees, and forWareriouses
FISH PLANTCLEARWATERA named by Governor Sholtz to make } L"llllat.re'ah.1 laboratories,
the said certificate Issued .wa provide by "utlnl ,
fish proces- the survey and report to the cab p.Putch PiannIan S. W In the name of Lewis Ouyon. cal I".n.ra In carry. out and room, projection* room*, .
: C. A. I"rasee'tn.I..A. :: AuIreyFernande. t'nlees said certificate shall be enforce the provision of this Article, trackage, shipping facilities, eU ,
'
toj plant. enipkytg.about sixty inet. Fernandez. Eva Fields. P'rink., redeemed according law, tax deed All law and location .
relating I to
persons at the opening will be esItabliaheJ ... bab.ne FI.ld. Maude S. Frink, .1'.1'1 will issue thereon on!the ZBth., day liquor, wines I and hoer Intoxicating which were Approved Jun.7, 1933.. f

'the State. of AU.I"t. A. D. 1934. In effect on December. II, 1918, un. ---
here soon by SOAP TREE FOUNDSANFORDHave 0flriffin NO. SEVEN
24th of July A. D. '
day less ,
changed the
fleary W. I.Tmit. by Legislature I by
FERA H. S. Riddle, regional ad- you ever .R'i. Z. (lrirtie. Aneeda Ueary: Viola I 1934. I law expressly made, effective concurrently A JOINT REHOlAlTION '
Floyd
A. lr.n. a
I for the relief heard of (ireen, Emma H. A. J. THOMAS with this amendment. A Joint Resolution Proposing an
minis tra tor agencyhas a soap tree? If not Ken- W. I-S. flrlffl's. A. F. (leery Circuit
Clerk of Court Amendment
'D. pate.flreen shall a so changed become .. to Article VIII of the
[ told the board of governors of :neth W.' Robbins :attendant at a ( Minnie I E (loodman.Mra.3 8. Ine. fluset.ol..a..tt, Clydeflreen Bradford County Florida. ive with. this Article and .t.ct Constitution of the Stat of Flor.

I the chamber of commerce. local filling station will show Mary Si. Or..n. Orl".... Orville 1. 7-27-5t-8-34 remain until thereafter .hal bv ida IteliktlVfl to-- Cltl- .a .and. Ciilin
you iraham Moe. -- -----
A. H. .
__...._ .._ ..
ties
the .
-- '-"..-.. .nI..I...... n., .hv The power f th*
If will call.' The menreen I,rtzs. n r ""# RLKCTIOM 1..I.I..tur.
one you tree a nroen ran NOTICE OP provide necessary. Ha It H..ol. Ine A. I..lal..t ur.
HIKERS SLUG MOTORIST tropical plant of some rarity although Lloyd A. J. J. nreen Orlffls Mr. J. C. WHlRFAThe 1.I.lat1r.' of carry out.and enforce this .f the State .f KUrldaiThat '
OrlfflH .. Article Include the right to the following Amendment to
FT. MYERS-Attacked by two it grows without much extra H 13 8tat Con..tt"ton, did 181. provide .h..1 manufacture or sale ArtU-le.VItl of the Cun..lillton. of (

hitch-hikers whom he picked up at care is covered with berries Koover, C. F. Haynea. Hop Harlman. Albert Eight Joint Resolution pr.'po.inaamendments by private Individual, firm' and the State of Flo..l.) to

Miami P. Donald Weaver of Tamil once each The berries will Hoover. 3. C.Haynew )Holllna-sworth. LIssie Hartman. 1011 to the Constitution of corporation or by the Stat or by pities ..n. be numbered. ',
year. f,. Hayes. Ruby h. Hart Edna the State of Florida, and the same Counties., Cities or political subdl- Section of said. A..tol. VIII band "
pa) was slugged Into unconsciousness when mashed In the. palm of the ,F)O.. WHoltaendorf }iurd. Jack Hall. A. H were. agreed to by a vote of thrflfth *.*- visions, or by any governments the name la agreed to 4
near Estero. Regaining' his hands give off'a soap-like lather Waves C. B.. Hoover Don Holt..*nd..Tf. Jessie l E. .* of all the member electedto commission' or agency to be created and shall. be submitted to the electors ,
Hart W. H. Harvey H. S. each house; that the vote on for that purpose o( the Slate at the' Uenera t
wines Weaver who had not been that has the same cutting qualitiesas Ifamrlck Hoover. Etta 8. V. Flows J. R. Hemingway Laura said Joint Resolution were enteredtton Section a. h..n..d. by elec Election to be held on the first

I robbed, was able t.G.drive :Into Fort I strong soap.ORDER Hoover Delia Hutto L. 8. their respective Journals, with tion called under this Article the Tuesday after the first Monday In
the yeaa and navs thereon and status. of all territory In the Stat November, A. I>. 19,14, for ratlflca
(Myers. .I they did d.t.rmln. and direct that of Florida a* to whether the sale ton or rejection, to-wlt
I <426,000 TAGS Johns, M. L.Johns Johnson W. N. John, (Cha. EJohns the said Joint ... be submitted I la p.rmll.lI. or prohibited shall he ..;lon s. The Legislature shalt. ( .,
E. .. Th.lma BrlnaonJnhns the elector. of the Stateat the wa December SI have power. to alter or t'
John. .
A. H. v'.IJ .at..bl.h.
SPEED TRAP DENIED ,' TALLAHASSEE- The State Johns, F. n. John.., p..rrv1 *lmmfledgrftVeR the ricneral. Election In November ISIS, that at the tieneraf 1 ..bolah. a .. to
WEST PALM BEACH-V. R. Motor Vehicle Department has announced fohns B R.' John.. Mr*. 8. R. John, J. J. 1514.NOW Election In 1984 or at any time a* the.City of Jacksonville .
.Jacob B. .Johns Newt THEREFORE. I. R. A. within this Article I extending terrlturlly through
I Ella F ,
delated
It had
Strain mayor of Riviera today placed an order Johns L-lMl F. Jacob, Sarah Jacobs. Hosallnd nEAT f..r.'a..v of the Slate of become wo.rI\h.\ Board of out the present limits of Duval t
John.
that a "speed trap" is being ,with the tag plant at the Raiford Johns Thelma. John.. Calvin Johnson, I). E Florida civ. notice that a County ( any (Coun County In the place or any or all, \

I maintained in that town and said State Prison for 426,000 new auto- John, Carl Jones. J. J. JohnsonAbbl, W. OKNKnAI. KLECTION five ty shall per ,cent of the ..plU"atlnn. vol.of county, dl..trl.t.. board municipal, bodice and and local of.

I the recent ai'rests of several motorists mobile license plates for next year. ac will be held i In
: there were In accordancewith The 1035 Florida tags, slightly Kit, DaridKlckllter. Klckllter, Mri. M. i Kahr A. 'L, Jr. "Iorhl. on Tuesday next succeeding. for an election to decide whether legislative, executive, ', or
J. F.. Knight. Clara Ma* Kruse, Oo. C. Monday In November A. the sale "hnl h. prohibited In' such ..dmlnl..tr.tve. and Khali. prescribe Q
Gov. Sholt own Instructions heavier than this year's plates will Knight, O. A. Knight: D EKnlKht Kendrlck ;Edtelle,, 1934 the I said Tuesday relns; 1. County election to b* otherwise Jllrl"dlclon. pfw.r. duties and

to safeguard Florida's highways. be painted with black letters and Kendrlck. T. N. H. V. Klnlaw,. 3.,HKlnlaw DAY OP -VOVRMBBn a* provided' In Article 1 here. r"n't.n. municipal corpor., 't
KnlKht Mr. N. KnlKht, Mr. II, V, ,,.Dorothy 1'1 0,. Imclxlatlv, executive,' JU.
figures on a background of grape'truit Kendrick L Klnlaw D. C. for the ratification or rejection. of Section. 4. This Article shall become dicial.. and administrative d.p.rt.n.nta .

SHRIMP BOAT EXPLODESAPALACHICOLAA yellow. They will have the the said I Joint I Resolution propnsinan.lnenls *; effective 'Immediately upon and its ho.d., bodies. and ot
I, to the Constitution of It* adoption and the repeal of Article tl..rlll; to .. territory
large same lock device as this years Lagergre-n. ,, H- B. Le-wN B. n.Lwts. I. fa..rKr..n. Della M. the state of Florida vl.i XVIII of the Amendment to the ': 1 such municipality' Into *ub> t
shrimp boat exploded at a dock tags. 1.vitonM. .. Hannah a.L ..vlon. .....a Constitution. of the United States ordinate district I and to prescribe 1 a
here killing Pete Long, '.-. T.' .**. Matilda E NO. ONBA of America. just and reasonable system of tax
Austin a negro Lord J H. LewIx, LI llle 8, %Landrum T. F. JOINT REsOLUTIONPrnposinr Approved May 8. 13. atlon and dl.-
and blowing another, who was not SEMiNOLES INJURED Lord. Eva B. Lewis, James. Land ruin, Mr. .T. F. an Amendment to Article ton'u"ro fix the liability of

injured into the bay. The explosion MIAMI-Three Seminole Indians Long, Merwln .Lowry, 0.0. H f V of the Constitution. of Florida NO. FOtn such municipality and dlatrlcl.,
'
was believed to have been were taken to hospital anda 1 .-. the an Additional Judiciary*: by Hen Adding A JOINT RESOLUTION IstlneT Handed at and that other,time. Indebtedness.of the .. ... ex. '.,

I caused by gasoline vapors in thehoat's fourth to County Jail after their Morgan, J. "W.Matthewa Marc. OlllaMalphurs Morrow M. W. to R*\.tl a. Hoctlnn 41 Pro."Idln. A. Joint Resolution Proposing, an mnt of such municipality, .t..blah.
E. n. Wm. Morrow Mrs Louise) the reduction of the Amendment nf Section 10 of th* enforceable only against property
I engine room., automobile was struck by a Sea- "itchell. J. M. ..ntl..th.. P A. Manning. DeliaMatiat Number of Judicial Circuit ot'' declaration of Right*,of the (01eUtutlon therefore ta.ahl. therefor. The

board Air Line freight train. The Manning. J. C. Montleth Kathelen A. F. Thl Slat and Requiring: the Reapportionment of the State of Legislature shall from tm. to time
Mlddleton W. B. Mundy.W B. Jr. Moor*. A. RMcCoy of Much Circuit Relating to Orand Juries, information determine what portion said 'municipality
A.V
UNLUCKY SALE condition of one of the Indians Monden. ""Win Mundy, LeHa It..rln. and the Judge* Thereof. *. Presentments. and Indictnient I I. a rural area, and a ,
TAMPA-Three years at hard Jackson Wish, was reported as ser More-an Mrs Vida V.. l..nnln. W. C. Por..n. <. I of' person, for' Capita homestead. In such rural area shall.
I labor in Mlddleton. Nolla K L.Malphur McWsln. R.McWaln B. I He> *.by the.Learlshioref Crime* and.Other Felonies, ant not be limited a.* If In a or .l'
state prison was the pen- ious. The other two Injured men, Jan nerthaMcLend ... That city
Mitchell. Mr. Lacll *, C .. .10. P"ovld'n. .d"m.nta and town.' Much municipality mar exercise
pity for the sale of one narcotic John Buster and Charlie Billie received Matthew Ida Mitchell. tunIc 'Wm. That th* following amendment to of the. May II* all the power of a municipalcorporation

marijuana clgare-te: imposed .by only minor hurts. John Mlddleton Madg Mlddleton. Ha.e.] McMII.n, Merrill Article I V of the Constitution of Mad and Entered In Term Tim and shall also he reooanlsed .
or'In Vacation
this on Pleas of Qullty of
the
to the Judiciary a* one legal ,,
Judge Petteway la criminal court Henry Gopher of Danla driver of '1 by adding 1..t. r.laUn.. additional Sec to Felonies and Dispensing With visions of the State with poltc..1

this morning. The sentence was the car was Jailed for Jnve Uga. Newsom. R A. TaaworthT., C. H. Norman,:>W. H. ton 41 a. hereinafter set fo"tl, be the Necessity' of Summoning I the ties and obligation of a county and ,
Edna Norrls, Wm. Orand Jury Except Upon Orderof hall be .
N.waor. I.I.I the earn I la hereby to entitled to the
against Angel Mendez of the CCC tion. Guy Jones engineer of the I and shall be submitted to the quail I Circuit Judge.If rights and pilvllejres,.1 po..r.rep ,, '

camp, who pleaded guilty. train said the automobile turned O fled voter. of the State of Florida B. Received by tb. Legislate resentation In the State Legisla i
Osborne. 8. R.Plttman. Olson BertieFerryman Olson. Tito! for ratification or rejection at the .f <.. Stat .f riorldat' tore, which would accrue to It it It
onto the tracks In effort "
a swerving I. next .n"uln.general ..I.cton. that That the following amendment to were a ".-AI'pr.p."fi of Oil-i f5
RECEIVES SENTENCE to avoid the collision. p I is to an dl Section lOot the val County 'S.*,
: W. E. Priest. W. C.- : r nB.JI of munlcllalt..
W.
DELAND-- 1 to he designated a* ofArticle Rights of the .. r".ratln In said county shall .
Thomas O'Dell.
J. W. D. Pried H. B.Prevatt the
.nd.r.
illaa r.rrm.nt. .. J.Parks Nathan N.Face V of the Con.ttution of State of Florida' relating to Orand municipal corporation when establishevl -
Thomas Clara Louise '
FLORIDA WELL Peek. .
Dale. waa sentenced LIKED Florida be adopted fol. Juries, Informations, ax herein 'provided.' The of
Chas. 7. W B. Powell/.Tohn (col.) presentments
,
to i lows, to-wlti Vices of Clerk of the
pay 1.00O fiDe'or to serve five TALLAHASSEE--Florida appears "...k. .T. L.Perkins Prather W. r.! Poll,,,,,, D-an lon 41.a and Cal Indictment of persona for capi and Sheriff shall not Circuit-Court b* abolished
yean |In prison in connection with to be- In the good graces of I... Cieca S.. Perkins. EunicePark Pattenl. L.Qulsler (1..There shall be no more than the crime earn and I other felonies b*. and hut the Legislature may prescribe.
the Llnnl *., Ethel K \ fifteen Judicial circuit of the Mtat h.r.b1 agreed to, and the elmS when and the '_ _
Iloo.OOO swindle of Henry W. all her sister states X P. Newell i *. .shall he to the : offices method by
of Florida to be appropriately dee.Ignated elector of the State qualt.d which, such shall b* filledand
wilmot, of Montclair, N. J., in a secretary to Gov. Dave Sholta said 0 :W,1 numbered and defined bra ratification rejection of the to be paid to _
or
at th comp.naato
raci track confidence game at upon his return from Uackinas J..T. Qulsl.-y. Mlnnl* .. aultabl lawenacted hy th* Lglalatur Hral election to b* held on the* gen-first such vest In themadditional ,_ _

Daytona Beach In 1933. where he attended the recent convention for that purpose In accord 'Puesday af.. the fr... Monday In p..r. and duties. N. ,
nce with the amendment Providedthat November, B. county ofl" b* or
.1. H RVglster, p'.mai FUcVennacHef. Irene a.oll.h.o
Wlfch, no circuit as definedby 1 "' with ..
of governors.' He said he Hitch, Herbert C. Rltch, E. 'P.ddln.. Carrie law Judicial 1"c/lon No person shall b* .."olll..t.1 k .,
NO Alice RedKrav. A. 'w.H .reunt.r all embraceloss tried for a capital crime unless. provision for
PLEASURE beard much favorable comment at Hitch TsabelleRay Heglster. than Inhabitant on performance of all State dbtle

HOMESTEAD was a case of the convention and elsewhere, Carrl Olive E.A.Keddlshr Bitch, CnrrleRltch Harriet n.d"r.ft.drav...,, Johntrlcklnnd. flnnl*' according to> the"lat preceding grand presentment Jury, and or no Indictment person shall by b a* or hereafter prescribed by I. nb' '4-
'mixing Ray Mtate) or Federal cenau; and tried fop any other J>.performed by such county officer .
business with businessnot about the state. Many governors, IsomNtnmp. Rlck.nb.k.r. T, D. provided further that' no judicial 'in presentment or Indictment felony unless Nothing contained herein shall t,

pleasure--today in the $1OOO he said asked about Florida's success \ circuit existing al'th* thorn of ratification rand Jury or upon Information by a affect Section 10 of Article HI of

tire at the in Its with- 1. B :: of this amendment shall be under filed by the the Constitution of the State of
music store of A. O. balancing budget F. F. .7. W. natl
.PP altered proa..utn. Florida '
or ex except a* to soon provision I
.f"ct. .b"loh.d. the
N. Jo W. P. Jr. .
Deputy. For In addition to being out the necessity of adding new Bletrunk."t.rnb.rc.O. M.Hcott. Hllpnx.. CelenaOmlth. "mlh. Henry f manner provided this In'ormaton I* .ourC. .except aa I I. therein a* relate to regulating. the a

Proprietor of the music store, DepUty sources of revenue. He predictedthat : F. C- Junlus mlth." J. E. amendment Into *x* utlon.for nor carrying*halT any the .same a ltIng tution,. 'and provided j $In this Consti 11"laleton and to summoning duties of any and class Im. ; _

la also fire chief. Defective wirg Florida will have more tourists Sapp, W. MeJmltn. I.lnd.11 Hannah Smith 1ull Circuit Judge or State Attorney ec.ptn cases.i of |mP oft..ra.grand and
petit
B. H. R. M. Hmlth. chmnt, and In oases In the p.n.llne juror,
was believed to fc-wre caused next winter than ever before. c tt. ftnarkman Nelll Josephine be disturbed. In .the tenure of hl office ".IIU. when In active eervlce In .u..aln. ant o.n""ul. taxes ,
the blaie !: : 'b. Papp. Mr.. Leon =: :: MIldr.tacomp until the expiration anycommission war. or which the State, for regulat ,
:7u..I. : held1' by him on the date big the fee. and "
"Item, W. A Wilbur A.' with the) consent of Congress, may compensation I of ,
JURY INDICTS MENDENHALL this amendm.lt. la ratified. keep time of county officer. No law authorltn r
Ptern, Theressa.Pheppard peace. Any
.1 Pauline pana person
> : _
h
.. 1' n < ) shall he the duty of the the establishing or
'
I abolishing of
SEEK .. Beatrice Lena Bell "' C. 1.. litforntwrlon. present
) .
SCHOOL SITEWINTER ,JACKSONVILLE. J. Menden- h.. .kw.ll Legislature at its next regular session ment or .Indictment i such municipal
for pursuant -
tion PARK Communica hall "model prisonerVwho super. ; lleox. D. t. L :: .. Mis namerMlmmon.J. Loca C. Lqi II been after ratified the amendment to pas. .h.1 have law. enter not capital may b*arraigned any and felony may to this ,"oorpo..ton. become ,_____
until
dated a plea In term tlm ."ralv. approv _
of :Florida'snew or In "a- or'.tv.
Aug. 15 has been re- vised the construction i o' to carry this amendment Into effect, cation and the judgment and the qualified,
Calved by the Winter Fajk chamr penitentiary while serving fifteen and to make effective th* reapportlonment of the court **ntnc electors participating an I
Thomas, W. L. Thornton. W. If. Thoma. HA.Thomas on a plea of .I..to.
of commerce from the Sea years of a life sentence for Tlaon, KallleThomas Thomas, Nathan N. Mrs. R. A. Circuit and. and reduction Circuit ot Judges Judicial may be mad ..n1 entered .uUtY. such held |n said. county but so Ion. .
.
term time or In municipal corporation J
PIne B. Thoma The
Edna Thornton Mary Robert Judge
school at Brewster-on-the- murder and was given a conditional L hereby1. .oftempl.te". of any circuit '.ae.Uon I authorised under this Meftlon the Legislature
-ape. Mass. I (.) .Thin shall. be one Circuit to dispense 'oura may mend or extend the law authnrlalng -
the1 V the
for further Informa- pardon Is wanted here for wlb' ummo"ln
Judge to each Judicial ( hut the .
'Irtul ., same without referen
ion about {.Io.John f.lowr Llla. additional Circuit .. Judicial .mpan.II. Convening .f t Sum
Winter -
Park M a pose brutal slaying of two women. A at any term of court to the qualified voter unless
locaUon Clr.qlt may be provided for ;the Legislative' ant providing for 'L
Indicted y- and
entering
for the winter term Duval County grand Jury by r m.lln. filing such .
of .. AloniaWlnkler. .. : : of .. court a .m.ndm.nt .extension
next ; olal
year, MendenbaU for the staying of Mrs. V.r.UI. 4i of Amended :1.b V of ihls- order directing that. no grand "r such r.f.r.ndqr.

Laura" Ma Green 84. and her w' Con.Ututon but. th number be summoned at such terra of.court jury, Approved May .
WalnirrtKht' Austin .Witu.ij. TVa 'Week Clrelia .ud. to anyone which order of th_ a
TWO. 8C PEND daughter Mrs.< Mary Rae Anderson D ." not exceed he Clreul Judge The votes eat In compliance '
.
Wall, W. I B J. Wills. Mr*.' Fl el..ul .1 may mad la .. term with
"ALLAH/ SEE- Governor 60. They were found dead In White. O. W. W"lam.. .AanettaValnwrlcht. Wlmhrly. W. .H"Inwrl.h" one Clr.ul'.uq. every fifty time of said court The Legislature.r said proposed amendment. .,. and the J.,
.
major frac
Da.e \ i t""ua..0 Inhabt.nt. or hall have ean".a., declaration and return '
SboIU tc *-y suspended a their home last February 8r the "hit.. C.Mr SC, A.. B.J J. WImbrly Ijtnra Katie Bell. th.r.ot... .* amendment lation to gulal power.b"'h geaeral* number legis of thereof, shall be .' the.
c 0.. Wlklnan. WI..ln. Lee : shall. Into effects earn :
'atb.5: put regulations -J"trtu
knife grand Juror. .
and mother stabbed butcher .
a. unty supervisor by a WalnwrlKht. la. Nat D. serve upon. or con.stitute
0 Wal. (d) In Circuit having more thenone a* are
of rertatratton death. W"... Noble Wla-clns. One IreneWltkovskl a grand Jurv-mnd to fix the proYld.d.ty.l. .r.l
r charges of misCOnduct and the daughter beaten to Judge Legislature- dee- of grand .' Florida
T. S. vrt B'anch t. juror .cton. ff <
inwrlKht,
ft' lumb.r
to v,office*,' The 'constable .,. i.. i n .. Wilam.. C. William. A. B. Ward.cr"Whi. \;R. i Ignat. the plac* of ..Id.n".fan and return an r..lr.d.to; TESTiMONY WHEKKOrV :4'1'

JV M. E. Law -t district six In ,S. R. Blrby of Lot Angeles, U the Wal.. Ina .N.-D. Williams, O.rt.ud. Wsrren. .Jam** Pnaro (,uch) The additional re-apportionment Judge or Jud of Clr-*e or Thl.p..a.ntm.nt.. ._ and have affixed hereuntoset the .Oreat my hand deal \,'.\.
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The Mennocitea- members] --

J'hNN #1ilI.p..w of a religious sect founded by 666Liquid
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t LORIUdf'HIG fj JGJ9TS .... .. ....
'" ? Menno :Simmons, a Dutch religious T........ raise, ..
reformer born in 1492. \ b
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(I.I h ;[t; ___ ": "" 'J:,; U' Miss Elsie Gorman of Chicago First! Day
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I l'\ ---- : prosecuted her former fiance, Walter treadaekeareesraials:
{f1fcG&t t' .
: "- j &' ; Stellen, for' beating her, but I.SOMI.: ,,.,.
broke down ;and pleaded for him Fine Laxative and Tonic

PartyPostponed Wedding In TampaIs .fi.r JYOMCN U, after he was sentenced. Meat .......,. .,
Of Interest HereOf h .,.... : 'I!; H..d'' K......
TALLAUASS(& ,., I. =-
interest! to many Starke PLO CQA- 1. m J .rv r4lin -,
The Woman's Club has poatpon
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of Miss
ed Its benefit bridge party, orig-, friends Vivian Beatrice is the marriage Bryan of Tampa ,,,, .: :).:"1\.;'vSh' Lr ,, 1 1 Mrs.Gertrude l Kinlaw
inally scheduled for Friday night a niece of Mrs. Arthur Williams of '.. I wr Godbey Florist

", until some date the latter part of this city, and Charles Sidney Bush. + ;i .' J :1: ,
September It was announced this: The ceremony!. took place Saturday FLOWERS FOR ALL, OCCASIONS
'I week. So many request for post- night at 8:00: o'clock in the presence w
ponement came from people who of relatives and a few Inti- ? Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers
were to be out of town that it was mate friends who assembled at the
J to "wait until vacationists home of the bride's parents. Mr. Artistic Floral DesignsWe
deeded \"Ded. Tickets that have and Mrs. Walter Bryan In Tfi.mpa. d.rTar1
Already been purchased may be The bride wore a traveling suit 1 r TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere Any Time

used for. the party in September.. 1 of nut brown triple sheer fashioned Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association,
/ by LeLong the coat having a A Guaranteed and Bonded Service
tucked double collar and cuffs 'of
Woodmen Enjoy PicnicThe brown and white faille. Her hat 3H CHURCII ST.STARKE. PHONE No. 40

annual picnic of the local was a small Ducat model and she +. COllydP i
Woodmen of the World and the wore accessories of brown and FLORIDA
Woodman Circle, which was held white. A corsage of white gardenias -
jointly Thursday afternoon of last completed the ensemble. -
week was a success/ from the Immediately after the ceremonythe
standpoint of the members present couple left for a wedding trip
y4 as well as the good time had. to Niagara Falla and stopped In Fancy Blue Rose Ions Brand
The get-together was held at Starke Monday\ for a brief visit
the J. W. Morgan cottage 'on with Mrs. Williams.The /Mph/N Whole,GrainRICE Tender GreenPEAS

Kingsley Lake and swimming and bride Is a member of one of
games were enjoyed during: the the pioneer families of Florida, being w ,l
Y'' afternoon before the delicious
related on her maternal side
lunch,was spread. to the Trammella. Her grandfather -
An excellent grade, Buy several runs at
About : who
1125 members many Dawson T Trammell was an
h were from out of town, made the officer In the Civil War and she is a I ways cooks up tRA i 'istD this Rprrlul low
trip to the Jake a cousin of Senator Park ..Tram 1r white and fluffy. price

mell, of Lakeland. On her pater. r J '-e.a 5 Pounds. 22c wNEREEfoNOMYRULES 2 No. 2 Can"25c
v NEW RIVER CHURCH nal side she Is distantly related,to STGANGS Sfh lf' IN
ENDS REVIVAL MEET the late William Jennings, Bryan. FLORIDA I
Her grandfather was the first' .
;. The New River Baptist Church, I sheriff of Duval County .She was //1 tVATEB. .''..J.J.iA..js,/nir+ Hsiwy'1**'''** -vT77j-TavA'yy.'ri' /r fTK.7& lffi jE',T3 a vf-xaMfru
j one of the oldest'in this part of the graduated from Hillsborough High P B/J2D + Wd.srw.eannv.m4'm.4t6" +Mwiklrt FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES
( (tate, has completed a week ofl I School'and later attended a business > nea+ crt"a"x
t(+ k,successful revival meetings. The college In Tampa. I f ONE Of THE

pRev.}L.rO.;! LYle,' of the Lawtey Mr. Bush Is a member of a fam- "" :! J. A >WG JSDUCAT/OMAL BANANAS .3 LBS. lOc
Baptlat Church, pan been conducting ily well known in Georgia and 'l'' / / / //v THE
the*8erVICH. assisted" by the Florida. He..a graduate of Plant COUNT2YOn
regular pastor, the Rev. r.... G.1emingway High School and an advertising I, FRESH CARROTS Bunch 7c

a On of college and also attended the TJtoi- the crest of one of Tallahassee's,, Judging by its anatomy, the LIMPKIN FRESH BEETS Bunch lOc
Wednesday last week of Tampa. Arpresegt'beis
verslty
1' there was a cemetery working, and connected with the advertising famous seven'hills, is located the FLOR-, seems to be a cross between a crane and AVOCADO PEARS 2 for 15c
5 dinner was spread on the ground. department of the Florida Citrus IDA STATE COLLEGE FOR .WOMEJI,' rail and is one of the most peculiar birdsto
11 The New River Church recently Exchange.: He has been a mem- which was established in' 1905. The be found in Florida. Though seldom COOKING APPLES 2 Pounds 15c
n Celebrated IU 100th anniversary ber of the Tampa Yacht,apd campus'with its evergreen-shaded walks seen its wierd call is often heard along I
try Club and the Forest' ,. and vine-covered walls forms a setting(; of the brackish marches when disturbed. It Jumbo, CELERY Stalk'' 12y2c

.-..,. Country Club.' II rare beauty and charm. Today the grew delights in feeding on the large fresh LETTUCE Per Head lOc
.r institution with its modern equipment and water snails found in the central and

N H Drive'Year Car Into MARRIAGE LICENSES !Y imposing buildings enjoys world wide northern section of the state. An interesting RHUBARB Per Pound lOc

u; One of Our Roomy The following marriage licenses recognition because of its. high educational account of this curious bird is given in
a Parking Place and lave recently been Issued by Cbun- standards. "Birds of Florida," by Bailey. FRESH PEACHES 4 lbs. for 25c
L Settle Down for One ty Judge E. K. Perryman: K _
of Our Delicious Tom Beck and Lucille Flummer, '
{' Gloria Johns Baptist Circles Meet NOTICE GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
} L Sandwiches and a of Lawtey. $
YI Cooling Drink.PLACE. ,J. W. Gllsion and Ruby Green Wins Honors The combined circles of the Baptist SUGAR' 5 Pounds 25c
S of Starke. Gloria of Mrs. W. M. U.: met Monday after- Starke Chapter Order of tbe
Johns, daughter
Theron Groves and Myrtle Starling -' Thelma Johns and granddaughterof noon at the church with Circle No Eastern Star Is Invited to the annual GOLD MEDAL'KITCHEN TESTED" Plain or SeIt.RI..nrFLOUR .
Robert Morris to beheld
of Sanderson. whoa 2 in charge of..the meeting.The picnic' '
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin at Glen Springs near Gainesville -
spending two months at Rock- president*Mrs.. A..M. Darby August the 30th. Swimmingwill 33c 59c $1.15
: ....Near Seaboard Depot OVER Wow brook camp near Brevard, N. C., opened the meeting by reading be enjoyed and at 0:00: o'clock
-.,.- ., ., .- has- recentlywon. the following from the first chapter of GaJa lanl. a splendid program will be rendered FINEST SHORTENING SCOCO 1 "b Ctn 4 lb. Ctn 8 lb. Cta
'J KERVES.. camp honors Gloria-was one-of Mrs.'.'L. 0.1/Fyw*!!*, circle leader, followed by a picnic supper at
ten: who scored highest In proficiency gave a lovely re ding called'"How 1:00: o'clock. All'who can are urg- COMPOUND 9c 33c 63c
t in camp work, and was allow Beautiful." d._
,a, ed to attend with well filled baskets -
1RITZ ed a camp trip to Mount Mitchell John Powell sang 'How Beautiful GRANDMOTHER'S-Fresh, Plain or Sliced 14-oz. 18-oz. :21-ot
; THEATRE She was also second In the horsemanship -! Upon The Mountains/\ '
4 r contest and received a'' Others taking part on'the pro- TLER JOINS BREAD 6c 8c lOc
BTARKE FLORIDA for her excellent horseback ,
ribbon gram were-Mrs. Jennie Card Mrs. BASEBALL LEAGUE
riding skill.Farewell .. : G. W. Alderman, Mrs. W. B. Alex (Continued From ,Page,One) DEL MONTE -Dt"UcJoue. Sliced Large No. :2 Can
I PROGRAMS ''i4sill ander and Mrs; R. A. Thomas_

S AUGUST 14 I II PartyA Mrs.: Darby'entertained the light, and after'these skirmishes, PINEAPPLE Large No. 2 can 19c
.
members present with, an accountof the: Grocery boys should be well
i farewell party was given at the many thlrfga she learned at aware that the type of ball playedby
t FRIDAY AUG. inll.i the home of Misses Audrey and the recent assembly.., the Berries Is somewhat differ
i "LITTLE MAN, Vesta; McRae Monday evening. In I ent from the way they play it at EIGHT O'CLOCK "1\11I<< Mellow-Pure Santos
1 honor of Miss Mildred Goodge who Celebrates BiAKdayMr. i the old crossroads.. The Strawberries -
a WHAT NOW" Is leaving for her home' In Plant could be half,as good and still COFFEE Pound 1ge
Margaret Sullavan City after spending a few weeks and Mr..v, ,),{. L. Johns, of look like a wizard team in this .
Ab' Douglass Montgomery I here with-her uncle and aunt, Mr. New; River, gave a birthday party league.: And'It confidence mean. J
and Mrs. W. M. Oliver. Thursday afternoon of 'last week anything, they won't need any-
SATURDAY AUGUST OTII. I UP TO your ear ....waQhtrarra Several games were enjoyed for their little daughter Eloise body else on the field but the bat IONA BRAND
"VQICE IN THENIGHT" every a& higlatesdoa'''throughout the evening, after Jn, celebration;fh) er ninth birth boy. We figure that when Joe TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
Ke wonder yon sna .a*tIe! >d2. ,: to'
J-a which lemonade and cake were Sparkman'gets feeling more at
.nd bark at the ehlldmv" day.For
I Wgtab.pvIr.ves ] J. served. ythrle guests enjoyedgames home we can,release' the rest of the EXTRA TA SPECIALLY CURED
?, Tim McCoy may lead toT ssplu ThoSe present, be ldesth.1h n- on the lawn during the aft-- pitching staff. "Although Daylight CHEESE Pound 19c

SUN.-MON.: AUG.., 18-21 .,.. Nervous Beadaeha. Menfces oree, were Miss Vera-Lee Lewis; ernoon: at the close; of which, refreshments promises to be a strong contender FANCY '
aad ** were served.:Mrs. Johns to the bunting the Berries -
i gedls..tlat 7yft Irene: Lewis, Miss Arsula .cop
"LADIES SHOULD ___ anp......' ., ,I IWQ n Crosby.Miss Miss Rosamae Goodman, was assisted In serving by Miss will be tougher than.twenty ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic' Cans 25c
LISTEN"Cary d&t' 70G '" Dr. :.. Misses Gwendolyn and Ernestine Lena Belle Shepard.' cent steak and are'more than an QUAKER 3411DKETCHUP '
r > 1 .. Nen1IM Tablets "MIas even' bet to waits right through
"SS Miss Edna Lewta, 25c
Grant-Franc.. Drake .. la a haH glass efC7r Buddlngton. and win the second half rag.' 214-oz Bottles
r Edw. Everett Horton wetly makes aM Ruth Lewis, Miss Mary Mott, Miss Circle To Meet RAJAH _
drink de One of the main reasons for the '
TUE3.-WED.! AUG. J8-29 e..... manes. -: Mrs. L. S. Hutto urges all members Berries' good showing is the fact SALAD DRESSING Pt. 15c Qt. 25c
n D IIo'110. Jf.-' Spencer Crawford. Randolph Crosby of the Woodwan Circle to be that they can boast the highest I
a "BORN TO BEBAD" cads L twe fR4.e.d Goldwire Colaon Albert and present Tuesday night. Aug. 28 team batting average. They are at PRESERVED FIGS 32-oz. Jar 33c
J T.blat Both I I James Norman Ottaway Tlllis as there Is Important business to present leading the circuit in club '
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... ..me ..-. ,OUIVOWN '
and Lamar be transacted. ..213.I BLEND
'"" n Merrill ,batting with an average of
Donald McRae.
Lorplta- Young..Cary Grant 11M .. ,... d... .... 21c
.
Edwards, J. R. Mott. O. R. Alva. Among the .300 hitters on the club TEA /Z-lb.Pkg. .

't TU RS.. FRI, AUG. sOon 1 re*, Marcus Conner,. Arthur and KINGSLEY LAKE' CHURCH I are Woodall who la pounding the WHITE HOUSEEVAP.MILK .
){ 4;' IIt- Owen McRae and Mr and ,Mrs. 1 There will be> services at the pellet at a .446 clip. Manaasa, who 17c
"PURSUED"Rosemary'Anre.Vlctor ( W. ) ;;'Oliver. Kingsley Lake Missionary: Baptist fellows with a .382 figure'Jones. .3 Tall Cans

Jory. ( '/Ill/ NhRVINEI I .. i x;' i\ i'' Church at ;; ',o'clock Sunday with .345. Beck with .333. and NUCOA Per Pound l4c
More, than one-maethe morning**,The-taptlsm j scheduledfor Rowell with .310. The Berries are ,
it I shoes mad. 10'the "world'to11933were this Urn ''has''' been postponeduntil picking up both In playing spirit AP BRAND

.. ..,......"/..... ewnnnnnlIwvsnnwIwnnrlnneuwlWnwnwxWnwxwnlawnnwn.wwnw, ., ." "'" "''' '. 'wwWUnwwwnlnMnwmnWnWhlxlnrwnwn' .,.. ''' '''''''''' '' ''.w- produced in the Tinted States. Sunday. Sept. 30. I Ii and In hitting showing more fire GRAPE JUICE Pt.'15c Qt. 27c
than a red hot tamale. .


.r I. t NOTICE ; : I. how! Prices 'Reduced Catchers van The Carter team Stacy is both much Rowell livller indtebed and than Sulli-to a SCOTT TISSUE 2 Rolls I5c


We Have Pureb.-d the Shell Filling Station on Road IS (f.rmf -* warm bottle of beer for- Injecting'
1 -. erly Vlola's' ) and Will Be Pleased to Serve You at Ours)!:i | 4' N'b pep Into a team where it was woefully ENCORE-8PAGIIETTI OR
', L. '1\\ | ., New.Place of BUllln_., 1 shy.-*, bunch of dead ones 5c
"QUICK LUNCHES AND TASTY SANDWICHES who had no more life about them MACARONI 8z.'pq.
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,
than a bottle of soda pop. We all
w mfijf SPECIALTY ; Genuine
Bayer AspirinTins get a big laugh when as we remember -
SHELL GASOLINE AND OILS I I i a team would beat the 'MANDY


P Mr. and I Mrs. Wiimer" Holtzendorf j '' ing has Strawberries about turned It and the but they'd now whole' as go league the screech-tide I.looking ,MEAL Pounds lie

e
of 12 TabletsNOW at the Berries in wonderment .
I ..,..."'.....""'.".......'''...','''''_'''''..........''''''..11.11.. ''' '...._ iWNIYNWIWwwanweYel., .. ."" .ww.enww I t Botri 'ef 24 -like they're a'sevenleggedcow DRY SALT WESTERN (Boneless) I

|*r. Tablet* or something. Wonder why? 14C'

fe, ONLY:: $12-.QQ DON ii MEAT Pound
? a MAIL SCHEDULEEffective
i// Puts. ,a new asphalt roof on your ho_ Be careful I' what '- IONA FLOUR PLAIN'OR SELF-RISING
,1'OO.you: buy.. You should be,able to pot full eonf! dance In ,It. ryM ,
*iJOJlNS.MANVILLE; a That why we aell ROOFINGLet only 1 I South July 15.Bound 1934: 6-lbs. 12-ibs.- 24-lb, 48-lbs-
-
UB measure your roof today and give you full eeUmatae on Train Hall
30c $1.89
"If' both roof and all other repair you may need on our easy pay- No. Closes 55c 99
men* ,I t 11-Parcel Poet..-_.. 8:30 A. M. ? .
107-Letters. Spec. Del_9:40 A.M.
1 PACE 'LUMBER COMPANY ,1-Letters. PcU Post.-6OOPrM: ,. WINNER
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try -.t= North Bound GRITS; l I2c
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JACKSONVILLE, VIA. *.. -'- .. .se. 12-Letters, Pel.'JPost2:30P.M. 5Pod'a :
ALBERT J. IIELIKER SON for Clay'; Bradford -, 108-Letters. Spec. Del5:40P. M.
t Putnam and Representatives!! _, TilE GREAT COMPACTOJ"
Letters.. PcL. PosU6:00: P. M. ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA
OFFICE S1-JJO. ALWAYS ASMUM" NOW WHIM YOU 311T4; .
GREEN BAYIK
1 I COVE SPRINGS, FLA...'TELEPHONE BAY Starke and B U6:50A.M... -
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ArGtTST' 24, 1984 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH;STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIvE Q a :' +
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...... Mr. and Mrs C. F. Boyer and 'Mr: end Mrs. H. C. Wall, Dr. TELLS OF WILD represented as beln' dead Wlsht 4'
son, of Jacksonville, were weekend NAT l SEZ: LiJ I, and Mrs. E. I.. Biggs returned\ GOOSE CHASE I was back in old Kentucky where de.

guests,of ;Mrs. Boyer's parents, home yesterday from a trip to the; \.t'\poft\lnued'\ From,Page; One) folks got sense; them crackers 'J1?

Bits of Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Manning. I sae by the papers that bank Century of Progress exposition In, I don't' know nuthin, But I'm tell- r '
robbers are on,the, rampageagain.. Chicago, and other points of in shYrfin) snags, had their faces you'I'm: 'Jest
terest. scratched by thorns and stung' by ing about dead for a
Miss Reddish has returned Even armored .trucks can't stop
Myrtle -
drink '
now: them ,
galllolppers.: right ; niggers
them when they h ---- ,
home after spending week, in '
At last the clearing was reachedand earning. along, thinking I was dead, !i f
get ready Rev. ;
La1 NeWs' Wlldwood with Mr.and Mrs. W. M. for'p and Mrs. Laurie <3. Ray
Reynolds.Mr. business. ,I was' and,small son, of Fernandina, are the shack showed up ominous- stole my bottle. If you fellers gat(

going to -buy., .! expected to spend tomorrow hereWlth"lfl' ly against the lake. Then-hark any left, gimme some, and I'll let I 'q'", '
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND one of those .' aunts Mrs. J. W. from the tomb-a! doleful voice about it." r .i
and Mrs. John Uglow, Mr. Ray's) you go and say no more l
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN and Mrs. C. F. Ward and :Mrs. W trucks to take j Whiter MIIIsee'\AmeUa and Olive groaned out from behind the There may have been medicine 1I ; a
PROGRESS "I fellers! Don't'You i
I IL E. Bullard were visitors to Jack- my money over.to Ray a stump say you for snake bites along;" but there
the bank fnJ drap' no fire--you hear me! t
sonville Tuesday. ;: was none to spare, and the man
darned muck burns WOl'ller'Dpowder
but I don't think'j' This
tossed coin'
behind the stump was a
'd4
fte has re- "
Jt Corpenlng
I will nowM : .. him to some In the I
L-- Pegs to enable get .
TT D. Vining has gone to Miss Lois Colley left Tuesdayfor I Mrs. little son I notice .that I f tUQled.from Tampa where she visited Each member of the expeditionnow morning i ,
Billy, of Jacksonville, are guestsof the : MrJt.:1 _O, :Mansker and Mrs. i '
Calotte. N. C., to visit relatives New York City, where she will other .day gripped his neighbor's arm undertaker young
The !: a man,
visit her brother, Carr Colley. Mr. and. Mrs. W.,jM. Struth. at there were 701.,1 PraaK.'CaJ-teri I *While there Mrs. not In terror, of course: but In as : ,
.. .was'. painfully Jovial for 'one of his pro i
enter-
KlnfSleV''"""'ke OOO people at..aT.ball :: deepening1 delightfully tonishment. The sheriff, being the ; W'It '
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Plant
T ; City, -- .ooJ. "!of. tained at several Informal parties. fesslon, put himself at the head of
FTWaYrvisiti frlenda.r ..... game between: the Detroit TIgers ex-officlo bravest man in the : '
Wasrhere r: .
; Beautiful $10.00 Aladdin vow the procession, commanded "Hik.r"and ;
i ,
,' Mrdr w i2te.. .}1YlNz. of Jack'i7onvnlo and th. New'York Yankees, crowd, shouted back, "Who-'-who '' ,
homeward' ,
marched
lamp to be given' free. Ask they alone'the
away that's too Mr.'arul'iWr: ;: ; At! J. nyais andchiIdr'enUra in the h-11 are ?" r
;" ts' hire'igting her sla bigcrowdf! come out : you : 'oh '
and' then the
Mrs. W. A. Bonham us for detail*-Brad/tut! Bud"areComJMU1y. canal bank ,
and
and Wednesday. ters, Mrs F. B..Johns and Mrs. WH < and see. our ball; games /some time, ; ,. E. M. Prlngle "Hit's for me to ax what you "Peggy"' track. When they reached i,
Jacksonville daugbee ,':ItPat'Srait' 111 It's not crowded ;
near so ,
were ,. Green. of Farm ; mean a-bothering a Inoffenslble i the car, the blistered hands and in l
-- Mrs. OU 8 dtyger the State "
This weather 'makes this answered the voice
Jti
me think man way the up-hill grade made the members ,
We curry In stock both galvanbd Mrs. Dale Vansickle spent last of that new now and 111)1) Agin:( of Starke are spend- from the stump. "What's the s ,
tiresome'walk home 4 ,
out
and bronze wire cloth-Brad- week at Swan Lake visiting Mrs. Mrs Bruce Norman and children called! ,"I Ain pOf.ular'song t Lazy, I'm: .Just ing.tewefc' : at the William's cottage great idear, anyway roo"ThIl'Y prefer a .
; to a railway ride. The hand car +d
ford l Hardware Company. S. JU Scruggs. here,this of Jacksonville week visiting, have Mrs. Norman's been- Dreamln." Only it's the) other\ way ,, '-ozr.''J _Kip_L-l gel4Y! _; .,_Lake-BJLfc fc told us you were dead," I I I was lifted off the track, and when 1A

i Mrs. Annie Richard. with me. But''in .spite of the hot :" Eva last elucidated the chief of the party. the trailer was found It was also
W, >E. Bryant returned Tuesdayfrom Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- i mother weather- Mlss ,1cko'rreturned- N. "Dead, your granny) That's an- removed from the Irons and the
train Wilmington C.
White Springs 'where he gate have spent the past ten daysin i Mrs. F. B. Johns returned Sat- WE UtE (A>SING: OUT ALL where Friday she spent two weeks, the, other" 'darned lie they've told about coffin flung Into the ditch. The y''
"Doc. "Can't fel-
past week. Jacksonville with relatives. me, retored a
the undertaker ,the latter vicious
a -
gave
pent Jacksonville where she SUMMER: GOODSMEN'S
urday from : guest of Mrs. Margaret Johnson
ler git drunk and take a snooze:
kick after which he tried to
was the guest of her daughter, and Mrs. Mildred Corbin WhileIn 'l '
without beln' slandered and mis-
Miss Ruby Vann of Madisonwas Mrs. J. T. Moore and son, George Mrs R. V. Turaer.: ; Wilmington. Miss' Rigdon attended cheer the company by singing "We v *
the week-end guest of Miss, Bobby; of Plant City, were visitors here I" TRAWS I 'the '4-H Club picnic at won't go home till morning." And

Connley. Saturday. L. Reynolds, of Raleigh, N.C., ; '68c White Lake. I Rev; and Mrs. C. B. Price Mrs 1.0 ends the history of the wild I '

spent last week here with his wife, ., .. "I) left last week for Mrs. Elizabeth I f!' Mrs. Q. A. Anderson Miss Frances .
Billy Graham Addison Harris and mother-in-law. ;'CC,v. B. M. Montgomery and
Barber
Raleigh, N. C., where be has 'accepted : Shoj Johns. Miss Marjorie McMillan returned Hemingway, Miss Pauline Priest, One gram of radium contains '
has moved next door to
Eachels.
LADIES''SHOES Miss Hazel Crews, Miss Fannie enough power to lift a"28.000-ton
a position. i Saturday from Camp Echochoka-
Pay 1111 a vlttlt. Miss Pearl Reddish,. Mr. and 1.39 tee, near Orange Park, where they Silcox, Miss Clarice Gill Miss Eth- battleship 100 feet In the air ar

junior McDonald has returnedfrom Mrs. ,B. W Curry Mrs William attended an elementary gatheringof el Moore, Hugh' Walters and Julian'
"
a week's visit with relatives Mrs. .Max ,Wimberly .returned Lentz and little son, all of Jack- ,the young'people of, the Methq-, ;GrlffIs rettrned last Thursday It is not desirable to cultivate a
Wednesday from DeLand, where hero with .from eLand where they attended respect for the law, so much.. for "
In Stuart. sonville, spent Sunday dlat Church, who |Jive in the north-
she visited relatives.Mr. Mrs. I. J. Reddish. Men's Wash Pants the Baptist Assembly the right.-Thoreau.
Mr. and ern and eastern'. pattf. ;,th! state, I
Mrs J. K. Kickliter, Jr., and T.-y >pt$#(. .

children, of Jacksonville, Is spending and Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned Mr. and Mrs. N. a. Adams, of $1.39LADIES' q. 'P. Curtis!, ot'Winter'Haveri'. ,
this week here with .friends. Sunday from.Tampa'where Tampa, were visitors here Fri- Is'expected to come tomorrow to

they visited her parents, Mr. and day. Mr. and Mrs. Adams were, visit his brother-in-lavy'andsister,
Miss Hazel Lee Baird, of Gaines- Mrs. A. C Durden. enroute to Atlanta, where they will HATS Miv. and Mrs...' W. 0."Halle.: Mrs.

yUle, has been visiting Mr. and spend .their vacation.Mrs. I Halle and son, Jack, will accompany Special Demonstration
Mrs. Sam Dell at Klngsley Lake. Mrs. Paul "E. Canova 'and son 69c : Mr-Curtis to visit relatives in '

Paul III, spent Saturday and Sun- It. C. DuBois:an''d'7bIJdren I ,?, RaUodge and ,Atlanta, Ga., leaving.
Addtaon & Harris Barber Shophu day In Ocala with; her mother, left this week for Cross City where Try a pair of here1' Sunday morning.
moved' next: door to Rachel Mrs. D. F. Flowers: they wU.| make. their home. Mr FRIDAY and SATURDAY ;4rb.

Pay on a visit. DuBols has been employed there Munsinffivear Panties Rev. and Mrs Blanchard D.Law, '. ,, ,
TLXr. and'Mrs.Edward: 'Bums and for some time. and sea what"- you've.missed of Miami, spent the past week here lit! of n'tSliver's
Mrs. Clifton Brown spent the niece, Miss Elizabeth Craig, left 49cIT with Mr., and Mrs. A. E. Wall. Mr.
past ten days In Jacksonville with Sunday for a visit, with relativesIn Miss Noreen Hicks, who is an Law was at one time pastor of

her sister, Mrs J. D. Boring. Dallas, Texas. employee of Bryant's Cafe, left PAYS ,TO' BUY AT the First Baptist hu rbb here and

I, this week for Jacksonville Beach his old friends were glad to again : Best Flour
Miss Alberta Canova, of Jack- "Mr.; and .Mrs. Lloyd J. Green where she will enjoy, two weeks ; greet him He Is now pastor cjf

sonville, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. ,Mrs. P. M. Barefoot,:,Juanita and vacation. STEINBERG'SStarkcFldrida the Lemon City Baptist Church of .
,
.
Emma Canova. Sara; Barefoot: spent. Monday in Miami. rut t ..

Jacksonville.. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and nephew, ,, '
Restr
R. G. KIM expects to leave to- Tommy Ritch, left Tuesday for Rev. and Mrs. J. .W.,Austin,and You Have Tried. The .t
morrow for a vacation to be spent Mr. and Mrs. D.'P. Carpenter returned Balsam, N. C., where they will Join Rev, and Mrs. E. L. Hollady are I '... t
I!In Richmond, Va., with his parents.Do home Monday after a tripto Mrs. Thelma Johns and daughter, Mr. and Mrs: C. F. War had as expected today (Friday) as guests; Now Use The BEST \

North Carolina and a visit to Gloria Johns. their 'guests last week bl.'dau&hi of Rev. and Mrs. B. M,1 Montgomery. 6 6TIPTOP

your screening now while you the World's CFalr',..In 'Chicago.Miss i ters Mrs. "W.'TO. Bullard of Plant Mr. and Mrs. Austin are en-
ran get free labor. Let us furahh Little Frances White, who spent City, and "Mrs. Raymond Kitchens route to thel rhome in Bowling GROCERY
the screen-Bradford Hardware Lois Colley, of Winter Haven last week here with her grandparents of Marietta Ga.:' They 'also bad Green after a vacation spent in

Company. came last Thursday and Is Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alder- as guests Mrs. 'Mayes Ward and WaynesvUle, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. ,
spending awhile with'her parents, returned-Monday to her homein Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ward of Hollady are enroute to their home

Miss Kitty Hogsed has returnedfrom Mr. and Mrs.,W. A.; Colley.. Tallahassee. Marietta:. Several of Mr... Ward's In Bushnell after a visit in Greensboro -

a visit with her aunt ..Mrs.K. grandchildren :were also visitors. N. C. r"
R. Lane at Jacksonville Beach. Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. O. Struth and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and --- -
'- children;: of :Jacksonville';'were at daughters, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, mmmmmmfiHmmmmfi fHHfiimmfHfmM fmmTip y .

W. M. Walnwrlght. and Paul E. Klngsley'Lake Friday visiting Mr. returned home Friday from Daytona r..

Canova left Sunday ;for.a vacation and::Mra. 'W"H., 'Struth. Beach, whore, they visited Mr.

trip to New York city. and Mrs. Rufus Tatum and other : SUGAR,5 Ibs., .2Sc ,
Miss Isabel :Fernandez \has ire- relatives.

MlHS Bevery Cady returned Wed- turned, home after spending two
Top Grocery
nesday from Jacksonville where months abroad la Madrid and oth- Mrs. P. M.13 retoof and daughters TENDER GARDEN 1,

one visited Miss Helen Eawood. er points of interest in Spain. Juanita and Sara, returned A
last Friday from Grand Rapids, PEAS

Rev. and Mrs.,, W. F. Jones, of Mr. and Mrs.'V. B..Harwell have Mich., where they visited Mrs. v, 1 OC

Ortega,,ware gueets FrIday of Mr a moved from their home north of Barefoot' sister. :, Mrs Frances ;.4.; LARGE CAN ?.__ ", ,
and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Starke to the A. E. Wall house on Parker. t -STARKE: (Service and Satisfaction), FLORIDAIISTAPLE : ,t

-- East Call St. MAPES

Emory Guy of Crescent: -Ctty:, Mr. and .Mrs. S. C. Carnell and I AND FANCYCOCERIES:
spent Saturday aid:; Sunday with Dr: .and .Mrs.W. B. Parks .and two sons, who have been visiting TOMATOES

Woodfln! Haile. family are spending 'a week at Mra Carnell's. parents. .Mr. ADd

'- Kingsley Lake occupying one of Mrs. Fred .A..Scott. returned to Specials: Friday and Saturday Augu t t24 and 25 2 No. 2 Cans _15c33C Jr
Mrs. Doris Cameron and .little Mrs. Flora B.Cadys.ccattagei. heir home in Ormond Sunday aft- ,

daughter, WUlene, of Jacksonville ernoon.
rF
pent the week-end At the :homeof Mr. Mrs. H. ,A. Bishop and '

H. E. Lagergren and family., children.Mary Harriet, Harold Jr. Mrs. S..P,.VandlvJue and son, .Garden Fresh Fruits & Vegas. BROOKFIKLDCHEESE. tAR D '

and Nina spent Tuesday ,In> Jacksonville. Pitner, who have spent a week
here with her .parents, Mr. and Lb. 19c 4 POUNDS.ti.
Large Head LETTUCE: each lOc ,
.
Mrs. G. W.-Alderman, returned t
CENT A WORD Mrs. W.E.MlddletoA.andMiss-; Tuesday to JPensacola:: to Join Dr 'BEST CREAMERY BEST WHITE

es Madge,, and Hazel .Mlddleton Vantuvleie.l Large, Beautiful CELERY"Ea.-lOc lkl4cOCTAOON '

were visitors to Jacksonville BUTTER Lb. 30c. BACON $i
COLUMNFOR ,
Thursc2ay. Mias Marjorie Cooke returned to NO. LONG ISLANDPOTATOES _... ,

SALE:-Good mule, Acme her home In Haynes City yesterday 10 Ibs. 17c ''
harrow and several plows also Miss Madeline Hazen,..of Brooker -' after'' spending three weeks here -- "" --- PACKAGE SOAP OR,

79' acre farm. Mrs. E. M. Thomas. who is a member of the Lawtey with her cousins, Rev and Mra. B. GoldenRipeBANANAS,3Ib..1OC
2f.2tp School faeulty.was; a wisttor: here M. ;Montgomery- MACARONI 5c Powder, 5f for lOc ;


FOR SALE-Good, gentle far'; Saturday. Mrs. R. A. Gahagan, of Savan Texas'Yellow: ONIONS, lb. ,..- ,.,-Sc PALMOLIVE: },
mule, $6 .00. See me at myone Mrs. T. F.1 Landrum JM pd little nah. Ga., is her visiting her brother TABLdtl ** : I r I
2 miles west of Graham. Ml''.. Mel, left Sunday Ser Inverness and sister-tn-law, Mr. and Mrs. '
daughter
..fen Padgett Brooker Fla. ItpFOR where they will v.tbt
SALE:-Jersey cow", freshen tlves for several weeks. PowetL 01 .
Sept. 5, Sound ear corn, Tae peru Slancbard D. Canadian Yelloir Turnips, lb. _3Vz JANE QOODB SALAD _
A. M Richard'is spending Rev. and Mrs.

>.hel J. Pattee to lots, Starke of 5 bushels, Fla. or more.ItpreR !several Mrs. days with her daughter. Law, of :Miami, and ;Mr. and Mrs. Calif.'Se !dle GRAPES lb. ___ _7c. KITCHEN .. Boxes* 15c n
Dressing PL
Crystal Scott were dinner: guests :
A.
011
Mrs. K. B.'Norman.' Wilbur MATCHES lOc_ _; :
SALE OR RENT-New five Lake. '* Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. FredA! ,

room bungalow, electricity, war. ,Scott .
large lot garage, cheap. JrfrLF"win Gerald Mlddleton has returnedto _
p. o. Box No. 112. Law- Columbia. S.'C. after spending :Mrs.W.B. Alexander and daughter nAteY 61bs.27c 121bs.49c STIVER'S BEST'' "

ey his.vacation here with his parents. Miss Wilma, Hiss .Isabel Fer- |1* .-. ; '

Dr., and Mrs. W. XL Mlddleton. nandes and nieces. Fay and<< Mary F.t'"O'UR SELF.RISINjB > ells 33cj; 12 Ibs. 63c |
CALLING
CARDS any size I Alice Yarborough, visited friendsIn : _
FRESH MILLED
-00 for 50; $1.50 for 10O.' Mono- Mac Davis recently: left. for Ft. : Hampton Sunday. 24ib94c, ,

trammed stationery 100 sheets Screven Ga., where be win enter, .I AT ROME '24Us.' $i.l7.iil 1

IDO 100 envelopes, 9X79.Bradford the R. O. T,"C;, camp for two Mr. and Mrs. J. U Brlggs and : '__! -. .
-ounty Telegraph. Phone 29., .tt.F'OR weeks.> children John and Betty have returned -

> to their home In Jacksonville 1
RENT;Furnished apartment milUUB. UKAIMRICE5H
Mr. and Mrs. Z--J. Roberts and after spending two week at '
on lower floor. Privaterch '
, TIP't! TOPS Fm'MUff
spent the Lake s22c
"> and entrance-living room son. Alton of Hastings .KlngsUy 1
kitchen sleeping and bath. week-end In Starke with Mrs. Roberts MiiiUtJJll7.1
.r"". F. H. porch Itp"OR ,father O. A. Gardiner I Mrs..W. H, Hart :Mrs. Sam Aa- ;, ; ,
Long. : I'Mr erson and children. Lyle and Janet FANCY BEEF LIVER..,____..,.2 Pounds 25eLAMB

RENTFurnished apart'meat .and Mrs.W. &. Telvington ,'returned Thursday from Nor- 1'nrt"C't'h29') (;.1." '" ;y x,

with private bath. Garage sad son, Billy of Hastings spent cheater, S. C:, wner they visited SHOULDER. 8TEW.._;>__Pound ,17c > p'roach No;'2 can 16c(

r;:. F. A. Scott, Phone M; Starke, Sunday In Stark with' ,Mr.: and Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mra Ralph 'CHIPPED .BEEF''SpeeW"..'t;,___.Poand 30c ]. ROVSII. .. "I .4- ; '

_ .;ftp. Hrs. O A>Gardiner. Turner. t rg CaaPIMENTO Prepltrect"

OFFICE *t n i SPiCED..CO. p.jBE.;;. F...__ kPptlad'35c,..., 'Asparagus Prunes, 2 cans__ISc
r SUPPLIES; Typewrlt- Mlsa Lois CoDe,'of Winter Haven Mrs. Emma'Canova, Mlse Bun- .r ill .- '. 'It"-"f: ''" Tips 15c '
arbors ribbons,adding machine ribbon, has been enjoying a visit herewith ate Canova,, Miss Martha Powell, IGIIEEB: 'F"1 paEAD. ry,,JJ7e .f Cocoa 21b '
paper typewriter paper, R. Q. Kldd and S. R. Jf J 11.0 can __20c, vl
Pkg. 5
!ding' her parents,.:Mr. and Jofn..W.A. Glen Wood, 8wiff.' PREMIUM,FRANKS }Poend"20af" ----- c '
machire paper second afur.pendtnlr' ; : .
; Johns. Jr., returned Sunday ,,, t '- r
heeta on sale 't the Bradford Colley. week at Kingsley Lake .l 15e" Kellar'' 3, .. Coconut, pkg.'I{r; jiu:5Vanilla. :. :
a SUMMER SAUSAGE,:_.,*._ ;:,-.Ea. .e : ; /:::; :
9.my Telegraph' officer. _Phone., HaD, Surrency off Tampa la et: the Hull cottage. T.OOH .S1'BAK..Pound 334 Corn Flakes, 15c t+J
u.vwTED -
here'with : Pure 'o JOe '
- ___ pending several days ;
,
TO UY-ptne and his i uncle an daunt. Mr.and Mra.'. ''Rev. Bl ncbarcS.D. Law,.of Miami BEEP STEW;'RIB OR'BRISKET Pound 12'/c' Stttbir etl.aCoffee :
pi[
bllldwOOd Barefoot. preached her Sunday morning Pound J t9 Tooth Fields
. < .taa'T5>r Umber suit- P.. M. c .Se ,
ble for ,..... at the Flfst;Baptlst Church. As SAUSAGE Pound 17c .
veneer Vxka., 'Will pay Cellophane Package _. -- ... ,
w,cash: if price !Jm rich.'Give full Mr. and Ura. W.'Al!;: Scott have Mr. Law was at one time a popes Large Fancy ...ma :; :I ,
,. cottage, on lar pastor of''thU church, his "1'- LEG O'LAMB ... ., PovKd 25e Fish1 "
In "T'ertBgi. ', address.akem moved' into the Quigley --:- -" -- Brooms '.each' :39c'' lb. ISc
: appreciated ty s ,,, :AwT 'ref : 'roar- : ..:.. : can._. : ;;!
!1.. t. BeB toe P. 0. Box 1W: the corner, of Cherry ,and South 1 moB WM greatly
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rAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAV. AfGrar 21.19Rt


-w State And Nation I' State Treasury CEMETEKV WORKING NOTICE' OP E'
Hints To Housewives There will be a working at Beu-

a 1 July Crop ReportShowers Has Big Balance lah Cemetery in Clay County next I, W. E. Mlddi ton, mayor ot

) I I Tuesday August 28, and all per- Starke Florida by virtue
Weekly! from Home Demonstration of the
sons interested are requested to
have distributed authority vested
been unevenly In
SECTION me by
FARMERS Tallahassee TALLAHASSEE: The annual the
Specialists during'July and some sec- be present and help beautify' the do hereby call an election law
statement of the State Treasury to 1e
tions of Florida have been in need I grounds. held at the city hall |In the
shows a balance of $$3,788,448 In afore
Conducted by Demonstration Agents CLEANING FLOORS of water for crops during the ; saId town by the qualified
all funds on June 30. 1934 as-compared voters
,,
Floor cleaning offers a ,real month of July in most sections, "Opportunity knocks, but it does on Tuesday September 11,
problem, first in the nature of the however rainfall,has been above to 2538137.84 on June 30, 1 not guarantee to wake a man froma for the purpose of electing the 1934,

:..>1o dirt to be removed; second in the normal and as a'' result hay crops ,1933. sound sleep.-Anon. lowing officers: tol
.
kind of surface to be cleaned. and pasture have done well but' Treasury, revenues for the fiscal One mayor;
'
re' I Think of the variety of dirt thereIs which ended June 30 were
cotton yields have been affected by year "Accustom yourself to attempt Three aldermen;

RURAL Vegetable Growers to be removed! Grit be sweptup the excess moisture Other field listed at $$35,643.099,with Treas- those things which you despair to One clerk, treasurer, tax

May Get Emergency dust to bo lint to be crops average fairly well for the ury disbursements of $34,392- perform.'-Marcus Aurelius. sessor and tax collector. as
gathered, mud to be mopped. Then 788.73.
COMMON SENSE state as a wholeV: Prospects for One marshal.
Loans On Fall CropGAINESVILLEFlorida there are so many floor surfaces MPBCItl! MASTKR'S SALE
citrus The statement showed general Inspectors of
are better-than a year ago. Notice la. hereby given that under said election: R. A,
w SPUDS JOHNSON -plain wood floors, painted floors. fund of $5.811.365.86 that final' decree rendered, Newlome WillIam
) By Truck crops are about aU harvested revenue receipts certain by Agln
varnished floors, waxed and polished with disbursement of $5,- Hon. A. Z. ,Adklna .. Judge or the Ah'arez. Vincent
andpreparations are being ,
vegetable Circuit Court of Bradford County,
floors. And there Is
4 HOME-LIVING FARMERS growers may now obtain Just as made for the coming crops 49198439. The balance remaining Florida In Chancery, In that certain In testimony whereof I hereunto
FLORIDA loans great a Variety-of floor coveringsrugs Staple, Crops at the close of the fiscal year in cauae therein pendltih-", num- subscribe my name and
LOCATING IN
production cause
emergency crop carpeta of all textures from bered 830 and wherein Frank Rled- the
t DESERVE HELPING HAND I for this fall's crop under a set-up fiber to and different The state corn..: crop averages this fund was $631,519.19, againsta man In complainant and Arthur seal of the said town to be here.
velvet Wood et al are defendant, the undersigned -
balance June 30 1933 of $312- unto affixed this
the
under which 8th
similar to the one grades of linoleum. better than for either of the two Special Master on Monday day ot
Florida-bound travel is reported loans were made last spring.. This preceding years although some 1462. the Brd day of September, A. D. 1034, August, A. D. 1934.
All of this cleaning simplifies itself during the legal hour r>f sale and at
from numerous sources as heavier Is possible due to an amendment when and correctly de- acreage has been lost from heavy Principal Items listed under're- the south. door of the County CourtHouse W. E. MIDDLETON, Mayor.
regarding emergency loans announced proper rains in North and North-Central ceipts, in the various Treasury at Starke, Floridawill Hell Attelt-
is at this
than season.
customary signed tools are used. A good to the highest and beet bidder for
the Farm Credit Ad-
by Florida. The Is now forecastat funds were:
crop each. the following premises situate CARL
While it doubtless Is true that a brush set handles each of these JOHN City Clerk.
ministration. AH for
applications 6,573.000 bushels compared with One mill school tax $452,744.42, In Bradford County Florida, to-wit:
goodly portion of the Incoming loans, however must be in before problems quickly and efficiently. 5,384,000 bushels In 1933. Oats are All of the NW 4 of SI5V4 of Sec 28. 8-10i5t, ,9.Ti
I traffic l is composed of Florida folks A mop averts the moat tiring kind pensions $1,393.68062 Federal aid Twp 6 S R 22 B., lying emit. of
? September 15. forecast at 91,000 bushels compared State road Alligator Creek: the canal along the
J road fund $5,473,744.05 ,
from to the NorthIn of cleaning-scrubbing on the
returning trips bed of said creek being the, line, and I
Loans be made to the with 80,000 bushels a
may up year ago. license fund (gasoline taxes) $6- ;
many cases earlier than had hands and knees. containing eight ((8) acres more or "
agfregate of $250 for all emergency Hay crops average slightly better :529420.40, general inspection fund ,less; together with the tenement,
been because of the
r anticipated crop loans If the amount is for Storage Space than a/year ago with an estimated : $587,33091, free school textbooktax hereditament and. appurtenancesthereto
rt, ex t rem." l y h o t wen" th"er "encoun t"erea d One great need in our home improvement ; belongingA.
will have to production of tons
$150 .
over growers 43,000 compared fund $297,58106, county school S CREWS
perhaps greater part repre- work is more storage An Master In Chancery.
show that the loan has been re- with 37,000tons in 1933. fund $4,039,86073, State road distribution Special
sents out-of-the-state visitors. KNIGHT' & KNIGHT
jected by the Production, Credit space; storage space helps the Sweet potatoes,;Wth a smaller fund (gasoline taxes) $6- Attorneys for Complainant;
A In a considerable degree these Association. nerves of women. If we have a acreage are expected to produce a 52942040. State Racing Commis- 8-173t8-31| |

1i Northern tourists arriving recently The largest amount that can be place for everything and every- larger crop with the present forecast sion $1,072,56520, and beveragestaxes Take notice that unaemlgned will t-
have been seeking relief from borrowed acre on commercial thing In its place. good housekeepIng of 1,680,000 bushels comparedwith Hell at 1 o'clock on September 3rd, ,
excessive heat attracted by widely per will be practiced dally. More $492,167.95.Principal A. D. t9!.. at public auction for
bushels
1,470,000
truck is where fertili- a year ago.
$25 the courthouse at
crops cash at county
closets should be added to the Items listed under dIs-
circulated reports giving the
Tobacco and
zer and spray materials are used, production Is turning out Starke Florida that mortgage
facts concerning the relatively low house with nice shelves and a rod about like last bursements in the various funds indebtedness aa appears by mortgage -
with estimated
and less if these materials are not year an recorded In mortgage book 4
temperatures and cooling breezes on which to hang the coat hangers. were: iTAfu
used. White potato growers may production of 4,857,000 nn page 439 of public, record of etJIfclba
that Florida offers. Homeseekersalso Where it is difficult to put shelving pounds compared with 4,822,000 One mill school tax $452,100.12 Bradford County Florida. Mrs !Maud t
borrow to $27 acre where
up per
Brownlee and Mrn. Dea Week
are coming in substantial fertilizer and spray or dusting ma- in a closet, shelving may be pounds harvested from the crop of pension fund 960458.19 Federalaid Wilson aa Admlnliitratrlcea of the

numbers, and hi many communities erlala are needed.In added without marring the walls 1033. Flue-cured tobacco from: the road fund $5,405,550.31 State Estate nt W. T. Week.., deceased.
q Inquiry for properties which by having a ladder to fit each end 5.3-et-8.81
: present crop la now being sold at road license fund (gasoline taxes)
may be acquired has strengthened making the loans, care will betaken of the closets spacing the steps prices substantially above those of 6446.45, general inspection fund
? to see that the land Is suit as want the shelving spaced,
noticeably. you a year ago. 534993.08, free school textbook IF YOUR Selectos the
ed to the In question, and
crops then cut the shelves to fit snugly fund $219,598.31. school
drouth-stricken county
Farmers in the
Y that there is reasonble chance of be United States never Sold or less than
and It will not to /
necessary fund ( State road distribution
West $4,035,66066 -
sections of the North and as ,
market for them. Officials have Crop prospects in the United
a
resent lookIng nail them. This leaves shelves easily fund (gasoline taxes) $6530,557.66 ,- BREATH HASA lOc. Yon
rule proposals
a may announced that the general pray removable for cleaning or movng. States declined nearly 11 per cent Commis- now can buy

to their forcible removal en Ice will be to make loans only during July as a result of contlnued State Racing the aatne size and quality
Into where climatic sion fund $1,049,848.55, and bev-
masse regions ,
Is for successful I' drought and recordbreakinghot
where there a chance a _
-
t'htl conditions are less exacting. Individual crop and in conformitywith weather according'to the Au- erage tax fund $501,952.17. SMELL YOUCAN'T for 5c _Jujtthink, long

families among them nevertheless practices approved by the HAMPTONMlM gust estimates of the Crop ReportIng Receipts of the various funds Havana and imported to ;

will be voluntarily lookIng State Agricultural Extension Service .. Ala N......... Correspondent Board of the United States De- sire credited as disbursements when
.- for homes In areas where rainfall p Brtment of Agriculture. GrowIng the money Is allocated to the varI- FEEL WELL bacco for only 5 stet
Mrs. Mattle M. Ward is visiting
Is and
comparatively constant note will be taken i In Starke this week Sh'e is the conditions are poor practically ous sources for which it has been on a FLOR de lliEtfiA
,eta the summer period reasonably en Promissory everywhere except along the Atlantic designated by the Legislature. The 'W1ont we ea. too. acueh. our food deeps
durable. Thousands of them for the loans, and they will be pay guest; of her daughter, Mrs. L. A, la our boweia Oar r....... BexM this them
are State road license fund Is for .. t get t
Coast, In the eastern Cotton sup deny. enanlnso* W am mouth .... Mlljttod your
first mort-
thinking of Florida in this connec- able April 1,' 1035. A Pringle.Mrs. Belt and In the Pacific Northwest port of the State Road Department ........ W. feel the potanei of tMa,
will also be taken on the crop kor. It ...kr us ioney ever ught. ;
tion. gage M. L. Andreu of Leesburg dear all owes- oar
In that Includes mostof the State road distribution .
: a large area gMuefcy ud s zeal far ...rtklnr.wbM
-r
jW Acquisition by the state of self- to be planted.The Is visiting her parents Mr. and Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, fund goes to the counties the RacIng asks tile feed.aaa>t.the....-? I.Lewis Char Mfg.C*.Malun

sustaining farm population from county loan committees of Mrs. T. M. Hagan. Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakotas, Commission fund goes to the well. ..... w st too .seesh. our bile... Newark, N.J.
the of Flora- iellee.n' ....... I& w.M tile bile lid. r .
elsewhere will be an excellent thing local citizens, who handled Rev. J. A. Mullady and some adjoining portions of Arkansas counties, the beverage tax goes Into It U. the am* .Mal ....-.. Jalee .a our 1

for Florida. Farmers headed this oans last spring will handle the home, preached at the Christian IlK-ola: Iowa, Minnesota, the general revenue fund the body. UahM 1 plat of H .. dowlas tram a.to'l Je

way mostly are of the type who fall loans, and field supervisors Church last Sunday morning and Montana, Colorado and New Mexico general inspection fund goes to the our Her ita teas rat oa bard> bawls sod oDaadpatadaad oiorr day. mrionem

1r have been sent complete regular evening.Mrs. .. food ...,.. i. oar SS fee ae
of
pay greater attention to products all growing crops and pastureswere department of Agriculture, the %" s.r
.....
A, enabling them to "live-at-home" Ions and sufficient applicationsfor W. P. Blrt and son, W, M. seriously hurt and most of Federal aid road fund is used for ear bowel body Tali vary Meg ala ntaratea.Whan tunnel. all om

than to cash crops. Vast acreages loans. Blrt, of Gainesville were the the corn was scorched beyond re- construction of highways the oar frlenda moM mr lied V. ath MELBAOUNKSYILJUB 1JIleClGAB
1
guests of Miss Ada Nimmo this (but w* drat> ... wo foal JIb wUMMdtwacat. .
.
be cul-
could Into
of land here put covery. In the southern section of county school fund goes to the don't. na> a mautawath. or tab. a
{, tivation by them without notablyenlarging GUM BRANCH week. this area some early corn made counties, and the pension fund laxctl_ dot at ta* __ Tmko CaiwJT*.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Brown Little Uwr PUta wbleb witl s art tbo
any output already raised ears before the drought became severe to Confederate veterans and .
goes
.. ... Mr.Brown's Bow at wor btk. flea, If; onyrtMaisl
been =
C
in quantities ample for the supply Mien KIlMbeth Har ae have recently visiting and around the outer marginof their widows. ttW faToflUvd .r:tssusry pure:Yi. : j/ye ;:
sister Mrs. Ivle Johnson i It mar .. a wk. )
of all markets. Tax burdens this area ther are some yields Revenues handled In the Treas- ripM. "d **. '
m and Mrs. Charlie Hersey, of loom both "lidg 'I'U
will,be,lightened and other benefits Mr. of Gainesville. which escaped serious damage but are listed under 124 various Id amny pwdio." Ask for Cartaf. ..LtMoIJw / CANDY 00. d
Jacksonville, were the:, dinner Mr. Wiley Edmondaon and famly ury Pllta aam ...s i.tip4.G.l.fo. ...* IMuk
I derived from the success of most of this area corn has '
over GatlnctnrUi Ha, DtetrUxnar tt
funds. .
for *f.Cby
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of Graham were the guests of t
S' newcomers. reached the tasselllng stage without -
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Sunday. I friends and relatives here this e-- u
P Welcome well may be extended, forming ears and In many
therefore In every case' where It Miss Stella Ricks of this sec- week. fields the corn Is drying. up before b
Ion Is spending a while with Mr. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and 0aw'
> that the interest in obtaining more than a small fraction of the
appears Florida, farm home Is on the and Mrs. A. J. Underbill. daughter, Miss Wilma, of Starke, usual yield of fodder has been pro- .

% part of an outsider who will become Mrs. L. L. Conner and daughter were visiting here last Sunday. duced. The total corn crop for all ,
I' Mrs.' Edith Hutchlnsonwere visitng They[ were formerly residents of ", i!
is estimated as
., a desirable citizen and neigh- purposes now equi-
L bor. Advice and cautionary coun- Mrs. H. H. Keene Sunday af- our town and have friends here valent to 1,607,108.000( bushels

:& should be /sincerely and graolously'forthcoming l- rnoon, who are glad to see them. compared with 2,343,883,000( bushels hL
fiiv set and Rev. F. M. Taylor preached at
whenever they Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp produced last year and an av-

zy are sought In the proper spirit. Miss Elna Conner were the guestsof Graham last Saturday and Sun erage of 2,518,307,000 buahels. c 1 mt

Mr and Mrs. Frazier Shaw of day.Mrs. .
t the State Farm, Sunday afternoon.Mr. C. A. Blrt and children attended '' I a C
F About 1100 planetoids, or little -
"Agriculture needs not less science and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and preaching at Graham last planets are known to astronomersat G a

in its, production but. more Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarboroughwere Sunday.The the time. --'A 1 sll

science In its economic life.. -Hon. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M., U. of the Hampton present f / .
Henry'' A. Wallace. afternoon. Church will a general -
H. H. Keene Sunday Baptist serve
Incendiary, fires in the United .
Miss Louise Sapp and J. R. Kelly chicken supper at the City Hall States cost approximately $200 AND UP. I..Of,,".oJ. a
> CHANGE IN SCHEDULE'Southb were the guests of Miss Dorothy next Friday evening, beginning at7p.m. minute the around.MALARIA. Si* -'N..InwrflueM.*'..".

r untl Sapp, of 8tarke. Sunday afternoon.Mr. per gear.... 14M. F'"S ._,..,..i k.319.d4aWet.,>..'.'lOW" eel rdnleSIk.lkSP.i'

A No. 1-Due Starke 10:57: P. M. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw of The proceeds will be used for Prkar ..._..",- ""---
No.' 11 due Starke 8:37: A. :M. the State Farm were visiting relatives purchasing song books for the

,No. 107 due Starke''' 9:57: A. M. In this section Thursday church. Everybody Is invited.Mr. .

Northbound afternoon. Grady Brown of West Flor-

No. :2-Due Starke 6:08: A. M. Mrs. Erwin Norman was the da, spent the week-end with his

i No. 12 'due ,Starke 2:47: P., ,M. guest of Mrs. H. H..Keene and Mrs. parents> Mr. and Mrs. Z. Brown.G. Speedy Relief of Chill

No. 108-Due Starke 6:01: P. M. Ellen Johnson Sunday.We W. Hinson who has been un- WORLD'S LOWEST PRICE 7..

Starke And Wannee Branch are sorry to report that J. der the treatment of physicians for and FeverDon't

No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A.M.: N. Norman Is on the sick list at several weeks has many friends
Arrives Starke 1:50 P.M. this time. We wish him a speedy and throughout the county let Malaria tear you apart with +
No. 102- : here fever.
Its racking chills and burning Trustto a atp
+' dally except Sunday.-T. J. Griffin recovery. who are glad to know that his con- no home-made or men makeshift rem- FOR A SIX
--- --- -
r dition Is improving. edies. Take the medicine prepared especially -
I for Malaria-Grove's Tasteless

BROOKER Chill Tonic.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic: gives real usyo
j.. Min Vera O.l.ey. r.rr.....<... relief from Malaria because it'* a scientific

- combination of tasteless quinine and Re
Picnic
y r School tonic iron.The quinine kills the Malarial
+ All the way down to your The Seventh. Eighth and Ninth Infection in the blood. The Iron buildsup th

Grades of the Brooker school wentto wbic rev'of
the system and helps fortify against exceptional: popularity.rolet
:k'k't' dainty toes, let Mavis Talcum Hampton Lake Saturday August further attack. At the first sign of any e/ .. h"Tb
18. for an all-day picnic. Swimming attack of Malaria take Grove's Tasteless has enjoyed for many yeses h

; Powder alluring was enjoyed throughout the ChID Tonic. Better.at1I1 take It regularly CHEVROLET PRICES Large i
an
give,you during the D to ward off naturally had its effect on Chevrolet price al

i 1 body skin of smooth, silky day.H.. R., Brown was transacting la the absolutely disease. Grove's harmless Tasteless and taste Chill Tonic good HAVE BEEN REHCEI sales have enabled Chevrolet to maintain con8i81f'ntl eel

business In Gainesville Monday Grovel Tasteless ChQl Tonic now I low purchase prices which were recently lowered trO tin

w3 *: texture. Make Mavis Talcum H. P. Gainey was In Starke comes In two sixes, SOc and $1. The $t AS MUCH AS the Inlttl't'
Monday.Mr. sin contain 3 X tune a*much u the SOc further. A* a result Chevrolet now offers you hfs

daily habit. You will and Mrs. W. D. Webb have sin and give you 2S%)( more for your automobile obtainable big. coJ1l't t
priced six-cylinder
w your
: ) turned home after spending two money. Get,a bottle today .t any store.

t delight in its cool fragrance, weeks at Jacksonville Beach. $ 50 I I "fortable car with Fisher Body styling and refinementhv oCllh.I ";,'

1 The hardware store here which I safe weatherproof cable-controlled brakes-h e BID ot

t" ;' and the matchless feeling, bas been owned and operated for 4 engir* hiD
i i and of valve-in-head six-cylinder
the past several years by H. R. ness economy, a tv(
of Brown baa been purchased by R. T. offering Ihit .
In b
,; beyond smart dressing, -and typical: Chevrolet dependability.
""I ,. a well success with his business. car,and the Master models, at substantially lower pn I

VW;: knowing you, are Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Galney spent Chevrolet hopes to repay the motoring public in & fag

last wtek with friends and relatives
For men women high!" "" the
groomed. :
110
Chevrolet
for
in Georgia. measure, consistently placing!: the

?; and children, Mavis deodor, Miss Louise Webb Is spendinga public favor.CHEVROLETMOTOR.
while with friends and relativesn
:t !} ---' Oldest Fire Engine DETROIT MICUCondor. )t forson
Jacksonville COMPANY.
t ; A izes and absorbs perspiration. Mr.'and Mrs. L. R. Gainey who 4:;in America t Qe.rde.lsrddwrnlpair. ant.-y G.M.A.f" :

spent last week with their sons.In- A Cwwral Ar.. Kalu _

tb fbouUcr lint MavitFact law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. ..........:.. ...rSI'stlr.Wtu tiarR In 1
'. mtt ed,
L,, A. Mint and Mr. and Mr*. A. P1,to flea.kr..eraa..a..MI.IM. \
Powder tin perfttttompIrmtMt. have ..WplI e4
B. Crosby of Jacksonville re- llehcltl

turned home. They wore accom- tb..Mt cr eel eb. ... sea air
? panted by their grandson. Glen .- e..es far... r +. rile CHEVROLETTORODE
.. week w-w .... tM ..... S rr..rd ... agrCCCI
Crosby who is spending this ..... .,_, /r b--r._

with them. ..N.rt..l..ar.
V1VAUDOU 50jlf $'Joo' .
,by ::25 U this oN ___ ...... trh. a ...rdy Phi
Florida rush Is doing a
garaaa .
--.--... le- Pet
rushing business in the manufac- ......... ..,... CHEVROLET COMPANY l
TALCUMPCw ture of brooms thel

HAROLD', C. WALLINSURANCE '.. to ce

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CHURCH DIRECtORY! 1 and a halt to two billions of do r fc-matag-w -C"- = :.-, a.; ._:.; _":: ": :_=--= ::;:..,,"-: '; .::' vague in the light of conflicting re- State Treasurer against W. V. g } '
gT.1RgS lars monthly. It will create such ports from the candidates Each Knott in 193S. Knott has held ;
Baptist Church an immediate and constant demand Pictures Is claiming about the same num- both the office of State Treasurerand f $ b..
ReV.First C. B. Price. Pastor for goods and services of all The Story of the Bible Told in -I ber of votes. Added these votes Comptroller In turn was one ,i' ''t !'

School 10:00: .m.; A. J. descriptions In every nook and would exceed the House membership time superintendent of the State'
Sunday superintendent a corner of the United States, that I It "by twenty-five. Hospital for the Insane and was) i'

Tb orninlr Worship, 11:00: a-m. will make important buying centers Candidates are W Met. Christie defeated by Sidney J. Catts for the

Y,1 U.. 8:45: p.m.gvening of the poorest districts, and of Jacksonville, one of the' few' governorship In the historic IBIS ''i
'
-
B Worship 8:00: o'clock. start all factories and Industries members returned without opposition campaign when there was a howl !M

Midweek! prayer service WednesdaY full blast giving work at goo ; W. B. (Buddy) Bishop of of election frauds in Madison and '.i 'J

| 8:00: p.m. wages to every man and woma Jefferson and Dwight B. Rogers of other counties S. *
who needs it. It will do away wit: Fort Lauderdale, speaker protem
Methodist Church most all organized charities, and "C 4Msy of the last House. Miami. It appears, has the great- i ; .
Pastor will lessen crime to extent eat number of potential gubernatorial .,
ReV B :M. Montgomery a great Christie is believed by many to
Sunday School 10 a.m. 'I Now to finance this plan it I Is hold the largest number' of votes candidates. for the next cam-
Morning worship at 11:00: a.m i proposed to place an old age insurance actually pledged. paign. Y '
Young People' Meeting-6:30: ( I premium (let us call I i Iti r ASR -... e There Is Dan Chappell who i 1
IL i that Instead of a tax as that 1 Is It la inevitable that with the cornea back to the House after
f Evening Worship-7:30 P. M. exactly what it is, and no one like r d 'a passage of time, new faces are pre skipping one session in a try for I..
the word "tax") on retail sales,low gee sented to the political firmament the Senate. He admittedly Is one t

Presbyterian Church on necessities and higher on luxur The last Democratic Primary presented of the most potent political factors I (

10:00: A. M.Sunday School. lee, amounting to ten percent or: at least three new satellite In Dade County and will play an '
11:00: A. Preaching.: less, which it Is estimated will .v . in the absence of the pastor,. WIA. raise sufficient revenue for this f' whose political activities theretofore functions of the next Legislature.Then } tN'

Scott will preach. purpose. This, with money plentiful y had been more as followers if there Is Redomond B. it, ( t
I All welcome.. will not be missed by anyone anything, than leaders. From now (Red) Gautier former Miami mayor ,j4't ''t

I There will be n<> evening preaching and every man woman and chile ( ? a i,., on, these three will be very potent also politically strong in Dade I S; I
service during August. in the U. S. would be inestimably; factors In their respective outside of which county however
benefitted by It. There would be< counties. he Is little known.
Anther Is N. Vernon Hawthorne 1}'' n
such a wave of prosperity thai Flnacannon of
They are B. D.
this, new any other country ha: State Attorney He was born in -
Jacksonville Russell Rasco, dean '
never known. S ; Hillsborough, married a Polk County (
BOB JONES of the Mlama University law
1 I find that most people feel that school, and L. C. Hagler managing girl and has long been a Dade

1 I j Comments On Here the amount of this pension is toe director of the San Carlos Hotel resident, }
; E. G. Sewell, times ;
many
much. We will all readily admit at Pensacola. .
city's t,
And HereafterThe that it is more than sufficient Each came Into the limelight as of Miami and one of the '
'l for the needs of the old people, but without In pioneers Is regarded as a possible ; 4'
=---- if .s. county managers pay ti
candidate for the governorship asa
must not lose of the fact
we sight
for
writer has Just returned the Claude Pepper campaign
that this Is primarily a movementfor climax to his long years of political
Ifrom Chicago where he has been the United States Senate. Each service.
some special evangelistic National Recovery and if a brought his county Into the Pepper!' Pierre y
doing sufficient amount of is not I There also1s S. Roblneau..
work I heard more about DHlln- money Murder of Abel and Curt of Cala. Cain was a tiller of the land but Abel was a keeper of sheep column with flying colors, although familiarly known as "Pete," born f'
Iger In Chicago than I did about kept in circulation to accomplish', I Both brought offering to the Lord Cain the fruit of the ground and Abel the firstlings of his flock their the veteran Park Trammell carried in France, master of six or seven
lany other character, dead or' alive this end, Its principal object will sacrifices being shown in the right background of this picture. According to Gen. 4s 4-5 the Lord approvedof all three: counties by substantial languages and regarded aa one of F(
iDlllinger was a criminal of the be defeated at its Inception and Abel' offering but disapproved of Cain's offering.! Jealousy sprang up in Cain's heart toward his brother majorities ,In 1928. the moat capable members of the
worst type. He was a wicked mur- the pension will become a drain upon Abel and he rose up against Abel and killed him, the scene recorded in Gen. 4t 8, being graphically portrayed .. t
derer. He had no conscience and the people Instead of a help tc in the left foreground of this picture. God cursed Cain and the Bible's first murderer became a wanderer One of the most popular county Legislature.--. ;t;
I them, and who are so capable and the face of the earth. One of a series of Bible pictures by Merian Seventeenth century engraver
yet he was a haro in the estima- upon officers in the state, Cyril Baldwin The equator crosses fifty or kG'
to distribute this vast
Itlon of a great many people. so worthy -- --- Highlands County Tax Collector more countries in which coffee Y'
month old folks?
each the
.
sum as
committees-almost one I Is avowed candidate for today. "
//J legislative session Is one calling seventy an grows ,
"'Do you believe in total depravity Only eight percent of those attaining L upon Governor Dave Sholtz to declare for each of the ninety-five mem
the age of sixty years have BEHIND bers. The situation ia correspond -I
asked me recently.
? someone martial law election
succeeded in putting aside an on daysIn
not? The ingly worse In the Senate where W
I do. Why
Certainly amount sufficient to care for their 1Tk the eleven "hot" precincts of
Bible teaches it. History proves it. declining years (Insurance, statistics the Hillsborough County. It seems forty committees members. are available for For Expert Repairing 3
world withoutGod forty
in this
Man Is born N
has ) and the other ninety-two percent "II .M." .f F likely despite conditions long exIstent -
He
In his heart. no sparkof General concensus Is that there
in that the chief
are largely Dependent upon lt.l Tampa tv.
fm>
Hint
in his
divinity in him. Man E '' fa not the slightest logical reason
their children or their friends whc executive will'tie. called upon to
natural state is liable to do any Ntws.W for the number of existing
have more than they can do tc -1Hr -. employ the militia to see to it that large
thing. Every boy Who attemptsto S committees. It is well known that Smith's GaragePhone
for the of Hlll
care for their own families or are OSCAR JOHOV once people borough ;
live without God could becomes public charges. .nil KIT: WA'1'SONTALLAHASSEEIf! County will not have their electing bills are seldom referred to certain
Dtlllnger provided he had the dominated by the 6,300 gang committees such certain commit-
elements of pbyslcial courage We are planning a mass meeting : there votes of that bailiwick.The tees being created simply 'to give 120
are
which Dllllnger had. When a man here in Keystone Heights on the the chairman and members the imi
those who believe proponents of a martial law idea ia sponsored
becomes a Christian he Is not really night of Thursday August 30th at back-home ballyhoo that they served -
made over again. lie simply 8:00: o'clock to explain this plan ta state sales tax are going down by many HHlsbnrough County on the "Immigration," or some Wrecker Service..'Day or Night f''
without a fight, they are sadly voters who of the odium
has something imparted. He be- all interested, and to circulate pe are weary other similarly silly committee.The -
titions to to bills mistaken. The tact Is, the proposed which comes from the publicity
the Congress
comes a dual being. He has pass -
state sales tax today' Is in a given Tampa each election becauseof lowdown Is that naming of :
this It is
old nature, and a new nature. The making plan a reality. I committees has become a racket .
more advanced position than ever. its "cheater votes.
and to have 20- -
Bible teaches that we are to reckon hoped expected.
through which the speaker"nope"the
to those petitions Proponents are finding it possibleto _
the old nature dead. Some BI- 000,000 signatures DIRECTORS
ble teachers believe in the eradication which will.be presented to tie in with the agitation favor- The campaign Initiated by the members with chairmanshipsand FUNERAL
Ing adoption of the Homestead Florida State. News Tallahassee) the chairmen "sop" their con Possible for V to Render
of the old nature by the power the next session of Congress bringIng ( with' ,our Many Years Experience Make It *
of the Holy Ghost. Others teach sufficient pressure to bear upon Exemption Amendment, to be vot- against the excessive number'of stituents ballyhoo. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE:
ed on at the November General committees in both the Senate and C MODERATE] PRICES
that the old nature may be held in that body to assure the passage ,
subjection by the Holy Spirit who of 'these bills. Election. House has gained considerable sup- Prospects favoring one or an- DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY ',

dwells In our bodies. Whatever maybe Very. truly yours, In event the Homestead Exemp- port from throughout the state. other of the three candidates for STAIIKE. FLORIDA t'M
the right teaching in this par- W. H. OGDEN.. tion Amendment is ratified it Is The House nan approximately the House speakershlp continue -.- t'v
.. .. .. .
'- inevitable that sales
ticular, I ani convinced 'of one regarded as a .
thing. God wants us to live a victorious tax must be enacted to take up t
life. That is the privilegeof :lack caused by the loss of more }
every Christian. TOO LATE than $20.000,000 annually on real -..,
*. .. estate. The normal sales tax is

"These things write I unto you TO CLASSIFY from one to three cents. Florida
that you sin not. That is God's retail sales according to the Fed- ,,
standard for every Christian. I By RUSSELL:! KAYSrrrrtarr .ral Census Bureau average $260- .o i iI
Florida Pre.. A..... ,
of .
000,000 annually. On the basis
have never claimed sinless perfection .
but I have never told a childof .hree percent from Bales, the State I ,, : /

God that he has to sin. Therewill DAYTONA BEACH got such would derive less than $8,000,000 > ">!. : ,," ,
be enough sinning hi this a s whale of a jolt from something annually-which means that FlorIda :, r'a
country without any encouragement I[ 'read the other day that I must would by passage of the Homestead N VH'MJg28 j Nr'

from the pulpit "But if any pass it along. It was a statement Exemption Amendment, sustain K ....
man Bin we have an advocate with >y Nicholas Murray Eutler on the annually a loss of about $12- ft S? ..
the father." God asks us for the cost of the W-vrld War and what 000,000, even with 'enactment of SVA itf'MKih< : \ .
but, but His grace provides for the ve might haaccomplished with the state sales: tax. &i

worst. lie same expenditure had we remained However, sales taxers and homestead f !
at peace and directed this exemption proponents are N J D U''S sTRYjv.S

r. lame amount Into other channels. not worried. They are more or :

Thetetter It. la a 'etp-tllng statement and baa joining hands and a good "Jack r' \ '
1 me which' tA.r"o-called" Christian pot" ia actual coin,.has been ralsid -
[ :lvillzation may: well "read and and will be put to work says
B.ox veep." lest informed opinion about September

The war to make the world safe first. The "war chest" is : Pro U \IV-EAr

for democracy, the war that waso ;ald to total $00,000. 17
Heights, Flu., ,
Keystone ; end all wars, cost the world in r #tf
August 13th, 1934.To nen and money-but let Butler tellt. If what you hear going and coming -
the Editor of He says: is founded on fact, the next
The Bradford County Telegraph, legislature will be confronted with
Stark, Fla. "The World War all told cost- A\ s.
investigations
Dear Sir apart from 30 million lives-100Jllllon some interesting t ,
: dollars.. With that money Not the least of these promises O
I
wonder if will grant me
space in the columns you of your val- ve could have built a $2COO house to: be an inquiry Into the conductof N TEMPERATE sub-lroplcal climate, vast areas of rich muck
tarnished it with $1,000 worth ofurnlture the State Racing Commission A
your uable readers paper In a which proposed to explain plan for to placed it on five acres during the last season--as to expenditures _. *'r land, proximity to great population centers and facilities

National Recovery and Old Age >f land worth $100 an acre and granting of permits ? for rail and water shipment are factors that encourage the ,
this home to each and every and general policies.
Revolving that this is Pensions a matter? I that am will sure be riven family in the United States Canala I All legislatures have their probes //r '' .:: CI I development of a great sugar industry in Florida: Given' the ;. "

of great interest to everyone. Australia England, Wales Ire- In greater or leas degree and their r =- proper impetus, Florida capable of producing all the sugar ;'
Though some readers may have and, Scotland France, Belgium junketing trips but these latter yr ) '" "
heard of this plan I feel that it trmany and Russia." are growing less and less popular consumed in the United-States..

will prove news to most of them. But Iwalt.IOU haven't started! because of criticisms. from, Mr, _1i --23'. PAH
Dr. F, E. Townsend .of Long 'et. Read on aa soon as you can Average Man. However, all Indications this "
Beach, California has for some recover 'your breath. I are that there will be investigations Already the sugar industry in State-yet in it. .infancy

time been City physician in charge t "In addition we could have 'glv- at the next session of ;. -has ,proved what can be, accomplished. Two sugar .mills) ,;Jat rp
of Indigent cases of that city and t to each city of.over 20,000 intabitants. subjects never before inquired into
nls work has been largely among en. In each of the countries by solonlstlc .Investigators.. ,or Clewiaton and Fellsmere are grinding out a sugar crop this year

the old j folks who have spent their lamed, a five mlllon dollar library A.. c. valued at 3000000. Approximately 12,500 acre. are. under ,
lives of the Among the 101 or more resolutions 11 .
usefulness. and
on
are '
md ten million dollar university. '
"home stretch. The pitiable plight ''Here alt down (if you feel faint to be presented! at the'next -" :. \ cultivation and 3,000 workers are employed annually. >
of
these old people preyed'Upon md take a couple of aspirin then .'

him to such an extent that he we'll. continue. greater comfort and conveniencefor = .t' 'Florida has millions of fertile available rich !.lands
evolved, and Ia.aponac>rlllg.",what i "Out of what was left over alter the benefit of an.; acres ,

h of"I known Old as The Townsend Plan i Ul the above' Pensions.
Age .
Revolving, could have sea aside a sum at billions for destruction.
ve spent
Dr. Townsend advocates the givIng 'I'live per cent that would provide Nobody were worried about how all that ::=;:....ate" p acres, employ 20,000 workers and produce a,920,000,000 crop t tw

to every man and woman In a $1,000 yearly salary for an army money was going; to be paid back. eaa ... r e each year. It It not exaggerating to say that the major sugar ;
the United States who has reachedthe teachers and a like*- rf 129,000 We even dug =
':=. : industry of the world could be established here. ,
age of sixty years, a life-time for another' army of 125,000 pockets and fed the kitty.Wouldn't : ,
.. ...
tension of $200 month. In acCepting fied p
per *
the eamefaith'and enthusiasm s_rims.arM.a.rel\ .
for this pension it is necessary Today; ,In. thin country we are ,for campaign.of construction m4.Uiwtat........... The world must be informed of this opportunity.. To develop
them to take oath that they spending money on peace time pro be even more Justified .lw .f the ...... Purlac ,
will spend the entire amount withIn tects. Government funds have and carry greater assurance for lhc> rauwr .' our resources we must,have pOp1l .hon consumer markets'
the month in which it I ta received made available for the conitructlon win to ids '
been would drive increased demand for TPe .ttr.
the future? If the world : : .. our products. must t.\'I.ltor- v.
within
the confines of the United of worthwhile public ? .u
MWtual* States that they are free from' wildings roads and Deforestation. just woe once and unite want in based a WAR on against CONSTRUCTION :=: and permanent residents here from all over the world.. ,Growth: I "

citizens criminality, that they are ..We hear this program spoken of ,rather than DE- .v.._ .... .... .; and development will n.turaJJylotJow. +;
of the United States, and is waste. We hear the admlnUtra- STRUCTION think what marvelous ....., 1. istqfsV 1
Pee to withdraw from all gainful Jon denounced for Its expenditure result might\ be accomplished. ... ...... .....tr I
pupation, leaving",their positions t of public funds. Men shake their tkl Is p--'M.. An AH Florida.advertising program, properly planned and t
manger pan_ It Is not com- leads and in solemn tones predict ral
The Idea I Ie "summed
beautifully
r"sory projected through the publicity mediums of the nation
upon anyone to accept this lire results. "How will we ever up In a little verse from Asa Cas- > great ,
In Pension nis It b* wishes to continue jay it back?"""What Is the country stdy's Inspired book "Who Know" A will spotlight Florida before the eyes of the world drawing
J business, but If he aeeeptato coming to"TAll these mil- I
{UIe Pension it is necessary for hint ions being thrown away" "It man to kill his fellow man p1 I.J' the.crowds,'bringing in new capital, establishing new industries_ '

comply: with tkese requirements. Yet this program Is helping. to Can untold million give .... '. .ADVANCING PROSPERrrYl' ,
, It u estimated that this plan feM! millions of people. It Ie pro- Should not a r"w'" .. '< wiser.grown M : .

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Bradford County Telegraph t I i variousmovements If MOVIES nothing more FOR comes CHILDREN1i to clean from up the the t! Maybe,'J You've ODD BUT TRUE =- 0;


r Established 1877 movie than the production: of picture rl It

.. ..' ., ..: -- ... .. .., r Intended primarily for Juvenile ; Heard It But
?' audiences, civic, church: and : ,
Second Class
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered as education groups can consider

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida their time well spent.

..... f We have little sympathy with ROILED PJ-\.L'TS. LTD.

E. L. Matthew ____. .._ .. _________ Editor and Owner these group and soma of theirgnattntioJng JtMt to get la closer touch wltl

... ._.n .. __ __ : antic aucU .. objecting the tread of tin times we oak <: fDGARAl1 :NP0Et
a colored boiled! peanut vendor ; .
SUIISCRIPTION RATE : to the word "if In the mo
tion picture utle "It Ain't No Sin; whOM basket of ware was almos WAS THE AUTHOR OPOtie
Yearly.;; $1.50; Six Month, 75e-Payable in Advance I but if they are successful in stopping aa large *. be, bow' business wthis & W 'THC GRETe
the of children from aeaonIf n aa good as las I ,
Advertising Rates on Application practice 'e !
NrwBpAPR lot S
_.._-_. .;. . ., -. .. five to twelve years la age goingto year? we inquired.
I afternoon matinees and sitting "Noooo .I.rr Ire, said emphatically ENER \K'Rttl ;

Soon be school days again. f through torrid love scenes, heroic glancing at the few sweat;y 'n4C'0UN'tR't'

Y 0s gangster aagaa and sophisticatedfilms nick/ !e* clutched In a dirty,Hat -OHMCVI APRIL \'S.&t+ "TMI p r'- ,

most of which they are unable "Do you blame condition on UMNBA YORK MOR"'tKG" .WN Ito
s Funny how boring the other fellow's troubles always are. to understand, the laurel ," we. persisted determined ] RAN A'tlDtiY.wt toe"

o wreath win be theirs for .tie ask get at the bottom of the matter 'nu.or ruattTTHE ,

A garden is like a horse-no farm home should be with ing. RA."Don't he replied know notMn'"but it about might no t< 14CR033" CatkHtlC B/ .-L '
tt seem that fUm- producer'
GROUP OF MNIHTUHKW
out.one, have at last realized that the 'cause the peanut are ao sorry"
\H'" A eSTURle4G 8N..Ootle7rTLl
o cleansing movement la ..riouII. this -
time and not Just the whim{ of a If you are tired of the ordinary
idea of brave The fellow who votes "no" in
Our a man:
s i few crocbety old ladle, and they run of parties and yearn for something -

4 Germany. :are .going to make sincere attempt different,you might try the :W1.
trick that wa recently played on ; .J
to keep the children Inskte/ their
o ;
; : one of New York's most devtt-may- ; __
I ah01Vhau .. The trend of the i '
d? Good intentions are all right but good results are what I times is shown in the fact that the care: playboys- -that" Is, ,'you might ...'. .
+r -
really count. Hollywood moguls are'now trying try it once.According i
frantically to outbid each other for ; to reports, the young
o
y the novel of Charles Dickens to man received a swanky invitation .frpvererpeg, ." rN Iola
Vacation days will noon be over, but red bug bites will be made Into motion pictures. to a. "nudist party. He-was game, _

p linger on.The In England, a wealthy miller baa so ice went to ute house and was S.G.pVER1LL\ .
decided to film John Bunyan's led;,it. a spare' room by a butler == OH uona tsuita'
o' "Pilgrim' Progress," written almost who' told him undress. All about H.Y.: WOVE AN

Winter Haven Herald wonders if FERA stands for 400 years ago, which bas long the room were feminine things, Indicating UTOH\Oe\\l.e.

i Free Eat Right Along. been the best selling book, in the that the other guest already 83.5 WittON \
English' language with the excep- had disrobed.So .

o tion of the Bible.It our young man-about-town < "'\.\'ONEOP"

One exchange says that the human race is to get the car Is a good idea, and if it proves undressed too, and apprehensively I GAttE
paid for before it is worn out. financially successful there is no 'allowed himself to be led back m ,crw. : .,aw.iu.ioTWM LAaORtWS
, doubt but that the practice: of separate -I downstairs and to the drawing \ HUH' TUCKED It*
o movies for children will be room. "Mr. Oscar Q. Zilch!" announced OUT THE '\)"'K.tOA _
It's mighty hot, but let's see if we can't work up a little continued, even after cleanlng-up the butler with a flour- [IfIUCt CO aaaut4wife r'

; enthusiasm over the city election. movement have died the death of l h__and pushed the hapless gentleman 6KIAt" \ TAIL OUT -

+r all such reforms. We only hope into a roomful of people J
o i
that the theatres won't be so win were fully clothed

Canada has had its first kidnaping. Let's/ hope that the crowded: with children that a few To be able to light a Murad under erman and two gallants for' rattle
every snake skinning, and when the
United States has had its last. of us adults can't: sneak in to see those. conditions would be our wall-flower. I yard looking rather mood)
.
David Copperfield" and other Idea of I true nonchalance; we saw how nice 'and clean the Many records were played an,
0 i Sudden and absolute, destructionof
I. meat looked"' ; cows: remained unaffected
1 never-to-be-forgotten' favorites of 'under that repulsive uut
It will take a strong man. to. keep the house in line as year: past.SHOULD. -iostz'oiP: THOSE THINGS I every permanent waving machine -I bide it was,Algreat temptation tq I Sing Crosby came on giving, hi
,
well -n-...dId\ !Speaker, _nnnav__{u._" .. fti, t' ':If'we had AmI n'.;lamp we'd the in the Peninsula United States.if (And slice a few strips and tons it In the .i rendition of 'The Last RounJ-up
Malay
too Cows
they
Hi-fI LICENSE: DRIVERSFlorida' keep It highly polished wishing for frying pan., W.alway.. had :the pricked up their ears can<
0 have them there.)
rate of automobile the following:, fr \ idea that a snake would look about closer: vlctrola, looked as If the;
Now-a-days you can't be sure that) where there is smoke high ; Each person .w u1d. hake three, aa bad inside as it did outside but wanted more. (We have. wttneate
accidents and its lack of a driver'slicense
there is fire. It might be daughter. Colored funny papers every day distinct selves JK>.that one could, when the skin is off It looks like to, this.)
your law might,be a coincidence ,
la the f child under
we kf' rLeach '
stay: at home with hla'poor old of ,4.,
piece chicken We've often
o ',I but it la more probable that the eight., \A a : \ breast stretched wondered how i
mothr,the second could go to the out several feet'in snake ,digests when
length.Sev- eggs it nil
Is of the unfortunate
Almost any other governor could say to the governor of first of one the latter.It results Lots' of ptefnteftias.: entertaining" office and do that work that should eral months ago", e made an offer low. them whole.; Now Simon tellus !!
( Georgia, '.'It's a long time between thinks." as "Many H* jp) Returns" which have been done last month and I to eat a slice or two of snake meat that the wlley reptile climb i
Is gratifying to see that movements left us wantingMnbri of Cuy Lom- the third could out and '
go have a
being of tree until he knows he
upon presented (gratis, is big!
o in of bardo. Oracle Allen, Veloa and Yo-
have begun many parts good Ume. .
course) with of the Itself.
a can same- enoughlets drop to t tin
Everything I am I owe to honest advertising Sally the state for the promotion of legislation londo, the tap dari'cers and the fellow '
says Adults would like candy as much and the offer'still stands. ground. The Impact. of count
I
Rand. Yeah, and display advertising at that. providing for such a law, Lady"who oa the played mouth"Sophisticated when. they grow up and are able 2. Mlsa Ruth Sternberg reports cracks the eggs and the make<
organ.
and It Is hoped that the next leg
0 I.lature will see fit to take action: Mufflers for babytalkers.Highpowered .' to pay. for aa they did when they that while strolling along a Kings- "fattens up"None

At the rate food prices are goingup., the women folks In the matter. automobiles for with were watery children moutha.and went around ley Lake path the other day and .

!' won't be the only ones who are dieUngbefore long. It I I. sad but true that the unlicensed young men at the time when they Dorothy Dlx would be retired on Two.incidentally" she singing "Cocktails For but high producing: com
still have a little power themselves. was approached by a are profitable. The use of pure'bred .
driver 1 often memberof
a a pension so that folks think
0 the "Take-A-Chanca pub"whose Greta Garbo and Mickey Mouse heir would rattle snake, who made no attemptto airea la the shortest road to
problems out for themselves.All .
t You wouldn't'thlnk there on every other motion picture pro- coil and strike but went on high production.The .
material .
; was enough in bathing name you won't find In any w comic strips;'would be dis-
about its business with a disappointed
,stilts.for all the wise-cracks that are made about them. telephone book or city directory gram.A watch for every person who continued except Popeye and Sklp- expression on Its face. Miss- of carbonic
use liquid
gai
but whose members are numbered Yea
( that for Little
py. Or-
goes
0 asks what time It Is when I Sternberg cannot account for the
1 the thou aDda. you you ihan too. for soda water, was Introduced Into
by
The United States will soon be a better place in which to don'fc, have a"watch yourself. Annie ) look on the anake'a face, unless it this country in 1888 by Jacob
The ritual of the club runs something 'A radio -mlke'"that would Writers would get paid a dot- really thought' ,she had cocktails
snap Bauer of Terre Haute IndThe
live-they are moving' AI Capone to a rock in San Francisco like this: .I at little children''Vbo strain their ,lad a line for stuff like this. for two. i-.-

I ay "I will always take a chance : voices and pain their audiences r '3. Several day. ago, the writer least error should bumble.

: o when driving, "my car. I will cut trying to sing song..* they shouldn'teven NATURE NOTES was playing victrola records on the but we should never permit era

A man fainted the other in corners: and drive on the wrong listen to. 1. The other>day,' for the first porch of a Kingsley Lake cottage.: the greatest to discourage-
day a Hastings bank. It is an side of the road If I happen to feel i At least one flail. for every fish- time, we had a ring-side seat at a There. were several cows: sitting Potter.GOODYEAR .
awful .shock sometimes when you find out what your overdraft like It I wlU make a regular habit I' ,

: Is. ,of passing other cars on hills

and curves., I will always drive
o I faster, than road condition warrant .
..i Electric .refrigerators might be all right, but think' of a and I will be especially care-

t boy coming into full manhood without knowing the delight of! ,ieas when It Is raining. I win not

i licking'the dasher.. make regular Inspection Of my
I care: lights, brakes and steering
---------o uor! m take tt,for".I granted that they

Just as' we 'were about to buy some stock in an ostrich I are good enough/ will make no
effort to learn the traffic law of
? farm, we hear" that dancers will no longer use fans at the my state and community, and It I
.
World's (' alr. n! do happen to discover some of

o them accidentally I wlU break

The law of supply and demand most t them at every opportunity? I'll I SiEE' -t'
is painfully evident let the other drive watch out for' .'''"''"w '
'
when the demand for dessert exceeds the supply and there is me aa well aa for himself, and ril' Tough thick Center ''. 1 ,
.
company for ( act aa If the highways and streets Traction Tread. Built

nner"o were my private property TU pay with,, Sup r'wlae Cord6rw 1
no attention to traffic lights and Full Oversize. Lifetime 1
r' The Palatka Times-Herald says that weddings are not stop signs, and I'll do my best to Qua >..."

what they used to be because people are now eating the rice practice nqne.of the courtesies ofrne antes. S

and wearing the bid shoes. road.'* 14.4-2I4 4.75-H ;1''

(} <. The member of the "Take-A- i$4.95 $5.70 *l
Chance Club" follow this ritual to .
Every' child that is born in the United States J la saddled the letter and the result la that Other kiseft 'In. 'proportion. '; ? -
Lap.n tire mounting. Prices '
with a public debt of more than $300, says a professor: That'senough'to each year some 30,000 people are subject to change without MORE
give needlessly killed In automobile accidents notice. Stat Sax If .
; any baby the colic any ,w
tit and property I* destroyed additional 1 "' :
to the extent of a million doUan. NON-SKID MILEAGE" / ..

) The Crescent City Journal says that one trouble with A driver' license law might cut: s When'Yea "0 Z"
-
business' is that everybody has something to sell without being down-the, membership_-..-. In' ..Florida. You're too modest! ". 'Yeur Wheels.

ready to buy anything himself. AGRICULTURE. -THREE -
PHASES LOOK WHAT
o Agriculture baa been undergoing. ,Motorists who got the first G-3's put out:=
A GET"You're
song writer recently committed YOU
suicide: in California ""
three distinct, phases of develop months before.the public .nnounc.ment..y
\ The poor fellow probably heard his'' latest song hit for the went; Estra

tenth time over the raUio In the same night. One'came with depression when too modest! Many them report 50% .Nth;wider -washer

pr' 'prices. dropped to rock-bottom, and to 10e% more non-skid mileage.. Why then, do tread.. ", More. Center

?; Anna Stem movie actress, says that sex isn't an asset to bright there didn't spot on seem the to hortson.be a single we Insist on only 43$,? Well, 4396..b"i definite, Traction non-akU;,(U block% more).

?e a woman working for a living-it's a distraction. Some men Another efforts.cam with These government are still a. test-car-proved. I.u.... Very- likely- it. is low;' for H....... Tougher
al relief
however, are willing' to pay well for being distracted.: going on, but the farmer ha discovered \normal use-because the tests which established ::Trse. Suoertwlst
IK .:... .4 '"
o that the legislative power the Cord-B4y.an4.. ?
43average
were gruellingt cars speeding ,
It,seemed a' little unusual for1 Bradford County farmers no ""matter hpw, aggressively used up More sues Of tatk'to
to receive cannot alone solve all his problem damming on brakes,_mile after.mile, day Noo-SaM.
checks'
for
corn theydldn't: plant and
hogs they and bring:aim peace and plenty and night. : Very likely most motorists win get ,
didn't H raise, but. the, money they got waS good just the same; The third phase J* characterized: :
0 by the fact that an Increasing percentage 'aaoithan'; 43% more non-skid mU"'....But, OOU.\S r +'

; l JJ, Thomas Edison, who should,know, once said : "The successful earning of the American doctrine thai filmier"he "who are" we'll string along with 43-because. It's plenty, yA1" 'ut'.w''1ISs.: y yto .,

w person not only makes hay while the sun shines-he help himself I* helped best.. They "deliver ,at 'no extra cost.'Come see the tire r ::.\ eioese' ... .. :

makes it from, the grass that other" people l let grow. under. are realizing. thai tae way to stability'and thafh.. talk of the nation. t ,.., detKa_ :,i\ SPECIAL:
:
their feet". : prosperity, la through .. .' \Ce., .
determined ooheilve, effort by the
r'r'o .._
-- farmer themselves. .

The government .Is going to spend half a million dollars The farmer's I weapon In this .. J PRIES
' work I.I the cooperaUve.'It' 1* not }
? on a "wind tunnel. Contrary to popular belief, 'this has subject to political consideration: r, w ,a ,- ,'" .

nothing to'- do with the hall leading to the House of.Represen -It doe. not change In purpose
'
4 tatives. ', and direction with a shift In the Servke- '' i"ON
political It i Ie responsive toil oe..i u.edYe,: o ".
:_ power. Register Motor Co Ilk..
,9 *. need*.:and be and hi* fellow- .. i :
A well-known judge says that a widower shows discretion ,
more membere male It* policies.'It doe ,103.: Gnaraateed Tire
in choosing his second wife than he did over f hki first. not represent. temporary effortto YnfeaafadngPAGICo : ]$AfRIEs ,

However if widow bring renef represents long ,
happens to meet widower, there'isn't -.
.
.
.
,
term; planning, la which the larger .
-rmch,time to waste I In being discreet. :
"Issue are kept awsyi*; 1.'W.-w,;,;;.: .

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M; r rl' PAGm EICIIT_____, .. BRADFORD COt1NTY TEL140RAPiL STARKE FLORIDA rmD.\V. AUGUST ,
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4 Bradford County 'Telegraph\ :I more FOR comes CHILDREN'from the, ---l lEDG
ODD BUT TRUETHE
to clean up the Maybe You'veHegrd ---

Established 1877 the production of pic'
primarily for ju-
It But
-'
Published civic, church and ,
Wkly
Entered Second
on Fridays and. as
groups can conalde
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida well spent.
P
.. BOILED: PEANUTS, LTD.
little sympathy with
r,; E. L. Matthews..___ .__ __':____Editor and : and some of .their! Just to get incloser, touch with
-." .. .. < antics such as ob thetrend of the times, we askeda R I\lJ.1: O
colored boiled 'peanut vendor,
---ySUBSCRIPTION RATEYearly the word "it" la the mo
,F title "It Ain't No Sin," whose basket of wares was almost y WAg AUTHOR orReftrev
; $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance are successful In stop: as ,large as he. how business was ONt OP ':'nte 1tNBPAPER'NOAXES
Advertising Rates on Application of children: from this seaon. "Is It as good as last a.+ a
uu
I
.. year!" we inquired.
Ifit In going
years age
--- eve* PKTlt) IN11t1h
matinees and sitting '"Noooo sir!" Jbe- said 'emphatically .-......... '
( Soon, be school days again. love scenes heroic glancing at the few sweaty COUNTRY .
o sagas and sophisticated nlckles clutched In a dirty,fiet. -OH APRIL \\'S, 164+ THE .. --
of which they are un- "Do you blame conditions on the Mtw YORK MORNIN0.8uH.. I tYyrr
Funny how boring the other fellow's troubles always understand, the laurel NRA," we persisted, determined to RAN A 81ORY,9V 4o;' \ '"

o be theirs for the ask get at the bottom of the matter. name 1 OF A VLIOttTACtlo13

lvI'i' A garden is like a horse-no farm home should be RA'be"Don't' replied know ,.nothln'."but it about might no be THE I't'Tc. tr{' t "viW1cA
that- 'film- producer GROUP Of j1DVlN1URER3\
out,one., 'cause the peanuts are so sorry."
realised 'that the 4' '
45
A etI4G I\\.OQ
o Is serious, this L4
Jw not the whim of If you 'are tired of the ordinary ...,..,
Just a
Our idea of a brave man: The fellow who votes "no"
run of parties and yearn for some-
old ladies, and they ,';'!".I---:' ....'hW1JIo _(_
thing different, you might try the ,!'J.. _
Germany. ,
r to make sincere attempt> !''ri:'::
trick that was recently played on ,. :. li
0 children Inside their ,: .
one of New York's most devil-may- '''''- -. .
The trend of the .. np.
Good intentions are all right, but good results are In the fact that the cars playboys-that la, ,you might -.. ,. .
try:''It once.According. irl4
really count. moguls are now trying
i'T4 to outbid each other for to reports, the young
o of Charles Dickens to man received a swanky Invitationto 4rri r ? r e a. f tOi5

Vacation days will soon be over, but red bug bites motion pictures. .. a "nudist party.? Hewas game; ..GJERI: \.\..
a wealthy miller has so ba went to the house and was ON ,
linger on. .
= UONO8UNO
: i),
film John Bunyan's /led A to a spare'room by a butler,
o" Progress," written al- who toft him to undress.' ."All about H.Y WOVE; AN

The which has the'room were feminine things, Indicating AuTOrnoatLhNil1.E9
'Winter Haven Herald wonders if FERA stands ago, long
selling book' in the that the other guests already 83.5OH \\ '
F Free Eats Right Along. with the excep had disrobed.So _".. ONEOXU.OH
i
o Bible. our young man-about-town OPGA'O.IN
One exchange says that the human race is to get the Idea, and If It proves undressed too, and apprehensivelyallowed "' "'" !
paid for before it is worn out. I successful, there is no himself to be led back '''' .c"\\. ,.SKI"\.to te90Rtrt3i
s+ that the practice of sep downstairs and to the drawing i wtM \cl BVCrt TUCKED M'
{ 0. s' for children will be room. "Mr. Oscar Q. Zilch!" announced t3UT 'U"'iK\\\\O" \ LABORER.' -
{ra It's mighty hot, but let's see if we can't work up a even after cleaning-up the buUer with a flour- lfliCZ GO MttNHfc VUUHTML Mt; -

''w enthusiasm over the city election. have died the death of; ish-Vand pushed the hapless gen- ,' t\\\\T\ OUT .-
We only hope tleman into roomful of -people. I
I
o theatres won't be so wh* were fully clothed.

Canada has had its first kidnaping. Let's hope that children that a few To be able to'light a Murad Under erman and two gallants for'every rattle' snake skinning, and when the yard .looking: rather

United States has had its last. can't sneak in to sea those' conditions would be bur wall-flower. I we saw how nice ,and' clean' the Many, records were played moody.and

0 favorites and other of Idea, of" rue nonchalance.SOME '- ; .. i Sudden and absqlute destruction meat Iooked'undor.- that repulsive cows. remained unaffected until

It will take a strong man to keep the House 'in line -torgotten of everY' permanent waving mad I hide; It waa-JMsreei. i temptation tq Bing Crosby came on giving hie
OF.THQSfi>Z THINGS
--" phlne in the United States, (And rendition of "The Last "
.. i slice a few stripe and toes it in the Round-up.
well, as did Speaker'Rair.ey., 8 i i If'wa had Xtthd 1n'a lamp we'd the Malay Peninsula too, If they frying pan. We always had :the Cows pricked up their ears, came
..0 ;f "vI 1 LICENSE DRIVERS keep it highly poUuhed' "* wishing, for havethem, there.)' idea that a snake would look aboutas closer to victrola, looked as If they
I high rate of automobile they following:; ?!tr : Each would, have three: bad inside it wanted more (We have witnesses
Now-a-days you can't be sure that where there is person as did! outside, but ,
?' there is its'lack of a driver's Colored funny papers every day distincteelveqso-that,,one_could, when the skin 1 is off It looks like to this.)
fire. It be
might your,daughter. might be a coincidence, la the weeW-foreach. child under ,
stay at home with ,his poor old a piece'o chicken breast stretch ,,4 We've'often wondered how a
o 'j'' ,' probable that the eight r f >\ second could to the : snake.
<, mothr, the go ed outaeveralfeet'In'lengthy; several digests eggs when It swallows
,Almost any other governor could say to the governor' 1 of the unfortunate .re- Lots' of pwtur e' entertaining office and do that work that should month's, ago"vvie made an offer them whole, Now Simon tell
Georgia, '-'It's a long time between thinks.." I latter, as "Many Haupjjft Returns" which have. been done last month, and to eat a slice or two'ot snake meat us that the wiley reptile climbs a
Ili4aq 'j to see that move. left us wantlngiwbt* of Guy Lom- the third could go out and have a I upon being( presented (gratis of tree until he knows he la high
o begun In many parts of bardo, Oracle AlIen, Veloa and Yo- good time.% course) with a can of the same= enough), lets Itself drop to the
Everything lam I owe to honest advertising says the promotion of leg ando, the tap dangers and the fellow Adults would like candy as much and the offer'still- stands. ground. The Impact, of course

L'' Rand. ''Yeah and'display advertising at that. for such a law, who played "Sophisticated when they grow up and are able 2. Miss Ruth Sternberg reports cracks the eggs and the snake
the mouth
that the next leg I Lady"'on organ. to pay for as they did when they that while strolling along a Kings- "fattens up."
o see fit to take action Mufflers for baby-talkers.1 were children and went around .
ley Lake path the other day and 5-
; At the rate food prices are going up, the women High-powered "automobiles for with watery mouths. Incidentally singing "Cocktails For but producing cows
at the time when
they
won't be the only ones who are dieting before long. but true that the un still young have men a little themselves Dorothy Dlx would be retired on Two" she was approached by a are, profitable. The use of pure-
: I'o' Is often a member Greta Garbo and power Mickey Mouse a pension so that folks would think rattle snake, who made no attemptto bred sires is the shortest road to
6 Club," their problems out for themselves.All coil and strike but went on
i. You wouldn'tthink: there was enough material in you won't find in any on every, other" motion"" picture program comic strips would be discontinued about Its' business with a, disap- high production..

suits for'all the wise-cracks that are made about them. book or city directory watch for every who except Popeye and Sklp- pointed expression' on Its face Miss The use of liquid carbonic gsa,
person
members are. number I py. (Yee, that goes for Little Orphan Sternberg cannot account for the
rd 'M''T. I Idon' for soda water was Introduced !Into
0 asks you what time it is when you '
thousands., Annie, too.) look the snake's face unless-It
on Jacob
this country In 1888 by
watch
have a" yourself
The United States will be better in which ,
soon a place
of the club runs some "A radio "mlke"l'tbat would snap Writers would get paid a del- really thought she had cocktails Bauer of Terre Haute, Ind.
i live-they'are' moving. AI Capone to a rock in San : at little children>ho strain their lad a line for stuff like this. for two .
Bays always take a chance voices and pain their audiences 3. Several days aG'the writer The least error should humble,
o "my car. I will cut trying to' sing songs they shouldn't NATURE NOTES was playing victrola records on the but w.' should never permit even
drive on the wrong even listen to. 1.. The other day, for M first porch of a Kingsley Lake cottage. the greatest to, discourage us.-
A man fainted the other day in a Hastings bank. It is road if I happen to feel c At least one fish for every fish- time, we had a ring-side seat at a There'were several cows, sitting in Potter, .

awful'shock'8o'metimes when you find. out ,what your make a regular' hab ------ ., ,
," draft is. other cars on' hills
,; I will always drive
o road condition war rIfffl

x Electric refrigerators might be all right, but think will be especially care

k boy coming into full manhood without knowing the delight ? la raining.( I will not
; ( Inspections of my
licking'the'dasher
; brakes and steering.
ar' a U'r/ : fqf granted that they

q Just as ,we 'were about to buy some stock in an ( \ gh the'. I traffic will make laws no of

c farm, we hear that dancers' will'no longer use 'fans at community, and It I

"yi World's Fair. I to discover ,some of
I will break
w O- opportunity;;.; :I'll : I GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY '.. + '
The law most ,
of
supply and demand is painfully drive watch out for'; ,. -
when the demand for dessert exceeds the supply and there as for himself, and I'll'' Tough thick Center \ ',"
company for dinner.: highways and streets Traction Tread. Built 'Ic.

t property. I'll pay with Supertwist Cord. t+!,. 1 '

'I o to traffic lights and Full Oversize. Lifetime ... eii
The Palatka Times-Herald says that weddings are and ru do my beat to .,

what they used to be because people are now eating the ne of the courtesies of guarantee.
4.75.19 l
,4..u. t 4\ i
and wearing the bid shoes. a
{ of the "Take-AT ($4.95 $5.70 a4t .& w
-. -o
follow this ritual to
Every child that is born in the United States is and the result Is that Other ..lid''In "proP ;tlon. 43 0 ,.
Eipert tire mounting. Prices
t with a public debt of more than $300, says a professor, some 30,000 people are subject to'change without MORE
y
In automobile zed notice State MI, If n '
F enough to give'any baby the colic. property Is destroyed additional. any

o of a million dollars NON-SKID MILEAGE"yfl .. .

l The Crescent City Journal says that one trouble license law might cut 4 When,Veil "G-J"

business is that everybody has something to sell without -.. "In Florida. "You're too modest/ "- r Y.u'Wh.el' *-

4 ing ready to buy anything himself.A -THREE -- LOOK WHAT

.. i PHASES
p. has been undergoing Motorists who jot the first G-3'a ,put out'months :'" I YOU GET
writer committed
song recently suicide in 'I> '
of develop- .
phases before the
public announcement- ay,
The fellow No Extra Gxt PUt
c poor probably heard his latest song hit for ;
tenth time over ,the rattio In the same night. with depression, when "You're too modest! Many.of them report 50% ,tcr,'wider AllWeathertread.

1;a to rock-bottom, and to 100% more non-skid mlleafte. Why; then, do', .. More. CenterTraction
o .
seem to be a single (U* more
; Anna Sten. movie actress, says that sex isn't an asset on the horizon. we insist on only 43%? Well, 43"-Ie definite ,non.*kl4 blacks).

a woman working for a lIving-it's a distraction. Some with government teet-car-proved figure. Very likely It, ia low for Heavier Touhe"
however are willing to well for being distracted. These are still JI normal _because theteetswhicheetabllshid ;-T'.... SupertwUt
.. pay : ; the farmer has dies ,J u_ Cord-B.4y. and 4.1'"
> _o : the legislative power, the, 43%'average were ftruelllnft cars speeding up Mora Miles o( ReelNonSkid
F It, seemed a'little unusual for' Bradford County how. aggressively used,
'to hrakea mlte'aftermlle'da *
solve an bis problems Jamming on .
to receive checks'for.corn they.'didn't: plant and hogs '
peace and plenty. r and night. Very likely most motorists will get
didn't raise but the money they got was' good just the phase ,U characterized '
0 that an Increasing per :mote than 43% more non-skid mileage. Butwe'lletrlnt'alont 0oUL

4 ''Thomas Edison American farmers,.are with 43% because it'e'plenty ANSI t ,
}/ who should l know, once said: "The doctrine thai "b.,who I -: GEAR n'

cessful person riot only makes hay while the sun shines- is helped best" They to deliver.at no extra cost. 'Come .see the tire r.. t Maua. sts" toe SPECIAL

It from that Ue-.way to sta that's' talk tn t ;
makes the grass that other-people let grow Is through .," the of the nation. x, $ .
their feet"" prosperity, 4 It s- > tI
cohesive, effort by the "
I 0 ., ..... .

The government Is going to spend half a million: weapon in this I ., 4 ;PRICESBATTERIES
''It la not .
cooperative -
.
"wind tunnel. to I I
on a Contrary popular belief this political consideration's :<

nothing to.- do with the hall leading to the House of change in purpose SenicL

; tatives.' with a shift In, the Road 'Ooed u.edTtte: ,OH
o It la responsive to Register Motor- Co. .
I and he and his fellow- .
y A well-known judge says that a widower shows more Its policies.'It doe Phone:,:103. Guaranteed Tlr, '. : :

cretion in choosing his second wife thin he? did oveiM i>l -temporary effort Vulcanizing !

'K. However If a widow happens to meet a widower, there, t--l\: : represents long-
., in which the larger
much time, to waste in being discreet. away W'blew l "" ..... ,. -< I

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