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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 31, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[om e Exemption\ Weather For Setting Is Fine Berries, FERA Will Buy Hay First Called Teacl.era-lIleel For.:,Friday, \ Emergency y'- Loans Thursday Again Rained Ball Game Out 1935 Attendance, '




es The Center the Whether tail end But or of-we Plants a we storm were that Scarce getting was From Our Farmers The first To faculty-Fix\'Schedules'meeting for T o'""B e AvailableFor Starke As had Managers-another. baseball Wail Will Reach 800, t ,


Bradford County High School tea. rained out afternoon
game Thursday
reported playing hide-and-seek in chers. was called for this morning when It was scheduled to play
Political Stage, Texas no one seemed to know, If They Can
Fall
bat-rain-continued to fall in a Supply by Leon A. Gray; principal. Teach Planting the Green Cove Springs nine on. the GriffisThinks
ere in the first six
grades were requested local diamond. No accurate record
steady drizzle Thursday afternoonand to come at 9OO: o'clock, -- has been kept on. the number tam !, '

bltlon Amendment Drops In- It that the It concensus fine of opinion had Rehabilitation l Survey! CompletedIn while Junior high and high school Farmers Told"'-To Com In For of games rained out this season I; Churley Johns To ) P'' t}
was weather for '
to Background-Sholtz setting This County- No Instructors were to' ome at 10:00.: ;Additional InlonnaUon-Blanks but stock on the rain check: market At Opening Of School F S

Wants Import could strawberry the plants-If you Plans AnnouncedThe General school p ans" plans for Here) Noon has been up all summer Monday ,

get plants. enrolling pupils ajl assignments -' (_, Each 'drizzle from the skies
Assessor N.D. Wainwright Many farmers were setting local FERA will purchase a to rooms will be made Mr. Gray Emergency Crop Loans will brings; sympathetic drizzle from -
.
this week and -- Hundreds of Bradford County
plant,
week received a request from many others limited amount of hay from Brad. said. again be available\ to local farmersthis the ayes of the managers of the local
Dave Sholtz to estimate were Inquiring about plants. ford --e,jlr _, mothers were this 'week darning/ ,
error County, farmers who/ have a accordlog"td an announcement club who hold the opinion that hundreds
Flood conditions in the of pairs of pants and
much property In Bradford early spring surplus it was announced this (his-week by W. L. Wall, big gate receipts go a long way to t+
have caused a shortage both here making hundreds of new dresses In i '
nty would should be removed the Home-from and In the Plant City area. week by C. L. Dickinson, supervisor FERA Office Force chairman of,the loan committee. aid in financing a baseball team. I preparation toe the opening next .V + r a
books of
rural
rehabilitation.
Growers
laX The loans will be made for the However where there's a will Monday of what '
SuperintendentA.
d Exemption Amendment passhe -- who are In a position to furnish purpose Of planting and producing there's a way and If the rains don't ;
J Grlffls
expects to be one of I, ,
November election. Mr. More Varied Crops the hay are asked to notify 'Gets I Salary Cut t commercial, vegetable and truck wash the ball diamond away the most successful term of the :
Dwrlght bad not completed his Mr.Dickinson immediately, stating
crops to be "planted this year and Sttwke has a good chance of cop high school here. It ia estimatedthat 1
at the time for going to what kinds and the quantityof harvested either
'ey this year or next. ping the pennant they say. thin year's. opening attendance
but expects to have the fig. each that is available. -;
The maximum amount of a loan to .
'
will be In the
ready for publication next Would Help State Mr. Dickinson recently completed State Allotment For September! a single individual Is $350 Including of 800 students. neighborhood ',

his survey of farm conditionsIn Less Than Needed any previous loan which the Strawberries DropTo' y ,
ordlng to Tallahassee news this county and la now sendingIn l Stone! Says applicant may' have secured this One high school teacher remain t ,

ers, the proposed amendment, County reports of his findings. No figures year. I '>#>. **t ed to be appointed and plans for
Bradford Other
See-
| exempts homesteads up to $5- on the work were made public The maximum amount that will the opening exercises had not been
tlons Stick To One Office 'of local Place
Money employees the Second '
has stolen the show In the and It Is said that nothingmore I be loaned per acre Is $25 for Irish Completed at the'time for going
Crop Too Closely FERA have received a small salary I
It trs of Florida politics.e .. la known of any plans that potatoes and $22 for commercial to press Thursday However It
\ proposal ,at one time given could the government might have of reduction' it was announcedthis truck crops.' i was stated that the main address ;
The possibilities that be week. 'This cut ) with
t> attention and held generallya farm rehabilitation and what as- 111n11ne Mr. Wall said that while'application I Win Exhibition Game But Lost) Monday morning would be mad
sort of legislative step- afforded local growers If they sistance if any will be given to similar reductions being blanks have not yet been I To Green Cove by Charlie E. Johns recently elected r
would turn their attention more made in the salaries of administration
to tha
has hit Florida taxpayers farmers. representative state leg-
Springs
received for In
use making these
from strawberries and seek officials in all ) 'b
away almost regions.
ty, | taxpaying bodies In such full I revenues through other crops, is I The supervisor pointed out that Those receiving over 'l, OO loans, they are expected within a (Islature from this county. i'
per
the past few weeks for THE STANDINGS When children return
ed e during only $150,000 was appropriated short while. Monday'to.the
shown by figures compiled from year were cut ten per' cent- andthosetinder.$1,500
i '' '
UI t It has driven other proposed official government reports. The the) survey to be carried on In cut Farmers whofeel that they will Won Lost' Pet old stamping'ground they "
were five I
'u titutlonal amendments from report shows a surprisingly 'small Florida during the months of July per cent with the exception of employees need assistance for planting their Green Cove .,._"__ 2 0 1.000 will find more'.room and generally

, (boards of consideration. amount of vegetable. other than and August.. He said that as far receiving less I than '$12 I fali 'crops.' are urged to'come.' In 8TARKB ,....__.. 1 1 .000 Improved condltlns in the
:
ne I'r one thing, it has brought In- celery that are shipped Into leading as he knew no appropriation has per week who were p uJ| cut at all. for additional information; and to Daylight.,**,,.,.. 1 1 .BOO school building., An added wing
Pf litence a state-wide survey, markets from Florida each yet been made' to give actual assistance : The Florida ReliefAdministration make arrangements for' a loan as Lake Butlirt-i-., 0 2 y .000 a CWA project; will prevent the

e gated by Governor Sholtz, to to farmers in the way of ,. Emergency notified I.loon as poslsble. It often takes a necessity of holding, some classes r4

} out Just how far Florida's tax year.The report reveals that California farm implements work animals the state's relief today afiotment>wall for loan.everal weeks to be passedon (By ESTER SCHNELD) In the halls and auditorium as was '

a Veil will be handicapped If ev- Texas,' Alabama Virginia, and repairs to buildings and fences. September would be $1,919,500, including so growers should make appli- Last .TIa radaY'. game with Daylight the case last, year, when overcrowding

d, 1 homestead owner knocks $5- Mexico and Oregon are among the The ultimate purpose of the rehabilitation $1,450,000 for general relief cation several weeks in advance of here being partially rained reached Its peak. Pupil ,,4s
| off his property valuation is to get farmers the time In the Lawtey; Hampton and #
,b leading producers ,, while Florida program when the money will be out. the Strawberries were content t
time comes.,. off of direct relief and back purposes. Brooker '
taxpaying schools
e D i needed. with a,8-o.:victory over Macclenny Junior high are
lags behind when it should be lead- t
;b he governor, fatigued at rent Ing all other states In the quantity on. their own feet again by making Other. items were" $250,000 for In an exhibition game here and also) enjoying the 'benefits of repaired ; '
the dally} parade of I them self-sustaining:, Mr. Dickinson receiving and processing cattle buildings and improved;
;e of fruits vegetables' shipped. Two Placed In Jail a 2-0 loss at the bands of Green ;
brought to the state from the Midwestern
nu i all differing that said. '' playgrounds.Things ,
, Cove their first setbackin the
e During the three< years 1930 While ArrestL.
re Ibt! be taken from tax books I 1931 and 1932' California shipped If the campaign goes through.farmers drought region\ ; $82,000for Resisting I last ten starts: were looking up, for
the transient and -
lid
the amendmentadopted] will repay the government program I The affair halted teacher also' with ten
Daylight county a
12,342 solid carloads of carrots into was
$137,000 for C.'' demons and George Reddish -
November took Into JhlsI for what has been them professional projects. '
things provided
ten leading markets and Texas by'raln after three' and a half 1 lining l per pent: salary Increase and the -
The the arrested late afternoon
I hands and called tax aaors out of the returns from their telegram announcing were Sunday
, upon shipped 3,695 solid carloads.1' During of slow, shaggy playing. The promise of getting their pay more {,
indicated additional and placed In the Jail
,1 grant sums city
to him Information which will be marketed
i give ase probably
those three jretn'FloHdk shipped crops score stood at 2-1 la the Berrl.s'tavor regularly than has been the caseIn :
the amount of that the wbuld be provld.difor.special pro- charged with disorderly conduct
the
property under '
supervleion'of
/; the two ,
to only ten carlosxj* Into, those jects. |Id be removed from tax rolls government:
at event, and the total assess- markets. 'Julius F. Stone; jr., State Administrator demons was released Tuesday breaks In scoring their two rune Figures for the state show that ;

{valuation of all properties In The total car lot shipments fora Green In said the allotment was"tessthan upon payment of $25 fine and For the Berries Joe Sparkmaa 60,000 pupils will be ,entering
three-year period Into ten leadIng 1 Washington was far from .his usual form and schools next month, .where they ,
costs. Reddish' fine
,. | hoped was placedat
*
r areas f or,l 3t. '*' j .
I. m comparison- the two Eastern r mart i' '1 fncluding Iri'Interest. Of, Canal He named $2,000,000 a month the same figure but he has) failed was wilder"" than a Texas steer at Will be met by ll.OOO teachers. Reports

h New'York, show: Anise seed,:712cars.Crom .to pay It and Is still In JalL times. S p a r k m a n's opposing from county.school.board: *
'
roe and from a UtUe, guessing as the amount, necessary, to &'Ive"not'adequate'J.but'
I tax the ex- California, twelve carl Further promotion. in the Inter. According to officers the two. moundsman was Jake Bunch..the generally estimate eight: to> DIne i .

to experts be able to,,.tell governor for this from Florida; beets, California- est" of Florida's' much-postponed lief."' acceptable, men stopped at the Spotlight had areao, off the Fernandina spoils. month terms, although' several; b

e, at least,< whether the'state twenty-three cars, Florida tea crose-.Ut.-canal and other.matters "If 'Florida communities would several sandwiches and drinks and From a pitching standpoint Bunch counties have said,that; they expect
a cars.' Texas 3,078 cars; broccoli of less Importance last week drove away without-' paying. 'A. had' It, over'the' local ace like a only five or' six"months, on ty
Id be
[ able to operate within it. put up $500,000 a month to be added "
California 821."Florida forty-nine called Congressman R. A. Green Hartman, proprietor of the place, tent, and >had it not been' fort; his the basis of founds now anticipat
get if the amendment is adopt to the Federal grant, we would-
; Texas 1,135; Brussels sprouts California to Washington, D. C. where he will have enough for acceptable relief." gave chase down Temple Avenue, mate"t'ml.cue.-; score 'might ed.

ough the state this week, seventy-seven Florida two; remain until time .to: come home the administrator added. I In the. meanwhile enlisting the have stood In his favor at the close. Opening of the schools also win yt,

officials are casting their bal- carrots' California 12,342. Florida and "cast my ballot In the. city "The grant for general relief: services. A.- r.. Alvarez and ..W.B. In Friday's exhibition encounter supply new employment 'for1'\ the N

for or against a resolution of ten.Texas 369B; cauliflower: California election. purposes Is $100,000 less than we Thornton citypolice. WIthMacolenny the Berries took thousands of bus drivers.' ,.Part,

|I League of Municipalities.-- 13,401, Florida:one Oregon Sine Congressman Green's "de received last month., We will,partially i Clemons and Reddish were over the;;YI.ltors, Into camp by., 90score"preacher" of tile state school: fund la used,

air the amendment as a 899; collards. Virginia 379. Floridaone parture, news dispatched from offset the difference by the taken \\.t'' another- filling ;station Perryman glvIng \ to help pay their salaries but the

bt.upon the state's financiale Georgia two; mixed cars California Washington hint that the canalmight cut In administrative salaries i I and black-jacks', and soft drink up but three blows. This marked major portion of It goes directlyto ;
3689, Florid:;, 8435. Texas be Included in President bottles figured Iq the free-for-all his second consecutive shutoutIn the teachers' ....rI... -

t question of' state dry law 6624;: mustard greens California Roosevelt's long-time planning Stone said he evidently bad been before they ever submitted .to being : twoexhibitlon: games' Ferryman ._' 4
unable'to convince Federal Relief
Jeal ninety-eight, Florida'none; alao -
In
to.be voted
November Upon ,forty..evenpauley.; California. It is said that the canal's cost officials that Florida needed morerelief his last,two full games, revealing Coulter and Wyman

H Into a mere general nothing election as com-has 1 192, Florida two, Texas 719; garlic variously estimated at from $115- funds In* the summer than' In BETTER STEAL AUTOMOBILEA !: that the Southeastern League veteran Write Forest Bulletin '

1 with the-homestead California 374 Florida none Mexico 000,000 to 9196,000,000 was too the winter,, still bas plenty of stuff. Several .

f amendment.- -..;.;"xemp--" ''" twenty-two Spain four, ..Chile large a sum to be handled by the s, ,, light surprising this week fact when was' American broughtto of .the local boys cam back The' 'announcement I > of' publication ,
kaler; Virginia 2,152 PWA through loan and grant con to life again,, .
aliments foror'.against'' the twenty-six; .ROAD BOARD TO. MEET/ Automobile Association officials wending the willow -of a bulletin "Florida -NavalStores.
Florida none Louisiana''two; rad tract.' In fin fashion to rack the '
ier is up written" ; by L. Wyman,' of
rapidly crystallizing as announced that la eighteen states
198 Alabama for. : now at
ishes. Arkansas The board of review '-0 score,
< and more citizens of the state the U. S. Forest s..e..and C.
Florida none; to be \ TALLAHASSEEThird -quarterly and the District of Columbia It la I 1 1H
330 is understood
Texas work givingthe
D i to view it, with favor or dlsfundriKls ty-two shallots., Louisiana 725, Texas six economic features of the canal meeting of the State Road a greater:crime to steal a horse Green Cove 2| Stark 0. Coulter, who la employed Joint ;l
ly by the Florida Forest Service
three Florida none; study preliminary Department In 1934 will be held at than itIs, an automobile.- sur a
teenGeorgia
of estimates u to the California forty Florida particular forwarded'to the Presidentlast Tallahassee September 17, Chairman veyof state laws by the'Associa. After racking up a winning and the U. S. Bureau of Chemistry

fits the exemption might bring turnips. ninety-six. report June lacked this.Information C. B. Treadway, of the department tion" revealed that while the average streak of nine straight, the Berry and Soils, Is of Interest'to friend ,

e> been set forth., Likewise, !twentythreeTexas out that the soil of which the chief executive later was has announced.'Transaction car today I I.' worth twice as nine finally, went down in defeatat of these former residents of Starke. '
is pointed
It
pral hundred off-hand estlma- is adapted to the qualityproductlon'ot said to have requested;. The board of routine business and audiences : much as a horse-yet a horse theftIs the hands of Green Cove by a More than l. OO copies of the
Florida
> have set forth I 2-0 Sunday. The local. bulletin have been distributed to
their score having
opinionto
every vegetable mentioned reconvened July 23 and has been for a number of delegations a felony carrying a sever,sentence -
| the amount of property thatId above; even in garlic which at.work intermittently since that seeking road work: Is on _the while stealing a motor car Is ''appeared practically Invlnrlbl l- operators and timber owners, It I II
be taken from tax books. eas- only a misdemeanor. I *. of late we find that "pride said. In reviewing the work of
said be just as date. program.Ingthemselves'out .. _
se estimates. ID' at It is can grown goeth+before fall the twelve month. ,. the
one case in the a or, as translated past authors nu
t, have run better, than. $80,. ly] as that,grown anywhere. GETSBLA'MED from the Green Cove side of state that the;naval stores
1-000. world. .1 FLORIDA : FOR' WEATHERBy ( I .' situation. ''..ev.ry dog has his Industry In Florida;, In addition to-

obably Governor : lta' : The for tax reduction" lower
Sh sur-i ALONZO DUBDEN' day, Springs lads were playIng working ,

r will give a more accurate: estate services Alonso .L. RUSSELL KAY' *m mid XUttc.y8t' '':;:Vnese'storma'' .,; Even after a stormIs with a horse-shoe In each: pocket overhead, and more efficient wood
than any of the guesses Funeral for In Its future ,for th* Berries had it over themIn working, needs to aim far mora
fc to date. left'herabUy Durden, ''who died at' his home in (Florida News Service) ; regardless of the'courseof : progress course can trees n
When he but the
nof everything the score. per acre through protection
morningwere such storms they are continually uiauaily:;b* forecast with accuracy .
for Washington he exit Jacksonville 'Wednesday afternoon. at This Is the season of the _year spoken of as "Florida Storms/ for,more than a few hoursin "Lefty Joe" Sparkman, the local 'and planting.n

led the Information, be comM held Thursday of the when residents of the Atlantic and Some. Interesting facts concerning advance,:. Hurricanes not only ace, allowed, but OIlS hit whiletaking The report states that;government '

here within two, weeks, and three o'clock at the chapel home InJacksonville Gulf seacosts from Texas to Maine tropical storms have been may,, but''often do. change' their eighteen over the strikeout agents supervised the constructlon -, tl

dy for publication. : K.y.McCabe'Funeral with the Rev.' ;,Mr.Hayes become storm conscious and look mad 'available' 4lfeteorotogls.t, Bourses 'un..pe tedlY. route,,to bring his total to elghtyPeven : in Florida.of twenty-two

officiating. with apprehension to nature's antics Richard W. Gray, in .charge of the The Weather''Bureau has greatly' .in''',,six full games pitched. turpentine tire stills of the new approved I;h

ckaonville Bog him besides his widow? In the CarrlDean. U.. S. Weather Bureau .Miami., Improved Its storn woming. serv Lawrence Self was on the hill forth type, The new-type still v'

In Show At Rib ''Mrs.Surviving Leon Durden, are his mother During the late summer,and With the possible i,, exception t of ice.' 'TWIce dally,'weatbef reports *Spring! and tucked the Berries greatly reduces fire hazards, lower -

-- Mrs. Vinle Durden of Hampton; early fall.frequent headlines confront Key West and Pensacola,....the are Deceived by the bureau fromsblps'atseao away 'with three well scattered: : Insurance 'rates,, save fuel )

motion picture audiences two, daughters,'Mrs. W. F. Rachel newspaper readers with the chances: of any Florida city being : ...,'Through; 'radio and blow., ,while retiring twelve men wood, and out lasts. the old-type 4
three fact that a "Tropic! Disturbance"is : telegraph :'communications the bureau on strikes. Self who was for the stilL. ] ;
seeing and :Miss Iv. Leona Durden; struck by a tropical hurricane Is
vdaJack Holtthe1lltUe brewing In the Carribeans keeps .la constant touch witha first time given good support I Ia :idopted' Nfk
; fellow slaters; ,Mrs.' Donni Chessef of about GlUt in,twenty; with'a percentage ;Forty-two stiU* 'have,.
DI Jacksonville for Florida, out- storm and1......*,'authentic information one of the neatest righthanders In
who Walter Hampton Mrs. Ann Pope of Unfortunat.ly \ of about on* to ten in the) separators and spirit-barrel covers,
VII recently,described: a* the Jacksonville) aDd Mrs. Lula.Gel. of-state papers are Inclined to disregard -, cities named based on records': of .and warning., to' the the league and well deserved. the thereby preventing 'evaporation

I Shirley' Temple**, when he get of Moore Haven; three broth- the advance announcements i the ,bureau. public'' based on the Information victory.: and .saving about one barrel oft turpentine ''' ,

J to the Rita Theatre Sunday ors .c;,. -Ai-'and; ''A.-'C.- Durden ,of which: tell of the origin of the I i< The average ntunber-of tropical received, .toe.tII.r.. with, scientific the,This was the second victory of per crop-a cash: saving of i

P.Monday, In "You Belong To Tamp' and A. A-i Durden {.of storm but wait until the storm storms-.I'year. !. eight' wad the knowledge gained from sixty years second half for. Green Cowl, over $100 per operation.In .

Much has been written about Stark,-also .five grandchildren. center Bears the) coast of the Unit aumber.'of\ ,tweaty-a/ tropical of study and reMUeb..The Weath they haVIDC defeated Lake Butler an, tltty..IJ& Iflortdadtuipeae ,
>r few of these er'Bgreauls, ," theo\< Jy .authorized la Thursday's game, and puts them
David and .curiosity baaarou.ed T ed States;; Relatively storms wer reported''aDd charted operators'< were,eoat*cted',by'
1 to see the youthful FOUR HOMESTEAD COLONIESEd : storms-'' actually: touso the Florid during' 1033 ten 01.which were sourc.of such /Information.' in the league 'lead, taking tb.thron.t the government' ''naval,''stores:

from ores neighboring city- Abeam, .secretary to Sena coast, either Gulf or Atlantic.:They known,. to be of hurricane Intensity 'Nor, ODe earn predict: 'the number away from the Strawberries' agents. In th* wooc *'a ccsMarted

'""i have said that In spite of Trammell O. F'la.)".said thisweek follow a path parallel with the and six of which' reached the of tropical: storm that will develop after a long reign. Ittort' wa. mad- to ettmlaate'.the
.
brlUlant Informed ,by either the Gulf or the At- this .fall.-pere.: probably will be In the other,league game,. Day ,
work ,of. Lee Tracy he bad been. state up coast of th* United States.The red., cupping'of tree. under ..... .inches -
Helen Morgan? who appear:,la Charles E. Plnchlon acting director lantic. ..As the storm center approaches ord established last year was very. MVscal but the dWlcu that-any; Ul'llt'red Its first victory of the In diameter to. reduce the depth' r4

J"cture. acting honors go to of subsistence homesteads, that : this section: local Weather unusual but has intensified the Interest of tilfat'wiU ytrlkd.Florida' are-. one' second hair;.defeating Lake Butler and height of chipping and to elln. >;

| W who plays his part with tr"w #- ."four subsistence homestead colonlM Bureaus record Its progress and la hurricanes: among/rest.*. in' twenty. by12..1.lortb.lr second defeat. Inate trash from the- crude gum t ,
"" FlorIdaat becomes .Th* tropical: storm I Ii not. pleas- .
state immediately Tre
sincerity. will established in this dents of South.Atlantic and.Gulf planUnjr'flre'< controlaad G
10 eagerly awaited here to an early date." Identified as the news source of coast. 'D ti to-contemplate but compared DR. LOWKT RETURNS thinning advice, and ,assistance "

,. pW-fartUoned Way star- No definite locations for the the storm. Editors promptly herald The..4. any special locajwIty with weather contHUons elsewhere; Dr...George H. Lowry, Mrs, Low were also ghee,
I* \Y. C. Fields which will show projects: were given wit it was It -Another Florida Storm." to droughts and earthquakes we may ry and their d:t'ghter' Margaret, 'In addition -supervising,' th h

t Tuesday ADd Wednesday It understood one each: .will be established Gull coast: sections of Texas, Is not. nearly;so:great. _a* ,lsgenerally realis that our,trouble. are light who bavw been on 'a business'and !construction of the nw still sad''

u this popular,comedian.'*s In,'western, northeastern, >fT Mlt1..ff. lUllS Alabama experience believed Mr Gray points to, comparison ...,,, pleasure :trip to Maryvllle, 'Tenn., the installation of Improved x''
llallacel' and ladrag man of southeastern and. ;southwestern. ICCUtoaaI.Ylalte from tropical out,, dace an average' of but one) As for.1934 while a storm mighthit ar.. .returning this week. He win rater equipment operators sepa were

Ullery Croup of stock players parts at,.the state. storms which: ,originate la the car- storm ha, twenty actually hits'the' us, th* chance based on sixty Hit'the pulpit In the First"'prtsbytefiaoiChareh provided 'raformetloa ,,regavdiaff ..! ".iff';;;

DIe"c used to tour the provinces ,;.-.." ."- .- rtbean and travel up the,.centered state kof Florida. years.of official goverasoent.rc- Sunday,' September' gluing, method the us* .oC threw.I 5'

7 *r"L .i.. t W .;' .UEOAI*:..Uqt"IIOLIDAY, the) gulf. Oceasioaally such storms The development of, a *tropicalstorm ordtilan'that. '' It, went ,If you 2;and WlU, .fee glad to see all mem- monetercup and apron aoaterlr':' .

-Porting ruid an Baby LsJ ,,jTh= Bank of 8trk will be eI *- ....p',up the ;AUaaucr; merely ls unpredtetabl, It .Is Impossible p-*,-.sy bete, better get odds of ber.lot' the congregation and other ala 'utd the elltroo3tbuq of :water. f /i.' ;

nywood'. youngest motion ,,fed an day n xt Monday for.the ob-r; 'brushing the Florida coast, strtklaiasut to foretell taW direction: of twenty to one' and' even than- -you'll friends of the church: ...: at, the. morn. u... ", taIIi i iw lt.

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ICME_IrIFfYd5LY_ STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY' AUGUST SI.1934 NUMBER YORTX-THREF. t
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e Exemptionakes. Weather For But Setting Is Plants Fine Berries Scarce, IFERA Will Buy Hay First Called Teacher For*"Friday' Meet Emergency Loans Thursday Again Rained Ball Game Out 1935 Attendance 4 i 1,


To Flx",:'Schedules As Managers Wai'
the' Center From Our Farmers '

the Whether tall end or of we& we storm were that getting was The first faculty? meeting for To Be Available Stark had-another baseball Will Reach 800,

reported hide-and-seek Bradford County High School teachers game rained out Thursday afternoon -
playing In

If f Political Stage Texas no one seemed to know, If They Can SupplyRehabilitation was called for this morning when It waa scheduled to play
by Leon For Fall
A.
bat-rain continued to fall in a In Oray; principal. Teachers PlantingFarmer the Green Cove Springs nine on the Griffis Thinks
the
first six
steady drizzle Thursday afternoonand grade were requested local diamond. No accurate reo- -
Mee,
to come at 9.00: o'clock, ord haa been the numberof
In.. the concensus of opinion hadIt -- kept on -
[ Amendment Drops
nhlhltlon, while
to Background-Sholtz I that it was fine weather for setting This Survey CompletedIn Junior high and high school Told To Guano In For games rained out this season Charley John. To Make AddrtiM.
County-No instructors were to come at 10:00. Additional intermatlon-lllenk. but stock oa the rain check market .
Wants Report strawberry plants-If you Plans Announced At Opening Of School
General school \
could get the plants. plans plans for Ill're.Soon. has been up all summer Monday ,
enrolling pupils aJ assignments drizzle from the skies l
Many farmers Each
ax; Assessor N. D. Wainwright were setting The local FERA will purchase a to rooms will be made Mr. ? t
this Gray Emergency Crop Loans. will brings", a sympathetic drizzle from
plants week and ,
It from many others Hundreds
week received a request limited amount of hay from Bradford said. of Bradford County aj ,
were inquiring about again be.val.able. to local farmers" the ayes of the managers of the local '
plants.
vemor Dave Sholtz to estimate I ,County farmers have mothers were this week darning )
In Bradford Flood conditions early in the spring woo a -- this! fall,'accordIptf to an announcement cltib'who hold the opinion that hundreds of of 1j;,
IV much property surplus, it was announced this pairs pants and
have caused a shortage both here this"week by W. L. Wall big gate receipts go a long way to '
nty would be removed from week by C. L. FERA making hundreds of new dresses In
Dickinson Force
tax books should the Home- and In the Plant City area. of rural rehabilitation.supervisor Growers Office chairman of,the loan committee. aid in financing a baseball team. preparation tor the opening next y, gr l

lad Amendment e> Tho loans'will be made for the However, where there's a will Monday of what ,
Superintendent 4'
Exemption pass who In
are
to
| the November election. Mr. nish the a position fur purpose Of planting and producing there's a way and if the rains don't A, J. Grlffls expects to be one of 4
hay asked
are to
Inwrlght had not completed his [ More Varied Crops Mr. Dickinson Immediately notify stat Gets Salary CutState commercial' vegetable and truck wash the ball diamond awayStivke the most successful terms of the? RY,
crops to be planted this year and has a good chance of cop. f '
for high school here.
tvey at the time going to ing what kinds and the It Is estimated, ,

fas, but expects to have the fig- each that Is available. quantityof harvested either this year or next. ping the pennant_._ they say. I that thin year's opening attend.y
The
maximum amount of rStrawberries
loan to
s ready for publication next 'Would State Mr. Dickinson a ante will be In the neighborhood ,
recently Allotment For
Help completed September
a single Individual Is $250. Including .
of 800 students
k k. his survey of farm conditionsIn Less. Than Needed any prdvious. loan which the Drop .

Wording to Tallahassee news this county and Is now sending Stone Suj-s applicant may have secured this One high school teacher remain.

liters, the proposed amendment, Bradford And Other In reports of his findings. No figures ; 0, ed to be appointed and plans for (
County See- ---- year. I
(it t exempts )homesteads up to $5- the ? the exercises had not
on work were made pub. opening been
tlons Stick To One, The maximum amount that will
Money Office
has stolen the show In the employees of the local To Second Place
lic and It is said that nothing be loaned completed at the time for going
Too I Is Irish
Crop CloselyThe FERA have received small salary per acre $25 for
} of Florida politics.he a to
atre more is known of any plans that potatoes and $22 for commercial press Thursday, However, It ;i4H

proposal ,at one time given that the government might have of reduction it was announcedthis truck was stated that the main address) t
could be
possibilities crop
nt attention and held generally afforded local If farm rehabilitation, and what assistance week. This cut is In line with Mr. Wall said that while appU Win Exhibition Oarae But' Loft Monday morning would be made ;,
growers they similar
reductions that
. I be a sort of legislative step.Id would turn their, attention more if any .will be given to made In the salaries of administration are being cation blanks have not yet been To Green Cove by Charlie E Johns, recently elected "N'Y'
( has hit Florida taxpayers -
farmers. to the
representative state legIslature {
away from strawberries and seek officials received for use In making these Springs
In
,bodies In such full almost all regions.
taxpaying The supervisor pointed out that from this county t
revenues through other .crops. Is Those receiving over $1,500 loans, they are expected within a -
I e during the past few weeks shown by figures compiled from only $130,000 was appropriated for per short while. TilE STANDINGSWon When children return, Monday s''
were cut ten and
,,1 tit has driven other proposed the: survey to be carried on in year per'cent, to the old '
Pet.
official government reports. The those under .$1,500 were cut five Farmers who feel l that they will Lost etampID. ground they

tltutional amendments from report shows a surprisingly small. Florida during the months of July cent with need assistance for planting their Green Cove ..... 2 0 1,000 will find more room and generally ..
: the
per exception of employees -
boards of consideration.or .
amount of vegetables other than and August. He said that as far : receiving less than .$12 fall crops, are urged to come In STARKE' .,---- 1 1 JJOO Improved conditlns In the

I e! I one thing, It has brought in- celery that are shipped Into lead. as he knew no appropriation has per week, who were |i
Y existence a state-wide survey Ing markets, from Florida each yet been made to give actual assistance The Florida Relief make arrangements for a' loan as Lake Butler'-. .__ 0 2 .000 C\VA project, will prevent thenecessity
ftlgated by Governor Sholtz, to Emergency<< I 14'
i to farmer. In the of of '
classes
year. way Administration soon as poslsbl It, often takes a holding some )
d I out how far Florida's tax today .was; notified -
just The report reveals that California farm Implements work animals the state's relief allotment for loan several weeks to be passedon ( By LESTER: SCHNELL) In the halls and auditorium as was

\ (fern will be handicapped If ev- Texas, Alabama, Virginia, and repairs to buildings afid fences. September would be $1,919,500 'Including -, so growers should make application Last.Thursday's game with Daylight the case last year, when overcrowding -
homestead '
owner knocks $5- Mexico and Oregon are among the The ultimate purpose of the rehabilitation $1,450,000 for several weeks in advance of here being partially rained reached Its peak. Pupil
.
general relief -
off his property valuationen leading producers white Florida program Is to get far- the time when the money will be :out the Strawberries were content In the Lawtey. Hampton and gi

iI I taxpaying time comes. lags behind when It should be lead- mars off of direct relief and backon purposes. needed. with a ,JM;victory over Maeelen Brooker junior high schools are
The governor fatigued at rewing their own feet again by making Other Items were $250.000 for also enjoying the benefits of
1 Ing all other states In the quantity ny In an exhibition game her and repaired -

the dally parade of of fruits and ,vegetable shipped. them self-sustaining; Mr. Dickinson receiving and processing cattle Two Placed In Jail a 2-0 loss at the hands of Green buildings and improved
haunts all differing hat said brought to the state from the Mid-
During the three year 1930, Cove, their first setback In the playgrounds rfrThings
Ight be taken from tax books If the campaign goes through.tarm.ra western ,drought region; $82,000 {While Resisting Arrest
California last ten starts.
liuld 1931 and 1032 shipped were looking up for
the amendment adopted for the transient and -
12,342 solid carloads of carrots Into will repay the government program The Daylight affair was halted county teachers also,' with a ten
I took 1137,000 for L. C. Clemon and Red-
November things Into his for what has been provided them professional projects.The George
ten leading markets and Texas by rain after three and a half lnniug ., salary Increase and the 4r ,
in hands and called upon tax as- out of the returns from their telegram announcing the dish were arrested late Sunday afternoon promise
3,695 solid carloads. During of slow The of getting their more .
shipped shaggy playing pay ,
I to him indicated additional and In the /
lore give Information as crops which will probably be mark- grant sum placed city jail '
those three years Florida shipped score stood at 2-1 la the Berries' ,regularly than has been the caseIn
the amount of property that eted the wbuld be provldedffor special pro- charged with disorderlyconduct
under of thegovernment.
\ supervision
carload Into those favor the local had the two .
ten past
, buld only 4 although the yean.Figures
be removed from tax 'rolls jects| and resisting anrest.Clemon .
I that event and the total assess- markets Julius F. Stone, Jr.. State Administrator was released Tuesday breaks In scoring their two runs. for the state show that
The total lot shipments fora For, the Joe
valuation of all properties Inbkr car Green'In Washington said the allotment was upon payment of $25 fine and Berries Sparkmanwas 50,000 pupil will be entering
tbree-yeac_period into ten lead. far from his usual form and schools next month where
they
\ areas for1934.From -x .' less,than I hopedjffjr. costs. Reddish' fin was placedat
ng Eastern 'markets"Including In"lnterest Of, Canal was wilder than a Texas steer at Will be met by 11,000 teacher Re.1
comparison of the two oTooO the same figure, but he has failed -
He named $2XK> a month ''
, New York. show: Anise seed 712 ..., Spa r k m a n's opposing port from county school board ,
to it tlll
urea, and from a Uttle guessing as'the' amount'necessary, to give pay and I III In jaIL
tax the cars from California twelve-cars Further! promotion In the Inter According to officer the twottreia' moundsman war Jake Bunch, the generally estimate eight to nine
experts governor ex- 'nnt adequate. but acceptable ra-
ts to be able' to tell for thisar from Florida; beets. California sat of Florida's: much-postponed 11eL"; ,-;-- ,.- men stopped at the Spotlight, bad cream off the Fernandlna spoils. month term*, although several

at least whether the state twenty-three cars Florida tea crossstatecanal and other mat- "If Florida communities would several sandwiches and drink and From a pitching standpoint Bunch counties have said that they expect -

buld be able to operate within Its cars.' Texas 3,078' cars: broccoli ten of less Importance, last week put $500.000 a month to be added drove away without paying, ''A. had It: over the local ace like a only five or six month on

dget if the amendment la adopt- California 621 Florida forty-nine. called Congressman R. A. Greento to up the Federal grant, we would. Hartman proprietor of the place, tent and had It. not been for, his the basis of found now anticipated. ,

Texas 1.135: Brussels sprouts; Cal- Washington D. C. where he will gave chase down Temple Avenue ..'. mlscues, the score 'mIght '
have for relief.
enough acceptable
I fornia seventy-seven, Florida two; remain until time to' come home have stood In hi. favor at the close schools
(Through the state this week the administrator added. in the meanwhile enlisting the Opening of the also will 6w

fy official are casting their bal-I carrots California 12.342 Floridaten and "cut my ballot In the city "The grant for general relief service of A., L.. Alvarez and W.. In Friday's exhibition encounter supply new employment for the t
; Texas: 3695/ ; cauliflower. Cali- election" with Macclenny, the Berries took
Thornton thousands of bus driver Part
E.
i for or against a resolution of .' purposes is $100,000 less than we city police.
8 i League of Municipalities,. containing fornia 13,401 Florida'one, Oregon Since Congressman Green's departure received last month. We will partially Clemon and Reddish were overtaken the visitor, Into camp by a 9-0 of the state school fund Is used. p

the amendment as alight 899; collards, Virginia 379 Floridaone news .dispatched from offset the difference by the .at another filling station score".//Preacher" Perryman givIng to help pay their salaries, but the

upon the state'. financial Georgia two; mixed cars Cal Washington hint that the canal cut In administrative salaries... i and black-jacks\ and soft drink up but three blows. This marked major portion of' It goes directlyto wi '

e, ifornia 3689 Florida, 5435. Texas might be Included in President bottle figured In.th. free-for-all his second consecutive shutoutIn the teachers' salaries.

I 5624;,, mustard greens California tooaevelt's long-time planning Stone said he evidently had been twoexhlbltlon gamesFerry
The question of state dry law before they ever submitted to being .
unable to convince Federal Relief
ninety-eight Florida none, 'Texas program. man ha* given but five bit In
up
peal, also to be voted InS
| November upon hu torfy.aevenpar8ley' California, It is said that the canal's cost officials that Florida needed more arrested.'i'.e his last two full games revealingthat Coulter and Wyman '

ded Into a mere general nothing election as com-' 192 Florida two Texas 119; garlic., variously estimated at from (115- relief funds In the summer than In BETTER STEAL AUTOMOBILEA the Southeastern League veteran Write Forest Bulletin ''c1

California 374. Florida none, Mexico to too the winter.:;
kred with homestead: 000,000 $196,000,000 was still has plenty of stuff. Several -

J>amendments. exemp- twenty-two. Spain four Chile large a sum to be handled by the ., surprising fact was brought of the local boy cam back The announcement of publication

I Sentiments for or against the twenty-six; kale;". Virginia 3,152. >WA through loan and grant.con- ROAD ''BOARD TO MEETTALLAHASSEEThird to Automobile light this week Association when American officials to life again, welldlng the willow of a bulletin "Florida Naval

l tier Florida none. Louisiana two;, radishes tract; in fin fashion to rack up the "
Is 'rapidly crystallizing as announced that in state Uores, written by L. Wyman, of
Alabama for eighteen i4"
lor. and more citizen of the state Arkansas Texas 330 196.Florida none; work The is board understood of review to be now at -quarterly and the District of Columbia It I Ie 9-0 score. the U. S. Forest Service,., and C.H. '
giving
ty-two -
fgin to view It with favor or dls- Coulter who la employed jointly -
Louisiana 725, Texas sixteen the economic features of the canal meeting of the> State Road a greater.crlme to steal a horse
In ballots, Green Cove 21| Starke 0. by the Florida Forest _ _
three. Florida none; A Department in 1934 wiU be held at than it 1* an automobile. A survey Services
Hundreds of estimate as to the Georgia California forty. Florida particular study. to preliminary President Tallahassee September 17, Chair- of state laws by the Associa After racking up a winning and the U. S. Bureau of Chemistry ;
neflta the turnips report forwarded the streak of nine the and Soils, Is of Interest to friend
exemption might bring tion' revealed that while the straight, Berry
the department average
'Texas ninety-six. last June lacked this, Information man C. B. Treadway of ,
ve been set twenty-three nine went down in of these former residents of Starke.
forth.* Likewise la worth twice as finally, defeatat
car today
soil of
announced. Transaction
out that the later has -
which the chief executive was
It Is pointed
veral hundred'ofthand estlma- the hands of Green Cove by a More than 1,500 copies of the ,
Florida Is adapted to the quality said to have requested,.. The board of routine business and audiences much as a horse;' yet a horse theftis
re have set forth their opinionto 2-0 score Sunday. The locals ha.v. bulletin have been distributed to q
of vegetable mentioned reconvened July 23 and has been for a number of delegations a felony carrying a sever sentence '
the amount of property that production even Is log appeared practically Invincible operators and timber owners It 1* a'
while motor
in garlic whichIt since seeking road work Is on the stealing a car
above, at work Intermittently that
uld be taken from tax books. ml of late we find that "pride said. In reviewing the work of sr
nnly a emeancr.
hese at Is said can be grown Just as easIlY date. irogram.________ before the twelve months, the
estimates In one case In the : goeth a fall, or, as translated past authors -

tat, have run .better, than '$80 as that grown anywhere. Crom the Green Cove side of state that the naval store

10000, work. i II FLORIDA GETS BLAMED FOR WEATHER the situation "every dog has his Industry In Florida,, 'la addition to

Probably Governor ShoIU' sure ''ALONZO L. DURDEN day." The Springs lads were playing working for tax reduction, lower yf

y will give a more accurate es- : with a hors-ho In each pocket overhead, and more efficient wood v
mate than any of the guesses Funeral services for Alonzo L. I By RUSSELL KAY Ing themselves out hi mid.' Atli&tic storm*.. Even after a storm for the Berries had it over themIn working, needs to aim for more
died at' his home In Florida News Service) ; yet regardless of the course I.I In progress Its future course can F
ads to date. When he left here Durden, who ( everything but the score. trees per acre through fire prot.ctlon
of such storm they are continually nof'-unually forecast with ac-
cently for Washington he exerted Jacksonville >Wednesday afternoon morning at I This Is the season of the year spoken of a. "Florida Storms." ; curacy foe more than a few hours "Ltifty: Joe" Sparkman the local and planting j ;

the Information to be com- were held Thursday chapel of the when resident of the Atlantic and Some Interesting facts concernIng In advance, Hurricane not only ace allowed but one bit while The report states that !government lit
> at the
led here within two weeks, and three o'clock from Texas to Main taking eighteen over the strikeout
Funeral home In Gulf seacosta tropical storms have been may, but often do. change their agents supervised the construction

ady for publication.: Key-McCab with the Rev., Mr. become storm conscious and look made available by ),Meteorologist' course :unexpectedly route, to bring his total to elghty- In Florida ,of twenty-two ht

*" i .. Jacksonville with apprehension to nature's antics Richard W. Gray in charge of the The Weather Bureau! bat greatly sven In six full game pitched. turpentine fir stills of the new approved

acksonville Boy Hayes officiating.: In the Cafribean. Lawrence Self was on the hill forth type. The n.w-type still
him besides his widow, U. S. Weather Bureau at.Miami. Improved Its storm worning serv
Surviving
the late and ice. Twice 'weatbet Springs and tucked the Berries greatly reduce fire hazards lower
In Show At Ritz Mrs. Leona Durden. are his mother During mummer With the possible,, exception daUy. reportsare ,
away with three well scattered Insurance rates save fuel
headlines con- received
early fall frequent by the bureau fromships'at.sea.
Durden of Hampton; and the
Mrs. Vlnie Key West Pensacola .
blows, while retiring twelve men wood and out last the old-type
readers with the andtelegraph
Local front newspaper nrougb'radio ;
Rachel.
motion picture audience two daughters Mrs. W. F. chance of any Florida city being *
IU have fact that a "Tropical Disturbance"U r communication the bureau on strikes. Self, who was for the still. g
an Durden three
opportunity of seeing and Miss Iva Leona : struck by a tropical hurricane I Ie
avid brewing In the Carribean. keep la constant touch with first time given good support I* Forty-two stills have adopted'separators
Jack Holt; the little fellow sisters Mrs Donnie Chesser of about one In twenty with a percentage -
Jacksonville, who Walter Hampton Mrs. Anna Pope of Unfortunately for Florida, outofstate of about one to ten In the I a storm and Issues'authentic information one of the neatest righthanders In and spirit-barrel covers),

Inched recently described u the Jacksonville and Mrs. Lula Geiger paper are Inclined to disregard cities named based on records of and warning to the the league and well deserved the thereby preventing ,evaporation

ale Shirley' Temple," when he of Moore, Haven: three broth- the advance announcements bureau. public based on the Information victory. and saving about one barrel oC turpentine ,,,

nes to the Rita Theatre Sunday ers.. C. A., and:A. C.' Durden 'of which tell of the origin of the I Ithe I I number of tropical received.together with, scientific This was the second victory of per crop--a cash saving of ti'
( average the second half for Green
tt Monday In "You Belong To and.A..A..t Durden .ofstarke. storm but wait until the storm knowledge gained. from sixty year Cove over 1100 per operation.
Tampa dorms I Ie eight and thenumber'
a" Much has been written about .also five grandchildren center near the coast of the United a:of year. tropical of study and research The Wtathr they having defeated Lake ButlerIn In all, fifty-six. la'borklLturpen- f
twenty-one''
g David and curiosity bas States. Relatively few of these chartedduring ByreaqJ..the'' only authorized Thursday's! game, and put themIn tin. operators<< were contacled'by'

aroused to see the youthful FOUR HOMESTEAD: COLONIESEd storm actually touch the Florida storms-wer 1933* reported'aod ten of.which. were source-of such Information' the league lead taking the the government naval,. store

tor from our neighboring city: Abeam .secretary to Senator coast, either Gull or Atlantic. They be of hurricane Intensity ,No,, one can predict; the number throne. away from the Strawber- agent In the woods a concerted
Critic known to of tropical storm that will develop rl' .* after a long reign.In effort was mad to eliminate the i
have said that'In spit of Trammell (CD. Fla.) said this follow a path parallel with the and six of which reached the :

brilliant work ,of Lee Tracy week he bad been Informed by state up either the Gulf or the At- coast of the United States.The record : this.fait. There,probably will be the other league game. Daylight cupping of trees under nine.Inches : b
nd several but the chance that any scored its first victory of the In diameter to reduce the
Helen Morgan who appear In Charles E. Plnchlon'acting director lantic. ,As the storm center approaches last was depth
e established year very !of them will strike Florida are one second: bait, defeating Lake Butler and of and to eliminate
picture. acting honors,, go to of subsistence: homesteads that this section: local Weather but has intensified the Interest height chipping e,
avid who col.ODIN and unusual In twenty.' by 12-1 for their second defeat. trash from the crude gum. ;'
play hi* part with treendows : "four subsistence homestead Bureaus record its progress in hurricane ''r.- 'I
sincerity will established In Floridaat this state Immediately become among Th. tropical storm H not pleasant Trie planting, fire control and ?t

Also eagerly awaited here Is an early date. identified 'a* the new source of dents coots of South Atlantic' and Gulf ,.to. contemplate but comparedwith I DR. LOWRY RETURNS / thinning advice and ,assistancewere

The Old-faehloned Way. ..tar.III No definite locations for the the storm. Editors promptly herald weather condition elsewhere. Dr. George H. Lowry, Mr. Low- also given

W. c. Fields, which will show projects: were given, out It was It a* "Another Florida Storm." Th hazard' to any special locality drought and earthquake, we may I ry and their d:',hter, Margaret. In addition to supervising the
Qt I* not nearly so great a* ,I* realize that our trouble are light who have been on a business and
Tuesday and Wednesday Itre.tJts understood ODe each will be established Gulf coast section of Texas, construction of the new stills and y4
I
this popular comedian a* In western. 'northeastern, Louisiana and Alabama experience generally believed, Mr Cray point in comparison. pleasure trip to Maryvtll. Teon., the Installation of improved separator .

manager: and leading man of southeastern aDd southwestern, occasional visit from tropical out,, sine* an average of but one A* for IOU while a storm might are returning this week. H* will equipment operators were '

hungry troupe of stock players parts of ale stn. I storm which originate In the Car- storm in twenty actually hit the' 'hit u*. the chances based on sixty nit the pulpit In the First Presbyterian provided Information regarding

h u used to tour the provinces : ribean and travel up the center of stats of Florida. year. ..of official government record Church Sunday September gluing, method the use of ther..
,
tba Gay to'. UCOAL- :BANK HOLIDAY the gulf. Occasionally: such storms The development of, a tropical are that It wcn't. It you 1, and< will. t* glad to see all member monwters cup and aprua material ''

Supporting F7eidi ar* Baby: LeHollywood's 'The Bank of Stark win be closed sweep up the.'AtJaatJe. merely storm I* unpredictable. It Is Invpceeible :place any bet, better get odd oftwenty of the congregation and other and the elimination of water,

youngest Motion an day next Monday for the ob- brushing the >Florida coast, striking to foretell the direction of to one and even then you'll friend of the-church-"" at. the, mornlag ..- 'from, the'. turpen.ttaOy''the .Installation alp

tllft Way and *"*">.: ....., eervane.of Labor_Day. Inlaad farther Berth,or New, movcfixtn.; and development of;II probably, lose. service. of denydretor

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BROOKER SAXTON J. C. Jones Sunday. TIIERESSAMI. and Mr Ruby Moore of,Miami; A. HIGHLAND Saturday from here, were o P.

Mine Vr Ci"t">y. C.rre.pnndent Mr. W, A. TyUr. C..pon4e.tJ. Tyson Thornton spent last week nbo4 g..l.l>>. C.rr......*.Mt A. Youngblood and son, Vester of M. 13. CNFWH. Corr. ...o.dmt and Grlffla J. F.E.Griffis.Prescott, J. W. Gritti, '
with his cousins, Lacy and Harley, Waldo and Mr. .and Mrs. Truby -
k CHICKEN BCFPPER C. Dl.xo-t;; Starke spent Thornton.. I Tom Sumner of Ovelda .was visiting -, Dyal of Waldo. Max Carter was: a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green

The Brooker P.-T. A. sponsoreda Sunday with W. A. Tyler. Mrs. Edna Harley and baby of his aunt and uncle Mr. and Rev. J.,B. Newton of Starke filled Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. children of Starke were dltm aw
chicken supper last Thursday Rev. Hanan of Jacksonville wasa Lawtey spent last week with her Mrs. W. T. Wallace Tuesday of his regular appointment at J. W. Griffis, Mrs. H. C.Wlmberly guests of Mrs. H. C. Wlmberlv r
night at the school building. A visitor here Sunday, mother, Mrs..Mattle Parmenter. last week.J. Hope Baptist Church Sunday and'Carson M. Grit Monday night.Smiliri .

large crowd attended and all reported O. T., Nelson attended church at Walter Sapp of Baker, Countywas I. Carstensen returned to his morning and evening. i were in Jacksonville Wednesday. -
a nice time. A large sum Lake 1>1'. W, H. Gillisple and Mr. E.
Lawtey Sunday. visiting friends here last home here last; week from Mr. and Mrs. S. R.: Swindell had I \ Charlie
of money was taken in which I Is where be has beena M. Thweat of Jacksonville weNbusiness Says
k City hospital W.
Mrs. Viola Summer pent Sat- week. as their guests Sunday S.
to be used for the benefit of the visitors here Friday.
lr urday afternoon with her mother, Wash Davis who Is employed In patient for the past few weeks.J. Swindell of'Gainesville, Mr. and rMIEGOUS
school. D. Hall is visiting relatives.In Mr N. T. Green and childrenof
Mrs. Lizzie Tyler.A Jacksonville spent Sunday here Mrs. John Adkins of Jacksonville. tq.g AIARp, -
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY revival meeting will begin with his family. Jacksonville this week. Mrs;.Euia Welsh of Jacksonvillewas Starke spent Friday here with !

Little Madge Bloss celebrated, her here next Sunday and run through Mrs E. B. Hart and son, Berch, Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and daughters visiting Miss Nettle Hersey relatives.B. f i r
third birthday, August 27, with a September, in charge of Rev. Wiggins spent the weekend at her home In Rhoda and Ruth were visiting relatives Sunday.' H. Ricks and Carson M. Crlf-
III party. Many games were played I of Lake City. All are invited. Walahaho. in Waldo Saturday.Rev. S. S. and J. A. Adkins of Jacksonville fie were in Starke Friday.

after which cake, lemonade and ice' Mr. and Mrs. Brady Callans of Miss Bertlct Norman spent Sun D. L, Phillips of Lawtey were visiting at the homeof Lawrence Dlnklns of Lawteywas
tea were served the guests by the Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs, Elsie UnderhilL preached an interesting sermon at R. M. Hersey and family Sun- a visitor here Friday.Mr. .
little girl's mother, Mrs. Lula Mae Crocket Summer Sunday. day Hope Baptist Church Saturday at the Christian Church SundayA and Mr .' W. M. Wimberlyand
Bloss assisted by Miss Allle Ray Mrs. Jean Darby was a visitor Norman Johns spent the week- evening.Mr. large crowd enjoyed services Miss Freddy Wimberly of
Waters. Those present with littleMad&e here Friday. end at .his home in Graham. and Mrs. A. H. Johns and day. Starke visited relatives here Sun- /W !
were: Lorena Polk, Annie I There will be church services at I son, L. M. Game and Miss Lucille afternoon. *'Services were render I I
Jane Waters, Eunice Waters, Vir- HEILBRONN SPRINGS the Arbor Friday night. Rev. Grlf,,Bennett of Starke were visiting ed by Elder J. Mullady and Rev.' J. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Carter and r
gle Waters, Joyce Atkinson, IllIne fls will conduct services. Everybody .
Mrs. C. Sullivan last week. E. Newton. Mrs. Trudie Austin of Maxville
Atkinson, Minnie Lue Hazen, Ma- Him Tbrlina llhotlrn. Curre.pondrM I invited to attend. Miss Debbie Phillips of Lawtey MI', and Mrs. E. S. Sibley of were visitors here Sunday. 1 1.I
..t vis Thomas, Betty Pardee, Mary Mr and Mrs. J. C. Jones and Hellbronn Springs baseball team attended services at the Baptist Starke were visiting Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Elsie L/Nesbeth of Brook-
Ellen Waters, Eva Fay Galncy;), Thelma Khoden spent Tuesday and will go to Graham Sunday after Church Saturday night. C. A. Youngblood Friday evening.Mr. lyn, N. Y., arrived Monday to .I K' sometime hard
,4 Louise Bloss, and Johnnie Waters, I Wednesday in Jacksonville visit- I noon for a game with the Graham Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Youngbloodhad and Mrs. John Hall were spend several months here with t9 'tell which feels
Jr., Albert Pardee.BIRTHDAY. Ing friends. boys. aa their guests Sunday: George guests of Mrs. J. P. Dickinson her sisters Mrs. 11. C. Wimberlyand th mot foolish-
PARTY i D. L. Kite 'was In Jacksonville : Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward and Youngblood from Ft. McCoy; Mr. Sunday evening.Mr. Mlsa Ethel Ricks. :
r; Mrs. H. P. Gainey entertained !one day loot week. grandchildren and Lester Taggaret and Mra. J. C. Youngblood of Valdosta Leo Hill of Jacksonville attended Mrs. H. Mosley spent Friday in human or th. do

,, s Wednesday, August 22, in honorof Brack Frevatt and Miss Mae i were visitors to Hellbronn Sunday Ga., and their daughters, services at the Baptist Starke. end o' some o these
her daughter Eva Fay who I,Grlffla were visiting Mr. and Mrs.\ i morning.. Mrs. Adell Moore of Homestead, Church Sunday evening. Among the visitors to Starke leashes "

wan nine years old on that day.

a Many which games cake and were lemonade played after were [ "KEEPING UP WITH THE T SES"---It's An Awful Strain On Al ---By POP MOMANbPINO 1

served by Mrs. Qalney assisted by _
her daughter Vera. Eva Fay received
; 'YOU ME6aWan rr's "COLONEL. t=lNEY/ S STRANG
many nice presents from MfMlN AR8 ON@MInWTB _..'
ANOTHER coot< JUS BECA x.
ISe HB
AM'TH' roMri000RE AHoY JUST AMINUTE SURE
pT
he.rlesta.. Those
tl present were ? ,AS bOOO AND ASK HIM TO BOY. A COUPLE
DILLY NIAJD I M : 1NAS MqO.
OP
4v MEXT&MOKIr4<_ AL ;
Louise and
Marks Crosby
Dorothy -
x'u. SrHT RID op op TICKETS To TW ARMY
SeeaNCy ;
SICK of MY CIC.XMZSAM' EATING seal; : N'M 1fWi'$
Jeannette and Mary McCauley, r 4 S6 BY FRItNDS THSSIB NOTUNTIL us OUT op HOUS& A WHAT OMMIND AND MAW BALL..l tl: N 1 UI<
Lorena Polk Mary Ellen Waters, OF HERS -.- MOMt3 DAWlsONIT '' SETS HUPPY---
I : YOUR ? AL. M46'NISII' ;
Minnie Lue Mason Joe Ella Barry AraoUND NEi2E
Eloise Gain,..... Joyce Atkinson, ALL TH' TMe -- I ,
4 'Lucille) Melvin, Betty Pardee, Louise .
k Blocs, Betty Jo Webb, and Billy ,
i, Crosby Edwin and Roswald Mc-
j Qauley John Henry Mott H. J. 1u
,; Waters, Junior Brown Albert Par. L1 4 1, r
'
I' dee, .1. C. and Cecil Melvin, Perry r. N 1
Gainey, Glen Crosby._

i G. W Baxter-of Hortense, Ga., r rr r re J 3

t% la now visiting with his brothers S W
and.sisters here.
.
1 111 t
Mr.' and Mrs. H. P. Galney, Mr.
nn. tr 1 I
Y and Mrs. B. F Hazen Mr. and
Mr. G. W. Hazen and Mr..' Joe

; Douglas attended church services THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Ain't It The Truth? I Ii
a at Mount Zion Sunday
r Mrs. D. L. Hicks of Waldo spent -- -- -- -
2 Monday here with friends and rel-
atives. N t GutS$ rI .
f ,
Mrs. W. C. Crews Is spending ITS MI AKD 1M'iveal >
5 this week In Jacksonville as guest i WHAT'S tlWtttR'1Gat (oLiv! af>IIa CNARLIS CTARVE%

of her daughter, Mrs. T B. Cham I 6ETTYa4NSCRRTCNlO 'M pNR WNY HmIC Y THETA t0
V?? N14ilAMt THOUGHT IiE Wile Lao ;
bers.T. B. Plnholster, H.> R. Brown, 01} P'/ REGULAR tAOY UNI< --

.1 Rev. Q. K. McGauley and Mrs. O. LIST N'C tUULRt
; H. Parker attended church servicesat r' 'TNRCUIiN 1
!
Antloch SundayH. ,1 '
P. Gainey and son, Perry, / 1 f v
"{ were attending' to business in
Gainesville Monday.
k Miss Marjorie Robinson of Melrose $; .-
a la spending a while here as ....d. .
M? guest of her cousins, Misses Connie ,
# and Wllllene McCauley i
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of '

Ralfard were guests of her par- Hfc_ /
eats Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown
Y'' Saturday. w .X

n Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews and fe.x-
Mr. and Mrs. J., D. Baxter were
I
attending to business in Starke % #
Monday. i i/ ,
I Miss Connie McGauley who has -

been spending some time with ... .- x ______________________________
't friends and relatives In Tampa has
returned to her home here. iUE MAIN THING( ON MAIN .STREET" By L. F. ,;Van Zdm 1itily
a Mr. and Mrs. L. B.' Crosby and
children and Mr. 'and Mrs. P. A.

Crosby spent Sunday with friends < J hZZ 'S4t4 t* A PITCHER OF ME AH THE "OOUIJo .rrt 6EEI' SET YA LOOKEt -
I and relatives In Youkon. '= -THAT* srAMDW
m RKSMT BT THE R20tfTOoaa'HAt) A SWELL HEQE'9 atE UM
;S Miss Lucile Webb spent the JI1------
STREET Jj
week-end in Jacksou\lM. within MAIN S :.: :. : -, '14S% t* ONE OF MC. ANTHAT'S THE 8QOO"L"IM 8IlGE. TINE Do"11 1HEaE HEN TALl RELIABLE '
NEwlSPAPEQ
friends and relatives. Ml., WITH, THE BIG CIGAR IN NEW "10m<.. ONE o
al'w HECE'4 OWE OF ME AT TftCHE ""WNK13 BALL N1RIL NEW YORILMPS
FIRE HOUSE.
r: HEN RATTLETRAP "HAt'g' : 'EATIN' TMC PEANUTS _

.... H. M. Mefne. .o..t RETURNS .
FROM N.Y. DiD .
Miss Gwendolyn. Buddlngton and JA f GunEE T HG COP LoacS:
r I' DID Go To>> A N 11
Mrs. Ira Andrews and daughter ? AwFUL CROSS
AfN
.
BURLESQUES MEN HGN
th. Grace of Starke were visitors to AFTER AN EXTENDED 1T "HUM f ,. \ _' AM' EI'1r'BE' _
Jacksonville Saturday. VISIT IN NEW YORK CITY; TI Y "r :DOltf' ,ALL.1 Me1KEI
1
Mrs., Jim Hersey spent part of MEN RATTLETRAP, OUR TALkIN' i fNllA9AM
4 last week with her parents, Mr. GENIAL GARAGE 4CON, I
and Mrs. J. S. Norman In Wood- l-4Ai RC1UCNED T5 I O NRv
lawn section.
? .
MAIM 5TCEr.INClDEnTLy( .
Q H. M. McRae attended the local .
i church association In Jacksonville HE BOOT
i'' Saturday. BACK AN INTE0E5nNtf\

Un. Raiford Brown and children BATCH OF PV46T03 T&eovs. IrJ
and Miss Mabel Parish all of SHow 'T C .
plant City are visiting relative
here this week. _' __ .-.-._ .

MlM Nlta Kelly Is' visiting .
friend and relatives in Plant City.

}1 Mildred Miss Verna Brown Phillips of Sampson and MUs City f DOROTHY* IDARNIT.. &fCKarlesMcMania 1

j' dinner Mel-
were guests of Misses
bo. and Dorothy Crosby Sunday. M M t0.- WILLIE -I Ovt I'LL. TIN INFORMATION Y JONL1.: Twt
Miss Eleanor Connor of Vander- SEt JoNtS PERSoNALLY- SUGAR FOLLOW TNt KID WILL PUT Mt OMEAY 0011. WANT! You
hilt section was visiting Miss Mel- AND TtU. HIM ITS poR EM? SOME| AND CIT TNt STRMT-I TO SEND OVi3111
ba Crosby Sunday afternoon. MtTNN Nt'LL NNOw RIGHT boos 4 KMCWt'DClT tonic KIQHCOMMA ,
Ura. R- 0. Alvarez and children .,TIP OUT 11WOMOIR RICH f 1AUST AwM(
i w IJT SUGAR
,al and. Mrs, J. L. Underbill all of IPS WAITED LONG d EAT Ml* LUNCH
tor IN NIS
.Vonderbtlt section were visiting HI'S GONfcJAl ENOUGH POT LOT* orSUC
Mrs. H. 'M. McRae Saturday. 80>f OR p-' AH IM ITPAGE ,
'3 Miss Vesta McRae spent Friday I
with Miss Helen Norman In Gum t, SILL ? {

Branch section. rr
?' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrewj Q
L and daughter. Doris, of Starke, M
TI, spent the weekend here with Mr.
and Mrs. J. M< Hersey.
Remember, services at PIne Level
r Church next Saturday" Satur
day night and Sunday by the pas
131 ,tor. W. E.' Hail.e MNtM
There will be prayer meeting at
UM horn of Elder and Mrs. C. A.

N' Crosby Friday night.. EVerybody
welcome.

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IIT 11.- ......... CRAShES INTO BAY Ii President has let it be known that NO. TWOA NO. FIVEJOIlvT '

pit MIAMIJulius F. Stone Jr. JOINT RESOLUTIONA RESOLUTION 1
he will not give direct support to
state FERA administrator; F. P. 'It Economic Highlights | Joint Resolution Proponing; nn A Joint Ho..lutlon Pro"o"lnl to I ;
any candidate and that came as Amendment to Article 10 of thsCmiHtltunnit Amend Sect .. 84 ..f I of ,
Bartlett assistant to the under- (Industrial News Review! ) of the State of Florida the Constitution of the State of .g h,
LIVE STATE NEWS secretary of agriculture and Nets I a blow to many a political hopeful. by Artillnn Thereto. an Additional Florida Relating to County and i. ,
HpiMlun to Be Known as"Hettlnn Municipal ( "".. ."... ... 1
Anderson. FERA labor relations Mr. Roosevelt Is wisely refcalnlng .
T" Relatingto Home* lie II Hesolved. kr the l.eglslatr I,
advisor of Ha enlBsT* That ,Affet th I>le.. stead. and
Washington and Major : r from E."plon. .f the stele .. rlorlilal tu
of Florida In Short Paragraphs I'Klls. imMend thrrlis and Tas following the example of the lie It HeswMed tir the I.eal.la.iire .
:News A. B. McMullen state airport That Section *4 of Article lit of
supervisor Bills ....
ef Kverr I: *l ld..l Metloael tragic Wilaon who asked the coun- .f the Stale .( Florida the of the Htate of '

[ escaped Injury here when .......ad....1.IsjterSiatleBal Prt>. Level. Pr W.II..fcll....s. try to return Democratic majorities That the following amendment toArticle J1.rhl"'on..I""lo..Iatnll' to county and mu'I'3' '} ',,V
the plane in which they were fly- to House 10 of the Constitution of .r.m.nt.he and the sam j ,
and Senate '
was refused ,
IH .
hereby
the State of Florida relatingto .m.nd.d. and na amended '
West
Ing to Key washed In Bls- Happening Thatffft't: the Dinner by the electorate and was homestead and exeniptIslis. I bv silil- I I. agreed tn and "hal be submitted ,

.r -- cayne, Bay a few minutes after PuJK Dividend Cheeks and completely discredited In his lead- lug thereto an a.ldltiunni' electionto to the electors the Slate I .
be known a "Hectlon 7" provid, of Florida at the Ueneial Klectlnnnf i I
;MNV TO PLEA HUNT BAD GASOLINETALLAHASSEEA taking off. The plane is tlja'' property Tux Bill of Kvrry Individual ership. Many current Democratic log that nn .naseasment fur any Representative to be held In I

I TALLAHASSEE-The appeals new labo- of the state road department. I National anti InternatIonal I'rob- candidates will Insinuate that the Btal or County or Municipal tax. IH14 for approval or r..atlon., Haiti f )
..thl be ,.vl..lupnn the homn.stead Section S4 of Article! aa it ?i
j approximately 000 prisoner for ratory on wheels has started Its l l.nu: Inseparable from Local Welfare President won't be able to sleep ,.h..1 and the .same Is hereby. ad shall read. a* follow m.nt- I '. I
.
< will be beard by the state Jaunt about the state In search DON'T WANT SALES TAX nights until they are safely elected ,agreed tn and shall be submitted. to Section 14 The Legislature shall 4

clelJlency .eml-annual of adulterated The Inspection ORLANDO Q' but that won't the qualified 1 electors of the state of establish an uniform system of f
y board In Its gasoline. -Vigorous opposi- mean anything. Florida for ratification or rejection county and municipal government f 'f I

pardon beginning December 4. division of the department tion to the proposed homestead "Man proposes-Cod disposes." In the general election to b.held on which shall b* applicable, except incases .
11sion Take notice that the first Tuesday after. the riristMonday
%inn.rsi.nedwlilsoil Where local
or special law 'i
of agriculture announced the exemption amendment to the Flor- says the old proverb. It a 5
proves at 1 o'clock on Heptemner Srd, In No".mb..r. A. 1. 193. for counties are provided by the f1 I.
MORE GAS MONEY new chemical laboratory truck had ida constitution and to any sales fact that baa the Department of A. D. 1934 at pulillo, auction for that la to say, there shall l I. Legislature that may be Inconsistent ,, )

S MIAMI-F1orlda'AFTER five largest started its tours from Tallahassee.W. tax measure was voiced by speak Agriculture and ,high Government. Starke cash, at, Florida the county that courthnus mortftae;*. and at to the Article Slat lOot of 1101'111"the C'o".II"Uol r.l"tnll' of to therewith law The LII.I.lur., .h.1 bygeneral t' ,

will make a determined fight E. Burhman and Jack McAllley ers today before the League of Mu- officials giddy and dismayed. Indebtedness. HM appears by mortSae homestead. and .mptan. .n additional town according to population: : andshall t 1' .
i clUeI recorded In niortirasre book 4 SectIon asHectlon by general law provided for k''
are In of It. debt conference.
.t the next legislature to get a charge I nicipalities Perry Main Administration programfor on pave 439 of public records of 7" of snld Arlcl. which their. Inoorp.r.lon. government ju- ,I

proportion" of the state gaae G. Wall former mayor of Tampaand the farmer baa been crop and Hradford County, Florida Mr*. MatulM shall rend as tolow. rl..lotlon. duties. and priv 5h '
lair Florida Hrownle and Mrs. Dea Weeks. Section T There shall b* exempted pow..r"h classifications, 4 II .
of the Taxpayers
president -
tax,, City Commissioners A. HOB FLORIDA BANK acreage reduction. Working on Wilson aa Administratrices. of the from other than f"o epeclal or local law Incor I4.I. '

D. H Fossey and Orvllle Rlgby! MARIANNA-Two unmasked association branded both the theory that unless drastic action Entate nf W T. Week, d.c......... special. ....al. I".ton.fn. benefits, to por.Un."I I.. or towns, providing

the amendment and the sales tax takes' the -l-tt.-31 every head of a family who Is a .ov.rnn..nt. t '1I
were American Jurl.dlCtOnl
,
aid today. bandits-commanding "get 'em up rltlirn of and resides In the State nf powers. dut.. ,
"radical and we don't need eith- IIIrE.'.'.. M.'VTKH'fl a"|.H .....
4> -we don't want to hurt anybody"held as market would be glutted with agricultural Florida the homestead aa defined inArticle ae the Legislature.' 0 ;1Bq
-- Notice Is hereby given that under Jun ,
of them. 10 of the of Approved t.
FIGS RETURNED up the Bank of Malone and er surpluses for many years that certain final decree rendered by the State of Florida Con..ltllon" ,, 11. I''

iUJLHASSKE-The Inspection currency. Louis H. BeaU the bank to come thus keeping prices at Him. A. Z A ilk Ins los .IiiIre of the ation of JiOlO.OO( pro"II..I.tl tt. however -
Circuit 'Court of Bradford County, NO srx
JOB PEAK IN DECEMBERTALLAHASSEEFulltime that the title homestead
division of the department of escaped with $4,052 In silver and bankrupt levels, steps were takento Florida. In Chancery, In that certain may b* vested In.such hand A JOINT RKHOLUTION '

of employment kill pigs plow under wheat cause. therein. pending num- of a or In his lawful wife A Joint
2,000 cases cashier and Miss Bernice ram'ly R..oIIUon :
reported Hatton
..ericunure In Florida In wholesaleand and cotton and otherwise lieted SAO and wherein Krank Hl..d- ...., such homestead or .. t. Propn.ln. 'C 4
preserved figs. confiscated In Tampa bookkeeper were forced to standas and attemptto man Is complainant and Arthur In both. Constitution of th* Htate of Flor 'I
retail trade and In service
because the cans had swelled.bad the robbers scooped up the mon- adjust demand and supply. The Wonil et. al are defendant. the Undersigned Approved May IT, 18. ida Relative. to Taxation and Finance ,. ',
amusement enterprises varied by government paid out checks total- Hpeclnl Master on 1IIond..y.Ih. to Be Known a* Section 14 3 I
been sWpped back to the manufacturer ey and fled.SHOOT. aril day of Hepteinber A. II. IHH4 of Article IX. 1
Texas. approximately 18,000 persona dur- Ing millions to farmers In order to during the legal. hour of sale ami at NO THREE II It '
In tleeolved the '
ing the months of 1933 the department recompense them for crcps thus th. south at dour Starter of, the Florida County will CourtHouse sell A JOINT nEJIOLlT10N .f Stale at,Florida I.earUlaterethe II

SUICIDE BY STINGS AT ORGANIZER I of commerce reported today. destroyed. to the hlKheKt and beat bidder for 1 Joint Proposingthe; That the following amendment to '
TRIES ORLANDO-A union organizer The peak of employment In that cash. the following: premises. situate Amendment' of Article XIX nf the Article IX of the Constitution of 4 ,
TAMPA-Ramon Perez; 34, an Everything went along well- In Bradford Cnitnty, .'Iorldatowit: ( ..n.llullnn of Florida Relating the State of Florida, to b* known
William
cigar maker sought Brune narrowly escaped! year was reached In December until tbe power of God appeared, In All I of the NWV4 nf HHVi oi/ HBO. IH, to as Section 14 of aalil Article IX b* I (I'
unemployed the slugs or assassins here as gun- 'when 65,375: persons held full-time Twp fl H H S3 I K. lying enst. ofAlllHfttor He It Meselved t the Legislature and the same I. hereby. agreed to I
death by leaping nude Into a fire from the form of the worst drought In I' Creek: the cannl alongth* of the State nf Florida, .and shall b* aubmlttml to the elec-' il'',.
automo- and the low
spat a moving Jobs point was registered :
of yellow Jackets authorl- generations. The wheat and cot- bed of salil I clack. livingth I line; and That Artl.-Ie XIX nf the Constitu, to,'. of the Slat of Florid. at the
iwirm bile as the labor leader stood on in July when the employment containing eight <8)) acres more or tion of the Htat of be, anti ileneral EI"to. to b* on the I .
reported. His condition was ton crops of whole. states were lit- lose together with the 1101'11. flrtat the first Mon.tlay .
ties ; tenements Tuesday
the porch of his home. While a dropped to 47,288. the same I I.* hereby .m.nd... a.
as serious by hospital at- erally burned to dust-cattle died hereditaments. and appurtetianueii to aa : In November, 1034, for ratifica I '
regarded hail of lead believed to have been --- thereto beinging.A. ... r.l.w. Hon or rejection) _

tendants. discharged from a shotgun and pIstol KEMOVED FROM OFFICE of thirst and starvation-high H (CREWS ARTICLE xix "Heel Ion 14. For a period of fif

TALLAHASSEE: GOV. Dave winds whirled away seed and topsoil A. Rpeclnl Master In Chancery.KNIOHT Section I. The Board of County teen years from the beginning.

STETSON POST FILLED spattered against the porch making a desert of what had & KNK1IIT l..null..loII". of each County In operaton. motion plrtlr. studio
Brune ran Into the house unharmed. Sholtz has appointed W. R. Becker Attorney for Complainants. nftenor than once In which .. establlsheil .
DELAND-Resigning his position of Miami to succeed Bob Simpson been the finest and richest farm IIT|latls.nNO'l'IC'R | every two years. upon the applica. In thl. State on or after July

as vice president and dean of Dade tax collector land In the country. lion voters of one-fourth nt of the registered Is, .JO I Including- all land build _ _
County OP MtftTRR'N H\lK any County, shah call ings and chattels utilised In conneotlnn I?
Baylor University. Dr. WflllamSlmms whom the governor suspended on Outside of the afflected areas Notice Is hereby slven, that under and \ for an election .I In this th..r.wlh. and all raw mateilal _
.and by virtue of that certain Final which application In. maile
"DEAD" SNAKE BITES nil I '
of baa (the finished
Allen Texas accepted grounds 'misfeasance and malfeasance the American people had little Idea Ieerae. of foreolnmir mad and lo whether. the Male of In- duets 1 nf sui studio" and plants pro', _ _
the presidency of the John B. JACKSONVILLE Thomas and Incompetency." In of what tbe result of this wouldbe. rendered. on the 28th, day of JulyA. llrmoia' beer well an. finished products aa or .

Stetson University at DeLand Fla. Swillle killed a four-foot snake la 1>. 19.14, by Honoiable A. Z. Ad- shall he p ,, 1"I' this film*, shall bn exempt from all ad.
his order removing Simpson Gov. They read the headlines felt kins. judg of the Twenty Hlxth question to be d..rmln.' by a valorem I taxation, that
Dr. Allen succeeds The late Dr. his backyard with a sharpedgerod. Sholta stated an audit of the collector' pity far the farmers' whose year's Judicial Circuit of Florida In that majority of those voln"at the election which shall except become no effec exemption 1k.

Lincoln Hulley. The snake cofled. Swillle certain cause therein. pending, called lndeI' whichelection tive by virtue of thl. Amendment
office showed a shortageof Income had vanished agreed that wherein F M. Taylor I is complainantand .. In the %
struck. cleaving the bead cleanly. "h.11 ..rondlrt. shall extend beyond the year 19411 I _ _
127809.10 for taxes, licenses the Government should administer Fronnl Clemmnns, T.ewlM Clem manner pr..rlh. by for hold Th exemption herein authorized 4'
;MUST LOSE LEG The bead bounded toward Swillle, nions, J. M Dlxon and Ethel. Dixon ing genera! elections.. Elections .not apply to real estate _ _ _
and poU taxes which bad been collected relief. What thedid/ not realise .hal own
are defendants, I. the undersigned a. under thl* shall) b held
l auch motion
1..lun .
TAMPA-Mrs. Peter TomueUo.Sr. the fangs-atm deadly-sinking but not turned over to thestate. was that the drought followingupon Special' Master, will sell for cash to within sixty dxya th* tlm of and plants except the picture real estate studios oe- _ _
Into his arm. Today be was reported the highest and bent bidder at the presentingsaid but If
., of Klsslmmee mother of Peter the man-made campaign to .ppll".t"n. cupled as the location required to
ffntith door of the Court Hotts. Int4tarke any such .1..lnn. "holid thereby house such motion _____________
Tomaaello Jr., speaker of the FlorIda "doing aa well as take picture atudlos' ____
S destroy produce, had turned the Bradford County Florida on place sllty daya of any and plants and other buildings Incidental
of having: been given Monday the Third day of HeptemberA State or National ejection .
house .representatives LEGION EXPECTS CROWD crop surplus Into a crop deficit. primary to the operation of such .tudlos ,
D. durIng the legal hour of It be held within
to the t. nxm: noon after the .queer expected'"j attendance 198. "hal sixty and together with Such
brought Tampa lioBpltal MIAMI-Record breaking And that means but one thing: pale. the purpose of satisfying; days .f.r ,' Hint or Naton. lands aa p'.nt.* required for hous 4

undergo an operation for amputation at .recent American Legion Soaring food prices to tbe con. said final decree, the following de.sirlhad .I..lon. primary Ing officer and employees, and for

of her left leg :Monday morn- MATTRESS state conventions :a :genera sumer. Private lands, \,InBradford Section I. Thee Legislature I shall warehouses, laboratories, cuttingrooms _ _
crop expert. say county>
rII"'J. provide by .
JACKSONVILLE Mat tress- .n.r..1 or special or In.al projection rooms, .tor.. .
.
hag due to gangrenous condition. tone of optimism regarding fall that It will take five or six years Th. West < legislation law to carry out and trackage, shipping t"eIIU. set*
S making projects financed by the ql"rl..r| nf qu.rl. of enforce th* provision of this Article. and location. I
business throughout the nation to to make for the have Ten
up crops we Rectlon <10), Township Seven
All laws relating to I IntoxKallng Approved June T, 1081. I
SUBJECT: TO ARREST FERA and employing about 1,100
gether with .heavy advance book- lost. Every one of these expertsIs (7) South Range Twenty-Two (II) liquors, wines I and beer which were _ _
.
MIAMI-Members of federal women got under way at seven- Ings for travel accommodations to of the belief that during the E..t containing acre* more or In effect nn December. 81, Ills, un NO SEVEN '

transient camps are not Immune : teen factories In the state Monday the American national n. B. KNIOHT. less changed by the Legislature by A JOINT
Legion con- coming winter food prices will be laws expressly made effective concurrently nmROT.UTION ,

to arrest by state peace officers It was announced here by GlennB. -ventlon .Miami have caused MI- higher than for many year. past- A. fl. Crews Special solicitor Maater forcomplainanL : I with the(.. amendment, A Joint o loro sn __ __ _____
Amendment
shall .... to the
while federal state director for educational an become effect iiro'
Calmes
even on property, UDder ch.nl"d
ami convention officials to .make and that. coming at a time when lye with thl and no Constitution of the State 'lor.

a ruling made here by the U. ,projects factories will preparations for handling registrations the national income la still heavily : 5.3StsIlaorlcB remain until A..t..l.... .ha1.. by Ida...Relative to Cities "_ _ _
.
8 district attorney's office. The be located In Fensacola, two .each the Legislature. Th* power of the I. '
equal to those at Chicago last depressed and millions of families KI.KCT101 Legislature. to provide necessary lie Re...by the L..I'.e

question arose when camp officials at Jacksonville and Gainesville year when a new record was established. are earning Just enough to get by WH1HmA", The Legislature nf law to carry out and onfnroe this ef ik* a,aie KlrlaiThat vi
refused to release J. McDowell and one each at Tallahassee, Pal- 133. Constitution of IflRft Article Include the right to the following Amendment to
on, contains the fruits of poten- tate of ,'I.rllla did pass provide .h..1 manufacture or sale Article VII nf the Constitution of
Butt, 42 a camp member to Dep- atka Orlando St. Petersburg 1 tial Eight Joint .. proposing by nrlvate Individuals, firm andcorporations the of Florida relative to

uty Sheriff I. R. Mills, who soughtto Lakeland West Palm Beach Mia FIRST HOUSING LOAIN'JACKSONVILLEThe tragedy. .amendment to 'Itb''t o( or by the "tat.or by cltlea and counties, to b* numberedSection __________________
Wallace and others have said that th* mat of the sam Counties, Cltlea or political subdivisions 9 said Article VIII. to* ,
arrest. him fta A charge .of nonsupport mi. Tampa Key West aqd Sara- Lewis and
were agreed to of three- or by any qov.rnmentecomnuispion the .; I is hereby agreed to
filed sota. all the power Of government will of the member elected and 'shall the, electors i _
at Orlando. State Bank staid Tallahassee financial tfth. al or agency b- created .ubmlte tO _ _
be used to prevent profiteering, nth *j that the vote* on for that purpose. of th (.l.narai ., _ _
________ Institution and one of Flor- said Resolution were entered Section I. Until changed by eleotlon II..otol to lie held on the first _
the will be
s- that
ida's oldest :banks, baa the hon consumer protected. upon their respevtlv* Journals, with I called under this Article. the after the first Monday In
But no law exists which can th* yeas ana nava thereon, and status of all territory In the Slat November, A. D. iit34, for ratifica'i;

or of being the first bank to loan farmer from onto they did determine orunt10 direct : of Florida a* to whether the sal tion or rejection, to. 4___________ ,
under the housing pro&'l'amsponsored keep hanging the said Joint b* nr I la or prohibited. shall lie Section 0. The legislature shall
II For Expert RepairingSmith's money what crops they have left in the miLIeu lo the electors of the p.rmltell. December 81, have power to establish: alter or

: by the National Emergency hope of higher prices-no power I at th. General Election In November rSa :"'d..IJ Wtt: the lleneral .hol..b. a municipal corporation to t _

Council of President Roosevelt' 198. Election In 1094 or at any time a* the City of Jacksonville I_ _
has yet been called Into play.that I TiiKitEFonra, J, n. A. within two Vital'a after this Article extending terrltorlly through- +_ _
"New Deal" activities. Dr. all ORAT. Secretary of the State of become* effective the Hoard of nut the present limit of Ouval '4
can prevent speculation along _
Florida, do hereby give notice that a County, In the of all
Fons A. Hathaway State administrator County Commissioner of any County any or
the line, from the farm to the grocery shall I. upon the application of oOlnly. dlatrlut. municipal and local _
p
in the work announced that O KM Kit.*I. KI.KCTIOV
Garage hoards _
: store. five per cent nf the registered voter fnvernmenta. bodice and of-
he bad been advised by officials of will b* held lit county In of the Cminty, call soil ProVide ..t or statutory '
the Lewis State Bank. that a $225: Washington is worried and uncertain "'101'1. on Tuesday. "ch n..t, ucreedln for an election to ,dec.Id whether. legislative, executive Judicial or
and In the meantime the sale h administrative, anil shall I
theGovernment Monday In A. H, prohibited In such vr."rlb.
Ir.t Nn".mb.r. .hnl
Phone 120 loan for home repairing and modernization I I. In the odd 1034, said Tuesday helng the County, .hi election to h* otherwise I h. j.rl..dlnlon. powers, .. .

.......5 had been consummated positionof $rxTTi ti4v o-vHMnicn aa provided In Article t here run"lnn. ..h municipal corpor1:1 ,y
forcing crop reduction on one legislative, executive, ju* I
\ ,
Thursday. The name of the partyto for the ratification or rejection of Hectlon 4. This Article shall he. and administrative& depart t1
i Night hand ,while administering relief the said Joint ttesolutlon,* proposingamenitmentH cam. effective Immeitlntely I Its tuiardM, bodies and of. I
Wrecker Service Day or whom the loan was made was tiiinn : : : I
;o.crop sufferers on the otherf to the Constitution, of its and the repeal of Artl.rle o.r) divine the territory In _________
not contained In the' Information .. Ih* Htat. of Florida, vl.: "Vlilnf/ the Amendment ti> this ': n such municipality Into subordinate I ___________
received! here. I of the United States districts I and to prescribe }"

The hand of politics not too well No, Oh'lB of Am..rlo. just and r..a..n""I. system of taxation _ _ _
A T E8OIUTIONProponlnir May 8, for such municipality' and districts
veiled is beginning \bo In ONT IU"
,
IKT! CIRCV1T OVRT DR4u..nUICOtllll'I'Y appear
and lo fix the of t
liability

Now! Prices ReducedON M. A. Smith ri/ORIDAl a.* Liquidator tM! CHANCKIIY for' Brad many suppoMty dispassionate surveys V of th*an Constitution Amendment nf to Florida Article NO. FOUR such Hondeil municipality and and dl.trl.t. ______________________

ford County Bank a corporation of the business situation. It 'Relating Ing Thereto, to the an Additional Judiciary\ : by Section Add A ,JOINT REHOLtlTlON at the other time Indebtedness.of the establishment sacIstisig

Plaintiff: Is an ancient axiom that smart Joint Resolution ,
any to Tie Known A. fctl) vs. .t. al statistician can produce figures viding tar the reduction of the Amendment of Auction Hi of the .nt..r..I. a/ll".t property.
Walter E. Taylor Declaration .
of ,
Nirmlier of Judicial' Circuit of Rights of the Con.stliutlon th..t..r. taxable The
nefendantx.rAaiB that will prove almost anythingIt of I the ,.. .
This State and the Ke wtele of Florida .h.l. from time to time.
wn. artoesnoent lie equally axiomatic that you apportionment$ H"'lulrln. Itelatlng tn ilranil Jurloe, Infurmatlons d..t..nln. of said munlclpiillty '
elF BLICATIOKI. and the Judge.* ..Hu.I Clrrul. Pr..nlm..nl.. and Indictment I I. a rural area, and a
The Htnte -Florida.: can color the true fact. concernIng nf Persons for Capital homestead In such rural area ,

Genuine To Walter ]U. Taylor and hi. wifeLnvenla business by J either overstatement Bo it neeolvrrf .y $h. beglslata; Crimes slid other Felonies. and not be limited as If In. a rly.h.I
.
Bayer Aspirin. Tavlor, 8111 Donnelly St.Charleston .f la* KMt ml Plerlilai Providing That Judgment and town. Much municipality cxeririce _
der- tltement without .
Went Virginia. o That the 'Court be all the
hasfiled the following amendment. A.nt.n. .r May I..w.r. of a munlclp..1"orpor.to
Take Notice that the plaintiff actiMefryielllng an untruth. Article V of the Constitution of. Mad and Entered In Term Tim."I and shall alao b* rec I _
of ag-alnet
bill complaint
hi. this mate In Vacation on Plea of Utility of I the legal
to th. Judiciary ..n.
In Ih. abov. entitled cause Republican sympathizers are T..I.ln. poltc.1
you l b y adding, additional ) Felonies I and DispensingWith vl..lon. of the State with t
seekingthe foreclosure. of a mortgage seeking to make the public believe lion I 45 ae hereinafter forth H.o benil the Necessity( ,,f SummonIng I the tie* and ohl&alon. of a county and
over the following-" premises In : _ _
( th sam Is err..4 Grand Jury Except Upon Orderof b* all the powers, '
_
to-wltt that'.business Is.bad Is getting .bt to .b.1 .ntl.d .
Bradford '
o .
.
.
Tins of 12 Tablets tl.r.. 10, Township and nhall b. submitted the "all. .Circuit Judge, prlvl.. ., $Including rep.

BotriM of 24 SEV4 e. Houth of 81314 Manure of 13 K,..t. t oll'.t her I worse. Democratic backers are fled vte.of, tb. of Florida He It ... ".ttf ine I,.gleit.rof resentation. th* State Legislature ___________________
NOW for ratlfi-atlot Ik. which would accrue to It If It II
with the tenement tierndrtaments trying to persuade it that business or rejection at this 'ot. KlerMai ,
Tabtot next ._uh.. were a All property of Du-
C ) sid appurtenances thereto belong-l Is re oveJ1DI., that definite Improvement I i. to asp that general an .I..lon. that Section That the tolowln.amendment to val {'. ro.nt" of the niunlclpalltleaIn 41
that and each 10
In.It I I. Ordered you of
"
NOW of you; ar. hereby required to app.r is taking place all the to b* drlnated aa Section 41 of Klght of the .ol..lt.I.. T'.ol.r.lol the said county shall vest In ..urh"Inl'lp.1 7
V of corporation when estab
to .ald bill of complaint In The Is often the ArU.I. 'h. Cbn..llulon of Htate of Florida. to Orand
time. truth as
said causa on Monday. Octob.r 1st so Florida he adopted t.l- Juries, Informations, presentments I.h..J herein provided. The of- _ _ _
low. t witi nf Clerk of the .
lies between these extreme. *- tlr. Court
and Indlotmenta
1134. otherwise the bill of complaint case "Hectlon 48. of p..r..n. for capi and Sheriff shall not 'Irool _ _
25c will b. tafcen a* confessed by of opinion. Business is still suf- ( Cal crime and other felonies, b*, and but the .bal.h.d
a) Th.r. shall h* no more than the L.II.latur. may j .
I.
It I I. further" ordered that tale same hereby agreed to. amishall _ _
yctn. : fifteen the .
tndlclal the method
the decline circuit f
each week lerlng from summer the dial h* to the by
notlc b. published once of Florida to b* appropriately des '. .uhmll.d qualifiedelector. which such office* shall. be filled I.,
weok* Iii BradfordCounty ta fields production Is of for :
for 4 onsecutlv but some Florlll.
Telegraph a published ignated.: number: and defined by ratification or rejection the general and comp.n.aton to be paid tosuch i'i ______________
; I In Bradford ::n.I.PVrO :'.. above what the normal season expectancy H suitable luw enacted by the Leg .I.ctn. to be held on the first I additional ,vest In them ____________
islature .
and the official would have led us to ex- for that torpoe In aonnrdane I Tu. the po" ane duties No
hand Monday In
Wltiwe* s'Iy with the a".ndm..n" Providedthat November.f., T fr.t. : county. abolished orcnneolldaietl
Starke. Bradford -
Court .t
i.e.iI of .aid \ Dect. Prices for commodities no JN4Iedal It.ln.d : with another office 1// _
eo..ty Florl4a. U... Unci day many i "II' iwiion '". fin person *hall be _
'
without
of August A. :D.: 11I14. seem fairly steady-thoe of ny lees law than fifty tbovaand* embrace Inhabl tried for a capital crime unless on making of all rr."I.lon for. the t.performance .
,
A. .>. THOMAS agriculture, due to drought, well tents according the la.t preced grand p.ntm.nt or Indictment by a or hereafter prescribed" dut. noW l
Aa Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Jury and no person shall be h _
'
Bradford County Florida., up and rising. Basic heavy Indus ingHtete F..a census; sadprovided tried for any other felony unless ficer.performed by Such county -
no ,"dlol.1rlreul Nothing! contained herein shallaffect
Official steal I) trie*-notably stoat' and lumber, .. tar". at thi tlm of rati on rand presentment Jury or or upon Indictment Informationunder by a Mention to of Article III of _ _
Knight KnlthtAttorn.y. .. at low bbv bqwever. t..to" of thl* amendment >>. oatb filed the the Constitution of the Stale of .
Cet Price in HUtoryl for Plaintiff. very altered .hli by prosecuting Florida, except a* to such
Real BAYXK Aspirin Now at Lowest I. or abl.h.d except attorney of ,the court wherein the provisions
s-si.6t.9U .Main. fly In the ointment is still manner Information therein as relate to regulating the
le ,
tit except a* I I _
*
So doctor 04Ictiori labor trouble. By the time this amendment for carrying the otherwise IJ ( jurisdiction and duties of any class
that r p
this Consti
at to put the safety and quick Remember toe. NOTICE OF ELECTION ::4rn of .
Into ecutlon. to ,
nor shall summoBlng and Im ,
any utica, ana ottlo..r. i. _
of Genuine Bayer Aspirin viee it for it DOES NOT HARM1thw I. W. K.: :Mlddleton. mayor of '.la read some 500.000 textile workers Ing- Circuit Judge or Htale 'a peachment, except and case caee In of Im : and petit Jurors, _______
HEART. ADd that scientists he disturbed In the tenure of hi.. the to assessing' and collecting _
tbe reach: of everyone tb*) THE Florida by virtue of the may have walked out para mllltla when In active service In tax

Price Reduced! you pay has now been reduced rate it among the fastest See WutllltloM known la/e ,authority Btarke vested In me by the law. :lysing the Industry. Whether they. commission lice until the held ..plIon the of date any with tlm. the of war consent, or of which Congress the atate. for leg county the lees purpose and compensation and to regulat of '.._ _ _ _

ever to low that nobody need. reliefs for pain. .( do hereby can aa election to beheld 'do or not, I* not especially important Chic ameadment I I. ra1tl.4 keep In time of peace. Any parson, may county officer. No .a.tllaln. _
again accept son* other prep.Wipn below.) 4b> I shell b* of the under auch I InforniMlon the establishing or .bol.hln. '
in place of the real BAYER at the city baD in the aforesaid so far as the long view I Ia con- 1.1.I.e"r. al It. next regular **- or Indictment for any'Present.moat felony ait.h municipal oorpo..lon .

ASPIRIN that you've asked for.: town by the qualified voters 'cerned-the fact to be kept in bean .* amendment. .h.1 have not capital may b* arraigned. and may ant '0 tat H..U"n. becomeoperative
ratified to or until
15c now for tins of U: tablet Why Bayer AtpMnWorkt I on Tuesday. September 11.. 1034. mind I I. that labor has been made to carry tats amendment pas into I., _enter a and pita.Ih In. term tlm or In. va by a majority t of the qualified approved

25c now for bottles of 24 tablets. So fait for the purpose of electing: the fol dissatisfied and force. are at workto and to make :: reapportlonment .a 1on. the court judgment on a plea enl. .nt held lectors In ,."r.I"lp.Un. In .. election
and 'tb
And the bif. family Ibe. 100 Olnce" keep trouble brewing In a campaign Circuit and of Judicial moJ be mad enb entered .lh.. In such municipal b.t..o long a*
lowing i Judges '
e / Clroul time or In vacation. _
Ublet :
botUea have again been ..- .......... One mayor; to unionize Industry 100 per hereby contemplated of any circuit court I I. authorised under this Ino.raI.r: ::4. '
du.0 in price. These low (*> There shall b* one Circuit to dlspen may amend or .
new e 'cent. The appeal made to labor I Ie with th* summoning,
'
pores .-. Three aldermen; judge to each Judicial Circuit but I empanellingand orising the ,*
United are now iIa effect throughout rJ By th*-.g One clerk, treasurer tax assessor I that If it loses now Its cause will additional Circuit Judge for Judicial grand Jury at any enlivening term of court the by dun to the qualified voter Unless ._ _
Statea. the Legislative.
It hit* Circuit may b* for act providing forsuob .,
other provided making
On the entering and
11 torn of .... and tax collector.: I be set back a century. by law a* authorized by Section the clerk of safd court filing with amendment or ".t.n.lon shall t

So- M :i One marshal. band, conservative leader be- 4< of Amended Article V of this I order directing that no a written provide' for such .".r.ndum

When Always Yoa My Buy"Bayt? .. Inspectors of said election: R. A. 'ii.,* radicalism'and strike will Constitution Circuit Judge but apportioned th* total numberof to anyone b which* ummoaed order at of such th* Circuit term of deJl: Approved May-. IUI. 2,

WATCH Newsome William Agin, Vincent i hake'public confidence In organized Judicial circuit shall not exceed may be mad* In vacation Th* vote cast In compliance with
Aad remember when You uk for MS HCONM BT hOP labor at this tun*-that meditation one Circuit Judge for every fifty time of said, court The Legislature said pro.... amendments, and She
"yer Aspirin Cemane. ..Aepfrln TibiaS Hartsto Alvarez.In It..n.Inlablt."t.., or major frac shall have by c.n" ,''ar.lon and return
low A general
Jot these new legislation i .
I hereunto Is better than force. thl* amendmenthall .w. thereof .. to the .1.1Paine
... testimony whereof th..ot. to .
Prices it's dew>u rate sad a* t*- .r. the number of
regulations
to .
accept and
onnecpMiary now Interest to business put Into effect. grand juror restriction
Of obvious serve
any other prepnj.'tion in its place. Whet Happen* In Thei 0L1S158tomatiG'nun. subscribe my name and cause the I Cd) in Circuit having more than a grand. and upon, or constitute a. are provided by law for general
So- tI_ la' Your seal of the said towneti bo here are the state primaries, which so eco Judge the Legislature, may designate number of grand Jury jurors to fix toe eleclionis In th. State of Florida

,H never ask ,for It:by the name a.u'EIt.. T"- ......"T..nsII .. ., affixed/ this the 8th day of I far have demonstrated very Uttle.I the place ef residence of Vote for and return required Indictment to l.V TRMTIMOMr W HUB EO.J
spiia'1 alone 'fmn you bwy but w.... 01 ..... e f_ .. W unto any such additional Judge or Judge. or presentment. hav* b.r.unto set my I
l-jy toy BASKrR Aspirin and T....... August. A. D. 1934. Most Democratic nominees arc enthusiastic .*. wet Deal most : cults and Judge thereof hereby a. aforesaid of th* Hta>. Florida, at
New men- take effect
you get it. W. E. MIDDLETON Mayor.Attest .h.1 at Tallahassee. if
I provided for shall become effective midnight' Capital.
on
candidAtes are equally I fist IB34, SEAL this the (weal'
-> Republican : sixty days after the act providing the necessity' of -third day.

I WA'" AT8AT. ASH-IN" NOW WHIM YOU MIYi. CARL JOHN, City Cterk., enthusiastic In opposition. The j for sam shall Jan have I, hecom law." 1 without Uglel*- 0' .ol, a A. Do 11.
Approved June 7. 1533.WIl'W .
opp..4 S.a ecretary of .'at. >.1,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.: FLORIDA FRIDAY.ArGus ..
I PAGE __ _... _.. Its
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S I' J. A. :Martinez\ Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwel Miss Clara Flume returned home' The Sacramento is r> ii -=
Celebrates ,and daughters, Mary Lorraine and Sunday from a weeks visit In Jacksonville 'only navigable rjver, Ufon".
Eighth BirthdayJ. LOCAL. Kathleen will spend Sunday and with relatives. She was __

/: A. Martinez, Jr., of Tampa,, Monday In DeLand with Mrs. accompanied home by her uncle'I.
1.1/ ,5ocictjJ who with his mother have been Stockwell's mother, Mrs. W. D. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs; R. W. Mills I 666I

enjoying a months visit here with Haynes and their daughter MIss Elizabeth, I T..'....
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W, who spent the day here with Miss Check. Malaria Nxlrq In '{.p n".
Redgrave entertained a number ot; Mrs. T. N. Kendrick left Thursday -. Mr. and Mrs O. A. Andreu,mrs. Flume' parents, Mr and Mrs. F. CoMa First Three ptl)
bin little friends last Wednesday for St'Fet4reburg where she Delia Hagan, Miss! Hannah Swin F. Flume. Miss Mills Remained Day
H.......h...
Woodmen Invited Baptist Circles afternoon at the home of his grand will visit tot sometime with heronlnlaw dell, Mrs. Anne McGee and Misses over for a weeks visit with her. Fine Laxative r Teenraat.ii.3tI?IsM,

To ServiceThe Notice parents, the occasion being his 1 and daughter MX. andMrs Lettie,. Clara and Marie McGee, cousin" Miss Flume. < Mnt: aaee5s'', H...and..... Tonic
"
eighth birthday anniversary.The I Willie,0. Gibson. last Thursday at Fannin 00"0,
spent
.,
Woodmen of the World ot The Circles of the Woman's Missionary .. -;
"" *
B
afternoon was spent In playIng ] I Springs.Mrs. .
the Starke Camp, have been Invited Union of the First Baptist+j games and many lovely gifts Mr.. Ote'rt:;d. Searing and two -

to attend Divine services at Church will meet Monday after were received by the young host daughters Hilda and Eleanor have K. B. Norman and two children Mrs.
'1 the First Baptist Church on Sun- noon. from his little friends.Refreshments ., returned from a several days visit of Jacksonville, who are 'enjoying GertrudelodheyKialaw Florist
with
Circle One will meet Mrs. in Jacksonville with Mrs. Searing's ,
of ice cream and at their cottage on
day night, Sept. 9. & stay
W. A. Feeler at her home Dear .
GUIison.Miss
served late In the afternoon mother,. Mrs,'E. In FLOWERS FOR ALL
At this service a special sermon Starke at three-thlrty, o'clock. cake was Crystal Lake spent Tuesday OCCASIONS
: lollypops and jellybeans b* Starke with her mother Mrs. Annie -
on Fraternalism will be deliveredby Circle Two will meet at the .. of Jacksonville
Eva
Ing given favors Fugate Richard. Dainty Corsages Baskets of Flowers
UWpostor: Rev. C. B. Price. home of Mrs.' E.. M. Thomas at is spending this week here with her ,
Those this lovely party
three-thirty o'clock with Mrs. were: enjoying sisters, Misse Katie and Virginia Mrs. J. 'A. Martinez and son, J. Artistic Floral Designs
'W.":M. S.: Circle Thomas and Mrs. F.'F Flume an Fug-ate, and her uncle and aunt, A. Jr., returned Wednesday to
Powell,,
4 co-hostesses. George, Ruth and Mary Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. their home in Tampa after a We. TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Time
Meetings. Circle Three will meet with Mrs. Harold Johnson; Virginia and
of the Woman's C. A. Knight at her residence on John Anderson, Lyle ...Anderson, Charles Imbach months visit here with Mrs.''Martinez's Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association,
sA Circle No. One Mr. and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs.' A Guar&nteecllUld Bonded Service
Keene, Gloria Buford, Sonny
Methodist Call Street at three-thirty o'clock. Patsy at St.
Missionary Society of the spent Thursday nrternoon W. Redgrave.Mr. .
b}{ Church will meet Wednesday afternoon A good attendance at all .these Haynes, Barbara Jean ,and Carl Augustine Beach where they at- 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No. .sO
Lamar Johns, L. M., Gaines, Mar
1 at four o'clock at the homeof meetings Is desired. tended a Robert Morris O. E. S. and Mrs. S.T. Dell and family -
Ju-
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell vln and Shirley Montgomery picnic given by.District 23. of Gainesville, are spending STARKE FLORIDA
Wim-
+ lia Marie Dampier, Freddy
Christian Church Notice ,
Hostesses: Mrs. Stockwell and Mrs. -- sometime at their Kingsley Lake
S W. A. Bessant Jr. Circle No. Two Services will be held a$ 'the berly. W. K. Wilder of Orlando spentthe cottage. Miss Olive Dell returned
A'' will meet Monday afternoon at Christian Church Sunday.morning first of the week here with his Wednesday from a girls camp near
four o'clock, at the home of Mr. and evening at the usual hours, by Birthday CelebrationOn wife who is spending several weeks Brevard N. C. THERE IS NO 8UBSTITUTK FORQuality
and Mrs. .A. Wood. Rev. J. N.' Daugherty of Sampson Wednesday, August. 22nd, here with her two sisters, Mrs. Fay
.
Gill and Mrs: J. W. Edwards Mrs. J. H. Fields and little
City. 1934 Mr. S. J. Norman of the Vanderbilt -
Everybody Is invited to attend section celebrated his sev I daughter, Hazel], have returned
these services. enty-ninth birthday at his home. A Miss Martha Brownlee] and Milton home from a visit In New Smyrna AP
bountiful dinner'was served at the I JJrownlee, will leave today where they were the guests of Mrs.
RITZ THEATRE for a Visit in Eastman, Ga.. theguests Field's brother-In-law and sister,,
noon hour under thelafge ,oak You alone; are the loser when quality
of Miss Julia Mac Franklin
;Ijees on the lawn where'a. largetable Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miner. lu sacrificed for price. A&P: Stores, to
}{ STARKE FLORIDA : was prepared especially for They will remain over until Labor IITAtLISHID the best of their ability offer food at
I INSURANCE 'the occasion with friends and relatives Day. Mrs., Anne McGee and daugh- all times-at prices that are coiiHlktrnt I
PROGRAMBEGINNING, and his eleven children. all. of ters. Misses Lettle Clara and Marie I ly low. Alllllong of housewives will at.
WHERE ECONOMY |
RUHij
AUG. 31ST whom were present. Mrs..Percy Kelly and Miss JuneAdklns of Stuart, have been enjoyinga teat this> statement
of Winter Haven, were visitors several visit with Mrs. Mo-
1: Those being present for the hap- to Starke Monday. They are days sister Fancy Blue Hone
Gee's brother-in-law and ,
t occasion were as follows: Fresh Fruit and Whole GrainRICE
py Vegetables
FRIDAY AUG. S1ST. enjoying a visit at Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andieu.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barnes, Mr. their parents. Mr. and Mrs J. E.Adkins. .
"PURSUED"Rosemary and Mrs.. Jim Conner of Raiford, .
Anw>-Victor Jory YOU NEED IT! Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and Mr and Mrs.. J. G. Lynn and Fresh Cabbage, Lb. ______?_____3c
$ of Lake have recently
Parks of Lawtey; Hazel Leslie Helen and Ruth baby City
and Mrs. Billy ;
$ SATURDAY, SEPT 1ST. Mr., and' Mrs. Sam Thomas of Mrs. J. C. Yar rough and son, moved here and have an apartmentat N. C. Elberta Peaches, 2 Lbs. ___15c 5 Lbs. 22c

'KING OF THEARENA" Wauchula] Fla.; Miss! Mary Thomas Lowell; Mr.. and Mrs. Lonzte Nor- the residence of, Mrs. F. H. Longon Irish Potatoes (No. 1 Cobbler)
Walnut Street. Mr. Lynn is Linotype
of Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss Geraldine man; Mr. and: Mrs. Leon L. Ren- White Houxe
WE WRITE IT!
Thomas of Lakeland.Fla; froe and son,.Samuel; Mr. and Mrs.S. operator for The Telegraph. 10 Ibs. for _________________I7c Brand Evup
Ken Maynard tfr. and, Mrs. F. T., Norma ii Mr. P..Yarbroug.rMr.,Herbert Nor-
f .. o/IIIIf and Mrs. W. E. Lewis andson man. Prof and Mrs. Leon A. Gray and Iceberg Lettuce, head ________,10c MILKFresh
ALSO Clarence of Plant City Fla.;,Miais At a late hour in the afternoon children arrived''Tuesday from
I'OPEYE In Call us ,for amP.form ; Peculiar.Eula and Ella Norman all departed for,their homes wish- Apalachlcola where they have been Tomatoes. Lb. __________10c 3 Tall Cans
1 'Shiver Me Timbers' sir; and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead and ing Mr. Norman many.more hap. guests of relatives for several
of Insurance ihlldren Nina, A. B., J., B.,Nona, py birthdays. weeks. Prof. Gray will be prin- Fresh String Beans, 2 Lbs for __.15c 17c
of Bradford High School for
cipal
SUNDAY-MONDAY' ; SEPT. 2-3 \ ft i' \ ..NOTICEDepositors the coming term. I Rhubarb, Lb. ____*_______,..___.10c 'Wrigley's Don-
r ."YOU'BELONG of the Bank of Starke
:
2 Lbs for __ __15c tin* or Beechnut
_
H Cooking Apples
,
TO'' ME" Only "OldCompanies Lin Drive Your Car Into There' Win be a meeting of the W. E. Yarbrough has returned to CHEWING
depositors of the Bank of Starkeat his home In Pittsburgh, Pa., after __ .19c
One of Our Roomy Lemons, Dozen -_-._ ___,__ :
i + Lee Tracy-Helen 1\lack-Helen Repre .ta; PlIU'es'and the courthouse on Sept. 4th at a two months visit here with his : GUM

? l\lorl'-Uttie David Holt L Settle Parking Down for One rive o'clock P. M. for the purposeof two little daughters, Mary Alice Sweet Potatoes, 3 Lbs. for ______lOc:
selecting three depositors to and Fay Yarbrough, who are residing -
sented
y TUESDAYWEDNESDAYSEPT. by us. of Our DeliciousSandwiches serve as an' advising committeewith with their grandmother, Fresh Carrots, 2 for :________ :15c: 3 Pkgs. lOc

{1i 1 F 1oIf.! "4 W. ,C. FIELDS. 4-5 In L Cooling Drink.PLACE and. a Estate me, Compromise In making sales Settlements] of Real, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. Fresh... Turnips, Bunch _________lOc: P s: GAvocado

S Pears 2 for _________15c
'' etc.At Capt. and Mrs. William Chalker ,
Johns & Wainwright '
"THE OLD FASHIONED this time,I will also give a and sons, John and Bill who have SOAP3Cakes
WAY" report of the progress being made spent the past two months here BANANAS 3 Ibs. lOc
Phone 13 In\ the liquidation of this Bank.C. with Mrs. Chalker'g parents, Mr He
Near Seaboard Depot L. STOCKWELL, and Mrs. A.. M. Darby, and other
I Conservator:, Bank ot Starke relatives. have returned to. their'Ni .
v GJtNDIUOTIIER'S-Freah. Plain Sliced 18-oz.! 24-oc.
"< or /
;; home in Orleans La.: II BREAD 6c 8c lOc

tbt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Felix were
4 : : guests during the. week-end of
'"Soutoj I 1. r' their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. EIGHT O'CLOCK' 'Mild, Mellow.-Pure Santos

A. B. Williams 'at the Magnolia COFFEE Pound 19cWILSON'S

.... ., Hotel], enroute from a several .
't" ..,... ... \ f"ge ....,'! weeks visit at Montreal ,Canada, .
..
.' ::
'olf .'I ., and New York City, to their home 2 16-01. Cam

d.: In Tampa. CORNED BEEF HASH 2ge

: t ''Lt 'It e : Dr nd'Mre. C. F.Sayles, of MI-
: ami, spent several days recently at STOKKLY'S .
% Kingsley Lake with Judge and No. 2 Can lOc
E CORN

;..,.. .. I T f j! H. .E'L I N Mrs.Mrs, Saylea E.; K. were Perryman.enroute Dr.to and the FRESH CANNED .

'I'91 ....i:!"'. ...' ).,...> 'y1 ,:' .'r, .r :t.: ..; 'U" .1 1Y mountains of North Carolina where MACKERELQUAKER 3 No. Cans 25c
,. J .' remainder of
t J"fJ/IJV... -,.. they will spend the 'MAIDPORK

: ; the summer -- & BEANS 16-oz. Can 5c

VANS sells thecars Miss Annetta Williams of Birm- '
.
Y i ingham, Alabama, Is spending this ION\
.F week here with her parents, Mr. TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
Mrs..R. J. Williams. MIss Williams -
'i 1-' i; J"t''. and
c. \ DEL l\IONTE-FANCY. .
to For both new and used automobiles, Southerners4y : attended is a former Bradford Starke High residentand School ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Cans 29c

and has many friends here.who are
have found that it to buy from EVANS glad to see her again. b
4y r pays I RAJAH-SUPREME QUALITY

i .v, Miss Mary Brownlee returnedlast
x, i54i automobile Saturday from a visit in De- SALAD DRESSING I
'' ; Theire'a an outstanding Land with her uncle and aunt. Col I
1 t//lsllttt dealer South of the Mason and Dixon and Mrs J. E. Futch. She was accompanied PINT

rr line Evans.- Selling new cars at to Starke by Mr., and JAR ,___--- .14cQUART- _-23C
; Mrs. Flitch who spent the week-
all ten stores, and with a dealer
end with Miss Brownlee's parents,
VIA nllnut organization. ,three hundred in Mr. and Mrs. H. L.Brownlee.Mrs. CREAM CHEESE CHATEAU CHEESE.BORDEN'S .

';i rGi I {,i. addition, this.,"company operates as Pkg. Bc .2 Pkgs 29c
QECQQ Jeanette KIncaid arrived
fa I a unit to serve the South. Founded

ttf.V, 1 11 : nm ATLAITA in 1926 the.'?',firm has made' rapid Tuesday ing with from her Tampa brother-in-law and]is reside and POST TOASTIES Pkg. 7c

4. I1III1HHII'li'ililMTI strides in solid growth. sister Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasleyat IONA
d i ,f ::1 I '!,.r their home on Walnut Street. STRING BEANS No. 2 Can'' lOc
pft Mrg. KIncaid will be an InstructorIn
{ e In the used car 'market, thousandsof the primary ':department of SHREDDED WHEAT 2 Pkgs. 25c
d
::1' /ICISIAIqu1 people have, checked Evans used Bradford High School for the com- '

? I cars on price/; and value and condition ing term which begins next Mon' CAMAY SOAP 2 Cakes 9cA

IIItTIA and bought Evans,is the World's day.

,.. Largest Dealer. *; 'and I. "Famous Rev. and Mrs. W..E. Daugherty REAL SPREADNUTLEY

for Bargains.! returned home last week from a OLEO Lb. lOc
V 1 nun t **; tf several weeks visit in Mayfletd,
Ky... and Dallas Texas.' In'Mayfield -
8't GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
nJI< When you, consider a new or used they visited their son and

i "rI rnriR. car South of,"The Line," go'to an daughter-in-law. Rev. and Mrs. 'SUGAR 5 Pounds 25c
r Evans store!: William D.Daugherty and la Dallas -
K they were guests of another son '
'. Rev. and DRY SALT WESTERN ((
K.HI and, daughter-in-law.
f f '

jWorld'!* Largest Distributors .f New .and ,Uaed, Automobiles Mrs. Paul Daugherty.. .MEAT MU.16c
3j
Mr. Josephine Edwards and
t granddaughter Miss Elaine Edwards I
FRESH:! GROUND MANDY
,returned home Sunday from
fjr S EVANS. MPT.OKS .INC. a weeks ,visit in Gainesville with '
l ,. .. ; Mrs.' Edward's aon-In-law and MEAL 5 Lbs. lie

stores located in TAMPA MIAMI .* 'JACKSONVILLEand daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. V. '
: W. Simpson and Mr. and Mrs.;, Saint FRESH GROUND. WINNERGRITS !:
...,..:.\ Julian Walker. They were accompanied '
affiliated with .,. home by Mr. and Mr SLbs. 12c
) ; J'o4 Simpson and :.11'. and Mrs. Walker -
who spent the afternoon here 8UNNYFIELD
with Miss Edwards'!: parent' Mr, r

N EVANS .'M.OTORS1:*, INC.. and ),(rs.,'.T. W- .Edwards.. .CORN FLA ESP, ; 6c


( ATLANTA *. BIRMINGHAM ROME ,* NEW ORLEANS HOUSTON Eve'stara'aftera: ; : productionhi
which UK? take the leading

LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE. MEMPHIS .* Gehwal Offices, .ATLANTA role] often purchase the 'gownsthey TIlE GREAT- ..ATLANTIC' .'&'PACIFIC' -- ',TEA.COMPANY
? .
.. wore from the producer: .,
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.. 'I//,!, \., ", If." ,.. r, Pe i1 ugr' ; -' .4 '," :9 4't Ty R $ ""Jt.: '- ,".;:>So: .,..';\,' '.;I,',',,,,[ /1i1"11. r f ". t. .
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I "; AUGUST st. 1934 BRADFORD COTTNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVTB l

'=FRJp\l"-- ----. ..-- .-._ '.-_ .,.- -'-' _._---------- -- -' -- -.. ..- --- _. ------- -.-._--,.... ---- -.-- -- .-.-..-- .. .. ..-----.--_- '''1 ;8'i'
,.......- Mr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Rttc Miss Eunice Perkins has return Mrs.. Frank Brown and two children Mr. and Mra. J. E. Hack and : \ \! ,
of the State Farm, were visitor NAT SEZ: LiJ I ed from. a visit In Lakeland where Christine and Dorothy, and daughters Misses Irene and Ka- 't R' ,I t-; '
here .
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. she was the guest of her brother- Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Olltver and chtl- therinw, and sons, Joe and Billy, I / I
Bits of There's an old saying that it'san in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. den; of'FL Lauderdale, are guests of Petersburg, Va., are guests of M :,
and Mrs. W. A. Stern and 111 wind that blows nobody good, R. B. Trask. of 7tfrn. Brown's and Mra.,Olliver's Mr., and Mrs.A. W. Redgrave for i' 0:1'/.1., ; .;
daughter Miss Louise, spent Sun- but when it blows the same fellow parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wj A. Ben- : several days at: their home on Water I'.yj {!,'
day at Jacksonville Beach. ill and I'ood-- Mrs. Robert Tanner and sons sarit' ;'$r. Street. :
', "
local Nes that's news. For i Bobby and Edwin of Baldwin, are -- --; j '' ::1'r '
John James Rooks of Green instance,I spent enjoying a two weeks visit here '' /' :
Cove Springs, was la Starke Tuesday the first part of with Mrs. Tanner's mother, Mrs. 'l''
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND I afternoon visiting friends.C. the week filling Laura Powell. }' \ J

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN my windows ? Announcement ;\k ;' ::411ti ;
I L. Lltchfield and C.: J. Crew with some of | Mrs. Walter Read and daughters
of the Brooker section, were at- the most hard. Misses Eunice and Mary Lee, .1 "Ii.i' \ ''
tending to business here Monday to-reslst fall of Newberry spent Friday in "
..- -- fashions that 11 Starke with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. TO OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS'';.
v7 Hazen of Brooker was avisitor Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Carr of Keystone have seen In Priest and family ,
G. Jack of Dothan, Ala 'i
Murray
here Tuesday. Heights, were visitors here many a season. ,
Saturday.Miss bama, will spend this week-end t In No sooner do 11 Mrs.'Jessie Mae Blakely and son, f! ;J. ..fi'f.'

Miss Ada Nlmmo of Hampton Starke the guest of Paul Knight get throughwith Billy, are spending this week In I have bought the store and market of ,, j1;1'' "
visitor here Monday.. Gullda Marie Thede of the windows than It rains Lake City with Mrs. Blakely's I :
was a Lawtey was a visitor here Tuesday Mrs. 1. :M. Gray and children of and turns cool and everybody! brother and sister-in-law Mr. and my father, A. H. Green. I will continue to J j it, : '
*.Hampton: afternoon.T. Gainesville, spent the the weekendat I gins to think about winter clothes. Mrs.. Johnny Balsden. : '
o ,
Margie here their cottage at Kingsley Lake. ,Some cooperation, eh? Well, It 1'
Ira visitor Saturday. handle a complete line of first class groceries ': ;:
w .. D. Rlckenbacker spent several Bgrnese I would be fine if we hadn't also Mrs. Butch Smith of Bradonton, l"'p't i
Miss of Jack planned to have a baseball and Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Bell ot 11 1 '
game
>
R R. Thede of Lawtey; was atusl'ness business-days In Jacksonville last weekon sonvllle, is the guest this week of Thursday afternoon-and you can't Gainesville, spent Sunday In Starke and meats and will appreciate your i :r ; : ;

visitor here Tuesday. Misses Rosalind and Miriam Jacoba. support a team on rain checks. with Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and ,I j',
; '
Folks In town have been1 mighty :Mrs.WM.,. Edwards.Mrs. trade. "
and Mrs. Ray Newsom were Mrs. L. D. Vining has returned generous In helping the team 1 '
fr.
vlJltQrs) to Jacksonville Friday.: visited from Charlotte relatives., N. C., where she Mrs. Harry Barney of Kalamazoo along, but you can't expect themto Walter Glatzau and son, v 4i ,:; ;,t: ,

.. Michigan, Is here for a month pay for the privilege of sitting Bobby, of DeLand were week-end '
"; j. R. Mott of Brooker was at. '' visit with her mother, Mrs. Avy In the rain-even to see the Starke guests of Mrs. Glatcau's brother- f.1". '
tending to business here :Monday.: Mias Ruth Jonson has been a recent Stilley. Strawberries play ball. In-law'and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
guest of Mrs. Lula Ray Oh well, we" tan't have every Wilbur A. Scott at their residenceon L. J. GREEN :

A. B. Surrency of Brooker, was Barnes of Waldo.M. Mr., and Mrs.. H. C. Richard, Clt thing to"go right, so In the mean South Cherry Street.: Mrs.
attending to business :here -Mon while,cogitate upon the following: Glatzau returned home Sunday but : :
Palatka, spent Sunday at Klngsley
F. Wiggins and Rudolph Andrews M. Bobby remained over for a longer i
day. Lake with Mr. and Mrs. A. 4
Mr. _and_Mrs. L. H. Futch of here Wednesday.Roy of New River. were visitors Darby. NEW FALL SHOESat vl it.wlth his uncle and aunt. : .

Hampton were visitors here Satur Jack Wescott, of Orlando is +s
Edwards of Baldwin In
day. __ Starke during the weekend was visitIng spending several days in Starke $1.952.95NEW Fancy' ''
visiting at the home of Mrs. Laura
Mr. and Mrs- Hermie Kelly; of his family. Powell. Tomato I Sliced d
New River were visitors here Mon. TIP TOP
day. Miss( Elma Thomas of Green Mrs. Hogan Smith, Doshla Smith FALL HATS '
Cove Springs, was a visitor here and Merle Brown, of Sampson, For Ladies Juice Pineapple- r
Carson M. Griffis of Highland, Monday afternoon. were visitors here Wednesday aft.
was a visitor here Monday after ernoon. $1.49 to $2.95 1 *
noon. J. W. Edwards and son, Elkert, : GROCERY t tq.
.
---- I II made a business trip to Atlanta, I Misses Rosalind and Miriam Jacobs Can
I ,L R.Waters, of Brooker, was a I Georgia this week.E. I spent the week-end in Jack- q.
, business visitor here Monday aft.' aonvtlle the guests of Miss Sylvia New ,Fall, Frocks STARKE. FLORIDA 15c Y
, eraoon.t 'I' J. Wainwright left this week Sablow.W. at 5c
I for New York City where he has No: 2 Can'
t Brady E. Brown of Lake But. accepted a position. W. Baisden spent Sunday in $4.95 Friday and Saturday, Aug. 31--Sept. 1 a

ler was a business visitor tq Starke -. Lake City with his son and daugh $ ',
,
Tuesday. Miss Hazel Middleton spent ter-ln-lawv Mr., and Mrs.: Johnny ,
'
,1 Tuesday in Lake City the guest of Batsden.1 t NEW FALL HATS MATCHES i CIGARETTES MATCHES
Charles Imbach was attending Mrs.; C. H. Coulter.
to business in Green Cove Springs Mr., and Mrs. EL C. Priest and ,For Men
Tuesday. Mr: and Mrs. W. C Wooten and Misses Thelma and Pauline Priest.
children of Lawtey were visitors spent Sunday at Fort White'with $2.95I 2 Packages 15c 2 Packages 2Sc SBoxes lOc l 1V

Kir. and Mrs. J. :J. Canova and here Tuesday, afternoon. relatives.Joe ,
little son, John of Gainesville have 1 still say that PETER'S SHOESare
,. been enjoying a several days visitat Wesley Stearns, of Leesburg Edwards, Jr., is spending the cheapest in the 'long run n 3 y
KIngsley Lake with Mr. Ca- spent the week-end In Starke with I 1 1I this week in Fargo, Georgia, visiting and that It pays to buy at ,...... 1b.J, 3' ,Quart Pint,,

nova's mother,Mrs. E. E. Canova. I his aunt, Mrs. Maria Hun. I his I cousins, .Eugene and SWEET PICKLES ..,. 15c GRAPE JUICE __ ____ _,. .15c 3
Frances King. STERNBERG'SStarke. "' ,.
----------- -- "- -
Miss '''Eva Powell of Cocoa, Is No. 2I Can Package'' sTABLE

S 01T'S SCHOOL SPECIALSat enjoying a visit here 'with her FloridaHarold PEACHES o- __ l5c JELLO, All Flavors ._.. b ._ ..5c i!
mother, Mrs. Laura Powell, and Mansell! of Tampa, and -.----.
the other relatives. Asa Johns of Frostproof are guests Can ,X. For '

Col. and Mrs. -D. E. Knight returned Mrs.this week Elizabeth'"their F. Johns.grandmother, LYE HOMINY __ __ ,5c. Kellogg's CORN FLAKES. 15c''
KIDDIES KOOL KORNER recently from Swannanoa, ."

North Carolina, where.they spent :Mr. and 'MisL; Wesley Andrews mmammmmmmm '
the past ten days. and little son, Ronald. and :Mr. and :RITTER'S OCTAGON '

Sherbets Special 5c Pkg. Mrs. T. C. Chastaln were visitors Fruit and Vegetables ,
Ice Cream & Mrs. L. W. -Halbrook ,and little to: Lake Btftler, Sunday.J. ,
Ice Cold Plain & Chocolate Milk son, of Lake City. were guests last Pork & Beans ,SOAP i
week of her parents,.Mr. and Mrs ; LARGE .Doun ,
: Fresh Fruits Candies & Crackers Wesley L. Andrews. .M. Edwards, engineer with the LEMONS. 15c '
State Road'Department with head- 2 For <--'-'--- 5 For lOc
............ : ,9c : A-; : ,
quarters at Ocala, spent the week- 'toOLDEN RIPE 8 Lbs.
t ALL 'KINDS OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES end here With his family.
BANANAS lOc
CENT A WORD BEST WHITE -- TABLE 0
,
?stereA :
to
P.arents--Call when you bring'children .Daniel ElW'h
t R. O. of Sarasota, was'a
School. COLUMNLIVESTOCK guest during the week-end of Mr. BACON AVOCADO PEARS 5c SAL s'
and Mrs. J.'W. "Edward at their ,; NfV 11 10 Lba.
I 1 residence on Chewy.Street.
i Pound 15c-17c IRISH POTATOES 17c 3 For ,_ lOc c

AUCTIONMonday Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gaaaett and a UJa.
,j ALL-DAY PICNIC I children have been spending several Whole Grain ONIONS .. lOc COMPOUNDLARD '
SWIM: _FISH-BOAT ', Sept. 10th 10 a.m. days with relatives In Skippervtlle Pound "t
.. _. ,.. and Ozark,,:Alabama.
head aaud' g u
roe r
DAY Abn <
LABOR and _..,. ......." ... 150 lId. .e RICE I SNAPVBEANS lOc ,
I MONDAY SEPT. SRD. ........ and 0._._" _II." ...-. | .
_ATEARLETON Carlton Live StockExchange' ;.Mr. and Mrs.'R.:S. Johns of Lake v f large Hard ,

{ BEACH Butler,were in Starke Tuesday afternoon ::5 ;Pounds__ 22c LETTUCE .,..J9c, '. ;3 Pound*'___25c mrr

.. .. visiting Mrs Johns' parents -
8 mile south of Waldo-Beautiful, Lake Santo Fe 1'1d.rwnad' Moll A.A..>.'...a.1.. _r..k.0....af"...11- Mr. and:Mrs. W. H. Green.
FREE-Chicken Plleau-Served Afternoon 3 to 5 ......._."..... FI". '
:; SUNRISE DANCESUNDAYMIDNITETILL -! WANTED TO RENT:-A furnish.ed.gpartment 'Mr. and Mrs J. W WcLendon DAISY 6 LBS: 12 LBS. 24 LBS. ,;

SUNRISE or small furnished of Jacksonville are spending sev V
house-write Box.331, Lake City, oral days at Kmgsley Lake with '
NITE DANCE FJa. It Mr. and Mrs. C. fl.,.Nasworthy.Mr .
COMBINATION-SQUARE AND ROUND FLOUR 27c 49c 94c'h't
,0 TILL r FOR SALE--Five: head of cows: and :Mrs. Curl Johns and two :
Colored)
MUSIC-DIXIE JAZZ BABIES ( disc and
one mule, one 2-horse children Barbara Jean and Carl '
1\\
HOUSE CARS AND CAMPERS!! WELCOME two head 'hogs. See J. .M. Dixon, Lamar, have recently moved to the "
FURNISHED!! COTTAGES FOR RENT- Starke, Fla., Route 1 Up Hamrick house on South Street.

., SHADY PICNIC GROUNDS- -SWIMMING-PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENTFREE FOR SALE-Good mule, Acme Mrs. W.L.Andrews accompanied .- ,GRITS or' TIP TOP MARKET ICE'CREAM )

GATE ADMISSION FROM 10 A. M. TILL 8 P. ". harrow and several plows, also by her daughter, Mrs. L. W. '
ADULTS 13 CENTS-CHILDREN.10 CENTS 79 acre farm. Mrs. E. M. Thomas Halhrook of Lake Cltyuap8dt'ti.tMonday MEAL: 'SALT
_
24-2tp shopping in Jacksonville : ,

!I FOR SALE.---AB upright piano In .8 Lbs. .,- .25c: I,Spare: Ribs, Lb. .__,15c I 5 Lb. Box, ..10c w

.Mrs L. W. Strickland and children ,

1 PALACE THEATREJacksonville's ed.St.good; See condition.Mrs. A. F.Reasonably Sauls. Cherry It.pric this week of Wildwood of Mrs. have Strickland's been guests parts CHARMERl' I Sirloin" .. .. Steak, Lb. __28c I ICE CREAM t

Mr. ...J. ___
and)41' q, .ManningIda .
I, FOR RENT!: 3-Good farm at bargain C O F F, E E'H I inburv. :I
Only Vaudeville good pasture and crop Lula Davis; daughter of Mr [ : 12 Vac :POWDER f a
Near Theressa. See owner, Mrsi and Mrs. R.J.-Davis, is confined to .
I PARTY NOW! Rosa Constantine, Theresaa It her-home thin/ ,week convalescing| Can,, .,__ 17C. ''L. ., Package..5c'
DAY
/ PLAN YOUR LABOR from a tonsil operation performs. Lamb Stew Lb. 17Sli
.
FOUND-A pair of light brown -' __, .
LABOR DAY rimmed glasses.! Very strong 1 Tuesday LIBBY'SRED..' . > No*..2.'CAN

i Special. lens. Apply to James Hollings-It Mr; and Mrs. J. A. McDowell ofVTaabvUlc. SALMON 1 : Dried Beef, Lb.... 35c '
worth.
'ON THE Tenn.,were guests Wed TOMATOESMaxwell
ATTRACTIONS WANTED TO RENT:-Furnmhed nesday of Mr. McDowell's) brother
SCREENTHE 'apsrtment with three rooms ia-law and slater, MJV and Mrs. O Tall Can .._..15 I Break. Bacon, Lb.l.., 25c ::2 Ca u' o\I\ -15e'; '
J. CrUfls.
private bath and garsge. Write .
BUT ,
FUN BEGINS. J' '
XTZ Telegraph; OCTAGON
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberfy' House Smoked Sausage IKIA ti
CALLING CARDS any size, and daughter. Freddy, were in ,
r, 'THE PARTY'S'OVER'STUART $1.00 for SO; $1.50 for 100. Mono- Highland Sunday visiting Mr: COFFEE.Pound :-TOILETSOAPI
granimcd stationery, 100 sheets Wlmberly's mother, Mrs. H. C. Live Lb.
and 100 envelopes, $2.75. Bradford Wlmberly. ;., .__. 29c r, !"' _____ -_15c l Bar -4IIiW'.5e, ,
With ,ANN County Telegraph. Phone 29., tf. I "
ERWIN Also SOTHERN I Mrs. Janus Shepard of HIDJerd.Ie : w
5
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typewriter here on a visit with her _-In- :1SNUFF'T. HIGH PLANE
machine ribbons, .
ribbons, adding
law and daughter Mr/ and"'Mrs.C. : -+
VAUDEVILLEFEATURING carbon paper typewriter, paper A. Knight at their residence on 3 Cans .25c Veal Cutlets Lb. 25c
adding machine paper. second CaD Street. 3 Cans _,..25c ,j'.,

sheets on"sale at'' the Bradford >1SJss s ._
I; I County Telegraph office. Phone' Luther G. Powell and sister Mrs.
29. tf. R. E. Oahagan. spent last Friday NOR T H FIE L D ,.. orange Pekoe GRANULATEDSUGAR ,

TO BUY Fine and in Pooler, Georgia where they '
1934" WANTED
"s rARS OE ;f '
1 ; ., hardwood standing timber'ault- went to attend the funeral of their MILK / 'TEA
able for' veneer' tloclu. Win pay aunt, Mrs. S. H. Collins. Mrs. Cop 4 Fr,
NO' ADVANCE'jr(PRICES cash If price \Is rich. Give full flue was a sister of Mr.,'Poweiro s
t spot particulars''in,\ answering address. and Mrs.,Gaba an'. father L.. C. ] 3 Tall Cans ___17c Yz-Lb. Pkg. _-21c: 5 Pounds, -- .,_,.25c '
:
Matinee 35cr Niairta,4oC;' (Children lOc) IVakem A Bell Inc., P.O. Box 1:16,1 Powell-who waa unable to attend : : :
Gainesville, Florida MM funeral on account of illness.
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rAGE SIX
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
_uu__ ___ __ FRIDAY.GUSTtI.. ,93

LAKE BUTLER Gainesville were geusU of Mr. andMrs. Guy Pocock, author, once taught I

Fh Hints To Housewives Red Kerce, CorrespondentThe 3. N. Green Sunday after both the Prlnc eof Wales and the I.YOUR

of York.
noon.Members Quke I
Weekly from Home Demonstration of the O. E. S. enjoyeda
U-Co-Ht Herald, Union
FARMERS SECTION Tallahassee Robert Morris picnic at Glenn BREATH
Specialists, County High School publication, Springs yesterday afternoon. The HASA
made its appearance in the Union i
meet was well attended.

r j Conducted by Demonstration Agents Japanese PERSIMMONS persimmons are of two County some improvements Times last.w.ek; over and recent shows Mr. and Mrs. Ury G. Sapp and SMELL YOUCAN'T

rJ chief type. One is non-astringent years t''',?' small daughters were the guests w 1
of his sister Mrs. Ada Sun
and has bard, sweet, crisp flesh, The following1, members of the Kelly
-- -- while the other! la hard and astringent high school department make up day.The FEEL WELL

,' until fully ripe and then becomes the editorial staff;:.., Joseph Geiger, many: friends of :Mis Viola

RURAL. Tax Default 36 Pet. sweet, soft and juicy. editor; Howard*Galney, associate Townsend will be glad to know w- es 11a l,. slash, ser food .s-.
editor that she Is convalescing after a Ia oar ...... 0. tri.d. .
Use ; and Gordon Coffin sports emu
For This State Many : # ., m.
rear awn eat _
( ear ell .
COMMON SENSE The sweet variety of per lmmonFuyul'akl editor, a managing editor had not severe attack of the mumps. ?I OIL cannot afford I Ito W brava_. w. fw w .sea er ilia. It
( is best of this type) yet been named by the staff -' deny ,all .n 1.dy. II Meh.. .
at se.esty sad
The department of commerce I e. good far
By SPUDS JOHNSON may be eaten while still hard-' At a later date the school is Injured. In Fall From Horse take chances WbM.Mr tile toed dh sy" r iari
I Washington estimated the averagecurrent planning out sheetof While returning home about two wall vow e. .... t..
may be peeled, cubed and used l las on turning a sva oar 44
A tax delinquency In Florida miles from here last Saturday lb. properly you bare 1u'-eee't err r. whM r w hiIo ,
events of the with "
apples are used in salads. The weekly news *
'WILI.PAY: TO HARVEST It lit tho she a a.t dr.Mlw
at 36 of the aIooo
cent total levy.
per astringent kind must become thor school of their own. probably a night Bill Cine received painful injuries orIJr. u....I ...- .., It 1Iowt..bo w
AND PROTECT ALL FEED The figure was based on reports when he fell from the horsehe t>Mre.. UM safety surfla of jomrbcraucd .ex -- laSs ....... ftV'p .ee.
_
With kinds the memograph sheet Coach Delegal ..
oughly ripe. some .. .
"- ... ....,, d.d
k'' of levies to about 82 -
amounting .. .
Bmd awl Oat
.a. .
AVAILABLE THIS YEAR astringency disappears when the stated.Dowling. was rlldng on Road 28 near .. &.. Essay. .. oo u _smdc
per cent of the state aggregate of ..... to ......4. TWa carp _
; While'' Florida is blessed ,with fruit begins to soften, with others Union City. He was. taken to a .po. matter a agent rep. tssr -b os.rr ra s.irra 011 _
over $50,000,000 in 1932 and which doctor in Lake and ....tIaf vm\j drpeadaJM 1. alack
food and feed supplies above the the flesh must reach almaot a jelly Oet City reports .... fria.d. -. oar W .......
became June Appointment
I
1,1933.
delinquent by stage before It is really good to that he has at least two broken, ---.... -pea- (tea w asst) s.al w. t.r 11M 5 ehep,
y average this year when much of William L. Austin, director of S. T. Dowling, circuit clerk has ribs and a badly torn shoulder. He I ........ doer t.eetbw.ah or ....
eat. Their common is for dessert We ate broadly rmognUad. sad a
use
earrrle Th .
Gal s tile .war T...
the division of real estate taxation accepted an appointment from the Cuw<.
the country Is suffering from the Is resting at his home here i UPilla which"
near 1.1
"
fruit, but they are good also Federal Land Bank in ,. elleals hat ...... st seed... Mot tIoo
bureau of census, found the rangeof Columbia Sow et tali. $1.,. ht It ..
j; effects or severe and prolonged delinquency as between the various when used in cakes, puddings and S. C., to make abstracts for farmers now, it is said.A'sixteentb [ mark ..dMIaeUosvHAROLD Ie ....... .- ......k i .1IIOdIboe' ..
Y callhkl
h r'C
5 drouth, yet Florida winners may preserves. In Union who wish to er .. -r r
Florida counties was very County century Saxon suit C. WALLINSURANCE loomse teeeh. .-- sad sdr u.. .ham
well save everything In the way ol and sliced h. __ AM far
plete collections In a very few Simply peeled per secure loans. Dowling for many of c.n.-. UaIo
tilting armour brought 1.700 btq. ..
forage and feed crops that they wide, spreading from nearly corn- simmons make a delicious dessert I years' has been in the place as In London. askkttcr-4 01....C.M.Cet. _
can. If (Insufficient amounts are few counties to almost complete served with cream. county clerk and Is well known and STARKE FLORIDA

+t, available saved on the will home mean farm that, everything much delinquency in others. Stuffed! Persimmon Salad thought. _fy A remedy for a bad,headache '-".___._._.__ _, _.A'_'_ .... ____

less to be at Orange at 37 Per Cent Take one persimmon for each (provided you can stand the taste)
purchased high prices.
tit If Is available be "Although the precentages that person. Cut off the top, scoop out Union Millage Reduced is the juice of half a lemon in a
a It
surplus can After much close and
figuring
the soft inside of the fruit and
of
In black coffee.
appear our tables vary all the cup
void at
readily good prices. The mix with chopped nuts. Replacethe compiling of recent numbers ClerkS.
from cent I'' S>
one delinquencyto
way per
farmer In either
wins case. T.' Dowling announced to this '
cent Austin shell and serve with a large Maxim Litvlnoffs right name Is
ninety-three ,
Throughout much of the State It per
,
correspondent that the millage for
said, "the state approximates spoonful of mayonnaise or French Finklesteln and his family is sometimes
average
will be possible to grow forage Union County has been loweredby
that of the few counties of dressing on top. Decorate with a known as Wallach. The name
crop. this winter which will ma. bit of candled the noticeable margin of three
Lltvoniff
f ginger after
was the
adopted
valuation such Dade with
high ,
as ,
'terially supplement the available and one-half mills in the 1934 bud
Russian revolution.England .
( feed supply. Oats, rye and rape 335 per cent delinquency, Duval Molded Persimmon Salad ...
can be grown to parts of the State with 19 per cent, Hlllaborough! Peel and wash three very ripe get.The r
Add this. to contents former millage was forty- has developed a new i
with 48.5 per cent Orange with persimmons.
and they will furnish good gracing 37 cent. Palm Beach 37.5 of one package of pineapple or three and one-half with a reduction shell which will pierce armor plate
per per
for livestock. Austrian peas It stands which the thickness of the calibre of the IDEAL FERTILIZERSGive
now at
forty even,
dissolved
and vetch also will furnish some cent, Plneilas 46, Polk 425 and lemon flavored gelatine? ,
Is reduction gun and continue on its for
In and one-half of hot a of more than the way
Volusla 27 one
cent'Legislation cups
grazing, as well as improve the per at least nine miles
undeflected and
for this has been
millage
county
water and cooled. Boiling hot pineapple
recently enacted by Your Better ChanceBuy
soil Field normally Crops
a
crops grown unbroken.
In the
past .even or eight years,
the state that juice Instead of the boilingwater
$ In summer can be grown duringthe legislature provides
winter In certain South Florida taxes for 1931 and prior years held may be used with the lemon Clerk Dowling said.

area Thus Florida farmers can by the state shall be sold to no one gelatine, and crushed pineapplemay -
fertilizer on the basis of quality
Adulthool Get Rid ofMalaria your proven producing
take advantage of the State's climate otben than the owner until July 1, be added to the persimmon By the first of September an value not on price, or the size of the bag;, or any similar detail
to feed 1938, and if tho owners redeem before pulp. This makes a beautiful orange their to Ideal
before
grow some crops well By proven ability produce quality crops. Fertlll.
adult Illiteracy school will be
new crop. are possible In the that date all penalties and colored salad. Chill, turn out. zero. have won their popularity throughout Florida. For more
'
f under in thfs according
North. charges are waived except that he and serve garnished with pineapple way' county, than forty yearn more Ideal Fertilizer have been used In FlorIda
must pay five per cent Interest. or grapefruit hearts and mayonnaise to a letter recently from Glenn than any other kind. Complete stock carried by our local
> Dairymen, poultry raisers and B. Calmer, of the Department of
salad selling agents.''
cooked :
This provision may be extended for or dressing
others who have to feed Education for Florida
purchase the Emergency -
.
fifteen if current levies for mixed with whipped cream.HAMPTON
;) would do well to lay In a supply years I Relief Administration, in Batdth ChUlt and Fever CARL JOHNSLOCAL
1932 to 1936 inclusive shall have
,
_!''t early and to buy It locally. This Jacksonville. The number of per
_ been Malaria, must do two SELLING AGENT
you
K
and
saves transportation costs paid.Many sons residing within the countynow
Tax UniteThe blood[ Destroy the Infection la the STARKE'FLORIDAJ.
place. the feed In the hopper at Florida tax revealed Miss Ads llil__*. C.rr..deatBROWNBiRT: who cannot write their name Build up the blood to overcome
i lower costs generally. It Insures study are 101 according to the abailable the effects and to fortify against

an uninterrupted supply, also. them were approximately 1,137 Mr. Ira Brown and Miss Florle- figures gotten by the Administration further attack.: There U one medicine that S. NORMANLOCAL
units of
in the statewhich
government
does these two and that ii Grovel
Feed should be protected head through the Jacksonville things .
crops united In SELLING AGENT
taxes belle Blrt were marriage,
levy general property office; Tutttets Chin Tonic I The tasteless' quinine
from destruction after' they are LAWTEY FLORIDA
f' including the state, sixty-seven at Gainesville, In the presence of a la Grove's Tasteless' Chill Tonic destroys ,
v harvested This applies particularI counties, 254 cities, towns and vil- circle of relatives and friends, PERSONALS- : the malarial Infection in the blood
ly to corn. The corn crop shouldbe ages and 815 special school dis August the 22, 1934. white the iron build up the blood.Thousands G. W. ROBERTSLOCAL
harvested early, before It deteriorates Misses Evelyn and Celesta Taylor of people have conquered Malaria
tricts. of
and should be protect The bride wore a gown baby have returned to their home in with the aid of Grove'i Tasteless Chin SELLING AGENT
In addition, there are 360 other blue rough with white accessories I
crepe after few Tonic. addition LAWTEY. FLORIDA
In noted
q ed from weevil damage and from Tarpon Springs a days to being a remedy
:,rate It I. estimated that weevils civil divisions Including eighty-two to match. visit with friends here. for Malaria, it Is abet an excellent
destroy about one-fifth of the crop drainage districts, 260 road districts She Is the daughter of Mrs. W. :Mrs. Red Kerce and small son ; tonic of general me. Grove's Tasteless

"aJf ''In Florida, and rats take another five Improvement districts, P. Biro and the late William F.Btrt have returned after a weeks visit Chin*nothing Tonic Is harmful.pleaiaat Even to take children and contain like- Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
one sanitary district and twelve
? of Gainesville. Was graduated with her" aunt in Lake City.
It and they can t.k.1t safely. For tale
flood control, antl-moe-
toll.The hospital,
from the Gainesville High Mrs. Rosa Duncan and daughter
eontroVof weevils is accomplished by all Mores. Now two *Ue*-Me and
by placing the corn in air- quito and miscellaneous districts. of School,'withthe class of ll 32. Caroline were guaata of friends In 91.,' a.l die. contains 26 time ss 4 Jacksonville, Florida

tight containers and fumigating it a continuing character that levy The groom was born at St. Lake City Thursday. much a 50c ilia and gives you 33%
special assessments for benefits, Mr and Mrs. William Douglas of I more for your money. -e
I with one pound of carbon bisulphide but not'general' taxes. removed .
to 1.000 cubic feet of space.If .
The commerce department report
the container is not thoroughly before Frank Brown to Gainesville, where J;
quoted a paper read
tight!:, it ii is well to Increase .the the seventy-third congress as follows he attended the Gainesville High ,
,amount of carbon bisulphide to one :r"In School. He graduated from the --- ,.\ '"

and one-half or two pounds per 1- Florida, prior to 1929, taxdelinquency Barber and Beauty College, of Science r-: _- "" ": -
000 cubic feet. The liquid Is placed in Jacksonville, August of _
was rare since thenIt ,
; \
f' 't in shallow pans or sprinkled on 934.[ He is now connected withthe r fJ
tf has grown by leaps and bounds
''sacks and let on top of the heap Elite Barber and Beauty Shop "
and In 1929 and 1930 tax' sales
,ot corn The lid I. kept tightly ID Gainesville.
amounted to about seven million i
cloned for twenty-four house. Fire Both have host friends who ;Florida's Future
of
:'should be kept acres each year. This means that a I
away. less than eighty per cent of the wish them success and happiness.
Rat damage can be prevented by property taxes levied were collected They are at home to their friends

sf ;storing the corn rat-proof cribs without resort to sale, an extreme in Gainesville. \

or bins. situation restultlng from the /W
t It will b* profitable this year to collapse of the land boom and dissatisfaction Misses Irma and Ploy Greene, of t fCOCONUT

harvest all ,possible feed, and to I I with tax levies. ThisIs Miami, are the guests of their

y protect it from spoilage for, all land, but most of theY grandmother, Mrs. Idella Priest.

....:. Mrs. Janle Wynn, who has been
"-.- --... quite ill in the Gainesville hospital

; has many friends here and

FUNERAL DIRECTORS throughout the county, who are I CROPThe

; our Many Yean Experience Makes II Possible for Us to Bender glad to know that her condition Is i

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Improving.
p MOUBttATE MUCKS ,*iDeWITT Ther will be a cemetery workIng l

i I C. JONES COMPANY at the Santa Fe cemetery, west The Florida coconut palm k a transplanted native-like most of Florida's

,, l BTAIUU&, FLORIDA of Hampton, September the fifth. that k in its environment.
+ All who are Interested are urged r r / population thriving nicely comparatively recent

to be present. Any who are unable Heretofore,Floridians have considered the coconut palm chiefly as an ornamental

to attend, and wish to help in
tree but recent research indicates that coconut cultivation has tremendous -
other ways can leave a donation
t with J. V. Jones, who Is helping industrial possibilities worth millions of dollars annually to the state.

with the work.
Revival services will begin at the A low estimate places the number of coconut trees i in South Florida at

Baptist Church September the 3rd 336,000, about one-fifth of which are bearing fruit. They average about 50

at 7:30: to,P.be M.present Every and body take Is part Invited ". ., nuts to the tree which at the commercial price of three cents each would

In the service. ..n I show present crop value of 100,800..

Mrs. J. P. Sullivan entertainedthe
ad'' j ., dvA' Baptist W. M.'U. at her home :k" area coconut tree culture

*v on Church, Street. Sixteen were IJ I, ditionsin South Florida is about 1,400,000 acres. Trees planted only 60 to theN

present. A very Interesting devotional 50 nail to the tree'would valued at 126,000,000
service, after which a social 'N r'.,-\ acre, bearing give us a crop

was enjoyed, at the conclusion annually. Even though only half the available acreage were utilized the commercial

of which punch and cake was growing of coconuts would establish a new and highly profitable!
abundantly served ''''''.'

The chicken supper, that waa .. Florida industry.

t served. M. by U.the this ladies'week of was the quite BaptistW. a w-. "' 'The coconut k the world's most important tree''fruit. ,No other tropical

success. A nice sum of $15 was 'T. "r. crop comes so dose to being indispensable to humans i limited/ areas. The

realised,. which will be used forpurchasing "If.' principal product k copra, the dried meat of the nut, from which k obtained

1I I 4- For babies, mothers rely church. -song books for the .' ,., .. .'.: ', 'oils, fen, butters,sugar+ and alcohol The fiber and.. wood k used foe furniture,

utensils 'dower'ol nMscellaneousarnVJes TUhutJc rope
on Mavis Talcum Powder. __' ." dothing, aid provides

1 acreage is forest,land'chiefly in ',,1.:.' I'i;,: yam almost impervious to safe water and.the. waste dust k used. in making
blocks and than half in ,
j So pure no: added medication large more ? ; hIe-
corporate ownership.Back '. ," .

is necessary. It guards "In 1928 It was Ta reported State that 5.- .The coconut industry k a staxt&ng example ol Florida's undeveloped posiUbielJns >

baby skins against chafing 1 900,000 acres had reverted to the S 'l t ..,otlieikkideri ttwed to fIorida'C'OI' diIioIII' of dimate

state, and the Florida Land Owners soil,location sad fadBdas.. = the. opportunities for industiy ''' 'popWlMiI
Fl and acid irritations. Within the familiar' ASBB estimated on Oct. SO x4 :!
'tt" ....be dkcpvtit by > d andbrosdcafttoaaattawv. <
I ll 30, that seven million acres, or growth eM grti flU a< : ,

f !'Mavis red container is complete summer one-fifth of the land area of the 1 ......A....:,..,properIycoonSMllirl l adwrtiIi a programwouldtaeusatteive

state had reverted for chronic non lion on what.. have bars. build business ssJlw. ms foe sflrTocidUn -
How much of 4
of taxes.
comfort for member of the payment M
family.Man's .
every Lute talk to our about Florida!
( this will be redeemed by the original __ neighbors
.r IV AD FMd CenaMttM its moa-
owner or sold, or held to pub ;(
Talcum ikitt cooltr.
1 actually kttpt lbt lic ownership, la problematical. yaftea ass.jiae6t srasslririnn.far

The department said 13.837,219acres dM pea d.s af FlorioV wtUsfeV

by VIVAUDOU 25 >, S0' *loo : werelllOld to
1932. leaving 2O.2I3.6Sft acre to be saaaa wlsWw sfalywt
TALCUM assessed for taxes. The latter waa mty

valued at $349,000.000 as against Frid., nazi HMS U bu.

POWDER the$118,000.000 state. for- .' 'u the 'land'o''" sold.. to. w, ,;fia ati is twepald, il8S_ fasirM/i .' -, *COMMtJTfJE.r

i ,, r r '': ,,1- ;t t' ,t tlya, _a''V i: ''itAr r" .' .,'' ".''::1".1. '. ,":.':\'."' ""r..c. "\,",'., .'i'7'} ,, J' .t y( 4? ,,Y- wa.nal tr$ tq"s'1nat'' J1M' .C p ,* yr .-"dy,

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4 fJID.\\, AUGUST 31. I9SI BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STAIUtE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN" fi'

---- -- ___ ____.._ ._. ., u__ _..__ ___ .___________u__ ______ _____ -. ....-,..--------.---.--- .-- -- -. -- -- '
=- t'
Jf."tJUC CHURCH_ DIRECTORY ratified November, little will be buzzing of the political bee had p ..r i;

BEHIND L done about It by the 1935 legisla best clip 'this list of thirty-five, 'i ,
Church
First Baptist ture. And If little IS done the prominent Floridians who are reliably j,' L ry
B. Price Pastor. ; Ii The of the Bible Told in Pictures
Rev. School C. 30:00: a.m., A. J. the I Story number of Judges continued will reported to have questful ,
sunday be the same as now, forty. This eyes on the Governor's chair In '
i superintendent. NNews. all 1936: i%
Thomas is one matter which offers
.
Worship, 11:00: a.m. -
Morning 6:45 Tv.r.'vi;;.., sorts of political dynamite and;! Dan Chappell, Vernon Haw, a ; ;;
U. : p.m.Evening
B, Y' P. o'clock. Af. members of the Legislature are thorne, E. O. Sewell. R. B. Gau-' p
8:00
:
Worship. known to give a wide berth to tier, James M. Carson and S. v 1 ,.
service, Wednesday :R
Midweek prayer sly O'e''''; JoIIwMo' S anything that smirks of dynamite Pierre Roblneau, all of Miami; ;
8:00: p.m. sad KENT WATNONTALLAHASSEEAll" r 4
political or otherwise. Senator J. Turner. Butler Car 4
MeMioaist Church 0 0 0 les W. Durrance, John W. Martin. +$ r,
Harold Collee and R. B. Mo eley,
Montgomery Pastor. petitions
. !gev. B. M. Feelers In behalf of J. Turner
all of Jacksonville W Raleigh. } 4 ;
te sunday School, 1O a.m.Morning for local option elections on the Butler of Jacksonville have been ;
ant Petteway and Pat Whltaker. both
worship at 11:00: sale of liquor after repeal of the sent out from that ctty to determine ft
of Tampa; Mlllard Caldwell, Milton -
Meeting-6:30:
People' the chances of the Duval Sen
Young state dry amendment must be act. Fred Cone, Lake Sena- 4
aaR teO .' 'i" 'e w ; City; ; + ,
; l lI
ator have as a gubernaCHal
p.ICVOnlllg he Worship 7:30: ,P. M. ed upon by County Commissionersby 1 a t-, I candidate may' In 1936. The move In tor Truman Futch, Leesburg; Peter

Sept. 7. Since only five per Butler's behalf is thoroughly organized Tomaselllo, Okeechobee City; t
e I IWells
II' Walter Rose Orlando ?
Presbyteran ; Henry
a Church cent of the registered voters are .+ There are thirty-four Chlpley and Chester B. i''
Minister
H. Lowly
t Eev George for such other possible candidates who I
necessary elections, there Treadway, Tavares. Yl i '
Services next Sunday as follows: would like to know what their
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. will be no difficulty In getting the 4r chances are.Tampa's Also Senator W. C. Hodges,
8. Williams superintendent. petitions signed where there Is d C e e Claude Pepper and Jerry W Carter
. 11:00: A. M._Morning Worship; sentiment favoring the sale of li- all of Tallahassee; J. P. New- ,

, nnon'by the pastor. quor. ef famous "repeater" vote ell, Fort Pierce; Attorney General ',
r 8:00: P. M.-Evening Worship; There Is a general misconceptionas ;. plan la to be abolished, but the Cary D. Landla DeLand; Dwight t

lOng, and sermon. to what law Florida will "go "system"! in Hllluborough's eleven Rogers, Fort Lauderdale; James F. .
7:00: P. M.Christian Endeavor. back to" when the dry amendment hot precincts will continue. That SIkes, St Petersburg; B. F, Paty
Is repealed. From press dispatches is to say the Latin vote of Hllls West Palm Beach; State Comptroller yl > t'

voters have got the Idea that Y {; borough will continue to dominate J. M. Lee, Avon Park; Ed I

Florida will fall back on the Davis that county's elections. Bentley, Lakeland; Grady Burton. '
BOB JONES "Package Law," enacted In 1910 Instead of having twenty or Wauchula; John S. Taylor, Largo

] to provide package sales of not : (' more "gangs" nf repeaters to do and Spessard Holland Bartow. a ; ''a'A
'fll Comments On Here less than half a pint-without IIpedfylng their voting for them Latin quarter .. .
leaders have decided that actually -
And HereafterAnybody sion Is incorrect a limit. !Such an Impres- qualified vot.ers-the 6,000 One of the campaign platformplanks
of Governor Sholts called
____ 'J r1k : they control-will do their own
A sales limit was fixed by the voting In the future. Those most I for free text books for publlo
can start a religion. It 1917 of the wk ,
measure late SenatorS. familiar with control of the eleven school students. Perhaps the chief
doesn't take any sense or person- .,A. Wells and this law will again Latin precincts, which sent Park executive and the Department of
illty, and strange to say, when a become effective upon repeal of Noah' Ark.-From the time of the murder of Abel to the time of Noah the Bible devotes consider- Trammell! back to the Senate, assert Education will be able to provide* ,
religion starts somebody will swal- the dry amendment. The Wells able space to the genealogical records of the descendants of Adam. One of these descendants Jubal. "was I use of militia In those such books for all students In the
low It. All a person has to do Is law limits single sales to one quart, the first musician; and another Tubal-Cain "was the first worker la brass and Iron. Adam lived nine hun will be of no avail. With precincts cloning year of his administration

to> think up some fool Idea, call It each family being allowed a maxi. dred and thirty :years, and Methuselah reached the record age of nine hundred and sixty-nine years. But the system out of the possibly the Governor may be.
repeater
religion, call on some ,rich widow mum of six quarts monthly. old as these patriarchs were they: failed to learn "wisdom with their years, and "the wickedness of man was there's the militia able, this year to provide many ''
and get some money and start the Those Intending to I great In the earth." Gen. 6t 6, we are told, "And It repented the Lord that He had made man on the earth way, nothing books not now given by the state.
could do to the
program. Into the go legally and It grieved Him at His heart." Determined to wipe out the whole race and make a fresh start God chose prevent solidarityof There is reported to be an accumulation -
liquor business after
e e '. of the repeal Noah, his wife and their three sons Shem, lIam and Japheth, for survival. Noah was' Instructed to build an voting, as decreed by higher- of $400',000: In the text .

Most of the religions which are better dry amendment had ark to hold his family: together with male and female representatives of each species, and provisions for ups book fund. This, with incomings s
known as false religions by orthodox license get some cash ready. The them alL In this picture Merlan portrays the completed ark. with the animals entering It, while Noah prays S e revenue and without an increase '
legal fee that becomes
leaders were either started by au- r for divine sruidance. ____ Introduction of a measure pro-
tomatically effective in local u in the tax levy, should make possible -
a woman or have been kept alive option viding a constitutional amend
b1 women. The apostle Paul counties is $750, of which $500 state and county tax. will be conducted before the 1935 County representative, will lead a ment to deprive the governor of widespread expansion of text '':'
book distribution. There will be. ;
teaches clearly that God does not goes to the state and $250 to the e e e ,I Senate by Morris Glvens, removed fight against the proposed measure -' power to remove elected officials however, an increased tax levy two
county. Cities have the to
utter a woman to teach or usurp right Hlllsborough Solicitor, and Dan : without an. Immediate hearing Is
Questioned as to the number of years h.ncunle a backward ,
Impose such fee as deem
over a man. The word they Hardie, removed Dade Sheriff. I II planned by Representative W. S s
authority
proper within the amount elected officials to be removed by s o step Is taken In text book distribu
"teach" does not mean to teach a pre- *, o McLln of Leon County for the l
Governor Sholtz since he took office tion. There will be no change la
scribed for Is
state and county. Fed- In event Nathan Mayo a gubernatorial -
School class or to teach 1935 .ea ion. He would provide
Sunday
eral license Is average persons will guess Florida automobilists will have text book contracts until 1938.r
$25. Roadhouses
!be Bible. Paul Is talking about I candidate In 1936, it Is that three' Justices of the Supreme
outside of city limits will the about 1000. The fact Is that only to into their .
headship. The position of headship pay dig deeper pocket- generally believed State Marketing Court hear testimony against removed -
In religion does not belong to ten have been removed. books, If Senator R. L. Sweger of Commissioner L. M. Rhodes, officials within ten days Windows are easily washed with, '

woman. It belongs to man. That stay In their homes and rear chil- i They are Robert Simpson, Dade Quincy has his way about It. At Franklin O. King of Orlando and and that they hand down a decision &)cloth soaked with vinegar, then

II i what the Bible teaches. Woman dren and be good wives and good Tax Collector, Aug. 22, 1934; the 193S: legislative session, he will W. B. (Buddy) Bishop of Jefferson forthwith, so> that those alleged polished wltU,'newspaper., -
hu her place in religion but her mothers. Men can preach, but James Hlckland, Miami Beach sponsor a law requiring all drivers will be candidates for Commissioner to have offended would know -.
place Is not at the head. Woman men can't nurse babies. Men can Constable, Aug. 22, 1934; Dan to buy licenses at $150 each. of Agriculture to succeed whether they would be In or out The campus of Keren College 'In qr4
li never at her best In the position be governors, but men's laps were Hardie Dade Sheriff Oct. 17, 1933; He estimates .that this will raise the Summerfield citizen"who of office. Kentucky embraces 8,400 acres of ? ;

of headship. She Is at her never made ,ito hold little chlU ,Morris Givens, Hlllsborough Solicitor $932,328 in revenue, inasmuch as has held the post twelve years. The Senate hearings on removals are forests and fields t "

best when she stays where God I dren, certainly not long at a time. : March 31, 1934; C. A., Abro- license plates were' !! Issued, In 1933, on his efforts to be speaker of the unfair, McLin contends, because in

meant her to stay God didn't make men and women 'gent, Martin County Commissioner to 310,776 car owners, Sweger candidacy of Bishop may hinge up- many cases the removed official 666 :I
o e alike and no sort of social conditions April 17, 1934; C. A. McCrary, thinks each car will require two next House. la required to wait more than a ,
turn Intoa I Martin County Constable, Aug. 22 licenses for drivers. S a ,
The normal place tor ne normal can ever a woman year before charges against him vs.
woman Is in the horn.., We are man and a man into a woman. !1933; Mrs. R. I. Wells. Pasco Registration The Sweger' measure will provide The well-informed politically entertain are) heard. McLIn claims ample '

living of course, in .It abnormalworld Man hasn't a sphere and a woman 'I'' Supervisor Jan. 23, 1933; for the, set-up of a state a growing conviction that legislative support for his proposed MALARIA
and all of our conditions are hasn't a sphere. Man Is a hemi- J. R. Murdough Polk Tax Collector. motor highway patrol, as a means, even though the Constitutional amendment.

abnormal. But under normal conditions sphere and woman la a hemi- l he says, of decreasing the .,number Amendment limiting the numberof e e 60S Liquid or Tablets Check Mala, 7
God means fop women to sphere. Bitter battles for reinstatement of accidents. :W. S. McLin Leon Judicial Circuits to fifteen Is Those Interested in the honeyed rte' In Three Days. Bur Preventive.. r

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GENERAL INSURANCE SCHOOL OPENS TODAY And Radios Quality Meats at the REPAIRS"PI

FireLifeAutoAccidenlJOHNS GET BOOKS AND; ALL At Reasonable Price night PricesEdwards For all hand plows, plows and FOR WRECKER BARGAIN DAY

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ENJOY YOURSELF WITHSANDWICHES Gulf Refining Company Drive In Comfort with. 'the
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IJ And the Coldest Beer !in KITTY'S LUNCH month. -....-, '' ''r.

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Bradf ord County Telegraph You've, | TPO LATE From Pens I Potatoes. you'd ,ever squash had and before. I 1,
I Maybe I Other I gave you nuts and .
kin pie and chocolate '!
Established
1877 I '''
_.. .. _. .. -- -. .. Heard It ButNOT 't' TO CLASSIFY And last night when I l ',;
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you had to go and ,
Second Class RECIPROCATING!: FAVOR
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Br l1aSF."L''KAY
... "Well what can I do for Say, what' the matter ,
I'J' .ereUry, Florid Preen A. you
l Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Sam?" asked a banker as the cot- Ain't you satisfied at allI '

A REQUIREMENTThe him at the restaurant entered hla gave you all ;you ; \
: E. L. Matthews, :____ H-:" ____ __.._ _..Editor and Owne negro cook of a local familywas DAYTONA BEACH-It Is hard ored waiter\ who usually Served was hard just like a ball '

....- ,- -.... .... .. ... telling about an automobile to keep off the subject; of, flahln' office. And you couldn't bold : ? '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE accident involving a colored 'man when you spend two or,three days to of puddlnY,yet.last
about-town and a new' car whIch a week whipping i'plug over the Walter: "I' got a' cnance You ached most '''awful,
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months\ 75c: -Payable In Advance he had recently purchased. It water and waltlu!'for; that thrillln' change mah p'sltion, boss.. Kinye' mick; that':ain't treatln' i\
art seems that the party in questlo "kerplunk" when a big fellow say a good word to met Say right!
Advertising Rates on ApplicationDon't "
hones' an' slch?
had had that one drink too many takes it into his head to knock I'sa I've,been friend to you, ; \ :
J -- course ?
and had smashed his and Banker: "I know, of thatyou're
pride
up your minnow fqr, a loop. Why ain't you a friend ?
be late for school Monday. joy .on the street of .Jacksonville I've peen'dola"' some thinkln' In do I know a good you're waiter honest Sam?", but how They gave me castor oil < :?

between "strikes" and I'm wonder- because you made me "
r o "I *ho do feel sorry for his fam- in' .If we Florldiana really appreciate Sam:''"Well, Jen say, 70 ,think I'm awful sick this .

Don't sleep, through the city election. ily," she said. "He'll moa' likely the value of the thousands of I'se hones'. Dat'll do." I'm feeiln' mighty blue, << *

get fired now 'cause his Job dldn' game, fish that are fount) in the. Banker: "All right, Sam. I guess Becos you don't : \
o require DO drinking. state's sapphire waters. I can do that much for you," things I,do.:for you;
Some folks exercise everything but self control. W* talk about our commercial Sam: "Thank yo' boss, thank yo' -Guild' Drug :
OBITUARY INSURANCE fishing Industry and I'm not dls- very much. When yo' come ovfth: .' : Walton; ?,
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o "Subscription renewals must becoming countin' that but the commercial tomorrow be sure to sit at mah .
after its weeds. in a little slowly over about table. Til give yo' a sho't check." i .
The town is looking up war on fisherman only gets a few cents Out of "
DeFunlak and Larkin "' -Exchange. service: for some i ; : : ;
o Springs way, a pound for the trout, rovalla bluefish old wind mt'11ln :: :
Cleveland, the Inimitable edItor ,and others of the fish --. Germany
game I
r1 converted {
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We, all preach' a good deal more than we practice. of the Herald 'of 'that1 city; trtb* that he brings In with his net IT'S.ON EVERY TONGUE into a church.

0 4> comes forward with another of hli while the same fish can be marketed Uncle Sam is Importing cassava HHBHIFF'* 8.U.I'2'' I I
fearless' advertisements designed to the sportsman for as ,high root from Java to make glue for Notice. I I. hereby given !
Now-a-days they are more apt to beat their swords into to boost circulation. A page in aa postage stamps, Tampan: reports. and by virtue, .f. that .. \
a
dollar or.: more a pound. nt- execution. bearing date .
automobile-parts than into plow shares. his newspaper was recently flllei L)'now a chap who comes to Phil Barney accuse Uncle Sam!, :of day of May. 'A: O. 134 :

o with the following copy: Florida> every year just to fish. He knowing less about cassava than of out, the ot rand Clerk tinder of the the Circuit. hand \! \ ,

"Do you have ringing !In. the generally registers at a good hotel Christopher Columbus learned on end for Bradford County.J \ '
How about letting Lupe and Johnny have their troubles ears, spot. before the,eye, scurvy, where he pays $10 or more a day. his first voyage to this part of the on In the that public certain record.judgment of : :

en the back page for awhile lumbago, sclattica, false teeth, Ha pays another $10 for a boat and world.. It was an Important, prod ford; County Florida I .
o frequent headaches, fainting spells, &' lUft. He; spends anywhere from uct of old Florida, being. used tot ford Smith a* Liquidator for ; I
1 County Bank, a '
dizziness, insomnia, rabbit fever, $2 trf $:1 a day for tackle. He puddings and starch. Florida still platnlltt. and C. A. Futch I.. |
Bradford County's arch over Road 13 should have a coat Foot and mouth disease, hoof-rot, manages to pass out another $5 or could produce enormous quantities ant* the undmlned has 1 : .

of paint before another tourist season rolls around. hollow horn, botts blind staggers $10. on tips, clothes, cigars and In- of It, but possibly could not deliver on front and of will the South nell at door public of deten"I; .
{ falling memory, poverty, loss of i cidentals. He buys gas and oil It at aa low a price as Java.- -Miami Houe :In Starke, Bradford .
0 appetite and general cussedness'r Just for fun we figured up News. ', der Florida for each to.the during hlRhe the and...b
Add similes : As welcome as would be the return of the If so, it la a sign that something Is I and occasionally a tire. of ,vale on-. Monday. the lot .

two-cent stamp. I the matter with you, and that you what his fish cost him in dollars SMALL BOY'S REMARKS!' TO October.land lying A. and D.. 1914 being the In ,

should immediately subscribe for per. pound for one week's sport HIS STOMACH County, Plot'Ida. to-wlti,. :. .
0 this great, family newspaper. Fishing. Here la how it stacked What' the matter with you. alnt certain An undivided piece of 1-3 land,Intercut.... .

t Early frosts in the North mean early tourists in Flor' "Suppose you croak? You will uptf: I always been your friend f SW eornertof the. ,HW<4'of ,
want ,'a nice, long obituary with Hotel American Plan Ain't I beD a pardner to you run West 437 ft. to Right .
Ida. of State Road :J8' thence In .
Io plenty of thunder, blood and saw 7 days at $12 _,_" ..____$ 84.00Gae All my pennies don't I spendIn oaeterly direction alone Bald '
tl dust pawed up. Now Is the time and Oil ?____..._-_ 2.00 getting nice things for you, Way ale, (t, to where nald; :
Bright spot in business: Chicago teachers were paid this to get in on the ground floor and Guide and boat'hire '.:-.0'__ 48.00 Don't I give you lots of cake? of Way 8EV4( o'fe.'i; ; line S. "'

be assured of a two.column front Tackle _-_.._...._,..,.:-.------. 11.40 Say, stummlck, whats,[ the. matter, to. pt., of bvKtnnlns;, In !.." !
week. T"P 6 South Range 22 liIaHt.AlNOI .
ly'e' page when you kick off. Maybe Incidentals ____, >_......-._ 21.60 ..that you had to go and ache 7 2 acre of land more'
o aren't to cash In. 'Few T '.' 1 load lylii- and ;
:you ready Jtf Why, you wltlirtod things, being In.SBH of : '

Probably fewer people die of overwork than of any other people are, notwithstanding'' the Tot e( __.____.___-.____. $167.60 yesterday, I gave you'more: and Sec bounded 29 Twp.a II* follow South !Ran, r : : : ;

test with which they sing ,'How I During that .,weeks' fishing __ t___ N, by lands of William \ !
cause. To Be There.. Well, the Her South by land.*of John.
Long which included trips on both fresh ,
ccntly pointed out the fact: that Bait by landniof ,Colvln
o aid will be useful next winter to and salt water, he caught total one Florida city last year showed by. land. of-.fctparkman? \

I' He who hesitates is lost--..especially if he is crossing!' the start fires, on cold, mornings." of 109 fish, Including' 10 pound expenditures of $439.000 for tackle and 1..116! W.Al.o yes. N. and S. and 120 :\
We don't :know\ if Mr., Cleve >lack' bass, an 18 pound red fish $90,000 for mounting-salltlsh and : Lot 4'of Blk 14 In .
street. land's Herald Is for all Addition to Town of Starke .
a panacea and 12 poMnd e.nook. The rest ,
(a marlin $600,000 for charter .boats map or plat of said. ; ,
o file: Ills mentioned in the above were small Writ A ftuse of the and $365,000 for individual fishing of Blk 28. and tat 8 of Blk .

Why have the fellows who tax luxuries overlooked.divorces paragraph' but we do' know blues that tbr. ,'big 'un:*tie felt he had got- .'' Town map or of plat Starke.of Temple'Flat: nA c: : : :; \
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hue I d sure cure for tho Any ten'mqre than his money's worth. Chamber'of commerce, Vi Interest. In Lots 13 and 14 ..
? of.the good laugh that come The total weight of hIs week's per., civic clubs In newspa-I 83 a* per map or plat of .. .
dition to Town of 8 tar Ice, !
it week
o while reading every shouldbe catch amounted to '189 pounds. turally favored as sports an undivided % Interest .
Which is' tight pair ) worth the measley dollar that. Each fish cost him almost a dollar localities would find it half of Lot 4. of Blk 25 '
J ; more annoying, a tight person or a. Is asked of subscriber.. a profitable inal Town of Starke Via :: : : ,
of shoes? a pound. Had those same fish meta investment to "pay attention" to Section 28, Twp. C South .
commercial market they would this particular tourist attraction. Bant. .
e ON BEING A BOOKWORM have; brought less than $10. The Bald land. are to be old. I !
"Make a fuss" over the fisherman fy Said judgment and oopta. :
The Titusville Star-Advocate reminds 'us that mosqui I think a fairly happy death potential value of every game fish It will mean more business Sheriff. of W Bradford J. EPPERSON County. : .

toes lare denguerous. Would be to read yourself to death that swims In Florida water 1 Is a and more money for your commu- B-lt-tt-9-28 I ,

Amid a pile of well-worn book great deal more than moat of us nity and prove a mighty good In 'HIIIR" ":"'. SALE I. .
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that you.have read befpre. realize. ,?.,. vestment. Notice 1* 'hereby' 'given .
'In a email town one half has at least a pretty good idea Should life become a bore you may rve been talking7' about the Sportsmen are good spender. of and execution by virtuor bearing that date' : :: I

of how the other half lives.The rust sit and read yourself away sportsman' who confInes his fish- Make them happy here and they'll day of May A. D. 1(24 and
I, Into that happy land referred to ng ''primarily to a light castingrod want to stay. Many piece of of out the of Clerk and under of the the Circuit hand .
y. 0 as the "distant shore"They and articlflal bait. When you Florida property baa been sold to and for Bradford County'
Dixie County Advocate says'that successful; bridgeis take: In :the: gib game fish like chaps who were lured here by our on that certain judgment of .
the triumph of 'mind over chatter. say that there's a time and tarpon and sailfish you find it game flail The thrill of the mighty In the public Florida record, of .*
LC\"coa".ntll\
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place even more profitable. smash and the whirring I ,(reel is i uldatorfor,
i.. O For everything, but save me space I The,'All Florida ,Committee r... hard to, forget. ford plaintiff County and Bank E. L. a Bigg I I.'
,.t exchange:says that a boy remains' his'mother's pet To[ tell you what I've found In I

long after he becomes his father's pest. years and year of earth-abid -
ing; ._ --- : ''f> .. .' -

'p o Moat? surely there's a time 'for 1

Aimee Semple, McPherson is writing an opera. It's pretty I,' .>nklsstng. .

ru easy to guess whq will have the leading role put you should not neglect "your Your Labor
Gluing Enjoy Day i
o i And Thackery,should get a break i
The calendar'says it's Labor Day, but'Ct'wilJ be just the I well as horseback riding. _

fir first Monday in the month for business men' here.'' A line or two. of ,some ethereal New
Trip GobdyearsStopping
o Work should go right with your on
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If you don't believe we're living' in a'fast age' you must cereal ,
Keats, Roaettt. Browning, are the
; have never received a Sunday newspaper on,Thursday one you'd pick, we. hope.."
o Even If you are booser1'I' 1 I' to change tires. I in heavy traffic,.

One comfort 'Admiral Byrd has in the Arctic wastes, h'doesn't You can do tar worse than choose a 1 spoils a holiday--not. to mention); the;:risk.,

havc\to worry,about what to do with old razor blades Couplet.of :Alex,for Pope.reciting. from the pen I ,Better put on new Goodyears-world's' most

I popular tlreS-then: car will be'safely GOODYEAR
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And Instead of "Whoops! Hey, '
Judging' by the ''fight that'state officials are making on heyl" equipped also for the fall and winter to, PATHFINDER 1

i slot machines; some of them must have failed to hit the jackpot Take oh take, those lip away," follow. Today's prices are low-take advantage .-' New" type Center-Trae-.

d, too., Might be more effective on a tlon tread wlthdecpcvtblock :
slightly moony dame.' of them! .Come i'! us 8x .you ,lie .. Built. with

0 Or if the girl I Ia more profound. up-all sizes-all prices. Supertwlnt I
The :man'who sends his wife to an expensive beach resort You might dish out some Ezra

I finds that coat of tan is about Pound 4.4021 I
a ,as ,expensive as any ,
And see if she can take it; if she Sensational I
other kind.An $5.20
can, you've got her tame. GOODYEARSPEEDWAY I It
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So by now the lesson' clear 4.5020 !
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exchange defines a man as the kind of motorist who Which I Is this-try to 'Appear $5.95 I
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thinks that a locomotive whistles at. crossings just to keep up AsIf you were on speaking,terms Thick tough Center-Trac I'
its with Shaw and Arnold Bennett.Don't I
courage lion tread Full Overall*'- 4.5021
think, like the poor block. ,
rtwl. Cord.
Built with
t u head. Sup i $5.95
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Starke isn't used to being' a runner-up in the North Flor- "Tell me where Is fancy bred," sox3y ;.

ida County League, and hundreds of fans hope she won't have Is. referring' to a' loaf of dough ,$3.98 4.76-19
with nuts and ,raisins in ,It. 1)
to ; $6.30
stay there long.
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dishes in the sink., Western: team ha 'come'to the $4 95' 1 ;: '
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h its residents to four Inches of water in their bath tubs. Lots On*. paper received this letter:;! .f., ,.Labor. Day
"Pleas send a few copies of the'paper
F of little boys will be glad there isn't enough moisture to reach containing the obituary of .

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