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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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>oat- One :Third I Johns Fingerling Gets PromiseOf Bass, I Boards ; ,," \1 City BeautificationIs High School Opens;' '1'' i


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radford Property 4;,,While In Tallahassee- Wednesday To Give signed a pet Being Planned; Expect AttendanceTo

Charley E: Johns; representativefrom oon' on Thurs r

Bradford County took the tuber, Stark

fould Be Exempt opportunity of asking Game and For Meat decided that May Be Approved Soon ,

Fish Department officials to restock vacation and Reach! 800

lakes in this county with : most of -

Amount fish.! Mr Johns says that the department Movement B>irun To remain open LoctU FERA Will Submit Project
AwM-iwor Estimate promised some finger- Council.,'lonateaMoney .I --rCoach --
For And hSecretary
Effected By nery 'Additional Teacher
To Be ling bass not later than .Sept. 20 Believed said /; ; ,
Act Signed By o w'rr
Homestead The Bradford representative also up the petition -, School PaperThe

-- conferred with State Road Department The City Council has should have Prospects look "good for the Board *
I Approximately thirty-one and a officials about hard-sur r" instead of early approval of a beautification l'
$100( and the Board first for the
cent of the taxable prop- ." Half-holi for Starke according to lo- publication /01",8.lJIakes Address >>
a1f per facing the State Farm Road but Commissioners will project school of the Brad- ;, .
would be present year
Bradford County ', nded when cal FERA officials and other Interested ----- q
time
In at the
told that present
rty was toward a School Journal '"
(50 laying
the tax books If the said., ford County High .. ; ,
beesworking
who have Offered
from for this parties New Course Are
moved money .
Amendments there was no pur- ind: suitable building will be contained in flext.week' Many
lomeatead Exemption election, p< se.,, forts to secure a meat said on the matter for sometime Issue of The Tslegra "'h. To Student Thin Year "w
November t.. stick the {
by
In the .' Per First Time
s for Starke be : editors and faculty advisors H'
''''Walnwrlght plant Student '
Assessor N. D. The Business Men's / had signed The City Council at Its Tuesday are now being selected V
to
week In response Intention of 4
9Umateil\ this Sholtz. Starke LeadingIn Monday meeting heard remainder night meeting promised $30 for and the paper,'with Its InterestIng Bradford County enlarged anti ,

remiest from assessed Governor valuaUon ,of l later, local emergency materials to be used In the work. items of school room, and generally Improved high 'school ': ,

'The! total to istration say that there __n and donations of palm trees and athletic field will b. In full, building was the scene of hurrying

-it. estate In this, Mr.county Wainwright placedUII44.0oo.oo County LoopStrawberries sibility of securing oleandor plants. are. assured.It Is I swing by next week.Prospects .and scurrying Monday as the high i [I '

amount. $311,290.00 plants locally If a said. school here, entered Upon its fortieth .
dd.1 Of this enough to meet the Indigents, Plaps' for the' beautification, term with the record breakIng '

i rural property and would$126,530.00 become Conftdent'Of- Second found.A which..,wlll include only streets and Look OK first-day ,, attendance of 73ft I }
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i city property of : committee was other'property owned by the city, students.< It to expected that attendance t? ,

.taxable with the amendment.passage Half Victory AfterWednesday's I A. J. Griffls, president ) -Cut 'ate being drawn up by Aubrey will reach 800 before the

hi much discussed Game to work with Mr. Prink, landscape artist,i and It is month Is'over.Charley .

While believing that the passage lag a suitable building said that the project will be submitted To Football CoachForty' E. Johns, recently elected a

id the exemption act' would automatically Mr.- (By LESTER SCHNELL) ing donations from the That County I for approval tp the state representative to the state legislature __
require a:sales tax -The Starke- Strawberries went date from Bradford County _
county. administration at an early _
ftlnwrlght thinks there la. littlebt Into the lead In the battle for second The building Taken ri'Intho meanwhile the local made the principal address at the _

of its passage sine there are half honors In the North Florida the In Young Hopefuls Turn Out held Monday: _
ed Is'the old oJ FERA office Is leading way opening exercises 4r _
K many home-owners whose property County League by swamping the Denmark's Furniture personal! the improvement program that Is i For First Practice Light morning at 9:00: o'clock In the au- g., __

Is worth less than $3,000 and Green Cove Springs nine 19-0 In this building be used It I relief rolls I being urged on all private citlsens, But Fast. ditorium. Mr. Johns told students n __

who would be freed from taxation. a game played on.the local diamond cessitate the laying of be remov I by, planting shrubbery and grass', of the benefits of an education Pt __

ni.u.. amendment seems to have Wednesday afternoon. floor at an estimated ,' on the grounds around Its office Prospects tot a winning B. H. 8, and said that it any on. of them ,,g _
W> Powers,
caght the popular fancy the taxineroor Carter, Woodall and Abbott led While plans for this F. for building. It Is also planned to football team during the coming passed up the opportunity to educate __

says.Meanwhile the Starke attack, each making yet In the formative ,\the Board of paint the building If funds for this season are good according to Donald himself he would surely JIve' ;l+p __

as 'the November three bits. Woodall and Abbott Register'. believes that at Its purpose can be secured MacQueen the new coach who to regret It In later lif.. t __

ejection approaches, discussion of made doubles. In addition doIng fighting chance of Mr.-Pcwal're-s arrived here Monday to take over Superintendent A. J. Qrlffls and G',

tome stead exemption' becomes some heavy hitting,. Abbott the plants for Starke his duty of whipping some forty Principal L.. A. 'Gray made brief # .
and more general and has stellar at short. to' assume re : I odd vacation-spoiled youngsters Into Introduced school board,,
more played a game that It is worth working talks and
caused Governor Sholtc to begin atatewlde Starke 181 Lake Butter 0 The meat, canning .., persons'' ,, Worm Pest fight t a perfectly-timed machine designed I members and school trustees who
find out just to I (Indigents for an inflated -
survey to Inspired by a determination likely employ between / solely pushing were. present. c F
how far Florida's tax coffers will stay in the race for the second half ,workers and would state adminis' pigskin over a whit line at one Not only has B; H.. S. the greatest

be handicapped If every homesteadowner banner. Starke's Strawberry nine siderable payroll Announced poli Up ToIndijdual l end of a long green field- student enrollment In ,Its history -* $

Is allowed to deduct $9.000: went on a wild hitting rampage to county. lupport of per Mr. :MacQueen baa two champ- but the number' ot teachers r I 1 ,

Ira his property valuation when humble the Lake Butler Ramblers _. un' It nahlp football teams In Arkansasto employed has reached twenty-six

taxpaying time comes. to the melody of,18-0 on Sunday's : said. his credit, and what time he has three more than last year/s total.
Tells Cattle
Relief Administration
Sentiment for and against the jaunt. Then. .too the superb took no ac- not spent In sizing up his football Those who have been signed since ,
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act Is rapidly,crystallizing as more pitching of Pete McKinley for seven Registration () '. request, Owners Are That NotAvailable Federal Funds material, the .material has spentIn the-;first announcement of teachers

and more citizens of the state begin Innings counted in the will and had already 11.1. looking over the new eoaob, and employed WM made several weeks

to view It with favor or .dies is not to be overlooked Thi smooth their estimated .-tdttl "."'Federal aid 'In both prttels..m well satisfied. ago ftrst I Donald MacQueen of Pal-
WorkingJillke. a Now At I of widows : hope 'The/new "coach says that. th, teachin -
commercial .
ka coach ; t.
dain. southpaw was- a "DtL ,
in.featatlon'waa
l the
lt\l'el} and that their fight on_ screw; : worm out\ for the t
Mr. Walnwrlght baA, forwarded clock and dished the boys out but "outTt'o'.riorldatoc forty boys who turned Mrs' Q. ,A. AndersoqStark./' p
held
Ui figures to .Governor Sholta two safe knocks,' sending sevenmen ._ ; prlatic D would I first practice look light,.ibut'aay4that Junk .1'Ip"HI.. !feast... Adklns.

There they will be used to makd'tgI '': : renrUhe, plattsr,swinging like To Remain Open ** 'den..on.. .. otm'f'' _men-at-thir In;Tallahassee.. meeting:. Individualtreatment ;Wednesday j what they (,lack inAweight, Starke, primary department} Mis*'. i

part of the. statewide:' 'survey;; Aunt Sophi/ Charlie1'Abbot" formerly ., 1 -- of the affected. animals they"will probably make up In Kitty Hogsed. Starke. secretary, ,,,11,
.V- -1g- outfielder for- the Jacksonville business was peed.. Fourteen old men will return A complete ,'
substitute .teacher.
: and
": ; an "NamedRegistration "
with Commercial, and pine
bencol A
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meeting
which probably
at the eighth thin ,year and their
came In list .( teachers art.
.Tars -
tar oil 1. the best method of control
He ,made 'and another reason for the unworried be I printed In the lt,,
AnnouncesFor McKlnleys: CUDS. stgnments"wilt
Green to finish up books burial and eradication .of the-pest,
lafetles.makinI' following look on the coach's face. date.
out two more school hews at an early
checked eral election in .
Mollle Snowden they were told., Inline .
for the Ramblers 'MacQueen, will be assisted coursesto be offered this
it four In all moved to the various New ,
they couldn't buy a wber. ; man at Law. The meeting was attended by a < and backfteld coaching by year are Commercial ,.English, a +. ,
although will
ducts they
at New delegation' from Bradford Countycomposed and C. M. t
Speakership: 13. ; Principal L. A. Gray commercial law, general business
until Saturday; Oct. 'AIo.CYrJ'0
run.Leading the attack on Baxley will be' In charge of Charley E. Johns rep Howard' junior high teacher. training manual arts solid geom-: n
Lion tatlv..lect. A. J.Thomas, W. and
Mrs. H. D,TyleVt reee According to the tentative +.
hits was and
-, and Zant for seventeen; lowing deputies: 0. ,, H James ,. C M, try trigonometry.
with J, A.< Tyler and : Smith Moresby still Incomplete schedule, It I. Ilk
1MaI'Congressman:. Bays He Is Abbot, who made his debut Paul E. Can .
.
perfect Lawtey; pauper Allow Phillips and i ,;,.T.>Green, who. bas I/ that the first game 01 the season I
Candidate To Succeed the Berries by enjoying a Starke. ; .J. W. of. projectin Oak '
: jthe
with ._ charle; eradication willbe played with Live
Late Rainey.Congressman at bat. stealing honors C. B. Roberts, ; :Low Cuban Tariff ytaY
Starke
day Charlie's showing ; .. of Brooker this. .county. f, away from home.*, :
five out of five. P. Dickinson Theressa;
last the Berry pauper-roll at I A' .meetingof: ,Bradford County I :Other teams that will be metthis
Rj'A..;:; Green at the plate has assured Hampton; M. L. Johns ; .
D. that he will be a real :cattle-owners I has been ,called by year aret Hastings, High
week announced In Washington I followers Q B. Colson Brooker. I
C, where he has been for the pasttwo help In shoving ,the boys throughthe Those who are not r ,: Director of Mr. Green for 8:00 o'clock Tuesday Springs St. Augustine, Lake Butler :Said Not Harmful Min MinFears
afternoon at'>the court house, at Madison,
weeks, that he would be a can- race. -Jones, Hall and Carter payment of poll taxes ..r. Bv ii. A. ac Jasper: and probably
which time the Tallahassee meet.Ing I
te-to succeed the tote Henry also followed closely In the seventeen to hold receipts for County re of Palatka. Alachua, Trenton Willis- I. J/f'/ th. purchase of and the newest method ton and Newberry., Growers 'Are
RaIney as speaker,, of'the House I bit barrage two years In order to be discussed of Florida +
the
: treatment for pest Nell
ID repair;ot In held Tuesday afternoon '
* however, a meeting Groundless, Senator
Representatives. The RaJ 1bIU. backers; visor of Registration 3
Mr. Green'to the'tltth' tct" enter that they,.have a good said. organization. ; Coa IL blacQueSn announced Fletcher. flaysOn
maintain Cattlemen'ut
denied. Wednesday's meeting that he to strongly! .ta favor of securing -
lilt ipeakershlp race,. Representa- ball.team. but we still insist that, ,- -- I,
from the Starke stated that what for outside
lives Byrns of Tennessee, Banks observing their recent showIng Neff To Tallahassee transportation the eve of the effective date
from Council wanted most was help from due to,, the fact that .
bead of Alabama, Rayburn'of TexM. couldn't lick the underside they candidates lowering the tariff, on .fruiU\sj *l '
they
.- Remaking of the 'Federal III supplying the beatplay..r.
u. the government these sometimes prove .
and Rankin of Mississippi pre-, postage stamp. Maybe vegetables from Cuba Senator
of a
than for another funds to employ range riders on a team and are far too the v. ;
team made
Fletcher
'lously had announced. have a better Duncan U.
do .
The congressman from Starke they credit for but that Ed R Neff former meetings, the re- and other workers necessary. In. valuable to lose because of shortage statement In Washington D.- C."
they are given of Starke and later by unanimous the eradication campaign. of transportation. Then, too":
out of ,
-
boned that be team Florida 'ap Asa
a statement saying never'pulled a i that some growers
alone Beach has been Julius r;/' Stone, Jr., Florida "re It Is well to have as large' a number of difficulties
believed for enough
apprehensive
"It is Important sadly were
highly where, parently
the cellar, were said relief funds He
Die one selected to represent the destined to remain. And State. Road applications lief administrator, as psulble. on the roster. that will not arise" r'
they seem doomed engineering operations pensions: could not be expended In the screw strongly stressed abiding certain "
lounger element in the DemocraticP&rty as to Daylight they seem I habilitation of Key ..._...__,.$ 00 worm campaign except on a basil training'rule. to stay In top condition Meanwhile the Stats Depart .
and be thoroughly instep to the second division from present I ._ 2.00 who are relief ment directed attention to the fact
with the brevity Ing to newspaper ?.? of relief for persons .at 'all times. Coach .Mac- 1'
the new deal. Indications. Due to While at Miami: : _...-....__ 4.00 roll clients. Present allotments of Queen al o'stated that he does not that only'grapefruit among the-

During his stay In Washington, of the second half.the Grocers directed activities of : .??-_.? 4.00 funds to Florida, he said, are sufficient wish the"value of football to befor.bne's'Wf Florida orchard and farm products >
>Mr.'. of -
Green called ,at the Depart- haven't a burglar's chance nosing ...'4.00 '..50a will enter, the United States ,
partment Including all ,........,. for approximately alone--ni>t to make '
neat of to a comprehensive and Green Cove.the under reduced duty.
Agriculture urge out Starke _. 2.00 each on the Immediately )
; erations- had charge week for family Impressions on others, but for the ,
program'< to eradicate two top Botchers. plant and 'supervised '?.__.....: f.OO rolls.' benefit of one mentally and physically '- Ths new reciprocal trade agreement ,l
the screw worm In Florida.Representative, .;' The acquisition of Abbot and the ...... ._ ,4.0O -' ,r n. with the Island republic goes ,
the T are and laying of' ?_ ;' '", ''We cannot go,out of"bur field and for the benefit and uplifting ,
return of Woodaii from West he will have : .-'.-___ 6.00 I at present and provide employmentfor Bradford, High School. Into effect September .1.1, and on sir_
even
,
'Urges J makes the Berries' outlook Allen gineering activities _..->" _...'3.00 persons-who\ are/, _not relief r that date the grapefruit duty'toreduced
brighter.' And with Rabbit surveys and'planning i.1:___... 7.00 Stone declared.. "If the from 1.. cents pound to k;
Exchange of;:Cows; .still hanging around, the team will meats contemplated in _-_.--k'4.00 cases cattlemen, or the counties, or the BANK DCPOSITOIMI war .S cents a pound; but for a limited "M'?
COMMITTEE
-' be well supplied with playing spir rehabilitation w.----.-.' 4.00 other' departmentof ANnADVISOKY period only The low rate prevails
state .
Congressman R. X 'Green re- it. The'Rabbit to the'life of
urn this week to his' home here team. He has something the pub In Monroe County as the money we will be glad Bank of Stark. held Tuesday afternoon 80 under\ the treaty, and during &IIoth.r +"
from Washington,.D. C, where he to cotton to, and to. worth supply L. months the old tariff of 1.2 acents"
lie seems city. DISCUSSES: to spend It In employing full time at the court hours W. "
ttacked< the po. UoD'.,of. the department on any ball team even 4) FLOBIDA and ,ls applicable. '
his spurs IN range riders or in any other method Wan, H. L. Brownlee George
of agriculture relative to If hs didn't know.the sque e.play HARBISON of control which the cattlemen A. .Gardiner were elected to serveas Summer Wells,' assistant. 'secre. lFletcher
"". MRS. chairman of
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exchange of westerncattle wrote Senator
.
\ party. ef State
from a petting *. AT : tubercu and the government technical experts an advisory committee to consult tary f
Owned by the relief administration other league gam. on "a -examination.of; f
"\la Sunday's deckle .to best.,'. with C. L. Stockwell. conservator
for local cattle la"'the .Southern I Daylight took .a "close one" fro. Funeral services some In- Dr. J. Lt Knapp who presided" at particularly In reference to the extent of the reduction in duty t".C.

liaise, i Green. Cove 8-7.., day afternoon at Bury: on conditions.' the meeting told' the cattlemen compromise settlements and ,,the on fresh fruits and vegetables'and: rn,
,
"It would be only common sense etery- near Lake : .: 7 that eradication campaign wasa sate of real estate the period during which such, reductions "

sad' Justice," said Green..for'tha "Storks 6; Daynght ft Mary Ha 'laoD. S3, the LOM persons fesponsiblUty UM of the individual .State Comptroller'3.''if. Lee was Are applicable win reveal wi
**:RA to be permitted to exchange Harrison of from tuberculo that .do* not seriously impair"noritJa'a '
estimated cat. and they
: record crowd 274 owner.to take care of his.own present' at the meeting gavea l
Before a are only "
lllltable i killed
stock from the west now Berries continued who was U." report of the progress tnst has competitive position
"feritmtod In the south, for.local at about 000 ths drive to the top when the car in-. to be found only Limited finances' the statelivestock been made sine the bank was Wells stressed that the concessions ";
' In
determined the
tittle of inferior stock.". their out s e- verdict niece, MUM Mildred epUa1 for sanitary board. Knapp placed under a conservator. to CUba In lowered tariffs

,* representative said a. largemPply rang by blasting Grocers :Monday.The riding swerved from Prison farm said. will not.allow the board to Any depositor who was not able" .were for "a short period only" during .
Daylight scattered in coun
of local stock was suitable over the Day, throng that down a steep Incline employ; range' riders as some cattlemen to( attend the meeting, aDd who designated "low production"months
for the purposes of the relief ad.mll1i1t.ratlon large Labor not three times and : and poor : in the United States, and '
Reno field was. have suggested would I ,Jik<- >'Co know the I'ro.r.aethal. .
at ssld.
out .
be'ex. turned breaking bar neck that the old rates still applied during
should
to
and. disappointment, slthor ildded that i .IMS been made'lie Invited
tha"ged for the superior breeds and sent away In were.rewarded Instantly. Miss In .. BOWLING CARRIED call at thebank"at, any time and the balance of the year 't'1''
(< few states
antdecision J of the depart-; The patrons ,, engagements ly Injured. the state TO BALTIMORE HOSPITAL this Information will be given. Effective periods of other fruits
with two bristling having no ,
w a. unfair. be codtended andIptllat for In the nightcap' Daylight took vived Beside by nr her mother ..care of Its tu- & 8. Dow1i C.. former principal ,;'.'.. :,.? .?, .' and begin vegetables'except In December and' grapefruit January. 4
., unjustifiable battled themto school here and now a
and of the high nom"IIO Qt1ITO'Jl8JJWING:
> the beat Interest .of UM on'Lake Butler Berries;their )(. Doke of Santa Fe : resident of Jasper wet. carried last Hew Treaty Effects Florida
the tuberculosis
"" oien a 2-2: tie. For brothers and sisters.' '-get. : will be put to work. ,A summary of the treaty's effect
and people of the south. meant a. Us with. Green __.__ Infection through week to.Johns Hopkins Hospital Twenty men
wnue j In Washington. Green. wire victory front ranks In the In close'' I to Baltimore Md., where he will be Monday morning destroying mosquito on Florida fruits and vegetables ,#

rred with department official Cove for the which at...present to a DK.; & person CODI I, treated for a throat trouble., breeding places within the follows: 1,'I :

with the view to obtaininguse ot flag race affair. Dr. W. )j E.: M .' Certainly more Mr. Cowling's many Crtend hers. city limits.,This to an FERA project ,,Grapefruit Duty-reduced'from. )r.
tuck from
1lller1'111C7 funds for ths.,control alp, and. Strawberriessecured thirtees confined to baa home Infection: rate to will; wish bin a speedy recoveryand ,and to n part of Uu state-wide 141 cents 1 a through pound to September.t cent 30',, rlt 1(

Reid "'acUcaUoa of tIM swwon L The off Jake Bunch. He was week with. a caN of because patients a quick: return to Jasper where war that to being 'wapcll..ttbe August atCoUauid .'
Ths old 1,2 rate prevails '
hits .
"rote President Roosevelt al .effective as usual the locals He to. gradually their homes with he has been. elected as prnclpati4he Insect that carries the dengue I only., "'t t r.t
1IJISe Park, hs have I act *i be able-to fever ,. ,, td .'1. ,.., "
solvCoottaued germ.
"- uIda&"tJaat Ondtng ttttto difficulty ta pects to ... COeI gnlet' high. school. LP "ry e ,I"... T' w: '
.Iu funds provUed *J ,.,,.,.within. the ., .'. ;e :" ; :.!;, !\\'"
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-- -BROOKER- GRAHAM THERESSA I I A-lJ/ TON---- er, Edward Rosier of Jacksonville, DOlfBLE RUN ner guests of :Miss Joseph-! *

r ';.1..".'Corre.Wrrded !Hr.. I.. C. HmUh. C:.......*..... MlM R..... Z.I..r. c............. MlM A". Nlmna Corru. .o.d... are upending several days herewith MlM. Hoot. BrewrM.. C.rr..p.i.d*.t Greene Sunday.
11I1. Fero I' .. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
H. P. Galney' was atransactlng Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds who Mrs. J. E. Adklna and daughters Misses Floy Greene of Miami, relatives. I Earl Johns of Chlptey spent a were visiting Mr. and Mrs UnJerhi'i N

f business In Starke :Monday. have been visiting friends and relatives Misses Grace of Hamptonand who has been visiting Mrs. Jessie Mrs Sallie Blackwelder and I few days here this week visiting Greene Sunday afternoon. n.

and for several days returned to ,Wilson baa returned home. daughter, Mrs. Florence Carlisle i Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns Miss Hazel Johns
:Mr. and :Mrs, W.. D. Webb June of Winter Haven were his parents: of stark.
t children were transacting business their home at Wlndemere and Sunday.family visiting at the home of J. J. Zelg- The revival services at the Bap- are spending this week at Starkeas Lannas P, Jarvis of Pahokee Is apent part of last week with !,U8lo! i
.
In Starke Saturday.We Mr Lizzie Surrency ler Friday. tist Church are progrussingplcely, guests of Mr., and :Mrs. Aaron while here In this section e8 Pauline and Reba. Greene I
arrived andIs spending a
of Saturday
Tampa
under the able management of the Miss Genevieve
are very wry to report that Friends and relatives of J.. H. Blackwelder.Mr. Saunders and I
visiting relatives this week. Rev. of Lawtey. with Mr. and Mra. O. X* Miss Juanlta
{;? Mrs. Cyphus Hiwrell Is on the sick Wallace will be grieved to learn of pastor Lyle, and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan Williams I
Mra. Mack :McKinzie and Mrs. Harmon Morgan, who Is teaching Brown. Phillips attended church atTpS
his death at Vienna. Ga. on Sep- and baby daughter of Jacksonville,
t list.Rev. Ellis McKinzie of Hart Haven ? In the Brooker school, spent Ancla Brown of Nlceville spest Level Sunday.Mrs. .
+ O. regular tember 2. spent the holiday here with their
McGauley
E. .held
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. the week-end with his mother here. the week-end here as guest of his Leona Quick of Lacoochee
and
Mrs. Jean Gasklns,
church services at the Bap- the older of mother
A number of people
J. H. Surrency.Mr. Mr. ana Mrs. H. J. Crlbba who Mr. and Mrs., 0.L.. was visiting Miss Annie Sweat .
parents
E, famll Fri
tlat Church Sunday. thla community attended the mass }
and :Mrs. R. R. Jones of have been located In the Sullivan Brown. day afternoon.
Miss :Mildred Morgan spent the Tampa Is visiting Mr. Jones' meeting at Keystone Heights last residence nave removed to the Elder and Mrs.. E. N. Anderson Mrs. T. A. Moore of Gainesville
and Thursday night of Hellbronn were visiting Mr. Fred Bryan of Oluatee.was vis-
with Mr.
week-end In Sampson house Church Street. la
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Sparkman on : spending a few days with
In this section this weekend.Mr. her
i Mrs. W. H. Smith. Mrs Carl Jones this week. J. F. Trlest was transacting Mrs. J. P. Sullivan spent the and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday iting: and Mrs. Alvin Tyler Of father, A; J. Underbill.

j, Mr. and :Mrs. A. B. Crosby and We to that Mrs. business in Jacksonville last week. week-end with her sons A. L. afternoon.. ---.--
are report of her
children of Jacksonville spent Sunday giaa Mr.; and ;Mrs. H. D. :May attended and Cleveland Sullivan of Thereasa. :Mrs. M. L. Thompson and children Saxton were guests parents MAIL SCHEDULE
Edith Starling who has been very Mr. and Mrs. O. L, Brown Sunday.
church in Graham Sunday were vlHltlng her parents,
of her parents,
here as guests Effective
ill in a Jacksonville hospital is Perry Jtnklna was In this sec. July 15, 1934:
b Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. able to be home again. Misses Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler Mrs. H. H. Hardin of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griff, near tlon Sunday afternoon. South Bound

g Among those attending,"church Services were held at the Christian attended a party at the home of ville ia spending this week with Lawtey one day last week '. Train nan!
cervices at_ New Hope from here Crturch Sunday at 11 and Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan in Wal Mrs. M, L. Watterson.BOOTSEY'S.. Mrs L. M. Murrhee spent I last '' No. i Closes

14 Ruiday were Mr. and :Mrs. E. M. Sunday evening by Rev. Willie do Tuesday night week at Starke with her daughter SANDY LANEMlM 11-Parcel Post____ 8:30A.M.: !

Hazen and children :Mr. and Mrs. Mlnchew of Lake Butler. Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Koon and BEACH Mra.C. A. Moody. Pauline G...... Ci>".pondenl. 107-Letters, Spec. Del..8:40:

13. F. Hizen and children' .!I'. n 2-* Mrs. Ida Jones was a business children of Waldo were visitingher H... L. tixmklmm. ("......pODd..t Wilmot Kirkland left recentlyfor Miss Leila Thomas- spent Satur 1-Letters, Pcl. Post6::00 A.M.P.M.

Mrs. Q. W. Hazen, T. C. Hazen, visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. Louie Murrhee of the CCC Camp Plant City where he bas a posi : day night with her slater :Mrs. North Bound
Mrs. D. W. Hazen, Mr and Mrs. H. Florrie :McKinley of Sampson and Mrs W. H. Hull here Sunday near Ocala apent the week-end tion. 'Ernest Greene. 12-Letters, Pel. POllt2::30 P. M.

P. Gatney and children and :Mr. and City was a dinner guest of afternoon. here. with his parents, Mr and Mias Lucille Crawford Is spending I Miss Ida Sweat and Mrs. R. H. -108-Letters, Spec. Del..8:40pM.: !
% Mrs. L A. Brown son, Artford Mrs. Allene Call Sunday.Mrs. Milton, Warren and Eugene Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. some time in Jacksonville. Williams spent Saturday In Starke 2-Letters, Pel. Poat.-6:00: P.M.
; J. M. :Mrs. Al-
Mr. and Mrs. Mott.
via :McKinney, Mrs Florence" Var. Allene Call has returned Youngblood ,returned to their homeIn Misses Vlcie and Edna Hodge Rudolph Chism and Charnle as guests of their sister, Mrs. C. Starke and Bell___6:50X11.
from Palatka where '
madon she spent several Tampa Sunday after several of Woodlawn, spent Sunday herewith Yarbrough of Water Oak, spent Johns, "I do things I -
Just
days with her grandfather, weeks visit here with their father 1 like to do and
Mrs. J. Roy Quinn. the with
week-end
here Robert: Mr. and Mrs.John Glisson and never get bored with "
life.
A. B. Hazen of Gainesville spent :Mr. Johnson. L. L, Youngblood. Miss Bernice --Harv
i Rosier and broth-
: and A. J. Crawford
Miss Pauline Greene were the din. Garden.
.
"1 the week-end here as guest of his i

mother Mrs. D. W. Hazen. "KEEPING' UP WITH THE
TONESES"-No Place A
E J. Roberts of Lawtey spent For Debtor ---By POP MOMAND

t Saturday here as guest of Mr. and ,
YBArt Tl-t'RB --- ---
You MUST WAS oN8
Mrs. Q. W. Hazen. NIr4T YLi_ .
MAC.HI..e.41JN
l
IIAVHAD S NrSYER68 ; w..s PoF"PIN' AROUND
Mr. and Mrs. John Mott and OMC l.IK6 us YOU esc:
PRaTTY TWZIUINE, ONG top MNr PALS AN' M5 tARN A PAN-AIV WAS. wCf2RIED
Mrs. Myrtle McKinney were at 6XPE 4 tending to business in Starke Sat. AS A ENeMY AN'WE CCUL.\N'T\ "T\Lt..' OI acrlON AJ-t WEll 6oT COLONEL- -N 1O OWED
urday. SBRC'rBANT So401ffRt 6dT LOST IN sep..RATEC? tbuT',Ti. Rg.. Z Ts-IAU fI' M@ pofrTv oLLAR. Ip

Spur No f.14'5 ZOo N@VER see "Tk.. Y ,,,

*' GUM BRANCH ",ihh!' a.' LAND-- GUY',AGAIN--
I. i I" ''Ih'i'7'! '
Ml*.. RlUnbrtk. ........, Car.tt I 'hail; I 'Iii t
; IIrIW
tt Sunday School Picnic i i s'' II ii l ''i1'!
6111" EOs
y Mr, and Mrs. T. N. Norman entertained i sr Wt RR "

the :Mission Sunday i N'r'
iii School last Saturday afternoon at iilllii;: i'itif' "q'' (

their home In this section.. .:_ _ I lD
A short program was rendered i-
u by the Sunday School class. Then : 1 u (VIA"
.
i they were invited to supper which i

+ was served. picnic style out under f 111
-
the'trees. I.tn... v n.-nw ra.n
There were nineteen of the class

present. All enjoyed the after

noon. 'There wa only one regret THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR I II
and that was some of the members A' Close Call
l' were sick'and not able to attend, -_
but we hope they will soon be well A* TW.UN V ouD -;;; ;; "
t eAw TM'MOST / R; 11LR tvtti, THOat HIA -\ "" i .Toltt' NW' t an T'
f; again MAUTtrut IIAM1ALE TNAT Uib1 MAMMA iIAD1a slRAUTY TNATS $u. r. HOW : LOOKY a HtRt-'"
:V and Mrs,. P. D.:./Reddish and Witt UVCD VtWTlHOA J0Mt1
Mr. ON tp'Y! WNAT' I T 'W/14 R tU NtI Yount A MAWUtD! N\AM.MD
-children' were the guests of Mr; WHAT A WtCTOAf \\ TItt4' DMAI 1X111 '1DU "1\MOW. 1T,1 At4D" GoT 1'40'
it and Mrs. Leroy Norman' Sunday., HAD MOM THAN ClIOfATRA w 1s oN Y sinct E INtsfi 'I .WM' ABOUT ANY
t A large crowd from here attended eveft WANTgD -AQl11N. ii. OTtIfR WOMAN .THAT' WAY
church at New' Hope Sunday.. ? ,AND.. YOU KNOW THAT; TOO, I// /'
ttt-ETC. ._.-' -
Mr. and :Mra. Ed Stanley' and
baby were the guests of Mr. and ', ( nQ ,* 7

:Mrs. W. C. demons Sunday. i
Mr. and :Mrs. Wilton Conner'ot tI r
It Ili
Rising section were visiting Mr.:
''I and Mra. l.. L. Conner Sunday. I ar r

Miss Bertlse Norman spent Saturday
night with Mlaa Stella Ricks
rr .Mr. and :Mra. R. Conner and I o
children were the guests of Mr. '

and! Mra. Leroy Norman Sunday. I
Mills Louise Sapp apent the week It,1. ; IIJLL 1

p and at Lawtey with her 'cousin

h1 Miss Doris Burncy.Mlsa II
Bertlce Norman was' the

} guest of Elizabeth Harnage Friday
afternoon.

e Miss Oarnlta Hubbard of Starke
has been spending a while with Mnaaaaaaaaa B aaal alaa a a a a a a a a al a aa aa aa aa p y Jf *P.

'u'' 1DIU1.Muuea Mildred and. Audrey Nor. fTH MAIN TlillSG ON'' MAIN STKEKi: : '"' By L. 'F/:Van.t.ZclI;;:

Mr- and Mrs. Marlon Browningand -' -,
children of Raiford were visiting .II : +
&t...tu DUfWlII! r DAD: Gt'M T// 51 V/OODIN LOOKAOOUHD MB CAMTTLttMHA
and
1.' her parents Mr. Mrs. H NE Y 41 Look, 'lo4tiQ6 B' DAY-PO HOTE
I 1 04AT"S ir _
I*.. Edwards Friday night. ,MAIM ';Ta ET'S A CAR. u""rN-1HeQa" citoHBR4EI.P HEAO-HI
Miss Hazel Reddish spent the J kOUT WHERE "WERt1T''/ '' MO CAR TH6QE WTl2A EAR4 ARE 40.

1 week-end with Miss Hazel bapp. Lg!API_tig Ne\IU_ _PA9E_ POST OFFJCIUMCLAIMEO YGR ''BAGKIN' .BYAND \ .WHEN' I HARKED\ HERB WHttTLBD( Ti HIM W AV"' = os aI

,
Miss Bernice Stanley of Starke
;, was the guest of Was :Melba Clem- I TRAFFIC) COP NEED Thlt*. MORN IM e / Aa cR sv oe iZ

OWl Sunday i ED ON MAIN ST. w
T There will be prayer meeting at LETTERS I a
Mr. and Mra. Malley Alvarez's Fri- .

day night. Everybody welcome to /1; .9
attend. WE"" 51 l OATS COMS9 UtZI1M5NIRHl 0
To Tow 1Z> DO NI9WiiEK'S
RINGS 6HOPPIMS HC I 611tYCANTr '
HElL :
A filB AYB64 /
SiEM4 To Ta\Mws\ HIS I
MU. ThclM Itkititoii. Vom.....*.*
BuZZ WAGO"" $14 TH :
'" Mrs. Cora Jones spent Friday ONLYONt ON MAIN : :

night In Jacksonville :vUttlng ClmS&T. O 4 '
friends. :
?
Clarence Rhoden spent part of .
\
$ the week In Jacksonville. .
4 Miss Basic Crawford of Lawtey .3 -on. ==:::-

.ry and Clarabelle Carter were visit- _
tag Thilma and Mae Rhoden Sun. IF...:?.!.. ,- .

day afternoon. ...,rtUTUr DARNIT --B SMcMantl51
Miss Ethel Davis Is 'spending aWhile Char

in Jacksonville visiting relative. .- .
1 .:
I HAVE TO CO OOMT oeJ VOU.ARC OONT '
'
1 Mra'l: E. B. Hart and eon. Burch THROUGH THI% J AFRAID. I'lV VERY KINp'MlNTON ON',, LOOK? 1NHAT? I. SOME QOOV9 FdlXOWlN
Nelson Moore
and Miss Mary Reddish
*
spent Sunday In Jacksonville FIELD TD CBT I GO.,WITH 'T IT You

w There will be a. baseball game MOMS ,AND TM1Y YOUSAY.IT'S
'
4' here Sunday afternoon at 2::30. The FUlL
Graham team will play the Hail.ry OF.MO' T9nc
'
,bronn Springs team.
5 Mrs. Maud Walnwrtght and I '

w+ daughter Anita, wore' visitors In e r
Starke Saturday. ? el e .

a Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Parmenter ....
r of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. /. e.rc

and I Mrs. R U. Parmenter Mon.

}; .
day.Dr..R. P.,Taylor and son. Champ Q ,.

of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. \. '"
and Mrs D. L. Kite Sunday .--.

There will be church at the Arbor '.

Friday night Everybody try .;'
-..:::.;;;0.; ,
to come. < -
it O ". w
.h..., -.

r Consumption of water In Houston ,. .#

Texas.. during June averaged "
.
W .:;.., '
eoe hundred gallons per'day per .4-
,
.
; "'. --
capita, .the' highest.."In the city's ..,d' t>,'< ,-: .. .'In '-. ----' .
1. / r'ry '
"I "' .
.aiMtnrv : : "ft- ; -.t. ,,;.r,11---, : r.i... ,N:' '''''101M4tiI

t'm I ,; '. ..'zmrA' ''-' ''''.!( ',' < '." '...'.,.... ....>'\, <;",'., ," .'"\ ,'.' ',., '.:?!.-.' ,,' .;.!>'.,..,",. ,' ," ,' '. ,,' '." .,....,.'".' I _' .. .' Vo,_;;: ''';",..,,1 jl!

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SEPTESIBEK!:: 7. 1934 BRADFORD COUIJTY TELEGRAPh STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREB s
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- -:=:::- -- CARPENTERS WALK OUT NOTICE OF" ELECTIONI. -OTII or sev.nr'iIov NO. TWOA I NO. FIVE I : ''I

lo tt..rltt of Hradfoid County JOINT RESOLUTIONA JOINT RESOLUTION .\.4;}Ii '' "
MIAMI-An estimated 500 \. '
unica a f the of F'orlilu I : ,
W. EL Middlcton of Joint Resolution Proposing I an A Joint Resolution to ;
mayor P..npo.lo.
:
I carpenters walked off construction Be It Known. That i. H. A. eIrayS.or.tery m to Article 10 of the Amend Section 24 of of ':J jcFlorida. ,
Starke Florida by virtue of the of the State of "Iorlel.t. do of Flor the Constitution of ,"
jobs today after employers refused notice. that (Constitution cf t bf State. of the State \ .
authority vested in me by the law, hereby /give Ida by Adding/ 'h.r.t.. an Addltlnnal Relating to County andMunicipal "
STATE NEWS their demand for a wage from UHNRK4.L F1.NM'IO Ba as I '
to Known -
LIVE i
do hereby call an election to beheld will be held In County, lerllo" 10v.rnn..II. 't
., to Homo- :
f5 cents to $1 an hour. Fred Morris State of Florida. on Tuesday next Relating lie It HeseHre-l br the ....I..I.t.r I It
at the ball( in aforesaid stead and I .t
business agent for the local city the succeeding the first Monday In November E..pt.na. of the .' f KlorlilatThat l '

I of Florida In Short Paragraphs" town by the'qualified voters A. D. 1(34. the said Tuemlny lie It lle-mlveii by the Leglslataire Section 14 of Article III of ,It. },
I News said "we do'not want a battle. but being thetlXTt .f theStale et Florida I the. Constitution of the Slate of :,
only what la fair." He said the unIon on Tuesday September 11. 1934. ly OF *oEMHEll! That the amendment to I Florida relating to county and municipal \ "' \

I II for the purpose of electing the following for I'nl. Htatea. Senator. Article 10 foUowlo. ,,. of ,I governmenta be and the asm Il '4t: ,'\
.
la about 700.
membership officers: R.pr..ntaUv., In CongreSs he State of Florida relating to I I hereby. .m..nd"e' and as amend : \
I -. State at I"r/r./ homestead and ...n.ptlon.by ..d.1 I ed la .. .. anal! be sub ,\: I J
--- w One mayor; For Representative of the Second ng thereto an mltted to the elector of the state ('
'" "I TAMPA IS GROWING Three aldermen;, Congressional/ District of the State to be known aa "Section 7" providing .-I 0' Florida at the Ueneral Election I \." !

BIRTHDAY CITRUS CHOP ESTIMATED TAMPA of Florida In the HeventyfourlhCongresn that n* assessment for any 01 Representatives to be held In ;"
CELEBRATES; : -Tampa's population One --clerk treasurer tax assessor of the United State County or Municipal taxation 1914 for approval or rejection. Held \ "

AUGUSTINE-This city- WINTER HAVEN-Commissioner has Increased over S.OOO since the' and tax collector. For Two Justices of tt.te. .. .. ah,1. he tavled upon the home Section 24 of .rt"l. lit. ae amended I \ 'l

ST. nation last week of Agriculture Nathan 1930 census thus Its Court of the State ot Florida. stead and the saute la hereby .h..1 r.\e .: 1 t' '"'
of the carrying presS One marshal. .,
\ 1
oldest Commlsslonera submitted
tile For Two Railroad agreed to and shall tie' to Section 14. The legislature shall I' : !
celebrated Its 369th anniversary Mayo here to supervise the openIng ent figure as of July 1. 1034. to Inspectors of said election: R. A.Newsome. of the State of Florida. the qualified electors. of the State of establish an uniform system of \l :

the feast of Saint Au of the Winter Haven Citrus Inspection 106,500 according to a report of : William Agin Vincent For One Member of the House ofRepresentatlvea Florida for ratification or rejection county and municipal govsrnment.which i 1
of the-State o Flor- In the general election to> be held onthe shall be applicable, except Incases T f i
Ctme. patron'sal .t of the city: Bureau of the state Department estimates Issued today by the Federal Alvares. first .Tuesday after the firstMonday where local nr special laws '' j '

Sid pariah and diocese. of Agriculture has estimated Bureau of Census at Washing In testimony whereof I hereunto Id'ol' Five County Comml..lon.r. In N.v.n.b.r. A. 1>. 19. for counties are provided by the } I! ,I ,rl
: of the .
Three County that Is te say, ber. .. he. legislature that may he Inconsistent i ;,
I..mb..r. 1
the Florida Citrus crop this ton. The rise was the second i subscribe my name and cause the 10' of to Article JO of the Constitution of therewith. The Legislature ohal by "' ", \' /, '." ;
season would be about 30,000,000 in In Testimony Whereof I the State of Florida to law '. j,
largest the state, exceeded only seal of the said town to be here- r.latn. general classify t "
MRSTOMASEliO DIES have hereunto set my hand homestead and .. towns according population, and \"
-Mrs. Peter Toraasello boxes. by Jacksonville. Tampa's 1930', unto affixed this the 8th day of and atf..a the Oreat Meal ditional Section tl.mpt. known aaHertlon ] shall by general llr. provided for J : <
I TAMPA nf of Florida atTallahassee 7" of said which' t d I
a i. i i population was 101,161.DEMOCRATIC August A.. D, 1934. ArU'le. their Intrpraton. to..rnment. JU. !
mother of
I n:, of Kisslmmee, Fla. the Capital I shall read aa follows! ; ''i "'
Tomawllo Jr.. speaker of STATE SOCIAUSTS MEET e W. E. MIDDLETON. Mayor. this the first day of August: Section 7. Them be exempt lieges under auon cla.lf"Ulon. Itl"

Peter nouse of representa- LAKE -WALES-Delegates from COMMITTEE I Attest- (SEAt) A. IX ...4. ed from all .hal other than and no special. or 101.1 10"01. )\ \ ,I.;
I I
the Florida A. QBATSecretary.ot for to porating cities or towns, providingfor J: '"to

I tJve died In a local hospital today several locals of the socialist party TALLAHASSEE T. Turn- CARL JOHN, City Clerk.810Ot97. State': every special a..m.nt.".. a family b.n.tl. a their government jurisdiction, f

I an operation Monda In- of Flo'rlda. were here Saturday bull, attorney for the State Rail. To Hon. W. J. Kpperson. Ih..rlf I, cltlaen of and resides. In the State of powers dutlea and privilege. shall )J
following ; | Bradford County, Clarke. Florida Florida, the homestead aa defined In b* p..t by the L.I.I.tur., "M.
I ,erlnent will be In the family cemI for their annual state convention road Commission and recently appointed 1.1.9t.II-I. Article 10 of the Constitution of June 8, 118. '
.
I at Bagdad. Santa Rosa County Andrew Lindgren of Jacksonville chairman of the campaign i.ii CIRCUIT ('0.'''.. 711 inronnCOVMTY --'; SALH the State nf Florida up to the valuation "
etery : Fl.tsmDAl 1V: I'MANCKHYM. HFRI"f. of how
I Fla. tomorrow. state chairman said the party committee of the State Demo- : Notice Is that under ever that 16,01)0.00 the title provided to said homestead 1 ,t

plans to nominate candidates for cratic Committee has announcedthe A. Smith as Liquidator for Bradford and by .r"l... tTt..certain writof buy be vested In such head A JOINT O'rJOLUTION 0 'I'
Bank execution the 10th. his lawful wife Joint .. t
County a corporation of a family or A
BELIEVES IN FLORIDA each of the state's five congressional membership of the committee Plalluttf.W.lt..j. day of May A. t). and Issued residing" upon such. homestead. or Am.nem.nt to At.tle. IX of the I

his seats and possibly for United 110II follows: Evans Halle of vs. out ot and under the hand .and seal In both. c'on.IHulol of ofI4'lnr. 'j
SARASOTA- Illustrating: .'!. al.' of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In In Taxation and Fi-
Taylor et. ,.. Approved M 27, 153 Jl. 1"lntv. "
belief in Florida, Dr. Fred Albee States senator. but socialist Gainesville L. Grady Burton of Defendants.CASK.HO. .ld for Bradford County Florida.on .) Known a. Section. 14 jot

has I candidates will not seek minor Wauchula Douglas R. Igou of Eus STBORI1KH that certain ju acquired .
noted orthopedic surgeon In the public rerotTTn of said NO. THREE]
OK III.ICATION,, H. ...
It
Resolved She
state offices. is Earle of Fort .
Smawley Myers .I.lat.r
approximately a half-mil Th. susie of Florida ford County Florida, wherein M. A.Smith A JOINT *>f the State *f,FlerMai .' &
worth of property at I T. W. Conley Jr.. of Okeechobee, I To Walter K. Taylor and his' wife aa Liquidator fur the Bradford Joint RF80I.\TION the t
A
)lion dollars County Hank a Is That the following amendment, to
Venice. The Florida Medical Center i STATE SCHOOL TO OPEN and E. Noble Calhoun of St. Au Charleston Luvenla. Taylor.West 501 Virginia.1 Donnelly 1st plaintiff and C. A. c"rporal.. .. Amendment of Article I XIX nf theConstitution Art,'.' IX of the Constitution of '

TALLAHASSEE-Floors were ant. the undersigned 1 levied upon of Florida Relating fcttat of Florlda to b* known
gustine. Take Notice that the plaintiff has
operated by Dr. Albee was opened : : to. Prohibition. Section 14 of aald be :
filed his bill nf complaint againstyou and will sell at : outcry In aa IX,
scrubbed and windows wash.
In Venice last ;year. Dr. Al being In the above entitled cause front of the South d the CourtHouse De It llei-elved t. the Legislature and the same Is hereby t'lr 'to

will arrive in Venice within ed at Florida State College for CAPONE HOME;: RAIDEDMIAMIThe seeking the forecloHiire of a mort- In Clarke '; d County.Florida : a, the State ef Flerldal and shall ice .ubmJt.t eleo
bee the .
tora of
at the
to the highest and best bidder
Women as preparations were made gag over the following" l remises inBradford That Article XIX nf the Constitution
a few week. at which time it la palatial Palm Island County. Florida tn-wltt i for cash, during the legal hoursof of the State of Florida, be, smdthe Oeneral Election to be held on the

expected a program will be an. for beginning of the college's 26th home of Al raided !HifiVk! of SKI* of Suction 19. TownshipA sale un Monday the let day otOctober same Is ',e.by, a".ld..d. so as flitit Tuesday. after. the tint Mon-
was In
Capone
A. I P. 1954. the following dAY November for ratification
.
annual session on Sept. 10. Regis. Houth Rang 22 :" .t. toc.Lh.rwith to read aa 1.lIow.: 114. '
nounced for the rehabilitation and last week by Department of Jus. the. tenements. heredltamanta. I.nd. lying and being In Bradford .,. or. l'eJ..tun, C. -
trar S. R. Doyle said he expected .n.tl" 1 "
,
further development of the property tice Dade and appurtenances thereto belongIng County, to-wltt M.utiocil4.P'or a period of fifteen "
agents County deputy
this An undivided 1-J Interest In that Section 1. The Board of County _
a twenty per cent Increase It I. Ordered that you and each year from the beginning of
most.of which is Improved. sheriffs and Miami police In search nf you are hereby required to appear certain piece of hind beginning at Commissioners nf each County In operation motion picture studloa
year In the freshman class which of who week to said bill nf complaint In UK Corner nf the MW>4 of NWVt and lhe 'Htate., not oftener than once Inevery and plants which shall be estnbllshed -
Brooklyn gangsters a
numbered approximately 500 last said cause on Monday October 1st run West 4117 ft. to flight of Wayof two years, upon the application l : In this StAte. on or after July ]
I held an armored truck In Hoad 13 thence. In' Northeasterly of one-fourth 1 of the registered I'
last : ago up 1934. otherwise the bill of complaint Htata IsO 1033. all land, build il
The total enrollment
I'I'
Chills year. direction. said Right nl voters nf any County, call :
Stop Brooklyn and escaped with $427* will be taken as confessed by along .hal logs and utlllaed in connection ,
year of 1,642 also will be Increased you. It 'Is further ordered that this Way 689 ft. to where said Right/ ofaIlto'NW' and provide for' an ...- the and all raw material 4.
th..r.wlh.
students in other classes MX) in cash: it was revealed here. notice be published once. each week Hast line of HE>4 County In which application. la made, the finished products *
by new
Officers said a thorough search.of for 4 conecutivewsks In Bradford of thence S. Sfl4 ft. lo decide whether. the sal of Intoxicating of surh studios and plants* as '

Fever Doyle said.KITTEN CountyTelegrnph/ a newspaper pub to In Section 82 lliiuors,: wines or beer well. an the finished. products or
and the house and grounds failed to llHhed In Bradford County Florida. Twp. 4 SoUth Range/ 1 East. shall be pronlbltod therein, the fllma, shall be exempt from all ad '

reveal anything. Witness my hand and the official Alsol I acres of .. more or less question to he determined hy a valorem taxation, except that nt ex*
TO HOSPITAL sal of said Court at Htarke, Brad Ivlug and being In WWW of 8K'4 of majority of those voting at the ..lec. amptlon, which shall become effeo

QUINCY-Mr. and Mrs. .7. H. ford County Florida this -12nd day Heo. 28 Twp. U South Range 22 K, tion called under this S.cU..n, whichelection live by virtue of this Amendment
Kid Your Sytt.m of Malarial LUMBER MILLS OPEN of August A. n. 1934. and bounded aa follows; bounded on shall be 'conducted In the shall extend beyond. the year 141. .I
Herring tell this story: Old Tabbyis A. J. THOMAS\ N. by lands of William Scott on the manner p..rlb.1 by law for hold The exemption herein. authorised "\

Shivering with cbflls one moment and the name of their house cat. Old TALLAHASSElSawduat! fires A. Clerk tit the Circuit Court. Houth by landa>01fC John I>arby, on Inir l.n.ral .. ... JI..ctlon. shall not apply to real estate 'ownv ,
of Florida.. Hast: by I lands ., on Westby under Section shall ed by such motion plotnra studios h'
Rradtordl'ounty
-
with fever the put-that', kitten! Some In Florida forests :
one has days are -
burning a glowing again
Tabby
(Official Seal) oJ f, l lands of SIark..an. above lund within sixty days from the time of and plants except the real estate occupied ".
of (be effect of Malaria. Unless checked ago the kitten sunning itself on of pine and cypress as lumber Knight/ *, Knight 98 yds. N. anil 8. and 110 yds. ,M. p..a..ntln.. .said. applll..ton. but If aa the location required to
the diieue will do serious harm to your Attorney for Plaintiff.SIIKRIFP' thereby house such motion picture atudloa '
the ledge of an upstairs window mills swing Into stride to supply
"AISOI'Lot take place within sixty dnya of
Malaria blood infection calls 1.1I.6t-II.U 4 of Blk 14 In Temple's any and planta ard other buildings Incl
health. a lost Its balance and fell to the the demands for building ma. \ Addition to Town of Htarke as per State or National election or pti.mary dental to the operation of such studio .

for two things. First, destroying the infection ground. The mothflr 'cat hoisted terials. The hissing of steam from man or Plat of aaidAdIitiont I ; Lot 7 It shall he held rI and plants together with such t
in the blood. SeceW, building !: SAI.H nf Blk.* and lot II nf Blk 17 as per days after aurh State or N.UonaT lands aa may be required for houa

up the blood to overcome the effects of the kitten by the nape of Its neck, boilers and the rasp of giant saws Notice Is h..r..byrlv..n'th.t. / under map or plat of Temple'sAddition. election or primary.Section Ing officers and employees, and for _ _

the disease and to fortify against further walked over to the nearby Gads- In Umber have called hundreds of and by virtue of that "certain\ writ Town of, Btsrke, Fla.I an undivided 1. The .Legislature, .h.1 warehouses laboratories' cuttingrooma. I _ _

and back to Out. of execution. bearing date the 10th. 44 Interest In Lots IS and 14 of Blk provide by general. or special ', projections} rooms, storage, _______________
attack. den County Hospital deposited men : steady payrolls.
day of May,. A. D. 194 and leaned lb ac per map 0. pl"t of 'eek's Ad. cal legislation laws to carry out and l I: trackage hoppln.. ,..UU. sets _ _

Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic supplies the kitten on the porch. How side the forests lumber yards and out of and under the hand and seal dition to Town of Htarke Flat and enforce the provision ot this, Article ] and -______________
both these effects. It contains tasteless ever Mr. and Mrs. Herring said contractors found Increasing business of the Clerk. of the Circuit ('nun In .n undivided ,Mi Interest In West. All lawa relating I to Intoxicating Approv.e.June 7, 1S3S. _ _
half nf Lot 4 of silk 16 In original
and for Bradford c liquors, wines and beer which were -
which !kills the Infection in the ,
quinine the kitten didn't need any medical aa the Federal Government's on that .. u..tl'or: record* Town of (Starke,14'la. All In In effect on December. 11, 191*. un NO. SEVEN tt'
blood and Iron which enriches and 1'0"01'1. Hectlon 2.-Twp. 8 Range 22Bast. lesa changed by the legislature by
attention-It landed on its feet and financing poured into construction In the publlo ot said Brad '"outh. A JOINT RESOLUTIONA
builds the blood. Chills and fever laws expressly .
eon stop up and you are restored to health was not Injured mite_ falL and renovation projects. ford Smith; .County aa Liquidator. Florida: for wherein the Brad M.: A*, Salt land. are to he sold to'a.U. currently I hm.i.(. rr.t Amendment Joint Resolution to Article Proposing VIII of theCofl.tittiofl an C1

.
fy Judgment and costa. shall as so changed become
ford County Bank a corporation, la
and comfort. For half a century Grave'sTutelesa of the State of Flor
W. Ji EPPERSON.Sheriff lye with this Article and
CROSS CHILDRENMAY Catfish become nervous and Irritable plaintiff and IS. l. Bla.s la defendant .t Ida Relative toVjtiesnnd coun.ties. .
Chill Tonic has been sure relief the underelsmed has 1 levied I of Bradford County Florida.5.31ItIu remain until thereafter Oh.n..d. "
T
for Miltria. It is just as useful too, as a HAVE WORMS at least six hours before an on and will sell at public outcry up In the legislature, The power of theIAII.I..t Is. He-wived k-> the legislature- frn. /_ _ _
tonic for old and Pleasant front of the South door of the Courthouse ur. to provide Y.c..ry
gmenl young. earthquake according to Investigations .( the Start .1 Pier Ida I t
Oil HLKCTIOV out and .
Viiefa fee .... ilnaiitii, ... am*. In Mtnrke. Hradford 10..1 carry
to take and absolutely banD..... Safe to upset County That the following Amendment to
/ of Japanese! scientists. ; : The of ArtIcle shall 1 Include the right to
ntmA
ftecfulnns, lots eI was .lain. .aafasai Florida to the highest and best bid.dee L.I.latu..e
!five children. Get a> bottle at any store. pta ee se..dwoe' for cash during the legal hoursof 192, under the (on..lloton 186.of provide for manufacture or aale Article VIII of the ConattuUot of '.t* _ _
Now two shRS-40c sad$1. The $1 .... .:.uw"r.: Rv'W': hae eefelrsa4 sale on Monday the .let. day of the State did pa. by private 1 Individuals firms and the cIties State and of 1lorida, be numbered to C

contains 2rfr tanas as much as the 50c fer .ses. nlkblv eQJOIIr'die. worms England Is making tests with A. !>. IM4V the following Eight Joint Resolutions proposIngamendments corporations or by the State or by Section 8 eount. ,Article VIII- be 'h _ _
..... 3orj.l ;: .. tn the Constitution of Countleav Cities or tat nd teneeV eteUceie eaK* CrasaVrmtfur a material into the. exhaust' systems belng.inrssrsdtordCounty
gives and to
we and SS% more the same hereby agreed
yon your _.-...... be dronlHe. ,. Florida,* tat-wlt, : the State of Flnrll., and the same or uy any /governments and shall II electors ,
1IIODe)'. j> DRUG STOKE: of automobiles to remove were agreed vote of three- commission or agency to be crealei be .ubmIU.d to the ,_ _ _
MITCHELLS NW of'NB of General
% Section 14 of the
Tp. fifths of all. the members for that purpose.
from fumes.
carbon monoxide the e Houth. Range SI rJast. of el.ete Election': to be held the first
N't tn each house; that the Section X. t'nlII.changed. by eleotlona on
_
_
NW14 of Hectlon U, Tp. 0 South said Joint war .nt.rd called under this Article, the Tuesday attar the Monday In 1

Carol Joy of Salinas. GaUL, Range 21 least: : ::j.tI IS acres In upon their n..olulon. I status nf all territory In the State November, A. D. *fII.t'o ratification _ _

found an abalone with a shell H. K. corner I lying. In a the yeas and nave .thereon, and of "lo.ld. a. to whether the sale. .I.I. or r.j.oln", t) '
square, and except 11 acres In N. K. they. did determine and direct. that le .", or be M.etlon legislature .h.1 _________
For RepairingSmith's twenty-nine Inches In circumference corner thereof'. rl'tll'.n.: a square. the said Joint Resolutions be solsOmitted the aame plohlbl.e .h..J SI have power to establish .1 _
Expert
and containing enough meatto SEt of Nwfe 4. Tp. 7 to the electors of the Stateat 111. v.IJ that at the OeneraElection l abolish a municipal' corporation J '
Couth' Ban;" 22 Bast 0 undivided the Election In November In 1194 nr at any time be known aa the City of Jacksonville .5C
feed a aml7.JIIOT..BI one-half I interest In" following ; U.n.ra within two years after this Article ."Iendln.t.rrlol'ly throughout ,t', '

lends U.lrlo.t N. UL corner of NWMof r THionKFOfm, .i, n. A. becomes. effective the Board of Dtivat _ _
or APPlICATION .FOK.. HBVi\ of Hectlon 24. In Tp. e H. Ii! ( Secretary. of the State of County Commissioners of any (Coun, County, In .the place of any or. all c
II TAX UKRnNOTICE IS VS.: and run West about 280 yards, Florida do "hereby give notice that a upon the application of! county, district municipal and localSnvernments. .
: Garage 18 lllSHKU: GIVEN. ThatO. thence Mouth 620 yards more or less. tlV KI.BUTIOW ry.per cant of the reglstersd vot boards bodies and of* _______________

W. Andrews, holder of Tax Certificate to public riitHV. thence Easterly OR'.I the County, call and firovld ... statutory 1 _ _
No. se leaned ats jJy..iJ along North sl<1.. of said. rosd about will be held In -inch county In for.. an election decide whetherthe legislative' executive Judl.lal. or _
September, A. ii. 1531 baa ( 10 yanls. thence North 620 yards. 11"1101. on Tuesday. next succeeding sal. be prohibited. In such admlnlHtratlve, and prescribe '
certificate. In mTodl". and made more or less to point of beginning Monday In November, A. I>. .b..1 election tn be otherwise the j.rl..dhtlon. pow.r. duties and C
Phone 120 application for. tax deed. to'' Issue being 24 acres I" East part of eat,4NWt 1934, the said Tuesday being the t'.unly. In Article 1 t.n.ton. municipal. corpor ,t'
tbereoa In accordance with law. !Said! nf KKVi\ and 4 acres In N. U. SIXTH DAY OF NOVEIF' provided. h.r. legislative, executive. Judicial ./4.
j joi certificate embracea the following part of 8vV<4 of SBV4 of 8ec. 24. Tp.M. for the ratification or rejection'of .t.B.rtlnn 4. This Article shall be* I { and administrative depart '
described property sItuated In 111''.... 5 K tl K.' A one-third: undivided the said l Joint Resolutions proposing ctime effective Immediately. upon nienta and Its boards, bodies and of. ,
Wrecker Service Day or Night ford County. Florida, to.wlti: North Interest In following. land*: Commencing amendments to the,Constitution. !< of its adoption and the repeal of Artl.cle fleers; to divide the territory In*
Talf[ of Southwest Quarter of South. at H. W, Corner. of land I Ih. mateof Florida, vlatNoToNB XVIII nf th.Amendments to theConstitution I eluded In such municipality Into ..ub.ordloate '

east Quarter of flection 2.. Township owned by' A. Z. )..dklneon Walnut of th. United States districts, and to- prescribe a ., _ _
C South. Mauve 28 Bast containing Street In Town of Clarke. Florida- of merlca. Just' and reasonable: system of lux
18 acres' more. or less. mo Houth H2 f.M>t along Walnut Approved May I. 133.s I ation for such, municipality and dietrlctei I '
: The Htr..., thence. KnHt 140 feet to Railroad A JOINT REIt0USTIONProposing I and to flu the liability of ,,,
.: ..Ttl1fcalf.r::: ; Avenue' rtsence North an Amendment to 'Article "
ider tba along such municipality and dlatrlota.'
$ Prices Reduced In the-name of Hannah Williams. laidRtallroal, Avenue H2tft feet to V of the Constitution nt Florida NO., porn Bonded I and other Indebtedness'ex. _ _
Unless said certificate hall be redeemed H. El. corner.of. J.nd..r estate of Relating to the Judiciary by Add. A JOINT :hlCSOLIJTION I"tlnl at the time of the establish
according to law. tax deed James T. Wills, thence West 360 feetto 'Ing Thereto an Additional Martian A Joint Reaolntlnn ProposlnsT I an of such municipality shall b*
will Issue thereon on the 6th. day of point of commencement. on Walnut -' to Re. Known aa Hertlon 46 Providing Amendment nf flection 10 of the enforceable only against propertytherefore
October, A. I). 114.Dated Street. East. half of Block 8 for the reduction nf the Declaration nf nights' of the Con* taxable therefor. Th. :r
ON ; this &th. day of September, Mouth of 1"Ait West and all I frac Number of Judicial' circuits of stltutlon of the State of Florlda legislature .h.l. from time tn (lm* ,l; I
A. V. 1934. tionaonth S Houth, Itange This Mists and Iteuulrlng the Re Relating to Or ami Juries, Informations determine nf said munlcijmlliy t
SEAL, A. J. THOMAS 3 West In NWVi of 8W% 'of Tern- .pporU.nm..nt of Much Circuits Presentments and Indictments Is a rural urea and a
Clerk of Circuit Court. plea Huhdlvlslon of Section 21. Tp. Isouth. th.Judges Thereof of Persona for (' homestead In such rural area, shalt"l,-

Bradford County, Klorlda Hanice 22 East: and ii acresIn He II llesolved .v tae legislature Crimea and Other) Felonies.pl.1, not be limited a* If In a city or _ _
Genuine Bayer AspirinTint '-7.at.It.II.Dt'cllM. N'i uf NJ!:',. of BW'i beginning of the Hla .. .107 feet Rnst: of N. W. corner of the following' Sentences nf the Court May Be .1''''.. all the powers of a municipalcorporation '
amendment
NR'4': of HWH and run thence Raet: .hat V nf the Constitution ol to Made and Entered In Term Time and ah.1 also be rev

Hit feet thence south SD7 feet, I this Htate relating to the nr In Vacation on Pleas of ngnlsed a. one of legal. political Mtdivisions
thence West 1040 feet. thence. North there Judiciary" tn and Dispensing OUltr If the State with the duties i'
1* degreee' EII..t to point of beginning bylln.I hereinafter to additional l.c. the..Ionl..t tif o ant obligations of a county and t ,___________
except 4>, acres off the Bastend set forth, n"c ) : -_ _ _
the same Is ( Jury Rxcept Upon shall b* entitled to all the powers,,
Of 12 Tablets !;:7;- thereof and which exception I Is I :shall bs submitted hereby to agreed the riuali.to of a Circuit Judge.He o1r right and prIYI...... Including rep-
.
rlttLTruLLI'JNOW ( of same width across entire east voters nf the State. of Florida I* Itesolved fcretlt r.earlxlalare resentstlon Slat Legisia.lure. '
BottU of 24 end thereof In Sec. 21. Tp. S H. H. t..1 ratification or rejection at the .( the Slat *f KlerltlalThat which woulr accrii to It If I'w.r. '
.
22 Ia..t Also IK feet east and west next a property of Du*
TabletsRemember by feet north ensuing general election, that the following amendment lo .
and south bounded val and of the ,
Is to say, that an a'ldltloaal Hectlon' Section County munlelp.lt..
5c on North by lands of estate of lOot the Declaration' nf In said county shall '
to be v..t
designated
as Section 46 ol Rights of
the Constitution
NOW Andrewa and of the
-a WIII.m which was A V of the Constitution of Htate of Florida. municipal corporation when estab* _ _
.td. relating.to Grand
tn said Andrews >>r W. It Ilia- be adapted to read tol. Juries llshed a* herein provided. The offires \ _ _
ae
"On. on Houth by Church Street 110.11., Informations presentmentsand of Cleric of the Circuit Court
(now Hogan/ Alley'West)' by lands ...to.wl.. Indictment of. persons for capital and Sheriff shAll not b. abolished ,, '

nf estate of John Clemone and Northhy C In 14 h Mr. M. same hereby agreed to, and the lime when, and the method by
I.nd. .wn..d fifteen circuits of the Stateof _
judicial shall be submitted to the ____
qualifiedsl.rtors
T. Day In of Mtarka Florida.Also __
Tow. to be appropriately dee which, elicIt offices shall b* filled I _ _
of
the Slat
one lot .""m.n"lnc at H. K. Flo.r. and hy I ratification of Florida for and the eompensatlon t* b. paid to _ _
of landa famb.r. ddln.1 or rejection, at the general -
"o. corner ab.ve d.a.tb.d. a LeaIslature such offlcar and may vest In them 's
running thence Kast 66 for that Ylnt accordance ;- I election to I)* held on the first additional powers and duties No 0 _
117 feet. West "7 feet South '2H with the amendmentl purpose Provided I Tuesday after the fr.t Monday In county office shall b* abolished orconsolidated -'C
feet. East 22 feet to N. a:. corner of that no Judicial' circuit aa defined November. A. D. with another office At
last ''above descrtOed pi". of land. by law hereunder shah embrace I "Hectlon for 10. Nn person shall he without making provision far 4JY
a capital crime unlese'on '
Houth to point of commencement. In less than fifty thousand Inh.bl.1 1.I.d performance of all State duties nt '
Town of Hlarke, and In Section II(. tant. according to the last preced p..nhn.nt.. In"l.tm.ot bf a .. h.r.af.. prescribed by law '1
Jury, and no shall be
Tp. 8 South Range 22 Also, person by such county of. 4
Ea.t. lug State or Federal census and
Sclectos !.aseDner' ; tried for any other felony unlesson '
lot
: one commencing at : cornerof provided further that no judicial fleer Nothing contained herein .hal
the lot last above described presentment or Indictment by a affect Section 10 of Article
run.
clreult existing at the time of ratification _
old/for less than nlng East to 'Temples Avenue, of this amendment be under grand oath jury filed or upon Information the (on.ltutlo. of the State l of 4r
them North 46 feet, thence West 60 .h..1 by the prosecuting ,, to such provisions
Gt Real BATfER Aspirin Not at Lo".c.Prk. :.* tn.HUtoryl lOc. Yep now can buy f..t. thence South to point of com .r."t.d.. .I.r.d...or .bol.h.d. this.,. attorney Information of time la filed court, wherein.the IS therein : relate to regulating the r'jurisdiction
except a
In duties
mencementr being of W4 and. of any elaaaof ,fr.j
NW" amendment for carrying the
So as to put the safety and quick too that doctors adsetion the tarne) size and qualityfor nf SectIon 2*. Tp. 4 22 Bast.Hectlon Into execution, nor shall any existing same tution otherwise, and provided except tn lr ,cases this Consti of Impeachment officers, to summoning and Im, '
of Genuine Aspirin vise it. for it DOES NOT: HARM Also a two-thirds undtvidad Inter. or State Attorney In panelling grand and petit juror
Bayer and In
In el.eal.ud. eases themilitia
eat of Wt4 of Section I *6, to assessing and collecting taxes
within HEART. And that idealists Si/Jbuf be I tenure of his of* when In active
the theprice THE long service In
reach of think.
"
everyone Tp. 8 8. East. for county purposes and to regulating
A".o flee until the of
you pay bu now been reduced. rate it among the fastest known safe .t S. W.J of IE'4 b..lnnlnl HW' commission held' expiration by him on the date any Jm. of war, or-which' the state, the tees and compensation of ,,

"educed so low that nobody need reliefs for pain. (See,Wuatr.tiona HavUUl and I Ian d to.bacco 1$, Tp. 8 S. R 12 E.t. this amendment la ratified. keep the In time consent of paces of Congreee Any personunder may county officers. No law .uthorl.ln.

ever again accept some other prep below.) thence east oej aald lb> It shall be the duty of the such Inforn4ivlon. the establishing or .b"l.bIRC' _ _
lor section 7.f feet thence Nortb no such municipal
only 5 p..nt.m.n'
a LegIslature at its next regular see. po.u.
aration or for .
in BAYER "
place of the real Indl.lr."t /
feet thence East SO feet thenceNorth don after the amendment shall have not ant this Section, ahall.
ASPIRIN that you've asked for. onaFLOP.deI S degree East to North line been ratified to pass suitable lawsto .n.."aplal.."J..r.l.n.d and may. operative or effective until asprnv
>&e Aspirin BBV $ last aforesaid, time or In vacation ed by a majority of the qualified .'
nf ,
now for tins of 12 tablets. Why Bayer carry this amendment Into effect, and the Judgment and sent
25c now for bottles of :24 tablets. Works fast tbs thence -t :West line of HK"4of and to make effective the .no* of the court on a plea of guilty elector. participating In an tl.etlot
go get, 'your MW<4 .. the pointof port Ion ment and reduction of : be made In held In .Id county bat eo
either
And the size 100 ; k-nglonlng. > and .l n.a" anC .I.re such municipal corporation exlstaunder
big. family' elel Circuits and Circuit time .
!
tablet : gist. .e more'or, less. that or Judgeof this Section the Legislaturemay I
bottles haw been = ':: i- a ree. IT circuit
: again reduced any court I authorised
<< ... triangular portion of / BBtt. h..b"on'.mplate.. or extend the law auth. '

; la price. These new low .....: ''a Mf.Ce,lias. of SectIon Township: 'sd "ire last Judge each.bal...1.1 one Circuit but to dispense with the summoning.empanslling. .m.ne cam without referendum _________
prtees are now ID effect throughout LUwia Oss are aforesaid wht K"llea Werl of tbeHtarke Clr..al ; and convening of the to the qualified voters unless :I'0'lb. _
additional Circuit Judicial
the D ;1 ......... Fie Je grand Jury at aNy term of court by legislative act providing for
: >
Unitedtate.. It luts the ::: and I.awteyfabllo & t1..ul may be provided for molting. entering and filing with such amendment or extension shall _ _
I
fold road and containing Section
by eald
: = I acres, mor* or l.ee, and 'o"P:;* 41 of Amended V of this the .I. of court written provide for such referendum
"
So-A rc ah'J.MELBA i1.b I directing t no grand Jur Approved May 16, 131.
to-
"y,1aer" ".ul.ly d.lrlb Constitution but number be summoned at term of cour
W.e.ftB ..t.r .11 of Circuit Judgea to anyone which' order' of :.Circuit r _ _ _
.. .ud. The votee cast In compliance with ,
road en North line of judicial circuit snail not exceed may b. rnad lit
Iubl. or
M* MCONM I T STOP WTOt acre where tae same croes Judge for I vacation said proposed amendment, and thecanvas Jl
"ri remember when ask for ane one CI."ul every fifty time of said ."U"'. Th. Legislatureshall /
you and
*, "
returnsthereof
thence W..t8U
public road run .. or major frae d..laralo.
Yerl A.pirin.t. these new low A Cenuhie Beyer Aspirin\ Tablet starts f..t to Northwest corner, of .all Hon .. I.b.bl"nt., amendment have to regulate power by the general number legis of "bl""t." toth. ;:

..n it s unae rry: DOW to accept t*daMtscnue and f> .. _II.. NWH of XE'4. thence, anath 717 shall have been put Into effect.Id 'alol jurors nerve nr eon. earn regulation 'l
t a* are provided by law for general
py otktr nrfBKrsOion in its place. ''Whet Hspcen* In ThesfCuaaiaMsppena tn center of saM roadthence on ) In Circuits having more' than : stlttit. a '' .uPn. fix the elections the State nf Florlda. \
Ilve te the point of- beginning. Judge 'r.n4J' .
In your. StliO5CIG1H' straight one the legislature may dee juror required to '
IN TESTIMONY
.ijo:::;nXerks..iritby'theinsnie 'AVER Ao irin Tablets Slat"T-img, Above last deaerlbed S prfeeeaof Ignate the place' of residence of : nambr.and return Indictment WllEltffrlr. T
to. have hereunto
.... alone ..irn, you Jbuy.but Hold"'st,701St:. Few Mawtas. / .. lands contain an aggregate of such additional Judge or ,Jld.... or affixed the set my> handa'.d
Oreat
pr..nLm.nt Seal
..I> ;,- .ay BAfci.rtAspirui: and. '!-L : e CGARStnetLS1NEVULU 714 wcree, or less. .Ar) The re-apportionment of ctr I .mendmfn'l a POTT l'I'.tlon( of the Stat of Florida at\ "
: Bald lands 'r.J to be sold to MtIsfy and Judges thereof hereby ;,
that _ _ _ la. tak* .f.et Tallahassee. the fspf al.wl L"iJ;
you get it.. _10 _t and ...t. ... for.shall become effectivealxtydaya 'midnight December' I. this the twenty-third d., (4

CANDY:: CO. HDWCHWOJ after the act providing' wl""ut the necessity. ,legisla. .e.r of July. A. I>. I :\ .
of BradflrJ C ntflorlda.. shall have I a. \ 1
for same become law .
AlWAYS_ : lAY "BAYB ......N.'NOW, WMPI YOU lilY ,9- ---""'-' .... ... 1 Bb.rlf-I.lt.t.I .p"pya.June .. 1232. Approved June, 7, lilt. I RA.OIY...nt of.State... 'I 111"'\"



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FLORIDAHIGtiLIGfTS. ;: u6YtNNfAF aQ/fQAd4 received 666vs.
r ... 1M ,,,_?, Word was here Wednesday -
of the death of John S. Phillips .
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:.ttJJf. :r.-... r.): :.... .'(.,.... :'.:.;::.:":'.:..:.....,:; :.o.........:';.'.'.:.,'..' ,::rTLOA'DAS ..'.'. ...:.< "' ..;j l'ti:: : .....::;.;. .. J J. Phillips of Lawtey. Funeral MALARL, I

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,, : ..... ,' ",: y'r\, ;,'.;..,;. :.. ..l."" ., "..... services for the deceased were held i

: .,," .J'.." f,1;:""i..I't'. .. .. I Thursday afternoon at the Theresa 606 Liquid or Tablet (Chwk M,,

W. M. S. .Circle Baptist Circle To 710T-EL T"OI2CJ.lICJENS ,cemetery: with. .;Masonic rites. rla In Three Days; Sure FN' ,
teal
b
Meetings Give Silver) Tea u", .. ---
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Mrs. C. L. Stockwell and Mrs. Circle Number Three of the Baptist MIAMu -

W. A. Bensant, Jr., were boatess- W. M.: U, will sponsor a silver it

ell Wednesday afternoon 'to Circle tea to be given next Friday afternoon f 1 r 11 Mrs Gertrude Godbey Kinlaw Florist
September', at the Wo- .
:.::t ,.::f. ,
No. One of the Woman's Mission man's Club, from three-thirty to .
ary Society .of the Methodist five-thirty o'clock. II"'''' ."..:; ...L. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Church. Mrs. T. J. Griffin, circle A special Is being, arranged aa
program > )llII
leader, presided over the meeting by the Circle Leader,-:Mrs.E ; ra,1 n N .D Il' Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers

and the' program touched on some ._ W. Hayes and her assistants,: Artistic Floral l Designs
S 'of the work of church
phases .our and the Circle wishes to extend a
t In Florida.. Mrs.-3. W. White told cordial invitation to aU \the ladies 1 1c TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere
t of the Jlfe aDd',labor. of theRev, ; of Starke to be present. Any Time

and Mr, R. H..Barnett. Mr. Bar- Member Florist t Telegraph Delivery Association,
nett ia the oldest; living member of dleton, and at the close of the 1' A Guaranteed and Bonded J3ervlce

I Uie. Florida Methodist Conference, meeting the hostesses served dainty : 311 CHURCH! ST. '
being elghty-tour1yearl of alf
Five year agd B.was superanuat- Mrs A. Wood was Hostess to Circle STARKE FLORIDA
ed and now lives In Lakeland,' The
TwA
Nth on Monday afternoon,
subject of Miss Amelia Ray's talk ;i T

the-meeting being opened by a fervent 41'-k-1r ,
Kingdom prayer led by Mr. Wood who
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In Tampa" especially In Ybor was a welcome visitor'at the meet
City and West Tampa in the Latin I
ing. The circle leader, Mrs. A. W:
A
A' settlement'I The. worship period Anderson, presided over a short YeA -.eOI/NO IONA
-TENDER
business session. Mrs: Wood was FOOD OP"GAfEAT NVTU\;

In charge of the program for the NVT IT/ .E YAIU4 CUT STRINGLESS
W. <3. Halle }
afternoon and Mrs. D
MidRITZ f,1 1 s'
trt
led to the worship and meditation '

period,- the, subject,betajr! 'Bea.ye \ FtOJB/DA BEANS OLEO
one another' burdena. 'd-190 fulfill I THE SECOND

y STARKE: FLORIDA the law.,of Chrtst /"'.. IAQGEST STATE I''

i ., Mrs* W. E. Middleton president ". i lt.: EAST OF TItlE 2 No '2 e""tN10 PerCana
PROGRAMBEGINNING ot.tiJe society, talked of,the coming \ w.,: 15 loC

f cone meeting, which'!' Is to be ..;;: ...... HEREEONQMVRU 57 Pound
._-., "..
V SEPT. 7TII. held at First Church id:.Jacksonville .T. ... .> Q
on September the 14th, at ,... MILES
FRIDAY, SEPT. 7TH !\\w
which\'time the local society will J
it "Crime Without be represented, a""delegation/1" .. .f"'f. . -r/-lE DOMESTIC AR51a

; 1"" Passion" call was made for- Octagon'soap .,. 7 .AT: rNEa 900 FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES
? coupons to be sent to the Orphan's .
*> Claude RainsMargoti1SATCRDAY Home at, Benson Springs, where HAS J3S!MORE N/T2/MENT 't1 S-r

r" they will be used to help purchasea THAN CHICKEN L' 1 D A IAND.8
f SEPT. 8TH"Straightaway" truck for the orphanage. At the "IMO.eE 28'6 MORE TNAN EEF 'b R BANANAS 4 LBS. 15c

+ close of, the meetingthe hostess TNNf.,1fV1TDN "

Tim McCoy served light refreshments ICEBERG LETTUCE, per" head___ lOc
Circle No. Two will meet In October 1 f -
SUN.-MON.. SEPT. 9th & 10th
Fresh String Beans pound lOc
'l( with Mrs O. L. Beasley. I ,
':The Cat's Paw" Miami, Florida, 'enjoys the distinctionof 'turned into an egg factory. A batteryof

I Harold Lloyd-Una Merkel Miss Patsy Brinson of Hugh" having HOTEL; FOR: CHICKENS I cages built of steel and chicken wire, Fresh TOMATOES Pound lOc

Grace Bradley was a visitor here Wednesday aft- It has'eytiiyjpo; &!ble'convenience including 4 tiers high occupies each room and each Fresh CARROTS Bunch 7'/2c'
/ chicken occupies 17 inches .
(NEWSREEL) a cage square. .
rk" I running 'water'Jtt ,every room and As the egg Is deposited on a' wire screen Fresh BEETS Bunch lOc

TITES.-WED.., SEPT.' 11 IUa: even an electi C lfli.'watter.} :The hotel 1 it'rolls gently into a trough. This systemis

'QO$. To _Their H Car'lnto' was started some nine ''years'ago and) said to have originated in. Denmarkand White Banana Eating APPLES Doz. 30c

F Last Yacht"Mary Drive Your originally was intended as a high-class is rapidly, spreading throughout the LEMONS Doz. 15c
of Our Roomy
ttj Boland-Polly Moran 1 A One Parking Places! and tourist hotel *bat >rhen the boom took South. Among other advantages it pro-

Ned Sparks L Settle Down for One French leave it remained only half fin motes egg production and health eliminates -, ONIONS 3 Pounds lOc I

By the Creator of of Oar Delicious ished. In 1932"the property was leased trap nesting insures sanitation and I

."FLYING .DOWN TO RIO"' I L dandwlchee and a and 800 white leghorn pullets were reduces feed costs and personnel in han- I QUAKER MAID-DELICIOUS, RICH

I Cooling Drink. moved into the hotel that was .to bf .dling.. '
1 TIIURS.-FRi., SEPT. 13 14 I
Warner Baxter In S f .j/ COCOArib.' 8c
0 can
"Such Women Are I Baptist Circles--Meet. !*< Starke Girls[ ..Leaving' STARKE LEADING INCOUfjTY _.
,
1
LOOPing
,PLACE The Three Circles of the Baptist Monday' For'College EAGLE BRAND CONDENSED ,
,;:1- Dangerous" "
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II IIr 11m. .
.,'- 'Near Seaboard1 Depot W man'l Missionary; union: met Misses- EveJyn,., and. 'Marjorie i (Con nued.FromPag._ lit MILK: '

: j Tuesday afternoon Instead of Mon- Stump, Miss fxJls':Adklns, Miss i his delivery.: blparkman.tosa- : Can, 19cFINEST

,,"'f' day, as ,was previously.,announced Lola Long andMiss, Mary Brown- ed five hit ball for the locals, but
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-C lee, will leave the first of next SHORTENING SCOCO .1 In. Ctn. 4 Ib. Ctn 8 Ib Cto
j \r < week for Tallahassee where they four mlsplays "on the part of his
Circle Number! One was 'enter-
; HOTEL LEAMINGTON tamed by Mr. W. A. Feeler atler will be'Students at Florida State mantes, three by Abbot, hurt him COMPOUND 9c 33c 63c
,
boine near Starke at. three- College for Women for the coming badly paving the way for the Day-

:, .;. "Miami's Most Popular lIotel"i. : t thirty o'clock, where gardenflow:; term.' light tallies.and Sparkman was free a bit SULTANA-SMOOTH. RICH PEANUT'
;, Miss Evelyn' Stump will enter wild again Issuing passages -

ers the adorned members'were the living seated.room where I her Junior year, and Miss Brownlee to cram the sacks to often BUTTER l 1-lb. jar 13c 2 lb. jar23c
:: came dangerous close throwing -
;
.. ( 1st treet I\t nllCa1nenoulevar" : her sophomore year at the college,
I1ME
Leader
H.
game.j
m "'IT \, ; '>i: : };.-. mot. Mrs E. C; Priest, Circle while Misses Marjorie Slump Lois away his own He struck
Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne 'BaY""" rt presided'durtngtll.'devotional,and: Adklna and Lots Long will enter as out six batsmen,while Bunch whiffed I

business meeting 'I and:" appointed I freshmen ..* seven. EIGHT O'CLOCK 'Mild, Sautos
Opposite Union Bus StationLowest Mrs. P, M..'Barefoot, an's mfa. R Miss Ellen \Wiggins of Keystone The leading hitters for' Starke M'h''d
A. Thomas on' the \lalting( ,'cont- Heights i and Miss Dorothy were Sparkman. with three out of [COFFEE 19c]

mittee for the month of September.Mrs. Swanbom of Lawtey will accompany four Jones, with two out of three '

i A. M. Darby.i p>.stdent of the the Starke girls to Tallahassee Abbot, with two. out of four and

Rates Ever Quotedj W, M. U. was a guest at thl.m..UD& where they will also' enter the Ritch, with two out of five. Con- '

'**""" and gave an interesting college as freshmen for the 1934- red Guntt hit safely three time. IONA -RED RIPE, FULL PACK UNIFORM QUALITY

report Of the Baptist Assembly at 80 term.. Hiss,Betty Mace of De- for the visitors, while Moley' and TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25cEXTRA'
; J Single!;Room ,with Bath.___________,..._....;....,.-___ $1.50 DeLand. Land, who win enter her sophomore Woodward each added a safe bunt.It '

(Double Room With Bath :.._.___.....f,; -_-_____-_ 2.00 ca\UJfo'u' year at the college will Join would be pleasing' sight'If ''TASTY;' -. SPECIALLY'' CUREDJ
During the isnd- Miss Brownlee,here for the trip to the fans would turn out In every CHEESE Pound 19c

ALFRED SIMONS_ Manager., wtches, cookies and teed Ua,was Tallahassee game as they did In this one.. It
m( ft 3 ,? served by Mr.,Feeler ,Assisted l by. would change the game here from QUAKER MAID-WITH TOMATO. SAUCE

fix, Mrs. J. H.Lord. *.;; Birthday Party.Honoring a mere pastime to a profitable and PORK & BEANS 16-Oz. .Can 5c

LET'S Circle'.Number'Two! wad:"entertained enjoyable profession "
,. home'-W. MrV Scott, FRESH CANNED!: -(Use Like Salmon).
.
a jthe Mrs. ,E 'M.
IKM: GO!' Thomas with+ Mrs. Thomae and. Mrs Fred A''.' Scott entertained iv THW rmn-iT COI-HT OP THETwev'rvsIxTH .MACKEREL '3 No, 1 Cans.: 25c
jrmriAi.
Mrs. F. F. Flume-as co-hdeteaaes.. Monday I evening in honor of her fl'lT Of THR STATE Of FI.OR-rm- RAJAH
Baskets of golden. rod formed husband, who had reached the sixtieth lltA. IV Ain FOR BRADFORD '
y SALAD 25c
DRESSING
f
COI'ITV. FLORID Pt.15c Qt.
atY the decorations for the.room "Where" milestone on life's Journey. NOTICE: TO CITIZEN, AND.
i y + e held. Vases and bowls of choice roses TAXPAVKHH[ '" IONA-LUSCIOUS YELLOW
a the meeting; was 4 CLLVG-IIAL\"E8
Bradford County florid,
;
8 r S; yC lan Mrs. L. G. Powell Circle'Leader and other autumn\ flowers added a Petitioner, PEACHES :No. 2/ Can 15c
r note.Gt color to the living room and v. -
presided during the 'devotionaland' The Plate nt Florid.
business session and various sun parlor where the guests were Rcupondant. ,TOILET SOAP Lux 3 Cakes 18c
seated. Conversation and gamespleasantly To the taxpayer. and cltlann ''Of
? activities of the circle was takenup Bradford '
t G' employed the time until County Florida and WHITE HOUSE .J"
and discussed and plan*'!made aU othcri whom It may concern, :
; the close of,the evening when Ton '
of you are hereby EVAP. MILK 17c
.rnhta.: 3 Tall Cans :
for'some.. A half-hour was devoted the hostess served a tempting Ice .. BradfnrJ'. mlor> ban beentiled '
to the study .course"1: r"The '* br County, Florid. '
course 'J ecklna1 to NUCOA .
valldat..an" confirm an 15c
Stewardship Of Influence' which The guests Included Dr. and Mrs. Issue. of Refunding Road Bond* of ', Per Pound < .
circle Is taking up.- $, "* Mid Counts In the um of f8 7,000 '" '" '''
the George H. Lowfy and daughter. to: te dated January 1 1034. of the 'A.tP BRAND .; : :
A welcome visitor at this meet 'Mr:' and Mrs. CarLA. denomination of 11000 each *"
Margajret. numbered .
GRAPE 27c
toI.i:; ; JUICE Pt:15c': Qt. :
from I4
Ing was Mrs. M. Co'Stith of 'Jack Incluatv ma-
I't" Knight, Mr.: and' Mrs. 'J. T, Quigley tnrlna. serially and In numerical order
sonville, who gayrf a btjef.but I Interesting Mr. and Mrs. W A. Scott, on January I of each of the year. QUAKER MAID-PURE DELICIOUS ,
report of the activities of Bobby CUatzau,'Mr and Mrs;,A.: J. 144 to Dee Incluolv. optional forretirement APPLE SAUCE lOc:
Interest No. 2 Can
on anr: payment
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the W.,, M. U. of the Brentwood
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Griff and J, F.,Klckllter. i Baptist'Cburch: In Jacksonville of 1 1MISSION and neml-annuAl IntereHt which Mr."Stith 'Is pastor1;:' ary 1 and July 0 at the rat of .1.l lper "
HALL'Tbe cent per annum "* The BREAD AND BUTTER'
During the social period Ugtat refreshments past two weeks InterestingBible I Hanover National Bank la Ih..t City
.
i'' t"p > R r,of was served by the hos of New York, New. York, more fully
., studies have been held with I described In said pcitltlon. and ti> be [PICKLES'jars' 31c
2r, 1sn% reepp4i tesses. Dv.Johnson 0(Penney Farm conducting i *w.d'und.r a.tlM>rltr of the Oonritutl -
N :Mrs C. A-. Knight was:hostess .n and law of.th8tat*< of .
1lA4 the study and W. A.< Scott I Florida Including. rhapter U77J of
to the members of-Circle Three at the other One notable feature the Art of the Lg-lilalur of Florida -
her home on Call Street;where an of the latter service being the fact lilt, pursuant to prcdlnaof DELl MONTE FRCITS FOB
Board of
th CommlMlonra I
e1 AK arrangement of,late summer flowers that every one present took some I of*raid County County, for the purpo.e' ofrefundlnr
4 p 'formed the the a Ilk- amount of outetandint SALAD 33cSKINNER'S
decoration-for part[ In- the service. which was crayon and Unpaid bonded Ind.ht.dmn -- 2No.2cans "
lower floor of this lovely home.Mrs.K. -
illustrated.. I of said County for th* payment .
W. Hayes, leader, con- The subject: this week was !"The of which the. credit; of eald DELICIOUS
County has heen plediced. and that RAISIN
Ducted the devotional and businessting'cod Two Gardens" and if one has faUed 1 aid petition filed In this Court as
BIG the topic for the aft- to study the significance of these .for*.*l
i hil'4 ,ernoon's .tudy.wu" "Pioneer Bap two I th.-'Iarden of Eden and the. the Honorable Court Home Juda-In of Stnrlce.Mid Court Florida In, BRAN Per Pkg. HeIONA I
tists In Europe." garden of Gethacmane as they... on the 15th day of flept. 114. at ten .
o'clock A. M-, and and each of
c Mlas Ethel Moore read the first you
related and connected they have -
you ar hereby: notified and required I
chapter of the Book. "Our Lord missed a gte,t"blessing. to appeeir- at the time and placeae.aforesaid FLOUR: PLAIN OR SELFRLSING6ib4s.
And Our." which the Circle''' Is t'to show CJLUM. If any '
; "Two Ways to Die" will be discussed
: :you hay* or If any th.r. be whvaid' ; 12-ibs. 24lbs.I I 48lbs.30c .
n taking .. .
up. at the next meeting and the RvfundlnaRoad' bond. should
is. ,. PLUS, A BIG S, Plans were completed for a clasa Is requested to read the;8th not b* validated and-confirmed-
ooiiformlty the
with eat forth
: pray.r
'& '" Screen FeatIJre I lilver tea to be given Friday after- Chapter of John's' gospel and bring In Bald, petition and pnrvuant to the 55c 99c $1.89 I

3 DAYS f 'l DOOD,.Sflpt.,. 14 at the Woman's Bibles -, can law* made of the and State of Florida. In such .

PALACE 1 Club. Building front three-thirty to ''The Mission, 'is open to all and a IV-WITNESS: WHEREOF.'I hat .
Fri.-Sat'Sun. "...thirty p. m. "-.J' rest from the cares of the day will hereunto' vet my.i, hand and affixedthe I irx, "

THEATRE t ,. Miss\ _Ethel Moore Invited the be found there each Tuesday/ eve r.o"rt'; at oee.1(&Stark of the. Florida above.this entitled PkS 9c

;: Sept. 79 JACKSONVILLE, Circle to meet with her at her ning. aNearly a day of Ar -pt J. THOMAS.,.183'. '.' ; ?9i$ !..
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home
for the October meeting. Clerk o' tic Circuit Court u
.At the close of the meeting hire three-fourth.of tie rail of. the Twenty-elxth JudleUl ,- : .. c ..
Circuit' of the 8tat of
Knight served a'delicious sweet ,ways In Argentina. are... now British. Florida* In and for Bradford i THE,GREAT-ATLANTIC & PACIFIC-TEA COMPAN
Courseto, the. gnestav, .'.,,+ 1 1I controlle.d: :y; ,',... :t .. .: .: A' .t'llunty. ".. .,..". '" ... .'. ,- .,, ," ." .. -
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,-'MEPTEMBKIt. _____ '1. IOS" BRADFORD COTJNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACK FIVE S } f s

ID' fgjD ----- .- -_ _______ c.. .-...,...--------- _._--_. --- ----.- ... -. -. -- .. .. '. ,

Mrs. R. i\.' Jones and little Miss Paul Knight;; and Jack Murrayleft ; I SINGERS TO MEET Clarence Buddlngton Kelland. ,'"" ''f.H! ': ,I

Myrtle !Mae Surrency of Tunpo: NAT SEZ: L1 : Friday for New York City The Bradford County Singing It Is reported that Lloyd baa .)li,,1 ;K I
in Starke
were Saturday afternoon where they will enjoy a two weeksv.aca.tlon '
11
meet at Corinth
Convention will somewhat changed hla- of
visiting Mr.. and Mrs. P. M Barefoot ; style ,
before to the
Bits of I make It a returning/
point
never to ask Baptist Church Sunday Sept. 9 at In this I, :
comedy new film. 'tie now t. \
a kid If he's glad school Is University of Florida, where they Ev- '
going :10,OO o'clock in the morning. ;
both students < depends 'more'on story, situation r' !' :,t.1 '
to 4ro
because
I
open figure he'll learnto ryone< U characterization, anl. .
Miss Kate Struth has been serl- lie soon en- ;maKo\the: Hinging a success. VisItoritjuce. dialogue ; '"I .\ '
rather than on the fast-running r Pi j .4:
local oualy ill for the past several days ough when be, Mrs. W. G. Halle and son Jack ; urged to( bring wellfilled /gag sequences, used heretofore. : j, ,,.1}I rq 1
at the Struth cottage at King ley starts going out ?tv returned Saturday evening from a baskets. has .
The change, however not resulted :'
nth* Lake with a severe case of dengue with 'some of visit wiUi relatives In Rutledge .-. ..-. i.. In of the I.'IiI \ \;I
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS: AND fever our local fisher a diminishing "j ,
and Atlanta Ga. They were ac-
Ritz Celebrating laughter qualities of his picture, .t"I 1
;
OF THE COUNTY AND men. But any, Mr.and Mm.
PROGRESS TOWN companied by C. P. '
but the results are obtained in a ,I .
,1
I IL Irs 'We too have decided: the Brlndly way this it opened wealdwhether Curtis and son Maack, who rep .'' Paramount, 'Week more legitimate way........... .' m.1! ': I''V, '
Si mained\ here until Sunday afternoon ; l'' '
-
Plow the best. Gaaett's Hardware '' the .
when they returned to their
: Jf
I Co. The Rita Theatre. Is celebrating /
L-- kids like It or 666
home in Winter Haven
i9!! Jones of Lawtey wasvisitor Miss Dorotby' Turner has returned .r not, and It suits Paramount Week by: bringing two f, ., r J'>
: here Wednesday. home' from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner and me all right because hits to the local screen. Sundayand l.l....... T.fcl..., Calve. *-. n J
I relatives I In. Live Oak. children of Penney Farms, spent I ,know I : Mrs. Edith Murrhee and daughter Monday "Down To Their Last Check Malaria' .In Three Days .1 'r'1' I:I '.1

the week-end here with Mrs. Tur moat of them MissAlma, have returned Yacht" with Mary BolanJ Polly Colds First Day. : i iJo'ine

R. :M sparkman of.Jacksonjjljte' .., v" ner's parents. ; Mr. and Mrs.., F. B. I will start wearing aho s again. home after a." delightful visit: in Moran, Ned Sparks Sidney Fox H.nil.."|..or NmrnlBU!.aft Minute i \ t, i
was a visitor here Tuesday. 'Mrs..A, F. Sauls and Mrs. L. D. Johns. It's a kid 'doeBn'ti Jacksonville With.. Mrs Murrheo'atwo and Sidney Blackmer will be Laxative and Tonie \ ';
thing a
ne Green and dau"bterEUse: spent -a"'-..._. .. i know how good much he has to lea$ In brothers. Col.,rercy'L:,Thom shown. This picture, a musical Mo.t eae.dr: ........., K....... \4+. J ll\1:'j '( : '1 I

Col., H. V. Knight attended Friday in Jacksonville. : Judge and Mrs.. J. R, Kelly of I this world 'or .he might Just lay as and W.'J. Thomas Tbey also' phantasy, ts a satire on vanished ;. ; ;..

In Galneavllle Tuesday.. 0 Madison were' week-end guests'of i right down ''ana quit Some of It visited-.Mrs, Murrhee's cousin, W. wealth. ;, J" '
court Mr. and Stansbury Mrs: Kelly's' brother-in-law and slater :he can get 1 lA' the school, room, R."Thomas' son,.of the: late L" F. As an exotlo queen of a tropicalIsle BROWN .\. '+ \'
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt, spent State's Attorney and Mrs A.' Thomfa of the Beulah section In '+; :f :
10 Claude Alvarez, of and some ha can't For Instance: Mary Boland has what la rat. Y ii ':
;
visited friends here. this week. Saturday in Jacksonville. S. Crews. the teacher, (tin: tell hinV$'that Clay, County; :> i'..MIwtllpe ed aa the richest comedy role of PHARMACY i

-- Florida Is .bounded,. %., he':north ,,, ,II: her screen career She Is the tempestuous ; "r j
'
W Mosley of Middleburg, was Miss Patricia Lamb spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley returned by Georgia and Alabama and 'on ., ,a QTI.' ..Q'...,,1''( ; tyrant of a fanciful realm 1
O business visitor here Tuesday. week-end with Mr., and Mrs. Rob- the first of the week from the south by Bacardi rum;but he ....'. ....- """"""! and I It. Is her custom to marry at Invitee you to another ;1i '\
ert Baker In Jacksonville. a vacation apent in Hendersonville has to come to Professor Stern- ; out.ct.tmwn on my vacation -:least one man from every boat that 1CK CREAM SALE I ; ?; .1 i ')'

Mrs J. O*.Godwin*of the\ State and other places in North berg to learn_ that Peter: .shoos until after the..city: .election toucbellher\, shores, then disposing: We Will sell two cones, t//.' .; I $
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Mott and on September 11. Although I will
Carolina. of eacb'OIIe In barbaric
the a ) manner.
was a visitor her9.Londay. wear twice a* long aa some of dishes and pinto. at the Jjf '1111', f.-
Farm Mrs A. Brooker .. 'able\ to solicit
E. ,McKinney of al-' no '** your Tote Tuesday and Wednesday the '
I ,cheaper makes' that you pay price'of' ONE' otl 'i I 'ji.' :,
H. Hill of Lawtey was attending were visitors here Saturday. Mrs W. B. Mundy Jr., and Miss most as much for. personally. I am a candidate for Rita will show Harold Lloyd's first :\" ,', '
Louis SATURDAY (i'ii "d
to business here ,Tuesday.T Dorothy Sapp, spent the weekendIn city sldertpan, and,will appreciateyour picture In two year. It la "The SEPTEMBER ", .':,
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; Mrs.. B. C. Holzendorf and son, Galneavllle visiting their aunt And let you\ "'this-John': support. Cat's Paw'' from the popular, Saturday 8TII.ltS:1'. :I;

B. Plnbols'er.of. BrOoket; B. C. Jr.. have returned from a Mrs F. A. Moore, and Mrs. Thel- ny will be ably Jeu pass my eijam- O. L. BEASLEY Evening/ Post story by .f J'r I t

was a visitor here Saturday after visit with, relatives in .Jasper. ma Steele. (nation In practical economics If 1 atj \ 'i

he memorizes the following lesson
noon. Arthur Marwick of Camp Im- Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley have for, this week:', tj

,Col\ W. B. Cone of' Macclennywas mokalee Keystone Heights, was a gone to Goose Creek; Texas'for a SUGAR

/ a professional visitor to Starke visitor. here Wednesday afternoon. i visit with Mr. Bcasley'B son and I'ETtlt'SSCHOOL "

Tuesday. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A SHOES TIP TOD _,
Mr. and ,Charles F. Ward E. Beasley. 5. Lbs. 25c

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Downing and and Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow, .. ,$1.49 ? 4
were visitors to Gainesville Tues- Mrs. Earl Middleton of Jack.
Harry, spent Sunday in "
little son;
Jacksonville.Mr. day. sonville, was here the first of the WHOLE GRAIN z
*
week visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. PRINTS GROCERY *
Gainesville .
and Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins\ Mrs Jack Bell Middleton at their home on Madi- DRESSES
FOR SCHOOL
the week-end here with her RICE
Brooker visitors spent non Street. I II
and son, of were
here Tuesday.Mr. parents, Mr, and Mrs W. M. Ed- 15c and 20c STARKE. FLORIDA
wards.. Mr. and Mrs Charles Arrendall '
5 Lb. 22c
and Mrs. C. A. Addison, of St. Augustine, are guests this Friday and Saturday Sept. 7th and 8th 1"t r>? ,' ,
Labor Day in Lake Butler Mrs. J.c. Downing and little week of Mra. Arrendall's brother, HOY'S>
spent '
son. Harry; have returned from a and law and Mrs OI .
with relatives.R. sister-f! Dr.. SHIRTS49c FANCY SLICED WISCONSINCHEESE
months visit with relatives at Vero *. Haynes. I .

G. Kldd returned Sunday Beach." and 79cDRESSES I PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 15c ,
1
from a visit' with relatives In Mrs R. E. Tanner and son Edward ?
FANCY 'TABLE LIBBY'S KOSEDALK
Mra. William Norris returned .
their homein
have returned to
Richmond, Va.
Tuesday from Ocala, where she Baldwin after a two weeks visIt PEACHES No. 2'/2 Can 17c ti

visited her daughter, Mrs J.' C. her with her mother, Mrs. Pound 20c
.
T. W. Markey,,. of Brooker, was AGE 2 TO 1679cand98c DALVESo-UBOV'S ROHEDALR '
Hill man. LARGE ,
Laura Powell.
attending afternoon.Mrs. to business. here Wednesday I [ BARTLETTE PEARS No. 2'/ Can 19c '

There Is difference, In Hardware Mra. Anna Alvarez. Mrs. James -

:J. Hamilton Ritch, Jr., of -Quality good. at reasonable Warren and Mrs James Jennings, NEW FALL DRESSES. COATS NORTHFIELD, "%' t MACARONI I "

Gainesville was .in Starke Monday prices. Gaa ett.. Hardware. of Jacksonville, are spending two AND HATS a 'e.In-Com* lu and M.. .We; 3 Tall 1 '

visiting friends. weeks at the Kelly cottage. at have a peep.IT Package" .. 5c
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- KIngsley Lake. PAYS TO BUY AT-' MARYLAND CHIEFSPINACH +a ,

Land will spend this week-end in No. 2 Can .lOc
Mrs. :J. Downing and Mra. W. ; __
Starke with, Mr and Mrs H. L. Mrs. VIvlrette Klckllter andchildren STERNBERG'SStarke. Crystal I Wedding '
to Jacksonville
M. Wimberly were visitors .
Tuesday.. Brownlee.Dr. Jimmy and Martha; who EARLY .lUNE-8IL\'ER RIVER ..
have been here visiting/ J. F. Kick- Florida Can lOc
PEAS Large
Mr. and Mrs.. R. E. Hazen of George McLendon.of Wau- liter and friends, returned to Jack ,' OATS A _
chula, was a.guest' last week of sonville last
Friday. and Ir..
Brooker were visitors here Wednesday Dr.. H. M. Hoffman ) LA TOUKAINK, .
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, at
,T afternoon. '* "'Lake. and Margaret Thomas and little daughter COFFEE* A Real Value Lb. 25c Large Pkg. _25c
1 *f* Kingsley .lit.j J. Mr.;and M.rs.lT.'F.Landrum ; Suegene'HlrTamp C are enjdy-- *. ? v4.

S. Mr, and Mrs.. J. t?. Lynn and little daughter"Idell, have returned ing a visit here with Mrs Thomas
Mrs. Walter Alvarez of Jacksonville from a visit at,Inverness with
baby spent the week-end with relatives uncle 'and aunt; Mr.-'and Mrs. 'J.
baa been a recent guest of( Mr. Landrum's parents, Mr, and -
at Lake City. W. Morgan. DAISY SELF-RISING 6 LBS. 12 LBS. LBS. ,
,24
her sisters' Mrs. F.. B. r(Johns and Mrs. J.. A. Landrum. u,' i ,
Mrs: W. H, Green. I
. Charles Fender has returned ., Mrs. James A. Lewis, Miss Mel-
.
Mrs. '0. J. Griffin baa returnedto
from a months visit with",.relativesIn ba Silcox, and Vernon Sllcox' left '
Mra. T. Jv Griffin Mrs. Tbelma her home In' St. Augustine after
Kokomo, Indiana. Johns, MIss Gloria Johns and Tom a several weeks visit here with Saturday by motor for Asheville, FLOUR 27c 50c"C '

my Ritcb returned home Monday I her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. North Carolina and Washington, _
Miss Aline Fraser, of Macclenny ten
from Balsam N.C.: .and Mrs. E. L. Biggs.I D. C., where they will enjoy a ,
waa/ visiting friends In Starke days vacation trip.. *

Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.Moore of Gainesville .I Col. and Mrs.' H. V.. Knight and > -- p

-- spent Labor Day In Starke with daughter Merry Beth, and Mrs. Ennis and MAPESTOMATOES I,4
H. Mr.; and Mrs. Gary
P.
Calney A. L. Green andE.
T, Stewart ,>of Brooker, were. her brother-in-law and sister, :Mr. A. A Simmons, and daughter, little son Gary Morgan, have returned COCONUT Bakers Pkj. 5c ;

visitors here Monday; and Mis. J. B. Sapp. Mary Catherine, were visitors to to their' home in Miami ,

Jacksonville Saturday. Beach, after .visit here with MrEnnls's '

Glen G. Searing la spending this Miss Carlle Mae Reynolds returned uncle and aunt, Mr. and PRUNES Bulk 2 Pounds 15c' 2 Cans 15c r
week in Tallahassee where be la Tuesday to her home In O. C.. Register spent the week- Mrs.,J.,W. Morgan.: ,
.
Wildwood after a visit. hero with end in Gainesville and was accompanIed CHARMER
.r
attending to business -
Miss Myrtle] Reddish back to Starke, by Mrs. PEACHES, Bulk Pound 14c
Register who had spent, the, past Mrs: A. V Long, of Pensacola, COFFEE
Just received a big shipment :Mrs. Wintani T.Brrnaon of Valdosta week there with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F, A. Canova and lit ,
'
BEANS Pound 6c
NORTHERN
ware.Crockery Ware. Gassett's Hard- bas been enjoying a visit _n u_._ _. tle daughter, Mary Anne, ,of of' Pound '18MATCHES< '

here with her grandparents, Mr. Mrt. E. HIgginbotham. Wes Ha- Gainesville, were guests Sunday

and Mrs.F. B. Johns. eel Higginbotham and Miss Mar. Mrs. S, E. Brownlee and Mr. and' ,NAVY BEANS Pound 6c

garet Millls of Jacksonville are Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.. ,..

GENT WORD Mr. and Mrs. N. T._ Green and enjoying a stay at the Robinson '

children spent Sunday at Highland cottage at Klngsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. nutfi I* Brownlee, COCOA MothersBreak.1 1 Lb Pk.12c 3 Boxes L ,**.b.1Oc. "

with Mrs. 'Green's mother Jr. and little son, Louie,,who havebeen ,.. L
COLUMNLIVESTOCK 2 15c
Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Mr. Comer Key, of residing here for sometime Packages :...

I Sklppervllle Alabama are guestsof with Mrs. Brownlee's parents, Mr, DELICIOUS l}
: Mrs. C.'C. Hoppe and little son, Mra. Key's brother and slsterInlaw and Mrs. M. Levlton, are, now residing -

AUCTION I Jimmy,cf Tampa: are herefor, a Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett. In New Orleans,! La. PORK) & BEAN! : Market
two: weeks visit with her sister, at their home on Cherry' Street. : Jip; Top
:Mrs. J. IL IWch;'Misses Harriet ;
Ktncald.
: iO'a.m. Mrs. Jeanette Large Can 5c;| s
Monday Sept. 10th Misses Edna and Carrie; Hutto, and Dorothy Rltcb, Miss Lois Long j.V*.

A.and.!.....lee....kra boram. of ..and.. y.lie...*.<....!.*.f Stanley' Bennett-- Is enjoying a who are enjoying/ a two months and Mrs.B. S. Carroll, of Jacksonville BLUE PLATE ,'"' PATTIES Each -.:;...-+oJ _..- .- ;'...... -:;: e.' ;I

Jtrmrr ... Om.rmr _lIelll ..... visit In Jacksonville with his visit In the North with relatives returned Thursday from a .
Carlton Live StockExchange jrother-in-law and sister, Mr. and have' been enjoying a visit In visit with relatives In Chicago and Salad Dressing "i AKFAST BACON, Pound _.,.+..:......_ 29c ,

Mrs. Randolph Boree. Washington D.,C., with friends.: while there also attended the Cen- or Relish RIB' -IJRISKET STEW, 2 'I'ounda..- ; i' "..:230

Fd."wiMi4 AT*. mm* ...... Clef RM4.Halt tury. of Progress.Exposition. Quart Jar 25c| ;
Addrer sew Oak St. Mr. and Mrs Edward Burns and Mrs. E. W Harris and son; John I ---.t Swift's. Premium ,HAM.! ,Center.Cuts, jjhIJOJWD eat
......_...11.. F''.. : Elizabeth Craig have ny of Jacksonville are guests this. Levy CatiovY'of'Canova's\ Pharmacy \ <

FoR SALE-Good farm mule $40. niece returned Miss from a visit with* rela- week of Mrs. narr; l' brotherIn.l .( .Is enjoying a vacation which Relish Spread K\\ STEAKS Pound...:..-A jtAMB t M ,
law l and sister, Mr. and Mrs E. H. be Is spending at,the Canova cot- FOR SANDWICHES J '
W. p.. Boulware. Starke, FJ*. tlmes in Dallas. Texas. i !
home Call Street. at' Klngfley Lake. During SHOULDER ROAST' Pound ,__, :iLC14e'Pt. :
Up Smith at their on tage Jar _...... 17c: *
-y t" ,
of Plant City spent hla absence his brother, John J. ; >> f".
Gene Turner PORK CHOPS
;
Pound.r; ..
COMPETENT_Bee-Ciilcken and the week-end here with his,mother. Every lady In Bradford County Canova, of Gainesville is. Jn, chargeof : ryes, r- .

Capon man has. J. 1-2 ton truck. Mrs. J. O. Turner, at the Tur- should look 'over our Crockery the drug store. SALT lr'RESH! .HAMBURGER.,, Pound _/JSMAXWEIJU '! lk
20 .
awes land, 5 acres cleared. ner home on Cherry Street. Dept. Gassetfs Hardware Co. _
some ,'M. C. stith, and lOil ''
capital. Desires to associate Rev. and Mrs 3 Pkg.. _. _
with capital or resident farmer i to Mr. and Mra. Johnny'' Balsden Mr. and Mrs F.A. Canova and sons, of Jacksonville. where Rev. .

or near Lawtey :-* v'JWhat: have and son. 3Ufph. .of Lake CIty little daughter Mary Anne, of Stith ,Is pastor of tho Brentwood HOUSECOFFEE : t'Jrl S j HTOHEUCVS$ t N 'I cN. i' I

you?". Address, Box' SOS, Telegraph. spent Sunday here with Mr. Bals- Gainesville were at Kmgsley Lake Baptist Church 'who have been Pounds 30c {| SAUER KRAUT 2 iC
Canova's vacation at Washing
r 2tp den's father, W W. Balsden. Sunday visiting Mr. enjoying a
FOR mother, .Mrs. E. E, Canova. and ton. D. C., are.guests this. week of 'LIBBV8 i UBBV'S k
yellow SALE-Sound, sorted co__- Miss Sylvia Sablow baa .return- family Mrs. Stitb'a pa4'entaMe. .and,Mrs CORNED ICDI BEEF HASHCan; largeciul 1 iie "

8<*. F. T.(1.00 Patter per bushel,' white, ed to her home"In Jacksonville aft- IL,, L., Brownlee.. CORNED BEEF, 4'
v Starke.; Htp 'er a visit at Klngsley' Lake the Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Priest of
of and Mrs, E..D. Tenly, of
week-end Mr.
guests
CALLING Jacobs Bronson were
CARDS,' any size, guest of :Mis.Miriam *
$1.00 for 50; $1.80 for 100. Monogrammed Mrs Priest's uncle: and aunt.State's Gainesville are:announcing the FANCY ITS AND \:

stationery.: '100 sheets :Mrs..H., V Knight and children Attorney and Mrs. A.. S. birth of a dauSbter.Joan Ray, op VEGETABLESfr. J

and 100 envelopes,"*?,75. Bradford and Mrs. A. A. j3lmmons:; and Crews at their home on Walnut Saturday, September :2. at the
County were Street. Alachua: County,,,;Hospital. Mrs. _
Telegraph. Phone 29. tf. daughter Mary Catherine "
visitors to Galnesvqie, Sunday.Mr. Tenly will be pleasantly remembered Avocado Pears, 'WJK 5c: No.:,1,Irish Potatoes, 101b..17c
OFFICE SUPPLIES: ,Typewriter .- Rev Bob Evans, :Mrs. Calvin here as Mine Louise Walters Lemons large s
juicy 15c
Texas Yellow
vox. Onion 3 IbL l2c
ribbons adding machine ribbons and Mrs. J.M,Brownlee and Johns Misses Helen Mersereau, I daughter of C. IL Walters of ;

adding Carbon paper typewriter paper. family, who have spent the past Doris and Fannie SUcox spent I.Starke.. Lettuce, large hems.9c Bell Peppers, eac $t -;:;: plc"

'neets on machine sale "f paper the. ,Bradford second month returned at their home KiD sley last Lake week.cottage Monday Missionary In Tampa Alliance attending, at Temple the' I Mrs. P. Of. Carpenter accompanIed Limes, Fla. Key, Doz. __ 7c Tender: Squash, Lb: -.l; 5e

29.county Telegraph, office.) .: Phone ,: Terrace. by her sister. Miss Eva Powell Good Cooking Apple 3 lbs .t c Tender Beans, Lb.' ..'.'" _lfc;: "
tor her
WANTED tt. Friends here to of know Mrs. L.that A.she Wynn Is Mrs Anne McGee and daughters -i orne,of Cocoa in ,Newton left,,Tuesday North Carolina Bananas, Golden Ripe 4 lbs 15c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs.. _.... _lOc
!: will be glad I
rf
TO rur,Pine and at Misses Clara Lettle and Marie after a. several! .week. visit herewith Colorado Cantaloupes 12c: Cauliflower
hardwood ,from an operation I ea. Lb. .I5c
eta:'Iteg: timber suit- recovering: their home her mother, Mr.,Laura Powell *. *ut*.. ..,.
able ands left Tuesday for ,
for veneer *,)ell:*. spot cash It now convalescing: at the home In Stuart 'after a two weeks I ..."!""'........- ,

r. 't.utlCUlan in PI'ko\1 a:\r-ty'W.rlnjf'ricJi. .Give address.full of her _. -m-IaW and. Duncan daughter In law here and with sister Mrs. McGee'a Mr: snit brother-In-Mrs O A.j J,:with ell will her enjoy brother-in-law.a;two week and sister visit,!I California Grapes,'Lb. _..;i__lOc Fresh Coconuts, ei*:::: 4'"F... 'S :

and Mrs. .T. E .
Bell In;; P. 0.'803 156, yfr. relative Mr. a .. Carpenter
1IV1D" aa\JWllVWe.\ .. .,.. Andrea and other cI..K. :
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,:t !: BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH 8TAKKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY SEPTEgBY ......
o: 7CIGINGE
J
from the shelling the oil tradeIs CONSUMERS SHOULD marketing does not seem to have --
Hints To HousewivesWeekly planned.Supplementing. NOT' BE STAMPEDED been Increased more than enoughto 11'l SCIIEDt.LE

1 the production, BY FOOD SITUATION cover Increased wages and processing No. 1-Due Southbound Starke
from Home Demonstration control with 10'1S7 p,
program a marketing taxes"a No. 11 due Starke
FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee agreement, entered Into by shellers Consumers throughout the Nation No. 107 due Starke 8:37 A-
and millers was discussed!! In another are warned by Dr. Frederic C. There are no insects to pollinatethe Northbound 9:57: A.
hearing oil the preceding Howe Consumers' Counsel of the'
blossoms of the pineapple In No.
Demonstration SCHEDULE SAVES TIME a-Due Starke
Conducted by Agents 6 na
Agricultural Adjustment Administration : A-
t WITH CLEANING TASKS day.Twelve Hawaii. On this depends Hawaii'spineapple No. 12 due Starke
Southern states grow against being stampededby industry, for when the No. 10 -Due Starke 2:47: p,
peanuts on a commercial scale. false rumors about the effect of 601: P.
flowers, are pollinated
.. In spite of the modern convenI- they produce Starke And
.. \\'lUInee
Anual output of'-around it billion the drouth on the food situationlest Branch
-- _"II ences which grandmother did not fruit containing hundreds of No. 101-Leaves
pounds Is raised;by some 200,000 they be victimized by unjustified hard seeds. Starke 7:MA.
.
'Patriotic have", It seems that our homes arenot -" No.. 102-Arrives Starke
farmers. 1-50::
Duty To "J"- price advances P
RURAL so spotless as greatgreatgrandmother's Prices during,/the last marketing Dr. Howe asserts that exaggerated daily) except Sunday._T. J. CHf,
Save All Possible was. Have you ever In 1905, the newly-formed Aero
season averaged 2.9 cents a reports are being spread "
COMMON SENSE Feeds Newell thought why this I Is 7 Grandmother's pound while In 1032). the figure was II about prospective Increases in the Club of New York could raise only IF YOUR
Says time was taken with tallow
up 1.6 cents. price of foods. "Consumers should $1,000 to purchase the patents of
By SPUDS JOHNSON dip candles wooden washtubs, wa- follow closely official reports on the Wright Brothers because the

I GAINESVILLE-Florida ,farmers ter from the well clumsy corn FEDERAL OFFICIAL [the movement of food supplies and I business men of that day said aviation BREATH
brooms turkey-wing: dusters, and EXPLAINS TAX ON HASA
ACREAGE INCREASES IN by saving all possible feed and ,prices.." be ,says. "This will help was merely a fad
similar
articles. What laborousJob -
a CANE SYRUP SOLD
9 TIMES OF HIGH PRICES them to buy wisely and economically -
forage have an opportunityto
crops household work
3 NOT ALWAYS WISE MOVEPlanting was. GAINESVILLEeral tax- and to detect unwarranted price Vim'' ivui Ssun
succor their less fortunate fel- One re..on'. because grandmother es are not levied on cane mills for :Increases." WNlRIJiOpf SMELL YOUCAN'T
p lows In drought-ridden areas of didn't have so many interests operating but a processing tax is ALONE r Il5al
a; of greater acreage In L the West and to make legitimate outside the home andcertainly collected from the manufacture of The present concern Is not over

iI the cash, crops that are selling profile, in the deal says Dr. Wll-! she made a pretty good Job syrup that Is sold with certain Increased prices to farmers but 'fEEL WE
highest at the time especiallywhen ; mon Newell director of the Florida of giving* her thought to the home exemptions, the State Agricultural rather over possible unwarranted

.q the good prices have been I Agricultural Extension Service and the loved ones, but the com Extension Service has been ad- spread between prices received by Who* 1sw.iat. maeb. ear food dmsing.
Dean Newell has just Issued an appeal i plexity of.modern life now makes vised from the office of the collector farmers and prices paid by con In .. t"I I t
due to short is .
_
yields a
practice 1
through the county agents::, It Imperative that women have of Internal revenue In Jack sumers. Dr. Howe says, "Farm- .... biMk. w. ....-the Dol.y tII_ "'1
honored by observance throughoutthe to every Florida farmer "to do bin I both time and energy for many sonville. ers are still getting only a'little dm all mv MT ....,.. It mba,01 t

history of agriculture In this patriotic duty and help alleviate a'''activities other than house work. A producer' may sell up to 200 over a third of the consumer's food _......,..m.bwt sraiMkr tbb.ud...a.*.pod....,..V tof 1h.1Io.M>till.,,
;, county. Almost every rural community severe and serious shortage of livestock However let us still feel as grandmother gallons of syrup without the assessment dollars compared to the years from w u. w1. w..t too nut4 I
have been farmers usual. feed throughout the United did-that a woman or of any tax. It is pointed 1924 to 1929 when they received II j"d'I.,I. Uw most.....K...... ...11M 1M... I1Ii4
ly not many who followed .exactly States." mother haan't done her first duty out or up1 to pod gallons may be almost half In getting a fair Adequae*Mode fire Insurance bod,.. U.iw 5 plate o'dig I'u..... 1t1e.o..5 I.in a
4 the opposite policy with excellent In urging, farmers to save all If the home Is unkeot. sold and the.taxltald only on the share of the consumer's .dollar on you home and business! one.eor.mwta 11- lea cot ear-....Vxrel.Whom aDd. ....., d.,. .
a F results. They were far-sighted possible hay forage, silage and The American housewife la now excess over 2 enough to perceive that conditions other livestock feed between now helped in gallons Is disposed of by sale In keeping marketing costs from rising Without it your home and bow,,.. TW. d.m. raison all n
many ways by Ingenious business might em bolo ..." ... W.t.. .
n respecting supply demand and returns and winter. Dr. Newell points out devices for doing her work any one marketing year the entire substantially. valueless suddenly become omr ......." mail.. our Ud .
would be changed by the excesses hat only in the Southeast ..h., quickly and. well-nigh' automatic quantity la subject to the tax "We are going to give consumers (but .. don't. ) .... W, M Uk. wh5
of their neighbors. there been satisfactory production ally. Yet In many homes the age. the 200 gallon exemption ceasingto every possible help In Judging Make sure now that.you are aa-tomut._*0..t>.. no...a.moutlnra.li__ or tote,

1.' With the growth and development this year of grains hay and grass old tasks of cleaning still demand apply. he fairness of price changes," Dr. properly 'insured- We- canHAROLD LJttte-Urn Pills wU.h *mtlT\tStt.
+ of the United States the crops and this region will be more than their share of woman's Syrup made for the use of the Howe says "So far the spread low.otter"of ,fc o og.rod JaI._... But...',If bur"IO ijf"I
:marketing of most farm productsof drawn upon heavily during the work. Electricity performs many producer's family or household is between farm prices and city retail C. WALL h mar DO a Mlanof (Mrmiry) alt *h.
major importance took on nationwide next nine months for every kind tasks, but It will not dust fur. exempted from the tax aside irlces-that is, the charges for all INSURANCE 1 I'BOMBS'"M totth._.....e1po.. Ask. Md for Midi Carter 4.i M Ut
and even international of material which can be used to niture mop floors clean radiators from the 200 gallons for sale transportation, processing and ,STAKKE FLORIDA lJ lowtsb7" mo.. vat wbM. *
uk OlIN, ..
and
aspects. These rendered It out of sustain cattle' sheep hogs scrub utensils nor do a thousandand REPORT .01"" SCHOOL FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY FOR TIIIO
the question for individual growers work animals one other daily cleaning PERIOD ENDING JUNE BOTH 1,88
I situation will The following. report ot tho rec.lptll ind disbursements ot the School funds ot
Bradford
correctly to appraise all the factors "The impending chorea. These must be done by Count I
balances and amount of w.rranl. outstanding. and a statement o. the assets and llabllttles "allleeofec nnnn"e: June 80th. with th
in output distribution and afford Florida farmers an opportunity band laboriously old time methods County a.. reported on the moth day 0' June, 1938. by the Board 0' Publlo In..truotlon and the and the. of the 19''( Bredfurd
3 related fields that seriously affect to sell at good prices, all are used, but quickly and eas Count provisions of Chapter 6813. Acts 0' 1916. Law. of Florida. Supt of Publlo Instruction I. hereby published un-

k the outlook for prices. merchantable hay and grain feeds ily' If special cleaning tools are J. M. LEE Comptroller.

Government agencies graduallywere which they may have or can save used.
drawn Into the and now over and above their own The first housewife .: .
situation thing a' .
needs for the winter,, he declares.Emphasising w .Q "I-=t .
:more and more depended upon for should do in the morning Is to set a :;; "
Q : !II 1
that it is a patriotIc .
forecasts and reports on acreage her house In order. She could do I to L CI 1 I..... 1" !II iii
.crop prospects, surplus stocks and duty of Florida farmers to have this while she Is having elevated I II FUNDS ,'" c::: ;"CI ;; .... 8J ,.. :::Iat,!! : _:; to.. t'
: t
: every bit of usable feeding material ;: : f : 1iIo&! tl4;: a ayy: 'i ,"
51 like elements bearing on plantingplans. thoughts, and planning.. Everydayplanning o
r With Dr. Newell also says that I ,' 'U J L g. has ... e.. S=
: the information collected has an unconscious influence L L 1J 9cL ...
September and October are the 1' '' : og. I! iii .:
+J i thoughtful through farmer these could channels In a mea.the best months In Florida for cuttingand oa the members of the fam otu : : &:: to j ro::" ton I !d6!

curing hay of all kinds-crabgrass : ily.The ,
sure, decide whether it was wises!
cleaning problems of the
sip to Increase or decrease the numberof natal grass, Johnson grass, home n.n..ral School Fllnd_____' 1.899.n 33.eO 84.081.89 81.82398
velvet beans and other arrange themselves Into two Special Tax Schoot DI.t... 3f6,57
cowpeas, .1118." 7,262.03 U.n8. :
acres 'devoted to each of the 1,788.84 11.580.00 P20410!!
those of household .
kinds. Corn fodder should be saved groups a nature .4119. 18,10 10,S3' 90
products be raised.Utilization wherever possible ,and ..ilageshould such as floors furniture Bond I. 8. Fund --- H.ne.05 .000.00 7,101.13 '.168,81 64.74 988:78: 81.000.00' 1,039.11

''r of the data avaUable'wltb be made from all available walls, stairs bathroom kitchen 15.H3. '-

ful efficiency nearly always sorphum and sugar cane. Where and general utility; those of a personal U,19I1.U 7.863.U' 138,80 .000.00 lOG..n 88.288,81 764.74 1:1.1611.18: 81.000.00 i85.IT 10,834.90 I1,89ai/:
has been attended with difficulty regular silos are not'available.Dr. nature including health ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
n however. Policies agreed upon as Newell says that trench silos often hands, teeth hair, clothes, hats .4___ Dr.' LI.b..UI. (,r.

desirable could not be carried into can be easily :and cheaply constructed shoes. Make a schedule of these Balance Balance In In D"pooltorle.Depositories Special Oeneral Tax School'DI..lr..t Fund. __--, 3,749.71 11'004"80 Warr an tOt"_an dl n..,. General 'School Fund___.____ 325.3
4 effect because of the tendency. Insubstantial things, and with the proper tools Other A..t. Fro..n Account. Special Tax Dislrlcta: 107:84: Not.. Outstanding. General School Fund ________? 4.l80.1
minority groups, toward they are quickly vanquished anda Other Bal..I"Assets In De Nroeen o.ltnrle.Acct.. flpec.. Tax Dtot. Bond Funllo 1.099.47 Bonds OutrtanCing (General Co) General School F'4 24000.0'
contrary practices. Needed Dr.' Newell also urges Florida great amount of time and effortIs Fh.d ..tae.-. Sp.1 Tax Dlats Bond 11'01. 14.878.71 Script Oubtandln. General School Fund ____..__ 2.79U:,
cooperation proved difficult to at farmers to plant winter grazing saved Lot. -________.____....___________________.. 10.800.00 Warrant Outtandln.g. Special Tax D4trkt.; ___ 13.31
tain. such as 'oats, Austrian -- "chool Bulldln.. ..._____.-_______..______...____...... 1211.860.00 Overdr.ft. Special Tax Dlotrlot. ____ ...:__ 10,834.91
crops, rye i Furniture ____ __ --
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Output. 'control ands reduction: peas vetch rape turnips, and similar Good Home Gardens Libraries. .-.-....-_-_-_--_-_--..--_..-_.-._- .... __?.___-___... 18,460,00 1.866.00 Bonde.OUletandln. Special Tax. Bonded DI.t.._.___ 81.000.01(
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--- _- __.______ 1.870.00
; programs, basic in ;the farm adjustment thereby providing teed
act were; inevitable for their crops own animals and releasing Should Be Found On TotAl _' -'.__..___.;__;._-:.____..._-_.'194.6011,3. Total ..;----_-:--.:---,----.-___....__________-- .

outcome, Employed. emergency hay and grain,from their farms All Florida FarmsTALLAHASSEE -,

remedies, they have furnished the to be converted into cash. ,"In ... .
restraint that voluntary action had short the opportunity is here for --The home .t I 1 "' ,. .
failed to supply. Whether the good
results that have been produced' the Florida farmer to carry his garden will occupy a place: of increasing "

be made own stock through, the .coming Importance on Florida
can permanent without It
t continued regulation bylaw 'la a winter on silage, grazing crops farms this fall and winter and every J.1' might.have been BUILT

r. problem farm: folk* should b, considering corn fodder and various lowgradoteedstufts farm should have a variety of .,
.. iin a ..
(in a serlotli Way. Indications ; and sell his merchantable fresh Vegetables coming in every SGBIB.. *,, w, ..0.
t that may be highly suggestive feeds" concludes Dr Newell. month say State Home Demonstration "- "

In this connection ,have I Extension workers with Service.the Agricultural Everything 1l 1\ especially for

4 been from the North Florida let
/ reported Spuds Johnson says your Indicates that the prices of
and South Qtorglft flue-cured book of health contain vegetable foods-meats, cereals and vegetables -
7k tobaoco belt. Prices on the product leave,. -will Increase considerablyand
far above the figures prevailing that materials produced at ? THE: SOUTH
last season seem to have caused :JASPER-There will be a fifty home will thus save the family .t/(

much Inquiry as to lands suit percent increase in acreage plantedto purse as well as its health.In t
able for the crop reflecting the : fall squash cucumbers and tomatoes .
P, disposition for heavier plantings in this area says County addition to saving expenses, ts'"A "
home gardens assure the family of ) 4t ac
1, next spring Agent,J. J. Sechrest.. ,
an adequate and continuous supply '
I I of needed vegetables which they n w .
i.: might be inclined to do without If .
,
; not raised on the place. This would
k I t FUNERAL DIRECTORS Inevitably react to the detrimentof :"" .\"" \

'I: '' t ur Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render the health of 'the members of I

r EFFICIENT: ,.PROMPT an* COURTEOUS!: SERVICE. the family who need generous
,
I\ MODERATE!: PRICES quantities of fresh ;vegetables In

''l : DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY8TARKE. their daily meals. .
In South Florida the productionof ,
FLORIDA _

:,, .. ;. Industry winter but vegetables even there Is the a major home _________ .- 'V

garden will pay say these workers .

YOUR SEARCH FOR It fields too often supply happens an abundance that the truck for a ____ -,.--- ----,. f'

short period but at other times
o4i the family table Is lacking In fresh krx

t vegetables. The home garden S
planned to have vegetables growIng i' s
and ready for use each month

In the year, remedies this situation


In North Florida the productionof
winter vegetables la more difficult I

but It is possible to find 'L.Her.

ENDS RIGHT HERE suitable garden space and to grow
? n a wide variety of food crops on any
and every farm In the state. Collards -
cabbage,. beets turnips' rutabagas
d IDEAL FERTILIZERS mustard' and other vege- .'.. .OBea 0'''''''''

tblea are available which will 'v.. C7....... EnatoeSlngU
nG. + stand col weather. ',Many .otherscan ,The Ford V-8 might have been built especially the South. Its P_ Oo wVlslo. VsaUls-
'You will ssvy "my eearch ends right'here" when you us* Ideal and ,
be this fall used
Fertilisers will knew, too that farther grown twin cooling allows to drire all day long :
g for your crops. And you fresh for.later pump system: you even ::;
or preserved use.
experimenting will be --.. Like ........... ee.Florida'sr ,' Drlre
,meet successful grower, :you will know year search, ease end.For Let no Florida farm be withoutIts ,in the hottest weather, without the motor heating up.' ,The wind.. : FIoettaoT Res* AxeAlswhtsnsi >

"s.4. more than forty yean Ideal FertllUere have been nsanofae-, home garden la the suggestion :shield open-- a necessity in summer weather. Due to free action C7...... Seas
tared for Florida, ero.... And daring that period more Ideal FerttUwre of State Home Demonstration .
stock workers. all four wheel. it's comfortable kind of roads.Fordfls SJi Calloai c.al.a 9yae.aD..l
have been used than any other brand. Complete for a car over all .
carried by our local selling agents. Dewa Draft CeHte- UosiHesrfalUe
y RENTAL AND BENEFIT: the only under '$2500 which ,offers the V8engine tmr Sneek Absevker*
: ON PEANUTS!: car yon
CARL JOHNS'LOCAL PAYMENTS! f Free Actfest few eI /., Vkeelsoeo

SELLING AGENT .,, ASSURED: TO FARMERS the same type- of- engine that holds, every record on land, ,c.ii n1.. w.....Ldldd CyU..

( STARKE. FLORIDA water'and in the air. ? and Upper Crankcese RangyTagate.
GAINESVILLE Rental and :
Exkamwt Valve Seat I-

n'' st t J. NORMAN season benefit to payments growers will of peanuts be made designated this The South! knows that the Ford; a always been an economical .anal. ......... Fadedcar.

r, LOCAL LAWTEY SELLING, FLORIDA AGENT as a basic agricultural ; Th Ford V-8 it the mott economical Ford ever,built. Talk ValvesWeWed Sleel sue. Wnc.bWeMed

G. W. ROBERTSLOCAL according commodity to by advice the last from Congress the farm, to a Ford Owner and you may think he is"brag og. Drive the. AI .StMl Body

SELLING AGENT administration In Washington re- Ford Yand you :will share his enthusiasm. $505 ..4 ar
ceived here at the offices of the X .
LAWTEY FLORIDA ..0...D.as5J
State Agricultural Extension Service t y

Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer ;Co.ifcckonville'Florida3 Adjustment procedure relatingto '

''f'fi this crop Is to be based on a W.-ANDREWS- Jr.
; :r .. processing tax, rate and scope of .' : ; -nmow
which ,was considered In a,, public I
hearing late In August., Diversion '

of the 1933. and JII'-1934." crops.m., part STAR '"....._, '.T ''iv .\... ?r, f, FLORIDA. ;:Z.....:..."/ *"**. (Am Pales**: *! Owtt CstMMT
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'. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPQ STARRE FLORIDA P.\GE SEVEl'I't'

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UURCD DIRECTOR iIthe : 1'- ---LA,,,TRY'I I cent visitor. of Dr. and Mrs. O.

;gKE BEHIND O. J. Phillip. tint Baptist Church 1 Tc Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore and; "
,
tev. C. a Price, Pastor. 1 he Story Bible Told in Pictures Program For Home Coming Day, sons of Plant City were the guests .
J School, 10:00: a.m.; A. J. Sept. 10th, 1931. LuwtcyBuptlnt of Dr. and Mrs. d. W. Brown Sat ',
urday and Sunday. .
sunsuperintendent. N Church
".... "
Th .hl. of
\
O Worship 11:00: a.m. 10:00: a. m.--Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. CarraUIn
... .
gorndng ) Capital ::,
YP. U., 6:45: p.m. Ivr. E 11 11:00: a, m.-Devotional by Bro.Lylea. and Mr. and Mr*. Tom Beck were
Worship, 8:00: o'clock. y yv .. visitors to St. Petersburg Tues-
y'en1&& ti 1
prayer service, Wednei. Mr OSCAR JOI1OV S ti4 ; 11:30: a. m.-Sermon by Brother day.Mr.
yidweek Hud KRNT W..fIJlO'\l Boyar and Mr*. Roy Roberts and
,y, 8:00 P-4- 12:15: Nooh-Refreshments. daughters Martha and Dorothy ofWest

Church State Senator :John -R. Beach- 1:30: p. m.-Devotional by Brother Palm Beach, are visiting at
.
M. Montgomery PastoSanday the horn of Mr. and Mr. W. H.
B
gay ., man, of Palm Beach wants a five Chapln.
School, 10 a.m.goming year moratorium on payment of 2:00 p. m.-Roll Call of Church Biggs.
worship at 11:00: a.m. 43 Miss Pearl McEachern of Sparton IJ
Members.
city, county and special tax district "
People's Meetlnc ::30 Church Ga., who ha been visiting ,
Young bond Interest and principal, 2:30: p. m. Reading
Covenant by Bro D. L. Phillips Miss Dolll Dlnklns, returned to
will for such
push legislation i In
'Boning:; Worshlp-T:30: P, :XL: the 1833 session. 2:41: p. m.-Articles of Faith- her horn Sunday.Mr. t,
and Mrs W. Er Torode have
read Bro. Matheny
by
Beachman avers that 97 per cent
Pre b>terli"> Church of the more than $800,000.00 In 3:00: p. m.-Closing remarks by returned to their home after

Rev' George H. Lowry, Minister bonds outstanding against Florida Brother Bevis. spending the summer at Kingsley
Sunday a* *s Lake.O. .
services next political sub-divisions are In the 3:30: p. Benediction.
A. M.-Sunday School 7Wtflams 7:30 m.-B. Y. P. U. J. Phillips was called to Miami -
10:00: hands of bond-holders committees, k p.
superintendent.. .i because! of the serious '
that there Is little/ chance to affect 7:41 p. m.-Sermon by Brother recently
A. M.-Morning Worship; Lyles. Illness of his brother
11:00: satisfactory settlements. Many
by the pastor. ; + "Mrs1wY ,/' 4"ern Dr. J. H. Carradine is upendinga
ion bonds have been
t
purchased ltflt
r by
Worship if e {y tl Sirs In Jacksonville.
8:00:J, P. M. Evening ; speculators, others to pay taxes t l Shower Given Fot; Tom Ilwk few days
r and sermon. under the Futch law. Their Inter Mrs. Tom Beck, a recent bride, Wilson Mlltair of Virginia Is I visiting -
Christian Endeavor. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
7.00, p ji.- est in Beachman's moratorium was honored by a shower given at
the home of Mrs F. R. Carradine, L. H. Hill.
plan will be to fight it bitterly. ..
e last Friday afternoon. During the -
ti t, t
t : ; \Q afternoon the guests were entertained North Carolina! claims statistics

(BOB JONES There appears to be a growing by several musical numbers, prove Its average family Is larger

conviction that Congressman Mark \ after which the bride was presented than that, of-any other state v

] Comments On Here Wtlcox' Municipal Bankruptcy Bill with numerous presents. After The United -Navy recently
,is not going to prove the salvation the presents were presented the 1
fifteenth anniversary.
: celebrated its
Hereafter
And of it
once expected by municipal hostess! served delicious Ice cream *
--I U officers over the state. Hailed alone and cake.
of the most constructive piecesof
is reaching a goal." Among those present were:
"Succe to be enacted
legislation recently OVER
mat. In substance; Is what a promUent with : The Building of Bab.l.-W* are told in Gen. lit It "The whole earth was of one language and of one Misses Martha Roberts, Abble WORkE
,
by Congress particular
writer said recently about and extensive benefits to 'ipeeoh." But mankind became restless and] undertook to build a city, and a tower whose top would reach Harley, Madeline Hazen, Rae NERVES
taccess. This may be true, or Ituy potential Into the heaven. "And the Lord said, Behold the people not be true. It depends onrtiat Florida, some of its original champions they begin to dOl and now nothing will be restrained from them which they have imagined<< to do. Go to, Beatrice Miner, Grace rwood,

a man's goal la. God has 1 a are now expressing doubt as let us go down and there confound their language that they may not understand one another's speech. So the Hilda Wyrick. and Mlsa Elva Lee

oal 1 for every life. Success la to: its meeting the demands of the Lord scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth t and they left off to build the city Reddish and Mr.. Vernon Rowe, .

[laving the same goal for your life situation. Therefore is the name of it called Babel j because the Lord did there confound the language of all the earth! Mrs. C. R. Whitehead, Mr*.. G. B. i 1kt

hat God has for your life. ,.androrking .. and from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth."-Gen. lit t 69. From an I Plummer Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., I :

with God to reach that James Hickland recently removed -noravine made- by- Merian in the Seventeenth century.. Mrs. S. C. Peele, Mrs. M. B. Futch, 1

toal. Miami Beach Constable, is preparing Mrs. F. R. Carradlne and Mrs. T. k0

to fight his removal with Coast is Scott M. Loftin, since 1917 state election laws amended so as by lawyers an ddoctors in the pursuit B. Beck, the guest of honor. asdwb0aerk.art

You can do anything you desireto Governor Sholtz return from his either General Solicitor or General to permit names of candidates of of their work, Is certain to be Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten were

: do. I have heard that statement North Carolina farm Hickland's vacation I Counsel, last week elected as PresIdent minority parties to appear on the Introduced in the 1935 legislature.No visitors to Jacksonville Saturday. a N

a lot of times. "Desire" Is a about September 17. ( of the American Bar Association official ballot. will Inquisitorial bodiesor Mis Lou EUa Tatem of DeLandIs
word than "wish." Youmay son writes this column that his at the Milwaukee Conven longer I the guest of Mrs., 0. W. Roberts -
stronger father was born at Camden, N. J.in agencies, nor stern Judges of the
week
had million dollars\ in this *
wish you a tion. Because of the recent drought '
1893 and that his father left for
ud you may sit and watt for some Camden Immediately upon receiptof If there la any compensating satisfaction twenty-seven state. and the mount I court be able to than harrle.other newspaper professional Miss Virginia Williams of New
it to or for some- worriesIn Is men any more York has been vising Mr. and
body to bring you of his ouster. It was announced for its financial ing costs of feed, prediction
news of those
la the opinion
bdy to die and leave It to you. of the groundsfor the election of the head of its I ing. made that Florida' be-I men, Mrs. W. R. Williams.'
that
one who are firm In the belief that the
When you desire a million dollars\ the Governor's action rested on legal division, the East Coast finds ers will pay considerably more I the lead, of Mr. V. R. Red lsh returned
you go out and work for It. Desirei double satisfaction in Loftln' rec- their milk supply this winter. That legislature will follow after spending several ITP TO ,.... .... Ia..II-
Saturday
: the fact that Hickland was not a New Jersey and other state. ...., BT *& kl.b *MS*.
I wish in action. We cannot always Two of Its of for tourists.
Milwaukee. also .
I citizen of the United States. Every I ognition at goes, course I 0' days at Plant City. J'CI'a' ane> at taw. wttsj
do all we desire to do. We general counsels have been ac Never able to produce enough milk Many baseball fans of Lawteywere adxrn.
member of the Dade County legislative United Distillers, one of the na the (
can do whatever God wants us to delegation is declared to be corded that high honor W. A. products to meet the'wlnter consumption tion's potent liquor manufac in Starke Monday to see the O'*i_* **.*

do. Any man can do anything he prepared to "go to the front" for Blount, of Pensacola, before his demands, Florida Imports turing most and sales organization, II I ball games. u was i l lid l to 81epeeNrroos .
ought to do. accepted as one of considerably. Summer Thede Ha4aebc NS9>
Hickland, Pierre S. Robinson, of death generally to bat with Florida law enforcement Mr. and Mr Herman of retl
going
leading the the brightest legal minds of the months provide over-production Jacksonville were visiting her esr.s tlaea and a aeaa .. '"
the House, actually officers over the *el .
God has a will for every life. The contest. nation, was first Floridian ever to reduced prices. ure of nearly 1,000 cases being Sunday. .e .mlyk..nttryJest dI. 1 1
:
complete will of God for a human be so honored. As general coun- SC transported by truck from New Mr and Mr. S. C. Peel movedto _Why_.A N**.ZeTaUaffi

life may not always be revealed. sel for the East Coast, Blount only Florida' State Library Is main- Orleans presumably to Hartford,' Starke recently.Mr. eete i in half claaa et

but there Is one thing plain. The Florida's greatest business strictly Is held to state beth gave part of his time to the job tained on a measly appropriationof Conn. The seizure was made at and Mr. J. H. Moore are ...... p f Ytetadi
Bible says that God wills to save enterprise or Railroad. retained his extensive Pensacola $ ,200. Milton, So important ,Is the cue visiting their son and daughterinlaw .. 4bI delIP <,
every man. God does not want Florida,, East Coast practice. favored 1,687 that even President of the organization Mr and Mr. R. C. Moore, in .. Ota10.- ...... -
of Much more are
hell. Hell was Since the happy tonnage days that Blount should Raleigh, N. C. IIBW II .
to to '
anybody go It is singular widows of Confederate veterans fount It advisable to com! fpm U
I r
when embargoeshad art1fM.se
boom period, III ;
the a partin Mr. and Mr. C. Y. and twe :
made Mayo
Hell was
for conspicuous
not made
man. so
have played and "home who draw |40 to Florida last week to perfect
invoked to control the guard T e Beida ....
for the devil and his angels. The to be Loftin future.' He appointed daughters,. ,Ada Marl and,, Gloriaof ,, .t
shaping : which now ---
to million for a fight cep.oter.
stupendous movement of materialsand a month, of close a a plans .. ..... ...... ,
devil was at one time an angel In him as General Solicitorand well federal Tampa are visiting here this 7
other commodities, the East year. Only 294 actual soldiers or In the State as as 1..111 ..igitw. '
Heaven. He fell. Hell Is hug home., Blount's death succeeded week
upon the courts. Santa Rosa officer are -
with another home guards are on pension .
,
We really do not belong there. If Coast, in common carrier, has many fallen to the office of general counsel. roll.. said to be In contempt of the State Charles Beck was a visitor to St. "

*re go there we will be intruders. common is in Lofton, until that time no corpora .' Supreme Court if that court should' Petersburg Tuesday. ( II t
now ( I'
'\That is what makes hell hell. Ev- upon vastly leaner days public prosecutor Miss Enza Blanchard was visiting / J.
of receivers. As has ation counsel, being A bill to make information secured press the Issue, sine a writ of habeas :
iry creature In Its',own place Is the bands of other roads of Escambla, also drew upon by newspapermen In line of corpus was Ignored In filing In Jacksonville last week. ( )nli NF'.UVINtThe I
appy. The bird sings In the tree I been the practice with Pensacola for his general solicitor duty as privileged and confidential proceeding before the United I Dr, and Mrs. O. W. Brown. Jr.,

because that la his home. The fish' when pressed for equipment money, it IsA"Ad upon his advancement. He asked aa data and Information secured States Court, at Pensacola. and children of Tampa were re
II i happy in the water because that I which to secure Robert H. Anderson, young, pop- 1
____ a_ _neW_ form of bond known as
II his home. Man will be happy, n ular, able and liberal, 'to take the Yr
shares" with one
n e heaven because that Is man's "equipment trust Job. Loftln. a batchelor. lives with ..rk
one. Men are wretched In .hell such issue the East Coast raised his two spinster sisters at Jackson- ,
God from investors enough to buy .
because they are homesick. ville. .. "
locomotives,
does not send men to hell._ They twenty huge modern \
mil themselves to hell. God puts 200 box car 100 ballast cars, five VThe
three passenger Banner, of Dade City, homeof ,.
switch engines, '.
cross and the blood of His son on I ., .
cabooses. Circuit Judge O. L. Dayton -
and twenty former
the road leading to damnation so( coaches '
x for the issue resigned last year be- ... .
man will not go to helL It any ofM These stand as security : who '"" yjX4
of -
e go, let's go like men And when but receivers are unable to cause he insisted the business o -.,,;; !oW'I! I" \. -''' -- ,
Circuit did not I ;
. find to meet carrying the PinellasPasco .
money
.e get there let's announce to all '
the of Judges on the state y'... --..
owners
Ui ie folks we meet that we didn't charges, have told warrant three ..: "
lave to go. We just chose to go. the shares to "come and get" their payroll. Joins with the ClearwaterSun "
We' Just would not have God. We locomotives and the 'other equiP- In taking serious issue with -

would not trust Jesus. We were ment. Governor Bholts and State Senator YOUR CUSTOMERS

just mean old sinners, Having no use for the equipment Jimmie Slkes, of St. Petersburg <1> t

Investors, unable to sell to over the recent appointmentof i: t
.
I. Viney,. also of
rail lines, have asked receivers Judge John '
other
In There Japan are 5,000 20,000 In billiard alone.rooms Not to delay court proceedings authorizing Petersburg, to fill the Dayton from.
Tokyo
the unusual resort. vacancy y-/ Where Ihetj came
only the men, but Japanese women tinder the caption, "Open Letters "(: .
Play the
game, each table having Colonel Clearwaterto
It* girl One of toe receivers of the EastFor to and By

attendant. Governor James Sholtz F. BIKes", to State me Dade Senator ''., ; ., Your customers are "Mr. and Mrs. Newcomer." They hail from every State ..7?
::6
-
City Clearwater Banner last Sun's week denunciationof reproducedthe ; min the Union. Statistics show that 80 per cent of our population increase in the 4w

iL s the appointment and at the past decade came"from outside the State. Our present volume of business is duet

*4! same that there time'was refused the Itself slightest to agree need to the visitors who came to Florida and then decided to live here permanently. r

er I I for Clearwater the appointment.said In the -Sun Colonel: "This\ try We can increase our bua neu by increasing the number of visitors, thus building 4 4consumer

I community is unwilling to believe .. markets for the products we sell. A A.w

the interim appointment of ,"
< that "
? and 'unnecessary for satisfaction. Ask *:. next ten customers
r Jqhn L Viney as a third Check these facts your own you

t
Bird-hence we'd welcome would set a 47 other states. The other two will probably tell you that their parents or grandparents .
word from you two that _
at naught- what some are calling ,. moved here. from somewhere else. It wu only hundred years age that

a' plain Judge inference Bird is senior Judge. He the entire state had a population about the size of the. present. city of Pensacola..That's : j,

was re-nominated for another six T"j: something to think about!
_
The
year term in the last primary.

(' fear I t. entertained that Senator If we want more customers we must go out and get them.
\\1\ ;.v.---.
the
redistricting -
Sikes intends of) to his so Judicial Jockey circuit When all the world !knows what your ten customers know, every acre of

+ babies, mothers relyon In the next legislature a* to reward Florida farmland will be producing at capacity every hotel, apartment, store

Mavis Talcum Powder.So assisted his him good materially friend Vlney In his race who I'.i: and factory will pay profitable revenue. Cash registers will once more ring in wtr,
.i
pure -- no added medica for Governor the United Shoots States however Senate. Is prosperous symphony and Florida will be the busiest, happiest state in the nation. ,

known to have suggested that in'. We must sell Florida to the world. That' the job proposed by the All ,
It guards circuit
lion is necessary. redistricting of Judicial
any* and reduction of the number' J Florida Committee a job that requires the cooperation and assistance of every

baby skins against chafingand of Judges to be appointed he will f flay of the coordinated forcelul.
emphasis on seniority of servIce \ r individual in every section state supporting"
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acid irritations. Within the familiar ana experience.. I dominant program of nation-wide advertising in behalf of Florida. Your invest }


Mavis red, container is complete summer Twenty-seven delegate, kept representing the- r .r grunt in this program is the best investment you'll ever make. ..a.. t r. for i in_helping

comfort for member of the family. Socialist ten party organizations of' Florida ally ,. w build a Greater Florida youll hclo-vounelf I

every Sunday by nominating. at Its Lake + All FlootU Committee it i a -

Maui TIamt ttu1lj ktif lb. M. ww. Wale convention, candidate for pcifiM*, -.profit orfsaizalion ter'j

United State Senator, member of lli.* ptaaMtion. of FlotidVt welfare *. I r _tf I J I''' DA'

VvivAUDOiT 25* 50' $100TALCUM Congress and Justice* of candidateswere the Supreme a who!&. Study thetf weekly sa- 1- .r cTI.U. I ., ,,
Court Eight ..
Gordon aaMCerah cawfuHy M thai you mvf, a "
delgntd. 'lead by : : i7iaed

Ny, ,Orlando ,,"8h 'DDIDC ,Guide I ,'.... .FfanJr"lad-ttlw. 'ko"lIei'+ik eeiytwpctL' vl{,

: r MAV1S owo U: pufeUahlra sraaUT The'cdodIdate Socialist\ want for the UM ,I .M ce,_ 'J ,I pie ia rte puspentyy r.-, ... .. '10. -


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PAIne EIGHT ORADFORI)COUNTY TELKORAPIT. STARKC, FLORIDA FRIDAY. 8EPTE\I: F.U ". ,?,.

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i!t Bradford.r County TelegiaphEstabllBhed are far JUST Is

ti 1877 that we should get rid of a. few Of The New Deal : : t

L .. '_ '_ _. __ -'-' we already have inetead.of enact ,
log new ones. However, before Spereh''of: henry Morgenthail,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class new lawmaking abandoned entirely Secretary of the Tmuury. The "

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida (if such an Utopian stat August"tw, lest AAOUTH'na I

.. .. _. __ .. _____.J can be imagined) we wish good! ,
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E. L. Matthews:...i___________..._...______Editor and Owner: luck for the law recently propos X propose tonight ,to discuss'with l4' A
.. .... ed by the Governor of Arkansas to 11tTt VoQOMmR.Of .
the
--- -- -- -- '/ force politicians who "sling mud"to you the, cost of New Deal I 'n+I& f '

SUBSCRIPTION RATE I "eat, their words" will avotdithabMrgon, of the usual EMOTIONS
financial statement and will try to 'niP t f f: 'Tt''Ct '
Six Months 75c: Payable In Advance it
Yearly, $1.50; : The new law would require candidates -
give you in plain language a con- 'S
Rates Application who make false or derogatory -
Advertising on
of
statements about the character else but complete ,explanation, 1u
the essential facts.
1 Jte
or public record of an oppon- '
Good-bye baseball-hello football I ent, to prove such charges in court.If On March 4, 1933, when the pres- 1'YAam( seas U91y

1 unable to prove the truth of such ent ,Administration came Into of f 0 VA rots: t
0G flee, the public debt of the
statements, the law would disqualify gross
( Starke could use a few new !houses for rent. the candidate to serve, even I It United States stood at a little leathan

elected, and would prohibit him $21,000.000.000. By June 30

o from becoming the nominee of any. of-this. 'year, It. had increased to

Tourists automobiles are already in evidence.' political party/ $27,000,000,000 or an Increase of

'And so we say' "Before Utopia/ about ,6000000000. This Is the 1 \ 2
0 1 la reached and law-making l..abandoned gross increase In the National debt r I J's

Don't be so foolish as to think that the neighbors aren''t uet this one more. Please. 'r>, during\ the first year and four taMa_
months of the new Administration. ,
talking: about you, too. THE CCO----o--TO'CONTINUE' Some ;observers have concluded r CALIFORNIA OAADtMERIMS

:c' 0 It has 'been !announced that that it also represents the cost ot \ mvt.OQtOmU:

Why talk' about making trouble? It just seems.to grow President Roosevelt's Civilian Con- the- New Deal during that period, TlM1 BEAA'b 2' 'a trf'oaw'VARtVTIC

i1r assistance. aervatlon Corps is almost certain insofar as such coat is reflected in '' % OP I nnw t oatcctnT'
without <- ""
911 any .. to-be made a permanent institution a,growth of the public; debt. This 1 tat
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0 I during'the next Congress,*,and.ot. assumption is easily made, but ,

(r? Faint heart neVer won fair lady, and a faint bankroll all the temporary, alphabetical ignores the.aU-lm rtant fact'that:, c e' P Ill
a
Isn't.much help either. governmental agencies of recovery, while ,wa have Increased our debt iYeata
of a also HERKKT 14OiAR93 raj I
we have increased our assets,
there is none that is more worthy; MYMRf4PDtISMNaNI.:
o ,I of survival. many of them In realizable form. 'ienali
A shot the By:this I mean assets which In due ( 22(1P" ct s
k Truth Is stranger than fiction. crooner was ; The law creating the, corps expires I /
; I time the Government will turn Into Y OVO
other day and it was by accident. .1 1'1, >. March 31 but little opposition l- cash,. thereby making them
to its reenactment is expected I HAS UVED ON
--0 available for reduction of the National ''
by the administration. The HOTrtlNG OUT
Shorts will probably' be shorter than ever now that al I absence of criticism concernIng general debt: ft M4UT BUTTt

those textile workers are striking. i the CCC- -even from Republican A' good' business: man takes 'a OTEAD MO MWKMX

o ,i quarters-Is a sure sign that I IIs It periodic: inventory of the stock of I' Mss
i meeting with favor and is flU- goods on his shelves to see if his
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Dumb Dora thinks the richest family in town are socialists r
ing'a' need In our, present soda inventory haft increased or decreae t .

i'' because they entertain so much. system/. .. ed. Let, us do the same tonight.
will Let:,..us take an inventory of theCovernment'
o It always be the'case that I
and how I -------
assets see -
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Some 'women set records for staying in the air many restless youths -will quit our there
can up those assets have changed sine
public schools before their education sets of agencies amounted to In Its recovery program--amounted LOW CUBAN TARIFF

without,even setting, foot in an airplane. Is complete, and many more March. of last year., $1,005,000,000.What J to eight billion dollars. SAID NOT HAKMFll:

t a who finish high school will be unable $1,800,000.000 on Hand are these assets,..and can Only Exception Drought Relief

If strawberry plants are scarce, local growers/? should to enter colleges' rand universities ',We,begin 'wtth. "the Treasury- we rely, on' them to Contribute In This Is the .basis on which the (Continued From Page 1))
Some method has long been each balance., This Is the Govern- due time to reduction of'the Na Administration planned last Janu all times .except, during these two
give. "extra" careful attention' to the ones they have. needed for tiding them over the ment's equlvalent'"of cash in the tional debt!'"They consist'for the ary'and, :with,one exception, it lathe months. "

i ,0 dangerous period between the time merchant's drawer. If a merchant most part of such Items as prefered baals- on which''funds were requested Lima beans: Duty reduced from

u A horse named "Psychic Bid" won a race the other dayWe're they leave school and the time should find that,at the end of six I bank stock and capital notes. of Congress. The exception 2.8 cents to 1.4 cents! a pound from
I they find permanenC'employment.' teen months his! gross debt had Increased i cash, Investments and other prop- consists of an additional $525- December' 1 to following May 3L
glad to hear of, a psychic bid winning something. ttThls/danger ppr1ud"bbecome\ ;' by $1,000: but that he had erty, and loans made to public and 000,000 appropriated for drought Old 2.8 effective except during
o : ( private borrowers.In relief.' So severe a drought could these six months.
and (n'recehI $250 more in his& casb'reglate.r, he
An'exchange says that the driver who watches the scenery longer because of longer economic ;'conditions years would, of course,take Into accounthe' ,. the Treasury we recognise* of not possibly have been" foreseen White or Irish potatoes: Duty
course that it may. later be necessary when the budget estimates ,were reduced from,.60 cent to .30 cent a
4l, instead of the road is likely to become part of both.' that have made Jobs excepHonall;' urinl'Increase-la'the'change.Istcaah In his when financial fig.! to write--.off certain, losses prepared. 'The President, therefore hundred pounds from December 1

O .' .. 'hard to find, and many to young boysin condition. can follow the same But the quality' of the collateral: requested an' additional' appropriation to last day of following February.The .
turned bummingor
Louisiana'we'll know UBSperatlonf. which''i secures the, various loans; for this purpose But .60 cent tariff will be In force
After the September 11 election in toj lives of petty crlme/as a practice In measuring the real financial -I'
: the good credit of our State and at every other'''point requests for throughout year except during the
'whether it is possible for Iluey to fool. all the people all the means of subsistence.// These are position the facts of the: Government. local governments; ,the record 'of funds were held strictly: within the three months.

time. The conservation ,camps with private business in meeting ,Its eight billion dollar estimate.In Tomatoes: Duty trimmed from
k o their outdoor work and courses'/of On March last' year when this obligations, all combine to glv 'a.- this policy'Congress cooperated. 2.4 cents a pound to 1.8 cents from

study are a godsend to boys of Administration came' into office, surance that the losses of the Na; J3lx billion dollars; then, was the December 1 to last day of following .
It Is rumored that,the CWA might comeback this fall: the Treasury's'; cash balance '
i. this class. Long may the CCC tional Government wH( not be sub\ estimated deficit for the six February. The 2.4 cent levy

fk Some folks say they wish it would hurry up because they continue .in existence.SCHOOL amounted, to about, 200000000.By stantial. months from'January,!t 1934 to will prevail except during tie three
June 30, 1934.4 hl* cash balancehadrlsen.to '
Can'tWait: Always:, D Other Assets Listed) June. 1934, and two billion dollars months'
PACE nearly $1,800,000.000an
SETS THE for the twelve '' from 12
months from 'EggplantTrimmed
0 I. If a growing school la'a sign of -an ....* oEabouti$1,600,000- So, muchyJTor the first group of July, December
1934.I to' June 1935 How large a cents a pound to .6 cent from -
reveal"that then 000. If this gain \In cash Is deducted assetsthose which will eventually -
Insurance records more people die of over a. growing. community deficit did the Government!\ actually 1 following! March 3L
from the ,'increase in the be available for reduction of the '
Stark.. growth must not be .aa >groa
eating In'one year than of starvation in twenty years. Sounds National I have for the six months from The Wgher.Urlff. will be active except -
low as it sometimes seems to ,public\ debt thcmnet; Increase becomes debt. 'There Is also& a second
months.
,like this ,talk ,about the wolf at the door is just an idle rumor those) of us who"we too close,to $4,400.000.000, instead ,of group representing assets own. January Some of to'June our ,plans'1934T moved: into Okral for Reduced the four from 40 per cent

0 have a good perspective ofthe, sit $6.000,000.000. fi ed by agencies which are in part action more slowly than had been ad valorem to 20 per cent from December -
claim uation. t'we have another cash drawer financed by the vale of their own 1 to following May 31. The
Scientists that all of us who pride ourselves on our anticipated; emergency expenditures
obligations to the In this&
registration at the In the'Treasury' In addition to public during
Opening except
day were accordingly'less than higher,duty prevails
hearing are deaf to certain sounds. Most males seem'to be group belong the-Federal .Land
d' < the drawer which
show.ahUoet,100more carries working
? high school here our bad been forecast, ana the deficit the specified period.
particularly deaf to calls for help from the'kitchen. .. students than were enrolled balance. This second drawer J Jwiu I I Banks and other similar agencies. for this period"''was about three Peppers;,Lowered from 2,4 cents

o- !at tbe'smetime,, last year. It call the "gold1 drawer. In It .I These assets have a somewhat different billion dollar instead of .Ix. Authorliatlon .a pound to "1.B.cents from January
Idt might be argued that consolidation .is the very large sum of $2,800- status They (iwlll ''not be has therefore been r1 to April SO. The 2.4 rate will be
A invention determines the freshness of fish available
new by as will those In the first '
of schools: Is& the reason, for the Increase 000,000. representing !"profit" resulting carried forward Into the new fiscal ,effective except during these four
electricity. What's wrong with the old-fashioned method of but Bradford's .cho ls'have from the change in the gold 'i'I'ouP. for reduction of the National yea to spend the three billion months./,

using the nose '' been consolidated fo;'.om. 'tlm.' ,, content the dollar. Practicallyall while debt. But we may note, which were not spent In the period Squash Duty trimmed from l.t

4I 7'o and there is no way. to account for of thto'"profit"', the Treasury we are that takingInventory of from January to- June,' 1934: plus I I cents a pound to 1.2 cents from Df I
-I;y this sharp,increase ,ln :registration holds In the form of gold and' sliver. our position the Government'sshare the added provision for cember.l through May 31. The old
drought re-
Ta a)' A recent survey showed that Florida has many residents than ,by attributing to" natural The rest to 4n other asset In the net assets ofthis sec lief. 1.0 rate will be active except during

I who are worth more 'than $100,000., Funny how none of growth of the community: Gold Profit Total r3300.OOO.000 ond group has Increased, by $704.IOO.OOO .- 0 9 the designated six.months pe-
Those who spend" all of their I do not propoa here to subtract during the present Admln- riod.
,them are ever around when we want to borrow a couple of stratlon. '
time within the limits of'a certain this 800.000.000 from the net increase -

dollars. town are less likely to noticeUsgrowth ':.of "$4.400,000,0000 In the We may also note;'outside of the From Other,Pens' for
.. Former Storks pc
'' 0 I I' n\ than'a,person- who Is National debt-. ereby reducIDI'the present Inventory, other'very' realand .., ..,1' .

"; Depriving a criminal of sleep fs ,a' frequent method of away for awhile- and' Men returns. figure to leOO.OOO,000. And tangible assets in the form of Attacked In Miami\
How many times has some one remarked the reason why I do not subtract it better roads, better housing..huge .-
: execution in China. They'd have a'hard time killing some to ;you about the changes &to thisi For the'present this $2.- new dam and power plants, modern PRAYER' A former ;;Baptist pastor of

rt: members of our younger veneration if they got in jail ,over ocally-changes: that you had not 800000.000 to under lock and key. public buildings and other pro- Give me a good digestion Lord Starke was recently attacked IB

there. noticed Until they',were called to Most, of It, by authority, of Con- ects which financed In; whole or And also something to digest :Miami and has been under the pro
r your attention. ,But the growth of gressto segregated in the socalled !n part by Federal funds, have Increased Give me a ,healthy body. Lord tection of Miami police, according

: o I our school-that to something tangible Stabilisation Fund, and for the the ,real ,wealth ,'of, the And sens to keep it at Its best. to a Miami Herald news Item. The

The Lake; Wales News says to ask yourself what' kind -'.omething we can, ...- ,It is presents we propose to, keep It country.: Give me a healthy mind good Lord Miami newspaper said Rev. Blanchard -

7 f of a place your home town would be if every citizen was ""just a healthy sign. there. But I call your attention to Finally, to complete the pictuA, To- keep, the good and: pure Insight D. Law. who (la well knownin
the fact that ultimately we expect It needs to be pointed out that the Wednesdayearl
like me. If we asked that" some of us might be ready to pack HONOR AMONG THIEVES GOES this "profit" to flow back into the Government has, in addition to Its Give me a mind that is not bound Starke, left Miami destination '

t up and' leave. "Honor among thieves" seems to stream of our other revenues and public debt, a contingent liabilityon That does not whimper. whine 'yfor an out-of-state conference at po-

'_'0 ,be a thing of the past. Almost thereby reduce the National debt obligations Issued by;the Home and sigh. following which his attackers .
dally the press carries reports of ,W then Owners' Loan Corporation and Don't let me wory,over much. lice headquarters In
have in effect two by church
p It'is reported that women make ninety per cent of the I and several other
met their About
gangsters who have cash,drawers in the Treasury one the Federal Farm Mortgage,Corporation. the'fussy thing called I.
attempts to smuggle goods by the United States' custom'ol.ficers death when pointed out to the police containing our'working balance, I But these obligationswere Give we a sense of humor,.Lord; members participated. theGreaterMlamlApartment

They just can't resist trying to pull the' wool over by a member of their own which,to $1. 00.000.000 larger than Issued in: exchange. mortgages i Give me grace to take a Joke J. R- Keyton president of House
rang or a companion who they 4 on homes and To get some happiness out of life :
some man's on March' of last year, and the farm; cons of the
eyes. tad trusted. ,And pass It on to other folks. ueoclaUoA'and U. member
other ,containing ,;, $2.800,000,000 servatively appraised at values ,,in y emon
o Up until this time rat-faced gun-; representing the ''"profit" on de- excess of the amount' of' such ob- I Author' Unknown. pulpit committee of the which Lear

Upton Sinclair proved that people :appreciate anything Men have been ''romanticised as valuation.. But ti addition'to cash Igatlons.. '*" City Baptist& Church of The Herald .

they have to for. He having a code of their own: they drawers,w*' alas have a safe., And f i*'' INTERVIEW WITHA FARMER was putot'\mtn Sunday. left
pay charged admission to his'political Turn .to New Fiscal. .Year. \; said, sal*Law and btu wife
would no more think of turning a In that ,safe ,we.hav LHow's
speeches and 'the people,gave him the Democratic) nomination pal over to the police than they valuable 'securities=securities some very con. From this .urvey'o flour' assets CyT- ': things on the. farm by motor car, stating they would

1a, for: governor In California. would think of placingthemselves toting, of notes and other obligations and liabilities-thto 'inventory' of ,"Purty good 1,' 2 guess; I don't leave Mr.the Keyton state.was' quoted a* stating

o behind bars. But, It seems that held, by various agencies in the Government's financial:. position know for certain until Z hear from asked to resign
that Law was
even gangsters" have their price which the Government ,has an In : at the close of the,last fiscal tendered -
One New York department store came out with a newspaper and this fact &Is being used,by, oprators Iciest' year on June 30-let us turn now Washington"Hear from, ,Washington last week.' H* said the to pastor be effec

': advertisement saying that it had cancelled all of Brooklyn armored to the new ,fiscal year' beginning his resignation
custom- a I Mr.
A A complete statement of the net "Yep They keep the books I Uv September ::. Thto sala
ers' debts. Other places haven't advertised it, but'they men- truck company; who were recently assets of this kind has never, before ,Jllly 1. JNf We find that In July get a quarterly'report,on how ,rye Keyton., wa, turned down by w-
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and
., robbed of $427.000 ,by a machine August, the first two month been, .'*' declaredthe
cIoIDI'2."How
been'pubU.bed the Government. \ then
by which
tally "
,cancellety,, some debts years ago.; squad. The truck company of this new year the Government'sxpendlture '' congregation '
gun cropcY i Law.
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: I am giving out such a ; : T' pulpit' vacant. Rev
: rewards .totaling, $83- .. continued:: to"exceed
a ts offering
statement this& evening for publication Everything looks purty fair, hto& last ..
w- Scientists say that Intelligence In humans is the ability to 000 for. information- leading to arrests la ,tomorrow,morning's newspaper ts revenues and hence'the. Nation although-1 wouldn't. know very day .. and left tolavieitarel-
al debt continued to Joe....... But
'nr solve' problems. That would make the fellow who invented will' ,j, *.'From newon:: I will da thisregularly this had been anticipated.'; Let us much about 'em""You ? atiV so, .th* West Coast returning

;. 'hash"pretty,smart. ,He solved, the problem of.'what to do with doubt Such cause Sa1 tempting some erstwhile/'hon-sum .no I tug I so W one order a,,'that month.you. I can am do-always not the landmarks ,by
4r' what,was left;over'from the day before. orabl.- 'thief to "put the flnge>C: have access to an accurate have been charting our'course.: : -Nope' 1'don't bother with d*> His attackers,whose names were
on a pal and give Informationusing I The President estimated In his& tails'no. YOU met him W
1" 0' full-and up-to-date account of the mqre'" see,the gov not-revealed by pots
L' the arrest of the perpetra- first Budget :Message to Congress, drug
flnaacU position of our Govern ernment's got a brigadier'general chance '1Ue.daynight at a
gi Hitler" recently said' "Believe melwe'shall never<< fight ton 'of this', record-breaking .rob- I ment., !. : that the National' deficit Including .a retired naval officer and a coupleof store In Miami a* the pastor 91'8 T:

again except fn self-defense. 'We will not, sacrifice the life of bery. > AsaM aNew ,both ordinary and) eme..eDCy.xpendlturea. college 7,//pl'Qt...... They've on his way 'to a meeting with hi*
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German to get colony in the world" If is It Is hardly to be expected that 1.905,000.000'Tbe would amount during taken all tae responsibility, off. my friends of. the congregation In till
any : any !? ,Adolph. a asaeta'I .
the
moral' perverts who so flagrantly am now describingmay six months from :January: to shoulders." : : *-> office of Dr. K. S.- courtc nesrtyDr. -

.man.of his word., it. .will. save otheinattons. a'l lot of. worry., violate all laws of society in rela- be classified In two groups June 1934, to about six billion dol 3.--Got hs old. farm paid for. Cousin "; Interceded and! tork tw
; 0-.._ Ion to;;other'people should have The first &1'O'Ip'COIUdata of assets lars. He also .estimated that the CyT' ... 1: .- pastor,to'hto offlc Police wenand
elaborate code of,,honor .of agencies which-are wholly owned deficit for the twelve months from 'f the
Says the Punta Gorda Herald r Most housewives who any' very ."Shucks! '' :'don'tlworry, about called and took the pastor
with each other. by the Government and July 1B34. to June 1935 would be
in their dealings wholly the mortgage no more; Uncle Sam! two,,attacker to headquarters
read it probably got a good laugh out of a recent magazine TIle sooner they are bribed a,Into financed with Government funds about two billions" TIM total deficit looks after that I' don't ; even "Mr Keyton denied f"11. then; ;

N? article in ,which the author said that "every woman should betraying: one another the sooner !In. this group"belong the Reconstruction thus forecast for the eighteen ,know what the mortgage BOOM was any* dissension ID'Lb S t uttasHe J

spend at least ten minutes each morning' healthful exer. will this harrassed world become a : Finance Corporation the months from January, .1934, to day when the government men Mm offered to provkte P
better. place. In which to live. Public Works Administration the June. 1936--th* eighteen ,decisivemonth .around, ru ask:'em. just for fun." for ReY.'t Law ,until the PsD
cise. After the average woman "gets through sweeping. ...- Expert-Import Plinksad a number In which the federal Goveroment Industry and Labor. ,. could leave tile City sad Its" Lew

:dish-washing, ironing scrubbing mopping, bed-making and The United States toad*' .the of other agencies financed entirely expected: to be called upon : left the CODfenaee with him sad
world In number of miles o* high by th* Government Between to meet t both tIN heaviest expenditure later' secs, oa
1'-
''a few other such 'duties, she thinks she''lucky:if. she 'can rPsycotogtats and surgeons are In lac than as hour wIWr"
sit down for ten minutes i frays with 3JMXTW.,white ,'Russia March 4 of,last year and Jon 10 for relief of uaemptoyMnt !the most human of......"-lxdkfoynUtaa. ale.way' north by motor' _ear
and rest. i in second with. X.aaa.toa, of this the nut .increase In the a*. and tM luges 9nditare A,', ". '* _. ". >
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