Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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j ished 1877 Subscription--For Year, S1.SO; Six Months, 75e-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews. Editor and Owner


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"Police headquarters! Give-me :-girl' story waa as follows: SOON COMPLETEAT SOLICITORS BLOW- APPROVES t'i k, '.

police headquarters! a very agitated She had boarded a bus In New WHILE DOLLARSGO .

young woman wearing- : York and was well on her way to

hard, metallic look was shoutingInto St. Petersburg before becoming '
CASE After collecting $1 a piece from
JACKING the telephone at a local drugstore aware that everyone on the bus, KINGSLEY twenty Starke business men for DEAL REDISTRICTING

last afternoon.Her the
early Friday Including driver was a dope for t
advertisements on a
hands shook so that she could addict. She had had a miserable program -
$2,300 Worth scarcely hold the Instrument.At trip. Numerous threats of bodily a revue supposed to be staged Second District
ook Colony Shows here tonight, a man who gave his ProlongedBy
the> other end of the line the harm had been made against her
From name as B. H. Griffith has not Amendment
Of Liquor telephone operator was evidently and finally she Had been put'off Steady Building been!' seen or heard from since he Company ,
Truck putzled at anyone's honoring the bus a short distance south of Here Falls
Activity was here about three weeks ago.
Starke with the dignity of a police Starke and her baggage was car-
The said he
man was representing -
MEMBER OP headquarters. There was a slight ried on. NATURAL BEAUTY SPOT a Jacksonville troupe of enter WATERMELONS WILL BEGIN HILL PLACING BRADFORD ? '

IEVED WORKING IN .GA.Ltlfleatlon delay. Sweat was running from However, Mr. Alvarez said that MOUE POPULAR YEARLY I tainment artists and an orchestrawho TO COME IN SOONThe WITH DUVAL ,DEBATED w '
'G the heavily powdered and rouged Investigation at the bus station
-II would stage a revue and a '
car 'Congressional., redl.trleUnlr"bill. a
face of the In the twelfth of cucumbersfor ? ,
of a man who hiEd girl drug store. here and In St. Petersburg disclosed Three. new homes 111 soon be dance here a feature of which placing Bradford and Duval ,
She with'her the season was being loadedhere
$2300 worth of whiskey mopped handker- that the woman had her story added to the rapidly growing colony would be the selection of the "most Counties In the same district, drew '
chief. Wednesday by the Manhattan
,Blchardoon-tXIon, slightly mixed.It of summer places on Kin&sJey'Lake popular girl" In Starke. He was to law ,,
Smith "Police headquartersK: Fruit Company of New York one step nearer becoming a c
Hurry! turned out that she the
Itruck just north of **fey wag near here. supposed to return here and distribute Tuesday when the Senate passed
Please!" she shouted again. fiend. She had been all City contractors for a large acreage -
made In Jack- dope right A bungalow .la Bearing comple- advertising matter several
ago was the measure by a vote of 29 to 7
eeks Monday by George, ai The few, patrons in the drug when the bus left New York officials tion on the north side of the lake weeks In advance of the date set In Bradford County this year and sent It back to the house with ,
Ue store looked at the girl in wonderment said but become frantic A marked Improvement In the
of the truck as for Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence of Bos- for the entertainment.It a minor amendment said to be &(-,
i, driver forget the face I of "Call 88,'" one of them sug the effect of the dope wore off and ton, Mass, who plans to spend her has since been learned that quality of the "cukes" has been ceptable to the lower body.,

_.never_ _,hn held me up and took gested.. It was the residence number her supply of the drug was ex summer here. C.. J. Powell is the Palatka and Crescent City business noted sine the heavy showers several The' bill met with, much opposition l. ..fir
IIJIUI ck"away-- ----at- -the -point of asa I of A. L. Alvare. I city- mar hausted. She became obsessed contractor. men have also lost money In days ago, and It III- expectedthat In the upper house and was

pistol" Hayes told SherI shal. with the Idea that' people on the Another bungalow' 'Is being built the same scheme. Revues and the better quaUty will resultin not panned until the Senate after
bad been "I want a detective! A detec- bus were making threats! against dances scheduled In those the company extending somewhat -
Epperson who by F. C. Holllngsworth, real estate were nearly two hours of heated debate
I: tive-police!" the woman shouted 'her life the driver and when the period of Its operation
pt'lgatlng the case. The man< said dealer at the same site. where cities but when the time came for had beaten off an attempted ,
"RedID as soon as the receiver was liftedat he stopped just below here to pick the entertainment the "artists"did '
sed of the robbery' i* a ,home of his i was l recell tly de- here.Under amendment by small county Senators
who Is said to be a mem- the other end of the line up a negro passenger who was stroyed by flro. Tn<) new place is not show up. the terms of tho contractthe to reinstate the) present Second ';

of the gang that is wanted for But Mr.. Alvarez was net. at standing beside the road the girl being built over the, water, company furnishes seed, fertilizer I District and to create the

of hi-jacking near home., slipped out of the car unknownto and hampers to the growersIn I Fifth District by cutting the
Jar' cases A two-story house for D. 1\: Dell present
ilblne, Ga. The woman seemed at a loss to him and made her way backto of Gaineivlllp Is nearing comple- ASK LOTTERY exchange for one half of the I Fourth District in''two. The

know what to do. By this time she Starke. crop. They then pay the growers25c I amendment was offered by Sena
known yet whether or tion on the lti..c.te of the lake. '
is not will be tried here folg was trembling from. head to foot. The doped woman soon caught a i Kingsley, Increasingly popular, To For 40a and 75o per bushel ham- tore McArthur of Callahan, Adams
BufkIn Pay
extradition and trial inda Although curious and anxious to ride to St. Petersburg Mr. Alvarez I every year with sunupor vacationists per, according to grade, for their of Jasper and Parker of Mayo.

his courts. help If needed, none of the bystanders said where she doubtless found la recognised. one of.the half of the crop.Watermelons Senator J. M. Mann of Lake But

truck driver said that Buf asked questions and'the waiting for her the bags that had most beautiful lakes-n'Florida. It AGE PENSIONSSEEMS In the Brooker section ler, representing this district, vot

ailed? to him from the side of girl volunteered no Information.A been left behind. She refused to ,I Is almost a perfect circle' : In shape, are reported to be looking ed against the proposed amendment t

oad and thinking that he was few minutes later the marshal take another bus, the marshal said has a white sand.'bOttom and In fine and It is expected that a few keeping the Second District

kind of danger, he stop- was seen coming down the street becaus she was afraid they were surrounded by a ,sand beach.It will be ready for shipment in a Intact and voted in favor of passage +'

i>me bandit then ordered him and was pointed out to her. all "working together" against Is set down between gently slopIng TO HE ONLY week or ten days.OPEN of the bill as received from a
The Told later by Mr. Alvarez, the CHANCE FOR the House.
if the truck at the point of aI hills whose sides are covered
I, drove the machine ,to i iy a with moss-draped ,oak, magnolia OLD FOLKSTALLAHASSEE SEASONON Senator Adams opened the fight *,

made country away road with abandoned 185 cases of It WELFARE ACT her.'OVERRIDE bay and- sweet-gum., c.....trees., ., -Unable to find revenue, May 23 sufficient(FNS) FISH STORIESGET form for the tho In which amendment House it measure reached by ,chargingthat the In Senate the

key. "LES to; finance pensions for Florida's OFF TO A FLYING START was designed to defeat for reelection ''

-. Meets House Roosevelt'sBONUS TRIUMPHCOMES aged, the legislature has turned to WITH TWO GOOD ONES Congressman R. A, Green, j
ILLIAMS STOCK a proposed state lottery calculate the
of Starke who now represents
One of the moat remnrkuble fish
TO RITZ FOR to produce $10,000,000 annually or Second District him ill
by placing
stories heard In recent months
VETO TWO-DAY RUN enough for pensions and a generous ., was. In the. district with Duval County, '
the one reported this week of a
APPROVAL surplus for the general fund. I "
PLAY HERE IN SUNDAY, *e'contended. that a Jacksonville)
.hand to hand struggle between
TENT NEXT The lottery, resolution, subject man could not ably represent his
.Le&:Mlaerables," the film that to approval by the voters as .an Charles Darby and a sevenpoundblack district bY.
WEEKe FATE OF PATMAN BILL a farming territory. ,
WOULD PLACE RELIEF baas! In the waters of Kings-
Is being hailed as a,, masterpieceof amendment to the constitution Speaking against the amend.
Williams Stock Companyopen SPENDING UNDER the screen by critics: in all partsof would be submitted at the general ley Lake. ment, Senator Beacham of West j

the big tent show seaIn STATE BOARD SENATEFlaunting the country, comes"to the Ritz election next year If It receives the Mr, Darby so the story &' Palm Beach, said! "Congressman

Starke Wednesday of bet President Roosevelt'il. Theatre Sunday for a twodayrun. necessary two-thirds majority of had hooked this fighting/ Green has been quoted as saying ,

t for four big days of fun and The House of Representatives by that the, Patman It Includes.. fcvforgettable: both the house and senate. Greatng of the tinny tribe and had 0..1 that If he was placed In a district y w'

|ment presenting new mu'* an' overwhelming 83 to 4 vote Mon personal warning bonus bill invited portrayals of Victoe'rr1ugo's'dharractere .; what would be known as the fully played him until lie with Duvet County' he*.'would run 4

comedies, new dramas, sing- day recommended to the Senate $2,200,000,000' the by Frederic March and Florida Emergency Tax Relief As. within a few feet of the boat. At for Governor. Let him run-that

dancing: and good music. It passage of the Social Welfare Act, House"disastrous of Representatives consequences Wednesday Charles Laughton, stars of the aoclatlon,,, it authorizes this agencyto this point tho fish,. by some quirk I will be a good way to get him out' P.

ported that they are carryingorus by which It In planned to set up overrode his veto 322 to 98. film.The conduct lottery throwing In the< got rid of tho hook but was so ex- of politics. If his record Is not

of beautiful girls and allC machinery for state administration thus theme of the story la "man's lar&er,cities at least once annually. haunted by his fight at the 'other I good enough to meet the approvalof
The Issue placed
Is specially arranged for of all welfare and relief mat- to was the Senate where Inhumanity to man" and MarchIs Sponsors explained the resolu end of the line that he could not the people of Duval County he 4

play. Special scenery, ward- ters. The bill proposes $100,000 a squarely the battle up will probably turn oa seen as the hero Jean Valjoun Lion In the following joint state iwlm away and rolled over on his should be beaten." t

s, and light effects are also year administrative expense appropriation votes. Debate will who spends five bitter years in the ment:' back to take a good deep breath. Senator Parker, speaking for the

led to be borne by the two or three the vote there Until galley. of a French prison ship for "The lottery amendment to the The fisherman knew that this amendment urged the Senate to 1

the cast are quite a few thatlell state for the purpose of matching probably time delay the theft of a loaf of bread and constitution is introduced with the pause was only momentary and cut the present Fourth District In M,

known to Bradford Coun- Federal relief funds. The some President today.in his veto said finds his whole life shadowed by Idea bf providing the necessary that In a few seconds the fish two and "leave us alone In the Sec-

Imer taZone, Marie LaZone. Under provisions of the bill, that the Patman bill calling for this petty crime.Thursday funds to pay the old age pensions. would be heading for deep water ond District. ;

Lee Allen, Mayblossom and Florida would be divided Into In greenbacks and Friday of next No other reasonable source has yet so he dived overboard and grabbed Senator T. O. Futch of Leesburg/ i

Mayblossom Elmer Lazone twelve social welfare districts. vided$2,200,000,000 method pro. week the Rita will show "Go Into been ,suggested An old age constitutional the trout with both hands, swimming a native Bradford Counties observed i"
a "deceptively easy Your Dance the musical film amendment already has back to the boat 'with the
n, Pearl Austin, Dick Mason Bradford County would be placed of He said it constituted :
ile Mason, Cecil Simmons l, Ina In the Fifth District with the following payment.invitation to start the print- featuring the first appearance together passed the senate and will prob- prize and depositing It safely In "It seems to me that after alli
othersyou Nassau Baker an of Al Jolson and his wife, ably pass the house which provides the fish box.Another from
, Vlnaon Haddock, and counties: ing with the ultimate "sky i I these years of electing a man ;,
have seen In person. Union, Alachua, Clay Putnam, St. rocketing prices" and "destruc- Ruby Keeler. The stars are sup- that the state can appropriate story Is told by Marlon a district by the width of his hat ,

. LaZone has bought a brand Johns and Flagler.The tion" of savings. ported by a strong cast including money for this worthy cause Gatlin who says that one day last the length of his necktie the back

tent that will be, absolutely administration of all social I I Should the Senate refuse the Glenda Farrel, Patsy Kelly and The lottery amendment only follows week< he happened to be passingover bone of the state, Central Florida. ?

tr proof that will be erected onCarl welfare work in the state, Include two-thirds majority necessary to Helen Morgan. It up and provides ample some speckled perch at a time Is entitled to some consideration." t

I Knight show. loU::. Every: Ing Federal relief activities, wouldbe I, override, early work on a compro- Tuesday night Cash Night,, the means to pay these pensions."It when they became overcome by anrrestlble Striking bitterly at the amendment ''AA

g new from front to the back vested in- a board 'of seven mise partial bonus payment Is ex Ritz will show "Village Tale" with will probably pay into the urge to leap Into the air he continued: "All that the*

will be far the most beautifulIt members three of which must be Randolph Scott and Kay Johnson. I old age pension fund not less than Two of the fish landed In his.boat, I' proponents of the amendment seek

ever to be erected in Starke: women. Appointments would be pected. The theatre management announces 'I $5,000,000( per year and a like Marion says. to do la to keep their own district ,

itch for the ad In this that Bargain Night will amount to the general revenue intact and keep a congreasman-at-
paperthe citIzens
made the Governor "From ---- --
by To Complete 28 be held each week on Friday night fund which la sadly In need of
window ads for the open- who sincere interest I i iI Sam le large rattling around the state at
date. There will also be a" knowledge possess and ability consistent Work on the In com pie ted and admission will be twenty I money. In securing the money Tax large representing nobody about s

itlful Bed Room Suite of fur- with the responsibilities of this stretch of Road 28 from Shell I cents each with program. It will from these sources no one will bo Tax Collector C. A. Knight was as useful as a fifth wheel on a

re given away at the big tent, Board members would Bluff to Bunnell will be started In not be necessary to have a part. Injured and revenue will be provided reminding citizens this week that wagon just throwing away an extra

ctt for this date. position.receive compensation. but August, It was announced last ner. Matinees will be held every for those whoare a legitimate his tax, books close Saturday place on Congress." a1
a would be allowed expenses not to week. It la expected that completion Thursday afternoon during' the charge upon the state." June 1. after ,which date he will Senator Futch also objected to r

Attends would' of this stretch will materially summer. I begin preparation of the delin- having Lake County with Its! "cit.
Assembly exceed (1,200 They
year f> It Is never later than 0 o'clock
traffic will be
terms, Increase through quent tax; list This list published rue and sunahin placed In the
M.<< Davis left Tuesday for be appointed for four-year ,' Starke over this road which forms According to an English, scientist InSan Marina'a tiny republic la during July and the tax same district as Nassau with Its ,

seed. Ohio where be will at- a "stagger1" system being emPlOY-I' a short cut from the Northwesternpart every man Is worth $8,000 to Italy where the day Is divided Into .. .sale will be held Monday August 'crawfish and crabs V
UM General Assembly of-thbyterlan ed.. of tile State to the East his country at. the time of his quarters and DO'clock ever .5. Tax payments have been "fair", Senator KeArtbur'' declared; La

Church: In the UnitedHe -. Coast birth. ,strikes more than six strokes. Mr Knight says.Scouts "We resent having Duval County ,"

was elected as a cam I -- ---
Mann-Wants AdviceIn dumped In our laps. The congress-//
loner by the Presbytery of To Meet man from the district would have r
h Florida. The Assembly is a recent letter to this newspaper -
to Duval County all possible
' up of commissioners from Senator). M. Mann\ urged All boys who are Interested In favors either for
to gain support,
hundred and five Presbyter-; that the people of his district advise II Legislative Proceedings I keeping' the clout Troop alive here Congress or governor." ,.

the United States and its 1sPOMesslons him of their wishes In con nee- are urged to meet at the Woman'sClub It appeared that about the only u'

and foreign mls.tlelda. ion with bills referred to committee building _Monday D.t.! at small county Senator who was

.The -Assembly wUl be' of-which- Is a member.. Senator HOWARD W. HARTLEY) the blame on shoulders other than. excise taxes, such as levies on cigars T:30 o'clock. R. F. Wheeless Scoutmaster hasagreed not afraid of being placed la the "
fol. to serve as
on for committees are as By
six Mann's
and will
days cigarettes, luxuries and same district with Duval County tl3
their own. >
upon many Important mat low.: Public Health (chairman), FNS Staff Correspondent : taR uoques- amusementsu for the troop and some interesting was Senator Black of Alachua
Attach and Control Because the sales is Activities are being planned for. the ''
Appropriations TALLAHASSEE. May 23 (FNS) The schools came to Tallahassee County. He said: "This bill has ;S
of Legislative Expenditures, tionably the predominant, Issue in future.
I with a request for a $10.000,000 been before the assembly since
Attend Executive Communication., Insurance -A two percent general sales tax. Tallahassee today this correspondent 1931 I j6
Air Meet annual budget, based on ,teacher represent a purely agricultural
see from here the Judicial Re-apportionment levied exclusively for schools and I has undertaken to present an units! and uniform term. Educators -Mrs Blltch Appointed section and this bill places'
Meet in Palatka Sunday were! Legislative Re-apportionment. Prisons brought forward solely because administration Impartial review of what has hap- presented to legislators reports Word has been received here my district In the Congressional id

Stockwell H. C. Wall O. C. and Convicts.! blocs In the house and 'pened and how this form of taxa- showing that this sum was that Mrs. Skins Kits Blltch. widow District with Duval.: The people G
.- to to be written such of J. 8. Blltch, former superintendent of senatorial district want to r
*er. Bert Busbee Mr. and senate 'have refused to divert tion now seems likely needed to finance 'a program my
\Y. H. Hart Mr. and Mr. N. Occupied the school budget the seventh cent Into the state's tax structure.At and to overcome: revenue losses of the State Prison Farm, has be la the Congressional District
Camp of the adoption been appointed superintendent of with Duval County.' W* are not
| 'Jr- aod' Mr. 'and rasoliae tax from, the state general the outset sales tax proponents by reason
J. Jpght'. Andrews, -Jr.;. As repuvee Huge brown:' trucb'paa ed I fund. is expected to roar divided Into! two camps one of'''t h* homestead- exemption the Duval County Parental Home. afraid of the people of Duval." ,

of the Starke Flying through her In large numbers this through the legislature during the was the contingent that.favored a amendment. .,f After'the amendment had been
.111'. stocl'weU flew over..Ini week carrying, members of the losing days of the most tempestuous bin that would give bondholders 'a The budget Was duly received ,Visit Legislature :: defeated by a vote of 24 to-11 and

*v Plane, and Mr.. wan red .- Civilian Conservation Corps Camp session in Florida' history.' shar In the proceeds.' The other and the governor brought forward A J. Thomas, clerk of the court, ,I the bill was assured of passage ,
In it.Bunting. and their equipment from Old- Scanning the results of the lat: held to the theory that the schools the first joint financing/ program, lUllS his two children N. D. Senator J. Turner Butler, of Jack
Farmswhere a I diversion of the sonvlll, remarked: "I think some !
town to Penney est shifting of the financing picture 'should be the exclusive beneficiary suggesting the Wainwright tax assessor, and N. )
is being re-occupied. seventh cent on gasoline, one of members of the Senate ar* need
former camp definite con- with surplus earmarked for Jr.
brings but one any < D. Walnwrlght were promla-:
4 4a
Bill Up the men at tax now lessly alarmed about coming Into
It Is understood that fund. the three gas pennies going
clusion, that being what a majorIty the state general revenue eat visitors from Stark !la Tallahassee
bin to Prohibit will be engaged In work to the counties, and sufficient district with Jacksonville I q
hunting in this camp believe Is the Inevitable passage So a number of tales tax bills were I yesterday.
ere County on Saturdays' on lands aroundCrosby; LakerStrickland of the sales tax that has hovered -, introduced and sent to finance and i additional revenue-all from existing ., .-..; r moved Into Jacksonville from a +
I" WU Introduced the ources-to give the 'schools small county and Jacksonville has4I 4I
Into the
i + the sidelines since the session taxation committeespending Road
ure Wednesday by RepreJr' .- convened.on framing of a financial program what they wanted. But,this program Repair I I I been good to me. Jacksonville Is ?

Charley Eo, Johns of :Building for both the stata and the schools. was rejected by the legislature The State Road Department''. about evenly divided on almost

TIle bin WM placed on the A. S. Strickland Is building sev- Moat of the legislature maneu- Sentiment of these) committees, because of the unwllllngneM has begun repair. on the portion of i very public question and the 1

*r' without reference.' eral small bungalows for rental vering has been, conducted solely until the,, last week or ten days of many counties to surrender any I Road 48 within the city limits of ''chances: ar* the small counties will ..w

--. ;. purposes on his property at Klngs- on efforts to avoid the responsi- been overwhelmingly against portion of their gasoline tax In- I Stark: This stretch of road was elect the congressman right on. "
has '
hstaunnts -In Lake. Moat of the lumber la bility for the sales tax. GovernorSholU sales tax. Pol- come. taken over by the state under a If a Duval County man should b*
TorlT operated ley form of general
dislikes the odium. So does any followed bill at the sessionof elected the people or that county y"t
used from a building orig- displayedIn This refusal was by passed
tLW"htaton' and Cbttor being has been frequently "I
are t of the un.mId. -1 1 inally planned for a hotel! but never played the .school their lobby cards and so as both to ban shift, ley_ unfavorable, reports on special (Continued On Page Eight '' the legislature. would! .mot' condon unfairness.. pv9iWf'

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, .'. ', I Telegraph By. Special Writers Live Community Happenings Items Us,by A/list Tues, Reack N0onI "jII

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EVERGREEN Mr. Keene's birthday.. Judge, 1C K. Ferryman, on MaytOtlv Street,, Stark, Brad- der and by virtue of .Rh'n Ilia t
THERESSA : and and Walnut a Final
RISING spent the for approval of report tha. following of ae'
Mrs. Mary Reddish 1936 County, Florida, Forecloure matin <
ford and
Correnponde .'eM. Mr. T. A. "0.1... CerreapnudeM bet Final This 80th day or *o muchthereof by the Honorable .
Mr*. II. M. McRa, Sites Rfciidii Zelgler. C'f rrposj week-end 'at: Water Oak with oor Isehargs described fixture A Z "JJ
;" April, ) I.I essential to satisfy said Judge of the circuit ejl''<
Paul Glovers ol 11)36.J. n* COMM,.
and Mr and MOTT
;;: Thrower of Jacksonvllle Mr. son and daughter-in-law Mr. M. and costa of execution of name, Jf ,1!
O. A.
;1. Elder W. E. Hall filled his rejp1. Mrs. Administrator, writ and fordBradford '
are'visiting' her parents soda fountain yFl
Mrs. J. Fort Pierce Mrs. Drew Reddish. lowl4 how caned! U """' nidt
Jar appointment here Sunday. !Is visiting her sister Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. '' starling'of 8.8__4t-5-14 ); 1 set of wall fixtures on each eery. dated April aim" 1135: II
Theressa. Mr. and Mrs Buddy cash registers| ) 1 certain cause therein i I
\ to know that little) J. Zelgler at BRADFORD side vt wall; 2 +
i We glad
are of Jack Mr. and Mrs. Shlpman Sapp and Greenwood spent Sunday here aj iv tmriiT "OI'UT. IIIANCKRV.C candy case: 1 wrapping counter 1 between The Fedmal i"K/ peat I
Leo Hill
and Mr. and Mrs. VLOHIOA. IN H,51
LaVon Crosby Is Improving "'OCN'I'Y 16 serving Columbia,
tables flRlntlff.
i children were visiting her mother,, Mrs. Willis safe 4 nerving ; and
to 'be visiting the former1! guests of Mr, and an "" fixture there' Hrownlee and Inei
hope he will soon be able aonville were night I bank Starks Banking chair and all other tlolIRhe'lrt
Mrs J S. Rosier Saturday Florida
from St. Luke's hopital ; parents Mr. and Mrs. George Hill, for a In except 1 radio. ow. ,Defendant, undxr;1
homo In Conservatomhlp. '
brought Mra.. J. Q. Rosier and sons were Starling.HAMPTON Corporation now ALVAREZ who' was therein al'Ilnotd| aI'
he hall of Theressa Sunday. Plaintiff Chief tint Master In .
In Jacksonville where of Police, Channel, -
Starke Saturday. 449
visitors to No. rte
spent! four weeks. Mr. and Mrs Clyd.. Halt are announcing aDd'Jack HIM Ada IVI__... CorrespondentJ. v*. T. MOORE BT Cat AU City of ,Staike. Florida day the ame of June, will 19JB.nil Monday' '
and J. Rosier JAMES ...tG21.1I"STElt'li. during ih.I'I
B E. Q. 5-8 :
..__ I sa'le" 1
u+:- of Ocala anl, the arrival of an eleven- Deeendants.Take hour of before !'
Frank Fountain in Jacksonville, W. and family, and undersignedSpecial *SALLFV e'
Howe spent Friday i notice that the House Door In Starke. pinTu. 1
19. The
sry, Luther Rushing1 of GalnesvH pound baby girl, May Mr and Mrs. Bryant Redding Miss Kathryn Weest spent! the Hunter by the final decree In NOTICE I I. hereby given that un. to the highest and beet llSJj,1
k7 epent the week end here with ratlvea. < has been named Carrie May. Marguerite of the week-end with friends in Leon the above entitled cause appointed end der and by virtue of a Final Decree cash, the. following desirlffMsituate '
and daughter, nld decree S' M
will, pursuant to made and renderedby ,' lying and being
of Foreclosure in
W S. Sibley was a business visitor State Farm, spent Sunday with County.J. during the legal, houra of sale. on the Honorable A. Z. Adkins, County, Florida. to.wli!: Umll l
t Mrs. L. E. Haltiwanger and Ml.. to Starke Saturday afternoon;: his mother Mrs. H. F. Redding. I. Tucker ,of Macon, Ga., who )Monday the 3rd manner day of June, A. D. Judge of the Circuit Court of the In Northeast quarter of RautnwJ
In the 'ot Florida
19J5 sell, o'tit Circuit
transact. lath quarter and
T. K. Stokes of Jacksonville were L. L. Youngblood was Frank and Leonard Cruse spent has been visiting here for a few said decree, to the highest and and for Bradford County In Chan- of Southeast. Northwest quarter, quiZ air
visiting relatives here Wedneada Ing business in Starke Saturday Sunday at the State Farm. days has returned to his home. bidder. County for cash Courthouse, at the south at door Stark. t>tth cery, dated April therein 23rd, 1936 lately, In pending that- half of NortheastSoutheast J "11111"and'.. ,t

morning. Mrs. Jack Howe and 'son. Mrs. M. 1. Watterson who t.I I Bradford County, Florida, the following certain between cause The Federal Land Bank east. quarter.quartet of and sonik!
,J, Cartar-Lewlit Mrs. J, J. Zelgler and daughter' Charles, and Dalton Blackburn of supervising the work at the Canning I premises, to-witt Woodlawn and of Columbia Plaintiff and Raymond ter, and East Smithi-nBt half of aJJJ,

4 I, A very' pretty home weddln Ruth, and Mrs. O. A. Thrower were Lawtey were visiting her husband Center, reports "about five NU Lots, of 17 NWW and of 18 of 81314, and Bye: of Crosby signed,,who et al.was, Defendant therein appointed, the under-a* went ter, quarter all In Section of MOUlh..1 qUII'

was solemnized: Sunday afternoon visiting relatives In New River at the CCC Camp here Sunday.SAXTON ; hundred-can.of fruit and vegetables NW4! of SEW. all In Section of NK"4 14: Special Mater In Chancery, to execute hip 6 South ItaiiKe II 21, KJ

c'' when Miss Ida Mae Lewis daugl Wednesday.Mr. I I canned this week. TwP.of HW14 8 S.and K all 2J K went and of\V4 8. A. U Fly. of the same,19KB will, on during Monday the, the legal id containing 160 acres,

4 ter of Mrs. M.\ L. Lewis was a-Iven and Mrs B. C. Holasendott Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Manalre are of NK14 of NKVi of SWVtt all In BBC, day hour of Julie dale, before the Court House with the appurtenanres s,u u
Mr. Russell Carter : in Jacksonville 28, Twp. & B. H. 22 B. And, commencing In Starke, Florida,.cell to thehighest to be made pursuant to mil, r
to door,
marriage and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall and .lr.. W. A. Tyler. Corre.pondat spending: a few days at a point 100 feet Kant of and bent bidder, for cash, ere to satisfy'the same and mh
of Hcllbronn. The marriage children of Starke were visiting this week\!: 8.: A. I. Hy. on Section line running the following described land, situate E. K. PERRY (AN,
ceremony was performed by Elder, relatives here Saturday.Mrs. O. T. Nelson attended church at Mrs. Thomas Dyal who has been Fast and Weat dividing East Section onSUl'Inn lying and being In Bradford 4.J8-5t.S-U."As Special 1\11I.ler In Cha

;; W E. Hall of Green Cove Spring O. A.. Thrower Mrs. J.' J. Kingsley Lake Sunday. the guest of her eon Leroy Dyal, *: it line and 210 SO feet and to run a point of count Florida ,to-wlt> southwest
of a large circle ot, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and for several weeks, beginning thence South and para4- /Rnutheat' quarter or MAHTBH'ilIR, : ,
In the presence of New Jersey 6
Zeigler and daughter Ruth, were said Railway 210 teet. quarter of Section 2. Township NOTICE I I. hereby given ltd J
pr, friends of the bride and grooi visiting relatives in Waldo Thurs children spent Sunday In Sampson has returned to her home here. thence lei with Mart at right angle with South Range 21 Uust, containing -. der and by virtue-of n FIot10ti l .
who wish them much happiness.Death I City with friends. Bald Railway 106 feet thence North 40 acre, of Foreclosure made anti "rent
Viyi '. ...
afternoon. Said
; day with said Hallway 810 with th. appurtenance .1..1 bv the Honorable A. Z. Alt
tlltil ---, I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Padgett and Mr. and' Mr.. E.: L. Hicks were RETAIL DISTRIBUTIONFlorida and feet parallel thence Went' along. Section line 'I. to be made pursuant to said l Judge of the Circuit Court or J
:' visiting at New River last week.' has: 21,607 retail out- 105 feet to beginning Also commencing : tree to satisfy the name and coat Beth Judicial Circuit of Klnrldi.]
children returned to their home in on Section line dividing !v. K. PUKKrrMAN. and for Bradford Countr, In (CM
George Dyal, age 23 of Tampi Plant City Monday after a short C. C. Sumner made a business lets. In 1933 their net sales were Section 28 and 26 at point 100 feet i All Special Master In Chancery, oery, dated April 23rd ID36. Imi I
died, last Wednesday, May IS. lie to Jacksonville Friday., 288804000. employed 33,383 full Kant: of S. A. U Ky. and run South .' 42Bt.8-24. certain cause therein lately 1'0Inll' ,
bls, visit here with their soninlawand trip with said Railway between The Federal I.niul B,
to the home erly parallel
was brought daughter, Mr. and Mra. W. .H. Felton Smith of Starke was visiting time (22,383 proprietors); payroll track 200 feet thence at right angle I' Mte'rEn'.ALeSNOTICE of Columbia.. Plaintiff snil Uin
brother, ,Willis Dyal, and was burIed $30,810,000; average annual and Easterly 200 feet tile II" e IH hereby given that under D. Olcott and his wire Harrlw
G at Antioch Hall. here Saturday. and parallel with said and t>y virtue of a Final Degreeof Oluott, Defendant, the under
xYt the following day -_ ,_. Tuesdaywith earnings per. full time employe Northerly track to said section line, Foreclosure made and renderedby ed, who wa therein I appolntti I
B. spent' Hallway '
Cemetery. Elder C. A. Crosby the Mra. Starling $847; total' reported expenses Went on Section line to the Honorable.- Z. Adkln, Special Master: In Chancery.
of thence
conducted the funeral.He Thanatos, Greek god Mrs. \V. R. Swambom.BOOTSEY'S of beginning. al"o known a* Judge of the Circuit Court of the out the name will on Monday.
considered the twin J67.727.000V 26th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In Drd day of June, 1013
Jeath, was ynof>> Lot 67. Bait Lawtey, per plat Burin,
leaves to mourn his departure brother of Of this number 19,479 are indapendentsr of record; nil being In Section 26, and for Bradford County la Chancery legal hour of sale, before
father Dyal 'of Sleep. BEACH 1,744 are chains; forty- Twp. B H 11 23 13. Also,. North 60 dated April 23rd, 193B In that Court House door. In I Hlnrke, f
j ,' his of Lots 83 and 14 of oeitaln cause therein. lately pending Ida, .*11 to the highest and b.nt
Tampa, four brothers, M.. J. Dya I were guests Sunday of Mr., and Mr. ... danliln, c..o..... : eight sell direct to homes; 180 are feet Hlock of 6 Bit of James M. Edwards Addition between the Federal Land Bank der,. for cash the following desd
of Auburndale. Truby Dyal of Nlcolls Mrs L. J. Norman, company stores; sixty-four utility- to Town of lel't excepting of Columbia., Plaintiff, and O. W. land, situate lying and
( Mills Thelma Gaaklns spent the the Went 20 feet of ; 84 reserved Burney et al. Defendant, the undersigned In Bradford County, Florida, tu
James Dyal of Tampa and Miss Edith Grlffls of Newberry operated stores; 182 of other for roadway. Together with who wan therein appoint. Beginning at tI : ; curnrr
Willis Dyal of Starke. and fou is spending the Summer months week-end at Gum Branch with types. the tenement, hereditament ...ndappurtRnanc..a ed an Special Master In Chancery, I BW44 of NKVi erJI bettlnn I
Misses Mildred'and Audrey >Nor thereto belonging. to execute the same,' will, on Mnn.itay Township 6 Smith, Range .
slaters Mrs. J. N. Surrency, Mri here with her father J. F, Qriffls Twenty-nine are departmentstores H. K. FERRYMAN the 3rd day or June, 1985.; during -i East, thence run Went Zf I
J. N. Byrd Mrs. W, D., Chaney. all : Miss Edith Griff, Romeo Presaott (fifteen independent, four Special Mauler, the legal hours of sale, before rods,' thence South DO n>
+ of Tampa and one daughter Miss and Carson M.' Grlffls were I' man.Mr.. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford; teen chain)'i1170' are five and dime KtflOHT*A for KNIOHTAttorney Plaintiff. the Florida Court, sell House to the door.highest In and Starke beet. line thence of West said 63 quarter 1-3 rude to Sect W.

Margie Dyal of Tampa. In Starke Sunday morning.' and family were dinner guests of tores, (eighty-nine Independent. 0-l7-!t-6.21 bidder, for cash the following de- thence South 20 rude to 110,
+ -. Mrs T. T.' Blackburn Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman of Gum elgbty-one'chain): (Complete.". .Hcrlbed lands, being In Bradford line of said quarter situ II
NOTICE' Of HALO! County. Florid to-wlt thence East 80 rode to Rapt Hi
GUM BRANCH Mrs. Ellery Groves, Misses Mamie Branch Sunday. port' may be had by addressing NOTICE In hereby given that under Southeast quarter or :southwest of said quarter section,, thm
und Mary .Wilkinsonand E. S. Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Crawford 'Roy C. Mundee,. U. S. Department and by virtue of that certain quarter and Went half of South., North 80 rod to point nf pip l i.nlng. i.
).' Miss. .Elizabeth Ilamuge Cor.Mr. writ of execution issued on March went quarter of .Southeast quar- .- West a-4 of NU v, of SB''
Thornton of Lawtey were visitors and son Junior are spending seviral of Commerce representative Jack- 19. 1996 by and under the hand and ter, Section 1, Township 6 South of Section 22. Township S SontlKange !
and Mrs. Carl Dobbs, Lonnli nere Sunday.. days at Plant City with rela onvllle., eal of the Tax Collector of the City Hang 21 Bast. -containing 8d 22 East, and i.onul

and Alton Dobbs all of Raiford, Miss Corns DInkina and E., P. tives., ftOIHR !of-tarke.Htarke Florida Florida: 1* the wherein plaintiff City and of with acre.the, appurtenance Said' sale to with 60 acre the appurtenances, more 01 leu Said. Mlb

;; were v'dtingMr. J. A., Harnag< Dinkins visited here Monday.F. A crowd from'here attended the Notice is' hereby glren to all Uorpenlng'* Drug Store now known ). made pursuant to said Decree to made pursuant to said D
and family Friday night. M. Crews spent! Saturday in party given at the home of Mr,. whom It may concern that I have i* Brown Pharmacy 1* the defend- natlsfy the name and cost. satisfy the ame and roela
ant, I have levied upon and will sell B. K. PERRYMAN, B. K. PERRYMAN,
Mr and Mrs. .E. N. Anderaoi Starke with R., L. Crews and family ind Mrs. H. H. Keene of Gum tor filed final my final discharge report a*and Administrator application to the highest and beat bidder for Aa Special. Master In Chancery. :A* Speelal Master In Chin

were! the guests of Mr and Mrs Branch Friday night in honor of of the Elatate of Caroline derow .;,ash on June 3rd A. D. 1935 during l-26-6t-5-24. 4-2 -Gt-6-24.
,' -
H. Keene Saturday..
Miss Bertlce Norman spent Sat THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Playing

,urday night with Mrs.:,J., E. Anderson -
and Miss Edna Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene were the -
of Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Kersey r ht9tEN ,60Y! weATh dgi t o "envA
; guests "
I e OF YIALlllft! fNb Na'T.tG .81,14Z11tQT{ IOU>; 1'
:' ,. Sunday. >|t '$:". .. .IIA Jtl), A jp itd ,, I % 1 Y 'SNdILO r' ,
the dinner aMti tA1W!
1" Bob Crawford was ," t ,.

*' :guest of Mr. J. S.. Sapp Sunday. """"' 4 SUP! 3"flZ W8 r ,CHANCE

,I'' Mr and Mrs. Tom Stokes and { ea""

children and Mr. Randolph Crosbyall 1 I e n MC q
P. of Jacksonville were guests of
Mr. and.Mrs. T N. Norman Sun -I.
: -

'i'-! day.Mrs.. L. L. Conner, spent the I.:' ..,, of'
5- :

;v, .weekend Shaw of.the with State Mr.Farm.and Mrs. J, F. pw \\ \ ....- aa. : LO 1""' #t, 4' IE'

,4. Mr. and Mrs."Clarence Hutchen- ,
j' son of Rising section were visit. ....".,01 ". 4J\\\\\\ fr'
Sapp Saturday
Ing Mr, and Mrs. Felix -
night. I __
c /
Mrs. L L. Conner and Mrs. Felix ,

{ Sapp spent Sunday at Eustls Flor

I Ida.Mr.children. and were Mrs.guests R. Conner of Mr. andMrs. and .. -.a...... ,rfJrk7il/ll/ ))

J. N. Norman Sunday .... _
I Miss Garnlta Hubbon of Starke, .

t spent and last Mildred week' *with Norman.Mr. Misses. Audrey ;THE MAIN THING- ON MAIN STREET; .'. .. ,By ,JL F. 'Van Zel

T: N. Norman returned

after spending last '
home Sunday (
week, In Jacksonville. BCTTfiRN
.. IT' 1 k KNOW .

S M. E. Crews Correspondent '_ UCDIMO'S flSU MAC CT- .

4: Mrs. Effie Carter-; : and Miss Jew. 'CHAMPION 5 $ r'hc BOMlJTb 76 a PICK Y1 6 a .

..1 el Carter spent Sunday in Max 9UAD BONtP.IN nAn4 ST f '.' cAn GO. "' aARkct

i vilto with relatives. Ta\lN' ,,1 ,, d9MGLL,1' I AH MiD: OUT fCtt 96

Mrs. M.< ; L. Crews and Mrs. A..A. -_- / ,

,, er9ws".of.; the State Farm visited LAD ,

relatives here Thursday. 1CI't. aCMAMPWN .
,e Carl Wilkinson returned to his rUQATUOMQONU '' J14AD >

P4 home la Miami Saturday after a 'bItf:.

: a vlalt here with his brother.. G. D. AMMHr) 1Lur. ,

+ Wilkinson. NCRl10 *i FriMM : I t
R. L. Crews and''family of FlN4' DA1 ldifrGittg D g6ta9

i 'Starke visited relatives here Sun- CQ 4 IOGaEO T4S

day. CATCH at: i*

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter and > BCT4t AT .w.. itlu60lYtlrt0
children of Maxvllle spent Saturday LCMIf' \"A000
"fl her with. Mr and Mrs. Maxie 96110 p -
Carter vsR AMIUM. W w/6r c..
Miss Dorothy Crews of Starke I..I la
pending a. while here with her
grandfather F. M: Crews, I DOROTHY 'DARNTT By Charles McMan

r; Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Is visitingher ,

'; daughter Mrs. N. T. Green InStarke. 1 Ju T SA A1lNIM3LF TALK W 10 0, HOW NAPPENYA NERVOUS Ol-t MAN CAME 1'b Mt ANtl N[' R AN OVER HIr19E1.F.OV8 ,.

: Austin and Hugh Austin MAN RUMPAGE FooUSH TELL ( +II A,;THING ND E IRL.ET M Co>: A !

c left Tuesday for a visit with relatives ssesCOUL 1 ToID W M I MA Dd

.In Jacksonville.
s Mr.' and Mrs. Denver Godwin

bnd S. E. Godwin of Maxvllle were : w .
t visitors here Sunday..
r Miss Beth Wlmberly Miss Ethel

c 'Rlcki.. and Carson M. Grlffls visited .

relatives In Starke Sunday.E. .
1v B. Orlffi of'l't. Lauderdale

ur spent several days last week with

Grlffta., .
Little Miss Ethel Green of .......
Starke is spending this week. herewith .,


Frank Bell of,. Olustee, was a J:.
visitor here Monday,
Miss Myrtle Griff Is, was a visitor "

i :to' Starke Saturday.

and Mr. Wilfred Dinkins
.. Mr.
("J ,.W Miss. Ruth'Murrhee of Lawtey .-...-...' -.. _. C M iawe -..


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I NEW BUSINESS FRONTIERS COMPLETE 1033: CENSUS The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of tho

It has often been said, during, REPORT
WfaterQffice' the past five sour years that tho

way to solve a depression Is to d Following Is complete table i ot O BETTER I BUSINESS FIRMS II i

'velop new frontiers. The only trouble Florida's population as a.nnounced

with that solution In the present by the census division of the department The Telegraph has investigated all the Business Firms listed on this
Adapts! brBKATHICE
depression is the lack of frontiers
FABIR to develop. of agriculture, with con page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its respective -

M.tio.QoldwTa-M!ron en.y-r PtMui* One frontier Is still left, hoi paratlve figures shown by the 19:1D; I line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to

..--- ever-Alaska. Only a minute portion federal census. our readers--they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke {

Branch, They started upstairs, when of Its food Is produced with County 'h6f231035 193C i people.) Try them go in and visit with them-then, you too will place your

NOrSIS: James ,editor Sharon noticed a man, vaguely familiar Its boundaries-the rest must 1 be Alachua ___... 34.36S I K "OK" beside the name of each one. Write-ups covering these various in- n
JnI..pog from Baker ________ ,, 7,149 6.273Bay
forceful de imported Continental U. I S.
f IIOCta1Iy P0" looking entering with a ., stitutions and prepared by a member of the Telegraph staff will appear
the lovely, tective."He's. As a result, a scheme which PER ._*_-,_._ 18.705 12.0J
tired Nancott from his paThl'n officials set upon In January, Is Bradford _?-_ 8,825 9.4C on this page each week. Read these stories and learn about your own

I Shllron by a rusohe had lu the head-waiter from the now getting underway.In I Brevard _____ .14.807 13.2S .1 Starke business people. ,
"' ;
Branch told her.
Job, for River Club,
to her Broward ____ 23,009 20,094
to return Southern Alaska Is the Ma 1 '"
her Mr Solved ,withy "Oh." 'She"realized' the Implication anuaka Valley with 76,000 rich Calhoun _____ 8,337 '7.2E The Spotlight I loESS INC01\lE-II10ItE TAXES Linen Suits Are 1 :
ltO"erlnK '
in n A chart In the New York Times
annl8ter, ( of his presence. "The police acres, which now houses but 117; Charlotte ____ 3.790 4.013Citrus In
,1th Julia Patterson, clueat stenographer was taking notes :families FERA plan !is to tram ....... 0,467 5.51: : Seta A RecordAlbert I presents vivid picture of the adverse i'
dill moment) Branch I Are sure a lot of that Information i : 6.8(1 of effects of rising taxation on the advent of summer It is
any you plant bankrupt farm families 1 1 to Clay .____.___ 7,085 Hartman, proprietor :
r k t In the ?" I our national spending power. Important that men and women j ;
won't get )
deCided to UM on nkardnUside papers Collier ______ 4,785 2,89 The Spotlight, clafms that he seta ,t
should become better acquaintedwith .
But It shows that in 1929 the na
"It HAS pretty far, Columbia __._ 13,298: 14.63
story.k you gotta get out of here" record for Starke In selling the and pressing J
\ left him .t : new tion's income was 81000000000. cleaning !
bad 142,99
she Branch said matter-of-factly. Dade ....... 180.313 He sold .
purpose "Sure. draught beer Saturday. service now being offered by the
off with The cost'of operating all units of
and cone DeSoto ....... 8,150 7.71 p
giver Club Sharon stopped suddenly. Hla nine kegs in the one day, he said, 'Btarke Dry Cleaners. During the ,
the nest morning/ indifference He left the room, the office Dixie ________ 5.850 6.41 government was 13000000000. ;
Now' had become significant 100
ny. calmly annrlnr looking after him suspicious!; each keg containing more than The cost of interest on government past several months this establish- "
door, 11S \
her Duval ...... 174.561 \1&
rll II at bad been .... to her.,"I came here to do you Then suddenly Branch stopped 1 In ,: 53,59 glasses of beer. obligations was 7000000000. As ment has Installed many new unitsof ( I
Julla Racambia _
that tbe night mrois .. a service," she said with mounting stunned astonishment ..-.. 3.172 2.46 The Spotlight, where a tall glass a result, government took $21,000,' modern equipment and is now ; tr ', I;

her bed anger, "but I can see 'now you Bannister, accompanied by Sha; : Franklin Flagler ___ 6.574 6.28 of draught beer may be had for 000,00024 1.2 per cent of our ready to give the beat possible service ,:
world of
Intention In the -
SevenS had five cents, has become very popular Income $6loooooo,000 to customers here. ,:
Chapter word." Branch fell ran and a plainclothes man bad ai Qadsden ..... 26035 29,89 leaving
AND A CULPRIT keeping your rived at the head of the stairs. Qllchrtst _____ 4.171' 4,13 with both local and out-of-town for us to spend.In Nothing Is so cool in the summer ,,1, "

heavily. "Who back, abashed. "I know, she con- Another detective stepped foi Glades ....... ',1.2,887 2.76 patrons The plate lunch there, 1934, the national Income had as white linen suits for men, and :.I,
tinued stormily "you just use people -
down ,
eat composed of various cold meats, man should have two \
aron finely manta ward., "Thanks for coming Mi Gulf '. _____ ,3,096 3,18 dropped to $60,000,000,000, including -, every or ,
her? she. to suit your own purp08e'-&l1d and beer Is I>
ho killed Bannister." cheese, salad meeting borrowed by three in his wardrobe so that he
9,45 govern-
Hamilton ____ ,770 money
ask. you don't seem to understand that with favor In the warm weather have one clean
may always looking
which must be In the
ment repaid
___ 11.405 10.34
flash "Oh that's all Bannti Hardee _
right, '
Is such as honesty. -
a there a thing
We got and fresh. If send them to the
don't know. ter replied airily. Hendry _____ 3.693 3,49 :Mr. Hartman also reports an Increase years to come. The operating coat you
take It that
half an hour ago. "I'm sorry you Starke Cleaners will be t+
office 4,94! in the popularity of llm- of government was $1 OOOOO- Dry you
the Branch said regretfully, "It might Interest you to know Hernando _... 5,211
right up
1'8 whY I hurried noting way, for the NewsRecordand that we have Just arrested :Mr. Highlands __ 10002 9,16 berger cheese, more or less of an 000, and Interest charges on government sure that your suits will always
'Tm working
"The/re look their best.
explained Innovation here. He sold three
In Patterson on a charge of mui Hlllsborough l 8.D83 153,51 obligations
people I don't see any particularharm .
I $20,500,000-I
any newspaper we der." Holmes _.._._ 14,434 12,92 pounds of It Saturday, he says. 000,000. This total,

Patterson house.Unless to work on evpaper Sharon- turned on her heel and "What?" Bannister goggled shim Indian River. 8,461 6.72 000, amounted to thirty-four petr I

get something will the walked down the stairs. Branch ludicrously "There must be Jackson ..._ 35.329 31,90 cent of our national income and PERSONAL.
in town play 13.40 INSHOES left us with $39, OO.000.OOO I to'
a mistake. Jefferson ____ 13.593 BARGAINS
the Bannisteran made a quick movement to stop I STATIONERYPrinted
. up from like ____ '4.253 4.36 spend for the products and son
T "For Inca her then checked himself. He "Would you to see him? Lafayette
.' Sharon the River Club walked upstairs to the open door "Certainly. I'd like to see hlr Lake .._____ 28.032 23,16 ices which make jobs and payrolls, In Large Varietyof
the scene of Patterson's bedroom. Patterson, to let him know I'm standing by."' Lee ___-_____ 16,321 14,90 For and keep our farms and factorlo. Inks and Type Styl's at f'

night"if Baner forward In They left for Patterson's noon Leon ........ 26,560 23.47 going. No Extra Cont. .211..a
the himself was slumped
the papers play up 'H get chair He looked up dully' Sharon noticed Branch looking at Levy ........ ,12,951 12,45 6 THE WHOLE To sum up, the reservoir of Income Bov. u ,
It means you an easy
I available to
[ angle ...... 3,871 4,06 actually our
Branch entered. her, but she turned disdainfullY; Liberty SEE OUR SAMPLER
the paper.'pI as .
UR name In 15.61 FAMILYEVERY citizens shrank from $61,000,000,
Madison ..... 17.090
Patterson did kill her? the detective away.
t can't get into the "but "Why you him. In the room with Patterson, Manatee ...... 32.984 22.M2Marlon 000 to $39, ooOOO.OOO In four year Bradford County s
her asking
he pressed you"You're DAY IS BARGAIN while coat of government
e _____ 20.708,, 29.57 the +
Bannister went to him "Henr Telegraph
an old friend of the With a flash of spirit Patterson up ; DAY AT I
killed' old man, this Is terrible. Is there Martin ___. 4.869 0.11 rose $2, OO,000OOO.
In therePatcry sat forward. "I didn't say I ?
But if I can't get indui+, PHONE: .9
.ly. out of hand. I her. I said I couldn't remember." anything I can do?" He extendei Monroe ...... 13.344 13.62 STUMP'SFor During depression every ,
will get and Individual has bee
_. 0,171 9.37 try every
__ _
turned Nassau
his hand but Patterson
What can YOU do?. Sharon "You've you were very 9,89 forced to retrencu, in order 1 to
_____ 11.653
drunk when came home You away. After a moment, Bannlsteshrugged. Okaloosa
led you '
sharply. balance Income Qo\ i
4,12 make outgo
__ .3,481
.' What could be don Okeechobee
to have
swft1 have been sore
to must pretty
the police
II get ernment has a dIametrIcally -
can pursued
with a man whose whole attltud Orange ....... GS413 49,73
a 1 certain sides of the Investl- hit her __ __. .9.754 10,699 opposed course-It has ral"dIts
elucidated where It ,"Yea't --" betokened guilt, he seemed to hisaying. Osceola The BEST Most ReliableYou
he when tbo
Ian" "Will that be all I?" he asked Palm Beach .-> 53026 51,78 expenses during years

his escort. Pasco _______ 10,051: .r' 10,57 Barbecue Sandwiches. national Income was steadily goIng Feel| SAFE When YouInsure

"We could hold you as a ma I Plnellaa _____ 64,561 62,141 down.
I terlal witness Mr. Bannister," hi Polk -_...---.. 82.080 72.20: Drinks and Short Orders Hare Is one reason why the With Vs.

was informed, "Will you give ui I Putnam ...... 17,984 18.001 country finds the road to recover;; Peninsular Life''

your word to be at our disposal Ifwe. St. Johns .... 11. 98 18.671 TRYHALL'S so hard. Billions of dollars tha

need you?" 3t. LucIe _____ 8.848 7,051 would otherwise be used for pro vR
"Certainly." Santa Rosa ... 15.509 14,08! ductive purposes are going Into Insurance Co.

Sharon was waiting for him out Sarasota ..... 13.761 12.440Seminole < PLACE public treasuries and vast government .

ilde. "Well?" ____ 22.152 18,73! borrowings make the out. Lucian Thomas Agent.

"I still can't believe it," Bannla-- 3umter _____ 10.044 10.644Suwannee I Station look for future tax relief dark
Near Seaboard .
tel': said dazedly" "He couldn'1 __. 16,947 l .73t' I These are facts that political efforts +

lave killed her" Taylor _______ 10.523 13.13C, to minimize the tax problems ''rY9

"Oh Bannister," Branch called Union __ _-_- 5,422 7.42S cannot, bide -

M"'S ile walked up to them. "I thInk Volu la _____ 50,473 42.751 .- -

you're'rlght' about Patterson! Ilon't 1 1 ; IVakulla .___ 6.072 5.46( 1 TUNE IN WHENOul NEW FLORIDA INDUSTRIESAt

think he killed her either.,' Walton ______ ',13.855 14,57( Dade City a rustic furniture< I FOB PROMPT AND

"You don't?" Washington __ 18.867 12.18C factory has been built by Irving COURTEOUS SERVICE
__ 429l 1.468,211 M Austin of Port Chester N. Y.,,
TOTALS -t,1 /
"NoIn tact, -J've: got a pretty u
etA r
leflnite hunch who did." The large loss' inUnion,, Count and D. P. Van Oorden of Oreen-

"And whom, do you suspect?" 18 accounted for by the fact thai Present wlch, Conn., the first order for a THE NEW DEAL

1 Sannlster asked with a touch oi the State/Prison population wai The Pastas That Refreshes. 'carload coming from Chatham, MY. .
lot counted. Red cedar and cypress belnj SERVICE STA.
rony. Each Friday (WJAX)
used. At Hollywood the Seaboart
"You. 9:30: p. m.' Co. another furnIture Ilnbert E.' Priest' '
Sharon jumped as If the word I PLANT CITY-The four new I Novelty ,

|ttlth a hush of spirit Patterson replied "I didn't say I killed her.I lad been an epithet but Bannlser I canning centers set up In eastern Starke Coca-Cola I concern, has opened a factory,
Palmetto -
said I couldn't remember" : took It with ease "In that C&3e Hillsborough County were opened with'Ceo. Barnes the owner. THAT GOOD GUll GAS

really mean anything1' Branch quietly left then started (t suppose should go upstairs and a short time ago and are now hill Bottling Co. stems and woods from turned FlorIda -
MIss ClarIne Belcher hammocks are being
certain toward a room a little further gIve; myself up," he said suavely"It operation,
ivt out names of people demonstration agenteports. Into bandies of various sorts bj:
would save a lot of trouble ... '
Involved. down the hail .
o i may be innocently The FERA has employee ---- a new factory at Crystal River. AI
paused effectively. "If I cant "You can't go In there" a policeman Branch! admitted. I for each center. Havana a branch canning plant) I

t Into the house In time-and said, appearing from no "Come on Tommy, Sharon. jerk a supervisor CONVENIENTLYLOCATED! has been established by Qyp J IT'S SWIMMING TIME 3'

I'', to where. id at his arm Impatiently. "rm from U. S. farming regIons ,
up you. the valley I"roducta.Co.. ., of Chalrts, packing AND
Sharon moment. 'Til not?" ifrald '''I don't appreciate :Mriraneh'e to work producing .TIIA'1'.MEANS A,,
reflected a "Why ; put them Madison under,the LeKo name Port Everglades
''Cor.. Walnut'.61
i" She paused. "Does Mr."Ban- "Body. No one's allowed In." sense of humor. lecessltles. Winter temperature! authority has purchased a PERMANENT: WAVE"
liter know The door opened and Pan Branch looked after Sharon than those GAS OIL
? | In the valley are higher BU.Y YOUR AND second locomotive. City Planlni
"Probably." emerged.; Branch nearly collapsed doubtfully, then shrugged. He'd In northern :Michigan Minnesota, Mill (J. H. .Crosby designer) bas Spiral Wave; .$8, $5, and 17CroqulgnolA

Til telephone him." Parr however, gave no sign .ot attend to her later be promised atc., so there Is no-climate prob FROM turned attention at Vero Beach to Wave $3.50 and +. '

There's no time,",Branch' said recognition but. In a loud voice he ilmself. em. Each family will be> given building church furnishings, pews, ,'11.00

gently! "You can telephone him said to: the policeman, 'Tell th-" Mr. Jordan publisher of "the equipment, livestock, a house and STANDARDSERVICESTA. altars, pulpits, Citrus Cham

BO the house." boss I got all the pictures.". There news-Record, looked up from the forty acres, worth 13,000, whict.hey pagnes, Inc., an August Heckschei
Aa, Sharon's Rolls-Royce'pulledto was a' barely perceptible signal leadlines appearing In his paper can repay to the Government I enterprise, with Selgfrled Wallnei

the gates of the Patterson from Branch for Parr to coverBannister's to see Sharon standing before" bin with three per cent Interest over as president and T, C. Mltchel SHOP

DIe a local policeman on guard room also. Before anyone .;lesk. "You're right Sharon, be" thIrty years. First families start, Joe Sistrunk, MgrrJ. vice president, will soon be In

\the gates stepped forward comg had quite realized It, he' had laid slowly. "It's Inexcusable. id for the valley a fortnight ago. operation In Jacksonville, equip

them to slow down.. "Nc- mapped a flashlight from the Again he glanced at the large The plan has vast posslblhtlea- --..-- neat now being Installed. Money ----i

'f allowed In. door-way. told type. It read: las enlisted the sympathy of many la in hand, reports Frederick C

"ButSharon said quietly. "Say Coroner," the policeman "POLICE QUIZ BANNISTER'PROBE3 ob erver Unurer of Miami, for construction

A gardener was standing next toe jailed "what'll I do with the SOCIETY MURDER" L. SIMMONSStarke it a moderate sized motion picture MEET THE CROWD

officer. He tipped his hat may?". :MYSTERY. Flu.Dumbing Itudlo at Ft.' Lauderdale. At Orlando -
ello Miss Nancott. Old friend of "I don't care. Stick It In the "I knew you wouldn't let your wNER ES'rl a $50,000 plant for making ill

* family" he told the officer.? bath tub,"- Parr yelled, ducking >apcr be used for personal ,spite; lollapslble steel fruit and produce

"Okay. They were.>waved. on : Sharon replied. 'And :ontalncrs will be erected by R. J..
out.Another officer came up. "You "If my paper can't be run dvicntly I J tell, .mechanical engineer, Is reorted. The SpotlightLARGE t

Then a Ford drove up to, the chump: 'That was a newspaper I'm willing to close It up, Electrical'ContractorExpert ., At Daytona Beach a $3-
let and Parr stepped out confl- man." Jordan daged. He snapped the dieograph. 100 Ice plant Is soon to be set up

ra! tly and started to walk The other's Jaw dropped. Then "I want to see you >y C. J. Pllppo, fp

ugh "Where's the body?" he be snapped It shut "That's the Branch.{ ." : Work, ---,.--- GLASS BEER Oa
'lied the me today." Sharon again turned to the ac- RATES P
officer brIskly:. last one who'll get by INTEREST: Pt.ATE'LVNCH with LargeOhw

"Who are YOU?" He stamped angrily. down the count that had brought her down here.,,, 'Quick ServiceREAD Earring miracle, this leglsla- Beer _-__>___-_..;:_ BOo
"Coroner'l assIstant; stairs. Then she threw the paper ore will adjourn with nothinglone 1

Okay'r The ,second officer now on unable to bear any more of It. > toward 'reducing Interest 1s

Parr scooted in then :'continued iU&rer''outsIde; Mrs.: patterson's Branch entered. "Hello chief. ''ate charged by Florida loan

' to the door' of the Patterson room, 'threw a disparaging look Vhat's up?" He had barely harks.. A number of lower Inter TORODE ;t

"I*. "He knocked and'' It", waa after him and addressed Branch acknowledged Sharon's presence. THE e st bills have been Introduced
aned Immediately by'a pollcs"JJ Td like to see anybody like that Jordan deliberated for a monent. Florida'Times.Union nottt of them In the house. All 'Chevrolet Co.

"Coroner's assistant," Parr get by me." be said. .."I'm afraid I've come"to the bllt> one havei been J killed la committee .

Promptly. H, stepped'In. '"So would I," Branch replied, end of my patience, Branch. and the lone survivor was
lVbere'a the body 1TU ". .. edging, into the room as if he did "Goodbye Mr.: Jordan," Sharon called" because the committee ...
he do- aid hurriedly "I promised to meet For lateot Markets \Sports! fourteen
show you." The, ,officer not quite realize: what was end It longer than days
* to lead '' 5 5 mother at the Sound Beach Club. ... a ..-+ without action. '
the TO year taking
R wayu ing. the door. ITP and General N__. SALES AND SERVICEWe : !:
chlnK! the Corner. ** the'ban gay get out of there" Sbe! quickly ducked out every .sii's' s> kigh tts Small loan company defenders
1CGoy. Parr saw a croup of Dl81I'UlrouftlJlng "Doesn't! look like there was a Jordan banded Barnch the paper H* wonder yea sue, at th. will ,Leave .Subscription. at Itempt to Justify their position have ...ln- '''trained'' I jn
It Branch asked "What la the meaning of sssd bark a* UM cldUits.. by .a report of the' Russell Sage _hanle. sod qulpc-wot taglvn >
a maid does ?
and question fight;. within the Watch oat I Ov a.es4lsrrss Caii va>'a Pharmacy' ..
og bar A male his? As far as It can, uadatiot that purports to uphold you the boil servl. obotednale. 1

akin. note,. Branch stenographer and Sharon waa casually.,"She was found In that position Imlts of' the libel law, this story .MSNervoos.. may lead Us.l.cbe.to Olnplss-Maewv > E. CAMP Agent the necessity of high Interest *'

504 WIth' the group. P.rrunob- ." the officer said "Killed at efuses to accept the police explanation todlCMtioa saidst host a.ihar accuse loans are small and the1k PIIONE III
I1Iltvely stole Wrist watch that Patterson killed drtisrbassBVWkjr I Is greet Present law permit
past then. five after eleven. mpleassnt = I .. 1
Toe say they were drunk when then. Coroner said she : fra. Patterson-and practically Dr, Interest totalling forty-two per -- -- -
stopped that Bannister might be o Ke.Mr. T......' and halt
or three
pmehom,?" the have been dead seven uggests _.. cent'a year one.
c1etecallklng must
4 W, 5 the when they found her Involved In the murder. I'm told Jot sae half rUst&zizsZ< I HOME FOLKS\!! SHOULD! IN" cent month.. The only bill The Only Way to Look Clean

,"fen, air. sir. maid; eight hours struck the watch or you wrote the story yourself." ....... .. KNOW WHAT TOURISTS hat stands any chance of pas- and Fresh In the Summer'Time .
wu. the Must have aserted drink I KNOW I* to Have YeurCLEANING m
word of It, Branch .. I the
cut rate towrentyone
raker ot Is to
"Every one
the age
two"Asd _. something. .. ... ..... ....... '
Nr' Patterson called Mr*. .'"The nlghtstand, I guess, proudly. Dr. 1Lllm5 x..... i. .ww BJSl Tb4 per cent a year., PREA81NO "

!lot I10Q an awful name:< couwa Branch said. He noticed an Indentation "Mr: Branch, I spoke te you .... .. ... t..._ Uq.I4" AndLAUNDRY 'V
It, It. have where'the nightstanel" the other day about our Traction & 'hWaL ..... lwr UCllt1LA.Thre. new caning WORK ,
to write rug
: '' obviously" been ,standIng tory. You Ignored my requa.t.There .8.8.,.., ..... DURDEN'SRESTAURANT kitchens are now being constructed *
h'1" butt pe Pattersonherarm Then bad .he looked closely at the is a limit .to- my patience, PML isr ....... : In Harder County, accord- Don AtSTARKE

bard, ou're fired- Inr to County Agent II. L_ Miller.
"lIIIcI raackea ,her, la 'the watch. "Banged It pretty that Ban- ',' DRY'CLEANERS
Instefctic .
what his Branch's
' d didn't she?" I wonder Mrs. Fstterw '{' f 'I t ;
he hit her bard could have been for, killing nlster kilted t' I : Nearly 2,000,000 people wagered
"Oh very ron. reason caused him to lIMe his Moo IN Town : Florida's
le& ha* I. Th* Hew early $35,000,000 on

chrome: ." Branch said to Bhs>; .her, ,"Well?") they were married," the. job. nest What week's lies& tfcrUHng Be ante tostaOment. tread .. ( .f( NhAl\h! 1 T* EAT ace tracks,take"the being past$1,330,000.season, theLair's PHONE U lt

u1lbis Un't philosophically.
getting as atty.u policeman a t
.) +
1 life., "Say,
Suddenly be came to .. l

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4.t;4.'AGfJ FOUR _BRADFORD cotNTY TJCLIJRAP!: STABKJC.FLORIDA ,__ _______. p1DAY_ !aLtY5ocietvI4
\>l"'i I _. --C._ ____ _' __,__ ...- --- --
' .- -- and there sang and Interspersed of seen on the screen why
Gainesville Philharmonic W. M.\ S. Sflver'Tea cherished hymns they had written.
Dr. Jekyl and Mr. apJ
Society Appears TonightThe A most enjoyable affair took FAVORITE Such characters as Martin Luther You are Invited Hyde 1r,
afternoon from Chas. and John Wesley, Bliss, to visit
place Wednesday
r Fortnightly Music Club Fannie Crosby and some thirty Ion. The room I Is ?
closes Its. season with a reciprocity four to six, at the home of Mr. RECIPESOF cool ? '
circle others were shown spiritual atmosphere
program here tonight (Friday>)> at and Mrs. 1. A. Davis when warot
eight o'clock at the Woman's Club) number two of the Woman's Missionary The Bible study brought was welcome awaits you.Florida's .
,. Auditorium.The Society of the Methodist from the 17th Chapter Acts, a .
" for the evening Is Church entertained at a silver tea. BRADFORD COUNTY New Testament Commandment:
program ,
d;, Ritch-Richard Engagement of Miss Estelle as follows: The rooms, pf the lower floor HOUSEWIVES I Repent. have a membership Rotary of du
i' Hamilton Kendrick to Tolbert Black Two pianos: Toccata and FugueIn were throw*"taaulte and attractively _. Altogether It was an evening of I Florida' Junior State ChnmLI;
\ :Mr. and Mrs James D Minor ____________Bach decorated with quantities of -- profitable entertainment and stu I Commerce has In
' Rltch, Sr., Is Announced excess
Summer flowers
Minuet from "L'Arlestenne Suite" gladioli.andI ejher .(Reprinted By Request) members, In twentysevenand
announce the engagement and .Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Newton Bizet. Serenata ____Torenghl arraotredrlBi baskets and bowls. dy.A picture of yourself may be cities.
r approaching marriage of Kendrick announce the engage. Ruth Dobbins Smith, The hostesses were Mrs. Davis, FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES
their daughter ment and approaching marriage ot Claude Murphree Mrs C., L. Stockwell, Mrs., B. M. -
Harriet their Estelle, to "The Shall Montgomery and Mrs.J. F. CoHey; Pickle
daughter, Mary Baritone: Trumpet Bread and Batter
''i to Mr. Henry Tolbert Black of Gaines Sound" (from "Messiah") Handel. and little Shirley Montgomery Take 12 medium sized cucumbers FOR QUALITY MEAL AND GRITS
! ''I Henry Morgan Richard ville, the wedding to be an eventof Prize Song, from "Die Melster- dressed In a1' dainty Colonial costume slice with rind on, add 4 .
I The wedding to be solemnized June llth,at the First Presbyterian singer ____-_--..-.---- Wagner I ICeor&e stood near' the hostesses and, large' white onions and let stand In Ask'Your Favorite Grocer For
\.:' June 7 at the First Methodist Church, Dr George H,Low Hack received 'offerings' on a silver alt water for one hour.
$4 Church of Starke. ry to perform the ceremony. Two violins: Allegro and Ada- plate. The offering amounted to Drain cucumbers and onions
Miss Kendrick Is a graauate of gio from Concerto for Two Violins $10.50 and same will be used on salt water and place In cookIng -
'I), Engagement of Miss Ritch the B. H. S. and was active In ath- _?.?________....__._._-_ Bach the local work. from vessel and add the following:'1 EELBECKDELIVERED
And Mr. Richard AnnouncedAt letic and dramatic circles. For David Kantor, Jack Long Mrs. H. B. McLendon arranged -pint of vinegar, 1 cup of sugar, :1
Lovely Bridge Party sometime she has been secretary Soprano: Care Selve ....-Handel a lovely program which was teaspoonful each of celery seed,
for the Administrator of District Rejoice Greatly (from "Messiah"- much appreciated by the audience. muUard seed, tumeric, and
:}:: The outstanding social event of number three, FERA, in Ocala ...___..._____....____+ Handel "Only a Rose" and "A May Morn- black and ginger cook until readyfor TO. YOUR GROCER FRESH
the past week was the bridge party Mine Kendrick possesses a charming Flower In the Crannied Wall_..Rice IIII'" were sung by Mrs. A. Z. Ad pepper IN
Ii',fN, given by Mrs. Herbert C. RItch personality and her lovable dls- The Wren .._______....Benedict kiss, accompanied by Mrs. K. O. sealing." WEEKLY CLEAN, SANITARY PACKAGES
''l at the Woman's Club House last position has made her a favorite Mabel Petersen Godwin Duncan. Mary Loraln Stockwell :Mr. George H. Lowry
; ; Friday afternoon when the engagement with a large circle of friends. Two pianos: "Fet.,." (From gave as readings "Trees' by Joyce Starke, Fla., ,
and approaching marriage of Mr. Black, formerly of Lakelandbut Three Nocturnes for Orchestra) Kilmer and "Rain" by Riley. Mn.
:{ Miss Harriet Ritch and Mr. H. now a resident of Gainesville _____?____..__..- Debua y-Rayel! K. O. Duncan/flayed ,, two Instru- Cucumber Relish j MARY' ANN OLD FASHIONED
Richard, announced. (after Cho- mental numbers-"Sous Bols" and Take 2 dozen medium sized cu-
.; Morgan was was graduated from the College of Value-Paraphrase
The'rooms of the club building I Business Administration, University pin'' .,___._._____Edouard Schuett and ."A May Night." In a word cumbers, 6 sweet bell peppers, 6 MEAL 10 Pounds 24
(, were attractively decorated with of Florida. In 1933, and is Ruth Dobbins Smith, building contest. Mrs. G. H. Low- ripe tomatoes, 6 medium white '
++ quantities of spring flower., a color now a Junior in the> College of Claude Murphree. ry made eighty-three words from onions and run through food chopper WINNER ROCK GROUNDGRITS
4i motif of pink and white being Law. He Is vice-president of the "The sunny month of May," and and drain thoroughly. Add
carried out in detail. Junior Law Class and a memberof College Girls Arriving Home Mrs. W. G. Halle came next with one pint of vinegar, two cups of 10 Pounds 30c
'. Mrs. Rltch, becomingly attired Phi Delta Phi, honorary legal seventy-three. Mrs. Lowry was sugar, salt and pepper and spicesto
wt. 'In an afternoon dress of printed fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psl, Del- Misses Evelyn and Marjorie presented with a sugar and cream taste and then boll five minutes. FANCY''BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN
$w chiffon, greeted the guests upon ta Sigma Phi, and the Colonels, legal Stump, Lois Long', Lois Adklns, set.. Seal tight.
their arrival In the Library and society. Mary Brownlee and Marguerite The hostesses served dainty refreshments Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, RICE 5 Pounds 23c
the bridge tallies were passed by Prevail' students at the State College -i' In buffet style, the ta- Starke, Fla.

Miss Hazel Middleton. I buds. with the for Women, Tallahassee, are ble in the dining room being covered FINEST SHORTENING 1-Ib.; ctn. 4-lb. ctn 8-lb.cti I
vn Four progressions of orldge Those playing' bridge arriving home this week to spend with a lace cloth and centered Next week the Telegraph will
were enjoyed with head table controlling honoree were: their summer vacations at their by pink roses and daisies. Pink reprint some other pickling recipes SCOCO 14c 55c $1.09DIXIE
Mosdames E. S. Matthews, H. B.
and if have favoritenew
4 the time of progression for respective homes. candles in silver holders also you a
McLendon, William Dobrow, A. Z.
the other ten tables. At the close Miss Swambom of Law- adorned this artistic table. The favor recipe we would appreciateyou I
4 Dorothy CRYSTAl-Fine Granulated
5 ibs.
Adklns. E. M Davis, C. A. Knight 10-lba. 23-IU!
sending It to us not later than
i of the games prizes were awarded. J. S. L. tey. and Miss Ellen Wiggins of on each plate was a boutonniere -
J. M. Darby, C. Hoover
A beautiful flower vase was given Peek, K. O. Duncan, O. J. Griffin Keystone Heights, also students at In pastel shades. Tuesday noon, SUGAR cloth bags 25c 49c $1.22|
Over forty attended this
i to Miss Mlna Manasaa as high T. arrived persons ,
E. L. Biggs, D. P. Carpenter, T. the College, have also MISSION HALL
prize, and second high prize, a Long, D. A.. Montleth, 'H.. H. home for the summer vacation. pretty_affair.NOTICE. f, "An Evening' with the Hymn
r7 book, was presented to Mrs. R. F.
Young, F. F Stump, C. A. Futch
OH TEACHERS Writers" was enjoyed by a good
for the
Demorest cut
prize R. F. Demorest, Thelma Johns, O. NEW LOW PRICESCOFFEE
tea'' Mrs. A. Baptist W. M. U.Meets EXAMINATIONPersons audience on Tuesday at the Bible
guests was won by
L. B. L D.Vining'
Haynes George Flynn *
M. Richard Miss Ritch receiveda' Andrews P The ;Business and Program desiring to take examination Study hour. It was Indeed Inspir-
J, W. ,, E. Canova -
ational to see and study the faces
lovely pIece of lingerie, a gift 'Jr., L. F. Chapman of the meeting of the Baptist W.. M. IT. for teachers certificates (
.t J from the hostess. ."0.". State Farm, J. H. Hitch Jr., of was held at the Church Monday will please report'at' the CourtHouse of those, who great souls, men centuries and women -
( throughthe1
Following the awarding of prizes Gainesville, and Misses Madge afternoon with the presIdent Mrs. in Stark, Fla. Thursday,
8 Of CLOCK Red Circle
have produced the great and glorious BOEUIbl7c
tt a! pink and white ice course was and Hazen Middleton, Lucille Mit- A. M. Darby presiding.The June'0'and Ftfday, June 7, at
served by Miss Hilda Durden, chell Hazel Adklns, eight o'clock forenoon. old Hymns which we still use tlTAUeta
Hope Haynes general routine of business
l and love moat of all In church services
Miss Dorothy Ritch, Miss Mary Miriam Jacobs, Annie Mae Pearce, matters were transacted and the I All applicant ''are expected to of all denaml Uona' Ibl9c Ib23cl
Canova and Mrs. Herbert Durden. Mina Manassa and Bliss Jones of program for the' afternoon was in furnish pen:';' nk" and legal cap I, WHEREECONOMYRULE7
Cs Cutting Into her individual cake Gainesville.Tea charge of Circle Two, Mrs. L. Q. paper and be'.prepared to pay the Not only were pictures of these I --, -- -
Miss Hazel MIddleton found directly guests were: Powell leader. Mrs. Ingram, a returned -regular fee > song writers shown, but sketchesof I
beneath the icing a dainty Meadames J. H. Rltch, A. M. Missionary from India gavea A. J GriffIs, Supt their lives given and verses here FINEST SHORTENING '
I pasteboard bride and groom bearIng Richard R. J. Davis, Henry W. very Interesting report of her 5-24-21 -
I .the names, "Harriet and Morgan Watts.,T. J. Griffin. W. O. Halle. work In that country. Circle' Three e OPEN DAY AND NIGHTHALES COMPOUND 21bs.bulk 25cj
(\;' June 7," F. H. Long, H. A. Bishop, D. E will have charge of the Church I NOTICE TO HIGH SCHOOL IONA-Plain or Self-Rising
u! .Miss Rltch looked lovely for the Knight. Edward Burns, L. A. Davis -I lowers and program for June.World's PUPILS, BRADFORD COUNTYA 6"lb8k 12'lb-
Sh24b Sk
.rt\ occasion In a white crepe spectatorports F. C. Hoover, Mrs. K. Bruce FLOUR -
act'of of
recent the legislature 25c $1.691
is r suit, with which she wore ar I I Norman of Jacksonville, and Miss. only open-air aquariums Florida provides free books for 47c S7c
<;. shoulder of pink rose- e8 Olive and Amelia Ray at West.'
'..' corsage j Key pupils through the. 12th grade.. ON ROAD THIRTEEN DIXIE CRYSTAl-Fine Granulated
: '1- I will be at the following schools .
SUGAR 5 Lbs. Bulk! 24c
| on the dates named to list the ,
tJID'D1., : ,. books owned 7>>'*the pupils, it is
I ffis 7 Buy&M'Joc6u/l& fo* fCOz6n y necessary that-I'have a completelist WHITE HOUSE-Evaporated

,"t",., of these books so I will be able "It Costs Me Only MILK .3TallCans 18c
r.' to furnish the state with this information -
'l"1 1-: when I make requisition 3/2! Cents A Day To GRANDMOTHER'S, Plain or Sliced

for our free books.: 14-oz. 18-oz. 24-oa. Wh. Wht. Cr. Wht I

--IT' PAYS 3 WAYS o'clock.Hampton, Tuesday May 28, 8 Enjoy Modern City EREA D 6c 8c lOc 8c 8c !

Broker, Tuesday, May 28, 10 I Refrigeration With
\ etI o'clock. 'BAKEU'S PREMIUM

1 r TO BUY CHEVROLETSYEAR 1:30 New o'clock River p., Tuesday m. ,' May 28, My Kerosene Oper- CHOCOLATElb.. Cake 23c

Rising Tuesday May 28, 8 SWANSDOWN
'11:. -- o'clock atedELECTROLUX CAKE FLOUR 31c
,1 't..t': !..,.... !.' r'> 1 p. m j Package,
./ .
; '. Vanderbilt Tutsday,' May 28, o
\ Maxwell House :Calumet Dakin& 1t
o'clock p. m. 30e
YEAR AFTER I. Heilbron Wednesday May 29, 8 COFFEE Lb. I POWDER 8-oZo can 1.J
.: VALVE.II.HEAI'' ;;; ; j'a o'clock a. m. !Minute 15 e Bilker's PremIum Sbrf'clll
LOWEST YEARlEPEMIABILItY ('1.'fl- .', Lawtey..Wednesday, May 29, 10 TAPIOCA 2-oz. pk& COCONUT 1-1 Ib pkK' lOe

SIX r o'clock" ... m. III' Says The Wise housewifeiT'll
PRICES ECONOMY Starke, Wednesday\. May 20, OLYMPIA BUA-' >-Selected' Soaked
4 :1:30 o'clock p. m. PEAS- 4 No. 2 Cans 25c |
I Please meet me promptly at
flJ time and place named.A. POTTED MEAT No. yz Can 5c

' J, Grlffls.' Supt. IONA BRANDMacaroni

" 1-), You will likeChiccheck'i Blue"with or Spaghetti 3 7oz. pkgs. 12c

I \ your name attractively printed IONA BRAND

, k'\J en each! sheet. The most popular TOMATOES 3 No. 2 CansDEL 25c
stationery with the younger
'!'?. girls.., See munpleo at the Bradford !MONTE
:.( County Teh-graph. TOMATO SAUCE Per Can 5c

\ ),- PORK & BEANS 16-oz. canUPTON'S 5:
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": .-, y.i RITZ THEATRE TEA ORANGE 1-4 PEKOE lb. PackageIONA 23c15c
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::1*?,'!'"" Ijf.Too Stake (157- d.*....) 'FRIDAVFRIDAY" "' ilL UII CORN BRAND FLAKES 8-oz. PackageA&P 7c |

8'i MAY 24TU.
''i Today, when every wile buyer of trucks Is 2. They use less gasoline and oil "Mystery'Woman" CLEANSER ,,3 Cans 12c

4{ .particularly interested in getting dependable because they are powered by ab5 Mona Harriet-Gilbert Roland
\\5 .transportation: at lowest cost,the money-saving cylinder valve-in-head engines. John HolHday-Bod LaSATURDAY. > RCM'qlHl I

')?) advantages of Chevrolet Truck have a partknlarly BEANS]
MAY Z3TH. ige
& They give longer, more [ 28-oz. 25c
1 < strong appeal. Truck buyer after truck. service because of the extra dependable quality "Men Without Law" I cans :|
buyer discovering that it pays three uxtyttobuyOtwrokts. Bur Jones
Chevrolet builds into
And truck buyer after truck buyer it which everypart Also"POPEVE"

", deciding to take advantage of the big savings of It* products. CARTOONAnd BANANAS 4Lbs. 15c

which Chevrolet offers..You,too will get better Visit; your nearest Chevrolet dealer-(Aid week.; hnCMr 10 "The Lost City"

; haulage service: at lower coat by buying a Cher Daft a thorough 'demonstration of,the rightroot 8UN.-MON. MAY :16-27. ASP: FANCY TUB OR PRINT

Track became of these triple conomie Chevrolet Truck for your haulage need Buy Victor Hugo BUTTER Pound 33cRAT11'8 |

I 1. Chevrolet Truck sell at the world' a Chevrolet and get better'' truck performance "LesMiserables"Frederic ,

rl lowest at the MorU lessees price I'IArea.-cllar1M CEDAR VALLEY
price WE SELL
Cedrto HardwlckeRochelle
Lnngnton- -

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i aeva.weuartr TIIF.3.- WED. MAY 28-Z9
Randolph Scotl:Kay,Johnson -
"HIRs..nU"IUAY; s0-81 Pound 23c
i "GO INTO 'YOUR'DANCE" Call for a Demonstration |

Al Jobton-R_y KeotorFurrrll H. A. ,
Chevrolet Co. i1enda. -HetenMATINF.B Morgan
r Torode I! : EVERY!: ... NUTLEY Pound''' I5cSITNNYF1KLD

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ICrews( and r'-muy of Lake -
,!Alfred and Ruby Jewel Thorntonof NATSEZ cent tax on the gross business: done are fundamentally opposed to a INFANT: FRISBEE

Auburnd' Ie were visiting Mrs : by automobile and other finance sales tax would vote for a tempo- Funeral services for Charles An- 1 i

Bits of Emma Rivers \lain week-end. Well companies. That killed that plan. rary levy of the kind in the> name drew Frisbee one-month-old son

Flying Club folks Is I wonder how our Any plan that provided for a gross of 'schools. Fear' is entertained of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frisbee of

Mra. L. E. Jordan and son, Har- ? I gettingalong lately tax, uniform in application or progressively that a gross tax of two per cent on
haven't noticed Mlddleburg. were held Sundayfrom
old, of Oviedo, any of them sales and especially one with aprogressively
are visiting Mrs.Jordan's coasting higher for chain units,
up- the
Nes' Middlebu'rg Methodist
IDeal to
brother-in-law and increasing tax
flutter !
side-down met the '
Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Griffin. town over Immediate opposition of four per cent--aimed at chain Church. The child died last week ,
yet, but X. i retail merchants. So did any plan :
stores-would be unconstitutional. In the Marr 'S
I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND suppose it Is a that embraced a general sales tax. hospital here 14
little I --...;... Interment, was in the Middle-
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. Glen G. Searing and two early for Any proposal that would have the .r
PROGRESS daughter Hilda and Eleanor have i that. It used,to effect of disturbing the money 1 Pensions are meeting tough burg Cemetery with the Boree p

returned home from a month's visIt be that when now going to road and bridge bond sledding. Even the friends of pensions Funeral Home in charge or arrangements -
in Savannah and Atlanta Ga. you heard any retirement and In many cases and they Include moat of the Pall bearers were:
one mention county operating expense not only membership of both house and senate Roy Gnann. Joe Austin Fred

T. C. Chastain spent Mr. and Mrs S. R., Johns have Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. lesions you met with the antagonism of bondholders are very apprehensive. Some Barthlow and George Bardln, Jr. $t tT
Mdllra. Augustine -
but those $7,500,000 is needed to
yr to Hot thought of county officers provide \
Springs Arkansas
gone '
daY In Gainesville for a several weeks stay. has been spending several school books, who find their Jobs: easier by having fifteen dollar a month pension to
days here with her son-in-law and but now you the road bond distributionfrom match a similar amount expectedto :
*w. J. Johns is visiting bU son, daughter. Dr. and Mrs. E L. Biggs. think of airplanes -, the gasoline tax. One could be offered by the federal government .'

S. Johns, in Jacksonville., Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Green and I may be old-fashioned go on and on in this vein. It has and It seems Impossible rt's
daughter of Brooker were visitors Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Lowry and but I still think I'd rather take been a herculean task to find some to find this amount through any .xs

Mrs D1<1 Pringle Wall In here Saturday afternoon.Mrs. daughter Margaret r e t u r ned lessons on the family cither thanIn means whereby the school de- possible device evplortng new
arke Friday and Saturday. home last Friday from a two the beat airplane made. I am mands of 910,500,000 could be met sources of revenue unless It is a

Sina Kite Blltch of Ocala, :week's visit Maryville, Tennessee. thinking of stocking some nice, without forcing on the public new heavy levy against gambling, even
u V. Saxon of Hampton wall Ssltor waa in Starke Sunday visiting Mr. fresh parachutes by the time some tax levies. Therefore there Is the to the legalization of lotteries fora

( here Monday afternoon. and Mrs.. H. L. Brownlee. of our local talent begin to make strong suspicion that in the final period of five years. Pensionsare
-' solo nights but until then remember analysis a school plan that Includes In very much the same position -

li Mrs S. T. Dell of Gainesville Miss Hazel Adklna went to Pa- Personally printed stationery :. a general sales! tax of about of schools in the mutter ,of,
make Ideal
a visitor here last Thursday. latka Tuesday and Is the guest of ford birthday gifts. Brad- two per cent will be enacted. Many ,finding a satisfactory and painless i
County Telegraph. The New
members I
of the legislature who ,revenue source.
-- Gross.
Miss Sara Margaret ..
aev- -- ---------
I!Mrs. Hulda Corpenlng spent wSHIRT'S _- O... "oso.-oso-
days last week visiting friends Cot and Mrs. H. V, Knight were Mrs H. C. Wimberly of High- You

Joctia.I() recent visitors in Gainesville where land, has been enjoying a visit Non-Wrlnkable Golfer roo ,w g,
here with her OPENING DATEQ Look i
Col. Knight Attended court. son-in-law and .
I Fred Moore of Lawtey, was aMM daughter. Mr, and Mrs. N. T. $1.00Odds

visitor here Saturday aftwt' Paul Knight of Tallahassee, Greej. and EndsBATHING Right. 1.

,r. spent Sunday with, hid parents, Original Williams Show Of Shows jj

Col. and Mrs. D. E.' Knight. Mr and Mrs. Harold Duke and SUITS o In Their New O
I Fernandez Is spend- Big Water-Proof
MIlS Isabel Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Durden and
friends in Tal- . and you SEE right
i this week with Mrs. B. M. Montgomery has as little daughter Betty Jo of Mad- $1.25 Tent Theatre in a pair of glasses from h,
1 8e8. a guest her sister Mrs. Holiday ison, spent the week-end at Kings-
S. O. LEWIS. Our thirty
and little daughter of Bushnell. Lake. The NewBATHING
lur. and Mrs. William Sappt ley LOCATED ON MADISON AVE, BY TENNIS COURT seven years of experience e

Sunday with friends at Ot- Earl Searing of Perry spent the Mrs. Libby Stevens and Mrs. SUITSBy O OPENING PLAY O as'experts qualifies us to! t

[r Creek. week-end here with his' parents, Norman Robinson of Lake City, Mimslngwnar D D fit you PERFECTLY,

Mr. and Mrs. C. O.-.; Searing. were here last week visiting Mrs.Stevens' 0-0 All models are now available -
Mrs O. J.. Griffis and Mrs. K.! brother J. M. Mitchell, $2.95 UpThe "i

i Duncan spent Thursday In Carlyle Hitch' of Jacksonville, and family.Mr. Latest COCKTAILS FOR TWO
nvllle.Islr. spent the week-end here with his

parents, Mr. and. Mrs.: .. J.. H. Rltch. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and WASH FROCKS S. G. LEWIS ?
family have recently moved from Optician and Watchmaker
tighter Jean, spent Monday in Mrs E. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. 3. the Dowling residence on Walnut Sumrnen Sheers ADULT TICKET 0 '
Tcluonvtlle.iPentoiml McLendon and Mrs. Hulda Corpen Street to the Andrews home on $1.00 D. D 118 S. Walnut St.

correspondence should Ing spent Tuesday In Jacksonville, Madison Street. '# oo o = -Oao. .oleo- -0- r

ik your individuality. See our Miss Hazel Middleton is F
spend- Mrs. W. L. Andrews and daughter -
pl Bradford County Tele- ing this ,.weekin Tallahassee the Miss Ernestine and little son, T R O U; E R S Made By NASWORTHY'S "

h. guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.-H. Coulter -I Ronald are' spending this week Sizes,20, to 46 CarnationGold

'end in Lake City visiting Mr. and MedalMILK
81 Myrtle Reddish of Jacksoni 'Mrs. L. W. Halbrook. $1.69STERNBERG'S I P T O SUGAR
i, visiting Mrs J. L..Peck returned Satur- V

,'the week-end. day from Jacksonville where she Miss Murla Weeka has returned
spent several days with'Miss May to her home In Miami, after a GROCERY
Rosalind Jacobs is enjoy- 5 Lbs.
Miss i Peek. r*". several days visit here with her FloridaBEHIND y
in Beach with Slarfce. FINE
f a visit Daytona FOODSSPECIAL
aunts. Mrs. W. L. Wall Mra. J. E. .3 Toll Cans
i Ethel Nelson.W. Mrs. Pate Gassett and children Wilson and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.
have returned from a' three weeks I PRICES Fr
| T. U. meets Friday afterat ,
C. visit In Ozark-Alabama, with rel- 'The S. R. Johns home on Wash- 25c ,
at the borne of L 19c
i three-thirty atives. Ington Avenue, baa been under [
3. T. Quigley. -- going repairs for the past ten days FRIDAY & SATURDAY, ,MAY 24-251

Mrs.. Thelma Johns Mrs. T.. J. and a new coat of paint has been the I

r. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova Griffin Mrs U E.:; Jordan and added to the exterior of this home The "...,.." err \J t-LD. VAN EAUTIFUI-VEUA RIPE PURl!:
I son, Paul III, were visitors In
son, Harold spent Monday.. in Jack- SIX Casual 4 V "
Bnvllle Tuesday.. sonville.. Friends of Mrs. T, S. Williams !'fewa.' ? BANANAS 3lbs. lOc
,ii, E
I J. will regret to learn of her con -II!' Asparagus COFFEE ss
.' A Rennolda of N Norfolk;"Va.. ,S. Mrs. ,A. H. GreeniMr;: A. JT. tinned illness In St. Vincent's Hospital Br OSOAH JOCfNS. -. r-t ICEBERG :
ling his wife and mbther m- Sauls, Miss Louise Snyder and Ed- Jacksonville where she has aaa KENTWAT.ONTALLAHASSEEMany> ,3 '
Can 15e 2 Lbi. 25c'e
kllra. E. F. Johns. _.
sonville.win Green, spent Friday In Jack- weeks.been a patient for the past four LETTUCE, 2 heads 15e -

Yr: and, Mrs. Lloyd'Perrymao., moons NESTLES
bave risen to sink since the NO. 1-Ott)1111511 MAXWELL HOUSE
political -
Atlanta Ga., are guests.of Mr. Your name and address or mon Mrs A. J. Griffis and son, Julian set up has suffered such an explosion CondeaaedI
I Mrs.
L. A. Davis. ogram printed on fine writing pa- who are spending several j I as that which followed the POTATOES 10lbse 12c

W. W. Baisden spent the.week- per at no extra cost. Bradford weeks In Tallahassee where Julian Senate's rejection of Vernon Hawthorne M I L K COFFEE ,
1 In St. County Telegra ph. Is employed during the legislative as state attorney of Dade
Augustine visiting Mr. session, spent the week-end here I for another four and then Pound ,
years 2ge
J Mrs. J.
H. ,
Denmark. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.,Edwards and at their home. immediately thereafter ordereu his can 11 c .POTATOES 10 lbs. 5c -- y

daughter. Elaine and SODS, Joe removal from office in the elev- ,

[NT A % and Elbert, spent Friday. In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards enth hour of his term because of JELLOVINE8.U.. EATING ifAND,PACKED '

WORD sonville.Mr.. anJ daughter, Fredrlka, and Miss his refusal to obey an order of iG'E CREAM
Leah Struth of Jacksonville, Mrs. transfer to Glades County. Thereare APPLES Doz. 25c .4
COLUMN and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and little L. M. DeSha and daughter. Mar. those who are willing to wager TOMATOES

daughter, Shirley Jean, spent ions of Wildwood were guests today: that Vernon Hawthorne willbe POWDER TEXAS YELLOW SKIN I
D TO BUY-A seconded I the week-end in Lake City with 'lost week of Mr., and :Dora W. H. the next Governor of Florida. J Cans

L. C. Smith Typewriter relatives. Struth. But it's a long tlme until the vot- 3 for 25e ONIONS lb. 5c
3 for
p. Apply at 25e
this office. ers go to the polls to cast their!\
,Mrs. Nina Llpford of Green Misses Madge and Hazel Middle- ballots. Much water will run un- ;
pB WANTED-I amp single Cove Springs, spent'the weekendin ton and Dr. F G. Bratley spent let the mill In the meantime. Poitical FINEST '4''' ,
nan age 42. 5 ft 2 1-2 Inches Starke visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Sunday at Piney Bluff, O*. They complexes ate as fickle as |J[ IDS. ,,
brown hair, blue eye, fair A. Bishop. Were accompanied home by Mrs. public opinion Itself., There Is no Lard COMPOUND
iplexlon. Weight 125 Iba. ,.JttalMmerlcan W. E. Middleton who with Dr. doubt but that the'' succession of 1'21 Y

born. Honest aot Mrs.. Charley E. Johns has re- Middleton had been enjoying a events bearing on Hawthorne's political 2C 8 Ibs 99c
and willing worker, but poor. turned from Tallahassee where she rcvoral! days visit there at the MId- future have playir Importantly Pound ,

fpwlenced on poultry, gardens, visited her husband, Representative \dleton Camp. in the dlacuasloaa of the moment VH'l'
"H and other rough work. Can Johns. and that they may continue t
Bousework and some cooking. Judge A. Z. Adklns and son A. to play Importantly In the campaign FOR BREAKFAST POST BRAN

| country life if interested Miss Martha Brownlee of Jack- Z.. Jr., went to Tallahassee Wednesday soon to follow. Friends of GRAPEFRUIT: TIP TOP ,
tt for photograph. Samuel:, sonville. spent the week-end hero and returned home Thurs- members of the senate who voted. MARKET FLAKESkfir.

gale, 296 Main Street, Cats- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. day.-They were accompanied home to remove Hawthorne point out JUICE

N. Y. It. M. Brownlee. by Miss Lois Adklns, who has' that the Senate did pot fall in the Tender, BEEF LIVER lb. 20c _. lOc
It SALE spent the past term at the F. S. C. least to measure eperciuulona 3 No.2 cans 25c FLORIDA TENDER, *?? '

*hens -Uncorma and Mlnor- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green spent W., and has returned home for the likely to ensue, that, Its membership '
M, Fla.and fryers by A" Bronke Sunday in Lake Butler with their Summer vacation.. was thoroughlyaware:\ of removal WONDEIt ROUND STEAK, lb. 21c POST STIES:

It. son-hi-law and daughter, Mr, and effect (in public opinion atthe FLORIDA CORN '

It SALE; A Five Burner 011goalie Mrs. R. S. Johns. Miss Hazel Adkins entertained moment. COCOA, ROASTING BEEF, lb. I8c '
; new. A bargain. a*,week-end house party at Kings- i-i.n. CAN FLORIDA SPECIAL: '
Charles Imbach ley Lake her guests being Mr. and After the general.election just FLAKES3Pks
itt Mr. and Mrs. STEW BEEF 2 Ibs. 25c '
Helm, of Live Oak. Miss Sue it Special lOcBALLARD'S .._
spent, Sunday In Green Cove Mra. six months ago, ras freely proIcted -
RENT .June 1 to Sept: 1- Springs visiting Mr.> Imbach'a father Harrison and Mr. Flood of Jasper, that W. C. Hoclges/of Leone I WEHTKRN: 25c .
apartment Two bedroom ,-C. L Imbach. Miss Annie Mae Pearce Bill Baker resident of the sepate.. would be I II PANCAKE CHUCK ROAST, lb. .20c
I living room dining and Jack Williams of the U. the next Governor of Florida With' WESTERN: : KOUNDSTEAKS

tic.kltc, or v en Write Box .634. i- Mrs. J. H. Ritch.. Mrs. H. iA. of F., Galne yllle", I the passing of a few short months FLOUR lb. 30c JELLO 6e
apply this office. Durden and Misses Harriet and ,the certainty Is not pronounced,

WANT REAL ESTATE Dorothy Ritch, were visitors to .A varied amortment of papers, and keen observers usually well 2 Pkgs. 15c ATHENS, lb. 20c CERTO 30e

_.8.\RO.\lN8 Jacksonville Tuesday. type styles_ mid,. .-colored-. ..Inks. .... In Informed are by no means, willingto .
Iou personal ,eQtloner.4" a concede that President
Wft 1Ia. property. tot sale Mrs.. A. A.,Johns of,Frotproof, box. See our arapto book. Bradford has the same chance that BALLARD'S TABLE TALK OR AMERICAN BE.\UTy-rr.\lN OR SELF-RISING

you have a house to rent la' the guest this week of Mrs. Eli County Telegraph. lieved was his a short lIodies// 8 I.. S. 12 LBS. 2s. LBS. ti
OUr Charg.. put zabeth F. Johns at her home on No one Is able to
ellllJer, South Walnut Street.Mrs. Mr: and Mrs. 'James F. Purvis far in advance Just what trrs
ern to buy When strangers come .. and daughter Thelma, are guests Gubernatorial: campaign will take, FLOUR 25c45c87c
or rent. they call 00 of.Sheriff and Mrs. W. and for that another
5101e4 Broker. .. K. O. Norman and two chil- this week reason many
and Mr. and Mrs. 0. until he can these
'l1.sox RK.VLTY dren of Jacksonville were guests J> Epperson Is waiting see
(rnvr 40 1'ellr. CORP'N., during the week-end of her mother X;,; Anderson at the Epperson cot- formative processes more at play
VI In Florida) Mrs.Annie Richard. i tage at' Kinsley Lake, enroute to before casting his support in favorof MASON OR BALL SCREW TOP ItOVS! AND GIRL DIZZY DEAN

YO(1R doors sanded ,the their home In St. Petersburg from one or another of the candidatesat FRUIT JARS, Qts 89c; Pts 79c Grapenut FLAKES 2 pkgs 2ScPHILLIPa
weeks in North Carolina. this "plastic' stage of the campaign ,
roaeeWay. We have the latest Mrs., Nat. Williams spent thoweekendin a two stay .
No hand scraping Mayport visiting her MASON OR BALL GLASS TOP TOMATO JUICE

references C. A, Powell son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and FRUIT JARS Pts. 85c 95c
settlement Qts Tom. Pea
1192-J. North 9th' St. lira. Kenneth Harrington: :Master Billy Page has returnedto The of the school finance can
lIle, : Jacksonville after is growing Irksometo .
Fin.a his home In problem '
at 'spending the past six weeks here roost members of''b ,hoWle. The SEALING; AX, Pound.! I2c aJAR
'Mrs. E. L.-Biggs is a patient
for CARDS, St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville, with his grandparents. Mr. and lame with members, of the seivatr. RUBBERS COFFEE: Can '15c
Dozen 5c
; $1. O for 100.Mono, an appendix op-, Mrs W* H. Struth. He was accompanied .. Too many plans have been .. .
too .tatlonery. 100 lbeets having undergone home by his aunt Miss offered. All of them sound reasonable BKST WHITE ,
envet Dee $2.115. Bradford eration there Monday night Kate Struth who spent several enough but;::gn combination FRESH CHEESE lb. 20c

Telegraph Phone 29. U. Rev.-C. B. Price'pastor of the days there visiting: Billy's parents, of Ideas must excite; opposl- BACON lb. 20c
last Mr. and Mrs. w.W Page.Next Jon from some source to partlcu- 7
8uPPLlES spent '
: Typewrit- First Baptist Church BUTTER Pound .31c '
I4dln. attending ar provision For .ample the ... f BOILING
week in Memphis
PIper. machine ribbons, i time yea need stationerycall I plan that called for a doubling of tea

CIa' l&1e lne at tYP8Wrtter paper, 1 second peper. :,ventlon.Mrs.the While Southern Price Mr.and Baptist. Price their ,was two by a*and tile see Telegraph the variety office.of; Tear samples .Immediately the tax. on excited Insurance'the premiums" opposition VANILLA WAfERSIbl7c' 'BACON )ft. 15c '

Telegraph otlc..rTouew away Gloria and Helen, visttedrelatives name and addreM prlatod oa each of.the Insurance people. So did
t additional eeefc the provision calling fora, ODe.pel'
f' la Miami.,. beet at no. ? |
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,... = was that Stone would take over
r -"pr-: 'his new duties in the capital soon. r
I i1-
Housewives .
Hints To
'I' j I I II Gov. Sholtz said he bad requested 1Be

Hopkins: 1 to leave Mr, Stone in C

t FARMERS SECTION. Weekly SpoctaUntii from Home, Tallahassee Demonstration I LIVE STATE NEWS Florida. Cleanse Sure They the PrOptt1v Blood,

of Florida In Short Paragraphs STOCKMEN'S FEUD
HINTS kidney
0. Demonstration Agents eonllonlly q
Conducted by ...
4) MOORE HAVEN-Stock raisers .
hints may ; I
. A few shopping .... : .
,Ire.... But ldn.yemeIImnbr'4Iheii 4
I prove helpful to the housewife In watched approvingly as State ,,,, ..
,It. .. .. choosing her merchandise wisely. authorities undertook to stamp outa lwKIed-I.il" worIcI: not .ct a notul'"e
-" -- -- to
r; ,I I- AlII --- With Income and past xpendl 'Jp';;;" cattlemen's feud blamed In fourkillings. polthe tytfm remove wha i"'PUllbll' ill.

FUTURE IMPROVEMENTOF turn as a basis, make a detailed MAY AID CELEBRATION BEACH PROSPERS: With Attorney General Then you may softer nogg le\4I'ntd,' ,

AMERICAN COTTON plan or clothing budget of the an MIAMI-The removal in September MIAMI BEACH-This Island resort Cary D. Landls looking on, legal dw,dltiinmt,sooty or too ng IlrQ

. RURAL SITUATION DISCUSSED tlcipated articles needed ant of th*' last obstruction to has hailed a new era of mum machinery wa set In motion to investigate ....Uon,gettingup.inighlmluIlnsbsi

COMMON SENSE amount of expenditure for tin a uniform thirty-one feet depth of clpal prosperity with a genera the slaying of William .11 upsetDon't... nervous, "''''..bl..
if possible for sev- increase, the redemption Dyas, 43, Venus cattleman,-whose
e GAINESVILLE Suggestion coming year, or Miami's channel may be signalize ten per cent pay delays' Use Do..'
' ;, By SPUDS JOHNSON for improvement era!,years. by President Roosevelt pressing ax at par of bonds eighteen body, torn by four bullets; was 0-'..see especl.ly! 10. PlAt,
for long-time program poorly I
a _
,I" Plan to purchase only the essentiala. electric button motivating ." years before maturity, and a continuing found In Alligator Slough, April 8.etnp kidn.yi. Th., ". .
' WITH NATURE of the cotton situationIn Make a shopping list before dredge here* building boom.' Redemption 28. Less than a mile away was ...ded It" grateful men the Itco.

,LIVING IS RARE PRIVILEGE the United States were made leaving homo. .. of $471.000 In refunding bonds made in 1933 the gruesome find of Get dsem Iron! say dtu99/l1./ r

CHILDREN at a recent meeting In Birmingham articles choose materials dated to mature July 1. 1993 saved three other gun victims, Lincoln
::( OF RURAL representatives of various In replacing HIJACKING CHARGEDJACKSONVILLEThree In Interest, Whidden, Donald Norton and a
of $400,000
Does the farm lack the opportunltlts and garments that will harmonize m" the, city .
Involved In cotton pro- the named :Wervtn. The -
interest wardrobe and brought to 31,106,000 man triple..laylnl'
? of the
and privileges of the city with the rest moved tc "
duction, its use and marketing. It are held here a* officer bonds c&1lec11n for premature payment has not been solved. i
does color scheme
It does the city certainly : Think out your _. .
if of hijacking
# H. O. Clayton, district tamp out a wave 1033. ---
by November;
'' Is reported since
;\\t':; not,have the rare privileges that agent with the State Agri- and limit the number of colors. along highway' .in dry Georgia .. aas -

,W: life on a farm presents. Here is Extension Service, who Choose good materials for garments Sheriff Rex Sweat of Duval Coon
,what Dr. C. B.:Smith, chief of Cooperative attended. that are to receive hart ty: said six reports of liquor robberies HOT AIR resolution FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Extension Work In the such as suits, every day had reached his office in recent A
''il United States has to say in that Retention of the processing tax wear coats and dresses, shoes, and hose weeks. He blamed them on to tax at ten cents "per kilowattall our Many Year Experience! Makes It Possible for Us to Render

rearard.,. or some other form of compensating width and hot air expounded by lawyers EJl'll'JCIENT.I'ROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
the average
"two three
t the collection or r gangs. MODERATE} PRICES
tariff, but shifting in
house of representatives
'They are privileged children cost of materials,. Some materials ." '. in the
of the tax to the manufactured DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
of the amount necessary
who grow up on a farm. Practically are quite well standardized, are reliable WANTED' rtoCB MONEY excess
whole of childhood product If found to facilitate and in :. logically to discuss a bill," was'offered STARKE. FLORIDA
4'' the period taxes on attractive, always DADE CITY rllrsF.; A. :Evans
collection, and levying '' '
but after being
to maturity Is concerned with Examples: wool serge of the House, ;
j were among good style. I. held in county fall on charges
educational processes and growth competing products Other suggestions broadcloth; twilled flannel crepe shooting to death her husband and read it was tabled by consent and -

There is something about agl'cul included the proposals. the staple on a de chine, pongee, china silk gingham J. T. Tracey, who; lived with them, without objection. Godwin Introduced ol;
ture and country life that makes basis, research workon percale, flaxon, and dimity. on their'. chicken farm near this* Washington and others WHEN :YOU'NEED LUMBER
foundations for practically net weight outwears two the resolution. It declared the pro
for sound of cotton and its One good garment city. The sheriff said Mrs. Evans
future superstructure."Any new uses and will be presentable and posed tax,would,be a "prominent VISIT
any the adoption of a definite cheap readily admitted the killing "' \
products to
consideration of the education for liquidating government throughout that period of service.It led the way to. the bodies, saying source of revenue, up ,

and training of youth In rural plan holdings, and a government Is economy, therefore to have the men bad refused to give her now", bad been "seriously overlook BENNETT'S LUMBER, COMPANYOne

J areas must take Into consideration loan in 1933 or in lieu thereof a one garment of good material rather money for her'work on the farm. ed. .
at the outset the things Inherent than two cheaper ones. .
guarantee of gross'return equalto STONE WILL, REMAINTALLAHASSEE Block South of Depot
In and contributed by the the of 1034. Avoid novelties and fads. Buy INJURED AS BARN FALLS -,Julius F.
farm and the open country Itself standard materials. LAKE BUTLER-Marlon Waera -
of the The Secretary of Agriculturewas Stone, Jr, will be'left In Florida GRADES PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER
great suf- ALL
Y It Is there that many handling the Estimate amounts before buy- ts in a Lake City hospital "un- ,
commended on State relief administrator "
basic things of life are learned. faring from Injuries sustained In a
>resent program, and wholehearted I. some future date."" Gov. Sholtz AND BUILDING MATERIAL
i "From the time the country cooperation to the future pro- Ing.Buy clothes after the rush season ailing tobacco' barn on his farm ,said he bad been notified by Har
child Is big enough to bring in the near here.. Waters had torn down QUALITY AND SERVICE OUR MOTTO
was pledged. A committee are always Federal relief admin-
advance styles !
gram as ry Hopkins,
the ,bulldng
kitchen firewood, feed'the chicken about three-fourths of -
set to work with and assist would
was up expensive. Istrator, that Mr. Stone re
the to the when tht rest gave way and
i *, and,gather eggs formulating a
the Secretary in of direct relief activities
day he drives the team at his fa It See that clothes satisfy your fell. trapping him under it, breakIng main In charge
permanent cotton program. wasurged : than wants.Buy ''in the State,and would be
needs rather
ther's plow or feeds into that every attention be given an ankle dislocating a transferred later to Washington
of.the clothingthat I* conservative shoulder, I
the gathered grain
to.the expansion of the export to take with the new worksprogress
year, he I* being educated and market.. In style, good In'color and e I. a administration.post An announcement For .Expert Repairing
trained in the fundamentals .and line appropriate for the occasion, HEADS IN DANGER
called by Southern earlier In the week
The meeting was .
verities of life and suited to the individual. Such FORT MYERS-In a move to ,
commissioners ,of agriculture -
In the fields with A ; garments can be worn as long as protect the heads of tourist vision
!"To romp cotton states had
and twelve
the materials last with very little .and citizens of the city as
dog and explore 1* an educational Branches '
representatives present. remodeling. well-Mayor.Dave Shapard has or. 'CHILD'A1ID Smith's Garage
bumblebee's nest,
process, to rob a of the Industry presented In. QOOR
fared the to work cut- ,
or throw' stone at a hornet's' nest eluded In addition to the commissioners Select garment that will serve I .
C, Is to acquire knowledge. To know of agriculture, cotton man two purposes, It possible, and do ling off cocoanuts from the parkway / Tilt SCHOOL

the ways of minnows In the creek ufacturers'.associations New,York not buy two bat, coats, or dresses trees overhanging the side ,, *,Dr. A1UN a DUtANDDmm Phone 120

and the fishes of the lake, to know Cotton Exchanged and New Orleans that serve the same purpose.representatives >. n.1nII HNI CAmtfM,
the meaning of rain and frost and N.-/*>...sew D *mM .tf ItoMM ImumHtf
cotton -
merchants' association,
cotton of the AAA U. S. Wrecker Service Day NightI
drought on crops and, income to associations,, cotton someone might be Injured by the L _or
glnners' I
Tariff Commission, U.' S. Bureau .
know .the names of plants and association, Picnic Time
industries employees' of Plant Industry, and state extension .
bird the haunts of squirrels andy
various cotton cooperative groups,
and woodchuck, to service. i 8IIOLTZ Spring time Is picnic time. N-
muskrats compress and warehouse men, the MIAMI-In ';searing sentences,
children quicklyIn
know the silence of the night, and National Farmers" Union, railroads Each of the seventeen resolutions denounced Gov- call will bring so
speakers last week
y fields:and forests, 1* to grow In handling. cotton, farmers, passed occasioned consider their enthusiasm U our oppor
Sholtz and the state
and to the soul able discussion, but practically ernor Dave tunity. We, must provide for safe
develop | of
'A knowledge I *D HK most my
senate, and halted M. Vernon Haw- Not I. I sew with
a. ,All these thing are learned in but from contact with things ;as unanimous agreement was reached ty in transportation

1h more or'leas degree by the' rural they are. The things thus learned on all, of them,- says Mr,F. Clay., Dade borne County., deposed_aa state'Florida's attorney next of protection again tinrbngrethrocidexl. J. & '.'COATS best

's child not from teachers or books, tick through .life" ton. ; w Impure drinking Do your' \..
"' overnor. ,Hawthorne, addressing s.m water; and instruction .. .. .... .*iI. 6-cord threadI'dCHUn'
the 7,000 persons attending a on the dangerof
meeting called to protest his ouster poison Ivy WV S- dCHUn' break every

charged he'! was removed bemuse must guard again mffWiel"
+ 'w .. "the governor was scared to ,sunburn and sun _
death I would. perform my duty." stroke. We mus I

I Miles BEATS' moat the bidden threat' of, th rI
Thirty Million DADE DUVALJACKSONVILLEA swimming hole. Only by the utmost '
recheck of
, care, can we be thankful
st, # t '1 S 1'' figures in Tallahassee disclosed er- the end of the day that nothlnf
'ors which showed that Dado serious has happened. For days it

bounty had displaced Duval as the advance, the children can be die

argest populated county In Fiords. cussing_the above topics and planning
of Ford Economy The population total for Dual their own protection. No bet. +

County was"sliced: to l1t, 6'l by tel' educational device Is known. I

% the State Census Division, placing "Eats" is the big question whet /

.. Dade County with 180,013 first In Alktng picnic. Here Is the supreme ANY

Ks the official report to be presentedo occasion for getting across the

the State Legislature. ; according deal plcnlothincheoa. Plan it ear* THRIAD

to The Associated Press. ully as any meal. A thermos bottled

borough was third with Hm"j cool milk; tomato and lettnrt

acksonville's. population, sandwiches: .; cup custard; fruit; t
......: ..; --
I - ,- -
; ing to the revised figure yesterday, cake dessert Teachers should pint!

I was placed, at 147,700. Instead of'' heir lessons. on foods for the

165,437,' announced the previous nonth preceding picnic time ; ROADCQNCRETE
night.; Tabulation: of other"cities Iring out all the values in the picnic FLORIDA NEEDS MORE CONCRETE

had not been completed but 'Jacksonville luncheon. Such opportunity

apparently was assured of furnish the motives for health

first place with Miami second and'amps education. I

third Florida population How to implant proper eating,
'' was given as 'l.VOl.' .an increase of ha.bitt in children will (.'t\. eubi.ce > f

133,086 since 1930. of Dr. Inland" ntxt artiel.,, 1
.4D '! I' as

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', MOBS MHES. Faster miles.:. Greater economy that 'II \'

,' .is the story oi the Ford V8.'There are conclusive lig-' Actual I

urea from owners to show that it U the most economical -
Ford car ever built ,
A particularly interesting and complete report of '

' '. costa comas from a national fleet owner who haa owned "ti : FOR 'THEMSELVES
t4 854 Ford cars which have run more than thirty million s -' MILES LONG/ .
nines in business use. u"b'
175 Model T Forda which were run 5.017.075 IN ENBAAND IN A VIA WOULDSTRETCH three reasons why concrete: Is the'," tsrioc surface The saris'

were which ruts TO TM SUN AMP IAJtIc13S most economical.,.,.muc: 'gas.oil.tires and car reps"*
miles. 599 were Model A Ford can were TIMES.FtesztN ; '

?,': 24.041.632 milea 80 are Ford V-8 cars which have keen Ford V.. 8.:,.is rT t. Long life'-and',low upkeep... 5.Concrete builds bu.iaesl.; P1O|

fund which would otbetwise be 'motes trav LA sown oo
2.982.88S .. sa
Ii run .rrttai1, : for be used .is, moved clout 10
This owner's cost records show that Ford V:8'Cad 12" spent repairs aiay to crete

coat 12% less to operate.them the Model A Fords and & *: complete our highway system _bca..

31% less than the Model T Fords. And they covered and _2.Scientific l .e.daadoQ'laaa Aad addition to tb eu mo.q'

',, more miles'per monthl Th*'' monthly average for the T proved chat it CONS motorists ssoos a eoacreo psvsmeor. .toaddrive $
Model T Fords was 1509 miles, e".'. For the Model A ....I see.' up to2> .cents per.mile less to "motorists relaxation .
8. .31td r 1:. oo concrete than en '- *.dd SAFETY!
Fords. 1868 mil... And 2571 miles for the Ford V

Each year the Ford car gives you mom In.value and 'JlcJ" "An: ,Open, Letter to Henry Ford". .is a booklet worth. .,hsviaf. V* ,
performance and cost you less to operate. Peak this,..,...".,.-se'f _
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.FORD-, .8. f, 1 WHtsN COKINt DU INCKfAStIht S.1 Seed Fees, "Aa Ope.' Lien- M' Hs-uy feNd.: ,0'.'

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.;V, __c.--- -- --- ---- -- -- ----- ___ ---___ ______ .. __ _______ .___ .____ OhI ---.. _- ---- .- -. -- '.0 "_ .._.._____ __, ____
CHURCH DmEOTOBt' ROBERT LACY IIAI.L More than 20,000 names have

CIIVRCHr. Fuller'sFlorida Robert Lacy Hall', a native of ,I been signed to a. petition asking' '

.r..-..IITPTIiT. S oOti'1o'clodc: ,8;'., m" WEEKLY FINANCIAL Letter NEWS 1 I[! The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures I Starke for 14 after several, died having years.in Jacksonville been lie in was III born health May In mmedlate Tennessee$42,000,000 River Aurora construction dam' on of the the

J Thomas! WorshiP, 11 a. m. OF TUB STATE'J Starke June 7, 1876 and was the I

m. son of the late John and Susan
6:45: p. YOUR
\nin v:Worship 8 P.. Dl.B I THE !'BREAI'-After a futUe rr Hall.At I iF ,

Meeting, Wednr week ,of Inaction, punctuated only one time ho was an engineeron i
Teachers by unanimous passage by the the old Suwannee River &. Gulf, HAS '
1'30' p prayer service. Wed. senate of the debt refunding bill, Railroad but retired several years BREATH 1 :

d.weekday the legislature drifted into a complete ago and accepted a'position with I
m. ia
Bp. stall toward the week-en the Florida., Shell Rock Companyat
[I/ethodtsr Church Obviously everybody was waiting WlUlston. For the past two A

B M- Montgomery,'Paste for the "break" on the school money : years h* had been living with his

lIDdaY Sc"ool-10 ... m. jam. senate house nor Governor sister," Mrs. Mary Kohn, on her WELL ?
'r rnlD' worsblp-ll a. mgpwortb willing to make the first mot farm near High Springs. :

; League-1:1J: P",mmvening Although only two weeks remain, Burial was In the family plot at toot dew
m. wave we were awn tun
: p.
worshlp-8oo with the $10,800,000 for achy Sante Fe Cemetery near Hamp our Vow.t Oar M.nto call this t
Invited to all theN serv- out of the way essential matte ton. J.o ..eds..l ., sue Bouth. nod <.!! M)
You are r M4 fcrwKfc. We f...& .... Cain* of tW.JMMT ,
can be rushed through before th.. rw Survivors are two brothers TateP. all sew aer ....... It ache M
I. '
whistle blows. \ .*-*. rauAr and s. sow tor urtbtMfc.Wl .
I'ret'b'terlan Church Hall of Jacksonville, and J. Edward ..> __ tae t<..t....to..OM WwW.t
H. Lowry, Minister: The "break" possibly arrived Hall of Reldavllle, Ga.; also Writ', whw w. ere too MM*, our Wtatnta Y,.
George: m.Sabbatb ScbooL With, Bucbolz' two per cent sale three deters Mrs W. C. Davis, *....', JU'Mt' It. Wh.t ta.the bib.. tulaIIt *a ,w,
to'DO vlUI 4lMtt
a. M.MornlngWorBblp; tax bill Introduced Friday. Schools 1 w WUltaton, Mrs. W.V.. Strange, body. UnlM* a ptmt of It a.. .1-hm.e
; ;. I .., ,
1100: awe IBM ur liiiinU y."ttaM *
will undoubtedly come out flat Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mary Kohn ur u
bY the pl18tor. >npT.fnrta. 5,5 pied .ommHtmt, **
anon 1I1.-Junlor CbrleUan EJ1IVQt' ; footed for that with probability High Springs, M. .t >or .... Uom ta ow II fMkowvhi. '
6:30: p. that It can be carried through a'' rbl d..a..ads Vulm*+ all .sea
.our kwlr .Mf* .b> -..>bM.
Worship.I .. legislature reluctant to return 1 to tadla..e
m,Evening when ear ""-"" apish one
1:30: p. Its constituents guilty of levying eb.rk ("OM'" w* dont) ... w* ,... Ilk* wWps.lbau..rm
MALAItIAIn .....', WM a _Ut_ ec a
Christian Church new taxes \I 9 tluysCOLDS .: 0.5 .t the Tab Os..re 9
I Pint wblJ .mil'' eve t.e '
J Bev w. T. McGulre, Pastor AD VALOREM CRACK UP-If 666 Bow little at Uw rule jaI.*. Bat u'fcTnmililaab ire 1
I School, 10 a, m. the house finishes what the Senate ta>" ia.n Bible :Sae fir*i dar !' a.ar *. &.-..-rssi WwM.l I' }
I Communion. 11 a, m. has started the present ad va- Lao- tt "' i iI
1 : lorem tax system, making real estate : ti. Llql'n) TA..III.U Tonic 'and I I. men y _l AA.a. (M CarUt' UUMllta > 1, ,
Cbrititlan Wednesday Cad at vbat rw i
7A by
Prayer: meeting ,1.,80:; levies the backbone of the Uilot'. Laxative alii San-h..,. OuK abl.a.
tax structure of the state, Is
[ m.preaching Second Sunday ,11 a. wrecked, Both houses have passed ...t

and 8 p. m- a law repealing the esaentli PROTECT IT AGAINST DAMAGE
-- provision of the 1929 tax foreclosure i -
BAPTIST CIIUKC law.: The Governor yet i: \1t\ \tt I n
--- :
v I. O. Hemingway PastorIserv'lces must sign. The 20-mlll limitation ---:;: \ t I t/,//'t / From

every Sunday. Bible! on total levies except debt servlc, Christ Btrayd by J.d..' Kl...-The betrayal of Christ by Judas Is told In Matt. 20, Mark 16, Luke 22, It// Sum-

tudy 10:15: a. m. Morning Woi Is through the senate as are bUls and John 18. Luke describes the meeting of Jesus and Judas as follows "And while H* yet spake, behold a I

11 a. m. Evening Worship; eliminating state mlllage, cuttln multitude, and he that was called Judas, one of the twelve, went before them, and draw near unto Jesusto mer'aa.
m. Judgment interest to five percei kiss Him. But Jesus said unto him Judas, betrayest thou the Son of man with a klsst"-Luke 224748. Blistering

JlETIlELmST w p. CHURCH maximum, holding homestead tax This illustration Is from Merlan's story of the Bible In pictures, engraved In 1628-1630. 11 \ I %

assessments to 1934 figures, payIng : -

Kev. L. A. Donnley first.Sunday.Pastor .current and delinquent debt year bedevilment from every conceivable can this court do*'' Then with a worked out a new route, all of It SUN < 1 1AlN

Services every 2:30 m., service tax levies with bonds and source. Given sound smile he added: 1'Truly It has bee in Florida, and you'd be surprisedat
Sunday School and, Prayer p. Servlc coupons.. Apparently there Is no laws, fair refunds, average patio written; that to err Is human but the strength he has developedin
I Bible Study opposition to any of these hal al conditions look for another to forgive Is divine."-. Okaluos Congress for the all-Florldt canal -
Lry Saturday night. way-through measures in tbe boom. Nor is political stgniflcenc Messenger. He Is, Indeed regarded as the PAINTIT

house but there- Is the practice absent.. House representation I Is >.. ,, best authority In Washington on
difficulty of an almost hopelessi ly'' adjusted each ten years automatIcally A BURNING ISSUE the canal, and has made one or

choked house calendar. Four hlgr. on population. On this count A darky named Sam borrows two speeches In the house on the y

BOB JONES ly' Important bills sponsored by Santa Rosa and Columbia lose a $25/ from his friend Tom, and gav subject-speeches ,Illustrated with

the board of administration, an delegate each and Broward and his note for then amount.,, Tim charts and graphs and maps that

Comments On Here intended to facilitate county refunds Bay gain one. A dozen counties went on, the note, *came long pad make the enterprise look astonishingly -

and protect political unit are on the border line and It I I. due, and Tom was very Impatient simple.-Atlanta Journal.

And Hereafter and ,friendly bondholder group easily possible to see ten year for its payment ,One day the tWG REPAIR your home's exterior for Sum. ,
from aharpshooting, ,haven't yet from now overwhelmingly control met on the street. Tom stoppe TRAIN SCHEDULE
There is no substitute for goo reached the floor. of the house pass from West tOo and said i: "'Look heals, Sam. whe -'-"Southbound a mer. Brush it up,. give it refreshing

mmon sense.' A man 'withoUt Passed both houses however i I Is south Florida. Is you-all gwineter pay dat No.1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. cheerfulness and color Shield it from

salmon sense may be able to go I law making homestead exemi MIAMI BEACH-Dade County'Irrespreasable note?" NO. 11-Due Starke 11:00: A. M '
to a scientific laboratory aDd, tlon available to practically everyone coast resort Miami "Ah ain't got'no money now," No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M. the hot rays of the sun with

experiments. Hiy Constitutional amendment Sam, "but Ah's gwineto No. 191-Due Stark 10:57: P. M
t e Interesting Beach, continues to hang up enviable replied
be able to play the piano wel, doing the same thing is also planned records far in advance of pay It Boon's Ah kin. NorthboundNo. 2-4-1 Davis PaintA
In a practical in courts set the act months '" 2 Due Starke 5-22: A. M.
ut we are living case Florida's march out of the rtepres! "You been sayln' dat for -
irorld and the man who deals wit aside. Federal supreme court has slon. Standing eleventh among th) retorted Tom "but It don't get me No. 12-Due Starke 4:35 P. M Full Lin of Paint and Enamel, for Every Purpose. '
Mople must have common sense 1 1is 11 recently ruled on a case declaring cities of the nation In the Issuance no money. Yer pine tel' pay da No. 108-Due Starke 5:11 P. M

e to succeed in life. Dwight Iloody homestead exemption applies also of building permits for 1934, regardless money here and now; date wha Starke and Wannee Branch
was a great evangelist butt to debt service levies. If this case of population, with a tots you're pine tel' do. Ellen you No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. M BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.

i WM a practical man., The law proves to be parallel and therefore of $5,478,000: now promises te ex. I don't you know what Ah'm gwlno No. 102-Arrives Stark 1:50: P.M, I ,

r or the physician with ordinary applicable to' Florida situation cede that figure this year. Firs ter do? ,Ah'm gwineter burn ye T. J. GRIFFIN. I ION
iwryday common sense usually ; then indeed is school completely four months has already passe* old note. Den'wbur'll you be?" ,

''makes good." Sometimes a stlleat out on refundtngs, as now 2000000. On top of that Is ha. "Yas you ;;Yaa you will"

In our college comes'.to. mt( to vogue. All will stop dead ,In paid 1471,000 of bonds not dde 'for Sam shouted. "Jes"';you burn da F With Byrd At The South Pole I k
rtth some plan ,that lent practl their: tracks until new ways to eighteen years, thereby cutting off note o' mine, nlggah.. and Ah'H pop| I ,
Md. He tells me that he believe beat the devil around the stump;] $490,000 of Interest, and bringing a lawsuit onto you-! -The; Cock: .

lod U leading him In the plan. I ire discovered. total premature payments sine: Burr, .' _
lways) tell him that God has- "goo. ROUND ONE For the pas Nov. 1933 to $1,106,000. Tax collections _, .. -may (A Series of Three Article} .- a

hense" and God Is not the authoU three.sessions bondholder Interest for current year have EXERCISE AS A CURE

a foolish and Impractical prop Worked openly in Tallahassee. Thltession reached eighty-seven per cent, o' Not long ago a '12-year-old boy: r rt

loaltlon. they have not been In evl!- roll and with month and a half to In Indiana was convicted of robbing '' rIT----::

Jence.., But this week they showed go _may come close to hundrei a store. The judge had a fine Irw'
, Can we acquire common sense 1 'up; And are now at..words: mark. ,Last year collections wer Idea. He knew the boy was too

I doubt it. We can develop,whaW joint with the Florida.League ff ninety-seven per cent. Present levies young to be a criminal even if be I

have and we can get wladon Municipalities over Senate Bill are lowest since 1924. did commit a crime.. He. made up] ',

from God. Wisdom Ja, the ablllt; 160. This bill, enacted Into law his mind that he' would not sent "\

to use knowledge coda to ,,meet three: weeks ago, makes It mandatory the boy to a reformatory. More lr '
luccessfully the emergencies oUe. bud than that he also. knew something
: for cities to make two ,
If any man lack wisdom twill rets; one for operations the other r I From Other Pens I about boys, about, the problems r'H' ('y'g"

\ ask God for It God will glv, for bond service, and allows citizen they face the Jemptatlons thai i.

It to him. But God doesn't glviwWom ptlon of paying either for both confront them under certain con O, +eLlnLitrN c. J4.......1.. oIr. M..I'

to the Idiot. God 'awes) Purpose is.to take from the hands WHAT IS A KNOCKER dltlona. ,rte" wa.pevnl. att
wisdom to people who have some of bondholders the club of a crush (Author Unknown) So he told the'boy: "I think 1 1 t Jesiea, By C.U.A.S.ABELE Naval ,Reserve JR. B.
MUM to start with., The world I''. service shutting off the 'rattlesnake i what 'trouble is. You .
ng debt levy, After God finished know your Assistant. Fuel Engineer, Byrd Anuretlo Expedition II t
died with wrecks and failures because money and forcing. cities In line In the horned toad and the do not have much to do. ,You are

people don't even have com- order to get operations money vampire, H* found that He had Idle. So each day'until I tell,you No. 2
BOB tense enough to get advice utllltlei whict must ,walk the distance .
left with
Cities without, profitable' some awful stuff to stop, you '
from someone who does have common ,- lave been In a tight corner, This He made the knocker A,knocker of 'twelve 'miles. That Ii Things I've'Learned +

sense. bUI> lets,them out of the.corner. ,is a two-legged animal with a your sentence. The Judge had the rio, attention to detail. I.I still a problem for other AftltlO' .j
CC C ,POPULATION-The 1935 stat corkscrew soul, a water soaked good Idea that it. that boy had BOARD'THE BYRD FLAGSHIP ( tractor: the three Little explorers to meet. t?
lly good old friend, 'Dr.,,Oeorg. Just completed, shows pop- brain and a Jelly-glue backbone, plenty of exercise each day he JACOB RUPPERT (via tractor and the two Ford Tbe next difficulty was Ice In the

R. Stuart used to say, ,"Bob. it ilatlon epees changes,of great slgnlfl- : When a knocker comes down the would seek healthful repose. It Mackay Radio) -W* are orulilng bile were not constructed to resulting from On* ;,

>III good thing when you know,thTittta' < to bond owners. In ten years street, honest men turn theft would absorb restlessness, get ridof across the vast Pacific, In tropical condition such as w* of snow being drawn Into

place' "., A lawyer who iiwceMful anoe tate ,population Increases 1,263- beads, the angels weep In heaven surplus energy that breaks out weather free from toe, snow ere In that Icy nightmare south air Intake. These penetrated
in his profession'knowl 28.8 cent and the devil shuts the gates of In law violation. ruses, billiards and the other un.' finest screen TBI! *:opstaol
49 1.801.291; ,,a per
the principles ,of ,law. ,If a' pro- to him out. of Antarctic devllmtnts 'we 'ba..e put only b* overcome by remov
icrease.,Moat astounding fact dis- hell to keep Crime often Is the result excessive Dma and Vernon Boyd,
Motion la submitted to him be with for nearly two rears. What the carburetor and chipping out 4
MOWS closed Is 'enormous, Increase In Ecery once In a while you'll heat : energy, especially with thefoung. up tie Creek, Pa. Joseph Hill vIS
whether that faa relief t W are moving slowly In I Ice. In order to facilitate re
count was re' evil doers are too a Bernard
wrist area. ,The 1926 some fool let a few knocking Young Canyon, Ti.. .
ew accord. It Ia with not the principles ol I lade at the height of boom in th* marks drop out of his nasty mouth impatient to plod along, the weary order to conserve our supply of i Winthrop, U.., and J.'H. .. of with tbe,, carburetor butterfly ,nut It 'was In' is

*'lawyer only Important play area and popular Impression about some church, some business !>ath of effort on some honest Job. fuel oil. : Wall, of South Ozone N. Y., .
to usual hx bad. We
aw, but he know the principles of baa been that there has been a >r some lodge It the time would They must have quick ....ul... The W* had sadness la New Zealand. *4 under almost Impossible *de of another the peculiar discovery, '

H> (o for, needs to know where .ret exodus since.. Dad (Miami) I taken, the chances are It would toy who has a good, healthy, tired Our pleasure at seeing nw faces, dition through the long lowering the draw bar con
he Bible specific Information. up from 111.333 to 180.513 for six- a* found that he had either been feeling' as the result of strenuous trees and grass and getting clean night preparing the units for MOb machine to Ue sloV ;v

won the world contains all the. infornv t7-two| per cent Is the most ImpresIve. refused credit at the store,' membership ixerclse in some oport has obtained again was offset' by the death, season of activity., .. It was pulling Increased, theflUUney
II f e In.tb way ., Dade now Is top state count in,the lodge, or his moth. an outlet for his Intones energy from natural cause, of our clvrcarpenter. Demas bad been os of the vehicle. If U.
of life.y It " v e rything t f u t", :Jacksonville ir-ln-law belonged *. Byrd' previous was at or above the can
"PPX and to we need to make us proud position of first city. Duval In any case the mark. have proven rlmerf: f" of Boston. This Is the nrst man of able te anticipate numerous of gravity meat of the weight
make US.VlctoriGuLpIa h ,: knocked were The boy who h a'-bad bll'mindibsorbed either of Admiral. Brrd's Antaro- la the '
* Preacher has .alas 414 per cent. Like progress that the folks essays changes the machine was thrown bask
' *" In the the but "gltUn' fow another ,decade wlU put Miami Lbaolutely right. with contests with his tlc Expedition to dl* before the eluding the Installatloa of a the heel of the tread when tow. "'

sine to him for world for people who In I front the fifteen tourist coun- o .- I allows for whom a wholesome final ham coming. Th* Admiral lon oil tank over each .. heavy loads Instead ,of being, c
It ly, when help.What. farce U.. show *. gain of,37.3 per cent TO FORGIVE IS DIVINEA and''interesting activity has been ,has never lost a man on the to*. this means hot and fluid distributed over the entire ;w

"'wpit on a preacher stands In his Ding from 455,860 to 6215,,". ButIggeat guiltless war veteran who created,'works oil that surplus of despite the terrific dangers and was always available for use This caused the tractors,to

,lewe" the Sunday night and re- gain was In'Everglades served four years in prison for nergy that otherwise drives him tasks they have encountered r- .agio** even at the lowest Into the, soft snow.
III bit latest novel when h* has area where six small counties Another man's crime appeared in &0 do bad. If we had more' gym markabl achievement and a won- perature*. Airplane tank This'I We bad a let more battery iron..l

III ""pupil ch to the Book of Books out hued an,even fifty per cent.,Theurtyfour ourt: in an Indiana County, and laslums and playgrounds'' foi derful testimonial to Admiral. 145 gallons of precious Tydol than the average motorist kale }
broe hearted preach to' *.Hungry. '. old Florida counties Inthe In one speech won mercy and a young men to work off surplus vi- Byrd's care of his men In equipmeat line were Installed In the winter. So long a*the bttrle
_ I world. him would 'Dot" so often and la watching over their roen tractors and a 60-gaIlon
rural''belt gained only eleven tarole' for the man who let city they kept fully charged no difficul
- lper cent from 407.006 to 452,471, anguish. In a cell without speak- ireak loose in criminal stunts.' health and welfare-, often at the expense on the big tractor. Dma was encountered but one. thajr q;
so rarer of his own wellbeing.The greatly concerned over two the full
increase BaY Eacanvia That Is one reason you allowed to drop below
'i of;this and 45.465 Leon alone accounted for ng.A,, soldier Edward Sinleton hear of a Boy Scout getting In.to past )'.ar has been a year of teals which faced him I the output decreased rapid, !f''
than half Bay hashuge four trouble. H* bss\ to work Inter. Intensive training for me. I didn't dilution and vaporization of I, For this reason spare charged Vl
1.510 more went to prison ye.rsap
'Kscambla theuntrrs ,; for rob- sting work, absorbing hours that think that In the short space of M Much to our surprise these wr carried In all the ?
'I'I. paper' mill naval aTr station, to serve a sentence Harwood I be> would not miss. H. hasn't months a person could cram so never became an issue. The ..*. Each unit also. carried a corn-na
Thouglt'yaa largest teryv, Recetatly Ralph thate .time 1 for trouble. Palm Beach much Information Into bit head. In and lubricants functioned act of spar part so that any
daD" esped'e.pl..U I Leoo the political : was _arrested and confessed for I Imes.. ,*. a talk this morning with E. J. i sad later when the engines pe of 'repair could be accom
till Fifteen counties showed an ctoal had committed the crime D. overhauled no excessive .
; t .------ "Pete" Demas. of Washington out on the blliaard. swept
e 1 PROTICT: ; ,, loss, all being In old ,Florida hick, Singleton was convicted Congressman Green,active alert, C. chief of the tractor division, w, carbon wr found.' *. '
arabia' &he :. :cept Monroe (Key West) St. Lucie ingleton. was freed,:and Harwood nergetlc, has Jilat about "stolen" summarised the operation of the The greatest trouble we Even now, as we are plugging: pt,

Ilea,,)' IM' c Fort Pierce) Manatee (Brad- waa sentenced to a cell. the play from Georgia, In the mater tractors during the past season and these, awful tractor trips was \' the Paclflo with euramaslagprineea '

they by.g,:, enton) DeSoto (Arcadia) 'Semin- "This) young man has "gone of the oft-cU cu.eaed canal), some points were brought to lightwhich ,breaking of fan' belts. At only a few weeksb* a,
ole' (Klsslmmee). Monroe is rather tralght sine the'robbery, from the Atlanti 'to* the Gulf. may be of Interest to motor. 'tremcljr low temperature .*. they are beginning lo r-
hopeless, but Manatee. De- former soldier said during hearif ,'you' remember and Ists sod other Interested In automotive tired 60 to TO degrees below In our mind avnts. of the r ,
Soto''' and Seminole will be helped on an application for Clemen Originally time Immemorial the pro- matters. the rubber sad leather belts .- staDt past. Some of tb.x,
by pearly,completed tick\ ersdlca- c'I for Harwood. ."I served four tcUd rout of this canal wa Tiathe This has been the'ant time lath came brittle and snapped Ilk. : w* want through ar* bard to :

uO n and resulting boom In cattle Ionl' years In prison for his crime. St. Mary's' RJVer the Okef.- history of Arctic or Antarctic ghetti. W* attempted to make alls* now. In mr article nest i ;

toes., St. Lade'wilt," get wenrut et that be enough." ake Swamp and the:Suwanrie exploration that surface automotive of rop.- These would -work *.k I will try t. give yea s'nx-iv .
when it refunds.' "If this) man who has beenrouged Most of It, Jn Georgia, units have ever been used pie short "..., aM then' start to> summary of the entire Byrd' Ks

Mr f These population shifts show th41peat has a forgiving' heart Rlverf?'
,vitality of the: tourist and kid Judge.Hurry to- the hushed Me,Well Congressman 'Green nor wad entirely the.' result of unDag- dr Neville used IS.:..fan belt. -,* oM boy just oct of college.
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dus. No tcllla' what he might ,

Bradford County Telegraph "It's. about time," Governor ., PROCEEDINGS
Sholtz said last week, "for selfish Maybe You'veHeard' Of course I realize that the so-

Established 1877MEM.BER Interests and lobbyists to get '
of the capital and let the legislature It But -
cast the equally so-called series of
and attend to Its other so-called
Sv' go' ahead
ballots to elect the said! ;lse" plans, offered Pn>
V PLORInAPRESS.SSOCIATION business c 11 '.' Hawthorne to office, but you rapidity as to leave with
V IQ35 The Governor was right, and be AN INSTITUTION PASSES let a little thing like that ture confused both the legs
.. 0 would also have been right had by the
? nd In the of straightenln and sup*
,.. J.owxvrd a Q the Unless something' done aboutIt way necessity for revision of
he made the statement during
-,,-_..._ .._- -, -. ...., -- -- _. .. first week of the legislative ..s- pretty soon1 one "of our most : what might otherwise develop Ules. All the while malorli?!! *
helluva mess, and <*<
4 first-class both branches
Institutions bids fair .
Published Weekly Fridays and Entered as Second Class time-honored wa.tedUmpa
on sion.
do lot of
to fall Into disrepute. Time was what a poor for both sldes-the state3,
JY Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Soft-soaping and button-holing when a good healthy blast on the voters know about it any- schools-to reach some

u --- -- .. lobbyists are doubtless largely to fire siren wash enough to turn the ? But none came and, in w agree, _

t E. L. Matthews__,._._______..._________Editor and Owner blame for the delay In passing Im- town into'a scene of feverish activity And it grieves me further to see the present program was brong

.. -, .-- .----. portant measures at each sessionof -the general effect being many otherwise sane and In- out of the finance and (
until the last few axn0y
? SUBSCRIPTION RATE the legislature that of a well-kicked ant hill-but editors frothln at the committees. This plan
1 of the when they are fOI
days period lock at the situation today (or rather and wrltln' caustic edito- the schools the $4, OO.OOO
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance railroaded through with only the Tuesday night). The (fire ,denouncln' the Senate and celved from automobile tags now ?

a. Advertising Rates on ApplicationSix most summary consideration. sired screamed its blood-curdling : Mr. Hawthorne. What's ed to that" -nest--- egg -._.. ".".U, **(,

'-. --- -. '- .- -, A news story from Tallahasseethis warning into the early morning ,, country coming to, anyhow? ssoooooo'from the 'unaltd
week described the lavish entertainment what ? Fifty who's allow- chain store tax gradu'ltd
all, and happened I know one guy and a lot of "
'cylinders can be just as deadly as six-shooters. afforded by lobbyists, per cent of our citizenry have become to get so worked up and cats" as they are known> ?

0 of.a certain group who were "at so accustomed to the frequent utlt, that he's three days be aggregate $10,500,000 and: a ,
home" to legislators on a yacht blasting that they didn't 'on his "Dime-Letters." dent surplus to provide IUIJI
is often used to multitude of sins. moored at St. Marks, the gulf ; tree text
A good name cover a on even wake up; twenty-five per are so Inconsist books through the twelve
you guys
coast, just an easy drive from Tal gratin
cent awoke, murmured somethingabout Announcement of
o You "Why didn't they this prornu
say .
lahn ee. After being thus enter. "another domed false I came on the the
', The wind from a glue factory never blew anybody good. tanned there are few legislators alarm," turned over and went him a public hearln' instead" the senate-approved day house paZ
holdln' it behind closed doors? Florida lit-
i o who would not consider themselves back to sleep; twenty per cent actually it was only a little while ago covery Act, aimed at the abotltii

''y Simile: As dusty as a buck dancers' convention In the under more or less obligation attitude to Is went so far as to get out of were bellerln' and carryln' on of chain store. The reaction fret
their hosts. Such
"i Middle West. an bed cast a desultory,glance from Senator Hodges wanted to the schools was quick and Ineviu,
only human.A the nearest ,windotW.saw no reassuring -equal"I'e Senate proceedings *o ble. Fearing the eventual passa
t o resolution was Introduced In glow, and 'went' back between would know just, what went of the recovery act through tend

Y The hand that used to turn the coffee grinder now turns the House this week condemning the sheets, An Intrepid five' I U you h dn't raised such a concurrence In house amendment!
the "nefarious work" of lobbyistsand cent, within whose breaata"thespirit the school
the phonograph crank. per then you might have been lobby rejected the B,
describing their Influence as of adventureever, rises anew, 'to "listen In" on the ''recent nance and taxation commit!**
o a "stealthy undertow." The resolution -i donned their pants over their pajamas latest set-up. The schools MM

Never say that you are down in the dumps. Remember asked that all legislators and rushed Into-the night ; "No I We can not depend
S' "become active In the accordln 'to Olin Miller, upon
apprehension ;
only trash stays there. There was a depressing skepticism chain stores for nearly half of ou
of Insidious lobbies and lobby- folks who spend a lot of time
about the whole procedure. budget when the lei;alature >,,?..1.
,; f) and to figure out, how to GET -
tats" to Insure Impartial No one really believed there was afire I own action is about to pass a bi
The average husband thinks a crime wave is the ,one he consideration of all measures." -not even the most hopefulof don t have much time to to put chain stores out of bus

'.., has to pay ten dollars for. It was referred to one of the numerous the hopefuls: the five per cent of on GETTIN'the more AHEAD.Important prob- ness."
legislative committees who went to the trouble of puttingon ; Facing this situation, tit, nit
Id ,
I 0 where It will probably go the>> wayof their pants. There was no hurrying : back a little state medi orlty bloc in the house waged
1> The fellow who is continually wishing for the best lets many other good resolutions and scurrying about; here society set out to get even with war on the first of the committed1

t wishing get the best of him. -0----;. and there an automobile sheep surgeon sothey proceeded ,series of bills, a measure that r*
WORTH TUB TROUBLEThe :ishly emerged ,from a garage, but kick him out of their organiza- tame the seventh cent gag tax to
on the whole the atmosphere was \,. t The only result was that Dr, the state. They lost the fight an<
*r In spite of all the publicity, we have yet to hear anyone been literally Boy Scout"snatched movement from has the distinctly funereal. The fire truck got a million 'dollars worth Immediately there came from th

order,a rattlesnake sandwich., jawa of death" here and once more was, driven matter-of-factly free publicity and the little sidelines the two percent genera
I.I", around to the telephone office 'did them more harm sales tax that is expected to pro
0 an effort will be made to build up
where the rudely awakened opera- It did him. duce not less than $9,000,000: the
t It's all right to follow the leader-providing you know: the strong troop that rightfully one kind or
should belong to Starke, judgingby tor said that no' had been public confidence and pub. amount 'the committees expec*
he's going in the right direction. those being enjoyed In towns of enough to call and give the loca- I : go a long way in a the school 'would get from chain
0 our comparative size tion of the blaze. By that time race 'and while Mr. stores.
firemen and spectators were reluctantly may be- "out for a job" As these lines are written, pare
; A fourteen-month-old baby recently swallowed R. F. Wheeless. who has had
a screwdriver forced, .to acknowledgewhat now, he's slttln pretty. far going forward to put the gen
l lie must have been nuts. many years experience e in scouting, they bad.suspected all along the future ,is concerned eral sales tax bill on the house ipeial

0ffi' has consented to lead the boys In -there. was no fire. w.:.--.,;;,.-( order calendar for conslden
the effort to revive the
new troop The truck left, the telephone office explains the singing ion next week. If it gets sudealgn.Uonas
Cod liver oil will make hens lay more,eggs-if it doesn'trun here. However the organizationhas
and began its run around the of Arabia by advancing the everyone believe*
; ,them away from home entirely. been on such uncertain footing; block to reach Its resting place at that the eerie noises glv-. T_-It.will pass the house and teen
In the that of 'the
,I, 0--.. past many and the power plant, A few cars trailed put by the sand are' caused by certain to slide through the MB
boys have lost Interest, there .
The man who builds a better mouse' trap will have'tine n will have to be a revival of spirit behind taking the one chance In ate.
a thousand,that the firemen were
it before the movement can enjoy
time lending to his neighbors.
on their way to a real oldfashioned -
any great degree of success.
0 blaze. Soon lights were dous-

n}:' Big oaks from little acorns grow, but a little hard workon The start new with scoutmaster a small la willingto of ed and the town settled back to '
group slumber; It was just another false
your part, might hasten the process. boys and work up, but he must alarm-altogether a very depressing -
o have for a nucleus a patrol of enthusiastic evening. MAN -H'UN
Scouts who will work
!;Y They way some of 'em sing "Down By The River" makes for the troop and will be willingto Profane-Minute

't us wish it were "Down Under The River." take the responsibility of get
When the Sioux
'' City Progress
others Interested In its
: sue
\' 0 Club recently ""met\ to'see motion .
, Every,man ,has a right to make a:fool of himself once in cess. pictures of t.he'Boulder Dam construction y

.,1, his" )life, but. some of them abuse the privilege.The No join boy the should Scouts have-he to should be urgedto feel the wrote sifcretary/ : of the organization TRAILS

'! ......,. 0 an instinctive Interest in the work ,
"It is ,the mist beautiful damslt -
( old ,gray mare she ain't what she used to be: now. of this organllatlon-but if his enthusiasm -i .>ln the world and a damslte

yn'adays' even buggies are.equipped with a radio: Is lagging, parents should : higher UD than,.the dam committee ____ .
--- un
[! take a hand and lend him whll.tencoura&ement ; first imagined.; ;; :"
r 0 they can.It shouldbe ,
The Japanese language has no personal) pronoun "I." worth their trouble to see their Part of the club' membershipwas Famous Sleuth Track

,; Must be S pretty hard for newspaplr columnists there. organization.boy affiliated with this fine clean nothing outraged more or at,less what than It said profan was Down Evidence on How

W" -0-' --0-- ity. The others agree with the Goodyoar's GreatestTire ,

Some countries tax childless women. According to that, PROSPERITY AT TilE ROOTS secretary when he' says he used Stands Up on Can'of ,
correct English. What do
It has often been said that "real you
:a f. Mrs. Dionne should be drawing down a sizeable bonus. prosperity must begin at the grass think?" ... "G-3" Usenl!,

0'- roots", -that Is, on the farm. --

t One exchange says that a he-gossip is worse than a she- ,Statistics support that belief. Skit Nlte

:rJ, gossip. It all depends on who has >{he better imagination. The great bulk of our population Community Skit Nite last FrIday e
was a. from .
depends for Its living on agrlcultuie success every
0 -and depression has tendedto standpoint; except the crowd. However -
'? Folks who used to worry about '''keeping.'up with the send more people back to the the audience though slim,

,S' Jonses" nowhave, all they can. do to keep up with last month's farm, because of the Impossibilityof lacked nothing of enthusiasm and
bills. finding jobs In Industry. The their applause gave sponsors of the .j
American farmer still provides the program spiritual. If? not monetary -
I" o greatest single market for consuming ,'reward.. ,Feature of the evening -

,"f:,:,: Well bred people don't read other people's mail. Unless,I the products .that our factories was the Kingsley Komedy
Kwartette (Nat sternberg, T. T.
,f''' of course-. It Is something they feel they really should know i i1 produce Long, Juntas M; Smith and Jim 'NOTE
As a result citizen afford
no can
.\1;, ,about.. to think that'he has no personal Hitch) who proved to everyboy's ? Recd the complete

---- Interest in the ups and satisfaction that' ,.they could kom- t thrilling,story In Tin
dy as well 'as kwartette. A 1
Henry Ford,, says that money is a mystery to him, downs of agriculture. Good times Gainesville boy. 'Ernest Shajuten Saturday Evening Poll,

tiff meaning no doubt, that he is puzzled over' how much of It for agriculture help make good I: who Is totally blind, drew a big Collier', Liberty
' for all businesses, all workers "
he has., hand when he,.played clarinet .
I --precisely as depressed agri
'; accompanying himself at the same
I 0- ,culture hits us all. time on the piano. His rendition Excited? You bet we are t-and to will you
A person might be inhospitable, but.he always asks the Foresighted citizens, as a result, of ,"Creole Love Song" (always a
be when
hear the about
latest facts
f are throwing their weight strong. you
favorite of -this
tI ,bill collector to call again. department) was
ly behind any movement whose truly remarkable A hill billy orchestra tires for your car-Just released by a treat

0 purpose Is to advance the farmer's' (Ray Plummer, Charles detective who scoured: America Interview

/),,: If Postmaster General Farley ,is, still looking for newt social and economic status The Fender..Clarence Davis and Sims Inn "G-3' AIL Weather users "G-3"
: tamp designs why not have one showing Whistler's "Moth. farm cooperative movement, Phillips did ,things to '"The
among others, has been given the Drunkard's Song"In the best hillbilly -Introduced after "third degree, road
:tir'er"!\} dictating! a dime,letter? genuine support of Industrialists, 'tradition." cootie Andrews tests.- has more than lived up to Itsclalmaha.

4 0 economists and others who have no sang two songs;'the audience asked proved Itself better than we
); declares' connection 'With farming, but who tor1 1 more, but Scootie
A writer'I our present troubles arise out of the know that prosperity at the / was said It was;Stacks of evidence,clinch the
grassroots adamant (no.prbfanity Intended).
fact thlitwe the '
: ;' save wrong things. Chances are you'll never Is essential to national well. case! Come see this'astonishing tire

., SInd a use for that. old string. being. Speed 'Harvey ,write from -that costs YOU'no"extra'price!
r}> o- i iJ -----o----- Plant City that he pitched againstLa

J Summer has its good points. At least GRADECROSSINGELIMINATION. Tropical the other day, but forgot EVIIENCE ROLLS II'III '
; you don't have to to say which side won. Henry i E' AS YOI: PAY
$" listen to the fellow who tells you about gettlnaup and taking President Roosevelt has stated Manasaa. soloed last week-not vocally '

. Y a cold bath all) during the winter. that he definitely favors gradeCrossing but aeronautically Eddie Amazing "G- '" "Footprint tracts* F 1 R' ;NEW 19"1,1 EARS
I elimination as part of the Ducnla seems to get along all gathered from Coast to Coast. ,
0 great emergency spending pro. ,'Iabwltbout advice but someone -
4 No'matter'' what big words the 'college boys and girls gram. This la one of the best possible should tell him he plays too PROVED 'urttont MILES of EASY, SPEEDWAYSAt
T'use\ they're always careful to wrfte home for money in Ianffuage fields for spending of emergency fast. Martha Powell won the Cash REAL NONSKIDfre.quently at

i that :the old man will understand. funds It fits every purpose Night money just as she and several exceeded. c ,
for which the : 1'
expendituresare ether young ladles who have '
(i? 0r designed In that it serves a been bachloretting at the lake BBAUEBI GOODYEAR MARGINrllUffCV T E 'R MS,: 51

:jl l According to statistics, women secure $936,000,000 in al. definite public need benefits every were?wondering where their next : se SAFETY .top* carsquicker '
citizen, stimulates Industry, and la ...... .
'fit hamburger was coming from. ..aq. A, WIIK
imony yearly. ''The fair sex seems to have beat the rest of provides a maximum of employ
Speed; boats are louder than ever
ih: the country to this "Share The Wealth" idea. ment, direct and indirect. for each Klngsley this summer. Peace. PROVED' SVPIRTWIST CORD -

dollar spent. The cause of highway ,I".. PROTECTION
, 0 ---. loving resident*, tiro complainingabout 'e:
t ;
safety will be agabut blowouts.
i$ Millions of years from now days will be the length of a advanced and railroad immeasurably service will one that"began Its cruisingat GOOD EAR
,4 o'clock last:Sunoay!
' ''month, scientists say Perhaps that will give wives sufficient be Improved as the existence of On a visit here several week morning.before :SEE .OUR LOCAL. EVIDENCE )

" time to 'get something for' the mid-day meal. grade-crossings: Is a great barrierto I the date of the trial at whichhe
If' Increasing train speeds. did
not show
up. Scoby said
o The $200,000.000 wUl not, of the ''thing was beginning to turn 3unl Coo4ycsri.,'e Glt Ea .AcMzfa9AD1lA> M M..ftlI jauK/ttKV..
Someone has said that
would make ideal
' women diplo. course, eliminate all grade cross ,his hair gray. It you. are wontler-
mats. It would) look pretty funny to, see them on missions ings. But It marks a great step hug bow many chain letters were Motor

\, of state, break down and cry when they didn't get what they forward, and paves the way for sent from here: 1.000 printed one ,Register Co.Starke .
It 'wanted. additional work to be done by all were sold during the last week of .

units of government in the future. the.rage,,and ,at:least twice thatl 1 (Corner: Walnut and Madison Florid

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