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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TRACE SUPERVISORSFOR COUNTY CANNINJ SCHOOLS GET AUDIT OF LOCAL OFFICE.FERA IS I,. AIRPORT RETURNS NEGRO KILLS



(ESCAPED ',: :' CENTERS NAMEDAnnouncement ARE ONLY PART MOVED: TO GAINESVILLE : I DEDICATIONSET YOUNG GIRL


of' the supervisors The auditing department Of the :

who will have charge of the local FERA has been moved to tbo

NVICTC Tour canning centers In the soul:> OF FUND ASKED district offices in, Gainesville, It'I I' FOR JUNE FOR REVENGE

ty was made this week.. They an: I was learned this Week The mak-I]

Starke Mrs. Cora Jones;; Lawte; : ing up of payrolls and other duties -

Mrs. Elizabeth Plummer; Brooi of this department .will be> con-I
BreakIn Legislature Rushes Is Still At Large
Made 1 $100 In Prizes To
3 er, Mrs Albert Sullivan; Hamptoi ducted from the district office I In

Stolen Mrs. M. L. Watte rson. The centers Bills Through In the tutu:.., Only.on. employee o Be Given In After Murder

at Hampton and Lawtey at Last Hours the department here was retainer : Monday
Car In operation and the ones lit Miss Melba.SlIcox, who will work Air Contests erl'a

Starke and Brooker are expects in the Gainesville office The : -

IiRD KNOCKED. OUT, to be ready in the near future. GROSS RECEIPTS TAX:: change was made;.for. economic* STATE OFFICIALS WIL1 WIDE SEARCH MADE FOR

UND: AND GAGGED PLACED 0 N STORE !S reasons, It is said. HE INVITED FOR DA' EX CONVICT-LAYER.'
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;; from the Florid By HOWARD W. HARTLEY Plans for a big celebration whe AH trails have led to nothing
,? convicts GREENSEARSWill FNS Staff and Lonnie Green thirty-two year &
Farm near here wei, CorrespondentThe ; TEAllfHURlNear the local FERA Airport Is offlclu
I Prison yesterday after hai 1935 session of the Florid ly dedicated Sunday June 23, are old negro who Monday night bru$1*

at large custody Thuri Both legislature closed with 'a record of unday way, It was announced this tally .murdered an eight-year-old ,s

,taped week from In an automobl! mingled accomplishment and mul ;HamptonIN week by members of the, Flyln colored girl in an attempt to."get '$1

f last local tee fled opportunities but marked I In Club. revenge" on her mother was still j"*)
T. Long
j to T. MAKERACESTATEMENTS Its dying hours by the winning of Ii Various state officials and MaJor ... i at largo yesterday. 'r:-
COLLISION The find of the d..dchild' ?)*
administering a knockot partial victory by the state's public A. B. McMullen, state airport Charley E. Johns Bradford gruesome
A
ma schools In a struggle for ait annual In the body, with Its neck almost
luU O. Jones, a prison guanconvicts superintendent, will be Invited to County's representative vl
cut In two mad TUBS-
was early
from the Long appropriation of 910,000,00 be present at the dedication cere state legislature who returned this
sped ,
THIS WEEI -a budget based! on an $800 teacher adjourned day morning about three miles ,
the
had been amis' CARS DRIVEN 1XY MRS; monies. home here after body -
i,where they ANNOUNCE INTENTSTO .unit for minimum 1 south of town by W. E. Thornton, $inight
,a a floorsanding job and d< months term., a eight PETERSON AND BEAS- A fleet of Army and Navy several hours after tbo marshal who was Informed M d

frequent radio broadcast RUNA LEY RUN TOGETHER planes are expected to be here tor time originally set. Mr. Johns
of the crime he
Just as was cornying
bas : Under the terms of a parity section .. bitterly against; the Cot
trace fought
wide search, no -- the day, and $100 In prizes will be off S
a found of the men or the auto contest between Represents i of the general school appro Bryant Beasley teacher in the offered to the winners In the various grvsalonal redistricting bill Unplaced duty. Identified %
live R. A. Green'and Represents I prlatlon bill, sums Up to $2,600,00 Bradford said. Bradford and Duval In the The dead girl was as
County High School, his flying contests, it was V
of Pearl
toe prisoners, James Vowel, Live W. J. Sears for the right to will be paid to the schools fror wife and baby daughter were badly A dance In the new club buildIng I same district but was unable to Evallne Frailer Frazier colored, daughter with ;me]
woman
a < t
I Gates and Peter! Kaba, all I represent the Second congresslonat the state treasury If the chain: Injured when their automobll) at the airport will be held Saturday prevent this measure from becomIng whom Green Is said to have lived
district became almost cat store tax bill Is held invalid I In) a law. lie was of great; servIce -
have led Jone ji and driven Mrs. M. before the dedication
e, are said to one by; Hope night for some time, but who had recently it
closet, supposedly to Inqulr tats this week, according to"; what appears "to'be a certain contest Peterson, county deIPon.LraUon An out-of-town orchestra will be to the stockmen of the stat married another man and
statement In the Jacksonville Jour- before the courts. In his handling of the Livestock \
afternoon for this event
to the agent collided Tuesday Imported
t a matter pertaining moved to Lulu turpentine settle ;.,I,
The schools also will receive committee of which he was chair
, and there put him to sleep naLBradford at a road Intersecting near Hamj ment west of Lake Butler. "

a blow on the chin. Thien and Duval Countle from auto tags and other source ton. r''r. "MISSISSIPPI"AT According to testimony brought 1 k

then bound and gagge were placed In the same congres approximately $9,000,000. So the Witnesses say that both automobiles out at the coroner's Inquest hell> \k

guard, taking what small; slonal district by a bill creating a I parity clause guarantees a mini were travelling at a falrl RITZTHIS man.$100a Tuesday morning, the girl had .(t

ge be had In his pocket,.and fifth district In Central Florida mum school budget of $7fiOO.OO< high rate of speed slut both tuned SUITBy been left with John Green, father",
'or exactly $2,500,000 more thai I several times i 2efore comIng SUNDAY AND MON '
;eye to the Long automobile Public opinion here seems generally over of Leant where she had remained ;
had been used tor' tranapor- to have been against tbe redistricting I the schools received last year to a halt in. a rcadslde ditch. DAY"RUCGLES"TUESDAY for some weeks.. However tho ;;;i..
Furthermore, If the chain store tai Mr. Beasle .. sustained a broke: Dr. Brown < '
It
\the prisoners from Ralfon measure as was passed, mother had recently written sayIng ?
arke. but many of Green's staunch sup bill Is knocked out and the school: collar boneand, a broken rib. MnBeaaley The screen's that she was coming soon to .*

l t three men then went Into porters predict that he will hay fall will back be the on first the time state in treasury Florida'Iiatory tt.. had a deep:: scalp 'woun of song, comedy leading and exponent beauty- IS MISTRIAL take her daughter to their new :,>
and arm was badly injurer }
returned to one
tier room where a trustle prUI little trouble being W. C. Fields aJllt home. 4))
Bing Crosby
I was operating the sanding; Congress even with the Inclusion From the that state's education general Is finances revenue< The baby received a broken leg Joan Bennett, respectively I Earl Monday night Lonnie sailed '$
Mrs. Peterson was Uninjured except .
me. When the trustle rerun of Duval.County In his district. Fund. for honors In "Mississippi," the at the home of his father and i .

b go with them, the others tied Green and Sears have issuer Although the settlement or partial ; for a few minor bruises. the : new gala musical film which CASE ARISES FltOMINJun.S r- told W a to pack the girl's clothes 1'1p
Officers who Investigated IN
up and placed him In the eta separate statements; which wen settlement of the school financing accident failed to place the blam. comes to the Rita Theatre Sunda;; WRECKA for n* was going to take her to her .'t
lib Jones not formal announcements for the the and Monday. mother. John Green did a* b* was >.
problem was perhaps For the collision which occurred -- '
wen and Gates were serving; congressional rape, but which, admitted major Issue before the legislature, where the recently completed Roa It Is a story of Dixie when the mistrial was declared In thi told and his son left the house with $

ity.year sentences for blghwa: of little elAgtlplp a fortbrlghl. a number of other vital Issues were 13 cut-off meets the hard road ladles wore crinoline and gentlemen circuit court In Alachua Count;; I the little girl.' Several hour la-' fQ'j!
In the southern part, of candidacies,, rfIn didn't their, morning ter the father said Lonnl returned
enjoy ;
my tackled, some successfully and others From Hampton Lake. Signs hay last week In the case of Dr. Q. W !
stats.IRECIRCUITING. statement coffee unless It had been preceded saying that h* had "got satis ;
Green's the present without a satisfactory solution Seen erected on both roads urging) I Brown; of Lawtey, against Joe :
Second district member pledged Taxpayers had hoped that thi motorists to slow down for the In- by a duel. One of the best scenes Smith of Hawthorne, for $50,001: : taction" and telling where! th* {,j,'

himself to work for Duval and eglttlature would abolish the six ; Lewtectlon. V"f* i of the film U written around damages. A criminal case11 I body of the girl could b* found.- ,"F
n "
". Clay Counties,.wlltch,will becomea nlll state ad valorem property tuimd l Both automobiles were. > : almos Binge singing of the old favorlti which Smith was tried s.veralweeks' Early Tuesday morning' John' :"

BILL IS LAW part of the new district. He said efforts were made to abolish omplete; wrecks. I "Suwannee River," with the assistance ago In county Judge's court I came to Stark.'and' reported th) ;

friends( in those counties were urgIng the levy. But the repeal bill was of forty negro voices. Other In Starke on a reckless driving ; :rime to the night' marshal. Thorn- tw

ADKINS TO GET SIX- him to continue to represent blocked in the waning hours of the I song hits are "Soon": and "Down charge: also resulted In a mistrial!. I ;ton followed a dim trail south ;,
YEAR TERM IN OLD RESIDENTOF Most of the From Green's" house and, about *
the Second district session, largely because the general by the River. corndy rbe Civil suit was brought In Ala J
AUGUSTed Is furnished W C. Fleldi. mil and a half away, came upon ,.(5
Rep. Sears announced thatupoeIo : revenue fund was opened tc GRAHAM DIES i by chua, the county of Smith's real .
considered the screen'srel&"J1lng the In a thicket. .
the future of who Is body pine
would he return schools and because dence.
legislature circumstances
the
through The Klrl'l'neck had been .'f,
comedian. tiny
li closing hours the Judicial re to Klsslmmee and see the office ol he chain store tax bill Is uncer- "UNCLE BILLY" McEVER The case centered about a wreck
MADE HOME THERE Coming to the Rita next Tuesday dashed, evidently with a large i t(
from the New Fifth aln. and Starke UK'
ling bill placing Bradforc congressman; between Lawtey on
Is knife and there were fifteen h
remain MANY YEARS for one day only. "Rug- pocket ,
Alachua Counties In the district. Automobile license tags night of April IT. 1034. In which
same
where the
wounds
hit iy
of theovernor's gles of Red Gap, a comedy or twenty \
Mt became a law when signet that reports at $5, $10 and $15 in spite William Me Dr. Brown received injuries dura-.
He said emphatically reductiono Funeral services for starring Charles Laughton in the *nif* had been thrust Into her .h

Poieruor Sholtz. of that nature were untrue request ten" for schedule.a Ever,. affectionately known to his title role. It Is the hilarious story aging bin eyesight and Impairing chest: and sides. Two cups of raw '$

M new circuit will be known at and that he would continue his residence a "five and the demands of the nuny friends as "Uncle Billy; of society in the backwoods ot his ability to handle his medical turpentine had been poured over I!;

Eighth Circuit and will be in Jacksonville.He Here again reduction were held at 10 o'clock Wednesday America during the rollicking practice. he body as If the murderer had in"p::

pied of the following coun- declared that this announcement schools thwarted a education nornlng at the Christian Church 90'.. Although. Laughton is stared I Joel Smith of Hawthorne was ended to set tire to his defenseess Y,
not to be construed as a ilnce auto tags provide I He died In a local boa- hiving a truck toward Jacksonville had not
Alachua, Bradford, Baker was of Its total in- In Graham. he receives expert support victim but the body
two-thirds with
with his truck collided
>net, Levy and Union. direct bid for the Second district >ltal after an:limes. of several From' such famous actors as Mar) when been burned. ,

<*P A. Z. Adkins, of Starke,; nomination, but that neither was Itto ome. other things the lays. Roland, Charlie Ruggles, ZaSu he car of Dr. Brown It was I Green was only a short time ago

[Judge H.L. Sebring, of Games- : be Inferred that he would retire Among many "Uncle Billy" spent most of hUIfe Pitts, Roland Young and Leila >'rought out at the trial. cleaned' from the State Prison
did the following: that
Brown told the jury
I, will be retained as the twc upon the expiration of his present egislature! $8- on his farm at Graham with :iyam. Dr. Farm where he served a four-year
Appropriated approximately he meeting a car with two
W In the circuit. J. C. Ad- term: as congressmanatlarge.The he exception of a few,years durIng .. was term for shooting a man In Ala-
for governmental when he was confronted -
32 ,OOO a year lights suddenly
of Gainesville has been ap. two congressmen issued the and In- which he lived at Punta Gorda. {Woodmen ServiceThe hua"County.
from be-
leparements, agencies; with more lights
N State's attorney and the statements without knowledge of Pall bearers were: Ot A. Andreu,, Description of the negro has
tltutlons and courts. lad From this point on, he tes-
tment of an assistant State's each other's actions. and John McKinney', Riley, Wasdln, Woodmen Lodge will attend been> broadcast over radio station ""f

pey has not yet been announc- Levied occupational gross with John Surrency, C. B. Roberts and In a body a special service at the Ifled. that he knew nothing VRUF In'' Gainesville and Sheriff ,.
retail stores out at the trial!
taxes on It
was brought
MALARIACOLITISBAD receipts D.! Abernathy Burial will be at Christian Church Sunday night; otI : W. J, Epperson was called there
stores paying the major partf hat he confined to his bed
chain Members of the lodge was
Ca.Arrangements. 8 I o'clock. ucsday afternoon to Identify a
Adkins, whose present taxes, after refusing to pass Icworth. tor six month..
the ,
HERENEW will meet at the
ls Ion were under the and their families nan who was being held on sus- ;i
expires June 7. 1937 and falling to outlaw Smith told the jury' that he
sales tax !
a Irectlon of DeWItt C. Jones Com mil at 7:30: o'clock and go to the Iclon. However, the man held 7
Uready received' notification NURSE "evils. behind truck parked on
a
HEALTH chain stores as came up
hunch: in a body. here was not Green.It y'
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appointment by Governor MAKES REPORT Repealed the delinquent tax any th. highway, and unable to stop, was also reported that the
II for a six-year term In the laws of 1929, leaving ,truck Dr. Brown while trying to ,
THIS foreclosure
WEEK RENO
circuit F SILENCE IS GOLD ]EN OUR aurderer had been seen on a
beginning August; 1. at the tax deed system as the only use It. He said he was blindedy '
tine Adkins will his Clennle Hickok.. new Bradford of O F RICHES relght train passing through bererly :
resign Miss method of enforcing payment SHOULD BE CITY Brown's lights. Wednesday morning but
Ip In the old -Twenty-third County health nurse with the roperty taxes.Extended R. J. Bullard. riding In the truck
-- hen' the train was) searched, atItklwln
and
PERA. reports' that malaria' the privileges of homeead u. E. LAGEROKEN) Starke's peace officers let Reno rhlch Smith said was parked on Green was not discoveredalt.

Ii Md that the economies to icUtls seem to be the chief. prob- .: tax exemption to more per All(By have heard of "Reno," severely alone, except in very ith. road without lights, told the .

cad to the rec1rcultiD bill ems, hero at the present thus.Bs -... tarkes colored suburb; yet even &raw cases, for the dwellers adjust ''Jury that his truck was travelling .

f* tale number of ,circuits J Hickok: saya that maay mosjuitoes Revamped the state Into five In- Africa Is less known. Goig their little differences to suit owly. M. T.' Browning, driving

P twenty-eight to fifteen and find they way Into houses .- arkest toward Klngnley. take, afterou hemselves. They are generally tb. truck In which Bullard was BUS JOB BIDS ,

Fl oft eight Judges, will be al- -even the ones that are screened: Continued On Page Eight) have passed 8apn store, looks peace loving and law-abiding' and ding, also testified that be was TO BE TAKENSCHOOL

fwinpletely offset by a snipF and she Is urging more'adequate the left and there 4s Reno until consider their territory as a small ravelling slowly and that his

Ury measure creating nu- protection against this pest. FREE CLASSESIN reach Powfcirs *tlll.' It was epubllc. How the place gots Its ghts were. on.Resists. BOARD BUYS.

r" leV f assistant. State attorBOY Miss Hickok reports ,, also. that "developed'you during .UM' middle tame Is not known; perhaps because +-- MASONIC LOT

tlve new prenatal case have come DRAMATICS" 80's; is bounded on the north by a divorces are so easy there, ArrestRoy IN LAWTEY f

Into her office and that all have BY RECREATIONAL .Itch: west by a ditch: .east by the or perhaps the letters composing Carter was out of Jail this Applications for Jobs as bus i V'J

LAwtEY been given literature and have OFFERED DEPARTMENT OF old Lawtey road and south by the name are the Initial. In the reek' under 9-10 bond after resist- rivers for Bradford County d'

CRASH en urged to make arrangements FERA tate Road No. 48 and containing entencs *"Resting Easy No Objec- Inl' arrest Saturday afternoon by hoots: will be received until Sat- 9

VICTIM tor medical care. ..9 acres, be the same more or less. lon" A. L. Alvarez city marshal Mr' rday, June 15, the School Board '!

P BUL Tb nurse made the following The Recreation Department of The lots sold like hot, cakes to But the striking characteristics .Ivares attempted to stop Carter announced following Its regular

SERVICES HELD report for the month ending May the local FERA Is offering free colored people and there Is hardly of the place Is Its stratospheric si- wbo was quarreling with a negro eating here Monday.

THuRSDAY FOR 31: number of homes visited, 54; raining In dramatics to all Brad- a vacant space left. All of the ance-something unheard of In a on the streets here, and when b. Its 9
MELVIN The Board also announced
CARTER fflc visits 48; number of Indl- tord County children Mrs. J. p, nldenees are fairly good. some olored settlement Just a short .did so, Carter struck the officer, the
number in- of the nestling stance from the noisy depot, him to fall. Sheriff W. purchase of a lot adjoining
89 charge
rat services for Melvin idual conferences, ; barren who bas ar&. quite' pretentious using School and belonging to> ,
-refeu-ed-fof' medical ex- said this week. trees, vegetable ,ardens and silence, like a poultice comes ''J. Epperson: and deputies arrived, awtey
-w. of Ividuals mong pecan The r
Lawtey. who died la program of sound. Here th. Lawtey Masonic Lodge.
rifle jnlnatiotw-.- 28.. The classes are held on Monday, : corn and strawberry patches.eno : to heal the blow. on the scene about this time and
hospital Tuesday to an mount of the 'consideration wassaid
recently attended end Friday of each three ehurcbe-.one for are silence rest and peace carried Carter off to Jail. '
*fractured Miss Hickok ITednesdsy has '
skull received I be Imagined, to be $150. >
not
.. andire. auditor"um school house dent that caa I
lGJnoblle the institute In home hygiene week In the high school: every thirteen acres,
accident were Jackson order: children buildings, but must be experienced before Melvin Futch: was appointed as
lodge
to of
held
lbe grave of the sick In the following :and a couple Beck Gets DrawTom
.Y In Dyal > from the I School
Cemetery Woodlawn
of "modern Improvements' BaliMd.! The cows come ocher of the 'f
thek to fourteen years no
ten : there are
Thursday afternoon vUle. from But in the streets, Bock Lawtey middleweight the trustees
OlIn o'clock to electric light to He down upoa recommendation of -
9:30 some
: except
I Carter age meet from their) battled Jim Hawks, ruggel'
received his fatal fifteen road In the hut their eyes and chew there.
flee ,
"hen a truckElizabeth h. was drlytolktled I More Office SpaceWork 10:30: old o'clock and; over children meet from lurches long the and Kingsley a few residences. The cuda without fear of being dlsturoit hlcagoan, In the Jacksonville Col- An election was called to be held

i In Jkkeonvllle!With another automo- began this week on remodling years 10:30! o'clock to 11:30: o'clock. only business institution Is an un- When a hen lays an egg she l eum Tuesday night.' The Judges' In i Lawtey Tuesday. July 9, at theelty t
divided clean
a
despite
Teat When a were evenly
week. He
tbs In the city hall for Is given in spoken ertaker's. shop, but dying Is not tckles in a whisper. hall for the purpose of electIng -
can of Dalton a room Coaching sticks his nock-down scored by the lar'Up.log -
he
Carter
dramatics. the outer has to crow three trustees and fixing the
iI Rehabllita-
Rural and Last year proprietor t
of the expression there.
popular draw
Lswtey expansion ngllah. tighter The verdict -
oaks Lawtey
__ grower. In that building. The urged by Mrs. Warren found his business solead" cad In a bunch of Jerusalem Jllage to be assessed for the next
office Parents are recorJ
Ion Tt leaves Beck's Coliseum
Vf of the hall; was their children take ad- and the situation so to deaden the sound. y doradon.t two years. ?
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at the rear to have : He
$- Joh'nsEliae.beth rom,: /: bark and the grunts of tbo without a black mark. welghej
formerly used as a garage for the utage of this free Instruction. ,. "rrave'-; till be had to apply for reef subdued. At times you In i at 1M spotting Hawks tour One steel bus body was orderedirchssed ;
Approval of put to diggingi pip are for of ,,
F. Johns, one ot Itys garbage truck. work; be was pounda. transportation
and down ev.rystreet
hdieut residents ot Starke. ehabllitatlott projects has practically Directors ChangedMrs. In i canal-work that must have may walk up pupil. on the 8tark -Hamptonleressa -
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not mat a single perSOD.
Y and
tkr bomB to a. halt during the congenial. Until lately theresa Commission route. .S
here Wednesday come Ward last week I been occasional smoke The City Au-
Frances You see aa
frva.at J the age put few weeks. L. A. Fortaon, dlector Mrs. Mona Saunders associal a blacksmith shop' but the wash-boiler and a couple istlne, Fla.. has forbidden smokg :- The budget for the ensuing year 3

bid f11"1 seoryieei will said yesterday but the placed service director of the local I. nltb ran afoul of a woman and adog of trom women a wash clothe* In com-)& at the Civic Center owned and was discussed and It was decided
from when the button the '
ill the home Friday ana work is expected to speed up Mrs. Saunders was shifted They pressed Continued-On Pap Eight operated -by that'csty..1 '{ .to beftn work en-It tXiut"June'lO,
u ll'ocram ERA. did UM ,..t. ,(
4 4 Crosby o'clCk;. Cemetery.and interment the government's gets: under .way.spending. : I to Inverness, It was said. I idertaker




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Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reddish
NEW RIVERMrs. ,BOOTSEY'S BEACH ed last week from a visit with relatives BOATDR tIN Ing Donald McRae and Jimmie Edwards L. O. Hazen, H. P Gain

t' O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentA Mra.. L. .a'kln. CorrmM aa>.' In Manty, Tenn. Mrs. Z, Z. Oi; :;: fls, Correspondent Sunday.Mr.. and Mrs. R. Conner were of Starke were visiting daughter Vera. and Mr and*
W. A. Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard
here Friday.
large crowd here were Oreeii-Crnwford Ivey Luke spent the week-end In Mrs. W. A. Brown and children, guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Sapp' friends from here who were attend,

\ transacting business In Starke Miss Martha Crawford, daughter Gulf Hammock. W A. Jr., and'Mildred, of Orlando, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Bryantof business were !
Starke
'1, Saturday. of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Mrs. W. A. Tyler and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Mrs. Ray Johns of Olustee Is Starke spent the week-end here Monday

Mrs. M. F. Wiggins and Mrs. W. ,, and Mr. Bill Green formerlyof spent Sunday with her mother Green and Mr. and Mrs.' Z. Z. Grif- spending a few days with Miss Eli- with :Mr and Mrs. Chester Reg- lar Rev.church G. E. MCCauley held ,

\1 l' H. Smith of Sampson City are visiting Lake City were quietly married Mrs. O. L. Brown. tie this week.. I zabeth Harnage. ister.Miss services at the B.

.::i. relatives and friends In Mia here Sunday morning at 11 Billie Hicks returned this week Mr. and: Mrs. William Mooreof Mr. and Mrs. E. E.: Youngblooilwere Mildred Brown, of Sampson Church last!! Sunday night '
o'clock at the home of the bride's and Miss Bessie Varn of Dont forget:
', m1.t : after the past month in Oviedo are visiting her father visiting II. Keene Monday City Sunday Scho.1
spending
and Doris parents. Elder E. N. Anderson and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starke spent the week-end with ery Sunday at 10:00 a. m .
Crosby morning.
Misses Betty officiated This young couple hasa Jasper Prevatt, this week., Misses Eula :r.rae"and Etta Fay Y. P. U. every Sunday at 7.
week-end at Rising visiting P. D. Reddish and QF
f spent the host of friends who wish them C. C. Sumneh and Elbert Tyler Mr. and Mrs. at the Baptist Church. '
:)::1 their grandmother, Mrs. A; S. much were in Jacksonville Friday.. Miss Pauline Prevatt has returned Mr. and Mrs Leroy Norman were Dyal.Mrs
Crosby, ,They were accompanied happiness.Mrs. home after spending the past guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, B. M; McRae and children Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott
home by their cousin, Miss Hazel Miss Dorothy Swanbom returned few months in Ovledo with her and Odessa McRae visited! rela- Children of Alachua Mr app

1t Crosby, who will spend a week J. L. Caaklns and children home last Monday after her i undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Sunday tives In Gum Branch section L. W. Sowells of Micanopy .
J. D.
spent Sunday near Starke with term of school at the Woman's W., H. Carter and son. Lena Sutton and
g / with them Mrs. C. A. who Moore.. of Mr, and Mrs. Ray Thursday. childr
) her sister Moody College in Tallahassee. Dorothy were guests Gainesville and
W
i! Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner are has been ill for sometime. reman led at Tallahassee for com- Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and Johns of Olustee. Sunday. Randolph Crosby of Jacksonville Connecticut r gnaw
''i relatives at Fort Myers. children were visiting In Jackson spent the week-end here with his spent Sunday heguests "
# visiting
r and
mencement.
of the CCC and Mrs. Tate Alvarez
Wilbert Crawford, Mr. of Mrs.
ville last Saturday and Sunday parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.. C. Cros- Sally Mutt
:! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Andrews camp near Ocala spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. B. Batten enjoyeda children visited Mr. and Mrs. H. L. I II Mrs. Hampton
1f and Everette Renfroe of Ft. Myern end here with his mother, Mrs. J. fishing trip to New River this with relatives. Edwards Monday. by. made a chobee Conerly of Ok
W. T. and Floyd Crosby spent last week
Willie Green or Ocala was visiting hen
here Sunday night. I
'WI' were. visiting Roy Quinn I Mr antTMrS. B. L. Green and ., _Mr. .R, Johns and family and business trip to New River Mon- guest of her mother rein g
Miss Audra Belle Phillips was Mrs. Raymond Seacrest and weekend.TIIERESSA Mr. Enoch Keene were in Jacksonville Mott. She was
Mr. and &enas Griffis last accompanied i,
Ma.
the guest of Miss Vernle Phillipsof of Hollondale are i day.Mr.
'\J baby daughter, !' I Saturday anji Sunday.! : Monday. : and Mrs. Russell Carteot by her niece Miss Estelle Moll
));: Pine Level last week. spending some time here with her Miss lilt oil atelflrlr, (:Correspond : Mrs H. Keene was at the bed their H. B.:' and' P. A
visiting
f- A. E. Maxwell of Green Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Red- Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt Hellbron were Crosby t
Mr. parents side of her mother who Is ill, Mon moth-I
Hundy-Hnl! Mrs. M. L. .*wis, transacting business In
,iV;+ Cove Springs spent the week-eud have returned home after spending er, YOU
I Mrs. M. Hall Is announcing the day. Marklee Crosby of Plant Tuesday.
dish.Mr. the last two weeks In Oviedo
: 1I..r. and Mrs. J. L. Johns.Mr. .
'lF With and Mrs. E. E. Yarborough -
marriage of her daughter Ouida relatives here this week.
and Mrs. Martin Sattler of with relatives. I RiSiNG visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. W PlnhoUte
In Jacksonville visiting -
spent Sunday to Mr. Marvin Bundy on Saturday, of Waldo was a vis-
E. J. McRae Lake City were
if Ilalford were visiting in our section Mrs. Arnold Grlffls Is visiting visiting fne j
,h Saturday afternoon. relatives. June 1, 1935, at Starke Florida. relatives In Green Cove Springsthis Mrs. II. M. McKae, CorrespondentMrs. itor here Tuesday.Mrs. and relatives here last week.T
y I
% Mr. Newn Bradley and daugh- Louise Snowden of Starke ,
yI Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop andY ters, Wlnona and Phebe, of Jacksonville Mrs. S. W, Griffith and small week. Evelyn Crosby Mrs. Beulah spent Sunday night with Mr. and I Lubedia were accompanied Plnholster home by ]

Mrs. Sim Kelly, Mrs. Calvin Ward are spending a few days son, Donald Leon, returned to their Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Harris Kelly and son, J.. R., and Mr. and McRae. who will
Mrs. H. M. _
their for the
of Corinth, attended church here here this week with Mr. and :Mrs. home in Miami Saturday after visiting were visiting China Grove Church Mrs. Floyd Crosby and children guest next few 4
A number of young people enjoyed L. ,
k Sunday night I W. R. Kersey and family. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. last Sunday night.Misses visited relatives in Jacksonville at the homeof A. Futch of Law ley, and
a birthday party A.
Jake Thomas of Lake Butler, I L. Sullivan. Melba and Mae Prevatt Sunday.Mrs. II Crosby were transacting b
Miss Alma Johns entertained Miss Lena Lavendar Monday
In
Tallahassee
School at ness last Wed
attended Sunday Long Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins and were visiting relatives In Jackson-
I Nita Brown ana son
last
several of her friends Friday night. day.
Bridge Sunday afternoon. daughter. Grace, of Hampton were ville last .
night with a fruit party. All reported Sunday. Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. .
f7 The farmers of our section are J. Miss Lucille Webb who
visiting at the home of J. Zeig- Misses Dorothy and Eunice Grlf were hub
all of ,
a nice time. Brown Sampson City
s all busy gathering produce and Miss Frances Sullivan of Jack ler and family Saturday. tie of Clay County were visiting dinner guests of Mr and Mrs.,Willis BROOKERMiss spending a ,while In Jackson
Carrying It to the market. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and daughter Mr. and .Mrs. Zenas Grlffls last Vera Galney Correspondent with friends and relatives hu
sonville was visiting Miss Vlrglo Dyal Sunday.
The Bradford County Singing turned home.BALD.
Mrs. Arthur Milliken were visiting week.. "'
t Convention will meet at the Long Gasklns during the week-end. In Williston Saturday. Remember services .at China :Misses Vesta McRae and Helen Brooker v;: Micanopy

tit Bridge Christian Church, located i: Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan Elder J. Mullady of Putnam Hall Grove Church; next Sunday and Norman are spending a while m The Micanopy baseball team *
and children of Jacksonville, were with Mr. and Mrs. L. ? GiveYoi
Starke and Jacksonville here Thursday afternoon to
> on Road 28, between assisted by Rev. J. M. Daughtyof Sunday night: Everybody wel- came '
i Lake Butler next Sunday. The visiting here recently. Clayno held services at the come. '. A. Crosby. play baseball against the Brooker -

lti public is invited to attend/There Elder and Mrs. E. N. Andersonof Theressa Christian Church Sunday Russell Thomas spent part .of team. Both teams played a Scalp: a Chance

I will be singing all day and lunch Water Oak, spent Sunday here afternoon. last week in Jacksonville.' hard game at the close of which Je,..... Oil I.I the nnme of the renuitaucrmnful
GUM BRANCH
will be served at the noon hour. ford.with Mr., and .Mrs. R. N Craw- Arthur Milliken of Ocala was .MU :Elizabeth Ilarnage Cor. Mr. and Mrs. J, L.. Underbill of the score was 4' to 2, with Mica lining, to gut preparation rid of bare.:: dmirtruff that, tinman..luf: i

visiting Mrs. Milliken and relatives Plant City were dinner guests of nopy. victorious. Itch and grow atronir. healthy:: bain,
' HAMPTON ---e here over the weeK-end.. Mrs. W. f.:'Harnage and grandson Miss Myrtle Fountain, Sunday. The farmers In this section are ara and not partially deoif: 'held hie famous*i>ot* where 8"11"11'1"hMi'I ,.

SAXTON Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Zeigler an-1 Blllle are spending a few days Mrs. Elbert Bowers and daugh very busy at present gatheringcorn tvr-lrrltaiit Htluiutateii 11rculHlftm. laocalp.
Miss Ada Klmmn. CorrespondentMrs. tin. w. A. TI.r, Curre.*........ ter Lucile of Starke and Miss and watermelons. Some have hrlnffn an abundant \: r of b
daughters Rhoda and Ruth, were with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of to nourlHh and feed >l iveil. !iuir nioit-
h; B. E. Hall and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sumner and visiting Mr. Zelgler's sister, Mrs. Raiford. Leta Bowers of Boatdraln section begun gathering tobacco. of U..clllef e.u.er, of ha IdneM.Get.to
tofMr at riruirglit. Tilt coil U
? Visa I Audra, had as their guests children spent Sunday at Lake John Sullivan In Waldo Sunday., Mr, and Mrs. Albert Williams of were dinner guests of Mrs. H. M. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Stitch of Rai- (Econuniy say .!... Ill'.lauhueoI, | IHfaua
last Sunday, Misses Myrtlce and McRae ford spent last week-end here with ,In** and nacre to fffiln FPEI, vulualikh.
Jacksonville her Sundsy.tMr.
Jity1 visiting.O. People of. Theressa are looking were guests of parents 1'''.Truth About the llnlr.;' If youN.H..sl mtt
:Mary Hall, and C. T. Hall and T. Nelson was the dinner forward to "Homecoming Day", Mr.,, and Mrs.. J. S. Sapp, and Mrs. Willie Andersonand i, her parents, Mr. and Mrs... L. A. Haawdy, Co.. 6k V/. 4Sik, StK

family, of Alachua County. guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Crews June 9, at the Hope Baptist Sunday. children, Vernon and Lillie, of Brown. JAPANESE 01!
The revival services began at the Sunday.Mr. Church.. Everyone is Invited to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Browningand Dinsmore, and Mrs. Carolyn Greekof Mr.' and Mrs.' R. T.'Osteen, 'Mr.. .

1 Baptist Church Monday June 3, and Mrs. D. A. Judd return- attend the all-day services. children of Raiford, were visit- Jacksonville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott, L. R. Waters *TM..>-.e.t adeoU..nwsf Ky* .-was..-.rtviewedjf ....,..it
and will continue Indefinitely. -

Preaching will be by the Rev. 1. Still InexperiencII
a THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR
L. Lyle, pastor of the church I 1I

Mrs. Avery Denlaon and sod, .- _
*" 0> l
v, Carl, are visiting friends and rela I I It -* S. I

,, lives in Shady Rest 'it M THATcS THe t GOT MARRIED
,
i Merril Johns returned to his ltouat VIVTH MOSTOOKT tll9T FEBRUAR(' DVT
DIOIC "(1tKE t R tai. woRx ['iJE'' 'ONtY a.
home this week after a visit with GUYS+11tEY- TR1! } "
his sister Miss Erma Johns,' of TO FMSGtR, LONG 1 OOPS T OUT EVERY 'l1ME; Ell, 'ooN4r 9EEN'MARRtED.I
PERFECTLY ALL YOU nEXTOORq t' FouRttEN.
tI Jacksonville:t __ _
GOTf A is HUMOR
pO
I. E. Clarke and family, who fl "i1t VdOMEN ''YEARS / / ,
have been located here, have recently -

? : moved to South Florida ,
a
near Miami. f -
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins, ol I u

Ralford, attended preaching here A f
I .
y List Sunday ''] ,,, 1

Miss Emmajoe Sullivan, of Miami !

"" arrived here Monday, and ,

will be the guest of her grandmother ei

Mrs. J, P. Sullivan, for 4- '-
%. 1_' t
6 several weeks. _; ;
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I+ Miss Lain Mile Lewis Correspondent f

tt Services were held at Dedan Baptist ,

?; Church Saturday and Sundayby

the pastor, Rev. a. E. McGaul-
g+aEi

ey.L.. O. and Jonnle Lewis Miss ; __ _- -

M tl Uazel Lewis attended Thomas and church Miss at Lulamae Graham I :;.IHE_. MAHJ THgjg ON MAIN STREET" : By JL R ''Van Zelm |

I Sunday night. _
Mrs. Sallle Mott and Miss Mary Gee, I'M Sorzi'v: A5'THB .

Mott and Mrs. Beadle Conerly Bully: htzz g 7 Q / DICKiNS> BUT t CAN'T T ( '

; were visiting relatives In our sec"tloii STOP 1t4t! DARN T111N6l1tY1Al _

7 Sunday afternoon. MAIN'TQEBT. %' GLUM MUl /Y" .U l.Oo> "'
i Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard, .rNA P" MEVW/PAPEO. fut.eUaL SOLetST QUICKI I 1 1r

; and daughters Misses Loree and ,r >11//

l Marcle, and Miss Hazel Thomas STOP SPEEDING

and L. O. and Johnnie Lewis At AUTOS I
: tended the dance at the home of

Si #4r. and. Mr!'. Castes Saturday I -
k night.
IN' oapea 10; tnPttdna ? '1\.4'
C. C. Johns and family of

Hellbron, spent Sunday here with I / AUTOS,SMQIFF

.:Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. /" A Ml** P. MCk"\, sv"

6 Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and fee _Ice ooctTHBM 'TtiD'
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daughter, Miss Hazel and Mr. and LV/Sno A CMAIM

Mrs. Lonnle Mann and J. W. Lewis, & THCN STKUTKI IT ,.

w .were visitor.to Stark Monday, ACO6** MAIM
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EVERGREEN and daughter were visiting his The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the
. j 7ierO like Mr. T. A. Honlfr, C.rre.posdeat mother Mrs. H. F. Redding, Sun-

l Rosier Misses Pauline Roster, Mary day.Mrs, George Nosworth and O BETTER BUSINESS FIRMS N

J I: I wss Thursday and with Mrs their Paul Glover aunt, spent Mrs baby of Tampa, spent Thursday

with Mrs J. S. Rosier Mrs Naa-
one t At/apted bp Shipman Sapp.J. worth before her The Telegraph has investigated all the Business Firms listed on this
marriage was
mash E.
let 11 BIATMCI boa th* nard Rosier Rosier were Louise visitors and Ber- Miss Mattle Sapp., page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its respective ''

v + M.uo.QoldW7..W.7" Flonu Starke Wednesday. to Mrs J. M. Rosier Woodlawn line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to

'hety Several people from Evergreen Mrs Pit Varnes of >Jacksonville our readers-they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke ,

y sorSIS: James ,Branch, "Now you start to holler" as soon attended church at Pine Grove and Mrs. Walter Lee of Plant City people.) Try them, go in and visit with them-then, you too will place your"OK"
editor. as you hear the music. were visiting hett Sunday; after- K
e doMefInd l jU1apn& "You said-music?" Parr called Sunday I beside the name of each one. Write-ups covering these various in- i
t lovely, .< the Increduously. stitutions and prepared by a member of the Telegraph staff will appear
from p -
shoran dllM'overlnl'Nancoti her hl '"Music." Branch slammed the pointed to the water at the edge I The Santa Crua County Conservation on this:! page each week. Read these. stories and learn about your own .

1 T p",To,1 BannlMtel', (In- door.. of the landing. Association Is sponsoring Starke business people.
pith Parr was alone. He was nervously -
P..tn .
.Julia Bannister's BhrlH
IIt.wdnl with scream rent a 70,000 acre recreationalarea -
II due i to break) he had, cleaning his nails and tying the air like the harsh cry of.i in Santa Cruz and Santa R. O. Riddle, secretary of the Warm Weather Florida' Wauchula was residence i
lIOn his shoe laces when he heard the
nit n i.duetrl her to return wounded animal. "Get out of, Clara counties of California. Florida State Hotel Association forty years ago of Mrs William
,7b.. lie bad fallen In love phonograph record. He jumped as) here." .- says that Florida hotels had au Increase Brings Desire Webb who brought twins, w ;i

''Op r.r but bud also tricked her If, shot had then made relaxed. At least, (has Branch gone too fart Pan American Airways' Miami of from 15 to 75 per cent in For New Wave triplets and, lastly quintuplets ,

l'vingMm f information Branch sense. Will Bannister really bring the pay-roll Is $55,000 monthly, with business during the 1934-35 winter into the world, says Jackson villa's :. '
"You know French stormed
we
fhVr friend. Then Julia police down on him r Or will 450 employes. Business Increased season. TimesUnion.PAINTING,
ttJ'did murdered and herBranch Ratlsbon," he bellowed at the top Branch be able to prove his With warm weather cornea the i
' .r'!IOn ", IUI arrtlRted., ,, of his voice, "and on our storming theories? Read next week's thirty percent over. 1034. desire and neceaslty for a new permanent p

-1, yDil d w all 01 day, on a little mound Napoleon thrilling and wave and. If expert service I
his suspicions concluding Installment Mexico almost 25
era ver, prints has him stood a mile or so away." produced per- and pleasant surrounding
Sharon ) cent of the
world's oil in 1920.
!later and she laM been He paused and lookea up. "And --, --- -- You Can :Always Get mean anything to the ladles of

Sow bringing again him to Ban- while Fm about It let me tell youa SALT & FKKSIE WATER this section, they should know
Lrf Into INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR
that Leila's Beauty Salon I Is
"
of things he "if
when his put couple howled WHENLIVES r
Okh r to apologIze equipped to give the best. DONE BY DAY OR
tha. been to accuse him of you think I'm going on, slaving FISHAT {ll'hI
Mrs Archibald Johns, the CONTRACTED
oper- !
like this for
hiss Just pointr away peanuts you'reout
Sharon!
rlme. that on the night of your mind. I want moro ator, had ono year of training un- Old Furniture Mad Uk
however der Miss WUIddon 01
l murder, she herself; wasBannister dough." He screamed, "I gotta ARE AT STAKE Josephine New.CALVIN .
ho Jacksonville who Is one of the
the whole time. have more dough I tell you, work- 100MAGNOLIA
\ beat-known cosmetologist In the
"
Ing for a nut like you.
You need! the South. Mrs. Johns left Miss Whiddon's JOHNSP.
The door opened. "I heard that same tire protection that''
Chapter Nine FISH MARKET to manage the Sunshine City
"
last crack, Branch called "And .
1 driven O. Hox 5Z7Starke
race demand"KELLY
at St. Petersburg.
Beauty Shop
I IrteJ why didn't you yell when the mu-
|liE W.\TER'S.SECRET Ounrunteed Absolutely Fresh where she remained for seven Florida
sic started?
I believe you," ,Branch PETILLO ON MAY SO WON THE 500-MILE Indianap years.
don't "I did yell oils race on Firestone Tire breaking; the track record and driv This popular operator Is always I

flatly tbat's right," Sharon said "Sure?" ing the entire distance at a rate of 106.240 miles per hour." glad to advise patrons of Leila' 010--
1
b, sarcasm. "You're the "Sure. Listen." He bellowed, This record U an Mounding demomlrillon of lire ea'kl.ney. Beauty Salon on, any of their PERSONALSTATIONERY'

'odr ( biting knows a phonograph rec- "You know the. French stormed To go 500 miles In lees. than five hour on this rough and bumpy BARGAINS IN beauty problems. She Is moat anxious -
who one." She RatlabonIt"Great. 26-year-old brick track demonstrate* the Irencih, and blowout to please everyone but '
hears
Ld when he started It going. I couldn't hear a thing. protection that Firestone builds Into their Cum-Uippcd Tim.AB SHOESFor makes a special effort to care for
over and last hope Now listen. Suppose you're Mrs. JENKINS ALSO RECENTLY DEMONSTRATED THE the moat difficult cases. So I It Printed In Large Variety 111A(

lit th this, Branch's Bannls- Patterson and you've Just come lamina, efficiency, and blowout protection built Into Firestone Cum- your hair is so very fine or iyou of Inks and Type Styles nt
r I rone. For a moment Bannister Dipped Tire.. He drove hi* 5000 pound car over the hot writ bed st THE WHOLE have white Mm No Extra Cost $.,23"
here and I'm and you'renuts hair see
guilt or Innocence did not Lake Bonneville, Utah, 3000 mile in 23 H hour. This w*. an average !lax: .
.bout and know I've Johns. She will be glad to look at
me-- s
Sharon, you
tier, Only Sharon peed of 127.2 mile per hour, and although temperature. were a. FAMILY SEE Ot1t
u S.tlll'LEIt
hair and advise to
the crying ache In his heart., got Sharon Nancott upatalraandI've high a. 120, he had no blowout or tire trouble of any kind. your you as .

Now, do you believe me T" she been spending all your dough" These record are made po..il>I by special construction feature EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN what will be beat for your particular I Bradford County .
ed with triumph. on her. What would you do? built into Firestone Gum-Dipped Tire. DAY AT case.
"Yell head off" Parr Leila's Beauty Salon Is newly Telegraph
my an-
[ wish I didn't, he said wear- Take no chance*-protect your lifo and the U.'b'lhen by
swered. HIs face set mulishly lelllng n* equip your car with Firestone Tire STUMP'SFor equipped and has every modern 1'1I0NE 20

d now" that you're'' through "There. ain't nobody gonna come convenience with which to give e

.. your snooping." Bannister. between""Let's hear me and you.the" 'man I love." Before you buy new bra! ask yourself lh... thra question -- ... god service, The to Interior discriminating of the shop patrons t
I off his coat "I'mlg
. dripping 1-'Win the tread give me the Answer No. UnJvenlty toil has recently been redecorated' f
to take you outside and glvS Parr shouted "I'm going up r
and how Firestone Tire top your
frastett traction the of Starke
BEST women
The altogether
I f the licking of your life. there and tell that dame a thing or protection.ainil sLiddus,7" car 15% quicker than: best lire. and vicinity should be grateful for Most Reliable
[Tommy!" Sharon cried.e two. 1He choken and gurgled. I
da two men Ignored her a. they Branch's hands wer around his 1-"AN they built' to five ma the Answer No. t Unequaled Cum-performance Barbecue Sandwiches, this shop where they may convenlently You Feel SAFE Uhnn.You 1
record that
and have their beauty
Iked out "Wouldn't It be funny throat. "You're ch-choklng me" greatest hlowwlpretadion'e. prove go -
Dlppinc give.the greatest blowout Drinks and Short Order problems solved amid the most C
Insure With IJa.
lou found out you couldn't lick "Right. Now you're dead. protection known.
et "Without these surroundings.Durden's .
sacrificing two pleasant
, I'!" Branch asked Parr felt his throat tenderly TRYHAIL'S
Iton they had determined on a "You think you're kidding" : important safety feature will Answer No. 1 Ca r owners .-- Peninsular Life

____ ___ .-_.. : they give me longer mileage. report unequaled mileage record ]
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i thus making them the moit of \.the longer wear and greater Cafe Insurance Co. As

1 economical. I can buy?" economy of Firestone Tire. PLACENear 'Quick Success


Lurlam Thntnnn, Agent ?
c Iid University tad draw" HIGH SPEED TYPE / Seaboard Station A new business In Starke that

t (Firestone Tires stop eon W. ....._.from our.__...| 15 to 85% quick raw m rnkbm.l..rl....nd th.tmton fens f end.r tb.Su. b e was Durden' Cafe operated by A.

=lira.Inoue f.clory w..elect tb.ms A. Burden who has had long ex.
..MriMMIMt.kilUd
perience In the restaurant bUlltneell.Altholl'h el
and CI.
......... buildtbU I TUNE IN WilENOul
; -Dlpp.deerd. Uro.ttt It I. $3P45 this place has been in FOR PROMPT ANn
vas" ii f+' L give greater blowout .rear.e.11 Starke* for only ,H compartlvely! II
$ prot.ciion.Gum-DIpplag baI..daad short time, It has already built upa COl7RTEOUS'flERVU'f1 4
L not e..d In other tire. A tea' brp.oud
t .M ..4 w.know st!. wide reputation for generous

a a .Iou.........rasa 1".Du.I'.. 450-23 Frown servings of well-cooked food. THE NEW DEAL

::11 ..a-.... "e. I The Pause That RefreahtM Mr. Durden Is always vitally In-
tere ted In anything that affects
SUE PRICE: SILl! KICK; i Each FrIday (WJAX) SERVICE STA.
the welfare of Starke and Brad
4.50-21.7.75 S.75-1VHD 10.05 9:30: p. m. lie misses
Wider, flatter head ford County never an
Hubert E.: PriNt
,give* more thorn 30% 4.75-19 8.XO :).00-19HO II.OS opportunity to boost this section

{/fongefnoiwMd* 5.00-19 .e 01J5.2518110112.20' Starke Coca-Cola of the state, and a tourist never

5.23-in 9.7$ 3.50-17HD XX.75,, Bottling Co. leaves Durden s restaurant with THAT lOOD GULF JAM

.,d, iaastltwtll 5.50-17 SO.7 || .00.17HD 14.0: out learning something about ,the
fine and other -
fishing, swimming
D bh 0.Ii.-Prarrrll.r.trb Lee l.
T y1 I
__ _. _. attractions that are offered
here.
Volume)-Direct Purchasing-Straight Lin Manufacturinf anal ..._. ---, It's time
PatronizeHome -- -- -- swimming
I Efficient and Economical System ef Distributing A
[Ami now that you're WIppiiig tb snooping" Btumlater said, t FARM INCOME RISER!
through your =* "-- Daaleri enable .
to cur iOO Srara and to 30,MM> ,
off hi.* (coat -I'm going o. give you the licking of your life." Fir.sl.neS.tire yew f reale*velue* Iewss/price. IndustryWhen Farm Income in 103.1 was $1- AND THAT MEANS A A.
1 t. they started to around. Branch went to the scull on the a
spar c3sBs Lor .
dBsCSBBW
> than In 1932-
L You Buy Our Ilre..I, 240,000,000 greater I'EIUfANENT WAVE ,
hnch was clowning more or less. wall. "After he killed her and after
It t Roll or Pantry You Are Absolutely a Jump of twenty-four per cent
Bannister
grimly went about he took Sha-Miss Naucott home
The chief for this, according Permanent Waves
reasons
f business, expertly clipping _.,. Sure It I* Frenh. No >a
to the Department of Agriculture -
Inch en the Jaw. The latter" "Yeah?" And where was Miss Chance of Getting a !Stale press service were Increased $2.50 Up
gered a bit. Nancott when he killed her?"
and benefit
prices for crops -
"Do you want another lesson?" "I just showed you She was Product.STARKE and rental payment. by the ,f

Minister asked upstairs playing the victrola. He Agricultural Adjustment Admlnls- LEILA'SBEAUTY

"Please" Professor. TJU a slow had turned the wrist watch back to s..f7lL1a11WY BAKERYJ. \ration. And It should likewise be SHOP _

dy. eleven twenty. After he had I remembered that the farmer'

iia Banniater shifted suddenly then taken-Miss Nancott home,' he came OIOsIatIYM Ia1UMUTYM COURIMTYMrloessSTTf greet allies In raising and atabllUng -

another blow he knocked back here, put the body in the motorboat Fgr.t.rasp= ... c...... the prices and in framing governmental
C..I.
ach .. ..
down. Without a back- went across;and got Mrs. Fqu.l.r.Yp.do.S14 t.10..... W.rrice ..___a _..arms I' farm legislation' were the
*! glance, he walked Into the Patterson into the bed where ..11.I..er.. Flr.t r ............. ...._- ... ..--.- L. SIMMONS farm' cooperatives. I
'1155. Branch looked after him they found her. Now this guy was G......flup rorU. far _... d/.- .eu.l .' .u_ SoW .e Imr .. 1 MEET THE CHOWD
entered 1933 after
.Lo.. ll... Iri"' with- rt_ .. tlt. m.q I.tarime.e.edt. The co-ops
"fly A second later his coat captain of his crew at college. It ... of .re .... ..u.rm.a.1..7 Ibis II,.. ....01. e. Starke/Flu. one of the worst years In agricultural -
was) simple enough -= e bl.tory--a year In which I
:ked
It up and started off but this) scull with him to row back :.. farm Income was at the bottom i

gh he was rubbing his eye Let's see how heavy it Is." He $605 i4"- 1'IlImblntrnd They went forward courageously

ere fly Bannister had struck him lifted it over his head. "There's $665 $5--50 IOII'AI Electrical Contractor and undismayed. They fought tha The Spotlighti
seemed dejected.Ifany doubt the murder was committed -
hg, no 110.nMIZK (L farmer's, battles with the middle-
there seemed to be sell-I 'around midnight-and he was I mRn-.they brought his point of

flatled And"
the .. clear that up I'd- : 1.10-21 i1.CS uo.l1 N.M 11..11 sympathy they conferred with
"between amazement and A motor.was suddenly heard ee.I..1S7.7'i7.3. a.-It 7.f 4.7'I ..4. ...7. governmental officiate on all manner PLATE LUNCH with Large

*"In, was looking at what outside. The door,_ was thrown ats.f. 1.3 Lts-ll .... Ua.lI''I." 4JF71 f,3aa..r. Quick ,Service of matters directly and Indirectly Ulna Beer __.___ s0.

DIed at first to be a long 1'1111- open and headlights shone on ..... 8.110-11 ..M a..w.9 ...74iWt affecting agriculture. They

ticket t but proved, .on closer Branch with the scull.. As he aj' teaieTdarartoe,a''Z18 rteronrersmVior on.asues _I L tr,+ ,O S.fSnprotidN.TILYIOw were a steadying factor when the

the lion to be an advertisement whirled around he 'dropped It. It farm strikes out and they stood n

Boors Railroad Quick Lunch. hit Parr, knocking him Into the AUTO SUPPLIES AT BIG SAVINGSWe I READ THE solidly on the side of law and order TORODE s

laier. In the dead of nl&"ht- rowboat Branch jumped In after w every auto supply Deed for your ear, .... you I and reasoned action as distinct Chevrolet Co.
lOII"boat the could be dimly descried him and shoved off from the land- have sere the you added money eonrenienee and economy el having them ....U..I.efeab I FloridaTunesUnion from violence.

water just near Bannister' Ing. Bannister came up to thaedge ;;.----..-...._

Douse- a It was being rowed bywith BATTERIES. SPARK PL'.SI HOUSING CONSTRUCTION ; r' 4

pt.'rsplrlng disgruntled "What's going on here? e latent Market. Sport.
Aa $ For Last year new residential housing
Branch )
In the other end "Just a social visit that's all. Quick apartwlthaland
l
the 5ILe
boat. "I've had enough of this" Ban- LEAKPROOF-TUBES ; and General Ncwa. construction totaled $108.000- SALEM' AND SERL1CIO
"WbU'1 all tits heat-longer 444 This year It Is expected: to
Plaintively, about?" Parr nister grated "out. "I'm going to Sealed _._In.& life.. II I Leave Subscription at reach 250,000OOO. We havexnerlully. trained:
"Keep can the police cent of'the "housing mtwhaiilci. and equipment' tJ:
and on rowing. I'm'COlng to "That's. the best Idea you've had ar sirs-e : Cano..'. PharmacyE. market"Forty per le In five states-New five( you tile beat service on- 1'
the crime' you yet" Branch said "Then you can 58'III talnable.
out
Find mileage York Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohioand
CAMP Agent
how :6
1Ira. Bannister kill- explain how that night stand came California and morethan sev PHONE III '
PattersonIn action..YouMrs. to'be'moved In Mrs. Patterson's "_II
Patteracn" bedroom so- her arm could hit it I ......1 alI f .a.4 geA In.er. enty-five per cent of prospective .- -- .
AId What 1rs- business Is In one-third of the
I happens u Bnnl and smash her wrist watch" His .
I I
home?" I .11.- c"Y. states.
"Not a :eyes narrowed. "And while"youre '* '* '* '* La.n ra s.h1e role. .., FWaen.emNn .. ...4 J'II.II.c- I Isw.h.ny HOME: FOLKS SHOULD FHA estimates that a back-up The Only Way to Look Clean
the Chance. He' having dint about It tell them to bring a diver 1' JY.Ln.M1Ai'V: ..._....gA 11_8.., ,-re- KNOW WHAT TOURISTS! need now exist for 1,000,000 to If and Fresh.. the MununetrTlniM

8t Regis" wlu.-.",,Ha so we can look for. her vanity KNOW 600,000 new home I* to Have Vour f

abruptly. case." That CLEANING PRESSING!
$ "Ppose he gets bom Sharon who had walked np Viresto'flcJNew The Florida Forest Service during An"LAUNDRY

'T1I haQdle looked at him with icy contempt I the past season sold more than WORK
him about\ ?" I DURDEN'S'RESTAURANT
out rye cot It all "What are you talking 1,000,000 trees to be used. in refor
Done
t to hit Every time b.'. ,Bannister asked. I I estation. A'STARKE

do k. let, he Ihft Awhile. cot Tm talking about a vanity case DRYCLEANERS

I.. him have he'. Mrs. Patterson had when she cams The City Council of Orlando has "

.raa home the night she was killed" Deal Service StationSTARKE Instructed the city tax collector to '

I "lI1t 10101' upatalra While I'm Branch said evenly., "It's missingnow la The Beat Plaee In Town prepare and file suits for the collection -

: 'ale ." YOu to holler as budBach and I have a feeling we'll find To EAT of back taxes from 1B33 to PHONE .li k

It where she 'was I killed-and I 1933 la the amount of 9763,670.

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BIU.D.roBD 0011NT'l' TlLEOnAI'II.!: STARE FLORIDA -FRIDAY. :
AGIII FOUl\ _
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to the bill of complaint In said I ,. -::;;
Miscellaneous)) Shower Given Miss Middleton EntertainsAt pear NOTICIII 0. ELk.I'TI
ft Miss Durden ComplimentsMiss
cause now on file in this court In
Ritch At Shower For Miss KendrickOne Bridge Shower For Stark, Bradford county Florida, on Board By the power veetd In 'fro''
01
or before the First day of July A. Public TnH'rUotion, '''1
social Miss Ritch >. else the allocations of said ford County
Miss Hilda Durden entertainedat of the outstanding: I 1986 .Iectlon to be h.roh'tau.
held
bill will be taken a* conferredagainst
Socifr4. her home on Walnut Street events of the week was the miscellaneous Miss Harriet ,Hitch brlde-elec you. at the City Hall In Lnwlsr I,

Monday evening at a Cootie Party shower given. Tuesday whose marriage to Morgan Rich- IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that bradfurd'Count fo 1)18'rlo, II p'::'

j and handkerchief shower In honor afternon by Miss Ruth Sternbergat ard will be an event of Friday this notice be...published once a week electing three. trutc.the. end....:
for four con cuttve w..ks. five issues -
of Miss Harriet Hitch, popular her home in honor of Misa Ea- was honored at a bridge In the Bradford County :TeleSraph I years.the mlllajre for ti,< .nllulne'I\

bride-elect. tclle Ken ....fhose marriage to shower last Friday afternoon by ; a newspaper published In For the

; Hitch-Richard Miss Kendrick Honored Summer garden flowers were Tolbot Black;still. be an event of Miss Hazel Middleton at her homeon WITNESS county.my hand Florida.a* clerk and election the purpose following or 81"hnl4ln, ,
next Tuesday's Street. the seal of. thin court thla the II an manaa-er: H. A. IIPIIo,.
Madison
Wedding Plans With Lingerie ShowerMrs. used effectively In the living room ; day of May A.} I>. mat. Harley J. T, R8ddJHh tlrl@I, A.
of this home where several gamesof The; lower Wor of the Stern- The living an ddlning rooms were A. J THOMAS. Hosier Clerk and J.
The znarlrage of Miss Harriet H. C. Brown and sister, Cootie were enjoyed by the berg residence* was elaborately decorated with bowls and baskets Clerk Circuit' Court, W, C. Manning Chairman

Ritch, and H. Morgan Richard will Miss Leila Dea Andrews, enter- guests. Miss Annie Mae Pearce decorated wltbV'baskets of Shasta of roses, gladtollas and zinnias effectively SllKt28 Bradford county Florida. ,--7-5t-7-. A. J.rllll.; .,...

,,: be an event of tonight (Friday) at tained Saturday afternoon at a won the high prize which was a daisies, dahlia and sunflowers, arranged.

,. even o'clock at the First Methodist swimming party and lingerie box of bath powder. carrying out color motif of yellow Four table of bridge players en-

Church with the pastor, Rev. shower complimenting Miss KB- Miss Durden assisted by Mrs. H. and whlteJ Joyed several' progression ot WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER

B. M. Montgomery performing the telle Kendrick, whose marriage to A. Durden and Mrs. H. C. "Brown I The large number of beautiful bridge. Prizes were awarded Mrs

ceremony. Tolbot Black of Gainesville will be served a daintily appointed salad gift were hidden in various places A. Z. Adkins, holder of high.and VISIT
an event of June 11.The I and Miss Kendrick
In this hom
Mrs. L. A. Canova pianist and .. Lu course. Miss Lucille Mitchell holder of
:Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. soprano, will guests met at tne Andrewshome After refreshments had been was presented with small slips of second high, the prizes being a BENNETT'S LUMBER COMPANYOne

; furnish the music for the wedding. on Madison Street and from served Miss Hitch was presentedwith paper on which was printed instructions piece of lingerie and a box of kleenex -
1 there motored to Kingsley Lake which directed her to
.4 Mice Ritch will be given In mar the shower of handkerchiefs respectively.
where a most enjoyable afternoon each gift. A pleasing feature of Block South of Depot'ALL'
riage by her father. J. H. Ritcb which were arranged In the form Following the awarding of
1 was spent at the Andrews cot- the afternoon was the advice givento Miss Hitch escorted to''
and will have as her attendantsher of a bouquet. prizes, was
tage. After enjoying a swim the this party the bride which was given In the where the dinIng GRADES PINE AND CYPRESS
two sisters, Mrs. II. A. Dur- Those enjoying lovely dining room on LUMBER\
folks assembled at the cottage rhyme orally by each guest. Miss ;
den as matron of honor and Miss young were: table a large number of gift
'))4 Dorothy Hitch as bridesmaid. Little I where Miss Kendrick was Misses Harriet Hitch, the honoree Sternberg presented Miss Kendrick from the guests were displayed. AND BUILDING MATERIAL

Betty Jo Durden will be flower presented a large number of giftsof Dorothy Rltch Annie Mae and Miss Harriet Hitch an- After viewing the gift Miss QUALITY AND SERVICE OUR MOTTO

t, girl. Mr Richard will have lingerie.The Pearce Miriam and Rosalind Jacobs -I other bride-elect, each with a beautiful Middleton assisted by her sister,

,4 as his best man, Mr. W. T. Brown hostesses served refreshments Ruth Stern berg, Sarah Hope I bedspread. Miss Madge, served a refreshment
and to the large number of Lucille Mitchell, Leila Miss Kendrick was directed to a
,tsl of Jacksonville, the ushers Haynes, course to the guests.
1 will bS Carlyle Hitch and Eugene guests who were invited to share Dea Andrews, Mary Lee Wynn, .large wedding Hu made out of yellow Playing bridge with the hostess OUR OWN BLEND WHITE

Matthews. this occasion with Miss Kendrick Hazel Middleton, Mary! Canova, I and white crepe paper and and honoree, were: Misses Lucille HOUSE
.found beneathlt, a;set of crystal I India Ceylon EvaporatedMILK
Louise Peek Flora/Conoly,
Following the wedding rehearsals Clara Mitchell Clara Louise Peek,
't last evening Miss Ritch's parents W. M. S. Circle MeetingsCircle and Mesdames H. C. Brown J. M. ware which was a gift to her from Madge Mlddleton Hazel Adklns,

a' I Edwards and H. A. Durden.: the Bachlorettes Club,. of which Miriam Ruth
? Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch Jacobs Sternberg
of the Woman's .
number
one
she is a member.. *
TEA
>' entertained members of the wedding of the Harriet Brown Dorothy Ritch, k
Missionary Society Miss assisted Misses
' Sternberg by -
P
Circle MeetingsCircle Mina Manasaa Annie Mae Pearce
party ,at. their home. Baptist ,
,.. Methodist Church met Monday afternoon Lillian Sternberg, Kitty Hogsed '
-
and Mesdames A, Z. Adklns, H. A.
at the home of Mr, and one of the Woman's Mis- Martha Powell Georgia Haynes,
.i :, Durden H. C. Hitch H. B. McLen- Serve It Iced- No finer
Mrs. T. J. Griffin with Mrs. Griffin sionary Union of the First Bap- Mlna Manassa Mrs N D. Wainwright ISTASUtkloLae e\apor\l'|
It's delicious.
don and J. M. Edwards.Tea
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto as hoj- tist Church met at the home of Jr., and Mrs. N. Stern- Milk la made
i guests were: Mrs J. H.
,RITZ THEATRE tesses. Mrs. J. H. Lord Monday afternoon, berg served'a refreshment course Hitch and Mrs. Annie M. Richard. H-ib. Tall

, Pink crepe myrtle, antlgnon( and with Mrs. Lord and Mrs. ,A. A. of ice cream,'and cake. The two Pkg.____.,___ 25c WHEREECONOMYRutf3 3 1 IS'Canw

STARKK!, FLORIDA daisies formed the graceful dec- Jordan as hostesses.Mrs. I bride-elect, Miss Kendrick and Entertains For

orations for the living room where J. M. Brownlee, leader presided I Miss Ritch, received aa a favor on IONA-Plain or Self-Rising

, PROGRAMBEGINNING the meeting was held. The devotional -. during the devotional and their plates small white baskets on Miss Ritch 0-lh.' Sk 12-lb. Sk 24-lb. Sk 48ft,

' !. FRIDAY service was conducted by I business sessions. Arrangementswere which were placed minature FLOUR 25c
Mrs. H. B. McLendon entertained 45c 87c
t\" Mrs.. B. M. Montgomery, who .used made to send a box to the brides. On the other guests' plates her bridge club last Thursday $
>{ FRIDAY JUNE 7TII. I as her subject "I am packing my orphan girl at Arcadia. Mrs. J. H. were small white baskets with or
afternoon at her home on Walnut SCOCO FINEST SHORTENING
.::1.G, "McFadden's Flats" trunk" which brought out the Pitts was appointed chairman of ,ange blossoms. Street. Complimenting Miss Har-

,.1 Betty FurnessKlrhard idea of preparation for: heaven. program committee and it was decided Those invited to be with the riet Hitch bride-elect. COMPOUND 21bs. bulk 25c

: Cromwell The general topic of the program to combine the offices of hostess and honoree'on 'this occasion ,- Summer flowers In the colors of

1: was "Trecklng on towards the far secretary; and treasurer. ... : were: <-i "
yellow and white were used effectively -::
SATURDAY JUNE 8TII. GRANDMOTHER'S Fresh, Plain or Slit
West and a paper on Stateler The hostesses served refreshments Misses Mina Manasaa. Harriet
f. in the floor of this "
"Fighting Parson" of Oregon was read by Miss Olive to the twelve members pres Hitch Hazel 'Adkins, Hilda Dur hospitable homehere lowed several **-x' 18-oz' 24'0"Wh- W1it- Cr. tilt

Hoot Gibson Ray, and Mrs. A. Z. Adklnj attended ent.Hostesses den, Mary Lee''Wynn Leila Dea progressions of bridge" were enjoyed BREA D 6c 8c lOc 8c 8c
to her duties for Hazel
as Decretory. July meeting.aro Andrews Mlddleton Mary
by the guests. The bridge tallies -
fr SUN-MON.. JUNE 0-10- During the social period the hostesses Mrs Charles Overstreet, Mrs. W. Canova Lucille Mitchell, Miriam were of a bridal design.A ANN PAGE-D Uclou.7 Pure Fruit
"MISSISSIPPI"Blng H.' Perkins and Miss Ethel Moore. and Rosalind;.Jacobs, Annie Mae
assisted by Mrs. A. W. An- set of four iced tea coasters
'r Crosby-W. C. Wieldsu derson' and daughter, Virginia, Circle two was entertained by Pearce Clara<-Louise Peek. Flora and tray was presented to Mrs. A. ,I PRESERVES 16-oz.jar 15c
Mrs. J. B. and Mrs. Q. H and Bobble and MesdamesN. c
Joan Bennett ... I served a delicious Ice course. j jCircle Sapp Conoly Z. Adklns, holder of high score.Miss I
f I ; number Gennett Monday afternoon at the ... D. Wainwright Jr.,. H. A. Dur- -
two was delightfully Mina Manasaa, holder of sec-
TUESDAY. JUNH HTIi.ONE
residence. H. C. Brown O. J. Grlffls H. A. & P. BRAND
I Sapp den
if DAY ONLY'Ruffglea entertained by Mrs. E. S. ond high received a Bonbon dish Sultana Brand
Mrs. L.' O. Powell, leader, pre- C. Wall J. M. Smith 0.' C. Register -
Matthew and Mrs. H. B. McLen- Miss Bitch received a lovely piece Tender White CrosbyCORN Alaska RedSALMON
0" of Red Gap'Charles sided during the business and devotional Glen O.:Searing, W. H. Hart. of
don/whose room were made more lingerie, a gift from the hostess.A .
Laucbton1 session.: Gifts were re- W. J. Epperson. Jr., Hulda Corpen-
attractive by bowl and baskets of congealed salad course was .
Mary Boland-Charles Haggle ceived for. the box to be sent to the log T. N. Kendrick and Mary
gladioli. The topic for consideration : served late in the.afternoon. Tiny
ZaSn Pitts
were
orphan girl at Arcadia. Plans Dover.
was "Christianity, on the bouquets of yellow nasturtiumswere
Air" the first assignment being"A made for a spend-the-day party to placed on each plate as fa 2 No. :Z 29c 2 Tall 35tCaDS
__
vIW WEDNESDAY JUNE 1ZTH. Way Out",by Mrs. W. E. Mid- be given the latter part of the Mr. Dowling'And Family vors. _*____ Cane ___
month at the home of Mrs. O. W.
'j'Highway S Patrol'sPresented dleton; and the second was "sta- Return To Starke Those playing bridge besides the
Alderman, when the circle will Texas: YellowONIONS
Granulated Dixie
free to ,the public tion XHHA In Shanghai China" hostess and honoree, were: Crystal
study the book- "The Plan of,Sal and MrsJS. S. and
; through the courtesy of by Mrs.' W. B. Parks. Mr. Dowling. Mrs. A. Z. Adkina. :Mrs. H. C.
lb. 5c
I" vation. and Mrs. .DowlIng' SUGAR 5 lbs. 25cTOMATOESIb4c
STERN'S GARAGE daughter. NetUe, Ritch, Mrs. D.. A.' Montieth. Mrs.
The devotional service
was conducted -
I Refreshments served by Mrs Stroman
i Free ticket nOW.aYailable'at were mother. W.S. J. H. Hitch Jr., of Galnesviiu.
by' Mrs. A. Wood the subject -
the hostesses 1'.the thirteen afternoon
t
Stern's! members arrived here onday
Garage. Mrs. L. D.
.. ? VTnlng Mrs. T, T. Long, Fresh Rock Ground
being "Packing My Trunk"and .
', :Also\ Comedy present. ?., from Jacksonville,1'' where Mr. Mrs. 'D.: 'P. Carpenter Misses
,,' HARRY LANGDON In Bible references were' read by Circle three;:Mrs W. B. Alexan: Dowling has spent several weeks Madge and Hazel Mlddleton; .Mina] }
"'. "IXWB. HONOR & OBEY the other circle members. der, 'leader, enjoyed a spend-the- under the care of specialists.The Manasaa. Ruth Sternberg. MEAL 10 Ibs 24c

TilE LAW"inunS.FRL At the close of a short business day party at the home of Mrs. A.' Dowling family are occupying Tea BUNCH CARROTS
U guests were: Mrs. J. a
/session the hostesses served refreshing M. Darby: Monday, their home, on N.. Walnut Rltch, Mrs. H. A. Durden and Mrs BEETS a 5c Winner'Rock Ground

JUNE 18 A 14 sherbet and cake! The members studied the book. Street where they resided most of Annie M. Richard.

Mrs. Meadle and Mrs. Naswor- "The Plan of Salvation." and also the time during the sixteen: years FRESH
'It's A Small 'World'gpenoer GRITS 10 Ibs 39c
: tby Invited both circles to meet at did some sewing. Plans were when Mr. Dowllng was principal Auxiliary- NoticeThe

Tracy-Wendla Barrie' 'their Kingsley Lake cottage the also made for a box to be sent to. of the Bradford County High 5c
I PEACHES
MATINEE and every Thu..ys.turday first Monday in July and their the orphan girl at Arcadia., school. For the past three years Ladles Auxiliary of the Fancy Blue Rose whole Grain
.0
Sunday: p. RIo kind invitation was accepted with. At the noon hour luncheon waa Mr. Dowling waa the popular First Presbyterian Church ol

thanks... served. I principal of the Jasper high school Starke will hold, its regular BANANAS RICE 5 Ibs. 23c

: but on account ill health was monthly meeting. at the home of .
'forced to give '\Iprbls' work there. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Tuesday

:aY Mr.'and Mrs. Dowllng have many June 11, at':30 o'clock. AU members FRESHLY ROASTED! FRESHLY ..GROUNDICOF"FEE!

,':. OFYOURFAVORITE warm friends "here who warmly and friends are requested to

a welcome them back ,to. ,Starke.. be present. ,
,1t'j' ,.Dorothy Kinlaw, Secretary.
Next time y
and the variety of samples Woodmen
see
'j'J by Circle.. Notice EIGHT O'CLOCK BORAR RED CIRCLE
at the Telegraph office. Your .
Bodied"Ib.
"MUd-Mellow" "(OroUIl Wtaey" "Rich Full
The Starke
name and address printed on each Woodmen Circle will

'"1'f. MAGAZINES sheet at no additional. coat. obserye the Grove's Anniversary 17 clb. 19c Ib. 23cANN

", I" Tuesday night with" a covered' dish .
ae'I' banquet. ,
-
I All members of the Grove are PAGE Pure, Delicious
F AND THIS NEWSPAPER-I PULL YEAR .OOORCUILD urged to be present that time. -
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i;: i You Save Money on this Amazing:Combination. Offer, j AND T11C SC1100Laae I Florida- has more than 14.000 ,GRAPE Y' 8-oz.jar lOc

acre in tung trees and Gainesville

re. -- M4 Leading Magazines.and Your Favorite'NewspaperPick ._ p ... -Nr.lwSwmrner'Comps awrr1rwerror -- bas the only two* pressing mill In RAJAH-Supreme Quality SALAD Half Pint Pint Quad

.this.country! ,

\tV, -rw a NOTIC'III or PTOLIVATIOII .DRESSING I2c 19c 35c
:
) IT
APPRAHINU from the affidavit -
.J' Pick 3StltCTONt The summer amp is on. of cur Lewi 1104 him In thl.filed court null wherein for divorce Ruby FANCC, MIXED, GREEN and WHITE

."' moat: valuable gift to ,childhood. a".ln..Adolpb" Lewis, that the r.hlpn" *.-

(When an camp to fit almost everynurse mid .Adolph or place Lewis of business In unknown. of th.; LIMA BEANS No. 2 Can lOc l

magazine* ztirneso and nearly all ,give more That BfriHnt has not ...rt or heardof
'f. than money can buy.via'aelectlug him for over Klirht yeitm; IONA-With Pork
,' That th..r., la no person In the Stateof
,; i ; .. a Florida, known to affiant atrvlreof A Stol6-0z.can 5cIONA
' hi I the leader 1C thereto bind the mild Adolph Lvwla, defend
am 'In saki i Cult.
,
s :understanding;of IT 1.1 TlflSHEFORFJ ORDERED, -Tender, Garden
i\I"\, children, kindness, ThAt the said Adolph Lewis, do ap-

F MAGAZINES "ana, tolerance.. ,you. PEAS 2 No. 2 27c
cans
I;t! QaIdeU..I"fro c S ; 8>ke.nW.. ,__' .. ___ lu*S C. safe founds DOCTOR TOLD HER
& ...
.; c......---..............1Ya n.80.. Cotaa9IIeaI.....;....-..:21rraVJ 1TaL tlo....: To run a sue.cesafut HOW TO LOSE 17 IONA-Tender, Cut,-String
.U?eao e.'wtliroRw ed0o camp one) must have a sincere -
QD B ,
....a .......1y' clovdsf8.vi.w?"".1 Ysd Look next POUNDSOFFATGossipers BEANS 25c
MaCal1' .... love of children., 3 No. 2
C
.1 Y,.
.. 0 Am.. cans
: C,.-.L__"_ (tweeld'l).. .1TL w }lN 0 .... Pou- lowa.l,1'' Tr. to the camp facilities, especially -

"! D PtciodallTM.t, .... r l 0 GPr.eoF.rr.e; .""r"11t: sanitary features and ,water sup Peeved FANCY. PREPARED
(1e7a......2Yra ..IYa. '
Bo 0 17ealMweeail -

=!*' ....a IM...,..s Moeo ,"p" MIHhINprR Deed ....:.Ma9wa...........1 Yr. ply.Inquire into the daily menu. Are Mrs. Robert Hickey of RosevlU.i, SPINACH'No.2 canMARVIN'S lOc
D .......1 1r. temIF .... CIrc1e ..1 Y.. &the food neential.'provided, bothIn Calif., write: ."My doctor prescribed -

QBpOf1.AB.ia ........lY" ........... ..::: .....IY. quality anti. amonntf How Kruschen Salts for me-he UNFITTED'DATES

r-J|U.- JIcIeaII. .......2Yea 0 Dhaatr..... "::l--.I lea .;;.I Tr.C Yr.. bout the milk &supply Children said they wouldn't hurt me In the

Qpp.sa.esypaW.. ....2Yre.. YOU PREFER OM IY.ea a- 1Jio..1 Yr.. en vacation will need lots of itAt least I've lost IT Ibs. In weeks. 10 lOc
uMIM,1cI .. >> 0 N..... -oz. Pkg.
afl ... be
H ..... home'vegetableeean pal-
"i J CM..u ............''1'" YOU MAY CHOOSE oaa..earr *. h..1...:.IY..' ehaaed in can; at'camP', they Kruschen la worth Its weight In ,
Yr. gold.
......17n'W: t 7.'vMq..1Yr fresh from the GELATIN DESSERT or Chocllato Pudding
v.y.lD.vlew :;: thould be bought. Mrs. Huckey
D paid no attention to
',' ORaM QIcIe ........... dAr ,::"w. .......... Yr. (arm. gossipers who said there was -no SPARKLE 5

rw' CM.t.1..a-..CI),' FROM CROUP 2 Caeeka....- :::;:;m: Tr.G. Finally inspect the program bat safe way to reduce--envious women Pkg. COLD
Ix ef the overloaded day.
wary who don't like to see others CLEANSER

we ........ Tl O//.rf I1NB THIS HANDY On.KR BLANK TODAY lb.fatigue!amp may has to offset o" I'.every There benefit shouldbe youthfully her doctor'slim. She advice.wisely Why followed DUTCH 3 Cans 20c

woodcntt'tlnc.
yo outdoor sportsv \,
Our erranSCIMM will the. puWI......' CAecA IA.lear my.zinc drain! cud r.._ M banderaft In don't YOU.
s" --. fiH.wf ./ Get a Jar of Kruschen to-day TOILET TISSUEWALDORF
your coupon cor wy.l balanced by long "
t' own Np''cm.tIYc ensiles M* to Miak Fasre .KlMe (.... .. .?_ rlet..d. ae...bw arra.e Lion of sleep in the open.InOCIer.j: I.(lasts 4 weeks and coats but a
night
you tnh remadl.U. offer h h strictlyfiMranUed d..... ..... a sera 1IIMc'.._i ..row M.i*
and all subscription* will be the daughter by all means untie and feel,year younger and healthier ,
terry VICTORIA
Mered promptly. If et :ii.i.apron string If" dOlts *. -money back. Simply take '
are
.
you pre- bait
teaspoonful in of
... tent 4 subscriber to any of the mef a- Iaer II! A r.n. ,. pore....I than e'Ite.' that."' the amp Jutifl 1...DI ter every morning cop(taste hot fine wa- .MUSTARD. ..Qt Jar" I5c|

'a sines.. time will b..xteuaded.t Ton: ...SIote ".'.,,,"........... .. .. h" with Juice of half lemon added]. :
"0. ."pl."" drink mttkt" askedtitle Mitchell's Drug.tore sells lots 'of

QUOTATIONS ON MAGAZINES NOT LISTED SENT ON REQUEST .. ,wI. Dr. /re answered.tone.! olla, aea* lit. ,to! THE,GREAT-ATLANTIC&!PACIFIC TEA COMPANYr'
week /I.otII.'N was .
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nTNJ! T. 1983_ BRADFORD
._ ..-__A _- ______ COUNTY TELEGKAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE FlVII)
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Miss Harriet Brown has returned i-- -- -
to Births May 20. 1934 one row corn and To Tlulamit due 3,195 Sl
her
home la New
York City NAT SEZ
one row I the Pin ..! FBrfl .
: peas. planted corn < r
after spending several weeks her'with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkerson, Tn Halation dim __. a.ORO.II I
Bits of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Maxvllle boy, June 1. nnd peas the same day. Had no Hy amount. collected nil.(i
rain but corn and all To lln lance due .
Attended the Shrine peas came 2,091.73Urldic
Mrs. Nat Sternberg. Dance In Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Williams\ .
Jacksonville last up to a good stand. t.... night and when Brooker, boy June 2. To Bulvlio due 8.180.11) '
I got back this I plowed the corn and p:as throe Hv amount collected317,03.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. morning, there wasa
Stansburyand <
I Nevb daughter. Mrs. Nathan Pre-; message from for the year beginning July 1, times out and out. The corn burn- To Valance due _-_. .. __ 6,515.10' '

IDeal vatt, left Friday for Pennsylvania the Editor sayiIng 1935.Upon! ed up; did not make an ear of To Balance(ViiHtr due clio_....I._Cr ntrml_ 10.IU.fiG ;[I
where they will spend several that he"J\ motion duly mane and carried corn. The peas grew and made 4 tty amount ml lotted ._ NONM )
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND would .the fine To Ualnnon due _-. 10.181,60 .
CONCERNING weeks with relatives.A like to board authorized the crop.I ;I

OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN have m y 1I. PROGRESS Well it's hard be uaed In Warrants Hy amnunt collectedTu ._ ... j
stamping fine
varied assortment of County lot of hay. I have decided .n.
I i'
papers Unlatirv due ..____ 184. < ,
type styles and colored Inks In enough to thinkof cJ that there la no other crop a farmer Total ....-11I.-._. l.... .. .;t
personal stationery at $1.83 a something U The Board decided to let the can prow that will make him Tu IlaUm. due collected_.._...__ 0,61601 '
box. See our sample book. Bradford write when your County prisoners for the next: as much food and feed as peas. To llv Valance amount' due --- ( NONMtoaouj 'I'>'

Knight were Mr. and Mrs. Lk F. Dinkins and County brain Is clear twelve months to Marlon County. I the Total Neh-avknel-Besd.d
P. m. Telegraph. grew Whlppoorwlll,
and btra' To rtalanne due _. ._ ... &, ni: ,Ol>
of Mrs -
col. In JackSODvllle. daughter, Jo Ann of Lawtey are but somehowthis Application George Anderson Cream Croxvder Black Crowder, llv amount collected ____ NONMB,4V
eat visitors morningeven of Hellbronn Springs, for To Balance' due _..__.____ J.00
-- moving here and will occupy one of Mrs. H C. Richard of Palat- ClAY, Brown Crowder, Purple Hull, ".1.1....'. ....1.. .
Raiford the Kendrick ka arrived though the pauper allowance was laid over and the New __ .
Minnie Brown of houses. yesterday for a visit Era. To nalanoe due .. n 61841 I
Mrs here Wednesday. with her brother and sister-in-law, sun Is shining until next regular meeting. _-_- fly mount collected-- in'tt !: a visitor bright, The' matter of purchasing %n To Unliinoe duo -----_.--- 451,00Itu.d
looks
everything !cloudy. '
Mr and Mrs A. M. Darby and to NOTICEI a lleldp attend
Lake BuUerWM Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and attend the Ritch-Richard Leaving for Washington Sun- adding machine for the Tax Asses 1(, A. 111..1.. Fatd ,
BroWD of Mr. and Mrs. H. wedding i will be responsible for debts To nalnnve .. .
"BillY C. Wall have re- day with the same Gang and tf sor's office was laid over until due 13.881: BT 'II
this \
Isltor here Sunday afternoon. turned from a short trip to At- evening. there Is any message that you 'next regular meeting contracted only by myself. Hy/'amount Ha la me collectedTo due 1.Ui.n 1,1811! .H '\11\; t td !
lanta and Athens, Ga. W. E. Converse S !
would like to send to Mr. ROOIIe-
Mrs. W. H. Nollman of
and (daughter Sebringand '
141'1. W A. Stern -- Miss velt drop by the store and leave I It PEAS NEVER FAILD. I 1.
Georgia Helkens of Lake I'LWNK'e '
spent Tuesday In JacksonUl ( P. Thomas. MoCurtrUn County, ...:1'(.n'r
,ulse, Mrs. L. S. Hutto returned Wed- Wales are spending this week herewith with mo. He may be down at the Slark, Fin, June Int. 1985 \
Ie. nesday from Turkey Creek where ,Mrs. Nollman's mother Mm.S. train to meet me.. I said he MAYbe. Oklrt.) Iloimit of the 1'ltMk of the Clirrnit \ '
-
After of the and hot- Court In and for TliBilforil ,
one largest County
Kelley. of Jacksonville she attended the funeral of her F. Hamrick enroute to Highlands test drouths witnessed y'urlda) nn .,,'mlllt of tax.. ......... \
B, Sara at her home InVI brother, W. F. Ritter. N. C., where they will spend ever In this ed for the year 1KS4
ot the week-end the Ol'R DOLJ.UtSHIR.TS county I have decided that peas C. A. KNIOI1T.
summer.
Collector
will make In and all kinds of Tax tl
r RiveriMeeMW any Ruts: lilt '....0".. COl\TV:''
.-- Paul E. Knight who spent the Men weather.I County S........
at Hale for Chicken past two months In Tallahassee aa Our Vegetable plate lunch Is 2.Vut : for planted corn and about To Ilaliinca dim 4,107011 f;
., peas cull.rt.l_ ,
attache of the Hale. Are Ilnrcl. to Brat lly mount 111 33
liuier. "**"" an State Senate returned "J -
home Monday. For Long \V"arPETER'S f'J
lyr and Mrs. R. T. Osteen.?.of .---- Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight had f.
here,Mon- Mrs. 'E.A.-: McDowell of Lake ,as recent guests his mother Mrs, SHOESAre .
looker, were visitors : How ccm you sew so fast That's easy. .l'm' .j.,
Jane M. of
ty Butler, was here Sunday visiting Knight Lake Butler The test

afternoon. her aon-tn-law and daughter Mr. I Mrs. W. E. Knight of Bunnell Mrs A New Line of when you have only a threaded with You \,;.
J. L. Matthews of Alachua and
and Mrs. W. AStern and and Mrs. O. J. Griffis. 'J
Mr ugbter Louise, spent Sunday at Mrs Pearle Pancoast and daugh- WASH' FROCKSJust e foot J. & P. COATS Look J 'y'Y
I Augustine. Mrs. Ola Long of Jacksonville, Is ters of Punta Gorda. Arrived f",
"
the guest this week of Mr. and $1.95For pedal? best 6cord1tJoesn' .
Iprof and Mrs. L. H..Futch t.fIwtey. Mrs. George W Thomas at their Miss Mary Brownlee returns to- JUST R. t. .
I day from DeLand and Daytona break 4 4
were visitors here Mony home on Cherry Street. Satisfaction ANY
Beach where she has spent the .
afternoon. Try One Pair of iM11AD '
Dr. W. E. Middleton returned past ten days visiting friends. She every 'J'
I will he accompanied home by her Munsingwear Hose .-. ; and you SEE right ,'j)
lltr and Mrs. S. T.: Pell ofllnesvtlle Saturday from Piney Bluffs, Ga.,
were visitors hereIwlnesday where he has been spending several uncle and aunt, Col. and Mrs. J. E I. 79c & $1 w m/nu/ef/ In a pair of glasses from .

afternoon. weeks at his camp. Futch, of DeLand, who will spen.lthe ', IJjjJJJW' S. G. LEWIS. Our thirty. tt,
week-end here with Miss I Dregs Up In AMUNSINGW Eleven years of experience r.as r.\.\:

Mrs B. E. McRae and Mrs.,Dol- 'Mrs J. M. Brownlee, Mrs S. R. Brownlee's parents, Mr. and Mrs 'KAKBATHING EW experts qualifies us to ,:\i!'
I Brownlee and Mrs. C. C. Cross, H. L. Brownlee.
Brown of the State Farm were .. SUITIT fit you PERFECTLY. h'P:'
liters( here Tuesday. spent Friday In Gainesville visitIng All models! are now val1't't
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova. COMMISSIONERSMET PAYS TO BUY.AT-, able. :t

|Mr. and Mrs S. R. Johns haveIturned MONDAY .,A,,
home, for a four weeks Mr. and Mrs, .J. B. Sapp and STERNBERG'SStarke '
Ly at Hot Springs Arkansas. daughter, Miss Dorothy' spent ROUTINE 'MATTERS ATTENDED S. G. LEWIS [/\

Sunday in Gainesville visiting Mrs. TO BY Florida Optician and Watchmaker
Illr. Seymour left this Sapp's sister, Mrs, F.,A* Moore. BOARD
pk for Wilmington;Dela., where 118 8. Walnut St. ;
I will spend the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and I The Board of County Commissioners the.Board. for the Lawtey Commu. .
of Bradford FlorIda nity Canning Plant,'which said request ---- -
Mr and Mrs. D. A. Montieth and County, g.Iv
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four name and address or mon- children are moving out to the Alvarez met Monday at 10:00: o'clockA. was refused;
ram printed on fine writing par summer cottage at Kingsley I M. with the following members Nelson T. Green In charge of

at no extra coat. Bradford Lake. .... present: L. L. Conner, chairman, the Screw Worm Control work In NASWORTHY'SIPT
roty Telrgniph. -:". J. M. Rosier, H. V Saxon Mallory Bradford and Clay.Counties out-' LARD
Mr. and Mrs. C. 'B. Feeler and Thomas, and R. T. Osteen. lined the work to be undertaken O SUGAR

Mrs. 0 L. Beasley spent several Judge J. M. Peeler of Jacksonville, The Clerk was Instructed to pre and stated that materials wouldbe
yi this week In Tampa visiting were here Sunday visiting Mr. and pare suitable notices of the meet- furnished free but that the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mra. J. W. Morgan and Mrs. Lalla Ing of the Board of Equalizerswith County would have to pay freight 2. Lb. GROCERY m 91,
irden.Mlaa. Chace. the Assessor of Taxes for and transportation;! charges on 5 Lbs.
C the purpose of hearing complaintsand : same. He also requested the use FINE FOODS

Helen Thornton of Jack- Try our chicken and dumplings taking testimony as to the value of suitable office space and stor-
ivllle, spent the week-end here at Hate's.v: i of property assessed for the age space for materials, all of 25c SPECIAL PRICES '

h her mother Mrs. Marla year 1935.! '.. which the Board agreed to 'fur., 25c.
ornton. ,t **., Earl AmeraoB-the CCCcamp: Greene Tetstohe and Mr... S. W. nlab'to the best ofVKs/ ability. '. '
., at Green Cove:Springs,; pent the vtaody having"died, their names D. D. Woodard was allowed $1S.00 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 7-81
'
Mra. Jack Powell of Hilliard ,isi week-end In Starke with his broth- were removed from the Pauper from the pauper allowance for one

i guest this week of her brother er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Roll and the name of H. Raulerson month. CHARMER CUl\IBERLAND
I&wand sister Mr. and.Mrs:" C. J. G. Lynn. was removed from the Pauper Motion was duly made and car'led IAICGE FRESH

Knight "* Mr. and Mra. L. W.: Halbrook Roll.Bond of L. J. Wynn as memberof \ 'authorizing In the Tax suitable-.Collector's arrangements to- COFFEE PINEAPPLES 2 f for 1Sc COFFEE.

Ito weekly meeting of the W. and son, of Lake City have been the County Board of Bond permit better ventilation

T. U. will be with Mrs. A. W. guests for several days of Mrs. Trusties, was approved. The Florida National Bank of Can 15c FRESH TOMATOES, lb. Sc 'LbPkg :
mon Friday afternoon. at the Halbrook's parents, Mr. and Mrs O. J. Phillips of Lawtey requested Jacksonville, Florida was designated __ 15c'

al hour. + W. L! Andrews.. an appropriation of 975.00, by as the County Depository- GREEN LEMONS Doz. lOc URm.FRESH- ,



nths Msry.Elizabeth Is spending Smith the vacation of Tale .- f LOfllL/A 41IGNUGJHTS6NNJ: I ,, e I.P C 0 F F E E nU'1 Texas: OEORGiAF Yellow ONI01'JSJb.gc. C 0 Jt't'JL16: :
with her slater Mrs. J. < >m i 'ini *r MiMra r.MurrAllAHASSEE. 1M 1L.anY11 et ;

Warren. 2 Lb. _- 2Sc PEACHES Lb. 5c 2 Lb'.:,_ -'_ '25c';
...
--- .."'; :
.;.::::
en Griffin of St. Augustine ;
Sunday here JERSEY FANCY 'BEANS, lb. __ 5c WONDER
with his broth.
s-law and U 4VeTTJ!! {J.Q R N BEAUTIFUL RIPE PICU&IOUIiF'L : ;
slater Dr. and Mrs.

L.i.Blggs and 'If'ANT' .}y.t'v-c. a ev : *KE.S BANANAS' 4.Lbs. 1Sc COCOT:

Mrs. J.
W.
Henry Waits
,
i APPLES 2 Doz. :J5c '
T.and Tommy Rltch VAST O 1IIJA '
I days recenUy on 'a spent fishing sev- TRACT rue ONCE OWNED .' x' 'i I Pkg.. .7V' Lb Can c lOc

at Cedar Keys f % y r 1
8Y GEN. L4 'AYETTE 3 4Y* + (

Hoover t dj1, a .t- ,IULlotUW'S TABLE TALK OR AMERICAN BEAUTY-PLAIN OR SELF.IUSINQ
leaves for .i
Monday
>nvlll. where he has accept % 6 LB9. J2 LBS. 24 'LBS.i;

[ Position with the Florida .

ware Company. FLOUR 25c. 45c 87c

EXQv/s/r&

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4 COLUMN Nn 'FANCY Good BEEF ROAST, lb. 21c BEST WIllTE

WMTER( OR FLORIDA
RENT-June 1 to Sept. 1- OOKS '0 AO TOMATOES BA'CONa
IDJlhed apartment. Two bea /N.D V WGATH.fi'BUr : ROUND STEAK lb. 23c

11II. living room, dining room l n/.eNS a-eEEN ) iirnw Na t Cans Pound 20c

W rite kitchen.. Write Box 634. ..J' THE COAliNG r i'Of.QA1 25c Long Horn CHEESE, lb. .22c
-or apply this office. TENDER FAT FLORIDA OCTAGON 1


RENT, See-or Kingsley write;;W.Lake. C. Woot-Cottage ,S PII'rB; S LOIN STEAK, Ibe 29C .S GA' P

LalVtey, Fla. 1t. Y jf+1 Fla. CHUCK ROAST, lb. IBc 10 for25c'

c.JNa CARDS .qq .tJtL4p4v4cTr27 OR BEANS ALL MEAT r
(b for 110; $Lao any size Can SC
for 100. Monad TARGET "
100 stationery, goo sheets ROAST Lb. 25e C 0 IL :: :0 Ar
IIIvelop,
$2.75.- Bradford GOLD MEDAL
Sty Telegraph Phone 29. tf.sanded FAT HENS, Lb. .20c

VIi: YOUR floors the MIL I K LEA N WEtliTERN-cenfAp Cuts BEE F klS

0isent t way.No(We hand have the latest .' TALL CANS PORK CHOPS Ib 30e Na t e a/a

* acrapln. s
IBc
tie references C.. A. Powell THE fAMOI/f PQENCN GENEAL t5c

ale 1192.J., Fla. North 9th St., ONCE OWNED A GRS.AT 7Z4CT OfI FANCV LARGE Sl'ANIMIf! 100D LIGHT Z-STKINO 4

SALE 1. fLO.Q/DA vBe7YNESNJ'OYfgA4UfGWYQ'LAND! 7WOU6M N6 NEYL.C4WJwEp STUFFED OLIVES,' Qt. 35c BROOMS, Each ___ __ ___lOc
OR -

tot lte 1 Pekln for $g.laying TRADE-Seven ducks; SI f2EA'CNAIEN WAS SOLD m$E77YLt FOa fO LA7zQ saNr1 7wd/w'o PEARL GRITS', 8 Ib.. .-- 25c Long, Gr.,:'Patna RICE, lb. _lOc :I
Jack.eon
1 1-4
out on Keystone President Monroe July 4th, MADE ON A WATER MILL WHOLE UKAIV
Road. Sweezy LAFAYETTE owned an ensigned by RLI'E
itslEkfafern Although 1825. Subsequently, General LaFayette' CORN MEAL, 8 Ibs. -. .. 20c ROSE RICE 5 Ib
tire township Adjacent to Tallahassee. *. ._ __ 24c

8 room bunOQ and planned an elaborate French colonization Florida and properties it is estimated were played that on they the PINEAPPLE, No. 2 Can. 17c PALMOUVE TOILET
Madiaon ', Florida he was desmarket ,
a. St. Terms project for ,
r. Demore.t, Starke Fla. tined never to see his properties or even brought LaFayette and his heirs approximately REAL API'LZ.'STHAWBERRY' SOAP Bar _. 5cLANG'S

d'\LBTwo-wbeel (Visit the state In 1831, he actually sent $103,000.00. PRESERVES, 16-oz. Jar 17c
.
PICKLES
alter Qt. I9c
; RESURRECTION FERK'ti a truly, _
to settle The
60 Norman peasants
r..wtey.lI'tIt' 1t over 60 or ASPARAGUS 1 Ib. can 15c
When the DRIED
hU lands but the project eventually astonishing Florida plant. K

SUPpLIEs: T7PewrttIddlng failed The.township had been given to wmther fa dry 'It shrivels up ,and turn MACARONI, Pkg. .Sc APPLES, 3 Pkar ... _. ... 2ScBUTTER

PI tr. tYP8Wrtte machine ribbons LaFeyette in 1824 by an actcompensation of brown and desolate, but with a quarter of "

ilia I&1e hlDe at paper.the Bradford" second paper as aservice measure fat helping of to obtain American for valuede inan,dead inch fronds of rain which'awaken it opens its into apparently amazing CHEESE Lb. 19c" : 0. ,, .. li., : 29c


\:. Telegraph office J'boaeU.. ,,, fact dependence it derive, *and its popular a warrant name.for it_ V wa growth and beauty._ From ,thfa.. ,euriou,.., w,


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY .Jt E
F PAGE SIX u_ T. I .

reaches a certain point, so as to well afford to do this
lonal appropriation to fight the | WILL PENINSULAR FLORIDA and pro
should do it. Nj
peat in several Southern state, I* insure a safe supply of this absolute -

composed of: Dr. Wllmon Newell, BECOME A DESERT? first essential to agriculture, 000 However, out of the $4,,80001).
federal )
director of the Florida Experiment fish forestry, livestock another relief measure It
game, been noted
FARMERS SECTION Station, chairman; Dr. J.Tallahassee V. I Constant Lowering of Water Tables Suggests Need For Interest, during dry season, will be expended that abou $300OOO.Ot,
veterinarian. on
tate
Knapp, soil
Is this of e
State Regulation to Conserve Natural What business your, and flood control
; Nathan Hayes tate agri- ; and
you say, I am not effected. My larger sums IIDllIer"

} Conducted by Demonstration Agents cultural; P. B.commissioner William, president Tallahassee of I. JwWater: Sources answer Is that Is that If you live The money to through do the needed CCC QIII"!

in Florida, and earn your livelihood in Florida could "tIIk
Assocla --
the Florida Cattlemen's t quite
)
lion, Davenport; A. P. Spencer JJf: JoH'uf,JL :MAY from an agricultural point of view In any part of Florida where come horn either one legltlDlatelj tbOlt
.
ot water Is an essential of agriculture vices., 1ft.
vice-director of Extension Gainesvllle Chairman CConamittee' Is natural fresh water. Many

; and W. I* Koon chairmanof Winter Haven Chnmber' ,of Canasseroe our soils. are noted for being relatively forestry game,-and livestock Need for Water
FEDERAL CAMPAIGNTO infertile but even 'on such you are Interested. Control
,
the State Livestock Sanitary True this ** not soil
Hints To Housewives CONTROL INAUGURATED SCREW Board, Punta Corda. fin TIle Florida Grower) soils agriculture i* successful with Take the central-southern partof flood control but It ia the erosion, bor
WORM
s Each application should con As'ttol Is written showers are ample- supplies of water. Origin- the state from Polk County of it? and 1* just a. oPJiOlltt

Weekly from Home Demonstm-. GAINESVILLE- educaUon- tain estimates of the numbers of falling in the Florida citrus belt, ally we had this water and thaIs through DeSoto to Lee County us here in Florida as Important soil b.
that is virtually why central and south Florid Starting In eastern Hlllsborough eroae
a
breaking drought
and flood
of infestation control
extent
TauahaseGOOD al on control of the screw all type of livestock, are In
flan gpeclalteto program other
1 in Florida has been In- and aa explanation of, six months in duration. In fact primarily was developed a 8' a County on through Polk County : As a matter of fact litUODII. -
;l+ worm fly the past six months have probablybeen farming area. We bad it in thousands down through the territory men : eral thef f,4
augurated by the U. S. Bureau otEntomolo&'Y the manner in which the county; government and the
gtat ,
,r EQUIPMENT and Plant Quarantine. will cooperate financially and In the moat trying that citrus of fresh water lake,,literal Uoned, Just look at the destructionby eminent have recognized Z'

4 In food preparation even though other way Application must be growers aDd truck farmers of the ly hundreds of rivers, creek and drought and cold. Recall If you for water control in the T!,

plan for meals are very simple Eight district and thirty-five made commissioners or state have ever experienced. Generally untold numbers of small ponds<< can. where the water used to standIn spending huge Ploriil
by county sums in EvJ
there I. a need for selecting useful county or locality supervisors, their speaking there has been no Natural watercourses were recognlaed certain ponds lakes, bay-heads glades, and are the
representatives. now
labor-saving equipment to obtain employed by the bureau to conductthe rain since the first of October. such I aa bay-beads flats,. and other places now bone dry vast system of dikes compicti
the beat result with the least program in Florida, attendeda The bureau will not pay transportation During thIs severe drought we muck ponds rainy season ponds. and see that the groves In those gates that will and hurried

effort Consider first will the school of Instruction at the for bensol and pine tar have had the< coldest weather on in addition to the large number of, sections have been damaged much life and well mean much to IK,

v piece of equipment be used to any Florida College of Agriculture from principal shipping point In record for the last forty years fresh lakes. more severely by the cold weather being of that awi
extent In household from May 30 through June 1 before the state or from contral point ? I Certainly other parts
operation of
appreciable and we have suffered with fear I I Where Has Water Goner this winter than would have been pea! ,
; second,. buy only equipment : they began their activities In In the counties. It will furnish from December. ',tenth to early the case if the water level in the alular Florida are Just as mUch cis

of good material and construction their respective sections. hardware needed in constructionof March wondering whether we 'I What has happened to these country bad been normaLRecall cerned with a different kind of ti

) ; third never buy equip- The agent will hold meetingsand chute and treating pen. would have anything left In _the water spots? For an answer that ter control, but for the same n .

ment for its attractiveness alone; demonstrations on control and Material for treating infested: way of a cltruindustry.. cannot be refuted, we suggest that twenty-five years ago or sons. The writer baa dUcuu<

a' fourth, consider storage apace before treatment of the screw worm. The livestock will be shipped to central atate'Jmowthat you drive overthe central and southern if you are old enough, fifty years this with a large number of peopk
traVfTthe
purchasing equipment The bureau will furnish pine tar oil and point in cooperating counties in Thosewho" part of Florida and see the ago. Think of the differences'in over the central and southern pm
much
e shops offer numerous and attractive benzol to livestock men who need OS-gallon drums, thence to be dls- during' tbl4tpme'pertod; canals, ditches, culverts. ,drainsHVE fresh water levels In Florida comparing of Florida, for several non..
and
of the woodland prairie has I
,
m tools to furnish the woman* these material Tibuted to farmer needing them. and every conceivable Instrumentfor those times and today. Without exception every
workshop--the kitchen. Often It assistance I Farmer must furnish their, own been burned over. Sportsmen know taking water out of the .coun Think of it from any angle which approached has been enthuaaatlc pe
Applications for infighting that there been less in
ha
is a great temptation for the I container game try. You can see in many place you wish. See If you think the ally in favor of water
mustbe control
r the screw worm fly Florida this than
peninsular season
without considering lakes that are being over-drained ,Country looks aa typical of Florida Some
housewife to buy of the have voiced the
made to the State Screw Worm W. G. Bruce t* director at sentiment:
time of the
ft her Immediate needs bureau head. any lathe history and fruit growers having to p..mp now a* it did a mere twenty-five that district
the in Florida and his drainage ditch
Control Committee, a* program state, They know that wild life *
f When of equipment can at Gainesville. water onto their groves, whicn year ago.Twentyfive should be filled up
a piece requires tile approval of this bodyon quarter are must have watering places, plenty regardless tut
{ serve more than one purpose, it 1* all application The com of feed and cover. These condi- seep back into the lake only to be or fifty years Is a i that all canals should be RtopM

/r wise to Invest-,muffin tin may mittee, organized several week The average adult person drink lons donot exist in a dry burned carried away forver by a canal or considerable amount of time in one and let all original water holdltj

be used for poaching eggs. Each ago to enable Florida to apply fora approximately a ton of water every over country. ditch; a senseless, endless circle: man's life, but in the life of a country areas return to their natural COlldJ-

muffin bolder'will hold a separate portion of a 480,000 Congres- year. truck Some drainage district and canals I or section, it amounts' to very lion" This.of course, Is senselenj
M egg The Individual cup cakes that' Citrus and growers know and other artificial water little except as to what takes place and wouldjbe a* damaging to IlIaD

may be packed in the children's time and energy during canning TRAIN SCHEDULE what a tremendous benefit waters courses have been put in wisely during that length of time. Think sections, a* over-drainage has txtj

,r school lunches so nicely may be season. SouthboundNo. as a protection from cold damage and are so handled as to properly for' a moment of old countries thai to others. e

baked in the muffin tina, also. Another very handy tool for the I-Due Starke 11:31: P., M. I to trees and crop This applies ,. regulate the flow of water and the have been thickly populated for It would seem sensible ando fat

ra For extracting orange or grapefruit kitchen I Is a fruit jar lifter that NO. 11-Due Starke 11.OO; A. M. not only to soil miosture but water level in the land.. However many centuries. Now think of our : those whose properties are l 10 J

Juice a graduated glass work like M pair of scissor It No. 107-Due Starke 0:42: A. M. to open bodies of water that give for each one that come In this section Of Florid and the changes dry as well aa those who are In]

ta reamer (pitcher type) does the may be used, for removing baked No. 191-Due Starke .10.57: ,P. M. off and their stored heat very slowly class there are countless others that have taken place with our water dined: to be too wet, that some totelllgent

l work satisfactorily and the contents potatoes from the oven or corn on Northbound thereby moderate air temper-- that come under the general classification l. our timber, our game, in the control of water levels |J

of the container may be seen. the cob from the vessel, as well as No 2-Due Starke 5:22 A. M. lures. of being destructive. You past twenty-five years. Whereare put into practice at the earlld)

''a This piece of equipment can readily handling hot jar and can*. No. 12-Due Starke 4:35 P.M., What causes..can you think of will find In most Instances where we headed T What will be the possible,date so that every Inter-

d be pressed Into service In other Standard measuring cups and No. 108-Due'Starke 5:11: P. M. that effect our,water tables, like artificial watercourses, have been result of another twenty-five yearsof I est; and every individual may bite

"Pkitchen operations.No spoons are necessary to insure best Starke wad Uannee Branch we have experienced In the last six dig, from the largest to ,the smallest senseless ditch digging and destruction -, the maximum protection and UI

doubt, fruit drinks are served results from recipe These cost : No. 101-Leave* Starke T.OO P. :U. months? You may mention lack .that they are left wide opento of water, timber, game maximum benefits that accrue t la

In every farm home, especially little but mean much to the user. No. 102-Arrive* Starke 1:50 P.M.T. of rainfall, firs and also freeze run continuously until the Water and everything that goes with water all from a proper water level uJ

r during the summer. Fancy-shap Much time can be saved if the 3. GRIFFIN. However, untilwe get. down to has been pulled out of the'land and natural conditions.The ''a re.erve'of this most essenUij
housewife had a standard pint and "over drainage-and; lack of -
regulation No effort has been
j 'ed cookie even the gingerbread apparently writer suggests an answer thing during dry and cold period!]
quart measure in addition to the NOTICE OF TEACHERS of fresh water bodies In our made to put in the dams, for this '
,.man cutttr and his little ralaln- I necessary condition Give the State While.the present session of thj
half pint cups. Some dealer carry EXAMINATION state you only scratched the surface locks, gates or other measures to Conservation
eyed slater make welcome accompaniment Commission full power legislature Is on Is the time to gd
*. quarter, half, and three-quarter Person desiring to take examination : a* to the real reason for thedistressing regulate tbe flow of water so as over all fresh, water bodies of this idea put into fact. The sti'J:
cup, third and two-third cups all for teacher certificateswill condition of citrus, to allow movement of excess wa- kind
To eliminate endless every lying within the state has a Conservation commission. I Ifl
preparation of wblcji nest together. pleas report at the Court truck, woods game, and other ter during flood periods and the of Florida that under
,1t in making raw salads, secure are the jurisdiction seems there ia a general move un
Other requisite for a well- House In Starke, Fla. Thursday items referrred to herein. rainy season; and with the Idea of
a grater that be used in of the state. Let this commission der way to change the nature uj
may a equipped kitchen: are a set of good, June 6 June The very essence of Florida !
Friday, 7, and Saturday holding up the water, when it determine what;are his commission so as to make I anonpoiilicat
variety of ways: grating onions stainless steel knives for different June 8, at elgbt o'clock .. proper _...._ _. L
levels for lakes and other
bard water in
boiltd eggs; potatoes, cabbage use the every way saw
spatula, the long-handled forenoon.
and carrots; slicing or shredding bodies. Give It power to'main- and form. If this be done, certainly
s4, fruit and vegetables; eliminating ladle and spoon the wooden spoon, All applicant are expected to ain those levels, aa far as drain- thla water control matter cad
and the long-handled fork.
furnish Ink and
j' '! rind or peeling of pumpkins pen. legal cap age Is concerned. Give it power togo properly come under such a com
The efficient housewife take and be ,
paper prepared to the
pay
squash, potatoes, apples, etc Into existing drainage districts mission..
stock often and either replace or ,regular fee. STATE NEWS
that
4 'A stiff brush to remove silks add new equipment to belp save I A J, Qrlffis, Supt. are valueless or abandonedand Undoubtedly it would mea

,front ear of corn will ..ve. much |[time and energy. ,S-24-2t v,,.- PB a put: in the necessary locks much to the state forester in b
h of dame or other means of control- efforts- to re-forest parts of
news Florida In Short Paragraphs. Jr
-, ling water ,movement' Give it state,.and, control fires; it wl
I carte blanche authority' over all mean much to residents who Ion

f Y < fresh waters so that natural water -: the woods and who go In for fishIng

I- ----------- may be conserved and BO con I or hunting,_ whether for spa
r H trolled aa to benefit the largest mud
I s Ij or for rations; it will mean
1'w 'I 11 j RIBBONED RATTLESNAKES I WAR ON SHINE number. to our tourists and to our buslneat

J LAKELAND-Florida'* "drink TALLAHASSEEWar against Then watch-many of our grove es who cater to tourists; it wii
.1 ing parlor are a* much open saloons troubles our wh:
; bootlegger I* the goal of J. A. disappear see the decreased r mean much to cattlemen
a* rattlesnake are rattlesnake woods and forest with hoc
Cormier, director of ,the Beverage I fires increased are faced one season
,after pink ribbon have game and flab for relief season wi
A Control Department set up by the sportsmen and the next
,. been tied on their tails, Dr. Ludd liquor taxation and control law and resident who, love the drought relief; It will mean nut,

M. Spivey, president of Southern the and woods, and more and better pas- toour truck growers who mil
passed by Legislature signed
1 r r ,' '" college, told the graduating claaa by Gov. Sholtz. "I will do all urea.. have lots of water at a fairly con
In his
baccalaureate address. Where will the, slant level for their crops; an;
in my power to see that no boot money come
'. : leg liquor.Is old in Florida," Cor from to do this, is asked. This i* above all it will mean a JI'e&

w ;. 10 LARGEST: CITIES mler said aa betook up his broadened a good queatlonThe cost of determining deal to our'citrus 'growers u

,TALLAHASSEE: ** New census duties.. He previously was director and maintaining water other businesses and indu: tre!

.jot .... '' ... vY figure show Florida's ten largest of the Beverage Departmentin levels is not a'drop in the bucket that deal with,. or derive some

XATT cities to be: Jacksonville,,146,259; administering the laws In light compared: to the annual loss due all of their income from the citric

number "II Miami, 127.601 J Tampa. 100,143; wine and beer.' to our lack of having water con- Industry.

U'peopa.. lavtfab) St. Peter.burlr.O.8 ; Fensacola, trol. The state could easily and Let's get this ,done this year
1 30,806; Orlando_ 30481; West
1 ,
mtmify haft lesrnedthat WILL CONTINUE CODES
:
Palm Beacb; Lakeland, 21,
It the,wax to: get better 017; Daytona. leach, 20,099; I aid TAMPA-NRA 'wage and hour

mA uaed car I* to WIlt{ this or. Miami Beach,.,",18.330. provision will continue In force
I..SNOW"I.- Tampa factories which produce

*'A; car IN MIAMI nearly 400 million cigars annually

j .. w *. :MIAMI BEACH-Thousand of A. L.. Cuesta Jr.; president of

small, whit butterflies settled on the Cigar Manufacturers Aaoocli-

t-0 Ewy- car moat pa a section of Miami Beach recently, lion of Tampa, bas announced.

,!8s.. M' k ftgidIystemadelnspectioni forming a covering that resembledsnow Cuesta said'there would be "slight

II before..it i awarded over the sub-tropical green- change In merchandising policiesIn
,
; a;l'1'1"a our.A ery. The butterflies were flying view of Invalidation .of the

Gaanutfaexf "OK" tag.AH southward. Thorn that tumbled to code such a* restoration or certain

f f 11 Oelhf a a ;,,. ale 'feature_ are carefully the ground'and on shrubbery were privilege to small, jobber,
'; apparently exhausted but this would not mean lower
>fdldlrMT
u' fAx! checked by factorytrainedmechanics I
prices. '
i i +--
i 1 EOD1 -brake* are ad, CATCHES TINY TARPONST. .

44 justed.' 'cleaned,, PETERSBURG W. Cop. SOMETRINO: NUDE
1uMrruaaoN 4Zf t4 1 mane
i t r 1 + s ,
the pins for trout in
fishing '
; t car to look like \ Tampa FT. MYERS -Thl*, :,city, la all
EsAa bay near here set what local fishermen .
i "
new and all mechanical aroused over the prospect.of hav
regard a*, a, new low for
iiumiwtelr t parts reconditioned: to provide tarpon, oiyhogk,.end,line' ing a nudist"colony alight here for e
lend aU around lafor.
year operation
x
;
the finest' when he
and a one pound'thirteen -
; most
'tV d t'i : 1t1 nation on'possible .itea'b.II'been
IZrQ dependable performance. ounce silver king on a lightcastingi'oatfltl'TThs I asked of Mis*.JUU :Lr Jfeffcott.:'ofth -
.. ... \
NW R a .(,>;t little tarpon: '
! i T\ .
"" > Jeffcott,Realty'Company, who .
put up ..',' realistic"battle, twice ;
x, UCJrI'JJHI' ,,Y .J $ See our fine stock of leaping several feet into the air in Is at',work in lining up likely location


?4 1 tr' EiiNmow '" LETCA'ri0' >IEi; \ guaranteed foist. Not OK only used will ca.-you an effort, to shake. the hook.'. from cates.* the for The American the' inquiry bach-to-nature Oymnosophlcal was received adVo. Cut original cost and l: upkeepby '


I a get a better used car value FIVE-STORY PLUNGE Association,. with- present headquarters -
'
ST.
PETERSBURG Herman buildingarterial..streets
: but you will also' get'' a Wise-San Jose Calif.. World War in New Jersey The colony -

l,! f ;* better deal on your old'r veteran, plunged to his death from ia seeking 100-acre' tract>; '
with either fresh
or salt water accommodation
:t ,s P' in trade. Home tbe fifth Hoapital floor after,of the overpowering Soldiers' from available and free of CONCRETEYou


two attendant. "*Home officials ,mosquitoes.. .... '
!said ,Wise. was mentally unbalanced era money dlwfa.oa coax; by and 'improve the spp* "oc*

.' y ap1# ;, and bad been kept under close DRILLING CONTINUES .cret*. First because concrete* of the,neighborhood.

observance since he was admitted GROVELAND-There wa*' Jubilation I street require little upkeep and extension 01 .
If the streets are
Orlando.e to, the hospital,Wednesday', from at the oil well rig south last the longest. Second because Federal'Aid highways feJe.J

: I ot Groveland Wednesday,when thi 'you ne In gas,oil tire and car be ._!Dable for chi
nonernsy
big rotary drill after weeks of repair -
.US.D' CARS ELECTROCUTED: struggling with dense, Ocala lime \ taw pavement.

t BARASOTA-Fouling a guy- stone, suddenly cut through and at Concrete Is true sod even-safe;It Insist on ,concrete tot .Cct1.

i wire'' with which he was attemptIng the 700-foot level showed plainly drains quickly, Increases risibil. comfort end! _mooeyto -*"""*

i till; tWCDtUI to guide tt**? fall of, a tree he It.,wa* biting'it* way through the

was helping to car down on a high Claibourne stratum. In a,' few Pus tkit touff ill*f.,uJ,.?L

tension electric, power line, cost the days, If the borins continue to con -

e life of WUllanr )ftvP tera,. ,S3. father form to the,tentative chart made t PORTLAND CEMENT' ASSOCIATE,

of eleven children Peters,employed from scientific .Investigation- I I" Hurt BUsw Atlanta Oa .

{ en a. farm, near the city, attempted drill should reach the Wilcoxaa Trrf*
TORODE CHEVROLET r'I > stoUrn
COMPANY Starke Fla. to toes the guy-wire overa limestone formation. One* through Pleas mall TMments. for

f' .. tree-branch but,instead U.landed that-- supposed to nave its base i I ...............

on the power line and the current rrolOOOto.lOO; feet,below the C I ..
:J .
.
ft. was sent through hi*,body by surface at this point=tho.! Jrt the; ''aho r...-,:,..............................

the contact, He'died'en, rout ,to,e know'merely' say "from''there oa ',;, ........
.--. '" hospital.t..V." > anything ,may ,happen." j ,r I' }.. ..........c'. ..-... ..


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i"'puR D DDUCarOBYyDtST KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- -- - --- .. ---- -- ---. ... -- -- -- --- ---- --- -, ." .. .. .--.. '..

CHCBCHa II.... T. R. DM..rr. C.r '....iul...t I Arlen Sheen bought two lots for Jacksonville's Leading HoteF
B.ti'TIST $1.800 at Fort Pierce where he will

C. a Price, Pastor. Mrs. Leland-Bloss entertained The erect a new filling and service sta #I-
undR1 SChool, 10 .o'clock a. m., Saturday afternoon with a bridge Story of the Bible Told in Pictures tion. <1ci a, '
v '
luncheon at the .J3
Cabin.
Log
, ft Thomas.! SuptKri The "I'IV-,-reat or p.rsnnal. flx.,1--Iv .. !< ;..q" ,
11 a. m. guests assembled In the main Cabin cc t
wcr8hlptK .,' ,.''I'
*
U. 6:43: p. m. where a beautifully bppoIntcUluncheon his. '".......".."t Moll for the. your. ,",. ''..
p Worship 8 p. m. was served, after which v. :",11, and for the |>nr'.oMo. of''' pwrfecllnir td- ,; by'C i.;

aping Meeting,'Wednes.SJ : contract was.played on the porchof reviewing and equallftlnirMuch !.ell1l! !:t
Teachers X4ih'K mm*Mi.m .nt. The Assessor. or ik" ,,, :1
:
S m, the club house. Mrs. Mona Mc Taxes. anti the Tlnnrcl. of County Com.mlKHinnem .i." i 'C
: P may continue. In neimlan
Wed- Millan of
prayer ,service. Palatka was awarded a for curia purpose from dny to day .
ld m. lovely prize for high score, and far one. week or a* long a* may tie
\a,8P.! Mrs. A. B. Weisslnger\ and Mrs. n..fp. ..arw .
All persona owning property nub
jiethooiiTcharch John Bird received second high and :lest to miiK'iumeiit. In nrndford

L.ef. B. M. Montgomery. Pastor. low respectively. Playing with the j County. ut,such Florida meeting., are notified, to make to. such appear THE SEMINOLE + 'r

upday S<*, ool-lOa.,10. hostess were Mrs. McMillan Mrs. uomplalnta or Rive Much teiitlinonvan JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Worship-11 a. m. Bird, Mrs-Wetsslnger, Mrs. D., E. to the value, of any property,
10rPing r League-7:1:5: : p. m. ,. IJIBZClthte rent. or personal an fixed. by the CHAS I*. GRINER. ManagerA t
'pwortl1 Pangborn, Mrs. Frank Merrill, County Assessor of Taxes, upon his
'venlni worshlP-8:00: p. m. Mrs. J. Russell Hall Mrs. C. Wesley 4''' a .I NNNment" roll an they. mar denlre.liven human" homelike Institution c
invited to all these *ervrrpnbtrrlan Larson ( by order. of the Hoard of where will find Individual
'oU are Mrs. Harold Lawrence. County Commlmilonerii. you your -
Mrs T., R. Demery, Mrs. Leland .!! A. J. THOMAS. Clerk. comfort and *ntortnlnment -
Howard I > a matterof
Church Misses Gertrude Houser f LAX THE BLADDER
Minister 'and Arneeta Ogden. I n great Import.
H. Lowry THIS 2So TEST FREE ance.
George
eV. Mrs. Charles Forsythe left Tuesday
m-Sabbath School. If it falls. When
Irritation- wakes
0:00: a Worship for Kentucky where she will a A steel fireproof> building located i
1:00: A JI.-Mornlng ; Visit relatives and will visit her t I : you up use this bladder lax to in the heart of the city. '
by the pastor. I .r flush out impurities and excess> 1
on brother, Lt. C. B. In'
Helberger
,30 mJunlor Christian En- acids. Get buchu leaves juniperoil Every Room with Combination
p Norfolk before
returning to her I d etc., In little green tablets call Tub and Shower Bath Radio Elec'

,so'p.. m.-Evenlngr Worship. home., I b Iyu t' e r" fI ed Bukcts. Works on the bladder trio Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for ,
Miss Gertrude Houser is
leaving Summer Ventilation Comfortable
d similar to castor oil on the bowels. t
Christian Church today for Meadvllle, Pa., to attend a .w X Bladder Irritation disturbed Beds with Mattresses of InnerSpring a 4
First can cause
McGuire, PastorBible summer school at Allegheny College ii Construction and individual
B..V. W. T a e sleep frequent desire scan- Reading Lamps '
School, 10 a. m. ty flow burning or backache. In
communion, 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Demery had four days, If not pleased any drug.gist RATES

Endeavor 7 p. m. as their guests Sunday, Mrs. Tha will refund your 23c.: Get 78 Room with Private Bath

Christian meeting Wednesday 7:30 lia.Perry and Miss Bep Temple of ;your regular alocp end feel "full of $3.00: -.Single ,
ayer
Jacksonville. pep." Mitchell's Drug Store 80 Rooms with Private Bath Mf

DI, Second Sunday 11 a. Hugh Wilson of Lake City wasa sl '2JIO Slnglo i
preaching / )
8 m.SEWOOD guest at the home of Mr. and li t/ 1' 40 Rooms with Private lath I
and p.
-- Mrs G. E. .Wiggins Sunday. MALARIA '3.00.-Hlnglo

BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. M. B. Green of Orlando, in :5 days 21 Rom with Private Bath

L 0, Hemingway Pastor arrived Saturday and will make 6 6 6 S.3.0O: -Slngln
Rev
Sunday. Bible her home here with Mr. Green who COLDS 10 Sample Rooms with Private

services 10:13 every a. m. Morning Wor- la connected with the State Park J..... Crowned With Thorn*.-"And the soldiers platted crown of thorns, and put it en His head, and Elect day Bath ..._____._?_. $4.0O--Single.

udy : Evening Worship, near here. they put on Him a purple robe and said Hail King of the Jews! and they smote Him with their. han..!.." TAHI.KJT Tonic and
ip,11 a. m. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Lane had -John 19: 23. "And when they had platted a crown of thorns, they put it upon Ills bead, and a reed in LIrl'lG- NOKKI 1 SLIGHT INCREASE FOR

13 p. m.gCT1IEL. as their guests over the week-end His right hand and they bowed the knee before Him and mocked Him saying Hall, Kino of the Jewel) Doors Laxative DOUBLE OCCUPANCY ,rJt

BAPTIST CIIURCII Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ausland and And they spit upon Him and took the reed, and smote Him on the head."-Matt. 271 2930. This illustration

Rev C. A. Donntoy Pastor Mr. and Mrs. P.. G. Gearing of Be- is from Merlan's story of the Bible in pictures, engraved in 1625-1630.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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Services every first Sunday. bring.'

Sunday School, 2:30 p. in.. i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Call and two LA JVTE Park was a business visitor here'I eral months duration.Mr. our. Many Team Experience Make It Po *lbto for Us to Render t'

Bible Study and Prayer Services sons left last week for Montgomery O. J. ...1111.,.. CorrnpondeM. Friday. 'I Ritter had been an employeeof EFFICIENT.: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE: F

ery Saturday night. Ala., to make their home. Mr. Canning J. S. Norman and T, T. Black- the Seaboard Air Line Railwayfor MOUCRATB PRICKS

Call is connected with the Unit- The Center be- burn were business visitors to the past thirty years In the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
ed States Bureau of Public Roads..1 Lawtey Canning Alachua Tuesday. capacity of section foreman. STARKE. FLORIDA''
operations here In the
gan Monday
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley Larson building formerly used as the Wo- Mrs J. H. Moore and Mrs W. ,Mr Ritter Is survived by his widow -

SOB JONESComments were In DeLand Monday to attend man's Club building and it la reported F. Moore and Mrs.'H> B. Arwood a sister, Mrs. L. 8. Hutto of 1

] the graduation exercises of Stetson that operations will con- were shopping in Starke Monday Starke; two daughters, Mrs. C. B.

\ On Here University. Mr. Larson's sister, tinue dally. afternoon.N. Bennett of Valrlco and Mrs J. B.
Miss Wilda Larson being one of Evans of two W. H. For
C. Schaffer. District Deputy Sidney: sons Expert Repairing
And Hereafterwhen the graduates.Mr. .
City Council Meets Grand Master of'Masons flitter of South Miami and J: M. J
In this
and Mrs Frank Merrill left Jk
Ritter of Tampa.
The City Council met Monday District from Gainesville was 1
for Tallahassee to
Sunday spend
.
[ the Day of Pentecost came several days. evening and granted a further reduction visitor here Tuesday evening. '
accord In In City Taxes if all delinquent 4 NOTICHS
ey were all with one Mrs. Eugene Helberger and Mr. > ( .8. C'. O. r..) Garage
taxes
e place." They were not onlygether Julia Forsythe spent Friday in and 1934 taxes are BROTHER OF'MKS. IIUTTO NOTICP1 I. hereby given. that thCounty "
as far as location was paid before they become delin DIES Assessor of 'razes for llradr I'
together Gainesville quent. All Interested persona are <>rcl County. Florida will moot with ,
,Dcemed, but they were
I the Hoard of County <'imiml iilon..r
'
'
One requested to see the City Clerk at Funeral services were held at Phone 120
spirit. That Is what counts. MISSION ,HALL, I of Bradford County, 'Florida, In the I
.immunlst may be In Russia and once concerning these taxes. Turkey Creek Tuesday for WilliamF. office of the. Clerk of the Circuit ,
( lit mark, Ht 10 O'clnvk A.'
other In America but they are The story of "The Two Advents" .. Bitter, 69 of South Miami who M.Court on !Monday, the. bt day nf July Wrecker Service Day or Night

getter as far as their purpose Is that Is: the first coming to earth Trustee Election died In a Miami Hospital Satur- A. D. lUG, for the purpose. of hear-... ] j l i
Inll'Oomph.lnt.' and reuAlvlna1' testimony
incerned. Their'heart beat In of Christ-the Lamb slain,-and At a meeting of the Board of day after a lingering Illness of sev .. to the value of any prop-

pathy. This Is not alwayse then, the Second coming-the Lion Public Instruction held at Starke t

of the religious world. of the tribe of Juda-when He Monday an election for the purpose -

-- shall come again to reign, was told of electing three trustees of
world .is divided the Lawtey School District was How BUY USED CAR '
Tie Christian in pictures quite graphically on called for July 9.Vegetable TO A
ito comparatively'.mall groups Tuesday evening at the Bible

ut that la not the problem that study hour at the Mission. ,

nfronts Christianity. our mod. "The Lamb and the Lion" was Movement
Sweet corn and lima beans con-
n age. These groups are dlvld- the title of the picture and a wonderfully 'I
There are some who are Fun- good, lesson was given tinue to move from the local plat-

mentalists and some who are from same. form here dally moat shipments I Wztlwut "Joking.
being moved by trucks to nearby .
illed Modernists. They cannot splendid audience was presentand markets. 1 I"

*t together. They are too far 'ae music was exceptionallygood

part The Modernists say the Bile ; several piano numbers being -

contains the word of God. The broadcast over the public address G. W. Roberts Personals was a business d to l & Condition or Value
undamentallsts
say It is the system, before the pictures
,visitor to Starke
Wednesday.
ord of God. The difference be- began.' '(_ ',
A. H. Harley was transacting
n these two groups Is fundamental The pictures will be used again business in Jacksonville Tuesday. "<\''>
and they cannot unite to next week and some of the most ,
Mayor and Mrs. J. H. Moore who
urpoae! unless convictions are famous artist's work illustrating )
are at present In Ft. Meade spent n f, .
crlficed. Men may disagree the life of Christ will be shown in the week-end at their home here. ir
bout denominational methods and the lesson.It .
teaching '
Mrs. G. W. Roberts was shop
otk together but when they dlegree Is good to.... the parents ping in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. '1\

on fundamental principles. coming and bringing the children Effle Miner and daughter, r rj

they are sincere they cannot for the benefit to be derived from Miss Beatrice were visitors to _
ork together. The Modernist and these studies.Because 4
Jacksonville Saturday. A le
e Fundamentalist .
disagree one David Sullivan and two sons, of
fundamental Both of an airplane -
principle. the propellor
Homestead were visiting at the
ot be right. revolves from left to right, i t ,
home of D, )L.,Phillips during the "
producing a rush of air in that direction week. fI11fLt1

If the Bible contains thetword the right wheel of a plane Mr.. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins who y ,44
> Cod, then how toe than the t tr
are we going: continues to spin longer have been residents of this place 1 d

what is and what is not left one_after a take-off. for some time moved Tuesday to tT
*word? I old time Or-
am an
Starke where Mr. Dinkins Is connected : J
Piodox Christian. ,I believe thatbe with the American Oil Co.

salvation of a human soul defends that.the:"Gospel is the Power of Prof. ,A. E. Maxwell of Orange
upon the vicarious and substltutlonat God unto salvation to everyone
< < -
death of Jesus Christ that believeth." There have come A '

M the Cross., I never saw a Mod- into 'some of the pulpits of most -
wKERVE
mist who believed that. Then In of our denominations preacherswho

e name of common sense bow no longer,, believe in the Old 'I.'Y

a modernist and I Work to- Time Religion and the Old Time

S uier on a Christian program to Gospel which our fathers believed

bring men to God T ,We don't agreejwut and preached. If ,we Orthodox ''Y
what Is necessary. .The people in the name of a false ? ALL SQUARE ,

}the"Mernlst and I don't' even' talk :church, '-, loyally support these 'c<,rI'" CARS AND TRUCKS ARE PUT

same language. preachers wltb...our influence and I 1'
I am not a narrow denomlnaallst. : money then we areas guilty as THROUGH THC FOLLOWING'i

My evangelistic work these modernist preachers are '
baa SOLD' ONLY BY FORD' DEALERS 2O :
always been JnUr4enomlna- and we,ten proving that we are '
1kIna! I am the founder and pros, BOOT loyal, to.our own denominations OPIIlATIONII..If.. .:: '
Ideal .tralned'meIatmakew have been turned In
of an Interdenominatlonat than we are to the Gospel of you arc a
Iiollege. But all Jeaua Christ. As far as I am concerned UNLESS :you can scarcely know for the new Ford V.8 In large volume. ".' 1.;dec*'.n4 WMt leeVdMiil.
llaIIa 1 churches This have better f. Clean' ..4. P.MMele. "
m the I will support with my the actual condition of a used car mean you a
evangelical & enrflMeii Mete ...... ....... '
agree on fundamentals. of denomination before buy iff But fortunately election at lower pricest for where -y -
-- .... 'We believe money a preacher a you used volume I 4> Ret.H.............TII".........wMr. n.....< ;
------ to which I do not belong who there 1* one sure way to get a big prices are naturally

preaches the real. Gospel a thousand car that 1*in first rate condition at lower value* bigger. J. ...Mry...... flee Asle" w.... a>.4.iry,

time more, readily than I willa a price that represent fume*MIl.... Why take chance when buying 4k ReiMfltl.iiFre...C.*.<...Mefi where* ...

preacher who Is a member of my .fa-.tt-. Go to your nearest Ford dealer used car} Why risk unsatisfactory ssry i

own'church who preaches a modernistic lipTO every MTTS yen* .wn Me* tenelom, and select a Square Deal used carany performance or costly misunderstandings 7. l..sdiWe. Steering where'.....NfY',

message. I personally had K. wonder you 'ant at the vtfsad make or model.You can buy a.to service or guarantee? .. Che* An Wheels.

rather give, my money to some bark a* the caOdrea.Watek It with complete con/idence-th. Play sate, buy a Square Deal used .. Ca tramp preacher who has no denominational eotl O. iPJetia3 Square Deal mark, your proteccar from your Ford dealer and rid 10 Chedi '.IIIt-r....*. where naastMry 1aloes.

I affiliations but who ..... may lead to .....**. that the ha.been tA/Jduatl.faalonaruieconomy- 11. CJM It It mean* car
your Mori.gegee Nerfi Ch.A and Chum UphaftUry.
Headache t
and Nervous ,
blood of Christ value Ford
the reconditioned exthe exceptional
bad .toPM preaches and url etf thoroughly by your 13. Che* Llfhts '
NOW ,. the dam. the full Gospel than to supportsome .ear..... 1IIipIeuaa'i ,6&.h IF pert mechanics through the twenty dealer I* offering today in Square 14. Che* Wlii4fMeM Wipers

agM. you'd be Doctor of Divinity who tAp ... tI7 Dr. II.IW operation listed at the right and ic Deal used car and truck Easy 15. Chedt Tire*-,...... where n......ry h

forced to oar- stands In''a pulpit of my own __ I H..t If...... T......' mean a Cold Certificate guarantee ternucanb.arr.nged.Remember, 1*. L...... th.r..ihly, rti

I''y Residence church and little by little under Jtsst as b a 1wpab of quality.backed by the reputation only Ford dealer cell Square Deal 17. Drain Fluid end ..HII Cr.ni....t. w

Lle.blUty ,In.euranee ,. mines the faith of the people. I wnI ehld.lgbtiet..larr..ootkl. of authorized Ford dealer. used can. : '1". Flush, Mid ....'! R.....*;;
am for my'church and my preachers .. an tel Check ....,"
'as long as they' are' for my .. .....oI1C tUN ...... Now I. the beat time to buy a Never Gerd ....... ......jS"... SOL All leper Deal, C.r. ........... sr
Square Deal used car from your _.....J 1\0 U
'r but. I am not a
1 Lord and the Gospel that ..:: := ,:::-u..1: Ford dealer. .Late model of popur...n.* preacher or a program
for a -.Jpwl TaI W.. Both ltswlL
la not loyal to the .Gospel.. The ... .... M Un* effect. DEAL USED CAR IS BEST TESTED 'ON FORD LABORATORY
Church does not save people. Jesus M ,.. sr ding .... NEXT_ TO...NEW, A SQUARE TEST SET
,
I la -
saves. If the(Church saved

will JIa..8, to save the
Christ '
church. Therefore, I am most loyal l i tl J.'W. ANDREWS, JR., STARKE, FLA. ,-
I I .
church',when I refuse to t '
to

I give. my my support to, SPY'to minister or to ',U I \ I I3'3l.JJ.1 I- OH THB AIR-Focd tyaaphoey OrcMMrs ......,. mlmgfVnd w......ThurnUy Vt. N.awak.t .
which disloyal
any program i

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iF SILENCE IS GOLDEN OUIl 1

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished RENO SHOULD BE CITY l ODD---BUT TRUE

[Maybe You'veHeard 1 OF RICHES ]
1877AEABER. ] (Continued from Page One)

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c S Il It, ButIf plot*,silence-think of that) You -NO. I, !7 t
also see at times a man hoeIng -
may
V -FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION \\ I okra according to the popular IMPROVED BURIAL CASE THE I NATURE OF THIS INVENTION CONSISTS ,

V 1935 0 .. we were the fluey long of the dotdot, dash 'ay.tem adoptedon IN PLACING ON THE LID OF THE COFFINNa81U3I

.... M::JC't.WO/t.d. ::J ... rnovlefll relief work...:. dot meaning a ,AND OIl .eCTL-1 OVER THE FACE OF
.. It would be worth a movie exec- movement of the' Implement In THE B00v :
-- ---- -- '
---- - utive's neck to star Ben BernIe and hand and a, dash, the well earned "" WHEREIN A SQUARE TUBE WHICH EXTENDS I
Second ClassMatter
and Entered !
Published Fridays as .
Weekly on all his lads in a film and then- -as rest after the exertion,-but with- UP THROUGH AND OVER THE' SURFACE i
at the Post Office at Starke Florida allow him I OP THE i
In "Stolen Harmony"- out the usual grunt;'the surrounding ,
C GRAVE SAID TUBE
CONTAINING
--- .. -- to play but one song while the remainder silence Is contagious. U" A LADDER j
E. L kaUhewar-H--Editor and Owner. of the film Is occupied white man comes along in this AND A COROONe END OF THE CORD BEING I

I w ,_____ _. _ with close-ups of George Raft anda black man's domain' little piccan reN4' PLACED IN THE' I HAND OF THE PERSON IN TME
freak bus. innies may come out and stare at '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE COFFIN,'T\-IE\ OTHER END BEING !
News reels would be prohibited ATTACHED
him in silence. Here is truly the TO
Yearly, $1.50; Six l\Ionths,1lSc-Payable In Advance from baby.parades and speecheson place for "the tired businessman", i y A BELL ON THe TOP OF THE SQUARE TUBe

Advertising Rates on Application the NKA.Makeup to rest. Shade !I. plentiful and he SO THAT SHOULD THE PERSON COME TO t.IFe
__ artists would be halted can lie down anywhere and sleep' -
n -- -- -- -- -- -- ------ -- HE CAN ASCEND FROM THE COFFIN AND
in their devilish attempts to the whole day without being disturbed -
Swat the fly and smack the mosquito. make a scarecrow out of Merle only he mustn't snore. The GRAVE BY THE LADDEROR IP UNABLE JQ

o Oberon and she would be allowedto streets show no marks of tires. I e DO THIS HE CAN RING THE SEL.L,11-IeRes'Y

be as beautiful as she was In GIVING AN ALARM !
W They are kept visible, not by traffic -j
Small heads are the easiest to enlarge. her brief bit In "The Private Life ,: but by the grass-eating cow, a .
of VIII." I
Henry The only time when noise 1is -
Most political prophets want only political profits.Is There would be at least one heard here'10 on Sundays'\ when THAT WAS; '

o scene In each picture In which austere doctrlnarles preach, against A GOOD SMOOZS AW I THIS IS

Individualist"? Claude Rains would be .allowed to each other, tbd, !'.discourse of each NOW I'LL RING TV)' ONLY PLACE
Individualist" "Ragged
it "Rugged or Insane.
go FOR A\Y MAN
being heard. from pne church to WHERE AW
Joe E. Brown, Josephine HutchInson the other, Bui,after services AND TELL HIM MOTHER-IN t w

t The Blue Eagle and the Dodo are now birds of a feather. banished and to Beryl some Mercer cameraless would island h*- holy: men mce<4flj'.!;!l amity; become fro BR.IN6 A\1 WON'T FIND /AEIPEACE
LUNCH -
I human andJaugh at eacother's
0 where there would be no pos / f AT
lately presented "points /
Work is a tonic, but too many' of us look upon it as a slble chance for them ever againto "You have; me there, brudders no, "LAST 1 '
/
come Into contact with celluloid.
medicine. sab, savin' by grace alone ain'twhat
Robert Montgomery would be
hit's cracked up to be; but
o forced to forego whimsy at the
then,, a p'lnt's a p'lnt, you know"
the Dionne quintuplets point of a gun. Ann Harding wouldbe ,
?, Collectively speaking, are now .. and such like .theological subtle-
role in which she
given one
ai five old., i
years could forget to be too, too charm- ties.One
0 wonders where all the peo-

that hitch hikers Ing.MOvie audiences would be forced ple can be. Well, some are outworking
The Gainesville Daily Sun observes ; YOU SEE I HAD THEY 'CAN'T KEEP A GOOD
same take snoreless
n, seem to be all thumbs. West to, Greta pledge Garbo allegiance Bing Crosby's to Mae snoozes In the .'shade, and others A TWIN BROTHER, MAN DOWN,CAN THEY ,.I WAS

vocalizing, Charles Laughton and are conferring with Mr. Flanna- WHO GOT FRESH VISITING If.Y FRleNO.AN ABSENT I

$' The hide of beingsssaid to be valueless but still! Mary Boland. gan, in Sapp's store, about the best 1U A GANGSTER MINDED UNDERTAkER, AND I I

Vif it.It's Robert Donat would be given an.. price of selfrlslng flour, of which AND THEN BURIED M3BV FELL ASLEEP IN HIS PLACE

someone is always after other good film before the fans they buy Immense quantities. No AM STAKE.., AND HERE'l AM GOOO

0 forget his "Count of Monte Cris- baking powder for the Reno housewives SLIGHT ERROR .:JOKE ON HIMISNr .
if to." : "De chlllun sho' will eat It VOL 1
pretty easy for a person never to make a mistake KNOW; IT ;r
Films, as the "Gilded Lily," In and git swelled up wld de colic. HAlMAtHAl: ) '
who makes ,
never anything. ART
i i i
w which characters are just too devastatingly -
'- 0- eccentric about eating SCHOOLS GET'ONLYPART He'f(

This week's definition of an optimist: .A fellow who Is pop corn on park benches or takIng OF FUND ASKED' > _, _, C ,..tJ"wwcf .IMA..
(Continued from Page One) O
off their shoes In public wouldbe
still sending out dime letters.
burned In the public square. ..

o Anyone having anything to do stead of four congressional districts Han tk Peek, Jr., li'treman,. |2.60;'' Edwards!: ,, councilman $..00; N, D. :TO GAIN FA VOlt'Don't -
The lowly to be'the forgotten to with the production of "All Quieton reduced the number of judicial .
taxpayer seems man Dick Griff, Fireman, 'l.ooi; Walnwrtght, 'Jr. councilman, $..00.; argue over trifles
circuits from, 38 to, 15 andreapportioned
the Western Front, "The In- ;
everyone except the tax collector. visible Man," "Crime Without the legislature on Johnnie Hagan, Fireman, $1.00; T. F. Landrum, City Attorney, What's the odds whether ROTO

u Passion" "or "David Copperfteld" the basis of the 1939 state census Tames Lewis, Fireman, $l.ooi A. F. $2.00{ Carl Johns, salary $60.00, died on Friday or Saturday rDon't

The dove of peace finds it rather ;difficult to light on a would have free access to the public Taxed and regulated liquor slot Copeland Fireman 91.00;,; W. 'L'i. statement blanks, 25c, $60.25; Nick I business.pry'It Into Isn't other people'
any picnic o
gun barrel still hot from the last war, treasury. I Jai-machines .and the Spanish game of; Wall, 12 mayor.fee*, $12'00'W.: E. Thomas 1-2 night special police ;yours 'where the preacher's wit!
Alai;
The smallest member of the ; prohibited marathon I
o dances and similar exhibitions. Middleton, 4 mayor fees $400;"T. duty, $100; Vasco Forsyth 1.2 got her new,dress, or how Ilntiparks
Cabin Kids-the one who scratches
Passed F, Landrum. collecting taxes and night special police duty, $1.00; paid for her davenette o
Fair weather friends are the ones who cloud when -would be starred in a productionall a 90-day divorce residence ,
up why Mrs. Green calls at the bail
his own. laOAppropriated-. preparing paving lien, $46.75; H. Bradford Hardware Co., aupplle., '
they no longer see your silver lining. Eo Lagergren, Re-Blazing bound- so often.
: $1,000,000 for Improvements $380; D.' C. Klnlaw gasoline :and
If that bit of scandal true wb
lines dumping ground, $2.00 )
ary ;
0
If we were the line)" Long' of ) at state Institutions tj oils, $37.00; Board of Bond Trustees'Bradford stir .it about and keep the ilenci
Starke Telephone Co..
Telephoneat
Being in love with oneself automatically secures a di- literature IGertrude provide work, relief projects and: Lumber for In public nostrils.
City Hall, $3.80; Sanford Hall : County
vorce from the remainder of the world. Stein would be gently set up a new welfare board to And if It Isn't true-well
., handle federal funds for direct Co., Supplies for office $170; ,W. Bridges, ,$12.80; Wynk Boulware, yo
but firmly told to write the
I) relict., E. Thornton salary $70.00 and 4 'painting street signs, $2.20; J. r.I ought to be shot for repeating I It
simple prove of which.she is capable I Don't be' too "sot" In rellglous
Some folks long for the good old days when grafting was when she chooses. established .'system of old age arrests, $4.00 Melvin McKInney, Colley, re-building grass blade, your
.
.. ; but fared'to salary $3100 and 6 arrests $6,00,. JOcj; J. W, Andrews, Jr., repairingFord belief.If
forced pensions provide the
used in connection with Hervey Allen would be
only fruit
trees. ever to heaven yonibe
electorate : $37.00 W. W. Batsden, feeding and truck. $1.33; Quigley" Davis ;you get
; next
to re-write "Anthony Adverse"leaving money; ;year will
.
o. r vote on constitutional amendment caring for prisoner. $425; A L. supplies for airport, $11.01; plum surprised see a lot i
out fully half of the de
Alvares, salary $80.00, 6 arrests! Gassett Hardware Co. people who never saw the Inside o
,
There isn't much hope for the return 'of prosperity as scription. (At least. until such to authorize levy" of state taxes supplies
for'pensions. $6.00, board $13.00, $104.00; W, L. for airport $11.13; H. L. Brownlee, your church.-(Farm Life)
long as beggars seem pleased with dime hand-out. time as the six-hour working day ; _
r a ; .
becomes a reality.) Passed workmen's compensationact Wall, councilman, $4.00; P.. .M. Bond Trustee $2.00; J. F. Colley,
--0 Barefoot, L. Bond Trustee Carnations 'are the favotl
Marjorie Rawllngs, Krskine to'provlde l Insurance for laborIn councilman $4,000.; $2.00; R. J. Davis,
of Beasley councilman, $...00; W..HA Bond Trustee, $2.00. flower of King George of England
Lots Industrial
mouths are already watering Just thinking about Caldwell and others would be sent many lines.

;ttl those roasting ears that will be, on the market soon. to spend the remainder of their Gave taxing units with defaulted --

a u lives In the backwoods which they bonds a chance to go into court 0'
exaggerate, and hjkVtt' thf! tilllfw to HA_
; Times have changed. Old-timers who worked with corns Writers of blank verse would be termined- before:-being; ordered pay -to R 9t

'r:f on their hands now have sons with corn on their hips. made to eat It. make payment'allowed; them to .. 'fhe cslog t etiing

Books In which members of the make separate budgets and levies E
"r -0 younger generation call their pa- for operating \' The prize for the worst idea of the season goes to the rents Pater and Mater ,would be service. -

f. fellow who' wanted- an annual session of the legislature. thrown Into a den of ravenous ,Set up state planning,board as
.t
moths
0 official al'ency'to: plan.future de-,

;.h} Love thy neighbor-providing he takes all of your slams (in Authors French who and generously Latin phrases sprinkle just I velopment 6f Florida.
I Provided for
regulation and advertising -
?. and lends you the lawn mower any time you ask for it. for the effect would be subjectedto of citrus Industry
<
,,1.\ 0- the Chinese water torture. Saved fJ. W. Larramore con-

;ii'; If the government goes much farther into debt our de Death-of a Dog victed murder ?;" from, electric

'$scendants will have to hatch up a share-the-deficit plan. Strange' as It may seem the chair pardon'by passing board must law providingthat commute

o most pitiful news story of the death sentence to life term If Supreme 'h-1, $*r

,:Ji' One advantage' of an education is the privilege of call.. week were to us earthquake was not the victims thousandswho In decision.court,, deadlocks on appeal .: i ,lkpgd'tblF a ,, I/

r.. ing a man names in a language that he cannot understand. I the Far East, nor the hundreds of Holdover senators'nominated D.
',', itumen beings who died in' various
0 Stuart Gtllls of DeFunlak Springsas
.
'" I ways In ail parts of the world-but
'1.," When spring fever comes along we wish the fellow who far more touching than these was president of 1935. senate. rs

.).;,; is\ always trying. to get down to brass tacks would go sit on the death of a shepherd dog In
CITY TAX
SALE.POSTPONED
\ ,one. Tampa as related by a prosaic police -
officer In his dally report. His
-- .

:: If the meek ever did inherit the earth they would probably story."Patrolman was: Fewell and I were I COUNCIL SETS JULY 1

If: be bullied out of it by the first smooth talker who came cruising In the vicinity of Lake DEADLINE FOR -

\% 'along.I I I1' Ave. and Twenty-second St. about PAYMENTTime
7 A. M. today. Near the intersec-
'J!?, 0 for of taxes I
tion of these thoroughfares we observed payment city ( maUij.a7IJ
: Just because leaves will be extended until July 1. It
your young son finger prints on the a crowd gathered around &
} pest towels a large truck. Investigating we was decided at the Tuesday night ,
(;: you needn't think he'll grow up to be a great found a large German shepherddog meeting .pf _the, City Council ,but

;,,;'detective. this. is the last concession that will .
,toO' bleeding terribly and held In I Take It from u.-and the experience of car-owner
,.,... be made to here and
taxpayers
t 0J" the of
arms
a who
{ man said he found in the coat-to>coot heat' by inepecta
One writer thinks the was the owner of the truck. Thedol's property that ha$ not been redeemed "(;.3
.
perfect accident occurred '
recently .t. that time,will be includedon Faurot of the New+ York 'Prticar?Thl.

,{;r' in Chile'when a concert soprano fell from a hotel ,window and body badly legs were mangled broken Despite and the his delinquent list to. be published Goodyear IS a "WIz'-a!: world-beater! It's sW"1,11'

; hit a dentist. in August;' in, than we **
: fact the animal's front legs had even greater mileage public use

,p 0 I been jerked almost from his shoulder Members of the council are urging claimed. Piles of, evidence prove it! Say, don
I' he remained conscious but ,citizens to make every effortto think of tires. bet.you'hear all about
An buying
exchange remarks that who
i one makes cash off of made not the pay their tax. before the dead.line.
;,J swell ideas of his own and doesn't attain a swell head is cer "Seeing the'anfmal slightest was whimper.beyondall Tax payments 'this year this greatest Goodyear ever built-the anunoi

'j.t tainly a swell fellow aid ,we obtained permission have been "about the average," "G. All-Weather that costs,YOU no extra price.
\
from his master to Carl, Johns, city clerk said yester defect
'it 1_ 0 shoot him first Sure!Guaranteed against road hazards and
';'I t, day. '
taking care that our bullets would
'
J Emerson said that a man should be a guest in.hia own not endanger,the lives of others. ;' ,At the meeting this week the

,; ;home. Wonder;: if he meant that a husband doesn't have to "The dog's master was so unstrung council ordered the following bill.paid .

1'i, help his wife with the dishes? we and failed nervous to obtain over his the nami.episode R..Co, Buford" Fire.Chief, $4.00; EVIDENCE_ 'TIME PAYMENTS: ':;

r p-- But between sobs and while hold- 'Wilbur Crlffls, Fireman $2.00; ROLLS IN i ,,51C

';", If a person took time to read all the"inside dope" columns Ing the dead animal In his arms ho Calvin Johns Fireman>$2.00; Ju- yuan! EASILY IFF'.. Speedway Tire

from Washington he wouldn't have a chance'to read told us he tied the dog to his truck 'IOIEI! % MRS ,AINONSKIDfrequently : .I

"; any of the regular news from there. at his home last night this beinga Is hard to explain.. Perhaps the MAES J
nightly occurrence due to thieves ex
pity" cornea In wondering what waspa..lng'
I; o stealing gas in the vicinity of his through Jthe faithful ani- eded. i

You can tell just how much Talmadge's attacks are home lIe was late to work this mal's mind during\ those long minute iEI! GOODYEAR GOO D : ,y E 411'.
morning he said, and
4 worrying Roosevelt forgot the when It was literally being MARGIN ol
by observing how much I/ '
time the
Presi.
I fact his dog was securely tied to torn limb from,1'mb' behind that SAFETY,stope cars quicker,Inemergency. .
: ,dent is spending replying to his Georgia critic. the rear of the truck. Not until truck.: Did the dog think that his .

0 the bouts of bystanders stopped master had betrayed him that SUPER-TWIST" ,
.,,:\ Doctors' him did he remember his dog hat he was being deliberately done to 'HlEI! "
are experimenting with the use of music to decrease
been dragged for a distance of two death? Or did he. In his blind devotion PROTECTION '
M pain in the dentist's chair. It all depends on the kind and a halt miler" ; ,simply think "the kingcan LMslEvUsMtlRegister: Motor C o.c. .

\ 'of music they play whether'the pain will be ,decreased or Increased Why the death of,this brave dog: do no wrong" aDd uncomplaining ,
Ii.. should seem more poignant than to the end. die In the very .. 1411 .

even the death of: -a human being arms that had been his undoing. __d' STARKE FLORIDA




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