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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 21, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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>ORTICATION WHEN ALL CHARLEY FORGIVEN JOHNS I SCHOOL BOARD TAX ASSESSOR STATEMENT. ,tISSUES OF LIBRARY Green Captured V p*.


VISITS DEDICATION OB' INTEREST: TO

OTH. DISTRICT PUZZLES HOMEOWNERSTax PROJECT HEREAPPROVED Jacksonville

Charley E. Johns, who fought Assessor Nj D Wainwright In ?

hard in the 1935 Legislature yesterday Issued the following : ,

SUNDAY against the bill creating a Fifth OVER BUDGETNot statement of Interest to Bradford

} Congressional District and placing County homeowners: Notified ,

Bradford and Duval Counties in "By, an act passed by the re- Sheriff

the same group, demonstrated that Sure 'Whether To cent legislature requiring\ all lands Mrs. Young Is

\\ilig' Planes ExpectedHere he is willing to let bygones be bygones sold to the State for taxes subsequent -

For Air when be wished the new district Promise Raises Or to and Including the 1932 Appointed Said To Have Con-

well at the dedication held in Not assessment all homestead exemptions Librarian PERMIT BLANKSARE '

EventsUcE Orlando last week. on which there Is a state tax fessed Murder ;
sale certificate for those wlU HERE FOR RETAILERSMUST -.
Mr. Johns occupied a seat on the years
-NEW CLUB speaker's stand and when it came SIIOLTZ SAYS TO COUNT be carried on the 1935 tax booksas TWO WEEKS REQUIREDFOR BE FILED OF Girl :

IN NIGHT his time to make a abort talk hs ON $700 PER UNITThe "State ,Tax,Certificate Land" LISTING VOLUMES BY JULY 1 -

[SATURDAY Introduced to the crowd-"ai and not as homwtend exemptions WAS LONG HUNT
was dilemma of whether to budget A library project has been approved Application blanks to be used In
"Therefore it will be advloable.
Lai; plans for dedication of the "the man who led the fight against Bradford County schools for for Starke and :Mrs. H. H .obtaining state permit to engagIn -
for all who do ao"to'redeem
Llnal airport here Sunday the redistricting bill." The Bradford : can i has received the appoint the business of selling thina' Be Left
any
shape the coming year on the basis of the their homesteads, from such tax Young Will Probably
Into that
L whipped representative admitted : $9,200,000 fund promised to the ment as librarian It was announced at retail arrived!' here Monday and< %J
Eriay and O. C. Raster, 10- he had fought,,th. bill, but went' state If constitutionality 'of' the tales in ordar: that book they may homestead be this week at the local FERA may be obtained at the office of There For "Some
Burled on the tax; as
said that district.
.ucce. -
VERA administrator on to- wish the new chain store tax la upheld or t.o state office. : this newspaper, from the Bank of
and not
%ut fifty airplane were ex- ...__ that it had become a law. play safe and budget on the Deal tax certificate exemptions land/ as The library will be housed in theWoman' Starke or at the tax collector's of- Time"v v
the,field to take On his home Mr. Johns -
Stobeon way of the amount that was avallabl unable to redeemat Club, the members of flee.
"All who
hi the various air event. stopped at Ocala ,to call on Roy V. last, year, confronts the schoo this time will are have to have their which organization have been in- According to the new law the.e Lonnl Green, negro murderer #

Ltor A. B McMullen. state Ott member' of the State Road board here, Ar J. Grlffls, superb! exemptions adjusted and allowed strumental securing approval o' permits must be secured before of an eight-year-old; colored girl '

pMrtlaspector. will be her for Department.. Mr. ott"agaln pledged Undent said yesterday. If. and when they redeem their the project here. The salary of July 1 and those selling after the In an attempt to "get revenge" on ,
and other stat of- himself to work for a hard road hours will be gull her mother for marrying another
celebration Budgets must be prepared by;; homesteads from such tax sales." the librarian for thirty a date without a permit
LH have tentatively promised from Starke to the State Prison the county boards before July 1: --. week wUl be paid by the FERA ty of a misdemeanor. Each application man. Is held In a Jacksonville Jail

Represent. Farm if and when Fedcatfundeare and before then\ the problem mus but all additional expenditures will must be accompanied by "n after being tracked down by officers ;

|rtie totaling $100 are expectio at the disposal of the depart be solved of whether to raise teacher HINTS bo borne by the club application fee of fifty cent., there Wednesday afternoon "

| attract a large number of salaries approximately tei FERA Mrs. Young said yesterday thai Sheriff W, J, Epperson said yes ;'

Ifutiints" into the dead-stick per cent or to wait and see whether It would likely be two more weeks terday.
;and bomb dropping events I ment.HEAVY the money Is actually available Strongly before the library will\ be ready tc SECURITY ACTOf Sheriff Epperson has been In

nation flying by Army ant HAIL. and then immediately raise salaries ,' begin lending books as all volume communication with Jacksonville

planes and parachute jump- or offer teachers a bonus at mu t be properly catalogued before Roosevelt officers by telephone and although tJ

I will also be featured Sunday; the end of the year. ACTIVITY they can be taken from the no details of the chase or the arrest -

moon, The program will be Governor' Sholtz has notified, club building. were given It was stated that i

[ 1 o'clock In the afternoon. that he< iSL': Green confessed to having committed -
at smAit1.mA ounty; superintendents There will be approximately !;- IS PASSED
bI
ha parachute Jumping will reels they will be safe in budgetng ORDERS fjftlVEN( 'TO I 000 volumes on hand when the library the, murder here. ,

I Dusty) Bernard of New York on a basis of $700 for every STOP DIRECT I is ready,to open, it is said, ,Sheriff Epperson: has "no definite a
B will perform a delayed Jump) teaching unit. This Would make< RELIEF Mrs. Young has donated 777 books -' plans" as to what will Immediately a
.
of 3,000 feet. Ber- -- GOVERNMENT\ TO MATCH with the I)
n a height Bradford's budget total approximately --, from her private library and the _be done captured
d has made S34: jumps to date,, LARGEST FARMING SEC $47,000 whereas last year A hint ot. ew activity In the Woman's Club was already In possession .. STATE FUNDS IN negro but said he would

M of which are records. Hi < TION OF COUNTY It was 33000. Florida EttA came this week witha of about 200 volumes.All PENSIONING likely be held In Jacksonville for

i crashed thirteen planes foiion NOT HURT The amount promised by the request by the state administration persons who have good President,Roosevelt's- Social Security "some time" a

picture films. Jack- Governor .is more than the estl- ,for $3.000,000 of Federal 1 books are asked to give or lend Bill was well on the way tc The murder; one of the most

bees will! be'here from Lake- Starke, and 'the surrounding nate of school money by State funds If a portion of Florida's employable them to the new library In order becoming a law this week when brutal ever committed here, took fp

vile,, Lake City Palatka country for about a mile in each Superintendent W. S. Cawthon I relief clients is put to that It might as well as possible passed!' by the Senate after receivIng place on the night of June 3 when,

J, Gainesville and other points,, direction from town,, was visited who has advised school boards tc I Iplay work on a full time basis as ordered serve the needs of the reading public approval of the House of Representatives Greea called for' the girl on pretense .

I Register said. will be last Friday afternon by the moa safe and prepare then budgets 1 by Harry L. Hopkins, national of Bradford County. several weeks ago. of taking her' to her mother,
kturduy night a dance recent total of $8100.000 ,_ director : recently moved to Lulu gt
air- sever hall storm lit yearsOther on an estimated work progress The bill provide. pensions for th who \fcad
1 tn the newly'' completed attractive sections of the county re in state school money. Hopkins has Instructed the FlorIda SHRINE CHANTERS iged and financial aid for the [natead he Is alleged to have led ,

t club house. This hewn ported heavy rainfall, but the dam The difference between Caw- ERA to cease administering direct amo, destitute and unemployed.," her Into a pin thicket a short distance -

j is constructed of aging hall stones seem tq have hon's estimate and the J10.500.00C relief after June 30 and to STOP TRAFFIC The President has Indicated that : south of her and, apparent"ly
foe.jctng
i and has a large floor been confined 'to this ,immediate figure used by the legislature, be use Federal funds only for clients ie, will sign the measure prompt. using a pocket knife, slashed her ;
A temporary porch onJride vicinity and th4W principal farming aid, was occasioned by "conflict- who are qualified to work. This STERNBERO IN GROUP THAT throat almost In two and stabbed ;
of the club has been erect- damage. the constitutionality handful of MADE 'EMHALT y.As her fifteen or twenty times In the l
section escaped with no ng legal opinion on order will affect only a passed by both houses of
for Saturday nightCOUNCIL What crops thereWere In the of the chain store tax." clients In Bradford County it was Congress the bill Inaugurates aarreaching best; f

small area In which the hall feU Financing and taxation and education said at the local office, since all Shrlner chanters .from,the MO- system of, cooperation _TIle girl was _Kvallne ,Frazier,
of Pearl Fraaler, a colored -
were almost completely ruined committees in the legislature but a few direct reUeJtclients-were rocco Temple In Jacksonville of between the Federal ..overn- daughter' la ,

Sweet::.Torn :was''Cut' ''Into;shrede ,i In preparing the $10.500- removed from the, roU, several which N. Sternberg of Starke lea nent, the states, the employer and woman 'with whom Green time
lived for
and cantaloupes and watermelons 00 school fund bills, estimated weeks ago. member proceeded to tie up he employee toward the human said to have some '
,
'Talks OftiCING'TOWN were punctured with deep holes by" the occupational license and chain The State headquarter. is saidto traffic In Washington, D.. C one .;tout that Americans shall not She had recently moved to married Lulu anotherman leavingthe ,
and
the sharp flying hall stones. tore tax bill would raise $4,500- be buzzing with activity In preparation day last week according to newspapers Carve in a land of plenty.
Several instances of damages to 00 annually, with about $1,000. for Florida's participationin there. The nine wandering The government agrees to match girl with Green's father, near w '

automobile' tops were reported and 00 of It from the occupational President Roosevelt's $4,800000,000 ,- minstrels exercised their collective lollar for dollar with the amount sere t

traffic between Starke and Law- Icenses. Contest of the constitutionality work program authorized vocal chords on Pennsylvania Avenue the states pay up to $15 a month. Green was only, a short Pria-time rego

tey was at a standstill during the( of the gross receipts by Congress with the hope of and at one place were forcedto It proposes first to deal with released from the served Stat four' a
where h* a
Farm
height of the storm. tax, which was levied on a graduated eliminating unemployment among render three encores imergency cases-the man or woman on e}
: lalachiia
OMISES ONE-FOURTH' The streets of Starke were Uttered scale appeared certain as 3,500.000 heads of families in the Mr. Sternberg states that he who has reached the age of year term for shooting a man -

OF EXPENSE, OP with leaves and broken tree chain store operators held conferences .United States and his fellow chanters entertained ilxty-flve, penniless, homeless and \ County..-
stones!' were court procedure order to atop furnishing direct -
PROJECT'Us branches 'and hall to plan The the Inmates at the Masonic Uont

piled high In deep banks along the gainst its provisions relief has been Interpreted a* home for crippled children 'a'' Beginning In 1937 most err GOOD FEATURESAT

owners 'were assured curbing. Several tree! were up- Other major state school sources meaning that the relief agency's Greenville, S. C. This stop was iloyes In 'the United States, not RITZMAE Y'

ay night that the city would rooted north of town by the,wind provided by the legislature were medical program, In which sick made on their way home from the exempt, will pay a Federal tax cone

t one-fourth of the expense of that accompanied the ball, 4.500,000: from automobile II- clients are provided with medical convention In Washington. per cent of their wages up 1 to WEST'S LATESTIS v

g the city against'cattle pro- +rHIJACKER- macs $500,000 from the one mill attention and drugs, -will cease after $3,000' per year which will be In- HIGH SPOT

f the county would provide PUT tate tax and Interest on Invested June 30., Archaeologists in Germany have creased one-half ,per cent each OF WEEK'
fourth of the necessary fundsthe and approximately -'- It reaches a maxImum -
school; funds, uncovered a knife with a foldingblade three year. until
BOND hibernate
stockmen would raise,the UNDER 1.500,000 from the state's general Female polar be\rs: estimated to'be at least ten payment of three per cent I I In "Star of Midnight. a new film
-lining fifty per cent by, subt sources were but the males Venture out for food been compared favorably' '
has
HEARING I reasury. Minor centuries old., 1948 and thereafter. that
'
PRELIMINARY
ptlona. LAST counted upon for about $500,000. throughout the winter e A similar tax will be placed 011 with "The Thin Man", smash hit aI

t number of cattle owners aped HELD HERE the employer of last summer comes to the Rita

before the Council andy FRIDAY INTERVIEWS,DOCTOR ,TOWNSENDAND When the worker reaches the Theatre Sunday for a two-day run.

t B.:: Johns acting a* spoke. Bunt Bufkln held In connection RUSSELL KAY DOCTRINES age of sixty-five and has paid tax In It are co-starred Ginger Rogers

urged that the city be fenced with a hijacking case near Law IS ALMOST PERSUADED 1.HIS: e. on total wages of $2,000 or and William Powell-the first

Mve the two-fold purpose otecting several months ago, was released more earned after 1936 he Is eligIble time that these popular players .

: city property. fron tey when $1,000 bond was posted KAY) glasses accentuate rather thai think I'd take a little time out to retire and receive a monthly!; have appeared In a film together 1'
elating stock and to save stock preliminary hearing (By RUSSELL diminish the sincere purposeful ex and learn all I could about Dr F. Next Tuesday Cash Night, and e
a
the of their following (Florida News Service) E. Townsend, and about the Town will find "The Good ,
expense having. here, last Friday. He will appeal June 20- presslon of his eyes. He wears oi tension.DELIBERATES Wednesday ,
Ue) Impounded. CLEARWATER send Plan and I'd definitely makeup < This)
local
Grand Jury at the mUd Charlie Chaplin moustache but It Fairy" on the screen.
Is before the FNS) Dr. F. E. Townsend, mind how I stood on It and h,
planned to have an FERA of Circuit Court. ( doesn't detract from his dignity my film stars Margaret Sullavan, one
i't made of the fencing..thui"ting spring term al under bond peel. mannered California physician exponent. .- His face 1st narrow chin firm bu know exactly WHY I stood then I 24 HOURS of the newer star who has been )
Bufkin is the aged ai I '
the cost of Isfcor. The similar .charges it .of pensions foe ball h* can mould those features Into i before I ever stuck my neck out on I hailed a* one of the leading acre...

t expense will be theIn- tog trial on and in GeorgiaBufkln -. I a way Out of the depression American smile that is infectious. and hii a stump where any of Townsend'ifollowers OVER FATE OF CONVICTS e* In the film today. '''She Is sup-
lion ;Jacksonville gotten Into more could get at me. OP" MURDERING and
of cattl..ppa'where identified several probablY> handshake' warm. ACCUSED ported by Herbert Marshall 4
J litter the city.: It was said :i ,was truck driver as th I hearts and at the same tim other When you have met the man It If you have the opinion that the FELLOW PRISONER Frank Morgan.
weeks) ago by a hair any mild
thap clear eyed
iotas was asked to write the I man who held up a;Smith RIchardson :more American la not hard understand. how h< disciples of this all After more than twenty-foui High spot of the week will be
doctor are
California
Red Department to deternv north living man. such a tremendous Influence mannered of Mae West's new
truck Just become the showing
) has
&: Conroy four most talked In the hours of deliberation a UnIon fl
the i He is one of the old timer. with one leg '*
approximate cost of the with affairs. He i. which
national To Town, play
of. Law tey and made away of men In 'America today. Franklin I in who Is sincere In grave and messed up with white County jury was still out Thursday film, f'Goln' and Friday. }
load of liquor. Charl ;4 super-salesman at 3 o'clock determning here next'Thursday
It a $2,300 Roosevelt Father ate just kidding afternoon
WRI whiskers,
D. you
roughly estimated that! and the belief that be ha something of Jones and Mae goes modern In this but loses
the fate Jimmy "
Long
plenty
Huey there were
Senator While
lIclllg. without the ,, Cougblin. had business yourself. : wisecracking abil ,'
any her
gaps of
to.sell. ,If.you've at the nothing
i cost around $1,000. PosU Razing ,Begins .. Dr. if. E.,i.TownBenVP'are names ',know'' that',. of old folks in the crowd of over Chester White, convicts In this film.she undergoes i
:
experience-you Raiford '' on ity.
ant Farm at ,
be obtained '" '' week on rating hat have made are making beat and three thousand that overflowed the State Prison a '
without expense;, Nork' began this hard combinations Wil the eventful transition from
make front pagenews a doctor' address trial for the staying of Omar
to to hear the
cattlemen auditorium St
to will continue however
said the portion of an addition dynamite It I I'm telling you now that number another prisoner, In his cell bronco busting cowgirl to the
,
ton
i the county court house her that and there's may feel personally about bli"plan" there were a greater iweetheart of society 'In' Southliampton -
you almost ago.
TPastor are Just at year
recent them. snidon't of younger people-who '
In advice
Returned been constructed to take my]. week Jones .
had pre During the trial this .
the opportunity I enthusiastic for the plan.
being spade So when man. of variety In this) t
TIlt are the There's plenty
Efforts discount
Rev. B months. interview testified that they kill-
M. of political and White
Montgomery,, seated Itself to personally : editors I ve listened to a lot
providing lot of other that she'll try
project and to prove
of obtain an FERA Along with a resisted their film ;
the Methodist Church to of these men I dldn'l and vote-getting talks id Wilson when h*
for second story to the structure one I and columnists I've done my' speeches and anything once, for a climax Mae
watch
for a of of
him a
rob
the past and half thousands that Mr. Town- attempt to
year a back While and rm telling you
DocTownsend' of
to re- about, "Old rendition
hang with a
M
be necessay
will of kidding his operatic
and It bare hidden fat goes
returned had
to the church here to Clearwater the send' little sermon will drive pea torn money h*
folks Journeyed but now" I know thai the aria. MMy: Heart at Thy Sweet
aIOtber foundations.New to bold ths ;
year following the lay the to learn more about the world ple to the ballot box like Billy sell. They were going Dell-
day and
other In the
q Annual Conference held ta Plan I went there ,to all the wise-cracks Sunday's used to drag 'em down watch,ffor: ransom" thy..ald. Voice, from "Samson
Townsend off.. Call '''
,wm't laugh that guy, twice been tried I Jab,
,1Ir. Montgomery wa ac- Townsend) I saw-dust trail. Following his Wlltet'wbo ha*
Director earn more about like but If you the i .
ed home Monday by Mrs the Plan but I didn't know blue "crasy" If you '' mat talk I milled around among the For murder In Alachua County
and thlTL:children ,Miss: Gertrude Haring, of know .and I've found that the ask me I don't think IX ever crowd to get the'resclfon of oW met with 'acquittal- and once ,Famous Pecans
I
the man. '
In Bu.hnell" v1 ting bee Gainesville arrived bar this week i. usually lot more Important a man I consider aer.h* this,conn-. and young and they were all sold. wlUr1 conviction,"" and)Hwlting. life Stark broke into Rlpley' "Be.. j
,]( social servICe departmeat man Minions of people understandall Is supposed l to have done last Saturday -
.. Lfi** HoUW y- to head the than the plan.Figuratively Townsend and A lot of them didn't entente, llev It Or Not" cartoon
.... of; the. local I FERA.' ShesucceedsMr i speaking a lot of try believe la Dr. they knew about the "plan"but he actual killing while Jones was with a sketch of pecan trip.
'New France ,Ward of' are sold on his old age revolving and outside the cell near by. Powell at hU
Theatre Seats contend that Dr. Townsend backingIt they liked the Doctor they I landing Jew grown by L. C. i
1fOfkllll'n Palatka. :Mis Una Pearl Hub- people is "an wet" but I can make pension plan and they are and faith liked his speech and while maybe Wilson the man who was killed torn* Just east of town. The.
r
y and were bu.y here Wed- bard of BrooksvUle, was also recently I statement literally and what's with a determination- ,- $200 a month for everybody didn't vas serving a life term on a murex Irawlpg showed the three nuts f,

eats Thursday Installing added to the workers In this 1 that It. for when 1was that Is amazing. \ In exactly make sense, it certainly conviction in Putnam County perfectly formed but all Joined to
I can prove written
Ita and making a. sharper 1 department.Revival. I .more Introduced to him he had Just This article is not to the wasn't any nuttier than a lot of hi .1920.Astronomers. ,ether. .
the .
.
floor of Riuwouw of or in opposition I .
the .
I I where be'dbeen support advocated and -------+ -- .
t Golf being
tie the other things
era It was' I tepped out of Plan but.rather to give In
-
expected i e Townsend off have difficulty
was
he could
Continue swim. and If Mr. Brodie jump Births
enjoying unbiased a picture
Cork '
and u the
be completed you as clear why alculatlng movement of '
,- fire show last at China plenty wet. the man behind .that plan Brooklyn BrldS.-well. Mr. and Mr., Alfred Lowe.
night, i revival meeting an easy, of noon, because: It Is so near.
Is tooT
The for he n't they
will continue all U lweek. J liked him based on the'Impression gained COUld.-I' Stark, girl, June 16.Mr. (
County Court I. 3rov Church Sunday there will be pleasant man to meet-mild,He quiet is In a personal Interview.If Questioned Townsend as to political Florida pays) $40 monthly to and Mrs Fraser: Shaw, Iy
On
but dynamic. or, a of the 14. ,
June
the ,unassuming congressman wid- State Farm boy
Co.antJ in a their
veterans) or
o'clock I were tonfederat ,
IUd&e's will be preaching at 11 feet rd say, very Doctor ate "W are going to puts
court about six Edward Prevail
aft.rnoon.1 tall and faced the proposition who have lived in the stat },Irh and Mrs ,.
senator
lent the and tws
and also ta .*8 year's.erect In Washington ,,
Tuesday. Judge E. iCI morning the I well preserved for ,his my title to a s st.In new congress Itarke, boy, June 10.
served on of defending five
lald yesterday, The Dinner will be beingConducted of posture his hair Is graynot at the next election: I (Continued On Page Eight). years..
Ia IICht meeting arc horn-rimmed Concre-
The
wits reckless drtv. rrounds.' WUk white, a pair of ,
cases W.
C.
by the Rev.
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LAWTEYO. HIGHLANDy BROOlr BOATDItAlN PINE LEVELMrs. I River Refrigeration Terminal has B

l-1 Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls. Correspondent II. M. McRae Correspondent ,handled 22 ,OOO boxes of fruit since r
C..r..po..t'I M.! E. Crews, CorrespondentHenry '
J. ..1111. ftllra Vera Oalney,
....,.:..- I it began operation late in November. '
'I Delinquent Taxes B.: Hudson Brooker. Starke Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Galney and Mr. and M-r.-L.: : Connor and .

.' Lawtey property owners are re Friends of Henry B. Hudson will The Broker baseball team mo children of Lake City were visiting little son, Glenn, of the Rising +
minded that to obtain reduction in regret to learn of his death which tored to Starke Thursday to playa relatives In this section Saturday section were dinner guests of Mr. California annually reaps a harvest 11l;It a ''iIF

'I their City Taxes that same must occurred Saturday night June 13,. hard fought game of baseball and Sunday. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday. of around 60,000,000 pounds offish I yy '
I be paid before July 1. since after In a JacksonvUle hospital where against the Starke team., At the Mrs Robert Jones was visiting Clarence K. Andrea of Panama from the Pacific Ocean.
::1 tilat*date all City Taxes will be he had been a patient for six close of the game Broker was vic her sisters Mw Arnold Grlffls,, City Miss Grace Andreu of

delinquent. weeks. Mr. Hudson Is survived by torious by a score of 8-2. Sunday. Starke and Owen McRae, left last By the NOTICE power. Of vented ELECTION In them! .the
one daughter Mrs. Percival Say- Mrs. L. L. Conner of Vanderbilt Wednesday for a.. brief visit with Board of Publlo Instruction of Bradford

Cunning Center ward of Boston, Maaa,, two sons, Mlranopy Vs. Brooker attended church at China Grove friends and relatives In Bradford I election County to be Florida held on hereby July call S, lUll an,, i
Mrs. M. B. Flummer In charge William Hudson of Moultrle Ga.,, The Mlcanopy baseball team last Thursday night. R. I. On their way they will visit at the City Hall In Lawtey orJd:1

of the Lawtey Canning Center reports and Clarence Hudson! of Jacksonville came to Brooker Sunday afternoonto I Mrs. Dan Boree and children of New York. !'Bradford Hpuclal Tax County School for District,the purpose of/ THE SEMINO]
n that the renter: here Is cunning and six grandchildren. The play ball agalost: the Brooker Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and electing three trustee and tlxlne; :
't large quantities dally and body was brought to Long Branch team. Both teams played a hard Leaton Morgan of Starke were visiting daughter, Helen and Miss Bessie the mtllage for, the ensuing two JACKSONVILLE, FLORn

parties desiring to use the equipment Cemetery where friends and relatives game at the close of which Brooker China Grove church last Woodle and brothers, Luther and y.ar.For the purpose of holding said CIIAS. P. GRLX ER, ManiA
f should make their arrangements gathered to pay tribute to was victorious by a score of ,- I Monday night Albert all of Gum Branch spent election the following are appolntndan ,, '
; In advance so that sam the passing of a loved one. Services 1. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maples of Lake a social hour at the home of Mr. Harley managers J. T.: R Reddish A' Orlffl and, Jama A. H human, home-like Instil,,
can be properly cared for were held at the Church at City were visiting friends in this and Mrs. H. M. McRae'a Thurs- Roster' Clerk. where you will find your\

Long Branch by Rev. James L; There will be a cemetery work- section Sunday. day night with music and songs. I I W. C. Manning- A.Cnairman J. Orltfln, Secy. dividual comfort and. M.tertalnntent .

4 To Entertain Strickland Sunday afternoon at I Ing at Deadan Cemetery Thurs The Rev. C. W.Wilkes was visit- Fran$ Fountain of Ocala and <-7r8t-T-B. of a matter
y,!;, Lawtey Lodge of Free and Accepted three-thirty o'clock. Interment day, June 21. Everybody that willIs ing at the homes of JMr. and Mrs Luclan Rushing of -NOTICH OK Pl'BLICATIOV great ance.Import.
:
:' Masons will be host to the was in the family lot. asked to come and bring. tools to Lee Geiger and Mr. and Mrs. Arch spent Saturday night GalneSVllle'j .IT APPEARING from the affidavit
Lodges comprising the Tenth Mal work with. Prevatt Sunday.. Fountain. filed In thin court wherein Ruby A ,steel fireproof building lar

;;>!" ionic District at a meeting to beheld \ F. M. Crews and A. 'A. Crews Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney A large' crowd attended prayerservices 'with Elder Gus and Mrs. W., :E. Hall ,of Lew Kftlnnt In ha Adolph lied Lewis cult. ,. that for the divorce re*. :In the"heart of the city'
July 29, 1935. were visitors to Starke and son, Everette, spent last weekend at the home of Mr and Mence or place of bualnens of the
dinner
'I Cove Springs were 1.I unknown.Thnt '
Lewis
Green. aid Adolph Every Room'
with
I satur-j with friends and relatives In Mrs. R. L. Lee last Thursday and heardof ; Comb
l day.H. of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- affiant has not Keen or
guests Tub and Shower
Bath
,'f Personal C. Wimberly left Bushnell. there will be prayer service at the i him for over Eight year.; Radio!
t Mrs. James T. Moore and son, Gainesville to enter the Universityfor and next Rae Sunday. That there II no perion In the State trio Ceiling Fan Slat Door
; Mr. Mrs. L. W. Sowells of home of Mrs. Myrtle Priest I of Florida known to affiant service Summer Ventilation,
Plant City, are visiting term. Miss McRae was a din- Comfor
of the summer Audrey
:;y George, here afternoon. whom would
S ; Mlcanopy spent Sunday as Thursday of a subpoena upon Beds with Mattresses
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. M Wimberly I of Miss Edna Lewis in Lewis, defendant of 1
xt, her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. guest: of her mother, Mrs Sally The revival meeting is continuing :ner guest bind the said Bald mlt Adolph Spring Construction and InJIv
< this week. and Miss Freddy Wimberly'' of Mott. at China Grove Church and i the Rising section Sunday., IT In 18 THEREFORE: ORDERED, Reading Lamps
{[lY'Brown.. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jones left Starke spent Sunday here with I there will be an all day meeting I We are sorry to report the illness That the said Adolph Lewie, do appear
; Wednesday for San Francisco, relatives.Mr. EVERGREEN next Sunday and dinner at the of Mrs.. Chester Register and cause to now the on bill file of complaint In thin court.In eald In RATES
relatives: and Mrs. D. C. Reid and church.' The Bradford County wish her a speedy recovery. Htarke.. Bradford county Florida on 78 Rooms with Private Bal
Reid of Maxvllle Nr. T. A. Holer Correspondent or before the First day of July A. $2.00
,'OJ' during the summer. Master Mack Singing Convention Is to be with! Miss Mildred Brown of Samp D. 1916. elne the allegation of said -Single
Mrs-r.-D.: :
L. H. Hill Jr.. a student of the were visitors here Saturday. Mr. and Peele spent us. Everybody is invited to come son City and Miss Bessie Varnes bill will be taken an contained 80 Rooms with PrltateBtl
( Mrs. Ruby Gay and Mrs. Percy Sunday with B. E. Rosier. against you.H1 S2.3O SlnKle
Is filled basket.
spending of
and well
University of Georgia bring a of Starke were dinner guests IS FURTHER ORDERED: that
oil:tt' his vacation at his home here. Lee of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mr. and Jaffa. Paul Glovers and ,Miss Etta Fay Dyal Sunday. thin notice be published once a week 40 Rooms with Prhate Bal
; W. Roberts and I Ruth Marr here Thursday. Miss Pauline Rosier were visitorsto RISING for four consecutive week, five )1.- $3.00-Single/
;( Mr. and Mrs. O. Miss Verna Phillips of New Riv- Bradford County TeleKiwph ?
HUB' In the
,r R- family are spending two weeks at Mrs. M. Todd Misses Gussle and Starke Thursday. Miss Edna Lewis Correspondent part of last week with 'a newspaper published; In :24 Rom with Prl\Hl Ba l
err spent
Klngsley Samantha Todd and Wilson Cope Opal and Rodger Peele spent ttrndford county Florida. $8.50-Single/
at
the Wooten cottage of Gainesville were guests of Mrs Sunday with Louise and Clarice Mr. and Mr---: : L. Lewis and Misses Eula ,Mae and ,Etta Fay I WITNESS r.a a* cleric and 10 Sample' Rooms with FrUti
f
Lake. the seal of t court, this the 27
J. A. M. Lewis and Bill' Harrell I W. J. Hardee Thursday. Rosier children and Mrs. 'E. J. Lewis Dyal. day of May A. n 1835A Bath __.-._...- $-1.00-81
,rI visitors to Miami :, Mrs. M. C. Carter and children Mr. and Mrs Bryant Reddingand spent Thursday with Mrs. Elam! J THOMAS,
were business Court, SLIGHT INCKEVSRDOUBLE
Circuit FO
,,4f: I to Jacksonville Fri of the State Farm 'Gllsson of take Geneva. Cleric ,
visitors daughter, ,
,\1f' Tuesday and Wednesday, I were Densmore and Mr, and Mrs. Comer Bradford county. Florida; OCCfP.tNeyIIRECTORS
Friends of Mrs. W. H. Biggs day.Mr. were visiting his mother, Mrs. H.F. Elder C. A. Crosby and family Edwards and Donald McKee of I-81-6l-e-96
"h; will regret to learn of her serious and Mrs. Nelson Green and Redding, Sunday.: and :Mrs. Evelyn Crosby were vIsIting Starke were dinner' guests of Mr.
,l'I'' illness at her home here. children; and Mrs. H C Wlmber Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children Elder and Mrs. J. E. Newton and Mrs. Walter Underhill Sunday.
; visited relatives here Sunday. her mother, Mrs. J. of Lake Geneva Thursday and
Miss Cullda Marie .Thede who ly were visiting Bobble and Betty Oliver of Jacksonville
, Miss Oleeta Green and Miss Ethel I S. Rosier Saturday night. Friday. >
recently underwent a tonsil operation are spending a few days FUNERAL 1 C
. ir atC Green of Starke spent several Charles Howe and Dalton Blackburn Mr. and Mrs.' Russell Carter of I--
Is reported to be Improving here with their uncle and aunt
for Us to Rend
i. ,. Year Experience Ma ces It Possible
( clays last week the guest of Miss of Lawtey spout the weekend Hellbronn Springs were visiting ,
\+ her homer here. Mr.. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. SEKMl'EB
cI COURTEOUS
"was business Patty Wlmbeily.Mra. here with Mr. Jack Howe. relatives here Sunday, PROMPT an
a
hl' F. R. Carradlne H. H. Lewis attended the revival MODERA1DeWITT I: PRICES
Tuesday. J. W. Grlffls. Miss Beth Miss Etna Connor of Gum
"kp: visitor Mr. and to Jacksonville Mrs. J. B. Pye and Wlmberly and Carson M. Grlffls There are four National Forests Branch spent Sunday with 'Miss meetings .at Anthony last week. C. JOllSTARKE.]ES COMPANY

i\'ii"'F children who are spending the were visitors to. Jacksonville Tues. In Florida. The largest Is Apa- Veralee" Lewis. Remember services at Corinth [FLORIDA

E, ,summer at their cottage at Kings- Jay. lachlcola. Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk, of Chufch this week-end.

' '"-1 0', ley Lake were visiting Mr. and Some Girls Are That 1SURt \jHt
!L ,Mrs. A. M. Blanchards here Sunday THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR \1 1I

.1,, .. ,--._- .
) \ A large party attended preaching .

{' services at Mission Hall In PROPOSED It 'THAT RI(1NT? CONGReKfULATlONBlOLO el1RTCR dE; --WE OUCHTA \ MTTWA. \

' Starke Tuesday evening. TO HER IMST NlBHT. r- TIMER CON4RAt11A710tty 31t SS (t ZINC I'M r\BUE T' )
Mlaa Mlldred'Phlllipa of Miami, AND SHE ACCMTCO
wnAY.rER4 o'
'QiRL A'OOORE SNYI8 suPPORT oTN
Satur-
here
}, was visiting relatives
, L. AINYr WT BME'S
'< day and Sunday &
i' s MAPPYI''
.
and Method -
I g The Lawtey Baptist J.r
. dial Sunday Schools held a Union "8H! TtllMki \..II

..: Sunday School picnic at Strick- f r,, ,
.
land landing at Klngaley Lako c- //II,
J Thursday to which a large party 1 e

attended. .r r'r' Tea / / :. I'' j'I
S. Strickland of KIngsley
\4 A. lwlra
''h: Lake was'a: business visitor. here .e l I

:r Tuesday. I ,
.'1"' .w.--
:, GUM
: BRANCH 'i
' 'I
s Miss KlUabeth Harnnge Cor. W.y'I r

I' .
M4i" The Rev. J., Johns of Graham

,\l'' spent the week-end with Mr. J. S. t 1

' e, Sapp.

.,r.::' Mr. and Mrs, P. D. Reddish and
'fin; Misses Ella Mae and Hazel Sapp

$:: and Mr. Eldon Sapp were 'at St. -. Srt'c-+

.'.., Augustine Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tr N. Norman and 1 '1-, .

iffi daughter Helen were visiting Mr. *THE MAIN TIlING ON MAIN STREET"., : F v'L': i F a1)1
*;! and Mrs.- H. M. McRae Thursday ,> -, ._!1 4 .

night. ... .
sj7 Mrs J. S. Norman and daughter iJuH'y 'Buzz ELL/-CANTS IS J/ \? ; C6T VA MK
Mrs. Gladys Carter and Mrs. INTELLIGENT, 1 : OUTTA TWffLIOM'
Leamon Norman of Woodlawnwere MAW fI rta.cr!pJ NN'T '1I+GY r- ; BiG 0 MOUTH*

visiting Mr. and. Mrs., J. S, LEADING I P' Sapp Thursday night. a1.YJ
N ALt RMK MSHT n M CBCUiCIRCUS
+r We are sorry to hear of Mrs. J. MA631

E. Anderson having a serious operation PARADE a JOMN VOLT- [LtCTGICCIAN

at Houston Texas, but are "f 14l! MORNINd UlCW QUAUN-FAIR Pt&cS-t>eTS EAT OUQ LOW P6KX5 VaL flMOCk>i3U
+ glad to know she is improving, ,
p
fi' Mrs Anderson Is remembered here J

as Miss Gladys Keene. i eEQYdrGIA9
MM. R. Conner was the guest CH MME Say MORNING / '
i < Y BKJOQClrb
WMCM
,of Mr, and Mrs.' J. S. Sapp Satur- MRADC.HABCKO rrnii E7 r11

xI', day. DOMH rVW' / '/ w e J /
We are glad to know that little ftlUbkT.: I

&: ,Billle Haraage Is recovering after ITUMA OLORUu* /'
rr a brief Illness. A COUXKU.\ WSCHO.C
.
ij1 ;
jjji Mr. Harvey Edwards of'SouthFlorida JUDGING noMfCGNtaAMtrl

1M ,: is spending *., few day '* MOUtD.OUR.OIUKM .> ''

,with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j its, frAtearlrm
'''IL I* Edwards. ""'" .. '
1n Mrs. W. R. Kersey is spendingthis KV0MU MKK& a.

week with her,daughter Mr. \.: .. :
__ ... M ,
H.. Keene. t
Mrs. Irvin Norman and Miss -

,Bertie Norman were visiting Mrs.

;s'vt'' H. Keene Sunday afternoon. DOROTHY DARNIT By .Charles 'McMcmus ]

', Blood flows through the bones _u uu.o e .I
,of very young children almost as OH V/KU.-SOME OA.VlTu' S THIS MTV STOCK UP WAITER tRkMEMSER

v';j" freely as it does through the veins, ., HIT T IM WMJ_ STRttT AND I FOUR POINTS: : AND' DECLARING!> onsZ45J kJ M ,
TdE9aoT
I'LU uvr RIQHT- rmTEi.uY A" DtVIOtND-f 1 tirnNT
A ; Gasoline sold In Florida In. 1934 TnAt
totaled 233712.183 gallons. In 1 THE WORLD- } MONEY

4y' 1933 the total was 20 ,919,932 gal T" "it DuYI
Ions. a i
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acids. Get buchu leaves Juslper ro

oil etc., In little green tablets called 0 a, GM .': r
Buketa. Works on the bladder' rr ee
-
w similar to castor oil on the bowels. r 1 .' .
Bladder Irritation can cause disturbed -

sleep, frequent desire, scanty r. "db
flow burning or backache., In -T'

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JANE 21. 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJEGKAFM. STAURE. FLlittlDA PAGE TIIKRB ,

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"In three months' time there has meal in the barrel, flour In the tub, geological and climatic changes to The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the '
been a drop of 2,000.000 pints a money in the purse. credit In the such an extent that the ralnfrog

The month In the use of milk in' the country, contentment in the houso, would become extract: and peninsular '

city." he added clothes on the back,.and vigor In Florida turned Into a desert O BETTER BUSINESS FIRMS i

letter Box) "This magazine baa always refused the body." Both classes of propaganda are

whiskey advertisements" Dr. H. A. Kelly, Johns Hopkins far-fetched, not to absurd
say ; listed this
writes the editor of the Efficiency University a noted scientist says: neither The Telegraph has investigated all. the Business Firms on
would muster
Starke. Fla., Magazine of London. "There are "There is not a single disease that good advertisement pass for the state.as a] page and has placed its "OK" on each as being: one of the leaders in its re-

June 17. 1935. enough drunken fools in the Brit alcohol wlU cure. Since It will The idea of a ship canal across spective line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to

, ish Isles,without trying to make cure no disease, it is not a medi- the state was conceived at the our readers-they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke
[ EdItor: a conecot more. In these hard days we need cine and has no place In medical vessefe then too will place
of
tnlS era sailing and when thestee.mers people.) Try them go in'and visit with them- you your
t present facts couc"n,2Tot all the brains we have; and there practice. We have no place in the were ofuthe slow and K "OK" beside the name of each one. Write-ups covering: these various institutions '' '
togethergood are not ten men in Britain so body for alcohol, be It wine, beeror '
liquor rickety alde-wheeltype, when the staff will
member of the Telegraph appear
and prepared by a ,
clever that
the from the wised they can afford to ad. booze. It only befuddles the Florida straits was uncharted, no
advice: die their brains with whiskey." brain and makes the heart and I;storm warnings no radio and few on this page each week. Read these stories and learn about your own,

all times Los Angeles The second Wine and Liquor lungs overwork to get rid of It." light houses. These drawbacks I Starke business people.,
parrish -
Gera(; < voices the warning Convention at Chicago in March Very truly.Publicity exist no more and ships would ,''J'''
tII omcer In fluid milk con- gave this advice: "Teach American Ch'm. W. C. T. U. ; probably rather> go around than I NEW LUMBER COMPANY I. PAINTING AND WIRING ,; J:

decrease public health. women to drink. Invite and wel- Sources: The National Voice, I waste time In a narrow and crooked PLEASED WITH BUSINESS ARE IMPORTANT JOBS } ,

UOII tbreatens come them to your bars and tap. May 16 and May 30, 1935.Starke. I canal; the more so because Mr. O. H. Bennett or the Ben- Economic Highlights No 'new home Is complete unless ',t I ,

rooms." -- 4 .- :many would have, to call at Ha nett Lumber Company Is please It In finished off with a good I'
I
Review
In Maasassachusetta a r r e eta Fia. vana. And sailing vessels could with the business his firm has done (Industrial News ) paint Job and Is properly wirel

Jumped from 63.521 In dry 1932 to June 13, 1935. not use the canalat all, as they since Its opening here a few short for electricity.
84.287 In wet 1934. Editor Telegraph, could not afford to Not only does paint help the l
pay towagecharges. months ago. .l.l>p...1.... That Aff.etan r l.....
Dr. Ludd Spivey said in his recent Dear Sir: Several canal surveys There has been an Increase It ,-..11.. IIIvI4.rd Chrrkii and Ian looks of a home 100 per cent, but
The Canal Mr. ln.- Is also In the long run
HIIU of It
U address to the students of have been made, but .the govern rr a saving
construction In all lines In Starke tlo..' mail .no.t'.1 ....,...
Southern College: "A rattlesnakeIs For those who do not care ment engineers have always pro- since the beginning of the year, a..r..... Prn-M L..a w........ for it protects the lumber from
a rattlesnake whether a ship! canal across the rotting. The town would have a '
Your car maybe even with a pink nounced such a project not,worthits and those who are building or are -
recovered- ribbon tied to its tall. A saloon state be constructed or not. It la coat and upkeep. contemplating building have always A survey of the business maga- much better appearance If each t''

Damaged.Fire is a saloon no matter what other amusing to read the propaganda The first portion of the canal found Mr; Bennett anxious to tines shows that Industry displaying house were painted'every time It ,

Ow and Theft Ins name is given to it." manufactured by parties who, for would-at least so the Jacksonville accomodate them and furnish them : much more Initiative thai begins to look the least bit dingy.

lt' surance' pays Plato wrote long before hard liquor selfish reasons, favor the projector interests have It-be the St. with a fine quality of lumber at'' It was a year two years or three The people of this community, have
otherwise. found that Calvin Johns does ex-
The former
for the repairsIAROLD was distilled: "Intelligent assert Johns river as far as to the mouthof reasonable prices years ago. There are exception
people, possessed of a proper cus- that such a canal Is of "vital Im- the Ocklawaba, or thereabouts, The, Bennett Lumber to the rule, of course, princIpally; cellent Interior and exterior paint
tom, abstain from wine." portance" to the state, the countryand and the businessmen of the metropolis Company consisting,; of businesses which are work. Get his bid on your next y
Is located In the old L. M. Gray ,
Benjamin Franklin the whole world. This because attack. But Job.
wrote of
: "Tem- for the In fur legislative
are naturally Pro-I building just south of the Seaboard .I, Simmons and
C.WALL perance puts wood' on the fire, It would obviate the necessity ject. Then 'there are the station here. The next time even these feel that there Is a good L. plumbing ,
SSwMiuMttivJWK/r.* of going around the southern speculators and expectant "devel- chance that matters will!! work out* electrical contractor, Is equippedto
you are in the market for give work and
extremity of Florida, with Its hur- ," who would subdivisions IUmber'j' well In the long run. Here are expert
lay out
7 .HI ft" IT. mK.FU ricanes, reefs and the Gulf stream opers give Mr. Bennett a trial. some business briefs' of Interest: service to homeowners who quick
lU 'i..lRIA (which according to them, must having Spanish names be glad to supply your !!, any thing In his line. 1
I along the route,*'and sell lots to I RAILROADS: All over the<
In 8 dayaCOLDS run both ), and furthermore 1
666 ways suckers at a hundred ,dollars a country lines .Instigating1 drive!
( shortening the sailing distance to front foot. The antis are afraid to regain lost passenger traffic
an extent that defies the For The BEST
flrnt "..FLIQIJlD' common the canal would create new resorts Lower rates and better service One Block !Mouth! of Depot; k+
rules of measurement. The other
of travel and leave comfortablecars
and lines alr-condltlonlng. more
TABLRTS Tonic and side claims that such a canal Barbecue Sandwiches, ALT GRADES PINB AND
the cold. Their etc., are high
.AL their own out In higher speeds,
DROP.cent Laxative would cause physical, chemical, propaganda Is of bralntruster na- Drinks and Short Orders spots of the drive. .Western rail- CYPRESS LUMBER AND +

ture, and the calamities It threatens roads have recently gone In for :
CHICKEN SALAD
are so much bolony and have I it large Joint advertising program BUILDING MATERIAL

TIRES MAY i LOOK ALIKE ON i THE OUTSIDE I I been debunked by the government TRYHALL'S CONSTRUCTION: Revival of:

engineers. I construction, mainly domestic, II BENNETT'SLUMBER
The pro-canalera roundly -cuss I believed essential to recovery, to

ON THE INSIDE THEY ARE DIFFERENT the railroads, who ,are alleged to PLACENear employment, to Industrial activityat
work against them:;, but who can large. A billion dollars could CO.
t loss Seaboard Station be for new homes, .
blame the railroads ,Their in profitably spent y H

HEAT on the Inside created by friction proof of any tire ever built. In the gruelling haulage would bee. negligible, but a billion more for renovlslng old
think of the expensive drawbridges ones. Interesting plan -ls an-
main cause of blowouts. Firestone 500-Mil. Race at Indianapolis, May 30th -- -----.
tie
i they would. have to construct nounced by General,Electric Company -
of the 33 with
different on the inside--they are very one can was equipped
i are and maintain the changesIn which will spend $10,000,000
I with the patented extra process of Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. Not on* of the roadbeds. Interference with You Can Always Get for constructing 1,300 model

.Dipping that soaks every cord and 33 driven had any tire trouble of any kind. schedules and other troubles. And. SALT FRESH; WATER houses, costing $8,000 to $10,500each Most Reliable''

nutates every strand with pure liquid Ab Jenkins drove his 5,000 pound car on I by the way the state road depart-I throughout the country-on<

ber', preventing internal friction and Flreston. Gum-Dipped Tire over the hot ment would also have to spend FISHAT house to each 100,000 population. You Feel SAFE When You.

,No other make of tire b Gum-Dipped. all beds of Utah, 3,000 miles at 127.2 large sums for draw-bridges. Then Committees will work In every Insure With Us..

Firestone performance records again mils per hour, with temperatures at high at the road authorities of the coun- population center to find buyersfor
ties traversed would have to make the houses. General Electric' Peninsular Life
npkaaize the undisputed evidence that 120 ,without tire troubl. of any kind. These
wide detours In their roads for the main contribution will be to completely -
of blowout
Imlone Tires are not blowout-proof, are most amazing proofs MAGNOLIAFISH
sake of reaching the state road electrify the public view Insurance Co.
ftl give greatest protection against protection ever Icnown.'Idding. .
crossings. from September 1, when all houses
There are three questions and of QUESTION Without sacrificing th... However both sides "kick before MARKET will\ be completed, to October 31...
solve the
that will
rowers problem Luclan Thomns, Agent !
hat tires two important safety features will they1'Will they get spurred." If the alleged Guaranteed Fresh General Electrlo's hope Is that this
to buy Absolutely
[
five m. longer massage, thus making half-hearted promises of means will cause a nation-wide demand

UESTIOH the tread five me theiritUil them the most economical tire I can for constructing such a canal, for better, more' efficient, more

t racdon and protection against l buy: ?" really amount to anything the economical homes.

l kiddinj? pros should remember that "great MOTORS: Also gained from the

NSWER-Recent feth by a leading Unlvenlty ,ANSWER-Firestone High Tim not onlygive but bodies move slowly" also that"there's ,BARGAINS INSHOES NRA decision. In the words of fl
.. AND
wear FOR PROMPT
Non-Skid you more many a slip 'twixt the Time, the,Industry has been set-
show that Firestone High Speed
also lowest cost mile due to the tough, '" I
.
per cup'and the l1 'P'or.there. will ting "new records for profitless COURTEOUS SERVICE
Tim than orhef'of
itop a car 15% quicker any wear-resisting. tread built with higher be days caused by the disbursing prosperity" that It Is unable to

the leading make For eight consecutive shoulders and a wider, Hatter contour. This authorities pulling against ,each For pass along to the public the higher

yea,. Firestone Tires have been'on the rugged tread is h.ld securely to the Gum- other, squabbles between the railroads THE WHOLE material costa the NRA forced THE NEW DEAL

winning car In the dangerous Pikes Peak Dipped cord body by Firestones patented and the engineers, disagree-I It to pay. Big motor companieswill

Race where a skid means' death. This is construction of two extra layers of cords ing interests and- 0FAMILY not be able to use their vast SERVICE STA.

undisputed evidence that Firestone give under the tread, a special construction Florida Is not a doubtful state that I bargaining power to cut the price

car owners gr.at..t' protection against feature not used in any other lire. Unequaled the administration needs to smile;I EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN for steel and other necessary com Hubert E. Fries

kidding mileage record. by thousands of car owners on for support; she is known to DAY AT modities. Also, the NRA used-

ESTIOM 1A they Uowouf-proof. add undisputed.vidence of longer wear andgreater always go democratic, and, there-I I STUMP'SPatronize car code provisions slowed down TIlX 'GOOD GULF GAS
fore, promises are good and
vague sales-now that It Is gone,
of Firestone High Speedthe '
(ANSWER-Firestone Gum-Dipped Tire have economy enough for her. We have had Mr. Public will be able to get more ry

most amazing record. for being blowoutTires.. plenty of examples of that already. for his old car motormen believehe

'You Always Get Better Quality at No Higher Price If the canal be constructed at will go for new cars In a big
is certain that it will
all. It very
whenyvtMffl You Buy, a Firestone Tire with the not be dug to the full depth for way.RETAIL Vlce wars It's swimming time
TRADE:
1 ulir.ntYt.allhow IIrI..n.DrIeeplen Firestone Name andGuarantee ships at onca-.only deep enoughfor : Home IndustryWhen are rampant, especially In the to- AND THAT MEANS A a

is le ts% quick,. house boats and such small bacco; drug, liquor and sundry
craft as "tlncanners't! use In crawl- You Buy Our Bread, PERMANENT WAVE b
trades consumers are throngingthe
ing along the coast Drawbridges Rolls or Pantry You Are Absolutely cut price stores, where "loss '
will then not be needed.. ,All the Permanent Waves
cords Sure It I. Froth. No leaders" predominate. ( Some ,
2Gum-Dlpp.d 2 blowout navigators have to do to jpans under Chance of Getting. a Stale chains recently sold cigarettes $2.50 Up ,
low bridges Is to let"the leaks ,
:
Dippsg* 1 Product.' which cost them about $1.00 a carton
11 Jimmd In othw llcci. go unhindered till the hulls sink foras little as 60 cents).. Result -

low enough. Th4 1 government I STARKE Is a terrific retail turnover. LEILA'SBEAUTY
would soon forget the whole business .

oA 6S and when the,canal had become BAKERY BANKING development: A In highly this InterestIng field Is SHOP

_/ $605> s550 s405 unnavigable on: account of '. the fact that commercial banksare .
IAHI
hyacinths, it would also be forgotten i
Wide business,
Anus ire Ne atB'flllFUll f taking up small loan
3 ir.r more than LOcJ.enon.rkidw.or. .. something they refused to do a few
CENTUM rDOKOlEq lift SEIIim TIM COME TIPS -H. E. Lagergren.
J. L. SIMMONS years ago. Large banks are open-
m .. MEET THE CROWD
'!. jwtI Carries theE For iho e carY Ing personal loan departments
""" a. Women in southern' France voted of small
OE q orperior Firm tone name Starke Fla.Plumbing where responsible persons
a5TUUC o. a 1' '. r .. to any owners whoa as early as the 14th century. means can obtain money without ,,,at i"'
naI 5 perior to any apedal..ad snd cnsrsntceequal need new tire going to the loan sharks who still
_.1Ied First tire nude for 0 r to 1.000 ,
,."ay si And charge anywhere up per
Grade, Super maw dietrlb.apmrtor to any cent a year Interest. And there Is The Spotlightti
45 DeLMselines tan'.drertl.ed 'very low price ODOR CHILD Electrical ContractorExpert loan
T e r |. a lire mad l. talk that some savings,; and
NIGH SOLED regardless first this sire has associations may go into the commercial E.
e of....,brander without tbentafcer's this prlee Am IMC SCHOOL field by accepting demand I
TYPE ....1..* namoMPB c&- DO equaL Work I
(,60211 Ds.r. .......... *' sr D*AUSM t a..IMLAM> I' leposlts.AGRICULTURE. LARGE GLASS BEEIt, Bo
jaaerliii MM**. -. M,_ r .do a..awre. : A late survey PLATE k
size n.ea 57 rnicBOMwcSIn SIZB4.WI mica .,....,_ a r.Ir_ LUNCH with LargeUhMHi
iLL miCa wr..r Quick ServicePAINTING ,
.. .:. shows a small, but encouraging Beer __ _,__ SOo
Tb. 1" Is aeelsntdy .....0 ..... awl i...f : ,. rise Irt the value of farms. Values ?
balaaeed .z..31 7.M ..,.. ....+ w.HW U..1 ,)J ..
.M rigidly 4.7C.I*I 7.7* aeon 7.gs I te Milk ausd'zploreri: jumped In thirty states. between -
.. M
kupret.dendwekeew a4o ... 7.
US-It n. w.u 4.ear1. .7. March 1934, and March
It '. wee thYproblem botheringone :
is 9.ae 'that
S.SS-1 S.7flamas
as perfect ss '.M-1S-ie.4.* 1.5. 17 4.-al L2C little girl who ws) convinced 1035, declined slightly In only five,, TORODE '
l.ge.dq *
make IL eat ;CMwflu l *Le. huw11.1.wtr 0Ih0"I 4e PLN. .r..r ... !.!' of the value of milk.. "What do and were unchanged in thirty.Largest cotton. Chevrolet Co.
In the
gains were
Artie explorers do? was the question
SIZE INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR
rases be
pat to bet wit-largest declines, as might
4.30-Zl_ $ 7.7S school teacher And DONE BY DAY OR expected. In the drought area. 1
: t.7S-l BATTERIES PARE pnasQuick again "Do they take CONTRACTEDOW *. C EXPORT TRADE: In all but ft ""

LAO-19_I Lao ,WI it"., ......-wlth- cows on ocean liners Furniture Dials. Like handful,of cases America's fIrst- a
....... beat-loae* business was well
carrying' little boysand quarter export LEA'AND '
LLi.la LEAEPR16F $555 New.CALVIN SERVICE
\ !.7S Lo.. Ills ririsT" ahead of a year ago, has held up ,

4.73 )9nn .1.9* TIBET b Shows thought, Ince. Canada bought thirteen percent We have, specially trmjnrdniffclunira )i
As JOHNSP. more, Italy fifteen per cent and equipment to
doean't, it;? s
.00.19110 11.9* ag.isstair Sealed 580 matter of fact It'schi O. Box 827Btarke more, Cuba fifty-eight per cent (rive you. the bet service obtainable. 1

;; ? leakage tosjle $2.4j IL keystone of the' educational Florida more, Australia fifty-three percent

.. II greater .. I treh. Cariosity. And that very more Mexico twenty-five percent PHONE lit l
qy:Y..;'..V1fnyRnsun' .......... Each rise teacher took advantage of I more. England and Japan .
,
ar I.s. -- -- '- -- ------
ti :w:::; cr..a GIMh, 4.40-21 'er opportunity. So the rtaas was barely got Into the gain column

.......:':'.:.. N! c.--rD 50-M }_ aunehed upon a series of Invest- with.respective rises of one and
.
..
.. FOLKS
SHOULD
......... 4.7S-UI rations and live discussions. They HOME five! per cent. Principal drop camel ,PERSONALSTATIONERY
Uncovered the meaning; of pas KNOW WHAT TOURISTS Germany, which bought sixty*

urination, bottling, germ free KNOW I I two per cent less from us. '

nilk rlsTstion. ..n board ship That So far as 'new export business Printed In Large. Variety I j

f'p.etoneNEW sod in dining cars,, And /iu I la concerned. accorulng to Busies .f Inks and Type Htyl. at t
neat; convincing way they 's0. DURDEN'SRESTAURANT' : .* Week Ocheanla (Australia No Kvtra: Cost 'I..J.
tired themselves of the importance south Pacific Islands) offers the. r
If milk to adults ss well as to ehfl.Irsn. beet Box.SB
prospects.t OCR SAMPLES. : :
that
7o* they learned cxIlol -
I .... and saOjn do Indeed use : The F. W. Woolworth Company Bradford County I'

ailk 111 huge quantities, ought a BeVfoot lot occupied by

t STATION OIS.. !. The Bt Plate ID Town t their store In Clearwater, Fla. The Telegraph {
SERVICE note .A..l4 reel 1Nat5CS ''
DEAL I nudes **oJU itnmmfrt Dr. /r- T. CAT II I p foot.rice paid' was $1,000 per front PHONE 2e

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!"'."01'1' FOiIRI COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARJtr. FLORIDA FItiD,1Y. JC 1
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<<"O1T ITVMOMTMI.Y svPERINTENDRNT'S BaL end month.._________ (32.16 The St.. --
Augustine
KIN/fVC'IAI. MTATHMK. DI.... NO. :is and ;
SCHOOL FUNDS. Bal. begin, month ____.__ 890.87 County Fla. Sl
] %r OF COCNTlf -- ,
AMAZE A MINUTE Receiptduring. month __- 187.80 Chambers Of ,
; I Bradford County. for the month Warrant during month.__ 180.00 mere: have opened C
an
I'i'3 _____ ___ l1toTIIIJ\
of October IMS. BaL end month n 148.17 booth \
SCIENTIFACtS. BY ARNOLDDenmarkSapp pn the
nrnml W-fc-ol F-_" I hereby certify. that the forego' highway just
IleY Pal. bog-In' month______ $8.143.0 Ing statement showing balance at side of the City or M
t Tl..e...lpt* durlnir month --._ 1,821IIO! I the beginning and At the ending of SC AU&'U8t1JJ
Warrant" during month __ 1IR8.08 the month herein above stated and I
hal end month __ .____ 4,583.0 ''of the receipt and warrant Issued by the Honorable.
; Special Tax School nitrlctfund during Bald month, correspond with Judge of A
the
Inplnrtln hnil ,: :. Garfield Evans League Woodmen Entertain I""'. N... :I and correct to the beat of my and for Bradford0 cant r
Pal b..icln. Mn,, O. D. ._-_- D4U knowledge and belief. I alo ...rtl.1 0A
Union Entertained at Lake Woodmen Circle ___ 13J1R> eerydated June lbtl r
n *f*.>fptN durlnc month fy that the following la a lint of all .rlaln. 14th In'
.. ( month __ 1.1111 cause therein
Warrant during County epultorlea, showing the IUI@ly
Ing
}"J The Starke Epworth League All Friends Camp No. 138 Woodmen Bat end month O. D. -_____ 83.8 balance In each at the close of the Bank between'of Columbia The, !Fod.ral l o

I entertained the other league, Melrose of the World,,.were hosts frt.: THE POWER Rat ...."In. month IH.f. No.O, T>. __ 8118.114 amount month herein of security first stated furnished' and the by [0.'Adklne and wife Pin..t Inti"el, 0 Si

\ Waldo, Hawthorne and R..c."lpt* during month ___ 68.81Warrants each said Depository account. of thereinnappointed .'. "'b. h,
day evening to members of .the OF COAL durlnir month. 48.118 current dally balance. time ...
Campvllle of the Garfield Evans or In Chancery I I .
A SINGLE POUND Bal. end Mo., O. D. _______ 166.74DI.t. posits. to e.erutihe *
: ; Laegue Union, last Thursday aft Woodmen Circle at the lodge ELLIPTICAL N- a will on Monday rthe 5th "
OK IN BURNING Witness my hand this 30th. of *
9 COAL Rol. b"orIn., Mn., O. D __ _. 1,09385 day:
SPINNING houutoflsale
at -
at the Adkins cottage rooms. 1931. before u.
ernoon September .
___ ,
; THE DOES E.VOIV HEAT EOUIV- R.eeipts during month 704 48
',0 Kingsley Lake. Following a short business sesloo IU woRM Warrant durln month __ 184.18Bal. A. J. OH1PFI8' House door. 'In Starkf ylorle4? .
U1 TO LIFTING 9
T
I NOT ERIN THR COCOON to the highestand hJW
end month O D. ____ 522.85 County Superintendent.
f1 Following: a brief business meetIng I members of the Circle were' IN CIRCLE. WT MAXIS 'T-"r" TDNS FROM THE PAS. ni* NO.-4Ral. cash, the JJ'1'' '*?'

at the Church the young folks admitted to the lodge rooms. An ti% motored out to the lake where a address of welcome was given by PfcR M5NUT30OOOO ASHINGTON*oNuMlHL Rec.lpt" durln*; month __ 2,Oft Notice la hereby given to all cred. County.
month itors of William The SIa of the
Warrant during: McEvor, Nis4
deceased
most enjoyable afternoon wa Sovereign O. H.// Bennett, which TO A COCOON. Bal. end month __ _______- 10.49 to present their claim, to the undersigned 11. Town.hlp 8 SoUth}, ot -dl'. '
pent In swimming. Late In the was followed by ail address by !>!'''. N*. IIFlal. within eight month from Ka t. containing 80 &.h"nt. l
birln month. O D.__ I.U1.41 date" or same will b. barred by law. or !I.... The 8WU of thJiJll.
afternoon the enjoyed a Rev. W.''T. Mcdulre, Chaplain of "' ,
'J guests I. Receipt during month ._ 141,48SB Debtor of said estate may pay of Section 11, Townnhin 'W
weiner roast the Camp and several other members Warrant durlnv month. .62 name, to undersigned administrator. Hang. 10 Eu.t. | a ? iacres
O. D.__.__ 865.68 w. I I : .containing t
who expressed hearty appreciation Hal end month McEvor, Administrator. more or I. ..,
1.
mat. NO. r 6.I1-ft.7-1I with the
ft\ In Florida for I for the splendid work don Pal. neirln.. month ____. __ 137.20Recelpts to be made appurtenance B-M ,
Building contract by the Circle and for the loyaltyof A BEAR FOR SWIMMING/ ", during month _-. 42,81 MASTER'S BALE or*. to latlHfy purnuant the to aId I
,C 1934 totaled $42,489,100. Total for THE PfclAR BEAR HAS Warrant during month ._ NOTICE I. hereby given that'un- IC. K. earns and a"
1933 $28,744,800. its members. Several response Bal. end month __ -._--_-_ 189.81'DI"t. '..r and by virtue of a Final Decree PEHH\IIAN: ,
was addresses were made by members BEEN FOUND ENJOYING A No. .SRat '>f Foreclosure made and rendered 6-21.As7Special Master In Chaa"
} WIM POaTY-MILE PROM befftn. month, O. D._ 8811.1In..elptlO
Fat Folks Read This of the Circle and Mrs Vonda In LAND OR ICB. durlnir month .__ 1,40
14 man, and Miss Myrtle Oils Crump,, Warrant during month -_
i! SHE REDUCED State W., C. manager, of Tampa,, Bal. end Mo. O..D. ___ ___ 18563.
DI.' No. 10Rai. BANANAS
LBS. IN 3 WEEKSfii'J also addressed the audience. begin. month____.J..:: 20344 4 Lbs. ISc
) During the social period a refreshment eeelptn. durlnK month _- 3.40Warrants
during month __ .
-
-
fii'J No Attention course of sherbet and BaL and. month -c"nit. ___. ___ .0988 -
I To Envious cake was served by the Woodmen. N... 11Pal. : MARY .ANN.old: Fashioned
\' Gotwlpers 1
: .....lI'ln. Mn.. O. D -.._ 8U.1I7R"c..lpt.
ib' 'I This get-together meeting of during month lit.01
;,) Mr*. J. H. Valentine of Freeport I both the Woodmen and the Woodmen Warrant during month .eSal MEAL Pounds 12c
O. D. 19489
end month.
Circle of the most .
was one
J N. Y., writes: "I lost 14 Ibs. with I nimt. No. 13Rat __
1/! KruBchen and my husband took off enjoyable and enthusiastic meetings beirln. month, O. D. w 381.05

't\' 12 Ibs. in 3 weeks and Intends ever held by the local organizations t ecelptH during month month__.__ 80.00 WINNER ROCK GROUND

1''<'; keeping up the good work. I think which are enjoying a splendid 0 Bal.Warrants end month.durlna1 O D. ... 860.98
1 Kruschen ill simply wonderful" growth and cooperation. nimt. N... 11SRal. GRITS 5 Pounds
1M 1- h"*;''n. month O. T, __ 478.88 15c
;:,\ Intelligent folks like Mr. and Recelpts during month ... 58.80 .. ..
,\:. Mrs. Palentlne don't listen to gos- Warrant during; month ._ -
On Vacation :Trip Bal. end. month. O D. _-_ 417,88 DIXIE CRYSTAl-Fine Granulated
yi folks who tell them it's impossible
I sipping VI"t. No. IB
--------- ------ --- _
:it, to reduce safely Misses Hazel and Lois Adkins, r-- Pal bpgln. month O. D._-_ 884.84Receipts

\, Kru chen Salts Is one safe reducing daughters of Judge and Mrs.. A. Z. J Mr. and Mrs..J. S. Sapp of Starke FAVORITE Warrant durlnir during month month .__ 11180 SUGAR 5 lbs. (bulk25e)

trel\tment-It'l a health Adkins, left last week on a several Announce the marriage Bal. end month O D._. ._,_ 132.54

+Y treatment-physicians prescribe it weeks vacation trip. of their daughter, RECIPES begin month D'.'. No.O. D.ITRat. __ 1X5,7!) .- -

-Just take a half teaspoon In a Miss Hazel l is now enjoying a Louiseto Rorelpt during month_._ 8050 FANCY BLUE ROSE (Whole Grain)

cup of hot water first thing every islt with friends In New York 'bF' I Bal.Warrant end month during, O month D.__--_ 125.2(1ntmt. ( RICE
;yr morning-tastes fine with juice of City after a short visit In Washington Orls Denmark .' No. 1RaL 5 Lbs. 23c

tl half lemon added_,.Joe lasts 4 D. C.,, and will later Join Sunday June IS, 1035: BRADFORD-'COUNTY Receipt begin during month month O. D.____ 1.00'.14 185.80 _

weeks and costs but a few cents her sister in Marlon and Black Macclenny, Fla. Warrants during month __ 18.81

any drugstore. Mitchell's Drug Mountain. ? N. C., where Miss Lots The .marriage of this popular IIOU E WIVES Bal. end month, O D _u859.16

Store sells lots of It.Adv.; I III spending her vacation. 31 young couple took' place Sunday latere.t DI soil,*'. IIlnlol.N. 3Bal. Fund SPECIAL LOW PRICES!

iftArnnnn In Macclennv.",,, .. with only I begin month u_t__'._ 217.05RocelptH

\i 314y\ ; iW-I Intimate friend' witnessing (REPRINTED Green Pea RECIPES) Warrant during during month month_____ 88.98 COFFEE

\ the ceremony Bal. end month _-. ____?_ 281.01 FOR ICED COFFEE WEEK
.' Prepare peas for canning. Wash III**. No. 3Bal. EIGHT
Mrs. Denmark was born and thoroughly and place in sack and begin month ._. ____ 708.89 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE:: i
Easy reared In this county and with her" Receipt. during month __, 801.85Warranta "MildMellow"Rich Full Bodied"IITa31aSle'
; scald for five I minutes In boiling during month __

pleasing personality baa won. for water. Then' rinse through cold Bal .end month __.-_ .1.008.14 21bsi.3k21bs.35cWMeHEKONOMrRUie.
herself host of friends. nut. N.. II
a .
water and place in jars. Add to Ral. begin month _._______, M2 18
% Mr. Denmark Is the son of Mr. each quart one. teaspoon of salt Receipt' during month ._ 172,11 BOKAR--.VIg3 orou-Wlney"
Terms and Mrs. P. S. Denmark and is and Warrant during month __ [ .
cover with cold water. Seal Bal. end month .__.___ 104.19 2 Lbs. 45c

I Furniture Company of which his Mre.-'W. B. Mundy. Jr. Pal begln.t month _______ 248.17Rorelpt
+Finest
,Q during month 248.70 SCOCO Shortening
father Is manager. Starke Fla. Warrant during month ._
I- at home to their Sal end. month :_____--__ 498,87
ON THESE BEAUTIFUL They are 'TomatoesScald I hereby certify. that the foregoing COMPOUND 2 Ik bulk 25cl
l'" ; friends at the Denmark residenceon ntatement. Knowing balane.. at
(; : KEROSENE OP- Cherry Street and remove peel and place the beginning and -at the ending. ; of -- .
4,f' whole in quart Jl1r..' Add one teaspoonful the month herein above stated and -
of the receipt and warrant l*..ued IONA PLAINFLOUR : or SELF-RISING
,:j'- ERATEDELECTROLUX of salt.to each quart and with
during said' month correspond 6-Ib. I
Notice seal tight ;' BpH( jars the record of office and I. Bit IZ-lb. Sic. 84-Ib. Sk 48-Ib.
ift ; .... ,. 'Ja. thirty. truevand eorrect. my toithe. bent at my .25c45c 87c
minutes. ,$1.70 j
All members of the Woman's knowledge and belief, I also certify '.'H "
MrJ''B; "Sapp0vl9tarWe : that th. following I* a Hut of all
f Club who are planning! attend rfa. .. County Depoaltorle. allowing'the .
the,Bl-County Federation meeting .. balance In each at the close. of the SILVER BROOK Print or ASP Fancy Tub
month herein flr-t elated, and the
H at Worthington Springs, June 23, Blackberry; : ,Jelly I amount of security furnished. by BUTTER

J REFRIGERATORS are asked to please notify Mrs. H. Crush fruit thoroughly through amount each such of Interest Depository paid or and credited. the. Lb. 29c

ti C. Hitch, secretary the Starke a dllver. Add a cup of water to during said month by each eald DepoHltory -

;i'' Woman's Club by next Mondayso each four quarts of fruit and bringto on aocount. dally, balance.
WHITE .
1; ."COSTS' ONLY S y CENTS that she can make luncheon a boll. Then strain through or Witness time depo.lt.my hand this 80th.day of HOUSE-Evaiorated ,

it reservations for those planning to cheese cloth sacks; squeezing un- October 1913 0 18cl
fA DAY TO ENJOY THIS MILK 3 TaU Cans
:J. OR1PFIS,
A.
'.s :MODERN CITY' KEFRIGKRATON attend. The luncheon will be served tll aU juice Is extracted. To each County Superintendent.
free by the hostess club but It 2 cups of juice add a few drops of _. .-

i; ,". THE HOUSEWIFE Is necessary that they know bow lemon juice and 1 3-4 cups of su- COI'NTTtMONTHbY 5ITPERINTENDENT'N STALEY'S GLOSSSTARCH .

I.t : SAYS. t many to plan for. gar. Boll 20 minutes and test until FINANCIAL BTATKIMH1T ,
OF COUNTY SCHOOL FVNDII
.Ask for Demonstration $ It drops from spoon in flakes. I Bradford County, for the month of SPkgs. 15c
Pour in glasses and cover with September 1033. .
\* Woodmen Circle NoticeThe
<).i..rl School FActual -._* .
paraffin.To Bal, begin. Mo. ...471.118 _
H. A. Bishop regular meeting of the be most successful cook not Receipt during month-__-___' 1,48177 GRAPE NUTFLAKES 11
Starko Grove of' Forest Warrant: during montl18.115
:dy Supreme more than two cups of.juice In A Actual. Bal end month__. 8,14208 Pkg. 9c
J il Sf ARKE. FLA. Woodmen Circle will be held cooking vessel Spwelal Tex ."....'.DI"rl..t

eIa Tuesday night at eight o'clock.. Mrs. Iwo. Powell Feuds iai.41.g boeded.. ..I..rf. POST BRAN'FLAKES
1.Ja.t.N 1Hal. __
All members are urged to be Starke, Fla.., begin. MO., 'j__> H'1V4 17 233Brks
Ia .. present at this meeting and are Receipt during moniWarrant th-:::. 9.66: Pkgs.
.it
: .
during: month ..
requested to bring tbelr dues to.. federation MeetingTo Bal. end of months O. IX __ .uf 500' Raker's Breakfast ,
),' CANOVA'S, / the secretary by July 1. -. ... nut. N. Lb. 12 COCOA. Y..lb. pile
Be Held ;At Bal." begin. Mo., O, D._.__> tz 8.8" .I JJEELi OE e I
J, Receipt. during month ._ 30.36Warrants 10
Baptist W M. U. ,II .* Worthhigton: Springs? during month.__ 3 Pkgsr.---.r.' 19 POWDER Pkg.
Actual. Ba1"'end' Mn O. ,,191.4
The business and meetIng On Friday, ''June 28, a meeting IJInt. ;.. 8D.--
: program ,
; CanovaPharmacy Bal. begin Mo. O. D. ___ 1nS.11
of the Baptist W., M, U. was of the Bradford-Union Federationof Receipt during month ____. 171.81 HEINZ BAKED'BEANS 3 .16-oz cans 27c

held at the Church Monday afternoon Women's Clubs will be held at ::'t"rJ.m".':' ::" month.--* i.oU:
O. D. ., ...... .. HEINZ SOUP 2 Cans 25c
at the regular hour., Worthington Springs in the lovely DI.,. No. 4Bal. -

SODA SPECIALSIce The president of the society, ew club house 'of the Worthington begin* during month: month____ 1,411R".lpl. ,(Except] lam Chowder)

Mrs. A. M. Darby presided duringthe Woman' Club. Warrante duringmonth.._ HEINZ CLAM tic

Cream .. _. Per Pint '_,___ 15c devotional and business session Two members 'of:the State Fed. Bal end. month ... .--..__.. 8.40 CHOWDER 2 cans
nimt. NO. eBal.
Chocolate Milk with Ice Cream ,05c and the program for the afternoon ration, Mrs. H, K. Mitchell of beglm mo. O. D. -..___ 1.17'.111 HEINS SPAGHETTI 3 Cans 25c
__.: was In charge of Circle Jacksonville Vice President of Rao-nipt during1 month, ...._ 1111.811

Ice Cream Sundaes _. -__ ____-.lOc Three with Mrs.W.B.. Alexander Section 4 and Mrs. Tom Moore of Bal.Warrants end month during O mn.D. _._.___,._ 1.-S3: '..411 41 HEINZ MACARONI 2 Cans 25c

i Circle leader,In charge. Tallahassee acnolarship chair- nimt. 17.. T
to Bal." begin." Mo..__._..._.-..*,._ 11594 HEINZ TOMATO JUICE 2 Cans 15c
man, are ,.expected be presentand Receipts during- month ... 11.98 ,
DRUG SPECIALS discuss several phases of.club Warrant* during month._ HEINZ CHILI SAUCE Bottle '23c
work BaL end Mo. 11780
which Will add to the !Inerest Diet. N..s"Rat.

f $1.50 VALUE: of' the meeting. Musical h.Rln.'Mo. O D. .--.._ 889,03 HEINZ KETCHUP'140z.. bottle ISc
1 '
tRITZsTHKEATRE numbers and readings will also be Receipt during- month _-_,

I < $1.00 Fountain Pen and J'1 1 enjoyed and a short 'business _.- Bal.Warrant. end Mo.during O. IT month: __ ,..__. 889.OS. HEINZ RICE FLAKES Pkg* lOc

i 50c bottle of Blistosol for 49c Ion will be beld,;' D'.'. No- .s ,
,b', BaL begin' Mo. ._____._ .0..4
PROGRAM The meeting'wUl be opened at Receipt during month, .__ NEW LOW PRICE! Grandmother'BREAD

25c Spearmint Tooth Paste __ lOc BEGINNING FRIDAY tea o'clock and at the noon hour Warrant during__ month. ..- -
_-_ BaL end Mo. _. ._. _.__ lflS.4 :
a fried chicken rfU-ner will be served IH_ No. 11
+ 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste:_._ ____ 34c FRIDAY JUNE 21ST. by the hostess club. Bal. begin MOo O. D. ____ 111I.18 14.ool.f

,60c McKesson Mineral Oil Pint _39c "Our Little Girl" All members of the Federationare Warrant Rerelpt during during month month_.:._ 9.36 Fre h-Plain or Sliced l-do Boll 5c

requested to bring sandwiches. BaL end Mo, 0. D. -______ S93." FAMILY LOAF
SOc Grove's Chill Tonic.34c Shirley Temple ntmt. N... la *> ( *--. pkc.)
Joel McCrea After the close of the meeting it BaL b"lI'ln..Mo", O. T>,._?.. 998.81Receipts PULLMAN LOAF' lOe
't Ames swim in ,the waters of month .. "
$1.00 Cardui 7Sc Rosemary Worthing during I7.S9
___. __ ton Warrant during month .
SOc Milk SATURDAY JUNK 22ND. Springs will .be enjoyed. BaL end Mo, O. D. ,_ .. _--._ S81X> IONA
of Magnesia _? -*- 2ge ,- nimt. 1'1.' .. IS. *
'Tombstone' Terror' Attend District BaL bgln.' Mo. O. D.,__.. 411.18
25c Thedford's Black Draught -.. _17e MeetingThe Jh,relpt" during month __ TOMATOES 3NOe"2cans. 25c
Tom TylerAlso month ._
SOc California Syrup of Figs 4 4-j .ge POPEYE Cs.rtoo-1 Second North Florida Wood- :;,.t'.t..i; : during: O. D. -. .... 47...8 -
". men Circle District was ntmt. No. ie) IONA With Pork and Tomato Sauce
meeting
60c Bal. begin.: Mn O. I>. .___ 197.74
Caldwell's Syrup of .49cN SUN.-MON JUNE IS .4
Pepsin
... held Thursday afternoon In Lake i Receipts durlr month __ a8.40 "

,3Sc McKeeson's Shaving Cream 1ge "Star Of Midnight" Butler. with an afternoon and Warrant Bal. end. month.during O.Mo.D..._._,__ K4.lt. 100 PORK & BEANS 16-oz.can 5c

N Ginger RogersWilliam night session.Those III... .. IT
Benzol, per Gallon __ _.. .Sge Powell attending from the Starke Bal begin. Db... 0. D. ....,_ 188,41 WILSON'S DIXIE STYLE

SOc Dr: West Tooth Brushes .3ge Al-o Newsreel j. Conmdv Grove were: Hwetpt Witrrant during month ._ .. 170
__ during month -
Mesdames P. S. Denmark W. L. Bal.: end. M.... O. T>. ._ 1'11.7' IOAF 16-oz.'Can lOclOc

$1.00 Coty Face Powder .... ,._ _..... .G9c. TUES.WKDJUNE"Good 23 29 Andrews T. C. Chastain, Nat WINams. begin.; Mn.O.III.t. N.D..__IHBal. ..___ 1,156.94Rerelpte .

tw 75c Listerine ._ .. ?__,.__ __fc.......5ge Fairy"71rmrguret Sulovim! man,,L.L..S.D.Hutto GreeD and Vonda Misses EX Elizabeth In- I: BaL end Mn.duringmonth. O. t>. '_ ._,_.__ ',"119 90 WEBSTER'S EARLY JUNE

& ,Aspirin Tablets, per' hundred '..__ 39c'l Herbert !Marshall Williams Amy, and Ethel- Ial.ret .,...-,. ..a.N..-.__. Fea4I 08,34// PEAS No. 2 Can

Moore and Vonda Inman. B... begin, Mo __.___ ._ : ,
SOc Noxema __ ___ _._ _. .. _._ __ _3ge THtlRS-FIJI-. JUNK 27 _< 23'GOIN' I Ttcelpfa during month4- 5.7'
Varrant duringmonth 89.60
TO TOWN'CASH Clearwater Fla,,. has 3,000 telephoned. : BaL end month __ 117,OK WHOLE! MILK
FRIDAY & SATURDAY Mae Writ its... N.: *lL
i f... begin mOo ____ _. ..,. Ift.7' CHEESE
Hecelpt during month .. 84.90 Pound 20c
CASH ONLYCAtfOVA'S NITE. Scotland is making bricks WhiCh i '..'arrant during month __ ,
TUESDAY!: JUNK J5TH. oat. Bal. end month __ _. f08.|!) -
Y $2.00 FREE The product la made from I D.... 1'1' .. SPal. -
} a former waste materials>>ent begin. month ---_ 1,030* | THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC C03IPA..yBRADXOBD
TEA
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t I shale. I Receipt during month ..-, ISIS''
111 ,Warrant durlnat. .nab112.10


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JITNEJ1. 1031 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPI, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVTB
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Judge A. Z. Adklns and family; I The male and< female albatross

moved out to their Klngsley Lake NAT SEZ: [j] take turns In sitting on the eggs. (.
home last Saturday, where they; AMAZE A MINUTE ---40-
Bits of will remain during the Bummer I
months. < Every time that I go off on a French scientists have discovered
little trip I can't help but think of: SCIENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD that floyers run temperature, r r
-- the words In that song you all The surface of the Mediterranean
:Mr. and Mrs. Nat Steinberg and know which. Sea la lower than that of the
I weal Ne\\t9 E. H. Smith have returned from goes something' Atlantic ocean. .

Washington. D. C., where they at like this: t, "R,
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND tended the National Shriners' Con "Be It ever'*ao It
CONCERNING ventlon. humble i f fAte fw

PROGRESS OF ,TilE COUNTY AND TOWN There la no <

Mrs Calvin Johns, efficient tele place llke'j 'a '
phone operator left Saturday fora home."
vacation to be spent with rein Washington ..

of Lawtey, was a :Mrs Louis .Ternlgan of Gainesville tives in Alabama, Missouri an-i a nice place to. r
: surrey Arkansas live in all right. i .
Is spending the week here at.
inhere there's doubt
no
Mondayof the home of her uncle, Perry Eo
about that lots t
wards Brooker, wai Johns. Mrs T. N. Limbaugh and son, of pretty homes, ti"i"

1. V. Friday. Homer Limbaugh, of Lakeland, beautiful parka' And wonderful : ,
ddtor here I Mr.:and Mrs H. C. Wall and :Mr was here Tuesday and Wednesday drives. But with all that I'll take r I'' '
visiting relativesJwest and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., have< visiting her sister, Mrs H. J... Starke. Thoy don't have any tall r '
Halle is returned from a visit at Pass-a Brownlee pine trees up in those woods and You .
Beach.' '
Palm Grille. you don't realize how you miss JVOT ON THE LEVEL '

-:-. F Sauls was a visitor Mr. and Mrs N, D. Wainwrlght them until you get out In the coun In WHIRLPOOL RAPID, a MH.SS BCUMWNtAOARA Look '
Jsdk80nvlUe!' A Tuesday. Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence and son, and Mr. and Mrs E. J. Wainwright try and don't see feny. FALLS, THi CHANMKL It so NMIWW THAT
J. G. Alvarez, of Boston are guests spent Sunday in Jackson However there Is one good thing TNI WHtMCI Our TO THC rouses Of WATM M CO- Right ; '
j) Knight and eon, Paul,, of Mrs. Bence's mother, Mrs. Lallj villa with Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. about going.off-pn! a trip it feels Ho six. TUB CINTM M to PCIT WON!* THAM rue
E ,
eo'TuesdllY: in Jacksonville. Chace. Wainwright so good when you get back, UK! HAIR' [roes, w
THE
NOUN on A RWNOCIKX -

L. -and Mr. Charles Imbach' Mr. and Mrs. Tison Hitch of St Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. .Jones Be.t4a1ue'Hapgrat1e.Overalli' BUT M MAI HOT* THAT tseuveast MAStOOOUT You had best have your

nt Thursday in Jacksonville.' Augustine, were l here the flrat/ | of and daughter Miss Elise, and son,, TOMTMI*. Eyes Examined I have
'--- .. the week visiting'Mr. and Mrs. J. are enjoying a stay of several Sires 88 to.44 \ fitted glasses for 37 years,

A.L Green of Brooker, was atDi H. Rltclr. .. weeks at the Davis cottage at V $1.50'r't'oar : f>03 people In Bradford
business here, Tuesday. County have had glasses
to Kingsley Lake. .
tr
'
.... :
Mrs: D. E. Knight had as recent j Bflt..rMunsingwear. fitted by me. So why not ,
ybs A F. sauls has returned guests Mrs. P. M.: Padgett of Bra Misses Ruth Sternberg, Rosa Hose you T Special reductionfor

n, visit with relatives In Mia- denton and Mrs. J. E.' Maines of lind Jacobs, Annie Mae Pearce and Chiffon 0# ;,nice DHDIAN RHEUMATISM the summer',
Lake Butler. Sara Hope Haynes, are In Gainesville ,
79cFor
attending summer school at REMEDY
MI1oG. W. Brown of Lawtey, Miss Babena Dalz of Tampa, I ii the University of Florida. 'Mon) Hun[acs Of YIAM AOO TM. S. G. LEWIS
visitor here,Tuesday after: the guest this week of Mr., anMrs. :;! INDIAN COU4CTID CHUDS OIL. ..MO*
frx
t Grade Shirts IN SLAMim U4N IT At A UNINBMT" MM Optician and Watchmaker
High
S. G. Lewis at their home oc Mrs. J. E. Maine has returnedto
___ r'h.s-W lllleuT18M.
Church Street. her home in Lake Butler after $1 $1.50 US S. Walnut St.
IlIlBi Dorothy Sapp spent Suni -
spending the past ten days at MANHATTAN $1.B5
In i Jacksonville visiting rela- Master Jack Lewis of Jacksonville Kingsley Lake the guest of Sheriff -
is spending his vacation herewith and Mrs. W J. Epperson.Mr. Made Better

his grandparents, Mr. and Hapgrade Work Pants
teak and chops. Twenty-four Mrs. S. G. Lewis. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, who MaaeBy NASWORTHY'S'
Khaki
,service at Hnle's. have spent the past two weeks Denim or CarnationGold

Drs. H. B..:McLendon and Jaa. L here visiting his sister, Mrs. J. $1.50 MrdulT 1P T 0 fl SUGAR ,
Del' Mason of Leesburg, spent Brownlee, attended the Dental W. White, will leave tomorrow for ManhattanBATHING
week In Starke the guest of Short Course at the University ol their home In Fernandlna. '
ml Knight. Florida last week. .TRUNKS '
I Miss Martha Tony and her $1.95 MILK FOFERY r 5 Lb. ay
lIr. and Mrs. Melvin Futch oIvtey Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson mother of New Orleans La., and -
were visitors here Mon- and son. Edgar, are enjoying r a Miss Patsy, Brinson of Hugh, are IT PAYS TO BUY AT- .1I Con"

y afternoon. several weeks stay at their. cottage spending a month at the Brinson SPECIAL PRICES
at Kingsley Lake.. cottage on Klngsley Lake. STERNBERG'SStarke 25
MIN i Clyde Smith of Doctor'sa tic C ,
was a guest Friday of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns oi Mr. and Mrs R. R. Prevatt and Florida I FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 21.22 i,

lea Imbach. Lake Butter, were guests Sunday N. N. Prevatt, spent Sunday In j "' -
"
Mr. and Tallahassee Miss: Mar-
of-Mrs. John.'s parents visiting i'
llCm.) Wm.Norris spent last week, Mrs. W. H. Green 'Mrs guerite Prevatt, a student at the MISSION HALL, REAL HARD POTATOES TENDER
\ Ocala visiting her, daughter,, State College for Women. A group of six young people LETTUCE Cabbage, Ib. 3c
kJ. C. Hillman. : Franklin: Roltsch"of Ten- from the Baptist Church of Law- '
i'I mile, Ga.,'is the gaest of Mr. and Miss Margaret Jenkins, of Mia tey rendered a splendid service In FRESH FIRM 10 Pounds He
lilra.Ward Plant City,, the way of a Bible Study on Tuesday Tomatoealb 4c ONIONS3Lbs.I
Mrs. K. G.. Duncan' at,.their homeon nl, was a guest last Thursday of e e e
the guest of her parents, :Mr. Temple Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach at evening at the Mission. There
1 Mrs. John Uglow. their home on Church Street. Miss were no text books used but the REAL JUICY :
I lOc
and Mrs: E. K.Perrymnnand Jenkins is Social Service DirectorIn Bible. Each part"was well prepared Lemons dz 15c BANANAS, q qPAULA.
|Un R. E. Arnow and baby; Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Stockwell, Nassau Cuba during the winter and given and the comment.ashowed .
i returned from a short visit last months. unusual thoughtfulness on CREAM OEM NUTQLEO. "
Jacksonville
k relatives ,in Ocala. ., Thursday were visitors afternoon.to .j i[ noticeable the part of fact the'was'ihat odes,' speaking.for Bible A Cheese, pk. lOc 4 'I Pounds; e' ....-.... '1'5 C lb. 15c
I ;
: Mrs. A.'J0. Wall, Mrs. Q. A. Anderson. -
and.Mrs. S. O.; Lewl..'and1Ls :Miss Mary ..Brownfeefeir''suD.day .,' 'Mrs: : W.;H. Hart, Mrs.: N.' references, markers,wete not used., '

Babena Dalz; "'spentr : for Gainesville, where' she la:'D..Wainwright, Jr., and Miss Isa- but and that easily all referenqes located were showing quickly s BUTTER Lb., 29c I CHEESE Lb. 19c: bfi.
,ay r la Jacksonville.r. attending' summer school at the bel Fernandez are motoring to ,
with the Word quite
familiarity
University of Florida. Gainesville each day to attend
; and Mrs. Morgan Richard summer schol at the University of unusual, especially. among the WEBSTER'S

i returned from their wedding Mr and Mrs Wilbur A. Scott of Florida. young., PORK( and BEANS 3 OAK- lOc 1 a
t to North Carolina. Jacksonville, spent the week-end Another group of six gave the .---...._______

here with :Mr. Scott's parents, Mr. The beat chicken dinner-40o- special musical numbers, with Mr.
W. E. Middleton., :Misses and :Mrs. F. A. Scott. at Hal"''.. Thelma Dlnklns accompanying at 5-Sh'Ing Soo OCTAGON PALMOLIVE LYE FOR
i and Hazel Middleton, spent the piano, these were also from ,
"' BROOM SOAP SOAP 'S <> A P
lay in Jacksonville.. Mrs. Ancll Wainwright of Jack Mr. G. W, Alderman, Mrs. S. Lawtey. .
1 visiting P. Vandivlere and son, Fitner, The assembly room wan filled '
sonville was here Friday For 39c 4 Bars lOc Bar .. .__ 5c 3 Cana ____ 2Sc
.
lira. E. C. Priest Is enjoying a I her brother and sister-in-law, Mr Mrs. George C. White and Frances and every one greatly! enjoyed the
with relatives at High and Mrs. O. A. Andreu.;, White are expected to reach I service. There were quite a number NAVE' '
WE
p i and Fort White. I here tomorrow after a two weeks I of out-of-town visitor. : IT- 12.LBS. 2.t.LJlS
6 Ln.'J.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I* Brownlee I t visit in Baltimore, :Md., with Mr. I .Th. regular crayon work Bible 'FLOUR IF IT PRICE- '
h lay U Geiger of Green Cove 1 and daughter, :Madge and Chan and Mrs. Carl Aldeman. study will be given next week, the 23c 41 C 79c r
iI. was a business visitor Stlth, Jr., were visitors to.Gainesville subject being "Eyes; Ears and that GOLDEN. RULE ,
Tuesday afternoon. I Sunday afternoon. Rev. George F. Scott, a member which Is above the cars." You I

,I ..;....- of the faculty of Southern will love the Illustrated' hymn to V
iMrads of J. H. Lord will regret i Mrs. C. W. Chalker and ,sons, College Lakeland, was here this be used at this' service There Is 8111V1CB'S CONCORD GOOD APTIJ. e>n1dOINOER
learn of his continued illness atM of New Orleans La.,are enjoying week visiting his brother and slJ- no age limit and the fact:of the '0" A Pili QUALITY ORAPEFRUiT

\tone, on Madison Street. visit here with her parents, Mr. ter-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'A. Mission being'' ''An'upper room" JUICE PEAS JUICE
ALE
Ittaa .and Mrs A :M. Darby. Scott. Mr, Scott's many Starke ,does not seem to binder< as ages
Stith, Jr, of Jacksonville, friends were delighted to see him are noted from time to time from
tore visiting his grandparents, Steak and chops. Twenty-four again. 'one year to eighty odd.. 3'Bottles 25c Pint _15c 2 Cans '_ 25c 3 Ca n. .. 2Sc

I judMrs. H. L. Brownlee. hoar service at Hate's. : "An upper .rom, ah could we see
IfciHuida Col. and Mrs. Murray Heflin, This Is the place to worahlp'Thee;

BrtnaoD and Corpening Miss Martha,Miss Tony Pat- Mrs. Randolph Boree, of Jacksonville and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of The King still seeks and never COFFEE WEEK TIP TOP MARKET ,

spent several days here Lexington, Va., are guests of Mr. Urea
Monday in
Jacksonville. last week with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Wm Norris this week at Of entering rooms which have no' FLORIDA

gnt J. D. Doyle, Mrs. C. A. and Mrs G. H. Bennett. their home on St. Walnut Street. spires" Y |Green Coffee, 2 Lbs 25c
t and Mrs. Hulda Corpenlng Col.: Heflln la athletic coach, at CHUCK ROAST 10.) 19C

> visitors In Jacksonville- Miss Alice Fernandez, has gone Virginia Military Institute and also SHERIFF IS SLUGGED Charmer Coffee Can 15cCumberland .
W. F Ouggan of -- -
'to Tallahassee where she is attending is Instructor in history and TAVARES- FLO'UOA"
summer school at the English Mount Dora was charged in a warrant Coffee Ib/pk. 15c
Issued here with assault'and ROUND STEAK lb. 21c =
State College for Women. Y
Miss Elaine Edwards has returned battery upon Sheriff W..B. Gibsonof ,
jW A Satisfaction Coffee Ib.! I6l/2c. ALL MEAT
.
WORD The sheriff said ,
:Mrs., W J.. Malphurs and children from a month' visit In Sarasota Lake!! ,County. :
two weeks visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. :Duggan struck'him,jUi the temple
enjoying a Pure''d 20c
are
Coffee 2 lbs 25c STEW.lb.
COLUMN In Tallahassee with Mrs. Mai- and Mrs R. O. Daniel. She was with- a heavy glass' Ink wellr bruising Loose ;
accompanied home by her grandmother his head and blinding him with FLORIDA
NT-June 1 to Sept. l- burs sister :Mrs Mason Cooper. Mrs. Josephine Edwards ink. He said the'4,1 tack followedrn Maxwell House Coffee, lb. 29cLaTouraine
ed apartment. Two bed In the office of W.:M. STEAK lb. '29c
Mrs: Rosa Constantine and fatally Who will visit here for sometime argument a
kiohes living. room Write,'' dining Box room have11 returned to their home with her son and daughter-in-law, Kennedy, Lake County tax collector ,Coffee, lb. .29c FLORIDA 1
834 the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards. ,' over slot machine operationsnotL.ooo

___or PP'y' this office. near winter Theressa months In after Rochester spending, Minn. Aladdin Coffee, lb. .29c RUMP ROAST Ib. 17c J

SALE-Lot 2, BIk 32, Johns 1
44dlUo0. Starke. 80 crea- 366&oken Mr.: and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook iRE TiME 1 Senate Coffee, lb. 29c ,.
protected. 315 73rd and BOn of Lake City, were guests NOW IS CHUCK
ToOklyn. N. Y. 8-21-5t Fuesday of Mrs. Halbrook's par- THERE' ARE NO BETTER ROAST, Ib. 20c a
BALE- rats, Mn and :Mrs. W. L. Andrews.

hSq$.grown.00 -Porto from Georgia Rico Potato Draw- Mrs. Sam Anderson and children 9 TO THINK ABOUT CANNING COFFEES MADE. FRYERS Ib. 23el

per thousand. J. D. and left Monday FANCY WESTERN ,
Janet Lyle TEA (Our Blend) ORANGE i
ltp for Rome, Georgia,where they will II

IaNasLlty ALE-at LAKE COTTAOIC spend several weeks,:, with-relatives. WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR QUICK DELIVERY PEKOE, !%-lb. pkg. jJL! >> 25c ROUND STEAK lb.27cBALLARD'S ,

i r.. bargain price. See 11
,, Conservator Bank ':Miss Grace Androu of Starke TABLE TALK Oil HOUTHERN BE tITYPLAIN OR HELF.RISING
It&rksekwell e' It. eft'Wednesday for points In New I FRUIT JARS-Pints and Quarts C 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS. Y
She will 8
Rhode Island. '
and
rnCE SuPPLIES Typewritmachine fork for a period of two weeks S ."
be t
gone
bon.. adding ribbons, -- 8 FRUIT JAR CAPS : n no FLOUR 24c 45c 85c
paper
,
r machine typewriter' paper, :Mr.-and Mrs. Percy Thomas and p .
paper second Jacksonville, 'were
17 011 sale at the Bradford {children vests Sunday of of Mr. and Mrs. A. FRUIT JAR RINGS ; U

Telerrllph' office. ,Phone I. Thomas, at their' home near w

,tf 3Urko.. No. 2 and No.'3 Sanitary Packing Can and Lids '
INT: BROOKFIELD MAYONNAISE' RELISH) .jPl 15c
meal. RIg Front cool upstairs The beat chicken dinner-<0c- BURPEE CAN SEALER FOR NO. 2 and NO. 3 CANSIRAIFOR1 ,
rooms
K porch. Furnlahed., Mn.: a. HAir!.. ii ? '
r. BEST l WHITE PLATES ;
ItfIIQ' Rev and Mrs. Laurie O.Ray HARDWARE CO.
The
.- of Fernandina. are, 17cl '
Furnished I&p8rt. and children BACON Lb. 20c BACONLb.
4eUt Private bath extra: expected to arrive here this afternoon ., .
It of (QUALITY AND SERVICE) ,
pC I
Caralfe free. F. and will be the guests I I n8i''

4 Phone 54, St&I'ke,: Fla. Kisses Olive and Amelia Ray and Bao oao-
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,t I FRIDAY, dl'\E
21,
FLORIIDAflMERs
tL IIR"DFOKD COUNTY TEUCGRAPII. 8'l'ARKE.
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(,j. .- Interest Cut Seaboard AddsNew Local' Trail 1] vN R o

On Bank Loan I
t A new local passenger trail, NEWSNews
STATE
convenient LIVE
COLUMBIA, S. C.-The Interei ton providing a much more
between
-
SECTION tfy the Federal schedule for local passengers
made
all loans
and return -
n Land Bank of Columbia association through la Tampa-Jacksonville to be inaugurated by th$ of Florida In Short Paragraphs

Agents national farm loan Seaboard Air Line Railway. Th J
cent for
will be reduced to 34 per of the trainIn' both directions -
first trips
In the on*-
all Interest payable ,
will bo'Tufid\ 19.{
commencing July 1 I, -
year period _'!!''IIIIII"- -- -
4b.: L1 :._ .r 1039 and to four per cent for all ;Mr. T. J. Griffin Seaboard, TOWNSEND IN FLORIDACLEARWATERDrs
J11 coach MODIFJEDTALLAHASSEEAIlsteeJ
t --. I interest payable In the two-yea representative here said the ORDER IS bod- F. E
1. 183< of the new train are to be
commencing July es
l RURAL Hints To HousewivesWeekly Julian period H. Scarborough, presIdent equipped with deluxe seats-spa- lea for school buses will not be Townsend Long Beach Cal.. who
attained national prominence
announced today. On clous, modern and extremely con necessary. An order issued last has
, of the bank .
his "old pension pJan"arrived
bodies bj through age
SENSE steel
COMMON the bank to require
from Home Demonstration : loans made directly by fortable. year modified In Florida this week and U
" and not through national farm- The new train, numbers 16 anll July 1, 1033, has been
' Tallahassee scheduled to address a number of
By SPUDS "JOHNSON Specialist loan associations the interest rat 15, leaves Tampa at 7:40: a. m. to allow those with steel frames. Townsend clubs In the state. The

will be one-half per cent higher lor arriving Jacksonville 1:90: p. nOn KNEW Townsend was an issue in
plan
SHORT COURSE FOR 4-H BERRIES these periods.The the return trip, it will leav DITOR and advocates throughout UP 1'0 ,..m..n III WI
congress
k CLUB BOYS CONTRIBUTESTO 1 gal. blackberries temporary reduction of interest Jacksonville 3:00: p. m., arriving JACKSONVILLE W. Daviea. the nation a number in millions every ijiLjrii_ -

f, THEIR DEVELOMEN 2 os. tartaric acid on all Federal land bank Tampa 9:00: p. m. was appointed recently as auditor contend that this or a similar Me WOIIder yea na'hihw! ?&
1 pt. boiling watet [ service changes an sd bej* at the ekfltoir11
loans having Installments du< Other train for tbe Fourth FERA district to
if a Ions
will adopted prove
From farms in every section) sugar prior to July 1, 1938 Mr. Scarborough nounced by ear: Oriffln/were tha succeed W. Ramsey Cole, 87, held plan toward national Watch sell' OTtt,",",,, ,
of Pour boiling water over berries,, I authorized by trains 11 and 12, operating him step recovery. .... may lead to Si i
: the state to the University said was ;; the present under a warrant charging other
stand 28 hours. Drain in Jelly I and I Townsend followers from 11' .We .oos -Headache $
let Jacksonville ..
of 1930, between in
Act of relief -
: Credit 91,360
Florida last week came 250 add the Farm with embezzlement of the state are cordially invited ..
bag. For every pint of Jute Interest will be discontinued with) parts i _,. ... .,
youths to attend the annual .-H 1 pint of sugar. Add acid,put In which baa been approved. the Tampa last in:each direction 01 funds. to hear Dr Townsend speak stun nnphaunt
Course. sterilized bottles; cork aa for trip at the Clearwater rally. WIlT doD" 7" try Dr lIo.t
club boys Short round sugar. Boll 10 minutes am June 19. rvere..t Mentae Tablet
30
spirited and blackberry Juice; let simmer SAFETY UROED Jr.t. III
These bright-faced ikim the syrup. OM a halt flees die
intelligent boys came to the Unlverslty minutes. Weigh perfect berries and allow Conveyances('real estate In ORLANDO-Safety on the highways DISPUTE SETTLED .... aak_ a ple&lllUJt, 'PIIdIo

{ for the four-day Short' Blackberry acid Is to be uaed as equal weight of sugar Put sugai Orange County, ,Fla.,", from January will be preached from Methodist OCALA-Purchase of all theproperty deU&"thD7 eeetlfal

Course with two definite alms In a foundation for summer drinks the bring to a boll:amiklm. 1 to February', 1939, totaled pulpits throughout Florida of Silver Springs Paradise toorer-taxed: nrn?
in ;
mind: to study and to have fun Put 2 to 3 tbsp. (to taste) In a Remove-syrup the syrup from' thefIre 1,926, which'sbows'that real estate June 30. The ninety-second an- by Ray & Davidson; lessees of Dr. MOasf Narrfate. h

t y R. W. Blacklock, Extension boys: glass fill the glass with water and before adding the berries. in that section' "picking up. nual conference of:the.church In Silver- Springs, baa been agreed sade ha twe fonu-LlqaidS.
ffamsseent. Tablet.
t and others who were Ice. -as......:-__ Florida ordered the safety sermons The prolonged controversy Both a.q
club ber-
t+ agent Soiling syrup will cause the upon. the aims soothing effect.
toll
fn charge of the Short Course fee: Freaervml' Berries lee to shrivel. A hotel in 'Antrim, England,, as a step toward reducing the between the owners of Paradise JUSM ,... eng stan

mire that the boys achieved their Pick over berries, putting aside until berries are which is becoming popular holiday of highway accidents, especially on Park and the operators of the re-

purposes all good shaped, firm berries; wash ender Cook being slowly careful not to over- resort, has not'' a single. bath July 4.. ... :tort at Sliver Springs haa arrived r r: 1'.11.ES'e I
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All of them were leaders In theIr the others and strain through a ooR and break the berries. Lift room. ''at a point of settlement and Ray 7 lt: <:.e/zt

respective counties and were selected >ag.. To 1 pound Juice allow 1 : and pack In- TRADE INCREASE & Davidson are. about to obtain J
berrIes out of syrup Installment dates oo-
on
club records payable JACKSONVILLE: This city control from the ( IffQ
of
basis virtually complete
on a NERVISM.TU.E.tJi
C. to. sterilized Jars. Strain syrup urrlng: after June 30, 1938 will beat .
'v Cooperation of various civic and effect and thereby Improve their ver berries and let them stand the original contract rate, was the.only city represented at lead of the springs to the. Ockla- : >
made It'possi' stock and crops.Afternoons Mayor LaQuardia'B conference of vaha River.
social organizations
:
la before Haling one-fourth
ver night Jars which is four and percent
ble for them to attend. found them playing representatIves of seaport cities
.
On the following'day place cap on loans now being made
farmers In the pool and on the baseball diamond that could boast an Increase in its
Their parents and other the and loan -
,,y aely on Jar process through national farm associations trade
would have taken a keen delight pInt Jars for-19 minutes. and varies from five to 1934 export and Import
the Short They governed themselves and through its port, Mayor' John T.
at
in observing them made
loans prioro
cent For
Cobbler ilx on
Blackberry per Expert Repairing
c adhered strictly to office overlong
Course. They had fun-plenty of most of them A.lsop reported to'his.
flour : April.. 1935.:
It-In the swimming pool on the he rule's} of behavior that were 2/4 cups teaspoons bakln&powder- The Interest rate reduction provided distance telephone from New

baseball diamond, around the aid down for them. fork.,
act Mr. Scarborough
P time.. The 1 teaspoon salt by the ,
fine
had a .
with The boys
< associating
< campfire and in aid will affect only'Federal land
state ,but nstructlon they received the fun Leg? NIGHT RATETALLAHASSEEAU
the ,
boys from all over 4 tablespoons shortening ank loans all of which are first Smith Garage
and the friendships they
telephone
I fun was not all there was to the hey had loans. The interest rate
? Short Course-not by a long shot; made at the Short Course will undoubtedlY 1-4 cup sugar; mortgage land bank commissioner loans: companies: operating under the ju-
1-2 milk' in
laid aside their contribute to their so- cup risdiction the Florida Railroad
The youngsters blackberriesSift whIch are made on either first or Phone. 120
play in the mornings and went to fat mental and physical,develop 2 cups Commission have been notified to .
dry ingredients. Work in second mortgages on farm property -
claaa with serious faces and a desIre ment. eliminate the evening rate on long
listened to Fun study, and friendships hortenlng rather finely. Beat egg may not exceel seventy-five toll and place Night
to learn. They llstance charges Wrecker Service Day or
ofouth. Into milk and stir liquid Into dry per cent of the appraised normal .
the development
specialists In dairying, livestock, mean much in heir: reduced night rates In effect L-
land bank
com-
one-half ralue.
Roll out to Formerly
.
of Those In charge of the igredlents. I instead of 830p. m.
horticulture, and other phases it 7 p. m.
loans could be made only,
surface with butter. nlssloner -
Dot
for this ich. .
believe that,
agriculture and took notes on the Short Course rhls ruling permits telephone subcrlbel'll ,e
received. They reaaon./'the boys will not soon for- Spread with sweetened fruit-Rollup. for the purpose of refinancing the lowest''toll .
Al, instructions they handling lightly. Place in debts, repurchasing farms lost to enjoy .,. e.. .. ....r- --.r-- -
,
and wanted to ret It and half'earllerban
hour a
asked questions rate one
and for work-
Those who made It possible for greased pan. Bake in moderately through foreclosure
for they
1 know about many things, heretofore.
Under the amended : ..
until
400 F., ng capital.
hot degrees
r wanted to take the advice and Instructions assured' rest, toroughly. oven 'cooked throughout and iw, these loans can also be made .- I'm In terrible.shap You're suffering from
they heard back to their HARD ON GOSSIPS I
homes with then) to put them Into not In vain.. Icely browned on.surface. to finance the purchase of farina PUNTA OORDATalebearers.. I | Wonder broken threads!


scandalmongers tattlers and kindred, g o slpmongera Individual, what ails mete J. & P. COATS best

were "put on the spot" by the resolution o-cord thread keeps

mc : passed by the board of pub

J : ,. ; tic Instruction last week.and the me strong and firm3 /
\ !o!
". .' tl.
i"'ltjjt public put on notice that the board .
,
:;
.. ... in the future win :snot: consider
: "'" 'ven'ZIJit complaints against tpacher, pnleai
..;; $ ; 'f .
i } < the complaints or,. ,charges are
,. made in personIn public or by'signed a
atatement.by. 'the''' person

: o Safety glass throughout. 85-horsepower engine complaining.OIL. .


Big air-balloon tires Comfort-Zone'riding WELL EXCITEMENT
CLERMONT Excitement overa
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{, f 4; ; Body-colored fenders Safe mechanical brakes b Lake possible Well,oil six strike miles south at the of South here


M'' 4 A fir Built-in luggage space. Rigid front axle: ,y fern ney caused to hundreds the well of last people week to In Jour the ANYTMaEAO usr

,
hope of seeing Florida's first big

welt brought in. Dan Link,'experienced
''
driller in charge 01'operations -

: 47 : : :rt at the well started It !all -

4 4 when he stopped drilling and got .

in touch,with J: Ray Arnold and

t % William Q. Blanchard to report
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t rb dq a : '.r t that every' Indication pointed to

fl t 14M' the approach of a big oil pocket at ; .
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of 1,305 feet. I
a depth .
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*1 URGES CRIME FIGHT I s
L I '
aj r!+ TAMPA. ; Speaking before a
rr Ma "n f -
Joint meeting of the Hillaboro

County and :Tampa Bar Associations I

I / .* Scott M.. Loftin, Jacksonville s

qN president of the AmericanBar
+1' f rRW'!' S'r Association, urged the united er t1e ,
,
local In the na
support of lawyers '
tional. fight against organized

crime. "Lawyers, as a clawhe .

}' r said "have caught some criticism ;

because a few of,them have been 4.,

4, found In partnership with crime
but the efforts of the many toward

; better law enforcement will wipe. of these

out the stain of the few. FAMOUS
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: General Cary D. Landls has ruled: landTHISNEWSPAPER'

.l.1 't ''fp ,, .University of Florida has ample
4r -tJ authority to change Its'Official -

seal to show it was founded In 1893:

F Instead of 1903 as now shown.: Dr ONE RILL YEAR

n F ,. If'yPl, 'd 1 xyj SY John:J..Tigert. president 'of the B CHOOSCJ
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DIBECTOBICHURCH ?
": pntCH synthetic night club stars Sherry plaintively "the minute He>

.\It and Marcia were dancing together. somewhere you want to go a>
B.\pTlST o MO The muted music held them in place else? You ought to Let me '

f'IRSc.': scbool.. 10 o'clo k a. m.. !! !F! thrall. A breathless tension was down. obliging 1, eve ,
I
UI1 ; between them as if unspoken emo- They seated themselves at "Say
: tions were now at the
J'rDlng W0Supt"( U a. m. straining bar oblivious to some : '' ,

p V.6:4S: : p. m.f. ; Vr !.wM. [n.q. .y leash tances-.Caroline Brent and > '
"We do have great times to- Marsh who wore beside to her!! t'ar
8 m.
WorahlP p. A EAT R I C.e: FABER j
..JI.i1.B '
Wedn.- F i Te'.lior, Sherry said caressingly in "
?
S.y* bers MeeUng.: ," 'Two brandy and sodas,
her' ear. "And shall go on having stood
METR tlbWY eMAYER ordered. He grinned down at : r
1'. :,3OplIleek prayer- "rvlc' WededaR v't b i/eTU' ,.-a them." cia "So you want me to If )
R "Yes," Her voice was tremulousand down eh? Stick to one night regard*' '
8 p. 17--: throbbing. Then she steadiedit. his voice dropped 7 ), ,,
Chapter One I I ,i .w +
1
Church
j ethomst :v there's no danger. She can't kid- Oliver." ?f "Want to know why? Because "stick to one girl-maybe?" $ 1 I
pastdr. A DATE WITH the I'm the who Isn't in A consul- + T sa ,
M. Montgomery, SHERRY I nap man. "Poisoned htnj. too. He turnedto girl love with harsh bitter laugh
lef! B. Sc ool-10 .. m., Calmly adjusting; the Marcia strolled into the room. the mirror and saw the quickly you. Remember me?" ed him. Caroline nursing a to Mar,1" ,,1 I eR l''

SIJII1IIg Worsblp-ll a, m"LeaBue"7:16'p seam of "She can't even find him" she said concealed smile. "I saw ya," he Sherry looked at her with exasperation case of drunkenness swung ;
: m. one-silken cobweb stocking Mar.cia I evenly. leUo, Oliver." She chortled like a child "You know half the timet on him. "Stick to one girl to '

apwora Worsblp-8:00: p. m. Townsend slanted a look of sank Into a chair. "Good old reliable "Will you or won't you get adore you and half the time I'd he." sharply f'If' '
!venInt aerv frank amusement her grandmother like to murder rm In moved a flicker nk "
invited to all these Sherry He's only two hour out? you: Maybe Sherry
10U are. as the latter rapidly paced late." love," "If It Ian.t Caroline." He ." he 5 r kj4+
the!: floor of the "Is there a choice? hope
beautifully appoint The music
Oliver gnawed his lip In anguish "Get out!" She was thoroughly stopped and they feebly. '!
yteebyterliarr Church boudoir In ever widening moved to their table. only to belirou&ht "Yes. Caroline. Your old case Is
"I &
circles. .ay-that.s an outrage-keep angry by now mostly with herself I y "rr ,
H. Lowry Minister up short as they sawSherry's was the shrill rejoinder, ; t
George Ing you waiting. for having fallen In with his mood '%,'
"Oliver Allen ,
-Sabbath SchooL calling the cousin Edgar sprawled In come back from the Rlvltre to I up
e. m handsome old "Going to let him get withit even momentarily S k,'
IS Morning Worship: creature bleated"Something away one of the chairs. a broken heart."
A. t\le\ pastor. In me Just snapped! I ?" Fanny asked bluntly. She hurled a pillow at him which "Sit down Marcia" he said "Caroline please-" Marcia Marcia u '?

rsoD by m.-Junlor Christian En- will not entertain that stuffy Marcia snapped to her feet. "J was quickly returned to her with largely "Nice little nook you have ged. i' t

t,3, p. though worthy young man tonight. am not When Mr. Warren arrives such breathtaking force that It here Champagne isn't bad eith- The girl turned on her criticism s t'

,(#, m.Evenlng Worship. He Is sure to want to play patienceor or rather if he arrives 11 threw her to the bed. Then the er." He turned to her pointedly ously "Don't feel sorry for with 'ps "+ '

1:30: p. something." She sniffed. "Great be in bed." She dropped a kiss on pillow was covering her face. ignoring Sherry. Save your pity for yourself: 1 ,

Christian Church heavens, I'm not that old or am Fanny's forehead. "Good night "Say 'Uncle'," Sherry ordered. Marcia suppressed a smile "If end up Just where all of us ,"

Fll'llt Pastor J'", sweet. If you see Sherry tell him When the muffled' 'sound came I'm not too inquisitive. Edgar;who doesn't love you--he doesn'ttorrent I ,'
Rv. W. T. McGuIre Marcia grinned pleasantly. "Why I had a lovely evening but this back he released her "Now say are you with?" of tear .cAScaded down ." i

1 Bible School, 10 a., m. not suggest-delicately-that you wasn't It." 'I am very sorry I was rude to Mr. "You Decided that a,, moment face, bearing Y Ain ,1;

lcommunlon.ll Endeavor a IDo>' T -1'.' m.prayer would like to go, to a burlesque?." 'For one'' hour Just the click of Warren and I will get dressed Im-" ago Just after I gave up trying to "This Is Just the place-" look- 1

nirHtlan Wednesday 1:30: "And have him swoon on my the dice was heard as Fanny anal mediately and xcuwith him', remember whom I was with." ing her arm firmly Sherry You're Vie' t P fl
meeting hands? Who are you golne'"out Oliver played' some sedate backgammon Their glance,DIet and locked.Marcia's' "That's a break for some "girl," Dick led her to the door. Duffy .s "

'11 'a, with-not that 1: care." Fanny Then they both lookedup eyes crackled ragged Sherry observed. Marcia studied herself In '\ r''' +
'[ poaching; Second Sunday twitched her shoulders with elabo- as Sherry Warren' leaned deb lightning. Each was determinedto "And besides,"" Edgar continued mirror and sipped her drink ." 1s ,,4

'i and 8 p. m __ rate Indifference."A ouarlly In the doorway. win this battle that had started blandly, "I've' got a mission. I've ly though her head spun bash- ,
Church bad man. The worst in New "Good evening. Peaches" he off as a minor quarrel and wo got to save you from this monster. dosen conflicting thoughts. 4

Rosewood Baptist York. greeted Fanny. A brief nod ac- now looming suddenly as a test Tell me It Isn't too late" "Hello, :Marcla." Jim ; ;

I lev, ... O. Hemingway' Pastor i iI "Oh Sherry Warren again" knowledged Oliver's presence and of wits Marcia looked sad. "Alas, goodsir stood beside her I've Just d

I Service every Sunday. Bible< There waa a bristling pause dismissed! it at the same time Marcia opened her mouth and ', he's made me no Improper proposals They both watched the and he's t+ k 4
10:1' a m. Services at 3:30: "Seems to better each word was a pointed Icicle -the wIDe" Jim shook his head "
lady : me you might 'This. la swell finding you up and group. tde and ;,
[dock In afternoon. spend some time with something before I forget let me say that If' "I'm verv sorry I ever made' a date : -. ,
with Mr:Warren and I will not get r-, "For'S and X '
"
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH dressed and I will not go out with ,

ReV.L. A. Donnley Pastor ) him. v, : said ,r,
Services every first' sunday.. Sherry looked at his watch. His hand i

1 Sunday School 2:30: p. m. "You certainly enjoy life face set. "I'll give you Just five you la j
Bible Study and Prayer .Services minutes," he said quietly. "If you'renot -. .
.
"
very Saturday night. ? don't you 1TOwO end? dressed by then I swear I'll ;\ "Oh Mr I

qr f he said with unwilling adml- believe you." how to j
The door closed after him.
,ration. Ie..*
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BOB JONES Chapter Two" .*..4 I<, "v

1 pvx 1 ,1 The Perfect. Love MatchAs L. a Prince

] Comments On, Here Sherry re-entered the living .,.;" apl.e e know '

,
And Hereafter'- room, Fanny smiled at him trium- g .... he .
a : phantly."He .- i '
r dal ; : ,
Bald "What you wish D, $ marched his' troops right up ,, this Per-
Bismark the hill and he marched them / asked
have In the life of a nation, first ) .,,, t
down she crowed."That's to
con
1ei { again
the schools of,a nation. ;1 4 ,, ,
lace In ,
of the Amerl what you think" Sher- < ..,: :;;.. <' .,.,.fL'' and my ;;
[Freeman Hopwood ry answered complacently helping ..' ;"", '
Advance
for the
D Association himself to drink : much"
__it of Atheism said In an, address a h_ ".. .
of It is that e Fanny snorted. "If she goes out t\. .. are the 1
"The beauty Cj' with you now I'swear I'll\ disown ,. 1:': '
lire atheists In the '
have so many ; her." She turned and her Jaw a con-,
college faculties of America. They dropped Into a gasp. ; Have
the students all they
encourage Marcla' stood In the doorway for j ;
on. As the movement grows fully dressed. He assumed a> professional my ?'

professors will become more and" 4 Making a grimace of extreme sir. "Ilmm. Let me, sue for' ten i
I more open In their private beliefs.
muttered "Frailty
I disgust Fanny tongue." 1
thatthe your
nil the opinion of the writer "
thy name Is woman. glitter-
communistic influence*-which Marl"! iurne4Jto.Sherry.r"Well, "Vvnat e.nil matter Sherry'< j.ys: girls ought"'to .know, ,out the J

wery well-Informed person knows tramp get your coat" on., ''Good Edgar asked maliciously !"Are you l Is by, now" crowd.,
I
ire working In American colleges night Oliver 'Night Fanny." slipping." "I don't like you.laying ?'." ,

mil universities-are; going to Sherry bowed to Fanny.":'Au re- "Hurry up ,stooge-get drunk Jim." Marcia said slowly could so '

wreck this nation unless thee plain, volr. me petite-Til wake you up and go to sleep." anyone has a right to you eyes k, '

average American citizen la awakened that might turn out to.be a hus the devotion of a lifetime-" when we get in." Edgar patted Marcla's knee ly have." in her s ; ,,
to a sense of his personal re- Fanny Jerked her head IrritablY. "That will be' too thoughtful," "Horrible fellow" he told her confidentially Jim grimaced wryly. l
I band"
fusibility; Every citizen should "Hello and shut up. You've got a she answered sourly.. "has been ever since Diana's happily married Sherry's (
write the president of his church Marcia's voice was carefully good story I hope" Oliver turned to Fanny with b boy) And he drinks. Like a fish. She's lady, Moulton now. Duffy ..FF,
colleges, state colleges! and state non-committal., "Might turn out to>> puzzled frown. "Do you think Mar- Like two fish. I'll\ go further do Sherry Justice ho didn't Sherry a ?
universities and ask such specific be whoa husband?" she turned "Story? Sherry looked vague! cla's In love with +-* Sherry Warren Sherry stood up "Not with us much trouble taking her 'with }

questions as "Do you have any around. "Do I look well tonight "Oh-have' you heard >the one ? And would marry him?" you won't. Taking Marcla's arm from me. I still don't sea, ... next '

thetats\ in your faculty* /!"Do Jacquette?" .about. the Chinese laundryman an-1 Fanny was silent for a moment. lie propelled her to the bar "Wantto he added with a grim smile .) ,

you have any teachers who believe The maid's gaze swept her mis- .JO Then she nodded "Of course she's stay In this place?" he asked. he escaped marrying her" :;$
to free love?" 'To you have anyone tress' lovely features worshipfully "It'll have to be better than that In love with him-and means to "Where else?" Marcia g e s t u red eanhv r ;

In the faculty who 1* friendly "Mais oul!" to'square you with Marcia," Fanny marry him and would rather die "Oh, I don't.. know-Giro's-the "Just like he's always at St. t'
to Soviet Russia?" "Do your teachers "That's' good' was the soft reply retorted. than let him know It." Casino" marrying anybody I suppose." by the. [+<,

believe the Bible?'- "Do they "I want to look well tonight." "I am a little lateSherry sale Under the din) light ,of some !'Why', 'Is >it;" Marcia began Jim's ,glance was sharp. ,t

alas the questions to the minds of Fanny moved out of the room in unregretfully. J'was detained. -- --" I .i;{

their pupils about. the,>Word of search of Oliver; As she enteredthe "Oh well that explains everything -

Cod?" If ten million letters like living room he rose to his feet ." Fanny Jeered. THE MOST! : FINELY' : BALANCED LOW-PRICED EVER BUILT

thai should go to the head of. our with ponderous dignity. '"Good eve- "Where Is she?" r.ur r, y t

colleges and .universities they ning Mrs-Townsend. "Upstairs. And probably asleep rR t ; 1

wU4 put on the brake!,i% 1: "Good evening."' Fanny returned by now.". 1
: '., t, \ -It. strode to'the
f ; briskly holding out her ciga- Sherry masterfully You 11 enjoy
eAr') David McKtnleyv J ;prelder.t rette for a match; "Make me s door. "A fine howdoyoudo.SleepIng -

emeritus of the University of UllMls highball- Oliver." She- indicated on my time. He was outraged. r'

says "Minorities: .in various tbe'tray on the table. "Man size "We'll see about that. better in
faculties demand the right"or prlvKege -no medical dose.',' "Oh but look here" Oliver sput motoring a J i

to teach what.they, please; ."You certainly enjoy life don't' tered.' "You can't- she's In bed J _

hen they please as they please you Mrs: Townsend?".he said with "But not for long, Allen" Sher- BALANCEDt l
without accountability either' to unwilling admiration. ry assured him "Not for long."

the Institution or the public. Some if art. Her voice was A moment later a loud rat-a-tat
"Yes, an '
!of the faculty minorities spoken of caused Marcia to look up from her
almost grim. _"I don't like old la- CAR
rant Blltsen! ::r'1'
authority without responsibility dles. Don't cultivate 'em. book. "Up Dondert Up !

freedom without -accountability. Oliver ,awaUowe<\ nervously."I -'J Up Marcia!" came Sherry's voice. ;- wm 1
The defense for these things don't suppose Marcia Is Inhe, "Go away. I'm asleep.
Sanity Is freedom of speech, freedom asked. Sherry marched into the room.

of teaching liberalism,' and "She ,la but' .:.she's going out"Fanny "You get right up." 'V .
ttt necessity of having the young Marcia looked at him balefully. ;
shrewd glance.
shot him a
people acquainted with 'rear_We! "Like to marry: .Marcia"wouldn'tyou "You get right out"Sherryconsidered. ; ", L'::: ,V p'I
These
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are the academic, ahlbbol- ?** "I'll toss you Jt \ j.l.'
eIIL! [ ri HCn ? "v/J
We all believe In freedom; of i ,"Wh-err-'' for It." ..,,. :a ,j +
Poch and freedom teaching, :' FannY'lIDorted.. "You and :Mar- ,She reclined against her pillow
but freedom is JUcenf4Wbat torn between twin desire*-to run
Mafcuv
nutty of these ellt BplendldJi.iYpUjand, hold him close yF y f mss'(4, (( 'S j "(F, aMI Masyi
people really.; event I why not Jean Harlow. and Mahat- Into his arms and r. t; i w
"
not the right to express.their forever-and to throttle him untilhe If 14i4f
"Plalona.but the right tocompelwitutlons ma Gbandl?: yelled for mercy. "Til be dreaded +
ariy''comparison.
"I don't see 4.
w* and Individual to fur- Oliver replied stiffly; "Besides, she by noon tomorrow." she told l

them a platform). LIZ *,a lntlw'lon see too much of Sherry'Warren. him coldly. "You can wait If you y. a :, eS
objects to bringing do good to see
barer In lec- He'. a rotten bad influence In shygirls' please. Might you .-
on companionate marriage what It's like""Look
and he'
life. He' over thirty '
efor the advocacy of communism, been'a professional lady-killer Darling." Sherry said "1
"
"officers are called reactionary now really contrite. 'Tm sorry
There
'lid''r their action ta called a denial since' he was seventeen.unconscious about being late. You ..e. it was .
of a faint
freedom of was lust l
Those speech. Not *o. of In his voice. this way-
tinge envy
who want these lectures can "I'm in no mood for bedtime
"Oh in
hire halla and talk' themselves 'Fanny's mouth=whatever quirked' Sherry' stories Uncle Don." get all good things
Iaaree now -
I inset but they have no right to come done'In that line I don't think he's Sherry smiled winningly bear"There and ....r The new Master' De line when you rid. in it and y'
a a
ththat university-shau fur'h once "little bltsy equal measure get
IIBb a platform and lost his amateur standing""I was skunk-" Luxe Chevrolet for 1935: experience it.buoyant comfort: and
promote defend a dreat big
rtghlcau es." Dr. McKInley Is don't like see Sherry bow.Warren you can Oliver '"H m m .," Marcia pursued her' Master De LuxeCHEVROLET bring you all good things in equal Blue-Flame val e.-ia-head perform. r,
man
Godless college proteeora a at her. "He'*-he's a lips. "Auto-biographical. measure. You will be conscious ance. when you fay it and figure
glowered
Order ,want make freedom of speech In libertine:' "I"inay have threatened to paddle as you he,ad-for of it.finer balance when you took at up what you gel for what you p.y.h aI +
atheist and communuU I "There's good deal to be said that Sherry, I and note its
and Godless degenerates avnced on her menacingly. He well-proportioned S. and drive this finer car-(odorl
Qqt Iiberttoe.r'.Fanny.admittedwith
q"of the boys and girls of'Am r- I for a ,muchabused' reached for the sheets. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT. MICHIGAN

._.....' Fellow If Americana, TXi.wuraht : ,, a' lot.sighThey're Fragrance'dellpts, "Stop It. Sherry and go away." 0.o.,chw.hr'.s....,.....,,,...M4.., c, M.A. Co_ A Caw./-..,.. ,.... {
sit '< | "Don't want to go away" Sherry

JOlt' ini.Vr1 will i ""o"", buslnes JU 0V*goon 'I them,.often ugliness than nauseates not the libertine'themMore pouted ,"want to play""You .. OtAUUt AOVKHTUCMBNT CHOOSE CHIVROUT_ FOR QUALITY. AT LOW,COST ;

Out' Wake up same day to find victim"thanany get out of her or I'll call
, the I I. more his "own

:1Ia lvmora. but country atheistic Is not'Soviet America Ru ,of' Oliver his'.aUecl cleared'ble victim throat*!!'- porten-, Fanny"Won't". do. 'you any good." was Torode Chevrolet Co.

retort.. "I poisoned
' : tiously. "Would yoii like.to ..* the prompt
1 "
011CoIaat
her, .
.War- _
: February 6, JI311. PtDeDUt Marcia married' .to' Sherry. ; twitched- at ,.her lip STARKE, FLORIDA 4T ,
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EIGHT" _.__ ._ _BRADFORD_ COtftrrVnEUBGRAril STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. Jt.1'JJ ,
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished When STRONGER to Congressman Washington THAN Green EVER last week returned TOO LATE ODD---BUT TRUE


1877 following a short visit to his home
here he told reporters that the TO CLASSIFYBr .. --

MEMBER.Vr President and the New Deal are KAY .
-PLORH1APRESSASSOCIATION both "stronger than ever among areretarh Br ,Florida Prcu A... 1-10.5'1 -""II-.

1935 my people. --C:; NO. 51 Q,61LI'TIMEALARM
6 j I "Right or wrong, they are for
-- :}.otma/td :J dotcdcz" _. Mr. Roosevelt," was the way the Ton know his( business Of beln'a

- -..-_ .. .. Congressman put It. member. ,of te legislature ain tall eED.e .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Mr. Green was essentially rightIn It's cracked ,yp Jft,beA> :, poor TM
his of the situation solon has a'hartf enough', time ate OBJECT OP 'l1lllNVFr
summary loro
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida
here. In spite of whatever vet tendln' committee, meeting, dod- IS TO PROVIDE STILl
_. .- -. _.- <' : A ALARM
backs or failures the President has I gin' lobby-lizards: side-stepping .
E. L. Matthews__...__________________-.Editor and Owner encountered In his struggle. to attractive attaches dlggln' out] ,e,.... ARRANGED TO CAUSE eOCCUP.N"

li .. .. from under the telegrams and all
--- ----- -- ---' -- ---- -------- bring order out of economic chaoshe TO ROLL OUT
r SUBSCRIPTION RATE has bad and will continue to the: rest. .:. .a
': OF BED AT A
have the support of the majorityof But after sixty: jittery days, to e PREt -
"s Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance rational people here. go home with your nerves on edge OETERMINeo TIME / ...

; Advertising Rates on Application But that Is not enough. The and your brain, In a fog imagine I
-, number of his loyal supporters and havin' the little woman meet you
the number of people shown In the at the door with a rollln' pin anda ,
All and work makes Jack broke
play no a boy.
hard set and "SO
last census of the county shouldbe Jaw say you .
r ikV o identical figures. But here and finally decided to come home, did I
there you will find an occasional; you r Here it Is Sunday June 2nd ,
Most popular phrase of the season: "Lovely June Bride. malcontent who has not had tho and the legislature closed at noon I

o exact amount of dollars and cents Friday. Where have you been all II
I
that he thinks should have come this time T Don't lie to me you big
None are BO pathetic as the fellows who try to fool them. hla way. The voice of this type of Palooka. Me slttln1 'round, keep-

selves. ; |II, person is raised early and late in' your, supper.warm and worryIn' -
o against the President, and his about your beta' kidnapped or 1
,Ifs teeth are Just aching to bite a had run into** cow or something. t SHOT UP
'A lot of business firms are tickled pink to see black on ME. Where THls.suae
hunk out of the hand that has You-you-ANSWER FEU YOU CHUMP.
their ledgers. been feeding him for the past twoor WEREyouonthe.; night of June E 1 ? IT'S ONLY THISTIMEALARM is A HOT
U3
"
.! re.years... let? 'p I per / IDEA
ut course, n< is impossible ia:< And In a daze toe poor guy 1
,f Nowadays if wishes were horses the horses would be say what would have happened mumbles "Mr, Speaker, if the lady pIR W4 BED WEBOU3HT !

:,1)1") automobiles. If it had not been for the will yJeld..then he kind of gets eVitp rrt
; New Deal program. There are few his bearings and says !i'Now you .
.
oj
Bjj
business men, however-If any- don't understand sweetheart. You I /
1:4 j: The sea of matrimony is sometimes just' an'inlet to tha who will deny that it saw them see it was like thin-."

.;$.; ocean of divorce. through a very critical period-a "Don't 'awe h.art' me", she
period In which many firms here : screams Ilftln' her rollln' pin, "an
,
0 f and elsewhere were on the brink swer: my question-where WERE a
Jf i' Add similes:.As changeable as a woman's mind and the of bankruptcy.It you on the night of June 1st?"

French cabinet. Is a fortunate thing that the! "Well, if you'll just listen a
J
y:;! type of person who is not thank- a minute darling, I can explain t
"Ii"r? 0 ful for what he gets but' rather 'everything, I've been In the House. l I WATER
YZS
,:w Mother Nature has plenty of grit and she tries to sprin- spends his time howling about You see, we just got through a few '

t t, kle it all ,on spinach. what he didn't get usually has hours ago, and I came straight CRa +
very little influence with his fellow home.. Didn't even wait to have a j _ART
':; G men. His acquaintances know his drink with the boys:! !" C I-IEI.F Jtb

'.f.. The woman who is over-weight does a lot of heavy thinkIng opinions to be biased and his mindto "So you think you can lie out of

|'if : on a large scale. be warped by petty personal It. do you? You think I'm dumb?

grievances. Well' I happen ,to know that the & ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT
'.1' 0 Mr. Roosevelt will probably fare legislature Is In session just SIXTY ,- ).......St-Ov.wn .
The Gainesville Daily Sun thinks the Supreme Court deft just as well- or betterwithoutthe days and It Adjourned at noon _--ron '_._ u______ .

cision on the Blue Eagle was a fowl blow. support of his bellttlers.. May 31st=and I'm,ask In you ndt we'll put In,_another Presi Plan'is all washed up and-a for 1 Eight .thousand five hunk

0 n_ right on 'where were you on the dent. bra',hope have a" real jolt comingto people are now earning their boa|
"
USE THE LIBRARYFor night of June 1st 7' His tone was 'quiet 'and confident -, them. and keep In transient toun

When opportunity knocks most people peep through the the first time In its history So the old boy swallows his Ad. There wasn't any boast 'or t 1 Well I haven'ti exactly made up camps operated by the Fedel|

window to make sure it isn't a book salesman. Starke Is to have a library witha am's apple and'starts explainln' brag. He stood there and made my mind about the/ Townsend Government in Florida.
considerable pumber of. books, all over again: "Well honey, you that sweeping statement as though Plan.- 1 want to mess It 'round In +----
0 regular hours and rooms equippedfor see we stopped the clock! Now'I he were simply stating a fact. my mind for a while, but I'll tell I There: are 30,000 persona In Lol
i It would be a fine thing if some budding genius would reading. can understand' you got the I've had guys tell me "We're you ONE thing I'm sold on Dr.I don living in cellars!! ,.or basemen

invent an air-cooling apparatus for a hot temper. A library project has been approved Idea that Saturday was June 1st, gonna elect a new''Governor"" or Townsend and I'm satisfied w, TRAIN SCHEDULE! :
o under the FERA and this but you see, while it may have "There'll be'a new Senator' In will hear a lot more about him. Effective June 16th train
Is welcome news to the many book Washington when we get through'! .
been June let. here, In Tallahassee and 12 will be discontinued a
Debt was once regarded as an anchor. But there lovers here who heretofore It much horseradish .
are so have It was before be in' noon last Fri. and was just so FREE TEXTBOOKS. trains IS and 16 will run as flows |
few nowadays who have a desire to.go any place. been forced to buy expensive volumes day. You see, TIME don't mean : and banana oil. But here wa :
n{1 o themselves or else go to the anything to a 'legl lature," a man telling me "We are going to 'TALLAHASSEE The'' state Southbound
trouble of sending to a library in this the little elect a whole blamed congress and board of education voted this weekto
And at point woman No. I-Due' Starke 11:31: P. !
If you don't believe little things are most important you some distant town for the books breaks into tears. "To think President on top of that" and I prepare Its free school text No.19-Due Starke <4:08<: P. |

t should see the way some children boss their, parents. they wished to read. that you would do a thing like found myself half-way believing he book purchase order on a basis No. 107-Due Starke D:42: A.

0- The value of a library and the this. to me!P" she sobs "After all was right. of' $800,000 expenditure for the No. 191-Due Starke 10:57: P. 1
books in It to a town vary in direct waitln But homehow I wasn't just listening
this
hours of coming
After its lengthy absence these anguish year .. 'Northbound
prosperity might be so. proportion to the use they are and worrytn and 'wonder in'! On to the voice of Doctor F.E.: W. S., Cawthon- state superintendent No. 2-Due Starke 5:22: A.I
; changed when it returns we won't be able to recognize it. put to by citizens of the commu top of .all, 'that you come home Townsend was listening to the of public Instruction, recommended No. 16-Due Starke .12:43: P.

+-----"re'-- nity.t A library that Is never used DRUNK0! ,, /> vole of millions of Americans who the $800,000 figure, after No. i08-Due"Starke 5:11: P. 1
Eight million live one'doUar Is merely something to boast about But there's no"need of our car have made up their mind, and I'm : saying present'sources of rev Starke and Wunnee Branch
germs can on a bill. Nature to'outsldera-it can be of no possible ryin' the/illustration' any further. telling you I just don't know But enue for free textbooks Indicated No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P.1

is unfair; Some of us can hardly live one day on a dollar. benefit except for exhibition I. just wanted you to realize some anyhow rye got a crazy idea that collections of $893,000 for the coming No. 102'-.Arrives Starke 1:50:: Pi

purposes. of the worries and hardships that those who think the Townsend year. T. J. GRIFFIN
The motorist who We want our library to become a attend the life of a legislator.
always demands more than half the permanent institution vital .
very ---
clock bush
But this atoppln the
qj 'road sooner or later gets all the he of the life of "
room wants-in the cemetery part our town. ness is kind of hard for a poor ruW FlNGEflPMNTFAUROrSlfUTHOlTHAIL
In order for this to
come about it
his '
dumb to through
1 will be necessary for everyone to' head at layman that. Of get course I know OF A TIRE FROM COAST TO I CO

4 o take an Interest in its welfare that when it's twelve o'clock here f sum Oman ttnara its stum UMVEKI innTRIP
A third party will never succeed because those who believe Those who have books at home It's only 10 o'clock In Denver, and Tttstet

in its principles still do not want to throw their vote that they have read and enjoyed that when it's today at the international :...:. i
1 away. should be glad to share them with date line, it'a tomorrow onthe' cCUa :
; others by lending or donating them
other side or yesterday if you
o to the local library 2 ..wj.r
are gouV the other way. And I'm
a"" A "garden is something that is planted to encourage theneighbor's The habit of reading Is Just at also aware of toe,. fact that a guy
easy to cultivate as the habit of chickens to become acquainted with violent named Joshua'commanded the sun
c your doing a lot of other things that
temper. to stand still but I can't help won. HERE'STHE
are much less beneficial ''With
diKlf-ttUAjL: la 'elk'the legislature
o good books available at no expense ,would have1 done If'' they'd been

It ia hard for an honest man to believe that other people one there wasting will be little excuse tor any.. keepln' track' If'tbe".tl)' 1e with a '/-T- t rsrrt.5 ?as, .
precious hours by simply y
sundial- and I'contend that clockor
can be dishonest. Sad experience will teach him in the .sitting and wondering what he no clock, TIMES,, MARCHESONI
long run', however !i. going to do. to .pass the time Ji wc --

o' away. Maybe the legislation passed ar.regria.l- tnrF +

''lt Uncle Sam Is increasing his army. This will likely helps Make the library u a habit.ADVENTURE and signed after the 60-day period 'aTIRE' =
I had expired is law and,maybe itain't.
solve the problem of what to do with your surplus Irish potatoes STILL HERE There's a lot of room ,for

this ,year. Those who lament that the spirit argument on that score, and after
of adventure la dead and that nothing swenrin' to tell I the truth. the
a
ever happens anymore should whole' truth and nothln but thetruth
w, ,Some folks are so innocent they think a hangover from leal'h, a lesson from the exploits of ;. it some smart lawyer was

It .drinking, liquor is when they see a young fellow hanging over Paul Livingston, Tampa man, who, to point his index finger at Buddy
BW the side of an automobile. with his family, has travelled from Bishop and say; "Did you or did 1
I one end of the country to the other you''not sign that bill prior to "
0}; ---0 In a'' dilapidated automobile twelve o'olockaea on May 31st- FOR YOUR

\\t{; One young lady remarked that there certainly must be without the expenditure of one answer YES or NO!"-what would

i. some mighty ugly men in the legislature when she cent of his own money. his answer,be'? '
read that ,
'";' 'they had stopped the clock. A year and a half ago Living'atop If It'a.l"wful and,i legal ta...stop 'J U.L Y 4tH'-
I: made a bet that be could see TIME In'one place: why not In an- _
America exn na* free And
armed other' A lofof.poor
uI" : wretches sit-

I""A; Emily} : Post-might be all right, in. theory but we'd like'to set with out.nothing By sheer but a scrap nerve'bo"k-i and;; it* panda tln\iJn.death: cells watchhV..*, the :
;go 'round 'would like that
I-' see her,eat the neck of a chicken with a knife and fork and pleasing personality' he has''persuaded privilegeMaawja.. guy' *

'; .get any enjoyment: out of it. hardbolled/ hotel managers horn at 3''A. *v: would like to be and many happy care ALLWEATHEI

: 0 restaurant proprietors and garage able to laugh It.oft with a wristwatch free mlle-
e men all over the country to simply he'd stopped at 6:30.: :
!." Way out West a man recently hired another to commit autograph their bills and pastathem But you figure |.lt out-you like

murder.for $10. It this price-cutting continues it won't be In his scrapbook'unpaid. puaalesl, JI' .
-ti' long before No doubt after he buUt his I V
up
crime really won't pay.; rep. --'--""-- '',"---'-r--i GOODBYE A RGuorontttdatotntt \
utatlon! Livingston found It an '
!
RUSSELL KAY INTERVIEWS '
0 easy matter to talk his creditorsInto EVIDENCE
;t DOCTOR TOWNSEND
,
Some firms are now furnishing mail order houses all falling for. this racket, but U .t : .
,
\\i" ready to be put together. Wonder if they are equipped with must have taken uncanny powersof + rood fasxsrda aer '
a persuasion to put the scheme .(Continued from Page One) Extra Safety Extra MiUg*-FM> dsfn !
mail order cat i is IN
and
;
,6 a mail order wife? across when he first set out from a new President unless he changes ROLLS

c 0 Tampa.Far hfa.attitude, and rm ,afraid he's

.' 'Some'one has suggested that there should be badges to be'It from ns to recommendthis Dot going to" VJ""Our : Our ,terms' ".. 43% MORE

.;, distinguish a tax payer from an office holder!: The worried are' in bumming Idea to others who "Witt be,campaign,1 concentrated? he In continued.the state make .buying PROVED! MIL E SO 1

s. look on. the face. of the former should help a lot army of search tourists of all adventure.seeking some An. .stiof I the Mississippi. We are a 'easy GoodjrearSpeeJuayTire; The 51'C REAL NON-SKID-fre

-o .. thing for nothing would be a worse strong enough in the west wherewe quently exceeded.: :
-1.. Avery Powell .that scourge to the county than the have enough votes to dominate I costs M low : 'GooDYEAR
suggests
,,, someone invent cigarette elections." us '
: dime letters were. We'' merely PROVED!
thimbles to keep nicotine from.coloring milady' fingers. They quote the Incident to prove that rNatlonal,,headquarters will be MARGIN 0'

would probably prove more popular than the old style thimbleat the spirit of adventure Sa'DOt yet established InWashington: shortly '. SAFETY,stop cars quicker |
that. dead and also to Illustrate that al. I hop, and trained/ "organiser wW In
j
emergency
moat anyone will fall for any rack' be' sent out on.our campaign."
0- et-oNCE. "Do you expeet. to, present Motor PROVED SUPERTWIST

. i A professor believes that hen eggs will be as large as .-- presidential. candidate. In 1936?" ,I Register Co. CORDPROTECTION >
B ecI.
''1 footballs in a hundred years. Their Increase in size maybe Among the Moors U a wife does I "We 'would like to support ailnlC

,accounted for by efforts of the hen to keep up with the advance not become mother of a boy she Franklin D. Roosevelt as our candidate blowouts.
: in must be divorced with consent of ," he '
: prices. replied, "but he must
thin tribe STARKE ''''''''''IOCMIVINIpp
.,, and caD'IllUTY again. change his attitude, and If be does FLORIDA 'I'i .






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