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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 28, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ORE OWNERS HALF-HOLIDAY SECURITY ACT VERY IS LOYAL GRIFFISDOUBT$ TOWNSEND PLAN i BRADFORDTO

ON FOURTH TO BE OB- TO BE EXPLAINED AT
SERVED AS USUALBY TO TELEOWlt-HIS COURT HOUSE MEETING

mEIERLAW STORES I MEANS LITTLE "HOME TOWN" NEWSPAPER IF FREE BOOKS NEXT WEEK GET LOWEST

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That the Fourth of July will be Cf The Townsend Plan of old age
observed here with only the usual Avery Powell, wtdol/1: read, revolving pensions will be explained
Thursday half-holiday became evident 'f TO AGEDHERE, columnist of the'Florida TlmeaV HERE IN TIME II at a mass meeting to be held WAGE SCALE

this week as a petition circulated Union, named' the Bradford at the court house here Monday 1

by Marshal A. L. Alvarez County Telegraph as his favorite night at 8 o'clock, W. H. Ogden.of +

File-Permit failed to entice sufficient signatures Must Wait For newspaper when recently All Schools Except Keystone Heights, has announc iateol FERA Pay
questioned on the subject by "
Must
to make it effective.
Blank By July 1, Although It Is customary to Pension Vote In friend.In Starke To Open ed.Mr.. Ogden i Is Inviting everyone Based! On Population 1

close here only half a day on tUe Next.ElectionLEGISLATURE his "Sbort: Talks" M('. July to attend the meeting and promises

lee Says Fourth some store owners felt entitled Powell said: I to reveal some Interesting -

to,an,all day vacation because The other day a friend drop facts and figures.EMPLOYERS". PENDING '
B.tIN5 Y SET UP ASKS THAT OLD ROOKS ....- WORK HALTS
ROUND WON they would get the usual ped In and asked: "You read ON ,,JULY 1
ST NEW ORDERS L t
LEGAL BOARD
MACHINERY HE RETURNED TO
I Y TAX FIGHT Thursday half-holiday anyway. ONLY every newspaper tn the State of ': -
Florida, which '1aO&your favorite When the new Federal works'bprogram
being TALLAHASSEE, June 27 (FN3)) A. J. Grlffls this
view of the attacks! T" He might have,known Superintendent gets under way here
i occupationalgross -The passage of the federal social Starke week expressed a doubt that free
Florida's new NEW BUILDINGAlmost without a.klnl"the Affected Bradford County labor will be paida
receipts tax law many security measure, carrying Telegraph. Not.Uat the Telegraph text books provided for In a law ByINSURANCE wage scale of 919, $27, 935 and ;t

Wness firms were puzzling provisions for an old age pension Is any better than the passed by the 1935 legislative session $39 per month for unskilled.- I

week over whether or not toJIMI Ready brings no aid or relief to Florldlam rest, for theyare'Ml first
,permit blanks that Compj of sixty-five years or over whom and A. No.' 1, .but because we pupils in Bradford County's work respectively, according to te'a '

M. Lee has announced the legislation! was intended to learned the trade on that paperback early schools which begin their bulletin, received this week at

JIJCIII8Iry It any retail buMnao FOR OCCUPANCY care for. around IBM when the terms on Monday July 8. the local FERA office. The Information -

be legally operated), after Two barriers, one legal the other Telegraph was being printed oa All white schools with the exception THOSE WORKING OVER gave this seal of wage ,

1- -, financial now stand in the way a George Washington hand of Starks. begin on the 3 MUST PROVIDECOMPENSATION for all counties in which the largest '

gb the blanks! have been SOME STORES TO BEFILLED preventing Florida from, participating p.... above date, Mr. Grlffls said, and town Is between 0,000 and 25- s'

nm here for almost two BY FIRST in the pension'pl n. Under Would that all people were as, ha was writing Wednesday to tho 000 population. ;

Lithe demand has been light OF MONTH the resolution passed by the loyal to the hometown paper ale state school department urging Approximately fifteen local employers O. J. Grlffla of the local office '

merchants seem reluctant to [ legislature recently, Florida citizens Mr. Powell It would be i a that a hurried shipment of textbooks : of labor will be affected I by said yesterday that he had received

the risk of lOlling their 50c( Several businesses were preparing will vote at the next general much happier world then for to Bradford County 1 bs the newly enacted Workmen orders from the district adminis-

cation fee In case the law Is this week to move into Congressman election on the question of legalizing the country newspaperman. Ware made. Compensation Law, which becomes tration to cease all work at the rend

declared unconstitutional. R. A. Oreen's new buildIng ( an old age pension systemIn glad to learn that Avery; The new law provides that free effective next Monday, it has been of the work weak here yesterday -.

i has been no announcement here on Call Street as carpenters the state by a constitutional still reads.(he Telegraph and books shall be furnished to all estimated. afternoon pending new orderato i

a* to whether or not this and painters were addingthe amendment. The constitution nomakes are Indeed proud; ti* have such public school grades, through high Every public or private employer be sent here July 1. Work hers ;c

[wilt be returned If an adverse finishing touches to make it the care of the aged a county a distinguished' ." graduate. to our school. Text books have heretofore who has three or more employees during the first three weeks of

l Idgn i is rendered on the bill. the most attractive addition 1 to responsibility and the state has credit. *" '.... been provided for pupils) on his pay-roll are included this month has amounted to ap. '

u stores in several sections downtown Starke In recent years no authority to match the federalgovernment'a through only the sixth grade. except those expressly exempted. proximately .aoo, Mr. Griffin

e state have attacked the law Erected at a cost of $10,000, the offer of $13.00 per Mr. Oriffia |la not sure that when said '
i starts at $10 occupational building occupies half a block just month for needy persons over six: the shipment of books arrives It Employers affected by this new Population of then largest city in

u.ei and one-half of one pert east of the courthouse and is divided ty-five years of age. S. S. DOLING will be sufficient to supply the act must furnish Insurance in a a county is the governing factorin

t of the gross receipt of a Into seven store spaces t of ,If the amendment passes, the needs of all county schools and he company licensed by the eta).. setting the compensation scale,
y or Individual operating varying widths.' It I 1.1 of brick and state will have the authority I to urges students through all twelve Compensation for workers protect the circular said. Florida la

pore and climbs to $400 oc- stucco construction and plate glass act, for the legislature also enacted Loved Educator, grades to turn In the books that ed by this Insurance Includes medical grouped In region four with Alabama

Uoaal licensee for each store Is used extensively, In all the a bill setting up the legal they have already used. If this surgical and other attendance Georgia, Mississippi North i

demo of sixteen or more and fronts. machinery but it Is without funds; BURIEDHERF Is done the superintendent said, not to exceed $2GO. Liberal compensation Carolina, South Carolina and Ten-

per cent of the gross receiptcompany Among the businesses that expect to operate and financial provisions the supply will doubtless meet the Is also allowed In oases n.....
or Individual operaldxteea .to be In'the new building onor must be made by the 1937 legisla demand. of partial or total disability. The seal of pay In this region t4

or more ltores.e near July 1 are Gaasett's Hardware ture. -t .. : Firms and employers exempted varies from the one to be used

round In the fight was it. Furniture Company; Senator Tillman who made a WAS INSTRUCTOR IN ADKINS GIVES 'are those classified as agricultural' herth lowest-to the scale of I

first chain stores this week' Starke Dry Cleaners and,Priest's' study of old age pensions while the STARKE SCHOOL and horticultural. domestic servIce : '30, |49 $68 and 979 per month to v]
D by the 'subject was before the legislature FOR YEARS WHITE THE CHAIR be used In Dad, Duval and Hillsborough ,A,
i Federal Judge A. V. Long Ten Cent StorerAlthough estimates that between 25,000 and railroads, sawmills, flshlifg an4<) : Counties.There .

I In Pensucola. Issued a tern It has been stated that 30,000 Florida residents would be When the sad announcementwas CONVICT WHO KILLED municipal.Local Insurance agents are I will be a limit of 130 i

Injunction pr.ventlnnter ,all store spaces are apoken for, eligible and that a state appropria made Saturday morning that ANOTHER HAD BAD to handle this class of btu prepared hours of work monthly for each

Lee from enforcing Congressman Qreen,hajU.;;postponed ion of from two and one half to Mr. S. S. Dowllng was dead many RECORD n.... laborer. ?

lion of the taxes against two announcing his other tenants three million dollars would be necessary were the expressions of acute sorrow ft Ninety per cent of the person. q,,
MMMWVMHBW* d MM *M SMB>-
villa chain store ,comps until all leases have been signed. to provide a Joint state and for the loss of this splendid Circuit Judge A. Z. Adklns employed on a project must be p"

Others who have been mentioned federal pension of $29.00 a month. citizen and educator, and also expressions Tuesday sentenced! Chester Whit*, CLAUDETTECOLBERT selected from the public relief '"

as considering moving into the In providing old; age pensions of sympathy for the bereaved convict, to die In the electric chair AT RITZ rolls unless otherwise provided In (r
new building are the Western "*' for fatally stabbing Omar Wllmm, ,
the state,would relieve countie'f .
i family.a a specific ,order, by the, work, !!,
DEDICATIONOf .Union Telegraph-'offlce: : here' and of about another prisoner, at the State I ,*''*/: r
a present expenditure administrator
The The funeral was held Sunday afternoon MUSICAL FILM TO SHOW progress ,
of Wadlo last The sentence
L. B. Alexander $750,000 a year which would cut from the Methodist Church Prison Farm year. HERE SUNDAY AND .
attar will likely not, open here came after a Union County;
the actual cost of the pension planto
Rev. B. M. MontgomeryIn MONDAY
Of Airport until,early fall.'Winter approximately $2,000,000 on the with the 'assisted the Rev. C. jury had deliberated ninety-five HAMPTON BOYIn 1
;; charge, by hours last week before bringing In
basis of Tlllman's figures. H. Summers of the Jasper Methodist Showing at the Rita Theatre

9RAWS CROWD Visitor Dies 'Church, and the Rev.. H. O. a verdict.Jimmy Jones, also a convict Sunday and Monday Is "Let's Live Accident

this of the Jasper Baptist Tonight," a light-hearted rotnan-
Word was received here JOEL SMITH CASEIS Hughes and charged Jointly with Wilson's
week of the death of Charles S. Church. A quartette composed of death, was acquitted. The murder lie comedy-drama co-starring Lillian )

McCornack, 62, a frequent winter MISTRIALCOUNTY Mrs. A. 'Z. Adklns, Mrs. Mable took place when White and: Harvey, diminutive foreign FATALLY HURT
TO DAMPEN
visitor to Starke, at St.. Charles Wall, L. O. Powell and L. F. Smith, Jones attempted to rob Wilson of actress, and Tulllo Carmlnatl, debonair
ENTHUSIASM OFGATHERING COURT HAS F. H. Lony:, star.
Mrs.
111., on Thursday of last week. He accompanied by his 'watch and ,hold It for "ran cosmopolitan
died while playing golf, It is re BRIEF SESSION softly sang "The Old Rugged The popularity of Mr. Carmlnatl FROM r
som.
ported. Beside his widow, Mar TUESDAY Cross"; and "It Is Well with My Whit. serving a life sentence has been greatly enhanced by his SLIPPED POSITION
i git of rain during the early; was performance In "One Night of ON REAR BUMPER 4.
Raue McCornack, he is survived declared'here Soul.
tha Coun
A mistrial was for murder In Alachua
lot!the afternoon, Startta's mu- Lois two Samuel S. Dowllng, aged rift) Love," the recent picture with) OF AUTOMOBILE'Charlie
by a daughter, ; I Tuesday In County Judge's Court ty.: He had also been convicted of
\airport was thronged with) sons, Donald and Wilmore,_ and: In the case of Joel Smith charged one years, was born,near Clayton murder In California and had been Grace Moore, and "Let's; Live Tofight" -nineteen-year- j''
ton i for the official Morgan,
Sunday of the late A. also has muslo that
son good
Ala. and was a
two slater,. Mrs. Irene McQueenand I with reckless driving. The charges acquitted on a third murder charge died Tuesdayafternoon
,bon of the landing; field Miss Eva McCornack, of, Elgin I resulted from an automobile accident T. and :Mary Dowllng.- 'After completing In Alachua County.FRANK offers him many opportunities' to old Hampton Of youth.Injuries. received
several moatbsI .
completed attended
III., and two brothers, Roy A. 17. last In high school lie sing.
i ( on April year Monday when h* fell from th* ,
and
Normal. College, Next Tuesday Cash Night,
of Oak Park Jll., and Troy (Alabama)
McCornack Dr. O. W Brown, of Lawtey. ,
which automobilewhere
I prominent visitors were McCornack of Elgin.Mr. ? University of Virginia and Peabody PLEADS Wednesday the Rita will show "La- rear bumper on, an '
t, Including Walter R. was seriously Injured. which he' received with Mona he had been riding
Love
Comptroller.; friends College, from SANE FOURTH dies Danger,
had FOR
McCornack damages
many for of of
A civil suit recovery and a
Let Morgan group
of Tallahassee. F. H. After teaching L arri. and Gilbert Roland. Vincent Young
winter degrees
r,district engineer With the In Starke. He had been of a Mr. andMrs. brought by Dr. Brown in Alabama and Georgia he came to ACCIDENTS CAN B m Alvares won the $25 given friends were hanging onto the automobile )
visitor at the home where Smith
Alachua County, to rid. back Into Hampton
and W. O. Stuart, In Starke sixteen Tuesday night and Russell
repre- Florida and taught PREVENTED, DIREC- away
for several years. mis
John In
Uglow ended recently a at
I( the office of A. B lives also after enjoying a swim a
Major, years, In Mulberry one year TOR SAYS McRa won last week. ,
en, state airport inspector trial. In Moorehaven one year and In Thursday and Friday of next nearby lake. The automobile U
i dedication was made early ,BOARD WORK The session of court here this Jasper three years. Mr. Dowllnf TAMPA. June 27 (FNS-Wlth) week will bring "Private Worlds," said to have turned a corner and; '

[IIIe afternoon by Mr., Baumer ON FOURTHNO week' was a brief one, requiring: was married to Miss Dell Stro- the approach of July 4th, Asher the latest film starring Claudette although.' It was going at a low

complimented the local FERA. but a one-day session. The case man, of Tallahassee,' on August Frank, State Safety Director baa Colbert. She I I' supported by Joan rate of speed, the youth slipped a
III early of Mrs. Hope M. Peterson charged union to everyone to exercise from his porttloir on th* bumper.'
completion of so fine VACATION FOR 24th 1918 end to this oncugbter appealed Bennett and- Chatle Boyer. 1
("""port. Although the. Starke BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS with reckless driving was con Nettie, was borm. every ear in an effort to avoid accident I HI foot became >entangled ...-'

one of,the- awT to be tinued. This case resulted from an Mr Dowling''west. er thgreat *.. wean the bumper and Ute ear and ,
When CARTHEFT
Lit automobile accident several weeks lost 4th I the b. wa dragged, tor a short dlsxtanc t A
was one of the first to adventurer ,the ,world Pointing out that July II IIrAITE&YIUI .
7Med, Mr., Banner said. .There will not be much celebrating ago to which Mr. and Mrs. Bryant [i valuable educator a'true carlo* 'n cost dangerous day fan th. satin HERE ., resulting U butane to hlahad. >
a .
for and child were Injured. .. wheel of tile ear also
Tb
Foertb'of.July Besalsy asked that *
er Lee the mem'I has
and Mr. Stuart on '. loyal'and. gemroua Mr. Frank
& year.
...i brief addresass,.,*- Bradford County's Board of Couaty tor an of, tile Methodist Cfeorcb. a de. "very Florida,minister stress this l, OFFICERS: SAT MAN I ran over one leg and broke It a'
"teed of Commissioner for it to on.that Deficit I and broth. Sunday's sermonIn ARRESTED ACTED"PECULIAR" Morgan wa rushed her for t ,
airports to fete day Lee Sees : [voted husband father fact in his next ,
.... transportation" and day that the" body meets as a ... er. a gentleman of unusual culture an effort to impress Florldlansj medical attention but died twenty-.
upon the great, Import- Delinquent Tax Adjustment Board TALLAHASSEE ComptrollerJ. and refinement. 'So devoted to the with the danger that confronts i four hours after the accident.H .
'""' the airport program will In i compliance with a new law J. Lee told the ,cabinet this of education was Mr. Dowl them over the 4th of July holiday | An attempted automobile' theft Is survived by'hi* mother.Mr {m
110 would close Its filiical cause the bud here Wednesday Jessie Wilson\ ," and three 14
b.! rtate in future years.,, which recently took effect week the state that h. literally "presented hUbody period. was nipped In +4
firstMonday June 30 "with about$ISOO- lng afternoon when a man, giving brothers, Harmon, George and
Ipeakers were Introduced to The .Thursday after ]the year a living sacrifice" ,if or th "The men who framed our constitution +t
'Mlnce, gathered around the In each 'month was set 000 balance In the e.D8ralr."eaue physical, moral aa*. mental advancement said Mr. Frank, "bad DOtbou..t. ,' his name u. "Smith" was Ernest Morgan, all of Hampton.
airport club' time for the board fund" but he said "we are faced ,students ,entrusted : stopped as M entered town In atruck Funeral services were held Wednesday -
the
house by Dr...W. as the meeting of' I am sure, that this day
thought of looking farenough with the prospect of a deficit and So patient washe belonging to D. W. Moore, of I afternoon at 3 o'clock at ;
of Starke. and no one to his care. commemoration should be a day
eVents far ahead." of The man Is said to have th* In the Prevatt Cemetery 1
two in which cash ahead to see that the that's not very many months of suffering teressa. grave
I thiyear. measures enacted 1)ythe s through to of slaughter. round Moore's filling station near Hampton. Th Rev. O.B. 1
totaling Thursday Revenue benediction hung
[ $100 falls on a
Fourth
were awarded that It was
In the following winners 1935 legislature. he said "are his bedsides He, la If 0118but "Most of the Independence Day for some time when be Jumped McCauley, of. Brooker, officiated.
: [ visit at In themotor "
b tied In the courts and accidents are chalked up Into the truck and headed toward L
DrOppln the board being up be helped
l. *: D"""'. Powel- A new law gives pow received." the good principles column and If people T
1\\ t and the collections are not being of countless car Starke.Mr .
; Laurie adjust minds
Young,,second; er to compromise to Implant In the become 'accident con-
ten Barnett. third. amount required to be paid for redemption One Is the slot machine legalisation young people will continue tolive. would only to avoid Moore gave chase in a passenger I TOBACCO MEN
Stick of tax sale i bill estimated to raise 91,000-,' dead who In his scious' and take step now car and overtook the would.
not
Landing: Palmer or purchase "He Is and be on the VOTE THIS WEEK, 4
first: Laurie Young,' sec- certificates hM.bythe state for, 000 annually. record still earth shall tread." His traffic problem then holidays Florida be. thief at tk* Walnut and Madison -I
1Iab 1Vbaley sr.' 'The: and admirers I alert over Int.r ecUon. When be saw hewas
y friends
third. 133 or.any'iiuilusM many warm [would corn through) with aa.enviabto i BALLOTS TO BB RE- y
Pot of the afternoon-pro- bin states that such adjustment New Play Director tat :Starke, Jasper and wherever helived record. overtaken. Smith leaped from : .TURNED'TO DYER c,
**. a rachute-Jump. from 'most. be upon principles of' fairness of Lawtey, will ever remember the no- th* truck and started yelling forpollee. SATURDAY't
state
,
Wainwright the k'
*>t of 2.500 feet by; Duty to the county and the ownersthe Bill C. recreational ble life of Samuel 8. DowllngThe Ministers throughout H* told officers who lock !
New York stunt IlIAD who of land has been appointed Bradford County i[ Song Is ended but the melody ba... agreed to cooperate in urging -ed his up that h* was from Georgia. Every tolMlcco'er'is being
&at director for the their congregations to observerery described his actions as this week on
I vote
Jumps to his law creating the adjustment .**' They asked to cast a
creditof The BUt Yeager, lingers on.
.
i H. succeeds the holidays period
recently declared FERA. to mourn his loss arebis care over cullar' whether h* wishes the crop retluc-: Y9
rain the boards was herefor Surviving '
tr ICbeduled to program begin at L unconstitutional: in one: county who served In this capacity wife, Delle S. Dowllng and and other organizations are cooperating 1. tloo program continued for another a,
Florida
.Mr. make
dock t the but will remain the past year. Nettle; three sisters: to try and year or not according to Mr.
It,
ta. afternoon, did not contesting daughter. motor Injuries
f all walll-j far as Dies
asks persons stats as
wright th. banner Union
j,11 under way until about la effect In other counties, until in organizing Miss Annie Lou Dowllng, Miss' concerned during the> L. T. Dyer, County Agent '
Interested Mrs. Mamie accidents: are Jr. of Cltra.son .
rowds. however who had contested.' or In Nettle Dowllng and Little Lester Hall. County.
for hours and diamond ball teams center I Rainer. of Birmingham. Ala.; three 4th of July holiday_period. of Mr. and Mrs Lester A. Hall All share tenant., share croppers
were not _
disut recreational -- '
<> remained I I.Ira ,to work aJlp&w working for a brothers HL O. Dowllng, Brunswick died at the Monroe Memorial Hospital renters, and landowners) who
until the In ,a vain attempt to get In touch with him. Last Week For Taxes In production
Birmingham in Ocala Wednesday of lastwek. are actually engaged
completed almost at I Henry Palmer ofB1IAt -, Oa.; 3. C. Dowllng r
II I puzzle until 8 o'clock Ala.; 8- H. Dowting' Mont Clerk Carl Johns announced Death ,resulted from injuries of tobacco In 1936 are per*
I IAtl' Mich., sat up then went to his I Il Revival At Hampton gomery. Ala.; Also Bis mother-in- yesterday City that this week la the last received when the little fellowfell mltUd to vote, Mr. Dyer says 4

Short : l la the morning and killed, himself. A revival will begin Sunday i law Mrs. J, Stromao, a member In which city taxes may b* paid out of a door sad ruptured ablood Ballots are being mailed out togrowers
Course I bedroom vessel. The mother of thecblld all la this county thl.week. *
the Hampton
8 o'clock at beCome delinquent. '
9(. I:: .-- night at of his family. before they
1rIlddleto"n.,:Dr. F. G. Christian Church conducted by theRev. I Interment was In'Crosby cemetery Th delinquent UK Jilt for city will be remembered her as with Instructions that they r

:s Dr. III BJI'P'at--, ; Infertile eggs may be left Fahrenheit In a- W. T. McGuire pastor of the ,I with DeWItt O. Jones Com- property will b* nut In August Miss Maurice Morgan,'daughter. of muat'be returned. to him by ...tarder. -* *fJ,

'I tb UaVerelty.l>ort..eourse temperature of 103 degrees hours sadson Starke Christian Church. Services', Oa Page Eight) the clerk said. Mr. and Mrs., Leato U. Morgan. Jim* 29th.
for seventy-two o'clock. (Continued
of Florida In I I will begin each night at S r
this I
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HAMPTON----- PINE LEVEL -- Creek section with Miss Lorena Warrant Bal. end month.during O.month D. _-_- .. I
Starling. Mint. flio. 1*

I Ml*,. Ad. 1\........ Corrl.ynadeatEllisAdkins Bin. II. Al. MrKae, Correspondent AMAZE A MINUTE Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Bnl.Receipts begin during month' month O. D. ____ .. '

Mrs. T. N. Norman and children Miss Patty WImberly and Mlsi Warrant during month __ .
and Mrs. James E. Adktn relatives SCIENTIFACTS. BY ARNOLD Ruby Green were visitors tc Bal. end month, O. D. .___ /:
Mr. of Gum Branch were visiting ,
P'.'. No. IBrial {
; announce the recent marriage of here Saturday.Mrs. Starke Saturday. btgln. month O. D. ._ "'. :

their daughter Miss June Adkins, T. K. Stokes and children Carson M. Griffis was In Law Receipt during month ___._ .. 1 J : :
month
to Mr. Erwin Ellis of Winter H3 cf Jacksonville were visiting Mrs., BATH TUB LAKE tey Monday Bal.Warrant end month during O. D. ____ ;! l ':r
} yen formerly of South Carolina.The H. M. McRae Wednesday. IN AN ALASKAN LAKE PitY Ol. Ne. 16Bal. )
will make i'" begin month O. 1>. _._ .
young couple Miss Audrey McRae was a dinner HOT bPHIMCt AND MELTING The red coral' used in makln/j/ Hecvlpt during' month ?_ ] /
tour of he state before returning;; SNOWS IT pot&IBLE TO vein- .
Sunday It 1 GET beads and Jewelry is really a Warrant during. month
of Miss Nita Kelly
to their home In Winter Haven. guest A BATH AT ANY TEMPERATURE! like formation Inside other coral. Dal. end month, O. D. .___ .
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MERELY BY SWIMMING A FEW! Bat begin. month O. D. __ .
Sloan Jessie Fountain spent the weekend
Mrs. Alllne of Plant City; atcoNEs.r Eggs with a deep yellow yolk Receipt during month ___ .
aunt. Mrs. O. fWadsworth with friends at Penney Farms. Warrant during' month _h .
Is the guest of her food value
Mrs. Louise Snowden of Starke, generally have more Bal. end month O. X). ____ .
q this week. than those with a pale yolk. ItlHt.' N. <4rial
part of lost week with Mr. .
spent _
of begin month O. D. h
and family .
Henry Dennison and Mrs. Britton Alvarez. Receipt during month ._ '.
Plant City section are visiting Miss Eula Mae Dyal spent Saturday 2'I I A Chamber of Commerce has Warrant during/ month __ .
C. M. Bal.' end month, O. D. .___ .
brother, a suburb
Mr' Dennlson's been organized at Orlo Vista
: Miss _.
night In Starke with -. luterect and "lulling F...
and will visit frlendi --- Orlando.
Dennison Irene Prescott. of l>lMt. No. a
and relatives In Lake Butler, and =-- Pal begin month _____._ .
Bobble Oliver of Jacksonville .- IN'rnNnlrs'r'a: I during month .
'' return. ('OI"TV NI PBn I Heoelpt -
Starke before their spent Sunday here with Henry MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATK- Warrant during month..,
J. W. Home telegraph operator Cone.A. '.' MK'VT OK TOVNTY MCHOOfc "'VND"Bradford tin). end month __-___--.- .
month of NO. nrtftl.
County, for the nut.
here and his family are vlsltlnj J. Harnage and Henry Carterof December, U3S.n..1 begin month ____._.J.. .
In Georgia and South Carolina Gum Branch were visitors hero flrkool Fads I Receipt during monthWarrants ... I
P Jlal. begin month --____-__ 4.118.81Receipt" ) during/ month '
Mrs. Mattle Anna Ward recently Saturday. __ during month _. 4,041.111 Bal. end month ______LJZ .
; daughter, Mrs. L. A Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Warrant* during month ,.. 6,504.(4 IUd. Nev aBal.
her
visited -
-- Bal. end month ___.__._.. .. begin/ month __. .__. .
Pringle, of Starke. children spent Saturday night and II....... Tx ch.ol HUtrlrtfund Hrrclptn during month __. .
T.. N. ........ month ..
will al Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. *. Ini-lndla*; district Warrants during -
Revival services begin Utet. No. 1 Bal. end month .____ .-..... .
Branch
{ the Christian Church next Sunday Norman In the Gem sec- BaL begin month O. D. ._ 83.IS ll.t. No. 18Hal.
_. ___ ._.. '.
'' and continue Indefinitely Receipt during month II.IS "begin month
evening tion.The Union will convene Warrant during month ___ 23.2!) Itvcelpt during month ?_ .
Mr. J. P. Sullivan Is having the meeting Bal. end month O. D.__-.- 94.11. Warrant during month _.
fencing around her residence re with Pine Level Church this weekend nt.6. No. Hal end month _-..____-.- : .
ft from Friday until Sunday FLEA Hill" begin month O. D -_ 114.34 I .hereby certify that the
paired. TROUBLE Receipt during month __ 69.44 Ing statement, Khowlnir balance
of Fort Uyeri night. ( Warrant during month __ 126.XT the beginning and at the ending I
; C. B. Bryant ALTHOUGH
Mrs. Mrs. Pink Thornton visited the, OVER 400 SPECIES Bal. end month O D .'___ (71.27 the mouth herein above elated, I
r and her niece. Miss Cosine Beden- OP FLEAS ARE .. the and warrant '
KNOWN, Hint. No 8FaL f receipt *
returned to their homo bedside of her mother Mrs. Rig' LESS THAN. A DOZEN ]: begin month O. P. ._ 183/14/ during ald month correspond I
baugh don last week at Hampton. Receipt durlnft month __ 1,601 W8 the reuord of my of(Ice, and I*, '
; last Sunday, after a visit with Nelson and Calvin Thornton visited ARE! TROUBLESOME! Warrant. during' month, __ 3ISB5/ and correct to the beat of
Mrs. Bryant's brothers, L. L. Be- BIGGEST' TO MAN. 4 ( Bal. end month .._______. 822.87 knowledge and belief. I also
t Wilson relatives at Maccleony last SLACK DIAMOND-' UUt. No. 4Bal. fy that the following I* a list of
denbaugh of Starke and week. ]: begin month ________ 17.19 County DepoHltorleH. showing I
"r3 Bedenbaugh, and .sisters. Mrs. O. TMt LARGEST TRUE BLACK r Receipt. during month __ 115.6A balance In each at the close of
-1l{ O. Pearce Mrs. M. L. Watterson of with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Drlggers. DIAMOND. EVER FOUND WAftAS Warrant. during: month fi.77 month herein tint tated, And |
_
Bal. end month ______ __ 127.11Dint. amount of security furnished /
Hampton.The Mills Veralee Lewis was a guest BIG AS A. SAERALL.trr N... 6Pal. each said Depo"ltoryon- account
begIn. "'0., O. D. _.___ 9S1.S4 current dally balance or time d '.
:i Rev. J. B. Lyle will conducta of Miss Elna Conner in Vanderbilt. .: .n :4144 ei ti I Receipt during' month .__ 1,227.30 ponlt*. ''
Union Service at the Baptist section Sunday. Warrant durln gmonth' _. 21)4.44 Wltne** my hand this 8let day
.. Bat end month ... __ 128.38 December 1933..
at Miss Lillian and --- ------ -- ----
beginning Kelly brother --r-r
Church next
YF Sunday
ii Diet. NO. T A. J. ORIFFI3,
r; 11 a. m. J. R., were visitors to Lake Butler HIGHLANDM. ''ter spending several days herewith Hal begin:' month __ _.__ 193.JI County Superintendent.
.__.- Saturday afternoon: Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Receipts during' month.__ 17.53 :
__ ---
E. Crews, CorrespondentMr. Warrant during month 14.51
'i BOOTSEY'S BEACn Walter Underhill and son, Jack, Oscar Vanzant of Milliard visited Bui. .end month ____ --_? 190.23
; motored to Jacksonville Tuesday III**. N... It! '
Mr! .. ... rr..iu.nn.n. and Mrs Owen Marr of friends here Sunday RilL begin month, 0. D. _-. 265.03
Jack Ward of Plant City was a Mlmms visited relatives here Sat Mrs. Norman and Miss Cecelpts during month .__ 1.44Warrantduring FUNERAL
f.. Mrs. Willis Starling spent last visitor to this section Wednesday.Mr. Lacey month "._ 7.82 I ;
week at White House with Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Hersey are urday and Sunday. Cleo Norman are spending? several Bal. 'end month, O. D. ____ 361.4) our Mazy Vear Experience
1O
Hint. No.
and Mrs. Allen Nolan. spending a while In Jacksonville! Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Crews were days with relatives near Lawtey.M. Bal.begin. month '___.,,___ .209.114 EFFICIENT,. PROMPT' HaM't'P!:

mm Rudolph Chl m. Charnle Yar. Arlth Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hammock. visitors to Raiford Sunday afternoon L. Crews of the State Farm Warrants tet-elpt during during month month____ 3ft.tiB 2.20 '

borough and Robert Crawford David Thomas of Hellbronn was a visitor, here Saturday. Hal end month e__..._...,.._ 170,11 l DeWITT C.
Russell and Leon returned to his Miss Jewel Carter several Dlt. No. 11Sal.
i spent several days this week at St Springs was visiting Starling I spent begin' month O. t).._ 178.99 !:
George Ga.'with relatives Earl Thomas Saturday home in Jacksonville Saturday- days of last week In the Black Receipt during month __ 13.74 -

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green have
a;

gone home.to We Lake wish City this to young make their couple THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR t '' |

the beat of success.

44 Miss Winona Bradley of Jacksonville SAY vgiFtvt i THOUGHT I WElt HIRED A 9tAD T' FIRE HER > WHATMEAN\ !

a; is spending1' some' time You WUL GONNA OETSOrAt ,,QR1)\\'" MORr41NG WHAT co'1 OOULDNTCOOK W'9 TELL MC Y FunD lEg I II!

here with her grandparents, Mr. BODY MERE T' TAKE eu'r t HADco 6HE ? / SHE COULDN/T 1\ 0000 .

and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. CI'IU O'.TVUfc% WORK <90'\3', t FIRE ""'t, cwa "AU\\E sHE ,
:e.. "Franca" played "Germaiy"\ WOULONt 1' NAVEV WASH TNT "t x c. coutoN'TSiHli? I d
re here on the local ball 'diamond ;
.
t\"U VNMEU 1
:i Sunday afternon and was defeated COWC.jj .....1OM1I.
by a score of 42 to 13. The HOME AT "Ic.M't

Germans will play the French on \ (a 1Ir ',

their ball diamond hear Lawteynext 1

Sunday afternoon. I "
Mrs. J. L. Gasklna was visiting j ,

rl her sister, Mrs. C. A. Moody In .. .
"
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ti Starke I last Thursday. Mrs r '. '
> Moody has been confined to her

$ bed In the Marr Hospital for several 11I
weeks. We all wish her a '
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p The Rev. C. A." Crosby filled his

regular appointment at Corinth /
Saturday and Sunday with baptism j .P
' l i at Crosby Lake Sunday after- If Ile II 4' HIIU c9 a3 off- eWM. f

noon.Mr. .,
tt and Mrs. Clyde Bdmondson ''"' MAIN STREET By.' L. I
of Miami. Willie McKInney and E'IIE MAIN THING ON .

Miss Cleone Bdmondson of Hampton

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
Ruble Crosby Sunday afternoon. ably). i3uz:i! = IVXYPO. uorjAN }
rr kfJAcN4 CUOOPtAN f I,
Miss Nlta Kelly, of Plant City MAIN WREST'1* EAYI JOB

spent, Sunday with her parent. LtAWNC. NCkSPAPCSFK7/ ,
Mr.?and Mrs. S. M. Kelly. BUT ]lent"4 ML
r Fred Halslop spent the weekendIn 6Gii APKRICA T rrs to A + / I

Georgia with relatives and r I
friends. IMPROVEMENTSON .51

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4 Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L, -
Conner In the Vanderbilt section. AT LAW T* LONG
Mr., and Mrs. Groover Goodman COUOMT foa CQJUMA6&Y3TGM I )

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BRADFORD COUNTY TKXBQR.tFH STARIiE FLORIDA PAGE THREE t ; l' I.

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__.-- 0.------Peek (Babe) Douglas No certainty of terwould clean up his or her premises Florida Motor Lines I The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the '
opposition as yet. I
pick up all cans and other

At Political Slate In the congressional races W receptacles that will hold water, To Run Buses Here

-- I J. Sears and R. A. Green will bo in the house or out in the yard, the 0 BETTER BUSINESS FIRMS.I

to Oscar M. Johnson., contesting one another In the Sec. city to haul the cans etc., to tho Purchase of all Union Bus Company ; ( '

ccordlng the LInes" writer, 132 ond as newly created to Include dump and burn or bury them the !, holdings between Jackson> .. The Telegraph has ,investigated all the Business FI Hated on this 13 4
blDd slate Jacksonville, if either continue in campaign could be successfully vllle, Gainesville, Ocala and Tampa -
in Its
political leaders
and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the re
page
tile Before the 1936 Congress. Only one can be elect. I carried out. Start at oncebyso was announced this week by] I I 1 '
months recommend these business firms and their personnel to
Iva! : ed.. Mlllard Caldwell to be opposed doing you will help prevent dIseases P. O. Howe president of the line. We '
piliI") elections.Althouih there arenarrow by W. B. (Buddie) Bishop if' that coat the people of this Ida Motor' Lines. Tho union Flor.j' -they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke 't' 1r ,

;overnor-forty.five potentiaUtles, grapevine Is correct. T. G. Futch, State thousands of dollars in doc Company operated the Blue Try them, go in and visit with them-then, you too will place your ;4d

re tIIan will finally toeorsixwben of Leesburg and possibly others tors bills and medicine, aside from through Starke. I 1'spective the name of each one. Write-ups covering these various in

held qualification time from the baby Fifth (citrus) dis the suffering and loss of time from The new schedules, effective : and prepared by a member of the Telegraph staff will appear

These will probably In- trict. Hardin Peterson of the work and school. July 1, will serve Starke traveler! !I each week. Read these stories and learn about your ownt' ;Ire '

ea C. Hodges, of Leon: Dan First and Mark Wilcox, of the Make it a continuous one. Do with a coordinated highway transportation page ,,

de W.1 and Vernon HawthornePat Fourth, sitting pretty at the moment not clean up this week, then let the system to all penlnsular !. Starke business people. -
ppell of Hllla- Florida. Four buses will leave a1 ,
Pat Whitaker can and rubbish accumulate for a = 4 tat
: of Duval; Starke for Gainesville Ocala NEW RECORDS EVERYWHEREWith y f ,
TUrner Butler month. It Is much easier to keep dally { tux
: J. of ColumbiaAttornOY CLEAN UP TIME the premises clean by putting the Tampa and St. Petersburg, departing For month 1 the dust of legislative ac- s l .

Core Cenerai-Cary P. Lan- rubbIsh in a box. barrel or garbagecan at 10:35: a. m., 9:15: : p. m. and dale broke Economic Highlights tivities settled, it Is possible to I

little prospect of seriousUon ,Mosquitoes, mosquitoes, yes and having It hauled away 12:15: a. m. Four buses also leas ord with $ (Industrial! New Review) look about the state and see constructive '

wltII unless Charlie Mtlchell there they are-In the clothes closets weekly and properly disposed of. Starke daily for Jacksonville, departing to June 1, $ movements in many -- '

Beach desldes to run.. behind the pictures and intact In so doing you will not only NOT at 2:05: : p. m., 5:20: p. m'., to 9392,158!$

coIIIPtroller-J.vero M. Lee, little ,f all the ,dark corners Just bid- be bothered by mosquitoes but you 9:15: : p. m. and 4:15: : p. m. year.! .*.>*>..ln.. that Attrrt t.. Dices iI'll fields. Building surpluses have at .

formidable opposition. ing their time, for well they know will have the satisfaction of knowIng tal of $ ( II*. U..I.I..... IkM-lui.I".I..I-N...* I'M! ... least been used up and hammers '

of State-R. A. Gray, that the shades of night will soon you have done your duty to New MembersAt same period ; : ''tI.nin..". nt sad lM very.nntl"ii.l Problem*. are ringing over the state New t i

Uatf secretary no serious opposition. I falL And then what busy fellows yourself, your family and your per cent. l.....*rnkl. Fr.m Local Welts*. I Industries have been established } '

CmlMloner of Agriculture- they are. We fall asleep listeningto neighbor. CCC Camp Palm Beach : t /
unopposed unlessUker their sing-song only to be awak- -........ 1935 of $ Generally speaking, industry during the lean years that are now : t}
,H. Mayo taken from the State ''iii '
than I (Excerpts wish for beginning to bear fruit, and many ,
to business always
B. Bishop refuses ened by their bite. Pesky and Twenty-six new men were re Palm Beach
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Board of Health Notes.) "
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for congress as he in now : troublesome companions are they Clennle Hickok R. N. celved by Company 1431 CCC, Permits for 1! Congressional sessions. SI<> new enterprises are in the making -

Ire strongly urged.TreasurerW. i all not mentioning the fact that FERA County Nurse near Penney Farms on Saturday! In ,Daytona I< as the nation's lawmaker! that will replace boom promls'"Jwltb ;. ) t

,Inl V. Knott-Ceroo they carry malaria, dengue, and Bradford County.. June 15. These men were enrolled $94,390, ,. at work Industrial loaders, un substantial accomplishments

and dangerous oppo00. yellow !every'In .. at JacksonvlR! $ A.fter receiving Sarasota. In aln as to the trend ,of leglalu.
ot potent Tung'oil, a boom fancy bus reached
' tl
'D time for the mow t y
tfte'locol must mark
(
Baldwin and two weeks conditioning $96,730.:
these I
cyril modern iaya everyone :
Richmond
Including Old St. John's Church in commercial production, cane S '
Getzen, demands freedom and comfort. Va., recently celebrated the camp they will be assigned 1 to growing on a mammoth'scale has :
of Public In- Freedom from mosquitoes means the Forestry Department for work 'Tho present Congress has bus
superintendent 193rd anniversary of its founding. developed Immense processing ;' t
In theL The of In the woods. leaders worried and perplex
Clean Time.
cUon-W. S. Cawthon Up success antlers were ); ( plants, canneries have sprouted r,
position aa Knott. Expected such a campaign recta entirely TRAIN SCHEDULE In making Time and again they have over the state using up surplus : a.' ,n

LiUlon may Include R. S. Mara with you-each one Individually./ Effective June 16th trains 11 Surveyors from the CCC Camp, knives, etc. that the best thing that soul fruit and produce formerly lost ''i-. ,ls

popular Duval supertnten- Mosquitoes, especially cert ain and 12 will be discontinued and near. Penney' Forms have started on behalf of Industrial( ex! T

at of schools. types, breed In and about human trains 13 and 13 will run as follows the preliminary,survey on property would be for Congress to..

Supreme Court Justices-J. B. habitation, selecting any water : belonging to Leo Maguire, 1 it For up Its business end go home I i'i't

Itfleld and Glenn H. Terrell.to contained in barrels, buckets, bottles Southbound St. Johns County, and member! to a few months ago it seemed, On HInck South of Depot ;

to be returned without tin cans tubs, pottery, discarded No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. of the camp will shortly be active ) that this might occur- 1.
.:08 P. !rI. the outlook has changed tre ALL OUADEH PINE!: AND
Ipoiltlon. automobile tires, house gutters No. 15: -Due Starke : on the property In building fire

Railroad Commissioner-W B.. cuspidors (even In use), No. 107-Due Starke 0:42: A. M. breaks roads and bridges. Drinks since then. It Is In- CYPRESS LUMBER: AND I 1
flower vases water In dishes In No. 191-Due Starke 10.57: P.. M. that the current session

check which table legs are set to stop NorthboundNo. the Congress will last for Into the BUILDING MATERIAL '

MAlAltIA ants;, in anything In or out of the 2--Due Starke 5.22: A. M. Members of CCC Camp, neat .

In 3.days house which holds water for more No. ie--Du Starke 12:43: P. M. Penney Farms,, bave nearly completed The Congressional calendar I ii

G 6 than a week. One doing control of No. 108--Due Starke 5:11: P. M. rebuilding" the telephone ,: with a vast amount of BENNETT'SLUMBER

COLDS this insect should overlook nothing; Starke and Wanno Branch line connecting Penney Farm ; business. Here Is how

tlrxt dare that holds water, from the foulestto No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. M. with the Satauma look-out tow. ion slate stands. now, insofar as CO.

QUID 'T niBT!'Tonic and the.cleanest. No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50:: P.M. the Foremost" ,tt Properties.". Near' most Important bills ore con

IIL1n 1UIW Laxative If every property owner or ren T, J. GRIFFIN. : 'i
DROI'a! William J, Leseman, Jr., and Joseph -
BANKINO BILL: Poised by the
Cooper of Green Cove Spring ,

tOl| ALWAYS GET BETTER QTOIl(I have rienced been men enrolled in CCC\as Company Local Expe I431 You where, is of now it Senator faces in Senate the Gloss commit-stinging, found-

near Penney Farms Reliable "

ATH
nations spent $3,000- You I'WI' SAFE When You
small, seems to be against the
WITH FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANlglT 000,000 or approximately sixteen' reiterate 3. : it
TIRE percent of their total government they constantly Insure. With U.. .
If it passes, the banks of the
revenue, for national defense to will become political foot Peninsular Life ;
<1RES mar look alike on the outside, fllASllgEc! 1933.
and bo used to further
v may
I I Mart but oa, they the are Inside different.when Firestone blowout University( rsttsthowFirasromi M vs. yal TO,' TV 1R''IIT''IIn''II'1'.1I' '' political fortunes of whatever Insurance Co.
1
Tim ire made blowout-proof by Gum- J High MONTIII.V FINAN' 'ltl. MTATH- happens to be In
which SP..d Tires Mop tan MK'VT] UK ('OI.N"'Y Hi'IIOOI. KLNIMHindfnrd FISH ,.
Dipping patented extra process HIGH SPEED TYPE '
rocks every cotton cord sad insulate 15 lo 25%quicker. of November, County 1033.Ornrmt ., for the month REGULATION OF MOTOR I Lucian Thomas, Agent.. 1I

fiery strand with pure) liquid rubber. In Wrkanl Fads OURrnntA> y
dot, every 1UO pounds of cotton cords /tmI ;pidabtorb Hal beirln. month .__ 4,683.OHKfloelptw = : This Administration
eight additional pounds of liquid / during month __ 319.49 bill has also passed the
M.d. with he huihnr end -0' Warrants. during; month ... THU 7f Is now In the House. 1t --
rubber. This special prevents ,
process
rubber cod cation. Acc..I'cl Bal. end. month _- 4,113.89Rprilnl .
internal friction[ and beat the main cans Gum-Dtpp.d cord b.lmc.d and rigidly I nipecnd nU rli-, to have many supporter.
blowouts. No other make of tire is glv. greater blowout know it is .is. perfect ** human' Fa.... tnrlmllnsc ....nd... dUlrlpt few unprejudiced opponents; FFy11'' .
2 lanouintuauk.IC loin,. No. t Ai
Gun-Dipped, yet you pay no more for prof.cdonGunl-DIppllag Bal. bv,< than .. .....
Firestone blowout-proof protection notinsjdlnoinertlrM.. rswxo R..c.lpt. tlnrlnv month. ._.' .' It will buses to the
,I built without 6.15-19 ... ._tgao ..... subject COURTEOUS: SERVICE
asked __
)ou an to pafcntirea ... ..... Warrants ilurlna month -
II.U-IS.O
tbi patented safety construction feature. 5.25-1..00-19 .1 4.60-r1ea Bal end mo., u. n. .__ 88.8lain kind of regulation now ex 'ffm
.L7.
: ; : ., No. 9nal. the railroads by the 1 I. i
'oua" a5u-17: : a.t10.17xo t4.5.tsrbecomealmatneroltlalimportance over
The make of tires buy for
you ) a.an-14..1 e.a0.l9an n... b"li'ln. mo., O. D. _- 86 ,TlItmTlptu C. THE NEW DEAL
durlnnr month __ 4S.52 '
rhea you realize that there were 882.0OO Oem tUM mHftMMWf LOT Warrant during month. *,11 AMENDMENTS to the Agrlcul
iwomobile accidents In 1934 injuring Rah end mo, U. n ... __.. 81184 Administration SERVICE STA. ';
S Adjustment
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i)i. NO.
914,000 people and lulling 36.OOO Bail nal. hneln m., <>. IX ____ 52J.HIKccelptK 5 : Will shortly coma on the 1
tat 43,000 of these; accident were c durttm month ___ 29111 EVKKY Hubert E. Prime P
amed by blowouts, puncture and Wldw Ralter 4 5 Warrant during month __ 54 (Ol ii T.E.4T'r, of the House for debate,
skidding tread Bal. end month. O n.- 2830'' they will be passionately ad t
give more 7 ..
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: /.6410 Ill.t. .
Firestone High Speed Gum-Dipped than 50% longwnontkldwear. nnl. "...In. mo. ,?.____ 1041 and passionately opposed TIIAT GOOD GULF GASIt's
lists hold all world records on ro.d and RepftlptN durlnic month a.71 constitutionality is also ur
sack far safety speed, mileage and Warrants during month___ It seams a safe forecast
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endurance.These records emphasize the Bal. end .month iv/.. S.? that the AAA when 1 It

undisputed evidence that Firestone)Tires Mai. ...."In. mo O It.L.___ 9H5.5I \ to a .,ute, will have morn
an not only blowout-proof but give Rxoclpt during month ___ (ftt.611<
peuett protection against skidding. Warrant duringmonth -t. tt Si" than enemies, due to Ad swimming time
CENTURY Bal end month 0.. D. ..__. 8U.UUI.t. pressure, and to the

THERE ARE THREE QUESTIONS AND PROGRESS TYPE barln. mil ..--r--!IV...rBal. 160.U of organized farm group) AND THAT lUCANSPEUI.ANENT A

YOUR tmerl.a6 Rnc.i Dfs durlnar month ___ :23.41 want AAA benefits and
ANSWERS THAT' WILL SOLVE .
Warrants during month < When continued. WAVE
Equal or *
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TO BUY 1 Grada, BaL end month <-- 113.1). )
PROBLEM 'TIRES so
OF WHAT Rolls or
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Sups or DeLuM I line ofura nlnt.-Wn. 8' LIQUOR CONTROL AND OIL
of Rill noarln\ mo., n. D ._, > H.n'K Permanent Waves i'
built rasardlan solutely
1 "WiII.h.. tread elM ails the crear. traction and /wotecttim/ name brand or by whom ,c,..lptai durlnir month ... 10.10 C; : Both the Petroleum
against skidding mad, or si what price Warrants rturln month ._ Chime Board and the Fed $2.50 Up
____ J85.0:!a
Firestone old Bal. end month, O l>
Recent tests by s leading Unl".lty.ahow'that *..'95 Product. Alcohol Commission were
nut.
Illgh l'' Speed Non-Skld.Tlr.* stop a car 15%. quicker than any 1 t Iy 57.7! Bal..bcsrln. month -..-i 209.1R.celptn .f II creatures of the NRA
Mket! of the leading make.I 65, 5.25-is_ e.ies during month .- the NRA was thrown out, LEILA'SBEAUTY
For eight consecutive Firestone Tire. have been on I.eeI .. *. year .. .1I9.RO< they lost authority, and at presen
""w winning in the dangerous Pike's Peak Race where aId a R OtlkM wr.auaadru BoL end month -
car DI..I. +(.. 11 government ha no contro SHOP
: 1 means death. This I* undisputed evidence that Firestonews Bat benln I moOr, ,... 1 4 JItitcclptH : ,
car owners greatest protection against skidding. during; month 15:9 over liquor or oil

OLDFIELD TYPE Warrant durlnir month __ everyone believes that .. _. .._
-- "
2 "Are they blmvout-t>roofl" Bal.. end month 0 I>. ___ ITS.91 Is to replace these bu-
Firestone Gura-DlppeU Tires have the moat' amazing Geaw nlst..1V.: 19nal. I necessary
"cord. for being blowout-proof of any tire e.er built. In the Equal or suptrlor to amPuellln5 hi-o-ln. month __ ', ..., Utl..11 J. L. with new and legal ones
500-Mile Race at Indianapolis,. May 30th, every one w for ciU band distributor ur. made. Receipt.during during month month,.,4. 12.11W.rranl. everyone also seems to hays MEET THE CROWD

"!'the JJ cars was equipped with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. dv ru mats i witboul the Hal end month (Ii i 1>. .. -_ 338.09! different Idea of just how the
1tli( Petlllo won the race and broke the record over this manufacturer's asm orh1anold HIM. f*. tlidl should read. When the leg -at... {I
rough brick track without lire trouble-in fact. ,rani... b..ln month O .T>. 417.X*: :
|
8.00 comes up for debate, Con I
., month
"*one or the of kind. + s9 Receipt durlnir y
troubl.
3 J driver had dre
any ._
.. s.oo Is W 7.4.'ped 'Warrant during month will spend many days
Gum. $
b Jenkins drove his 5.00O pound or on Firestone s.2s le L4. Bal. end month O. D. __ 414.51Ira I
Tires over the hot alt bed of Utah. 3.OOO mile In 6 ILs 545-IT? I e.a.At .. .... lBal. ; about it, unless the admin The Spotlight
' ;litrs. ,at an avenge speed of 127.2 mile* per hour with DlkM SUM PliillllllUHIf tw begin month,..O. p _. 1SJ 84 i Is more than normally Y ,
_
"", trouble of kind.Arm Receipt during month 1S.KJ" In
' P taiure* as high. 120, without tire any Warrant during m ntli In putting Its views

bo.Onre mot amazlna proof of blowout protection ever Bal. end .mgnth O D. .. 111.64nut. .I' law. YA
"'(.... IT NRAI. The National Recovery LARGE GLASS BEER Ad i o .
.
.
\S3 "Vi!$'u* socrl/Scing/ these. two Important safety feature Carries SENTINEL the Flresioae TVP fin Receipt I. boa-ln dnrlnsr month month ft. IX 12589 10.91vnrr.nes (l has been extended until April PLATE: LUNCH with Large. 5 }

will! they *iw tile longer mileage, thus making them the name snoSqmal asnuu. durluR.gmonth. _- 193S. But the present. set-up I
115.81( Gyms Bee ___ __ .. r
j'w KonomiLat: aepvrior la aaOr "' 14.Jo
j ; tires I can bu.l"t50..F' or this price clao. Bal. end ,month .. b.1v'.IA" ', the Blue Eagle would be hard
*10)
""tone high Speed Tire not only give you matt than ,.,, Bat b.glnm nnth'A0:\ I>. 4 n 15&.18It.o..lpt. recognizable to' Its farmer
longer This is anavdeby 4.se.21. ease A tl.4*
mile. month
wear, bur also lowest cost per 4.7sw_ Lat. | during .. The codes are gone. Thsamolu
9o.ihle: the tough" west(-resisting tread built with higher .... 7.Nilm II armnts diirlnir month. --
50 ''
= end month. D 901.nt.t"n. or Infamous--section T*
lhkn. and a wider, flatter contour. This ,thick rugged. RC anat. L7s tat. -- TORODE'Chevrolet
Fad
and 11I1..1.
Jodort': "'!de ''Kned tread Is held .ecurelytotheGum-Dipped: VI oew.assrw.wwwrtw, 'nine 1 W.. Is gone Fines and other penaltie -
r Body by patented construction of two eatrar Bal. b. rln. month _-_. 1J1."JRcpalpt are eliminated. The present Co
n nI
... of cords under the tread.,This Is a special construction durtns month ..___ 1401 asks for voluntary agreeneat.
!
month'
during
recorde
not uwd ira tire Unoqusled mileage Warrant 11501l : by industry to keep to its I
Ih end month
owners of the Bnl. -
I I oUllnds of car add und.jputed evidence .'. 1: .. .9Bal. provision It I II not a law, but a ,
r wear and of Firestone Hide Speed month 1,00534
: greater economy R.clpt. b *.ln.durlnir month- U98bVarranta Old without any legal pow.
COURIER TYP, dnrlnsi month .- behind It. Its thousands of em 1
for car wrs who end month __ ._. 1,133.10Dint. SALES ANI SERVICE!:
ESTONE- FIRESTONE. ..ed new camrmy Ma Bal. N l"" .. Alat. I still remain on the public:
FIRESTONE vrrv tow pr' b..ln. month '-------- till. 8t payroll Business has almost unnlmoualy We have ,nixtclaHy 'trained C'a'
.BATTERIES SPARK'PLUM BRAKE LIMIRfl ; ; ,3' 4;; llvrclpt. durln month month _. _. 7.7' said that It will mainsln rm>rlianlr. and equipment t3
during
AOS Il eaasl: ..a4 (' BaL Warrant brain* mnnih .- 'UClIi I : NRA hours and wag provls- ,give you the bad. service ob- ,
I.5 55 I As$ 30 .7s 19 Lag Ills.. Y.. I* P. will voluntarily fight the talnahle.
a"nw. .
iAo"SBC lee etas bocln month---- 49* 9T I
Ral. "
a__ Ae-- n..lpt. during month 80.10 j, shop and the profiteer. PHONE! 111
Warrant durlnir month -
.
Hal. end -- -
for.gotIE to-
r.rtlY that th. During April, farm Income
I h.r"br
*tat..mnt. howlnaj h.I""...* a, 501,000OOO, a gain of thirty-

: the ho bvsrlnnlnsr month h"r.and.ln abne..tat.d.e the. ndlnsr. and"' nOME a. per cent over April, 1934. For PERSONAL

..C t the. r.o lpl. and warrant I""""* KNOW he first four months of the year
monlh,.orr..pund. with ,STATIONERY
wring said income twerave per cent in
/, 1 th.. r.eord. of my offlc. and I.Iru. l I.
xceaa. of the* sameperiod last
.. and eorrert to th heat of mr f
f .. and ........t.el_ e.rtlV ear. Printed la Large 'Variety 1t"
.thatmlha follo rlti/ lit a Ut of all _. ... .,,1. I' of Ink and Type Styles, sit
'oiintr I'opoiiltorU. howler. themtanaw I No> Extra Cmt. '1.%" m. "
.h at tl>. eloM of the Mora than 11,000 Jewish refu 110. ,
herdo,Ir.t' .t.t. ...
.1t / "nth roes fled from their homes In Ger'
by
...m..n'of .curlt.lurnlah.d BEE Olin.SAMI'UCSBradford: Y.
' mgM wMt CFlterwawk + I .lath uh D.po..t.....,.. and the to Palestine the nine _
u.awytwaAhaat.-HartkrGaahrlwrrLea .mount of |nl.'...t paid orr dlt.dlurlnsr nths following April 1, 1933.Whets 'CountyTelegraph i
each .lei' tiesnltury ,
i said month by
,, .. .
i on &<'...ou.11' balance >-,-.'
t 3 STATION 'or" ,I..... d......".. Is TIM > it flgbU. the caterpillar of I
.. hand this aotl day ..ffVGRirFi
k ,NEW DEAL SERVICE I,Nonm"WII""' "1 mY *. poWuIa puss moth spits a stream ,of I'DONC.ft

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BRADFORD COUNTY/ TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA iFRIDAY, JC1L
; 'AGE FOt11\ -- 1s
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Ij TIME HAS COME leaders chosen by the d;

II f LOR IDA .JI1i.tfL'Si.l1.' 6!IrNNII- fI FOR A PARTY PURGE party, they should reslill;,.
: : ... Following the widespread bolt It becomes necessary to kick Ii
of democrats to the Hoover parade out.-Tallahassee Democrat t

j Jj -15: A N WAIL TIME some years ago there was talk of ,
s fJocict \ reading the rebels out of the party. pITAPPEARINOihtmrth' "

ReCORD /&B THE The talk came to nothing. vl .. court, wherein" t

, s TAMMG Or It may have been wise to pass a..alnllt Lewis has flied suit for Elq
Adolph
up the incident with a few laughs Idenoe or place UW'II vf that th,'
Kilpatrick-Sides Miss Kilpatrick's Engagement 4Lr.l.: :. at the expense of those who had oald Adolph Lewis bUMln.1 I" link
That aftlllnt/ n.
bas
Announced At Lovely PartyOne 1114S GSTABl.IsI-lED their way In putting Hoover in the of him for aver not se ur
Mrs M. L. KilpatrIck of Troy Ala. White House but is not well to That there EII/ht
announce the engagement of her of the" loveliest affair of LONG k/GJ RORI.a4, ,! took the other way while a ten- of of FloridA.a Subpoena known to arflant.In tbl.lOt.

daughter, the past week wo the bridge par- AH44Qh.93. ; J3Y n rais' dency toward. disloyalty to the bind tb. said AdolPh upon Lewis whum", :
ty and dance given last Friday party gains headway in southern ant In Said ult. d'l
Rubyto evening by Mr.and Mrs. L. D. Vln / / vE.l2L4WCIIICAG; states.,, That IT the IS THEREFORE mild. ORDEn

Ing at their beautiful home on ofi Huey Long and Gene Talmadge, pear to th* bill Adolph of Level, do
James Beatty Side of Carbon Road 28, complimenting Mr*. Vln- % democratic cause now on file conplalnt In this II
., nominal heads of the 8t..rk.. BrAdford """art.
fi Ala. Miss Ruby Kilpatrickof COunty,
Hill ing's sister II'lorIt,
party In Louisiana and Georgia are or before the FlrMt
{, The wedding'will be an event ofTuesday Troy,' Alabama, who ha been .- In revolt against the leading D. U86, .1"0 the all".aUolI8 day of 1",
23. for the past two weeks. open bill will b. token ..
!) July their guest democrat of America Franklin D. asralnit you. a. 001/
The above announcement which Beautiful arrangement of pink 7Je VODGSJlANcS"AMAZING Roosevelt. There la no valid excuse IT 18 FURTHER OJtDEREn,
appeared in Sunday' Issue of the gladiolus and rose were the decorations this notice be publlnheU JS
rebellion
for this In the ranks onq
Florida Times-Union will be of tn- for this lovely affair on! : Roosevelt is a great man, a great .u.for.four. In the consecutive Bradford weeks I iul.!
tereat to the many friend here ofMini during the evening several progressions NE It's' statesman and a great democrat.He graph. a newspaper P\lblllho County or,
of bridge was enjoyed. Bradford county,
Florida.
N Kllpatrlck. should have the loyalty of dem-
The high prize for ladle wall won f CONCEPT/ON WITNESS my as
Miss Kllpatrlck is now enjoyinga and themen' A TWO e ocrats everywhere, not alone because th. .eal of thl court, thll clerk
A '!visit here with her brother-in- by Mr. O. L. Beaaley, day of mo u1
he is our chief, but because
YJATll
OF
Dr. OUNCE \ THE 4VRID .
high prize wo won by A. .
law and Bister, Mr. and Mr. L, D. he deserves it. *
F. G. Bratley. Miss Kilpatrick was y / Clerk Circuit Court
Vlnlng. 77 P AMD thu'FaiQD
... presented a lovely pink chiffon rM,. If Huey and Gene do not like the I-U.llt.e.n Bradford coullly, Floret

dance handkerchief, a gift from T \ ice ,,r..
.
Mr. and Mr Vlnlng- '
FOURTHOF The announcement of MIllS Kil

patrick' engagement came Imme- TAKE A'
5 diately after the bridge prize had SA/LF/SU e' 10NAFLOUR
been awarded when a telegramwas
received by one of the guests, l p'iIrANS9NiD
Miss Rosalind Jacobs, bearing the LONG WT f I
JULY following message: "Mr. M. L. 33 LB- ii Ws.
Kilpatrick of Troy, Ala., announce PLAIN OR SELF RISING
the engagement of her daughter -
Next 6-llMi. Sk. 12 lbs. Sk. I
24lb.
c Thursday Sk. 48-lb
James
,Miss Ruby Kilpatrick to TUPELO hONCYP.IOLJUCGL
Beatty Bide The wedding to 1"" i > /NPlotA4STN6ONLY 25c 45c 87c $1.70
take place July 23." NEREEC0N0MY RULES
Punch was served on the screen s'a
ed porch with Mills Lena Belle 'u IIONGY.tWOWN TNAr POe"
Wherever You Go SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Shepard and Mr. L. A. Davis presiding Nor G&ANMAT& OA

Let Us Prepare A at the punch bowl Dancing ;l.w BECOME ANCIL,
t.. -" COFFEEFRESHLY
wo enjoyed until a late hour, -.itII," -- s I

Lunch For You. Mien Kilpatrick wore a becom- to the Koreshans and fur-
The KORESHANS a religious sect who, according: they
colored -
I ing evening chiffon.gown of wisteria established a colony at Estero near Fort ther contend that the general conceptionthat ROASTED! FRESHLY GROUND!
EIGHT O'CLOCK) RED CIRCLE BOKAR'"MildMellow"
the earth is is simply '
convex an optical c
Guests present at this lovely Myers some years ago are'convinced' than illusion. The manner in which they "Rich ,Full Bodied" "\' goroU8 WUie

g :FRIED CHICKEN party Mr. were and Mr: O. L. Beaaley, Mr.: the world is a hollow ball and that we'' connect astronomy, mathematics and Ibe 15c lb. 17c lb. 22c

and Mr. T. T. Long, Dr. and Mr. live within this enormous''globe I They: geometry with their religion is quite

a SANDWICHES E. L. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs, D. p are equally certain that .,the sun, the amazing and is explained in detail in ---
h (Our Specialty) Carpenter, Judge and Mr. A. Z. moon, the stars and ,three layers of atmosphere .. their literature. The colony is unique in WHOLE Mn.KCHEESE

Adklns. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen are inside the earth.. This other respects, too. No one. is paid in
25c? don Mr. and Mr. D. A. Montieth, strange belief is supported by certain'. money for labor but everyone is furnished Pound 20c|

r Mr. and Mr. J. E. Wilson. Mr. and principles of geometry and trigonometry, the necessities of life SUNNYFIELD FANCY SLICED
tt _Mr___. H._ C.__ Rltch. Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs Tolbert BREAKFAST BACON Lb. 42c
Black of Gainesville, and Misses Entertains At Bridge Circles Will Meet Miss Smith's EngagementTo

WB NOW HAVE PRIVATE] Madge and Hazel Middleton, Rosalind For Miss Kilpatrick At. King'sleytiLake Mr. Norfleet AnnouncedMr. SCOCO-Finest ShorteningCOMPOUND I
Jacob, Ruth Sternberg Leila -
.DINING ROOM ACCOM-' Dea Andrew, Flora'Conoly, Mr. E. L. Biggs' was hostess to Both circles*" of the Woman's : and Mrs. Daniel O. Smithof 2Ikbulk 25cTRY

F ODATIONS. Bobble: Conoly, Lena Belle Shep- four table of bridge player at Missionary Society of the Methodist Madison
ard, and S. T. Dell Jr., Charles Church will meet Monday, announce the engagement and THE NEW
OPEN ALL NIGHT her home Thursday morning,,
Darby, Milton Brownlee, Sullivan July let, at three-thirty, at the approaching marriageof
1 Carter, A. E. Wall. Jr., Eugene when she entertained for Mise Klngrsley Lake'. cottage of Mrs their daughter, NUCOARINEPound 20c

Matthews, Paul Knight, Merrill Ruby Kilpatrick, of Troy. Ala. Meodle and Mrs. Nasworthy. At Rachel'Townsendto :.
HALE'SON McMillan and Dr. F O. Bratley. whose marriage to James Beatty this meeting sunshine bags will be
Side of Carbon Hill, Ala., will be opened and It.'ils hoped that the Nat Norfleet of Gainesville. NUTLEY Pound 15c
New York City* street cleaners an event of July 23. proceeds will be sufficient to pay The wedding to be an event of
ROAD IS collect 5,000 cubic yards of paper : off all of August ROLLS or
letY'II..Indebted-
.
The table werearrimged In the e13o .
and refuse every day. ness. v The announcement of Miss BREA i2-O. 5c
I un room of this; hoepltjable home .-a ., of Smith and'Mr..Norfleet's engage BREAD
WII"mlllllllllll"IIIIII'MII.II'' which wo decorated with waft t .... -- ment' which appeared in'Sunday's SILVER BROOIBUTTER -Print or AP Fancy,Tub '
vases of zinnia and sheets dais .
Gives Swtri1ll1mg.Party
sir Times-Union Is of interest to 'a
l l ies. Lb. 29cDIXIE
ir, 1 For Miss KilpatrickMiss large number of friends here of
Holder of high score received a Miss Smith who has visited hereon CRYSTAl-FIne Granulated.
box of dusting powder and holderof Lena Belle Shepard enter- several occasions as the guestof

A Step Forward second high Wall presented witha tained at a swimming'party and Miss Hazel Middleton. SUGAR 5 Lb. cloth sack 25c|
bottle of perfume. Miss Kll lingerie shower:Monday afternoonat .
patrick, the honoree, and Mr. the KIngsley Lake cottage of MISSION HALL
Morgan Richard a recent bride, Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Knight, com The crayon illustration of the LUCKY STRIKE. CAMEL!: CHESTERFIELD!: OLD GOLD

were each presented with a lover plimenting Miss Ruby Kilpatrick, subject used at the Bible study on
CIGARETTES Per Carton
ly piece of linen. Mr*. William E bride-elect. Tuesday night was Impressive and $1.10

c Dowling of Bradenton, was pre..: A "July Bride" contest was en- far reaching In its message. "Eyes
w The Starke Dry Cleaners Are Pleased seated the guest prize. joyed and the prize was won by Ears and that above the ears" was SPAGHETTI Encore 2 Cans 15c

Mr*. Bigg ..rved an Iced Miss Flora Conoly.. the topic: "Having eyes sea ye not, COLD STREAM
To Announce To Their Many Customers course to the following guests: After enjoying swim the honoree and having ears hear ye not and PINK'SALMON Tall Can lOc |

Misses Ruby Kllpatrlck honored Miss Kllpatrlck was presented do ye not remember"'Christ speak '
x A Step Forward On July First guest Madge and Hazel Middleton, the gifts at lingerie. ing to the disciples and the Prophets BLUE PETER
t to Mark 8:18 and SARDINESMUSTARD Can lOc:
Lena Belle Shepard and Mesdames A buffet supper was served the the people ( : |
When We Move Into Our New Home L. D. Vlnlng, C. A., Knight H. C. Following guests-;who were Invited Jer. 5:21)). How very applicableto Rajah 9oz. Jar lOc ]
J. W. Andrew with Miss the people of today who fall to
Bitch T. T. Long,i to share this occasion '
D.. Pu ,'H. B.' and Miss discern the plan:of God for their Ion BroadBEANS Our OMB
In The Recently-Completed BuildingOf Carpenter McLendon Shepard Miao.\ Kilpatrick: TMR MTOIITE
: _
A. Z. Adkin, O. L. Beasley, O. J.Griffis .I Flora Conoly,.Leila Dea Andrews, lives, and who walk like those who Blend India/

Congressman R. A. Green. Morgan Richard. L. F. Hazel Middleton, Miriam Jacobs, have no light. With Pork ; SNAPSHOTENLARGED Colon
Chapman, William E. Dowling. and Mesdames Clifton Brown, C. There was a splendid attendance Tomato i Sauce 'COLORED; TEA ,
HhH- Gs- I A. Knight. II, C, Rltch. .,and, L. D. and as always, good Interest. Rev. 1 tt-ii i Jb I
NFRIIED'
N Vlnlng./ : Lyle, Pastor, Lawtey Baptist 5 ;7; 19"AP :
... Church will bring the message 19 35"White
P 25"
A CORRECTION'In : next week at the usual time of

ALL NEW EQUIPMENTThe last week' Issue of the Tele-'I Baptist bir.cle ; tice' meeting and there will be good .Crosby:: White. antl HorneEvaporated |
graph by mistake we carried a music.', ."Wbo- o-ever-wIU may '
item The Circles of the Woman's MU- .
news stating Miss Alice Fernandez come. CORN' "
was attending summer slonary Union 'ojf,l the First Baptist MAY wrappers' MILKZNaI
Of This De- Church wlll meet Monday afternoon BACK TO TIHC!: FARM "
People Community school at the State College for ... a.. ASK US HOW 3Tnll ISo
at three thtrty o'clock. Two .urvey. 2sr
recent
Women Tallahassee.Miss cast,new : :.
mand The Best'In Service And Have Fernandez Is In Rochester, Circle One wtll ba entertained' by light on the current' status of. agri, 3. Bars.- _.,-r----' 15c

N. Y., attending the Eastman Mrs. W.:H/ Perkins, Mrs. Charles culture., APRICOTS lona No.'2 Yz can I5c7c'
Made It Possible :-: Through Their I School of Music. during her summer Overstreet .and :Miss. Ethel Moore; ?. There has been a small but,encouraging SUNNYFIELD
vacation.. Circle Two will meet at the homeof rise la value of Amer- |

Generous ,For Us To Mr. and Mrs.;;"George B. Flynn ican.farms. Between March 1934, CORN FLAKES 8-oz.. pkg.
Patronage
with,Mrs. Flynn Mrs?L. Q Pow- and March, 1935, values rose In DEL-"MONTE -
ell and H1s ->EUa: >Tt"on as' hostesses thirty states,declined In but;:five PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 17c
'
Purchase Complete New Machinery RITZ : Circle,T&ree,wUI meet at and remainder, unchanged in the
THEATRE ANN PAGE ,
I the residence of Mr. and Mrs.'T, other thirteen.,
For Our Opening. STARKE' M. .,"Back to the Farm,Is becom- ,PRESERVES 16oz. Jar 19cCUT

I f and Hutchlug.wlMrs.Hutchinga, : ing a reality ,Where'a. fnr years RITE t "i '
J PROGRAMBEGINNING tesse**' *!\ ;;" > ago, the'farm population was 'being WAX PAPER Roll lOc

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depleted by an exoduato: the
FRIDAYFRIDAY 10NA-Red Ripe Full Pack

WE ARE GRATEFUL 'GOIN' .TO JUNE TOWN'28TII. LARRY'S'BEAtJT.Y.SHOP cities reversed going, the and from trend streams urban baa completely of to peopleare rural ,TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans 15c

areas. A number of reasons lie FANCY MIXED. ORES and WHITE
Mae Weal behind this, such as Industrial'unemployment -

For The Splendid Support Of Our Aluo Betty Boop Comedy : profitable specialty, the development farming, and of LIMA BEANS 3 No. 2 Cans 27c

Friend*_In Starke And Vicinity, And SATURDAY. JUNE Z8TH. -L. the desire of immigrants to leave WEBSTER'S-Early June

"DAWN TRAIL"Ruck LOOK YOUR BEST FOR the cities for the land, PEAS 25c
We Feel That We Will Be Even More Jane JULY 4 In addition, 'the number'of Individual 3 No.2 Cans

N4 farms la on the Increase -AP,DELICIOUS, CONCORD
Capable In The Future Of Fine Service SUN.-MON.. JUNE 30-July 1 SPECIALSSHAMPOO.ET 'n New.England alone, there were
tlt 162.000'producing farms 'January GRAPE 25c
"Let's Live Tonight"Lillian on JUICE Pint bot.l3c Qt.
*That They So Richly Deserve. i =DRY 1. 1935,In contrast to 12. ,OOO
Harvey on April 1, 193O.
Tullto Cormlnatl SCIENTIFIC REST FACIAL FANCY BLUE ROSE (Whole Grain) I
II' All,of this speaKa well for'the
Aim. Netvunwl and Cartoon MANICURE
tt YOUR CLOTHES! FULLY COVERED BY INSURANCE EYEBRI !';:ARCH' future of agriculture and a self- RICE .5 Lbs. 23c
AOAINST FIRE AND THEFT: WHILE IN OUR CUSTODY. I TUES.-WED.. July tnd-Srd supporting citizenship. It is natural '
"LADIES LOVEDANGER" ALL FOR $145'PERMiNENT that people should win their MARY.ANN-Old FasblenedMEAL

Personnel, 'of:-JUNIUS S\IJTlI-Sole: Owner JAMES: lIving from the land. And thereat '
DENNIS-Foreman of Production J. D. DOYLE.-Spotter ( :progress made in developing 10() Lbs.24c
n1 Mom Rarrl*-Gilbert Roland ,more-scientific farming methods .
and.FlnI8h.r; FLORA CONOLY-Cashier; B. J. HOLLY- WINNER ROCK .GROUND
WAVES largely due to the efforts of '
Solicitor. TIIURS.-FRI., JULY 4th-Sth
large agricultural cooperatives GRITS 10 Lbs. 30cBANANAS
"PrivateVorlds" $2.00 ,Is Immeasurably Improving the :
,
Claude tto,, Colbert farmers opportunity to 'till ,the
; Joan Bennrtt Charlco Rorr soil sts, profit, All. In all. it Is 4 Lfe. 15c |
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STARKE DRY CLEANERS CASH NITETUESDAY. !: Prices Good From safe to say,thatithe agricultural -

JULY June' 27 4 situation Is basically better BOW
SND. to July
:4 I l than at any time since dep..loa'et THE GREAT ATLANTIC&; PACIFIC TEA COMPAN
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arrived Mr. and from Mrs Plant, C.: F. Ward have Mr. Zan Griffith of Valdosta Ga. Mrs Emma Padgett and daugh- DV. and Mrs. E L. Biggs spent d q
City to NAT SEZ
some time here with Mrs. Ward'sparents spend, : [HJ was In Starke Tuesday visiting ters, Miss. Connie and Birdie of Sunday In St. Augustine visiting''
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Mr. Palmetto, Dr and Mrs J. E.Mamas 4 A'lI1
Bits of Mr. and Mrs John Ug I Mra. Biggs' mother Mr O. ,. t
The Griffith was a resident of Starke of Lake Butler, with Sher- I
,
main of
low. topic the day ta the Griffin. They were accomapnied J'{j G 4 6.1
new proposed Tax the Rich about fifty years ago and while iff and Mrs. W. J, Epperson have }
program home by their little daughter. Dotty
here was renewing old acquaintances. returned to' their respective homes 41 j
Mr. and Mrs. A which President Roosevelt Sue, who had the
Newsom. spent past : '
ica1 Ne* spent Sunday In Jacksonville with la going to try after enjoying a nine day. enjoy two weeks there with her grand-
able house party at the Epperson!
I
I Mr. Newsom's brother and sister- and put over; mother. 4 4F
e' Lake.
at They
cottage Klngsley
I have ;
in-law Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newcorn always u Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow spent

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND wanted to get', Tuesday in Jacksonville visiting had as their guests Sunday at the
lake, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Mamas,
rich but
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN now their son-in-law and daughter, Jr., and son, John 3rd, of Gainesville ?
PROGRESS Jacobs' Cm glad that I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell. Mrs. i ,
left
tt tty
Miss from that and Mr. and Mrs. G. A An y' '
never got i Uglow remained over for a few
Jacksonville Wednesday afternoonby way.. For In1"italic days visit with Mr. and Mrs Mc derson.
boat for New York City where *' If you' Dowell.
she will visit friends Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Hunter of
Brooker was a Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McRae .for several have an Incomeof @ ,
of
Euatts, week-end guests of ,
't pareses weeks. $10.000,000 Mrs. Thelma Johns ana daughter ; were
and children of the State Farm, a
Friday. Mr. and Mra. O. J. Griffin at their
hero Miss Gloria Johns, left Wednesday
tar were visitors her. Sunday afternoon year the Government
.. Sheriff and Mrs. W Epperson U for Brevard, N. C. Mrs apartment on Call Street. Mrs.
Tlsf going
-
was a.
Glen O. Searing were In Lake Butler Sunday visiting to tax Johns will remain for a three- Hunter remained over for a week'avisit
.
f to Jacksonville' Thursday.B Mr. Epperson's brother-in- 75 per cent you of that. That mean weeks visit while her daughter will with Mr. and Mra. Grlffls. p' ;1W

i George Flynn Jr.. spent last law and sister, Prof and Mrs. F. that some poor fellow who Is mak- enter a girl' camp for a period of NOTICE y,
'
of Melrose, week in Gainesville visiting his uncle G. Schell. two months.
Alderman last Thursday and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. ing that much a. year*,will only The registration books of the, n t
I tl8ltor here Gray. have $2,500,000 left> to get alongon George C. White of Tallahassee, City of Starke will be open for the You.
Mr. '
and Mr. W. H.. Jones of '
for one year. registration of electors from
_
spent the week-end here visitinghis
in. Hill WilliamsMane> Walhalla, S. C., and Mrs. E. Gllll- If you don't think'that's tough, mother, Mrs. J. W. White and Thursday. July 11 to Saturday, Look
a Miss Clyde Moseley of Galnes- son, of Jacksonville, were week
was just try It sometime. other relatives. He was accompanied August 10. 1935. Inclusive.
vlllo, was here the first of the end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen CARL JOHNS. ,t, ,
home by Mrs. White and little
1
week visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sallie G. Searing We Specialize' In Registration officer Right. .
.
France. White, who with Mrs.White's
: Gainesville, was
r.Dell of TIson.Mra..
ANKLETSAll : mother and sister, Mr. Q. City of Stark ,
Tues-
here Mr. ,
to business and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and
d1IIg W. Alderman and Mra. S. P. Van- v i
III!Juee
R. S. Johns of Lake But children, Dot, Harold and Nina, A BLADDER LAX
.. divlere, had just returned from A You had best have 1 ,
have moved out to. I lOc t1&25c 'your
.I.Ii ler, was here Wednesday visitingher their cottageat two TillS 25o TEST FKEK
weeks visit In Baltimore, Md.
.C: B. Robert of Graham, parents,*Mr. and Mrs. W. H; Kingsley Lake for a several V <* If It falls. When Irritation wakes Eyes Examined. I have
rj'visitor here Tuesday after- Green. weeks stay. Just. Arrived'WHITE Mrs. Mae Jones Jacksonville, you up, use this bladder lax to fitted glasses for 37 yearn '.
i FELTSFor spent Sunday in Starke with her flush out Impurities and .excess 063 people In Bradford d+ ,t '.

._---- -- Miss Melba-Silcox. ,of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. T, F. Landrumand Ladle brother-in-law and slater, Dr. and acids. Get buchu leaves, juniper County have had glasses i; .
treet bendy of Gainesville', was spent the week-end here with daughter, Uell, are enjoying a Mrs. W. E. Middleton. She was accompanied oil, etc., In little green tablets called fitted by me. So why not + 'k
idtor:t here Wednesday after- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D L. visit In Inverness with Mr. Lan- $1.49 back to the city by her Bukets. Works on the bladder you T Special reduction ?

Sllcox. drum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. niece, Marjorie Sue Middleton, similar to castor oil on the boweK for the summer m
A. Landrum. LL SHEETING who had dis-
spent the past month here Bladder Irritation can cause

i. v. Shaw of the State Farm Comptroller and Mrs. J. M..Lee, Regular Price 12c with her grandparents, Dr. anj turbed sleep, frequent desire, scanty
visitor here Saturday after- of Tallahassee, were dinner guests Members of the W. C. T. U. will Our Price Mrs. Middleton. flow, burning or backache. In S. G. LEWIS
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G., W. Al assemble at the home of Mrs. No- lOc Yd. four day., If not pleased any druggist .
derman.Mr. ble White Friday 3:30: p. m. for Mr. and Mr. R. H..Barbour and will refund your 25c. Get Optician and Watchmaker ,

it Ruth Courtney of Lawtey, their: weekly meeting. Friends of Cool rDRESS family, are enjoying a, stay at your regular sleep and feel "full of 118 S/Walnut St. '
a visitor here Monday aftera and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and the cause invited.Mr GOODSNew Kingsley Lake at their cottage. pep." Mitchell's Drug Store. 1 1 {

Miss Patricia Lambe, were visitors -
to Jacksonville last Thursday and .Mrs. Sam T. Dell and > Patterns 3

and Mrs. Jack Laranto of afternoon.Mr. daughter Miss Olive, and eon, S. 19c and 25c
k mvllle! were visitor here T. Jr., of Gainesville, have moved MaeeBy NASWORTHY'S
'
out to their cottage at Kingsley F'or Summer Wear Carnationbedal
y. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and lit-
tle daughter, Shirley Jean, spent Lake for the summer. SLACKSWhite Gold P SUGAR \
T
I OGRO'CERY
fl
Lurice G. Langford of Galnes- the week-end visiting. relatives in Blue and Brown 'f
waa a visitor here Tuesday Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansburyand
noon. daughter, Mrs. Nathan Pre- $1.49, '
Miss Billie Jones of Walhalla, vatt, are expected to arrive home '" MILK 5 Lb.

A. B. Williams and Miss S. C., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday from a month's visit with We Sell FINE FOODS

.,. Lambe, spent Wednesday Glen Searing for the, remainder of relatives in the North. McCall Patterns :
-
Tall Can
atkBonvlUe. the summer, I I They Cost'More + '
Mr and Mra. William E.: Dowl- Because They're BetterIT LOW PRICES 25c

D. E. Knight and Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lane' of tng of Bradenton were guests 6c
ir, 'spent several days In jainesvllle, were here Sunday.vis- Wednesday and Thursday of Dr. PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S- I FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 28-29 :
j recently. ting Mrs. Lane's parents, Mr. anj !and Mrs. E. L. Biggs at their residence : fir. v

Mrs. P. J. Pearce, on Walnut Street. ,

Ir. and Mrs. Charles Imbacht Mrs. Joe H. Gill and son, Jackie TALL PINK TIP TOP MARKET MYLES
week-end visiting friends Mr. and :Mrs. L.'M. and Starke, Florida
t the \ Gray son Joe Murden, of Raleigh N. C., ,
iFernandlna.r. of Gainesville, have moved out .to are enjoying a visit at Kingsley SALMON SA L T ylGti
their cottage at Klngsley Lake fort Lake with Mrs. Gill's parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E.: S. Matthewsand PRIME RIB
(.and Mrs. A. L. Kabr, Jr., of several weeks stay. and Mrs J. M. Alvarez son, Eugene, and Dr. and Mrs
file, spent Saturday withIn H. B. McLendon have moved out Can --.--- tOe, STEAK Lb. 13c Pkg. .-!--- ;3cHiPLANE
i Starke. Rev. and Mrs C. B. 'Price and Misses Ruth Sternberg, Mary to the matthews' summer cottageat .

i:children, have been< enjoying a Brownlee and Sara Hope Haynes, Kingsley Lake for the remainder FANCY WESTERN DIME BRAND ifs '
j June Bullen of Daytona I Neck's stay at the Epperson cot who are attending summer school of the summer.*
\la here visiting her sister tage at Kingsley Lake. in Gainesville, spent. the week-end r' ROAST Lb. .14
.
i Beatrice Bullen. here at their respective homes. Mesdames L. A. Canova, F. C. TOBACCO MILK '
Mrs Franklin RoischktAas re- Hoover P. M. Barefoot and W. J. FANCY LONG iIQRIY .< .. -.
E. S. Matthews Is spend turned to her home In Tennllle, Ga. ..Mrs. Nat Sternberg ha returned : Epperson were in Lawtey Tuesday Can 7'/c Can loc j '
linveral days In St. Augustine after a ten day's visit, herewith, from a visit in New York City afternoon visiting J'Mrs! W. H. -_-- CHEESE Lb. .19c __ ___

i Mm O. J. Griffin. Mr.-and :Mrs. K. G_Duncan. with relatives. Mrs. Sternberg also Biggs, who has been seriously ill FANCY FLORIDA
visited her son Cadet Ben for the past three weeks.. CORN PORK ,' '

i.K.G. Duncan and little eon, Mlsa Lena Belle Shepard of Hll- Sternberg at West Point while ROUND lb. 19c
Miss Letha Patten and Mrs. Ina STEAK
|enjoying a month's visit with liard, has been a guest for several away. Mae Flynn were In1 Starke last FLAKES BEANS

yes i In Tennllle, Ga. days of her trother-ln-law-and sister Mr. and Mrs.. Gary Ennis and week visiting MIlS;. Patterns and FANCY .;

Mr. and Mrs. C. A,. Knight. of Miami, and Mrs,. W. B. En- '
son, Mrs. Flynn's brother, G. L. Patten, '
I. J. Canova of Gainesville, Pkg. 7c STEW Lb. Can 3c
__ :
12'/c
ale of Tampa, were.guests Sun- while enroute to their home in -- --
t I Sunday here visiting his Bullen and Mrs. .
Miss Beatrice
day of Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Morgan Eustla from a visit In Mississippi.
ir,Mrs. E. E. Canova. G. Raymond spent the week-end '
at their home on East Mad- FANCY TABLE FANCY a U-Oz. BOTTLE'
In Daytona Beach visiting Miss loon Street. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez and t
Sina Kite BUtch of Jack Bullen's mother Mrs. J.. J.. Bullen. daughter, Miss Virginia' spent NECK BONES lb. 10e
tile was here Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly of Sunday In Jacksonville visiting PEACHES CATSUP

|,ud Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. L. D. Vining and her sis- Nichols, who are attending summer Mrs. Alvarez' uncle and aunt, Mr.

ter Miss Ruby Kllpatrkk, will school at the University of and Mrs. I, J. Reddish. Miss Al- No 2Z can t5c RIB STEW Lb. 9c Special ttc
rlyle Rites of Jacksonville, leave Saturday for Miss Kllpat- Florida, were visitors here Sat vares remained over for a longer r_
t the week-end here with his rlck's home In Troy, Ala Mrs. Vln urday afternoon enroute to High visit and Is a member of a house
II. Mr. and Mrs. J.. H. Ritch. Ing will remain there until after land for a week-end visit with party at Jacksonville Beach this I

the wedding of Miss Kllpatrlck their daughter, Patty: who is visiting week which Is given by her cousins ,HAMBURGER Special L6.121 c
',and Mrs. Henry Hawkins of and James Beatty Sides, which will her grandmother, Mrs. H. C'I Misses Mabel and Pearl,Reddish e e

kind eland Mrs., were C. F.dinner Ward guest last Fri.'of be an event of July 23., Wlmberly, Sr. .. J BROOKFIELD SOILING BEST WIIITIII qUART aBUTTER



b. and Mrs. George-W. Thom. I New Chevrolet Assembly Plant Opens in Baltimore I BACON BACON MUSTARD


IIId Mrs. Marla I* Klckliter. Pound ._ 27c Pound ___ t5c Pound, __ 20c Jar _______ 9c '
visitors to Gainesville Fit-'

GOLDEN RULE GUARANTEED SELF.RlSING ; :
6 L139. 12.1.139. 24.L S
'',and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs.
1 Brown and daughter Cor- :#

nd IOn, W. A. Jr., Mr and '; FLOUR Z.
1-R.Waters and children and

B-Colson of Brooker. attended : 'I
Airport Dedication program
Sunday afternoon. ''t1


fNT A WORD t' y k w a'K POTATOES 10 Lbs. lOc ( POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c nw _


3, >
1 + w w+ +. BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL FANCY FRESH: FANCY a REAM


fc ND-One COLUMN bathing suit-own- 4:: BANANAS LETTUCE TOMATOES CHEESE


cam I for recover this ad.RENTJuly by. Identifying M .. 4 Lb. 15c Head 7'/2c 3 Lb. tOe Pound 19c

'

ed flying apartment.1 to Two Sept.-'bea- GOLD DUST Pkg. 2cl I BROOM Sur. .. 39c

i room, dining room
IlteheL

nr apply Write this_ office.Box eM, BROOKFIELD MAYONNAISE or RELISH PL .25c


for ap CARDS, any sDe,

'too Stationery; $1.110 for, 100.100 (01lO-sheets, ', Fancy Green Coffee, Lb. 12'/2c Cumberland Coffee, Lb 15c 'j

envelopes W.75.: Bradford t MAXWELL HOUSE I PURR l 4''
Telerraph. Phone 29.," U. I,
I.\1.E-Lot COFFEE Lb. 29c DE 2Lbs..25cN
2> Elk ,,:..JobDII .
toe, Starke. SO acres.' 88- a
315 73rd BALlARD'S TABLE TALK OR SOUTHERN BEATTTY-PLAIN OR 44.
uroGklyn, N. Acted 6-21-ot


-IIo..... J.LI-BljY 14J.slonary!D. Diggs now,Strawberry for next It- w w. FLOUR 24c45c 85I


*41
'g-Porto
Rico Potato .
11 per thousand ''T. D. 15'

B+aoker. 6-2-2t- Governmental, state and civic officials! Joined with the principal, executives Ia Baltimore of General rece tl1.Meters The Corporatioa new plant,. (center la the) .
Chevrolet assembly plant
formal dedicated opening with of the Imprnelve new 80,000ear-a-year cercmoalll (lowei' left), and Chevrolet. Fisher Body and Ga Motors. oeieisis MEAL lOLbs. 24e !GRITS 10 Lhs. .25ctai.
&dd1na machine was 01 Commerce lNmquet In the..a .B.Holler,".. .praidcDt .
: ribbons, _pat. BaJtmA evrolat standing nor. H. W. .Nice. and Alfred
.sl.e 01 .. shown ( ) with Maryland'

0Ia'Hachtypewriter.sale. a t paper tII. 'second paper rdTelegraph sadgeneral.pt the manager upper Of right photo, with Scoator(upper Jd't MJUard). M T&dlna(left. p-aideat) aad Ma7O"and gH W J.mussuefekaon 01 01 ChCYroJet.BaltJm aaa'pkredba LOWEST PRICES IN OVER A YEAR

office. Phone .(-right)"' Lower right ehowa the lint\ motor car built In that city.
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FRIDAY. JI"t
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARKE, FLORIDA
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Mix peach pulp, sugar and lemo I\Corn Acreage wNERVE: Jtt-

. AtD'tA.aD911ta.Lrl'a juice tency and of cook marmalade.until of the Pour tonsil Into Being Measure S'U'pveTOyser :O


sterile jars and seal at once. Oi, Instructions- from the LIVE-STATE NEWSNews
Acting on
thoroughly nice, ripe peach
FARMERS SECTION wash cut and remove pits, if free Washington office and the Stat
es; will
stones. Cook in their own Jules s office, the county supervisor of of Florida in Short Paragraphs
;S to put throug 'measure the corn on the farms i iII
until soft enough
this
Conducted by Demonstration Agents ,dllver to remove skins and pits 1 tt I I the com-hog contractors _
allow half as week, according to L. T. Dyer,
pulp;
clings; measure ...
Count -
I. much sugar as pulp. When pul County Agent'J1I1nlon ; -.. :- -
In
and 'cook until who baa charge of this work
_. hp/ Is heavy add sugar CONVICTS CAPTURED
.-- clear and of the desired coasts- this county. VACATIONS APPROVED convicts who
sterile jan Each contractor, Mr. Dyer flays. TALLAHASSEE The stat RAIFORD-Two
hot
Hints To Housewives tency. Pour In immediately.. has been allotted a limited num cabinet approved vacations not exceeding ; abducted a guard and a trusty In
RURAL and
Seal process the state prtsoi
bar of acres ha can grow In con forty-five days for itl' a bold dash from

COMMON SENSE Peach Ice Cream this year, and it Is necessary tha members, but most of them said farm at Raiford last week wen
Home Demonstration L. FChapman .
Weekly from Use 2 cupfuls milk, 2 cupful the acres be carefully checked be they would not take that long. captured. Superintendent

By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, Tallahassee cream or evaporated milk 3 cupfuls fore rental payment can be made. reported, as they walket

peach pulp 2 1-2 cupfuls sugar The supervisor named in this Into a hotel at Mount Dora, Attired -
work is Mr.. J PRESIDENT TO SET BLAST In the civilian clothes they forced -
1 DESPITE BLACK PEACH RECIPES 1 tablespoon lemon juice. county to do this Roosevelt
SPIDERS MIAMI President to them It
give
victims
and put their
WIDOW ARE BENEFICIAL Peel ripe peaches W. Surrency. will be asked to touch an electrics) uniforms,.the ean gh
for prison
ASSERTS PeAch Butter through a coarse sieve. Add suga exchange a* t
ENTOMOLOGIST the
to blast
h button next September surrendered,.Chapman wonder
stir well and allow convicts'readily yon thti
Use 4 quarts ripe peaches, sugar and lemon juice tbe FIGHT RATTLESNAKES last rock out of Miami's ship channel said. bark at theunpleasant ebdldrm
while preparing
As a result of recent wldely-dl- lemon. to stand CLEARWATER-Moving to end its deepening to Watek ecU
the and :Juice of 1-2 milk and cream gradually to complete .
trlbuted news stories about the peaches first In bolliniwater cream. Add the rattlesnake menace In this sec thirty feet.DEPARTMENT. ,nines may lead to11f
Dip and freeze. AGAINST LAW
pulp RULES
Black Widow and how dangerous then In cold water and slip'' to peach tion. Pinellas County commissioners -e million-
'
she la, many people have become skins. Cut In pieces aDd Peach .Cake offered a'bounty of twenty QUINCY Florida1 t1o.
off the was.helc
wary of all spiders.Entomologist Press through loaf of o' five cents to two dollars for each GOES dollar slot machine law dtitarbu,
soft. sponge
cook until very Cut top off a stat Circuit don't
P J. R. Watson, of eact back brought tc TALLAHASSEE The unconstitutional today by WJy you try Dr. Mj
Florida Experiment Station,, a colander and measure; to good plain cake and remove Inch can diamond rattler Five cases of rattlesnake Purchasing Department, create Judge E.. C. Love on the ground Bfferveaweat Nervine Tibta
the pint of pulp allow 1 cupful sugar ter leaving a shell about 1-2 the courthouse. E. Carl: a form ol Just MM in a half rU
however, says a word for spiders bite have been reported In 1929 by Governor Doyle that it sought to legalize ?
what w thick.; Mix together 3 table.poonssugar cabinet, will pas prohibited by thestate's water makes a pleasant, IT*
In general. "I don't know files, boll weeks and one wai ton and the state lottery gambling
if beneficial, 'as they destroy and boiling water and. In the past two ... Love staff drink delightfully igetta
If it 1 by'virtu Judge
existence July constitution.
without spiders. offered out of
would do mosquitoes, mites lice cockroach Add enough powdered fataL Commissioners also /vr-taxed nerves.Dr. .
F were not for them, the Insects es and many other insects which 3 minutes.to make an icing,that care a two dollar bounty for coral of a rider attached to the biennial granted a temporary injunction Mile. Nervine h ,

would probably starve us by eatingup are injurious to human beings, sugar Cover rim and makes. 'general appropriations bill pusaBd restraining Comptroller J. M. Lee ssode tm two ftrms-limij iKlfeiveeceut

our food supplies," he says. also kill some beneficial In ) easily spread.with icing and sprinkle --.-- by the 1935! legislature. from spending ,any public funds Tablet. Both h
and thousands They tides of cake -distributing licenses soothing effect.S1JM .
thousands the same
,a for printing
There are considering the enor'flours > i
RESORT
recta, but thickly with chopped pecans BIO HEALTH
Florida. Thero slot machines aa at year drag star*
of spiders In number of injurious Insects 01' shredded coconut. Fill center MIAMI Bernarr MacFadden, PLAN DISCARDED to operate ii ia. .,11 _.

are several hundred klndspldersof and they destroy, spiders are our with Sliced sugared peaches, heapIng vealthy publisher and exponent of JACKSONVILLE-A plan tor provided in a legislative act which
rainbow ,
;t every color of from the those of almost friend I. them up. Serve with plain physical culture flew his own governmental consolidation, the effect became law last.Tuesday. F ,4 ,

spiders ranging to those In a house where there are numerous ream.: plane here from New York this of which'would have been to I --

3i microscopic size about'six inch spiders, other Insects most week to take'I possession of the make Jacksonville the world'i Three of the six aspirants to the /

whose leg span Is jf the time, become scarce. Spid CRIME Bill Deauvllle Casino which he leased largest city In area, lay in the'< Texas Democratic nomination for c

es. in Florida ers are usually loath to bite hu- FLORIDA'S from' Lucy Cotton Thomas, and) icraphead last week, discarded by I governor, in the' 1934 primaries

There is only one dangerous-the spider nan beings and will not do so unless vlll convert It into a high-class a S 2323 margin of the Duval elec hailed from Wichita Falls.

that is really threatened or teas- WINTER HAVEN- Florida MacFadden will
they are health resort. orate
this Is the only
{ and
a' Black Widow- Watson advises us id. Even then, as a rule their bites! pays $12,000,000 a year for crime eraonally supervise alterations e r

fit& spider that Mr. are not very serious. -more than it costs to operate the md improvements' which will '
kill. It can be readily identifiedas NO ATTORNEY EES
to and witha Their webs are unsighted in the tate government-Superintendent change the tamed $2,600.000 nightclub t
shiny At 0
Its body is black of the State Prle- TALLAHASSEE -- met For 'Expert RepairingSmith's
F. haven.FIGHT'CHAIN .
do L. Chapman into winter health
usually a
brilliant red marking on the under home and housewives Raiford told a civic 'General Cary D. Landis holds the
) the lot like them, but there are some on> Farm at r. -
mark Is
r side. The red oftered rtorlda small loan law prohibits
Chapman
here
not webs, ;Mr. club meeting TAX
of two ipldera that do spin
hourglass or borrowers any
? shape of an to curb enders charging
several suggestions
complaint
meeting. Watson says.'' But in those TALLAHASSEE-A fees If theloan
the points
with amount for attorney's
triangles listed the
are spiders and. rime. Among these he declaring the'chain'store tax law 'Garage
he where there
louses
this spider, and legal
the -
If one is bitten by Elimination of the shy- Is less than $300,
there are! plowing: mconstltutlonal la on record la
I should go to bed Immediately and spider,'web. and where:, the ; Interest rate of three and one-
insects it Iter lawyer; quit glorifying 'here. Contending
The nG roaches and other circuit court
lie as quietly as possible. bal cent a month Is charged.
(>'
wanderlust in youthy per
and rlminal; curb the act Violated the declarator -
wound should be painted with would seem that the spiders I hat Phone 120
; ,iodine and a physician should be vebs are preferable to the Insects. making employment possible; of rights complaint! was .
correct false philosophy_ of the G. Wells and D.K. STICKS SLOT OPERATOR
immediately to give an injection Spiders rarely'become as numer- lied by Harry
called of Epsom salts. ous> and as bothersbme as roachesre value of the dollar; teach value for :. Roberts, attorneys for Run J. :MIAMI BEACH Municipal Wrecker Service Day or Night

Practically' other spiders are In some houses. uman personality. Davis, Chipley druggist. The law Judge Daniel P. Galen today fined

_mm_I passed by the recent legislature B. D. Johnson'$100 and costs for

.....': ..., y '' ...er.I. fixed occupational license fees and operating a slot machine, and corn-
..... ,./. '. t 11\0"' In seated "Operators of slot machines ..............
:
.'.' .?;" "d'iet'd.emen gross receipts' taxes, both graduated to receive the .......................... ... .
will continue
; of a aerieelPen1n0 YOlt, according to the number of
;
tfi i '':or@ y.;. ;n one : large t 'possible sentences. in this I have
Satur Time, .eta stores operated by each concer'1.the : f\I want to go out and 1 I'm strong
) ourt. .
'v Colller'a'Llberq revenue to to the public ?
't go
:f', + schools. ., ." 1' .. (play...but I have to stay'I II no rips 'cause I'm

''':'' -.-- COSTLY'GOVERNMENT : I and. sewedl \ ,sewed with
If in get
'\'. TRAIL KILLERS The Southern Association of TALLAHASSEEGovernment, '
HOT THE F
COATS
ON
& P.
tL..2- Colleges and Secondary Schools In Florida Is, costing the'people J.

'Ii1', THIS RELENTLESS SLEUTH RAN DOWN has published a list of 122 Florida nearly $100,000,009( annually, or : .best -cord thread ,J 1c
for per- :
;,.\ ; schools and colleges Included In its approximately' $60 every
fiscal of 1933- .
membership.. on. In the year

. THE UNVARNISHEDTRUTHABOUT --. 34.. disbursements for all .purposes

For the first time In the memories >y.,the.State,..Us:counties:'cities' ,.

.''R of the oldest Inhabitants of md taxing districts totalled $9465,471.18 ,-

.$J Massachusetts'incebergs recently while' revenue receipt.

' 'i ppeared'in the'Atlantic off Cape sere $99,47,497.11.
ir' -.:....-. -

;t t dvii Cod. $60,000 FIREARCADIAFire "

f? i '4NYS, yyjr zsm C. NOT1CR has destroyed r
f Notice In hereby given to all cr.d-
.' mill lumber ramps
the planing
)' r.f ** Itors of William McEver, deceased
,
r<,I Ir .w SSrS ..srrjysftszTVttX to'preHont their. claims. to the un.rnlcned and large amountof lumber at
, ". within eight month from the Sherman Lumber Company at
1. KJ HJ will b. barred by law.
CT.Z.T S date or name
t a>b th*MI IH kaC** *J *<<> 7** a M M Dabtora of said estate may pay Ilcora.' Loss was estimated by JUST ,
;.<'" jiwi-KC K'"* ** "** M -.----.- tiy'y:rcS't' unilerHlffn d administrator. I The
riaA to
' &ssm.s3 : c .S : ... same : : ; company officials at 60000.
.+ i : W. K MoISver, Administrator ANY
iM .1 valued at 200000.
)r -2l-4t-7-lJ entire plant I Is THREAD /

.' N Most of the damage<< was coveredby ..
:: 'By the NOTICH power OF vales K1.ECT1OV In them the' Insurance It was Bald: / ...::: :::,

.f.' ford Hoard County of Publla Florida Inntructlnn hereby of rails Brad.an :....................................e/e/

.'.i'r; mfttl*. K JiW -. election to be held on July 9 1935, NEW LAW UPHELD
..... '* Florida, Florida's new
? '- afrjxsfest at the City Hall In I> wtey JACKSONVILLE-

\r't Inspector Faurot of New York Police 4 Ipoelal Bradford Tax<'oun.School", for Dimrlcl th.' purpose No. e of ofsctlnir law prohibiting endurance contests 1

o' three trustees and fiaingthe such as walkathons was upheld 1t
q. ---t- t-'" .-- mlllasa for the ensuing two a three Judge federal
( by ., s
4\f\ which show this tire stsnds up yra'rrrti' "ears.lTor< the purno'" of "nnldlncT'' Bald court.. Arguments during a brief,
G el'otlon the folffiwlnir are appointed centered around the word .
hearing
; better than claimed.' .. ..... .;... _.. _, .. .H..I..y..N manager.J_ T-: Aeddt.h H. A. UrlfflH, and ,Jamesttneier A. H. walkathon. with counsel attackIng -''

Clerk. the law claiming the term was e1.Ind .
.
= SAFETY AND W... O. Manning Cnairman.A.. J. Oiirfls,' easy.e7.5t1 : not defined. "

; PROVED GELTER -e.M"'I'RR'. SAI.R -COUGHUN-.--HERB-- .w

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NOTICE I. hereby given that tinder 'JACKSONVILLE-.Father. Char-

4tii % MORE ''U9 ntIiD, MILEAGE' nf I PoreoloHura and by virtue made of a.and Final rendered Decree lea E. Coughlin whose criticisms of,

; 43 lIy the Honorable A. Z. Adalna, men In high places have made hima t +l.
of the
Court
Judge of the Circuit In various national controversies -
figure
.
Seth Judicial Clroult of Florida In
b't'w; Is In Florida "for a little
and for Bradford County. In Chan- ,
1"': 4th ,trip and very, dated June 14th 19X5, In thatcertain holiday." Here for a short'
For July 4
your : l cauea therein lately pend- left by auto- ,v.r n '
', ing' between. The Federal Land visit Father Coughlin '
,>i" to come -Invest lank of Columbia Plaintiff and J. mobile for Miami., He declined to
many, many trips -: a Adklnn and wife, at al.. Defendants presidential >
the undemlcued, who was discuss the coming
{if. now in the SAFETY of this Greatest herein appointed a. special 1 Master election and his recent difficultieswith ,
p lit Chancery to execute the name :
Louisiana's Huey P, Long
,II': Goodyear Tire Ever Built. Come see August will on. r i.da'iur'I'e: \: day laical-of 3ofthe

hour. of sale, 'before the Court I TO WORK
:/: I Houaa door In Btarka, Florida. cell 5,000
if : 'o the hla-hent and bent bidder for JACKSONVILLEInstructions
tread- .a"It.lhe following ... ilrndfordCounty lands to place 5,000 men at work on air
actuate, tying and being In
Florida, to-wlt: port projects under the new works

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other'
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c REAL 0..,... the Blood appointed last' week by Governor Open Road (loyi)......2Yri.P s.cc'od fin..y'.......
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\' CORD a.... PROTECTION limbf/ led,g ilina".,you.up .; "i herebl.all ..- IL L.. Schaller of Miami fourth. GUARANTEED PI-

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&>pAI-. 28,1981! .- -_ -- -- -_..__..-COUNTY_ --. --.-TELEOR.\PII_____ .-0- __, STARKE__ FLORIDA--- .- .- -- -. ... -.- ,,_. ,- -.- -,- ... PAGE.... SEVEN. -

; CpCRCI_ DIRECTORYigST '\ head. "Funny part Is I'm not sorry His shoulders squared tensely. "I : "Absolutely old girl." Sherry

\ >1"IoJ'1': COURCII ." rather thought you liked having eyes bad not left her face.

B I'rlce, Pastor o MORE LAD I P6 "If you're not sorry what are me around-more or less." :, "So what?"

lit". C.School 10 o'clocle a. m., you?" "So I would," she said her voice In one swift stride Sherry crossed .

daY She cccked her head to one side drugging. "But. -here, I'll give to her side and cloi/rd/ his arms. ," + j ,?r, .1,

TloWorshlp, 11 a. m, 'Hungry-yes, that's it --hungry.I'm you some coffee-to help you think'' around her "So let's get mar. t

aerinalp. U 8:45: p' 01, J.m (At "/.f.flay>y A.E,T M O M AS \ going to raid the Ice box You'd it over" ried." he said huskily ,
better run along"ihcrry But Sherry was barring her way "Wh-what?" ''I
Sgutat hershMeetpngmWednee- 9 ..4'tIIIBEATRIC.E'< ,FABERMETR0'GOLDWYN'MAYER : !! took her arm. "Do you to the stove "I'm not going to "And so my darling," he murmured -

'' generally throw your suitors out think it over. Thinking has always -I tenderly in her ear "they ,.', ,

: 1:30: P m lerrtce, Wedg hungry" annoyed me. Everything I've were married and lived unhappily ,:;

d-week prayer ., riCTUK.1 "I was making an exception In ever,done that was any good was ever after" q'' .i ell,, .'

''a)* p, (SYNOPSIS Marcia Townsend --- your case," she replied with a sud- done on Impulse I have 'an Impulse Marcia threw back her head and i

IIlethOQI.1-b\II'C b '- lives with her. modern-minded peremptorily "What" have you around had fled. den flashing smile "But come to make It a good deal her eyes shone with a bright light. I / .

Montgomery! OI', done with Marcia? Sherry leaned,, forward., "My along." more." "I'll tell you one thing. It's) going ,

eV, B )t, ool-1 L, ., a grandmother.Park Avenue Fanny penthouse Townsend She, In Sherry fldgetted." "I, ersort dear Fanny I don't smell any In the kitchen Marcia surveyed "Shall you obey that impulse?" to be the most marvelous party lathe 1i c 1)),
of
ulg Ic Worsblp--ll a.'m. Is In love with mislaid her. smoke but you alarm me." the contents of the refrigerator. "Yes with your permission" world or It's) going to be hell." 1,
Warren }
Sherry "
x.eague-1:1J: : P.'m.Worsblp8:00 New York's handsomest "Oh, mislaid her Fanny echoed "I want to alarm you," Fanny "Cut some bread" she ordered. "You know pretty well about Tve always wondered if there qk y }+ "
heart-
rtb p. m,.' breaker. While she is In him as if this cleared everything said with meaning "What-how?" that don't you?" ahe asked In a really Is a hell. Sherry murmured ,' t'
III& a nightclub up magically."Are "It's generally done with a low voice. against her lips.
with him one of his old Slowly, almost painfully Sherry 4
I girl you joking. Warren?" Oliver stood knife." His eyes scanned her face. "I "Well, my lord." she salJ,, a suspicious 1
creates a scene at the bar up. Fanny had made herself
eery.jl'terlan" accusing asked ominously. clear. "The "You're a little jumpy tonight." sit at this moment on the anxious break In her voice while f ; ((1
: Aqultanla sails in the
Sherry of throwing her
over. A fa'jit glimmering of the truth I Sherry drawled as be industriously seat. He was, as a matter of fact, I her hands clung to him like sweetly ,
morning.
make
George H Lowry Minister I I Then duces'Sherry'them to* cousin Edgar Intro- began showing its rays to Fanny he said his voice can a little It husky.easily backed at the bread. "Know what sitting on the stove twining tendrils, "you'll have a s ;w>I

r. _Sabbath SchooL Duffy a prizefighter. She compressed her lips then you should do?" Marcia turned on the spreading sporting chance to find out." Q
0:0000: a. m' Mornlng Worship; Calmly Ignoring Sherry's turned to Allen. "Oliver It's late," "Got a passport?" Fanny avoided "Yes-take a bromide and go to pilot light. "You're romantic "We're off." Sherry hugged her
...
-
A, wrath March leaves his .
I'. the place she said brusquely. "You'd better eyes."Certainly. bed."
pastor. She'attacked the chicken "Ouch" Sherry leaped in the air. rapturously
by m-Junior the Christian En.V'p with Duffy.) run to your little trundle bed." ." with a ferocious looking carving "I am" Marcia drew away with mock 1 N'pt,

SO p, Chapter= Three Oliver however, refused to be "I might have known it" She knife. "You disguise It pretty well.." seriousness "Just a moment my 3' '

;: Evening Worship. disposed of so easily. "But you sneered at him quietly "Any crook "No wrong again. You should "Really" good man. Let's get this straight. .V M'
THE GETAWAYEdgar don't know where Marcia Is." he worthy of the name has a quick get married." Marcia was still. "Yes. She looked at him almost We're a pair of fools"

Chri lien burch protested. "Should I leave you In get-away arranged."' Only her quivering mouth gave Impersonally "Of course in your "Imbeciles. t y''I
First Pastor turned to Sherry who was a crisis of this kind?" Sherry any indication that she had heard. case what with heaven knows how She ticked off the count on her ;

)gel. W T. McGulre still standing there as If he coufd Fanny glanced about abstractedly. shove off Ignored. ; the shaft. "HI "Did you hear what I said" many hot water bottles-I guess fingers "We haven't a chance." '
me ..tu{ anybody else t
Ibis SChool 10 a. m. not believe the evidence of bill own ., It would help," she said in "Why don't you get married you're right. Marriage Is no good." "Not an earthly"

*-1JIIunlon, 11 a, m eyes. He dusted off his hand with a vague voice. -but except all you suggested. I'll laugh yourself Marcia asked In a curiously "Absolutely old girl." "It's bound to be a most heartrending ,(
In all not
;
7 p. in. you're *>
tlon Endeavor elaborate and maddening nonchalance motioned taut. d'
Sherry to him reassur dumb." controlled voice. "So what She waited flop.
Wednesday 7:30:
meeting .' {'I think and I "So let's married.- her
ingly. "Hideous.
yer Fanny can "And when *. get to Europe Sherry shrugged good-humored- get Sherry pulled
n< "Well, Cousin Sherry, that take handle things/old man" Fanny said yo he ly. "Why should I? I've got a "How many of our friends area close to his pounding heart "But d
11 turnedto
Ling Second Sunday a. care of that" he said with drunken Hesitantly Oliver started to go, "have savagely yourself as locked In a very good cook-yes, and a hot happily married" she asked calmly Darling, I make only one promise, '

red 8 P. m. deliberation. "Now what shall we leave. "''m frankly worried," he monastery" water bottle." though her pulses had begun to I'll never call you 'Darling' unless) M '

-- do?" ? said uncertainly. "Yea What about this bandit hum. I mean It." Their lips met and r) ,

iosewood Baptist Church Sherry shook a clenched flat in "Bosh!" Fanny waved him out Chapter Four stuff Sherry Does It always "A lot of them are happily divorced clung together. d

t. u O. Hemingway, Pastor'rices his face. "I know what I'd like to urgently. "Goodnight, Oliver" leave a god taste In your mouth?" but," Sherry's face bright There was a ladylike shriek from

every SundUiy. Bible do to you:" "Good night." A SINKING SHIP "I'm a reformed character. Did ened, "some of them scrape along the doorway. "Great Heavens Ca- ;.

? 10:15: a. M. Services at 3:80: Edgar smiled with blissful com- "So long," Sherry called cheerily "Hello. Nice of to wait n't I tell you?" somehow" sablanca," Fanny cried, "the ship's
you up
kin afternoon.' posure. "Ah but you can't. I've At the door Oliver turned, coat for me, Fanny." Marcia was stand- "Until the next time." Sh& was almost afraid to talk sinking" I'

learned how to back-pedal" and hat In hand "Thank you fora Ing In the door. She tossed Sherry Sherry foil away from her with fearful that her voice would betray (So now Sherry and Marrla are y l '

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH And with a dreamy air he began very pleasant evening, Mrs his keys. "Sorry--your car's outside a wounded air. "You're such :a her. "Hmph! Some of them divorced to be married. Will they really fall 1' i

I 11ev ... A. Donnley. Pastor' pedalling back to the door Townsend," he said gravely, "Good ," cynic., No faith In human nature and the rest of them scrape or will It be> a su
Services every first Sunday.. stopping only for a second to reach night. "Thanks., With sudden decision -very sad." along. Attractive, prospect She Don't miss next week's excitingInstallment. h" ?

Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. out to the bar for a, drink that had Fanny and Sherry exchanged a that did not escape Fanny's noticehe Marcia set the sandwiches down. turned around with unexpected .) '

Bible Study and Prayer Services been handily placed there. Then, smile. lowered himself1''Into a chair. "I The room had suddenly become op suddenness "Sherry it's not that .---

-y Saturday night. bowing and smirking, he went "Good chap, Oliver" she said was worried about the car:" ------- J.. I. STANFORD IIIIK1BD IIEUK
through the door. staunchily. "Pillar of Society. TUESDAY>
Fanny had recoverev' net power -

of speech. "What.happened?". Funeral services were held at lathe

"Nothing. Marcia: eyed the r family residence In Gainesville i

JOB JONESComments glowing end of her' cigarette In- Tuesday afternoon at three- :.

1 terestedly. "Surprisingly little thirty o'clock for James I. Stan-

{ On Here happened considering his affec ford, 61, a former resident of ,

And Hereafter donate nature." Are all fighters affectionate Starke, who died at his home there +, K

? early Sunday morning after a lingering
"I don't'aa a rule neck them," illness }

IZacchaeus was a mon of small Sherry said coldly. ? The service was conducted by

lure No doubt he had short Marcia loqked past him dreamily Rev. J. R. Broyles pastor of the t

i,but strange to say he outran I "What a lot you miss. Well I r f First Methodist Church of Gnjnea-

i crowd and got a better"view asked him If he were a real caveman vllle, and Interment was made In. d ;1

Jess than the long-legged boys. I, He got the Idea right away the family plot at Crosby Lake

t legs, provided the short legs and started to drag me to his cave.I Cemetery with the DeWItt C, J +

e fast enough, can get a persona stalled him by asking him to Jones Company In charge of arrangements. I& C
get out of the car and show me L. '
long
\ place Just as quickly as
i can. A chicken can outrun ; how he back-pedalled and_" She Surviving ore' his wife Mrs. Ret- ;

gun Handicaps/ sometimes I put her fingertips together me U N Stanford, two children, Mrs. ;F

s to be blessings. A boy who ditatively. "Asfar as I know he's J. H. Bitch, Jr.. of Gainesville and

j tie handicap of poverty has to still back-pedalling." R M. Stanford'of Jacksonville;'

t his Intellect upon the grind- L Sherry blew a smoke-ring. "Poor one brother,' Henry K.. Stanford of

t of difficulty. That sometimes I devil" 4 New Smyrna, and two sister'sA
"So sweet of you to worry about Mrs, flv.H. Newsomaj.of,.Starve. ;
inti for the mental strength ..sawsA e ';"lIoW I many. ol our IK,
f "who' had 'gr a'flnanctaleulUes the fellow" Marcia told him. "I and Mrs, R: O. Dlnklns of,Jlaml1. 4
men ,
when they were "I asked .you once,"" Fanny-a peremtortly "What have you done was afraid maybe you'd be worried friends are happily c. Z ton., Miss... }
young }
"
with Marcia about me"Inexplicably married? she asked -
> la no greater mental traln- OH'
Fanny rose In rulmly.presHlve. THANKS I, "p
than the mental effort to I .
fig-
[ Townsend all "Stout fellow Allen Sherry
In the living room. wrath. "( like that. You leave We wish to express our deepest
11 way through difficulties. As was quiet as Fanny and Oliver declared, nodding in agreement this poor boy flat In a honkeytonkdash "I'm tired, Sherry, I people expect too much of mar- appreciation to the many friend

|utter of fact, all human beings bent intently over the backgammon "Full of good works. i- of with a fighter he's bet think I will take a bromide and go riage. They don't expect enough" who were so kind and thoughtfulIn
i handicapped by the Adamic board. As they finished their Fanny looked off musingly. "1'11 who'll be shadows had "Oh "
on, probably never any to bed Faint purple really our recent bereavement iMrs (
but "where sin doth game Oliver leaned back, stretched bet be wears Jaeger underwear. 1 I good again then calmly drift home crept under her eyes "Because If they really expect e S; S, Dowllng

d"grace doth much more luxuriously; then' examined his must ask him." and expect us to wipe away your "Just moment Sherry ..wungbel' Paradise on earth they're going to and Relatives. t +

It Is possible for fallen watch. Sherry thumped the chair for tears." She sailed through the around. "We haven't decided give everything they've got to "---r---re--r"--r' M

i beings to become sons and He sat up straight with a Jerk. empanels. "Sound citizen, Allen." door "I'll be seeing you." whom you're to marry. After all. make It come true, If only to save Apartment house operator In' t

Biters of Almighty God. Then, "Oh, Mrs. Townsend, Its frightfully A rustling silence spread over Sherry regarded Marcia thought the father of your children must their self-respect." Kansas City have adopted code

> day we shall see our Lordwe late. I had no Idea.' Don't you the room as Fanny seated herself fully for a moment! "All in aren't be selected carefully." "Exactly." of fair competition, '

1 who were born In sin will want to atop?" and arranged her voluminous skirt you?" Marcia pushed him from her "So that's that. We 'seem to bo "' ._' : : ;

J divine grace. become, like God.' Fanny shook her head vigorous, "He'd like to marry Marcia," she She: Interlaced her fingers nerv wearily. "Oh go' away Sherry, agreed. Marriage 'Is no good, the Hair one to three feet long I I.*

i don't is ly. "Not while you're licking. the said guardedly. ously. "Sorry, Sherry-beastly oj please go away and don't ever odds against success 'are tremen grown by bearded turtles found In '
[ think there any more be?" Sherry I dous. Am I ?" the sacred lake of
pants off me. "Original chap, Isn't me. But- she threw up her come back right Hongkong. ,
i la playing cards than there
Tm replied with equal caution.. p'
It talking about t i sorry. __
_
your nelghA4
"
," "Don't be an ass. They resumed Suddenly Fanny sat bolt upright n.
an evangelist I ,have to look In surprise She could contain herself no longer.
their play only up
t I'he that la"often.' Is a familiar"I am no, worse as Sherry quietly walked. in .,"Where Is she?" As she flung The most finely balanced' ,JOW-pl'i.c: car ever built
exprea-
Human "What are you doing here?" her question at him Sherry masterfully
> nature Is very queer. restrained an Impulse to
Sherry nodded composedly,
>Never get out of *.bole' by "Struggle as I may you're irresis chuckle for, for all her protestations bY pii6yci

r somebody Into a. hole with tible.". she was frankly worried. And
Itait do You golf' Better J
We
not makeour'sins
Fanny kicked at the table. "1 at the moment (she would have .. .
T steer (
,
by pointing;the sins can't play backgammon with Sher- been horrified to know) she resembled with
fwnebody else. As a matter of "
Oliver. fiercely protective mother
around. I'll let you go, a
It ry
la
i not sins,but H la sin Oliver was politely relieved. "It hen In search of one of its sr w
11 I. the trouble. BALANCEDCLUBS
If In Sin. manifests really is late." chicks. "I'd like a straight answer -
different ways. Sin Is like better take ." "
"Yes. I think you'd !
I
One
Another man man has has typhoid,, smallpox fe- I unaual care of yourself for several Sherry spread his hands help- ,. ,:I.y, J'6'1 N,Y, '{,'Mlb''Ndubt .M ar9$'
both days after this orgy." lessly. "I don't know. We were In 4tinbl6s'1Vra
"
are sick. When a person Oliver laughed with relish. "Ha, a nightclub and suddenly she swiped -
typhoid
fever he has sores Iii- totalled the car-and a prizefighter I ve -
his ''hall! do keep fit. He my
t
body. When a man haspox ,score. "I'm embarrassed Mrs. bet good money on-and vanished / J"fX\ :
i he '
A baa sores 0i the out. ,Townsend Seven-fifty." Into the night. After waiting an _.

moral has man 1Iho.laD't' ,a "You're embarrassed. W h a 1 t hour or so It suddenly dawned on :: ,'I ....... .....i.w",.* v.O" +, 'ra
typhoid fever. ,A I'd been left holding tin w. _
about me?'* Fanny chuckled. "I me that
,
have a gambler, and bT a. haven't got seven-fifty.. ., .Pay him baby" ,. ..r'wMa j,s' ; rr A4y.1j'sd i5 H2 Y 4, ?)/ V? T g v Y/ tl
smallpox. all -
They.,
shades of expressionwere
Varying a' '
kaMMr
the off Sherry.
,5
Physician .
there and remember Sherry dug out some bills."Let's crossing Fanny's face. First, *
Is no other Name &1v.IUlder then amazement and
Allen. Incdedullty,
heaven see,. here'.u twenty, -
amongjmen tweaked at the corners
4 now mirth
a man B 4t>Xcan doge I'S .
J may be saved but. the Oliver frowned. "Oh/ I' haven t of her mouth. "What were you Q'S
tK sus. 'k' rh7'tc. '
? Pi y '
outburst
this
any change Pll'send It up from doing-to cause }
down stairs." "Nothing." Sherry sounded ben- Y s k3

waved a ulnely aggrieved. "I was on my
"I:trust, you. .Sherry
so'nice I
careless arm. Then his face best behaviour. I was

drooped mournfully. "Why don't suppose I was dull."

he asked. Fanny nodded. "I understand ?
people trust me? '. s A
So she swiped car
your
"Maybe it's because people know perfectly.
1 kidnapped a prizefighter and I
you," Fanny mapped Then the and \ JfoMV D.CM Tar,MM
into the night. She
strangeness of his 'visit suddenly disappeared The Master De Luxe and of Its 'Blue-Flame
back In exasperation. "I In all -- new ants economy
settled way
Marcia? -- --
"Where's .
her. -
.
struck
I've been Chevrolet is outstanding vslve-in-hesd engine. To this ; I
I confess own
"I feel better now. %
at.ber'warily. :
L".UF t.. Sherry looked Aristocrat of! the low-price field In the of iu Fisher. beautiful f
lace..t by some strange chance worried this evening. beauty Body by .. motor ear i. to own thearistocrat
know .. .... thought "No!" mocked her.' tha of Knee-Action Ride '
Sherry in comfort its of the low-price field-fA
be here.
.
,v II F..r .... she might Master De LuxeCHEVROLET
/ bllltr ... Oliver gave vent to an undignified ,"I said yes. .1n the ta/ety of its Turret-Top most finely balanced loui-priced .eartier
worried
NPropane Da.a. _-, noise "You mean '"What were you construction and built!
.. limit a,.. explosive : thetcsore. 4
"0._..,. tk.rITAi'Ki don't know where she IsT""Exactly.AHen. about controlled brake in ; '
.
.. act ...... you ." Fanny's eyes narrowed. "You, : ; CHEVROLET MOTOS CO.,DETROIT,MICH.

Fanny moved to his aide. "WhatIs to be frank. I was afraid. I was c-JMN cSi.ws/w'.low ensue prle.and easy G.M.A.C *T".M. A Ctntral Mmlort J-'.,.. I'r ''
afraid Marcia would come In to
this '" ..
1V affectionately. night." she said said slowly, "anJ 'cf
shook her shoulder :


<( ried"I Sherry about her am.not obvlou"I her do worried.you believe concern old peach.you're Fanny,with"wor-denied indignation .slowly her.tell: Sherry"me reddened.you'd squirmed decided. "You and needn't to his marry face be *m: ..f ttlslrl *- j. tMBI' ..j LlMltt JiI J .TW""tiff L iiiJ_ =q Rat I'If.



"I most certainly'am afraid. Marcia wouldn't marry PKAUKIAOWKTIMMCMTBR.DFORD 1 4

not. She Isn't with you."' me."I'm" not sure she has that much

"That's Oliver nodded something., In". agreement. sense," Fanny said morosely "but 'Torode Chevrolet' Co.

said with wry I'd rather counted on :you--Case-:
"Isn't IttSherry know-'the boy stoodon rt..QI.n1E
enthu.lum. blancyou deck thence all @! ,,,\
the burning
w said
.1 "X, asked..you.once, Fanny. _

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> Bradford County 1877 TelegraphEstablished l Maybe You've 1 TOO LATE [jin Da.. ODD --- BUT TRUE



4'- MEMBERrFLORIDA Heard It, But TO CLASSIFYSecretary.

.7 nV..ELL 'KAY -
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V PRESS ASSOCIATION i Florida Press, ,

\ 1935 eict'ct I II ALPJlABETREVlSED"A" 's: .;!:'. '

...r. ? .. 2t Well, we get all broiled up overa U\\QUGM ExPERIs3

I L ..... Is for aspirin, cession* <*< f the legislature and
: -
,( GNNOTTEl1.
Those white little WII't? '
pills.
blue ,
black and .
ourselves
" Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class worry ;
They're what people take about this or that"blll and then TNEIq APMT
: Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida When depressed by their bills.
;, _- wake up to find 'we were just' r 1 r .? NAIURAI PEARLS SELL\
'-- makin mountains out of mole .
'j( E. L. Matthews____.___ .__-?-Editor and Owner "B" is for fooop bills. > "' I r' 'w fOR ABOUT '
A silly new word '
.. --.- The boy. all gather at Tallahassee 1WillS\ MOON\ AS
--- -- -- --- ---- And crooners who use it
)' SUBSCRIPTION RATE Should be seen and not heard and play "Simon says thumbs DoCutTuREo
, up, Simon say thumbs down SImon
yearly. $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance "C" is for college, says wiggle-waggle"; and bye PEMttt

4 Advertising Rates on Application Where everyone goes. and bye we got a lot of new laws, -e-

-- ._ h ___.______ .. What most of us learn there then the sure 'uff LAW puts on Its _- of s

The Lord only knows. specks, turned a few pages, clears
Air castles might be all right but they don't rent well Its throat and says "THUMBS

"D" Is for dancing DOWN" well it Just naturally .
0 And also for debt. throws a mesa of legislative effort 'Yo'"" ,

' As soon as some people get up In the world they get down Very often in night clubs out of the whole back window Into .cur rrciKCN ,-

The two words have met. the ash-can in the alley.
ti on it. ? 4A.-.c
You'd think'' there would be
o "E" is for early. aau ME ill a'y
could find out
some we
" A man whose word was once his bond Is now on a cash When some people rise. whether way a law was constitutionalor Ott SPRING f 7It
And the time when lots others
I
r basis. not befor..e'.get. the papersall
Can't their
open eyes. signed sealed and delivered,
o-
"F" is for fans, but it seems It oan't be done and
P The American is the one inclined to believe he'sabove
average Once used by shy maids, this fact make awful tough on 3

the average. \. But now used by dancers, Mr! Taxpayer;. p ?

o I Who figure in raids."O' If we attempted to run our own a.pis .
business on the same basis we'd
It is no easier to keep a good man down'that it is to holda is for G-men go broke inn week.. Take a de- Ji

sorry one up. And also for gats. partment store for examplor< We'd

'0 We wish they'd go after hire a general manager and tell

All guys who wear spats. him to go on ahead and make us a _
The Toledo Blade truthfully remarks that the plural of L
lot of money.Then he'd work out _
"H" Is for home 'HUMAN R\StLMltlOtl; ; '
'hg. whim is whimmlng. 'sales plan, present it to the OOAA"C
MRtCAtt TRITt
<< \ UAMC. AN
Where few
people go-- 'IN' SOME PARTS OF-
Board of Directorthey'd pass on
---o OFftCtM'OUCNCHEfC,, \ .
when It's meal time, -
Except i it and "Swell, ahead." So "OR1ERtt&EIU"\ \ WHOSEt ;
r' It is time for the annual warning about a safe Or real say go ) X
once more a heavy snow. the manager would hire a bunch of tS QUVTt COMMON WHOLE\ rAMtUEiIH \ >V .IZ TO CMCW STRAYED SOuuS
i
and sane Fourth. "I" Is for Interest extra help, contract for a gob of t\AY \ Kb WR\ C THE ENTIRE\ WWII*. fcttD RETURN THEM 10 THEIR, MNNtRS08..
d advertising and everything wouldbe SUPPLY NEW OHW'llvyt
.J The one thing to grow t.GQo'(
similes Without much attention. going fine until some disgruntled ------ .
Add : As scarce as laws that aren't contested beT -
(Don't tell us YOU know!) customer made a complaintand '
|'it fore the Supreme Court. It reach the,ears of old Simon 8. S. DOVVXJNO, LOVED arda of Jasper Methodist Church, party of about fifty persons tn

art, o "J" !lit for Jay-walk J. Law who owns fifty-one EDUCATOR, BURIED HERB Woman's Missionary Society of Jasper and.Jennings

} The national sport. per cent of thestock.. So be puts Jasper and Methodist Sunday -
,, The thoughtful husband is the one who slaps his pockets If you lose you can always his flat foot down and says "No (Continued from Page One) School of Jasper Gasoline Consumption

W when passing a mail box. Go right Into court.. go." pony in chargeqf arrangements; ,Honorary pall bearers were: W Figures released
by tbe itt
1 o > The poor 'stflea manager says, The lovely flowers sent by Individuals L. 'Wall. A. S. Crews E. S. Matthews of
"K" Is for cocktails.Not department agriculture show
"But we've ordered $30,000 worthof and organizations attestedto A., Z. Adklns J, M.
Brownlee
-
+Z If you want to make a tough guy out of Junior just'dress ( really sweetheart. slight decrease In Bradford Con
atock'and hired a lot of extra the love and f respect In which Jos. E. Wilson T, J. Griffin,
|f him like Little Lord Fauntleroy. (But YOU think of something' help and'the"WIJ.ba.. been adver -the deceased was held. Handsome J. F. Colby 'D. P. Carpenter H. ty gasoline consumption with In May
compared the
o for KYou'r. tised. If'you dull it off now you'll loral pieces were sent by former V.- Knight, W. M. Morrow and D. prectdl
f ( so smart.) men everything'up." students of the B. H 8.. Bradford E." Knight. month The total for April *

No one minds doing you a favor if they're sure you'll be "Well, man' the big shot County Teachers Association: faculty I 81,697 gallons while the flgui
"L" is for loopln', young Active pall bearers were: J.,M. for May showed a total of 73,1
It able to double the deed in return. What some people do says, "that's Just your hard luck." of the Avondale School of Birmingham :Mitchell, H. C. Wall, E. K. Ferryman gallons. ,Only 0,788 gallons

-o- Just before they start. thinkingOne "But" the ,Bale manager cries Ala., faculty 'of the JasH r;. A. Davis, P.. E.. Canov" kerosene', were used duringas lla
the >r School, Superintendent of Public -
Is two. "I have presented whole plan and A,'J, Thomas.
in'Florida lamp post compared with 19,825 galloni
Father Coughlin Is now fishing Instead of his to' the directors'' and they okeyedIt. Instruction of Hamilton ,County -
'
... Attending the funeral from out April. Thirty-eight tons of fcrt
and Board of Trustees, ,Stew-
"M" Is for ,
old money
of fishing the radio.
hobby over of town were Mr. and Mrs. James Izer were used here during May,
." Evil's root says the poet. "Well, I didn't okey It" the big .'
; -. your conscience will be clear- Godbold and son, James, of Jacksonville
i send
t But If that's a drawbackYou shot says'throwin''' out his cheat. North India Central At
then you can forget It. If yoii Miss Annie Lou Dowl-
Perhaps things are on the; upgrade. It isn't so difficult never would know It "and if you and'that bunch of fat I have ; contain fossil remains from eve
a misunderstanding, banging 'IDI'J.., C. Dowling, Miss Nettle ,
*l, to pawn your watch. as it used to be. "N" Is for nudists, bead directors'doln'-why don't that know don't whatyou're alter over your now ,try getting; it Dowllng, Birmingham, Ala., S. H. world.geological age in the history of U

j o Some thin and some stout. the case 'I'm telllA' the whole cleared up. You'11 find it a mighty Dowling, Montgomery Ala., Mr. '
Most of them would look better you fine feeling to know you've done and Mrs. H. ,O. Dowling Brunswick Aircraft manufacturing' -fad
? A woman thinks it is romantic to have her honor thing Is OFF so you'd better get
more With clothes than without. and your part In other words acted n the, : ,, Ga., Rev. C. H. Summers, ties of the United States are gTiI!

::1'?: defended by a duel than by,a sock in the jaw. "O" Is for oddity. way busy to'keep figure this out business some out other ot MAN."-Bindery Talk. .. Rev.H. O. Hughee, ,Jasper and a er than those of any other nail

N! 0-- And example, my son- the red.'" >l : '

{6 Those who are always seeking something for nothing A.woman who uses oNo double So the dose poor of antes Bromo-Selteer manager takesa and WATCH THE FORDS ,GO BYIW '

form the this lipstick Is one. .
biggest surplus In
,, country today; goes( back to his desk only to finda ,

.t -o- "P" is for pauper flock i of wild-eyed customer

Which will be extinctIf wait In' to knock his ears down.,
.:i Mount Dort Topic that endure
no
says woman can a gambling the Townsend disciples "There's the dirty so' and so"

;it husband-unless he is a steady winner. Get half what they think. somebody screams. "Hey you N ..
, ,. ..,, 'rw: ', ..
how about those FREE SCHOOL K--:> < / < ;; ,
o'I" "Q" is for quidnunc. ';<'i<'':;'' 'i'! ''''''' ';:,,, \tt.,,.....,,.."\,, ", ;<' ,""' "'::h ii
BOOKS you advertised would be ;"hf1.n0; ; ": >'j'I"),,>t.;'<<< "
! Good luck is something that .7'i F"' i; ,
lj automatically comes to a ., "
'
A gossip forsooth. h >- j.- ..,
given away this morning? .trJ! ; <:;Ii"; :'
If: person after he has used ,up all the surplus misfortune.The One who had Just as soon Yeah,". another bird shouts. V, ,'.,'r:S'.'. I II\0'" .... t M'>,! {!., 'I
tell the truth. '..4."" ,,," <; l.-i.L'
As not .
.
,.
0 "and how about the ADJUSTMENTS I ;.; '> 'M. 0 a '''' <' 'Vt
: you said you would make J 't': $ 0"1.1. 1 ean aD d"f ./
"R* Is for reformers.The vs \he ,
same man who measures his calories will speed on old purchases?" '!jW4.St I FOTU "' Itbin II'

:,\', through a stop light or race a train to a grade crossing. For the people sins who of their moan brothers !"Let me at him!" a hysterical r': "..':'{1fJ \ p.et, two' -11\on-ove _a -'lUO. '. Owaera' 5'V> I 4 4bare

f' o Instead of their own. woman scream. "I'm a schoolteacher : ;t; :. \eeG' b"U\ ..retllN'd rdue and ,fj'
the-
: and I have been ridin' all
';; ...
The man who tries to drown his troubles in drink often I }: ;"'- ,"> 'Yo. '.Le t.'t
f' bus to for this
here
night "t"i ear.
"S" Is for sucker on a get 1t.> '
"
tae'
abo' ;f ,
, gets nothing but a swimming head and a floating kidney. What most of us are. sate. .1.promised my Parent-Tea- a ,':i0< \h"\\C ; :
,
'''::'''''"ct I\:?> fill '
,4n o If you're curious to see, one her association and all the kiddiesIn :<,:'" :>$c' F" .are" I oLe Cellet
The You needn't look far.- my class that: rd bring 'em back ;>*p >)>::" 0 tu, _gieotol 0i'Io'i .
i: peed of lightning has been estimated at 28,500 'one of. thoseiTNINB MONTHS ".,;."" ';',<'<'.".....,, I _

" <. miles per second. 'There's something for Sir Malcolm to'shoot "T" la for' title SCHOOL TERMS you was feat- '., 4.uRy:::, i 1/
.
} :k .! .'. :
.
., .
at. A duke or a count. urln', so big In.,your double page ..!;p .>;"-2J<, T #
at 'The rich girls all buy them, ad." )u t- ;; ;';.1 H :PEISOH are e
; ;
..11< 0 And bang the amount. "I'm sorry folkn the poorsales 'liE 'tt : ,. \ lo* the e41 r
Chalk it to the 111.. WpoMl ti \
.
1; up idiosyncracies of human nature that manager ")'IIt,"1 .thought everything .1.. ..j2. _.ae
' 'Is ,&'':'<,'' (},;\" ...
for V
"U" udder .' d
baa
|*> a person U afraid of anything simple enough for him to understand was all set or 1 never would ". ".,'t''e" 'the Ford] 'sae L'In : M
folks know
.? ., .' To The their country cousins in town; have put those ads In the papers l..; ,a) f.if. > w ha e1'\O bat= h' '\ .Ss=' '1
but Simon J. Law
you see Just got
ditt'Jk: V
'; ,Y.;
0't It's an adjective, though. --on"b1eteatl aa 1
'
back from Europe today and when "..." '-. "< ....be" .- a
H* This is a great country. As soon as you have worked "V" Is for valet he found out what was goln on he k- ;, *t1 ,'f\;: lt*, '.- \ '

); way' refused to let us go on with the ; : t : : .\\. .'
]'f 'your to: the top someone is waiting there to push you A man who Is fed -, ,,,:. o"l \0
,,
collar buttons sale and there Just Isn't anything "'(!.A<, ,,, .v. ..,
,i down again. Just to find I ,!," (:.. 'i'o; & --" .. .... .
"' ,
I can do about it. \ .
'That..roll under the bed. ti aa' p ,.
,
I 0I" "Well If you ask me" a guy In ".fb COin .

< Thai "grass roots", meeting of the Republican Party wasvery ,"W" Is for Washington, tbe front of the crowd says, "I ., '$n: ,,.
' '' The Nation's free show. think' It, J. ,a heUuva way to runa ,t; > ', %
We've
appropriate.
noted that
grass roots are usually They have a wild HueyIn business Why didn't you get ,,?i:,. .,, .
>
very well buried. know, to ""., >"',
j captivity, you this guy Law and get an okey ;'

before you got Into this mess?" :T-
', listeners "X" Is for x-ray. "Well, we couldn't" the sales-
"Radio demand old jokes, says a gag-man. This That lifts up the veil manager 'explains.' "You see, he -*., xs, '' .
4 isthe!" only instance to our knowledge where the supply exceeds Though females don't need It wasn't here 'and even If he had :p'R.4' A

.. To see through the male .
: b
the'demand. been
: ... he woukWt listen to anything t --' r
'
"Y" la for about Ute business. Just tells us
0 Yvonne.
to go ahead and later if he don't r Ryhe'.a3Y 'aM
One-fifth of the ,
V ters'are a' heartless set. They will lie to a candidate And also'for yacht.quints happen tea Uke what we're don he

::8imply.b au8e they know he can't find out how they vote af- (This doesn't make sense.) step In and puts a atop to it:'

.' ,ter entering, the polls. ,
(J "Z" is for sebra
0 And Zowle and BOund:

''1'J It estimated that 700,000 pairs of shoes are worn out If you think of a rhyme I From Other Pens.

', daily in this country. Would you thlritc,: it cost that much to With "Z"-drop around.'
.. .
.
''t., walk around: in circles? .
.A, pencll-chewer observes the ''ACT THE MAN
0 New Yorker, can go for years ,
\ A duck's is without outward signs of the i ;"To;hold
tongue said to be more human than a par- any a grudge or foster a

rot's.. The quack of. a duck also sounds very similar to.the heblt .00..ddlct. the paper adds, ..misunderstanding I*a foolish thing.
chewed pencils for thirty :years -It',profits it
j you nothing; narrows
't ,vocal
output of'some people.A .
without any outward indicationsof you and tends to sour your

0 suffering, but to everyone's surprise outlook on lit. 'And this i* written
he suddenly let out a horrible with the
scientist says that we become shorter after we'go to frank admission that
yell and tried to stick his the'writer Is guilty, possibly more
bed at night., Itseems, to us that we are shortest when want- head in the'pencil sharpener. Rev* so than most. But God willing, he l '.e

Ing to purchase a new summer outfit. cued from the sharpener, he kept won't be again.' If you have had IT'4

.. trying to nestle In his stenograph a misunderstanding: with some fellow -

You er's ear He recovered eventually ,:remember,"lie,. too; may think A
can spend your life trying to produce article thatwon't '
an
4G but not before he had pleaded with that you are wrong 'and maybe he's
sell, then some bird will come along with it wrapped in his many friends in the office to right 'at, that. Why i not do the

cellophane and make a fortune out of it., to whittle him down to a fine manly;thing and go to him ands

point.-Avery Powell, U you can't.eet together?
o
I Chances are he'll meet you' more
Hitler is making a' drive to keep Germany's women at Early atone age men moved than b.awayand jrou'U find that mr .

home. Wonder if he will go so far as to close all the movies from the plains of India Into the be I* a pretty decent sort of fellow
'I
' and destroy all the bridge cards in Germany Himalayas during a' time of mild after alL At any' rate you will

climate half a million.years ago. have, done ,the square thing and HI iii ,oa IIJBI1IOt iii' W.MCIRC ""A-r .' .Df smON''I.JAHy C



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