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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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HERS TOLD FEW ORDER AFFECTEDBY ENDING J TAPER RAISE'IPROM DURING CUPIDiACTIVE. >( MONTH. CW JUNE. 7,000 CANS ORGANIZED TOWNSEND HERE CLUB MONDAY dmII1thiMOVES ?

DIRECT
RELIEF

)GS IMUSTilOCKEDUP HERE 1 SED FOR MARRIAGE SHOW LICENSES OF" FOODSTUFFSTURNEDOUT NIGHT PRESIDENTA -H. H.!:YOUNG ONE

Only six families were affected theftyonth ;
Cupid and
of June
Townsend Club of forty members
the order
by demanding that 'all '
TEACHERS united forces to thf end, that the was organized here at a meetIng -
unemployables be ,
removed from
.
FERA marriage license business pickedup held In the court house Mon STEP
the rolls effective: last NEARERly'
considerably Monday. Three of the
families
thirty days. County Judge E. Ie:. -- seventy-five persons attended the
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Animal Shot By were permanently turned and over three to the temporarily county- Board To BudgetOn Perryman has issued the follow- Centers In Three meeting and heard the Townsend Commissioners Pledge

ing: Plan of revolving pensions explained -
Marshal Found, until such time as one mem- Governor's Marvin Bundy and Oweeda Towns Now In by W. H. Ogden of Key $200 Toward ; ,
ber of the family Is in good
Rabid enough Estimate hall June 1. stone Heights.The .
health to be able to work. Most Operation Fund
William Green .and Martha following officers were
-. DIAGNOSIS- unemployables were removed from Crawford June i.:.. -- elected: H. H. Young, president; F. -
OSITIVE the rolls here last fall It was said. GRIFFIS DOUBTFUL THAT Andrew Magyarl and Margaret VARIETY OF SURPLUS:; B. Johns secretary and D. M. ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE v,,

TURNS BY BOARD All work on FERA projects here FUND WILL BE REALIZED Bennett.,, June 10. ,- PRODUCTS ARE USED Montgomery treasurer. TO HAVE FERA LABOR,

-;- i realaentry 'of this week had come to a halt ex- Joe Ray Harris and f.4clltp. Waters The next meeting of the club -
warning all cept for a few men who were em- ''In spite of dire predictions as to June IS. ...Jj1 More than 7,000 cans of foodstuffs will be held Monday night July IS, Fencing the city to keep cattle ,

[community to take their dogs ployed ,to tear down a partially the uncertainty of school funds Clyde Grlffls- and ?BbU) Rosier have been canned In Bradford In the court house at 8 o'clock. from wandering Into town moveda

Ithi; city streets unless theyto completed ,,addition. to the county for the coming year, Bradford June 15.Shirley: County's canning centers step nearer to reality this week,
have them shot was court house,. County's school board will budgeton Hilliard and Susie Todd since they were opened a few as the County Commissioners In

eel eE.eThornton Night the basis"of the anticipated June 22.Russell., weeks ago Mrs. Hope ,M.. Peterson GOLD HEADcc session Monday voted to give $200

ihil W after a $10.500,000. Superintendent A. JGriffla Norman and Mary Reddish demonstration agent with the toward the estimated $1,000 cost ,

flue rabies diagnosis was re- BUS DRIVERS said this week. June 26. '. rehabilitation department said of the project The City Councilat

I oa a dog killed here Monhorooa The new budget, on which the E. J. White and ,Jessie Lorene this week. a Camp Its meeting on June 18 had voted

And RoutesANNOUNCED board in 'working at the' present I Shaw June 29. ,. 'This fine showing was made In to give 9250 to the cause. 4+

shot the stray dog ate time, will call for approximatelya : Russell Thomas and Lucia Starling spite of the fact that Starke's center NOWREADY A large delegation of stockmen

line! animal bad bitten severalr ten per cent raise for county June 29.MANY. was opened only last week and and other Interested citizens of iw

dogs around town and sent teachers, although Mr. Griffin ---'. the Brooker center has not yet the county appeared before the aboard

brain away for examination. termed it"a ''"ralae on paper" and been placed In operation. Centersat Monday to request 9250 as

I specimen was returned from expressed doubts as to whetherthe APPLYFor Lawtey and Hampton have been MEN TO WORK ON the cpunty's share of the expense. ;

|State Board of Health with the schools'will actually receive running for several months. STATE PARK I NEAR The original motion for this ;d

mncement that the dog was BOARD GIVES JOBS the amount appropriated to them I Quantities of beans, peas, corn, HERE amount, however died for want of 5!

d TO EIGHTEEN I by the 1935 legislature. ..Permits: tomatoes, soup stock and other a ,second and another motion, this

.3 following Instructions have t DRIVERS I Seeking to provide $10.500.000 products have been preserved Mrs. The CCC camp at the Gold Head time for 9200 was made and car-

Issued In case'' other dogs annually-for the schools In the UNDER : LAW Peterson said. Branch Stale Park between Pen- ried. tIt

e Eighteen bus drivers for 'Bradford next two years the 1935 Legislature The equipment at the centers ney Farms and Keystone Heights, Is planned to have an FERA

die-hen County school routes were enacted the graduated gross *f .' may be used by any person to can is now ready for occupancy ad- project made of the fencing, thus ,

given contracts at the Monday receipts and occupational license !TAX his surplus products but each vises C. H. Schaoffer acting director eliminating the cost: of labor; The ,1

Ling rabid It Is always best tome meeting of the Board of Public In- tax law but Injunctions against LEE COLLECTg IN client must furnish his own labor.A Florida Park Service. Construction greatest. expense will be the Installation

[ him securely and await struction. The following drivers Its enforcement have been grantedin SPITE OF ADVERSE supervisor Is in charge of each of the camp was accomplished of cattle-gaps where

lopments. and'routes were announced: State and Federal courts and its DECISIONS center to give Instructions as to by the Army through the roads enter the,city, It Is said u,

It Is a real'case of rabies 'New River-Starke Roy Tomltnaon. constitutionality is being appealed --.v tt' the use of equipment medium of Lieutenant L. O. Me- Charley E. Johns BradfordCounty

will usually follow withinto to the higher courts Circuit Approximately"lO.tttO Florida A toll on each amount canned Is Vay and a camp building contingent representative and spokes- $

[ five days while If the anl- Starke-Vanderbilt, R. R. Crosby. Judge J. B. Johnson of Tallahassee firms and Individuals engaged In I taken by the rehabilitation de- of twenty-five men from the man for the committees appearing:

I Is alive and normal at the end Starke-Randolph H.A. Prescott held the law unconstitutional. selling at retail have applied for I partment. This toll varies with the Olustee CCC camp supplementedby before the council and the commissioner ;

en days there Is no danger Starke-Brooker, H. "Howard. This law was counted upon by business permits under the new product that Is being canned and. a corp of construction men secured ., Is now investigating t

i any bite he may have made New River School E. A. Sapp., the Legislature to raise $4.000,000 graduated gross receipts and occu- also with whether or not cans are locally. the cost of the cattle-gaps.

re he was confined."' Rising School R. M. Crosby. to $4,500,000 for the public schools pational license.., tax Comptroller furnished by the center or by the It Is anticipated that within a .

Lawtey-Rosier; James Roster with about $5,00f,000( from sources J. M. Lee said this. week., It was client.COMMISSIONERS. short time the regular comple- 'GREEN CORN1S.MEASURED

I Brooker-Pine Hill Roy Green previously provided, and the remainder estimated here that oily about fifty ment of the camp will be locatedat

STATE FUNDS Brooker-Zlff. C. S. Kelly. ot the $10,500.000 fund per cent of Starke firms had the park at which time, construction ., lr,,

WORRY LEE Lawtey-Starke, J. M. Reddish coming from the State's general I made applications.,, work will start 01I I the Is ,

Brooker-Bradford, E. T. Stewart operating fund. The comptroller said there are CONSIDER CLINICLEGION various park features. PART' OF AAA

ALANCE IN TREASURYBUT Starke-Sampson City, J. E. The Legislature took away from "between 25,000 and 39.000" firms PROGRAM IN

FUTURE IS Brown.StarkeKeyetoae 4. .** the school the beer and wine tax and individuals In the State sub- SPONSORS MOVE MRS. CLEMONS COUNTY c

UNCERTAIN 1t t ttvAdklns. es which produced $562,39968 in ject to the law which went Into TO CARE FORNEEDY DIES AT Supervisors, have, been busy In

| Starke-Heilbronn.; : "W: .Ed the year now closing, and handed effect Monday. The permit applications HOMEWAS this county the past week measuring .l
tat.aemment
The S
ALLAHAS3EE- wards. this money over to the State operating already received were accompanied Miss. Gertrude A. Heerlng. social LONG-TIME the corn acres of the Corn-

opened new ledgers Lawtey-Davls J.,W. Gasklna.LawteyHlghianiW. treasury.If 'I' by a fee o*'fifty cents, service director and O. J. RESIDENT OF Hog Contractors under the direction -

}week for"and a fiscal""Comptroller year beglndMonday :,7.ire .. .,1>.."I> eel..) the gross.receipts and Occupational ( ,with the license chartf! !*, to be paid Oriffla, director of operations 'of LAWTEYMrs. of L., T,,Dyer, county agent
I : East Starke R. B. Alvarez. license tax law Is finally as soon as the State computes the the Bradford County FERA Union County\who Is supervising
appeared ;
reported a balance of $611- Boatdraln and North Starke,W. held unconstitutional by the Supreme credits due under occupational licenses before the County Commissioners Abble Clemons, 09, resident the AAA work In this county. ;
82! In the to
operating treasury W. Whltten. Court the schools next already In effect which do at their Monday meeting of Lawtey,.died Sunday afternoon This work is Just about finished
tide of lean
i over the period of the Johns A year on the basis of revenue they not expire until October 1. following an attack of bronchial Mr.
lions In the Summer months. Representatives in regard to the new programIn Dyer says, and the calculations -,
nth-end bills to be Wainwright and the H. C. Wall In- received this year, will receive Enforcement of the law against which relief agencies are to pneumonia. She was a native of are being made in his office.' 4
yet paid less
about half million dollars
the bal- surance companies met the board a several business firms operating discontinue all direct relief assist Worthington Springs and was Every contractor checked has X11
Mid down
| but may pull Leea relative to Insurance which was divided from the definitely specified multiple-unit distributing chains .n ance. They presented the follow married In 1888 to John C. demons complied with hl. contract: by not '
with these
H even paid
State
unless 1
a balance of "over half aIon equally between the two on sources the the difference.It generalfund the State Is enjoined by orders Issued ing cases as being worthy of assistance They made their home near planting over his allotment
The firm of L. H. Hill' provides State and Federal Courtsas Lawtey for many years, where
l dollars." school buses. uncertain situation In by by the county: James Dom- As soon as these papers are finished a'
Ite the absence of red Ink was left out until it should be established which I was an commented as a result of attacks against the mon, Mrs. Jacob I. Carstensen, they were engaged In farming., and certification sent to the' t,

|>hi financial records, however in business again. the fiscal nobody closed. Previously law on the ground that It la uncon- Miss Ida Hagan, Henry Young, Besides her husband Mrs. demons Washington office, the first rental

troller Lee said the future Salary of H. C. Green janitor of year stitutional. Lonnie Anderson and Alton Is survived by seven children: payment may be expected.
State -
W. S. Cawthon Superintendent
school raised to Dave demons Coconut Grove ... ...
i "not the Hampton was "Those who have willingly applied Moody :
bright" because of in.med of public instruction, advised
J25 a month. for, permits and signified follows Mrs. Lewis demons Starke; Laurlce _'
/ The acted
I appropriations by the Leg- ... county school boards to make their board as : COUNTYGETS
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-- their willingness to this tax," allowed for demons, Starke; Edwin demons f
lUre,, prospects of lowered col- 1933-36: budgets on a basis of $8.- pay Carstensen was 93 one '
Itoni from ad valorem taxes 4th. ANNIVERSARY 000.000 from the State but that Comptroller Lee 'sulci,. "need haveno month only. Henry Young had already Lawtey; Mrs. Annie Craws Ral- JULY FUND
I fear about losing their If been the ford; Mrs Minnie Lee Hodges,
court attacks on revenue-pro was before court attacks againstthe money placed on pauper I
g laws. CELEBRATED'BY license and the law finally Is held unconstitutional roiL Emma Ervin was referred to Macclenny; and Mrs. Mary Parker MCDONALD ANNOUNCES
occupational gross
the Board of Public Instruction fora South Miami. RELIEF MONEY FOR
I
real estate tax collections for receipts tax started.
TIP TOP GROCERY "We will ear-mark all such collections widow's pension. The other cases Four brothers and five sisters ,MONTH
fled 1 .
funds such the State -
as WITH WEEK'S and hold the money In a were temporarily passed survive. They are: Dave Dukes, t
i are not sufficient Lee said. SALE Growers 'Favor'Program Alachua J. Bradford County will receive
D. Dukes
special fund subject to repaymentif : ,. Brooker: '
The B. M.
Rev Montgomery was
f general revenue fund, .out of In held unconstitutional. Jim Dukes Goulds Drew 99,230 for general relief 'during y
tobacco law
Flue cured growers the Is ; Dukes
) State The 'Tip 'Top Grocery that In present and requested an appropriation '
Administrator
R. B. Macdonald
operating expenses July -
voted
last week Mrs. Allle
has risen to the Bradford County In next year's budget to Worthington Springs;
fptfd, must take up the finance a few short years announced Tuesday.: ,
thirteen to one to continue the J. B. Johnson of Thomas Starke; Mrs. Lizzie
Front rank of businesses In Starke Circuit Judge defray the expense of a county
previously carried by A total of 940,620 was allottedto
prop-
agricultural adjustment programfor this week held the law Boney' Baldwin; Mrs. Annie Harold
Tallahassee
uxes. Is celebrating Its'Fourth Anniversary clinic a movement sponsored by this district for general reliefpurposes.
with''a mammoth sale beginning this crop 1. T. Dyer, county unconstitutional and granted in. the American Legion, In which Brooker; Mrs. Kate Layfleld .
i repeal of the means 'of Union County announced Clearwater and Mrs. Nellie King, It
agent In Its enforcement. ;
Friday July 5, and lasting junctions against those unable to pay for medicalaid '
tug I"collections of ad valorem Saturday July 13. An- yesterday. The program received These however applied only to would receive. assistance. The Plant City. Other allottments.;. by counties,

Comptroller Lee said nouncement through of the bargains offer a favorable vote In the fif- the firms bringing the court ac matter was laid over for consideration Mrs. Clemons was a member of are Marlon 98,330; Alacbua' $10'z''

resulted In almost a completeof this sale Is teen counties in which the ballot tlons. The same was true of Injunctions when the temporary budget the primitive Baptist Church and 120; Citrus 91.420; Columbia and f?

the payment of such UxM ed to patrons futt pageadvertisement during was conducted: 1.329voted yes and [ which other' firms obtained Is adopted.The : funeral services weer held Sunday Union '..810: Dixie Gllchrlst and +
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1935 Legislature repeal- In a voted no. courts., afternoon at 4 o'clock at New Levy $8.100Hemando 93.UO; ,f
eighty
only In Federal
I
of the Telegraph. board authorized H. C.,Wall :
de In this Issue .
tax Pasco and
$7,179 93.130. -
foreclosure laws, and Hope Cemetery Arrangementswere Sumpter .
The Tip TopIs conveniently sit- ; The law provider occupational to renew ".000 Insurance on county eTruck
county boards In charge of the DeWItt C .
(f1f taxes.for adjustdelinquent uated near the post office and under -, New Bus Schedule licenses beginning at $10 for a sin- property expiring in August Tones Company. (

'lot-machine! the capable management of C. The- Florida Motor Line, who tie store and climbing to 9400 on and Johns and Wainwright were -..' .-.-..*. I Damaged ;
legalizing law, H. Nasworthy, the owner, bar be.1I1 recently bought out the Blue Bus each store In chains ot sixteen or authorized to renew an equal

5117'for to produce $1,000.000 popular with customers throughout Company and are now operating more. It also set up a tax of one- amount which also expires In WARNER BAXTERIN A large truck belonging. to R. H. +

vas the general revenue this section since Its opening buses through Starke. have an- half of one per cent .on. the gross August RITZ' FILM I, Green of Brooker. was badly damaged

IIret test held unconstitutional In here four years ago. nounced the following new sched- receipts of a single store with this The following named persona Tuesday when a negro driver's

Ppeai I to In court, and now Li A modern meat market was recently ules: South bound: 10:00: p. m., graduating up to five-per cent on I were: placed on the pauper roll: NEXT WEEK BRINGS ran It head on Into the Lawtey ;'

taxM the Supreme Court. installed by this grocery In :lS': p.m...13:15 p. m. and 10.35: a company operatlngq.stxteen or Aaron Mcdulre,;J3; Pat Perkins "HOOSIER SCHOOL State Bank building, at Lawtey. ;i

*m are counted upon which1 a large variety of choice'! a. m. North bound: 2.05 p. m., more stores.The .., ,? $3; Colonel Croeby. $3; Henry MASTER" The driver whose'name:was not

' taxes$3,500,000 annually gas-! meats are always on hand. Besides 5:20 p. m.1 9:13: p. m. and 4:13: : a, gross. receipts,tax Is due I Young $1.60; Lisle Clark '1.:50.C : ; learned, here failed to manage

an equal amount and a complete line of groceries m. The 7:59 north bound bus was August 1. on buslnesa during July. H. Murphy 93;.Andrew Green Warner Baxter popular film right-angled turn upon approachIng .

revenue to measures were ex- the Tip Top Is always' supplied taken off. A grace period of fifteen days Is 9250; Mrs. Llutie Bryant, 9>. star comes to the Hit Theatre the building.' ,
L produce additional funds with the'best.In fresh fruits and allowed In which to make the pay Sunday In the type picture that .--
atsimat R. T. Osteen was allowed 17.50
these the comptroller ment. I made him famous. It Is "Underthe
EXPLANATIONThere
good vegetables 'from the fund to apply on Four Negroes Enlisted
the general pauper Pampas Moon" In which Mr.
appropria- to be a confusion ---- -
hill i seems the burial expenses of John, Benton Baxter Is at home In of Four from .
lining about $8,000,000 District Is right one negro men this county
the Lawtey OUTHARDWARE
BUYS
to why
a Special appropriation NEW AUTO TAGS as an election July 8th to an aged pauper ;' those dashing, Latin roles He Is will be enlisted Into the Civil '

t1.000.000 for State buildings RED AND! WHITE elect holding trustees. ,, UNIT supported by Kettl Galllan, st recent ian Conservation Corp. next Tues y
ramous special appropriations 14th Woodlawn and Department ShiftedThe Importation who has met with day. The selection have not yet "'
.. On May
Ibers-.>ounts, STATE:.:..oI&II BEGINS Districts held elections to J. B. CARLYLE NOW de- Instant favor la the .few pictures been made and the clients chosen

ta nothing fright about ,.WORK ON 1936 Lawtey determine whether or not Wood- OWNER OF BAIRD"BRANCH Rural been Rehabilitation removed a*.apart In which she has'appeared. will be> notified by case aids, It

PIcture ahead of un,"* Comp- LICENSES'George would be added to I partment baa Next Tuesday and Wednesday, was said by the welfare depart
District and will henceforth
We ". lawn of the FERA "Murder on A Honeymoon." a rol- ,ment of the FERA here,
"Economy of the was
. kind will be Wilder,' State motor vehicle :Lawtey District, the result C. A. Pound* president of t.beSalJ'd be operated under the resettlement ticking combination of farce ''and i .
necessary If to vote consolidation of ..k.
b Woodlawn failed Company of the Agrt-
that Hardware division
to aVoid l commissioner this week announced mystery, will be...... The prin-
.. a deficit In'the hence the trustees elected week announcedthe Administration BirthsMr.
.
...llllOnth.lance .." Florida's 1936 automobile Gainesville, this cultural Adjustment cipal players are Edna Mae Oliver
at that time were for the con- sale of the Bradford Hard- No further orders changing
14ase license plates would be painted and James G1 uon. Tuesday lithe and Mrs. Carl Thornton
Deported in
today solidated and not for the Lawtey to J. B. Carlisle. administration of the department
a4 red ware Company the
revenue with white letters on a bright. regular Cash Night Starke, boy June 24.
e4 fund Lee said District which necessitates the I Mr. Carlisle has been,manager of here had been received yes-
with Thursday and Friday of next Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moseley
a balance background.
.II of $216at .- of trustees for the Lawtey ,
electing the store here since It* opening terday. 4t
the week will old favorite Starke
24.
bring an girl June
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end of the previous The tags will carry no safety .
and several years ago.The that Is dear to the hearts of the Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Mann
387.41 at: be said have In the DI.trlct"J. ,i
as they
UR the end'of device ... J. GRIFFIS Supt. new owner yesterday said: RoadThe
33 Year. :In' enacting, Its Repair older as well as the younger gen. Brooker girl June 29. ,
During the two
past past years to
IIIef "I wish to take this opportunity '
a halt erations"The Hoosier School Mr. and Mrs. John HigglnbothN
bill the recent Legislature Road Department will
years Lee claimed appropriations Post friend and customers State
1IeraI Grills Regions thank all of my i
master. Charlotte Henry and am. Starke! girl June 27.
revenue work
fun that no money the repair
<1obligations had paid specified of the Bradford rush to completion
th0 of the commission O. J.'Grl.fl.' director of operations for the success within the limitsof Norman Foster are In the featured Mr. and Mrs. Roy .Joam-,
incurred should "be spent by under on Road 48 city
laiae with the local FERA has HardwareCompany role. Starke, girl!, July 3.
Mnunistratlons.Csechoalovm., on safety devices for automobile management.. I will strive to Stark. Itwas learned this .
resigned his position efeetrve July my week. This stretch of road has M. i
tags.An service and qual- '
"':'lJIIated are of 30.000 years order for 450.000: new 1936 IS when be leaves Starke to accept render Its the new same owner." been taken over bY'''the depart The War Department at Washington There are ten banks'making up

a II 1 musical pi" made tags will be placed today with employment with the Ford ity a* meat In accordance with a bill has appropriated 910,000 to the membership of the ClearingHouse

-.tallith. found the the State Prison at RaIford, where Motor Company ,of Eustls. Mr. Botlln College. at Winter Park. passed at the last legislative session. dredge and,repair Ponce de Leon I Association In Greater'Mi-. '
not
I yet
GriffU's successor has Inlet at New ami.
b1 Are manufactured, ; Smyrna
,., the licenses) been announced, ha a library ot ", Ol volume 7 .. -
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAItKK FLORIDA ,_ ___ __ FRIDAY._ __ Jt"L"I/, It
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It PATlfONIZEYOUR HOME TOWN MERCHAN1





GULF REFINING' COMPANY J. H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.AN BRADFORD HARDWARE\ COMPANYA MITCHELL'S




MR. E. C. PRIEST. LOCAL GULF DISTRIBUTOR HAS UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE STORE OFFERING HIGHEST THE PROGRESSIVE QUALITY IIARDWARC,MERCHANDISE! CONCERN AT LOWEST FEATURING DRUG STOREA

FURNISHED GULF DEALERS WITH AN EXCELLENT EASIEST CREDIT TERMS ON TIlE POSSIBLE COSTS.

SERVICE FOR TilE PAST FOUR YEARS.With QUALITY OF MERCHANDISE.

to turn- Located in Starke is a modern their patrons. They carry a most I most dependable
desire
'
and bulk located thoroughly experienced in the buiInesa. ,. Providing the same prompt service ence whether you drug ?
office plant wisha and up-to-date hardware store complete stock of hardware, Am- where the people know
in Bradford lab the whole house or ,just that
In Starke Is the local wholesale -!I Gulf dealers that be serve to patrons living certainly oughtto handling' a complete line of hard erican fence, paints, oils, builders' I can secure unexcelled
that furnished in StarkeIs piece or two you PreSCrfptl
as (
County
distributor for the complete are high In their praise for the the home of artistic and dependable be able to make your selection ware, fencing. farm implements, supplies farm Implements and radios. Service and'a moat rellahl *,
line of Gulf Refining Company builders' In line nationally 'that has
type of service that Mr. Pries furnishings, affording paints, and oils radios, every furnished then
home e
products, Including Good Gulf Gaa- renders. the best possible values at the lowest here.The J. H. Denmark Furniture supplies, In fact everything you known merchandise is fea.turedand Quality Merchandise for the
ollne, Gulf-lube and Gulf Pride find In a first this coupled with a local service i thrty-three years. p
to
Good Gulf Gasoline prices., Has merited : Company is under the personal di. would expect The
i motor oils that are known for Every day possible kind. The store that Is hard to beat has been Drug Store is
of S. Denmark who class store of this one of the
wins new friends, If you are not the position the store has attainedover rectlon Mr. P. old,
their pep and mileage. for the ever) increasing this section of !
power allover the capable owner- responsible Florida
known Is under
now
well and
already on the list drive around to the past seven years as the is favorably and *
When you atop at the Gulf"stations displaying your nearest Gulf dealer, fill up Leading Home Outfitting Store of the County for his fair and ship of Mr. J. B. Carlisle, who Is patronage. tie time that they have be!

: the "Good the sign finest you of your tank and let it prove to you this section. honest business methods. :Mr. well and favorably known all over We are pleased In this Trade at business they have e labllsheci?
not only secure very Furniture Denmark really makes the word the county and during the short Home Issue to compliment the enviable reputation
and oil but at the same all that they claim for It. You will : The J. IL Denmark tltrougb
th gasoline local distributor find that there Is no better gasoline Company is well known to the people "SERVICE" mean what It say time that he has been operatinghere Bradford Hardware Company and this entire community. YOU

time. patronize boost a Home Industries. I than Good Gulf and no better of this section for they are Stop in today and look over their he ha. built for himself and Its new owner, Mr. J. B. Carlisle always find a registered Cradu

and Good help Gulf to stations are located everywhere -I motor oil than Gulf Pride, when Bradford County boys. Many people stock you are certain to gain a the Bradford Hardware Companya and say that you will find it much Pharmacist In the store at

I for convenience I you use both you are using economical visit the store when they are great many 'valuable Ideas, and reputation that extends all over more satisfactory in quality, serv- times.

: and they offer your courteous service motor fuel and life prolongIng down town shopping because they some very"*-unusual bargains in this section.In ice and price to trade with this local Known throughout Starke

purchasing a gal- motor oil. have found that "You can alwaysdo fine furniture.' this entire part .of the state hardware store, than In a foreign Bradford County as one of the

j whether Ion of gasoline you are, a tank full or just j In making this review of tho better at Denmark's."' We are pleased In this reviewof there Is not another establishment community or from a mall liable, stores of this section Is t

desire Information.- I onward progress of our comraunIty ',They .are showing an excellent the more prominent firms who that surpasses the Bradford Hardware order hQuse", for here you have. a< modern drug store and they lu
!' the selection of fine furniture at this give valuable Service to our community Company in the point of diversity home store .with home Interests established a large trade by m,
and In more
C.For Priest the has past been four rendering years Mr.local, E. Inent men outlining and concerns who prom-give season and invite you to drop, In _to. _'call- to,.. your. attention of 'articles. During the and one. that backs 'up every purchase of,quality--" .and Commendable. Me

Gulf dealers a service thatIs I valuable service we are pleased to and look over their complete stock. the J.,H.. Denmark Furniture Com time that 'they have been doing to be just as represented. oda.In
Good Is offered the easiest wishes to take this recent years the old
the services All furniture on business here they have enjoyeda I Mr. Carlisle) relit
call to attention
other oil your It is ,owned and operatedby
not surpassed by any rendered Mr. E. C. Priest, and possible terms and credit is arranged pany. large patronage and It is safe opportunity to thank his many Pharmacy where the people to
by
this section. He hasbeen
company In the quality products he distrib so that you pay what Is Bradford County boys and well to say that the name "Bradford friends and' customers who have that the doctor's prescription u
accommodating '
and
courteous and utes. You will be making a wise convenient. It makes no differ- deserving of your patronage. Hardware Company" is well' been responsible for his success they were having filled was bri
In all his business dealings I '
done'correctly
r Has built for himself and his company choice by filling up your tank for known In connection: with, fine and say that as new owner it, Is Ingredients have and with the b

a reputation that extends all Fourth of July driving. Do so IUGREEN'S DAIRYHAS quality merchandise and local ser his chief aim to render the same less to passed on nor
ones
r
over this part of the country. Ha now and enjoy- better motoring I vice.. satisfactory service and high quality variety of articles.carrying But a not hi
different lines are carried
k otters a prompt service _and., IsBROWNLEE perforaflCe.III I Many, as be did when he was, manager with the Mitchell Drug sici
and various departments are
-" FURNISHED OUR READERS WITH THE HIGHEST while
convenience of they are as modern ai
the
BROTHERS QUALITY OF JERSEY DAIRY PRODUCTSFOF operated for ,--- -- .- -.,- --- will find in this community

EIGHTEEN YEARS., they are proud of the reputai
STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. and standing that they have
Located In Starke Is a model 'Green's Chocolate Drink that. id that ;
prescription work
CONCERN THAT IS AN IMPORTANT FEATURE IN In their
A ORGANIZATION Dairy where every step from farmto produced from pure chocolate *> tabllshment is one in which
THE AGRICULTURAL consumer Is guarded to Insure syrup and Jersey Grade "A" raw ENJOYITS much
DRINK "COCA COJ.A"'IN TilE BOTTLE YOU'LL care cannot be exercised
OF-THIS ENTIRE SECTION. cleanliness of You find It deliciousand
the freshness an milk. will a a result
from
--, DELICIOUS AND. REFRESHING TASTE.With people Starke
their Jersey grade "A" raw milk, refreshing drink not only durIng -
located that have made the adjoining
With office and warehouse they quite study territory go to
I cream, butter, buttermilk, chocolate the summer,,months but the modern and up-to-date lllzed and the process bottling ctiell's and feel assured of
'is well known of all the problems connected with get
in Starke a drink and other dairy products winter as wjll.! Try a bottle ofGreen's bottling plant located In Starke and preparing the beverage is lust what they want In
,and reliable concern of Bradford growing has enabled them to serve I !, They furnish an' excellent Chocolate drink today. are the local authorized bottler done entirely without the aid of and drugs. pretctlons

County and one that is everywhere the farmers In a most competent service to Starke and an Increas- The milk ,and cream are cooledIn of Coca Cola and supply dealers human hands' We are pleased In this revise

esteemed for their polite and courteous manner. lng number of patrons attest tb.3 an up-to-date plant and every throughout this section with an After a,busy day at the office compliment the Mitchell D

-' service. They are extensive straw During strawberry season they fact' their Jersey milk and cream product Is produced under perfect excellent service. Many people factory mill home, etc.. there in. Store and its owner, Mr. Mitch
seeds
dealers; In fertilizers, offer a ready market for strawber. has a richness, and flavor that' la controL' 'The cattle are given'the purchase Coca Cola by the case nothing quite so refreshing as a upon the modern services t

berry and vegetable authorities packages.Theyare ties ,and pay the highest cash/ ,,not surpassed by any other on the best of attention, and the. herd Is For home use they find this the good cold bottle of Coca Cola and they render this community
considered
and are pleased upon prices. And many growers eel market. For dally service phone an accredited, one all ,of which go most convenient and economical the children' enjoy It as much as refer them to all of our reade
fertilizers always
the their berries to 'this concern because 273.. together in< giving our reader 'way 'of' servlhg 'Coca Cola. 'Ask the grownups., Many people purchase

to best give Fertilizer Information most regarding suitable to they have learned to depen! Greens Dairy's milk and cream whole.aome..11 health-giving prod for Coca Cola In the bottle. you'll I Coca Cola from-their' local HAMPTON

needs Talk the proportion upon the reliability of the service. are known as absolutely the best ucts.. < enjoy -"the pause that refreshes." I dealers, by the case for home use. MlM ASia Nlmma, forrripiiiUn
your and learn not They are always willing and ready hat are obtainable and that Is tha In making this review of our Coca Cola is the national drink I It is the easy economical way to
over with them only fertilizers to give quotations on the market verdict of their many patrons. Its community we are pleased to compliment that knows no fleeting popularity, say nothing of the convenience Mrs., .J.' 'G. Adklns had ni

how to'save also money how to on obtain your the- and render a'complete service lu a Quality Jersey Milk produced Mr.tL. D. Green upon the since its first appearance'on the always having a cold drink on guest. this week, her sinter,

but You wUl very particular. for those who want the best. ItS fine dairy that he has providedfor market It has been popular and hand at the home.. Jewel Priester, and Miss Mag
best results from Its use. produced from Mr Green's oWn people of. this section and suggest Price both of Lake Butler.
tells its own story of :
fertilizers sold Brown. In addition to fertilizer they each year The Starke Coca Cola Bottling
find the by carefully selected herd of Jersey to our, readers in regard to demand wherever Coca M. Z., Sullivan, clerk In the
lee Brothers to be especially deal:: extensively in tested seeds: increased Company Is owned by Mr. D C.
cattle that under his constant fine quality Jersey Dairy product ami Post Office, was the
are gurat
available and that is in every -
to the soil of this section. vegetable and strawberry pack- Cola Is Jones and is managed by Mr.
adapted and that cannot'do better than to call his mother Mrs. J. P. Sullivan
supervision onea are given you Union ,and ,
Being large growers of strawberries ices andcrates. They offer the state in the jnany James L.' Silcox; Mr.: Silcox has .
the best care. It might be added 273: Mr. Green has been serving Saturday
beans, corn and tomatoes, ,Jest'ln' each line. at the lowest foreign countries. : been in charge of the local 'plantfor
;;, that Mr Green has spared no this community for many years The Hampton Public School
learned the ones costs. When you''purchase Coca Cola the past ten years as manager
'i they long ago ) expense .In being able to offer his and there, an many of our readers begin here next Monday, with
about the best rt- to be'" assured of cleanliness, and has been serving in Mr.'Jones'employ'
that would bring > We are pleased In this issue you pan !
him
patrons products with'a richness who. have ..aded with the following teachers In charge:
"
..alJlbI V; :* compliment Messrs. H. L.:"and ;r. Tile authorized bottling companiesmust for tile past sixteen yearl.I .
jnd flavor, that: are enjoyed By! greater,portion of this time. They i ,Principal-Lester Sponholtz
Brownlee Brothers Is owned ahj M. Brownlee and say that firm Is a jrownups and children, as well.. have, learned .to depend upon his measure up to high stand I' He serves dealers in a most efficient Lawtey'; ,.slstanteH.. B. ,
Messrs. H. L. and J. valuable asset to our community.Mr. dards of sanitation; their equip- manner and they are high in '
operated by and S
Green's Dairy also produce honesty reliability. fins, of Hampton; Mrs. Floy
served mtnt must be modern In every re their praise for the courteous and
M. Brownlee who are well known II. L. Brownlee has asa I. van'of Theresas; Miss Cleo Sa
all over this section. They have member of the Board of Bond I spect. In Starke the Starke Coca accommodating treatment that he of Hampton;' 'Miss Mamie

been In their present business for Trustees for some time and Mr. J. 'S..R. JOHNSAND SONSONE Cola Bottling Company truly measures accords all patrons. We are pleased Warren, of Lake Butler.
the but In all they M. Brownlee la equally as well up to all standards set by
past seven years In:this issue, to compliment him The entire faculty has had n|
have spent many, many years in known. Together they make in OF TilE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE WHOLE. the world famous producers of as one.of the worthwhile businessmen I experience, making the outlook
Is modelof
the growing of strawberries, beann, excellent combination rendering Coca Cola., The plant a
SALE AND RETAIL GROCERY FEED AND a good term promising.
bottle Isster- of our community.
in cleanliness
corn, tomatoes etc. This personal the farmers an excellent service FERTILIZER ESTABLISHMENTS HERE every Revival services began at

experience together with the fact every'particular. Christian Church last Sunday

I, --- For seventeen years this store I buy In huge quantities and are NEW RIVER BOA TDRAIN I nlng and will continue Indeflnltj

A. J. GRIFFIS 'as featured extensive lines of able to obtain better bargains and: Mrs. O. E. Crosby Correspondent Mr.. Z. Z. Griffin, Correspondent Mrs. A J. Wilson and fa|
Igh quality merchandise In every pass this savings on to the con '" wish to thank their friends
:epartment 'and are' dealers In sumer. It is a home store with The Rev, G: E. :McGauley of Mrs. E. E. Lee was visiting relatives their kindness, and also for

groceries.. meats feeds, Wilson A'oomer home Interests and that employs Brooker. closed, a week's, revival In Jacksonville last week. beautiful flowers. and for thel

"SUPERINTENDENT OF THE SCHOOLS" fertilizers and carry a full local people.r'So the next time meeting, at New River Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree'and tentlon,"and'words of symp

OF BRADFORD COUNTY. line of crate materials. Peoplenot you are' tempted' to shop ,In distant Church Sunday. children and Mrs.,,, Ray Boree and during the death and burial of

A man who Is due much credit evidenced by the confidence the only from Starke and Bradford cities; just atop to' think The Rev, L. G. Hemingway of Mr. and Mrs. Moody all of Jack- son., Charles.

for the advancement of educational people placed in him.. by his re County but throughout the when you spend your money that Starke was. a business :visitor here sonville were visiting China Grove Signed:

4 facilities In the county Is Mr. election.. djolnlng territory have, learned far sway it H used to develop 'hursday.. .. Church last. Sunday' Mrs. A. J. Wilson

A. ,J. Griff, superintendent of Mr. Griffls is well and favorably that they .can depend upon. the those places and makes your prop Mr., and Mrs.:;O. E.-; Crosby and Harvey Gainey and Lonnla! Earnest Morgan

; the schools of Bradford County. known not only In Bradford County ; nea carried at, this establishmentnd erty, here at home less valuable. hlldren': were'visiting' Mr.'. and Cooper of Seville were visiting v Harmon Morgan!
the that Money here in Starke Mrs. Floyd Crosby at Rising Saturday relatives In this section the, past .
Mr. Griffls Is a native of thecounty but throughout this part of the during years they spent right George Morgan.MISSION
and has always taken an active state. His associates and friends have been In business they have tends to create a community spirit afternoon. week-end. .

Interest In all problems that pro--have found him to be; of sterling built up a large volume of, bust and. a. ,dollar thus spent actuallycomea Mrs.' J.- x... Johns and D. L. Cat- i Mrs. Mildred Griffla was visiting HALL

miser public Improvement., He character, of pleasing personalityand ess. back to you In some), form tin were among those transacting I relatives. In Jacksonville last week. An Inspiring service was bel
: was elected Superintendent In 1923 one who has won their confidence The store is owned and operat. ,or other. justness In Starke and Lake Butler Dan Boree,of Jacksonville was the Mission, on Tuesday eve

: .and his,work as head of the and good will by straightforward ed by Messrs. s., R Johns. Jr.. and On your next visit down town Saturday. visiting Mr. and Mrs..7., Z.. Griff" when Pastor J. D. Lyle of U ,schools has been highly commen methods. Carl Johns who stand high as drop into S. R. Johns and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Homer Welch, Mr. last Wednesday,. Baptist Church brought a ford
prominent business In store and look their and,Mrs. Frank Richard and Miss Mr. and Mrs.. Zenas Griffls and
dable. His active interest in the No review :of the professionaland men ,our over complete gospel on "An All S\t\
betterment of every department of business Interests of the county ommunity and who are well and stock. It will surprise you to find Mary Richard aU of Lake Butler Mrs. Maggie Green,!attended the I cient Christ.message" I IAn
,
the schools has resulted in turn. would be complete without extended favorably known. They and their such a ''variety. Housewives are were visiting their, brotherinlawand i Starling-Thomas ,wedding at.Pin3 overflow audience atteij

ing out children who are strong reference to this local man employees are familiar with the cordially invited to drop In If buying sister,, Mr. and Mrs.. M. J. I Level Church last Saturday, night the meeting'and although e

and healthy of mind and body; We wish to'compliment him anj large stock of merchandise 'carried ,or only just looking around. Sapp, Sunday. Mrs. Delia Priest of Hampton I II. seats provided many ha

From the beginning of his first 'Wish him continued success. The and make every effort to ren." We are pleased in this issue to .Mrs,, 0., Wr Sapp and (children' I.,:visiting Mrs. 'Myrtle Priest and stand were and the message >

term In office Mr. Grlffla' premier I voters of Bradford County have )er a satisfactory service. compliment Messrs.. S. ,R. Johns, of Brooker attended church' at famUy'this week. broadcast over the Public Ad

,desire has been' to develop Bradford -I. shown excellent choice In electinga But it at Johns Home'Owned Jr.,, and Carl Johns upon. the up- Jew.River Sunday and were diDI ,Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Sullivan were to the ones on the 8 t

) County schools to the extent -! cf this to the office of nd Home Operated Store la a fit- to-date establishment that they I ner guests pf..Mr. and .Mrs. E. A. visiting Mr., and Mrs, K. L,, Griffls below System'who were not able to
man type
i that, the local educational facilities Jng slogan for all people who operate for' the people of. this section Sapp., last Sunday.. into room
the assembly
.. would be second to none of Superintendent of Schools and will *lsh to keep their food bill :at and referIt to all of our readers Mr.: and Mrs. D. L., Gatlin 'and Mr, Arch, Prevatf' attended Four Gospels will'

..Any county of this size In the be making a wiser choice by re- 'he lowest possible figure Being/ when needing- Quality Merchandise family and Mrs. J. L. Johns attended church at Fine Level' last Sunday. studied,"Why next week.

!tate.. That he has succeeded. In electing. him.., xtenslve wholesale dealers they. ,at Reasonable Prices. church! at Pine, ,Level, Frl-, : t' I It --
...- -. .. '. day night. .'' GRAHAM -- -'- FIRE
YACHT BASIN
j Mr. and Mrs.' C. C.:. Butler and ..... l.. C. iltfc. C.nee....... FORT. LAUDERDALE r
: STARKE( STAVE COMPANY ,'GREEN'S STORE 'family were visiting friends'at t
; Lake Butler Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs.' George' Conwayand swept the, PUklngton yacht

If If A MODERN ANO'UPTOriATE' GROCERY FEATURING Miss Lois Moody of Tampa la 1 little daughter ,Millie ,Anna, near here, critically injured killed
] to have
A, PROGRESSIVE. CONCERN WHOSE SERVICES PLAY QUALITY SERVICE AND LOW PRICES.A ,visiting relatives here., spent the week-end with Mrs.,CODway"a other man is and'believed destroyed dotem
Mrs. C. ,
mother. Fogg.
AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE INDUSTRIAL Miss Dorothy Sapp is spending of P<
LIFE OF OUR COMMUNITY. friendly home owned and tronag Green's Store was established this week with her grandmother, Mr.. and Mrs.:' A.:.'Padgett, and yachts Including those unottlc!

i home operated store located in some ten years ago by I!Mrs. ,Lillie Richard of. Lake But, little daughter, 'Avellne, are' visiting nent persona, at a loss The

; With office and stave mill located quality products. tark*..feature a complete line of Mr..A. H. Green and Is now own ,let .Mr&'Padgett's parents, Mr. estimated at 1000000.

In Starke are extensive manufacturers While very little or none of their taple and fancy groceries native ed and operated by his son, Mr. Don't forget Sunday School every and' Mrs. J. H. Surreucy. which destroyed approxlm r$
t of Staves and a concern business is transacted in this Immediate and western meats fresh fruits Lloyd J. Gr en. Sunday afternoon at Long Mrs.. Mack McKlnzle was. visit- seventy craft as It spread

that satisfactorily solves this territory Starke Stave and vegetables. Is well and faorably .Green's Store spends hundreds of 'Bridge christian Church. Everyone .ing relatives' Sunday.. along the i waterfront, follow"""'

need. A valued and an essential Company has always,taken an active known to housewives not dollars in local,produce and provide la ,cordially invited to attend.' Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln and explosion that occurred owned W

? company that Is a vital factor in Interest In all problems that )nly In Starke but throughout a ready market for the grow Mr. and Mrs.. O. W. Dyal attended houseboat, Semlnole.

c'l the industrial life of Starke and promise public Improvement. They Bradford County. Many have el', This policy benefits the local ZIFF the birthday dinner at Mr. and J, S. Phlppa Estate of Palm
the The employment for a large learned the lesson of farmer Mrs..,Wilbur Gunter's home in the T"
surrounding community. provide economy by because the prices offered 8CHEDl"LE
.
Mint !. Ma Lwta. C ,. .. ....tMr. TIN
: products of this concern are shlp- number of local residents and pay railing here. During the time hero are far' more favorable than ---.:-' Waldo section Sunday In honor of Effective'June 16th train

pet throughout the turpentine dis annually large sums of money Into hat this grocery star has been would be received were the--grower ., and Mrs. J. W. Lewis,and Mrs. Gunter's. mother, Mrs. EsslWasdln. and 12 will be discontinued
trict. local and county taxes: : And In In operation they have built up a to ship elsewhere. It Is this policy "' will run 5"
Johnnie 16
'son,, were attending to trains 15 and
The Starke Stave Company was every way.they help the progressof large volume of business all over that h..mel; t;, with great favor .business in Jacksonville L. C. Smith, and daughter, little '
low
d established here a little more than our community.. his section of the state. # and has been.responsible for an increased and Mrs. H. H. Howard FridaysMr. Mr. Miss Alta, left Saturday for a few : ; Southbound

four years ago and since that We are pleased In this review of Green's Store is one of the popular buHloeaa la all depart. and. Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daughter days visit with relative at Win- No. I-'Due Starke 11:31: J
time they have enjoyed a large the prominent. concerns serving trading centers of this see- merits for Ue grower has learned dermere. 4m
'
Starke
Miss; in Due
Hazel Starke8aturiay No. IS
,volume of business. They are extensive I this sectloni to compliment the tion and is headquarters for, hun- to patronize, .store that patron- afternoon.were Mrs.:A. E. Ward spent the weekend Starke 9:42;
manufacturers of staves Starke ,Stave Company and Its .reds of people each year who desire Ilea him.' ,. with her daughter. Mrs., Flor- No..107-Du* 10:57 r

: and headings and their products I owner and ,operator. Mr. W. P. the finest la groceries, meats, W* are pleased In this Trade At i Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and children rle McKlnney. at Sampson City,, No., 1. 1-Due Northbound Starke

;) are regarded as being strong.. and Smith upon the Important part fresh fruits and vegetables at Home edition) to refer the products r of Graham were visiting her 'Mr;and., $rs. Cliff McKver ,of Starke 52J:
'. sturdy of construction and of they play In the life of this section reasonable prices. Green's Store and services ,that ar* rendered by ;parents,here Tuesday, Georgia were visiting Mr, aDd Mrs. No. 2-Due Starke 12.3:.
QualitY' Material. The mill: of and that civic pride In I Miss Henrietta Cox of Fairbanks WvT,'McKver las week.. No. I*-Du*
say your permit no one to offer greater vale this local store to all of our readers Starke *:"
this concern Is equipped as well as home community should urge you e just as they permit no one to and highly compliment Mr. was visiting hers last weak.L. : '........ NO. :: 1C8-Due and Wannee BraJ;

.any in this part of- the state and patronize., support and boost offer higher quality and It is this Lloyd J. Green upon. the fine store O.:and Johnnie Lewis.. Joe Cox 'American* had '1S.13.000OOO of No.Stark.01-Learee Starke .

'it. tha machinery Is most modern for the'products" of UUs local con happy combination that has ...- that he has provided f.tbe people and Henry Steward were visiting their capital Invested, abroad;'la fo.-1O2.-Arr1ve1 Starke i:5:
.which ,enable. them to turn 'out cern. suited In an ."I'.fllClI'M8InC"pII- of this section.1' II In Fairbanks,Sunday.,* 1980., J! urr efrv -" T.J.GPAGE

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Mrs. A. H. Green Mrs. L, J. Mrs. D. A. Montleth with :Mrs f :I \t f" '/'; .
Green, Mrs A. F Sauls Mrs. P. Minnie Brown of Raiford and Miss The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the ; 1 .

M. Barefoot .and daughter, Sara, Rosa Lee Dunbarf of the State
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Bits of spent Friday In Jacksonville. Farm, have returned from a sev- O BETTER BUSINESS FIRMS 'f t t i:.\

eral days visit at Hendersonville, ,

Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville N. C. The Telegraph has Investigated all the Business Firms listed on this i: 1 ''i t .,:

NeWs has Mrs.joined her parents, Mr. and page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its respective ; Li :I I
DeWitt ,
C. Jones at J. H. Hemingway and .
Local Lake, for a several weeks Kingstoy stay. George have returned to their son, .line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to r I \ ) s,, ,,.JS,

readers Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke ; '. I :
they
home In West Lake Wales after our -- are r ,
OUR. PEOPLE BUSINESS AND in and visit with them-then too will place w, ; \ '' ,bit'(la) ,
CONCERNING Mrs. F A. Moore Mrs. T. A. a short visit here.wllh Mr Hem- people.) Try them go you your 'p'

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Steele and family of Gainesville ingway's mother Mrs, H. D. Hem- K "OK" beside the name of each one. Write-ups covering these various in:1:1 +.i hi i I

will spend the week-end with Mr. ingway. 111. stitutions and prepared by a member of the Telegraph staff will appear ,; h I 'f I .},'/'

and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and family. on this page each week. Read these stories and learn about your own .. ,,1 ',I ,I''

I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Starke business people. t\t ', .; \\t \, ;

I 0. daughter. Madge with Rev. )/ JI\ .
E. Priest baa returned
C.
Brooker, was arM Mrs. Mrs. L. Beasley will return 4'f
layea of home from a two weeks visit with today from .Tampa, where she and Mrs. M. C. Stith and sons of HOW SENATORS GET THAT lees to bring scant returns.. Disposition R ,, 7 L"' ,
Tuesday. Jacksonville are enjoying a stay DAZED LOOK Fuller'sFlorida of public to ,go on tax:: ,
r ,..--- relatives in Ft. WhIte and High spent several days with her parents -li
rW Jr. ...pentday Springs. Mr. and Mrs A. at the Epperson cottage at Kings- I, strike because legislature weaken
B Mundy. C. Durden. ley Lake. If you have wondered how United Letter ed 1929 tax foreclosure law and {r 4

in GalnesviUe. States senators acquire that : FINANCIAL NEWS| I I failed to abolish stats manage Indicates P',
WEEKLY
J. J. Colaoa of New
Mr. and Mrs. dazed
expression perhapsthis
slightly
Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely has returned Dr. F, O. Brauey. who has been ad valorem pickings on delinquent
-- OF THE STATE
has recent- River were here last Wednesday home from excerpt from the Congressional i j I
this
; summerwill
B. osborne a visit in Lake associated In practice with Dr.'W. payments
ved'to, Lawtey to reside. visiting Mr.' and Mrs. Warren E City with her brother and sister- E. Middleton. for more than a Record, giving the form of a be small. This particularly In a, YEN '
Perkins. in-law Mr. and question put by Vice-president TAX BOOST-Much has been view administration has L %'
I Mrs. Johnny Bals- year left Sunday for Philadelphia,i of tact h,
.a w. Brown of Lawtey, den. a Pa., where be will be connected Garner will help to clear the matter written and said on the subject of cautioned against too liberal discounts I

a ru'ltor here Monday.. : Mrs. A. W. Anderson and daughter with the Presbyterian Hospital.The up for you: tax reduction the legislature has under tax adjustment law.

I Virginia, are spending several Mrs. J. P. Burns and children, "Vice President Garner, presidIng met and adjourned, Interest rate 'I State portion would be paid In cash ",
of Lake Ga *- i weeks with relatives In Philadelphia bonds have been reduced end '
T Baker on
w Joan and Jean of Atlanta Ga. are W C. T. U. will convene at : without discount. The million or '; ;

..'II'ax.'Patten,a. visitor here Monday. Pa spending a month with Mrs. the home of the President Mrs.F. "The question Is on the motionof maturities extended and yet symp- more counted on from slot machi;i

I Burns' mother, Mrs. Cella I. Ma- A. Scott, on Friday p. m 3:30.: the senator from Oklahoma to toms throughout the state Indicate ines is also likely to turn out to bya e, 11
j. was a business Vela Miss Dorothy Sapp Is spendingtwo nassa. Christian Patriotism will be the lay on the table the motion. of the Increased budgets and higher mil myth. All of which sounds fine It

Cove Springs Tues. weeks at Jacksonville Bead lage this year. for the schools who will share on ?il ,
Green i theme of this meeting! honor of senator from Louisiana: to recon- y
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. N ,Mr. and R. Davis and the day we celebrate,at,, this time.: sider the vote whereby the Senate County budget making has been a parity with other governmental X

Compton.Dr. daughters, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, July 4th. agreed to the amendment of the delayed on account of remakingtax departments from the general
Brooker. was tae rolls to rid of dead -
of get property fund after all the rest have been
T Osteen. I are at Daytona Beach visiting Mr. senator from Oklahoma to the motion -
ing to business ,here Mon- and Mrs H. B. McLendonand Davis grandmother, Mrs B. P. Mr. and Mrs.:H. C. Neff of Jack- of the senator from Mississippi put on the books under the fully provided for.The deficit predicted i ?
Mrs. E.. S. Matthews were Smith. 1933 Futch act and acv a result by the comptroller bea
sonville, were guests Sunday of to concur in the amendmentof may
I visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg at the House with an amendment"Tallahassee f w definite figures are available.However forewarning to the schools to kw, ptti

LIM toe Dempsey of, Waldo. afternoon., Major and Mrs. G. C. Irvin and their cottage at Klngsley Lake. Democrat. tentative budgets for reef .all before they start in the Ali,} ,
here Tuesday after- ........ both counties and cities are on fall.
U visitor children Gordon and Jean of Fort Mrs. Neff remained over for aweek's I
Miss ,Clara Flume left Saturday Sam Houston Texas I the "up" side.COURTSThirty. .
are visiting visit with !'Mr. and Mrs.
for a ten days visit in Jack Mrs. Irvlns mother Mrs. Celia I I days after adJournment -
I. Sternberg. For The BEST
-Agnea summer'.. ofesvllle. sonville with her cousin Mill Elisabeth Manassa. of the legislature'
visitor here courts have started the tedious One Block South of Depot '
a Mills.
was Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and Barbecue Sandwiches, task of masticating 1035 laws

ay. Captain S. A Bryan of Jacksonville daughter Miss Ava Lou of Has- ALL GRADED PINE AND ,,
_ _ Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Drinks and Short Orders Suits have been started, federal
was here the
latter part of tings, were guests last Wednesdayof
Z. Adklns and son A. Z.: children and. Miss Lena Belle and state from one end of Floridato CYPRESS LUMBER! AND
tf- A. last week visiting his soninlawand Mr. and Mrs Warren E. Per- CHICKEN SALAD and

"were visitors to Jacksonville Shepard are enjoying a stay at daughter Mr, and Mrs. A. B. kins. Miss Poppell remained over compromise the other. tax Chain settlements store tax feature B('ILDING<< MATERIAL 4 '
TRYHALL'S .
id,y. I Daytona Beach., Williams. for a longer visit; with Mr. and temporary
the litigation.' First -

nn. A. F. Griffis has been semly .I Mr. and Mrs. A. C., Stewart, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. Perkins-- -, Injunction against enforcement BENNETT'SLUMBER ,

III for the past few days at and daughter, Evelyn, of Ft. Lauderdale daughters, Juanita and Sara, Miss Mary Browalee who Is attending PLACENear of the chain store tax, a mea-
to 4000.
sure supposed produre
I home. are visiting Mr. and Mm. spent Sunday In Sanderson visit- summer school at the Uni-
.
for the schools has been
Seaboard Station 000 afan"ed
Fred F. Flume. Ing Mr. Barefoot' mother, Mrs. S. versity of Florida, accompanied by CO.
Pensacala In
In federal court at
C. S.trendorf .
I'e to report that
regret A. Barefoot. her guest. Miss Betty Mace of De-

Is seriously ill. at his Mrs. R. J. Glover and daughter .- Land, spent Saturday here with .. behalf of two Jacksonville chain.
Twenty-five other national
e here Miss Ruby of Parrish, Mana- Mr. and Mrs. M. Brownstein and Miss Brownlee's parents' Mr.. and operator., sectional and local chain .

tee County visited friends li children of Gainesville will be Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.' '
C. Sbaw'and You Can Always Get Joined the action and a move 1 II .t
L.
Ir, and Mrs. Starke Monday. week-end guests of Mr. and Mra.
Carrie Shaw spent Friday, In -- B. their J. M. Mitchell -Lr D. Joe now under way to halt complete Most Reliable ?
i Jacobs at summer cottageat Vlning SALT II FRESH WATER operation of the law until Its valid
vlfe. Miss Louise Snyder has returned Klngsley Lake. Sistrunk and B. Jacobs, were in
from a visit with relatives li New Smyrna Monday evening FISHAT Ity is testnd. Temporary Injunc- You Feel SAFE When You i
tions have been secured In Palm
,aI i Amy Moore of Jacksonis Maryland Pennsylvania and Mr.:and Mra. Nat Williams and where they attended Past Master's Beach, Lake and Gadsden Counties Insure With Us. v, t'I

e I here visiting her father, Washington, D. C. daughter Miss, Elizabeth and Miss Night at the New Smyrna Masonla! against use of the 1035 delinquent

IV. Moore Helen Prather, spent Sunday at Lodge Mr. Jacobs being a Past tax adjustment law. Martanna Peninsular Life'
Mr. and Mrs. C. I... Stockwelland of this
Mayport visiting Mr. and Mrs. Master Lodge. 4
MAGNOLIAFISH has, also obtained a restraint
were
Ir. and Mrs. T. J. GriffIn daughters Mary Lorraine and Kenneth Harrington.Mr. .
similar law Insurance Co.
against use of a apply-
ton to Jacksonville last Frl- Kathleen spent the Fourth at Miss Martha Brownlee accompa-
Ing to cities. The double budge i
r afternoon. Jacksonville Beach. and Mrs. T. C. Chastaln anj nied by Misses Katherine and Ger MARKETGuaranteed of deb ,
law permitting payment
son Carlton and Mr..and Mrs. P trude Cam. all student nurses at service and operating expense taxes Luclan Thomas, Agent.

Ir. and Mrs. T. D. Rlcken- Mrs. C. C. Cross has returnedto S. Denmark and family have been Riverside Hospital Jacksonville, Absolutely Fresh separately has been attacked by

ef have returned from a vlsi her home In Atlanta, after a enjoying a stay at the Thomas were week-end gueusts of Miss Martin County bondholders., During Y

Bradenton. months visit here with her sister, cottage at Kingsley Lake. Brownlee's parents Mr. and Mrs July It is expected that three- -

Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. J. M. Brownlee at Kingsley Lake federal courts will decide the

Ir.and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, BARGAINS IN judge constitutionality of these and sew c

a E. Brownlee, spent ,Fri- Mrs. S. P.. Vandivlere and son, Owen of St. Augustine,' spent the Mrs. Phillip F.; Maguire and era! other acts of 1039. Chain tax FOR PROMPT AND ,

r la Jacksonville. Pitner, and Miss ,Madge Middleton week-end here with Mrs. Griffin's adughter Sue Darby, of Orlando, SHOESFor headed there and state supreme COURTEOUS'SERVI'J!.:

spent the past ten days with son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and and Mrs. George ''Vw Marks and court both. *

i.M. L. Sosse is having a new friends In Augusta Ga. Mrs. E. L. Biggs. They were accompanied daughter, Marjorie of DeLand are '

i added to the lower floor off home by Mrs. Biggs spending some time at Kingsley THE WHOLE COST OF GOVERNMENT THE NEW DEAL

residence on Cherry Street; Mr. and ,Mrs. Robert Wells of and daughter Dotty Sue, who are Lake with Mrs. Magulre's and the fiscal year 1033-34 cost of operating .
Florida's units, w.
Jacksonville, spent the week-end their guests for several days. Mrs.Marks parents, Mr and Mrs. FAMILYEVERY political to SERVICE STA.
down
|Mr and Mrs. H. C. Bitch and at KIngsley Lake guests of Mr. A. M. Darby. from state government .

and Mrs. C. A. Knight spent and Mrs. Nat Sternberg. DAY IS BARGAIN taxing districts amounted to $04, Hubert E.!: Price '

i Fourth at Daytona. Beach.., Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand DAY ATSTUMP'S 665,471. Receipts for the fiscal r d

Mr. and Mrs., Tolbert Black of NAT SEZ: tJ[ Mrs. G. H. Meadle, spent Sun- year ran $00,487,407. This latter ya
Include THAT GOOD GULF P PIt's
does not gasoline, GAS
|I Hln Frances Wbeatley of Wa- Gainesville, were. here last week day In Brunswick, Ga., where they figure .
and other
Is spending the,week here visiting Mrs.. Black's parents, Mr. When I war a little boy (many attended the funeral of a relative. cigarette, Income, liquor

i her aunt, Miss Nora Bias. and Mrs. T.'N.. Kendrick.' years ago) the Fourth of July was I taxes paid to the federal gov
Mrs. Tommy Lane and Mrs. C, ernment. Expenditures for state
my favorite holiday. I
got more
|Kn. Wm. Mrw. B. W. Beasiey: and little son, of purposes were $21, 80,123.82; for
Mrs.: Sam Anderson has returned kick out of
i Gainesville were visitors here Patronize counties, $37.289,563.57 and for swimming time
ba
were visitors Jackson* from a visit in Rome Ga., and shooting fire.crackers *
> but Wednesday afternoon' was accompanied Home by her on Tuesday afternoon. 'A Home IndustryWhen cities, $35,708,783. Per capita cost
80.00. AND THAT MlCAN.4FERMANENT
--- --- of government figured $ A
mother Mrs. J. F. Burton. that day than'
The Baker Products Co.,.of Orlando Foregoing data was compiled by a
Hrs.James Godbold, of Jacksonm most of these Yon Buy Our Brand, WAVE

\ spent several days last week Mrs. Leroy Roane and son, of hunters get on are manufacturing high Roll or Pastry You Are Absolutely special tax and public debt com-
11& her sister Mrs. S. Dowl- grade wines from Florida;, grapefruit mittee under the direction of State Permanent Waves
S. Jacksonville are enjoying a visit the opening Sure It Is Fresh. No -
,and oranges.6661I. Auditor Bryan Willis., Expenditures
at Klngsley Lake with her broth- day of hunting Chance of Getting a Stale since 1023 the committee reports :$1.95
r
er-in-law and sister, Judge. and season and Product.
Kra. have grown in excess of population -
Arthur Copeland of West Mrs: 'A. Z. Adklns. that's saying a estimated income
or
i Beach is here ,visiting her whole lot.
STARKE HOMESTEAD/ TESTS With
-,, Mr. and Mrs. W.' M. ,Ed- As I get alongIn !' LEILA'SBEAUTY
it
BAKERY the legislature put of the way, .
I find
years begins to look as If homestead liability SHOP ;,.

Yin Hope Haynes of,Gaines-- that I am be- the : for debt service will finallybe 1
ginning to be bored< by very
decided. The matter would b, .
1. LIQUID TABI.KII: Tonic and -
spent the week-end here with that used to give me a '
things .,uv 0B i cleared quickly If all taxing
'parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. ,J I IYves. that this FourthI KOIB Laxative up
thrill so I think ..... J. L. SIMMONS' units took the position of such
I am going to buy mesa bunch of 'Jacksonville's Leading Hotel cities as Tampa. Fort Lauderdale MEET THE: CROWD

Intends torpedoes. Roman candles and Starke Fla.Plumbing and Cocoa. This trio has refused
of Mrs. T.S. Williams skyrockets and get childish again. .
to.levy on homes for debts until _t.- tG
glad<1 to see her home again a. And that reminds me that schoolis '
er the courts have, ruled that they
being confined ,to St. Vln- starting In the country again;
And must. This position' will likely
U Hospital, Jacksonville, sew we have the clothes for the kids.OVERALLS &* .
tfeff7ra\ speed up litigation that has been The
> weeks Spotlight
recuperating from a ''aStands' Electrical Contractor strung along until after the legislature

g I I l4 & got out of the way. Extension -

of homestead benefits, Include
mam Expert Work single persons and thoss LARGE GLASS BEER, oo t#,

59c 2wBl; without 'dependents was grantedby
PLATE LUNCH with Large
Other Grades I .r Quick Service.PAINTING the legislature, but contrary to G'- Beer .....___._: Ma '
COLUMN U 79c and $1SHIRTS ., r ,>, 'v reports, the joint resolution to vote ". ;
.
THE SEMINOLE this extension Into the constitution a

RENT-July 1 tailed of passage in the house after
to Sept. .1- for tile JACKSON\1LLE.JFLORIDA
ed the senate had acted favorably. TORODE
apartment. Two boo CII\8. P. OKINKR, ManagerA wl'
living' Regardless of the outcome of actions '
.
kitchen. room Write, dining. Box' room'634.: r best: in travel. ., Blue Chambray-Well Made human home-like Institution1' INTERIOR OR. EXTERIOR to establish liability of existIng Chevrolet Co.

e, or where you will find your Individual homes, legal opinion generally,
apply this office. .TUs. nd.nuik .M bee stall .* sad a i iI 50c comfort and entertainment DONE: BY DAY ORCONTRACTED' agrees that homes built after exemption F
C Al.LINa I rtuiiiU Mufcu Ines'IsmllUr IT-_-......' a matterof ...
written Into the constitution -
was
CARDS;any sirs, .... ......... Ova
for 110. $UO for 100. ...... faf the NslIII! "' great Import. will be exempt from taxes -
Mono-
atatlonery 100'sheets I a ......-'el ......* Florida with be ChildrenSHOES I ance.! OM Furniture Made Like for existing bonds. This point it
100 i ...... achedoles.fkiMBhnite service New.CALVIN SALES AND SERVICE
envelopes X steel fireproof building locatedIn need before new
2.15. however, settling
Bradford ,
surf humlee .
... .. tocmlMl IscUlltee.
T'lerrapb,. Phone as.tt ..-. ee ie.rlsbls bases has and. IbbWay ; I All Sizes the heart of,.the city. JOHNSP. construction In Florida hits Its We have specially trained L1

.. .d .. wltb ''Combination stride. mechanics and equipment ta .
WANTED pnl sr w.v bv.Lou I' $1. Every Room
for Rawieigl kessd., STATE TREASURY LOW_According give yon the best service eb>
lassie ,
Bath.Radio, Electric
In Parker Tub and Shower 0. Box 837: .
I talnabte.I
Duva1' Nassau i.4 for to Comptroller Lee the
Slat Door
Uea .80 Celling Fan. Florida
and Starke. JACKSONVILLE Starke, ,
lei Write today 4.7W Summer Ventilation, ComfortableBeds state finished up !Its fiscal year PHONE HI ,.
Co _.___. ::1.80 Extra QualityDRESSES
? ? Dept AG-223-SB, TAMPA J i :, with Mattresses of Inner June 30, with only half a million
Ph Tenn.MdIUon ,ST. PETERSBURG,L15 6JW and Individual -..._- .-. ._ .-
LAKE CITY ....J-: 2.." Spring Construction on hand, and a possible deficit
:1.80 4.1'0'' For Girls Reading Lamp. ahead. Meanwhile, dozens of new
-Lot ': I ,
2, Blk ORLANDO -
Starke. GO 32. J36.6Brokere LAKELAND.2.60, 4.88 9&Peter's RATES HOUR: POLKA SHOULD jobs have been filled and the state PERSONALSTATIONERY
acres. KNOW UIIAT TOURISTS
6.80 ". has thousands A ;
___ : payroll jumped many -
protected. ,MIAMI _- with Private Bath KNOW
315 T3rd 1.10 *.05Smith' .79 Room
of dollar.
baoklyn Liquor revenue
N. LEESBURO -r
y, 6215t.Ii fj.00-Muffle
That will help some but dealers had, reduced
BALEiba. Service Station 89 Rooms with Private Bath stocks. far before Printed In Large Variety '
as
as -
-Porto Rico Potato. SHOES'For fZJO: -Single possible of Inks and Type lit,".(
0o$1 thousand T. D o-W Di1RDEN'SRESTAURANT the stamp tax went Into effect No Extra. Cost fl.23
per PHONE I Girls and Boys 40 Room with Private Balk a
't.U:2t: : fS.00-Htogto June 26. Printing revenue stamps Box.
$1.29 and other cost connected with c
Oi11C : with Private Bath SER OUR .KAMILEUBradford
2* ROOM
rthI.SUPPLIES:: : : putting law Into effect will absorb .
T7Pewr1t.
...-........ &se-SUgla I
Iddlng( machine I1bbou. ( IT PAYS TO BUTT'AT- I $ i first roundup of tax on existing County
paper, t'peWJ1ter. 10 Sample Room with Private stocks. Getting out forms to '

IIIIchlne paper. eecoad fir' .- STERNBERG'S S Bath ___..-._ N.0IngNsuairrINCREASE Is The Bent Plato In Town launch gross receipts tax law. and Telegraph

oWe at UIe" Bradford .FOB To EAT: 'employment of addlUonal help is PHON' .M.

,I'.1 Telerraph office.,.Phone_ [;'I' : MOTor; ,Starke, Florida DOUBLE OCCUPANCY" i ,also an_expensive item that prom- -

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,.A OB FOITIV BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA_ _. .. _FRIDAY. Jt'l.y 4
._ .1
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Ba). begin mo., O. r).____ 11B.26 Bal end -
Miss Powell And Mr. Wood Daily Vacation Bible SchoolsTo NOTICE Receipt durlng-month ___ I.... month _, ". -
And Pine Tar Oil'and Benzol will be Warrant during month __ Bal begin monV"Receipts JII toy
Wed At Lovely Home Be Held By'Baptist distributed free to stock owners of B4al. end month O. I). ____ 101.81 / during month 1

I-'f3ocictfJ CeremonyOne Methodist Churches Bradford County);] at the court Rat begin mo.Dlst., O Np.r.IT____ 110 69 BaL Warrants end month during month 1 Ii I

of the prettiest home wed. Daily Vacation Bible School house In Starke,, Saturday, July Receipts during month .__ 12.76 I hereby oertlY III' I
the Come and bottles Warrants during month __ Ins that the
will simultaneously at 6th. bring your statement "
ding: of the season was the wed open Bal. end mo.,. O. D. _______ 7.87Dlst. the beginning ehawhtg bala.:
Baptist and Methodist Churches N. T. Green, County Supervisor.JVOTICK the month and III the
No. 18
ding Saturday night of Miss Martha herein it end
Monday morning:, July 8th at 8:30: BaL begin ma. O O. ____ 60814 of the receipt and w. r.
Powell of Mr ua'eon4N'
daughter The schools will be held for children OF KLKCTIOW Receipts. during month __ 68.19 durlng said month '
George. Flynn, and Glenn Wood,, By the power vested In them the Warrant during month __ the record of my c"rr "Ponj
Sub-Deb Club BennettWeeksOf on of Mr. and Mr. Arthur Wood, between the ages of four and rt.mrd of Public Instruction of Brad. BaL end mo. U. D. ...__4 (06.96 true and correct to the otflee' te:
sixteen. Each school will be di- ford County Florida hereby call an Interest sad Slaking Fond knowledge and h"Uot. b'ol .,
Elects New OfficersThe interest to many persons in which took place at eight o'clockat lection I to b* h. A, 18 Dlst. No. JI fy that the following 1 al.' .
this the Flynn residence in the vlded into four departments: Be at the City Hall In'r.1t".a:Florida/ : BaL begin month __._ (29 68 County Dopoeltorlex. I. a 1101.oil
f, Sub-Deb Club held a bus. vicinity was the quiet marriage presence of ton immediate ginner Primary, Junior and Inter Mpec-lal Tax School District No.".6 ofBradfo..d Receipts during month-- ___ 222.28 balance !In each at flee eboal i .
family
miss meeting at the home of Mis of Miss Murla Eloise Weeks mediate. Instructive courses In County for the purpose of Warrant duringmonth __ month '
and a few intimate friends of the electing1 three trustee and flxln. BaL end month _______ (61.86 amount of laecurltystfurnl.py,
Frances Peek on East Madison to George Kimbel Bennett on bride, the Bible study, Handwork, Bible stor the mlllag for the ensuing two nl... No. a -- each such

'{ Street Monday afternoon, at which June 20 at the parsonage of the ceremony being performed lee and Character Building; will hoe yea. Bal begin month _______ 1,8819 amount of Inter?., D"J'or and'
by the Rev. C. B. nf holdingcall during said
Price For the purpose Receipts during month 286.62 month by eMl 11
time officers were elected for the Trinity Methodist Church in Mia- offered. Each there will .r each
morning election the following\ are appointed posttory on lal4
pastor of the First Baptist Church. Warrant during month 540.00 account
h' ,ensuing mi. The was performedby a. managersR.. A. Griffin, A. HHa.ley or tlm deposit daily La
year. ceremony The be a thirty minute supervised play BaL end month ____..,_ 1,631.71
iIF Miss Hair was elect the Rev. R. Z. Tyler pastor of large livingand dining period. A similar amount of time J. T. Reddish, and James Dlst. No. e November my hand this.
Margaret rooms of this home' opened en- Rosier, Clerk. Bal. begin month ___._.. .,au.18 1938. 10th eat
' ed president Miss Frances Peek the church in' the presence of a suite were elaborately decorated will be used in teaching songs. W C. Manning, A.Jrprltfls. Scy Receipts during month _. 111.78 A. J.County.
a Vice-President Miss Katie Fu few intimate friends. Rev. C. B. Price, pastor of the Warrant during month .. ORIFFIs
with table and floor baskets of orchid -7-5t-T-J. lIupert"!......
) gate Secretary Miss Edna Pearce, The bride's dress was of powder dahlias and pink roses. The Baptist Church and Rev., B. M

,.Terasurer Miss Ulliam Stump, blue silk crepe with wnich she Improvised arch arranged in the Montgomery, pastor of the Metb "orNTY AITPHNIVTHlVnHNT'tlMONTHLY FINANCIAL UTATHIHRMT -

n'' Reporter and Misses Hazel MId.dleton wore white accessories Miss odlat Church, will direct the school OP COUNTY SCHOOL FUNDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS
living under
room, which the
tt, and Kitty Hogsed a* sponjors. Weeks was born in Starke and lived stood during the ceremony couple In their respective churches. They February Bradford, 1934Oeneral County. for the month of our Many Years Experience Hakes It Possible
for
here until about three years ago banked will be assisted by a faculty of SVhool F.Md. V* to n..*.
was with
r dahlias roses teachers'enlisted from the various Rah begin. month _______ 1.181.99R.o.lpt. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SER\1C1;
k Many interesting plans were I and fern a color motif of orchid during* month..*.. 184786 MODERATE PRICES
discussed for the coming year and several prospective members were and pink being carried out In de departments of the Sunday School. Warrant durIng month __ 1'.418.45 DeWITT C.
f voted tail. These The D.' V. B. S., Schools will be 3al. end month .--_-__- 0,331.1l JONES COMPANY
upon.A beautiful decorations ..rl.l Tux School DIserlet STARKE. FLORIDA
conducted for weeks 8th
two
refreshment course was served were under the supervision of Mrs. July Fund laclndlB Goaded dlntrlcte
through' 19th classes meeting Il.t. No. 1
the) guests by Miss Peek assisted L. O. Powell, aunt of the bride. Bat begin mo, O D. _?__ 84.211
' by Miss Margaret Hair. Miss Mary Canova, cousin of the Monday through Friday of each Receipt. during month .,>.,.
RITZ THEATRESTARKE bride, played the music week from 8:30rtfro: to 11:00: a. m.: Warrant. during month ...
I Members present werer wedding each morning. Bal. end month O D._.___ ''U.2e
and Miss Pqwell was given In mar nut. 1'1... 2
Elizabeth Hair
.. Craig/ Margaret riage by her step-father. George I The BaptlsJ. ,and Methodist *al.. begin mo. O D .?,-_ t 611.78tecelptfl
V Katie Fugate. Edna Pearce and Churches meld a. Dally vacation dtirrng month ..__ I ON A
PROGRAM Lillian Stump. B. Flynn. She bad as her only attendant Warrant during; month 88.20(
. 1 Miss Lillian Sternbergr as Bible School jointly last year and Bnl end month O D. .__ 768.74
BEGINNING FRIDAY courses were'taught in the Bradford 131.1. No. 3lal.
FLOURPLAIN
1 maid of honor. and Blllv Powell.
o
.._ _
r beg-In month -?- 1,1103
brother of the bride, acted as best County High School building.The iecelpt during month ___ 001.83
k FRIDAY JULY 5TII.! combined attendance was 127 Warrant duringmonth .. 184,80<

"Private Worldi"y JULY man.Mis's It is hoped that the two schools Hal end month _______?... 1,14064 OR SELF 1t1SiG3DAi'f1,610
Powell married III.t. No. 4
was
la a will exceed this number this year. lal. .begin. month __-_?_ 187.11Receipts 6-Ibs. Sk. 12-lbs. Sk. 24-Ib. Sk. 4g.
Claudette Colbert tailored navy' blue traveling suit, At the close of this school both during month _-... t.68 ib
Joan Bennett Charles Boyer SPECIALS with accessories to match, and her Warrant duringmonth __ 23c 43c 83c $1.65
flowers church groups"will enjoy a picnic Bal. end month .______,___ 12984 WNEREEc0NOMY RULES
ntth were a shoulder corsage of together. !)!.'. Na.lal 8
SATURDAY, JULY 6TH. white asters. Miss Sternberg and begin mo. ____---___* 1706]
Miss All parents are requested to encourage Receipts. duringmonth ...._ 88.88
'Neath Arizona Canova each
r' wore pink spectators their children to attend Warrants during1 month -_ 79.Of SCOCO Finest 'Shol'tAnJngCOMPOUND :

GUARANTEED suits, and their corsages of thes. Bal. end month _...-_--_. ISO.1'

John Wayne Skies-Sheila Terry PERMANENT were of pink and orchid asten. one ecboole.. Ral. begin month DI... No.____1.,... 108.11R..elpta 2 Ibs. bulk 25c

Immediately after the ceremony Circles Meet At during month _- 1.07

{ SUN.-MON.., July'' '7lh and 8th- $1.95 the young couplo left on a short Kingsley Lake Bal.Warrant end month during; month-_____-_-. 209.78 IONA BRAND-Delicious SALADGRANDMOTHER'S
wedding trip and are at 13158.
now home ... 8
"Under the Pampas to their friends at the residence of At their delightful summer cot nnl. begin mo, O. D. ..___ 36071
Mr. Wood's Receipt during month__.. ...87I DRESSING Jar
at
Moon"Warner parents. tage Kingsley Lake Mrs. O., H. month Qt. 25c

Baxter Hot Oil Shampoo, The bride, a popular member cf Ileadle and daughter, Airs 'C. H. I Bal rean"J"mct"u.I'::; Ov D. _.:. ntg:

h the Starke younger set was graduated Nasworthy, were-' co-hoafesaes ui.t. NO. ie ---. ___ _.
Kettt GalllanTUE8.WED. Finger Wave and lal. begin month ____.__ 184." -
from Bradford High School Monday afternoon: ..to"' both circlesof Receipt. during month __. 10474 -Freeh. Plain or Sliced

at the close of the the Woman's : So- Warrant during month < J -OZ. ROLLS
past term. She Missionary *
or
July 9tb 10th Manicure 90c '
.____ Bal end month .tL__..,_. 289.18 BREAD,
"Murder On.'AHoneymoon" possesses a charming and lovable ciety of the .Methodist Church. DI.t. No. 11 Scl 5
personality which has Pink other R lal. begin mo, O D 17691tecelpt 14-OZ. BREAD
r Shampoo Finger won. .for her crepe myttle.and .summer duringmonttr'ir----- : _
63 17
a host of friends. flowers, arranged In wall vases Warrant during month ;.. SILVER BROOK--Prlnt or A.t'P-Fan Tub --

s Edna May Oliver Wave, Facial and Mr. Wood also attended Bradford and bowls added a note of bright BaL end month O D."(._... 11374

,Jiunea Glewson High School and now holds a color to the rooms. lal. Dist. No.. 13 BUTTER
begin 0. 96
Arch $1.25 mo. D. -> 328 Lb. 29c
_____. __ position here with the FERA and Mrs. W. E.. Mlddleton president Receipt. during month ._., 66.46

:TiURS.-FRI. July 11 A 12th. Facial Arch both have a host of friends who of the Society conducted the devotional Warrant. during1 month ..- .
Bal end month O' D. -.*-.. 262.61UlrJt. '.
'HOOSIER are glad their marriage will not service using for her subject No. 15 SULTANA-SIOOTH. RICHPEANUT
r Manicure $1.00FacialArch take them elsewhere to reside. extracts from "The Upper Hal? begin mo., O. D.___'_- 37409
4 SCHOOLMASTER'Charlotte --1"" ... Receipt. during. months 63.\92
Room, a book: for daily medita Warrant. during month ... BUTTER

a Norman Foster Henry ___ 75c Miss Patsy Ruth Wainwright tion. Mrs.. J. ,W. White gave an I BeL. end month Diet.O.Nf D._143aL __-_... 311.07 ,

(New Materials has returned to her home in Jack Interesting talk on "Our Schools begin mo, O D. ...._ 10182
h3' (DOMING ) sonville after a visit here with her In Korea" and"Mrs. A. Wood tolda Receipts during month _- 169.41 17c
DAER-BRADDOCK 1-lb.jar 33c
Warrants _. 2-lb.jar
during1 month 16 00
\FIGHT PICTURES also BEHIND grandparents Mr. and Mrs N. D. forceful story entitled "When Bal. end month _____.-..__ 41.69Dint.
THE GREEN LIGHTS, LEILA'S Walnwright, Sr. Custom Binds" This story wasa X.. ITlal.
begin mo, O D. ____ 97.87
Mldnlta Show Saturday July graphic description of marriedlife I
Receipts during month __ 11.110I
1" 13th. 11:00 P. M. when she moved with her mother in Korea.. CABBAGE Va. Gr
BEAUTY SALON I Warrant during; month._ Trimmed 3 Ibs lOc
I the, late Mrs. :Mary McBeattt/ Sunshine bags were opened and Bal. end month O. D.__-._ 86.37Illat. ,
Weeks, to Miami. She I, N... 18 LETTUCE
has numbers found{o contain the sum of $14.60, Ral. begin mo. O. D. -- (06.96 Lge, Fancy Head; 2 for 15c
of.friends here who wish her 'used Receipt durlnR'month. 273 84 ''
which will
be "to local
defray -
Joy |n her married life. 'Warrant during mpntu.u, ... APPLES Fancy William/a/. Red 2 Ibs. 15c
,
ley to 'Sl_
p* *** '. r Mr Bennett expenses. Bal. end month. O. X> 8331tatere.f..dSi.kiY l ,
; "from
was originally It.was decided that! the society : Fault CELERY
Our Dreams Come True Philadelphia Pa., but has lived In r.- Ilat.wNO. a Fancy lk. 12/2c
: would{take a vacation: until the Bat begin, mo ; ._ 81.8.
Florida for -- --
a number of years Hais .__ CARROTS Fresh
thlr4 Monday In September at Receipt during month 7.94 Bunch 2 For 15c
{ employed in the.
Robert
Warrant during1 month
Clay
Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. ,Bennett which time there would J>e a business Bal. end month -..___-...?., 869.80l ONIONS Texas Bermuda
Lb. 5c
are meeting a\\.'the church. III.l '. Nav 8 .
,It at home to their friends at the Verona Bal. begin month __...._w. 1.681.'U
1 Apartment. The hostesses!!, assisted by Mrs. Receipt. during- month.,,.. 86.91 BANANAS 4Lbs. For 15c
A NICE STORE L. A. Davis and Mrs. Sam Anderson Warrant during month... .

Bal. end month .__..____ 1,717.62
served
refreshing Juice,
1, IN A GOOD TOWN I L grape ,
If. DIM. No. e
Fruit salad and individual : .EVAP. MILK White House 3 tall 18c |
't cakes. Bal begin month :____,_n<- I.UII.81 .cans
AMONG THE BEST NOTICE When the good-byes were said it Warrant Itecelpt during during month month.._.. SB.'IS HELLMAN'S or BEST FOODSMAYONNAISE '

W PEOPLE IN THE was a "Tip-Top"agreed that time.every one had had BaU end .month DI...j.-NO...__.ia.._, f..4n.01l ,8-oz. Jar 15c

.. Bal begin t ._... '
month
; WORLD. 1,096.13 :
Those present were: MesdamesA. Receipt during month '_-. 68.92: WESSON OIL Pt. can 21c Qt. Can 39c
AGAIN'WE ,We wish to announce the Z. Adklns. E. K. Perryman, Miriam Warrant during month ::.,
THANK I Bat .._ COLD STREAM'PINK'SALMON I
'end month 1.184.24
., 'sale'of the Bradford Klckllter, H. W. Waits, C. L. I I --, ---
hereby certify that the forego '
L', THE PEOPLE OF Hardware Company to Stockwell W..E$Middle ton. E. S. ing1 statement showing balance. at Tall Can lOc |

a : '. BRADFORD COUNTY Air. J. B. Carlisle who Matthews H. B. McLendon, W, the the month beginning herein and above at the stated ending and of FANCY !Y i

O. Halle B. M. Montgomery, Maria ; of the receipt. and warrant l issued
25c
haa the ASPARAGUS
managed store TIPS 2 Picnic |
FOR' MAKING K. Hull, J. P. Warren' A. H. duringald month, correspond with cans
In Starke since Its the record of my office, and I Is true
open-, L.. RAJAH
1' : Green D. Gieen L. A. Davis and correct to the beet of' my
OUR"SUCCESS'POS.
'' Ing. A. F. Sauls A. Wood F. H.'Long knowledge and bMef. ,1, also certify .SAND\VICH"SPREAD., ,/z-Pt. jar 12c I
that the following- I* ft Hat of all
SIBLE. J.:W, White Sam Anderson O L.:
fount DepOBltotle, mowing the
We are very grateful for Haynes ,W. A. Bessant,'Jr.; J. F, balance'In each at the close of the MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Lb. 29c
Colley. J. H. A. W.. month herein first elated, and tb.amount' *
Rltch, Red
the patronage we have of security. furnished by JELL-O 3 '17c
had from the citizens of grave, Misses Florence Wood Hazel each said Depository on account 01cu..nt Packages

COME AND SEE US AT OUR NEW STORE :Bradford County and Middleton, Olive Ray Amy Co- .. dally .balance or. time deposit GRAPE NUT FLAKES 2 Pkgs. 19c

bum, and Mrs. '.J. F. Burton of, Witness my hand this let day'of ,
''hope they'' will continueto Ga.Entertain. December 1938.
Rome CALUMET BAK. POWDER Ib. 22c
a IN THE GREEN BLDG.-NEXT TO THE A. J.. OR1FFIS ., can
support ,the store un- County ,
Superlnt.nd.nt.C'01'NTY

:* COURT HOUSE. der its new ownership. At ridge .UPRR.NTII1NDII1N..S i, POST TOASTIES,, 2 Pkgs.,. 17c

t e Mr. and Mrs. T.. T. Long entertained MONTHLY Or COUNTY FINANCIAL SCHOOL H'FATK.MMMT FUNDS. Jell-o Ice Cream Powder, '3 pkgs. 25c

three tables of bridge players Bradford County for .the month
Friday evening at their new of. January. 1934. iONATOMATOES.
Baird Hdw. .
GASSETT HARDWARE COMPANY Co. OBml School ...** .
home complimenting Mrs. H. Morgan Bal. begin month ...,__-.,. 1,864.74 2 No.2 Cans 15c
Richard a recent bride and Receipt duringmonth 691.68
I C. A. POUND Pres.. Miss Ruby Kllpatrlck. bride-elect Warrant during month *:. 977 43 WINNER*ROCK GROUND
Bal. end month .' ..,-.,.._ .1.966.V9
of Troy AIL Special. Tax SckMl DlstrlrtFund GRITS 5 Pounds 15C
Bowls and vases of beautiful iBrlndlBK ....de 01.'. No. 1 SUNNYFIELD!: FANCY SLICED
pink radiance rose were used aa Bal.' begin mo., O. D..L- '4 SI
? decorations in the living room Receipts during1 month....- 10.06 BREAKFAST BACON Lb.. 43cj5c

fE'a where,.the' ,bri.... ta.bl.s:Were'ar Warrant Bal.i end month.during 0.month D.._'.u L. $.... IONA With Pork and Tomato Sauce
s Fr7vIziI 1 1GIA ranged. After several progressions .. .. Kilo a
i y of L:brld 4.*ltlsa Hazel\Mld Bal. begin. ,*0.. O. O --'.v67t27\ PORK & BEANS 16oz.. can
1'<'.. Receipt during month .wjr 16.99
'. dleton and H. Morgan Richard Warrant during month .- 36 60 IOWA .. _
<1\ holders of ladle and men''high BaL end, month. O. D., u-;; ,,(91.78Di.t. SPAGHETTI 5c |
N. a 15oz.. can
Terms II!
II score respectively, were each pre- Bal. begin. month ___._.. 133.(7
tented a gift Mrs., Richard and Receipt during month.-.,, 4.I6 77

III 11 :Miss Kilpatrick were each presented Bal Warrant,.and month during_month_......i..___.....: 1110.11 179.81 SPECIAL! GRANDMOTHER'S, Fresh'Delicious ]
with a daintily embroidered Dl.,. N. 4 '
linen guest townl. Rah begin. month _..__ 127.11. TOASTED COCONUT CAKE
Receipt during month ._
,,ON.. THESE BEAUTIFUL Mrs. Long served a salad course Warrant during month.... ,
to the following guests: Bal K. end month ,*____ .._- 187.11 SLAYERS
e KEROSENE OP. : Dl... No. S 39J
t, M' Mr. and Mrs. D. P.. Carpenter,1''RaL begin month _-_...__4 128(( ('vs Pounds), Each
; GRATED= EER Mr. and Mrs. H. (X Brown. Mr and i Receipt during month ....: 62.41
I Warrants during; month 10.S' toze
Mrs."
Morgan Richard. Mr. and Bal.'."" month .....__?- 170 61
'. Mrs.. L. D. Vlning. Misses Hazel III.'. NO. r VICTORIA
MIddleton .Bal. b.-=In. mo __ ___..-, .. 196.38
and Ruby ,Kllpatrlck Receipt during,Month i..... 1241Warrant Jar I5e
t ELECTROLUX and.Eugene L. Matthews.Mrs. during; month ..*. MUSTARD Qt.
\ I .. BaL end month ?-_.. ... 20871
d1cL.endon DUt. No. e
H. B. ,
\ 1 spentTuesday flat begin mo., O D. ---.... 361 44 I
t REFRIGERATORS at Atlantic Beach where Receipt during month... ,.69 IONA-IMITATION
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she was a At Warrant during month ...
guest a luncheon '
given
BaL end mo.. 0. D. ..___.. 38073
by Mrs. Lorenzo Baldwin of DI.'. *.. 1. PRESERVES 12oz.jar lOc
fCOSTS'ONLY sy CENTS .t Jacksonville and Mrs. Matt Law Bal. begin month _..___. 17e." '
A DAY TO ENJOY THIS hK10Dlup ''IOn. Receipt during month 8 33
4 of Birmingham; Ala. 'Severalof
Warrant during month . -
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,MODERN CITY REFRIOUERATION : TOO Mrs. McLeadoh-s, former college BaL end month.._?.-_,-- 18444 WEBSTER'S! EARLY.JUNE!: :
/ a Dlstt Ho. 11
c : TUB HOUSEWIFE classmates *"re'auo guests. BaL begin mo., a D .....-*. 19646

SA YII.! : Receipt during month .- 16.64Warrants PEAS' 10c |
: NOTICE during month _. Nojfan
For The registration* books of the gal end mo. IX D. ..,,_-._ 111.91R..L _
-J
.Cali At Trlopuono OffioeE Dlst. '.. 11 --
r lQh City of Starke will be open for the hegln! mo? O P. ,, .. SILOS TOILET SOAP

registration of .;electors from Receipt during month _, (..84Werrant

-, A. Bishop Thursday July 11 to Saturday Bal. end*month during a month 1>. ...?.. 8U." 'LUX 3 Cakes.19c

August 10.1933,.Inclusive., Di... No. IS ., .
JOHNS.Re&1etratlcm Bal. begin n>o.. O.' D. .....- S.8.17Receipts .
STARKE. FLA.r CARL during month. .._" :34 08 '
officer, Warrants during month THE GREAT ATLANTIC *PACIFIC TEA COMPANi
.n 'aty ofSUrke Ral.. end .......DatT. OkDf Aw'2s-.._ ..71.05" I '- has c' ;., ." "" q. :. ,':" .1 .4 _4' .



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''91.00 59 C 5 for.., lOc It lasts through the' '
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. u ) : ASSORTMENT"" OF LAYER CAKES __._-- 13th: of July.UBBY'S ; ;
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A 12 Ibs. 24 Ibs.73c. IIAHD HEAD!
POTTED MEAT 4 cans 15c FLOUR61bs. LETTUCE 6c

39c
users
TRIPE No; 2 can 17c ; BANANAS, 4 Ibs. 13c .

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UBBY'S IRISH

CORNED BEEF, can 15c BUTTER Real Brookfield'Fresh lb. 27 c Cream Brookfield CHEESE 15cCIGARETTES PnS' POTATOES 10 Lbs. 1Oc Y',
UBBY'S VIENNA sf11IS1CTSAOSAGE.
.3 cans 25c POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c
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SHIFTS PREMIUMHOT lie
TAMALES, lb cn 17W Old GoldsPkg.. ONIONS 3Lbs. lOc I +

,WHITE RIBBON COMPOUND I

KELLOGO'S CORNFLAKES 2 for f 15e LARD lb. lOc P. & G. SOAP SALE ,f

KEIXOGG'S Giant Bar, 5c; Med. Ivory Soap,Bar 6c

ffHEATKRISPIES 2forKELLOGG'3 25e TIP TOP MARKET 1 BAH LAVA SOAP '* Ilta
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'" ,, 9kg.; all f for 25c: ""
Bologna, Lb. . : 4 f l
PEP BRAN FLAKES 2 f for 25e Ie CHlPS03for25eIvotyFiakespkg&EU.OOG'S ; 6c

Large Franks,Lb. .,; I / CRISCO Special SLb.can 59c '
RICEKRISPIES 2 for"" '. '25e Ha.Round Steak Lb. ;
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2 CAMAY TOILET SOAP,3 bars 14c

fRESH PEACHES GEORGIA HILT BELLE 3 Pounds lOc Smo. Sausage,Lb. DREFT 2 Pkgs.For 16c

Hamburger, Lb. ..' '

PI USBURYS BIST FLOUR 1 Brisket Stew, Lb. e' 1 e Save the' COUPONS \''" .,;i i'28c II LB8. 1t"' !'

6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS ''h
Ba I lard'sOBELISK '
Rib Steak, Lb. : 4
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32a 59c $1,15 \ 2

--- Chuck Roast,Lb. . FLOUR ';
FLDUR.55c.
TOMATOES 3 No.2 cans 25c Pork Sausage, Lb. r. ; ttmmilmrtl...*...-for fl ir nr ; ;;:

PORK&BEANS Can 31 e e GRITS 10 Pounds.. 29c
. L H. Cheese, Lb.. ."'.- mifl
, MEAL 1 10 Pounds 24c
ASPARAGUS 1 Lb. Can 15e
Beef Liver, Lb. . j j BROOMS 5-Slringheavy' 35c |
GARDEN PEAS 2 No.2 Cans 25e
Weiners, Lb . SWEET .PICKLES Quart 15c 1, _
,CARYIZED[' SALT 'Round .2f f for 15C Lb Can : m}: _
TUNA FISH K- 15c '
RIB STEW Lb.. . GRAPE JUICE_ .. Pint .___...._ --_ ISc _
9 ? ;
l I'/rLbPkg' ,. 3for f 10C C PEANUT BUTTER Pound __.______::;_. 19c ,
NECK BONES,Lb. SALAD SPREAD Quart .__ 25c _
5 Lbs.ICE CREAM SALT lOC SYRUP" Gallon .? .' ==:::::: 49c _
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ICE CREAM POWDER, 3 for _____25c _MILK I TaU can Del 1 Monte PINEAPPLE. No.' 2 can 17c,

* LIELLOORB ____ 6c APPLE BUTTER QT. 15c. SUGAR DEL MONTE PEAS,No.22 can _._____ 19c
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CORY FL\KE8 BARTLETT PEARS, No. 2 can ..._ 17c
POSJTOASTIES .. ..._ 2ScfALtSfET *
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BAKING POWDER, Pound Can.._23c SALMON PINK. lOc DEL PEACHES: MONTR!: No.2/ _Can _____ 22c,

ctMBIRLAND COFFEE!: ,'2"Pkg..._____--____......_ 2Sc Cloth'. 5 .Ib' 25c\ DEL SPINACH MONTR. No. 2/" l Can ...____,.._ 17c. w
25:BEST : SUGAR Bags S.' CORN, No.2 Can ..,.. ...., .;.....:...,,17c. A ?
GREEN COFFEE, Lb.....__4--5: ..11zc w,.
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ROYAL A ORED r.,'
POSTtTM,'4-oz. .29cLIPTON'S TIP TOP.' '' SALMON, tall 20c tI .

GROCERY GELATINE ijiui00tie
""'"'"' Grape"Nuts, pkg 19c TEA ARGO.UOAH
3 Pkg' .,. 19c PEAS,No.2 can 17c uI ,
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Qo 1 Post Bran pkg I2l/2c 1-4 Lb -- 23 CBAIUCB"S v7
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GET GIASS'mEE EAVTfFIJL C. H. Nasworthy Yeast Cakes,Ea......:3c SAUCE,Can 7c Lb.
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FARMERS SECTIONConducted SPUDS-JOHNSON I ILetter Box, LIVE STATE NEWSNews


by Demonstration Agents HEALTH CONDITIONS IN June 24, 1933. of Florida in Short Paragraphs

RURAL AREAS IN NEED I I Dear Editor: I
OF MUCH IMPROVEMENT To the traducers the rellgioi

( JI :: J.-.d it-__ .L1"" I e -- lof Jesus, G. K. Chesterton replied -- __ _u 1.1II.. "
Rural people of Florida' do not "It Is not'a fahlre-because it has -

into the skin "especially on the pay enough attention to their never been tried.;' May we not in laiW ARREST TRUCK MEN!: STONE RESIGNS

..t Hints To Housewives neck.It. beoltb. That Indictment WM made all fairness, give the same answerto TALLAHASSEE Gov. SholtZ TALLAHASSEE u 11 u s F.
in radio talk by Dr. F. the severe critics of prohibition ,
recently a
will be better to wear an adjacent said he had been Informed that
Jr. has Florida
A. Brink of the State Board of TWe Stone resigned as
color. For the sallowskinned several "for hire' trucks from
Weekly from Home Demonstration person the related durr orange Health. He says that In far too admit that at the present W. Florida had been stopped in Virginia Relief Administrator and Conrad

Specialist! Tallahassee and red-orange are preferable to many Instances the rural people C. T.U. la espousing an unpopular and the drivers arrested for II Van Hynlng state welfare commissioner -

yellow; these colors blend with the adopt an attitude of indifference cause but its Interest in reform: not obtaining licenses in that was named to succeed
COLOR AND COMPLEXION yellowness of the skin and yet Introduce towards health matters. Even Is as great today as In the years State. him in the new arrangement of

+ Complexions vary greatly. The the desirable note of red. when shown method of sanitation when a few noble women launched combined state and federal relief

basic color Is generally orange If. however your skin has a sufficient and health protection, they do not' their Temperance Crusade, a movement operations. Stone said he would
use them. that wrought incalculable DENIES HE IS DEAD!: remain in the state for another riprr. nrr
amount of warm color yellows -
,t' but it may awing to A yelloworange ,
or oven to yellow or it may may be worn. Such an attitude is short sighted good to many whose lives were being TALLAHASSEE Questionedabout that month or. longer as re-organlza- +ro.Trnit u high
to direction to of skin extravagant and contributesvery ruined by the liquor traffic. a report from Marianna tlon consultant to assist in transferrtng alai ter!
lA tend the opposite In the case a very pale had Justice Rivers Bu- a! t ha
and' red-violet. largely to the unfortunate Never was the need .of W. C. T. he died. 'federal ,relief,activities to Watch
Z red-orange, red you can Introduce color into the Court eetlsss
Complexions vary according to the cheeks by wearing a pink rose condition 'In which many people U.'i 'acUvity..o great as at this ford of the Supreme replied: the new State Welfare board and I ay lead to
the llvest
find themselves, Dr Brink. time and 'with God's help the dr. "Just tell them that I'rh the works administration
a degree in which these different color, or red which reflects color says new prgress -
Good health has a monetary as ganization is moving on to the accomplishment cracker they ever saw. I know the latter federal fuse Indlgertlon i
M$ hues are evident. The skin for example Into the cheeks by wearing a pink a agency sdeed gtia
the I
false minute
in which yellow and rose color or red which reflects well as physical value and it goes of the great purposes the report" was a tr
yelloW'j without saying; that ruralitea as which underlie It. heard it. D
W orange Is moat prominent color into the face. _
salow skin. The skin in which red well urbanites should strive to Charles Dickens did not hesltate yBEAUTICIAN .rresesst N.rvi.. T.6Lt t
I It should be noted that skins DECLINES FOR MAYTALLAHASSEEA M one in a half
orange red or red-violet Is evident vary in the quality of their text attain Exxxl health and hold fast to use his"talents In protest BOARD decrease of _
especially In the cheeks, Is to It against the >evils of the English TALLAHASSEE w''' Mrs. Carl I
ure the very smooth skins and the .eeaz.d
1,695,204
rt referred to as a ruddy skin There coarser-grained skins, the former "A few years ago the State, workhouses _-ao-called schools Noble of Jacksonville Mias' :Mary gallons in the in gasoline consumption .
are various Intermediate colorings having much more power to reflect Board of Health selected twenty of his day. .Thackeray held the I A. Patton of Tampa, and Miss EvaA. state during Mayas Dr. Miles' Kerrme 1.i Is
between these complexions when color than the latter. Even when counties In which hookworm disease mirror up to nature in Vanity Fair Lowther of'West Palm Beach/: compared to April was reported SB twe fat.TJ

rs. the color Is too much emphasized the skin has little ability to reflect and malaria were major prob- showing the hypocrisy and pre- were appointed by Governor Sholtz by the comptroller's office. May taw i wv.see+ Table t 8ot1

+t'' Our present problem is to discover color It is possible to emphasize a lems. Two humble homes were selected tense prevalent In the society ot as members of the state beauticians consumption was 20,443,077.9 gallons same. soothing drag .
M eat
with
tax
ar the colors which will tend to bring face color by repeating it In the in each of these counties for his times. These men reformers board created by the 1933 431.013.47.. : : collections of $1- yew its,,

out the red In the skin and to sub costume. The repetition of a colorIn free demonstrations of the con- in the truest sense of the word legislature to regulate the opera- April consumption was M I L.ES'
due the yellow and also to subdue the dress or hat will emphasize struction of sanitary privies and of are known the world over; their tion of beauty. parlors in Florida. 22,098,281.3 of gallons, with tax collections r

ji red when too pronounced. the color in the face. When the mosquito-proofing the house," he conforming contemporaries have ..-. I in $1,336,879.70. Consumption -

To wear a color which repeats color Is very intense the color m relates. "The attendance at these long since been consigned to obliv- LOVE IS BLINDMIAMI 431,089 gallons May and 1934 tax: : ,collections was 18- NERVINETArtt.ETS

the dominant color In the akin will the face is neutralized. This is a demonstrations was poor, the results ion., ,.;-Love, a state of "emo- for'' that month totaled 1.290,0- >
c emphasize that color in the face. good rule to remember. unsatisfactory. A few of the We read dally accounts of crime tional: intoxication" affects the 173.96.:

t For example If a very sallow-skin .-- householders themselves appreci- and its punishment brought'abou : vision, the. American Optometric
ned person wears yellow the akin Common sense In working animals ated the Improvements to. their by the sale and use of liquor; of' Association has learned. Further

.will seem more sallow This happens water every hour and all the properties, cared for them and planned traps and temptations laid more said Dr. T. A. Brombach of
lu for two reasons. First, the salt the animals want will save used them but many others allowed to entice the youth of our country. San Francisco "It upsets the

F area of yellow Is Increased and workstock from beat prostrations them to deteriorate. Printers' Ink a leading national chemistry, of the human organ- For Expert
RepairingSmith's
thus made more pronounced. Second during hot weather;says the Horse "Would you lock 'up the new advertising journal says the am." A 'person'so affected may
y the color Is actually reflected and Mule Association of Ameilca. car in the garage and go to town following concerning the' present do many foolish things," he said. ,

Intensive liquor sales plan: "Not --
even enthusiasm and certainly not FLYING FIREMENTALLAHASEE..Flytng!:

good business judgment can justify firemen GaragePhone

LET US MAKE YOUR a frame of mind that conceivesand may patrol the, new Everglades -
1 enacts' an.("assault" upon the fire control district in South

market of non-drinkers. An assault Florida. Guy'Bender, ot. Belle 120,
is 101 act at violence. Inevi- Glade, named chief of the district
VACATION TRIP SAFER tably It brings on reprisal. AnJ said he was considering purchaseof
public ill-will is a terrible kick- an airplane to make trips daily Wrecker Service Day or NightOh

back." over the vast area. 1: The, plane

c Very truly.Publicity would be equipped with emergency .

(BEFORE JOU'.tare on your holiday a1p -Recent tests or a leading University show that Chairman .fire fighting equipment.'
W. C,, T. U. -.rte --
y'' Pare Non-Skid Tires .
car.There < service quicker than any other of the leading_k_ Sources: National Voice, May 16 dear)
I'm.
is oo charge for this and it will 1933: Union 18 1933. JANITOR IN TROUBLETALLAHASSEE J. & P. COATS
; Signal May ,
assure you of a safer and more enjoyable trip. For.!,hi consecutive years Firestone Tires have -Chas.. Slaughter o waysmaking:
been the winning in the Pike's .
on car dangerous best 6-cord thread
;I For the convenience and safety of cur Peak Race where a skid mean death.' TAG FORCES CUT employed as a janitor by the embarrassing breaks)
house of representatives. ;was returned -
would
TALLAHASSEE The State have
owners Firestone has established more than sewed you
Auto and Service "Are they blotvoutproofT'Firestone Motor Vehicle Commission has an- here by Sheriff Frank
JOO Stores
Supply
through 2 Stoutamire from Fort on for life'30t'these'
Ga
nounced Valley, ,
out the country, and thousands of Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires have the moot discharge of thirty-four
$ anuilng records for blowout-proof of tire to face a charge of grand larceny:!
3 Dealers also with being any employees, describing the. lay-off
inconneetlon with theft of two fan
w
Indian as the "annual ,reduction of force
; caused and two typewriters from the v
the decrease in
,
by tag
Departments to test and service your tires. equipped with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires.Not one house. Slaughter is held ,in' the
sales the Summer months.
brakes batteries, spark plugs, lq addition* l of the33: driver*had tire trouble/e y-klni ""14. during ( Leon County jaIL

4 to power lubrication and crank case service.Ab Jenkins drove 1.1115.000 pound car on Firestone EXEMPTION{, SUIT '; .i .
Gum-Dipped Tim over the beds of Utah,
MIAMI A test'sult to determine AUTO FATALITIESJACKSONVILLEDade
-
3.00O miles, averaging 127.2 mile per
: AVOID THE DANGER ruble
whether homesteads sub- Count
I high. 120", without tire of are
'' OF BLOWOUTS any rr" ject to taxation for retirement of ty, with twenty-nine deaths result-
bonds Issued after ratification of ing from automobile accidents, led
Firestone removes the danger of blowouts 3 "Without1 sacrificing' ?these,.two the Florida homestead exemption the state during the first four ci- J

by preventing their main cause-internal important safety features will they give amendment has been filed in Cir months of the year. Director Stew-
l friction and Beau This is accomplished by me longer mileage, thus'making them the cuit court here Mrs., Bernice T. art G. Thompson of the Bureau of ,

Gum-Dipping. most economical tires I can buy?" Fleming, homestead owner, asked Vital Statistics said Duval 'was JUST

High Speed Tires not only you the county commission and county second with twenty-six deaths, and ANY '
THERE ARE THREE QUESTIONS AND morr than 50%longer wear, but also lowest cat per tax assessor to be enjoined from HillBborough third with twenty- THREAD

ANSWERS THAT WILL SOLVE YOUR mile.owners unequaled evident.of the longer carrying out tile announced plan three.' No automobile deaths were ,
of car add undisputed of of making a levy for bonds regardless reported from twenty-three of
PROBLEM OF WHAT TIRES TO BUY
and of
wear greater economy Firestone High Speed
of,the d.te.f delivery Florida's. sixty-seven counties.
4 Tire. .. _
"""'--
-- -
"Will the tread give me the
greatest
1 traction& and Equip! I your car with I a set of Firestone GumDippedNonSkld GIFT FO& SCHOOL DOPE PEDDLERS -
protection_ against Tires, the safest tires"" ever built and avoid GAINESVILLE incomplet- JACKSONVILLEFour'Jack, -
r:. e.dddinar the danger of skidding. and blowouts.- ed Hotel Kelly building In Gainesville sonvWe taxicab, drivers 'were

a' tenstoryremnant of,the charged in warrants ,with violating '

sip real estate boom in Florida, would the Florida uniform narcotics ee

' al tUnlvealryteiri ,, house only.honWkietrucuonai. units act. Joseph M. Bransky. agent In
High + ,
of the t1JIivef\lltk' Florida in the d
of,the Jacksonville offices
,( |Speed Tire Hop con charge 1
event"It W accepted by the state
19roS5qvlckor2GemDipped of the federal narcotics bureau,
F
k as gift from Alachua County and said the drivers obtained narcotics e'I
the city of Gainesville as announced
u from various drug stores by giving
1 cords ,by_J.,T.Diamond secretary false names and addresses. .Then, .- '
blowout r the board of control It was revealed he said they sold it,to addicts at .a
today by Gainesville chamberof large profit. V 'VIr
isnot wed In other lire '
t commerce, officials. e ,

RECOVER.SHORTAGE FORT CHANGES HANDS
ST. ,AUGUSTINE-Historic Ft.
MIAMI. Dade and the
County
.
s State of, Florida*'recovered ,from Marlon, whose ,stonework servedas .' ,
$665 s s
Wider,fatterfreadgives 6.seat 5t.t 4O5 Indemnity Insurance ComPAnyof this ancient city's fortification

, mere than 50% i 'f''North America 01,000 of the : nearly four centuries 'ago, has
t longer non-skid wear. passed Into the hands of the Na-
$119,000 shortage charged to Robert
"" KnwTnosuaTTft SLIFIELI TYPE $IITIRtLTIPI CSSIIITTUd Simpson former county tional Park Service for supervisionand '

G rAi rd ; collector plus interest. The money management. Maintained for
C...1.. th.u .
more than twenty by,the St.
tom' G"Airet R..l as.... Pl..t.a. represented part of a $150,000 suit years
u .yl I'w.' w.w..nr' tiled In the oama. of Governor Dave Augustine Historical Society,'and

.ad "... .... Sholts last,weelfc citing the aUegedshorta Institute of Science the fort has 0NEWSPAPER

W HIGH SFIIC.k Cr.J .Suave* .ibSrn, .4. had .5 SC. sln.eq.e. ,..:MKf', flag,*, the bonding been visited by many thousands ofFlorida's
n f< f"saw MlaNwl.tawt -- ee .q Winter tourists.., !'
Urn* to "" company a a fejvflv lone on Simpson's .1_.
,
aatdle..1 ea. a..rta.. tI,., I. .... .w.t+\JoNo a.1a. .. .
*,/ TT'Esed wira ba.d ee e..a'e Hal. P, .... .a- '" : surety.: :;,: '. NEW LAWSTALLAHASSEE THIS
,aNef.Naw,. a..a+... .
In the old ox tar!?" asks Dr. Brink The last of
Made with the highest i 1 .H a.e$ e 14141e,7at1 e' 4.4e tt' In drawing' c'omparlson between the major laws with a few exceptions .ONE FULL: YEAR

gradeofrubb.rand.olton. s s. r+.1e e.L au-is e.e.l asa-le ssedl.as. methods and sanitation,, facilities passed by the 1935 legislature .
sae aJ ae t ae..te e.m.tea ,
Accurately b.laaced.and ,..,s... .a.. Ir available and those in use in.many were effective at' midnight GQOuP A ( HOOSE
rigidly inspected and we Mw ...e,I. n.eeea.we tae rrew..a,. case., j __ '- Sunday' as the state turns Into_""l anew

l.. know U ls as perfect as Touching on nalaria,'Wbl h' he fiscal year.? Full operation of oMccALLISMACAZINIYr. : ; 1d .,......m:

human Ingenuity can says la a considerable problem at some,notably,occupational license .Pictorial. Review ,.......I Y,.< B.w..w ....,.. '. ,
Y make It. some times and m some sections of and gross,receipts tax law MYSTERY (Detect***, ..IVr.' ,,0 :...-'. f.r-, ........, y
y BATTERIESAs I SPAIK'PLIII MAKE ;LIRIRC Florida. Dr., Brink suggests that: which provides July 1 as its effective letter_ Card....I Vr. C Ir.gr piM F1rwa .....2,1Ys.ci Yrs.
etl7e e. home HOME MAGAZINE ,...1Vr.' H.w Cirb. .......... ;
S : := the should' be screened to date, Is restrained by.-court .Iy
.
e.7$4*, ..a.... .aaFH.o...... ..... Lew As ALowA. Sport Afield .......t..I Vr. M.c""" "'" '
aat' keep out mosquitoes. This is Injunctions but others moved unhampered Tbs.F .... ,lYr.
s.afu ..,. II 1.nMD ...,. o NEW MOVIE ,.........IVr. aw ,Journal. .IY'
.....11 Se7. a.-Ivan ...... 'E..las.r. .$ 30 something which can be done by Into operation. Injunctions Pathfinder (Weekly) ...,IYr.TOWEH .' T" C..1fF ... ,:
,ra ..... II." ........D.7 5 555 ..... the Individual family. Drainingand in the occupational.license RADIO ,......IVr.. Malsr's Hllllle :, ....,1 yr..
ti ,, ........ t...,
sew- .- < other work fo keep mosquitoes law. however, applied only to firms Coed Stria-Yr. SwtMrts ArkMart' ... ,, y;
SERENADE (Roraee.Yr.. I c..tIew ,1
from breeding. Ia. community which, obtained them In court ;, :
problem. D Open Road (l1aY.1),.....2Yn. S.cceuM f.rwing..i.. yri' .
Medical carejmore effective 'isolation DENIES STATEMENTTALLAHASSEE..Gov.: .0 Needlecraft" ..** ,.*>.*.1 Tf_ ', "- ., .........

,' sanitary meaaures. and immunization Sholts I '',CA.c< i'Iftguintt thus (.i, Check i .....ai tbu (d
a -- r Yr bav reduced the death and members of the state prison! .
c 4 I rate from typhoid and diphtheriaIn pardon board vigorously denied .aoPAGE ...... ,..__J I. .-.r--...

1Nq Florida to a'very.low point he statements by James Larue In Chi MAIL !THIS ?COUPON NOVVI I

says.. Smallpox has,scarcely beenseen cago that he was promised a par- _
for the last"" four years.'The ., don after serving twelve months I tutus t.me.wulu.daMd. sad_ IYr'r
.' value of immunization of if; he would return to the state 7.a._ nn w..wswwr ur.

the annual health examination,' of prison system from, which he escaped .. ....
Limn M th Yeicr FinawN-/erisg Md rrN S $*ws.-vwgMad y aigbr, N.dtWig WN.asn1 adequate dental.service has been 'while serving a five-year ore e..a.-I.M -._. ...Y.' ---..'-.- ..-"aw'-.

4 clearly demonstrated" says Dr. sentence. "Certainly no such promise ..,..-.... ..W-____.II
Brink In conclusion. 'The automobile ,feas been made, said Geveri rs. _-$ .rttrAOr '
and 'telephone have placed nor Sholts.. The; pardon board .

NEW DEAL SERVICE STATION 1 these in easy reach of everyone.Let does not commit itself In advance '. ctrl'LP..' -
the rural areas again become and would not make such a promise -

; known' aa healthful. places tit which ) In.this'case. or !many,. other lousy Aug eta

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CBURCII DmEOTORYKII slyly. "Have you got one of her tibly Sherry tried to regain a hold this. week-end.

1I.\FTISr CHURCH shoes?" on his will power by essaying a "It's a surprise" she was In- 1 dl r
t r
't C. P. price, rtttor o MORE LADI Sherry's regret was apparent ache meaningless': Joke. Evasion could formed. ,

Ikr. S c MollO o'clock a. m.. felt through the pockets of his always be used' as a last resort "t Fanny sniffed "It certainly Is." ''tar"( ,

alley SupttjIngSVorehip o U. "I'm afraid I haven't. What wonder where I urn." Edgar laughed long and loud. ? n ,

Thom88 11 a. U.p. : was the size?" "Maybe you're In the Bar." She I "Your husband thought he could I 4
A.ETUOMAS'
11 6:4:1: : p. m. /em rb..y.f.yiy \ "Ho's a marvelous dog" Edgar moved up close to him and he slip It over on me by telling me 4

Worship 8 p. m. ';rootled. "Name's Rover. Maybeyuu caught the heavy fragrance of her 1 wasn't wanted but-ha, ha ha,.
\.tJlog! herB r.leetlog, Wednell- Andre t. BEATRICE: FADErX.GOlDWYR'MAYErX.. know him." perfume felt the silken softness of I fooled him. Say can you imagine (, t- V
B Te&C her hair. how sore he'U be?" ; t ;
'METP. "Rover? No. I don't think no. purple-black f '

d 7.30.week Prayer.serviceW.d, FI; I e>. u ". What's his first name?" "No." He smiled vapidly still "But Edgar" Marcia protested, } I I"nobody's

a,8p.c: "That's funny." Edgar carefully gamely fighting. "I don't think coming. It's going tobe ,

_' ,' (SYNOPSIS Manta Townsend asked subtly n ter go-If I'm going to make that balanced his chin on on. hand so." .very dun" s"
i
&iothOCU ChurchMontgomery: Uvea with her modern minded "NowellShe rose suddenly train. using the other to aid the difficult i "Shall we look?" Her eyes Held "Where I am It's never dull. And y \ ;

Fastot. grandmother, Fanny Townsend, in as astonished ,to find herself' feat. "I don't think he has any his besides a couple of days In thecouutry } i 4I
t1f'1IM., "Well It's been nice to have met ,
m.mDI a Park Avenue penthouse She Is talking like this to a strange man first name." His chin slipped "I "I don't think It will do any ought to do me a lot of 'j"
Scbool-1011 Terese
said
day you feigning indiffer >
\ *. m. In love with Sherry Warren, New "Hey. wait a minute/ Sherry ence. Then she leaned forward wonder where Terese la," he said good. he said groping for the good."

o p.rlh League-tIllS p.'m..' York's handsomest'; heartbreaker. called to her fleeing figure. "How with a quick feline movement"There's darkly door with frantic eyes. Fanny sighed heavily "Heaven 1i Ii

lor Worshlp-8:00 p. m., But; Just when Fanny has pemiaded about seeing you? Cocktails sometime a nice little bar across the "Well now look Edgar" Sherry "I'll take a chance" Hookingher only knows what you'll do to the r { :

00 are invited to all thee'eervrresbyterlen : Sherry to go to Europe so that ?" street. began shamefacedly, 111 confess arm through his Teresa turned country though... Perhaps you'd 1 1A' ,

Marcia may forget him, Sherry : "I'd love to-except that we're something to you.:. toward the door that led to the better have Connecticut covered j. '' I,

propose marriage. Marcia accepts I leaving for New York this after- Sherry nodded. "That's right, "I knew It, you rat" Edgar bar.Sherry's with a tent." ,
; ; I Joe William's bar. But couldn'tditch
; we
Church with the mutual understandingthat I noon. So long." shrieked last feeble-protest was Edgar crossed his fingers with ) -
Minister they will expect nothing of i Edgar, could we? He held barely a whisper "I really oughtto : %,
George H. Lowry. Sherry stared after her curious out his hand. "Well "No. Sherry smiled with childlike grave precision. "Mrs. Townsend. } 'j V' tab'
v. goodbye. '
.00 I.-Sabbath SchooL their marriage but a heart-rending ly. candour. "rll confess- to you go Connecticut and I are like that. ? '1 ". ,,4''' ,,
;: a M.-Morolng Worship; flop) I' "No," Terese repeated slowly, that there was a moment this aft "Yes. I know." Come on, Rover."
oo A. "Why the frown my lord?" "We couldn't ditch EdgaBut ernoon when I was tempted. Not He looked at her, fascinated.The h't
pastor.
strident of
the There was the cry
0/1/ by Marcia asked as she joined him. they make a marvelous sidecar three words 'Yes I know '
Christian ,
DI.-Junlor E* Chapter FiveA of course that I could have taken "All aboard. They hurried off to ,;. '+
.30 p. He Jerked about guiltily 'Hel- across the street," her away from you," he assured sang through his brain like .the the train." ;

30 o'p- m.;Evening? Worship. SMALL WORLDThe lo.Maybe Darling.It was because Was I I frowning wondered T "Yes Indeed" Sherry said po- Edgar deprecatingly' "but she's a Song of the Siren. "Sherry may have gotten on already .

lltely.. '"Goodbye.' darned attractive girl and-well, They walked to tne bar.
Florida sun had risen high where were." ," Marcia said with one last ,
First ChrlHtlun. Church over the heavens. ,It streamed you Reaching the Mn* t he steppedto anyhow rm glad nothing came of The clock at the Grand Central backward look. '
..
T. McGuire Pastor through the windows of the hotel "She was a very pretty girl the curb. Two taxicabs Ignored It. Station was Just pointing five '
OT. W. Marcia said, poking gentle fun at him with minutes six. A consist Dinner was well over when the
School 10 a m. suite.where Sherry and Marcia his signal The salt of his thumb Edgar was watching past group, } r
Ibis ., him. "Who Is she?". teemed to demand I his immediate unconcealed suspicion. "You aren'tkidding ing of Marcia Fanny with' Pekinese telephone rang filling the quiet r
11 a. m. ,. ** were stopping.
muulon house 'with Its clamor Marcla'avoice
o 7 "She says her name Is Sally attention. He bit let thoughtf ully. meT"Sherry and the maid Jaquette !
m.yer ,
p.
Endeavor:
bristlaD "MarclaSherry called Into the I was barely audible to Ed&arand 4 ,
his hands and stood under It. a ,
Wednesday 7:30: French and I suppose she knows Then with a decisive step Restarted spread .patiently waiting. I
meeting bedroom. "A wire from who the
Fanny. were In living
Fanny
He rubbed his chin. "She Is pretty. toward Joek William's bar. opened his eyes cullele8llly.'"Would Edgar, willing himself to appear' .
Congratulations on our first anniversary. Isn't she?" I tell you this?" sober; lurched I p. soenUngly room. p
reaching Second Sunday 11 a. I !' He walked to I "Ye* of course," she was p
sayIng
suppose. "Yes.'" She took a swift breath. Chapter Six Edgar digested his words In si- dragged along by a huge English II
aod8p.1I1. the door and surveyed her admiringly "I will not torture myself every lence. Then he extended his hand sheep dog o. na le\sh. Its coat was evenly. "Goodnight Sherry. '

Baptist Church as she struggled. Into her time you look at a pretty girl. A Reformed Character In open friendship. "No old manI gorgeously combed and brushed. Of course not. I wouldn't" give It y

Bowwood bathing suit: The door was closedIn Especially if she's not too pretty. -- don't think you would. I apolo The only visible part,, of Its face another thought. 'Bye. ,
Hemingway Pastor: his face. "It's against the law I She walked In the living room.
T. I. 0. Her mouth smiled on him'' gener I Somewhat hesitantly Sherry gize for my suspicions was a red tongue.
rices every Sunday. Bible For a wife to lock her husband out ously.. "Have cocktails with her seated himself at the bar. "A sido- "Good hunting." Sherry called "Hello\ Edgar." Marcia nodded "Well?" Fanny asked. _

dy 10:19: a. m. Services at 3:30: of her bedroom." he yowled. In loud I tomorrow" car-no, a scotch and soda," he or- after him as he left. to him while her eyes searched the "He's afraid that he wont be

lock In afternoon. complaint. i "Certainly not dered. "Thanks.. crowd restlessly able to get" here until tomorrow i

The door was opened with a "And why 'certainly not?' ; The proprietor bustled up. "Good; Shaking with mirth Sherry'fin- "Hello.\ The sheepdog sprangfor afternoon. he askedquerulously (i'"What's 'r

ETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH rush and Marcia hurled herself Into I "She's leaving this afternoon." : afternoon Mr. Warren." shed his drink, paid his bill and the cowering Peklneee. "Rov doing Fanny

ReV. L. Bonnley.. Pastor his arms. I Marcia giggled. "That's too bad." "Good afternoon Joe." Sherry walked to the door. But In the er-quiet." "why Is he staying la s
town T""ne
fe rvlcea every first Sunday. Sherry poked an exploring finger "Anyhow I don't want to have stole a look at the door. hall he was confronted by Teresa Fanny eyed the dog askance, has to take care of a drunk.. ''l

unday School 2:30: p. m. over her shoulder blades until cocktails with her. Bore me to "Expecting someone?" lerself. you sure the collar Is on the "
and Prayer Service* It had found his favorite death asserted virtuously. "Hello," she said<< gaily end of that beast? What are en friend.
beauty- Sherry
Ible Study "No. On my way to the train" I" "Who?" Edgar asked with interest
He tried to edge past her with- doing here anyway?
ry Saturday night. spot He then proceeded to kiss Some months later Sherry back Unaccountably he' had suddenly

her! soundly and with fervour. Re- : In New York walked arm In arm decided that this was true He feltas out seeming too much like a boor. Producing a toothbrush from hIs Marcla's eyes sm 0 u IderoJ.

_
If he had miraculously escaped 'c u "You.

a mishap Glancing at the door '' ,(Marcia U now aware that Sherry .
'ii
SOB JONES again he saw Edgar stamping in ) I. wandering. Will she try to

1 furiously. win him backf How will she 1'1)'

Comments On Here "Well where is she?" about It. Don't mina next Wft\\"'* si''

exciting Installment)
"Where is who?
And Hereafter
'
: "Now don.tgive me that. h'- 'NOTicm .
!I Where's Teresa -V.L rt d'" y' I Notice 'In h..rby rlvitn; to aU er*(1- ti
_
unto Z will 'his drink inno a ___ ked uY ,o, tor* of Wllllxni M'l3vr, d..d.. 1,
'Him that cometh me Sherry sipped r to present th.lr rlnlmN to the
DO wise cast out. Those-won- cently. "Isn't she with you?" .. __ <1.......n.d; within eight( month .unt' 'A'ti ,"
will b burred by toow.I .
'
date or cam *
words fell from the lips of "She's gone Edgar was almost Debtor of pall estate' may pay ,' rpanic 9
Lord! For two thousand year. screaming with rage. "And doggone I to undarHlNfiivit: : udmlnlMtrMor.W. 4

Ie have been coming, to HimHe it you took .her." I 1.t1.4t.7-.il I.. MeElvtr. Administrator. .

never has cast out anybody i Sherry looked him squarely In

people young people, good the eye. "Edgar'I didn't. I NOTICE MAII'rIi1U'1it,U hereby sable given' thai under h t
k. bad people, all sorts of peo- "Well who did?" I and, by virtue or a final Decree '

bave been coming; to. Him. << "I don't know' ''An Injured look .... i Ii I.y I I'j b'orecloiHir the. Hannrnhl. mad A,and Z. rendered Adelns, j

.
are no hopeless cases If'you ,i' *9.'( a came over his face;I"How can you I' Jude o( the Circuit Court ot the
think I'd do such a thing." 1 gttth Judicial, Circuit of Florida. In ;
them to Jesus. All cases '
jet f wry :","' .\' $ Ii,," and fur Bradford' County In Chan-'
hopeless away from:\ Jesus.. "ff ( l, "How can I thinkEdgar ': i leery, dated June 14th. late In that Yp;{
; "
Ft it no name given under choked over the' ,words. "You ve certain. call** therein lately pnndInff -
? ( EVdernl L.pd 'Jr
between The
,
yea! among. njen.:.wherebyj.wfj 1 "Darling, It's a lovely afternoon -' been doing It since 7'Was five years F -I Hank of Ciilumlilu, Plaintiff, and J. '
be saved but the name of.,Je I old." .., I 10., Adkln and wlfs-.t a I., Defend ri
\ ;- d here,"he said "Don't yon "Well, I've ref ;:med...' Sherry Hiitu, the unaernlned' who Mimter was
therein appointed a* Hpeclal }
'$ '*' syo' think we'd better. stay In?" glanced at his watch. "How about Shr.rry'i lust feeble pro- In Chancery, to .....ut. the earn ?
1 1August
coming out to the country with us ldl{ l teat Whim barely u. whbtp+r. will on, Monday inriug the ;;flth day of
the legalhours
1016. <
Tarn not Interested in doer
I : tonight? Oh no--that's right you of before the Cuurt
: It's with Edgar into the Castillo Ban hl really ought to go. enle.
I am Interested In Chris- ed at her craftily, "Darling, a
a I can't. Marcia and I are havlnr nweekend } House door, In Hturke. Florida, nell ,' '
n experience." That I. ,:what i lovely &fternoon-here." he. said Edgar peered around the room : coming to th* highest and bent bidder, forfaun
alone. Fanny's .
then turned to Sherry diffidently. the following denurlbod fundssituate
KnUter said In a pulpit noi long slowly. ,"Don't.you think perhaps brandished It triumphantly Hradfurtl
; this far with though-and perhaps "I m taking a train.' pocket Edgar lylnw and bang In
'That! statement sounds I her for' a moment he lookwe'd "Thanks for coming '' Mad- County, Florida to-wlu ,
very leasing Edgar shook his head surlly. "Yes, I know, she said, her "My credentials
until better In?" Marcia me. See you Monday Th. 81(, of th. NKW 'of Section
H As stay
you analyze ,, a words. I'm a housrguest"Fanny's
"Sorry. I've got a date. I mean I smile refuting her am. 11, Township 0 Uiuitb, Range SO
t of fact.all Christian xper i melted In his embrace. Sherry glanced at his watch. had a date. Where do you suppose Sherry fought with himself. mouth thinned down toa Meet oontnlnlns BO acr... more Y
depends upon the doctrine of with discordant "Marcia: said she'd probably make) looking for pencil line. "What lucky home In or !I.... The BWVi of the NWVof
I.. The telephone l rang she went? Sudden inspiration "Well-uh-Edgar was of Mention 11, Townelxlp t South d''
atonement This doesn't meant shrillness. "It's Fanny!" Mar. the six-ten. I've got Iota of time struck him. "Maybe she s been you." entertaining you?" ,ltans >0 East, containing, 4d
man has to understand the Cia cried. for a drink." He noticed Edgar's. kidnapped. I wouldn't put It past Teersa carefully placed her In- Edgar bowed and chuckled glee acr... nmre or .1.) .e, ,
nt to have 'a Christian ex- dis perturbed silence "Say you aren't buttonhole of "Yours he said turning to with the ip urtene.nre.. Raid, dale'
Sherry rustled the telegram her." He sprung Into activity. "I'll dex finger In the top fully. to b* mad pursuant to said Dee .
ence, but the Bible states 'ex- consolately. "This wire must have by any chance trying to get rid get my dogs ,He can track her his coat. "And I'M looking for Marcia., cr* to *atl.fy the earn and come. R RE.

Itly that without the shedding walked here," of me." Edgar's assurances were down. I'll have hint small one of YOU" I Involuntarily she started with Ai Hpeulal. K.Mater VnICRYMAN In Chancery.SllBtTl .

Mood there is no. remission. :Marcia wa talking into the telephone piteously transparent. She rry her shoes." He looked at'Sherry Feeling himself weaken percep dismay "Ours? But Edgar-not '.

* the Bible is true, then the babbling excitedly.' Sherry shook a finger at him "Now you're r d.

*atoa! of the soul depend. up. nibbled at her.ear. She turned to worrying about some girl. I knowI

;!lie blood atonement which JeQirlat him. "Mr.:Warren; ," she said with used to."
.
made on the Cross.: The affectionatyseverlty "Will you ga A young woman, strikingly brunette to-ilwit ,1i
h
*.t teaches, clearly that, the down to,'the beach: order me a walked up to them and with- *
*> of Jesus Christ was' .substl- lemonade-and sit and guard it?" out preliminary began to berate ". ,

and vicarious.He took 'Sherry marched Indignantly to Edgar. "Well. Its about time she

place. He died on', our:";act the door. 'Ir go," he, Intoned and scolded him. rye been waiting half g

.. He bore our, *ln .In';His disappeared., an hour." :

V on the Cross. That Is plain- /A few minutes later he was sitting Edgar flushed with embarrass tjtt'
>taught In '' hello Terese., Think of ., r
Scrlpture.- All the at a table under a beach umbrella ment. "Oh
'llie: doctrines have a practical when he was startled at meeting you here. Well good by.

Since Christ laid down His being suddenly Joined by a young Sherry" he said hurriedly, "Havea

for us, then according to the slimly attractive girl.. nice week-end."

'* we should lay dowry our lives A waiter set down two lemon Teresa for the first time. Included -

7 tie brethren. Since,, He>,bore ades. The. girl: picked 'one up. Sherry In her gaze." "How' ,fir ..,, Pi.'fca' 4
'Her
cross, we should take'up our "Hello." do you ""do Mr. Warren?

and follow' Him since..He' ."Uh-helb" smile was consciously alluring.

.obedient unto death, we'shoulli "I heard you were down here." "Why, hello--how are you?" hahowered ,TEST ITS POWER AND ECONOMY, AND SAFITY,

,obedient unto Him. Since He ,"What's suddenly remembering a t+,
coming again and may 'com. She sipped Too from. the glass. chance encounter In a night club."Wouldn't KNU-ACTION COMFORT AND STABILITY. LIARN j jii'

V time, we should be my name you know It?" Edgar s / ,
nlm! and lookingfor Sherry started. "Don't you THAT BALANCID MOTORING IS UTTER MOTORING A:
should keep our lamps know?" A- shake of her head said bitterly. "
. ell and burning.: mind "It's a small world isn't It? j- I$
s "Strange-W. slipped my .i
to be Sherry gibed at him. ....-.., Your Chevrolet dealer cordially Invites you to, dWew'' ,
JiJ/$ He wa. beginning
There are' '29,600,760 famUIei: amused'Maybe too. If,' we. sort of "Won't you Join us11 The Invitation .. : the new Master De' Lute Chevrolet without '''any'* ,
ni -
united States of which x0,- went over your past life we'd re. was Inward Tere.amusement. ..- Sherry t obligation! He wants you to learn all about this car how much' I, '_
With
Cotta.000 are native white. 0,700.000 I member. is Sally' noticed Edgar quail before this e more tmoothfy It rides .how much mere perfectly It combine power },

born and 2800.700 negro. French.She gurgled." "My name prospect. y k with economy,peed with safety gliding comfort with road stability*' a:

"rOf course." Sherry settled back, I A waiter now approached There'sa the t t and haw much IIION> 6.Ioncellt 11. b. aU"a.1 l 8M hIaa act[ e-

completely at a loss He searchedhis latter. "Oh call Mr.-this Holden.way." Withan drive the new Master De Luxe Chevrolet-taiayl .fCBEVMOTJCT f i'b
telephone r
f mind for some clue-some reminder. -!
backward glance Edgar MICHIGAN i
agonized MOTOR COMPANY.: DETROIT
had meant exactly -
.'.Her name CHEVROLET .
, nothing. "Of course," he rapeatedly left. O.KIH niiiiln'.fc: ....../.,..mivC.UU.C.Im*. A ft*Ml tUun FMU t

. blankly. "Edgar head can't that seem I'm trying to get to It steal out ; ale I g.e..e -.., ;c
"You know." Sally said "I think of his laughed. i_7Y C-zt Sherry'
the rye heard about you are' his girl. _
things
true. You're a :very bad man." 1 Terese looked at him quizzically." Her lids ALL DURING JULY
...._ 1.i.Axx11ITY'p.l! groaned. "Tell me the "Has Edgar got a girl? CHEVROLETPSVU4M
Sherry
"' you remember -
don't suppose
1
!' .: dropped.
worst What did WE do?
V. ley. n. ... "WE didn't do anything. You seewe've losing your cigarette came (
Jl ld Cs toa"vad. f' when I was playing the
Moe fan never met. He haJf-rose one night :.. MWmriSBMSM
andgetting
club--
,.. "You banjo at the Cascades
,.... aUr then settled back resignedly. It back with a note In It M
!, see I was at a ball and in our par- ui1 v;
"
from me? % g'y,
of
ty was an old flame yours. stirred uncomfortably. a
his headJ dizilly.rAbsolutely Sherry
shook t ;
Sherry Although I sup ''f
Yes. tee
tAllaatl
NRR
nothing. "Why yes le/aMll
I remember "
.
It would be better If I didn't.
Bronsonimy pose
1 Sally nodded. "Minerva
sort of Why?"
She's gotten
cousin.
Sherry said
remark "Well you see.
winced. Her
fat. Sherry
temptation
with sudden
elderly struggling
made him feel
had somehow attractiveand
terribly .
her J "You'r really
rushing
"When you were It Isn't so easy eo-w

was a stringy kid. I called saw you for ones her.I -"And I still mean what I said. In Torode Chevrolet CO. tai

or twlc -wbeD you and",well, that not*."
was so flabbergasted "Well that's awfully nice of r ,
overwhelmed I couldn't get my. '
film on
youThere was a dewey BTARKfi, FLORIDA.
shut for hours";: a ,
mouth forehead. "Say, Td really tetr
'Sherry his ,
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TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY .
COUNTY : JULY
PAOm ElOII'I" .,. ,-.. -- ----- -- -. 50 19.\
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Failure A SERIOUS of the 1933 BLOW legislatureto
pass a bill authorizing the State TOO LATE [r ODD --- BUT .. TRUE

1877 Marketing Board to receive fed-
eral aid for the construction ..f TO CLASSIFY
MEM.BER.VrFLOR1DA. wholesale markets, for farmers "I Is c.
ttf n 11"1"KAY" : .
\ a serious blow"' to the state, sinceIt ... -
y PRESS ASSOCIATION A would "nave meant millions of ,Jneereearr. Florid Pre A. 1

1935 0 ': dollars to the Florida farmers. FliT
.?OtlfKr/tlt :J eOtlda" Nathan Mayo commissioner of Wet) J. see where Mr. Roosevelt .

.- .< ,-_.- -.. --'" agriculture said,recently. has fInally declded''on a programof
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class He continued: "The state Is buy "Soak the Rich" and if.he thinks K.A"E 1MUt'.t\ RACMCNARbC' \ -' / '

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Ing today $60,000,000 worth of that Is golng'ld cause'me to lose
r food products annually from other any sleep he is crazy.It \. I IFftCtt AS r r
states that should be producedIn certainly puts an awful crimp
E. LTiviatthews-____.___.._____________Editor and Owner but HKVEV -
Florida. The state Institutions in Mr Huey Long's ballyhoo r
._. -- ---- -- -- --. are buying from J50.000 to $59,000 I I'm willing to hand It to Huey he ..
SUBSCRIPTION RATE worth monthly which they would ,was smart enough to switch to the .... '
In Florida If could i President when he realized that :
In Advance gladly buy they d
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable
; "
produce It. the Chief had Stolen his thunder

R' Advertising Rates on ,Application, .. If the bill had passed. Mayo But they both have a rough andrU8'ed r rYin"
_. _. -- -- -- -
road to travel. This idea
said, the marketing board would
I The. average man has little use for his laws-especially have applied to Washington for a of soaking the rich while popular r
r $1,000,000 loan to construct a with ninety-eight per cent of our
his in-laws. chain of.farmers' markets throughout populace,.is still poison ivy to the
o the state similar to the one remaining two per cent and they -

The.wife of today is the one who thinks that jam is used already constructed at Sanford. cut a whale of a lot of cheese whenit '
Even though the commissioner'sbill comet to votes and Influence.
only in,,connection with traffic. failed to pass the legislaturethis There uned to be a time when i -# :

0 community is In a position to'' thought it would be a lot of fun to

Nothing succeeds like success. Which is just another reap benefits from an established have plenty of money and two dollars -
farmers' market. besides,,, but with thingsgoing
way of saying"Them as has gets. In a very short while the new like they are. -reallze that Mrs.

fi __ 0 .. I shipping platform near the Seaboard Fate was a sure 'nough friend of
;r Some'people are so ashamed of poverty that they won't I station will' be completed. mine when she stepped in and prevented -

in public to work for a living. This building was orglnlally plan- my 'becoming" one .these
appear '., ; t
ned to be of use to growers here gu)
I J O t during the past strawberry season Now I can sit back and laugh at
+ Who can remember when the greatest danger on the but construction got under i the two percent while kidnapperssteal

Fourth of July was run-away horses? way too late to be of benefit In their children; federal snoopers -
;q this purpose. come around to check on their
i i i O However since the platform hat Income tax returns and Mr. Roose-
Wonder if the effects of the "Grass Roots" conventionwill been erected there Is no reason velt works out plans to make it .r i .
-
show up in the ,next straw ballot? why It should remain idle from one terribly Unprofitable for them to is Irf TUBEOSTKTE4MKIMI THE OWLV BtfHK
strawberry season to the next.
'
0 Why not turn it into a marketing die.In the meantime Father Cough- ) : yip' vetrl urns USED 'aRtMONUtoQI \(
Even with the proposed heavy tax we haven't heard of center such as the* commissionerof fin and Dr. Townsend are helpingto .1900 HO ONt

anyone who is willing to stop making money. agriculture had in mind when muddy up the waters and it Of"'t wos. _._ K1i0Yf S Wl\iM' imG1H6, ,MTHt\ tMHTUB
.. he urged the passage of his bill 7 looks like the coming election will STARTED
...
e
u be a party where a "good time will -
t; If you read this paragraph in a hospital bed we assume THOSE WHO LAUGH be had by all.'
pity,of a woman's heart welled! up'and longer a personal matter between than 'eight'or ten
that did not have a safe and sane Fourth. There were men and women who To help matters along a lot of fl years now
you .. laughed when the airplane and the folks,who-have passed the sixty- Miss McElroy moved heaven him and his victim. The minute this kind of law enforcement g
--o automobile were predicted. There five year mark In Florida are just and earth to SiQ THAT JUSTICE that the crime was committed it Ing to deter other men from con
The horn of plenty is the one the fellow behind you blows are many today who will laugh at waking up to the fact that while MISCARRIED, Governor Parkerwas was the affair of the State. It was muting similar crimes?

when the traffic light changes from red to green. an address by Thomas Mtdgley on old folks In other states may drawa weak enough. listen to this the lluty\: of the State to hunt him In the columns of this
i "Chemistry in the Next Genera- pittance they are not going to hysterical girl randallow her to down convict him and hang him paper
0 tion" in which he made many prophecies get a look-in and If you think they stay justice.. The duty of the State'was to see have always opposed lynchIng
5''' If "'EveryMan, A King" ever becomes 'reality, a'iot of that "do not overstep tie like It you'd better: buy a book and justice done and to stop future ways we have stood for legal r
M people will fight for the pleasure of crowning'Huey. boundaries of Accepted natural read up on Human Nature. The punishment of a crime Is not crimes if possible.' In the case of, forcement of law and order. Hot
Law Is to punish
I lajivs." Here are but a few of the Of course two years from now personal revenge.. a man guilty of a heinous crime, ever, In the case of decision Ill
4) -' many wonders which this scientistsees things may befdlfferent but a lot he guilty. principally in order to without any alleviating circumstances that of Governor Parker it I ia did!
; The new Florida licenses will be red and white. The mo- in the offing of poor guys past sixty-five can t deter other similar crimes. A wave the Governor who listens cult to condemn murder rape, ;

torists who have to buy them will supply the blue. The planet Mars and Venue exactly figure.out how they are of till kidnaping exists. In swept order this to country.curb this It to a foolish girl's chatter and refuses kidnaping he should die for it, 11
made habitable by the Introductionof going to maintain themselves for to let justice take its course conditions are rapidly reaching U
I' o'- water on one and oxygen on the the .extra: two' years. That's a! horrible crime new laws were enacted Is directly guilty of misfeasance In point where to execute a felon yc
It isn't so hard to keep up with the Jonses these days because other. helluva long time to keep on livingIn and Federal State and local office.. Gov. Parker's duty was to I have to' seize and lynch him. T)

a they aren't going anywhere much themselves. Travel between planets. anticipation-of fifteen or twen- authorities all contributed' ia the State not to'Mary McElroy. If State won't execute and enfon
helping to crush kidnaping On '
Man's control over age, enablinghim ty dollars a month. McGee died Mary McElroy said the law. It I. mighty near up I
0 to become static at whatever The term ."Social Security" to tatute that was passed to help putdown that she would be troubled with the people to be the law

s If you are worried by so many things being over your year he desires. about,,00.000 Floridians is Just so : offense this crime was a law death.makingthe nightmares. It Is bad for a pretty Mary McElroy may think of hei

head justtry climbing up another step on the ladder. Chickens as large as pigs and much "salve" and "banana oil"- punishable by brunette head not to rest well at self as the' beautiful forglvli
mastodonlc With the exception of rape kid- night: but far, far more serious is who suffers wlthoi
1? a cows so that they will and if you ask me, I'm glad that martyr one
have to be milked from naping la the most hideous Of for/. State and Nation to and who wants hi
steplad- I'm not running for any office in a con- complaining
Baer lost his fight and then got married. He will
Max crimes. It is far worse than cold-
19361 tinue to exist with the specter, the kidnaper not to suffer becaum <
J6 likely .have a lot of future decisions against him also. ders.The elimination of Indigestion blooded murder. Hanging.'or the constant threat of kidnaping ever her, She is kind-hearted ai

o brought about through the use of And'some'' guy writes me a let- electric chair are lenient punishments before it. This is what pretty sweet; but In'saving McGee'i I 111
has been started in Russia. substances already' found In the ter and wants'to know how I standOn for' the man who Is a kld-i Mary baa done. Commuting the she has struck a. vicious blow i
A better housing program stomachs of boa constrictors.: the Cross-State-canal. Imagine naper. death' sentence: to' life imprisonment law ''enforcement. Tonight al

; What they really need is a better bathtub'movement.A The elimination of most other that_Do I look like a guy simple In the face of this McGee will : ,?is great news to the kidnap- might have;pleasant dreams, bi

.--)-- diseases and the control of cancer. enough to try standln on a canal T not die. Guilty Is he by his own ing gangs. The death penalty will kidnaping Is still being continue

hick town is a place where the hand that rocks the Television putting an end to vis I see by the papers where.Mr. administration. When his case I not bo invoked and prisoners sentenced and will continue if the guilty cai
iting. Walker says "So and So" and on ,went to the courtroom it wad no to life 'seldom serve more not be properly punished.EVIDENCE .
cradle also rocks the neighbors chickens out of the garden.o Dream pills to give us a choice the other hand General Summerall ,

o of our dreams. says "Such and Such"-so who amI

'be goes where he deserves to go it will certainly be Sounds fantastlca doesn't ItT to jump In the turbulent current '
Well, go- ahead and laugh. But wh en I don t even know how to : =
j hot enough for the guy who says, "Is it hot enough for you? Imagine how foolish those people swim

0. must feelif any are still alive- The canal may be- fine and It ROLLS IN

e If Paul Revere made his ride today he would probablybe who laughed at the automobile and may be lousy=you can't prove It $
p
,"G 3" L <
users around here
the airplane. confirm
by me; but I'd rather die a natural '
pulled by a traffic: cop the first time he passed a red light. ----o--- death than stick1'my personal neck facts uncovered by N. Y. I + "
Police Inspector, Faurot on."e. r; lM ,
o BLUFF out on ,a question as disputed as w
V '
.
his eercb..IOIEI. fr
country-wide
Soviet scientists declare that man should live to be 150 The inove-tue-movles-out-of-Cal- this, one.'
without bath;in' Russia Ifornla movement has gone the Personally,'! >I could figure outa 43% MORE f" ;r. r
old. That's a long time to go a .
years way of the Blue Eagle and the way where we could get our mils MILES of F'
,1 Dodo bird. Th. wholesale exodus on all the money It will take to REAL NONSKIDfrequentlyexceeded < "u '.

a was threatened by leaders of the build the canal and use it for some ,-srr .t ., '
"' Headline: Will 70 SaturdayBut Doesn't ,Talk Industry wuen,4he California legislature ..-. an'" ''IIenalble purpose to ad- PsMMfFM GOODYEAR dy t} : {q ew}
proposed to' pass law vance the welfare of the state 1 'MARGINSAFETYstopecarsqulckselu'of
About It." That's the first, thing, he ever" refused to talk which movie men 'said would have might advocate It. but you know '' ''" ?

about. taxed the business out of California you don't get liberal and stagger-; emergency.i .
In' appropriations in such a cause i SUPERTWIST y
; 0--- Florida got all excited over the so if we have to dig a, fool canal MMffrai CORD fives. _4./ '- :p' f
Spine people are mistaken in thinking that the step between threat for awhile and offered free to' get it, far be It from me, to PROTECTION,against blowouts r
the'crade ahd the grave should be made on an accel dom from tax. If the Industry stand In the way! -in every ply. 'a yo 'tf"

erator. would move here. However today Anyhow, I expect to have long '
,
.,f' Florida recognizes the threat white whiskers before the canal is rr
"
0 for what it was-bluff.. A great ever,built and If my grandchildren .,,,,, r
The'fellow who brags about his cold baths in the winter and powerful weapon Is the bluff', get a chance to bid on building th-i -
....... "
is the 'same one who slaps you on a sun-burned back in BULLIES AND- -COWARDSThe -- bridges satisfied!across it, I'll be. plenty ENJOY A "SAFETY FOURTH"

the summer.f theory that bullies are often

f o the biggest cowards seemed,to be

) Members of the younger generation don't grumble about well bourne out the other day bya ON THE PUBLIC PROVED
mart In Alexandria, Va., who .
r" because with it and don't II From Other Pens II
the depression they've grown up went to jail for a year rather than

know any better, take the same punishment that,.
k he had often meted out to his three
Don't
i O gamble on weak tires throu
.i speeding
MISGUIDED; SYMPATHY
I year old foster daughter.' .
In,the old days our forefathers didn't think they were The man, a house painter;, and (Jacksonville Herald* holiday traffic -' ,buy AtfrfyVndw: for orer the

$' having a hard time, until they' had,, been without, food for his wife were convicted of beat- I ,On"'the plea.?'of: ,Mary McElroy Fourth ld the many months s d, ALL+NEpiNEI

three; of four days. lag''their foster-child until red Governor::Guy B.' Parker- Missouri '
welts were raised on her body. newt commuted the death sentenceof Let ua show you why; the:;flatter, wider, thicker
o' _. Judge sentenced the woman Walter UcGse to life Imprison "G-3" Ail-Weather Tread ,
a Changes; are going on in the skull! at all.times," says a to sixty days and offered the mana ment. Exactly two years ago Mc- with closer.neatedblocks
physiciaiu: Perhaps that's the reason it. is so.difficult for a choice of a year In Jail or a flog' ..' at the head of four men, kidnaped and more rubber In It;It rolling up evidence
her glng'that would produce red welts: Miss McElroy and held her ,.of low-cost. protection that tope even its teat-fleet {
woman make 'Jnind.I .
to
up for hours ,
At first the painter said he would prisoner twenty-nine records.Let
4 .
i o ; take. the flogging.. chained to a basement wall. while .

; Two'things will turn a man's head quickly:" Women,*ndpublicity. .Police brought a bull ,whip: and they;attempted'heir to extort $30.000 us"'give you our' price'- you'll.... It coata'r.othlni' V \
selected ransom from family. .
a giant policeman to wieldIt.
;lr .-Times-Union.- something! that: looks like, a Several hundred persona gathered .McGee was apprehended, Identified extra for the extra:mileage, safety,and

+ ,quarter lying on the sidewalk. to see the whipping.--. Then ., tried and vonvlcted of, kid- endurance of the now.'thoroughly public-proved: 1'
1 0 the bully showed the white feather. -. naping and was to having been thefirst G3." a
ispoi-: ;. ,He changed his mind. i criminal hang under the .
$ modern about the number it
| The girl knows more
:new kidnaping lawn There no Drive
A"whipping that he had thought was right In for your"Safety Fourth"
; Insurance
_ sible to squeeze,into a rumble sea! than the number of-.gal. not too severe for a thryelrol1jflrl doubt as to his guilt At the trial ." .

Ions of,water a wash tub will.hold.. seemed quite another thing I Mary. McElroy identified him as
when: threatened to himself.BETTER .' the.kidnaper and testified against,
0 =.,. I : "
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Tax collectors should employ Mae West to stand in their BOYS hlmYet"after McGee was condemned TERMSMAKE
GOO I I EASY
offices' during certain hours each week and repeat her Visits to CCC Camps are encouraging to die Miss McElroy suffered a bad .19, YEAR
and put at rest the pub-. attack of "cold feet." Tearfully she
"Come and see me some time. ,
up lished stories of widespread dissatisfaction decried the fa'it'that she didn't : : :BUYING'
"*
,---o- among the boys. The want :revenge. .Bbe'could not
Mi Dorothy; Dlx says she knows a dog that is worth forty camps continued to be helpful In stand i Iby and'allow' McGee even :EASY!
making; better men of those ,who though when In his hands she never -
times any.man., Well, Miss Dix, if you women .didn't act so e
have'' become expected to see her family Bur
discouraged wits
1 foxy we. men wouldn't always be growling. continued runs of bad luck. What again, die on the ....Uow.. All the Re sterMotorCo. 'any ::

o la termed "dissatisfaction" Is { ,ye --ili5' c.
A youth was recently sent to jail for kicking his father's merely the American spirit manifesting push ahead'on their own initiative. 1

shins during1' a'chess game. What' about the woman who itself among the boys who The camps represent one of the ;wy ...t
are anxious to get back Into the finest movements there Is for human ,STARKE .FLORIDA ...... ae
steps on her husband's toes under the dining table? regular methods of their lives, and betterment. ,. J "Lt s
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