Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02497
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OMANLAINS Smith Gaining Brothers-Not Fame With Songs Cough Over Drop Radio Ones- BUILDING VACATION School Repair '* 'I

I By (LESTER following) Saturday to steal the PERMIfSRUN i ,
To, those In this vicinity who program and again Monday. SCHOOL MEETSCHILDRENS '

I are not already aware of the fact $o, to those who have been won- Fund Assured

''It might be of Interest to know dering ;just who the Smith broth '

1USINGACT that our county can claim two tal- era are, this might-throw a little TO BIG TOTAL NEED tl'
v ,
ented young men who are rapidly light upon the "subject. And any ;

approaching fame on the air. This of our radio fans who wish to hear: Griff Says'S1

\\LoansAvailableFor pair, the Smith brothers-Cecil a favorite number by them might Clerk Records Picnic To Be Held
and Monroereside at Lawtey. send in their requests. So let's
Repairs And New These; boys sing to the thrummingof keep a good record rolling for the $191100:,SinceSeptember At Kingsley ---- -- ,

HomesC guitars each Saturday and Monday Smith brothers and show them as Soon LOTS OF TRUCKSPASS Highly Optimistic I
the Grove :
evening on Orange their backers "back home", and as:
band I I After Interview ,
string station
WALL CHAIRMAN WRUF at Gainesville.The program pert of the radio public that we'reI URGES ,ALL CITIZENS PUPILS LEARN BIBLE. THROUGH STARKE
With t ''
COMMITTEE HERE two made their debut last behind them. Then when this TO FILE APPLICATIONS> AND SOCIAL RULESOver EVERY YEAR DAY IN Treadway r
field Monday evening and also' made promising pair reach fame we can .-' -
v, It. French, "hit.". returned the "wedld'lt.1 one hundred young people According to figures compiledby TO TOTAL $51,000 'k'
tram the Jacksonville office quite.. a. ,They, say, Building permit j registered, at have enrolled In the two Dally Vacation ,
Housing Admlnlsitlon the city deck's otttW\. here since State Road Department 438 S ..k
.Federal Bible Schools which be-
are t
at a special last September toA 4 19,1*2.00, It trucks pass through Starke over Includes All Buildings +,
., appeared '' Ing conducted at the First Baptist ,
Business Men's TOWNSENDClub GREEN URGESCold was announced thU. week. This Road 13 each day In the year. The
gofthe Monday and explained, amount covers nineteen projects. and Methodist Churches for a traffic divides up at Waldo and .is Except Starke '

'b here credit plan in All permits except one were for twoperiod. July 8 throu&bJuly much lighter over the lower part High

modernization local interest In Pack repairing and, remodeling residences 19.The of 13 than It i Is through here.
sort to and store ,buildings. The purpose of these schools I Is Truck traffic over this road is rl I

I housing! program. one new bonding listed was for, to meet the five-fold needs of the the fourth heaviest In the state,. A. J. Oriffls, superintendent of 'n'

'. French represented the plan WILL MEET PLANT HERERECOMMENDS $9,000 and covered Congressman : children, physical, mental, moral the road department's figures Bradford, County schools, was $p
If widen opportunity for a, ,A. Green's recently completedstore social and spiritual. In the Va- showed.
IT wish to repair and modernize building on Call Street. cation School the boys and girls highly optimistic yesterday over ;
LI homes or buildings but who learn to play together to 'make what he considered tile assurance ,
Ir ;
Inot have the necessary cash'' to YOUNG SAYS EVERYONE PROJECT Carl Johns "clerk, said that things together; to study the BI. BOARD MAKESBack of a $51,000 fund for repairing and .{

c', the work. The plan also SHOULD BECOMEA TO STATE ADMINISTRATOR there are man/ construction jobson ble;, to sing: to worship; to memorize enlarging county schools.. The superintendent -

,Ides that new homes may ie8t MEMBER which permits have never been Scripture verses. It pro. made the announce +
t and the cost be paid in that Issued because of'failure Of the vldes the boys and girls with clean, TaxADJUSTMENTS ment following a conference withC. 1
monthly Instalments as iThe recently organized Townsend A cold pack and canning plant builder to make application. There. wholesome recreation and delightful B. Treadway works progress '' "
L Club will meet In the court for Starke to accomodate straw- la no way of estimating the total administrator With the r
t social relationships, and teaches state ;
house Monday night July 19, at berry and vegetable growers of of three unlisted projects
them to be courteous
c. Wall has been appointed o'clock. About membersare this section has been recommended irr jOhn all polite Wednesday.
chairman of the Brad- 81 forty ; nrfea persons who fair IA play. Above all It makes
serve as said to have joined the by Congressman R. A. Green to
Better Housing: Prom organization are either to b'ulld or repair to ap- Inestimable spiritual contributions Mr. Grlffls was absent from
County Committee and he will ap- at the first meeting hell Conrad Van Hynlng state FERA ply to the city foafa .permit. There to the lives of the children.On WILL HEAR COMPLAINTS Starke Tuesday and Wednesday
here two weeks ago. director.In Is not charge 'for this service he '
Int t other members of the* com- Thursday afternoon July 18, AGAIN ON AUGUST during which time he Interviewed
ttet within a few days It wa H. H, Young president of the his communication Mr. Green said and It Is the only I means the at three o'clock both churches will 8 various officials In Tallahassee* J

club here this week Issued. the following pointed out that strawberries were city has of keeptpg'a record of Join together for a plcnlo to beheld and Jacksonville. It* was In high

e first step to be taken by statement; produced in sufficient quantities what building activity' I: is .going... on at Cady's Place on KingsleyLake. The third meeting of county spirits Wednesday In spite of the
prospective home builder, :Mr. "This Is the Revolving Pension In Bradford County to fully war- within Its limits. ,... D. V. B. S. pupils will meet commissioners as a tax adjust. fact that he had hardly had a ,

ch bald Is to have a compe- Club and every man or woman of rant the establishment of a cold at their respective churches and ment board was held In the courthouse night's sleep or "enough' to eat"

architect to draw up'a com- legal age should be a member of pack and canning plant and that TOTAL transportation will be provided. on Thursday morning of since he left on his search for
strucit If not eligiblefor through such a plant, surplus The Invited to last week at 10 o'clock. school funds.
18 set of plans for the this Club you are parents are join the
will then be necessaryget a pension by joining the Club strawberries and vegetables could MOON, children on this outing and furnish The following cases were heard "I expect to have the money' ""

an estimate on the cost of you will be helping some one whoa be saved after the peak -of the a plcnlo lunch. Drinks will be and either adjusted or taken un- within thirty days. Mr. Griffin

terlals from some building con- eligible and needs' It., so badly shipping season bad been reached MAY BE'SmEN HERE furnished by the schools. At the der consideration: said. "and work on various proJects yt

that Is affiliated with. ,the that it.makes your heart ache to and prices failed .to warrant. ,- LATE NEXT close of. the school, which will be R. P. Lewis, of Brooker.. made will begin Immediately after

If program. Application look at the despair In their,eyes further shipments. MONDAYA Friday, July 19,- each church will the board an offer of $20 on the that" h :
wish He director Van have 1930 taxes on lots 7, 8, 9, 10 and U 1'' l
alis may be had from the local and on their faces and you gave Hynlng total eclipse of. the moon will a commencement service .t< According to the superintend f
nlttee. that you had a few million dollars the names of a number of Bradford be which time a brief program will be of Block 21 in Ward City. Sec I, ent' ''the
visible In this section late Mon- statement $01.000 fund
French stressed the'' factt that you might change'' tears to County citizens who will co- day night and early Tuesday morn- given, a display of the handwork: Tp. 7, South Range 20 East. Thus :will be spent on improving all

a little paint and a few alone smiles by taking par of their ur- operate for the establishment of tog, according to art article in the and an offering taken to defray amount was accepted county schools, both white and col-

would do wonders to Im- gent needs. J ., y' the cold pack and canning plant If Florida Tlmes-tmios. of July 11. the expenses of the school. This O. W. Alderman offered 141.40 ared, with the exception of the rk

the appearance of the busl- ,"The Revolving "pension, sponsored approved. The phenomenonl will be service will be, held at 8 o'clock In full settlement of 1929 taxes oo high' school here, which was extensively -
section of Starke as well as by Dr. Townsend, to: take seen and all parents! are urgently re- Iota 1, 2, 8, 4 and SW 1-. of NO! enlarged last year with .
here In Its about 11:09
residential streets. He said care of elderly people who were OVID HAYNES quested be present tot Sec 22, Tp. 8 South Range 22 ETERA funds.POLICE. ,
p. m., lasting through.12!: : a. In. r
t the movement 1* of East, containing 230 acres; ;The '
remodeling:, penniless, now has the support, DIESPROMINENT The moon will startvecllpstng at -
our and that If one,or1:, two million' and If offer was accepted.
I people
some fifty
10:12 p. m and will end at 1:47: a. Trench Silo BuiltA $
others will ten W.'R, Hodges asked for au'adluatment SAY +
s are repaired nay we can add to that number or HAMPTON m. During that time the earth will ', ; ;
fall In line until the ape fifteen million more the pressureof CITIZEN BURIED pass between the sun's rays and trench silo ten feet wide nine on 1930, 1931 and 1933 "QUIET DAY" ,
of the entire town la tint numbers will cause Congressand the and obHcure the feet deep, eight feet across the taxes on SW 1-4 of SE 1-. Sec. 33, ,
SUNDAY moon light
ed. I It bottom and twenty-five feet'' long Tp. 6 South, 20 East and
the President to see the jus- from the latter planet.As Range ONE MINOR MISHAP
t there Is much Interest l lo- tics of their demand and these old Ovid Haynes 79 prominent cit earth Is being built at HollingsworthDairy also on the NW 1.. of NW1-4 Beo- ,ON FOURTH OF

1 In the housing program was people will be taken care of by the izen of Hampton, died on Thurs- the passes slowly between a short distance south of tlon; 3, Tp. 7, South Range' 20 JULY

eed by the number' of, ques- Government, In a fitting way. day''of last week while visiting the sun and the moon, more town.. When completed, the I pit East This request was laid over w .
1\1\ that were asked of Mr "Come to the Court House Wed- relatives in Miami. During the and more of the lunar surface will hold from forty to forty-five until the next meeting because Sheriff W. 'J'. Epperson "All +

ch when he had concluded his nesday evening July 15, and help seventy-seven years he lived in will be obscured until the total tons of silage It Is said.* This amount to be adjusted had .not Quiet., r?';

put this relief for indigent elderly Hampton he served that town as eclipse Is reached. It will slowly dairy Is also installing a steam been submitted to the board. Chief of Police A. L. Atvare, ;,
withdraw its shadow In the same
t local committee will be glad< people over!" postmaster and mayor and also manner, sterilization 'plant. for- their milk The offer of W, P. Hardin "Not an arrest" '

explain points of. the) programt served a number of years on the bottles. of the amount of $09 for Night Marshal W. E. Thornton f

t not clear to Individuals. Accident In Rain county Board of Bond Trustees.Mr. : twelve: year's taxes on SW 1-. of "No news." }
.. ,. ,
I". -,- + received Injuries Haynes wad born' In May- Negroes ChosenThe Schools OpenAll NW 1-. Section 2, Tp 8 South Three questions In reference to

WPA SUCCEEDS Henry Uanaasa when a large port near Jacksonville. In 1856. names of four negro boys county schools, with the ex- Range 22 East, was laid over until fourth of July activities In and I
last Fridaynight Two later he moved with the next meeting.A around Btark received the above
; bus Into the rear of years enlisted Into the Civilian Conservation ception of the high school here,
FERA passenger ran heavy his parents to Hampton where h4 Corps from Bradford County opened Monday. These schools communication was received answers from the three principal

NO' ORDERS his automobile during The accident a occurred spent the remainder of his life; were announced this week by run for the regular eight month'sterm from R.' C. drlffls asking for an exponents of law and order In this
HERE AS' thunder shower. In 1882 he was married to MaryJ. adjustment of his delinquent taxes vicinity. .
Waldo.Mr. ho Social Service Department of completing their work in the
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NEW WORKS. on Road he near was driving .. Cason, daughter of the late the local FERA. >THey\ were "Aba latter part of Fepruary so that which matter was referred to In ot ehrwords Starke celebrated '

PROGRAM Manaasa says hour be- John B. Cason. To this union 5oodwine, Julian DeSue Nelson children may be able to work In Commissioner J.,M..Rosier for InJ"vestlgatlon. the Fourth in the usual man'

.Information had been reoelvq about twenty miles visibility an during were born six children all of Ghent and Joseph Britt the strawberry fields.Gubernatorial ner-by everyone going out ot
cause of the poor whom survive the father. W. H. Shaw made a complaint
town to
> until yesterday at. the local nearby celebrations. From
the rain.. He did not see the lightsof member of the Methodist against his 1934 assessment, which
office as to procedure un- : bus until It was He was a POLITICAL TALK ALREADY BEGINSTO all reports Call Street must have
the on-coming and was active In ita matter was referred to Commis-
tthe Church been as devoid of life If
Works Progress Admin- seconds as a. typographical -
Ion program that is expected right upon him and machine a few crashes:! affairs until the time of his death. OCCUPY MINDS AT CAPITAL sioner R. T Osteen for investlgaIon. error on the calendar >'
later the heavy ; ..
held from
Funeral services were
plunder about tad caused Thursday afternoon and ;
way on or July
Into the rear of his car.. the home Sunday morning at 11 (By OSCAR JOHNSON) Situation The board will meet again on Sunday to tall on the same day.

District supervisors have been ,his personal Injurjes Mr. Manas- o'clock and were conducted by the Present outlook Is that chief Interest August 8 at 10 o'clock a. m. The only mishap of the day took :t d
sa'. automobile was badly damaged. Cooke, assisted by the TALLAHASSEE July 10-Be- .
nicted to to transfer Rev. L. G. in the campaign will centeron place at Kingsley Lake when a
arrange beenmade
projects'now under from No settlement' baa yet Rev. W. T. McGuire. Interment tore another eleven months have the race for Governor and In CLAUD S. Jacksonville' man, whose name wail
way :
mu' to the WPA as quickly with.the'. bus company was In the Hampton Cemetery. pUlled"" Florida voters will go to the several congressional race. !not learned here, Injured his. neck
loaiible. "--- Survivors are his widow, Mrs, the polls to nominate for state No United State Senator will be HOLTZENDORFDIES In making a dive.Into shallow water -

l** yet AT HOME: .
of DRAW Mrs. O* V. Phillips, of Lake City, fflc** nearly 1,000 men and I k' or Attorney General Landls. who .-.r .-- 4I
projects approved IB i FIGHTS TO. Mrs. C. T; Thomas, of Valdosta, women from among more than 8,- permitted the Gubernatorial Bee HERE>j AFTER

P although County It under Is believed the, that new MAKES FIRST APPEARANCE Ga.,. Mrs. P. J.. Pearce, of Starke, 000 candidates expected to aspirefor to buzz busily about him a few ILLNESS BIRTHDAY ,rl

wmlclpal baseball field will be OF YEAR IN :Mrs. R. M. Faver. of Miami and these to be exact ,972 Jobs months ago Is believed to have Claude Spauldlng Holtsendorf, GREETINGSNEWSPAPER

of the first to go through GAINESVILLE"yascq' :Mrs., Wr T, Saxon, of Hampton; from Governor down; given up the Idea Is now concerned 66, well-known grower of Starke! .t

0.J. Griffis, director of and one son, B. Haynes? of Winter Indications are that' there will more about possible opposition died at his home here early Sntur CONORATr\
leaves the office,here, at opera, the Forsyth, Starke" fighter, Haven. be no shortage of' candidates for to his being returned as attorney day morning after an Illness o*. ULATES' STARKE! : '
of the week to accept battled'Rudy Wahl of Tampa; to Active pall bearers were; M. L. county office. Times are hard general. It is known that Landls' several days. He was a life-long MANIn

\lit in Eustls. private a ten-round draw at the City Club Watterson. K. B. Watterson, J.W. and many might not otherwise aspire one ambition Is finally to serve on resident of Florida and had engaged '
It is said
!be job of director, of arena in Gainesville Monday ig in ., HorDe L. A. Johns and Avery for public office will attemptit the Supreme Court In the event of in farming here for the put his. excellent Florida State
opera- I News Col. Charles W. Hunter
Honorary pall bearers Sheriffs to the This would be Impossible runs
IIId< of works It was the first appearance Dennison. next primary. vacancy. sixteen years.Survivors ''a
likely be progress dlrecWl Gainesville in more than a year were: John Watterson B. Y. Saxon number of sixty-seven, and the 'of realization for five years are his widow and very pleasing 'Happy Birthday" ,

Co Regleter combined '' with for Forsyth, always a big favorite J. H. Saxon A. M. Williams J. same number of tax assessors tax if he should succeed as a candidatefor three children, Wilmer and Ben feature through which h*. sends Iff

filling, both poet with fight fans there. V, ,'Jones.. Wm. Bugg and C. M. collectors county Jvriges( ,.' clerks *f Governor. Holtzendorf and Mrs Thelma Hall, blrthday''N.tt.! to his friends. ;t

The Starke batUer had Wahl in Dennison. court, county school superintendents Although some forty candidateshave aU of Stark On sister Mrs. III his greeting oo the. morning

:WOM N.HURT' bad:spots on several occasions, ; 201 members of sixty-seven been mentioned for Governor Alberta Putman, of Jennings also of July 9 there appeared the folflowing $

: but It was the Tampa boys ability PLANTS SET ',county school boards sad 339 It Is growing apparent that when urvlves. reference. .to ODe. of Btarke's. 3

JN COLLISION to-take all Forsyth had to offer members to sixty-seven boards of Use barrier Is raised with the close Funeral services were held from ,Itlsens: u

Vr .+*. and.tfcen-_'back with a sla.h. AFTER RAINS county- commissioners will, b* of tM"q-uf1cat1aD period there tae home at 4 Clock Sunday aUrnoosi /. "Then there Is also a distinguished .
de- ,> will be no more, than five or six gentleman that the cltiaens of
ACCIDENT OCCURS the, nominated.. with the Rev. George H.
1ndatt.clztbatawsyed; .
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PONDS ,AND ,DITCHES fot Governor.' and eandhlaU*. At tile moment these s..owr of Church Florida have delighted to honor. I
l'! WHEN CAR, ..... to .....*...'." ,Tfc eemtest ,; the Presbyterian
,.5 TURNSiT .-. X club ....te".t BEGIN. TO SHOW race for the cabinet Jobs Of cow look like the surest bets aa asplr officiating. Interment was In wish tile Hon. Eugene) S. Mat-
.. .1 ra-mateb Day theV* *V.I+ JaW SURPLUS miMtoner of agricuttuiw. treasurer ants: Dan ChappalL bttUr critic Crosby Lake Cemetery.Pall tuwi'meaabe...' of the RalIroyJL tCemmlaWao

tWalon here yPedoedsy forets'' bout. and both strawberry plants have and state aupsrlnUMlatt of Instruction of tile adaoteistratlon of Governor I bearers were: H.A. Thomas tile happiest of Mrttf. 4

by between automobiles drtv- .oa _Mi Want, after the fight. A few out In Bradford OoosityM promise to .be the most Shops, and Vernon Hawthorn, of John Hall, Lester Hall, Mike days. Gen, as h* I Is known to hie '''%
set '
kra Bynum Perkins., 'Of FonvtBV In their assertion been of heavy rains and Interesting at this tlm. Len Miami Wy C. Hodges, of Leon, IcRa*. Newman Warren and B. loats of friends has held this post y

and H. W. Myen,'of Bar- were> emphatic scrap- between,, them the result skies- that have been the I than eleven months' before the whom many now believed reachedthe F. Johns. tlOD sine he was appointed by
;ow.ltaulted In injuria 'to 111' that;another the limit. overcast her for the past election Indications are that Secretary peak of his strength before Funeral arrangements were uncter Governor Cary A. Hardee to fill an y'
would never go order of the day I o
Jirh.1I10ther. who was carted. to.anVllle II there are few of StaU R. A.'Gray. Comptroller the legislature convened Pat the direction of Bore *: Gideon unexpired term., Previous to the) f
Kb wek. and I J. M. Lee and Attorney Whitaker, of: Hlllsborough; Fred Funeral Horn.' appointment he had repeatedly
set here _
Incident occurred when M> .' .Halt: Year Tag* plants ready to be will post General Cary D.-Landls would not Con, of Lake City bankerlawyer. I J. served his county as a member of d )

slowed down ,to make .a Tax, Collector C-A. Knight reports the majority of growers until later In the be seriously opposed.I Several others are being mentioned Marshal On VacationNight the legislature. having,, served aa le''_
:title turn where Roads) 13 a brisk sale of bait-year> taP pone this work I The sam condition as to Cray:, more or I less seriously. Including Speaker of the House of Repre.enj
$ intersect sale July summer. In former Governor Doyl E. Marshal W E. Thornton atlves for one term. He has frequently -
')(r. Myers, since they went on he which for Lee sad ,Laodls, ...>officers
lot available Ground this J. left the first of the week for Jacksonville been mentioned
and Senator desirable
driving .t Half rate tap two approaching vacancies Carlton. of Tampa as a v
a high rate of 1. year been dry a respect to
was Close behind the other only on motor vehicles acquired many months. has the surface I on the Supreme! Court bench. Turner Butler, of Duval. tile Utter and Valdosta., Oa., where candidate for Governor but

&lid when he applied the after JUDe 30 not subject toregistration short distance beneath thoroughly Chief Justice J. B. WhItfield and viewed by some observers as being be and his family will .spend a ten- be i has always blushlngrjr declined

his automobile skidded prior to that date. A is now becoming and ditches Justice .Glenn H. Terrell will be more acceptable to the present administration day vacation., During his. absence to aspire to that honor, much to "

toupletely around and car Is not subject to registration. wet and some ponds to show :candidates to succeed themselvesfor than any other of thecandidates Melvin McKlnney will serve the the disappointment. '.of hla) many 'NMends. '
during are one more beginning certainties.' city In the night marshal capacity. ." h'
the been operated term reprded
rear of _Mrs. If it has not water.' another six year _
a of surplus
ear. months of 1938. signs
ate, ,1IPt.. six. .


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THERESSA L AWT BY week,returned to their

yr' Mint Elizabeth Homage, Cor. MlM Edna. Lewis, Correspondent NlM ...... NI_B>.. C.rm *B....t IS,.. I. Gn.kliMC.r ........t Ml.. Rhoda g..l.'.r, v....... ...... O. J, PfclUlp, C.rr..ade.tSchool I day.Fred
Open Brooking of (M,,
Miss Elizabeth was II Mr. and Mrs.: Orton Barnheart Mrs. M. C. Sweeny and daugh- ::Mr.. and Mr*: P. .B. Johns and ,Elder.Daughtry of Clayno filled The Lawtey Junior High School !was a business visitor hen.!'

recent guest of Mr. and Mr*. Carl and three children and Mrs. Barn- ters, Misses Norma and Joan children spent several days of last his regular appointment at the opened Monday July 8,' with the,. day.
br Dobbs of Ralford. heart's sister, Rosa, all of Plant Sweeny left this week for Phila- week at Dunnellon with relatives. Theressa Christian Church "Sunday following; composing: the facultyfor Tom. Beck Is a bualne.

Harvey Edwards has returned to City were the guests of their sister delphia, Penn., where they will be Robert Crawford spent a few morning and afternoon. this term Prof. A, E.! Maxwell, : to Richmond, Va., this ,
his home at Canal Polpt after!' Mrs. M. L. Lewis recently. the guests of Mrs. "Sweeny's, aunts, days of this week at Lake City Mrs. B. C. Powell and childrenof Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins, Mrs. Emma -: Mr. F R. Carradiue week
pending: several days with relatives Betty and Bobble'' Oliver have Mrs Wm. Kammera ,and Mrs. with his brother-in-law and sister, South Miami have arrived here Hill, Mrs.' Edwards Miss Willie -' iness visitor to wu a
and friends. returned to their home In Jackson- Alice Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green. for a visit with her parents, Mr. :Mae Hln oD, Miss Lillian Mc- day. Jacksonville

Gl Miss Leila Harnage recently visIted villa/ after spending a few days The Rev. J. L. Lyle, pastor of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish and and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood.Mrs. Rae Mrs. Lucille Beck, Mrs.+Eunice A.. M: Lewis and
4 Mr and Mr. B. M. McRae of with their aunt, Mrs. R. M. Cros the First Baptist Church here, ac- Evergreen Florence Williamson, Les- Whitehead and :Mrs. L., H. were' business W. J Ih

Pine Level section. by.A companied by his family left last ter Hall and Elsie Belle Geiger at- Futch. Monday and TUesday.visitors to AI

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Towery of large number from this sec- Monday for Morrlstown Term., S. Rosier. tended the funeral of Mr. Holzen- Friends
Wllliow, Florida, are pending: a tion attended the Union meeting where he will visit relatives and A large crowd from here attended dorf at Crosby Lake Cemetery, City Council r will of Mrs. W. M. i E
few day with her mother, Mrs at Ralford recently.Mr. friends In his old home town. He a pound party given at the Sunday At a meeting of the Lawtey City illness regret to learn of her J
H. Keene. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and will conduct a two weeks revivalIn home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hil- Mrs. M. Hall of Starke Is visitIng Council held ,Monday i evening the at her home here.

j Mr.'and Mrs. Marlon Browning: daughter, Agnes, from Hellbronn the auditorium of the courthouse liard Saturday night. relatives In 'Theresaa. this Tax Collector was ordered to hold Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Rohm
of Raiford recently visited their Springs section were the guests of I during his stay in Tennessee Little Clotlel Moody of Belmore week. the tax books open for the settle West Palm Beach are VIsIting|
Mr and Mrs. H. L. Ed- Mrs. E. J. Lewis recently. Is spending several days here with James Trlest and Lewis Beat ment of taxes until the first Mon atlvea here.

', wards.parents, Miss Melba Crosby and sister, The Public School opened here her grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs. L. were transacting business In Jacksonville day in August, persona wishingto A' large party of Starke
last Monday July 8, with more ,M. Murrhee.Mr. Monday and Tuesday.U. take advantage the recently Lawtey, Woodmen of
Dorothy few the
spent a In Jack- v
days \
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and sonville with relatives.Mr. than a hundred pupils present and Mrs. M. L. Thompson P.,Davis was a business visitor reduced taxes are urged to pay attended services in a body
children visited Mr and Mrs. One The teachers are all experiencedIn and children 0 spent Sunday near to Starke Saturday., same before that date, since afterwards First Baptist Church tl 1
1 Denmark at Kingsley Lake one and Mrs.. Russell Carter the work of this school, so we Lawtey with her parents, Mr. and Mr and Mrs. S. S. Paul and : >there will be no reduction ning SUnday

i day last week. from Hellbronn Springs section look forward to a. successful term Mrs. R. C.'Griffin.Wilbert Miss Pauline Crabb of Miami who granted. Mr.. J. S., Norman and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams section spent the week-end with of school. 'Crawford of the CCC for the past two weeks have been Howard,.spent the
The registration books of the weekend,
; And Mr. Mannle Williams, all of their mother, Mrs. M. L. Lewis. Revival services Camp near Oeala spent the week- visiting Mrs. Paul's sister, Mrs.J. relatives at Tampa. '
are City of Lawtey will be at
Jacksonville, were guests of Mr Elder C. A. Crosby and family ing nicely, under the able end here with his mother,.Mrs.' J. J. Zeigler of Thereasa are visiting the store of F. R. Carradine open every Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and chi.
and Mrs J. S. Sapp, Sunday.Mrs. and Mr. H. H. Lewis attended the of the Rev. W. T. progrea'-I Roy Quinn.AGAIN relatives In Jacksonville be-.. week day from July 13 to> August who have been visiting reU
Union meeting of the St Johns Association Mrs. H. H.'Keene and chlldren'of fore their home In
H. Keene spent Saturday Is In charge of the returning; to 15 for the registration of all citizens In Orlando returned to their b
night with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. at Flora Home. Gum Branch spent the week-end Miami. who desire to vote In the here Sunday.

Kersey. Mrs. David Paulk from Dins- I ,PINE LEVEL here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ousley and son, Blan- city elections and It will be nec- Miss Mattie Edith Rowe
e Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent the more Is spending a few days with Mrs. W. R.. Kersey. ton, of Perrlna are visiting relatives that all re-register visiting relatives in Jackson
essary persons :
week-end with her brother-in-law her mother, Mrs. Walter Under-I Mm. II. 'L McKee, Correspondent E. W. Rosier of Jacksonville, and friends at Theressa.Mra. to be eligible to'vote.: over the week-end.
hill. spent Sunday here with relatives. Lester Hall and
M. Hall,
,Miss Debbie
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. One The three days Union meetingat Phillips was
Denmark. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were Pine Level Church with dinneron Mrs. J. 1.. Gasklns and daughter Mrs. Florence Williamson were School ElectionAt Ing; friends In Jacksonville Fri
Thelma, and son George, Mr. and Mrs Robert Dodd
rr Mrs. Lena tiasklns was the guests of Mr. and Mrs..Elam LewIs the ground each day was well visiting an election held Tuesday,for and Saturday. I
spent Monday at the home of Mr.and .
at Monday eve-
Keystone Heights
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Nor- at Helnbronn Springs, Sunday. attended and enjoyed. the election of Trustees of the Miss Marlon Sapp of Jac
Mrs. J
man, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner spent Misses Mildred Warren and Branch. N. Norman of Gum ning. Lawtey School T.; J. Terry,. W. F. ville was visiting friends here
Saturday night with their parents, Irene Prescott both of Starke "" SCHEDULE"Effective. :Moore and W. H. were the week-end.
,& Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and were Mrs. C. A. Moody of Belmore Is TRAIN ; Morgan
Ur.. and Mrs. L. .Dr, and Mra.
L. Conner at J. H.
Gum recent guests of Misses Eula Mae elected.! Carradto
children of the State Farm were spending thla week here. June 16th trains 11
Branch. visiting,, relatives
guests of her parents, Mr and and Etta Fay Dyal. Mrs. Etta Thomas and son, A. D. and 12 will be discontinued and In Jacks
+t Mrs. L L. Conner, Sunday. Miss Gertrude Delacy from Au Mr. and Mrs L. A. Crosby and of Glenn St.. Mary spent Sunday trains 15,and 10 will run as fol- Personals .. this ,week.
burndale was the guest of Miss little : .
sons of Jacksonville have Rev and Mrs. James Lyle and
Mr and Mrs Tate Alvarez were here with her sister, Mrs. J. Roy :,
Vera Lea Lewis The Better Housing
Thursday.Mr. been visiting relatives here. SouthboundNo. family are spending their vacationIn Admlnitlon
visIting Mr. and Mrs. H.. L. Ed- Quinn.
wards, Sunday. James Norman has returned Miss Vesta McRae has return 4 1-Dua Starke 11:31: P. M. their former home, Morrlstown, reports- 5275,000 loaned
home from spending several ed home after spent Jacksonville, during
spending several Tenn.
A' new disease to be No. 15-Due Starke 4:08: P. M.
Miss Thelma Gasklna was the weeks with relatives last three months of
at 1034
Auburn- weeks in Jacksonville with her
spread by gnats, has been discovered No. 107-Due "Starka' 9:42: A. M. W. F. Moore .who Has ,been
of Misses
guest Audrey and Mildred -
Norman Thursday. : dale.William brother-lo-lawAUld slater, Mr. and in Mexico and other. Latin- No. 191-Due ,Starke 10:5: P.. >,:M. spending 'some 'time in sections of NOTICETb'e
Morgan from Auburn
Mrs. L. A. Crosby.Mr .
Northbound North Carolina returned to his
American countries. registration books
u -'T". dale Is spending a few days with ana Mrs. H. B.'' Lane of of
No. 2-Due Starke 0:22 A. M. home here Saturday.Mr. City of Starke will be fo
} .BROOKER relatives. Jacksonville were recent guests of Mrs. F,. L. Connors and little ,No. IS-Dua Starke 12:43 P. :M. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips who registration of electors open f
r Miss Vera Gainey, Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter of Miss Myrtle Fountain. daughter, Betty Lou, all ,of Jacksonville No. 108-Due Starka 5:11 P. M. have been' visiting in Miami returned Thursday. July 11 to Sal
lellbronn Springs, Mr. and, Mrs. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
Starke and Wannee Branch to their home here
.1 Friday. August 10, 193S, inclusive.
Mrs A. F., Raulerson and son. Bill Newman of Pine Level, were rff M. McRae were Elder and Mrs. Mr. and, Mrs. Elbert Glover of No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. M. Mrs. Minnie: Reddish and Miss CARL JOHNS

Glen Austin, of Okeechobee are inner guests. of Mrs. M. L. Lewis S3 E. Prevatt and little eon, Mrs. Starke was recently visiting Mr,, No.,102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M'j Lorene Carter of Tampa who have Registration officer
pending this week here as guestsof Sunday. Minnie Weldon and children and Mrs. I
an: Chester Register. ,TJ.GRJFFIN. I been visiting here for' the put'tOU:1q..t4UQ. City of Starke
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. o
I ,P.

; Mrs. Alice Oliver and daughter, THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR The.Clock Watc

i Canty, and Mrs,'mine Thigpen of r----. --- -, ,_ .-.. ___ ,_____ ,__
Palatka spent last week-end here 'MORWN' BOSS- I'M A j I VLA.TC ON ACCOUNT: I NE1
with her sister, Mrs B. F. Hazen. '
Mr. ,
Earnest Russ
ere [ OLD CLOCK \ u ; : .
the ;; OLD CLOCK ]
proud of
parents a girl born TH? BLINK 'N' tM"GOOO '
OMft\\\.G. ABOUT ii.tM / I VOU'Re
Monday, July 8. WOMAN OlONlT WAKE Mt I ISFT rv .
:Mrs R. W, Brannen and daughter t IN'S1Mf3 l3SK .O'55 OO..1'i : jrH

Pauline, of Lake Butler spent SCEMC UKE MY ,
A part of this week here% as guests fi "ffiyy1? !/ C9' DELINQUU4C' "I'j 7 + I ,

K*; of Gainey.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. r l I 'jk :_ .,

Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Rltch, of --.
4 Ralford, spent last week-end here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. "I"

A. Brown. 1i1rM ,
Mr; and Mrs A. B. Crosby,and -

children of Jacksonville spent last

i, week-end here with her parents, _
: Mr and Mrs. L; R. Gainey. ,
/ -
p Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of :
(l Mlcanopy spent Sunday here with
i her mother, Mrs Sally Mott.!
tidy Miss IdeU Webb, who spent the t1
past few weeks In Miami with +

Iflss Hazel Cunningham, has re i
turned. home.

Ifc -- .- N A TU DAY- Y aHt

t BOATDRAINMrs. --- -
Z. Z. Orlffls, Correspondent
Mr. and'Mr"R- iph Gainey of ;. ,.By" L.-F., Van
city are visiting relatives. "
In this section this week.: .
U----.r-' r4OTGL .
\ "
Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis and 8uiJEJ3uzaMAIN a .0 ,,,
Arch Prevatt were visiting relatives hAIM-JGST
7 in'Clay County last Sunday. No""PAPcQ' _6CTTIIM 40M6C .+ yD i varrsi 'ibAN' ritRgg, -fur THAT Arst GrlT Fa/nelN'
Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt T.IC MCIMTCHNATIOMAL x M'vC puds+ry ,Too wile iii 'ix
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Paul OUQ MOTRJWOR10 ... !>Q"1C5" I QuGST.ON I WnLD couaT oaLCACUE 161. OR raer VIMMIN' STOPPGO05GitTR 1 Lr SGM b "tk&M!

Prevatt last Sunday. PROBLEMS si bTANCI:OF NATlOM FEB.ETC ETC,. tJLARIN'' SwpRT' 5$ f5 IViMCAK 1&Lt5ti YA Ti16R4$
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wilkes and aTC: tTC OLD. "'M"'N'IN
children were Mr. and ALL SETTLED PANT T AH IN
'OI't'l1OR 1. PAQLOR --I I t pemcoArs
ternoon. c&Cw"'1IM, r. Gem
Miss Theresa Jones was visit- .T.. .. pin AND ODD
q., tog Miss Juanita Priest last Sun- 100f"l, QuA VocAk.. RUt
f day. WMATS!: CiPGQl t... tfeme

Dock 'Warren was visiting Albert t4' AIL Tel .
J, Grlffls last Sunday night. tGRLD" 1rloua'l?.i8dIo

'The Rev. C.;. W. Wilkes will fill Ai AAOVC.t .
fete regular appointment at China ......1\oI'CD\ ; Gfal'l1\.51'CN N r <
Grove Church next Sunday and fox,,"' > BC INVITE? M r y

!; Sunday night There will be bap- 1b DALSIDLNT UABDttft: -y
tism at I'IWI" CoCERCNCG VJ1.tk 1
Hampton Beach at 3 -
fciock In the afternoon., Every- LURDPCAM PiR.MIQ4 1

k body Is welcome. --' H__ __ ,_ _0 1 .. .. .....".

Rid You rself of 1-- '--- i

Kidney Poisons DARNIT fv I Cilra lrs" M M4

'D you wftVbumliifi, testily HAVG YoU SEEN tT ML OWR Yot1 IOF MTVIAIL AND nrr OUT LITM SUPPOSaD'To 0L DNCr17% ; a' eUM HERE

f4 too frequent. wl astlo sabedreel., 1'rUNCLE MIKsY 6tR It11+t MONt (? 0 8e HCRE 50OS v My WATCH ;AND i 'WOUUOTWAIT
headache 41...im... swollen fast SM! \TH qiil [ WHAT TIME tS %T! tg oN fOR "Is
........? five yw tked.MTVOM-...) oWIN' f S

y ell *mrtn.. M' doiit knew wa.l b '. AWtY'r
wrong? .

Than give io.a thought to row

. ,

" ...11*MM*.waste to say lath*blood w.-

;" nd to poI_ Md Mptst die whola'tyvlasu

.".la Daaa-t WU Daasli are far*.

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.s wMld -. Yo. CIIII ... .. .... .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR. PII. STA.RKE._ FLORIDA_ _ ._ _ __ __. __.______ _._ '_ __, ____no___ _._ _. _- -_- .- E4unitS '
lZ, "-- -- '--' ------- f
----- -- ft .
.JtLY; -- -------- month.. 75.1
19559 ____ 291.39 Warrant during
0\1' month ..
Bal end it '
=- In the state be taken care of. MRS. MOIXIE ORIFFIS To Balance due ..__ 1,630'91 BH!. end month O. D------ 18126nut. Olat. )No.- -- MHal. BaL end month O D.._ 100" .tI C toPal.
In the courts of the twelve Funeral services were held at Balance FIRe due..4_FerfrltareT ._ 1\I'I.U\ I Bat. begin month. 111.O... T is>. 107.05Raoelpt Koclpta. ben tliirlnc month month IX D. ______ 834"..00 00 begin month DUt. N__.._a__. 1.HA.I' .'' 'I 0. ,

LWeek Starke collected. 1118.84 during month __ 164.8 .. Reclept during month 1,544.34 "
kThNDr months agitation for $10.500.000 Dyal Cemetery. near By amount __ Warrant durlns: month. month .. 110.11') ,. I
afternoon at 3 o'clock fio balance du. --.._ 1.713.11 Warrant during month. Ual. end month 0. 1). _,-_ 111VO Warrant during __ .' .. i
asked "How Thursday 14111IlUt. ____. 1,1(1.71lit
many the question: *" Cowntir no**) SeC Hrldce B.L end month O D. ___ UI... N. J. B.'. end month ., .. I

the'I did the school boards arrive at for Mrs. Mollle GriffIs, 47 wife of To Balnni due .. $.848.49By N' *. IS Hl he din month ________ 1100.1\41 Dint.Ne.4_ _._ .ti .. '
____... 6ft 65 month .
.... SH7.0S Bal begin month ._ 1170 Bnl. begin -- '
that figure." Simplest method Is A. F. Griffis, who died early Tues amount collected month. 151.89 H.o..lpta rttirlnitt month durlna month __ ..ituses j r '.
Tot Ha IB nee due _._.. __ 5.U8.n ; Receipt during \VarrHivts duneS month.Hal. .-_ }Reoalpt .'. itBai.
.. N the multiplication table day night at the family residence Warrant during month... __ (1176 Warrants durIng; month -- t
to employ oai.tr Sek* l General : end month .__.. h *
,.. I..hl. Instruction units times after an Illness of several weeks To Balance due .. __.. J.187110( Bal.. end. month .__.___... 141..04DUt. UI.... "Mo. It end month .__._._ ., i. .7t ,
c..1 13,000 .. .. N. U
1..1.. By atnount coll.ot.J.. .__ 1,190* N. IT Rut begin month ..-._._ 15.51Ret'etpc DI. 180.1tH..lpt. 4 s' ii. j "
n.un.elpt. :
I MeW. E $800 salary for each such unit duration. To Balance due i--> 9,077.19 nd.f begin month 0. D. ..... 35.01Warrants l durlna. ; month __ HBO Bal begin month month.-_. _n 115.41W.rr.nt. :i5 '.

brings you the figure $10,400.000. Rev. C. B. PrIce. pastor of the II TovBty. during during month mnnth,__ Wao'rnnts durlnar month..._ <*.71III **during durlna month _u_ 169 m '3 ; 5.
1 !! To Balance due -J f"II',.. III.PO'By and month _.. _--- $ .
Jon1'flO S 41.17 Bal. -? ___ 19 10
__ _
OICA.R Educational leaders have small First Baptist Church of which the amount .. ,' -_ 14000To I Bal end month O D. \ i>ut. NO. ia: hal end month _- .; '.
IF WATSONALLA"ASSEE ... DUt. N*. I ... .!* 1)1... N. vBnl il t '
T Balance due _..tM r. 14600 O. IXUecnlpta .
month '
deceased was a member conduct. TOrt hevln __ Ion.71 e
"E faith in any real opportunity to Total Sejk-S..h.f>l ReanlarTo ; Bal begin month O. D. .. .. .81 durlnir month ___ 11.ID begin month ____ ;' I '
share In the "parity" provision of ed the service at the grave and the Balance due i s. ._ 9.IU.93'' Receipt durlnic month __ ..11.onWarrant warrant durlns; month... Receipt during monthWarrant ___ 11.41 3 I

before the revenue act giving schools DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home By To amount Balance collected dne ,___. 1.1400 485.OS Bal. end*month during_month..._...rik.__ 47.9* Bal. and month Itl....0.N.U.. ISHnl. '__ 14897 I Bal. end*month during-month......,.-__- 14111- 4' ., 'clit.
.t7 '
June 1in was in charge of arrangements. -i- :. sad 111..1..* PajMall .. 18H..lpt. .,. Net HBnl '
equal claims ,upon general fund I Total Sjk-S l... bewln noointh'O. I>. .____ 'USl, .y,
.,. O U.
JrIIslature privatelyuTft'UMty was'a of To Balance due ., __ ._., 1.08.00 N* 91 .. month 14.40 begin mo, .
after state and Mrs. Grlffls daugter u ln.1nn..lpta durIng 8.414'W.rrant.
Judicial __ ,
._ month
surpluses .. \
i collected (45.to Bal. begin month month.. 1 o.on Receipt during --- S ,
Bv amount durlns1 '
of their I costs have been' the late Mr, and :lire David -- during; month 67.Oi Warrant 1377 during month __. 879
administrative To Balance. due ... -__ ,751.80 416.71 Pal and month O t>. ,.... an.41Itl.t. a,, ,
IIIDg effort: to secure met. It is to be determined George who preceeded her in "'I.ow".10.. Warrant during month loin.. N. 19nal 111. end month, O D. ,-.o S ., '.
____ 84S 99 IS
__ _._ Net.
end month 4 '
4700 Bal. ___ 141
__ a ,,
To Balance duew. month ,
to begin -- ___ .__ 1811 1H
ftaincwg of school needs whether the more than $1,000,000needs death several years ago and was By amount collected .. .. lS.oa loin,. !\.. IIn.l. Rwraplta durlna month .. 66,60' 11.1. begin month .. _. LOS i, '
d \ .1 born and reared In Bradford County .._ ._ 453.51 begin month __ __on 1,95118Receipt ._ Receipt durln month .
of r $10.800.000 '* Of higher education and free i To Balance due ... 66015 'Variants during month .. ,
amount of her life In Hoad A ntltff IntereatTo during .04 Hal end month ._.... .. 107 tl Warrant __... 19117 '.' Ps.;
J was complete. ? text books to the amount of $500- spending most Warrant during month __ 867 ha). end month ..... '
resignation a ,1..1.. Pu,5 !>! No. ITnal. ..Li'l'
baveJIIOre I end month ,. ... .._.. 1,141.69DUt. ._ 41.27itace'Ipn Itl... N*. it. .2..
that they would 000 specifically called for In the Starke. Balance due __... n_ 11.881.89 Bal. bevln month O P. ____ 11174 a 1, '
N' ... prospect _. S.80 Bal begin mo '
than .n "odds and ends"ctnf general appropriations bill are to Besides her husband, she Is survived : By Balance Amount due collected.__. __ 30,156.58eol.1y 1,454,41'l'o begin month ________. 2,037.16ltecf.ipts 71646 'Warrant,itnrlnu dnrtnff month month._.. Re<'.lpta during month month--.. 111* .a t :i :' ', '

program of doubtful 10- be regarded as part of the state's by one daughter, Mrs. Mack Wariant during durrhg" month month .. 1.\919.17 Hnl. *n,1 month O D.OUt. ____ 1147 Bal.Warrant end mo during O t>. _._.-__ '75 85 : ,

moat dlsmat They administrative costs and thereforeto Ridgell of Gainesville; three sons 5I'PEUI'O'rF'SDENT's'MOTHLV : nil). end month __d_ 1.818.48 N.. ...I* 470 Di.,. No.! 13Bal. : ':t. 3. .' 1"
month .
was estl- arATH.MKMTOF ... >.. 1* nal. heitln -- 0. D ___ IU.atH..lpl. r "
whatever FlXlXri: Itl. _. 1..40 begin mo .
? that be met before'common schools Wilbur, J. D, and Sidney Grlffls llooelpt during" month .. 11 7 '
certain ( .o'.ry111001., Fl NO'*") Bal begin month ___'-___ 1,16129 ... during month 1 ,
of proponen18 as to the cer- facing the prospect of closing prematurely all of Starke; one sister Mrs. John I Bradford County, for the month Receipt during month _. 766.40 WiirrnntH. dmonth durlns;_nunth.lIal. ......... 10.39nter..l Warrant during month .. .tH ,l'' ,
#n ..... 169.40 ,
t tel and the extent of revefrora can enjoy any "parity" Starling of Lawtey; one brother, of April. 1934 Warrant*, during month __ 1.IM9.4B .... 111..1. Fund IlaU end mo. o. O "34 ",tO'Vlsi.
__ .__ 1.2110.84 Ill
of __ DUt. No. '
Oeiteral :'rfceol Pond end month ,,
t'/ chain store 'licensing I bentUs although the school financing I. T. George of Miami. Bal. begin ironth ._ 1,14014 I hereby certify- that 'the foregoing month l>l"'. !No..___S__ __ \149.99 begin mo, 0.. 1.1. __... 111 07 'c I.T2. '.,'.... .p'

occupational taxes based program may be millions .. Hocelptudurlnc. month _.. 6.HOI III statement, ahowlng balance a4 nal h..ln during month ._ '...04W..nt. Receipt during month ... II.II '.t '. ',
__ 50
ae" Warrant 'urlnir month 6.18514 the beginning. and at the ending$ of Itmelpt 1036(1: Warrant during month 17 '.
month. I
008 half per cent of gross short of what was promised. CARD OF THANKS Bui. end month ..-...,_ 1.60818 the month herein. above Mated and *month during ._____. m" sBMSlnens Ual .n,1. mo o. !). _..,,,.__ *13.95 1 ?'
part would be heM I. Every effort was made duringthe We wish to take this method of I *...* .' "'.. ".......,, nintrlrtFund of the receipt.. and warrant laudduring ho). end lain> .. No. S tl.MM.. .. SC HOHooolpt : 4 .'i ,
ollie. large b.u.i.doSIjet. correaponda with \ .. month _.. ..,_ 41
iBvlnaiH*; i Mid month _, .. 1.141.1H.etpt" I Hal h Bln. .. '
session to bolster the expressing our thanks and nltl. begin month __ 15.55 ', I t .
W litigation.LLu up general appreciation Pi.... 1.. I the record of my office, and I Is true during month __ 166.IT durIng month 'it' 0o .
brief Interim al- fund. It will enjoy this yearan to those who were so kind Ral begin month 01 t\< __ 74.SO and correct to the beat of my. during month.__ I Warrant dormS month __ 1.811 't'',. I
in the J4 14 and belief\ I alan certify Warrant month _,...... 88.Ul1at
hw knowledge 3,405.15 Dal. end --
Receipt during mo .,. ,
and death tnnnlh.
soundness $2,500,000 increase to us during the illness all rial end -
the anclplated 1.1t. Hot of
._ that the following I Mint. Tin. IT I,
demonstrate Warrant durlna; mouth DU.. N... aBal !
dy Not'only will the from liquor and beer sales. This of our beloved wife and mother. Bal. end month 0.. I>.'''___.. 4986 County DepoNltorle showing thehal..n. begin month 1.111RpcelptN brain month.; O' 1>. ___ 1137 .4 o I ;
their fears. Ulat. N..' S ... In each at the clou of the -_ 112.n l-te.'eIpt dnrtntr month _? 71 '
beautiful floral offer month ]! l'
dubious $1,000,000 during
the legalityL with the highly many : __.. ,
U-r chains contest Hal. bexln month 1)_!). ,.,. 800(11( mnnth herein. flrat tated and the during month '"SSIUal. Wnrranta dtirln* month ,cl. t.1. I
law conceived as aUutut predicted on the so-called slot machine ings were. also appreciated. Becelpta. dnrlnic: month _. SI 55Varrsnts amount of security furnished. by of 'Warrant. end month .... .__ .-. 1.Ue.sa rial and month, O. 1). ____ 71,.Tlitu "I '-
revenue __ 8.84 oalil neponltorv( on account N innal. ,
Inevl- act the only substantial A. F. Grlffls durIng blue So. I* '
an otherwise provided imlanees. or time d* b.. 0. l). 131 11
for Bal end month 0. t>. -. 787 80 current dally month 1,280.84tnc.ipts iln mo -.u '
begin -- )
tax to assure definite general revenue boosts, and Family. DI.... No. aBnl poalt. Bal. Jiirlnit ..month- /3,00Warrant lUcalpta dormS month _, 1?.(0Varrant 4 'j
tie Bales ___ 1.183.1:1: Witness hand this lOt II day of ) \ durln month .- ,
month i- my
law begIn
but machine month
income however. If the slot during -- t I' _
d constant school Receipt durlnir: month __ 1,434.51Varrante May 1914. 1.15444t lnl. ond mo., C). It. ..____ 801 ( t.\ _
find another .independ- Is thrown out which now seems "DONT BET ON FJGHTSX'STILL % durIng month __ 4.15 A. J OR1FF11, Hal hereby ent) month certify-that the foregoing I....,..< ansi> ll,kln. Fend S1'' _, _

mi may in litigation expectedcarry probable the revenue fund will GOOD ADVICE Bill end month __a..-_ __ ___ 1,430.00 County Superintendent.OINTY .. mateinent. hnwlng balance *..t( heirln month Itl..'. No.____II.. l l>.10ItiHHptK I-
joining nat
I' through the highest court have to depend largely' on beer and For some years the New York Bnl heuln month Diet N._ .4. .__ 13165 (. HI PF.R....rN..DNNT'. the beginning month herein and Above at the stated ending and durlnic month n_ IV 41 1' _

attack excise to meet Sun has made a practice of month 300 MO' TII'Y KIrl. \.TF.- the |le"u..1 Warrant durlna month -
and carrying durlna warrant
the Becelpt and
more who Join In rum licensing Warrant, during month MET' OF (OUNTY KCHOOL. PUNDBradford of t the retelpta onrrcapoml with llnl.. and.. month _-...__ ll .24nut. _ _
soundness, theater 'Increased demands upon it. a line reading; ? for the month of diirlnn said month 1\1.\ .. annl ,
the act's organic Bnl end month __.___ ,.,. 14103 County r"co'd. of my office, and I I. trua ., _
be the sums held up Increases Include the $1,000,000 I "Don't bet on fights" PluS ]11'.. e Jun.. 1984.Jeneral. the correct t.. the beet of my ., begin. month _.._-.. lilt
will\ __ 8980Becelptn ( School Fund and .....rtl.i !. durlnir month ,. -
._ aleo Hacflpta
indirect the end of news and Bnl bonn month n. knowlvilir and l.flUf 1 ..1'Itsi.
This for an at every 1.879.18 .
money I appropriated month
final outcome. month_ 64.80 Pal begin month is list of allCounty Warrant durlnc
during following; a ,
ding said to be owned by the matching of federal funds; $500- sports page story having to do Warrant donna month _- 6.28 Receipt during month *. .750.041 i fy that th r>'npo ltort.K, ahowlnit" thahnlunc end month _-____ ,_.- 1.8U.O' 1 _
i be ________ 153.S3nut. Warrant during month .. 3.01l0.R6 -aloan of the Itl.'. No.\ __
Bal end month each at the '
available text books $100,000for with pugilism., In .01Hxctlpt
100)9) but It cannot be 000 for free ; NO. T BaU end month 8,83401. and Inn Hal.' ba"|n. month ___.__ l,47t '
needs until a clear title the state Welfare Board; $1- There never was an occasion Bal. begin month ._.____ 241.11 Special Tax School DI.'.'''' amount month train of a ..t'.I furnished by dnrln* month 96.04 ,

school upholding I Increase in the general appropriations when this excellent advice was Beielpta durlns month 248Warrant Fund 1..la.llne Iio..le4 dlatrlvl each Haiti Depository on .",'nunt fmirrant 'Warrant, durlnir month -. ,
ealn the form of an 000,000 during month__ Dtat. N.. I balunceu or I line da- IlKl. and month .______ 8,1188.08 ,.,
the highest courts. bill for actual cost more pertinent than the curious Bnl. end*month ;__. _.__ 14169Ola Bal. begin. month O..D. .._ IS.18Becelpt dally" Olnt. No. ISn '

:isbn by this will I of Government. and various smaller affair pulled off by the sharp town *. No. -Hnal .. during month.month.._.._. 190 po..1t Wltn>Ka my hanil, this 0lh d"y of ..l. html lt> month month_____ 1,184.24liet'slIjtu HiS vWarrants
real sense 857.42 'Warrant during donor
In the very difference between amounts. This would leave little promoters at New York when theworld's Receipt. begin during month month O n. .<._ 1,WO Ual. and month -..._..-... 661nut. Ju"0t "IS. omrrw dnrlnc month.. .... 'I _
resent the _____ 1.11101
No.Pal. a
distribution was trans __ Huparlntandant.1MONTIII.V Hal. and month ?-
championship mnnth
for Warrant. during County
months term and if any surplus "jparlty' .52nu begin month 0. D. __ 66710Receipt the foreio'i
eight 355 raitlfy that
full J. Bal. end month O. D. I hereby
ferred from Max Baer to James month .. 11.111 i' _ _
In many counties for schools.It .. NO. 10 during \Intf statement, nhowlnkalanoa* m\
Her closing cannotply Is recognition of this stark Braddock at the conclusion of a Bnl begin month __-__,:.,. 291.17Becelpt Warrant during month..__ 159.86 2000Ual ("OTNTY s'rIUtl..TVo"llltl'l..T'' the noKlnnln. and at the ondlnc of '
counties themselves IMcft> _, 83.00 end month O D. VIreI5CJAI. wrITN- haraln above atatad and
t ::1 .round durlnic" th. the month
the difference. They may fact'that' Is causing school leaders flat and tame perform. Warrant. during munth.. .. 6.20Bal. Itl... N.. SBal. MNN'r or" 0\1III'I'Y SCHOOL: PI'NDSHrailfurd of the ratolpt and warrant l sailed i) _

the money In ques- over state more than a headache. ance before the usual crowd of end month :--.------ 8E3.07nut. begin month month_........... ',.148.87U..lpt. 646.35 County, for the month of durIng *..I'I month corresponds withI t,, _
toaDy get Nn. tlBui. during 11)14 of office and In. true __ _
reuoril my _
March _
but not In time to help thisolng It Is sending cold shivers down the easy marks. I begin month 0. n. ._ ISiS Warrant during month '460 0..1 Mrkaol Fa.*. and correct' to cbs |>..t ,of my _
B, The FERA that spinal column. Although there With odds on Baer ranging from Becelpt durlna; month 1670 Bal end month ___.?. ...... 1.114.81 nal. begin month ___..._ 5SJJ.IfKarolptu knowladir and belief..',I also oartl.. l

to term.the aid of schools during can be small if any satisfaction In ten to one a few weeks- ago to Bal.Warrant end month durln O month I) ._... 5865 Bal .begin month Dlat. N.__..4...... 157.65 Warrants durlnic during month month-+_. 1I.771.1R R.PeJ.81 fy c'ounty that the IJapoaltorU"follow. In.. I.ahowlns-a'lIlIt of, the all i, _ _
nt .
terms has given fairralng this. at this stage of the situation, five to one Just before the two men Dlat. No. 13Bal. : Receipt during month .,._. 1 bal. end month .._.___..... 1.140.64Kprrlal hnlano In .ch at the cl-iaa of the _
two month.
past the month O U. _. 269.40Becelpt Warrant during 'I'ua School nl.hl..t month herein flrit stated, and the
forward to there Is .15Dlat.
that nothing more can bexcted they are looking entered the ring, every during; month ... 6 86 Bal and month --.--.- Paiiid Inrlnitlnar bond. ** dI.trIt'4sJoint. amount of neourlty furnliihed' byach ,
of election within to believe that a powerful N.. 4flat. N.1 actmunl of 0 ,
an D.po.l8o..y'on
this or next. prospect reason Warrant durln*; month __ 766.71Reclpt .. said
year .18 ,
month O. T>. .. 153.04nut. begin month nal bln mo, O U. ? -> ( rurrdally balances or tune <. .
positive changed end .
the des- twelve months. They are lot of "sucker money" Bal. .. during month .- 94 SO month.... (.4S ,,
recognize is .
School leaders NO. 60 OO !< c lpla poalta. .
of the prospect. State that legislative leaders who permitted hands, to find a resting place In Bal. begin month O I>. ._ 8156Becelpt Warrant month during.month__._._ 800.IIIDIM. Warrants durlna- month ..* ..80 Witness my hand this Hat. day 01M..h. I' _
itteness Bat and -
such a program of school the capacious pockets of the "aurethIng" during month ... 10 ..00Varrsnts T *Hal. and month O 1314. : _
of Ins t r ucUon month .. 1.10 l>l.t. .*... i4' ________
uperlntendent during .99Receipt OTUFriK,
has advised the county financing will be -doing all sorts gdmblers who are always Bnl. end. month O D ._?. 107.06IlUt. BaL begin month month__.__...__ 17 11.40* HaL* healn month o 1>. _.. 7B .74Itauelpta A.County J. auporlntcndant.. ,
wthon during 17.01
of political allbing in an effort to dickering and dealing In the background No. 10Bal. month... durlnic nionth. (
ihool boards to budget their 1933- 1934 events. begin month 0.__._.- 66.81Becelpt Warrant duVlng :
Kbool expenditures on the basis Justify their unfulfilled pre- of these ballyhoo during month ,. II.83 of the '

election pledges-but to little avail No prlae: fight where contestantsare 'Warrant during; month .. dford'Courity Telegraph's Guide" Some _
18000,000 state aid.. In conflict schools will be matched In strength Bal. end month ...*.._ -._. $s,05DI.
tli Cawthon's estimate.. which .. Chances are fairly ... )$.. IT
of' that closing' all about them. skill and experience as they Bnl. begin month',O. t). 78.72 FIRMS
ij have grown should be-ever 'could offer such Receipt. during month ?,.,. 8.60 BUSINESS __
wtch conservatism which la his.ernor Many an observer;; Is convincedthat odds and remain Warrants duitng month, _. 510 OTh
disproportionate >. '0."
Bal. end .month Oi I *u* .
Sholtz last Saturday aamd bond holders who opposed any without serious' temptation for DI.,. !*.,. 8Bal. Investigated all the Business Firms listed on this
education association Secre- tax for begin month O U 8(1791( The Telegraph has
diversion of the gasoline It off the -
blacklegs to manipulate 93.78 of the leaders in its respective -
during month. each being one
Aid Becelpt aa
State "OK"
that on
madea its
117 school purposes last session level. But as Barnum well ald.there's Warrant during month ? 40.60 page and has placed toour t
wild fall little if any shOrt of theO.loo,00o [ mistake-that they will find the born minute anda Bal end month O D. .__., 1(8.13 line. We recommend these busimma' firms and their personnel .
demanded promised. school one Interest. ."d OIInitsg FoejJnut. owned and operated by Starke
to institutions (
of diverting each The are' Starke '
question huge new crop year. 1aal. >.. a readers-they -
ipected. The situation la made and pensions all or a part of the continues to come back for begin month ____... BAII.U in'and visit with them-then, you too will place your"OK" _
implex by virtue of the 1935 en- monies now going to public Receipt during' month 25.84 people.) Try them, go covering these various'!institutions _
gasoline Write-ups
more. Warrant durIng month of each one.
:ted law providing an annual sal7 bonds one of the main issues of Nevertheless the Sun's advice is I Bal end month _..____ (15.10 K beside the name of the Telegraph staff will appear _
member _
$100 month DU4. N. SBnL by a
minimum $800- a and state and
the next campaign local still the best possible: begin month ___.__ 1,812.ttBecelpt stories and learn about your own ,,
r eight months--for all school They reason that it will be hard "Don't bet on figlatat" during mnnth ? 140.46 on this page each week. Read these

when. Question Is bow. canloot to convince the Warrant during month -_
out mini for any candidate Tampa Times. Bal. end month ..,"__- 1,883.JJ Starke business people. _-___-__-_
1 boards carry \ the people that the bond holders ..' I..... \.. S _

um wage act on the pne hand should be more favored by the A new civic organization, The BaL begin month. ______ IU4l.0.71.06 (ISINESK
month '
rt budget on the basis of only tax now going been, Receipt .v steadily tc South of Depot ,
three cents gas Community Club, has organized Warrant during month -,. is holding One Block
000,000 state aid on. the other. back to the counties fur road ant at Umatllla Lake County. Bal end month _....._ 1.611.15 For The BEST 11.- level that Is somewhat below '

vately most school board tnem- bridge' bond retirement than --_._- Baf. begin month Itl.'. No._...IS....._ I.UI.OI Sandwiches, that of a year ago, Fall buying I ti ALL GRADES PJNE.Al"lD I, ,

feel that Cawthon Is right., should be schools and pensions for Primitive man carried on extensive Reuelpta during month _.. 140.11 Barbecue down due principally to the hopi rYI'UEHS LCMBEIl AND ,

[ The minimum the aged.. trade operations according to BaU Warrant end 'month during" month i.jfimttn._._ -1,16119 Drinks und Short Orders of large purchasers that prices an

T if not Candidates who getthe vote OJ: of archaeologists. the code BUILDING MATERIAL
alarY'act'enJOYii\\ discoveries' t hereby o.rtiy'ith.'fcr.go.: SALAD, about tobreale.pow.. that
i revenue act preponderance of )nen and wn Inn etatement .)ioln '. balance. at CIIICKEX out July may witness a rio<
NOTICE!! the beginning. and at the ending of are I
of flfty-flv ttwl
11n Its terms. 'TRYHALL'S' Index
men beyond the age 'NotIce lit. hereby >lven to all credItora th*. month herein a<>ova stated, and In"1.be general business 'BENNETT'SLUMBER

oots" at fulfillment of a ,$10,. paying no poll taxes to vote, wl of William McEv, decaaced. of the receipt anc1.w.rrant. luaueddurlnir will bring It up with last year, according .
.000 promise, but one guess u able to merely pledge "sup to prenent their claim to the nndemlcned said moth! oorreipond
not be within eIght. months from the record of my nfflr. and I. to some experts.
what It will produce I Is They must say law correct to' the beat of myknowladtr PLACENear
actually port" of pensions. dat or name, will bo barred by true and certify Power production has not gone CO.
then .lItat.. may p"y; and belief I duo
rood as another: If the schoo to finance Debtor of said
how they 1\1' decline
propose underpinned admlnlatrator that the following In a lint n( Into Its usual seasonal
nIa i budget on the .basis of $S," The same with schools. lame to W. I* MoEver A<1 ml n In. t rat or.. County DepnaltnrleH.. allowing the Seaboard Station unlooked-for strength has. ro-

,000 and, at the same" time, If the bond holders had agreed I to NO. C-T balnc month herein In each first at th stated* ..In..and of the Oh.mount This suited not from Increased domestic .

ply with the teachers salary; a diversion this year of the one HEPOHT Of TUP! COXIHTIO'V Ol" of aerurlly furnished by but from large commercial .

*i by no Imaginable hocus po cent of the gas tax to schools, they TUB!! MINK OF srAHKR each auch Depository. and the usage
Df c..dl..ddurlnlr I .
Florida In the Uta-t amount of Interent paid or users.Commercial
could more than 10,000 of the In better pos at Htark, ald. DepoBltory AND ,
might have been Florida at the close of buelnem. paid month by enrh construction FOR PROMPT

ximately 13,000 InstructionOVt.R tton In the elections next year. June Iff, 1936 on account dally balance PatronizeHome private _
i HEHOtltCK: ,,01' time depoilt. ;' Is also at a relatively hlgli COfRTEOVS: HACI&'J'JI1THE

I, These same -observers-- are confident Irfianit and Dlmounta Old) .__.| 66,219 90.94 5Overlrafta I, Witness my hand this loth day of IndustryWhen level, and is far ahead of last year, Aii

: that' the question of stat County and Municipal- April, 1934.A. 3. (iRIFFIS.County During May, Business Week DEAL

WOPkta' regulation of light and power rate Bond _.__ .OlRerurttle I Superintendent, You Buy Our Breed, says, machine-tool business hit i a NEW

I real ism dppniilted with Itolls Pastry You Are AbMolutely high. The motor Industry .
be or flve-ytar
NERVES will also a very MOat. Treasurer for "t'P.II''V'I'1'Ip'r': '
which candidates for Governor will *Stockholder H s-. MONTHLY f.o.NTY FI'd ivo"sai. 'rTKvivr ,Sure'It I. Fresh. No Is saul. to be looking forwur 1 SERVICE ST A., __

Fund -__._ -__ .OiBanklnaf OP .ot.N.rv SChOOL pi\iBradford )' to a heavy demand _
find it hard to dodge. The sam Hoiin. .. Furniture : the month of Chance of tatting a Stale with confidence Hubert; E. Priest
CQuntYJur demand I Ix
7,50001 Steel
for the leglsla next year.
Fixture -
candidates and
with 1934. Product.
May ________
tate Own. reasonably
Real E .! Nrfcvol lead) are
Other leajrr and
ture. ad ___ .. .. .___- .__ 34411.81 I Ion;. b.*.gln month _, ...: t.008.20 faIr. ,
Claim ant Other ne. Hecetpt, durlnir mMth 1,590 81 .STARKE firm. I THAT GOOD OVlf QASMEET _
sources Ta Cert- ,754 T durlnm I$! business U well above' '
and Pu Warrants *-/f-4I1A.80: Export __ _
2)'AMERICAS Hand .fSX.
Cash;. from on Bank <-Old) _.-- .3,154.5Cs.tv 'I' Rh4nd. UsevInS' mortth'rt ..,;:;.Cpi.. .;: BAKERY last tear, which. In turn registered _"_ _. _ _
Bank _..... ......'.. 1033 -
emS due fiom ru...... 1..1..1.,.". -.I. a large advance over .. '- .
'esuec Fund* 1Imu; DI.... ... 1Bui almost at
lx Ma In settlements; -... ; : 'begin. month to: l>. 49.91 ..-------- ----- when foreign: trade was ___ _
during mnnthWurrant .. 86,68 -
TOTAD ....,>.,127 M 2IHI.IAIIII.ITIK Becelpt* during "month .- a standstill. .i- -

Ha I. end. month p tVnut. -_-. 1318 BARGAINS IN'SHOES The' farm outlook' is 'changingand TilE CROUDThe .
w.,.-. are takIng the place
Capital. Stock Paid In, Pal begin month O '.D, -..... 78780 surpluses of
111.000.00( __ 12070 of The Department
Common ? during month shortages. _&-
Surplus Fund .....?..---- .16.43 Warrant Herelpta during mnnth -* forecasts a 670,000,000 __ __ __
Undivided: Profit' 4!.*..s i Pal, end month (). .J). .__ 667.10 For Agriculture bushel wheat crop70,000,00'more ) : I'
Kxpeniie and a IlUt. .*. *
Old) _- ,.-.--,_- 180'.110 I BaL begin month ___?___ 1,41080 bushels than Is needed for Spotlight
Stockholder I .* 8 t a t utory Receipts during month.... 16357 THE WHOLE consumption.., Fruit and ,
'- Liability Ileaerve Fund 3.0011.00 Warrant during .lawitb' ...t 187 20 domestic
DepoHlt Restricted -___. 117.11111.111 I BaL end month _...i......... 2.2415.17 FAMILY vegetables are unusually .abundant
Payable Keconatroo- 5)4.f. *.. 4 resulting,
UP TO Jour _.I Bill tlon Finance Corp- U.t13.8t! Bal. begin month __.._.+,_ 141 68 with lower prices -
ftW7 nem at high tIs5flws1 GINOERI Truet DepoHlt --- IIItnl.n Receipt during month 16.OH EVERY DAY" 13 BAKQAI.V Only Important agricultural short ,LARGE 0"8S BICER. 5 o :.

.. ALE 8t..rlc ."...m.nt Colleot.. Warrant during month .- 0\Y ATSTUMP'S will be meat' wblcb will be '
t. .... .. 3.1100.00TOTAte ( 16165 ag.
__ __ Pt.ATl&LrNcI1: with Large
-- month '
lid --. :? : : .4' -:------ Bal end scarce. and so will
nut i.. e comparatively See ,I'
,,h" oatl 0.,_....u. ,I .. _.-.___- __$211.482.91 COUNT BaL b..ln'month __...___ 1UII.t' continue to demand high prices. ;Olusa ,Biwr ,.- __ ,
-- 11I&1 lead .. .... BTATK: OF FLORIDA Receipt during month __ 6J5
SH month _. cotton situation seems _
-. N.mNenoq : OF BRADFORD.: : Warrant during .52 S? The .
I -- -
ol --- ----
Bv..a.IIIIIIr .. Htockwell. Con..rvator. ___ ._ 136.51Iia Only --*
r. C. L. do .01..mnIY Bal, end mpnth y progressively .worse. I
IsalfIstlolt sal .. \ above-named Bank .. 'I.
5flphasaM dSutevi.yz .the,....1' that the abov atatement.d I li BaL begin. monthUmwlpt _____ *J!.52 way out says Henry. Wallace: lies '1,
\ true to the beat ol my knowl during month .__ 16 is In increasing cotton sales abroad it s swimming time
Dr. It I. In re- .. SIMMONS
and that during month J. L.
Y and toreport Warrant be .don.sonly If for
17'11 which can
Js TIIIIWII' ..pona* to official nolle ofF t>.l.nd m>*$ih ANn THAT"MEANS A '
BIle ba of theDtat <. 1 sell more goods
a.UJf I.e .. hy I the Comptroller Itlat. sign countries can
15551 Play
,. D -
=- ..a. 1.-.Io FOQvP5 O 'conaervator. Bal begin mon4'' 21.52Warrants In this country.\ : PERMANENT WAVEPermanerlT !
tItak.. := :; dt STOCKWEtJjf before Renelpt. during: ....nlh.. .
: ..xIDoIESTOO and sworn to durtnar'SinthHaL. ---
.-- 'tad wlit. .... gubiwrlbed thl. 6th clay 0' ,Jul,.. 1t311.D. end month 0 D. __ 134.0). AmongUlJ.TodU'ot India. up- Waves _
..... NsTftM to --" / m. ., E. KIUIT.N"ta"! Dut. N., ie \ Plumbing And
T women must
Public.ri.KRii __ 311 a a
[ Bal. begin month --- on meeting man
film t .
a ,
Jai 1"*"* during month 176.55Warrants Contractor: his feet $19S{
Electric _
llecelplii : greet him by'touching _____
JlF.Pfa'l'I .
& "'. durlnu month
.ra-ag. rjr1 Btarke. Fla. June aoth. lUll.o BaU end month .-.__ 600.0 with her forehead
Clerk of the rirouHCourt ..". ISflal. .
of the Dtat. in "

; I I Keport In. on an mreonn* for Bradford of tax.*Countyriorida. a......,. Kecelpt. begin during month month O. D ._.. 74.67 86.J" Expert Work Maurice- David,:of Northampton LEILA'SBEAtrr.Y ; __

the y.a W..ranta' during month._. learned four language SHOP :
.4 Jg'J has
k!>naHT 11.n 4
month .

-I1 I I17L' II"ADr08D couNty_ 1':1:: (roluctorT Balbesrl"BaL. end ::::lIl1Cf. IX IS; <-, $5134lt.csIptl I' Quick Service since nisi seventy-fourth- birth- _:_._. ._____., _, ._'

c:....,, reese.l.o during month 71.16 day.
\ Balan" dv.Iy :...;::.-,...- ,..,8.1' during _atll... '
DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT amoont collected ....11 Warrant .

...,'.....-. ", .

via "

4ro.q'CAGE ,


.,." FOUl\ .- I iol

1m FLORIDA-'44IGUUGJ4TS- -=.s! hNNGm f1ttf m r Baptist Circle One Circles of the Meet Baptist Wom- which made.to be time done A chapter several by the plans Circle-for-,.:;,

an's Missionary Union of the First read trol
I ,jocietyjj- ., _..." ,.".,,..,_,. .., IL:-......'. .........",:_A'"'! Baptist Church. met Monday afternoon the book the Circle is etudl'ng.
t J') ,. A. >,:x. 'j"1, A refreshment
i -z-'o.l home of Mrs course ,
Irx kry : ; l'; { : July 1, at the Was
'lie '= 1V ears
'. .... ...I......,......;-? .. ,:Ii '.\J'. W. H. Perkins on Call Street, the ed by the hostesses to the flea
;| MS| + YIM .l ,%: FZ 'E.e: 'oJ.':':,.:.1.:'t.':.:!*'..;...f.,'.:?&:tit1:?}..%! .nv :\: hostesses. for this meeting being berg Circle present.Three, Mrs.
i' Over-
Mrs. Charles
v- f/asT' T2ANSata....... '("'';.';.....'.; .iJ.;...=,'I.t... 7'N'f;I /.joo'\, Mrs. Perkins B All'X
IV A. Dn'Jj' '" :, Miss Ethel Moore. ander leader, met
Newman-McRae w: t street and on
Hiss ThedeEntertains ,. ,, .. "' MOnday
r A IlJJIt 'T':0....: : :::i.r -:; ternoon at
"" : The Circle leader, Mrs. J.: M. July 1 at the home
i of
O.eIQAWTHIN SIX 'ii tl Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae F lt T. M. Hutchings.
For GuestA announce' the marriage of r NV, OrNEwn:;'J'X Brownies and presided business during sessions.the devotional The meeting was presided

lovely event of Tuesday ev9 .', their daughter, ".<1'1:. Plans were made for all membersto :' byrthe leader and the CIrcle iliad?L{
nlng, July 2,. was a dinner party Audrey. attend a meeting on August 2, several interesting plans for work
given by :Miss Marie Thede in honor to .J at the Epperson cottage at Kings- to be done In the near future. A
of Miss Eugenia Talley of Ml William M. Newman .,-:'.' ley Lake when an examinationwill chapter was read from the book
ami.The ,Saturday, June 29, 1935.AndreuBuddington. e be given on the book the Cir the Circle I Is studying and an ex
guests'were entertained on cle 10 studying. aminatlon will be held later.

theporch of the Thede borne In Late In the afternoon the hos- Mrs. Hutchings served light >p.
Lawtey which tesses served delicious freshmenta to the
1, was artistically light refreshments members prey
decorated and lighted Mr, John W. Buddlngton ent late In the afternoon.
the marriage of his
t After 'dinner several games of Circle Two was entertained by .
bunco were enjoyed. High prize. Gwendolyn daughter Anneto Mrs. George B. Flynn, Mrs. L. G. The city of Daytona Beach, bill S
were given to Dollie Dinklns and Powell and Miss Etta lion at the recently completed a new recrea.I
Halite Jones, low prices to Mar Clarence K. Andreu ?1 rt, wy r 'rSI + home of Mr.'Flynn on the after- tlonal. center.at a coat of $35,500
1 of 1. .
1035 noon July
Saturday, June 22
East Beach Avonochantang, Mrs. L.< G., Powell, leader, con- A wood paneling has been perfected -L
I I Rhode Island ducted the devotional and presided for hanging on the walls!
: RITZ THEATRE during the business session at of homes in place of wall paper
,2ALP/e '
{ STARKE lorle Stump and Henry Godwin. I ,' 't
Enjoying this delightful occa- LAN lGAVFL02DAS
PROGRAMBEGINNING sion with the hostess and honoree COFFEESelected
+" FRIDAY were: Marjorie and Evelyn Stump, SENSAT/OVAZ .
Lois Long, Beverly Cady, Abbie SUOE'R-SIN/M1I e 9, Pre.Roastedi! Freshly Ground;
FRIDAY JULY 1JT1I. Harley, and Dollie Dinkins, John .. rw. .. from the Finest Coffee grown
'HOOSIERSCHOOLMASTER' and Henry Godwin, Bill Wainwright J .J,J,. 'J +n 0. .: and blended th T ways to suit every
Paul Jewett, Keeffee :
rell, Hallie Jones, Richard Thede EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIR<'LE
Charlotte henry and Jack Craparo of Tampa. ., t, "Mild-Mellow" "Rich Full Bo iied"IrTA1e

Norman Foster. '.,Vff,.,,' rNID Lb. 19c
fr ---- BOKAR-Vlgorous-Wlney"l
"Revenge Rider"Tim LARRY'SBEAUTY ,1? .....,.... Per Lb. 23c

McCoy SHOPOver ,.. ;!
8UN.-MON., JULY 14-15' Canovn Pharmacy < IONA PLAIN or SELFRISING6lb.

"The Informer" Sk 12-lb. Sk. 24-lb. Sk 48-11)

Victor McLaglen Weekly NEXT SpecialsALL WEEK The FLORIDA FLYER now operating 'day regarded as one of the world's I FLOUR 23c 43c 83c $1.65
Margot Grahiune between New York Jacksonville greatest swimmers. At the Olympic
ALSO NEWS & COMEDYTUE8.VVKD. Shampoo, Set, Dry and and !Miami is the fastest transport planein Stars swimming meet recently held in
Manicure the world. At 18,000 feet altitude it Miami he broke six national, records including SCOCO-Finest ShorteningCOMPOUND
JULY 16-17
50c has a maximum speed of 225 miles per two held by Johnny Weismuller. 2lbs. bulk 25c
>; "Under Pressure"Edmund Hot Oil Treatment, Shampoo, hour. Its length is 62 feet wing spread Since then Flanagan has continued to
Lowe Set and Dry 85 feet height 16 feet, and it comfortably break records of long standing notably _

Victor McLaglen 75c accommodates 14 passengers ex- the 300 yard free style which he covered SILVER BROOK-PrInt or AiP Fancy Tub
clusive of its crew. Interesting features $fn 3J11: 15. The old mark of 3:12 2-6
THtmS.-FRI.. JULY 18-10 Facial, Shampoo, Set and Dry of this new speedster of the air is ,the' was: established by Weismuller In Chicago BUTTER Lb. 29cIONA
'In Spite Of Danger' 60c fact that a temperature of 70 degrees is in 1924. The youthful Florida,
Marian Marsh Manicure maintained within even when it is 20 swimming sensation broke another' record _
Shampoo, Set, Dry
Wallace Ford and Arch legrees below zero outside. on the same day by negotiating the BRAND-DelIcious SALAD
Abo RALPH FLANAGAN. of Miami is to-" "400 yard route in 4:20 1-5.
Jimmy Qt.
-A nignt Af The Hiitmore Howl'i
i -ALSO OTHER GOOD You will like "Chic-check Blue" I Buabee-Robinson Kelly-Driggers
Those attending. Ifl.OO I ed on each sheet.. The most pop- The marriage is announced of Mr. and Mr. 'A. L. Drlggers
how Tuesday are eligible for PERMANENT WAVES ular stationery with the younger Mrs Jimmye Odell Robinsonto of Lake Butler, WEBSTER'S EARLY JUNE

Cash Prize. $2.00 &[iris... See sample. at the Bradford announce the,marriage of lOcBREAD
County Telegraph. Mr. Bert Busbee their daughter, PEAS No.,2 Can
Saturday, July sixth Ante Mayeto
nineteen hundred thirty-five I
h,a' I Starke,,Florida J. R. Kelly
.'. The marriage of Mrs Robinsonand Saturday June 29. 1935 .
:'.bI, :Mr. Busbee,toqk.plac Saturday Starke, Florida. 14-OE.: Loafer' ',
.evening at. the,Baptist, Pas- The marriage of this, popular GRANDMOTHER'S 5c
Iff't; torlum the Rev.'(;.I'tt.: Prlce officiating young ,couple took place at the Plain or Sliced -csOB Rolls
4 In the presence of,a'few In- Klngsley Lake residence of Judge Fine Firm ,Texture (12-oa.pkg.)
} timate friends of the couple. K. K. Perryman, with Judge Ferryman RICH WITH MILK
Mrs. Buabee Is :'a resident of performing the ceremonyIn
You Can Depend On The Lake Geneva, where she holds the the presence of a few, intimate

position of postmistress.Mr. friend of the couple.. IONA BRAND-Good, Uniform Quality Red Ripe Full
Bushes has been a resident Mrs. Kelly Is a life-long residentof Pack. A Real Value At This Low Price.
of Starke for over a year and la Lake Butler and received her
fiMan employed here by Mr. K. C. Priest, education In the Union-Hi School. TOMATOES 2 No. 2 15c
; Who ADVERTISES agent for the Gulf.Refining Com- :Mr Kelly, son of Mrs. Beulah cans
pany. Kelly, attended Bradford High
Mr. and Mrs. Busbee are at home School, graduating with the classof -
to their friends. % ,Lake' Geneva. 1933. ,He la Deputy Clerk to IRISH
Blue Rose, Whole Grain New Virginia Cobbler
where they, will reside. Clerk of the Court, A. J. Thomas,
t and he and Ills bride have'a host RICE 5 Ibs 25c Potatoes Sib tOe
_ : Miscellaneous of friends who wish them mucihappiness.
Shower For They will reside with ,
( Mr. Kelly' mother at her home, Winner Rock Ground'GRITS Va. Green TrimmedCabbage

Mrs. Glenn.:Mrs.Woo"4Honorfag Glenn. Wood, a near Starke. ; 5 Ibs. )15c 3 Ibs 10

NINE times out of ten you will find that the man who advertises recent bride, Mrs. RJchard G. Kidd Ladies Auxiliary-, ,
and Miss Elizabeth Holllngsworth MARY-ANN Old Fashioned
is the who most willingly returns entertained charmingly Tuesday Meets With Fancy Head
man your afternoon, at the hpme of the former 'Mrs.. Jackson MEAL 51bs.13cLarge t 2 for 15c
on North Walnut Street.
money if you are not satisfied. The Ladles' Auxiliary. of the
of dahlias, zinnias
Quantities large -
First Presbyterian Church held Us Extra Tasty Full Cream
rose and other Summer regular meeting at the home of Texas, YellowOnions.
flower, tastefully arranged In Mrs. Carl Jackson Tuesday after- CHEESE lb. 21c :
"' bowl..and baskets formed the col- Ib. 5c
trade The President. :Mrs. W.. A.
He has too much at stake to risk losing your ,. or orful decoration for the rooms noon. .
Stern, opened the program The New

't* your confidence. You can depend on him. where and Mr the.the, Kldd bride guests, Miss:Mrs.were Wood Holllngsworth seated.receivedthe I prompUyat,3:3O.The devotional, : consisted of 'NUCOAlb.' 20c Bananas '4',Ibs 15

guests; and refreshing fruit i hymn singing prayer scripture
} punchwas served by Miss Lillian reading, and a chapter from "Howto ,
He is not J (business for today or, tomorrow only-: Sternberg. and Miss Ernestine An Pray,"'which. was ably handled IONA BRAND--Stock up at this Low tSPAGHETTI
1 drews. by Mrs. O. H. Lowry The secre- orMACARONI
but for the next year and ten years from next year. He 'The mi.cenaneotts shower' of tary called the roll and the business I-
lovely gifts were arranged on ta- session followed. 2 7-oz. pkgs. 7c
knows the value of good-will. bles, and at interval bowls of Tea towel were brought to this .
t flowers' were ;placed among the I meeting, and each member 1* ask-
ed to bring a bath towel to the
;. many useful;. and feeautlfUl presents
which wilt be reaeured for next, meeting for .our Overseas NAVY

You'get better merchandise at a fairer price than he a IlfeUme.The guests....were s'' d entertainedwith ." Hospital The book quota.of: Ecclesiastes, was :BEANS 14c

finished and The of Solomon 3Lb.Pkg.
t', could ever hope to'sell it if he did not have the larger volume sio suitable a delightful to the program occasion of Miss mu- assigned for next lesson. ,

Marjorie Stump the Mrs. ,F. A. Ward, who badchar..e
,' of business that comes from legitimate advertisingand Ing number. "To playing a Wild Rose"open- of the program brought a O. K. SOAP ,
(MacDowell). Miss Evelyn Stump, message about the. missionary
goods that bear out the promise of the printed word. accompanied by her later, Miss work in Chosen.. Mrs. J. H. Kin- POWDER SPkgs. lOcIONA
Marjorie Stump, sang two lovely law explained the official changing -
i number,'and was followed by Mr. of the name of Persia to"Iran"
L. A. Canova playing a much appreciated ; by which name It baa always BBAN'D8TR1N'GBEANS
Don't miss the advertisements. This very'day they piano solo. Mrs. A. :4-: been known to the Inhabitants.
.. Adkins, accompanied by Mrs.' Ca .' Mrs., .lohDV..low.pn u* 1Sc
ill be nova to the delight of her useful Information about our missionary -
call your attention to values that tomorrow vow H Banc .. Alaska, missionaries ,
.1 audience two selected numbers.The magazine
hostesses, assisted by Miss and settler wa discussed
u sorry you 'r Lillian Sternberg, Miss Dorothy by our group as the PresbyterIan ANN PAGE "
1 Bitch Miss Ernestine Andrews, Church has accepted the re APPLESAUCE 3No.2cans 25cA
Mrs. Emma Canova and Mr*. Paul sponsibility; providing religious .
B..' Canova, served a beautifully. welfare for.the two hundred families -
appointed Ice course.. e selected by,,the United States '
Government to,occupy forty-acre FANCY '

t: + i: DON'T MISS THE ADVERTISEMENTS. WhiteShawOf ,. house tracts fully of improved equipped and land all, with necessary LIMA, BEANS No. 2 can 15c

interest to a large numberof farming accessories supplied -
'. friends In this county was the In Matanuska,, Valley, Alas,
I ,' marriage on Saturday June 29 of ka. WHITE HOUSE-EVAPORATEDMILKSmaBCan3c: ,
Mis Jessie Lorene Shaw and E. J. The annual picnic will be held In '
4' White of Lacrosse. A ">' August at the Klngsley Lake cottage ( ;: Lge-Can 6c

Mr*. Whit was biro and rear of Mrs.'M. K. Hull .
: ed In Alachua Cou t1'd 'both The hostess, assisted '''by her -
v she and Mr. White have a host of daughter.. Miss Louise Jackson

friend who wish them.much hap.:, served: dainty salad .course to THE .GREAT... ,ATLANTIC' "," *, PACIFIC' ,' .TEA.. .. CQNP...- ..,. .
pines. ,i i those present. fuel< !

.'te. r u614 yu, Nr ,,arorn" t'drnl i ,'

tf' WpppW Mtr''mip'

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Strange as It may seem, there n
Is such a thing as biting the hand

that feeds you and there Is also n 1e F<-*>
IDeal Nevh- such a thing as t '

TOP GROCERY I IMr. jobs people are w directtaxpayers h o so- ,. ,,13 ;' + l ,t

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN this continue communitywho of to t t

give the bulk of 'vvr
their trade to 7;' ; F
of New River, wasi Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Young and out of town

L. JohnS here Monday. son, Theodore, have recently mov- and Mrs. W T. Ellis and son ".- .. I:depart from the box or telephone concerns or to
I tor ed to the Truby, home on Cherry of Jacksonville, are located here travelling peddlers.
for several weeks and havean AMAZE A where they sent In the alarm and + '
1 Boards, Jr, la spending Street, MINUTE ,
K at J kaonvtlle .Beach.l apartment at the residence of Mrs ] trace of them is lost. It seems to

S. T. Dowling of Lake Butler, F. H. Long. SCIENTIFACTS .::- BY ARNOLD Initially there is the cost to the me if I was one of these persons e

ncy of Brooker weadtor and S. A, Bryan of Raiford, were Mr. add :Mrs. P. S. Denmark taxpayers of the fire apparatus and was approached by one of the Yet r

B here Tuesday afternoon. business visitors here Monday aft and sons, and ),fro and Mrs. T. C. responding to (he alarm, which, of numerous our agents town .who continuallyflood If he y
even was
ernoon. Chastaln FLASHING course, Is small compared with the
son, Carlton, spent THOUSANDS- the moat persuasive and beat
last a sn
Norris spent frienda. the Fourth with relatives at Daytona EACH Of THE MANY THOUSAND danger that attends careless motorists salesman In the world-I would ,. s Y N
with who try to "beat" the fire
PJacksonville Members of All Friend's Camp, Beach. PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS is EQUIPPED WITH merely say, "Mister, I trade with
W. O. W. attended the evening service AUTOMATIC 'KEEPtftLE&S*FLASHING U6MTJ apparatus to the location of the the fellows who the taxes, V
LISneMiner t of Lawtey. waa at the Lawtey Baptist Church Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- TO WARN VESSELS.eaar alarm, and others who fall to
APPROACHING keep" up our schools and keep me j.
itor here Monday afternoon. Sunday. Land, spent" the v eek-end at heed the warning sounded at cross In my Job." tit ( si ',a,
Kingsley Lake visiting Mr. and Intersections by the siren of the Ott
That's what I .
say, Try
r,.W. C. T.: U. will meet withC. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Rev. and fire trucks. It .
,Miss Lima McRae is memberof yourself'sometime.Sprclul
.A Futch on Friday at 3:30: a Mrs. M. C. Stith. The false fire alarm fiend Is n g, x t''
the School for
Lawtey faculty
menace ,
as waq demonstrated
,__ J the 1035-36: term..,which opened Mr. and Mrs. O. J. urtirna and i In the Tampa accident. ',

I w. Hazen of Brooker was a Monday.. son, Jock, are leaving this week Severe punishment" for a few of ItoysKhaki .

visitor here Monday aft for Eustis where Mr. Grlffls has tile fiends when apprehended Shirts '
I Mr. and Mrs. :J. G. Lynn and lit accepted a position with the Ford might prove lesson to others ( a, ;.

,- tle daughter, Shirley Jean, spent Company of Eustis. 70o Value a I

rend r lira. F. E. Carr, of Key- the week-end with 'relatives in 50c ; '

> Heights, were visitors here Lake City. Miss Annie Lou Dowling, who gr.-
has spent the past month here JULY
S Mrs.. Warren E. Perkins motorsto with her sister-in-law, Mrs S. S. ....r r.TIt1T One LotSummer

i A.A. Smith of Lawtey, was Lawtey each day where she Is a I' Dowllng left Monday for her home r+ .r Lsuilne X
.lit: Monday of Mr. and MreNewsom this member term.of. the school faculty for in Birmingham, Ala SPECIALS Hats ;'_

Mr. and Mrs. Earnle Smith and THE WORLD'S FLOWERS 50c ;
L,and Mrs. Lepn A. Gray and Miss "Gullda Marie Thede of sister, Miss Beulah Smith of Or-

|reD of Keystone Heights, were Lawtey, is the guest of Miss Ma- angeberg, S. C., were guests July ISO.OOO SPECIES Of GUARANTEED _
"ore here Monday. jorle Stump at her home on Walnut the Fourth of their uncle and' aunt, FLOWERING PLANTS ARE IN J Munsingwear'l '

: Street. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. THE WORLD. PERMANENT l Sox For Men

:and Mra. H. T Oateen oft N
t City, were visiting relatives Mrs. Elbert Bowers and daughter Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand 1 $1.95 I Wear Better

I Tuesday afternoon. Lucille, are enjoying a visit daughters. Juanita and Sara 25c
with relatives in Tennessee and and niece, Myrtle Mae Surrency of

|.n Lillian and L. E. :Moseley, North Carolina. Tampa, are enjoying a week's stay Hot Oil Shampoo, ee,
1'1 i enjoying a visit with rela- it the Thomas cottage at Kingsley Men's
i In Savannah, Ga.. Myrtle Mae Surrency of Tampa, Lake. Finger Wave, and HAPGRADE'wonK
is the guest for several days of SIX LEGGED-
.and Mra. Jesse Newsom and her uncle and aunt, ?!Tr.. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. C. F, Saylea,of MIami AU. INtetTB HAVB SIX LEGS. *

ter,, Evelyn, spent Sunday P, :M. Barefoot.. spent a week at Kingsley SPIDERS AND CENTIPEDES HAYING MM Shampoo Finger $1.50Druid 4

|!relatives at Jasper, Lake with Judge and Mrs E. K. N ARe NOT IMttCTt.
Mesdames W. J. Markham S. P. Perryman, and have gone to North Wave, Facial and '
--- ---- ----
Commissioner R. T. Dobson and R. Markham; of of the
i ty of Brooker, was attending the State Farm, were".visitors. here Carolina Summer for the remainder RITZ CHANGES FALSE FIRE ALARM FIEND Arch _ $1.25 LL SHEETING ; ;
"' -
ese here Thursday. Friday afternoon CASH NIGHTTHOSE (Sarasota Herald) Facial Arch 30 Inches Wide
There ,
was an accident In Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and '
Mr. and Mrs. 0.. A. Andreu and WHO GO ON recently that the "false fire alarmfield" Manicure
jrl I Searing of Perry, spent the sons Olllver and Tlllman. left .. $1.00
{end here with his parents, Miss Hannah Swindell, attendedthe Monday for Orangeberg, S. C., TUESDAY WILL should note. The chief of
d Mrs. C. O. Searing. funeral of Ovid Haynes at where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. HAVE CREDIT detectives of Tampa and a Tampa Facial, Arch ___ 75c International- Tailor Made Clothes I

Hampton Sunday. Hutto's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L F. One of the moat discussed pictures Tribune reporter, responding (New Materials are dependable.IT .
.o a false alarm, were Injured, the )
of the "The Informer
Lillian the.ad year ,
( Sternberg spent :Ritter and Mrs. O. P. Hutto. PAYS TO BUY AT-
I In Gainesville with her Mr and Mrs. Randolph Boree of comes to the Rita Theatre Sundayfor reporter more seriously of the two.

I,Miss Ruth Sternberg. Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof Friends of Mrs. R. M. Spark- a two-day run.' ,Victor; McLalen ::- The false fire alarms are generally LEILA'S
Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. and i former resident of Starke, stars In this story of the Irish sent In by persons out on a STERNBERG'SStarke.
man a
i Mary Rivers la spending Mrs.! G. H.;Bennett.; .. who has been seriously ill for several I'Revolution and Is saltf to give" his lark and apprehending them Is a BEAUTY SALON I I I

I time In Lake Alfred visiting 11 ', <, .... -i. weeks at a hospital In Header* finest performance )Jif''what Is..,a difficult task. They immediately Florida fi fit4
''r, Mrs. Fronie Crews. Mrs. T. N. Busch'and' twin'sons, sonvllle.' N. C., will be interestedto new type of role for him. ,He Is .

of' Tallahassee, are guests this learn that she Is slowly improv supported by Margot Grahame, a
i L. G. Powell has spent'the week of Mrs. J. H. Retch at her ing. newcomer to the screen, who givesa How smart she'll

Jtca days with her mother, home on Temple Avenue. fine performance.Next .

|Frlpp, in Columbia, S. C. Mrs. Jessie Mae Baisden and Tuesday and .Wednesdaywill look
:Mrs. R. O. Daniels of SarasotaIs ;Slaughters, Misses Georgia, Rose bring "Under Pressure"" with going .. ,

i Lucia Baisden of Jacksonwu spending this week at Kingsley and Martha Jean, and Miss Thel- Edmund Lowe and Victor McLag- AnnouncingThe '

| a week-end guest of her Lake visiting Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand ma Farley, all of Jacksonville, len Thursday and Friday' of next

i,Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely.. Mrs H. B. McLendon. spent the Fourth in Starke visiting week the Rita will show "In Spiteof ooeA6 Opening of it
and Danger" with Marian Marsh
Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely
I.and Mrs H. O. Brown and Little Mary Anne Canova, of father, W, W. Baisden. end Wallace Ford. eSC -Bradford
tier, Iris, of Lake Butler Gainesville, Is spending this week The Rita has announced a new fr1q Dry % .A

I tutors here Tuesday after at Kingsley Lake with her grand- Mrs. Kate Kllllngsworth and I policy In reference to Cash Night f
mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. granddaughters Misses Myrtlce which has formerly been held each E t

Florle and Willavida Killings- week on Tuesday. Beginning this

i 1. A. Martinez and son, :J. .Mr. and !lr.. D. L."Shaw and worth, who have spent the past week the actual drawing will be

,of< Tampa, are visiting her little son, of LaCrosse, spent the two months In Jacksonville, havemoved held on Wednesday night but
r.,Ur. and Mra. A. W. Red.. Fourth here with Mrs. Shaw's back to Starke and are located those attending the show on Tues
Rivers. day' will be eligible fdr' the prizeIf '
mother, Mrs. Emma at the residence of Mrs. L.
at the''box office aa
they register e ; )
< ,
E. Moseley. '
|t Patten spent the Fourth Miss Miriam Goode has returned window when buying 'their. tickets

"i visiting his sisters. :Mrs. to her home In Alachua after a MiM Kitty Hogsed, who Is a stu- '/,' .';";;,'v.'

: Flynn and Miss Letha visit at KIngsley Lake the guestof dent at the Summer school of the WILL COMPLETE I (.,'. .

'Miss Myrtle Strickland.Mr. Woman's College In Tallahassee, ROAD 28 ,..

spent the week-end here with her
i Virginia Alvares returned and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover of parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks. State Road 28 through Starko 4 I

Raday from Jacksonville Miami, are enjoying a month's visit Miss Hogsed had as guests Miss will be completed from Shell Bluff

she spent the past two here with Mr. Hoover's parents Marguerite Hendrix of Quincy and to Bunnell in the present year, according t'k

lilting her uncle and aunt, Mr.. and Mrs. .F. C. Hoover Miss Rosa Lee MacDonald, of to an announcement Tues
"i Mrs L J. Reddish and k n Chattahoocb.ee. day by members of the State Road: I
''Miss Annie Mae Pearce and Department. I "

Mrs. Tommy Lane ofo Gainesville, Friends of Miss Miriam Jacobs, The unfinished stretch* of Road

spent the week-end here with their who has been enjoying a visit 28 consists of ten miles, all of I 1
IT TA A WORD parents, Mr and Mrs.P. J. Pearce. with relatives In New York City I which has been graded and on II I II '0

and Long Island, will be Interested which culverts have been built It I fig'fig'h'
Miss Marjorie Cook left Wednesday I to learn that she Is now attending I Is expected that Its completion will
[COLUMN for her home In Lake the New York School of Design materially increase traffic over

Wales, after a short visit here with I In Shaplelgh, Maine, where this road. ., 4
good-one tires good two-wheel Rev. and Mrs. B. M.. Montgomery she is taking a special course in "r
at bargain.ltp. .
'Mrs.: James Godbold of Jackson- :

-Lot 2, Elk 32, Johns ville, spent Friday and Saturday local W. C.T. U. held.an Interesting PRIZE tl"
.a.. Starke. 80 with?her mother, Mrs.'W. S. Stro- patriotic meeting on Fri-
acres. M- -
ers man, and sister, Mrs. S. S., Dowl- S at the home of Mr. '
protected SIS: 73rd day, July You Will Find Our New Equip .
kJyu, N. Y. e-ai-af Inc. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Fifteen persons
were present, among them being I
ment And Expert Operators
IIOBILI!,: For saJe or i Mr. Joe Gill of Raleigh, N' C. Mrs. G. H. Lowry who contributed

QuIgley.for lumber or shingles. has Joined his wife here for a short to the program, and Miss AWAY SOON Waiting To Serve You At The
with her parents, Mr. I who was piano
1&U visit ,Margaret Lowry This triple-tone ,check U.
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez at their cottage This organization
accompanist. Bradford Cleaners. Simply
CARDS, just one example of the -
for O; S1.II0 any at KIngsley Lake. .will meet this afternoon (Friday)

stationery for, 100. Mono- :at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Look all the; tickets smart new prints we haveon Phone 59 And Your Needs '
100 eleeta and Edna Mae up
tllVelopes _:Misses Futch. hand in ABC Percales.
S2.7:5.: Bradford Moseley, are) enjoying a visit In I have received in our Will '
Tlkgnph Phone 29. tS. uncle and you We've Early Americanflorals Be'Taken Care Of.. 'fir;
Wildwood with their I :Mr., and Mrs. Charles Imbach Aladdin Lamp Contest go .
T!:'-Ir,5hed, In aunt, Mr. and. Mrs. L. W. Strick- .Miss Myrtle Strickland and: Street tweedy effects and rl't t
; '
will be able to locate -
home, or two UDtIanalahAddress land. Dendy of Gainesville, were In that you plaids-every one backed ,. tONE

:'R" in'eare Jacksonville Wednesday night them should you be by ABC's guarantee of
pb. Mrs. H. A.:;Durden and daughter where Mr. Dendy. tenor, sang on
ltp'Furnished the lucky winner. color fastness. Start sewing
,, Betty Joof Marlanna, spent the Amatuer Night Program.
or unfur- the'week-end here with Mrs. Dur- which was broadcast over WJAX today and by this time

'partmente for rent on den's-parents. Mr.,and .Mrs. J. H. |.at nine o'clock, ;Mr.. Dendy beta,; You will be advised later next week your daughter

Soo f oors.. )(1''. F.,H.WANTED Rltch.. one of the sixteen contestants presented of the date of the prize will be completely out
He recently -
this .
program. .
on drawing as soon as we btted.Jacobs'. t,
Lois Adklns district ; '"
Hazel and In a .
for Misses won first place ,' ""
III Parker, Rawlel" are expected horn today after contest staged over radio station, have received th'e' Lamp
Duval, Nassau 'With I DAY
IDtI Starke. Write toda spending several weeks WR17F. Gainesville from the factory. SERVICEBESSENT
to., Dept.- friends in Marion and Black: -

'f sea. AQ..223-SB, N. C. Completes DrivewayArthur'
jf jfraoraiz"1ofEs

Mr -and Mrs.: R. V. Russell and Williams,' proprietor of & RITCH

at'PPLIES: daughter Mr. and Mrs. S. K. New- the Magnolia Hotel. has completed Call BRADFORDHARDWARE '
drlVeleadlnc.lrom ;
g Marjorie and a
machine som and daughters.
Street to tht hotel beJlding. Or- Next Door to Poet Office
typewrite and Mr and Mrs. ,
Mats paper, all of Jacksonville namental gates mark the entranceat y .
It second Robert Trowbrldge, of CO.
the the street, and quantities
Bradford ,,.were Fourth:of July guests
l been planted along
office.m 11'hese of Mr.and :Mrs. R. A. Newsom at shrubbery have -
their home IB Cherry Street. the drive

It ? a'v+ ,,, yk..YrlF4', + rn ,u, ,ri'R't' 'G'd,6h', + ;' ,.' 9l a rjvY

vtV'1 { 1Ii'

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r EROSION DAMAGES SOILNORTIIWESTER.'II' INVERNESS County officers The regular scheduled
FLORIDA said four unmasked armed robbers for Tuesday evening serve! ',
I held up a filling station and lunchroom to a later date-Bext was shift,

GAINESVILLE-Florida is' relatively LIVESTATE NEWSNews In South Inverness, escaping to hear a visiting minister't'uellday f
FARMERS SECTION free from destructive soil with about $200 In cash,'three slot gospel Lloyd L. King, Of ,

erosion, but in the counties bor- machines and a quantity of cIgar- Dunnellon Baptist Church pastor 'c,

I Conducted by Demonstration AgentsK dering Georgia and Alabama running of Florida In Short Paragraphs, ettes. They said three of the ban An informal Impromptu
water has robbed nearly 2- I I1111I dlts entered the place while a ory song service was 1I11'1tJ

I. 250.000 acres of much of their pro fourth was waiting In an automo- der the able leadership enjoYed 1IJ!

ductiveness, taking from one- bile outside. ;rh.'two attendants, King, who of 11,
:: ..
m- .
."' I.d .. a and a woman brought
-- fourth to three-fourths of the top- young man young most. vivid lesson from I

F GRASSES, NOT WEEDS, soil from more than six per cent DADE PROPERTY ASSESSED FAMILY BURNED whose names were not given, were ter of Epheslans on "Th" Chap
of the entire area of the state, according tied and locked in a wash room. er-s Position Bellev
r Hints To Housewives ARE CHEAP FEED FORSTATE'S MIAMI Assessed value of KEY WEST-A family of six, freed tbeniselves and In Christ,
to information received re- They soon
,\ BEEF CATTLE Dade County'real and personal victims of morning blaze, The message ,
an early was very
cently by the State Agricultural, notified the sheriffs office.' Neither hl'lpt
-- property for this will be be- buried In at and Intensely
I fl'Clm- year was a single grave absorbing
Weakly Home Demonstration Extension Service from the Soil!) was hurt. to till
GAINESVILLE A compl.teyearly splendid
tween S70,000.00d and $71,000,000 the sane hour an Inquiry opened audience who Were
Specialists, Tallahassee cycle of home-grown feed Conservation Service.A gross. Last year the figure was into the cause of the tire. Mr.: .,--, hear Mr. King despite the cut II
and pasture Is necessary for prof- reconnolssance'survey cover- $68,000,000. and Mrs Harry Atwell, the FERA I CHASED BY JINX ment weather. Incl.

LOOKING YOUR BEST Itable beef cattle production, say Ing every county showed moder- .' worker and his wife, were burledIn PALATKA. -A series of mis- A good lesson is in

II We are in a habit of thinking of W. Sheely, agent In animal bus ate sheet erosion entailing a loss DROWNS IN TUB one casket, while the bodies of I' adventures, which numbered ,almost those who' are present fit store toi
with the State Agricultural of from one-fourth to three-fourths \[
bandry their children 5 3 next : meeting
Nicholas, thirteen Dorothy, ; Henry every member of a local par- week
certain of our acquaintance MIAMI-Billy
: persons Service. of the
Extension Improve-, topsoil on 2,246,664 acres
drowned in and Gerald 18 months were placed ty which spent the Fourth at: Day --------.--
months old a -
well dressed., What of animals and in' destructive 827- -
I as being ment In quality Gullying was on in another.. The late
bathtub at the home of his pa- tona Beach, counted among:'the :M. L. Plymptoll
is that gives us this Impression? .. feeding Is making steady progress 009 acres. rents. Police were told the mother casualties maimed fingers, cut queathed $8.000 to the city ,b'
"f( Is It because they always choose in Florida, he declares.Mr. Erosion in Florida is confined left the child in the tub In REWARD OFFERED feet and sufferers from ptomainepoisoning. City Fla., to be used to
f' clothing suited to their individual Sheely calls attention to the largely to the cultivated soils in Three fingers of one swimming pool for build
which there were but a few inches TALLAHASSEE: The state white
Sp types We realize that these fact that grass Is the cheapestfeed the northwestern part of the state, of water, while she answered the and fresh water- fish man's hand were split when a fire- )peop,.
i, things along cannot make us appear for cattle, and that cattlemenare Glenn L. Fuller, chief erosion specialist door bell. She returned to find game has announced It would cracker' exploded in his'hand, as
I well dressed, else we would attention to the production reported. "In the counties
giving .
the on his face In the water. information he sought to light it from a cigar.
select one dress, beautiful in itself of grass on both range and :bordering the Alabama and Georgia child e pay $100 to reward the arrest for and conviction A small boy suffered a cut foot, MALARt666eA.rl.: .
I and wear it on all occasions. pasture. Many of them are sow state lines, sheet erosion has leading sustained while in bathing. One .
)w What are the other things L to Ing grass seed and starting improved -I caused,loss of twenty-five to sev SHOLTZ ,PLEASEDTALLAHASSEE of any person ,taking, deer in, woman fell on the dance floor and
4 which we must give heed in orderto grass pastures. ,Others are enty-five per cent of the surface Governor wild turkey and quail illegally injured an arm.
;i, be well dressed? cutting bushes, briars and weeds, soil on much of the sloping land Sholtz, returning his office after Florida. "The reward offer stands .
a week in Washington said he until it is withdrawn," said I. :N. e': -- '
their and rangesto under cultivation. Scattering ar.Aivei Tonic
?IY' Wearing the right thing at theN mowing pastures gullies : TNo ie andDnora
had "very,successful conferences'with Kennedy, executive secretary to CARD OF THANKS .
right time is part of being well give better grazing. develop with sheet erosion, but Laxative
: dressed. The girl who comes to ,"Weeds and 'grass can't occupythe severe gulying is not usual. The officials there on,the Federal the commission. We wish to thank everyone for

r school looking as though she intended same ground and furnish gracing most serious erosion was found in programs In-FJorlda" "In every the kind expressions of sympathy r ,
going to a party cannot be for cattle," he says. "Use a the northwestern part of Jackson Washington office, the governor LEAPS FROM PLANE for us In the loss of our husband "' "'
r> 'called well dressed, no matter if mowing machine or some other County," Mr. Fuller said. said, "I found a keen Interest" in JACKSONVILLE! BEACH" and father, Ovid ;Haynes. Weal :

her, dress la beautiful In color, Implement to destroy the weeds" e. Florida and her problems. scores of startled 'negro bathers o greatly'appreciate the beautiful -

At Mr. Sheely's suggestion, GROWERS' VOTE FAVORS TO BA1BS00JACKSONVILLEWith looked on' Leroy Turner of Green- flowers that were given. ,

k expensive. John L. Edwards, well known Marion FLUE-CURED TOBACCO wood, S. C., who came to'FloridaIn Mrs. 0. Haynes, ,'il''"
called well dressed who has curled County cattleman has mowed ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM Florida quest of better health,'plunged and family.'Jacksonville's :,: '
''l her hair until It is frizzy, who negleets its pastures for the last three producing, tung oil to meet 800 feet'from an airplane to end I ,

her finger-nails and makes rears and has practically eliminated GAINESVILLE-Florida growers competition of the orient, the Federal his life in the, Atlantic ocean. He Leading Hotel
? herself a caricature with powderand weeds from the pastures.. In of flue-cured tobacco favor, government is now considering was beUeved to have died Instantly -

rouge. I uhmowed areas the weeds'' grow continuation of the adjustment the possibilities offered in the after the Impact against the

In the final analysts, being well so high the cattle can hide' In program with this crop, having commercial production of bamboo. i water Some lifeguards said it
tk dressed depends upon five things: them. Mr. Edwards Is extremelywell voted 17 to 1 for its continuance In America annually imports over 'was probable that he struck the

first, the colors worn must be pleased with the results of his the referendum just concluded, according two million dollars worth of bam- hard sand bottom of the ,ocean. '
to an announcement by D. boo which is Used in the manufacture I le e
harmonious with each other and mowing campaign. GE
E. Timraons of the State Agricul- of a variety of products.
'with the individual complexion; BOOTLEGGERS ON SPOT
b second, clothes must be beautiful SCREW WORM CONTROL tural' Extension Service. A, totalof KiIAMTALLAHASSEEFlorida TALLAHASSEE start' ofa
MAKING 1,357 growers of sixteen counties IIONOR
y Jn design; they Tues- vigorous campaign against bootleggers -
FLORIDA voted "yes"-while 80 were
registering'oppositionand -
suited to the Individual type of '
In Florida has been announced -
day paid tribute to the "
287 failed memoryof '
the wearer; fourth they must be J. A. Cormier director 4
GAINESVILLE: satisfactory to'cut,ballots. William Dunnington Bloxham, '
; suited to the purpose for which progress Is being made in the The referendum was conducted only man ever to serve two termsas of the state beverage department.'We're THE SEMINOLE Stands for tli
Intended and fifth the
they are ; .
going1 after the bootleggers ,
screw worm fly control campaign by county farm agents under the elected Governor of Florida.
wearer'must be well groomed. being conducted ,by tbe _United supervision of the Agricultural Public'ceremonies marking' the with every resource'at our ,JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA best in travel.

It is a comparatively easy mat- States Department of Agricultureand Adjustment Administration Ad- 100th anniversary of Bloxham's command," Cormier said. "We're CHAS. P. GRINER,Manager .

ter to apply all these standards to various state agencies It'was vices from Washington state thata birth were held in the historic Senate going to bring prosecutions under A human,' home-like Institution This trade.mirk
/ the appearance of other people. It of the State the state revenue law which provides Where ,will find Individual on bus itallona in.
reported to a meeting heavy vote in favor of continuance chamber In the State's centuryold you your Florida Motet Uas'Umlliar
r 5 is easy to see their mistakes and Screw Worm Control Committee haa been cast throughout the Capitol here., penalties for selling It,with- comfort,and entertainment shads lot Ot.best la tnuporlalion.maroon t 3
their successes. Let us try to see out first the state, excise matterof
her' recently. W. G, Bruce, direc- country. paying a S decade ol Mrrlnq Florida wife
s9 ourselves as others see us and to tor of the work reported that Tabulation votes counties I WOMAN PASTORST. tax" Five arrests, Cormier said, great Import qu at'scb.dula. on-lh.mlnul. wni
acquire the same Impersonal and slightly heavier Infestations are PETERSBURG'._ Dorothy already have been made. ance. acleqaa" terminal UcfflttM. and JUT.
critical attitude toward ourselves noted in the peninsula part of the showed the following results.. Carroll Thurmond la the first woman ... A steel fireproof bilIldIng'located oulr comfortable bum hai owdtIbe

state, while the flies are not quite Alachua 199 yes, 16 no; Baker, 7 to be regular pastor of a St. ENDS FIRST YEAR In the heart of the city. pr+.l.r.. and 1 Bradford 13 and
; 1; Cal-
a so abundant in northern Florida. Petersburg church. She has been KEY WEST-K.y' West last Every Room with CombinationTub On.. I a
houn, 4 and 0; Columbia, 131 and w.
held at the office week ended the first year of a and Shower Bath Radio Electric -
The meeting was appointed to serve at Lealman Avenue JACKSONVILLE $ .80 fl
10; Gadsden; 26 and 0; Hamilton, Ceiling,Fan, Slat Door for -
of Dr. Wllmon Newell, dean ,Methodist Church. She is spectacular New Deal.experiment TAMPA __---w_ %.60 4,
321) and 15; Holmes, 10 and 0 Summer:Ventilation, Comfortable
of and In transforming the bulk of 'a PETERSBURG.: S,01 SLAKE
of the College Agriculture the daughter of Rev. ,Charles E. ST.
Jackson Beds Mattresses of Inner
41 and 0 Jefferson 13
; ,
W. chairman of the committee. Dr, F. Carroll, pastor; of Grace Metho- once-thriving industrial and mill ,. Spring Construction and individual CITY/ ____ 115 2.
and 0; Lafayette, 128 and 17; aryi center ORLANDO ___.__._ %.60 4,
C. Bishop of the U. S. Bureau of dist Church arid has held a'local into a haven for tour-
Entomology,'Washington, and Dr Leon, 6 and 0; Levy,,1 and 0; MadIson license''since'1025. Ists.'' The'city must look to new .reading a "4ssRATES ; LAKELAND' __..... %,65 tl

W.' E. Dove, regional director of ,' 21 and2; Suwaanee ,411 and preacher's. eaders In'the second phase of n MIAMI _________ 5.80 10,
2 21 and LEESBURG ____ 1.70 S
'h ....." sea few screw worm control, Atlanta, were ; Union, ',P'2. O TLtTHRE.\T help: for those who help them- 78 Rooms with Private Bath

'01 .a .. Aeeldea/ present for the session.. TALLAHASSEE ..d Dennis H. selves" recovery regime. Julius F $2.00-Single Smith's 'Service Statio
"d ll.. u rP.Ilet It was reported that thirty-three WORDS ONCE SPOKENA Smith; whose pardon from the tone, Jr., former Florida Emergency 80 Rooms with Private Bath .
NOW U "II. wit conscience '
Olft ...... P..o_ .county and seven district super peasant with a troubled State prison was revoked' on the Relief administrator who $3.50: -Single PHONE 120-W'
;rat} lriawee. f. saewr. ,visors are at work in the control went to a Monk for advice, ground that he threatened to'kill set Key West's goal as "the Ber- 40 Booms with Private Bath
to trio ssat saying' he had circulated A vile
... ........ program, which is financed Jointly his wife, must return to prison, muda of Florida,'' is gone.' On $3.00-Single Y
with federal and stats funds. Sup tory about another, only to find it the penal bureau here said.Smith July 4, 1934, the city council joined 24 Roma with Private Bath .

plies are being furnished at, cost was not true. was arrested near here and placedin i the Monroe County Commission $3.80-Single .... '
to stockmen needing them for "If you want to make peace with the Leon County jail to await .in declaring "a state of emergen 19 Sample Rooms with Private ,,' ,

treating infested animals. your conscience," said the Monk, return to Raiford. He was sen-I:cy" to exist and asking Governor Bath _>?___-__,$4.00-Single

"you must fill a bag' with chicken tenced to life for second degree Dave Sholtz to undertake a' rehabilitation SLIGHT INCREASE FOR f.l 'P. D. M TOR illm
It should be your aim to see the down go through every dooryard murder in Union County in 1932. program. DOUBLE OCCUPANCY ?
mistakes In your own costume In the village 'and drop into each .e -

and to know how to attain success. one of them one fluffy feather. BODIES STILL WAIT
We will remember that it is not 'The did be told. '
peasant as was OCALA-Although nearly six
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thou gh-Terese." :heavly-handed attempt to con- In the end. t thought she had you ,

.\ CHURCH 0. "I hope I never see her again. !versation. hooked for the wedding belle, etc y 4',, ,
,' C B, Price, raster tl df OMO Sherry breathed fervently He no- "No--how'a tricks?" You thought so too didn't you?" t '

Jlefd School 10 o'clock. a. m.? ticed Edgar's smile. "Now if you "All right If--have a cigarette," "Never mind what I thought* Mt "

Y think I'm going to take any chance Sherry said In desperation Sherry said.

nmWorehpt a. m. f on losing a wonderful girl like "Thanks," Jim graciously refused Jim grinned broadly. "You o

yct. ; ppm. InmfiSe af.y.'loyiyAE.Tia0MA5A.cpc Marcla: tho offer "I'll smoke my own. went about looking aa though you

1'e p UWorShlp 8 p. m. "Reformed ehr* : Never could stand' yours-If you were afraid you h_l swallowed a t'' d
r Teachers I Meeting Wedaesf'E :Z BEATRICE I : FABER sawed: remember: bad oyser. And then Just In the w

S p \. -'ME.T i "I'd forgotten that Importantdetail nick cf time along blows this British 1
.': prayer service Wed- a 01Q.LDWYReMAYER He" laughed. "You know though I ," Sherry sneered. bird with the title. What's bin r I ?

.id Week S p. c:. .- ,, .i c.T u '".aSYNOP8IS _......___ L I I never thought she'd tome back -As I said before it's nice of name?" ,,.11 5., ; l t
sdaY. Stafford stood at attention In I 1
( :)Iarcl Townsend should have you people to ask me over" Jim "Lord Moulton. ;
Methods Church living with her sprightly grandmother ? This come house home""Why Isn't A mallclou.'smile spread overEdgar's the doorway, "Mr. Staluton has arrived paused weightily. "I take It this 'Moulton-the the lad. Whata
a Jail. "
face. "I
wouldn't ,
Pastor. Fanny Townsend miss sir invitation?" rotten time ho must be ';
M. Montgomery falls "Of course not. I wan a ;Joint having. 4't
R. suppoae the what's "
/fI in love with coming anything In the "Mr. Stalston? Sherry "I've back. I And what he must be..' '
'- school-10a.m. Sherry Warren New truth Is-I get so darned restless" world." w Just got was busyIn a sap
St klp-11 a. m.' York's handsomest heartbreaker.But him In amazement. "What Mr. town" was the surly reply.
She rubbed her clammy hands "Look here Jim Sherry protested 4 ,
"Ch : m. when "he to "How do you mean what's comIng Stalaton? Jimgrinned. "Yea I guessed I I '
P. her
; propose!' she against her dress "And there < "you shouldn't say thingslike )
Wore 1p..g:00 m. accepts with the "Ibelieve It's the Mr. Stalston were busy whon I saw '
yDv : p. understanding comes a time when you Just can't you you that. Not conducive to inter (G'
rOIl ing invited to all these serv- that they will expect nothing of do without banjo music." "Oh nothing,? Edgar was aggra- who once wanted to shoot you for having supper at the Club Cascades national good feeling. Our Brltlsla '

are their marriage bit a complete vatingly mysterious. "What are stealing his wife:' Edgar was all last night cousins, you know." h-

flop. For a year and a half they Sherry moved slightly with an- you so worried about? I thoughtyou but smacking his lips. Sherry thought pleasantly of f
Jim's smile scoffed at him. "A.
noyance. "Darling:, I tell you I feel said Marcia had Jim Stalaton la the
Church'Rev -.ire.blissfully happy. Then Sherry forgivenyou stepped several delightful means of put
Freiibyterlan like lot of consideration showed
a skunk.
I'm you
as I "
meet sorry as ? room.. "Hello Sherry Edgar. ting a man to death. "It's Intriguing i
a girl who la
Minister with his ,
George am. gab er ,School roqfiln Edgar. That night he telephones '..can....,.. be. If I wanted to lie to you "Of" course she has I'm not worried "Hollo, Jim," Sherry replied mechanically -have you here" he muttered. that Diana British on cousin him. when Still you self-pro wished f r"d':t( y {+

10:01: Worship; Marcia and says that he Is "What do you mean-intriguing "
M.-Mornlng tection la nature's first law. e e"You're
11,00 A. taking care of Edgar. Edgar however "Who Is she. Sherry?" Edgar clasped his hands like A "HI Jim.." Edgar waved at him ," Jim prodded him. "Most people tN #

J'DIon by the pastor.Christian En- Is at the country-B guest in ""Tereae Oh a graduate of the schoolboy with a secret. "Well you from the couch. "You know my would say I was pretty decentto "very severe Diana hast ) '
6:30: p. 1I1.-Junlor Dlorcta's home.) ol
Worship. pose you'd call her." know." Jim snuggled his hand in the i Sherry bowed Ironically. "You "Yes, decimal points... Jim lean +} at'" rh'',
30 Evening :
q p. m.- Chapter Seven Look here Sherry. Marcia Sherry turned on him ferociously dog's collar "Hello Rover." see me truly grateful." I' eel over confidentially. "Do you ; I ))1,5'r,

Chrltln Church stiffened her trembling legs "I "What do you mean you little Sherry had now somewhat regained "I'm more grateful to you. Why know she used< to call me JlmsyBoysle l w ,. s
f118t < BANJO MUSIC have reason to call her anything I rat?" his poise. He held out his don't ask me why I'm grateful ?" 'y F'tSherry

gv. IV. T. McGuire. pester want haven't I?" He was mul- Edgar cowered back In alsjrwi. hand, though a little reluctao'ttly."Glad to. you? Well never mind He shook his head. "Hard tn I d'

Bible School 10 a. m. Edgar, looked at her vacantly. Ishly silent "Answer tny question "Now cousin-second cousin Sick to see you" settled back comfortably. "I'm bear." HM 1 '

Communion 11 a. m. "It can't be me. I'm here." Sherry straight out-yes or no." him. Rover aick Him.' "I'm sure you are." Jim nodded grateful to you for breaking up Jim looked at him ISJ l '
rhristlan Endeavor 7,p. m. "And I'm here" Marcia said bitterly "No lies\ you understand," he finally -I Rover Immediately J trolled over obviously much more at ease than my unhappy home" "What sort of a tag did she tie oa 1 ll{ Il'

prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 "and this was to be our replied his voice gentlo. on his back aU ',four legs In the Sherry. He glanced around the Sherry made an unpleasant ?" ,H; u'''
you "
5t weekend\ alone. She glared at "Never have been any never will air. room. "Well this la very pleasant sound "Says you." 7k

preaching Second Sunday -11 a. Edgar. "Taking, care of you. And be any. Now shall I answer you?" There was a sudden peal of fem- -now that I'm her. Had a little "Says me. Oh I know you Sherry started then his llp-

>d 8 p"ttowwood inine laughter from the' door. It closed firmly. "That's a secret that 4 t 'a, ,
k ( m. tYY t" t
:...._ was Marcia doubled over from shall die with me.
; Baptist. Church wholehearted mirth.Chapter "But /Sherry! Jim asked "did I I

n't I givea swell Imitation of a a s f
Rev L G. Hemingway Pastor -- We're giving .a big broken-hearted husband? Be fair 1 I

Services every Sunday. Bible EightUNEXPECTED dinner tonight, and ell now. didn't I?" +''J '

Study 10:13: a. m. Services! at 3:30odock : GUESTS I'm going up and get t "Not bad," Sherry said grudg' ?j'
In afternoon3gTSEL ''y
.a little ft>At."
"That's the funniest thing I've "Didn't I withdraw from society tt i YMa

BAPTIST'CHCBCH' ever seen In my life" Marcia k- r wh and go and do a thing I'd always)

BeV. L. A. Donnley Pastor tY burbled, pointing to the dog. wanted to do-spend a solid year '' + ,*

I'Services every first Sunday. e "Hello, Darling. Sherry sent In East Africa shooting biff A' ,

J Sunday School 2:30: p. m. an anxious smile to her. game T"

I',,Bible Study and Prayer Services\ "Hello" Marcia returned gaily. IT I +t y "Instead of me? You did.. J, ?W

|wry Saturday night.: ... ,sow d She patted the dog on the head. "By the way-" j
"Good' old Rover," Then she There was the sudden but unmistakable
touched Edgar's'head. "And good u t twl sound of a woman's) il
m old Edgar. I. 1 voice from the entrance hall. i

JONES Sherry patted 'his own head. "Ducky Isn't this house too too

BOB, "Good old Sherry" he said wist ,frightfully attractive?" } S

] 4 fully., "I'm almost human too." M ( rn Sherry and Jim looked at each w,'

Comments On Herehereafter % / gr, m -t She smiled. ,/Are you? Give d other aghast "D I Ian a," they '

And me your paw?" He put upon hand breathed together

q obediently "Sherry Warren! Look (And now Lady Moulton la also "

at those dirty hands. And with 3'L' Ii 'I .a houne-guMit. What l I. the terna

The writer recently visited a guests coming too. 4 Ing of this strange party? What. '

tome where he lived for .a .few "Guests?" doe Marvin hope to accomplish by

In what' It? Don't mlM next wtwk's 'es'w 'le
months twenty-seven years ago. "That's I came down to ,

the front yard was a magnificent I tell you. I'm .glad I rememberedIt. citing Installment) ,'

otk. Twenty-seven years ago It ." '
MAoeTl was a small tree.' How Ume files! I "Who's coming?" Sherry look- In linrvby given that un- '
I wonder If I as a human being ed at her perplexed.She dr and l by virtue of a Final D.or*. p ''I ?'
I of Kornolonur .ad". and rendered ,C'' I
have grown In twenty-seven years gesturedly vaguely. "Oh, by the Honorable A. Z. Aflilna, 't i
u that tree has grown as a trH. ,a.3r not many. We're giving a big din- trouble finding the house but I, didn't look at It like that. You saw Ju Jtidlrlut Circuit of Florida. In
Some day that tree will die. Man ner though. And now I'm goingup can hardly be blamed for that can yourself as a dashing. love bandit and tot Bradford County. In Cnane r + -
never dies. As long a* God lives and get: a little rest: 1?" stealing beautiful misunderstood ry, dated June 14th, late In that

M must live. If we get to heaven Sherry took her chin In his hand. "No no. Not at all," Sherry an. wife from stodgy, unappreciative certain.Ins. btitwsen. cause thrln The Vd lately.ral p ln nd-

19 the grace of God we will never y. .9, Then he kissedher., "Love me?" awsered quickly. husband.." I Hunk, ifnc:; ;: .r':1i.:: "tlnN, fbnJ;

pow old. On the bank of the rlv- She nodded with';a 'fixed brilliant "Awfully nice of you to ask me "Oh I did eh?" Sherry snicker lint R the unil.r..lBn*,.". who, wan "

fin that city ls.ptree.ftnd, the aAr ,, YJ'e n smile. "Beautiful. down." therein appointed ae Bpeelal! Master '

leaves on the tree are for the healing Suddenly abe could endure It no "Yes indeed" Sherry said floun- ed.Jim nodded complacently.' "Ab will In Chanuery on, Monday to execute the the Ham %'", y4' h,

of the nations. Jesus came to longer. Turning abruptly she fled. dering around In his own confused solutely Not good enough for her. August, 1055, during OWl.dar.f 'i I ,

five us life and to give it to us Darling, I'm as' sorry aa I can be. If I wanted to lie to you Sherry watched after her for n thoughts. Wasting her fragrance en my desert House hour of door..ale.In Htarke before Vlorlda the Court, unit ,-fit' "Yt nip?

more abundantly. He doesn't only moment with a puzzled frown then "Well !It wasn't that nice" Jim air--that sort of thing." tn the hlsrbent and beet bidder for r, '(
eternal-life but whom else?" She clenched her "Please.. She held her breath. shrugged his shoulders said to life ""Well do the following doncrlbed land e?? '4
give us He gives happily. Jocularly now thoroughly enJoying Sherry came '
If "Yes. I'd have told ., lylnsr and uelnir In Bradford, }, ,
flats "It's such a stupid lie. you anyway '
I a lift that is full and life that I "What a girl! he said to Ed- Sherry discomfiture you think you were good enoughfor Vlorlda.I
Urfles. he didn't want to come, out-" ," he went on earnestly "I Edgar opened his mouth In a Diana?" he asked challengetngly. I""h' )1414 of .et'i:.Llo' Mention! cf }
her eagerly. couldn't have stood lying to you: gar."And Township a Houth.. Han.. 10
., Edgar interrupted ?
I e so lucky to have you fora tremendous yawn. "Would you two : .. contKlnlnir SO auree. more 11 /
',1Jte consists not in the abund- "But he" did. You musn't mistrust "Kiss me Marcia and let's for- husband," Edgar reminded him palsie-walsiea mind if I go up and "I don't flatter myself much or !I...... The HWW of the NWtt k o A-

j of things which we'pouel3. Sherry.. He's a changed man," he get it." caustically. _' cake a nap?" He unfolded himself when I say I was too good for her I of Hangs Hut-lion 10 It East. Township, containing:t Houth.40acton ,' I t
IjTuit Is what Jesus taught:; The assured her earnestly "Why only With a savage gesture Sherry pulled at his underlip. from the chair. Turning at the andJim chuckled "-nobody ., more or lem, QF
Itiodera mind has a material con- this afternoon he could have" slapped his face. The sudden action "What a sap-trick for me to pull door he bowed to both men. "See knows It any better than you. On- I with the appurlenanoe, ..a1d..al.' fir''
and to be mad .pursuant to acid Decree
left her
|eption of life. Modern ,man Marcia scented something. Her curiously spent last night""What you later-Damon and Pythias." IIY you didn't find It out until It to eatlMfy the earn.. and coeta !0 I
I thinks that automobiles radios nostrils dilated. ."Could have calm. "Sorry." But why a night a sap for me to let you," "Haven't seen you around much was too late. And didn't I laugh t 10. K. PIUHHYMAN,
Ae Hpeclal Master In Chanoery
me., > houses, luxurious bathrooms: ; what" club, queen? Edgar said morosely. "Nice girl lately" Sherry observed with a : But I'll admit I was disappointed '_I1t- q
'He could have stolen my girl "She amusing-genuine.
I orgeous chandeliers, oriental rugs ._, .
blurted out In "As genuine. any trampshe; -- --- -
| .-4 things like these make foriJtpplnesa. from me, Edgar
Sherry's defense. "In fact I said with bitter Intensity.
Man Is wrong, The
thought he had.. But no sir, he "You needn't be so nasty aboutIt.

.move"- Jesus we have did not the discount lees happy-things we. looked me right 111' the eye and ." Sherry retorted a little heatedly .G, r

"you can't make me feel any VoIveYc
said he'd reformed.' Ids
fc knew
that man needed clothes td
M food and "Did he tell the girl that too?" worse than I do. or
a shelter. Jesus dlsLited -
''WeU.nouh..he.d: sort of "Do you want to know how I ,,
abundance of things. feel?" her voice rose a little. "Weil i ft.rl
ft taught that too disappeared. Pir
,many things heart Is breaking. I always:
Marcia tapped her feet. There my I tam'
Ulead of making us happy make n11
thought It was nonsense-that ,
smile on her lips."I owes
M happy When thing become was a cunning I l aar I
see. She- sort of-disappear- phrase-but It can happen. Isn'tthat ,
burden .
they cease to be a plea- '" Intereatlng- x "
eure. We waste ed.

*IIId people have few who clothes live In and little no house luxur. The.- a tall next high-ball afternoon In one found hand Fanny a- "The"Marcla thing! really aches," she Pric's, endhllitVDep yl t

lea We had better' long cigarette holder in the other went on relentlessly "Just because m
those who have weep and her knitting somewhere In between you prefer another woman to me""I ohs
'P and keep watching Marcia who was don.tl"! It was a shout. "I
many servant I to'dlrect
IIId whose gazing somberly out the window of can't stand this
tired shoulders are "Sorry-silly of me to upset you I. flTI
"uhed under her upstairs sitting-room.
the load of "abund-
She out the door and In-
she finally said so.
aa* of things." The "If I were you e
most miserable to her bedroom. The key turned In '
people I know are the folk to break the gloomy silence "rd DaAUIt ADVaHTIMMINTChevrolet ,
ate have try'not to look so much like a the lock.
moat Jesus wa* rich but knocked and Marcie
He woman- Fanny
became monument to outraged
His poor that we through hood." She speared her kitting opened the door to her. She avoided f
might have
true rich- grandmother's'compassion 6r
.N. True riches mercilessly. "When does Sherry her rJ
cannot'mean ;
troll, Over get here T""Sometime ate eyes. ,
bonds .
stocks lands
) "I suppose he's sorry Fanny .<-
this afternoon.
CWt "
P True riches> mean that 't 1 > t 4 i'e'

I'tin sad tTn(1( to that ** ch-l* good>> < "Know r.-what you're w going to. -say, said.Now the tears were. reelased.Throwing -4'" t s j ; -
noble to him '. .
and -holy. In otherwe ." .
hersend on her knees be-
-..... "No. ; "
: live L
constantly 'under to fore Fanny Marcia sobbed "Oh.FannyFannywhat :x {
two fools marry.
.lordship "You were I
Jesus, and take am I goingto
[ Borders from Stafford the butler spoke from
our Heavenly "
Bar' the'doorway.' "Mr.. Warren has do? '"y"'
thus live who know how to Just come in. Madam." "You knew this was coming" Tr.ck..dl, at the'
are the
rue 'ones ,who'have. I'm here please.. Fanny whispered, stroking her t r+/
riches. "Tell him world'. lowest price Their .1*. gj
"Get rid
walked hair.
later Sherry
I1'1'.;? cheerfully moment ebullient. "Anybody "No-no." Marcia shook her cylinder valve-in-head engine ,

1At the opening Of the mine home head drearily. "Im his wife.,. DI- use less gas and oil. And their '

were-On at Miami on December. U "Who wants to know?". Fanny vorce l I. too easy. It's" quitting." strong, sturdy construction **. i s r
Were more than the "And besides dear, Fanny an- \
115,000 through ,
peopreaent. growled disappearing Sri
swered understandingly! "you, love ures faithful performance year ,
-i '
',1,, ---0' door. turned to Marcia. "Sorry, him." in and year out,with minimum y, ,' k
,- Sherry '
[iF aablngton, N, e, 'founded In Darling," he said softly. "Yes-yes." 'The tears", were of maintenance expense. That I* e r 'I u

Was the toW11 In the ,.say 'Darling' ",. sheasked'with coming fast. "I love him. 3 to .
,pWtsd Statel flamed .fDid you" Downstairs in the living room why we uy-Itpayt; ways
Ruhingtun. after Oeor., i pointed significance.He restlessly Chevrolet! See Cherroiet .
nodded taking .If In hli Sherry moved about the room ( buy your r ,.
1' it' dealer and choose the'right
-.-.. stride. "Darling. It was rotten of "
Between ". "You'd better have a drink, .
k' years 000,000 and 50.: me to stay away so long. "Soothe Chevrolet Truck far your delivery '
bake Ii are .pent for "Not at all, Marcia answered Edgar advised him. you. or haulage need*-today I ICHEVBOLBT
and mew The words seemed 'to hypnotize CHEVROLET TRUCKS ,
school tablets used by.the crisply.: ,You had to take care o! him. "Soothe you.- Soothe you," MOTOB COMPANY J,
boys *
and at Edgar. I and DBTBOIT MICHIGAN ,tG.e. iksae.
"Well, that was going to be my he repeated rocking. gently .. Caa/dd. 'w. d.,... pier set'
admitted candidly. "butI .,.," ,..c._ / c1tI: Val_ art.
..tory.he fro.Edgar
assumed an air of hurt
can see that it's all washed up .
he'd come out dignity. "You forget that I'm a
now. Stafford said He smiled guest We don't have to stay here ; '!+'*., '
the train with you.
oa I we know Torode ChevroletCo.
r Ingratiatingly "I've got to get a do we. Rover? guess .
that next time." when we're not wanted.1rwby ,
i better excuse than I "
Marcla frose to stillness, "And I Ion't you go then? Sherry .STARKE, I't.omu"! '

,am ashamed" he continued "I i sped j f j M1n


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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Ing A A,and golden NEEDED remodeling opportunity OPPORTUNITY old homes for repair and, P Maybe You've l' ODD---BUT; TRUENO

1871MEMBER for building new ones seems to be r

open to the people of this commu Heard It Butt II

g. =0= nlty under the Federal Housing '398.984

Administration as explained eves sle,99-
ftpFLORinApRESs( ASSOCIATION A to the program Business Men'sClub "" :::.-T" .:-M A HUMAN FLYING: MACHINE

\ 1935 6 t'r here F. R. French t.. nAn
Monday by ,
..., :7 'J CONSISTS
._ a field representative of the or- rlyeatleman: stranger

.. --- -. -. ganization.Up I to'.tm, stopped at our window the OP: A JACKET ADAPTED TO THE\ Bor
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as' Second Class until the present time local 'other day ,and asked, "When dl4 TUB e; AERONAUT, RIGHT AND \

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida citizens have had a vague Idea of the depression begin> ?" WINGS A TAIL HELD TO LECr
w what the housing program was all Determlned"notto" to."bite". at any ::THE JACKET: ,
__ .. -
N about, but it seemed something new wisecrack that might be making1 AND A BALLOON FROM WHICH THE

E. L. Matthews....______________________Editor and Owner remote to them and many considered the rounds we hesitated a few AERONAUT IS SUSPENDED BY
__ it another loan seconds before'replying. The old
g -h. --- -- Just agency
SUBSCRIPTION RATE where miles and miles of red tape fellow's sincerity was so evident, IONS TO THE JACKET AND STRAPS Oft

precluded any possible benefits however, that we began counting: BANGS ENCIRCLING ,HIS LEGS.ri I!
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance that might be derived therefrom. the years upon our fingers. ,AERONAUT OPBRATBS TWS MACHINE

I Advertising Rates on Application However, as explained by Mr. "Doesn't it date back to the BY GRASPING -TUB HANDLES'
-- -- French, the plan under which the stock market crash In '29?" we a ATTACHED .
housing administration operates asked- / little doubtful after all ,? TO TWE WINGS AND GOES T1'IRU
that is to the grindstone is seldom highin
At least the
nose seems to be quite simple and one these ear.. ,.,, TH6 AIR IN A FASHION SIMILAR TO

the air. which people here, whether they "And it got down to us about SWIMMING: \ STROKES

-0 wish to repair an old home or bus- 80 or '31," he added.

iness property or to build a new We agreed And, after making a
About the only thing people talk of saving these days Is home, might well take advantage quick jot In a'little black book he I

the Constitution: of. carried In his shirt pocket, the elderly DON'T BE ALARMEDHONtV.THAT'S

I o A committee headed by H. C. '' gentleman moved on. WHAT K\NO\ '

Wall has agreed to do what it can A BIRO "

ji The long arm bf the law is being stretched farther than to advance the program here and One cigarette advertises that it THAT THE BIRD CALLED\

ever these days.Vacation anyone interested In construction picks you up and another boasts ( AN"AERONUTe' !e

d? ____________o __________ of any kind may apply to the com- that It never lets you down. It's
mittee members for necessary Information about time for someone to put one !

to the average citizen, is a readymade way to as to the correct proce On the market' that guarantees to

dfspose of his'money. dure. let. you' down .When' you get tired ,
The need for new homes in of staying up.;' ;After all, we have

o Starke has long been obvious and to relax once-ra'-a-whtle.\
1)J )
mind this type of construction ball been ,
There Isn't a worse combination than a shallow ;
1 lagging behind the building and Prayer )
with a deep conviction. remodeling of business property. 111
Ian The news-which most pf us
o Several families are known to suspected all:the time-that truck

Why expect better days when so many people aren't have moved from here or have de- travel through Starke Is the fourth
cided not to settle here because
heaviest In the state reminds us
nearly as good as the times? modern housing facilities were not of the story of a little boy who

4 0h available. lived with his parents in their --0

Some people learn by experience and others still hold Construction and modernizationare home on one of the most travelled =
h like all Other phases of society highways through here His mother e

wf lighted firecrackers in their hands. -they run In cycles. A new homeIn had been laboriously attempting "
a town Is contagious. Others .
o to teach him the prayer.
see it, admire It and think how One she had to as far as "' .

This is the season when hubby makes" his annual stab fine It would be'if they could have) the phrase night "Forgive us go our trespasses \ WOULD IT HAVE

at washing dishes while the wife Is away. one just like It. Once the desire ." which she asked him to COME TO THIS 9 -*

la planted a way la almost always keLFA
after her.
repeat %
o : I\ oQ,,
found In which to make the new the trucks passing ,s''$el t ...Mw w. 1 : ,
"Forgive us -
-- .
School days have already begun for several hundred kids home a reality.,. I, by" the little boy said ever so -- -

in Bradford County's strawberry schools. Investigate the offers made by I solemnly s.Mother. the houae with the golden wind!
the Federal Housing Administra
LromOtLr was not there-just an ordla
o tion. We can think of nothing Goose TOO 'LATETO I Pens looking house, not much differ*

Solomon was a wise man, but they didn't have so many more advantageous to Starke Hub-a-bub-dare from his own.

aphabetical organizations to remember in those days. right now of home than a widespread epidemic Three types on" the air, CLASSIFY To a little girl playing In I
building. '
--0 -- And who do you think they be? Mr BUSSF.H. KATVUrlda 'WHY PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER: yard he asked: "Could you tell

GIVE US MONARCH** The crooner, the crabber, seerMarr. Pr.M .A....' The merchant who says that ev- where to find the house with t
Arthur Brisbane says a man with an automobile is like a The Bhavlng) blabber. golden windows?"
We are undera soap eryone knows his place of business
supposedly living
A bird with big bill might add. So we turn them off all three. "There It .ia," answered the I
!),S bird with,wings. a we form of Democracy and yet In and therefore he doesn't, have to
Gainesville Dally Sun. I stopped off In Tallahassee the tie girl. pointing: down the vail
1 o Louisiana one man has the following advertise may be found right here
other day and gathered enough "I see it every afternoon!" The
in Camden'as well as other communities
shyy y RCA Is 'ready to go ahead with television. This will Command powers: Control of of elections. Hub-a-bub-dode loose talk and rumor to' last me in the county. This same looked and lo! he aaw the wind
an army. Authority Three cars on the road. all The political prognosticators of his home
summer. own like
shining <
w, practically put an end ,to telephone extensions into bathrooms.You over all non-elective merchant also says that customers g
governmental And who do.you think they be? are just naturally run in the sunlight.
to him when in need of
o employees. Supervisory The speeder, the tooter, nin' hog wild up there. You can't come How ,often we see the gold
silver powers over all state, parish The grade-crossing scooter stop to buy a coca-cola or get a the goods he handles, so why windows of opportunity In t
might as well look at the depression through a and local finances. and should he waste his money In ad-
So- around them all threeCross wise
we dodge hair-cut but what some guy other fellow's life and mlsa thin
lining provided aren't too black from financial firing privileges over school teach- vertising? An answer has been
your ,-- starts tellln' you the low-down. our own I How often we i
ers. Power to spend state made to that question by a newspaper
socks. money- Words off-the-record inside dope on. thisor o golden windows In the Land-
for whose advertising man' a
l any purpose. Up until a few days when a that.. Tomorrow that never cornea!
0 ago
-- In his domain of Louisiana doubt: stumbled Into places of business -
Huey few stray coptes ,of the London Of course these wise-acres don' do not have to wit until lomorr
'A sailor'' used to have a girl in every port, but now a Long probably has more power Morning Post fell into this. col- know any more about it than''you where the owner possessedthat or next year;,, we do not have

landlubber In a snappy roadster gives him too much compe- had thanr since. the king the signing of any .country of the has umn's hands we always cherished do "but they live in this atmosphere answered frame of mind.the question This newspaper "Why- go into another territory or I
Magna -
> of gossip and wild rumor another to find the
tition. Charta. the fond illusion that English was should I advertise as follows: position
) the language Owe went around until, they get to actually thlnkln. Like the little boy in the story
If this be "Everyone ,la this community
o Democracy no doubt
speaking every day. But all thatIs everything they hear is true. need .to discover that there
knows all here
several thousand Inhabitants of that happens sowhat's
uncertain than counting gone now. We are left high and All you gotta do for excitement golden windows right where
The only .thing more your eggs Louisiana would like to move to the use of reporting the
up there is Just get some fellow are today!, Our o
dry-neatly suspended In mid-air own jobs our
before they're hatched is counting on pants after they'repatched. some nice Monarchy where at leasta news, what the use of having a
(grammatically speaking)-just a by the arm and lead him off Intoa territories, our own lives,
powers are still delegatedto column without a langpage.The dark corner then look around newspaper agleam with, opportunity. II
the of If the community can get along
representatives the
-0Today'a peo- full realization"of our' illiteracy cautiously and lean over and whis- without up'tous.,-Frostproof New
s ple. a newspaper. It.can get
dawned per In his ear that so and so la .
us when "
puzzle How is left in China with tho -- upon only along without a number of other
: anyone we attempted to solve a crossword slated for the axe, or somebodyelse SCANDALMONGERSOver
which of For
thousands that are ported killed in earthquakes and floods TilE CHINESE METHOD puzzle tucked in one ia gonna do such and such Of: things we are value. >
Illiterates in Nanking, China away instance; the adults are educatedand ,, In .Punta Gorda, after
caution him not to
few7 months. corner of tha last page of the course you teach the< thus teacher recommended for i
who children
4 every cannot read and write a specified can was
breathe a word of It to anyone as
4 Q. number of words In their better Post which for would have been much It ia inside dope you got straight doing away with the,, need of appointment by the board of t trt
ours morale if had
own lanl'U"ge.by May I, 1936. will from schools The parents are religious, ttes and the board of Instruct!
Hitler that Europe is not big enough for a war a friend In the Governor'soffice.
says skipped'altogether,
be subject to a fine those in power i ._ therefore, they can train the young had elected her for another y
under modern conditions. How about a movement for fewer in that wise, old country have : We didn't get to first base with 1.1':I ones in the creeds, thus doing and her contract hud been sign
the we'' In less than an hour at least a
d and smaller ? decreed. puzzlesot can't you away with ministers and the the teacher was asked to rest 1
wars dozen folk will drag over In
, you
what of tha were'
If there ia little excuse for Illiteracy any words there tell churches.' Folks can ,lend their and was told that there had be
r. 0 few of the definitions a corner somewbere' you
are a
in China,. there Is no excuse money to one another and thereby "talk" about her. It develo
The Punta Gorda Herald says if there is anyone who Just in case you'd like to test your the same darn story that you school boa
{ for It in this country where started a short, time before. Oh eliminate banks, They can swap that the trustees and

knows perfect bliss it is the woman who finds that an old free schools are at the disposal of skill Ai.six-letter word_.. boy It Is a great game this pick- their old clothes! or learn how to had been apprc ached by F crs
yetrival all who will take of meaning make homespuns thereby greatly: wishing the teacher not rcpP': '
liar grown extremely fat or extremely thin. II 'Roadside' worker who perhaps in' grapes off?; ;the old grapevine!!
them and where recently even tree bets," It works just like those cockeyedcbaln reducing expense< and actually putting ed who had told tales on her. T

a'i. courses of Instruction for adults letters whole heck ofa the clothing merchant out of teacher when she heard the reas'
only a
{ One man recently wrote to his senator suggesting that,, have been conducted for the ben- 'A six-letter word meaning "Girl" lot quicker. business' for her resignation beingasl
and "
efit of those who were denied this where she sleeps on board. All trade Is balled'upon a desire refused to resign and she, her fai
the Rocky Mountains be levelled off. This is perhaps the first A,' five-letter word meaning Dave had Just left on a trip to
privilege In their youth for goods. Necessity Is, most- fly and friends got on their bu
F on"record to make mole-hill out of mountain. "Tender, but box before it Washington the day I arrived so
attempt a a strong
at the Ie a
The Chinese desire. Adver
system of fining illiterates lost Its bead." everyone I met had to tell me ex- ly, an augmented, legs and fought back

o 7 might seem a little dras- A seven-letter word actly why he went ,and what he tieing has the function of remind dalmongera gossips who wo"

* Who can remember those quaint old history books tic, but It does nothing to lessen 'Not' the color, of a tea meaning rose, was gonna do up there. ing people of their requirements not come out in the open \\1'
our of the wisdom but its greatest function prime accusations. Glory for h
conception great their
s teaching that the Republican party believes in a strong national -' though. it might possibly be that. And then a guy come runnin'after factor and requested f
contained in that ancient m3 and did In all progress prosperity i spunk. Her friends
''government while the Democrats devoted toState's A seven-letter word meaning says "Hey YO'Jheal' boa
are la the, and
I country. about Gilbert Freeman I -- creating'ot new desires her a public hearing
"Ripped,,Bother the wind gon- ,
.. ,. high no of CharlU
Rights? -' i-----0---i -' doubt. na run for Secretary of State?" therefore, stimulating trade of public Instruction
LIVING ON MOSS ,, ,* and production and making for the County called a public hearing !
HNo, I says "Where did you get .
0 A
The same Spanish moss that seven-letter! word'meaning greatest possible of employmentCamden I which the charges against the tj
that ?
I What our state government lacks of being perfect isn't abounds "A fellow starts to be sore from hooey The re
In Florida has been
the [ :to cold." "It ain't hooey," he says, "I was .(Me.') Herald.. Cher would be heard.
much., The legislature' passes bills, the Supreme Court making of a $3,000,000 Industry in exposure, A. 'fiveletter'word: meaning just talking to a friend\ who Is on -- tution also said that charges In i

!knocks them'out and the people have nothing to lose but the Louisiana. While Floridians have "PI''almOll an the Inside and he says It's a fact. GOLDEN ,WINDOWSDo future agalnat teachers In
? gone by. Co*
been content to look at the moss "Well." I says!"now I'll tell one you remember the story of school system In Charlotte

expense!!lone)"'. and admire Its exotic beauty the "He's An eleven-letter' I1necessarily word 'meaning --did you hear about, me runnln' the boy who, looking off Into the ty had to be In writing or made I

'o dwellers in Louisiana swampshave .he no takes a cab and greedythough For Governor?" "No" he. says, west each morning, saw a house person or they would not be c
tJ been busy picking, curing goes on on a far-off hill with window. that sldered. That would stop UIIIY
,Five of the world's wealthiest men attribute their good stuffing." : "You ain't, are you?
and merchandising' the plant until gleamed like gold? What a beautiful the troubles of many school boa rj
"Of course rm not, I ,
0.,1, health to the fact of being rich. Perhaps they're right. Worrying at last has An eleven-letter word meaning school -
' It grown Into an Industry "but rm tellin' 'you that if Gil- house! He resolved to go to In Florida if every

.. It has long been known that the : wheelwright. and one morning he started out. It -
Into an early grave. A, four-letter word meaning"You retary of State, well then rm run- ,
coarse black hair' which the moss nln" for Governor on the same was afternon when in Joyous anticipation ,WHO 'ARE THE HtrrlEST.Who

0 yields I. suitable for filling auto- should" just'see'me. dividing ticket" reached. the hilltop. But 'the happiest people'

-t I'' The Republicans at Springfield called: the President hard mobile upholstery chair cushions; the A bird.seven-letter_ word meaning Not that I don't think Gilbert earth? are This question was ask

v"names, but they adopted a New Deal program not greatly un- mattresses and similar articles "An: animal that 'contains three would make a good secretary, butt resign,' ajso that he ia gonna run by an English newspaper

: like his own What's worrying the Republicans is that they but teem the to be residents the only ones of Louisiana who have article, -with ,a. little pair all happens that I know Gilbert and for reelection;' Mr. George WUder prises were offered for tbe
rm takln' all bets .Bob to four
around them." that gonna be appointed Sheriff of answers. There Were
'e 11 think it's time for the deal to'pass, taken advantage of this knowledgeand .
has It
Gray won'tbe HUlaboro
A four-letter word meaning any competition County; Roosevelt Uronna nlng answers
o turned it Into profit'Working "Turn the wagon round and find Mr, Freeman..,, turn the whole blamed U.S. "A craftsman or artist whist"

+ G. 0. leaders in Chicago are sending out a half a million by the hand, sometlmoeusing where It may do sea"A Then there Is the ''guy" who I. Navy over to Dave Sholtx; and over.'job well done." C
a pole, plant removed sneaks ,up to you and he' UU Hodges la be Governor child building; sand
: four-letter: word meaning says gonna ; "A little
post cards asking people to promise not to support Roose from the trees and piled on the
just heard that .. "
."It, appears thee vessel is nearly something gonnahappen Nathan Mayo la gonna run for ties. l
velt. If they really had the best interest of the country ground and thoroughly dampened aU that the screws do here." soon and when It ,does it Governor also Commissioner of "A motber" ttsr' a busy *

r? )teart they would send out. letters that require a'three cent This rot,and causes leaves,the the outer valuable coating blackinner to A: tour-letter" word meaning will just naturally tear things wide Agriculture: ; Mr.Landla la goln' to bathing her baby." finIShed

"Was"about tots''Is because... open. Of course he can't tell you I the Supreme. Court, will run for "A doctor who has

stamp. for hairs. After about. six week ':It you wish to borrow our Morn what It U now,. It .Is a deep dark I Governor and hold his Job as Attorney difficult and dangerous ope"1

t \ 0 curing the fibre ia taken to ing ,Post, cross-word puzzle for secret, but boy It Is sure hot-.:you General. and saved. a human life." (h

.Bill Griffia, editor of the Okeechobee: newspaper and leg a gin,that and cotton undergoes the same process your next evening at home, 'don'tmind' just watt! ', Somebody saw Asher Frank eat- No millionaires among j

passes through as Then no matter what, happens, In_,supper with Pruda Gore ,and notices. No kings or eors.
Islator from his haa his to how asking : one
county; own private theory as the gin removes foreign matter .1i this at
same guy meets you en the now the story Is goln*''round that Rich. and rank no
the state legislature should be conducted. He : "Let the Packed In bales averaging 150 \ lbeDlo
says street and claim that he knew Asher win resign as State Safety how the world strives for
legislature meet at Raiford behind prison bars. Use the prisoners pounds It la taken to a town, usually to discover.thezi. The dumb animal all about It all the time. "Don't Director and become buslneumanager not ,make happy lives. A

for attaches and thus save the taxpayers about $200- New varies Orleans from, and sold. The who will starve to death with : you remember I told you a couple of the Tavares Citizen, : castle does that far better than
price eight to twelve
plenty of water within only a weeks that hell
ago was gonna and Col. Marie Holdermaa is gonna -, palace It would be asadodddearth
000 in needless employment. Close the prison gates aothev cents a pound. few feet of It .is comparable to the break tooee." he says., get Cash' job as State IJb..u.1Ian if only the

v, members can't get out until they get through, and so the There are all kinds of way for man, who, cannot make a living Well, among the startlln! things when she returns from the nappy. But happiness u forerybody

lobbyists can't get in." making a living open to those who when the Instruments for doing so I learned In a few hour at Tallahassee American Library' Convention In not for a tee-siMagazine.
; ,are Ingenious or ambitious
enough surround him -
,- on every sides are that Knott .Is gonna Denver.. ; ..


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