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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 19, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TO, SPEAK HERE 'LIBRARY I GOOD., SHOTTO

GRKEBOY I GIVE EXHIBITION MANY School Projects


AT FIELD NEAR / 4
ED IS NOW OPEN TOWN INTERESTEDIN '

U/JjiJ Captain M. E.' Hicks Will Include *
[ representing ; *s st
FOR LENDING the Peter's Cartridge Com
ACCIDENT
[ pany, will give a free exhibition of HOUSINGWall r

I shooting here next Friday afternoon :

; July 20 at 3:30 o'clock on the New High HereECLIPSE t

-ouste"; Kickliter Hours From 1 to 6 Lake Butler road about a mile anda Has Number
half :
e west of town.
Fatally Hurt y O'clock In Captain Hick I Is said to be one Of Inquiries -

On Truck AfternoonGIFTS of the world's : best shots with He SaysPERTINENT Total of $113,000 i

1 rW.rZa rifle, revolver or shot gun. All To Be Asked > M .
three will be used In his demonstration VISIBLE FOR SHORT WHILE
in BEEN EMPLOYED OF ANY BOOKS here. l QUESTIONS LATE MONDAY For County \ S V 11

,S NORTH CAROLINA WILL B E WELCOMEDThe This famous marksman Is com- ARE ANS\EKED) NIGHT -,

r ing here at the: request of local -
lee Lucian "Buster" Kick- t Starke Public Library in the sportsmen who have heard of him H. C. Wall, chairman of the Fleeting glimpses of the GRIFFIS HOPEFUl .

23. son of J. F. Kickliter of Woman's Club building Is now open through police organizations, Boy Bradford County Better Housln, eclipse of the moon was caught -
r,ke. was instantly killed early to the public with Mrs. JeannetteC. Scout troops and other organiza Committee, this week said that a by observers here Monday nigh Plans 'Will Be Submitted ;, ; ;

morning when a truck Young as the efficient librarian. surprisingly large number of Inquiries although heavy clouds obscured '
undaY
.. driving overturned"on n' The building will be open dally were coming Into his office the sight during the greater par Next ,
d tear M Rocktngham, N. C. Dr. F. I.. Brook of Jacksonville\ I from 1 o'clock p. m. until 6 o'clock tions.COURT from local people' interests of the few hours that It was on Week ,

man had made 'his noted Bible conference speaker, 'p. m. except Sundays. Books will : RULES. In securing loans for modernize- view.
e young who will appear Tuesday evening be loaned free of to tion for homes. thickest "
North Carolina during :, charge anyone or building new The cloud screen gathered Projects totaling $113.000 for :a ; ,
In
two years where he had at the Mission HalL Dr. Brooks in Bradford County who will make There are two types of loans, Just about the time the shadow Bradford County schools, Include''

put employed by W. C. Miller a* Is considered one of ,the leading ,application and receive a card. ProcessingTAXESOUT Mr..Wall said. They are Title On of the earth was scheduled to be ing a new high school building for li s
Bible expositors of the United A reading and Title Two. The first surface of
of his fleet of room containing cur- applle gin creeping across the
of one Starke, will be drawn up and started *
States. Ministers and Bible students rent and loans for and remoO be
hauling produce magazines periodicals will to repairing the moon and nothing could on their way through WPA '
? received here are especially Invited to this be maintained along with the library cling buildings already standing; seen until after 11 o'clock at which channels by Wednesday or Thursday ,r'

e tad news was telephone calla and will be open to all. and the second applies to loans for time about half of that body was of next week, A. J. Oriffla. N 1' .

& long-distance who said that At present the library contains the purpose of constructing new covered in darkness superintendent of public Instruction .. ,P+' ;
Mr. Miller short delay In' service.ASSESSOR 986 volumes. Other books will be BRADFORD COUNTY AFFECTED homes within the limits of a cor Clouds again hid the scene just said yesterday. ', a

re would be a since heed added from time to time. Fifteen IF DECISION porate city as the eclipse approached com The high school building, heretofore 1 V .
here
ding the body ] volumes were donated this week by HOLDS Most inquiries here have con pletenesa a few minutes after 12 unannounced because of delay ,
to have it accompanied by I Dr. Geo.; H. Lowry. All such giftsof cerned loans under Title One Mr oclock, ,nnd the" moon did not In securing a suitable site, i

er Starke boys In their his employdriver trucks BusyMAKING books will be welcomed, as well I The United f Stat s'Circuit courtof Wall said and he gave the follow again put In an appearance until calls for an expenditure) of $82.00Oand ?:
|o were still out on as donations of current maga ing answers to a few of the questions the earth's shadow had passacompletely the' r .
Mineral arrangements had nol appeals In BoStoa! : Mass., this will be blult adjoining ,
asked abou
zines. most
frequently away.It Ir '
the south side + '
ROLL present building on
after-
'
U announced Thursday week ruled the taxes
processing modernization credit
: was the first eclipse sine
The books
Inflation now lilted cover Ii The length of the new building will
U pending more definite of theBi wide range Including history, philosophy collected under th*,. Agricultural Who may apply T. 1027 and the longest in half s a run east and west Mr; a riff is said,

r as to the time --- religion, social science, Adjustment Act unconstitutional.. ,Any property owner, Individual, century. The unusual length of and will be so constructed as to 1

arrival here. EQUALIZATION MEETINGTO poetry and fiction. The court found that no such au partnership, or corporation, with of the phenomenon was explained harmonies with the general, plan ': '

L details of the accident were BE HELD The library is sponsored by the thority to Impose'i taxes had been regular Income from salary, commissions by scientists by saying that at of the older building. Lf LfU
Mr. Miller in his teleUe business, or other assured this time of the the earth I Is
tn by SOON City, financed and housed by the delegated to the; secretary! of agriculture year was at first planned to construct
conversation. He simply source. closest to the sun at the point nIts
Woman's Club and maintained by by the constitution or by the j'
new building on a
ittd that the truck had turned the FERA. decisions of the Supreme Court. To whom do I apply? orbit-nearly 1,000.000 mile separate
County Tax Assessor N. D. site from the old unit, but r -. ;
Ir pinning the young man be- Wainwright was still busy this All persons both adults and The adverse decision will be To any flnancla Institution approved closer than In winter. Therefore, the school board was unable to ?' t i

I kit week 'revising the 1935/ tax roll to children, are invited to visit and promptly appealed to the Supreme by the Federal Housing Administration It casts a larger shadow make an outright purchase of land

[Buster" graduated in 1930 from conform to a new law requiring patronize the library. They will Court by department of justice ; or to a contractor, at this time, Mr. Oriffls said The (,

u [Bradford County High Schools designation of delinquent properties receive courteous attention and lawyers. Benefit payments to millions building supply dealer, equipment old building will be used to houna. fir i '
be was very popular andy a job that has placed consid- helpful suggestions in the choosingof of farmers and nearly a billion manufacturer or retailer. EXERCISESTo the grammar school en i

a standby on football and erable more work on tax assessors books. dollars In collected taxes are How much may I apply fort The(new unit will contain only .. t;
Uetball teams turned out by the than in former years. Upon the use made of the library Involved. Up to $2,000, depending on your class room with; possibly a room' ''t' 'l;t

iool. He was captain of the Mr. Wainwright began the'work by our citizens depends its Bradford County farmers duringthe Income, for Improvements on any Close for manual training, It Is said. The .

itbull team\ In his senior year.OWNSEND as soon as a lls(_of., *tatotat./ cer- future continuance., Let us show past year have collected large one property. auditorium In the old unit will be ;c.
e lflcates: standing t.agajnat 'Brad- our appreciation of this fins gift sums from the corn-hog reduction': How long may notes run? BIBLESCHOOLSTAUnNTS enlarged and used for both schools! -
number of months to
CLUB ford County lands' "'was ',received that has come to us. | program. f. For any up Other project to be submitted
___ __ _____ five
years.
u %
from Comptroller J. M.. Lee at Tal- Include repairs and additions ,to ;
( DDS MEMBERS ahassee. r What nwurlty" Is required? virtually every .choolln the coun-
RULING ON CHAIN TAX >have an adequate '
ThliYOU If R O E I> TO
The revision wilt ba: Completedy .. ty, white and colored, Mr. Orlffla
am' HELD Jar income ahd'a good I
UETINGS: TO ATTEND: IMtOCUAMS: t
regu"'l said These projects total l $51,000. <
29 when the
Monday, July ,
ord In community.
r TWICE EACH your TONIGHT School officials here this week ,
Commissioners hold their ,
County ; curity be accepted! If
MONTH THINKING may ---
which was HAS EVERYBODY Inst.ltuI I extended a vote.) of thank to Senator A i
equalization hearing, necessary[ by the financial The Dally Vacation. Bible, Schontn -
J, M. Mann of Lake Butler
Townaend Club met at .the postponed from July 1; the usual I ,' tlon to facilitate extension of credit sponsored by the Baptist, Method ,
for his efforts In behalf of the
irt bouse Monday night 'and time: on account of the new law. School Folks,, Are Court Upholds ; or If required by the law governing diet and Presbyterian Churches,, for Bradford County.Mr. proJcots ,:i. E
Wil new members were enroll. The delay resulting from the revision certain institutions. end their two weeks of classes today -
.
to bring the total. membership the assessor believe, will Plainly "UpA License Part Uhnt assurance need! I give (Friday) and commell't'mentexer Urlffls Is 'of very the optimistic ;,, f'I :

tile local organization to six- not ,affect the collection of 1935 Stump" Of Law (a) That you own the property lle-a will be bald tonight at 8 over which approval he thinks will be forthcoming project- A
four. This number, however, Is axes4whlch does not begin until (b) That the annual gross income o'clock.
1 far below tile total aspired to November 1.Adoption of the signers of the note, at Exercises for the Baptist school In as little time. as possible.:

H. H Young president who of the county budget State officials school Interest A three-judge Federal Court present or, In prospect, I le five will be held In the church and will

( the membership here should for' next year has been delayed un- and retail merchants throughout this week granted Injunctions restraining times the annual payments to be feature stvngs. memory work enda FALLLOANSFor .r.rryY
three or four times this large. til after the equalization hearingat Florida this week awaited with the State of Florida from I made on the note. display of articles made by the

owlnsr the meeting Mr. which time tjio commissioners keen interest the filing of an opInion collecting gross receipts taxes I ((0)) That your mortgage, if any,, upllu.;

g laid "This revolving 'pen- will be able to see what property in a three-Judge federal court from retail 'stores, but halt denied collec-Injunctions lis in such standing that the finan- Methodist and Presbyterian ex Planting r ,;a

li going to be of very mate Is left, after homesteads have been ruling granting an interlocutory seeking to cial Institution Is justified .In approving ercls( s will be held Jointly in theWoman's
wslstnnce to every citizen of'' removed, on which to base the Injunction against enforcement of tion of flat sum occupational licenses the loan. Club auditorium. Heckles

I community as the money re- .935. tax levy.SHOLTZ. the gross receipts levy provisions taxes based on the number (d) That you will use the proceeds a program by pupil. of the school WILL BE MADE, J:

gent the month it 1 Is receivedthat law agement. ment. Parents are urged to attend ex. -
will make business good; ASKS The state officials and school Attorneys' were of the opinion "'III-t signatures urn required on erclse of the school that their GREEN LEARNS FUNDS1'OR t

good business means more emNut FOR DIMESTO Interests primarily were ,Interest that thus will mean the doublingof tho note? children have been attending. HKKDS; ARE t;
for the working class at ed in the effect of the court orderon annual occupational fees since Signature of the property owner Average attendance at the comlned AVAILABLECongressman ; k,
f wages. This means 'I are. BE USED IN AD- revenue to operate the common the "Chuln Ctoro": law providesthis ; an dexcept( In special cases)) > schools was 148 during the

"of "good times" that ws en- VERTISING FUND schools for a full term next year. in case the gross receipts If the owner I Is an individual and two weeks duration, it Is said.MANY R. ,A Green was
W la past years only this will FOR STATEJACKSONVILLE business men primarily were Interested taxes are declared Invalid. Is married, also signature of wifeor .-. rte. advised this week by a director: of j
i pKH better for it will be moreY in how much privilege Opinions of the Judges will b<9 husband. No other cosignersor the Crop Production Loan Administration r'
distributed and the old July 18 (FNSA ) taxes they must pay the state and filed later and chain chores fight- endorsers are require! unless l that seed and fertilizer ',

p''It wlll be well and happy with half million dollar fund to advertise In the longstanding competition Ing the bill will have to wait on necessary to facilitate a loan RURAL FAMILIES loans for fall planting will be avail
W to eat and wear. the advantage of Floridato between Independent and chain the opinions before mapping fur- which could not be made other

i None of legal age can join the entire western hemisphere store merchants. ther plans. else ARE BEING GRADUALLY able.No word had been received here ,,
IIhJb. You might not be eligi- will ba sought by a committee of Interest Diverse The law was enacted by the recent What lit the cost of this credit? REMOVED FROM yesterday by Mrs. Mildred Doyle, ;

for a pension but you'will be wenty-four men' named here by The general public was Interested Legislature to provide $4- The financial institution may RELIEF local agent for the loans, although Rl
'm! lame> one that Is eligible. Governor Sholtz at a statewide in these questions too but 500.000 of the $10COO,000 annual not collect as Interest and: |or discount It was expected that she would 1'41.celv. }''IA ''I

f total membership of the club conference., The first meeting of most of all wanted to know how public school fund. It was pawed and|lor fee of any kind, n ASIUNGTONRural resettlement Instructions concerning; the boy l

f II BOW sixty-four members, the committee will be held at Tal- the ruling would affect It personally in lieu of a general sale tax and total charge In excess of an amount officials said today that loans within. the next few day. p

We should have at least three ahasaee. ? July 24. through Its pocketbook- In the face of repeated claims that equivalent to $3 discount per $100 200,195! farm families were taken Congressman Green said thatludglng d;
W Mines that number to hold The governor" appealed to the whether the order would Increase It would be declared unconstitutional. original face amount of a one. oft relief rolls In the year ended from his correspondence a K'

I f Woe In the front ranks of then citizens of the state to give ten the cost of the thing it buys at' Circuit Judge J, B. John year note, payable In monthly In-. last April through rehabilitation Belief acIvltles large number of person bad the d

11 for happy days for old cents each toward the fund. The the corner grocery and drug store son of Tallahassee recently held itallments.. Charge for longer periods formerly under the Impression that fall loans would.
e.
J and< better times for would be collected Superintendent the statute Invalid and the State than one year I lIon the> same dmlnlstratlon. not be offered.
| all time subscription ,W. S. Cawtbon, '
available
tinge are held contribution said bill office announced It would appeal to the I' ads. The latent reportshawed In the House of Representative ,
on the riM by a per capita of Public Instruction, total of
that In April, a
hunt Court.Gradualed How do I the note? Vednesday Green
Mondays of each month from the sixty-seven counties. If wa going "to hold tight until Florida Supreme pay Congressman
'" equal I, 12,712 farm families were listed ,
COurt house the law. In Charge By making regular opposed the Clark amendment to le
at 8 o'clock. ounty: Commissions agree. the courts clear up clients
Et lext feet tog will be on Aura The rest of the fund would be the meantime, he said, he would Instruct The law, which went Into ef- monthly payments (seasonal payment as rural rehabilitation from the he old age pension and security bhIII
Able speakers will be ought as follow Hotels, $25,000; county school authoritiesthat fect July 1, levies an annual license for farmer until the notes !hey had been removed > believing It would work a b
FERA.
t to explain the things you real estate firms, $10,000; municipalities they could be assured of $.,- of from $10 to $400 and I paid In full. direct relief rolls of the that the dlf- I hardship on person employed In 'G
lot J thoroughly understand" $25.000, state depart 900,000 in state funds from old gross receipts taxes from 1-2 of 1: May the owner of any kind of Official explained numberf private industry, ,with annuity ,
total
e__, _, ments, $75,000. All-Florida Com- revenue source with which to op- per cent to flue percent., A single property apply? erenc families* between taken the off relief rolls plan, Ire suggests In many In- .
"Transportation schools next year.. store Is taxed $10 a year plus one- 'Application will be consideredfor ; tance men forty yean of ag* or
KNIGHT mittee, .$20.000; erate the total
and the Dumber -
the
BUSY ompanles, $25,000; banks $10,000; ''ThIs will be nearly as much as half of one per cent on Its monthly -, credit to Improve one-family, during year rehabilitation >aver art refused employment and 1.
; under the -
ON i which receipts. Chain stores are two-family, or other residences; of families there would be no hope for them. '
$lSO.000.The / 5000.000 gross '
LIST and general solicitation I the approximately 'I classification on May 1, re
buildings, stores office K' favored i modtussell
" head the received from the taxed acordlng to the number op apartment ann n> n at by Senator
himself '
governor the counties the factories, warehouse, salted from the fact that many of which } '
F management building Georgia ., would
WT8T said. "Until erated under one *
BBS administer be .
PAID AT to vato and returned
last
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Bommittea tate year. had
..houaand of famine rl'
ON TO Badgad counties can top rate being $400 a year and flv.per' terra building (;rant a Federal pension of $10 per ,
AVOID decided '
JL H. Overman
C. Is
law
the fund. the nete In full before to a completely! selfsustaininglasts.
K EXTRA on cent' receipts taxes oa May I pay the north In states bayingconatltu- .
COST and R.. G. Grmsateld operation estimate gross
chairman make their
I.a vice I I
in chain of sixteen or .maturity date lanai prohibition against old age
store
'.f and borrow each <
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Jf :of, th* State Chamber a.basis of $4.900,000 reasonable 'Thq..1d the latest estimate .
elector C. A., Knight'ter -" and other lend- more units. I Yes, at any time. A pension tax. Under the conference -
la secretary. from bank of >
this week that Commerce money Should* courts finally throw rebats win be allowed for prepay ,from FERA placed the number port, adopted by the House, In
tow The, purpose of the advertising ing agencies have been collected rural farm families receiving direct "
If
alpletlng his deUn- out the receipts tax scheduleand neat charge States which have a constitutional
be to seek more tour- estimated: gross 825-
taJ& list for 1934 which lilt will not only the Cawthon previously allow doubling of the Oat sum In advance. relief at approximately prohibition, county unit and title* Kl
be PUblllhed In the> eta but to bring people to county school authorities could occupational tax based on the What If 1 am late In making myayment NXI. vlll b* permitted to match the
thl Telegraph state to establish homes and Indus- I least.$8.000,000 for operation Estimating an average of five '
count on at ?
115
month of Angnrt. number of stores operated an Independent i nontbly $ government pension. ,
amore Who wish to trie*. All businesses now advertising I' of public schools next year. merchant would pay Should a payment be more than arsons to the family official said After his wish failed to prevail In %

e the addltlona save will be asked to increase their The chain store tax law was designed for the privilege of doIng I 19 days late, the financial instltuton' the statistics Indicated approxi- the House, h* expressed hope that k
their expenseng ampalgns.; i' to provide $4.500.000 annually $20 a business year while large grocery expense, caused thereby, mately 4,1.23.000 Individuals on nany Florida cities and counties a

tall at Mr. KnihtofllcewithlB property., bringing the total school fund chain and other large multiple' ibould be reimbursed part at the farms were receiving direct relief, would be able to meet the> Federal

,, their taxes Bryant To BuildIt to 10500000. firm would pay $100 a year I rate of not more than five cents and that approximately 1,430,000/ quiremnt and permit Florida' '
ay deya the! wa learned this week that I State Auditor Bryan Willis\ was on store each of their establishment If I per dollar for each payment In arrears. ndlvldual had been removed from ged to participate In the Federal' "
the E. estimating bow much the law Persistent delinquency will clef duringUve past twelve und. ;olw
lilt busy
i has d' for W sixteen or more
b bungalow ,
work a operste
a
IG the on expected to produce in they for the financial nonth .
PUblhll1ers asd has of Bryant' could be make It necessary .M.
let In tYPe It Bryant proprietor begin the ,: taxes If the gross receipts tax I Is store I' Institution to take proper steps to New Electric Sign
WUI be will probably
to aeces- Caf" hen. and the occupational The community canning kltcheat
invalid. In full.
6y declared effect collection
The
:-- Idvertllling. COIItL! .. latter part of the week. ,I, license on store I Is doublet Infertile eggs produced from Melbourne' Brevard County, A new Neon sign I Ia being install-. ,
-. Muse will be constructed on the i nock without males, are most ed this week at the Call Street en-. '
I Ilot. to complete lost beaus baa canned more than 4,000 cans
expected
> Mr- He said he A lot of chick are .
1n ,recently purchased by -.. satisfactory for preserving pin'poses. not learn to eat. ,of vegetables trance tq the Magnolia HoteLa. '
do
<
.5ter cadsongs C. Rltch hey
.5 H.
.b Bryant, adjoining the (Continued on. Pare Five) -
produced In winter. residence on Call Street.

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HAMPTON RISING SAXTON. : III.... I.. G........ C.rrxip.iid..e The reckless driver, like ,tb
Hiss Edna Lewis CorrespondentElder Mr... W, A. Tf l.r. C.rr...<>.._. A MINUTESCIENTIFACTS bltual criminal, can't !
AMAZE
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Ml.i Ada N!...... C.ir. ae tMrs. played "Germany"here
; of Lake IF "France" I Every
Mrs, Lizzie Snellgrove newspaper
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Jane; Illgdon C. A.crby filled his City and Mrs. Susie Williams of o BY ARNOLD Sunday afternoon on the Ger- evidence of that, m carrIe
Mrs. Jane Rlgdon 79, died on regular appointment Saturday and Miami were guests of Mrs. Frank man ball diamond and the "Ger those whose lives him accou',
July 2 at the home of her daughter Sunday at Corinth Church. Summer, Sunday. mans" defeated the "French" 11 to flood to speed, to bem I
Income
Mrs. W. R. Jackson, In Hamp- Miss Anna Shalter and Ned 2. and to carelessness t
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bellamy of at the "hi
Shatter of Jacksonville are visit- Palatka were visiting Mr. and Misses Audrey and Mildred The tragic end to the

p ton.She was born in Oeorgla In 18b6 Ing their cousins, Miss Melva and MR. W. A. Tyler, SundayMrs. -- Norman, Garnetta Hubbard and reer of T. E. Shaw, the gas I
but when still a young woman Dorothy Crosby. Ft. / 'I.CONCENTRATED. / '\ Beoaie Woodles, all of Gum "Lawrence of Arabia,"
of
Dorman was :
t moved to Florida with her parents,, Miss Mildred Brown and Ver- Doran e I Branch, were visiting Miss Thelma lined In the papers of the
Mrs., W. R. I w
Pierce was visiting (
the late Edward and Nancy Robinson nice Phillips of Sampson City and '* '' Gasklna Sunday afternoon.Mrs. few weeks ago. Not
yet
I
Swanbom Sunday. THOUGHT 't
4 who made their home In Elna Conner of Gum Branch were .. R. C. Griffla or Lawtey Shaw had done war service
Baker County. guests of Miss Lillian Kelly, Sun- O. T. Nelson attended cburcb at VOLTAGE | was visiting her daughter Mrs.'M. value to the English cause v

In 1880 she was married to Ed- Lawtey Sunday. I TWO MILLION PEOPLE: THINKING' I ITo I L. Thompson, and family Sunday great as to make It almost a
; day.Mr :Mr. and Mrs. B. Batten spent AT TNt &A.NTIME.. WOULD TOGETHER: I 1 1pralsable.
her In .
ward Rigdon, who preceded and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and afternoon.We He had alstlni
GENERATE gu
where ENOUGH ELECTRICAL VOtTAGt
the week-end In Palatka
i s death fifteen years ago and to two children, Betty and Doris, of attended the funeral of their LIGHT 0P41. ORDINARY 'INCANDESCENT I are sorry to report Mr. W. himself as a translator or c
them were born six children, all of New River, were guests of'. Mrs. they LAMP. M. Reddish on the sick list at this classics. He was one of the
}1 whom survive. They are: Mrs. F. Evelynne Crosby, Sunday.Mrs. son, S. G. Thomas, who died Saturday I I writing. :We wish her a speedy brilliant of living archneo,

C. Colemon, Olustee, Mrs. W. M. J. T. Corbett of Fort Myers I night. / recovery.' He was a military and meet,
Thornton, Starke, Mrs. W. R. Is spending a few days with her 'J, C. Dixon. was a visitor here Mrs. S a 111 e Blackwelder,, Is genius of the first rank. I:

Jackson,' Hampton and Mrs. J. E. sister, Mrs. E. C. Lewis. Saturday. spending some time here with her certain that his period of
and Mrs. L. P. James of Pahoke. 1 11'\\
Mr.
Riley, High' Springs; two sons C. Mr. and Mrs. Lenn. Whitehead, I Is enjoying a visit with Mr : "II I daughter. Mrs. C. E.' Crawford. achievement still lay in the
H. Rlgdon, DeLand and G E. Rig- of Jacksonville are' visiting their ahead.
t don Starke. One sister, Mrs. Cyn- grandparents, Mr; and Mrs. E J. and Mrs. O. L. Brown., ." 1 MISSION HALL, ,Shaw's "hobby" was to
Mrs. W. R. Swanbom was a business I
thia Wilson Hampton, and one Norman.Mr. I ''The leader gave a very InterestIng automobiles and motorcycle
visitor to Starke Saturday.
t brother, G. W. Robinson, Savannah and Mrs. Davis and childrenof busi- lesson on "Why Four Goapela"at credibly high speeds on co
Mr. Edd Stanley made a I _
Ga., also survive. Miami, have returned to their to Jacksonville last KN -- .- the Tuesday evening Bible study roads. According to new
ness trip
t Funeral services were conducted home after spending a few days week i and many feel better equipped for counts, his cycle was gOlD;,

by the Rev. James Lyle, assisted with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson. People of this section are very Lr further study In the Nest Testa* around eighty miles an hour

by the Rev. Louis Alford, of Olus Elder and Mrs. J. E. Newton busy setting sweet potatoes and ment from the foundation given. he'was forced to deliberately!;
+ tee. Interment was In the Swift and children of Lake Geneva at. strawberries this week. Each Gospel treats of the manifestation to avoid striking a boy 01

Creek Cemetery. The Key Mc- tended church at Corinth Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hicks returned CHEAP DIAMONDS of the power .of the cycle.. A few days later he
night. Chi let:' Matthew treats of Him asKing without regaining
DIAMOND consclo
in cosre A
ftI last week after a visit OJus.
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bob Halslop and Mrs. E. L. Hicks was called to CAAAt TO PRODUCE IN SOUTH when He shall come and His doctor said that it \\...

Pallbearers were: J. B., Prevatt, son. Fred, made a business trip to the bedside of her daughter Mrs.J. ,. AFRICA- "reign in power and great glory" that he did not live, because I

Roy Smith, Audrey Turner, A. P. Jacksonville Saturday. K. Degolla, Sunday night at and tells of His kingdom; Mark, terrible Injuries his brain hi(
Stringer, Sr., Aaron Minton and Miss Bessie Cotoon Is spending a Jacksonville WORKING AT GOLF tells of Him as servant-eerving talned in the accident. CODg

r J. L Underwood. few weeks in Miami with relativesand As MUCH IMEMVIt humanity even unto death;' Luke recklessness had robbed the

friends. ,standard bred 'USttt IN PLAYING gives the human side of His life, of one of its gifted minds.
Keeping only
I Card of Thank. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner spent ,' flocks for breeding la an important THREE ROUNDS of' ooiAS > while John reveals Him as God incarnate Every year In this country;

We, the children of Mrs. Jane Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. factor in determlng egg else, IN PLOWING ANACRtt declaring His Deity. some 39,000 people die-vld
Ise Rlgdon, take this method of thankIng Felix Sapp at Gum Branch. 'I and color. The Illustration used brought Improperly driven motor vet

our many friends for their Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Miss Lillian\ shape ... : .d_ '" .. some interesting' facts regardingthe Among them are the famou
.
kindness and sympathy during the i Kelly were visiting Mrs Kelly's Dyal spent the week-end with Miss -.. Veil In the Tabernacle and the the obscure, the brilliant 80

?' Illness and death of our mother. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Drlg- Irene Prescott of Starke. i .. -. Cherubims on same, which,, were mediocre. Each life lost 1
We especially wish to thank the !gers of Lake Butler, Friday, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown of! : : kept ever before the people as ,A that the nation's resources
her Mr.. and Mrs. J. S.
f W. M. IT. of the Baptist Churchfor Sampson City spent! Sunday with ,GUlJl.BRANCHMIIIII' parents representation of the power. and been sapped each death I
their kindness and help, and PINE EMrs. Mr. and', Mrs.' Willis Dyal. Elizabeth Haraage, Cor. Sapp, Monday.. glory of God.. misery and unhappiness to 0
fcs Bro. Lyle for his words of com Mrs Carl Dobbs of Raiford was Mr and .Mrs.' J. F. Shaw and A rare treat Is anticipated next Reckless driving Is an unb
: II. AL' MoRse, Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Orls Denmark and
; fort. I visiting her sister, Mrs. B. M. Mc- children of the State Farm were week at the regular hour when Dr. game, at which the player q''
i ;: :-- Mr. S. Q. Denmark were visitingMr. guests of Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Con and
tf Mr. and Mrs. Rusell Thomasand Rae, Friday. F. L. Brooks of Jacksonville win tones- which likewise
and fam-
and Mrs. J. S.
c J. T. Quigley of Starke who Carl Thomas of Rising sec Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger and Sapp ner Sunday afternoon. bring the message. There will be izes and robs the Innocent-

t conducted the services at the Baptist tion were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. granddaughter. Debris, of Jack- ily Sunday., Miss Melba demons spent the song leader and musician from trial News Review.

t Church last Sunday morning' E. Starling Sunday ,,afternoon. sonville, are visiting relatives) here. Mr. an* Mrs. Wilton Connor week-end with Mrs.. L. C. Conner. Jacksonville, also, to bring.. a message -
and evening, held the attention of Gus, Fountain made a business Mrs. H. M. McRae was visitingMrs. spent the' week-end with Mr. and Mr and Mrs.'Oscar Carter and in music. present. A cordial invltat

the audience with beautiful black. trip to Gainesville Thursday. Walter Underhill of Rising Mrs. Felix Sapp. son passed through this section Those who have heard Dr. tended the public--especla

board illustrations. The services Miss Eula Mae and Etta Fae section Tuesday. Mrs. P. D. Reddish was visiting Sunday afternoon. Brooks will need no urging to be ble students.

4' were greatly enjoyed. __ __ ______ _________ __
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hJ Mr. Albert Lynch and family, ()

who have been living west of town''I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR, Oh, YeXtM

are leaving for Alabama, where
they expect to make their future
home. TOUH WC Alt AW NSEN Y RrMoN
HM .NIK.HTY" cooo I
O. G. Pearce,' who has been living TltAC' -tPCICHC, JO"'t AND WO YOU NIT ATDW AYMeANNONtyT

zl ,In the Christian parsonage, Is SHO, OOOOrccot A 9\& VC*. IK VINE : 1
1 I moving to the Durden cottage on. 1 NAVnt DTIRI CflOUtO tYEwB00Y '' WEIR M. ..
,Main Street. ? FRCWA THE ornceKltCtrriM1 OH. HC HMTO > (Oil ORUTt!

t Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon, are JIMMY UO IftCCT 5YtAt 1b
p; spending this week in South Flor OMR11 W11A'SWAS N13 WIFE 1 Mt1
The, UATTliL MfCCTS11Y
II,. ida.Emery h' JtMMYA -'T----- -:_
Priest of Green Cove .
rI ? .. -
' Springs, was the guest of his .p r

'Y mother, Mrs. I. J. Priest, this "g6ETR ,, ;
week. I ,
f
Mrs. W. B. Roberts and children -
,
; Dora Mae, Joyce and Wilbur, :

r Lea-Rlgdon, 6tAiitw' ( / ,

t: ed the' funeral of their grand :
mother, Mrs. Jane Rlgdon hero. Q
.

L AWT BY

i O. J. ...1111... c.n......... r- e
4
All Masons hi'this vicinity are
C
Invited to attend the meeting of '
1 the Tenth Masonic District at the liii --I : 4Ai:: .

t. Masonic Hall In Lawtey Monday

itA evening, July 29, at 8 o'clock.

1 O.-J.' Phillips, Sec'y. I' "THE MAIN THING ON MAIN ;STREET" a ':By JL .F. 'Van Zelm

y Strawberry Grower Busy

The rains of the past several
i ,days have caused much work to be e aim 33uzz

done here by the local strawberry MAIN WIJBtTftLSADlttd 6GO / n'IFIAT
N growers who are busy setting HEl1!PAPER rM A GcI p

plants for their next crop, for RGT.iGRD -
h some time there was great concern REWARD OFFERED
over the possibility of a short
a crop of plants but at the present FOR CAPTURE OP RI RD YE TOWNC MALL L
time most are finding ruE STRANGER
growers .......... M RaettaICn RII/Q
1 enough plants for their needs. "" OTttOS A '. MAW s
'Ie: 'IlMt COUCH.CnON '
ifABOE9T 1aa ADQ Si
Reception for School FacultyThe "Rlpt) / \ LAST rflGUT OP TKUUKU1HY -. _

Lawtey Parent Teachers AND Shill GFWP6 AMAND6QMC NrsllalaD 7bee0

Association entertained the teach- RBUftCOOP Mal CMQ Tb jL .-. 1
ers of the Lawtey Junior High e ] 4l3
School Friday .evening with a reception 0Pn.t 'U;.,
at the school auditoriumwith K 51GfhOt O1RAItiGGI2WO

Mrs. M. B. Plummer, president / ,BOOT A (W3TK9IOU5 -
of the Parent-Teacher Association BUWCtt -m."bItI. ,
presiding. o
I Hum* CMT i I,

Recovering From Operation PQCmsUWNG HUM: 9 a .

v Little Virginia Anders, daughter fee BUNDLE.

l". of Mr. and Mrs. O. J, Anders, =
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Is reported recovering from a serious C-4. --

operation performed at a :

Starke Hospital Sunday afternoon. L UAKINJLT :k BY i QlMNTiIAT

,. .
ii Personals .
Mrs. Lee Cotton and Mrs. V R. $ SPECIAL DISH OP TNt REGULAR Bo.\RDiRS : NOW IN'T THATPRO"O!$ 1G

I Reddish were visiting relatives at XT THE LANDLADY 1 GRUB IN -nlIS HOUfta OOD I SOMEONE MA'cr. ToLaN I
TkLL
Bushnell Saturday. I OW J FEEl No or4ET* I I VUOUkO O\/E A COAT INCEfR DoC MEAT .
1 Mr and Mrs. W. N. Cox and uooKING- J INDICES I ION WI
'children of Miami, are visitingMrs. I -l *co Vt
Cox' parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Ju IT HELP f C

D. L.' Phillips this week.M. 'MYSELFv '" I,
F. Brown of Tampa was a I '
u business visitor here Monday : ..
Mrs. Ruby T. Moore and children

of Jacksonville are visiting
v
relatives here this week.

G. H. Counce of Waldo, was a d -
'
business visitor here Monday. ,r sI
t J. C. Prevatt was a business visitor I

to Qultman. Ga.,. last week. i
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carradlne and

son. Lee, returned Friday from tK
New Orleans, La., where they have
a been visiting.
I
I.
Lieut. Tommy GUchrlst. of of!
Brunswick Ga. was visiting relatives i' CPAOE

here over the weekend.r ,i. '--.. *.




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.1 i; TONSILS AND ADENOIDS 1 1 the present administration, but they states which now have no old age! 1, 1937, to be used exclusively aa 1.t. f .
CHANGES In lieu of the ,
old assistance:
(By CLENNIE HICKOK R. N.) URGEDIN are wholly Impersonal and nonpolitical TheILetter pension laws, Including Florida amount age payable under the provision t; ''I,
Bradford and are aimed entirely at the the United States Senate last '
t FERA Nurse CountyIS of Clause One of this sub
YOUR CHILD HANDICAP basic principles' Involved. Il Box week: : amended the original Social section, an amount sufficient to

the FED Does your child's nose run BANKING ACTBusiness Desirable Changes Proposed [ Security Bill so that these personawill afford old age assistance to each '
It ? Does the child get a federal pension .asp to .1It
.....' N or la sore Careful study by: his organisation, needy Individual within the state
.
De C.plt.1 snuffle TAre tbe eyes red TAre Mr. Hecht said bad)'rtllUlted In a $15 a month for two years from who at the time of such expenditure '

1..1. E >there fever sores or eczema around: Men and Banker number ot suggestions for constructive Starke IS, Fla.1935.. July 1. 1935. I is sixty-five years of age or {a '?'

rare.r the nose and mouth? Does the revisions In the bill which he July By that time the government expects older and who Is declared by such '

.CAR jons: o* S child seem dull? Does he breathe Agree in Objecting( to Politi. submitted to Congress,On the other I Dear Editor Interested In every state In the union to agency aa may designated by J ,
To those who are
,agiT rIATe01of through his mouth all or most of cal Control Over Banks. hand he declared that many of the ; have caught up with the old ago the social security board to be entitled "c
.4 I the of the Temperance
the time? Does he take cold eas- change proposed by.jtb* act In existing promotion pension procession and by that to receive the same: provlded
and all its concomitant features
flv& congress- ily? Does he snore? If the answer laws "tr of a constructive I cause tribute to W. time Florida voters will have. had further, that no person who Is Waal
Florida's the following
the Presidentntence' to any of these Is yes have AMENDMENTS SUGGESTED nature and should hat. the support an opportunity to vote at the next an Inmate of a public Institution 4 ,
against. C. T. U., recently published in THE a
t0tod provision for the doctor to examine the child's Domination of bankers. If the method of appoint I'CHRISTIAN EVANGELIST will general election on the question of shall receive such old age assistance N}i ,
tb nose and throat. Political Federal R<. ment and tenure of office of the legalizing; an old age pension system nor shall any individual re-

U lioldlng Cma yaleanothely TONSILS frequently become Infected serve Board Declared. to B. members, of the Federal Reserve be encouraging who:underestimates the In Florida by constitutional ceive an amount In excess of $15
Board In whose bands( It Is plannedto "Anyone amendment. month'" 4-W ; t q qIt
1 Florida ,
per
among and diseased. They often '
lurprlse Undesirable for Depositors strength of W C. T, U. is very I
at With i the ra.nominatlon'olMetident become greatly enlarged but a as Well as Their Bank concentrate greater power than shortsighted. It has floe leadership As quoted In the Herald last baa been estimated that between
regarded as a cer- badly diseased tonsil may not be ever before could b* so altered as well conceived objectives, Friday the Florida constitution 25.000: and 30,000 Floridian'' l r''

coupled with hisdetermination enlarged at all. Diseased tonsils to Insure, as far as possible the absolute ambitious programs of activity and i now makes the care of the aged a are eligible for a pension up to $US

ty next year to take thCompany hold poisonous germs which may WASHINGTON. D. C.-Buslnes independence of the Board an Indomitable purpose to see this county responsibility and the per month aa provided by the .'

Issue to the poo- cause trouble, not only in'the men and bankers alike who have ai' from partisan or political considerations. fight against liquor through to tbe state has no authority to match amendment made by the Senate
"
r sea- before committee. of Congress H* added: the federal government's offer of; Sanford Herald. Q
fallS in the papavtlatlon resent throat, but In other parts of the peared very end. The women know what +,
It I be exists as to just body. They may contain pocketsof to present views regarding the Supreme Court of Banking they are fighting for, and where to $15 per month for needy persona -- p t

on the part of- the pus. If the child from time to Banking Act of 1935 have found common "Sine the passage of the Federal center their attacks as they battle over sixty-five years of age. TRAIN SCIIEBVUS 1 14p'

t ngresem will lead to In time has attacks of toncllitia (sore cause for criticism In those prc Reserve Act over SO years ago. opin not only for the overthrow of Congressman Wilcox advises tho Effective June 16th trains 11

( of opposition on the Issue throat), it Is fairly certain the visions which they agree would create ion In Congress and among banker the liquor traffic but of ath r Herald as follows: and 12 will be discontinued and

way refusal to stick by thedeath tonsils are diseased. the meant for undesirable political !- has been striving towards the Ideal evils aa well In national and International "Section three of the Social Security trains 15 and 16 will run as follows a'' t ifir ,

elr all\ of them gave as- ADENOIDS are located in the control over the Federal Reserv of making the Federal Reserve life. Bill was amended In the :, _, '

the 1934 elections that back of the throat where the nose System and thereby over indlvldna Board a body of such Independents The W. C. T. U. I. deserving of Senate by adding thereto the following Southbound 7I act.,

.ould. and throat join and can be,seen L banks throughout the United Male and prestige that It might be described the active support of every patriotic provision Provided that in No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. vx ; 'p
only by the doctor with a special 'They have made the point that this! as the Supreme Court of and loyal woman citizen, order to ssslst the aged of the sev- No. 15-Due Starke 4:08: P. M. ;, ? fwil//

that Congressman mirror. When enlarged they prevent undesirable condition would affec! Finance and Banking;, W* believes and we hope that among its but eral state who have no stat. system No. 10T-Due'Stark. 9:42: A. M. a ids

appears will be spared option proper breathing through the I depositors In banks even more. thai tling forces may be found many of old age pensions until an No. 191-Due Starke 10:57: P. M. f ,,. aka
t i caldwell the banks themselves. We' knew 'of Is afforded the several Northbound
of the House nose and force the child: to breathe Evangelical women. opportunity
by Speaker of Jeffer- through the open mouth. Mouth This view has been stressed 1 In no better organization through states to provide for a state plan No. 2-Due Starke 0:22: A. M. ,' t ';'

S. tBuddle) Bishop made It plain to breathing Is a serious handicap for criticisms by the Chamber of Con which they can make thelr'own Influence Including financial participationby No. 16-Due Starke 12:43: P. M. 1, J ,

Bshop hay! decided not toe any child and not only tends to merce of the United States and lIbe and effort felt than this the states and notwithstandingany No. 108-Due Starke 5:11: P. M. }

,di mat he has He. Iseven I lower its health.but may seriously question of partisan control over 1y The local W. C. T. U. meetingsare other provisions of this title, Starke and Wannre Branch irm
Congress. r
for
the race that he will be atote damage the development of the banking was the central theme of i a wonderful source of spiritual the Secretary of the Treasury No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. M '

certain Commissioner of teeth. Many expensive dentist bills statement presented by R. S. Itechl, strength. Although the chapter w shall pay to each state for each! No. 102-Arrive* Starke 1:50: P.M.T. '-

for Nathan Mayo, are the result of mouth breathing.: President of the American Banker small in numbers, It is doing excellent quarter until not later than July J. GRIFFIN,
culture! against ; Association who appeared before work for the Temperancecause. --
Diseased adenoids frequently are
b seemed a real prospect with the Senate Sub-Commlttee on Banking To the patriotic Christian t;
convening of 'the legislature. found with diseased tonsils. and Currency hearings here. Mr women of Starke we appeal for co And the Worst is Yet to Come---
\ commit- EARACHE is signal
Ill not unequivocally a danger Hecht declared that his organization operation and support. This Is nota ,
himself In letters to friends. It may mean an infected ear, desire to be helpful
is actuated by a personal matter. It has a civic .
i leaving the way open. There which is usually followed by a run- to Congress "In enacting eftectly a national and an international

|throe close to Bishop who feel ning ear, and may cause deafness. and workable banking legislation I lithe significance Do your duty by your- '
I will declarehimself Mastoid trouble meningitis (brain Hi ;4' 4 ,
that he Interest of, all our people. selves, your families, your country -
nit t Mayo. He doesn't want tomining fever), or .braln abscess and ear said in part: and your fellow-men in other ti+,

too long therefore hisart troubles often follow diseased tonsils "It it Is flnall decided that It li I. lands by aiding In the promotion of

attitude. and adenoids. A child who hasa necessary to carry this l leglslatloi a just cause, Do not wait until

running ear should betaken to through at this session we an some dire disaster brought on by ''rte +ivl

airman Chester Treadway of the doctor as soon as possible strongly of the opinion that specta the liquor traffic befalls our town.

Slate Road Department, and LARGE GLANDS Enlarged care should betaken to keep our: Act now so that such catastrophesare

Works Administrator for neck glands may be one of the credit control and banking mechanism those due to drunkenness and

da L when, as and If the Pro- first signs that poison is being absorbed free from any sort of politlca :HEdlTI its kindred evils dally occurringall :
i Works program under Harry by the body from the ton considerations. R. 8 over our country may not visit iri

*tos Is put Into execution, has sils. "In making this statement I do not I there Is greater need"now than ever

need his executive person-that OTHER DISEASES diseased wish to appear to question the propriety before for realizing this Ideal." us.To our noble exponents of the __ _
rest
1 baa set at rumors tonsils and adenoids are allow- of the Government's exerting Mr. Hecht emphasized that It Is ministry we appeal! May your 44M

{uarters will be moved from ed to remain untreated, they may, a certain amount -control over "the genuine desire of the banking voices be raised every day in pray s
W. H.
invllle to Tallahassee. and frequently do, cause serious banking operations so far as they; fraternity to be helpful and constructive er for the success of W. C. T. U.I totS

I of Zephyrhllls, road depart- damage to the child's health. affect! the nation's currency and general in making suggestions in May you from your pulpits speak '
I member from the First ConDistrict' Rheumatism and heart trouble monetary policy. Nor do we obI connection with this pending legis BO fearlessly for the cause of Tem ,
will be "Jail
1 onat may follow I ]ect to broad powers of supervlsioi lation. The changes we are urgingare perance that the Indifferent may 4.
in the matter of handling STUPID CHILDREN -, Often .over the operation of our bankini we believe essential to the continued be aroused to action.

inters. He has been Chosen children: who seem stupid or back- i institutions because of the semi-pub Independence of the Federal Ours Is a great responsibility ;;
E.
el director. Jerome ward at school are made healthy I Ho responsibilities they carry. Bu Reserve System." May all of us recognize 'that re ; '

a, Pensacola boy who be-' and normal by medical treatmentof when It comes to such matters as I "We have mad It clear that w* sponsibility and discharge the duties ? ( / _

i Julius Stone's 'right bower1t the nose and throat. the granting of credit and the mak'j do not object to a measure of public It lays upon us.' .4- _

Florida FERA admlnJstra- TREATMENT-Don't delay In log of Investments by our control in the national! Interest for Very truly __ __
Lfcill! be continued by Tread- securing medical attention for''a these are Question. of business poll proper coordination of our manifold Publicity Ch'ra'n. W, C. T.' U. ,
I In charge of records and f l- of tonsil or under said "and "
child who shows signs des that surely should not be credit operation., he we
adenoid trouble, or who has running the sola control of a board so constituted do not believe the sponsors of the FLORIDA'S AGED IN LINE ,

ears. Both mouth breathing as to be dependent upon pert legislation desire any noUtlcal domination FOB PENSIONS ,
gh the agency of the State and repeated attacks of tonsillitis 'cast'or political considerations under: over these activities through! Plorlda's needy over the aar.'of b
g; Board, of which Tread- and It U Reserve Systsro. will benefit thepassage tot t ;
are serious conditions, any administration. our Federal sixty-five years by l
fli also chairman, the needs of not fair to the child to allow 'themto "Under such circumstances we ten of the federal social aecur. ,

,, towns and counties continue. Take the child to oho Th Baits of Sound Credit that our recommendations should b* ity measure after all, The Sanford ill a aM
b can be fitted into the Pro- doctor. If the doctor recommends; "The real conditions that create I favorably acted upon because they Herald has been advised In a telegram -

i Works Program are known treatment the removal of the the necessity for the expansion or would enable the reconstructed Federal sent by Congressman Mark

l to the last detail. In addi tonsils or adenoids, follow his advice contraction of credit arise from tbi I Reserve Board to function freely Wilcox at Washington.

i the engineering staff of the CHILDREN DO NOT OUTGROW needs of agriculture, Industry and< I a* a nonpolitical body actuated Realizing the need for extending )di

|l department' has been engaged DISEASED TONSILS OB trade themselves wholly Independent I only by the dictates of sound financial benefits to the aged of the fifteen

hi! i In planning Jobs to be ADENOIDS Heed the Advice ol: of the administrative policies of and economic policies conceived -- -- ---- -- -
under the anticipated to be ii of all of our people.
the party which happens la the Interest
doctor.,
Toad I building grants to JHor- your(Taken from Metropolitan' Life power, We eel that the financial re. I "Tbe adoption of our suggestion The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the

( Insurance Literature) qnlrements
[ Anxious contractors find 'the constitute a continuing economli Federal Reserve System wholly and o BETTER, BUSINESS FIRMS I uy f

i trying. They too are all White Is certainly In vogue this process that Is not related to polltl distinctly apart from the fluctuations
'
to get going, but nobody It Is a prime favorite for cal changes. The fundamental prln and vicissitudes of political
i to have the answer. as to I sports.summer.. I ciples of sound credit d* not van; conditions and free from undue Influence The Telegraph"has 'investigated all the Business Firms listed on this '

I !the program even partially with variations In public thought) by banking opinion only page and has placed its "OK"'on each as being one of the leaders in its respective .
|ret under way. teaches that the qualIty !. Such a solution would thus have a "
I. demand for frozen poultry All experience line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to
-- satisfactory of credit Is sound only so long ai stabilizing and confidence Umpiring =
at :
continues
readers they Starke institutions( owned and Starke
our are ( operated by
I Van > oelness'Iituar
Hynlng, recently based purely on the requirements .elect on'the entire ,
led I State Welfare- Director,, prices.. It Is of sound business., It is not) / tfon"'' < I. people.) Try them, go in and visit .with them-then, you too will placd your"OK"

Ibto his job at a most mop There is a higher death rate : wand when any other considerations K beside the name of each one. Write-ups covering these various institutions .' ,

TUM and Inauspicious ,'time, :! among stable hands .and hoatlere or motives enter Into its com Banks Rapidly Reduce: Debt and prepared by a member of the Telegraph staff will appearon .t

|Stall 1S35: Welfare Board Act of between the ages) of fifteen and position. this page each week. Read these stories' and learn about your ownPatronize aN

aeaalon was provisoed so sixty-four than In any other gain : "The Banking Act would centralize Starke business people.
J make ot 11.880.000,000
his Although the sum
appointment poaalVbugh employed group. i In the Federal Reserve Board .at -
fully
act a citizen of Florida Washington means aimed to control has been advanced to banks and BUSINESS BRIEFS

the post came to,him all Florida had been spent. He was the supply of money 'la the country, trust companies by the Reconstruction EMPLOYMENT: Has gained sixty l

\ money for direct relief In forced to tell the counties that the which term Includes tbe sum total Finance Corporation sine it began per cent In heavy Industries 0

responsibility of taking care of the of currency In circulation and demand operations 'In February. 1932 since March 1933; shown a lesser FOR PROMPT AND s

unemployables would be up to: deposits in the banks which down to April SO 1935.these Institutions Home IndustryWhen' advance In consumer industries COURTEOUS 8ERVICB!

\ them..-that he couldn't do anything ; become current through checks. Ts have repaid no less than The unemployed are now estimated .i
NERVE About It. With counties deplorably which it is proposed to glvs 11,340,000,000. or more than 72%. You Bay Our Bread, at about 9.000.00O. iIf

: hard pressed for cash, tax powers the Board are Intended to enable It This rate of repayment I la reported Roll or Pantry. You Are Ab- INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY: Has THE NEW DEAL u

".. r collections being way off, county to Influence the quantity of this deposit << a* being considerably la excess of snllrttll1.Sure It la Freak. No fooled the forecasters> by holdingup

commissioners are being heard to money through open market ,that mad by any other! type of bor Chance of Getting a Stale better thin :year than was an. SERVICE STA.

t say that there Is little or nothing operation, tbe- discount rite and rower. ticipated. Was at eight-fly per
: that they can do to remedy the reserve requirements. Loans were authorized by the Reconstruction to Product.STARKE cent 'of the 1923-25 average in Hubert E. Priest u ,
Finance Corporation
i situation.' So it seems to an practical May and the first half of 1935
Intents and purposes, the The Need for Independence 7,394! banks and trust com pa Dies la Wall five per cent better than tho>>

I' tate Welfare+f Board financed to "That is the reason.,why 'we are aa aggregate amount Of 12,150,000. I BAKERY'BARGAINS .. same period last yeanAUTOMOBILES THAT GOOD dULF GAS _
was
the extent of $100,000 by the state I so strongly In favor of making the I 000. but of this sum 185,000,000 sod'IHV( ; First half production I
for administrative expense; Is 'for Federal Reserve Board a body of ; withdrawn or ,cancelled was thirty-five per cent
been taken out
the .moment 'at-+'least; Uttl '. wore 1 ..such independence sod prestige that I 000,000 has not yet ever same period in 1934, repre.

than in garner t whtca It cannot live It would be definitely removed from by the borrowers.Simplification INSHO'ES canted the. highest volume since t

up to. aU, political thought Influence and 1920. One Block South of Depot
'--""" dictation. Its members should .be of Bank Checks STEEL: Steel makers are hopeful -
Chain stores, aided and abettedby tree to study and to act la accordance and the usual summer decline ALL GRADES PINE! AND 'le
merchant and conditions has been less sever than In the '
many another small with the needs bulletin laDed For CYPRESS LUMBER AND
9v Mew York.-In a
convinced that the so-called of' agriculture.- industry and trade. past. Structural steel business la
now ComraJslon -
anti chain store privilege tax act, The policies of the board should "*by the Bank American Management Bankers Association THE WHOLE good due to government orders. BUILDING MATERIAL
for the two-fold purpose have'no reference to tbe politics or of the MINING: Copper prices recently M,
1 designed described for carrying FAMILYEVERY
TO yam' earbs wags-. of making It hard tor chain stores tbe changes In politics of the national plans simplification are of bank took a sharp drop following the
the BENfiETT'SLUMBER
high and at the same administration on I elimination of NRA price-fixing;
to do business and similar Instrument DAY IS BARGAIN
drafts
1 at tits Ye time finance public schools Is not 11 "In oar studies Of the bank bill we checks, note la respect to six and uniformity DAY ATSTUMP'S Silver values also declined lately, ;, h
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h to be radiate been strongly Impressed with due largely to the Treasury' refusal
gel cracked
e j' what it was : up nave of arrangement of subject CO.
I
would set up a situation to buy additional silver
an1' air of supreme confidence the fact that It
Ili H over the outcome of litigation to under which the Federal R- matter. recommendation for this stock. In large quantities.AGRICULTURE .
ender and Its policies might Detailed : It Is estimated F ..
have the multiple store license! i rve Board formulated by the association .- .
end were
the politlal that the farmer 1933 will
progressively Increasing lie subject to control from income
penalties and the ten ago, the bulletin
about years
of the country. In b* about the sum a* In 1934
known aa a administration I ,
sales tax ( : by the United '
at sS -: business tax) declared conflscatory uying this I do not charge that ItI I says, and Department promulgated of, Commerce J. L. SIMMONS which registered a billion-dollar It's swimming time '
b.UT sTrosa of the present adnlnlstratloa i States Jump over 1933. Crops will be
IIIns a violation of the bill of li th. Intention banks, business house using TlI\T {
unconstitutional to bring about any value among Starke Fla. larger this year than last, but AND MEANS A b
therefore commercial
and .nmb.reof.cheek.
rights)' In that event schools willie :\ control over tbe nation's baakng large and lithographers. Asa price will probably be lower PEIMIANENT WAVE d
stationers
meeltani.mTbe point Is that Ittll. LABOR; Latest trouble has occurred
to
Nsevhle Y taw UM Chief sufferers. Designed remit beat 85 per cl dhrnct
{ the difference between I ; bill passed as now proposed opwrtunlty 'to recommendations was brought PlumbingAnd In New England textile Permanent Wave -
supply
hardly the
aid for public for control would be there whlcldescribes mill, where the,union recently
existing state The present bulletin Electrical Contractor
about.
of th. present or what- called a strike $1.95
schools and the $10,500.000 demanded tor the BM the stan4 ar4 pclflc on one large operator -
yeR the .,*r future administration might be U threatening' other It I I.
stiagr"i'
i' school: leaders i full Is Issued to maintain I
by lions la
aid to be Inevitable that there will
i'I school financing will l a I pewer. ,level of a4hriice to therecomm.nduonr. Expert Work
prospect for : in- "Onr criticisms of the bill art not this high Boon be a strike of cloak and suit LEIL 'S. r,
it being .
&
I
) but rosy ,
anything therefore at the motives of workers In the east Potential labor 1
i'r aJmed. .. .
ivlUble that schools In many coun- Quick Service'' BEAUTY"SHuPi
trouble bays most Indus 1k
controlled big
after) better be :
Uea) maybe forced to close An egg a day does Its bit toward Worms cn [ tries nervous.. .

I: three term.or,four' month of the 193519 -1 seplng the doctor, away.Me i when hen are confined&vs.


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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA _FRIDAY Jriv
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f Circle To Meet ing a 1,000 miles or so ;;;
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FLOIDAHIGHLIGHTS drw4'i 4kFAA90 ; All members of the Woodman West to Pensacolo. In frog that

I f lcjety) Circle are urged to be present at ed extent and are Interesting to be found bate num)."*,"
the next meeting at the hall on The history of of ices

o'clock.Tuesday night, July 23 at eight St. Augustine Florldlbeglne"The Oldest T,'
S ENE and ends with
CTOS.A.EDSON Mrs. L. S, Hutto, Sec'y.ROBERT newest Min Amel'tt:
.I city
Many
an Inlere
Stone-Allgood Mrs. Davis Complimented At E. JONES trip can be made within the tOu!
Daytona Beach Party Robert E. Jones, 43, who lived darles of our own state.
t Mrs. Virginia Allgoodannounces Tison east How many Floridians
the Theodore
item taken on place have i
The following news rly'
of here, died afternoon'at ed the following places
Sunday of inters
the marriage of her daughter from last Thursday's Daytona which
1 o'clock following a lengthy illness attract tourists from
Gladys, Beach Journal, will be of Interest state? ev"The
to here:
:Mr.E. L.Stone of Henderson,N.C "A bridge party complimentingMrs. ; Funeral services were held at 4 Bok Tower and Bird San"
on June the twenty-second, R. J. Davis of Starke, Fla? yx o'clock on the same afternoon of tuary at Lake Wales.
nineteen hundred and thirty-five' was given by Mrs. Rufus J. Ta- the death and Interment took placeIn The Old Fort and Ancient Ho.,,
First Baptist Church tum and Mrs Margaret Redding Beulah Cemetery. at St. Augustine.
ti Clarkavllle, Virginia Wednesday afternoon at the lat- Survivors are his wtetow, Mrs. The Key West Extension
{ The above announcement ter's home, North Rldgewood ave- Edna Jones, and five children.Mr. the City of Key West an
appeared nue. Mrs. Davis, who with her Jones had been an employeeof Silver Springs In Central ,
PL
in Sunday morning's Issue husband and family has taken an the Duval Construction Com- Ida[ ,
i of the Gainesville Dally Sun and I apartment here, la the sister of pany for the past fifteen years. The Rlngllng Art :Museum ,
r will be of interest here to friends I Mrs. Tatum and niece of Mrs. Redding .. Sarasota.
"SEE FLORIDA FIRST" The famous beach at Dayton
"A green and white color scheme' I y / Florida could well follow the example The University of Florida ,
was carried out Wednesday, the tAa' of Georgia In the latter'a Gainesville
RITZ THEATRESTARKE home being decorated with roses campaign among/ her own citizens The Capitol and Florida Sla
and zinnias. An ice course was to "See Georgia First. Women's College at TsllllbBlat
served. Mrs. W. A. Gilliam and Florida Is a large state extend -Del ray Beach News
Mrs. Houghton, the latter of Plant -
;, PROGRAM City, and a guest of Mrs F. A
ws BEGINNING FRIDAY Chancoy, received prizes. Draw
prize went to Mrs H. C. Hastey IONA A & PFANCYTub :
FRIDAY, JULY 10TII. A guest prize was presented the
'In Spite Of Danger'Marian honoree. SALADDRESSING or I'rut
"Others present: Mrs. W. C D
Marsh Wooten, Mra. Fred K. Honour,
Wallace Ford Mrs. C. W.,Morgan, Mrs. Chancey, BUTTERFINEST
Mrs. Willis of Atlanta, who is a
SATURDAY JULY 20TII.
guest of Mrs. Hastey."
"UNCONQUEREDBANDIT" tTA,S SIIID
Baptist- W. M. U. Meet- i'f/li' FLO / AS Jar 25c Lb. 29c
$
.4eA' sr 4Sr2 WNERlECONOMY RUIESI
fr Tom Tyler The business and program meetIng :" CIe :4 veES

8UN.-MON., JULY 21 22 of the Woman's Missionary
Nf Union of the First Baptist Church! FINEST SHORTENING COMPOUND
"Princess O'Hara"Jniin
was held at the church Monday
Parker afternoon. ___ ___n_
COMPOUND 2lbs. bulk 25c
Chester Morris Mrs. A. M. Darby, president, Almost hidden by beautiful tropical perfected in. the splendidly equipped I

TUE8.-WED. JULY 23 & 21 presided> during the devotional and 'oliage is a modest Fort Myers home built laboratory adjoining the old Edison home.In -- -
"Unwlecome the program for the afternoon was iver fifty years ago by the world famous I some mysterious way the curious WEBSTER'S EARLY JUNE
In charge of Circle One, the subject nventor Thomas Edison. the time Mollusk XENOPHORA -
A. At which inhabits
t Stranger" work being "Africa.discussed" Definite and local I t; was constructed, the villagers did not.,I'. Florida waters, picks up pieces' of shell PEAS No. 2 Can lOc
V'' Jwk lIoll-l\lon.'Barrie for the was near future. The planned reg.* 'ealize that they had a genius in theiH tpr other hard materials and securely ce-
nidst. the old EDISON ments them to the -- --
Today growing edge of its
I
,THURH.-FRL, JULY 23 & 26. lar routine of business was trans-
i "MYSTERY OF acted. HcGregor Blvd. is one of Florida's] most. I f! own low conical shell for protection. IONA-Red Ripe, Full Pack
nteresting show places and visitors to J When mature, its' surface is so solidly
EDWIN DROOD" of Mrs. Stone, who with her parents harming city always want to see the"J* covuroct with fragments, that it is extremely TOMATOES 2 No. 2 cans ISc
s Claude Rain*-Heather Angel I. are former residents of he great inventor lived. It is said difficult to distinguish the _,
tarke.. he incandescent lamp, the ctrnnge creature from its shelly surround- --
y CASH NITE EVERY WED'NESOAY. Mrs. Stone Is a' graduate of nd the Edison storage battery WP"P' PM IONA-With Pork and Tomato Sauce
.Those attending dhow Bradford High School and with
I Tuesday eligible for Cash Prize her pleasing personality has won PORK& BEANS 16oz.can 5cEIGHT
Wednesday by leading/ name at for herself a host of friends here You will like "Chic-check Blue" National 'Woodmen Entertains At Bunco For

box-office. and elsewhere who will wish .her with your name attractively printed Circle Representative Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood
TOM MIX In "THE MIRACI.ERIDER"
I much happiness. on each sheet.- The most pop- O'CLOCK-Mild, Mellow Pure Santos
{ a serial consisting of Mr. Stone is a prominent tobacco Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood, who
15 chapters, July beginning 20th. Saturday man In Henderson, N. C., and ular stationery with the younger/ were recently married, were' the [COFFEE Per Pound 17cl!
Canada and be and his bride will rlrU._, See samples at the Bradford honored guests last Wednesday
!rdkp reside In North Carolina County Telegraph. night when S. R.,.Johns, Jr., was
host to a number of his friends at
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the home of his parents, Mr. and PLAIN OR SELF-RISING

I (}1----I Mrs.Quantities S. R. Johns of summer, Sr flowers 'IONA FLOUR

,U I.w' I. tastefully arranged were used as
decorations In theliving/ room of .
,lt this home where bunco tables were J '
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6-Lbs.. 4g Lbs.
13-Lba. 24-Lbs.
-
,arranged. Miss Lois Long and A.
!E. Wall, Jr., were holders of high
WHERE DOES ALL score for the ladles and gentlemen, 23c 41c 75c $1.47ELBERTA

prize.A respectively. and each received a -- -
OLD FASHION'

punch chicken was served salad by course Misses with Dorothy Peaches, Ib. 5c MEAL 5bs.l3c!

MY MONEY GO? ; C Ritch, Georgia Haynes and YELLOW
Lula Redgrave.
; Blue Rose, Whole Grain
,
Those enjoying this enjoyable Onions lb. 5c
affair with the host and honorees, ,
RICE 5 Us. 25c
rri I were: Large Fancy Head

.,JII' I.'" Misses Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Lettuce lOc
.. ;
..d Mrs. Vonda E. Inman, national Marjorie Sump, Lillian Sternberg, ROCK GROUND
representative of Florida of the Lula Redgrave, Hilda Durden, Lois FRESH
\... Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, Long, Dorothy Bitch, Georgia Carrots, 2 for 15c GRITS 5lbs5 15c
accompanied by her daughter and Haynes and Leslie Biggs/ Al Ma- LARGE FANCY
daughter-in-law, Miss Vonda In nasaa, A. E. Wall, Jr., James Den. WISCONSIN
*l man and Mrs George H. Inman,, nis, Richard Thede, Vincent Alvarez Celery Stalk 12zc
",1, Mlsa Myrtle Ollls Crump, of Tampa and Mr. and' Mrs. Richard FANCY STRINGLESS CHEESE Ib. 21e
National Assistant Attendantand G. Kidd. ,
I WISH I had more'to spend this summer! Simply must State Manager of the Florida Beans Lb. 7c TRY THE: NEWNUCOAJb.'

get white.shoes and a new light sweater and those, two Woodmen Vlchers-Smlth Circle'and of Leesburg Mrs. Lillian left Sub-Deb Club Entertains;) FANCY COOKINGApples Lb. 6c. 20c

h books and well lots of things I'm not extravagant but Monday morning for New York The Sub-Deb Club entertained New Virginia Cobbler HUSH .
City to attend the National Wood- Friday night with a treasure hunt
where DOES all my money go? men Circle Convention which opens and watermelon cutting. Potatoes Ibs. 12c Sonnyfleld Sliced Breakfast
next Monday'*at the Park Cen- I FANCY GREENCabbage BACON Lb. 43c
The member met at the home
Hotel. .
tral
Mrs Inman since coming to the of Miss Edna Pearce and then 3 Ibs 10 yRINi.b.
: went to the home of Miss Hazel 15c
State of Florida has lead an active ,
.- Middleton club sponsor, where the
life in civic and'social, : work bothIn
Dont worry ,too much the very same sort of problem her community and throughoutthe treasure' a.boA of candy was found
by Al Kay Carlisle and Edwin
bothers the folks along Millionaire Row. And can dot ? state. For the past several Green. Then all
you years Mrs. Inmaa bad devoted her went to the home BREAD 14-0. Loaf
how to time to the Woodmen Circle work of Miss Margaret Hair where the or
about'it. easily learning
something very recognize -M district manager and state of watermelon'cutting took, place. .GRANDMOTIDCR'S 1-doa Rolls 5c

the best things to buy the ,best places to buy. and ficer. --..- were Those: enjoying this lovely affair Fine Plain, Firm or Sliced Texture (12-_. pkg.)

the best times to buy. 1. Misses Prances Peek,. Elizabeth RICH WITH MILK
w4 4 Craig, Dot Bishop, Katie and Virginia -
5' ; Ftgate, Clara Flume, Mar- .
P I. .t a. FANCY'' MIXED. GREEN and WHITE
jorie McMillan, Edna Pearce, Mar- '

vHt The advertising: columns of.this,newspaper can help you garet Fugate Hair of, Lillian Jacksonville Stump,' and and Eva Al LIMA BEANS"' No. 2 Can l lOc

considerably. Form the habit of watching them closely for Kay Carlisle, Edwin and Inman
r, Green, Delicious Gelatin Chocolate Pudding
Philip Manassa, Richard Dessert or
!' news about things you need now or will be needing soon. Long, William Hair, Billy Powell,

The.facts are'all there? waiting to be found. Perhaps you .and.. Walter Parrlsh. of,Gainesville. SPARKLE Per'Pkg.5c

haven't been looking. wf! t In" Summer School Chorus
sir i IONA TENDER: WHITE
.: Mrs. Grace Walnwright and
Miss Annie Mae Pearce, both CORN No. 2 can lOc

Register this fact right now: Advertised products, give teachers School who In are the attending Starke High summer

better service and more satisfaction. than the things nobody 'school at the University of ARMOUR'S "

:' "". -!: knows. If you.want,the most for,, your money, and the Florida sixty-five in Gainesville students of are the two sum-of TRIPE No. 2C n I5c

..more money for other things buy the brand with reputa-' mer cities.school In the representing state, who two comprisethe score ,

tion. It's a real bargain at its regular price)I i Summer School Chorus which POST
,
will soon be, presented In ,formal TOASTIES 2 P'g. I7c
.
concert Gainesville.! ,
..; ., 1- MISS MYRTLE OLJS CRUMP The chorus BAKING POWDERCALUMET -
1s under the direction -
.' .' ; ', ..\. I Who left Monday with Mrs, 23c
,! :- of Miss Cleva J.Carson of the 1 Lb. Can
Vonda, E. Inman to attend'the National P.. K. Tonge School faculty and
Woodmen Circle Convention Mrs Lillian Lawrence of Jacksonville : GRAPH NUTS Pkg- 18a IPPOSTVM.4|I( os. can 25'
which opens in New York City of the Andrew Jackson
Monday.. School faculty. Prof John W. De- POST BRAN FLAKES ''2 Pkga.25c

.. .i= Bruyn director of the Universityof
By request of .p.H. Parker ofClncllm&tf ,Florida! Glee PWf !. In chargeof -
)
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an black was avoided soloists and Claude L, Mur
at his funeral and the mourners phree, University organist, is chief THE'GREAT'ATLANTIC: A PACIFIC TEA COIIPANYV
wore bright colors. accompanist. '
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Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. RULING; ON CHAIN TAXI Works; not begin until about August 1, ,1 JI; :;
H. Program
B.
McLenJon Deiayed'i
were hostesses!! NAT SEl .
HAS
EVERYBODY ,
Wednesday to members of Circle : THINKING The Florl '
Two of the Methodist W. postponement was made I'ltr' J ''fll'
Bits of M. S. at (Continued from Page One ministration program scheduled to i necessary .
There is. '
their Klngsley Lake cottage world that hardly anything in the his estimate soon. start last Monday by absorbing by the delay In approving; proj : '
some wan cannot makea Another state official who declined 7,000 Florida FERA workers, will ects In Washington it was said. t 'I :
Mrs. R. O. Daniel and Mrs. little worse ana sell a little to be .)1l ,
quoted directly said
cheaper; and, I .
N Josephine Edwards, of Sarasota
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IDeal certain chain stores in the state
who have been visiting here left' the people who, i were "selling out" their IndivlduM l
today for Gainesville where they' consider price KNOW WHAT IS BACK OF YOUR
torts,to managers la an aUc.'j-f.; ,
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND will be only are thisman's \
CONCERNING guests of ;Mrs. C. V. Simp : to eVade the higher brackets of

PROGRESS OF TILE COUNTY AND TOWN son. lawful I el,' both the gross receipts taxes and INSURANCE ,
prey. ,
the occupational licences." kin >xa.
In ninety-nine '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox were v "If those stores are successful in
__ __ guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. cases cry hundred out of ey-if/ evading the provisions of the law," These resources of GULF LIFE are a part
en 1 I S. Matthews at Klnsrslev Lake en- he said\ "and the gross receiptstax
prevatt of Lawtey, was a Mrs. S. R. Osborn Is having her route to their home In Lake Worth you see! an article Is finally held unconstitutional of every policy we write:

J.c:herohero Tueegrite home on Walnut Street that was from a vacation trip to New York priced too the total annual yield from the GULF LIFE is an old line legal reserve Life ,
vise recently damaged by fire remod City. cheap you. can tax may be aa low as $750,000
'
-Colson of Brooker. was a eled. make up your even If the occupational llcensetr Insurance Company. 'r
| mind It Is made 's''
fat here Tuesday afternoon. Real our advertisement. 4'1_ out of cheap material or the workmanship are doubled." GULF LIFE has approximately) 200,000 i,' o

Miss Elizabeth: Holllngsworth lethe where In thin Issue" of the paper is cheap.Peter's policies in force policyholdersin ""c
was a Starke Cleaners. Bond Free among
guest of Miss Mary Lucille To- Dry Lawtey
la Shoes are built on qual-
sllOr( ere tye rnoon.Sber rode at her home on Kingsley ity. By maintaining quality at O. .1, Fhllllpa, city clerk of Law- Florida and Georgia, with total insurance

Lake. Mr. and.Mrs. W. L. Edwards and all times the welfare of our tey this week announced that the of more than 53000000. $ '
f and Mrs. Jacksonville. daughter, Fredrlka of Jacksonville customers has been safeguarded last one of the remaining bondssold a ,
n pent Tuesday in Mrs. Matt Lawson of Birming have been enjoying a visit at and. protected.By for lighting that city has GULF LIFE has written and paid for more ; '' '

advertisement else- ham, Ala., was a guest Thursdayof parents Kingsley, Lake Mr. and with Mrs.Mrs. Edward's W. H. spending, 2So or tiOc more i been retired and the city is now new business during each of the past
Ilead our Mrs. H. B. McLendon at Kings- 'you get all leather Instead of all bond free.
of the paper. Struth. five than other life insurance
l IIIIIUO
thlll years
litre In ley Lake. paper and that means at least six any

ride Dry Cleaners Mrs. Jeanette KincalJ of"Tam- months more wear.. .air, company doing business in Florida.
Sheriff'and Mrs. W, J. Say If you will I'm often wrong, I
1 L0 Cordelia Brown of Brooker In Lake Butler Sunday Eppersonwere afternoCin. pa, who' has been enjoying a visitIn 1'eter'sSHOES But with my faults strewn out GULF LIFE more than 24 years old has m'*
f here Tuesday, after- New York City, has been a '
visitor visiting Prof and Mrs. F, guest this week of her brother-In. 'I before you. never found it necessary to sell any of 1 '
Remember this whole life
-Wg G. Schell?, law and slater Mr.. and Mrs. O. L. For the.KIdn --, long your its securities or borrow money from any ;

!dISlFrances visit in Overstreet Tifton .Ga.,Is..wjthllatlvrt. ena Mr, and Mrs. A., J. Wilkinsonand Beaaley.-, $1.29 'Twas I for who chose your mother source to carry on its business. + ,

son, Edgar are spending the Miss Rosalind Jacobs, who Is attending you. GULF LIFE employs than 550 ,
summer at their cottage. at- Kings. summer school at the Uni- p..ter'lISHOES Your life from babyhood to now more peo

ur and; Mrs. visiting ley Lake. versity of Florida, spent the week- Has known the sweetness of Florida is represented every part. of ; 4 ,

were, here end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. her care; and
clot Tampa Georgia. ,
f For
O. W. Alderman of Tallahassee, B. Jacobs at their summer homeat Iiadies Her tender hand has smoothed ,
ureday. spent the week-end here with Mrs. $2.49 to' $3.9 your brow
Lake.
KIngsley
an.unco Alderman at their home on Wal- Her love gone with you every- "
Yr. and Mrs. O. E. .Ray nut Street. GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1"-
. the birth of a girl on Mon- Miss Ruth Sternberg, who Is attending where.
summer school In Gaines f Through every day and every night
,y, July 1:1.Yr' : Mrs. James Godbold and KetesHOE HOME OFIPICEM.JACiSONVILI.E ,
son ville\ accompanied by Miss Arline W 0 R S You've had an angel to adore 6

Hulda Corpening left Sat- James of Jacksonville are vIsit- Hall of Tampa, also a student at For Men you; : FLORIDA"A
day'for a vIsit with friends In ing :Mrs. Godbold's sister Mrs.i S. the summer school spent the I $1.95 to $2.75 So bear In mind I once was right !Southern Innlltiulon with a Record of Stability"
S. DowlIng. 'Twas I who chose your moth.
week-end at Lake with
don, N. C. Kingsley er for you. N. D. WAIN WRIGHT. JR., Agent
Miss Sternberg's parents Mr. and

Mre.{ T. J. Griffin and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs..Nat Sternberg.W. Selected.. -______n __________ -
a. L. E. Jordan, spent Monday family have moved out to their EXTRA SPECIAL '
cottage at Kingsley Lake for a 1000 YARDS I- _
Jacksonville. G. Halle has a large and cs
month's stay. thriving patch of field DRESS PRINTS
has beennflned peas grow-
Mrs. Jesse Newsom ing in the rear of his home on W. 20o Value FRESH WISCONSIN
several
to her home for Mrs. E. W.. Hayes and children, Madison Street. The peas were CREAMERY TIP TOP GROCERY CUEAM
y with \nines. Betty and Enos'Jr., have return planted a few weeks ago and have 15cYd.IVter's .

of New York City, ed home from a month's stay- at made a rapid growth and In a C. II. NASWORTI1V, Owner and Operator ;k y
Carr Suiting Colley his, parents, Mr. and Daytona ,Beach short time will be bearing a quan Butter Cheese r__ t _
tity of this summer vegetable.
FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIAL
n. W. A. Colley. Mrs. Calvin Johns returned home DRESS SHOESFor & .

Sunday' after spending 'a.month Mrs. James WainwrIght, of La- Men
Lb. 29c Lb. 19c
J. W. Brownlee is spending PRICES JULY 19th. and 20th.
Dr. with relatives In Alabama,/Arkan- Coochee and sister, Mrs. Noble, of ,
o weeks at the R. O. TV C. CampFt. sas and Missouri.. $2.95 to $4.50IT
Sarasota were here the first of
I Screven, Ga.Ipoetmaster .
-
the week, Mrs. WaInwright being PAYS TO BUY AT- J, y
Miss Vesta Prewitt of Fernan- the of Mrs. H. W. Walts and
has guest PALMOMVESOAP BEAUTIFUL IUI'!: GOLDEN
F. F. Stump
dina spent the week-end at Kings- Mrs. Noble the guest of Mrs. S. L.

J a days confined with to Illness.-his home for' sev- i and ley Lake Lillian the Sternberg.guest of Misses Ruth Peek.Noble are Mrs.remembered Wainwright and here Mrs.as STERNBERG'SStarke 3 Bars 14c BANANAS 3 Lbs. 13c

Florida'
and Miss Jennie
Miss Lettle Rivers -
MIss Dorothy Noegel has return- i Mrs.V.. E. Bryant Is enjoying a SUPER SILVER! SKIN OR SWEET SPANISH ,
Lou Rivers. SON
from a two weeks visit with two weeks visit in Cocoa with her FATHER -

Hives at Live Oak. I' son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mason W. Morrow, The times have bad proved my'' judg. SUDS 3 for 29c ONIONS Pound 5c

Mrs W. E. Bryant Jr. of Gainesville\ were week-end ment Y- '
The% s W. C. T. U. will meet with I've followed foolish popes in OCTAGON SOAP Oil RIPE PEARSCLEANSER
i 0. l E.!: Stansbury Friday aft- Miss Hazel Middleton returned guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery M. valnX: .+::. .
avis. Mr.Morrow formerly taught '
: e
II i at 3:30: o'clock. ,Wednesday from Madison where In the B. H. S. and his friends here And" fts "you look'optit* your- dad! Can 5c AVACADOES Each 5c
You see him commonRlace an: .
she was a guest for several daysof ]are pleased to know that on the 'I' ',
|kr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and pUin.
Rachel Smith. OCTAGON KEAL JTICV
Miss from
29th of June he will\ receive

l e of Wednesday New River afternoon, were visitors iUra. Mr. and Mrs. John Love week-end Wilkes gree the University of Bachelor of of Florida Science the in Ed-de- No.brilliant The, bore jests wisdom'1 you I tell; have enjoy grown to POWDER\ 10 [for 25c FLAKEYLIMES Doze l Oc r

Jacksonville, were
of ucation. Mr. Morrow will teach ,
| Sallie Williams left Satur- But Just remember this'my'boy,
of and Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
guests Judge next term in Jasper where he has
f t for Ft. Myers where she wlU "Twaa I who chose your mother 1'
Lake. '
kins at KIngsley been a member of the school faculty WHITE RIBBON COMPOUND
t friends and relatives. for you.

\\l i, T. Dowling of-Lake:: -Butler, Rend our advertisement elsewhere for the past-three years. Against the blunders I have made LARD' 2 Ibs 25c SUGAR Ibs.25c '

&-A. Bryan of Ralford were in -this .IlIIIue .of the paper. Clean ground Is the most Impor- And all the things I've failed i'l
Starke Dry Cl aner. tant item In raising chicks'' suc- to do.
here '
r i Tuesday afternoon.
cessfully. The weaknesses which I've dis
Kiu Mr. and Mrs. E. J. White of LaCrosse l
I played.
MYy
Helen Thornton of Jack-
are spending a few days Something new for the opera This fact remains forever I"
1Ue, the week-end bare
spent here with Mrs. White's grandmother is a tiny bunch of flowers true inn
pump
b her ; FKESII CORN PEARL ,+
mother, Mrs. Maria Thorn.ENT -
Mrs Emma Rivers. clipped on the toe to match one's This to my.credit still must stay
STEW BEEF Lb. lOc
corsage. And don't forget It I Implore MEAL GRITS d
aid .
Mr. Mrs. R. J. Davis and you.Whatever FANCY TENDER il{+ i
daughters Ida Lula and Marjorie Tapeworms and files frequentlycome else you,think or say

I A WORD have returned from a two weeks together, and late chicks 'Twas I who chose your mother 10 Lbs. 25c BEEF LIVER Lb. 18c 10 Lb. 30c
stay 8:Daytona Beach. have a harder time to meet the for you. ,
COLUMN.BALI : problem. i> FANCY FLA.LOIN .
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy will return Chuckle at times behind my back BEST WHITE PLATES OP {

i !: or Trade-One mare' in a few days from Riverside There was an Increase of 4.2 per About the ties and hats I STEAK Lb. 22c E
Jacksonville where she motor wear; BACONPound B A CONCIlUCKROASTLb
1UIe. In good J.. A.I Hospital In cent in the number of ve- '
order.; -
to ,
a has been since Thursday. hicles registered in the United Sound judgment I am known FANCY WESTERN TENDER

States in 1934 over the previous lack.
I SALE Missionary Straw- Mrs :. W. White and son Olin year. Smile at the ancient views I 21c 20c Pound 17c 4'

rry plants $2.0O per.thousand. W. White have spent the past two, ._ or r'3. __-_'__ -. FANCY FLA. ,
lte Depot, U. P. Davis Ther-! weeks at Hendersonvllle and oth- PURE CANE ,/5STRINOBROOMS
Fla. -I er points 111'North Carolina. 1'
STEW Lb. 15c
SYRUPGallon MEALdHNU ;
gALE '
I SPSngs! -Refrigerator, 14; Bed Mrs. Anne McGee and daughters DAYS ONLYbIONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAY SMOKEDSAUSAGE 4 r?,
and
Mattress $4; Ex- Misses Lettle Clara and Marie -, .
011 We.Dining Room Table $8.00' ; of Stuart are guests of relatives 49c Lb. 18c Each -- -- 35c '
May be seen 327
'< here for several :days
h St on Saturday A. E. I 22 21 21 FANCY ALL .t,
JULY 100 PKO. IYLE8MATCHES .

SALE-Lot 2, Elk 32. Johns TUman Mr. and and Mrs.O. P.L.Hutto S. Hutto have and returned M EAT ROAST Lbe 20c SALT 1",;

kdIUon, Starke. 50 acres. 36-- from a week's visit in Columbia CELEBRATING 3RD. ANNIVERSARY

Brooklyn.' Protected.N. Y. 313 621atBENTMy 73rd -and---Orangeburg'R..S. S. C. .OFTHEJ 't,r 2 For .15c FRANKS Lb. 17c 3 For _" __ lOc

'Mr, and Joh s of
: KIngsley.Lake Lake Butler were ,,guests during' '' 'J
ahage for week or longer, a. the week-end of Mrs. Johns' parents STARKE DRY CLEANERS'
., Mr. and Mrs. W.,& Creen. GUARANTEED' SILVER KINOFLOUR '
Under Management of Juntos Hntlth! '" 6LI1S. 12-LIIS. 21-LBS

bade MOBILE -. For Sale or Mr. and Mr: L. S. ''Hutto and f

I Quigley'for lumber or shingle sons, Tlllman and OUiver, have returned .
it from ''a i weeks visit with ONE SUIT 23c41c79c

-One) cream Jersey cow, relatives In Orangeberg South OR DRESS 4.O. ,,
and half- m Carolina.. C,
crop one.ear i
In other ear. Black and -- CLEANED AND PRESSED
e calf with Miss Mary Lucille Torode has
cow. Reward
Crew. +Itpa returned to her home at Klngsley 2FOR75cStrictly .
; 'Lake,-after'a two week's visit in ORANGE PEKOE KELUOO'S CORN Scot Tissue TOILET u-o.. BOTI'I.E \i

for a CARDS, any..... DeLand as the guest of Miss Lou- Cash and CarryI :
Go Stationery: 11.:10: for 100. Mono100 ella Tatum. TEA FLAKES PAPER CATSUP i1 l;
sheets
lS0 _
envelopes $2.7:1.: Bradford Mrs. 'I.. W. Halbrook.and little not the agent for any laundry operating' Lb 29c. 2 Pkg. 15c 3 Rolls 2Sc s t
"TeJerraph. Phone 29. tf. aoa'of Lake City, were here the outside am of Bradford Count,.. Your laundry ta % '. ._ _. 10eFRF.811 +?

WANTED for. first of the week visiting Mrs. Halbrook' serviced 100% In nay plant thereby furnishing! ;,
In RawlelglDuval parents Mr. and Mrs. W. employment for remlAmU .( Starke who spend i J
and Parker Nassau ,L. Andrews. their earning III Starke. 80% of the money t--oz. SWEET!: n. Hawkins TOILET Qt. APPLE
Starke.> Write today. STARKE DRV CLEANERS .UJ. 111
III with
spent
Tenor ce" Dept. 1I'AG-223-SB. Mr. and Mrs.Guy Prescott, and Stark Remrmhrr that when yea need, Dry. NUCOA PICKLES PAPER BUTTER
,
t 'Ion Guy Jr., of Dothan. Ala., will Cleaning a Laundry Service and

t be here this week-end to visit Mr. Pound ___ 21c 15c. 3 Rolls __ 14c 15c
NOTICE ':Preacotfs sisters Mr. J., W. Ed- Phone 28 '
f round TwentY-live' thoti- wards and.Mr Fay Gill I BENT FOODS OR


.q 11I4.000)white Plants real roots nice fof and sale.Missionary they They are Mrs., spent:. C. G.the Strickland week-end and at Daytona children -- STARKE- DRY. CLEANERS.. liELLMAN'SMAYONNAISE! 17c; Pts. 29c JL,

Itocky. PrIceper"J.GOO Beach visiting Mrs. E. W. JUNKS SMITH'ow.erI v I
"IUI.
Swindell! .TIIerea.M,, Hayes and children who have spent ;
month at the Beach. I.
the past .
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PAfllS! SIX BBADFOBD COCNTY TELEGItAPH 8TARKE. FLPn.ID: FRIDAY._ JL-I.V_' ,?. IDlt'J !

MBNDKNHAU. ON BOND I IJ property. The
DEVICE BAitS TERMITES 1 structure Is to
GO JACKSONVILLE J. used aa an addition to **
AND ANTS JFKOM GOING
convict and of Florida. I.University !
INTO FLORIDA HOUSES Mendenhall, pardoned Offered
1 former "citrus king" of Plnellas the title will revert to th'l81 .

SECTION GAINESVILLE-Termites and LIVE STATE NEWSNews County Is at liberty under bond of Gainesville and AlachuaCnu''? of
FARMERS after the the Board y "
ants will find It difficult to enter $2,000 nearly a year in of Education does

homes In the future If a device Invented county jail here. Indictments returned complet. con8tructlon of the 1I0t

Conducted by Demonstration Agents by H. C. Llpthrott, St. Petersburg of Florida In Short Paragraphs last fall charged the former Ing within three Years. bUild_
state prisoner with the murder
Is used on their foundations. I
., of his fiancee, Mrs. Mary Rae -

The device, which Is made' of .... Anderson, 60, and her 84-year-old
--.
L
-- -- --- Mrs. Laura Matilda .
mother Green.A
--- ---- copper and in which on Is used, .
I has won the approval of J. R. Watson ; jury acquitted him of the death
ARREST BOOTLEGGERS ROAD EXFLODK3ARCADIA of Mrs. Green and since
J. RURAL Hints To Housewives Experiment here who thinks Station the entomologist scheme TAMPA-J. -Groinler.: director -Five persons escaped he has awaited trial,on the January other
,
of the state"'beverage depart death by inches here-as a mysterious charge.
SENSE Is sound .
COMMON a one.Termltes.
ment baa announced that seven explosion blew up a section
Weekly from Home Demonstration and '
ants other non- person :lad been arrested her* oa of highway 9 by 10 feet Just In
) By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialists, TaUahasaee flying insects crawl into homes by of ACCEPTS ADDITION
f, charges of Illegal sale liquor front of their automobile hurling
,', way of the pillars or foundations, He said arrests would be made brick pravtng: high Into the air and TALLAHASSEE-. S., Cawthon

FARM TOURS ARE OF Personality And Clothing but,Lipthrotf a plan places a barrier throughout the state where Inspectors 225 feet off the road bed. What Superintendent of Public Instruction

I VALVE TO FARMERS When you are watching a motion between the house and the found law violations.. caused the explosion was a deep announced the State
,\ AND BUSINESS MEN tell ground and thereby forestalls the Board of education would
picture are you able to mystery and authorities were Inclined accept
'J, Stealing some other person's anything about the different char pests. The barrier consists of a to the theory that some the incompleted building; of the
sheet of stretched the LJQ.COR TROUBLECLEARWATERCounty
their copper over of had formed under the Hotel Kelly at Gainesville aa soon
: r thunder sometimes gets one In acters from personal appear soft gas
\
.trouble. However among farm- ance? Do you guess the characteristics top of the pillar, or between the Judge brick paving1' and exploded from as a clear deed la prepared to the
j pillar and the still which rests on Harry R. Hewitt Issued a warning .
of the heroine soon as the Intense heat of
as mid-afternoon.
era the practice of obtaining Information
It. The copper la bent upward at to liquor dealers in Plnellas County
,e about better practices and she appears on the screen! 7 Can oNO -
that
the edges to form a trough which they must either procure
is rather' tell whether she Is bold and .
results of the neighbors
you
licenses BOON.BOGGLING
la to contain oIL or go to Jail. He issued
to be encouraged. This Is the season dashing or quiet and timid from
4 his warning. he fined three defendants
Thus, the Insects crawls trp the : JACKSONVILLE "Boon Dog-
of farm tours, usually con the way she Is dressed?
-
,j. pillar to the top where It meets the $100 each giving them glinff" will be banned by the Florida I.
., ducted or supervised by county The clever motion picture pro copper plate, which stops It. If it the alternative of sixty days in Work Progress Administration. Strands

farm agents and these tours ducer gives much time and thought tries to crawl around the trough Jail after they pleaded,guilty 'to .. "We are giving; people jobs for the
'J prove worth while to both farmers to this part of his production. The it Is oiL unlicensed sale of liquor and "
stopped by the This prevents we expect them produce, best
and business men players must look the parts which in travel.
the bug from reaching the was the emphatic comment of the ,
'J) I may (and do) think that I ama they are acting. If a girl Is sup woodwork of the bouse. A similar INFANT REVIVED Administrator C. B. Treadway.
: pretty good farmer. Yet I can posed to well-educated, cultured This trade-mark oa biu ttaUoai
device Is placed betwen the top of ARCADIA-Mrs. A. C. Addison 'The purpose of the WPA is to
11 nearly always pick up some splendid and refined her clothes must the steps and the house. left her four-months-old son In the provide work not relief for' the VXM ERICA'S elands Florida. for Motot lh.ttoUmUiu best U, muooa e wI!
1(1( ideas by looking over the work express these qualities. If she ONLY ".porl.uon.o.
Each foundation of the house bath tub whileshe stepped into unemployed. Projects will be con a decade of !
f being done on other farms. And portrays a vulgar and uneducated sorrlno Florid "m "fc
: would be ducted
equipped with the device. another room for a moment. When as they would under private quent schedule.
I haven't hurt the other farmers type; her clothes will reveal these on-toe-inlnule oorn..
) Oil of any type may be used In the she returned the child had slip industry. Anyone caught adequate tormina lacUIU... ..ndoiMlyeomfattab III"
: their thunder. qualities. ""
stealing
7J by through. ped down In the water and appeared loafing- will be fired." !, b_ h., ... dpreferred !hI,
>, Business men, too ought to be All of us read character and personality The-Idea is a god one and should lifeless.. Rushed to a hospital !he 'way to U.T.L.

; Interested In making farm tours in In the appearance of the make It difficult for crawling Insects the baby wai revived and a few MALARIA ON DECLINE On. Roo",
their counties. obtain people we see, though sometimes W., tn
They can to enter the house, Watson hours later apparently had recovered ,
t\,; and maintain closer contacts with we are hardly conscious of doing says. He explains that the device completely.. JACKSONVILLE-Malaria fever JACKSONVILLE ..$ .80 $1.4J

,If the farmers whose business they It. We find U quite as possible to Is somewhat similar to that used deaths were reduced by about TAMPA _*________ S.flo 479
'. do this with men's with wenty-slx.\ per cent during the ST. PETERSBURG.
f> hope to get or to keep. They canS clothing In Experiment Station InsectarlesIn 305 8.59
\\ become more familiar with the women's clothing. It is astonishIng Florida. BODIES SCATTERED Irst four months of this year as LAKE CITY ______ 1.15 2.0$

It V problems facing farmers and thus how much we can tell about DEFUNIAK SPRINGS-Blown compared with the deaths which OKLANDOLAKELAND________ 2.80 4.70

i-J'wlll: be more sympathetic. And the personalities of the strangers SHERIFF GETS BANDITS literally to bits, the bodies of Bud occurred during the corresponding( FOR ?___.. 263 480

:", 'then some day they may want to we see on the street. We realize GREEN COVE SPRINGS--Sheriff Hall Jr.,. and D., Hlghsmlth were ortlott,of last year, according to DOWN-UPS MIAMI _________ 580 lo.n
LEESBCnO ______
fi retire to the farm and they will be this when we later come to know J. P. Hall captured four negroes scattered over an'area of more he official. Florida records as KIDDIES 1,70 30Jfioni

!%.in a better position to make a go them personally. Occupation, in- all "dangerous character than a hundred yards when a case made public by Dr.. Stewart G. TOO/ Smith's Service Station

? of farming.. tests, education refinement, and who earlier last week escaped from of dynamite exploded at Mossy Thompson, director, of the bureau

( The county agent recently led our attitude toward the world in a Georgia chain gang and shot ft Head rear here. The two men bad of vital tatl UQe,;State Board of PHONE 120-\V

.9 a group of us farmers and bual1" genera) are strikingly revealed! J>your filling station operator at Mayo. obtained the dynamite to use In Health. From January 1 through

; ness men on a tour of some dem- personal appearance. Sheriff Hall said all of the negroes blasting stumps In'a field.. Investigating April SO of this year there were

{j;')onstratlons being conducted on Perhaps you have seen two'people admitted they bad escaped from! a officers said they did not fifty-five malaria -deaths, while

-'; farms in the county. We saw that together who seemed to be chain gang near Ashbura, Oa., after know. how the explosion occurred. during the first four months of

b corn following winter cover crops friends and who yet did not nper overpowering their guards tin last year such deaths numbered

makes a much better yield than first part of the week. He said ATTACK AAAJACKSONVILLE seventy-four according to tho rec

I:($' \corn growing where no winter covitti crops had been grown.. We saw two of them admitted they participated Jose Esca- ords. The total in malaria deaths DA MOTORINES|
also that corn 'on certain soils In the holdun shootlnor of lante and Company clear manufacturers for 1934 was 445.MASTER'S.-

,\ II where It la troubled with "white Charlie Strickland, J..layt I S of Tampa filed suit in

'Xtl.' bud" makes better growth and station operator Thursday night. Federal District-Court here for an SALE!! I
yields when fertilized with small .. injunction restraining the collection NOTICE la hereby slven that un
der and by virtue of Final Decree FUNERAL DIRECTORS
a
of
: amounts of zinc sulphate. Florida poultrymen should now Agricultural Adjustment of Foreclosure made and rendered ,
'.\ I We saw! that peanuts planted take the roosters from their flocks, I Administration processing taxes by the Honorable A. Z. Ad.lne, our Many Years Experience Slakes It Possible for Us to Render

.' : thick In the rows, with the rows provide shelters for their The petition said the company 16th Judge Judicial of the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida of ,the In EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

.::1; close together, give prospect of returning and see that the range Is pullets'l planned to file a claim with J, Edward and for Bradford County In Chancery MODERATE PRICES

..I'.. greater yields than those Larson, collector of Internal ,l dated cause June therein 14th, lfyl"p:: pend thatcertain I DC WITT C. JONES COMPANY
, ; planted thlnnen We saw the val pear to have much in common. revenue, for a refund of $7,384.26In ing- between The Federal Land STABKB. FLORIDA
ue of a good bull In improving Their dress and general appear taxes already paid. Bunk of Columbia, PlalnUtfband J.
:.\ Mod.r..I... .... B. Adklns and wife _
"$, ..r..... .1..... range cattle, because, half-breed, ance were so different that you ants, the understated who was .
V. J".. .er. ....., calves were beating the scrubs a'lhollow. were struck by the dissimilarity. FRUIT STEALERS therein appointed ae Sptclal Master
, .. .. ........ In Chancery, to executt the
same
.1. Whether TAMPA
fr.\ ..... .t le..r.. We saw! that It is possible or not we wish it, our -For a long time In : will I on Monday, the Ith
"..... to maintain good pastures (now h clothes will to some extent express Florida it has been only a misdemeanor I August, 1835, during the 4ar"liri
,
-;;- a good time to start them) and. p\ r personalities and individual to.steali, .citrus fruits House hours of door sale In, Btarke before, Florida the Court sell For: Expert: -RepairingSmith's

,Y..N save o nfeed bills.' We saw the characteristics. We are from a grove., But,now the grower ''to the highest and best bidder,' for ,
111tI.; results of different fertilizer prar- sometimes confronted with magazine gets a break in that the Florida cash, the followingdescribed lands,
altuate,
:tI. lying- and being In Bradford
ttres and got an idea as to which articles discussing; the problem Supreme Court 'Has held that County Florida, to-wlti
{l.t are best for onr sertton. All these of how to express Individual the theft of citrus,fruits from & The 8tt of the NEU cf Section

""/"', things and many others of inter- ity in our clothing. This is somewhat grove constitutes larceny, $ISO.OO 11, Township, containing-6 Smith acres Range, more toBast Garage

fR eat weer shown us on this farm misleading because we are worth or, more, grand larceny or Ie... The 8W14 of the NWViof
q\\ tour. bound to express our individual- punishable by not more than five Section 12. Township 6 South,
.
Ranee 10 East, containing-
!; When the county 'agent says, ties In spite of ourselves, provided years In the state prison or by a acres, more or less, Phone 120

, 'Grab we select jour own clothing. To fine of not more than $1,000.00.DIDN'T wltli the appurtenances. Said snle
hat .
and
;.sl your eoma along to be made pursuant to said Decree
We art going for a farm tour" by be !!sure it may happen through to satisfy the same and costs.H. Wrecker Service Day 'or Night
PLAY :
'carelessness FAIR
.'. all accident or that we X. FERRYMAN
1), whether means you join are the a farmer procesalon or a, make a selection which is not In BARTOW Flaying the Good As Special. Master In Chancery.216t719. .

,:'1"i.If business man. You'll find it quite keeping with our usual style of Samaritan act with strangers U 1-
: ;; worth while.FREE clothing, but for the most part we not what it is cracked up to be,
will select clothing which bespeaks according to H. B. Waychuff. Au-t

our type of education and experience burndale rooming house owner. OFYOUR

in the world at large. How Waychuff told Deputy Bill Mock

Important It Is, then that we acquire that a man came to his house look

high standards of what constitutes ing for a room. Finding one that FAVORITE
true beauty both In general suited his taste, hei!reserved! it;'but

and with particular reference did not make a deposit.. He said
: to dress! : that he, had to go back to town to

--- get his wife and luggage, He complained MAGAZINESAND

..... '. I about having to hire. *. a
fhevke taxi and Waychuff very graciously
MALARIA :offered his The
car. prospective
in S daysCOLDS i and THIS NEWS"APER"ULtYEAR' :
comer accepted drove off has :
666
I not ,been seen since.. It was a
You Save Money on this Amazing Combination:Offer
tint ny"MlLVH green 1928 Chevrolet coupe .bearing .. -, .
Florida license 191-948. e
TVoslP" TOIllC Wld Leading Magazines'and FavoriteNewspaper

"AliVimoM0"1' Laxative I BAD CHECK ARTIST ...-- '.

'. ;, 'TAMPAAChlef of Detectives
Jacksonville's Leading Hotel* I W. D.. Bush broadcast! a warning

to police of other Florida cities to Pick

be oa the lookout for a bad check 3aes
artist who use church societies

as''a ,blind In working; a.' forgery

racket.. According to Chief Buai
;
the forger" who victimized seven
Ink :
: Writing Tampa grocers taihe. past week 1
'
approaches a grottr and tells him

?i' .. he>,Is representing 'church.society. ,

.. "'1,' ..1 '. -f :'" of organization planning to hold a I .
picnic.. The, forger- -then presents
In Colors To Match -Y our* a, check \:rauglnar"anywhere- from IeIIII.. ,,.
Q
THE SEMINOJLEJACKSONVILLE. I .......& ,,8 ,= F.2 T...
to Its supply of 0.
$13 a
purcbfuies. ,. .. .IY'.
Monogram. With Each:Box FLORIDA hamburger and :.other groceries "ODeDr'I............... .. On.. --.. r..1. Yr.
'
CIIAS. P. ORENER, Manager which,, he has tent to a nearby .0 McCaD's__.._ tweelll7)-.I'1. 8ezo. ........lYr.'O .

.Of Colonial Stationery For A human ho e-Uke Institution_ church.the change He; theatUsappears I with a-.........!....i.I'lie Oc.On.J:... -'-at.wwuoyJowaal.IYr.C .......I Yr.OOpeD ..
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where you will find your Individual J.oe4 (JoTIl..... ,.. ..........1 Yr.

A Limited Time Only. comfort and entertainment ....,..............- I Coed.a.. Me......1 Yr.o .
a matter ,... :: .. ........1 Yr.Q&ponI .
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IT\R CHURCH r a non-committal bow. rected her. "Ain't love grand?" ately as she was whirled giddily (' '

vTC'0.TPr ce, Pastor I a Ss. o MORE Sherry however grasped the Fanny took his arm. "Petty about the room. .>!' ,1
j o'clock B. m., I LADIf.'ir. bull by the horns. "Miss Germainand Wetty, you come with me And Sherry made his way to the 1: s
sunday OOuplt0 I I are old friends." TDiana, you'd better get your husband front hall nearly colliding! with. t' .

.. 1. Thomlls, 11 a. m. "Isn't' that lucky," Marcia laid away from that banjo player Jim as he passed! through the door r''
fornlng WorshiP, a sweetly "the house Is just full of before he breaks a string." "Lost something, old man?" x ;!

R r, p, 11.Worship 6:4: p. m.EveJ1lng 8.p.,m. r p. .. t&. .l.f. ., '1 A.E.T OMAS 1 ld friends." But Diana: WitS pointing at the "Why no. old man," Jim replied ) tt, '' '

: :Meeting, Wednes- .Ai./44Cy; BEATRICE: fAo f.'R. Later that evening Fanny was door from the garden and nudging; with an amused smile. "Have + t
.
Teachers ?
S. S "..' .:1 her bedroom her shoes exchanged Sherry. "Do you see what I see, your"I

J'1, .:seek m.Prayer service, Wed- 'MTl\.. for comfortable slippers.She Petty Wetty "No and I'm not looking foe* p '
) 'lliylxY'MAYER. watched Marcia and Jim as Marcia and Jim had just come anything" l:
_
.day, ft_ D. IS. -- I strolled In the their I'
are .n they garden In, engaged In a whispered conversation. "
(SYNOPSIS "I am. Jim peered around.
: Marcia Townsend edlyi" "And the second' heads intimately close. "The blithering They drifted on to the ',..4 t
jlethooisi.ChurchM. living with her time? She did "I'm looking for Marcla's bag.We're j
modern
sprightly "It's an American idiots!" Fanny stormed. I dance floor."Hmmm. ,r
joke Diana '
not "You "
answer have *
don't
MontgomeryPastor.. grandmother to going to take a little drive.
B. : Fanny Town- told him comfortingly "Why should I bother about ." Sherry's mouth twist-
,
;
lie down '
Rev he '
m. send has sputtered in exasperation Sherry continued to smile .
Scbool-IO a. ": !. married Sherry War- "A kibitzer Is them?" But In another momentshe ed into Imitation of ii-
SUlldaY no Joke, Fanny "and let an a smile
,
Worsl1lp.-11 a. m.gpworth ren. New York's any man make a though the muscle In his jaw jump a t
handsomest muttered.The had back to her shoes "Well It's F
to
xrriing out of changed good see them bak 11
League-7:1i: : p. m. heartbreaker. Their.. sap you. ed and twitched. "Not with Marcla tdrl
understand.ing game progressed. Moulton and was determinedlydescendtrJg again. I hope they had a nice
) her
Imperceptibly chin went aren't..
-:00 Is that up. you
pm. their
Evening WorBhlp marriage In looked at Sherry pleasantly. "I "I haven't the the'stairs.. A deliriously happy trip. '
to all these sere bound to be slightest Intention Jim took his arm In friendly ,
you are invited a failure. After a say, we're partners. Petty Wetty" of doing that. drunk reeled past her as she reach- Abruptly he started off In their fashion "She thought she'd left

Ilea year Sherry and succumbs a hald to of happiness Sherry glared at him. "Well here Jim exhaled a relieved sigh ed the hall."Where's. direction, roughly throwing off It in this room." They walked
the "
..Church Teresa a night club lure of we are, Moulton continued as If "Well I'm glad to hear that. You Mr. Warren?" she Granny's restraining band. ReachIng slowly around as If in earnest ", j

rreebyterlan MInister Marcia Is banjoist he were enlightening them. "_ know what I think of Sherry. I asked Stafford."I them he tapped Marcia on the search. "So the drive with Mar- +: '
ate,. George H..Lowry. furious but later, apparently husband wife,. ex-husband, and- think he's a.-" think he's out that way, shoulder "If you don't mind danc- cia Is out Jim asked with corn'L' J$4 + '
School. "
10:00: a: m.-SabbBtbr til forgives and forgrts. Un- er- Marcia stopped him. quickly. Madam." ing with your husbandhe! said plete lack of emphasis. '

11:00: A M.-Mornlng Worship; suddenly 'Sherry finds some "-and Middleman wouldn'tyou "Yes I know." She pushed her way with: some in a strains dvolce. "The drive with Marcia Is out" t r4'''.
by the p..tor. strange guests In his house for the ?" Marcia difficulty past a crowd of people "Not at all, old man." Jim spoke returned A +
eeJ'lllOD 'Christian En- weekend, them Jim say asked regarding "Well, all I'd like to say la thatif Sherry forcibly. rising: r
among Stal-
8:30: p. JXI-JI1Dlo, ston, whose wife Sherry critically. things get too thick-there's all of whom were concentrating; up with over-cordiality. tension was making Itself felt between rr, X'd.'
had
Sherry stol
their attention upon somethingthat Ignoring him completely, Sherry the two shocked. M
She Sherry twitched with always! somebodylIe broke off. men. Faintly ,
en. Is annoyance.
wo'p-: m.-Eventng Worship. Moulton. now married. Lord "I'd like some brandy and soda. "I mean It," he said In a fierce eventually turned out to beEdgar swept Marcia off In his arms. Sherry could feel age-old prim., nl hfi ,h k ,,k,
---. Suddenly Sherry and whisper. wearing a silk hat and "Making quite a fool out of me itive emotions surging through .e '
Anybody else? Tell Stafford
Jim hear will
Fist\ Christian Church; hall. "her voice' In' the entrance. you Marcia?'* Sherry stood '.t'the French window coonskin coat. He was exchanging aren't you?" he said through a set him-hate-murderous cut-throat '
)
Rev W. T. MoGulre Pastor I Diana was Jim's partner "Jim- "I hate to Interrupt you passionate klusea with a young Imlle.Marcia'. hate-the urge to kill. Trembling f{ 1'

Bible School, 10 a. m. it" ale, Boysle," she asked two," he said coolly"but If you girl. mouth curved pro vac atlvely. slightly he jammed his hands Into i)
Chapter NinA scanning :Mrs. Townsend. Ed- "I hadn't noticed It. AmI
Communion, 11 a. m. I her cards "do you do anything recall there's a bridge game going "Ah. there his pockets. '1f:
Christian\ Endeavor, 7 p..m. SLAM IN HEARTS different from what used on" gar hailed her "youTo.. just In ?" Jim's sudden burst of uproarious of { ,; '
you
prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: I to?" "That's right, there is. Isn't time." I Sherry looked at her 8tet'nly."My larghter was as nerve-racking as a

m. Jim and Sherry had tiptoed to Jim blushed. "Er-beg pardon't""Really. there?" Jim offered his arm to "Just in time for what? The police grandfather always used! to street drill. 9 ,

*preaching Second Sunday' 11- a.- the door and were peeking out at Diana" Sherry said Marcia and they returned Indoors. ? What are ;you' doing-anJ say_'It's a wise! wife that knows "What's so funny" Sherry asked r fa

III- and 8 p. m.Roaewood. Lord and Lady Moulton with com with a sly smile "How did I make out," he asked stop it." when to stop' hoarsely. .!t1'r'; '
-- plete Incredulity. Diana dimpled "I'm Sherry pointing to the bridge "This Is a charade He was tapped lightly on the Jim laughed again, then sobered. F":
talking
Baptist Church score. "Looks more Jlke the last quarter shoulder It was Jim. cutting In. "You saying the drive, with t, ?
between Yale and Vassar." She "Ifyou; don't mind-" Marcia is out j ,
PeetorServices "I don't know. Sherry lookedat ; ',
Hev L. O. Hemingway. Bible Marcia pointedly. "How DID he proceeded on her way. Then she Sherry faced him In Impotent Sherry stared. "And that's BO- 1-

every Sundays at 3:30I "I'm very ,fond of you, make out?" was brought up short at the spectacle rage helplessly bound to relinquish very funny T" rF1';( '
Service :
J study 10:15: a. m. of Terese seated In Moulton'slap Marcia. "
a Marcia very fond of "A little slam in hearts-doubled "Very. ;4 y r
I 'clock In afternoon. to- I She waved to him Jim' }
while they played a banjo over "Well It Isn't. :'at
," said Jim. she answered demurely I;
k you "Nice work," Sherry commended gether."I shoulder as they danced away, "No" rIL'('" #+

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH t'a' him. "No." J1; a w ,

Rev L. A. Donnley, Pastor e "Thanks." Jim balanced himself against "'I. ,

Services every first. Sunday. "Come, come," Sherry said with the wall negligently. "Well now.
Sunday School 2:30: p. m. a poor attempt at bravado "you tell me, Sherry-you have a much tjJ, f iblr,

Bible Study and Prayer Services mustn't steal my wife away under better sense of humor than I-. ,#

every Saturday night my very roof'"' Just what Isn't funny?" '.. 1,

"Nothing would give me greater Almost for the first time In his 4 *;

pleasure," Jim replied suavely. I life Sherry understood what the Ilf. .
Stafford was requesting their phrase "''to grind one's teeth In ,

BOB> JONESComments attention. "The lady with the ban- rage" meant. He was doing It !",
himself.
jo is here," he Informed them. "You aren't""Po.dlbly '
11 Sherry started. "Who?" not,", Jjm, admitted '

On Here : c. : "Oh yes," Marcia said hurry. easily. "But you are.. You're even :t

AndIlereafter, Av ,1 .J M, Ing to the door. funnier than I was-" his vole r1$ e'
dropped to a curiously even hardness
I f.
'I "-when I was In the aam* ,
Ten
"Have there always been trees I Chapter bOil t." \
That Is what .n"You're t fl'hU M my hus- Sherry felt the blood rush to .
here In this park. I "IT'S A WISE WIFE band, Mr. Warren his
I a converted drunkard asked :Mel eyes and there seemed to be a peculiar ; o\I, t'tp
1.1'1.dd\ Teresa
Trotter, the famous rescue mission Miss Germain aren'tyou whistling In his ears., "How- t\;\; '" ,;-
?" Marcia said to Terese witha : 1__ InrUniHl her head do "
worker of Grand Rapids Michigan you mean-the same boat? 1 ,
I In non-committal
a short while after the Inquirer pleasant smile. a "The-same-boat," Jim repeat. G;

bad been saved from drunkenness. T "Yea. Mrs. Townsend how. ed significantly his eyes ,boring W .
! Mel Trotter who .is the "No. I'm her granddaughter" into Sherry's. '

greatest rescue mission worker In: They smiled at each other politely suppose this Is another And' my grandmother always (Jim's moaning Is only too clear. /I

J the world and who recently received "Mrs. Townsend had planned a charade," Fanny said disgustedly used to say-'Pfooey to you'," "The same boat" ho haa said to ;Jf: .{{,

the honorary degree_of_Doctor much larger party but if you don't 'Well, it's the first time I ever Moulton beaming affablly turned Sherry serving notice that he u% ,!* '
of Divinity at the Bob Jones mind playing for just- a few of saw a four-legged banjo." to him for an explanation leaking his wife away from him It "
College, said "A drunkard never "That large bag goes in Lord about bridge. Aren't you terrible.! us--we tried to get word to you" "I'm awfully glad I came, Mrs "Pfooey Pfooey What's that he can. Will Marcia leave Sherry' :;
"
i looks A' drunkard1"looks' Mqultpn'* .room she !was DirectIng Two hearts I "Well now that I'm here-" Townsend," Teresa said. "You have mean T""Jt's for Jim Don't mla next week's \t;:
up. the butler. "Where's; my jewel The others passed and Jim bid Marcia beamed her. '
down." Sin always pulls down. It on "That'saWfully such Interesting guests an American expression, thrilling Installment) !raj'. r"
case?" She emitted a frantic four hearts. As if It had been a nice of If don't when t
takes the upward look to trans- you. you Fanny was about to reply Sherry snarled "It means, Thank -- .
form a human life. Paul had a squeal. "Ducky I've lost my jewel signal be and Diana were shouting mind being a guest-Instead of an Sherry walked by accompanied by you for the dance" A stainless steel airplane W4l141'1 ;t, .
case. I've been robbed! Telephonethe at each other !in the bitterest ol entertainer" Diana. at his elbow ed. Into '
Fanny was now practically one piece baa ''j '{'
heavenly vision to which he was I 1\ ;
true police." bridge vituperation. Teresa caressed! her hair with a "I want to talk to you," Fanny again. "Now see here young fellow been, retired'from service and

"Rot!" Lord Moulton handed it "I say-stop rowing you two" grand gesture. "I'm always treated said to him noting his morose before you make a complete placed on exhibition In a ,,Philadelphia 1\.. ,
to her. Moulton interposed. "You're not as a gue t." face. ass of yourself" Institution if f

The thing that coats lesa and Marcia and Fanny walked into married any more." He laughed "I'm sure you are" Marcia said But Mra. Townsend," Diana Sherry Immediately signaled to ,I""

pays the biggest dividends is klnd- the room and 'stood behind Jim heartily. "Har. Not bad, eh?" agreeably "Would you like to twittered "he's simply Impossible Lord Moulton. "Your dance, I believe f: r

new. It Is Impossible to turn ,up and Sherry. "Sorry," Secretly Jim was meet our other /guests?" She went But I know why" she babbled, ," $f

four nose and smile at the same "Jim I'm'so glad to see you," amused "I apologize." about the business of making introductions do you Mrs Townsend? It's Marcia Moulton was delighted. "Why I

time. You can grin with your Marcia said warmly. "Don't. Know how easy It Is Then she turned to and Jim. Isn't it exciting. yes--why not old dear" He grasp .I '

nose high in the air but you can Sherry turned to her. "Darling, myself" :Moulton assured him. Sherry "And 'my husband Mr. They've been out In the gardennow ed Fanny firmly about the middle. L,;

not smile. What' the.world, needs It I may ask a personal question Marcia was standing outside on Warren.. for an hour." "One, two three and away we go

II 4 kindly smile and a sympathetic what are you up to?" the terrace. Jim rose quietly and This was not a new situation to Sherry consulted his watch. "An -what?" BILIOUSNESS. ,:

handshake, and a. tender word "Up to?"* Marcia was limpid- joined her, Sherry, oblivious to the Tere e. She Inclined-her head In hour and fifteen minutes," he cor "SherryFanny cried desper ,

Of course, all of these things eyed Innocence. game, stared after him. .

ibould be given In the name and "Marcia, Darling!" Diana gushed "Your play Sherry," Diana reminded 4t'o '
spirit of Jesus Christ into the room. him.. ,

-- Diana, my dear." "Is it," he said absently. "Oh 10A- y e s r rl x 4lyg. 8' ? jYi : ,,< F<. .Yt '; Y + e''
There seems ;;be 'a. fraternity: I And then followed a steady bar- pardon." 6 .tw y< b'' % Z4 : -

of drug addicts. 1 rage of effusive questions, answer* Outside on the terrace Jim sauntered -
,These :pooraf
,, ,, rf r ;
flitted people fellowship together. and comments In general punctuated carelessly to Marcia's side. ey tl f; ',," J

"Birds of a feather flock together" by the twittering of the impeccable .. She drew her lips into a hostess C/n H '

holds everywhere in the social Lord Moulton. smile. "How's the bridge game?" v, k

world. From, many years of experience Then Diana, spied Jim. "Jlmsy. "Perfect. He turned her face to
the editor bas observed that Joysie, I'm so so SO glad to Be. I the light. "What's the matter, 7i
"npers" you." She turned to her husband. Marcia Has Sherry been straying i
group together. "Orlp- ,
lot'> Is a college word for com- "Ducky this Is Jlmsy Boysle." off the reservation?" He stopped

Platnlnsr. Some people seem to be "Quite." Moulton proffered his and colored. "I'm sorry I said .' rvi

born" with a tendency to find fault hand. "The perfect husband. that. It's none of my business. i S

ma even when these people become "I beg your pardon? The per- Then he thumped the rail. "But If ,.
, Christians they seem to car- fect what?" Jim asked. be has I'd like to knock his block if

'ry this disposition Into religious "He says 'the perfect husband'," off"

Programs and they make trouble Diana explained. "That's because "\VhyT"

Wherever they go. The apostleys I'm always praising you to him." "Becausebe steadied his II ,
__ 'i 'iY
-I'm S
James transfixed voice to a normal pitch /
that all' the .'war and She seemed suddenly *
"
trouble among Christians comes : for her eye had lighted on the now very fond of you MarciaVERYfond W :.&--- -

from war in our member) In other retiring Sh rry.' "Petty Wetty, of you." .
words, there Is fighting-.going: she shrieked.. "I hope so, Jim," Marcia said I

Olin the very body of a complainer Jim's laugb.wa a yell of pure gravely, "because I've always been ? :

.r and a troublemaker. The trou- delight In which ,the others joined. very fond of you In spite of the r '' t tQ
"e causes Is the result' of the .Then there 'were more Introduc- I way you feel about Sherry., 4 ', UK' <* >*.TSfrfofe* fH ,

, WDlcll1lc eruption ,of la"roWD"d; :t%ins and more' twitterings all There was a deep throaty growlin t& Bl WBBBJBBPHi WV >
. Pl'aVlty.Vby around. Jim's vcice. "He played me a ? ,

, =--- __ "Just call me* Fanny Wanny. dirty trick and if he's starting to
that lady told Diana cordially. do the same thing to you-"; 't E

+Il eta Tor, Ot>rtr RE Rift What a .divinely- Interesting "I didn't say he was," Marcia '

Stl7ttR oas flat ilpcht; week-end we're going to have. replied wearily.

Diana breathed happily. "No, I know." He fell silent.

Sherry looked at Marcia who "And even if be were," she' finally MMKT Of tw*r..5s dv .r.

smiled back, inscrutably. They all said out of the heavily laden

strolled Into the living room. pause "what's wrong about It" T""Wbat' Jim The car hyoun. the, streets and highways, too we want you to drive M Ifitltlsfll ,
"Isn't It lucky I could get you wrong about It? ,

all together?" Marcia said. quivered with sheer astonishment. BALANCED LOW-PRICED CAR EVER BUILT
MOST FINELY ,
' Diana beamed. ."Too lucky for "Marcla!t" THE : ,
"Just because I'm married to

I IMaovlR words."Too, TOO lucky."Jim put In. Sherry," Marcia said persuasively, -.-.. Your Chevrolet dealer is host I You And how much more satisfied you'll be to own Mw w '

Too too. .TOO LUCKY Sherry as If It were Jim's trouble she was are his invited guest! Invited to 1M only ear In th* lowest price range with a beautifully "un

said going him one better."I trying: to untangle rather than her Master De Luxe Chevrolet without styled Body by Fi.herlOlid steel Turret Top p'
, '\ not his guardian. He'llof drive the new. { r
don'l )' : pass," Fanny said tersely.How own, "I'm and the famous K ee.Aetion
Chevrolet i la traffic construction gliding
, "Jr the relief c1AI1ra:3ejtsar ? about some bridge?" Marcia age, free white and twentyone. any obligation! Try this new "
, '.. COVET suggested brightly.At ." on the hills pa the straightaway, and learn bow Ride! Come drive' the Master De Luxe Chevrolet ts'' "
,
"""""'h IdTS Heaclaohe.' Add S e-: the Instant chorus of assent "He's too darn her free.head" in ..Iownel'atlon. much finer jt. ,is than any other low-priced carl! CHEVROLET MOTOR CO.. DETROIT MICH.a" s' a '

'."Sr aXNrT1"tl? *t.11_ Marcia set about arranging chairs Marcia shook aas..l e'a IOM MlvmJprieM sail easy GM. t.C. '-." A Cmml Mobs .... '' 4 ;
he's not. I know Casper. M
umatJc,aDd Sdatta alMr. '. and a table. "We can get In a "No J y rlDSAaaSAb
,.1ALxA.sILTZD: a .. couple of rubbers before dressing" Sherry's faults. I knew them: ; 'v l (
llIIorkhnl drink ..ii when I married him." She touched ,
said smoothly."If CHEVROLETTorode '
I eC' (watyl-wUey1.4) I t eras she don't mind, count me Jim's shoulder lightly as If for c4t $eLuxe
you
-.11 married drunkard ,
\\1IIeI1i. U.b rreg laa tbeyalaali.r out. Sherry said. strength. "If rd a arKM."r
remo.e. Marcia answered I wouldn't yell for help the .
? t.o l the -- when "Ob, no, Sherry.
, ze.u o Add. love bridge. first night he fell into the front .
f fir briskly, ,'you
Jogr Ins .-..at hall.' I'd put him to bed and try
8fttI .. the gala hs.t.a Fanny? Chevrolet Co.
..
311 about it""Try
, sad Ma p.frs FT'" "No thanks Til Titbits'. to forget ,
.rr ,
-
f. .. Moulton ,wa puzzled. "Klbits? 1 ? ..
t. returned chal-;
"Yes, Marcia STARKE FLORIDA
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.;, Established 1877 1
TO CLASSIFY

,I. SS81.M.EABEFL = ; Heard, But nr nwssEM., KAY

!: :,. /p:FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION .rerr 1 NO.I%. .
.' ; Pudcz"e I Going To Waste ,....:.: ; FIGURE FOR BALLROOM DANCING
PRACTICE
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, ; -- -- ---- the same advertisement "Loveable/ Me.: '
THE\ OBJECT OF THIS INVENTION IS TO
' Published Weekly on Fridays! and Entered as Second Class Lady, romantic, with money, I'M off to California with my baa le PROVIDe
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida craves friendship. Gladys Fore, 8 Jo on my knee." f A FIGURE'CAPABl.E'OF.MOVEMNT OVER A
_. _.. Club, Oxford, Fla" Is still appear] Of course I've; got no more bunt l.ne811 FLOOR.WITH MEANS WHEREBY A STUDENT
-- -- to be
doin' It than I'd have
ing in a farm paper after a periodof
'
E. L. Matthews.---------__Editor and Owner several months.It shovin' off for the North Pole or MAV BE PROP6R.L."I..ATTACHED THERE TO.ADJUSTABLE

----- -_. -- seems just a little depressingthat Tlmbucktoo, but you know if you It 1 TO ANY SIZE STUDENT TOaASSIST
SUBSCRIPTION RATE a loveable lady should ba wait to do a thing until everything HIM'IN LEARNING'TO MANEUVERA
especially a Is Just RIGHT you wind up by
craving friendship
Cffi Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75e-Payable In Advance ? A ON A BALLROOM
loveable lady who is romantic, and never doln' It.Twenty.one. ?A Wt- FLOOR |,
'' Advertising Rates 'on Application more especially a loveable lady years ago I left California I
has flat Its back and- start
who la romantic AND who I on
'ed out M a little flat footed coun-
It has been fine weather for ducks and strawberry set- ,I money. try boy, out for no good reason, I -

ting.: Fooled Again and after seeln' various and sun REALhYt"'w

The life of a professional astronomer dry parts of the world I finally VERY MUCH

4't Motto for business firm: "Your credit Is good, but your must certainly be no bed sit here landed ever In Florida since. and I've been '
of roses. The poor fellows TNfI
7 'cash is better" around for a century or so waitingfor Every year, I've promised mother YOU ATTALNMtNr'
and grandma that I'd be comla I
g an eclipse or a comet to come !
in the first thing he thinks along and then, just as the much out to see 'era but something1" always )
When a person's ship comes Is about to messed me up and I never
heralded phenomenon
k, about is a yacht. take place, a cloud looms up ,and went. But the okl folks wrote me L'I
:
o i spoils the whole show. a letter last Week remlndln' me :
At least that has been our experience that It had been .twenty-one years
,g. If you see the handwriting'on the wall blame it on the In what little amateur since I'd been home, so in spite of
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neighbors' children.It's star-gating we have indulged In hell, hlghwater.and all the money
'iR o and It seems only reasonable to I owe, I'm cllmbtn' In the old char- )
that the clouds that lot with mama and the offspringand V
a wise relief client who knows where the PWA ends, float assume across our same naked eye will we're gonna. make a try for

;3 and the WPA begins. also float across the vision of the It. -= -
I may' have to stop here and
mllllon-dollar-tele-
with
ir S o fellow a .
there along the way and sell papers AH THIS IS THE
If you are a poor speller you might reduce propaganda to scope.Take Monday night for Instance.For I or do some plain and fancy FIRST TIMe live

r four letters-BULL. weeks we had been reading dlsh-washin' to get by, but any- EVER BEEN ABLE
o about the total eclipse of the how 1 made up' my mind I'm goln' TO FIND A @E(

The only time the average person realizes it is wrong,to Moon.minute that We knew Heavenly at exactly body would what so I'll that's be keeplu'that. my eyes and ears DANCING PARTNER I

gamble is when he loses. enter the Penumbra and whento open along the way and ought to MY size 8 tI

o the second-U would start into pick up a lot of new ideas about I c //
tourists and how to treat 'em
the Umbra. (The article we readfor&ot
locate the
have to
t Congress should remember that you .
to explain what the Umbra learn what folks In the other partof

p rich before you can soak them. and the Penumbra are, but any the country think of us, get a ,'

:. o way they sounded awfully scientific peek or two at'the California Pacific .

Prosperity will be back. when more people can afford a when and the It Moon seemed was nice going to to know en- San Diego International and take Exposition In a few other at I.. .. J (. .-... :AA.T .

good oldfashioned nervous breakdown, : ter them.) sights, and as I find'things I ... : to!_ n"- FitFMI1':

w o In spite of our wide experienceat think will interest you, I'll make a ., .
missing these free shows of the note of 'em and,try to drop you a
Modern prophets always get enough money on deposit sky, we really had high hopes of line now and then from along. the stored.' We know that if our banks I under ''the policies of the present:

before they predict anything optimistic. seeing the eclipse as 10:12: (the route. II From Other Pens fall 'our deposits are insured In administration. Farm cash !Income_
o appointed time) approached and Of course I know that these sec- II full., from marketing of crops and HveJ

la The Mount Dora Topic says the best way to get hitch occasional, cloud floated across ond hand vacation trips where The needy. have been saved fromstarvation. stock In the United States wisl
the brilliant surface of the Moon. some guy spends all his time tellin'you slightly over four billions In 1932.1,
:' hikers off the road is to leave them there. However, promptly at 10:11: as It 'what a swell time HE had THINK ON THESIS THINGS Thousands of home and property five hundred millions higher ml

o by diabolical design of some resi- aren't so hot;,but I'll try to find While the Roosevelt administration owners would have been deprivedof 1933.and still higher in 1934, ex,I
dent of the nether regions, the 'somethhV Interesting' to write is being subjected to some their holdings if the Roosevelt I ceeding the 1932 Income by one bill
The Administration should remember that you have to Moon entered not the Umbra nor about or I Just :won't write. severe criticism, it Is weU to remember administration had not set up the ; lion two hundred millions of dol-l

4' locate the rich before you can soak them. the Penumbra-It entered an Inv By the time you read this, I that thought of the poet necessary machinery to'give them lars. This Increase Is above and!
n ponlrabla cloud bank that quick p :Sht to be s m where out In the who said: "Errors, like straws 'on relief. in addition to benefit and rental!

vacation ly spread frcm one end cf the sky great open spaces where the men the surface flow; He who 'would People are being taken off poor payments made to farmers In 19331
pM; When a wealthy man becomes ill he takes a ; are men and the search for, pearls must dive be.,
to the other. women are gladof unproductive land and' moved to and 1931, which payments further]
when a poor man becomes ill he takes a pili.It"s We are reliably Informed that It, chugrgtn' along through the low." I more fertile soil where they will dwelled l the farm Income
r o the Moon coyly emerged from the sagebrush and cactus with the One does not have to dive very have;.a. better opportunity to earna \Vu admit mistakes have beetl!!
cloud bank for a short while alongabout temperature 120 in the shade and far below the surface errors and living. made but we also proclaim much I
all right to bury ,the hatchet with an enemy providing darn little shade we admit there have been .....
11:30: but by that time this but others have errorsto > Through conservation work our has been accompllshed.--Wayne
1- he doesn't) let YOQ have it with the handle. column Itself was Just enteringthe lived through.lt, so I guess I can find the'pearls of the Roosevelt )forests have been renewed, waste- County,(W, V.) Hews

l r 0-' ,.Penumbra and getting ready but I know_thbre'll\ be a lot of administration. Here are some of ful Boll erosion 13 being combated .-.T.__p
: Human nature is the thing that makes a person smile to go Into total eclipse for the times on the trip, when I'll be them, and one doesn't even have and flood damages are being' lessened A highway more than 3,20d|
thinldn' of 'goocj to down far to lol
night. old Airconditioned I go enough requirea thereby. miles long has been planned
k;,:; when giving criticism and frown when taking.......,. it.,." .. ..'i:',,. And so It Is, whether the phe- Florida: with, her crossstatebreezes'trom diving suit to .bring these to Earnings of farmers as well as connect the southern boundary ofl
I.'I'; 0 nomenon in question is a shooting t Comfortable Atlantic light: Industrial and mercantile corpora- the United l States with the Panama -|
,A Perhaps Methuselah' lived to a ripe old 'age because he otar, an eclipse or merely the passIng I her cool nights Confidence in banks has been re tions have jumped tremendously ,Canal Zone.(
of tho time of day by two I and delightful summer days and
J ;didn't have to open packages wrapped cellophane.' Heavenly bodies It either occurs' no matter what happens I'll be

f --.0 when we have our back turned or doggone glad to get back, and I
.' at some hour so unearthly that a know that California with all her
A writer remarks that a sensitive man is one who feels r
decent is ashamed to charms hasn't got enough to weep
+1f d himself ignored unless someone or, other is doing him a favor., he saw person It. say me away from Florida.

""f'( i... o You must have had the same experience I Maybe when I get Into Texas I

.!, It isn't ft fact that the largest person in a theatre is always many times. You standon can find out wjjnt} percentage of
one foot and then the other or I her citrus fruits she's expectln' to LOOI! !
r'I::. in the seat.directly in front of yours-It just seems that sit on cne side and then the other, ship through the Florida Cross
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way. staring at the sky until you havea State Canal, and another thing These tread foot-
H:i,, "', 0 -' crick |In your neck and a pain In I'm interested in Is checkln' on print show how
how the sales tax Is workin out "C-3"keeps Its non-
back.
In of
+ ; Lightning tore the seat out of a man's trousers the other your tryIng to keep Finally your-mind- spite on the In some of thong states that have skid Qripafterthou-

I day and left him. uninjured. They must have been pretty Moon entering the Penumbrayou -* 'had .onrf! for a number .ot yean Every Goodyear Tire Is a bargain today service.sands: :of And miles there's of

s.'' baggy pants., have! to lell.VeR minute to>.get since It looks lifts'we would be Including the sensational "C; -3" Ail- still lots of non-skid
"'i; drink of water (or it might be havln one here sooner or later.I Weather-the tire Detective left In these trends,
: Faurot'sfamous
---0 that you've already had TOO much ought to be /able to find mate 'for thousands more
';.!' Another trouble with the country is that many,, a man water), However, that Is neither rial for a column' or two at the coast-to-coast Investigation miles of safety.

;: who wants .to.lead the national orchestra should be-plnying here or there. This point Is that Exposition, and J'U try to give you AL L-WEATN! proved.Is the world's greatest mileage __

' second fiddle. no matter how fast you hurry an honest unbiased picture of itThey'll .
back the other watchers'gleefully have to go a long way to SEE LOCAL EVIDENCEWe've
"t't' 0 Inform you that you JUST MISSED beat the Century of Progress but
itt One beau said the moon had given him just about enough I whatever It was and that it these Californians have plenty of got the evidence to back it uo !
pep and vinegar and when actual footprint records made rS.ar.wgr .
"C-3
was the MOST BEE YOUTIFUL they do by D. .
,? courage to pop the question Monday night when suddenly'Itwent throw a Is tires m 'Sui.... .
party It used
.
thing they ever saw in their lives. usually a darn by your neighbors-on the wn*..C 010.
: into eclipse .1 Next morning the' newspapers, good one so I figure the California Some roods you drivel It's first-hand
= with the final touch- at Pacific International: Exposition '
0 pathos proof that this
-- tire
great better
% gives than
i Love Is blind, and, judging: by the way some sweethearts glumly before note that It will be h e tyyears will,- ..be weir.:....worth. seeln'.. ,
you may see such a
carry on in public, they must think everyone else is suffering sight again. Indeed, they intimate During 1934, ,629 couples went 43% LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE

(from bad eyesight. that they rather, suspect you'll be to Reno. Nay for' marriage JI.censes. -AT'NO EXTRA COST 14,443. ,r Pmiliu.ml IIMWlt ,:
:
dead and &onelong before that .bC'N3': *
; 0 .
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time and don't -- -
you much care, tho
It;, It would be no trouble to dig the. cross-state canal if allthe'energy way you feel this morning.. And It Is an economic waste for farmers THE PRICESspeak

o that has been spent advocating it and opposing so it goes. to rear a new flock of layers

,tt r vit could be harnessed. The professional astronomer has each year disposing of the two- for
old hens themselves
year because
It even tougher of course. ,He they will not
produce enough-eggs to their HllM
daren't leave his telescope even' to pay W.04I
The:normal head 80,000*hatrs. but get drink of and board. P.A.lJo.gl_.
contains some ,some a water unless County A 1I.n',
:men we'know wouldn't have any trouble counting theirs on he has a wife or somebody aroundto r Monte. ,MIDD.t' .
bring It to him he just goes place each week.: We'll do It, If
j;he,fingers of one hand. without. we don't forget This column finished

0 This serves them right, however.Let Dthony.Adverse on July : +
them keep their predictions to 4th, 1930. When, we remarked .
Even the children feel better about- Some
,'r. seem to things.
that the middle of it was
themselves so we won't always be : no good .
!
;ofthem'are how throwing their chewing gum away at mealHftlrne feeling that we're missing something In our humble estimation, some- PATHFINDER, SPEEDWAY On 11,000 T.M.Brown! ,

; instead of'sticking it,under the table. we might never' bavea one said to read it again-faster buy'Goodyear'' first-. ,Ives Hot SfrtMWs Ark..DON'T .
chance to see again., this time. Huh/ Warner Baxter \ line economy: tire the you g.nulne
,f. --.0-- $ Goodyear quality at.
with his Mexican '
; haircut In famous 25
-- 'Un.1' Pathfinder.Ad lowest
}!(: One cynic has remarked that the American people are .Notes the Pampas :Moon" looked too $525' Good).... features. 4 | sturdy price Goo'e.ia the"' BE

l!divided into two,classes-those who think they are as good as Summer school at Gainesville much.like Harpo:Marx, IncIdent- center-traction safety' -t}4 1 Speedway Center- : D
,.anybodyelse and those who think will be out In two weeks and a ally, when oh when are the Marx: .t".8c1-Supertwlel, CL traction-Supertwlst. F.0 0 L E
they are better. .... '
Bros.' to make another Cord -maximum' tough .--rta&
body
picture T A
? good fifty per cent of the pulchri- ... teas.J-h A" ;. ni jrawuilna'nevil NoA..w
0jJ. tude of Starke will return home lot of folks ,won't,care but they're .L- blowout protection. InGUARANTEE: eld IlK"rarid'rbrtettttre' "..t. ,.. k"
ae ram
,A"::restaurant in' the southern part of the state advertises w* hope.,Too bad that in an otherwise still the upper surface to us. Ono every ply. ';-brcaaoll..r. Much .louOmL r g
of our colored friends t .r..r., m'
who has .01I.o.
swell like "The In- I
pictures
:: "The harder you are to please the better we like it. I ILUS.WON&Y _
been
!former" the Interest U not sustained away to school brought his .
,
The: owners are certainly inviting an awful lot of trouble. through dull spots enoughto t report card by the; ; other, day for in = < a -" "
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O i prevent seat-squirming.,. Who i Inspection: -and then wondered U ,' .nrp Ossdyesr Tlf:, EASYTERMS

A -writer recently'disclosed that the constitution'givesthe would have, thought that VictorMcLa&len we had any old clothes.' Noisy (CAIIDIIU.W'IIOWr7 n.RU)
' could turn In a performance :speed boats seen to be on the
; Supreme Court right to decide the constitutionalIty
i no upon like that? The KIngsley wan at Kln.lleT.'for which many !
), of a law. But,who Is there to decide whether,'or not theCourt's Lake colony continues to grow- peace-loving residents are duly CASH PRICE THER
thankful.. Beauty and brains Yea,e.y.re ts ., .
decisions are constitutional? especially on the north aide where et..y. was.
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t1 houses are now as thick as hops. seem never to have gone together.
Simile: as humorless! as the What member cI..tba fair sex was ;
It !Florida last week honored the memory of Dr. John Gor- sketches In "Esquire." We felt It.'in Roman mythology who was Motor Co.STARKEy 51

v rie.the: Pe'nsacola man 'who,invented artificial ice. All of us complimented last week ,when Jealous because ;she heard. her .
of husband calling the "breeze"
some the summer school contingent on
be thankful for his great work time drink
should every we a
and thought h to FLORID
Invited us to send a copy ,was talking .
i;::'cooling' glass'of iced tea on one of these. hot summer days. i of the paper to their boarding another woman? W A ,WEEKr
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