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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 26, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PROJECTSSUBMITTED TOBACCO TAX HOMESTEADS FARM'lROAD I STATE CUTS FARMS INCREASE I THREE ESCAPE t$: 1

. DECLARED INVALID BY TO BE PAVED TO GATE BUT VALUE IN COUNTY


RE JACKSONVILLE,JUDGE TOTAL BIG "POSSIBLY JOHNS.,. FARTHER TOLDA ," MILLAGEFORTAXLEVY DECLINES SHOWS REPORT CITY JAILDURINGWEEK l.


Federal District Judge Louie W. portion of the State Farm Although the number of farmsIn .
Strum in Jacksonville Wednesday road.will be hardaurfaced Uw Bradford County during the :

OM{ COUNTY issued ,a preliminary Injunction prison proper to the gate at the five-year period from 1930 to 1935 '

restraining collection of tobacco PERCENTValuation Bradford County, entrance and Increased from 921 to 942 and the

processing taxes from thirteen "possibly tarther;:,' Representative total number of acres under cultivation -.

Asked For Florida cigar manufacturers.The Charley E. Johns was notified this Sholtz Announces Increased from 68.623 to
Iron Bar Used
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Funds order said "the agricultural week by Leon B. Thrasher, State 57,175, the value of farm buildingand / ,

Grading Rural adjustmtnt act'' appears to be Falls Under Road Department member Reduction This lands decreased from $2,390- To Batter OutJVlndows

Roads violative of provisions of the constitution Last Year's The work will be done by the L. Week 261 to $1.447,460 during the same '
of the United States. M. Gray construction company period of time, according to a recent ,,

The Florida firms attacking the who are busy at the present time census taken by the department 'i l
WORK UNDER WPA AAA processing tax and asking ASSESSOR HAS ROLL hardsurfactng the road from the TAXES 4 PER CENT LESS of sommerce. ALL BUT ONE PRISONER. a

STILLJDELAYED for the injunction were ordered to READY FOR BOARD prison to the Union. County line. IF PAID IN NOVEMBER Totals revealed by the census for SOON. RECAPTURED* y
IS pay into the registry of the court the state of Florida showed a corresponding -

Bradford County projects the amount of the processing taxes County Tax Assessor N. D. Governor Sholt Wednesday announced Increase in the number An otherwise quiet Sunday aft

Lvldlng Two for widening the chan- which otherwise would be collect Wainwright who has Just completed QUESTIONSAbout a reduction of flve.el hths, of farms and the number of acres ernoon was spoiled by, the escapeof

of Alligator Creek between ed from them, pending a final de- his tax assessment roll for of a mill In the state ad valoremtax under cultivation, but a decrease two prisoners from the city r

fcarte d and Rowell Lake, and cision on validity of the law. presentation to the County Commissioners : levy for 1935 making It 5 1-3 in valuation of farm property. The jail here. The men Earl Johns, '

blading, reshaping, and ,The Injunction was directed at their equalization mills new census shows 72,822 farms of Keystone Heights, and an es- ;
10'A1Dg fifty-one miles of counroada against J. Edwin Larson, collectorof meeting July 29, this week esti- HousingANSWERED Last year It was 6 1-8 mills. comprised of 5,938,233 acres witha Inmate of the transient camp at

gIIIg Nos. 1, 2, 4, 6, 9.and 14 mated the assessed valuation of r State revenues from ad valorem value for land and buildings of Keystone, were locked up Satur-

leat to the "live" property In the countyat taxes were slashed in 1934 by the $317,335.618. In 1930 there were day night by Marshal A, L. Alva-'

1 night by the ettatetWorkee DELINQUENCY $400.000.. adoption of the homestead tax exemption 58,966 farms comprising 5,026.617 res. a

i Administration In a group of Homestead exemption lands amendment to the con acres, which were valued at $423- Johns was arrested for driving ;y

oU'ere.T were estimated at $216,000 for ap- stitution. Following Its adoption, 346262. without lights and the other man. ;t:
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Alligator Creek project proximately forty-seven' per cent LOANS FOR NEW HOMES Governor Sholts estimated the Figures for Union County showed whose name was not learned was

The for M expenditure of $12.539 In Florida'IS of county property, Mr. Wainwright ARE EXPLAINEDBY amendment, which exempted 067 farms comprising 77,824 picked up on charges of intoxica
local contribution. No said. Tax certificate lands -WALL homesteads up to a valuation of acres valued at $824,482 In 1933as tlon ,
1tb no .
ent figures were contained In the were estimated at $251,000.The --:.- $5OOO, would decrease revenue by compared with 607 farms com- By diligent' use,of an Iron bar 3
prising 68.783 acres valued at $2-
ppllcatlon for county road prow ALARMING assessed valuation of Brad H. C. Wall, chairman of the approximately $9,000,000. 409,891 In 1930.LIBRARY. the two prisoners broke the lock qn

KPtfl' ford County last year was slightly Bradford County Better Housing Each mill produced slightly In on their cell and then smashed the. iy'

Is not known when the prate more than a million dollars, the Committee, sal'dHhls week that a excess of $400,000 last year, casement out of two city hall windows ti4

will be approved or when AUDITOR ANALYZES TAX assessor said. large number of Inquiries continueto Mlllages for this year will bet: HERE that stood between them and

ork will begin on them after they SITUATION IN An act of the recent legislaturedrew ,. come to his office from people State school fund, fixed by constitutional freedom. Both windows were covered J

iw been approved. Work has STATETax a distinction between "live here who wish to build new homes provision, one mill;; with Iron grldwork.

yet started on 144 Ftorlda pro- property and tax: delinquent prop 'or from those who plan to repair state board of health, 1.2 mill; live AlreadyPOPULAR Johns was captured when he ; '

ects that have already been ap- delinquency In Florida "has erty, and required that assessmentrolls the ones they alreacV have stock sanitary board for tick eradication made an Ill-timed appearance In I

roved. reached alarming proportions,"' a be made up accordingly. Under Mr. Wall answerer the following 1.2 mill; prison fund, 3-8 Starke Tuesday morning, but nothing .

I Engineers are now at work on special committee on taxation and a recent decision of the Supreme question In reference to loans mill; pension fund, 2 3-8 mills; and : has yet been seen of the gentleman t

Icbool projects for Bradford Coun- bond debt, operating under direction Court county commissionersare under Title 2, which are mode for free text book fund, 3-4 mill. who forgot to leave his .

r totaling approximately $113- of State Auditor Bryan Willis required to anticipate ninety- the purpose o'*' building new Last year's mlllagea were: name.

It was believed that these said In a revised report just five per cent tax collections. : homes: School fund, one mill; pension BOOKS NOT IN STOCK The third escape of the week occurred -

'ould be ready to submit to he published.,. e What Is the Insured. Mortgage fund three mills, state board of ORDERED ONREQUEST Tuesday morning when Eddie d

lute WPA office some time to- "All jurisdictions in Florida" PUnTA health, 1-2 mill: live stock sanitary Rlsby, negro, taking advantageof

y. the committee said, "collected FREE BOOKSArrive new mortgage system created board, 1-2 mill, prison fund 3-8 one of the windows that hadpreviously

during the last ,fiscal year less under the National Housing Act mill; free text book fund, 3-4 mill. The public library lately Installed been broken open, made '

than sixty per cent of the prop- under which mortgage lenders are Taxes under the new state levy In the Woman's Club buildingIs a leap for the wide open spaces aa f

TO ENFORCE erty taxes assessed, Insured against loss through a mutual are payable November 1. If paid proving very.pQS>uII.r"wlth the Marshal W. B. Thornton. opened iQ ,

"Delinquency Is more- serious In i mortgage Insurance fund applying during that month, the tax Is reduced people of Starks and surroundingsand his cell to allow him to visit. the

Florida than In any other of forty- FOR SCHOOLSSHIPMENT to a standardized form of four per cent, If paid during the librarian, Mrs" H. H. \Juratory. jar

OccupationalUCENSE'TAX' five states in the union. Cities collect I home mortgage lending. December they are reduced three Young, reports; steady' demand The city has set about repairing .

scarcely half of their taxes. Who ran borrow. under this new per cent and during February one for the books on hand. :: Us windows and incidentally, the p1,

About one-half of the land; 4'rea In system T per cent. They become delinquentIf There are also frequent calls for Iron bars will be set In cement this

the state is covered by."x certificates : VALUED AT Any responsible person with a not paid by .April 1. books not yet }n stock and Mrs time Instead of In a light woodeo

representing delinquent tax- $2.000 RECEIVED steady Income and a' good credit Young suggests that the names of casement as before, ri"
"* these books be''left with her next
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es" : .. HEREA. record.To "BUSTER"KICKLITER A merry chase through the
LEE SAYS MERCHANTSWILL week and an effort will be madeto
A prell nary'report by the whom do I apply? streets took before
place Rlaby
BE FORCEDTO committee which operated on To any lending li F Ututlon ap- obtain them from the state li
J. Qrlffls, superintendent rr l was overtaken In a yard on Cherry
PAY. UPJ /' funds supplied .by the federal of Bradford County schools" said proved by the Federal Housing Administration .BURIED"SUNDA Y AFTER- brary. IIbrlrlan'wlshe. Street
thank
emergency relief administration, yesterday ,that a shipment of >to''make Insured NOON IN CROSBY The. to .....,....... Cv
J TALLAHASSEE Comptroller was presented to the recent legis $2,000 worth of free text books mortgage loans. Bryant Beasley's manual training F
I.1t Lee said this week "The lature. It recommended a constitutional for Junior and senior high What kind of property may be CEMETERY class of the Vacation Bible School WORKERSTO >

ouna have blazed the way for me amendment to allow levy schools arrived here Tuesday financed by an Insured Mortgage/ Funeral services for Charles Lucian for painting tables to be used In REGISTER
the She has also
9 collect" the occupational llceni of an income ax "to promote a This Is practically all that will Loan Klckllter, 23, were held from reading rooms.
provided by the chain store tax better balance In the tax system," be sent here, Mr. Griffis said, Any property primarily to be the Baptist Church here Sunday acknowledged gifts of fifteen REEMPLOYMENT OFFICE
books from E. 1.. Matthews and elk
'f "and now I'm going to put but proposals In the legislature to although It Is likely that an. used as a residence, provided it afternoon at 2 o'clock. The popular .. WILL BE OPEN
six books from A. Z. Adkins Jr.
e i lid down on them." submit such an amendment to the other shipment amounting .to meets the simple requirements a. young man, a native of Starke,, MONDAYBeginning p
An effort will be made to
keep
| Collections will be made on thee voter were not adopted.The about $300 might be made. to location, character of neighborhood was killed early Thursday morning .
t of $10 for a single store to report continued: Mr. Griffin made an urgent and type of construction. of last week when a truck he was the reading room stocked with Monday, July 29, the
and other litera
400) for chain stores in groups of "The assessment and collectionof request that all persons who What Is the maximum amount olu driving overturned near Rocking- good magazines National Reemployment Service twill

Ween or more Comptroller Lee .the property tax is at present have free books In their poesession loan under an Insured mortgage ham, N.- C."Buster ture. Any donations for this purpose maintain an office In Starke t'

'd. "If the courts finally, throw ineffective and unduly expensive. return them ImmediatelyIn TNot ," as he was familiarly will be greatly i appreciated. for,a short time for the accommo
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t the gross receipts tax' provl- Much taxable property escapes order that they may be panted more than a maximum of known here, had been employedfor dation of all unemployed persons

Kou ond double the occupational the assesorr and. that which Is on to other students.' There eighty per cent of the appraised the past year driving an oil Forsyth Wins DecisionVasco who are as yet unregistered with .

iw, I wilt go back and collect assessed is valued unequally. will not be enough to go around value of the property land and truck for Motor Service, Inc., s Forsyth, starke fighter, the Service, f,

other license from store. ,,',' he i "On the average property is unIMII' aU books are returned, dwelling Included, and not 'more North Carolina company owned by won a ten-round decision bout All relief clients are expected to

do I assessed at about one-third of its Mr. Griffin said. than $16,000 In any ease. >. W. C. Miller He was graduatedfrom from Rudy Wahl, of Tampa Mon. register >with this office and any

I A three-judge Federal Court last market value, although the law What Is the major requirement the Bradford County High day night In the City Club arena other unemployed person may also

'"' temporarily enjoined the I specifies assessment at full value. T ALLAHASSECay'allotting as to location T School the class of 1930 and was In Gainesville. According to some register The office will be located f

roller[ from collecting the Tax delinquency In Florida has $6.82 to every Florida public It must be In an urban commu- captain of the football team during disgruntled sports writers, It wasa upstairs at the court house,

receipts levy provided by the reached alarming proportions. All student from the seventh throughthe nity with the usual services, such his senior year. very close fight and some and will be open from 8 a. m. until 'ir

store tax law, but did 'not jurisdictions collected during the twelve grades for free schoolbooks as water supply, sewage, and pav The funeral service was conduct. scribes seemed Inclined to disagree 5 p. m. The Reemployment Serv..,

i him from collecting occupa- last fiscal year less than sixty per next year, W. S. Cawthon, ing. ed by the Rev. C. B. Price, of the with the decision of the Judges. ice earnestly hopes all persona t
1011&I 1 licenses. The gross receipts cent of the property taxes assess superintendent of public Instruction How must the mortgage loan be Baptist Church, assisted by the However, Bradford County fane needing to register will take advantage t;

t ranges from one-half of one ed." said he expected to save the repaid TIn Rev. B. M. Montgomery, of the who accompanied Forsyth to of this opportunity to do i

. cent to five per cent. .-- .state thousands of dollars. equal monthly amounts. Methodist Church. Interment was Gainesville say that he won the so.

I The! comptroller said approxl"ly PAID : The total cost of furnishing free What Insurance Is required T In Crosby Cemetery. fight fairly and squarely and they G. W. Bethea, Interviewer p
11,000 establishments TRIBUTE : text books to all students In the Fire and other hazard Insurance Active pallbearers were! J. D. are looking forward to another National Reemployment Serv +lt,

State had applied to his office"clarification TO PACE first to twelfth grades next year protecting the Interest of the lender Orlffis, Frow Strickland. MerrillStl'Utbo.OI possible match between these two ice. "

permits under the 'was estimated by Cawthon at as well as the borrower, and _. Wood, Richard Long meD. ,-i
'% and about EDUCATOR, NATIVE OF J775.08S-2X with $146,148.03 going the mutual mortgage" 'Insurance, .
10,000 had been I.- I and Leslie Biggs.Honorary Candidate Announces ti
""pproximatery 30,000 stores STARK- IS HIGHLY to grammar grades and $628.- the basis of this new system. W.c. Giant ToadstoolThe
pallbearers went '
Umated PRAISED !957.18 to- junior and'senior high Hew musk time us I. given to F., H. Lancaster of Ocala: has
by Lee to be affected :Miner. John Henry Heminff-
indebted
la to
Telegraph
announced his intention to enter
tit the tax law which was passed A fine tribute to the Right Reverend i school grades.382,000 There public are.school approximately students repay tile Insured time Is Mortgage reasonable Lea under r way Jack. Moore, Sid Causey, Mrs.. T. D. Rlckenbacker for an interesting the race for State Treasurer and r
Whatever
1935 legislature): EL A.Pace, native of Starke, to Tommy WilliamsRodney Causey exhibit of a giant toadstool has been canvassing In the Interest '
Stare in the statesUse the circumstances applying
L
operator In "Tbe Cathol
are required by appeared recently and Lonnie Harley. which into our
was brought He
of his candidacy the office.
I Available total maximum
"X he said, to obtain these University Bulletin" felicitating $ teeoo your case, up to a of Besides his father, J. F. Kick- office -early this week. This will oppose Hon. W, V. Knott, who "
said approximately twenty years.If
anIta period
from his office before they him on the" fiftieth anniversaryof Cawthon the permitted liter, "Buster' Is survived by twouncle. strange growth measures about has held the office for the pa.tmany
aballable to
circumstances
apply' for licenses. Continued his ordination to priesthood. $800,000 would be my future permit ., L. C. Klckllter, of Stuart, ten Inches high and the umbrella. Mr. Lancaster at &'t'
for entire mortgage years.
L -raloll! of a store without such 'Dr. Pace was born here on July public school fund next year rail I pay off the and W. W. McDonnell, of Jacksonville shaped top part Is ten Inches wide. present Is clerk of the circuit k'
booksThis iH matures on
of text full before
permit Lee said, Is In violation 3, 1861, the son of Mr. and Mrs. the purchase In basis and seven aunts'Mrs. T. U Mrs.' Rlckenbacker says that the court of Marion County which office
toe law, and Is a good I will Include the $500.000 appropriation the monthly payment. ; Jacksonville Mrs. T. B.
punishable by a George Pace. He spent for Woodward toadstool reached Its 'enormoussize he has held for a period of six., t
135'
the legislature Yes.
flee of
of his boyhood here in Strange Palatka, Mrs. J. E. Conway In about week's and
years a time 'can
many "
teen "1".. According to the }
T of books for the seventh theCtoveramnit provide "
benefit by'the, thrieijudge .elementary school before going the purchase and the Does under the Insured mortgage Jacksonville, Mrs T. A. Orlf. was found growing In a.pile of oak. didate. others aspiring to the same
raI! Court's Injunction against to Jacksonville where he attended to twelfth grades three-fourths of the money lie, Parts Island .8.1\ C., Mrs. Aga ashes. office of Hon.' Bam Oetsen ; of i''
leeloll! of gross receipts taxes, the Duval High School.He proceeds from a plantNo. tha Thomas, Stuart Mr. J. A. Baldwin ofbrlnl' Be
and *
1'1III school books. It Is private money; loanedby Bushnell Cyril .
tax for
Were' required to make epecl- is now recognlzed'as one of a mill Cunningham Sanford and Mrs. E. InJured'Bg Fall -
bonds within twenty foremost educators la the country -I -The tax was levied by the 1925legislature approved institutions who are M. Thomas, Flasks
days the
Tn when free books wero beneficiaries under the mu- Richard H. English, an employe ITo
going to collect the and for the past forty-four simply Among those from out of town
grosses of the and Davis Lumber
pta for students to the }Insurance fund administered Quigley Work In Duval
first provided tual mortgage
at the funeral were:
also from stores has been Vice-Rector i who attended the
cII do lIot make I th...' bonds" years Catholic University Washington first six grades. The 1935 legislature by the Federal. Housing Mr. T. L. Woodward, Mr. :and several Company days was seriously when he fell Injured from Milton Brownlee Jr:. left this
laid, "and for extended the provision Administration.If Mr. and Mrs. ago ",.ek.to, take charge of the screw 'd
rm going to require D. C. Early In his life he was Mrs. Mac Bishop, ,truck while lumber at
stores to obtain of the Cathedral through the twelfth grade and appropriated I want to build'.* new. home Ray.AnIUIt""I'. JImmie and Martha & loading worm control work In Duval and
operation pet: two year*.pastor the lumber Mr. EncItab'l.coatlDed .
for the purchase U I dT yard.
$300.000 what Kieklitsr. Mr, and Mrs. Waiter Nassau! Counties.. He completed
Church In SU Augustine.- additional books. the m.ttee'ln'::;: ', generalwith to his home on Church ..,
I of Dr. Pace the article of theo Discuss: McDonnell,' Cordon Donalson, bis agricultural course at the University
doing.fhbi,1that .In speaking from Injuries
_
.... Fund..d) Hand aa.approved leading intl'tutloa. Street suffering spinal of Florida this spring.
e lb. Mrs Leon WaJ wrlCbt, Mrs. J. E.
POSition U they said:;; : school fund them how much cask and bruises.Alvarez -
Tell .
made Prlestll- Since the public and Miss Pauline Cooway -
an.honest effort to --But: after all it is the Conway .
.with the ''coaU"decision, ness: of Dr. Pace that cornea to the book fund now has $377,378.85 on you can invest In the deal and thsvote all ofJacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.T. On VacationCity I Hoke Parks Dies i'
.Peellty. win occasion of the band .. revenue ,from tbe school rf'the' land If you alreadyown A. Griffin and daughters. Louise
.have to.be mvok- foreground on the Hoke Parks, who played with
.. Cawthon said it, would it. Indicate about the priceof Marshal A. L. Alvarez be-
of his priest book levy and Lucille, of Paris Island,f.
fiftieth anniversary the Starke- baseball club last seaa
$397.716.38 wish to build, andhow vacation .
"TIle to un the house you gan a ten-day Monday.He
be and
court have biased the way hood. And among the priestly vir- only necessary C.: Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Strange son, died Thursday of last week la
funds afford to to a part of the
pay spend
available can
(10 from the much you L. C. Kick. plans
collect borrowed from I children of Palatka;
: certain taxes un- tures that he baa. Jacksonville hospital. He was
tentative
these Lake.
With time at Kingsley Duringbis
i unspent money month.
The each and
rm Priest next year liter and children, Lacy :Mae
r of the High and the
t7Vaw' going to proceed the example a native of Georgia for
whether
L At wilt be used for emergencies, he figures It can determine Thomas absence, W. E. Thornton night
ey General Cary D.-Uuv Himself there Is none so strikingas Douglass, and Mrs. Agatha few had been living In Mi
past
I
be to take chiefs years
the levy In com.years. loan would acceptable marshal, will over the
mS1co to reduce such a Miller W. r'
14 Doctor of Theology said, or all of Stuart; W. C. ,
awaiting the filing of his humility. credit standpoint. If so, duties, and Melvin McKinney will Palatka. ,
threw It from a
-judge College In lag R. Crosby,. John Henry Hemingway .
Federal .Court'* at the American I school and handle the ahlft.Births .
I on allotments for should have the plans speciflcatlons all night
011 at County you Sid Causey Jack Moore
ito before of Philosophy
ruling map- Rome, Doctor competent Builds New House
a
made
were on drawn by ;
t an appeal. The decision Doctor of Laws, conferred ,book purchases of Wilmington. N. C4; Mrs. J. A.
wlU be Leipzig, American basis of $6.82 for each student. architect and estimate made by Cunningham of Sanford, Miss Opal Workmen recently began construction .,,
IIIt1JY State j appealed to the ;. on him many times by honored by Sixteen counties estimated their one or more competent and responsible Gllsson of Keystone Heights. Mrs. Mr.: and Mrs. Jim Conner, Highland on a small bungalow fur
strikingly '
at
"bln Supr.me. Court Universities, Apostolic. needs would be less than this fig contractors. With these prepared O. J. Griffin and Owen W. Griffin girl! July 19. Mrs. 8. F. Hamrlck on one of her '

three Popes a Pgothonotary is beet and most ure. Cawthon said the use of old you should then make a -
arse I Dr. nee of the school books by these counties of Crescent City. Farm boy July 21. .. built for rental Purp u.,
\ .* ;chicken* for i happily known to thousands" helped to reduce the total costs.' (Continued On Page Eight) .... r
"""on In Father Pace. ;
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HAMPTON GRAHAM BROOKER GUM BRANCH Paul Pinkerton Cantos! WIle -

..... Miss Elizabeth Ilarnage, Cor. rested by Federal agents
Mr* I/ C. a. Correspondent Jill
Mien Ad l Nirmo.l Corre..sdent Miss Vera Gainer. Correspondent AMAZE A MINUTE. as he was leaving the L
The monthly"M meeting of the W. Mrs. Aileen Padgett was visitingher [ II Mr, and Mrs!:T, N. Norman had room at St. Petersbu.t.

M. S, .of the Baptist Church was sister, Mrs. Delmar McKinzie.at Bum Ball dames ,SOKNTIFACTS- BY ARNOLD as dinner guests Thursday, Mrs Judge John I. Viney had 111'\\
held at the home of Mrs. Leroy Hart Haven Thursday.Mrs. Last Thursday afternoon the H. M. McRaa and Mrs. Walter Un- temporary injunction grhhlecl
Smith last Wednesday with ten : Leola Roberts of Brooker Green Cove base ball team motored derblU. of Pine Level section. Mrs. him from operating the r.stralnll

members present. A very InterestIng was visiting relatives over .the here to play against the Brooker H. L. Haltlwanger. of Jack on that city on the gro.mls. factory
was enjoyed the topic weekend.Rev. team. After an Interesting RACING AGAINST AIR vllle, and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mc- constituted a "public that
"i program nuisance"
being "Lifting The Banner In F. M. Taylor of Hampton game, with good playing from both A /RACIIM, CAft *PtaOIN too MIIU NIt MOUlt Rae and daughter, Miss Mildred of

f\\ Africa". After the meeting was filled his regular appointment at teams. Brooker was victorious\ bya THOUOM CAS.IPUU.Y TlAMUHt MEETS A WIMP RCtlSTAMC Plant City. NOT'C'1'1 OF APPI.Ie

adjourned refreshments were en- the Baptist Church Saturday and score of eight to two. OP HAjjK-6-TON. WHICH, AXON UMM 100 Ie *powER Mrs. Albert Williams ,of' Jacksonville FOR TAX IUtm: 'i10M
Sunday.Mrs. Sunday afternoon the Archer Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE) 18 HEnERY
Joyed by all. TO OvfcCOOMS.4. was visiting: Cl\'r
That W. E.
C. A. Waddell and little Middleton hOhl.r ,,
baseball team here to
was play Certltkate T
Mrs. Tew and daughter Mis J. S. Sapp, Wednesday. No. 493. 6th. day
and son, TommlrfJ of Arca- daughters Cenevleve and Delores, against the Brooker team. This Miss Ella Mae Sapp was In St. I). 1932 bas IUed ald eertftlea of litA. -I
Joyce In
are spending several days with her was a close game and also an ex- friends. my ollire and mad' nppllrai! !!
Mrs. Sunday visiting: for tax deed
dia, are visiting their cousin Augustine to |Issue thereon .
sister Mrs. L. C. Smith. I citing one with Archer lut cordane. with la
L. Watterson. coming Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and I In w. Raid rerlftln
f, M. Henry Reynolds of JacksonvilleIs victorious of to r embrace the following? ..
The manager of the canning center by a score five Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough of properly shunted In d. rll,
visiting his grandparents Mr. three. Woodlawn section were the guests I ty. Florida to-wit: Loir nlr01blx
here reports that more than fif- and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy. (6) of block Thirteen (iV,, c-
teen hundred cans of produce hast Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of :Most all the farmers In this sec- of Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene Sunday.Mr. coin City. in South Half IHLgoutheait >
canned In the last month. tion of the have finished and Mrs. I. A. Crosby were SEV. Quart, ,
been Hampton were dinner guests of county '' Section 32, Trmnlhi? ,
There will: be services at the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McEver, Sun gathering their tobacco crops. visiting' Mrs., T. N. Norman Sun (81.louth.i: Hansr. TwontY-Two!?(:p!

t7y I Church next Sunday mornIng Most of them averaged'a fine day.Mr.
Baptist
day.Mrs. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp had as The asaemiment of aald!
and evening. Carrie Fowler of Lake crop and we hope they find a good under the said cnrtlrirute I nrnnn|I..,

R Mr. and.Mrs. J. F. Johnson, of Wales was visiting her parents, Mr. market for It. guests Denmark Sunday and son Mr., S.and O.Mrs., and P.Mr.S. wa Unle.In the.said. name.rtltlcute of Julia.11..111.Albert..,

4 Havana who have been visiting and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney,. Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Dock Johnson and and Mrs One Denmark, all of deemed according tu I I.w, tal do,
will I lame
Mrs. Dennison day. children, of Waycrosa, Ga., have thereon on the .lIh, d
their Avery
daughter
HEAVY Starke, and Mr.; and Mrs. P. D. of August, AJ D. J935,
returned to their home last recently moved here. We wish '" .. ELECTRONS Reddish.Mr. Dated thin 19th day it, July, *.
them much success in their 1985.
THERESSA new
Saturday.O. / s'"r 'ilia DCMsrrro* ; and Mrs. Carl Dobbs and (OFFICIAL. SEAM)
4 L. Harrison and family of MIami MM n.....* 7eller. e..n......... home. AN I.LICr'JIOe It H Clyde Dobbs, of Ralford, were vIsIting A. J. THOMAS

u spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs Guy Sullivan of I The Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McGau- GIANT CRAB- 54 TMAt Mr. J. A. Harnage and fam- Clerk Bradford. of Olixult County "e'lorida'niirt. .
their ley are the "
friends here. They were on proud parents of T.U-lIt.8-U
e Vero Beach, are visiting Mr. and |M nil DUP oc.LMS- 1400 000 TOMS PtBcueic ily Hunrtay.
baby born
boy 8.
where July
way to Opp, Alabama they Mrs. L.' Gasklns and children
Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. AM CRAM MIMURIMG II INCH.
will visit. I Ivan Hazen of Ralford spent ainner of Mr. and llrs. MASTKIfK M\|.K
Mrs. B. C. Powell and children PUT FROM TIP TO TIP OFTHIIA were guests NOTICE la hereby' given thin ,
I, The Rev,W. T. McGuIre has accepted left for their home In South Miami last week-end here with his parents. 041AT PlMCMt 1tS. W. R.. Woodles, Sunday.M. der and by virtue of a Final' Icree
j, the pastorate of the Christian Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. J. McRae and son. Bill of of Foreclonure made and r
Thursday after a two week's visit dered by the Honorable A Z.
Church for a year and has located with her parents. Mr. and Mrs C. Miss Hazel Cunningham of MIami --teeaaiw. Starke were visitors In this sec-' klne, Judge of a'th'I Circuit Court A
In the parsonage beside the of is spending a while here as tion Monday. the 26th d of Flaw I
Youngblood, Theressa. In and for Bradford County,
church., Master Vernon Hall and Wll- guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. W. H. Carter returned Saturday Chancery. dated July 22nd IDS,
g --- and Mrs. W D. Webb. from Palatka ,where he has that certain cauxo therein In"
mont Brown of New Smyrna'are pending between The' Kcilcral
A visiting relatives and friends here Miss Brunell Morgan of Tampa, a been spending.a while. Hank of Columbia, Pliilniirf: and Iji
BOATDRAINMrs. this week. Is spending this week here as guestof U. Parmenter and wife Maltle p,
Z. Z Orlffls. Correspondent her Miss menter et al, UefoiiilnntH, thai;
sister Mildred Mor
CARD OF THANKSWe
Mr, and Mrs. E. K. Powell and r dernlsned. who wait therein aniioi,
gan. wish to thank our friends ed a* Special Master In cimnmrr

; (sting Mr.in and Plant MrBrBnTareen City this week.are vis- land children and who South have Carolina been in for Mary the Miss Mary Lee Lyman of Ala- -. ..---- ... .- .....-,-.-. for the kindness -and sympathy the execute Sod day the of name 8eptemln, will, m 1 I105 Mond, du
{, past few weeks rhua spent last week here with through our bereavement. ins the legal hours uf Halo, bet
w Mrs. Edna Jones was visiting are visiting Mrs. Miss Cordella Brown. the Court House door In Star
Erf Powell' parentsi.-Mr. and Mrs. Mrs..Elsie Alvarez and family. Florida, Dell to the hlKhent
'Mrs. last < C. and in
Arnold Griff Sunday. A. S'AXTONMra. I rents Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Judd. bidder, for Bash. the' followlnr d
C. W. Wilkes of Vanderbilt was Youngblood.Mrs. business in Starke Saturday. .. W. Mrs. Lizzie Tyler and chUdren CHAIN LETTER TROUBLE eorlbed lands, situate lying l and, I liln
j: (Visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Arch Pre- Cleveland Alford and children Mrs. J. W. Zeigler of Miami Is A.,T>ler. Correspond spent Sunday with Mrs. A. C. Sum- TAMPA-E. O. Culllns of Memphis In Bradford County, luruu, i

vatt last Saturday. who have been visiting relatives visiting her mbther-ln-law Mrs. J.' W. R. Swanbom of Ft. Myers, Tenn., charged with violate wit Lot St. III and the Kant; hull

'Mrs. Delia 'Lee of Tampa was Jacksonville have returned J. Zelgler In Theressa. spent the .week-end here with his mer.Mr.. Edd Stanley made. business ing Federal lottery laws throughthe Lot 51 a. per. the pint ot Wo
to their home In Theressa. J. I. Carstensen returned this family. trip to Jacksonville last week.O. operation of a dollar' chain lawn In Section 21t, Township
visiting Mr. and Mr. K. I.. GrlfftsI .South of Range 22 Bust noon
I I last Sunday., Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adklns week to Green Cove Springs aftera Mr. and Mrs. L. P Jarvis of Pa- T. Nelson was visiting friendsIn letter factory at St. Petersburg, InK ...
'k Joe Griffls Jr., and James Don- and baby Jacksonville were visiting visit with his family here. hokee spent Friday with her sister Lawtey Sunday, was bound over to the Federal with the appurtenances. paid!' ml
J'liely, of Clay County were visiting relatives here over the week Mr. and Mrs J. C. Koon of Wal- Mrs. W.:A. Tyler. Mrs. W. A. Tyler spent Sunday grand Jury for Investigation following be made the pureuant name and to said cotttifB. I Lttuntsatlefy

I IK i <\\1>friends In this section last Sun- Mid. do were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. J; C. Sinans of Nicevllle afternoon with Miss Letha. Flpp, a preliminary hearing before K. PERKTMAV',
D. J. Phillips was transacting H. Hall Sunday afternoon., Is enjoying a visit with her pa- near Starke. I United States Commissioner TS6t Ae Special-<-SS Master In CImuceq,
day.Mrs. ,
Ida Chase Is spending sometime

Li In Jacksonville with her sister THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Oh Yea
:(i Mrs Ollle Rlgdon. ,

'} Mr and Mrs. Lewis Lee of Tampa _ _
are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
'Charlie Griffls and other relatives
''In,,this section this week.. 0 J \ TAKEANYTHING 1 1 .
t : was fOR ale a. -
Mrs. Louis Prevatt vlsltIng -

hac.: daughter, Mrs...,R. JU.Lee, rr COUMTWi B B B \
ralkatMonday. *""* ,"***-<- '"
} .BNEFP? t{ ,, ..nlaeatw. 'pe Wlp HNG 'AND
attended services
A large crowd
at the hem of Mr. and Mrs. R.

,L. Lee, last Sunday. TALKING ABOUT. ''
Mrs Ellie Sullivan/ and Mrs. t IT I H7
'
Rosa Grlffls were visiting Mr. and + 1 aygiyk.t.'arD1bt j E e B99 L01'1G ;

Mrs. K: S. Grlffla last Sunday naeaN., i A. ya.

: C. \IW. Wilkes will fill his regular C'p
appointments at China Grove USTtN. i

I'' Church next Sunday. Everybody MAN, I +U I n

welcome. '' COT INSOMNIA Y' AINtT

Thtii IS !! '

,; RISING i : -
Miss) Edna Lttnls! CorrespondentMr
bJv ,
and Mrs Eddie .Drlggers
and three'children from Auburn- ) ,
.
dale, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Drlggers.

l Mr. and Mrs. Bunion DeLacyand
daughter Miss Girlie of Au- L L: ..ran SNt-
a!
burndale. are visiting their sister, x

Mrs.Mr.E.Brant C. Lewis Moore and Orville "THE .MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van'"Zelm Iiluily

Allen of Fort Myers have returned __ __ ____ **
1 to their home after spending a few

t days here. ,Buzz C s
s? Mr. and Mrs. Earnle Norman JORADIAH COENCOB -' $
pG3d6. 0...
f_ {and children of Gainesville, Mrs. MAIN '' .meeT'Sl@A / I EARTH o _...
Tom Proctor and children, and tNG''' NIWSPAPI'o.THE : t 4Dr15'OP\, ", CAHDIB: ,, FoP'CORN. .' COMIN6 r 4 ? CI

Mrs. ,Rose Mae Morgan, of Lake ICC etnA COMSS. TEAMUT A; T.sVLarl, 5( 4 ,
Butler were guests of their parents MAIN ; Tr :r '

Mr. and Mrs E. J. Norman .' v s

Sunday.. r
V
Mr. and Mrs. Efrage Campbell /ND -. GEE, I 311

4 ,and two children of Jacksonville' ouR tolic5 WOULD,
g -
were the guests of their sister, / -
Mrs. M. L. Lewis, Sunday.Mr. kp
sag NOW
WE as1S' .
and'Mrs. E. K. Barnes and -

children have returned to their CUTUPS / DWINIG1l'6a SODA
home after spending a week In I POP

Alabama. i
r Bert Shaw made a business trip ,near

r- to Jacksonville Tuesday.









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,. 1935 BUAPFORD COUNTY TELKOIt.VPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA ,...,... .
d" 9'11. ... ,.. ._ -- .
_ = -- ,- -- - ,--.- ----.. =--- -- ; - --- I I
mobile :but they too often make .
r- \ GOVERNMENT BANK CARD OF THANKS Nature Sets Trap an exception when It comes to ?\:
Program Fuller'sFlorida ADS. WILL TELLBANKERS' to take this method of
arks i We wish For Screw WormsEvery their own Jlmmle or Sally It is
Explained I 'expressing our heartfelt thanks of the human frailties to regard '|
Delay Letter wound Infested with one
1 STORY UNSUITED TO U.S. Mid appreciation to those who wero screw worms) can be made Into a ones own children as being \

8, Congress, at the re- WEEKLY FINANCIAL NEWS so kind and thoughtful to us durIng and- natural trap for this pest accordIng brighten than one's neighbors- ', '

oa APril President, passed OF TIlE STATE our recent bereavement to Dr. W. E. Dove, the dlrec- and that attitude, harmless aa it ,
of the -, Would Serve Politics Rather especially do we appreciate the ,
oSt $800'000-000 h. American Bankers *.or of screw worm control in a It in moat eases, Is directly responsible

U .pproprlatlng relief.At GAS TAX RAID- Applicationof Than Business'Needs, SaysR. many beautiful floral offerings. recent lette rto Nelson T. Green, for a vast and horrible waste ,,
Klckliter
work tion; President AnOCla-1 J. P.
stat- of life.
r Roosevelt the first rome first served '" supervisor of Lt.e work in Brad-
m. S. Hecht; ftlng Previ- W. W Donnelt, Jr.Germany .
bat '
natlon'ssenp1OY Move to Stimulate not
July 1 all the principle to gasoline tax money accruing .. ford County. Overly youthful drivers only

(bit by who were able to with the state board of ad- Newspaper Advertising ous Experiences. Screw worms must develop In cause more accidents than their
federal Jobs, and has cut her oil Importations e-Iders--they cause more serious f
have ministration for payment of coun- wounds of living animals, the
orJ[,would off the local relief rolls ty road"and bridge bond Interest NEW YORK.-Plans for stimulating QUOTES PRESIDENT JACKSON seventeen per cent by buildIng opening of which can be compared accidents. They actually drive at

r, be carne and passed. More puts a new complexion on the collection wider use of informative newspaper engines which will run on fuel with mouths of bottle If we put extreme speed The hazards of *f

JulY 1 had been approvfor of past due coupons. Heretofore advertising by banks In pro made from coal dust, loaves, corn ,cotton stoppers moistened with passing on curves, of driving on

I"n $'100000,000 projects yet not a sin- I gas money deemed to be be- moting; public understanding and Extent and Diversity of This Country cobs, and wood.Following I ii t ;;oi In these openings the screw the, wrong side) of the, road, of F 'Co .(

r 474 bad been put to ;work.. I yond the reach of a mandamus has confidence In regard to existing Presents Different Situation' :- worms must breathe the fumes of weaving in and out. of traffic, ')f : )

rna' 18 two-fold: Ftr.t, been allowed to accumulate until banking conditions and methods !From Europe-and Make the death of M. Marcel benaol and are killed.Manmade "jumping" stop signals and "gun 'Jj; 1'//

TIle reason the worksis sufficient funds were on hand to have been announced by R. S.Hecht. Regional Banking Caudet of Marseilles, it was catch several ning her" along busy streets mean t ,
important fly traps r:1:
she married forty
d lIIott supposed to. employ meet interest payments of any issue President of the American Bankers N.c..ry.WASUPNGTON learned that kinds of files but they little or nothing to them. Taking '
the wedding grown ',b
gisol for one year If in full. The state supreme Association, as a part: of his organ years ago and kept do not catch many of the true chances la a game to them -a :' r'

ooOOO men, the cost 'per work- court, has declared that gas money isation's activities In aid of recovery.A D. C.-A refutation secret. screw worm flies. The true screw I game at which Innocent persons 1
51 Is done be general groundwork. was prepared In favor of a are often the losers. II f,1
materials, must may bo sequestered by the courtto of arguments gov MISSION HALLDr. worm flies must go thr ugh the '

lIIc1udlng to tbe- very 1ow figure meet specific defaulted coupons. through a nationwide surveyof ernment-owned central bank system F. L. Brooks, of Jacksonville "living trap" provided by natureIn Every parent should make it his t I'

'Id down Affects of this may be far reach- advertising by banks relative to for the United States Is presented delivered a resounding message order to live. The least that we business to see that his children ,,.. '

$1,143. been :onitantagreeInht Ing. Counties with refunds under their willingness to extend Justin- in a statement by R. S. Hecht at the Mission Hall Tuesday can do Is to close the doors of aro not permitted to drive until ."

Second, there has Secretary of way have by resolution in the past able loans to Industry and trade. President of the American Danker 'evening to a full house who were these traps with cotton plugs they have reached the legal age- ;.;4 ,

between and Relief Ad- requested the state board to impound This he said revealed that a large Association, on the basis of exhaus there to hear him despite the moistened with some bensol. Could and, even then, that they are care- ,;
Ickes number In all of the countryare central to be ,1\\ : ;
forced
parts and
of
Interior the tIe studies European fully supervised
e Mr. Ickes is all gas money pending showers. Dr. Brooks is a moat anything be eaalu'YOUTII ?/ ,
l trator Hopkins.Public Works Ad- consummation of a deal. It this pursuing aggressive policies banks. He also points out the dlsa fluent speaker, besides) his wonderful ..-- careful. The authorities should .,;. '\\1 1IIkewl.e
bead-ot the bondholders along this line and encouraging theircustomers trout consequence*of previous central carry on a continuous and ::1'11I.lstent
e Mr. HopkinsIdeS cash be raided by individual knowledge of the Bible and AT TilE W"EELAn
and to develop forwardlooking America."Our' bar underage
-
to
bank experlnuU!
Mraon. Admin. as fast as It pours In refunding those who were fortunate to hear insurance publication pointsto campaign .
.
the Works Progress business plans. "It Is our aim to present regtyipat' Federal Reserve drivers from streets and highways. ..
bureaus Inevt- agencies will be out of him will not forget the message the fact that an 'aatoundingpercentage" 1 .
traUoJl. The two luck. Is Sarasota where aid In fostering this constructive attitude System uncl r"prlvate ownership of the growing auto. If that Is done, thousands of <;
Example brought.
both executives wherever possible," he said. tor tills country be
eoverlap-aBd the samerofecta around $450,000 from gas and ad Infinitely: better\ When Jeremiah prophesied to mobile death toll Is caused by cars our automobile accidents will ) :Ij
over Department "
The association's Advertising would be a government
than
1&111I Jurisdiction. valorem was hung up until ,thatcounty's unfcv the direct supervision owned and controlled central bank," the people in Jerusalem and when operated by boys and girls- -many eliminated.'p .-
refund became operative. Noah preached, while he builds of them below the legal age at
of the opinion that of the general executive om. Mr. Hecht says "If history teachesus Sunshine Is cheap Insurance ,
U.kkes Is the first practice few heeded their messages which can obtain drivers' li
Again., come may the Ark, they
should be spent foerojecta : core, has prepared. at the headquarters anything: it I* that It Is almost rickets in young chicks.
against
let money inspire renewed attacks on the but the day came when Jer. censes.
informative
owned
benefit- In New York City, an certain that a central bank so .
of permanent Kanner law under which counties the of 22:5:: was fulfilled and Noah, too, Mont parents readily agree that
elimination, river$ advertising series for use would be run to meet the varying One of the most effective eve
crossing have used to buy bondsat had the satisfaction of knowinghe the. twelve or thirteen
developments road gas money member banks in the association to exigencies of "government In average this season ,Is )
harbor instead of In- what he could so to- la Incapable of safely and ning gowns: seen
d I Hopkins on the a discount paying aid them In developing in their own power rather than. W serve the commercial had done ; year-old of white satin cut on
made
aork' etcMr. only with terest. Still' again it may Influence communities better general public needs nf the country." day the prophets of God are delivering prudently operating anything as crepe

(her hand, Is concerned work, and' he future mandamus suits.. Supreme .understanding regarding banking Central nankins.baa been tried His message and "Blessed potentially murderous as an auto- long slender lines. 4c

uttlng men to of court has made it known ._loll'__. Hecht, _ntd. twice In the United States, but was Is he that rcadeth and they that
pro-
BOWS that the adoption that when a bondholder sues for a finally abolished because the credit hear the words of this prophecyand Yet Come--
material costs are Advertiiinf And the Worst is to
Theme ol New
cU in which As special ad valorem levy, that so fat The control which the central banks exerclaed keep those things that are
ieh will\ defeat that purpose as the courts are concerned he H "The underlying theme of this advertising became objectionable and written therein"1 Rev. 1:3.: .

result, he favors projects demand which I paid and cannot come in for a cut Is that sound banking Is unpopular, he got:,*, an to say.. Then again, there are some who .
and relationsand
labor, based helpful human
on
quire only when the gas revenue is passed grasp the great facts presentedand 4'-
or no materials--woodland around. Oas money is ready cash, that It has a unity of Interest What Andrew okson" Said, ; cherish them because they 'I p ,

llearance, malaria control repairs with the people of Its community of the word of God, and believeit. '
a tax levy a drawn out affair, so "The continued existence love the t'U-i
etc. The twoen binds them together with a
) public buildings the scramble most likely will be for which Second Bank finally became a bitter .
are so diametrically opposed the cash. common purpose, he said political Issue and President Jackson The mesnge went out over' the -j. ( I

their views that It seemed. ,no CHAIN STORE-With a three- "We are confident of this that is If brought a clear succeeded In nDWIshlug it," Mr. Amplifying system as''well as a -1'.D[ I JI ; I I Ij

promise was possible.A federal court ruling that the understanding bankIng Hecht says. "Permit me to quote wonderful program of music played I III
the PresidentItepped judge home to the people In all our II /
fortnight ago of the from his farewell address: ,'The 1m by Mrs. S. F, Bryan of Jacksonville .
receipts tax section will far lu restoring
it
gross
partial communities go .
In and provided a and peculiar privileges with Miss Edith, daughter
mense capital who
chain store is unconstitutional, confidence which r
He de- the publlo
tUement to'the problem. bestowed upon It enabled It to of Dr. Brooks, accompaniedhim 5
of jurisdiction Florida schools will be lucky if good banking deserves. A bank In
Elded the question. exercise de.poUo..way over the to Starke.
I which projects are to they get enough cash from this which people deservedly believe Is banks In part of the Mission
; outlining other every Next week the study at the
source to'offset the $500,000 beer doubly safe. It is to the public Interest
Mr. Hopkins strength
I controlled by country. from Its superior will be "A Nation With Two
AU tax taken from them and given to for the people to have confidence
Results
:
Wch by Mr. Ickes. It could seriously Injure, If not destroy Gods."
roJecte Involving the expenditure the general fund. The chain store In their banks. the business of any of them ...

I leas then $2,000: are to be ban- law provided If the gross receiptstax "W feel that bank advertising which might Incur Its resentment..,, JUDGE TAKES! DARK
part of the bill were ruled out, has a special public duty to perform
thoseenting
ed by Mr. Hopkins; all If you bad not conquered, the government MIAMI Now It develops Daniel
Ickes. For license fees were to be doubled. In this connection under' existing from the
Mr. have passed
would
more by who his sentence
Boone, ran up
This latter tax, held valid, runs conditions. The copy which will be
Example: If the President approves hands of the many: to the hands of from ten to forty days by daring
developed
have
to in the service we
for stores $400 supplied
from Ingle
of canal, )lr.' Ickes $10 the few and this organized money
[he building a Individual : City Judge James A. Dunn to
unit for sixteen or more under will not only aid the ;
IU handle It-If he says yes to II.Itch per power from Us secret conclave, "double it wants; his freedom.
of Us ,
the use
it will be done by Mr. Hop- one group.'. Doubling would bank facilities lu promoting but Is also aimed to would have dictated the choice of Circuit Judge W. W. Trammell remanded $! e 4*

III. Mr. Ickea will build highways mean all the big national chains own about with the aid of newspaper your highest officers. The formsof him to city Jail authoritiesfor .
would get hooked for $800 per bring might, for a
builds government
while Mr. Hopkins your after habeas
clearer publlo ten days, a corpus
store passlny a, law conreded at advertising a but Its living
remained,
alls. Mr. Ickes will erect public regarding Its essential time. have hearing. 'After serving the ten
the time to be unconstitutional viewpoint would have departed fromIt.
ulldlngs, and Mr.. ,Hopkins willlandscape should be grounds for inflicting a place in the life of its community." spirit'" days he may again come Into Circuit '

the grounds surround- :Mr. Hecht emphasized In regardto court to show cause to show IJJ
declared invalid I
if it
?.{ them. And so It goes.. penalty, were the new advertising facilities being When the WUsonAdmlnIsUatlon why he should not serve the Dalance. -

The works relief progt'am1. at Would seem to be stretching things offered to the members of the association considered banking reform It carefully ., In his: ) petition Boone's at-

_lilt swinging into actual, operation quite a bit. Yet'that's what It that they are not a profit Jkept away from vesting central. torney alleged the Junk dealer's remarks -
Both the
-and thequestion remains to apparently amounts to. making venture and that there Is no banking powers In a single Institution to Judge Dunn were due to
and the original fee,will Introduced the regional
Ibt answered Is whether or not It doubling Intention to disturb existing advertising and Instead his being "temporarily unbalanced -
be taken to the U. S. Supreme creating twelve reserve
Idea by
:
can find useful and productive arrangements the Idea being : from anxiety over the prosecution '
Court for. final determination. located In different economlo -
jobs for the 3.500.00O\ heads of fajn- that these Institutional services banks and the prolonged Illness of
lilles who are still out of work.LIFGSAVINO I Meanwhile the schools are makingnew shall supplement rather than replace and geographical sections of his wife. "

----. -_- .- plans to get through the win-. : present plans, or that they will the country, Mr. Hecht says a plan e> I .,
ter term. Plnellas County has announced that has worked exceedingly well
STAUONS to member banks
give assistance For summer evening wear,
tuition fees of $4 and J6 because (be separate) banks are under
PANAMA CITY-Florida Is soonto lacking satisfactory: arrangements.MANY piques are particularly favored. '1 llh' """ -
chosen on
month for non-residents. Others the guidance of men
.
to have ten Federal life saving stallions per -

I along, established the coast, at accordnig various points to a SLOT likely lACHINEB-Whlle will follow. thevalldlty BANKS- LONG LIVED : account with of the their problems Intimate and acquaintance needs of The Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the '

adds
H. :
I statement Issued here' by.Major Alt f the slot machine act their respective territories.

I lie J Angle! ,' collector of customsfor bangs fire in the state courts, efforts In the United States- America"The great tends size to 'and tnfcks diversity"a.central of o BETTER BUSINESS FIRMS

I the state of Florida Construction are being made by operators 168 Banks aver 100 ytars old. bank undesirable., Toe central banks
I will begin ai an early date on to get the matter before the fed- SO old.
2,472 Banks over years theBanks of Eng listed this
of Europe such as Business Firms, on
I that can do business old. The Telegraph has investigated all the
they
the Panama City station/ An appropriation eral courts so 10,391. Banks ever 25 years and dermany. cover '
of.$1,250,000 baa been I Tallahassee machine owner land. France not as large-as, some of our page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its respective

I made for the project, each' station -j refused permission to function There are In the United States 168 areas states. A central bank In the United line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to'

I to cost approximately, 1125.- I without license by federal Judge banks that have been In continuous States on the other hand would be our readers-they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke

000. Employment will be given to i pending1--decision as to the validity I existence for more than one hundred called upon to administer the financial people.) Try them in and visit with them-then, you too will place your
go
I some fifteen to twenty persons. at of the law. Upholding of this act years. There are 2,471 banks over of an area larger than these various! in-
64 of all. the policies K "OK" beside the name of each one. Write-ups covering: ,
I each unit. i I. expected to bring $1,500,000 annually fifty: years old. while % all of Europe, In 'which there are will

w ,n im "i '. Into the state treasury. It, banks In this country. or 10,301, are. a numtxtf\ of central banks stitutlons and prepared by a member of the Telegraph staff appear

Testifying against ,:Miss <.Flora will also without doubt bring on a :,twenty-live years old or older. quite : on this page each week. Read these stories and learn about your own

Agnew, charged with disorderly nasty situation over control and In other words, practically two- Subservient to Popular U.m.nde; Starke business people. _
_
_
_
I conduct '. of slot machines. The thirds Of the banks In this country has --
Mrs. Clayton of Chicago ownership "Moreover, history proven -- -- -
I Wd the young woman's."languageI "big shot" boys were all set to putIn have come through several successive that any banking system entirely How: Tallahassee

I was thick as ,the paint;on her their "one arm bandits" all over periods of depression and panic owned and dominated by the government '

face." the state without a cent of cost to Including 1907 1914 1920 and 1929- usually demonstrates much .PatronizeHome Became The Capital FOR PROMPT AND

merchants and business places 33. ability aiding expansionof -
i iOV1R greater
when the law landed in court. Licenses The oldest bank In the country Is credit than In{putting on the Industry After Florida. became consolidated COURTEOUS SERVICE :

WODi, run $60 per year per machine In Boston, having been chartered brakes at the rlgbt.Ume to prevent as a territory of the United

which the combine offeredto February 17. 178f undue Inflation by restraining and When You Buy Our Bread, States, the first legislative council THE NEW DEAL

N ERV1I'II.: pay and split the take with the In tbe 64%of banks that are twen contracting credit. ;Tula Is easy: tounderstand 1 Rolls! or Pantry You Are Absolutely convened In Pennacola In 1822.

location owner": Efforts on the part ty-are years old or older Is lodged because, 1st times of depression Sure It Is Fresh. No As an exchange of courtesies, how- STA.

of merchants to buy outright and _. major portion of the In banking commenting re- everyonJL: urging the government Chance of (}etUne'a Stole ever, the legislative) council was SERVICE

operate their own machines will be 'sourcesof the nation. of to make mousy and credit held in Augustine the following Hubert E. Print
a
frowned on by the higher-ups lq recently upon the stability banks In the easy and to encourage xpanslon. Product.STARKE year,. The dangers difficultiesand ,
of the
the slot machine racket and that'1 great majority "On the other band It always ba discomforts of the long voyage -
the' United States, Dr. Harold Stonier. .lw"I'I1I./ie/ a difficult of Florida OULF GAS .Z.
where the trouble will start If been and around the straits THAT GOOD
law is found valid. An effort on Educational Director of the Amert- task loran government: call a BAKERY ware too great for an alternation '
Dissociation, said: I'
the part of the legislature tq grab ,ucan Bankers; have so many ball In time of apparent prosperitybecause of the seat of government every '
that we
"The fact In the very nature of things act was
part of the loot going through the been In existence a year, Accordingly an ,-
bave sensitive -
squelched as banks that the government Would be very to establish a permanent
quickly passed
was
machines eloquenttribute .
long period of years Is an and would I -
to publiccriticism half way between
approximately
the racket. capital -
spoiling SPLIT BUDGET Since the U. to the genius for of American no other hesitate to take any action which ,' BARGAINS IN the two clUes which* resulted One Block South- of Depot ,

8. circuit court has declared the managerial ability. sues wild would tend to curtail business ae. in the selection of an elevated OKADKs'PtNE
country has experienced undue susceptibility SHOES ALL AND
such
Is old Tallahassee
budget act Invalid, a new periodsof tI.lty..lt trart near the ruins of
separate and resultant
eras which makes
gambling demands
the circuit : to popular formerly an abandoned LUMBER AND
suit has popped Into business stagnation as those Inherently: For ovrnEss
court at Tallahassee to force Jack- which our country: !has government banking Indian village. Buildings made of aiATEHIAL
.
sonville to comply with the law. through Intervals during weak.. .... .. THE WHOLE logs were soon erected for,the establishment Bl'lLDINO

Under the act every county;,district passed at frequent" "Our studies' sbow that of all the of government and the '4,

JTo directed to sepa- the past century. central banks at present existing FAMILYEVERY legislative council first met here in
J'OU ... .. ..-It- and city Is whose stock Is BENNETT'SLUMBER
01r: ..... .. blab t-uos. rate debt service and operation there- are only four DAY IH BARGAIN 1824. The Old Indian name "Tal
;
w. 7'IU M 1M !... levies and allow taxpayers to settle ered $5,100 cash this week under owned by lh government. Association. DAY AT lahassee" was retained for Flori

1M bark a& eM ..... or1 both as they choose., So Its plan to cancel everything back The American Bankers da's capital city.-Ex. 'CO.

*.*..* pMi.2V ..___...... one district has made a of 1931 discount 1932 23 percent Mr. Hecat-says. la convincedthat STUMP'SJ. .
.* .... far no taxing collect bank would not be IB
to central
y: IIJ with the law., A 1933-10 per cent and a TRAIN SCHEDULE
comply
ZjH/lffTpM HsjrtMW. UssV move to brought a 1934 In cash. Hollywood offers to the Interests of the public or the Effective June 18tb trains 11 -
taxpayer -
Jacksonville l Ie
estiosjSA] ios eJs be concludes -
J2 s> ,for Its position. and
to compel that settle one claim of $500.000 banks. and 12 will be discontinued
acUon
..... mandamus the Preslden
Hlllsboro has made more "well understood by: trains 13 and Id will run as follows
"7 Jacksonville coun- $40,000.
tI7 rsap city to do so. of leader If his Admlnlitm It's swimming time
basis and the
on a SIMMONS
Ns, tered with the claim that it had a than 200 adjustments have been absolute) : "
hat ODe fa, a fc Jf act passed,that extempted ; 30 per cent discount for 1933 and .tton. for we all of our dls '' ig. Southbound
special In AND THAT MEANS A
.&saSSSS of be law. prior. Jacksonville started to frank with them Starke, Flo. No. iS-Due Burke 11:31 P. M.Mo. .

5 &&. It DEAD from provisions TAXES -' Although the I.knock, off penalties and ten 'percent russians emphasizing and bass missed: that no la oppoitunlty on 13-Due Stark 4:08: p, M. PEKMANENT WAVE

functions but changed Its mind. Original No 107-Due Starke 9:42 A. M.No. .
in on I *
of courts city are and closing county delinquent tax plan was to coax In $2,000,000of : opinion nit banking He sound systemwill.If It Is dom. numbing And .,. 191-mi*',8Urfc> 10:97 F. M. Permanent Waves I
bonds. the long-run.
reUre
boards. the 1933 law delinquencies to the ever. bangln Electrical Contractor NorthboundNo.
.. .... N ssjs. adjustment stirred up payments* delinquent Osceols County Is offering a flatwenty.fv natad entirely administrations.by We sbooU I .' 2Dua Starke 5:22 A. M. $1.95

h.II. ,.. ........ have a* far back at ten yesre.This per cent reduction I.. political all we gin to keep our banklot No.1: -Oue> Stark. 12:43: P. M. .
do .
particularly true In from 1933 back.. Qrange Countyoffers far removed. from Work No., 108-Due Starke 8:1: } P. Mfttjuke
been ** Expert
has for twenty-per cent and waives mechanism and WSUIIM BianchNo LEILA'SBEAUTY'SHOP'I

Broward County Adjustments Puullas Is operating I' nartmao politics as possible. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. JLNo.
'j I reached enaltleL
/It : : the last two weeks in June under the Futch law only discounteiug .'- 'Quick Service .' 103-Arrives Starke l.SO: P.M. .
it running "
$7.919 cash, some of of be- EnglandTsets; aside a day In honr GRIFFIN.
\ realized through use T, J. ,
\ Lauderlaif. I
f Ft.
.. \ back as far as 1915.: I bonds. I ol.tb. horse chestnut: trN. 0
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, : rAGE FOtTrV, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.__ FLORIDA________ __ --FIUD\Y.- _, ,Jt"LV 26,1
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Sides-Kilpatnck Torruella Wins Contest 'r Attending Furniture MarketMr. I I I.The Sliver largest Springs spring in the "''OM

:i Lovely Event Voice School P. S Denmark manager of I gable by steamers in FicHda par,
to
; the Denmark Furniture Store here, that Coa
the *
Of Ocklawaha 'u
focietfJ TuesdayThe left Sunday with bin brother, John I River
following account H. Denmark of St. Augustine, _
Sldes-Kllpatrlck owner of the store, for High Point, i Hubert Rallise of Paris. k
from Troy, Ala., : North Carolina,, where they are at- ed his wife for life by ea
, .. be of Interest to the tending the furniture market this cross on her! forehead with alaahnr!
'; Give House Party Birthday Party here of the bride who week. Managers of the other a l'a&.r

At Kingsley Lake Paul E. Canova, HI, who was here on several Denmark stores also accompaniedthem A copper cent which had
guest of her on this trip. stuck in
Tuesday, was the throat
old
five on ,
' years of
Reddish -
'i Misses Mabel and Pearl sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Beta of lierbtr
Elizabeth
lovely birthday party by N .
given a J
of Jacksonville, former res for
"The of Miss i Y t f mule that eats years, was ny
"' his parents, Mr. and Mrs P. E. marriage An old very X-rayed and
, Starke, entertained a
dents of remover
j
Canova. patrick and James young chicks is reported from a
:
number of their friends at a week-
. was solemnized at high farm near Orange, Texas
children merrily on
Lake. The played
'" end house party at Kingsley
,,1 Those composing this congenial the lawn until a down-pour of rain 23 at the home of Mr. ..
REALESTATE
, week-end party, were: drove them onto the wide veranda' Ralph Kilpatrick on Miss Joan Wright of Dover
'' Mr. and Mrs W. F. Faulkner .where they continued to play The Rev. E A. Childs, Eng., was fined $150 for smuggling -
and two.children, Mrs. W. H. games until the birthday feast was the Methodist Church $150 for impertinence to
'I': Whittle, and son, Misses Laura served. The serving table was dec- using the sacred and customs guards, and $150 for lying IF YOU
;' Carter, Katherine Hair, Myrtle orated with summer flowers and ring ceremony In the Mfr + to the court. WANT TO
Reddish, and Joe Braden, Herbert centered by a large white cake on a large assemblage of rrt k rJy., BUY, SELL OR RENT
: Waldeman, Linwood Mesaer, Nick which was five small tapers. Homemade friends. During the fiat seven monthsof SEE US-
1 Jabsonen all of Jacksonville and Ice cream and cookies were The home was 1934, highway "patrolmen in
fl, Mr, and Mrs. Errol Alvarez and served by the young host's mother I ferns, palms, roses, crepe y4/f trUkaVI' Pennsylvania refused to conduct WILSONREALTY
i daughter, Miss Virginia, of Starke. and his grandmother, Mrs. Emma I asters, gladioli and ,1 ,r pi 39,239 examinations for drivers'
t Canova. lias effectively arranged licenses because the cars In which CORP.fCOFFEE
Paul received numbers of gifts the
applicants appeared were not
Ing out the color motif of
ll Unusual Service suitable for a small boy, among satisfactory.
At ImmokaleeAn them being a cow boy suit. green. The altar was I
palms, and southern .
unusual Sunday vesper service Baptist Church News ly dahlias in tall baskets
called the "Galilean Service," cathedral candles
was held at Camp Immokalee near Rev. M. C. Stith, pastor of the ed made a lovely setting
t here and was enjoyed by several Brentwood Baptist Church of wedding.
s. visitors 'from Starke. Jacksonville, filled the pulpit at Preceding the D Freshly' Roasted! Freshly Ground!
f J An Ideal setting for the service the evening service last Sunday gram of nuptial music stir EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIKC'LE
and delivered an inspiring sermon. "Mild-Mellow" "Rich Full
was on the beach at the water's Bodied"
ed with Mrs.

yx were edge,seated Just at the sundown.camp choir When, out all on closed The Dally last Vacation Friday Bible with School each thatnight. and lolst,Mrs.Mr. Frank Herman Ralph Whaley Hall, heaped on she has been making public appearances Lb. 17c Lb. 19cBOKAR.VigorousWiney"
school on a .sYA rD
putting program
the water in a big war canoe, paddled Clementine during the greater part v
Violin solo, "Ahl! Sweet
On Thursday afternoon the
? slowly towards the shore, Auburn.'c Starke of her life. She performed beforean
singing "Galilee, Sweet Galilee." pastors, teachers and pupils with Life," Victor Herbert : a favor- audience of 50,000 persons and WHEREEWNOMYRULESI Per Lb. 23c
i- their parents enjoyed a picnic at vocal solo, "I Love You
,} Throughout the service at appropriate pho was presented with the key to At-
Keystone Heights.The Carrie Jacobs-Bond, Mrs. '
{ Intervals, the choir and pic- lantic City.Clementine.
r r those on shore participated in an- Florida Baptist Summer Assembly Kilpatrick; "Love Song," still works for the WHITE HOUSE-Evaporated.
tiphonal singing ThemusIc was opens August 6 and runs W. Cadman, Mr., Moll.
1 moat delightful from across the through August 19. This twenty- delssohn's Wedding : Torruella National Broadcasting to be heard Companyand MILK 3.TaUCans 17c
continues 'every
4t t fourth session of the Assembly will that late
water The read and
scriptures used as a processional.
at 9 o'clock over _
: ,
be held as usual at Stetson Uni- a, schol- Sunday morning _- -
poems recited were those pertainIng "At Dawning" the
ceremony of
station WJZ. The name
In New
to events which took place bye versity, DeLand. Rev. C. B. Price, GRANDl\IOTIIER'8-Fre.h. Plain or Sliced
the Sea of Galilee. pastor of the church, will be one of ly played. by Mayor program is "From Coast to Coaston 18-oz. 24-oz.
the faculty at this session, and be Miss Mary Barr the was held The Bus" and it Is sponsored by BREAD sT
will conduct classes In the Sunday entered first. She was n the White Rabbit Bus Line. Be lOc
School Department.. an Alice blue lace dress. voice end Starke Is very proud to'have so _. __ _
.- a large picture hat. Her a large much talent done up in one small IONA PJLAIN' or SELF-RISING
RITZ THEATRE Entertain.For.Visitors were a'nosegay of pink bundle and friends here are look- 6-lb. Sk 12-lb. Sk. 21-lb. !.

STARKE Misses Madge, ana Hazel Mid- roses and baby breath Ing forward to the next visit of FLOURFINEST 23c 43c 83c Sk$14.65
dleton and Mrs. S. P.< Vandlvlere, The bride' entered of this Clementine and her'younger 'sis
PROGRAMBEGINNING entertained Friday afternoon at brother, Ralph Luther announced ter Virginia, who sometime assists -
the Middleton residence on Madison '- by whom she was given drama her on programs. Both sisters SHORTENING COMPOUND.
FRIDAY Street, complimenting five visItors riage. They were met at Italy. were here In February and
THUR8.-FRI. JULY 25-28 : in Starke, namely, Mrs. D. C. tar by the groom and his postponed, danced and sang for a nuumber of COMPOUND llkbujk 25c
Forehand of Albany, Ga.,, Mrs. Erskine Wages of Carbon their young friends at a birthday _
"Mystery of invited party in honor of Clementine. -
Thomas Blade of Baxley Ga., Mrs. The bride was .
'c \ Edwin Drood" O. C. Irwin of Texas Mrs. B. S. Jean Patou adaption City to Silver Brook-Print or AAP Fancy Tub_Finest- Pure Creamery
show in
Claude Rains Carroll of Jacksonville'and Mrs. chiffon,' with hat off Henry Ward of London, who BUTTERLk 29cIONA
for the
a lIther Angel Phillip 'F. Maguire, of Washington, model made of French : fact that named a man now dead as co-re :
I D. C. braid with row of pink spondent was granted a divorce.
SATURDAY, JULY 27TH Quantities of summer flowers across the back. Her In .
adorned the.living and sun BRAND Llbby's or Armour's
"Desert Vengeance"Buck room Mrs. Clara
were navy blue. Her Four' times a month
1 Jones porch of this. home where a most a nosegay of roses, asters marriage Nelson of Palgthon, Eng., places CORNEDBEEFHASH
Also enJoyable afternoon was spent ley lilies. for a wed- food on the grave of a woman BEANS
< Chapter 2, "The Miracle Rider" Clnlaw won high score and received of Mrs. Martin Luther friends In With Pork and Tomato
a double deck of card., and to and the late M. L., : won't accept It,"' declared Sauce No. t
,18-oz.
8Ut..MON. JULY .Z..and 19 Mr.. 'A *Z.Adklns' 15cS
waapresented
Is a very charming young ; ., guests Miss Dorothy Morrison of Belfast 6 Cans ______, 250 Can -----..---.._
asbolder of
College Scandal" a box of stationery with winsome manner. : Mr. when awarded $50 in a breach of
Arllne Judge second high A box of linen hand- uated from the Troy High of Starke, promise suit. But she did.
A Kent TaylorTUES.WED kerchiefs was presented to each and the State Teachers B. Sides, SNOWDRIFT l-lb.can9c; 3-lb.can53c
ot the honor &\lest.,''as gifts from She taught the past year Erskine Mrs. Elizabeth Martin of Chi-
JULY SO-S1 the hostesses.A bon Hill. Miss Lena cago testified that the only work HEINZ
i It Happened In N. Y. daintily appointed ,Ice course The groom Is the son Fla., and her husband has done in four KETCHUP 14-oz. Bottle 19c
Lyle Talbot waa served by the three hostesses. and Mrs F. B. Sides, of of Ever- years was to take his dog for an AUlIOUR'SUNCH
d;;' Heather AngelEIGHT Those enjoying this occasion Hill., He graduated from : airing.
i'l, with the hostesses and the five .- TONGUE No. % Can 19c!:
". THURS. FRI AITO. 1 &: 9 honored guests, were: Mesdames I
;\ < BELLS"Ann S. L. Peek, R. J. Davis T. T. Long, fLO tIDA'NIC LIGHT 6' ( Nw > rr The Swiss Food DrinkOVALTINE
D. P. Carpenter, Morgan Richard ss. Can 31c
Sothern E. L. Blggs.. C. A, Knight,,J. H.
A Ralph Bellamy Jnlaw, A. Z. Adklns, Morgan ELBERTA OLD FASHION
"
,p"'J' Darby and Miss Mlna Manasna. I 4S T/JAT : r ?a re;;; lte Peaches, lb. 5c
- ---- ---- ---- ,bt D/$44' 4QS.r YELLOW MEAL 51bs.13c


Blue Rose, 'Whole Grain
Onions lb. 5c

i 13 x5.4e TAL1d GlSS6i'S Large Fancy,,Head RICE 5 Ibs. 25c
F
T :FREE H"i a Lettuce lOc ROCK GROUND,

.

,, ., Bananas IblSc GRITS, 5.Ibs. 15c

LARGE FANCY
Celery Stalk 12Mtc WISCONSIN

," FANCY STRINGLESS CHEESE Ib. 21c

Beans Lb., ?/Zc,
t i \ FANCY COOKING TRY TilE NEWNUCOAlb.

\ el .:'"' ri Apples Lb. 6c 20c
lew Virginia Cobbler IRISH .

i I .: ,Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 12e Sunny field Sliced Breakfast

FANCY GREENCabbage' BACON Lb. 45c

41bs 10 1 OLEOMARGARINE
A B/QD TiWTh4VS NUTLEY Lb. 15c
II Writing Ink Bt'? OH6 SGG /
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iUNNYFIELD .
: iPHoir CORNFLAKES ,2 8oz. pkgs. 15c

f .' .' TENDERIZED
In Colors To Match Your .' SUNSWEET PRUNES Lib. Ctn. 12c


Monogram With Each Box SUNBRITE'CLEANSER 2 Cans 9c


\ Of Colonial Stationery For SEMINOLE TISSUE 3,,Rolls 18c
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A Limited Time Only. & OUR OWN BLEND Rosemary Dellcloim

India Ceylon Pure GRAPE
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Paper, Envelopes and Ink-' ZJ1t&Pw TEAJAM


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,Many Colors And Various : FRESH. CUCUMBERPICKLES

Patterns .To Select From. II '23c

LAKE JACKSON located'' In Leon IrJackson: has
q I disappeared many times and, _
County, is a very peculiar body of water. In 1932 the lake again became dry.
Under normal conditions it is a huge irregular 1"I NODDY TERNS neat in large numberson MONTE-FANCY, PREPARED

lake covering a total area of 4,500 Bird Key, one of the dry Tortugas SPINACH lOc
r CALL TO SEE OUR SAMPLES acres yet at times the water'disappearsin group west of Key West and now a federal No.2'Can
,; a manner seemingly inexplicable. The reservation for the protection wf -
,f'f reason, however, is due to the location of birds. It is interesting to know that tho ION-SALAD
several sinks in the southern half of.,the Noddy Tern lays but one egg. and does
lake from which, during certain periods, not often wander north of its breeding DRESSING Qt Jar' 25c
IRAIFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH the water escapes These sinks are vari- ground. For this reason it b'not likely
,. able in depth but reach in all eases to underlying to be seen elsewhere in' Florida. Terns -
i:('.-',tt' limestones and are located well are protected at all times by,both federal THE GREAT.ATLANTIC & PACIFICTEA COMPANYDEL '

put into_the,.basin.- .'" The- water' from Lake !!1:1t.lo: \ ,. _,
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Mr. and Mrs. WJ: :T. Ellis and I f less the voters' pants stay up bet- "Back Slapping" with timely Illus We get pretty much what we ,

son, and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Arnov I NAT SEZ: "Is ter in those states. trations. Other Interesting sub- go after-if we go after It hard ,'

and little daughter Peggy, spent And I understand Hortense U; jects will Include "What the well. enough and persistently enough. .

Bits of the weekend at Jack.onvllleBeacb. AU' you fellows that thinkin' seriously of pullin' off another dressed candidate should wear"which About the only thing that. has
are going Lake explains how to get into ever come into our life without '
at her
on
to need fish-fry camp
A new suit of I
Fall clothes this Apopka later in the summer to I your overalls. when attending a being worked for or sought after I1i
and
Col. and Mrs. J. C. Foppell of be able to are wondering' if you will : which newspaper folks will receive -I farmers' rally, how the tie shouli Is trouble 'I, '

lDCal Nes Plant City, were week-end guestof for It. then, pay can .- a special Invitation and may- I be tied before addressing the Wo And a lot of that could be traced t

Mr. Poppell's brother-in-law am solve this prOb- be a politician or two. It's a nice man's Club "Proper use of the. back to a desire to take hold of the !I
slater Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. lem place to establish a political tll Union Label," and "Cigars blossoms) Instead of grasping the
by
BUSINESS AND Joining
OUR PEOPLE ;
Perkins. Where and How to Use Tern. branches.
CONCERNING Suit In' camp and Red Newton and I :d I:
my Club l. '
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN which la being plan to go up and look over tho My Guide Book being nonpartisan Thorns serve a purpose. They 'I
Mrs Emma Canova, Paul E. Ca formed now. Democratic White Hopes beln' non-denominational and unbiased teach us the lesson. that, even in ,

nova and J. M. Alvarez were In The dues are r 1 groomed for ring service in the can be used effectively by plucking roses, one must go aboutIt
Jacksonville Mrs battles.I Democrats and Independents with and '
Monday visiting $1 a week for coming political Republicans care skill and practical
Alvarez who is a patient in Riverside thirty weeks, to am compllln a candidates'Guide and with between fifty knowledge get stuck.Selectaed. .
was -a Mrs. T. W. Baker and sons, ot
Hough of Brooker Hospital. which pays for c Book and Word Finder for and sixty thousand candidates .

for Here Wednesday. Lake Geneva, were visitors bere your suit, bow. which 1 hope to find a ready sale running for otfferont, offices I feel -- ;.
-__. Saturday afternoon. Walter McDonald, Jr.. of Creecent next fait and winter. With my that the sale of this work should
ever you have To make the most of a
Russ* of Brooker wa City, spent the week-end herewith book, candidate no matter place: me where I won't have to be gooa'y ,
n the added ad- any figure In a sheer evening .
Cb? re VVednesday..rtei'lmbach Mrs. C C. Smith of Tallahassc his uncle, J. F. Kickliter, am vantage of getting your suit for how Inexperienced take the concerned about Townsend's Old I,wear a silk satin slip rather gown than :
-_ attended the funeral of Charles Lucian with the ablest Age Pension or Huey's Share.the.
-- spent the week-end here with Mr.: $1. stump and compete one of taffeta or crepe. '
was a. buslnes and Mrs. J. P. Warren. Kickliter. of the old war horses.It Wealth.. ,
If I don't get around to see
Monday. you .-- A chemical
Jacksonville engineer of Wash-
contains such words and J'
tor to Mr. and Mrs. 'Arthur Rigdon 01 before next Thursday, pleas drop: THINK ON THERE THINGSThe !' Ington D C., believes coal will be 7
Matt of Brooker, was atng Mrs. J. H. Fields left Monday tor Jacksonville and Mrs. J. J, Rig'. In at the Store and let me give phrases as "Economy" "Justice," trouble with 'a lot of us Is an Important future source of (

)1' business here Monday.. Tallahassee where she will spend don of Starke spent last week it I you full explanation "Square Deal "Dear" People, ., that we want to accomplish many paint
to several weeks with relatives St. Petersburg with Mr. and MrsJ. A $30 suit for $1 the first week, "Sovereign" Voters," "Social Se things, but aren't willing to pay '
: curtty, "Equality, "Fair Play", 111See f'
_; __ C Corbett. I It's worth while.' "Lower Taxes" the price.If .

0'Ier'1 Hardware. Mrs. Cecil G. Price of Quincy; We Are. "Exemption"Prosperity," "Soak the Rich," life were a game In which'the
is the guest this week of bel' No. A Galvanized Tubs. ..Z\c: ileadquarlersFor"! "Defend the Constitution. "Over rewards were handed out on a silver -

ax;-carter of Highland, wa mother, Mrs., William Norria. 's Hardware.Mrs. My Dead Body," "Downtrodden platter to anyone who happened

utter here Monday afternoon. MEN'S ,WORK CLOTHES Taxpayers," "The Poor Widow to ask for them, lots of folks
Mr: and Mrs. F. A. Scott wer Margaret L. Kelly had at 'i'1'II..U'OUADI'J\ Woman," "People's Rights," "Save would sleep in rose beds.

tr,--d;; Mrs W. A. DuBose ot in Ormond Sunday,attending the guests at her New River home the our Schools." "Professional Politicians But, unfortunately, you've got to
were visitors here Mon funeral of Mrs. Carrie E. Carndll. first of the week, R. C. Kelly, ot! ," "Nitwits and Nincom- reckon with the thorns.

p' Birmingham, Ala., and H. C. Iie1ly WORK PANTS poops," "The Women-God Bless "He who would climb a tree. Me for Correctly Fitted
Mrs. R. E. Matthews of Jackson eat'
of
Lawtey.Mr. Glasses
"
them, "The Common People said Thackeray, "must grasp Its
and OVERALLS
;: Jacksonville, wa villa, spent Friday Starke visit .
Boree of "Dirt Farmer," "The Sacred Ballot branchos--not the blossoms"
Satur Mr. and Mrs. R. A: Newsom. and Gill and S. G. LEWIS
ding to business here ing Mrs Joe son, $1.50None ," and a lot more, not forgettingthe Which means that you've got
Jackie Joe, have returned to their most Important of all, the Capital to over the rough
pull yourself up STAKKK, FLA.
Little Miss Jo Durden ot B..tt4or\lad.!
Betty home In Raleigh, N. C., after a visit letter "I",
and not expect simply to
I.M Mott and L. O. Prescott ajker Madison Is here visiting her grand with Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Alva- places 11H W. Walnut St. r.
all the time.
Another feature of this interest.ing coast down hill
visitors here Tues parents Mr. and Mrs. J.; H. Ritct. rei at Kingsley Lake. -- --
were Our BestWORK volume Is a. special chapter entitled

Mrs. Lalla Chace is spendin; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott SHIRTS75c "Promises" and How to Make BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
Them. I nothing about
of Lawtey, some time at Kingsley Lake with and nephew, Bobby Glatzau, of say
W Brown {
G Undertaker Supplies
un. breaking them in view of the fact line of Caskets f
Monday after- her daughter, Mrs. Roy S. .Benc. Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. F A. Scott and ,,
1Y AM NH1HT
a problem and the less said about It
MORTGAGE LOANSOn Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley
the better. 53 I' II O N E 53
of Lake Butler,
L T Dyer Improved, well located properties -
un. HOJBOVERALLS
aft.ON I am now working on the chapter 0 If. BENNETT, Mgr
,
L i'VISito here Wednesday 1000.00 to $10,000.00per 6 Mrs. J. :M.\ Alvarez was taken l
that will fully cover "Baby "A HOME-LIKE:
cent and 7 per cent., WIIsoi Thursday morning to RiversideHospital "
Slim 6 to 16 Kissing. "Hand Shaking" and INSTITUTION"d
Realty Corp'n. in Jacksonville where she -
|:w. Moaeley of Mlddleburg, will undergo a throat operation., 59c d

i attending to business her :Misses\ Elaine Wynn and Doro A 73o VALVE 1

day thy White spent several days this Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wainwright '


week visiting friends In'Jockson and children Jacksonville, were TIP TOP GROCERY L\lI-
n OR1ViFT it A x
__ Flora Conoly left lastk ville. here the latter part of last week Hupjrrnde

for a visit with relatives IDItnmo. -- visiting Mr. Walnwright'a parents, f BOYS OVERALLS SHADES

\ Mr. and :Mrs.\ J. 'J. Colson of, Mr and Mrs. N. D. Walnwright, S.OAPSforlOc C. II. NASWORTIIV.!! Owner and Operator" ''SS

New River were guests Saturday Sr. I $1 .
SPECIAL"PHOTO
-SVMMER of Mr and Mrs. Warren E. Per Former Price $i.23 FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL f
S for 9l.SH "
kins. A Mr and Mrs. George H. Heller
COME or you LOSE of of JULY 26th. and 27th. 2 for 15c
Offer positively closes Flint. Michigan are guests IT PAYS TO BUY AT- PRICES, ,
Little Miss Josephine''Perryman Mr and Mrs. J. H. Lord at their
Labor Day, Sept. 2nd. k
|HOOVER BROS. STUDIO of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting her uncle home on Madison Street. Mrs. STERNBERG'SStarke.
STARKER FLA. end aunt, :Jr, and Mrs.'L. A Heller is a step-daughter of Mrs. BUSH The BestPOTATOES 10 LIIS. FANCY FUK8II STOCK 4 UlS.

----' Davis. Lord. FloridaL

|lr. and- Mrs. M. F. Wiggins ol ,- 13c PRUNES 25c
River were visitors bereellday Miss Dorothy Sapp has returned Miss Lillian Sternberg spent 4
from Jacksonville Beach where she the week-end in Gainesville with E. Jordan of OViedo spent the

afternoon. spent the past two -weeks with her sister, Miss Ruth Sternberg, I week-end here at the 'home of Mr, i
who Is attending summer school HOUSE l'UMBERLANDCOFFEE
Y'M Ruby Conner has returned friends. and :Mrs.\ T,, J. Grit n, He 'wai MAXWELL

a after a visit with relatives In L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, an emloyee there' accompanied home by' $lra Jordan Lb. 29c COFFEE 2Lbs. 25c
Butler. '
e" ) of' the Federal Land Bank,, Miss Alice McCormick, Miss and their two Bone; who had spenl

was a visitor here Wednesday aft. Pauline McNees and James Wall the past several weeks' here with WHITES RIBBON COMPOUNDLARD PORK ABEANS
!ton Chastain is spending ernoon. of Jacksonville, were week-end her brother-in-law and sister, :Mr,

tl days visiting' relatives in I guests of Carlylo Rltch, at the and Mrs. Orlffin.
t Pierce. ,
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll of home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs r lEc

Jacksonville, were week-end guests J. H. Ritch. 10 Qt. Galvanized. rall .._..l.VDompler'n rI
|lr. and Mrs. Charles Xmbacb Lb. 5c
Ilasl: Thursday ,afternoon In of Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs. F. hardware can U5 4
Ikwnvllle. H, Long. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller, Rod-
ney Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. John
Edwards has returned Henry Hemingway of Wilmington, LARGE BOX KITCHENMATCHES MILK
.T. Mrs. Josephine
Gilbert of Dade City, spent
from Gainesville where she N. C. spent the week-end here and TOO LATE "
week-end here
[ with Mr. and
>.J.J. Rigdon. visited Mrs. C. V. Simpson for several attended the funeral of Charles L9cI0a

days. Lucian. Kickllter. TO CLASSIFY TaUCan..6c
-
I F. Kickliter Is spending two .. SCAT.eeretary.
B Ius5EI.!!
Mrs. Hilda Williams, secretaryto 7
Jkl In Stuart visiting his broth- Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Lawtey,, .M Florida ...... A..... .. r
Lacy Klckll tel', and Mrs. J, G. Godwin of thestate former Governor Gary A. Har- PACKAGE ORANGE PEKOE
Farm, were visitors here dee at Washington, D. C., office. ':.

*r.,and Mrs. R. M. -Markam, of Wednesday afternoon. Is expected here 'this week Mrs. Hortense K': Walls'!, National MATCHES 2Pkgs. 15c TEA %-Lbe 29c'
E.
for a visit with Mrs. Florence Democratic Committeewoman'or
I State Farm, were visitors here I
"lay afternoon. Little Miss Dorothy Ellen Steele Canova and other relatives. Florida, in a weak, ,moment '

of Gainesville, bas been a guest for rermitted! her mind to wander GALLON FT. HAWKINS TOILET
'
fr.0. J. Griffin and son. Owen several days of her' uncle and aunt, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. A.,Hendry and from' the subject of f polltical'fisti-
Augustine were guests Sun- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. daughter, Carolyn, of Lake Worth, :cuffs to the more popular melee of SYRUP 49c PAPER Rolls 14c

    laughter, Dr. and Mrs. E,; No. S Galvanized Tuba ?__6. cDampier' brotber-ln-Iaw and sister, pent an hour or so In. a local pic- -
    Hardware. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom at ure house watching the movies of GUARANTEED SILVER KING 6 LBS. 12.LDS. 21LDSFLOUR F FZc

    -- their home on Cherry.Street. he Baer-Bradclock fljftt.

    Mrs. Olllver Asplnwall and little Shortly after that she met Red
    ANT A 'were guest Mrs. Charles B. Peeler, Mr and 7ScCIIVCI
    :ion of Jacksonville Newton Tampa Tribune sports 39c
    WORD last week-end 'of her' parents Mr. Mrs. Fred Downing and Mr. and writer, and relieved herself of the

    and Mrs. T. Williams.. Mrs. Cooper Peeler of Jacksonville, ollowlng statement, which must
    and Mrs. W. B. Ennis of Tampa, inas
    have been for publication wN
    .COLUMN.milk and were guests Sunday of Mr. Hilda
    Mrs Arthur B. Williams nuch. as Red featured It in his
    cow. Miss Audrey Lambe are spending Belle Bence at her cottage atKingsley ports column: ( ROAST OR FULL I'ACK-NO, :I SIZE' CAN Can i;

    with heifer 'calf. ,Also several days in Tampa visiting Lake.. "I can tell you exactly why Max


    rhe'Shelter SALE-one,> '''a. for sale C. Letach 2t2 relatives Miss Dorothy of Mrs.Rltch Williams.Is enjoying Jacksonville Mr. and ,Mrs.are.Olin announcing E. Ray the of nothIng)aer" lost to do the with fight yoUports all, the and sclentlf-It writ-has STEAK lb. .12'c TOMATOES 7 Z cALL

    Ic hooey
    German Police pugilistic
    arrival of a daughter, on Monday, v
    f 8 months old and one Irish i several days visit in Madison era have been writing: Baer lost,

    ler 9 months old. Will sell or I with her Mrs.brother-in-law H.A. Durden.and sister, Ray July was 13, at formerly the Gill Miss hospital.Wilma Mrs.Edwards Imply because he spent the eves. STEW lb. 15c GRITS 10 Lbs. 30e

    i9 for livestock. Box 89. Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ling pulling up his pants. Now MEAT
    e ,
    when his
    Butler Fla- Itp bow can any man fight
    Edwards.Friends
    B. S.
    and Mrs. H. C. Brown and And I'll tell .
    Mr.

    R SALE 1 AT A BARGAIN little daughter, Marian have recently :here of Donald Mac- YOll>anU something are falling elae, too she con- RIB STEW\ Lb. lOc MEAL 10 LbSe 24c
    the Flume Apartments -
    wagon, 1 Buggy -AH of moved to to hear his Inued, "Georgia Is the only state
    above Queen were pleased
    for $ O.OO cash, first on East Call Street. hat never bas voted Republicannd
    tint voice Sunday over WRUF radio POWDER OR 1
    OCTAGON
    served D"L. Phullps Vermont. the only state that REAL TENDER LOIN
    itation. Mr., MacQueen Is a members -
    y Florida Jack Bell of "
    It Mr. and Mrs. voted Democratic.

    \LL1Na for CARDS, any sIze, sere Gainesville with Mrs., spent Bell's the parents week-end Mr. Presbyterian of the male Church quartette, which of sang the bas All never of which is more' or less that en-' STEAK lb. 19c SOAP 10 for 25c

    501; $1.50 for 100. Mono- M. Edwards.Mr. over the air morning and evening.Mr. lightening, but remembering
    Mrs. W.
    and
    d stationery. 100 sheets a while back Hortense lost a

    lib envelopes L. Andrews tical fight, we regret that JIO"I t
    and Mrs. Wesley
    12.75 Bradford
    and PRICE
    ty Telegrapl1.bOlla 29.. tt. children: and of Mrs.the State J. F..Farm Shaw, were and daughter and<< son, Miss Chris- idn't show movies ol' that T-BONE STEAK Lb. 23c fwPECI l

    L'TY visiting Mr. Shaw's tine and Ronald, Miss Elizabeth for maybe the slow motion reel No. Can .15c
    SHOP here Friday real
    FOR BALEbie. Hollingsworth and Mr.and Mrs L. light disclose the reason whyhe
    Terma Good'ioca., mother, Mrs. Carrie Shaw, losers lost.
    wd W Halbrook and little son of Lake RUMP
    now< doing business.:Have are enjoying a week's stayit And Just ,what the BaerBradock -

    t to care for Bradford selling County at .sacrifice Tale' Miss ,:Martha was her Brownlee.the latter of Jackronville part City.Lake.the Thomas cottage at Kingsley ever fight votln'bas Republican to do with or Georgia Vermont .ROAST Lb. 16c BACON PLATES, Lb. 17c

    ,
    her parents
    visiting
    It* j jRRYT ot last week on the other hand never vot '. FULL CREAM
    and Mrs. J. M- Brownlee.
    : kr. Dr. and Mrs. H, B. McLendon In' Democratic beyond me, unREAD REAL TENDER ROUND
    Furnished
    Qt t. with prIvate bath.apart-eJtr: Rev. B. M. Montgomery Is spendng lav bad as their guests for several oJ.
    CHEESE lb. 19c
    t II d"lred G aral".. F' A. this week in Jacksonville: days at Kingsley Lake Dr. STEAK. lb. ISc
    9tark e. Fla.,Phone 84 It caching In the Cokesbury Bible UcLendon's mother, Mrs. T. R. THEFLORIDA ,
    )UcLendon, and Harold McLendon
    of the Methodist Church.Mr.
    School,
    waAllED for Rawletg"a 01 Marianna, Mrs. Margaret Hearn TIMES- ;
    r
    tl is in Parker, Duva1' Nassau and Mrs. J. C. Robinson and ot Valdosta, and Mrs. Roscoe Parish ALSO FANCY WESTERN "'AC1ADONI Pkg 5c u
    aDd
    f <<''Starke.Dept., Writ todav. amlly of Apopka, have recently of Atlanta Ga. UNIONFor I STEAKS AND ROASTS e
    F
    AO.223-SB. moved out to their summer homed *:
    ltd, T enn. for a month's ),11'. and Mrs. Errol: Alvarez latent Market Sports and BALLARD'S OBELISK-PLAIN OR SELF.RISING Si
    Klngsley Lake tad as their guests the first of General News. .

    ! 1tSUPPLIES!: I.tay.I he week, Mr. Alvarez' mother and LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION I

    ,adding : Typcwrlt- I Mrs 7 C."Durden'- haa returnedo rother.> Mrs. W. M. Yokum ref AT CANOVA'S 2Jc s'hl:

    ,paper typewriter machine ribbons Tampa after a visit here with 'acksonvUle' and P.Alvarea and PHARMACY :FLOUR s .

    lllachine;i paper second paper tr. and Mrs.' O. L. Beasley. She rife of Hoboken N. J. They were Al- S.M.BROWN 'f
    Mr.
    Mrs. accompanied to Starke by
    he home by
    W GIlTl8Ie at Bradford rae accompanied Drawden also -
    gnPh' ome.'boDso. ieasley. who will spend .evcral.ays varez' nephew, Elton Agent
    of,,Hoboken.
    .U: there.: ..
    k ,
    L,
    r 6i; y"S ub! if&ii
    n"L v
    'I.i.Ift\'' \: f'r.er:,talrf+1 ", mrts:; 1 AiS's, 4'
    ;;".f."IW-ih 'U.If.",:,;!:,;.!;n;,7Y1t1iW.k1i: ; '' \"r,fWfh\, J \/",,*,,"i'VO ;',' "I .I! i .< !!It ,



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    of PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TEIZ 1tAPlt STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY J,'... .
    2&
    1 1ardin'

    ..... SILENCE
    114 and remaining congregated for -
    PI FORT LAUDERDALB-Investigators -
    several hours at a time. -
    IF J The black hickory aphid Is about racing against time to

    one-sixteenth of an Inch long and bring evidence before a'special In a '

    FARMERS SECTION la rather thick-bodied. It Is found LIVE STATE NEWSLNews grand jury Tuesday, ran into mass 66 6 chi,,

    mostly on the under-sldes of leaves: silence, concealing identities of the COLDs

    The only satisfactory method of r band of 100 masked men that fI... sv

    Conducted by Demonstration Agents controlling black hickory aphids, of Florida in Short Paragraphs lynched a negro attacker here Fri LIQUID.AL'"III -TAltt.F."S NOIIIII) Tonic
    I says Dr. A. N. 'TIesot, entomologist day. Working through Sunday, DROPS and
    is to spray the trees witha State Attorney Louis F. Maire and I I.axali'e

    -,._. contact insecticide such as those Sheriff Walter R. Clark did nob reveal -i
    ..-- -- -- -- -- -- what .
    1 containing nicotine extracts of -- progress they bad madein

    :! PECAN GROWERS ARE pyrenthrum, or rote-none. Black I "thorough and searching"

    ; j Hints To Housewives URGED TO WATCH FOR Leaf 40 and Black Leaf 50 are good BIG LAND KALE SURVEY RATES investigation ordered by Governor
    MIAMI-The purchase of all remaining TALLAHASSEE!: Statewide
    COI'OIONTREE PESTS I examples of effective sprays. A Sholtz; into thebanging of Ren-
    ," good spreader should be used with assets of the Dade County study of compensation insurance ben Stacey 37. Stacey identified :
    from Home Demonstration Security company for $10,000,000made rates for various Industries will be "without doubt"
    Weekly GAINESVILLE-Pecan! growers I the spray. Trees should be sprayed a as the knife assailant
    Specialist, TaHatiaaseeDRESS should now be on the lookout for as soon as the tell-tale yellow the du Pont-Ball interests made before the Florida Local Underwriters of Mrs. J. L. Jones, .SO,

    three common tree posts and take spots develop on the leaves. A one of the largest private holders Association makes recommendations mother of three small children,
    should of Miami real estate. to the state depart- was snatched from deputy sheriffs
    FOR SCHOOL measures to control them if they good application now keep
    are found, Experiment Station entomologists the pests fairly well controlled for ment of Insurance. This was de- taking him to Miami for fekeep- .
    -
    the rest of the season. SWITCH COMES BACK cided at a meeting of the work- ing.
    f How U a dress suitable for say. -. ..... TAMPA-Bv action of the HUls- men's compensation committee of
    school wear and for harmonizing The pests are the wenworm, wal- borough Couniy--.cbOOI board the the association which assembled i

    i with the occasion T nut defoliator and black hickory NO( .SELF-MADE Petersburg Times MANSt. ") old fashioned hickory stick bas prior to the start of two-days sessions The sklrtwalst frock Is still Important C

    We can think of!school as a kind aphid. There are no self-made men. been reinstated In county schools, of the board of directors.PLANNING ,. especially In satin. e

    ;, of workshop where we spend many The webworm, which gets its made instances after an: absence of nearly a de- M
    People are by people, by -
    with other name from the web it spins on
    'r hour working people. circumstances and cade. The board had resolved some
    by
    The school dress, then. I Ie a kind of I trees, may be controlled by burn- eight years ago to suppress the rod BOARD WI
    A work dress, and a* such It musty Ing out the webs or tearing them grasped opportunities. in the bands of Its teachers. TALLAHASSEE:!: G o v e rnor
    not soil or muss easily. Since It In I down and then burning them. Atnl'"h Everything that la helpful, inspiring Dave Sholtz' office has announced Dr HERRINGS

    worn nearly every day, It must '_n_ made .with..n" '_ran_ _. nr cotton__,n._ interesting does something NEW DuTONT BANK appointment of four members of Stands for

    :' be made of a material that will soaked in kerosene and pushed Into to make a man. JACKSONVILLE-Edward Ball the new state planning board cre- { ,

    iff, wear well and must have color and the web Is effective Entomolo- Everything, with which we come president of DuPont-Ball. Inc.. of ated by the 1933 legislature. Those GINGERALE best in
    In contact each does
    day some- A. B.' of travel
    appointed are Dooley
    l"' style that will not become tire- gist J. R. Watson says. Twistingthe this city bas announced the Florida ,
    webs out of trees thing to make us what we are. We Pensacola for: a term of three
    I some. AB a work dress, It must be the by meansof .Bank
    at'Chipley will in
    comfortable and cannot have trailing a long pole with a nail driven owe a''''debt of gratitude to every the open years to serve as chairman for one Us tade-Burk on bus e14U..... ae..
    northwest Florida He ftorM.
    .city. lI Motor
    human being, to every flower that Mrs. M. M. Ebert of Lake Us-tf laminar maroon
    it. end and then year
    through burning
    skirts which
    sleeves
    or draped said the bank is
    capitalized at $25- stands tor the best
    grows to every' tree,' to every Wales for two C. B. Tread- AMERICAS Ia tran.ponsaaa.
    them is effective also. This pest years
    and
    torn,
    will or tight 4
    get caught decade
    000 and baa a $ ,000 surplus. It is of srrln Florid
    '(II sleeve, waist-bands, and collars should be attacked when It Is the rock glorious to every throat.song of spurted from bird. the eighth bank In this state affiliated way of Tallahassee, and Fred C. I OaZKG quest schedule, ibe-mlauK I Willa M*
    every Elliot of Tallahassee.
    which will binder actlvli young. / adequate
    our
    % dally with the DuPont tormina tociJtt] .
    group.POOR and b
    Wherever beauty Is, there is con- .
    ties. The hairy reddish walnut defoliator : -- GINGER etulr comfortable bases has
    { "man
    tribution to all that
    larger than the webworm we are. TREADWAY GETS JOB the prfem4 wsy to .
    The !school dress which Is beat ;
    does not web. these We can put our fingers on no SALE .anton.
    JACKSONVILLE Chester B.
    1 all spin a Raking : : I .
    suited to Its will satisfy
    t purpose :
    single thing and say'that it made
    pests off the tree trunks into a TAMPA-While approximatelytwo Treadway was notified by tele- WIT J
    It
    these utilitarian
    :
    requirements.
    of kerosene has the ua. Surely we cannot say that we hundred persons were present formal JACKSONVILLE ..
    should have all the attractiveness pan proven gram from Washington of his .$ .80 ti
    I i most efficient method of controll- made ourselves what we are. at an auction sale of liquor being announcement as administrator TAMPA .
    %.60
    and beauty that belong to the il
    ing them. These caterpillars have The greatest man is .he who conducted here by the United of the Florida WP A. effective: '
    ST. :
    I thing which serves Its purpose In .b PETERSBURG.: 3.0S
    ,
    the amount of
    gives creditto
    greatest States
    trunksas Customs Department, high!
    a habit.of massing on the July 10. Confirmation of Treadwa.s -
    the best possible way. There can others for .what success be has bidders were conspicuous by their LAKE CITY___." l.U' Z.
    nomination sent to the Senate
    be no genuine beauty If utility is well as dresses should be judgedfor achieved. absence and by noon very little of blockedby ORLANDO ______. 2.80 4.!,
    several days was
    not satisfied. A satin evening their appropriateness ,to the There is' no1' finer character in the 1300 gallons of contraband ago LAKELAND -. 2.6.1'.
    Senator Park Trammel who
    gown ceases to be beautiful when I occasions Upon which they are to this world than the. appreciativeman I spirits placed on the auction block FOA MIAMI _______,... 5801 18.J
    I said he wanted to determine : UPS
    worn In the science laboratory; a be .: LEESBTJRO _. 1.70
    Ii worn. What are the require- or woman.Keep :had been sold.PROTEST. a
    sleeveless, beruffled frock may beattractive ments''of the shoes suitable for giving credit ( wouldbe e __ whether the administrator, who also /
    ;you .
    Is bead of the State Road Department
    Smith's
    r on the dance-floor but Service
    school wear? Since they are wornso happy and grow.A DEVELOPMENTMIAMIThe Statio
    It loses its attractiveness In class. would draw both Federal
    constantly, they'should be comfortable man shrinks the.moment be proposed 1,000- PHONE 120WI
    and State salaries
    i Let us not Imply, however that for wear during a long pe- throws out,his chest and '.says 000 low coat housing development OO54

    the school dress, In order to bethorou&hly riod of time. Thin' voles, Ulgtt '"Sea what I havel done!'" He should for negroes will proceed on the ",000 A :FOOT

    suited to its purpose heels, pumps with no straps ,and sayr ''See.what thers) have dune!" planned site the Public Works ad-
    must be MIAMI-:At:record high price for
    dowdy or commonplace.It ,
    pointed toes are certainly all to be No matter how resourceful, energetic ministration told Miamians or the
    tecent real estate transfers was
    should ,
    H have all the charm and :
    avoided In the school shoe. The and successful be,
    ? you may project will be abandoned. City
    7 attractiveness that results from said to have been set here in a
    school shoe Is worn frequently and you are not self-made but other- and county commission resolutions
    fine court order allowing the purchase
    color and good design. There
    a should be made of materials that made. asked that
    a new site be chosen
    ( of of land six feet wide .
    is breach a strip
    no between utilitarian 1 e eI
    r will give good" service. Satin after citizens 1
    : protected the development -
    and esthetic by seventy-two feet In length for
    qualities. Indeed the TilE IA/.V MAN
    and thin leathers
    ,
    pumps fancy are
    would be in the
    one is dependent upon the other inappropriate for this reason, if Perhaps the world has not giv- white homes. proximityof 23000. Circuit Judge Paul

    } and the two must be combined to for no other., Conspicuous shoes en the) lazy man the credit he deserves Barns empowered Lon Worth

    produce an attractive and 'appro- also should avoided.. The latest for the progress that has TRICK OF- FATE -: Crow receiver for a Dallas Park I FUNERAL DIRECTORS
    school I : hotel to buy the which
    priate dress. been made towards the Ideal life. property
    fad In colored heels and cut leather SARASOTA. A uur Many Years Experience Make It
    Possible
    t Other articles of the wardrobe When the lazy man is considered precautionary adjoins the hotel. Its purchase for Us to Render
    I
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    ..JrL8, IMS BKUFORD COUNTY TETJEGRAPH. STARKE, FLoRID.\' PACK SEVEN!:

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    CUt1RCH Doucaroay nice of you, Fanny to tell me that eyed and did a dance" God help me--and I shall go on I

    --' CHURCH Marcia had telephoned but unfortunately Jinx laughed nervously. "I wish loving you as long as I liveand /

    t1JtST BAPTIST Pastor OMORELADIl'ifroM the telephone rings in my I'd seen it"Sherry now you can go ahead and get .
    Price ,
    C, & 10 o'clock a. m.. room also and I have listened to nodded "It was mar your divorce." Turning on her heel '
    school, call.* she left him swiftly
    epday\ supt, every velour He pointed to his bag

    I homey 11 a, m. "That's very unfair of you," Ed- "Put that In the car Stafford "I say," Moulton was looking

    ernlo8 WorshiP: p, m.eIItDg fIo_ ''''.N.r ', A.E.THOMAS jar said reproachfully, "and something will you ?" through the funny papers. "What

    C.P.1.6:4:1: P. mg A no gentleman would ever "Going Into town?" Marcia asked does "Bam! Zaml Plop! Zowlet
    ; BEATRICE;
    I FABERMETR0'GOLDWYN'MAYER
    Meeting, Wednee- .- ?. /,01. do." mean?"
    .
    Teacbers Fanny towered up In wrath. : "Yes. Explain to the Moultons "It means the honeymoon I I.

    : 7:30: P prayer service Wed- "Then I suppose you also over- 'will you?" over" Fanny said glumly.
    ICTUHS ,
    Id.Week, z::. I'' heard that people are already Baying I "What shall I say?" The door flew open and Sherry ;

    lap, 8 p (SYNOPSIS Marcia Townsend "Jim is going home"-Sherry ''TY ROOM. Marcia nd Jim hal that you and Marcia are divorcing "Oh-anything will do." He rushed in. Magically everyone'sface

    JllllthocWl1; Church has married Sherry Warren shouted disappeared. "- ?" shrugged "Business. My Aunt'ssick. brightened With one accord

    I* B""M Montgomery Pastor. New York's handsomest heartbreaker "Sherry dear," Marcia said, her -- But Sherry's anger matched her My wife has been unfaithful they chorused "Upstairs."

    ef, School, -10 a. m.. ,,though her grandmother, voice dripping honey, "Jim and I Chapter.'l''eiveTilE own. "All right-what If they are? to me. Anything. Taking the steps two at a time '
    What If It's true. I "I'm sorry that your aunt Is
    \\lllda1 Worship-11 a. Fanny Townsend hits warned her didn't think we'd drive far Supposing he reached Marcia's room and
    quite as "
    '
    1>rinC League-7:13: P., m. against him. But after a year anda as his home,. but if you Insist" GREAT PLAN were to say to you-" sick, Marcia said sympathetically. opened the door.
    rth "
    -8:00.p. In.. half of happiness Sherry succumbs "Now look here my boy Nanny Tears stood In her eyes "Well t"A 8 f
    Worship an theee aervj. to the lure of Tereae a Sherry pointed a shaking finger' "I say," Moulton blurted out, said determinedly, "you and Marcia He burst out with sudden fury. "I just want to say," Sherry told f I

    011 are Invited to night club banJoist. Marcia, Is at her "If you leave this house "this is quite a charade.. What's are like a pair of two year olds "Then it's true? Tell me the truth" her with a hint of tears in his own ,

    heartbroken but retaliates with a with Jim you don't come back" I the word? American Independence being broken to double harness. Marcia tossed her head. "Why voice, "that I accept-your apology -
    '"If I leave this bouse with Jim." I: take It." Can't be done In a minute. Boun1 should I?" j j
    ebyterlan Church party and among the guests are
    : Jim Balaton, Jim's exwlle.Dlu.na. Marcia said with equal force "or "Looks to me more like the fall to be a lot of kicking and a runaway "I told you the truth. "Darling" .
    ,
    .George H Lowry,SchooL:Minister whom Sherry had stolen from,. Jim without Jim I don't come back of the Bastille," Edgar said slowly. or two. But a fine team Is She snickered "And don't you They were In each other's arms. i ,,

    0:00: s. p,.Sabbath and who Is now married to Lord anyway except on my own terms." :"Not meaning to refer to you as a the very best thing In the world" wish you hadn't." THE END I
    M.Mornlng Worship! "What terms!" Bastille what I told him," Sherry blew up. "You won't need
    1:00): Moulton. Terese also is present, he said'.to Sherry 'That's just ..--- :,
    the pastor. "That I don't believe you're go- Edgar put In solemnl any charades to guess what my answer '
    by
    OD Christian En- Jim has been In Marcln's compaoony "I don't understand, Diana A. S. Russell of St. Paul hanged '
    junior ing to behave any differently from walled. "The trouble with you," Fanny to that la." With a rush he
    .30 p "Has
    the
    entire evening. He has Just something happened himself because he lost a purse
    the behavedIn out of the house.Jumping ,
    way you've always continued Impressively "Is that was
    YIIl' Informed Sherry that he and Marcia ? containing $1,300. i'
    ,30; p, m.-Eventng Worship spite of your saying you're sor you can't bear the feeling of bar. into his waiting road
    are leaving for a prolonged ry. And If this is the kind of married Sherry was sitting back stunned ness. Neither can she. You kicked ster Sherry started to drive away e :

    pint Christian Church; drive.) life we're going to lead then "Sha'a gone" he sajd to him over the traces. So did she. Let only to be forced to stop short as Mrs. Ella Cannon of Brooklyn

    W. T. !McGulre, Pastor I'm going to get just as much run self In a croaking" voice "She'sreally It go at that he saw Rover lying contentedlyacross was fined $l\O for kicking a police }I
    "
    Bible'V.School, 10 a. m.CAmmunlon Chapter ElevenA out of It as I possibly can." ,, gone. v "You see?" Edgar said hope the roadway basking In the man. !

    11 a. m. : "Rot!" Sherry spat out. "Now you can look the barn fully to Sherry sunshine, To remove the dog was I IM '
    ,
    GAMEOF CHARADES"I \
    door said '" 1'1111\ Ntl.M ;
    Endeavor l'p.. m. ; Moulton had wandered up "I Fanny grimly. "And don't forget," Fanny wenton easy but to get him to stay re- NOTICn lit hereby II'Iven that undt <;

    ChristiaD meeting Wednesday 7:30: don't see why I _don't give say come on--oh, I beg your par Early the next morning she was r and by virtue of a Finn I !>"- ..,"'
    ,
    into the telephone of Furtrlitnur mnd. and I
    talking rrfi
    yer Indignantly ren-
    you a good poke In the nose" Sherry don, are you quarreling? Go right tlnriMt by the Honorable A. :/:. Ail- y ,
    S.' Second Sunday 11 a. roared at him., Then somehow ahead." totally unaware of the fact kin Julian of ih. Circuit Court of 'I 'I
    Preaching that Stafford and the other i6th Judicial
    servants the Circuit of Florida, 1i.
    with actual utterance of the "We've thank
    threat I quite finished .
    aDd 8 p. m.gowwood I In the In and for Uraitfnrd County. In '
    were listening on extensions
    he felt Immeasurably relieved. you," Sherry said calmly t'hancory dated July lmt 199/1/ In ',
    : with avid enjoyment of ..... that certain cauna th.r.ln lai.lypendlna k

    Baptist Church .- 1M ..,.k,..,..._......_ ''''' .', ', ''''-- : the scandal so suddenly plumped I htttwewn Federal. KamiMorliruir ,W
    Corporation Plttlntlff and Ill,'
    ... 0. Ilemlngrway, Pastor ; : Into their laps."Certainly ,, David Strong' and wits, Haiti )
    Rev Bible Strong, 0fndantM. the undnrMtvnrvil \
    Sunday. not Fanny was saying -
    services every who wan tltvrvln appointed as )'
    IOIS: : a. m. Services at.8:30 "There Isn't an ounce of truthIn !Special! Master. In C'bancery to .*.- ,
    udy cute the ...UII. will on Monday the l
    such rumor. Of course she
    lock in afternoon. any re Ind day of $optenit.r! \ HUH: during1 Q":'
    r and Jim came back: She's upstairs the :legal: bourn of sale hwforo tliCourt
    ; asleep now." She listened with 1 r 110".. door In !Hlark! Plorl .f 4,
    R4PTIST CHURCH ne t1 l Ida. sell to the hlKhvut. and b..tbld..r
    ,
    BETHEL Pastor ., mounting anger to the shrill cackle for cash, th. following, Bev. L. A. Donnley; that came over the wire "Well, .orlbel land. ,Ritual, lying and be- .1JIf,'
    every first Sunday IIIB In Biadfurd County Florida, to- "
    Services
    my dear you mustn't believe ev- wit "
    Sunday School 2:30: p. m. ery thing you hear."She and Jim Cnmmonrlnc at th. SVV corner of :'1'!\
    Study and Prayer ServIcesery the Saw, H.o. SO, To, I H (Kan**
    Bible 1
    were just having little fun with a HI H, and running I lOftut on Hcittlitn .1'l
    Saturday night. Sherry. Of course they came back. lln* 4IK feit In a point of bKlnnlnttl *- .
    : :
    then North Oe0 1tf.tlionrH
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    Why-uh-I don't know. .I was ICnxt. lea foots thcno South \t ,
    isleep. Well-glad you had a good 880 feet| thence West lea f...t; tu k.
    point of boKlnnlnir,. the,. linen b.. (.
    receiver
    time. Goodbye The was inaaccording. ; to the proper variation .
    SOB slammed up angrily. "Blitheringldiotet" of the United $tat.. survey, {fir I
    "If leave this She turned to'Edgar'' who it rNtrvatlon hns! mad on the f
    JONEs1' you ,
    A
    South: .hi. and along the Mentionlln : h'
    \Comments house with ,Jim r was trotting down 'the stairs In Ifri of twenty foet for a publlo "

    you don't come bathrobe and pajamas. "What's nsi'ontalnln.. S sorest more. or lEi'
    less: Krndford County, Florida.Atml 'i
    And back." said Sherry. the outraged husband doing" -Th* NWVi\ o( the HWV of .
    "He's rte the HKV4!! $.,>tloii ID, 'Fl.. 1 H. Kane* I'
    packing. '
    "I want to say" e 113 IQattt, containing to arrn, more

    [sometime ago a banker friend Jim surveyed him with interest. "Then come In and join the cried"You frantically.mustn't let"He him must," Fanny notleave Sherry Jusjt\ told her, "that b of or Ion Florida*, County oC Bradford Utat ;t: '

    Id 1 to the writer "Dr. Jones, "There doesn't seem to be any reason party." He conducted them glee- I accept your apolosry. with the appurtenancoM. Raid. val, to t
    this house until Marcia be mad pursuant til paid! l.>.cro.. tiKHtlufy >
    hy la it so many men criticize why you shouldn't.:' He suddenly fully to the living room. back." ." ,; y: t. th, mtnto .and pontM.Jfl. tar;
    langeliBts and Christian ,work- spotted the bag and pickedIt Jim had hurried out and was comes -- r ...".. .Ir'i .. ,.. K. I'EHHYMAKf. ;R:
    but is she back?
    '
    "Yes coming
    it? Why Is It they are so often up. "However, when I was In back with his hat and coat. "Muchas That's the question." "that the reason she did what moved was another thing, for back An BpoHal Muter In Chancery 'f

    presented and slandered root the same boat I bought a revolver. I hate to leave this happy "If I could just find out where she did whatever It was was because he would go to the middle of the 1.1601.813'j

    friend asked an Important Very amusing don't you think?" group," he said to Marcia "I thinkIt they are," Fanny moaned. "If she'd you did what you did-" road the moment Sherry left htm. 'jI.\

    itlon and I will give you my "I think, on the whole," Sherry would be.better--" only telephone. Did you argue with "Whatever that was,"" Edgar finished Marcla's shadow fell across Sber.ry' Watch YO.M* \ I.
    er to him "You have a bank. said rapidly "that it wouldn't be a "Don't go old man." Moulton path. "I'll hold him" she of "'
    him? obligingly
    e i devil Is not against your bad Idea if you went back to town threw his arms around him In a "Did I arg- He won't argue.ite's "Then why do you go?" fered. She took the dog's lash Kidney l lB '1l Ii',

    k t one way or the other. There tonight-and fairly soon." fond embrace. "The evening's He didn't sleepa "Because I made up my mind at You're In a hurry to get away are ;
    very angry.
    11 more up the street and,I theU Jim smiled Irrltattngly. "Thank young. Stick around. We're goingto wink." : exactly seventeen minutes past six n't you?" Sure They Properly

    la neither a friend or an en- make> hooey "Yes. What did expect me GMIIM the Blood
    you very much old man but I happen I "Who did? WellShe stopped. this morning that It is absolutely you
    j of that store. He Is not Interrled *' to be Marcla's guest "I think there's oeen enough" Sherry fully dressed and carry useless for Marcia. and me to go to do about you and Jim? Forgive YOUR kidney. Constantly IIL.!: ,-

    You go get a sign and put Terese passed by swathed In her hooey made for one evening, Ing a suitcase woSTvalhlng calmly on any \longer." He moved toward you? You bad a great planto .Ing. matter "from theButi 1:'J.J

    t out In front of your bank andy .wrap. She waved to them gayly. Sherry observed dispassionately.Edgar down the stairs. "Is the car the door live your own life. Well go ....... .1eyelOl'llel'me." \ In

    'This bank stands unquallfled- "Good night Mr Salston. Goodnight wrinkled his brow. "Youdon't ready" he asked Edgar. It opened suddenly and Marcia ahead and live It." Ihelr wodo not set .1 salute It.. 4'

    r for the Word of God' It Is a Mr. Warren. Can you bearIt by any chance mean whoopee "You're making a great mistake stepped in, followed by Jim. Bothof "And it was a great plan, too" poison.tMd-f.iI the. tyiUm la remove when impurities retained. tlitt,

    Italian Institution.! It believes ? I'm leaving. Where's Mrs. 7""That's ," Fanny warned him "You re them were Insufferably gay. Marcia said simply. "My Idea was Then you may tuffer n a
    > Bible from cover to cover. It Warren T Oh never mind. I'll find whoopee. Let's" play being a stubborn fool. You know "Good morning, everybody," Marcia to make something out of myself che,dliilneft,tasty or too (requunturination

    elieves that God created man In her." games. Let's do a charade. that Marcia is coming back." called. besides another one of these grimly getting HP.night, twoll i. f
    '
    II own Image,and man fell Into Jim forgottenfor Fanny rose to her feet ponderously "!] that statement a hope-or a "Thank Heaven," Fanny breath cheerful, devoted wives. It was llmbi' feel nervous, .....'..bl..II .-
    0, It believes that Jesus Christ Sherry groaned "Let's all go to bed." She ed. a swell idea. Only you know what .. upet "
    the moment. fact? Sherry asked coldly. Den'l deUyl U.. c....'. Pill. i
    "And don't forget
    to
    led Hishood turned Sherry
    the shedding I
    on cross "I've just talked to her on the Instantly Sherry's manner licked me? My love for you. And functioning '
    called 0.pecl..JI'y' for poorly
    I for the redemption of a lost Marcia turned as Tereee to lock the barn door, she unfair. I wish I
    telephone," Fanny fabricated des changed a surface gaiety that I It's foully rotten kidney', they are' I.C_ ft1
    add This bank stands unquali to her. "I just want" to say goodnight said Cryptically. perately "The reason they aren't I would match Marcia's. "Good could take my love for you and raended by grateful men the country a

    fy for the old time religion and Mrs. Warren. Sherry looked at her in Interro' back is--uh-that there' been a, morning. Good morning, Jim," he draw a line through It or put In vet. Get these. from ,ny druggist. fr

    e i absolute authority, of the Bile I "I don't blame you for leaving," gation. "I don't get you." little accident. And Marcia expressly said cheerfully. "Well It seems we a silk hat and make It disappear.

    !' Put out that sign and you Marcia replied. "It Isn't a very "Well," she said groaning a little said that she wanted ,to: gave a party last night. Moulton Her voice was trembling with .

    rill make the devil angry and heill good party Is it?" as her evening shoes bit into see you. I was awfully funny after you left the weight of unshed tears "But I ,

    1 be against your\bank: ""Oh. J've had 'a swell time.." Te her feet with every step, "It's owned'a '' Sherry shook his head.. "It's very''' He laughed. "He got absolutely pie. can't. I love you, Sherry Warren rl
    '. story about a farmer who -
    0S Mrs.
    rese hesitated a second. "Say, I'
    "
    valuable horse :\ ',tale
    Aa soon as Jesus Christ, was Warren; I'm a little tight or, I "Thanks __ __
    nodded curtly
    Ira the devil tried'to'kill .Him.t wouldn't say this." She hitched up Sherry Informed her. I
    I've heard it, he i
    religionists of His day hound- her'wrap defensively. "Well, anyway "Well, good night all," Jim LFiT# I
    1 Him wherever He went.He was what I, mean to say la- I _

    [W about., They said He was no hope that you and ''Sherry--' you called.:. all stopped as Marcia held M'
    And to : -Mr. Warren-I' hope nothing They
    Cae ar: They spat oa and :, Idea fora
    "I have an
    her hand.
    They put a crown of, thorn has happened on account of me- jp charade.' All of'you go in the THE MOST FINELY BALANCED LOW-PRICID CAR. IVIR BUILT

    I Hii brow. They nailed Him.on"i gee I',must be awful tight to say "
    .be sore at'myself in the other room. _. __ ", -
    cross His opposition was this-m Moulton nodded .,- -- '<1'
    "That right, ,
    thing but> satanic opposition. morning She teetered on her

    to devil was against Him. John heels., approvingly. "That's the way we YOU WILL fiND THAT NIW CHIVHOLITINTIMORS
    it"Edgar
    tile Baptist got his head"cut off "There's no-reason for you to he play stopped, struck almost AMI MUCH MOM LUXURIOUS AND
    because he told the truth. The Marcia said
    sore, at yourself dumb with awe. "There's a coin- ; I'
    "Portia Paul was persecuted be- COMFORTABLE 'THAN IViR'
    MORI
    gently. cidence. That's the way we playIt g MUCH
    Cue many of the Jews of His day ."Well I know how you felt-and too." He jumped up and began

    seated the world to believe Jesus I don't blame you." She gulped. the as
    about place
    OIrtat running madly f1 You will f find thing to delight ,
    was dead.. Paul-told them swell though- OJSDT
    awful guy -4
    "He's an guests from :
    that He If he would conjure up a ... P Pyi
    met was not dead that He bad you know what I mean"Marcia' every cubbyhole "Come here, everybody you' corny' advantage that you caD-
    Him on the Damascus road. .. shone warmly. '
    eyes -come hers everybody, other low-priced car when ''
    1'11. 'n' not find in any you ,
    nice
    early church was persecuted 'Yea.' And I think It's awfully he bellowed lustily. "It's another ; t ,

    IIecauJe Christians wouldn't com of you to worry about us." charade." ", 4s M a g accept your Chevrolet dealer's invitation to drive

    ICIIox.Jrollllse. Martin Luther' John "I'm not worried about you-I'm Jim took Marcia aside, "Good the new Matter De Luxe Chevrolet!! It's the only, 4
    + John Wesley'Dwlght I* worried about him because If be low voice. He ,. I'
    night, he laid"In a the match- !,
    Moody and car in its price rang that bring you
    of nothing
    every great uncompro- lost. you on account her hand with gentle fer (,(,

    Preacher in the world'has Say am I saying anything or am I vour.;lasped- .....) t:, .les beauty of Body by F'ber-t' superior safety t !

    wiled about and slandered. Be- talking?"} was her coutrucdoa--tbe .
    ware of the lust her shoulder Put :Marcia snaking of solid steel Turret-Top : glidIng J:
    minlatet.about whom Marclappatted"
    RW" L bav.'never'heard a'' slander- ""You're saying great deal only rade.head."' '"No I need you for the cha" s comfort of the Jtoee-AetiOll RideJ., And it's \

    'Peak be unto you when all: men .-j* "Don't make It too hard for me also the only car in Its price sang that bring you f

    well of you" If you live i ,Terese hopped'Into the car. said with a black '
    to guess, Sherry balance of all motoring advantages, it}
    idly. you will suffer;persecution.alotaL ; "Well-off to the big city"' The look at JimMarcia such a perfect

    door slammed and in- a minute C '' such a fine combination of aty....and ttamins. :
    car "I
    smiled at him sweetly.
    : ,!
    the automobile the bad living-room disappeared.Mar. think, that the meaning will be power and economy, .peed and safety, plck
    Entering at Jim. perfectly clear to you." Y and dependability Visit your Chevrolet dealer t.
    inquiringly
    cia, looked snorted. "Well, It'll b* ,
    "Couldn't you find the bag?" Sherry I've understood all -accept hi. invitation to drive 1M mot finely .',
    the first thing
    He held It up. "Shall w". go Sherry? evening." He joined the group in balanctJ low-priced ear ever, 6u/f{ -today I '

    : ,"Say listen,, Marcia
    said desperately controlled. "What the living across-room the and doorway pulled, shuttingoff the curtains '. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT.. MICH., 1 1ft.JG.JI.A.Ct ,
    "
    I
    BILIQUSME&SJOMMOM Is going on? A charade? Am Marcia and Jim who were ,"' *Wfc*W prl ,*. _
    the right word? ....,Nww, RIw
    supposed to guess S ; it y A i
    behind themMoulton f It
    do? Get standing
    to
    Wbat-are you trying him, 'f
    was seated near tr

    CAUSE ,'OF even shook sins with her?"me He bead.!"addressed Marcia"Punish smiled Jim me"Wearen't and for gee.fairly"Nothing bouncing like on a his good chair charade with i !. cellu &t 9J e f i e J Ii IiCH'EVRO'LET' S


    BALDNESS my you. are we.?" _what?"
    embarrassing
    nodded tiredly "Unlessit's
    .tit" "Not at all. Not at all. But plr- Fanny ___
    t: aU'a.War W.aiiL.a.IsWw att we're embarrassing yam"Sherry's a good family row.
    M haps stirred. "Well, whatever
    th..lala. i tile .. .. "I'll tell youIf Sherry
    1Malp voice rose.
    ";"' We ... ..... _-........ the word is." he grumbled, w1abthey'd COMB M oaivi IT TODAY a WITHOUT OUMATICM
    you are. it with." He raised
    get over
    : .. blissfully r
    sauntered up
    : .
    Edgar Aren'tyou
    ,
    ..... "Hurry up.
    his voices ,
    -.r.. ...... the quarrel."Well well seaaaa aavsarrerwarrt
    lot........e!. ... __ unaware' of going all right? ready yet?" There was no response. K
    '..... folks. Everything
    .. "Marcla we're waiting. Co.
    1oaI. .. ,: another charade -
    .. Torode'Chevrolet
    j" "'wr .... -;-.:. How about playing and JIm-" Just atWD.... -

    . .... hi ... .. Marcla. you Stepping forward quickly Sherry .
    In
    rq., put ,
    ' ... H.NJi.PNo= <<: ."Sorry. Edgar.. Marcia for a .yanked the curtains open- STARKE FLORIDA
    \
    and I are going out .
    "Jim EMPV
    i 11 p'"O..L ONLY TO DISCLOSE AN
    R1rtDT
    ,,..,. .e, .... --.. ...O.. y..' ride. ,

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    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. J"1.V
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    Bradford County Telegraph The inauguration BUILD A HOME of the Federal [ You'veHeard DD---BUT TRUENO.

    Housing program in Starke has Maybe ,
    I t Established 1877 met with encouraging response. 1 l ,
    (i The local committee reports numerous It But

    ggL MEM.BERT = ; inquiries as to( various Li 611
    phases of the program and if the 883.
    ASSOCIATION '
    Interest that ball been manifested THE BELL-RINGER COLLAR MOUSE EXTERMINATING
    1935 .. er : la any Indication It I* safe to say 'Curf w And Cate DEVice|

    :;J.ot.WQItd.J 0'f.G Q. that building and modernization Does or does not curfew actually 'r THE MOUSE STICKS HIS HEAD IN THE

    ... .. -- .. .. -- activity will soon greatly Increase ring: Ia48tarke each night at 12 !,J sraa2cil DEVICE
    Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class in this vicinity. o'clock? That seems to be the -. WHEREUPON A COLLAR WITH BELLS ON 17

    In referring to this great oppor.' bnrnlng question of the hour. BECOMES ENCIRCLED AROUND HIS NECK
    Office at Starke Florida
    Matter at the Post about town Insist '
    -... -. ..... tunity that the Government Is Some that young it: does men but the police sap 'HE DOTS HIS: HEAD OUT BUT CANNOT REMOve
    In the hands of it* citizens e
    u E. L. Matthews---_________________.Editor and Owner the placing Melbourne Times said In a recent -' department denies the existence of IJ ROVtiTW THE BELL COLLAR HE RUNS TO HIS HIDING

    .--- -- -.- ,- _. .. editorial: any official,.fgolng-ln time, although \* 2 l N tlaS1 'PLACE .,THE BELLS ANNOUNCING HIS COMING
    I admitting that on several TO
    a SUBSCRIPTION RATE "If you have been paying twen- occasions powers of persuasionhave X 5 ZKi&SgSS hE OTHER MICE WHO BEING NATURAL SHY ,

    Six Months 75c Payable in Advance ty-five dollar a month for a house who x rrir AND DISTRUSTFULRUN
    Yearly, $1.50; ,been used on persons AWAY, THUS PRACTICALLY
    to live In for the last ten ,
    years
    disinclined to
    p Advertising Rates on Application you have paid out three thousand seemed otherwise 90 eXTeRMINATING THEM I IN A SURE ECONOMICAL
    what is
    I home and to bed at gen- '.
    dollars for rent. And have
    you erally accepted as a respectablehour.
    i Borrow a book from the new library. I Io nothing to show for. it. "

    "If there had been a federal of curfew
    This modified form
    + housing plan, or some other agency might have been started at the insistence I { ]1
    " Add similes: As thick as rabbits at a magician's conven through which you could have of the Society for Preven- I
    arranged to buy a home with those
    e. tion. twenty-five dollars a month pay- Chicken tion of*-Cruelty'-Although to this Frying-size explanation -

    r + o ments, you would have a modest I has only been hinted at How- COMING

    Some boys go back to the farm and others turn their place pretty well paid for by now. ,ever no one can deny that curfew HOME DRUNk
    I And it would be !
    yours
    a followed close upon the heels of j A3AIN. .
    back It.Wonder. "There in Melbourne
    on are people
    an epidemic'of n-napplng. WHAT A
    who would find 8oi\lc 8/ )
    0 that the mere
    } tJOf'
    sense of owning the roof over their In the meanwhile, you-Mr. and J AVAN SOUNDS 'vs ; .7y fNG r GI
    -\lG
    with stomachs CItizen-have nothing ,
    if all. those people upside-down head would give a new value to Mrs. Average.

    Ei. got all right? living. And they would find that to worry be about should the street you I I /V LIKBHVER8'5 4 ,
    happen to caught on
    they could give much greater enthusiasm BACK.I .
    nr' has struck. I
    after twelve clock 1
    to the beautifying of -

    r r', :, The FERA is taking.a lesson from the bees and removing their homes, and to the general Improvement We have intentions definite1 assurance seem honorableyou that if HAVE ;BELLS; TUNED AND THE MICE CAM

    \' the drones. of the community. your !
    " "Home-ownership gives a citizen will be allowed to' go your PLAN TUNES WNILE'RUNNING AROUND..._
    0I A POSSIBLE VAUDEVILLE! ACT'
    ::1 f unchallenged. .
    and It way ; "
    stability standing. give
    F' to be king If they'll let I
    for a
    Huey is willing every man -
    I, \ him a feeling of security. It.1* an
    r t' him be the ace. anchor In time of storm and sires, Being of an' Inquiring mind we I d

    r i 0 and a sail toward greater prosperity felt it our duty to stay up one ;' SH4.t-H'! Aw
    'i:' when winds are fair." night this week until 12 o'clock / SANTA CLAUS
    '1 A real goose-step is the one a country takes to upset the What goes for Melbourne goes just to see what would happen. IS COMlN'_

    \ ) peace of the, world. for Starke and any other commu- We owe It to our readers we said. 1 HEAR THE. I
    ,
    -0 nity In the country. So while you were tucked snuglyIn '!y SLEIGH Beu.s ,
    Buy a bit of Starke property and bed-or do you tuck yourselfIn
    than (,!
    \ ",; It Is better to spend money painting your home build yourself a home. in the summertime-we risked i 'A.lLJPJli.l.
    the town. reputation and ravages from the 1'1 :
    painting ----o--
    0 BEWARE OF HIKERS loss of sleeps by coasting breezily
    J From Plant City comes the latest down Call Street as the twelfth
    Most is convinced by now that Hoover makes; MISTAKES WHAPPe11. 4 -
    everyone report of hitch-hikers betray. chime of the town clock would have -

    8 an excellent ex-president. ing a motorist who was kind been striking1 we had a town I i'bowet-Sr._". HE 4

    0 enough to pick them up and give clock. We risked our all to ad- '

    them a ride in his automobile.The vance the cause of fearless journal- ,.V V will save $3.CO each on the 150 QUESTIONS ABOUT
    If talks $4,800,000,000 should be heard in every
    money Ism But the' risk wasn't nearlyso
    victim recent arrivalIn
    was a HOUSINGSSW
    cars of fuel It will buy during the )
    corner of the country. the state from New York. He great'as we had anticipated.The FromOtier; :;PensSAVING'IIARDKAKNED: year-a total of $525. ---

    o gave two negroes a'' ride and .. ,only other living thing -- (Continued From Page One!
    wound up beaten and robbed In a along the White Way was an alley rsss= The association has been paying mortgage .application as outdo
    has automobile
    mile but if fellow an
    A miss as good as a a .
    as
    corn field In payment for his. act cat whom 'curiosity or some caprice eight per cent Interest on Its preferred above.
    t the miss and the mile go well together. of kindness. of mortal man had already DOLLARS 'atock. It used its surplus What happens next?

    O One of the negroes was sittingon deprived of its terminal appen- An example of one of the multiple to retire this, thus eliminating an ,If the location and type of band

    A tree with its roots all on one side is dangerous. So is a the back seat and. the other was dage (tall to,you). Wt donned our services a well-managed farm additional $400 per year expense.. the mortgage application i
    on the front seat. The one behind moat auspicious attitude and dart cooperative can render Its,, members approved by the Federal Howl
    person with his mind made up all,on one side suddenly struck the driver and the ed around a few corners at breakneck is provided by the Shelby By, abolishing the preferred Administration It will give a fir
    stock and Its
    by-laws
    '' o other joined In the attack. The speed. We never were chal- County Farm Bureau Service Com amending commitment to the lending Ins
    the association has become a -
    The Titusville Star-Advocate says it is scriptural to love white man stopped the car and lenged, however. We weren't even pany through which its members In true legal and cooperative t* tutlon that It will insure yr
    sense
    jumped from It to ward off the at- noticed. buy oil products collectively. mortgage when the job and t Iran
    enemies and good business sense to watch them. no longer required to pay an Income -
    your tack but the two hikers chased This cooperative, recognizing actions are' complete. \\ithn
    tax. This whittles another '
    o him Into a field near the road. Carnival the advantages of pajjng cash for commitment made, you or y

    Buster {eaton is being sued for divorce. He'll have a After slashing the driver across With no attempt to Imitate the supplies, decided to eliminate the $600 off the expense sheet.Thus contractor can secure a const
    the throat and stabbing him several heavy Latin accent of the man engaged words "charge IU'!,' from its vocab Its savings come to about lion loan and ptoceed wIth i!
    ; hard time trying to find anything funny about alimony. times with a knife the ungrateful In placing canvas covers on ulary. It obtained a $20,000 loan $1500: n year-and against new ex- erection of your home.

    o pair kicked him and left ferric wheel seats In anticipationof from the Omaha Bank for Coop*' penses of but $600 which will Will having an Insured mn

    The rains might have inconvenienced you but they have him for dead In the field. They afternoon showers, business erattvea in order to take advantageof gradually decrease. gage prevent me selling my how
    even put sand In his mouth to since the ,opening of the small the discounts that accrue to This! cooperative is a small one No.
    at least,put an end to complaints about the dry weather. keep him from calling for help. .carnival here Monday has been cash purchasers. The Interest other cooperatives are performing I .

    4l : 0 Although the number of motorists lousy, to cost of the loan Is $600 for the similar services on a much The raising of a flock of gee

    A lunch room operator in Atlanta has shot and killed six who will pick, up hikers Is The three'rides and the one first year and it will diminish larger scale, The total saved their 1 III so simple that every fain
    steadily decreasing there still are gambling concession moved In Ifere each year as principal la reduced. I members runs into great ume.- should avail himself of the oppo
    him
    should have learned to leave alone by
    bandits. They, who will for the Industrial News Review. .
    many stop anyone and act upon-the lot In back of a By paying cash cooperative tunlty.ALMNEJITJ
    now. whom they think "looks all right." new building C on Call Street and

    a It I la hard to pass by a man or wo no one was the wiser since the

    thinks the man trudging along steaming,,hot. view of the carnival grounds was
    An old-fashioned mother is the one who
    road under a blistering sun and obscured.
    house is on fire when she sees smoke coming out of the bath- many drivers cannot help but picture almost totally SEE
    A'hasty check-up Monday nightat RT
    themselves in the hiker's I I THESE HOW
    room. shoes. 11 o'clock'revealed one couple FOOTPRINTSGoodyear' I I
    a tcolored) on the ferris wheel, three
    r'
    However as long as atrocities These tread foot-
    |i'| A nude American dancer was fined $3.30 for shocking such as the one near Plant City kids were on the merrygoroundand prints made by"G-3"

    Paris. Evidently no .great value is set upon the feelings of a, continue can expect to be reported little consideration, hitchhikers anything the Tlit much-a-Whirl but furnishing wasn't doing mu- / 1 I 1 mileages tires-after.hown-the long

    Parisian. sic. A small group stood in the prove there's still
    at the hands of the careful motorist. -
    middle of the grounds looking ai lots o'non-skidleftin
    o ., '
    i If they were waiting to be amused.'Business these treads for thousands
    hifh ,
    c ,reputation
    A three-year-old boy is reported to have gained two -o- ---- boas better in Lake more milei of
    'Some : know gain that much DONT TRY IT quality doesn't moan GoedyearTireicoil safety.<<
    \ pounds thirty-six hours. we After going through some such Butler the man with the canvas
    cover said.'They're more money-it mean you get
    after each meal.. silly business aa taking a spinach
    going to stick out the more value. at competitive prices.
    bath or living on a vegetable diet r
    for several days, a young and beautiful week, however. It sands to reason that Goodyear,-world'.
    contest won by a man.
    A recent diaper changing was
    New York dancer allowed largest tire> maker, can Civ* you greater
    Don'ttell us that the wrong hand has been rocking the cradle. herself (so she says) to be bitten Grandpa's) Dish value per dollar. Detective Faurot's InTestltation -
    '
    Thin week' item for the bright proved It-verified that Good,... *
    by a Florida rattlesnake without
    k all these years. suffering ill effects. sayings of Children departmentcomes treat 'IC-3" pamied.U.asmore 11.450.IVn
    any
    r 0t to us by a circuitous route. mile*,at lowttt corr lad**A.t V.n.mM
    There I* little doubt about the
    Some people 'are'so suspicious that they think a forecast young lady taking the spinach A small lad.who takes things he SEE' EVIDENCE :HERE

    of a hard ,winter is merely propaganda put out by the 'I' bath for the newspaper were full hear quite while literally the had listened Let. us show you actual: footprint records of,
    attentively of
    'of her picture while she was Im grown-ups .0-3.." on your neighbor car cold
    4 state of Florida. mersed in this strange concoction, the family discussed the recent extraction turkey evidence that you'll get better than

    a ; but whether or not she wa bitten of his grandfather's teeth 41.% tONMI NON-MI MUM AT NO OTU com
    of the Universe that I the snake la matter for and substitution therefor of an
    Einstein, in his new theory says by a spec. '

    Is two sheets. Trying to figure the idea out makes us ulation. She held her hand near upper' plate.
    pace the reptile and says its fang were One day the little boy caught bin tO.OM.4lM..
    t: .feel like crawling between them and going to sleep. sunk into her flesh but It 1* well grandfather with the plate ou't of a.r.p.tAnW W M. WIIU:

    1'1 0' to remember that the hand 1* his mouth. The lad was puzzled. GsIub' O.

    'An exchange'says that the Townsend old age plan neglects quicker than the eye. "Grandpa.' did you swallow your II
    The whole thing smacks of a little dishT" he asked.
    i,x some of the sadder cases. It utterly overlooks the publicity stunt Most such effort' I 0I.

    '( child film star who is washed up at the age of seven. to gain free advertising in the W" Doubt It I. a /

    k, 0' newspaper are merely amusing II Someone la taking a personal Interest I I
    ,
    never harmful. However. If some la u. gads' This time a I
    L> Charles Curtis says that anyone of twenty Republicans gullible soul should read of this personable' tidy has favored us "'

    p# 'eould beat Roosevelt in 1936. We wouldn't believe him even dancer' exploit and allow a rattlesnake with a'' circular advertising a PATHFINDER ASaMTwr;
    could beat Roosevelt. to bit. him simply becausehe course of lesson that are guaranteed -
    ft if he said that all twenty put together SPEEDWAY
    had eaten a few home-grown .to teach one how to say the A real Goodyear
    \;\ j. vegetables the result might b. proper word at the proper time. Z 5 -with all latest Geau'1a. : .! .

    y-f Students at the University of Boston are being given a something la the nature of suicide "You can carry on a conversation $5. feature.Crater. ....- L. _

    '"' course of Instruction on divorce. We're inclined to ,think Don't try It.PRKMATITRK. With Einstein or Bernard Shaw If '\ CL.' traction safety<<.. sty at 'eo.I-S4g5'' ; c
    ,,
    .. .
    you follow our Instructions," the tr.* Supertwbt : Rrle* .
    1 that too many of them will find out about it soon enough BIRTHIn circular modestly remarks. WITH AAUOWANU. Cord body;, -"* .
    LIMI."u... AU '' rubber.!>> Thlcl WITH YOUR .....
    new rubber. ....n.
    r4 a recent address F. W. Peck Somehow we have little faith In
    anyway
    : a Cooperative Bank 'Commissioner such things. We doubt that anyone .itize.bmanl nott-Jl SupertwIstCotdbkrwout tread., 'OLD MRS .... ............. e...-

    observed that not all farm cooper can tell you the right thing to 4.40-14 highest priced psatecs.s.er lr...+! CoIoo
    44'I: .Congressmen feel sorry for themselves because, they ,other live to a ripe and successful say when you upset a bowl of hot $ .os tire. Used byAthrifq: ply. '

    A: have to stay in Washington all summer to pass a tax bill. old age. soup la your neighbor's lap or millions. '." $4'0

    1'1, They should think of the fellows who'll hare to work all,win- Some of them suffer from,"pre when you run down certain per- 4.10-I1 IN PROPOh N JJ.4.i"tr'' '5'
    mature birth'" caused by overconfidence son only to find that you are
    ter to'pay It. Inadequate capital talking to his second<< cousin by $65 DON'TBioouo : 55- .
    .
    ;.' '* .,.e.sek..........It.A -
    o- failure to fill a real need of producers marriage. Such Incident cannot 415:1. EASY
    p/e.l pre aess.BWT NO TIKES Mtll...
    / President' Roosevelt will spend '400 million dollars for poor market connections, b* anticipated and It.seems to us $ .051 a. tWOS see' .TW
    w MOM .,
    QUALITY Goody. tiwe.ea
    lack of of they are without the of 7. '
    understanding
    successful scope a 55'--
    ; good roads leading from the farmer's front gate,to the mar- ,.-T1IJIu..WbNay-oau.ar ; .
    buslrfes methods, and a weakness mere course of conversational les
    ket. Perhaps this heralds the beginning of an era when. farm for making great promisesthat sons. TERMS

    ; ing will once more be a profitable industry. I cannot b* fulfilled. These cooperatives Then too there is always the Yee bet sy'n. 0.......... a..asst*.*
    o die young. chance of becoming confused and reel ..*.... amt,_refe.a-I" weiNna
    This. simply emphasizes a fact Instead of simply apologizing! for 1'rIce..ubi.cttechangewithout_
    tIce. State odes additional IRegister
    S A" young CCC worker was returned to his North Carolina that should be more) widely known the spilled soup you might launch

    home because he was suffering from "acute nostalgia," -that cooperative marketing Isn't Into a discussion of the binomial AS A

    which simply means homesickness. His mother'threatenedto a form of magic. You can organise theoram. A person might easily Motor Co. w51cwSTA
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