Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02549
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FARM AGENT theremometer displayed its Gross postal receipts at the local OPEN MONDAY It la likely that three more
pole vaulting: ability In this section -
I post office for the first six meetings will be necessary before
of I
Florida when it leaped to I months, ending June 30 1936, show the Starke teaching faculty will beSupt I

McLain la To ninety-seven degrees early in the an Increase of more than twelve announc A J. Griffls --
i said
/ A. week, dropping a little Wednesday, | Register Alvarez and per cent as compared with the One Of Best Terms yesterday It was agreed last : I:. F. Clarke Issues

Serve Bradford send but rising local residents against Thursday back under to Miss Andrews first six months of 1935, It was Yet Is Expected I year, he said, that the trustees and Statement of Plant's :
by Postmaster Fred F the school board would hold a joint
County electric fans. Frequent trips to Transferred Stump yesterday The figures, re- I meeting before the trustees meet Service S

Kingsley Lake to escape the extreme leased were: Receipts for first six to make their recommendation

ASSUME DUTIES I temperature became the order FOUR PROJECTS STILL months of 1933, $3.631.20 as com- I The third meeting will be held for
of the day.Fortunately INCOME HAS AIDED'
JULY 16TH. I pared with the first six months of I the board to receive the trustees'list
BOUT the City Council IN COUNTYWith 1936 $4,120'19.' FINANCIAL CONDITION j of names CITY IN DEPRESSION. I

has Just reduced the electric rate, $ .999 worth of orders When -
money questioned week, L. yr
Announcement that J. A. Meln allowing Starkeites considerablymore ford only four projects in Brad I weer Issued during the first six Vacation days will become halted I D. Green' chairman of the trustees, A ten percent discount on electric 5

formerly with the Extension fan revolutions per dollar County active, and a transferof months of 1936, according to Postmaster and class room activities will was In doubt about the joint meetIng light/ bills If paid by the seventh

dvice In Gainesville, had Men I than heretofore. effective three of the office personnel Stump statement. become a reality for approximately I of the school board and the day of each month was announced w

tired as farm agent for Bradford Florida could consider Itself fortunate ford Monday, July 13 Brad- I .Ix hundred pupils of nine schools trustees, but stated that the trustees by the City Council following

panty was made following ameting I however considering the this week went Into the Jacksonville In Bradford County Monday, July would probably meet thla I /: its Tuesday night meeting.

of the Board of County drought and suffering that is going District of the Works Progress PROFFERED 13. week to make their recommenda Except for the discount the rate

CommiHsIoners here Monday. The on In other parts of the coun two Administration along with I I Superintendent A. J, Griffin, yesterday I tlons. I will remain the same; eleven cents

tIfI agent will assume his duties try. News dispatches from Chicago Gainesville other counties formerly In the said that all the schools In At the Monday meeting, the for the first fifty kilowatt hours; a t

aboUt July 16.Employment. ;yesterday stated that upwardsof UnIon. District.-Alachua and For Best the county are scheduled to open school board, upon recommendation eight cent for the second fifty;

of Mr. McLain folio 100 deaths from heat and Monday with the exception of the of the Lawtey trustees, appointed nix cents for all over 100 and five .

** a period of more than a year drownlngs occurred Wednesday as I The projects that are employ- I local high school[, and Brooker and Miss Lilly McRae as cents for all over 200'

luring which this county has done : record breaking temperatures sizzled tag about twenty persona alto BALEJMTON Hampton junior highs. They will Fourth Grade teacher In the Law-I In the future light bills must be

without the service of a farm east to the Atlantic Seaboard I gether, are: Court house project begin their annual 1936-37 terms I tey school The action of the I pall to City Clerk Carl Johns at

agent or a home demonstration Total deaths from the heat wave Sewing center for women Educational July 27. board In hiring Mrs F. D. Hawkinsfor i a the city hall and the practice of
number from 300 to 400 I project and archives. Thewomen's In a statement this week the | having the plant
THREE superintendent
agent. However, L. T. Dyer, I persons. AWARDS TO RE I I this position was rescinded on
Union County agent, often gave his sewing project employs GIVEN OF $50 Superintendent declared: "I believe 11 I he grounds that she had not been collect bills will be stopped. If '
the largest number of workers.O. that Bradford County will I recommended the bills are not paid by fifteenth day '
ervfces gratia whenever he couldbe $30 AND $20 by Lawtey trustee a
GREEN WON'TEnter C have one of the best terms of of each month service will be dis
of assistance to Bradford farm- I Register, for the past two .
school that it has had In
va Services of the farm and years employed with the FERA and Bradford County cotton Is lookIng many continued. .
WPA In Bradford County fine at this' years, all indications point in that R. F. Clark superintendent of
tome demonstration agents here Senatorial recently stag of the game direction." +{
sere dispensed with for economical however project engineer for Bradford and so far not a single boll weevil "The county, the superintendent CANDIDATES' the plant, this week made the following f d
continued "Is Inthe
reasons Union Columbia and Alachua has shown ltd tirfty head accordingto statement regarding the ,
best financial condition since I begun
However, present conditions, PRIMARY Counties, will be tranawerred to all reports hat have been heard I new rate and the service of the
In office. All teachers and bus- FinalSTATEMENTS
with the revival of the cotton Industry Orlando.next Monday, It was an- |from growers of this section who drivers have been paid in full for I plant to the community:

here and the bope of establishing nounced :yesterday at his office are trying this crop this season. their past service, aad we face the I "It Is Interesting: to know thai
here I Plants ate now two and three i our plant i
a farmers' market, made future terms with extreme enthus earning In recent depression !-
K seem wise to employ a farm DECLINES TO RUN Miss Leila Dea Andrews, who feet high and\indication* are that iasm." years have been the

pot again.It AFTER HIS RECENT has been connected for the past the crop: will be ready for picking I I means of saving our city from financial : ;

was also stated at this meet- NOMINATION seventeen months with the Works about the middle of August. Those Most of the teachers have attended distress. With taxes uncertain u

teg that the oommiaaloners would Progress Administration as secre- who are supposed to know are summer schools to Improve 22 LIST EXPENSE and many not paid the city o

met as a board of,equalizers at In answer to) the many rumors tary to Mr. Register will also be in very optimistic over the price out- their certificates and this naturally ACCOUNTS WITH would have been. unable to meet its S
that he was a possible contestant the transfer look and expect to from twen brings about a better service to the obligations without '
o'clock this morning: (Friday). that Includes Leon Alvarez get CLERK plant revenue. "
The American Seating Co was In the special Senatorial primary I foreman of WPA trucks in ty-five to thirty-five cents a poundfor schools) In which they teach. Griffls I Homestead exemption reduced city l

authorized to equip the county August 11, when successors to the the counties. They will all leave lint. went on to say The following candidates'; after tax Income about $2,000 a year. '

courtroom: with 431 chairs at $4.00 late Senators Fletcher and Tram- Sunday. It was announced this week thata primary statements filed after the; "During' the past four years '

neb and thirty-one chairs with melt will be named yesterday Lex: Jobs for the Jobless remains the price of $30 will be given for the SENATORIAL second Democratic primary June Starke has paid up $28,000 In bonded } t

box spring seats at (8.50 each. Green, nominated to succeed him- chief objectives of the Works Progress best bale of cotton put up In this PRIMARYWILL 23. have been released from ClerkA debt and at the present time .Isj

The same company was also,authorized self as congressman In the second Administration la Bradford section and additional prizes of J. Thomas' office. These figures meeting demands of Its creditors.

to furnish other necessary! district declared that he had de County and remain Florida, when $30 and $20 will be given for the BE SUBJECTEDTO represent total expense In the There are no big or new expenditures -

equipment such as the Judge's desk dined the numerous solicitations It began its second :year of legal second and third best bales. Each SUPREME COURT first and second primary but can- ahead and continuing the

chair, etc., at a cost not to exceed of friends and political leaders existence, July 1. grower will receive an announcement TESTTALLAfASSEESecretary didates eliminated In the first primary present careful handling of city affairs

lieOOO. The- board agreed to sell from all parts of the state, and I E. A. and details concerning these I were not required to file fur- with gradual retirement of } ,
State Administrator
Pynchoi, 1.
a of the old seats formerly Used would not be a candidate.In with prizes at a late" date. > of : ther statement Therefore figure old debts In a few years our city

In the court room to the Methodist the, course of the statement tightened throughout t operating Florida's machinery six Bradford County has, an estimated State Gray asked Attorney General are not given for every candidate. will be able to.reduce taxes mate j

Church of Starke for fifty cents Green declared, "I am more than total>of from 200 to 250 acres Landis this week whether qualifying For sheriff A O. Andreu. dally ,
ty-six: other counties and ,
nch grateful for the solicitation of many of cotton this year and It will not fees should be accepted $22 .23. Nelson T. Green $172.83. :
"At first 'A'b'
declared electric
new policies effect lights were all '
The clerk instructed to friends to become a senatorial can- yes- be many weeks before the familiar from candidates for United States and Miller L. Johns. $182.21.
was the plant had to
purchase terday: supply but .
sixteen ballot boxes to be didate, but I cannot under the circumstances scenes of harvesting time will senator In the special Democratic For county Judge: K K Perry- day demand. Includes present ,
"The tightening process of theWPA's again be witnessed! In this It 10320. power
used In the senatorial and as I was re-nomi area. primaries. man for
special primaries many appliances around the
nated by the people to again repre- work machinery was accomplished Is the first time that any considerable For representative: Fred Hazen,
In August and September That laid before the attorney home and shop and our day load i* '
mainly by the elimIna- of cotton has been 8830.
sent the Second Congressional dis- acreage
A from general virtually the whole ,
request came citizens to
question stepping up where It soon
o(the Graham section asking thatAlbert trict in Congress, I feel that I tion of two of the nine districts planted since war time. of whether the primaries are For senator: Charley E. Johns, equal the night load. may
should which have, been operated in the $201.24 M. J. .
Willis be examined to hisamty. serve there longer. legal and may be conducted with ; Sapp $43 50
past, by merging of the twenty ANNEXNEARLY funds.If Clerk of Circuit Court: A. J. "Few citizen realize what our
matter was referred public fine system of street E ?4 c
counties Involved with the remaining Thomas, $211.19.Superintendent. lighting
to the. county Judge for investigation FARM MARKET districts, and by adjustments FINISHED Landla rules the fees cannotbe : of Public Instruction means and that there Is no direct t t

la personnel designed to Increase accepted lawyers were preparedto : A. J. Or Iff Is. $230.25.: cost to residents j for It. When, '
board authorized an additional 'ONLY FINISHING TOUCH start Supreme court action In
the efficiency, of the organization.' an and Barney McRae. 13396. they complain about high light
$8,000 fire Insurance on the "New policies effective now Include NEEDD! -FOR'$32,000ADDITION effort to require acceptance, put- Tax: collector Carl rate they do not atop to think that

court house, because of the new MEN'S CLUB the requirement that eacbspon.or ting whole question before the judiciary $249:. Knight, they are doing their bit toward
tddttlon. and $1,000 additional STILL PUSHING .
onnwiture street lighting. .
sect fixtures. PROJECT must contribute at least Aftera duration'orelght months, Tax assessor: E. W Hayes,
Clerks and twenty pet: cent of each project's with many delays In ,Its.;fight to Only former Governor Doyle E. $18061, and L II. Hill 26386. "Consider the absence of one p
pint inspector of the That a central farmers' market total coat, and 'strict adherence. become a reality the new $32,000 Carlton of Tampa has tendered the Other District Candidate light when It I Ia out, and then think|

,Ilea< plus Primary were.allowed $5.OO .la the project uppermost In the the 1396 coat per man year max|- annex ta. the '"'Bradford .County $300 qualifying fee to the secretary County Commissioner District 1, of our neighboring town that have t .
,bteatt.'and for cents for each bal- minds of Starke merchants was ev- fum. This sum include $440 for court house will be completed on or of,state.. Claude Pepper of Tallahassee J. M.. Rosier. $13.10. not had lights for ,years, simply j "

ry they the Second Prta idenced by the fact that thIs sub- labor aad $166 for materials"By before July 13, It was announced was expected to offer his County Commissioner District 2, because they sold out their plant i I

plus one-half were cent allowed $ .OO each ject was discussed to the exclusionof discontinuing district officesat this week by the supervisor of the fee today. r_. L. Conner, $20.33.Commlsaloner Street light for Stark at five ; '
bal- .all others at the Business Men's Gainesville and West Palm I project, S. E. Brewer. Carlton seeks nomination as sues District 3, Mallory cents per kilowatt hour would coat

The Club meeting Monday.A Beach the Florida WPA obviously The seven room addition which cessor to the late Senator Park Thomas, $18.10.Commissioner. on an average of $230 per month ,i

,ttunty drawing Judge's of Jurors for the committee from the club visited Intends to slash administrative expenses brings the local courthouse up to Trammell of Lake....... Pepper la District 4. H. V. or $3.000 per year. It Is quite un. 4

POlled until Jury. box was post markets at Sanford and Palatka for the purpose of making a standard with and even above a candidate for the unexpired term Saxon, $15.10.Member: likely that Starke would be able to ,

today.STATE durIng' the week-end and a reportof additional funds available for many others In the state, has been of the late' Senator Duncan U. School Board District afford street lighting if It did not \ I
of and Fletcher of Jacksonville. 2, W. C. Manning $14.23. have a municipal plant." .' r 1.
PRISON their finding was listened to attentively wages and for the operation completed a few minor touch I

by the club membera.I I projects. es, that of light fixtures and painting Member School Board, District t,

GETS FEDERAL AID As soon a. .U is teamed how. This Is In keeping with tke planto is all that remains incomplete. ONE HURT IN 3, E. J. Lewis $17.23.: RITZ TO PRESENT ;Il; r

much'mOBey this county will get pay prevailing wage to pro- Plumbing for the building has already Member School Board, District 3,

BUILDING CONSTRUCTED from the new WPA allotment, a; ject workers, which will result In been Installed. JULY 4 WRECK Stafford L. Crew, $20.75. 'THINGS TO COME' 1t'r'; fl

COSTS MORE THAN concerted effort will be made to Increases for many and for some Five men are regularly employed Bond Triuiee Districts 1, 2./3. 4, '

i $300,000Inprov.mesb establish a farmer's market here i workers, shorter hours. now on the project giving the SANFORD WOMAN INJURED and S represented by W. E. Torode AN H. O. WELLS MASTERPIECE I''
/ the the Wall. T. N. Kendrick. Lacy ,,
I building finishing tout-be
at the State Prl- The new prevailing wage scale IIBR: AUTOMOBILE I ( r
Wynn and: H. P. Gainey respective ,
'i '
"0 Supervisor ot WOI'ks.lei.. .
ia Pacm costing a total of $300.- Mr*. W. T. McGuire provides rates) per month ranging ly filed no expense on their statement i
102, at which from minimum of $21 to a maxi During the cotwtroetldn of the Mrs. Sallie Balentlne If have
of wondered
a {
$137.296 wu a lift OJaa. you ever what :j '
of the because
Mrs. W. T. McGuire wife they were not required -
Mr. Brewer declared that
{I'Y the Federal Government will I mum of $73 with Increases in I,I annex Florida, was Injured In an automobile kind of world people will be living '
relieve Rev. W. T. McGuire, Of Hampton approximately eighteen men had to pay for qualification/ 'I,
I to some ext.nt'the crowd- many,classifications. I accident about a mile north of In 1,000 years from now you will ( 4
there Satur since
'Id died at their, home b@_ ateadUy amnlnvrd nee month I no compensation Is realized "
COIIdltlou 10 1h penA1 to8tltu- ---"- Starke, on State Road 13. Saturday I be Interested .M Mclag "Things to I :'
,tIoa day. She became seriously ill while i rtb.-pu'.; ;; from the office. ,
Walter eight months.' night, when the. In which I Come,"' H. O. Well''. ,
car amazing i'1'' ) .
HawkJaa. State dlree- prediction .,
; : R. McGuire MEN Justice f
tor visiting her son, A. ;, STARKE The of the Peace, District 1,.
of : i complete annex contains the
; tile Natloa.a1 she was riding was Mruck bead- Durham of the future which will r n 'Jt";; ,, J ;
Emergency an employee of the Simpson Tire G. W n.l2. t
CGuaclI following room double
e Bald. LED DELEGATIONBOTH offc| on.by a Ford convoy driven by E. show alibi RIta Theatre Sunday m ,
and Justice Z
Jacksonville of the
Company of was Pence District 8.
i" rooms for the Clerk of double
Tlarougb the Court L. Fillmon., of Jacksonville Mrs. and Monday.'l.
Public. Work Ad- i ;'f 'J
ambu- T. M. ffod "F
returned to her home In an office for the e, NODe '
i IIIIIIlIttatloa SPOKE JULY FOURTHAT Superintendent Bessie This film L
Director Hawkins Lipton wbo waa also in the Supervisor of depict the world ID' ,
i tile Sut received lance.. DAYTONA BEACHCELEBRATION of. Public Instruction: two new automobile was uninjured The Registration. Harold 2036 when our present civilisationha 44 .1 I
i.k the rant C Wall. 1020. ::
the Federal GovernmeDt( to Funeral services were held Sun-, vaults and four rest,room down- couple was returning from Greensboro been destroyed by the next '. ,*

llelp pay the coat of the Improve.. day from the Christian Church In S. Matthews chairman of the stair The upper stain of the N. C., to DeLand. C war. Cities will be under ground .;7
.bte Starke and Interment was In the E. court house addition consists[ of a SENTENCECOMMUTED ':
Sheriff O. flooded with
r being A. Andreu. this week artificial sunshine and
carried and
out at the prlGETS- State Road No. 28 Association:
loll. Crosby'Cemetery., The Rev. A. B. large court room forty-five by six '
R. A. Green, both said that according to witnesses conditioned; houses will be ,
Robinson, of the First Christian Representative Starke speakers ty-nine feet Jury room, witness the Ford convoy driven by Fill- made of glass; wdzt-radioe aad 'I"'I"air r i, +
of principal
IC. L' FATTEN Chiirch Ja Jacksonville, offlclated. Beach celebrationof room and an extra office space for moD, attempted to pass a large television seta will be a fact and ris
In addition to her husband and at the Daytona Circuit Judge A Z. Adkins. 'truck PARDON BOARD ERRS IN human '
of this important and trailer, and the approaching beings will be shot to the "r: ; ,
APPOINTMENT son in Jacksonville, she Is survived the opening It wa stated thla week that the car which carried Mrs ANNOUNCING ANDREWS'PAROLE moon from a "space gun"
4th. t"r
by another son Albert of Or- highway on July county had contributed to the REVOKED Tuesday and !t ''
f: WILL' A huge motorcade beginning at Ballentuie and Mrs. Lipton was Wednesday will kj
f SERVE lando and two granddaughters!! also court house project approximately bring "Bride I
a, R. FLORIDA Lake City and picking up cars at too close for the Fillmon vehicle to Through.. error In a statementto Are Like That" with
i I! COMMISSION AS of Orlando. Heights Palatka $3,100. pass. the Associated Press. by the Ron Alexander and Anita Louise. j',, 'i
Starke Keystone
SECRETARY Mrs McGuire will be missed State Pardoning Board It and next Thursday and Friday /fJ! !,t
and Bunnell. was ushered into The driver of the convoy swung was ,
4! C. L. greatly the community and especially -Show At Theressa stated In last week' "The Unguarded Hour" with Loretta -
motorcycle patrol to extreme left of the pave- Telegraph f
J"atten' Daytona' by a
I waev young Stark. atilmarJ"V'1.t I among the members of attracting attention and helpingto : The WPA Educational Class at ment and struck the right wheel of that the parole of Carl Andrews Young and Franchot Tone !f ;

,..:: ..7 > week Florida appointed her church here and at Hampton. advertise Road 23 to the thousands I Th *essa will present a play at the automobile In which the ladle I had been revoked at the request of will be shown.
I t '.Q Commission of people at the beach. the school house Friday night rode, wrecking the vehicle and Sheriff W. S. Brannen Jr., of .- ,)

1 au.j OffiCially aaaumed la Tallaha.- l'I.F. Brown Opens Office\ The new road cuts the distance called "The Country Minister." Admission throwing Mr*. Ballentlne againstthe Union County More School Money \ tr
bet his due.
I will be five and ten cents. Records show
. Dlon4a windshield cutting her beadaerlou.sly. however, that Andrews' -
' The vacancy was Marcus F. Brown, former resident from Lake City to Daytona by The coffers of the Bradford ,},_ ,
by the than thirty mile She was taken to the sentence was commuted County School Board were boosted\ ,+
reall'D8t1on of Lewis and Starke who more drl
of Lawtey Finish Cleaning ParkThe 13, 1933 to five t
May which
home and '
Ii OIllP801a nursing was remov- years '* .
Ia to become Kw In Tampafor recently By a $1.30603 appropria- ; : .
supervisor has been practicing
thJa atate for Woman's Club has completed ed to her home, accompanied by time he had served. It i.I understood Lion from Tallahassee which
this wa
'"' tbe Federal BuI -., the past thirteen years, Bonds Retired
'I City
of the Board
and Mr. Ballentine, Wednesday. An
Motor Carrier Its recent clean up program received July 2 to b* applied on the ,
Cai:. Patten, a graduate week opened for general by practiceIn the lateA. \ The City Council at Its meeting has many good results to show for Insurance claim adjuster here wired Sheriff Brannen of the error fiscal year 1933-36 a* of June 3O. } k
of the office occupied
I the TI1-. viewed the wreck and soon after It released. the statement
PbceinatY of Florida. Brown la well- Tuesday night retired J3.00O worthof its efforts. The biggest Improvement *day. Supt. A. J. Grlffla said this week j "
had pray S. Crews. Mr. Ballentine said that the matter will that the parole had been revoked -
here for the much of bonds, also paying the interest.A perhaps was In the city The allocation which wa from,!
PMt three known here having .
I baa of worth of park which now presents a epic be settled out of courts. several sources of r.vepue. wa
!So Nei'' made Bradford County. At balance $92,000 ap-{
many Wend his life In .
I and after having Several other minor accidents piled on the fiscal 1
ple8lled to and his fam- bonds for light plant enlargement, span appearance year budget8te.im.ihlp !
I 'PI>oi mea to learn bls the present time he and street Improvement truck load after truck load of debris occurred around here over the Only 133.OOO alien may be admitted -
P< this Lake but they sewage system '
tloa I responsible ily are at Klngsley remains unpaid. hauled out of It. Fourth. I annually, to_the U.. 8. travel Is safest.
I I'c will move In town In the fall. .

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; HAMPTON SAXTON BROOKER LA WTEY; All of his political positions until house members are thirty or leas; IN TRIP niti'll'-; '

have been the honorary or many senators are comparatively PORn (OltTrfelaT"
..1.. Ada NI__..-I C.r...._.... ..... W. A. Tiler. C.rrM.*..M. Miss Verat' aaJaey Correspond O. J. rkllllp. C.rr*._..*.. now hard working ones with little or no young.' The professional politician o. W CNA11'ENY BIIII. Plphtp I 1
4 Mr. and Mrs C. G. Fleming, of attacHed. His record has been and the lawyer-politician la not p
The Rev. C. E. Cutshaw will Mr and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and Road Thirteen DaMe CompletedThe pay Ys.Pialnr

d preach at the Baptist Church next Miami, left Sunday after a visit children and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. J. P. Campbell Construction long sound, honorable. nearly so prominent. on the rosteras Louie Alene. R.III,j, '". x0
here with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie When the field of candidates for formerly. Defendant" xLottie 5:4:
Sunday morning and night. Mints, and baby of Jacksonville Company last week completed laying 0.:1t 0hp,5!
Mr. and Mra. Ruel Pitts and Tyler.W. spent the holidays here as guests of the base for the paving of Governor began to approach the \OTIC k: Pt IIUr""
i i daughter Miss Elizabeth of Jacksonville R. Swanbom of Ft. Myers, of their parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Road Thirteen here and will shortly fourteen mark wiseacres began to When a dog barks, he holds his To THE STATIo: rr} 'I.II1D".A'APp 611.

;' ;:, were guests of Miss Ada spent the week-end here with his R. Galney. finish this Important stretchof whisper that a dark horse would head high, leaving his throat ex. I J'k':;:; r!Mlle! "' 'whidonee ;

R, ,\ ; Nlmmo and Mrs W. P. Birt last family.C. Miss Mildred Mott spent last road. win. Cone proved to be that dark It I. hereby "..rdered
posed. When he growls, he lowershis required
i C. and Winton Sumner made to that
\ '' Given chance by any app.n, Ta
Sunday. horse. no '
.t week-end In Gainesville with Miss D. o
I -T- bead, for a growl means Impending l93betor. ''hI', abia '
10' business trip to Jacksonville lastweek. o, "
W who has been for observers to win In the court to
i ) Croft several Madeline Hazen who la a student Appoint City Attorney political the II I I ,r ,
attack and the vulnerable
against "
1 ; years In the U. S. Navy Is at the of Florida.A first primary he came forward you m. the "UmDt',::
1.1 ; I University T. Frank Laodrum, of Starke throat is by the sinkingof cau. ; .bC, 1111
; visiting friends and relatives here O. T. Nelson made a business rush the last ten days of guarded raph fen hrrB.4iJfdeal
ilt large crowd from here at- waa appointed city attorney for with a Coun".i.
t I rr'I"' this week. trip to Lawtey Saturday. tended the Townsend picnic at the city of Lawtey. Monday eve that primary to nose out SenatorW. the head. duly thl. Order l1ualltJpd ".......7x...e loth:
.}' .. / Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown accompanied Mrs. Jean Fleming, of Miami, 371 for runner --.- IIhal"I \
1 Worthington Spring; Saturday.Mr. ning at a regular meeting of the C. Hodges by votes week for tour l'Ubllt"... "'"
\4' IS\ 0 J,o ; ,; by Miss Keith Birt all of spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs and Mrs. A. D. Crosby of City Council. The tax collector was up. Petteway, his opponent, DIVIDEND JSOTJCE thl.Wltn.MII Court on) hand.n..CUII.'nd lho. "..,n..

i; ; \ Gainesville were the guests of Mrs. W. A. Tyler Yukon and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Instructed to prepare the advertised had on his side the prestige of being The Board of Directors of the. Both day ot al JUII."ilarke ':

; W P. Blrl last Sunday.Mrs. O. L. Brown of Double-run was Futch of Lawtey, spent Sunday list for 1935 unpaid taxes. head man; youth, an honorable American Fire and Casualty Com-' (SEAL) 00 Ildla

Mattie Anna Ward left last a visitor here Friday afternoon.Mr. here as guests of their parents, record; residence In South Florida pany at a, meeting held tn the A.A..I 1'1.1 cRgfA9, .
'1 and Mrs. W. M.. Norman and ""f CI
i Sunday for Jacksonville, where she Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. Remodeling; Building where the bulk of the votes are. Company's office Orlando, Flor- .

ll will spend the week with her Children of Rising spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs L. R. Waters and I J. T. Reddish la busily engaged 0 But In the last few days of the ida, Saturday June :27, 1936, de- Altorn.y.( &BR\ICHTmnyE to, :;1 '
with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sumner.MtarlingHutaon PI.in'lf'
daughter, Mrs. B. Hayes. children of Alachua were visiting this week in repairing and remodeling campaign the Boys-wlth-their- clared a dividend of sixty cents 7-1-5t.7-31 '

;''V Mrs and Mrs. E. C. Morris and friends here Sunday afternoon. his home on Road Thirteen ears-the-ground knew Cone was (goo) per share on the common

daughter Eurneatine, of SouthFlorida Miss Ruby Hutson of this section Mr and Mrs. Paul Stewart of here. "In" and the band wagon stampedetook stock of the Corporation payable' No'rICF: OF tPPIJrtTI ,

i' are the guests of Mrs.Morrie' and Mr. Buck Starling of Gainesville, spent Saturday here place. Petteway carried the on the twentieth day of July, 1936 FOR.. DECU '

father B. Y. Saxon. Hellbronn Springs were quietly with their parents Mr. and Mrs. School Opening; lower East Coast and the Tampa to stockholders of record at the NOTIC1i 11:1: HEREBY GI't'tN

married in the presence of a few E. T. Stewart and the Rev. and The Lawtey Junior High School Bay area by a narrow majority close of business the thirtieth day Hal irate J.dwardll.:No. 51. teeued holder. 0' Tax:c.";;

I ; Birthday Party friends' Friday night Their many Mrs. G. E. McGauley. opened for Its 1936-37 term Mon- largely due to a heavy vote in of June, 19S6. JUly, A. D. t92:, Ears the Ind.d&J.

;t! o 1 Mrs. Henry Saxon entertained friends wish them happiness. H. B. Conerly of Okeechobee, day, with Prof. Bryant Beasley of Dade. Cone swept the rest of the George S. Bradahaw, Treasurer. for a oft tliX Ice depd and h.' .,. .node. 11I.4.eppllpti'.. .

I v t with a delightful birthday party .- jpent last week-end here as guest Starke as principal with a record state. Said certificate ) '..u,<4 Ih

Monday afternoon In honor of of his mother, Mra. A. B. BUT- enrollment. Neither had an outstanding I plat- TRAIN SCHEDULE lowing described. proprotrtppl,
h I Ittaaea Lucile and Mable Green. GRAHAM and other friends and rela- ._ I County of !Stale
rency, turn umy muu auugiug woo ,.." Our schedule changes Sunday Ida. to.wlt: ot'l
Many pretty and useful gifts were Mr. ... C. SMtltbu Correspondent tives. New Arrival desperate effort of each to prove April 26, and trains will run as follows All EIV of NW .. j E; ,.f: Riverlg

'3 4L received from their young friends. Mrs. Irene ThIgpen and daughterand Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Griffis are that the other was Kosher to Governor : tton 22 East 19 Town.hlp. .11 A, !r. ,I mutt. Rul r

Games were played after which Mrs. Delmar McKinzie, of Hart Miss Canty Oliver, of Palatka, announcing the arrival of a son, Sholtz. Neither could pre SouthboundNo. The asst.men'' ,t 'the
II the hostess assisted by Mra. Della '{iiven, was visiting her parents spent the week-end here with their born Tuesday July 7.Peraonala. sent a convincing story to an impartial 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. sued arty was under In the the Warnei i,'nisienlflgq. '

I d Dyal, and Mrs. W. D. Griffin of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency, Sat- sister,, Mrs. B. F. Hazen. observer. No. 15-Due Starke 3:12: P. M. her Company "fr.Olh'La

Bunnell, served delicious refreshments urday night. The Incoming Governor believesin No. 107-Due Starke 9:12A.M.: redeemed UnleiiH mid i I "rip. -,.? ship

t i of cake- (>okle" and lemonade Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padgett of PINE LEVEL Miss Beatrice Miner, who has simplicity and economy In government NorthboundNo. perty described according tn, ,"to,,,,I Uw will, the bt.,

t } to the following guests: St. Marys Ga., visited relatives Mr*. II. M. McRae, CorrespondentElder been attending summer school at He Is too much of a 2-Due Starke of.::15:5: M. house to the door highest on bidder th rll,1, at 1 the too

I. \ Harvlne Watterson Bessie Horn, here, Sunday.J. the Florida State College for Wo- party man probably to actually do No. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M. .the month of Aug i ujt Mondl', ,

Norma Sweeney Joan Sweeney, A Craves returned Saturday J E. Bowers filled hisregular men, returned to her home here much about It. As far as Cone can No. 108-Due Starke 5:15: P. M. the. am. day lit .lug,, ,",., 'w IYhlth
Dated tills 2nd, ,,
Y' Virginia Dyul Marlon Johns, Mar- from a two weeks visit at Lake appointment here Sunday! last week where she will spend have his way State Government Starke and Wannee Branch (OFFICIAL SRAI.:)Jay t July "'

h jory Manlre Fred Manlre, Eugene 0 Wales, Tampa and WIndermere. evening. her vacation.Mr. will be honest. He will probablylean No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. A. J. THOMAS!

f ? ,r Mead, Ernestine Morrla, Helen Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Fountain Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore were a little toward the creditors No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M. or Clerk Bradford'f ,'"Ir"' i,!Itonrl'"II" Flot!

1' Kalch, Francis Taylor Emery sons, J. W. and Paul of Winder- and Mrs. F. A. Terrell and little transacting business In Jacksonville of south Florida in preference to Dally except Sundays. 7-3-5t-7-81
and Irlne Mew.EVERGREEN.
: Brown mere, were visiting their parents, son spent Saturday at Penney Tuesday. the tax payer. T. J. GRIFFIN.

; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves, and Farms. Miss Martha Wells Is visiting at Only serious worry in the Situ- ftOTICK FOIt'Fti OF APPLffATIOt UK611: :
Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman Lake City this week !1\0Tt ..: TO APPEAR' (..... .
and > < n11a..
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith, Sunday.Mr. ation Is the seventy years that It appearing by 18:11:))
? Mr*. T. A. H..let. Correspondent. and Mrs. Edd Parrlsh and children of Gum Branch and Mr. Mr. and Mrs E M. Bennett who have already rolled over Cone's Hint certain CRUMB affidavit In the flied Circuit In That NOTICE Cleveland IH Puritan HKRrBT

sons, Lem and Dewitt,, of Terrlcea and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and chil- have been visiting relatives in rugged upright head.LEGISLATURENot. Com for 't. Eighth Judicial Circuit In and Tax Certificate N... mS. I ,
1). / 6 Miss Pauline Rosier returned are spending several days with rel- dren |lof Rising were dinner guests Denver Colo., and Chicago 111.. for a II W. Baxter.County Plaintiff Florida enIIU..d. v.. name 7th day In of my July offlci,, AI',.u I 'oj i !1130 Dammit hiif f,,

Saturday after spending several atives.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Sun returned to their home here las gen- Lllllun/ Baxter Defendant .and the plication for a tin 1.1 l bt l',
I months In eration have as many new men relief Houvht being a divorce: that. I thereon. Said a
Ft. Pierce. week. I c<*r'lfl' "ate mbn,
and Mrs. O. O. Graves and day.Mr. been elected to Senate and house .'he Defendant I. a resident of Hor- the following deer t 0.1 d
tat l Iii t : 4' Mrs. J. S. Roeler and granddaughter little daughter, Shirley of Winder- and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish, of is for 1937. In the of eiiBe,.Weontla.. and la over the age the County of Dt,;idr i rJ to N "I ; Clarice Rosier moved to this section. Jacksonville, were visiting here thirty-eight twenty-one yeare. and that there. Florida to-wlt
spent while
1 mere are spending a with member senate nineteen hold over la no person In the State of Florida Begin at North UKT ''
.. i : Sunday with Mrs. Shlpman Sapp. relatives. S. A. Fountain spent the week- Tuesday each term. Failure Meivl I<-" of a *ubp ena Mouth Half of Nntli. Pa'.jrner' Qui c
'' Mrs. Paul Clover and baby of Ft. Mr and Mrs. Roy Roberts and end in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells were to run, death ant would, personally bind. rd''be'f'J; ter of North.W."t Quarter
lefeat at polls removed fifteen of run South 120V.ard.
Pierce are visiting her parents, daughter, Enza, of Orlando are Miss Myrtle Fountain had as visiting In Lake City Monday. the senators whose terms IT IS ORDERED that the Defendant 120'4\ yards. North. IO'Yard W.O
Dir: and Mra J. E. Rosters visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rob guests Sunday afternoon Mr. and N. C. Schaffer of Gainesville expired.The Bill, Lillian Baxter appear to the East IZOfcj" yardi- wglnnlnt
of :
ninety-five house Complaint on the 3rd '
Mr. and Mra. Mrs. O. RUBS Misses Lula and District Deputy Grand Master of members day of Section 29 TOUI'>J.NI I |' Soil 1
? ; Bryant Redding erts. face election each two August, A. U 1936 otherwise a de- Range 23 East and ntalnlni
1 and daughter of the State Farm Mrs. Kate Starling and children Dorothy Jane Tyson and Frank Masons in this district attended a years. rree pro confess will be entered acre more ot leThe <-
Joblsm. senatorial against her for .
ambitions her .
S 'i' spent Monday afternoon with his Onle Mae and Earl are visiting' Fountain of Penney Farms. meeting of Lawtey Masonic Lodge of inclination kept forty-seven, lack of pear..t. allure to ap- erty under assessment the rand, l.r t. I i hi iriutil.side.',

mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding. relatives In Tampa.Mr. F. A. Terrell returned home Tuesday evening. the In further ORDERED' that this ed wan In the nan", \",my Par
.. Paul Glovers of Mr. and :Mrs O. J. and ninety-five from trying. Of the order be published once a week for Unlexs said rrrtitl I ."1. hall be
Ft. Pierce Phillips
nd Mrs. A. A. Armstead, Tuesday after several days visit forty-eight who did four consecutive week In the Bradford 'deemed according t I",. Ian *h. pr'
,\\f spent the week-end with Mr. and' Edd Armstead and Myrttce and : with friends In Tlfton Ga. family returned to their home here made the twenty-eight if County Telegraph, a newspaper erty described then ,I .\till heto '
grade. Result
Is there general
; I Mrs. J. E. Rosier. Mixon Sunday from Miami where circulation published In : the highest bldd i ti the cou'
of they
; Roland
Gainesville I
were Bradford
Mr. and Mrs W. M. Newman will be fifteen new Senators six- County, Florida house door on the' 'IIIK. | Mundij'
rl Miss Louise Rosier visited Mrs. visiting at the home of L. C. Smith, have moved to this section. spent last week. WITNESS my hand, and official the month of Align i !1416 whirl
:r Claude Johns at the State Farm, Sunday. .--- y-seven new house members. Heal of Bald Court this the 1st. day the 3rd day of AIIKIIM, :isu
d Remember prayer meeting Outstanding Is the comparative of July A. D. 1938. Dated thla 24th dt> if .Joh.l, 1
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. every (OFFICIAL, SEAL
D. Rogers, of Winder- GUM ) A. J. THOMAS'
I Mra.' Cohen Peele and baby are mere, who has been visiting rela Sunday night. youth of the new members. Many A. J. THOMAS, Clerk of tin I 'il' "nun
(' Miss. Elizabeth Hurnuge Cor. Cierk of CircuIt Court of Bradford, unij) ) Flat
spending the week with Mr. and tives, returned to her home Sun- 7-3-5t.7-31 7-3-St-T-Sl

Mra. J. Q. Rosier. day.Mr. ents. Mr. and Mrs R. M. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groover, of 101 ...

l I, 'I and Mrs.' AncII Norman of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds of Miami spent the week-end with 231LP BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

Tbe familiar warning "Beware the Rising section, spent the Orlando are visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Mr. and Mrs. J. A Harnage.Mr. .

4 t7 ; of doge" Is found in Phlllpplana 3:2.: Fourth with Mrs. Norman's par- E. Strickland for several days. and Mrs. A. J. Williams, of line of Caskets Undertakers Supplies
Jacksonville spent Saturday with SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp.

t.I Vanlce, Enoch and R. C. Keene, --.-......... .......i 53 PHONE 53
I 'I'. ...... .
a.d .
NEW PERFECTED of Cross City, were visiting Mr. I "11 G. H. BENNETT Mgr.

HYDRAULIC and Mrs. D. I. Knight, Sunday, Nse.i..hptthse M Oa.atyegl.r I "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"OFFER

_ at I IA Mlsees Marguerite and Marie .
: r V '-'/ ....,.,,/_-/ You and your family went safe Sapp are spending this week at
brakes Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. A
on brakes
) 1 your new car-
g that J. Williams.
will give maximum wop-
( a' ping power-brake* that will be Mrs. Leroy Norman and children

ti p s ?\ always equalized always dependable were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J S.
a L -Chevrolet's New
r Sapp Saturday.
> -r-0, Perfected Hydraulic Brakeal Miss Alice Edwards spent Sun
k' "." J! 'i SOLID STEEL one-piece day with Misses Mary and Carla I r 1 1'I
4 t' r,1';. TURRET TOP Mae Faulkner In Vanderbilt sec- t

1 You wane a safe roof over your tion.Miss
head too- Solid Steel one Hazel Sapp spent the week. t

to piece Turret Top. It gives complete end with Miss Hazel Reddish in

: ,; a---. / -.. & overhead protection I.c I. Vanderbilt section.
smarter looking and help ... t
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Shaw and
,,, \ to keep passengers cooler in .....-'...Teas. 11'.. AURVKro OmBHe.4Bouthem Aft FOt1A
and children of the State Farm were need Storiee 1 yea* oirtr A gdautwrl b I year FOB ONLY
summer warmer in winter.;
visiting relatives In thla section Ceuntry Ham..l yar j Country Ham*,I year

j i t r l IMPROVED GLIDING Sunday. AMP Th.Taum THIS laanal.XCWSPJUr-EB yea $1.80 The AND Tees Taurnd. I yea i y
You also want the mater cam fort Good Government
d : and materroad l7ofCJ.ev.
is *w rolet Knee-Action Gliding Under Fred ConeBy ;
f. y- Ride*. bidliotuofKnee-Anion 'f ;:OFFERiVOitr'I'o\ 1 jSfr J aanfayBgMyi Me CAusjiTtj
pf i users will tell you that this lIa the
k r safest and smoothest ride of all. ( WALTER P. FULLER) i StorYiJl frcto? JlETTEAydp

1 t It looks favorable for good gov- THIS NEWSPAPER- sn, FARM

I GENUINE FISHER ernment In Florida for the four < >. .
1\\ NO DRAFTVENTILATION years beginning January 1, 1937. for 1 year and u.

I Fred Preston Cone from Lake City,
.f You'll get a lot of comfort out State's cross roads has been elect- 3 Big Magazines
ril r of this feature, too. It gives ed .
4 I. i rl each indivkluallycon- governor. THIS NEWSPAPER
"I I understand that Chevrolet I is trolled passenger Cone Is the second native Floridian -
t now ventilation ."lCOOpeI I I II
I In" refreshing breeses on hot in 100 years to be elected Gov- for one full !
1' '' day. and eliminates drafts ernor of this State. Florida electors year
enjoying i the biggest demand I in its history." in coU _there have as a rule preferred Tar I And 4
HIGH-COMPRESSION Heels, Georgia crackers or Ala- Q
bamans. Of late with a 1 i
.; "You're right. And there's a good reason. VALVE-IN-HEAD jority of South ,Floridians from I Magazine from Group A; 3 U.ulll8lltona: Group; 4//1111 J Ji

1 di ENGINE other states, largely northern; the

t 1. ;; Everybody knows that this new Chevrolet is lake with And Chevrolet economy for all-round, there High!performance I.-Campra.nothing habit non-natives has been to Increasingly public offices to of elect all S.l.ct Any 3 Magazin.t GROUPBn

t rt 1 y .Ion Valvc-in-Head Engine-the kinds. Dislike for the Brooklyn From This List ..
r +
the first motor car with all modern advan.. same type of engine! that Is (used plow boy was far from the leastof ... $.le.OseMeg w rM nr..Jla'T. ......
In record-holding airplanes. the factors that put sturdy Florida ... atwy __ I 1'- gtsm*See/.. ** fJ Aewiesa Ixitry
.. i letter
.' 1 i H 4 0..... l ga. : IJr
yew .. .
power boats and racing are cracker Cone the Chrietfoa C..t\lllll.. \ .
on road to Herald
grew .
to sell such low .... . 0
't tages at a price-it s rI. Craw iN.aSrawer
the Governor's mansion. TMlrwllrrhwal
SHOCKPROOFSTEERING ............ M...... -1 Mem.M asWMr iyt. O III'
"' Cone Is remarkable In several 7.rse H_ U. M.t _1'0 0."Mea (fat Netgen) lIP a ,,,"-...Nieat. 1..
'. lIP ,.. I 1R.
respects. He Is the third Ma9 .I >r, genera- ....91. 11'0 lIP 0 H.. CIICII' . JR
le .
f7le Also an outstanding advantage 11'_ .
or.4 / tion of a famous CIai Msent4mR .
C01ltpcece c 2: Florida family. ... t 0 1)t. 0 H.. e I 3.,
O.dl ) .
cOlvpncea nd.ltkulhheaboveeatures.exclu.lve AMA
plod e < .
Old families with tad t II....) 1'0 gam .ae I...
,1 i. I to this one low-priced pretentious ,........ M.q.... r'a-2 ,_b' II....... Sto 8 1U511il.NY telnt, I...
r car-to Shockproof Steering. background are rare In Florida and Fvuiander (....Uf) _1 1'8 8 hlMslerwadi. !) e "-/CI. 1R
;, s Visit your nearest Chevrolet largely confined to the northerntier PWIsit.l .1'-" Ilded.l. an.... 1'" 0:1Ihtr'. Rar. V/. 1..R
i 1 dealer: ami have thorough of counties. Cone Is from one hgr..dr, ., -i j.re lItlC.IIIt-! IN 0 "sl'anlt' s 1rt
enunlia .
1 p y .h I !, demonstration. of this only of these. His business career has Swan Book Sleriee. \ 1 Tear' B ..Aeah .. : lIP 0 Pa':: --a.. .. I IR
'6 Coaf.ul- ..
CHEVROLET '-lb... 0 TNt 1 Re
low A.dwaj 1"
-prked car-todayt t Orwt.s
Ri e Included lumbering. turpentining This C..._... 11'- Osawltat Twit Sirw. Avr/c''t/ 1,..
AND UP. LtmPT. farming law, banking As a W_.'. WecM -. 1'0 C..,j A.... .. .. 1' 0 1wt;:: lne/ul." Late. 1 II'
.oN_Swiderrf lender he )1(01'1-0.\ ... Ih. ,IOUrn1tI lr
sounds ,
money like an e toll.rtog .brad >TCENTtTMENi B tlerrpeH Mtn
$495 ..... ... ::. linear .
t' ''T L, c kr. M. .i few 5uv yrW. OS .nIM 1P. 1"R
i Oaly..at.
,.,. :ea4.rah. Impossibility. Operating In a small wieaeioe, a1GwQ J .thIIII..kuJ\ll'lI\, a (eeyb.dyyryIIIWig... h

Ua It 12O ftUanmat.row, .,Kim ,_( __ town he has made money for his Medan Msheta. i 1.1_1 yea
a 7CHiVROLET < bojnr MJnbb ...... *2O ......--.&. bank run a panic proof Institutionand Delllee A..__ Qilt 1 .,..
5 ,4.. Fp..rr.d..e.J..e.ewa..k* ,...... tar ar'
yet never sues
anybody. .
m Flint M.CHEVKOLZT_ sad e.ba es eA.n.e ...r' ,-
y ti F .cad C..U,... I
? arA. A O..ndMm.n Accustomed
W _-....,..-. r._ ** Oral I-- Iranw.. r'1 = leadership successful y.ar
', / !, .t' 'sr' -17 Mares .. wt In business nevertheless his I seed W T *
: :::: MOTOR COMPANY activities have kept him for a life Enclose f Please *
DETROIT MICHIUAN time in close and understanding QOH.rNB.1 O Offer N., 2 Q Offer N.. 3 D 0"" **

; touch with working people. I aa clt.cldaW ?. magailnas desired with a r ar'i rub\ *siP'
h. t,. i :, h Politically he bas held every of- .

S i E t fice In the gift of the Democratic .

party as a party from precinct __ .
committeeman to National Com-

Torode Chevrolet mltteeman. Also many terms In Sheet *r L F.n '
the house and senate including t _

.% 4.'f: STARKE. FLORIDA President of that latter body. He Tew, sal< 3i.t. ___
was twice Mayor of his home town.
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000th Truck IMPENETRABLEAlcatrai !:
Is 27th
000 chapter )
Built by Ford of Acts depicts -I FORETELL EARTHQUAKESIt developed by the department of ;
is considered the the calamity which befell a (I plant breeding at Cornell University. -
people who
world's first were so unwise as to Is now known that the earth's .
escape-proof prison, refuse to listen to the advice of a crust is composed of blocks .
great I
according to Andrew er--
R. Boone,
% 14 prophet of God.
.d writer. The federal government the Bible subject at which slip and shudder as a result There are almost 3,000 individual
does not expect to reform the A Storm"study this being "Caught In of the subterranean stresses and ,languages !n the world, although '
prisoners that are Incarcerated on quite chapter was used some progress Is being made In most of them< are of local slgnifl'i
the Island. profitably as a basis for this mapping their! boundaries. cance only. '
j They are sent there etudy. Because "the south winds 1 1rkerk.
U j d for three main reasons: To make blew softly" and no These facts with many more -- ----
sure they would never again bother trouble) seemed near, danger or new ones may give man the power .
society, to save them from the Safety a harbor of which ants, ground rodents, and I
was left
t 9 i ;U Y la/ .nr i Ci4'd hands of their gang enemies, and ed In a terrific hurricane, only to be toss chickens already possess- .to foretell Malaria '
skrwr and
t y ur to make it after earthquakes. Before such disturbances .
impossible for them to much fear
t1 tearh less hardened criminals the they were at anxiety least and trouble, ants and rodents are 6 6 6 In a data i
p. : tricks of the trade. and follow the leading willing to of listen said to swarm from the ground and COLDSi.InvIis
t one chickens
% In describing the Island the writer (tP3l11)), who through his sleep restlessly. 1
7 knowledge TAIM KIT* fine d.,
? !
( ; points out some of the reasons and contact .
I I1 with the Father made --- SALtK) HONK llri liirli... lie
1 1 a I ( I why a prisoner Is Insane who tries his leadership safe to follow, and The thermos bottle was Inventedby URO" '"I...... rj

1! I to escape from Alcatraa. In the through this leadership were they I Sir James Dewar In 1892. I 'r.,. ".....-",.-..._"-", .,.. '. ft..,
'first place the Island is situated at last able to reach harbor, but ..1..._....
where a man must be a powerful at great loss. ----
swimmer In order to buff the tides So.
today It would be well for all
and currents In case a prisoner
people to
to know the v ( 1
does effect an escape 200 police t '
way--the right course to follow .
I' cars can be summoned to the Bay and not be deceived by the "soft 'seep IT
shores by the means of radio. south winds" of the
% No craft of any description f Is sin for a season" which"pleasures of
L7'i allowed within 200 yards of the reach hurricane force and usually
I Island' rocky shores. Nor can prisoners off the feet those sweep "
>- '? '- '- n -, n"-"O'; <- who are tempt.
214r receive direct mall-It Is ed out front 9yG :
I g!: 000,000th truck: built by the Ford :Motor attained in the commercial vehicle field since I copied by a guard. No visitor I.I I. The shipwrecked away the moorings. ,
Company is shown with Henry Ford and Edsel is rained from the registrations of all then 1 allowed unless he! has a pass signedby striking vessel made a
commercial I Illustration
after it was taken off the assembly line vehicles in the crayon and
I just service in the United States On Attorney General of the taught
January 1 a valuable ,
is Plant. This V-8 l%-tol1 panel trucked 1936 40.3 lesson i4Wti
Rouge cent of United
per these were of Ford make, a pro States. When a prisonerdoe. A prominent s I II.
the manufacture by Ford of more than oneS I citizen: and Bible
portion more than .
one-half have 1.
larger than
that of a guest he Is not allowed Teacher
the trucks turned out by the automobile any of Dayton Ohio
of all ; other manufacturer. The 3,000,000th was a i
truck is in the I.
to be
same room but must
itrr in it* history. The first Ford track was placed in the Ford Exposition welcome visitor at the Tuesday' !
building at the I
Some idea of the position Ford has Texas talk through perforated paper 1 lo I.
in 1917. Centennial Exposition in Dallas going there by road I his friend. The paper holes are not evening Watch meeting for announcements at the Mission. I.it'
large enough for the passage of week and don't miss some '
tlon of Roosevelt any object. All visitors are searched ant
r DifferencesIn and Garner the political scene call "weasel by electrical detectors. opportunity. v it't. t ,
(marking only the second time In words." t.
Party Platforms> I Triple doors that open one at a I ',
the Big '
party's history that a candidatehas cleavage in the two plat ,
been nominated without forms occurs In the relief planks time are in the prison. In the din- UK SHOWED 'EM : "o 0e
(Industrial News Review) going The Republicans favor return of Ing room a guard behind bulletproof Two hired hands from neighborIng .:
j at least one point opponent through the formality of calling relief to the states-the Democrats glass can flood the room instantly farms were telling each other
e Roosevelt delegates) and the defend and continue to favor the I with gas Hand-picked their troubles. One was complain
with its prlnclstralegist. nPresident's guards are the only ones hired on ling about not getting to
In agreement acceptance speech. In administration of relief by the central I enough j
When James H. the Island. eat. "Just this morning," he said f25ct/ 1 ll'
this has been
speech, which was short, government as done
Py opened the campaign for the last four I Uncle Sam really feels he has an "old man White's wife says to me, I
Democrats at Philadelphia hethat ed and delivered In his best manner years. I escape-proof prison. nays she, 'Do you know how many I :: / _
The Democratic
there was but one big is- Mr. Roosevelt declared war platform also pancakes you've et already this I r +
at stake -the New Deal. Mr.y gainst what he termed "economic praises the Administration's farm I morning?' And I says to her, says : a rL
Is unquestionably right tyranny," said that his party and program, says It has saved agricul differences between the Republican I, 'No lain't had no occasion to
he might have gone a step far- Administration were following the ture from ruin, promises a contlnu-j I and Democratic platforms. count em.' And she says, 'Well,
and said that the Issue 1 is mandate of the people and were ance of the policy of retiring sub The great differences is In the candidates that last one you et was the 26th.' 1 g g 1
ident Roosevelt. Mr. Roose- fighting to save democratic government marginal land encouraging cooper I -- in their backgrounds, And dad-blame It, Bill, that made '
i> the New Deal-and his per- said that governmentsand atives, and "soil conservation." opinions philosophies, and theoriesof me so durned mad I jes' got right
lity, his opinions and his rec- presidents can make mistakes It pledges the Administration to what government should do and up from the table and went to
are Infinitely more Important but "better the occasional faults of "vigorously and fearlessly" enforcethe I I be. It Is this difference that will 1 work without my breakfast"
II campaign! than is the Demo- a government that lives in a spirit ; anti-trust laws and to break I determine the election Plant City Enterprise .
|c platform or the speeches of of charity than the consistent I monopoly wherever It exists. Most I g li
lets lieutenant omissions of a government frozen commentators regard this as a new i .
aches at the convention /In the Ice of its own indifference." phase of the New Deal, in that I
fie Republican conclave a fort- Mr. Roosevelt's speech was received such a law as the NRA necessarily j I ? '

I before- followed a definite with tremendous applause, as fostered monopoly required the .. ,. '"
m. The Keynote address p>fItor was every mention of his name by temporary abrogation of the anti ; ",:; k k1
Barkley-termed by H. L. other orators trust laws. '

icken the longest keynote Most important item In Mr. The platform praises the party's :
ob since the fall of the Rom- Roosevelt's speech was a clearingup acts on behalf of labor and says : 11'1"J-.nj1fl-: :
}!Empirewas well delivered of the much talked about ques- it will continue to protect the I
fully thought out, highly ora- tion of whether view of the Su- worker both as a wage-earner ando ;' '
tl. Even as! Republican Key- preme Court's abrogation of e consumer.It I f,1f 1'
r Steiwer could find othlngevtlln many of his major legislative acts favor. encouragement of "
l Democrats and nothing i he would go frankly on record 1 In home-building, lauds the TV A, and
virtue' In Republicans, Keynot- favor of a new amendment to the pledges itself to advancement N' g5 r r
rkley found that the Admin- Constitution. He did, though he did of rural electrification.It 1 !
tons of Harding, Coolidge and not define precisely what kind It favors the extension of the '
jver were 100 per cent bad and an amendment be wanted. And he merit system (civil service) in y'7
| the Administration of Roose- said that he stood squarely by the government jobs, and pledges! itself -
was 100 per cent good. A slm- platform. to the maintenance of all our BElliS i a r ,
1 attitude was expressed the It Is Inevitable that there will civil liberties.On ATi 'rn a
day when the Senate MaJor be much comparing of this plat the Immensely important
ader, Robinson of Arkansas, I form with that adopted by the Re question of finance, It says the Ad-
t over as permanent chairman publicans. Neither document can ministration has stopped deflationand
I delivered an address praisingelt be honestly called great. Neitheris restored values, declares that .
to the skies and tearing unequivocal. Both leave plentyof the national credit was never bet ., .: '....f < < ( ., .i
i bis detractors, including The room for evasion, and both prefer ter, pledges a balanced budget and < '. >*, t''h .> '""" '
rty League, Al Smith and ex- generalities to specific declarations a reduced national debt as soon as ""' ? ".'.--, ,.#_. 'f.. M""

f dent Hoover. of policy. Both are full of ,, possible. "OM."Lu.. .u.s '
nd Finale was the renomlna- 'what acidulous commentators on In few planks are there any great 10 ill .r.f".."

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1'1.' ; 1.//j -- -- -- -- -- ----- shows that 90 per can o a v.- P uviue them: : with the
Dinner Party HonoringMiss I en In the United States use face plgmentll.'f
i And the Worst is Yet to Come6' j
Brownlee I powder. But the rouge users' are The suggeeUon ,"'
in miDorlt '. For ,
by no means ; ) referred to the relpecttuDy
SocietvA4 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee entertained some obscure reason more women Secretary Hun,- ot lIT'
ml I with a dinner party use lipstick, 86.7 per cent, than ocrat TaUahaa8ee p.....

Sunday night at eight o'clock, honoring J'o' 1... rouge, 76.9 per cent. The users of ---_.'
{ their daughter, Miss Mar I talcum powder number 42.5, per X-ray, can deUrmtaTiiLweight
tha Brownlee, who leaves the Latter cent. Unfortunately data are lacking -
ot 1ey<1
tNj W. M. S. Circles Met part of the month for Indiana 0 on the use of eyebrow pencils the heart
W. M. U. Circles Met MondayCircle :, .. -.. _
continueher ,
will -
j polls.Ind., where ,' and such like beauty .''ds. : '-
Afternoon -- -
W. M. : Monday studies aa a student nurse in. \ Bunker H.IU
2 of the '
fql, 4 No. Baptist Monument
{ that Uerlbut the survey :
r' I'j' { U. met Monday afternoon In the Mr. J. F. Colley was hostess to a hospital in that city. e:....:::", ) Not also reveals that eleven per ly stands on BreeuV'Hmthan !'atilt,
home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson, with Circle Number One of the Woman': A profusion of summer flower ; ',. c---, on Bunker Hill
Mra. Epperson and Mrs. Ben, Pus- Missionary Society of the 'Metho were used in decorating the livingroom .'. L"'C.t....::::. cent of American women are -
cent Titian and -
lieU, eo-hoateaaea. Mrs W. B.-Alexander dint Church Monday afternoon. A and dining room. The dinner -- blondes, seven! per
i t presided over the meeting variety of summer flowers brightened was served, buffet style, from a Iff" ) the rest about equally'dividedbetween :-

{ which opened with a prayer and the hall and living room beautifully appointed table which ( mediums. and, brunettes. AUTOMOBILE"

acrlpture reading by Mr,. O. W. where the guests were seated. was covered with a, handsome lace. :::><:.:=. W. Ve not sure .wlaethe{ the
''I+ # Alderman. After a abort busloeaameeting The circle leader, Mrs. J.''W. cloth and centered with an arrangement statistics on blondes allow for the

Mr*. Alexander read the White, presided over the meeting of flowers in paste. ypthetic.and platinums, but no OWNERS
report of the Annie W. Armstrong and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery offered shades The sixteen guests enjoyed mat-'ter.,
'; offering, and also current events prayer. The Society's resolution their! dinner while seated at individual The serious thing about the cosmetic DO. ,YOU REALIZE
+I la the missionary field. on the death of Mrs. M. E. ; tables.In situation 1 I' the need for new LIABILITY? BE THRIFT roll
1 The hostesses nerved punch and I Edwards was read by Mrs. L. F. the afternoon, Just prior to markets :There; : is room.for about !,
: cookies to the following members: I Smith. "An Appreciation." which the dinner party, Miss Brownlee cr twenty per cent 'growth In' the SEE Cg: FIRST
Mrs. W. B. Alexander, Mra. W. L. I was a poem written by Miss. Olive i was entertained with a swimmingparty : American business but'.that
t t, '4i Wall Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mra.J. I Ray in regard to Mr. Montgomery's I at the Kingsley Lake homeof la not enough rouge to give promise of a Careful Driver Can Save _%
4'l + H. Pitta, Mm.. J. L. Sllcox, Mrs. I work In building the new her aunt, Mrs. S. T. Dell. future. on Their Automobile Imwnux,
C. J. Powell, HI''. W. N. Johnson, Educational Building, was read by .ysioc bright Convenient Term Too
1R 4 :Mrs. J. W. Edwards, Mrs. C. B. Miss Ray However,, our wheat lands are
Price, Mra. J. B. MgGulrk, Mrs I The circle leader appointed the Mrs. G. H. BennettIs drying up. Why not produce more OLD RELIABLE STOCK
George Anderson.'' following finance committee to Honoree lipstick and trade It to leas arid COMPANYAutomobileFire.

;p .,4 t This circle will meet with Mra. serve through July, August and At Surprise Party nations for flour It should not ...Life
''i, L. A. Rennolda In August September: Mrs. W. E. Middleton, take much of an advertising cam-
Mrs. O. W. White, Mrs. J. F. Mrs. Randolph Boree, of Jack- paign to make rouge-users out of
sonville, entertained last Friday the women' in country and af- WILSON
aii W. M. U. Fish Fry Colley and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. any REALTYSTARKE
:\ The topic of the program was night at the home of her parents, ter that their husbands would

,r The Young Matron's Circle of "Cooperative Healing". Mrs. White, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bennett witha have to. produce more wheat to

;1 the Baptist W. M. U. was entertained Mrs Montgomery and Mrs.Middle- surprise party honoring the
this line. Mrs. birthday anniversary of her moth
at Kingaley Lake Monday ton talked along
evening with '. fish. fry. More White also read a short sketch of er. '
j i than twenty persons attended the life of the Rev. W. J. Callahan, The living room was. tastefully COFFEEFreshly

,I j : who included several husbands of who died this year after forty-four decorated with bowls and basket.of .

,1 : members of the circle. Hostesses I years service in--Japan. summer flowers and a most enJoyable ihreaht'wh. Roasted! Freshly Ground!
u for the evening were: Mrs W. B. Mrs. Colley served a delicious [ evening was spent playing EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE

MUDd)', Jr., Mrs. C. E. Johns and fruit salad course with iced tea,, bingo. High prize was won by CONTROLLING ANTS IN some morning, when all ants are "MUd- eUow" "Rich Full Bodied"
d her,, Mrs. Orle and low went
and was assisted In serving by Wiggins of six
h''w t r Mrs A. H. Johns AND AROUND THE HOMEIS In the nest to a depth
j i, time granddaughters, Shirley and Frances to Miss Hannah Swindell. In a SIMPLE, EASY TASii eight Inches, using a sharp stick Lb.17c Lb.l9c
1g ji This was a regular meeting to
Colley, and Miss Virginia Fu clever contest, prizes were given for the Then a tablespoon a
purpose. .
of the circle, but no meeting Wall -
gate Mrs. R. A. Newsom and Mrs. L. S. bisulfide,
; t. g held aa arrangements for the fish received GAINESVILLE Controllingants or two or carbon BOKAR"Vigorous1S'Iney"p"cRlfco
Circle Number Two was entertained Hutto. Mrs Bennett a
1 'M ., fry were being completed.. by Mrs A. W. Redgraveand number of gifts from her friends. In and around the J.house R. Watson Is not,' can or a be half poured ounce down if the the nest hole is large, the "Mr"utL'! Lb.23cGRANDMOTHER'S
difficult task,
t. Mrs. A. W Anderson, at the Those enjoying the party with a says opening closed: immediately by
,. d t+ United States patent system Is home. of the former. In the absence he honoree were: Mrs. R. A. entomologist with the State Agricultural stepping on the surface. of the

? p, about, 145 years old. of the circle leader and as Newsom, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Experiment Station. Keeping hole, and most of the. ants will be BREAD
i y food where the pests can't get Ions. Brand
sistant., Mrs. A. Wood conductedthe .
J B. Sapp, Mrs. Anne McGee, Mra.A. killed. Those which survive will
'j to It, and gassing them In their Fresh Baked
meeting. O. Andreu, Mrs. Della Hagan, make new nests, and these can be
After the devotional service Mrs. Mra. One Mrs. J. W. Ed- nests around the' yard PEAS
t'' ''y W. H. Halle read "Workers Together wards and Wiggins Miss Hannah Swindell. methods he suggests., Poisoning treated in a similar manner. I 14-OZ. LOAF or
This will do little or no damageto
.il ,Iji! RITZ THEATRE! Anderson with read God"of and the work Mrs A.being W.,, them The can first be anti resorted,:'moat to If Important desired. lawns, if the fumigant is applied No.lOc 9 Can j 12-oz. Rolls 5c

: .
,1 I Woodmen Circle measure In combatting these most carefully.For Loaf 7c
done China College. Family
[ In by Glnling 18-oz.
< rll la to poisoning suggests
\ Sponsors Show annoying household pests
{ the following -
The president appointed
t'H'! ",d H' PROGRAM finance committee to serve At School House keep all food out of their way, :Mr. a bait of sweets or meats ',,,24-oz. Pullman Loaf lOc
; 'I' BEGINNING FRIDAY All substances which depending on the food likes of the
f for the next three months: Mrs. B. Watson says
U I 1 I Ii ants-to which has been added IONAPEACHES
i}1 THUR8.-FR1., JULY 9 and 1' M. Montgomery: Mrs. E. 8. Matthews Friday night, July 10, the Starke ants will eat''should be kept in thalium sulfate, sodium arsenate, EVAPORATED
i containers', and no crumbs or
\ and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. Woodman Circle will sponsor a tight :
Y "ROAD GANG"DosuUd i or other poisonous material, and
other materials should be left lying
Miss Amelia Ray read resolutions Beauty pageant In which some of WHITEHOUSEMILK
placed where ants can have accessto
', '? Woods on'the passing of Mrs. Mary our moat beautiful girls will compete around. No. 2M Can .
I a .. Kay UnakerSATURDAY. Elizabeth Edwards, who was a for the title of"Miss Bradford Most ants have their nests in Can 5c Sm. Can 3c
15c Lge. ;
valued member of circle number County." It will be held at 'the be yard and Mr;Watson Suggests .A '
:Jli .JULY 11 high school auditorium: at 8 o'clock. that 'all nests*within 100 feet of PAINTED WOMEN
!r "Call of The Prairie two.During Mrs. the house should be treated with NOW ARE IN MAJORITYTime :, IONA BRAND
the social period At the same time there"will be a Self-Rlsing
bUulflde'o the Plain or <<
life. -
i) : '' Redgrave and Mrs. Anderson served Shirley 'Temple: 'contest .in 'which carbon hi/fit \
'to Waq..B.yd' .. same material used fumigating was when the +'palntedwoman" Excel Soda .r
,: ,.Jimmy.J:1U: .on their guests with' refreshing mall children will compete, and
1. i JI' corn for weevils. Other: suitable was avoided in'the beet Graham
fruit punch and mode-made'cake. the one looking the most like the F LO UR
J' J r : ,. ,,, ,, ., but leas satisfactory materials for circles& but..If we .are to believe .a .
j ;\ 8UN.-MON., JULY U and 15." .j. + famous little screen star' will receive 7 : : : :
{,'1; To Come"", OF THANKS Shirley I 'Temple .. passing 'ants'Include! 'solutions 'of survey made by several leading CRACKERS tu i r.p.\\SK.t ; si-
t: "Thing CARD a ,dress sodium or'ialcluea cyanide', paradlchlordbenzene. producer. of cosmetics: : almost all ?: ,8J ; 4-L
't1 I 'All Star Cast ,' .We wish to'thank the many Some..of'the best talent In.the .' < f nG New ,IJ.SUly symphony ..Jt friends of our dear wife and mother county will take part In the amateur Kerosenegasolme; and' bot'waterwill' rouge. 1oc 17c.3C 6k
: for the many kind deeds and contest of dancing, singing, kill 'antswhich they touch, So widespread has become the
\1.l TUIES..WED..ULyU, as* U' floral offerings during her sickness music and comedy, and the winner but will not penetrate nests deep' custom of adorning nature's hands
f" and death. We also thank theW.O.W. FANCY .
,:i' "Brides Are will receive expenses paid while at Iy enough to be effective. Sodium work with drug store preparationsthat Pound 5c
and1the Woodmen Circle PEACHES _
the state contest competing for radio Insect '
fluoride and other powders the cosmetic: manufacturers!
1: #}' Like That"ROM for their kindnesses. broadcast over WWL, in New
CaD 'be sprinkled across the trails are Seeking markets In other nations. .
.. ?. Alexander Rev W. T. McGuire, Orleans or a stage contract.A made by ants Into the house, or The 'local market la, saturated FANCY 5c
'? "' I.<''i f Anita Louise Albert and wife, large crowd Is expected and across points through which the they declare, and If business AVOCADO PEARS Each :
Arthur wife.
good entertainment'la: promised by ants are apt to gain access, and is to expand, it must look to '
q ,+J. THUKS.-FRI.. JULY 1. and 17 Bessie and Lucille, grand- of FANCY LARGE CALIF.
the' Admission In
: sponsors program. usually prove effective keeping exports.
;,n t, "Unguarded Hour" daughters.One .. win be ten aDd'twenty-five them out of the houae. More powder 'is used 'than the CELERY Stalk lOc

Itll i .H.: Loretta yotinc' cents. Mr. .Watson'suggests that early other preparations. The survey
ton kelp yields eight pounds LARGE HEAD CALIF.I I
Franchot Tone
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Iodine LETIUCEEach
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HaUey Burcham of Winter Ha- Mrs. R. J, Williams --- --
ven has been .visiting his cousin I for Birmingham, Alabama left Monday I Kingsley Lake was very popularwith I STATE .,EKTIS1NG: $$41;MMKIt ittia,
to visit HOMESFOR
Mrs pleasure+ker. the PROGRAM PROGRESSES ,",
A. E. WaU''!"Pi her son-in-law" l and! over i OKPHXNlf: C:
daughter. Mr. I
I Fourth of July week-end. Visitors
Bits of --- '
and Mrs. \V.
O, Stroud Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thomas I other relatives and were there from varied point., in- The Florida Association of County Fourteen: older homeless boys- -

spent the week-end with friends cluding Tampa, Jacksonville, Commissioners under the able from thirteen to seventeen years
Daytona Beach. at Gainesville Orlando and several leadership of A. A. Poston of of age---now under the care, of The.
I IDeal Ns' Mr.and Mrs S. K. New om and Georgia town. Palm Beach, is to be congratulated Children' Home Society of Flora

Frances Peek the daughters. Marjorie and Claire on two. accoinpllahmenta: 'at Its Ida- are bringing mote gray hairs
spent week- Nell, of Jacksonville: tbe Miss Lucile Mitchell '
end at spent will leave meeting In Tallahassee! last Thurs td the head of State Superintendent -
CONCERNING: OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS.AND Miss Lillian Kingsley Lake as. a.guest of Fourth here with Mr and Mrs R. Sunday from Tampa for a week's ;Marcus C. "Daddy'. Fagg
.. A. Newsom. _-", trip to Cuba. She will be day.The
THE AND TOWN '. j I accompanied Association approved the who Is asking the cooperation of it
PROGRESS by bet cousin, Frank Mitchell fourteen familiessome on the
Dr and Mrs. .B, S. Carroll of expenditures of the Governor's All- i
Jacksonville ,' ; Mrs. W. C. Halle and: son, Jack, I of Lakeland, who visited here Florida Advertising Committee farm. some In cities and townsIn" -
pain the week-end t
'' .returned home Saturday after several days this week. the that these
here as guestg'of:'Mrs. F. .....Long. dUrlnK'tb past year and adopted hope problem i
spending two weeks
.. .. visiting relatives a resolution presented by Charles boys can each oe placed where the ,

Juanit, Barefoot was la' Billy Lamb, who is on a.several Mrs. A. fl. HaH-and daughter, Circle la Atlanta Ga Rutledge and Social Mr. and Mrs George: C. White, Overman of Bagdad former secretarytreaqurrr boy will be taught to work--to be.
of Tmllahasiiee
Yrs J. W. Whit be
appreciative >
week's leave from the Sharon ha of the organization
fyafternoon: Navy, wasvtaIUnl' > "returned tteutvisit!
FI1' and O. W. visited
White Jacksonville
kJCi ylle! '* In and be ambitious--and soon to be self-
; friends hen this 'Week. with friend dn!TSa" :* .'' chairman of the Finance Com-
\. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell,
Miss LucileMitchell Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
.Ji :' : HaD Jr. S. mittee of the advertising group, supporting.
1' ,
and MT$. Frank Mitcnell., of Lake- L. C. Ray and the Rev. and Mrs.
( Friday_U JutllOl1vt1Je.'I4JBI :. W. C. Wainwright., of Tampa, -, The ReV/' .'Ddrs C..B. Price (and, and Miss Evelyn Stump spent I Laurie Ray. authorliing the appointment of a "Daddy" Fagg Is willing lo pay
'has returned, home after visiting and thtfdren! were--visitors Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon In St. _' representative to cooperate) ,with a reasonable amount for the board wand
: Augua-
of iswwr other organizations in securingatate training of these boys to the i.
BrlMoft relatives here. Friday oou tine.
Flu> af\'t\ Miss Etta Then and the Rev. C.
week : I funds for future advertisingThe right families-for a period of time
this .
here --e'i -.-"- B. Price were In Jacksonville
I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree of Mrs. WilmopcNsaef of Gainesville Mrs. J. R.,:';;Kelly and little Thursday to be with L, C. (Powell i resolution Is the first stepIn I until the boys can earn enough to ,
speed Harvey, of Plant City, Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. Is.the guest of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Katherine Inabelle:':were I who Is III at the Riverside Hoapi i the creation of a committee to provide for themselves. ,

at the week-end here. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Sunday. S. T. Dell'at. Kingsley Lake. visiting with Mrs, Kelly's;.parents, 1 II tal.) Mr. and Mrs. L.. Q. Powell draft a bill for introduction at the This particular group of boys I;
Mr. and Mrs. ,.. L. Drigg rs in will visit him today. next session of the State Legislature are not interested much In school
B ent the week-end here.Jills. A. Swanbom, of Ft. Myers, E. L. Matthews were In Jackson- -- si'Na ; Mrs Luther Blackman and and tourist commission and to fin. can learn to farm.-or some tradeor
spent Saturday and Sunday herewith ville Monday afternoon. Mr. : ance Its activities. Other groups buslnees: through which they
his Mrs Ernest Smith, of daughter, Miss Hazel Stroman, and
: Rhoda Zetgler spent the family. -rr-. Orangeburg, B.'>*C., Henry Smithof I son, Walter Stroman, of Miami, that will be represented on the can become Independent and provide -
land al h"r home in Theressa. Mr. and Mrs. H. A Bishop and Lees an4/)4 Senator fElect Charley E. Johns children. spent the weekend at' Jacksonville, .tt&'vt'guests-; '. Mr. of Mrs W. S. Stroman and of Commerce, the State Junior These boys .will need a lot of patient
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and E. 'was a professional visitor to Lake Daytona Beach. s and Chamber of Commerce and tbe
:jlr 1.lrs..1.. S,thftto last Friday; Mrs. S 3. Dowllng. guidance, discipline and train-
f McDonald! ] were in Jacksonville, Butler, Tuesday afternoon.H. -----. Governor's All-Florida Advertising Ing and only families who are will- >

ay Mrs. 3..-T. Quigley will have the I C. S. Lindsay of Winston Salem Mrs Donald Boner, of Richmond Committee. The Attorney General Ing to try to make real men of the
C. WaU was confined to his Friday afternoon meeting of the N. C., haa h)atved to spend his Va., who will be remembered hereas was asked to designate. a memberof boys can render any helpful serv
I Mis" Carolyn Hutto, of Galnesipent home Tuesday with a slight at- W. C. :T. U. The hours la 3:30.: I vacation with Mrs. 'Undsay, who Miss Margaret Dekle. Is visitIng his staff to help prepare the

e, the week-end at her tack of appendicitis. -- -r-., has been at Kingsley Lake for Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bitch and bill. m ice.All applications to board these 'J
here, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and several week. "* : 'v" Miss Carrie Hitch She has with The most popular source of boys should be sent to Marcus C. "

Scott spent Saturday with' Miss Scootle Andrews was a Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews spent her her nephew, Billy Dekle, of funds seems to be the odd cents Fagg 428 Saint James Building
of her sister Mrs. J R. Bor Saturday at Daytona Beach. break on the race track belting. It Jacksonville Florida
r. ud Mrs S. C. Carnell in Or.ODd. guest I Congressman and Mrs. R. A. Thomaavtlle. Ga. promptly.
ing in Jacksonville last week-end. Green returned Sunday evening after haa been estimated that this will
Mrs William Dobrow, of Ft. spending the week-end in Daytona Miss Mignon Sisson. of Oshkosh, amount to about 300000. That West-ha Kentucky colonel. i
[un. F H. Long baa returned todiahaseee Mrs. James Lewis, of Winter Meade, la here for a stay with her Beach where he appeared as WIs., arrived this week for a visit money la now being kept by the -- a--

after spending tbe I Garden, Is visiting her parents,. parents Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs at a speaker on the Road 28 Opening with her mother, Mrs. R. A. Weeks track operators. Some of them If he removes his hat In an elevator ,"J
Itk-end holidays here. Mr. and Mrs D. L. Sllcox. Kingsley Lake. Celebration, July, at Brookcr Mlas Simon who is have said that they would not obJect It means that he has (1)
... known here to such legislation. because and (2) hair. .
--, --- as a talented dancer, good manners, ( ) Dayton
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Rickenback- Miss Martha Brownlee, Miss has been teaching dancing In Osh- they knew that spending the money Journal.

er have moved to Bronson where Catherine Carnes, Miss Dot Smith kosh for the past year. She recently for advertising eventually would ---e-----
; Mr. Rickenbacker Is the farm Miss Etholyn ,Lander, Wiley Pope had a prominent part In bring them more business. The first factory for manufac- 4
ANNOUNCEMENTOF agent for Levy County.A. and "Cotton" Paul, all of Jacksonville the "Fox River Follies," an annual !Several' successful candidates for turing commercial ice cream was

were recent guests of Mr. and event In Wisconsin the legislature publicly endorsed established in Maryland In 1831m : .

THEOPENING- J. Miller, of Tampa, recently Mrs. J. M., Brownlee. ---- --'- uch a proposal during their cam -- ---. -I, -. i -- \
moved to this county and will be : Misses Clementine and Virginia paign. One of the planks In the Seventy per cent of the total

1; engaged In farming near Keystone' Little Mlsa, Sammie Carr Of Torruella youthful radio stars ap- platform of Governor-elect] Fred P. utilized mechanical power In the
Heights. '. Marianne who has been spendingthe pearing on the NBC network, left Cone was an adequate advertising United States is developed. In electric ,' -
-" ... summer here,with Mrs. Miriam yesterday for New York to resume program for the State of Florida. motors: : ,

-OF THEPOLLY Mrs. Huldah Corpening arrived Kickliter, left Thursday for her their regular broadcasts after With such powerful Influences i
home this week from Washington, home where she will visit with her spending a month here with their cooperating the chances for success s.
D. C., where she has been employedfor parents Mr. :&ulfMrs. F. H. Carr. parents, Mr. and Mrs L. Torruella. next spring seems very favor I ,
several months. They were accompanied by Harry able. It Is highly desirable however C. A. CARVER ; ; I i

ANN .. Mr. and Mrs. 'Jack Frazier hadas Higgs and Mr. and Mrs Manuel that the commissioners of
The regular meeting of the their guests over the week-end Carlo, all of New York. the various counties contribute! to JEWELER ,'
Starke Woodmen's Circle will be his mother. Mrs E. M. Frazier, and the state fund one more year until i
held next at the A. J. Thomas, Fred F. Stump, the legislature meets and state !
Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Frazier and WATCH, ('IAcK AND

BEAUTY SHOPPEWe '. ; hall. small daughter. ,.,Katherine, all of and Joseph Wilson were recentlyIn money Is available. Unfortunately, GENERAL REPAIRING ,
Gainesville. Sanford In interest of the establishment Hlllsborough County Is still absent i. ,MAll

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Jr., --.--,-.---- of a Farmer's 'Market from the rank of contributors We Work Guaranteed +
Scientific and son, Louie, of New Orleans, Mr: and Mra.. D, T. Clarke, of in Bradford County. One of the hope that eventually they will see
Are doing Beauty Culture the Way. La., will visit relatives here for Miami, who havabcen visiting Mr. state's moat profitable markets is the light and make a substantial

Give Us Part of Your Business and Let Us ConvInce* two weeks. and Mrs.. N. D,''Walnwrlght, Sr., established there and the local contribution Tampa Times IN KEEN BUILDINGHTAJ1KB .
You That We Are Experts in This Line. are spending; this week in ,Jackson. delegation obtained some useful Information ,
Mrs W. D. Dutton and daughter, I! vllle with Mr. and M.rll. W. M. there for. future use In Friends will be Interested, to

Mimi, of Nashville Tens., are i t Walnwrlght > _, this countyi.. know that Mils.Gloria Johns, who

POLLY M BEAt1'rYhSHOPPE gueata this week of Mr. and Mrs. } t _, .r", j. ,, i .. Mrs: Phil Maguire and. little un.c1erwenaerlous, operation in ,y+
Harold C.'Wall. i Mr. and MrsR. / W Mills and arrived Jacksonville several weeks ago, is
daughter. Sue here Thursday
now recovered and is
I fully vlalting RE A.L !
----- daughter,Miss\ Elizabeth: of Jack of last week from Washington,
Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs sod little sonville. 'will sp pd. the, weekendwith D. C.. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, T. ; :,,
daughter, Dotty Sue, spent last Mr. and Mr.., F. F. Flume. A. M. Darby. They were accompanied J. Griffin. ;
AT SEZ: week in St. Augustine with Mrs. They will be accompanied home by from Washington by MIllS ----
1 O. J. Griffin. Miss Clara Flume for a visit. Elise Jones, who had been visiting Miss Kathleen Moseley. Ike Gor- IF YOU WANT TO
:Well, I see by tliepapers that. there. Miss Jones win tatowsky, and Dr. D. C. Forehands BUY SELL OIL RENT
spend a ,
John D. baa made the 91 mark. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith and Mr. ,and Mrs L. A. Davis and month at Ktngsley Lake with her of Albany Ga, and Mr. and Mra SEE US-
Miss Sarah Smith, of Perry, spent their niece, Miss Mary Jo Ferryman parents. Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. Walter Jackson, of aconton, Ga.,
That's a I long time to live In any the week-end with Mr. and Mrs spent July 4th In Fernandina Jones were week-end guests of Mr. and

Y' man's country. I don't suppose he W. H. Smith. with Mrs. Mary A. Davis, who was Mrs. T. T. Long and Mr. and Mrs.D. WILSONREALTY
celebrating her birthday on this Miss Lillie McRae has returned P. Carpenter at Kingsley Lake. CORP.
In having much fun new becausehe Mlsa Ruth home after six Dr Forehand was accompaniedhome
Mrs. C. A. Knight date. a week's tour and
had to cut out his ;golf, and McKelvey, Mrs. Miriam Kickliter .. visit with Mills Ernestine Bud- by Mrs. Forehand who haa Y i 3

mont everything else. I know a lot and Miss Sammie Carr were in Mr. and Mia!,,,:W, F. Barefoot dlngton of Qtionochontaug Beach, spent several weeks here. I d s
Baldwin last Thursday. and daughter, Eunice of Sander- R. I. Miss McRae visited many
it things that. I wouldn't mind cut- **
If son and Mja: >VfB.) ,Wmderweedle points of Interest Including .tbe grace! ; distinctive flowers
ting out when I get old but I sure Miss Katherine Nollman and and little daughter, Alleen of Jack- Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah
would hate to have to stop shootIng Mrs. Hazel Craft were recent eonvlllef"werejvests otMrand Mountains and Natural Bridge In cherry at herschel: 1 : '

eol'.. guests of Mrs. S. F. Hamrick and Mrs. P. M. Barffoot, Sunday. "i Virginia. She also visited In Wash. I Jacksonville. 'II '

Mrs. Miriam Kickliter. >!. ,.. _. .?Jt ,I Ington, D. C., and at Niagara Falls. phone 7-2120 '
Mr. and Mrs D. H. Perrymanand smart center plrrrn unuiiiul' corsages t1
Mrs. W. H. NoUman returned to daughter, Miss Mary.Jo, who following were guests of Mr. flowers for gifts
and Mrs A'
B. Jacobs at
Sebring after a" three weeks vIsit have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley
with her mother, Mrs. S. F. Ham- L. A. Davis at Kingsley Lake for Lake on the Fourth: Mr. and Mrs.
rick. the past two weeks, win leave the Colin English and Mr. and Mrs.!! 32PieceDINNER t
latter part of this week for their George Wallace, of Ocala; Mr. and

Mrs. S. R. Johns, Mrs Carrie I home in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs M. H. Hayes and Mr. and SET
Ritch and Miss Madge Mlddlotonreturned I Mra. B. O Smith of Gainesville;
Monday from a twoweek's Miss Gertrude Hearing formerly Mr and Mrs J F. Gabriel, and t
I Mr. and Mrs. l'nlt.F.'r ,
Mac Williams of
n Ga. and staff ,
visit in Augusta of Starke. now supervisor .
of the Board of Social Welfare Jacksonville Miss Ann Gregory of

I y. r Miss' Mary Lucille Toro Wllliamn and Fred
Marsh, of
Lawtey, spent Sunday at Kingsley to her home In Green Cove
Luke with her parents, Mr. and I Springs from the Riverside Hospital I
------ -- 4PieceBEDROOM
Mrs. W. E. Torode. In Jacksonville, where she had
been 111 for a \wek.
Mrs Walter Baker returned : CENT A WORD SUIT

Sunday to her home In Foley after I The following guests of Mr. and
) 'T-: spending several weeks with her Mrs. W. A. Bonhom for several I 4-l'OSTKK: KICI; :, + s

mpare Hi. coif with the trvk...lhnH mother Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. days here have returned to their COLUMNFOR Terms

will b. P.f.r a Shoes for you slwy.. home In Charleston W. Va., Mr. RENT: Furnished apartment $54.00
Ford Prescott and I and Mra. A. C. Bonham and daughter
for'none can come n.sr them for long Mr. and Mrs. to couple without children.
.... and comfort. considering th* prl<.. children of Dayton, Ohio, are visIting Clela, and Mr F. A. Bonham, 340 N Cherry St, Mrs George W. |
s his parents Mr.\ and Mrs. L. of Wayne Burley, Idaho. 1! Thomas ltp' HART FURNITURE COMPANY

/ 1 1I v
C. Prescott.W I ------------- -
t Much to the delight of his congregation I FOR SALE-Electric Ice box, \t'. II. IIAKT, Manager ,
You ".,! w.
;, H. Hart, local manager of Dr George H. Lowry I I cheap. Also furniture. Box 480,
"..,. .If types and ( Hart Furniture Co., will leave Sat- :I I preached Sunday morning at the i i Starke. Itp '..-.-.------.--.------------

all ur.s . tS urday for Chicago where he will i!I i Presbyterian Church. He has been 100,000--MISSIONARY- ---- -- 1
markets. from his pulpit for over two I II Strawberry S ; J
S visit the furniture I away plants for Bale Ready to dIg. :
I I I months on account of his health, ,I Apply to T. M. Williams, Box 26, I' "f
Judge and Mrs. Frank Smith, of but Is now able 10 resume his work. 'Route
$1.98 T I 2, Starke. 6-26-8tp I ,,
their vaca-
Orlando, are spending I'
tion at the J. C. Robinson cottageon Dr. and Mrs George H. Lowry FOR SALE--By owner, six-room ADEQUATE INSURANCEa _
Kingsley Lake. and daughter :Miss Margaret Low- | bungalow on Cherry St., also two
ry, have returned home after a vacation buildings on N. Walnut St. Bar-
Mrs.: A. A. Durden was called to spent] in Maryvllle, Tenn.l| gain. Box 480, Starke. Itp VETERANS ,1,1la
Macclenny this week because of They were accompanied here by I >
$ the Illness of her son, Herbert Dur MIN Helen Anderson, of Mary-' FOR SALE-More than 73.00O: '
finsoles \ 2.49 den. ville,. Tenn., who' will spend sometime Missionary Strawberry plants. \\'e llto a"t'lpt''lallJ'e In,,ur,,n/-r Program Particularly
leat rs here a. a guest at the mans Now ready.. Fresh ordered nursery .Adapted to Fit The N* d* of World War \ttrrn, Who
stock- have Ciuthrd In Their Bonus, and
set this year. See Joe Respectfully Solicit r
+ -----
des L. C. Powell Is reported Improving Their BiMlnm W> ..\.h That Our : x
me Friend of
s Many
Peele Fla.
Sod Lawtey 7-l-2tp
ToFlex'bltl at Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville Mrs. R. C. Dowling and children, I Bradford and Adjoining C'oiintlr Consult With Us for f is
//ails P where he was taken Russell and Betty, cf Jacksonville, "WRITE or see us for SELECTED Their Insurance, Nerd I
of last week for a minor visited DA' and Mr.'XV! Ii:. Middle ,
s Thursday Runner and Spanish Peanut 'Seed"Greenwood
0r sHoES operation.Mr ton Tuesday, They were accompanied Products Co. Peanut "'e write complete line of Fir, Lire and Automobile
All the "a"i0 home by Miss Madge Mid- I' Shelters. High Springs, Fla. Insurance and rrupwtfully. solicit tbs business of the p ?F
and Mrs. H. C. WImberly, Jr. dleton, who will, spend. the rest of / rltl/eim of our community j( s 1N

of Nichols were here during the the week there I, $1 REWARD for Information lead. Respectfully, ?
I week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Ing to location of 200-Ib spotted

T. Green and Mr. and Mrs W. M. Ml'. Mina Maaiasna Henry and sow, Poland China and Duroc '
Wlmberly.Mr Phillip Manassa are spending. this cross Hole in each ear together JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT\ }
week at Fernaodina Beach with with other marks Should have

,IT PAYS TO.BUY ATS1"ERNBERG'S and Mrs. William O. Struth i their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. i litter of young pigs three or four Charley E.!: John N. IX U'alnwrlght, Jr. v ,,
and children returned to Jacksonville i i and Mra. J. P Burns. They will days old. Last seen behind Layton 137 West Call Street mil,,
Tuesday after a week'sistay I be accompanied home by Mr, and Morgan farm between Starke and 13 Ida
at tbe Struth cottage on i Mra. Burns and children, who will Lawtey Wateroak. M. F. Brown, I Telephone

I Kingaley Lake. I I[I visit here. Starke. Itp .. - - - - .

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,i-, -. cooL Have fresh air In the room: serious danger
\ i WPA EMPLOYEES MUST all the time If this alresdt 1Ia1&
; danger Bu
:.H l Jf WORK OR BE DISPLACED Keep your sick person clean. recognized the t&'Dai 'r ronDbgood

Give him a clean bed and a nice: chance of may .tIII *

1 !! "Work" means exactly that in STATE NEWS warm bath each morning and a permanent Injury aVOldlcg', IlenoUli
r 1 f' FARMERS SECTION the lexicon of the 1936-37 editionof LIVE clean gown. Talcum powder and The method of .nlsyl
the Florida Works Progress Administration good smelling soap are soothing early symptoms of Irkeduro" :

,1." New of Florida In Short Paragraphs and pleasant when one la lit recognized I la seal' stroke

.f.':/ Conducted by Demonstration Agents In a crisply worded order to all I A person In bed thinks a lot work, If practicable, Stop iii

.\ I ,:, district directors project foremen about eating. Bring him hot soups, in the shade Prompt! the apt
)' :Y''"'' and employees, E A. Pynchon ..... with the steam coming up. A small water to the head apply' eoI
: ''j' fft1J -- State administrator called for J --... .- glaaa full of.milk la better than a tlon to the body I by, 'JIlart> flit
more efficient operation of projects large one half full. Don't aak him rough clothe And rubbing. wit I
I.I and warned the 27,300 work- AVERAGE EXPENDITURE CONE CERTIFIED beforehand what he wants to eat; simple common 'hlle th
: RURAL Hints To Housewives f era that those who will not or can- s'r. PETERSBURG-The typical TALLAHASSEE The State this frets him. He'll say "noth being done a veterinarian sens 'hlngl n
work winter visitor to Florida upends Canvassing Board certified Should>
1 not give an "adequate day's ing, and probably get peevish, called It there is ,
COMMON SENSE for a fair day's pay face immediatedismissal. an average fo $974. according to a i nomination of Fred P. Cone for and maybe not eat when you bringit. never apply om available
from Homo Demonstration Griffith in the Democratic primary water et ? ,
\ f' Weekly ." recent statement by T. M. governor If he baa company their visits treatment to the {fire IJ
SPUDS JOHNSON TaIlahaMe0 who handle this city's advertisingand June 23. Cone receiving 184- body '? any
f! r By Specialist The administrator explained that must be abort. mal that is overheats am
I a large number of Florida's unem- recently issued a bulletin on :S40 votes defeated Judge Raleigh At bedtime, bathe his face and ful hogman begin The
t business to of Tampa who received j .pplving
'" FARM AND HOME WORK BL'ILT-INS USEFULIN ployed who have not previously the value of tourist Petteway hands and comb his hair. Rub his to the nose and fact watt
Cone carried fifty-eight
MADE PLEASANT WILL THE DINING-ROOM eligible for work under the WPA the state. 129.1&0. back and legs to help him drop off working up to the gradUalI
G i1
counties. top 1)f
of the state's sixty-seven the
h DRAW BOYS AND GIRLS ----- now are applying for assignments! Into restful aleep.-The Progressive of his hot hog and th b
led him in Broward
Petteway tame
Jobs for these Individuals he MARTIN NOT IN RACE Farmer. tlce PI\
1 n f ----- Sometimes a "dining-alcove" or Dade Lake Monroe Orange,.Palm Imperative for ,?., horse
\ : When farm work and farm life "breakfast nook" takes the placeof laid, are not Immediately availa- Governor Beach Pinellas Polk and Seminole -, mule-Dr, Tait Butler) ? Tb
: are made attractive to the younger a full-sized dining-room, aa partof ble, since the present quota la filled Countlea. OVERHEATED HORSES AND I Progressive Farmer
1; of the and he added that before any as a possible candidate for the ...
\ generation Instead of being the living room or part MULES: WHAT TO DO -
between them.It new> applicant can be assigned one United States Senate, put himself Wrinkles
t i presented as drudgery, It will appeal kltcben. or appear around the
I to them more and bring*great ts possible to furnish an alcoveof ot> the persons now on the payrolls out of the running last There are usually ample danger quicker than anywherelee, ] ey
)i 4 er satisfaction to the entire family. this kind entirely with built-in must be displaced. do not care to enter the race for JACKSONVILLE-United States signs of approaching heat stroke --- .--
'I ,United States Senate or any other Senator Scott M. Loftin said recently -
.t and All that Is needed la a "This process Administrator in the horse but
i In days past the boys fittings. or mule these are Dolly Madison wife of
at this he would not seek electionto Reader
+ E r girls have deserted the farm at the table surface and two long bench Pynchon' declared "will be accomplished office certainly frequently overlooked and some- James Madison, mad
time Martin announced. fill out the unexpired terms of amedu
y lJ very first opportunity but In times ea to sit on. The walla of the alcove -' by the dismissal of those times ignored with serious conse- first Ice cream.
'i either the late Senator Trammellor
> of depression and stress they are usually form the backs of the who are either unable or unwilling quences. If the driver does not .-
\ l benches and under them often are to give "an adequate day's work HAIL, DOES DAMAGE the late Senator Fletcher. Lof-
glad to be able to cling to the bene- note sluggishness, undue panting Potatoes
) 1 flclence of the farm. storage compartments. The table for a fair day's pay under the prevailing HIGH SPRINGS-Hall did con- tin waa appointed to succeed or other symptoms of more or less introduced,into now a vegetables, we

may rest on a saw-buck type of wage." siderable damage to crops in this Trammell temporarily and aat in distress, he should at leaat realize the dietary wore
\ Making the work a game or Introducing base> and be made to tilt: It maybe "The question of need," he continued section early last week when Icy the Senate during the last few danger ahead if a hard working In the guise of sweet pmidlngp
''i I competition Into It, helps "will be con- caused days of the recent session. He is
.:,' ;i > very simply constructed with given ample cubes and wind together animal on a hot day tails to sweat
\ :i to add rest to labor. An.equitable need la Immediate peat president of the
,, j ? four straight legs, or It may be sideration, and where damage estimated at thirtyfiveper normally or If be stops sweating. If
f f : division of the work between various hinged to t!e wall at one end and equal, willingness and ability to do cent of the total watermelon- American Bar Association. :a horse or mule after sweating In
members of the family so that .
have folding legs at the other the job will be the determiningfactor. I tobacco crop value a survey com- the usual way stops
I ; member knows when he hasi "
1' one In a larger dining-room dish I pleted today shows. Centering CHICKEN LEGMIAMIConstable while still working In hot weather
he will be
i finished his tasks that closets or cabinets are very often The previous policy of allowing just south of this place, the storm R. B. Chaa-
permitted to rest and will not be built Into the walls aa the house is credit for time lost on account of i lost intensity aa It moved southeast taln'a memory for casualties proved p

called" upon to nerform.ilml1'lates other and going up. They add to the decora- bad weather hall been abolished, 4 the undoing of Lee Owens 32- -

I unending duties rapid five effect without greatly Increas- according! to the administrator. year-old negro. Owens lost a leg

: and satisfactory performances alA log cost and are useful for china, Establishment; of the higher TAX COLLECTIONS six years ago when he wall shot

_ ''t ; I so. glassware, pewter or silver. Sometimes rates of pay also placed new responslbilltles TALLAHASSEE: The c o m p- while stealing chickens. Yesterday ,
f Jt11h
a 15: year old girl from a splendid a sideboard of the Welsh on the project em .roller'a office announced that estate H. M. Nichols reported theft of

l 11 i rural section of Gadsden County type with open shelves for Inter- ployees. taxes have brought $7 .426.- thirty-five hens 'Tracks near the SOLE
g j in writing of her work said: esting pieces of tableware can be Administrator Pynchon announced :534.17 Into the Florida State Treasury roost Indicated the thief bad a R ,Kq la dl'

t 1 1 "I love the farm and farm life, and Installed during building or added that beginning at once each during the last five years. Total wooden leg. Chaataln said he madea ( pl H.....,. days
1t $ so do my father and mother. Ink later. Corner cabinets and dish worker must furnish his own trans- collections In the 1936 fiscal hasty deduction then arrested ..... .... JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
t : ', our family we all have different closets are easily built for any portation to the job to which he year. Including $3,000,000 "advance Owens and obtained a confession NOW w.rw.aw' f.r

l I } ; parts of the farm work for which home old or new. has been assigned. aymenta" from the Alfred I. Du'ont seer ... ..heapb CHAdl Geste( ,M, ,,

i r 1 we are responsible. We really enJoy Drawers or sliding trays for linen He explained however that estate amounted to $3,391- BUILDING PERMITS DOUBLED IwJwrleaRr.lde.ee LIw.alllq YOUR............c-'oot wd. ...._..
i : iz,5 : planning and working together and silver are sometimes designed should It be determined more desirable 156.66 TALLAHASSEE-Building I. woe. .... to ..Wr ay-..-.....-. II a".. ooodm,,
\" .;;4 I and sharing (lone another's :joys to fit Into the lower part of a, for the WPA to furnish the mits issued by the State Hotel per- .salsa. ,.....-p..o1.la..4.&.kohl.hw.d.w.d". e.a
J..a.ten i.d"enNlk ..
f i i + and troubles corner cabinet. The drawer for transportation this would be doneon IIALF MILLION GIVEN Commission showed that construction ... slid. ties.. '.b' ...... ,y'.o..ite. .... i"',
f 4, '( "My sister Is 13 but she has sliver la. usually partitioned and the worker's own time. TALLAHASSEE-Harry L. Hopkins more than doubled In Florida ...Iie..d.ssiL,,, ,............bid..._.
t I ,y 1' wanted to do the things she saw lined with soft material such as He emphasized that Installationof Federal Works Progress Administrator during the year which ended June 1 ........ .... ................... -

me doing since she was nine. We velvet or felt the prevailing wage placed WPA notified G o v e rnor compared with the year 1934-35. All CONDIIIONCD
One of the greatest conveniencesIn jobs "on exactly the same under- Sholtz of allocation of $350,000 to COCKTAIL: LOUNGE COHEI SHOP
1,1i' enjoy a very keen rivalry and competition Commissioner J. B. Sullivan an-
,:. In our gardening poultry a medium-sized house la a pass lying basis as any other employment complete and operate the Cherry nounced that between June 1, 1933 I-Bom.Siml.mlI .P..w IwL..
i k closet or cabinet In the wall be- Lake subsistence Homestead pro- I 7i RMM SI 00 M ROOM SI M
( work and music, and she haa kept and June 1, 1936 permits totaled I 40IU .
d ; me hustling. However, she baa been tween the dining-room and the "More than an adequate and reasonable ject near Madison. Governor 684959533.: : The total for the I ,. S-.Io.IJ.00 ROOM ..* FUwM 14 Row h*.I1SO 1400
1 kitchen. On the dining-room side day's work will not be ex- Sholtz requested an allocation of L
: ..
:\ quite enthusiastic about my canning previous year was $3,257,649.: The saw IBKHH i frr datti OKMOPit.
I work, and haa helped me a i this may appear as an ordinary pected," he added "and less than $600,000 on recommendation of commission Issued permits for hotels .. I. f. rOUND H....,
"'\ deal closet door which when opened an adequate or reasonable day's WPA officials In Jacksonville. hoes MO1II FATTEN If NOME 011010
great I restaurants rooming S
__ .
shows the dish shelves extending work will result In the replace- Hopkins did not explain the reason and houses. n r. s._Go
t, "There will be no long draggy through to the kitchen. In one ment of the worker by another applicant for reducing it by $50,000. .
I summer for us, since we will be old home a closet was used In this whose need may be aa .
I' happily working away with our way. The door was sawed In half great and who la willing to deliver SAYS CANAL ISN'T DEAD FUNERAL
chickens gardens, and canning." I and the shelves below serving level value received. EUSTIS-Gen. Charles P. Sum- GAINESVILLE-A recent investigation DIRECTORMy

1 J' kA1' Apparently this girl believes In made fine storage place. for bulky merall. president of the National Florida experiment by the station University disclosed of- Many' Yes Experience Make. It Possible for Me to Render
+1 the old to the effect that the Gulf-Atlantic Ship Canal Associa-
t Iil\ ;: quotation equipment aa toaster EFFICIENT, PROMPT
a beavy.lntelltatlon of black COURTEOUS SERt1CEMODERATE
.t'j'', .= :u {\r the best things are nearest: light waffle Iron and coffeepot. I for other accessories. When this tion. told his bomtown Rotary grasshoppers technically known aa : PRICES
t in your eyes flowers at your feet Sometimes much of the family Is not possible ingenuity often suggests Club today the Florida ship canal
I lubperly locusts which were doing DeWITT C. JONES
/ i duties at your hand the path of sewing is done in a corner of the ways of keeping these arti- "is not dead by any means. The
,,ial+ : ,qr z'(; ) God lust before you. Then do not dining room. It la Ideal to givean cles orderly by means of a bui, -in former chief of staff of the United serious damage to crops in I, grasp at the stars but do life's entire closet to the storage of cabinet or shelvea. Anyone who States Army declared the canal area of approximately 1,000 acres

.t l 11/(0: common work as it cornea certain sewing equipment machine pressIng haa been on shipboard will remem- "unfortunately Is now a national In the vicinity of Doctor's Inlet in
Dr. J.
R. Watson
Clay County.
}p f i i that dally duties and dally bread board shelves for piece boxes ber the ingenious uae made of ev- political Issue. Consequently lit-
University entomologist reportedthat
J :' I are the sweetest things of life rod for hangers and places ery Inch of space. tle will be done on. It during the
efforts the
jj "Ii next few months. cooperative on For Expert Repairing.Smith's
part of crop growers In the area
l PAPER MILL TO OPEN and systematic fighting waa bring-

What Do You Need PORT ST. JOE-With Incorpor- ing the plague under control.
ue : ation papers for the Port St. Joe .

paper company filed at Fensacola PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS Garage
Edward Ball president of Almours 1 FOR THE SICK ROOM .

Securities, DuPont affiliate an-

;;1 H t In Printed Form, Office Sup plies, or Social Stationery? nounced this week that the new V'hen a member of the family Phone 120
J, $7,000.000 paper mill here will be gets as "cross aa a bear," look out .....
{ % (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!) operating within sixty days. Engineers for a spell. Find out If he baa
: of the company are on the fever.. If he has he will be dull Wrecker Service Day or Night
ground developing J details of con- and drowsy and his skin will be
LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS struction and to supervise the drill- 'dry and hot. Get him to bed. Get

Ing of several large wells. Mill officials the doctor, if you can, so you may

For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub- state that the plant Is to know at once what you are up .
Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon Include installation of machines to against, and do everything the doc- F

_ d'' more colors Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking manufacture newsprint paper from tor tells you. Give the medicine
Southern pine pulp as soon aa the exactly how and when he says.
work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads.
} technical research now under way This may save a life.

variety. proves that the product can be] See that the bed is in a comfortable -

produced satisfactorily In commer- place. In winter, put It

.,i ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS cial quantities. No newsprint will where an opening door won't let
ENVELOPES be sold however, until there is sufficient the cold air atrlkke it. In summer
i :,, Of course you knew we carried typewriter production to satisfy the pull It out between the windows,

_ a ,,I Sure you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding needs of the consuming trade and let the breeze blow strong and \

t4 from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa- m tl''" '

tdi t dl about as much personality and individuper rolls! upon which you add up to see ,'

ality as another striped suit at the State ..how much money you'd have if everyone And the Worst is Yet to Come--- yayyr4.

Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did-
n't have to pay the ones they send you. ..


tj ; a Some business houses stopped sending}

ti these out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers when ,, 1 I .

time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do '

( : expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked I I // ///// ,/ I
N bond in all sizes-even that extra long legal ,
a three cent stamp. We have a very special -
rv size that you can never borrow fron: |I
ti ,
1 i price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin

P 1 for making copies. I i I I III' i ..:, I" RELIEVE CONGESTION


t For business political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS SPEED TRAFFIC
a : :: iiiLi
Is Either printed engraved or embossed. Rubber bands, gem clips, all kinds of 3 ? INCREASE SAFETY

Too many styles to name but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can

_ here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There community today can afford narrow,congested road
reasonable. must be other that escape us just No 1 streets.

.. now, but you canthings ask.

Today's swollen traffic clamors for "elbow room."The prac,

WEDDING INVITATIONS y tical answer is to widen crowded roadways with concrete.
J ,
LEGAL BLANKS Restores normal speeds. Eliminates congestion. Provide

t' The folder type in white or the new Don't bum your I legal I blanks-buy them ample room for passing. Saves countless hours. Intrtaitttajity.

h3 ivory color. If you must economize on this j from us. We have everything you'll need And wider roads boost business.

item have line that looks like
we a engravwhether you're buying a cow or mortgag-
y ing:, feels like engraving, but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks will do every- Whether you build new roads or widen old be sure to demand

; .'like engraving thing but pay the mortgage. Igrt1O11ro ( concrete-the safest and most economical pavement
for modern traffic.
3 Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James 15 NEEDS CONCRETE

rPY'({ Bradford County Telegraph '- 'h. .. PORTLAND, CEMENT Hun Atlanta Building,Ca.ASSOCIATION

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CIIUKCII -I his. wife. She 'l4
had friends the amount of ransom notes found In numbers there
-- were more thana tbelr feet! Don't throw the tear.
qt B1pTIST CHURCH and a telephone. Other men in the in it Bugs Meyers entered the bar hundred men In It now, half as gas bombs too far!" (

c. PrIce. Putel' UVPisonurza shop told their wives They had and was appealed to for confirmation many women and boys. Cries of Why didn't the Sheriff and his (
.daY Sch 10 o'clock a. m,. telephones--and friends. In stores, of thler heated Imaginings. hatred thirst for revenge, thirst deputies use their guns? Again 'i ,

Thomsa Suptanlog on the streets, at bars, the talk all Bugs snickered. "I hate to disappoint for blood, began to be heard and again the mob had advanced J

1 I WorshiP, 11 .. m. f a+usuur w+rcbr came back the arrest of one of the ya but we didn't find Any- Sheriff Hummell warned by only to be driven back by the gas, '\
1111:1: p. m. kidnappers. Each teller under the thing In his car. We ripped it to Bugs Meyers was waiting on the only to reform and return to the b '
f.P. Worahlp 1:30: p. m. feeling of Importance the spreadLug pieces! top step leading up to the double attack. I

;yea: Teacbers Meeting, Widnes7:13 -- of news gave him added some- "We know you found that ran doors of the two-story frame build- "There he Is; that's him!" he 1
S IJ1, SYNOPSISIoeV1IsoIa thing new. Rumor became fact som money in the car." stated ing with Iron bars at the windows. heard voices crying and immediately b }
: p. Wee and to me. It'a not only the car. Your He had tried to bad Dawson.
: Prayer aerylce Katherine Grant escape re Two deputies,, shotguns In their stones crashed against the
id.Wk, m his $30 week marry ea description kind of fits about fused to answers questions without "Yeh! Ten grand" horned In a hands, flanked him. The Sheriff walls of the jail the bars at his.

yBP ___ west' te teach a In Job, so ehe goes five feet, eight Inches. Solid, first being allowed to telephone his. stranger, pushing his way up to opened his mouth to speak, but his window.
Chore.B a high school and broad shoulders, light hair." Chicago lawyer His car had the bar "Hid under the seat. That'o words were drowned In an oubturat Joe ducked down, sprang to the
Mstnotfisl+Montgomery. Pastor. help brothers save up money. Joe and his "But that would fit a million been saerched and a lot of the what the lock-up; keeper's wife of Jeers and catcalls from the mob. door of his cell, grabbed the br
M. out ef Jobs take "
School-10 a. m. tion an op men! ransom bills discovered in it said." The stranger thrust: himself for- and shook them wildly, shouting:
on a run-down
isuaW Worship-II a. m. garage. A race "Read that The Sheriff handed five thousand. ten thousand dol "What does she know?" demanded ward. "Lock-up! Guard! Come here! I
track la built
I K&League7:3Qp.m.RrMiloff! : make close by and they him a laboratory note, an analysis lars.The Bugs. "I tore up the car myself "Sheriff, we want to talk to this want to talk' to the Sheriff!"
J Worship. 8 p. m. Joe starts money to so drive fast that by fall of a bit of paper dropped by one town was buzzing like a hor- and I ought to know. All the ransom Wilson guy." "No shooting! Get more of the.

; invited to all these .ery to to Catherine's of the kidnappers. It was a partof net' neat. The Associated Press money this Wheeler-Wilson "Boys," warned the Sheriff, tear-gas bombs! came Hummell
You are get married. Almost there he a bag that had contained salt got a wire from Its correspondentin he calls himself--had was one five "keep out of this. We don't know voice
.la stopped by armed men on a ed peanuts. Saga. dollar bill." yet whether the man's Innocent or "Lock-up! Lock-up! Bring the

pre- yterun"Church: lonely road. "Am I the only peanut eater in ,| "Bubbles" Dawson loafer notorious A suddeft hush fell upon the guilty. The District Attorney la Sheriff! I can prove I'm all right!

George H. Lowry. Minister: the country!" exclaimed Joe. "Why I trouble-maker, often In Jail, crowd, broken by a sneer of triumph checking on him now. Which ever Let me talk to somebody! I Qon't
10:00 y t. m. -Sabbath SchooL CHAPTER TWO you' -" stood before a bar with some of from Dawson: "There ya he Is, he's under the protection of want that mob on me! Tell the

11:00: A M. Morning Worship; "Mind showing me what you've hla satellites, treating them to beer. are! Who does that make a liar out the law." Sheriff to 'phone my girl. She'

:aD by the pastor. THE R.NSOlBILL got In your pockets?" A man named Burmelster, drink of? Walt till I shove that down After the jeers that met his waiting for me. She'll tell you whoI

Young Peoples Ve.r .- I "I should say not!" Joe emptied ing seltzer water was saying: the Sheriffs throat! words had subsided he continued: am. Her name Is Katherine

S Dim The scraggly man, vest hanging his pockets. "Keys, handkerchief "And while I didn't vote for Hum "Yea-a, Dawson! shouted! someone "As long as I stand her you can Grant"

I IlL .Evening Worship. open over a shirt buttoned at the my license, a little money some mell for Sheriff, his promptness in "Attaboy! Come on!" Amid yell yourselves hoarse but you (To he continued)
p. collar but without a tie, instead of peanuts. catching this kidnapper is moat whistlings. and catcalls. Bugs won't see this man. e--

a eewo04 Baptist Church answering, asked Joe a question. The Sheriff examined the five commendable." Meyers now really alarmed, sneaked "Then you won't stand. there TilE LOW DOWN

iII" L O. Hemingway. PuterSerViCes "You weren't lettln' any grass and one dollar bills shoved over Durkin, the tailor over his. beer out, while a man named Garrett, long!" "We'll move you!" called Absolute knowledge I have none

1 every Sunday. Bible grow under your wheels, were to him, consulted a list of figures said: "They can't try him too quickto who had been one of those to visit voices from the mob. But my aunt's washerwoman's
110:15: : a. m. Services at 3:30: you?" on his desk and called: "Bugs!" suit me." the Sheriff, tried to reason with "Well, then, I ought to tell you sister's son, !

lock la afternoon. "Oh, speeding," grinned Joe, re- In answer, the man who had arrested Dawson, about to break Into the the men. "Everybody's getting too that the militia Is on the way Heard a policeman on his brat

B.\PT1ST- CHURCH lieved. "I was in a hurry" Joe appeared suddenly. conversation was shoved aside by excited The Sheriff's okay. Thisis here." Say to a laborer on the street,
srrIlEL Pastor "Illinois license plates," inter Sheriff Hummell counted the mon- George Plppen a portly man heavy none of our business." The hubub suddenly died down; That he had a letter Just last
1ev. L A. Donnley first Sunday. rupted the man with the shot- ey In Joe's pocket-book "Check with dignity. He" ordered bourbon "No?" shouted the stranger. "IfI the mob looked at one another w ekWritten
Services every gun. these bills against the numbers of and addressed BurmeIster: lived In this town I'd make It my startled shocked. The armed In the finest Greek 4

Sunday School. 2:30 p. m.Services "Sure Chicago. Say, what Is the ransom banknotes." "We've been discussing at the business. What are you eggs? guardians of the law remained purposefully From & Chinese coolie In Tlmbuc- !

Bible! Study and Prayer this?" Joe dropped a hand from Bugs Meyers at a desk Chamber of Commerce luncheon Soft-boiled, that you don't stick up alert on the jail steps. too k ;

fj Saturday nightFlrst the; wheel. ing the five dollar bills with compar-a list about what a great publicity break for a kidnapped girl?" And as yet there had been no Who said that the Cubans In Cuba ,

Church "Keep that fist up there!" of numbers whistled closed the our capturing this Chicago fet In the silence that followed Garret sign of the mllltla. knew ,;

Christian Pastor "I haven't got a gun. If that's roll-top desk and shoved a list of low's going to give our little city: demanded: "Who are you ?" Parked automobile lights pickedout Of a colored man In a Texas town ''t'' r
gev. W T. what you mean. Peanuts won't kill numbers under the Sheriffs -assuming, of course, that the "Just passln' through. I been up the forms of the Sheriff and his Who got It straight from a circus ,' '
Bible School, 10 a. m. eyes. leaders of the community see he is 't Capital City strike-breaking; for two deputies. Courage came back clown,

Communion, 11 a. m. r- brought to justice." the street-car company. Maybe ya Into the turbulent mob. Dawson That a man in Klondike heard the ,
[ChrIstian Endeavor, 7 p. m. i : I Burmesiter nodded his mutton need some help here too." the stranger; and a woman drew news t I''

Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 neck gravely. 'We'll see to that, "Not from mugs like you!" ex- cloHer. Garrett followed; he addressed From a gang ,of South American

Am.Hpreachinj. all right. We'll go to the Sheriff claimed Garrett Hummell Indignantly: Jews, t'
? Second and Fourth "Here lay off him!" shouted didn't tell us about
and get It straight from him! you "Why you And someone far In Borneo
jjjdays 11 a, m. and 8 p. m. I "Now you're talkin', burst In Dawson "The Sheriff made a the five dollar bill? You had a Who heard a man who claimed to \

r9. w' t Dawson. "We'll go now! C'mon, monkey out of you too. Men, this chance." know I
St Marks Episcopal Church 1> fellows!" gent's right We ought to be "Now you'll see 'men' act," cried A swell society female fake,
Service on second, fourth and 4 .. ashamed of ourselves, lettln a Dawson. Whose mother-in-law will undertake }

nil Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. I c o CHAPTER THREE!: stranger show us the ropes!" "Let him have It!" "Let's go!" '

Litany and choir practice at Amid renewed Whistlings, catcalls "Give It to him!" cried voices, and To prove that her husband's sta.
!30 o'clock on Friday nights pre- dam TilE MOB-MIND IN ACTION and cries of "He's right! the mob surged forward. ter's niece "I
dug Sunday services -- "Let's do something!" "Hop to IU"! Katherine Grant, having arranged Has stated In a printed piece, "

Sheriff Hummell received the a youth leaped upon a chair and with her landlady for a sort of That she has a son who has a

Graham Christian Church +a"P delegation In his bfflce. He sat at shrilled: wedding supper for Joe and her- friend
Rev. C. C. Johns Pastor "Come on! Let's have some fun!" ,
his desk and faced the half dozen self, and warned the minister that Who knows when the depression i
Service second and fourth Sun- men gravely, Now' possessed of but a single they would be at his house to be Is going to --Selected.

I vjt} 11 a. m and 8 p. m. "I'm trying to locate the Dist Idea, the men hurried out of the married at four o'clock, had goneto ---0

Bible School every Sunday 3 p.m. fJ' rict Attorney, and we'll get at the bar, walking rapidly, silently for Sycamore Corners to meet Joe. There are two meanings to the "i"

Service every Sunday night 8 truth as fast as possible. Till we doI the most part, towards the j"l1- It was now hours past the time he word "birthday." It may be used 1 f//

D. have no right to make a state grim-faced, marching In unison, hail Met for her to be there and to designate the day upon whichone if
, Prayer meeting: Wednesday Joe Identified him ment" like a squad of soldiers. As they there wan no sign of him. A pas Is born or It may be used to J

l self his Chicago "Ordinarily, Sheriff yes" said progressed, other men and boys, senger-bus with a crew of newsreel mean the. anniversary of bIrth 0
,gave Burmelster. "But there's with of who -- --
address and asked a pretty a sprinkling women cameramen. Inside slopped for i
r nervous feeling in town- ." 'I guessed their purpose, joined the sandwiches and directions to Saga. e
j what he was charged "We a right to know about The crowd gathered cour- '
got group. When they had gone, the owner of :
I BOB with. this kidnapper" cut in Dawson age as It went along and Increased the hot-dog stand came In shaking
r. ----. '-- -- ---' -.-- ___t_, -as ---Y-- -I-.., .. his head

I Comments On Here .. ..- ....._..-....- .,-- I It "The things that happen! They
you, will they? I haven't had any "Here! Under the five dollar got somebody they suspect of that 1

And HereafterThe breakfast yet." series. See! L49677308B. Sameas kldnappln' at Sngu. Fella says his.
"Salted peanuts ?" asked the on this bill of his! Man, Is thisgotn' name's Joe Wilson The mobthere's I, .,

returnedm man with a peculiar Intonation to be a sensation trying to make him con- '
writer has just "
' in "Yes. Why? Hash barked and flew at Bugs' fesM.' Could You Ask? Y 'j t i it
an evangelistic campaign You
"I ain't anawerln' questions.
-imilton. Ontario. The Canadians legs. Bugs pushed the dog away "Joe Wilson ?" mild Katherine
out Wilbur
are. C'mon, get ,
,re loyal to the crown. Great and started to leave the office dazedly. "Joe?" Then she realized .
who shot-
he called to the youth ,
Sntain!! has great power through- in hand, had been watching "Keep It to yourself Bugs or- what It meant and her voice sharp- I t

'ht the world. England Is prob- gun Intently, "you drive his car. I'll dered the Sheriff. "Wilson, tie up qfl v' Ai ened In an agony off ear." He's. 30,000 Miles on Tire. j

?aljr the most stable government In take him In with me." that dog of yours" He gave Joea He's the man I'm waiting forto .
)>Ire!s world yet there Is unrest In "What right demanded Joe piece of clothesline from his marry! Where's a car? Lend me
'be British Isles, In Canada, In Inland desk. Joe tied Hash to the radia- i your car! Please. I've got to get tProvenRuggedReliable
t'. more or less unrest in all hotly, you- tor. rr there!" !

;ihe b British colonies. As a matter with"Shut the upl Sheriff.You" can pow-wow. "If I'd stuck to the main Instead ''7 y: ; N "The boy's got my car In town, 4 4t

!'fl d fact, there never has been a Joe could get nothing further of trying a short cut-" he murmured Mlxa. I'm"When's- '

-me when there was such world- out of his captor. to himself. 'Sheriff, let me the next bus?"

, ,iiychlc) about this unrest. UnIt found Tad than that I can 'phone my- "
' the sheriff's office he "But I ve got to get to Joe!
! makes men build homes ac- He broke off closed his jaws t "
Hummell to be a slow-speaking Whal'll do" She looked from the
'mulate fortunes, and build clvtlllUon type of American, long, lean and firmly, for on the police circular old man to his wife, who had been '
' yet unrest destroys the muscular, with /loose carriage, a was a line "-and a young wom- no sympathetic, In helpless terror, Coupea-Se -Tl'\ICka i
ones, wrecks the fortunes, and flat Jaw and a firm though scraw- an accomplice." He must not 1 ( Then she ran out of the hot-dog FOR SALE BY
' Cries of hatred thirst for
'Wrthrowa the civilization. If thewdem k revenge
: He blue bring Katherine Into it. stand took the road that the bus ,
neck. wore a serge
ny t 6 heard"' r
unrest could be harnessed suit without a vest "Phone your what?" asked Hum- thirst for blood began to be with the cameramen on board had Henry A. McClellan b
ty the gospel which "is. the power his mell watching him closely. If Joe's life de-
* Joe Identified himself gave taken running as WIU.YH DEALER
God unto salvation to everyone Chicago address and asked whathe "Phone my brothers, I'll pay for r, pended upon her swiftness 1
'ht believeth," the whole world was charged with. Sheriff It. Look, I got that bill In change 4 From his second-floor front cell, '. t

l ildbe saved. The unrest 'of the Hummell merely asked another some place-a store, gas stationI iSHi _..snsi WAw Tatern world Is largely directed by question: don't know where. Take me "There he is! that'* him!" knowledge that It was he the mob Or Write
Mlesa "
::1 W and atheistic Influence. "Well Mr. -er-Wilson, where back over the line-" he heard voices crying was after, heard the Sheriff say: Southern U'llly Dlntrll>ut r.

means destruction. were you last night" "If you are mixed up with this "I don't know he la a kidnapper "Here they come again! Aim' at Rat Fe chtr -Atlanta, Ua. a'

C "I was driving all night" gang. !It wouldn't be very smart ,of ", ___ --- __n.n_ jlsi-- vnlt -. r.J. .
Men cannot be saved en masse. "On that old road?" me to let you telephonethe T Dawson bristled. "Whafre you -.-

'tome: Christian worker said. "If I "I got lost trying to find a short Sheriff was saying when Bug. doln', Hummell Tryln' to protect

id one thousand souls to save I cut to Capital City." Meyers came back. this weasel?"

"Wild save them one at a time." "And the night before" "I went through his car, Sheriff. The sheriff slowly draped a leg

\* e matter of fact that Is the "Camping out. Nothln In it." over the arm of his chair. "That's r

My way you can save men. Sheriff Hummell picked up a Hummell summoned the lock-up pretty comical. Dawson you teaching

; fcmentally, all men are alike. sheet of paper, face down on his keeper and turned Joe over to him. me law and order! You've been I

lie looks of men may differ, but desk and looked at It closely. He "Take care of this stranger Frank stirring up trouble for law and order ar., a l sr r t.R
cider the skin in the soul men pushed a pack of cigarettes to- and go through his. clothes Sure ever since you got Into knee ?

" the game everywhere. Of wards Joe "Smoke.1 you haven't forgot anything Wilson pants Anything more I can H' 9

arse some are cultured and "No. thanks." ?" do for you gentlemen?"
'ne are not. Some are educated Still reading the paper, the sheriff "My watch." said Joe, unstrap "No offense meant, Sheriff," said

"W others are not. but all the shoved a bowl of nuts towards ping It, "and this ring. It's too Plppen Importantly. "I'm sure we
11IIe. take off but maybe you
to ,
everywhere human nature Joe. "Some peanuts can count on you to keep every
' "
Ibe same Men must be dealt "Now you're talking my language could cut It off. thing ship-shape. Good afternoon."
?lib that habit "I'll have to hold you for the
Individually. That was the Sheriff. I've bad All of the delegation except Dawson *
*w>d Jesus employed. You may ever since I was a kid. I've always District Attorney Wilson" but started to follow Plppen out

'illize 14 men en masse. You can or- got some In my pocket." you'll get a square deal. said the of the office. Dawson swaggered to NORTHERN POINTS '

armies en masse. You may "Wilson, where did you say you Sheriff. belligerently to the Sheriffs desk i ;
it t. !men In political campaigns spent night before last?" Joe was And Joe was locked up. "I'U tell you one thing Hum DMStto r.d.cti sM la laces to practically all N.cUVcaouaunlfr P

m masse, but when it comes to startled at the grimness in the Bugs Meyers went to Hector'sbarbershop mell; my friends won't be satisfied qY-v ant dtl.s a.H.otivo. at ._.. tM sew rat.

t wMion." it la "whosoever will." Sheriff voice."Camping where being an twitted aide I i with what those pillars of society"he ....uctt... .. __..... aJrectla needy sesy t" t
a personal matter. It Is, "Be- out." to the Sheriff he was : nodded towards the retreating city sad la the Last ud 141d-West-
asu eve on the Lord Jesus Christ and "Why" about police failure to accomplish backs of Plppen and BurmelaUr .__,*_a.seDr.aY.c.t.s eta.- vood ."...,. day. e*.rr schedule. on the finest '

"Y Ihalt be saved. It Is "If "Why. for the I. It a crimeto anything In the Peabody kidnap "tell 'em. An attack on a girl hits NEW YORK 16.20 Itu_ Including United run. The same tow faze. ;'

14 man thirst, let him come unto give yourself some fresh air' after ping case. said us ordinary people where we live. CHICAGO __ 16.45 to an citi.. la Florid with beqnenl Kh"' '''... ti ?
drink'Tk. living In a smoky city all your "If you public servants, An' we're going to see that politics CINCINNATI 10.95
life? Look! What am I suspected Jorgenson, a barber, quitplaytn' don't cut any Icltl" DOLLAR-A.DAY MEALS
you'dbring I'lTTSIlUKCII ,
all day maybe
cards -
greatest benefactor the of? I got a right to know. In Hummell's voice heightened with M.al l slope on Greyhound and Florid Motor
tilt eVer law 'la the soul-winner The Sheriff turned over the pa- somebody to justice once temper. "I'm going to see that a INDIANAPOLISDETROIT -- 13.60 linos have boon carefully el.ct.d *l

thoudollars! per on his desk, slid It across to a while." lot of half-baked rumors don't ,_ 16.80 choico road-tldo .*".,... or *l principal si*. r
to keep his boy off the Bugs had been taunted with police either! Now high-tall out of here. JACKSONVIU-K ,__,_._-$ JMXJM tloiu. You can got hill dolldoue moUfcntkfuU e
bola Joe.It describIng Inactivity before and was TAMPA luncheon and dtonor-totaling r- '
gang when he deserves the was a police circular And behave yourself or I'll have --------- ---'- -
1Ah In connection on the subject He lost TALLAIIAMHEB ... 2.O not oar a dollar a day. Ajoplo tIm. fa
gang, wanted touchy -
Idea A person will give all a young man and turned nasty the county take you and your OAINEHVILLK .so glees to on/oy/ t.._
tIJ and his -?
kidnapping temper
m have a surgeon operate with the If I relatives off the dole. ATLANTA .,.. .25 '
? What'd ya say ----- --- rN
daughter to save her from holding for ransom of the young "Oh yeah The Sheriff put through a call to NEW ORLEANS 8.836.SO ;
path rl The! soul winner keeps the daughter of Charles P. Peabody. a told ya I Just raked In about a guy those who the Governor and was assured that BIRMINGHAM .?- .-- UNION BUS STATION

from the death that.in eternaL wealthy resident of the county. may know something and the Sheriff the mllltla would be ready In case CHARLESTON, H. C. ?.. 4J 0round MRS E.!: II. SMITH, Agent -
-- might well fit Joe. kidnappers? Me Further reduction on 120-W '
Court House
t* -- The description of an emergency. Opposite
>I leia? "qula and Powdered And the man had had a well-used gave him the works.disobedience of theSheriff's Back In the bar. "Bubbles" Dawson Trip, l a, J JY

tiHzer8ucc, afu"y used as pmt! car much like Joe'a, and with Illinois Bugs Meyer's Instructions started the was unconsciously, workinghimself t
Germany. license plates. and his friends and some
In the ex
-- That I'm sus ball of rumor to rolling. In the
ft. -fr i "You mean me? about of the more excitable men
I&mhiiiA/"Can/ ** Why its the craziest thing I ever cited state of public opinion that a room Into a mob spirit. They
the news
ovens. cooping large thousands of cars like the kidnapping, with the reason for ripping'
0Ite bl out -There are had been arrested spread started ',,'1'Q
lea rf( e hula and win g stone that and In Illinois too." suspect Hector telephoned up Joe's auto and gradually raised
doors like wildfire.
"Makes pretty !good sense,

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;wt ,1 Bradford f Telegraph I TALK LP ROAD 28 4SAt

; < County State Road No. 28 Is completed.Hard TOO LATE liJ

to believe, perhaps, but
i Established 1877 never-the-lesa it is a fact
') This highway that we fought for TO.CLASSIFY
J I ft MEMBER == ; and boosted for years is now fin mt ncsset.1. KATe.eret.rr k
: l v SFLORIDrVpRESS ASSOCIATION ished, cutting the distance from FIrM lee.. AMU. *
/ Lake City to Daytona Beach by 'fNK
,j 4 ,' \ 1935. more than thirty miles. N

..' 3otwatd :3lotida': Now that we have Road 28 It Speaking of lusty youngsters, ,

Ji .. the Florida Revision League
-- Is up to us to continue to talk :Tax .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class!I about It and boost it. Travel over reached IU first birthday this

I Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, Florida this fine stretch of highway is not month, and for a one-yearold: rd

.. yet heavy for the simple reason say it was a howling success. Few
-' -- -
.I that do not know that babies have commanded more at-
E. L. Matthews__ .___ __.._.___ _Editor and Owner the final many stretch people between Bunnell tentlon or shown such amazing 1 e1Ka

___ ._ ._ h .. _. .__ ..___ and San Mateo. Is now ready for progress In so short a period I

; SUBSCRIPTION RATE traffic.If It started right In to kick the

f you have friends In the north, slats out of the. cradle and in no
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months75c-Payable In Advance
write and tell! them about this time at all it was crawling 'round,
Advertising Rates on Application great saving In time to the East pokin into this and that, and ev- .
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Coast, for Starke wilt never bene ery now and then I U would drag 1.w.r'PETS
fit greatly from Road 28 until It is somethin' out in the open that was )

By RED KERCE advertised.The downright embarrassln like pullin' I
< city of Daytona Beach has the two-job skeleton: right out on k j

been doing a fine Job of broadcastIng the parlor rub In front of everybody
Men invest in stock and! women in stockings: the good news. That enterprising .

1 o resort city has paid for radio It got Its name..in the paper' be-
and newspaper advertising In fore it old and bein
was a week ,
# Whatever those fellows who gaze through telescopes see several states to the north of us, a cute, slaver,JitUe, rascal it man- MAt QOIer W

beyond/ us. but Daytona cannot do the Job aged to front ..
stay on the page .. 9< 8" -
alone. .
o pretty much. tot Of
: -
Talk about Road 28-travel 1 over course it mfttlg a.lot; of racket and
Note to winter : Dearest, all .i is forgiven ; please come It yourself so you can better describe woke: up aloj of, taxpayers'who,

hock. We need you. It to your fiends- nd watch lad, been .sleopln peacefully for .along

I tourist travel Increase through time, and It made a few of
} t Starke. the neighbors downright Boyd by
The Taxpayer Need a Battle Cry"-Headline. What --- .-- messln up their,jplayhousa.

$" er ; lugs he left to fight for? THE NEW LIGHT RATE But altogether It proved a pret ,

4 oNo By allowing electricity ty popular kid and when Mr.. Burton ; ,
ers here a ten per cent consum-// set out to It ,
give a good spankn -
punishment costs more or comes dearer than being accidentally -
their bills are paid before
and called on the folks to help I
} run over by a gravy train. enth day of each month the City him. it wound up by hurtln' Mr. -

b i -i Council and the City Bond Trustees Burton more than it did the __
" ( have taken a step that will allow a
The Woman's Club is to be its League. 1tQ.
: ; t congratulated on good lower rate and will enrourage pa-
} I Although it's only a year old. i--

work during the recent "clean-up o Week trons To to the pay person their bills unfamiliar promptly.with great the League deal and has whether accomplished a person a

: the circumstances It sometimes
appears -
i Al Smith has started on his walk, and so far we haven't I that the rate on electricity agrees with its primary purpose D

: '? heard of anyone trying to'call him back. trom Starke's municipal plant I la or its program for tax revision and
a reorganization! of government, I SR 1i Jl
but different Is
high, a light
most wiuradmjt\ that the
thrown on the matter when It I. everyone VW'"taJKlL
I Add similes: About as much of a surprise as when the .explained that most of the expenses organization has worked consist e/ ."
ently In the best Interests of the
; Democratic Convention re-nominated Roosevelt. of the city's governmentas '
' : Q well as payments onthe plan taxpayer and.W a, state,as a .whole DMENS:;:born in St.; Petersburg Russia was :THE WHITE PRICKLY POPPY U related l |

: equipment come out of these pro And the good,. work ,of" 4tnLeague'will forced to leave bis country because of politthe Red Poppies of Europe and the Go

It Newspapers should get a larger volume of "positions ceeds. Collection of city taxes has 1IO 'oeaae_ with the seal intrigue 'and eventually became engaged in Poppies of the West, but unlike them hal de<

{ wanted" advertising now that the campaign is over. been so in recent that close of the present political: campaign -
3 poor years business at Longwood Florida. In 1885 he purchased oped delicate spines that prick' the hand atl t(
the light plant must bear the : : it begins its second year the charter of the Belt .
.0 Orange Railway, lag to pluck them. A strikingly handsome pl|
with a move to modernize our state
', +' "What would you do if you.had a million dollars," queriesa brunt However of operating, consumers expenses.will be glad election lawsxand bring about the .and with three associates immediately began construction it .is abaadaat ia the neglected fields of Flan

making the eastern terminus at Lake and begins to bloom In early spring. It hiS liij
writer. Well, what physician would you suggest? hat the city has seen Its way clearto use of voting machines instead of
s ,, o : allowing a discount, and they the written balot.Furtbermorer! Munroe. After many discouragement and colos white ftow.r.and gray-green leaes.sal .

.; as should show their appreciation by; it continues to pry financial difficulties the road was eventually THE FLORIDA JAY which is closely rely
;, The next real job for the statistical experts is to figure completed to the Williams tract what is St. to the Blue
taking advantage of the offer and into governmental costs and only now Jay, Is restricted entirely to Flj

'it how many hitch-hikers there are for every automobile.A paying their light bills promptly on last week pointed. out the excessive Petersburg, where In June. 1888 the first train Ida. Th. nests are loosely constructed. with <

: o lie first of each month. costs of operating the State RacIng arrived. Demens, however, was forced to sell out, twigs lined with grass, usually built in scrub <

.-. Commission which has increased and left Florida never te"rfatra and never to seethe bushes. Occasionally second
'q A Yeadom, Pa., girl is trying to locate her parents. Has a brood n
COULD YOU USE S120? from $:)Oja9 In 1932 to
phenomenal growth ef St. Petersburg of tothe .
she thought to try first and locate the family automobile? V. W. Peterson Milwaukee official 9312,483 for the present sea.on.1 day. same season.

4 o of the United States Depart- and asks why.'Sponsoring.

The Punta Gorda Herald thinks it is more flattering to ment costa of Justice, figures in America that crime 'the revision and GARLIC AND ONIONS Illustrious line of ancestry.But I I be there In time for the accldi
person anaverage
every modernization of our tax structure
lie bawled out by some people than to be flattered by others.o of $120 a year. He says to assure equitable distribution of Who eats onions and garlic at Taberah they seem really and has made many Floridians|
to have had scions of the they play In j
that one in eighty-four eltl something to cry part
:-- every the tax load and a reorganization We ask this question, not because -
p Miami is paying five cents for rat that is brought lens Is the victim of some crime of all units of government and the we think any of our dollar- about. They were hungry and motlng highway traffic safety
every fancy reverted to the a great work Aaher'a doing an|
f once during every twelve months. elimination otwome 1497 boards and-nlnely-eigbt-ccnt millionaires. appetizing;
p in dead or alive. This does not apply to the two-legged va- In this day of limited budgettathere and commissions'' with tax-levying or Urs. Ne-vrlch: or Irs. Gotroxt repasts of onions, garlic and fish congratulate him and his com
few who could they had eaten in Egypt; and to tee on the progress made. .W
P riety. are people authority the 'League baa a pro- > llu. V.Tiat-a-wad: is golnf to '
t y ? not use $120 to a better advantage this very day we don't know of Haven. Chief.
V _0- gram that strikes a popular chord ackuo leugd cJilLig to)In, but beci.a.j -
t than to feed and clothe anything that onions and garlic go : .
helping and gives promise of even graete ; h It gives :sn excuse to say
k Cheer up! Remember you are probably the fifteen mil- some criminal while he Is lockedIn accomplishment during Its second some things that we want to say., better with than fish. i ARE COTTON ROADS ft El:

lionth person who has lived in this old world and survived its prison paying the penalty for year. Nobody eata the healthful and Do we eat onions and garlic ? An Interesting experiment j

knocks. some offense against his fellow fragrant onion. Ask twenty people You're darned whlatlln' we .do. be tried on a large scale wbeq

(man.Think In choosing to run for the late especially women and flappers A fish chowder without a gentle United States Government m
I' li'' o of the many many things Senator Fletcher's seat In the about eating onions, and nineteen flavor of garlic lacks Just that available to various States l(

General Summerall says the canal Isn't dead. From you could do with 120 extra dollars United States ,Senate rather than of the twenty will vehemently assert much of,being "chowder" so. far as 000 yards of large mesh c

where'we tit it seems to be giving a fairly good imitation, a year and then lend what cooperation for Trammell's, It appears to me that they "just can't stand the we are, > concerned. fabric to be used In road bUll
r i'' however. you can to law enforcement that Claude Pepper Is exercising scent of the miserable things. The, And this brings us down to gar or repair.

officers In their attempt to mighty good judgment.Coneldering'the.outcome. single exception among the twenty lie. Cotton growers' are Interest

t : --o stamp out crime. of his may'in a sort of apologetic manner A week ago /somebody sent Cur the possible development of a j

Someone has wisely said that a typical American Is one o previous race there exists a most admit that she sometimes use ry Douglass a "rope" of garlic market for the staple, but bigeQ&'lneel'8

i''i who makes money at his own trade and loses it monkeying GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH kindly feeling for Claude throughout a little onion for flavoring soups about six feet long. There must are anxious to I
j ;< with something else. If you paid your poll tax this the state and a general feeling for the family but that she personally have been a hundred of the roots I claims that the fabric will i p
in order to vote roadil
are cer in
year you I development of holes
that regardea who<< else may announce despises the things.It or bulbs. Now they are all gone. .
If talnly getting your money's worth. ,' Claude Pepper Is entitledto is hard, to find eVeJ'- a man and Curry assures us on his honor to. severe weather and climate.r
First the first and second
t r: Matrimony began in the earliest days of mankind, says a, came elections June lied first .consideration. Had he who will honestly admit that be U' a gentleman and scholar that As we understand it. use ofi
primary ,
; ii writer. A lot of people are making an infant industry of it, will be the special senatorial primary been forced to run in opposition to likes onions. In the face of this all of them were sold. We triedto fabric will be limited\ to sec*
Doyle Carlton, It would have coat 'practically: unanimous testimonyit get him to tell us who had lateral roals, rather these
; however. of August with the possibility I I
,I ,, him many votes and much powerful might seem'that the good old bought some of them, but he highways. The idea is-a
t 4 0 of a second primary In September. support In South Florida" from cheerful onion;I.about' the-moat wouldn't do It. He did say bow- of tar. the fabric, and then Inlayer
Citizens la Starke will have
+ Nobody should kick about those who for one reason or another unpopular vegetable In DeFuniak I ever,that none of them had been of tar on top.
t paying poll taxes this to make X's on ballots In the city
would feel it their duty to Springs. sold to member of the CrackerboxClub If the experiments prove
Look at all the candidates who were running that you didn't election also In September, and stand by Doyle even though friendly This is ,an evil reputation that or people In Happy Hollow. cessful after being tested by '

A want to vote for. then everybody election votes in November.Altogether again in. the and sympathetic towards Pep. the-: onion does not deserve and we He also stated that he sells about the benefits will be twofold to|
t general i bushel' of onions every. day. cotton who get a
herewith growers
o It looks like a busy our trenchant
per.With two senate vacancies- to be sword In his defense. Now, somebody eats all these market and to those who uacj
1 In to for those who take their
4 answer many inquiries we wish to state that the season
s and filled, we can look for as mad, It From ancient times the onion onions and garlic. Who Is it T roads, who will get cheaper
r game laws absolutely do NOT protect the fellow who asks, "Is should.voting seriously Don't miss- a chance everyone to not madder scramble as occurredin bas held an honorable place on the One day recently we met a ladyon better highways. .-- Plant
I it hot for the street and she was so highly Courier.
enough you? visit the polls and help put the best the governor's race with as bill of fare of people who enjoy .
perfumed with .
oNo man In office that you know of.. many U not more candidates.It good things to eat. I Roses" and Coty-s Houblgant's'Four XXXX -BOOSE\E1 I

'; ; sooner have we graduated from the school of hard -0--- Is too early yet to try and Referring to the Sacred! Scriptures Bottled In Bond Something or Small FLORIDA comfort FOR for tbe antij!|
foretell what will Almost
MRS. ALVAREZ RESIGNS happen. we find In Numbers; XI, 7, Other that the odor
knocks than Fate comes along. and decrees that we shall take The extreme regret with which anything: can;;and In any event the that the Children of Israel had ed our hat off and nearly the knock mlnlstrationlsts in the preside I

a post-graduate course. the State Tuberculosis Board received fray promises to be a mighty lively some sort e* s fit of "the larks" came to us that this thought vote In the primary. Claim sao
J the of Mr* J. midsummer frolic with bigger when maybe good the opposition to Roosevelt |
), o--_._. resignation they were encamped at Tab- lady had been eating onions and democratic r
Alvarez Its Bradford County and better sound wagons more rah New Deal In
M. as which ww probably some little *
r was trying to drown
l Governor the odor with
Talmadge will conduct his own campaign for : chairman can only be Imagined.For noise more hooey and greater "joint" about take Rock: HOI or terfume. would express Itself \In a heavy J

+I" U. S. Senator. The first thing he'll do. no doubt is to buy anew several years she has done whoopee than ever before. The Panama City, taut the sacred narrative Four or five bushels of onionsare of protest Labia are shatter The Pi
: service In this great. political circus return for a the complete returns.
pair of red suspenders.A yeoman capacity states tfiat the "chRfirea of not sold In DeFuniak Springs "du
lid It Is only because of the pressure special sumaser engagement with Isrel wept AGAIN (capital later for dent got:242,904. the
\ .- every day disinfecting .
; 27.982--
It of other duties that she has aD all new, an star cast The advance are our own,) ant saM: "We DeFuniak Herald. purposes opposing candidate

centenarian has false teeth made from the tusk of an given up the work here. sale of seats will start soon. remember the fhtt whfeik we Stdeat nine to one.

+, elfephant. Can't you imagine his.misery passing by Democrat Year before last Mrs. Alvares So get in line folks, get In line; no In Egypt freely: the cveosabers SAFETY It cannot'Be-srgued that
a pushed Christmas-Seal sales to the crowding or puahin'. Walt tin and the melons, anrt the leek, and Phil vote' wa light thereby de
#; without snapping at him? highest peak that they have ever your tara comes; beware of pickpockets the onions and the garBe.1 lous aa Barney be may wasn't have sounded half ae when face- strafing a.disinclination oo

t o reached in this county. Last year'ssales ; sod WATCH YOUR The reason we *put that word be remarked ta his Gulf Stream part of Democrats to vote sp"'

It is only a few steps from the cradle to the grave, and a were good but sbe was ua- STEP[ again" In capital letters to, because the other "y. "How about awarding the President although opp more I
able to on aa active campaign his The total,
t fellow there carry we want to mto It some a Itfe-eaving; medal I to Asher policies.
can get in less time
; than
that rocking the boat
of solicitation. For the goad The Qocns Mary Is so big that I more. The "children of Israel" Frank? He goes out. and 270.000, was far above the avej
after he is taken from the cradle. of this Important cause we hope wonder what the British will come seem to have been forever and I accidents before they even think stops of cast for state offices Com

4tI- a that the board .Ia able to find a over In next, when they try to eternally "weepingand betlyach- happen'ng'For' that's. really what I with Mr. Roosevelt's Floridaof

worthy successor to Mrs. Alvares come over In something bigger Ing about something. If some influential Asher does with his 242,000 Comptroller Lee
n The Dade City Banner runs a fairy tale to( this effect: who will be willing to make the Rumor has It they are trying to I member of the Cracker- overnor'a committee highly efficient 161.000 Treasurer Knot W 1

< t,, "Once upon a time there was a candidate who lost and admitted sacrifice of time and labor that is fit a propeller on the Isle of ErIn. box Club remarked: that he thought afety. Asher has been oo as public busy Attorney General LandiS 126 W'

that he was beaten by a better man." necessary for success.FLUSTERED. The Isle of Erin might as well It might rain tomorrow, the people 811 a politician at a political convention and Commissioner Mayo voloe come over here. The inhabitants More Florida democratsthe
immediately gave to 'their
going around
N Iti i. OR SMART ave.-Cal Tinney In New York feelings and -wept again." They preaching, the the state president than for any 0
gospel of
arrr Frank "Bring-em-Back Alive" Buck conducted a recent Bridegrooms are always forgetting Post. seem to have been strangely ad- First" and safe and sane "Safety drlvlnl'on man on the ticket. d
for Walter Winchell. S. The tables something at a wedding-either '.- dieted to Florida Is overwhelmingly
column P. turned ; they I. a lachrymose overflow the highways and has been instrumental -
the ring, the minister's fee, Too of ten "the politician who about ocratlc this as four yearnThe
r it ; are trying still to catch Mr. Buck dead or alive. or sometimes even to show up stumps, the state before' election he grand every hodag so often.of the Even'children Jacob umber. of In serious not only reducing accidents the GOP need year expect no NoVe",

t r ? o hemaeives. But about the funniest succeeds In doing It afterwards, of Israel". la said to have "lifted throughout. Florida the past two comfort here.-'-Tampa. TribuneAkron ..

;t, t t News reports say that Bernard Shaw eats while writing. Incident we've heard of so far occurred too.-Dallaa News. up htr voice and wept". the firstLimb years, but also in educating people -largest-

I; So far as the average person is concerned he could eat what when a In California the flustered other day ; he kissed his sweetheart. Now. to take their motoring seriously Ohio. Is the city lit
young man. by
Why not broaden 'that militaris what Jacob have done her manufacturing
may at atime and avoid '
lie writes and it wouldn't make a bit of difference. the wedding the becoming involved .in
ceremony gave ed tone on both aides of the Rhine, like that Is none of our business mishaps world.
j a: p'I' judge. a hasty kiss and handed the to take in all Trance and Germany or yours either. He probably bas on roads. Yes, Asher
'I' $10 fee to the bride. actually been -stopping accidents WOTHK .-
'' Other primaries will.be held in August September and a On second thought 'maybe tie ?-Boston .Globe. had his own.;;:satisfactory reasons before they even think of ,: Notice U h.r.by that.Ivan on ""all ref| i
for We It may concern ;
general election in November, with Christmas closely follow- ridegroob wasn't flustered. If ithadn't Scientists to dlsover weeping. merely mention happening.- has changed the of Au.u.t, ilia I will' 1
are going
try to this bit 08 llouforr
history to show that attitude of final and fit* *
!; jag in December. Poor October will have to take been for kissing the Judge the of headaches many a motor car driv- r.port A .
care of the source withbecoming he children of Israel had probably er from that set forth flat Discharge .a "E poW d.ceased. i
we might accuse him of Just betag out in the editorial the Ealalr of Minnl &
'personal.Toledo Inherited their
If smart I I Blade. pronounced predilection paragraph which said "Most E. ,YIL
for JOS.
: tears from a.lotL sad speeders drive that
way so they'll
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