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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 6, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Will Print Amendment 'aTaxList "r'v19ItIII' ; \ '! II0IiollrllupLtut1., \\ \ r

anners Consider Unless Court Enjoins, Churches To Hold cir Small This Tear; Locals I CelebrateBy City'Will Registration Be Opened July Hooks 12, %Vork1s1h11edOn



roposed Projector Secretary Secretary State Gray R. A.Says Gray Daily Bible Class Sale-August 6th Taking Game City Clerk-Announces:! Court House

The city delinquent tax list
City Clerk Carl Johns announced

Worm Control this-proceed proposed week with homestead announced the' publication tax that exemption he of would the For Young Pupils' which this week's runs for paper the should-first time not be In From Ocala Nine this books'for week the that city the of registration Starke win 1 By Board OrderFavor

amendment to the confused by readers with the county open at bin office In the City Hall r
constitution
Unless
list which was run for the final .
Saturday July 12, and will remain
lounty I* Willing To Furnish. he Is enjoined by the courts.A To Meet' In School Building Here time last week. Perryman Pitches r-. Fine flume And open through Saturday August 11. -
Mfdlcln For Fight On circuit' court Injunction prohibiting For Two-Week! Study The city tax sale will be held In Given Errorless Voters who wish to qualify Favor Delay In
Pest publication of the homestead Period Monday August 6. The tax .Hot SupportBy themselves for the city election Attempt To Opt Second
Tram
amendment Is now before the I this year Is the shortest In several -- Tuesday, September 11, will call Story I

A crowd of almost 200 Bradford supreme court on appeal by the The Dally Vacation Bible School seasons (By LESTER' SCHNELL) at' the office of the city clerk be- -
state. The Board of
ounty livestock owners met at which will be held under the auspices Starke celebrated tween the above dates. County Commissioners -
court house .Monday to con- -- '-. ,. of the IndependenceDay at their Monday meeting?
he Baptist, Methodist and }
by Journeying to Ocala and
Eider with the county CDmmlBelon- Local Relief f'f'Fund Presbyterian Churches of Starke School Buses defeating the Wildcats of that city call voted a unanimously halt on work to by temporarily the Emergency ;,'
of the local
[rs and representatives will begin Monday July 0, and run 2-0 in an exhibition game which Audit Of County Relief Administration
Emergency: Relief Administration, until Friday July 20 excepting turned out to be a wonderful pitch court house addition on the
EM establishment of a projector Saturday and Sunday July 14 Put In. Shape er's battle between Starke's ace, here. The n 1'
board heard
IM control of screw worms. Increased and 15. a small delegation l of
Slightly Ferryman former Southern
League This \
Begins Week local cltlucns who BUjXeuted. that
I Under the plan, the county Is to This'school will be held at the stnr, and Tpffalettl, former University the work be
stopped until kc
lurnlsh money for the medicinal Bradford eating i plant II
High School building and Expense Of : State Ite- of Florida. player. could be
Igentu to be used la the treatment, the school hours will 8:30 perfected for getting a
begin at : qulremente Estimated By Suporintendent E
Acting Director Of Operations Perryman was In rare form displaying second story
relief administration is to fur- o'clock In the and State Auditor Ti It* Hera Several project approved,
he Discusses Working Of Escrow mornings run At 91,000 a boxful of curves and a Moitttm Over Court' rather than the one story structure :
lisli livestock Going
labor, and the own- until 11:30: a.m. each day except "
System nice change of puce Ho shut out which was .
: HOIIHO Iteeorda. originally planned.Work .
to furnish the ?
In themselves' are those mentioned above "Bradford Count school buses the Wildcats to the tune of 3-0
torses to be used. in rounding up The school open to all children will be In good shape for the coming having tine control and on the court house project: 4.
being ac-
Bradford
will
County get $13,571
J. E. Peacock state auditor, arrived had been resumed( only Monday
between ,
stock. the of four and sixteen
ages year, A. J. Orlffls, superintendent corded his
errorless!
In relief for support, by
emergency funds July this week to audit books and after' a lapse of
Is to be divided Into several month.durlnE' *
[ The county years and all children who are of public instruction said this team mates 'Howell received in a
it announced this week
was by
ire areas and the project will lastt planning to attend are asked to week. "Children In this county nice manner..- records in the various county offices which time sufficient fund
least twelve weeks with from Maurice B. Gill, acting director of register at the school Monday have had to put up with some awful In the court house here. were not available to complete the ,
lixty to seventy-five men employedr operations In this county. This morning between 8:00: and 8:30: nuisances In the past" Mr. Grif- Scintillating fielding features Mr. Peacock began work In the work.
represents' Increase of more were, turned .In .by Hale and Ma- ,
office of the Superintendent of
day. o'clock. There will be no tuition fis continued, "but'when our present Officials of the local rellof administration -
than $300 the amount nassa for the locals Hale carriedoff
over received -
[ Maurice, B. GUI acting director but pupils will be expected to furnish program of repairs Is completed Public Instruction and said that It are doubtful of the ti
In June but the number of hitting honors four
garnering
t: operations' in this county 1mesaed materials with which they we will have buses that we would perhaps take him a month success of the attempt to secure a.
/ on the livestock men the registered men on the work relief' work.. There will be no text books need not be ashamed pf. hits out of five( ; Rowell got two and a half to complete his audit of second story to the addition and
rolls has also Increased about out of four. Perryman allowed
Importance of burning or burying by however the following materialswill Seventeen school buses are being ,records there. This office and that seem to be in favor of rushing the- ifr
leeply all carcasses of dead antInals. moo, Mr. GiU stated.In ., be used by various classes: put In shape at an'estimated cost only four hits and no walk. of the clerk of the circuit court project to completion under the* SWi

.This will aid materially in discussing the escrow system crayons, scissors, scrap book, note of $1.000 Mr, Oriffls said. Starke has been 'somewhat handicapped will take the most time, Mr., Peacock present plans $''J

Destroying the screw, worm he Mr. GUI stated that toe expected It book, pencil, Bible. State ,Superintendent .of Public by the loss of their third said.Auditing. It Is planned to have another' wy
to work well In this' county baseman, Brooker also! losing their a eo nty'. books Is no
Id very The program will consist of devotional = School. W. S.,Cawffaon stated this meeting of the commissioners the
long-time farmer after, workers got accustomed to that the Board hard hitting outfielder, Halite small job, judging by the amountof 4
P. A. Crosby: services Bible stories, week State of Edu latter part of this week, at which, I
>( the Brooker section, addressed having part of their'week's"wages song service Bible study, supervised cation would not modify Its recent Jones to DeLand of the Northeast time consumed. The auditor the matter will receive further
Ibe meeting briefly and said ItLag held back forfuture Use. reqreatlon and handwork, order requiring, steel bodies ton Florida League. However they said that he came here from Green consldratlon.Mtnutas .
not only necessary to burn The director' of 'operations) said teachers have been arranged for all school busee.: Present buses have signed Rowell, catcher and Cove Springs where he spent the
Head livestock but "you have even that the escrow system Is generally each department.. must be replaced; with steel-body Infielder, and Beck, infielder and past six months going over county of the Monday meetingof r
the commissioners .
outfielder' also to follow] 0.
ot to burn dead snakes," be said.In considered of benefit to the relief A meeting was held Thursday equipment on and after 'July 1, They expect records. R. A; Newsom that the
and have for the second requested
sign ready
describing how bad the infes- client .because It allows him to night by the teachers and workersat 1939, according to;Instructions received 1983 assessment on ten acres of r
veteran of
half Pearce
attaR Is becoming In this county, i I complete his prescribed employ- the Methodist Church at which by Mr Grtffls. "Badeye" land In the Temples Mill settle.inept .
(Mr. Crosby declared that ,be 're- tment In any one month In an un- time final plans and schedules for Governor Sholt has said that counted many campaigns on to pitch, Starke who can to some be Roosevelt Signs i belonging to him be reduced: k

tently dug up a hill of sweet potatoes interrupted .pan, allowing him to this school were drawn up. Mrs. this ,rule was adopted as a meansof victories this season to conform, to the 1934 assessment.

found several rotten one., and seek.other employment during the McRea of Jacksonville, who Is a increased safety for school children The board by unanimous action requested .
[Poe investigating, discovered that time be is not. working( ; on an specialist In the Dally Vacation About fifteen children were Farm Debt BillMeasure the tax collector to allow y

.hey were filled with screw worms. FERA'" aseignr eut.wdc 1. Bible School work, was In charge killed In school bus accidents during The Strawberry boys won one Mr. Newsom to pay the 1933 taxes: J"
: Neleon*Green,C. "TheTcilent blank of the the past and lost one of their two starts
L. D Prevatt merely signs a II meeting year on said land on the basis of the>
Phillips.D.W.Moore and P. A. authorizing> us to hold the amountof The churches ,of Starke haw tCouncil. last week to slip a full game behind Gives Farmers Five 1934 assessment. -

osby were appointed a commlt- money he has earned in his i long "realized the'need of this Pauses Tax their closest rivals Daylight Year Moratorium' On C. E. McLeod of Jacksonville: ,

'5 to confer,:< :.wtUKMr.: : Oil,on,the monthly work period nd.to pay it: school and.with, "the final plans being (> .' Mai6le Harvey pitched aDd batted his Mortgages offered a plan relieving the defaulted 51
tter.. They are, to meet at the to him In four: equal InIlWlments drawn up It 1e hoped that they Tr :Boards"A mate to a ,06-0 victory oy.r.Day- t bond situation of the county -

cal! administration office at 10:00: over' the month &,lvlnE'' 'him a will make it an annual affair. light on Thursday of last week. President Roosevelt this week Mr McLeod was requested ta

Jfcloth this'morning (Friday). and steady Income,* Mr. Gill explained."In The schedule of clauses Is as follows:1 license of $IS on, "marble His teammates backed >his brilliant ended speculation over the fate of submit his proposition In the form,

|tls believed that final 'arran e- this"escrow,system no man :" boards"! and all similar device. not 'pitching' by almost perfect the 'Frasler-Lemke farm moratorium of a resolution, to the board at .> '
tents will be completed,.at. this signs away any of his rights He Beginner and Primary Department covered In the slot machine license support to aid In the decisive.vic bill with the announcementthat meeting to be held July 10.A .

|ime. merely places his monthly IncomeIn 8:30 to 9:00: A. M.Bible Story. wa decided upon by the City tory. Harvey's mound rival, he bad signed the measure, '. communication was receivedfrom
trust with our'disbursing officer ,19:00: to 9:30-Devotion and Song. Council at its Tuesday night meet Suggs also pitched a fine game according: to Associated Press dis the clerk of the circuit 'courtof !
for the losers, but he lacked the
and Is paid weekly. He then can 9:30 to 10:00: -Bible Story.' ing.The patches. Nassau County'aaklDl' :whether)
support of his team.
ealth Council count.,on having so much money 10:00: to 10:30: -Recreation. present tax covers only slot Ono of the broadest acts yet the board would care to lease the :h
each week" Mr. GUI concluded. 10:80: to 1115Handwork.: machines and places a license of Not' once In 'the game did 'the passed for the relief of any class : county prisoners to Nassau County
11:13: to 11:30: March and $5 for each machine operating le visitors threaten to score, until the of debtors the bill would allow. The board instructed the cleric

Hold School ,Board' :Asks Rythm. gitimately.The last Inning.T-when Ountl doubled debt-burdened farmers a five-year to look Into the proposition'with a.
o Meeting Junior and Intermediate following business was disposed with one man on. However Bell moratorium If they are unable to view to leasing the county prisoners. ,. Ill
.
Millage', AssessmentAt 8:30: to 9:00: A.M.-pevotlon and of at the meeting this week: whiffed and the next man up flied reach a satisfactory arrangementwith .

-, Song. Mrs. E. F. Johntkappeared'befcre out to end the game. This game their creditors 1 R. B. Kilo of Gainesville: requested -
Aork Of Important Body Soon To Its Monday meeting the 9:00 to 9:30: -Bible Study. the council asking for some reliefon put the locals Into a tie with Man "There has.been a serious lack that he be allowed to cut

Get .Under Way In Thl..'' Board of '.Public Instruction of 9:30 to 10:00: Bible Study. her taxes.: Council advised that aC-r RudyMajor's' J charges for sec of understanding of Its provisions," the dead and down pine timber on

County Bradford County passed a resolution I 10:00: to 10:30: -Recreation. same would be 'Carefully consid oDd plac. Mr. Roosevelt said "and It has : certain state tax lands, the proceed.. .
requesting the County Commissioners 10:30 to 10:43: -Song and Kuslc.I ered. She also Asked that water Meanwhile Fernandln defeated been alleged that Insurance, companies I thereof to be applld on the back,

The first meeting of the newly- ( to assess the followingamounts .10:49: to 11:30: -Handwork.. draining from Standard Oil filling Green Cove, 7-8.i, and other mortgages will and current taxes. The board decided
Tjanlzed Bradforti'Coutrty-Health for Interest" and sinking s '1"- station be cared''for as it was I' suffer severely through the use of to allow the said operations
Council is to be held next Monday : fund: I draining down street and puddlingIn FEBNANDINA 3;) STARKE 0 this law by farmers to evade the If same Is approved by the State ,

kfterncon at 4:00: o'clock. the lotal mills DistrictNo. 2 Auto Accidents Jront, of her home. Council The Stark. nine journeyed up to payment of debts) within their ca- Comptroller, and also by the owners ll
District No. 2, six :
FERA. offices The members : stated that this would be cared for pacity to meet. and mortgagees of said land*.
No. 6 Fernandlna Sunday afternoon onlyto .
District fi
S five mills; (
ft the council representing all T. A. Brlnson"appeared before> "I do not lubscrlbe to these The clerk was also Instructed to
No. 18 be turned back by the Cardinal.,.
District ,
pic, organizations and public fifteen eleven mills mills, and Occur Near. Here the city council asking: for .reduc- 3-0.,. ;Burnnam, newly acquired fears."I ascertain If the board to make similar
poups in the County,.Will. bs ad- Uon of 1933 tax assessment and southpaw was on the mound for have sufficient faith In the arrangements, on state tax:
pressed by Miss Joyce Ely, district Resolved that the Boar dot Public after careful consideration council the locals' ,"giving up six hits and honesty of the overwhelming majority lands where the'owners and or cmortgagee.

kupervlsqr of' the State Nurses. Instruction request the Board One In'Each'Car: Badly Injured- advised that same could not be reduced three runs to 'drop, his second sue to believe that they will not fall to consent there-
filss Ely will outline the plans of of County Commissioners to assess i, Names Of Occupants Not ; stating at the time of making cesslve start with the local nine. evade the payment of just debts," few.

|lie Florida State Board of Health the following for maintenance for Learned !. equalizations on 1033: tax roll However, four errors on the part of C. A. Prlngle appeared before

n Its support of local health work. special tax school districts as mills follows same was carefully considered and his team mates proved to be co.Uy. School Board Gets the board stating that his 1933
Mrs. Edward Burns acting : District No. J. five ; accidents that they could not make any assessment
Two automobile ; occurred Jake Bunch. 'Fernandlna hurlingace personal property was:
pair man,'reports the county-wide No. 2, five mills; No. 3, ten mills; near Starke over the week. change.E. limited the local to four hits Small State Fund too high, and asked that same bas a
Merest No. 4. ten mills; No. 6. ten mills; A.Busbee appeared before the ,
" la nursing' -work gives end. Early Sunday morning a car an dwhlffed ten.. 'The Cardinals, reduced to conform with the 1934 R',
vy evidence that the ;movement No. 7.' ten mills'No. 8, ten mills; of young people overturned on the city council In reference to city i taUied la, the second fifth and The Bradford County school assessment which Is just and right,
"111 enthusiastic No. 19, ten mills; No. 11, ten mills; taxes of Gulf Refining' Companyfor ,I' .
receive
motion mad and '
support. Lake Butler road when the driverIs eighth innings This loss shoved board last week received $030.08 upon duly carried
It t Is stated that the local need for No. 12. ten mills:;No.,. 15. ten mills; said to have been blinded by the year 1933. Council advised Fernandlna definitely Into the lead as Its last apportionment of state the tax collector was requested ,

pealth promotion and nursing aid No. IS, ten mills; No. 17. ten mills, headlights of an approaching automobile that assessment: would stand as and placed Stake itno a tie with money,.for the fiscal year. This to allow Mf. Pringle to settle, ,
Peflnltely demands that the and 1'{0. 18, ten mills.; made and that they could not make went bU 1933 taxes
plans and ran into a bridge Daylight for second place ;Day. was pert or $141,911.92 that personal on an assessed -
F t the council be carried out. Mem- Widows 'pen.lone'were approvedfor railing any .reduction.- light took a139 ,victory,",o.er. to' school funds throughout the value equal to that of 1934.
P rs of seven outstanding civic the following: Mrs. .Julia One of the two women '''occu The following bills were' ordered Green Cove In Sundays other state. I* H. Waters, representing the>
loupe haver expressed assurance Crews and lira EddU DyaL pants who were said to be summer paid: A final remittance of $33,000 R. H. Smith Interest asked for a
ft complete co-operation ,In the No further ''bu ...-tire' board school students at Gainesville, was W. B. Thornton;.salary for league game.The from the motor vehicle department i reduction In the assessment 'of

f Ponsoring of the project.. adjourned to. meet. ,first Monday In badly injured Names of the occupants June and 4 rrests_-,-_$ 64.00 second half of the NortA increased the total of 107957.04 i land In Bradford County. The
I In addition to the Starke August >, of the automobile were not A., L Alvarez, salary tor Florida County League has been announced recently by ComptrollerJ. 1 board decided that further, reduction
fnurchea, the towns'and rural *. etllemeots +r.... learned by officers hers. June. 1 arrest and board moved back to July. M., Let aa the amount availablefor would not be In line with the

of the county and all d. > FOURT11ZN'MEMBERS' : JOINBVSIXESS The second accident occurrednear bill -______-<-__... 83.15: Followers of the Stark entry In schools. .assessments of other land owners>

"i and dentists UM organisation ; TKAIOTNO, CLASS Keystone Heights when a tire Jacksonville Typewriter: Co. the league will be Interested'to I r Last week's) apportionment was In the county: and for that reason t

o be represented at, UM,council blew out and caused an automobile carbon paper J11V--: ._- 2:15: bear" that Halite Jones, star center- raised from the following sources: the matter was tabled
eetlng are: .The Business Men An enthusiastic'spirit pervalled of Jacksonville people to overturn. Carl Johns,'salary for June.'' 60.00 fielder and pitcher,' .Is- being givena 'One mill tax levy f31l 1U6; In- This being the time for selecting

IL'b, the Woman's Club the Ea tp at the first, meeting of a local One bf the women occupants of UM W. L. Wall, councilman.... 2.00 tryout with DeLand. si Northeast 'tarest'0n school funds $1,470.48; the names of citizens to serve as '(

Star the U., D. C..,the Wwxt-.group which will receive a business ear was seriously Injured and was P. M. Barefoot councilman. 2.00 I Florida League team. Althoughthe' motor:vehicle licenses e7.1U.e7; jurors In the County Judge/ Court {
er of the World Uv P.-T. A, ands training course under direction of,brought to a local hospital for O. L. Bea l.y. councilman.. 2.00 i local team will greatly suffer beer and wine taxes: $33,220.65; but owing to lack of Urn the mat

American Legion.\ > La, Salle Extension: University treatment. W.M. Edwards councilman 2.00 his loss we would like to see him and' pobllc school textbook fund ter was) postponed_ emil July 16. -j, *
held at the horn of Mr. and jars ... -"... T. N.Kendrick._timan. 2.0O '.get a chance': and make good In t2.4g.M. Communication was receivedfrom

Murder At The Vanities'' D. PCa psslto tost Thursday MISSION HALL CLASS' Floyd Green City Attoruey.100:; raster, company.;;_ '*. S. Cawthon. superintendent taw Supervsor of Conserve-'
night The study. course Includes A class: ) bf soma'forty..ea.*WOBDeni >:;. Starke Telephone-* tale "" I. of education wrote the county superintendents Uon of the State of Florida askingfor

ill Show ,Soon,, At} Ritz bookkeeping. practice practical, boys and girls' took BOOM part phone at City Hall___, 3.85 FOOT COJWECTIONIST ) that the apportionment the co-operation of .the board !.
accouatlDl' office organisation andmanagement Tuesday evening-.IDthe, weekly Nick Thomas witness feeSO, TO BE. HERE NEXT WEEK should be used ''In paying n protecting the lakes and streams ,.,

' The Riu Theatre Is bringing a sad.-marketing personal Bible study at. tn..>Mission I Hall Lloyd Green witness) f..50: ---" teachers' salaries or the expensesof In the county from Illegal taking offish

it show to town for.lt* bargain service f .. and found In UM subject discus.li. Albert Hartman, building James) Mahe; foot cqrrectlonist, transportation of pupils for: the and offering to supply the
[Wit. Thursday next week. ItP Members or UM Starke group "To Whom Do -"Ioae' that door and windows for will be at SternberCsi Store all day current fiscal year If needed fH county .wth fingerling black baa it, I
Murder tt the Vanities" a muocalmyatery are: 'T.T.' g.'Herbert Rltch. an are proving their fatherhood by City Hall ..:.____.... 66." Tuesday,'July 10. Mr."Make has also Instructed them that the If they would be properly handljrt
that 'some- Sinclair Peek.*Morris Jackson. R. their daily, living as Roman S'U Shell'Petroleum. Carp., ga I offices In Jacksonville; where be Is apportionment should be includedas and placed in protected are... Tb

tog new la the way promises of entertain I..Thomas Glen E. Wood.Holcomb explains, : '"For as) many as) are and oils _?.. ._. .33.87. well-known. and promises, immediate part of the receipts for tu. fiscal board Instructed the clerk to write ,
ment. Overstreet. O. 8. Chambers. Margery led by the spirit of God are Ibi- Mrs Alice Sheppard 1 cow relief from fallen arches and .year just put In making their UM department offering all possible

Sunday and Monday "Strictly Cott). J. D. Griffls. BIB Waln- son of God." and John 8:3O: ano pon bond due July 1,1934. 30.00' attendant ailments annual reports. co-operation off the. board 1
ynamltewin show featuring wright Mary ,Pearce Vera,GaIney 44 describes smother type. Five Patten Landmm ,eat ''I Mr.-Maize ls> an exponent of the and asking for the county's allotment '
The class. Ls out-of-town'visitors attended the Eureka Fir Hose-Mfg.- system used by the celebrated Dr. ,
y Durante, Lupe Voles Nor and tester AI1 fl'n. ; I : uAQVE of fingerling black bass as-
mR footer and Marian Nlxonui vary for,sate' to have as) theirta4der service this week.. pr. 0. H. Low"pator""of Co. -;-....- 80.00 M. W. Locke of WUllamsburf Canada STANOIN'v", soon as available.Reports ;'

euy ,and :.W ring "Now Til T.Sby Mr*,.ArW capable Instructor. or the' high hiifchVwllr-have'charge of'the sewers beds,,due Je Jl,.: '...*. 'I{ umber= of years.. He believe that Fnrnandlaa -"-'., d.eoo 'filed; jail Inspector county ;a/
Rothet t.. wttVot,th. notc-+ scnooL 'f The; Hrst assignments) 1 study on MIlt,""I'tIUda7 .,.... 1 1hle'eubject '134 ,.........-......JIOUG If.to' twmty-sta bones; of the.foot Dam _-- IJ. 8' ,:.571 judge'University; 'of 'Florid on

New Tern gambled who was coming,direct from the university. !1 bete*'+Remember Lots Bank of Karkev coupons, a, )rI i! ...... thei rlglnal position,;.thufcaUowiay Stark: .... _;,1 .,1 JIOO acholarahp"of >county held by '
'nterlousry murdered several trtB be ta UM hands of the students ,wife' W. .1.':IIcot& will rave sewer bonds due Jury tn, j .natmrVnatural flow.of Green Cove._; 10 p ,.833 Guy Andrew, and distribution of -M''\\oi '

s agsv this week when study wilt begin toearneit. cnarge-of UM "music assisted. I by' 1933 !....., .., ..,.... .. ...:-800.90 re.3k blood to diculate: .together ,. tax certificate funds),It,.. UM cleric !f'
Joseptt E. Wilson and UM Mlsetoa Masto. Maker A profItable There being so further: business with .iBiifntlshls shoes, person's) But misery still delights to trace of circuit court. *,.- ;;$ft... "*, '

Costa Rlea apttal to sorroimd- George A. Taylor are_UM local reg- and pleassiat erenin-g. It UM city oortll,adjourned' to,&IW! Uset.'will' sever, glre ,him. *. mo-, 1 Uj smblanc.,.ta! another case.- _. TIM ppttcktuxs of 'B>m Kkitiola ,SittT.j

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r Starke tut TWday where she underwent of HeObrcnn section spent Saturday 'the Gill Hospital at Starke. W*

HAMPTON BOOTSEYS BEACH aa appendix operation.I I, here Alth Mr. and Mr*. H. H. 'hop abe,will soon be wen agiin. 666

I I Her many friends win toe glad to XOUBLERUN i Thomaa DeL aDd Mr* W. E. Han were L......, 7...r.... hh.. "_
bow 1M !. doing nicety. Miss Merrltt of Jacksonvfn was dinner guests of :Mr. and Mr*. H. C eck* Malaria ,
"... AtM :: fJM'CM. L<<1"' C.I. HIM __a ...... :-. U Thrre Da
visiting Mr. a=d Mr*.. J. H. Heney ).I. :McRae Saturday. Cold. Flnt Day
Sooday. Remember service at Corinth M...J.__.r KramtBta,, ;u HI.
J. t Tucfcer Mid Unity, who Mr, and Hr, w. It Reddish arc SANDY LANE Mid Lois spent but week Mr. and Mr*. Jim Heraey were Church next Saturday night and Fine Laxative and Toni?
,1 have been reskknta of oar town receiving: congratulation: over: the to Heibrooa section visiting visiting! her parent Mr. and Mr*. Sunday. ilea! ss..er R.a.MI.. K.....
g for the pMt eta year, left this arrival of a son, barn June 22.Mr. I )De. PsaSas Greene, C.... frtenda.Mr J. S. Norman in Woodlawn *ec-,-
w week for their bom in Georgia. and Kr*. Aocfl Thompson .. Janet Ty! r and chOdren of tics Tbunday."Stn. .
They were very p*>j ular her In and son Kenneth CIt Woodlawn Saxton were'visiting her mother, David M Paulk of Atlanta FUNERAL DIRECTORS
both church sort social circle and pent Sunday here with Mr, and Mora R. H. William and Met ADD1e &r.: O. t.. Brown last week the weekend here with .
i, will b* greatly misled. 14,.. L B. TbompscA Saunders made a business trip CUu. spent our Many Tears Experience )Make It FoMlbl for IT* to Ecmfc
Emmeilne Is a and Mrs. Walter
Morgan pending her parent. Mr.
r Rev James Lyle, wTirt has accepted Mrs R. C. Crtffl of Lawtey .to to Starke Monday.lfl while in Sparr aa the guests of her UnderhUL EFFICIENT PROMPT and COCRTFX3CS SERVICE
the pu ne. of the Baptit spending some Urn here at the *. Ida Mac John of Stake later. Mr. Lester HalL MODERATE PRICESDewrrr
Church, at this place: win flll his home of bet _&.I.law and daughUr spent the weekend with her eou** Paul and A. T. Andrew: were i. W. Buddlagton and daughters vis- c. JONES COMPANY
regular! appointment her next i 101,. and Mrs. M. L.. Thompson.Mr. IDafWd. Pauline and Robe guests of Otbert Brown Sunday. Gwendolyn relative and at Ernestine Sanford., are .. STARKE FLORIDA
Sunday: morning and evening and Mr*. Roy Saonder and Green. Nettle Ruth Starling wa' the lUng -
r Mrs. E. C Morris and daughter I children and Mrs. Maggie Fwryth KIM Jaunlta WUHams spent guest of Mary Judd lat week. Miss Vests McRae Wall visiting
,$r Ernestine, <>t South' Morld" are vlsItlog of Jacksonvfll! were visiting: Mr, Saturday night in Stark. the guest Miss Carrie Alvarez in Pine Level I --,
Mrs Marrl: prenU. Mr and and Mr*. W, J,(. Reddish Bunday.Mra. .I lot MiM Leila Ward. section Sunday afternoon.
Mr*. B. T. Honors B. C.. Grtffl of near Law- Mr. and Mr:*., J. .1'. Norris were i Mr., and Mr*. Frank Merrltt and For
J. W, Horn anal family left this try spent but Wednesday the guest visiting Mr, taut Mr*. E. E. Green children: of New River were vfeit- Expert RepairingSmith's
week fat North Carolina where of Mr*. J. U. GukJ_ I Sunday aftemooa. I RISING ing Mr. and Mr, J. M. Heresy

they will rfiiit friends and relatives. Mia. Martha Crawford wa visit.lug Rufus Green of Brooker spent Mr*, n.M. M.lla..C.,. Sunday.Mr. .
They will upend! HOOV time 'In south :' ) Misses Geneva and Jaunlta.the week-end as guest of Mr.E.E. I < and Mrs. W. R. Haislop and
Georgia bef,,,* their//return. I Milliard at Wocxttawa Saturday Greene. son Fred are visiting with :Mrs.
GaragePhone
a. Mr*. L J. Priest' who baa wen I afternoon Mr. and Mr*. Roy Oxter and Quit a number of people in this I Alene PhUman In Tampa.. I
,l visiting at Green Cove Springs, ha Truby Wainwright and Brownie little daughter, Betty Jean spent :eectlon: ''attended church at Pine Miss. Gertrude DeLacy of'' Fort
i returned to her home here. I Bennett' of Lawtey were business Thursday wltb Mra. Carter parents I Level Sunday. I Myers to spending a few days herewith
a Dr B M. Faver, physician and visitors here Monday. )''Ir. and Mr*. E. E. Greene. Eld. and Mr*. W. E. Hall of I Misses Verllee and IreneLew's. 120
surgeon r(>f Miami WM visiting Mm. J. S. Roster of Evergreen Misses Pauline and Reba Greene Green Cove Springs were dinner .
friend' and relatives her thin r wn visiting her daughter, Mr*. W. and cousin Josephine, and Miss guests of Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Lewis I Friends of Mills Ida Mae Lewis Wrecker Service Day or Night *
week iIT i jMr. M.: Reddikb Sunday afternoon. Ida Ma, John attended the dynes Sunday. I are sorry to know of her illness of ,
.. J. L,WUIUraa left this week Mr*. M. I*. Thompson went to at Penny Farms Friday night. I N. D. Green and little grandson several weeks, and she to now in I..
"+ for FaMiM, Ala, and Chattanooga<< ?___ __ _
Tenn.,where she WIn visit relative
and friends i "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONES "--The Xmas Spirit To The Rescue ---By POP l\IOl\IANDl
Ward the
i Mrs. Mattie spent __ .
R we.fc-end with her daughter Mrs. TWN.sC ...u--er..! 1tfK Am- PE.RTIC '
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Hl M-H M:- LAIC TH VERY IDEA !m!
r hazel Currency of Jhwt.lJ.onM.MI. ""nicr OIU.'Y SAa.ort TF Mtt I I0Rl fI"I..AjI" :..B YOU'D YEAa'l.aeta SEA4OINO THAT KUNVMsl POG aY N 6ENNIE. eutrncfflJTZ
G. W Shaw and daughter, is crae.TTIH4iiJ RIiJIO'C''Tb Poft TiiKT,taasgsf! 'TO HAVQ TH' ma, wNTG AR UND ie BOTHER TV*' IS TH' ee.sr SIQ1"IN
""p nettle Jean, left this week for Ml- k6' :?!: S G.a1R MIM'M1/' Mlil s.no beriE.4ADe, HoubE DdWN Buv\\KRAUTZeS !I"! 'THIS END OP
ifiif. amI. They bay been visiting Mrs. MT OCA TOOUT ni STRH6T'A ARE YOU CRAZYf ., 'not' "I'bWN !:! C
Stww's mother. Mrs H F. Cheerer, tree AK' YODEL PAL Clch YLt1CE
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for several weeks. CMRI5TMA 1* CAROL.*.' ii.IVE.TWGRC Fox !!1
''f Miss Hilda XMrden r>f SUfk rri t. tfalVO. OUR. L
..I}, was visiting her this week. Miss EAQ3 A Rs8Ti:
Purden was at one time a resident! lll
of our town and has many friends
4 her who are always "(lad to see :
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4 with JacltsonvlU B.: E. Rosier.spent Sunday her. I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR The Bluff That Didn't Work I

,; Mrs. flchelll Rosier pent Tuesday I oF ........ _- _. .
of last week with Mrs. Willi.Reddish. I To SqT
r1 AN [1R dORTttt SNAML WMAO'rl TF1tWpAJtI1ft141 p KIMtlfWAR
vou mxeo host UPNICtt
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Mrs. Jean Oosklns and son, J. B., io 1wy OOttvC T ..o Htftt! SOME
t2 and Miss Mary Gnsklns were visiting r OOIN'fM 6ETTIN'MOUND TkMOOf WITHOUT A NO A WOOQit S[''S MORt I WISH \OUTJ SEW
her daughter Mrs. Russell M ri 1r0Y1e ANY' Md1OMti OHCkOTHUCO M+/ MINUT! II GOIN APTR tRTMIMI.t AT S ON IT W Leif
Redding. Sunday afternoton. >t ii tt Z5?
t,: Mr. and) Mrs XJIery Redding of assert 'tWk OM
p' Boynton spent the weekend with e MY alt.M1J
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his mother Mrs. H. F Redding .....
Mr and Mrs. Leslie MrClellan:

? were, visiting B. E. Rosier Sunday r1j. '
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James Lyoll of Lnwtey .
1 P preached. very Interesting sermon
her Saturday night at the Baptist

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Mrs ,James Lyoll and Mrs. Ma.
y rlon Reddish o( lAwtey attended 1

church services: her Saturday I
night.
P' Mrs J. B. Hauler' was visitingher if I
daughter'Mrs. Willie Reddish,
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,Miss Effie Griffin of Pine Grove
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Misses Pauline end Juanlta Rosier.
a Edgar Strickland of the OlusU I L -- I
CCO Camp spent Saturday night fIlE !MAINButty THING ON MAIN STREET" '!
hero with his friends leaving Sun. ,By' L F.\Va 1Zeln 1 r

day mottling for his home In Vero fuzz ..
; Reach. : ML fear wOS ,t-'
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Remember the sing at the Evergreen MAe'trctryJ t4AT 177AItt2 1aG I PuT A LUMP os rLIA1
Church every Sunday after- nd rswfPAT2'!; R SUGAR tvCOCTEG.mllQ
noon at 3:00: o'clock. The public ,
Is extended an Invitation. ttlf"ITtH If WI,,1\.6 MgLA9'iN t "

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[ipAY. JULY 6. 1934 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ST"\RKE. FWRIDA PAGE THREE

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,.,.IV \OIICH or %PPI.IC\TIOV FOil I 11 East: containing twenty *.cr*. ",
I TAV IKKI iiinr or len. *. ",
(LORI JA' HIGHLIGHTS. 6rkNH #11iIfl ; NOTICE IS HRnEHV: OtVItV.I I Which application will b* baaed
omw w.' ..roue.as.la PHU**, it* M_.... That. Jim 10:. stnrllnir.' holder ot I.Iii upon the petition for sale. now on

I day<>f Tax of Oitlflcarw,No. 141. lnHiieil. ird; file Dated In. sold. June Court Sdth A. n. 19S4THEI.MA "
LIVE STATE NEWSNews August, A I> Ift.Sl, hap 511.4nnde
r..a.a.rat.a tI i until/ fwtlflfnt. In offlo* and : XUZABUTH:: JOHNS.
-ZaiCt7-20 .
taX | Guardian.NOTICR
| appllrnllnn for) d..d to IH-
.ace thereon In aocnr E of Florida in Short ParaGraphs \Said p rtlflr; t* emtiraow the follnw-\
A FLOII/EIi l Init d..rrlh..cI| l property situated In NOTICE In hereby given. that the
in <'lford Coiinly, "; towltnu.ck : County Assessor O Taxe for
3S I In rronby 'i.Ia8h! ., InHiiiithxoKt I ford County, F rYJ.., will I.'th'
w/ruovr j&uvf/ Quarter of Section 14, and the Board of County (Commlimloner
In Northeast Quarter of flection SO, of Bradford County, Florida, In 1 the 'l
r_ _- _Ibd .- Townwhlp 8 Smith Knn*:. 11 Kant office of the Clerk of the Circuit
r The 'eaaessment' Court at Stark. Florldn' at 10:00: A. t
TRIAL BOAT CATCHES AFIRE ..r uL' /77V// sunder the mutt 'ltrr.11..tJ': ( wan M on Monday July 18lh, A. D. 1634
TO FACE In the nnm of uo. A. A!: A, M. Mar- for the purpose of hearing com
IFAY-Three men; TALLAHASSEE-Three: women 1.011.. plaint. and rc..lvlna; testimony aa >
death penalty were burned one of them severely INO/AN I'nleH. .aalil oertlflonte .shall bo r.- to the value of any property, real
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Itli kidnapping- demeil acrordlnc to law tax: lord or personal, aa fixed by said County
Florida-wm go to trialZult and fourteen persona were forcedto a t ii will Issue thereon on the 4th day. of A.nennur nf Taxes on hi. A......*.. '
Robbery with stand in waist-deep water for '" ( Aua-unt A. 1>. 198hates /. mint Uoll for the year 134 '
court here. PP.k'It i \ thin Ind day of July, A. P. and for the purpose. of perfecting,
also Is charged to them., three-quarters of an hour when l 19at. revl wlnr and ouualUlns such aneHnment. .-
rearms their twenty-five foot cruiser '" ) .. A. J THOMAS Th Assessor of Texas
"J."t ... Clerk. of Circuit Court, and the Board of County ('..mml....
MINUTE SENTENCE caught fire on the St. Marks River '.3.", Bradford County, Florid. alonra may continue In *elon. for
SU sentence of thirty near here. rJ'- / T.8llItIS"IN| | each purpon from day to day for
YIAMI-A ._..' 1t on. week or a. Ions a* may b.' ;
Jail were passed on WUf Title NAMI8 OF TUB HTATM neitennnry. ',
!lnnuuteaIn Vero Beach In Fed- INDIANS GIVEN NURSEJACKSONVILLEFlorida's OK FI'oIUnTo: Hna II I11d.I All persons owning property *ubject -' y
Isn S tibia I a. renlilent of the City! of New to aaaenament. In Bradford Coun a
yswhen he pleaded guiltywatching Sem- ,' ,"' York and Htat of Nw York and ty Florida are notified to appear at
aI; moonshine still forD Inole Indians are to have a nurse. .iI: '-"CO'" whose pnrtlruUr. addr.*K. and doml- auch moetlna-B, to make aucn oomplalnt -
a : ..: tile .In Stl Riverside Dilv, Apartment or give. much testimony a. to
Miss Charlotte Conrad has been :
assigned 1 >A. the value of any real or
by the Bureau of Indian Affairs ., e19'" l ;' You ere ba'J: ..r to appear pxraonul 'aa fixed by gr&u A*. S
pwner.HANGS I In that certain now pnmltna- aennor ot Tuxes' upon bin A**..*-
I of the Department of the Interior 1 In the Circuit Coutt, Twenty.aixth went Roll a* thuy may dlr.
sheriffs to tour the Everglades In a ludlrlal Circuit of Florida.: In ,and Olven by order of the Hoard of
JACKSONVILLE-The for Bradford County, In Chancery, County C'nmmlnnlonara of Bradford
reported that Edward UlrIch I survey of the Seminole camps. She ntltlnil.. Albert N. RiUlInn'; v*. IliiH* County, Florida Jun. llth, A D, ,
!rice resident of Ha the first nurse assigned by the If. Udtllnx, wherein the relief.. prayed 193.
former! ,
L mette, 31, for I* a dlvorc on the 12th day of A. J. THOMAS! Clerk.NOHOW '
Ga., hanged himself In government Bassist the Florida July. 19.14 otherwise. a Decree. Pro .1913I1T.18 ; '
ovlngton Indians. Coiif. .".Hn will b* entered casuist ,
while await- :you -
I jail cell here fur ArpI.wt'rloN FO
county your :W.hm appear OI'
L hearing. IT W r ORDERED. that !
sanity
g a thin Order b.. TAX IMOICUNOTICn li
SMALL PINES AVAILABLE pithllNiied once each I
) IS IIWHKHT GIVEN
ol e' week for four consecutive week In That C, J, Powell, holder of TaxCertificate "
i B\D ACTOR CAUGIITTALLAHASSEEPrIson TALLAHASSEE The Florida 1 the nradford County Telearaph", a No. 148 6th day of Au.
I bureau Forest Service has announced that ,1c"I L' ..l7: ,' (nWK County'|>'aper Vlorlcla.pnhllnh' In Ilradford gnat. A. U. 19&9!>, ha. filed aid ourtirlcnt.In '; ,

Iffldala last week called John small June S,, my office and tnad application
'( here approximately 1,500,000 1834A.. J THOMAS: for tax deal'n' Issue.
cheeson alias Jury Gordon pines now growing at the new Clerk of Circuit Court therun In aconrdanca with law '
who Is bete Said certificate. embraces the fnl- i
caped Florida convict tree nursery near Olustee, would be Z'y S 8.SIIItIT.8 Hmrtforil" County Florida. lowing Hcrlbed propnity situated }
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investigated by Winnipeg. Can- available for planting after De- Kradford. County I"lorldaJ to-wllr

da, police, a "bad actor." Gordon Coun- cember 15 to Florida landowners :\ M I.IC4VH'rirH '!'OK 0 HKI.l.4FHI.t MIMOICII'," I"ION' LANIt FOIL west Kmrlnnln Coiner 110 of feet Northwest KaHt. n(Quarterof North'. .

'.sentenced trom Volusla for reforestation purposes. Theyoun& Northeast Quarter and run Mouth ,1
IN
life ImprisonLt COUnT or COUNTY JUDUIC.Slat Two Hundred Ten text. ISunt FourHunrlred
June 1930. to trees will be sold at cost of LINCOLN of Florldn. Uradfnrd County, :: Twenty Feet North Two I
for first degree murder with production. They grew from seeds In H* Katat nC oinrlu John. Minor: Hundred Ten Feat Went. Four llun- q
recommendation for mercy. last March. 1'ULL.I Notice I I.. herahy given to all died Twenty Feet. to .liealnnln In
[ jury planted whom It may content, that Thelma Meet Ion Five, Township. tieven t
-' I Kllanheth John, Oimrdlan of olo.rla South. Itanar* Twenty-two, Rant,
RULED DRUNK TO BE SLAUGHTERED Johns minor, will on the Slat onntaliiltiHt two cures more or less,
I DRIVER sub- CATTLE r A4 )h7 day "f .''lIly\ A I I>. 1014. apply to the Tho aHMManment of sold property
TAVARES-J. T. Lindsey JACKSONVILLE-The Florida r- D/ST/MGU/SMO "" \H. K. Petrvnmn, County under; the ald certificate I..u.A
school bus driver on the ''' t tI Judge In and for said County at his was In the name. of Mlles llnhlnaon. 4holes'
'tute found Emergency Relief Administration / OWDADtCATO& office In Htarke, In aald County, at wld. oortlflcat shall be redeemed
Paisley-UmatlUa route, was announced recently that 30,000 10 o'clock A. M., or H* coon there, .ncnordlnir. to law. tax deed r
Lty driving while Intoxicated.Ldsey i.w/STEe aftor as. the mutter can h* heard, for will issue. theienn on the lilt ,day ,
of
the Paisley- beef cattle to be shipped Into the LEG/SLATO,2, authority to sell I, at !prlvat sale. he July 1894liatetl ;
Oft
( was driving state from the drouth area of the Interest of thw'aforennld minor In thP 6th day'of June A. D.
ImatlUa school bus last January .'U7NOe 6ANKE4 the fnllowlnit-d.,'rrlh,,cl real estate, 1034.
rounding a Middle West would be slaughtered In said County, to-wlt! A. :3. THOMAS,
then It turned over and canned. None will be dlstr'lb- The Went half of the Southeast Clerk of Circuit Court
several of the elght- I i quarter of the Northeast quarter of Bradford Cbunty, Florida.
Injuring
rve, one uted to farmers W. TV Bennett regional Section' 2J, Township. 8 Mouth, RanK D-IIRtlT-B

.n school children, passengers co-ordinator for the Southern 'ihe stem of: tue INDIAN i--j.-_, p,,..-'", 'fker: legislator and lawyer and *en

bus States for the Federal Relief found in various sections of Florida, is had the right to practice before the U. S. '

-BOY'S UFETALLAHASSEEThe Administration, oald. without leaves. Scaly bracts take ,their' Supreme court. 'He wrote and published NOTICE

,I $3000 FOR place. The plant is white, clammy, and a number ,of books. In 190 he was Nonce U hereby .Iv..n that the following lands will ha. .sold' at pUhll" ,M1sY%,
Supreme LIGHTNING INJURES YOUTHS parasitic deriving its nourishment from ordained a minister of the Baptist church auction 011 the tint Monday In August. 1011. It .belna. the 81h day of .said
irt last week reversed for a newanal TAMP -Two youths were injured bmnth before the Court house. door at Starke. In Ih."lford County 81.te ,1
brcs: glit .roots ,and ,and later held pastorates in Philadelpkia fir Fiori.. 0" no much thereof a. will b. n..ary. 10 pay the amount
a damage suit appeal one seriously, here as they The ,of LINCOLN HULLET who and Baltimore. due for t"IC" .net. oppo.lt. the. same., together with the cost, Qf slu'h sale IjD
name : He former
| the Miami Dairy Farms, Inc., were struck by lightning while run- was a president and ad".rUII''II''
y gatnst Calvin W. Tlnsley.\ The ning In a park toward shelter during died Jan. '20, 1934, will always be prominently : ,of ,the'' Volusia County bank) and

try company appealed when apower a shower. Charles Mendez, 18 identified among Florida's 'dis president the State Bankers' associa n..lpllo. a_, Tit" Owaar ACnb. ,ht

court awa.rded Tinsley a ver- was knocked unconscious, and his tinguished men. 'The honors ''conferred tion. He waS also a former legislator Corn 100 rt W .r NFl Cur 4of

lict of damages for the death ofIII condition was described as serious, upon him were Many and his -career was ,having :served two terms in the Florida WH of NW\4\ af 8N\4\

son Judson Harper' Tlnsley but physicians said he would recover remarkably varied. Floridians knew ''him 'state senate. Dr. Hulley, a graduate of .f W'IOO''NI'4I fI A, N run Itll lUll! ft, ft Ill l

Iho was killed In an accident. The ., Jose.CabeTlero.: '15also was best as president of Stetson university for Bucknelt university waa born May' \, 100 It 10 beg.$5 5 II eEsate Short rev..,...,___.,
10.55"
lupreme Court held the Judgment Tcnotfkeduncotrclcras, but 'was soon but he also author Com 'nil fI W of NIO ror "
30 years was an a 1865 at Camden, N. J. of W% ot NW\4\ of rE11of '
If$3,000, was excessive ,revived at a hospital. The boys NFl," a. ruin M I"
were struck as they stepped upona 111..M TDK -BBST SUGGESTION order to stimulate Interest In l'Ior14a'hla"ua landmarks, plies W 101 ft. N Ita n, fid'd

HEROES GET MEDALS' steel manhole cover. (Characters and \inckUnts, a prize of $10 Is offered for the best suggestion accompanied by a picture, sent Lots los 1 It I to of ....._, ______._ I II Geneva' Towne' -.__.-.___ 10.16 "
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I TALLAHASSEE Chairman C. In during '-I., All drlptlODllhould be not more' than 125 word, and will became the property of nal 'tl'own of k8: rc.r.II:

I.Tjeadway of the State Road De- DEADLY PISTOL "iUJJtL"MONTTCELLO ,Southern, .urea. Inc, unless acClnpanld.bt .tll':2.: postage.' Address Southern Features tee. IIdt.p .' N\I14! of HWI4.____,.. _._.18 s II IDlylna Mor.an'...._..____ lI.n
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lot. ,
: .= Hauls ? *rr V ? 1 / nil. 4, '' ?
went has officially Commended Sandy In tw OriRrnal Town O.'f atarke ;:

o highway employes for their 00 of Monticello was shot and' In NiOfi! of MWtl.\ _..____.IA I II T. A. Drlnaon.--- 1011,11
jrgency action In averting a killed In a' pistol duel In which Gainesville for -VWtt with relatives. Ocala, U R. Carmichael of West W'4I ot Lot' a.7 or Rlk U. w'Original .

-jsllble trainwreck near Plant Claude Gafford. 30 was critically I Palm Beach, and W.. M. Carmichael In N\I'4! ot Town tlW'4 of_Starke__,....... 1 II Mnp, M.' ,,;_Ill. Edward.055.11

fty on June 1.1S. T.F.McCord aDd wounded. The :Shooting occurred BROOKERMlj I IMra. Mrs. JNelson: 'T. Green and lltle at borne; two daughter, Mrs W'-4 ot Lot 4 of mk 11&. "

R. CaUoway employed 'ta th* on the street fust outside the Jefferson [ son of Starke spent Sunday herewith N. F. Crosby Jacksonville, and Orl.lnal Town of etarke ,
f V ri Gal r. Or. In 1\IlC'4 of IIW'4.. .-___,11 S II-C. A. lI"Hnh and !
epartment'a Lakeland division releived County court house. Officers Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly an) Mrs. R. L. Reddish Starke; a Jo. IIletrunk _______ ..0' ,i iRlk y
the commendation.'' Theyere said 'they bad not learned the family.Mr. brother A. J. Carmichael; four sisters II a. extended .n tenJ' a '

credited with flagging a pager cause of the duel. At the office of .-a. Raulerson and daughter and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly Misses Hattie Civil and Ma M. Map k(/riglnsl: k Town V

train, of the Seaboard Air- Sheriff A. S. Grant It'was reported Nadine, ct Arcadia are spend' .Miss '..Freddy.Wlmb: rjy, A. H. Carmichael, and Mrs Jeff McIntyre aWl --- -- -------' ",--. --.I U Gulf ndlnhllr C...--__..,, I".n,, "

5 Railway to prevent It running Gafford approached Saul. near the ing a few weeks here as guests other Green and'Robert Onen .of Starke all of Pillion, S. C., and three Lot .I. a III I+'4 It of Lot '

ver a fill undermined by. heavy courthouse and shot him the bullet parertta Hr.-; and "Mrs. 'H. f.Oalney. visited :here Sunday. grandchildren. 'l'ruh I .fIlk: a lids 1 .1.lvln".I"n.Addition

fiia and 'floodwaten.. striking 'hIm 'In the left- side. He ,S..E. Godwin and Denver Godwin .. --.. --t to Stsrke ._'.__II I II' -' Itsy. Newsomare.. ?_... .7.n t
We farthest from God Lots I 1 11. 14 of 111k J
died soon after.NAMES of.Maxvtlle-were vl.ltor'here Sun are away
J.. P. Hazen and 35. A. Qalney per Liv/ngstam/ Truby a
,
when cannot him In
END CONFERENCE spent the first of the week attend day.H. we perceive ('op' Addition to Hla'k..U 6 U -: J. n. Moore--e--_" ''7."
| KEY WEST-Some plan for re- SHORT ROUTE business in Miami.B. C. Wimberly returned to our fellowbelngs.-Lucy Larcom. Lots '. T of IIlk 19. Livingston.
billtatlon work' here was prom- TALLAHASSEE The new ing Gainesville .Monday after spendingthe ..1.1.. -4> ,. ,. Trillo a Co' ,
F. Hasten was attending 'to Allllilton tp "1.rke..n..U' S II .w 1oI..h,1, U.I.n M.r..reau_
cut route ion :State Jt0a41l0.! CARD OF THANKS H.II
ehmt
with
ed Jultu
Monday by f. Stone. weekend here relatives. ,
Starve "Monday. Lots I. 0, 7, 6. G, 10 of BikII "
|r., state FERA administrator, folwing 4 near Jacksonville, running from business te Carson:::M. .
a conference with city and the south side of the city to Bay Rev. G. E.; McGauley held services Starke.. friends our heartfelt thanks for Co'. Addition to tllark..U 8 U Frank Morgan ___-__h ".n
designated at Corinth Church Saturdayand their atervlce and efforts Late 1, 1 of Elk 1LIvingston. :- ,
unty officials on economic and ard baa been formally *4.G4AHAJII,. : untiring : .I'Truby a Cos I ,

employment problems. Stone by ,Chairman ,C. B.. Treadway of', Sunday during the, sickness and death of tlu""lvl."III .. ..___.. .-14 6 U Annie Williatne _h_____ 17,1"

rbo came: here by airplane with the State Road Department .as," Rev. Crosby Hellbronn held i 1 our beloved husband' and father, All 111k 1..clJIVJ oton.: r I.. ,: .

governor Dave Sholtz made 'no "Phillips HighwayThe mania was I church! services here Sunday 1. IV Carmichael. May God's Truby..a...__ _. dlvl5100 }
,, --- ___-15 5 II Annie WllIla", ___._ 8.11 f fE14
a ?
tatement regarding a proposed given In honor of Judge. B-PhU- Mr*. O. E. McGauley ana children ; blessings rest on each; of' YGu. 0' ink4Alos3of !: .. '. ,.-, ,

taabllltation program, but said an lips of South Jacksonville, a former spent "Friday in Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. L C. Smith, Correspondent I Signed; 81k 1. 1.lvlntrNlon., ', ;,
TruloJCo'. Mubdlvl.sion
nnouncement would be made chairman of the, State Road H. Gainey spent Saturday MRS. J. D. CARMICHAEL _.__ ,______..__.. a II Unknown. ; If''".',1 ....__...._ ..011
I'lUiln the next few days. Goveror Department in the Hardee administration -I night at Duke' Station' as guestof Mrs. Arthur Broughton was visiting L. R. CARMICHAEL; Lot 8 of Blk It, I.lvlnll- e

Sholtz expressed hope that the and author of the act"' her niece, Miss Eliza Duke. her daughter, Mrs. :John A. C. CARMICHAEL, .Stun TrubJ/ a Co'. Sub.- iv
"I' division ..____. _.._I. 6 II .
-Je..I.
Short ___ ___ 7,11
|refrain could be put ,into effect passed by the State Legislature to Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of Strickland at Hellbronn Springs MRS. N. F. CROSBY Wt4 of BUe U, LL"ln.- s p r

Tiortly. I 1915 to create the department. i Ralford spent Sunday here as Saturday.Leo MRS. R. L. REDDISH, stun Truby" Co'. lIub. 'a

quests of heir! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dyal and U C. Smith left W. M. CARMICHAEL. division .___._._. ---_.25 1 II '- Ella WAUhew. ______? l/lb
4> Lots I 4 of Blk'/1. '.1.- AtInCelon
Thursday for a few days stay at .
... A. Brown. Truby a Co's '

AMAZE A MINUTE I Mrs Q. S. Crotty of Jacksonville WlBdenDere. I SubdivisionSI S U lO"hram Thom. .______ '..011t"lot 1
spent the week-end here as The Rev C. C. Butler filled hit SUNDAY DINNER'SUGGESTIONS Lo : of 111k 18, Llv. w

SdENTIPACTS. BY ARNOLD attest of her aunt Mrs. A. J. Fln- regular appointment at the Christian Subdivision Tnihy____-a___Co'e_.u I II -, r. K. X.II'------, 11.88 +i

holster Church: ,Sunday morning and Lots. I. 4 .r Sly! a' BIle 16. ", ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and evening. Lavin J.: .
C..'. SubdlvUlon..2$ 1 II O."ar 1).11 __ _____ 1.53
Minnie Lou, and J. P. DenwlU Phillips returned to his --- v
daughter
By AM* FAQs I.".. 1 I. a, f. 5 of Bile I, ( ,' a d
RAINING FISH/ Hazen who .have been spending home In Jacksonville after a visit f fmftftrOflABLB' a*' weather sea Davis{ A. Truby'r Addl- A. Z. Adkin.. ....':..,s.: _._ 1",11 ulion
-A allOWla oP PIN oc.c.ultUD the last few weeks In North of several days with' his ,aunt Mrs. I \J dniM hawa seen ever onufc m to rtarke.--.It' S II IXI', '
Lots 5 7 of Rlk Davis ly
J. t. '
M. Griffin.
returned V.
E11.MtID,ISIS.wI/iW A.IIOM. Carolina, have tae our winter crowuic **otkwf > 'a. Truby'. ddltlon to r'
e*Fit. win CA"-*NT m A WAT** Miss ,Lucille Webb has returned Mm. Florri McKmney of Sampson have had UM klaV* UMI ..tlt.rke -,- ____.___U 0 II A, Z. Adklni.L.t.--e.- IT." )
*OUT AltO WmT INLAND ey A home after spending few weeks City attended ,church, services sue....." for eroduelai ...'frees, Lot... 1 I, 5, T, 10 .f Elk a, ", t y
and relatives in Mi her Sunday night vsjetaUat a4 strawbirl. Ifeveihave Dsvla TrllhJ" Addl.Y, '
1 ITaOMII ...... with friends Altaian and the supplies of eabbaca, eauHfewer. ion to rtarke.----.15 I II A. z. A home Mr. and Mrs. Henry l
... ami. She was accompanied '
hfoeeoU. aBb.c., gr- beau Lot.4// of Bile re P.l1C Nil' 1
by her cousin Miss Hazel Cunningham children of Nicbolls returned to sad pss ..... carrot. oJ..,... ,... ft, N. J. Jones Addition ,I. .'
to Mt..rk. _.._____..__..,11 'I' II Mrs.. Mary
.. who will spend a while hereas their home Saturday after a stay toes sad tesiatsss bee; Ann ar rnortplvDUfttL .. O.Walnwr/Rht. / : ...11

: guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. of several weeks with relatives. The ..,.....-..... Is *speetai > drlsI,3,5 PIP'. I. HRhwsy( C.5.7Iof Addl. ,. ?, a" ,1) -.t'-! .

a Webb. J. W. Eddy of Waldo was visiting tare. *to.ks*esiassUerelhan. wiwl.rr ties to rtarke...., _--14 I II. )tra MuyOWa.nwrl.ht. II."

I, 4) In our section Monday.Mr. Than-w>.*j>*et*for fresh yak are side Lot Addition S I of I Bile to Ntsrke-1' Highway..11 S as :'Gulf'i.flninr' -' : ... :
I and Mrs. J, P. Roberts of toe bright. thonab available suppll .. Lots J, t,4 1 4. 't 5.5 ofHIk
Starke attended church services plus the s.... smokJ and canned "asoOMnt J. Iliphw.y Addl- ,I,
here Sunday. 11 will be t. meet all lion t. Sitke.___ .t$ I U +r''Mri.MarjOWalawrlgbtp! 51,51
HIGHLANDM. I +- 4emaala '.n. oonUno* t* drop t. Lo' 4, I. 1. T .t FIll t. : .i .
I price and cheese soatlna lopa> B.5. Mattbewe Addition .
B, Crews. Cer.: JOHN DUNCAN CARMICHAEL .site The** food eenbtn well with "A" 10 .tarke.._____.,.I' S ,,12 "Ior.neie reO' can.." ..v. $2.16
DIES AT.HEILBBONN $BPKINO8 aewMri, spackottl sad aoodles te! .....,. t. t" 10 fit Bile 11 I,
auk* satisfying Lntn dlsbsTh Tomyle'e" Additloe tostark.
r -- Quaker Maid uffast the tol' ___,.? _,__..1e: 1 U _. A. H. Jr..n_______ n.n "
Mr. and Mrs. Max Carter and Funeral service for Johd Duncan lowing Suaday dlnaer _..... Lota 6,1 of IIlk U, Tsm- I
4 Jewel and Junior, spent Carmichael'of Hellbronn pl.'. ddltlon tfl tarke.at t U C. A. II'.h' and
children Springs. who died Thursday following Low Coat Dinner. Joe 'I.trunk"' .:______ 5.5$ i
In Jacksonville and Camp '
Sunday I..t. t, to 0' IJI...'If. Tom- I
Foster.Mrs; a brief Ulnesa" were held at Fork Chops Boiled RJoAplaach pie' Addition tfl Hlark.U I U warren' rerkln. _______ ....

ANDS A FAMILY ELPosi. Avis Hardee spent the past 11:00: o'clock FridayJune 39, and Brad with and tenon Butter Butler 14'J.''' 8i.OMyers..Addition "

... A4JNpuat TIC ATLA$ week with Mr, and Mrs. M.' '1.0.1 Interment made in Dyal cemetery Baked Bananas 10 IIt.rlro __________-.5. 4 ft ,3. '1.( Bullen.---___ .'.'11 '
oU TIeS U.L.nfNsiMoINaecsTosewosD Crews at the State Farm. I with the Rev,' C,A. Crosby official Tea or Coff* Mtlk Com 1S7 4 ft VS of HB' Cor, ., 1

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, u.>ar- H'Mr : Medium Ct Dinner f of. Broadway A Hoyt a
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Q at* A run M 105 ft. N
AND SPBIJJN.. Jr., Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly and Miss Carmichael was born at IOB ft w 10( ft, H 10S't. ,, .N +'i
Patty WImberly were visitors to' Dillon, S. C, July 29 1852. He Broiled Lola BuskcBaked'Potato* ft to 8..*.__.*.?..____,,. t 11 --', w. t. 1Murh.rty.-- s.u

Starke Saturday. came:to Florida la 1802 locating' Snad sad Buttes .Com of 1415 Broadway ft e of A MB Host Cop r,,: t' I; ...;: .c\\, frI

Mr. and MeL M. U Crews visited, first In Pasco County. where h* was Orapenmlt with Hon* Hi. on N side, of Hoyt .. A 'av; ;,'1# ",<1"\:\ a.

his. father. F,. M, Crews Monday. engaged to the turpentine business Coffee Milk NrunN103ft.a. ..'
Mfe ft. M In W
accompanied borne by ; later be moved to this community u7... .. ft,,_,.. SIM; Fi
r They were Very Spew Dinner B >,.- -11 S 11 W. L. Daurh.rty.,,,,,_ 4,"i
9 Miss Eloise Hardee for a visit. ,wh re be greslded until his Com III ft K of KID Cor '
Tel* TWO MAM OH i OrdartBakd of Broadway A Hoy ..' Ya
IJtle Miss Oleeta Green Miss death, ,
Ban New rotate HI of
A TUBTt POUND M FlOttOA on N Me Hoyt
tr Tim Ethel Green and MUs Ells Green He was a member> ,of the Prssbytterfan Creamed Cauliflower tit A run N' 104 ft. 0I2W I,
ACTUALLY 44M4T evil of Starks spent Sunday here the church sine early. In life. LHtuc sad Tomato Salad ft, M tot ft. W It"'i
$AAas tooo POD rr$ iN4a SurvWtng KoB and Batter ft fit "-*.___......._.10 tl '- Mr*.:Kttna O. .Gwia. ;, yr ..../$ ;
guests of Miss. Patty, Wlmberly. him are,.Ida widow;

Cecil Hardc, ,left ,Monday for three A. .C,..CaraicbMj f eke, crease JIWI Cake :CAHt'.rOFffl TaiCen.etor'; Irlorla-. :
W City .f Htarke"! I5".a
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a r PAGE: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRJlMY,
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Baptist Circles MeetTCircle 'f'fkd the Worst i is Yet to Come=- 1

; No. 1 of the Baptist Woman's .. \.

: 3ocjctyJJJ'I' Missionary Union met. with t .
IIttemoon.'e.
Mrs W. J. Epperson and Mrs G I ; i

,A Anderson at the Epperson homeon t AI it ,. {i : ",
South- Walnut Street Monday; l WILL 81F .. \," I IIIEu i
n"- i't.'. r.a afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.In !
: > Rt. : ;:
Circle'Meetings' Held Starke To Entertain the )living and dining room v !3U. .

where the members ware seated ___ ______._ I
:Monday Afternoon Junior W. C. ConventionThe i was effective arrangements of 4 : Atj.' n

r Mrs. O. L. Haynes was hostess Starke Grove Woodmen Cir summer flowers and fern in table 1 :

11 to Circle No. 1 of the Woman' cle will entertain the Junior, Wood baskets. '." r -

Missionary Society of the Metbo men Circle Convention this month Mrs. E. 'C: Priest leader of the 4' -. .. I % Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Kiniaw Florist

\\/1':/, dial., Church Monday afternoon. In and the tbat comprise thin. circle conducted the devotionaland 'I. \ ,
'1; the absence of J(the,/'clrcte leader, groves brief business session and appointed 4 < FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
''ih Mrs T. J. Griffin the meeting was district and who plan to attend the following church flow .

presided over by Mils Amelia Ray I are:' Lake Butler Alachu; Ocala, er committee for the balance of: Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers
t: After a ahortv business session. High Springs Gainesville, also this month: Second Sunday, Mrt i e '
t f the worship service was conducted their sponsors. W. J. Epperson- and Mrs 0.- A.! Artistic Floral DesignsWe

''j;],' by Mrs. B. M. Montgomery the Members of the Junior Wood- Anderson; third Sunday Mra/'F' /
worship theme being! "Inspiration." men Circle of Starke aft busy get-I B. John and Mrs. L A. Reynolds; TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Time

""I :Mrs. Montgomery stated'' that ting new members for Initiation at, fourth Sunday, Mrs P. M. Bare- c Member Florist Telegraph Delivery'Association,
1: 1. man's greatest source of Inspiration this convention and tbS date of' foot and Mrs. Lloyd Green; fifth I A Guaranteed and Bonded Service
r baa been the Bible. The pro- this meeting and other information Sunday Mrs. R. A. Thomas Mrs. I '
',(' gram subject was "The Bible la will be announced in next week's 1. G. Hemingway and Mrs. E. C. i 311 CHURCH ST., PHONE No. 40
Brazil," and taking part on the Priest. The* circle also decided to ,
paper.
,W program were Mrs. J. W. White, I ..f' 7 give a glass shower for the pasto- STARKE FLORIDA
:
.:Mrs. J. H. Ritch and :Mrs W. A. rlum at the August meeting which
: :" Bessant: Jr.During taking part on this program'WereMiss will be held at the home of Mrs .
''E' the social period Mrs. Olive Ray Mra. M. E. Edwards -' Orle Wiggins with 1 Mra. Wigginsand j I1' --

; Haynes assisted by Mrs. L. D. ':Mrs. Sam Anderson!\ ;"Mrs. Mrs. F B. Johns as co-host !
t, ; and Mrs. J. F.
}f, :Vlnlng served light refreshments Colley.A.* W. Anderson The devotional was con- esses. HOW MUCH DO YOU' SPEND
'i to the following guests: Mrs. Em.Mi and The seventh and eighth chaptersof
O. Halle
ily Philips of Lakeland Mrs. A. H. ducted by Mrs. W the book "Larger Stewardship;' ,,
Mi+r2 Green Mrs, C. L. Stockwell Miss prayer was offered by ,Mrs. .M. E. was .read by Mrs..G. A. Anderson
;s
::1 Kate Struth.. Mrs. B. U. Montrom17t Edwards. after which a social hour was en- FOR FOOD IN A YEAR?

ery, Mrs:W.,H. Struth. Mrs. BL K. The hostesses assisted by little joyed when the hostesses for the ,
,
,' Ferryman. Mrs.>J.i,H. Bitch, Mrs. Elise Green Misses Fenella and afternoon served delicious refreshments '-' If you can answer that 'question
J. W: White; ..Mies: Amelia Ray, Louise Snyder served tempting re-' ''of individual cakes and ""'I'i.,'< '. ,!" ,YI .r. .... ,, '..' .. .#. > an exceptional housekeeper. Very you tew are
Mrs W. A.,>Beasant., Jr., and Mrs. reshrnenta to the following pests: punch., '",f .. \ women can tell how much It costs to feed
P '
N. T. Hitch! Mrs. A.' W. Anderson, Miss Olive their families for a year.

Mrs. A. F. Saula and Mrs. 1.. D. Ray. Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs-. A,' W. day ClrclejNo.party with 2 enjoyed Mora: '8.' L.spend-tlit; Peek at ...: U-v.e.I1hi' M.a... ,II:-. D Yet food Is the largest expense monk
Green were co-hostesses to Circle Redgrave, Mrs. M. E. Edwards KIngsley Lake Monday. A famine have). About a third of the av
:; P. Mrs. J. F. Col- erage Income I Is spent for food
No. 2, at Mrs Saul's home on Mrs. W. Smith "
North Cherry Street. The circle ey, Mrs. E. S. Matthews: Mrs. W. The members motored out to the Methodist Sunday School. LAKE BUTLER Six mlUlon women have found that at
Peek place at 10:00: o'cUclit and the Classes Entertained A&P they can get the best
leader, Mrs. A W. Anderson, presided E. Middleton. Mrs. H. B. McLendon quality food
over the business session and Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs W. remainder of the morning was" Miss Louise Smith' LAKE BUTLER July 5.-The ISTAIuoHte at price that save rnaAy dollars on the
spent in sewing and conversation.. Sunday annual food bill. Small amount
Hiss, Olive Ray acted a* secretary. G., Halle. School class regular meeting of the Board of sated
At the noon hour a.. covered dish was entertained last on dally purchases run Into a great deal
Mrs .A. Wood was in charge of Clrle No, 2 will meet the ffcrst luncheon was enjoyed,*after which Wednesday at picnic, by Mrs.. H. Public Instruction met in regular WHERE ECONOMY RULES of money In the COUI'8fot a year.
the missionary lesson which was Monday In August with Mrs. A. W. a short business meeting was hold A.> Bishop and non, Harold at the session Monday and selected teach

ih about the Bible In Brazil, and Redgrave: with the leader Mrs. L. G. Pow u1; Bishop cottage at Kingsley Lake. ers for the coming term for Union GRANDMOTHER'S
High School: Richard Warren
-- In charge. A.special collection Mrs. Bishop and daughter. Dot principal; Harold Prlster assist. Fresh, Plain or Sliced 14-Oz. 18-Oz. 2 -()z.
rr was made to help send Mrs. R. A. entertained the Sunday School
ant: Miss Vivian Fowler,.Mrs. D.
Thomas ,representative from the lasses of Mrs L. A. Davis and BREAD 6c Sc
': T. Gill and :Mrs. M, P. GeIger. lOc
Mf
W U., to the Baptist Assembly Mrs W. E-'MUMlJtoVon Friday at I .
Teachers in the'
CanovaPharma In DeLand next month. Two new i their cotta&af'the. lake. grammar grades QUAKER MAID.-Wlth Tomato Saiice "
were: Carrie Sloane, eighth; Dora
A members were welcomed into the ,At both of these the
outings .seventh Mrs. Blanche
circle, Mrs:James Lewis and Mr.J. folk Johnson ; Pork & Beans '
young lpld'tamost 16-Oz.
enjoyable Howard. sixth Katharine Cans 25c
; !\ Epperson -
STARKE FLORIDA C. Downing. Mrs. A. M. Darby. time-' .
fifth Hazel Brown fourth
r president of the W. M. If.:, and her ;; ; HIGH
Mrs. Belle and QUALITY
Knlghton third
daughter-,Mrs. C.,W; Chalkw of Senior
B. Y P..U.lIas
I New Orleans;:La., were vlslt i'l. '> PartyThe Mrs. Fayree Kennedy, second. Mrs.
i
;, TEN CAKES PALMOLIVE" SOAP__..,..-39c, Following the business' meeting Senior B.' Y. P. U. of the MIzell Knight will have charge of GRITS'or MEAL SPouds lIeBALLARD'S

if i '' 40c Fletcher's Captoriar-____,____.,:____1 a swim was enjoyed after wbicEbf First Baptist Church enjoyed a Mae the primary Lee grades. Mrs. Anna
will teach music In the OBELlSK-
M 25cs! Mavis Talcum Powder ______________19c the members returnedto'4hdjly: uatorlum.party last Friday evening at the school for all grades. Plain or SIIII Rising 6-Lb.Bag 12Lb. Bag 24.Lb.Bat

: "fylJO Sal Uepatica___ -____-______________98c homes., $HJ; Games' and contest Supt. T. S. Thomas Informs the '

.$130,.Bromo Seltzer_______________________98c ; Mrs.No. E.3, was W. Hayes hostess leader to her of circle Circle during the evening were and enjoyed refreshments -- 'writer salaries that and all other bills' for teachers' FLOUR 33c 63c $1.13

j SOc 666 Liquid__.,____-'-__.______.._.._____39c I at her home on Madison Street of sandwiches and >ald. Also has the budget expenses balanced.are .

S i SOc Grove's Chill Tonic__________________39cW Monday afternoon at 4:00: o'clock; tee punch Were served' by the commit-... Schools ran a full eight months WHITE, ; HOUSE Evaporated OUR OWN BLEND
,
where summer flowers adorned the ..
75c Vaseline Hair Tonic*________________69c living and M, I L K
n !'It., 3 7Sc Bayer Aspirin (100),_______________.: 9 member,were! seated RED BUO'REMEDIES .'

u4t ,..., 2Sc A mnt,,n's Cleat Powder'V',. ,*-..._.---... The leader conducted the devotlonaf"'adi1"'btiefnea.y.eiaione Now that picnic---;and huckleberrytime CATTLE FROM DROUTH AREA Accepted by the American T E A
,
""t' 1< .. ''' ,'01!_ ',' I
x.98e19cl t abd According to the Medical Association Commit
l f$\130Syrup' P'iepsln'JS2'2LK .___...__________ is upon us an unusual number I reports from -
office of the ocal FERA adminis tee on ,Food
and Tooth also conducted the topic for the of persons are exposed to infesta- I ,Se..n.J6ecI; :
25c Phillip's Pa81e"'f'19c
Colgate
afternoon "America's Heroes." trator. Sidney Hammond, an estimation
50c Tooth Paste ii Ll_ tl.l..39c/: i tion by the Irritating red bug. This has been asked for the 3 Tall Cans 17cLb.. Pk;. 19c
Ipana _.___..k__: 1; After the meeting was closed,a pest I I. usually abundant in the by

It115c Aloplien Pills (100)__----------_-...4rYJ S9c social,period was enjoyed when huckleberry snd weed patches and state's regional officer in Gainesville -

II' SOc Dr' {West Tooth Brushes._..______...__ 9a" Mrs. Hayes served the members along the banks of our lakes at that 'Union as to the County number can of care cattle for. STOKELEY'S .TE. DER WHITE
''delicious refreshments of CORN' 10c
present this season of the and No. 2 Can
year many
SOc' Milk of Magnesia (Pint).___-_-_-.,,,..._ I sandwiches, fancy cookies and iced person are doubtless Interested In These will be sent from the Middle ,

m' ; SOc Rubbing Alcohol-________;;.._____ _- tea., f a preventive and treatment. West drouth area and will be fat. IONA TENDER, GREEN
& _A__ \..4 tened and later canned for distribution PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 27c
m 60c Shell Spray..______________________-- nJ --' A bulletin Issued by. the Depart to needy families In the ,

60c Flit Spray__ ___?-.___-________.-__-'-_44c Ladies Auxiliary Notice R RThe ment.of Agriculture} says In part: county. Mr. Hammond states that IONA '

$1.00 Beef, Iron & Wine..______*...____...,__...__69c Presbyterian Ladles.Church, AtpclUary. will*of meet the places When Infested people with.are red going bugs it into Is within will the be next complied few days with.this,request STRING DEL MONTE FANCYSPINACH BEANS 3 No. 2 Cans- 25c

35c Mennen's Skin Freshener__......._.:-.._29c nest Tuesday afternoon, .at1' ,5:30: advisable to.wear leather legglnsor t

}! ,.$1.10 Coty Face Powder with Perfume_--_:_98c o'cock"at( the cottage of Dr. and high top shoes,..( 'TAX SALE-HELD MONDAY 2 No. 2 Cans 25c

SOc McKesson's Antiseptic Mouth Wash..or,39c. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell at Kingaley; Ousting the body and underwearwith IONA BRANDTOMATOES'
Lake. r dusting sulphur will give a Only forty acres of land was 2 No.
SOc Unguentlne ___-__,---_____-.________39cif Rev. George H. Lowry will bar{ high degree of protection. A light actually sold for taxes in Union 2 Cans 15c

charge of the program fo? the afternoon application. of coal oil to the outerelotbln& County as the tax sale was con
Friday and Saturday Cash Oniy the topic i being "Rapid sock-oT'stockings is a ducted by Collector Ury Sapp Mon-
good preventive. day. Other lands went to the state
,Changes In Foreign Mission. FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLESCalifornia
i'i'MRS: JOHN KINLAW, Sec'y After being"exposed to red bugs, treasurer for non-payment of taxes. -
.
Out of '
the several hundred
bathe as promptly as possible using -
medicated or strong soap lath- acres of lands that were originally (Pure Gold), ORANGES Dozen 40c
'

.j 5 TO 30 fflLESPER I L E E R- GALLON l OF I F GASOLIN e l L ; p' ering to dislodge freely and the using red bugs.a coarse Or rag alight 'Times adverUsed many in of the the Union owners County came ICEBERG RHUBARB LETTUCE Pound Large Head lOc lOc

... application of coal oil a few and paid their taxes before the FRESH BLUEBERRIES Quart 15e19c
L 1 : ., minutes before the bath will kill zero hour according to .1.11': '. Sapp. LEMONS Dozen
.
.,...-..1'1'I. .. ..., ,... ., '., ;..t. .,,. ,' the red bugs., All clothing shouldbe I I _. COOKING APPLES 2 Pounds 15c

\ \ j.ot} changed.No WATERMELON SHIPMENTS CUCUMBERSAVOCADO 2 For 5c
'. :: b sovereign remedy for the PEARS ''Each 5c
; '' Watermelons from
are moving
't .1'f.
_, \ bites Is known. Ammonia water
t. CELERY
; are: Dukes and Worthington Stalk 13c15c
strong salt water soda water, cool-

.,. .' ,, ,. .." ,.,..' .,. >>;"JpI',.."" 0( ,,.. ,,1: Ing *ointment have and their other advocates treatment ,!Springs shipments.district in In car the past and truckload three BANANAS '4 .Pounds.

i r "> l ; % 'r'I'; J1t" : : Scratching should, be avoided.. Apply -I weeks several cars of this fine fruit
', -.,_ 110: .., I Iodine or mqrcutpchrome to the lave been shipped to markets as ANN'PAGE PURE FRUITPRESERVES
.. far away. New York.. The farm-
.
bites.-UmatUla Tribune.. ,
.\ I'h.. l': ) .\i... ..' I ers In this section as well as those ,16-Oz. Jar. : 19c
.0" r *, I, two are realizing great profits GELATIN DESSERT
4a'i5'. "
;; Ilr tJ. )0.. ,( ,1\\ I from the watermelon. Plans are SPARKLE. '2 Packages 9c
._
.. being considered which the
f 1 ",'1_ ..." \\\\ .1: RITZ: THEATRE watermelon might upon be grown in this l-Lb" c- ZoLbCan S-Lb. Can.

4 't'.t'l o' \'\\" '. .:.. -'T.S county to a more profitable extent SNOWDRIFT 14c 25c c 37c

Fl. n s,ilsS ltPlr1"1 .. 6wr 4 STARK, riX>BIDAFRIDAY. than now. Growers say that the '''QUAKER MAIDBAKING ,
: ,' .f quality of this season's fruit by far
'va
s wMssls'ws 1 exceeds any that.has been grownIn POWDER 4-Oz.Can 5c
JULY 6
,
'Ash ill.sted .itT\" .
"' I'Sl" 'tttd ""HELL: CAT" the past.


"1su1Is' inP .1 f I.'I".S.. .....,,_,.. '..''as1" : Robert ArmntronK Ann Sothern PERSONALS- SUNNYFIELD Fresh Crisp Sultana BrandDellclom

?t Miss. Marion Kivers. daughter of CORNFLAKES
SATURDAY, AMorted
,yi 'isis.1' tt f,.ai} 'rltar1'' ''11Jsstalis' ,trait. $sotslt' I "BLACK MOON"Jack JULY Mr.guest and of her Mrs.parents C. F. Rivers here for Is several the Flavor

aa H....',Fajr Wray days.. JELL Y
,sisrtsl"i 1'1c ehia .
1." ulrrssst If Say ,." 1r, R. B Hewitt,who makes regular .
+ .. .. ,., "Trssdls. .SUNDAY, AND MONDAY trips to Georgia and other points 8-Oz., Package 7c 16-Oz Jar"15c
/ t, S-1 with fruit and
"". iitir" 1'l JULY vegetables, returned
.: '"' : .ht "sseNsrsbrjn Tuesday from New York. *
4srr j : "Strictly Dynamite"JIMMIE 8yCLOCK. Mild Mello
PURE
.1'S" rOpige Light rain visited this and SANTOS
) place
.
4" -- lllEl COSTS,
) .Mt jl. DURANTE
t'i ,\\\\1'\ l' liT.. ,. Lupe \>bw. Norman Footer surrounding communities Mondayand C 0 F FIE |
s Per Poand.19c
,.,\" '. \\t\t.\\'" lit'' SAVIISSr b' "f b"rr Wlllam Oargae,'Marisa Nixon; Tuesday of this week. ,
Mrs. T. C.
Chaatara
,, was the
r ,.\,, $430 : TUESDAY sad WEDNESDAY guest other brother-in-law and sis ALP.PJ2L Concord Plat Bottle Quart gotdeGRAPE

,I tK I, JULV 10-11 ter. Mayor and Mrs. C. A..Roberts, JUICE 23RA.JAR
,
n '1 Up At The Factory T Low Delivery ChargeIMEIICA'S ... '\ .,1", "NOW I'LL TELL" Tuesday. 13c
-- G.W.Spire and) daughter, Irine ;
Jal
Supreme Quality
Alice Pint Jar Quart
FoVriMI Spencer Trmey. Fajrv
LOIEST-PRI5ED!: SEIAM Hvlrn Twetvetrsea have returned from a few'days
visit with relatives! in Wauchula. 1 SALAD DRESSING 13c 23c

Many of the resident of Raifordand ,
'p: a :1 Florida THURSDAYBARGAIN
WASDIN Starke
S. '
R.
'' other towns were business visitor "'
.
!c ... r .. DISTRIBUTERS NIGHT here\ Monday on wuicu date
R.IS. EVANS!: MOTORl.inc? ? STATE f/1 1C..\RL CARROLL'S I, the Board of County Comminsion alvI1iI"'SPREAD1ik-

,; ' JACKSONVILLE.!: TAMPA, MIAMI 4i "MURDER AT THE er* and the,Board of Public In
? *" VANITIES" struction met In their monthly session. '

I&'SW? ONLY i FULLY SJMAMLINED, I. ECONOMY I I V,GASSi la Mr-. and Mrs. C. F. River .I THE GREAT ATLANTIC: &: PACIFIC. .TEA COJIPASTJ



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JULY 8, 19M
,.I rm\V. _.__. _.._. _.._ ._ ... BRADFORD COUNTY TELEoRAPH!: STAJIKE.. FLOKID. k-\JK F1VK '
--- - --- -, -. --- "' ---- -- -- ---- --- ___- ___.M______ ___--__ _' _. __ --'--"" ... .. .-. .- .
,r Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown Mr. and' Mrs. Richard Fox and E. C. Priest, Gulf agent with The aard-vark of South Africa

of the State Farm left Friday fora NAT SEZ: If]I little daughter Arlyne, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fired Wlnterlee of has ears like a horse ,a snout like 4

two weeks' visit In AahevUle, Charlie Wiggins of Macon, GA., Ocala, returned Thursday from a, hug and...a body like a bear.
Bits ofl.bcal'N N.C. 1 I see by the papers that another spent the first of the week herewith several daya't'; visit ja.": Atlanta, J .
great; air pilot has had his career relatives. They returned home Amerlcua, and"Macon, Go- AVVUe A,,.moraKfsenslbla and well-bred
Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Garrick of ended by. a'.fatal rash. I :can't i Wednesday and were accompaniedby in Atlanta Mr: ,-Priest andVMpWtar man win jdot afront me ,and no
Mount Erie, Pn? were recent help 'but thinkof Mrs. Fox's mother, Mrs. Stella terlee' attended a meeting of the other can: .:;.Cowpr.. "
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto a funny story Wiggins, also of Macon, who had Gulf dealers ._- V
Hutto. I heard! BOOM spent the past month here with i i i.. i i Gifts cost one big British tobac..
time ago. relatives, and Mrs. 0. H. Bennett say MacDonald.It l. co company $7,500,000 in the last
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. S. W. Varnadoe or Savan- It seems..thaa and son, Stanley. ''Is more Important that you year ,

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN nah, Ga., has been a recent guestof certain man should have a knowledge of others i e i'-' ';,
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.. P after a lot ofcoaxing i Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto> and than that they should know you,-' Goldenrod Is the national flower "
I Smith. : had daughter Carnlta,. left Thursday Confucius. of, the United States.SCHOOL .

gone up for: ale for Orangeburg, S. C., where they .
L-- Miss Hazel MidoJetom returned first flight."The will visit Mr. Hutto's mother, Mrs. He is i a friend who, in dubious
J tp. T Abernathy of Graham was Miss Lois Adkina spent several Sunday from Madison where she unexpected happened -, O. P. Hutto, and Mrs. Hutto' parents circumstances, aids In deeds when

|a visitor here Monday. days this week in Jacksonville' with wee the guest" of -Miss. Rachel a cm** Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Rltter for d"dae: necessary.-Plautua.i OF THE
relatives: Smith. '. thing wentwrong. several days. They will also visit -.--.----
relatives in By the same means we do not always DANCE
'!! J. D. Doyle spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and! 1< with the Charleston and Columbia
lafternoon In Jacksonville. B. F..Hazen of Brooker was at their guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. Q:'ngln\ "and the plan fell. A crowd ,before returning home. arrive at the same ends.-St. STARKE, FLORIDA

tending to business,, here) Monday Garrick, spent Monday at'St. Au- soon assembled at the scene and .1'j Real.For..:'., I I
carson M,.,Orlffl" of Highland afternoon. gustine. ... V ; the cry. went out. "Get a doctor Buy your fryers at "'ood'.. ""- TAP WALTZ CLOG

| a visitor here Monday.. ,- quick." Nobody stirred tor a mo- -- BUCK
1'0'B8 George B. Flynn of Denmark, S. Miss Alice Perkins of Largo was. ment and then a little fellow with, Mrs. S. P., Vandlvlere and son That Hungry
Mrs. J. Morgan of Brooker C., spent the week-end here with a weelr.endlest of Mr. and Mrs.H. glasses on stepped up and said that I Pitner, of Marianwho., have Feeling. Enroll Now Clam ....lIIOOnll
|wwag a visitor here Friday. his family tc'I L. Browclee and Miss Mary he wasn't a regular doctor but that been visiting her parent,, Mr. and START MONDAY JULY 16
Brownlee. he was a horse doctor. The man Mrs. O. W. Alderman, tap the past BEEF BARBECUE
J W. Surrency of Brookerwas I who was hurt and b"rely'conacious two weeks, left Monday for Talla-. Yourself PopularLEARN
Mrs Attorney H. O; :brown of Lake TO 1).1NCEInstructions
visitor here Friday. ,Butler Mr. heard him raised up and said, "A hasseo for a visit with Mrs. Vandl-' PORK nAIUJECUECldt'k..1a
a was a professional visitor and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsand
.
horse doctor, will do alright be- vlere'a ,brother-in-law and sister. By
i here Monday. Mrs. G.,W. Andrews of New ;
Miss Mae Patchett of Lake City River were visitors here Saturday cause I was a:'Jack Ass to go up. in Mr, and Mrs. George C.White. Dr. Salad! Sandwiches A IMtOFKSSIONAI! VNCEU
that plane I In the first Vandlvlere 'is .
here Saturday. place. ap.ndinalIeve.ral
|was a visitor! Mr. and Mrs,W. C. Boswell of afternoon.. weeks at Fort Barrancas, Penaa- AtHALL'S Address ;

Judge and MrsA.. Z. Adkins Ocala. L., Matthews.spent Wednesday here withE. Mrs.;H. M.'Wa!dln and children Why take chanced f Buy Pete-nl' cola. .- PLACE J. J. WILLIAMS

[spent Tuesday In: Jacksonville: and Mrs. Ft T, Abernathy of Gra- Shoes from! un ;"and you will be safe. Mutual-enrichment Is a conditionof Near Seaboard Depot 8TAKKR. FLORIDA
ham were visitors here Monday .y
A. M. Blanchard of Lawtey was Buy your .fryers at Wood's. afternoon. individual.enrichment. Ram- .yv
Have you been having trouble
to business here Monday.
attending Ronald is getting Socks that wear? If so,
Pitts spending a month Mrs. M. E. Edwards is in Gaines- m m m mm Hi g mmmmg g i g g mmB g gi
I J. H. Ritch of Tallahassee spente at the C.M.T.C, headquarters. at I ville spending awhile with her son- try our Munslngueur Special at
week-end here with his family. Fqrt Screven,.:Ga,' In-law and daughter, Col. and Mrs. Slki\ or 3 for a Dollar, they will nut. Tomato DelMonte d
1811 you. t
,
-
J. C. Adkins.
Sliced ?'
Sheriff W J..Epperson and J. B. Miss Elma i Thomas of Green TIP TOP

Sapp were visitors to Tampa Frl- Cove Springs was' a visitor here Mrs. J L. Wilkes and Mrs. Paul Do you like to look your brat In

''a.'. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mcllvaln of Jacksonville spent a Bathing Suit Let wt sell youa Juice Pineapple
Thursday with Mrs. A. Z. Adklns MuiMlngweur Suit. They lookO.
Mr and Mrs. S. L. Crews of Lake and Mrs. W. G Halle had as at Kingsley Lake. K. *

iuUer were visitors to Stark- Sat-! a guest Sunday her brother J.. O. -. GROCERY
day. Curtis of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. J. W. Edwards Mrs. Jose- Can
phine Edwards and Maine Ed- Ale-Call Pattern cost a little No. 2 Can
', Shirley Lake Worth more worth n1or STARKE FLORIDA
Judge A. Z. Adkins and family wards spent Friday in Gainesville ; they're ,
pent the week-end In Starke with have moved out to their large. new visiting relatives r.+

friends. house at Kingaley ,Lake. IT PAYS TO BUY AT 5c Friday a Saturday July 6-7 17cMATCHES.
Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. Briggs and ,
children, Johnny and Betty of Jack-
Miss Guilda Marie Thede of Law
ENT A WORD sonville spent the Fourth of Julyat STERNBERG'SStarke
tey was in Starke last week visiting Kingsley Lake.

Miss Marjorie .Stump. ,. MATCHES CIGARETTS '
'
COLUMN.fPEWRITER Mr. and Mrs. "F. A. Scott, Mr. I
I
Prof and Mrs..W. L. Beacon and I

paper and'second RIBBONS sheets,on carbon salet son Starke of Saturday Lawtey afternoon.were visitors to||and Gainesville M.. Montgomery Mrs. W.Tuesday.A. Scott were. and visitors Mrs. B.In the Bobby past month Glatzau"here'who with has his uncle spent I Packages'' 15c Per Ctn. $1.15, 3 Boxes l lOc ''

office. Phone 29.
t the
Telegraph and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A.
tf'OR Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr.,
Buy your fryers at Wood's Scott, has returneid to his home In r1
have gone to Orlando where they
|. ) SALE-Two-door Model A will be located for time. DeLand.Col. Quart
condition. some Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- SWEET PICKLES l&c GRAPE JUICE 15c1 ;
_
Ford In first Clara .. .__ ,
issetfs Hdw. & Furn. store. at' Wood's.Mr. gate are spending this week in Wllston. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De-
Buy your fryers
the guests of their cousin Land will spend the week-end In
'OR SALE-Field of corn, nearly Miss Eulalie Fugate. Starke with Mrs. Futch's brother- I 2' Can 4'\'g1' ekagw f
ripe well-filled ears. Make offer. .. and Mrs. S.' L. Peek and at -- In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. H. TABLE PEACHES.No. 12/2c JELLO, All Flavors. n'- c
family are enjoying a stay .
f.J. Pattee, Starke, Rt. 2. Miss Elaine Wynn of Hampton L.1 Brownlee. 1
Kingsley Lake,at the Peek place.. returned home Sunday.afternoon

AUCTION of Fire Screen and after spending several days with Mrs. James Sb4'I and and daugh- 2

tare Paintings Saturday at afternoon Dampletr's at Hard-4OOI : In Ed Starke Busbee Tuesday of St. Petersburg visiting at was the Miss Dorothy White. ter, Cleo, returned Friday to their LYE HOMINY __ 5c JERSEY BRAN FLAKES 15c r.i
,- home in Hilliard after a visit with
'flock Don' miss,an opportunity. home d"of'"Mr." "and. !. .Mrs......E....C.;;.Priest.. Mrs. Jessie ,Mae Blakely' spent Mr. and Mrs., fc '( A. Knight' at
the week-end In Lake City with her Kingsley Lake.
brother and siater-in-Iaw"Mr. and RITTER'S Fruit and Vegetables t OK
I Mrs. Johnny Balsden. Mrs. Miriam' Klckllter and '

S.JOHN'S' daughters, Hiss ,.Dorothy Claire Pork & Beans SOAP
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ward Klckllter, and Mrs. Clifford Craft, LARGE Dot+n

are enjoying a ten days' visit In and A. B. Shirley spent. Sunday at 2 For 9c LEMONS .... .19c 5 For lpc
Plant City with Mr. Ward's'daughter St. Augustine: .v "-1..0.-_ ,... V
GOLDEN UH'EBANANAS 4 Um. .
Mrs. W. E. Bullard.
WEEK-END Rev. and Mrs M. C. Stith and .. 15c :
Miss Mary Brownlee has returned ons of Jacksonville spent last BEST, WHITE. Each TABLE'iJ
home from DeLand and Day- Thursday, and Friday here with AVOCADO PEARS 5c \ '
tona Beach where she has spent Mrs. Stith's parents, Mr., and Mrs. BACON SALT
SPECIALSMILK.3 some time with friends. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. Vo. 1 8 Urn.
,,,
'
Pound _12c IRISH POTATOES ,lOc 3 For. ,,10cSNOWDRIFT 'fl
Mr. and :Mrs. Lloyd Green Mrs. and Mrs. George W.: Marks
5 Urn.
P. M. Barefoot and daughters, and little daughter MarJorie, of
Juanita and Sara, spent Friday DeLand have been enjoying a visit ONIONS"I'10c
1 afternoon In Jacksonville.Mrs. at Kingsley Lake,with Mrs. Marks' Whole Grain COMPOUND h
Tall Cans 17c I parents, Mr.and 114....A. M. Darby.
SNAP
1 :M. A. Hart of Surrency, '.- RICE BEANS lOc LARD
IRISH''POTATOES__...-10 Lbs. 18c 'da., Is here for,a ten days' visit W. E. Yarbrough and two little ;2 Head.15c. ,

,with her son and daughter-in-law, daughters. Fay and Mary Alice, of 5 Pounds., .22c LETTPcE -' 3 Pounds ..,. .25c '
MACKEREL_,-2 Cans 15c Mr. and :Mrs. Wt H. Hart i Pittsburgh, are enjoying a visit
-- here with Fay and Mary Alice's

GOOD BROOMS_------.,-- __Each 25c Mrs. Edward Wolf of Jacksonville grandmother, Mrs. R..,,S. Fernan-
spent Sunday In Starke with dez. SNOW WHEAT }
BEST BUTTER________...-Pound ,,28c 'her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. II or a
and Mrs.'Sam, Anderson.Mr. Mrs. F. H. Long has returned 6 Lbs 1Z Lb<* 24 LbiFLOUR -

BEST CHEESE____..__: -._-_Pound 19c 1 home after spending a week In
.. and Mrs Freeman Register Jacksonville with her aunt Miss
Best Sliced Breakfast Bacon.Pound 22c.' and son. Freeman, Jr:, have been May Peek, and her son-in-law and 27c 48c 89cr
spending/ several days at the Biggs daughter Dr.. and Mrs. B. S. Car-

RICE __...,?,_\---------,-& Lbs. '22c .cottage at Klngsley Lake. roll. _

MOTHER COCOA2 Lb. Can 18c Mrs. Clifford Craft with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire ; ,
Mrs. Kramer DeSha of Waldo and and little daughter, Sue Darby,, of II' '

DILL PICKLES ________-: _.Quart 15c Mrs. M..Reid of Avon Park spent Orlando have been enjoying a visit 'BROOKFIELD. "TIP- TOP MARKET BROOKFIELD'
Friday at Daytona Beach. at Kingsley Lake' with Mrs. Ma-

MUSTARD _.-Quart lOc gulre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. MayonnaISe Relish Spread :
Miss Mildred Hundley of the M. Darby. *r :'

Maxwell House COFFEE___...:Pound 29c State Farm spent the weekendhere Quart a ..25c.Beef Liver ,. ..Lb. 15c Quart .... ,25c )
with Miss Dorothy Sapp at Mrs. 4 O-; .Yd ,Anderson has re- .
Charmer COFFEE her home on Cherry Street... turned to'her hdiMila Archer after '
____ Canv17c
_. ,( C'H' ARM E'R :
l a several,days! Vfall at'Klngsley Leg o-Lamb _. .. .:Lb. 30c ICE CREAM,
Pure Ground COFFEEPound'17c; Mr. and :Mrs. Ford Prescott and Lake with-.her son and daughter- '
children, of Dayton Ohio, are in-law, Mr, and Mrs. George A. COFFEE i ; POWDER

No. 2 YELLOW CORN___-_____$1.75. guests of :Mr. Prescotfs parents, Anderson. I' 1 .\ Chops __ .Lb.25c ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescott. Can. .17c Package.5c w,
$1.85 Mr and Mrs. C. gtqpkwell and
BEST 17 Per Cent SHORTS-m_ daughters, Mary Lorain and Kath-
Mrs. Gordon Blappey of Jack Bt ... ..Lb. lSc
MASH $2.3tf sonville has been a recent visitor leen. will, leave Saturday for a two mBY'S RED -- No. 2 CAN
LAYING
-,-_,..-..._ weeks' vacation in Randolph, Vt.,
at the home of Mr. and! Mrs. W.P.
SCRATCH $2-00 Smith on South Church Street. where they will visit Mr. Stockwell'I SALMON Span l )bs .Lb., '12c TOMATOES
---
?-" ---- --.----. parents.-

Cot. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, Mar- Mrs. H. B. McLendon spent partof Tall Can '-- _,1.Sc : Hlu 2 Cans. 15c,
raer Lb.
garet and Jimmy Adkins of last week at Atlantic Beach the ,.. 12Zc "
A few of the good prices we are fea-
many Gainesville spent the past week at guest: of Mrs. Lorenzo Baldwin of
Kingaley Lake at the Adkraa place. Jacksonville and Mrs. Matt Lawson Maxwell House OCTAGON
turing. Come to see us and. save money.: Break.-Bacon_ -Lb'2S c =
of Blnnnigham. Ala, who are
i _
3. M, Mott. H. P..Gataey. J.,A enjoying a several weeks'' stay at COFFEE TOILET SOAP s
Douglass, R. T. Osteen and A. B.
WE PHONE FOR PROJIPI'DELIVERY the beach. ISc
SOLICIT YOUR: ORDERS of the Brooker section .29c.Chuck Roast.Lb..
Surrency .. Bar .5c
,
SERVICE were business'" visitors here Mon- E. .C. Johns of Lawtey was a

day., visitor V,>,,S arke Satwday.and PoSNUFF Stew BseL VV.Lb. lOc '
while here was a caller. at the Telegraph HIGH PLANE
I' -, :Mr. and Mr. T.: Frank Landrumand office renewing his subscription rru a '}

Phone 45 :Free DeliveryJ little daughter." IdeU, are InInverness' to the papcr 4 Mr. Johns] baa 3 Cans, .... .25c ryers _...Lb. 23c 3 Cana .25c
visiting 'Mr. Landrum'sparents been a. subscriber to the Telegraphfor a. .1." ,, ,.. eLyl
Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Lan- the
pact twentyyears.
... .
'-
,
S
; 'Mor.. 'J. B. Sapp Mrs. W. 'B. frero >trip to;,Mmr. *Orion* Aa.M .
Mundy. Jr. and"Miss Dorothy Davis,!s'enjoy1 '*trar4 weeBV' MILK TEA, r SUGAR
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.J.HE' I,. ht Sappspent'1Mday hi Gainesville vacation all4'before It.U over he :21c'
: 'OLDfRtiI: : with Mrs. Sapp's .sister.Mrs. F. A. win visit his broUJer'/ Bruce L.; 1/a-Lb- _. :
Moore. Davis of Arcadia, and attend the '3 .r!all '.Cans...,_..417c! ''Ff1 EA'r.LA S FREE 5 Pounds 25c r
&CRY7CE! MY MOTTO FOR, OVJEB 'THJKTV-FIVE YEARS State Convention. pt Rural Carrier i
Buy year fryers .* Wood's. 1 at,,Bartow..1 I.* "' J#*
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p ,PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JCtY ,log
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z FARMERS SECTION

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PRICE REDUCTIONS

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I Florida Vegetables
I RURAL

Normal In Mineral UP TO
' COMMON SENSE $50.BRING

And Water Content yPoj

By SPUDS JOHNSON ,

GAINESVILLE-Florida vegetables -I t
:FORAGE: CROPS SHOULD contain aa much mineral
BE PLANTED NOW FOR matter' as those grown In other'

FALL AND WINTER USE areas of the United States, and are i

no higher In water content, It has, ** '-
Crops that can be planted Inv been found in analyses by J. M. I CHEVROLET

Florida during the midsummer; Coleman and Dr. R. W. Ruprechtof I
M+, ';months with reasonable assurance the department of chemIstry I I

a of satisfactory yields, admittedly and soils In the Florida Experiment I
i >are not numerous. Products grown, Station. Their findings disprove

primarily for forage and feed pur- rumors, sometimes circulated In I to the record low price of

P .poses 'commonly are regarded as other areas that Florida vegetables
particularly difficult to start at are low in minerals and highIn
'this season. water. MMUOt/ ADVCKTIMMKMrNEW

Yet a number of grains, grasses, In their analyses, some of which I
f legumes and so on are' available were made before the death of Mr. r
that may be sown even In July, as Coleman on February 18, 1934

.; a means of speedily furnishing these chemists found that.Florida ,, REDUCED PRICESAmount
t ,provender for livestock. vegetable crops often contain more : 465

In connection with the propose:! minerals particularly, calcium Amount
farmers of lime and ,. than was Now:' f
distribution to needy ( phonphorus MODELS u. SoT: **:***

n cattle brought from drouth-strickf reported several years ago by Sherman _"''. "' -, '"" ..n.Pho"IN Roadster......... ...........M65 $25
,I Sport
h : : ;:: :: .;: :: ;; : :, ;: : ..:, ;. :: :::: :; @
en areas In the West by the Federal in his tables of percentageswhich Coach............................ 495 ,25

Emergency Relief Administration are considered standard. Coupe ... ...... ........ .. ......a. 485 25
suggestions as to summer The content of potash runs quite ," Cmuilm "..1./ ..' _.//".." .
AND UP, F. O. B. FLINT, MICHIGAN
MASTER .
MODELS
,?' for feed and forage recently parallel in the two analyses.
i were crops offered by the Florida Agri With the of strawberries THAT; at the entrance to the Jasper National Park section of the' Sport Roadster...... ... ...... .. ... 540 35
4:a'cultural Extension Service. Delay exception Rocky Mountains. the trees on the side of one of the Coach. .......... ................... 580 35 HI Reductions amounting to
and beet., Florida vegetables asH&tjjjlfB
mountains have formed an almott perfect outline of a black cat? It Is Town Sedan..e.............. .. ..... 615 30
; i in starting ample acreage of the have been shown to carry no more known as the Black Cat of Bruls and Is visible for many miles along Sedan..O 35 much as $50-lAo most tub.itantial .
products was advised against by J. and less water than similar the line of the The which was
'?' Lee Smith, district agent and no raised elsewhere. veg-The made during the railway winter at month tha point.- ". the Black picture Cat above Coupe .......... .................. 560 35 price cuts announced in the fow.priceJu .
etables
y ; Sport Coupe..... ............ ... ... 600 35 '
agronomist for this farm agency strawberries! and beets ran slightly Sedan Delivery... .. ....... ........ 600.5 d this;year-have dropped Chev
@ Cowneas are regarded by Mr. high In moisture content. her home at North Haven Maine, rolet's base price to a new low figure of
Smith as the beat crop for midsummer The Investigators found that where she will spend the Hummer, COMMERCIAL CARS
planting. If started in July, where complete fertilizers are applied LAWTEY Mlsa Beatrice Miner Is visiting Commercial Chassis ............... 355 30 $465. Just compare this pricecompareUtility

they should produce forage In the type of soil exerts very O. J. Phillips, Cor. relatives In Daytona Beach this Long Chassis............... 515 5* any Chevrolet price-with those of other
worth-while quantities within nine little Influence on the compositionof week. Dual Long Chassis.. ..... ........ 535 50
ty days. Sown later than the first the crop. As a rule, however, Utility Chassis and Cab. ......... 575 5SM cars. Then compare what you get for
W. H. Edwards was a visitor, to Chassis and .. .. ...... 595
Dual Cab.
r .
of Augusta mildew Is likely to rj\ truck crops In Florida aregrownon SCHOOL! TO OPEN MONDAYThe Jacksonville : what you pay! There'll be no question
Monday.A Utility Long Chassis and Cab....... 605 51
duce the output. Sorghum of the the better classes of soils. Lawtey School will
open nund which
types raised for feed also may be Heavy applications of different fertilizer 0 with the large party from here went to Dual Long Chassis and Cab......... 625 SO- in your car to buy.
Monday July following
h planted until the latter part of resulted In Camp Foster Sunday afternoon to Commercial Panel. ............. 575 35
I elements sllghj: teachers for the 1034-39 term: Chevrolet 1 offers Knee-Action
July' Mr. Smith said. Amber Is Increases In content of those elements see Lucky Teter and his drivers. Special Commercial Panel.......... 595 35 patented
u, considered by him as the best and contained in some of the Prof. W. L Beacon, principal; Mrs.'S. C.. Harley la visiting her Utility Panel .. .. .. ... ............. 71ele! -and others do not! The same thingapplies
An. D. L. Blackburn eighth grade; Dual Cab and Stake Body. ......... 680 50,
abl'DII.lLonItCabandStak.Body.
I 'most dependable variety. Native vegetables. No material Increases Mrs.' Pearl Schumann seventh mother, Mrs.: R. V. Parmenter In to Fisher body, c e-controlled
740
... 50
In make the Water Oak section this week.
summer resultof
grasses ripening In mineral constituents as a
grade; Mrs., Ruby Perkins, sixth brakes, Y-K frame, shock-proof steering
4. excellent hay It was stressed fertilization were noticed how Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Wooten and &ove ere list prfoe* o/nmmmnmt ear at Flint* JlfteAu
grade; ; Mrs. L. H. Hill, fifth grade; ... .
With .um, Ii. end tin lookh. JM prior
.pe i and 'valveinbradsixcylinder I
i when mowed at the right stage ever.Previous. Mr. Melvin fourth children left Monday for McRae ot Stffidmrd .,. i. SIC addition; M..M: 80-horsepower,
; and cured properly. and Futch grade; Ga, where they will visit relatives. JW _01",..,..,. Ltmtr prMwa oleo__"" _... ::'.
investigations Yet the of the
fins Lucille third engine. price
Plummer grade; /.o.fc. flint, /11_. Spalml non< rarra.rVfeM .
"Beginning about October 1, analyses have shown Florida vege Miss Madallne Hazen second George r, Young left Wednesday ouojoof CO ..Aaii4o witliovt no5.o.. CompareOwrotot '
Chevrolet Standard is lower than that of
tow oM4rB BrtOM and O.M.A.C
q oats,. rye vetch and Austrian peascan tables to contain high percentagesof prade. Mrs.:W, L. Beacon primary. for Hollywood on a business trip. (__. A XOanoral_Vafu*. futp
be also for winter other six in the world.
sown use. iodine. O. J. Phillips Is transacting business any or any eight
'sl Oats probably is most widely FRACTURES ARM \ In Miami this week.F. .
adapted, but should be thick- CHKTXOUT MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT.MICH.
Ir
Little Gene Edwards had the
R. Carradine and D. B. Harleyare
'plant fully two bushels per acre. misfortune Monday. to fall. and
Hints To HousewivesWeekly transacting business in Wilmington
) Fodder of cornstalks likewise win
break her while She
arm playing. I
help to supply the needs of the anl- l was rushed to a Jacksonville hos- N. C. TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANYSTARKE
:k Peele
:jmala for roughage If removed from for treatment. I Mrs, S. C. spent MondayIn
"1 hake Ren D.w.traa pltal Starke with her sister Mrs. J.
;the shocks to a sheltered place as -, '
Tallahassee FLORIDA
flea Specialists, B. Addlson. ,
v ,moon aa cured sufficiently. PERSONALS
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p Farmers already owning cattlelIv"tock Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberts were
IN TEXTILES
q xtr will find It highly desirable ADSORPTION visiting at Lake City Thursday aftmoon. -

to provide for home-grown COMMUNITY ;>
of linen I ADVERTISINGDie 1
feed and forage during the fall andwinter An Important property Dr. and Mrs. J. H.. Carradlne
which
fabrics Is the ease with they
' Extension; : Service workers were visitors ta< Jacksonville Monay. 1..4fT........... .
believe. Grain ordinarily coats so absorb fluids This absorption Is -.._ .. h.wlasq.,.. >4M./IWMIMY: wN..\. _
.
due to action.and a large r fh.
much that If It Is used largely for capillary Mr. and Mrs. );. B. Wells and p 1 ,
Is secured by
absorbing capacity
.:feeding 'purposes animals can children, who have been visiting In t '
worsted structureof
the parallel type
hardly be kep profitably on FlorIda of Brunswick, Ga.,. returned to their
the and the roundness
farms, they explain. Prices of yarn home here Friday.
grain feed probably will be even the fibres. Similar yarns cannotbe Rev. William Mathaney of Bald- :
from cotton because the
higher than BOW within a few spun win was visiting here Sunday afternoon fUlO4- .: :
months, It Is feared owing to damage fibre length is too Useful small. 1 :

q from drouth In the principal Linen Paul Moore of Jacksonville spent
producing areas.. Linen is therefore very useful In Sunday with his parents Mr. and i h t'l

**i __ handkerchiefs, .kitchen cloths, and Mrs J. H. Moore here. ,
t ELECTION DISPUTES towels and In the South heavy linen Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt spent {

fabrics are very popular as summer the week-end. with relatives at Or- 1 i BUILD CITIES
suite' because they so
MPA-Flve men were arrest' golf ando. ifi !
fed last Week as a result of disputes ',readily absorb perspiration. Another George F. Young waa a business
growing out of the election her. advantage of arising from Visitor to Jacksonville Monday.Mr (t/!/ a

Three of them were precinct officials the nature of the fibre and the and Mrs. C. S., Stricklandand '1r %f.
with violation of yarn la that not only does It absorb of Gainesville werevislUDII' 1 w'
charged children One city grows rapidly and another lags behind." Sometimes
election laws,' and another waa a water quickly, but It also dries her parents Mr. and Mrs.
y special deputy sheriff assigned to quickly. For kitchen cloths the T, J.'Terry Sunday. 4 progress is the result of a favorable combination of natural

the polling place at Sulphur freedom of linen from lint Is an- Mr. and Mrs. J. P.: Wyrick who t' % advantages. More often it is the energy, foresight and civic

ju Springs a suburb on election day other great advantage; this la also have been visiting, various pointsIn y policy of its citizens. The community that applies the proved
.
! due to long fibres, which can be Tennessee, .returned to their
lit spun to give a smooth yarn with home here Saturday.' ',4 methods of modern merchandising in selling' its advantages

..NMll the fibres firmly held.Absorption Mrs. C. Dinkins and daughter, f to the world actually gets results. For example take twogroups

simple test can be TestA of value In In MIss Tampa Dolly,returned who have to been their visiting,home 'Td? t a i of widely scattered cities right here in Florida. One

judging linen cloths particularly here Sunday I t .. 1 group believed in advertising; the other didn't. Here are the
kitchen cloths and towel., Care- Miss Emily Kennard of Jackson .q Mr .' ,
t population figure., showing the record of growth:
of water on
+ fully place one drop ville was 'visiting friends here
the febrlc when It is laid Hat At Thursday.J. t .

first it will lie as a small globule on :M.. Reddish was'I a business ADVERTISED GROUP
the surface but after a few seconds '
visitor to Jacksonville Monday.
1,045 in 1840 to 129,549 in 1930
several minutes the drop grew
or A.: H. Harley, Jr.. Tom. and
will spread out, collapse and be ab Charles Beck left Saturday for 1,681 in 1900 grew to 110,637 In 1930,,

sorbed. Clearly, the quicker the Wilmington, N.:Ci 798 In 1870 grew to 101,161 in 1930
.
M,ector ''I absorption the more suitable Is the Mr. and Mrs. P. L.'Dlnklna and 279 In 1890 grew to 40,425 In 1930

cloth. The moat absorbent linen children of Jacksonville were vlelt- 2,865 in 1890 grew to 27,330 1930
is that which has received a boll In lag relatives and friends here Sun-
{4 caustic.soda for this removes all

waxy matters which prevent the day.Mr.. and Mrs. Dolly Roberts of NON-ADVERTISED GROUP

.1Kelh Selector site fibres becoming wetted. Ordinary West Palm Beach were visiting Mr. '' 1,616 in 1840 grew, to 10,700 In 1930
linen only receives an alkali boll andMrs. J.H. Biggs Saturday aft.
I 2,016 In 1890 grew to 10,100 In 1930
never sold/for less than and not a caustic alkali boll; it baa ernoon. 1
that smooth glossy "linen" appearance 2.790 In 1890 grew to 10,465 In 1930
I lOc. YOB now can buy : Miss Eva Grant left Monday for
but the caustic treated cloth 1,708 In 1830 grew to 12,111 in 1930

II ;. the sain* site and quality that Is more soft and less glossy la Smilin Charlie Savsfefflnr 611 688 In 1840_ .grew.to 12,831 in 1930

for actually far preferable where good
I:? 5o _Jiutdiuik, long
obsorbent properties are requiredWash J Both are representative of coastal and interior
Havana and Itn rted to'bacco Out Waxes groups area

for onlyonaFLOR S ?.t In connection with this test, how ... The results speak for. themselves. This is a lesson in, com
ever thorough boiling wash in All Florida Committee is a nonpartisan that Allsections
munity advertising applies to the ..tate'a.. a whole.
de KfEE&A good soapy water Is very effectiveIn eel non-profit organization for .
:Al' them removing any waxy matters. the promotion of Florida's welfare as of Florida deserve.tile benefits ofsi statewide advertising
I' to- get t
".-;' your Linen fabrics which are not very a whole. Study: these weekly: announcement : program. Population and wealth come where they are

,'r", y eve ught. absorbent at first will become so carefully so bat yen may know invited and where advantages are offered. We need more
after few washes. But often
a good
,\ Florida and thus be better fitted to
.1.4.I.cuss Ufa.C*,Maker* the consumer buys articles for people new capital larger consumer market. Let'* invite
t.(1 In Its future
I1Ri, Newark,N.J.ViQa co-eperaU prosperity.
\ Immediate and does not wantto
\ use them-enthusiastically-to All Florida! .
'
give this wash. The preferableline i .

; J. for sale la, therefore that tif -tV ". <.
;
(1.. "
which la readily absorbent. -
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/9N .' For every bad there might be a
: am l IDA'
'
MELBAOAINBSVILUS worse; and when one breaks his '\:When a ICUDW .tufa' .
leg, let him be thankful It was not .
his neck--Bishop Hull. you how goodhe i a

.' )i Ssecret ) is. it 4hcrw he. : 4
k .. GAJ\ f- t ll/fa A of the Lord" la shared 'Wi..,. It .It..... COM i MOTT' I Ir

% by souls that have prayed togetherfor se1fis afndI'ltIJll i
CANDY CO., ,what la dead to them both.- '
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filnrmMr lira. OMaMAr Bishop O. P. .Fitzgerald' -
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fRID.U', JULY 6. 19S4 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN .

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I I seer into prison through he was the Lawtey section and found that their sides together until they A woman's whole existence la a Courage makes a man more than j

Justified In his words for Asa had the upper soil strata had been touched, and the scar was "healedup history of the affectlons.-\Vaah. I himself; for he la then himself plus I
called a heathen nation to help formed from washings from Trail ," so to speak. A tranvoad was
lr ington Irving. him valor.-W. R. Alger.
Rnr settle a difference that arose between built from the
Ridge, east of that section, during big sawmill at Sax- '
God's people. ton on to New River and earth .
I thousands of years; also that these -
There Is a Christian way of set- strata were, not stable but subject sltdlngs forced the track out of
lL
Thy ward is a lamp unto ay feet and i light into mj path./ -Psalm 119:105hrIUnr : .- tong; the affairs.of Christians. to alight movements at times. alignment on. in many places. Andso \ '
"this
During 1913
I writer resur- '
ts fif3fu All religious teaching, doctrine or veyed the Woodlawn Park layout The soil of that section being wA .
: : creed if they are to have any claim northwest, west and southwest of alluvial, or "made" Is rich In plant

.pon the love,loyalty and devotion of the people I must be in harmony with BOB JONES I III Lawtey and had then a chance to food Ingredients, is easy to work ; fr'
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whoso words fit into every fold and crevice and! the surplus rain water quickly
the human heart and of whom it WaD Mid In John 7:46,"NEVER MAN note many peculiarities about land
01< if I formations and 0113. With Mr. sinks Into the lower subsoil where.
IS MAN :
LIKE T I f
SPAKE It Is held, to reascend and invigorate j _
Power's for
these
findings a guide,
Pastor of Bradford and Union countless are Invited to ana thla doMrtnlent II the plants in dry weather. .
eccentrlcties '
were ,
of church activities, organization and announce (iMt'fNTS I. generally easy .
new
for ; to understand. One of the Those who wish to see Bradford
freely given and no charge made-the only requirement quirks -
gyp; Space noticed that wells had to County at its best, should view the '
was, dug
Items reach this office before I :
such Wednesday mornings.erwfee
that
wpg they cannot be handled for current Issue I have their curblnga strongly braced: magnificent fields west of Lawtey. 41 % ,Jtl1 Jtl1c
..
to prevent the earth pressure from I H. E LAGEROREN.e ( an .
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them tike
squeezing together one
STARKE CHURCH DIRECTORY of Asa and Azartah the prophet The prodigal son "came to him- would squeeze a lemon. If not I Human knowledge Is the parentof ;

after the defeat of Zerah, and his self." He was sitting oIl the rock properly braced the wells became doubt.-Qrevllle, ENVIED :,1

First Baptist Church hosts. of a hillside or at the root of a smaller in girth all the time. In ---,;.-. .

Rev. C. B. Price, Pastor. : With courage 'renewed because tree and he sat himself out in frontof many places the lataral earth pres- Something the heart must have t ,

Sunday School. 10:00: a.m.; A. J. i of the good words of the prophethe himself and looked himself In sure along ditches would crowd to char Istv-Longfellow.If Complexion ,, ', ,

Thomas, Superintendent. sets to work to complete the the face. That Is something few .

Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m. task of clearing his kingdom of men ever- do. That is the hardest I ,

B. Y. P. U., 6:45: p.m. the abominable Idols and gatheringall thing a man ever tried to do. Your Liver BileWiihou 'Inimitable Dj.r-Kifs PuttPoudtr > ",

Evening Worship, 8:00: o'elock. the people together at Jerusalem a a a Y/ake''Up: lends to any skin per-,

Midweek prayer service, Wednesday to offer sacrifices 'Unto the When the prodigal son came to faction that withstands the > ,
8:00 p.m. Lord. himself he didn't blame Providence. '
There a famine In the land. closest test.
was Calomel
Jeroboam had instituted calf- *
Methoaist Church the He could have said "God Is to P454, NalunlltBUmtkt
worship in northern kingdom\ Finer-softer-absolutely
Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. blame. He sent a famine." That Is --- R..cbtl
to Jerusalem to worship and now till'. bite ,It flowlnf' freeI,. pure-it permits a thinner
Sunday School 10 a.m. what some people would have said. And You'll Jump Out of Bed not too
that very Idolatry causes many to food doMa't digest. It Jut dMara la the
Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. leave Israel and go to Judea where Men are inclined to "pass the in the Morning Rarin' to CoIf .bow.l.. Gu blaata 09 rout _....... You 60 powder film 'which lasts (or. ,
People's Meeting:-6:30: bouck." But who the thick, bad Saute mud breath '
Young men "pass aura a your hours Delicately scented 'with
the of Jehovah has been .
P.M. worship buck" have not come to them- you feel sour and sunk and la foul, akin ofwn. ....... out la bl._ \
re-established. l hei. Your hud ache and teal dowa the bewitching Djer.Kiss rat
tho world logics punk don't swallow you
7:30 P. M. selves. If the -
Evening Worship- prodigal son had and out. Your whole .,.1... I.! polIO..... 1
lot of salts mineral
Azariah's not ,
message was one been a water grance. ,
of but of like some people I know he oil laxative candy or chewing It takn tho. rood, old! CARTER'
Preubjterlan ChurchRev. encouragement only would have said, "My father at LITTLE LIVER VlLLSto art tarn two
also. Wise Is he who gum and! expect them to make you .. .
warning can
pound of bib rtowia freely' .ct nuke
H. Minister. home too
George Lowry was strict on me. I suddenly sweet and buoyant and
"
see the danger of success. you r.al "up and up. They contain woe n row
Services next Sunday as follows: couldn't stand the discipline and full of sunshine. .lorfut, harmiee.! vvntla vvnttabla" ea
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. The years of Idolatry were yearsof the restraint.. I was born with a For they can't do It. They only tracts* amaftlas when It aonwa to maklas' CjQjer $
national distress. (See Pa. 9:17): .
the bile flow fr.ely.
S Williams, superintendent. restless temperament. My father move the bowels and a mere move-
Law and order were virtually un- ment doesn't the The But don't ask for liver pllli. Ask foi Sk
should at
11:00: A. M.-Morning: Worship; not have been so hard on get cause.
known "There to Carter's Little LI... Pill. Look for ta.
as was
no.peace for down-aml-out : FACE POWDER
lermon by the pastor. me. The reason he didn't say reason your name. Car'..'. Little Lbn Pllla ;
him taht went out to him that should
8 P. M. Evening Worship; nor that was because "he came to him- feeling is your liver. It on the ml labol. B>iimt" a Gonulno Dl|. -tClu Parfwm,In e dainty

7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. came in but great.vexations were self." He located the trouble and pour out two pounds of liqMcl: uhilUut see at dole .to..... -,,, v.....,,.. Fun Site t 25' 1
upon the Inhabitants of the land. bile into ycur be well! daily. Intent u. M. Co. M_'"
song and sermon.A This distress was not limited to he located it in his own heart. __..._ _., _n.__._ "_
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cordial invitation to all our When we locate our trouble we always -
individual disorders such thievery -
as
services extended to all. _., locate it In the center of ourselves -
banditry, murder and such like .

but city against city and kingdom > 0 0 0
SUNDAY SCHOOL against kingdom. Peace was un-
When the prodigal son came to The of
known In the land. For God did Story
LESSON', himself he wanted what he had not
vex them with all adversity. (V6))
wanted before. He had not want-
Observance of the two Great Com-
ed his father's house. He wantedhis ,.,
mandments would have saved
FOR JULY 8, 1934 own liberty. He wanted to get
God's chosen people from those distressing -
away from homp. But sitting down
Subject: Asa Relies on God._ years. To love God supremely and looking himself in the face he
and one's neighbor as
2 Chr. 14 and 16. decided he was mistaken. He didn't
one's self will do much toward The BIBLE PICTURES
Printed Text: 2 Chr.' 15112. pro- want what he thought he wanted. in
moting civic, national and Inter-
Devotional Reading: Ps. 27:1-15. national The trouble with most people Is

Topic: Courage of Conviction. God was peace.adverse to them be- they think they want what they
Golden Text: "The Lord is my don't want. They think they want
to Him. u
cause they were adverse
helper, and I will not fear what money until they get it and they
He did not afflict them in anger,
man shall do unto me." (or "what find it doesn't satisfy. They think
but in that their chastise
hall man do unto me?") mercy they want their liberty until they
ment return them to their
In our lesson last Sunday we saw "First might Love." ..get liberty and then they turn liberty Begins July 20

how that Kings Rheoboam, In the into license and become reckless -
Asa was admonished by the
southern kingdom of Judea, and ,
prophet to be strong and not slack 000 ,
Jeroboam in the northern kingdomof
for "Your work shall be rewarded.,
Israel, both did wickedly in that When the prodigal son came to
the in (Compare with Cor. 3:8): ) himself he had an humble heart.
Idolatry
they encouraged THE '
Without the worship of God IN .. .. ....
their respective kingdoms, calf- Before he left home he asked for .: ', \ '
be for God'slaw
there
worship having taken firm hold In can no respect his rights and his property. Now
or rewards. It is disregard for T,
Israel. he doesn't ask for the place of a
Upon the death of King Abija, law of rewards that has brought son. He simply wishes to have

son of Rheoboam king of Judea upon our nation its greatest bur- the place of a servant. People who

Asa his son, became king. dens and calamities.threatened it with its are filled with pride have not come Bradford County TelegraphA

Though Asa made some serious I greatest The meeting together In Jerusa- to themselves.
mistakes In the later portion of hisreign :. C--
his heart was "perfect all lem to offer sacrifices resulted in

bin days." (II Ch. 15:17): ). I the people entering Into a covenant,


set Upon about ascending to re-establish the throne the wor-Asa soul.to fathers seek,Azarlah Jehovah with all,had the their God said heart of"Your their and k f J ( Sample of the Chronological Story of The Bible in Picture) I 4


ship groves of the and true breaking God by the cutting Imagesand the work greater shall reward be could rewarded.man"ask What than e : mv

removing the altars of the '
to see a nation his nation returnto A DEATHLESS pos.cession -

their strange fathers.to gods.seek tte(II.the also Ch.Lord commandedJudea 14:4): God Asa of of his the leadership worship of? God relied as a result Starke July, Florida.2,. 1934. [Th( / tory of the Bible Told ,in PicturesW* .given I new'of and mankind rarely -' 1'1'a '

Asa once upon
also removed his mother from beIng Though ,editor Telegraph,
queen because she made an idolIn God to give him victory over a Dear Sir: beautiful shades of

a grove. See Mark 10:29-30: ; much larger and better equipped A news Item In last week's Telegraph ,,; meaning in a book published t i
Luke 182930.: army he forma a league with King announced that W. R. Dixon' }
Benhadad of Syria when Baa ha, a strike, In Germany in
,Asa's army was composed'of five pump had gone on "
Israel, fortified Ramah to 1625. This book was Matthew I
hundred and eighty thousand men. king of and that the stoppage had taken era 1

He cried unto the Lord for help prevent, more of his people "falling place Just after the big rains, when x' Merian'a "Iconea
and to Asa." When rebuked for this was full of water and k
the Lord overthrew the Egyptians the ground Biblicae, only a few copies
and they were destroyed.The lack of faith and covenanting witha there was no reason whatever for "' -
Hanani, Asa + "a" t of which left in
printed'' portion of our les- heathen nation by the pump to "get funny. It had are

ion today begins= wjth' the meeting went into a rage and threw the behaved decently for thirty years, the world. This: is the

-----. --. .-.. and he wants to know what in the only book ever published c
has got into It. Mr.. Dixon
NRA "
lives southwest of Lawtey, by the 0.% ;1 ice-, that tells\: a chronological '

l L + Do You Know? + I way.If. '. .) ; tory of the Bible in pictures. .

this Incident had taken place I vMP, 'k.ay : 9w
elsewhere, it would have been hard)

to account for it.. But the locality

In question la subject to landslides, rv ut111b,
to be noticed except as to k '
.. too gentle A series of reproductions
-.Y'x x. w. >rwr nevertheless.
xt M'y"w' 1vrw results, but existing
; their g1) at, of these pictures made directly -
The ground suddenly becoming '
r from of the
movement ;- proofs
full of: water, a

down in the substrata took place, 1 r r' original wood engravings, a* r

k ,'W, t4 4 ; mSrl which either bent the well' pipe f i e'i (hey L appeared in ,this' rare

4r and squeezed It flat or else clog v' book of the Seventeenth Century
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l : F r ged up the veins that led the waterto ; t,7 ,cb ,. Is now made available
the con- N
it. In the latter case ;
duits will probably soon be openedup 3:%, for readers of the Bradford b

again. '1j r kt County Telegraph. These! re-

rx Ono of the early settlers of Law l 1-' r y production retain the vigor t

tey wa Stephen Powers, a former and clarity and the profusionof
government geologist. ,Ho made y t .t i
+ ( Investigations about the geology of R ,r ..,n/r ";;Gale" detail that marked the '

4tx' original engravings, characteristics ,

God's commands, bad eaten of the fruit of which make them *
Cut Oat of ParaaUaav-When Adan and Eve. disregarding
the tree of knowledge their eyes were opened and they knew that they' were naked. When they beard Joy not only to the Blblo student ;

the rote of the Lord God they hid from lilt eight And when God questioned them Adam told how Eve bad but to the general

firm him the fruit and Ere In tarn blamed the serpent who bad beguiled her. God cursed the serpent, condemning public

W it to travel on Its belly all the days of its life. He cast man and woman out of the Garden of i

rp Eden condemning the man to the tilling of the around whence bo came and tb. woman to the bearing of

M 9 8.r children. Quo of a series of Bible pictures by Marian Seventeenth century agraver.



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EIGHT 'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY..JULY

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.LETS GET 'IT F r14I1g4ln i J -=:-

ii Bradford 'County Telegraph. -; : ii : ODID---BUT, T JnU; f
the work on the. Adf1 il.oq' ,Tom! Other Pens J t 1 J
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totl3e _
Established 11877. rA county,court house has peen -

t __ .d.j'. __ ', .--_ .. .- -- -- ---, --" ...- delayed. This time by the county r-.. "
A Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as'Second Class commissioner who hope that by SIXTEEN!: MONTHS WITH THEDEMOCRATS .' ol .
postponing completion of the annex

flatter at the Post! Office at Starke Florida tor sixty days, they can per- .t>_ t : t .
Ih f .. ... ... ._ ..
-- haps persuade the emergency Re- After sixteen.months of political THE MIRAGEVW&

;3 E.,. L.: Matthews! ___ ___ -____ _- __.________Editor! and Owner. lief Administration to build a sec- control,, of Washington' the Demo- EmC\ >tETER.

: .. .. -- -_ .. -. -" -- .-- .. ..- .. ond torytto (;he..structure. cratic party Is,HUH able to look Its ___
SUBSCRIPTION RATE However; it seems to be the at- platform promise. squarely in the I I) A6EK9.
titude of the local administration face. I RATIO &MOt

} Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance officials that the county had better Although an .admitted phenomena 4 "illfl wavmcMkBTHEUKT txacsrna

Advcrlislnff Rates on Application take ''what it Lt sure of and takeIt has I r.
t, the party In power today
I --._-.-__- _- __1-.-_ '_.._. .,. now, ";while the taking Is good. no qualms about' turning back to t vpstiraw s OIAt, or
,--
In.this day of rapidly changing 30.000.0OOBVtJW
the records of two years ago, digging
Did you have a safe Insane Fourth? governmental relief structure,,. n : into its campaign archives -co
0 seems the better part of wisdom to 4
t' f and re tQl'Ingthat document'uponwhich 1
i ,rush all projects to completion be Q
i lost candidates don't take it too hard it offered' its services to the
(you your IJro fore another set r.f initials-comes :
nation, This Is, Indeed, a refreshIng 1
might vote right next time. ;M JJ/KIi > Into being and old projects! are spectacle In the political annals -
abandoned while new ones are 'ssI
,0 of the country. r/
\ "UiJlfftOne > found for the_employment of relief ..
to hung would be to put.a. nand Reviewing the platform pledgesand /y
jury
M, good way get a m; workers. r: party performances the Clear-
his wife the eleven. \ Another thlag to take into consideration I s ': -
among ,' IP., ,s water Sun,has compiled a concise _
\ is that while the buildIng '
b o Is standing in its present stateof boxscoreo1..,lposeveltan leadership ,, i !_1'F i'E'A'
as tollowetPLATFORM:1: W\\\TI
EU414ANTOPR'
Headline: "Judge Rules Nightmare No Grounds For Incompletion, deterioration is ; 'Federal aid to .
.f.rapid, delay' r ( ; WOO0 M't B" A YIHR!
making a
I Divorce." Not even if you marry one? procedure. very costly states for relief. Greater public GALEN 0 ill u r Yt./Jt: r works advance. Reduction
planned
0 ? gut t, 44AnD3.4T WOULD
---
/ In hours oflabor.PERFORMANjE : {rc YA t'LIN
They said we couldn't get this far without special session 'A GOOD WORK BEGUN ;, Aggressively FDt R '1 81 A 'DI.C\DID s8

S of the Legislature-but here we are. ,I' :, met,, Vast,,owns for relief to /
i The Bradford County Health states and municipalities Huge 1
n a Council
an organization from
construction
Federal works IJUlch-
'
Movie players shouldn't marry, says Joan Crawford. which Is expected great things will ed. Substantial cat In working : DAY Of tilt 4 \

vc Moat of them don't-for any length of time. hold its initial meeting the first of hours In meet ,'linlu"trle. More WtErv 'T.W"\ o ,
next week to begin its of
program advance planning tlum ever before. G :
a FDft SOMtONt -
eliminating destitution and disease e l iii-
No wonder Hitler has so many friends in Germany. ,His among the farm tenants in this PLATFORM II
More
; rigid reg. .
Y enemies! don't live long enough to do him any harm. I county. ulation of banking; divorce of securities SUNDAY t\\V\S't\M I III. t y 't

o The local organization is but a business from banking.PERFORMANCE ,. MOHOMGRttK\ .
small part'of a government-spon- : Most 1UU\) ) 't. I!PE13IMviIbt
The Federal. emergency relief is said to be costing $1,000 sored plan' to 'rehabilitate rural thorough overhaul of bunking since DA'hitSS fQIM4

yy; per person''.. Some of us feel as if we're being short changed. areas" but it Is expected to fill a Andrew ,Jackson; securities business ttwasbn1EGtonAM\ t

0''" long-felt need among the poorer divorced; deposit Insurance .
--01, FRIDAY\ \ 'IURKSN
classes of farm tenants In this sec adopted government stock Interest
The Senate has'appropriated $10,000 for a committee, '
tion. sMURDAYJEWISN _
r ; In forty-four per" cent of banks. So.
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+ study wild life. Most of the $10,000 will go for cover charges. In speaking of the program, an --- .

... .. (. assistant Federal relief administrator .PLATFORM Immediate and
Press that said, "If we can get ,rid of malaria drastic cut coats eroslty to 'veterans with actual word "Boom." It ,has five widely w
The Clerm one reason so many,, :of us. and other common dlseaeeeamong' ingovernment, service disabliltte9.rERFORntANCEt, different meanings. First: "Boom"is -
by abolishing commissions and //Late ''f f fT4o
are in the common herd is that we are too easily: led, by a the share-croppers they offices, to, eax3p'nlfi(,, *II ,.twenty-' {, Reduction a long pole or spar run out to
will \a\ but later modified by extend the foot of certain sails on
be better position to help effected
little bull. .. five percent.: ., ., ,
themselves." coalition of Republican and Demo a ship. Second It is also a longchain
: Some
PERFORMANCE per- elassi75
a It Is a recognized fact' that a nrnnent office ,jbollshed\ \ and pay crate In Congress. Immediate payment cable or line of spars bound ,
i Wonder if Cicero thinking about mother certificates together extended across a river
was a young', man who Is sick cannot carryon cut fifteen per cent, nearly all nowrMtorecIf of compensatlln By RUSStU. KAY

with triplets when he said, "There is not a moment without the ardous duties around the farm | permanent savings ob- rejected or harbor to exclude enemy ships. s.c..c.,. Fbnfa Poem Aw.m.
i And now for the third meaning .
and the delapldated condition'of -
soured by the rise .f new.temporary
some many of homes PLATFORM:/No InterferenceIn we come closer home. "Boom"alBO
duty"o our country might
bureaus andthe flood .of emergeneyexpendituree ; Reports from Chicago Indicate
not be due so much to lack of Industry other countries' affairs; Inter is the word used to express a that
crowds than
tell us'that one out of every eight persons snores. as. to diseases'which': are national arms reduction; cooperation rapid rise in price real estate or attending larger the Century of Program ever aw

Wonder''' common in this section. as.. malaria, PLATFORM:' 'Budget annually in Western Hemisphere. otherwise Fourth: "Boom" means this with the Florida exhibit
; why it Is that he always gets into the hotel room and hookworms. cancellation of war to "push with energy" and fifth a year )
balanced' taxes levied Oppose .
by on receiving its share of visitor.
Y next to ours? Curtailment ..nd'ltlmate 'elimination principle of ability to debts. I"deep hollow, revetrbratlng\ sound"
pay. No wonder the foreigner never Interest in this state, created by
Armed Intervention
t oA of pellagra, prevalent,'In PERFORMANCE: Technically PERFORMANCE the
exhibit last
some sections of the South Is 'another In Cub n revolution quite comprehends our language.- year resulted In
Veil-known millionaire gave a group of Florida editors fulfilled. There Is a promise of actual Seminole County Sentinel. the .greatest Influx of tourists In
objective of the government avoided> ; Platt amendment repealed
JB33 and Its fulfill-
balance in
,a.trip} to the World's Fair. That's aboutthe, only way some administration. That being a disease ment depends .on huge, emergency : disarmamentefforts largely. ---- o---- the state's hstory. It proved to bean

s, of us could ever get there. I attributed to malnutrition, expenditures) with, no end In sight failure; better relations with South ELBOW ROOM IN FLORIDA times advertisement its cost and .the worth effect many
good !
_
the method for combatting it will Some- Increase) In Income and Inheritance America. No luck. on war debt -
0 will
contnue to be felt for
be based on increasing the quantityand collection. Those of us who are sometimes man
.ablDt to
In his latest speech, President'Roosevelt verbally lashed variety of food products. taxeePn pay"principle. C '. 'e'. Inclined to feel that we could usea years to come..

the "die-hards"! of the New Deal. ,A.few more lashings like. Aside from actually cdunteracV >i.. PLATFORM Independence of! little more elbow room In Florida This year the opportunity li ara

that might hasten their death.., ing disease, the health work Is designed PLATFORM Sound curren- the Philippines,* will find the figures recently presented to reach millions of p

to serve 'an Immediate' cy at all hazards} ; international PERFORMANCE: Assured. Pro. cited by the AU Florida Committee poets and acquaint them with th
o nomic In'' as,rather surprising. The com- charms and advantages of ii'/
', purpose affording employment conference oo fCTvsr :and related: vision made fortcomplete, Independence
1' ''Scientists tell us that birds can't see the color blue. Now to thousands now on'relief questions. In ten years. mittee points out that while Italy state.

rolls. .PERFORMANCES, e e Is only twice the size of Florida, The Florida World's Fair Commission
If dome horticulturist will just go to work and cultivate a blue : Tcrmi-r gild
As to the actual economic phaseof of It has a population of 41,000,000, ,' under the able direct!'
standard discarded; gold content PLATFORM f Repeal Eight-
r strawberry it will relieve our farmers of a lot of worry. rehabilitation the administration of dollar cut to fifty-nine cents, but eenth Amendment and return of twenty-six times as great aft our of Lorenzo Wilson has undertak

; 0- .- by way of illustration, says:' metallic backing retained. Partial beer. own. Both Florida and Italy the the task of maintaining Florida

'>*'*' A Missouri man had four boys arrested for disturbing "Let us take the cafe of some monetization and other concessions PERFORMANCE Ace 0 m committee reminds us, are peninsular display throughout the fair period.
destitute negro tenant. He doesn't countries situated much the A sufficient amount of PlODt!
th '-p ac'e'when they laughed at a fish story he! told. them. have a thing, not,even a cow or a made to silver.. pUshed. same, geographically.The has been raised to meet the InlUa

r The j judge listened to the story and released the boys. pig 'or garden." He Is living'on PLATFORM:,Competitive tariff ADDED AMENDMENT: Continuous point the All Florida Com- expense of opening the exhibit bu

rented land, giving a;share of his mittee out .la that considerable more will be needed
I' o ... for revenue,,set by commission responsibility of government was bringing
the landlord :: '"'; keep It going If we are to r<< crop tq :, /r interference while Florida's population has increased -
e fromrexecutive for human welfare
Now that the NRA has said you can get only one box of "We will lend him a"cow and apig ''Agreements espec- four hundred cent In the full benefits of this worthy un
reciprocal per
matches with each package of cigarettes, maybe \they'll; get and maybe some' chickens.( And ?.international r 1 .conference to 'restore ; ially PERFORMANCE protection, children.Child labor the past fifty years there Is lots of I dertaking It is imperative the

together and make them give,, us one oyster' \with| ,each we will help him get ,garden ., trade. ).(.. .. temporarily abolished: under NRAIno room and need for growth In our of every the one interested In the in wall fat
planted. Maybe the house he livesIn PERFORMANCE: Permissiveauthority population which calls for statewide state co-operate
oyster stew. i other administration has ever the see tha ei
funds to
needs fixing. If so, we will get granted executive, with advertising the proper necessary
a o ) the landlord to furnish,the mate- out commission interference to so completely,assumed responsibility scale. habit- through.
those rial and then we'll hire for welfare ef all clttaens. Theveffort we put forth indirection
Better plant idle acres to pine trees. According to somebody makereciprocal-agreements and Tampa Times., Another Interesting fact broughtout BUID
during the present
latest reports; scientists are.now converting this familiar old work.on relief .rolls to do the repair alter rates I to .fit International ;Iet' by the committee is that the |I,. mer'will have much to do with Ii

tree into from which'artificial silk trade conference held) largely afailure. RUN FOR OFFICE AND FIND Increase In Florida's populationhas surlng another I record-break
films
> : pulps newspaper, "Pretty soon the cow will have a ,Reciprocal a..reemen"peftdln YOU occurred In periodic spurts following -
WHAT A VILLAIN AREJ
,,; :1' explosives and lacquers can be made. calf; the therplg will have more pigsand ; .Foreign fade Improved.PLATiORj each major depression in tourist Increased season tourist next winter.travel m
chickens will hatch out *
*
} '- I 0 other chickens. And *, If you want to find out what a the country. Increased revenue for every county

;'1. I Thomas Jefferson: "Farmers, whose interests are en.tirely'agricultural that negro tenant will pretty have soon a ) ;Insurance,Unemployment under rascal you are, just run for officeIn First was the change growing It Is, therefore to the direct ad-
and i
old-age Lee County. It matters not if period following the War Betweenthe vane* of. .acll'county and com'
t1 whole bows ge .
: are the true representatives of the.great barnyard of and chickens. state laws state
,, you have resided peacebly for then the railroad build munity to,'support the Fled
'Ty' In the meantime It bun'tbeen
\. American interests, and are alone to be relied upon 'for ex PERFORMANCE Definitely on years in your home community. ing era after the panic of the nine- World's Fair Exhibit with a 8
fellow
that
costing anything .
,;i t'pressing, the proper American sentiment. to live.' He has been raising what schedule for next. '.'e Congress.e a respected citizen, paid your just ties and the construction' boom stantlal contribution.
his family ate. debts regularly,. fed the hungry, after the World War. Ti e com- Firms and individuals should
-0- PLA.TFORM'Better financing visited the sick, mlnded your own mittee believes that the depression likewise share;thisexpense 81 all
t"trWhatever' is happening to you right now is the result of "By that time of the malaria Is of farm mortgages. Controlof business and kept out of lawsuits period of recent years Is to be followed business, large and small, bcnen
pretty well out his and
\.r, .. what you have put into your mind for years.-Mary\ Pickford. he becomes ambitious to system Own some crop surpluses. Aid to farmerto and the jail. Just announce your- by another upturn in commercial directly or Indirectly from a
\ gtvudm,,;! costs of production self I activities and prosperity If aci to '
as candidate fqr lome county i tourist season. Results :
And the Jacksonville Journal remarks it seems rather signifi'fy land. The landlord who has moreland for basic commodities. I the state the CM
grasps
office and it will soon be" noised opportunity from the Florida exhibit at
I
cant that nothing is to a lot of than he .needs, perhaps is 'PERFORMANCE!: Greatest by
happening us. I abroad that you are a possible fug launching aa advertising program cago last summer should he am
to sell
him
glad tract
0 terms." a on easy move In history to save farms and itive from. justice-a forger, a big.amist 'I .-Gainesville Sun.. to satisfy the most skeptical '

The tables have turned. A'Federal court has ruled thatif It Is a pretty picture, and Ifnotbln& homes paid by Federal eat. to cut credit crop aid. Hugesums i a bad check artist, a stick- The: Aksunker. Carlo bring about enthusiastic sup
up man a swindler of widows and msoque, for Its continuance throughout,
an automobile driver hits a cow.or a pig, the owner of the made, at more least than something a good will start have ta Cs. .Increase J.farm<'. Income. .urPI..j orphans 'violator of gome laws jl was built In 1348 by the ruling 1934 fair period. '

i animal Is responsible for the damage to the automobile, rather been *accomplished toward Instilling PLATFORM. 'Adequate and a robber of local hen-roosts.; [Amle. .5 Do 'your part to aid Florida
Army -r- '
There Is no crime IB the calendarof =-- dominate the World's Fair'
than ;the :'driver being responsible for the ,damage to, the the ambition that Is born of and 'Navy without burdeningtaxpayers. I have often said that all the un-:
; livestock. good health.A .. which you may not be accused, I year.
.
particularly If the office sought is I happiness of men comes from not .

0 HELP IX THESE TIMES PERFORMANCE New naval one that offers remunerative employment I knowing how to remain quiet In a In Iraq explorers found a 'bullhead
< building program partly. aa public or affords a' degree of chamber.: -Pascal. of gold.
Times 'do and DeFuniak ,
change, the 'Springs Breeze While works project.PLATFORM. i
m.k progress In almost power and Influence which goes
.
,. :muses: A year"qo if a man had $100 in gold inhis, pocket every other respect. Bradford i e' with the spending of public funds.

he was a law abiding citizen.. If he had a pint of whiskey In County remains without a farm : Enforce laws labor to There Is only she way to get a
prevent,monopoly protect
:hIs pocket he wan a criminal. Today if he has $100' in gold in agent or a home demonstration and small business) man; waterpower true slant on a I candidate who is

his: pocket he is.* criminal; and if he has a pint of, whiskey- discontinued agent. This valuable when the work county was conservation, enemies thus under and fire,that from is to his ascertain political TIRED ACHING ,FEET, ,,

:z.:., .In his pocket he 'is a. law abiding citizen:. funds began to feel the pinch of PERFORMANCE: In NRA show what his standing was /in his home
undisputed gains eliminating unfair
,lh, ., "... 0 hard times.and, has not been .resumed trade practices, and tee labor.vie community before he entered the QUICKLY RELIEVED IN:.THE MAIZE WAY
condition .
although .
{.- The Melbourne Times quotes ''the following paragraph are somewhat brighter generally today. .. ot huge Federal power proj- race for-public office. Don't ))eUeveIDOre'

from 'It'sUp''o, You" by Ralph Parlette:' "Everybody is Many Inquiries concerning the sets tauacswd.Effect and small, Devisees ef NRA under en mors that than you half hear.the pre-election Take a grain ru- .' ...

three his employment of farm or home demonstration monopoly of salt with other ,
'doing one of things: holding place rattling down, close study with view to modification the half of them '

''h >or'Bhaking'up. Whatever place we shake into It we want recently agents, from have been counties received If found justifiable.PLATFORM safe.and -you Estero win Eagle.fee. pUylng fairly. JALM: ES MAIZE

i to hold our place,:we must hold our size. We must FILL the where they are not now engaged.Indicating ./ Protection e ----UPECVLLR '.'
: Investing V *
place for if we shrink up smaller than the place we rattle. In demand that by farmers their work ia still pubUo *jr regulating foreign WORDS IN THE PROMINENT:_ :FOOT CORRECTIONI9T OF ...JACKSONVlU

r Nobody can .stay. long where he rattles. Nature abhors-. a to Dr. Wtlmon NeweU,director according of bond sales; holding and utility ENGLISH LANGUAGE: '
-
rattler." the State Agricultural Extension Companies.'stock exchangee. : : Will Be AtSTERNBERG'S
service. PERFORMANCE t. Securities It Is a known fact. thai the Eng :
o sad cheek exchange regnlatleaee lish language Is the most difficult

The wor d'* biggest gambler says the Tallahassee'Democrat Aside from the ordinary benefits ....... .. ),t.,- of all for people to understand It ,STOREALL
In normal times county. farm .. .e is far easier for a'Chinaman :to .
e is the American farmer. "He gambles with the weather
agents have been indispensable tn learn French or'
PLATFORM Justice and a Swede to learn
a: with the soil, with the .rainthe hail and drouth, with armyworms administering the Federal crop: re- : gen- Italian or Spaniard to 10.

grasshoppers boll (weevils 'and .a ,score of: other ductloo and agricultural credit actoUvIU. vantage. of hen information furnished I maa.. DAY TUESDAY. JULY
$ ... Ia counties having no In to master'our j
by agents moreprosperous races :
county; language -
plagues. Happily however when he loses he is good loser t
a
I : agents farme/a have been much periods knew its usefulBess The reason, of coupe Is obvious.

I'*\ "else the.rTorIdtwpuldptarve.hSometimes it looks as if the handicapped In| promptly getting of coups" .Dr.. Newell said"More. We have so many words ,spelled

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