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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 13, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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In Court' Director Of I Operations Local Health Council 1 I County Doing Its Best i1 .4.4Workman's
Stump Appointed Board RefusesTo Laborers Unite In
Again Changed Here; Elects Officers Monday; For Care Of Indigent, ,, .

Still Is Not Permanent To Meet Next' 'Week Clerk Of Court Say '

or Taxpayerso Postmaster :Here; Change Vote League

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The duties of director of
,, operation At the first meeting of the Brad- Bradford County as well as all
for the Emergency ReUef Ad ,ford County Health Council held other Florida counties was warned

Be Monday ministration in Bradford County Many ApplicantsPopular ;Monday afternoon at the local Halting I Project this week by Governor Sholtc thatif At Meeting Here

were this week taken over by F. EClayton I FERA office, the following officers It failed to make whatever provisions

; ; who is also filling this position i were elected: Mrs Edward Beards, It could for the care of Indigent -
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,Vwewor Exp.Vlllh That in Columbia County at the Merchant Mrs. I chairman; Mrs., ,.. M. Darby vice- Work On Court-House Addition persons. It cannot expect the, Charter :Members Total 18)1) Following

J Equalization :Meeting Be Well present time. Young-HIM Bern Staunch I chairman Mrs. 1. H. Hill secretary Indefinitely Postponed By state or the Federal relief agencies Speech By State

Attended I It is believed that'this appointment Democrat Commissioner* to carry the entire load Orgnnlxmr

-' I is temporary,and Mr; Clayton The second meeting of the council A. J. Thomas, clerk of the circuit -

|Unless postponed by resolution I does not know whether he or Fred F, Stump,' '\VeilknownStarke I. will be held Tuesday afternoonat I I Work on the addition to the (court here, Thursday stated that' A local branch of the Workman'

tn'a I later date as provided by ,someone else will be given perma merchant Tuesday assumedhis 4:00: o'clock in the administration I county court house here will continue this county has always don M
first week, in July ,1s nent charge of this county. duties as acting postmasterafter offices to be temporarily halted as much as It could to share Us partof Protective League, a state organlnation s
the
lute M.:B. Gill who was acting direr; having formally notified of county commissioners at a meeting the burden .for the care of indigent was formed at a mass

t Ume when every taxpayer of tor of operations' In the county for his appointment early this week held Thursday 6f last week refused persons. In spite of the fact' meeting held at the court house sr

> state who has not already sat- several weeks has resumed his du by Postmaster General James A. IWorm Control to rescind their order to stop that some Florida counties have here Monday night Almoot 300

,led himself aa to> the assessed ties as archttectual engineer for Farley.Mr. construction on this project.It passed the entire buck on to the (workers from all ports of the coun
of his property should call this ,i nJi...j,*,. FERA. this has never been the a
ue region. Stump succeeded Mrs. H. H. was decided at the regular ty packed the crowded court room
the Board of County Commla- '. Young, who was postmaster duringthe To BegfnSoon commissioners', meeting the first I policy of this county Mr, Thomas and after a fiery speech by W H. "

nave\ who sit as an equalizationrd past four years and nine Monday In the month to stop the said. Hayes of Gainesville state organ 1 !

for the the purpose of hear County League months. There will be no changesIn : work, pending the outcome of efforts tier 188 of those present signed

complaints and receiving teats the remainder of the personnelof that are being made to securea the roll of the new..
,oy as to the value of any propy the office the new postmaster Project Ian. Now. In Regional OfficeAwaiting second story for the structure. Famous "LostBiil"Not At the brief clime meeting held

and equalizing the assessati Enters Second Half stated although this being a third AdministrationBradford Approval Of I I F. :H. Baumer regional engineerof following the state officer's speech, '
," Comptroller M, Lee said class office the assistants are em- Gainesville, and M. B. GUI who Jim Kearns young farmer living

s week. ployed directly by him and are not County's- :at the time was acting director of To Be Printed near Hcllhronn Spring, was elected d
'' screw worm
Tils is the. taxpayers 'day In under civil service. operations this county met with president; George luman vice.
ire to be heard on the question Starke Loses 'Two Games In Mr. Stump has been engaged in control project will get under way !the board and,urged them to consent president; Lacy Iujduu, .secretary
as soon as approval comes from ,
assessed values and unless they Row-To Play Green Cove. the dry goods business here for Gainesville it was stated this weekat to the completion of the project The grlov of the opportunityorded On Sunday'' under present plans. It was Injunction Granted Itontrnlnlng!
advantage the past twenty-three years. He the offices of the local admin I composed of Marvin Hubl&rJ.
Publication Of Office Cnnsolldutlon
by the statutes of the has always taken an active partIn istration. extremely doubtful they said, chairman) H. L. Oaths outer ,]

ite then they can blame no onet FIRST HALF: STANDINGS; movements for the advancementof ;whether the second story would be AmendmentA ..:.. guard; A. J.. Wilkinson Richard
t themselves for high and irregir -. I ,W.. I* Pet this community and has been a Arrangements have been com- 'approved and .If work were too j McCarthy D. I. Knight and J. O.
pleted for the county: to pay for long delayed the might be circuit judge In Leon Countythis
assessments. Fernandina 1"9 e .600 staunch Democrat, all his life although project Tannest Ernie Johns will serve

This is the time to see that ,I Daylight _____..,10 .7 .588 he has never run for public medicinal agenty furnish the relief administration abandoned altogether. week granted an Injunction the organization as chaplain. ,
I Starke __ a' 8 .601 sort. to the workers Congressman R. A. Green and restraining.. publication of the proposed In of the 3'
ir taxes are right. Taxpayers office .ofany and the livestock owners to furnishthe speaking Emergency
0 all to avail themselves of the Green .Cove '_4.,6) .11 .313 The ,new postmaster's appoint horses for riders to use in'car Judge A. Z. Adkins also met with constltutllnal amendment for Relief Administration In Its present -;
.' "" the board and In of consolidation of the officesof
favor county
: -*4'* spoke is
portunity afforded by the. law ..-..- ment will likely be confirmed by the set-up Mr. Hayes had fault to
rying on
:workf y continued delay in an effort to secure tax assessor and tax collector
secure just and equitable assessing the U. S. Senate at its next sessionIn find chiefly with the case aid de
SECOND HALF STANDINGS Traps are being, experimentedwith the second story ,Congressman He signed the Injunction on the rei
must not expect county off 1- January. partment. He states that he felt
'W.' L. Pet In Gainesville to snare the Green seemed to think betterof ground that the proposal never
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state officials to make Mrs. Young the retiring postmaster the Investigation by case Aid work
Is nor _____% 1 0 1,000( and if success the
Daylight ? worms they prove a the chances for this change in properly was passed by State
at later date. has made many new era Into many needy cases was not
rations a Green Cove.___.. 1- .- 0 1.000 they will be adopted and used on plans than did the representatives Legislature.
determine'what
friends her term of office. thorough enough to
Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright Starke _____?._. 0 1 .000 It is during conceded that she projects throughout the state.In 'of the relief administration stating Robert J. Pleus, assistant attorney the actual budgets of the
generally '
week issued the following Fernandtna. _____ 0' 1 .000 has made a capable and acceptable the ''meanwhile the following that he would be willing to general said an appeal to the families In question should be, It ;"yr

lemellt: public servant always alive to the suggestions are being offered to :make a trip to Washington In Its supreme court.would be made. was his wish he said, that the

11 hereby Indorse the above I l (By LESTER, BCHNELL! ) Interest of patrons of the'office aid< In preventlng-the spread of the behalf if necessary.Commissioner Judge Johnson said as b* signed protective league should assist the 4

cement' and advise that the Manager Harold ,Wall's rejuvl- and earnestly trying to give the pest;, I Mallory Thomas the: Injunction that "I would Ilk local. administration In determining $;

|*rd of County Commissioners nated Strawberries forced the best possible service. Avoid surgical operations which made a motion to'rescind the to- use this amendment adopted#, be. who should and who should not obtain ->

J b. in session next- Monday strong Fernandina nine Into an It la understood that there were leave open wounds at this time of board's action in halting the work,, cause I'm in favor) of consul.Jatlng: work In certain cases. This ,'

ly 16 for the purpose of equal- overtime contest before''Ilnally about sixteen' applicants for the the year; handle stock carefully to I but the motion was lost for want some. of then offices." Ha added should take the form of orderly

ig and adjusting all assessments yielding by a 5-2 score last Thursday position of postmaster here. avoid wounds and bruises; have of a second.CLAUD ., however that his action: was taken arbitration he said with a committee

this county. in the first game of a doubleheader. young animals born in the winter "because this resolution was so Irregularly from the league conferring ;

It la to the Interest, of every .., .The teams ;made! a nip NEW MONEY ORDER FEES months; complete{ destruction of A DIRT DIES handled In the Legisla with a committee from the relief

payer to see that his property. and tuck battle of It for thirteen EFFECTIVE NEXT MONTII carcasses by burning; keep all AT, HAMPTON HOME! ture." office.n

properly assessed before the Innings, before the Starke defense open wounds painted liberally with Dirt The Injunction was applied fort Mr. Hayes had nothing but
.ka are made up and should he shattered. Jimmy Rltcb waking a Beginning August 1, money orders pine tar oil; destroy all ticks lice Claud A.' for'many year a by S Frank Child of St. .Peter.- praise for President Roosevelt and

U or neglect to do no the law re- bad misplay at dint ;to C ,.turji"the presented for.payment within and fleas as.these! M ts may cause prominent. resident ,of Hampton, burg who claimed publication of it the N.w,D.aL, It I I. his belief he +'
sea him to pay his'assessment tide In: favor of the visitors. At thirty days after date of Issue at sor44 through which' the screwworm ,. died at his home there Thursday of would be a needless expenditure of said that our President would go t tdown

made by the tax: assessor. There this point, Harvey., Strawberry any post office other than the Issuing larvae may gain entrance; last week public funds, because the amendment In the annals of history as l
no law to adjust assessments, speed king.who had.tamed his rivals office or the office named In In treating, Infested wounds use Mr, Blrt was born In Alachua was not submitted to the people "the greatest man that ever lived.

er the books are made: in fine! fashion and really had the order as the office of payment benzol to kill the maggots after County December 1, 1892. and was In the manner prescribed by the H* characterised the escrow system

The tax assessor'can not.always the"best of the situation. gave it will be paid only for' the amount' which keep the wound covered married to Maggie Lane In 1913. Constitution. as "great. saying that it was

ilte correct assessments without up In favor of Burnham. youthfulsouthpaw. of the order }less the regular money with pine tar oil; avoid the use of To' this union were born four chil W. B Dickenson of Tampa representing the only system that could be used y

e help of the property!\ owners." : This Was the first loss order fee Postmaster F. F. Stump creosote stock dips and other worm dren. Chllds said the State when the relief administrations,, ""
'. to be chalked up against Harvey tald this week. killers containing cresols and phenols H* Is survived by his widow and Senate never voted upon final passage had such limited funds 6n which to
this and should have been a as they are very injurious toj four children, Mrs. A. L. Johnson
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season This means that money order. of the resolution. He cited the operate.No
rison Shirt FactoryTo well deserved win Instead had the the animal. four children Mrs. A. L. Johnson '
made payable at other post offices Senate journal of proceedings In fee was charged for'joining
Get New Blue Eagle bottom not fallen" out of his mates' and presented ..to this office for For further oetalls regarding and Eugene ;Albert' and George support of bis claim. After votingto the organization and It was stated
dirt all of Hampton two brothers.Roy ,
defense. payment will be chargeable with a the treatment and control of the ; recede from amendments In that the amount of the dues wouldbe
factory Harvey was faced on the mound fee," Mr. Stump said. "No money pest it Is advisable to consult a and<< Marvin Blrt of Gainesville which the House had refused to set when It was'determined "

The shirt at the Florida by the Fishers' old standby,..Jake order made payable at this offlc.1, qualified veterinarian All live- and one sister Mrs. E. F concur Dickenson said the Senatedid what the needs of the expenses ,r

ite Farm will soon sport a shiny i Bunch who tightened down to or Issued at this office will be stock owners In Bradford Countyare Haws of Edgewood, MJ not give further consideration would be. ;.

blue eagle according to a rent '[r give a masterful pitching exhibition charged a fee when presented to urged to consult the abovesug&estlons' Funeral services were;held from to the proposal., / The grape vine system was of-
Church on' Saturday
the the Baptist ,
t announcement of Nathan all the way Both whiffed a this office for payment he con- In order. .. to keep. at 10:00 o'clock with the 'The amendment wa. known aa festively used In summoning the
morning :
iyo, Commissioner of' Agricul- goodly number of men.handled Rowell Harvey' tinued. pest down. Rev O. E.!: McCauley officiating.H "the lost resolution" of the 1933 crowd for Monday night's meeting. {,

11 1 and head of the State Prison peppy new shortstop, was assisted by' the Rev. F, M session because It was lost just before Although the tlm. and place of the
slab while
|vision. heaves behind the Interment was In the the close of the seislon, and meeting was not known until Sat #

The code requires 'that pr son- Allen took over the duties for the hit Recent Rains ,Not Bad'As'Tainted, ; Taylor.SantaF ,cemetery. was not found for several days. It urday the court room was filled to :
boys
Fishermen. The< Berry
We goods be sold at comparative and Active pallbearers were Rawley was signed by the presiding officers overflowing with almost all avail
ices well although not together of the House and Senate several able room occupied by
with material manufactured last Braonen. J. W. Bedenbaugh L. O. standing 1

tree labor.At stood Inning.out when.defensively with the until game the almost Writer' Says Everything Not t RuinedBy Johns E. A." Edwards Clarence weeks later.. men and women workers

the State Prison, M.. Hirsch won they; went to pieces."Woody" Hicks'and H. B. Wiggins.Mr. Mr. Hayes was accompanied hereby
(rates the shirt ,factory, under Woodall continued on his Blrt :joined the Baptist TWO LOCAL YOUTHS Henry C. Burke, secretary of
"tract. The prison supplies labor- for the locals hitting J Church at an, early age and was IN UNION TROUBLE the state organization and also of
hitting
sand. Hirsch pays the prison on almost everything spree the visitors had ( H. E. LAGERGREN) an activ member as long as his the Gainesville league.It .

basis of the number of shirts taking a swing ,at beneath the soil be health Would permit. He will be George Reddish and Claude Pre- was stated that 5.000 men are
to offer even a foot may
ufactured. The money geesto : "Gabby" Allen; boisterous Just alter the recent heavy top ashes. So' don't be greatly missed In the Hampton vatt both residents of this county now enrolled In similar organlza-,
the prison fund. .Mayo said Rabbit Hale and )la- rains, the cry that "everything' Is as dry as rid of the water. community where he was known were released this week on f&OO Lions throughout the state. sew;
shortstop.
Fisher too hasty getting
farm-
xrvblon and control of the prls- also much In evidenceat ruined" was common among Even flooding of growing as a good neighbor and a kind husband bond each from the Union County .
mesa were that the temporary
era engaged In the shirt factory their Infield poets The out- 'ers. Later It was floods found generally crop .la not damaging as long and. father.CONGRESSMAN. jail where they had been placed on 'Murder At The Vanltle"Show
the
fined with prison officials: Woodall. Jones and Red- havoc from the water is circulating. Our a charge of'mistreating Juller Kltler -
fielders; amounted to very little. The alleged as i CAMP Last Times Tonight :
ON
Jibe cabinet received notification complimentary and plowing ', a young boy of RaIford..
grave also did some sufferers were those who soils contain np clay '
| t unless Florida, signed the work fly-chaalngi: ,, had their plantIngs white wet' does no Injury. Therefore Congressman R. A. Green with I' According to an account In the -
formal complaint would/ b* The gems':was/ a bard low to through such neglect a bad shape before 'during1 a protracted rainy hi. parents, Mr. and Mrs W.; H. Union County Times, Reddish and "Murder At The Vanities.' EarlU'rou's

i against sale of the shirts In take on the chin,' due 'to the fact rains In till they were doomed to spell a plow furrow may be' run Green, .and brother, Floyd Green Prevatt picked Hitler up a short smash bit movie, Is showIng -
the I
open market and that the I that It was a hard fought melee, Among them In every other "middle1? to drain and family I* 'enjoying a brief I' distance from Ralford and promised Its last times tonight at the

Ms could not be sold unless they I and as feral the playing itself is were failure, some-anyway." "gentlemen farmers" off standing water so that grass camping: trip "somewhere" near ,' to give him a ride Into town. Rita Theatre. This picture", which ;1

Irrted the NRA Insignia***.*')A .** 1 concerned should have gone'down WhO'"'toad 'rented fields,' preparedthe killing may be spevdedw Keystone'Heights.' It Is expected'i After traveling a distance of about combines muslo and mystery", fea y'y'lures '

u another win for our Strawberrlees. ground well sown the seeds What damage,Jto crops the heavy that the Congressman will be back II too :yards at a speed of fifty miles such screen luminaries as

P. GEORGE H. LOWRYAT I and then-forgot all about It. Dur- rains caused was richly compensated In his office sometime today. an hour. It .is said that Kitler was' Carl Unison, foreign Importation; +
MISSION S'J'UD1".HALLI of the after- for' In other, wajteThe e pushed from the sld of the automobile
In the second game the dry" years many were induced Victor McLaglen. Jack Guide, KIt.
I
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_. I noon. Burnham'took the hill forth because of the cheapness to ground was filled with sufficient NO MONDAY MATINEES I .' The young boy caught the ty Carlisle and Duke Ellington: and
A good attendance: and a wonully local and fed the vidtore on and clear lands that could not moisture forth* first time.In several Miss Mina Manusa,"manager of door handle with his hands, leaving hi* bend.

good and helpful messagethe his deceiving: left handed slants buy be drained though they: looked years which will help future the Rita Theatre, announced- this. his. ft and legs dragging on Oa Saturday the Hits will show *'

Tuesday evening service mad baffling slow ban for five Innings safe enough while dry. Such lands crops. At one period during forty-: week that there will be no Monday: th, hard-surfaced road. a western, "Phantom Thunderbolt '

the Mission\ Hall a very Interes before darkness halted the are not fit for cultivation but eight hours eight inches of rain maUne.. during, the month of After dragging about fifty ," with Ken Maynard. '

lone. affair with the score standing 3-2 should be left to produce timber fell making It Impossible for my.rinds July and'Aul(1iSt.. The Sunday ,ard.., It, Is said that one of the Sunday and Monday will bringto '

Ie Presenting the subject...."R8- In .the Berries' favor. Burnham and grass. On the other hand,. of harmful Insects to lurvl..ealso ; Wednesday and Saturday matinees occupant ,of the automobile the local screen "The Most
aber Lot's Wife!' Dr. Lowry although handicapped by a wet ban fields of loose soil which had suf- drowning counties*' rats and, will remainth: same.GEARY'S struck Killer's hands from the Precious Thing In Life"1 with Jean

hed a vital Issue la. the life oftry aU.te way.snowed real ability by fered for years for lack of moisture probably every mole.. Th wild 'STATION door handle causing him to fall on Arthur, Donald Cook and Richard! +

Christian"'today; setting whiffing several men aDd also by ,,-an showing luxuriant. crops pasture wr rejuvenated and now OPERATE the road and suffer sever Injuries. Cromwell. '
""h In the illustration'of Lot's I[working out of many'holes, once since-the ratals. look entirely different from what Mr .juuf Mrs' William A. Geary Reddish and Prevatt were ar '"Come On Marines" with Richard 1

e the terrible consequence of with the sack filled and none.out. With, normal rainfalls; such a* they n..dto'dotba, ttm*:
"K to follow Christ and at the Hal continues ,to play.heads up prevailed until about ten years ago year, and panda and branches) have filling station and lunch room and will await grand jury action the attraction on Tuesday ,aad

time looking back and holdr ball adding a. clean steal of hometo the drainage systems o*..this. county i water for the stoclL. Though essay known a* loIa'.: are now'managing .- at the fall term of circuit court.In Wednesday.

r to worldly companions; the his day's achievements. for the should be about right. But during |soluble frtlnsrs may have leached the' Cities Service station opposite that county., .

urea and evil influences of the local HallieJon**' returned tot' the dry years of late the county out of the soil; coars vegetable the court house." The station 1R' ddbb had ;Just been released HOUSE TAKES LONO MOVE.: .
Il1te. after a tryout with drained., The ram matter ha been softened and mad |III now.mown as 'Billa.
reminding hearer that the local lineup has been over from: Jail her on an assault and
""IJB, he rill b*'recalled to the drams to decay and thus to furnish plant from Early Thursday morning folkswho
Himself admonishes. us to DeLand. where water found Its way McBACS tattaryrcharge; arising a
NEW HOME FOR bad beenout late the night
member Lot's wife" wh partly later but fell Into a *'bad slump.. before It had time to sink Into the food. Th* heavy I rants "filled along fight staged at a road house on the i
the day.' strawberry felt want" and brought benefits Th new home of H.; M.McRa b before thought they were seeingthings
for
fjed, but who 1011.4 for the so11J falling to get a hit soil. Farmers, especially edge of town.WILLJAMS. when little white house
and friends she had made In Although Manager Wall now hasmaterial growers ditched off the water > too numerous to mention. nearing completion at its location a on j
gamble with nature few mile west of town oa the wheels came rolling down Madison
the Is M a
iclced of ruling' standing In the "middies" In Farming '
city of Sodom and the capable LOCATES HEAl:
bsl. result- rooet In the North Florida League, order' to facilitate working or though less so in our section lAke Butler, road. It..la of one- Aevaue. Further Investigation disclosed r
Uf. and Mrs. J. J. Williams ar.DOW' that the
Is seemingly thinking that of Florida than :anywhere .!*.. story frame construction: and follow building was,
[The song service la charge of W. the mala weakness gathering the crops of operating the filling station mounted on a truck by meau'of along
gamblers attractive style
farmer are
Inability of the water stood on the Some poor a very j
the .
around when
..trait With Mh. Lowry at the centered q ..together must be saturated and lose la the gam, others ar.bet..r' architecture.:: .[. en Tempi A"'eDueformerly extension device, that It belonged .,
soil
..and the special numbers by the boys. .t.-orJr."lIQ OutIY.; : "'0U1I ..the with foresight and c., '. known as "Viola's." Ur. and lira. to Dr. K. U Bigg. that H.
Poor G. that la }heStark players; "
fluloa and buach,tay bits a': with It.'d'hq.Rrah nine weO-khewn here hav ,
from hIef.a
Music Makes toaw4d seei sot,caught I FKHTILGCEB CONSCMPTiOMT William Va.1 belnr..mov.d ;
calculations they
1 the medttaUon of tile boor.esoky baa running baa.also.been to be flnsnss"andctosensss napping-they
next at the earn'boar, drawback.'' Theteam strengthened seeais the beaus: of the and favorable 'oosxutfcxi) frstau-ih* tons of fertilizer 'during' ten In 'St&tke"cIw18.' the 'away Lake, where ,Jt had al-,

F are invited to see the. -BaB considerably : of the sand particles, nnfavwabl and arts"*ui,.Carwsjh May a* compared with' 109 too years that'they were engaged in ssdy.beo rented aad'was .to b* r
them'sothat
.. three aw players. the air bubble between ',* c
Wing me of LIt. illustrated, acquisition CoaUwudoa of O) ,, while. the water .steads' on dry wet or. cold.season. :; hiring tile. month.. "of'''April' .. show, "_tiU.Iam.-A,, I I occupied..the,next .days .. ...,;;...
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LAKE BUTLERRed NEW RIVER EVERGREEN GRAHAM ZIFF I pound party given at the home of 666Liquid. +

; Kerce, Correspondent Mr. F. A. ilonlrr' <.'..rr..pond.nt M.... L, ("'. ......... ('.r............. film I.nlM M.. I.....&.. ('orre.eo.de.t Mr. .and Mrs. Horace Stokes last .
:Mr. and Mr.rl: Wynn and I Saturday and all .reported a nice .. ..,... !II...
LAKE BUTLER, July 12.-At a children of Georgia, were visiting Mrs. Magglp'sytb;;;;: and chil- Mrs. Dellmar:McKenzie i of Jacksonville Services were held at Deadon Check Malaria In Three nro
Da
recent meeting of the city council friends and relatives at New River dren Lucile and Eugene, of Jack was visiting relatives over Church last Sunday afternoon by time.Mr.. and Mrs;*C. C. Johns and Cold First Day
when newly elected members were last week. sonville spent the Fourth here with the week-end. Elder Crosby of the Rising: section.P. children of Starke spent several I H.........or N......, .. I.' so Mlnn',

installed, a motion was made by Rudolph Andrews Is visiting his her mother, Mrs. J. S. Rosier. Mr.! ; and Mrs. Willard Smith of W. Lewis of Jacksonville days of this week here with Mr. Fine Laxative and Tonie'

Councilman J. W. Birdwell, and brother-in-law and sinter, Mr. and Miss Pauline Rosier spent Sat Windemere were visiting relatives spent Friday here with his par. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis Meat 5..d7. He.edl... Kn....
yy J. W. Townsend'that urday night with her aunt, Mrs. L. here eats Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
seconded by Mrs. Floyd: Wiggins of New River. Sunday. ........
the city mayor, dark and board of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thomas Morgan, near Starke. Mr. and Mrs. FV.: T. Osteen and Master Jake Coon of Lake But -
aldermen work throughout the Misses Effle and Edna GrlffU ler Is visiting his cousin, Arch '.
city I were recent visitors of his brother family of Prooker were dinner FUNERAL DIRECTORS
v ensuing year without compensation. I Jim Thomas. of Pine Grove were visiting Misses guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sur- ?Mann for a while.
The resolution was adoptedand Sam Crews and daughter-In-law.' Pauline and JuanIta Rosier. Sunday rency Sunday.We William Groover of Miami Is visiting uur Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render
carried by unanimous vote. Mrs. Lola Crews of New River afternoon.Mr. : friends and relatives here.. EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
have been visiting relatives In Lake I, and Mrs. Leaton Morgan and F. M.are sorry to report that the Mrs.sick We are very sorry to report that MODERATE; PRICES
Abernathy' on
PROJECT NEAR CLOSE Butler. I children spent Sunday here with list this week. Mrs. Leala Hough is still on the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
which M. L. Johns of New River has Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. sick list. STARKE. FLORIDA
The school heating project T. had a new addition to his home Mr. and M4. Schellle Rosier Mrs. W. T. Watson and son, T. J. W. Lewis and son* I... 0., and -..
direction of
Is under the Supt.
I FERA this month. were visiting Mrs. Bill StrIngfellow L., of Gainesville were recent Mrs. J. B. Thomas were attendingto
S. Thomas and local authorities
within Floyd Wiggins of New River is In Starke Saturday night.Mr. guests of Mrs. L. C. Smith. business In Starke last Satur --
will be complete
,
to having a sleeping room added to and Mrs. J, M. Rosier and L. C. Smith returned Saturday
the next few weeks, according day.MIss
his home and the Lorene of from Windemere after a stay of Strickland of Melrose
this porch repaired. daughter, Woodlawn Dorothy
announcement made early For
week.an The steam heating project Miss Melba Moody spent a few spent Sunday afternoon with her several days with his son Willard has returned home after Expert RepairingSmith's
days with hEIr cousin Miss Eloise mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier. Smith. spending some time here with Miss
Union
the High
which Is placing
most Johns of New River. J. D. Sapp and J. C. Pringle Mrs. A. E. Ward returned Sat Earmor Stokes.
School one of the up-
k among of heating We are sorry to learn of the spent Sunday with their 'cousin urday from Sampson City where A large crowd from this com
the
to-date schools In way
-'death of Sampson Johnson, Infantson Clifton .Rosier. she spent several days with her munity enjoyed a fish fry at Earl-
equipment is costing approximately GaragePhone
of Mr and Mrs. Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand daughter Mrs. Florrie McKInney. ton Beach on the Fourth.
$:),000. and requires expert
Johnson. He died Thursday and daughter of the State Farm Several guests enjoyed a Fourthof Miss Earmor Stokes Is visiting
workmen in making the Job corn-
was burled" at his mother H. July dinner at the home of Mr. Miss. Strickland of Mel-
An additional $3,000 I Is being Dyal cemetery. were vtaltlng Mrs. Dorothy
plete. 120
and Mrs. H. D. Wasdln.
while.
spent in the way of landscaping F. Redding Sunday.J. rose for a
and beautification work on the A head filled with knowledge is Q. Rosier and children spent Mrs. Carl Hough and childrenare

school campus. Under the direction like a full barrel-not of much use Sunday with hi* brother, Brittian Vero Beach were visiting Mr. and visiting friends and relativesIn Wrecker Service Day or Night

': of one of the state's,best landscape until It dispenses Its contents.De .- Rosier, near Lawtey. Mrs. J. E. Rosier Saturday after Tampa.A .
;- artists the school grounds Bernard Hollendez. Edgar Strickland: and,. sister of noon. large crowd attended the

S have greatly been Improved with

.q Sf,, football playsites'playground field new lawns basketball new "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"---Indirect Action, But Effective ---By POP MOMAND 1u

.
p courts and a new baseball diamond. - -- -- ----

\ There has been a number of palms YEAH YOU'RH OH -OH -- r'MADE !! TwsrX.1.x .
: that were furnished WANTED OM TH SI-'e A BREAK '.! X FORc.oT HEY ELMER worr MAVBCmSEUER

1 j. net on the by grounds the State Farm and PHONfi.TESSE r TI.W.JI( IT'A SUPPOSED. eifia ISN'T'r' KNOW WAIT!!! NO.: GTAL \ i S-iAPTA.CAU.IM1r uP TEAR MY Z ,? ;c,:'

FERA laborers set them out;',Ev- SeRteANT ABoUT THAT CjOT NO.!! NO!/! DOWMTELJEPHOT
far MOPB X OIO4'T, &ET
. $ erything will be In readiness so
: as these projects are concerned, TM' <:2B:
:1ffi according to Mr.. Thomas, when "z M y ilTf,_ WIIA'D.TA TOWN '

: school begins August 13. .. -
1 +t.4sa Il'4j7 PRts
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FISH AND RED BUGS j'i i '+ 1 tf ho aoe esIr rrv.l 'cu 1t
t ; The promoter of this readable Ct r "c ei'.erltt. ;h Y -r
column is spending the day. of this r ,
t INI' i r d b1 to'a teat, 4,
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iQ:. warm weather In plenty, with fish ]err 4
and boiled A few of ,
peanuts. our
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expert fishermen, Sheriff W. So'iJ' i :
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Brannen H.B. Kerce, W. C. Townsend lT sfdJLii
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,S Tommy Dekle and near two '"
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,A lines full of name. are catchingmore _
re.7 I" a ttl.4JJMV7THE J.' .
.t. fish and red bugs and the aLItMM
like than have In all ...._....,! .. ...,.' ''- :... _. .....
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ksweet, existence seen. Last week ,1,1 \4' 1 "loun>II ao. "111.0 ':a ( 'oIfTe Ch' .::. .

'W\', ia an hour and a half W.C.T., and THE" ;FAMILY NEXT- DOOR"J N"" I: o t"ItIU II ..,._.I_..... f\'I"' >>"III'-1. ._..., ..I
\; Tommy Dekle, loaded their boat : oJ. hurw..w h1 aU :.7 >of .m..... .. 1......' .. The Proper Way .:
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with twenty-one trout that were '
;f I aooontel Just IPmi M 'to" .... .
certainly nice ones. And to the LOOK AT'THAf'WAUPAFIH! WOf4PIR ... HOI'tIV.1Hllti.AW'UL 811
of Bradford County folks 1'D BtTTlR alt or" TINt. ,:L:,..m.1'Ift; PJoD... .;\.. AN ..1.QT: 0' MiNG
envy you
'D y 'I ? a r ,A "\ I AROUND' Hue 1H"'tI"UD '
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ielj.. they came out of. own little 'AAT '
Crosby Lake.DEFEATS your OTHERTHtHam ,AdHfRt ) t' A wx 11I1;'ofof "t\t" '."'it'/llG jN jfNI.C.CK: .... .. 'v). FI""'.D'v jP. [PMTMOtl1 J UP SOMttOOV
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I C! ; LAKE BUTLER, 7-1 .-... ,
l Lake Butler's leg of the Suwanao 'a r itj \
'i i River League took 14 on theili' u ,
4 chin Sunday for a 7-1 defeat from v u: aC1at ---

the Ocala Lime Rocks on their AV
tl diamond. The boys are breaking '.7. 'h<;, I' -. UI5o .
'l even, however, so far In their .. .. t .. \t.WELL,1
At games. W. M. Graham was elected a':'f't:: s dM m .

w'\. manager and! president of the teamat t hw !. .1 -1 f. 1f /

, a recent meeting, succeeding L. .y
,Ip I 4r
f. W. Moon, former football coach
iJJ and teacher at Urlon High School. i .
) 1 : PERSONALS ) : / .

, f Miss Daisy Carrol Is spending V. ,
f i the week as guest of friends In -.-1i

; Daytona Beach.. :

\ Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Brldwell, were
1'+" f guests of friends In Lake ,City Sat. .
) urday afternoon.
. -
;
" :; L. W. Moon and Urle Spires are
, 'on a business trip to Boston, Mass., I MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" I
I By L? F.VanZelwlUrttUJ
'." this week Mr. Spires makes regular a .
trips nqrth la the hauling of "

.j vegetables and fruit. J1U2Z 0- JNH ...... 7K'w" wt't SUOiSCGtft "'tIJ
I ;, Mr. Freeman Johns Tampa,.Is 1 'tary tABII t1U04 RANT 't.G SliD
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0 the guest this week of her parents MAW t> ?"ThLCAOII'fO attTtte w T 'tK. 4PRare'fee
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I Mr and Mrs. J. W Townsend and DGAOT QN

: ; ulster, Mrs. Richard Warren. 8IlAI't

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ppc1 JCLY 13,103$ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREW

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?Manifold Ways il1--Wh'lch--th; So closely does an artificial Assessor of THXCM. on his A..o..... .;
t
[ I worm for fishermen to use as bait mcnt Roll fur the ,, ,\
:Economic Highlights Mid for. the purpose of perfectlmc
l ; 1 Banks Are Serving the Nation resemble the genuine that if rolled reviewinganil "'lu"lIalnK" much anKexHinent. "

1 (Industrial News Review, ) between the hands and placed on a The Assessor of Taxea. '
STATE and the Board of County Commlaloner .
LIVE NEWSNews
smooth surface It crawls. may. continue In session. for
Handling Millions of act na Daily for Individuals such purnuH from day to day for
I1.pp.el.g.. That Affevt of Florida In Short Paragraphs Pall. I>....Id..* ..'........ and Tax Corporations and State and National Governments-The TAX 1>KKI: > necennary.. .
All
Bllla .( le 4lvlde Na persona owning .
Every > >a NOTICE property *un

j j11 tlimal Inseparable and latrraatlenal Froa Local Pra Welfare...1..s Structure Strengthened and Deserving of Public Faith of That Tax' Jo Cartlfloat:* R. IH Htarllng.HEHRBY No. 14,1.holder I HUd(1IVKN of 1.11 Srd oath ty fort, Florida to amtenament. are notified In Bradford. to appear Coun.at

meeting
1R3I l.l': to make such complaint
day of August A. 1). her filed .
such
give
"*H JJII .. The most Interesting news of the B, FRANCIS MARION LAW, sold rertlflrnt In my office and the value or or any property.testimony, real ai or to l
h Preiident American Banker Allocation mad application for tax deed to ,la.. personal "* fined, by
the
week comes from across the water. "". thereon In arvordanrnwith law County As-

.ATTRACTIVE NUISANCES" BLIND HELPEDTALLAHASSEETh. A great deal that is of tremendous THE banki of the nation provide good loans, nor has the interest rate Maid "rertiru-at.' cmbrap the follow Cessna Roll of a Taxe* they. upon may "hi...Ir.. Aeievsnient .
ing
nq'IC TALLAHASSEE-The1'' Supreme State of International Importance has happened machinery through which ever been so low. Bradford dearrlbxd County property Florida ltuated, to-wltt.n liven by order. of the Hoard of

' court held recently In effect, that Florida Is extending a sympatheticand In Europe.AU pass dally many million ot checks 'A Return el Normal Leading; Hnutheaat Hlork IS l In Crosby, Lake e hore In County County Commlneloner Florida, June tit nth Bradford A. 1>,

We, ttractive nuisances" injuryry helping hand to those persons Europe fears war, la preparing and drafts as- Banks are bally needing loans for In Northeast Quarter Quarter. of Hertlnn of Beotlon' 34, and 35, 984*

guarded to prevent who through affliction have been for It on the one hand while regaling hundred revenue purposes, and now that confidence Township S Moulh Range 21 Kaat.. 1.19Iatl7.U A. J. THOMAa Clerk

If fo.Jersons. "Attractive nuisances", Incapable of providing a living far statesmen make long and empty ,<,NyI of millions In banks has been ]largely under The the ameaetnent' Bald certificate of said lanued. .property waa -

inj dangerous places where chll- themselves. All persons between speeches concerning peace on the of dollars. restored they are naturally returnIng In the name of Deo, A. A A. M. Mar- or THK CTSIIIOPOHT ro'vniTtov n

iitren or others might be attracted the age of sixteen and sixty are other. Main thorn In the side of The banks to a more normal lending policy out te.Unletta. said certificate shall b* re. TIIM HANK OP KT4IIKK

r |to play. Included In the vocation rehabilitation most European powers Is Germany; arc ]largely B- Before the bask holiday the con deemed aorordlng to law tax deed In the Htat. ntark of Florida. KlorMa at the close

_____ program and both those Incapacitated -and today when you speak of naming t h fldence of the people was shatteredThe August will Issue, A.thereon U. 1094.on the 4th day of I of business. June Hit, 1014: .

ROSE CAUSE OF DEATH from birth or through Germany you speak of Hitler, the ae Federal GOTarnment thought uppermost In the minds Hated thla and day of July A. D. I Lnana. and Discounts----9905505 HKSOlIHCEa '. ;

Death accident are reached by this long Iron-handed dictator Under the In It1Recovery the ot their US4. 'Overdraft, Old. -
LEBSBURG- came to of depositor was safety A. J. THOMAS ) '0..4 i ,.it:
Ijlrs. Anna Miller wife of Harry humanitarian earm.sCLEARWATEit treaty of Versailles most fought. Program funds. Withdrawals from banks became Clerk of Circuit Court' 'County Bond and Municipal\ .

IR. p. Millar of Eustls recently as about document signed this century InrolT- Increasingly heavy In general. 7.e.lsI18.8| Bradford County Florida, Recurltlea-depoalttl with 19,500.00 !, ''f jI
I Is allowed lug the great Under such circumstances the bank I Htate Treamireifffii. 11 !;\\1
result of smelling a rose. FungiIfrom WOMAN FREED Germany no army Stockholders; -- Ji.v.

the flower lodged In herlungs. CLEARWATER-A coroner's that amounts to anything Is pro- lit peace-Urn era mindful ot his primary reiponslblllty NOTU'H I.KAVU TO Oil'SKI.I.APPLICATtnv-FOIL MINOR'S I.AM Fund .-.,-_ J.000.00 ;,

I grew in spite of all medical jury has exonerated Mrs. Lottie E. hibited from making or obtaining s:x p S ndltures to his depositors was more IN COUnT OF COUNTY JUDGE Ranking Uou...., Furniture
p. ... LAW ever known. and Fixtures1,500,00
I attention and finally resulted in Livingston of East Turner Street offensive military weapons such as Likewise the concerned In the collection of loan State' of Florida Bradford County, Other Real Estate Owned 90,650.78 _

death. i Clearwater driver of the car that tanks fighting airplanes big guns. than In the making of new loans In lie Estate of Gloria John' Minor.: Clalma and Other lleaourcea '
her bank are largely financing the current Notion la hereby given to all t.080.00C"h"'Wd
The result was a severe contraction ----------------
struck and killed Mrs. Thelma Ker- It Is an secret that Germany whom It
open credit need of state counties mar concern that Thotma Cesh on Hand and Due
ner and Mrs. Carrie under Hitler has successfully abrogated ot credit. For this the banker should Kllauboth Johns. urn Iimrrtlan of Clio."v (Old----I (11)4.00(
RATE HEARING Hushkamp on cities, public school and other rl John :
PHONE political not be blamed. He simply perform mtoD, will, on the Slut and Due
JACKSONVILLE Counsel for the night of line 23 on South Myrtle the treaty through various ] sutMtlTislqns. all of which day of July 1914. apply to the from Bank to Pay
Avenue. The hearing bad been dodges. For example famous storm his manifest duty. tlonornliU:. K. Prrryman. County Trust. Accounts70,460.92 t
I the Peninsular Telephone Company have intimately to do with the dallyaffairs Bankers at this time are very Judge In and for said County, _t his ,
I appeared before a three-judge Fed. delayed from early last week be- troops are supposedly a >Craterna: of all of the people. the credit needs of orflce In Starke, In mild County at Total ..-_,.--$312,195,51
cause of the condition of Mrs. Livingston order and do not technically] come Each banks the properly viewing in o'clock A. M., or .. unnn Iher. MABII.ITIES: t
leral Court, ]last week seeking an day throughout business with serious and sympathetic after a.. the matter run b* heard for f'apitallllo"k Palil In ) U.flOOOO t
I Interlocutory Injunction restraining who had been under care under the classification of an country are making hundreds of consideration. Applicant Authority to null, at private sale! theInterrst Surplus Fund __-,.._,-_-._ '.294.79
I of physicians. army. As a matter of tact, they are thousands of new loans and they are of the aforesaid.. minor In Undivided Profit (Lose
Railroad Commission from enforcing :
familiar
the for loans are not always the ollowlnv-dHC-rlhfl. real .estate Kxpenne* end Taxes i'
I rate reductions at St. Fe- ,' well-trained well equipped thor renewing and extending old loans with the rules governing bank credit In said. County, to-wlti Paid ._ 1,004.07
KIDNAPERS oughly disciplined fighting men. for the accommodation of a vast The Went half. of the Hontlmni.t 8Inekho"l.r.II.tnlory. /!
FOUND GUILTY
and Interested helpon
tersburg. and constructive of the Northeast( quarter of
Liability llenerv Fund.
5,05000
BONIFAY Florida's "Li d- No man living baa made a more number of borrowers these borrowers the part of the banker will bring quarter S3, Township I "'Mouth Hana
spectacular .rIse than Hitler. Ten being Individuals, corpora- 11 Kant, containingtwenty acreemor Depositle
LINEMAN ELECTROCUTED bergh law" decreed death last week about the making of many additional or ]*BH. All ;
Other MabllltleaHtock
for two youthful] kidnapers in the years ago he was In prison for tions and partnerships and their loans, and without doing violence to Which application will be baeeiltinnn Assessment. Col.-
SARASOTA M. Clark 29- :
first Instance in which the abduction starting an abortive revolution loans being incident to agriculture.Industry principle] of good banking. the petition for enl now on lected ____ .. .?,. 1lnn.IIO
any .
file In ..M Court.
-old lineman of the Florida Trust Dapoeit-. 70,460.01
year law has been invoked In this against the republican government and trade everywhere.The Certainly no one would advocatethe Dated Jim 10th. A. T>. 1514. -

Light and Power\ Company, died state. A Holmes County farm jury of the time. Sentenced to a long banks through their trust departments making of unsound loans b],. THrcr.MA.. KHZADMTH JOHNS. Total ..U18lIS.I'
J last week at Englewood about term ha was pardoned In the belief are continuing the work 6-III5t7-SO| Guardian.NOTICH STATE Oil'-FLOI11HA, t
found Mlllard Keith 18 Bar banks. The creation of large volume -
and a +
miles from here after COUNTY OF nRAI>FOnnI. -....:
eighteen nard Retherford 21, guilty of kid. that he was small political fry which they have faithfully carriedon of unsound loans would not C. t. Htockwell, Conaervator of
contacting a' high tension wire on be Is the and NOTICE la given that I th the
could do no harm. Today throughout depresdon It would hereby annv-named Hank do solemnly
Mrs. weaken the banks-
naping a 77-year-old woman I only County Acaeidor of Tone for llrnd- that the
swear above statement
la
which he had been
a pole upon are trust fund In ,
ruthless
and protecting placed
J. L. Phelps in a robbery plot. The more powerful more prolong the depression and wipe out ford County, Florida, will, meet withthe true to the heat of my knowledgeand t
working with a crew from the than even Mussolini and Stalin. their car against the worst shrinkage of the gains already mad. It Board of County CominUMloneraof belief! and that It I lit In response a
verdict
without recommendation some
Punta Gorda plant.THEATRE was and the of values ever known.Included Bradford County, Florida, In the to official I notice I to report by the
word is
of mercy automatically fixing His slightest law Is to be earnestly hoped that no ifflce of th*. Clerk of the Circuit. Comptroller of the' State ot Florida, f
criticism of his Is In this activity Is the service the Court at Starke. Florida ( t.,
death faintest policies banker will yield under the pressure : at : C. STCH'KWtfM. Conservator,
the Ost
as penalty.LAKELAND In bank are performing la connection M. on Monday July Idth: A. I). COnnKCT-ATTKHTMiibucrlnad ,
BURNS DOWN for concentration
cause arrest for
of his desire for earnings, or for. the piirpoae of hearing complaint and sworn to beforeme
KEY WEST-Main business district one of the camps for polltlcal-prla: with administering the affair ot any other reason and make loans ol and receiving testimony an thin 6th day of u
DENTIST HELD wIdow. aDd orphans. to the value of-any property real A. J..llthH'r) .
various
was menaced here Friday by oners he has created in the sort. ; :
LAKELAND: ..Harvard wrong or personal, aa fixed by said County I Clerk Circuit' Court.
Haynes The the
a fire that followed an explosion] In parts of Germany--.*nd possibly banks, through medium of There are many needs for credit
17 of Jacksonville was fatally shot their savings and thrift deposit departments -
a theatre which killed a ten-year- execution. of kinds which are not within the

old boy and seriously] Injured his here last week and a coroner's jury Most European, powers would are furnishing safety for proylnce of commercial' bank to NOTICE

father. The explosion occurred in found the wound was Inflicted by give much to see the Hitler govern. the accumulations of many millions meet. Llkewlie there are manytypes
Dr. Robert Haddock prominent of peopl. and on this class of deposits also Notice I I..* hereby given that the following lace will b* sold at publiC ,
but there
the projecting room of the Strand ment collapse-the Naxl movement of credit, are
auction the first In
dentist. Haddock 1n reasonable Interest Is on Monday August 11194, It being the 6th day of said
Theatre and the fire that followedthe was placed is gaining ground ominously In paid. many types of credit facilities a.allableeDou.Ia.lt month, before the court hnua door' at Rtarke, In Bradford County, State
jail at Bartow. The bullet entered The officers ot banks are unstint would to meet of Florida, or ao much thereof aa will b* necessary to pay the, amount
blast menaced a number of other countries. And the rumor of seem
Haynes left arm and penetrated edly and unselfishly] giving advice due for taxes set oppoall. th* *am., together with the cost of such sale
the of all elassss of!
nearby buildings late has been that the German people requirements and advertising P
his heart Roy Hutchinson Lake and and counsel to the people of their worthy. borrowers.Th t
traditionally independent:
land the dent communities, thereby to a considerable Taw
STAYS WITHIN INCOMETALLAHASSEE police chief quoted Intelligent are tiring of him. It Duty el Every BankerIt n.eert.tlen eta. T R A Ov>... A Cesar 4f
1st as saying he bad warned the extent guiding their dally financial
-At the Clone to from his home Is an unquestioned fact that he no and fiscal affairs during thl.mo.t Is clearly the duty of every Com 100 ft W of NW' Coruf
of the state fiscal June 30 youth stay away the vast ] ot NWV4 of HKHof !
year longer enjoys popularity
banker In the country to perform ;
difficult disturbance.The
but had received a telephone call period of NK\ A run B14S ,
Comptroller J. M. Lee made the abe he once did. and that groups are certain services. The most important W 100 ft. N 34ft ft, fId "

following announcement to the from his daughter in which forming with the objective of eliminating Banking Structure Strengthen of these ere: 100 ft to beg___...______.25 1 13: E..le Short _: __,..__,. 10.18 i

public: "Florida' 1933-34 budget said Haynes was there. him. It is an Importantsign The banking structure as It Is today 1. To afford perfect safety for Com Wi 300 ft WofNMor' 1
of of NW<4 of BRH
,
bag been balanced and for the first of the trend that he Is grow has been greatly strengthenedand deposits of NIC': A run A 34B f!. 'I {,

time In years. Florida's govern. USE SAME LOCK DEVICE ing constantly harsher In suppress I the process of strengtheningstill 2. To grant credit to those who W lOll ft. N 241 ft, 13 "t l .
1011 ft to Beg-----------21Lot 5 22 Geneva Towns ,_. _..... iced
TALLAHASSEE Motor Vehicle -
mental functions have been kept ing opinion-an dictators do that goes on. Banking Is not a closedscience. deserve it. 1htipof. 8 of Blk 1, Orlgl- ,1! e.. VRlvlna ,
within their tax Income for a fiscal Commissioner George. H. Wider when their power is on the wane. Th. backing 'system whichwe In th* matter of credits the public nal Town of Stark In

year period. The past twelve recently announced he had selected HU.fef"s answer to revolt came' have bad wa Dot good enough must In fairness remember that : MW'4______-_...21 8 S3Lota Morgan ..;,,-..... u.ad

months have witnessed payment of, the same type of lock device on Saturday, June 30, and Sunday and I earnestly believe that aa able commercial banks are not lending Orlginst 2.( I' Town 4: R of of nik'. rk" '" .

every current obligation aa well aa I used on this year's automobile tags July 1. The answer can be expressed and non-partlsan commission should their own money, but the money of In JMHV4 ot HWW,____-...2SWl 1 S3 T A, nrln.on.M_..,.__.__ 108.11 iy

the half million dollar unpaid balance for use on Florida's 1935 license to one onainons word: Ter- b* set np to make a study of. our their depositors, represented verylargely of Lots 1.T of nile Id, ''
He he had contractedwith numerous banking laws to the end the and savingsof OrlalnalTown. of Htarke :ain
due July 1, 1933 while some I plates. said. rorism. Kurt,Von Schlelcher once by; earnings NB14 of HWM.---.....18WM. 1 22 Mrs. M. B. Edward. _.__ 1".11
Inroads have been made on the Inherited the Fortenberrjr Co., Ino: of chancellor of Germany the position that a properly correlated banking the people. The people who own of Lot 4 of Mlk 25, .. tp

debt." Washington D. C.. manufacturer Hitler now holds, was shot system might be worked out and these deposits hsve accumulated Original' Town of Clarke '
In Nlflfc/ of HWi ________31 1 13 -- C A. Fntch and
of the lock-strip' tag device: for with Us wife. The charge was resisting submitted to the next Congress.A them through years' of labor and Joe 4.eS ,;

NEW POSTOFFICES 350,000: pairs of the nuts and bolts ar.reet. -but few will believe good system would include rigid sacrifice, and la many cases the deposit talk It a* extended nn Kn- Mlstrunky---------

JACKSONVILLE Plans] calling used on the tags at 3H cents per that. Other famous Germans were requirements as to management Intelligent represents their all. These *ey Map. Original Town '
'
For twelve new postofflces and pair. The tag will be manufactured slaughtered or Imprisoned. Innumerable and impartial supervision depositors have the right to call for .WI4 of Htark----------------2 In NE',4 of $ .. 22 pull Ileflnlng Co.-_..__. | l.4l t
at the of the State and.In due time,unification of super their money at any time, or at moston
plant
other> Federal structures or alterations tag ordinary German citizens Lot > AN"'/6 ft of F.otof ...'
] Prison Farm in Ralford. vision. Such a system, composed of short nolle Deposits constitutea I Mlk 1, I.lvlnKNton.uhy ;
an dextenslona to old bulldogs who were on the antl-Hrtler
banks .adequately espltallsed. sacred trust Tr A l II'* Addition
In as many Florida cities have) side were killed. High officers, in capably to Htark ____. __..II I II nay Nwom ,_,._.,?.. 37.41 +
fen made public by the postofflce KEY WEST WANTS NEW DEAL Hitler's own storm troops met a managed and conscientiously There are certain basic principlesIn Lot I. 2. 13. 14 of Bile : '
TALLAHASSEE-Stranded. by supervised would eliminate any possibility sound banking that must be held 14, I.lvlngNton\ Truby.
and treasury departments In adversities because of a like fate because they were not of a recurrence of what has onto even In tot period of change, Co' Addition to Mtark.21' 1 23 J. n. aloC/r./ ;irulijiiut.j..___ IT.II l

Washington. The public buildings economic zealous enough In supporting him. happened In thrpast four years. but the progressive banker must bs Lot e, 7 of lllk 19, Llv. tt'Mabel rt
will Involve gradual shift of trade and industry Ingeton, Truby' A Co'
of at
an expenditure of West The result .Is that Germany The temporary' federal deposit lasnranc .' responsive to changing conditionsand Addition to Ntarke._ ._.2t t 22 w Helen Meriereau.,. 14.11 R
Key ,
the
about picturesque city
1700000. The figure this writing Is on the verge-of revolution pies q der which deposits he must b* active la leekla.prop.r Lols916,7L9eofRlle ,i

quoted give the estimated maxi- at .the southernmost tip of the -It's a. case In which anything la banks ap', tO' $(.SOO toreacb account I opportunities to meet the II, I.lvlngeton, Truby A .
mum cost The' computed costs United States, baa declared a stat And what happens peen, ('or'e Addition to Wtarke.H 1 22Lota Frank Morgan. ,*.._.__. ".n
can happen.
are insured has In effect sound needs of his co.tom.u.R.peat.d ,. ,
the 1, 2. 1, of hit I', Livingston ,"
follow of and called ,
: Tampa quarantine station emergency upon may have much to do with deciding for sis month and has proves a assnrranc has been Truby A Co's \ ", ;

1283,000; Perry postofflce, $63,000; state and Federal governments fora the future of the world and potent factor in restoring confidence. given by the Administration that Subdivision ___..__--...21 1 22 .Annie. \VIIIIani Jy;..__ n." (

Tallahassee postoffice and courthouse "new deal" Faced with unemployment determine whether or not there is its All Blk 2. LIvlngKton -' I 1\ r
Only two small banks out of over there Is no desire on part to ,Truby A Co' Hubdlvl- "

$400,000; Fort Lauderdale\ of the major portion of to be another war. Until the German fourteen thousand holding] membership continue government lending a moment lon ______......._....21 1 22E'4 Annie William ?',,._,._, '.JJ
Postoffice $107,000; St. Augustine the population both the city and crisis Is settled one way or In the food nave failed darIn longer than Is necessary and of Hike A Lnt D.. .

postofflce $200,000;; West Palm Its county, Monroe which embraces the other, lights will burn late in this six months', period. The that at the earliest possible time 'Trilby.., Silk A 1.Co'I.IVIngnton Hubdlvl- ,?

Beach 288,000; Leesburg Federal a part of the mainland and chancellories In all the great pow. temporary plan] has been extended the government will glady give way lon .______ ... _________21 1 22: Unknown _...,..__.__ taps +

building, $52,800; Bradenton $88,- the many coral Islands jutting Into ers. very wisely for a year, and the to the banks and other lending institutions '''''to. o.fr Blk 11. Living-:

000; Winter Haven. $83,400: Fort the sea from the Florida peninsula r amount of the Insured deposit ha. This, of course, Is as It division A Co'* Huh"d
------------.2$ t 23 -m..,.
Short .....__. .. T.SS k
Pierce: postofflce 72000. Build-,I I adopted resolutions surrendering SAXTON been Increased to 15,000. thus In. should t b.> and we are all earnestlylooking W% of Blk 12, Living' -

tags for Plant City and Quincy are ''all their legal power to Governor suring In full over >8-% la number forward to the time when soon, Troby A Co' Sub. ,

.till in the. specification stage I I Dave Sholts.AMAZE ] .... W. A. T,..... Crr**.......t of the depositors In the banks. private initiative and' enterprise division _._______.___.31 ( S3 Ella Maithewb'.c-.r., :bell (n,
.
Lot 1 4 of Blk II. LlvIngnton
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norman of Hoarded money Is returning to the shall have recovered Its vitality sufficiently Truby A Co' .

Rising section were visiting relatives banks and deposits are showing a to throw government Subdivision' .___,___.3I S 22 1'hr.m= Thomas e-a.._ $05

A 'MINUTEL here Sunday.Mr. vast Increase. Banks everywhereare crutches away.Numerous Lots 15 of Bile 13, Llv- ;i

and Mrs. Leslie Hicks, who super-llqnU. meaning that they bank failures ban ereat.d Hubdlvlalon Ingnton. Truby_____A__.Co'__-11 1 31 5. K. K.IIy.- ___-.. 11.11

SCIENTIFACTS -=- BY ARNOLD''' spent the past two months In St. bar an unusually beery proportionof la the minds of many a grosslyeugg.rated Lot 1.4' or 8(4( of nile $5. {' )
Ga. are visiting Mr. Hicks' their deposits. cash. There are Idea as to the losses ofeI.po.ltor.'a Llvlngton. Truby A \
George .
Co' Subdivision--------25' 1 22 Oecar'D.ll'.r-J' .; ".CI
two kinds of unemployment la this closed bsnks. TIle reo .d
Rev. and Mrs. :E. L. Hicks.
parents. Lau I I. 3. 4. I or Pile I.Davl .
Everybody la enjoying the ..revl."aI country unemployment of men i ord Indicates that depositors la {its6Truby's. Addltlon I., A. z., with of good and unemployment of dollars. These banks. which closed la the past three .____.31 1 12 S
meeting plenty
r- men and these dollars must b* put to years will. rtalU on an average Late *, of Bile I, Davis .
and music.
singing A Addition to
Truby 1
Friends of Ancil Brown were work.- Banks !I. strong and highly] about 150 on the dollar. That would Htark ____. ._. ____,--.21 S 22Lnt A. Z. Adkln.-: _.... his
liquid condition and mean a loss of 35%, It has been estimated
are prepared 10 Bile 2,
glad to see him this week when he I, .Jr.I..f y'! q,
determined to do their that during the depressionthe } Addition \
Y same home for a abort visit from proper -part to rltark______..l. S 23 A. Z.. AdklnMr *-_.._..... 33.31
la putting money to work. average value of 'Investments la
__ the CCC camp. Lot .. f. t of Bill IB Ex N S
stocks ]lost about 90"%" ; bonds similarly
ft. N. J. Jones Addition ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hardl Taylor and Requisites far Gases' el' Beak Credit declined approximately <0% to mark ._____.... S '13 .*. O-Walnwrlght."" 13.11 '

aonv Arthur of Black Creek were That brings me to the all''Important and commodities 15%. Lot 1, 1, 3. 4. *. T, S nf @
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevail Hlk 1. Highway Addl
question of the granting of Deposits sound banks continuedto tlon to Stark*_;.-...._II S S3 'MrrMary Q.Walnwrlght'Oulf ll."
Wednesday credit by banks.. Two things are be worth 100% throughout tile Lot I of Blk I, Highway .

r Harry Edwards of Starke was In necessary to Increase bank credit: depression and tQ% of th. bank deposits Addition to mark___..21 1 22 Refining Co.__.. 11.11

this section Sunday. 1st. The banks'mast b* liquid and of the country were not affected. Lot 1, 3, Highway 4, I. 5 7. 5. S of .
3 Addl'
Blk ,
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Sellers and confident in their own strength.,, tlon. to Htark*............*. 1 2JI Mrs. Mary O.Walnwrlght. 2l.tl

children of Jacksonville were vlaiting 2nd. Business mn must further Beaker. Deserve c...J*.** )r* 4, *, e. 1 of nik1.. t
here Wednesday. P.!. S. Matthews Addition
The bouse belonging to Mr. Ray lay their fears and regain eonS The country can have full confidence "A" to i tarh..I. I II Floreno. XL Cnova..,_ 31.11,
deuce to the point where they will In the Integrity and competence Lot 1, 5, 10 of Blk II.
SEEKING waa destroyed by fire of unknown dare to think and plan] all.... of th. bankers of the country. Tempi'* Addition to
LIQUID origin Monday night Mr. Ray was Htark __.: .. ......_......,.J$ 1 23 A. H. Qreen-_..._?... I2.U
The first requisite Is accomplished Out of the lesson's of the last few
GOLD/ la Ft. Worth. at the Urn*. Lots a. 7 nf Blk II, T.m.pl. .
24000 WILL(A3tf MtltUB visiting The second 1 I. la .process, Bank) years has coma experience that will *'. Addition to Mtarke.21 23 C. A. Fulcra and ,

WUAU.V IN UARCN FOR credits will Increase and money will b* valuable to the banker and to bie.0DlmuD.t Joe HUtrunk) ......_.. ..*.
OIL
AMO DOUBLE RUN to work soon business men ,.. H wonted onto 5, 14 of Blk 24. Templ .
as as can b*
GA go f 33
Addition to Htark3 Warren Perkins
..._... ....
!. BLUE SKIESTN M... tm..,.'BrawW; C__.....i. get over their disinclination to borrow show a proper appreciation of his Lot I. S. Bile 4. ,' > 1
*, > MIU MM and ella will be when they .begin responsibilities and obligations and! J. <1. IJ.r.o: Additionto
IS MUIVC*CAIMCO Fred Bryan of Olustee spent the I to see profits within their reach to take his place among those who Htark __.________.2, < 23 .1..1. Sullen-----P.U
BY ILECTROK ITMM Im week-end ben with his ,parents Com 1I7H ft n of NE Cor. ,., .
In past depressions the real movement are making lamest and uasslflsh effort of Broadway Hoy "
FIOMTI UNaiA4tiAII Mr. and lira B.,. L. Bryan.Mr. of tbS expansion in bank credit to promote) recovery H* I la not HI* A run K I"a fl. NIna
TO Tag ilOW of AN and Mrs J.v C. Simmons ft. w 101 ft, Se6
'X-RAY Yuu. pent Tuesday night with her pkr baa always cam after general business Infallible, but with every power that ft to Bag. ,. ..21 S 22 W4. B, Daugberty.Lot .:'-" .._ 0.5. t
? I recovery got under way and lies within bin I believe b* may be Con l$JVi ft E of TB! Cor ,
::i.NME ents. Mr. and Mrs. D. A .Judd. not before. Th* somber of good depended span to fulfill his duly a* a of Broadway A Hoyt S1
Mr. and Mrs} Jerry Brantley Ht* on N side of Hoyt 1
credit risks la Increasing dally. Not custodian of the people's money, asa at A I'un'II' 11 ft. 10
spent last week aa guests of her la my tin have) good borrowers dispenser of credit and as a Oodfearldg > tt% ft, 101 ft. W ll<* ',

parents' Mr. and Jr. O. L. Brown. be so warmly welcomed at banks American Cltlssn Imbued ft to Beg___.___.._-..21 1 22 -. W, K. Daogherty.' ...__ 4,41.

ADele Brown of NloevUle spent as 'they are> today. Never before) with a sincere respect and regard Com of III Broadway ft R of A KB Hovt Cor

$ MOMES OCSTMYEOCACTIM the week-end here with his parents feat tier been such competition for tor th. common good. fits on N .Me ot' HoytsearunNlOeft
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brown BI3H
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a Now N MA. ',N CM Msraorto HAaaoaeD sw aMMtasHINS waeearti) i were Mr.the and Sunday Mrs. L afternoon Kersey' of Rising guest J DON,! MISS "THE BIBLE IN 'PICTURES" tar 1355.,__ft..,.,-..21 1 23 Mrs Can C, Lewi,..,. ILS$ '


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". I I.; PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY .I'L"1 3.. IBI
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Mrs. Dobrow HonoredAt lIIG1 AND Conveyor ,belts are used to load PRISON FARM FI --';

New Smyrna Party ... ....... phosphate from bins on land into WEST PALM BEACH_1
,
.t
TOO LATE' ,!If. 1D'1 Cr.tva 'ships anchored a quarter of a mile ered after it had "*'

fJ 'Th..tOllowlng article taken from Cecil and Clarence' Parker re- off shore at Nauru and Ocean Islands able headway, a fire gained at Gossip,

,SocicttlJ Monday's issue of theNew, Smyrna [ TO CLASSIFYBr turned Saturday from"spending a in the South Pacific! ; tIn od. 'arm No. 2, at Belle State Ph 3

I Dally News,. will be of Interest; to week with relatives and friends at Us. Gently, destroyed two bUUdJD Glade,
Starke friends of Mrs. Dobrow;: nilKSKltl. KAYMrervtary Gainesville. a loss *,
, I" Vlfwtim Prtum.. Amut. the Silver Lake basin of Ore > estimated by Supt, A.,
"Honoring her week-end guest, Little Miss Esther Crews returned gon relics have been found of Richardson of about J40000. I i
Mrs. William Dobrow of Starke, to her home at Raiford Sat; twenty-two' different types of surance partly covered the J'
Woman's Club Benefit Miss Canova In PartyOn ; Miss Frank Hofrelter entertained CHICAGO; Honest there ought urday after spending' the past mammals of tire plesltocene period. age It was said.. "

'Party A' Success Western Trip Informally Saturday night In the to be a Jaw against sendin a guy week hare with Miss Kathleen Bar I
home of her'sister Mrs. EL J. Wil- .
to the World's'.Fair and expecting,
,0, I Seventy-tour t oS pl pluyers A party of composed of Miss 1rti .Louise.Mary cox. New Smyrna Beach. Mrs. him to gather jda.wits, while here: dee.Mrs. W. A. Bessent, Jr., Mrs. -
Catova Starke
!i\a 'enjoyed the lovely party sponsored Dobrow is the former Miss Lillian sufficiently.; ,to write a connected. ; Ray Newsom, Mrs. N. T. Green
J and Miss Laurie Hampton
by the finance department of theWoman's Bryant Jacobs of this city and guests on yarn. It'just, ran'* be done. and children of Starke were visitor Mrs. Gertriide Godbey Kinlaw Florist
of Ocala, and Miss AggtsBushJohnsen
' ry:J : Club 'in the club buildingFriday : of left Satur this delightful occasion included I was up here. teat year yow remember here Thursday. ,

evening. Hawthorne. members of the graduating class and I thought rd seen the school opened here FLOWERS : FOR ALL
Highland ,
motor for Pensacola wbtrethey r
,
day by OCCASIONS
of 1928 New !
baskets oft Smyrna High School
fJ!, palm, with bowls and spent the week-end with Miss Fair but theVve. made so many Monday morning for an eight
summer flowers,.were arrayed In and a few other friends., changes and,improvements that I Con
t, Jessie Baldwin who was a recent months term with :Miss: Flora Dainty Corsages Baskets of Flowers
, the nun room and auditorium to guest of Miss Canova at her borne 'special, entertainment 'program hardly, recognized ,it-. oly of Green Cove Springs, prin, ,

,!),' provide a charming' 'background, OB Walnut Street. The party; accompanied 'had been arranged jot the In' company .with a group ;of cipal. Artistic Floral Designs
; ,-' ;fpr''the guests; :: by :Miss Baldwin"'left party, and tbe guests enjoyed a Florida newshawks. I arrived here Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 'Wimberly

'G'I\ 'rlMr'D.|'V Carpenter, the chair Pensacola Monday for an extended merry time, talking over former last Monday Good, old George and Miss: Freddy Wimberly visited TELEGRAPH'' FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Time

,,'. vnanr Qf,"flDlUlf, was assisted In western trip to California, which school days and other activities. Clement and head-man Earl relatives here Thursday.. Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association,

,io :, .fecefvipgtb.'guests by Mrs. O. L. will include New Orleans Lao New Home made'candy ,was passed Brown gave us a band of welcome Mr.-and Mrs. M. L. Crews of the 'A Guaranteed and Bonded Service

'. 'BeaaJay, Miss'Louise Smith Mrs. Mexico, and other places of Import throughout the evening and at the that would make a king's receptionlook State Farm were visiting relatives

I*: vVTrilofT,.jMrs.' T. T. Long, ance and scenic beauty to travelers close of the party tempting *e-. like a flop. I here Saturday.Mr. 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No. 40

;1: 'Mr. J..E.:; ''Wilson and Mrs. Edward along the route. They-expect to freshments of congealed salad, (tWe have been wined and dined, and Mrs. :M.: C. Carter were ST'ARKE
; \ Burn saltines, cheese chips and iced tea visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. FLORIDAWhite
;.j arrive in Pasedena Saturday, 'July escorted and fussed over like we
I1#s The prizes: were awarded according 21, where they will be guests of were .etvd"l.Th9 I''e; enjoying this.charrnd4g.parYY.y'Prei. were a flock of diplomats. While and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly

to' Ct UpI. ,Those winning Mr. and Mrs. Ira R. Corn I Mrs : ;i. we've only been here four days we and Miss Patty Wimberly visited

''{, prizes were,; Group 1, ladles' high' ,Corn being pleasantly remembered "Mrs. William Pobrow, the honor I have seen more, 'than the average Starke Sunday.

Mrs. H. H. Young, end table; here as Miss Marguerite Bhrlver of guest, Mrs., E. :J. Wilcox :Miss Hal-' person sees in a life time. Little, Miss Oleeta Green of House OUR OWN BLEXD
cigarette case. will alllo' lie Vaughn, Miss Gertrude Kar.rer: Starke arrived to spend
:;t. men's, Ellery Davis Brooker. They eojoy a Our first stop.-ot; course, was at Sunday
., Mrs. D. C., Ca- Miss Alice Karrer, .MII.. time here with her grand-
"" Group II. ladies high visit In Hollywood with Miss Dorothy the Florida ExhiBlt and rm tellln some EVAPORATEDMILK India Ceylon

.Forehand, crystal and silver cream nova's cousin, Mrs. Taylor Belcher Furen, Mrs. G. E. Earnhardt' Miss you it is a wow I didn't see how mother, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Sr ;
and bowl men's. Mr. Hazel Wright Miss Katherine Nor- N. T. Green and children
pry pitcher sugar ; formerly of Garrlaon-On-Hudson, they could Improve on last year's.but Mrs.
T. T. Long, book ends Group in New York, who Is the daughter of ,man and the bosteas...MIs.:'Frank, I'm' a' grandfather's clock ,if and Miss Freddy Wimberly spent TEA

ladles' high, Miss Mina Manu, Mrs. James L., Frazee-of .Starke, Hofrelter." they haven't done so. Sunday here with relatives. ,
crocheted hand bag'; men's, visit and Mrs. L J.- Norman'vis-
?( red and In Los Angeles they wlll i The' main exhibit Is a knockout :Mr. Accepted'By'The' Serve
Charlie Darby, theatre tickets. with another cousin of ;Miss .Ca- No other state can touch; it. Personally ited relatives in Lawtey section American Medical It Iced
Group XV Mrs. Woodfin Halle nova, Miss Viola Canova who..with Celebrates Eighty-Second Sunday.E. to
A Foods l4 s
1 I think California on 1-LbPliji
cornea -
'POwder jar.. Group V. Gratton her parents. has been a resident Of Birthda Y .A.........h.a........-....Yon nearest, but aren't closeenough M. Gnann left Saturday for a yz LbPkg
they even
(' Cooper theatre tickets. Group VI Los Angeles for several years, and Wednesday July 4, a.,large to see our dust visit! with relatives in Tampa. 3 Tall Cans 17 NEREECONOMTRUL' 19c 35c

ladles' high' Mrs. Sam Anderson, will visit other placesof InterestIn groupof friends and relatives "Florida gets about three times Ellis Starling made a business
compact; men's, Charlie each member of the to Starke .
California,
green trip Saturday.Miss
gathered at the home,of Mr. (,and the play of any other state exhibit
'
VII
Johns pressing ticket. Group relatives In that Eloise Hardee returned '
tq party having Mrs. H. D. Wasdin of.Graham In on the grounds and Is presentingthe I LUCKY STRIKE. CAMEL, CHESTERFIELD, OLD GOLD
+ Jadles high,Rosalyn Jacobs, blue from a visit with M. L.
state. Saturday
celebration of tile state's charms and
eighty-second advantagesto
hand bag tickets.; men's, Billy Graham, These young ladles plan to make birthday anniversary of Mr. Was-+ millions who wilt eventually Crews and family at Florida State CIGARETTES Per Ctn. $1.15

r. ,theatre the return trip home by way 'of din's brother Thomas Wasola also come to Florida to invest and Farm.

a Draw prizes, were awarded'as' Canada. In Chicago they expectto of Graham. make their home.If Mr; and Mrs. Louis Crews and ,
follows i Ladles, Miss Bunnie Car .pen da''''week taking in the you take all 'the advertising son of Macclenny spent the week-
arrived''early the
In
tea coasters; men's, 8. R. The guests end with Mr. and Mrs. Wil, GRANDMOTHER'S
nova; Ice ; sights at the Century of Progress Florida has done In the and George
past
morning' and the entire day' was Fresh, Plain or Sliced 14-Ozr 18-Oz. ,24-Gi.
Johns, Jr., theatre tickets; perma- and from there will kinson.
Exposition go In conversation and roll it up In a ball It ..till'won'tstack
nent,wave. Mrs.$ R. Johns The York where they will spent greetingold Miss Maggie Crews and Miss
to New City
I up with what has been, and
the
friends; One of
guests
awarded the who bid Hardee visited relativesin BREAD 6c 8c lOc
prices coyples spend some time as guests of Is being accomplished by this ex- Kathleen
and made the, first, trend slam friends. expect to return present was another brother David Starke Saturday0 :a: '
They iseighty hibit end don't let'ay Chamber of
went to Mr.,,U.H., Young and El- home about Oct. 1. Wasdia of Wlmokur' Ga.bad, who been Commerce secretary or so-called Mr., and Mrs. George) Wilkinson Finest Dried. GREAT NORTHERN or NAVY

lery Davis., This group of young Sigma Kappa away for years old.yearsu"At who: publicity bound tell<<: you otherwlle.Florlda's and Mrs. Louis Crews visited- relatives -
served delicious forty at Lawtey Sunday. BEANS Pounds 9c
'The hostesses sisters, met two yews' ago while participation at'he, .
sandwiches r and Iced tea at the the noon hour, a,long table '
Florida State of last
attending school at Century Progress year
close of &DIe. was arranged,ln,the ;yard ;under I RISING TENDER GRZEVPE'AS"
) the & College for Women Tallahassee/ brought more people to ,Florida ,
I the oak trees where a boun-
The members.of,the finance department I and since that time have been together tiful large of good things to eat than all other,. dvertislng com- I ..... H. M. MrHt C.rr......*e.t '
supply
of the club appreciatethe I on several Joule parties |,pined and It will do as much for opene'd 3No.2Cans 29c
$ ? here Monday with
was enjoyed ;; School
co-operation given them and and have often visited each other, us again this year. I

*rjsb/ to thank: every one who .and their.. congeniality promises a: Those present tot this happy r occasion 'I stood In r,the, Florida Exoitlc good attendance, with Mrs. Agars 8 O'CLOCK, Mild Mello, PURE SANTOS

heHpe4 tVmake this so delightful most f payable l trip for? them I ,were( : Gardens, ,which adjoin the main Knowles and Miss Ruth*-. Williamsas '

9 -.Rq affair.! V .. -.. -H,-_ ? .' Mr.. and Mrs C,B. Roberta, Mr, building, and watched the folks H.teachers.M. McRae visited the bedside COFFEE Per Pound 19c
Notice and Mrs. Cbesley Fogg and children walk through with their eyes popping
Q E. s. ,
I of W. :M. Oliver who Is ill at his
I Mr.' and Mrs. H, M. Wasdin out, and their,,tongues more
The meeting of the home in Pine Level section, Sunday r
'regular
and children. Mrs. Syrenthla Wilson than'waggln'. I'm..telJlnc you It SULTANA BRANDPEANUT *
ANN PAGE, PURE
of Eastern
t Starke Chapter, Order of Graham: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. leaves all .visitor simply agog. afternoon.
THEATRE will be held Monday night at :Miss Elnor Connor of Gum
RITZ Star Roberts and Mr. and,.Mrs. R. ,.A. .The.folks they're got up here on GRAPE
the chapter room'at 8:00 o'clock. Branch was a dinner guest of Miss >
Thomas of Starke; Mr..and Mrs. this job are the,Biggest gluttons '
BTARKB> At this Urn the chapter will be Veralee Lewis Sunday. .
VJOED4.. W. T Wasdin and children Mr, for work I ever MW. They put In
BUTTER
//J ... '. honored with""a visit"from the Mrs: H. M. McRae visited the JELLY
and. Mrs Eddie Wasdin and little about.fourteen bqurs a day and\ are
.. grand matron worthy bedside
Iii '
MATINEE daughter, Mr. and )fr.. Wilbert talking Florida thousands.Just 1-Lb. Jar =.Lb. Jar i ,
Rickard of Miami, who will '" Gill In Starke 'Mofl.day. ,
Hospital
Sunday, Wednesday eye the -
'Ii: Saturday Gunter, of ,Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. to find but what It was like
'IG P. M. make her official visit to the chapter ., ., 13c 23c 2 c 16-Oz. Jars 35STOKELEY'S
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Setb '
;ip ... "t Leroy .Wasdin of PalaUaj: .; IJtrled pta din' a} thejnformatlondes'k' -
at that time. $ and daughters; .
JW.
p ; Buddlngton ,
Butler X"T.I nswe1rkV '
rt a'na
Roberts Of Lake and
questions. Boy;
"VLY IS the 1a8t to ,,
44 .:' FRIDA ; This meeting will be Gwendolyn and Ernestine, returned
I Wasdin of Wlmokur,.Ga. from the amount of Interest these
"Murde: At TheVanities" be held until fall, and all membersare I.. home Thursday after spending? a .TENDER WHITE
c. visitors are showing in real estate,
& urged to be present. few days with relatives at Sanford. CORN No. 2 Can lOc
water front
small farms, ,
,. groves .
'i i Ladies Auxiliary Meets Mr and Mrs. W. D. McRae and
,
,
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homes and the like I wouldn't be a COLD STREAM .
I ''Carl BrlMon Victor MeLaglen.! CARD OF THANKS II Wfth'Mrs.Mitchell ..* bit surprised to. see another boom daughter, Hester:, Mrs. E. E., Phil-i PINK SALMON Tall Can 12c

"r ,lack Oakle, KltUe Carlisle, and We wish to thank our1' neighbors a darn sight sooner than a lot of Ups and little daughter, Barbara,
and friends for the kindness. and L Mrs. Jamet M.JUitche< ,eat r. all of Palmetto, '
Puke Ellington and His Band. 'US: "baV It. and R. OO-.Jonel: DEL MONTE FANCYSPINACH
.,been expeotln'
sympathy' shown us during1'' thesickness ; i talned members of the Ladle. *AIM+ The type of folks making. these spent a" few days here with rela- 2 No. 2 Cans 25c
14 and death of husband of the Presbyterian Church '
T SATURDAY, JULY our Illary tives last week. .
of
t. high-class. A lot
are
and father Tuesday afternoon/,t'c00 o'clockt inquiries Miss Audrey McRae was visiting ENCORE _
'PHANTOMTHUNDERBOLT 'what want and
them know they
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MRS. C. A. BIRT > her home. they've got tile money to pay for it. Miss Lois Phillips at StarkeSatur- SPAGHETTI 3 Tall Cans 25c

I | AND FAMILY.: Dr. ''George H, Lowry was the Not one out Of ten, ,that I bad the day afternoon. 25c

MAYNARD principal speaker of. the afternoon pleasure of Ulklng'.to, had been Those of this section who were Asparagus,Tips 2 Picnic ,Cans

s j. r and gave an Interesting talk on In Florida but"mry one of them dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs. T. N.
( For That Hungry In MIs- H. M.
Foreign Norman Wednesday were
it SUNDAY and MONDAY "Rapid Changes wanted to cone: tand Jot of them
,?..JULY 10-16 ... *'"" sions.** A' short business, meeting are plannta&ief; gefaown next win- McRae and famlyiir: ;;and Mrs. F.
:;
\UMuT'PRECIOUSp"HING! Feeling followed after "Wb'lcb"the! members ter. M. White, and Mr7 and Mr. and' FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLESLARGE

BARBECUE enjoyed a social hour when they toe to Mr.. B. M. McRae jaf Pine Level.- .
BEEF There' just ao my tryln'
+ LIFE" invited into the room and Mrs. H. H..Thomas and
ti IN were refrashmentl dining tell -You, the whole story in one Mr, CELERY ___-_______________Stalk 15c

Jean Arthur,*Donald Cook. PORK BARBECUE, and served delicious. X J: column. It can't be done, so we'll children spent Wednesday with Mr. ORANGES ______-________________..:.Dozen 25c
D. Greed ha Heilbronn
hostess.p and Mrs. N.
Richard Cromwell by the '""j J ban, anotherchapter, \ next week. c FRESH CARROTS Bunch 10e
Chicken Salad Sandwich section. or BEETS____;.._Per
.. .. "V
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY i raEti'tertainsk Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman and RHUBARB -:: ----________:Li.;.__._Per Pound 10e

JULY 11-18 AtHALL'S Y. P. U.members TWo"same! : deck elevators running alternate in children, Vanlce Keene and Eldon FRESH CABBAGE ______________Per"Pound 3Vze
the 'shaft -serve
;t Gum and Miss LEMONS _.-.______Per Dozen 19c and 23c
"Come On Marines" 'PLACE The Junior B. Y. P, U.' floors of one of New York's tallest Sapp: all of Branch ---:<-

were entertained last Thursday office buildings.SUNDAY. Essie Woodle and brother, Luther CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE____Head lOc
Richard Arlen Ida Luplno Near Seaboard Depot Jusnlta and Sara Barefoot .Woodle of Sandy Lane were pleasant FRESH GRAPES lOc
evening by ____________-: -_Per Pound
at their home on Call Street. 'visitors at the home of H. M. FRESH TOMATOES _____*________Per Pound lYit
1 where quantities of alDDla.attrac.t.tvely DINNERSUGGESTIONS McRae Saturday evening. _
,
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,
arranged formed the decorations Miss Carrie Alvarez of Pine- BANANAS.4 Pounds For 15c

for tbe living and dining 'Land section: spent Saturday night.

rooms where the young folks were with Miss Vesta McRae.

entertained. Bj ANN.FAQ Mr: and Mrs L. A. Crosby were ''QUAKER MAID ,

I .Canova ,Pharmacy( Contests and games were en'- ; dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs, F. CHILI SAUCE Bottle.ISc,
.
cold
__ and
I. Tin ,
which tne".:Mile hosV bring M. White Sunday.
joyed afte* : \,; weather'U to result In QUAKER, MAID.BAKING .
assisted by their mother, fresh ash Fair J. D. Buddlngton and daughters,
STARKE FLORIDA eases, a real shortage e( POWDER 4-Oz.Can 5c
$ ).{,re.:P. M. Barefoot;""nerved re euaadtles of haddock fillets and c4 Gwendolyn and Ernestine and Mrs. c .. ,
freshments I of ice cream and cake. steaks treat the Atlantic and of halibut HM. McRa were visiting Mr. add DOG'FOOD ,

:_' 60c CAPUDINE __..__...______.. .J a 44c50c About seventeen.members, en, available ud salmon at moderate from prtees.the Paeiae Salt eod-are Mrs.. Alfred Brown In Heilbronn Doggie Dinner ,2 Tall}Cans 15c
---------r 1 f section Thursday.'
IPANA TOOTH PASTE.____________ 3ge Joyed this affair. JjfJ t tBaptistiWwM'Vi'J << te Ash sad flnaaa saddle are also fairly
-t 'of I J. ..iatlfnl. Canned zed IB variety may We are glad to know that Miss I LIFE BUOY SOAP 3 Cakes 20c
SOC CINDERELLA SHOE POLISH______-_-_ be substituted for tiMh Nlta KeUy Is much Improved after '

25e J. &: J. BABY TALCUM______.:...1__.:____lge Woman's-ikisslonary, : Otlce: Union cheap ns as are they free are" *,likely plentiful. to get.an4'WsUa4 ''as- an Illness of several days. RINSO 2'Packages I5c

50c PHILLIP'S MILK OF MAGNESIA_______...... The cheese Is Inexpensive and probably .
Church .'WJl4bold
of the Baptist oders more balanced food value.

'.f 1.00 i BEEF IRON &: WINE-______"'_-..._______ their regular business and program I for tk* money expended, than anyUMe WAKEUPYOURLIVER Rajah & ad' !SUNNYFIELDCORN

60c'' MURlNE EYE WATER_ i-; ;._: .. meeting at the Church Monday afternoon food. Dried pea and beans are
------ ------- be
alee nourishing and they may pun
b$1.00"IRONIZED YEAST _._________________,89c at 3:30: o'clock.' ekastd IB eaas reads to.... U 4........ .
Circle No, 1, with Mrs. E. C.Priest. Fresh venubtoe'-tn. variety arenlMtttnt : BILE- DRESSING
+' 50c YEASTFOAM TABLETS _____...____..3ge ., leader, will have charge. "'ofthe sat mess e. tkeas at* meofsnslie. S
1; 50c RUBBING ALCOHOL- .. The atparagoa eeawm Is Justbgiaskall. F L A: K, E
I'.' : ; ----- program.-. AP I'-o.' bananas traps W1TOUT' Flat Jar Quart. Jar

25e DETOXOL TOOTH PASTED,-,_-___-_ fruit and eraatw are ail attractively CALOMEL .
13c, 23c 8-Oz.: Package 7c
Strawberries,toe. plentiful
> AMBROSIA _____---'___....._ ---....--_.. priest ad eneap.TWOvaker.. are '
.'11.00 25c. BLACK DRAUGHT : :. $7. SCHOOL: OF THE ].wit .wgg sta the fl' And YooH" Jump Oat of Bed to.
1' -------- --- 1 "
'1.00 ELMO CLEANSING* CREAM__:.:-______.._ ."" towtag *l8 meats the Morainf tartar to Gom QUAKER MAID i .

20c i BAYER ASPIRIN ___________________13e25e ,, DANCE Lew Vest Dinner n Id w cad sock sod w wild PORK and BEANS 6FOr 27c
STARKE! FLORIDA Meat Pw Mttr Biseuit; Crust .......pale.dw't..sass a Ian el--.-
;; ; BC POWDER _____?_________?___...:.;._.__1ge Potatoes,Carrots and Onions :*, *r l.a,kYso1Iw..4 s 'Maai ,

,'1.00 WAMPOLE'S COD LIVER OIL..___-.::.__ ",. TAP -J V ALTZ CLOG read)and Butter. .a.**4 UOTMM4MI> YL ta..k.ye.*.....waYkelpYt..a..' FINEST SHORTENING: 1-Lb'Cta.:4-Lh.Ctn.; 1* Cb'
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sOt GROVE'S CHILL TONIC--..:......- ---t_ 3'e75e BUCK o*Coffee Cheeolate PuddingTea Milk ...pw-UM...*a Yaa't_<.atsvco laTin. I._rty._'.... .. 8c; 32c
: SQUIBB MINERAL OIL________-_-____ ._59ck Enroll New-Claaa Lceeooa '....... Cee* .... .to Tb* nor U<.... It tar||M*MT I4 d.e..ad.at._Mt twl ,

l5e: PUTNAM DYE__________:-_-______..:_L..J,.Qo25c START MONDAY JULY It ChI II.. VMeauM With Dumplings =. thto l.rWM.a.Ie BM We.Sfas- ...,on.ItMly WnU,yaw dmlly.II ...... BRANQ, Red Ripe,.FouPa k '

: KOTEX ____ __________.......;,.. ':..___...: Make Yourself Popular Potato Bread and Putter Green Peas 0.aa.'t. ..............I._.isot_Sow.Ia T w_. -se.L!. I5e

1 .... Btrawborry Tarts -. kad t..M ..doYk wtb lit foul.. JOTOS. 2 Noe 2 Cans
1,1.1.20.SYRUP) PEPSIN -______.. .._ -9SC'N LEARN TO DANCE" Coftfe Milk .kla.ilso b/sod out Is le'ant'--Yr' ..... _. ,
-....... _....
4 GALLON THERMOS JYG8..r.HYH..; "" 1.39n,3 ,,, ,_ I.arUBJ: ,-', 'I Yary. aleefal. :1' =;...... (." ..... "" .{ FINEST PURE CRBAMEKY.-,1 ,

.': SLOAN'S LINIMENT >______, .. ;..'2 ef35e A ,PROFESSIONAL DANCER A Fruit Cocktail I. t.k.e ......fluent..g .le\ atltga'y. SILVER QOK.Prbat: or' AA.JI'anq''J'ab'I I
UTTUI LIYKI\ '
tat
h 'WHITBTS CREAM OF VERMIFUGE.___.__29cl Addrss.', .Oslwy Bastes .._e. .... ( ..d __ _tae
ae.T \ :
r' Beast Lamb FaMiw;Potatoes .... -. .... riououly- -.s" BUTTER Pound .2k!
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k de
Friday and ,Saturday- Cash Only J. J. WILLIAMS' ,Lettuce Carrots Roquefort and Peas Dr..etngItofs I,. It_m ................. w.r.l.Na ,e.. .. -
: nut dso'twk/trU..r.Ula Aak....
6TABXE..ITLORIDA, and Butter 141N4MrPUl... ...._C-'I ,.THE ATL
qtr GREAT COMPANl"
:"-. J.iorIIe W-Plec M tM. out ....... .. INTIGPACIFIC. TEA',

,." .!.:1'., SSSa *e, y.1.lk/tuMeNia.. ......... ..M1te.. .\+.1/11tM.Gw" ,;,. t '
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'", JULY IS, ]9M )
FRro.\ __ BRADPYbin COUNTY TELEGRAPH: ,
STARVE FLORIDA
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.. Miss Lucy Doyle has returned to ;.:r. and,,Mrs. W. H,' Stnith and Mrs (X t* Haynes. ;Miss Georgia Mr. and Mrs, Tate Powell, Sr., M;". and Mrn. R. L, Kemp re- ,l
00 her'home"to'.Green1 Cove Sprfnf* family have1'' moved but to'' I
their Kathryn Haynes and 0, L. Haynes, and :Mr. and Idr4Tate. Powell Jr., turned last
let after- ,a, several days' visit herewith Thursday from'a two
summer pottage at Lake
Kingsley ; Jr., left Wednesday' for Fairburn, Macctenny: ) were'lsitorp to
Bits oi ,11-e..rl".I'lrtei,,, 5;, ,Miss Georgia wh thcy/wJM spend the remain Ga:', where' they 'will' visit Mrs. Starke Friday andywhue' / here were w4 oekJ' vacatEUla whicb'thpyspentat
'
Doyle?, ; der of the summer. Haynes' mother. :Mrs: R. P. 'Mc- callers at the .Telegraph office,. Bartow Clveldo ''and Daytona

.' Lflrln.' : MK Powell Sr., assisted by his son, Beach with relatives Mr. Kemp,
Mrs. Maude Estes'has returned 1'JiA.: H. Johns has as a guest are editors of the Baker County who is manager of the Western
I eal Ne to her home in Waldo after upend her sister Mr ". W. W. Underhill, Miss Alice Fernandez who Is attending Hress., Union was relieved by Kenneth
ing the past three weeks bere at and little daughter; of Wauchula summer school at the' -.' Prutsman a former Starke resident
L CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND the Smith.home of Mr., and Mra.; l..> F. and her nlece little Arthur Marl State College for Women in Tallahassee M,,... Harold C. Wallis In St. Petersburg who for the next two weeks,
Henderson, .of Jasper, : ,. spent the:'week-end here enJoying a two weeks' will be at Willlston as a relief.
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN 'I with her mother; )tfrs. R. S. Fer- visit wtttt: her parents, Mf. and
Mr. and Mrs. J.'J... Colaon o*, M.-- G. Dennis ot: Fir'd', White is naades. )nwC.', T. Dutton while Mr. WallIs
t Lake ,Butler and .W. J. Colson (If'' here for" a tw61weeki' visit with.ls'soninlaw'apd : r I
L- Pahokee pent. Sunday Starke daughter, )(r. Mrs,J, C, Poppell of Plant ,CJty j tMatfrice G. Langford of Gainesville -
.Mrs _>. 'C. KhL1 w'*pnt Satur- Miss .Martha, Brownlee how returned with Mr .. 'Coloon'a father,. J. H.. and Mrs.'E. C.'Prlert,at their.residence -' and her little granddaughter Jennie. 'Was a visitor to Starke Saturday ,I see by the papers .that .our
Waldo. from, Alachua, where she Poppell. on Call Street, Lu Reale of White Springs, have' : much knocked Governor Isn't doing ,
,daY In Visited Mlrn Martha Hague, been guests of Mr1 and Mrs, Warren so bad after all. 'According': to:.the ,

of Lawtey was astor ." 'Miss Pearl Campbell was In Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Perkins and :J.tH.,.Poppell for' Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs; Mrs. Com p t roller ... 4,* *R
J. S. Norman Mrs. L. Starke Tuesday visiting Miss Myrtle daughter. Mary and 'Madge, and several days'! William Dobrow and Mrs. H. C. statement o f
f here Friday.ur A. Johns and Mrs. L. H. Reddish en route to her: home to Col. and Mrs. J; E. Putch were in I II Rltch-! 'spent the week-end New June 30. prac
Futch of: Hampton were 'visitors Alachua from a several days' visit Jacksonville Saturday "visiting' Rev..' 1 .if rs. .William Brooker and'jtttl 'Smyrna. Mrs Dobrow visited Miss tically all' bills
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent here Wednesday afternoon in Miami. and: Mrs U. d 8thh.The daughter' 'ElaIDe,''and C.-.A." Im- Frances' Hofrelter at Coronado have been paid 1

Tuesday in Jacksonville. bach of Green COve Springs spent I Beach and was honored at a party and they have a I
Mrs Charles Larsen of Lakeland Mrs. J..H. Ritch and family are Woman's Missionary Society Sunday'in Stsrke'with' Mr. and given Saturday night by Miss Hof- balance of 9300
I jl. w. Mann of Lake Butler was ,spent several days recently with spending: awbUe at Klngsley Lake of the Methodist Church.wUl M....'ch rle. Imbach at their home relt r.i. 000 In the treas t '
visitor to Starke Friday. ,her slater !Ira. D. B.Knight. at the Peek place.. Mrs. Rltch has I meet Monday afternoon at'4:00: I on CJhorch.Street .' I ury. The same '
as her guest :Mrs. Emily FbBtps'' o'clock at the church. Devotional! '. ''Miss'Hazel' ...Adklns who Is at- time last year .
W.r E. Rjyannt+ was a business MIsses Flora and Bobble Connelly Lakeland. and business meeting. 'New refHgeators''for'the'hot' tending summer school at the State they owed about '
visitor to Jacksonville Thursday.Miss .. of Green Cove Springs were visitors weather, at Denmark'...'Furniture College for Women Tallahassee, a half million
here Saturday afternoon; Mr. and Mrs. W.,T. Shiver and I Mrs. W. H. Perkins and'daughter -i St e.: '. spent; the'week-end with her parents dollars and had .
Ellen Wiggins of Keystone little daughter.Betty Ann, of Jacksonville Miss Eunice, have returned I ,Y :r 'Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, $38T... In the
Heights was a visitor here:a Satur Mrs. Hogan'Smith and :Miss Do- spent the week-end in home from a week's visit in Thom .Miss Ruth; David of Quincy, who who have recently: moved out to treasury.I've .
shla Smith of Sampson were visitors Starke with Mrs. -Shiver's father, asyille( Ga"wUhMrs. Perkins' sis.' has'I been nJoying I a visit withfriends' their cottage at Kinsley Lake got my eye on that tellow,
day. S* here: Wednesday afternoon. L. V. Moore. ter, Mrs. .J. B. DJckey/ at Ocala, will arrive Satur- for the summer' and if he ever 'gets out'' of a Job
...
--- day for visit with Mr. and Mrs. I him offer to '
a I'm going to make an
W. B. : Jr.
Mr, and Mrs. Jacksonville ilundy Mr. and Mrs E..T. Stewart and Little Miss Oleeta Green,daughter Ellae!: and ,Bdwln Creen.daugh- William Norris at their home on Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned home come down and run my business. '
jpent' Sunday .at Mrs. R. P. Lewis of Brooker were : of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green is ter and son of Mr.: and Mrs. I,,D.' South Walnut Street. ,Monday from a two weeks' stay at k
Beach ,visitors here Saturday afternoon In Highland attending school sad islocated Green returned Monday from a Brevard.sN. C., with her daughter,
:Mrs: G. W. Mozo and Mrs C. W. LA1HKS': TWO-PIECE
with her grandmother Mrs. visit In Mayo with their grandmother Mrs. 'Thelma E. Johns, who Is
Sinclair Bryan of Raifora was m Mr.Laura Powell has returned H. C. Wimbcrly.; ,.Mrs.:L. A..Dees.,. Liddon of Jacksonville spent Sun. pending 'the remainder of the WASH DRESSES
business visitor'here Thursday" .afternoon -; borne from a month'svisit. : In Bald day In Starke with Mr. and Mra. summer'there with her daughter,
win and Jacksonville with relatives. Miss Dorothy .Sapp .ia employed Owen W. Grlffi< and mother, E. S. Matthews. Mrs. Liddon remained -Olqrla-;" In the office of Clark, of the CourtA. Mrs. 0.A'QrlHm, of St Augustine: I over for a several day':.' camp near Brevard. u
: G. Kirk Lewis of Apopka spentthe J- Thomas .for1' several days spent the Fourth In Starke with 'I'visit at the Matthews home on 1y,
week-end to: {Starke' wtthfriends. Mr and Mrs. Charley Johns: nad while J. R. Kelly is away on a.two Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Btfgs at!,tbe t Walnut Street. Mr. and'Mrs.'' Barney E. McRae I SPECIAL I r''

as their guest Sunday, 'Me. JOhns" I weeks' vacation. residence on Walnut Street.,' I' i1'1Mies.." I Martha Brownlee, I celebrated and children of the State Farm TENNIS SHOES ,
mother Mrs. -A; 3i.. .ettilt of AJa- were visitors to Starke Saturday
BOYS'
MEN'S AND
her birthday last Thursdayby p79c
y Inman Harrison of 'Woi'thtagton chua. Save step with a new kitchen :Mr'and MI'.. .James! L.,wto:spent giving a dinner party to a number afternoon Mr. McRae who Is employed I .J.JI
.cabinet, :at Dnnmank's! Furniture the week-end at Lake
Springs was a business: : visitor here Klngaley of her friends. At the close of In the bookkeeping department
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Bernlce'.Johnson Store. with Mr. and Mars, D. L. Silcox and the course dinner the hostess cut of the Prison Farm Is on a -r
i { I will spend this week-end in .Sur fsjnijy:! .who are enjoying) :a .two the large birthday-cake which was ten days' vacation and he with his I
I Ga, With relatives of Mr, Mr. and Mrs. F, A. Canova and weeks' at Wall JUNES
J Mr. and 2Jtrs> .A. "B.' Shaw of rency stay the cottage. served with,Ice cream. family left Monday for Pensacola '
Gainesville were visitors to:Starke Johnson.; little I piursday f J. Canova.pf; lalnesville.were in -Mrs.. .Nathan' 'N. Trevatt and Mr! and Mrs. L. P.. Dees and SPECIAL RICE .
I ,-- Mr. and Mra. Lamar Hale.of St. Starke Sunday,afternoon visiting Mrs. JU.P..Roberts left Monday for daughter Mia Elisabeth, of Raleigh and Mrs. W. P, Smith had as ", ;' '
; Sam T. Dahl of Attending to :business in Starke and Tuesday of :Mr. .and, Mrs.:: ,"W.G the Brooker; School faculty Thursday visiting Mr. Dees' broth- and mother, Mrs. Robert Varnadoe, ,
Thursday. ( 'HaJJe. .Mrs. -Elmr Oateen 'and Mra. .school having opened there Mon er-in-law and sister! ", Mr, and Mra.L and Miss Mary Varnadoe of Savannah is
i _______ ________. Louise Smith and little son Bobby, day. D. Green, en route to Mayo fora Ga They were ;accompanied MEN'S SHIRTSBLUE
I Mr. and:Mrs.!H. D. :Abernathy: of Mrs. Julia H..Bastman, and,Mrs. of Tampa were in Starke Tuesday, visit with his mother, Mrs L.A., back to Savannah by.Mrs,
Graham were visitor '.to ;.Btarke C. H. Driggers of,. Lake Butler visiting at the home .of .Mr and Mr. and Mra. 't.. E. Miner and .Dee. .>d"! F, W. Varnadoe who had spent TAN AND GREEN.
Wednesday. were Tvlsttors to .Statke. .Saturday lira.M.Barefoot.! : daughter M'-'JauUne.' of New I'' some time here with her parents, 59c .
.
V .. afternoozt. Smyrna have bean>en joying-; a'.rfsdt Wesley Stearns, who baa been Mr. and Mrs. Smith at the Smith e
Mr. and Mrs..Andrew.Mullen of, here with Mrs.' .Miner's visiting his aunt, .Mrs. Marla K. 't.
!'Mra. mother
,: C. C. (Cross of Atlanta, Ga., home. \':' Church Street. '
II the guest .barsister,:TMrs..'B. Mrs. D. E. Knight and her guest, Summltt.N. J..arekguests of Mra Mrs. Laura Powell.and other. rela :, Hull, 'at her residence'on Walnut LADIES' FULL FASHION'CDHOSIERY1'!;
E. BrownJee. I Mrs. Charles Larsen of Lakeland, Mullen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. tives. Street has returned to Leesburg.iMr. j MlM'' Edna: Strickland accom-
v "spent A Sew 'days in. Jacksonville !C. O. Searing at their home *m I., Stearns recently' graduatedfrom panted F by Miss Eva Marcott of r
I Mr. and :Mrs. t2. 'Wesley'Larson ,this week. So:* th'WalnutStreet. Mrs. W. L. Andrews and daughter the University of Florida receiving Lake Worth both of whom are students 69c
Miss a'B.3. degree with a major at the of Florida
of Keystone :BetgHta were'vi ltol'8 Christine, anti little son University
here Saturday.; ..J.0.. ..Alvarez,1: Jr., tof :Boaton, Mrs. Nat Sternberg returned Ronald, sand JUm. T.>.C. .Chutatn' In chemistry. Since be maintained summer school, spent the week end
Maaa., to here'.fora'two weeks home last Thursday from a several spent Monday IhXake City vlsltlpg ; better than' a B average for the near Starke with MiN Strickland's IT PAYS TO.,BUY AT'
Living room 'wUta attractively visit with his grandmother:, .Mrs. weeks' visit with relatives in New Mr. and Mrs. L. W.Halbrook. They I four years in college he graduated parents, Mr., and: Mrs. Cassluti. !
priced at Denmark's IFurriltur Lalla .Chase. York City. -Miss.Ruth Steinberg were accompanied: home by Mrs. with honors..'This past school year Strickland., Miss Marcotte U a STERNBERG'SStarke.
accompanied her mother to New Halbrook and"little' son who are, Mr. Stearns became a number of former Starke resident and her x
More, ..,. a, .e. >. tie" .Register. of.Jaa,' ,;e win .a YQrk.'.Clty, ':ilut.remalned..for;;, a rpending the' yirsftk' wlth-T er;rpar-. 3amma Sigma Epsilon honorary.. many friends her were delighted "
: Jonpi',vl.1t.. ents.Mr..anditt! :.A'AdreWil. I chemical fraternity. to eel toer again. Florida
A. G. Shands of 'Green (Cove ,visitor'.to Starke Saturday .after- \ !,. .
noon calling on Congressman Greenat --..- -
Springs was a prominent visitor-to
Starke Friday., his office.
_
'J. W. ''Townsend. of Lake Butler .Mr. and Mrs. J. C..Hoover ..aDd.xr. :Pork,"and.Beans .Can .42c .Peko Tea /j-lb 17c Oat .42-Oz.; Pkg. 1Sc Corned Beef .Can ,15c i'
wag a prominent'Visitorhere: Frl- ..:HIlda!IBelle fence spent Sun-
y afternoon. day in Palatka,with Mr.: .and ..Mrs

'Mrs. FJoyd WlggiJul.' .of .:New H. C. Richard. QKSoap; -____' J5 For lOc 'Camay cSoap..,,,---:!.._-Sc 'DryoBeanaI.: ., Pound Sc Sugar .5 Pounds,: :25cJ;

River was a Visitor to.Starke'Sat Mr. and Mrs. ThomasA..Turner
urday afternoon. and two sons of Wildwood.ue vis- ,

,Mr. and/ :Mrs.:nDdOe! ::XewU: and .Mr lUng.,J.Mr.,O.Turner's Turner.parentsJUr. i: ,1" SNOW, WHEAT 6, Lb., -12 Lb. 24 Lb..

ftlldren Starke of Tuesday.MIssea Brooker. were visitors .Miss .Adellarorbes.ofJackson-' F I Lc- I "RI: or :.

vllle who la attending'Camp.Iznmokalee..epent ; : = 27c 48c '89cOrange
Starke
Rosalind and :Miriam.Ja aunitoy' SNOW DRIFT .
cobs spent the Fourth In Jackson- with Miss Marjorle Stump. : .. : ,

Ule! .with Crfends.
Mr R. Fi Demoreat returned .t11''
Miss Margaret.Xiowryi.haa \toon last week frcm ApojJta where she
'pending the past two weeks jtt had spent a week as a guest of COMPOUND ;,, | ,
-amp Immokalee. Mr. and Mrs.J..C..JUrtdnson. .
LARD) 'r
I. WD6uglasB and Street Dendy Mrs. ..Cecll G. Price .of Quincy Is 'T"fP"T'
ft Alachua were visitors here spending this week here with Mr, 3 Pound._-_____......_ '25c ; \ I ;''f.':! '
fliitfsday afternoon. and Mrs. William Norris at tbeir : ;: i..
"
ome on South Walnut Street.lira. ..
Misses Willie :Mae and Okie Hhv BEST WHITE .

piursday w of Hampton afternoon were visitors here of Ocala. L.have A. Weekly been enjoying and children a visit: BACON! I D ," I : e,

at Kingsley Lake with ber parents. a. !.O' .c

Mrs Tracy W." Baker of Lake Mr, and !rIt..,A*& SVldslaed.. 'Pound ?..:. ________,1-1.2 :! lOc'h
eneva was a visitor to Starke "- ,
rbursday atternOoa.Ilrl. Mrs. Herbert.Durden and JJtUe:
daughter, Betty Jo.,of Madison are r
L. A.Davis has as a guest visiting ber parents, Mr..and Mrs 3Pound.ALL.ioc: i'
er little niece 'Josephine' Perryan J. H. tUtch. at Ktogaley Lake 1' fii4y' and Saturday: J -

an Lakeland Ga. ,. .
Mr.. and Mrs, L,"'A.'Davis, Mra. ...'. "_,, :r "Y

wned Miss Gladys Williams bas re-.!I and W. G.Comer Haile.Pe/ryman'1 Jack Haile motored, Emmett to WHITE MEAT _' ; ,' .tt_ TAWtiCA21S '. AMEJUCAN OIL
from a short visit in Jacknvilie '
.
| wits friends. Lake City Saturday afternoons FISH PINK SILH'OHEach :
-- of TUNA ; I :SARDINES3Can : ., : '
Tampa
'Morgan'
Miss Fenella 'spent the Miss Aline
'eek- nd in Jacksonville Snyder the guest. spent the week-end in Starke with %-Lb. Can __-___, T..15c .**.-..........._:_---... ..;:,_-t-:-,____ ,; _"!.,_ '
p Miss Lillian Garrls. Mr. and Mrs. B.: C. Priest and family '
at their home on Call Street. DEt MONTE OAKDEW'
: ,
Mrs. Cella and family : FRESH :'
envy moved Mnntmna to the Brlnsonome Nothing, .....,....'bameanasde SUGAR PEAS, Tfo.:2 Can 16c Tip Top Market
lee cream tat .ammeff __ Oat
on Walnut Street., your tree .r a* Daamark'. FumlMr Fruit & VegetablesBEAUTIFUL ) ,N

*. A. Raam aid daap_. Miss tur.:811II--: '; ; ) .LIBBY+aT'LrfDpt': BRICK CHILI -.-Pound 25e23c
Frearet, of, OalaeavIO were vlslbr GOLDEN KITE 2 Can I IScKAItLT
to .' sad.Mrs. E. C. Priest, and XVCORNNoi I BREAKFAST SAUSAGE _Found .
Starke
Tuesday; AN AS .4 Pound IScLAROE. ..
and BAN -
daughters.' Misses Pauline .? *. :. .. VEAL CHOPS-_-_______Pound 25c25e
Mr. and Mrs::'T. J. Popperi i and Thelma; and Ml Aim Morganspent JUICY WzB8'J'ZW'b JUTfK' "
children of Lakeland were) Sunday ayPlakoeon 8prbap. t t :"f- BREAKFAST BACON _Pound
( LEMONS JLL Dozent J9cM
J eta last week of JrIr. and Mrs. .- .: ---- PEAS ___:_.,?_JNo. 2 Can IQpfaOOD PICNIC HAMS --i._Pound 17e
I 'rreD E.jperkta: and J.-H. Pop- l(ra O..W.. Lanaar ind 8oa. Phil'Ilp BJAu..u.: .. DZUClO'"C1I! .r t' I! '
.'''ol QUhicT' are ,guertar of'Dr. Pound( lOcAVOCADO'PEARS i CHUCK ROAST -----_:-----.....Pound 18c
k GRAPES ,... ..........
J, Mitchell at, their ------ rE1IfDlCJI. ,?t
MWL.
and'' *
W BEEF
& : ... ....Pound 10
I home on Madison Street this week. V--Each ASCrBKB ': CORN ___ __..No.,0'2 Can lOc SAUSAGE --- --- e a
SMOKED : .Pound.18e
]I ENT A .. : ___.._______ .
iVODB Jesit)i i Morgan rf Fort !: STONE!: .
Ura r SPARE RIBS
ununer : ; -...--_____Pound 12Yc
Pierce: wbp''ls attending .PEACHES,43Pounds. lOc REAL: OOOO P.41 1
I COLUMNI school at the University pf Florida PIC TAILS .. ... P d i
0 U n
--- -- --------
I V I MWS MMSIMMSi SaSBSIIIHSflS* pent the weekend here with rela-. N..l: WKITK OOBBILER'I .* .SAUER KRAUTNo. 2"Can I lye, PORK CHOPS 23
REJTT: lOc I ._______.
-Five-room house on tives. .

.tF w-'Wadfooa'..'lI'Juah.. St ;.Tent-. ''reasonable.. Itp .t Jl'. Sayba lQiLJv." ,,':})asher .5.s/a.o.. ; / .i_... "' '>'Coo' O U .. t" '."' SUCED! ji I t SWISS CHEESE_" _''\> '_______Pound 35c }

) pa.t'weell.'Col'aJKlMrm 'B .i.Ni: ; '::. Pound alOca PINEAhpL' h1or I :" HAMBURGER ..,-...,....,;..-' -,Pound' 15c,
gaedte'tha Can 15cBXSTTABLC ,
2
R ------I.-: -- '''''' ._..:0...,.. ;; .
RENTt"r.1'OOIQ house Dam;, : W: MJTJfontaatf' 'and ;-daah- 'L.t. G... iA il l D" '! ,...' fi""" FRYERS, ,.....--t.--- ---.or n oun cI 2le; ,
IonvenJenUy l'cated.P. P. ;\ ad ,t!atHerlB".of .. .. .. ,. IJ : -
-t,. ters, Betty Jan ...... ,,,..,- ':t IF' -
'II" + !t Sebrinr and..... C W.Denny and .LE & 1& ....,'-Ee .- ..,;...-......:: ;;'Eac n! ;9c : vsfJ

rpEWRITER paper MI: 3BONS carbon daughter Colonel;, Margaret Nollman, of.returned Savannah to CARROTS'or"BEETS.Bun'ch "1OC EACHESNo.::2 Can Sl2Zc Maxwell House COFFEE Lb. 29c' :
and aeccnrl sheet on sale Ga. Y-i ,e ,.P : ,,f ,. : ,, ,'. .A'R'hle
tie Telegraph bfflc. Phone 2 Sebrlnr Tuesday but his family r.-

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PAGE SIX _____________ BRADFORD COUNTY/ TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 13, I,
,Y.
rapid. Sometimes the dressing on GUM BRANCH BROOKER were attending to business and parents. Mr. and Mrs I, R'Cainey i
Jacksonville :Monday They were
fabrics may encourage the growthof Mliw KlUabrth Hamate Cor. :Mb.. V.ra Gainer rorrmpondcnt E. A. and J. P. Hazen Mrs. Gainey accompanied who home .., .
mildew. Liquids such as tea or Gainey spent the first
( milk spilled on fabrics will make a Mrs. W. F. Harnage la pending, BROOKER SCHOOL OPENS were transacting: business in New- this week with them.

[ SECTION good medium. Warm perspiration a while with her son-in-law and School opened here Monday, July bury Monday.E. Mrs. Alma Matthews and ,
r FARMERS fabrics offer very! suitable conditions daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- 9, with a large attendance. Stafford S. Gainey and children of tel'. Betty Jean of Jacksonville daugh.

for attack by bacteria.HAMPTON Crews, a member of the Plant City spent a while here with spending a few days here as tunes are

E Conducted by Demonstration Agents Rae.Those visiting: Mr. and Mrs. T. school board delivered a splendid his mother, Mrs. H. Gainey, Sun- of her mother. Mrs. Alice TholllaJ,

N. Norman, July Fourth were Mr. address. day while en route to Jacksonville. .

l I Minn Aim !ftlmmu' Corr.o...... and Mrs. E. McRaa of Waldo, Mr. The teachers are as follows: H. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and The Trans-Siberlan, Railroad- i
and Mrs. Will McRae and family B. Wiggins, principal; Harmon children of Jacksonville spent partof 10.000 miles long, and u Jj
-
' -- -- HOWARD MOORE HONORED of Palmetto Mr."and Mrs. H. M.I Morgan, G. E. McGauley, Miss last week here as guests of her world's longest N

'ftK Miss Kathryn Weest entertained McRae and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buddlngton, Miss Edna Prevatt,
I Anemic Condition Is at her home last Friday evening in .
'" B. M. McRae and. daughter Gwen- Miss Mildred Morgan and Mrs.Leola
Iw'i RURAL honor of Howard Moore's twenty- ,: Roberts. All the patronsare t
F.M.
Termed The Cause Of first dolyn, and Mr and Mrs THESE Lit
COMMON SENSE birthday. White of Starke. asked to be present next Tues
Many Child Troubles Interesting parlor were to organize a Par- I/ y
games Miss Ella Mae Sapp of this section day afternoon
By SPUDS JOHNSON I enjoyed after which cake and was the dinner guest of Mrs. ent-Teacher Association

GAINESVILLE-Anemia, a lack punch were served. Rosa 'Mae Goodman Sunday. Mid-Summer
,
LOW COSTS AND FREE of red oxygen-carrying: : corpusclesIn Mr. Moore received many beautiful Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Norman and PICNIC
SERVICE AVAILABLE: the blood, is one of the outstanding and useful presents among sons were the guests of Mr, and The Sunday School and B. Y. P.

IN HOME JIPROYEMENT conditions among; Florida children which was an automobile awarded' Mrs.J. S. Sapp Sunday.H. U., enjoyed a picnic at Hampton ''
according Dr. O. D. Ab him By his mother, Mrs D. W. H.. Keene and son, Vanice Beach last Friday evening. The BARGAINSAre 'oSS =
';{ The home, particularly the rural bott, head of the department of Moore. who are working at Glen St. community was invited. A large
h; home, is receiving attention from home economics at the Florida Ex- The participants of this delight Mary's, spent the week-end at their crowd attended, and all reporteda

the highest government officers to periment Station.It ful affair were: Ruth Williams home here. good time.
i" the lowliest residents. The home,, Is not confined to Florida butit Willie Mae Okie and Alberta Hln- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey spent Like Money in Your Pocket
A always the center of the family Is everywhere, she says The son, Annie Collins, Mary Wiggins Friday night'' with Mrs. H. H FLAY TO BE PRESENTEDA
life, is having attention focused test for amenta is the amount of Jessie Mae Denlson. Clifford, Deni- Keene. play "It's Terrible to Be Popular -

I hemoglobin in the blood. Based on son, Marjory Johns, Marshall ) ,r.. Tate Alvarez and childrenwere ," is to be presented in the
character 100 per cent the average count 1s Matchett Woodrow Hinson 'Gordon the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brooker! School auditorium, Friday

i portant, but Just at present its about eighty-five. A count below Weest, Gordon Wadsworth, H. L.' Edwards Saturday.A evening at 8:00: o'clock; admission SPECIALAS
I physical properties are in the lime- seventy indicates anemia. Ninetyper Thornton Johns, Vivian Saxon, Lu- large crowd from here attended lOc and 20c. The proceeds will be
light. The house and the home cent of the children In certain ther Collins, Audrey Turner, Alta the sing at Water Oak Church used for the benefit of the school. LONG A'S THEY
grounds are being eyed with a viewto school districts where! Dr. Abbott Rhames and Howard Moore. Those Wednesday night. Please be present and help the LASTAll
possible improvements. has conducted research are aenmlc, from Starke were Amy Ethel and Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and school. I
many of them seriously so. She Jerry Moore Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Farm were -
; daughter the State
c. The conducted Federal farm housing the early survey has noticed that the younger the Prevatt, Margarlte Prevatt and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix LOCALSWe Bathing Suits___less 25 Per Cent
during children on the the more I
average Weest. to report that
Kathryn Sapp Thursday.Mrs. are very sorry
'4 part of this year, revealed thatmgre I anemia, due to the requirements i had the. misfortune No. 3 Galvanized Wash Tub 95c
than half of the rural homes ... Carrie Browning of Raiford Everette McKlnney ______
of growth. Also much more LOCALS was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. to fall and break his arm
In need of Improvements
of America *
r some are of little consequenceand anemia is children found among In school the work.more Those who enjoyed a fish fry U. Edwarda Friday. while horseback riding Monday aft No. 2 Galvanized Wash Tub__.____85c
backward
others more sizeable. And now Two condtlonhookworm and at Hampton Beach July Fourth There will be Sunday School at ernoon.

the Federal government Is doing malaria-often are associated with were Mr. and mrs A. C. Hall and ''Ith'; home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Brass Mule'Washboards_________75c12Quart
everything in its power to assist anemia she Anemia Is often daughters Misses Clemmie, Myr- every Sunday afternoon at W. T.Weeks, who have been spend-
? rural families to improve their says. tics and Margie, and Mr. and Mrs 3:00: o'clock. ing some time at Kingsley Lake,
r the reason for setubbornness In Galvanized Pail_ 30c
_______
1; homes. Money is being loaned, malaria and weakened childrenare Clyde T. Hall and Angus Hall. There will be prayer meeting at have returned home.
Mrs J. P. Sullivan returned to the of Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
{ 'plans and blueprints are being fur. home Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan and
t an easier to hookworm.
j fished for remodeling and buildIng Severe cases of prey anemia are serious! her home last Sunday after a visit. Norman Friday night. Everybody children of Tampa spent part of 10-Quart Galvanized Pail________25c
i and assistance'la beIng with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Summers welcome to attend. friends and
personal because the heart has to pump fast last week here with
V given by the home demonstration to obtain enough oxygen from the of Lulu. 'There will be a sing at Water relatives. No. 2 Pitcher Pumps_____Each $1.75
Mr. and Mrs. Claud L. May havea Oak every .Wednesday night.
agents blood. Mr. and Mrs..Luther Eubanka of
new ten-pound daughter who arrived Tom Thumb Paint & Enamels lOc
With building materials obtainable The three main causes of nutritional July the Fourth. HUGE SHARK CAUGHT Lake City spent Sunday here with can

'r at reasonable prices and with anemia Dr. Abbott has observed The public school opened here PENSACOLA-Mystery of a friends.
encouragement being lent by the are selection of foods shark 1000 yards Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott were
poor July 9 with the following teachers huge captured, We Are Local Distributors for Alladin
;; government, now la. a splendid time poor cooking practices thai; destroy in charge: Prof. Spondholtz prin- off the town of Foley, Baldwin attending to business in Starke

for Florida farm families to Im- the minerals' and the likes cipal, and E. A. Edwards/, Cleo County Alabama, is being investigated Friday.
; prove their, homes and their home and dislikes of children., Hundredsof Saxon and Mrs. L. H., Futch as by officers of two' states. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowells of Lamps and RepairsBradford

grounds and ,surroundings. Too.' severe cases of anemia have sistants.W. When the stomach of the monsteer Wlcanopy spent Sunday here as I

often In the past rural homes have been corrected by feeding Iron and E. Finley of Lake Butler is was ripped open by fishermen, it guests of her mother. Mrs. Sally -
not been planned for the comforts, copper however it Is much betterto visiting his cousin Coatsle Rlgdon 'yielded a woman's purse a wom- Mott.
A convenience., beauty and health prevent anemia by using diets this week. an's hair and fragments of bone Church services will be held at I

,: values, which they deserve.It rich in these minerals. Mrs. Mettle A. Ward who has of an arm and leg of a human be- the: Baptist Church next Sunday by 6
1s not to spend vast Rev. G. E. McGauley.
necessary Among the foods rich In Iron and been the guest of her daughter, ing. 1 N.
sums In order to obtain improve Miss Margaret Hazen of Gaines.
k- copper are liver, heart, kidney and Mrs. L.' A.< Pringle of Starke, the .
ment In the home and its surround ville is spending a few days here
BOY KILLS MOTHER
1 all red meats, spinach, split peas, past week returned to her home
4 ings. Plans can be evolved which CORAL, GABLES-Because she with her cousin, Miss Grace Hazen.
green beans, tomatoes other green here last Sunday.
''I' result In remarkable Improve.ment and Mrs. B. F. Hazen and
will Mr.
insisted he study English, a subject
vegetables, prunes, apricots Flor- Charles Blrt of Hawthorne attended
at small expense. he failed In the last school: semester children motored to Raiford Sun
ida molasses or syrup fish oysters the funeral of his nephew
Miss Virginia P. Moore, home and egg yolks.To C. A.'But, this week.SANDY ; Har.ry Allen Shay, Jr., 19, last day afternoon.C. .
Improvement specialist with the further aid housewives worrying week admitted Chief D. E. Sox S. Kelley, Paul Stuart and
p t State Home Demonstration' Department about anemia, Dr. Abbott LANE said, he shot and killed his mother. Roy Green were attending to business Hardware
;i in Tallahassee, beadedthe bas offered to check individual The mother Mrs. Shay 40, was fatally in Chlpley part of last week.
farm housing survey In this. menus for those who will send hera HIM Pnllae fir*.... Crmpon
yi states' She has available blueprints list of the amounts of all foods Miss Mildred Saunders,daughter back by a shotgun charge while row, and Joe Douglas motored to

ruse and literature on home Improve- served during a week and the else of Mrs. Annie Sweat, was united in working within a few feet of.the Gainesville and Starke Sunday.Mr. .
mnt In Its She has) a Mrs. C. C. and Company
many phases. of the family. Such lists shouldbe marriage Saturday afternoon garden. tIn and Crosby
number of plans for homes one of sent to Dr. O. D Abbott at the ,Ted Underhill! of Okeechobee City. children and R. G. Crosby and children -
which can be found satisfactory Experiment Station at Gainesville The couple left shortly after the its first year as a seaport due of Yukon spent Wednesday
t4 for nearly every situation. She ceremony for points in South Flor to the dredging of a deep water here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. P.. STARKE FLORIDA
M and the county home demonstration ida where they will make their channel Stockton, Calif., handled A. Crosby. ,
agents In twenty-six counties home. The bride has many friends 309,262 tons of freight. C. C. Melvin and L. R. Gainey
will be glad to assist in planningfor Hints To HousewivesWeekly here who wish them happiness.Mr. .

the erection of better new 1 and Mrs. Ted Underhill
homes or the improvement of old : _
from Home Demonstration Misses Pauline and Josephine I _
'; 'ones, and their services are avail. Greene and Miss Genevieve Saunders MINERAL I -- '- __
tf Florida resl- SpeolaUste, Tallahassee _t_ .
,a jible without cost ? motored to Olustee Saturday .. __
-dents.Miss. _
afternoon.
Moore and the agents are' MILDEW IN TEXTILES Carter and _
Mr. and Mrs. Roy
encouraging the purchase for the _
of
little daughter, Betty Jean
home of certain articles of furniture Mildew is a general term used to Heilbronn spent Saturday night MILLIONS IA
{ which have lasting value.They cover attack by various types bforganisms. with Mrs. Carter's parents Mr. .
: suggest that fewer articlesbe There are some micro- .
and Mrs. E. E. Greene. I.I I.
bought with the money avail Organisms which can live on cellulose Miss Juanita Williams spent partof e, .
able at but that worthwhile and others which
present, can developon last week In Starke the guest of
pieces be produced, instead silk or wool. Miss Lelia Ward
of spreading a little money out a Mildew propagates most freely Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Norris and J

long ways and buying cheap ma- ID damp warm conditions and in Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norris and baby
? terials which will not last long. so doing ,It often destroys the fi. all of Lake City spent Sunday
Perhaps later it will be possible to brew A wool bathing costume left with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Norrls.,
add to the valuable household fur-
wet will decompose rapidly,
Rufus Greene of Brooker returned -
niture. Wool is probably the most readIly home Saturday after aweek's
affected of the common textile here with friends and
visit
tit Goodness is the only Investmentthat fibres and especially if it Is left Inan
relatives. .
never falls.-Thoreau. '
alkaline condition. For this reason
Miss Ida Sweat was visiting, her
wool should not be washed In slater. Mrs. C. Johns of Starke
{
solutions containing much soda, Saturday.Mr. .

and after washing, it should be and Mrs. Earl Thomas spent I'\ FLORI
rinsed very thoroughly and driedas Saturday night with Mrs. Thomas' ',' .- .. DA
quickly as possible. Wet wool, mother, Mrs. Ruby Greene. ,. \ 'yin
If alkaline (however slightly'can) J. A. Harnage of Gum Branch ,I .
be damaged to serious extent If ,
.
"
section
left only overnight In warm weather was In this. E. B. Greene Sunday.Mrs. made a busS r,i\\ .;.i.. SURPRISING to those who think of Florida as the playground of Americais

less; In the acid state' Cotton It Is*very and much linen ness trip to Starke Sunday. ";; ,.., ., .... that this state produces minerals averaging $15.000,000 in value
susceptible. .t>>; "
are of about equal resistance to this Arthur section McRae Thursday.of Rising was In. :::).,'1''>o--W"' } ,t. t ;." annually. Rich: deposits, scarcely touched await the development that must
1\.1\ "
tendering by cellulose destroying Miss. Reba Greene was visiting ,. '" ;',. ., come with incrcaudpopulation: new capital I.investment and expanded markets.
,
bacteria. Silk may develop stains ,," "
Mrs.Emma Harris of Starke Saturday .
due to mildew,but It Is not usually afternoon. j .. .. .
'
r, ha+aoa tendered. Clothing made of cellulose Mrs. Bascom Williams spent .' .,.'..,:. Florida has four metallic,and thirteen non-metallic !minerals in commercial
acetate is resistant to at- .
very with her Mr. and .
tack by micro-organisms.1 For this Mrs.Sunday J. I. Thomas.parents, "., '., quantity and quality: Of these the most important is phosphate, used in

reason It Is very:suitable for use .' : : over half of this country consumption of commercial fertilizer.,,Florida mines

';1lfetbs Sekesa 'alts as Damage underwear by In mildew the tropics Is a serious tarles.Quito Is a city of:many monas- .P..::.. *" 80 per cent of the phosphate'produced in the United States and one-third

a never old/for' less than problem during the whole life of ., .. ,'i' 'of the world supply.

textile product from fibre to worn :"The '
All.Florida ComP.t
+ ;
lOc. buy ,
Yflff now can out fabric. It may attack the fibre '

the SSUIM also and quality during storage, causing loss of mittee-. u a non-parl'aan Other important mineral products !include: I lime, limestone! ;sand,- gravel,

strength or It may attack the finished non pro// organization clays. Fuller earth, kaolin ilmenite. zircon, rutile monazite and peat Fifty
for 5o _JuatdUnk, long cloth, In which case the colo- '
the per cent of this country's Fuller's earth finest
Havana and m irofcorted to des of mildew organisms may /or promotion of : comes from Florida.: The

G l cause small or large spots to Florida welfare at a kaolin, used.for porcelain, and diatomaceous earth applied in dozens of commercial

bacoo) for onlyonaFLOR spread Irregularly over the fabric. whole. Study these uses, is mined here. The peat supply U tremendous, but undeveloped
i Such infected spots may not only
da
be weakened, but the damage to ; t itoeekly announcement a single Everglades fire has wasted enough peat'fuel to'illuminate the city

ephl tth. your the fibres may cause alteration In Kinds carefully that you may o.f Tampa for several years-
liar.'It their dyeing properties, and so even 'Special (
if the tendering U not serious the know Florida and thatfa ,_

1 .LG.YcyuMfs.GM.k.r uneven dyeing properties may of 'I Insuranceol : teller filed to co- Unusual opportunities are offered in the many allied mineral industries
+ ta.wsrk. NJ.a cause considerable loss. In the retail .
store or the ustomera ward- tb,otawoulr ieew_,.... f operale in itt prosperity.: "a U? and will developed if the world/ is informed of the value andavailability

a J.MELBA robe, storage under warm and ... aCorthd by nock km Bat .. of these rich deposits. Capital will be invested payrolls increased.
ie.na.cr ihtn Mt tpml
molstconditiona means that I very cfcraf......lIy erenaI ahintdaa t. fcomes built population doubled and trebled when real
serious risks of damage are taken. g..-tomtiil.leaYe. .. vs f.. our resources'
If textiles are kept normally dry. ,1 : 1UKJWD. .
it ao.afis J
vn to rowrif W r hue'i
: mildew cannot develop, The actual tin S,.ul I- ,_1...... ,. '
seeds (called spores) of mildew are aces foe you ............ 'i
always floating about In the air IM...._..._ .}Let' hum-the' white light of, publicity' : on the limitless resources of

and so Infection cannot be prevented. .- ., ktffraRiDA I .illuminating! the story of out:potential advantages.Ufa unify our efi orU. n
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HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE combine our forces,-weld together interests in advertising
our All Florida
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I'failed to answer after'many h-;;; thing." I laid "God isn't a fool daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs B. That charity which longs to publish Speak little and well If you win. '

of calling upon him Elijah preparedhis What you are about to do Is a F. Hall. itself ceases to be chartty. I to be considered as possesalng 'I\

altar, and poured water on it, foolish thing. Don't tell people Miss Bernice Alford is Hutton. merit 1
then in simple faith he prayed to I that God Is back of that. God is visiting -_. .-- :,\
friends and relatives here.,
God, and "The fire of Jehovah fell, an Intelligent personality." God
Miss Arthamarle Henderson of
and consumed the burnt offering, ,wants us to use good sense, but r.\\
Jasper' Is visiting her uncle and
and the wood, and the stones (of nobody can see the future except
cord a IMP mo mr feet, ni a light t auto my pdk-Ptaln Ufr.lOb.rtI1'f aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sul
j the altar) and licked up the waterIn God: It Is wonderful to trust One
livan.
7
Al the trench. And when the pea who desn't only know the past but M r
?fl lWou teaching doctrine
w Hltrt. creed. II they *r* to have any claim or ple saw It they said, "Jehovah he knows the future. I am glad I N. P. Davis and brother, George ,

RinM the lowe-oliea the the people, In harmony with Is God, Jehovah, he Is God. Then have surrendered my life to Him Davis, were visiting In Jackson tf t.4I .
,teachings Chrlatwho words fit into eve fold and crevice Elijah bade the people seize the who promised'"that If we commitour 'ville Sunday and Monday.
maheart, i and of whom it waa said in John 7:46,"NEVER MANE false prophets of Baal and carry way unto Him and trust in 'I -. I

Pe kIKE TtllS MAN. them to the foot of the mountain I Him that He will bring it to pass. There are lots of complaints that .

of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to usa this dent -'and there they slew them all. --- ,'are catching, but experience is not
festers for new of church activities*'organizations sad annoanc With the land purged of Idolatryand THERESSAMr. one of them.-Hutchlnson.CI .

freely given and no charge made-the only requirement returned to God
the
p Space people MI.. Rhoda ..1&1... 'c..P.."... .KHK1!* RKPOHFStark :
that such Items roach this office before Wednesday morning God la ready to return'to them. ., Florida July 1, 1)114.)
f cannot be handled for current Issue. and Mrs. Cv Sullivan and Report or the Clark of the Circuit
Searles they (See Mal. 3:7): ), so in answer to the Court for Bradford County, Florida r att
prophet's prayer ,rain came in son, Percy, were visiting relativesIn on account of taxes a..ed for the
I
TARKE CHURCH DIRECTOBT II these? Perhaps )little or none at abundance. Providence Sunday. year 1033.C. A. KNinilT. Tax Collector

I, this time but to know that he Ahab hurried to tell the queenall Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Is visiting CtkvatT Proper E NVI EDComplexion
friends and relatives at Vero Beach Tn butane dun June 1... ___ .$.88.IIT
First Baptist Church :served the living God meant everything that Elijah had done. The king By amount collected.-,. ____ lit 4 94
Rev. C. B. Price- Pastor. to the prophet. Though in had been moved by the miracle and Miami. To bulance Pin duo and July 1__.____ 1,95101

| Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.; A. J. the immediate presence of the king which he had witnessed and doubt Mrs. O. A. Thrower and son, Tn halano due June KorfrUiir 1..____*. I,((16J.IIIBy \
Superintendent. less Jezebel to receive the Glenn of, Jacksonville have returned amount collected.------- SIM reTo
ones, and queen he was still more conscious expected balance du. July 1______ 1.168.01

f Homing Worship, 11:00: a.m. of being in the presence of message with wonder at the powerof to their home after a week'svisit Cu...". ItoHd Had Bride Inimitable
B. Y. P. U., 6:45: p.m. I'God. The more conscious one is of God through His servant. Instead with her sister, Mrs. J. J. To balance due June 1 ._?_. 11,105.80 \ Djtr-Kin P." y,

Evening Worship, 8:00 o'clock. 'I standing before God the greaterwill of being moved by the incident Zelgler. To Ry amount balance collertrd.699.66 due July 1._____ .818.n Powder lends to any skin perfection .

| Midweek prayer service, Wednes- I be his courage. To lose consciousness her heart was hardened. She Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and To balance Count, due School Jun. 1.General_ .__. 8.1108.88 \ that withstands the
jay, 8:00 p.m. I of God's abiding presenceis was enraged by the affront to her small daughter of Blue Pond were By amount enllect.d990,90 closest test.
to weaken In faith. religion and the slaughter of her visiting Mrs. Jordan's sister, Mrs To balance due July t ___ 7,697,94t'.ty .
Poll. Pints N.,,,,,,,, r
Methodist Church Baal was the god who ruled over prophets. J. I. Carstensen, Sunday. To balance due June 1. __ _.. IT*.00By R.lnl Finer-softer-absolutely

I Rev B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. I nature according to their belief. Then Jezebel sent a messenger Mrs. M. W. Lee and daughter, To amount balance' co due::.t"t..d-----July 1Total ._.___ 17000 81.,6 pure-it permits a thinner
I Sunday School, 10 a.m. For this rough mountaineer to declare to Elijah saying, "So let the gods Alma and sons Walter and Edward Nnli-llrlinol RranlnrTo powder film which lasts for''
Morning1 worship at 11:00: a.m. that there would be neither do to me and more also if I make ; Mr and :Mrs Marian Phillips balance due June 1. .___ .? 7,409.41 60 with1the t
Hy amount collected MMI.1ITo
hours. scented
I Young People's Meeting:-6:30'M : :dew nor rain except by his word not thy life as one of them by tomorrow and baby W Miami arrived balance due July I.. __n.__ (1,526.211Total Delicately y

was no small reflection on their about this time here\ Sunday for a visit with To balance due Hah-Nrhool Jun. 1. _Hondo._. __ 4,233.20Hy bewitching Djer-Kiss frj) P Pa'"j
[ Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. deity. Then the suspense, the uncertainty Seemingly Elijah had consideredthe friends and relatives. amount cnllerted470.00 + grance.

\ these years." It may be I victory complete with the de- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips and To balance due Aarrlt July*..ltural L_. 3,761.90

Presbyterian Church that this message was treated with struction of the prophet. of Baal children and Miss Jewel Phillips, To .balance dun June I. ___ 42561
Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister. contempt at first but as the weeks I and was unprepared for this surprise all of Miami have been visiting D. Hy amount collected. _."___ 4ft.04 1'7 '\ \
To balance flue July L. 576.48
Services next Sunday as follows: and months pass and it is being' attack for "he arose and went J. Phillips and family here. Widow. P..I.0 ...? .C-' I
10:00 A. M.-Sunday School, T. fulfilled it is certain it can no i for his life." He fled Into Judea Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Alford and '\' balance, due June 1. 426.SO :iLjer- : :
Hy amount coileeted.411.04\
Williams, superintendant. longer be disregarded. I and penetrated the wilderness by a I children of Sanderson were visiting I To balnncn due July 1--__ 171.48 ,
11:00: A. M.-Morning- Worship; To pronounce a curse upon the day's journey and sat down undera I their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. .lload anil H......fund Intercutand FACE POWDERS ,I

non by the pastor. land and its inhabitants was to In- juniper tree" Then he prayed and Mrs. Clyde Horsey, last week. To balance duo Hlnklnw June 1.- .III.GMT.U Genuine Dr-Kiu| Portion." e dainty '.: ,}
| 8 P. M. Evening Worship; clude himself with the added danger that he die (See I John Mrs. M. Hall Is spending this Hy amount eulleeted1,790.90. \ .
1 1i
might 2S'
To balance due July 1______ta.Mn.t4: Von lt P" Sin | ; :
7.P, M. Christian Endeavor. :
from an enraged king, but 5.14)). "* for I am not better week in Starke with her son and A. J. THOMAS, Circuit Clerk. ,
in; and sermon.A Elijah was' willing to trust his God. than my fathers." .- .-- -- ------- -
cordial invitation to all our Matt. 6:33).
(See : )
leads to con.
This confession us
(ervfcea extended to all. i
God who ever cares for his own, elude that Elijah had been reflecting I

directed him to hide. His hidingwas with some pride upon the ac-
SUNDAY SCHOOL by the brook Cherlth. God complishments of Carmel. Perhaps

'.. commanded the ravens to feed him he had been reviewing history of Begin

LESSON there. former prophets and reformersnone -

So.Elijah did as God directed of these had performed such
and the ravens brought him bread miracles! But now he is broughtlow

.. FOR JULY 15, 1934IfiOD and meat twice dally. Some at- a fugitive from a woman's

-- tempts are made to do away with wrath. Perhaps his growing prideas

CARES FOR ELIJAH the supernatural care received by be ran before the king's chariotto TheBIBLEinPICTURES

the prophet by changing the word Jezebel rendered the "earthen
Lesson Text: I Kings 17:1-24:
; ravens to Arabs, but why disfigure vessel" unsuited to the "treasure"and
9:1.8.: Devotional Reading Ps. 23.
the beautiful picture of God's providence hindered the free operation of All
Golden. Text: "Your, Heavenly .
is with the "I" -
? Furthermore the raven the Holy Spirit queen.
Father knoweth have need for 't
"ye an unclean bird (Deu. 14:14): ) and How long Elijah slept under the to" Ire .: "
ill theoe
Matt.
things. 6:32.:
not fit to carry human food, but juniper tree is not known but sleep
The lesson today begins with the the prophet also is unworthy in and rest is good for both body '

,trot verse in the seventh chapter the eyes of Ahab. God's message and soul. And the Lord sent His Next Week :::: : : :'
if f I Kings: And. Elijah and God's providence Is the same angel with food and water and the .
id unto Ahab "As the Lord God
regardless of the mode or means of angel said "rise and eat." After he
of f Israel liveth, before whom I .
communication.When had eaten he laid down and slept
land, there shall not be dew nor
the brook was dried up again. and said arise and eat for
rain these years but according: tomy IN THE'
word." Elijah was directed to go to Zare- journey Is too great for thee. It N
path, where a widow was com- Is God's pleasure to provide for o 9 n Nli, .4\\ .II
As we meditate upon the simple The His will.
manded to sustain him. prophet those who are doing
tatement of facts contained in this found the woman and asked for "Seek first the e e and all these

Mef message to the king, the ful- a litle water and a morsel of bread. things will be added unto you." **
illment of which meant such phys- him as a did eat and drink
This woman ,recognized And he arose and Bradford
cal suffering as well as material servant of Jehovah for she said, and went In the strength of that Telegraph

oas, but resulting in great spiritual "As the Lord thy God liveth I haveno meat forty days and forty nights
ain In Israel, we see a man of meal and a of God.
cake and only a little unto Horeb the mount
ugged appearance, deeply sincere,
little oil and I am preparing now \
and unafraid. Perhaps a descrlp-
to bake it that my son and I may "
Ion of John the Baptist would eat and die." Elijah assured her (A Sample of the Chronological Story of The Bible in Pictures) '
ave aptly applied to this Individual.
:
that the Lord God of Israel had BOB JONESComments
I.. Contrasting with this Is thereon
her meal and oil would 1
of King Ahab in his royal said that ..-- -- ,-"' ..- ,
fall until He sent rain If she woulddo l On Here '
pparel, unstable,' ungodly and he requested. Thts'ahe did II II'J ]

dominated its Elijah Jezebel.had by his a message more ungodly-"said and as.Elijah" remained. there 1"manydays. And HereafterThis I The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures I says An old that Chinese one picture proverb is ,


nto Ahab"-he takes the Initiate The eighteenth chapter Is the account Is the season when young more effective than a x fi, ,

he does not wait for an invitation of Elijah's return to Ahab, people are thinking about going thousand words.' This eerlen y'{'

to address the king but of his challenge to the prophets of off to college. Going to college of drawings, made "i
peaks out in positive tterms. Both Baal that they would each build an Is serious' business. A boy's or directly from proofs of ,'"'
the king and altar and place wood and a sacrifice life depends
queen were worship- girl's whole future '! + 0 the original wood
ra of thereon, but put no fire. They made in engravings
Baal as well as was the largely upon the contacts f '
greater portion of Israel. What were to pray to Baal and he to Jehovah college. Many of my best friendsare $ t A from an old German 's

ffect could his assertion, ,as theLord and the one who answeredby the men and women whom I .fir book published in 1625,

God of Israel liveth, have on fire would be God. When Baal met when I was a college boy., x .aPwf 'S:, will give you a new con ;:+

---- Most of these friends have succeeded -" iaee1'e' ception of many Import
in life. Of course, some have J rJ ant scenes in the Bible

failed. However, that is to be ex ," \ 'r that have heretofore

l L + Do You Know? + pected.school. One Jesus of had the'twelve twelve In woundup His / been only word pictures.

a traitor and a suicide. Eleven

of the group turned the world up-

J. side-down. i These reproduction, re
C I 3r b '. tain the vigor and clarity

About five years ago last MarchI ,, r Q,1'fa and the profusion of de d

met a little black-eyed girl who t, ,9 tl tall that marked! the

was Just.. finishing high school. She Q original[ I engravings.k ,
the valedictorian of her class. "' h' '
was
e' characteristics
-. ? 4., which f
She had been given a free scholar.
make them ajoy not only

ship mother In didn't a great like university.the Idea of send.Her r t r to the Bible student, but

to the general public
daughter +
ing heir!\ seventeen-year-old
off to a large university. She la

wanted her daughter to have per
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+ "I want to" put .
sonal attention.
'
zto her In a school where I know she .- ..x.79, No more' Ideai'way In rI
will be safe. I am going to send _'' 5J-------- which to interest your t
". child in the Bible could '
her to the Bob Jones College her 4-- ;
mother said. "It Is a long way be conceived than

From home, I know," the woman __ through this series of 1'we"

continued.'' "Wnat does distance colorful scenes. Clip 1 I

y matter? What. a thousand milesIn each picture for
this day and time?" I asked the ......r *f Afc.l aael Cars .f Calsu-Cain was a tiller of the land, bat Abel was a keeper of book and don your
mother. The girl traveled more Both brought offerings to the Lord Cain the fruit of the ground and Abel the flntllng of his !flock, their scrap i
a than a thousand miles and enrolled aacrtncM being shown la the right background of this. picture. According to Gen. 4s 4-6. the Lent approved miss a single one an' it

In this Bob JoJnes College, .The of Abel' offering, bat disapproved of Cain's offering. Jealousy sprang op la Cain's heart toward his brother appears in our next

first year hits girt met an, Alabama Abel l. and ho ros. op against Abet and killed him tb* seen recorded In Gen. 4t 8. being graphically' por. forty-eight; issues.
'boy. Since that Urn the frayed th. left foreground of Uu picture. God cursed Cain and the Blbl.. first murderer became a wan.

Alabama boy and the girl from a darer upon ski fa of Ute earth. One of series of BibU.pictures by M.rian, Seventeenth century' engraver.

distance have both graduated from

the Bob Jones College.. A few

They months naw/ ago live they In Michigan.were married.How One, Each Week for 12 Months---Don't Miss an Issue

little tnfa girl from a distance realized .
: that the first year In college *


: :- < she In less happily would than meet married five S the e yore.man she to whom wouldbe Clip Pictures and Make Scrap Book



err w. L "We walk by faith and not by u
sight." It is far better to let God

do your seeing than to IW to do
-rawa.a C..JL .-.1 r..e.e.F4 It yourself. But God.wants I us' to,

AT tile Norwegians who have fermetf ....r.. colony. at Bella Cola use common sense. X tell the boys Bradford County Telegraph
ntlah Columbia cling t* many ef their I native custom., 'Including and girls In the Bob Jones College
h.: "tanufactur. ef .-.bread which. te I a delicacy that la mad In that God is not the author of a
*eoh *. MUM way as the American wafltoT .The .lr.... nod however.ulteemaU. foolish thing One of ow students

::.." having a alfrerent pattern for each .**. 71*. e*? In the college said;sometsjM ago
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th* phatograpH la Mnd. vrMtsjht an*. car*ad.1M.lIW'.MtWl God to leading m* to do a certaia
ge .... la l rnf th*.ilfpr: Sf the twelve ....tl.*. ?_ -

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PAGIltElOfIT BRADFORD'COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKC FLORIDA FRIDAY.

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'I'i ;' PLRLIO CTt1JsIT;; .'VASII; roo: [t'juBt as kittenish as the little girl COUNTY LEAGUE ENTERs
Bradford County Telegraph '- seemed to be feeling. All, these SECOND

," d .. Now that the,' powers that, ]}1.< Maybe You've years we- knew both the' pictureand From Other PensTHE' HALFsqilEDULE;

II'. Established 1877 have decided, to clean up the movlea the caption were lies and that ;(Continue .from Page

-' .. .,.. .' .. .. -- .. : the 'next", / nobodymreay;| wants to. hear the! -" 1))
,question ,,1s what Heard ButIt
Published Weekly on Fridays'and' Entered Second Class %; birdies<< siig4at leasi\Befofe:; tl ,iy >Ebf kti.HtT T DES George Beck of Gainesville
means will be'usad to entice the I ,_ put'their! sh9cS' 011, ;IbuKwe'neverhad : .....-- been secured to take hi,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida public to leave their dimes and actual proof until the who bver thl-:,\!
._ .. __ .. quarters at the box-office after any "Blessed ara the merchants base.! Beck will be remembered i,
n' It all seemed 110 simple at first. other day while reading Walter B. because tbey believe in one of the \
rb i. E. L. Matthews.___________________Editor and Owner their film fare has been thorough!; We thought !If we layed off for a Pltkln'a "More Power To You" we It advertise and! In their business; for their nine this spring mainstays and also on the Gets
._ .. laundered.It couple of weeks the ideas would the statement that the as a font
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__ __, L.- came across prosperity shall Increase many ball star a couple of
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Is a mistaken Idea that mo- come trooping and we could return body does not reach its -normal fold.. Although not above seasons the back
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tion picture producers have fed us to 'OUr public with! n bigger and state of well-being until we have "Blessed are,the country correspondents with the willow; he is ordinary
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance almost exclusively on sex and better column' an4 quit having to been out of bed for, at least an who send In their ,well fenslve man and fast a reliable de.

Advertising; Rates on Application gangster films during the past copy stuff out of, 'Walter Winchell hour.' We wish we could remember written items every week; for fameof He will replace Roy Brooker on the siCk
years because they had some diabolical on Broadway'" but it just didn't who taught us sanitation ut the their friendly neighbors shah go has resigned from the mho
motive for turning: us Into a work out that-way.. and finally we sixth grade:-:we would show her abroad in the land.) while In the midst of local club
I Some people will take anything: you give them"but a'' hint, nation of DIUIngera and Casanovas realized that the only way to writea Mr. Pitkin s statement and wouldwe "Blessed is the woman who sendsIn slump. His fielding a batting!

o ,The real reason was that producersare column is just to put a sheet of laugh at her for trying to persuade a written account of a party or greatly missed, but ability all will hi
after all business men and they; clean paper In a typewriter and us that we felt good;, earlyIn wedding, for sjre shall see the details that at the plate will an.,
a; Wonder if anybody in Germany has the nerve to say were giving the public what It start pounding. We did have a the morning just because she of the function and the names dangerous as Aunt Roy was about u

"no" now. asked for, and was ready to pay,its fairly good Idea for a paragraph or .read it in a text book. of her guests correctly reported.' broidered sofa, pillow.Emmy'in Row.n"
for. two about, the time stopped ... .
we
o money p.- ""Blessed are those who do not the club has a reliable
You can't blame the corner gro- writing-but even taht Is gone TRAGEDY IN BROOKS VILLE expect the editor to know everything is doing much to revive catcher Who
We are enjoying a political lull until time for the city ceryman for' selUng"'the young now. At least one reporter on the but who call up and tell him needed life to the club. Word the much

election in September. housewife tea cakes and sardines Brooksville Journal is a student of whenever an interesting event 'occurs also been passed that Harold hu
.. even when he knows that canned Among the things we could do human nature and after attending to them, for they shall havea eye" Pierce pitch-veteran "Bad.
0 spinach would be much better' for with Is a vacation for Jimmy a meeting at which his county! newsy paper in their town. has been signed and of veterans

We'll bet even the voters are beginning to forget those her, if tea cakes and sardines are Dutfanjte. The fellow is good, but commissioners were sitting' as aboard "Blessed.are they ;Who get their pected that he still has la oi
plenty
campaign promises already. all she is willing to spend her they're working him to death and of tax equalizers, he has copy in early; tor they>hall occupya stuff and should prove, a big aid
money'for.'And: don't think that his audiences along with him. come to the conclusion that "noth warm'place in the editor's heart. as a relief pitcher, at'leiW.
() film, producers haven't, given the Watching Schnozzola: emote on a ing Is so sorry as a building being "Blessed are alt those'who cooperate :,

Travel around a little and see if the home town,doesn't public plenty, -of opportunity to hot night Is about equal to thirty valued for taxes.. with the editor in his efforts DAYLIGHT I2{ STARKE 7
show its appreciation any for minutes stoking on a tramp !steam The Journal says: in behalf of the: community) Although with two
look better when you return. motion pictures of artistic and educational \ er The two pictures we've seen' '"The deplorable condition of for their town shall,be known far play before the completion games yet to

o merit, and almost without recently that Uda'fhave Jimmy In some of Brooksville's show-place and wide as a good 'place in whichto first half schedule, Starke of the
Smoking. said to give a person a contented feeling- exception the public has turned a them, had imperflcfhatlons of''hlm1 I houses wa never realized by the Hve.*...-btrryvale"UCaD; :.) Re- lid off the second half took the
cold shoulder on these productions It's beginning to* 'work on our sub general public until the whole regrettable publican. dropping the Sunday,
until he out of cigarettes.The opener by a
runs con.clous-the other situation was brought out 12.1
we ,
for shows th8.tnext night
and spent Its money --''--'--O i score up at Panama Park
J o day would be roundly de- dreamed we were mountain climbIng into the light of day at the annual TUB tAVt IN SPAIN with a shaken lineup, the Playing

farmer who insists on planting only one crop is on a nounced as "not fit to be seen." );and fell Intolaf.deep canyon- meeting of the tax equalizationboard. -' berries held their rivals on Straw.

road to the\ house.' In a recent magazine article. Ar- imagine our surprise when it If you get to feeling lazy during terms until a bad sixth inlng, even
one-way poor j, thur L. Mayor, manager of a large turned out to be one o( Jimmy "These homes which nave\ always these warm days of summer, and they scored seven markers. when

< O tfii! j t New York theatre, publishes some Durante's nostrils! been considered the Ideal of wish that the pace of every-day light outhlt the locals 17 to 10 Day.
Those quintuplets must have been delivered by one of the facts that should show the public' comfort and beauty were picturedby life were not quite so swift, you Burnham started the twirling
ONE GOOD. BURN their tenants as mere honow might get a little vicarious relaxation -' for
the
new model, eight-cylindered storks.It just where it: stands on the subject Berries but was relieved
.k of clean pictures when its reactionsare DESICR'E.NOTIIEU shells of what their outward appearance out of thinking about the way by Beck, who pitched nice ball.
0 measured in dollar and cents And speaking of Pitkln, also he I portrays them to be. they do things in Spain.In the sixth., Suggs and Phelffer In
was a quiet Fourth of July-only thirty-one persons and not merely in words.In author of "Life Begins at For ty," "One man gave a vivid descrip- Spain the siesta, or afternoonnap shared the hurling duties for Day.
killed throughout the United States. the of we happened, several years ago, to tion of the sorry plight of his is an old institution; and just light. '
\ discussing subject why
be in one of his university classes beautiful home, and Incidentallygot the other day the authorities in Manasaa' led the
Starke
loses
0 Hollywood money en good in which he required almost. dally his valuation reduced $1,000.He Madrid passed an ordinance effective with two hits attack
7. The Hardee County Herald asks if we have heard the pictures, bad Mr. business Mayer says was that reported particularly a theme of several typewritten! said he expected to have to until the end of summer, pro- four times at, one bat a while double Woodall out of
pages in length.' He would take move out within the next two or hibiting all music in cafes restaurants
Hitler "Oh You Nazi Man. hitting in
s new song, on "Abraham Lincoln, one of the cleanup, position, added
finest biographical films ever great delight in returning these to I three years, fearing for the safetyof or other public places between two. out .of five to his collection
o pro the members of the class with the his family aa tag rickety structure -I 2:00: and 4:30: p.m.. on the Hale' also
duced. 111. it Is gathered a
In Springfield; pair,
The Gainesville Evening News insists. that. a saxophone. stated that only twenty people most caustic. ?remarks: this excep- was likely to' C tionally aCtFvebrainClftd( call up any windy night. )#" with the .siestas,<'6f.honest Spanish
an'ill I
la wind that blows nobody good. came in to see the picture. Similar \ The failure of the local. hn -
scribbled BObus. tti *' / -- ---- --
c < top of the "Another man ,decJ red his ,citizens. hit in the their
failures were reported with "Dis pinches proved
o page in an' almQst (Uoirlbla hand. house which has the appearance This care on the part .of govern. downfall.
it takes eight years to compile an unabridged dictionary, "raeli''Voltaire-, "Alexander"Calvacade,"Hamilton"Berkeley, Cne of our'papers Was returned of soundness on the outside is In meat/ ).see that a'man can get his on the Eleven sacks as Berry compared runnendied to

and almost; that long to find a word-in one. Square" "Emperor Jones," all of with three, misspelled words the worst kind of shape indoors.He afternoon"nap' undisturbed ls"''apt five of their'opponents..
marked in two lines. Across the explained that termites have to look pretty good to an American
The
i o which were fine) pictures, and page PItkin, himself a bad speller; eaten great portions of the Moore ,- at any rate, on, those after- to Strawberry nine will play

If Congress passes an old age pension bill a lot of women should be considered In feathers inHollywood's had heavily pencilled, "atrocious to tissue-paper thinness making it noons when he drags himself backto guest day, and Green will meet Cove Springs the Sun.
+ cap every way except Springs
will admit their correct age for the first time in years financially spelling, punctuated by three exclamation necessary for him to pick out special work from his lunch hour won nine in a return engagement hereThursJay.
marks. But where the spots to walk on In the various dering how on earth he's going to "
4; a" o On., the other band! Mae West In laugh came In was that he had rooms lest he crash through the be able to stay awake.-Tallahassee -
; One of the Siamese twins wants to get married.: She will 'She Done Him Wrong," Clara spelled atrocious with an "e." flooring and break his leg." Democrat. before Two games are yet to be played
*" Starke completes its first
a first have to convince her fiance that three can live as cheaply Bow (tn "Hoopla, Wheeler and We congratulate the Journal on --4-- half quota of games. These will
Woolsey In "So This Is Africa" and EARLY BIRDS
DESERVE
a clever piece of reporting of a THE ANSWER TO A "DUN"A
1f be
as one. played in the near future. The
had the
Paul Muni In "Scarface"
WORMS that Is business sent
meeting usually handled In man a dun to a locals
o public standing In line at box- Funny how some early Impressions a dull, routine manner and also customer who was negligent in honors.still have a chance: for tint

u; The Winter Haven Herald has decided that a fan dancer officers all over the country.; for no particular reason remain for capturing another elusive ray paying his account. In responseto place _e
In closing his article Mr. Mayer with you through life. For of light reflected through that the appeal received. the following -
.is nothing more than a nudist who has installed a cooling GASOLL.'VE CONSUMPTION:
believe that Is Instance the thing we remember
I says: "I these! nc many-faceted medium-human na : Bradford
system. exhibitor who does not greatly desire most vividly' out'Of: our entire ture.' De8r, Sir:-I got your dun what In County's gasoline consumption -
fe'y o to be numbered among the socially grammar school'education was an ---. I owe you. Now be pachunt, X 23jOOO May dropped approximately
under tie
One newspaper man who attended the World's Fair said : useful members of. his Community Illustration In a'sixth grade SAni- Aircraft engines have increased ain't forgot you plese ,,wate.:When mount used la gallons April, figure released -
and who/does'not thrill tation book showing' a little girl between ten andfifteen'; 1 pert cent some other fools pay me, I pay '
'by the
lie came hom "toofull) for utterance but he didn't, 'ayffull with 'pride\ his pictures receive leaping bllthly out of bed early in in power for the same gross; weight you. If this wua judgment day agriculture, show.stato The department of
figures an:
'i of 'what. y critics then' for their the morning' and running to the during the past twp years., and you was no more prepared to April 93,766, May 70,059.
o artistic or e merits Indeed window to heal'''the birdies sing. .. meet your Maker as I am this account : ., -
I think that most exhibitors The caption underneath the picture China was the United States ,I you sure would go to hell. Hanchow
: Well, at {east the hard times are making it easier,to support :, would make heavy! personal sacrifices said something about we should all I best t aircraft customer in 1931, tak. '(Hoping you will do this, I remain I China's' largest has electric installed lighting one of

a.y, a young lady in the' manner to which she ,haq -been to forego showing 'shabby wake up In the morning feeling ing forty-three planes. 'I yours very' truly."-Exchange. plants, '
accustomed. meretricious, salacious pictures.The .
reason they do so Is becausethe
4' 0 public has thus far been com-

Somebody has said that agriculture is. the, backbone of pletely indifferent 'tl), pictures w Money-Savers!'

+ the nation. And co-operation is the rice that should go with which failed to conform tq the aotepted : THE WHOLE COUNTS'
canons of publloi entwtaln
;
the backbone, ment..' GOODYEAR

o ''The fact remains, however,"that TRUCK

It is estimated ,that the umpire behind the plate makes producers muct make a little

200 decisions during the average baseball ame-and dodges money we in are order wondering to stay if In the businessand public Hi, GONE TIRE !

.) can so easily be changed a milk

diet after its long existence' on

it More men than women are color blind but 4t,doesn't'pre- Highly seasoned fare. At any rate,
the producers are passing the buck t
?:. vent a rnember,, the stronger sex from recognizing.a blonde to us and we wilt have an oppor- 'Tremendouewelcome-huge Etxe'S '

when he sees one., tunity to show them 'If''"'we really 4 sales-follow' announcement "'I 28.15
,
o want.,clean motion pictures ,or if c' of sensational new.Goodyear
we just'want to talk about them. t << ; ,
? ,f$ Dorothy Dix says if your wile is a poor cook, praise' her '-O-i-- tire-keeps us and factory on Ana Up

v to' the skies. But don't praise her so much that she will stop LET'S HAVE A REPORT : Ti Jump-Users say "43% more

trying: to improve "- RE S. non-skid mileage" understates -
News Items from various partsof
-
o the state continue to tell of cooperative z:_.. it.

; The Winter Park Herald says that many a woman thinks marketing organizations GOODYEAR

,, she has reformed a man when as matter of fact she has entered into by farmers aa a meansof SPEEDWAY
disposing of their surplus crops.:,
merely worn him out\ t
The newest of these bodies is

a, pd' the: Sunshine Producers Association MARY(0 S LW -3" GOOD AR lt W E Supertwltt Bullc with, .

General Johnson says he won't even talk about the NRA operating in Escambla Coun Cord i* .,
i while. he's ty, which this week started the local
on his-vacation. In other' words ,he's going to .Look What'You Get-No cleat;tough
$ marketing of eggs within the Extra Cost tJ'JG, More Mites of real
"crack down" on a little rest. confines. of that county. The move ,--*-.kld. ofety Flatter Wider Tread .M TractMtt- ) Heavier Tou.her
decided aa part of a
o was upon program Tread (average of 3 Ibe. snore rubber) Super..... Cord gd
s 34
y Sally Rand has substituted a big, transparent bubble for for boosting sale of home- Body (rapport heavier tread safely)

the fans she used last year. It.would be a mean man who grown products W.' never A'0
According to the news Item, the seen the equal of It-the way'

,would shoot pins, at Sally's new costume.. Sunshine organisation Is to expand. 'car owners have flocked In, looked, listened, 4.41.21. ,
It. aa rapidly as is
operations prao.leal
a k' 0 bought new G-3's these last
1 to Include the marketing of ten weeks-and 4.95 :
The government is going to return farm lands ,
some to other products of farm and truck Its the, same everywhere we hear. What'

the Indians ,That's a wise move. Maybe. the Indians haven't rarden. This program Is expectedto ,I more, people who got G-3'a months before Other atees tmtfcm ted

;, yet' learned how to escape, paying taxes quantities; result In of the choice sale products of considerable which the public announcement, report It'. better expertly

o in past yearn have gone to waste, than claimed 1 They cite mileage records to ..Mrs r M
Lots of folks who never had radical tendencies will see or bave been fed to livestock when prove they're getting better than the 43%; -

,{led when they read about the society woman who tookher prices on th,' national markets more nq -akld mileage averaged by :

kN ,' 'Pet monkey to ;Europe to visit his father. p were. so low" as to preclude,, shlplng. year's test fleet. Buy no tires until you Good'c usshow I DON'T CUSS;::: '

'- you this wonderful ..
Recently'committee' was ap new Goodyear .
ff %.*,>; An exchange reports that an Eastern' bachelor willed all pointed to Investigate the posslbUl- Weather which gives so much more safety ; --Call Us!

'hproperty to the three women who had rejected his"proposals lea of establishing such a market and service without costing you a cent extra t
Bradford County, but It seems '
',.. with the words, "To them j 'owe all my earthly hap to have fallen Into Inactivity In recent Sure;-r; have Goodyears at ALL Prices!!' '
.
,;; piness." 15.. weeks: Because Goodyears are the largest selling

o It Is estimated that sufficiently tires, you get mope for your money no } 0 3
: varied and abundant food product
will I lose the
.of.
: Ultimately, says'a'scientist, we use our could be grown within the confines matter what you pay.j" -

I' .1, fingers and thumbs. We. hope .tolive to see,the daywhen) of Bradford County to furnish IU .

the'confidential fellow can no longer use his hands to grab entire population with sustenance

.you.,by the coat lapel while telling his latest !secret, to throughout poultry staple the year.crops,In vegetablesand addition
Re
$ Fastest
fruits, Uyeatock is aa tncnu-. g tel 1VIotorGompany '
The title for all-time meanest man in the'worid'should go ngly Important Industry here.' *
Service
Road
to the German hotel janitor who raised bed bugs in his apart It I* to:be hoped that the local:

ment ,and planted .them,, in other rooms to annoy' Jewish, committee on thlsi project will have ,STARKE FLORIDA in Towna
some progress toward Its goal to .
occupants., report within,.' short Ume.i \
.
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