Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02446
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Project Council to S t u d Bible Story Found Near; Here Retail Census Shows
y Begin This ; Figures for Business I Economy KeynoteIn

[pproved by ERA City i t SanitationIn "The On Bible Church-In f f i It to Discover Clues The In Florida County-Retail Census In 1933 for 1 New Estimate

markable' series of

In Augusta CleanllpMoveTakes I lustrating forty-eight 1933 Commerce prepared Bureau by the of Departmentof the CensusIn '
gins Bible begin on our Of f Co. ExpensesComnilMtlonrni
with this Issue of the Man Dumped In New Washington D. C., shows that .

This series of by Unknown Persons there were 109 stores In operationIn rl ,
art a of $...,819.13 Action at Request of directly from proofs of -
\ Bradford County during 1933 Cut Temporary95.nOH.00 "
l-To Require Thre MonthsFor Newly Organized County wood engravings from Murdered, Short
whose net soles totaled $744,000. Budget : Below
Construction. Health Council. man book published In : South of Hampton
give our readers a new These retail stores employed an Year*
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radford County's air port re- A thorough survey of sanitary of many Important 1 ---- 1 I average of seventy full time and Bradford --

Ll, final approval from thenlte conditions within the city limitsof have heretofore been found The body of an unidentified thirty-seven part. time employees County's temporary
Emergency Relief Admlnls- Starke will be carried on dur pictures. dis white man In a bad state of decomposition whose salaries amounted to $45-: budget for the fluent year1 begla'

Hon and construction will like- ing the next few weeks It was These reproductions was found near New 000 and $8,000 respectively.'This fling October 1. Is 5668.00: Usa

begin the first week In August, decided by' the ,City Council .tIts vigor and clarity and the soak. River early Friday morning of last I .report, as compared with than the temporary budget for
haS been announced at the.Jocal Tuesday night meeting.W. of detail that marked >(1 over one for the preceding year gives 1933 It was announced followingthe '
In week by turpentine workers employed -
ministration offices. : M. Edwards, O. Li. Beasleyand engravings' : evidence of Improvement of'retail Wednesday meeting of the
mis project calls far an expendl- T. N. Kendrick were appointed makes them a joy about by Floyd Wiggins. employment during 1933 showing
of 14379.75' for labor and It toserve on the committee In the Bible student but to just The body which at first was be- substantial gains In line with the Board of County Commissioners

i unmated that 100 men a day charge of the survey and when the eral public, line. ieved to be that of a negro and gradual upward business trend. at which expenses, for the next

three months will be required work Is completed, a report will 1 Wiley which was burled near where It .+sEaualizers '' I twelve months were estimated. ,
the work.e be made to the local health council man Most noteable among the economy +c
complete State Tax : of Ala was found without an Inquest. was Reduce slashes made by the commis- "
and to Dr. E. L.
la to be located > Biggs city I
air port
health officer.A exhumed Tuesday afternoon at sioners were the total eliminationof
of town on Roadon '
0 miles south after the request of New River citizens the agricultural fund of $800.- :
property purchased by the committee composed o fGeorl'e ties to Who had found patches of hair 00, comprised of $600.00 for the t
Is Cut r
C. White of Tal- Inman and Mrs.. L. D. Vln- Few Assessments
George ,
from Jalf evidently from the head of a white home demonstration\ agent and
usee. It is reported that the Ing representing the Bradford or five man causing them to believe thata $20000 for a scholarship to the
..perty cost the city in the neighhood County Health Council appeared to further Investigation should be University of Florida; the largest

of 4000. before the council and requestedan Sholtz Say to Expect with made Into the matter. "Dny In Court" Find. Few' cute In the general fund were, the I

resent'! plan for, the landing investigation of conditions Inductions InComing Following the autopsy by local Taxpayers There to commissions paid to the county tax k
pd how It to Include 135 acres. which they represented as being a Years. morn- doctors, a coroner': 'Jury I Appeal Their. Cunmt. assessor and tax collector which

lore will be< no .construction of menace to the community.. of the' nouncet that It was the pro-j were each reduced from 2000.00 'n'.
Timings at the present time. Other business transacted by A one-half mill cut In / as an unidentified white man who The Board of County Commissioners to $1,00000; In the fine and forfeiture ,, ;:

rk will\ consist of clearing the the council at this- .. meeting. . was as tax levy for the '' come to his death by unknown met Monday as a Board of fund sheriffs department
irty, fencing. grading and the follows: year was announced last to means It was stated that what Equaliser at a meeting that had costs were cut from 3000.00 to
uctlon of runways. .The.clerk was Instructed to Governor Sholtx. The scene, had previously been reported as been widely publicised as "the pub. $2,000.00 the'county' prosecuting t1
g make a transfer from the Pub- which will bring the : : totra bullet holes In the. man's chest Ho'. 'day'' in court". However in attorney was ,reduced from 1000.
licity Fund to the Geharal Fund.A to 6 1-8 mills was I which could not be pronounced as such i spite 'off advertising the meeting, 00 to $79000: the allowance for ,

arke Nine WinswoGameslnRow check for.500.00: was ordered by taking the half-mill near because of the advanced stage of I only about thirty citizens took advantage feeding prisoners wa* cut., from

sent to Walter F. Rogers, attorneyfor Confederate pension decomposition! In which the body I of the opportunity to appeal $1.40000 to $1,20000 and other
the Amerlan LaFrance Foam- The governor said the along was found.. their own cases for lower assessed minor saving were effected.A. .
was made possible by the i valuations on property subject J. Thomas clerk of the circuit rrw;
ite Company as part' payment, on arose The dead man was found about
the. city fire truck. Florida had "balanced of shot two mllepgwest of New River on a to taxation. court. Issued the following
budget for the first time :$: ,The dim turpentine road that leave. Various were the argument advanced statement upon completion of the

-- Pitch Fine Merrill Futeh Wins boom days. In addition at the State Road 28 at that point. Tire by those who did meet the budget:
irkman and Harvey "the state has paid $ board, and ln each instance theequali..rs
University ScholarshipMerrill heavy tracks were found Indicating that "This temporary budget call
Games- to the school fund from
Great BalL i that an-automobile was driven a short assured the complainantthat for the following amount, 'a*
Flay fund." ,This money was at : they would endeavor to see shown elsewhere General '
Futch son of Mr. and on distance from the road to the edgeof in detail
u in 1937 he added. of the his wrongs, If any were righted Fund with
a swamp In grderto dump the $11,403, as compared
(By Lester Schnell) Mrs. C. A. Futch of this city has "In addition to this" .
body. but that they must treat all 12027.00 for the lost year budget -
[Tie local Strawberry nine hung received a Federal Emergency Re- executive said "the state with equal Impartiality,
and the Fine and Forfeiture
In the At the time of Its the ,
to be used at the discovery
victories to theirt lief Scholarship
two :
more $500,000 worth of bills
landowner advanced the
with an amount of $7,000.00, a*
In last Thursday'. engage- University of Florida, It was an- Inherited when this Hesekl- only clothing on the dead man wasa IOn. somewhat revolutionary theory
with $1.023.00 It I I. also
: of the torn underwear shirt and compared ;
eta with Daylight. The first cont nounced, this"wetk.,, -_ .' { took office. All bills one that he had been unable to well to know that under the new
Oalney officers said. His lower
went down on the second half Under the scaolarship'plan! ; the ing the past year have shoot sock jaw make a living on his farm therefore set up of county accounting,
had work 'f
doge, while the nightcap wa holder works two months for the and the state is now drunk considerable the gold bridge the place was not worth anything to be installed In each next'f
of hair that
1 of two .playoffs of the first FERA during the summer for on a 'pay as you go' that found were patches dark brown with were and its assessed valuation the state, the budget for the
( quota. which.work he .receives $3Q9, Only (Utf.:.,he said,was ., i to very should be nit.a, : fiscal year must provide for thin
mixed in.
hind the brilliant pitching o'frty $30 of this amount is paid to the the right direction." Up- doctors few'grey estimated ones that Examining the man After due consideration by the teen months expenditures In order -,

Joe Sparkman a. formerord worker in cash and the remainderIs "W. can confidently : Friday was about fifty-five years of board the following changes In assessments to get all expenditures of each
twirler" before that team ,applied to. his expenses at the ther reductions during the ages' wore made: Bike. 2 it fiscal year paid la the same year,,
ently disbanded the locals took University during the next year.It year,.' he said. mid- After the body was exhumed 'it Oaskln'a Addition to Starke Sec. For instance this and many other
yllght's measure by a 5-3 count. I* understood that forty-five of In making his was placed In a coffin furnishedby 39, Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E. Assessed to (Continued On Page Four)
urkman although; Inclined to these scholarships were awarded Glvernor Sholts expressed '. the county and burled In Crew i A. D. Coburn wax reduced trom I
i bit shaky at times, breezedg In the: state. that counties will follow J&a'I' Cemetery near New River. $380.00 to $34000: 10 A. Sec. 22,

well and was seldom In trou- Young Futch will return to the lead by keeping the the No one has been reported missing Tp. 0 8. R. 22 E, assessed to A. Guard KilledBy
except in the sixth when his university in the fall to continuehis low U possible.The from this or surrounding counties M. Blanchard, reduced from $110.-
te,' miscues paved the Way for studies in the School of Agri pension fund was and according to Sheriff W. J. 00 to $60.00: 10 A. Sec 23, Tp. 6 S.
three Daylight markers. The culture. July 1 aa being in a Epperson who Investigated the R. 22 E.,. assessed to A.. M. Blanchard .
ilnutlve southpaw 'S bowed . .. dition, with a balance of : about scene. of the gruesome find,, and reduced from $11000 to 60. LightningFrank
rids of smoke on the ball and, Bible School ClosesA 19. The levy for this It there were no clue by which the 00;'' WVt of SWtt\ Sec. 23

ough allowing: five passes,' apred year will be three Gaines' body could be identified. Tp. S S. R. 22 IS.* assessed to ... "
to be anything but the wild Successful Term mills. M. Blanchard reduced from $480.00 Godwin Struck While OnFuneral
her' he hal the reputation of Other Items In the new : i Council Will Request to $400.00; Blk. 13, Town of Law. Duty Near New River-. '
ng The Berries touched Given The Dally Vacation Bible School Schools one mill; state Draining at Theresa t.y W of R. Y. Sec. 23 Tp. 0 B. R. Funeral Held Tuesday i

liven hit*.. sponsored by the Baptist Methodist health. 1-3 mill; Raiford ) 22 El assessed to A. M. Blanchard -

lanasua led the Starke batter. and Presbyterian Churches, mill; tick eradication 1-2 Bradford County'- Health CounU reduced from $25000 to $16000; service were held at
a 'out at- school text books 34. Half Blk. 3, Town of Lawtey W, of 13:00: o'clock Tuesday afternoon for
a trio of hit of four successful
closed today after a will make attempt to secure
an Frank Godwin 31. head field
The textbook ny..' Bee. 23 Tp. B 8. R. 22 E.
followed close- r e
>pta, while Beck '
funds. wltb'which to supplies
with of term of two weeks during'which not reduced although buy assessed to A. M. Blanchard reduced guard connected with ,the Florida
mated two: knocking..:Woodward la three,' Bell time classes were held In,the high ent of Education W. S. o carry on the work of hookworm from 180.00 to $10000; 'State Prison Farm at Ralford
run* eradication In the city and rural
t McCallum each contributed school building. reported a balance of $ k to Personal, Property assessed to J. who wa* Instantly killed Mondayafternoon
schools it was decided at the Tuesday -
when lightning struck
the fund. W. Waterson la Hampton reduced
o tingles to the Daylight coi reached a peak of
Attendance It was proposed to
meeting. la which he and
a building a
tion.Etcher. Confederate veterans from' 500.00: to $20000; 160 A. : group
105 during the term and dally at- widows whose ranks are have various civic organizations' Sec. T..Tp, 1 S. R. 22 B., J.'W. Pr.. II of convict workers under his charge ;
Busbee Of the locals ..ufa contribute to this fund If supplies
tendance averaged eighty percent ning,_ are paid from vatt wa reduced from $1060.00 to had taken refuge from a sudden
l split finger and wa reed paying could not be secured tree of charge thunder shower
it ls said., fund at an average of $40 will be $800.00., :
< by RowelL This Injury will from the State Health pepart-
Mr. Godwin's body rushed to
will be held at 8:00: It was estimated the $ : as It wa decided by the board thata'moetlnl'wll1
bably the line- A,program
keep him out of ment. the hospital connected with the
balance and receipts I admin : be held on Monday
for a considerable length of o'clock tonight in ,the school audi- three-mUllevy together It was The council also wishes to outfit August 6, for the purpose of bearing prison farm Supt..L: F Chapman

e. torium at which free will offering care of the load next ,, a'health closet containing var any'' complaints of any property reported but efforts at.resuscitation "
a the nightcap. Harvey pitch- wlH' be taken to help defray The payment J Io u1' supplies to be used by the owner u to Values fixed by were fruitless. '

two hit ball for six innings of the dally classes., $78.000 monthly. Last F. county nurse when she Is on case the; tax assessor! and accepted by According to Information received r,

ell rain halted the affair. Bill expenses of receipts were $ that are unable to pay for their. : *he Board'.of County. Commission- here, the guard wa* the only
Person ,due Much credit for1 the success i i needs in alckneM. the lightning
acting aa manager bursements $93fl.74 .43. I, ers: person Injured by'
the absence of Manager Harold the' school should go to the'efficient Order for $103.304.23 I of I A committee wa appointed by although a few of the worker and 't, Y

II[1> agreed to wait thirty minI teachers in..charge of each textbooks to be newer Mrs. Edward Burn*,, chairman of Three Good Shows : two prison officials who were sitting ,
sad continue play If the wea- department. They were a* follows: school children were wished. the council to confer with the director In a nearby automobile reported
r permitted but Manager Ru- ,Beginner: Ml** Kate Struth Thursday by the I .. has of operation. In this county Coming to Ritz that they felt a slight shock
Majors of the visitor declined Mis. Martha Brownlee and Mrs. ucation. The sizeable offi relative to draining around the -- from the bolt The accident occurred -

1 offer and decided to call It 8:: M. Davlsi ported by Cawthon It source of the Sante Fe River near "Baby Take A Bow" starring about 2:00: o'clock..llbortly
'ay. The local touched Johnny Primary: Mr.-E. K. Ferryman.Ml this expenditure.., Theressa This spot Is said to be .Shirley.Temple the little girt who after the men had sought! shelter I

r II for four hit*.- but he whit- ** France .Hemmlngway Mia I l al a bad breeding place for mosqul- t r. creating such a sensation"among In the building .
1 nine men to the six Innings Kitty Hoped and Mis Dorothy Ben Sternberg Duval toe*. motion picture Can, will Mr. Godwin a nsUve'of"BakerCounty
yed. The game wa* featured by Whit. .. -- S be shown at the Ritz Theatre for/ had been employed at the
> nappy double play, one over Junior:' Miss Mona' Alderman, Cadet .Life under I Director of Operations two day, Sunday and Monday. prison farm for the past five year
""Ma to Hal to;Ritch 'routed hiss .Bunny Canova. Mia Ethel .- week I Also la the picture are James Dunn He I la survived by his widow and.
the other from Hal to Manas-I Ito Moore an* Hugh Walter Ben Bternberg, young am- Appointed For CountyThe aDd; Claire Trevor. It Is expected three children."I
< Rltch. Intermediate: Mr*. A.:R. Watt and Mr. Nat .- that everyone who saw Shirley In Funeral service were held at
grave and Manaasa;W-..... Mr-Oeorge Anderson. Mrs, N.. D. city who wa swona'lJI a .\off toe ''oT Director.of Oper- "Stand Up And Cheer" and "Little 3:00: o'clock Tuesday. afternoon at

4 attack' the former< getting Wainrlght. Jr., and Mr*. Ruth at the United State : ation'for: th*-emergency: Relief Miss Marker", will be anxious to North Prong Cemetery to Baker
> of one official trip.' being hit I Courtney demy at West Point oa : .. Admteistratlom la this county wa see her In her latest attraction. County. Active,, pan bearer were
** by pitched balhv. WoodaflWournl .- -.' been assigned to the per--ur.tw.cI.. this week when Tuesday and Wednesday the Rita guardfrom the prison' farm. Arrangements -
his good ,atlckwork' TO' ATTEND: .AS8EMBLT: .play bTMaM'General *''of O. C....*...... sibs formerly occupied will show The Trumpet Blow" were ta'charg of the,

ashing one over Urn right field 'Several representative from the nor, superintendent, .. _the. ysrizmr'poiritUa to Levy with GeorgeRarVAdolph. .Meaiou DeWItt. C. Jones Company.
*e for a ground-rule double out 1 Flrt-Baptist Church" >,Will' go,.to aa announcement from 1 ser eauat,. wa sent hereto" take .over aDd basses Drake. In thl...picture S 'I
two trie*. HaUI Jones failed to' DeLand next month to attend the week.' Hamp the duties of this offle* Raft ta Men la .hi.*' moat colorful FERA: VBtM OLD SAIL l
ge from his slump falling to Baptist Assembly which Is held For the next six week I paraly VB.-Claytoat.iwho temporarilyfiUetf role to date, that of, a swaggering The Board of County Comml-!
a hit for the day. Jimmy Bitch at SUtson Unrrerrtty each' year. his clac mates wilt *eon this peeitleei here for one matador la a story of romance sinners have granted the local Emergency -

urned to isle first base poet at- The Assembly will begin AugustT sive course ef 'I' Im weekvha bees. returned- to Columbia aDd adventure below the Rio Relief Administration permission b

being benched in the previous and continue through the 1Mb. ious military subjects from ,county.' Ora de. to use the old county. Jail
me. Manaasa was the real star, Noted Bible peakr from all over both drill and : ..... -. A strong week of program at at the comer of, Broadway and
tile deL both afield and at the the South will be on. hand at In August the class I acf 'TO 8'1'11DY.FAJI. NEEDS the Bits win close with "Shoot The Pratt Streets for the storage of
"*. A performance! such u be this meeting and course win be sorbed into the cadet Illness C, U Dickenson.who wa recently Work which will show on Thursday material purchased by the CI..UWorks r

* been giving. recently label ayer given to -all department. .of the will participate la the but I appointed director: of rural re .and Friday. This I* a musical Administration and not tous {
a* a real asset to ban Church work parade ,which are held county habilitation la.thU county arrivedher hit featuring Ben Bernie and his at the present time.PI .
this week for a survey of the Dell Jack Oakl .
b. la fact. It be said that Those who have already made In the middle of of bead Dorothy
need of farm home la this MOo and other star entertainer ASSOCIATE DOCTOR HEBEDr
entire team showed marked: reservation are: cadet will take a five two many 1 t
Tovemeat Rev. and Mra.-C.-B. Price Miss tice march through the cmn- Uoo.' Mr. Diekenaoa stated .that \ r; 0..Bratley of Miami arrived
*[ to the day play' Ethel lower.-/Mbs'Pasltn. Priest of the CaUKin. : -7 no deflnlU program.\ of.rebaWMr Investment la business,pfospo.f1orand her*. this week and will beaarptlated
1">e offensively Berrle and defensivxsly. Mia1 'rrcBvHeinmtafway. MM reliC"IJu""I'.tIIe nurcb ) t--w:i tAtoa/haa yet ban formed by.the) ........ injJap.garawFk .. with Dr. W., E. Mldtfieton. -' ;

e pale With Ore*In*: li&tc. ,,QRl.f. Mft'. ;''IAJ: :Tlorrsa il....ahettof.tent* and I 1 Emergency Rsi1KAdmioistrstias.It greater,thaa leak year, enJV j'. ., Or. Bratley attended the .4
' ether Sunday. wa postponed. s4 Hugh Walter It to. expected: roIIIIIW'IdtellelW+........yr. I. Ia .k. expected that. *__.plan,will. f 1 University :.1r'lorfdajpr .four
"b..... gantea.- from:Daylight.Farnandtna toofcheader *; that by the **.*of thin week reservation1 \ .-, r'lJ.tNrpooI. was ...w put. into effect: a. soon a* aur New Interest shown by Amar.csa year sad received .hi.* medical decree -
being \ wta be mad by everal 1Dlglend.'is /n 4h e ..,. to.;varl0u coaaUs bays :peen buyers Is tlainlatlog c&rDeJK'O, from the University of* Pennsylvania ,
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? TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE. FLORIDA ._ __.... ._ .. ________.. FRIDiir JULY ;20,1 1 1t
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, "'': ; \, Telegraph By Special Writers Live Community Happenings I Jlu8t Tues Reach Noon

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In other
', inleiit Mm 1P. A. Tyler CorreMpnndrMBilly MI..a (Inlneyvarr.npc..nd...t :Hies! Ihvlma llfco.li-n. (forrmponden' drilling around corners or MiinM. Tnblrt. Mull'*. v.... n...
I' Mr. I.. fani-klBK. ( rrr |n> MM* Ada !Nlmmo CorrespondentBAPTIST I places difficult of access. Checks Malaria In Three?
Mr. and Mrs.-' C. B. Thompson Hicks returned Friday aft- W.-M." V. MEETS Mr. and Mrs.' ;::-A. 'Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jones of' Colds First Day .

;, and son, Eli, and Misses Villa Pre ecr spending a few weeks In Jack- The W. M. U. of the Baptist son Artford spent last week in Tampa spent last week here with Cultivation Is as necessary to the llr.d.rh or Nvur.lKi' |n all?1.1t
sonville with his brotherinlawand South Florldi'urlth friends and rel Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones. Fine Laxative and
Crawford spent
v : vatt and Lucille Church met at the home of Mrs.J. body.-Cicero, Tonic
Most .
Sunday at Greenwood, with Mr. slater, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. De- V. Jones last Wednesday P. M. atives. Miss Pauline Howard spent Sat- Kprruy Hfmull kwln

'j and Mrs. Buddy Starling and family. gola.W.. for their monthly meeting. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Alvin McKinney urday night with. Miss Eva Ed- I

A. Swanbom who Is employed Jessie Wilson the president, was I and son, Everette, were attendingto wards. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. N Crawfordand In Ft. Myers, spent Friday and In charge. A delightful programon business In,Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Forsythe,
daughter Martha. and C. E. Saturday hare! with his family and past heroes of the denominationwas Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and of OJus la tare visiting Mr. and uur Many Years Experience Makes It; Possible for Us to Render
Crawford attended church at was accompanied home by his son given. Mrs. W. B. Hicks Mrs. daughter Betty Jo spent the Mrs. D. B. Forsythe. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Pleasant Grove Saturday and Sun- Arthur. Stevens and Mrs. Strickland were week-end In Jacksonville. Miss Dorothy Meads of Hampton MODERATE PRICES

day and while there were the'I' Gussie D"rman was the week- visitors from Waldo W. M. U. Mr and Mrs. Carol Atkinson and spent a few days last week with DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
\ guests of Mr. and Mrs Hardy Rho. end guest of Miss Jean Tyler., Mrs. Strickland discussed a study children Mrs. Russ spent the Mrs. Essie Crawford. STARKE. FLORIDA
den. Joe Bryan of Double Run was course for our Union and it was I children and Mrs. RUBS spent the Miss Edith Parmenter spent a .........
t Edwin Rosier of Jacksonville Is In this section Sunday. decided to hold it on Tuesday and tlves In Georgia.. few days In Starke last week visiting -

I visiting (,relatives here he accompanied Rev. E. S. Hicks filled his regu-! Wednesday P, M. after the 4th Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch her sister Mrs. Gladys Bur-

his parents here one day lar appointment at Odus Sunday.i. Sunday We very much desire for were visiting her parents, Mr. and ney.We
f&J!!/ lost week where they spent the:1 i .. all the women to take this study Mrs. L. A. Brown, Monday. ere, very sorry'to report that
1/f day Mr. and Mrs. Rosier were onetime CHANGE IN SCHEDULE and learn something of the missionaries Mrs. B. F, Hazen and children Pencle Davis had the misfortune For Expert RepairingSmith's
/: residents of our section and SouthboundNo. for it Is a book on China. qpent 'the weaKi-end. In Palatka to fall and break her arm last
'fH at present owns a farm here. Their -Due Starke 10:;57 P. M. After the meeting Mrs. Jones servo as guest of her sister, Mrs. Irene Monday while riding.T. .
,' friends are always glad to No. 11 due Starke 8:37: A. M ed.refreshments of sandwiches tea Thigpln. .: ,('- J. Moore and son, Clarence I
<,<- welcome many them here. No. 107 due Starke 9.07: A. M. and cake. It was enjoyed by every- Miss Connja WcGauley Is spend- were visitors to Pleasant Grove
': friends of Mrs. M. NorthboundNo. one. Fourteen members were pres ing awhile in l amps with, friends Saturday, and while there attended GaragePhone
\ The many 2--Due Starke 6.08: A. M. ent. and relatives, church.
to know she
?' L. Thompson are glad No. 12 due Starke 2:47: P. M. H. B. Wiggins principal of the There will\ be prayer meeting at
Is able to be out again after a No. 108-Due Starke 6:01 P. M. A New York inventor's radio school here spent the week-end at the Harbor Friday night.' Every- 120

", several days Illness. Starke And Wannee BranchNo. loud-speaker contains a number of his home at Hampton. body welcome.Mr. .
J' J. L. Norman of Highland, was 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. different colored electric lamps I and Mrs. Rhoden spent Sun- Wrecker Service Day Night
4' a visitor here Sunday. No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50:: P.M. that are turned on In order by an I A rotten causes abides no han day at Hampton visiting Mr.: and
"' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mr. dally except Sunday.-T. J. Griffin electric switch during programs. I dling.-Shakespeare. Mrs. Union Robinson.
'X.1'r and Mrs. Sam Yarborough and son, r

J. of Water Oak were visiting
'p.11'p.,.' Mr. and Mrs.' R. N. Crawford last "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"---Indirect Action, But Effective ---By POP MOMAND |Ic.Ee.

,. ; Tuesday night.
Rt I"av xlyy pv .wn-rp
\I" Miss Mary Oasklas U spending :: '. COMMOOORBAWFUL. l,' '"fir'' :t ';%N/fir BUT x; : WON'T HAVE NO SWAB so SHES TH GAL OF
}! I some time In Jacksonville with her JM: SORRY %BOUTAMKiN' NrN CAU-IM op IV1V < AU-- rr QOINS $} na,+, HIS DREAMS, EH.AJ.? E3ar+t: YOU SAID rr.!! *
y',;\: niece Mrs. Phillip Sullivan. '*re( : PHONE OFP'N Me UPI CAN'T HELP BEIN' 'n;;: Xt MATE tigvE THAT HE ISN'T DREAMING
B.. L. Prevatt was visiting his '-i' WAi-L. BUT WHEN t .: aeAioos COMMODORE THE e.'S FACE OF TESSIE3HAUNT -- ME'S HAVIM
',6. slater. Miss Nettle Prevatt in RED--- WELL-IT'S -- ONLY ONE 6AO.: LIKE TBSSIB J NIGHTftiAR S;"
Jacksonville\ last Friday. : SHE'S KIY DREAM> I
':' ::- .:;--. >ikmcWi .
,:' GUM BRANCH t ---' '

:. Minx Hll; ..b.-th ll.rmi... Cor. -= 11 i I "

i"; Miss Louise Sapp spent Sunday -"""" +,
1- ,: night and Monday in Jacksonville >;r -"5w
4r .
Albert Wllllama. ti n ,
"lj.' with her sister, Mrs. =
..' .
\\'t' f'lt:' SSfv
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and YAw M,#..
;l children were! guests of her part :
M. McRae 1hN3 F"
; ants Mr. and Mrs. H.

1\\e: Sunday., i 4
( Miss Bernice Stanley of Starke I (O lin, >r T.A.ee.tN, I te.
week-end with Miss Melba -
pent "

h';i:f,' Miss Clemons.Vesta McRae of Rising THE.- .. FAanLYNEXTpOOR .. = The Proper Way jvTHE'MAIN
with Helen -- -- ---- --- -- ---
pent Saturday night
%: qtr TlAT' 'TyoaJrIM "

''fMo Norman. H. Carter, Archy Hayesof 1 ; ;
Mr. W. 1tT M1! 1ANt CAR.EM rrcw
\\\Jit\ this section and Luther Woodle. ITS T+4ERE (4EVER I ,
a ''of Sandy Lane, spent the week-end, sIS4A4fi All WAS A MAN TNAsf ;, (
s' in Georgia. TMIt SIOTMtRTQ
v ", 16.1''.. H. H. Keene and son, M OuT, JAY l l lI .au!
]' Enoch and Harley of this section MtARO A I E g II,
i' j. and Mr,and Mrs. E.: N. Anderson 019! DOWhISTAIRSPM' C. NCR rI
k of Hellbron were the guests of Mr D { THINK ITS d
'1 and Mrs Johnny Anderson of Lake A Ou1tGtJ'R, 11i

Butler Wednesday. N TTtt: i I i b
5, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp attended -
church at Pleasant Grove In wr aC

"S..'' Baker County. Saturday and Sun- < 0

day.Mr.. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and
:rt: :children were vtaltlng Mr, and Mrs. 0 1
I'c: B. M. McRae Friday night. 0 f 7
Miss Margaret Sapp spent the
'n. week-end with Mla Hazel Reddish e
t, Miss Bertlce Norman is spend-
; ing awhile In Palatka with her 0

ElS\" sister, Mrs. Raymond Waters. I
Mr, and Mrs. L. t* Connor were s/ ,. L-

j the guests of their son-in-law and raa Lw... 9AY-
t daughter, Mr and Mm. Zary Crawford 1
I, s t. Sunday.. THING ON MAIN STREET --- ZelrMSuttu

I There will be prayer meeting at ,By LLtf FVgn l n
.m t the home of Mr. and Mrs.> H. L.
1. Edwards Friday night. fuzz Oslsaar J .
: W
;i There will be Sunday School at I MJONDCB w _
':" : Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman's Sun- HAHt ..1'1 f4 MR 4. noee3H '1I' ; day afternoon, July 29, at 4.00: L6AD1NCCOMMUNITY P ve IPiR it H : Don'. Thou. eoa p
pE .
.' a o'clock. NOW- CO"fN'm T. vGlyLA I..TY11N

,J Enfield. England Is to have a aAea

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'I' FCND; GOES OVER There is not the .
11' I I slightest Incompatibility -

- Economic Highlights JACKSONVILLE...Lorenzo wii- between reducing' acreage

] LIVE STATE 71 [ (Industrial News Review') 1 .Do :You Know? + j jrm eon Fair chairman commission of Florida's has announcedthat World I Wallace.!and producing well. -Secretary -

state's drive for a fund .
--- -
Happening That Affect the 01.... of --
$30.000( to
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Pull. I>ITld... fkvcka .. Kill. of at Chicago open was "going
Every Individual
-Tim of
-- J tloMl and International f r<>blrm. wI':' ::Edr"W a 1n.hw&fu'.w! : !. lw.z.I; ; over." First returns he said indicated N/irth Carolina's rivers.. .
1...p..I. Froa .. ... ". ,
Lara Welfare. '," ''':t'' '> ""-"'IIW the drive would b* completed -

.__ J_ "Zli __-- --.1>1. The drums-heralding the approaching ilij.,, ., )."".'.;'i\W ..... I before Saturday. Three. Cities, Tallahassee H 1
'. ', Lake Worth and Fort
political wars are beginning i ,
Ifs UINK MARKET FIGHTS FOR CERTIFICATES to rumble-.and the public can Pierce, wired headquarters of the 1li

h} LEESBURQ: -Sacramental winede MIAMI-The University of Miami look forward to many a knock- campaign here their quotas had .

from grapes grown In theO. will take steps to nulify the down and drag-out fight. A great gone "over the top." i
church vineyard at Lady decision of W. S. Cawthon state many elections have passed Into -

lie n. e., which was consecrated byReV. superintendent of education, that history since there were so many XOTICH of TAX\rpi.n-VTIOV UKKIt ron

L John D. Wing of Winter he will not grant taechers' certificates highly debatable Issues, so much NOTICE i* HRnrcriY GIVEN

uk bishop of the South Florida to its graduates next year. bitterness-or when there was That Joe F1, Kt.rlin hol.tcr I of 1-1(1(
the Episcopal Church, Cawthon, In Tallahassee of Tux' C.rtiflrate Nu. 14.1. I"."... grit 1:1:
oeese c? said ex- sounded In the President's radio day uf AtiKimt A. D. lest h.. filed
st winter, Is now on the market aminations yould bo required before speech of a few weeks ago- whilehe HUM r"rt Ifioat* In my office and ,....

or riling to C. T. Day who Is as- certificates would be Issued is not running his political for- mad. thwr.nn application In aoo for
,ted with Mr. Church In theneyard Miami graduates because the tunes In the future will depend Sitkl, i>r1lfk'at ."'br....... the follow se i oe Cl
business. The wine Is (leas school had not complied with loll' doarrltiod property aliuatnd In
requirements greatly upon re-election of enough Itrartfurd County, Plnr'lila, n
bed being sweet and full. of the Southern Association Democratic representatives to ,_ Rlork 3.1 I In Croiibjr l-alcn Short*"lltSOulh..t
about fourteen of -r Quarter of H..rllon 114, and l
Mies. with per Colleges.BUILDING hold firm control of Congress. In ? In N"irh Ut alcoholic content. It Is madethe his speech Mr. Roosevelt pointedto Town"hl'mlh' Knnir. 81 Kant.:

winery of the Liquid Orange APPROVED gains that have been made Infighting under Th: the aM.Haiti NNnittt rertlftoat"f .Mid l.ttiiiu nroporljr, wan .9lfclba Selector site '

ucts Company at Orlando. JACKSONVILLE The state depression, defended his In the name of leo, A, A. A. M. Mar

FERA learned from offices of Secretary measures without qualifications Y cott.I1 n.loon said fii-tlflcnt shall b" r.idftcmffd never sold/ or lets than fi

SMOLTZ ASKS AID I of Navy Swanson that said that we were well on the road i ''''''orelh'. to law, lax deed lOc. Yon now can buy
r will Issue|
on the 4th
TALLAHASSEE: GOV. Sholtz building "A" and the latrine annex to ,recovery: The Administrationhas AumiNt. A. n. 1534. day of the

., appealed to the Federal Sur.us of the naval hospital at Key West at its disposal one of the most 1934.\l Dale
Commodities Corporation, toy had been approved for use of the high-geared publicity and cam- A. 3. THOMAS. for 5 _Jii5tthinIt, long

surpluses of Florida fish as a relief administration as a chil- paign machines the country has Cl.rlc) of Circuit I t*curt
:} ace of helping the Industry dren's nursery in the rehabilitation ever seen. The machine has begunto T.6-IRHS-3 Hradfonl County, Floritia.\ Havana and milRprted'tobacco

oJi .irgraphlng Keith Southard ex. program of the Island city turn-a short time ago var- fur only 5c 'et "

Uve officer of the commodities ---. ious Administration officials Including F l.M.Vo'rtt-vi.% H TO of HKI.I.'PPf.U"'I'IO1"0It"I 10 OR'" L.\iU" on a FLOR de IELDAt J

irporation, In Washington, the GEORGIA AIDS OYSTERS head-bralntruster Rexford IN cotrnr OF COUNTY JUDGE .

overnor said the purchases would APALACHICOLA Georgia I I Tugwell started, on speechmaking ? Sfato of Klorldn I : Dradfnrd County get the matt your ';
In K. Estate of Olorla ; : J
trips to different parts of the country 1 John.t Minor.
elp the Flqrlda fishermen to get minerals make Florida oysters the Nolle In hereby given toIII "
eve ought.
Their oney
>ck on their feet"CO'iFEDERATE finest in the world, J. T. Blalock mission officially speaking whom It mar' .concern that Thrlma 9; .
I la to look things over and KlliHhoth John, aa nunrdlan of llorln qlN.wark .
president of the Apalachicola OySters Johns minor, will, on lint. I.Uwl*Cl ar Mfa. C...Mak.r* }"- ,
IS KILLED Farms, haa said. "The Chat- check up on agriculture and in day of July, A. D. 11134, fllh1o the. N.J.
the Honitrabl c. K. ui ;
dustry. By time the November lnrryniHn* County .
GAINESVILLE-Marlon Camp. tahoochee River drains the entire Judve In .and 1 for paid s ,
I'minty, at his
elections .,...
roll ,
around almost Ce.Jtw N. RNlrgr.
n, 92. of High Springs, the oldest length of Georgia, Blalock explain. every -'h,1i offlca In Htarke, In acid! County at chat cle
state will have been in o'clock A. M. I
leg Confederate veteran of Ala ed "and joins the Flint River to someone In visited by THAT the largest drydock In the world Is located In Saint John New .after' no the matter,. or can"II h..non heard th.re., forauthority a a ,.
high Administration
ma County was Instantly killed form the Apalachicola RIver.emptying' one of the great all-year aea ports of Canada The to Hell, at private sale. thn !
he was hit by a train at into councils drydock, part. of which la shown In the photograph, la 1150 feet long Interrat of the afore-mid, minor In
Apalachicola Bay. Basis of the Republican campaign and haa a width of.125 feet with 42 feet on the alll. the .fnllowlnK-deHcrllied. real estate,
few miles south of AH In sold County,
ade, just.a of the manganese. Iron and to-wltl MELBA
copper can be expressed In four words: Th. Went half of the Southeast
gh Springs. Mr. Campbell bad from the Chattahoochee drains "Back to the Constitution." quarter of th. Northeast quarter of
Kin a resident of Alachua for theist Into Apalachicola Bay. This Is the P. Fletcher new conservative head An alr-conditlontng unit for single nctliin 23, Township:.: 5 Mouth, HanKa a aI

eightyfiveyears.. mineral content that makes oysters learned the man purchased two of the Republican Central Committee rooms has been invented that II mora East or ,less containing twenty Acre. I JAe 'ij

Invaluable for building red sticks of dynamite caps and fuses Is currying his party's warhorses I Which application will b. .,.......t : CIGAR .c.nz.OAINEOViLLi9 .
fits Into a window and Is almost upon the petition for sale!
ROOSEVELTBOULEVARD" blood, and the St..Vincent and St. shortly before his body was found. preparing for the strenuous file In nuM Court. now un .

(SI WEST-The main boulevard George Islands off the coast keep months ahead. The Republicanshold automatic In operation. Dated June Inch, A. P. 19,.. CANDY CO.NOTICE ';.

re, which practically: encircles this food from that Administration fiscal policies T1IRT.MA EUJZABKTII: JOHNS, .
draining away EXTRA SESSION OUT -12lfitl7-20 Guardian 0tIIJJemUe. ..... DlabtbaalP 'i,
u Island city, ha$ been renamed TALLAHASSEE: GOV. snotts have brought us to the brinkof An Englishman has Invented a I ---- :

toosevelt Boulevard" In appreela- GATOR OR GOAT? has again declared there would be uncontrolled Inflation; that a tractor, the wheels''' of which are ry

m of the assistance given this de- JACKSONVILLE A ten-foot no special session of the State LeI( dictatorship bas bun' created rivaling covered with zigzag lines to grip J;
islon-stricken community by alligator slain here In those of Russia, Italy and
a creek displayed Islature before the regular assembly turf and roll It without Nolle la hr l ,
fVrmly >y wlven that the following lands will ba aoM at ptlbllo ;
; Federal government. odd taste In appetizers a in Germany; that tremendous federal auction on the first .
April next year. Citrus Interests Monilny In Auauxt 19.14. h.ing' th' nth day of raid
stomach autopsy revealed. Among in the state were reportedto expenditures_,reflected In Increasing leaving marks.Like1 month, before the court hou.a door at Hlarke.1 tI I In :Hradford County, State t5
RVEY KISSIMMEE VALLEY the articles the saurian taxes are eventually going to v Florida or., an much thereof a. will hM n.".. ary to pay the amount I
had due for
attempted have suggested special sessionto luxe" let oppo.lt. the aan,., together with the coat of such, ale
JACKSONVILLE: The state to masticate were twenty enact new laws for the industry. bankrupt business and agriculture!; the tape that reels back and advartUlna". I'f'}'

CRA has announced i It would small pine knots; two quarts of Some representatives of citrus Interests that the'NRA and i other bureaus Into Ita shell when not wanted the T.1K ,

ke a survey of the Kissimmee gravel a five cent piece; several have talked with the Governor which seek to regiment Industryand newest electric light cords for Deer/p/lu SH T H A. 0...... .AU__. '

ver Valley in which flood-like keys; a small bottle; a ball of haywire here recently. subject It to strict federal control lamps reel out of sight all the surplus Corn 11111 ft W of NR Cor

nditlons are repeated to have ; the ear of a hog, and tag are opposed to our traditionsand cord. of W>4 of NW'xi of 8K>4 .1,<
of NRA f
run H345 ft
yen the cattle from pasture from a dog collar. PENKNIFE KILLS SHARK are making dead letter of .-- W too ft, N: 145 ft, K .,;.

ida to the highlands to deter. SARASOTA = There was little the constitution. MAIL SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE lOll ft to .lirit_____.._....28 8 11 K>:".l. Short' __________._, 1018 'if,

lot costs of alleviating the sItu. LOWS HEAD OFF else for Oliver Lang, Sarasota to I It also appears that there Is to I Com of WIA 200 ft of W NW of>4 NB of HHJti!for .,f

Ion. Permanent flood control JACKSONVILLE-An unidentified do but to fight when a shark eight ; be a third side to the campaign Train No. Mall Close of NR'4 A run H 1411 ft. .J>-

irka are necessary a delegation white man his head blown off and one-half feet long and weigh. carried on by one of the most brilliant 11 Parcel Post South 8:40.: .. m. I WillS 109 ft to n,H.g.t NHafellf 1 22 :;.
a.n.vA Town _
.___. 10.1,
Id Administrator Julius F. Stone by dynamite which police said he ing 232 pounds took after him In unpredictable of Senators 107 Letters & Special Lot 1 t of Silk t. Or laInn .

and legislation providing these evidently had placed in his mouth shallow water. Lang, who was William Borah of Idaho. Senator Delivery. South .._.0SO: a. n. I Town of Htark In '.' ,*, v .

U be sought at the next sessionthe was found in a vacant lot near a scalloping, turned on the shark Borah haa started on a speakingtour 1 ''Letters it Parcel Post Nlfl<4 of WI4. -____,-.,.. t 22 ElvIna Moran ,..,........_. ll.IS
Lota 2. 1 4. B of Blk 4
Legislature downtown section/'Police said they with a penknife and cut It to death. on his own hook, during whichhe /.4.South .._____ 6:00: p. m. OrlarlnalTown, aCtUarR--, ,.,,

I will follow in the footsteps of i 12 Parcel Post A Letters 10 NW4_ of HWM...._....21 0 12 T. A. Brlnaon__.._::_____ r 1011.111__ .i.
leading Administration speakersand North ._-_..___?. 3:00: p. m. WHi of Lnt.' H, 7 of Tllk III ; .n
Orlarlnnl Town of "Stark.In .
present another side of the pic 108 Letter & Special Delivery .___ NK 4 of BW14. ..,III 1 11t Mr. M. 13. Edward....__ 106.1S.
ture. Mr. Borah's greatest love in North .______ B:40 p. m. W'4 of Lot 4 of hilt tK, .
life is the Constitution, and he has 2 Letters A Parcel Post (irlB-lnalTown of mark.
In of _____n
NISM HWVi--T : 23 C. A. Flitch and r
no love for experiments which. In North _._,-...... 6:00: p. m. Jo. .HlHtrunk ..__._____ 4.08
his belief, .weaken and change It. Mail arrives .......... 1:50: p. m Bile 51 tin ext.n.led" on Kit.ey '

However the Senator Is not a particularly Starke & Bell! Branrh of Mtark.Map, Orlalnul:In NEyof5Wy Town( '

zealous admirer of the Mall clones ____?._.. .6:BO a. m. \ --. -.--_-_ .211 5 12 Gulf Il.flnlna- Co..______ 181.411.. ',
present I set-up of the Republican Lot '1 AI M OK, ft of Lot

party either, and so his vote-get Trilhyto ti.rilk A 1'llo..ton.Cu'a, Addition.

ting usefulness is lessened accord- UtarK --- -... .88 I 21 nay N.wiiom .
Ll.f pier. at f eneies, ingly.. The other day be said that Lota 1. t 1H 14 of Blk l r-. 17.45
M ..
Sp..dspurw..1 FloridaAPPROVES 10. L'IvlnRetnn\ Truhy MCo'a {
$ ..fr.. neither major party la offering a Addition to Htarka.21 1 12 J. n. 11I001'.. ._.
PonerN olrs .,. ...,.____ 17.15
xnw dJ..i.hNlela program that would advancethe Lota 6. 7 of. Bile 29!, 1.1 v.Invaton .
., proper_ Interests of the. ordinary man; Truhy' A Cu'
iont.ty low prjcLito.r.l .. pointed to what he considers major THEw1Ls Addition to Stark.------2$ I 23 Mub.l Helen| Menareau_ 14.15
Q.H.A.C. Lots S, '. T, fI, 0. 10 of Blk
<..... fontian ...,MG.ti.tfl weaknesses and;oversight In both 111, Llvlnnaton, Truby ACi

y./... "mlth Mo'F,.n.r platform. .>'. Addition to $lark.,25 t 22 Frank Morgan ......?-. 18.75
1104,.. .nrf fimtt_ Greatest advantage of the Democratic Lot. 1, 0. a, of DIN 1, r.I v. I ,
No D.ltV..HI.tJOft. InRaton Truby --.o '
life.. ::ub> oAanJ. > h party la that It la runningthe Huudlvlnlon/ r..-_._....,25 t 22 Annie William '?.._.___ 17.15 -:'
U Uiau* a..is. government and la spending All Rile 2. T-.lvlnr.ton, '.
A. Cu'a
Truby Mubdlvl
money-that always gives the party .Ion ..,-.2 t 21EVd : Annl. William. __
In power a decided head start In of Blk *. Ix>t. ft.4 M "
an election. Today the Administration nt Hlk +1. 1.1"III."ton.
ft ..'
Truby Mutidlvl.Ion -
has about ten billion dollar .,-21 < 22: Unknown ..___.....__ its
in the till which It can spend Lot t of Elk II, Lirlna.Stun .
almost without check according to Truby Co'a Bul>. .
division' .... ..___.. .21 I 11WH .
the wishes of the President. No -? -E..U Short ..__.___ 7.<'S
of Silk 12, LIvlnIr..inn '
other Administration ever bad so .. Truby A. Co'a .."b.

much money. division. .- ,2i t 22: Klla: Matthews _......._ 14.IS
Lot, 1. 4 of ilk H. l.lfInaaton.
Business has entered Into the expected Truhy A Co'*
Hulidlvlalon 21 22Lot -. Kphram
Thomas __.._ 6.05,
ueaaonal decline that always
1, S of IS 1,1
comes with summer. A short Ingnton.-Truby. A. Co'

time ago a sizeable! drop In ataelIn&ot I Subdivision __._21 I 22 .. K. Ka'll*.._-W-- _____ i. _mm._
;. production occurred-one of Lots 1, 4 or IIH 1 of BIle IS, -- n.
: l-lrlnf.ton. Trilby A
the best barometers of business in for VALUE : Co' Subdivision-----,2$ 1 22: O.car Dell ?._..___ 788
general. Cotton textiles and lum- Lots t.'l. 1,4. I of Blk f, ,

wus w.lNwreW;.N N NIhLYhaaliN, ber, along with other leading basic Costs less to cwn this 4- lion PLnu ad.to A.Stark Truby..*__Addl._____.IS 12 A. Z. AcJkln...:;....__ 144.11
.c Industries, are also reporting curtailment door dan-ONLY A fI, 1 of Blk .. Da,,l lA .
i of production.'. Trub,'* Addition to
LITTLE OVER Mtark ..___, ..__...IS 22 A.
The Annalist, brings the moot $52S'd u -. X. Adkln......___ 17.IS
\ = Lot. I 2, fI, 7, 10 of Silk S, I
question as to whether we are now llvcrcd equipped.' You .... riavla A. Truby'. Add).

entering' mild temporary recession $200, notes arc. smaller! tlon to Stark._________.:21 1 21 A. z.. A4kln.-,__, tl.SS
whether Lot 4, 1,1 of Bile H Ea M Sft
or uncertainty aa
ft. J. Jon* Addition
," 61 to future will the declineto _..__ ..-.it
?.e the cause to Stark .- 1 12 31raMaryOW.lnwriaht-
.... for ECONOMY
u ,
continue until the elections are : Lord I, 1,6. 4,4,1,5n1
Blk I, Illvhway: Addition
over. One person's answer to that Costs .... t. drive this car to Mtark._____..-.21 t It Mr..Mar20.Walnwrl.ht. 11.VS
question la as good as another's.However I Lot 1 of Hilt I, Hltrnway '.
it may be expected that ; -2S TO 30 MILES PER Addition to Stark.--_.21, 21 Gulf n.flnlna- Co.__ U.ii

until the temper of the voting i GALLON. u... .loss..,. Easy Lot.Hlk 1,>1., Hla-nway 4. S.. 1 7 'Addl-. of ,

pubUc toward national policies .is on tins. You save money ties to tmrk..__-..-_.. I 1J Mr. MaryOWalnwrlght. II."
shown capital win naturally be inclined Lot. 4. .. 1. 7 of Silk 1. .
to be cautious. every mile with a WILLYSIfor'6EAUTY I B. s. Matth.w Addition ,
"A" to Htark.___._.21 | 21 rior.nc B. e.no"a.__ '.,U
The next decisive change'so far Lou S, f, 10 of Blk II,
aa business large la concerned : Tempi* Addition lo
but Stark* ... __ .21 JJ TA.. jr. are.n._
why drive anything aPONTIAC la likely to come through reorganization -- ---. __. IMS
Iota 1. 7 of Blk 11, Tern
of the NRA The other day Full streamline design pies Addition to Htark.M I 21 C. A. Futch and

the Aaaoclated Press reported that SPLITS THE AIR LIKE AN Jo. .Ml.trunk/ ___-_ '.'1
It Lota *. 10 of Silk ... T.mpl -
had learned, through) a Rellabk .4
source close to the administration ARROW. Seo and drive this .'. Addition to Htark.21. I ]] Warren PerkIn. ..._..? 1.IS'
Lots 1, 1. 7. 1 of Silk 4.
8 that the NRA was, to receive a car. It'.the coming leader J. U. Alvart Additionto

thorough overhauling. That report In the _-price field I Ntark. _..,..___..__ ,21 I 22 -* J. J. Bull.n....___-._._ s.is
Com ft B
I37Vi of KM Cor
baa not been dlsputed- -and la easea ot .. lloyt l
of this kind unlearn a denial la 149 WILLYS DEALERSIn Mu J.: : nw"JJ'a ft, X l
10* ft. W 10S ft, S 105 .
.Immediately 'forthcoming. It may the South. Parts ft to B....___H____._... I 21 -. ',W. B. lIau.bart..__ ..u j
be taken for that the
grantfd; rumor corn H4 ft B of NB Cor

much more for *little mort Owners say 16 to 18 miles to the nation.SeeTTT. I' la strongly' founded. and .rvlea available of* Broadway on N aid. A of. ICoytKt ItoycMt :, > '. eu +

IOA ft, a '
:. Drive It Compare prices Arbor Day a legal holiday In !'At."ru.n.fa, ft, W S2fe ; .
R. S.. WASDIN ft tu Ba-; .... _. ._.___
many states lest waa observed la > 2S I 12 w, B.: aul'betr.----, ....
ircbraafc on April 10, 1872. on Com 111 ft B of NB. Cor
of Hroadwar A Hoyt .
T/ich! occasion more than a million STARKE. FLORIDAR. lit. "II01 .,ld* nt 14oyt''
feegisterMotorCompanySTARKE. tree were planted. Mt .t/"lfa n Is*/ '
; OvJth
11. EVANS MOTORS *(* ; p ,
ft to 8.....__ ... .. .21 1'
Two of our preHDt"V. 8. Senators State D4t11b.teesJaekaoavWi 1 21 Mv.. >Cdna4'JLaWr.. ....... i1.54 j)
FLORIDA are blind. \ ,Tampa, ,Miami CARL JOHN' ,,Taa'Cof.etor 'Ia

I( '.. elty.S.tark.llorlds., iC

'Y4'1"OeA.; ,gar"', 'y+m +U" fe Rl'"t W .

_, ._- -- __m -_____ .. __" ,._._ ____ __'_' -- AY, dl7LY2a

6r1 ; : Boxing and wrestling matches J.
".. _." : A Thomas, cleric
I ,ocielyJj are being held every Thursday cult court, will attend of th,
H.G JYON A/AT/0/VAL night at the transient 'camp on meeting of the Florida a *
"" Lake Brooklyn near Keystone Clerks Association C
PU to be
A Ci'i'MP/Ovrhgp .LIC.NKS he
1 Heights, according to an,'announce Gainesville .MonJsy. The ,
ment|> the.'. f the n u
I'. ::-- CHAMP/ON y .aiaiugeinent'"t> of the meeting, It was
Junior W. C.. Convention to Worthy Grand Matron O.E.S .: 6YANcAYMa\ r /930 camp.the entertainment.No admission"i_charged for fled to settle method on a of uniform and II

Be Held'''Here Friday Visits Local] Chapter.The 4" accounting

Plans were completed this week Starke Chapter, Order of 1f r i iv .)1':1'. j.... ==---

for the Junior Woodmen Circle Eastern Star was honored Monday .7J.O.8Hl ,:; ,
District Convention which will beheld evening when the Worthy Grand W I Mrs. Gertrude fiodbey IUnlaw

here next Friday, July 27. Matron ;Mrs. Nancye' RIckard rot / .\ S 1'. Flors!
The meeting will be held at the Miami, paid her official visit to.th; :':' :: /YGAJ; ,
Woman's Club Building and the Chapter. ii FLOWERS FOR ALL
It-- morning session will begin at ten The Chapter room was ,very artistically ':. .:rA ;;i.r"to ;

thirty and close at twelvethirtyP. decorated in, the, color ; J<\4-1T2 ?.t'IL.4: Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers
M.\ when luncheon will be serv- of'pink and with > ;II\\!\
green .. xffijzTJLOADAS
ed the the Mothers of .. ot '" ...,, Artistic Floral DesignsWe
guests by of asters, ,crepe myrtle/ oleanders! ; I..,.,< / :;, ', '..( -::
the Starke Junior Order. The after- I
and roses effectively used,
against : k'
noon session will be held from one- a background of bamboo and other I ) '.,gab, FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Tim',

thirty to four o'clock P. M. greenery. '. ".>\ / 1"I I I Member Florist: Telegraph' Delivery Association!! ,
Officers from Starke, Gaines -- \ '/ A Guaranteed and Bonded Service
As the guests salved they wen I'
ville and Ocala Groves will presideat served punch, with Mrs.G. W. Rob- I"h ,!tA.f ( I 311 CHURCH ST.

this meeting, and the state prize erts Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mrs 1 r t. PHONE No 41,
winning team of Gainesville will be William Norris presiding at the o STARKE FLORIDA

? present at this meeting.The punch bowl which was surrounded .r, 1 ,

.Junior Groves to be represented by quantities of,summer flower, GIGANTIC .
are: Jacksonville, three In the colors of pink and green. I IIL' -
Junior '"-Circles; Gainesville, High Proceeding the meeting two piano YELLOJVAC.

;y ,Springs,'' Alacbua, Lake Butler,I duets were rendered by ,Clara WINGATiS /
k"" Ocala, Crystal River, Inverness, Flume and Frances Overstreet. ''' 4c; r ''GTSH Plain Self --=
or Rising
Leesburg and Starke. I I The Grand Matroh.Mrs. 1

sti : ___ ._._. __ ._.... _n __ RIckard worthy, was introduced with;. a STBGk

Baptist,W. M. U. Meets beautiful ceremony, ten little girls, lona !

i The business and meet Mary Alice Yarbough Betty Sew- MI1l/OHS. r .N / I/LO TOB Flour
program ,
ell, Wanda Pearce, Betty Hayes, r '"
t of'the Womans Missionary TL42GEST
:Ing Baptist Marjorie Manning, Janet Anderson \\ .
y Union held at the
was Melba Silcox, Helen Kruse, IN.AA1G.e/C. 6 lbs. 121bs. 241bs.
church Monday afternoon with the 481bs
Hilda Searing and Shirley Montgomery 1\- '
president, Mrs., A. M.\ Darby pre- /
dressed in organdie In the 1- 25c 45c
siding. colors, red, yellow, white, blue and 89c, $1.75
The program for the afternoon green, making the Introduction; OYEZ oS FEET

was In charge of Circle Number Bach little girl presented; tQ the Western Dry Salt (Boneless
One. Mrs. E. C. Priest, Circle Leader Worthy Grand Matron>*'''bouquel NIGH ANO ../'EET )

assisted by Mrs. Ruth Courtney, of summer flowers, the' color of -< AT '8A.l MEAT
Mrs R. L. Kemp and Mrs. R. A: the flowers matching the,color of s5rrb. .. Ib. 12c
I' ......
Thomas, took'part{ on the interesting her dress. Mrs. Rickard' was also 'fl- ,,,
patriotic program which presented a gift from'' the' Starke 1'':' .i)it"" --.' -d/
r" had been arranged for the after- .
noon. Chapter" "1 't,.:
Next to be introduced with the Grandmother's Fresh Plain
or SllBRE'A'D
Plans were also completed for
Worthy Matron, Mrs. Lorena Ep.; n
an Informal tea to be given at person making the Introduction One of the most remarkable atof'ahols] I lole. On one side he found it a little sti, m

-I the from Pastorium Friday slit afternoon were.,, Mi Verna Bullard of Gainesville nlstory took place on the Jacksonville ,!and slanting toward the cup lIe too:*

I,* .xI 'when ,Circles four-thirty Number to One o'clock and Past Grand Matron; Mrs. .municipal course in 1930 when Bob Win- :areful aim and tapped his ball'gently to
ella Green of Tampa, Associate ;ate, of Jacksonville the National '
Three will entertain Circle Number won ward that side. ,It barely missed Gre .n t

k Two.The.. Grand,. Mclntoch'Matron: ; Mrs., Grand Myrtlce Marshall Carter *, 'ublic Links Championship from. Joe oall and was just coming to a stop beside; 14 oz. Loaf Family Loaf Pullman Lout
Irta .toERIEtON0lAyitUlt3
green of Philadelphia. the. hole when it struck the stiff
.(It;! ktr.. Minnie Cogan, Tampa, Grand great'and
t planet Pluto, science says, Organist; and Mrs. Ruby McNair, The match was all square to the 36th rolled over sidewise into the cup. So '

will continue, grow in brightness Ugh Springs, Grand Instructor of 'reen. There, Wingato was almost
unitl 1989 and then gradualy dim. District 8, who were each presented > stymied. If ho could sink his, put, shot that had suddenly endct1

h gifts from the Chapter. :e would win championship. He ex- ,:he match, that he, actually' fainted o.,
'n,med the +carefully= around the he trreen.
s Othejr<< distinguished .guests Introduced .
I were,' Mrs. Salome
I / Malnes, of Lake Butler, Past Grand Corbin Carnell Has Baptist Circles Notice Exp. Co. Bldgs. Janit. etc 390.00 MEAL Pure Creamery-Tub or Print

IK1h RlTI/THEATRE Electa; Mrs Opal Reed of Green Birthday Party __10 Light, Fuel & Water ? 00.00 BUTTER, lb. 29c
Circles Number One and Threeof
Cove Springs, Grand Representative Insurance _..-____?__ 100.00 OR
I* BTARKX, FLORIDA of British Columbia: Mrs. The following Item clipped from the Baptist,W. M. U. will entertain Incidentals ._____ 900.00 IONA-Tender, Green

Daisy Hardee of Palatka, Grand the Daytona Beach Sun-Record Circle ,Number Two Friday Gen- Court. work. clerk.. 500.00 GRITS PEAS :'e eNa;.3
p Program: beginning July Roth Instructor of District 23; Mrs. will be of Interest to Starke friends afternoon from four-thirty to six Paupers _____...___ 1500.00 ; 27C
\ Betty Underwood, Grand Represen- of little Corbin Carnell grandson o'clock at an Informal tea at the Exp. of Elections _____ 300.00 S lb. Z Can
; Saturday., Sunday, Wednesday tative of Arizona. of Mr. and Mrs. F A* Scott: Pastorlum. All members are urgedto Indexing _______ 160.00 HeGRANULATED Spinach lOc

n 'r ,...,w, -JO 1")1.. A :::'sixte-WorthyzMatro: a. and ."Mrs: Stanley:CarneU,. ntertalad attend. __ Tax.Assessor '_________ 1500.00

FRIDAY. JULY 20 -- Past Worthy Matron-and-wtwo ,.,.a;party,Sat4r r. Past Patrons from other chapters at her home In Ormond in honor of Outstanding lndebt. Fund 730.00: DIXIE CRYSTAL BRILLO 2"plcgs.'ISc"SUGAR
"C lllt Luck"Pat in the state were greeted. her son Corbln's fifth birthday.Games IN NEW ESTIMATE Reserv. fqr Contingencies.' 500,00

A :'Patterson, Herbert: Mundln During the ceremonies C. Wes were!\ played by the young OF COUNTY EXPENSES OCTAGON SOAP

r ley, Larson of Keystone Heights guests on the spacious lawn until ''- Total ______.__ '11,492.00 ll
.f1r: SATURDAY JULY 21 was Initiated Into the order, and ate afternoon when they were invited (Continued From Page One) Fine ft Forfeiture''' Fund Peg lOc

'Murder In Trinidad' during the initiation' Mrs. Della indoor for refreshments. counties have'usually been paying Sheriffs Dep. Costs ___ $2000.00. S"lb 28CPowder j

Nigel'BraoHeather' Angel Green, accompanied at the piano "A large birthday cake bearing September's bills, which were for Constables, Coat Bills..:.' 50,00Co .
Victor Jory by Miss Mona Alderman, sang the pink candle and ornamented with accounts in the old fiscal year, in .Judge Cost Bills __._ 800.00 SOAP cake ,6c|
Initiatory music. t?' spun" candy flowers: in pink and October that being the first monthof Co. Pros. Att. Conv, Fees 750.00 SUNNYFIELDCORNFLAKES LITX SOAPFLAKES

SUN. A MON. JULY l:8-za.: The Worthy Grand..Matron Mrs. teen* farmed the centerpiece 011tbe the new fiscal year. Therefore, Baliffs, ____.....______. 150.00 27c
'Baby Take A Bow' RIckard, gave an Inspiring address lace-covered refreshment table. In cyder to get this matter adjust Witness Fees ___....?.__ 900.00 3 pkgs.
using aa her subject, "Co-opera- Each place at the table was'mark- ed the auditing department has Feeding Prisoners, etc. __ 1200.00 HIRES ROOT BEER
11 t;;, Shirley. Temple. Janice Dunn, which each guest present ed with Individual baskets of candy Instructed the Boards, of County Sheriffs Com. on Fines, 200.00
tion" 25cCOFFEE
y 'i'. Claire Trevor new Inspiration gave tor rdo greater attached_ with a streamer of Commissioners, in .making thelf Pay of Jurors ..__.__ .QO.00 8 oz. Pke. 6c Extract 9.0x. bottle

.( TUKS. A WED. JULY 24-25 I things for his or her.chapter. ribbon to tiny favors. The cake was budgets, to add an item for outstanding Guard at Jail __._.__ 360.00
During the social period,A sweet a gift to Corbin by Mrs; n.'K!:: indebtedness fund to Incidentals _.______ 123.00
The Trumpet Blowatf ,i course was served by the committee Rowe. i. ,.,, ,.,., take care of the above mentioned Reserv. fqr Contingencies 129.00
t' :' George Raft, Adolph Menjou to the eighty guests, present. :>'Mrs, 'Carnell" was assisted In September's bills. After' this' the Outstanding Indeb. Funa 800.00
Frances Drake Representing Chapters out of serving by 'Mr. Lowe and Mrs. first :year under the new set up

}ti THURSDAY, JULY 26 town,were! Lake ,.Butler Dr and Cauley.Whltehurst, and the guest the expenditures will be provided I Total __...__.___ 7,860.00 8 O'clock Ib. Red Circle Ib Bokar lho
end l for on the;feasts+ Mrs. J. E. Malnes, Mr. Mrs. list Included: Mary Nell Plnholster.
Ya a "Shoot The Works"Ben "From this It win be seen that Allowances _.____ ._. $1200.00 25c
I R. 'C.' Drew, Mr. and Mrs. !N. B. Dorothy Brantley. Jean Lowe, ? --=-. 19c 2Ie'
{Ii} Bernie and Hla Band Rosier and Mrs.Dallle Epperson; George Severance, Jr., Amos Rlv- figuring this ;year's budget and deducting .
'ill the amount allowed for the Total,.____-._.____ 1200.00
Dorothy Dell Jack Oakle Green Cove Springs'MH.: William ell, Frank Rlvcll, Jr., May Edna ,
: and many others.' Brooker, Mrs. Opal Reed, 4r.. Lesley tonna Sue and Paul Shlles, Waldo Outstanding ,Indebtedness Fund, -

l{ Woods, Mrs. William,SummerIII Moore; Jr.,- Darrell Carnell, Jr. the net amount of the budget will Fancy Santa, Clara-'.-.. site.
Mrs. Plaxon, Mr>-Bthel Jennings Shirley Loekhart and Harold Wald- be found, and,it will be seen thatit
and Im- 1. much leas than last year' SCHOOL OF THE 25c
Mr- Mrs: Charles roD, Port Orange. PRUNES J 41bs.
f .bach and Miss Maryt )axon; Wal i figures. DANCE ,

HOWIWOMEN do, Mrs. Eva Raulerppz4-and Miss Celebrate Birthday ?' "This saving to the taxpayers
Annabel Raularson; Gainesville, Anniversaries was made possible by the most STARKE FLORIDA RAJAH SALAD Pint Jar
Miss Verna Bullard Mrs. ArthurC. g painstaking efforts on thepart of S
"CAN WIN MEN Brown; Tampa, Mrs. Minnie Co- A large crowd gathered at the the Board to cut out every possible TAI--, WALTZCLOG DRESSING 13c

gan; St. Petersburg ). .. Durand home of Mr. and Mrs,. J. E. 'Norman Item that could be eliminated and BUCK
Tucker; Miami Beach, Mra. Lillian on Sunday. July 8, in celt- not impair the efficient wordings; PURE FRUIT FLAVORED GELATIN DESSERT
tf AND MEN WIN Smedley; High Springs. Mr. Ruby bratlon of the sixty-ninth birthday of the county government Enroll Now-Close Lessens '

McNair and Mrs. 'Margaret Hall; nnversary of Mr. Norman's ,,brother "It is also hoped that with the START MONDAY JULY 23. SPARKLE 2Pkg.
: Ocala, Mra. Pearl Holland, Grand Henry Norman, the thirty- funds on hand at the end of the Make Yourself
u' The Favor of Other Men Popular
t # Instructor Ocala District, and ninth anniversary of' the tatter's' nscal''ear. and the Increaaed'rtV- ,
Ural_ of Ml. Jala' flaw.81', LEARN TO DANCE THE OLD RELIABLE
: ,
hilt."ate "
onjRoberK Norman and the ninth
these with other vtnitcra reient ,
from the
It-1 enues
your i .oroam >- expected '
.l' I food: r-, ..your:l Tal...*.pcrioa rd :* made a total of eighteen'ebapten birthday anniversary of little William Track'.Fund, th.t7the county mill- Inatructiona By
1oI0.ntot ana
.:yours.... .-,\,. ,01:1 h grandson of Henry A OCTAGON SOAP Giant BarsCalumet
.k... ..' ..,ldIlp: :, t represented. d' ... Morgan age can be..materlally'reduced.. PROFESSIONAL DANCER ,- .
\ 'mPl'ltt :\: N.rman. This la moat surely to result If the ,Address:

,><: r....otats.........w..!! n.rn nvU.r-: Me At the noon hour\, dinner was Board can get some satisfactory p $
1.ft .6"1 served from a Urge table which J. J. WILLIAMSSTARKE
'I;': rw':"''"; ;: =-: NOTICE :- settlement with the holders of the .. 141-01. 'tll'
Bat do** tat* ....... ",I".... _WI!. was filled with bountiful supply outstanding Road Bonds without :, FLORIDA S-ot can ,
:t..f ells' l i. :.. plU. 1aaatI... This $la to announce that of delicious food., raising the mlllage for the inter- BAKING POWDER 13c 23c
i" .h....In* muM .nd,, Q_ noII..i! afternoon Ute : ,,
'I Uoo\ ar..pt 7O..r I am now operating the Late In the gutat.ereturned est and sinking fund. It Is greatly 11c
ikm, vsOar : X o I.for u.. to, their.*homesit wishing GRAPE NUTS, Package
.. oat of sour ..... ..aJd Gulf Gasoline and Oil Service feared however, that unless some
_.... .oi Toasties pkg.8e
d .J er.5 sow s c. w..J.i Station on Road 13. between Get CERTO
birthdays. court action will be brought : Rid ofMalaria 2ge.
:! kite win fey
*a ItM *w of- frl** affair
/: *...P | dony pol.o. ,.mi soda| TIM the Court House and ,Those egioying1'this were: holders or 'defaulted' bonds and' :
mUd Instant Pkg.1Oc|
oar e. r edid. wWoh tart. Postern can 49c Post Bran
rn.4rk. School House arid would Rev and Mrs. C.1 Crosby and ,
: :( I the tax levy forced up.'' I
.Pee., lade Itmr !5, children, Mr. and Mrs; X T. Barnes.Mies -
.s; .\ .
dl nly appreciate a portion of yoUI'buslnel& The Board la holding constant
,.:.t you wr. _kin., start 6.eoy ya1::: .' Ella' Mae/, Sapp Miss, Edna meetings with the bond holder! I I .
< "
Lewts..putae: Mar? U ttjIr.: and ,
Pill rdl M"omotbian
t 'dlrNtloa. ..tla.. tna .. d.g. Sincerely irs. E4 Drlccer., and two children agents and endeavoring to arrive I ENCORE PREPARED:
,.. .. ,. at a satisfactory settlement before '
t rMn...._-1........ _feel.. sash eo Iof _fee_It! E. W.; HAYES James Norman, Mr. and ).I... the tax levy la made." I Banith Chills and Fnrw/ SPAGHETTI 2.TaU Cans 1!
Ask for Carter UIU Lira Pill by: Jesse Morgan. Mr.E11"' Grtffls, ;
and Ri(v....1".sob ion Clt3l.a.JL Cw Mr. and Mrs.. Joe 'Norftian,\Mr. Following I. the temporary bud Te conquer Uilurb you-.si do two ,
,, things. (I) Destroy UM infection! tat the '
:c get for the fiscal year 1934:, :
I. and Mrs. Eddie Norman end' three General Funa come U) BiiOd up UM blood to over UAKER MAIDwlth Tomato B-UKA
children of Waverly:FlaC ,,, Ute effects and to fertifr against
NIGHT Boat Salary, Clerk -..--a._$ 900.00County I further attack.There rk &
Piene: DAY OR is one medicine that ,f ; Beans 2 IfrozcansNA
Junior.WoodmenCircle .Commissioners ,__ 900.00 i dots these two thin*?sad that to Grove's .
,. Sheriff Alt. Comrs., 0X00 TuUlew Chill Took! .
/ -. qui-
1'1 Swim Grounds ... B.o... Fish To Meet SaturdayA .
Insanity Inquiries._. 150.00: alae la Grovet Tutoteis Caw Teak destroy Ripe Fail Pack "

f 11 well u..... practice meeting of the Junior StaUoaery.* tc.*. (blanks) 130.00Record : *the malarial infection in the blood !
r Woodmen Circle will be held Saturday Book*.;;.,...aa .. '.300.00 scads while lbe of iron build up the blood.Thou- TOMATOES 2 No. 2 cans 1

'. )'f ,AT EARLTON BEACH afternoon. at two-thirty o'clockat AlL for Ob. Comrs. ..' 30.00 with the ptople sid of have Grove's conquered TactelcM Malaria Chin ,

I 6 40 apse Mlles .eiP.r..rlaZ.t f\\tr. Mrhlt. ,mmi Kara the Woodmen HalL, .Mr./'Mamie Supervisor Registration; 240.00 Tonic la addition to being a noted remedy qUAKER MAID-DeUclou*. PaveAPPLESAUCE
,: Denmark Junior\ '( )la Coroner's lojuesU rs". ; 300,00 for Malaria, It Is she an acellrat
& Dn.rW1T-rTbev.d.r.' ".c..i'ni 5uday Nlgbt. requesting that aUime! Repair. Co. fldgs. 4; :: tonic of a..rat118, Cwr V Tuteleu \ :3:No,2 2 2I 25 2'HE
I Dlxrl .IE. Jbr ". Chill Tonic cans
!t .JAzz t present!: FYI tIt COo(Court4Hours100.00 Is pleasant to Uk sad contains :
fCONBEfATloll ..... } wnUag....fId.1MD children like Itt
IIq'AHJI: A1SD ROCND ANcno County Jail .a** !* :;00 00 ** i

h .......pl' JlI.-L.. Pr.r-OnM ,n.._ ............. da ......'h I* moat-beautiful to overcomeInjury Furniture, and FIxture.Rf' r tt by and all ttore they can' New take two It softly itei-tut XX-and tale I//.
by kindness than to ppoe ,county Court ..... ,00.00
If 1111. from G.la.rlllo yea 0.... Helgata.. to 'It the ob Unncy:oT hatred.alerlus .-I ''County Jail ....i,_:.., ,SO,00 $1.mock The as the$1 Me IM sbe coaUla sad Pea 2H you time! J5%as : GREAT ATLANTIC&: PACIFIC TEA COIP'I'

Maaimus. Adv. Required by law, ,_, 200.00

.d'loI. tr,1; ',a ; +w ...'",. ,.,,'j '! \' ,A. -- '..
,,':.1i' \ """ .j '-. \C '.,,1'." I."

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= --' r- ,' -' -__ .. ____________.. .___ _____ -_o- -_.- ----.- --------
r-- G. W. Andrews of New River, ,I ;Mrs.: W. L. Edwards and ItttloUaughter Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. +
and granddaughter Mies Dorothj:' Fredrlka. of Jacksonville T. T. Long are expected home today -
Hazen of Jacksonville, were visitors are spending this,'week 'at from a ahcwt visit in Bacon-
Bits of here Wednesday* Kingsley Lake with Mrs. Edwards' j '" .:Do You Know? + I ton Ga., with their mother, Mrs.

parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. W. T. Jackson.;

Mrs. :Jessie Mae Blakely spent Stet.' ," ,
Sunday'In Lake City with her bro "- .'" '
local NeWs ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .A,/*; Long of Pensacol*, NAT SEZ: [ j 1
Mra. Johnny Baisden., Mrs. F. A.!* Canova and little

daughter, Mivy Ann, of Gainesville r TUB KV.ASIVE" DOLLARA
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mrs. W. J. MUls of Athens, Ga., were In; Starke Sunday visiting a dollar Isn't quite the,same

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. S. As In the days of,yore.,.
I Ia. Mrs. O. J. Grills at the Epperson ,E. Brownlee. It gambols through the busy gantb[
cottage at Kingsley Lake. More swiftly than before-
round for ham or rice
-i Mrs: Eunice Clarke and daughterand It's handed ;
a.-.. Is done.
Its task quickly
Blakely, spent M. Mott L. B. Earl Searing of Lacoochee: spent son; Miss Blanche and Billy,
Mae Crosby and Mr. meet it
Jessie The same day you .may
of have been of Mrs.Clarke' .
the week-end in Starke with his Tampa guests
Frid y to Jacksonville.O and Mrs. H. H. Howard of Brooker 2 INae twice
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Searing a,bro hlll'.ln-law! and sister,
were visitors here
Saturday.Mr. But always on run.<
at their home on.South Wal-. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green; for, ax
Haynes of Hampton, was a Moro nut., several days, '
business visitor here Monday. P. M. Barefootwere With prices all becoming high,
In Brooker Sunday afternoon Red Ernest Its value grows so short, f
Kerce and Hewittof Mr. and Mfs. Eddie Wolfe of i
Hazen'of Brooker, was a visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen. Where once a gallon it would buy,
T. C. Lake Butler'' were visitors to Jacksonville and Miss Doris Reed
visitor here Monday afternoon Harley Starke Monday afternoon and of Tarpon Springs, spent the week- It scarcely buys a quart. 4}
:Miss Mattie, St. Augustine ware callers at the Telegraph Office. end in Starke with Mrs. Wo"e'sbrother Mongst strange illusions which ;'

Powell, Jr., of Macclenny,, and Miss Abble Harley of and sister-in-law Mr. and must strike
Tate visitor to Starke Tuesday. Lawtey, were visitors here Monday.W. ,Mrs. Sam Anderson. With wonderment our eyes
was a I We find a dollar looking like
S. Sternberg of Orlando, spent
J. W. Surrency of H. Hart, left Wednesday for the latter peat of last week In Mrs. J. S. Adair and children, Just "two bits" In disguise
and Mrs. ,
)[r. were visitors here Friday.H. New York -City, where he will Starke with his son and daughter- Wilson and Rachel, Mr. and Mrs. a That Isn't original
Erooker, spend several days on a business in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nat,, Stern Doyle Adair and little son, Richard, folks. I i
trip. berg. of West Palm Beach, were guests found it In a I 9'
V. Saxon of Hampton, was Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr. newspaper and I

attending to business!! here Tues' Miss: EulaJie Fugate of Wllliston Mrs. Walter Glatzau and son, and Mrs. W. G. Haile.Mlse wish I knew | ,
day. Is the guest of her cousins Misses Bobby, of DeLand spent the weekend -I --- who wrote
__ Katie and Virginia Fugate this here with her brotherinlawand Elizabeth!: iHolllngsworth, it because I I i
Miss Willie Mae Hinson week.J. slater, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Miss Louise Edwards MIss Lois would I Invite '
Hampton, was a visitor here Mon- Scott. Edwards, Miss Mary Lucille Tor- -, ...,...,IIJ 1-.1. Not/Mol age_,., him around tosternberg's

day. _____________ Miss Reba. Connor of Lake Butler ode, :Mrs.V.: .-M. Edwards I and I THAT the Royal Coat of Arms pictured'above once hung In' the council and
has been a recent guest of her Mrs. J. M. Edwards and two James H01ll g worth were visitorsto ... of the old State House In' Boston On' the evacuation of show him thata y4
Street Dendy of Alachua, spent uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. G. C. children, spent last week In Ocala Jacksonville Tuesday. the city during tha revolution, Judge Edward Winslow, a direct descendant dollar still Il
Sunday with friends at KingsleyLake. Connor.Mr. with Mr. Edwards who Is employed of Governor Edward Wlnslow who mime over on the Mayflower looks like a dol.I
there with the State Road De. Living room'wiltn attractively removed the coat of arms and the records from. the State House !111,1', and when'!
and took them to Halifax. After the revolution the records returned
and Mrs. Ira W. Plnholster, partment. I priced at, Drnnrark'tt Furniture. were he got through spending It with
Andrews of Morrlston, to Boston tut the coat of arms found a lodginG place on the
Rudolph visit here with Jr., and Roy Godwin of Lake City, Store. i'I', ...held west wall of Trinity Church, Saint John, New Brunswick, where me, he'd think it was'swollen up
has been enjoying a were visitors to Starke Thursday Mr and Mrs A. L. Davis of < ')10.GNSY e. 'if; It Is still to be seen It la carved out of wood and only six are known with a. bad case of mumps. Do you
friends. afternoon.Mrs. Jacksonville, will be week-end Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon: to have survived the revolution, the balance being publicly destroyed. think these Items will make your tR
guests of Mr and M>rs. C. H. Nas- and Mrs. E. S. ,Matthews spent There. I la one In' South Carolina, moulded In plaster and one In the dollar look like "two btts"T ,
Sam T. Dell of Gainesville, was Nathan .Prevatt, who is worthy at their cottage at Kings- Tuesday In Jacksonville. They were Province Houie at Hartford Conn. painted on oanvas. .

attending to business here; Wed a member of the Brooker school faculty ley Lake. accompanied tot the city ,by Mrs.C. CURTAIN GOODS

nesday. spent the weekend' here at better W. Liddon who spent the past Mr. and 'Mrs. Thomas A. Turner Tampa, will leave shortly for a Icons Blue, Green, Tan and Yellow
her home. than homemade 'week here ,with Mrs. Matthews. and two sons/''8tl'irned' Tuesdayto
.visit at Waynesvllla N. C.,
Mrs. O. J. Griffin is visiting her I Ice cream In summertime. Get their home to"",WlMwood aftera lOc Yd.LINEN.
daughter, Mrs E. L. Biggs, at Miss Ruby Dyal and Cliff Wiley,; your 'freezes at Denmark''* Furniture I Miss Pauline Miner ftf New Smyrna several days visit; here, 'They Mr., and Mrs. Larsen will also' visit '

Klngsler Lake. of Tampa'; were;guests Mondayand Store"*""' who has been-spending several 'were accompanied home byj) Mr. ;, their son Chaires, WhO I. attending

'in Tuesday'of. Mr,, and Mrs O. .1, days in Lawtey with her cousin, Turner's mother and [Mrs. ; camp at, Chimney Rock, For Drcl_ AU Colors f
Ralph Cox, of Raiford, was L. Beasley.." ,Little Miss Virginia Winiama.[ [ ,Miss Beatrice Miner, is enjoyinga J. O. Turner and little Miss Batty N. C. 49c Yd.BROADCLOTH.
Starke during the week-end Visiting of Staten,,Island, N. Y., Is here visit here with Tier grandmother, Ann Turner, who will visit them .-
friends. Mr. and 'Mrs. D.:L.; Rigsby and for a several weeks visit with her Mrs. Laura Powell, and other rela for several days.Mesdames ]norlt.w OK TAX%PHIM-\riO ItKKIINotloe "I rOil

son, of Tampa, have been recent uncle and aunt Mr..,and Mrs. A. tives. I lii hereby. Ivan, thai (1. W Dress Print. AU Color
Tommy Lane of Gainesville, was guests of :Mrs. Rlgsbys sister, Miss B. 'Wimanm. II'' Wi 3. fcppqrson.; G.,A. He.en holder. of Tax C'ertlflcitt and ?
No. Sir Iiieued Xrd of ,
in Starke during the week-end_visiting OUIe Marr, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden, Mr. Anderson, L. D. Green,' Eunice A. n. Itai, him filed dey said rertlflvitte Annum 15c Yd.
friends. Night Marshall W. E. Thornton and Mrs.,,C. C, Hoppe and, small Clarke, E. 'W- Hayes, William Norris In my otflae mid nmil.. aiiplluntlun I I
.. Frocks
fur tax deed to I. "* hereon In Ladies
Save step with a new kitchen has been enjoying & weeks vacation son. Jimmy, ,:,and Mrs. Jeanette and Cecil G. Price, were' In accordance with law. Hnlil. cerllflc .
Mrs..T. W. Shuler and children cabinet, bt Denmark's Furniture and he with his family visited Kincaid, all of Tampa, will arrive Lake Butler Saturday evening at- ..t rmlirni'ox the following d... t;leer 14 to ,<49,<,. v
uilbKd ultuvtvd In flrud- as
of the State Farm were visitors Store. relatives at Valdosta,Georgia, and here Saturday, for a two weeks tending the official visit of the ford County properly Florida to-wlti Wt8D 98cMen's -
,here Monday.Mr. Jacksonville. stay at Kingsley Lake at. the Biggs. Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Nancy feet of p.r."Uolla' Hloc'k. 17 InWard

Mrs. Bonnie Welsh of Wauchula, cottage. Richard of Miami, to the Lake south, Cltl8.lon Hans 10 E..H t.Thv ,. Township T Dress Shirts c
and :Mrs. Charles Imbach Misses Peggie and Lucille Ken Butler Chapter Order of Eastern!: .. properly
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. :i.'r\I:1: : ( : Not the brat bat will do In a pinch
Thursday afternoon In Green here fora Mjrs. Dale Vansickel of Los Angeles under the l I.NueI wan
spent George Thomas at their "homenear nedy, of Baxley, are In the name of fllvelyn W. Mmlvere,
Cove Springs. Starke. two weeks visit with Mr. and Cal., arrived the first of the Star.Mr. Unlemt, said certificate. shall be J p59c ,
Mrs. W. H. Hart at their home on week for a several weeks visit with .. Charles Larsen returned to redeemed according to law, tax deed AT
will IIIHU thereon on the lath day IT PAYS TO ,BUY.
Miss Lula Redgrave is spending Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Dowling, Harmon Church Street her parents Sheriff and Mrs. W. her home In Lakeland Friday. after of A. n '.14.Dnt .
several weeks In Petersburg,' Va. Stroman and Mr. Riley, of J. Epperson. Mrs. VanSlckel'will a visit here with her brother-in- :J'hl: thl. day of July, A.

with relative Jasper, were here last Friday Visiting Mrs. P. O. Carpenter of Newton be joined here later by Mr. Van law and sister, Col. and Mrs. D. E. D. 1834.A.. J. THOMAS, STERNBERG'SStarke
Slckel who ls in motion Clerk of Circuit Court,
North Carolina, arrived Tuesday pictures Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Larsen with
friends '
:Mrs. A. L. Crosby' and ,little for a several weeks visit here with at Hollywood. ,Mr. and Mrs. W. S, Rogers, of'' Bradford County 70, Florida 5t H.I7 Florida,: ;

daughter, of Brooker, were visitors Mr..! and,M1I1-,L. S. Hutto 'have her mother, Mrs. Laura Powell, I .
here ,JdandagR, returned from a ten days visit with and other relatives.

Mrs. C. Y. Mayo, of Tampa, and lumbia relatives, S In C.Orangeburg' ,and Co- Mr. 'and Mrs. W.-T.-Shiver and LARD, 3 Ibs. _25c All Flavors

Mrs. W. F. Moore of Lawtey werevisitors ;, little daughter, Betty Ann, of

here Tuesday morning.W. State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Jacksonville, spent the week-end IP TO JELLO Pkg. ..5c
here' at the home of Mrs. Shiver's .-
Blanchard Crews are, enjoying a several! Whole GrainRICE ,
H Biggs and A, M. 'weeks stay at their ,cottage .atKingsley : father, L. ,V. Moore.
of Lawtey, were business visitors ,
Lake. I 5 Ibs. 23c: '
here Monday., Mrs. Gertrude Conner of Jacksonville Brookfield 4
M.r.; and Mrs. J., C. Robinson and I has ''been the guest for several GROCERY
'Mr.' and Mrs i. Lawrence Wigginsand family of Apopka. are ,enjoying a! days of State's Attorney and CHEESElb.-
little son of. Brooker, were several weeks stay at their cottageat Mrs. A. S. Crews at their sum O. K. SOAP 'or

visitors here Saturday.Mrs. Klngaley Lake. mer home at Kingsley Lake. STARKE; FLORIDA' "

I POWDER, !. .. .. .
Ralph Barbour and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. W Conway and Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price and Friday and Saturday July 20 -21 MACARONI
Miss Lorrayne, of Jacksonvillewere vis- two little daughters, Gloria and ,
children of Jacksonville were 5 for,t::__?___ 'lOc.,
in Starke.Tuesday. iting Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Connor Helen were in Gainesville Wednes- FANCYFRU1TS&VEGETABLES "
Sunday afternoon.,, day afternoon, where Gloria Is be- 'Pkg: _.., ..J_..._ 5c
New refrigerators for the hot ing treated fqr an abscessed ear. 'f '

weather at Denmark's Furniture Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stemberjg and Charmer

Store. daughter Kiss Lillian, spent Sunday Mr. and ,*s. J R. Boring, Jr.. Delmonte
at Beach with Dr. and little son, of Jacksonville, were ,COFFEE can 17c Be two.tLbJ I rP tat516s.. roc
Daytona ............ ,
N. s.:Parrish of Lake Butler, sad Samuel Sternberg. here the first! of the week visiting '

J. K. Douglass 'of Brooker, were Mrs. Boring's brother-in-law and r LETTUCE ,I. Carrots, Beets SUGAR PEAS
business visitors here Friday. Miss Edith Armstrong of Brock: sister Mr.,a d Mrs. H. C. Brown. lOc .
Maxwell House Head 7'/2c L Bunch _.
ton. Mass, left Monday after a M. -- No. 2. _... i6c
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .Terrell. and visit with her aunt, Mrs. L. W. ;Mrs.. DeSba and little ?
children of White Springs were Klckllter.,Miss Armstrong was At daughter, MarJorie, of Wildwood, COFFEE, Ib. -29c CELERY, .. IS'c LEMONS doz. 19c ,

I visitors to Starke Saturday.Miss one time a pupil in the Bradford are spending several days at ".' ,. >ntrw.
I County high school: and friends Kingsley Lake with Mrs. DeSha's ONIONS :Concord Grapes Delmonte
Doshla Smith of Sampson, here were glad to see her again. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Struth No. 2 Can > < ;

, spent the week-end in Starke with Ib. _? 5c' !,31bs. ,.. 2Sc C. GfCORN'TOMATOES : )
Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith.

AMAZE A MINUTE Snap Beans lb. lOc ,Avocado Pears '
Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent last No. 2 can ...,sic
week In Tampa with her parents, II SC1ENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD "3 cans ____-- 25c Each -. - 5c : h'i
Mr. and Mrs. ACX.Dnrden.. BANANAS.

Miss Bobble Connelly, of Green MILK 4 Ibs. .??.*, 15c LIMES, doz. __5c TOMAk'O' JUICE : "

Cove Springs has employment here
with the Starke Dry Cleaners. I can ---".*..ws.. I( 5c _
Con teowm HAL* THWRWfMHT 3 tal}. cans, .. _._ 17c TIP TOP ,MARKET
F. M. Taylor And L.'H. Futch of M FOOD BAH.V TO KI T, / i r
Hampton, were transacting business FRC UIMTLV CATIN TMW taU. .y: I / .

here Wednesday morning.' WXMMTIACM DAY.FAB q t :Carnation ,BREAKFAST BACON, lb. _____25c SALAD;z;,,;....1 '

Miss-Elizabeth!: ) HoUIngsworth. MILK SPARE RIBS LARGE' FRANKS DRESSING'Qt. :,

with pent last week at Kingsley' Lake. lb. __ 12/ c I lb.. __-__-- 17c "'
Miss .Lucille Torode.Mrs.
3 tall I cans _,.r',19c ----' ,_-. 25c ,
BONELESS PIGS FEET 9 oz. jar __25C
; D. T. Clarke of Miami. Is __ .
here on a visit with her parents, a '
Mr and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright-i PORK & BEANSLamb' .Chops LEG; O' LAMB Ubby's",

Miss W MMM M. MWMiM. BM who* has i ,lb. .--... -,... -- 35e, I lb. .---_...._.... 3Oc
Ruby Ree Connor
been at Lake can .:____ c '
visiting relatives ". I5e Chuck Roast IblGc. .
Butler has returned to her home. ,LIVER __...;

BUTTER Roll lb. 30c can -. -"!" .
Miss Hazel Mlddleton ha been Best White MEADOW GOLD ,
In Madisonthe I.. .
spending several days I .
guest of Miss Rachel'.Smith. BACON,'lb.12c: :, ROUND STEAK I Long Horn Cheese All Hours'. ; ,.

Ib. __...."" _....WT.25c. : lb. ..__ _r._. 20c

CENT A WORHCOLUMN INKSALMON: Bologna,.Salami, Boiled Ham, Veal Loaf COFFEE,,

lb. .... .. 19cFLOUR '
--, -
Tall can _12V c LARGE FAT FRYERS, lb. ..___2Oc ,

FOR RENT', Five-room: houseon

West Madl 3t. -F. F. Flume.TYFEWRrTEP !. NEAB/ WHEAT ,6 bs.' 12 Lb. 24 "..
!: IBBONS, carbodpsperand Fixe*
.cf'Mt! sheets OK sale s ,a S br BIGGEST BeARS- : '
at toe Telegraph r office. PhoneM.SALRC ." pARTi R p1GM TI* :, The 6UA1' MOWN RRARS'OM' SNOWObRIFT ; 27c48c89c

I u.-r RAfel 1M TIIa WOIUIt.-
FOR : :-vawberry plants. .
Ready to set',ZuO per' thousand. d -fl I

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\ti." r LAKE BUTLER was celebrated Sunday last. The -

:' dinner!\ was spread under the oak
;} Red Korea, CorrespondentRCREW.WORM
\ trees that grace the front yard of

PROJECT the home here and each In attendance

FARMERS SECTION SUBMITTED TO brought a bountiful din-

REGIONAL, OFFICES ner along. Those who attendedwere

't Complete plans, and a map of three of their sons and their
+ Conducted by Demonstration Agents Union county divided Into nine districts families Mr. and Mrs Otto Wainwright -

where the screw-fly has Infested Jacksonville and Mrs

stock by the hundreds was Charles Wainrlght State Farm and

I1 -- _. submitted to the Regional officeof Mr. and Mrs., N. C. Wainright Pen-
the FERA in Gainesville by director ly Farms and Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Ben

;l lI'I of works. Sidney Hammond J. Moody Penpy Farms, and Mrs
I RURAL Hints.To Housewives] The nine districts are to be under Hattie Nagel 'Lake Butler and

\ COMMON SENSE the personal supervision of a district Judge and Mrs. Wainright.

: Weekly from-Home Demonstration supervisor who will have in The Sunday school! classes of the ar I ,

;'," / By SPUDS-JOHNSON Specialist., Tallahassee his charge FERA laborers who will Methodist'Church enjoyed a pic-

,. J patrol the woods dally burning nic at Kingsley Lake Thursday afternoon -
either burying all dead animals and evening. This Is a
\ ) ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING SUNLJ6IIT ON FABRICS found and treating all Infested an- yearly as offered to members t
i''', BY FLORIDA FARMERS Pure dye silk, weighted silk, and imals., The work at all times will by program officers of the church.
SIIOWS UPWARD TRENT acetate rayon are so rapidly tendered be under the head supervision of
Messrs. J. L. Douglas and Sam-
by sunlight that they are not
county agent L. T. Dyer, assisted
economical materials for house mie Green spent the week-end at
end In
Fiscal years mid-summer by other men locally who are authorities -
I"i; !: with many public and private undertakings furnishing. fabrics' In Florida. Shantung on the needs of stock an old fashioned primatlve Bap- -
rather than at the con- is used to better advantage tist reunion at Long Pond church. ..
: calendar for such and will retain Miss Margaret Raulerson has returned -
cjuslon of the twelve months purposes RAIFORD BEGINS
its tensile for several to her home after a weeks
I i period. Reason exists for be. strength SCHOOL. TERM MONDAYThe
lievlng that the origin of the custom years., Raiford Elementary School visit with her sister. Mrs. Ethyl

, t; was more or less,directly connected Tests conducted by the United opened Its 1934-35 term Monday Alroyd in Gainesville. KNEE-ACTION

wt" : with the age old practice States Bureau of Standards show morning Prof. John S. Fish as .

, W among farmers of taking stock ed that 100 hours exposure to sun principal, assisted by Mrs. Loca RISINGMr
1! during the comparative leisure enjoyed light tendered pure silk by about Whitten. The school will run for a
at this 25 and mineral weighted H. M. McRn, Corr."pon lnt
,,;f. season. percent full eight month term according to

1,!.i'l Florida farming Interests just silk by about AD percent. Further a statement from Supt. T. S. Friends of W.: I t:, Andrews, are a 22-year record of engineering
more It was shown that perspiration Thomas tops progress
v. now are engaged in the annual stun Saturday. glad to see him home again much
''I dy of the conditions affecting their increased the rate of perishing Improved after spending three

welfare. Factore in the situation of .weighted silk by about 65 MISSIONARY SOCIETY months in the W. O. W. Hospitalin that makes' Chevrolet the best riding car in the
'Jf disclosing an upward trend when percent.The MET WEDNESDAYThe San Antonio, Texas
Methodist A""V-?......-
with fairly Society
compared a year ago are constituent of perspirationthat Missionary Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby and
'n, numerous. Courage and, confidence causes the accelerated sun held Its regular meeting Wed- children and J. L. Connor attended low-price field

for the future may be gain light tendering of weight silk Is nesday. Mrs. O.. A. Epperson was church at New River Sunday. FIRST.
ed for study of the major items common salt. The acidity of perspiration In charge of the interesting pro-

43 .in the collection. so commonly mentioned Is pram that was rendered. little Mr.son and, Earl Mrs. J.of P.Jacksonville Hammock and and Year after year, it's been the same In the> low' prle. field with
actually very weak and with age .
from federal
Advances' govern- THE SELF-STARTER
, ment agencies aggregating many perspiration becomes alkaline. As One of 'the most delightful social Miss returned Georgia home Sunday Florence after Hammock spend- story: Chevrolet FIRST with the e
salt has this accelerating action 1 It affairs of the week was a
hundred thousand dollars have' ing a week here with Mr and NEWEST and BEST! Sdf-etsrter! Sliding trans FIRST with the SLIDING
miscellaneous shower Thurs gear
given substantial help In lessening follows that splashes of sea water, given
financial stress. Benefit and land or even exposure to sea air are not day afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clockP. Mrs. J. M. Her ey. Modern streamlined design! And now, this GEAR TRANSMISSION1D18810n .
rental payments have aided tobacco good for weighted silk. These facts M., by Mesdames C. A. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins and a ,

cotton and corn-hog farmers will explain why silk evening and J. L. Alston, at the home of Othma Norman, all of Woodlawn yearcomes the climax of Chevrolet's engineering leadership FIRST with Vim

Land bank and production ,credit frocks do not develop tears under the former honoring Mrs Howard ,section spent Sunday with their SAFETY GAS TANK
; 1 loans were vast significance to the arm so frequently as silk day Roberts, charming bride of May 20. arother-in-law and sister Mr. and : the Knee-Action ride No other ride in the world

frocks which to The living room dining room, Mrs.\ Jim Hersey.
are exposed sunlight
and truck FIRST
pit growers., with it for comfort with
even stability safety
greater In the twelve months weighted silk is so unfit for wear in pink and green and pot- daughters Helen and Dorothy of and sheer downright enjoyment. It makes Chevrolet far a '

.ended June 80, 1934 than lathe in Florida; ,It is tendered by sun ted plants in every nook and corner Gum Branch were visiting Mr. and
h corresponding period of 1982-1933. I light about two 'and a half .timesas of the large living room. The Mrs. H. ;M. McRa "Sunday. and away the beet riding<< car in the low-price: field.CHEVROLET FIRST wKft

Estimates of a preliminary nature, I fast aa pure silk gifts were brought Into the livIng Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and e> NO DRAFT VENTILATION

n? made by the state ,marketing bu- "The rate of aunlll'ht.tenderinc.ta room where the bride was seat children ware visiting relatives In MOTOR COMPANYDETEOITMIQUGAN:

y{ nearly '70,000.000I'aln of some apparently .very considerably reduced ed by little Janice Brldwell Connie the Hellbron section Sunday.Mr. Compan-eid's low Muendpriet md tuy G.M.A.C......
and Elizabeth Ann Robertson. i
$11,000,000 or approaching 20 per. In silk weighted by.tannic and Mrs. Perman Andrewsof .4 General Motor F fcM
acid. This method of weighting Is Interesting games and contests South Carolina were visitinghis

cent.Beet of all, in respect to assurance not much used nowadays but with were enjoyed during the afternoon brother, W. H. Andrews Sun-

of more stable outlook for the increasing use of silks in out- and prizes were awarded to guests. day afternoon also his sister Mrs.

Florida agriculture has been the : door exposure it may return. This After the presents were given a Elva Lee Edwards at Starke.
: ; spread of "live-at-home" program. protective effect of.tannin Is the Book of Advice" prepared by the CHEVROLETTORODE

Under the continued support of the probable explanation of the fact seventy-five attending guests was Credit and control, furnished by
State Agricultural Extension Service that In China silk coolie cloth will presented to the hostess by her the federal government under the .

thousands of additional farms last fifteen years. The defect, of mother Mrs. Alston, containingover farm adjustment act, brought new ) _
,have begun to raise foodstuffs and tannin weighted silk Is that in one hundred pages of "home-. Ufe into the citrus industry of

;, feedstuff. contact with Iron, it becomes black spun" advice. Florida during the last half of the

Farming In Florida can recover This risk however; with'white or I Prior to her marriage to Howard 1933-34 season. They will be even CHEVROLET-COMPANY

tully' from depression difficulties colored silks Intended for use In .Eo Roberts son of Mayor and Mrs. more greatly needed next year If

p only when the problem of the nation -I conditions Involving, sunlight ex- I C.- A. Roberts Mrs. Roberta was present prospects for an enormous

have been solvd. Progress posure would probably be negligible Miss Elizabeth Evelyn Alston. crop are realized. STARKE, FLORIDA

', achlpvedwwtthn: ..the state during compared with the certainty of -
fJ the last year nevertheless has been rapid tendering In the absence of LAKE!! BUTLER TAKES PALS "f,':," ',

more marked than,In moat other tannin weighting ".
afternoon, behind the
sections. "
4;!, seven bit pitching of Arthur Har- l .
y .
\ FARM FACTS AND dee, the Lake Butler Ramblers defeated "' \
? Farmers Warned Of the Palatka Pals to a merry ', ,, ,

FACTORS tune of 10.9. Ira Young stood out ,
1'f Rapid Increase Of 4j.wA W -" for the locals in making a good : .........., ., .
three trips to the plate of the five .. .. "OtA'I!,' ,. '" ;l, '
bet '> "
assuring II.
: Worm Flies Breeding practices
Screw rles. The game was played on the .
ter animals and disease control ,i:
local diamond
giving them greater health arecomblnlnl' ,:t. .
:! Gainesville Fla. With a heavy to make sheep more -- .
infestation of screw worm flies in WORTHY MATRON HONORED V
profitable on Florida farms. State ,1f'.f <.
W northern Florida coming early this Thirteen district chapters of the : / ( e >
Station and Federal I;
Experiment ', .,,
Insect specialists of the Order of Eastern Star were represented ;! I '. /
r summer, Department of Agriculture work- 1fuy, !\ "" w"k \ <: ''I '. .
\'! Florida Experiment: Station warn here Saturday night in an ,.:<'f"I." .
farmers to take every precaution ers have cooperated In endeavor. to honorary banquet given for Worthy ", ',.!
01. ; '
this end. f,
''I '' to hold these files in check since Grand Matron Mrs. Nancye ..,;'; ,or"':' ,,,' iit '" :
they multiply very rapidly In warm Rtcka,rd.who visited here as an an- ,;
4,. weather. Graduates from the College ol nual fete of this Order. One of .l'S :
at the University of ;)
Agriculture the most Interesting and inspiring
a::1 One fly is, capable of producing :tCq' < '
Florida in demand for : .
positions ;
aft was arranged successfully ,
'It- ,from 400 to 1,200 adult files in programs .
requiring capacity for leadership '"f'
carried out. Mrs. Ruby '
V,1 from 10 days to two weeks, and
one dead tow left to decay is capable In better farming practices. Within Rosier, worthy matron was in ""Jt"P' 'f&" .. ,
two weeks from the date of charge of the meeting and reported e '
'oli t'
,of breeding a million. flies _
they point out.TW. ., commencement In June more than full quota of,.ofUcers which ':1,1,1 :, BPS.
; half the members of the 1834 class were present, of the home OrderO. -. .," .
I i .. A. N. Tlasot co-author of
employment. b
had secured E.. S. No. 40. : ::;
the, Station bulletin about the fly
Two past gradd officers were in
-advises farmers to do everything Spraying for Insect pests when .
attendance Mrs. Susie Morrison
possible to prevent bruises sores sr
the need for control exists rather '
,or cut on their animal., and to unrelatedto 'Gainesville Past Grand Chaplin
than at regular periods and Mrs. Solome Malnea, of. the
; watch closely for wounded and Infected advocated by the
animals and- Infestation home chapter Past Grand Elector.A .

.This. !is la vital part of checking Florida Agricultural exhaustive: Experiment research delicious Ice course was servedn "t

.+i ,the files and saving'animals, even Station after the banquet hall after the close

tboup OI'KU1I&ed patrolling for and Into farmers the subject are urged Fruit to spray growers on of this meeting, which bore a decoration } OURIST.S..9aL.I
of beautiful summer flowers
dead animal and trapping of.the the first-named basis; by.Agricultural '
flies .is he and evergreens. .
underway says. Extension Service work..,
Fresh animal wounds should be -
? protected with repellents like pine, both for economy and efficiency. LAKE BUTLER DEFEATEDLake / :
tar.. The maggots in the wounds Butler baseball members of ; HOMf U1LDfRS
can be killed with 90 percent ben- When cash crops are grown for the Suwannee league dropped
sale in distant consuming centers,
their second defeat of the season
,sol, but In sever cases It may be .
necessary to dig them''out before many factors enter into the values under the Dew management of W. .., . '

treatment, Dr.,Tllsot aays..;Afterwards placed In the upon them.paid that to are the reflected farm- M. Graham Sunday. High Springs ,... .r' ? VISITORS come and go but it i. a surprising fact that one out
rode the locals to defeat a score
the wound should be coated by twenty tourists becomes
a permanent resident of Flor-
esr. Economic situations market :
,t of 10-5. ..tf' Ida.
with pine tar to relnfesta1
prevent Agricultural industrial
1 tlon. prejudices, seasonal conditions and commercial l devel9pment follow

and supplies available are a ;few PERSONALS directly in the wake of an increased tourist volume. ,

exerting influences In nearly all Miss Janice Bridwell, four year '" Take the nine year period, 1923 to 19" for which birth rate

cases..If the foodstuffs are produced old daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. John figures are available a. an example. During'this period
In a "live-at-home' pro..am.on our
W. Bridwell, entertained a numberof population increased
the other'hand the worth they her little friends!, last Saturday I I The AU Florida'Commit, elaow.1oo,421 approximAtely 500000. The birth rate figure
Is stable quantity cal- more births than deaths normal l
possess afternoon from 4:30 to 6:30: witha tee a increase of one-
culated la i terms of the human birthday party at the, home rot aoll Js a non-partisan, fifth our actual) gain. If we estimate a volume of 8,000,000 visitors '
1y -proftt erganUatlon
needs thus satisfied. her for these years, the pin of 400,000
parents.An for the l n of.Florida's not due to'birth represent five
.- annual family reunion which pro per cent of our visitors, or one out of
Invasion of this country by a aa a every twenty.
II aa event of the family circle of Both California ,
Yyl heretofore unknown Umber-boring Judge and Mrs. J. K. J. Wainrlght whole., Study these w,.11. 'able and Florida show the same history of growth trace- .
Insect was averted when specimenswere .,''announcements care to tourist origin California statistics indicate that five to ten

CAPITAL- discovered la aa old oil painting strength trom the vines and keep fully so that yon nay per cent of hw tourists become permanent eitiiens.
yl ,jw/ihnMAl, on a block of wood shipped in them In shape for a full crop next ,.,;, know Florida and be Look at it from another angle: '400,000 of
AnonHAROLD from abroad.> Fumigation was're teason. He suggests spraying with better fitted lalion our 500,000 gain in popu
for in .AJ/unI cooperate were sirangers 10 Florida.
s sorted to by plant quarantine Inspectors -4-00 Bordeaux to which has been in its future Four out of five people were non-
.. .i. Y ..Ir A -i .ode before they authorized delivery added 2 1-3 to 3 pounds of arsenateof prosperity. residents until they visited here and became fascinated'with Flor
\ ..........wt-..... of the picture.' lead per''100 gallon and some ,-w. ', ida'a attractions
.. b -
..-- 7......--.... spreader, To develop our resources increase mArket<
4 Ana. of ...... PI....._ 'liolle but high producing cows State our add wealth to the
.. ..... we must bring
people here in
of Fruit stains to greater numbers .. show' our
... -. --' .-- .. are profitable. The use purebredsires respond readily visitors a
: ...., '. : Is the shortest. road to high, boiling water. Hold the cloth or "sample" of the joys of living in Florida describe: our
t '.............. s1...s..h... production. garment tightly stretched .over.a opportunities to residents of less favored climea.AII .
'*s ......... -...-. A unified
rt 1-- Bowl and pour boiling water thru DA Concentrated
.' .................. ,. 1I Florid '., will do It from a of two feet C7JU increase advertiins'program for All Florida 'will
I .pe growers height or our tourist business
,......fir ..M.Min. err C and with il will come Increased demand
'ewaarrrrMrl'. ... well to spray for diseases. and la more. for our products
COMME expansion of
v 'e1Mr.arp a.. '' sects soon after_the crop Is gathered Florida our industry sad rammeree. To help

r says K. W. Louck. grape disease Purebred livestock are better ., grow and prosper we must tf'lIlhe tory of our advantages
C. WALLINSURANCE worker of the Experiment: I tellers than scrube and make more '. I. to the hundred million people f the United States who have never 1

Station. This will prevent,fungas meat for the amount of feed and ,been here Let's all ''work together for '
i.a.. h .BTABKX:, FLORIDA: and chewing insects: from Mapping J(length of time. .. I. .- + planned Ron in behalf .f Florida; futnr.a unified'cOoperativel"

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r the home of Mr. and Mrs. A M. People of Scotland are eating-

Blanchard more American canned apples than 1

[ The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures Olustee Mr. and, visited Mrs. friends J. F. Howell and relatives of. ever before .

rvtr3 v v 7nvwsv1 j nHy here Sunday. Masks that can be softened In

water and then pressed close to the ,
word it a lamp onto my feet, and i light unto my pith.-Pula llftlflb.: Miss Mattie Harley of St. Augustine wearers') faces have been Invented .,
is visiting her parents. Mr. to protect motorcylcle racers from:
;:,T Ijl'iDl. ; r 1 v t__11 f itSl1S" All religioua: teaching doctrine or and Mrs. A. H. Uailey. flying dust.
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creed (( they are to have any claim rt '" -- -
pan the love,loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with ire ,
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and creviceof
the humall1ear..tJ! and of whom it was said*in John'*:**'"NEVER MAN Now Prices ReducedGenuine

pastors of Bradford and Union counties are invited to use thl.* do-:
moment for new of church activities organizations and announce ON
:;;t i. Spaoe freely given and no charge made-the only requirement
tjjnf that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning
ttjerwlae they cannot be handled. for current Issue.SlARKE .
.. Bayer Aspirin

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First Baptist-Church BOB JONES I

Rev. C. B. Price, Pastor. 1 f Tint of 12 Tablets j1.4 ..

Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.; A. J. l Comments On Here NOW auto 8ttl.lof,: 24

Thomas, Superintendent. A Tablets
Morning: Worship, 11:00: a.m. L And llereafter'J : C
B. Y. P. U., 6.45: p.m. > t NOW
Worship, 8:00: o'clock.
Evening: Some of the biggest fools In the
Midweek prayer service Wednesday modernistic socialistic e-i '
world, are
.'' .25c'eela.af
8:00: p.m.Methodise '
rationalistic, communistic, .
writers In this country. Recentlyan '
editorial writer said In substance ]
B. M. P stor.,
Rev. Montgomery,
: "The Bob Jones College
Sunday School, 10 a.zn. ,
located at Cleveland, Tenn., standIng -
Morning; worship at 11:00: a.m.
as It does for the old time religion
Young; People's Meeting:-6:30: and the old coneervation traditions r Sri the! 100T.blrtBotUM
P.M. of America will be a hindrance AIM Htduc.J I
Evening Worship.-7:30: P.M. to the development of the

Tennessee Valley." What a fool
Presbyterian Church that fellow isl I ALWAYS SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" NOW WHIN YOU BUY

Rev. George H. Lowry; Minister. The men who built the first colleges Creation of the World.-This Is one of a series of Bible pictures made by Matthew Marian, Seventeenth
Services next Sunday as follows: In this nation and who were century engrayer. It; depicts the creation of the world as told in the first chapter of Genesis "In the beginning -
10:00: A.. M.Sunday School, T. the pioneers of progress, were men God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form and void; and darkness was
S. Williams, superintendant. who believed what this writer believes upon the face of the deep. And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said Let
11:00: A. M.-Morning- Worship; and what the Bob Jones College there be light) and there was light." The whole story of creation Is told In less than 600 words. "Dehldah,"
sermon by the pastor. stands for. Jonathan Edwards the Hebrew word in the accompanying print, takes the literal meaning of "separation" or "setting apart"
8 P. M. Evening Worship; believed In Cod and heaven and According to Hebrew scholars the word Is not found In the Bible but occurs In the post-Biblical Hebrew
7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. hell, but he believed In culture. welting, such as the Talmud and the Cabala. In the scene reproduced it doubtless has a mystlo significance.LAWTEY .

lOng and sermon.A ____
The most cultured people I know n
cordial Invitation to all
services. extended to all. our ,are the people who believe the visited Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill for their perents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
i Bible and believe In God. The most two or three days last week. Fu\ch.
and Ignorant people I o. .t. PhUllp.. ........drnt
superficial Mrs. R. R. Thede and son, Richard Bill Godwin visited his mother,
SUNDAY-SCHOOL ,have ever met are the type people SHOWER HONORING Gotlwln for several
were business visitors to. Jacksonville.F.rlday' Mrs. W. F ,
who think that progress and the MRS. G. B. PLUMMERA week.
I : ; days last
'" LESSON old time religion don't go together. *
shower was given Friday afternoon ,A. H. Harley, Jr., and Billy Geo. B. Moore, son of Mr and
There Is no progress which will July 6th, In honor of Mrs Edwards returned from North Carolina Mrs. J. T. Moors of Plant City,

FOR SUNDAY JULY 2S be permanent except the progress G. B. Plummer, a recent bride, at Sunday.. has been visiting his grandparents,
Mrs. M. P. Plummer. Miss returned home Dr. and Mrs G. W, Brown.
-- built upon God, ,rellg1on, and de the home of Rpwe
Hears God's VoiceI cency. All other progress leads 1 to the home of Mrs. M. G. Plummer. Sunday after spending two weeks Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo, of r
Elijah anarchy and to destruction. The hour, during which the presentswere with Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Howell In Tampa, spent the week-end with
Kings 19:9-21 trouble with the world now Is we presented, delicious refreshments Olu tee. Mrs. Mayo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Golden Text: "Speak, Lord, (tor
Haven't kept our religious development ware. served. Among those Miss Mary Edwards has return. J. H. Moore
.4 Of"course Mavis Talcum'3s'asindispensable
servant heareth. Sam. 3:9.: .
thy apace with cur commercial present were: Misses Dolly Dink- ed home after visiting her, aunt, The many friends of O. J. Phil. ,
Our lesson last Sunday closed Mt.! development. Recently a brilliant ins, Abble Harley, Pauline Anders. Mrs J. C. Adkins of Gainesville, lips will regret to learn that he as a razor to weld
with the arrival_ .of Elijah, at. orator said he had rather have one Oleta Smith, Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns, for several weeks.: Is In a Lake City hospital for treat. ,
Horeb. east Tennessean with his children'' Mrs. W. L. Beacon, Mrs. E., M. Garland and Jimmie Godwin, ment. grooming after shaving. ,Men prove> .
Having made his lodge In a cave fighting in the front yard, his string Bennett, Mrs. S. C. Peele, Mrs sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin, L. H. Hill who Is connected with
then, the word of the Lord came to of red peppers on the wall, his Effie Miner, Mrs H. B. Arwood. of Raiford, spent several days with the Federal Land Bank, spent the t bat everyday. But don't stop there..*:!

him saying, "What doest thou ol drlfle on the rail and his old Mrs. C. R.. Whitehead, Mrs. J. N. their grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs. week-end at home To really enjoy the benefits of Mavis1
here Elijah?" Reddish, Mrs. T. J. Terry.
woman In the kitchen singing V. R. Reddish, recently.
Mrs C. R. Atkinson son,
The question Implies that the "How Firm a Foundation" than, to Mr and Mrs. W. C. Wooten returned Cecil of Gainesville are visiting at Talcum millions of both men tnd
prophet was not In the appointed, have all of the "Communistic culture ] BENEFIT ,PARTYOn Saturday after spending I
place and therefore not in a position In the world." This orator Tuesday afternoon, July 17th, several days at the World's Fa r. Just The women now do, sprinkle or lightlyby
to do his Lord's will. Let eachof may seem to be an extremist, but a benefit party was given at the While enroute they visited LookOut Thing VIVAUDOU' the same incomparably
us pause and ask ourselves this he Is right I had rather have that home of Mrs. C. Dinkins by the Mountains, and also visited relatives For That l\tldn'lght Snack massage
question, "Am I In the place where old Tennessean believing In Cod Ladles Aid. With each Invitation !In Macon and McRae, Ga. BARBECUESSandwiches 25', Mavis Talcum over the tntire kkfy. 'I IThat's
God wants me? Am I doing the than to have progress which leaves there was a small apron in whicha Miss Pauline Miner of New ,
work appointed to me?" God did God out of the plan. However, it I Is penny for each inch of the waist Smyrna is visiting Miss Beatrice of all Kinds Sir comfort and protection! 'i

not desert Elijah here, neither will possible to have all of our modern, measure, was to be placed. After Miner. ORDERS Cools-absorbs perspiration-de-j' ,
He forsake us If we will hear His progress and to hold on to God and spending a social hour, during Miss Beulah Holt, of Pamplln, SHORT ,
voice and heed His commands. the traditions'' which have made which various games and contests Va., is visiting her sister,' Mrs. J. At .100 odorizes.
Elijah had been very zealous for America. If we don't have progressof were played a delicious salad R. Shuf rd.
the Lord; the children of Israel had I that kind we will have anarchy, course was served. Twenty were Mrs D.. L. Blackburn and son. HALL'S PLACE '
forsaken His covenant, and thrown sooner or later. present at this enjoyable affair Dalton, spent the week-end In San TALCUM'
down the altar, also slain His' derson. Near Seaboard Depot MAVIS
prophets with the sword. The I HOPE Wilson Blacker, who Is connect Miss Beulah Futch and Mrs. L. POWDER
prophet felt that ha alone was the, ed with State Forestry Division, G. Lanier, of Miami are visiting

only true worshiper of Jehovah.mountain, I: Be hopeful and you are boundto .. '___n_ __....._ .....u.-...:_ -
Standing upon the : be more healthy and more hap m -/
Elijah witnessed three great demonstrations i Hopefulness Is exhilarating. It
of I py.
power-agencies conviction
la an expression of a
destruction, -but God was not In I that neither you nor the wild. Is
these. After the wind, the earthquake bankrupt, but that there is something "SOff.f.eS
and fire the prophet who somewhere that somehow can \
was regaining a grip on self could I attained. /
and may with effort be R4.
hear the still small voice speaking Hope Is not an unwarranted assumption :
within his Innermost, being.. I or a blind expectation.It \\ ; :

Standing before the cave a voice : la an attitude determined by -I .; r r'
again inquires; "What" doest thou one's past experience or, observa 4 -t\\ j'i..
here, Elijah?".. Once again he declares I life Is ever completely C \
his allegiance to Jehovah Impoverished.tion. !No No sacrifice or suffering 2A; ; ) c \\ :
of Israel.
and the unfaithfulness Is without compensation.
him, "Go,,
And Jehovah said Indicates that we are never
anoint Ha. This
return Thou shalt
forsaken. 'To hope, hoping
tae; to be king over Syria. And ; reasonable' and not 'wildly, Is to, v<, +
Jehu shalt thou anoint to be prophet life the convictionthat
base our upon
In thy room." By this command the world is not a chip tossed '4! j t
Elijah learns that his work Is not vast ocean of chance but Is .
by a
yet completed although his day of God-governed and God-guided. No
rest is near. '"But be not
drawing anchored in this consciousness r
discouraged' (Rev., 2:10) the work will one ever have a sense of being .)
you have begun will be continuedby Storms may batter his ;
Hazael, Jehu and Elisha (See will remain steady x5
his spirit
verse 17). Yet I have seven thousand body Alexander Lyons. / I ,,I'1' .. 1 ,( .41d
In Israel all the knees of and strong.-Dr.. f'<. 2,*)b /ldfl'( 4' ..ter' nM'M a"6 .
which have not bowed:! to Baal, and
every' mouth which hath not kissed DOUBLE RUN .

him." In this utterance may be Miss' Boat re.w.. C.rr.......at
seen a tinge of rebuke as well as a -' I II '
challenge to return to the scene of Enos Andrewson. of Lake'Butler DETROIT the nation's
conflict and again take the place of was the guest of IDes Kersey Sat -

leadership.Some urday' night:
made to explain -
attempts are to Mr and,,Mrs.. : L. V Morgan and
God's:! ,way of "speaking" (
His through nature children were visiting In Sparr
children as
the trees, the grass, the brooks, the Sunday.
birds, the "wind, earthquake and Billie,, Hicks of Saxton was the
fire-.a form of "bearing" throughthe guest of Albert Brown Saturday motor capital'goes FORD V-8

organ of sight Getting closeto DiehL
nature and drawing close to Its AbeD Brown returned to Nlcevllle J
Creator will be of great assistance Monday of last week after a short *
In of God when Mr, and = :A +
hearing the voice visit here with his parents, ,
He speaks,, for He does speak to Mrs. O. L. Brown w
listening hearts In voice clear and P IL. Woods of Lawtey was in 18 I.A -1r
UotlncC not limit the
this section Sunday evening. one #
Great Creator language.of, the universe to a"sign" SINGERS--, .TO MEET" jt jtDETROITfRS '

Elijah found'the young farmer '- M (

busily engaged in the field Convention will meet at Hope : help to bnlld most of th. tilth prtctJ carl yea look at today the :''f'

Cod has always called his honored Church near Theresa on Sunday : this country.: They know more Ford V-8 features you'll see. + ,.
servants from among the Industrious July 22. Everyone interested in what goes Into them.a and what their The only V-I engine In a car under J.4M y t,
He never looks for a leader singing Is Invited to attend and owners can expect:<< to get out of them. ...torque-tube drive..Improved deer.,,'"* A /

of The His people among cast the his idle.mantle take part. That's why Detroit's preference means Ion ventilation..dual -4reltcubu.: .- t, ;
old prophet ..... .......
about the young man and thoughhe Neon warming Ughta that are oaMthlnf to car buyers .In every' other city tIoa..let7..eeI.. 'I
did not speak Ellsha. knew that visible through fogs have been In America. Put this new Ford V-f to yeast owe testa,
he had been chosen to succeed the erected at an English radio station This year' Detroit's choice Is. three t.one ,under your' wn ....It..... Then yovllinsw # ...Gar.a '

great prophet.. He gladly accepted: to warn aviator away from tow for the Ford V-S. powerful ...wot.. .why the men why build and know II 505- \
the catsslaying a yoke of oxen era more than 800 feet high. the value these wise buyers know .. built sotor cars cbooes It. / S,-sarwq. i1sh......

he boiled used their his wood flesh Instruments and gave It and to malned near. him until the day the ,Into this car. The truth Is, tsat die more AI11II1 .NHtMIMN NS K.- ::::.- ra...sow. 1 y, e
the people, then be. followed Elijah: aged Elijah chariot was ,off taken fire. up toni .....mono rsocsUM-wm WAMOWS.IlIETLyalSIAN., ITUT tVNDAi snrano-oM.UMWA NXTWOK ..Jt.._ -
sad ( A
became: .his servant:, and re- even
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Bradford County Telegraph ell Bradford thls"week'I't\v.$ County's a.bint.Qtlhe Health,;,Coun* : Maybe' You've, II ll 01J. D --;;. BUT' TRUE J

Established 1877 benefits that are expected to come : ,. JII JIIls

_. _-._-. '_ ._, .. er- n. 'T"r s --- :' front It In the.future.when the new Heard It 'But 1
Second.ClaseMatter organization', appointed a,committee ,. ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and, Ente ed.as
to.appear before the City 001407'
at the Post Office at Starke Florida ell and request that,, a complete

.. -- -- ., -- '- -- survey of sanitary condition be MADMEN, 'WAV APPLY eA1fERICA-

K. ]f.. Matthews___!",____________________Editor and Owner made within the city limits of The fellow In. thepopular songs S

9 '..,......_. .,....._-- --- -.- ----."----- Starke. ( looking for an, angel, but we're + uSL AN AYCRAGE, .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE The council members, who, In I looking for' a madman. All good OF

i fact had had such a project under papers should try to keep up with ABOUT ; '
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-: Payable in Advance consideration for sometime readily the' times (not, the NewYork, r
Times) and, a writer In a trade 30,000 WORDS WouteeftINtwOE
M Advertising: Rates on Application agreed to the proposition, and MYOAY

_....- -__.-. nO._ ._..____.--_ lyre believed that 'the'"work' will journal recently said: "Newspapersand wl e! '
c---- under within few .- newspaper offices-a r e
get way day
Politicians are always either building political fences or To one who la not especially Interested growing too ,respectable, with the

:i sitting on them. In these things and;,"who result that the offices are becoming

o Is familiar ''only with 'conditions funeral place'' cross between an
estate- agent's; and & ,solicitor's.
surrounding his own home, -It
Save our "The Story of the Bible'ln Pictures" series and might come ''aa considerable 'sur You can't make newspaper men

make a scrap book price to learn that Starke has a bonk clerks: It's folly to try." (He ""eu 'iTE

a o few places, fortunately man?, might have added that you can't --.u.-.
that of the mod' make newspaper men anything re
rival some unhealthful -
) Funny how-you.never think. '..about the leaks in the roof city tenenmtntavu These spectable. You can't even make

y until it begins raining spots are almost always'1" not I.'IB-I, them get to work on time In the

o Ible from the most travelled streets i cnornlng'.)

and those who have'-madea The :-writer continued: "There
only [
Bradford County will Boon be famous as the only place j
I iajfht1, two in
k study of the situation, are familiar to be a madman or

? wherg\ IJjllinger; \ 'has not been seen. with their existence. I every newspaper'office, doing the tit, lit?

0 However, It l Is a fact that It often crazy things that get the paper
takes only one such unsanitary talked about. We're all getting too OMIrM!
;l The'; Clermdnt' Press claims that women dress 'so they
to become conventional. There's not enough ;, Yr
'' place 1 .ro
't be the coolest and look the hottest I'
can an epidemic that might endanger sincere madness-pr mad slncerety.C .
o the lives of an entire town, and A few madmen'' with their

F'' With two death sentences Florida has shown kidnapers It. Is a commendable move on the madness skillfully directed by
part of our''* Health council and someone, can put.life and movement
ti that'she'does not intend to trifle with them city government to'' begin the workof and passion Into a paper,'
o eradication. Well, the job Is' open, folks. We

Politicians could help defray expenses by charging ,ad. will receive applications on odd
Mondays.' perhaps
mission. to somo of the performances they put on. Wo'hear much today about the whole thing a little more mad, we

0 rehabilitation of farms and farm will receive applicants dressed In .. .

l When they start making small postage stamps again homes-but what about the rehabilitation the hide of a moonstruck goat on -
i of the farmer himselfor the greensward; NEUby! SW% and tutU %tN14ltti BLADgERWRACK,
maybe we will all,have a better taste in our mouths. at least brightening up all EH of Blk. 9, Livingston &: EO TO KEttici f MIn ttUW'MS I 1 G TWO P4t EtL5AR owe WSHWtt ONIWO

o of. his mental ,outlook TIt Trubys Subdivision G. Elmer AND 10 1IU\\ \1OQ'S MWI Mil QO\NO ACK LOP THE 01NER.
y5t Did you ever think how fortunate it Is that hot elections la rumored that the govern- Doakes $19.75. .And, oh yes, the I CO ROM! P\"U IN CNU.Olll '
ment Intends to repair farm homes, only requirement will be the ability -
and July temperatures don't come along at the same time"7
to study the needs of the farm and to recite Hamlet's soliloquy !

''i o supply as many of the necessitiesas backwards with calm composure I es who live.off .the producer and

t The unemployed man might sing this song to the high is feasible, but aa helpful as on Thursday afternoons while the I TOO LATE : consumer simply by acting as s

p cost of living: "You're Way Up Thar, I'm Way Down Hyar.". this program would be, It cannot remainder of the' force Is on the :1 O ,From Other PensTEN go-between, no'successful solutionof
of hysteria In an
c work, the miracle of rehabilitation verge nervous
( TO CLASSIFY the farmer's problems Is
o upless the farmers will to succeed effort to make the six o'clock mall. goingto

V ifiThe best hot weather story of the. summer comes fromTulsa ia also stimulated. This madman Idea bas Its good ny Ot.III....... KAY' COMMANDMENTS IN be found.

,. Oklahoma, where an ice man was overcome by the It Is true- that the breaks have, points all right. For instance when .*<.!.*<.rr, Florida .frmm A_. RHYME The government may or may not
heat: I been against farmers In thl* section someone comes In to shoot the "Thou no Gods shall have nut me, listen to the suggestions of the
for the past four or five editor for something be has or has Before no idol bow. the knee. farm
years.Weather editors Eut If it will do
N' to not printed, wecan Imagine thefollowing If you are worried about the future
a I and economic conditions Take not the name of God In vain,

fling Crosby ''is the father of twins. Won't it be bad have united to work against the conversation. ." taking of Idea thin that country we've and reached'thlimit have the Nor. dare the Sabbath day profane or at least listen to the suggestionsbegetting
crazy distribution of farm
for the neighbors if turns out to be tenor and the other soil ,tiller\ until I, the best he has place; ; products
one of and
.. been able to do. Is to break even, "Is the editor in?" progress advt.ncement.that Give to thy parents honor dues It will go a long way to.
A bass.? r and for several years he has come "Sure.. there !is nothing but grief and Take heed that thou no murderdo. ward bringing about the sort of
hard times ahead take 'advice
.. out an actual loser. "I want to see him." ; my conditions American farmers have

FERA strikers had better ,be careful that the govern- This series of lean years has continued ."I'm sorry; he's out" In..' and Progress attend In the Chicago.1934 Century. of Abstain clean from words and deeds un- long prayed for. Milton Gazette
( "But you just said he was
ment doesn't say."; "Well, that's just that ,much more for some lost heart untll/and,many are not.farmers giving their have "Well. If you must know, he Is If It doesn't restore your faith Steal not, for thou of God art MRS. ALVAREZ.CHAIRMAN
and won't be and give you a new vision of the I .
body else. best efforts to try to Insure against In; he's In swimming seen. OF T. B. COMMITTEEMrs.
o the next year being as bad back 'til six o'clock." future, then you're just plain hope- Tell not a wilful lie, nor love It; .' :J. M. Alvarez was recently

as the last one. Can't you Imagine that sort of less.The What's thy neighbor's do not appointed chairman of the Tuberculosis .
.A Minnesota doctor that is for the
crying good
says eyes. thing going on for; hours, until the remarkable progress we covet Association for Bradford
the rehabilitation
1 s A lot of women long ago discovered. that it was. good for the Perhaps Itself will be enough to make program Infuriated customer shoots him have made in the past century, .-Delray Beach News County. She will make an attemptto

wardrobe.. the farmer return to his old schedule self Instead of the editor which Is so vividly and amazingly procure from all civic organizations

,A4 of rising with the sun, workIng -. .. presented, at this great exposition, THE FAMILY REUNION in the county, resolutions endorsing .
0 will fade Into significance' when While many old-time sorms of
all and for the NOTES ON "DANCING the establishment of a tuberculosis -
The Daily Vacation Bible School had a good attendance best Instead of devoting hoping but' port Some folks take.their syncopation ; compared with the strides that rural recreation and social life are sanitarium In Florida.

throughout its duration: This speaks well for our town and of his time to his duties and con will be made in the years to come. passing out-the log rollings, corn These resolutions will be presentedto

fidently expecting the worst. As If they were',paid forty cents An hour spent In the "Houseof shucktags, house raisings, quilt- the coming session of the state
the people in i it.
[i Magic" will convince the most fags, etc., of former days-some ; legislature.
At any rate, if a new day Is an hour by the relief adminis
a skeptical that In electrical sciencewe Impcrtant and delightful new
"Florida Is one of the few states
coming, It will have to be the outgrowth tration.
The Times-Union 'observes that a successful man is one of mental as well as physical have only scratched .the sur forma are developing. Chief per In the entire union that has no

'' who can make money faster than the tax collector can take rehabilitation. The girl who can't do any workat face. family haps among reunion.these The automobile is the annual and tuberculosis sanitarium", Mr ..Alvarez -
I because It makes herfeel Knowledge already possessed by said this week, "and no state
r it him
away from WHEN 'YOU KNOW HOW palneously, man awaits only development to good roads make it possible for has greater need for such facllUlei,,
0 create great new Industries that widely scattered relatives to come since so many people afflicted
A new "wristwatch" that will Can chew gum, dance, shoot a
Wonder What effect It would have on the Board of Equalizers keep the whole body cool In hot line and flirt with the orchestra will give employment to countless enjoy together a picnic at some dinner old homestead, with this disease come to Florida
4 weather Is the newest announce numbers and brlng greater comfort renew for benefit of the clknate"There
if someone should appear before it and ask to have his ment of science,, forever coming leader-simultaneously.Practically and happiness to all man friendships and acquaintances, are approximately 10,740

} tax assessment raised? honor some old-timer of the clan, active cases of tuberculosis In the
.. tothe rescue, of a harried human the only woman we kind.Recent
revive some family historyandthen state and facilities
discoveries ; hospitalization
o race would care: to wringer in the field

Loss of some of the freedom of the press might have The device Is said to look like Sweet young neck Is a bad torch of chemistry give equal promiseof home everybody that night.perhaps July and get August back. for only 274, Mrs.., Alvares said.
a watch, but Instead of keeping new fields for labor and Industry.
'Ita good points if those would place ban the singer e are ideal month. for family PRISON FARM TEAM
power a on Lupe- time. It encloses a pellet of dry Old Ideas and old methods will
w 'Johnny, 'marital troubles.: Ice at 109 degrees below aero. The What close connection twixt the be scrapped and the advances will reunions.-Exchange.. WINS'TWELFTII 0.\M

f effect science Is the Improve the condition and --
Y says same bottle welfareof
o asdipping.the wrists in cold wat- And pressure "on 'the gasoline all classes i GOOD'ADVICEIf The state. Prison team won .IU
Even at. that perhaps Hoover made better you work; for a man, in heaven's twelfth of the Sunday
a president :eytita-. favorite hot weather trick, throttle! The startling thought thAi comes game season
than 'fortune teller. Remember. his prediction i bout I pt., of keeping a stream of cold --:.....:.- to one viewing .' SCitit; ; ; name work that fqr him. If he afternoon when it defeated the

. grass growing i in the streets? .1''''':'M' water running over the body. The couple who're stuck smile on that most of the material things pays bread wages and butter supply, work you for your him Garden City nine 9.2 on the Ral
i iKJ ford pitcher
et4 While dry 'Ice burns the1 skin while wislrin"To In the world today are obsolete.l well of diamond. Jumping on
speak him think
well of first
-0 almost Instantly wherever It makes Heaven It'd soon be Inter. We are on the threshold of a him Fernety for'four runs In the
General Johnson has"been criticizing the Nazi ''rule In direct: contact the new Invention mission., new era. Our great transportation the Institution stand by him he, and stand by I Inning the Farm team got away la

i .The Insulates the Ice so that only a systems are out of date.: represents a fast start that the City nos
Germany. main trouble is that when lIitier .cracks They mustbe think if I wprked for a man I not until
unable to overtake,
normally cooling stream, of cold Kiddies If want to and were
you grow up scrapped replaced and the
down" he has a knife in his hand. would work for him. I would not Pr11Ollmen
air and carbon dioxide gas flows strong and do the Carioca change Is already under way.. work for him the sixth inning when the
part of his time but Cat'den
o- over the sensitive spot on the wrist You must be sure to eat your Millions of homes throughoutthe I all of his time. I would changed pitchers did the
give an
?4 Statistics prove that there are more murders in summer where the surface.the radical, artery, la closeto spinach and tapioca. nation are antiquated. We will undivided service or none.. If put Next City Sunday team score.the Farm tram

than there are in winter. Well not tear them down and build a new to a pinch, an ounce of loyalty troll<
why ? Don't more people ''Truly, a wonderful Invention I ''The girl who gets the biggest and better meets the Seaboard nine
+ ask "la it hot enough for you?" Imagine each man being his ownrefrigerating rushes type of abode. is worth a pound of cleverness. If, Jacksonville in the "rubber" I'IUIII

R plant. Think of the Is the kind who seldom blushes Air conditioning equipment, now you must vilify, condemn, and each team having won one ,allle.
t o tempers that will never be lost; -- too costly for the average home, eternally disparage, why. resign The Prison team is anxious to
Tired of subway jams, a New Yorker recently shot a the harsh words that will never be One of our subscribers who read will be perfected and in 'la, few |your position, and when you are meet the Starke team in a gamy

man who jostled him. What the Irritable little years made available at a price oUtslde, damn to your heart's con some Saturday afternoon.HAYES .
4 puzzles us is how he found spoken; things "An Answer to a Dun" in a recent
that will permit even the modest tent, But. I pray you, so long as
that will never be done all because -j- --
room on the subway to draw a '. I Issue of the Telegraph, handed wan
gun. bungalow enjoy the comfort It you are part of an institution, do BUYS STATION
someone discovered that a I actual answec.be received to a
-S- B>H BIBM S BBBI. BBIBIi provides. not condemn It. 'Not that you will E. week announced
' peUet of dry Ice oa the wrist keeps dun, which be considers better than W. Hayes this
'' Some folks know they shouldn't cross their bridges before things cooled off. the clipped one. Her it Is: Two'outstanding achievements Injure the institution-not that- that he had bought the flUlnf

they'get to them but However, until the'' new "wrist Ralford, Fla., of the past century were the automobile ,but.when you disparage the concern station formerly known $ s"Dave's"
they just can't from i
help Worry of which and
and you are a part, 13
watches" are put on the market, July 12, 1933. radio. Think what these you on State Road
log.about' -the bridge being washed out. we recommend the following waysof Dear Sir. '' two great industries have done for disparage yourself.-Elbert Hub- would begin operation of It I IOUM*

' o keeping cool: Decide at. the beginning you need not write to me about UII. the millions they have given bard. dlately. Mr., Hayes. Is well known

'. They tell us now that the Einstein theory is all of the sumnhejr\ that this my bill I know I owe you and wW employment to, the comfort pleasure THE FARM. to Bradford, County: citizens. ba tot+-
wrong.Perhaps HOME
season Is not going to be as hot pay you just as' quick as I canI and happiness they have Ing been county tax assessor
that, will' help us to overcome that inferior feeling aa the last, and don't let 'anyone have all ways payed you and doIng brought.to mankind. Secretary of Agriculture Wall. a number of year _

caused by not being able to understand it., persuade you' to the contrary: If my trading with you wrlghton. Every Indication points to rapid Not ace owns and edits a farm paper. .
o : you must fan yourself, don't do It progress In the field of aviation long ago he invited the editorsof TO PROTECT MEN:

so vigorously that you breakout I have not got'my: money yet I New type ships and added safety all agricultural papers to a ORLANDO-Police and county
"Senator Talks In Greek Here"-headline in the Jacksonville In a heavy sweat U you must false have not been pay off yet so dont devices will encourage Its growthand conference on how to better agricultural protection will be afforded worker

4 ; Journal. That's,all right in Jacksonville, but lots of a window, roll .up your sleeve of get In a hurry I cant get mine and tend to make flying (Increas conditions There were of the FERA who desire to retail

them rise the same language in Washington., cosmect a fin take your time you cant get yours ingly popular, which In turn will significant many suggestion but the most to the various administrative prof'acts
you won't melt away entirely U demand thousands of modern airports was this:."The supreme In Orange County toUowtDI
v 0i It takes you a minute or two long. I Can't, help but wonder bow and landing fields. effort of the government should be a ''shutdown a* the result of e

?\i .Governor Sholtz has reduced the state's millage and has ere And finally, dont run aU over these small town newspapersget No, America Isn't all done. She's farm toward, home the and preservation of the strike meeting in Eola' Parka "."..""fT.....
'" eacfr* the house looking for a cool spot I away with their 'scandal the elevation of numbed workers comp'over
asked county to cut its own. For many taxpayers; just starting. The future Is bright, Its living standards. The
that will be found sit right weakening
never colmuna We harly know whether not dark. We wage being: paid.
this is welcome from the Tallahassee are moving forward, of the farm
. news front. where/ you are and keep aa quiet to admire their bravery or pity not backward. Courage home would be .
o as possible.If their stupidity. Maybe the trick will hasten our faith too high a price to pay for the BUY FLORIDA GRASSBUNNELLplorlda .
progress lowered
Republican 'leaders say 'that Farley is "comic", However you find yourself getting too Is to hand out. a swell compliment Millions, of Americana have been There's food coats of the nation." rush pII..
a lot U
of truth for
cool after following these directions this week to offset the dig Inspired in that, Is being sold commercially
by a visit,
we didn't see any Grand Old Party members getting the you might take a little light printed last week Anyway we're of Progress tot A Century as everyone ,around Milton will In northern broom and brush OF

'i silly giggles when the Postmaster General was. handing, out exercise. scared to try. How would you like It. No,matter Everyone what sacrifices should see realize if they will give it a little tortes -Th natfve grass Is cut W
you Likewise balm
, jobs.: for us to com right out and say may haw to make In order to take tulate the farm they will congra hand from ocean shore and .
h 'extension workersof editor on their Inlr D'g'
what you were doing last Saturday the trip they will of Intercoastal waterway
o- the North prove justified. good judgment la declaring, that dried i a
Carolina state
gor night Well, don't worry we Don't miss it. County Attar telng
George Bernard Shaw, h 1beenlaccused\ of talking too ,eminent are conducting1' campaign aren't going to ten. That .... If r ,this another great national need Is.'as the"sun the grass U bundled IB"balwrwtlghlnr
'much.but he still makes sense every.once-in-a-while.: For I designed to Induce all farmers you'll hurry right around with that There are 420,400 Americana?liv? : ter paper has lone OINat.eDded"bet.. "from 123 101 V
marketing. jjII
: to keep business records huh money.. The temptation Is ing In countries other faculties.Bythat pound and-shipped In carload
instance he. that than' the '
'fI says >Iwe'protect wild animal life, but he tt'meant faellltta wMcb.wt .
United States -
I great however-and w* might to the northern markets!
according to
t1 iif. basn't yet heard of anybody starting a society "for the protection : England and Wales contain LO.; ;. weaken almost anyweek now.American ., Department record. State duce U* enormous,difference.be -

r of human beings, or an institution of sanctuaries '000 qualified midwives,, but only ;., AwM_ H.M Jw tween his what the producer gets for At the present rat of cons tr vJ'*

where they. can't be shot at." ,14.000 are employed with any regu ..- automobiles la Arg a- There are more than 0.000.000 product and what the consumer UOII'' the muted States ooD
'" ';' "_ ,"larity.. ..tine art.Inoreasia*;. farm home IA the United lute tray la found to to pay for It Until BOOM have 1,000,000 miles of surfed!;
wlp*'out tin torch
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