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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 27, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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6Ushed 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months.75c:-Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Editor and Ownet'

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ant tv's Levy LAKES Sparknian: $Signs i $ Interesting of Sanitary Exhibit Project ShowersCombatHeat Business Better t

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ARE POPULAREvery Is Called "Disgrace"Exhibit


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h 0 m as;. Says Locals Win TwoAce distance removal project:of Complain thirty has yards.been by moved Cause unnamed of a Deaths In West ,Merchants SayHttunonul 7


Bondholdsrs 'L .C i parties that the exhibit was a "dis I -

ford Will cut Vnlees hM l ut'o'N Pitcher Mill Be Loaned grace to the town". No. 1, as you Rulnit Send Mercury Dimn to 80' Slump Now On, But ,
Force MUlage1'p .Pve To Starke Whenever" no doubt know was the complete \\'h..n It Reaches' Past MX Months Have

lit Belief. 1LIt Possible. sanitary' unit of one of the, what Nlnety-!'.,. 0.4'11. Ooml. 1
arc now known as, "CWA privies."
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win reply with ,I
.dford county ten per cent to Bulletin Starke.. lost IU are The exhibit was painted a glistening Several local showers this. week Retail business In Starke for the. ry

notion of' request for cuts pitching star, Lefty Joe Bparkmun, white and was Installed near did their bit to combat the sum- first, six months of 193 show n
Ktaxminages.A.J.Thom.of to the Palatka Azalea, It wait the sidewalk on the grounds of mer's most prolonged and intense considerable Improvement over tho

\ circuit court, said '" Iv r4a learned Thursday m"-iUng. However the local ERA office so i it heat spell. Once or twice during name period In 1933. according to
Jerk the Is the only r N. Storntwrg, manager of could be used for Instructing the the past few days when the thermometer managers of number of business
Mlc-lf-\ -and here the local chin stated that an unlearned In the methods of modern .would trench a maximum houses who were questioned this ,

,? the ointment-If forces they 1 0 agreement ha been reached sanitary living. However, ninety-six or ninety-seven cooling! week.

d don't step In and enough to e whereby Sparknuut will be loaned. workmen were busy early Thursday rains would coma and drop the A variety of stores were Inter

to levy mlllage defaulted bonds. to Starke whenever possibles morning so now If you want mercury back Into the comfortable viewed filling stations, garage.

are of Its recently called S>+NA WLPct. to see Exhibit No. 1, you've got 80's.Other ,dry goods groceries and general u u

vernor Sholtz and Daylight __________."_4 1 .800 to go around to the back of the nectlons of the country business lines, and In every Instance -

all county commissioners to reduce Starke ______-.______3 1 .750 house. have not been so fortunate In the an Increase wa reported

'et commissions the comingby Green Cove ______2 2 .500 matter of rainfall, and the sun although It varied from twenty- ;,

taX mlllages for of seven and ye Fernandina _..________0 5 .000 sedge attained its most evered five percent to fifty percent. I
a minimum k.++ Worm InfectionBadlnBradford proportions of the season drivingthe Although skies la the first half J P

'It f per cent stated (lly Lester Schnril) number of deaths far above of the year were considerably,

e request the Governor chairmen Behind the brilliant pitching of the 700 murk and the drought brighter, most places reported a

letter to commlslon reducing the1D1lIage Lefty Joe Sparkman,. the former damage toward the billions of dol- [seasonal slump during the past
In
wed his action half Sanford celery-fed sensation the several weeks This was reported d
and a fie lars.Heat
seven mill. .1, u, Strawberries battled their way to deaths, piling up at times at from twenty-five percent tt

cent or one-half said that If It were .v a another victory at the expense of Fanner Urged to Aid In Work at the rate of ten an hour stood forty percent of what It was Ult '
Thomas Green Cove here Pitching until that time.
r Bradfordty Thursday. at 783 Thursday morning. In Missouri -
of Worm
trouble |Screw Fly
for bond a two hit ball sent There
to betGovernor's Sparkman alone 203 persons perished, were exceptions, however.
would be In position by re- a nineteen strikeout victims I from Eradication. Illinois had 150 fatalities, Ohio 81, with one business reporting that
Itbefaulted request mill In :u7 the plate. He had the visitors in Nebraska 55, Iowa 50, and Indiana tales during the first half of July
by one An Intensive search for the
I! county millage his power all afternoon; and finally 38. were 100 percent better than In
holders
ever, he believes that left them In bewilderment. by a breeding places of the screw worm a the same period last year. Another '
planning to fly. and the eradication of the
1 bonds are
( 4-0 score. I MODERN IMFIUH'RMKNTS place said that lacking about ,14011
make an ad- that live
to pests are now attacking
the county MADE IN HTAKKE HOTEL: It had done as much business durIng
On the other hand. Self also
to
of thirty mills I "tock In Bradford County got under
nal levy pitched a beautiful game of ball. I the first half of 1934 a* It did
obligations. this week as an ERA protect
care of present Is Limiting the locals to seven hits way In keeping with the spirit of during the entire' twelve month of
that with Nelson Green serving aa ,
for purpose +'
e the levy I modern demands the Starke Hotel 1933.
and whiffing eleven. Self; has one '
this wouldan '' of the work.
supervisor
eighteen mills of twelve, mills In of the nicest curve ,ball In the I The county has been divided into has recently undergone a complete It was the consensus of opinion ''d r'ry
increase transformation If Its Interior, that the present I II the {
league, but his mates''errors hurt five zones Mr. Green stated, with period um- V
[county levy.the county's reduction him badly, paving the waj for the following men In charge: W The bedrooms have been redecorated mer'a low ebb for it Is probablethat "
spite of some of Starke' marker Jones, additional battw with more residents were absent
and the states cut Of H. Smith Brooker; C. M. Phillips,
De mill the county levy will degree rise In the thermometer mercury sends a dozen or *o Berry centerflelder came back to New River; D. W Moore, There.sa .- modern fixtures added proper on vacations now than at any oth-
half mill boosted ten and a half more of suffering city folks Scurrying to some one of the numerous life once more, collecting a. pairof ; Shlpman Rapp, LawteyA.; H. lighting and window apace provided ) ar time. The opening of school earl
t fore be take this ac- lakes near Starke. Kln<<.ley, u always to most popular with bather, hits, one a double over the Green, Starke. and all wood work and floor ly In eptember I II looked forward ;i
if bondholders and every available house on Its shore Is reported filled at this time right field fence. Beck also had his Mr. Green estimates that there refinished. to a*, the next "shot In the arm",
,Mr. Thomas said. I The lakes In the eastern part of the county and those just across the big aimed at the outfield of rta|| sales.Improved '
guns In- This local hotel
"are 1,000 cases of screw worm enjoys a cosmopolitan '
Clay County line are more attractive to fishermen. b I tn.
Texas u s condition
fences sending one Leaguer '
\ 'festatlon in the county at this clientele during the tourist
er-Canera'FightComing past the left fielder and throughthe throughout the state are Indicatedby l
time. season, with guests from every
to Theatre Free Seeds Offered Tax Office Merger fence for a four-bagger. Murray Those in charge of the projectare section of the United States and report. of the banking department
'of the state
Dorothy Ariene Springs right fielder, pulledthe anxious to have the cooperation Canada stopping In our little city comptroller's of- X97
ck Oakle, Dell. best play of the day by far, of farmer In the county since! fqr a rest and quiet while on' their rice. which shows an Increase of

;e, Alison Sklpworth. Roecoeand when with two on, he made a the ,work of eradication of the way to the southern r.sor1l1.to.. approximately fifteen percent In
Lew Cody play the To LocaWannars Will Not. See VoteSupreme [ deposits of Florida banks
hot liner duringthe l
n shoestring catch of Jones' pest will be difficult at the best. good sprinkling of business and
Bene
pal roles In:iluPPort'of with his back to the dlJI.IDPnd.Ia animal past year. The report covered
-. -, I Screw worm develop in all profe..lona'.men stop the year
'who
the "old :Maestro ..4'v. the other league 'irs.m : Daylight tissue especially carcasses and around, and the Starke Hotel I I. only banks operating under State
a his last appearance int f Rehabilitation Court Ppholds Injunction scored a rousing 17-1'victory charters 105 in number, and"didlot .
Green
Ritz, Supervisor o waste from butchering?Mr. now I able to offer, the, traveling ,
the Works" at .the {Want to Dispose of Restraining Amendment jver Fernandina.' itald. Complete destruction of all public improvements* that are Include national banks.'

ale tonight. Peas At Once. Publication. dead animals and animal tissue Is demanded Today' The Increase represented saving Prf
his film Is a melodycomedyt and checking accounts, and offset
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Starke Sa"| Fernandina 1. the moat important factor in control ?
the strange lovable people C. L. Dickinson, supervisor of The Supreme Court this week With Joe Sparkman again on and prevention be continued. EDUCATION BOARD decreases that occured In deposit r

iroadway. It tells of the high farm rehabilitation In this county, unanimously upheld a Circuit the rubber, the locals added another If all carcasses were disposed of ANNOUNCES BUDGET of public funds by the government

d romance of a pair' of high- Court Injunction prohibiting pub- easy win to their credit.. Spark. properly, there would be no Infestation The State Board of Education units. r
love-birds who reach fame has a limited amount of pea seed of hit ball has announced a school budget of The comptroller's bank call of
ig lication the proposed constitutional man,, again pitched two of living animals,. It''ii ,
fortune over the radio nets to be grown for making* hay, and amendment for consolidation and whiffed fourteen to let the said.. 119,415,000 for the 1834-35 public June 30, 1934 showed deposits of

to,the tune of six new song requests farmers who are on relief of the county offices of ,tax Fisher down by a 6-1 count, rackIng II'the method and school operations. Copies of the $45,432,000) aa compared with IS9,.
played by Bernie and his or- and who are Interested 'ingroWing assessor. and tax collector. up his third victory In a* many I Burning I best proposed budget are In the hands 308,000 on June 30, 1933. A decrease ,

itra r hay, to.see him In his office The court held that the proposed successive start for the locals. The ; Is usually not difficult If'the fire of all members'of the board and : of 1700,000 In bills payable .h 1

le Ritz Is bringing a real treat for full particulars as soon as amendment finally sent to the secretary only run scored against him came I by the supervisor. It may be hastened adoption will be considered at their redlacounts, was shown by the !

ports fans In this vicinity when possible.It of state for, publication, In the first Inning, thin being un by slicing deeply Into all heavy next meeting.The report, while there was an Increase.
(
fight on estimated will be of approximately $8,000,000 ln 'g:
lows the Baer-Canera is understood that the pea never was considered and passed earned. muscle and opening the body revenue >
day and Monday. This Is a seed haveI'eady arrived here, I derived from the state school cash: on hand and due from other
by both house of the Legislature let' his rivals
plete filming of the championbout. and Instructions are that it must While Sparkman mates cavities If a carcass is buriedt fund whlcb Is anticipated at $.... banks during the post year. 4
the constitution.The his
a* required by down with a pair of hit, to prevent ...
mud be deep enough -
and district
and from
On the same programShe 067,074; county
unloaded at
once.
be
court said that the dally Senate collected eleven off two Fernan- '
Was A. Lady" with Helen uncovering, Mr. Green said. tax sources. This total include SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY
Mr. Dickinson states that he has Journal Is subject to correctioneach dlna hurlers RowelT,' starting text book and equipmentand Kellogg Pep will be sampled In

Ivetrees. made a survey of several,county day and that after the day' catcher, garnered three of these, DISTRICT MASON MEETINGTO balance of two million dollars Harks this week. C. A. Dugglna ( ,
farms during the past week.. and the journal become the fin- who relieved him, MONDAYA a '
'REE: LABOR OFFEREDT passes while Carter BE HELD HERE cash now on band salesman, hal placed this product' ;
Long. In 'charge of sanl- In some instances finds conditionsnot al record of proceedings. Failureof got two. In many of the leading stow her*.
nearly up to what they shouldbe the Senate :Journal to show that -Berries half of Masonic .
work In this county, an- This win put the one district meeting It Is a madn'es to make fortune S
iced that In order to aid In In a fertle section such as this. the resolution passed, the court game behind Daylight the present Lodges will be held here Monday the' mistress of events because Inherself A woman seldom ask advice before '

aria control the Emergency The supervisor believes that If said Is final and without passage pace setters, who slashed outa night at 7:30: o'clock. It Is expected she I I. nothing', but is ruled she has bought her wedding a
ef Administration has agreedId the farmers will take advantageof amendments cannot be submittedto 5-2 win over Green Cove inlunday's that 123 members from all over clothes.-Add1l1On.;
by prudenceDryden.
In screening buildings for the opportunities that are offer the people. Failure to comply other the district will participate In this

one who wishes It. If the home- ed by the ERA In the way of free with this constitutional proceduremake One yet game.remains to be annual affair, which will featurethe

r will furnish the screen, the seeds fertilizers etc., much can the proposed amendment played off game with Green Cove before Third Degree.N. Local Company Returns t From Camp

l will furnish the labor Mr. be done to better' conditions in void and therefore publication of It Starke finishes the required first C. Schaeffer, District Depu-

g says. this county. I would The law be needless requires expense.publication of a half games will ty Grand be In charge Master of the of Gainesville ceremonial.This ,. Wit i t t'C.: o o dRecord and Coat of Tan

constitutional amendment for three Taking everything Into consideration night will be dedicated to ,

anderers Learn To Settle Down months before It may be printed the season thus far baa been Past Masters of the district who

on a general ballot for the consideration highly and perhaps surprisingly/ have served twenty or more year, Company returned was by far the best In the regiment N'
of voters. successful on for Starke,. The and they will compose the degree Headquarters

Transient' Camp Near Keystone The consolidation resolution became support being given by the local earn. Sunday a pound from or camp so sweated with perhaps off, The Message Center Section,,in

known a* the "lost resolu- fan ha* been all any team could SURVEY COUNTY ROADSA here and there, but a* a whole, charge of Corporal W. W. McDoaII -

tion" when It could not be locatedat ask for. The crowd turning out of county not much worse for wear Jr., were first class worker
the time the 1933 Legislature to see the game of late have been complete survey and proved their I ability during '
this title of this organisation -
carried
dirt road I I. being on Th official
* who FERA transient bureau for a meal adjourned. It was found several reasonably J :rce. And.the present the encampment This section had
hundred wanderers,
of State Road Department Is of course, Headquart.rsCompany
week ,
enlisted clerk and position ef the local team In the by a party of all coding'and decoding .
later
i frequented hobo "Jungle and and night's lod"ng-but days by legislative employee R.-. B. Baker 2nd Battalion, 124th Infantry charge ?
1 freight trains from coast tot for: long sojourns In the mobile turned over to the Secretary of circuit I* equally satisfactory and i* chief of the party and the other Florida National Guard of messages and routing messages i r }
of the the prospect look even brighter with the battalion.
Tomasello
State.
shores camp. Speaker of
are learning the two member are. O. D. Moore and and Sunday saw the wind-up
May Be-EatUt House and President Flitch of the for the second half pennant. I The Intelligence Section under
e Brooklyn near KeystoneJilts R. C. Bowers. It 1 Is believed that fifteen hard-working day spent at
what it mean to 'stay They work five hour a day and Senate signed the measure last When we started: out a* a member the road department I I. considering Camp Poster, Just outside of Jacksoavlll the direction\, of Sergeant Victor C.; i

." according; to a recent article abide by a.few rules-and In exchange September. of the North Florida, County taking over some county road and \*. Thomas, proved that Its member

'ba'wikkr, Associated Pruer. they.are assured of three' vague, It WM more or le** a similar. survey' are being made It was a healthy crew that left knew bow long to draw and read Pe'
I I meals a day, a clean bed, medical BlBTIIS chance of whether we could receive the state. However It Starke early. In the morning of military map When'It comes to
car and a little money. Mr. and Mr*. Richard Bennett, enough backing to make expenses throughout conventional I g n.. Sergeant! r y
that
fr Wilds' story continue:! ha not been officially stated what July S, and It I I. said they remained
r Each man draw $1 every Saturday Lawtey, boy July 22. here. But it was ,at .least Thomas ha often demonstratedthat
Paring In from eighteen of the 1*. that way, with the exception
age the object survey
realty, they were. chase from II ,-and at the end of a tx- .,Mi- ,and Mrs Darling Austin' a mighty good,effort for a townof of a few cold and an oecas- he I* an authority on the 'i

madil of their kind to popu- week enlistment be get a 913 Lawtey, boy July 39. .thla",alas! to put out a league strengthen the team Including StacyRove stoat symptom of brain fever. ubject.

the nation' first mobUe tranft i bonus.; k Mr.' and .Mr*.' W. D. HoUlnga-. team, giving the home folk OHM It,' catcher, George Beck However, It wa noted that the tatter The supply tent, under the direction "

camp Uk :pioneer*, they Bach. ha an opportunity- to reenlist worth. Stark, boy; July M. sort of entertainment with,which efleld r.. and the. highly toutedAfty disease never advanced beyond of Sergeant J. D. Doyle.

red a dweUm piac .In virgin I time. after time. Henry' < to spend their Thursday afternoon I Jo-' parkl an. who, I* at the first stage. functioned smoothly, and everyone ,s
Conscience I* aa Inner voice thatwarns know that when such I* the c....
to
and responded the team greater
they
*. state director of transient half-holiday present pitching
H and now their I axe are Redkey Lieutenant T. T. Long and H. l
us somebody'may be look- well. At first we used and win continue to It shows that the sergeant wa
,
leg tt> cent re- wonderfully height
aa elghty-eevea acre em- service, say per : C. Wall are justly proud> of' the
the and attend'
icy !: cent home logo moetly home town talent But do *o until some larger team constantly on job
landing enlist. Eight go
field'for airplane per local outfit and consider the pee*- >
'long the lake ahore-_a mas of or find employment elsewhere, he nap, card or athletic.. when w. saw the interest given, sight* his achievement He's by ent organization the best they Ing to hi* duties. >
local fortunate
The
' and months and the other two percent we thought it a good plan to make far the beat hurler the league\ can 1 Here company PGG'
underbrush taken to
three figure have ever camp.
Supper Is I served at 5 p. m.. and In having an efficient clerk ,'
believe
It w started todd and wdon't anybody
of *
-ttratche of to their old nomadic habit a real \go so boast
* aa orderly row return allowed ten day' after that come boxing matches new outside material until we can stop,him this season are a few of the reasons: in Private J. R. Kelly, who kept yJ
.
each housing eight men.r ; The men are theatres la The radio section of the company
and visit to nearby nice team. The brandof believe he could pitch to all record and report strictly
decision after each had a fairly we even
are screened and constructed to make their lawns Often there is music ,at wa uatunaUy the single-handed If need I Is equipped with two lending up-to-date, r rThe
but most of ball displayed pennant
speedy' dismantling. Carla enlistment period, the Several of the men and receiving radio seta These hcrdbolled top
company's
two camp. good for a league of this size andating.i be. Now we have a real team
or lay
asalstant director estimates them decide to a day are pianist and play for mass Then our team fell Into a new uniform' and all-a team that set, operated by Corporal W. K. sergeant Vincent (Sam Alvaresv

camp couw be loaded on truck Director V. )(. Curtis. singing1. slump. It couldn't i even give the would be an asset to any town of fIn al. and Corporal Jam** K had hi* charge on the line when _

!>)In removal>two hourv to,:.another location Army routine BeertlMThe'daily Is similar to Curtis\ Is proud of the camp' fan an occasional victory' : for their this lae. A* a result, w* are put- Dennis, functioned perfecUy In the.. It was time to work. His alarm.

the health':record. Thus far not a money but they can firmed to come tin*; our town on the map a* one new-- .t Clock never failed to ring prompt.. w r
'? with an the change In the the artsy/a' .?A bugle arouses theirtentsa.tmbrcaktUb single nUarha* been sick. just tne) .**m ..-So .whenweaawthat rot the few town of this'elze> that, i /The Telephone 'Section.: ( ,,uadertfc ly at 4:45 o'clock each morning .Insplte"of
r"cape, the change In. the men linen: at j t6" m..Thvr'poUcb: ; _' of the buck'' 4
'and are.. at ,RAdy1e'coavtaced the: mobile theyreaUy. meant bmaineaaiw ea about such a team. The .Utwtairy direction, pf' Sergeant R C. the "prayer* ,
considered more an Impressive.7i .'''work .the landing field at seven Camp experiment|...a mees and went (a* and wide .ta M&I'CIIIDeW at. nine I* proving a btIr,""'"*, John* and Corporal A. E:,.Wall,did private. ,''who had Svg.antAhrare '' 'e'
-' they: wtaoleomeUffereat QT*Worm'JrtopVat'BOon for ha ordered' that three more be and better pia.a.'tIP. fit c.oUl' town. and entire com Uiemaelve proud. LUutenant: Long ta thank for being on..'time forvary M1 '

"bier. who from dropped the .m underfed at an o'clock.lunch. The afternoonr are given established In the,state., ._*vral' atop to materially ,muaity., said; that hi. Telephone ,. tJoD formation.:,


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UM BRANCH TllERESSAMI. r RISING EVERGREEN BOOTSEY'S BEACH were visiting his sisters, :Mrs.W.. .,.. 666

Ml.." Kllratotli ...r.....' Cor. Jlh..... 7.el'.l... CwrrmpondrntMRS. 11m. II. M. MrKav. Correspondent Mr... F. A. Itonlrr, Corr.............t Mr. L. i."kln... C>nt Tyler Arthur Wednesday Taylor of Black 'Creek
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I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey; TYRE PASSES AWAY The group of singers from Corinth Miss Pauline Rosier; ; left Sunday R. N. Crawford attended churchat was In this section Saturday. Checks Malaria N...
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pent Friday night with Mr. and Mra. Mary Tyre of Putnam Hall Church and many others attended for Jacksonville' where she will Rock Saturday and Sunday and Ernest Wells of Lawtey wall In In Three II
Mrs. H. H. Keene. the singing convention at spend several weeks visiting while there waa the guest of Mr. this section Thursday. Cold First Day
died at her home there July
1 Miss Vesta McRae of Rising: Friday, Theressa Hope Church Sunday. friends and .relatives. and Mra. Joe Allen. Mr. and Mra. C. C. Sumer waa llrndnrnr*or NenrsSN4ln' | | 3ft
pent Sunday night with Miss Helen 20, after!; a short Illness. Elder and Mra. C. A. Crosby visited Mrs. Scheme Rosier spent Wed. Mr. and Mrs., Phillip Sullivan visiting hejr mother, Mra. Lizzie Fine Laxative and Ton"!

Norman. Funeral services were held Saturday Miss Patsy Edmonson at St. nesday of last week with Mra. Willie and baby Jean, of Jacksonville Tyler Friday. Mont Bvrrdr Hrmtdlm K....
Mra. T. N. Norman spent Satur afternoon at Hope Baptist Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville Reddish./ spent Sunday here with her mother ---

;,, day night with her aunt and uncle, Church, near Thereosa, by the pas- Thursday.We A number: of people from Law Mra. Jean Gasklna and family.
:Mr. and Mra. '1;. M. White. tar of the Melrose Methodist are sorry to report the illness tey attended services here at the Mrs, Mary Reddish la spendingseveral FUNERAL DIRECTORSuur
Misses Elizabeth and Geraldine Church of which the deceased was of Louis Newman who has Baptist church Friday night. daya here with her son W.
Harnage were the guests of Misses a faithful member. been 111 at.his home. several days Mrs. Willie Reddish waa visitingher and son Junior, Misses Martha Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to ReDder
Audrey Veata and Odessa McRa Survivor are five children, thir with fev r. mother, Mrs. J. S.. Rosier Friday I and Effle Crawford and A. J. EFFICIENT PROMPT; and COURTEOUS 8ERWCE:
1 Wednesday.A ty-one grand children and seventeen W. C. Howard of Lake Butler Crawford all spent Sunday at Worthington MODERATE PRICES .

large crowd from here attended great grand children. was a visitor to this section Wed- Rev. James Lyells of Lawtey the guests of Mr. and DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
church at Rock last Saturdayand Active pall bearers were six: of nesday. conducted the services of a meet- Mrs Joe Dicks and family and STAKKE. FLORIDA
Sunday.Mr. her grand sons;namely: W. J. Revels Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby of Ing here at the Baptist church last were accompanied home by Mrs. i..

and Mrs.' Tate Alvarez and Hilburn and James Revels, Or- Pine Level spent Friday with week. Florence Carlisle and Raymond
Mrs Evelyn Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Carter and I,M. Reddish and family.
with rle Tyre, Jeff Sibley and Jessie
children spent Friday night H. L. Hinson. Miss Elizabeth Harnage of Gum Mr. and Mr Bill Parks of Hell- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford
her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Branch spent Wednesday with bronn Springs wore\ the guests of Dicks, who expects to spend some
Edwards. "Mother we have loved you, Misses Audrey and Vesta McRae. Mrs Schellie Rosier Sunday. time here visiting friends and re- For
will be meetingat But God has loved Expert RepairingSmith's
There a prayer you more
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill latives.
Mrs. Hester returned home
and Mra. Tate And he has called Sapp
of Mr. now
the home ; you
spent Sunday at Waldo with Mr. Wednesday last week after Mrs. J. L.( Gasklna spent Friday
Alvarez Friday night. Everybody; To yonder shining shore. and Mrs. E. J. McRae. spending several weeks with her ,night at GrIbam, the guest of Elder
LOCALS
Is welcome. Elder and Mrs W. E. Hall of sisters, Mra. Shipman Sapp and and Mrs. Lloyd Johns.SAXTON.
Mr. end Mrs. J. W. More and
will be Sunday school at .
There Green Cove Springs recently vis- Mra. Chalker Prlngle. Garage
Mr. and .Mrs. T. N. Norman'a two sons, Byron and Charles of Ited the bedside of Miss Ida Mae .
afternoon at 4:00: o'clock Valdosta, Oa., are visiting Mrs. Ida
Sunday Lewis who Is slowly recoveringfrom Politeness costs .nothing. Perhaps
lagan.[ Mr.. W. A. Tylrr. CorrmponilvittMrs.
a long and serious Illness that's why Its'one of the
BROOKER Miss Jessie owetey or rerrlne, at Gill Hospital. few thing the average bureau I E. S. Hicks is spending this Phone 120

MI.." Vera Heine. ('"rr .poiiJ.nt Is enjoying a vls't' here with her Mr. and Mra. Frazier Shaw and crat doesn't waste.Advantage I week In Jacksonville with her son-
aunt, Miss Ida Hagt>n. children of State Farm apent Sunday in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. Wrecker Service Day or Night
V. T. A. MEETS Miss Rhoda Zelgler was a. visitorto I with Mir and Mrs. W. C. Con- is a better soldier K. Degolla.Mr ..
The Prooker, P. T. A. heM Its Starke Monday afternoon. Inor, than rashness.-Shakespeare. and Mra. Jerry Brantley
first meeting of the school year
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meeting was called to order by the "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"The Battle-Scarred Sergeant ---By POP MOMAND
president Mrs. T. C. Hazen. The
following officers were elected for

the coming year: President, Mrs ::: Vs/lFB WAS A> TERROR- ICI (,
Rand Crews; vice-president\ Mrs. DISHES AT tr1E II,
Den Polk: Secretary. Mrs. A. L. TH WEOCMN41 HELLS HAD Ili
Crosby Treasurer, G. E. McGauey ,I II I
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] ; publicity committee, Mrs., Le I
ola Roberts, chairman; Mrs Alma / :: III I I
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Surrency, Mrs. H. P. Galney. Membership : 1I
committee, Mrs. Vance I I
Russ, chairman; Mrs. Wilma Lu ;: : ; ( ;r ; : '
cas, Mrs. Gertrude Waters. Entertainment -' ;
and finance committee

Mra. G. E. McGauley, chair
man! Mrs. B. F. Hazen, H. B.

Wiggins, Harmon Morgan Mildred '
Morgan. Exterior school beautification -
committee? Mrs., T. C.
Hazen chairman; Mrs. Edna Pre
vatt. Interior school beautification
committee, Mrs. C. L. Atkinson,
chairman; Mrs. D. W. Webb Mrs.
Alvin McKlnney. Chairman for -

Markey.school attendance After a talk, Mrs.on progress T. W' THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR It Sure Does, Make A ;Difference

Mr..Wlggan, the
and expansion by 1-NN1T gAT"QLD
meeting was adjourned. wtuwtU., "tNlISII.." Y 1M .
PLAY PRESENTEDA bOUD INN NIMSEUI tMCU Mo-a "d CREATION'" "I'D -TrUKCSNMAt\ \.1)1II tM
"It's Terrible To BePopular" NOW D OlD TRMPE0. caw u0 Ti1 CaicK: ."TN' GAME WAkt4t)1.. -WHQS WHAT WUT1N'T, t 4da0 A
play, the ANO TNt g W wi M WU1.bC"f \lN1K'\ MO 1JUt800"t CAA" u"'o"' t iWAuY (,0T {110
was presented at 11IR iaD GaP4UAL? PiSN A1M9t' AND I eCL T' MYSELF' tti cQ.ca.1t' UKfAk A POLtGT: O' TN'' Kf/OCI7 iN OLD
Brooker 'school Friday, July 20. NDwbY, I1tX700R C &ft10 Du0. \ BiTYt0. PACK' UP AND LDDKIN' P'R' TENDERFOOT" \T\ UttB INNAR03 AND D
The proceeds of this play were Grt tACI4 ,' CwNlAT10N I IIGI'IIM' AN 0 IAOKC"' 't' ME UHH OLD IIMTMn. All 0' iWY TROU9
approximately seventeen dollars. 60RTE0. art A CNAr/De: O' PC-. 84If NAT 1a. OUONTA 8EEM m
This money Is to be spent for WHAT" 00 I YMO ?? DIRT UP AND 0 NEELII BUT. THEt1, I
for the school. It was e t Down TM' w1Mu' mike 'tItAPND tailou I. s"'lira '",
{ equipment Out IN'' .Nt1.T T' VMAT NATURE' (iNi TRAVlt\\. -.
directed by H.' B. Wiggins.! ;
E.N1't\ MEN RUNWN'"" AROUND U4
LOCALS PANTS "fa el'4OOa" ''T' cu'TI4C A
Mra., D. W. Webb and daughter wlloLE. MOUK'TH" FAMILY. / 7'
s Betty Jo, spent last week with ,1

ville.friends,and relatives In Jackson ?

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Mr. and Mrs L. A.. Mintz and r _
i daughter of Jacksonville spent the qh :
week-end here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R.. Gainey.
Mra. A, F. Raulerson and small

son, Glen Austin, of Okeechobee,, -
are spending a few days here with ne
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P, N ;
Gainey. j, \

Mrs. Bell ,Thomas and daughter, r.. a' .
Anna Belle, of Orlando are spend .- .a. .
ing a few days here as guests of ;;- .
Mrs. Alice Thomas. THE 'MAIN: THING ON MAIN STREET
T. B. Plnholster and H. R. By L. R Van LI' IT'

Brown Sunday attended afternoon.the sing at Sardla nit M I UZi ? t y; ;:- /

bE.GLMTIENCHML, t>B (3M FOR OUR MC J 5CM COST 1% TKAT OPGMBGS >
None but the brave deserve the MAIN STRtST'S! VAftMitlQI&M SIRS PINO (H A CANOPlEO ECO! IH rM HEADQUAUrBBS /

fair.-Dryden.W IEAIMNtu4PADGR+ \\ HEAR ul4. ras *** CMSOOV IbsE _BUT- WTU KW LATBST INWEM-nOM *.S .
GMt A 12 AL':>SC: T&tX 10 V+E *GN POST-ON A %MAU. tVONOGRAPM:; AT DEPOT
MAIM STRICT\! 'Tu0 SHOQI. THE BA-S! OF IbC 906T! ft PLACED' 'Ui LATEST: "6K t OH JAZZ !RECORD- _
DvNERY AIVb, ALL 5 AS 111E PMONOC3BAPM PUM9 "US 6MORB5 ARE CAU6MT IN UTH.E CONTAINERS'
S NEW SIGN POST ./GlL SIMILAR"" ib lnow u >co IN 'STORES> 16 (ART( CMAHGE _TUB CONTAINERS
C0LLONrp MAIN BTRGGT CONV6 ',LIE SHORES UP -R> .\IASMINSTOM WHCRB TMEf AKB TtZAN-
11IN'4ft8
-.Lena ato. ASNNarat NTT6D Sf WJOAOCASTED FROM HU> LIPS TJ> TUB wURLD.
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qty. JULY 87. 198 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUCOnP1T. STAKHF' :, F*."T.-n PAGE TURKIC!
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... ryRAi1A4IMrs of Jacksonville visit-
-- family were
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AMAZE THE' RETURN OFUNDERSTANDING ., .. Ing relatives here Sunday afternoon ; '2." II
A MINUTE I C. Smith C rrii.o dnt ,, 1 !
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SCIENTIFACTS I' Mr. and Mrs. Cauley Dowling : Mr. and Mrs. J. P Roberta of I
STATE NEWSNews <. BY
of
LIVE ARNOLD. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Starke were visiting relatives here"
and Mrs. N. J. Davis Sunday. Sunday afternoon
f
of Florida in Short Paragraphs' By JOHN H. FUELICHER Misnea helma and Dorothy Bar Among those attending church '

i itRIED LEAD EATING INSECTS- GRADUALLY the unreasonable ry of Tampa spent the weekendwith at Rock Sunday were: Mr. and,

THE FRENCH A"MV1 which held the their grandparents Mr', and Mrs. L. L. Johns and family Mr. !',

HANDICAPPED" IN THE CRIMEAN WAR SERIOUSLY. BYNJICT banker responsible for both the depression Mrs. E. J. Murrhee. I and Mrs. N. J. Davis and family. 41

-- -- LAftVAK 00KIN4' MOlgS THROWN and Luther Hall returned to his Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds and ,

/ THEIR LEAD BULLITS. all ot its direconeequenCl home In Nichols after visiting family H. D. Wasdln, Mrs. C. B. l! ;i.,

TEACHERS FUSS SHOWS DECREASETALLAHASSEIDrrathan ) Si' friends and relatives for several Roberta Mrs. Chesley Fogg and ?

\ALLAJ-IASSEE-A new angle Mayo it now pus Jays, he was accompanied home by I family. Wesley Dyal', Frank Lewis .

authOrity of county school commissioner of agriculture Ing. It is being his nephew, Leslie Jones and Ernie Thomas Clyde and Willie t;e

1 rda to reject district trustees' and head of the state prison de. realized that Mrs V. V, Voght and children Strickland Lee Starling. Mr..

nations of acbool teachers was partment has told the cabinet the bad tbe borrower were visiting her sister and broth- Felton Graves and W. M. McEv r.

court last population of the Raiford state Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rafase of
in the supreme V A been er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Reynolds -
was four teach- penitentiary now la at Its lowest able to pay. Sunday afternoon. Hampton were visiting Mrs. Ra-

ugbt ilnordersnto Insure mark In six years. The average the banker Mrs. Florrie McKinney and fuae'a mother Mrs. LUsle Dryden
daily population Is 1,350 against would I bare sons FrJJay.:
Chester and J. H.
JobS. were visiting
If averages during the past six years \ met the demands her sister, Mrs. E. Strickland Saturday Charlie Cowart of Heilbronn

POSITS SHOW INCREASE of 1,500: to 1,800.CITRCS of the Springs was a visitor here Friday

.u.LAJ-IASSEE.-Au Increase depositor.market I Mr and Mrs. Fred, Johnson. were afternoon.. ,. l
Thattherewasn .-
Approximately $6,000,000 or 15 CROP GOOD J. H. PUltLlCIIB8 visiting Mrs. Johnnon's father, A.
adequate To reduce fire hazards on airplanes
0
cent In deposit of Florida KISSIMMEE,-Oflceola county A. Youngblood of Waldo Saturday
.valve has
for bond stocks elctromagnetlo
It. banks during the citrus conditions are the best in mortgages afternoon.
banking \ I II1VM '-as a matter ot fact for any ot the been Invented that shuts off the
been reported by the many years, stated County Agent Miss Annie Cox of Melrose Is
merchandise In which the backer gasoline supply when a pilot turn
rtment of the comptroller'sce. June Gunn last week. Young visiting her sister, Mrs Aileen
deals-was not taken Into consideration off the Ignition.
I, The Increase represented groves In some Instances were badly by his critics. With them It Call for several days
rge and checking accounts. damaged by the June rains Mrs. Hillard Braughton and ; 1
of finding
was a question someoneto
Seasonable weather since early daughters Mildred and Margaret
blame no matter what ruin blame
'l,3ftO POOL PLANNED spring and better care on the partof brought with It and son. Karl were visiting her

ANFORD,-Headed by Mayor grove owners he stated account The sneers and Jibes against the daughter! Mrs. J. H. Stricklandof

lllam B, Williams, a committee for the better quality fruit banker which for so long a time Hellbronn Springs. Saturday. I ': \'

thirteen Oviedo men and wo- now on the trees. BATS- were front-page stuff are gradually Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hines and ,

L set out on a campaign NAILS'. HCARTBEATS VARY
have disappearing. Will It ever be possible MtlHM OP 'PPI.U''rlO'1"011"
for the purchase of r WITH THE TEM ERATURC.M. |. SUMMIKTMEV T"X ItRKDNOTTCFJ :
nine $1,300 FERA WORKERS HURT j- to measure what these unrea-
.
trials that will be used by TARPON MAY BEAT OMCEA Ofrt IN sonable slurs and criticism have I* HRRKnr OIVRV.
t SPRINGS.-Thirteen WINTER ONLY IN .. That Joe K. Hint-Unit. holder, or 1lflof
IRA laborers in building a large FERA employes have recovered r done to America Bruce Barton' Tax. t'ertlrlcxte Nu. Ill, lnnud. .1r, Ii I _Islslllliis. l.ls sBHslestment

tnrolng pool at Sweetwaterk from injuries received when lightning hits the nail squarely on the headIn toy. of All"'''.'.,A. I>. JIISI. him fliedsaid thatSlumps
NIGHT n-rtirirnt In nfrir.
In Oviedo within a few weeks. struck a small house in which FLIGHT- the following statement: "The application for my tux deed to sndmade is. Never
they had taken refuge from a THE VAST MAJORITY OPBIROS country has been flooded with one.. thereon In accordance. with law /
MIGRATE DURING THE NIGHT.!.!.!.! Mil.lit cttrtiricatA endrnpeU. the followIIIK .
A\' GRVNT CERTIFICATES storm. O. H. Skinner of Tarpon I : sneers and wisecracks against ilMirrlliml. property| shunted. ,, In
ALLAHASSEE,-W. C. Caw- Spring: and Eaten Thompson of .....--.... bank en. Moat of these are not I HiHilfoltl: I 'utility' Florida I to-wlr-; Sound clock fire insurance on your
HlocU S3 In Crosby: Lnk Short In Is Invrelment the "'
of funny and their Influence Is unfor : properly en
a, state superintendent pub- Palm Harbor both with severe SnulhcBut! Quarter of "' ",'lIon 114, and
Instruction has said he prob- burns were the most painfully t tunate. America will pay a heavy in Noithvaiit Utmrtop. nf "Hcrllon' JR, never .lamp.. It does more Ills f
teachers' certl- hurt. The SELL 20.000 ACRES tucky, have returned to their home price In the future It It now allows Tnwn.hli. > 4 South Unnir. II Ka: .t. protect. jour prowrlr| -It m.....
would grant men were employed on .
v The R Bf i>f ald '
'tee to graduates of the Unlsity a bridge near here., TTTUSVILLE,-Sale of a 20- here.O.. faith In Its bankers and banks to .under., the ::7r: cortirirntu :Imniod property' wan fear omenhlp sad your equity .la

of Miami next spring ift 000 acre tract of land lying about L. Harrison, and family of be undermined." cot In.. the t te. name of tieo. A. A, M. Mar- that property sale sad wcure.ftoend .

institution "is headed In thet TEETH CAUSE SYMPATHY two and one-half miles north of Lake Worth are visiting here this: Loud denunciations at political I'nloHM: mild certificate shall It* rli *. lack fire laienreaee It
toward standard- I I Cocoa and the south week, Mr.. Harrison and family gatherings end loose talk In highway ( ..iimct accnnllno; to law tax Axon :
direction" MADISON,-Sympathy filled bordering on will Seen thereon ywrbedlsvesbsst.. Dos'i.d. s
I on the 4th day of
were once resident of our town, and byway regarding banker
shores of Lake Poinsett has been Ana-lint.' A. I) 1014
Uon.( the heart of Mr. J. T. Killings- : ; : Y, N
'announced here. The Indian River and have many rienda here who and banking did more to breakdown : lint ml this Snd dny of July A. I>.
worth when she found set of
a 1024.
are always glad to sec them. the financial structure of our' HAROLD C. WALL
GETS NEW NAME upper false teeth in front of her!\ Cattle Ranches Inc., wall the A. J, THOMAS.. ; :
Mrs. W. P. Blr't, 'of Gainesville country than any Inherent fault In Clerk of Circuit I ('ont.
The stated
buyer. It was : INSURANCE
company
took house she believedthe
iET WEST,-The FERA hen although Bradford County, Pint Ida.
this depression-stricken/ city owner had Intended to use the plans to operate a beef cattle ,raising was the guest of her' brother, J. the banking system. I 7-<-Ibga| | -a STARKK FLORIDA t
r W. Nimmo and sister Miss Ada B.nk Loll Before Depositors tit
i weeks ago with the avowed teeth on her chickens. Mrs. K11I- business. Both native Florida .,,. rs
cattle and the Hereford will be Nlmmo, last Sunday., One must always remember that
pose of transforming it into the Ingsworth extended a special Invitation -
rmuda of Florida," The name to the loser to call for the developed. Farms operated by Individuals Mrs. J. W. HQrne, who has been before a depositor lost a dollar the NOTICE

rpresalon Cafe" was scrapedm teeth with a promise to ask no and directed by agricultural visiting friends and relatives In banker lost his all. Deposit In Notice I. t'r.hyI".n thAt the. fnllowing lands. will he. aoltt .t public r

the plate glass window of a questions, because she felt sorry experts will"also be a featureof Georgia South Carolina and Tennessee banks are again mounting, proving siptiun on the first Monday In Autuat. I te24, It betnr the IIlh day nr said. .h
the business. returned to her home here conclusively that the bank Is not an month, h.fore the court house door at Ht..rke. In I"rn"for,' County, Blate
mlng street restaurant and for, him. outworn useless Institution thatas nf Flnrl". or aD much thereof A" will b, n.........ry In "AY the amount
muda Cafe" took Its place. this week ; dun for taxes set opi/oait. the ..ame. tn.elh.r with the. cost of such sale p
soon ae confidence In It Is restored end advertising. }
Miss Alta Rhame, principal of S.
WANT DUTY REDUCED
HAMPTON the necessities of the people i
iHOLTZ SEEKS MARKETS TAMPA,'-Cigar manufacturersIn the Woodlawn public school spent compel its patronage. We are iseeriptlea .... t.S: '
Ml.* Ada NI........ 'o.n.po..t the week-end with her Mr. T R A Owner 4'
ALLAHASSEE.-Gov. Dave the state have appealed to Florida's \ parents slowly but steadily moving out of
>Its will seek markets for Flor- congressional delegation to Mr. and Mrs. James Walker who and Mrs. G. W. Rhames. our slough of despond. People are Com of W'1I Hili rt of W NW\4 nf Nil of' IIE'4 f"or 'Iof

products that range from; cent have the duty on Cuban tobacco have been visiting Mrs. Walker's Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Adkina son again looking forward 'I"fl a run 'R ft

to canned fruit Juices, pound reduced under a reciprocal tariff parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hall, Dan of Winter Haven were visit- Now that the emotional reactioD w lnti .N 142 id j
100 ft 10 b. .__. ,___...__.18 8 12 E..I. "Short' -------------I 10.811
oea onions when he makes agreement. It Is believed that the returned to their home this week. Ing Mr. Adkins' parents. Mr. and to the depression Is no longer gaining Corn too tt W of NIV f"or k

aerial good will tour of Latin first agreement to be noglated under Mrs. Mattie A. Ward, who has Mrs. James Adkins last week. converts we are beginning to of W4, of NW\4 of MP.1'4

icrlcan countries in October. the tariff power delegated by been enjoying a visit with her on- Miss Doris McDanlela of Tampa, look at ourselves and our circumstance rot W Nn14 109 fl A,. run N UII JI 'U f1, fid' .

e giant Pan-American Airways Congress to the President will be In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. who has been visiting her, cousin with some degree of con. 100 It to n..... .. __._ .__21 8 1/2 Oen.va Town. ._...._..- 10,811 a

ne that will roar down the east- with Cuba. Florida cigar manufacturers Bishop Surrency at Keystone Miss Grace Adkins, for several' scions maturity. We are seeing Lot.nnl: I I of Rik 1, Orial. a a j
Town of
Starke in .
coast of Mexico and Central particularly those of Tampa Heights returned to her home here. days left last Monday for McClen- changes. The very distresses ot our NtJ'4 of $% _._______ 8 12 Elvina Morgan ..__.. 11.11II ; .

erica and the northern coast of use a large part of the Cuban Saturday, ney. **' economic situation have piercedour Lo). 1 I 4, 5 : itlk 1, .< .
ith America before returningr crop and are anxious to get tobacco Miss Florlebelle Birt Miss Clau- Mr. J. W. Priester and complacency ( Ilni Town Starke ,
daughter In -.1A ,
1'110'4 or .
MW'4. I II T. A. Drln.on.__....._. 104.111WI.ft
western Mexico with the Included In the die Ira Brown and Mar The chief factors that mold public
gov- agreementwith Dempsey Mrs. Hearse and ions, of Lake of I .
or and his official party, wille a fifty percent discount from vin Blrt, of Gainesville, attended Butler were visiting' here last Sun. opinion have become more rational .in5l. To n of Starke /

them Into the heart of a po- the standard rates of duty. preaching here Sunday evening. day. end have begun to realize the In NeJ\4\ of $Wt4.---__--3A 8 12 lire. M. 10. I.Jdward..;:_. 111'.11I >)

tial! trading area of 40,000,000 Mr. and Mrs L. A. Johns, who ". fatality of uninformed expression. W'Orhln,1(, of Lot Town 4 of of Rlk Starke' U. a
.
ions before the journey 1* coned None but a fool is always right have been visiting Mrs. Johns' mo- A fool always' find a greaterfool We are beginning to see that un In NJol'4' of IJW\4.-U! \ 8 II-C. A. Flitch sod ,d

-Hare. ther, Mr. I.. V. Johnson, of Ken. to admire him.-BoJleau. information.But 11... extended. on En. Ju.ltl..lr..n'/ '" ___._...._ ...011Dlk I

say Map uritinsl Town
will we even now go forward of 'Merit. In NEIA of tlswt4

with Intellectual courage? Will we ,...n 1 II -. Olllt Refining Co141.46 4
In our half- Lot I N 94.. It or Lot
continue, as a people
1 of Silk 1 ..ivlnaaton. ,
education our Information, our Trashy a. Cu'. Addition a

following after false gods, our entrained to /lItarke ___.- .. .._____11 8 II nay N.w.om -___.._.__. IT.45 k
FLORID I \ Lute II. 11 14 of 131k l
Intelligence, our Inadequacies
,. 25. Llvlnrston\ Truby a . .
: of mind Man's Intelligence Co's Addition to IIt.rk..U 8 II Jr n. Mon"._"__,,:,.,.... IT.II
adequately trained can solve the 1.01. I, 1 of BIle III. LlvInratnn .,.
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., problem. of our social order. There Trashy a Co'.
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Addition to Htark.11 1 12 1\Iab.1\ Helen \\l1.r.ar.au.. ".tIS
: is the frontier that calls tb. pioneer 1.05,1,5, T. 5. t. 10 "f Elk
: ': r There Is tbe undiscovered land that 21, LivlnIFton", Truby aCo'

cPAfetVM: ;'3 beckons to tbe explorer. Therein Is .. Addition to .Ytarke.2l, 1 II Fr.nkfu..an\ ___.t 18.1.
.a ;:.'#... : the fate ot democracy. Lol. 1. J. I, nf RIM I. Llv.InIi"ten .
r ; & Trub a. Co'. I, ", f r
.J. Subdivisions' 1 II Annie Wllllame ....:,_. IT." d ,
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.. frlut FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD All J1lk a:.7.Co'1.lv'n..ton.ubdlvt-' vTruby '"..

: : \. FINDS BANKING BETTER eton ....----------------2$ I II Annie Williams ___--__ 8.811
OCEAN E44 of Dlk a. lAta' L4of "
COMMERCE \j: rnk T. Livingston _
: WASHINGTON D. C.-A reviewby 'ruby' a. Co'. Subdivl .
don -------------------2. I 12 -. Unknown ___..__. '.0' t
the Federal Reserve Board indIcates Lot I of Rile 11. Llvln.

that the condition of operating stop. Truby a. Cu'. lIub. ,
I \ 1 banks, particularly In country districts division ..T___ ._.1. 1 12mul. Short .._____... T.811 }
THE' position of Florida, like a finger pointing southward, indicates the "es improved In recent Wt of Rlk 11, Linn' ...
has .
ston. Truby' a Cu'lt Bub.
of future trade expansion between the Americas. Extending .. months a* shown by the fact that division ---------------2$ I U Ella Matthew.-._ "..11ILol. '

south in closest proximity to the growing.empire of Latin American commerce, \ ;, 1 these banks have been able to reduce .I., 4 of Rlk 11. 1.Iv. ,' ., f'Ing
tnn. Truby a Co' Jt,
Florida is the huge "pier from which the waterborne trade of the future can their Indebtedness to the reserve Subdivision -------------U I U Ephr.m Thomas ..:......:: 1.011r. ; r''
-"e I, banks to the Reconstruction ..". 2. I nf Blk U. I.IY. ;'
be transacted Obvtl'< it+l IIIected.. -- Finance Corporation and to otbers. inratnn Truby a Cu'
,
y a, ? re+Da I Tbe July bulletin of the board la Hubdlvl.lon ._______11 I U S K. X.Uy_.,..__..___ 11.11ILota
1. 4 or St4 of Rlk U,
Florida's physical .. dlicusslng these findings says ,,. a 'Co'
"At the tame time progress bee Subdlvi2nu .__ .21 1 II O.caf. Den :: ....-r..__ 1.1'
dons advantages that 6e"develra I been made In making available\ to Lets 1iL D, t, I of. Rlk 1 I. "
our share of the world's business. {. a Trub,'. Addl- A. Z, A..kln.-__... t..l',
been tied ..
depositors fund that bad t\fm\ to Stark.-..._-,22 1 II
.
up In closed banks. Lets 5' T of Plk 1. Davie '".
"Bank. In financial centre have lit Trub,,'. Addition to -. ._. .
With 1100 miles of general coastline-3731 mile including island! .,_-______--___. 1 12 A. Z. Adkin.-.y.T., ._ IT.I' "
been out of debt to tbe Federal Reserve
Lot... 1 1. C,1. 10 or Rik I. .
v'
-this state has 16 harbors ranging from 20 to 35 feet in depth. The; Banks tor a long time and In Aavi., .. Truby'. A061- ; : .

surrounding us, on the Gulf of Mexico and in the Caribbean Sea, addition bave bad a large volume of lion to 8Iark.-.U I n A. Z."Adktn.Li-. '; as1toe.
.
t. of RikPElN5ft
of 40,000,000. No other United States ports are as near as l excess reserves At tbe beginning N. J. Jon.. Addition Jto
pop balsas of the year there were etlll many Starke uu__ _____.11 S II. IIr-.arar"O.Walnwrl..M. 13."

% mall banks throughout the country Tue.1'I''Filir4'W 4.,.1'A 5
however that carried a considerable lion to 8t.rk.________.. 1 n .MrL Mary O.Walnwrl..hl. dL/1
Florida raises #129,000,000 worth of crops and manufactures $21BJDQQji ) load of Indebtedness.Ceeatry Lot 1 of fJlk 2. HI.bway i

Banks Reflect Improvement Addition tu Gulf .Refining. ._.,. !_.IIS
worth IIII..rk'.n.
of nine-tenths
of
procIucu-yet at present, our land King. imp .
five "The liquidation of Indebtednessby Lnk.k. 2, illrirway Addl!. .'
end idle.' The foreign commerce of 1 principal Florida ports in tl'year these bank reflects la part lm-_ tits to Mt.rk._.____... 1 II Mr..MaryO.Wainwrisbt. II." '

of 1927 was #139000000. Think of the volume of business that i provement la business conditionsand Lota 4. 4. a. 7 of J1lk I.III .
S. .ldatth. Addition
be handled-if even half of our'resources were developed and only half of our the consequent ability of customers "A" to Stark.-,1/. 1 II rlor.n. ID. Canoes,;.".'.. 13,16Lnt.

to repay bank loans which .. t. 10 of SIN 11, '
harbors with '
potential '
were teeming activity.This !t 5'j long had been frosen. It constitutesstrengthening Temple's Addition to
.__--.._....._. _... I U A. H. Or..n___.__.. ..1.11Ltt. I
a of tbe banking position.
I. 7 ftf Rlk 11, Tem.pie's .
'
state is well equipped'to serve industries, producers, growers : : ." Addition to Ht.rke1I I U C A. hutch and
.
and businesses I facilities I The board pointed out that the redaction Joe III.trunk __.___ I.tl
of all kinds. The foundation and for waterbome trade % "':jt, IMS. L 10 of

here or in process of being established. Our'biggest job is to tell the ware y d. ;,,:1 has of been member contingent bank since Indebtedness the pie'.5 Addition 5 1. 1 k.4.rr'of 131k;J :4:,_.. I II Warren Perkin. ___,_.. 8.111Lo1. ;

world of our advantages bring more muHons here, attract industry and .. beginning of 1133 except for a brief 4j Aivar.a Addition. .
) 1.. ___..._____... '
period during the banking crisis It to t.rk. I 12 I. I. Dull.n-...- III
capital, provide employment and to develop our resources. Only a strong f ... : the Spring of 1133. The review said:< Com UT' It 10 or loll!! Corof 1

state-wide organization can accomplish these objectives. Only by unified effort + 1 "In 1933 liquidation of Indebtedness .. Iarosdw.y a run-id 106 a :lloytat. N -

can we generate the enthusiasm and secure the financial to advertise of member banks to the reserve : lee rr W lab( ft. a lOG. '
support It 10 b.15 ---__--.25 1 12 W. E. Dau.h.rly._. .... ,
effect; ly. on. a national scale. [et's work together-for All Florida! g banks was accompanied: by an Com 1A2t4.4[r---1C 01 NI'J' Col' '. a .. ,
.. Increase of tbelr borrowings from of ltroadws7 a HoytNIe ., "
r on N .Nye of.Hoyt '
the Reconstruction Finance Coeporatien
In tbe put year sod a bait ':;.t/.nll1lt: .6v1tb: '. T. M

-... -All .f however indebtedness of member It to 1.t.___________.. I 12 _. W. m. Vau.b.rly. .. .. _.._ 4.1S k
v I DA Cunl& It S!! 01 NII! Col' Y" i
A. C7JU .. 4 bank la tbe Reconstruction Finance 'of Broadway a. Hoyt. ,- .' .
'+ .... ea
m TW All CmnaMH _
: .
.. i r e i. Corporation bas also been re.diced. Hta on N .101. ..f H.t '1L ;
.. 1- ntmnuft-rr hr sraaiw* W Ht a. run :N 101 ft IC 'N:",,%
:; .
r-e '
COMMtT E rf.fa.fS5> "*- -, / 10. It. W d\W\
-" L r 1 Derei eats.gs; ._____....21 1 U Nret Edna: C"lAwl._ '11.$
o m.y6ril.adee.dhwMlrMtwIIW4s
,. + ( "Bravery goes out ofnacJm'.Y fashJon. -
.. -" '" ,' l. _.. It. ;. ..... ." CARL, 'JOHN'8.City of Tat.utarke Cell.et4r, Florida., iti5

I"t'/ )(, w i '. '. I' i., 1 .1 9W

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRJDJ\V..J\.LY21.1

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I' Plant City were visitors here Fri ents.

.. day. They were on their} return Charles Beck L

:i f 10BIUA -NIGILIGNT: ... DA!hNNErfiltOJMH s trip home after a visit to :visitor to Macon ca was. lest
i 1M. ? Tenessee and Newt!', York City. Gerald. Wooten, ot M ke

LJ ,3 c/eli i, Mrs. L. H. ..Mlsd" ElIza is visiting: at the home 11ICo or II.
.. Blanchard and Halll Jones were Mrs. W. C. Wooten. lIt
+ 1 r .. ,.. ':::""; :"( \ THE'ENT/BE visitors to Palatka FMday. Mrs. J. J, & !

. ',,! 1 'r f ,,:':; r.;:,' q; t'" CONTINENT or ,Miss )Madelitte' .z8' of RrookCampbell of Homassnlt
( t' r't" : here, of
who guests
c err la teachlnJ"lIchool Mrs. Enoch GrTfi
] .1.i. iM SOUTH AMEKtC ,
: r ? : ; spent the week-end with her parweek.
: lfsaes', Kennedy Honored Bible School Students x.l t ; ti 6 IS EAST OF : -----
t :' Enjoy Picnic at Lake j rl .. =--
J, f At Bunco Party ''); .... FI..OIZIDA'f -/

, <1. \1t. >\I."" Mrs.,W. H. Hart and Mrs. U. D. The students and teachers of'the A; '' / '

I r' Jr., were hostesses Daily Vacation Bible School which (
, :"Wainwright MrsGertradeGodbeyiinlawJlori |
" closed Friday, enjoyed an outingat i
", \""fit at':.. Bunco party Tuesday night. Cody's place at Kingsley Lake !

,{'at the home of Mrs. Hart on Tuesday afternoon-frem three .to FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASION

) ;Church street. six o'clock. .
" "' ': ';Misses Peggy and Lucille Ken. During the afternoon games and Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers

*Tiady of Baxley, Ga., house guestsof bathing was enjoyed and'; late in It

r Mrs. Hart, were the. honorees the afternoon a picnic supper was Is Artistic, Floral DesignsWe
) at this delightful affair enjoyed. >l l. : '

Prizes were awarded to Miss Miriam ,, i 4t TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Tin,

Jacobs, Stacy. Rowel and Two Starke Girls Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association,
George Manassa. Candidates for GraduationAt A Guaranteed and Bonded Service

The :Misses Kennedy were given State Woman's College 311 CHURCH ST.
novelty( bracelets as guest prizes. PHONE No,4
Hats and horns were given as fa. Miss Alice Fernandez, daughter '
vors'after( i *the delicious refreshments of Mrs. R. 8. Fernandez, and Miss STARKE FL'ORI'DAWhite

were served. Hazel Adklns, daughter of Judge
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, will be among .- .
Those Misses Estel1 .1.MIs. -"-
present were -
the one hundred and twelve rrr
Kendrick, Dorothy Sapp, Rosalind ,
4y students at the State CoUege for :
Jacobs, Miriam Jacobs, Beverly Women, Tallahassee, who+! will' be 9t 0f11)J House lona Bran
Pearle and
Cady, Manning
candidates for degrees and certificates "I /
the honorees, Misses Peggy and at the close of the Summer __,_ EvaporatedMILK TENDER CfT
i Lucille and Rowell, .
Kennedy Stacy
School at the college, August 3. 8TKINGLES3BEANS
D
James Smith, Joe Edwards, Jr.,
.g Miss Fernandez, who receivedher ';1
i Bert Busby, Billy Graham, GeorgeManassa certificate in violin at the com-
: and Johnny
Redgrave. mencement exercises Jn May, will
be the only candidate In the School 7r/ NOOYCe
f of Music, seeking a degree. Miss 3 TALL CANS t5r3W9xeo 2 No. 2 CANS
.
..
Fernandez being a candidate for tai JAC.SONVIL.tE't. '
'
OB 0
f the Bachelor of Music In Public ,
School Music. /* AlVAGOOD/ r WHER EECONOMYR ULES 1c
"u I FI.2Sr .t.alj. ,;
Miss/ Adkins wllHtti Candidate .
I for the two-year diploma in Primary WOMAN IN rzOR/OA ttn,;,. If you aren't drinking Iced Coffee these days you're nilt..

': grades. j TO LJ21YG AN mg one 'of summer's greatest treats. aunt try'Home to-da\
'I I a you'll find It a hot weather drink that beate anything else.. tu


i'i"i"i'(. Soleminized MalphasCaldwell'Wedding Here 1 \.,<. UTOMOBIJ.E*; WAS BORN IN TAMPAPIA. COFFEE

)' d ... AT 6. OOA.JU. ON 6r AY OP 6'tis "
> The marriage of Miss .Ann Elb / .
... MONTH. HS 6 rH CA//LD OP
...
rabeth Caldwell of Jasper, and Joseph '.:.X .4
.at.tvog5aclba Ate b4LBS PeED Q GOOD AND 6'45
K. Melphas..of Lake City, 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAR
'was ,solemnized here last,'Friday 1 aJ; GR4NDWN OfAl2.S.Naf 4137.4'GO

"! evening a t the Presbyterian>,; 'rides \ 19c lb. 21c lb.
MRS. F. P. HOOVER, realdinr-on All, Mrs. Hoover's 'she explains 25c
church with the pastor, I Rev. were much akinto'a circus. When
i. George H. Lowry 'officiating,eln! : Basswood St., Jacksonville, recalls many
drove the clerks would
she stores
Selectos size the car past ,
presence of a fe wlntlmate amusing incidents connected witJr--the
friends of the # desert customers and rush to doors to see GRANDMOTHERS- Fresh, Plain or Sliced
4 never .old/for leu than young couple. I early day of'the. automobile in .Florida. '
*
Mr. Malphas, so Dot Mn\ and Mrs. the curiosity, while crowds of boys fol 14 0:&. 18 oz. 24<
lOe. Yap now can buy Her. car was purchased shortly after the. lowed in the wake of the extremely audi I

the same size and quality NOTICIO" Or TAX APPl.foVTIO UKRI1.: :* FOR, great Jacksonville'fire' In (11 Ol! 'thrqugh:: ble exhaust. Horses became badly frightened BREAD'6c 8c 1 10 0 010NA

Notice In hereby: glv.n/that Mandy Fred Gilbert, the' only automobile dealerin 'and had to be firmly held by their

for S Justthink, long Anhfnrd N... 419., dated holder 7th.of,Tax day of Certificate July Jacksonville. This gasoline. bum, avery irate owners,, who roundly berated the ,:PLAIN OR SELF RISING
-'Havana?and tetamed to A. D. 1930. hail filed Mid certificateIn smart 1901 Oldsmobile runabout, new-fangled contraption. There were no 8 lb. 12 lb. 24 lb. 401

my tax office deed I to and Isswthgreon marie applicationfor In accordance was the first American-made gasoline car license tags and neither was there a gas
bacco for 5cKut :
only embrace with the I law.followingdescribed: ,!lnld certificate in Florida. ," tax in those good old days. FLOUR 25c 45c 89c 1.7!

on aFLOR de MECfiAto property situated I In Bradford County -
Florida, to-wlt! Commencing atNorthwest I FINEST SHORTENING 1 lb. Ctn. 4 lb. Ctn. S N.C
: Two Circles Lawn Party Celebrating Weiner Roast EnjoyedAt
N -,get them your corner of land owned by Baptist
Elmira Kin.* on Hast side of railway Entertain Other Circle I Paul III 'Birthday. Kingsley Lake '
Canoya ,
eve ight. and run Kant at right angles to COMPOUNDS 8c 32c 5
railway to Bait line of Section .11,
,thence North on laid Section line to Last Friday afternoon from Mr. andJBfrs. Paul E. Canova A welner roast was enjoyed bya
,; ,L Uwteonr Mft.C*.Maters Canter Street In Temple's Sub Division four-thirty to six o'clock. Circles gave their little son, Paul m, a group of young: folks Saturday
DIXIE CRYSTAL GRANULATED
,
.
'
Newark.N J thence West on Street to ,
Hallway, thenoa South' alone Rail One and Three of the Baptist W. lovely( birthday party Tuesday afternoon night at .Strickland's, landing; at
way to beginning In East Half of M... U.. entertained Circle Two at the! occasion being his Kingsley Lake.Swimming .
clot ate .r North-east piece .as Quarter have .fOxoetifiiuvh eratvfore been tote an informal tea .at the Fastorlum, fourth birthday/ anniversary. I: *, dancing-I and games SUGAR 5.lbs. for 25

I dueled Section' Twenty-one, Township as the result of an attendance con The Jiandiome young host enter were enjoyed during the evening
: 8*South 14 acres Range n>ore.aa or East leas., Containing test in which Circle Two was the tained,the guests on the spacious after 'which'refreshments were
The assessment of said property winner lawn, and.('was presented with a served.
; MELBAGADnCaVIIXB under the eald certificate'' Issued was large number of kind gifts that de- THE WORLD'S LARGEST
In the name of Lewis Ouyon. The guests were seated in the Those enjoying this:affair were: TOILET TISSt."ESELLER
1 Unless said certificate shall beredeemed living and dining rooms and sun light the "ieart., of a.small boy. ,
Misses Martha Rosenbush and
according law tax deed
As favors.the host brightly
will Issue thereon .o.O the h5th.: day porch which was effectively decor. gave Dot Kenney of Green Cove Springs VVJUUDORFPer
:;: nf August, A. D. 18S4. ated with mixed summer' flowers colored balloons and candies to
.: tinted this 14th day of .July, A. D. each guest There was a large Rosa, Mae Row of.Lawtey, Eunice NUCOA
arranged In bowls and baskets. '
and Edith Austin of :Jacksonville
1934'A. white cake which
,
J. THOMAS 'Miss entertained birthday on
Marjorle Stump
GADnCaVIIXB: CANDY CD.Ogl.giwW. Clerk of Circuit Court; ''the' burned tour small tapers and at ,;Callla Strickland and Mary Lucille

.,.ML., pltgtBllr' ..._.nuo. Bradford, County, Florida. audience and'with clever two interesting the close of the afternoon the cake Torode and George Sawyer, Earl 14c rolls 25c
,
"y.vnt readings a contest I lb. 6
I' also Mrs. J. E. was cut and served with ice cream Gardner, Elmer Kelly and A. J.
,was enjoyed
Assisting Mrs.. Canova in entertaining I KIrkland of Jacksonville, Billy and
Now! Prices Reduced nlng Wilson the and price.1 Mrs';Jamqakewla, win* /aniLeerving were Mrs. Emma Jim Moore Edwards of Lawtey and

Canova, Miss Bunnle Canova' Frow Strickland-.
A social period was enjoyedwhen'
and Mrs B. I ENCORE BRANDMACARONI ,
George Flynn. i
jl',: "; W.y, I.1,, t t\\ .. refreshments of sandwiches, The invited guests were: Hilda!.Miss Dodd Awarded Spaghetti 8 oz. Pkg.
; ON J-f'f'l: cookies and punch was served with ,. Sharon'' or ,
Barbara
0 x Searing Keen,
( Mrs. E.,W. Hayes leader of Circle 'Gilchrist Scholarship

Three presiding at the punch bowl.J. Hall, Jacqueline Strickland, Shirley I' Miss Margaret L. Dodd of Keystone EXTRA TASTYCHEESE 1 W
Montgomery, Margaret Mon- Full Cream, lb.
Genuine Bayer AspirinTint S., Malphaa of Lake City former teith, Peggy Ann Wiggins, Janet Heights with Miss Hazel
residents of Starke, has,* host Anderson Martha Jane'and Patsy Goza of Clearwate, both members QUAKER. MAID
of friends here' who will be pleased Ruth Walflwrlght! Caroline Edwards of the 1934-35 senior class at Florida CHILI SAUCE, bottle W 1

; '''. to offer congratulations. Marjorie Claire Manning State College' for Women, have
been awarded the Gilchrist scholar. IONA EVAPORATED
," '0/' Madge1' Brownlee Joan Dobrow,
oflZToblehj nalu NoTiCE OF TAX APPMCVTION DEED FOR Marlon Brown, Gloria Price Lu. ships for the coming term. TOMATOES, 2 No. 2 Cans 1 tf

r eont. i iT.bltrtax' 'Notice Is hereby given, that <"J. W die' Alvarez> Betty .Ann Flynn, The GUchrlat scholarships which I ?
NOW Haien holder of Tax Certificate. Barbira"'J: an?Johns! Lucia Lyle are awarded every year to two I PURE FRUIT FLAVORED GELATIN DESSERT

J5c No.. D.iHn II: Issued, has filed Srd. day said of certificateIn AII.u.t.A. Randall of 'Jacksonville, Jeanette juniors who have shown outstand.' SPARKLE, 2 packages *

: my office and made applicationfor Priest Henry Manaaaa, Jr., Jerome ing ability and, achievement I
accordance tax--deed with to law.Issue Bald, thereon certificate In Johns, Jack Halle, Bill Randall, Jr., throughout their college years, ; WHITE HOUSE
embraces the following described of Jacksonville, Jackie Alvarez, were provided for In the will of i CONDENSED MILK can 1
25.c property situated In Bradford the late ,
Ex-Governor Albert W. -
County Florida, to-wlt Joe Montleth, Billy. Wainwright.Billy .
SO feet of Fractional; Block 1Vf.i; Smith, Jock Grlffls, Jr., Billy Gllchrlst and are the only scholar TEA, Our own brand, %lb. pkg. 1
Ward City Section I 8. Township' "7 Blakely, George Flynn Jr., Maurice ships under college supervision.The : '
South Range 20 East.
The assessment propertyunder Edwajda Jr., ,Carl Lamar scholarships care for the greater SULTONA 1 lb. Jar :I Jb.
u1rca"t'.I
,f to the the name said of Issued. Rodgers.Unless was. Johns, Paul Smith, Clayton Strick part of expenses for one year of PEANUT BUTTER 15c 25
said certificate: shall be land, Jr., Harry Downing. Nor college and students awarded thesescholarships
redeemed according to law tax deed wood Guilford and Charles Knight. have first to be approved -
; 'l O. will Issue thereon on the llth. day: by the State Board
astMthe Suced1k of August A. r>. 1934. "" M of Con- Del Monte ProductsDEL
N Dated this 17th., day of July: ''A.. ..Fame la. no !sure1 test'of merit, trol. ,

D.).38. A. J. THOMAS.: butOnly probability 1 of such; It Miss Dodd Is majoring'in home MONTE! FANCYSPINACH i

'?,n Clark of..Circuit Court, is an aectden t,..nota, property of economics: In the School of Home -
ALWAYS JAY "una MPHMM" NOW WHIN 'YOU,BUT Bradford County'1.30 Florida at 5.11 .man.- Ca.jyl"
of the college ,4-H. club and
RePORT OF COUNTY, rVND.. fORD CO UNTY row PBMIOO KMDI.IG: SKPT. :M NTH 1S83. the college life saving corps during I DEL MONTE READY TO: SERVE

The following report of''the r. .''pta and l disbursements 1>r\nl Countybalances fund of Bradford County for the per lod ending &X>t.;' lOt II. 1S3S. with" the each of her- three years at the FRUIT for SALAD No. 1 Can 1
andamount of warrant outstanding and a statement of the ai,mots and liabilities and the value of Cult' property of the said Bradford StateCollege' for Women. I'
Bounty! as reported on the 30th day of Sept. 191S by the Hoard of County Commissioners and. the Clark of ( Court U hereby published under Last
,the provisions of Chapter $ U. Acts.ot lUll, Laws, of Florida. Comptroller; V yer in addition she was a memberof DEL MOVTE! LOUISIANA. YELLOW CLING
J. M. LEE the
;'f .A''H' astronomy club. I ILAWTEr PEACHES No.'21/2:Can. I

1' 6rr1 I y
',, t s! 's'tir'' i .. '

3i i S$ 1 1 .1'tl' V'i.I .! ,I': In" :: s 0. J. Phillips Cmes0..d..1' -' :
IS.ill) ?
,. .. _.' ... .. 'The Ladles Aid of the Methodist FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETAB1
1:1.
JFUNDS : a .t ....-. : Q = :: church met last Friday at the
,
.J4 .
BaUaeesDr. : a
.
... .
.
'Outstanding'OutstandingWarrants !

Depository DepositoryBaUaees i BaUaees!" ,. Warrants WarrantsCr. Ji;: lid 'SfiSi!' -.] j t:': -...I. ,. Warran WarranOutaUo'OutaUo OutaUof! I".; '. ,a..-=rr a !ij 1 home ladle. P. Cibba of had Mrs u'and a.their)W('.,.Roberts.guests O L. SUat-Mrs.E. The. FRESH CABBAGE, lb. 37*5 5.CARROTS"


,, 4 i U : ton of Jacksonville and the Wo TOMATOES 2IM. for

....... .. ". .. .. .... ". man' :Missionary Society of Law. bunch J
111.110 6i90 '\ toy Baptist Church. ,During,'the or BEETS, per
'0 "eaeral pane" ._.:.._-.._ 4.640.01 1'71.10 1I.ln.tO 1I.'U. 1.00. ;'..t. 3,114.71 yt I seas It.l11. 113.10 afternoon Mrs., Cibba gave a talk
'".n. A; Forfeiturew 181.10 '111..0 7,400.09 ......05 111.0 106JO,. j'. UII.Ie. 101." It.'& on missionaries and'lira. Stratton WHITE ONIONS 2 lbs. for J
Road A Bridge Malnt.Agriculture 11.12 1.300.$3 1.111.110 'i' I ) ,r '1 tt! c'. .' 03,71 lII.n _
t "
_._.....__ n.01 ...... t .10.0&_._._. "_. '30.70 111.11 Cave several readings..which l14tbtll'
...
Publicity _......____ .0.11I I. --- 711.is 'U 1.61 elf composed.. The business ORANGES Dozen
Building' __.. 11..81 ItO.t n .. n.1I 12.36
WIdow. Pension _...._a 311.3$ IS.OO 500,01 tU.OO 11.1 ,. ')'1'0 loI. ''tU.U U3.1t meeting followed after which

Outstanding Indebtedness 1&2.n ..... 8IUj." 15,40 06.10: "r.1 "'7.tI .ID.TS 181." home made Ice cream and cake California Iceberg LETTUCE, head

Relief: .._.._...._ _._ 161$6 611.00 HO.OO .. ".n' 5.30r' was served. J
.' # Mr. and :Mrs. Jim' 'COOKING for
.. Total ___.__.._ ,11,11..12 i ':'e' 1121,10 \ 'OU1.'U- III.UI.n. .11..0 111.0 ,'41..' 17, 1.6,64.10.t:3: ,, : 1,111'.11 Ralford visited Mr. ,and Godwin Mrs. O.of APPLES, 2 Ibs.

;tw: R. Reddish .Thuradayafternoon. ,CELERY Stalk 1ZI'

: 'AND LIABI..Ti.'tM'. $ 7' ,if 4 a, VALLE or COUNTY PROPERTY "D.o.. They,fcave"Just .returned. from I IBANANAS' J
tp IRISH
; A.SET. } .
I": i -* Y. trip U the ..World's/ JTaU.STr POTATOES 10 lb.. for
I to C Aeees t r.,: f' iI/II TIItal 1 r t'ile'V. Court Jou. ____...____..::; _-::...d'C'J'.o.( ill 33000.00 'W.--\Jt'Cban'l"r: ( I returned 1
.. All 1_.__.,. 1IU.1I ..:... .. ... ... .1': ] '41br4 for
o n..oll.ct.d Ta... -......._., __..__, .._ ..__..__.._ ,. "$.161.311. ... -- Court Rou.. '.".urnltu.. -Ixt"r..a. .----..,-. -'-...'...... --ii' ...U.S.04 ,spent several-months with her brother __

'{7A Warrants t.l.tllllle. Outstanding fol':'.Curren' !:. ..._....,.-:_..,1iI.: .... nt.....;J.Irll.l: ...,.."UII'. ,.'.:::'","Flxlre.,. ,.1 ."'ff' _, ...,".___.)....;.... _, .. .., ''U..O 1 ,Dar. Henry Talley.Mr. THE GREAT ATLANTIC &: PACIFIC TEA CQ5ff! \:

,Total_..__.________ 28.n 11'0 Tgtat -\\f;...-.-..,..,......-.-;.---.-+_.-.. .....-.., U.II ,o' and Mrs. ,J. T. Moore fo

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r- w----- ;;;;;d---; E. 3. Matthews, E.- -Miss--.-Hazel--MIddleton- --- ---- ---_.. -- .- .- .... "- -- -- ,..-"' --- .... __ ., -_. .. n .. .. -- ..PAOE- -- ..-.PIV6-- ,
,L. with Miss Rev. George H. Lowry, of the A. F. Souls who Is an employeeof
Matthews
and Dr and Mrs. II Rachel
Smith of
B. ;McLendott(?have moved out to Connie Padgett of Madison Palmetto and Miss Presbyterian: church win leave ear the Seaboard All Line Railway NAT SEZ: li1

Bits of the Matthews' cottage at Kingsley Sunday from Jacksonville sewed.Jhe IjC tmxt peek for'' Mnryviile, Ten- Ie enjoying a two..weeks vacation
here with his their
family at residence -
.... Lake. for several. weeks. stay. Steamship Cherokee, for New York nessee: ,'where he will spend his vacation LDy Come to ,my sale- fol
-- the y>n Cherry; Street le. This faa ,
during month of ,
----- where Augt. '. ,
; city they will spend two. .... sure wtongh.. Sale.
,." will be -p--- Everything
ila3i'anMrs.: I "George C. White weeks visiting friends and taking Jle accompanied by :guaranteed! to fee> ,lower In
local Nevig and little Frances White, of Tal- in the sights of that city. Mrs. 'Lowry and their daughter, act of the legf.ia& re, Kentucky : than our regular price
lahassee, spent the week-end in Margaret puiicg his absence the observes Memorial Day on I low prices,
Starke with Mr. Mr. and session of the ch'rehViII have June 3, birthday' of Jefferson Davis I
CONCERNING OUR and Mrs. O. W. Mrs:T. N. Kendrick had It means a A4t
PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Alderman and Mrs. J. W, White. as recent guests at their home on charge'of the supply pulpit. President of the Confederacy. great saving on

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY Madison street Mr. and Mrs Icn
AND TOWN i>FTRKItlTOM' ANn goods that you
I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Woody and Charles Gibson end daughters, Ma- Miss( rZ.onna'ci,,_Wells, and Miss *. need so 'don't
C. Woods of Ft. Lauderdale, have ry and Lois 'Caurlaburg., N,,CU, Ne'IUe.l Wltktns:: of-Detroit. Michi- persona Notice hnvlnir In hereby claim\, itlven or ilonmndu that oil hesitate, but be
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. !Mrs W. S. Gibson 'aqd daughter.! gsji, are'guests of Mr. and Mrs. .....lnRt the. Kntat of Rurlo C. H.lborvor l- there. I'll quote
.- Eunice and', .rXraglaa,Clbaon:: ,piRed MraXTYoung.: at their residence d.re.ued.. to the their.. rlmmH, i
of Bessant, Jr., for several days at on In the ninra of K K '. you some of ;
Peele Lawtey, was a Mr.
joe D. and Mrs: Charles Imbach their residence on Madison street. Springs N. ,C., and. Mr.'S and Call..*tr..V; ,.M:'. and Mrs. Young County duds, In the j Court douse: the bargains :
visitor here Monday. and Mrs George C. Kruse, spent M 's. Leon Gibson .of, FayettevUle. accompanied .by.lhelr guests enjoyed of Bradford... County. Florida, within but cannot Include "
eight onl lr
n month. from
< the
last date
-- Thursday afternoon in Jack- Misses Fenella and a Snyder N. C. I a> trip,',to. t SI>uth:Florida this of the first publication of thin. notie. > all of i
M. L. Johns of New River wasa sonville. I week*{ h-e ;they, 'visited Silver *. And thu. Indvblod. to the .*. them' because
here Monday., 'with Miss Lillian Garrls and Mrs.Meroue'kttWedneee Sprlnpi* t..t. Sr. required' to i>.ay the same to .. ;.
visitor BoK Tower and .
Miss Mona Tomjtnson, many the undornlitncd" .dmlnlntrator.KMMA they charge '
Franklin and George Carlisle, Wesley day for her home In'MiamViifter' :other. places of,scenic beauty M, HKIHKHOKHCORI1ART !: money for this
Leake and W, A. Carey of Jacksonville ,. R. HKIHKItOISnAdmlnlatratom. newspaper space.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop spent of Jacksonville;spent the week-end a several days! visit here: with her "r.-; 7-88-4tll-lS f fI
spent at '
Monday In JacksonvUle.: hare with their cousin AI Kay Lake. Sunday Kingsley cousins Rev, and Mrs. C; B. Price :): '1'--' attractively' /

Carlisle. at the Paatorfum 04 Walnut,street.Mrs. pricetLstyDnmark's. Furniture FRIDAY AT 9S0 A. M. 'i81x99
Price and two I
little daU&bt.ers '
C. R. Sapp of Lake Butler was "Fryers elSe: each at Woods." 1311ors7h: ''IoI ; "
attending to business here Saturday Mrs. W. P. Randall and children, Gloria and Helen,|icpom.paixJ> *<) ark./" After August 4th I
Mrs Krouae home wWenJoy .
I and
of Jacksonville are guests of Mrs. Miss Annie PEPPERRELLSHEETS"
Mae Pearce
; who is
Randall's a two weeks:visit. with relatives Tuesdays Issue of the Times-Un I
J. M. Alvarez parents, Mr. and Mrs. attending summer school at the there and, at Coral. Gables. ion carried a photo of Miss Etta: will be 'located at
W. B. Brannen Jr., of
Sheriff University of Florida, Gainesville, Mae Hill of Lake, City, who was
Lake Butler, was a visitor here spent the week-end here at the Mr; and MrawPate Gassett had unanimously elected sponsor of the 89c' ,
Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord have i home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. as their guests last week-end at Second Battalion of the 12th' In- 407 Lemon Street
returned home from a two months J. limit :I to a customer.
Pearce. their home on Cherry Street, Mr.OaaseU' '
Florida National Guard,
fantry
and Mrs. C, F. Litcbf leld of visit in Fenton and Flint
.
Michigan, father, F. M. Gassett
during'It, recent training periodat
Brookir, were visitors to Starke with relatives. Palatka FloridaJ.
Mr ,
and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand and three brothers. Mike and Grady Camp Foster The battalion Is
Monday. daughters, Mary and Madge, Gassett of Skipperville, Ala- composed of, ,Headquarters Com
Mr. and,Mrs. RC. Buford and Little Miss Elise Green spent theflrst have been enjoying a several days bama and Jesse Caaaett of San pany, Starke; Company E., Live Uf'aulur s.1.00 I II
daughter 'Gloria, spent Friday in of the week at Kingsley Lake visit In DeLand with Mrs. Brown- Antonio, Texas and his brother-in- Oak; Company F., Jacksonville; H. Courtmanch
Jacksonville. ", with little ;Misses Ida Lula and lee's brother-in-law and sister, Col. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Company G., Jacksonville and
Marjorie' Davis. I and Mrs. J.\E. Futch. Shepard of River, Junction Company H., Lake City. TABLE AMP

Attorney H. O. Brown of Lake I I I I C -_ ____ ___ I '" :
u u
Butler, was a professional. visitor Mrs. Olllver Asplnwall of Jack- Mrs. Marie Freeman and two, ,
here Monday., sonville, has been enjoying a visit daughters Misses Mary and :Ann, i 69c'L :'
"
here with' her parents, Mr. and and son, Wilbur, of vi \ ','
Ivan Hazen and Resale Colson Mrs. T. S. Williams.,, spent last week here TallahaSSee'1
with
of Brooker, were visitors here Fri- of Mr. and Mrs. H. TIP TOP Domino Cane purghwisKRINKLEI"

day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray and their cottage at Kingsley Lake. : V

children, of Gainesville, have been --
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johns of spending several days at their cot- Mrs George B. Flynn left Sun. SUGAR
Hampton, were visitors here Sat- tage at Kingsley Lake. day for Calhoun Falls, South Car- *
urday aft rnoon. olina, where she will spend two GROCERY )

"Fryers 25c each at Woods. weeks ,with her husband, who is 5 ibs. 25c
Miss Ruth Sternberg returned located there for several weeks BED SPREADS i a
Monday from a several weeks visitIn Mrs. P. S. McMillan and son, Mrs.,Flynn Swill also visit in Tennessee Friday & Saturday, July 27 & 28th. <
New: York City. Charles Henry, of Lake Wales, are before 'returning home.
here visiting Rev; and Mrs. L. G. ._ ', I STARKE, FLORIDA ... i all "0101'11V' rl 11
Clerk of Court, A. J. Thomas, Hemingway and family.' Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Trask and
was attending to business In children who have been enjoying 59c
Fancy Fruits and Vegetables. 'Cheese 15c
Gainesville Monday. Mrs. J. B. Sapp and daughter, a ten days visit here with Mrs.' lb.
Miss Dorothy, spent Monday In Trask's mother and sister, Mrs. ,

L. H. Futch and L. A. Johnsof Gainesville visiting Mrs. Sapp's W. H. Perkins and Miss Eunice No. 1 Cobler POTATOES 10.IBs. 17c _
Hampton, were attending to sister, Mrs. 3f., A., ,Moore. Perkins 'at their home on Call rn irib .
business here Fjrlday.- Street, are returning today to their 29c 8ATlTltD"Y A.. 9t30 A. M.It .
Arthur'' Cook: of Lake Worth, home In Lakeland. 'YIIrIh'of
Large Hard LETTUCE-; each: 7'/2C ,)
Rev. C. B. Price has as his guest; spent Friday in Starke with Mr. -

this week, his nephew, DempseySox and Mrs. J. H. Lord at their residence Nothing better than homemadeIce DRUID LL

of Coral Gables. on ,,Madison\ Street. cream in summertime. Get Large CELERY each lOc Kellogg'
.. .. _.....:::10_ ._ SHEETING8ge'
._ your freezer at Denmark's Furniture '
Miss Dorothy White Is in West Mr and;Mrr. R. S.Johns of Lake Store. CORN FLAKES

Palm Beach visiting her aunt Mrs. Butter, were, in Starke Sunday Large Juicy LEMONS' doz. > 19c ,
G. C. Bates, ;and family. visiting 'Mrs. John's parents, Mr. Rev.I and Mrs. Q. H. Lowry at- Umlt 10 )'artt.. to a customer" '
and.Mrs.'VC H.t Green. tended the exercises at Camp 1m-

New refrigerator for the hot: : : mokallee last Wednesday evening, Florida Key LIMES, doz. ___ __ __5c 2 pkgs 15c ;
weather, at Denmark's Furniture, Mrs. Robert E.'Tanner and son, at which time their daughter, Mar
Store. Bobby, of Baldwin, are enjoying a garet, who has been attending the

visit here with Mrs. Tanner's mother camp for the past two weeks, was Tender.Green BEANS, lb. .. __ _lOc Kellogg's Regular. tSo Value.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bitch of Mrs Laura: Powell,; among those receiving an award. I +
'"khe State Farm' ? wete"'v!\, sttors I'll *-i *. .1 Miss Lowry received Y.,JH. C. A. 20 z 40 ,,
here Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, I Camp: Emblem for her excellent Golden Ripe BANANAS, 4 Ibs. 15c BRAN, FLAKESConcord ,,,"a. ,?

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon and rating at the camp Jn sportsmanship BATH TOWELS''
Maurice G. Langford,'of Gainesville E. L. Matthews: are spending and the following activities:
/
was attending to business awhile at Kingsley ,Lake.J. Bible Study, Classmanshlp, Bask.* Concord GRAPES, 3 Ibs .. .- .25c Pkg. '1
here Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. .' etfy. Soap Carving, Life Saving, pl5a.Fill. .- l I

H._.,Ritch, deputy collector Swimming, Ettvtag, ,and .Dramatics.: h...... } '",', ,'1 ,
I ..R.' Demorest; spent sev- internal: Revenue, with headquartera OATS .15c
Matches 3 bxs. lOc 42
eral days last week with friends In at Tallahassee, spent the week- oz. Prunes, 1 lb.,carton lOcRaisins .. '.,,'
Ashburn and BacentonGeorgia.< end here with Ms family.
RITZ THEATRE SALT, 3 boxes lOc Cocoa, 1.Ib. can 12c oII: ,$A"::' LYBOYS'OVERALLS
Mrs. Herbert,C.' Rltch Is spend Mrs. L. G. Powell returned Fri- 15 oz. pkg 71.l
Ing the week-end in Gainesville, day from a ten days visit in Columbia aTABwPLOItIDA '

with her,father, S. H.,Demaree.s South Carolina with her Best White Compound Lard Whole Grain '
mother, Mrs. A. H. Frlpp. Program B-glnnIng July 26th. :,

Inman two weeks Green visit baa In been Mayo enjoyinga with| Mrs. C. C. Cross..who has spent FRIDAY JULY S7th Bacon Ib. 13c '3 Ibs. 25c 'RICE; 5 Ibs. 23c "T5 "Yall y

his grandmother Mrs. L. A. Dees. the past month here with her sister "Shoot The Works"Jack ,' '49c' '
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, left this
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell, and week for Atlanta, Georgia., Oakle, Ben Bernie and Ills SNOW WHEAT OR SNOWDRIFT ,
Miss Johnnie Ree Cone of Brooker, Band. Dorothy Dell ArUne
'
Judge, Alison 6 Lbs12 Lbs. S
were visitors here Tuesday after Mrs. F.H. Long,Miss Lois Long Karns SklpworthKowcoe '; 24 Lbs. 4

noon. Billy Long Mrs.. Ruby Raymondand
family are spending awhile at SATURDAY, JULY 28th LOUR 25c47c89' Men'rDRESS .
Mrs. C. D. Whitaker and Mrs. Kingsley Lake, at the Peek place.
J. G.Godwin of the State Farm, "DEVIL TIGER"Kane SHIRTS

were visitors here Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. W. T Brinson of Richmond, Marlon Burn

noon. Valdosta, Georgia, were the week Blue, Tan and Gr_
end guests of Mrs. Brmson's grandparents ; SUN. MON., JULY 29th Jfc SOtJi

"Fryers 25o each at Woods." -, Mr.- and Mrs F. B. Johns. BAERCARNERAComplete TIP TOP MARKET DELMONTK 49c''

Mr. and Mrs., J. F. Shaw and Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrick is In Savannah Fight Picture SUGAR' PEAS

two children of the State Farm, Georgia, spending sometime
were visitors here Sunday afternoon I with her son-in-law and "She Wat"A BEEF ROAST lb. 20c I
I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Den- Lady"with (Rump) Na-2 Can 16c ,"

ny. IIUFFLKD J
Mils Lucy Doyle of Green Cove Helen" Twelvetreee, Donald STEW EEF'lb.- lOc TENDER GREEN
___.':_ ..
Woods, Ralph Morgan : - -
Springs, spent Sunday in Starke Milton'Brownlee.. Jr., has returned -
with, her sister, Miss Georgia from a six weeks stay at the Also NEWSREEL Asparagus Tips CURTAIN ETS i

Doyle., Reserve Officers Training Corpsat TVEJ&. WED., JULY 31, Jlt.q L PORK CHOPS, lb. ___ ___ .. .. 20c
I Fort McClellan, near Jit.DD\\ Blue toss, Green
< "As Husbands Go" .... ..
William Doyle of Green Cove Alabama.Mr. ] "
Springs was in Starke Thursday ton// Waner Baster Helen Vision BREAKFAST BACON, lb. ___ 25c l121/c 29c I
afternoon attending the baseball .and )fts.'R. V. Turner al.. I
Barley Decade, Bath Etting '" ,
game. children of Jacksonville, spent. SMALL WEINERS, lb. __ __? __ 18c I i
weeM-end in stance with jura.Tivmer's r
parents, Mr. and Mrs :Pineapple I -
: A F. B. Johns. ROUND STEAK, lb. _________ 25c
CENT WORD
WAKE Up.YOURLIVERIILE
.
Save steps with a new kitchen; I PORTER HOUSE STEAK Ib. __32c No.2 Can 15c FULL FASHIONED. : a
COLUMN: cabinet, "at Denmark's Furniture
SILK HOSE
TTPEWRITBR: RIBBONS cartoon Store. : SUMMER;':SAUSAGE,. each ___,15c YAltrCAm'' I

paper and second sheets on sale Mr,, Harold C. Wall returned TUNA FISH

at the Telegraph. "office. Phone 2ftt ; Sunday from Sri Petersburg, where BREAKFAST SAUSAGE Ib ___21c 59c '1 1I
WITHOUT CALOMEL ,
t weeks
she baa spent the past two /2 1 Ib. Can 15c
with her parents, Mr., aDd Mrs. --5----

Ready FOR to SALE set.:-'.Strawberry 2.00 per.. thousand.Ujx plants.! C4 T.:Dutton.* And YoaH J....Ort of Be4 fa FATTENS, !b. -__. _y--:-t-_ ...,, 17c I

Vtnlng.,, '' .. Itp. IOU J1le' Hutchlns, daughter the Mornfat lUrhV to Go FAT FRYERS Ib. Codicil Cakes

;and ,Mrs. T. U.: Hutchlns, a..d .... ... ...-------.j.--- 2Oc,,
of' Mri: sae sI4
FOR 'two- n ht/
RENT-Comfortable" see Can ______.. ISc
home several ......._,a..s.II......_ .____
confine to her
room apartment. Plenty of windows. was __....------. ...- Men'sWORK'
See Mrs A. F. Murrhee. Up. days last week convalescing_ from .d.-w_..--yes s Adsds swum HI-PLANE r
> tonsil operation.' eM e.oysss.d 111II............ : BIG 4 SOAP PINK ''
a SALMON
FOR to Poe tsr....Si k cry... wb. PANTS88c
RENT-4-room cottage TOBACCO 813cPalm CHIPS
sad .re resit .Sai7iy..etai. Pkg. ___5c
town also farm, large,and small Paul Knight.. student at the ..TIIa err lw t.w ., I
: I*...... ___ I Ib. TALL CAN 12/ c
sate Summer r
or rent. R. F. Demorest of Florida
University .uaJ..phi w:___ _MIl,. Olive Soap t Octagon Soap
Starke. Florid ltp. the week-end, In ... ,
? School spent K tkto Mto I.BOT SOTte. a.dr.1** .
FOR SALEGood! farm Jersey Starke ,with his parents,, CoL and a..a't. Wise dicla rp y..r...-des'r Y.s... .h.wrres. ... aski..lt..Ia Bar _________... 5c J5 for .;._____ JOe S upersu cia, 3 pal.-25cPillsbury
Mrs D..E., Knight ...
cow, fresh SejV: S. Pine Breeze ; ksenwud. .:=Ye ,hbJ.mw i I
pullets ad yw.I, .less ed_few__ Ballard 6 Lbs. 12 Lbs. 24 Lb ;s r
and ccc ,--els, plow tools, Cotaaty I rJonutnisatoner G. W.Hiasoarwbo ...- or s. That gives you an Idea of the '
household goodr ear corn. F. :J. has_been,,seriously 111 for ,+ I. u ry wi teal.d1-CARTII.'IIJ.nTUI.I.lVJ be.rgslns In store for you at this'
g ttee. Runts? : y- ,, ."lips. .JMeks at, his home :" LL& Ie ass J Ie. rn be looking for you. w'
tJJIe Vast tw __ .... .... .104 __ ;
the result of a fwl r., 5p.. T...., __ IT ,PAYS TO BUY AT: 1 t'
LOS Hampton as Flour c59c ;;
-One p.r1'of'amber; colored near removed ...._....._tie _____ wanly 1.17'S
trained: glee.i, in steel case. k/ofVaMJysla." was ehr It_..___w_II..fnooI.. ;
Return to TelegvOffice; of Telephone here Tuesday to the'Alvares Hospital .......,.....>>_.....Ad...C..tsr'e ,.. .. ,, TERNBERG'S' \
,street:tor treatment IJuIa u..PIIIIro......it w.rs C..s e1nw ,
Exchange. Reasonable re- on Walnut Lw..._ ... ... 1eMi. "-t. ,I ,t
Wa .H.,,A. BJahvp. tp. ,, .rah nIh..elawr.suuar.c.. Stark, Florida rh,

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .
un_'_ '_ FRIDA.rLV"...
1 I .I*.--- ,195},

HIGHLAND LAKE BUTLERRed :past week. Saturday and Sunday ed by the Rev. Jim Thomas. They of Jacksonville were visiting

were the weather man's day off are making their home at Lake their
.
M. Kt Cr w.. Corres.oed.n.Mr fierce Correspondent I brother R. L. Kite Sunday
,and the clouds did their stuff in Butler, and their many friends
and Mrs. Max Carter left the way of looking down upon wish them much happiness. I Mrs. Edna Harley of t.awtey

FARMERS SECTIONConducted Monday far Hot Springs, Ark., and LAKE BUTLER, July ?6.-The the young plants and opening their! LOCALSMrs. spent a few days here with her

are planning to spend a month or FERA malaria control project under mouths In an unusual downpour Enoch Griffis and Mrs. Carl parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pare-
six weeks at this resort the direction of Raymond McKinley menter, last week.
Clouds raged above for two days Wooten and daughters, Catherineand
by Demonstration Agents Mr. and Mrs., W.. R. WImberlyand In Union cftttnty Is making and farmers Monday threw outa Joe Ella, of Lawtey were Mr. and !{rs. Alvin Jones

Billy WImberly of Madison progress. Thirty-five homes have white flag admitting the horn guest of Mrs. D. L. Brown and a part of last week In Ja.ckaon.Spent

I spent Sunday here with Mrs. H. received screening from FERA of plenty In the way of rain had family Friday evening. vllle" visiting relatives.Mr. .

.., ''\oiJ:_ U .IJJ 11I- C. WImberly and family.Mr. project workers for The labor amount l la $4033.40.spent on this according 'been fully filled.It We are very sorry to report that and Mrs. Lacy Davis or

and Mrs. L. J. Norman Miss to figures from the administration must be taken Into consider Mrs. D. 1.. Brown is on the sick( Jacksonville spent a few nays or

I'' Eyes of Scientific Cleo Norman and G. N. Norman I office.,, Other projects in atlon, however, that water makes list, and we wish her a speedy re last week here visiting her t> i.

RURAL were In Lawtey Saturday. ,the county which are making rapid ponds and ponds breed red-eyed covery. ents Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Parementl

And Medical World Mr. and Mrs. H. C. WImberly, headway towards completion is the perches and all that goes to make: ar and her sister Mrs. Nevm BM

COMMON SENSE Miss Beth WImberly and Miss Patty storm-damage project, the paint this a better world In which to I HEILBRONN SPRINGS ney, at Starke., ,
Turned to Florida WImberly visited in Starke Sat- project pull in and shove out the wholesome .. .
By SPUDS JOHNSON dealing with painting at 11.! Thclm,RkvO., Carre pon.rnt
urday., the State Prison Farm at Ralford Florida air. Fishing/ is still Deaf or blind persons In Qer
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA-To In order the famous We are sorry to know that lit-
as summer
wear
with FERA and many arm bands of
J..L Rafuse and family had the laborers Installing conspicu
HOME LIVING PROGRAM Florida, attention of the scientific misfortune, to lose their home by the team heat system at Union sport and anything from a ten- tle Agnes Rhoden is sick this week. ous yellow, bearing a triangle of
and medical world has turned with pound trout tQ a case of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite Mr. and black
splendid large dots
ON as
BASED PRINCIPLE OF fire Friday night, the origin of the County High School here, which a warning to
the discovery of the cause of leuke- the "swamp Itch" can'easily be :Mrs. Malvin Kite and mother, all motorists
MORE THAN ONE PLAN mia In chickens announced last fire was unknown, the family being will be completed In a short time. caught.

Folks who.are not familiar with week by the Florida Experiment away at the time, it burned. -

'farming frequently have fallen into Station. This' disease baa baffled Miss Marguerite Davis, Mrs. Le- CHANGES MADE BY FERA ,I -

",: the error of believing that the"llveathome" science since 1845, and finding the' ta Rossingnol and B. M. WImberlyof F. E. Clayton, director of FERA Circuit CIRCUIT Clerk CLERK S. T.REPORTS Dowling, I + Do You Know?
cause In chickens may save the Jacksonville visited relatives operations In Columbia county has + J Jn
program consists ot: made the announcement last week
poultry Industry thousands of dollars and friends here Sunday also been appointed to that placeIn
specific plan which can be followed that the net receipts received for
and lead to control of leukemia H. C. WImberly returned to this county. Mr. Clayton suc-
regardless of conditions the first six months period of this
ceeds Sidney 'Hammond seven
in humane
fr Gainesville Monday after spendingthe
Failure Inevitably followed total collec-
would attend year were as
months In charge of the FERA activities -
? any attempt to foster the Idea on Dr. Wilmon Newell, director of week-end here with his family.Mr. will tions for the years' first period
here. Mr: 'Hammond
.the basis of hard and fast rules the station, has received congratulations and Mrs. E. Groves of Law- in the ending June 30, were $1,205.48,
act capacity of superintendent
fr uniform observance, and further questions tey were visitors here Sunday.J. of projects, assisted by Howard office help and paid out was $312,
"* from all over the country. With 'W;> Griffis'and -J.' F.' Griffis leaving a net receipt of $893.48.
In Florida
where soils and related Croom, former project engineer.
?
the cause of leukemia in chickensnow were, visitors to Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. ,
elements In the situation differ --
known, the station workers H. C. WImberly. Sr., returned -
so greatly, It would be prac- UNION FARMERS TORECEIVE PERSONALS
tically foolish for all farmers!\ to have launched experiments that Sunday from a visit with relatives 12000. I Miss Mabel Fulton, who Is at- a' + ?W4bM ;JS A'
look very promisling in workingout at Madison. .
undertake the same practices asa tending summer school In Gaines.villa
{ means of providing home-raised prevention and control meas Mrs. W. A. Bessent, Jr., of The sixty-three Union county was the guest of her aunt, da'de I

,,' foodstuffs and feedstuffs. Workers ures. Starke and her house guests, Mr. farmers who have signed contracts Mrs. C. J. Floyd and family, over \
in'' the State Agricultural Exten- In discovering the cause of this and Mrs. Bobby Woods and C. with the government to reduce the week-end.

Mon Service!\ which has sponsored trouble, Dr. M. W. Emmet!: assistant Woods of Ft. Lauderdale, were their corn-hog crops this year are Mrs. Marcus Howard and little

the "llvlng-at-home" movement, veterinarian, made use of all visitors here' Friday to receive over $12.000 in payment, daughter, Gere, and Miss Clarice >"'',!"i'.>.1'o"" "''' ''<<" H,,,,<, <
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the facts known to and child-
fully recognize the truth of the applicable Mrs. Nelson T. Green according to L. T. Dyer county Long left Friday for Quincy, where > "'
r'' conclusion. science and of the years he has rep of Starve spent Sunday here agent, who la In charge of this they will visit frlenda. :

Activities for a more widespread spent. studying Intestines.the, bacteria ofchickens' with relatives. work in the county. Mrs. Susie TS.: Townsend has returned y '
*Ha wan reallv -
'production on Florida farms of the ---------- cli'ckenll; but they have never been to her home after a pleasant
and tbe'gangsters he
r foods and feeds consumed there MRS. MANN HONORED AT three weeks Visit at Salt
able to break through all the con-
r 1-------- were so small It took a RECEPTION FRIDAY
property!\ have beec more in the na- microscope to see them. fusion and pick one with which Springs.
ture of a than of Mesdames A. C. Strickland andJ. t.
program a plan. That M
Then too, thousands of different they could cause the.disease. Mrs. Howard Roberts spent the
Under the former the flexibility Infeasible kinds were all jumbled up in the Is what Dr. Emmel did. He has M. Mann entertained at a reception week-end in Alachua as the guest w
2 without which success Friday of last week from B::00
sick birds. shown that leukemia in chickens of Misses Gladys and Hazel Elliott.
rd 'could not be obtained. Procedure members of the typhoid to 7:00: o'clock honoring' Mrs.
is caused! by Miss Natllee Jones is spending
of has been recommended, subject to Other research1 workers' have Mann' daughter-in.-Iaw, Mrs. How
of bac-
and
para.typhoid gangs some time in Tampa as the guest
modifications may be required in found these name bacteria, in teria In the chicken's blood. These ard Mann. The home of Mrs. Mann of her brother and family Mr. and

d Individual Instances, that affords a which the United States was bacteria give off something that was open en suite and the color Mrs. Joe Jones, Jr.
h background for achieving the de- the life-giving corpuscles. scheme of pink and green was effectively
ounded.: Undcyr the practices that disturbs Miss Vivian Fowler has returnedto
,aired end. thrive when the program la in He has also proven that they cause carried)lout with ferns her home here after a pleasant .

"Livlng-at-home" may mean one force economy security and Indus- fowl paralysis, more of a nerve and summer flowers. visit with friends In Daytona

thing, In respect to crops and prac- tlal prosperity alway. have been I trouble, and that they get Into the Guests were met at the door of Beach.

tices, when adopted by Farmer A. most In evidence., Farmers, are blood through tiny holes made In the living room by Mrs. Carl Mrs. T. J. Townsend and daughter -

and quite another thing as followedby good buyers in fabricated productsIn the Intestines by such things as Brown and, Mrs.- Marcus Howard Ollie Mae. Alva Fowler and

Farmer B. Differences In the proportion as they are Able to worms. and ushered to a desk for register Phillip Roberts have returned to

;. methods used are likely to be I avoid spending money for output Dr. Emmel took all kinds of bac- ation In the bride's book. Punch their home here after a week at Hut<*tk, Cords N.u-l *.!.?,

marked as between farms located I they can raise on their own acres. teria from sick chickens and grew, was served by, Misses Ella Mae Salt Springs. .' '
at distance Strickland and Mamie Howard. THAT Annapolis Royal, Nova 8oetla.formerly Port Royal" le the oldest
some from each other. I them oa special foods in little glass I In ....
settlement
On the continent
north of
County Agricultural Agents and August 1 has been approved asthe dishes. With a.. pin point he transferred I the receiving line were Mrs. A.. C. DOUBLE RUN It was founded In 1604 by Pierre du Cast; sleurtfes' the,Monte Gulf and of Mexico Samuel

l Extension Service Specialists are, opening date of flue-cured auction different kinds into test Strickland, Mrs. however, In position to advise help tobacco markets In the Flori- tubes, and then carried them Mrs. C. F. Rivers, who introducedthe Ml* Beet .Browa. CerreapoadeatANDERSONKERSEY ether"firsts". Those Include the first hlQhwsy In North America ((1805));

fully, no matter where in the stateor a-Georgla belt by Acting Secretary through all kinds of test. and mi- bride. the first drama!written and .ta*.d tl606))' the first social l l club Order
what Is the need for guidance. of Agriculture M.- L. Wilson. croscopic examination to Identify Enos Anderson of Lake Butler of,Good Ch..,*! (1108)): "..t grist mill (1M7) end the flfst" wsterpowtr

t ,"Living-at-home" means to the The South Carolina market were them. He had to do scores of bac- PLENTY OF RAINS THANKS and Miss Inez Kersey of this section (1607). The photograph shows the old powder magazine' of the fort.
'agriculture of ,a community that let for opening August 8 while teria this way and then Inject them Lake Butler and surrounding vicinities were united In'marriage Sunday The fort *.. captured I" 1710 by Now Englanders! and renamed Annepolls -
there has been return to will Into birds to if would have been the host to Ro.I. The key ef the fort was carried to Boston and kept thiroott
the prin- more northern markets) open see they a : afternoon at the home of the until when .It returned .
was
'
through the
of the
ciple of agrarian Independence on from August 23 on. cause the disease. sufficient amount of rains in the bride: The ceremony was perform Mst Society.l I agency Mssuchu.W

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r LJFJI'S THORNS The Union of South Africa will

I begin the largest program of public ,
The trouble with a lot of us is works on record In the '
aar1bl I The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures I we want to accomplish many spending about $13.000,000 near future -

things, but aren't willing to pay within two or three. years.
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woni is a Imp unto my feet, nd s. light unto my nth.-Pain 113.105.r: the price.If .
life was a game In which the Stop Chills

VJUJ!IfTI:1IIlirJl3llf; 3J friuni., c AU Jrei.il! tihewy arestohave( dnimspon rewards platter were to anyone handed who out on happened a silver -- .'

the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with to ask for them, lots of folks
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose word fit into every fold and crevice and Fever!
heart, and of whom it would sleep In rose beds.
cf the human was Mid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN .
SPAKE LIKE TiltS MAN." y -a But unfortunately, you've got to
t reckon with the thorns. Rid Your Syfttm of Malarial ,
pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to usa this de AIn
pertinent for news of church activities, organizations and announce "He who would climb a tree", Shivering with chills one moment and :

menta. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement ..,, I tr. said Thackeray, "must grasp Its burning with fever the nest-that's one
y g that such Item reach this office before Wednesday morning; Z .a r branches--not the blossoms." of the effect<< of Malaria. Unless checked
iu they cannot_ bo handled for current tunn.ST1KKE Which means that you've got to the dl..ue will do serious harm to your r.
-- -- ------- ------
-0'0"-- -- pull yourself! up over the lough health. Malaria a blood infection, calls :,'
places and not expect simply to for two thing First, destroying. the in* "I'
cnURCD'DmECTOBY Jehosaphat that this was an unho- frctlon In the blood. Second buildin "t
coast down hill all the time.
ly alliance else he would not have up the blood to overcome the effects of it n
First Baptist Church enquired for another "prophet of We get pretty much what we go the disease and to fortity against further
Rev. C. B. Price Pastor. the Lord." O that man would learn after-if we go after It hard attack. "j' .
Sunday School. 10:00: a.m.; A. J. that the righteous dictations to the enough and persistently enough. Grove's Tasteless! Chili Tonic aupptie 't'V! '
About the only thing that has both theMi! effects. It contain taatelns ''IJ,! II
Thomas, Superintendent. heart are the teachings of the Holy which kills the infection In the .,
:f 9 .rD p ever come Into our lIfo without quinine 1f
Horning Worship 11:00: a.m. Spirit- Why enquire of another :r
c't' l'rw bring worked for or sought after is blood and Iron which enriches and ,
B. Y. P. U., 6:43: : p.m. when the Lord, has spoken to the trouble. builds up the blood. Chill and fever '1 !
Evening Worship 8:00: o'clock. heart? loon stop and you are restored to health ,
Midweek prayer service Wednesday And Ahab said there Is another And a lot of that could l be traced and comfort. For half a century Grove's .,
8:00: p.m. but I hate him for he does not beck to a dealre to take hold of TanlcteM Chill Tonic has been sure relief :
r the blossoms Instead of grasping for Malaria. It I I. )just as useful too, All a '!
prophesy good concerning me, but the branches. general tonic (for old and young.. Pleasantto I
:Methoaisi Church evil (See Tim. 4:3.: ) take and, absolutely harmless. Safe to
Rev B. :M. Montgomery, Pastor The officer whom Ahab sent to Thorns serve a purpose They live children. Get a bottle at any store. 'i\ t
Sunday School 10 a.m. call this one prophet, Micalah, ad- teach us the lesson that even in Now two alleSOc l and $1. The $1 size ;
Morning' worship at 11:00: am. vised him of the words of the 400 plucking roses one must go aboutit contain 2tt time a* much a* the SOc :
Young People's Meeting-6:30 prophets and desired him to give with care end skill and practical and live you 31% more for your If.If.lile '

P.M. like answer. (It seems that a false knowledge- get stuck. -Selected money ,,

Evening Worship-7:30: P, II. impression prevailed among many
that the prophet was the CAUSE
-Church rather than the REVEALER of Man Created la the Image of God.-After God created fish and fowl beasts and cattle, and everything -
Presbyterian H. the good or evil to be foretold.) that creeps upon the earth after its kind He created man in His own image and gave him dominionover is ,
Rev. George Lowry Minister. the brand-new planet. The Biblical account of man's creation Is recorded In Gen. 2: 7: "And the Lord
But Jehovah's true prophet replied,
Services next Sunday as follows: God formed man of the dust of the ground and breathed Into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became -
"As the Lord llvath, what the Lord
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School T. a living soul." One of a series of Bible pictures made by: Matthew Merlan, Seventeenth century engraver
S. Williams superlntendant. salth unto me that will I speak.

11:00: A_ M.-Morning Worship; The two kings were seated upon I ,,,itarjr, iywA
sermon by the pastor. thrones wearing their kingly robes, IN BEHALF OF ERROR. FRANKIJN'S "CURE" fortunate. Pursue this course of

8 P. M. Evening Worship; in an open space (probably a park) Benjamin franklin's, "Cure for life diligently and sincerely for seven :
7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. in the entrance of the city gate of There is something to learn at Hard Times," as reprinted in, the years and It you are not happy ;
Samaria: and all the prophets the office that most of
long and sermon.A prophesied newspaper New Port Richey Press: comfortable and Independent In

cordial Invitation to all our before them. us need very much to learn.It "Make n full estimate or al you your circumstances come to mend
Today at the approach of the re-
services extended to all.
spected minister of the Gospel, all Is that mistakes are expectedof owe and all that is owing to you. I will pay an your debts"It ;
questionable conversation ceases. people as a part of the routineof Reduce the same to note.'As fast requires subtlety of mind to I

SUNDAY SCHOOL We can imagine, likewise, that a life and there Is no use getting as you collect pay over to those pick flaws In the conduct of our I
great stillness reigned in the courtas excited ahd scolding about each you owe; if you can not collect, fellow man but It takes a fine
LESSON renew your notes every year and quality of mind to see the good ;
In whom
the prophet was no
one.They get the beat security you can. Go the noble and the beautiful
And the king must be noted and corrected -
guile, approached. ,, _
to business
diligently and be Industrious
and plentifully abundant in human be-
of course by proof-reader
said, "Shall we go agalnst'RamothGllead -
JULY 29, 1934 -lose no time-waste no ,
Mount Dqra
ings.- Topics.
to shall we printer in case of the'paper; by '
Micalah Tells the Truth battle or idle moments-be very prudent Mavis Is'as
+ O( Talcum
forbear?" And the prophet replied, parents (or teacher) and child in course,
Text What the and economical In
Golden : Lord sa- all things-discard TUNING IN
Ith unto me, that will I speak. 1 K. "Go and that prosper these words, .of"The Mlcalah king case a of man children.If employed. to set typeon all pride but the pride of act- "You can get anything on this indispensable as a razor to well']
knew I
2214.: Ing justly and well-be faithful in radio." said the salesman "with
were spoken in jest, (As Elijah the linotype machine were after shaving. Men *,
Lesson Text verse 1:14.: Devo- jested with the prophets of Baal) scolded each time he made mistake your duty to God, by regular and this dial;" grooming prove

tional reading, Ps. 119916.: and he demanded the truth in the he would be a wreck by noon hearty ittend prayer morning and night "Let's see you get your second payment that everyday. But don't stop there...
We pass over several Importantevents first His mistakes are church and meeting regularly ," said the prospect with a
of the day. I
Then the
Lord.
of the
pro-
name Sunday 'do unto all the benefits of Mavl
every To 4'
In the reign of Ahab, Isra phet said "I saw all Israel scat- accepted as part of the "human smile. really enjoy
men would the
as should do
el's weak and wicked ruler to the hills, as sheep that equation" and time Is planned and you : -Tarpon Springs Leader! and t
this of Micalah. tered upon unto you'. If you are too needy In Talcum,as millions of both men
study prophecy have not a shepherd: and the Lord paid for for the noting and correc-
own circumstances to to r
your give
Let us not confuse this prophetwith let tion of his errors as part of the do lightly
said, "These have no master; the do whatever else women now sprinkle or
poor you Just The I
Micah, who came into prominence work. Thing
his day's VIVAUDOU
them return every man to have in by
your power to do for them !
the
abouut 150 later.
years house in peace." In raising their own children and cheerfully-but If you can always For That Midnight Snack massage same incomparably

Israel At the was time ruled! of by our Ahab lesson who today was Then the prophet foretold the dealing with other people's, folks help the worthy poor and the un- BARBECUESSandwiches 25* Mavis Talcum over the entire bo death of king Ahab but the safe return as a rule are inclined to leave the
weak wicked and idolatrous: while for mistakes out of the mistakes time In one That's comfort and
of his army. planning many day- of all Kinds protection If
Judah Is governed by the Godfearing So the king ordered Micalah to budgeting of time and strength.If and it Is expected that ha will. 50" l
Jehovah-worshiping Jehosaph- prison to be fed on bread and wat- a child maker a mistake Is It His approach to perfection Is SHORT ORDERS Cools-absorbs perspiration-de ,

at er of affliction. (See Matt. 3:10): anything to get cross about? "He usually accompanied by gray hair .. At I 100 odorizcs.MAVIS.
There"is'\ more' than a 'bond of The prophecy lh detail and Its should knoW better'he"bas been and-totteringhDbsrThe -- --

friendship existing between the fulfillment Is related In the remainder told again and al'aln.-80 has the little child's approach to perfection HALL'S PLACENear
two nations at this time as Jeho- of the chapter linotype operator He has known 'would be accomplished by TALCUM'
saphat's son Is married to the -. for years that he can't make an little wings, angel wings; and who Seaboard Depot 1,
daughter of Ahab. "s" print by pressing the key wants an angel around ?-Bartow ''
And Jehosaphat made a friendlycall marked '"r." Yet he makes such Record., POWDER

the King of Israel (prob. ,
upon
BOB JONESComments '
ably on Invitation that Ahab mightuse ". -, ,np.WrY 'Ylaswrga/r. .mvlx ;
1 .. :; t ry
;
the occasion to Induce him to [ On Here a} :: X'j ..,'s;asa !' 911"r"4.
Use his strong army against the A ... %} m ";:Gus' rvwa ))ryf: *gt / a ; r,4' 9e.r !' x"' 'a lu .., am 4i ti Fey''
Syrians). And Ahab said to his servants And Hereafter .v.t;.' :

"Know ye that Ramoth-GU- '}
cad Is ours, and we are still and
take It not out of the hand of the Most of my life I have been an ,
king of Syria?" executive. Nearly nil my life I have ?w
And he said to Jesaphat. "Wilt been the head of some organization rm,:; :...,:,ri ',-i.t (V YA w.T

.thou go with me to' battle Ram- My problem has never been ,

oth-Gllead? (Every Sunday School to find talented people. The hard F 1 F ,
every mission every church is a recruiting est Job I ever had has been to find
station that would enlist loyal and dependable men and wo- ar,{ r!,.{
the young and the old in the bat. men. It takes years to build a I I

tie of ..right against wrong. While real organization. All .executives II
every saloon, every gambling dive, find as a rule that they have to rtA'C I I

every Ill-famed house of vice would train from the ground up depend- \>'ivX'"?"? *f'R /? B ; Ml sV ssm.A Mi sj-.HJ' MMf v /; v ipn nm
enlist both young and old In thebSjtle able and loyal members of an or- ?l k.." I
of wrong against right, The ganization. The hardest thing an er ry. r4..;,+).,,M1..F; f x,' Ig19Yfa 1' 4 '/ lr:x. : ';! "4 wr } 1 r'"r p } N a 24" rrxcryw" /
most Important question 'on the executive has to do Is to pay a >.% HI yia # f

life of any individual is:,In which man to curse" him. ''You can get */; *.T{: {;ptC; ,; /
army shall I enlist.) plenty of cursing free.
Though he l is a good king he is -
sometimes weak in Judgment, so Paul told Timothy to commithis NHI 'Rn" rl !4', t
Jehosaphat placed his entire resources teachings faithful men who ..1
at the disposal of Ahab would be able to teach others. God
(See v.4) If Judahs fighting depends upon faithful people. _
strength had been less Titanic It is There are a lot of folks out of

not reasonable to suppose that Jobs, but my experience teachesme ,- \uuI
Jehosaphat would have thrown it that when the head of an organization r a
against the Syrian forces withoutdue gets ready to fire some !

consideration. An army of aggressive of the crowd he usually keeps the fl
strength must have a commander most faithful members of the or-
-In-ebief of super wisdom ganlzatlon. If a man Isn't faith-
if It remains at peace. Let us learn ful he Is dangerous especially If
the lesson in today's lesson and he has ability. Talent I* a good I 4SOW'
speak the truth at any coat. The thing but fidelity Is a better thing. >> .
cry of "War-Lords" of today God rewards faithful people. He
Is "Give us a mighty' army and said "Be faithful unto death andI
navy that we may remain at will give you a crown of life". .#
peace." They are but the four hun- This scripture quotation does not ,1
dred prophets that prophesUed mean that we are to'' be'faithful
falsely before Ahab and Jehosa- : Just as long as we live. The literal I&IIfA"r .4iiii :;.....--"

Phat. Let us thank God for the' meaning Is to be faithful'up to FIRSt "" .. .,.. ... 'II"
Be faithful I Jo. '
modern of death.
Mlcalahs are the : the' point -
-they '
balance wheels of, the nation I enough to die. 'tFordV; $ \ Ford v-. would be A (reM bat even lst ye ',Ford which nude mcb. g at record

Seemingly as an afterthought, I ,A man is entitled ,to, whatever .-J ic.UP,'P.o.1)etI'O' M a orafh blgber. pda. ICe be oolf V-8 for economy.And Ford V 8 part COM from 23

Jehosaphat ,remembered that he I comforts be Is able to enjoy as lCJ.t4 k-' .. aalliog tot ten baa I2SOO. Ford slow bM to 54% less this parts for sal other i cats .
had not of Jehovah con- long as he travels the road of at ."- la addition that dl t.a. del Ford
enquired COs. .bees able a pane s V./eplne fs. !cars oa your roar I Ie
cerning his with Ahab in duty. On the road of duty'Abraham r'EP retirement ou'" fad
joining camels 'and '.Upl\ Tbe first COM of a Ford v-. a deddedlf v- etrn iu honorable ,
battle. bad servants, S' OUl' --t e.. Tbe record .
that k bM uade lb value.
of Elijah --- low. Bat the saving ooly tbe beglaalaf A high :.
While concerting with evil companions wealth. On the road duty ... ..-t
God's children sometimes stepped Into a heavenly chariot and Ford V-8 a.'w u Jt- Ford y-s valve .....* aeed grinding. Carof yw prove it. ,-,' j.I

do forget or neglect their known went home without dying. On the r l' 4ta"assssssa, t boa removal Is rlirfMalJf eUailoated. TIM new jr>

duties. road of duty John the Baptist lost that VN.U E Ford v-. coasaawi UM fMoHae Md oil UuaFOWV8 (11' ,f.{ '
So at the request of Josaphat, his head On the road of duty Paul : ; .
Ahab gathered about 400 prophets found a dungeon and went around
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together and enquired, "Shall I with a bloody back. Let's stay on $505 ':

(not shall Jehosaphat) go against the road of''duty and anythingthat I '.0..B. naolT agtslD
Ramotn-GUeadT" They all said, we can. find in uday'of a'a' rcar' :
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it unto the hand of the king." us to enjoy It. It Is when we step their di:.' _..........4'wJFfrr'i/

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I PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY ..JCL27.. 19iij{,

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IIIGIILAND LAKE BUTLER past week. Saturday and Sundaywere ed by the Rev. Jim Thomas. They of Jacksonville were Visiting their;
man's off are making their home at Lake brother R. L.
the weather day Kite
M. 1'. fr.w. .. Corrr.poi.... Red Kerce, CorrespondentLAKE Butler and their many friends Sunday
and the clouds did their stuff in Mrs. Edna Harley
Mr and Mrs. Max Carter left the way of looking down upon wish them much happiness of Lawtey
Monday for Hot Spring: Ark., and BUTLER, July ?8.-The the young plants and opening their LOCALSMrs. spent a few days here with i
FARMERS SECTIONConducted parents, Mr. and Mrs. p.7rmenter
are planning to spend a month or FERA malaria control project under mouths in an unusual downpour Enoch Griff and Mrs. Carl R. w **
six weeks at this resort, the direct Ion.-of Raymond McKinley Clouds raged above for two days Wooten and daughters, Catherineand last week.

by Demonstration Agents Mr and Mrs. W. U Wimberly In Union comity Is making and farmers Monday threw outa Joe Ella, of Lawtey were Mr. and Mrs. AlvIn Jones! Spent

and Billy Wimberly of Madison progress. Thirty-five homes have white Hag admitting the horn guests of Mrs. D. L. Brown and a part of last week In Jacks: .

.' L spent Sunday here with Mrs. H received screening from FERA of plenty In the way of rain bad family Friday evening.We vine' visiting relatives.

C. Wimberly and family.Mr. workers._The amount spent on this been fully filled. are very sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. Lacy DaVis of

----1 and Mra.; L. J. Norman Miss project for labor is 2038.40, according I It must be taken into consideration Mrs. D., L. Brown Is on the nick Jacksonville spent a few days of
to figures from the adminIstration -
Cleo Norman, and G. N. Norman however, that water makes list and we wish her a speedy re last week here visiting her par
of Scientific
Eyes Office. .Other projects in eats, Mr. and
Mra. w7
R.
breed redeyedperches
were and covery. Parement-
RURAL In Lawtey Saturday.Mr. the ponds ponds
county which Are making rapid er and her sister Mrs.
,
Newn
And Medical World and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, and all that goes to make Bur_
,COMMON headway towards completion Is the ney, at Starke.,
SENSE to
this a better world in which HEILBRONN SPRINGS
Miss Beth Wimberly and Miss Pat storm-damage project, the paint ,
Turned to Florida ty Wimberly visited in Starke Sat project, dealing with painting at pull In and shove out the whole- ]JIll. Thtlnm ft....... Corr...onde.t .
SPUDS JOHNSON Deaf or blind
Bjr is still persons
some Florida air. Fishing '" In G.r
"' urday. the State Prison Farm at Ralford :
I GAINESVILLE:, FLORIDA-T In order as the famous summer We are sorry to know that lit. many wear arm bands of consplcu.
J. L, Rafuse arid family had the with FERA laborers, and installing
tie Rhoden is sick this week.
HOME LIVING PROGRAM Florida attention of the scientific sport and anything from a ten- Agnes ous yellow, bearing a triangle of
and medical world has turned with misfortune to lose their home by the steam heat system at Union pound trout to. a splendid case of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite, Mr. and large black dots as a Warning
BASED ON PRINCIPLE OF the of the County High School here, which to
the discovery of the cause of leukemia fire Friday night, origin the "swamp itch" can""easily be Mra. Malvin Kite and mother, aU motorists.
MORE THAN ONE PLAN in chickens announced last fire was unknown, the family being will be completed In a short time. -
caught
l''! Folks who are not familiar with week by the Florida Experiment away at the time,It ,burned. -

'' 1 farming frequently have fallen Into Station. This' disease has baffled Miss Marguerite Davis, Mrs. Le CHANGES MADE BY FERAF CIRCUIT CLERK- REPORTS

the error, of believing that the"liveathome" science since 1845, and finding the 'ta Rossingnol and B. M. Wimberly E. Clayton, director of FERA Circuit Clerk S. T. Dowling, I + Do You Know +l
S cause In chickens may save the of Jacksonville visited relativesand operations In Columbia county has made the announcement last week
program consists at poultry Industry thousands of dollars friends here Sunday.H. also been appointed to that placeIn
received for
that the net receipts
a specific plan which can be followed -
regardless of conditions and lead to control .of leukemia C. Wimberly returned to this county.' Mr. Clayton suc- the first six months period of this
Failure In humans. Gainesville Monday after spendingthe ceeds Sidney 'Hammond seven were as followed total collec-
Inevitably would attend year
any attempt to foster the Idea on Dr. Wllmon Newell, director of week-end here with his familyMr. months In charge of the FERA will ac- tions for the years' first period :.." >....,...
tivities here. Mr: 'Hammond
.the basis of hard and fast rules the station, has received congratulations and Mrs.. E. Groves of Law ending June 30 were $1,205.48, / ,.
act in the capacity of ,superintendent {'
for uniform observance and further questions tey were visitors here Sunday. assisted office help and paid out was $312, ',. > .
J' \
Howard .
of ,
projects, by ,,. t t.t\ffl
from all the country. With WGriff Is and -J.' F..'Griffis net of $893.48. '' ..., < : ...
over ,J. leaving a receipt ; YA>"1... X >:1. HI... ';I
.
M In Florida, where soils and related Croom, former project engineer. > { % < Sgtp .n
the cause of leukemia In chickensnow were visitors to Lawtey Saturday 0i, ) }t'1; .
elements in the situation differ --
the station workers Sr. returned 4r 4h' ': ; <."' -
known, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly PERSONALS 'r 1
i it would be UNION FARMERS TORECEIVE ; 1"P1 .ffj"r
so
greatly prac- >"J4' )
have launched experiments! that Sunday from a visit with relatives Miss Mabel Fulton, who is attending 't :: < ./
tically foolish for all farmers!! to $12,000. aroma: k \
look promlsllng in workingout at Madison. ,
very summer school In Gaines >
undertake the same practices as prevention and control measures Mrs. W.. A. Bessent. Jr., of ville was the guest of her aunt, ,. ,,;'f>._"'.W }". ,1:
a means of providing home-raised The sixty-three Union county ,.... 1( < :, <)
;. Mr. and over ,,./.?., ,:;) ,,; ..::,,
a't' foodstuffs and feedatuffs. Worker. Starke and her house guests farmers who have signed contracts Mrs. C. J. Floyd family "t'I..:;,.'Y:"\" ::;,
[ :In the State Agricultural Exten- In discovering the cause of this and Mrs. Bobby Woods and C. 'with the government to reduce the weekend.Mrs. 'sf i:, )>%. ;>r.s""ro.\.,.<+a3:\ """""::"

sion Service, which has sponsored trouble Dr. M. W. Emmel assistant Woods of Ft. Lauderdale, were their corn-hog crops this year are Marcus Howard and little .

the "Ilvlng-at-home" movement, veterinarian made use of all visitors bere"Friday. to receive over $12.000 In payment, daughter. Gere, and Miss Clarice .t it '<-

fully recognize the truth of the the applicable facto known to Mrs. Nelson T. Green and child- according to L. T. Dyer, county Long left Friday for Quincy, where ..
conclusion. science and of the years he ban rey of Star e spent Sunday here agent, who Is in charge of this they will visit friends. .:;:

Activities for a more widespread spent studying the bacteria of with relatives. work In the county. Mrs. Susie E. Townsend has re- re e '"
chickens' Intestines. He was really
production on Florida farms of thefOodll turned to her home after a pleasant ,
chickens, but they have never been ,
a detective, and the-gangsters he
li and feeds consumed there MRS. MANN HONORED AT three weeks Visit\ at Salt
able to break through all the confusion -
was after were so small it took a
l RECEPTION FRIDAY
4' properly!! have been more in the nature powerful microscope to see them. and pick one with which Springs.Mrs. .

ta of a program than of a plan. Then too, thousands of different they could cause the.disease. ThatIs Meadames A. C. Strickland andJ. Howard Roberts spent the
,, Under the former the Is M. Mann entertained at a reception -
flexibility kinds were all jumbled up In the what Dr. Emmel did. He has week-end in Alachua as the guestof
feasible, without which success sick birds. shown that leukemia in chickens Friday of last week from 5:00: Misses Gladys and Hazel Elliott.
}i could not be obtained. Procedure I. caused by members of the typhoId to 7:00: o'clock honoring Mrs. Miss Natllee Jones Is spendingsome "'aosd
: has been recommended, subject to Other research workers have and para-typhoid gangs of bacteria Mann's daughter-in-law, Mrs. How. time In Tampa as the guest 4 : a ,,
modifications may be required in found these came bacteria In In the chicken' blood. These and Mann. The home of Mrs. Mann of her brother and family, Mr. and "S Ar' ?'A e.rti.h.t.ra .

individual Instances, that affords a which the United States was bacteria give off something that was open en suite and the color Mrs. Joe Jones, Jr.

background for achieving the desired ounded.: Under the practices that disturbs the life-giving: corpuscles scheme of pink and green was effectively Miss Vivian Fowler has returnedto

end. thrive when the program la In He has also proven that they cause carried)lout with ferns her home here after!\, a pleasantvisit

"Llvlng-at-home" may mean one force economy security and Indua- fowl paralysis, more of a nerve and summer flowers. with friends in Daytona

thing, in respect to crops and practices tlal prosperity always have been trouble, and that they get Into the Guests were met at the door of Beach r
when adopted by Farmer A. ; most in evidence. Farmers are blood through tiny holes made In the living room by Mrs. Carl Mrs. T. J. Townsend and daughter -

'and quite another thing aa followed good; buyers in fabricated products the Intestines by such things as Brown and Mrs. Marcus Howard Ollie Mae, Alva Fowler and .

by Farmer B. Differences in the In proportion as they are able to worms. and ushered to a desk for ,register Phillip Roberts have returned to
methods used are likely to be avoid spending money for output Dr. Emmel took all kinds of bacteria tion In the bride's book. Punch their home here after a week at c__ N.u-.l '...",

,+ marked aa between farms locatedat they can raise on their own acres. from sick chickens and grew was served by Misses Ella Mae Salt Springs. .. THAT Annapolis Royal' Nova Sefttla/formerly' Port Royal', le the oldest
some distance from each other. them on special foods In little glass Strickland and Mamie Howard. In settlement On the continent north of the Gulf of Mexico
i.. County Agricultural Ag nts and August 1 haa been approved as Ishea. With a pin point be transferred the receiving line were Mrs. A. C. DOUBLE RUN It wee founded 'In 1604 by Pierre du Cast aleur-tfee-Monte, and Samuel l
Extension Service Specialists are, the opening date of flue-cured auction different kinds Into test Strickland, Mrs. J. M. Mann and do Champlain' the founder of Quebec. PorfRoyal 'la famous also for
.
let :however, in position to advise help. tobacco markets. In the Flori- tubes; and then carried them Mrs C. F Rivers! who Introducedthe MI. Boot .Brow.. CorrespondentANDERSONKERSEY other..fire..". These Include the first highway' 'In North America ((1605));

r; fully, no matter!! where in the stateor a-Georgla belt by Acting Secretary through all kinds of tests and mliroacoplo bride. the first drama written and staged (160S); the first social' club "Order
what Is the need for guidance. of Agriculture! M.- L. Wilson. examination to identify Enos Anderson of Lake Butler of,Good Cheer" (11108): first grist mill' ((1 07)) and the first waterpower

u, "Llvlng-at-home" means to the The South Carolina market were them. He had to do scores of bacteria PLENTY OF RAINS, THANKS and Miss Inez Kersey of this sec The(1607)); The. photograph shows the old powder magazine of the fort.
fort was captured 'In 1710 by New Englander and renamed Ann
agriculture of a community that set for opening; August 8 while this way and then Inject them Lake Butler and surrounding vicinities tion were united marriage Sun- polls Royal. The key of the fort was carried to Boston and Kept then.
there bas been return to the prin- more northern markets will open Into birds to see, if they would have been the host to a day afternoon at the home of the until 192% when Jt was returned through the agency of the Miuiehu-
ciple of agrarian Independence on from August 23 on., cause the disease. sufficient amount of rains In the i bride:; The ceremony was perform- otto Historical' Society.'


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JULY 27,1634. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. : I'
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--- '" "I"m t LIFE'S THORNS The Union of r
South Africa will
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"'1.. I begin the largest program of public L '
y.. The trouble with a lot of us is works on record In the future I
-.. I The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures I near '
;: "'2 .' : we want to accomplish, many spending about $19,000,000))
I I.W.. things, but aren't willing to pay within two or three years. "


-thy Nor< is a lamp mitt my fed, and a light ante ay pilk-Puln 119IO: the price.
If life was a game in which the Stop Chills :

;!;:r. 1:1f: cUraUli< All religious teaching doctrine or rewards were handed out on a silver "
:
0hPJiinnJSH; ereed If they are to hive any claim platter to anyone who happened '
pan the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with to ask for them, lots of folks r
the teachings of Jesus the Chriafwhoaa( words fit into every fold and crevice would and Fever! ,
In beds.
sleep rose
()(the human henrt!:, oft it was said In John 7(6."NEVER MAN
SPAKE LIKE Tl1IS ." But, unfortunately, you've got to
.y i .a reckon with the thorns Rid Your System of Malaria
pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this deurtment > A I o
for new of church activities organization and announce.Incuts. I t "Ha who would climb a tree", Shivering with chills one moment and
space> freely given and no charge mado-the only requlremeu said Thackeray, "must grasp its burning with fever the next-that'* one* S'
Mine that such items reach thla office before Wednesday: morning r branches-not the blossoms." of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked q
ottl..rwltM. they cannot be bandied for current issue. 1'r Which means that you've got to the disease will do serious harm to your i

pull yourself up over the rough health. Malaria, a blood infection calls
for two things. First, destroying the infection
and
places not expect simply to
BTVKKE CHURCH DIRECTORY Jehosaphat that this was an unho- in the blood. Second, building
coast down hill all the u
ly alliance else he would not have time. up the blood to overcome the effects of
First Baptist Church enquired for another "prophet of We get pretty much what wa go the disease and to fortify against further '
Rev. C. B. Price Pastor. the Lord." 0 that man would learn after If we go after it hard ttack. '

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.; A. J. that the righteous dictations to the enough and persistently enough. Grove's Tasteless' Chill Tonic supplieS
About the only thing that has both these effects.'/ It contains tasteless
Superintendentmorning heart the of the Ho-
are
teachings
Thomas ever come into our life without quinine, which kills the Infection In the ,
: Worship, 11:00: a.m. ly Spirit- Why enquire of another y
blood, and iron, which enriches and) :
"
bring worked
: for after Is
B. Y. P. U.. 6:45: : p.m. when the Lord baa spoken to the trouble, or sought builds up the blood. Chills and fever + ,
Evening: Worship 8:00: o'clock. I heart? ;: loon stop and you are restored to health I
Midweek prayer service Wednes- And Ahab said there Is another And a lot of that could be traced and comfort. For half a century, Grove's : '
day, 8:00: p.m. but I hate him for he does not F bnck to a desire to take hold of Tasteless' Chill Tonic has been sure relief '
prophesy good concerning me, but ti z the blossoms! Instead of graspingthe for Malaria. It I Is ]just a, useful, too, as a I
I
general tonic for old and Pleasantto {
:Methoam Church evil. (See Tim. 4:3.) branches. ( young.
take and absolutely harmless. Safe to
Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor The officer whom Ahab sent to : ,.l : R Thorn serve a purpose. They live children. Get s bottle at any store.
Sunday School 10 a.m. call this one prophet, Mlcalah, ad- a teach us the lesson that even in Now two slies-SOc and $1. The $1 size*
Horning'worship at 11:00: a.m. vised him of the words of the 400 ti... plucking roses, one must go about contains 254 times as much as the SOc
Young People's Meeting::30 prophets and desired him to give it with care and skill and practical I I size and gives you 23% more for your ,

P. m. like answer (It seems that a false knowl dgo- -or get stuck- -Selected money. f jr

Evening Worship-7:30: P, II. Impression prevailed among many: __ _- "I.,"'
that the prophet was the CAUSE
Presbyterian Church rather than the REVEALER of Man Created I. the !m*.. Clf GoJ.-After God created fish and fowl, beasts and cattle and everything -

Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister. the good or evil to be foretold.!) that creeps upon the earth after its kind lIe created man In His own image and gave him dominionover
But Jehovah's true the brand-new planet. The Biblical account of man's creation is recorded in Gen. 2i t 7: "And tho Lord
next ,
Services Sunday as follows prophet replied
10:00 A M.-Sunday School, T.: "As the Lord llv..th, what the Lord' God formed man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became :: AI-j :.1);
soul. One of series of Bible made Matthew Merlan Seventeenth
S. Williams superlntendant. saith unto me that will I speak.'' a living a pictures by: century: engraver ,

11:00 A.. M.-Morning Worship; The two kings were seated upon 1'I
sermon by the pastor. thrones wearing their kingly robes, IN BEHALF OF ERROR FRANKLIN'S "CURE" fortunate Pursue, this course of ? 9

8 P. M. Evening Worship; In an open space (probably a park]) life diligently and sincerely for seven -

7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. In the entrance of the city gate of There Is something to learn at Hard Benjamin Times "F.ranklln's "Cure in, the for years, and If you are not happy,,
,
as reprinted
song and sermon.A Samarla: and all the prophets pro- the newspaper office that moot of New Port.Rlchey Press: comfortable and independent In

cordial invitation to all our phesied before them. us need very much to learn.It Make: full circumstances to
a estimate or al you your come: me
at the of the
services extended to all. Today approach re-
spected minister of the Gospel, all la that mistakes are expectedof !awe and all that Is owing to you: and I will pay aa your debts.."I

SUNDAY questionable conversation ceases. people aa a part of the routineof Reduce the same to note. Aa fastas It requires subtlety of mind to

SCHOOL We can imagine likewise, that a life and there la no use getting you collect pay over to those pick flaws in the conduct of our I
great stillness reigned in the courtas excited and scolding about each you owe; If you can not collect, fellow man, but It takes a fine .

LESSONJULY I the prophet In whom was no renew your notes every year and quality of mind to see the good 'i ,<

guile, approached.. And, the king one.They must bo noted and corrected get the best security: you can.Go the noble and the beautiful so _

29, 1934 said, "Shall we go against Ram- of course: by proof-reader and to business diligently and be Industrious plentifully abundant In human beings -

Mlcalah Tells the Truth oth-Gllead to battle or shall we printer in case of the paper; by --lose no time-waste no -Mount Dora Topics. '

Golden Text: What the Lord sa- forbear?" And the prophet replied, parents (or teacher) and child incase idle and economical momenta-be In all very prudent + Of course Mavis Talcum Is'as:'
thlnga--dls- TUNING IN
Ith unto me, that will I speak. 1 K. "Go and prosper ,."The king of children.
22:14.: knew that these words of Mlcaiah If a man employed to set type card all pride but the pride of act- "You can get anything on this indispensable as a razor towel

were spoken in',Jest (As Elijah on the linotype machine were Ing Justly and well-be faithful In radio," said the salesman.."with
Lesson Text verse 1:14.: Devo- to and after Men
Jested with the prophets of Baal) scolded each time he made mistake your duty God by regular this dial; grooming shaving. pmvathat ,
tional reading, Ps. 119916.: hearty and
and he demanded the truth in the he would be a wreck by noon prayer morning night "Let's see you get your second pay everyday. But don't there..
We over several Utend church .
Importantevents and stop
pass *

meeting "
regularly
name of the Lord. Then the pro- of the first day. His mistakes are ment, said the prospect with!: a
in the reign of Ahab Isra- 'do unto all
Sunday
of the "humanequation" every smile To the benefits of Mavis
phet said, "I saw all Israel scat- i accepted aa part really enjoy
el's weak and wicked ruler, to men as you would the should do
study this prophecy of Mlcalah tered upon the hills, as sheep that and time is planned and unto you'. If too In -Tarpon Springs Leader. "
you are needy Talcum as millions of both men and
have not a shepherd: and the Lord : paid for, for the noting and correction -
Let us not confuse: this prophet your own circumstances to give to
master let 'of his errors, as of the
part
said "These have no ; ,
with Micah, who came into prominence them return every man to his 'day's work. the poor, do whatever else you Just The Thing': women now do sprinkle lightlymassage
abouut ISO: years later. have In your power to do for them by VIVAUDOU
At the time of our lesson today house in peace." In raising their own children and cheerfully-but If yov can always For That Midnight Snack the same incomparable:

Israel was ruled by Ahab who was Then the prophet foretold the dealing with other people's, folks help the worthy poor and the unmlatakes 25" Mavis Talcum
death of king Ahab but the safe re- aa a rule are Inclined to leave the BARBECUESSandwiches over the tntirt body I|
weak wicked and idolatrous: while
Judah Is governed by the God-fear turn of his army. 'planning for mistakes out of the many time in one day- of all Kinds That's' comfort- and protection 11'I Y
log, reho So the king ordered Mlcalah to budgeting of time and strength.If and it is expected that he will. StY
Jehovah-worshiping
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at aph- prison to be fed on bread and water a child makeS' a mistake, Is it His approach to perfection la SHORT ORDERSAt Cools:-absorbs perspiration-de- | \v
of affliction. (See Matt. 5:10): ) I anything to get cross about "He usually accompanied by gray hair 00
Thqre'ls'more' than a''"bond> of The'propheey"In" detail and Its I, should know* betterrhe 'has been and tottertng-rfmbsr -- ,..- $| odorizes.MAVIS. da

friendship existing between the fulfillment is related in the re- told again and again."-So has the The little child's approach to perfection HALL'S PLACE'''
two nations at this time as Jeho- mainder of the chapter.. linotype operator. He has known : "would be accomplished by
eaphat's son is married to the --t for that he can't make little TALCU'M'PowQE
years an"a" wings, angel wings; and who Near Seaboard Depot
daughter of Ahab. print by pressing the key wants an angel around?Bartow .
And Jehosaphat made a friendly marked "r." Yet he makes such Record. '
call upon the King of Israel (prob- BOB JONESComments a .

ably on invitation that Ahab might n..n"""' fgn".i, ,. -
use the. 1 M1:.,:: ,, rvL :RhT"!, : v.. "lM:',n r!Z T atT TxMq,+q.rM+ry ; : 11 TNUi n't ,f
occasion to induce him to ,
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use his strong army against, the ua::. ;? d
Syrians). And Ahab said to his servants And Hereafter ''Ir .;."M..;.: : i' ,
"Know ye that Ramoth-GIl-
ead Is ours, and we are still and J

take it not out of the hand of the Most'of my life I have been an W r RJlTzfi
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king of Syria?" executive. Nearly all my life I have

And he said to Jesaphat, "Wilt been the head of some organization -
thou go with me to battle Ram- My problem has never been )
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oth-Gllead? (Every Sunday School to find talented people.' The hardest ? vx&l ,

every mission every church: a recruiting Job I ever had has been to find

station that would enlist loyal and dependable men and wo- 7
the young and the old in the bat- men.. It takes years to build a
tle of right against .wrong' While 1 real organization. AH executives I'I '

every saloon, every gambling dive :find as a rule that they have to
every ill-famed house of vice would train from the ground up depend- I 1 1
enl\lit\ both young and old in the able and loyal members of an or- 7
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bajtle of wrong against right. The ganization. The hardest thing an :: E.l. vr: > r;
n
most important question on the executive has to do is to pay a ir

life of any individual ,Is: la which man to curse him. You can get ":r(;',,r (;y: f''rl'a.' + .r ;t"i:{;:,.,.. tweprr"" ,. "ldSjab i ;
army shall I enlist.) plenty of cursing free. ,, +O lyr t > ry{ /i/.r' 5 ;

Though he is a good king he is ..... :. ,tb/f"N tii rN, Y4a/irHi( v'rtdl r!,,t4fy6r,, .ftiliry al 'r> w yr/, ,(. t }'
sometimes weak In Judgment so Paul told Timothy to'commit:

JehoBaphat placed his entire, re- his teachings faithful men who

sources at' the disposal of Ahab would be able to teach others..God
(See v.4) If Judahs fighting depends upon faithful people. i

strength had been less Titanic, It is There are a lot of folks out of

not reasonable to suppose that jobs, but my experience teachesme .,.,,
Jehosaphat would have thrown It that. when the head of an organization -.-
against the Syrian forces without gets ready to fire some .

due consideration. An army of aggressive of the crowd he usually keeps the

strength must have a com- most faithful members of the or-
manUer-in-chief of super wisdom ganization. If a man Isn't faith-
'If It remains at Let learn ,If l
peace. us ful he is dangerous especially
the lesson In todays lesson and he has ability.. Talent Is a good

Speak the truth at any cost The thing,but fidelity is a better thing ,

cry of the'"War-Lords" of today God rewards faithful people. He ,' ,
Is "Give us a mighty, army and said "Be faithful unto death and lls.s
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navy "that ,we may remain' at I; will give :you a. crown of life", 1k
Peace. They are but the four hun- ThIs[ scripture quotation does not ..
"rea prophets that prophisisedY mean that we we to''be. faithful /*

before Ahab and JehosaPn just as long as we live. The literal :- ,
t Let us thank God for the meaning is to be faithful up to I 'cOST r: tLO
modern faithful ;; dl Flm -
Mlcaiaha-they are, the the point of death. Be ; "' ,
Balance wheels of the nation. : enough to die. ''no' V'8 Jt Wrd 'tp .Ift""
tFd
Seemingly aa an after-thought, A mantis I entitled to whatever .'a. } loLC V a I would he a great ....ea last year's Ford which made such.'greet. record r

Jehosaphat .remembered that he I comforts he la able to enjoy as .;6 sad, up.v. \b' 'at a much higher ,nc.. If s the only V-I for economy.And Ford V-ft parts cost from 23

had not enquired Jehovah. con- long as he travels the' road of a. .t..it. k' ..._ for lees than $2'00., Ford alone has to 94% less than parts for any other can "

battle cernlnlf his joining with' Ahab, In duty.' On the road of duty: Abraham PKEEP CO"S" been able 10 pat a V-t.......la s low price car la addition on that distant "day your Ford .'

While had servants, camels and .' OW :II .... =.:c.tcd The firs cost: of a Ford V-i is decidedly ,V-8 earns Its .honorable .....a..YCMI.IUaci *
with evil road of Elijah
concerting com: wealth. On the duty
panions. Cod's children sometimes stepped Into a heavenly chariot: and lei _t w09!'-v- low. But... saving fa only the. .beginning. 11 s'that Jh has. a high trade-lit value. Th record: "

, do forget or neglect .their known went, home without dying. On the -.....n.wVordV.Batel ui1t.... Ford V-0 valves U'fft'.ca grinding. Car of years proves it. /.

' duties. road of duty John the Baptist lost .\ rue"tF eo I oar.mo..l.. Viirmally eliminated. The ,new "* II

Ahab So at the request ot'Josaphat his head. On the .road of duty Paul to U: 1M V.AI1UE Ford Y l consumes .... geeoane. ,,and.ou 'CIaaa'i X "I. :
.. i'i'HIGH'I.III
gathered about 400 prophets found a dungeon and went around : T.og+' A .
together and enquired. "Shall I with a bloody back., Lets stay on "t atFord f .
: d.s
'not shall Jehosaphat) go against the road of' duty and anything __ erc4oatsta o1E ,AND Use. '''l'id
Kamoth-OlleadT" They all said that we can.find in th*'day ofomfort. : 7p !1.\ $505

It"Co up, for the Lord shall deliver. It.will be all right for prs T.pia fdt! w. FORD V8roan '.O.l a. P IIRORr

unto the hand of the king. us to enjoy'it.: It is when we step a or1iina"aI- ..., iYrrs etratA VIIIiirNI/ tlsltt Qlpsq, ''r

they Knowing of the kings desire off,th road of duty to enjoy the GSM A.IIterW Feel"_ ,,.. -
bad not prophesied but falsified comforts of life that we do wrong l
that which: tbe.king desired and suffer the consequences. + fit it4Trr) ro.c.-s:: ri.: 'l,';1. ;.r.'l'J!SYLAldAMAa! !. avaY.. at !?$y fVB-coujM t* NIsUN:. v '

But the king ot".Judab WM Mot ,

IBUaf1ed; he said "Is there not 'a Map showing' wind direction J..WA'N.D'REW'SJr. 1

-Prophet of the. Lord besides, that .:and velocity at height of 1300 .
e might enquuir of him T" I.to 1,000 feet are Issued at Important
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...AOE EIOIiT BRADFORD COUNTY TEtZGRAPIT 8TARKE. FLORIDA }FRIDAY .nLr n. ID..
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Bradford County Telegraph 1 LATE r. ODD BUT TRUE'
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_. ...... '1' .. Established-- -1877.. c -. :-- Heard. It But ;TO CLASSIFY! ; r "

Published Weekly on Fridays and'intered\: as Second"Class j Br nr'.'.ELi, KAY J]
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Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Mrrt-rtnrr.'. ,Florida"; '". P." ... AA'r! ,

__ THAT'S NEWS

E."L.: 'Matthews: __.___ __ __ _. _Editor and Owner One exchange funa the following t: never thought the day 'would

w -- .. .. ,... -.. advertisement:. come when I would sit down and ; I PIN5,, j
Inform'Us start,clawtn' my typewriter In an
SUBSCRIPTION RATE PLEASE .. .. effort to eulogize, road hog.but : ,
I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance If Anyone '. i "f/1 i here 1 1 ant t&kln my hat off to a IN '
-Elopes -nt: certain Virginia porker that parked
ovenFIki
Advertising Rates on Application ;,
... -Dies > himself smack: : square in the '
-- -Gets Married middle of a' Federal highway and e

The other fellow's job is the one we all want. -Has a Party proceeded to take a comfortablenap. Tou8AN.ti hive

0 -Goes Away tltARB 6aat1{ WAao
-Has a Baby, Boy, that pig was a friend to '
;t:: Dillinger and yellow fever are gone and now they're -Has a Fire .. man. and I don't mean perhaps. TNUa art

''i. working on malaria control. -is m '"' ? .,.. .,, Millions of tax 'Burdened nerve ''J-::
-Has an Operation ., racked motorists will rise up and '
; 0 =Has an Accident .. call him blessed. If anybody wants

Scientists tell us that sleep is better than medicine-and -Buys a Home ,., '.r:.'.,'?,. to raise a fund, to build a monument -
,.Wins a Prize to him, put me down for a
..for some folks, almost as hard to take. ? ?' r.J,
( Makes a Speech ...,,._, ,, ,, liberal donation. ,
0 Holds a MeetingOr ,. For years motorists on our public
The Delray Beach News warns of the man who wants to Takes Part in Any highways have been forced to
-Other Unusual.Event dodge scrub steers, ticky cows and YAN rtlttGVlAN e'.,
L make you rich, but*-r is broke himself. razor back hogs. If they were so QITDEI iNDECNT MIEANIN' 'wttA'eS
Ir t- o .That's News unfortunate as! to ,bit one it was oF'rFOa6 Me' -
r i wd-' = rAnd: We Want It. their own hard luck; and the ownerof
+ A man's clothes weigh about ten times as much as a
the animal would collect three
man's; and the cost is about in the same p rportion.'j. iN0 !i We have been thinkingof, running times the critter' 'value if you

-- one tha.t,.would,, be guaranteed killed the brute.. *t*' .w.....
to spice-up this column: Mere man not l)1Ypaid for the
There should be a law against newspapers printing pic- Inform us please, If anyone: Be- highways but he had to be darn -% "
tures of advance.fall fashions in fur coats. comes secretly married; comes careful how he used 'em. He must !

i'' O home drunk and can't find the keep off the shoulders, stay on his I
keyhole; has guests he doesn't side of the line,,wear a tall light, I
Mrs. .James Roosevelt says!, "I am no: a very old woman want;' and what he says about blow his horn and' heed a lot of

seventy-nine, you know." That's the spirit I ro them after they go home; goes other regulations.
away'! (and how long the K. K. K. But Mrs. Cow and Mr. Hog could
told him he must stay away): sets eat: sleep, roll over, play dead or!
PDi Almost anybody can say that lie earns his bread by the fire to his house; moves Into a play squat tag on any highwayat "
house that he has foreclosedon any time and if so much as r k 6WO0.0F19K '1lINERMBN' ON
sweat of his brow during this kind of weather. new you x
"" THK PAGFtCpR4N10tTINti
BOTH KTIAKTtC AND TM
turning out a widow and five grazed one with a fender it was N N GbINlA --c4 A' 'A .
o and too bad.Hundreds THE WEARtNQ ;OP CI.DTNE3 casts aaE, U'i\"G 1U'tft 'tQ
children; gets a black eye can just .
; A kibitzer is. bad enough at any time but when he,,,is think of nothing better to explain of lives have been CARRY( 11\1.\9. i100K. OU'I

i trying to drive from the back seat, he is worse. It than that he "bumped Into a snuffed -out' because somebody'sflea ,

o 1oor"f: makes a new batch of home bitten heifer stepped on the one be injured or his property de. tunate Indeed Is the man sufferingfrom' that the'summer weather In the
loses the radio to the installment road at the time. Thousandsof
brew; wrong
City' folks talk about "hick" drivers and then come to.a collector; has his lights dollars worth of costly motor stroyed because of negligence of both. An effort Is to recover tropics and sub' tropic zonca Is
livestock In his normal nerve most im
a owner permitting energy
small,town and turn around right in the middle of a block.If cut off for 'refusing to pay last cars have been piled up In a mass cattle on the highway,' the said pgrtantbecauee with a sound! mind cooler than In the North.A .
month's bill. That's news. But we of wreckage for the same reason. few days ago at the Centuryof
liablli, and to
o owner becomes for damage ealthy body we can hope
r&P can't print it.FOUND From time to time motorists and should pay them."' succeed .in almost any human endeavor Progress, exhibition at Chicago,
be
you were really enterprising, you'd sitting on the .- E haye, turned to the courts for redress '
ANGEL This decision of the, Supreme : a huge thermometer'was shown
front porch when opportunity knocked at the door. : only to be laughed at and
: Court is far
Dorothy receivedthe reaching Hereafter No one can do his beat when tired giving the temperature of Miamion
Dlx recently thrown out;,It waa, considered re- :
when motorists tangle with'jive-: He to too
o is make
prone many
letter: dlculous for to questionthe that oi
following j'anyone day. Skeptical, ervenwould
More than five hundred have died from the heat the stock on .the highway, instead of mistakes and serious errors in ,
people of
Dear Miss Dix-Here are rights the"sacred cow or the not believe the thermometer
being sued by the cattle owner He not makes costly
judgment. only -
this summer, but none of the fatilities was in Florida.o .virtues I possess: I am goodlooking. Imperial hog.Recently they will reverse the system and blunders but hesitates to tackle when it showed that Miami was
A: good dresser. A good on a federal highway InVlrglnlalomebody'1I much cooler than
demand damages for their wreckedcar Chicago.
and A
new bigger Undertakings.
cook. Play a good game of roaming/ hog
Some businesses are so glad to get hold of money/these bridge and of golf. Dance well. proceeded to.bed down for a siesta.A and personal.Injuries.prona'lytcon- small problem looks big to a tired Passengers on Uners from South
Sing well. sew, make all my motorist, in an effort to avoid Local courts will mind, but a big problem looks American! countries, on arriving at
i that if
days they've quit testing it to see it's counterfeit. tinue to favor the cattle owner small to a 'rested /nlnd. New York City found that they
.._, own clothes and hate Read and hitting him swerved from the road
;; 0 but if the motorist Is prepared to I in, torrid
were a' more than
zone
study all''the'time: Am a good and piled his car up against a pole, his A famous financier once said "I
Half of the world doesn't know how the other half lives. housekeeper.- Very thrifty, can wrecking ,it, and Injuring himself.He carry he will case to the higher courts can do a year's work in 11 months, the one they left. People leaving
stand a good chance to
It is perfectly satisfied If it manages to keep living,itself. make a dollar go a long way. went to the local court for win it. This decision of the Virginia but not in 12." He meant that he found Miami the for the heat North in the on steamships
great me-
Drive a car. Am well educated.Am Justice and they gave him the roy- needed the 12th month for relax-
case Is a long in the
-' 0 step almost unbearable and
tropolis
with. Havea ation. A mind with fatigue
easy to ,reason al raspberry, but he didn't stop poisoned
: It's pretty hard to be persuaded that civilization is ad- good disposition. Am my hus th re. He had money so he took the right direction. e toxins can not think things temperatures and humidity far above -

vancing as long as there is a woman around Balking baby talk. band's secretary. Take all 'of matter to a higher court. Again through. It is unable to concentrate what! they had left at home.
his dictation, keep his books the case was lost, but wouldn't give incapable of retaining facts Readings of temperature reports
ii i O etc. Make rugs and quilts. Do up He appealed,until finally the and properly analyzing them. Not from various Northern cities show
+ You can't keep a good man down, and Bradford County all kinds of fancy work. Crochetmy case came before,the Supreme From Other Pens i only,, can,one do more and better wide contrasts with those made In
farmers are getting things going for another strawberry crop. own sweaters, etc. Make all Court'''of the'land II work when he is well rested and this city. On last Tuesday the high.
of my own pillows. Know all There praise be he found the full of energy, but be gets pleasure est temperature, recorded in Miami
o kinds of poems and speak them.; JUSTICE! he'd fought and struggl. NERVOUS BANKRUPTCYThe cut of doing Vacations of was 86 degrees. In Boise, Idaho,
; One' of qur exchanges wonders why the most newsy Am very affectionate, loving ed for. The decision of all the low. chief reasons for vacationsIn choice are pleasant and profitable. 94;. Harve' 'Montana, 02; Minneapolis -

events qf! the week happen just as the paper comes off the and kind:Love children and an er courts was reversed and siding these times is to better,prepare Enforced vacations are painful and 88; WUllston. North Dakota,
imals. Love everybody. Want with the motorist the United ourselves for arduous dutlel.Con. costly._Winter Haven Herald.. 90; and Swift 'Current Saskatchewan -
press. ,everybody to love me. Write State. Supreme Court ruled that tinuous drafts on the nerve reserve -- 88
M'l' poetry and short stories. Play the hog or cow that roams the will soon exhaust It. Nervous WILL NOT BELIEVE But[will Northern people believe
; The'irony of fate was demonstrated recently in Madison the piano. Have a great deal public highway does so at the own- bankruptcy is a greater. calamitythan Not even Ripley can make peo ItT No Mr, Ripley, they will not:-
of JT. Am not conceited. Whatdo er's risk. Furthermore, should any. financial bankruptcy. Untot-i pie in the Northern states believe Miami Herald.
{; when- thief,stole a chicken, but lost his false teeth.in the you think of those virtues,

hen house. all of them' III."on. 'human beIng -

L i p- ? P. SAN. .. .., tr-
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,; A new president has been named in Brazil, and he wasn't Well, we dont know what Dor. Come' h"0' 'a\ '
othy thinks, but If you bad asked see w il
f: elected by seeing which side could sink the most bullets in its ua, Instead of Miss Dlx we'd say ',*, \

/ opponents., send us your telephone number and *
''JI' we will turn It over to that fellow
who wrote the song about he's Users
+; Don't think that you are the only lazy thing around. looking for an angel. It would Our Best Salesmenare the

!, Scientists report that even the earth is rotating more slowly serve hip right to. meet.you.
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than it used to. '
It's nice'to know that If thingsget :
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0' any worse at,,least we have : _
-. The ,normal'' human body sends out enough heat every two, invitations to eat out. Several ,, of the IE .

; hour to raise three pints of water to the boiling point-.rand "yveoks paragraph ago about we published strawberries a little be- ,

a, temper to boot. ;: ing'all right for dessert but thata ....

o 'I I little hog and hominy are necessary :Yes' sir...;;people who got the {

t If Mae West I is successful in revolutionizing women's for a.real; meal.T. new G-3 All-Weather before 1 Y '
Merchant; Jr. of the Madison -
fashions, at least men will' again be able to hide behind their C.Enterprise-Recorder, replied: It was advertised and have

wife's petticoats '.'For real eatln' such as hogs and driven this marvelous tire s ,

P o hominy watermelons and sweet many thousands of miles, are '

) If Mussolini wants ,to keep us scared of him, he ''made collard potatoes greens, cowpeas and, and potllkker cornbread, Just singing I its praises louder than __

f_ a fatal, mistake when he allowed his picture to be taken in a come to Madison. Drop over, sometime 'our advertising does! Par, _

aun hat last week. Gene and sample our eatfig. ttcularly do they Insist that r

PR; 0 the new G-3 gives better than I t .

; It f is said that fifty thousand, people disappear annually Journal Roy Child got ,reckless of the, too Bronson, and the"43more non-skid mile> -
'
i ,in this country. ,Those installment collectors do get on your wrote!, "You furnish the strawberries age".we advertise! All we ask

r nerves after a certain time. and Levy County will put"thebog It, .before you buy'' tires give,

0 and hominy on the table. us a'chance.to show you why,
In the ointment
The only fly
;f- Every newcomer who comes to town complains about the boys Is that It will be next spring G-3 users boost it even

:k"r lack of rentable houses. Seems as if that is somebody's"cue now before we have any strawberries stronger,than we do! oiarnblsl it.s.-xr ?lea++ta"d'
>f NASTONISHING
again., wtat9l. Apatu M s
; to start'a building' program. t

'. r, o NOTES ,FROM MISSION HAUL 0sks wtlil
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: .eta\ New Jersey women are devoting 'time to target practice Number 22nd chapter furnished af > aaugym 'Big Value-Low Price! ca'awt ,,,t.tf t
o'
the baste of the Bible Study Tuesday ofIle .. po1
*:,', so they will be able to protect their children from marauders. ; ewalDc..t theMtaelon'HaU., C 'rNEWtG3II platy '_tow. GOODYEAR ba + tt oN.

i." ,Looks'like dark: days. ahead for: kidnappers. "The Angel 'The Ass sand The SPEEDWAY as ot
'i. Stone wan" being the subject. Bunt 'with SU
i i i p' '
There U' an' Important lesson In ia '
;
W.: Scientists tell us that due to refraction,, 'we see :the tbla study.a.,la all of l4', word GOODYEARALLWEATHER:, Apptealmatelr 37,11 t eb ter trseloat tauelabestiuswwrtae

,,* sun before. has actually risen.' We wish refraction would and these lesson are being simp w l full

., keep out of the way and let us get that extra IIl ep. ly taught, ,With a view to provoke. mot' 1/a1K 1.11-ht
further study oil the part,of those : '
'\ y, who*listen. Look!-it No Extra Cost 43% FAST

t'f:: 1 The citizen who used to demand better roads bigger Each week there are new faces More Muss of real nOD-sklch..IY. uauaU...,alt Lire I. $4.40 '$4.95 ,

4. schools, a new postoffice and lower taxes now wants a little noted in the group attending Flatter Wider Tread Mora 19.M .!>...No appr* !- ,' ROAD

,,' emergency relief thrown in for his money. The Seven Dispensation, or per. .Center blocks Traction (14( % more nonskid ..:ae."r eft trout G-S'e. otter .!*. (. pr...
) .. Heavier. Tougher
-- lode of .time will engage the .. '
teardter,1
'( o. thought for next Tuesday meet- Tread (average of 2 ..... .IRON.atNeoa -c....a .. _....e-:2 SERVICETires;;
). Thomas Jefferson almost: covered it all when he saId: Ing. Bibles will be used aa usualin rubber) .. .Supertwlst Cord Body, a". "'- .,__..__........;..-.
reference work and this meeting (supports heavier tr..chaf'l1)t ,-- ""If->>o 1'111 .1,
: "Man over money human rights over property rights equal should be of interest to Christianand ,'

" :i' and exact justice to the rich and the poor with special privilege non-Christian people alike, aa ..- >t. -Battery

:\ to none. .'. It answers the question:""Watchman -- ;.'. ; ,* '.,* .'....OJ..a,:. .a' ... k
What-Of The Night Road Service l' : .
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'i Some savage tribes put a certain'drub lithe water which American films-predominate to, RegisterSTARI& ." OE, .r or'... it. 1, I. .;'.>1 'e

'stupefies the fish and allows them to be taken at will. We'd New Zealand motion picture theatres Phone, 103. 1 ".. ""Fioi .. '
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and the leading house an IDA' '
,be satisfied to discover a drug that would'make a'fish'so
equipped with American sound reproduction
curious It would bite I ,
at an attractive bait. apparatus. ,
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