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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FIFTY-SI\ STABKE. FLORIDA, FRlT'AV.,. AUGUST 8, 1934 NUMBER TIIIHTY-NINE
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;- Clue i Fades I Negro For a Pays Piece With,of Ear Fish Williams To BowA Registration Will Open 1 Books<- ,Soon, Two Men,, ;.Burned County' Served, }



IdentificationfoeadMan ,At Crosby-Lake Party. s Matchmaker In-Wall's Office When Acme. Truck With Mandamus

John Presley has one eat less Registration books,for Bradford
than he had two weeks ago, and county will be open at the office of
Here Howard ,McFaehlon is in jail, ForiocalLegiori' .Supervisor :of Registration H. C. And COUDC Clash

charged with Mayhem as the resultof Wall each Monday ,Tuesday. Friday To Raise Levy
what started out to be a friendly and Saturday from Monday -

That New' River DeadMllil little fish-fry on the banks of Initial Wrestling Match Brings August 6, through !Saturday, Oc One of Searing's! Fleet> In
Nell LaKe the of tober 13. In order to' take partIn -- ------ I-
Crosby on night July HeadUners T oLocal Bad Sanaahup NearCallahan '
Was Missing ar
Miamian. 20. Both John and Howard are Mat.J. the coming November' election: What ii Means Action Drinunds. Commission to + '}
local negro youths.According voters must. have their names in Provide For County'sDefaulted !
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time-for going to press to Howard's story, ., J. .Williams who has been the books.. Two men were burned to death InjKound Figures Bonds.
t the Bradford County offl- John was an uninvited guest. Whenhe closely Identified with ,boxing and On September 3 the books will Wednesday night of last week 'If Levy Is RaisedA Served-
Jvrere irtday still investigating reached In the frying/ pan ,and wrestling the New England be placed'In the hands ofdepl.lty'' when a' light coupe and a truck, Paper Thursday:

Ities that the dead man' found grabbed out one piece of fish nothing states will make his debut as a registration officers in each pre belonging to the Acme Truck J. Thomas-clerk of the circuit I.
cinct for the convenience of those Lines, operating out of Jacksonville Charge That Board Disregarded
River. July 13, might be much was said about It. matchmaker for the Jones-Lang- \ court stated today that should' a
New to register, and the books but owned by Glen G. SearIng Requisition of,Bond
Nations, Miami man who However when John took his sec ford-White Post American Legion wishing Bradford County's tax levy be
HV linen .reported ,missing since ond helping before the others had Saturday night when he offers a will remain in ,tha UtfervlsOr'Soffice of:tarke!! ; collided ona* con rained ten mills It will amount to Trustees. .
left his home on July 8 for even started,, a member of the wrestling show at the Legion Hall, and the precinct offices until crete bridge a'short distance north a boost of one per cent. In other Bradford County's(; tax levy

tomobile trip to Dalton Ga. party wistfully Inquired "Are you featuring Oreste Vadalft Italian October 13. Df Callahan. words for each $300: assessed valuation stands a possibility of being boost .
.Nations, son of the missing gonna eat it all?", and soon the strong man and Joe Jeffries the '. The dead were W F. Phillips it will mean a raise of $5 ed at least ten mills if a writ of '
J n-and other relatives, were inIke fun began. Chicago heavyweight. and S. S- Minor,both of Jacksonville in taxes. The small property owner mandamus brought yesterday' by, * all day Thursday, and while Officers say that Howard and The appointment of Mr. Wil- Lake Property who were. in the coupe. The would not feel it so much, Mr.; Mr, Augusta Young of I first attempts at comparing hIS brother, Walter, piled on John lams as matchmaker for the legion third, occupant of the coupe. John Thomas said but for one company, against the Board of County Commlsstonetrs -,
ires of the missing Miamianthe and when they were finally untangled was decided some three weeks ago; Hull, ales of Jacksonville: was car- whose holdings In this county are Is successful-In! forcing ,
man found near here led the uninvited) guest hada and he has turned to' grapplerswho Shows' ActivityMany ried to a Jacksonville hospital assessed at $78.000 It would mean a sufficient levy to take' care of
lining enlightening it was sta.y lop-sided look and Howard hada have been furnishing real ''entertainment where it Is understood he Is re- an increase of $780 in taxes.' $53,000( In defaulted Bradford
Sheriff W. J. Epperson that mouthful of ear for Miami Palm "covertng. *. bonds. Mrs. Young is the holder of ;

rough) Investigation into the Walter McFashlon who had but Beach and Jacksonville for the : Lots Reported Sold ,And Bobby Reed, driver of the truck, a $1,000 bond.
ler would be continued. a minor role In the bloodthirsty'melodrama past several weeks. Several Home Being was first taken to Hlllard and laterto Search In City The county's estimated budget

,th men Sire said to have'been was released under $5 In his semi-final fight he is pit- Built.,, : Jacksonville, where be was placed published on July 20 contained no
fifty-five years of age: ande bond but his brother Howard will ting Capt. Otto Groebuch a rough, in a hospital! for treatment.. His provision for Interest or a sinking-
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game height and weight. have to raise' $200 before he is vicious fellow,'who can be depended condition, was said to be fair. For Lawtev GirlOfficers fund fbr defaulted bonds and the
a at first believed by officers again on the outside looking in. on to make matters! interestingboth moving "According to-reports, the coupe ommtsalon doubtless Instigated this

vet, that the man found here Mayhem carries. maximum for his opponent and the spec. time during the past few yeare.Seven which was travelling south, hit Seek Louise Thetle. latest coup on the part of bond..
tators. The German in the heat of have the north corner of the holders.' y
I been dead longer than the five sentence of twenty years. The trial or' .lght\1IteW'"houses bridge Miming Since. Last
\ that elapsed between the de- will be In the fall term of circuit battle loses bls.temper 'to such been built this ,season, by Jacksonville causing, it to swerve In front'''of Friday.JACKSONVILLE Clerk of the Court A* .?, Thomas) "
hire of the Miami man from court and it has not yet been a' degree that.be, \completely forgets and Gainesville'. people and the truck, going north.The gasoline '' said yesterday that a levy sufficient 'r
Und the discovery of the dead stated whether or'hot the missing himself and adopts bar-room almost every day brhigs reports of. tank of ,the coupe hit thetruck : ::: ,, AUG. 8.- to take care of the default
r here ear will be Exhibit No. 1. tactics to accomplish the subjugation the turnover of property., and Immediately. became Ignited Police have been asked to assist would mean a raise 'of twelve- mills

her features that did not'seem of his adversary.- The Bank of Stark: has recently In locating Miss Louise Thede, 20 over the eighteen mills that were
. vetall were the two men's In the I opposite corner 'will be sold three Iota among its hold By the time aid arrived the who left her home at Lawtey last levied for this purpose last, yenr. ;t
[The one found here had dark No Games Played found Young Ameflcus, of the U. ings on the north side of the lake, truck, wnlch-;was o loaded; with a Friday. Her mother Mrs. Rudolph However, since the state has announced 1a :?
i hair with a few grey ones 'I' S. Marines, who is capable In every for $275 each. The purchasers of v&rely'of\ ,merchandise, was amass Thede,' suffered s shock when her a reduction of one-half,'
I in, while it was stated by way to see that the German ace these were R. L,' Dtggs and Ernest of flames.* It is understood daughter disappeared and has been mill, and the county's budget aa k''
-yes of the missing' man that Durimr' Past' Week doesn't run away with him.,, Sundberg,both of Jacksonville, and that no insurance was carried on brought to a hospital here,, where published July 20 would Indicate t ta
tag In the habit of dying his The opening bout of the evening F.. C,' Holllngsworth; of ''Starke. either it'or Us load.Political. friends said she Is seriously 111. reduction of about a milt sofa.
f a reddish color several times will be waged by Tex Hammer, Construction of, houses on these The young woman wan seen on a half, taxpayers:!: will get a net'ralne r.
leek. Ai Helen of clothing on youthful Pennsylvania star and lots is expected to begin. within downtown street here about 6 p.:m. of Un"mills If terms contained to'' '
[two men did not compare well, Starke Barely Misses Second Teddy Taylor nt New York,City. the near future.' Bee Fi'lda.y,Ty,e. 'friend. She had left the ,nfandamus are met by .the,

lerQ Place In First Half- The Legion Hall will be in readiness Work on the lake house of C. H. Lrwtey,''about ,two hours before. county commissioners. 4"
| attempt was being madeay Rained Out !Sunday! for this spectacular event and Nasworthy of the Tip Top Gro- When she':left home 'she was not The;' mandamus required A;. J. ..

afternoon to get In touch | Mr Williams points with pride Jo cery, Is almost finished and the Begins To BuzzMany wearing a hat and did not carry apurie. Thomas, as clerk of the circuit,
i Miami dentists who had rely League Standings the above fight card. He has received house Is already being occupied. She had on a yellow and court: of Bradford county and as ex
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_ done work on Nations tolit First, Half?, a special delivery\ letter Also among recent purchasers'' of white checked gingham dress. sn'd o' ficio clerk of the Boart} of Coun-
bridge work in the mouth'of W Ii Pet. from1 Sawtelle, matchmaker of lake places are C..,A., Knight county ----- white and brown shoes. ty Commissioners, "to execute and' ,t
__ ___ 11 T .611 Mentioned Possibilities
man found here could. be Iden- Daylight -. Jacksonville congratulating him tax collector, and A. Thomas -. As Miss Thede Is five feet four inches certify all papers,certificates and
10 8 .556
d. Fernandlna ? on his all-star selection and saying cleric of the circuit court For Governorship tall and weighs 138 pounds resolution's you ..re..requested bylaw i
Starke! ,.__-;:,,__- -_,.8,....,:.529 that he must have faith.la Starketo ,n II +......li....:;!>..., I n. 1936. I, .-. She has brown wavy hair which "to execute and certify: the v
Human Bondage"' Green- Cove ___ Half 5 12 295 ,offer this small city, such an TheivesEnterHouse, was long, when, she left home, performance of the,, duties herein t+
Second extensive program., +But. in,the By PerttnflauTALLAHASSE&"W brown eyes and fair complexion. required," or that he appear before) +
Is Powerful; Drama W L Pet. words of Mr. Williams, "If any During.Owners Absence: :: 1 t h. the c She.Is a talented pianist, having the Supreme Court. In Tallahassee
_______ 5 1 .834 {
Daylight ? at all.'ltds "off-year"; election outcome safely from the Rock Hill .>* .
thing is worth doing graduated on.August10,'and show cause,. lf
Starke _____.____ 4 1 .800 right' iAnd if Starke Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Brown. Inscribed in bold ,letters inthe'state S. C ':
lib Leslie Howard.starring In ,worth doing ) When ( C.) n.ervatory.Anyon. any there be, for his :failure'tq'
__. 2 8 .400 .
Green Cove ;., to real matches l retW'Qed.last from a political archives, Flor.Ida' her whereabouts
plcturlzatton of Somerset\ fight fans want see lee Friday knowing' do* so.
Fernandina ___.- 0. 6 ..000 Williams says.that:he 'intends recent vacation in DeLand and electorate is smugly inclinedto Is asked to the '
notify police
Mr .
igham's "Of Human Bondage", The mandamus that'
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'- sit back for two and allowa
:h comes to the Rita 'theatre *", "- to furnish them with the opened their house, they soon discovered years or hex aunt,' Mrs. H. J. Thede, 030 "the total assessed ,valuation of
day and Monday the talents ofland's (By Lester Schneli) best professional talent that can that they had had visitors little grass to grow on the pathto LhFcolnwoodAvenue! this city. all taxable property In Bradford. Fh
The first half schedule of the thell".absence. Flndlng'thedoor. the ballot box.' Of course there .
film actor and be had. during
greatest for the 1934 amounts
North 'Florida County League Is Is,:the general election! in November County year
reatest writer for what locked the visitors had evidently Successful, Fox Hunt
,merge The fight has been thoroughly to approximately ,f1J490OOIOOthat ;
with Starke but this excite
now officially over, ; will only a few:
been hailed as one of the finest Bradford not been discouraged but said of,. '
advertised all over coun- the Board County;
out neck'on the home since then will
be
losing by a -voting more Lake
window. at the Near'Klngsley
res of the year. ty and the mall that Is coming in; had cut a screen Commissioners has Ignored said estimate a
stretch for the third place position, or lass'aforsnality.( ;
ward Is surrounded by an ex- Indicates that the house will be rear of,the house arid had entered made and submitted by ...IdBoard'
behind the '
second
able cast In this current Just one-half game that way, In this land"'of eternal political .. '
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tonally place Fernandina outfit. Day- packed to overflowing.As A group of Starke and Lake of Bond Trustees of, the
ue. Bette Davis heads the fem- light's 0-2 victory over Green Cove a special Inducement to the Mr. Brownie. has advanced the sunshine,"however; the politicalbee Butler 'men went after ,and got amount of money necessary to be
e in what she be- seats, whichare that his must have li buzzing: more furiously than raised tax to the'
contingent last Thursday sewed up the flag ladles the ringside theory company their!! fox late Saturday night near by a special pay
a to be the strongest role of for Rudy Major's boys ''while 91.10, Including governmenttax been. a bachelor Since only career Frances, .Dee. Kay Starke and Green Cove" did not will Include one lady free of that were useful to the strongersex have been lifted out of the hat and turned. out on the east side of the fund for the payment of the principal .; i
uon, Reginald Denny and Alan playoff ,their schedule game. If charge...While the general admission were missing, tb-wlt: a.thirty- eaqh;one looms'as'a candidate to lake,' according to'Pf' S. Denmark, of said bonds, and has made'no
1 are also included which is very two pistol, several suits'of clothed succeed Coy. Dave SholU.: In Florida In said
Starke won would place them Into tickets, are. S5c. who was' a'member1 of+ the party provision county budgetfor
waday and Wednesday the Ritz tie for second place. reasonable for world championship and some men' ,.hoea. The thiefor a governor cannot: succeed himselF and within two hours the hunt was the payment' of,:the matured'
how "Finishing School", with a No were played by the fighters' .For i seat reservations thieves, bad pulled down, all : to la. this furore there Is no. ended north of the lake with a fox bond. of said county.and the bonds.
ncea Dee Ginger Rogers.Blllle Strawberries games in the past week. write'or telephone J., J....Williams, the window shades and had ,evidently Sholts talk except insofar someone In the bag.Among and coupons maturing during the, t
ke and Bruce Cabot. ,This pic- made thorough search of / now and then hazards a guess '
Legion a
American fiscal
Thursday's affair with Fernandlna matchmaker, those enjoying the hunt 'year'evading"September;;,, ,
portrays life In an',ultra-ex- here.was forfeited by the Fishers Starke, Florida. the house, choosing only the things as;. tw,which.direction, he governor besides Mr. Denmark, were T. C 1935,; that said Board of, County:'
ive girls' boarding school due to the inability to place nine Don't.forget the date and time: that were needed. may thrown.whatever..support!. he Chaatain,. John' Taylor,. Tate Denmark Commissioners In the past has lg'"-
:h makes Its snobbery beneathnear men on the playing field on accountof Starke,. Florida. Saturday night, e has. Rogers Ward, Joe Edwards flowed said estimates of said Board s
of smartness, and ,which sickness The Berries game with August, 9:00: o'clock p. m. Slash Pine Is Good Governor; "IXMMJ; InfluencePolitical J. F. Starling, all of Starke, and of Bond Trustees ,aDd' has ,-failed D
n Its official to youthful history in Florida how ..a.aufflclent'tax'
eyes Daylight up at Panama Park Sun- Shep Roberts Rufus Taylor De- to make \to
Use
!icretlona rather. than I forfeiton day was declared no contest being Lift'up thyself, look around, and For Newspaper ever seems to indicate that retiring Witt Roberts J. P. Bennett, of raise an amount equal tq) the estimate ,,
fees rained out after. couple of inningsof see something higher and brighter .- chief executives,;., very lit Lake'Butler.' made and submitted" by uq.ct' n
ext Thursda.y'anc Friday the play. A.win over Daylight will than earth, earth worms,' and, The superiority of young Florida tle Influence In the wild scramblefor Mr,: Denmark states that, the Board of Bond Trustees:f to1 Ipay,,
will bring "The Life of Vergle place the Berries in the lead. earthly darkness.-Richter., slash pin. 'over,.Canadian and New .the mansion residence.'Whether bushy-tailed quarry is plentifulnear I the Interest upon,' e
ten" to the local screen. This England spruce In the manufactureof thfs will likewise hold true. of ,Kingsley,, sinking fund,,for tb4lpayfniibt'bf
, which deplclts a romance In Ball white newsprint paper was cited Styeltt, '.remaps to,; be seen. the principal of the'bonds''of) said, "J
nail 1 town co-sws.Ann Hard- Human ,Skull :And..a 1 ., Cannon in a bulletin Issued this week by AND"attempt;'w$" be made to list 'SiLCOX MANAGES STATION county: ; that to meet the principal ,
and John Boles the All Florida Committee. CcJttlons ftie prospeetIvl.aaplrants In. the D. L. Blloon today took chargeof Interest and sinking fund 'raqulre'meats
of Long Ago In Florida were said by-the order of their relativechances" for th.K' M Service Station Just of the bonds of said countyfor
RCOGIST ON ''VACATION Recall Local Bat tie committee to be Ideally; suited"td ucce s.;,.set;with' this ,,thought:"in north' of the school house on Road the fiscal year'1983-54. It Warn
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Powell Carpenter,, popular the development. the, newsprint mind 'naturally: the:names. of t two 13. Mr.'Sllcox's many trlends will necessary. to have levied an'. ad se
druggist' will,leave,t Monday,,;, 'I ',: b,, paper Industry.' --A'' "1" former' governorsshould top"the beglad to meet him at his new valorem tax of approximately $80-,
"mpanled by Mrs.Carpenter, (By' 'HU' E. -lAgergrea) ] bailiwick incase of war. the chief ,"Recent perfecting of the papermaking f.leW, '.JoluI"W.1oIartln" of Jackisenvllle place- of business.. 34904; that the total assessed valuation f
a two weeks vacationThey. Many years ago hogs rooted up a 1 I fervently hoped and 'apparently process in the-experiment and Doyle E. Carlton ,of .. of alf the taxable property
(a Baconton Ga., where they .human skull near the 'depot. Not autolntoxlcated himself Into the belief al pulp mill laboratory of Dri; Char Tf..' l As many ae 8.000 teeth arranged of Bradford County for the ''year ry
be Joined by Mrs.'W. T.'Jack- long afterwards, at the same place, that some misguided "greaser" Herty of Savannah. Ga.; proves beyond It./to seriously doubted whether In rows are found in some specimens 983 amounted ,approximately
and Mrs. Pierce Jackson,and some children making mud' pies soldiers would come to Starketo all doubt ',tbat'yofmg"slash) eltbei gentleman enters the",race of'shark' ; only one set of 81.805,460.001'tgatt"6oar4'.of; < ': ,
i there will go to Winston-Sal- unearthed an old cannon ''ban. .be annihilated by' his boys la pine can be made Into newsprint at but their names were hi the hat these Is kised at any one time County:Commissioners) only made r
and Aahevllle, N. C.; for a saw about three inches-to diameter. bjue (for this was In the prc-khakl the economical cost of $31.70 per No gubernatorial contest Is ''complete the last turn a tax !levy of eighteen mills la the r
days visit and from there to Both objects were on exhibition In days). So he managed to get a too as compared with the average without mention of Martin thebe.r ran of fortune seems willing to year 1983 for.14 principal' Interest .' aka

aro. ni., where they will take the Telegraph's museum. The skull bushel of blank cartridges, and the $.$. per ton for the Northern. whfte'Carltoa's recent civic activities f.. 'Mjtoy) A Threat one more. and sinking fund requirements s.
h, lights of the' Century ofess :was later presented to Dr. A. H. I war ne made the boys skirmish product,'* the ;L committee Mates."The ;-after., two"silent. years has Commissioner. .Agriculture which' based on 100 per, cent collection ''

_i Exposition. r :Freeman and the ball to Major 3.,. during the moollllt'aJpta was a I Southern Newspaper Publishers caused sense to feel''that tb.'Tam- Nathan May?., who. ha. been a ,;" could only have' produced
WITH I 1. FeelCf or ,It believed caution. Association has taken definite pan was again making a bid foruh'Pe.vA gubernatorial threat ,for*. the. last approximately I3S.MOOO; that", the, }
CARREL Bt1LLETS' that ..dome time d ngg the 'For the exercises on one particular ....,t war4 establishment of .a ..jrotesv.: -"ft "T .,' .. .. twelve oaoe more has action of:said Board'of.-"County; "
yeses soma
urley Jones, negro., Is'. in Jail Spanish! occupation,. a battle had night.the- chief bad chosen a paper mill and one North Floridapaper : Ceaalsers.f .. supporters who 'think',.his entry Commissioners la the'past la Ignoring
. hooting his .wife u14'-.rbUe been fought ,..... Be that'asitmay. difficult terrain.. Just southeast of baa already been printed on Clan d e h nursing a couPa-- bullet a8IId\"nult"! \ <' battle. ,waa,to the parav Itwas!' all cutup with good 'quality paper, _' __; front 'l etat'npc .against V. ... troller J Jim Lee,., bees e:''if'' has said Board of,Boad ,Trustees,:and
nd himself. His wifs'says he :be staged.later sal :-- ditches :and gullies-trenches, : if Southern pine."' 1 1 .: SematodPatk"Tr'Lhaseon, strenuous attempts to smooth,' the failure of said Board of County -

home and shot through the Conditions,many sorts seem you plcesc-'and stumps and togs Factor mFlorida/which; .point vmceit many friettda of the youthful rather. rough .selling 410 financial over ., Commissioners i to'make any
'ow at her. hltthig.her to the of absurd for.haetloos. There be marshalled to the growth of the newsprint: industry the "
to run m cycles. A cycle; Tallahassee Jr.tbat his election water,, is. In the mood of seeking provision IDporUJ'budg.
'. she then "busted down". on and comic events startled Starke his hosts exhorting' them to give hers Include abundance of ae governor is- a foregone higher things.Retired .. .. for the fiscal year .Itte-as, shows ;,
a couple of times In the I repeatedly for ten years or ro. beginning the "greasers"; hell and the boys raw material low labor costs year. Conclusion. ,, V. S. CongressmanMark to private life because i I that said Board of County CommlaI -
uder.Charley says hla"spouse .in the middle ;lOa: and Industrously fired their blank cartridges round mill operation;proximity of WIlcox of West Palm Beach, of HlUsborough! ;I stoners has no Intention to make a erg
' first The Judge says Charley l the venreporter. for the Telegraph until their. musket barrels fuel supplies and economical water because of his sweeping'victory In voting methods Senator county's Pat peculiar Whit. !sufficient 'appropriation ,In. tb.
sty In jail until"circuit court. ; declared that the Genius of became too not to'1aoIAS... ... they transportation, t k ... committee the fourth congressional district, aker of Tampa Is reported to be ;couatv( budget of said county for
Farce must have deserted Ireland stumbled ovejr, obstructions. Dan states Over' half 'of Florida's 85: ,- has been pointed* out M the man preparing a campaign of vindication I[th. fltcal year. 193I-1933.or.. to
h mat precious lau aaai'facutenthIUlI&I and I taken'np his abode "m ourmldet" Bores;'a tie contractor, lived near 000.000 acres Is forest land, covered who could perform a similar feat ,.He Is an avowed toe of Oov.Shotts I make a. sufficient tax levy for ]'
.-Rev,' 0.'A'St cs.. The anticlimax took place. by. He bad four mutes In his corral with second growth pine throughout' the state. and Tycoon Peter 0. Knight. | the year 1934 to meet the princi-p
'1912 1918.' and the firing made them cray which would be available for newsprint pal interest and fund requirements
'Kennedy! ,, : *;f -, one night la or Peter Tomasello of Okeecbobeo. Also' mentioned ae running on a sinking fA,
?, tv.ff:1 oitf ;*:4TIe; chief of the Tlaercats"gtarke's ; they ran around and bellowed manufacture. v.,aNA lest speaker of the house and bit.. similar ticket 4* the ousted of, said bonds' for the '*5 1I
61ay4 / mintary'conumny-at the literacy! "to beat the.hand-:: theysmeOed. reeenVanrrer*h wa thai the tee foe*of. Govejrner,, Shotts' ban anibltor.o C IiltlaMOrR.. county. I fiscal, year 19341935V .-* .-..*YW" /3?:
s exper\ that" tiweely vrm time.was. like. one of his hoys.Sponuuf .the battle.fracn, ...fac'sad u.INir'stain thlrtj*.... ......... been- reportadnuaaive.rq ftetog. .by .aa ,Irry+ J '?lu # dts,jt! .! rl' County: Commlssfoners; meet F '

***>'Finlander .anraiowL;r for a fgkkt, -It+ sit our country'wooMtwve trouble captains sad the sfcovttaavA 's I .Uateflal for sixteen flOO-ton toofcuc after o4M'aadenea tot '
above < frtands of,the adwptaksttaa y Cr:; / theyWwtltbt .,
ay sea level Wan with1 Mexico; and though there cloud';:alai th MOOD:and'' it i mills J far 'M> ysa,.. At",the,end.of th. Florida League ManlclpaU- Bv TreevJwsy of Tavares, chairmanthtsi&,4s.Lt.I.s4. COMIder, thet county e,'I'it\ :-.
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Denmark are 8IDk small likelihood that the oem.posy became pitch dark. Then to!,.Two this period IT forestry u...' "'
was proper pracCdttlaned d. L,, Durrance,.;,Jacksonville ?( .ad e" the.,bond, trouble, ;J, '
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,t:( ;- RISING SAXTON I I- GRAHAM HEILBRONN SPRINGS GUM BRANCH the friends.week-end and while there visited I 666Liquid.

\ JII..... II. N. "McRae. Correspondent M.... w. A. T.I.-.. CorrfupimJf Mri L. C. HmHfc. VorT9fo.irmi MlM Thclnit R......, CoTr...ondlnt. MlM Ell flt>eth II......".. c... There will be prayer meeting at Tablet Halve, ft,,.

: The singing service at the home I Those who attended the Camp: H. C. Surrency returned Saturday Mr. and Oliver. Jones returned Mrs. Ellen Johnson of Glen:St. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Malley I Checks Malaria In Three Or!
of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hatslop Meeting at Lake City last week I from Hart Haven after spend- to theft home In Tampa .Marys Is spending awhile with her Alvarez, Friday night. Colds /.,,
First
Tuesday night led by T. N. Norman were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hicks Mr. ing several days with his sister II after spending awhile here with daughter-in-law Mrs. H. H. Keene. There will be Sunday school at I Dayllndarhv.
J y was largely attended and enJoyed and Mrs. Leslie Hicks and Mrs.; : Mrs. Mack McKinzie. his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Miss Doris Waters of PalatkaIs the home Of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. .or Nur.lKu In ao Nlsn i, ,
) ; by all. Nancle Bell. Mrs. F. M. Abernathy left Sun-' and Mrs.,.J.. C. Jones. spending a few days with :MIss Norman, Sunday afternoon at I Fine Laxative and Tonic
Those of this section who attended We are sorry to report that J. A day for a stay'of several days Miss Pencie Davis Is spending Bertlce.Norman.. 4:00: o'clock. :MOB Sprrdr R..dl. Kallni,
*' the fifth Sunday meeting at Tyler Is ill at this time. We hope with her daughter, Mrs. Forest awhile \In Jacksonville visiting rel Miss Elizabeth Harnage spent
i Brooker Sunday were: Elder C. A. tie will soon be well again. Reynolds of Jacksonville.A. atives. the week-end at Maxvllle with

\'. Crosby and family. Mr. and Mrs. Misses Jean Tyler and Eunice A. Armstead and Lonzl Mal- ,Mr., and :Mrs. M. Rhoden spent: friends. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
i 1 Oscar Crosby and children, Miss Daman made a trip to Jackson phus of Gainesville were visiting Sunday\ Brooker the guests of Mrs. W. F. Harnage is spending
,:, Lillian Kelly: and brother J. R. ville Tuesday true Many Years Experience Make.'U Possible for Us to Render
In our section Sunday. and brother-in-law\ and sister Mr. awhile with her son,. J. A. Harn-
: E. J. McRae of Waldo was a Mrs. FFrauk Sumner spent partof EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mrs. Hattie Prescott the Ziff and Mrs.. C. C. Melvin. age ,
business visitor here Tuesday. last week here with her sister- MODERATE PRICESDeWITT
and Mrs. Andersonof
section was visiting here We Rufas Alvarez H. M. McRae and in-law Mrs. George Sumner, who C. JONES COMPANY
with his cousin, Seeher Forsythe, Brooker spent the week-end
,". J. L. Underhill attended the Union has been cick.Regular day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Parement- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. STARKE. FLORIDA
Jacksonville Friday and will and Mrs. A.. M. Newberneand
'Ii Meeting preaching services ..
er of Jacksonville was visiting his H.. H. Keene. -
', .' Saturday. be held here next Sunday and Sun- sons Eugene and Virgil and brother R. U. Parementer Friday. Mrs. H. H. Keene and sons En-
))1 I ;, J. W. Buddlngton and daughters,, day night Mlsa Wilmar Kelly of Tampa Miss Lorena Starling spent sev- och and Harley, and Mrs. Ellen
} Gwendolyn and Ernestine, and Arthur Arthur Swanbon returned Sun- spent a few days with Mr. Newberries and
eral days at Lawtey visiting: her Johnson were the guests of Mr.
brother-in-law and sister,
(, McRae visited Mr. and Mrs. day after spending two weeks In slater, Mrs. Richard Bennett. Mrs. R. W. Kersey Monday after
: i Runsell McRae at Starke Sunday Ft. Myers. Mr. and Mrs L. C Smith last For Expert RepairingSmith's
I afternoon. week.J. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. F-red noon.Mr. .
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and Mr Ed. of
1 e'' Mr. and Mrs. VV. R. Halslop City policemen and deputy sher- H. Surrency attended the Un- Johnson Monday evening. > Stanley and
Mr.
," pent Saturday with Mrs. Halslop's iffs of Sarasota competed in a ion meeting at Brooker Saturdayand !.1r.; and Mrs Dewey Strickland Starke wore t .e guests of
at Lawtey. shooting match and the 'policemen Sunday. and children of Ocala were visIting Mrs. 3- Harnage- Wednesday
father, H. R. Sapp
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merritt and won by breaking 49 out of 100 Mrs. Hester Drew of Hockley relatives' here Sunday. afternoon.Mr GaragePhone
children of New River spent Sunday targets while the deputies hit 38. Texas was visiting Mrs. N.. J. Bartow Wise of Jacksonville Is and Mrs. T. N. Norman were
with their parents Mr. and .-- Davis Saturday. spending a few days with his cousin visiting friends. In 'the Rising sec
Mrs. J. M. Hersey. An automatic fire alarm has Mrs. Maud Walnrlght, and Carlton Davis. tion Monday. 120
Andrews been Invented that can be pluggedinto daughter, Anita of Hellbronn A large crowd attended the Un Miss Bernice Stanley was the
Mr. and Mrs W. H. : an electric current outlet Springs were visiting M.>rs. Chesley ion meeting at Brooker Sunday. guest of Miss Elizabeth Harnage
,J\,1 t made a business trip to Lawtey sounding when the surrounding Fogg Saturday afternoon. Miss Leona Padgett of Jasper Wednesday afternoon. Wrecker Service Day or Night
Saturday temperature rises ten degrees, In a Miss Oviedo Lions of South Bay ft' visiting her cousin, Mrs. Har- W H. Carter and Archy Hayes
Mrs. A. H. Johns and sister, Miss "minute. and Miss Ellen Johnson of Waldo ley Starling. attended church at Maxvllle during
Lucile Bennett of Starke visited
11 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Sat-

'ij, ,:,- urday night. "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES" ---Al Gives A Frinedly Warning --By POP MOMAND

Mrs. Brltton! K of Pine Level spent Sunday I II I f 'n-41R1'S 6011'016 1b Cl.a-Y THIS MORNINCZr t: (\ N1 '
I with her mother, Mrs., Evelyn WiLL S 6Ce eEl TRouaLC AROuND CAU6HT 'T1ii.SSIe. I"LiRTIN: 0 r ..rKCDy .SP _
1i' Crosby. '"naSSIB: GOT RIO N@RB :z. TIiU. '< '
,t Mrs. Rose Albertson of'Tampa V ''TH' SAILAR FaR'.: MINT TILL ReSlSTtrt.IoN SAYS'SHe. JUST CANT bv11CW; BBTTWou6KIP'o
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Ii and Mrs. M. L. Lewis and children "01oa& 'n.owo OOKS LJNIRORM. ... 1 THIS BLOCK. en

was visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae IS DoIN',S&NTI"4IL.. T. sr1ChJDUP:. .. '.It EtIA PPl4N 1 0 1 AIy G t>n1 9 .

Ilff; Sunday. DUTY. 81 'TH' qT4 / SE9 THATp .
'!+I,' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill !POT SAMe r
COrs6s ,
TIMe -
; were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. : TStc:" :: r

:.I'f.; T. N.Sunday.NQrman In Gum Branch section IS't, a I I j IIII II,


: Mrs. Mac Henderson and children
: ,of 'Jasper, spent part of last
r week here with her brother-in-law

,'t ;' and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd

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.1' Ida and Mae hope Lewis she will Is much soon Improved be home jE:2: / / <'" ',':; ..-"k..,.:.(.>".,:<,.....t..",..;;.'<.:..,.'{.{"x:.t.;.::.;.<...,:,.,},.;.....(;.;..t 0/./,.."..,.<; :;..,..... ..,':.<.."; 111;,.:;v..?.;.h.\ fh'' ...'rile ..-t. ; -Til.. _-_,:' __. P Q, j t\1 .\a..
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'. which will begin at Pine Level
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church next Sunday night., Every THE, ,FAMILY NEXT ,DOOR Proof Lacking
1,. body Invited to attend. I
,' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hersey spent '
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"' Sunday with their' parents,' Mr. If ) vtfcvos u+sT wcirc trsN eowll!. w+ta a TM t ( ., NELL lVE NEVER
tII: and Mrs. J. S. ,Norman In Wood- I /, UNCIE JkItNO i wtK f N '1Z Zll' p'1C1I1 -[ DOlfT WANT ON, YOU MU4iNT Sf1Y SEEN ANY114PIG hDAINID

.I lawn' section., TURNED NIM OT 1l 'IOMtN, TO GET 'M/LZ OF ''CntIRSE YOJ / MERE 'i11A7 l 11Ia1G1f
,,1 f J. W. Buddlngton visited friends f1 owN MIi 1t1E0! VMNT m GEt MARRIED !!! vLouLD Ilwle w+e r
'J''; In, Starke Friday. i
Miss Gwendolyn Brlddlngton
( Miss Audrey McRae and J.' W: OHWV VVK TOV

e, Buddlngton vlalted M.r. and Mrs N RIAU.V
Alfred Brown In Hellbron section *
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'; Friends and relatives of W. R...
\ Halslop helped him celebrate his
rifty-nlnth birthday Sunday. \ A
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I.n.At1GU8T BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH 8TARKE FLORIDA PAGE TURKU ''It'll

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::: -- BROOKER spending some time here as guests


wk r i AMAZE A MINUTE BANKERS SUPPORT Miss ,..... Gainer Correspowdeat of their parents Mjr. and Mrs. H

P. Galpey, have returned home
I 1 P. T. A., MEETS
Hiss Grace Hazen spent last
L- SCIENTIFACTS- BY ARNOLD SOUND EXPANSIONBy The Brookwr P. T. A met Tuesday "
LIVE STATE NEWSNews July 24th The meeting was week In Gainesville aa guest of her

called to order by the vice-presi cousin, Miss Margaret Hazen.

+ R. S. HECHT1'lct dent Mrs. U D. Polk. It was decided Mr. and Mrs. t... B. Crosby and
In Short
Florida Paragraphs BOILERS
of AND PIR.ES/ Fruit/tut/ A mtrtc* Bf.kri I
that the P. T. A. will sponsor -
children, who have Deen spending
i -, TWl cur STEAM aOILIMOIVIIOP Atttcifti
I debate Friday evening,August -
400 POUNDS Pin a some time with friends and relatives

4tu.tt1 INCH' **,U* I. A universally recognize 3, at the school, after which in Quincy have returned

-- '- '- MILITARY RIFLE,MOWtVtft, BANKERS prime economic need of ice cream will be sold. The topicof borne.

PIVILOPS A. CMAMM. ""- the nation U the stimulation of the debate will be: Resolved:
i-li-DER WILCOX JAW XEESBURO GETS nO\rE3 "- _y SuRI Of 9O.QOO" : POUNDS sound Industrial I That the Railroads are a greater NOTIfB' : OK. APPI.irVflOnr FOR
TAX DICED< <
..PKSONVILLE,- Sumter LKESBURG,-Funds to the amount Ptft X UAt NCM. and com benefit as a common carrier than Notice I I. hereby given, that n. W. '

:tv_flrst in Florida to seek of $50,000 have been made mercial BCtlTltlei I trucks. The speakers will be as Helen holder rd.of Tax day of Certificate Aummt' A
the Wilcox bankruptTw follows: Affirmative; H. B. Wig No.I)61831stha.
under available for new homes and reconstruction \b and recent A. filed nald certificate
enacted during the recent travels over a gins L. R Waters and Ivan Haeen. In my office :and made applicationfor
session has filed a work In Leesburg, In the ) T. B. Plnholater, I A. tax deed. to Issue thereon In
donal 2) wide stretch of Negative; aooordnnce with law. Maid certificate -

llIon of Insolvency .In the Fed- receipt by the First Federal Savings .. : : the country Brown, and Q. E. McGalnley embraces the following,: denrlbed .
property Ituated! In Bradford -
,j court bere. Loan Association of Lake hay shown At the 'close of this meeting It County Florida to-wlti Went

---. county located here, of check In me that they was decided that these meetings BO feet of j"ractlonal 1 Hlock IT InWard
BUILDING that amount from the U. S. treasury second Tues City Section ., Townnhlp'fSouth '
NEW everywhere will be held on the ,Hanst 10 Kant., ,
TALAHASSEENathan( In payment of fuD- ald Income ? are making all day of each calendar month.PEJtSONAI..8 The 'assessment' of said property
:2 under the said certificate Issue4was. ,
commissioner of agri- shares In the Institution.
effort possibleto
state ,
tyro, : In the name of Evelyn W, Rodgers.Unless
iture, has announced that con I land constructive Miss Mary Wiggins of Hampton sold, certificate. shall be ,
be started soon redeemed. according to law, tax deed
would flnsnR.
DECISION IS ACCEPTEDTALLAHABSEETbere T spent Sunday here as the guestof will issue thereon. on the 18th. day
'1s ew $50.000 building here to ; will be ., S. HBCHT eta support Miss Vera Galney. of August A. r>. 1934. ,, ; y,
Dated this 17th. day of July, A. o
cute the state chemistry depart- no further court proceedings m behalf SELECTED within the Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch of D. J93.' .
WHITE HENS CEO ot their banking function A. J. THOMAS'!
ient of the proposed constitutional ON CAVCNN Pi00le BCCCVME cope proper Ralford spent the week-end hereas t ,
Clerk of circuit Court
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amendment for consolidation of the LIVING .....IItOMlntlS. TMI FEATHERS to promoting the expansion of guests of her parents, Mr and Bradford d .
WET MOVE STARTED county offices of tax assessor and BEING PALE ROSE |M. DV WEATHER business activity. Mrs. Ik A. Brown. CountY1.f'olo Ct /-1'' rl; ,

OCALA,-The Young Democrats tax collector which the Supreme AND BRILLIANT. MO AT THE APPROACH Frequently: '' In times past when Mrs R. B. Raulerson and daugh.

I Marlon County have started a Court last Saturday ruled could not O,*' A $TORM." our country suffered from an economic ter Nadine, of Arcadia and Mrs. A COOD; INTENTION
the of
have question
,ovement to be voted upon by the people because depression and consequent A. F. Raulerson and son Glen Aus- rOft'A
shall be sold m IS A PROMISE TOMORROWTHAT
nether liquor It did not regularly pass the r 'afI unemployment: on a large scale, the tin, of Okeechobee who have been
arlon county brought to a'votethe Legislature rise of some broad new Industrial NEVER

same time State prohibition 't development, such for Instance as a NOT1CK APIM.irvriON FOil I

peal is decided upon by the elec- '--- new Industry: like the automobile TAX HKKItNOTICH < COMU1B.
FEVER CUCAN-UF IS HEREBY GIVEN.TtiaMJoe
ate.LASTS. ALLAHASSEEGovernor Industry, baa been a powerful actor E. I Starling holder of IIiiof .
-J. In stimulating'a return or an accelerated Tax Certificate No 148, Issued 8r FOR JACKSONVILLE Sholtz has requested the state f TEE CLIMBING COATS day of August, tins filed I
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growth of national pros- : AinD.:31'f; .
JACKSONVILLE With 15,000 board of health to take Whatever T..a PIEBALD$ _'. of said certificate and
perlty. Such a movement mean the made application for lax deed to Infine -
at cattle from the drought areas steps are necessary for quick era- MOROCCO CLIMB" TREES TO thereon. In accordance with law .
middle west expected to dication of Dengue lever reportedIn -. OBTAIN THEIR FOOD. creation of new wealth the employ, Said certificate .mhr..11. the follow
the ment ot large groups of people on ing demvrlbed. property altuated In
_ in the state by Sunday, H. TS.Godwin some negro settlement sections ,.wM..W 'I useful lines and as a consequencethe Bradford County, )l'IIIrldll1.towit: An Important matter'like hv" r ,
director of commodity of Miami. Dr. Henry. arson, state Block\ 83 In Crnxby Lake Shore* In
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production and distribution of Southeast Quarter of "Kectlon' 81, and serene,which protect your
stribution for the Florida FERA, health officer called the governorby sound, effective purchasing power In Northeast Quarter of Suction It, igtneyourbudnaesndlovr b,

ounced plans for seven canning telephone and reported that the PLAN BIG PARADE peal by Dexter Cawthon- from a which la a form of wholesome economic Tnwnnhlp The 8 South Hangs tl Kant. crtdi.deserve*prompt.Mention

lints. fever In Miami Is of mild form MIAMI.-W hen Legionnaires Santa Rosa county Indictment for stimulant that bas none of under the assessment unlit lItr.t Invited property wan *

and could be cleared :rcp. gather In Miami October 22nd to assult with Intent to commit murder In the name of Ueu. A, & A, M. Mar- If had fir tODJah '
SPEAKER JOBTALLAHASSEEThree the evils of monetary Inflation. col te.UnitMil. you a ti
SEEK 25th for the American Legion national upon deputies.
A N.w Fore for Improvement said certificate. shall be redeemed would you be oamplctereprotected l
demotic ,
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S FEDERAL ARRESTS convention, one of the mightiest Perhaps we have at band II not according to law, tax deed ? u i
nominees for the 1933 house DANGEROUS WATER will limue thereon on the 4th day of P
will
are expected toe ...1ACKSONVILLEDe put y spectacles on the" program CLERMONT,-Water In the the rising of a wholly new Industry, August A. D. 1934.T'ateti The that.to_tnoae k=op.i
representatives be the "Big Parade. On Tuesday thin and day of July, A. D.
United States Marshal E. J. Butler a measurable equivalent In the potentialities
chain of lakes originating In Green
candidates to the gpeakershlp. 1934
October 23rd the world's largest HAROLD C. WALLINRURANCE
has returned here with three men and from Lake of a widespread rebuilding A, J. THOMAS. ,
W. C. (Buddy) Bishop swamp extending
icy are procession will "fall in. accordingto Clerk' of'Ireuit 'nllrl.T..llltIS
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arrested yesterday at Live Oak and and modernizing movement
Louise through this section Is dan-
William McL.
[Jefferson county Bradford County, Florida
trlatle of Duval county, and Fort White on charges of violating plans and arrangements now beIng gerous to' bathers, and extremely such a* home renovlslng, plant remodeling | | -8 STARKE. FLORIDA IM
made by Colonel W. H. Baird
congressional acts permitting loans the putting of our railroad .
hazardous for drinking -- -- -
purposes
sight L. Rogers of Broward .
to ( .. Two of the Inspector-Instructor Organized Reserve high speed air conditioned
armer men, GeorgeE. according to an' analysis by the on a
only Gaff Jr.', of Live Oak, were United States Army for the State Board of "Health; Jackson- basis and other valuable development ,NOTICE ;A Ar

charged with violating 'the 'seed State of Florida, chairman of the In the construction Held. ,
BAN ALL TIPS ville/ to Dr.;JG.' H. Slmmerman Nntlre 110 hers-byttIv.n
KEY WEST,-Utopia? Wo :just loan act. The other E. V.., Witt of parade, committee. who submitted samples from Lake ,Th. effect of such activities on em- auction on the first Monday that In August the Tnllowing, lD84, It lands being will the b"8th sold day at of publb.salt )

West in its role under theERA Fort,"White, it -was charged: madea Mlnnehaha.j ployment: and many line of business month before the court bOUS.. door at Starks. In Bradford County State '
ty BY OWN GUN would be and I of Florida, or so much thereof a.. WIll b. necessary. to pay the amount
false representation; ior'the MAN SHOT. most beneficial
tourist purpose -- -- disc for taxes set
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.resort. Mayor .
u a oppoltethe same, to..th.with the coat or- such
1. H. Malone bas proclaimed an of securing a Joan .under the MIAMI.-The devotion of :bit PUNANDINA SI'1'm, BEST can repeat without reservation that and advertising.Deeerlpll.. .

reconstruction finance bird serious FERNANDINA>'J. H. Allen; of banker and to I
diet forbidding the acceptancer corporation dog brought injury ,we> are willing eager .

Sept. i, of any tip or gratuity act today to L. Roy Smith. Seated in Fernandlna expressed the belief play our full economic part la any. .. ,._' T R A 0..... .C.iM

I any kind within the: 'C'tty..A fine -- the back yard of his home; Smith that application for a govern such constructive developments.It Com 1110 It W or Nm ('or'.of .. ,

provided for a of vtetions. No BUILDING INCREASES held a shotgun. The dog. running ment loan of. $3,653,000 made by has been made to appear that W"it of NW'4 ot BE" '. %. ? ,,' i
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to his to the Florida Agricultural and Industrial has to work .be of HRf'4 a run IIJU& ft '.
pping signs win be posted. JACKSONVILi.'E.Aocording side began Jump upon money: not gone W toO ftN :aU ft. 5l fi '

to figures compiled by the Florida his master. A paw caught a trigger relief Board for the construction cause of the timidity of bankers 100 It to beg__._____,.... 8 13 ,_ Ersle 8hort\ a.____\\I ?..__.. 10,61
AVIATION BASE NEEDED and the charge struck Smith and setting up of a pulp rather than what U a true eiplanatton Com 1110 It W of Nm 'or : h, .
State Chamber of Commerce from
mill at Fernandina will be reported I of W'Ao of NW'4 of ME" i :
His ;
the chest. condition
in was because business men nave not
WEST PALM BEACH Vital of ,
of HJJ14
,- the records th'tetytve.municip: a run It IU ft. A
eed of a military aviation base in alities, building permits! totaling considered critical by.hospital at favorably, although It Is not expected bad enough confidence In the business W 1119 ft. N IU ft. m. y ,. .(
that decision will be made 1011 ft to Geneva i
tendants. a outlook to borrow the dollar Beg-------3s II ...
I '
outh Florida and the absolute the six Townl'-----
issued
first
$7,342,234were : before the return of President banker-and Lots 11...t of Bile 1. Origl < : 'e'enel
from the put It to work;
wessity for concerted action and months: of 2934.'Th* total of nearly Town of Starke ''n tNE14 '
died support for Chapman field, seven and a half million dollars DEPUTIES BARRED Roosevelt about August. i X 'The bole requisite*the expansion : ot SW--; ___---Ii I II Elvins''Morgan'-_ 11.11 wd"

Miami Is to secure'federal'de- _u--tIj.- .Jbocroane! of: almost TALLAHASSEE.Floridian. ,The whole-hearted. i man" 1* the of commercial bank loan 1* Tote Orlglna'i 2' 8 Town 4, t :tl tlk" t

pment of the field at a cost 100' per cent over'tlcu.rea. "ia 1933 accepting commissions as sheriffs one who' succeeds/th'this world.: sound-- normal> business conditions ..lrt.NE'4.oLMW.I.. I ,,12, ,- T.. ., .____" ', (t
11,300,000.: stressed totaled $9 > and themselves 1' >.a which to conduct sound normal' WItctLotlll.70fBlkll. .
was by Rep- when bonding permits ,- deputies 'availing Mary El Mixer. 1
wntative J. Mark Wllcox before iinclnde .cities banking operations. The best business Original Town ot Slark.
The of the to
827372. figures opportunity carry pistolsare In Nm'4 of
1t HW'411 I II :
AIr.. M. JIIEdward____ 1".11 u'W
00 leaders at the 1Hml all sections of Florida show- from boasts that abs bank: caa wish for Is the op
community from disqualified serving on Hamburg kasthe % of Lot 4 ot 8.k. 25. '
Woman's club lunch- substantial under court de- wild animal portunlty to loan money to successful of Stark. .
birthday Ing a gait. throughoutthe juries a supreme world's largest inn NEK of SW
: %__.__..
0 at Miami. cision. The In mart. business men and manufacturers S 13 C. A. Futch and
state. ruling came an ap Imbued with confidence to enter Jo. ill.trunk .:___.__..... 4. l h
Blk II as extended on En t
upon aggressive business enterprises ...r RfaR Original Town

and endowed with tbe abilityto ot ''HlarlC. In NE% ,,01 A

bring them to successful conclu 8W\ ____---25 1 .II Gulf Refining Co.____ IU." \
Lot .
2aNa% tt of Lot ,

im19 sions. Such for the loans community: mean business growing activity Trubyl15: l l1 o'.I' Addition "' ":c "

I rolls and ,, and the to Starke ___________II. 12 Ray New.om :..__._.., ,'T..'
pay prosperity Lot 1 2. 13 14 of Blk :., 't '. ,
FLORIRAM banker want to' make them boo II, L1vlnllr..l. Truby" :' S,
cause t* to identified with each activities Cu's Addition to IiItark.IS I II J.' n. Moors-------____. 17.11
Lots e, 7 of Blk 18, Liv.Ingeton .
not only means profits to
Truby a Co's 4> w,
him but; additionally, bring him Addition to Starke.U 8 U Mabel, Helen 111.1'.1'....__,, 14.,1*
the reward of community good will. Lore I. 8. 7, 5. I, lOot Blk ',i. ',
There is better'' 81. Livingston, Trilby"
of
no proof the a'
ts ; Co'
w pia y Addition to ____?__ .
great desire of banks to take care of Lot 1. I. I, or Blk I, Llv- '., ,
the short term requirements of the Ingeton I Truby a Co'. a.

:'business world than to point out the Subdivision ____._...1. S 1,1. Annle/VIUlam.. __.__. P7.I5 ,
.
Alt 131k 1, Llvlnltston r '
'
abnormally low rates at which this Truby 'a Co's Subdivl: ... ;"

.3 4 Q e 1.t, air PF. k y 4 demand It being supplied at the IIlon"of .___ ..____1. 0 12, Annie WIhIlam :.____ '.1' }
,
tva"b" $W + >st;;' g r'A9, 'N'j xi lb ? present time.BANK I 5144 51k 4'a Lot, S,4 1 1 t" asp: '" "M"v";,,, '', ,
or
ink 7. "
y Cyr.'x' ]q, Llvln..ton. .<
y'Jy Truby a Cu': r Hub >6J8 xk, :+syj'Y 't fwb> 1.r e' 7' Ck sloe ___..____ '' t '
r ;tt S fsA __-,3s 1 12 Unknown __; :____.._? 4.11
I DEPOSITS WERE .Lot a of Bile 11. Llvln. '.'. '

.ton, Truby" Co'" Sub .
J s %t m +,:, I. division _...__-------at 0 .2 .-Essle. Short .____... 7.06 j jw4
x+e
t.f '. A y W> ot Bile U. Llv'n.'
x &. "a q ., y, s Syr' S INVESTMENTS atop, Truby", Co' Sub.dlrlslon _
% ; a yj'o ,{.,.y ;.?iR.v ,' _______._--___U' 4 12 Ella Mattb.w :.-,;__ U.1I

> They TRA f4A !1 of r Truby a Cu' '1
; High Government Official Subdivision _________ 8 12 Epbram -
,2. Thomas. _;_ L06 S
'blbj1cEaInFl4rid8l .. .
,
-
Investments Ex
Says No Lots I. a of Blk I., Lly. P
Ingeton, ''ruby, a Co's
U. Bond Suffered
opt S. Subdivision _.._?. _,-_u 32 '- 8. K., K.n'__,: ___ U...
?
; ""Irnrl facilities-land, air and water- M Little .* Deposits in Lots I, 4 or 514 ot Blk t6, '

? calnraieak load, 'far heavier than recent years Closed Bank.WASHINGTON. Co'1Avingeton.. Nutdlvl.lon---at Truby; a I 12 'OaClar Den ....:_j,_,__._.. U..

Lot. 2. 4, 11 of Blk I.
'*
faculties J).. C.-No form U.v Ill a. Truby'. Adds- A. Z" Adkln-____ IH.n,
emanded. An of shows ,
j inventory our : of Investment except Government tlOll to Starke--______.2. II .. ..' ., e
bond suffered as little lose as deposits I' Lots 5, 7 ot. Blk iI Davis' ,: -
4
'
Addlf/on
t N- :OADS: Nineteen ,railroads serve the tate, five principal linesreachia6 In closed banks: during the .tark.A:"Trub_, .___.___to 1. S ,21 .- A.'K Adkln.__... '_, _-__, 17.11 4

!to various sections" ; 8200 mile of trackage willun Stitc.S' years 1931, -t3.aa. Jesse H. Jones. Lot. 1 ..3. I.. 7, JO of' Blk 3, ." .,.'. t tUonf
Chairman the Reconstruction
of ,
Btarki s.-Advt.-1/ < 'I" ;
"
y* to 'l6 A. z. AdkloiL"Ba .. .l(_ '.....
m ]inns. Corporation, declared In a :: ,
r I.US LINES Ten but line three of which mile Lobs 6,5 of BIM 93ExN5 '
,4
: 3,183
over '
:
operate recent address."A ft, ;,. J.'Jan.. Addition r ;/ f1 '.:

of pared highway* reaching all principal citiea >-"* point generally overlooked in to tarke -..__._ ,_ --.. 1 II Mre.MrryOWainwrighli n.n ,k 11,
> connection with bank failure to Lots I. 2. 2 4 I. 7. 1 ot / : ,t':. 8tlon
:I. Blk I. Highway Addl- ''' I .
9SIC11WAYS: Ten thousand mile of highway connecting 07 counties; thin period la that upon the whole, to IiJt.rk.____..... S IJ .Mrl.MaryO.Walnwrlghtr;", 31.01
'- depositors la closed bank will get Lot I of Bile 2rHlgbwey. .
6350, mile of pavement on main routing.. -a somewhat larger percentage than Addition to tar......_.. I 12 ."-; QulfRetln/ng'CoC.. : / : : 11.1.

.baa been true la bank failure overa Lists 2, 3,4 I. t. T. I. of .: .' .''\. '"., :a.d. ,
Highway '
.t
Slk I. A4dl. .
e WATERWAYS; 10 navigable rivers; 4 important canal; 30,000 likes period of say twenty-five ,..,.." lion 10 Starke.2t S IJ..:-" Mra: Mery Q.Wainw, f'.h''? ", 11..' '
Mr.' Jones said "Heretofore they Lots 4. 6. I. 7 of'' Bile I, ; '

; i OCEAN COMMERCE: Six principal portay 16 harbor of 20 feet and 'will have gotte 'about 51%. but la "A"m.lI. MaUh.to Mtark.U.... Ac1dltlolll 1 II 'r-'. ,Florence" s ;m..', Canov.'"',; ; :..t, $2.11 rLots

more than 40 teamihip line the ttate. these wholesale bank closingsmy 6. I, 10' of Bile U, "1 .
more depth; ering .
estimate Temple'
Is that they will average Addition to
about lie;{, ot their. deposit" Starke ______....._.___2. 1 II A., H are.II,__...,. 13.16 '
AIRWAYS: Two large air line, one connecting with; 31 foreign Lots I. 7 n' Blk' 16 Tem I'" t
Another point worthy of mention pl.'. AddItion to..tarke.I', 23 C. A. ruterll and; .

-,'. countrie to the south and the other with every section of the I I. that 4 depositor la a closed JO.,81.trunk _....,... ....
C. bask 1 lose only a part of hi* 'deposit Lot. t, to of BIle 24. T.m'' '
: United States 143 airport and 33 landing field pie'. AddItion to skarke.U 7
; emergency while the bank stockholderloses 1 12 Warren. Perkins ?__ $11
e, 0 1 7 a of Blk e, ,. .
1A1.
r all, plus a stock assessment : tl. Aivar.s Addition ,r' 1

'"No'form of to IItar" ________.... .,1. I .2 ,J. Bull.n ,
Investment except J. _______ ....
t.v iopttaleatcapacirjr.
The Floods liaaipCTtsliea plant w i ......... > Government bonds, his suffered as Com 1674 ft m 01 HE Cor > : ", 'I iof
rtroadway a Hoyt '
'. W. sW.saa-power leclsd kyeners little loss a* deposit ha'' closed 5Gt a ru n lob ft, N '
banks, and while appreciate that lull 106 re .8 105
It.B:
caPtal l SYM>BMI V;k> key tf>*wbsk l _.hs.- there I il little consolation 'Ul* .Com U2t4:tt.. E ot NE:: _Cor .. 1 Ii _, ."w..'n'Dau.h.rt. ,__ E.U

fact those who bad their saving of Broadway A Hoyt ,

TbrJ1! F1mid. Ce4taTlitln w a aer I DA les. W. 61.S SC Ibi5g ioMl'.ooud.' .../ak Invested In stocks, bond*," mortgages HI. on. N aid of ,Ilort '. ......, ,; ...
I Bt A run N 105 ft. B d ,
1'aIt.1Io' "ter.profit ap5i2'tia. for real.state. Industrial Investment est, ft, M {OS ft,. W bake ",," ,.t.4 r
e..t ow tale prospaM .Sieuih% ADVERTISING. *, or In businesses of any kind ft (o B.;.*..___......._... 8 la: -, ,W. 2:.",D&.h.r.-i-I ....
the r .motion of Florida welL... asa r r Com 8I8- ft E % ,
Bare bad losses very meek greater of N > Cor '"i r.e"( l "
,A imbed a.ti9..l aJTatirq Ti111 dew' of ,
' CD plt4s.f Broadway A
Hoyt '
s.- "
dove=
re.. sad IB
StodV rr.ehlyehl&Iiy .s LL. a much larger percentage, Ht* on N aide of Hoyt'L ', ..' .'. J"
.
aomcr :emel.mfullyaddyasary. .IWltloedaos.ataiaohniCMdeae.uu..e, than depositor ta closed banks." Me A. run N 108 ft. m "
III%, ft R 101 W .314 r'ft 'I
ft. .. I .;-'v :
.bow Honda aad. .Am U beset '-0 ... 9 fo S.._-_-:_-'-_2* 13 ,.. EI... ": :'.Sl.St "L.':
fiord. >- ,..... ..., .... .. ...... ., J. F1Aal0Al .The first country hydro'efectric'nt ,! i-7-: :,;
to txeepacM i ill 110 pTSgpilye J' was built la Crisp county. Ga. CARL-. JOnN,'Ti'cVlieetoiv;c .fi.1:: >... t p e
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PAGE FOt7It BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPD. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY
_._ -. Al'G1S'l'; !. ,,
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which the latter were, of course, wedding ring

: IKTeFLOBIUAHIGHLIGHTS- .. Ay/rNNmJ.YkPM4N/ victorious.A that she was originally bound to hpr n
.. .. relief of marriage by purchase and master )(
''*_***''lf7in' T.
I\ f ocictrj ia seen In the custom, of giving Now tell aa this to
away the bride and in 'that of ori prospective brideand a PI'eIi

throwing old shoes, the latter being she cares.-Exchange. ark
an ancient( symbol of the trans., .
fer of,, t
property "Ct>)Q.tI. 'WxaIr"'
--- --- g-crop
: ,",'. .\ The bride veil Is itself a sign of I recent year have seasclIt
Miss Mona Alderman Bradford Masonic Lodge resulted III
MON the woman's subjugantlon, and the ant optimism in bu
4uNiJANrIN Australia
;f: Complimented' in JacksonvilleThe Hosts to District MeetingThe -

f following article was clipped ) ,< first meeting of a series 'ot / F102/DA I'YATdh'SmAN'N .

trom Tuesday' Tlme -Unlolt four arranged for the year's .activity ANY OTIIG.e 't

.,... friends and will: be of Interest to Stark* of the Tenth Masonic Dis- SafCT/ON 0I'nt-G ", 1 t"r'I Mrs., Gertrude Godbey Hinlaw Florist

trict, was held here Monday even- t' .' : ,
'. ""Honoring his week-end guests, ing at the Masonic Hall with Brad- COUNT2YA+ ty -: s FLOWERS FOR ALL
I' Miss Mona Alderman, of Starke, \ ,',- OCCASIONS
j;" and Mrs. 8. D.'Hartt of Tallahas ford Lodge No. 35./ it'; .. ..
see Hugh Alderman entertained This meeting was sponsored by ;1'\\ Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers

!' with a delightful party Saturday Starke, Lawtey and Waldo Lodges, Artistic Floral Designs
.l i" evening, In his apartment on 'Oak the No. 1 group of the, district,
L street other lodges composing. the tenth '
We TELEGRAPH
FLOWERS Anywhere
'f "The feature of the evening was district are Raiford, Lake Butler Any Time

the group of piano selections, Brooker, Alacnua, Newberry, Mlc- l&II Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association.
which were played by Miss Aldert anopy, Island Grove, Hawthorne, A Guaranteed and Bonded Service

t, man This talented young! womanis and Gainesville. 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE
No
: a graduate of the Cincinnati The special program 'following 40
Conservatory of Music, and has the opening ceremonies'''was Ian STARKE FLORIDAWhite
,
I k been on the concert stage. For the address of welcome by J.'M.'Mitchell

fl past several years she has been a past Master of Bradford Lodge,
,l teacher of piano In the Florida after which the first section of the I.a I.
State College for Women at Tallahassee i[Master Mason degree was cOllterI -
{ : .- +I red by a team of past masters, House Quaker Maid; -With

y "Her playing Saturday evening the candidates were furnished by Tomato $auee,

A\ was clean and brilliant, evincing ,the Gainesville Lodge EvaporatedMILK
artistic completeness and true mu- | The District Deputy Grand Mas- Pork&Beans
t sicianship. Her numbers Included ter, N. C. Schaeffer of Gainesville,

'4 ;Reflections in the Water', (DeBus- delivered an Inspiring addr ss.

,; ,AayNocturne'in F Sharp Major', Following this meeting a social
(Chopin): 'Intermezzos'', by Bra- period was enjoyed when refreshments t '
,
) hams !I'Melodle, Schumann); a of ice cream and cake was 3 'TALL CANS IITA+I, NIe 6 16-oz

; Chopin 'Etude. ,' and a Chopin 'Ber served by the refreshment committee.
ceuse', .

f "Later in the evening a tempting About one hundred Masons en- cION M. 17c WHEREfC0NOMYRULfS cans 25c

refreshment course was served. Joyed this delightful meeting. 8i200f1'OlgsT .

Ott" '"Those' enjoying this .delightful 8P/NV e
A occasion were Mrs. '8. D Hart, Plain
W. M S. Circle Self
J Miss Mona Alderman, Mrs.. William Meeting: R. ,. OGSIGHG.e. or Rising

y,4 Sweney,Mrs Aurelia Baker, The circles of the Woman's Missionary w,'. or: 71IG YI.eG/N/AS '..
Miss Freda Slauter, Mrs. R. D. Society of the Methodist
Kelly, Mlas Doris Kelly. and Hugh church will meet Monday' after- of ..........., ,HAl"GN IonaFJour

,A,-t"'Ak\4IIl'IJI&D.-\II-,, .,.;\.. ': -. ... noon at four o'clock. Circle No. t'tr,.. ..... ...':.JJL...... ... 'p ..._._....,.. .. ?
One will be entertained by MM. --- -- ; -- .;:;:.;:- .':' ... '
A' ,1VOTICH ,. A.TER'S ."l-R T. J. Griffin and Mrs..Nr-T: 'Rltch.: Nowhere iathur
is the
ountry SPINY 6 lbs.
hereby
Notice Iff given that under ; ; a Floridian JOHN MERCER BROOKE 121bs. 24 lb. 48 lb.
and t>y virtue of thAt certain Finallteeree Circle No. Two will be entertained LOBSTER'found in.such great numbers Chief of Ordnance C. S N. who
*+ designed
of foreclosure made and by Mr,. A W Redgrave t|
rendered on the 28th. day of July ,* as arbandthe; Florida Keys. So popular the armament of the world famous Vir- 25c 45c 89c
these
$1.75
D. 114, by Honorable A. Z. Ad- At meetings the calendar
; ; 'Cin Cfrcult, thw Tw..nty Sixth: money ,will be collected, and-: :all laM it' become'aah a. delicacy nr recent ginia; formerly the MerrimacJ{ 'It :was the
ir
judicial of Florida, In that ,If n-clad Virginia that first demonstrated
4 certain came therein pending, persons who have not already paid fears that the annual Florida catch'oft nf '
i in 1
.. wherein f. M. Taylor ll complainant" their $1.30 for calendar proceeds, i 1862 that heavy guns and armor plate
;Ny and Fronnle Clemmon, Lewi Clem. exceeds 400,000 powds.'with the promise would win over great wooden GRANDMOTHERSFreeh, Plain or Sliced
ships
mon., J. M. Dixon and Kthel Dixon are requested to bring their contribution of ,
are defendants, I, the undersigned a. as this business- matter I < a bright"comlbilrciaj: future; In the' creating a new epoch in naval construction 14 oz. 18 os. 24 OL

J the Special hlche.t Mauler and, will bent cell bidder for cash at the to ,must be closed up without delay. Key West imurketajt knpwnaa.Florid& throughout the world. John Mercer
+ South door of the Court Hou.e In I The proceeds from the' calendar lobster, though is not j1o.bater and(; Brooke was born at Fort Brooke Tampa BREAD 6c 8c lOc
Htarke Bradford County Florida, on will be used for is net closely related'to the New England Bay in 1826. He
Monday the Third day of September :project Improvements was a member of the
,,7 ri> A, D, 134. during the legal hour of at the local parsonage.Take species. x i tint graduating class of the Naval BALLARD'S -Obelisk"-Plain or Self Rising

,, aid ale. final for.the decree purpnva, the following of .aisfying de"vrlbed. _JEew ECrjdia1ilSrflJ( !XaretJ| t Jt 1f' :' I. Acd. my.C. 't 6 Ib. Bag. 13 ,be Bag. 24 Ib. Bar

k Bradford.land it'Jr.I\J'-:: W1Ti In ell at 1 notice o'clock that on undersigned$. "tn''''''--will, FLOUR '33c.62c
,The ,West half of southwest A. D. 1984, at pUbllo au..olJI.fo" $1.17
+ quarter of Northwest quarter of cash at the county courtflftiuaM. atNtarite iIal -Aivarez. ..E. Renfroe Celebrates
(10), TownuMp Seven !! Florida, that morticag* and
1' (W "o'1.e'hA Twenty-Two <21> Indebtednemi. a. app.an'IIy rnfcrtgag '' Birthday' Anniversary
1 .,. Want. containing, SO acre. more or recorded In mortgage book 4 Miss ,r.race' Alvarec, daughterof I F From Other ns MEAL Or GRITS 5lbs5 lie

't, lees.r T>.,.a: KNIGHT;'. on Bradford page County tall of, Florida.record Mr. Maud of Mrs., $. It. Alvarez, .and Joe Saturday, July 28, at the homeof .
.:a 8p/olal Mauler M. Brown. and Mr.. D.a Week Hale were united In marriage Sun- :Mr. and 'Airs. M I*' Johns at _H DIXIE CRYSTAL
d A. S- Crewe solicitor for WlUon a. Admlnlitratrlc of the GRANULATED.
,,9b complainant.. Kntitt of W T. Week, d.ceasedt day morning at the Penny Farms New River, .I large group of relatives HE KNEW MANKINDA

I; a w.ae.a.al S8Dt.ftSliR. 'i Memorial Chapel, In the presence-. gathered celebration: of thefiftyfirst story la told of Benjamin SUGAR\ 5' Ibs. for 25cPure
[of a few Intimate friends.
Franklin that one'winter night
birthday .
. : anniversary of
'
-r- l. r'Mls.rAlvarez 'baB, beeli""a lifelong ,
Mrs. Johns"brother, C. E. Renfroe, while on a journey he came to
resident of Starke and with of Tarpon Springs who with his an Inn and decided to.rest there]
her pleasing personality has made till morning-,Having stabled his
s. JOHNS' family are enjoying; a visit at New Fruit Flavored
'II for herself' a host of friends. For River with relatives horse he entered the taproom onlyto CAMPBELL'S
the past three'years she has been find every available chair
At the hour large table Gelatin Dessert.
noon a
a.valued employee of the Clovei'Farm wound the fireplace occupied by
Store. was arranged under a large tree other guests He proceeded or-
WEEK-END In. the yard and, a bountiful dinner BEANS
1'I' ; I M..; Hale, 'son1 of Mr and Mrs was enjoyed. iA large decorated der his dinner, and then., apparently SPARKLE
1 J. E. Hale of Key West, came to as an afterthought, ordered .
birthday cake on which stood fifty-
Starke three months that a dish of raw oysters be
e .1 about .ago one blue candles surrounded by
6 Cans' 29c
to his horse., '
6 SPECIALS where he was employed by the an arrangement of summer flow- given 4Pkgs. 17c

Miry Starke Baseball Club, and during ers, was placed In the center of Those who heard the strange ,,
his stay here had made a host later and request declared that they did not .
oj f the..{able, whiflfc.was. cut .
.. of friends. i: served by the,honoree. believe a horse would eat raw

Immediately.after:the ceremony During the afternoon Ice cream oysters. Franklin merely shrugged SULTANA-Assorted Flavor*.-COMPOUND

*' RICE, 5 lb.. _________________--- 23c Mr. and Mr.. Hal.leftfor! Key and cold drinks was nerved the his shoulders at their Incredulity, JAM, 2 12-oz. Jars 25c I |
West, where they w111..l'eaJde.it. and replied that his was not an
guests. Those present besides the

1 FLOUR, 24 Ibs. ___-_____________ 85c .r I .. honored, guest .and his ,family, ordinary horse. YUKON CLCB-Regnlar.or Pale Dry ?
NOT1CH OP, APPI irATlOM.., H FORTAXjUiKU. .. ;. were.ViMr.randfiMrs.: F.,G., Spark- The entire group. except Franklin GINGER ALE 3. '12-oz. bottles 20c |
COFFEE Charmer Ib.. .:. J7e., Notice'I I..* herebygiven: tliat Mandy man and family. Mrs. Anna Tharp followed the inn-keeper'to the ,
r _------- Aehfofrt. holder bf-Tax Certificate and ,children of Tarpon Springs, stable to lee the curious pheno- DEL l\IONTE-DeUcloIM
No, 414. dated 7th day of July Bartlett
for. A. D. 1910 l ftae filed Raid certificate Mrs. S. O.' Stephens and daughtersof menon of a.horse eating oysters. PEARS 19c
SOAP{or POWDERS, Octagon, 5 ipc Innmynegl.e' ando ,made 'application Lecanto, Mr and Mra. L. L. Ren Of course, the horse did not eat No. 2/2 can |
for tax deed with to l I.Mb e I"'dlJt.rtlf' .acoordanee froe and, family and Miss Peculia the oysters and. when the grumbling
law !! .e,
w. SUGAR. 5 Ibs. .,,_:._-__________- 25c embrace property altuated the following lnBuulford dexrvlhed Coun' Norman, and Mr and Mrs.. M. L. guest returned to the taproom PINEAPPLE, Sultana, No. 2/ can 19c|

1 : ty, Florida, to-wit: .Cummenolns' at Johns and family. they found Franklin seated '

LARD, 4 Ibs. __..._I_____.____..........- 35c North-weet Ehnlra King.eorner'ofland.: owned by In the most comfortable chair. on 8UNNVFIELD
pnJcaet aklepf railway the hearth t-Melborne Times. BRAN RICE FLAKES,2 15c I
or Pkgs.
Store _
and run East at .tlffnv. Vn-ea| to '
C ; 17c'u 'i railway too Uaet. II** of(Section e.1. Manager 0
i' MILK, 3 for ___,-_:; -.:._-------::- thence North on sold Section line to Away on VacationMrs. OUTDOOR BAD MANNERSThere's PEACHES No. 15c|
lona
Center Street In Temple1 Sub .Dlvlnlon. In the mountain'sruCged Brand. 2/2! can
grandeur
,
thence West Street
on to
u d"TQMA TOES2 No. 2 cans ________ 15c Railway, thence I'.thE: along Rail' Charles Imbach', managerof face, SUNBRITE
way to, b KlnnlnK e Halt of the popular store, Rachel's
North-eaet quarter Except such lot. Shoppe, accompanied by Mr. Im Fantastic patterns never 'shaped CLEANSER 2 1 9c
t URN FLAKES, Kcllogs, 2 for _____15c I or pieces> a*' have"heretofore been by man 1, cans
weeks
deeded Section Twenty-one-Tawn- bach, left Monday for a two
I ehlp South. Rang..B( Kent., Con vacation to be'spent In' Georgia.They Naught but God himself could do
t !, SALMON, 2 for _..______________ 25c taming The a.14..acres.ment more of paid oV lees pro..rtTI f*, will visit in Carrollton'with this wonderoua thing; '

In under the the name cab oLewie certificate Ouyon.l*..ue..l wa. Mrs.Imbach's father, R. L. Bonner, But who,,''oft, who left. that. tomato RAJAH-Supreme Quality

CATSUP,.l -oz. __.-...____________ 15c I Unleee eald certificate ehalh be ..and.will also.-Visit Warm Springs, canT
7 .0' f redeemedaeordlog. to law. tax deed Atlanta an
HAMS: Swift's Picnic, lb. _____',..__ 17c I olJAutiut.VA.will! INIIU.Thereon: : Vj ..*on...the H ,:JlMh.'\ > ,">day- before returning home. I .see the rippling stream. ,cold,
lIat"Dated, t 84th day of July* A, D. 4 Purlnf'1 llifi )fmbac 's' 'absence; clear and .swift, Salad Dressing

BUTTER, lb. __ _____:.,...._,._____:..-5.29C: :,: A.Clork J THO of .i\:"trculV''VA' C:Ii.urt.: Mr charge* <*Jessiwltta of'the store* and Blakely Is assisted la in Leaping rocks and-bounding over crystal ,

Bradford County Florida. by Miss Myrtle .Strickland. I stoop to taste Its nectar'and I'see
k BACON lb.
BREAKFAST 'tUlItIU't '
----- -ci22c: '. Two, bottle top., a. shoe,. an old. Pint Jar 23c
14c Jar
;.SUPER SUDS, 2 for_______-__--. HOWWOMEKCAN Baptist circles Notice .lunch box. Quart

'" The Circles of the Woman' :Missionary Why spend a million years to build
)1 LAYING MASH, __:_______;_-__ $?! ? Union of the Baptist a. world.,

1 WIN MEN Church will meet .Monday. after To mould It, shape it.' give it
; HORSE FEED, _____-_,________$2.ooDAIR .-... : tone and punch' FRESH, FRUIT .AND VEGETABLES
v I .
: Circle Number One will meet., When one poor thoughtless picnicker
f ; Y..FEED _..I.....;_......_-______.. $1.8S!$ : e&D.poU \
AND MENIWIN !at the horn of J\Ira.Or1. Wigginswith
r The whole FRESH 3Y'z
o Mrs Wiggins and Mrs. ,.F.. shebang with what Is CABBAGE, Ib. <
left from
lunch T

J ,A'fe-w.of. the many good prices we are fea. :" Tk Favor ofOuVnr Memle B.. CIrcl.TwowUI Johns as ;c -boete..e.entertained. ,' Author- 'unknown. FRESH TOMATOES pound 1OC
: Valve. deb of lliLt isle. Sew dun.r .- ,
't ring." Come to see us and Ave money.el' = 1NoMill:: ;I- by Mrs. W. B. ,Alexander ,her!I MARRIAGE- CUSTOMS 15c
.... ... 1l":2 home at hree-tKirty o'clock. CARROTS for
_. Ibis_/ 'I. {.a.abw guS Modern brides even though they ,, ,2
ORDERS'FOR skin pt...pK .."II ..M .... .Clrcie"ThreeV/ta meet with Mrs. have the promise to "obey" omit &
h WE' SOLICIT YOUR PHONE PROMPT F.1akln...:- d\l\ =:klrgh 1 Av H. John .at-' bet residence at ted from the marriage ritual nevertheless SQUASH, pound
1y .. lee .. four o'clock., ;
DELIVERY SERVICEIPhone45 w .._..r Jt..ehels. wY submit to ceremonial customs 10e
rasa frea> "... A,good attemJanceJa'jequeited.NOTICE .; which originally signified thewoman' ,RHUBARB pound,
"
w.Nr1
Jut Se.1 eke silta. mineral .
ells L.e gue. villa bra eaadlee : complete subjugation to
: sae 6De.t Yea W >et TM rri- her band. STRINGLESS 12YC
Free Delivery Ypqi_a u..t .... m your vereeaeinoe ;; BEANS, pound
for W TO DEBTORS AIDrXKDITOHA The method of obtaining a wife

; that donia oat the.I er,: vwfi COUP(h 9..i., the. aM decayed Node-.' hereby gives. that all has passed through three distinct COOKING APPLES 21bs2 for 1 15c
....00.. t..wq.we.; a t a.l.a*AI pereon having 1'1.1.' ... .or d.mitnde .t.-c.ptur., purchase and con- .
Only a fiw flow of yojir elle Ida, win against the E.tete. of Rune C. H.l-
t s.R in*tale' e arpnleea n iroor bowel. The b.r..... d."u.... 44 file their claim sent.Originally Iceberg LETTUCE head *
J., .logins, oae mild h..taW. ainUelee which .>ena In the 0,"'. of K. K.. Ferryman. the groom's attend per,
free flow of .
bile ill eh
'. ., Little' IJnr fin TOW*. Hf fmtimft /sans eutor.'*>> ConntjtvJudr.. (la th4, Onurt Hnueeof ants aided him I In capturing his CELERY' ; 12YC<
Itrkdrord
In OWT' Sm. aiUeV i igelable Cnvaty Floridawlthlv 'bride:Later 'Stall
1 "... on, although the brides
'> weulaTartaatack eight' caind.rnonth. from the date ,
four
t :t f 'THEOLD'' ; RELIABLE- earw.g"; *,to.wia faea. seers tafia* of th441rrt'puhltcatM"ot th,. no.tie. .,had'coneented'to'wed, they'lIked lc
t : t-: Liver Pills aeeomUaa to. .. And three IndeMed to the ...< t6 ? BANANAS 4,1bs'farTHE :
tlase toii>. 18* at *ru. MoreaTKefue fate are requtvwe to pa* the name to pretend they were being captWM'edt : .-- .. -
".. ood- ftn It the under.lio d sdmtnletrator.EMXlA and they and their bridesmaids -
k. fjSERVICE! MY MOTTO FOR OVER THIRTY-FIVE YEARS may ffnpe Mown !..t.at.-: : .raid re.tea.Ask ):: 11 HBIBKRUKR! 1 1rORDAflY :
for Carter'e Little Liver PHI.k>aameanj I' B., HEtBBBGER t fought a. mock battle with the GREAT ATLANTIC;; & PACIFIC TEA C03IP-5]
set wlHMlwa. aek too O> M>&: K.c.. Administrators. T-"te-lt| groom and his groomsmen
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.rR.ID\Y. AUGUST'S, 1PS4 BRADFORD COUNTY WCLEtJRAm. STARKE. FLO'nIDA' ...... PAGE FlVIII
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POLITICAL BEE"
......- 1>lr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. Mrs ''HUMAN SKULX,. AND .=alo.ol: "ways that are dark and BEGINS TO BUZZ
I Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs. C C. Hoppe NAT SEZ: L1Je [ ] CANNON BALL RECALL ,t kks that are vain" (whose Ident. _. '

I and son, Jimmy of Tampa, and J..OCALlON: (; AGQ f.was knownx:>nly to the writer), .(Continued From Page One)
:
Mr. and 'Yrs: .0: L. Beaaley ar .' '
Bits of In hot weather like this it is I' \2t"een' ,helping} *,to:build a tram- a, leading/ flute in the state relief
spending two weeks at the. Biggs (Continued From Page One) }( .
cottage at KlngiJey Wee; harder for me to sit down at I leafer4lng vcasopik. ,reports, wer* .road' ,tor a,niJffzXS:, but o leaving 1 programt, Hails generally\ consid- ;r

,: >1 '.', the old typewriter', 'and' write[heard, blinding flashes lit up'the' *\.Compelled W accept; as part ered Hh' most'*substantial of all t

ca1'Nevb' I Mr. and Mre! C.U Stockwell It thj)\witle ad. swamp a tree 'crashed down and payment a,carpet bag ,full,of dynamite Sholtz appointments! The name of
I seems to me of and and fuse. His greatest de-
showera rotten wood mud
and daughters?. Mary Lorraine and that the odd 'flea., another close Sholtz affiliate was
returned from dirty water fell fast and light being that of frightening negroes -
Kathleen
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND a three weeks visit Sunday In Randolph brain wont workas The now frantic mules br irlOulJ. he used, nightly, to blow also in the hat., It was Jim Newell '

Vermont, with Mr. Stockwell's good whenthe'temperarU..e of the orfal and ran. thel ; out stumps near the old Hamptonroad of Fort Pierce, the governor's fiery
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN parents. clothed with', thunder, braying and where It crossed the Alligator secretary

I II gets too higb 3 kicking toward the supposed can swamp. The negroes' soon gave Because he has been shaking "
All 1, can think non emplacement, and spread hay the place a wide berth, arid he had I
Mr. and Mrs' W. M. Wlmberly with thousands of Florldians
I ; y of on'day like 8ODII' the startled PTIger-, to move ,to' greener pastures.. .He hands ,
and daughter, Freddy, and Mr. and this Is, for two at the' state exhibitat
year
a.-- a swim, cats." This was war in earnest...v. loaded a. few slumps in the territory
Louise and Fenella Snyder Miss Frances Hemingway, has Nelson Green and children World's Earl
Misses Mrs. at Klngsley., .an mentioned "on the Chicago fair
a surprise attack by the wily ene-> spec to use
spent Monday In Jacksonville. been enjoying a several days visit spent Thursday afternoon la Highland Ice cream cone : W Brown, former DeLand mayor;
when suitable occasion arrived
| in lLI: my. But "theirs not to do and die" a ;
Kustla with,
her' : uncle and aunt with Mrs. H. C. Wimberly or a. glass of Jifst then--another time would and thus he brought about a mod;: Is 'seen as a sturdy rival. Often
of Lawtey, was My. and Mrs. D. C. Lennon. and family. that mentioned in the rural sections of
DraWns1 stuff that's
.
)frS. C. serve as well:. -and.the Starke ern edition of "The Battle of the
,visitor here Saturday.: manager .' got ,a lot :'of foam on top. army retre"ted"1'Q) ", as. good t orderas Spurs t the state Is Fred P., Cone;, Lake,

W. H. Hart of the '"MI'aDd.Mr: ... E..,M<',Hut to of 7:.would like to mention the fact the broke n ground would allow. "> MM-MMWMIMMHaSMI- MMMM WSLASH City banker.Matter P'
George Balsden, 'spent t Saturday local Hart Furniture Store, has returned West Palm Beach and Mrs Jua- that 'our Stock Reducing\ Sale Is While the/bays were right ,in the PINE IS GOOD Ko_ ;
Jacksonville, from a several days visitIs ulta Calloway Columbia' South' still going on11!and If you haven't middle et\a nasty slough, ahother FOR NEWSPRINT USE Senator Walter ..Wt Rose of Orlando '

to New York City. Carolina, were guests last Fridayof been to It..yet; you still have time .deafenjnc( ',cannon report, for a Is alwaysconeldaed a man ;

of Theressa, Mr.. and Mrs., L S.. Huttq and to get In on' a few of the .]I garrlsoiv.fiaish; ,. nearly bursted (Continued From Page One) who would make a good governor sHe
Hagan
Miss visitor Ida to Starke Monday. Mrs. B. L. J. Green of Gainesville family. bargains, which I atrt-otferinar.. 'their'eardrums, and a few seconds Rica and fire control methods were is expected to have wide Influence l''

was., a spent Tuesday at Kingsley later a Dig slab of wood tell right adopted! there would be more pine in the next legislative ses

W. A. Brown of Brooker Lake with Mrs. W. B. Uundy Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Bryant $. Carrol) Men's' among them" spattering muddy treeavailable for pulpwood than sion.The
I I Mrs. visitor'here Tuesday. and Mrs. Thelma,Steele. of Jacksonville, spent the week-end ; \JSrH; ; I R' T S water all ovar their uniforms and when, the operation started," the field In still wide, open and
was a All ,Florida Committee said. the next survey of the hats undoubtedly
with Mrs. C troU's; mother, Mrs. paused the last musket to be dropped -
and Mrs. C. F. Litchfield of Miss Mildred Hundley of the F. H. Long and family who are 49c88c: J' \ ,. ,to. facilitate their flight torardd Only ten to twenty years are required will bring forth new and 4 '
Mr. were visitors here Monday State Farm, spent the week-end at spending several weeks at the Peek .Ffanee'I': > 'v
Brooker. Kingsley Lake the guest of Miss Place at Kingsley Lake.' '' '\Vhat,(.reaction this sanguinary compared with thirty to fifty Florida voter the election seems w
/ Dorothy UNDERWEARWASH the for burst far off;but In this superschargedair
Sapp. ,pilode..bad upon chief before years spruce. The

Mr.; and :Mrs. Fred ...Moore of Living room suit* attractively .", ., ,\,.. -:. 1t'\ooUd\ gather up his (wits, wasseyeU1ly strength of pine paper is ten to of is politics around apparently the the balloting
I Miss Mae; Johns of Raiford Js J3' twelve to nch just corner
j lawtey, were visitors here Thursday priced at' Denmark's Furniture ; c .revealed. HenprqbablyMamedChlmself pounds the square
I afternoon. the guest this week of her brother- Store. \ : for not htvleg an as compared with six to ten poundsfor

in-law and sister,* Mr. and Mrs.P. :Men's Intelligence department organized standard paper The large

Edna and Carrie,jKutto .:,S. Denmark.Mr. that'o< Uld have warned him of the alpha cellulose content of'young tes
TROUSERS
.
Misses children
Mrs. K. B. Norman
anad -NOTICE'-
H. V. Saxon of, Hampton presence! of the enemy; also for notipaying'fUrnished pine also opens up posslvllltles in
with in Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon had as of Jacksonville, who are enjoyinga 88c ; the boys with ball the manufacture of rayon lacquersand \
[ spent Friday, several weeks stay at their cot- $1.39 1 To Old'and' New'Customers
their guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs. 4 rid g'eXi.,'Alas; unpreparedness celluloid.
and 1>11'1I.4 E. Mosley of Arthur Rlgdon of Jacksonville, and tage on Crystal Lake spent Wed- LAST' CHANCE- 1 arJw'W"i interfered with American *
; were visitors here Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Tampa. nesday In Starke with her mother military matters. His brave little SAM" 18 VISITOR :
state Farm \
the Saturday afternoon.Mrs Mrs. Annie Richard. A $5 Table Lamp band could not be expected to fight I TJry Sapp, tax collector for ,Un-

Coming Soon George Romanoff, for' only the ,entire Mexican army, horse ion county, was a visitor at the 1IEETIE'! AT THE U
.I-Hogan Smith of Sampson World's Champion Middleweight. Mr. and Mrs. A., F Philips, of foot, and artillery, and he would court house here Tuesday after- I
visitor here Tuesday after- The original Tarzan, the Ape Man. Tallahassee, were here last Thursday 69c probably have'commanded the bug- I noon. Mr. Sapp has filled this Im- I K & M SERVICE STATION 1'
a
was visiting friends and were ac- \\lth a $5 Purchase, ler to blow a signal..,for retreat portant office In his home county

noon. Mrs. G. H.. Bennett and son, companied home by Mrs. Emily One HackLADIES' )l\84 1 '" tItA; ecfSsary., ; } I for a number of years. He was I DAVE SILCOX

Mrs G. W. Brown of Lawtey Stanley ,have returned from a: Philips of Lakeland, who spent But'"bow come" the cannonade 7 elected last time without oppo- ., .. .

was a visitor here Wednesday af- .months visit in Macon Ga, with three weeks here, with friends. .' SHOES U-wut.ht.'w.y.. A certaU young :sition. I I .... .... ... !r
s
relatives. -
I ternoon. Value! to,$300
Mr. and llrsi'H.: L.' Barker and

Lenthall Wyman. of the U. S. Mrs. J. A. Martinez and son, daughter Miss Virginia of West $1.39ITrAySTO'fcUY,

Forestry< Office at Lake City, wasa J. A. Jr., of Tampa are guests of Palm Beacon spent, the weekendat : .
visitor here Wednesday. her parents, Mr.* and Mrs. A.; W. ,Klngsley: Lake with Mrs.. Bark- J. ? ( AT TIP I TOP Domino Cane

Redgrave.Mrs. er's uncle pfd,aunt. State's Attorney : :

State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. and Mrs,,A. S.,Crews., STERNBERG'SStarke.
j Crews were visitors to Jackson- W, A. Scott' left yesterday .' n .
(Thursday) for a visit In DeLand Florida SUGAR
| vllle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee enroute 'J. t
with her sister.Mrs. ,Walter Glat- to*their home in Lake Worth aftera *
Mr.:; and Mrs. PM. Barefoot( arid1 GROCERY
Lewis Hamilton Theresas: ,was zau. visit In Georgia and North Carolina "

attending to business here,Wednesday spent Wednesday and Thursday daughters ''Juat'altaf'8.nd'rsg fa.; f jfjt; ?; 5 lbs
Mr. and Mrs. O. J Grlffla were "
Lake with Mr. "Grand'Rapids? SC.llllt
afternoon. at Kingsley Wednesday for
afternoon Friday & Saturday August 3rd and 4th .
in Lake Butler Monday Lee's aunt; Mrs. E.' S. Matthews Michigan where will visit x
they
Mrs Julia H. Eastman: : of Lake attending the funeral of' Jesse. and family. ; STARKE. FLORIDA \.""f""
Mrs. Barefoofs sister, Mrs. Fran-
Johnson >
Butler, was a visitor ,here Mon- ,. .
-
ces Parker and family. Mr. Barefoot '
day Coming Soon George Romanoff SNOW WHEAT OR SNOWDRIFT
Miss Mabel'. and Pearl Red- Worlds Is.on a two weeks vacationand

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas of dish and Mrs. 'B.. W.week-end Curry, of In The original Champion Tarxan,Middleweight.the,Ape Man. will return' home' about August 6 Lbs' 12 Lbs' 24 Lbs'
the
I Rrooker! were visitors. here Saturday Jacksonville spent ,
Starke with Mr. and:lira. L J. Red 15, I while Mrs.. 'Barefoot and
| Dr. and Mrs W. B. Parks have Fw LOUR
dish.. daughters win ,remain over until
as their'gue.ts this week at their 25c47c89cBEST
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and residence on Walnut Street, Mr. about September!'{)I.
Mr. and :Mrs Charles Sheppardand ,
daughter Gloria were visitors to and :Mrs Sidney Parks and son,
I baby, of HUllard have been will Satwday.tor" ..
Jacksonville saturday.?, h.: I Stanley -Miss Bonnie Lou Parks, Miss Eva Rlgdon leave '
recent guests f'Mr.-an'd MraT C. Jacksonville-
( where she
Miss Amy Butler and :Miss Kath-
Mrs. Nathan Prevatt and Mrs. A. Knight at their Klngsley Lake erlne Gastley; all of Atlanta Ga. will ;Join Mr. and Mrs.. J. L. Corbett "
10. EX Stansbury spent Saturday cottage. of Tampa, who \will go to WilmIngton : WHITE. PUBS CANTOS

| In Jack onv1De. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and son, North Carolina for a visit
Bacon lb. 13c Lard ,3 lb. 25c Coffee lb. 17c
Mrs O. J. Griffin her of soninlawand St. Augustine Jimmy of Jacksonville spent Monday with Mr. Corbett's parents, Mr. , ;
is 'visiting and Mrs. W. H.' and In
Mr. and Mrs. P. 1>1. Barefoot and ''here with Mrs.' Smith's parents Corbett
I daughter Sara;'. spent Sunday In daughter. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. ,'Mr, and Mrs. H. Brownlee, Raleigh they will] visit Mr. and Mrs. 1 KELLOOaS EARLY JUNE Q'
I Brooker visiting Mr., and Mrs R. Biggs at their' residence on Walnut. Little Jimmy remained over for, Earle Beasleyy While in Raleigh WHOLE GRAINRice .

|T, Osleen. street. a several weeks'visit with hisgrandparenta. Miss Rlgdon will also visit Misses Corn Flakes2Pkgs.
Mildred and Katie Ann Johnson. Peas
Mr and Mrs. 3.i-3 Canova and Mrs. Clyde Crews and little i rte

lion, John Julian,1 f Gainesville daughter of ,Raiford, were In Mrs. W. E. :MIddleton returned I MIlS. DANIEL E LYNN 5 Ib. 23c 15c

(spent Sunday here with Mr.' Can- Starke Friday afternoon visitingMrs. Monday Jtrom a trip to Brunswick Mrs. Daniel E.'Lynn died at hers; No. 2-Can 1 lOc .

I ova's mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. Crews', sister, ,.Mrs.lW; H. Ga.'' Mrs :MIddleton was accompanied I home near Broofcer' ''Monday July :

Andrews.Mr. home by Mr., and Mrs 23, after. an Illness 'of' several ,

Miss Cerlle Mae Reynolds, of and Mrs. Tate Denmark, are Lloyd Abbott and two ,children years'duration. Black rriea, No. 2 Can ....t2c SUGAR CORN, No. 2 Can lOc '
Wildwood baa been the guest for who after a short visit here returned Mrs. Lynn was eighty-five years
several days of Miss Myrtle Red- announcing the arrival of a daughter to their home In Tampa. old and was born.and ,reared In .a
dII 1. ,. Shirley Ann, on Tuesday. July Bradford county., ,''She was a member I It .oVNCE :; y.? 4 TENDER GREEN': nCreamedTuna

24, at their home'on East. Madison When you need headache' powdercall of'the Seventh. .Day"Adventlst I .. _.. AsparaguaTipa Can 12Zc'',
Mrs. street. r ',1'' "''"* ,...__ ,
J. E. Flynn and Miss Letha for REX-LEX, the best. Two church ,

Fatten of Euatia, spent the week -- doses five cents Funeral", services waS held at Old '
,
(end in Starke with their brother of Rev.Lake and Butler Mrs., E.were A. McDowell In Starke Bradford .Cemetery near Brookeron Fresh Fruits ands I SuperS fc

G L. Patten. Friday visiting their soninlawand Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle had as Tuesday afternoon, July,.24. at Vegetables
and Mrs. O. J. recent guests, Mr.: and Mrs. R. L. tour o'clock, with the Rev. C. 'B.. -
New refrigerators for the hot daughter, Mr. Dial and son, Roy Jr., of Albany, Stepenson, officiating. Interment SPkgs. 25c

I Heather, at DeIInJa '* Furniture Grlffis. Ga., Mrs.. J, S. AdaIr, Wilson and was made hi the family plot iI iIPOTATOES'
IJ.COBBLEB, ,
Store. I Mrs Jessie Mae Rachel Adair Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Besides her husband, she is survived '
I W. W. and Adalr and son, Richard of West by two daughters, Mrs. Margaret ;
Patricia Lamb, ;
Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence, left Blakely Miss Palm Beach. Utchfleld of Gainesville andMrs. 10 Pounds I5c
Lois Edwards, spent SundayIn t
Thursday for Cam- Miss '
her home in Elmo Stephenson of Brooker SoapAr
with Mr. and Mrs. der'
,,
bridge, Mass., after a three months Lake City Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and who had nursed her during her ow .

visit here with her mother, Mrs.fella Johnny Balsden. daughter.. Miss Dorothy Mr. and 'lengthy Illness; ,two sons, Bevllle Large Hard Lettuce each lOc *
_,,________
; .
Chase, at her home on Madison to Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.,with Mrs. and Zub Lynn of Gainesville;'one \ '
street. Speed Rlckenbacker Harvey was'eonflned Hospital ,over F. A..'Moore and Mrs. Thelma sister, Mrs, Fannie Burton, 90, who 5 for1)n. lOco
the
Steele and children of Gainesville had.mad her home with her for LARGE lOc '
the week-end, convalescing from a CELERY'C'ach _--___ ___ ;
Satur- are enjoying a two weeks outingat the past' ,,ten years; and several UUBV. KED. p
CENT A WORD tonsil operation performed the Klckliter cottage at Kingsley grand and great grand cJJlJdna.DITZ'THEATRE. 'M&D'IT"-i I

day. Lake.-; LARGE; LEMONS; Doz. _________19c Salmon __


_ COLUMNLOST Rev., and Mrs.have J. W.been Austin guests ofBowlin& Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 4 lbs. 15c
Green,
family moved out to Klngsley Lake .. __ TaD Can ISC P
and
pairof horn)rimmed this week ,of their son-in-law i thi week for a months stay at

I spectacles return, to W.in J case._ Epperson.Finder please It Montgomery.Mrs.daughter Rev.. and Mrs. .B! M. at the the Weeks'Lake place., Mr. Brownlee's During their mother stay- 8TAKKJCI PLOBTOA I I VANILLA WAFERS. '1"Ib. _____,,.__ioc Alto SLICED 'III

TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, carbon r Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. who resides Program Beginning Au.-t'l'd. I PINEAPPLE

it paper the Telegraph and second office.sheets Phone on sale 29.U vile turned, after. to Gertrude a her visit_home at Conner Klngsley in Jackson-has Lake re- and daughter-in-law.with them, will Mrs visit and her Mrs.son FRIDAY, 'AUGUST trd. II I I Sweet: Spanish ONIONS,}Ib., _....__-:--____Sc |'No., 2 Can ::.:.:!: 5cLIMESFullJuiceDO ,


_ with State's. Attorney and .Mrs. H. L. Brownlee., -, 'The, Witching Hour' I ;: JL...___.-___5c, | 'GOOD ,BROOM ,

FOR RENT-Six-room bOWIe A. 8., Crews.Mrs. Miss Mary Brownlee, Miss Bun- Sir Gay Standing. John HaWdayJodttfc I Each 35c ,
modern conveniences.' splendid children nU Canova..Miss Mona Aldermanand Allen', Ton BrowsSATURDAY > :t. i'U, uu, 'oe --'---- : :,
3. L. 'Briggs'and
condition. Large grimy lawn. Ga- Mrs. R. S. P+Fernande are expected
"g*. Also lower floor apartment. and Mrs. Leroy Roane and several son, of home today from Tallahassee ,AVGUST 4th. ,,,:'RR ; .

-Mr,. s. P, Hamrick, S. Walnut Jacksonville,are spending at where they motored yesterday Pond I 25cSALT,3.for4lAc. if i
"
Street at the More cottage "Speed Wings"Tim
It. days to attend the graduation exercises I '.' f ,Matchea,3 for_lOc"
- Klngsley Lake. for Women ... "
FOR at the State College M C0y, Claire Trover r

oo ground RENT floor.-Prefer Furnished two gentleroomers. room- Misses Lucille and Peggy Kennedy Miss, Alice Mrs, being Fernandess one of daughter the graduates SUN. MON.AUG. 5 Uk I ;!ti t Market "'i Fancy Western Meats w .

men : Mrs. H. ,H, ,Young.HP. have'returned, to their home *'< op :
> M Q
_ In Baxleyi; Ga.; after a two weeks Of, Humasln'BIdageLeslie '. + !
,
visit here with Mrf and Mrs. W. '
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typewriter Nothing better than homemade Howard Frsiicei Dew : -f II\\ 4'X..Y- '

ribbons! adding machine ribbons H. Hart Ice cream In aiiiissmiUme*' Get Kay Johnson Reginald, DsaayTUES. Brick c1II.' _......___...._25c Breakfast Bacon, Ib. __._:22c

"earbon adding paper typewriter paper, Save steps with a new kitchen your freewr.at Denmark's Furniture WTO::'AU FRANKS
Keels machine paper, second cabinet.; at Denmark's, Furniture store. I ,- ; ____ .17c lb. -____17c "
on sale at, the Bradford Flnlshuig..School.Frances 1",

County Telegraph office. Phone Store. O. C. Livingston and daughter ;des; ; Blllla"Burke : 29cPORK CHOPS Ib.- ______20cFre
,
29 I
-.- 'tr. 'Mrs. Nat TurnbuU has 'returned )lrs. Frank Carter were In Stark t ', Leg-o-Lamb, Ib.,,j.. ._ ...:. Wti ,
la Brae Cabot
Monday enroute to their,home, Ginger Roger
CALLING r' RDS. any rise to her home In Daytona: Beach, Tampa, after a short visit, In -- h'' Hamburger,' lb. __ _ISc ,M.

11.00 for 80; $' *n fort 100. Monogrammed after a two weeks visit at Kings- 'Asheville North Carolina, where THUBS. FILL. AUG. 9 lOtb. CHUCK' STEAK, Ib. 1..._::16c, t

Snot gtatly, 100 aheata ley Lake 8ternberg-2UJ the guest of Mr* and Mrs. they accompanied Mrs. ';?;The .LtfelofVergie : ... ,;a, Smoked: Sausage;:.Ib. ?, i' _18c ; ,
100 envelope $2.7 gi? Bradford Nat, >P Livingston,who spend several SWISS ,CHEESE ,1'-I -

LAST-Pair County Telegraph'rril, ;Phonea*-_*'. I* .tf.-- Mrs<: Rpjr'Pearsall| Ba/trpv of FayettvtD and Mr*. weeks accompanied ti the mountain.to vTamp They by, were lira, ,' ,Winters".,. 4'Ann y "' --, L.1 I) PEGS J ;T4ILS,16! : :-........___ ot"' '
Winton
wtu.
"tles rimmed spec- several days Hulda Corpenlmg.,wb -will enjoya Bologna> } lb. .41Iz 15c STEAKS '
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on or ae rmer of S. Cher-: H. Care enjoying a ,% ltsrdbj'S : w, ANY
visit there with ) r. :
DuBois several days
rr and Can street,. Finder please visit, here with Mrs. R. C. .

mare to office of Telegraph. ltp at her.home near Starke.., and Mrs..Carter. i ..


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Emergency Feed Johnson, and two sisters, Mrs. Lake Butler lads rode to victoryto ====
Elizabeth Groover and Mrs. Laura be climaxed by a long drive In And the Worst is Yet to Come-
Crops Should Be Hornsby, all of Jacksonville. the last inning of the ninth, by;
White that sent the third run over
FARMERS SECTION Planted at Once SIRS AMANDA CARROLL home plate,"
Funeral services!\ were conducted -
GAINESVILLE, FLA.-About at the Elzy Chappel cemetery MRS. WARD HONORED ; j
Yi Conducted by Demonstration Agents another week remains for the Monday at 10 o'clock, by the Rev. One of the most Interesting social io "
planting of cowpeaa as an emer- C. C. Butler, Christian church pas- affairs recently was a mis-
gency feed or hay crop in Florida, tor, for Mrs. Amanda Camilla Car cellaneous shower given by Mrs.
and there is still time for ,plantIng roll who died "-tjier home near W. A.. Dekle, honoring Mrs. Lea-
m : such crops as Sudan grass and here early Sunday after a linger mon Ward, a June bride, at the i1118pttL
I cattail millet for grazing, says W. ing illness. Mrs. Carroll:: is the wife Woman's Club Wednesday after-
RURAL Marketing Head E. Stokes, agronomist at the of John Carroll,,'prominent farmer noon.
Discusses Problems Florida:! Experiment Station. of this vicinity:She is survivedby Prior to her marriage to lea- C

COMMON SENSE Extended drouth over the Mid- three sons, James Carroll, Lees- mon Ward, she will be remembered ,.
Of State Farmers West has cut seriously into the na- burg, S. B. and tt>, J. Carroll of as the charming daughter of ojeee
Bjr SPUDS JOHNSON tion's feed supply, a survey by the Lake Butler, and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy of this
L. M. Rhodes, head of the State U. S. Department of Agricultureshows. Mrs Lamar Butler, Starke and ej
; city
:Marketing Bureau, recently addres- Pastures have never been so Miss Elva Carroll Lake Butler.
LACKING BOOKS DELAY
i sed a growers' association in South poor In 50 years in the drouth Besides her she is also -
husband
FEDERAL FUNDS UNDER
r t f'.. REDUCTION CONTRACTS For Florida Agriculture", discussing' in the Florida."New Part Deal be states at,least and the twenty 1934 percent hay crop below will I half survived brothers by four, one brothers sister ,and and four two UNION COUNTY ELECTS'DEMOCRATIO COMMITTEEAt (1 L :i it'
"
of Mr. Rhodes address
,
I; as reportedby normal, the smallest crop in forty half sisters. a meeting at the court house
In the days when the farmer the Lake Wales Highlander, follows years, along with a shortage of: I I here July 19, when the Union "
4 of the South transacted business : other feed crops. Florida usually mCIIARD-MooRE County Democratic Committee met 000 '
with supply merchant on the basis ''1 do not fully agree with some I imports hay, and according to the The marriage Miss Doris the following members were elected -

of annual settlements, the state of our present day economics that present outlook farmers may ex- Moore to David Richard was sol- and re-elected to serve during .
ments, the statements renderedonce the way to make agriculture prosperous pect a shortage., ominlzed last Saturday at the Me- the ensuing year: W. O. Brooks
a year frequently were regarded Is to produce less, destroy J. E. was re-elected as chairman to
Florida farmers are thus advisedby thodist parsonage here, Rev. IN
as Inaccurate. Complaints products already on hand, curtailing Mr. Stokes to do everything McKinley officiating. Mrs. Richard serve and P. K.. Knabb was elected
often were made as to claimed ov food supply and thereby decreasing is Mr. and I as secretary who replaced Jack
the of
possible to grow and save adequate daughter 0 0
0
consumption In a world Raiford and is Farley, former secretary who was 0 0 0
alleged feeds for their livestock. Not only Mrs. S. H. Moore, ,
where at least two-thirds of its Mr. Knabb both of
should they plant emergency crops a graduate of the Union county replaced by I
Pe' crediting payments on account 1,800,000,000 population or 1,200.- now If their feed supply looks high school, and for.the past three Raiford then. Mr. Farney Is now I
R Discussions of the subject freely) 000.000 of whom live all the timeon short, but they will do well to iTears has been 'a.member of the residing In Bradford county.wr II
,were indulged in a community the barest subsistence levels and .
make plans for planting adequate school, faculty in.jtbe county. -
meeting even In America fully one-third of ..
amounts of winter grazing crops The bridegroom' the son of PERSONALSMr.
b '.....0n one such occasion an aged the people cannot obtain the necessities like oats and rye. Mrs, Lillie Richard here, and a and Mrs. E. P. Wolf and little ..
planter whose wise council! was considered essential to minImum popular young business man. Aftera daughter, Katherine, are guests
.
i earnestly sought for whenever!\' Important standards of living. With Mr. Stokes further recommends weeks visit with friends and relatives of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
I matters! cam. Up' In the conditions of this kind, talk of overproduction that farmers'give their permanent in Daytona Beach they are F. Morrie. They will return to
vicinity, spoke up in defense of the seems absurd. pastures the best of attention by, making their home here. their home in Thomasvllle, Ga.,
"If Blank hasp "Yet efforts to mowing the weed, planting more
absent dealer. John during these In the near future.
where It rIM9 I +o/--- _
been taking advantage of us in his bring about industrial and agricultural grass is needed and fertilizing RAMBLERS DEFEAT Mrs. D. T McGlll and childrenand
U bookkeeping, in so far a* the fact recovery, we should put aside to Increase the yield of OLUSTEE CCC '.2 Miss Lucile Rlher have returned -
effects me, I consider It my fault selfish interests, trade prejudices, grass that Is there. These recommendations after an extensive visit vow that fishing is still good and 12:00: o'clock noon and from 2:00:

5 that dishonest practice has taken and cooperate in the spirit of fair are based on extensive The Lake Butler Ramblers, entries with friends and relatives in vari- that a hi fellow never gets disap- o'clock p. m., until 5:00: o'clock p.
place" the old gentleman assert play, helpfulness, and patriotism, observations pasture experiments as wells in 'the Suwannee River baseball ous parts of Kentucky. pointed around. attending any lake close m. The books will be opened In

P ed. I and if the experiment proves bene- ful pastures over on the many state.success league broke a jinx that had Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mills spent the various precincts from Monday,
Asked to explain his remarks bya ficial, be willing to recast our As to the that followed them for the past three the week-end at Daytona Beach September 3, 1934, until Saturday,
friend who had been somewhat whole economic, Industrial and agricultural be planted now cowpeas for might games; of the last half of the as the guests of relatives and REGISTRATION NOTICEThe October 13. from 9:00: o'clock a. m.,
he
hay, recom-
r' disturbed by them, the speaker system in the Interest of mends the Iron and Brabham eague's season, and whipped a friends. She has been the guest of registration books of Bradford until 12:00 o'clock noon and from
{ went on to say "I keep no records general welfare and prosperity, for itles. va- strong CCC camp outfit on the her mother, Mrs. Mary E. Johnson County will be open at the 2: o'clock p. m., until 7:00: o'clock
a, against which I can check Blank's conditions are changing and business --. Sprinkle Field Sunday afternoonto for some time, and was joined office of the. supervisor of registration p..' m. No person will be allowedto
statements, errors or false entries methods and requirementsmay SEED DISINFECTION a merry\ tune ,of 3-2. by Mr. Mills, who motored from each Monday, Wednesday, register at any other time than
i therefore are Impossible to detect, have to change with them. WILL PREVENT SEED- I Behind the strong pitching of their home in Waycross, Ga. Friday and Saturday from the first during the period herein providedfor
In any dependable way. So long as "There is a question In my mind BORNE DISEASES Arthur Hardee, youthful fireball The courthouse officials, namelyS. Monday In August, 1934, until Saturday the opening of said books for
I go ahead In this careless fashion, as to the wisdom of decreasing moundsman, who let the visitors T.' Dowling, clerk, Ury Sapp, 1 October 13, 1934, for the registration of electors.H. .
I have no right to condemn John." production, destroying surpluses, GAINESVILLE, FLA.-Dlsln- down seven times in strikeouts collector, J. D. Knight, assessor, I registration of electors for the general C. WALL,
Records consistently have beena hereby making food artificially fecting truck crop seed just before and limited them to a lone hit, I spent last Thursday afternoon on election in November, office Supervisor of Registration
major lack on a large percentage high in price; thereby decreasing they are planted will prevent many a two base bagger' by Moroles, the the open lakes fishing. All of them I hours! from 9:00: o'clock a. m., until 832t810.
of farms in Florida and elsewhere. consumption to a minimum and seed-borne diseases from developing -
Absence of a simple but adequate forcing millions of consumers.to.. a on the seedlings, according to -

system of keeping books has cost low scale of living or to buy necessities Dr. O. F. Weber, plant pathologistat ..,.
folks a great deal. That one is In foreign markets. the Florida Experiment Station.
kept on so few places has beena Better Salesmanship Wiser The best disinfectant to use Is a1,000.
prolific source of delay In the "It might be better to have adequate solution of corrosive sub-
handling .of corn-hog and other production on an economic limate. Simply tie the seed loosely
d output>> reduction- contracts basis, with Increased activity, education In thin cloth bags, and soak them
st t Red tape In the government Is ., advertising and;salesmanship Iii the solution: He suggested fifteen -'
I a .blamed for more than It deserves, properly distributed to' a conuming minutes treatment for cabbage Legal BlanksWe
although In a degree it may have public with normal buying cauliflower, kohl-rabl, mus-
t caused the trouble. A much more power, using a maximum amount tard, rutabagas, and turnips,
prolific source has been the guesswork of food, creating a regular marketat gourds, and watermelons; and
: that had to be relied upon a fair price, from consumers eight minutes for' tomatoes, peppers -
instead of record figures as to past that are able to buy. The fact thatIt and eggplants. While the .
production and related factors. takes $2 to carry $1 worth of seed are being treated they shouldbe '
4 Discrepancies have been evident food from the field of productionto stirred occasionally Old newspapers ,.. : ,Carry the, Following in Stock: :
serious. In the table of consumption' suggests make a safe convenient :
that were highly some
4 places, the aggregate 'of the figures that some Improvements place on which to dry them. When .,/1 ; .
as turned In fsr'exceeds the light'' be made In the ,processing, dry they are ready to plant. Such }Y ,
goaxlinum\ possible under current' Istributlng, and marketing diseases as angular leaf spot anth- 9 rp Warranty Deeds
"The AAA made the Florida citrus acnose. blackrot. and bacterial ,
conditions In
a given
(ft-fitment, I
irk crop as well as crops in other bUster are prevented by the treat
4,11ip4 eI production.
; citrus sections In' the United ment.
t Bills of Sale ,
''v Adju.tfple4Inuet be made, in .
'
States and Puerto Rico subject tots Corrosive sublimate Is a deadly :
consequence. Th** take time and. regulations. This Industry in poison, and should be handled acordingly. ',
', require the beat Judgment of comraittet" Florida, with an Investment of approximately To make a small amountof
Short
f Form Chattel
0, Farmer prone to. scold 1400,000,000 and. the solution one tablet dissolved Mortgager
the member ftrst' should check up at
gross Income of 950,000,000 or In one pint of water is aU&'g'e.ted.For .
on the shape of their, papers were: more, with all Its Intelligence, larger' amounts one ounce ofthe ::'' "
:
In ,when filed. -*-, somehow had not fully realized crystals may be dissolved in r '';: : \ Mortgage DeedsAgreements ';); "
JnrCHANGE t hat intelligent cooperation now 1 1-2 gallons of water., The solution t' ''i"
'! Iff SCHEDUIJfiSouthbound !nd always will be better for the should not be put in metal *
; ,*" industry than destructive competition container, since It will react with .i" \,/ for Deed I"I I
t
w :No. l-Iue Btarke 10:57: 1\., M. ; that the ruin of business the metal. I h /.; ,
Nov '11 due Starke 8:37: A. :M. would ... : '
Nits that those who
are Id
;
;
No. :JOT due Starke 9:87 A. M. make" progress must advance to- LAKE BUTLER .:" ;, ; : TurpentiIieLeases :; : I

NorthboundNo. ftther; that no business Is strong fled Kercc, CorrespondentJESSE .
,
2-Due Starke 6:08: A Mi ,enough to stand the mistakes of i
4 No. 12 due Starke 3:47 P. M. too many bosses; that efficient, JOHNSON DIES Land Contracts .1/, I
ti No. 108-Due Starke 6:01: P.. M. I.profitable marketing sense; that It LAKE BUTLER, JULY 2,- ,.
Btarke 'And Wannee Branch Is economic Insanity and foolhardy Union county lost one of Its :
'' No.' 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. business procedure to demoralizethe most beloved citizens Sunday Plain Notes I' :
.No. 103-Arrives Starke 1:00 P.M. market with a surplus of Irregularly morning about 10:00: o'clock inthe '

dally except Sunday.-T. J. Griffin graded or poor qualityof passing of Jesse Johnson, 63, .
produce; that It Is the inexorable who died at his home ,here after F "
unchangeable, Iron clad rule a prolonged Illness of more than Retain Title Notes
for produce sell on Its own mer- a year.
its: that an abundance of unanswerable Mr. Johnson la remembered as
Inconttstible evidence has one of the upbullders of the little
accumulated along the pathway of city. For many years he was diectly : Also the
agricultural activity to prove that affiliated with both city and ..* \ Following Signs: "
.
If farmers of citrus growers are county governments. For sometime ,, _
ever disenthralled from'economic he served as principal of the .\r.. .
adversity, some form of group ac- Lake Butler High school, before I
tion will bring about the change. the counties were divided, and this v! For Rent Signs .
Improve quality Regulate Vetunw was then a part of Bradford coun- I
1 "If the. AAA can, ,out of the ty. For six year. be served \< '.. ", ..'
great whirlpool of new cause ba the capacity bf tax-assessor of ". ."'ii.; ?&&$ Closing Signs : v I
the Florida citrus growers to real- Union county, being 'appointed : ']:. : I If
ty group their efforts, classify and when the county became organized '. : ,, '
'
'j
unify their grades; economize In The very few years that he wandered : No '

the preparation and sale of their from his birthplace, Mr. ,,:. Trespassing g.ns ;
products and prorate shipments Johnson spent In the West, In varous .. .. .,: r.r rAnd
., SKcltw 9eketot'' d.! and regulate supply, It will be a parts of Colorado'and was \ '. :, ';", i' -
godsend to the industry.' :For no 'assistant City Health Inspector of I .:"' : I
never aid/ ex ,Us* than one acquainted with the difficulties Colorado Springs when be was Office "Supplies .
: "
'w lOc. Yo4 cats buy of our citrus marketing problemscan i there. He served as assistant postmaster -p i : :. .*- : '--7" !
now -
fundamental time' and '. /; ;
deny that two of our here .for some %. ., '.. i :_ 'i;, I
sy site Mme) sit* and quality marketing necessities are I was la that capacity when health. ,:. .1 < ,'I.: "
SoCjiUl to Improve quality and control 'vol forced him to work no longer. ,'!I::., Carbon a. ,
.: tat think long I Paper -
,; ume. If these cannot' be brought Funeral services ware held from 's, ;r" ,>', y
," "Havana and dtobacco about by voluntary: cooperation, 'the Methodist church, Monday aft. \. ,. \ ",(, :>; ,
then we must resort to enforced rnooa at 8:00 o'clock< with the : "' ". .'i ( ,'
';, a i if lor only '\ I. : Typewriter Ribbons .. r... .,
of .
I
regulations.' In other words. pros Rev, J. E. McKinley pastor ;
f< ( Methodist church and .
oh FLOR d perity Invites fidelity and cooper- the :
'; } ation; adversity demands them. Rev. K. A.. McDowell, pastor ofthe .
t Set da* joist "Since excellence In quality Is Baptist church in cha/ge of Rubber Stamps "

I' llat. the, keynote successful selling the funeral services. A beautiful < .
and products must be offered that floral offering was placed upon > "k; .,. ,
;i :LL....osw Mf*.C*.Mate* can meet rigid competition compulsory and near the beautiful casket that SB '
'M NmrhKJ.MELBA. Federal-State shipping bore the body of the town'-moat | ;
'l point Inspection has been"eatabUshed beloved citizen. Interment was
coi J. : by the New Deal;which does I made In the Dekle cemetery. Bradford
furnish the trade an accurate yardstick Active pallbearers were business County TelegraphPhone

transactions.with which trt' .measure their ,eceased.men and associates of the

rjt Is possible, for' the Florida : Honorary pallbearers were: Dr.
citrus producers;; and shippers some J. E. Maines Dr. Seeber King andDr. '
vital things whirls so far they have J. M. Mann W. S. Brannen. Jr., 29II'
"" -, refused to do t jr themselves, and T. S. Thomas S. T. Downing.
qAROA1.JfU'VD.I. thereby be Instrumental in bringing Charles F. Rivers and Joe Hill WU-'
order out of chaos and equity llama
.& CANDY C.aal.rrtuA ..' justice, profits, land prosperity out Mr. Johnson Is survived by three
''I.. ww.a 1 If j at division, cont slon and loss." brothers, Ben F.:, Joe and Cleveland

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.. .. __ _.._ FLORIDA--. __ .. ,. ., .. .0 ..__ .. _

r ..- ._- GOSPEL MISSION HALL
One of the most Important subjects SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS '

bCy F I The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures studies taken was up under In the consideration weekly Bible

/ Tuesday evening at the Mission
"
it w Hall: "The Seven Dispensations.
By ANN PAOlo::

161 Nord it i l lamp nt ay fed, ml a light into ay path.-Pialm 1WJO.'r cowered TH3 week and next yellow" Elborta,
which will be at the height of: v '
foundation was laid upon their season and the price I I. moderate "
?*rt lfFTfJ0lt tlti All religious teaching, doctrine or those Interested in further study Since late peaches will be scarcer endhigh
hQ1Dxl
creed if to hive claim .
they are
any d
the time to do
build.A now I Is canning;
may
love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with
the and prciorvlng. Thompson . tpon teachings of Jesus the Christwhoae words fit into every fold and crevice number of CCC boys from and Malaga crape are plentiful and

he the LIKE THIS of whom it sow said in John 7:46."NEVER MAN, Penney Farm Camp found their raonabl. Cantaloupes are good end

way to the study Tuesday evening. attractively priced and hon.yd.w
All and classes are welcome, melon are fine but expensive.
of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this deI > ages
lettuce, -
Pastors Tomato, celery cucumber
I rtment for news of church activities, organization and *unnonneeI > for the Gospel good news) Mission and cabbage, together with beet

I J ntaT Space freely given and no charge nude the only requirement I Is Indeed a "Who-so-Ever- and carrots. are plentiful and cheap
that inch Items reach this office before Wednesday morning t7r \ Will" mission. These vegetables help to malt um-

g... they cannot be handled for current Issue.ISIABKE Watch for announcement of an mer salads and cold< plates the. ap"petlalntr .
,
thing they are.
out of town speaker for next weeka
T MeaLs in general are a little cheaperor
1 CHURCH DIRECTORYFirst CEMETERY WORKING ak a, r n -- Bible teacher you will greatly no more expendve-which la good,

There will be a working at Ever- :: t enjoy. news
The Maid the following
Quaker suggests
Baptist Church green Cemetery, Friday, August Tuesday night, remember the menus: ;
,
Rev. C. B. Price, Pastor. 10. Come prepared to spend the date, August 7th. 1 ,

Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.; A. J. day. -. Low Cost Dinner j,

Thomas, Superintendent. L MRS HELEN OAULETTS :Pan-broiled Round Steak
Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m.B. HAMPTON r Y Mrs. Helen Garletts, 22, wife of Creamed::. Potatoes Buttered Beets ,

Y. P. U., 6:45: : p.m. r t{r W. C. Garletts, died Tuesday morn- Bread and Butter
Ml' Ada Nlmmo Correnpondent : Fruit Cup>
""
Evening Worship, 8:00: o'clock.. Ing at five o'clock In St. Luke'shospital Tea or Coffee Mlllc

Midweek prayer service Wednes- Thomas Manlre, and his son in Jacksonville. Mrs. Gar
Medium Cost DinnerBaked
\\ay, 8:00: p.m. Verle left last Monday for Miami, y letts had been Ill\ for about four )
after a visit, with Mr. Manlre's ,t weeks, but the Immediate cause Ham Mashed Potatoe

Methodist ChurchRev. mother, Mrs. M. E. Manlre.: -' of her death was double pneu- Creamed Cabbage ,! n
I Bread and Butter
B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. Rev. F. M. Taylor and family, monia. Seedless Grapes In Lime Jelly 1 ,

Sunday School, 10 a.m., I attended the Fifth Sunday meetingat The Interment was at Lake Butler Coffee hot or iced) Mlllc

worship at 11:00 last and Sun- (Thursday a
Morning : a.m. Brooker Saturday Cemetery yesterday Very Special Dinner',

Young People's Meeting-6:30: .bw ), at ten o'clock In the morn- Melon Cup
day.Marlon
|P.M. Sullivan and family, of ing, and the funeral service was Rout: Lamb Parsley Potatoes'
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. Miami were the! guests of his conducted by the Rev. B. M. Montgomery Creamed Corn 04
mother Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, this The Serpent Deceive ET J Man's Shameful Fall I.-After God created heaven and earth and populated of the Methodist' church. Tomato and Cucumber Salad
Presbyterian ChurchRev. the earth with all manner ot living things He made mail In Ills own image, putting him In the Garden of DeWItt C. Jones Company, morticians Hot Biscuits Butter o'',
week. Eden to care for it. lie saw that Adam was lonely and caused a deep sleep to fall upon him From one of in of the fun Sponge Cake !Sliced! reaches
George H. Lowry, Minister. were charge
Mr. and Mrs. M. L., WlI'tter.on, ; man's ribs God then fashioned woman and warned the pair not to eat of the fruit of the tree of knowledge Whipped Cream
Services next Sunday as follows: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Harrison L. J. eral arrangements.Mrs. Coffee (hot or toed) Milk
threatening them with death If they disregarded His commands But the serpent told Eve not to be survived by her
10:00: ( A. M.-Sunday School, T. and L. A. Wynn and families have afraid, "and she took the fruit thereof, and did eat and gave also unto her husband with her and he did Garletts Is of Cleve- y4

|s. Williams superintendant. been spending a part of this weekat eat."-Gen, 3: G. One of a series of Bible pictures by Matthew Marian, Seventeenth century engraver.were widower, W C. Garletta,
11:00: ( A. M.-Morning' Worship; Jacksonville Beach. land, Ohio; little daughter, Kitty

|sermon by the pastor. Lee; mother, Mrs. R. J. Andrews, Shiveringwith
8 P. M. Evening Worship; Mrs. J. P. Summers, and daughter In Stafke Sunday. Dye were visitors to Jacksonville NEW RIVER of Starke; sister, Mr. H. O. Shell- I

7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. Ruby, of Lulu were visiting I Visitors here Tuesday Included Tuesday of this week. hamer, of Cleveland Ohio. >

I long and sermon. friends and ,relatives here this E. Maycumber, J. L.. Briggs,< C. Mrs. W. R. Williams spent sew Mr., and Mrs.-Oscar Crosby, of i Chills

I A cordial Invitation to all our week. M. Thweat,' and W I. Hudgins all eral days in Gainesville last week. Starke are upending this week at MAIL hlEDULE EFFECTIVE: M

I services extended to all. Mr. and Mrs J. Pursley spent of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish and .' -
New." River with her parents, Mr.
the week-end with relatives in Pa- Nelson T. Green of Starke was son Bobby of Webster were via and Mrs. Lacy Johns, because of I Train No. Mall Closes Burning with,,..Fever ;

latka. transacting; business here Monday. iting here Sunday and Monday.A. 11 Parcel Post, South 8:40: a. m.
-- the Illness of her
Mrs. E. Manlre, "who nas been A. Griff la" and Henry Godwin Mra. V.'E. Sapp. grandmother, 107 Letters A Special Sat R.li.ffor Malarial yj yjDon't

visiting in Jacksonville, returnedto LA JVTEY were visiting in, Jacksonville Delivery, South ___9:00: a. U4
homemade treatments or
Rev C. C. Butler of New River try
2Ent.J2.NJ her. home here this weak. O. J. mills. Cane....._4 Tuesday.and tMrs, Roberts'' was called, Monday to conduct the 1 Letters nit Parcel Post newfangled remedies I Take that good oW.Orove'l +
1 1 Mr 'Roy South __- 6:00: p. m. Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you i
MISS JOHNS ENTERTAINSOn Mr. and 'Mr--: J.:J. McLeod of West Palm Beach\ were visiting funeral service of Mrs. J. W. Car- I 12 Parcel Post
Thursday everting of last Melrose were visiting friends and friends and relatives here Satur- roll of Lake Butler North 3:00: p, m. leis Chill Tonic-not only relieves the 4
And
Hereafter"Dr. ------------
week Miss Manic Johns of Hamp- relatives here Thursday. Those who survive her are her)I 108 Letter & Special Delivery .... symptoms of Malaria but destroy the
day.Mr. '
'J ton entertained the young folks of Mrs. Jake Shuford and Miss and Mrs Robert Dinktns of husband J. W. Carroll, five child- North ____________ 5:40: p. m. Infection itself.The In Grove's Taste'
tasteless
Jones, would you advise me her community with a swimming Beulah Holt were business visitorsto Jacksonville were the guests of Mr. ren, James Carroll of Lacoochee, 2 Letter & Parcel Post, leu,, Chill Tonic quinine kills the Malarial Infect ''i'p'

to go to a church schol or a state party at Hampton. Beach. The Starke Thursday. and Mrs., C. Dlnklns recently. Mrs. Lamar Butler, Elna, S. B. and North ?_________ 6:00: p..m. tlon In the blood while the iron It coav

school?" That is what a guests assembled at the'' home of Mrs D. L. Blackburn and son, Chas. BecK was a business 'via- R. J. Carroll of Lake Butler. Eleven Mall arrive __________ 1:00: p. m. taint builds up the blood to overcome thai
young Miss Johns at 6:30: 'P. M., and Dalton, spent the week-end In itor to Jacksonville Tuesday. brothers and sisters, T. A. Hen. Starke A BeU Branch effects of the diMue and fortify!/ againaft. .

lady asked the writer one time. motored to the lake In a group. Taylor.C. drlx of Plant City, S. B., B. J., and Mall close __-__ 6:ClO a. m. further attack. The twofold effect Is absolutely ;+
"It depends on the, church school After swimming and bathing had Mr. Avery Parrish of Lake But- necessary to the overcoming efl ,1

and the state school." I I been enjoyed for some time refreshments R. Adkinson of.Miami was SANDY LANE ler, J. E. Hendrix of DeLand, Dennis cities i-crime 'victims Malaria.Besides being a dependable remedy
replied. of Ice cream and cake visiting here last Friday.Mr MI" Paetlae G...... ............ Carroll of Mont Verde Willie In some for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless CUD) t
have a son who graduated from and Mrs. W. C. Wooten '"" View suspects in the police "lineup"In of !
'assisted : Tonic Is also an excellent tonic general; ,
the hostess and Carroll of
served by : : Daisy Leesburg,
the Bob Jones College and he has was were visiting' Jacksonville Sun- Hr.' and Mrs J. P. Norris and ,. a light a* near a* possible to UM. Pleasant to take and absolute!;)) ;. ,
by Mrs. L. H. Futch. children( spent the week-end In Mrs' B. L, Huchlngson of Fern- In which the crime occurred. children. Get
been In three great universities. that .... Safe to give si flf
,
Two of these universities were Very Those enjoying this pleasant occasion -, day.Mrs.. L. H. Hill and Miss Enza Lake City the guests of Mr, and dale, Mrs. C. L. Padgett'of How- bottLe today at any store.%Now t.o 9
were Misses Cleo Saxon, I ,ey, and Mrs. J. E Crews of New sues SOc and The 1 slse coatatas
modernistic( religiously speaking. Blachard were, visiting In Melrose I Mr. Norrts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glass-lined tank car for transportation $1. ) A
Jessie Mae Dennison Mary Wig River 214 times as much as the SOc else east
One of them Is rather conservative. Sunday. I B. L. Nocrls. of milk have been Intro-
Carrie and Mary Elizabeth lives you 2i% more for yourCleansing 1MIIII7.meLBA' .
Of course, my son had been gins, John ZeD Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., Misses Reba Greene and Gene- She wa laid to rest at Elaeys duced on British railways. r

Innoculated In our college against Wynn, Martha Joyce Katherine were, visitors to. Jacksonville Sunday :yleve. Saunders spent the weekendIn Chappel-" r i cemetery> ,*t*near f *> i-Dukes.* .--
Ann Guy,
rationalism and modernism and Collins, Wadsworth, Starke the guests of their cousins .
and Gordon
was able to hold hla own againstthe West; Jr. Nlram Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberta and Misses Ida Mae, and Hasel
Merrill and L. G. Johns, ,
modernists In the two great Fred Mrs. Effle Miner were visitors to Johns. 11
Harmon Morgan,
universities. "I had to fight mighty Wynn, Marvin and George Williams Jacksonville Sunday. Miss Josephine Greene spent TheLetter

hard against the subtle propaganda White, M. Sponholtz. The friends of Howard Miner Tuesday with her aunt, Mrs. Elam
Prof. L.
and
of the .rationalists and if I had affair, was chaperoned by Mr. will regret to learn that he la Lewis. L 'Box .
not had real Christian training, I The seriously UI in St., Vincent's hospital Mrs, B. L. Norris and son, Earl,

could not have stood the test." my and Mrs. L. H. Futch.. at Jacksonville. of Lake City, were visiting Mr, ,

ton told me. ,I', Mr. and Mrs W. H. Edwards and and Mrs. J. P. Norris Sunday Doctors' Inlet, I

tiThe ZIFF children and Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Miss Beatrice Norman has) returned July 30, 1934

most dangerous school In MlM ...Ia Mne I>wl". Corre: ..o.d.iit Moore and children spent the week- home after spending sometime Editor Telegraph, Cream ,. 1 .

the at Lit- end at J. T. Moore's cottage at with her sister Mrs Ruby
world Is the church school Church services were held Starke, Florida, ,
which doesn't stay true to the old tle Rock last Saturday,and Sun- Kingsley Lake. Waters in Palatka. Dear Sir: \
time religion. When we send our day. Mr, and Mrs. C. T. Mayo and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas were Why should Florida retain Artl- +

IOns and daughters off to state Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denlson and little daughter. Gloria, returned to visiting Mrs. Thomas' mother Mrs. cle 19 of her state constitution T

Institutions we can tell them "You sons, Perryman and J. M., and Tampa Sunday after visiting here John Gllsson, Saturday. I Because It stands for peace, pur- Cleans :
and Mrs. E. E. Greene were
will have to look out for, your own James Lee of Lake Butler and for several days. Mr. ity and prosperity; for home
of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore r 1
Mrs. Wm. Conley visiting
religion and your own faith. You Mrs. L W. Dyal of Graham and health and happiness. Pores ,,
are going to state W. Lewis, of Jacksonville, Springs spent several days here Thursday afternoon.
a Institution Mr. P. Because there Is not;one good
last week with her daughters, Misses Ida Sweat, Pauline
and under our system of govern- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Misses Flora and Bobble Conley Greene and Genevieve Saunders reason for its annulment The sole Without .4 Iw
ment we have separation of churchand Lewis last week-end. for claimed Is
reason repeal, as
to Starke
Reddish made business
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant a trip
state. Don't forget to say your Miss Rhoda Thomas is visitingher and their two children of Jacksonville Tuesday.. "revenue". For a few dollars shall Stretching! ,Y> '
prayers and go to church\ and trust parents here for awhile. we sell our honor, purity and virtue ,
and -
were the guests of Mr. -
God. When we are sending a childto Miss Donnie and Reafa .Mann T For lll-gotten gain shall we -
Mrs. V. R. Reddish Saturday and According to the League of Nations
a church school we naturally of Fairbanks returned to their ,; Sunday. figures of the world\ popula- expose' our boys and girls, Florida's Instantly, it liquefies to a

take It for granted, and the child home last Sunday after spending Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, Mrs C. tion, the globe net gain In population most valuable asset, to a vicious I.
:
gentle cleanser
does too that he will find real awhile here with friends and idle ; R. Atkina and Brvan and Fred averages 30.00O.OOO a year. traffic that eats like a canker Into penetrating

religion In the church school If tives. the very vitals of our government? i of Yet.
tiny
our children do not find religion Miss Elva Mann spent two weeksat Shall we debanch our land with every pore.

In a church school they come home Fairbanks with Miss Dbnnle I drunkenness and nariotry, whose delicate pores, are never

ninety-nine times out of a hundred Mann recently. cost to the taxpayer far exceeds)

with a shattered faith. I have seen Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and .Do You Know? I the revenue from legalized liquor T 50 r enlarged. Completely, ic
I[ + +
spiritual of Jack-
Morris,
wrecks all over this na sons Floyd and Shall we bring ruin, aorrow and or"'
tion. A large percentage of these sonville and Mr.' and Mrs. T.. W. suffering upon the helpless wives removes. every particle_ '

spiritual wrecks were from suppos- Reynolds and children of Graham i and children r Shall we bring back dust and accumulated! oils''
edly religious schools. Aa a minister were visiting Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. I again the blacx curse of the t{

of the Gospel I would advise Thomas recently. "Reign of Rum'? with all Its cursed P and leaves 'the skin '.soft '
Parents who are to send and Martell Palmerare -srvr+x + I: $
plannang Iris M ;?
Miss s Pslq f ,J d followers of want, starvation, suffering ,
their sons and daughters off to visiting friends and relatives I sorrow, misery and shame T j exquisitely, smooth.? l ; '

college this fall to carefully instigate here this week., Shall we furnish boys, and alas, II

the institution. Just becausea ) Mr. and, Mrs. Malcom Hemsted girls) also, to fill, up the rank of kNr" iMdwieesMw/pb1', :; ,' r d'
school is don't Mr.\ and ,
a church school visiting
and children were those who are marching toward adrunkard'a
take It recently.' .e...l w... se., It t tY '
for granted' that It is a I
Mrs R. B. Thomas grave and a drunkard'shellT 'I
Christian Institution. A large crowd attended the t"

annual meeting at and Little Sunday.HIGHLAND Rock.last. F We have heard the cry, '"Pro ,PARFUMERIE MELBA 580 FIFTH/. AVtNOC,' NeW ,YORK N."t.\ l
The most wicked and hypocrltl- Friday, Saturday ""a n hm'xrder hlbitlon does)'',not, Prohibit' until \

cal l people I know are the modern* a peat many of our people have '

hts. rationalists and behaviorists .been deceived by it.But as) an old i

who are trying to capture the edu- M. B!.'Cr w.. <<;........._t Hitler. nearly seventy-eight, I soy Now! Prices Reduced

cational< leadership of this nation. Mitts Louise Smith of Starke wasa to you'without fear of contradiction ;
am the president of a college and that under Prohibition, the
I have had to fire from the faculty buslnea visitor here Wednesday. "
children. ale and use of liquor and the exhibition ON
In the middle of the year teachers Mr*",N. T"- GreeD and of drunkednesa disappear.
who signed an orthodox creed and of Starke spent Sunday here with
ed from many fair hamlet and
yet later I found out that theyere Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and family. town
of our land. I soy to you also
secret modernists. I have had F.; M. Crews Saturdays made a business. that legalized liquor, In the state Genuine Bayer Aspirin

many hard Jobs but I am tellingwhole trip to Starke here that nave It, ha not stopped bootlegging
was
Starke
the of
world that the hardest S. Alvarez and lawlessness. I say,,to
job I ever had Is to keep modernIsts Wednesday .
Bessie you also that in ,the.. state the
from slipping Into our faculty. Mrs.'T. J. Terry and Mia government 1 Itt.pending aa muchor

These modernists have little conc Tarry of Lawtey were. visiting more fighting the bootlegger. a* Tin of 12 Table**

ence. They are endeavoring to friends here Sunday. In ,the.day of Prohibition. NOW .otrtef of 24
capture this nation and thy work Mr. and Mrt. W. M. Wlmberly. '
under the cove of darkness. They and Mia Freddy Wimberly of Therefore seeing there I Itt no good Tablets rat
never relatives here thing In the sale of liquor legalor '
work In the open.!The Bob Starke were visiting rte, NOW
Jones Illegal why should we on the '
with College proposes"to keep Thursday. and C. M.'Grlfft 6th of next November annul the :
but It baa to watch the moderns Miss M. E. Rick
19th Article of the Constitution of
Thursday.
Jacksonville
all the time. were In :25c
;
H. C,WImberly spent the"week- r sta.aa.h our beloved state?

'HBSBTTBRIANCHURCH end here with his family. B.. M. FRISBEE

NOTES: Cecil tHardee went to Starke ......" art.ge, Doctor Inlet.
-' Monday for a visit with relatives.Mr. _. ("Uncle Ben" aa he Is familiarly
10:00: A. If. Sunday Sc ode and Mrs, H. C.. Wlmberly, ","A., .... ef the biggest paint Jebe. lit the everM le that ef .t..tiae known in his home community' bas
!
11:00: A. M. Preaching,, Mr. H. ;C. .Wlraberty. Sr. Miss ,1 tb. MaeretnMture .f the Quebec bridge from .....ra-t.....? (very. the honor of having served three)
in the 11:. 'Rlcka year 7100 golleite ef Mint are prayed eve title krWge fey seelallytfeilgnetf tern ra state .
absence W. VIniberiy Mlae our legislature.)
of the Beth
pastor,
=: 'PI
.** :
ef M
benches eeerateel men
A- fey e .
Scott C B.'Dupree afrN 7hc NfNiewnt . ))
will Wlmberly .1.
Mia Patty '
preach eentlnew*) see.". *. the J.... bridge part ef which |
AJ1 welcome. and C. M.' Grlffis) were visitors to t1.'w.. to MM feet lees cud three eeat ef pafee' have t*> fee MtrftoeV. ewe You cannot: have power for goodflMaw. .

This WI1 be no evening preoca- Baldwin Sundt? 'semi yyr fir qrN 1 t7Aldi Woe.,,D b hJ W t il!,., without having power for. evil. .too.
Let -.... gsyR ......' -a H........,. K 'MWAf a'RA11RfflUNr' 0w

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY
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Bradford County\ TelegraphEstablished ., r t' :I Maybe You've i! I TOO LATE ------1 1i i ( ODD BUT TRUE --J

,1877 I -r" ." ), : t ,H rrn.p '

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;, Published Weekly on FrldaysTand Entered 'as Second Class : Br'nV;*RLI.: KAY 'c"* .. 1" ,. ;CIf.. ,,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. frvrrtmrr, Florida PIYM A....

__ -- -- -- .. Deadwood Dirk In. Wonderland,: r" "L

.'.L.;. :Matthews. _.___.__- -------Editor and Owner '. oiv :Through The Looking DAYTON BEACH:;-flalloped wart DotfT y ''fa

-__ ._ ._ _. h___ __ _. Glass, Into Tbe County Jail. over here last week bag and baggage Yoe GgDWlBS6 gA hY'-GSVE ME6aDtxE0..111E0.E
SUBSCRIPTION RATE What might have been tbe rather ,.to see If I .ould learn what A NDMIE AS b1C cmPROPORTION"

startling result bad Edward I. the wild 'waves ,,were saying. But Ab N>a ACID 1 1.
x Yearly $1.50;; Six Months, 73c: -Payable in Advance i Wheeler author of,the Deadwood Just about the time fellow startsto ,AiOw You TO THE. Silt Of I

Advertising 1 Rates on Application I Dick novels, read,"Alice la Wood.erland" concentrate on that-wild,waves ; ; sOattTsitleC THCKCjUMUUrAIHVMUCHTXEX

-' _- the night before he penned along comes 'permanent wave h: .! .e
"Deadwood DiclCa Dream or, The .
that knocks him for a loop. Figur-
How many days until school opens? Rivals of The-Road? atively speaking this town Is a "AC "\

a Chapfav, 1. darb. P"I
l Little Deadwood"plck/waa beginning
; Few graduate with honors from; the school of experience. to get Uredy-iwlredy" of sitting -- Folks over here are as 'coo-coo
as i clock., I never saw such aplace. .
o on the cracker barrel next

l( Add famous last words: It doesn't seem like we're going to- the aafe in Rosebud Robin general tourist. The and visitor way they is unheard treat the of. Taola_ -_,
store. Once or twice he peeped, --
seventy- Ive,'does it? ever so shyly. Into the open door If they keep, It up they are sure
gonna make lit awful tough for
o of the stool vault, butiitM4tno,
other communities to get along
i Americanism: Millions out of work, and yet those,w. Q money In'itr-''And what Is the use (with,this class of patrons.
.
:
Of a safe, thought Dickie, "with
} have jobs going on strikes. out a little dough In It?" Accordln'! to the local rules, you
J not to drive
are supposed your
'J.\! ;Sp be was considering, In bin own
car more than 10 miles an hour
Hollywood, as well as the remainder of the world,'mourns mind (as well as he could, for the on the beach. Without reallzln' It I
hot made him feel and
; the passing of Marie'Dressier. '*"': Itt stupid day. and he didn't have sleepy much was',easln.',along at about 25, when .
a'nattUy dressed.motor cop swings
o-- mind anyway) whether the pleas THE SOVDtm
,
alongside. think.' 'Ob. oh, hereis
t Will Rogers says that what this country needs dirtier ure of sticking 'lIgbted'clcar to where- little guy,gets Jugged." r/ a Of
the Widow Jones' THS
tootsy-wootsfea[ But instead of dishing',out dirty rx FRENCHFOREIGN
finger nails and cleaner minds. .worth' of getting '
was the (rouble looks and harsh. language, the law 7
o up and'hunting the widow, when was smilln'. Then he tipped his LIGION '

j h, As we make it out, a Nazi putsch Is about equal to'good eyes suddenly,Iran close white, by him.rabbit. with pink cap and all he. cracked at" me was: ARE PERMITTED
"Slow down PLEASE. Can you
TO GET
old American push in the back. There was nothing so -..ery.remarkable Imagine that? Instead of slippln' THOROUGHLYDRUNK\ .. mi rrr:

j 0- in that: for Deadwood me a ticket and, takin' a ten a r;:;.... .
had often seen white rabbits with smacker appearance bond all I got / f .
Better start planting pine trees now, just in case they pink eyes as weU as an occassion- was a SMILE and a PLEASE. DidI CMCC .(VERTFIFTUM )

get that paper mill at Fernandina. al pink rabbit with white eyes, and slow down? Fit say I did. So -, DNlS _

o green elephants with no eyea at does everybody else, and better!

A all: but when the rabbit actually still they like It. c1tiPPlE CRECK.COI.O,.t\M .AN
Henry Ford But wait, you haven't heard no- : On\c\N.: CON CMCHtR
__. _. ,
__
-
pocket and looked at it, Deadwood
several million dollars for .
every year.A thin' yet. I gave my youngster a '
started to,his feet for, It Hashed --
o dime to buv popcorn on the Boardwalk -
across bin mind that ha had never Sh'-.g it'started; back to

man doesn't mind artificial flowers as long as the roses before seen a rabbit with either where I was standin. The young WHY NEWSPAPERMEN :notice with much Interest an he keeping or supporting but one

in his'girl's cheeks are the real thing., a waistcoat pocket,. cyr watch to chap from the popcorn concession ARE SAID TO BE Je In last Sunday's paper re of his boasted 21 as all the others
take out of it. Besides,. the watch -
? came tes.rln' out" after her I doubled J. H. Baucom of Bowling by his first wife, are grown up
O had a shiny'gold cover and Dead- There (is a tendency to
up my fist to>sock the hound and looking out for themselves.
7 There would be some redeeming feature if the price ot wood hadn't 'had 'the right timein and he said! ''Here kiddle you forgot newspapermen In 'general asking President Roosevelt "Although my' 10 children and

A' months.So your change With that he ics. In the' that' a law passed giving him myself have had a hard struggle at
women's shorts,:was as brief as their length. / burning with'curoslty, and a ;, sense a
crowded It nice'newbuffalo nickel for each child he may be times we have always managed to
O lighted cigar stub he bad hastily 10 her hand.. Nowlaugh that off. usually a dlaollusloned father of after''his 14th child. eat three, good meals a day and
well
Starke's ball team is good publicity. Even when it loses thrust In his pocket the Deadwood field( after ranttippltyhop In the first plaee ellln' popcorn at charge is probably I am his second have had decent clothes to wear
across a summer resort for a nickel a bags and the reason for it Is and the mother of without asking the president or
ten of Ms
it.is better than publicity at all. 1n'timeto
a no and was'juet
the
game; rabbit
of the
all wrong but when a concession- years uncovering no.-one of 'whom he Is any charity to help us. Surely If
a see It pop down a/large':. "rabbits "r.cliue. a youngster' two hundred lead the newspapermen or .helping to support, a woman can manage to feed and

Mahatma Gandhi is going on another fast soon. We hole In under another a hedge.moment down went *:yards to gfv. her a nickel habit of expecting: to find arrival"I they were all awarded to clothe 10, Mr. Baucom should be
under .
the
change, well X give up. surface.A by a court decision. Two'of able to look after the one he hu
hope he gets no! thin they can't photograph him. Deadwood after It, never once considering -
how la the world he was Here Is the smellln' salts. Sniff It few days ago, one J: oldest have been contributing and the one he expects without

0 to get out again. a couple of times and then Til com received much support until five months asking our government to help

r4 If you don't think the average person! forgets ea ify' "Well darn my socks!" thought tell you another that suggestion fathers to of President more than him."He
looks and I
Deadwood "After sucha After a swell I have been cooking and healthy dontthink
to enjoyln'
himself programand
j just ask him if this is hotter than the last one.I" be
s summer ren pensioned. He set blng to send the it has crippled him much to
4 fall as this, I shall think nothingof a band,concert I was drivln' younger ones
o tumbling from A fifteen-foot home and a woman backed her lie Is the father of 21 and am proud to say that be a father 22 times and I think

A little rain last Sunday is all that kept Starke from beIng fallows-that Is, unless some fool car out of the garage smack dab On tbe'aurtace., Baucom's made his or her grade all he should" /go to work and quit
Is touching but here Is the
last begging.
puts a rope around my neck!" across the middle of the road. the school term. And Mr.
in the lead this week in the North Florida County League. Down down downy-wowny.There She had ,some
''Y -..'.'.-.' 0-" was nothing else to do, so Deadwood gears and I, had to come to a lecond of three wives keep them Just three weeks wife No. 2, of J. H. Baucom.-Tallahassee
+ began .talking to 1dm ella..aln. top for moment or two. I was lomething to do with the the school vacation.' Nor Is i Democrat.
Those, o think (jhe.world.owes them. living are finding I .
"Dlnah'll miss me very much just getting' Impatient and about
the world about as hard to collect from as the next fellow. 'tonight. I should think!" (Dinah to mutter -"fool women drivers"

o was Deadwood' shaggy-haired when she, got.her car going. As

4 A .woman scolds her young son for.carrying as large 'a yak). "I hope they'll remember she pulled out ol the way 'she rn. e I
bet saucer of gin at tea time. "Din lands out a smile'.that would melt
variety of objects in his pockets as she packs in her handbag. ,
ah? my deart I wish you were down the heart of a mummy and says:

pOne bore with me-and that saucer of, I'm awfully sorry." Well what

exchange remarked that, it wasn't ,worrying hirnso .tin,, too':' he..added as an afterbought. chance did I have to nurse a American Hall
grouch after that: I tell you the Legion
much about .balancing. the budget, as it was budgetingthe When Deadwood landed he was folks.over, here are just plain coo-

balance.J not a bit hurt. He Jumped up on coo.

___________S _____ -i his feet in a moment and there Never' mind wrlttn' Mr. Ripley,, ,. .
t was the .white rabbit waiting for rye already done ,that But listen, -
The Times-Union says there Is no trouble getting crowdto I,
htm. i"Why .re'...
just one
p q'e.
fish-fry. That's right. The'only trouble is getting hello! Who ..have we! ::
\ Later on I dropped into a drugstore Most
the fish there. here?" the white rabbit' cried.'"1f i Sensational SATURDAY I
to buy a package of brain
:
I! am not greatly mistaken; 'we ,
o ablets.l I noticed one of those nut

q One.writer. says there has been no new type of crime In so have long the made notorious the person'Who name),.of.,Deadwood has- dispensing machines, so I asked fora'
of nickels In In-
couple change
A, 5,000 years. What about the fellow who won't keep his Dick famous, have we Dot""1 teneSIO'&,' to I'buyiiadtneii' + Instead of ALL 9:00: ( P.M.
"I claim the title I have navel. STARWrestling
;
head still] in a motion picture theatre? tl"lnme..th.: coins she said 'Tin
been ashamed to own.It, sir! Dead-;
_x i sorry but I don't think those nuts "
o wood lisped. :
I are fresh. The man hasn't been AUGUST4TH
'A Demandyouth will| try to cross the Atlantic in a ten- "Well "by my .e"a:: sand. ,' around to fill It for several\ days" .
whiskers, said the white rabbit;
d foot boat; Might as well do that as to stay at home and try snatching both of those.Item, from:: Tow >I 'ask 'you,*t have you ever
heard of a town where folks are
i to keep out of,the way of reckless drivers. its .face and showing himself: to ao blamed concerned about the
be Joe Rappi the intrepid, sheriff
o
welfare of the stranger that they
n' "You've fallen
of Tombstone City.
Key West in order to attract more tourists, has passed Into my trap, Deadwood.' It took Actually turn down sales rt>her, CARDEver
dissatisfied
: an anti-tlpping/ law. That doesn't mean, however that a me a month to dig this damn hole, customer than risk T a possible

,gentleman cap't still tip his hat to a lady. but It was worth It!" It was too deep for me so I I
"Oh dear, how I wish I could .
asked the President of the Chamer
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Politicians are a generous lot after all. In some counties hut poor up little like Deadwood.The a telescope. !c thought foln'> of on Commerce In the town.what thlnkln'had may.been Held In Bradford County.Following I

:in the western part of the state they allow everyone to sheriff seemingly took pityon be some evangelist had been work.
him and handed him a bottle
vote ether.he) has his tax n'i, on 'em or somethtn', but he t
,, paid poll or not.
the all
labeled "Drink Me", but Deadwood says that courtesy and consideration are .star participants who from past records prove that they are of

rM a always will believe It was nothing shown a tourist pays a whaleof world championship _Ubre. Starke le to be congratulated en having fighters of this
One of Dillinger's ex-sweethearts recently described him but corn liquor, for when he woke I dividend. Folks to clan
next morning In the Tombstone a come spend ae they only fight.In. four towns la the South, namely: Miami, Palm Beach,
M '.one swell guy":. Just the same we would have 'thought City up Jail,' bis bead felt bigger than a weekend, .and.remain all summer Jacksonville and Starke. .
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twice before'inviting him in to make a fourth at bridge. I they write pall i their, friends I,..,..., 4"; I
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first
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lr A Columbia University professor says that married JUSTICE everybody happy 'everybody gay.: '
CANTON CHINA,-Canton nudists .
I The spirit of the thing catches onto MAIN BOUT ONE HOuR'LIMIT.
i teachers are better than unmarried ones. They should have are to be punished by being where 'a J'UJP't..ta to savin'\ .

,better dicipllne( : ; too, after practicing: 'on their husbands. placed In wooden cages and pa- ,I"Please". and Thank, you" to his
raded through' the street i mother-in-law.' '
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Half;-of,'.the' things that worry"' people wouldn't(bother Since nudists have no modesty, ,. !,beat Daytona;,summer Beach In years\ I* enjoyln'The townIs the Oreste- VadaK, : vs. Joe';Jeffries
(For would they then nude >)>
go ? .
L
r ,them at all If they couldn't read says an exchange. Yes it It seems to us this punishment i packed, right I DOW and more Italian Hercules, Chicago

a would be some. comfort not'to be able to read that sheriff'ssale Is little less than crude. ,.comln every ,day., ,If they keep *- .
stuff' ,
M this coo-coo courtesy up -
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notice.. 'there' teUIn' where it win end. .. -- -
For what with. alt the,. no : ,'
,aorawney "
They'll have to double the ....
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rr+ read in the papers that 'Sally Rand Is having trouble The fatty necks. and'"thigh. of the.tow* or somethln'. CaptOttoGroeboch' :; vs.." ,. YewgAaerkus: .

The
would fall
j suffering upon that usually begin to stamp
keeping behind; the rubber balloon she is using for .a costume.Of ,The harmless ataa
course, the'male portion of Sally's audience wouldn't. wish -, i .*.-e---.-. I nana. So-unMl Shirley quits being German Ace U. S.
,her any hard luck., OOP. WE!: SAID IT 'too.much of an angel and beginsto .. ,
s We're to it and..then: .. .. ,
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4 4i run like aDythbJ.-We' getting oeasslcnsl banaoaV.'we'r going to .
i An exchange. reports. that,a local. man named his automobile fed up with SMrleysT.mplel. Well, sit back .andwaitfor; another 'J01'' "'

"Shasta", not After the daisy ot.the same name but because thank goodness,' that's over. "Dramal '01"' "Frankenstein." Tex Hammer I
'' vs. 'eddy'Tajlor)
We've been for
trying .weeks to ..
eye
e he declared she has to have gas she has to have oil, get lip nerve enough U ten it,.but A BIO RELIEF: .

abe has to' have air'and she has to have something'all'the what with the warm weather and A rural editon.went' home, to Penn. State

time.: all.It seemed ;Just a UtUe too much supper, very tired but with an unusual New York, .City

to defy. thousands of movie fans smile lighting hut poor' old .. .
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take their Shirley straight face. -- '

In peak na9f'' the' troublesome' European' situation,' a Miss Temple la ,a )cute, kid-.but ,"Have'you'had, ,""some good luck i. ,;', PRICES General Admission I b5c .

member of Congress said,,"The American -people should'mind that's Just lt-vshais' TOO cut,and at las?" his wife Inquired. v .... --Ringside... 11.10.; .. (.Coy Tax Included).
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she's to la "Lucki' ..... .. ,
beginning hair _
get our I should say so" responded '- ".
Y f, their own 'business,' atop 'passing moral judgment r other One ,lady admitted 'accompanied I
:, just like -TOO macbtof anything.We've free when .
the ,MUter, :-old Baulre: "by .
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+ nations and keep out foreign entaJ1g1 menb That,..pro seen lots of cute kids in our Skinner, who haanft paid anythingon .

*. gram .should 'suit_..."everybody, but the American munitions Ume, but they never remained cute bin BubecrlpUoa, tor 10 years J
makera.:" T-- ............., for longer than a nested otflfteen,.. came la aad Mopped else paper."-
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\ ,.. ,'. minutes at. :'any one,"time, .After AaUt-r.lC.TtrMe.. :' ,
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