Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01100
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Collects Runaway Automobile Intangible Tax Expert Green Seeks Aid Commissioners
Tornadoes Defeat Live Oak 12-0
light Bumps Another Car ; Voiced No Com paint L,

Over $10,000Before On Street- Monday Will Play Alachua Here Today Over Bradford- ReturnsFrank i For Growers Here; Remove Agent *

There was a time when runaway Butler, intangible tax expert -

horses used to be the chief sourceof was in the office of Tax Assessor '

Deadline excitement on Call Street, but No Easy Victory Expected When I Strickland Makes\ .. Run Of Sixty- N. D. Wainwright Wednesday \Wires MorganthauA From Payroll ire

those days are gone forever, and Locals Meet Bears This Two Yards For Touchdown; and Thursday of last week for

the thrill was not nearly so great AfternoonBy Carter Scores, Also the purpose of examining records -
Home D'monAtrationnd Farm
Lvment Of Taxes: Under Futch as that afforded spectators Monday and helping those taxpayers who A For Branch Of Regional Work Will Be Dln- i
Agent ,
LaW Greatly Exceeds morning when a runaway truck ( INMAN) By LESTER SCHNELLThe did not understand the law. Credit Corporation At continue +

Expectation broke loose and ran for half a block The B.H.S. Tornadoes, fresh Bradford County High Although he quoted no figures St4trkeCongressman ::4k. ,p S
before crashing Into another auto- Mr. Butler said that if returns in
from an upset victory over Suwa- School Tornadoes defeated Suwa- The Board of County Commissioners -
Tax Collector C. A. Knight mobile. nee High at Live Oak last Friday, nee High at Live Oak Friday aft- all counties were filed proportion- R. A. Green Wednesday of Bradford County Mon-
1 in state and The owner of the truck, John will the banner ately as well as they were In Bradford I wired a request to Henry
nk, In 10344.34 carry of Bradford ernoon, 12 to 0. It was the first day voted three to two to discon1
Clemons, cranked It where it was there would be nothing for his +
the last week in their the Morganthau governor of the Fed-
unty taxes during High game with game of the season for both teams. tinue the services of the county
parked in front of Mitchell's Drug department to worry about. eral Administration Washington
toe Farm
allowed Alachua Bears
time taxpayers Friday afternoon.
the Live Oak fumbles Inside the ten- home dmonstratlon agent. This
advantage of the Futch law Store, but neglected to see that it This indeterminate clash occurs on D. C., that a branch of the
yard line gave Bradford two scoring will automatically place the county
announced Wednesday. was out of gear. Mr. Clemons suc- the local gridiron and is regardedas chances in the second quarter Council Hears Macon Office Regional Agricul- without a farm agent, also, since t : $
ceeded in of the
out Credit
getting way tural Administration be
established -
His office was crowded during one of the most important encounters Carter taking advantage of the I Bradford was exchanging the part ti.r '
when the truck started and
; last few days by persons wishto up of the season. The Bears second for a touchdown plunge at here Immdiately. time service of its demonstrationr4 ,

to benefit by the five-year mor- climbed upon the running board possess an impressive squad this center. Strickland broke away Tax ComplaintsCity Although a few applicationshave agent for the part time service of '

,,rlum on back taxes which was where he attempted to steer It. He season-heavy )line, trim backs, midway In the last quarter for a been approved here, the loans Union County's farm agent .

)wed If they paid their 1932 tax- did not get it under control however and in general a well coached team. sixty-two yard romp to the goal. are coming through too slowly to The commissioners spent the bett + I'
cash. A few of those payinged in time to prevent It from Taxes.. Remain At be of benefit to strawberry growers
in Bradford will sport> a few thingsIn Thrilling football featured the : Twenty ter part of their afternoon sessionhearing'
into sedan owned by H.
only current taxes, but a may crashing this encounter few utility I Mill For Another Congressman Green said. and I
more arguments pro con by
C. Wall which was parked in frontof final period. Each team tallied but Weather conditions favor- !
of those paying were In arty Year are now
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men, some fast backs and interested who
were -
Mr. Wall's Insurance office. Considerable I young three downs, all of Suwanee's com- persons present
several years and paid in or- linemen. The Tornadoes will march able for setting plants, but many from all sections of the coun
damage was done to both I ing by passes and Bradford's on The City Council of the City of farmers find themselves unable to
r to save their delinquent prop- out on the field par with the ty. In general, the men and women )
I machines. plunges through the heavier but Starke met In regular session with ahead with the work unless
y. Alachua team. The confidence of go seemed to take sides q
more ragged playing opposition. the members G.G. fl
following present: funds from forth-
response of taxpayers to the i the Starke team has not been overdeveloped some source are each) < other in the matter. The :
The 12-0 verdict assures the Alderman, chairman; W. M Ed- coming.
Itch law has been gratifying to because of their recent told the board of the
Storm wards, P. M. Barefoot O. L. Beas- women many
WarningsOut Bradford Tornadoes of a good start Congressman Green's
jinty officials Who that It has telegram
victory over the Live Oak eleven ley, T. N. Kendrick. benefits they had derived from the
for the 1933 gridiron campaign.The follows in full:
eeded their expectations. All
last Friday for we realize that we home; demonstration work in beau-
tax raises
; monies will find a ready use, got the breaks of the game and all-around ability of the teamat heard Compaints from the on citizens were Starke, Florida, Oct. <4, 1933. tifying their homes and yards, and ;i ;
present should not be overestimated following :
i ever, and there Is no danger of Along Keys took advantage of them In the H. A. before the Hon. Henry.Morganthau, Governor. In learning new methods of cookeryand
however, nor should the appeared
lug the .county treasury over- I proper way. While the locals have Red and Black eleven become council asking for reduction of Federal Farm Administration, canning.' The men said that

Jed' any time soon. just defeated strong rival it is confident because of their success.over- taxes on.north half of Block 5V4, Washington D. C. they had no complaint to make li '{'
Wind Is Centered doubted as to what will Strawberry and vegetable the the
About Sixty they ac This has been proved true time Orlnglnal Town of Starke, from growers about way agent was con
Miles To The South Of complish on the conference battlefields after time when an overestimatedand $500 to $300, stating that he would of this vicinity In great need of ducting her work, but that taxes a

epeal Election Key West this season and it Is also a overconfident team has withered gladly sell this property to city for fall crop loans. Several applicationshave must boreduced, and they are Infavor'of '',

puzzle as to how strong the under real opposition. The $300. After considering this the been approved by the Macon eliminating' every expense
According to Associated Press team is., Regional Agricultural Credit Ad- possible:
Tornadoes were facing an inferior, council granted the reduction also h
Plans Are Made reports, South Florida was diggingIn The probable lineup is: ragged and Inexperienced team. reduced personal assessment from ministration but action is coming A. J Thomas, clerk was called
Thursday afternoon for a tropi- very slow. The delivery of actual for figures, and estimated
$4,000 to $3,000. Motion
Right half Carter; fullback Then, too, Bradford got all the made by
cal disturbance, while across the Cooper; left half, Strickland; quarterback breaks and was aided by many O. L. Beasley that the above be cash coming entirely too slow to that the services of the agent cost ; .: K, ;; .'
[ continent Southern California! was Edwards end Shuf- Suwanee granted. Motion was seconded and be of any real assistance to local the taxpayers but twenty-one cents
tractions Are Received By ; right fumbles. Truly enough, ; ir
upl'n'llIOr Wall-Polls Close hoping for relief from disturbing ford; left end Wall; right tackle. an offense with the ability of the carried.W. growers. Many of them have ade- per year for each $29: of taxes paid.
weather of a different nature- quate security to offer. Credit from At conclusion of the discus-
At Sunset Packham; left tackle, Chapman; Tornadoes should have run this .' A. Stern appeared before the
blistering heat that sent records right guard Torode; left guard Suwanee crew ragged. council asking for reduction from other sources not obtainable. I sion, a motion wafe made by L. L. !' r' C '

illots and instructions covering toppling. Johns; center, Harrell. The Tornado interference did not $1,500: to 1,000 on the following de- suggest and urge that you have Conner that the present arrangement r + I ,r

repeal election, to be held In W. S. Kennedy, government General admission will be: click. The Suwanee boys found it scribed property: Commencing 171 established, immediately here at of home demonstration and SA
meteorologist at Key West, reported feet 'Starke, Florida, a branch of the farm agent work be continued. The
rlda Tuesday have been recelv- Ten cents for grammar students, an easy matter to slip through,, geta south of northeast corner of
ere at the office of H. C. Wall, the tropical storm central about 20 cents for other students, and 39 half Nelson or something on their Block 29 and run west 80 feet, Macon office In order to offer our motion was voted down as follows: ,

rvts&r of registration. sixty miles south of that city. cents for adults.Starke adversary, and drag him to the south 100 feet, east 80 feet, thence hundreds of growers needed relief. Voting aye, L. L. Conner, J. :M. Rosier r ''r

i lot boxes and the Instructions Hundred mile winds were reported dust. The passing defense was not north along west side of said streetto The situation is one of emergency, } voting nay, G. W. Andrews
to the Key West Naval Stationby beginning Town the planting season is fast passing, :Mallory Thomas, G. W Hinson. ,
be scat out to the various pre- in form, either. In the second half, Original of (
,1 In the county within the next vessels on patrol duty off the To ElectCompliance the Live Oak outfit uncorked a Starke. After consideration motion i In fact only few weeks remain and The clerk was instructed to notify '

lays. All materials for the coast of Cuba where the blow passing attack that had the Tornadoes was made by W. M. Edwards that their plants must be fertilized in ',Miss: Pearl Jordan, the agent M I i

on have been supplied by the struck yesterday. Havana experienced guessing. ThujC racked up the same be reduced to $1,000 valu next few weeks if in time to ob- that her services would be discontinued

I*, which also bears all local ext winds that reached a velocityof sizeable gains and at times crowded ation. Motion was seconded and tain results Please give us immediately October 31, 1933. !

>t! incident to the balloting. in seventy-eight miles an hour. Body in on Bradford territory. Suwa- carried.R. relief as above mentioned. Minutes of the meeting follow: : { k;

,rdance with the act providinghe The barometer had dropped to nee led in the number of completed F. Demorest appeared before Please advise. The clerk reported that he had s
: election. 89.09 at Key West but early today passes. the council asking for reduction R. A. GREEN asked welfare relief workers for an

total of 176 names appear on was rising. Weather conditions con- N. Sternbcrg Nit,' Chairman The Tornado ends were slow to I from $$400 to $300 on the followingdescribed Member of Congress. Investigation. .of. the condition of t II),

,fflcial ballot. Of this number, tinued stormy with high seas, Calls Meeting For Wednesday get down on punts but were aided property. Lots 29, 30, 31, John- and- Betty- Bnowden, applicants -

S-seven appear In the group heavy rains and winds of strong EveningN. by the delay caused by fumbleson 32, 33, 34, :35, 30 of Block 3, R. N. for assistants, but that no

''ed "favoring ratification" (ford gale- force. several Instances. The young Dowling Addition. Motion made Boys May Enlist report had been received. The application a r .
At Miami, where two Sternberg, chairman of the
); eight appear in the groupIng persons Suwanee aggregation was apparently by T. N. Kendrick that assessmentbe was therefore laid over ,
ratification" were injured and three residences local NRA committee has called a reduced to $300. Motion until next
(against a beaten team by the third was regular meeting.
nil I)i, and 101 names appear Inroup damaged early today by a tornado meeting of employers, employees, quarter. They were bewildered, seconded and carried. For .Camps Prof. L. A. Gray, principal of the

> labeled "unpledged." attributed to the approaching hur- and consumers of Starke for 6.00: fighting among themselves as well Motion was made by T. N. Ken- Bradford County High School, and ( ,

total> of sixty-seven delegates ricane, Meteorologist R. W. Gray o'clock Wednesday afternoon, October as to prevent further scoring the drick that mlllage for 1933 taxesbe Mrs. L. C. Smith and Mrs. A. W. I tt

,convention are to be elected. warned residents of that and ad- 11, at the court house, for the best they knew how. 20 mills, to be distributed as follows Anderson of the P.-T. A. appeared qr ;

e, a voter may vote that num- jacent cities to take precautions purpose of electing a compliance Carter, playing his first Ina : Bradford County I* Allowed Only before the board asking for a $10 a
board. game Seven Men In New Enrollment .
If a voter votes for less than against whole gale winds of fifty- Tornado uniform, showed General fund, 7 mils; road and donation each month for the pur i '

'.even, his ballot will beted five to seventy-five mile winds be- Election of six: members of the ising ability. He pulled prom-some bridge fund, 4 mills; Interest fund, I chase of food supplies for undernourished f

but if he votes for more cause of a sudden change in the direction board will require only a short mighty neat broken field running, 6 mills; sinking fund, 3 mills. ---"'- school children. The ? t'
of the storm. time, Mr. Sternberg said and Young men of Bradford County
that number, his ballot will ben he is picking the holes with'fine ability matter was laid over until the next ti d .
out. Meanwhile, Southern California urging'a good attendance at the Ritz Theatre to Show who desire to attend the second series .
His interference was far too slow of Civilian regular meeting. j
looked Conservation
e United States Weather Bu- back on a day of tempera- meeting. Mrs. Griffin ,
for him however. Georgian appeared
tures that According to information Cooper once New Gaynor Feature Camps may begin making application -
registered received
In high f,
Washington, D. C., will brought the Tornadoes out of a before the board asking for assistance
marks. Los by the chairman now at emergency relief head-
Angeles sweltered In the National
the final! say on when Flori- tight spot with a nice gain, placing The Application laid over until ( ,i ;
the hottest day in four years with Recovery Administration wishes "Paddy, Next Best Thing"a quarters. This county will be allotted -
law must stop voting on Tuesday. the mercury reaching 100. Pasadena the board to be composed of two the ball almost on the goal line. recent release, which will be only seven men In this series. next regular meeting. 3 ll
requires polls> to open at Carter found it Application of Earnest Byrd P r
difficult to nick the
and Glendale employees, two employers, shown at the Rita Theatre begin- Those at present In the forestry a
reported high one consumer -
o'clock a.m. and close at sun- Suwanee forward wall but janitor, for Increase in wages' re
marks of 103 degrees and River- and one lawyer. It will be promptly ning Sunday, is Janet Gaynor'snewest camps have been given the privil- "
Secretary of State R. A. went over the top for the first fused. ; 41'
baa asked the side, sixty miles east of Los Angeles necessary, therefore, to have a rep production. This popular ege of re-enlisting for another six: 1..
weather bureau K. Griffis
touchdown. The failed requested the board '
placement actress
is months.
'! 104. resentative group at the meeting in with Warner Replacements are to be ;{
ermine the time of sunset on --0--- order to elect members from each however, Baxter who also played with her made by quota from various registration : to construct cattle guards on the
day. of these Strickland, senior halfback, also In "Daddy Long Legs." points. county roads leading into the town + I tt

St of the election has been es- Chokingyhite\} {JJ.oman, After the groups.board has been elected showed up well on the offense. He The management of the Ritz Is There are sixteen conservation of Starke, if and-when the city lim- r

ted at $50,000, which the state Charge Against 'Negro it is likely that a report on the, made good gains on hard drives proud to announce that Starke will camps at present in Florida. It is its are fenced. Board decided it t, P
Pay. Secretary Gray predicts through the line and broke had no authority in the matter and
once be
NRA In Starke for August will be among the first Florida townsto understood that a number of camps
between 200,000 and 250,000: through the secondary and took referred same to the County Bond d '. ? r
made to Washington. It Is under- a view this film, which Is proving from northern states are to be
will be cast, although thereore According to police reports> Mrs. stood that blanks requesting information sixty-two yard stroll to the second a hit everywhere it has been moved to Florida during the winter Trustees who have all county road
than 800OOO qualified vo- Carolyn Gerow, aged Brooker touchdown.The hown. months matters In charge.

IJI the state. woman, suffered minor injuries and the as number to Increases in pay rolls Tornado machine should be Kirby Smith in behalf of W. IT.

.. when choked Monday afternoon bya be distributed of employees will running smoother as the season ad- YOUNG I'JCEIJYTEIUANolI / Smith requested a reduction in as-

enio1l Course Is negro man, whom she caught
rummaging in a trunk In her home. eagle. These a schedule acres of muck land which has vl I
To Be will be filled in and returned to very heavy they possess 'Work During MonthThe recently ;
Given Here Mrs. Gerow was shopping in a committee. the a team capable of I handling the A Young People's Rally of the burned. Matter was referred *' y 4 v

store, and Is said to have sent the They will be forwardedto strongest of opposition and as the North Florida Presbytery, Green to the county tax: assessor for in-t r
e Washington where they will be- following report> of his workin
Extension Class Bureau of'nlversity negro, Clarence Hutchins, ahead season gets further under way Cove Springs District will be held vestigation and report.>
of Florida will offer of her to carry some packages to come a part of the data being com- they will master a more effective at the Starke Woman's Club Saturday this county was filed this week The clerk was Instructed to have li9

rae In History of English Litre the house. According to Mrs. Ge- piled the from NRA all parts of the countryon offense-one capable of holding its October 7. Below Is given by County Agent 1* T. Dyer: drinking' fountain Installed In the tt I

In Starke Tuesday evening, row, when she arrived home she movement.. own against the present schedule, : the program for the rally: teen Days visits spent to In the county, thir- court house at an exchange priceof j.9$ ;p G
bar ; farms and homes in
10, at 7:30: o'clock in the found Hutchins going through a one of the toughest It bas ever 10:00: A. Registrations. $8.00.1

t school building. W. K. Mitch- trunk and before escaping into the School Board HoldsUneventful faced. 10:30: A. M.-Devotional, open- county on official business, eighty- Motion made and carried that 6 ,

r presenting the Extension woods, he choked her. Hutchinswas Ing, Rev. George H. Lowry. six:; vaccinated lUll hogs for thirty one-half the traveling expense of ''j :

Bureau and Mrs. L. W. Trax- found by Sheriff W. J. Epperson Meeting GAINESVILLE SECURES BANK 10:35: A. M.-Report> of Nominat- farmers at a saving to them of delegation on tax adjustment be .
over S5O.OO.: treated twentv.thrna_ ___ ,
.natructor, will be present to several miles away from the ; Gainesville has secured one of ing Committee, Election and Ins- u paid amounting to $3.06. ; r
ze the scene of the When The Board of Public Instructionof the four animals for screw worms and gave } u
class to answer any robbery. cap- branch offices of the Fed- sUllation of Officers. Charge to Motion was duly made and cair r'
Uona regarding extension tured he had $5: .00 in his possession, Bradford County met In regular eral Land Bank of Columbia it was new moderatorRev. A. Clark Dean. personal Instructions to many others rled postponing> any action against ; i

and to give the first lecture which he is believed to have stolen. session with all members present, announced recently by E. M. Man- Charge to stated clerk-Rev. A. W. ; wrote sixty-seven personal delinquent tax payers, who'are operating y

Course. Last year Dr. Alfred The negro is) safely lodged In the namely: J. H. Kelly J. C. Prevatt, ning, Land Bank appraiser In Pierce. letters five memeographed letters on state tax lands until
r ot the county Jail here, awaiting trial and W. C. Manning, chairman. charge.. This branch 10.49 with 1.45O copies: mailed; gave directions 4
university taught a office i is the : A. M.-Classes: ((1)) How next regular meeting, In order to
in.Educatlon for the Exten- Minutes of previous meetingwere central point from which the following to lead a C. E. meting, Rev. L. E. to several farmers for allow them ample time to take care ', iI

Caai Bureau. Dr. Crago was : CHAIRMAN OF ROLL CALLA. read and approved. counties will be worked: Brubaker; ((2) Making Missions Interesting building corn cribs and fumigating of the 1932 taxes.Application ii.
Well receiVed In SUrke' and It I .Thomas will be chairmanof Only routine matters were attended I Alachua. Duval, Citrus, Marion Rev. Alexander Linn; ((3)) kill weevils In the corn; instructed of welfare relief
leved that Bradford County's Red Cross to as all schools are runningand Flagler, St. Johns, Putnam How Our twelve people as to best methodsof worker is
a good class !In Clay Church Works, Rev. John for increase in pauper allowance /
rh will he organized. Roll Call this year it has been an- transportation problems have I Nassau Union, Bradford, Gilchrist.I W. Neel; (4)) Christian Social Prob- their poisoning the mole crickets In for Manuel Hampton laid

1 orl'anlzatlon meeting Is open5 nounced by headquarters In Wash- been arranged. Columbia Hamilton, Lafayette and lems, Rev. A. Clarke Dean. strawberry crop; gave permits over for further Investigation.

e-5 and any person inter- ington, D. C., where the appointment > Board adjourned at noon as I Dixie. 11:33: A. M.-Get acquainted to several farmers to sell bogs :Mothers' Pensions allowed at the

exte' 8lon work in any ubto ', was approved. E. L. Matthews there was nothing to claim its attention > games, In charge of St. Augustine I to the government; held six: 4-H rate of $2.00 per month for each r p ay
'u*fad f I after the disposition of applications HICKOI Y-PECAN Club meetings with an attendanceof $
attend. An oppor. will serve as chairman of Young People. child for the families of three children I' ''I
j Iltill be given for those wants publicity. The Roll Call will begin ,I of widows for pensions. I P. A. Crosby, a leading farmerof 12:00: Noon--Dinner (each delegate vice 140 people. Information and ad- and $1.00 for each child In addition
other November 11 and will continue until Board adjourned to meet first Mon our Brooker section was last to were given In numbers of oth-
English to bring their lunch). thereto, same to be allowed
s er cases
their in November. week not-mentioned here. r4
l for desires Students may Thanksgiving. day exhibiting about town a well- 1:15: P. M.-Assembly, conductedby for four months only and for those nd'
A. Secretary. formed -
credit or for lectures e pecan neatly enclosed in a Charles E. Brubaker, moderator RELIEF OFFICE MOVES children actually attending school. S
WHITE HEADS CLUB hickory nut shell. The ;
hybrid was Young People's Synod. .
t : George C. White, state bank Poland observed he Washington grown on a pecan shoot grafted to 1:45: : P. M.-Playlet. "The Woman Headquarters of the Bradford AtAUUIAOK LICENSES/ a'

) 1 ire Ie a current Wave of pros- analyst and former resident of Si-Centennial and on May 3, 1932, a hickory nut tree Mr. Crosby I Who Turned Back"-Starke County Emergency Relief Committee The following marriage licenses) \ e
In were moved a
PalesUlle which exceeds Starke was recently elected; president Poland national holiday issued a said and Its flavor is identical with Young People. last week from their were Issued during the week by

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believe It or not there la Club according to news reports> center between Kosicuszcbo: : and h. baa not thought up ft new name Rev. A. Clarke Dean. house the. two-story frame W, O. Anders and Vlverllne Par. a : ,r
ate .
of Puiaskie. opposite the Coca-Cola Bottling )
labor. for the ker.
from there. .. .- specimen. 3:00 P. M.-Mlzpah Benediction. t

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.a tl, Mrs. Reddish Entertains The many friends of Cornelious Rev G. C. McGauley will preach ATA TIME

5 ., Reddish entertained Moore are very glad to hear that it the Baptist Church next Sunday
the R.
l"" ..p. Cordial interest centers In ol he Mrs. V. people of Lawtey at her he Is Improving after several morning and evening. 'TH.eEE 7/MESR ,t ,, -,
of the young
announcement McKinney daughter t of ome Friday evening with a mas- weeks' illness In a Jacksonville hos Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, a
.ri11 :Miss Carrie Matcbett and M. L. Wat-
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McKinney urade
1 I I :Mr. and Fowler Mrs. John of Lake Wales,, Many quaint costumes were pital.Mr.. and Mrs. Bert Hodges of t.erson.. who have been spending JlA 4QY STEIN t,

a Austin solemnized quietly Sun- rom by the guests. After numer- Baber were visiting her parents some time at Hot Springs, Ark., returned AND) J.T.:UmEFILL/J y t
which was
., last here this
County served de- Mr. and Mrs. John Clemons, to their. home
by hostess
day October 1, !In Starke 'us games the
Judge E. K. Perryman. Iclous refreshments of cake and week. week. ,
The young couple will make unch. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite of Jack- Miss Edna Rhames Is visiting BASS ON.reEE .

y their home in Lake Wales. Those attending this pleasant af- sonville spent last week with Mr. friends and relatives In South Flor- CASTS ALL

Both Mr. and Mrs. Fowler bath t'air were Misses Lucille Plummer, and Mrs. D. L. Kite. ida this week. 11
many friends who will be interested (:iuilda: Thede Dolly Dinkins, Abbie Mrs. Edna Harley of Lawtey W. T. Saxon, who has been visitIng '
in the announcement of their I I:larley Ruth and Rosa Mae Rowe, spent the week-end with her parents his brothers B. Y.. J. H. and M/MUTES/ ,

marriage. i J,Iary Lucille Torode, Madaline Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Parmen- George Saxon has returned to. his -

\\1 J1'rlgo, Anthrine Blanchard, and ter.Mr. ,home in Pompano.L. tW"it
I Locals .:;iaud Rowe Hallle Jones Dick and Mrs. T. J. Moore: are A. Johns has purchased the ,
.I Mr. and Mrs. Jake Starling and! I ]lowell Edwin Torode, Richard spending several days at the bedside Hampton Hotel on the corner of

;l ? w children! of New York were vlsltlni .fhede, Paul Turner Raymond of their son, Cornelious Moore, West and Main Street and will tr1.! -. 1. i

"' relatives here over the week-end. luromer, Francis Cotton Flutle who is a patient at the St.. Vin soon have It remodeled and in oper- '1 >t .

I Mr. and Mrs.: David Durbin r of I ; rlgo, Hubbard and Dan Harley, cents Hospital in Jacksonville.D. ation. ,".i' .

Jacksonville were visiting Mrs .:;'hatham Pule, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. B. Rorsyth and son Seeber, Mrs. O. Haynes who has been 'O t t
Durbln's parents, Mr and Mrs. 1 C I.Thede. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, were visiting his daughter, Miss quite III for several weeks: has

Fogg, over the week-end. ,.lr. and Mrs. St. Clair Harley. Hilda Forsyth, in Jacksonville friends here and throughout.
returned 1 1'S. te many
W. T.
Mrs. after Sunday. the county who are glad to know
'S. her home In Gainesville rela I' Locals Buck Starling left last Mondayfor that she is able to be out again.HIGHLAND .
spending a week here with Mrs. R. F. Howell who has been Plant City where he will reside, .
tives. visiting in Jacksonville and Mac- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and t

:Mrs. Louise Wasden of Jackson- I'I lenny, returned Tuesday. Thelma Rhoden were visitors to
hl" vllle is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son Starke Monday. r- Ma1y}
Wasden this week. 'red, of Lakeland were week-end I
f ; visitors here. Miss Pauline Green, Miss Mildred 3L E. Crews, Cer. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Surrencj Sanders Leo and Harry Edwards .,
and children of Tampa were visiting Mrs. O. F. Ford of Marlanna Is and Hugh Andrews all attended
week-end her Mrs. R. A. Mr and Mrs. W. G. Crews and TlOI2DAJ.OSE
ti 1 relatives during the lulling daughter church services at Starke Sunday
David Yarbrough of Macclennj riffle, here this week. night. of last week.BOOTSEY'S. ihildren Wednesday: for their HALF /ZED AA/Q
home at Safety Harbor after .
was visiting his sister Mrs. Etta Mrs. L. H. Hill Mrs. II. M. Onyler r CSPLAYEJOHNNY
several here with F. {
spending days WAS
Reynolds last Sunday. Miss Eunice Whitehead and
C. Butler of New River M. Crews and family. 8)' D .4.G. /N"G
4. Rev. C. flee Lucille Flummer were visitors
i filled his regular appointment al to Starke Tuseday. BEACH Cecil Hardee visited relatives in Of 'OCAI.A, t/.A/

"' the Christian Church last Sunday; Mrs. O. W. Roberts and Mrs. J.H. L. G....... C.... Jacksonville Tuesday of last week. j,r r+f BUiQtETZ'NE
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Burns of St I. Moore were shopping In Jacksonville -I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss {
visiting Mrs. A.Broughtoii Oleta Green spent the week-end
/ Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Prlvitt en- A /ZO&/0/AM
in Starke.J.
Sunday. Wllmot Brown of with relatives
Dr. and Mrs.
of their
W. T. McEver and L. C. Smith Tampa spent the week-end here friends tertained Friday a large night with a dance, F. Grlffls and G. P. Griffis 8/JOKE SIAMAIED OiIT4/NE
visitors to Starke Monday. of relatives. were in Starke Saturday. SINGLE
were tha guests Miss Villa UTSA
in honor their sister A WORLDS
of Sheriff John Hall of Green
and Rev. Hicks
Kirkland Is teach-
? Rev. MUs Joyce Terry, who Prlvitt. of St. George, Ga. All reported business BASEBALL GAMS
1 Lawtey were visiting here Satur ing school at Alachua, spent the a nice time. Cove Springs was transacting I2ECO.er?

'day. week-end here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and' here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Plnkstqn and Jimmie Moore of Plant City vis- children of Evergreen spent Sun- Mrs. Marvin L. Crews of Raiford it is believed to be something of a world'srecord.
1" Lonzle Malphus of Gainesville;; were< ited here Saturday day here with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. visited relatives here Wednesday.Max The unusual feat of taking SIX BASS .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith Miss Emily Klnnard a memberof Crawford. Carter was in Jacksonville ON THREE CASTS was performed on

last Thursday. the school faculty here, resignedher Miss Villa Prlvltt of St. GeorgeIs Monday.Mr. one of the numerous lakes in Marion JOHNNY BURNETT, who hails from

position Friday to take a position spending several days here the and Mrs W. A. Bessent and county early in June. On the first cast Florida broke a world's record of
It was In 1823 that Monroe formulated in Duval County. Her place guest of relatives. Mrs. N.% T. Green and children of Mr. Littlefield landed two bigmouthbass long standing in 1932 by collecting
the Monroe Doctrine, here will be filled Miss Lucille Starke 'spent Sunday here with between Clevelandand
by i Mrs Mary Reddish has returned I weighing 7 and 3Vfc pounds. Mr. mine hits in a game
% which declared against European Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and for the
Plummer. Mrs. The record
Americas. I here to the home of her son W. M. Stein next pulled in two weighing 5Vfc Philadelphia.
agresslon in the three Miss Louise Thede, who has been the past family.W. in single had been pre-
Reddish after spending 31pounds on one cast. Mr. Little- most hits a game
1 visiting in Brunswick, Ga., returned M. Wimberly of Starke was and Robinsonin
weeks In Brunswick. Ga.. Wilbert
several established by
Intended for use on a desk i here field then hauled In two more weighing viously
cigar lighter ash receiver have Sunday.D.. W. Moore was-a business visi- the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Thursday. 3I Viz pounds apiece. Since the whole per- 1892 when he made seven while playing
combined in a device that resembles Bessie Sapp. Baltimore against St. Louis.
been French type telephone tor to Plant City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson formance took place within 15 minuteswith for
a Mr. and Mrs. J. M.: Reddish at-
and Mr. Branch
and children of Lawtey, Gum
The conservation of the Improved tended preaching services at Bald- and Mrs. S. H. Thompson of Wood- the of Mr. Farm were visiting relatives in. tht;;;
win Sunday evening.J. Elizabeth Homage, Cor. his cousin, Pete Burney, of children were guests I
canals: In New York was begun lawn were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. section Saturday.
business and Mrs. R. Conner Weunesday.H. .
C. Prevatt visitor
was a
,,7 In 1000. The depth Is twelve feet; B. Thompson Sunday afternoon. Lawtey. Mrs. J. D. Reddish was visiting
I the locks are 310 feet long. to Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Seacress spent Misses Louise Sapp and Elizabeth H. Keene and W. H. Carter Reddish Sunday
and Mrs. P. D.
I '- Arthur Weddington of Chicago, the week-end In Jacksonville. :Miss Agnes Sapp spent the Harnage were visiting Mrs.P. made a business trip to Starke Mr.
f Ill, Is visiting relatives here tbls week-end with Miss Jeanette Car- afternoon.
When a person is bitten by i a Mrs. Emma Prlvitt Is spending Monday morning.A
[ ; cobra his nerves are instantly); week. this week at Taylor with her par- ter of Little Springs. D. Reddish Saturday business large crowd attended prayer There will be a Bible readlng.tthe
\i i deadened and he passes out as i if Rev. William Mathaney of Mac- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Samson Crews. Miss Louise Sapp was the guestof T. N. Norman was a meeting at T. N. Norman's Friday home of :Mr. and Mrs,, Elam
,: under the influence of ether. clenny filled the pulpit at the Bap- $ Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and visitor to H. M. McRae's Friday night. Lewis every Sunday afternoonEverybody

tist Church Sunday at 11:00 a.m. New Orleans has no bedrock and family Sunday. morning. at welcome to attend

F Newark N. J., airport la tbe Rev. C. A. Crosby preaching at the. her large buildings are erected on Carl and Clyde Dobbs of Raiford Misses Agnes Sapp and Eliza- There will of be Mr.prayer and Mrs.meeting Ancel .
the !
world's busiest. 8:00: o'clock service. huge piles, which are creosoted and were in this 'section Saturday beth Harnage of this section and Every flash of lighting holds
h -* Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Biggs, Mr. sunk on the site. night. Jeanette Carter of Little Springswere Norman Friday night. Everybody electric energy worth some Si50,
CLOSING OF and Mrs. E. B. Wells and Mrs. A. Miss Gladys Keene was the guestof the dinner guests of Miss welcome to attend. calcula--
MAILSMall: H. Harley spent Sunday In.George- Theodore Roosevelt was the Miss Mary Reddish Sunday.J. Debbie Phillips of Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. Shaw and little according to one expert's

Train South Close town. youngest President ever elected. C. Sapp spent the week-end and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and daughter Geraldine, of the State tions.

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A BETTER PAPER and Thelma Bryan. Our enroll- rttC{ tcMeL,, ty Tuir trAaCu. j ; ;

ment is now fortynine.In _
geography we have learned to "..... tee'- -wpsi- --- ---- mow.-a- ..i
precision is one of the outstanding spell the names of the continentsand

traits by which the superiortype oceans. CIGAR RECORD 111ADETAMPACigarmakers ENROLLMENT: INCREASED! I .

of Individual excells the aver- Wednesday was report card day. \ $ e of this LAKELAND- enrollment in-

age boy or girl. Newspapers of today Some were pleased with theirs and y ., i Ss city turned out 28,101,439 "smokes" crease of six per cent over last (ill
and the "grand old American others were not, but we have all resolved -, during September and establisheda
public" have practically immortalized to do much better this 'r/ l month's record for the year, Internal year was announced at Southern ,
a few hand-picked authors. month. fw r l revenue figures showed. College by President Ludd :M.!\ Spii I'l'

Why' Tuesday was Robert Judd's \1a vey, who said the present total is j

Perhaps an explanation would birthday. He was eleven years old. I \ "TOOTH" FO1NDJACKSONVILLEUnlvereltyof nearly twenty-five per cent greater 1
Mrs. Hart the than he expected. An unusually +
not be so difficult. These few have brings funny pa-
what need- pers on Monday for the class to / largo number of students who had fi
simply portrayed we Florida authorities will be asked to 4
though often we, ourselves could read.We ( lli decide the origin of what appears abandoned plans for attending college :.

not express these thoughts. A miss our school nurse, Mrs. -i to be a petrified tooth, about eight !i this year found it possible, at '

popular columnist usually attributes Alvarez, and hope she will soon be Inches long weighing about five the last minute, to borrow money
to four back with us. and enroll, Dr Spivey said. 1 ,,
| his success things: pounds, found near here by engineers -
originality of Ideas, clearness of Monday in English we played the ;' -i, ., I
thought, accuracy of events and "Dream Game" to improve our 1 TWO-"'''Y HIGAMY CASK! +
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details, and above all, correctnessof spoken English. By a vote of the r : VOTE FRAU CHARGED TAMPA Both principals In i +

form which adheres directly to class It was decided that Feral I I ly TAMPA -- Joe Cacciatore has Tampa's first two-way bigamycase

itandard journalistic conception. Jones gave here the best. II I E'e\ fl .F been arrested a second time on a !, Mrs. Nellie Baugh and John ; ,
r I L. in the f
B.H.S. students, we have mate- charge of having an eighteenyearold Flynn county jail l
What Would Happen It- here, unable to make bonds of {
rial to produce a paper worthy of i i J / : girl register fraudulently to I
Darrah Johns didn't read aloud? $2,500 each. Flynn has boon in jail
our name Instead of a cultured society vote In the city primary held this
j "What-do-you-call-lt." 'TIs Enos Hayes didn't wear glasses? I '_ month. His first arrest resulted In I for two weeks. Mrs Baugh was ,j 1
Dorothy Green didn't have to i irrestod at DeLand and returned Its, :
very rare one writes a letter to his v a conviction and a four months'jail
stay In for talking? rI here for trial.
They are charged In
friend and begins with his signa- sentence but he was released
Alice Barnes didn't wear a rib- //I IX'a I warrants with committing bigamy r,'1j ;
ture Form is beauty in any newspaper because' the court records were
bon around her hair? by marrying at Clearwater before ''
I Did you ever comparethem faulty.
[ v FERAL JONES, Reporter. they had secured decrees In divorce ?. '

suits they filed the same clay In
It is nothing but right to give to FIFTH GRADE CONSTAHLK! KILLKI1 Polk County Circuit Court. "
i those students who by nature en- Miss Annie :Mae Pearcc's Room {I Ii JACKSONVILLE Constable H. -

joy writing a good article, the We have organized a,club, the i 1, II. Cook was fatally wounded Sat- + 'r
I identical chance as we allow our Health Club: President LeEtta i urday night when a negro he NO CLlFOltNIMUCK
I future scientists who work in the sought to arrest snatched the offi FT. MYERS--A Californian who
Corpening vice-president Betty
; 'IVa
I laboratory. It pays dividends, now, Green; treasurer, Louise Stern; cer's pistol, and shot him once. attempted to sell twenty acres of t ) !:'
I more than ever before, to do whatever Cook died en route to a hospital.The muck: land near Santa Monica to i' : '
secretary, etty Stringfellow They '
I the task may be In an authentic i negro fled. Investigating officers Ft. Myers buyers for fertilizer wilt 'r 'I' 'I M
to make ISLE
are planning one large -"eo of .s"AVe., !'(
shortly receive a letter explaining ; !
] style. We must, we will have book also a large poster for were uncertain as to the name
scrap that California muck la not needed s : :.
I a paper which shall be the genuinetype the contest. Mrs. Alvarez, the of the negro or the charge for which l. '

t> representing Bradford High health nurse Is going to give a Cook was attempting to arrest here as possibly the finest muck
lands In the world are within a few
A malorltv. The staff which is him.
u that to
prize. room she had in along
assembled where. The fields were covered TENTH TATTLES move miles of Ft. Myers In the Florida '', r '
will need the in-
being e ;
:Marion: Crews was sick one day wooden bench to scat them )
evitable, whole-hearted, cooperation but we are glad to have him back with wild flowers. (By A. W. Anderson, Jr.) all. HOLD AUTO TAG SCHOOL Everglades. The letter offering the

even at the cost of time, labor with us today.Katherlne My guide told me they grew lem- My, oh my, TALLAHASSEE-Schools of Instruction California muck was received by iI 7th f
I and effort, we are attempting a Stafford was sick ons, coffee, tobacco, sugar cane,, will be held at which the Chamber of Commerce and answered
yes- How sIgh A. W.: "My goodness, Albert, ,
page determined to be a benefit to terday, but she walked in smiling cocoa and all tropic fruits, such as you county tax collectors will be shown by Secretary Ronald Hal. ,
our future authors or a guide to aid today. bananas' pineapples, oranges, When you see happened? methods of handling automotive grim, who replied that local fertilizer

our youthful efforts in written Our boys planted flowers this limes, figs and guavas These Tenth Tattles. Albert; "My girl threw mo a license tag sales. An act of the dealers when approached bad I L

English. week. I visited the waterfront the next flower." last Legislature placed distribu- been uninterested In California s'.

Some day we may have a Babe day. The men told me Cuba's wa- Ruth Tomlinson and Lillian Kel- ,A. W.: "But how could that tion In hands of the collectors. muck. : "

FOOTBALL AND WILVT ELSE Ruth in our room if the boys play ters were well stocked with fish of : ly were appointed to the office of cause that bump, and that swellIng George H. Wilder, motor vehicle ---* :

baseball as they have been playingfor all kinds. There are few snakesIn "Reporting Committee" on the ?" commissioners said he will soon Peru's potential wealth Is in Its
The first bootball of the
game the pMt week. Cuba. "Better English Club," by Virginia Albert: "She forgot to detach 1 it leave on a tour of state during hydroelectrio'power. ] }

All season the was girls a are"whopping"waiting success.eagerly Leaton Morgan has been sick for Cuba has mahogany trees, cedar, Wiggins, president of this organi- from the pot." which the "schools" will be held. ....._If....... .. .. .-. '. a4
several days. Hope that he will logwood and rosewood. zation. -'
for the next game to vamp the
AlBchua boys, too.We'll : soon be able to come back to Cuba is in the torrid zone. On Gullda Marie Thede was ill Wed- TEACHERS NOT AFFECTED
school. the: coast the climate is very even. "Words fall me," mutt 'ed nesday, September 27 but we are FORT LAUDERDALESchoolteachers ATLASThe
sure get to travel this year.Won't Raleigh Strickland has been absent The coast temperature seldom Elaine as she flunked the spelling glad to say. she Is back with us are not affected by a new
that be fine 7 Did know .
you test. state law employment
for several days. drops below sixty-five degrees In now. prohibiting
both our cheer leaders, Mary and w
bodies of not
Louise Stern motored up to winter. by public persons
Martha, are Seniors? Who will be Here's resided In the state for at Standard Oil
Jacksonville Friday afternoon. some more news about Hugh W.: "What happened to having
he future ones? What yells the ??,, |I Rain falls throughout the year. the "Better English Club. Re- your face?" least two years Circuit Judge Q. E.

seniors can give, especially for FIFTH GRADE I During August, September and member I told you that its first Bill E: "Had a little argument Chilllngworth has ruled. Ills decision Tire GuaranteedOne
October hurricanes to
Jiemselves. j are apt occur -
(Elizabeth Wells, Reporter) I because Cuba lies within the .' aim was to correct spoken English with a fellow about driving in trot was made In a case here involving TearFrigidaire
We'd surely like to see more pea We had the following chapel program path of these West Indies storms. mistakes? Well, we have a second fic." Miss Patti King, teacher in t.4 'c

ple at the game Friday. Your lungs ,, last'Thursday: My visit was very short but I aim now. It !Is to enlarge and in- Hugh: "Why didn't you call a the Fort Lauderdale public schools (

probably needs exercising, anyway. Song, "In a Shanty in Old Shan learned many things which I have crease the vocabulary. cop?" for the past? eight years. *" "NNNN/ Y I f Cw

Well, I'll see you Friday. We ty Town"-By five Fifth Grade tried to tell_you about. Bill: "He was a cop."
had a good crowd last week but boys. Mrs. Perkins: "Dorothy, if you ASK NAVY BASE
we can do better. Reading, "Kentucky Philosophy"By By Clarice Gill Eighth Grade. were out in a boat and It spranga Dorothy White, brilliant biology KEY WEST-r-W. R. Porter of

Elizabeth Wells. leak, what would you do"" student was the only person to Key West and Senator Park Tram- .
Francis Lee Peek has enrolled In ,.
FOURTH GRADEWe Song "When I Was a Baby"By Dorothy: "Why, I would put a make 100 on biology test. mell have placed before the assistant '. k ,
Fifth Grade girls. our home room. We are glad to pan under It." secretary of the navy a request the three year guar-
welcome her.
have three
new students that :
Reading, "Wanted-A Drink" Teacher; "Now, children, you that the Key West navy base be {,
came in Monday. They are Joe By Mary Loraine Stockwell. Most of the Tenth Graders had must never do anything In private returned to its former status. In anted electric refrigerator sit {"
Allen Lander
Frances Strickland Song, "Lazy Bones"-By three NINTH GRADE all four of their tests Monday and that you wouldn't do In public." presenting the request, attention e

OTICK OF FINAL PROOF Fifth Grade boys. The officers of the Ninth Grade Tuesday, September 25 and 26. Bill: "Hurray!! No more baths!" 'was called to the present unrest in a ,4
held two meeting at 1:00: p.m. Cuba and the
Drpartmrat Of The Interior Reading, "Wet Weather Talk- concentration of na-
flcnrral Land Office By Edgar Roof. Wednesday and Thursday of last Lillian (at basketball game) : So now, good bye. val ships there by the United
M "'..hi.gton. D. c. Brpt. IS, 1B.T3. week. "My goodness, I don't how that States '
see It's not a lie, Navy, as a demonstrationof For sale
Notice. la hereby gIven that John We are glad to welcome two newpupils referee bySmith's ( .. [ 1j';:. !
keeps cool.
so When I the need for the
D. Mathews, of Starke. Florida, who, We enjoyed listening to the High say, Key West base
on. March 16. 1929, made Seo. Z288, R. School program Friday morning.We in our room. They are Sam Paul "That's easy. Look at all "I'll see you next week." 41 ;
8, homestead Griffin and June
entry No. 021883, Smith. the fans around him."
fnlneevtlle.erlee. for the WU NWI( 864);>\.4 NW%i.. Section 2, Township 8 S., classmates, Kayton DeLoach. His are very sorry that Andrew TUB JUNIORSThe WEST PALM BEACHFloridawill Service .

noili-p Range 23 of E Intention, Tal. Meridian to make ha.three filed. moving to Gainesville this week. Taylor broke his arm last Sunday. Folks, I'm sorry I didn't have a Juniors held a meeting Mon lead the way for a general

mar Proof, to ectabllsh claim to the while he was cranking his car. news column In the paper week before day to elect officers for both sec- elimination of race horse and dog

Thomas land above, Clerk described. before. A. J. MISS STRICKLAND'S SIXTH We are sorry to lose one of our last (September 22)). Acci- tions. The officers elected are: doping by adoption of France's sys-

Clarke, Florida,of on the the Circuit 27th day Court of, Jean Davis, Reporter pupils, Barbara Proctor, who Is dents will happen. Mr. Gray got President, Mary Lucile Torode; tem to prevent the administration Station ,

October. 1933. Wa elected Robert Hardenbrook moving; to Ocala my manuscript mixed in with some vice-president, Callle Strickland; of narcotics to horses and dogs, an- .

J.Claimant"trick land name, of a Starke* wltne., Florida.; and Mary Jane Judd for Speech Coach C. W. Larson attended the of his other papers and so It didn't secretary and treasurer, Charles nounced B. F. Paty, chairman of Starke, Fla. 1' +'

ftaBamiee. of Stark.. Florida; SheJ- Officers for this month. Florida-Stetson football game Sat- get to the editorial offices of the Pender. the state racing commission, In a

inn Qrirru marling, of, of Starke Starke, Florida, Florida, Henry The following officers were urday Sunday.and was a visitor f In DeLand Telegraph until Wednsday, which statement issued last week. The _.w ...... _. _..a. 'Ot L I 4'' Mrs

D K. FA HItOTT. elected for our class: President, L. was too late. The Eleventh A bad charge of paty proposal calls for chemical .
Acting AialBtant CommUaloner. AL KAY CARLISLE
10.1. atl l l-a M. Gaines; vice-president, Kenneth chapel Friday The program was: analysis of saliva of any horse suspected :VfT.f: : "
-- Bagwell; secretary, Jenelle Hutch KATIE FUGATE Miss Fernandez has such a large School Song-School. of having been drugged. .,.... ';

OVER WO ings and news reporter. Jean Da. Reporters. algebra class and such a small Song-DorothY Sapp. Mildred

vis.Our Hundley, Elizabeth ing-th; WORK FOR TENSIONS L1h1i1Ii1t1! .

NERVES classmates are getting old< 'j Chorus Dance, "Forty Second SEBRING-The Old Age Pension -
fast. Doris Crews was twelve this And the Worst is Yet to Come--- Streef'-Dorothy Sapp, Charles I Association of Florida was organized -

week and Jean Davis eleven. Pender, Mildred Hundley, Joe Ed- here last week. Officers 1

We played the "Who-Can-Beat" I I war da. and directors of the associationwere ) n

game In making words by uSing Skit, "Echo In the Valley"-Qer- named and date set for the ; l

letters In the word "Washington." I, ill I, aldine! Johns, Charles Pender. next meeting. The organization Mon than 6O7t
Alice Peterson won with 112 words. U UI I Announcements-, Gray. alms| to expand Into a statewide : ran* till.....
SEVENTH A : School Cheers. movement to work for the choiceel
I passageof choice: .m.
Jokes I I I I II The Eleventh B will have chargeof an old age pension law In Flor- ported tobacco...a

Mr. Gray: Now pupil, that whip- I chapel next Friday.TWELFTH ida similar to the one passed In t.ste.nd.rotnafot.ad w : ''

ping hurt me more than It did you. New York State when President only in higher j

Pupil: (In sobbing way) Yes, GKADE Roosevelt was Governor. dxars priced
yes, but not In the same place. The Seniors held a class meeting JOHN d I.,
:,, standard '
l I last Tuesday and elected the following DEPOSIT INSURANCE z value. of v'1'l't'
Riddle officers TALLAHASSEE
+ : District of-
1-What living thing has its I President, Frow Strickland; vice- flees of the Federal Deposit Insur- r. r. Don't be mltled' by tf "

heart In its head? I 0I president A. E. Wall; secretary, ance Corporation,. a governmental '1';, old time brand t'q'

2-What is the easiest way to I Lula Redgrave; treasurer Marjorie agency created under the bank deposit "marked down to

UP get fat? Stump. guarantee act, were open -lr l 5c."JOHN RUSKIN t A'r

soy your MM in wwk- 3--If a car ran over a dog what i The Seniors seem te> know what here last week with F, F. CUnning- its la the .mly cigar ivLat v icy

"onder nerr tt high tancton would stop a wagon? I 0II they are doing whn It comes to ham, national bank examiner for ..t you full 1933 value ,

IDd bark at you the snap eh11dND.at the wit.H0 4 -Why can't fishermen be gen- i I 4 choosing their officers. this state. In charge. He said state for your 5 cent.. 1

Watch oatl Orerworksd. erous TAnswers banks which wish to come under
2TVM7 lead to Steeples*. to riddles: Rings the provisions of the law will be 4 Try a few today
Nervous Headache, forvrj&xllftestioii 1-a cabbage; 2-Buy It from The Seniors chose their class ,examined and assessed one-half of You will enjoy rrery ', j! l

alttarbmnoeaa the butcher; 3-His tail would stop rings Friday. It seemed at first, one per cent of their deposits for puff. a
nnpleasant a-waggln' 4-Because their business we would insurance
% ; have to get fifty differ- which covers deposits
"wre 5J don't!..at TOO werrta.try Dr.Tablets HOes makes them all sell fish. ent rings, but finally the committee to J2.500 in each case. up ,. '. ; s.... n.Boonda s

tort one fa, a half das of II aw one that was liked by the entire ,. -rr' 1r YaMI
EIGHTH GRADE I II : class. Wait WAIT They Are i
k88 a pleasant, spark* until you see the FOR PAY CHECKS y
... Different Zones eu Redeemable y ', +,
Life In The Seniors l'
UI& flashing their
de1Ia- SI
II .oothtac: rings. n c e the r
"V-tazed nen.. My Visit, To Cuba I t'' State Board of Control Is '
I temporarily .
Dp' 'rtef
l4, m Jrmee NuvJDe .Is DOW My uncle gave me the money to I I A side car for a second rider or without a chairman following tp +'

t eveeeent two 'orm othldhtt7a visit any country I wanted to, so I I to: carry packages has been Invented the expiration of the term of R. }i', f I e.
decided to visit Cuba. to be attached
tilt 8&me to any standard Maguire of Orlando, and since the
ilA6 at lbethnR your cine affect stab: I arrived In Cuba in June. I soon bicycle. board will not hold a regular meet-

found a hotel and got my room, i -S Ing at which a chairman can be

got my baggage up and everything By a new process sawdust Is being named until October 9, faculty

straight compressed into bricks for use members and officials of the
The next morning I asked the as fuel without the addltionof binding state's colleges may have to wait

/ ) r manager of the hotel if I could find material. that long to receive their first of

,a guide. I visited different places I the month pay checks
and cities. Palm trees grew every- c' dlL""Jhn t Cormorants are used at night to secretary of the board T. Diamond L---as.Ufe.C......"-- ].
catch fish in Japan. said OAINES'YILI..Ia CO.
the CANDY '
must sign the checks, i
Gain. illet Fta.., Distributor I'I'


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--I' Week Of Prayer Sirs. Johns Celebrates Mrs.\ Andrews Entertains Nearly thirty-five per cent of the 'uittod. In radford, r ---'

trees in Lapland, are 160 old. to-wit. N,4 of NW'i'unS;: ra'd' ..
Observed By Baptists Birthday Anniversary Sunday School Class years 8E''N and NE'4 R\\ \I ,
1'40 of 8EI oC *3W'. q
-SoiJCIJliJ The regular October Week of' Mrs. Belle Johns celebrated her Mrs. Wesley Andrews entertained 29. Township 7 ","?,'h.' "I J
Hickory Is the heaviest of Amer- CMIDlAlnlnll, 1
Prayer wall observed this week at sixty-sixth birthday anniversary members of her Sunday school The .10 a. r."

the Baptist Church by the Wom Sunday, October 1, at her home at class of the First Christian Church ican woods. under the assessmen H..ld| "roil' ," ,v
New River last with In the name of ,
___.____ __. an's Missionary Society. Meetings I Saturday evening a ::0.OTJf"I'J OP Unless. mild "<>.D "
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began Monday afternoon and A most enjoyable day was spent, swimming' party at Kingsley Lake APPLICATION Von TAT DEED darned atcordlnn ,
Baptist W. M. S. Methodist W. M. S. closed Wednesday night. and at the noon hour a long table I After a delightful swim In the Moore Notice, holder In of Tax ven Certificate, that D No.W., of will November Issue thereon .." '>I,, 'I
Circle Meetings Monday afternoon Circle No. 2 was arranged uuder the large oak lake, the girls and boys were Invited 440, third day of August, A. D. 1931, mated this,Fourth A. n, ,!,,: '.,
:Meets MondayThe .
with Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader, was trees where a bountiful dinner wall to a well spread table, where flee ha flied and made"al.c..rtlCI\ application tax
Woman's Missionary Soclcl y Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was hostess to In charge. Mrs. Powell was assisted served. In the afternoon ice cream they were served sandwiches, salad, Herd to l IMBue thereon In accordance Clerk. of i 'rill, M
rjre, of the Baptist Church will hoi d Circle No. 1 of the Woman's Missionary on the program by Mra IL L. and lemonade were served. rake and lemonade. with the following law. Said described certificate embrace Bradfor COUll'1 ,

s their regular meeting next Hondo y Society of the Methodist Brownlee, Mrs. G. W. Alderman Mrs. Johns received gifts Mrs. Andrews was assisted In property alt. 10- many ----
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afternoon at 330.: Circle No. J 1 I. Church Monday afternoon, at her and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. I from her friends and relatives who entertaining her class by Mrs. Jes- 'r- -- _
t R with Mrs. E C. Priest as cede home on North Walnut Street. Circles Nos. 1 and 3 had chargeof
wished her sie Mae Blakely, Mrs. W. E. Thorn-
rf many more happy
will be entertained at the home i Radiance roses, coral vine and the program Tuesday afternoon, ton and Miss Ollie Marr. ()
r, ; Mrs. W, J. Epperson; Circle No. 2: golden glow arranged In vases and Mrs W. H. Perkins, Mrs. E. W. birthdays. [ :
I Iwrro.
Those present were: About thirty people enjoyed Clover Farm
t will meet at the home of the leadelMrs. : wall baskets added to the charm Hayes, Mn J. M. Brownlee and Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Johns and this pleasant young affairS Store

atest;; L. O. Powell; and Mrs. E. I.. of the rooms where the guests were Mrs. J. H. Lord taking part. family Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns .rw
will be hostess to member s seatd. at the
Biggs Wednesday evening regu-
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Smith
4l j., t of Circle No. 3, with Mrs. E. W. The circle leader, Mrs J. \V. An- lar mid-week prayer service, Mrs.. Comer Perryman SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
Johns and children, Mr. and Mrs. SATURDAY
Hayes as leader. drews, conducted a business session A. M. Darby, president of the cir- Celebrates Birthday ,
Wesley Johns, :Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
Recently the two circles of th,e and also led In the devotional servo cles, assisted by a group of the B. ley Hodges and children, Mr. and I Monday afternoon from 3.30: to AND MONDAYFLOUR
society were divided: into three clr e ice. Mrs. George W. Kenley was Y. P. U. boys and girls, put on a
Mrs. Green Moody !and family, Mr. 6:00: o'clock Comer Perryman was
ti's' cles, and below is a lIet of th.e In charge of the program. Duringthe very Interesting program which and Mrs. J. A. Moody and daughter host to a number of his little Guaranteed, 2,t Lbs,____95c 12 Lbs! ,

r ;dl members of each circle: social period the hostess, as- closed the week of prayer services.B. :: Cleve Brannen, Miss Bonnie friends at the home of his parents, SALT 2 Pkgs. ________5c CATSUP 1.t-oz bot. lie

,y Circle No. 1-Mrs. E. C. Pries!, slated by Miss Kate Struth served Turner, all of New River section: Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, PICKLES Sweet, or Dill Qt. Size____ 10c

r ., { l leader; Mrs. F. G. HemlngwajMrs. light refreshmnta to the following Y. P. U. Entertained I Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Thomas and the occasion being hill eighth birth- Tall MILK ___,_____::__6c Small, 3 for He
J. H Pitts, Mrs. H. H. Carroll!, guest: Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. Friday evening on the lawn of lOe27c
I ,; I daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Romle day anniversary.The Maxwell House COFFEE Lb. ___ ___
d Mrs. H D. Hemingway, Mrs. J. H{, T. J. Griffin, Mrs. A. W. Anderson, the First Baptist Church, membersof Johns of Jacksonville. young folks were entertained PINEAPPLE, No. 2 Can Sliced 2 Cans. _
Lord, Mrs. F. B. Johns, Mrs Lloy< on the lawn by Mrs. Perryman, Salmon, 2 Large Cans____2.jc:
,, + 1 t Green Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Stockwell Mrs. L. S. were entertained the Woman's
dy by
I New River W. 1\1. S. and several games and contests Potatoes 10 Lbs. _____.._ .25c
Feeler" Hutto, Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. O. L.
8. F. Hamrick Mrs. W. A. Missionary Society.
Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Mrs. C. L, Haynes, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. G. Games were enjoyed during the To Meet October 11 were enjoyed. Meal\ 10 Lbs. ______.____ _19c ,..

,\J Clark, Mrs. L A. Reynolds, Mrs, IV Kenley and Mrs. J. F. Colley. i evening and this pleasant affair The Woman's Missionary Union ments Late of In Ice the afternoon and cake refresh- Grits, 10 Lbs. ________ __ 23c
cram were
David Sllcox Mrs. G. H. Bennett,, Mrs L. D. Vining and Mrs. E. K. i was enjoyed by all the class. Mrs. of the New River Baptist Association served. Palm Olive Soap, 2 bars. _13c C ,

2 ar +k, i Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. W. II. Perkins Perryman entertained Circle No. 2, R. A. Thomas, leader of the Inter- will meet next Wednesday! favors. Lollypops were given as liard water Soap 5bars___13c i A -, :"

4 i Mrs. Hardy Williams, Mrs. G, at Mrs Vining's home, which was I mediate B. Y P. U., and :MIss Pau- October 11, at 1:00 pm. at Pine Comer received I Octagon Soap & Pow. 5 for 13c ,w--
m} .yi 4' A. Anderson, Mrs. E. F. Johns,, tastefully decorated with the line Priest leader of the Juniors, Grove Church.All from his many friends. Octagon Cleanser 3 for_ _13c dr'01he
birthday gifts
1 Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs. R. R, graceful coral vine and other fall were assisted by a committee from women of this association are HUTTEK. Lb. -------.-- _23c -* Best food.

1kQ 4 Hutchlnga, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, lowers. the society in entertaining. urged to be present at this meetIng Diabetes mentality Is up fifty- I [LAUD 3 Lbs. ____ ______25c Pound Pkg. ISc

'' Mrs. T. A. Mcrnereau, Mrs R A. Mrs. Vlning, the circle leader Refreshments of lemonade and ,' as the Installation of officers eight per cent in the last thirty I Best Grade WHITE BACON, Lb.___ __

&,# Thomas, Mrs. E. E. Canova, Mrs, presided' over a business session, cake were served will take place at that time. years. _a --- -.----- !C
p Orle Wiggins, Mrs. D. Kite and after which Mrs. J. W. White conducted --- -- -- ----- ----
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Mrs. Charles Gorman. -- -
f the worship service, assistedby -' -'- _.'_"'-iQiV
4 t Circle No. 2-Mrs. L.. G. Powell,, > Mrs. H. B. McLendon. In closing -
leader; Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mrs. the worship service Miss Ruby

((1 WM ;: Charles Overstreet, Mrs. G. P. Ray Kilpatrick read "0 Master, Let Me
{y'' mond, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Jack Walk With Thee" The subject of

r Jones, Mrs. W N. Johnson, Mrs. J. the program was "Winning Japan
t r D. Doyle, Mrs. H. B. Alford, Mrs. Through Education," and this subject -
w G. W. Alderman Mrs. L. W. Kick- was discussed by Mrs. L. A.

1 liter, Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Mrs. W. Davis' Mrs. W. G. Halle, Miss Amelia t

i ;! B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. Nat Williams, Ray and Mrs. Sam Anderson. Let's Golornadoes!
Mrs. T. M. Hutchlnga Miss Etta Light refreshments were served,by

', + Tison, Mrs. S. G. Lewis, Mrs. F. F. Mrs. Vining Mrs.O. L. Beasley and

b +. Flume, Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. Annie Miss Ruby Kilpatrick. i

+ Richard, Mrs. E. D. Card, Mrs. J. Attending this meeting were

D. Goodman, Mrs. A. F. Murrhee, Mrs. W. H. Struth, Mrs. J. W.

ti: Mrs. W. M. Edwards, Mrs. Fay Gill, White, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs.
\ Mrs. F. O. Peterson and Mrs. 1#. L. IV. G. Halle, Mrs. H. B. McLendon,

t Brownlee. irs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. W. A Bes-

d Circle No. 3-Mrs. E. W. Hayes' sent Jr., Mrs. O. B. Searing, Mrs. I FIRST GAME .
leader; Mrs. Roy Edwards, Mrs. J. Sam Anderson, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, SECOND GAME
/ M. Brownlee, Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., Miss Amelia Ray and Mrs W. P.
', Mrs. R. A. Newsom, Mrs. O., J. Smith. ''Ir

r }I' ; Griffin, Mrs. J. L. Silcox, Mrs. .

j"" i Ralph Alvarez, Misses Amy and CHRISTIAN CIIUKCII B. H S. 'B.

t ,'Ia ':r Ethel Moore, Mrs. George B. Flynn, "The Conversion of Soul" will be H. S.
4' { Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Mrs. W. L. ar
tl' he subject of the
,; Wall, Mrs. A. H. Johns, Mrs. P, E. sermon Sundayat
Canova, Mrs. A. J. Griffis, Mrs.,C. 11:00: am. at the Christian /

Nftl R. Clarke, Mrs. Charles Powell, Church. All are Invlt'd to attend.W. 12 77o k

Mrs. O.'A.Andreu: Mrs. A.E. WaU. E. DAUGHERTY ,
';e I, ,' Mrs. J. I.. Simmons, Miss Lois Edwards u e
$ ; Mrs. E. L, Biggs, Mrs. Pate
Gasaett, Mrs. Warren Perkins, Mrs. j .
e .
t :Joe Edwards! and! Mrs. C. 'A. AGAINST REPEAL e


; U. D. C. Officers \ t !
BECAUSE our children and citizenship i
Elected For Year
1 have a right to be protected -

i > The W. T. Weeks Chapter, from the vices and temptationsthat ,

t United Daughters of the afternoon Confe at racy would be put before them. o w 8 ? ? ata v,

;Y : met Wednesday BECAUSE the city, county, state
: 1, the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. and national governments should -
Beasley, the Joint hostesses being Pte
not sell their citizenship and children -
Mrs. Beasley, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Into SLAVERY for revenue.
Mrs. J.W Andrews. Ice
BECAUSE. beer wine and liquor
al The living room where the guests
have, caused more CORRUPTION Isor
i t assembled was attractively deqo- WE'RE BEHIND
*Sc rated with pink radiance roses, than anything else.
antlgnon, ageratum and wild gyp-
. sophlla.r BECAUSE the liquor business Is r
We do not need but
wrong. repeal
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee presidedover IIto
the meeting and annual, reports

were given by the treasurer, BECAUSE our children,' mothers,

c ;}' registrar, historian and chairman fathers, husbands friends and citizens !-
i r of the cemetery committee. should be cared for, rather Everybody Out For The

Election\ o{ off er" resulted as than a few rich brewers and saloon Game 1

,, J f follows: President, Mrs, .O.' L keepers. .

Beasley; first vice-president, Mrs.J. BECAUSE: the 18th Amendmentput t'
M. Brownlee; second vice-presi! out of their damnable business

# h dent Mrs. L. G. Powell; secretary, 70,000 saloons. Repeal will set up Friday Afternoon

c Miss Amelia Ray; treasurer, Mrs.J. a saloon on every corner.
E. Wilson; historian, Mrs. H. B. it
Miss Oliver BECAUSE' the $3,000,000,000 national -
+ ; McLendon; registrar,
S drink bill must be paid out t
Ray. ..
of the needs of children and the
the our
half hour
hostesses During, the assisted social by Mrs. H. B. American homes. If It goes for Starke Ice Company J. M. Alvarez Standard Oil Company C. A. Knight J. W. Andrews Jr. ks
Adklns drink It cannot be spent for groceries ,
? McLendon and Mrs. A. Z. ,

v t ; ad served course.a beautifully appointed sal-- BECAUSE and other 26 million needs. automobilesand W. E. Bryant Stand. Service Sta. Edward's; Market A. H. Green H. C. Wall'

', 4 The chapter was Invited to meet the liquor business cannot operate I of
In November with Mrs. W. L. Wall and Bradford
together give the public County Telegraph
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, at the home' Its right to safety. Quality Store E. L.'Biggs Shell Petroleum Corp. _
of the former.
i q ECAl'SE prohibition with a halfhearted
Chapter members present beside
t ) p the hostesses, Mrs. Beasley, Mra. enforcement, has reducedthe CanovaPhannacy a Guff Life Ins. Co. Strickland's Serv. Sta.
consumption: of liquors to one- a
Andrews and Mrs. Biggs, were' TIP TOP GROCERY
third Its former consumption.
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. E. K. Per-
? ryman, Mrs. W. G. Halle, Mrs.J1.. BECAUSE George Washington! Rachel's Dave's Service Sta. Stump's Store ,
l A.Davis, Mrs. E. S. Matthews,Mrs. Bald: "The source: of all EVIL and at
y'' Ir, L F. Chapman Mrs. H. B. McLen- RUIN, OF HALF the working menthe IS WITH YOU TORNADOES

fa don Miss Madge Middleton, ,Mrs.J. of country is DRINK." Abraham J. & R. Store Green's DairyMarguerite's W. E. Middleton CI

M. Brownlee Miss Amelia Ray, Lincoln said: "Liquor la not athing i

Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs. J.: M. to be cultivated, but a cancer We Are Running the This
Same Sale
Brownlee, Mrs. L. G. Powell and to be eradicated Henry Ford said: N. Sternberg Shoppe Starke Dry Cleaners r
Mrs. W. E. Torode. "Only on one condition can the nation FRIDAY AND SATURDAYr 3u

let booze come back. That III.that .
Woman's Club Meets we are willing to abolish mod- Clover Farm Store W. E. Torode Starke Stave Mill That we had last Friday and SaturdayNUCOAplBLb..l5c d

Wednesday AfternoonThe ern industry and the motor car." 68

regular meeting of the BECAUSE a vote for 'repeal Is a Perle's Beauty Shop A. J. Griffis Denmark
Woman's Club will be held at the vote against your children, the Co. phi
home the church, the school, our
club house next Wednesday afternoon
state, our nation, and civilization
r The at speaker 3:00: o'clock.for the afternoonwill itself. I Hart Furniture Co. A. J: Thomas Starke Telephone Co. % itt

be Supt. L. F. Chapman of the BECAUSE a vote for repeal would I a..gb.d. Set

State Farm, and after the regular bring prosperity to the undertaker, !
Starke Carl Johns
r, buslnesa Bakery Electric Shoe ShopSmith BEST FOODS Thur
meeting a reception will the saloon keeper and the brewer MAYONNAISE I
be given for the teachers of Brad- only. .

ford High School with Mrs. .AUZ.Adklns Pint Jar .. ,__ 25c '.Pint Jar 15c I
Bradford 'Hdw. Co. Bank of Starke Service
chairman of the school I VOTE FOR 67 DRY DELEGATES Station

committee Hostesses in for charge.this meeting are,.: I Bradford County I Fresh Tub BUTTER, Lb_____. .21 I .
Gulf Refining Co. Magnolia Cafe 3 Friends Barber I
) O. L. Haynes, Mrs. O. L. United Shop _
,4 la Beasley, Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mrs Glen ---------------- ---- as
.4 l !s B. Searing and Mrs. W. F. Jones. Forces i iT



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: Sachet Revival Most Interesting of Charming t t FAVORITE IV

rIBits oi Victorian Customs r Being Restored to roman<: RECIPES

Perfume in Powder Form e i
IDeal Nev }
Meal For Use in Wardrobe ,'+ OFBRADFORD

ctt'l With Linens. a'kI COUNTY' ; '

Concerning Our People, Business and $a --

Progress of the County and Town. Counselor, National Beauty Institute HOUSEWIVES

shirtwaists, roller .
1 BICYCLES and dibs on hats; I "Ai

I flounces, petticoats, cotton FAVORITE BREAD RECIPES
I S joyner of Lake Butler was Mr. and Mrs J. C, Robinson and frocks-and SACHET .

bere Monday.avid family of Apopka spent the week- Revival of the

'Isltor end at their cottage at Kingsley moment! Who r Royal Phltudolphln Cinnamon Dunn ly, then add egg well beaten, balance -
Lake. shall say that we salt.
W. Moore of Lawtey was z are not trekking Three cups of flour, two table- of flour gradually
all the flour Is added, or
Monday. ; back In wholesale of When
Litor here y spoonfuls of sugar, one teaspoon
Mrs George B. Flynn has beenin fashion to enough to make a dough that can
salt, six: teaspoons of baking pow
TTo. May of Hampton was Manning, S. C., this week visit- the Aga of Innocence der, one egg, two tablespoonfuls be handled turn on board and '

fstarke Irs. Monday afternoon. ing her husband, who is employed t ? With a shortening two-thirds cup of wa- knead lightly and thoroughly using
there. St slight; difference, as little flour in kneading as po sl-
perhaps. A 1933 ter, one-half cup brown sugar two bowl. 5
In well
ble. Place greased
Saxon of Hampton was a color quirk to teaspoons of cinnamon and six tablespoons -
V e
[ Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes of the bicycle rim I of raisins. Cover and net In warm place, free v' !

tor here Lake Butler were in Starke Satur- _t A modernized of from draught, to rise about two S K 3 ,
I i Sift two tablespoons sugar
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. slenderness to hours. When light, form into small
day visiting
Kirk Lewis of Apopka was Luciil. Fi.u. frock and petticoat I with flour, salt and bilking pow biscuits the size of a walnut. Place

,ting friends here Saturday. Hayes.Mr. Nevertheless, a revival of endearing der; rub shortening In lightly; add one Inch apart, In well greased I ,
old charms and endearing beaten egg to water and add, slow doublein
shallow Let rise until "il
and Mrs. J. S. Balsden and pans.
,!axle Carter of Highland was a old customs U being restored to ly. Roll out one-fourth Inch thickon bulk (about half an hour), Then I
of Lake
City were fiesta
family ( board brush with soft
here Saturday. woman. ;
!DOSS Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. The eachet revival intrigues! the ened butter; sprinkle thickly with brush with egg and milk, and bake
; ten minutes In hot oven. it
Balsden. Interest, especially. A charming brown cinnamon and raisins.
L Cason of Raiford was 'at- custom It ever there was sugar. Mrs. W. E Mlddleton,

ling cc, business here Monday Miss Mary Lee Wynn of Hamp- one. The Djer-Kiss people tell me Roll as six for jelly roll. Have butter prepared Starke, FloiiUa. o

that their sachet Is a terrifically big tablespoons
ton was in Starke the first of the
T and Mrs. D. W. Kelly of New week visiting! Mr and Mrs. J. T. seller Other manufacturers verify creamed with six tablespoons of Next ueek the Telegraph will Id ,
were visitors here Saturday. the sachet revival. All of which In- brown sugar. Spread this mixtureon print FiuorlteVuffIQ mid Muffin
or '
Quigley. dicates that time will never dim the bottom and sides of Iron baking I&'
Send' In.
Itet'Ie.s.| ono<< ,
Gainesville lovely art of tucking linens away In pan, or an iron skillet will do. Cut
un T Dell of was Miss :Mary Canova spent MondayIn heavenly-scented closets! withdraw- dough into ono and one-half Inch --

nJIng to business here Monday. Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. In? handkerchief and glove from
and with cut edges
pieces place up
J. J. Canova and Mr. and :Mrs. F. case and box, to which clings a
1 Rltch Jr. Is on pan. Allow to stand fifteen min- NAT SEZ )i'
'r.1 I Hamilton A, Canova. fragrance, elusive, sweet delightful.Not :
,jing a visit with relatives In early-Victorian the custom en r utes and bake in a hot oven at 423

tirely. Some of us may easily recall degrees F. for twenty-five min- B f. \
.pa Howe and Miss! Lu- -I"NM-
Miss Carolyn the popular Christmas gift ot handkerchief world with smile utes. Remove from pan at once, Well folks I where the merchants j r
of Made and dressed Gloria Swanson greets the a see
cille Plummer Lawtey spent case and glove box with its up up. turning upside down to nerve. I
C. C. Butler of In of towns r
preaentatlve some the big 4, t
River was a visitor to Starko Friday in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. wee sachet pillow tucked down in Drawers for stockings! Shoe boxes! sachet holders Or, If you're too busy Makes eight large buns. around are advertising their fall

R. A. Newsom. one corner. Also the fascinating Hat boxes, colorfully rhlntzed.( day for needle-plying, take your bit of Mrs. Celia I. Manassa, fashion festivals ..1
day blue-ribboned sets of tiny sachet chintz or cretonne screens to pro. cotton, hide sachet In Its folds and ''
Mrs. Beulah Hunt and father, pillows for distribution! through lingerie tect the hanging dresses. The only tuck in among your apparel. Thus, Starke, Florida. but before you < C t ,

Irs! T W. Shuler and son ot: the Ovid Haynes, of Hampton spent drawers and closet. A charm thing left to perfect\ this closet easy renewal ot your sachet scenting good people begin rl'

te Farm were visitors here Monday In Starke with Mr. and Ing gift due, on Its own merit, for dream of every woman's life is the may be performed. Ice Box Roll running offt08oznebody '
a hearty revival. take advantage of the + i
may Mrs. P. J. Pearce. sachet Introduction Porfuma in Anyway, One-half cup sugar, one table-
Appeal That Never Fells powder form, they;rail It. 'VI call It sachet vogue. Scent your clothes! elne'a celebration -
of of flour two
and Mrs. Pate Gassett were What after all, is more soul- the gods' perfect"Rift to wcmen. hangers. Scent your hat boxes. Slip spoon salt one cup not
Ir! Geneva Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the State soothing than to fling open a closet Lasting tossing pLa.'1ng. The Ideal a little In the hat lining If you do heaping teaspoonfuls of shortening why

tors to Lake Sunday Farm was here Wednesday attend- door and be greeted with a subtle way to achieve ore 1'nTle: harmonious not use a box. Your hair will be two cups of boiling water. look around the

moon ing a meeting of the W. T. Weeks fragrance, or open a bureau drawer scent thrco-'I"''<"'t n wardrobe, nicer. Scent handkerchief, glove and Mix the above Ingredients with old homo town t

Chapter, U. D. C. from which emanates.an odor clean the Ambition of toctn)-'. very chic stocking box-delicately, of course. the hot water and when cool add -
L. Geiger of Green Cove and sweet wort a n. Tuck somewhere about your persona 5t'csmerchantshere

lugs: was a prominent visitor Carlyle Rltch, who spent the Today, our clothes closets are I' What fun to he party to another wee bit of cotton, sachet sprinkled, cake two well that beaten has eggs been and dissolved one yeast In may not P )

Tuesday. miracles of architectural efficiency. current rE'r: : r:: 'tnz. Use up for that elusive appeal that never have as
f past month here with his parents, one-half of water. Then quite
: Built In drawers for "undies. I bits of HTVB is falltl. I Iut1J cup warm I
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, has returned work as much flour as you can In many how windows -
.ate's Attorney A. S. Crews is to Chicago.Mr. until Illi some of the Mg fellows, +
with a Put In Ice box
ding this week in Perry at- T. J. Poppell of Lakeland, Col. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. THIS 1'IXJ spoon. and 'we may not bow and say s
ready to use. (Will keep four or
'.Ing court. and Mrs. J. C. Poppell of Plant T. Long spent the week-end in Ba- "Good modom! when
and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Another thing you probl1blydldn.t five days in ice box.) Roll out and morning,
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reale conton, Ga., with their mother, walk Into stores, but vte'ro
little daughter, Jo Ann, of Lawtey City know before is that besidesthe cut with biscuit cutter, dipping you our 1. h
r. and Mrs. D. L. Hicks of Wal- spent Sunday in Starke with Mr. and little daughter, Jennie Lou of Mrs. W. T. Jackson. They were NRA, we have the CCC (Civilian each roll In melted lard and placeIn Just' as festive an the rest of them (

i ere visiting friends here lion- and Mrs. O. A. Andreu. Lake City were week-end guestsof accompanied back to Starke by Conservation Corps), PWA to rise. Allow two hours to -and we have the fashions, too.. S '

afternoon. J. H. Poppell and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Flora Belle Jackson, who will (Public Works Administration), rise pan before baking. i

I Mrs. E. R. Neff of Jacksonville Warren Perkins.Mr. enjoy a visit with them. RFC (Reconstruction Finance Corporation ot course, If what you want fa a

and Mrs. P. A. Crosby of was in Starke Friday afternoon ), FERA (Federal Emer- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, lot of bowing and scraping, I'll do y'

iker were visiting friends inpa I! visiting :Mrs. A. S. Crews at her and Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and chil gency Relief Administration ), Starke, Florida my best to please, although I'm not

Monday. home on Walnut Street. Miss Lena Belle Shepard spent dren, who have been residing In HOLC (Home Owners Loan Corporation as young as I used to be, and It's, '
Nut Bread
I Sunday in Hilllard with Mrs. James Miami for the past two years, have ), FCOT (Federal Coordinator Quirk getting harder to bend every year.

r 1, and Mrs. Hiram Faulkner of I Mrs. William Norris and Miss Shepard and Miss Cleo Shepard. recently moved back to Starke, and of Transportation), Four cups of white flour, well But If you don't care about that \

r Geneva were visitors tote Floience Wood visited Mrs. Norris' They were accompanied back to for the present are guests of Mrs. FFCA (Federal Farm Credit Ad- sifted; two cups of milk, one cup hooey, and are simply looking for t"

: Saturday. daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hillman, of' Starke by Miss Cleo, who is en- Peek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. ministration), TVA (Tennessee of chopped nut meats, onethirdcup good merchandise at low prices .

Ocala Sunday and Monday. joying a several days' visit at the Darby, at Kingsley Lake. Valley Authority), AAA (Agricul sugar, four teaspoonfuls bak- just give us a chance. We offer
(r, and Mrs. R. A. Newsomt Knight home. tural Adjustment Administration), ing powder, one teaspoonful salt for your approval- r''

t Sunday afternoon with rela- I Mr. and Mrs. George A. Gardiner Canova, on Walnut Street. SAB (Science Advisory Board), and two eggs well beaten. A Brand New Line of

s In Hampton. I spent Sunday in Hastings with Friends of Mr. and Mrs J. S. FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Mix all in pan thoroughly. Allow FALL DRESSESSelected
John J. Canova of Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington and Balsden and family, who have recently Corporation), CSB (Central Statistical to rise one-half hour. Then by Mrit Sternberg In New ;

P Wadsworth, naval stores busl- Mr. and Mrs. Zach Roberts. moved from Daytona Beachto who with his brother, F. A. Ca Board). No wonder the man place in baking pan and bake forty York"",, They are sue good an can be d R Rbought
itor of Hampton, was a
here 'I Lake City, and who were guestsof nova, are owners of the Johnson In the street is confused.-Sanford minutes. for the price which 1 Is'- )
Tuesday.pt. Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith Mr. Baisden's parents, Mr. and Drug Co. in the University City, Herald. Contributed. $5.95 '

R. C. Heiberger of Key- and daughter, Miss June Smith, Mrs. W. W, Balsden, en route to was in Starke Monday, and was ..1 Just got In some cute dresses)which 1 1i H

e Heights was a visitor to are occupying one of the Flume Lake City, will be interested to accompanied back to Gainesvilleby CAR OF THANKS Lunch !toll.Repeated .* know! .you will like-price I In-

ke Tuesday afternoon. apartments on Call Street. know that Mr. and Mrs. Baisden his wife and young son, John J. We wish to express our thanks ( ) $1.98And

have purchased the stock of the Jr., who have been residing with and gratitude to each of our If you would rather sew-I p

and Resale) Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and son, Lake City Furniture Store. Mr. Canova's mother, Mrs. E. E. friends who so kindly assisted us One cake of compressed yeast, want to say we have some of the i'' pt4 I
land R. Waters Pltner returned to their home in ------- one and one-fourth cups of milk,
during the sickness and death of prettieat Fall piece goods I've ever
>n of Brooker were business scalded and cool
Marianna after a visit ; one tablespoonful
our father. We een-price* arn-
(tfs here Monday afternoon. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. In ", husbandand floral of- of sugar, one teaspoonful of salt, A( 4 t
29c 59c and 69c
I W AMerman. and the four cups of flour, two tablespoonfuls And .. 11 "
VACATIONS ferings services of Dr. mnr, dune r. w. sell Hitdill1'nKerna
r, and Mrs. Charles Imbach melted shortening, ....... .
Biggs, who did all In his power to one egg. -II yea mad a d.. *

1 in Lake Geneva Sunday aft- I R. T. Osteen, A. B. Surrency, J. relieve our dear one's suffering. This recipe will enable you to start ttr In .your.''nM life Mol'>you ll'..will' 'h.nulrklr,. ...,.t a. tears lltlUm.r ,
J. A. t
00 i visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Baxter, Wallace Crews, Alvin andHEALTH May God bless you all. your rolls as late as 9:30: a.m. and : .but tmrr'r t worth a ...11... lot yY vieSTERNBERG'S 1

demons aad A. E. Surrency of the Mrs. Madison! Hall and Children, serve them warm and crisp at coo 'it PAYS TO SHOP AT S

Brooker section were attending to noon.
Thereasa, Florida.

business here Monday.Mrs. Dissolve yeast and sugar In luke ,
NT ,
A WORD The army In Portugal Is raised warm milk. Add shortening and r .

A. D. Williams of Braden- by conscription. two cups of flour. Beat thorough Starke FloridaSPECIALS
ton, :Mrs. Winston Carter of By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES ;, ,

COLUMN Gainesville and J. C. Richard of Eminent Authority onrf Chief Medical/ l DirectorNM4 -- --n_ -._.-._____,_ .L _
Vorli Ltlff tw.s...,.C'fffn/iany
Miami have been recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop.
| truck; long wheel base; dual HOT WEATHER HAZARDS

.in; large rims and 32x6 tires.
Miss June Smith, daughter
f than one month old and less SOME people spend their vacations at home. If they use a measure of
Junius who has been
1,000 miles. Carries newt Smith sense about it, they may get more real benefit from their holiday
ing several months in Jacksonville, than the who their time In mad
guarantee. Starke Stave period people spend a whirl of exercise andtravel PROGRAMBEGINNING

Starke, Fla. 10-6-tf ,has returned to Starke and has en- and: return. to their work .exhausted. Many of the tarn rules to be 241bs. SNOW WHITE !
tered Bradford High School. followed by people who spend their OCTOBER 6 I ___ __90c

AYED Black mare mule, vacations at home can also be appliedby the fan. Electric fans' should also 3 Ibs. Swift's JEWEL LARD tIAlII'

coded 20." Please notify Sam Walter Baxter of Birmingham, those who must work during: the be kept out of reach of little BngerelBaths : FRIDAY SATURDAY ______23c

'tehead Ala., was visiting friends in Starke summer time. 5 Ibs. SUGAR-
Lake Butler Fla. Itp "Secret
Friday afternoon en route home of the Blue Room"to ? ? -______25c '

SALE-Fifty head of hogs, after a visit in Brooker with his Above all don't try to do too much At least one bath a day Is advisable mar MrM'rr! With Drum 3 No. 2 cans TOMATOES 25c +6
__ _
during hot weather, either at work orat ______
f Sizes. C. A. Griffis, Starke, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter during the summer Dot only for the Gloria Stuart Lionel Atwlll

2t. possible.play. Get Use out the of parks doors as and much playgrounds as- sake of cleanliness\ but also for Paul Lukas BACON PLATES, Ib.-- -- _________7c
comfort. A tepid bath, between 80 Special Added
Attraction Or*. S
|EX-Oats' Rye Onion seed and Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks and and your children.city provides If for you and 00 degrees temperature, is an rtnirOI 5 Ibs. Fancy IRISH POTATOES17cFULL
*, your possible, get: TIIM MFAHR
Peas, and a variety excellent way to obtain relief and Is
Miss Kitty Hogsed returned Mon- into the country during the daytime.Go JIMMY: LIVINGSTON'S CREAM
II seeds; also syrup and lard far better than one that Is too coldi CHEESE, Ib_______ 18c
where they were
day Tampa to bonpbnU to the
or sea-
games ll-Piere Vandprbllt
White's Long: immersion In a cold balk Hi ills Orch..traThelma
[ Store. 3t110d20SALEIvllseloaary | account of the death of shore and mnurh' Best Sliced
on ret Wp.Don't Bacon Ib. ti
the surface of the body and ('CO"< ui* Roc, Torch Singer _________20c
f ;;'j ;; strawber- Mrs. Parks' father, Drt Robert E. expose yourself too freely to the organs.Be TIlE MALE VOCAL TRIO

I*Plants, by bed or by thousand. Reed. the sun at first, but acquire a tan careful getting In and out of and SECURITY FEEDS[

cheap. M. Rhoden, Starke gradually. Excessive sunburn fa not the bath tub. Don't leave> cake of Nolan Canova, Dixie's Sweetest
and Mrs. William Norris returned -
IG-6i2tpllO-13| extended only painful, but may cat1, .- gears, soap In the tub or you may step on It Crooner

t'ONARY=' strawberry Plants trip to Friday the Century from an of Progress serious Illness and even des' and batb have towel a severe rubber fall. Spread a WE BUY CHICKENS and EGGS-Pay 3c Below Jack- i ,k, J {
or mat the
23 Per thousand, grown from Exposition; also visited relative. in Alcoholic beverages<< not only fall bottom of the tub to avoid slipping on SUNDAY MONDAY sonville/ Market for Eggs
b '
let plants. Merritt &: Henry, Indianapolis Chicago, Washington, to cool the body but actually increase Never reach out of bath tub TUESDAY Victor

Oak, Fla 9.15: |4tpl10-8;. | D. C., and Vienna, Ga. lit heat. Sweet foods and meats and touch any electrio your connection Janet Gaynor Warner. Baxter Laying Mash-____ _____$2.85
should be eaten moderately. Rely (e.... ., "Daddl Lo.a L...")
This Blue F
or appliance. It .
SALBJ exceedingly Jay Lay Mash
Missionary Strawber- Congressman R. A. Green was in more upon green vegetables and dangerous.: Is -- __ __ ___ __$2.50
Piants, by bed or by the thou- he ad- fresh fruj &. "Paddy, The Next DestThing' Feed
where Dairy
Lake City Friday, 24
These plants are grown on per cent-_________$2.25 { t {
dressed the Lake City Rotary Club Be sure that waste matter Is
round and from fresh fur'SOck. This it Dt4 ilmentk in a sense A'... Dairy Feed 20
at a luncheon at the Blanche HoteL eliminated from the body regularly, per cent __ $2.10 '
I have the plants and of 12: artidtt on rotation* and NEWSREEL and BETI'Y ROOFWEDNESDAY -- ___ ; ;
teed Mr. Green spent the remainder of once or twice a day. It is sometimes
to raise some berries for HtalA. Tin twelfth, on Bun.ttrokt Best Shorts '
with friends. hard to maintain a regular schedule
there $1.85
the day ------- _
text.eaaon. and Hen Proitralian -- ---
will -
See me or write on a vacation, particularly U you do <. THURSDAY Best a'
"W tht Scratch
A.expected acreage, we can CoL and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- any traveling, but It .. most important answer giHthont- TIIP5 OLAMOIIOIH Feed -- ______ -- -- __$1.90 ; ?
J. CPJFFIS. 8-18U that do I. What ...
Land, and Miss Betty Mace and you to people most susceptible CAROLE LOMBARD .it

",PEDERA LAND BANK 14 Miss Mary Brownlee students of Many accidents occur In the home can U be to prevented sunstroke 3.S.What How la S. J
for Women hot weather from "Brief Moment"With R. JOHNS
offering some attractive Florida State College during people first aid measures should be ;Ji'i'

and ter is on farms in Tallahassee will spend the week moving or adjusting an electric fan practiced oo a victim , Adak &. write or see Au- end in Starke with :Miss Brownlee's while it Is stttl running. Always ? Gene Raymond and Donald Cook PHONE

8p' !al Real Estate parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- make sure that the blades have A... 45 STARKE, FLA. ? .

Il14tI, Starke stopped revolving before touching: .. ';. MM TWO GOOD COMEDIES I
Florida. 9-13-tf: lee. Jm" M. X.U J. C J II I

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___ __ .__ _. _n __ n_' ..' ___ >On ___n_______ ____ .___..__ __ ___.__.. ___ ___ __ .. _n. ______ __________ .____0--- -----_ .- ------------- --- OCTon".".... 6, 19
proved most satisfactory Is made quired to present the same duly authenticated '
Bean Losses Due To '
Hints i To HousewivesWeekly of one pound lead arsenate, three to the County Judge of' ucae d la..
Bradford County., Florida, at his office w.
lime and fifty
Insects Checked By pounds of hydrated ,
Il In the court house In 8t rke.
gallons of water. A dust made

: FARMERS SECTION from name Demonstration -. Spraying Or Dusting six parts lead arsenate to eight within this notice one will year be from held: date In bar hereof thereto or ''

; ; Specialist. Tallahassee parts of hydrated lime has proven and all person Indebted to saidKutnte I
,E : are required to pay name
GAINESVILLE Bean growerscan good. forthwith to the undersigned admin' CtiecfcUp
it'd Conducted Demonstration Agents SELECTING POULTRY If both jasslds and leaf-roUers istratrix.
I by do much to check insect damages This the 28th day of Sept.. 1913. Before touHMUHERABU
Poultry should be plump, com- to their crop by properly appear on the same beans the lead MIRIAM KKAZEE BELCHER.:

pact and the flesh tender and elas- spraying or dusting the plants, according arsenate may be added to the con 9-J99tjll-S4| Qurii, l pl

tic to the touch the skin clear, to Dr. A. N. Tlssot, associate tact spray and both insects con-
smooth, moist and unbroken.The trolled at one application.
entomologist with the Florida i / !am
Too Late To Spray breastbone in a young bird Experiment Station. ansrag HEAVT! LOOEL: 15057 n
should be flexible and the skin record last and heutadx
RURAL The Philippines set a BEST?
The two insects that do most
l Truck For Fungi easily broken when twisted between year when 15,281 visitors landed With adequate Stock Pint
damage to the bean crop are the InraraiK*. be
COMMON the fingers. Joints of the with in AH modem invmnvtu of fa
there, compared 12,747 new, equipmentWe boa >>
Trouble Seen leaf-hopper or jassld, and the leaf. owner is ;miuT|| w'choor.
When wing should yield readily when risk.
@ 'Ie SPUDS JOHNSON roller. The Jassld sucks juice from 1927. are prepared to serve. lainrsace math anT.tnvested
} s 51 MI' -By? turned backward. Young birds the plant and will not be killed by Our service U finer, our IB a boow unjibt\ wt

} v FAltMKIt'M' 1'KA m: KK: KOH GAINESVILLE After fungi show smooth skin dotted with pin covering the plants with poison. I: The textile Industry has made price Is lower.DOREE N--....... +_
SELF RELIANCE to tutu yellow, feathers, while older birds have a woar yoer.......
d MORE have caused plants Since the leaf-roller eats the leavesit great progress in Hungary. Loa lJo/p eW haw. .
a r AND riONEKK SPIRIT wilt, and fall to the ground it Is too long hairs and the neck skin be- is easily poisoned.The & GIDDENS f w..wse parrean.rym"" /ae,
late to the'save the plant by using comes loose and baggy. Soft and CLERKS AI INSPECTORSSPECIAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS
O, Great Spirit of our American fungicides, says Dr. G. F. Weber, smooth feet and legs, with leg jassid Is a greenish insect : RLKCTO.V Pb... S-0.104 Amttnlsmc Berries | HAROLD C. WA

? ,AB forefathers, those noble, brave and plant pathologist at the Florida scales small and toenails sharp. In- about an eighth-inch long and very The Board of County Commissioner JACKSONVILLE FLA. INSURANCE
active. It In slits in of Bradford County at their reg.
of bygone days, look Station. Fungicidesare dicate a young bird. The eyes lays eggs tiny;) '
+ fearless men Experiment ular meeting held In Stark on Mon Starkr, Fl., Braarh Near Depot
not down in scorn upon us of this applied to plants to prevent Infection should be bright and comb red. the mid-ribs or larger veins of the day, September 4th, 1833, appointed t r STARKE. FLORIDA

y fits; c + modern day. While our forefathers by the various parasitic Birds with yellow skin are likelyto bean leaves. The young hatch and the serve following at the Clerk Special' and Election In.p.ctorato to -
suck from the inner tissues of
(I 6 with tbelr equally brave womenfolks fungi, he stressed since trouble is be plump;; those with white sap be held at the several precinct -
T at their aides, dared to face seldom recognized until the para skins are likely to be tender. the leaf, causing it to be dwarfed within Bradford County on Tuesday FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur
October 10th 1933; a* per House Bill
and affected
and conquer the wilderness, with its site is firmly established and it is Bruised, dry or purplish skin Is an yellowish. Badly No. Ii, Section e. Act 19331 Many Years Experience Makes It Possible
$ lurking Redskins, concealed and too late. indication of careless dressing or plants will produce no pods. Some I'rerlnrt \rt. J* Lawtry V, to Rnd
t Harold Pearce Clerk T. T. Blackburn EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS
that will the ;
cover jsssld'sbody
S 1 er i deadly vipers, ferocious wild He says that sprays and dusts age. Hard dry, scaly legs, hard sprays J. B. Austin, and O. J. Phillips MODERATE PRICES SERnCE
and suffocate it must be used
forests and breast bone and of Inspector
beasts, untamed plains, the presence long
should be applied to plants as to control it since it sucks juice I'rvclnrt No. 2:, North 1I..rkeF. DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
'' and hairs all of old and ,
overflowing are signs an
treacherous tempests
the A. Scott, Clerk L. J. Green, J.
soon as they emerge through ; STARKE FLORIDA
streams we. In our modern soil, whether in the seedbed or in less tender bird. Buy dry-picked from the plants rather than eatingthe L. Conner, and A. R. Moore\ Inapec.tors. ,
I 'J afraid to meet a few poultry when outside of the leaves. The pyre- .
cowardice, are first .
This .
the field. application I'rrrlnrt N. !a. Sooth stark
trials and tribulations In life. Verily should be followed by other appli- Poultry and game, unless they thrum sprays have proven best for I.. D. Vining. Clerk; W. T. Holaen- -
;fl;( when we stub our toes, we cations often as be requiredto are In cold storage, should not be this purpose in tests at the experi- Sort K. L. Griffin, and A. W. Anderson -
as may Inspector.
clamor loudly and Istlly for relief, keep all new growth of the kept long uncooked. They should ment station. These should be used Prerlnct N<.. 4. Orahnni Wake Your Liver
4 and a great and generous govern covered with the fungicideand be drawn as soon as purchased and according to directions on the can, F. F. Ahernathy, Clerk; J. II. Sur- Up BilWithoul
plants rency, W. T. McEvui' and, L. C.
and Dr. Tlssot
suggests covering
ment rushes to our aid. thus protected from infectionby should be kept in a cool] place. Un- Smith, Inspector
less hen the plants with a canvas or burlap PreHnrf No. 5 Hampton
turkeys are small
The wilderness has been conquered the numerous parasitic fungi. young *
hood Just before they are sprayedto \V. II. Griffin, Clerk; O.V.. Hhame,
i +,J 1 ; and no longer do we have Bordeaux mixture, 2-4-50 form- and plump, cock turkey's are more 13. John, and J. L. William, Inspector Cabin
?i such problems to try our souls in ula, has been used very satisfactorily satisfactory. Geese should have an I prevent the jasslds from flying *. .

i the crucible of pioneering. We have in the seedbeds and on young abundance of pin feathers soft feet away and not getting wet with the John Prerlnct Hall, Clerk No. n!, Tlirrrrmn B. I.. Hlnson, ; this bile
And You'll Out of Bed I. not
and bounds and pliable bills. spray. Jacob Carstensen, and S. R. Swindle, Jump flowing fmlr.
progreoned by leaps plants the strength to be increasedto food doeno-t digest. It '
l at from those noble pioneer -days. We 4-4-50 as the plants develop. There Is more meat In proportionto The leaf-roller Is easier to control I lnspectors.Prerlnet. No. T. New Hirer in the Morning Rarin' to Go bowel G.. bloat. up your .toll1l dens at since its habit of eating: the ; S. L. Crew, Clerk loan Turner, have a thick, bad taite and !
have modern magic our fingertips The spray can be applied to the the amount of bone in fowls ; jour
R. R. Andrew, and E. L. Kelley, In- If you feel sour and sunk and I.I foul akin often breaks out I It '
----electricity, with all its my- plants any time, but preferably weighing five to six pounds than leaf allows one to poison it. Leaf- epectorn. the world looks punk, don't swal iihei. Your head achra and you M.,,
riad uses; steam and gasoline engines when they'are dry. In contrast, there Is in smaller birds. In gen- rollers are the larvae of a bluish Precinct No. 8;, Ilrooker low a lot of salts, mineral water and out. Your whole system U pea.

which work for us night and the dusts such as copper-lime eral. In buying meat, poultry is butterfly which lays tiny bead-like Raud J. D.Crew Baxter, ,and Clerk]M.! ; Levy p. Matheney Prescott,, oil, laxative candy or chewinggum It take* those !good old CAR
day; untold numbers of conveniences should be applied when the plantsare somewhat expensive because of so eggs on the leaves. The eggs hatch Inspector and expect them to make you pound.LITTLE of: LIVER bile PILLS to rot w.

tq, and appliances of which our wet. Dusts such as 60-20-20 much waste. It pays to raise rather and the young make a shelter for Board Q. of W.County IIINSON Commissioner Chairman, suddenly sweet and buoyant and you feel "up and lowing up." They freely eonuii uj ? I IS

;dJyl 1 forefathers never dreamed. Science or 75-29/ can be applied to the than buy poultry for food. Approximately themselves by cutting a slit in the Bradford County, Florida. full of sunshine. derful. harmless, eende) vtgtulfe!
has shown us how to make two plants in any stage of developmentwith ] one-third of a chicken leaf and folding it over. They live I Attest For they can't do it. They only the tracts bile amailac when It comes to an
A. J. THOMAS, Clerk. flow freely.
9JliI4tll01'NO'I'U'I' | | | move the bowels and
a mere movement
by eating portions of the leaves.
blades of grass grow where only very little danger. ia lost in dressing and drawing and doesn't get at the cause. The But don't ask for liver Vila) Ail,
one grew before but we have not another one-third in cooking. Geese All that is necessary to control the TO nKIlTOH AND'] CHBIUTOHS reason for your down-and-out Carter's Little Liver Pills. Look tori,
been content to let the grass grow I Egg Contest Closes and ducks have more waste. leaf-roller ia to cover the plants Notice I I. hereby given that all feeling is your liver. It should name Carter'. Little Liver Fills
t and have cultivated every field iq\ Ducks are, in general Judged as with some poison like lead arse- creditor, distributee and all persons' pour out two pounds of liquid ubstltute.on the red 25*label.at drug Rnent_s
having claim .10
xi sight until we have piled up huge 'I With Fine Record; chickens. The windpipe of a young ,nate. The mixture which has, J. Ii. Frazee! deceased against, are the) hereby Estate re of, bile into your bowels daily. (O1831 C. M. Co.

In surpluses of nearly every agricultural duck is soft and may be easily .c
;7 product; at the same time, New Affair Opened squeezed and moved about, while in ------ -- ------ ;

we have seen the longest bread the older duck It is stiff and fixed.

lines In the history of our country. I CHIPLEY With a record aver- dlal

!p Truly we have progressed at a age of 209 eggs per bird the sev- 1934 Cotton Plan alh

rapid pace. enth Florida National Egg Laying
But now, Great Spirit, we are To Limit
r Contest came to a close here Sep- AcreageIn
I sadly] in need of a new and purposeful IC
tember 21, and the eighth contest
'" i decoration of individual United States Get
d y I got under way October 1 with Your
: It and personal Independence. We about seventy-five pens from Ive
i stand In most vital need of a new and GAINESVILLE cotton ad-
eighteen states Hawaii entered
y and untrammeled spirit of self- justment plan for 1934, as recently
according to a report from E. F,
reliance and manliness. Stanton, supervisor.The announced by Secretary of Agri- IIv
,?. It Is even possible, 0 Spirit, that culture Wallace, contemplates the
we have been worshipping idols contest, which ran for fifty- restriction of cotton acreage\ the
'- and false gods. one weeks, was won by an entry by United States to 25,000,000/ acres
r ; From allot these faults and W. A. Seldel San ,,Antonio, Texas. with farmers being paid a rental Crate Labels te;
This of ten birds turned 102767 Egg
t foibles, we earnestly pray for deUveran pen allowance for the 15,000,000 acres etM
+ <:e. eggs for 2846 points. This is 215/ taken out of cotton according to j
points better than other
any pen A. P. Spencer, vice-director of the
( Cotton producers of the South record ever made here. In the sec- Florida Agricultural Extension

have been saved from ruinously ond place was an entry from Gulf- Service. As with the 1933 plow-up

t'' low prices, possibly the lowest in ,kist Poultry Farm, Ocean Springs, campaign, the cotton plan will be 1

history, by their own co-operation Miss., while another Seidel entry under the,, direction of the extension -
,I in the recent reduction campaign was third and an entry from Pine- > -1 J: I .
6 service and its corps of county '1'
ii to take more than 4,000,000 bales breeze Farm, Callahan, Fla., was I agents representing the U. S. Department .... ,',
of this year's potential crop out of fourth. of Agriculture. .

production, In the opinion of Cully The highest individual record for I C. A. Cobb, chief of the cotton ',1 10jec I

y, A. Cobb, chief of the cotton section the fifty-one weeka wa a 336% adjustment section, has wired Mr.

3, f of Agricultural Adjustment points for 311 eggs, fifteen points Spencer an outline of the program, Under the Florida ;
Administration. higher than last year. This record which contains five principal points. new Egg Classification 'Ci' .,

4 _.__- was made by a bird owned by E. P. First, the new program will allo- el i

The Rainbow Singing convention, Witt, Jacksonville. Thirty birds :cate the acreage by states among

1 ; with members in seven west Texas were kept the full yar at the con- cotton farmers and restrict total Law it is unlawful offer nl.e
to for sale Umt
; counties holds '
Nn 5 singing test because they had a chance to plantings In the, United States to mtor
M aesBlons. lay 300 eggs or get 300 points, and approximately 25,000,000 acres

/ i most of them made the coveted next year. Second, farmers who .e ,
1 In friendship as in business, unless record. at wholesale 34
sign up for restricted production or retail of
5i there is a give and take any case
in The new birds are a fine looking under the new program will receive eggs ,' equal measure on both sides, the bunch and are off to a good start, cash rentals for the land left out .
basis 'Is est
Mr. Stanton says. of cotton on a sliding scale ranging t

--- ---- from $3 to $11 an acre, based on without clearly imprinting thereon or u
e ''eAIt
the productivity of the land.

P! Third, the new program will op-

3 .4 Do You Know? + I erate through county cotton pro-
duction control associations, of securely pasting thereto a label on ad,

of e which the county agent la to be 101 I

executive secretary. Each farmer

who becomes signs a a member production of the agreement associa which shall be printed the name and |..caf C'

p tlon.Fourth
.7 r there will be no plow-up hit

campaign, production being con- address of the
trolled at planting time. packer classification -

Fifth, the big feature In this new Jo:

program, says ]Mr.! Cobb, is the domestic ,. i in

allotment clause which provides to which the us.d
that a producer shall receive eggs belong .

} av A M, approximately parity prices for AF

J e rr that part of next year's crop con-
sumed In the United States. |Seed

Details of the plan are being
worked out. and the extension ahhe

service will be notified of the acre- Place Your Order
r } w u age allotted to Florida for next NOW ble
r Pin
r'k year.Mr. .
y Spencer announced that total tY9
figures for the 1933 cotton adjustment itIth<
'> :; : > : : : : .
campaign show that 4,343 : \ -._; ann
S .
1? fM Florida farmers signed contractsand :" : > .5 5 >

took 22,569 acres out of pro- WithBradford 5 a

( ads duction. The estimated yield on I.,

the acreage taken out of produc- e.'la.

,e } tion was 8,393: bales or approximately
one-fifth of the crop. The
f co-operating farmers are receiving I he.prl.

$263,013.56 in benefit payments.

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6. 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ............ PlXmmft .... _. '
OCTOBER .. .. .. ---- -- r
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i Tate Powell, who had acquired the PITY THE POOH VOTER ON 4

I Economic Highlightsllf I ? habit of not attending the meetings OCTOBER 10
y a,
regularly. One hundred and eighty-two

+4rA! ,4wiu4 BOB JONES oJ had words, names will appear cal the Florida ji
." That Affect the Itlnnrt'nll ,14# The lodge pass prohibition referendum ballot sub- ..
j *. lllilitrnd Chrrlm and 'I'..'", changed from time to time. Some
mitted to voters October 10. ++
i '
% Itlll of Kirry l..d..I-'II.: members were also Free :Masons! I
atonal end In4rnatlunal Prohlemthecpar.ble That's the news from Tallahassee j
OMMENTS Kraut Loral Welfare. Red :Men or Odd Fellows and it
Nord'Is a amp Unto m1 fat, "* a ar 99t0 my p4a-Psalm 11105. (i; ON Starke Florllda. appears that the lodge's rites and !, !
Since the middle of July then ceremonies became so hopelessly Isn't It foolish?
QWDrtit1Uf3JPlfttl All religious teaching, doctrine or HERE ANO has been a definite--but yet nol Sept. 30, 1933. scrambled up with those of the oth Sixty-seven delegates are to be> .

creed U they are to have any claim HEREAFTER.I overly severe--downward trend li Editor Telegraph: mentioned, till the state chosen out of the 182 for the state .
and devotion of the people, must bo in harmony with er lodges
\\i.! love.loyalty general business. The 'usual seasonal The writer has before him a relic had to be called In from convention which Is to cast Pier'r'r
F of Jeaua the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice organizer
?chmlro heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46."NEVER MANLIKE believe that it is altogether August improvement die reminiscent of the days when farm time to time to reinstate the true ida's vote for or against prohibition
human THIS MAN." possible for the everyday, averageman not materialize. What happened ers began to alt up and take noticeof King James' version. ir''
IKE decline, how were being exploited' One hundred and seven of the ? .
to succees in life. We can succeed was that the summer they Alli
and Union counties are Invited to yea this de- When a member of another
ptets of of church activities, organization and announce"snace in spite' of our ancestry. Good which business avoided for a I by the railroads, politicians, manufacturers ance lodge wished to join the names will be those of candidates ;
for news but number of months after it was due, and merchants. In those unpledged either wet or dry. They ,
freely given and no charge made-tho only requirement blood is a good thing, many a I Starke lodge he had to present a ,
\ such item reach this office before Wednesday morning man has success in life who had made a delayed appearance. Ever I rough days they had to work out "demit" or demmit" (it is spelled will be arranged In alphabetical .

that they cannot bo handled for current Issue.CHUKCII poor blood in his veins. A friendof so, there has been extraordinary I their own salvation, having no Webb) whatever order with nothing to show the .
i both by Mr. ,
---- mine told me about his ances- sustained improvement over Uu "brain trust" to pretend to do It ways not voter their Individual stand.

DIRECTORS the synagogues were allowed tc tors. He went back and and back preceding few years. Productionin for them. The relic is the minute in that the meant-though Mr. Mantallnl probably used it. Sixty-seven are pledged wet and !
.sE: 'enforce the Hebrew laws. The further back he went the bet July, according to the Department book of the Starke Farmers Alli- What the initiation and membershIp eight' dry and will be so designated.On .
of Commerce was slxty-eigh'' Lodge, from its organizationMay the others it must be guess-1
Baptist Church ter they were. He really had one ance not be gatheredfrom
First Saul Near
To fees were, can t
I' J. J. Johnson pastor.Lay ,Jcwun Appeared Damascus very honorable ancestor. I felt ;per cent higher than in 1932, when 15, 1888, to its demise November the minutes, but they must work.
School-10:00: A. It: sorry for him because he was dead the absolute bottom of depression 20, 1889. The treasurer And then they wonder at the Indifference Fj
I he came have been low.
"And as he journeyed very
Worshlp-11:00: A. :M. and gone and could not apologize was touched; twenty per cent higher The Farmers Alliance succeededthe machine of citizens to their dutiesas
wing there need adding
and not
Damascus: suddenly did an
""L / U.'s-7:00 P. M.Ling near to the world for the failure his than in 1931, and S.4 per cent Granger movement and was in ink suf. voters. ,"i
shined round about him a light a small' bottle of red was
Worship-8:00: P M. heaven And be fell to the great, great, great-grandson had higher than in 1930. The Depart turn succeeded by the Peoples Par. ficient. For during the existence The whole thing would be funny ;
from :
Li dial invitation extended to made We have the thing turned ment of Commerce places the man ty. The principal activity of the Alliance amountedto if it weren't mournful.Referenduma 1
earth and heard a voice saying' of the lodge the receipts
[ services. around, Instead of our ancestors ufacturer's index at 99, which Is was to establish stores where solumn referendum '
.se unto him, Saul, Saul, why perse only $15.80, while the expenditures
making us famous, we ought tc the highest since May, 1930. the members could get goods at it -to the sovereign judgment of
cutest thou me? And he said, whc rose to 21.75: ; yet, though
Methodist Church make our ancestors famous. Conditions obtaining In various reasonable prices, and warehouses al. the people, vox populi et cetra and ;
And the Lord the treasurer
art thou Lord? seems paradoxial,
IF, Jones, pastor.day it could be all the rest of It. l
cotton where
C e fields are as follows: for ball rent
bills for ,
whom thou honored the
School, 10 a.m.mlng said, I am Jesus, perse ways
Just fellows who
at 11:00 a.m.ir's cutest: And he, trembling and as Years ago, so the story goes, a Commodity Prices Advances sold without passing through too paid a little to the county organization bunglersthose
worship and where certificates cook such asinine ballot sheets. J.. i
"Can God Removeom tonlshed, said, Lord, what wilt thou man In a little Southern town sharply, and still upward. The many sticky fingers, and once, when a good Idlltel' up
subject, could be Issued Just bunglers that's what.
the ,
World?" have me to do? And the Lord said wanted to buy a horse. He advertised cost of living advanced three percent on same had come up from Bronson to i+ { '
in of goods. Bah!--Tampa Times.
and used payment
People's Meeting, 7 p.m. unto him. Arise, and go Into the In the weekly paper. A day from June to July, with ar say "howdy," and was unable to h
Jing city ,and it shall be told thee what or two later a colored man came ti eight per cent jump reported foi Almost every one of the members get back home he was Instructedto DR. ROBERT K. REED r i S

Presbyterian Church thou must do. And the men which him and said, "Boss, I want to set, food prices. of the Starke lodge has gone give her $1.03 for railway fare, '
Funeral services for Dr. Robert
George H. Lowry, minister. journeyed with him stood speech. you this horse." The gentlemansaid Domestic Trade-This continues hence, and blessings on their memory and so he did. Some he probably '
Ivices Sunday October 8: less, hearing a voice, but seeingno "John, I wouldn't have that to present a puzzling picture.'What I They are now nearly forgotten I I paid out of his own pocket-Mr. E. Reed, 63, of 2822 Morgan Street r
who died at here
Sunday a hospital
I A. M." -Sunday School. man. And Saul arose from the horse. I would be ashamed to take expansion there has been is not but perhaps the older genera 'Truluck was that kind of man. }
after Illness of several
M.-Morning worship; earth; and when his eyes opened him uptown. He Is the ugliest anl commensurate with the increase ir tion will be Interested in again see- Those were the days of "yellow : an months
JO> A their and of thorn was held Monday afternoon at 4:00
|n by the pastor; sermon sub- he saw no man: :but they led him mal I ever saw." A few moments production, and the gap between Ing names, many satchels"' and peanut politics. It o'clock at tho Greenman Company

|The Way Out. by the hand, and brought him to later a man brought another horseto producer and consumer has widened. were prominent men. I had probably something to do with funeral chapel. Burial followed in i '
the home and said, "I see in the The charter members were thirteen -
Damascus. And he was three days Most recent figures indicate the lodge changing quarters and t
Christian Endeavor : Hill Dr. Reed
Myrtle cemetery.
D P. M.- without sight, and neither did eat paper that you want to buy a that this condition Is beginning tc in number-this circumstance I renting Hemingway hall-now Dr. Ti Ir
M.-Evenlng; worship; had been a dentist here for -
p. nor drink. And there was a certain horse. Let me sell you this one.. be corrected. being, perhaps, the reason why the I Haynes, office, at $1.00 per month. .
nd sermon. disciple at Mamascus, named The gentleman looked him over Employment-Definitely upward lodge lasted only nineteen months. I On November 20, 1889, many years.Survivors ;'
Woman's Auxiliary of the Ananias; and to him said the Lord and said, "He's a good-looker. I'll though somewhat retarded in Au. The forming of It was by John D. members asked for "demits" (or 'are his widow, Mrs. g 1 17r

li will hold its monthly meet- In a vision, Ananlas. And he said,, take him." They closed the deal gust. The NRA has been a prime Johns, the state organizer. The 'perhaps "demmlts") In their desireto 'Pearl' Reed;.a son, Robert E. Reed + +
esday evening:, October 10, The next day the colored man led Indus following were elected officers: .; three daughters, :Miss Margaret I ,
Behold, I am here Lord. And the factor, as have the special join other lodges. There must '
Irs H. H. Young. The young Lord said unto him, Arise, and go his ugly animals across the wagon- trial codes. President, W. M. IJumblln; vice- have been some upheaval ending I Evans Reed of Tampa. Mrs. Kitty j' f i

\ will have charge of the pro- Into the street which is called yard. A race horse man who had a Banking-During a recent sin' president, Tate Powell; secretary, with a bang, for it la the last entryIn I R. :Lane of Jacksonville, and Mrs. a 'jJ ;

Straight, and enquire in the house trained eye saw the horse. "What'll weeks' period 200 banks with deposits 1. C. Webb (the then Telegraph the book. The Peoplea Party W. B. Parks of Starke, and a sister, f.; r

ordial Invitation to all our of Judas for one called Saul of Tarsus you take for that horse, boy?" inquired in excess of $200,000,000 re editor); treasurer, E. C. Truluck; began to gain momentum at that Mrs James E. Kerr of Alken, S. C. !4 b
1 es extended to all. : for, behold he prayeth. And the race horse man. "I'll opened. Since the moratorium chaplain, Noah Geiger: lecturer, J. time, and a step from the Allianceto -Tampa Daily Times. % : ::1 t,I

bath seen in a vision a man named take a hundred dollars for him, 14,000 banks have resumed opera C. Richard; assistant lecturer, it was as short as that of a cat One pair of rate will produce six- Ott

CY CHURCH DIRECTORY Ananlas coming in, and putting his Boss." The gentleman bought him. tions on an unrestricted basis. Richard Townsend; door keeper, on wet ground. ty-eight offspring in twelvemonths ] 4.j.4 c, 4 t

hand on him, that he might receivehis He tried him out on the race track. Securities The most severe William Edwards, Jr; assistant The trouble with the farmerswas their total progeny in two

j First Baptist Church sight. He cleaned up everything in the break for a long time was that of door keeper George Balsden; serjeantatarms that they grew little besides years amounting to 1,500. '

\.1. F. Chapin, pastor. "Ananias answered, Lord, I have state, and the race horse man wentto the middle of July, which canceledthe very logically Se- cotton and had to get supplies to

ching services first and beard by many of this man, how work and made that horse an gains made in previous months bran Brown, the town marshal. The "run" them from the merchants on

I Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. much evil he hath done to the ancestry. A man was sent into the So far as stocks are concerned, the three members left out in the cold credit and the latter demanded, by rpOS TIvE-"nELIEFl]

saints," but the Lord ordered him mountains of the state to find out situation\ Is very uncertainthereare without offices were, James T. Ironclad notes, that certain acreageof FROM t

iday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- to go. "And Ananias went his way, who was the mother and who was likely to be a number of ups Thomas Ben Kite and William Ed. cotton must be grown by their I

liupt.j and entered into the house; and the father of the horse. They got i and downs with speculators waitIng wards, Sr. victims. The prices charged for i PILES I, c

j Grace :M. E. Church putting his hands on him said, the names of his maternal and paternal for short rises and then taking More members joined later, in goods were incredibly high, but the '

I. W. B. Christy, pastor. Brother Saul, the Lord, even Jesus, grandparents. That horse I profits. Talk of Inflation has Lhe following order, viz: James merchants stuck together and the A.o.hI.--1&I soothing somfore-elme.t pafato ........ ,k'.tontiy. ,+

iichlng 2nd and 4th Sundays that appeared unto thee in the way made alt of his kinfolks famous. I stimulated certain classes of Issues. Green, D. L. Alvarez, William Un. farmers were helpless. Often a'', That .. the ...11.' AUJ e i

1 a. m. and 730p. uter as thou earnest, hath sent me, that eVery Bonds have been fairly steady derbill, J. E. (J. E. ''J.?) physician, before consenting to attend ..n*. ..ffere*. obtain from 'HEMOU h( i 1 t

|;- service Wednesday 7:30: thou mightest receive thy sight, few people are born right. Foreign Trade-Has continuedthe wright J. T. Jones, John wain-I sickness in a farmer's family, FREE. W. rapport this 81.t.m.mi

and be filled with the Holy Ghost. there are weak places in all of us. upward trend that started in M. Hodges, Rev. J... W. demanded a certificate from the I With a _..7..1c gnu-mat. i iIf

I Jay school .10 a. m., Mrs. And immediately there fell from God has a remedy for human May. However, the value of ex (made chaplain), Francis Moran, man's merchant that he would yon are tortured by piloe ya l llutvo ( '1 unit,

|Moore 6:30, supt. Sunday. his eyes as it had been scales, and weaknesses. Jesus taught that It ports and imports has benerally Nancy Williams W. F. Malphurs, guarantee payment. Slavery, eh? ...-...probably Do not tried jad.many HEMO-FREE_*lldl| + rl rlt't 4r

:lie, : p. m. he received sight forthwith, and was possible to be born again. According been smaller than in ,comparable Mrs Sallie Malphurs, G. B. Camp. But the parties mentioned united br pad disappointment. It. action! 1

Fraternal arose and was baptized. And when to the Christian standard, months of 1932.Constructionthe. bell, William Scarborough, J. J. the farmers and put them on their f. peels!"., almost miraculous I'c.

he had received meat, he was we belong( to a fallen race, and no lone awaited White, J. M. Johns, W, G. Green, feet, so as to enable them to live at ..... of ItchingbU. .dinr, ....ntoal"l)
No. F. & A.
kiey Lodge 189
: strengthened. Then was Saul certain man is high-born until be is born Improvement In the construction Mrs. Mary Green, Irving Johns, home. In Starke Louis Wltkovskl protrvdUf, or Internal pit.. ,
cts at city hall building 1st days with the disciples which from' on High. industry put in an appearance in Mrs Irving Johns, R. P. Matthls. bravely started, In spite of the Remember. how joyous life wa. t( .
'J at 7:30: m.
\ Tuesdays
p. M. were at Damascus." early August, contrary to the usual The initial meeting was In the threats from the established mer befor..foi.nt pain tabbed yov
T. T. Blackburn, W. Into doll mitery. Regain that a
O. J. Phillips Secy. Connected with our lesson are: METHODIST CHURCH seasonal experience. The basic Red Men's hall, now the city hall. chants, a store where goods couldbe priceless happiness by lending for '

The vision to Saul; his preachingin state of the Industry, however, Is This was later rented at $1.50: per bought at reasonable prices, and and using HEMO-FREE. If you.
Damascus, and his retirementInto Morning services well attended I little changed. The Chicago area month. :Meetings were at first held later came J. W. White with a similar 'with, pay postman upon delivery.

\TDAYSCHOOL Arabia. Afterward Saul returned during the summer months. We feel !las been leading the country on every Saturday at 3:30: p.m., "sun store, and these two men broke Send the coupon tool.y. NOW U l4: :I,

to Damascus and preachedand thankful for this. Enogh of our contract values. time"; later every other Saturdayand 'the tyranny of the old merchant tho bat tint. ,.

LESSON then went to Jerusalem where members remained loyal through RallroadS-Car-lolldlngs in re- still later, when the interest' princes in this section. Then the HEMO LABORATORIES S

the church rejectd him, not believing the hot months to make this attendance cent months have been well above began to peter out, every third Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad Los 4520 Ancelai Wait Pico., Calif.Blvd. t ''

'Olt OCTOBER 8, 1033lect in his conversion, until Barna- record possible. those of a year ago, with carriers Wednesday at 2:30: "sun time." was built, which compelledthe I Enclosed I. $..00 for full .... T.

i bus came before the: assembled Now, let us set a good high attendance in much better financial condition.In After some ladles had joined, the Seaboard Railway to lower Its ,tuba of HEMO-FREE. +4 I

; : Saul in Damascus. I church and vouched for aul's honesty : mark for the evening June, for example, operating office of sergeant-at-arms became ) freight rates, and so, little by little, >!.. TAddraei .t ii

'en Text: "Therefore if anye ahd sincerity. After being services. Only two months before revenues were nearly five times as superfluous, and Brother Brown better times arrived. I. .__ __..___ 4
driven from Damascus and Jerusalem in June 1932. A slight City_. .. Stall
In Christ, he is a new crea- conference.: If attendance at the large as was made vice-president instead of i H. E. LAGERGREN.
Saul returned to his native city decline started In August. --
joia things are passed away; evening worship is not fair, or ------
ll I, all things are become new." of Tarsus where we will find him In good, those who do not attend will Automobiles-Recently the production

frmthians :517. next Sunday's lesson. know that they have part in suspending index, with allowance made .

l oo Text: Acts 9:1.12,17.19.: The adult potato bug lives in the evening workshlp in our for seasonal trends, touched the LOOKHEREFRIENDS!

p and Place of Lesson: About ground during the winter. church. "If all our members were highest point since June, 1931. In ,
I 34; Damascus.r like me what kind of a church July output was more than double

| the ascension of Christ the NEW BUS SCIIEDULUE I would our church be?" Let us that for July, 1932.

)ea were uncertain as to what North Bonud South Bound tighten; the cords a little. Where Agriculture-Wholesale prices of DOLLAR S/VVWi

to pursue. In first chapter 4:18: A. M.___--_ 9:34: A. :M are the young people, mothers, I farm and food products, meats

I's: Jesus met and taught the 1:59:: P. M.-_____12:04: P. M. fathers? Who are you blaming for alone excepted, have been showing

I'es' and said, "They should 4:59:: P. M._-_____.6:19 P. M. your neglect? Have you surrendered substantial and steady advances.
epart from Jerusalem, but 9:19: P. M._______ 2:04 A. M. your authority in the home? J..umber-It's too early to tell ',.
for the promise of the Fath- [:f young people's meetings are not what lumber code stipulations, By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of th. ?

ad<1"Ye shall be baptized with Interesting, why? Has the church which have aroused a tremendous Country We Brine You the Biggest Bargain of All Time . ,'

yfoly[ Ghost not many days SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS been exchanged for the world? amount of dissenting opinion, will Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or n.n wal '

And they continuedone Where are church people, all ages, do to the Industry. During recent Order for This '
months there has been steady Increase Newspaper. ( ,
accord in prayer and leading( ? Who has conviction,

[:nation, with the women, and ;;ourage ? What are church vows in output. ALL 4 ON LY e .
By ANN PAGBJ> worth? Can allover Steel-Has been expanding operations ;
the mother of Jesus, and our pastors, MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUQI '
|Us brethren." I AFTER an Interval when It has our country, preach to members on with a recession occurringn

]the day of Pentecost the Holy scarou and high Iceberg auto rides? Can we compete with August. This is another Industry CHOOSE r
and I lettuce Is giia plentiful, cheap and your radios? Watch the things in : which had great difficulty in w
descended them
I Joined with upon the disciples in I I of with very a variety fine quality.o.\ salad Hearts dressings of lettuce are pour way. Don't fall out with your formulating' a coda-mainly because 1 Magazine From Group "A" $ 00

f'cg' Jesus. The church was popular throughout the fall and pastor-fall in and do some worthwhile : of the fight between open- 2 @Magazine From Group "8" ,, '
red and The winter. deeds for God. shop operators and union labor- .}
grew I Many kinds of apples are In market and Its future will be awaited with And J _ _
1 deacons, Including Stephen, I -Jonathan. andDHclou for eating, Preaching, 11:00: a.m. and 7:30: '
|.Appointed "over the business I I McIntosh for either\ eating ..I' cooking j.ra.: special music. Choir practice Interest. C e T H:3: NEWSPAPER J !: ((1 Full Year) 'WHY PAYMORE
church, while the Apostles and Rom Beauties for baklilif.I Wednesday evening each week. '
Cranberries are again In market. Inflation, If, as and when it ? m
hed I the I I
| gospel. Stephen, one They ar priced e trem.J11oW'. Cranberry Why not a junior choir for somef won't take the ,
cornea, probably
'deacons, "did great wonders] Julc cocktail 1 t. a pleasant > our services.Young _
jalracles' among the people." chang from tomato and I* ally people's meeting 7:00 p.m. :'form the administration of printing press has money.its If It Your Choice of Any One 1 Y ,Your Choice of Any Two I 'A, p l
pe opponents of Christ "wereble mad W. F. JONES. say '
Magazine in This
to resist the wisdom and Fall vegetable markets are well supplied will be done through an extension Group Magazines in ThUGROUP with both native produce and jf bank credit. According to the GROUP A. ItO r
pint by which he spoke." Ste. some from other growing sections including HAMPTOX KING ?fT
I vas arrested and killed. "And the far south and wot. Hampton King 76, died Satur- United States Dally, the policy, ini | O McCaffs M.y.t I Sinned Stephen, calling upon Potatoes are fins and plentiful but lay morning at the residence, 2905 I nutshell Is that the governments D W....'. Home CompI Yr. Garden .. t yr ( iq
sad yen so, the variety offered by macsron6 going to see the banks through C Woman i World 1r V 9s.
saying "Lord Jesus, reIlly Highland Avenue. Funeral serves a Pfctorlal Review_1 It.D Household
spaghetti or noodle Is ap Magulo 1r C
{ spirit. And he kneeledand preciated. were held at 10:00: a.m. Mon- md the banks In turn must put out Screen Play i-t-.. 1 Yr. | C R 8 Nccdlecra/t . 1 ye e

lay not this sin to their Quaker Maid Kitchen. Chapel. Burial was maden hey have been. D Open Road (Boys)_1 Yr. O Country Horn e 2 yn & i '

P-, And when he had said this, Low Cost Dinner family plot at Bronson, Fla. Banks are filled with idle money | D Pathfinder (Wkly.) -1 y,. 0 SucctMful Fannfag e 1 yr (
I'I Mleep." Fresh Pork Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. but the banks' position Is a difficult 1 r vSToRj a Pro,reuiv*Farmer 1 ]roe tt t ;ti {r

this killing of Stephen we Rout Mashed Potato J. G. Adams of Tampa, Mrs. R. C. one-they've got to put money A**. rm$#! & !:1 .e [] Southern Agrfculnirbt: 1 yr

bear of Saul of Tarsus, who Buttered Cabbage Martin of Cleveland, Mrs. I. W, vhere they can get it when needed, ; M r :! 1 And Irtataxtni Tour Choice of Any O ,

F&'d became Paul the Apostle. Bread Sauce and ButterApple Gingerbread Johnson of Jacksonville, and Mrs. md most applications for loans are THUD: IN ALL I r Y THREE In IN ALLit / 'e it itr
U of Waldo sister >based on projects which, from that
Perhaps, the worst of all Tea or Coffe Milk F. D. Stephens ; a ,
persecutors of the followers vfrs. Fannie Roberts, and a broth. tandpoint, are pretty,dubious and rT

rlat Medium Cost Dinner er: both of Cedar Keys.TampaDally lot acceptable to the Inflexible lr a u. Oeotlemen ...,/
r lesIOn i for today says "And I Baked Ham Creamed Spaghetti Times. >banking laws and regulations d { i dI
Yet Glazed Onion The deceased was a former real- vhlch require liquid collateral v
breathing out threaten- enclose plea Yqt
Bread and Butter seaid tae tl* dine maaa'a n
|mad<1 daughter the dis- Lemon PI. lent of Starke where he resided rather than character and past t_
against There *n no strings attached: toTthU eh* **d with a rear1 MdModptfaa tt. ti 4
ot Mialnesa
tho Lord, went unto the Coffee Milk with his son-in-law and daughter, standing as the basis of year a.w.p.pu...J s .

Priest, and desired of him let- Very Special Dinner Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams, who a loan. offer! Every magazine anbecriptionw81 t ,

\b Dal118.8CUB to the yna-- Cranberry Cocktail moved to Tampa several months --- S---- U filled exactly aa npraeated.n Nun __
'" The portraits) of seventeen
that If he found any of Broiled BeefsUak Baked Potatoes .go. Starke friends sympathize .
t1Y.\ whether they were men Cauliflower with Parslay Butter rtth Mr. and Mrs. Adams in their dents of the United States, and any of your ubacrfptkjn or RF.D.. '.

m'amen, he might bring them Lettuce French Dressing ereavement. wenty-flve other persons proml- newala UM time win be gropedsItfee .t
unto Jerusalem. Rails and ButterD..p j eat In American history have } 'r '

ITj"fj f. the Roman government Coffee Apple Pie loll Tb4t climate of Iceland to much bee... used a* subject for United tended. ". T_ and Scateyw" .

j modified by the Gulf stream. tales stamps.
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r Bradford County Telegraph Maybe You've I IC36fiN'EM VIP 4'a I child.to the pleasure I am opposed peoPle ot man hapPier ti, 'un WOmaq or 811 o.I .

1'' I happiest at a funeral .
Established 1877 I oeJ'v: ,
Heard It But that wm .:
-- --- the 3oytutof ik" .
:; -- -- life it's >
Fridays and Entered as Second Class I ate'l / and I am glad of It. sa" will
Published Weekly on A.men
; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. DOING DOROTHY Di14TSeveral ,..11n ta >js r, Q1Z Arco bourne Times. 'ti ,
-- -- -- -- = usect 46)'Me$#d4lsoirian TUB DIRTY DOZt---

; I.. Matthews____ __________-___-___Editor. and Owner days ago, Dorothy Dli, ex zSioK in cackiN95lskart "I heard :
- -- in her dally column of female hope, ;I 1 "They say""Everybody

"' 1' '' SUBSCRIPTION RATE laid down six rules of conduct for jfii/e wiles deep says

young: ladles to use in the gentleart "Have you heard'*!'''
Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance of a husband." Miss l / .
Yearly, $1.50; "snaring: "Did you hear?'"
Advertising Rates on Application Dix assured the girls that these I "Isn't It awful
___ u__ ------ .- -- were lures men imply can't reslat. "People say"
6 E El_ ." 'Jr 1 "Somebody "
i All out for the game this afternoon. That's what Dorothy thinks. But "Would you think

o rather than see the wholesale "Don't say I told you. '
haircut. slaughter of male hearts that must "Oh, I think it's
as a
As temporary
similes: perfectly
Add result if girls follow her advice, we l'lble-Dwlght Advocate let
.__---: TT have laid down a few simple rules .-o----

least can still borrow trouble for men who wish to resist-(si There are about 48,000
Well, at you post ?,
0 few of them do these days). The flces In the United States.
paragraphs In dark face type are .

Nothing is so out of date; as yesterday's newspaper. Dorothy's. The one's in bracket Tc1/-c1cJr eb The standard army of-0"1"
and to be used at j Britain 111 1783
', o are ours, are your was a8OOO, Isr .
I' own risk Ing mlUtla.
1 The first frost will be the acid test of the nudist's loyalty -

o First. Good looks. You must

to the Plant City Courier on its fiftieth present a sufficiently attractive .
: appearance to catch the roving ;

birthday. masculine eye. This does not necoiwltate .

w. o I your being a Miss Amer b .:.
out of being lea. ) thank heaven, never rlf4 U tf Lw
lot of the pleasure Men .
taking a W
j The police are WiN!!
analyze a woman's charm, nor do ? of ilfeanfwoods ofttectfrb r -
a ganster. they differentiate between her and -
o her clothe, and they think any] Pines are fo0 rte'

ti: Some folks on the road of life never slow down for the girl l III pretty If she ho on a pretty I I cutd Me ordinary ctrvularsaw. BELIEVEIT
frock. Particularly, If It Is gay In s
danger signs. I color and of some soft, floating I eOXI
aN -o, 1 materiaL 71fa1tff1fal -

Better begin memorizing those sixty-seven names you've ORWell ...

r got to vote for. (Stay away from soft, floating J.l iaf srn9s.. ,
material. If you are out with a
girl whose dress looks as if it Is .
to dress in fig leaves, but now they're wearing you will after you
Eve about to float, simply excuse your- I -
peek at
our window.
self by saying that granny has to :.;::. ; I We
for hats.Consistency. -
them I -
..' have
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have her medicine at ten o'clock, new FaD
o and the dear old soul just won't Styles in Ladies' and
but it won't bring anything 't -
{' may be a jewel take: it unless you. are there to pourIt -- Misses Shoes.

i at a pawn shop. out.) c .

; -_' -o cof fire mart unusual limes of golf evpr Kid, Calf,
were kidding when they said Second. The come-hither look )Jr p/Il ed
And lots of us thought they l>tfeJ'-S'fd4p.4S RJ7flur orfe-armezolayers Suede
the eye. A sort of come-on look, Tr utlt.nJ."ca / v muer.1926..I1IJ1 or
prices..were going up. if you get what I mean. A look ,
0i. that subtly Indicates to a man that _.---. _-..;,_ -.----, Combinationscarried

i. It is unfortunate that some folks who only "sit out" have a girl regard him as a great big
wonderful sheik and that she li out in Pumps,}

m' to pay the fiddler, too. having the time of her life gazing I Ties, Oxfords, Straps and j
.,. constitution before the evening Is than a little "Athlete's foot" to
: would complain 0 that the streets of gold worshlplngly up Into his eyes. over. By ten o'clock she'll ask you stop our "Back to the prison-farm I From Other Pens Arch Supports.
i knockers
Some to go Into another room while she movement The commissioner
__ weren't laid down right. (When you can't avoid that prepares for her next stunt. When Mayo his prisoners some consider- Visit Us Today

... -O come-on look, pretend you think you come back she won't be there ation, but If the convicts don't
a G think it would be nice for she wants to borrow a match. -she'll be upstairs In bed. You go raise cane, those Everglades residents TilE KNOCKER'S CREEDI $1.95
A budget Is something you Leave her a whole box and dash home and go to sleep, too. and next will, and don't think they'renot believe that nothing is right.

your neighbors to keep. madly for the nearest exit. If youlaven't morning you'll still be free, white, able. I believe that everything is wrong. $2.49
got a match-It's just too and unpopular.) .
x o believe that I alone have the '
ad. We'll In church.) $2.95
see you aoo And I see where Phil
Mother used to cut her hats down for little daughter, but Barney idea. The town Is wrong, the editor
T (PEB) of the Tampa Trlb. and Joe
now it's the other way around.It Third. Tersonallty. Get a line. Wllscn of the Gainesville News are is wrong, the teachers are $3.50
Late ,wrong, the people are wrong, the
ii o Don't copy-cat other girls. Remember flxin to fight a duel at the meetln'
things they are doing are wrong
before turkey will be sharing that while some men like of the Press Association in Brooks-
won't be many weeks now and they are doing them In the
wild girls, others prefer prim Uttle vllle this month. Serves 'em right OH YES!
;, honors with the blue eagle. Puritans; that while some like chat' elassifj for havin' dual personalities. Well wrong way anyhow. I believe I
could fix things if they would let
Q--. terers, others like the soft silent nobody ever beat either of 'em to To Match Those Shoes!
By RUSSELL KAY me. If they don't I will get a lot
K Psychologists say that college teaches young folks to Mona Lisa Sctwary. Florida P,.. AlOOCial the punch if there happened to be of other fellows like myself and we New Fall Handbags
a stick In It. The
about what. -r --I I weapons will have a law passed to make
think, but they don't say 'i decided on yet, but whateverthey Black
(Tell the girl tnat you have always "There are r o wives with us, others do things the way WE want
o I are, I'm bettin' they'll be concealed and $$1 .OfyBlue
admired Orotava. Of course, There are no wives with us, them done.
Too bad that our farmers don't have something right at you have never heard of Orotava, There may be wives l I don't believe the town oughtto BrownTheJ&RStorej.

t this time that they could be paid to plow up. and neither has she; but you will With somo cf ;yea ;r-ys, Japanese tea +exported during grow. It.. too big now. I be-
have of time to escape while But there no wives with ua.
o plenty are 1932 showed an Increase of 4,072- lieve In fighting every public Improvement -
i that the she Is developing a personality like 000 pounds over 1931. and In spoiling every-
suggesting younger
Some of our exchanges are one of the Canary Islands.) The above ditty that started out body's pleasure, I am always to

generation needs to be whipped into shape. In life as an innocent Shrine Convention The largest verse In the Bibleis the front in opposing things and I
o Fourth. The fine art of Jollying. song, seems destined to be- the ninth verse In the eighth never yet have I advanced an Ideaor Next Door to post Office

happy returns of last Fri- lon't feed men flattery with a come a popular theme chirp In political chapter of Esther supported a movemnt that
wish the
We many
shovel They resent this, but everyman circlesIt
day, and may they have many more like it. will eat out of your hand If It all started about the time Jim

o i III filled with sugar. Get the Idea Lee was percolatln' from stump to T i

Roosevelt veterans from the pension across to him by your air of adoralon. .. stump advocatin' one job to a famIly -
President removes Ask him why he ho never and promlsin to send all the
t? roll and still they cheer him. What a man!IDon't Io gone; Into the picture Implore married women back to their husbands ''I safePROTECTION I

ti him to write to the President and if we elected him Comptroller -,

: i jump to the conclusion that there has been a train tell him Just how to settle the farmellef So we did-and so he did. '
. problem, and how to deal I mean he did. One of the first
wreck-maybe you haven't-paid your box rent. with the Japanese situation. No tricks be pulled after hangln' his !

r r o girl ever lacks for dates who Is an skull cap on Mr. Amos' ex-hat rack

Now that they've selected an actress to play Alice in L-l Incense burner. was to check on all the gals In his
Wherever he found
i "Alice in Wonderland," we can all go back to work. (Listen attentively while she discusses -, one who possessed a live, able-

: ii '.O farm relief and the Japanese: bodied husband ha told 'em he was at lowest I
'' i Hitler is thinking of ordering Marlene Dietrich to return situation in great detail. When she' sorry and all that, but it was just cost
reaches the point of asking you to' too bad, they'd have to go back toryln'
That is of the beauties of being a
to Germany. one
write to the President, innocently pans and rollin' pins.
o reply that you would be glad to but Jim figured a woman ought; to

'" Crescent City Journal says that the fellow who gets a you don't know Coolidge's initials. I have her hands'full holdln' her husband The DeWITT C JONES COMPANY is now in position to offer through

'l lucky break usually wastes a couple of years waiting for Let us warn that care should be now-a-days without try In' to OUR HOME LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of Washington, 'D. C., an old
observed In using this last rule. told a job at the same time. Furthermore line
Another one.1I'1R After pulling the gag, any man he wasn't keen about Legal Reserve Company with over $700,000 reserve with the Insurance

t, -p who Is a perfect gentleman will bein messed up with a lot of other Department in this State, the following policies: .

used to about how they could keep their gently but firmly hold the young guys' wives.
Farmers worry ((1))
:lady In her seat to prevent her And now Ed Larson, Florida's Family Group $1,000.00 as low as $1.23 per month.
1i boys down on the farm, but now they're coming back of their ,from butting; her head against the new Internal Revenue Chief has ,((2)) $250 Funeral Benefit as low as lOc per week..

own free will. wall.) Issued an order to the effect that ((3)) $350 Benefit and
all married women in his organization funeral $150 in cash, as low as 20c per week.
i' o ((4)) $500 Funeral
Fifth. Adaptability. Keep your who are unfortunate enough tobe Benefit as low as 2dc per week. ,
the cake. First they blame installment
economists take
1 Our. mind as flexible as you do your i handicapped with live, able-I You
,, i buying for the depression and then advocate it as an waistline. Learn to be all things to bodied husbands are blockln' should carry this protection BECAUSE it is safe; BECAUSE each

J'} v cd to recovery. all men. If he Is athletic. play golf i traffic on the road to recovery and 1 policy is worth its full face value; BECAUSE every policy is paid in CASHYOU

o with him, no matter how your feet:I their resignations will be accepted. have complete FREEDOM OF CHOICE as to the PRICE and
/ hurt you. If he Is.a radio hound, And just before the schools opened EVERY DETAIL of the
\ :Maybe there.is hope for the world, after all Reports hunt up new stations for him to i in Hlllsborough County a lot of funeral service.

,have it that Aimee failed to pack. 'em In during her New York tune In on. If he Is bookish, read I married teachers saw the hand This is the most attractive safest funeral Protection offered in this
up so you can dtacius his favorite wrltln' on the blackboard and put
vaudeville 'community.
;1 appearance. author with him. If he likes to eat themselves out of circulation by re-I I

o cook up dainty dishes. ignln' while they still could. '

: Waiters in Brazil become insulted when tips are offered It is a tough break for some of Fill in

them says a news story. In this country, we have noticed, (Sit on your end of the sofa and 'em at that. Some husbands are coupon and mail or bring to our office today., '
wall to live let '."
count the flowers on the paperIn bad enough just with
they are much less sensitive.;. the far corner of the room. alone off of. And It .U a lot easierto Gentlemen: : "

o When she asks what you like to do, go to the cashier' window and I
intellectual tell her "chew tobacco.") get their own money than It Is tory I } I
that will be much more am interested in
r" Scientists predict man and get some of "ours" from your policy No__-___________-.:..________
but the chances he'll keep right on crossing -
in years to come, are Sltth. Efficiency. Learn how '"him."

the red light. .' Name--------- ______________Address
; streets against to do things. A girl may be as ,.._ __ ______ _____
o beautiful as a howl and as wise asa And now P. T. Strieder la talkUV

World's Fair visitors have already spent $27,000,000 female Solomon; she might have about pullin' off'a Governor's Derby My\ age- wife's age.._...____N--
a heart of gold and a pocket full of at the South Florida Fair next
within the grounds. Go ahead and make your crack about money, and still she would be left February. Well If It attracts aa No. of children _
thinking there was a depression on. high and dry socially If she had no much attention and causes as much -
parlor tricks. comment aa Governor SholU's derby -'I'
i ''O ..... did at the World's' Fair, it'll be
A Paris telephone exchange has an automatic machine (Read up on all the magic books. good. DeWitt

i 1' that gives out the exact time, correct to the smallest fractionof Every time she does a trick tell her But TU bet It there is & Derby at C. Jones Co.

a second, in clear, human tones. About the only thing that'* easy," and do one yourself the South Florida Fair. Dave won'tbe
She bold for few hours under it U it la his
may up a even race.
l is for someone to invent machine that GAINESVILLE
that remains now a but this line of strategy Is guaranteed STARKE

h r will give you the number you ask for. to break down the sturdiest It looks like It would take more, -


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