Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 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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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50: Six Months, 75c-Payable: In Advance E. Matthews, Editor and Owner


,oans In CountyTo lied Garment Cross Applications To Receive Pork To Arrive Plant To City Open- SeasonIs Late Compliance Board Bradford; Goes Wet :; 'r .

Be Speeded; Thursday-_And. Friday For DistributionIn County-Agent- Says Elected This Week .

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright chair. Following an inspection tour of With Rest Of State .h!1.

man of the Bradford County Red the East Hiilsborough County ; .

Inspector Here, Cross, this week announced that County SoonLarge strawberry truck growing area, By N R A Signers .

application will be received for County Agent C. P. Wright stated

ready-made garments to be distributed I Wednesday that the section's ;
trnicr!* Are Urged To Make by the chapter. Applica- Quantity Will Be StoredAt I strawberry season this year will Committee Of Six Will Hear Balloting Light y A T5 .

Applications Through Orlando tions from white people will be received Relief Headquarters open at least three weeks later Complaints If Any Are :

' Branch next Thursday and from colored Here- than usual due to the Labor Day Made

people on Friday. Applicantswill storm and heavy rains, and the en- WEST F L O_R I D A CLOSE

to Bradford County farm- apply at the Red Cross rooms. Four thousand and three hundred suing dry weather.Mr. NRA members here met Wednesday Florida 33rd Stale -

Loans through.the Regional Agrlcul- pounds of pure pork are ex- Wright said approximately afternoon at 6.00: o'clock In the To Go For Repeal; Unofficial Returns, Here Show

s Credit Corporation of Ma- pected to arrive here this week at seventy-five per cent of the strawberry court house and elected a compliance Two To One In Favor Of 6

n ral, Ga. will be expedited duringe Council Gets Set the Bradford County Emergency plants in rows bad been board In answer to a recent Three More Necessary > Repeal

next few weeks, according to Relief Bureau, according to a drowned, necessitating replanting, order of General Hugh S. Johnson. -

ormation received here from H. statement by J. E. Wilson, head of and said that vegetable seedbeds The following were elected: With Florida making the uiirty- Falling In line with the rest of Ih

rsona Heath, manager. For Coming Year the local office. Notification of suffered equally heavy damage. Employees; Orle Wiggins and third state to vote wet, but three Florida, Bradford County voted ,

with the shipment came from Louis W. H. HartEmployers1 more are needed to bring about re- wet almost two to one in the repeal 1
O'Dell, an Inspector
j Beckworth, director of distributionfor Man peal of the Eighteenth Amendment. election held Tuesday. Drys polled, '
_ corporation, Is now in Starke ,Young Shot l O. W. White and J.
On November 7 six 274 votes In this
- the purpose of investigating ap- Thornton III Reappointed Night the Florida emergency relief M. Mitchell. states will hold county as against.
administration.Mr. repeal election North Carolina, 517 wet ballots cast, unofficial returns I.
and all farmers who are Marshal; Committees Selected,
catlons Consumer: Mrs. L. D.
Wilson said the pork will be Vining. Ohio, South Carolina, Kentucky, show. F :l
loans of this Bills Paid
usidering making In Crop DisputeLee Legal, representative: Col. A. S. and Utah. The vote '
ture are urged to get in touch -- wrapped in from three to nix pound Crews. Pennsylvania by precincts was as follows

packages, ready for distribution Although voting for repeal, Flor- :
th him during his stay here. Mr. (Continued From Last Week) Colonel, Crews will serve as I
immediately following Its arrival. ida will remain dry for some time
Pell will be located at the home The City Council was called to chairman pro tern of the board Wet Dry
Each district in the county will Thomas Freed After Killing yet. At the general election No- Lawtey ___ ____ 82 22
W. E. Bryant on order October 3, 1933, by the city and' It, Is expected that the first -
Congressman R. A. Green, who clerk. Mayor W. E. Middleton be assigned a quantity of the allot- Hudson Morgan Saturday meeting will be called at an early vember, 1934, the state will vote on North Starke .____140 135 ; .

s been seeking the establlsh- was sworn into office by Carl ment based on the number of families Night date.It. repeal of the dry clause In the state South Starke ____117 71

on their, relief rolls. constitution, and If this election Is Hampton __..____ 51 18 ,
office of the
nt of a branch cor- Johns, city clerk. Mayor Middle- was stressed by N. Sternberg,
atlon here, this week received ton then swore Carl Johns In as The pure pork has been cured Hudson Morgan 25: was shot chairman of the county NRA committee carried by the wets, the state will Thoressa ___"_.___ 18 6 7r 3'
from hogs recently purchased by and Instantly killed late Saturday revert to the package law In oper-
from A. T. Graham __-______ 31 2
> following message clerk treasurer tax that the board is not
city ,:, assess a policing -
the Federal government under the night by Lee Thomas, a farmer liv- ation before the country went dry.Berry _
gate, acting director of the cor- and tax collector W. L. Wall and organization Pending receipt Brooker __...____ 56 11 I

atlon: W. M. Edwards were sworn Into nation-wide plan to control pork ing In the Hellbronn Springs dis of detailed Instructions on i" e New River ....____ 22 9 ji
production, and according to Infor- trict. Thomas was released Sun- ..Jr
'We note that you point out the office by City ,Clerk Carl Johns, procedure, It should take under ( r rTotal.517
mation received here will continue when coroner's Jury Shippers
day morning a
tressed condition of strawberry being two newly elected council- consideration all complaints, if 274 h $
throughout the winter months. summoned by Count Judge E. K.
1 vegetable growers in the vlcin- men. A. L. Alvarez was sworn any, which have been filed with the A light vote was cast in Bradford t
Perryman, returned a verdict of
of Starke, Florida. It happenst Into office by Carl Johns as mar local committee and which have as was the case In all counties.

the manager of the Regional ahal for the city of Starke for one Starke Loses Game Justifiable Thomas homicide.was share cropping on not been acted upon. Draw Up Code Approximately only one-fourth of If 1,4,, i 1

ricultural Credit Corporation of year. Motion made that O. L. To It was suggested that the first the qualified electors cast ballots ltl
Lawtey SundayStarke farm to the
con, Ga., is now in Washington, Beasley act as chairman pro tern a father belonging Frank youngman's also step in acting upon a complaint Is here. I'' 1 I ,,1

1 we have discussed with him Motion was seconded and carried. ,' Morgan to contact the employer complained Mating Held In Plant City State Got 4 to 1 1

situation In your community. Motion made by T. N. Kendrick closed its 1933 baseball of 1leilbronn Springs. Accordingto of and Inform him of the nature To Adopt Rules) For With the vote tabulated Thurs-
testimony brought out at the In-
| expects to visit Starke within that W. L. Wall be nominated season Sunday afternoon when it or the complaint against him and Industry day from 1143 precincts of the
there had been friction be-
few and has been in- lost a game to the Lawtey nine, quest, state's r
t next days chairman of the city council for ascertain his conception of the 1272, repeallsts had amass
and Thomas
ucted to call upon you and make the coming Motion was sec- 90. The game was played on the young Morgan facts. If the employer cannot establish According to reports from Plant ed 94,120 votes to 23,442 for the ;}
year. the several months. r
during past
'eneral investigation of condi- onded and carried. Lawtey diamond. that the complaint is City, strawberry shippers from prohibitionists, a majority of i

18 there.It Redgrave pitched a fine game for Witnesses testified that Morgan, groundless or that the cause thereof that point have drawn up a code 70.678.
Motion made by P. M. Barefoot q
Is our feeling that the office that W. E. Thornton be appointedas the locals but had little support accompanied by J. E. Clemons, has already been eliminated, it providing for government Inspec- On the basis of present returns, r a '
called at the home of Pitt New-
Orlando, Florida, Is making real night marshal for the town of from the field or bat.Starke's some Saturday night about 10:00: Is the duty of the board to explainto tion of' all fruit and orderly regulation not a Florida county voted dry, but d j ,.

gre3s in taking care of the Starke for one Motion was lineup was as follows: him that if the complaint Is true, of marketing during the ensuing there were close races In several of
year. o'clock and asked Newsome to
accompany -
rldi situation. You will be In- seconded and carried. Griffis, c,; Redgrave, p.; Hagan, it must be rectified at once. season there. The code was the western counties. However, 1

sted to know that actu- lb.; Agin, 2b.; Klckliter, 3b.; Smith, him to the Thomas place approved at a of
we are Motion made that H. L. Brown- out" with If the employer fails to comply, meeting shippers several of these, once steadfast in '
t "have It
+ making loans at the rate of lee be appointed as member of as.; Williams, cf.; Alvarez, rf.; Mc- the was share going he said. New. after having his obligations fully representing approximately ninety the dry column, rolled up sizeable s, ,1 V, f
and that credit is be- Millan, If. cropper, per cent of the carlot
pit' day board of bond trustees for the cityof explained to him, he is to be givenan movementout wet majorities.
some is said to have tried to per-
made available In this manneri to before of the state Urban '
opportunity centers
appear piled big ma-
! Starke for three years. Motion suade to the night up
Morgan spend
number of applicants ONLY 4 PIIOH1 VIOLATORSIn The code has been forwarded to '
large was seconded and carried. with him and to' Thomas the board and state his case. The jorities for the wet slate, with 4f
on see
n we find cases which cannot Applications for city attorneywere FLORIDA STATE PRISON go but compliance board, however, has no Washington for approval. Under Jacksonville and Duval County
perly be the subject of a loan, Sunday morning success of Its provisions all strawberries will
received and appointment of powers enforcement except upon leading the field by a ten to one

area as contemplated under the same was delayed to midmonthmeeting. I Florida has only four inmates in I express directions from Washing be inspected by government Inspectors ratio. Miami and Dade County

", we turn over the informationIch the State Prison for violating the I According to the testimony, Morgan as they are loaded Into cars were about nine to one, and Tam

has been to the prohibition laws and of these called Thomas from the house, The code also
gathered none
I provides that In and
Motion made that, Dr. E L. pa Hlllaborough maintained a
where he and accused
tresentatives of the Federal I hails from Bradford was asleep, ton.Backs case of of +
County, according a glut the market at to wet lead.
Biggs be appointed city health of- seven one
him steal-
in abusive of
Relief Administration to and To LetterRoosevelt's the other end the
ergency figures gathered executive com- )
ficer for the city of Starke for one Light Vote
of from hisfather's
Ing fifty pounds ;
their: action. made public by :J. P. Newell, sec- pecans mittee, representatives of shippers The vote '
year. Motion was seconded and was light, about 133,000 I1'
the before. He
Our Macon Is Mr. H. to Governor Sholtz. place day and
manager retary handlers of the fruit, will be the
carried. despite fact that both aides
Is then said to have told Thomas to
Heath. You will undoubt- Reports from sheriffs New- to
tons Mr. empowered disqualify all No. 2 devoted
Motion made that R. C. Bufordbe Acts pre-election efforts to get-
In the house and his so
call from him in ell said listed go get gun berries
have a a fifty-nine persons and allow the shipping dur- out the vote. '
re-appointed as fire chief for ting Secretary of 1
could "have It cut-
v short time. In the meantime confined in county jails or county they ing such a glut of only No 1 fruit. State R. A. F "
' had
the city of Starke for one year. Gray predicted a +
in the meanwhile, Mrs. Thomas
recommend that have road for law viola- In of
your camps liquor case an extreme
you glut of the vote of
between .
Motion was seconded and carried. 250,000 and 300,
pie make applications to the tions. Sheriffs of the following appeared on the porch, and when Green Tells Galnmvllle Rotarians; market the executive committee 000.
Motion made that bond trustees i
Thomas returned with his shotgun, Again t
ndo sub-office of the Regional nineteen counties reported none: Expresses Hope For would be empowered to stop all
transfer $1,200 to city treasurer Floridians voted to select sixty-
is said to have
Morgan begun curs- Inflation
Icultural Credit Corporation.are Bradford, Lafayette, Okaloosa, shipments of berries for a periodof '
account. Motion was seconded and seven members of a repeal conven- "
Thomas shot him twice in the
of this let- Holmes Suwanee Manatee Colum- Ing. -
sending a copy two days. I
to that office, and urging that carried. bia, Hardee, Hendry, St. Lucie, chest, killing him instantly.It Declaring he had supported The code also provides that five tion which will meet In Tallahassee 31.
The bills ordered November 14
on to
following were officially cast
waa brought out at the inquest President Roosevelt "to the j
licatlona from your territory be PInellas, Sarasota, Palm Beach, dottingof o'clock In the evening will be the
the state's ballot for .
edited Madison that Morgan was unarmed. an I and the crossing of a T repeal.Tuesday's ?
much Osceola Gilchrist Put- last
as as possible. minute berries
are to be
accepted -
Starke Tel. Co, City Hall____$ 3.50R. Funeral services for' Morganwere In the National Recovery Pro- election had no effecton
--+ nam, Taylor and Baker.
C. Buford, fire chief_____ 4.00J. held from his home Monday gram," Congressman R. A. Green for loading and shipment the state's dry lows Only rat!
tz Books Show that With
lift L. Peek, Jr., fireman.___ ''4.00 morning at 11:00: o'clock. Inter- Tuesday addressed the Gainesville day a dead-line of five fication of the Twenty-first Amendment

In "Peg O,' My Heart"larlon Austin Winkler, fireman____ 2.00 YOUNG PEOPLE HELD RALLY ment took place in Conner ceme- Rotary Club at Its regular weekly be o'clock, it is said ample time will was considered. M
AT WOMAN'S CLUB SATURDAYThe given pre-cooling and the .
Charles Darby, lreman_____ 2.00 tery. Funeral arrangements were luncheon. .

Merrill McMillan, fireman... 2.00 under direction of the DeWitt C. "The battle possibility of the beginning of pre- Seaboard Conductor '
against the r f'1
Davies will be start- depression
seen of the shipment deterloatlon
Young People's Rally of fruit elim
Calvin Johns, fireman...... 2.00 "
Sunday at the Rita Theatre inO' North Florida Green Jones Company. baa been won, the Congressman inated.
Presbytery, Loses Life In Fall
:J. D. Griffis, fireman___-. 2.00 declared. "Now the smoke
g My Heart screened
by :James Lewis, fireman.__ 2.00 Cove Springs District, which was THANKS STAUKB PEOPLEWe -
will have to clear -
ro-Goldwyn Mayer-Cosmopoll- away. We will J. C. PADGETT DIES
held at the Woman's Club here
from Wilbur Griffls, fireman__-_ 2.00 wish to take this method of I all have to put our hands to the Elnm S. Martin, conductor of the +
famous J. Hartley well attended. AT HOME IN ISKOOKER
Saturday, was
ners Tommie Williams, fireman_ 2.00 expressing our thanks and appreciation fan to do It, however." Seaboard Air Line passenger train '
play in which Laurette
lor Hubert Priest, fireman______ 2.00 Among the larger churches represented to the people of Starke for After depicting the state of dla- : -- "Southern States Special," walt 4
J. ?
created the title role on thee Orlando Crescent C. Padgett, life-lonb residentof
W. M. Agin fireman______ 2.00 were their kindnesses and help to the pair and hopelessness in which the knocked from the train by a mall
ke: twenty-one years ago and Bradford County Telegraph- City San Mateo, St. Augustine, children of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Staf- nation found Itself Bradford County died Saturday rack at Waldo last Friday and M +
attendance records two when President afternoon after
on Green Cove and the a lung illness at his
tinentg. Advertising qualified voters Starke church.A ford, who are both away in hospitals Roosevelt took office March 4, home in Brooker, He was mangled beneath the trucks of the

advertising tax assessment for treatment. sixty- train. His left leg was severed below
Green traced the
s the little Irish gill who ants was passage of the nine years old. y
raises, printing very interesting program Especially do we thank the various the knee and his right foot : u
an ancestral estate In Eng- recovery and economy Funeral services
for the In the aft- were held from
arranged day. Woodmen of the World and Mrs. L.
crushed. t
1 ballots, two license books 74.25 measures Conductor Martin was
and falls through Congress, and
in love with then "The Woman the home Sunday afternoon with
ernoon a playlet
W. W. Baisden, feeding and S. Hutto of the Starke Woodmen described the 100 rushed to a hospital in Gainesville,
lawyer who arranged for her days in which It Rev. F. M. Taylor of the
ance Into society, Miss Davies caring for prisoners...... 21.25 Who Turned Back was presentedby Circle, who have so faithfully look i took to do It as "one of the most Baptist Church In Hampton where he died Tuesday night. Ii
four ladles of the Starke charge. Interment
G. W. Alderman, councilman 1.00 young ed after the needs of these chil important in According to witnesses, Martin
considered periods our history
to have the t
given Christian Endeavor Society, Miss was in Mt. Slnal cemetery.
it T. N. Kendrick, councilman.. 4 00 After the was Jerked from the platform ofa
performance discussing Federal
of her entire Estelle Kendrick, Miss Marjorie dren.May Pallbearers were: 8. M. Mott T.
'". She last In P. M. Barefoot, councilman.. 4.00 God bless each and every home loan measure Green lauded passenger coach by the mall .fl '
"Pol. D.
appeared Stump, Miss Lucille Mitchell and Dyal, I. S. Fowler, B. Hines, II.
f the Circus," "Five and Ten" W. M. Edwards councilman. 4.00O. one of you is our prayer. Your the action of the Florida Legislature Howard and Charles crane at the Waldo station, as the
Miss Dorothy Lambe, who in their Kelly.
L. Beasley councilman. 4.00 loving kindness to them will never southbound train was i f1
"Blondie of the Follies. this playletover In making it possible for the Mr. Padgett la survived moving; }
pleasing manners put by his
'w the role Miss Davies adopted Mayor W. E. Middleton, 14 I well. be forgotten. people of this state to vote for the wife; one son A, G. about fifteen miles an hour.

fish brogue, charm- trials __._________*____ 14.00' Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Green, exemption of homesteads from Padgett of The crane caught him on the
obtaining a Tampa four
; daughters Mrs.
E. G.
and natural dialect from an old F. A. Scott inspector general of Starke be designated as the depository 627 Copeland Street, state taxation. Jordan of Nichols, Mrs, back of the neck, and threw him

I doorman In Los Angeles election _____________ 2.00R. for the City of Starke :Jacksonville, Florida. "I hope the voters will pass this Brown of Nichols, Mrs. R. D.A.Bar-M. between the turning wheels, which,

ie Celtic A. Newsom, inspector funds under he cut his left leg from his body just'
time measure said.
accent she used to during operated STARKE HOTEL GUESTS ker of Tampa, Mrs. C. S.

li Ie.: In the first part of the general election _________ 2.00T. conservator. (Under ,such opera- Recent guests at Starke Hotel After saying that the grrfff!: powers Brooker; and one sister Hough Mrs. of J. below the knee, and crushed hl.

lire she appears in the typical D. RIckenbacker, inspector tion no security required as funds Mrs. W. L. Cushman Mrs. given President Roosevelt came Kinnard of Waldo. right foot and ankle.
.s" costume with her frowsy ____.______.___-_-.. 2.00 are guaranteed by the govern were Frank Gorman New Haven, Conn.; I about because "this Is like wartime A nephew, :Joe Kinnard, who has First aid was administered by k '

MichaeL Later she blossoms W. E. Thornton, salary and ment.) I ," the speaker said "I"hope been stationed Dr. J. P. Ambrose of Waldo, but '
North in
Mrs. Anne Collins, Hampton the Panama
J In creations designed for her nine arrests______._.___ 84.00A. The following committees were President Roosevelt will exercise Ca- he could not be moved from beside r '
Mas; Mrs. H. R. Anson, New nal Zone, arrived In time to be at
Adrian, noted L. Alvarez, salary and Chairman Wall the tracks until a DeWitt C. Jones. ,
film stylist appointed by : Haven, Conn.; Miss Julia Graves, Inflationary powers within the the bedside of his uncle.
musical background adds five arrest .____.__.--10500: Electric Light, Sewer and Fire next few days."I The ambulance arrived from Gaines '
Tampa, Fla.; P. D. Whlddon L. C. DeWitt C. Jones Company ville. i t
to "Peg oMy Heart," the Floyd Green balance salary Protection L. Beaaley. chairman Cooper, Perry. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.E. believe he will expand the cur- had charge of arrangements for ,

\tare featuring two new songs city attorney _____.__ 12.50 ; P. M. Barefoot, W. M. Ed- H. Speer New York City; Mrs. rency to such an extent that there the funeral. GREEN. i '

'eetheart Darlln1." by Herbert :J. M. Edwards, balance sal wards. will be a sufficient amount of it in SPEAKS : ,
E. Berry, New York City; Miss Ma- -
ittart and Gus Kahn, and Til ary city engineer______ 12.SO Street. Sidewalk and BuildingP. rlon Mahon, Mrs. Della Brown circulation." SADIE DURRANCE Congressman R. A. Green spoke +

> ember" by Naclo Herb Brown Dr. W. B. Parks, city health M. Barefoot, chairman; T. N. Miss Willard Sours Hartford, Speaking of the economy act and Mrs. Sadie to the Gainesville Rotary Club ? i ,l

Arthur Freed, as well as incl- office ... ___.__________ 25.00: Kendrick, O. L. Beasley. the veterans bill and their possible Durrance, 40, died Tuesday at noon. He also spokeat
Conn. J. G. Wile Fla.
U ; Tampa ; suddenly at the home of her brother
music by Herbert Stothart Carl Johns, salary for Sep- Finance and Ta.xatlon--W. M. effect upon Individuals, Green said the dedication of Gllchrist Coun.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Web ter, Haverhill R. W. Sweat, in
tember ______.______. 60.00 Edwards, chairman;: P. M. Barefoot he believed "any Injustices will be Lakeland Sun- ty's court house at Trenton Thurs q
Mass. Thomas Hill, BIr. day and the
kKE ; body was sent to Rai-
WOMAN: APPOINTED H. L. Brownlee bond trustee 2.00R. O. L. Beasley. r corrected at the next session of day. ,
Ala. :J. E. Bernard New ford
I mingham. ; Monday for burial. Mrs. 1
Josephine Strode of Starke J. Davis, bond trustee__ 2.00 Rules, Laws and Ordinances. Congress."-Gainesville Sun. >ur- S ;1!
York City; Mrs. Etta Damb Mrs. rance was a former "
,.last Friday named chief of su-I D. A. Montieth bond trustee 2.00 i L. Beasley, chairman; P. M. Barefoot Anna Montgomery ,Mrs. Virginia e Brooker but had been resident of BIRTHS '

tsars In the social Quigley& Davis, lumber and I T. N. Kendrick. CAR TURNED!: OVER visiting her Mr. and Mrs. D. A. :Judd. Starke ,
Shaitzer and son. Bill Shaltzer, brother about a week.
0 of the state relief nails 263 I Sanitation T. N. Kendrick. An Surviving boy, October 5 k
J emergency --------- --- automobile belonging' to Elmer -
t. Kingston. are her husband J. F.
The appointment, a new J, W. Andrews, Jr., repairs I chairman; O. L. Beaaley W. M. McMillan was turned over on Durranee.and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. ..

xa5 mad* by Marcus Fagr I I city truck ________ 2.25: Edwards. LAKE CHURCH t the Kingsley Lake road Monday seven children In Brook Starke, boy, October 8.
er two
; brothers
Wr.qt Gulf Co. an oil.. 27.92 Board of Bond Trustees-Ii. L. R. W. and Mr. and Mrs :Emery Hazen.
[I Refining gas Services will be held at Klngsley night when the driver, Johnny Hagan. A. L. Sweat, of Lakeland.

H. Austin, cutting weeds__ 17.25: Brownlee, D. A. Montieth, R. J. Lake Church Sunday. Morning struck a culvert causing him -.- S Brooker, boy, October 10.

W., [ building its first Resolution by the city councilwas DavU. service subject: 'The Two Natures to lose control of the machine. Con- A large proportion of the fine Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald. '

Pltat frown and operated passed as follows: I There being no further businessthe ." Evening service subject: siderable damage was done to the shoes sold In Spain are manufactur' Ctarka_, boy. October 10. 1

L tot ,,completed by It is resolved by the city councilof city council adjourned to next "Three Looks. William Bailey, car Mr.'Hagan. Its sol occupant, (J on'the Island odlinorca,off Snow has '. '

the City of Starke that the Bnk meeting. _. pa.tor. v, ...., was aJl&hU7..1DJured.. its coast ia the htecU, erraneaa. leuMor, pyer not fifty fallen"years In, N_w, Or-,,., 4 ti''r '


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tar hrlmNle
Hudson Morgan. I 'ZIFF _
; I LAWTEY UAMPTON Mrs. Arzonla Bradley Is spending J

ar L this week with Misses Rosa and Mix- Lnl-i Mae ..*...1.. Cor. y "xXOr/C
r O. J. rhllllpo. Cor. Jtla. Ada NI' _>->.. Cor. u o'' ; tTOPCAL
L Edith Moore. ?
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Buch Starling returned home Services were held at Deadton FQUrr '
_ C VtUnt Selling Light The Hampton public school Is last week after spending a while In Church Saturday and Sunday by ,,

On account of the continued dry progressing nicely, under the able Plant City. Rev. O. E. McCauley of Brooker. a ovND 1N r

1 weather here strawberry growers management of Its efficient corpsof Lacy Parmenter of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs W. S. Johns and jV ,
2r are still waiting for more favorable teachers. The attendance was spent a few days last week with his daughter Dorothy of Jacksonville YO2/DA/
for setting plants. Duly a so great that another teacher was Mrs. K. Anderson. W.
4. I seasons mother were visiting ),Ir. and Mrs. y y t,
$ I has been aet up to added to the faculty this week.
small acreage and Willie
Miss Bertice Norman Lewis Wednesday. l Qr ,
Miss Hazel Underhill of Starke will 3f4 r lir.r. ( 't r
time. i a
present d
the isstst with the sixth and seventh Mae Bradley spent! Sunday with Mrs. Delotha Starling and children "4'. 4
ar Miss Gladys Knight. of Alachua were visiting her
; Mrs. Dinklns Entertain grades.
J. B. Thomas -
Mr. and Mrs.
a Mrs. C. Dlnklna entertained the Mrs. A. P. Stringer of High week.H. '
several days tha Ir
Methodist Aid Societyat mother Mrs.
,' ladle of the Springs visited her ,
t : GRAHAM H. Howard and G. W Rivera
with a quilting
her home Friday W. R. Jackson last Sunday. t'
i party. At the noon hour a most Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall and chll- were attending to business In 1 I 141
9a1. Ellen JohCr.
t tr appetizing dinner was served 1 Jren and Mr. and Mrs. Wllber Hall Starke Monday.

and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. L R. Lewis Is spending! the last r $
I Iys
; )lr8. Reddish Entertains I IE., L. Yarbrough of Waldo last Annie Yarbrough of this week at Brooker with his i

; :Mrs. V. R. Reddish entertained i I i Sunday. Funeral services were held last brother E. J.-Lewis
the young people of the city at her .I Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Sullivan Wednesday afternoon at Oak Grove I Mr. and Mrs G. W. Rivers and e / y n, q C Csyt'
1'o.'! ti', home Friday evening with a chick i; :and children of Theressa were the cemetery, Macclenny for Mills Annie daughter., Selma, of Starke have

en pellau. guests of Mr. Sullivan's mother, Yarbrough, 71, who passed moved to our,section. ; ny
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan this week. away at her home at Graham. Mr. and Mrs T. D. Dyal and .,y1 ;fti.esl'gall

Locale I Rev. Q. E. McOauley of Brooker Monday. after a brief Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal spent
Mrs. Q. W. Brown spent the preached two very Interesting sermons Miss Yarbrough was a residentof Sunday afternoon at Graham with I ?

gy'p' week-end visiting relatives In Plant at the Baptist church Sundaylast. this section for many years. Mr. and Mrs. O. W Dyal.L. .

yt At close of the evening servicea Those surviving her are: Two O. and Johnnie Lewis spent

City.Dr.. and Mrs. J. II. Carradlne conference was conducted by the sister, Mrs, J. Reynolds of Graham, Sunday night and Monday at Graham -

r were business visitors to Jacksonville church, and Reverend McGauley and Miss Mary Yarbrough of Day- with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dyal.

:Monday.Mr. was unanimously elected pastor of tona Beach; three brothers, D. J., S -
ji and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt spent the church for the ensuing year. Henry and Riley Yarbrough of New Orleans has forty-one milesof
river front and eleven miles ottrontst'8
Yl the week-end visiting relatives In He accepted the pastorate, and Macclenny.
,-L.. of utilization
Orlando. will continue his work here. He / capable
41t R. L. Beck was a visitor to Wildwood has been with this church the past Personal. along: the Inner Harbor Navigation

n'r/1 Sunday. I' three years. lie is not only loved Mr. and Mrs. Ed Yarbrough and Caiuil. .

_. Spa : John llysler of Jacksonville was and esteemed by the members of children and Miss Mary Yarbrough The largest reflector telescope '

a visitor here Wednesday. the Baptist Church, but also receives of Daytona attended the funeral of la 200-inches, Installed at to California i I /
i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wooten Mr co-operation from the mem- Miss Annie Yarbrough Wednesday. Institute of Technology,
R .R. Thede and Mrs. Enoch lareturned bers of the other churches in our Jtmmle and Vallee Reynolds and .

Tuesday from the Centuryof town. The church bas worked with Buster Surrency and Miss Cleo s SECOND

Progress Exposition in Chicago. less discord during his supervisionthan Reynolds of Tampa were visiting |, SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS I A ;.'
Mrs. J. C. Adklns of Gainesville it has ever worked and bas here last Tuesday. p GOVEQ1IOS OFrE
was visiting relatives here Tues- received several additions on confession -
1 Clyde Strickland of Windermere
day. of faith. Interesting prayer was visiting his parents last week. STATE OFZOQD
II. C. Brown of Starke was a have been .
meetings enjoyed every
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts were 4
visitor here Tuesday week and the Sunday School has
t Hill Is representing the visiting in Lake Butler Sunday. ) all apples are Ideal for both
L. H. remained above normal, in both NOT
>, Federal Land Bank in the DeLand work and attendance.C. and cooking but the MoIntoab -
I leems to be. It U groan with
'. 4 section this week. A. Blrt and family were guests close red striping but the effect 'Is -- -- -- -

W. M. Bryan who has been a of relatives In Gainesville last Sun Gum Branch softened by a soft grey bloom. Con- Among the many tropical fruits to be NOR BROWN, 1849-53, Florid s first

resident here for some time, moved day.Mr. Elizabeth Cor. cord plentiful and and Tokay popular.grapes Italian arc both found in Florida is the JAVA-PLUM or system of free public schools was estab-

t 't to Starke this week where he will I and Mrs. Clyde Hall spent Damage, are DOW" coming from Idaho.prune.That Jambolan. Though a native of south- lished. In those days free schools were

go In business. the week-end< with Mrs. Hall's parents delicious penr. the Bartlett Is atlll eastern Asia and the East Indies, it grows looked upon as charitable institutions for
a W II Edwards was a business Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen of plentiful and Inexpensive, though
_ visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday I Alachua :MIss Jeanette Carter spent! the other varieties ara beginning fn coma with great vigor in the lower sections of the benefit of the poor only. Governor

k F. Carradlno, was a business, Rev. N.County.T. King, who transports I week-end with Misses; Mildred and into mark-t. The only peaches nowavatlabl. the state. The tree, 'due to its whitish Brown's term was also marked by the renewal

? 1 visitor to Jacksonville Monday. produce throughout the state, left I Mary Alvarez. which' !ore. beautiful are the to big look California at but not branches, clean foliage and large size, is of Indian hostilities ending with

Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Bennett of I this week for Tampa and will return Miss Agnes sapp: is spending a distinctively flavored. most attractive. The oval fruits are quite the removal of many Seminoles to the

; Plant City were visiting here Sun to his home here in Novem few days with her sister Mrs. P. The cabbage and Ita higher cute acid, about an inch long and a deep red- West. Florida's board of internal in-
I D. Reddish. relatives im beginning to domlnata dish color. created during tho'
day.It pars!; tile vegetable market. Cauliflower Is provements was :
Is the correspondent's desire Misses:! Rachel and Muriel Sllcox of high quality and very reasonable. i }During the a;J:1J'\\W.!.** *t GOVFThe !- period.
l to write everything of general Interest of Starke were visiting Misses MU- Broccoli and Brussels Sprouts are --- -
Ot of the city; will you please dred and Audrey Norman Sunday.Mrs. available but will/ be more plentiful
r. help him by handing your items to Heilbronn Springs Ida Mae Shaw and little and cheaper later say Shakespeare never told
The Quaker; Maid Kitchen HOW WOMEN !
J presents the same story twice, but there is CAN WIN ME
vt him at the Standard Service Sta. Mle. Thelma Ilfcoden, Cor. daughter, Geraldine of the State the following menus for your Sunday
tlon not later than Tuesday eve. Farm were visiting relatives in this dinner. nothing unusual jthat.' Plenty of

n ning. section Thursday Low Cost Dinner court witnesses have the same rec

Miss Mildred Sanders Is spend Enoch Keene Ja spending a few Lamb Shoulder Chops ord. AND MEN WIN

CLOSING OF MAILS ing some time In Starke with her days In Jacksonville visiting relatives Mashed Potatoes C-----

V, Mall cousin Miss Hazel Johns. and friends. Creamed Cabbage There were approximately 16- The Favor of Other Men
Train South Close Miss Pauline Green spent the Mr. and Mrs J. A. Harnage and Bread red 1 P'ttter 000.000 consumers of gas in the

No. 11--Parcel I'ost___ 9.00:: a.m. week-end with Miss Nellie Greene daughters Annie Mae, Leila and Tea Stewed FreaU trune United States in 1931 according to Unless two pints of bile juice eipeot them to gt rid of till> Mir
'+ No. 107-Letters, Special In Brooker. Geraldine, and W. H. Carter were or Coffee vtl ".t the American Gas Association. flow daily from your liver into that" destroys: :your penonal ch mean Ml 1\0 II
do ,
t It for they only mow
; Delivery & Special Mrs. E. B. Hart, principal of visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Carter Medium Cowl t ,fXnnrrrled your bowels, your food decays in tall end at your boweli: and tint_
Handllns.. !DSD): a.m. I Heilbronn school spent the weekend and family at Dansvllle Sunday.We /, Chicken Satire :Tea \OTICH tllFIUTOHS TO nrrn'ons AND your bowels. This poisons your tab away enough of the drc.,M
4 whole body. Movements hard Coimetlea won t kelp at all
J North at her home In Polk City. are sorry to report that Mrs.P. Green Beana Notice I I.. hereby given that all and You get Only a of your bill\ id.r
I Tomato Salad with Dressing persona having claim. or demand constipated. get yellow lr"'i' In bowdt
Parcel Post thl.l
No. 12 and atop
: your
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Greene spent D. Reddish Is ill at this writing. Bread and Butter against the Entitle of Orover C. tongue yellow skin pimples dull on* mild v-cetabl midleint which
Letters _______ 3.00 p.m. with their Mrs. ''( Sweat decta-ed. to file their. claim. eyes, bad breath, bad ii
i Sunday daughter Misses Elizabeth and Annie Mae touting bland taste, gas, free flow of your bile juice :::
No. 103-Letters. Special Coff In. the office of B. K. Ferryman dizziness headache. Little Liver Ftlte. No cilonul ( !
Milk You
Hoy Carter who Is very ill. Harnage were visiting Mrs. P._ D. County Judge In the Court House. of have be- la Carter*.. Only fine mild -w
f; Delivery & Bpeclaillandlln Mr. and Mrs. Newn Burney of Reddish Saturday afternoon. Very Special Dinner Bradford County, Florida within come an ugly-looking, foulsmelling .extract. If :you would bring bask<
.. 8.50pm.: eight calendar month from the date sour-thinking person. You .. to win .1orI tal
rnal eharm men
Starke with her pe
ac spent Sunday par- Mra. W. F. Harnage left Sundayfor
Starke and Bell Branch honeydew Melon of the first publication of this notice. have lost your personal charm., Curler Little Liver Pijl ccoi r
ents, Mr and Mrs R. U. Parmenter. Umatllla where she will spend Oven-broiled Chicken Browned Yam. And those Indebted to the en* Everybody direction; today. 214 at drug non.
wants to
Mall closes ____________ 7:00 run from .
: am. Fried Tomato Slices tat. are required to pay the same to you. ftalu e omethlnar iu t a wed".h
time with her son-in-law and
L Mall arrives_________ 2:40: some the underlined administrator But don't take salts mineral may gripe loosen teeth or weld ,
p.m. Currant Jelly Rulla and ButterLemon I '
Mr. and Mrs. Oran Morgan of j daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. H. T. H. SWEAT, Administrator, waters, oils, laxative pills laxa- rectum. A"k for Carter lAttlsLiver
Meringue Pie P. O Box> 445, UulnxHvUle, Florida Pill by "aman" srt ,.
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EDITORIAL STAFF BRADUORD WINS ANOTHER; alty to a much higher degree than SIXTH GRADE t

DOWNS: ALACIIUA 13 TO 6 SCHOOL DAYS -. By DWIG baa ever existed. (Miss strlfklnnd-, Teacher) I

,, ,1 EditorInChiefr We have three new pupils. Their
i ,p A....t. Edltor-ln-Chle .
tt Managing. Editor For the first time in B.H.S. football fine and large combined glee club names are Viola Tyler, Ruth Brant-

ll Aunt Manag:. Editor history the Tornadoes have J this. year. We owe a lot to Mrs ley and Idell Luke 1
nteI 'H fy Exchange Editor won a football game from Alachua \\1\ \ : Wall for her untiring efforts and We are also making history
I Il
E' (III|, wickA. Ex. Editor High. The visitors took the short I work with us and so let's show our booklets of the Greeks and Ro-

n ; ,onLiterary Editor end of a 13-8 score in a bitterly appreciation for her work by better mans which arc very interesting.

I A1081. Literary Editor fought game on the local gridironhere tt f' conduct while la the auditorium on Melvin Griffis was fifteen years
IA, Friday in the first home I I [I afternoons old October 3. ,
,.,11 -- ..I'N'! >' '* Editor gameof i : Thursday
']?, AM8t. Sports Editor the season. A fairly large crowd ': What Would Happen If-

lie ____Boclety Editor' was on hand to witness the game. "There has been a 200 per cent Edwin didn't talk

A At. K _Joke Editor ; The Tornadoes' showing in the \ i : increase In behavior, attitude of Alice didn't make faces
dwlB. -
?,? Jr., A. t. Joke Editor first half was unimpressive. Still III IIII the students, etc., since I was here Arty didn't cut-the-fool? '
,,''Algernon they were not yet a beaten team Lumanda got any demerits?
AUHtln., ______Reporter I in school, says Jimmy Peek an '
,tor Entertainment neither side having yet scored- but ex-Bradford High student whomwe Jean Davis, Reporter. )

rtM in.,>wnlee _. _____Reporter they lacked the fight they bfwl are very glad to have back withus.
primary, and showed In their previous affair. The I He says that we have Miamiall SIXTH GRADE yit'

Tornado line was not holding. Ala- beat! (Mice Jacobs, Teacher)

HONOR ROLL chua wag driving through play aft- 1 Our room had charge of the ;!
er play with ease. Throughout the I IlII
I LOW THIRD GRAVE TburldBY.!! 'We had
.. Noegel chapel program
ft-irst Grade-E:- Alescla first half Alachua continued this 1, f I II '
-- the :
Tomlin- program
Lara Keen Margaret down'the
march field almost at
The Low Third Grade Is planning and
Carroll itI A skit!! by Oliver Thompson
| Mack Futch Norman Harrell. will. Not until Alachua neared the JI a dramatization of "Fairy Foot" Grace Green. u
iroia; \ Tomllnaon Bryan goal line did the Tornadoes' line
( Frances Lee Johns, a story In their reader. Some of A tap dance by Frnnk'.e Ritch. j
Bio! Anderson, ever tighten down. Here, by some the in this have ?
Robert Lewis.is .- people story very A Kong "Ruelan and Rachel by {
|?:.3e Summers break or other they always man- I : large feet The children are get- nix members of the Sixth Grade,
Oliv Ray D-Helen aged to prevent a score. Then they .. ting "special feet' for this play. Oliver Thompson. Juanita Barefoot
C and )
A.rs, Trade; (
themselves out of
| punted danger. They hope to use it for a chapel L. C. Smith, Jr., Margaret
I Jessie Mae Byrd "
,den-Orcok, Th Tornadoes' poor showing in later. i, .
and WlllaVlda )
l : t program Lowry. Tommp Ritch. ;
AVdelia ,
,no aulerson, 'this half was all hinged around t,
Norman Thomas Henry, r A ttkI FreddieVlmberly has brought a Killingswotth. 4) f ,

L'm'n, ans Collette Green; Agnes- one themselves point-overconfidence.tear the ragged To Live see I turtle which Is being cared for In A song, "Old Black Joe," by Joe 1 ('

Mary Smith, Monteen Oak eleven to the Tornadoes I the room. nicies.
bbar. i pieces \j
ith Elizabeth!: Johns, Lloyd Till-Lee I' thought they were really in- \ Lt r' td1UqiI I I Grace Walnwrlght, Teacher. A A piano play, solo"Sun-Bonnet by Tommy Sally Ritch.and +y, '
Nettles, Aubrey _
In, tJ ry vincible. As compared to Alacbuo, !
NF1S'M Overall Jim, by Juanita Barefoot
1 Betty Hayes,
vcr bby Biggs Suwanee High was a very Inferior, L1' I FOURTH OIT '
and Rhodes
Belle Ralph
Lttn Raines.Miss Lena inexperienced team. Truly enough, We are working hard this week l

[par Teacher. Suwanee outweighed the Tornadoes : Donald DuBois!!, Revers Hundley, .
because we have our work books.M
,, 1rade. (A and B-Eva by a wide margin. They' had the I Imww' Mae Nettles and Edna Bryan re-

jorothy Williams.-lllss. tallow, all right-yesff Indeed "I turned to school this week after >TK'H OK1 Invite PROOF Ii 6

Ige UiJdleton, Teacher. plenty of it -but it takes a good I -- being absent because of sickness. .I..t( UI Lend TlM orrlre Interiorivnvrnt ." (4 p 4t d

l Grade---Betty Ruth AnOonald' deal more than Just tallow to play A new girl came Into our class ,%t \Vlt.hl..Kt..n. VI. V.! Sept IS. loa:.. L- Z
uno Doris Goo- football. Monday from West Palm Beach. Notice U .hereby given that John ?
", Bagwell, D. Mathews, of Starke. Florida, who,
Ruf;ell GatHn Bobbie McRae, Putting it plainly the Tornadoes F Her name Is Florice Hepard. Our on March 18, 1020' made: See. gt! <))9, It. }" '

t.garet Stringfellow. Willle>Iae thought they were going to face a i total.nrollment Is fifty. R.nnlnrnvllla homoiiteaU series.entry., for the No WM 031R.1 N''hK '

'ey Miss Thelma Silcox bunch of numbskulls--easy pick Frances Strickland was absent J\04\ NWU.. Suction >, Towimhlp 6 /a.Kitntre : I
diet ings. But they had a far different ME. a .Hi'" GJfNi fWcel.S' ? : Monday. its R, Tnl. Meridian has filed N ,.
notice of Intention to make three
iccomi. Grade-A-Clyde: Hub- team to Scope with this time. Before c--r GoS: tcye.RD\\ SoMe OF os ee iOO. ( 1F7)te Thursday wan our day to put on year Proof, to ..t"I.>II.h claim to the
the chapel Before our land above described, before A. J. '
|.1 l, Elnora Bennett Llnnle Belle the game had gotten well under .. Re.WERet4"J J the Thornua, Cleric. of the Circuit 44
I. Lillie Dell Davis. Marie DuE way, things looke drather _dif negro wedding following num- fttarke. Florida on the 17th Courtl -9 1 1! ti
,:Doris' Mae Gaffney, Odessa ferent. By the end of the first bers were given: October, 1838.Claimant 1'' '

lifia, Jessie Mae Slade Geraldine half they were convinced that they PICK UPS or twenty years after the couple' SOCIETY "Old Black Joe." entire cast S. Htrlcklnnd name, of all Starke wltneanem, Florida A.: '

Starling.lecond were up against a fighting team. graduated from B.H.S. and said "I Among those attending the Flor- "Tap Dance"-Geraldlne Silcox Fred Sa...., of Starhe, Florldal) Shelton l- t
|j I. Thelma "
Grade-B-.Joe English They knew they had to get down to Shufford, although suffering froman do." Together they held a large Ida-Suwanee game in Jacksonville and Doris Kruse."I drlffli Starling, of, of starke Starke, Florida., Florida, Uenf7' ;

business if they expected to win, attack of fever, played his end photograph album and silently; Saturday were: Mr and Mra. C. Don't Know Why"-Selma D. K. PARHOTT, d i q
Bffee! Pitts, Olin White Ninaop and they did, but found It no easy position against Alachua Friday, turned the faded pages as a chorusof W. Larson, Miss Hazel Middleton, Thornton. Actinic Assistant l Coinml..loner. '
Stockwell Patsy 20-81I1tl11-
Kathleen Job. By this time the Tornadoes i and although he had a temperatureof the Tenth and Eleventh Grades' A. E. Wall, John Inman Lois Ad- Godrery Gordon Guatavus Gore- '

|u Wainwright Alberta H.Wood-C.fth have no doubt found out that I around 100 be gave a good account sang "Sweethearts Forever" with klna Frank Inman, Harry Tyson. A reading by Othma Haynes. .' '0. '_' ...u. .. ...-,_ _... r'

Jd. Ruth ClIck.-Mr touchdowns aren't handed out on I of himself. We call that accompaniment by Mrs. Hoffman. Kitty Hogsed and Lois Long "Sweetheart Darling" Geraldine -

Teacher.Ird silver platters-not by any mean grit. Next Harry recalled to Martha. went to the State Farm Sunday Stlcox and Dorothy Green. 1 tt
Grade (Low-Joe An- Tornadoes Get Started the time when they were In grammar afternoon. "Mary Jane Told Me"-A read- ATLASThe '
Bivs, Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu Da- I school. The chorus then
The second half was an entirely It seems true that Edwards nev sang S. R. Johns, A, K. Wall o.ndllal' Ing by Shirley Morgan.
I Mary Dixon, Dorothy Leena different story. The lint buckled er really plays football until he "School Days" as a small couple Tyson motored to Jacksonville "Lazy Bones"-Jacqueline An-

| Alverttne Johnson, Patsy down and seldom weakened; although gets a scent of the goal. Then just from the primary grades circled Sunday ry afternoon.Mrs. drews and Rivers Hundley."He Standard OH 4

|n, Barbara Snow Loca Belle the passing defense looked try and stop him! the stage representing the young. Sat on the Door Step"-
li Sewell Katherine Kinlaw none too good. The Alachua outfit i sters thirty years ago. D. P. Carpenter, Mra. T. T. Doris Kruae and Geraldine Silcox.In Tire Guaranteed '
L Wainpit Long, Mrs Hal Hoffman, Mrs. T. J.
Barefoot-Mrs. Grace started flinging passes, which Did you notice how that Alachua Then Martha called to her hus- our wedding Enos Hayes was '
Teacher seemed to be their only hope now, fullback could get around, though 7 band's attention a picture of them Alderman and Mrs. L. A. Gray I' the groom Edith Mae Taylor the One Year ,. I r.. 4d

Kird Grade-A-Jlmmle' Griffis.a and completed some mighty fine Boy he was slick as okra!! petting in the park. The song of went to Jacksonville Saturday. bride Freeman Register ring- d } ti

Anderson, Carolyn Green relied mainly a that name was Charles Jimmy Peck an old student of.. bearer Thelma Ricks flowergirland
ones. They upon sung by *...........4 .; '
Bet Johnson Ellen Mersereau.- line buck long passes, and a fake Harrell had a few words with Pender and Mignon Slason, who' D.H.S., returned to school last Edward Brock the preacher. t + Y ,

is Lucille Edwards, Teacher. pass which turned out to be a long one of the Alachua boys. This also represented a couple petting week after attending Miami High '

fourth Grade-Enos Hayes Oth- end run. Gillis the Alachua fullback seemed to stir up the Tornadoes on a park bench. for a year. \\'hutVould happen If- Frigidairethe 4

I Haynes, Retha Geiger Fenol was the backbone of the fighting spirit for they went to Coach Larson, represented ably Many high school students attended Mrs. Hart lost her earrings ?

| 9, Geraldine Silcox, Carrie team. Too much credit cannot be work right here. Maybe that's all by W T. Weeks, was recalled as the dance given by Jimmy Liv- Robert Judd didn't sit by the In j (!

Be Bennett.-Mrs. Herbert Hart I given him. The way he flung those they needed. Try it again, Keeffee. he put his boys through their pacesin ingston and his orchestra Friday. blackboard ? three 1
icherfifth long passes! and ran those ends is football practice. Some of the night. J. E. Denmark knew how to divide year guar-

[ Grade-Gladys Johnson worthy of compliment. Q.'S AND A.'SQ. boys were Hub Packham Edward Mary Lucille Torode spent the ? anted electric refrigerator 3 '
Edwards. started the fireworks Wainwright, Ronald Pitts and Gil- week-end In Starke. Thelma Manning didn't wash her ,
Bolyn Keen. Emmaline Morgan, Why does Carter go over the ( l -
Inces Loralne with a touchdown after a series of bert Brown. Joe Edwards hands before dinner? l' '
Overstreet. Mary top when a pile of players block Dorothy Sapp,, +
Jkwcll, Elizabeth Wells. Harold hard drives and Carter converted a his way? A male quartette, Ronald Pitts, Geraldine Johns and Mildred Hund- Ferol.Jones, Reporter. ,

(pop, Edgar Roof Irvin Tlllman. fine placement, making the score A. Maybe its because he can'tcrawl James Hollingsworth, Charles Pen- ley motored to Gainesville Sunday ,
70. Gillis of Alachua took a long FIFTH GRADE
xth Grade-A-Juanita Bare- der and Paul Raymond, sang afternoon.
end Jaunt and Carter stopped hima under.Q. (Mia Annl' Mae J>.arce. Teacher) For sale bySmith's
H, Margaret Lowry Tom Merse- "Down By the Old Mill Stream,"
few yards of the goal line. Gillis What position do you think I '
1>. Willa Vida Killlngsworth and "The and Blue Uni- f
Bph then took a short pass standing on could play best? Orange !MOST DIGNIFIED SENIOR I A poem by a member of this ;
Rhodes Emmett of
Ferryman versity Florida pep song CONTEST class
ferny the line, drop-kick failing, and the A. If you've got broad shouldersand : ""
Ritch.-Miss Rosalind Jam Mrs. L. A. Gray soprano and' Little
Teacher.xth score became 7-6. The Tornadoes no brains you'd make a good Mrs. Hoffman, alto,:sang "In tin Who is the most dignified Senior 'I .The little things Thing do Service .+ y
worked their down Into : you
again way tackle. It takes broad shoulders 'I u
Valley of the Moon. with'accom- ? We have decided
Grade-B Doris Crews, I to promote The little things you say
Alachua territory and Captain to stop plays and If had ;
Diams Crews, Jean Davis Lu- you any paniment by Mrs.. H ttman. !a contest to decide to whom shall Are like fragrant flowers '

Rx la Dyal Vernon Dyal Irene I with Strickland another broke marker.up the The close place score tackle.Q.brains.you wouldn't.want to be a Two dances, the first by Callie !fall the honor of being consideredthe Drifting through the day. Station

Wlge, Jenelle Hutcblnga, Mary Strickland and Sidney Hershfleld. most dignified Senior.
Be Judd, Florence Mersereau ment went wide but the score Was this the first time we and the other by six girls of the Rule The little things you say Starke, Fla. h .
was 13-6. ever beat Alachua? Tenth and Eleventh Grades Virginia The little 1 1eo
Be Peterson, Resale Thomas. The Tenth and Eleventh Grade things you do
Alachua eleven un-
was now
Edna Strickland Teacher. doubtedly The a beaten team. They A. Yes. Let's brag about It. It. Wiggins' Callie Strickland students will be eligible to cast ballots Are love'a kindly fingers -. --. ....-.-. ...,---.0

gventh Grade-A-Andra Belle bad been outsmarted to a great ex- might be the last time. Elaine Wynn, Lillian Sternberg The 'contest will begin Mon. Holding friends for you.

Pips, N. T Ritch Jr., ClaraBme tent. They expected passes but Q. How did Carter kick that Mildred Hundley and Dorothy day and continue until the follow- Dorothy Alvarez.

Dorothy Boulware Gloria were met' by a strong running at- I beautiful placement Friday? Sapp, represented these young ladies ing Friday when the votes will be .,

frs, Millie Silcox Sidney Griffis.veoth tack Instead. Carter continued his : A. We've tried every way we as" "successes" in Zlgfeld's"Follies. counted. The ballot box will be located We Fifth Grade News I i ( .t
thank Mr. a
Grade-B Lorraine fine ball carrying, as did Strick- know to figure this- out and we on the office table and bal Gray very much
Mignon Slsson, local dancing for inviting ua to School
Rtman, Geraldine Tillman Mary land although he let the ball slip finally decided that he must have lots will be obtainable there. "Do High .
i-iett Bishop Jewett Fogg Rob- away from him several times witha kicked it with his toe.ENTERTAINMENT. teacher gave a popular number your part," end vote I chapel as we always enjoy going tr ,
as a "knockout 'on Broadway.Mrs. to It.
RBlalr, Ralph DuBois. touchdown In view all of which The winner will not be announceduntil ll
Hoffman was accompanist.Next Some of us were well pleased
Bshth Grade-I* O. Jones, Billy was hard luck of course. Edwards NEWS Friday a week. In the B.H.S. 1'
Lak with
was a solo "Mighty a our report cards for the first
Iff. Billy Powell, Roawell Noegel, made a great Improvement over his Journal. A
Rose Nolan
by Canova, local month and others were not. We More '
>n (LESTER AUSTIN Editor) than 6O7 _
Stump previous some
Carol displaying
ArleBnan. playing --
White tenor. This number was so popu hope that all of us will make above i i choice Havana t li'
mighty hard drives. Assembly ProgramOur lar that Mr. Canova ASSOCIATIONSuperintendent '"C" { 4
was given an on everything this month.
plus other choice t4i
'nth Grade-AlKay Carlisle I. The Lineup weekly assembly program encore. He was accompanied by Lucile Hardenbrook has been absent tooported n
e Davis, Don StUley. Arlie Starke (13) Alachua ((6)) last Friday of which Mrs. Hoff Mr. Floyd, a member of an orches- A, J. Grlffia this week. We hope that she tobacco .... aI

jnholtz, Andrew Taylor. Arthur Wall LE Cole man's room was in charge was a tra from Asheville N. C. has planned the following contribu will soon return. cue.and aroma found td t '

Bnbora, Martha Slade. Packham LT Powell knockout from the opening chorusto Then came the real hit of the dons as Bradford County's part In Ancil Griffin had a birthday October only la higher priced '

nth Graae--LHllan Sternberg, Johns LG Wlsenbecker the pep meeting. In fact some show "Cab" Galloway, with the Central Florida Education Association 9-was fifteen. We hope that cJg n_ihat'e JOHN

B"ile flee Cone Elaine Wynn Harrell C Bryan o( the older heads of the faculty Charles Pender behind the mask which meets at Gainesville he can come to school regular this RUSKIN standard olvalue.

nle McCauley Torode RG Vaughn were beard to comment that It leading his. famous orchestra com- October 27 and 28. Our partof term and paaa to the Sixth Grade. .

eventh Grade-A-Audrey Car- Inman RT Dixon stood out with some admission posed of a guitar bugle drum vio- the program: Elizabeth Wells Reporter Don' fcn aaUled by

Frances Cadman Joe Edt Shuford RE Gibson shows staged on local stages and lin and the slide trombone. This "Some Problems of Senior High t old lime brand a 11

t Myrna Frink. Mildred Edwards QB Emerson far exceeded any chapel programseen mock band] was "played" by such School Mathematics"-Miss Isabel Q"rJ1e1'sM. A "marked
Strickland (C) LH Lyman here In moons. It Included notables Fernandez, Bradford down toSc'JOIINRUSKZN
I'J'ey.' Martha Powell Mary Lu I many as Ronald Pitta James County High i if
Cooper RH Fowler anything from solo School Starke: Discussion led
ff Torode singingto rlollingsworth, Sidney Her bfleld, by
Mary Irma p- brrr.. o
Wynn 5 U the
: Carter FB CUlis (C) "'silent Professor Leon pw db] > ej cigar giving 1
(well, Dorothy a orchestra" and acro- Paul Raymond and Joe Edwards, A. Gray,
Ruby 1 '
|*, Louise Snyder Alma Thorn. Scoring r Starke-Touchdowns batic dancing. Mrs. ,Hoffman, respectively. "Cab" Bang "She'llBe "Preparation and Progress, Factors you full 1933 value
Herbert Packman Robert Edwards 1; Strickland 1; conversions serving her first year in the Brad- Coming 'Round the Mountain; In Junior High School Mathe .1i.for, your 5 cento. t (
a ;
Pman. 1.Alachua. Ford High teaching'faculty, certainly and received an encore. matics"-Mrs. R. F. Demoreat, t r Try a few today h

r-oKth- Grade-A-Lola Adkina. Touchodwna, Gillis 1. deserves lots of credit for Another duet by Mrs. Gray and Bradford Junior High School de- You will enjoy every a '! ,j ,

[se Arwood, Martha Brownlee. B. H. S. SCHEDULED TO PLAY putting her debut as assembly program Mrs. Hoffman. "When Your Hair ; partment. Discussion led by Prof. rR pug
V director over with a bang. las Turned to Silver followed. BBeDon't
Clemons Gratton Cooper NEW SMYRNA ELEVEN TODAY H. B Wiggins Brooker 1'
"" First Professor Gray took the Mrs.
yn Haynes Accompaniment by Hoffman.
Kitty Hogsed
|uerite Prevatt Frow Strlck- Friday October 13, the Tornadoes stage for announcements among Finally Mrs. Cray, Mrs.< Hoffman KEEP AIIEAIJ OF T11E GAME be Influenced & 7b. cew,1A1

|, Richard Thede. will take a lengthy trip to which was the game that afternoon and the chorus Joined In on -

r\'eltth Grade- --Lester Austin, New Smyrna to play the New with Alachua and an account of "Sweethearts' Forever as the Let's get a little more pep at by Extremes.HAROLD % R.d.eoubl. "H Z

reo 1 Dlnl 7 Godwin. Louise Jackson 3.m Tornadoes have copped their first from Live Oak. 12 to 0. having reviewed the album com not just a few. If we all do our -
')"na hard battle is Then pletely.A .._-.r_ ..i r. .:A : =
Lois Long. Alta two games easily a came a novelty feature to part there will be more noise in
"".._._.' MsI..led. Y ,.. ..w
.wa when the two In fact the entire was then
Stump Dorothy Swan- expected today 'which. program pep meeting called pep meeting and at football games. M wrr
B *nni<. LaU a Tucker Dorothy teams clash. The Tornadoes have was subordinate. Keeffee Harrell and such yells aa "Come on, old sss

e.. steadily built up a strong offense portraying Mr. Harry Tyson, and Bradford,* "When our football fellows Mr. Gray we want to take this ........e "sat.....fa. el........ beW.
:-- end defense aa well aa a good line Hope Haynes representing Martha I fall In line" and "The Skyrocket means of expressing our feelings _a .... __. ," '--

PEW: BITS : .:.niEDCLUEl and are expected to bold their own Brownlee Tyson hU wife sat at Yell" were given. The foot- towards you. We want to tell you r.:.-r-a- -J.-I Ie

hEonud South BounD In scoring. This game will deter- one aide of the stage the effect of ball boys then went to the dressing from the bottom of our hearts how .e.hdr r.. .

IHA-M.__-_ 9:34 A. :M. mine the real strength of the Tornado grease paint and powder Indicating rooms while the other boys return.ed much we appreciate what you've

s P,,1L_- ...1204; P. M. eleven, as they will receive the that they were both on the wrong upstairs (with the girls for the done for B.H.S. In your pleasing ((

13 p' M.- _-- 6:19: P. :M. acid test when they tangle with aide of forty. Really It was supposed final period. And then the game.P. manner you have encouraged cltlenahlp INSUR / I......Oaar Ufa.Ca..Ufa*Newark.N.J.

"' -,- L 2:04 A. :M.. New Smyrna Hlgb. to be the year 1990, fifteen a: We won the game. sportsmanship and loy- STARKE F O.lUNE8VD..L1S OAN0T OCXDistributor ;

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''r'I' :: Louise BirthdayLouise Stern HonoredOn BROOK.EK Woman Who Chooses Her Make-Up Proper?r' 1 1Is

; SJiietyj number Marie of her Stern little friends entertaineda last I MlM Vera Galway, CJ.r. Not Limited in Range of Her Dress Colors 'I

: : Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 6:00: i
o'clock at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney and
.,Ii. Mr. and Mrs W A. Stern, on South in to '
-, Cherry Street, the occasion being; children and Mrs. H. CJalney were Every Face Its Own Study t5a

P.-T A. Program Circle Meetings Of her ninth birthday anniversary.Pink Lake vlultlng/ Butler Mrs.Sunday R. W.afternoon.Brannen .at Highlights Shadows and c

"t For 1933-34 Baptist W. M, S. radiance roses were used Mrs. Lorraine Pritchard of v t k
effectively to decorate the home, Shin Tone.
The program committee of the Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. G.' and during the afternoon many Blountstown spent Saturday and

? 1 y Parent-Teacher Association fort A Anderson were hostesses to Circle games and contests were played by Sunday here as the guest of Mr. VT LUCILLE FIELDSCounselor

1933.34 have arranged to have the No 1 Monday afternoon at the the young folks. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby. National Btauty InttitutfIT .
for the Epperson home on South Walnut Alph Hazen motored to Lake
following special speakers Mrs. Stern was assisted In enter
coming months: Street, which was beautifully deco- taining the young folks by Mrs. W. City Sunday afternoon. Is Interesting to note how. In
rated with red hlbscus blooms at- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and various periods of history, certain
Kahr and
September-"What Are We to A. Scott, Miss Christine
arranged In vases and little daughter of Jacksonville cosmetic traditions have
'+1 : ," Do With Our Schools?" Mrs. A. M. tractively Mrs. John Klnlaw. that
bowl.i spent Sunday here as guests of her been observed 'so, to realize
Delicious refreshments of Ice
I ; Darby. The new leader, Mrs. E. C. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey.Mr. we are making #, s
and cake served and
cream were ,
R rti October-"Opportunity Through Priest, opened the devotional serv and Mrs. C. S. Laird and hls-toryourlelves
k a favors were balloons. right along this
Prof. L. A.
Education Gray. servicethe Jean Saturday
V ice. After the devotional daughter spent line. r
enjoyingthis lovely party
'" l; November "Nutrition anj regular business meeting fol- were: night here as guests of Mr, and : I .ci The Egyptians, a to fn
J q : e'f Growth" Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. lowed. Mrs. L. A. Brown. for instance,
Patsy Ruth Wainwright, Billy,
? December-"Alcohol and Nar- Mrs. J. H. Lord was elected co- Wainwright, LeEtta Clrpening, Jerome I Mr and Mrs. R. Webb and children a drew a heavy

cotics," Mrs A. Wood. leader; Mrs. J. H. PIUs, secretaryand Johns, Katherine and John and Miss Willie Mae Hlnson t' t4 line of black
service chairman spent the week-end with friends along each eye
N F,1, I: January "Heroes and Hero personal ; Kinlaw, Betty and Doris Kruae, continuing
P. M. Barefoot, treasurer and relatives In Jacksonville.
Worship"-((1) Effects'upon char- Mrs. ; Margaret and Betty Stringfellow, the black lines "
4i acter of heroes In books, Mrs. T. T. Mrs. Lloyd Green, press reporter; Eloise Bullock, Gloria Buford, Bet- G. E. McGauley, Artford Brown almost to thehair
1, Effects character Mrs It. A. Thomas and Mrs. H. H. and Andrews and Winfred Hazen attended the J I edge.; The j : i:
s A a long; ((2)) upon ty McRae, Joe Jacqueline ?
tY Carroll chairmen of the benevolentfund football game in Starke Friday "
1 Miss Japanese shaved
in Cleon Kin-
f of heroes moving pictures Bobby Biggs, w "
; Mrs. David Sllcox and Mrs.E. O. J. Mott was attending to business Luoliu Field their brows and $
p' Isabel Fernandcz.February"The. Chen, Betty Hayes, Enos Hayes,
1 Child's Home"spiritual C. Priest, transportation com- Margaret Lowry.. Mack Futch, and in Jacksonville Thursday. I I Under painted the In Regency more delicate woman aiches.rouged

pT ( and aesthetic values of mittee. Betty, Ca.rolyn.ColJette and Eula hard vivid
,Y CHILD-MOTHERS IX FLORIDAA their cheeks crudely-In ,
The following church
1 home surroundings! ), Mrs. T. J. Al- committee for the rest of October Green. startling statement appears In I', patches. TL* court beauties of the

; "; derman.. March--"The Child's School" were appointed as follows: Third W. M. S. Business Meeting the recent report of Dr. Harry i appreciation Loiila' reign showed ot coloring a more delicate

g a'" V (beauty In the school room as related Sunday, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs: The Woman's Missionary Societyof Hanson, State Health Officer. In I Earlier In our own generation, the
11" his vital statistics, Dr; Hanson k
i Green, Mrs. W J. Epperson
to the child's behavior In the Lloyd the Methodist Church will meet tradition was to plan the makeupi
school room), Mrs. E K Perry.a and Mrs. G. A. Anderson; Fourth Monday afternoon at 3:30: ,at the found recorded the deaths of three i according to the color of eyes andhalr.

,; ;' man. I Sunday, Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs church. Business and devotional mothers, age ten to fourteen. .Today, we're taught that makeup It M1 L < ,
J H. Hundley; Fifth Sunday, Mrs. meeting. Floridians were shocked a few Is a matter of skin tone and ensemble. I

:'' April-"Opportunity Through I T. A. Mersereau and Mrs. L. G. Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: the days ago to read In the Associated Every face, It has been i
LeI8ure"-Readlng and Recreation, I Hemingway.Mrs. Press news the story of an East found at the Djer-KIss Salou, offers
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.: study circle will meet at the In shadow
Indian mother, seven old. In Ha own study highlights
J. H. Pitts, Mrs. H. H. Carroll years
Music. Mrs. G. H. church. "Christianity and Industry aud .kln tone, So that an olive
Religion, *
w' ,*' Lowry. Mrs R. A. Thomas, Mrs. E C In America" Is the title of the their Indignant reaction to that brunette neighbor or friends' selee!' There is artistry in the way. Una Mjrkcl applies a bit of.rouge ,
? fact, did not know and would
y + a Priest, Mrs. A M. Darby and Mrs. they for the
book for study, and Mrs. W. B. lion Is not only no guide
c' not have beleived that similar caRes that may be chosen fl'om-If the on your f&cu. It's all I UK, e"I11
P. M. Barefoot were appointed as it be guide either
Middleton Is the blonde but may no
; American Legion Auxiliary superintendent.B. right sort oMriake-iip IK chosen It that there can not be / '
occur in Florida.An iiapschooslAg ct
delegates to the New River Association lur a brunette of ivory skin anj blue
1 you never wore red before!\ you nor slapstick :
To :Meet Friday Evening W. M. S. rally, which was Y. P. u FederationThe old law in Florida permits eyes! who runs to cold, clear: colors might Indeed, find It a lovely color you want to be referred c ,u itltmlf.begirt

j; Tho regular meeting of the held at Pine Grove Church Wednes New River B. Y. P. U. 'Federation marriage with parental consent, in dress. TJie feubum-halred girt ou you with lipstick, rouge, powderand who knows her make.upiStudy ,
with dark would not choose the
Starke American Legion Auxiliary day.Mrs. met at Pine Grove Church without regard to the age of the came kind eyes of inak-up\ the golden eyeshadow of just the right Intriguing Make-up Harmony)
I + T. Frank Landrum was last afternoon with contracting parties. It is entirely tints. Or, you might wear You're smart
will be held tonight (Friday) at the Sunday a good girl with blue eyes not ony; because enough to know that
,f Legion Hall at 7:30.: At this time gladly welcomed as a new meinter attendance. legal in Florida for a girl of seven their complexion: coloring would be cue of the lovely ice blues, cold- with the soft lingerie touches la

t the auxiliary will be honored with of the circle. Mrs. J. H. Lord invited The Starke B. Y. P. U. again won -the age of the Indian mother :diLferent but because they would water pinks, orchids with make-up vogue everywhere on the ensemble
the subtle
as complementary note.
+ r'' a visit of several district officers. I the circle to meet with her at the: attendance banner.' The young to become a wife, If her parents choose different colors In dress. At the makeup should be soft and dell1 1
After the regular business meeting, the next meeting.Refreshments I folks and their leader, Mrs. R. A consent. Girls of ten to fourteen ojr rate, this Is the keynote of makeup I'm sorry I can't go Into this in cate. That a heavy coat ot tan Is going
q such detailed to
a way as cover to call for a different kind
it Is being by discriminating
members of of punch and wafers Thomas the interestthe have recently married in Florida as ; practiced
auxiliary and their appreciate women today. There's every type, skin tone and ensemble.But rouge and lipstick than semi the
r husbands and guests will enjoy a were served by the hostesses church folks are taking in this and have died becoming mothers- 10 much more beauty in it than In you girls are smart! You'resmart pale skin.If .

banquet at the hall given in honor assisted by Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. work, and for providing them waysto three cases officially reported to the old way of choosing make-up. about your dress color ensem you can't figure this make-uj
of these district officers. Circle members present were: attend this federation. the State Board of Health. ble. You make few glaring mistakes harmony out for yourself, make 1110 1
Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs. R. J. Davis Clearly, here is a command for Make-up and Dress Colors -because you've educated your. QUlrles. The np-to-dale, progreulti
: Brinson-Tutt Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. G. H. EVERGLADES COMIC STRIP legislation, correcting the inhuman; It's the reason why our present selves to color harmony in dress and cosmetic manufacturer has this :Information -

Meadle, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. Here Is something that would be act of an old and forgotten Legls- day women are wearing more )'outh.ft hat, tag and shoes. If you can do on band, ready (for the
( :Mrs. 'M, M. Poythress of Mac- Lloyd Green, Mrs. 1-1. H. Carroll, funny in a comic strip: The train lature. I I colors In dress. There Is simply this with what you put on your back, asking along with the make! up products [
ao limit I .to the range of dress colors you surely'! "an do >It with what goes you'll need.
clenny, Fla., announces the'mar- Mrs. T. F. 'Landrum, Mrs. J. H. which carried refugees from the That archaic law should be repealed -

"l riage of her daughter, Helen Vernon Pitts, Mrs. T. A. Mersereau, Mrs. S. hurricane got stalled a few miles' and an act passed fixing an The hornets and other wasps > The Department of the Interiors South Africa began ostrich

t ? Tutt, to Edison Milton Brinson F Hamrick, Mrs. David Silcox, north of town and when the negroes age limit for marriage, regardlessof were the world's first manufactur- 'administers the affairs of Alaska Ing for plumes in 1867 farm'l

of Starke, July 9, 1933, at Dothan, Mrs. JT. H. Hudley, Mrs. L. G. Hem. ate all the food they had parental consent. era of paper ;'and Hawaii. j London haa four aJe.b

Ala. ingway, Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, Mrs. taken with them one of the men The existing law is a relic of bar-

A This announcement came as a R; A Thomas, Mrs. F. B. Johns, volunteered to go to a nearby gro- barism.No .

4 ip a :,, surprise to their many friends here. Mrs. E. F. Johns, Mrs. D. Kite, cery store and steal some stuff to parent should have a legal:

Ma l r N, Mrs. Brinson Is formerly of De- Mrs. Q. A. Anderson and Mrs. W, eat. It was after sunset and the right to permit the violation of Immaturity r

', } j mopolls, Ala., and received her education J. Epperson. store was poorly lighted and the the outrage upon childhood -

ti r. at the Macclenny High Circle No 2 was entertained by storekeeper was busy while the ne- perpetrated in the three instances -

a School and at the Woman's College, Mrs. L. G. Powell and Miss Etta gro tied the bottoms of his trousers reported by the State

Montevallo, Ala. Tison at the Powell residence. over his shoes and filled his trous- Health Officer.-Tajnpa Tribune.
r"F'F'' Mr. Brinson Is the youngest son Bright fall flowers were arranged ers with cans that he stole from .

of Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Brinson of In the living room where the mem- the shelves. When he got back to CARD OF TIIANKS I

? :t'.i r I Starke. He received his education bers were seated. the car his fellow refugees were To our many friends and especi- II I 1 1 t

a vJr + at Robert E. Lee High School In Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader, con- Joyful at the prospect of eating the ally Mrs. Mott and family, Mr. I I i "

;W::: Jacksonville and at the University ducted the devotional service after twelve cans of pork and beans that Wainwright and family, we wish to bl1 hill ..I vii 1

,,1 ( of Florida, and the University of which the bcslness meeting followed he- said he had. But he didn't have express thanks for the kindness

r't Alabama, where he was a pledge of cans of pork and beans; In the dim shown us In the loss of our boy.

', r' t the Sigma Chi social fraternity. HeIs. Mrs G. W, Alderman was elected light of the store he had not no- May God's richest blessings fall on

d' I now engaged In the naval stores co-leader; Mrs. S. L. Peek, secre- ticed that he took twelve cans of you, is the wish of
business with his father at Hugh, concentrated lye. Everglades Mr. and Mrs. F. Morganand
tary; Mrs. F. F. Flume, treasurer.
V1 ,' t.. m"J the young couplet will make Plans were made to attendthe* News. Family.

I their home there association meeting held at' Pine r. -

Grove Church Wednesday' and ..
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APPI.ICVIION' Foil TAX DEED Thursday, After the regular business '
/I Notice In h"I'ebyIven., that W. H. FAVORITE
to Mrs. Powell
was ,
Smith holder of Tax Certificate No. ,1 1 r
213, 7th day of July, A O. 1880, read the third chapter of the book A IOtS7 / 1912t
4 has filed Maid c.rtltl.at.I In my of- "
"The Largest Stewardship, and ,
:, flee and mud. application for tax ,
deed to Inline thereon In accordance Mrs. A. M. Darby closed the meet RECIPESOF
I with law. Maid. certificate embrace ing'with prayer.
the following property altuated In
llrndford County, Florida. to-wlt: Delicious: refreshments of punch :
l ra n""tn'r': 160 Hoc..: Acre 0, Tp| T H.? H. 21 IE., con. and cake were served to the following

a r ''r The aimeiiimant of "aid property members: 4El
J' under said certificate wa Issued In Mr H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. A. M. BRADFORD COUNTY
the name of TIle National Bank ot
y ffttirutiurttUnleiia Darby Mrs. Annie Richard, Mrs. El
r/ said certificate xhall 1 be redeemed A. J. Thomas, Mrs. S. L. Peek, HOUSEWIVES d
arcurdlnsr to law, tax deed
will IHDUO thereon on the lith day of Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs., Charles Ov- '! yes.
November' A. O. 1933 erstreet, Mrs. L. W Klckllter, Mrs. ; -
.$ 4s Dated thla 11th day of October
;A. D. 4033. E. M. Thomas, Mrs. Nat Williams, FAVORITE WAFFLE AND MUFFIN RECIPES ; II
'{ J,4j A. J: THOMA: I, Mrs. E. D. Card, Miss Etta Tison, -- .
.,I 1 Clerk of Circuit .
Court' Mrs. J. D. Goodman, Mrs Fay Gllfc, --! X933
a lo.l.K/ | >|lt.for'"ltoraC"u'"y'r'"r"laNoricn Mrs. F. F. Flume Mrs S. G. Lewis Corn Meal Muffin IVcan Muffins

1, OPAPPLICA1IOV Mrs. L. O. Powell, Mrs. W. M. Ed- Three-fourths cup of"corn, meal, 'One cup graham flour, one cup ,
;' KOH TtX DKI'.ll wards, Mrs. W. T. Tompkins and one and one-fourth cups of flour, flour, four tablespoonfuls brown
ij !Hmlth Notice, holder In hereby of Tax given_'* .tlfk-at that W... No.H. Mrs H. B. Alford. three tablespoonfuls of sugar two ,sugar, three-fourths teaspoon of I,

t, let, 8rd day of AuKUKt, A D. 1931, Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mrs. E. M. level teaspoonfuls baking powder, salt, four teaspoonfuls of bakingpowder : Juhli1erfdrJ/:1 e
linn filed latil certificate In my of. Thomas will entertain the circle at :
fice and mail application for tax one-half teaspoonful of salt, three one-half cup of chopped' }
; ? deed to Issue thereon In accordance' the next meeting at the Flume res tablespoonfuls of melted shortening pecans, one cup milk, one egg and
wltb.law.l Bald certificate embrace idence. and of milk. 'four
1I ; the following property eltuated In : one egg one cup tablespoonfuls shortening.Mix .
1 Mradford County, Florida to-wlt! -Will Mix the above ingredients thor together dry Ingredients:
t V 8WJ4\ of NW\i and NWVl\ of SWM\ P-T\ MeetWednesday oughly and pour Into well greased add nuts, milk, and melted
Sec I 0). Tp. T S. K 31 K, vontslnln ,
+ 80 Acre, more or !1.... AfternoonThe muffin pans and cook about twenty shortening and. beat,well Put one
t The a.iie>.ment of skid property minutes. tablespoonful Into each
under said certificate was issued In Parent-Teacher Associationwill better Starts Monday October 16th
l the name of L. I* Leach meet Wednesday afternoon at Flour Muffin. greased and floured muffin pan ,
1 Union. laid certificate shall be re- Two of flour one-fourth
cups ; placing a pecan on top of each .
law 3:00: o'clock In the school audito- ,
to deed
will Issue thereon 11ttax of salt, two level teaspoonfuls muffin.
on the day of rium. Patrons and friends cordially teaspoonful I Bake in a hot oven about
November A. D 1933,' Invited. of baking powder, three twenty-five minutes. Makes twen-

I** -Alot"d _.this llth t"y of Octob.r. tablespoonfuls of melted butter, ty-four small muffins or twelve "The Big Store" ia ready to celebrate 66 YEARS of service.

A :J THOMAS, NOTIt Of' two tablespoonfuls of sugar andthreefourths large ones.
; V Lark of Circuit Court, APPLICATION: FOIl TIT DEED sweet milk. A radiant modern setting for all that is 'new and best in
,\'--,- Bradford County, Florida. Notice In hereby given that J. B.AAklnn cup merchandise. You'll of
in the
:,, :l e-U6tlll.10t holder of Tax: Certificate No. :Mix the above ingredients well Sweet Fruit Muffins see environment a, symbol

', \ 423 huff, filed*rd day Malil ot'Augusq certificate In A.my D office 1933, and bake for twenty minutes ,in Two cups flour, three teaspoonfuls Cohen Brothers'confidence in the future.

It STOP ATVIOLA'S and mail application for tax deed to well greased muffin pan. of baking powder, one-half cup
(.Hue thereon In accordance with Mrs. J. H. Lord, sugar, one egg, one cup milk, one-
i law Hulil certificate embrace the
4 Starke Florida. half teaspoon of salt and four tablespoonfuls -
following deacrlbed property uttuatnd See Florida
Times-Union for
In 11 mil ford County Florida, to- of melted shortening.Sift Sunday's Eight Pagesof
wit: f:. 13 1-3 A of 81214 of ttWVi
xl For lens 1-t A. In SB Cor. Section 10, Plain together flour, baking pow-
ja Tp. 7 8., n. XI E., containing 13 acre, Two eggs, two heaping cups of der, sugar and salt; add egg, milk, Anniversary Sale News-Plan Now to AttendJAOKSONYILLK
Good Sandwiches The aueeement of Bald property sifted flour two of milk
'i under the Haiti certificate leeued was, cups one melted and cooled shortening to
and In the name of Unknown. heaping tablespoon, of sugar, one make stiff batter Flour two-
ICE COLD BEER ('nl... aid certificate chmll be r.- level teaspoon of salt, one-half cup thirds cup of'chopped seedless raisins .
redeemed according to law tax deed
3 ,; h Ask For Our Prior' on Cases will "Bue thereon on the 13th day of melted butter or crisco and butter and pitted dates and add to R
{. Mlolelag November, A. D. 1933 combined, and four level teaspoons batter, mixing well. Place In
? ,14 rl Dated thle llth day of October,
4 I's. Sinclair Service Station A. D. 1833. baking powder. greased muffin tins and ,bake' In ..
} A. :J. THOMAS' Sift all dry ingredients together. moderate oven twenty minutes. .o -
l d' Where) Yo. Get Veer Om* ...dAno..l.e Clerk of Circuit Court
+ ) Bradford County, Florida. Beat egg yolks add milk then the ,
U-I3IGtlll.10 dry Ingredients gradually, then the Correction' :
-------- melted shortening. Beat well and In a recipe last week of Ice Box :

lastly add the stiffly beaten egg Rolls, a mistake was made in the

FUNERAL DIRECTORS whites. Bake In hot waffle iron. amount of shortening used. Instead 1lJ .J11Itb

Our Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to RenderEFFICIE.'lT. Put from three to four,tablespoon- of two heaping teaspoonfulsof .
ruls of batter for each waffle.
shortening required It should
I tj MODERATE PRICES Mrs. E. S. Matthews, have read two heaping tablespoon-

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j T. D. rtickcnbacker.; Federal C llecto of) Internal Revenue' J. Wilson Hayes and Harry Chapman Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Green of I Mrs Charles Powell and Miss. Y
Land .Dank appraiser! in upending E,!,'. '-n Larsen and Mrs. Larsen of students at the University of Jacksonville were visitors here Nancy Clarke are spending.several
this week Williston and Trenton. Jacksonville were visitors to Florida, were weekend guests of Sunday and, were accompanied weeks visiting relatives at points In
Bits of 'Starke Friday afternoon. ( .
0 E. W. Mrs. C. L. Stafford who, while
i 'lira. Sara T. Dell of Gainesville 0 f. -
I was a guest Friday< of Mrs. J. M. J4mes Milton Br wnlee. Jr.,-.of S --' -. their parents are in hospitals, will '
I Erowclee and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. the University of Florida spent the Friends of Miss Bunnle Canovaare reside with the Green family i
fuca} Ne her out after +------ NAT SEZ ,t
.. week-end here with his gta.J to see again HIIITHSTONKS :
Mr. and Mrs. l;. B. Wiggins and Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. part'Dts'l being ('ontt' ed to her home for} For laundresses, the soapstone;
daughtei. Miss Ma.ty, of Hamptonwere three we.k..tollowing an appendicitis For architects, the cornerstone; -
Concerning Our People Bush r.eu and operation. The moth, he Is a pesky thing,
.. visitors here Saturday after Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and : *or cooks the puddlngstone;
Progress of the County and Tjown. noon. sons of Jacksonville were guests For soldiers, the bloodstone; But still he" come in handy.
.' Saturday of Mrs. Stlth's parents, lira. .J. M. Alvarez returned For politicians, the blarneystone; He eats a _I sell a suit-- +d ;
Edmund Davis of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.' home Friday after spending the For borrowers, the touchstone; .Now isn't that Just dandy?
.. has located here anA is the new past month In Raleigh, N. C.. with For policemen, the pavingatone; r
Butler was a Broward of Palatkawas route carrier for the Florld/i Times Mr. and SfrS.' R. A. Thomas have her son-in-law and daughter Mr. For stock brokers the curbstone; Of course, I'm
T pyer of Lake Strickland Union. recently moved from the Johns and Mrs. J. H.'Glu. For shoemakers the cobblestone; not washing any't'
friends here
visiting .
l.tor. here Friday. weekend.A. duringthe -- house *on Cherry Street to their For tourists, the Yellowstone; body hard luck, ,
here George Johns of Live Oak was i in new home on Lafayette Street. Mrs A. V. Long and Mrs. 1,. A. For beauties, the peachetone; but it's turning Yi# r{!
Brow was a visitor Canova: and little motorists the milestone fool! now, 'and --t
A. Blanchard Starke Thursday visiting his daughter, Maty For :; d
ursday afternoon; M. of Lawtey was grandparents: Mr and Mrs.W. H. W. M. Wainwright. Intangibletax Aye; of'Gainesville were guests For lovers, the moonstone; It's time to open ,,e, #
.. attending to business here Wednesday Green. expert, with headquarters at 'Friday of Mrs. S. 13. Brownlee and *For morticians, the tombstone; up the trunk k
M'na.' Manassa was a visitor afternoon. Lake City this week"spent the Ex and see Just i
ilea Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. For editors, the grindstone.- -
Jacksonville Wednesday.; week-end here with his family. change. whatdamage '. r: r "
Mrs. Jeslie"Mae Mrs. Oi J. Grlffia has accepted a *_ the little "
Blakely spent i i i :: bugs
L ;:Brinson of High was aLew the week-end in Jacksonville with position as stenographer In the local Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butjer Superintendent: and Mrs.. L. F.. The- firer adhesive United States have done to 4' l
Chapman of the State Farm i
visitor here Monday. Miss Inez Moltt. .. office of Congressman R. A. was in Starko Friday visiting her : postage stamp was issued MarCh 3, last winter's ;t 'r
.. Green. here Wednesday afternoon aUend- I
-' fir. and Mrs. W. H. outfit. + I
parents Green ;
ing the meeting' the ..Woman'sClub. .
and Mrs. H. V. Knight were Mr. and Mrs; T. E. Duncan 'of : -""--.- at their home on( Walnut Stueet. -
Lt visitors to Jacksonville. Gainesville were visitors here Saturday Mrs. W. J. Epperson: Mrs. G. A. .the Superintendent speaker for the Chapman afternoon being 1.541.RITZ Some wives tell me that they lire +
afternoon. Andecson: and) Mrs. Warren Per- Judge A. Z. Adklns, State's Attorney : glad there are such.! things an I.I,
Lwitt\ C. Jones of Gainesville kins were visitors to Jacksonville A. S: Crews, and J. L. Peek, Mrs. O. E.: Stansbury and Mrs. THEATRE moths because If.it wasn't for them
to Starke Sunday. Mrs. Thomas"''. Brown of Saturday. court their husbands '
, a visitor Hampton reporter are spending the Pate Gaasett! and Miss Myrtle Red- never would get a
was a visitor at the :Telegraph week In Macclenny attending court. dish and Nathan Prevatt were STtXKKE, FLORIDA new suit. You know, the longer a
r. and Mrs. W. B. Parks were office Saturday.[ Mrs. W: H. Npllman of Sebrlng. .--&.. business visitors to Jacksonville man weffra a suit, the better he I t
Itors In Ja'cksqnyllle Monday. -- Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Miss Beverly Cady, who is'_ attending Wednesday. likes it and he goes on wearing It r
Sheriff, Joe Jones Jr.,.of Mac Sarah F. Hamrlck, fpr a several I business college In Jacksonville PROGRA'Mnr.mNNING day In and day out regardless of T y
i''rs Miriam Frazee Belcher wasLltor clenny Was a prominent visitor to days' visit. spent the week-end here Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. OCTOIIKlt': 13 the fact.that dressing up a little v yll
to Gainesville Tuesday. Starke Thursday. .. a : trfr with her mother, Mrs F. B. Cady. Jones of 2923 TwentthirStreet! mi! ht get him a better fob or that ', f
< dud Mrs.. M.: H. Lang of 1 S. W., Miami will regret to learnof raise in salary he has been looking i y k1' .
|!ir and Mrs. R' A. Weeks ofLker Elmer McMlllaq of Lake Wales Jacksonville were weekend guestsof :Mrs T. T..Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter -. the critical Jllnesa 'of their FRIDAY HATUKDAY for. with
were visitors here Monday.: Is spending this week in Starke Mrs. Lange father, L. V. Moore i Mrs. Hal Hoffman, Mrs.T. youngest daughter 'Sarah Elizabeth .
visiting relatives. ? and family.MV. J. Alderman an1Irs.(! Leon n.iGray /, aged! three years, whir was Jtaorge O'HrlonIn Iln'll look his tNt In un INTERNATIONAL t I
T Stewart of Brooker was I spent Saturday in. JacksoA- thrown! from a bus there Saturday, TAILOR MADR SUIT
ndinyy to business here Satur- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Thurs- and Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent' and baa never regained conscious! "SMQKB I ;: and the prices, considering/ the prlrn + t
dayin Brook with. her sister, Sunday in IJcuiandini* with Mr. ness. Mrs. Jones and children LiIITNING"SUNIAY of other things nt present Is, still ; y
:Mrs R. T. Offteen. Sauls'! daughter, Mrs. E. N. Bell W. B. Jones lust returned to his were recent visitors tit the home of very reasonable: They are $32.00.: i '
|art L Brown of Lake Butler and family.; .Y'1 home In Tampa after a several Rev. and Mrs W. F.: Jones, and MONIAY} 923.00: and Jf you \vmit to pay more f, 4'I!
1 a business visitor here Saturr. Mrs. E. B. Wells and Mrs. W. H. .days' visit here with his daughter, they have a host of StArke friends of course. we Imv them. I''
Biggs of Lawtey: were visitors here Mia! Margaret Williams Is Edith Jones and Rev. and Mrs. W. who regret to learn of this acci "1 EG 0' MY HEART" LOOK AT SOUR HAT_

Thursday afternooh. spending some time In Jacksonville, F. Jones dent. Marian bales, EVERYBODY. ELSE DOER '
and Mrs. Pate Gassett andlily I where she'la a student at a-business a
were in Jacksonville Sun Miss Beatrice Bullen spent last college. I :Mr. and Mrs W: F. Barefoot and .., If It looks too luwl, you run get anew { ,
one" low a* $..00, the better
week-end the guest of friends in daughters Mlanes Eunice and Ma- IT'S TUESDAY WEDNESDAY I'
grade are 'Z. O to 'S.9.'S.NIJES a '
Green Cove. Springs. Col.: and Mrs. D. E. Knight were rie Barefoot; Mrs. 3. A. Barefoot .. 0TiIURSDAY ; 1'' i
H. Vidal of) Gainesville was aRor .- In Gainesville Sunday visiting their and Miss Helen Mann of Sanderson SHOES 8IIOE:' l; fl
to Starke Monday after Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson son Paula student at the Unfver- were in Starke Sunday afternoon WEATHERWe "LADIES MUST. I.OYE" For the Ludle -We lave Got 'Kih
Jr., of the State Farm were visiting city of Florida., visiting Mr. and Mrs P. .M. WithJuun Suede kid, block or brown pump, drt !
-- friends here Saturday. Barefoot. Have Kcye'a ties and straps
i.ssca Thelma and Melba Sllcoxf Prof. and Mra. C. S. Laird and Knight Afury Carlisle -1.05 $2.0 $2.03 9 '{ ,I )
shopping in Jacksonville Sat- Miss Nancy Meggs of Alachuawas daughter, Miss Jean Laird of, :Mjrs. L. G. Powell Mrs. A. M. THE VERY BEST Dorothy Burgess Sally OVNel.ll I will try to fit your feet a. well an s C
Darby, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs.
y. here Friday visiting Misses your pocketbook
Greenville were visiting friends In I Nell Hamilton
H. H. Carroll Mrs. E C. Priest,
; ,
Amelia and Olive
ick Bell of) Gainesville /spent I Mrs. J. H. Fitts and Mrs. R. A. I'rotii niu .ONO HITS;

Way afternoon here with Walter W. Wills of Tampa was Mrs. L. E. Mosley of the State? Thomas attended the Baptist W M. bee ,Place I .Mmn a,
Ids.Jmmy. S. Rally at Pine Grove Church, u e
In Starke last week .
visiting Farm was la Starke Monday afternoon NFi.I:CTlete BIIOHT HUIIJKCTM: !
and Mrs. J. W. Morgan.Mr. visiting her parents, :Mr, and j near Gainesville Wednesday. Starke. FloridaOCTAGON
Williams III spent last Mrs. J. C. Manning.
Si-end In Columbia S. C., with and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and I r
1 t
tJa. Miss Edna Strickland were visitorsto Mrs. G. H. Bennett spent the
Jacksonville Saturday.Miss week-end In Jacksonville with"her
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes were son-in-law and '
Mr. and

l-.ess lay visitors to Jacksonville Cove Springs Elma Thomas was. a visitor of Green to Mrs. Roudolph Boree. I : Tip Top Grocery Soap or Powder

Starke Saturday afternoon. Mrs Alma McMillan Bain of
and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of Is I
Jacksonville spending some time +
tate Farm were visitors here Mrs.: Carl Johns and little daugh here with her parents, Mr and ;. 2 For 5cSNOWDRIFT .
trday.IM ter, Barbara Jean are in Tampa Mrs. H. E. Lagergren.Mrs. I 'fife i
visiting Mrs. J. A. Martinez. I I R**? STARKE FLORIDA
Wilma Alexander of Hamp- L. M. DeSha and little ,
'as a visitor here Wednesdayoon. Mrs. M. E. Edwards and Mrs. J.
daughter of Wildwood have been
L. Briggs were guests Tuesday of recent guests of her parents Mr. Specials Friday and Saturday Oct. 13-14 FLOUR
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. and Mrs. W H. Struth. ,
|H. Saxon of Hampton was atiing -
to business here Mondaynoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Turner and 12
Mrs. L.'II Futch and Mrs. E. A. JERSEY LILY Pounds 49c
| sons of Bronson spent the week Edwards, members of the Hampton Best I Irish 5n" -______ 14c r
t Potatoes 24 Pounds
t 90c
end in Starke with relatives. school faculty, were visitors t
10 1b ----25c
A E. Dunham Is In Chicago ; --- '
here Tuesday afternoon. BUTTERPound 48 Pounds
ding the Century of Progress Mrs. Thelma Andrews and Misses I ,

tsltion.h. Patricia and Dolly Lambe were Mrs. George W. Kenly will attend ,
visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. the opening reception given -- ..22c Best Yellow Onions 3 Ibs. lOc CaneSUGAR
C A. Knight and Mrs. E. L.Ii by> the American Association of .
were visitors to Jackson- M. F. Wiggins, naval stores operator University Women In Jacksonville I I r '
I Tuesday. of New River, was attendingto Friday Mrs. Kenly Is a member WHOLE ''GRAIN }
business here Thursday afternoon of the Jacksonville branch of this RED APPLES Dozen '
mmy Owens of Gainesville j 9c
1 visiting friends here during organization. I I'I RICE s e e e 5 Pounds 25c

'eek-end. fl '

You l 5 Pounds. _. .20c BANANAS Pound 5c BEST WHITE ,

1 A 'I + Do l"OW ? + } . . ti '

WORD 1 1R 1k 1t I 0.1 K. Large Head Lettuce 2 for f 15c i, '

COLUMNSALE.New . Pound .8c
Soap or Powder
Chevrolet 1%- __ I t$ '
> truck; long wheel base; dual ;1 5 For lOc Sweet Potatoes 5 Ibs. lOc WHITE RIBBON '
la; large rims and 32x9 tires. m ; '
I than one month old and InfH LARD
1,000 miles. Carries new rk ;

guarantee. Starka Stave CHARMER SALT 2 Packages 5c ,3 Ibs. 25c
| Starke Fla. .
10-6-tf -
e e e -

SALEOne No: 10 Chatta- :' I COFFEE
[''ga canemill and 60 gallon ket- HOME GROUND
Vr. $13. See Mrs. J. C. Padgett ?; I 2 Cans.25c PALM BEEDS Package. 5c
[r L. Prescott Brooker. Fla Itp ;; '. . MEAL ;
't.. a
: ,
JD--oats, ;<, ,
Rye Onion seed andIs. />'" .<

T .il Garden seeds; also Peas syrup, and a and variety lard p. I Maxwell HouseCOFFEE Navy, or Northern Beans lb. 6e 10 Pounds 17c

| at White's Store. 3t10-6-20| fi. ltU l
$, 1, ANA

*SALE beat -strawberry-Seven i large plants bedS In i TUNA FLAKES Can 14c MATCHES, '' __
; Pound
|ford Stump.County real cheap. See ito a Mti ras -.27c . Packages l5c

f SALE -Missionary strawber- t GRAPENUT OATMEAL 4 Boxes-------. 15c ; '
[Plants by bed 4 4ke Package< 5c
cheap. or by thousand. . '
M. Rhoden Starke.
ja. 10-62tp10-13| | FLAKES MILK

Missionary StrawberI 25c
I.Plants, by bed or by the thou- 2 Packages ..19c . Tall Can __ .. 6c a.
| These plants are on)
grown Small '
3 for '
can lOc

I I need tock.ground I and have from the plants fresh nur-and POST TOASTIES Early June PEAS rio 2 Can l lOc

next season to raise some See me berries or write for COLIJMt V ; CORNFLAKES ELK HORNCHEESE

T.ur expected acreage, we can 'I.4$2. 2 Packages ISc *

I RENT A J. GRIFFIS. 8-18U Quart Jar MUSTARD for e l lOc + v

Furnished 3-room .
'' Maxwell
House Pound
m'nt' with! private bath. F. 18cMACARONI
ott, St.arke 1a.. Phone 54. Itpf "Iu..,..,..' =w.1W, anrw.l '"_,AI,,, TEA, %.lb.._ 19c CORNED BEEF Can

FEDERAL: LAND BANK la THAT It Un'fjuit the man-on-the street who has to watch his hat In a e . 15c "
offering wind. Christopher Columbus standing upon his pedestal In'
some attractive
s and Nassau Bahamas, only a few mlUs from San Salvador when h. set Wonder orSPAGHETTI
on) farms In 'foot on n.w world soil, lot half of his hat In one of the gale that
"orlda. Write or sea Au.nnk swept the Bahamas r c,ntly. And It was built of solid tone too. Th* TEA, %-Ib.\ We NancyHaIlFIourplain,24Ibs.
o' Spar u Real Estate photegraph shows Columbus looking rather,rakish with half hit hat. 95c
man, Starke, Florida.l:5.tf: Pf Chrlitophtr now has_a n.w.hri./ Package ___ -.5Cw



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....e.I + Sugaring Of Syrup -- BEAUTY CULTURETAUGHT. UNl lfttltslTy'5 nO'\t1"o\ ; --

Prevented By Use and commercial stenographyare day at the Unlver,n H nl< )!mlrS
to be taught to girls In the ?
FARMERS SECTION Of Yeast Extract LIVE STATE NEWS Jfyorida Industrial School at Ocala hundreds will be observed of graduitt Nil- f JrlI Ul( >

aa The Board of Commissioners of students are expert, r.rlller,
these two '
State Institutions Annual 're-tUI1!,
Experiments by the United News of Florida in Short Paragraphs suitable for instruction, business m?, It
41; ; Demonstration Agents as tie '
; ; Conducted by States Department of Agriculturehave university's alums, ,
,G s 1 1x leaving the school Would be
so girls election
shown that the addition of invertase of officers the tea
} I IM
y to hold positions in pri-
to sugar cane syrup will t tured homecoming tuna 1 .. ? !?
prevent crystallization and give a 1t'iii I -- vate life.OUTDOOR. events of alumni intereji -'be! at--

syrup of good quality at the same; LOAN FIGURES letlcs highlights will I b, 'ih,,

1 Florida] Birds Make time. Other methods, such at NOT BINDING'MIAMICircuit OR LAN D Approximately PETERSBURGOutdoor DANCINGST. verslty of Florlda.AUburn till.
RURAL grinding some green tops with the Judge Paul D $2,000,000 baa been committed during game.
Fine During Barns has ruled that prices fixed dancing has been added to the curriculum -, '
Showing cane, using an acid or letting some the past sixty days for the use "----
COMMON SENSE of the juice sour,'fere objectionable, by members of the dry pjleanera of of Florida citrus growers and of St. Petersburg's famous S GIVEN LIFE

{ JOHNSON Egg Laying Contest principally because they give a Greater Miami do not have to be farmers by'the Federal loan agencies Sunshine school, and a theatrical MIAMI-Convicted of 1 mbbln
1Iy SPUDS met other instructor engaged. The negro of 2.50 **
cleaners and
by dyers dancing and
I I syrup of inferior quality. it has been announced by R. 1 pocket knit
tr here, even though the two school, distinguished because pupils two white men !,
groups were
CHIPLEY-Florida birds! proved Invertase in a clear, water extracts C. Mahone of the Orlando, branch, ncic leu.
GAS: THE'; WEEVILS have signed a blanket Industrialcode. and teachers attend classes on fence of life
their breading In the seventh Flor- ;of yeast. It converts part! office of the Regional Agricultural lmPrl8onm.nt( hen
P FEED THE CORN in suits W. J. Guilllan
+ AND the beach attired bathing' 29
e, S Ida National Egg Laying Contest of the sugar cane into Invert sugar, Credit Corporation.' 1 e; Ollvel,
d + y TO THE LIVESTOCK devotes half of the day to instruction 39, were onvlcted of armc.tof
recently concluded here. In com- which is Just as sweet and whole -- robbery
.:- in swimming, boating, life- Edward Walker
petition with birds from reading some but does not crystallize as MAKES SON DRINK BEER POST OFFICE LOOTED nee,, Cliln!.
+ q Gas the weevils and feed the ST. PETERSBURG-Accused saving and acquatlc games. nal Court Judge E, C' "
t poultrymen In thirteen other states, readily.In OCALA--Federal postal inspectors ('1IIn8 set.
corn to the livestock, says J. Lee tenced them to life
r' Florida Florida entrle etook the high bird brief,* the invertase process, forcing his ten-year-old son to were to Join: local authorities BEER SECOND'TALLAHASSEETaxes in ,,moon AV. .
with the
z t ?, Smith, agronomist Service. of the entire contest, the high bIrd as described by the United States drink a glass of beer at- a local in the search for two men who held on beer Burchflejd 31, held ,D the lame

; r Agricultural Extension of the heavy breeds and seven of of is safe '-Z. :M. Garvin was fined $25: J. L. Grantham, postmaster and charge, turned state'* wuenc, ,n.
Department Agriculture, car- up and wines produced the second
$ + v rt', ,, S, Pretty good, who advice are scattered to Florida nearly corngrowers the thirteen birds to get over 800 ried'out as follows: The Juice from and sentenced to ten days in-Jail by merchant at Sparr, near,here, and largest item of the $403,118.92 appropriated sentenced.er pleading guilty. Ho ha, no, beet

to points. Tbeae facts are revealed inreports the mill is carefully skimmed and Municipal. Judge Edgar H. Dunn robbed him of betweed: $800 and to county schools today
state It me.
all over the seems here. !
iqJ 4''kT It is e/ltlmatel.lthnt: the weevils get from E. F Stanton super- evaporated as usual in an evapor' $1,000 in cash, about $100 in Superintendent W. S. Cawthonsaid. FUND STILL SHORT

k one bushel of corn out of every five visor. There were fifty-two peps in ator kettle or batch pan. The)Juices stamps, and between $4QO( and $:::100 Motor vehicle licenses total- SANFORD-Karl Lehmann
fi ypnv il the contest and thirty of them wera to the GOVERNMENT BUYS LAND worth of merchandise. eta
'S produced in Florida. Even the toll evaporated semi-syrup .MILTON-Sole of Ing $$235,763.77, were, the largest retary of the Semin.. "'ouaty
r r' )'?" charge of the miller for grinding entered by Florida poultrymen.The stage, or about two-thirds com- of land last week la the 10,000 southern, acres Item. The beer and wines revenues Chamber of Comma" tar la
( individual record made plete on the first day. When it WATER SHORTAGE totaled while the mill charge of the FlorW.. .
r'' ,t' ril the corn Into meal Is just one high ; part of Santa Rosa County Is an $74,91.10, one ,?,?? at
"' S 3 r bushel out of eight, and he fa per. by a bird owned by E. P. Witt, tests twenty degrees Baume while nounced. The tract 'is what TAMPA-Tampa residents facea school tax produced $$58,124: and the Century of Pr C34 7

.'t forming a service for us. The weevil Jacksonville was an all-time record still very hot, or when it bolls at known as the Tobias lands was water supply emergency result- interest on public funds amountedto cago, states that
y does us no good, and! it keeps at the contest, the bird laying 215 degrees'! Fahrenheit, the seml- and located ing from an unrepaired dam break $34,249. "Friends of Florida many
south of the Yellow made
: our livestock from getting to eat 317 eggs for-343 points. Another syrup Is collected for the invertase: the most The River for that occurred :during the early contributions, they ,,. (81
v. "n f that fifth bushel of corn. Also, it record at the contest was broken treatment in a tank large enoughto ernment the Federal gov- September tropical storm. The PROTESTS THIRTY CENTS short 08 the amount'

causes us to lose: something over a when a bird owned by White hold the entire day's output. i is with a was view to'purchaser, and it mayor and\ city council took official ORLANDO Alarmed at the state papers and ,m nlza.An

4 '1 4 cool million dollars: every year as a feather Farm, Clearwater! layed The serai-syrup should be allowed to the forest adding this acreage cognizance of the situation, an- move in this.state to organize farm tlons are urged to weir

I 1 result of losing that fifth bushel. the last 154 days of the contest trJ: cool to 145 or 140 degrees Fah- land was taken reserves that the nouncing the city*had fallen backon and grove employees with the view co-operation In, the u

"it A million dollars--when the price without missing a day. The 200- renheit yul" the invertase, mixed over. the use of.old, wells since the of demanding thirty cents or more curing the interest at >rt It-0/,
? : I with about a quart of water, should : water in the reservoir had fallen hour; O. P. Swope, large celery all
r ? i of corn Is good; it la more nearly egg mark was passed by 175 FlorIda GARDEN TRACTS per Florida citizens .n worthwhile
9 rt'rl' two million- a lot of money to birds. be> added at the rate of from fortyto OCALA-MaJ. A B.FQR NEEDY too low /or intake pipes to funs grower( and realtor, stated today effort. Indivl. role to-

., n I GO (average fifty) cubic centimeters l- Figgins announced tion. that.If Florida farmers citrus and do so, are asked ,
J,} lose, even though its loss Is scat The high Open of the entire contest last week that the Salva- I .: t< nit, at
+ tered between thousands of corn was owned by W. A. Seidel fo reach 100 gallons of ton: *Army has to truck growers are forced to pay least one dollar

growers. But the loss to each oneIs San Antonio.Texan: The ten birds syrup. A small bottle or other con- garden tracts to arranged offer snows ma INCREASE unskilled labor thirty cents an -
tainer graduated In cubic centime- some seventy or TALLAHASSEE Reduced hour, it willruin them. "I believe NO'ric'iTO ''
$ of us Is worth -
r something preventIng bayed 2,823 eggs for 2,903. points more white DEB'I'Ona AM
needy families of I '
ters should be obtained from the the prices: have resulted in nearjy firmly in the NRA Mr. itriuToni
Swope Notice In -
and it Is easily prevented. All during the year, an average of 290 county. The families be hereby K AI:
ti"l we have to do 1 is. give the weevil a points per bird. Out of two pens drugstore for measuring! the inver the will furnished doubling the sale of automobile license !said. "'I am backing-and boosting it creditors laving claims distributee ",J.,
i little dose of necessary seeds and plates in Florida. Motor Vehicle ,in every way, but the fact remains J:. L.. Fraiee. again qt ol I Ic
140 fumigation. it the contest this breeder did not tase.The tools; will be provided for'those who deceased, ,>. r..
add Commissioner George Wilder that "of citrus and truck quired to present the It: I
Of course, for that we lose a single bird. amount of invertase to do not have growers ) .u-
purpose garden Implements of thentlcated to the COt..
f, must have will< vary with different syrupaTlie: their last week said his department sold crops: are in a different position Bradford County, Florid Jdg801)
alr-tlght cribs or bins, The eighth contest got off to a own. A tract of eighteenacres Ml oL(
,, and 28,713 tags during July, Augustand from other of labor. I flee In the court hour
M1udll color and flavor of the syrup employers Mark.
s' but we need cribs weevil and
good good: start here October 1 with offered by Judge L. E. within one year from citi. ii
September, as against 13,713: understand !crufr
rat-proof anyway. Then we have eighty-one pens from eighteen! its tendency to sugar should be observed Futch.! has been accepted, and is toe that while perishables his. notice will be hold i ,mi' then_
'!, to spend a little money for the gas, states and the Hawaiian Islands after the first batch is > divided into gardens of a for the- same three months last have been excluded from the codes, to Ontate, and all persona Ind.' lid sad..
made and the amount of invertase quar- year. Receipts for the three an effort is now being made to organize are required pal, Mint, j jJ
i k but not a drop in the bucket compared entered. ter of an acre each, Major Figginssaid. oithwlth to the underalg 'od adminBtratrli. .
to the loss which this gas added\ to succeeding lots can be varied months this year were $$234,240. unskilled labor in this typeof .
against $157,127.28 last year work." Thin the 28th day or dept; !Ulj,
accordingly. If color and fla-
will prevent. And finally, we have Fowl Disease Work MIRIAM FltAZEE UELrHEH.

to pour the gas Into a pan and set vor vary, slightly less invertase --- --
I it on top of the heap of corn. Rather Resumed At Florida should be used. If the sugaring _
simple job, but we must be careful tendency persists, slightly more

of fire, 'cause we don't want to Experiment Station !should' be added. -

-burn up the crib and lose the whole The semi-syrup to which inver

works. GAINESVILLE: M. w. Em- tase has been added should be allowed -

Carbon bisulphide or "high life" mel has been appointed assistant to stand approximatelytwelve

will provide the gas. When the veterinarian at the Florida Agricultural hours and evaporationshould Get

{ cribs or bins are quite air-tight, it Experiment Station, and then be completed as quickly Your'Egg

P d '' can be used at the rate of about will begin work October 15. He as possible.

y ': s HEHfUiBV fourteen pounds (or pints) per succeeds Dr. E. F. Thomas, who re- It is possible to treat the Juice Instead -
,v !>m.WSm&US 1,000 cubic feet of space in the crib signed recently to enter private of the semi-syrup, but the

ti 4 or bin. In other: words, If the bin practice. Dr. Emmel has made cost is greater. Those Interestedin

+' Is 10x10x10 feet, we will need about peclal studies of poultry diseases, the process should write-to the

Y fourteen pounds of carbon bisul and one of his first projects in Bureau of Chemistry and Soils U. i

'" phide, no matter if the bin Is only Florida will be an investigation of S. Department of Agriculture, for Crate

q ; half full of corn paralysis of the domestic fowl ac- their mimeographed circular on Labels

The corn should be husked before cording to Dr. Wilmon Newall, director how to prevent sugaring of sugar,

( fts/ treated, and the bisulphide of the experiment station. cane syrup.

ti aB$ should be placed in shallow pans Dr Thomas !also specialized in I

and set on top of the heap of corn. poultry work. I

The bin should be kept closed fork Dr. Emmel has been professor of Hints To Housewives ,

+ about twenty-four hours, and then animal pathology at the Alabama '
J '
t. + opened and aired. If the corn Is to Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, for Demoaatra. I ', ,\, r. .::j H
's Weekly from Home 'Ii ,
Sp be used for seed, the treatment the last three years. He Is a grad- ,tl-
Tallahassee "
p 55 ehould not last so long. uate of Iowa State College with Hon Specialist, ,: ;/,. .'

4 Corn should be treated soon after advanced work at Michigan State J,"

&. S'S ? harvest, and again when and if College. He waa assistant veterinarian Guava Roly-Poly '

weevils become abundants. In ,Iowa In 1919-20, and Sift two cups flour, one-half teaspoon Under the new Florida Egg Classification
S practiced veterinary medicine in salt two tablespoons sugar, -

_ A4 the Arkansas delta for seven years and three tablespoons baking powder -

WHY NOT HAVE THE Since that time he has been leading and cut in shortening until

a and doing advanced study. mealy In appearance. Add one egg, Law it is unlawful to offer for sale
and then
} His work In Florida will be In the and one-half cup milk
blend the mixture. Toss on floured
o All blOW. modern equipment. animal the experiment husbandry department of of board, and roll to about one-hall
station which
S \Vo are prepared to serve. inch thick. Brush with melted butter at wholesale retail
Dr. A. L. Shealy is head. or any case of
Our service Is finer, our snowdrift or other fat Spread eggs

price Is lower. Poisonous Mushroom dough with guava mixture, sweet .

a DOREE & GIDDENS ened and spiced and dot with but- without
Q t i FUNERAL PIRICOTOR. Similar To Edible Kind ter. Roll up as for Jelly roll, and clearly imprinting thereon or
Bake in moderate
place in greased pan. -
Pbon. _!10.1 Ambnlnnre Service
_ + S. Abundant This Season oven for twenty-five minutes, .
and serve with favorite puddingsauce. ,

f ...r.... Flo., UrnBck Near Depot GAINESVILLE-- A polsonoim securely pasting thereto a label on

-- i
t Guava
mushroom, very similar to one thatIs Dumplings
OVER \fODka-::_ edible, Is unusually common in Pell twelve large guavas. Put the
center pulp through a dllver, and which shall be printed the
t NER\l SUP Florida least this one death season and and a has number causedat of mix with the fruit. Make a pastry name and

for (above) and! roll
other Ercl- as roly-poly ,
e} Ile.' serious! illnesses reports i
to one-fourth inch thickness. Brush

Florida man West Experiment, mycologist Station.with the with butter, and cut into six address of the packer and the classification i-

squares. Place a large spoonful of
The poisonous kind Is known aa
each Mix
the mixture on square.
Leplota morganl, and it ia closely one-half of and one-
r cup sugar
related to Its edible relative the to which
fourth teaspoon each of eggs belong.
parasol ,Leplota procera. cloves, and allspice; and sprinkleover
Both species are large and con-
the mixture ton the squares. ,
d spicuous and grow in graaay mead- Enclose in the pastry, and bake in
,1 ows and pastures. Both have a
a moderate oven (375: degrees) for
large movable ring or annulus
minutes until i
twenty-five ; or gua-
"above the middle\ of the stalk. The tender and
ya as pastry slightly Place
poisonous one, however, baa greenor browned. Serve with lemon or or- Your Order NOW .

greenish gills when it la mature ange sauce to which a teaspoon of .; ,.
a while the gills of the parasol mush- marmalade has been added. ;:J' ,(.-:
____ ,
__ .
room remain white or creamy. It -' .,.
i Lemon or Orange Sauce
la impossible to distinguish between : :.. '
Mix\ one cup of sugar, two tablespoons ,,' ,
plants of the two r ;...t: 1
S TO your ear In worbs young species and of salt. "- '- '7.,x .b.; o'!
flour a pinch 0'
the color on the gills be- *,: W i/ r''t
al high tension. green :
-1 and : ,
t i a No wonder Add 1% cups boiling WithBradford .
you SIlA" at the wife lag the only reliable means of
cook for two minutes. Then add
the Identifying the poisonous kind.
? 5. 5 ; Watcht out! Overworked three tablespoons lemon Juice, one-

uai. .ai may lead to fTlnnpttsaMM. half teaspoon grated lemon rind, .
A Nervooa Headache N rias >- Gross farm Income In the United and two tablespoons butter and remove '

et Indigestion and a boat .! States will approximate $6,360- it from the stove. Fur orange

_ s '' other unpleasant dlatT-rtmnc**i 000,000 this year compared with sauce, substitute one-half cup or-

he Why don't you try Or. MOta $5.143,000,000 in 1932, assuming'a ange rind for lemon rind.
Effervescent Ner-rtn TableUtJnat
continued demand for farm prod- .
one In a half rUu atwater County
makes a pleasant, sperMa ucts the remainder of this y" ar, ac- Farmers making application to

r | ling drink delightfully soothing cording to a preliminary estimate the Regional Agricultural Credit
to overtaxed nerre by the Bureau of Agricultural Eco- Corporation for small loans and

Dr. Mile Nerrtoe fa now nomics. Most of the increase in giving a few head of livestock as

'k Mi rode in two forma-Liquid nd gross Income Is attributed to better additional security can speed up
r ,.
r li Kfferreaeent the Tablet. Both hew prices for crops since prices of the inspection if they will have the
same soothing ffeet.
1 $1.00 most types of livestock have aver- animals near the house for a few
at your drug non
i aged slightly lower this year than days after the application Is made. .

n last. Loans are now being made in an Telegraph

average of less than three days .
: I think there Is nothing that we after the application Is received.

Americans need more today than .

common understanding and unityof The thermos bottle should find a

_ _ purpose.-Henry Morganthau,Jr. place in. the school lunch basket. :


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.'Y OCTOBER 18. 1933 BRADFOKO COUNTY ............. ..... 8TARKK.; FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN i

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, ''deficits, ia practically selfsustaining. Believe State Canal I FOUTV-TWO NAMES ADDEDTO -EIIK"'e II.rPORT ;
Starke. ..Florida October 1, 1933.Iteport '
The deficit on August 31 was WIDOWS PENSION ROLL
I Economic Highlights I of the Clerk of the Circuit 'r
less than 3000. For th ecorre- Not To lie Considered Court for rndrurd C..unity. Florida. ,
I sponulng period-two months--of The fallowing names wire addedto on necriutit of taxes a' 'mi. .,,<>d for th.y..r .

1..pp..I..... That Attrr the m.i..r 1032-33 fiscal it Indicated 19SB.
roll the
more the widow's
year was has been in reliable by
It pension
Pltll.. lililitrad t.....-... nod Tux I C. A. KNItlllT: Tux Collector
11111. of KTfrr l.d"'ldaal--" than $15.000,000. and for 1931.32 public works sources In Washington county commissioners at their Oc- 1'onn.Y Pronrr

i f word is a lamp unto nj fed, >nd a light onto my mtL-Ptalta 119:105.A11 : lonal Inseparable and International From Local l-roblvroa Welfare. : $20,000,000.Lcjii. that no consideration will be tober 2 meeting. T.ft niiKMinl dmS.oollet<..lfilbalitme -|.1. 1 ___..$ Le$9,7e 206.70( i

given In the near future to the proposed Penk Tbornton.f.OG. due Oct. 1Fine a,6S3.04 '

lnrlL1of kLuU religious teaching, doctrine ort "Not another winter like the Florida cross-state ship ca Sarah E. Carlisle________ 2.00 and Forfeiturebnlnnca .... t
E e To due S..pt. 1 1,703.111liy
creed U they are to have any claim, last! That was Mr. Roosevelt's Mrs. Julia Balr__________ 6.00 Amount oollortad. 249.03
iron the love, loyalty the and Christ devotion whose of the words people fit must be in harmony with pledge when he came to office. The I Ietter' nal.The construction was urged re- Mrs. Emma L. Swelley___ 7.00 To bala..... dun Out. 1__n.____ IUt.lt I
of Jesua into
teachings every and crevice oJ tounlr Mood and nrld.eTo
the N.R.A. the N.I.R.A. the A.A.A., cently by local interests on the Mrs. Elvader Alford___ 4.00
of the m and of whom Jt WM said to John 748."NEVER MAN balance due Sept.. 1 __u 8,098.SI
gpAKE heart MAN. and the rest, to give them the initials grounds it would result In great Rosetta Wilson _________ 4.00 HY amount collected. 208.9 j

by which they are now usually savings to shipping.The Mrs. Jessie Wilson____.._ 4.00 To balance......due Oct. 1 8,126.UJ10.50( : ,
ot Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UM thin dermient ( .F Prhnnl' (Irncralbalance
store known, were brought Into being for proposed Gulf-Atlantic ship- Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz 7.00 ____ It
for news of church actltltlea. organization* and announce* ToBy dUD "' .pt. 1. 8.
freely given and no charge mtule-the only requirement that purpose. The President him- A NEW CANAL barge canal, which would run partly Ida George ____________-. 4.00 amount collected_.._ 232.OS

enN tpg that Space such Item reach thla office before Wednesday morninghtfeeru self has said that they all repre- through Southern Georgia and Myrtle Priest __________ 4,00 To balance Total due Mnb-Nrbool Oct. 1_llrabalance .'.1,981.r '&

l e they cannot be handled for current laeue.TEKE sent emregency, as distinct from Starke, Florida. Northern Florida to connect the Mrs. Lizzie Tompkins 2.00 Tony due Sept. 1.____ &.070.f< It
long-view measures, and the theoryis October 0, 1933. Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Intra- Mrs. Viola Strlcklllnd.-.- 4,00 amount collected347.63. : ( ;
.. To balance due. Oct 1_ 4,.113.31Tot.1
,,,..;: -", >'--'_ that they will be discarded when Editor, Telegraph, .
DIRECTORY much people. And the discipleswere coastal canals has not yet come before Mrs. Mamie Mead2.00 l a. .. .. Bonded

CHURCH- called Christians first in An- emergency passes. Dear Sir: the administration for consideration Mrs. Dave Holder______ 2.00 To Hy balance amount due collected Sept._1___________ 6,98e: r 7t{ 1 ,

First Baptist Church tioch." The NRA has done some excel When the East Starke Drainage Mrs. Hattie Alvarez___ 2.00 To balance due.Oct L_ 6HI.OV

Rev 4 J. Johnson, pastor. lent things, and It has made good District was established In 1912, It was" Indicated In sources generally Mrs. Locu Shaw_..______ 6.00 A..I..lt..1
For thereafter this To balance due 1----- 283.9'
Sunday] School-10:00: A. M.Irnlng many years headway. But it hasn't done all Starke made the great mistake in reliable that formal actionon Mrs. Lithe Stllley_______ 2.00 Hy amount collected Sept.. ____ 20.67 a

) ( : Worship-11:00: A. M. city home more of Saul.than Here any he other labored was at a that was hoped. Men have been not joining in, and the Improvementof It would not be had for some Mrs. Ida Wiggins______-. 4 00 To balance, due Oct. 1.. .____ UI... ht I Iwldnw'a

B V P U.'s-T:00: P. M. and from this center he put back to work-but not nearlyso the Alligator stopped at the railway time Mrs. Nellie Griff.____ 4.00 To balance due Sept Pea.lon 1. 2S3.91

Evening: Worship-8:00 P. M. length many as was anticipated. Wages trestle. The water massed Mra. Dora Sullivan______ 4.00 Hy amount collected. ,__. __ ?0.87'
started out on each of his missionary there had to find its To balance due Oct. 1.. ____ 183.31R..d !
throughthe ___
A ordlal invitation extended to have been upped in most industriesbut way VOUTIIIIIUKS Mrs. Emma Rivers._ ".OG Mail Vtrldaie Intereatand
journeys. At the time.of our
111 these services. it's obvious that many units creek swamp as beat It could There are so many things that I Mrs. H. D. Tyler________ 8.00 NlnMnK Fond
lesson he preached a year before over the obstructions presented by Mrs. To balance due Sept. 1. ___ H.7U.1IC +
within those industries aren't goingto Believe worthwhileThe Ruby McKlnney 2.00
Tiy amount 1.989.S7
mission to Jerusalem
going on a ,
Methodise Church be able to pay them unless trees, stumps logs, trash, so slowlytill victories of those who try, Mrs. Alice G. Bradley... 4.00 To balance due Oct 1._____? 8.8U.4T
W F Jones, pastor. (as stated verse 30 of our lesson) credit strings are loosened. The after heavy rains It backed The lasting smile; Chess Padgett ?______ 2.00 _A, J. THOMAS ri rk.bnlnn.H }.

Sunday School 10 a,m. but this by no means ended his labors problem is not only to make fur- over large areas east of the trestle, The courage of the ones In pain Mrs. Ruth Marr__._____ 8.00 OTU'''' 01 j '

Morning: worship at 11:00: am.stor's there. Saul's preachings drew ther gains against the depression, and many who paid drainage taxes Their patient hours; Mrs. Jean Gaaklns..._____ 6.00 APP ICATIO* FOil TAX 2100'12
crowds and he convinced In Notice In hereby given, that 1>. W.
subject "Can God Remove many. but to hold unimpaired the gains were worse off than before. Discouraged hearts that sing again Mrs. E. D. Dyal_________ 7.00 Moore, holder of Tax: Certificate No i
Jin From World?" this center of Greek and Roman that have already been made. Some feeble attempts to improve And find new bowers. Mrs. Mary Phlllman_-___ 2,00 440, third day of August, A. D. 1031. "ry 1 '
civilization he to establish a has filed al l certificate In office ,
People's Meeting, 7 p.m. helped > < my y
Young The way the wind la blowing is conditions have lately been made; Mrs. Clara Crawford___ 4.00 and made application for tax I
the motherof
which became
-ChurchRev Indicated by the latest Presidential but they have been Ineffectual be- There Is so much about that I Mrs Belle Parmenter._._ 2.00 deed to lest thereon. In accordance a /
Presbyterian foreign missions and the out with law. Bald' certificate. embrace !
George H. Lowry, minister center of Gentile announcement-he is planning a cause they only aimed at Improv- Believe worth-while Beulah Kelly ____....... 4.00 the following described. property lit- : fi
October 15 aaI standing eraly great Federal non-profit ing the natural crooked channel of The grandeur of the earth and sky Cary Starling _______... 7.00 uated In Bradford' County. Florlda- 1 I r
Services Sunday Christianity. For centuries It re- corporation Each mile tn-wlt: N'4 of NW<4 of SWVi oft
the creek without with ; Mrs Alice Thomas______ 4.00
I,allows mained one of the chief churches to buy essential supplies and >K A. M. Sunday School. distribute them to the needy'dur- the enormous masses of water The song the thrush sings In the Jessie Anderson .______. 7.00 hhi!\ of HKVt: of of SHVt.:\ Section p
10:00: of Christiandom. Here in Anti- rain >SID> Tuwnahlp 7 South Itanice 22 Ka.t.nontalnlnir i
ing the winter. It has been the flowing at times, charged with Mrs. Ethel Bell _________ 4.00 iI .
11:00: A M.-Morning worship; och Saul found abundant opportu- The SO acren.The I
1-rmon the "God hope that direct relief of this sort trash that soon fills up any narrow litany Mrs. Nettle Starling_____ 4.00 aum-mment. of said propertyundxr i 1
by pastor; theme
nity to be an apostle to the Gen waterway there. The brooks repeat to me again Mrs. Louanna Grlffia__ 4.00 the .ald certificate Issued was i
would not be but
lakes Our Word. as
Us at tiles. necessary In the name of Homey Fort.
In ecstasy. Hettie Bennett ______... 2.00 .. .... 1 ; }
6,:30 P. M.Christian Endeavor; matters have developed it appears Much good work has been done Un I. .1 certificate shall be redeemed -
"And in these slays came prophets Mrs. Nunie Futch ____.. 600 Hccnrdlnir tn law, tax deed twill 1
rider Helen Mercereau; topic necessary if the bitter experienceof cleaning out the canal as far westas There Is ao much that I litHue thereon on the Fourth day
f How Can We Improve Our Meet- from Jerusalem unto Antloch. last winter Is to be avoided. to the old Hampton rood as well Believe worth-while; Mrs. W. J. Hardee_____.. 6.00 of November, A. D. 1933.liRtert f'Ii' e j
And there stood up one of them Its Mrs. Lillie Cone_________ 4.00"KEEL' thin Fourteenth. day of Oo-
"" as several of tributaries; yet Nl
gs' That's why Inflation talk has My home, my friends, a God on tober, A. D. 1983. t
7:30: P. M.-Evening worship; named Agabus and signified by bobbed into the headlines again. this threw all the more water Into High A. J. THOMAS ? o
the Spirit that there should be a YOUR H1IIKT ON"Slang Clerk ot Circuit CourtTtradfaid
|ong and sermon. Many observers, including some the unimproved swamp. The rains Who lives to smile; County Florida. 1
dearth all of the phrases not be toler-
Invitation great throughout that fell during the first days of And at the may 10-ftIStltl.to| | 'I
A cordial to all our who have qualified as experts, be- last Eternity, '
world: Which came to pass In the ,ated by learned grammarians and '
Services extended to all. lieve that if the recovery drive Is September last, though amountingto Why need I fear? No'rl'M OP PIMAI. .c..nGf1 I (
days of Claudius Caesar. Then the other "highbrows, but In some Instances ;
to be continued on present lines, inflation only four inches, flooded places There Is so much worthwhilefor Notice I IM hereby arlven to all whom
disciples, every man according to is unavoidable. Senator that had never been Inundated be- me : most of us have to admit It may concern that I have filed my jif ,,
VNDAYSCHOOLLESSON his ability, determined to send re- 'that a little "slang" is not only report of account and made application t ,
fore. Some the canals
Thomas, Senate No. 1 inflationist, thought When God la near) for illHcharve to the Honor e y
lief unto the brethren which dweltin very expressive, but it also frequently able K. K. !
has been threatening a march of were too narrow to carry their bur- -Lynn Russell in Home- ferryman County Judge .ti
Judea: which also they did, and den of water but It becausethe packs a lot of good advice of Bradford County, Florida, and! ; SS
100,000 men on Washington unless stead Leader after November a".I. 11133: :), will pro .i
sent it to the elders by the hands into a few short, pithy words. Suchan
the printing In the Treas- Alligator was too full to receiveall reed la make distribution of th of Barnabas and Saul." presses expression aa "Keep shirt estate of Uuy C. Cody Ueceaeed.It'LOUA p''
that offered It and the your
FOR OCTOBER 15 1933 ury building begin bumming. .Senator was rea- SYMPATHY II. LADY, Kxeoutrl>* a
Subject: Saul (Paul) In Antioch. The gift from the Christians at Pittman of Nevada, whose son It was bvercharged was, because (By Mrs W. F. Boulware) on, may not be very elegant, but of Ktata. of Uuy C. Cady Deceased.. i. s,
Antioch to those at Jerusalem was how expressive It Is at this 10-l3Htll-a| |
Its waters could not make Its It Is to particular 4
Golden Text: "For I am not principal mission in life is to get easy say "Don't worry"To ''e
carried Barnabas and Saul who timer! 1vh {
shamed of the gospel of Christ: by benefits for silver, wants inflation way fast enough through the a friend whose heart Is cad, ,
ir it Is the power of God unto gave Information to the Jerusalem through the free silver route. Farm swamp west of Starke. This Is the When your troubles are few You all know the type of person POSITIVE: BELIDI I ; !
[ : church concerning the increase of only answer to all similar And who "flies off the handle" at the '
alvation, to every one that be- groups have been hot on the trail ques you don't feel blue ?
eveth: to the Jew first, and also the Christians at Antioch. of Secretary Wallace, because he tions. And your heart Is always glad. first opportunity, Faced by an- I

"u i the Greek. Romans 1:16.: "And Bamabas and Saul returned said that inflation wouldn't be a There Is now some talk of having noying circumstances, he rants and PILES IJ
from Jerusalem, when they had Just say "I'm awfully sorry." raves and tears his hair J
Lesson Text: Acts 11:19-30: ; farmers' cureall.In a relief canal construted west of Anger
fulfilled their ministry, and took Things will be brighter I know Agonlalar. recta E
pale bMff
|2:25: Starke, on plans suggested by the ; overcomes him, and he is ready to I
with them John whose surname the face of all this, Mr. Roose- Just count every blessing fight in an instant *. soothing eemfort-.almoet IB*
Time: Saul's yeer of preaching was Mark." velt has kept his head( his humor writer. The canal to have a top And while are guessing .taDtI,.. Thai I. the relief ALL

i Antioch, probably A. D. 43 or ..... In the next lesson those three and his sense of balance unimpaired. width of one rod (l6% feet), a You'll see how you troubles will What does ne accomplish fry an pilea .. Places: Antioch, Tarsus, Jerusa- He has learned how to say bottom width of fifteen feet and go. this funs and fuming? Not very W. support tbia .tat.__l ;wl (
:31 men went out as missionaries for "No"' with polite definiteness, and depth of three to four feet. The And say "Tell me your troubles much. While he Is wasting his en- with a money-back (narante.. t Itl? '

Following last Sunday's lesson Christ. he is a master of evasion when that canal to leave the creek channel Perhaps we can drive them away, ergy In getting angry some other hare If you are tortured tried br pile. yew d1 (( I. +
probably o-cale! l R
lets 8:1): ) we are told "And at seemsthe soundest course. He the west end of the city dump By division and subtraction wiser person who knows how to urea. Do not judge MEMO-FREE

hat time there was a great peraeutlon doesn't want currency inflation, then to follow tSe: north side of the We'll cut to a fraction." "keep his shirt on" is studying the by past disappointment. Its action III 1 1

against the church which and he will accept it only when swamp as far as to the lake "0, where have they gone" they'll situation calmly and taking the JU podUre, almost miraeulou. In

i'as at Jerusalem; and they were BOB JO ESi'i everything else has been tried and swamp. Locating the waterway say. necessary steps to Improve it. ,eases of Itching bleeding, ..external

II scattered abroad throughout the has failed. His solution Is of an outside the swamp has these advantages Cultivate the habit of "keeping protruding1* or Internal pile. 1' 4WI '

eglons of Judea and Samaria, ex- entirely different kind--credit In- : Easier digging, not apt There Is a lot of heart ache your shirt on." When things go i Remember how joyous life ...... /
to be stopped by water straight That cheering friends can case, when before violent pain tabbed you !
ept the apostles. OMMENTSON flation. There is no especial lackin ; wrong your natural Impulse into dull rpriest.
Then our lesson for today begins, ( the country of money-the prob- reaches, which make for swifter When you find a way, Is to become excited annoyed or ... happiness mUery. by Retain sending that for

Now they which were scattered ; lem is bow to get It out of hiding current; no chance for the canalto And know what to say angry keep a grip on yourself. and using MEMO-FREE. If you 11
HERE ANO be dammed up by floating wood There are words which always Try to think straight without wish,
broad upon the persecution that and put it to work. If that can be having pay postman upon dellvoryj }
rose about Stephen, traveled as HEREAFTER done, he believes It will be found and trash, and the ability for it to please. your judgment warped by Sand the coupon today. NOW .. It

ar as Phenlce, and Cyprus, and that currency inflation Is unneces- deepen itself through scouring. e strong emotions.-Palatka Times- the beet lime.
The reasons for carrying it to the The Netherlands have fewer motion Herald. HEMO LABORATORIES
'\ntioch The Federal Reserve and the
preaching the word to sary. t
We hear people talk about believing 4520 Woet Pico Blvd rr
picture theatres In it
lake swamp and no farther are proportionto S ...
one but unto the Jews only. Reconstruction Finance Corporation Lo
in .
fellow man. "Trust Angela Calif. 9
Antioch was destined to be people," they your tell us. I do; but God will be his principal tools at these: To dig It through the ropean population countries.than An most other Eu- A German invention Is a dictat- Enclosed I I. $1.00 for full .1 Ieinbo 1

carcely second to Jerusalem In doesn't tell us to. Gods! says,, first. On latest report, the President l- swamp to Rowell lake would be exhibition International ing device which ia said to record of HE MO-FRE E. .,f rr 4

mportance as a center of early "Love people." But God Is always : was preparing to have the latter very troublesome, as it would haveto was held recently In Amsterdam the voice on a moving wire madeof N.m.... ".. .___.. n. ... 'LM I ICis .
hrlstlanity. With a population of reasonable and God knows : buy the preferred stock of be done with the axe mostly, to promote production of a secret alloy more distinctly :Addr....__._ no 4 sr1

febout 400,000, It Was the third people are, not trustworth. some banks which are still closed, there- for the ground Is packed with sub- sound films. than on a wax cylinder ..... ...... .....,3iai.

argest city In the Roman Empire, S e by releasing bllllona now frozen In merged logs, roots and stumps and ---- .... t ,

Inly Rome and Alexandria surpass- God doesn't tell us to admire deposits which the owners can't is thickly grown with big trees; the

ing It. Antioch was beautifully sit.aled everybody. I know people whom I get, to provide additional purchasing canal would soon be filled with LOOK HERE-FRIE !

on the Orantes River, about wouldn't want to eat with at the power. trash; hyacinths would be brought .
to our now clean lakes the outlets ii l7 (dI ,,,
; Will
fifteen miles from the sea. It was i table three times a day. I just don't Intimately associated with Infla- I Y J LuJs '
pe capital of Syria, and there the' admire them. But I love every- tion and recovery, Is the questionof of both Sampson and Rowell are so

vernor resided. The population body. Love Is the greatest thing in the 'dollar. A while ago the shoaled up till they carry water but

'as mostly Syrian, but the lan- the world. You can love people managed dollar was news. In the slowly, and after protracted rains, 41l

'age and culture were principally you don't admire, and you can even near future there Is going to be a the lake swamp will be filled up as IIJLUsb1VAhtEIj1iifflFI l !
; far as to the west end of the canal.It .
The city had a large library love people you can't trust. lot of talk about the compensated
many Jews, who had gather- The man who says "Everybodyhas Warren, a Cornell professor, who Prevatt canal, farther south, also By Special Arrangements with tho Leading
pd discharges a deal Magazines of the
great of
around their synagogues numer- was given the job of studying dollar
his price" means that he himself
Country We i
ua Greek into the swamp. Bring You the Biggest Dorgaln of All Time 1
proselytes. Here as is crooked. A woman who believes devaluation and stabilization by a r
IseWhere, at first the gospel was everything bad she hears the President. The compensateddollar The canal would be approximately Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines, with A New or fltnewal

reached to the Jews only. about other women Is fundamen- would, like the familiar one, one and one-half miles long Order for This Newspaper

And some of them were men of taally unsound in her own charac- be redeemable in gold, but with with a fall of fully three feet to

,yPrus and Cyrene, which, when I ter. An honest man knows that this basic difference-the amount the mile. It can be aligned so as YOUR OWN ALL 4 O N LYe .
''ley were come to Antioch spake there are honest people. Pure of gold it was worth would not be to miss large timber. Where crossings MAKE UP CLUSI

junto the Grecians fixed but would with the are desirable, the sides "
preaching the women know that there are other vary can be
nrd Jesus. And the hand of the women who are pure. wholesale commodity price level. sloped off so as to admit vehicles CHOOSE Y" ? .

ord wan with them: and a great)I a a As Professor Warren said, "This crossing. Were the canal wider It )

.UIo....,,"el' believed, and turned unto;I I "I can't help what I think; a proposal would give the dollar s would be all the more effective, of 1 Magazine From Group "A" $ 00 ;< ,

he Lord Then tidings of these i! man said to me one day. "Then fixed value and a rubber weight.:, course, but the Item of cost must J 2 Magazines From Group "& !

hinge came unto the ears of the I you are a dangerous character," 1 The dollar we know la all gold-till I be reckoned with. (If It comes to And r E 11

hUrch which was in Jerusalem;: I replied. A man who can't control 11 dollar Is what he thinks to be Judicious digging iti perhaps the lower

e nd the ysent forth Barnabus, thatshould : his thinking can't control his ac blending of the fixed and the I reaches may be made a little Tts:: r'an.PEn; ((1 Full Year) J p1 rV/HYPAY i''

Vim go as far as Antioch., I tions. The Bible says, "As a man, pliable. wider.) When of the width given, i
the When he came, and had seen thinketh in his heart so Is be. No e* e a laborer can throw out the dirt MORE?

grace of God WM glad, and man was ever able to soar higherthan Some Items of general'' interest. without the aid of wheelbarrow, 0"x"1 J

exhorted them all' that with purse he Is able to think by the follow: and large trees and stumps can Your Choice of Any One Y ,Your Choice of Two .e
of heart they would cleave grace of God. Steel-According to the. Iron better be avoided. The canal Magazine In This Group Any

nto the Lord. For he was a good .aBack Age, the market ia reviving be when bank full, will carry off from Magazines In This Group !

'Inn and full of the Holy Ghost of every tragedy In human cause of public works activity and '23,000 to 2 ,OOO gallons of water OROUP Air' tF CROUP O

'Ind of faith: and much people was character there is a slow, long process renewed steel buying. The 'downward every minute-enough to fill the a McCall'a M..sda----'t Yr. I Q Better Home V < S

added unto the Lord... of wicked thinking. Men are trend In production U.;'become city: tank in less than two minutes, O Woman's Home Comp.-.l Yr. GaiJcn . 1 71' s
.' o Pictorial Rs*_ d WomanHousehold* World 1. ; r i
and _
th.r" commendable moderation of not thieves because they steal. less pronounced. it will begin to vrfc before the \ Yr. yr n
Jerusalem O terse PIa ...... r lx c tR 0 Maculne.: 1 yep
church In not hastily They steal because they are thieves. Retail Trade-When evidence of swamp la overloacjed fjts e feet 3 y I Yr. 0 Ncedltcrift .
i gat ondernnlng> the new departure lug. Men are not murderers because recovery appeared a few months will be'felt along every.. tributary Hollywood Movie. M.,_l Yr. 0 Good Stories I Jr yr
of that they had already heard they murder. They murder because ago, this was a disturbing factor, to the Alligator .. well as in 0 Open toad (Boys)_I Yr. +H>*ln' *O* S D Country lions s '2 yrs

lelJus'Peter'l visit' to Cesarea and Cor- ther are murderers. Men are not as It showed little improvementwhile Starke, and it will diminish the QPahgndatWkly.-IYe. ?L QDSt41E.5 [0 Succe* ful Farming .1st

the conversion and had reached liars because they lie. They lie be- other fields showed much. mosquito peat. [ &srHyqaj 1I s4 f o e Q. O Profrcjiive Farmer 2yn ,
C O Southern
Jneluslon, "Then Recently there has been T' AgrJculturfct yr f t :
11so to hath God cause they are liars. a sharp The canal if constructed -and it "' i" And Tour Chalet 1
the Gentiles gain due, in the view of Dan and of Any On
granted repent- La .
""c now seems that it will materialize Ifdxazfn. in -
3 tm
unto life" (Acts 11 Bradatreet, to the NRA. Best I THREE IN ALL, &> ALL :
Iny rat : 18)) At Jesus said "Blessed are the purein ex- --will pass through lands owned by THREE IN ;
"'eetig-! hey sent Barnabas to In- heart for they shall see God. perience of all was In Midwest and the McFashlon Estate* the Alvarez mSfiOEiSOSIBBSiK SSiSBmOf fm UAl'

In .Ot first hand the Bltua' This does mean that they will see Pacific coast Estate, B. C Holtzendorf and W. THIS
ion 1 Antioch Barnabas gave God just in the next world. The Coat of Living-Up 2.3 per centIn M. Edwards. It will occupy lowland or >* R OentJemtll_ '

':reek. W movement among the pure In heart see God In this world. August; aUll twenty-three per of little value except for the or&ttitiVfjfy'

hit Itlrrlng his hearty approval andexnortatlons Wicked men may see beauty in cent lower August, 1929. I I timber, and the owners will prob- S enclose *.. .. -,. Pie** tend m. the lions msgutnlgi

hither the helped to flowers, but good men see God Employment and Wages-Employment i. ably grant righta-of-way. are no strings attached to this chcl.d with a 7."'. nibecrlpUon to .
:tanence.'Then Work and give It per. back of the flowers. Wicked men gained 7SO.OOO In August.Factory II. E. LAGERCREN. offer I Every magazine subscription your eewsprp r., ,

may see beauty In the sunset, but employment gained 6,4 per .
'os' for departed Barnabas to Tar- godly men know that God gave cent and payrolls 11.6 per cent. Aeronautical equipment valued 1 wM b. filled exactly as l'epI'aented.Name _

<<*wd him to Seek Saul: and when he that sky Its exquisite coloring. e e at more than $6.000,000 was ex- If any of your subscriptions are renewals .

tlOCh. he broueht unto A very Interesting fact appear.In ported by American aircraft manu- the Street or K.F.D.. ,
S"'hole And It came to pass, that The heart needs education too; the Treasury statement of August facturers in the first eleven monthof I time will be properly ex-

v q Year they assembled them- I a developed Imagination, aa awakened 31: The post office department 1931, Including 2-41 complete airplanes tended T_ and 8..WUuV ,

with the church and taught sympathy and understanding. after long years of terrific and 2,12 motors. 1

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I

Co-operation la more tan ever MaybeYou've UP4

1877 becoming the keystone of organized ,

. --. .- .- society. Heard It But
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Published! Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class When the pre-historIc man Joined ,
with his fellows in an effort to
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida protect himself/ from the surrounding I \ ;
-- ---- and to easily obtain -
Sh} + -- dangers!

"T E. L. Matthews ____ __._ __________Editor and Owner food and clothing he was I Someone has recalled that Sally Li
n_ ___ practicing co-operation. He realized Rand, the now-famous fan dancer : -
school in a
that the lone individual was no used to attend high
small South Florida
match for the rest of the world

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance and that a thousand Individuals, publicity she has been getting late-
joined by a common purpose, hada ly must make interesting readingfor
Advertising Rates on Application
folks there who "knew her.
much better chance for survival. 'I
-- when" she used to wear clothes.
Of all the industries today it

t' The next event in the social season: cane grindings seems that the farmer Is slowest to I ( T iI i

learn the lesson of cooperation.We FASHION NOTE I
oI have seen what becomes of disorganized Walter Winchell's secretary says
i Football can really get going now that the World Seriesis agriculture, when faced that Madame Marline tells her a ..
and that the ladles will be "Interestingly ,
over. by organized buying groups
pale" (ala Greta) this winter.
) yet the farmer continues the old
o methods of farming and marketing, And that they'll all go about look- l-J ril

.,, Don't quit what you are doing-it's too easy to get in always hoping for a better day to ing like they are suffering from

t M the habit. come. the vapors or like they're gonna

o Our farmers now take what they faint any minute iast a'ecltrrtfi

h' '"' for city hall and are offered or lose a sale. There is Goody, goody! It's gonna be lots gourds We'/'P
behind the movement
Get a new of fun for us practical Jokers- fate .=
always another one down the road governmeMtpmperlyand j f fn /

4 gr, talk it up. who will take the offered price, be- going around sticking .pins in pale mefiumexc.fla: e- bY ( \ t )
ladies with the
; -0 he needs the There vapors.CHECKING "
Ir cause money.
M2> flt mJlftJPS/J/tlck
1 ?" The radio used to keep folks at home, but now it is just Is no bargaining power. Prices UI'Iawl t."hrisIoRhe, ; v' ) /
drop markets are chaotic and un- kin, ot'f/arfi: thel 1n-srill -
'A 1 as likely to drive them away. } If you doubt the word of ..
; #' ,fnt certain, and farm mortgages grow. Mr.- who promised you he vorln a dollar Pdc)Lrarge.sfana'trrgarmyl, r
The principle of co-operation will >
These fine Indian summer days mean just that many change this--not overnight not in was going to vote dry you could wIP.,. '
checked him -
have upon so easily.All .. \ "t.
a but eventually. When he ., :
times to the year ...,. ::
mow .
more grass. you would have had to do -- .
joins with his fellows the farmer / .,
would be to stand outside while he /
o can provide his group with the bar- : .... sA tfP
,, Wonder if balancing the family budget will take the placeof gaining power that will obtain hima went In to vote. The wets got ? : ; rewcrd

fair and profitable price for his through quickly since all they had ,.., ,
this winter? -
arl1lforlw million
jig-saw puzzles /s me Chinese
to do was check the first sixty- -I\ H&Hplayed -
goods and can help to develop stable / 7
a seven names. It took the drys sev- I't'
and permanent markets. It is -
Lake Worth Herald says that to Chicagoans NRA means a logical and workable plan and eral minutes longer, however, to \: --.
their out of the _
its success or failure will have pick delegates
lizim "Numerous Relatives Arriving.
of and 7r Yi
maze unpledged pros cons.
more to do with the future of -
o American agriculture than all the : # '..
; In Florida you can get a divorce if your wife can't cook- government relief schemes good as FRLIKVK IT OR NOT :: I'

that is if you livelong enough. they may be, combined, '\l1atlocI1J! housewife missed her
rew: fell hilt and, after hours ofmarching ,7'Q
--o- dl I IIA
o : discovered it in the
I Some folks think a conversation becomes boring the moment back yard? Bob and Betty the 1tiZrrtkees l1" -

''' ''I the other fellow begins to talk. Another scalp has been added to little dears, had been playing doctor 3OQ consecutive \ ,\
and had used mama's hat for
the belt of practical jokes gone 4
o the box! ffawesviihoidashutout' J
pill I i
That feeling of envy we had for Byrd on his polar expedition wrong.A he etjuz'valeHt or two HfP"I/" Sheep sM in Clftn f
little fooling, one day recently,
A LOT OF MONEYIf fas cefor u/eidr hat
l' s disappeared with the first cool snap. caused the death of Fred Conrad, futlseasorrs.ruts a natural
Judas had created a trust
o-- young New Yorker.In never been zHtefafewiIt dy s.
fund of one dollar and Interest of
The good thing about the hurricanes is a spirit of fun he approachedan It
only we can say four per cent had been compounded
automobile In which friends I
that they stop the revolutionists from fighting in Cuba. were sitting "Stick 'em up" he I)I semi-annually, the and estate allowed today to wouldbe accumulate -

a commanded.A .
worth $10,000,000,000,000,000000,000,000,000LNews .- .
What will husbands who "have to work late at the office" passing patrolman heard. He Item -- bring all their friends and rela

do for an excuse when the thirty-hour week gets in operation? saw that Conrad was carrying a From Other Pens I /Late with them.
t top coat draped over his right How they would write it: oo Civic organizations of Flon
o wrist as If he had a gun. O. O. l\lclntyre-Tboughts while would justify their existence lit

Headline in a daily paper says: "Obstetricians Say Fig- "Drop that gun," the policeman strolling: If Judas had created a T.: 'o elassif) would all unite at this time ot 4

ure of Mae West Ideal." Come on, let's make it unanimous. shouted. trust fund of one dollar and inter UK EARNED TUB RIGHT campaign to insure a square c
The young man couldn't obey be; est of four percent had been com By RUSSELL KAY and fair prices for tourist itf

i 'y 5't o cause/, he had no gun. Speechless pounded semi-annually and allowedto That President Roosevelt, whenhe Secretary. Florid Pran AMOCUUIM visitors who come to the state U

Some towns have been complaining about counterfeit with fright, he backed away. The accumulate the estate today appeared before the American winter.

t'' money going around-but even that would look good to policeman fired and killed him. would be worth $10.000,000,000000,000,000,000,000,000. ,- Legion convention and asked the While may be a selfish If we send 'em all back huci

most of us.Florida. It was only a little Joke-but One word support of his emergency policies, thought, It Just occurred to me thatIf next spring satisfied and haPP\|
n Conrad is dead. description of Judas: dumb. I was fully qualified to present the those Cuban armies keep on we'll never need to worry a
1$ o --0--- views that he holds Is establishedby tearln each others' hair and usln' about our tourist crop. No'
is to get twenty-six more reforestation camps. BACK 'KM: UP knew 'til now: 'That if Judas never had his personal record. their best tourist hotels for shootln' will keep 'em away, But now I

It might sound paradoxical, but they should help us to get created trust fund of one dollar Assistant Secretary of the Navy galleries it isn't gonna help their the time to make up our mth
;, ,,j 'd out of the woods. Local football fans are being of- and interest of four per cent had under President Wilson, he is cred- tourist business a whole lot. What are we gonna do feUorJ!
fered for their
g something money been ited with having devised the strategy I treat! 'em right or treat em rouglif
compounded Then with flat its
semiannuallyand prohibition on
+ o this year. The B.H.S. Tornadoes I
allowed to-accmulate the estate that resulted in the bottling up back waitln for the count it oughtto
that furs fever. We didn't have won their first two games of And if Mr. Is still lookttl
They say may cause hay the Clean cut victories today would be worth $10,000.000,000,000,000.000.000,000,000. ,- of the German fleet. But he didn'tconfine be just about as easy to harvesta Ripley
know that but have furs make husbands his service toswivel chair for "Belleve-It-Or-Nota hemigtj
s we seen new many too-and But a crop of liquid refreshments in
they were, against larger risked life I' tell folks about the Tampa 1:lion
occupation, but his
when that bnhe lit I"
t temperature. and r"e1ite Inn got Florida this winter as it was in i
run a supposedly stronger teams. through with Judas I'll bet he aboard American craft In the Cuba. Ing Tribune, a "newspaper' that!
ilif o But if the boys are to continue didn't have dollar-the treacherous waters of the Channeland I suehV a politician for libel lusts!
a sap. And with Mama Nature doin'
r their winning streak they will need the North Sea. a of beta' sued by one, that ought ti
if 6' There was a time when certain sections of Florida lived Walter Llppmuii If Judas hula dance and folks awake
co-operation and backing from the keepin ,1
make the world sit and
di off tourists but the tourists down with the of had created ,a trust fund of After the war he developed Infantile in up gasp
., now come hope town. No team can give Its best to nights California a lot of timid ask its six legged aG
they me, got
one dollar and interest paralysis. Surely this could
; handful of silently of four souls will probably change their
living off of Florida.If a spectators standing and one armed paper bai
cent have been attributed to service
per compounded semiannually -
minds about
on the sidelines-Just as no goln' out there this
o and allowed to accumu- connection, had he so desired. Or knocked for a loop.Let .
actor can play to an empty house, winter.
there is anything to this psychology stuff, "Who's and no preacher can preach his late the estate today wouldbe so believed. On the contrary, he Then with the wonderful adver-
realized that the nation's first obligation -
Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf" should be the straw that breaks best to empty pews. worth $10.000,000,080,000,000000,000,000,000. ,- tlnln' Florida has had all summerat
was to those veterans who
i us see, however -NR
The attendance at the last :
old back. game the Century of Progress, it .
l man depression's what would happen to this were victims of actual combat or
Friday afternoon was good but until wouldn't
w'e surprise me to see more
their The don- I Id
o vast fortune if the administration dependants. mere
everyone Is out on the sidelines tourists down here this season than ..
Remember the good old days when tourists used to come there Is always room for Improve- should suddenly decide to reduce ning of a uniform, he said was the ants at a picnic. 33
the gold content of the dollar. Deliberate duty of every citizen, but not a ...
ment. ,.. ......
down for the winter"In Packards. it's hard to tella -
Nowadays debasement of the eagle claim for compensation above simi This would be a good time for
The next home la with
tourist car from a native! one. game November 3. by fifty per cent, or anything like lar claims of those who,rendered Florida folks to get their little
High Springs on
a Make plans now to attend.IIUNTEUS fifty per cent, would at first blush, equally patriotic service, as nearly heads together and decide what we ]
your TheMirror
to be the every American did. propose to do about it. Our hotels
seem worst. This is
v .A man could easily live within his income if he'd be half -o- par- and apartments will be full and
AND HUNTEDAs ticularly true since the fear would This appeal from one so emi-
; as economical all the time as he is for the two weeks followinghis Instantly arise in Judas that the nently qualified, from the com- I runnin' over. Rooms in private

vacation, thinks the Miami Herald. Is customary at this time of first debasement would be only one msn r-In-chlef of the army, from homes will be in demand. Cafes
o the year, the game department has 10f a series of successive debase- the leader of the recovery movement I will do a thrivin'business.
ments, as the same political forces should bear weight. It wasa Local merchants will
[issued its "ten commandments" for
i l i Scientists say that the average man's heart beats 100,800 which find that many a tourist dollar will
the guidance of those, who slip had led to the first would assert call to the Legion to enlist, in the

times a day. Of course, if a bill collector arrives unexpectedly away from business one or two themselves::: again when there present war against depression, not be spent in their establishments. Tell the story. We just j

the total might be raised to 100,801. ,lays a week during the hunting came a reaction in the boom. If, by high-sounding orders of mobilization The problem we've gotta decide newest ill I
season and take to the open> fieldsIn on the other hand Judas had in-: but by cne hundred per centcooperatlon.Palatka right now is whether we want to received the

o hope of returning home with a Vested only ninety-nine cents Dally News. make the most of the moment step Fall Felts for Ladies.

Clermont Press says that it's hard to fool nature. She mess of quail doves or some Arthur Brisbane If Judas -0-- out and get ours while the gettin'

usually keeps people poor long enough to have a few children equally appetizing game. had created a trust fund of FLORIDA COUNTRYSIDE IS is good soak 'em for rooms, soak I The smartest Hats of the
the "ten one dollar and interest of four LOOKING ITS BESTA 'em for eats, soak 'em for every- In the most recent
before Following are com- season
r they become rich enough to not have
tit any. mandments," which were recently per cent had been compounded thing and if they'\vhlne about it shades of-

o opted by national game authorities I semi-annually 'and allowed to several hundred mile trip give 'em the Bronx cheer; or shall

Scientists have invented a machine for measuring the : accumulate the'estate' today wouldbe through South and Central Florida we look ahead to next year and the

j heat of stars. The temperature of movie stars, course, will 1. Take your birds in,a sports worth $10,000,000,000,000,000000,0co,000,000. ,- Indicates the efficient and speedy year after that and deliberatelyset WINEGREEN
manlike and avoid excess That was a lot of manner In which state, county and out to trap 'em into comin
fontiue to be measured by their box office receipts. 2. Select way your birds and refrain money then, it Is a lot of money today municipal officials have cleaned up back year after year and brlngln'

r o from destructive flock shooting. and it will be a lot of money a the relatively small damage caused their friends with 'em.

q Some counterfeiters have real nerve. One in Georgia 3. Refrain from shooting at birds hundred years from now. by the Labor Day storm The greatest business successesin BLACK

beyond reasonable range The highways and roadsides are the world have been built on
passed out bogus $10 bills with the following words printed
: 4. Never shoot at birds on the AUTUMN LAMENTThe In trim condition and also the "repeat orders" and "fair prices." BLUE
r' < on them: "No one but a fool would accept this as money" water unless badly crippled. frost 1 is on the pumpkinAnd bridges and culverts which sustained We don't want to forget that. If

o I B. Retrieve your down birds and a chill Is in the air, slight damage from the heavy we're smart, we'll bold prices downto BROWN |
While Jars of mother's pickled stuff rainfall of the two-day storm.'Any the minimum this
avoid all possible waste. season, go out
A judge recently ordered a California man not to associate Are
ready for the fair.
6. Do not patronize commercial trees broken or damaged by the of our way to make a fuss over
t with any girl or woman during the next five years. shooting stands where abuses are Without a doubt old Fall Is here, wind have been trimmed, and these "customers" greet 'em witha We could tell you how

to be hard do when But I don't give a hoot.I broken branches other debris smile do one
That's going pretty to leap year comes piacticed. or our best to entertain you'd look in |
around again. 7. If you feed birds during the rlally can't enjoy myself- carted away. 'cm. Let 'em have room accommo- 'lovely 3 YOI

season, continue It as long: as feed I The moths are in my suit. The citrus trees with their epark-! dations and meals at a reasonable but prefer having 1 let t the
i o and
i ) ; Is beneficial. A ham is In the smokehouseAnd 'inf green leaves and here and rate put some flowers In their try some. on -

w + I Columbia Record says that Washington's feat of throwing 8. Do your part to restore breed- i the barn Is full of feed. there a bright burst of ripening rooms and don't send a bill with mirror tell you. ,ha

i'' a dollar across the Potomac wasn't so hot since during Ing grounds and maintain refuges. There's meal and.l grits and corn fruit are In the "pink of condition." 'em, throw in an extra cup of coffee Won't you drop In.

{ the World War America threw eleven billion dollars, across B. Be a sportsman-obey the law enoughTo In cities and towns the foliage and or a piece of pie and tell 'em It's
and insist that others do likewise. answer need.I lawns, gardens and flower-bordered on the house.
k the Atlantic Ocean. 10. Swat the crow and other guess I should be thankful sidewalks and drives are in immac- Don't try to get back all your

o predators that prey on game. And I try to be. but shoot- ulate dress for the fall and early losses from this one crop of tour-

These New Jersey men can take it. After twenty-three If these rules were observed It takes the fun right out of life winter season.It ists. Think about the tough sea- $149
along with those of ordinary safety, When moths in Is a health, prosperous-looking sons you've been
; are your suit. through. Think
N : life is divorce because
of married one suing his wife for
..r years )such as '"not to climb: over a fence interior Florida bespeaking the about next season and those to fol-
she tried to,,cut his throat; tried to poison him ; threw the with a loaded gun," there would New Hampshire's chief Industries alertness of citizens insisting on low after that. Make* up your

i 9 contents of a garbage pail over his head; threw carving not only be more game to hunt but are cotton goods manufacturing, looking their best for the season's mind to hold these customers, -
also more sportsmen to hunt It. boots and shoes, and paper and throng of Incoming visitors. bring 'em back
knives, a chair, an iron pots, pans, forks, and a pair of scissors --ate wood pulp. Many and varied automobile You may not wind again and again.

at him; used all nice clean shirts to mop the floor; The word "Whig" (the British license tags ranging from Maine to with quite as much dough up the but season boy,

u ,f scalded him with a pot of boiling tea, dumped pails of waterin party name) was formed by the The manufacture of sand-lime California indicate that Florida think how you will feel when you TheJ&RSHNext
using the first letters of the mottoof brick has reached a high technical beauty Is being appraised and ad- know that
his bed, and falsely accused him of having an affair with your guests had the
3 the Scotch contenders, "We development where it Is rapidly mired by tourists looking for their time of their lives, how they hated Door to P"0"1"PAGE

J y4.' another woman. Hope In God displacing clay brick. place In the sun.-Tampa Times. to leave and are comin' back and

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