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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 20, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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f Established 1877 Subscription-For Year. $1.50; Six,Months. 75c-Payable In Advance8TARKE E. Matthews Editor.. ,, I and.1 Owner'OLClE I ..!.._. '_L'g 7 ;

FIFTY-FIVE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 80. 1933 NUSIBERFIFTYhomes
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AppealsFor Road 13 Bids Dangerous To Sleep Loans In County Berrv Acreage T-l$

[[Mayor Issues "Buy Now" Proclamation I Around Screw 'Worms, r



[ CooperationWith ,To- The Citizens of Starke and ery Administration, 2,500,000 work-,: To Be OpenedBy People Georgia who live-Negro in parts of Finds Bradford Coming Through! Below Normal !: fi' ;,1

Bradford County: era have been returned to the payrolls

Roll Call ident In order Roosevelt to co-operate and General with Johnson Pres--, the spending, adding two power billion of the dollars general to November 1 II have the been County following found where news will screw be story interestedin from worms a Records ProveEleven AD Over StateGrowers

In their recovery program I feelIt public; retail trade has IncreasedIn recent issue of the Qultman (Ga.) -
volume sixteen per cent. I Farmers have Received Here Estimate Crop At:
my duty to appeal to the citizens Free Press:
LlU Of :Many Benefits To County of this community to join wholeheartedly If you have been holding back Fence Along The Rlghte- of Money llwlYppJy 25 Per Cent To 40 Per Cent i,
From Local Red Cross in a co-operative spirit : waiting for proof that recovery 1 la Ot-W'ay Wan Begun This "The first authenticated case Since Rains Less Than Last Year
a screw worm fly attacking a human .
its
Chapters to further advance the movementnow on way, these figures shouldconvince Week here -
well under way toward returned you that It is here, and being developed Monday Loans to Bradford County farmers Mother Nature, herself, seems to
> the People of Bradford County: prosperity.The that now is the time to buy while Actual work on the Road 13 cut- when Charley Brown, negro farm from the Regional AgriculturalCredit be taking: care of crop reduction In

}I have been appointed chairmanthe easiest and to you may still take advantage of off between Starke and the Ala- worker, was brought here for Corporation of Macon, Ga., the strawberry Industry, not only { ,

Red Cross Roll Call for quickest way low prices on many objects. chua County line should begin treatment. are beginning to come through, according In this county, but also In the Plant q s
do this is to throw off and
hdford County this year, not- timidity While asking the general community within the next three weeks, it Is "The man had laid down od the to County Clerk A. J City area. i
fear and BUY NOW. Keep pace to I must remind business believed, from made floor to sleep Sunday a week ago Thomas
Ithatandlng the fact that I didt with this nation-wide movementand buy, statements, / In whose office eleven such Acreage In Bradford County will j .,j
here by'E. S. Robinson and the fly evidently deposited her
-merchants, and storekeepersto Tuesday loans have been recorded during
| ask for this responsibility, I do do not stop at buying bare ne- be from twenty-five to forty percent r
keep prices as low as possiblefor engineer with the State Road De- eggs In his nose( while he slept. I the past week.
of the oration I less than last lathe
ilize the importance cessities. Buy a few things that I It was season, ,
as long as possible in order to partment. I "During the week be developedwhat The loan Is for
the Mr estimate
and great principles you may not actually need but average $100, of various grower
"D" which it was founded and the which you have for a long time de- encourage the public and get 1 it This road was one of four new he thought was catarrh with Thomas said. and shippers in this section. This .
'eat work that It has accompllsh- once more into the habit of buying. Federal aid projects Included/ discharges from the nose. His J. B. with prediction was made in spite of i !
O'Dell
I to endear it to the hearts of all i sired.We I also feel it is my duty to urge the NRA program which were' head felt funny he said. Last Sat- the an inspector his showers Monday and Tuesday that j ,
corporation, now making
must believe that there Is a the public to from and three from his
81 Americans; and notwith- buy givesupport covered In a call Issued Wednesday urday worms came In Starke an will aid materially In setting: out '
headquarters reports 1
ktiding the fact that I have general improvement throughoutthe to those employers< who for bids to be opened October 31. nose and Sunday and Monday two Increased number of plants. Plants set this late, how-
I entire country. Statistics show have taken on increased burdensin The project was listed In the call others. The negroes had been applicationsfor
,ugh duties to keep me comfort- loans since the rains of the firs) ever, will not make a full crop.i ; ; 1 ,.,
that factory employment for the
to an effort to increase consumer as: clearing and grading on Road working with their stock which
I
am give i
lly occupied going Last
of the week. Farmers have evidently year's planting: was variously -4.' 1
month of August increased
I Roll Call sufficient time that, twenty- purchasing power. 13 in Bradford County, near Hampton was affected by screw worms and been estimated at from 1,000 to
th the hearty co-operation thatm four per cent as compared with Prices will advance necessarilyas for distance of 348miles.. recognized the trouble. They Im- encouraged by favor- 3,000 acres Many And t
able weather growers ,
conditions and
going to get, we can put Itfcr August, 1932; Industrial productionwas stocks of goods bought at low Everything is being done to have mediately brought him to town to anxious to get funds to finance are shippers, in clone touch with conditions _
up seventy-one per cent In levels are exhausted and this get something done. t
are re project pushed as rapidly as
in big
a way. their Mr throughout the county, believe '' .
strawberry O'Dell f y
July as compared with July of last placed by goods purchased at possible Mr. Robinson said and it crops.
"The man was taken to Dr. J. R. that
i
familiar with the or- acreage this season will t .
'ot being says that ha is receiving five or six
farm
year; prices are up thirty- prices made Increased is his '
Inlzation. this message deals higher by belief that the contract for McMichael who was very skeptical not reach the 1,000 mark.
applications a
three per cent as against a year wages and Increased farm prices. It will be let by November 1 at day. 1
[ with observation of the about it being a case of screw While In the Plant City district t '
inly my '' In Starke Mr. O'Dell Is grow-
ago-this Increase alone addingone This Is Inevitable. Therefore the the latest.
chapters 1 and the needs of the billion worm Infestation. He said he feltsure making his headquarters at the ers are reported to be handicapped ? i'i ? '
dollars to the buying slogan "Now is the time to I
buy"should
ent day. of the American farmers Workmen began this week put- it would be ordinary maggots.He home of W. E. Bryant on Call by lack of finances as the result of 11
power ; be all the
more convincing
ting down posts for the fencing to has preserved in alcohol fifty I a disastrous last '
Street. is season They
He
ft tis a singular fact that those, pay rolls have Increased forty per W. E. MIDDLETON, more likely to be year.
be done the screw worms taken from the man'snose
along rlghts-of-way are also faced with
of
found a shortage
have been assisted by the Red cent there during the afternoon
i over August, 1932, and as a Mayor of Starke, Fla
and there is
Iss and by the other charitable direct result of the National Recov- October 19,1933.Canvass granted for the project.Council doubt says about absolutely since most of his mornings are available plants as the result of the fell
--- no it although hecan't
September storm and de-
nlzattons( are those who aret spent Investigating: applications are now
able to support them; and it figure how the fly could have throughout this district. layed by adverse weather conditions r

or those more fortunate to con- Shows Vote Holds deposited the eggs in the human for ettlnfi'. It IK estimated : r:4' r

e to assist as they have so Might Have Eggs For Local nose Mrs. Ada L. Baisden that acreage there will be from

fcy times in the, past; and it Iskills Delegates "It Is probable that the fly laid twenty-five to fifty per cent less;

latter class that I now ap- Routine Meet the eggs nearer the opening of the Dies At Home HereMrs. than it was last year.

to support the Roll Call. To Go With Bacon County Commissioners met nose and that when the worms While growers there are gradu- +

spite of the fact that the Red's Thursday morning at the court Donate :5.00 For hatched out they moved further up Ada L. Baisden, wife of W. ally putting out plants by "water.
$ Relief
house as a board of and Sewing; where the tissues softer and in the .
has accomplished many char- canvassers Floyd Greea Is Elected were W. Baladen, passed quietly away ing results in most Instances SIy) Il,?

ie deeds in this county, the re- Government Considering Buying filed Bradford County's official Attorney moister into eternal sleep Friday ulght at especially on high ground id'9;
iilbility and work has resteda Up Poultry Products,. vote in the repeal election as 512 "The point of Infection was far her home here. Although In fall- are said to have been unsatisfactory M.k;

mere handful of loyal peo- Report Says wet, 263 dry. A total of 801 votes The City Council-of the City of up In the nose cavity. Ing health, she was only confinedto and resulted in heavy losses.
was cast. Unofficial returns In her bed for three Delay and other factors are expected
who have given very gener- Starke met in an adjourned meet- "He used cocaine as an anethetic days and was
iy of their time, and our people There Is a bare possibility that last week's paper were given as Ing with the following members for the tissues and picked out the surrounded by her family when the to make the Plant City crop
whcle have little Bradford Countlans might have 517 wet, 274 dry. end came. ..veral'weeke. ; late this season. t
given very present: W. L. Wall, chairman; O. worms. They had eaten out quitea '
eturn toward supporting the some eggs to go with that ham and Bradford County's four dry del- L. Beasley, P. M. Barefoot, T. N. bit of tissue mostly In the floorof I Mrs. Baisden was born December .

nzaUon.( This has resulted In bacon that is soon to be distributed egates received the following num- Kendrick, W. M. Edwards. the nose and had not gotten into 24, 1877, at Lake Butler, and wasa Bt

fasness in maintaining it and from relief headquarters here. ber of votes: H. L. Brownlee 251, W. E. Bryant an&,3. M. Smith the sinus cavities. They seemed to daughter of the late Mr and siness.Club tI t

expecting It tQ continue thek Farm administration officials L. A. Davis 245, J. T. Quigley 120, appeared before, the'city council be working downward and the roof Mrs. S. B. Denmark, who preceeded q

which we know must go on. have been studying the poultry situation W. P. Smith 90. asking that light be'placed in alley of the mouth had already begun to her in death several years ago. To Donate Fund

Jr local chapter,has been par- for some time and have In rear of their places. Motion was swell Dr. McMichael said he had On March 0, 1809 she was unitedIn

lady active in performing the I come to the usual conclusion-too made by W. M. Edwards that drop heard of this sort of thing but did marriage to W. W. Baisden, and -

eS Incumbent on It; during the !. many chickens and too many eggs. Car Wreck Hurts i light be placed in alley back. of not believe .It until this case to this union were born a son anda Organization Will Give Money To

year five carloads of flour Since the Federal Relief Corpo- their places of business.: Motionwas came up." daughter, who survive. Feed Undernourished SchoolChildren f
y
been distributed (the freight ration has cash to pay forfarm 3 Graham WomenMrs. seconded and carried. For over eighteen years the de- a '' '

anting to $165 per car beingby surpluses required to feed the un : Clerk was Instructed to collectall Sholtz Asks For More ceased with her husband has livedat -
the Red Cross) ; seventeen employed, several million dozen delinquent occupational licenses the county jail where Mr. Bais I The Business Men's Club of '

and yards of cloth and manyr eggs may make the transfer from H. D. Waadm Was Badly and aso licenses due October 1 for State Relief Money I den is jailer, and, although seldom Starke will donate $30 to feed the 5

articles of clothing distribute storage to the table soon. Injured Accident Near the year 193334.Applications seen away fro mhome In these last undernourished school children t'' bid

the needy, and furnished The price that would have to be Palatka for city attorneywere Governor Dave Sholtz Monday few months, she was known everywhere during the months of October, No- ; i.-r-

the co-operation of the localr i paid for chickens, even those in taken up. Applications were approved a recommendation of the for her kindness and vember and December, It was decided k ',

180 rolls each day to they cold storage, is regarded as too Mrs. H. D. Wasdln seventy-four- received from Floyd Green and G. State Emergency Relief Advisory thoughtfulness to those with whom at the regular bl-weekly '

school children for about six high, probably to justify buying year-old residnet of Graham suf- L. Patten. Floyd Green receivedthe Council that Florida seek additional she came in contact, and was a luncheon of the club held Monday. 1 '

the last year; assisted they any considerable quantity for the fered a fractured shoulder and nu- appointment for the coming Federal relief faithful member of the First Chris- Members of the club also agreed
bring
money r
In securing medicines andr destitute. merous cuts about the head whenan Ing to $1,875,000 the tian Church, and as long as her 100 per cent to join' the Red Cross ,

articles, and services too nu- Already a generous helping of automobile, in which she was year.Motion made that bill received amounts sought for November monthly and health would permit,.was an ardent Roll Call soon to be begun in this ; M

ua to mention. Only last week the commodities the government returning home from a visit with from City Attorney Floyd Green December.The worker In that church. county.A k IJ

relief chairman of the Red .announced It intends to buy her son, L. R. Wasdln of Palatka, for $90 for services ehdere d during Funeral services were held from committee of three members:

', with the co-operation of a would make a pretty good meal fora turned over near Sprlngslde Sun i the year 1932-33 be paid. Mo- state's formal applicationfor the Christian Church Sunday after- C. II. Nasworthy, A. J. Thomas and o, : i

physician and nurse, rescuedor hungry family. day afternoon. tfoh was seconded and carried. the additional Federal funds noon at 3:00: o'clock. The service F. F Stump, was appointed to ,

destitute boy from certain One hundred million pounds of Mrs. Chesley Fogg and daughter, I Mrs. -W. E. Middleton appeared j will be sent to Washington over was in charge of Rev. J. B. Dixon meet with the City Council Tues-

and placed him on the. road pork products are on hand and will Miss Leecy Fogg both of Graham, before the city council asking that the Governor's signature. The of Jacksonville, and a quartet composed day night for the purpose of stimu'I

covery and health.. be supplemented, officials say, by who were also in the automobile, council donate something to aid In chief executive announced approvalof of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs.E. lating the efforts being made) to

ese and many other things the buying that may bring the total to were badly bruised. buying thread and buttons for relief the request following a confer- L. Biggs, and L. G. and John II. get an appropriation of Federal ri '

chapter and those connectedIt 500000,000 pounds.The The car Is said to have over- work, saying that the countywas ence director with Marcus Fagg, state relief Powell, accompanied by Mrs F. H. funds for a new city hall here. ; ij

have done to the honor and purchase of around nine mil turned after Mrs. Fogg, who was giving $5.00 per month. Mo- Long, sweetly sang two favorite A membership committee of the

of the organization and the lion pounds of butter monthly is driving, stopped at Sprlngslde gasoline tion made by O. L. Beasley that Increase In the number of relief hymns "Jesuit Lover of My Soul," following members was appointed: } % "

fcbers thereof.my contemplated and the buying of station to get the tank re- they be given $5 00 per month for cases on the state's roll and Increase and "It Is Not Death to Die." F F. Stump, W E. Torode B. L. '

mind It should be a cov- wheat to be ground Into flour for filled. As she pulled back on the buying thread and buttons for relief in the cost of living during Interment was made in the family Matthews. :;

honor to belong to the Reds 'bread has begun. Beef productsare highway she lost control of the car work for the next three the winter months prompted the plot at Crosby Lake cemetery.The .

and I believe It Is the duty to be purchased through the relief and ran across the highway and months. Motion was seconded and advisory council to recommend services at the grave were in Two Fine Pictures
II I to join If corporation.J. down an embankment.The carried. that: Florida ask for more money. charge of the Lake Butler and
they can
possibly
their dues which are nominal. E. Wilson chairman of the local women were carried In an The tax assessor presented the Fagg said the Federal Relief Ad- Starke Woodmen Circle. The De- Booked Ry The Ritz ik

t usual amount paid for dues is council says that a question- ambulance to a Palatka hospital assessment rolls for 1933, the same ministration would be requested to Witt C. Jones Company was In Will kr
dollar cents naire has been received from the where they were treated. Mrs. were approved and ordered I add 4025,000 to the state's $1.250- charge of the funeral arrangements Rogers' newest' picture, "Dr. ydf df
; fifty of whichto filed "
the national headquarters, government asking how much of Wasdln's Injuries were not considered original with city tax collector and ,000 monthly allotments already requested Bull wll be shown at the Rita n

emaining fifty cents going to each of some fifty Items listed I critical It was said. the copy with the clerk of the circuit for November and Decem- Pallbearers were, active, C. A, Theatre Is the Sunday and Monday. It F
t ocal chapters. If one cares to could be used In this county duringthe ""'-- -- court. ber Knight, A. J. Thomas, A. J. Griffls, story of a country doctor ,

more, only the usual fifty winter. The list contained such IN MEMORIAM There being no further businessthe "We have not yet decided what E. K. Perryman, A. O. Andrew and adapted from James Gould COBzens' 4

goes to national headquarters varied articles as butter, eggs, cod Again the angel of death has vis- city council adjourned''to the the request will be for January and Congressman R. A. Green; honorary Adam.best" seller novel, "The Last r ;

the balance however much It liver oil, milk, and halibut oil, Mr. ited the home of one of our most next-regular meeting. later months." Fa?? said.. "be"A"R" O. W. Alderman.- W .1'_ rl.nner. Through the eyes of the> r f ',
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mains In the local chapters.view Wilson said.CLOTIUNO. faithful and devoted members of we art unable to tell Just at this son, J. M. Mitchell, W.: B. Middle- one sees the joys and
of the First Christian Church Mrs. MISS PENG7C SAPP time what relief needs will be ton E L. Biggs, Judge A. Z. Ad- rows of an entire New sor.g
the above facts, I APPLICATIONSWhite Ada L. Baisden, and took her from Miss Pencle Sapp twenty-year- then." kins, G. A. Gardiner. community.It .
earnestly plead for the co-op- make midst. Is a great story, and John i
'on of the people may again our old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The state Surviving Mrs. Baisden besides l
llons In civic and welfare or- applications for clothing at the Red She was a woman of such beautiful Shipman Sapp, died Tuesday of September and received the $1,250,000 for her husband, are a son Johnny Ford, director has brought It t
the county. The Cross rooms .on Thursday of next retiring and sincere Christian last week at the home of her same amount Baisden of Lake City and screen with a fine feeling for f'
ese Men's parents for October. The a daughter -
Club of Starke has state was not the .
ed a 100 week, according to an announce- character, so willing to assist, near Lawtey. required to match : Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of human drama latent in every' t
tarke per cent membership, ment Wednesday by Mrs. N. D. so ready to serve, so glad to wel- Funeral services were held Wednesday funds. Figures the Federal Starke; three sisters, Mrs. Mamie life. ll ;

has Parent-Teacher AJ ocl- Wainwright chairman of the local come all the duties that came to from the home, and interment showed 431,000 recently announced Handley of Lakeland, Mrs. Onle Rogers Is supported by such able '}
gone
y the Roll Call on record as endors- chapter. The demand has been so I her through any and all departments was In Sapp cemetery near I IRaltord. roll In Florida.persons on the relief Hood of Mulberry, and Mrs. Annie I players as Vera Allen, Marian Nlx-4 ,'
and I believe at Louise
members of the church. on, Dresser and
that Red Cross Rochellqj;
ret great Services were conducted' Alvarez of Starke; four brothers,
opportunity all other orlons unable to receive all applications Whereas she can suffer no more, lIud on. vOn
will were by Rev. L. A. Donley of Starke. KEStLTS OF ROAD TESTS John H. Denmark of St. Augustine,
s. endorse I
it..
set for this never again feel the chill of death, Tuesday and
the Wednesday
e Roll Call in on day pur- She Is survived by her' parents, Samuel J. Denmark of Mulberry, t
this FIND "
ie M during the county will pose last week. never again part from those she Mr. and Mrs. Shipman Sapp; three CONCRETE BEST and F. S. and Tate Denmark of "Cavalcade, balled as the greatest ,
a second week of II I loved, shed no more tears, for sisters, Janle Starke play written In the English language .
tuber Mildred two
and I and Jean, ; grandsons, Ralph
in behalf of those CARD OF THANKS : her head has been set the Bad roads and & in a score of
r are In .upon and six brothers Gerow, J. D., O. streets, with Baisden of Lake City and Billy years, comes 41 ;
n go over need am hoping that We wish to express our thanks wondrous seal of everlasting peace. W.. Jess, Blllie and Charles. sharp-edged holes have bumps and Blakely, Jr., of Starke. to the Ritz. It contains forty featured t

e. the top as never and gratitude to those who were so Therefore, be It resolved, that wavy surfaces, which levy a tremendous Those attending the funeral from players and a cast of 3,500.

e kind to us during the sickness and the members of the Christian \VAINVVIUOI1T BACK ON' JOB toll on motorists every out of town were: State's Attorney "Cavalcade" Is unique as film enertainment. -

uPon membership committee will death of our wife and mother, Mrs. Church extend to her devoted husband Court house officials and visitors year through excessive tire de- .1.' R. Kelly of Madison Mr. and There is no plot in the

rteous you, and I know you will Ada L. Baisden, and we epeclally and son and daughter sincere there Monday were glad to see Tax struction, according to the resultsof Mrs. J B. Crews of Lake Butler, constrained: meaning of the word; 1 k t I -

lou to them; and I know appreciate the beautiful floral offerings sympathy in this time of sorrow, Assessor N. D. Wainwright backIn recent tests by a well-known George Baisden George Baisden, It Is instead a vast sequence of 4 .t ,.

will Join If you possibly and the kind words of and may they feel within their his office after being confined I)I tire company. Jr., Miss Lucia Baisden of Jacksonville plots which the director has made ,

"hen sympathy.W. hearts that this loss is felt by we, to his home for several weeks. He Cars were driven over four typi- Mr. and Mrs. George W. always absorbingly Interesting and 4 'fit 1

I wan hungry, ye graver W. Baisden, their associate. also. was injured In a fall down a terraced cal surfaces and through delicate Burnsed of Sanderson, Ed Burned which fairly lift the audience out 1
eat.r; When I was Johnny Baisden, Resolved that a copy of these walk at of Its seats. X5
drink cloth Klngsley Lake and Instruments the distances were of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Willie {
Jessie Mae Blakely. resolutions be sent the bereaved
naked Mrs.
In and ye although still walking with the aid noted at which the non-skid treads Burnsed and Mr and Mrs. Otis Hodges of i
** much C family a copy put upon the minutes Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. -' eG.
M
of
iha Ie-ast of one of these-ye BIRTHS of the church and one pub to crutches, he expects to be able were worn off. Treads disappeared Burned of Sanderson Mr. and H Lee and Miss Una Merritt of ; l
t get around without them at Mrs. W. W. "
lIIIto ale." Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dyal, lished In the Bradford County Tele- shortly. Baisden Mr. and Mrs. Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ,,'' ;'r(
2,069 miles on Florida macadam. Lowens
Respectfully Starke, girl, October IS. graph and the Union County Times. I George Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bazemore and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. c

A- J. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis, Starke, Mrs. W E. Daugherty, The best temperature of 3,900 miles on California macadam Jordan Mrs. Ltnnie Greek. Mrs. Denmark of St. Augustine, Mrs. D. ill b "
THOMAS an office (relatively smooth). W Weaver and a
Chairman son, John L. Weaver H. Handley and Miss
boy October 17. Mrs. Wesley L. Andrews Inea Moitt of sr
,
or work
Red Cross Roll Call I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bloods- Mrs. Perry E. John put of work.room Is between as regards fiftyfour.aad.atyfourdagraes out- macadam.O, OO miles on California asphalt and Mr. and Mn..C. P. Tysonof Lakeland..and .:MJ'.. S. A. Blakely '

Bradford Starke October 17. i Jacksonville Mra. J. C. Kay, and sons, Bill and McArthur 1
worth Blake-
County. ,.girl, ,Committee :.
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A ,' Honor Roll Hampton Public School This community was shocked Miss Emmallne Pringle spent Mr. and Mrs. Max Carter and ..:-. 1/EE'4S of Z8SJLA&G /P 4 pg,'

i r First B-Emery Brown and Ray- last Tuesday to hear of the deathof the week-end: here with her cousins children. Jewel and Junior left Sr

mond Hall. Miss Pencle Sapp daughter of Misses Pauline and Juanita Thursday for a motor trip to Day-

A-Thomas Wadsworth Mr and Mrs. Shipman Sapp. Miss Rosier. tona Beach West Palm Beach, Miami BEAN C&OPAJLLEAT

!t Liela First Mae Brown Francis Johnson. Sapp was twenty years old the day Mr. and Mrs Marlon Carter were and other southern points.

c + Second Grade-Hazel Pachem, of her burial and was a life-time .visiting B. E. Rosier and mother D. L. Starling of Lawtey Is visitIng -
1 resident of this section. She leaves Sunday afternoon. Lester Austin for a few days. (
Mildred Glllyard.
w n a host of relatives as well as Betty Margaret and Melba Mrs. W. A. Bessent and Mrs. N. ,
; Third Grade Walden Wadsworth. friends to mourn her departure. In- Stringfellow of Starke were visit- T. Green and children of Starke z$1

Shirley Colley and Hazel terment was in the Sapp cemeteryaear ing Louise and Clarice Rosier Sun- were visitors here Friday.

Rhamea. Raiford and funeral services day afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss Olee-
t 6
',tl"' Fifth Grade Marie Taylor, were conducted by Rev. L. A. Don- Mr. and Mrs J. A. Rosier and ta Green and Carson M. Griffis 01DZST

Jeanette Parker, Albert Blrt, Mary nelly, pastor of the Evergreen children spent Sunday with her were visitors to Starke Monday.

Lee Johnson Baptist Church. brother Shelton Sapp near Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Carpenterand

l Sixth Grade-Henry Rowell. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan and Station. G. H. Barker of Baldwin visit- t ",.

', Margie Hall Doris Hinson, Geraldine little daughter of Jacksonville Those attending the funeral of ed friends here Monday. ,r4z YEAQS Of ,; XOSS
Hall, Claudle Hazen Martha spent the week-end here with her Mrs. W. E. Converse was a visitor
f Mills Pencle Sapp at the Sapp cem-
Joyce Johns. mother, Mrs. Jean Gasklna. to Lawtey Saturday.E. .
1 etery Wednesday were: B. E. Rosier -
Grade Myrtlce Hall. Prescott made a business tripto
Seventh -
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand Mrs. J. S. Rosier Mr. and Mrs.
h ,r Eighth Grade-Patsy Edmonson. children, Mrs. J. R. Quinn and Schellle Rosier and children Mr. Lawtey Friday. _
Mrs. H. C. Wimberly went to 1l t
attended churchat
Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and Mra. Frank Crews Mr. and
Enter Home Via Window Starke Tuesday to spend the balance -
Burglars Union and
Saturday Sunday
Mrs. J. E. Rosier and children Mr. w-
krr Last Tuesday evening when of the week with her daughter ti Y
Mr. and Mro. H. Green and two and Mra. Cohen Peete Mr. and / r
Dennlson and his family returned Mrs. N. T. Green. \ &
,r Avery sons and Mr. and Mrs. R. Jones of Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and children. 1 IS', .+-
; to their home, between nine Cecil Rafuse of Starke was here of t
i Manning spent Sunday here with J. E. Rosier spent the weekendIn
and ten o'clock, they discovered a Friday.
;" Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. Indian River City. etSP /NS/TOT \
rumbling noise In their house., Mrs J. L. Rafuse and children
/ Investigation showed that one Miss Villa Prevatt attended the spent Saturday in Jacksonville. OCALA, DEMONSRAT1S 4iPROPER

y I il window screen had been removed Primitive Baptist Association at Some nice showers of rain fell of
; at the front of the house, through Sardla Church, near Folkston Ga., Gum Branch here early Sunday morning and METHOD .
which burglars entered and they last week and stopped over in Tuesday morning.J. NOLD/NG-'

p 4, were yet In the house when Mr. Jacksonville on her return for a Elizabeth Homage, Cor. W. Crlffls and J. F. Griffis

r Dennison parked his car at the short visit with relatives.Mr. were business visitors to Starke de6./

front. The burglars hearing' the and Mrs. C. M. Flanders of Saturday.
car had broken one of the rear Waycrosa Ga., spent Friday here Miss Louise Sapp spent the Mi. and Mrs. Elisha Prescott visIted -
%I windows out through which they with their daughter, Mrs. I. B. week-end in Lawtey with her cous- in Lawtey Saturday.

had escaped with a quantity of Thompson. infl Miss Doris Burney. -
Miss Elizabeth Harnage was the
groceries. Miss Melvina Crews and Emer-
guest of Miss Stella Ricks Sund y.
I son Crews of Woodlawn were visiting Miss Helen Norman was visitingher ZIFF 71G
Junior Basketball friends here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H.
', Last Friday, October 13, was avery Miss Enza Blanchard of Lawtey grandparents Ml.. L.I. .... Lewlo.. Cor.V hNO.WSSii
M. McRae of Rising section Satur-
,
I s /
for Junior
k lucky day our High
was a visitor here Friday.Mr. .
School basketball team.H. day.Miss
l"y'4 B. Wiggins principal of the and Mrs. Bertie Privitt. Mel- I Vesta McRae spent Satur- \ 'lUlaniaGrooverMiss ES

Brooker Junior' High School, son Prlvltt and Miss Villa Privitt day with Miss Helen Norman. Amy Groover and James

brought his teams over and,, after were visiting friends and relativesat Miss Gladys Keene left Fridayfor Williams of Lake Butler were /
Woodlawn Sunday.The Tampa where she will spend
united in aft
two hard fought battles the scores marriage Wednesday
were: Brooker girls 3, Hampton strawberry crops are very three months visiting relatives. ernoon with the Rev. Lloyd Johns .
girls 7. Brooker boys 7, end Hamp- short as well na poor In this section ,Miss' Agnes Gordon of Raiford officiating at his home at Gra-

ton boys 0 due to the extreme dry weather spent the week-end with Misses ham. The distinction of being FLORIDA'SDLDEST hold a poisonous snake as shown by

here for the past several months. Audrey Mr. and and Mrs.Mildred Norman. Immediately after the ceremonythe WOMAN: CITIZEN goes to :Mrs. ROSS ALLEN the average person is not '
Frank Thomas
i'
Lot'alsRev. Some of the farmers around are were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. young couple left for their Martha Weeka who on August 4, 1933, advised to try it! Mr. Allen has spent
G. E. McCauley will preach watering in their plants although home in Lake Butler
Dbserved her 106th birthday. Up to that
experimenting with Florida
Lee many
rP'wei' at the Baptist Church next Sunday most of them are making slow Thomas Sunday. Mrs. Williams Is the daughter of years
'j'' morning; and evening progress at this method and we Enoch Keene returned home Sat- Mrs. J. H. Kelly and has many late she had never been out of the state. reptiles and has collected at his institute,

A. B. Fowler and family, who hope to receive a nice rain shortlyso urday afternoon after spending the friends here and elsewhere who By shipping 7,851 cars of BEANS in 1982- in Ocala nearly every species of Florida

1r: i have been located In the Christian we may get our plants out In past week In Jacksonville visiting will wish her every happiness. B3, Florida produced twice as many as reptile for study, display and research. I

p : parsonage, north of the Christian time for market next season.THERESSA friends and relatives.A the. averaged for the past ten years. The Before handling a poisonous snake Mr. t

'y Church, have recently moved to large crowd attended prayer Local Florida F. O. B. value of beans for the Allen first pins its head to the ground

i o the residence of L. A. Johns, In the meeting at the home of Mr. and Henry Shaw was attending to past season amounted to the impressive with a forked stick, making!! it comparatively
Mrs. L. L. Conner
southwestern part of town. Friday night. business In LaCrosse Saturday. total of $3,841,000.Although easy to grasp the sffrpent! by the
Lloyd Johns of Brooker
; Mrs. Jennie Roper of Mandarin I was the : J. W. Lewis was a business visi- it appears very simple to neck. d'
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A Is here this week. She was for- MUw Rhoda gelgler. c_. S'I tor Starke Friday. PV
merly a resident of our town and Sapp Sunday. Mrs. John Shaw and sons of LaCrosse e'la '
i Misses Alice and Elcle Edwardswere with Mr. Rhoden's father, W. C CLOSING OF \I.ULS!
are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
has many friends here who are delighted d
,, to see her. Mrs. S. W. Griffith of Miami Is visiting their sister Mrs. Tate Henry Shaw.G. Heilbronn Springs Rhoden.
7t y i y Mrs. W. R. Jackson who has rapidly recovering from an opera- Alvarez of Rising Monday. W. Rivers spent Wednesdayand I I Mrs. D. B. Forsyth was the guestof Train South
Mrs. Carrie Ml.. Thclma a......., Cor. No Post. 9:001{
Browning of Raiford Mrs. 11-Parcel :
been quite 111 for several weeks, has tion at the home of her parents Thursday In LaCrosse on busi Cora Jones Saturday after-
w many friends here who are delighted Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.S. was visiting her parents, Mr. and ness. N'0. 107'Letters, Special

to know that her health Is Im- W. Griffith of Miami was a Mrs. H. L. Edwards, Wednesday Eld. J. H. Kelly and A. Z. Pad- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Petty of Gulf: noon.Mrs.. Maggie Burton left last Delivery & Special : -

proving.Rev. visitor at home of Mr. and Mrs. morning.E. N. Anderson gett attended church at Pilgrim'sRest Hammock spent the week-end with : week for Jacksonville where she Handling s:50l-| I

F. M. Taylor, pastor of the A. L. Sullivan last weekend.Mr. filled his ap- Saturday and Sunday.Mr. her mother. Mrs. Bell Par.renter. will visit relatives and friend. North
filled his pointment at Union Church Satur and Mrs. H. H. Howard and No. 12 Parcel Post and ,
Graham Baptist Church and Mrs. George Hill announce W C. Rhoden Jr., left Sunday t
1 '1 regular appointment there last Saturday the arrival of a son on Fri day and Sunday Children spent Sunday in Fairbanks for Gulf Hammock where he will Misses Pencle and Ethel Davis Letters. _.. .. SOOf e
,' r'' and Sunday. day. October 13. There will be prayer meting at I with Mrs Lizzie Howard.L. spend a while with his brother.Lee and Edith Parmenter were visiting ,No. 108-Letters, Special
Hiram Wasden of Graham was a Miss Beatrice Alford was hostess the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodles O. and Johnnie Lewis, and Rhoden. Mrs. Cora Jones Friday.J. I Delivery & Special -

i visitor here the first of the week. to a group of young peopleat Friday night. October 20. Every George, Woodrow and Willie Prescott Jack Dixon and children attended C. Sapp and Lester Spondoltz Handling 5:50)F ,

Mrs. A. W. Easton and son, Al- her home Friday evening. Many body welcome to attend. attended church at Brooker Sunday School at Saxon Sun- attended church at Saxon Sunday Starke and Bell Brand ti
Sunday night. :Mail closes ____ _____ 1:001:
vin, of Orlando are the guests of -
night
games were enjoyed. At a late e
The day.Mae
longest-lived inmates of the ... UOe l
S Mail arrives-----------
c Mrs. Easton's mother, Mrs. H. F.Chesser. hour refreshments Rhoden wall
were served, everyone London zoo are to be found among The ichneumon Is a weasel- visiting Celia The friends of Cornellous Moore -

4 this week.. reporting an enjoyable eve- the parrots tortoise, reptiles and shaped animal of tropical countries and Mr.Leila and Thomas Mrs. Sunday. will be glad to learn be Is improving Italy has to import all the 1

ning. birds of prey. whose chief food Is crocodile eggs. and Freeman Rhoden and expecting him home in the she uses and most of the nut
daughter Agnes, spent Sunday.next few. days__ ,
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NEW RIVER rte; i MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET"a c

Miss III.... ..... C.r. By .JL F. Von.Zeltn


-j"Onily. j'1suz$

fi Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were MAIM 4TkzETA 11v, M01oI"H'\ GAT A NICE XDTM ""lbIte'. BATftlCte I MEEDrauusv I
"
? visiting friends and relatives at Aue'T .
..
L ADlN< IHEW9PAPEQ.' 4o 1C CAN9Tie3 A' UB'v
Baldwin Thursday. 'MAT I=QQ<5001>. Mqc:2NINI: (" MSWTER. MITT.Meaec CAM
M. L. John. was transacting >eGT ; BLED .
IftYCP1TOR PURCHASESMATtftlAL tou CUD use DGM 3I ..... y
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.i business) in Starke one day last 'b1 ONE OP VOUR CONVEN'tiONg' I PWONCKSRAPM RECORD MlNN La
week. 4; -'VEo i SAUCE MM Hmu HAHDLE et
Mrs Joe Moreland and childrenof 5 f' AnD4 COOK 6OZEV3

Jacksonville were visiting her
TODTf "tEOt5OH SMy/ .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. An- o },
'tHE BOY '
mvemoe..nADEEXTENSIVE / Z
drews, here during the week-end. '. PUOCHMC1OF : -v. >1rM 1U

;I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Berry and 'I. rttTEBIAL, : FOR U5C I ....,,
family of Lake Butler were visiting IN. MIS LATK5T mVErlltort.A5 : I ( vela.. Q1 y
relatives and friends here Sunday. A tUHS 4URROUNO4EtfKTY W''t Vii' e ch
J. C. Wynn and Chester Moody T. ,40MR.5t1mcS S I aMe
h attended the Starke-New Smyrna R : d d s AP OndartlNJUNK I I 1

football game In New Smyrna Sat HOMB.. I e
a urday. MAIN 1MIT 14 kEEH1AUT _
,
; D. L. Gatlln spent the week-end 'fl SEG MS LA1ft1' 111 "'""' / rehRJYN r,

in Chattahoochee with relatives.Mr. -CHILD6N111 CK.PAGE 9 o
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and Mrs. J. L. Johns and II IuuhiJIjnnhrumInIuTrnT
4 Miss Essie Sapp were business visitors d.Y
in Gainesville Tuesday. ws ism" F

c Mrs. D. W. Kelly and daughter, ,
r :Hiss Lode, were transacting business -ill -_- ,
flOiUj, :> 'tJ) -
1 i In Starke Wednesday. i-i
:'?+ Joe Moody was a business visitor fey GfiarlesMcMafllls 1

r Ita Starke Saturday.Jim Ho oU == '_
Thomaa and M. F. Wigginswere ...- ooa a a! H I tat

transacting business In Starke

Saturday. 0 EJ -1 .t
r a Carl Wynn who haa a position in

Georgia, spent the week-end at

1 I home with his family. er
: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott of .y t)
Brooker were vtaltlpg relatives

,r here Sunday.
?,, Misa Martha Groover who ta a F
:! i % member of the school faculty

a spent the week-end at her home in Do 6AN r

; Brooker.Mr. .
i Harmon Morgan principal DI

a ,. of the school spent the week-end i I) .
;' at his home In Hampton.A 1
revival meeting Is being held llule
at the New River Baptist Church. ,

Everyone Is cordially Invited to at-
tend the services. Pastors from

,r different churches are conducting jgJ

.t) the meeting.,
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[EDITORIALS- CURRICULARIS OUTLINED FORB. [ Can You Imagine ] r AUNT I l[ Elementary News ] TORNADOES DEFEAT NEW ARE SMYRNA BLOWING ELEVEN STRONG 13-6;, '.,


Best Interest ol H. S. FACULTY SASSYFRASSCOLUMN, '1 THEY PLAY LAKE CITY THERE TODAY !

toted to the A. El Wall getting up at 7:00 LOW THIRD GRADE

I 0B.YDFORD HIGH SCHOOL Interesting Duties To Be PursuedBy o'clock. L The Low Third Grade had chargeof Carter Return-Kickoff EightytwoYards LocalsVIJ1 -Face Strong Tiger ,I
Patrons and Alumnae, TeachersIn Our football boys In their new the chapel program Thursday.It The
Brudente For SpectacularScore Team And Hope For
red jerseys under the spotlights Aunt Sassyfrass Is a well known waa as follows: Best '

EDITORIAL STAFF the following list are the spe- (October 27)). authority on important questionsof Opening song-Sara Barefoot. u ',1

cial assignments for extra! curri- A handclap called a dance. the day. The following is a let- Reading "My Girl"--Julian Mc- Coach Larson's charges: took a In an effort to avenge the

,tty. Hoseed.__-Kdltor-ln-Chl< cula duties of the teachers of Brad- Louise Jackson being noisy. ter received by her from one of down to feats administered by Coach Y
ast. Editor-ln-Chle ford High School: Rae.Health long journey Saturday de)1)1
,.roth feoppA: The Seniors being dignified. Starke's debutantes. Food Song-Dorothy Lee er'a charges In the seasons
Jt John" _----Managing. Editor Mr. Leon A. Gray-Principal, Charles Pender making such a Starke, Florida. 'Johns, Mary Dixon Gloria Buford, New Smyrna and carved out a 13-6 Bradford's fighting Tornadoes :

mter KarleX-Asst. Manag- Editor Supervisor of Buses, Girls Basket- nice looking girl t Oct. 19, 1933. Katherine Klnlaw Clarice Thomas, victory over New Smyrna High for aim their big guns today at the ,

,1. Long Exchange Editor ball.Miss The> football boys winning the Dear Aunt Sassyfrasa: Sara Sewell, Comer Perryman their third straight win of the 1933 biggest obstacle in this season's l
Ex. Editor
"roth' sinrwlck. AMI. Isabelle FernandezReliefWork. first three games Last evening when my boy George Flynn, Richard Jackson. season. path that almost Invincible team,

.fach on._____Llt.rary Editor Robert Chapman being on time. friend called, he acted very formal ReJl.dlng-At Breakfast time, by Columbia High at Lake City. For I .f
L.e, | Snyder Aeat Literary Editor Mrs. D. P. Carpenter-Dean of All book reports handed In on and distant. Ho even forgot to Joe Andrews. Carter of the Tornadoes took the the second time in successive sea 'l

.ter !Sebneh1____..__Sport. Editor Girls. time. kiss me good night. Why is this? Tap Dance-Freddie Wimberly. opening kickoff of the game and I son's the Tornadoes will journey to II'
Lite PigB. -_ ABst- Sport Editor Mrs.: T. T. LongLibrarian.Mr. Virginia Alvares not smiling. Grade. the Columbia crew's home gridiron :j
My heart Is breaking so please an- Song, The Swing-Third scooted eighty-two yards along the
._ ,_.Society Editor C. A Larson-Coaching. touted ,'1
11 II Adkln. Martha Brownlee not giggling. swer at once. Reading Tomboy Barbara for the contest. The highly
the
I,? Godwin. .--_____.Jok Editor Mrs. T. J. Alderman-Sponsor Lois Adkins being in a hurry. Yours dejectedly, Snow. sidelines to greet opponentswith Tigers are still one of the biggestthreats l !
I Jr., A st. Joke Edltof High School Journal. a touchdown. After this how-
V Anderson Leslie Biggs talking fast. :MISS DISAPPOINTED. In these parts, although y t
Annie-
l.ter l Aastm0.atnment.Reporter Mrs. B. Perkins-Pictures, Projects Francis Cotton not hollering out. Starke Florida, Third Song Grade.Little Orphan ever, the Tornadoes did not con they dropped this season's opener '

I BrownU*_ otter and Junior High Morals. A. W. Anderson not bragging. Oct. 20, 1933. GRACE WAINWRIGHT, tinue their ownruah. The team was to the Gainesville Purple Hurri } !

I.rthft Primary and Elementary Miss Hazel Middleton-Dramat- S. R. Johns not interrupting the My dear Miss Disappointed: Teacher. slowed down a bit by several Inju- cane. However, they showed real f

ics Plays and Debates.Dramatics. shorthand class. If your best friends won't tell ries. The blocking was."ragged. In form In smothering Sanford High M !
Mrs; R. F.Demoreat
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FDay by day In every way the Music Kitty Hogsed being quiet. you, I will. The answer to your FOURTH GRADEWe the third quarter Edwards followeda last week. '{ : ;
Lool enrollment gets bigger and Mrs. Mabel Wall-Special Frank Inman not saying" Good question Is just, read the ads. Hop- who Is series of line plunges and off- Last season the Tigers completed 3 '
Assemblies. have goingto
Programs a new girl P '
,
morning. will benefit by suggestion second a string of over twenty successive !
Ing you my tackle slashes with the
for few weeks
be in our class a ,
bger'o of the i 1
Beatrice Miner ever knowing her I remain : victories against'some
[MOW Seniors. don't you cry. Jokes With The Joker lessons.B. Advisably yours, Gene Edwards of Lawtey.' marker strongest opposition in the state. ; :

|,u'll' get some more privileges AUNT SASSYFRASS. Mrs. Hart Is reading Green"Miss Hill"to MInerva As a whole the Tornado team Last season the Tigers found It a ; E : J

and by. John I. "I want to marry your II. S. STUDENTS DEFY If any of my readers have any and William was 'about on an even par with hard matter to crack the Tornado

--- daughter;sir." FLORIDA'S WET DECISION important questions they want answered us. New Smyrna. The Tornadoes line but unleashed a passing attack "

Luke City Game Her father: "Yes but did you just write to Aunt Sassy- We are studying about Eaqul- showed an improvement in their that the Tornadoes could not solve. ",

|We've got the best football team see my wife yet?" Defend Eighteenth Amendment In tram in care of the B. H. S. Journal meax: In our geography class passing attack and also In tackling, This season however, we have botha s.4

I, John: "Sure I did, but nevertheless Tuesday's! Election Jenny Henry was absent Friday. but the passing defense looked bad. strong offense and defense and 1 u ,
L everyagrees I prefer your daughter." We have started making Hallo- Although the Tornadoes were victorious have a mighty fine chance to turn' '

B don our Sunday-go-to-meetln' Albert Kruse observed his father Bradford HI students not want- GOOD PROGRAM we'en pictures. on the score board view- the tables on Columbia. Nothing r d a '

Ithes and attend the game Frl- milking a cow. Oh, Lord," he ex- ing to be left out of anything (as The class enjoys playing baseballat point it was not altogether a com- would please the Tornado followers

Jy and give the boys a hand. claimed, "Fa is draining Bessie's usual) also voted last Tuesday. PRESENTED BY recess each day. plete triumph for the team for better than a victory this time, and Nl r
---0-- crankcase. Even though all they did was write Our entire class looks forward to there is room for much needed Improvement if the Tornadoes. ever do conquerthe ::41- ;

Sire Work, Sophomores "wet" or "dry" on a Blip of paper, TENTH GRADE Friday's spelling lesson as we always before they mix with Columbia High Tigers it wUl be 5 ;

{ thoroughly enjoyed the A. W. A. "Why Is the tip of a they felt very important. They at have a spelling match then. the Columbia High Tigers at Lake out there at Lake City this after-

Jlendid Everyone chapel program given bye dog's tail like the heart of a tree?" least didn't have to go to all the Sophomore Show Real Talent On The class surprised Mrs. Hart City. noon.

Sopha" last Friday. So many Hugh: "Why Indeed old boy?" trouble in voting that the older High (School Stage last week with a fruit, nut and -

W.f "Ha! ha! That's voters had to contend with. candy shower. RETURN OF THOMAS MAYIn
nd have been givenis A. easy.Because Since last Friday was the
j programs Tuesday morning a pasteboardbox pro- Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., has been
year that It is a problem to they're both farthereat to"the verbial thirteenth most of us set [ I HEARD ]
was sent around high selected as our room mother.
H'ldc just which is the best. Let'sp from the bark, you know our teeth and resolved not to be a small house Just around the
school rooms and the result was FERAL JONES, Reporter.
| up the good work. surprised at anything but were corner lived on of the happiest
108 to 80 in favor of the "drys.
.. Harry: "What colors have you caught off our guard when the curtain FIFTH GRADE families I had ever known. There Our football boys defeated New '
So B. H. S. Is Now
dry we can
CongratulationsNotice in window blinds? I Am." arose for Miss Fernandez's We are glad to have Annie Mae were three children: Thomas, age Smyrna Saturday. Congratulations,
truly sing "How Dry
[ should be given to the Lillian: "Window blinds are all Tenth Grade home room chapel and Eva Belle back with us this eighteen; Mary, age twelve; Bob- we hope you continue to play as ti
shades, sir. Now Sophomores don't ble and the jolliest well as have in the last three +
football boys who attended GIVES B. II. S. TEACHERS program. week. They were absent several age seven: you Jl
tool last Friday. Even though : AFTERNOON RECEPTION get me wrong on this-I was refer- days last week. mother and father you ever seen. games.! It seems that our splendid a }

ff> had been given a holiday andre Lois A.: "Are" you fond of Indoor ._- ring to the unexpectedly fine en- We are enjoying studying musicas You never saw this family with a coach: anJ the number of veteran l ,
sports? tertainment us-not the their faces. players', as well as the new play-
not required to attend, the Last Wednesday afternoon the you gave we are learning to write the frown upon ,
Lois L.: "If they go home at a other extreme. And by unexpect- are producing the desired ef-
flowing boys were present: Nor- teachers of B. H. S. were entertained scales. Thomas had just finished high era t
ku Johns, Herbert Packham, ClIfd reasonable hour. with a lovely reception by the edly fine I don't intend to insinu- Each of us drew the flower we school and his father waS very fect. 'r't;

Hazen, Palmer Williams and Woman's Club.A ate that we underestimated your liked best and decorated our room proud of him. lIe was planning onhis Many of the high school girls
I Torode. Mr. Gray: "Are the full biting delightful program was ren dramatic talent-as, shucks! I'm with the d-awtngs. You should see years in college at which he have been digging into their cedar : '

-----a-- Paul 7"Paul dered. One of the numbers on the getting balled up worse all the them! would make grades that his father chests and bringing forth some of 1
: "If they are, they're bitIng time, and guess I must facilitate
Ince we have been giving confutations each other" program was presented by the Thursday morning the. Fifth could boast of. Thomas was goingto last year's creation's. More power I
point by presenting a black-
my
I don't think wed Bradford High School Girls Glee Grade pupils gave their teacher, get his M.D. degree, and his to you.

leave out those students Sumter: +"We-raise strawberriesas Club. They sang "By the Watersof and-white account of. the Sophe'theatrical Miss Eunice Perkins a shower of father hoped that some day be Lois Long has a new dress and 1
presentation.First
have returned to B. H. S. big as apples!I" Mlnnetonka" and "Moonlightand fruits, nuts and flowers. The fun would become the greatest surgeon is running Lula a close second As ,
we leaned :,back-or they
1 as the post-graduates and ex- Roses." of it was when Mary Stockwell told this state has ever had.I Bunnie R
Mrs. Hoffman: "What do you did (I had that backless seat up in soon as gets a new dress
|dents who had not finished.ey Mrs. Hart to call Miss Eunice out she will be with Lois and Lola 1
'put on them front)-and took In "Slick the was working at Lawyer Brown'soffice up ; !
indeed should be congratu- IIEALTII, TEMPERANCE of the room for a minute. Vernon for all three of them will have ), i hq
Sumter: "Cream and sugar. Salesman" a skit in which A. W. then, and I had to pass the an
ed I for their work, for it Is muchder AND SAFETY COMMITTEE Anderson was Slick and Lea Retta Cooper then said "Let's lock the May's house every morning. As operation and a new dress. Then )

after you have missed leVI Mrs. Long: "This Is the worst Jeffords represented Mae. Slick door. All agreed so the door was Mr. May had to be at his office the Mignon can say "You see 'em." ze
I years how about it? Moreer I' A home room committee was locked the pupils got out their hid- Miss Mian MlsaMadge
I've had. I did Myrtice Myrwln,
recitation Perhaps you'venoticed selected the psychological momentto same time as we usually #
to you! elected! in the Twelve-B room to den gifts put them on the teacher'sdesk and Miss Hazel went to + C
I've done most of ,it my present his vacuum cleaner to walked down town together. Always I ,
-o>- work on the problems of health, I and went back to their seats. Jacksonville
self. smile and Saturday.
Mae-when she was sweeping the be had a gay a. It
Dignity temperance, and safety The com- carpet. His next attempt at a You should have seen how sur- cheerful "Good morning" for me. The teachers are going to

rave or stately bearing, highk Teacher: "What part of an automobile mittee consists of: Lester Austin, sale was magazines with the usual prised Miss Eunice was when she I As I approached the house that Galenavllle Friday and Saturday.The 1

| distinction, excellent worthy kills the most people?" Pauline Priest and Louise Jackson:, "working my way through college"fad. came back and walked up to her 'morning I saw Mr. May walk onto pupils will have a holiday Friday

honorable are the qualities Henry: "The nut behind the chairman. Finally he grew desperateand desk!! She thanked us all and we the porch. I walked a little faster I know that this will make

Itch according to Webster deter- wheel." I resorted to perfumes and even began studying. but I was startled to find a look of everyone very unhappy. .
Ve dignity. Which Senior is go- THE COMEBACK poisons. This latter Mae agreed to ELIZABETH WELLS, Reporter. distress on his face Instead of the

; to win the title of being truly Old Lady (to boy with sling- I The students in the Bradford purchase-to take and end it all. SIXTH GRADE gay smile. I knew something Trying to keep a girl pleased Is ;t V t

ilfled-our most dignified Sen- shot): "That's a thing I could County High School are getting She explained that she was a prisoner Wa are making flour maps of was wrong and as Mr. May asked as futile as lathering a mirror and Y h

? We won't know until the next never do. Hit a harmless little .used to the,strange things around of desperadoes and pirates; Africa and the best ones will be me In, I entered the living room shaving the reflection.
|Uon of the B. H. S. Journal- bird." the school, the bearable or the unbearable -
she said that if be was discoveredhe'd put on the board. where Mrs. May was. Mr. May {
t everyone vote today for whom Lester: "I can't either." as you like It, post-grad be shot at sunrise to which We have a lot of new flower boxes related their sad story lie said Do you know what many boys 1

i really think deserves the title. uates. We could not say that they Slick replied that he didn't get up and plants. "All my plans for Thomas' education -I take up In school and college? No?

"Hooray hummed the mosquito. are unbearable, because the' greater that early. But he thought better We've made pumpkins as decorations my hopes for his future are I Well I'll tell you-SPACE. I '
as he bit the Prince of Wales. 'Atl88t part of them are turning out work of it and departed. Mae then call- I for Hallowe'en and will make all destroyed now, for Thomas left
that la beneficial and that alone la when he graduated from
I've got royal blood in my ed to her mother that she'd gottenrid more next week.R. home last night and said he was high
:OACH LARSON veins." an asset to any school. The follow- of another traveling salesman. E. Jones has been out of not going' to college. He had to schooLI
ing are those who are in pursuit of was sure this boy was Tom so
Following there were two solos school for about two weeks with mingle with all classes of people I
SAYS George A. (to Mrs. Carpenter: goodly knowledge: Ruth Stern- by Mrs. Gray, soprano, "The !tos- bad case of .sore eyes We are while he was working down at the I t entered a conversation with him, i
"We' raise a lot of chickens on our berg John Inman, Harry Tyson ary" and "Have You Ever Been glad to see him back. docks this summer, Some of the and at last, persuaded him to come 3* '
place. We fed 'em bran and saw Mina Manassa, Lela Dea Andrews, to the hotel and met my husband. I
with Mrs. Hoffman
Lonely ac JEAN DAVIS, Reporter boys made fun of hi mbecause he '
Iam' Lena Gordon Essie Sapp, Sara When we arrived at the hotel 'I let 9
very much disappointed dust but they didn't know the dif- companist. Miss Strickland's Room. was going to college We didn't s
F r the showing of my team ference; so now we feed 'em only Hope Haynes and Estelle Kendrick. Next was a unique dance by a think Thomas would take it se Thomas enter the room first In order 1 r

bloat New Smyrna Saturday. If sawdust Last week a hen laid a The Seniors are not only profit- chorus of Tenth Grade girls. We have a new picture for our riously but be did. to see if my husband recognized) ,

|Y continue this type of playing knot hole! We set a hen on fifteen Ingby the rigid discipline of the Another skit, "The Cuckoo Burglars room. It was given to us by Mar- him. As we walked In, my husband 4
Thomas had left to "hitchbike"his
|Lake City they will be unable to eggs, and when they hatched out, post-graduates but they are admir- ," with Olin Beaubourgh and garet Lowery. We like It very looked up from the newspaper and '
yetrate the strong Tiger line." all of 'em hatched, fourteen had ing with a critical eye the astound- Hugh Walters, was presented. The much as it Is a beautiful picture way to Chicago. He wanted to said with a look of surprise '"Why, y
ing ability of the P.-G.'a in and out see the Fair and then get a job In Hello, Thomas 1 Where did u
wooden legs and the other was a former represented Felix a "tough called "The Age of Innocence you
Q. and A./. woodpecker." of school. Leadership Is a benefitto guy" and Hugh played the part of painted by Reynolds.We give that city.him The the Mays had to offered the to come from?" Nf ,

How would you like us to any man's school. Elmer, a scientific thief. The contrast are making health posters, Fair if he would money see back The boy denied that that was his eq
(they Lake City today More next week, folks.A warn educational as well as and we hope we get the health ban only come name but my husband and I, both,
and go to college, but Thomas only
Fine. It would please everyy HONOR ROLL comical-especially when Elmer ner this time, as we are working were positive it was Thomas, and
DAY IN'MAY The following list of students laughed and said, "How do you he hadn't changed much In the j
What? Why, sure, even turned out to be an amateur policeman very hard for It. past
ich. who were on the Honor Roll for the I' making his first haul. We have a new pupil from Law- ever expect me to amount to" any.thing years. We were going to Jacksonville r 'E t

"Twas a bright, sunny dayIn first month were misplaced last "The dessert comes last," la the tey. Her name Is Mabla Bennett. banging around here? Florida, the next week on q ';

i. Why do the middle of May, week and failed to get in the pa- old saying and last It came-In a We are very glad to have her. I Several years later I obtained a business, so we decided to take
we have to to
*City to go As I lazily drifted downstream. per. : skit by Charles Pender and Joe Ed- JUNITA BAREFOOT, Reporter,, position In Chicago and was stayIng Thomas along. My husband soon
f e today? play We on their gridiron With nothing to do Seven B-Mary Harriett Bishop wards. Charles, In feminine attire Miss Jacobs' Room. In a hotel not very far from became a friend of the boy and t :

jr r. played there last In my little canoe- Robert Blair Lorraine Hartman walks In, primps a few minutes, where I worked. I thought about learned that he was Interested In '

I It certainly seemed like a dream! Geraldine Llllman, Ralph Debous then seats herself on a bench by a COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT the boy from home that had run traveling, but at the present time

'We suppose It's because It and Jewette Fogg. gentleman behind a newspaper. She This Is the fourth year of the away to work In Chicago so I was out of a job. It didn't take

'"'I be cheaper than to bring The grass was green Eleveth B-Jessie May Brannen, Is obviously In love with the readerof commercial department at Brad- thought I would look out for him. much persuasion to get the boy's

| gridiron way over here. As ever was seen Keefee Harrell Francis Heming- ( the newspaper) and sings "Mano' ford High School. It was first established Morning after morning I would ob- agreement to accompany us to the I, d

And flowers adorned either side. way, Carrie Strickland and Percy My Dreams" the object nonchalantly In 1930 and had a total serve the throng of working peopleon iouth.

-when o!What Is the best place to fall The sky was as blue Sullivan. nodding and continuing of thirty-seven pupils In all com- their way to.the factory but I We had wired the May to meet k tf

| tackled to avoid Injury As the bird's song was true; Twelfth B-Carrie Hutto, Helen reading. Finally be leaves the pa- mercial subjects combined. In 1931 never saw Thomas.In UII In Jacksonville, and when we arrived

ed By consulting any experl- These friends have nothing to bide! Prattler and Ruth Zeigler... per and aaks: "Did you say something the department consisted of fifty- a letter from Mr. Hay I waa there, they were waiting for t

they football player, you'll find When a fellow feels blue ?" and the maiden tumbles nine pupils. In 1932 170 pupils, Informed that' they had never us. As we walkel Into the lobby ,

I to will all tell you the best When your cares annoy you, From The"TICKETS backward with a scream. and in 1933 211 pupils enrolled at beard from Thomas since the nighthe of the hotel; Mrs. May recognized p
fen Is
on the ground. Here all your troubles are removed. TO ENGLISH CLASS" The gentleman was a "darkle." beginning of school thus showing packed his clothes and left her son. She was overjoyed. RunnIng a

Why Alone with the bees, My VIsIt To Mar This number received the encore a steady gain every year. home. Little Mary had been killed up to him she threw her arms ''
It 'are you so dumb? Thfl flowers the tre_ I just arrived home last night by a fascinated audience; 1032 1933 by an automobile and the family around his neck and cried, "Thomas l
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\Poe all runs hi the family, I A spot which can never be improved from my visit to the planet Marsin I A short pep meeting was called Pupils Pupils needed Thomas to bring cheer to my son, where have you been?" tt

were father and grand- ., my rocket. I have just been and a couple of numbers sung. Shorthand ___ 19 20Bookkeeping : the family once more. Thomas looked at her queerly 4
rr both dumb. I've al- added to the list of lunatics having Then out for the and then i{
*' MM week-end and the ___ 82 83 After a month of constant told her that he was tot
[ ra rather be deaf than ,You can go to the seashore tried this stunt. I started to first Saturday football game In B. Typing _____ 43 .7 searching, I gave up hopes of ever her son; and In spite of all explanations -

'That's not what I long for; ,school there but I found, that they H. S. history-at New Smyrna.P. Bus. Arltb..___ 83 88 finding Thomas. One day as I was he still denied his name

fE.! \IOR Yo ucan have all your fine yachts, have no debates in English. Realizing S.: We won the game. Ind. Gkog._____ 40 07 eating lunch at a restaurant, I no- was Thomas. We fairly draggtl

PRIVILEGES too. that I would quickly grow We are so glad to have so many ticed a boy standing over by the him into the doctor' office where>
ages Seniors have obtained three Just give me a day homesick I lit the fuse and pro- WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- poet-graduates attending Bradford counter I recognized him at once after an examination, It was found (
and are planning on oth- In the middle of May ceeded earthward. I hit the earth Lola didn't have a new -It the 'that the '
III the swaggersuit High this year. Mrs.'Hoffman reports was long-lost Thomas. I boy had received a blow 01
proper near future. They can On a stream, in my little canoe. last night and crashed the rocketto ? that they are making splen- went over to him and said, "Hello 'I the head and aa a result,-had lost ,

J 11' dignity: -Lester Schnell. Spoken English bits, receiving a slight headache. Mrs. Carpenter didn't have hay did grades in bookkeeping, short- Thomas," but he showed no signs its mind.

March town first at recess, Class. Pieces of the rocket were found In fever TChemistry hand and typing and hope they will of having recognized me. I An operation proved successful

?)l and, Chapel- the various parts of the world Including was a popular subject keep up the good work. The following He said "My name Is not Thomas I and In due time, Thomas reco i"
March out of is wonderful thing!! A United States where I ? nixed his
.'e chapel first Nature a are post-graduates: and I don't believe I've ever seen family. Thomas was P
the rest hok oa and per million years ago she didn't knowwe landed. I left my shadow halfway Shorty Harley didn't fuss In typ Leila Des Andrews, Mlna Ma- you before." 'elated over the wonders of surgery
applaUd). to wear spectacles, between here and Mars and am expecting lag and resolved
3' were going nassa, John Inman, Harry Tyson I looked to enter that proeaion. w
't Cots plus A she placed: our It to arrive soon rm gladto Kitty didn't for down at his hand and ba .
( on their report yet look at the way yell Prow at ,Estelle Kendrick, Hope Haynes, He entered college and ful. 4d ,
It was
they deserve It). ears! ,,, be back home.-Lester SchnelL football games? Ruth Sternberg, William Duncan. one wearing Mrs. a ring Identical to the ,filled his father's desire. -
I May had
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Starke Eastern Star Woman's Club Gives Few Women Realize What It fo1pW. ; i'j I

;Honors Grand Conductress Reception For Teachers
Can Do For Complexion
T Monday ,evening: the Starke The Woman's Club of Stark ;

Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, held the first regular business Beauty. /

held their regular meeting at the meeting of the 1933-34 club yeai ) i

:Masonic Hall, which was very, and the annual reception to the Or LUCILLE FIELDS

beautifully decorated with fall faculty of Bradford County High Counselor National Beauty Inititutt )
flowers attractively arranged In School at the club house on the

? floor baskets. afternoon of October 11. \ GOOD face powder has Inflnlte- .. ;: :

i i Designated aa "Delia Green" The president. Mrs. W. E. Mid- ../\_ ly more to give than a simple" ta
guarantee against "shine
of this beautiful dleton, graciously presidedover
night In honor very How much real beauty ot akIn '$$4
: character of the Eastern Star the business meeting. lies In that box

world, who helped to organize this After the Flag Salute, regular of powder only : r 'tJ it '

.' chapter in 1926, and who with her routine work was taken up. Misses "' you who know a ,' $ <
j
I\ husband have recently moved from Isabel Fernandez and Lena Belle\ thoroughly good I II tt
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A Waldo to Tampa to reside, she wall Shepherd were unanimously elect- powder can de ,' j .'

given a handkerchief shower. ed to membership in the club. cide.For
all the
In behalf of the music committee ; 7
t After a brief business session a hundreds andhund1'811s r > ,

social hour was enjoyed at which Mrs. George H. Lowery, in a of ,

i time a short program was given. very pleasant manner, outlined the : thousands of dollars -i

:Miss Anita Courtmanch, violinist splendid musical program plannedfor 7 we women # ,

accompanied by Mrs. F. H. Long, the year. r: 'P spend annually

,, k rendered two beautiful numbers, The president announced that the L on face powderwe f&44 ?

and Miss Ruby Kilpatrick gave two club would sponsor an Hallowe'en simply are
Luelilt Ffoldi well. In.
interesting readings. Mrs. Leon A. party in the club house on the evening not -" -
formed on what kind of powder
Gray, soloist, accompanied by her of Tuesday, October 31. should and should not be used. We .

sister, Mrs. Hal Hoffman, sang two At the conclusion of the business choose our breakfast foods with a ir
.,,' numbers. session, the meting was given over good deal more study of package ; ,, ;1 i 4 4Lk I

: Little Betty Hayes, daughter of to Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins, chairman of content and reliability of the manu- : L < .\,

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, worthy the school committee, who had facturer than we do some of the > I d

patron and worthy matron of the charge of the program and the reception things we put on our faces. We do 'i I --
not fully realize what the right face '
for the teachers. :
'I:1: Starke lodge, dressed In a pale blue powder can and will do for us in the '
Mrs. II. B. Me London, chairmanof .
'
organdie dress, presented the handkerchiefs way of complexion beauty.I _
music, arranged for the musical
to the grand conductress
want women to get out of the ?h.tgph, Ctnmiti n V.l
y' in a smill cedar chest, and to Mrs. program as follows: habit of thinking buying or using
: Green's husband, Ben P Green, "Counting Daisy Petals" given face powder in terms of "shine" removal THAT 'In addition to serving as psrhap the first reminder to do your
by :Miss Ruby Kilpatrick. .. hopping early. the above photograph also
with proves that
was also presented a lovely gift, only. I thoroughly agree \11
"By the Waters of Mlnnetonka" King George V of England had not been born to the throne, he
'I Kathryn Innlstall, beaut. counsel of might
who each expresaed their appreciation Karen Morley finishing touches on her make-up preparatory to have developed Into a wood carver of fine ability.. When he ,
jr to the chapter for these gifts and "Moonlight and Roses, by the the Melba Charm School, that this Is puts : as a sub-lieutenant In the British Navy In 1883 King was serVing

,. ; A salad course with Iced tea was Glen! Club of Bradford County High an outmoded casse way of looking departing for a party thla Yuletide greetIng a wall In Antigua British Welt George Indies executed of
: School, accompanied by Mrs. E. I at this romarkable beauty aid. The
v assisted course nowlt'spreserved aa a relic.
served by the committee poor color components, for you won't brownish color. Tile good powje:
shine removal should for
be taken ------ -
Inman and Audrey Biggs. get it. holds its transparent tone and II
Vonda
by :MIsses DICIITOIIS CREDITORS to, and all
TO AND indebt4TT'it
persons
L granted and >
r ; complexion Improvement I
The speaker for the afternoon fine of texture. Also its color purltj
Benefits ,
: Carlisle. demanded with AppearanceYou ) K-tttco IK hereby (given that all Extate are required tc POI ..me
the Waldo was L. F. Chapman, superintendent a powder pur. Is so true there are none of the em creditor distributees and all persons I forthwith to the undersigned tdrnln.
'j Several visitors from chase. texture and know that there the
Better-appearing are on
having! claims against the Eatate of l tralrlx.
-i4 barrassments of muddy off-col01
of the State Farm. He
'. chapter were present and a number gave a very color of skIn I More of youth's market today what may be aptly tones the Interior J. J... Fraiee, deceased are hereby required This the 28th day if Pont. 1133.
quality prod I1C
/ timely address on the National Relief You have to present the same duly authenticated FRAZEE ::
the these IJELCIIEL
of glamour termed '
c. 4' of friends not members Association.The may "bootleg" cosmetics synthetic produces. Some of the inferior Qual! to the County Judge of 9-29J9t Wltllt
f chapter. pictorial advantages with, a good preparations, cheaply thrown ity powders show a tinge of browi Tiradford County, Florida at his office
hostesses, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, powder manufacturer's compli together that should never be usedIf or gray or even green, which may explain In the court house In Starke
Mrs. O. L. Mrs. B. Jacobs ments. They're exactly what he within one year from date hereof or
: Beasley, have for
:Miss Daisy Tompkins you any regard the to Borne of you why your fact this notice will be held In bar there-
and Mrs. Glen Searing served delicious wants you to have. And morel The beauty of your skin. never seemed to look clean aftet:
i ,' Weds Mr. Smiley sandwiches and iced tea for feeling of security that what "you Certain powders usually with a* powdering.
following announcement, use on that precious! face of ,
The yours
starch
certain
refreshments. base on type skins Anyway; ;you see that there II OVIR;
taken from Friday's issue of the aa often as you apply powder Is going encourage enlarged-pore difficulties. WDRIEl
to face
more a powder than a trlcl >
'! Florida Times-Union, will be of Interest Eula Aniece Green to benefit, not mar its appear- The powder In contact with moist or box and a cent. Badly chosen. I'' NERVES[ .

to Starke friends: ance. ofly- skin reacts like a rag leaked may be a veritable Pandora's box
Centering the Interest of theirmany Celebrates BirthdayEula So. ask no less of your powder! In water. It swells and tends to en- Well chosen a magto one, offerlni,

%, friends was the marriage of Aniece (PeeWee) Green en. Ask It of a rood face powder! Don't large the pores. The action of oil la gifts of skin clarity, finer texture
: expect it of a powder compounded contact with
certain
powders of youth and glamour to the complexion.
:Miss Daisy Kathleen Tompkins tertained a number of her little I. ot cheap Ingredients, coarse-texture, cheap makeup shows them turned a ,. More than 6IJ)%
( daughter of Mrs. William Thomas friends Saturday afternoon from choice Havana filler.plua .
v
,, Louis Smiley 3:30: to 0:30: o'clock at the home of
Tompkins, and Carlton Christian Endeavor Presbyterian Auxiliary GREAT GKAND-DAD '. -'" other choice la.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. .... _t d-dad when the land
,,1, Meets At ManseThe Meets Tuesday AfternoonThe 'c :;r: ported tobacco....t
Harold Smiley, which was solemnized Green, on North Walnut Street. was young .. taste and aroma found

f at 6:00: o'clock Wednesday The occasion was her fifth birth- young ladles of the Christian Ladles Auxiliary of the Barred his door with a wagon only In h ghcr priced

$1 "evening, October 11, in the home f day anniversary. Endeavor Society met at the Presbyterian Church met at the tongue cigar.that's
: JOHN
4 the bride, 1915: Boulevard. f Baskets of pink coral vine were Manse Monday afternoon at 4:00: home of Mrs. H. H. Young Tuesday The times were rough and the wilderness RUSKIN standard of

The Rev. W. I. Sanders, pastor used as decoration on the beauti- o'clock. afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, with Mrs. i mocked 4' value.

of the Grace Baptist Church per- ful lawn where the children played During a brief business sessiona Young and Mrs. Carl Jackson as i And he said his prayers with his ':

formed the ceremony In the spacious games until 5:00: o'clock, when the goal was set for the winter hostesses. I I shotgun cocked; : Don't be milled If

living room, which was effec= little hostess, who wore a pretty I months' work and reports from the The missionary leader, Mrs. He was a citizen tough and grim, ".' -' old time bnndi

lively'decora with bamboo, fern, pink crepe frock and ribbons, cutler committee chairmen were given. Young, opened the meting with the Danger was like "duck soup to him. r4 "marked down to

roses and carnations. birthday cake, which was white Miss Helen Mersereau, a delegate gong, "Blessed Be the Tie That His great-grandson now falls asleep -" 5c."JOHN RUSKIN

!' .: Mrs. E. H. Hambrick played an with five pink candles. Pink and 'o the district Christian Endeavor Binds." Mrs. C. F, Ward read apart And fears no harm from the dark- ia the ."/> cigar giving

,' appropriate program of music ,on white ice cream was served. Convention held In Gainesville, in the Year Book of Prayer. ness deep IfP TO ytJffif MM: to WO't1c- Ifc you full 1933 value

the piano before the ceremon/: anil Tiny dolls dressed in pink and Friday Saturday and Sunday. gave Mrs. G. W. Kenly gave an interest- For great-grand-daddy fought and very nerve ak hltfh tendon. !' for your S cent
the "Bridal Chorus" trim "Loiiene blue were used as favors for the an interesting report of thin con- ing discussion on National Missions won No wonder yon na> at t1M wife "Si- .

4' .. grin" was played as the prOc s- girls and whistles for the boys. vention. Plans were also made fora using as her subject, "From And tamed the land for his great- nd Watch bark *t the out chUdztm.! Orerwwksdnerre '. ,' Try a Jew todaj.
e Miss Alvarez Misa Mar- Hallowe'en Alasklan Fields." You will enjoy rnti
pg slonal.i Virginia party to be given Sat- grandson. may lead to 1.epI.se.
In tile: Hemingway, Miss Lena Belle urday night, October 28. Fifteen members enjoyed the : puff.
The bride was given marriage I Great grand-dad was a busy man. maw, Nervous Ucadaehe t"," Nexsa.oni '. ,
by her brother, William E. Tomp- Sheppard, and Mrs. R. S. Johns assisted During the social hour J-Trn.' G. II. meeting. and during the social hour ,. He cooked his grub In a frying pan, Indigestion and a boot of "

: I kins, and had as her maid-of-honor, Mrs. Green In entertaining Lowry served light refreshments. the hostesses served' a delicious He picked his teeth with a hunting ether unpleasant dtetarbanei.x ( Sre The

I her sister, Miss Inez Tompkins the little guests. Those invited: salad course. knife, Why don't you try Dr. Mile*? .', .a Bands

Ir.\Smiley had as his best man, :Mary eBth Knight, Jean Dobrow Legion Auxiliary EntertainsThe And wore the same suit all his life. Effervescent Hervm Tablet? _,r T1 TArs
J The University Iowa plans for Just one in a half glass ot % .g Redeemable
Monteith Freeman
Margaret RegIster
( Harrow E. -
Morgan. He ate cornbread
and bacon fat
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Jones-Langford-Whlte Unit. seventy-three countlela and more water make a pleasant, spark
The maid-of-honor wore a frock Louise Sterna, Billy Blakely,
But
No. 56, of the Auxiliary of the than 100 cities and towns of the great-grandson would starveon ttng drink dellgbtfaBy soothing
of chiffon trimmed in blue LeEtta Corpening George Flynn,
? pink American held state. that. to overstaffed: nerv.
Legion their first
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and completing her costume was a Betty Sewell Sarah Sewell, Bev- Dr. Mflesj' Nervine fa nawsiade
I ::; blue velvet turban and her flowers erly Parks, Lyle Anderson Bobby meeting of the season with a get- Great grand-dad was gaunt with IB two forms-Liquid and

It were pink brlerweir. Blgga. Eno Hayes Betty Hayes, together meeting Friday eveningat toilGrimed Effervescent Tablet. Both hare

The bride was gowned in white Buddy Andrews, Gloria Buford the Legion Hall. SUNDAY DINNERSUGGE.STIONS and, seame'd with the sun the same soothing effect.

4 : falle silk, fashioned princess style; June Hall, Jack Hall B. C. Holtz- The Auxiliary rooms where the and soil $1.00 at year drug store

and her veil of tulle was caught to endorf. Hazel Fields, Junior White, guests were entertained were beautifully But great-grandson Is fat and

,s her hair with A wreath of orange Mary Sue McGill of Lake Butler flowers. decorated with seasonal By ANN PAQB clean

blossoms. Her flowers were an arm Colette Carolyn and Betty Green, And rides to-work in a limousine.
Misses Estelle Kendrick and Leila of the less known member of
: ; bouquet of lilies of the valley. Leon Gray. Jr., and Frances Alder ONE Twenty-five children came to bless tI.J
Dea Andrews, accompanied by melon family Is the boneydew I.LawCr Mf&.c:....)4kal.
Mrs. Tompkins, mother of the man. Great grand-dad's home In the wilderness !
Mrs. H. C. Brown a with Us cool, green flesh. It U always GAINESVILLE CANDY CO.
bride, wdre. grey crepe; frimmtd In sang very sweet when ripe and thla year the
blue, and a corsage of Killarney P.-T. A. Met Wednesday, clever number, "A Good Man Is great majority of honeydewi are vln.- Laugh at the statement,'if you can',' ,Gainesville, Flaw Distributor_
Hard to Find." Mrs. Tal C. Young ripened and so especially delicious.
?. :r r acs. Meeting Well Attended But great grand-dad was a busy
vice-president of District No.2 They are also moderate In price. On
"C Mrs. Smiley, mother of the bridegroom Wednesday afternoon, at the Lake melon will serve from four to eight man.Twentyfive.
I _ wore a model of brown school auditorium, the Parent- City, gave an Inspiring address person according to lzo.. children, and they FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur
_ Teacher on the Auxiliary work In the Of the accompaniment which add
tier Association
crepe, with tan accessories and held a well at- grew Years Us to Render
Many Experience Makes Possible for
state and praised Starke Unit No. *o much to the ordinary meal, chill
'" : _ _' flowers were also Killarney roses, tended meeting with the president 56 for the splendid work accom- sauce and olive are particularly appetizing Stout and tall on the bacon, too; EFFICIENT, rilOMPT; and COURTEOUS SERVICE I
1 Following the ceremony, a reception Mrs. L. F. Smith presiding.The ; In summer. Use chili auce Slept on the floor with the dogs MODERATE PRICES I
pUshed. President of Starke Auxiliary with cold and
was held for the bridal party meeting was opened'with cuts or Jollied a a salad. cats
_ and wedding guests and later, :Mr, the son, "America, the Beautiful," :Mrs. Vonda Inman, was presented Peaches are even more plentiful And shopped the woods for the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
a gift of $2.00 for the great than they were a week ago. If you STARKE, FLORIDA _
', .. and Mrs. Smiley left for a wedding and the Lord's Prayer was repeated wish to coonskin hats.
est In peel them quickly, pour boll-
_ _' trip. The bride wore a suit of I In concert. Mrs. N. D. Wain- gain membership, and Mrs. Ing water over them for Just a minute. Freud was a mystery, so was jazz,
',., brown wool crepe and a brown and I Wright's grade sang two motion Inman in return presented It to the The Quaker Maid Kitchen auggeit Or giving their parents a scornfulrazz.

; white blouse. Her hat and accesories 'songs entitled "The Swing," by local unit and graciously thanked three timely and practical menu for .

'f _ ,, were also' In brown. ;; Fields, and "Little Orphan Annie," Mrs. Young. this Sunday's dinner.! If they got fresh with great granddad
_ _' On their return to the cItyMa:!" by Rlley. Mrs. Jess Davis of Gainesville, Low Coit Oilmen aMEDICAL a

and Mri. Smiley will live at 2344: A. J. Thomas gave a talk on the state chairman of World War Or- Boiled Smoked Shoulder He tanned their hides with a hickory
phans, an address what Creamed Potatoes Buttered CabK, -
Oak Street. *J* Red Cross Roll Call. Mr. Thomas gave on gad.

t, The bride was graduated from announced that the local Exchange the Auxiliary is doing for war orphans Whipped Bread Cheriy and Butter Gelatin'a He raised them rough but he raised

) the Starke High School and Is a Club had promised to give ten dollars and Mra. Katherine Smithof or Coffee Milk them well.
_ ADVICE
member of the Eulalle Haaa Dancing a month to help 'furnish a Arcadia past president, gave a Median Cost Dinner And if they took hold of the ways

w k School. She Is the sponsor for noonday lunch for under-nourished talk on the national convention. .toat Lamb :Mashed Potatoes of hell,

i _ ': the Young Hikers Club of this children attending thIs school. Mrs. Neva H. Marqus of Arcadia, Buttered Summer Squash He filled them full of the fear of

1" lty. *T Principal L. A. Gray favored the president of K Unit No. 11, gave a Mint JellyRoll God If you' want to e- I IS

_ Mr. Smiley attended Southeastern audience with an address on the brief talk on local work. Congressman and Butter And flailed their comfortable
R. A. Green addressed the audience leel Watermelon or Honeydew pants with an old keep the bowel action regular and I IS
tt subject,
University and Is an activemember "Opportunity Through Ed- Source (hot or Iced) Milk ramrod.
_ of the Grace Baptist ucation." After a discussion; on on national affairs. Other They grew strong of heart and make constipated spells! as rare as colds I
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Church. the subject of school finances, the speakers Included Joe Roberta Tal '. Very Special Dinner strong of hand, avoid danger of bowel strainuse I n
_ Stuffed
: C. Young and E. A. 'Wright of Egg and Olive Appetizer
secretary was instructed to write tried Chicken The firm foundation of land.
our
_________, Woman's Club Sponsoring '', to Governor Sholtz asking that a Lake City. and A. J. Thomas Snap Bee Currant Boiled Jelly Rice Twenty-five boys-but his great a liquid laxativeThe

:Music Study Club u' part of the gasoline tax be diverted The Stark Auxiliary was Invited Rr ul Butter grandsonTo --
to put on a at the Veterans Peach Ice (Cu: .ny Angel Cake briDldi"
A music study club will be to the public schools of the state. program save his life can't Can constipation be ? l la laxative will
overcome
_________ sponsored Hospital at Lake City the Coffee (hot or Iced) Milk manage onet right liquid no
Reports were heard from the "Year say medical "Yesl" with J'
by the Woman's Club for the Kinchen Council In Ft. Meade men. perfect movement "
coming winter season. various chairmen of committees third Sunday in November, and NOTICH OF FINAL: P1IOOP Leader. declare thousands who have fol! comfort at the time, or afttf1l"lIJ'
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___' Misses Eatelle Kendrick and Leila D.'t..... Of The Interior lowed their advice and know.
', and Mrs. A. W. Anderson may
: The music committee of the club gave an C ..vral Land Offlo* You are not to The wrong cathartic' l kS
,, especially good financial Dea Andrews and Mrs. H. C. At W.. ... apt cure your long as you
has called a meeting for next Monday report.A kliitoii. D. V. IS. 183.1 constipation with salts you constipated as
pills and
Brown accepted invitations from Notice l. hereby .lv.n that John
_ blooming plant was given STOP ATVIOLA'S tablets on using itl
evening October 23, at the as a D. Mathewe. of Stark or any habit-forming ca tlrI
'' e home of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Bigg prize to the grade having the largest the Auxiliary to put on this pro on March t*. 1)19, maJe Seo. "i8bR. thartic. But you can overcome this In buying any laxati /rtlll
at vjhlcb. time the attendance of patrons present. gram.A S.. homeateail entry. No. 011883, condition just by gentle regulation! label. JIlt contains adoubtIuldflll.don't
club
;ic will be know
or- Qalneivllle ,
buffet aerie for the W% NW>4, with suitable don t
chicken
dinner a
with liquid laxative. II
: __________ ganized. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright's grade was HE(4( NWU.' \ Section 2. Township l S 5. Dr. take it. you II. T1))
? the fortunate winner. cake and coffee was served. Han ire 23 B.. Tal. Meridian, has riie4notice l CatdwelFi/ Syrup Pepsin has what is in it, don't chance SyN
_ _" Any mepber of the club that ill) of intention to make three For the average ptrton1* bowel just a* contents of Dr.: Caldwell's| )
interested in music Is" invited M.t -- CARD OF THANKS year Proof, to establish claim to the Good Sandwiches regular aa clockwork in a few wetkf Pepsin' l is stated plainly I.
Baptist W.
', Join. land above described before A. J. time. herbs, pure fey
Following brief fresh
a business 'iue/ regular business and We in Thomas, Clerk oC the Circuit Court, and label
pro-
: session the study of the history of co-operate thanking our Starke.! Florida, on the 17th day ol active sennA' .
i music gram meeting of the Woman'a Mis- frIends for their loving kindness to October, 1113.Claimant ICE COLD BEER Why Hospitals usea tells .
will be :
started with djsi taste ySJ.tf.lpepsin
a Its
1 sionary Society of the Baptist us during the Illness and death of name, a. wltnesne A. Ask For Our Price liquid laxativeThe very A ,
cus ion of the !5.' Htrlckland. of on CasesAdJeialeg is wholesome.
romantic classic and Starke. Florida
___ ___ i Church will meet Monday afternoon our daughter and slater ; dose of action. -
; ( modern period, by Mrs. H. B. Mc- Addle Fred Saaaee. of Starke.Florida fhel- a liquid laxative can be taste, and delightful g
Lendon at the church at 3:00: o'clock. I Silcox. We especially thank Dr. ton Starling, of Starke' Florida Henry Sinclair Service Station measured. The action can be con- Safe for expectant -
,Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mr*. Urlffls. of Btarke. Florida, .
trolled. It
All forms
members urged to be present EX L. Biggs and Dr. W E. Middlo- no habit; nerd mothers and children.Lrug,4tomhaveit.readY
: E. z... Biggs. IX K. PARROTT. W..r. To. G.t To.. 1au cad not take a "double dose''a' ,1i!
I Acting Assistant day or
ton. The Commissioner .Aee..rI.a ,,"
Family. U-.tju.. two later. Wilt not irritate I..ldlll'/II"/ fur Woe in big bottles. .

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1 M.r. and Mrs. Paul Macey have Icy Lake spent Thursday night !
returned to their bore In Orlando with Miss Lucille Fluramcr., I
after a several weeks' visit here BROOKERMUa RISING NAT SEZ {
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: Truman Ford of Marianna is via :

Bits of with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman iting his slater, Mr. R. A. Griffls Vera Cntncr,'Cor. Mr. n. lit III.."... Cor.
at their home on Call Street. L M {
here this week. .. M M M..er
---- It eems' that we Starke folks
L. C. Clark business visi-
was a are
Miss Evelyn Stump, who IsI ; Brooker I'-T. A. Mwt I We thankful for the much are getting a chance to do moraebxTutlng
tor to Jacksonville
local 'Nev student at the Woman's College in Friday. The regularmonthly! meting of needed rain that fell in this sec i this year than we've dona

Tallahassee is expected home this I I Mrs C. R. Shuford of Jacksonville the Brooker P.-T. A. was held at tlon. In ,a long: time. ; '

afternoon for a week-end visit with' spent the.week-end here with the Brooker Junior High School Eld. C. A. Crosby and II. H. The B. H. S. i t+l

Concerning Our People, Business and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. her family. building last Thursday afternoon, Lewis attended the association at Tornadoes have ,'

Stump. Miss Mary Lee Wynn of Hamp- October 12. The president, Mrs. Pine Grove Church in Alachua won three
Progress of the County and Town. ton and A. Packett of St. Augus T C. Hazen presided over the straight games i

Miss Alderman, Instructor tine were visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. meeting. Mrs. Leola Roberts and County last Wednesday. and haven't lost i R

in piano at the Florida State Col. R. Carradine Friday evening.Mrs. Mrs. Edna Prevatt were elected asa Mrs H M. McRae and children a one so far, )' I
t
1 lege for Women In Tallahassee, R. R. Thede was shoppingin program committee for the P.-T. and Vance Keen were visiting relatives that's a darn ''

s. Kelly of Brooker was a Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crosby o t spent the week-end here with her Jacksonville Thursday after- A. Mrs. Leola Robert room won and friends at Sanderson good record to f

|tor here Monday. Jacksonville were in Starke Friday parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Al- noon.C. the attendance banner. The next Sunday.Mr. start off with., sf l
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Im derman. B. Bennett was a buslnes meeting wUI be held the second and Mrs. H. H. Thomas and The old Red and

L93 iris Brown of Brooker was bath visitor to Jacksonville Friday. Thursday In November. All patrons children visited relatives In Hell- Black la really M f t ,

Ultor' here Wednesday after- Mrs L. A. Davis Mrs. J.: M. Miss Debbie Phillips,* who 1 Is are asked to bo present. bronn section Sunday.Mr. putting out the tgoods
Mrs. W. M. Edwards and daughters Brownlee and Mrs J. E. Wilson teaching school at Maxwell, pent and Mrs E. J. McRae of this year.

n. Misses!! Lois and Louise Ed- were In Gainesville Wednesday at the week-end here with her par- Ixwalw Waldo were visiting relatives here They lost so many games during '

llru G. B. Colson of Brooker wastlsitor wards, spent Friday in Jackson tending the annual convention of ents.Mr. Mrs. H. B. Crosby and children last week. the past year or so that a lot of DD !
here Wednesday after- ville. the United Daughters of the Con- and Mrs. G. W Roberts, Mr. spent the week-end in Fairfield as Freeman Crosby of Woodlawn us folks were beginning to think ,f

federacy. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs H. J. Jer- was In this section Monday.Mr. they should be renamed the B.11.3. r'
n. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and
Paul Knight of the University o f Mrs. V. R. Reddish spent Sundayat negan. Zephyrs, but If the keep up like
iir J. E. Wilson were Florida was here Wednesday visit Mr. and'Mrs.. George C. White Crystal River. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Webb were son, Fred, attended the associationat they started out this year I'm in "
and Mrs. and J.M. Lee, state comptroller, of Rev. and Mrs. K. D. Boyer of attending to business In Starke Pine Grove Wednesday. .
f Tallahassee the first of the ing his parents. Col. and Mrs. D. E favor'of changing it to the B U.S. }
Knight.Mr. Tallahassee were guests Thursday Ocala were visiting their daughter, Tuesday. Cyclones. .
lokpir.
night of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mrs. W. F. Moore, here Friday. H. P. Gainey and son, Everette, NEW BUS SCHEDUI-tlE '
Anderson. Mrs. White remainedover Mrs. L. M. Tatum and daughter were transacting business In Jack I haven't a doubt but that lots of I
and Mrs. Everett E. Burney and Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned for a week-end visit, but this of DeLand were visiting relatives sonville Monday.L. North Bonud South Bound you .folks who read this ad have 4 ,

iLawtey were visitors here SatE Monday afternoon from Oveldo, morning Mr. Lee ,and !dr. White here Friday and Saturday. A. Brown and J. M. Mott were 4:18: A. M...___..__ 9:34: A. M. never seen a football game, but let a

,\\y where they visited Mr. and Mrs. L went to Orlando to attend the J. C. Prevatt was a visitor to I attending to business In Starke 1:69: P. M________12:04 P. M. II mo tell you you don't know what j'

E. Jordan. State Bankers Convention. Jacksonville Saturday. Monday. I 4:59: P. M._______ 8:19 P. M. you're missing. When the horn vt

silcox has returned homer Mrs. Charles Wellington of LaGrange H. B. Crosby, J. B. and Francis: 9:19: P. M _____- 2:04: A. :M. team comes off tho field victorious + i

[ spending the summer in Call- Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesville John Redgrave and Tommy Williams 111, is visiting her cousin, Russ motored to East Lake Saturday It's a thrill, folks and worth the

fcila. was in Starke the first of the III attended the Tennessee- Mrs. A. A. Smith, here this week. nigh They were accompaniedhome price of admission.

week visiting her parents, Mr. and Duke football game in Durham, N. Mr. and Mrs C. Y. Mayo of Tamps by Mrs. Vance Russ who had RITZ THEATRE' I Of course, to get the utmost enjoyment .

r Hazen and H. P. Gainey of Mrs. A. M. Darby. C., Saturday afternoon and that were the weekenlguests\ of been spending some time there as out of a game you girl r''r$ !

Lkei, were business visitors here evening saw the Florida-North relatives here. guest of her son and daughter-in- STARKE FLORIDA have to dress up so that you feel

Indny, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Knight of Carolina game in Raleigh. While B. C. Wainwright, who is attend l law, Mr. and Mrs. Livingston Rusa. spectators are looking at you d'the j i

I IB Jacksonville were guests Sunday of in Raleigh they saw Billy Graham Ing the University of Florida at A large crowd from here attended M\TINBEHuntlnir. half of the time Instead of at the F'

and G. B. Col- :Mrs. W. G Halle. Mrs. Knight is and they report Billy looking fine Gainesville, spent the week-en the Brooker-Iismpton basketball "NiKnrilnr. MoBMlnt.' Ilt.tO WrilnrwUaj('. M. players-but that's not hard to do,

Plnholster visitors here Mrs. Halle's niece. and recovering rapidly from his recent here at his home. game at Hampton Friday. >.Iir.. T''"< )f Brooker were operation. Dr. J. H. Carradine had the mis- Services were held at the Bap- In'N II.\", Ittlit I*. M. this store.

I'irdnyJlr Mrs. Johnny Batsden and children fortune to fall and fracture his hip tist church Sunday by the pastor, PROGRAMOCTOBEK
Friends of Miss Mabel Weller, a lo'rldayevenlng. Rev C. E. McQauley. Special For One Week Only t(;
of Lake this IJar
[ and Mrs.visitors J. M. to Music Starke of week of her father-in-law City are guests, W. W former resident of Starke will regret D. W. Moore was a business Visitor Mr. and :Mrs. J. II, Mott and chll- OCTOBER 20 MUNhlNCW HOSE-A Dol-
oker were to learn of the sudden to dren Value 700
Baiaden, and family. deathof Jacksonville Friday.C. attended church services at FRIDAY SATURDAY 4 {
urdllY. her mother, Mrs. E. S. Weller, Darley and O. J. Phillips were Long Bridge Sunday. NOIHIV FALL HATS ;

at their home in Emelenton, Pa., business visitors to Jacksonville John Plnholster of Tampa spent "HELL BELOW"Itobert lllack, Drown nail Blue !
[ rs. H. C. Wimberly of High- Miss Ruth LI Hard of Bronson last Thursday. Mrs. Weller had Friday afternoon.Mr. Sunday here with his mother Mrs. Montgomery $1.40 and f 1.95

t was a visitor here Monday I. was a week-end guest of Misses visited her daughter here at theJ. and Mrs. L. H. Hill and Miss A. J. Pinholater. Jimmy Durante, Walter HustonMadgo FALL FOOTWEAR

moon Pauline and Thelma Priest at their M. Truby home on several occasions Enza Blanchard were visitors to Evans, Robert Voting Pump and Ties, Suede or Ilh4.we
home on Call Street.N. and made many friends Jacksonville Saturday. Wives of certain negro tribes and $1.05 upFALL aw'I, l ,

siss Ellen Wiggins of Keystone here who will regret to learn of her Miss Flora Connley spent the dance a battle dance during war "I'OI>E\'E; THE SAILOR" DRESSES 3 r! r
jghts was visiting friends in G. Dennis of Fort White Is death. week-end visiting her parents at times to Insure courage to their In ;
Sizes from 16 to 41
ke Friday. spending this week In Starke with I Green Cove Springs. husbands "I Yam What I Yam" 'iJ.O

his son-in-law and daughter Mr Mr, and Mrs. Paul M. Moore ot
Clayton Strickland and Edmund and Mrs. E. C. Priest. Jacksonville were here Sunday. r- SUNDAY MONDAY .MEN'S WORK SHOE SPECIAL* : t
tis were business visitors to Or- A Peters Shoe I
Y
LAWTEY Miss Eunice Whitehead, Miss Lucille After The DanceAnd WILL ROGERS"DOCTOR .
Thursday. $ .73
po Mrs Taylor Belcher has returned Plummer and Mrs. H. M. Sny- I..
to her home in New York after O. J. Phillips, Oor. der were visitors to Jacksonvlll At Intermission SWEATERS for Men and Women i ,
BULL"With i
[irs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. Saturday.Mrs. *.lAp ,
spending six weeks here with her I

penter were visitors to Jack- aunt, Mrs. E. E. Canova. T. J. Terry, Mrs. H. B. Ar- STOP AT HALL'S LADIES FALL COATS, all Blze 4h.,.! }
tile Saturday. Methodist Revival wood MARIAN NIXON
and Miss Bessie
Terry at- $0.05 up ,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters Beginning Sunday October 22 tended the New River Associationat (Near Seaboard Station) Also AYou'll
Buy Satisfaction! When You
ira. W. J. Epperson Jr., of the NEWS AND BETTY BOOPTUESiAY
the Methodist Church will
Juanita and Sara the Lawtey Pine Grove Church '
spent Thursday. Buy Peters' Shoe 'i
|te Farm was visiting friends For Chili
week-end in Sanderson with Mr. conduct a revival. Gospel music Miss Ruth Rowe is visiting rela- Shrimp 11'EDNESllAY"CAVALCADE" t
IT PAYS TO SHOP AT
Wednesday. and Mrs.. W. F. Barefoot will be an Important feature of the tives in Jacksonville this week.

meetings. Besides the welltrainedlocal The senior class of the B.. Y. Mad<
P.
kr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsom and choir there will be WUh' a east ,,f S.MMH 40 Featured
,
singers U. entertained STERNBERG'S
|ren of Jacksonville were vlsl- Misses Hazel and Madge Middle- at the home of Mr. Delicious Barbecue P/....r., Inc'liitllniv
ton Mrs. W. E. Mlddloton and Mrs. from Jacksonville, Corinth and and Mrs. H. B. Arwood Friday eve- Dlnntt Wynjard and CHve Brook ;
|to Starke Sunday. W. H. Smith. of Sampson spent Starke. The pastor, Rev. F. W. ning with a weiner roast. Starke Florida
.
Saturday in Jacksonville. Sessions, will conduct the preaching I ,
R. A. Newsom Fri-, -
spent -
pa 1 In with her mission\ and discuss such :Magdalena Bay, although the W'-U 1.-J _- U _A Ii1IIII _
Lawtey ,
parents
The"CUTIE" a dainty little portrait themes as:: "The Forgiveness of finest harbor between Panama and f
I and Mrs. J.. A. Howe.
I' 3 for 7Sc.: A'wonderful little Sins" "The Doom of Evil," "The Golden Gates is a lonelyand<1 empty

and Mrs. Charles-Imbach photo, wonderfully low In price. Awakening Soul," "Taming the spot. t .
ft Hoover Bros. Studio. Tongue, or the Gospel and Gossip,"
_
e visitors to Green Cove Tip Top Grocery.D01MII.Aa
"Unpardonable Sin, "Why Must I

[ngs Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. C Priest spent Monday in Be Born Again?" "It Is Up to You, WHY NOT AVE
or the of "
Tragedy Inaction "The
Jacksonville visiting her sister,
title Miss Jean Edwards of BEST
?
Wages of Bin-Death, "The Good
"ktey week-end of Mrs. W. B. Hollingsworth, who is
was a guest
jaunt, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. a patient at St. Luke's Hospital.Mr themes Man Outside of special the Interest.Church." and All new, modern equipment. '-e / STARKE, FLORIDA '

The is We are prepared to serve.
frs. O. L. Beasley is enjoying ain and Mrs. J. R. Townsend of The aeries public urged with to attend. Our service is liner, our II
begins
a holy communion -
t Tampa with her parents, Lake Butler were guests Sunday service Sunday morningand price Is lower.BOREE Specials Friday Saturday, Oct. 20 21 ; .
I and Mrs. A. C. Durden.. of their son-in-law and daughter ?
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Strickland.Mrs. each night at 7.30:: o'clock till & GIDDENS ,;S

Irs. N. Sternberg has returnede October. 29. A revival without offerings. FUNERAL DIRECTOR JERSEY LILY BEST IRISHPOTATOES BEST YELLOWBUTTER 4 "

from a several weeks' stay W. H. Nollman and daughter Phone R-nn04 Amealnne..enle.JACIoNVILLE. *

i relatives in New York City. : Katherine, who have been visIting Personals- FLA. I ONIONS

Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, returned Stark, Fin, nranch. .'N>.. Depot
lisa Eva Saturday to thelrome In Sebring. I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dinkins of I
Rigdon Is enjoying a Pound __.22c 4 Pounds lOc
.
Jacksonville ,
it in Atlanta, Ga., with her visited relatives here 51bs 13c lOlbs_25c .
her Mrs. W. L. Andrews and little Sunday.. I
| and sister-in-law, Mr.. and The Spooky The
Arthur Rigdon. Miss Rigdon son spent several days last weekIn Mrs. R. V, Reddish and Miss Ab- Peppy BEST WHITE WHOLE GRAINBACON

I also visit Miss Pauline Fletch- Lake City with her brother-in- ale Harley were visiting at the HALLOWE'EN DANCE j ICEBERG .

i Macon before returning home. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. State Farm Friday. ?
WHERE? LEGION IIALL RICE
Chastain. Mr and Mrs. Henry Dunn of UIIEN FRIDAY NIGHT, LETTUCE a

ENT A YOBCOLUMN Mr. and Mrs.. E.. L. Mlddleton. here Jacksonville Saturday,were;; visiting relatives OCTOIIHH 27thponnornl Pound. __ 7cMILK Head 5 Pounds __ ,20cCOCOA ti

I and. Mrs.. Mae Jones of .Jacksonville hy She inirrlrnn I.e. Large .. __ .. ,5c
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom of aloe and Aaxllliirr of .t..rke. j
: were In Starke Sunday afternoon
Jooil mania
and
I Starke were visiting Mr. and :lira. a mood time for
visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. J. A. Howe here Sunday. all.... j jPrl. I I MAXWELL HOUSE M
Middleton.Mrs. E'j will he awarded for Uentleman t
SALE-New ---- B. M. Schleffler of Lake City and Indr with ..... ...... 1 Pound Can._ 10c .w

Pa truck; long wheel Chevrolet base; dual 1- S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. was day a business visitor here Mon turn and WITH manked.DANCE .US TONIGHT Tall Can ______6c COFFEE

els; large rims and 32x6 tires. Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and
Miss Callie Strickland< of Kings CFIUIJA V. 2oik) Small can 3 for lOc TRIPE
than i Mrs. J. E. Wilson
one month old and less spent Tuesday in Pound
___ _.2.c
1,000 miles. Carries new Gainesville as guests of Mrs. Addison No.2Can.15c

k guarantee. Starke Stave Pounds.Dr. POSTCORNFLAKES TOASTIES .
,
Starke, Fla.
10-6-tf GOOD HEAVY
and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand 'OCTAGON
t SALE-J35, Brand new auto Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent the For Extra-Fast
2
pier: will carry boat, lumber, week-end in Marianna with Dr. Packages 15e BROOM Soap or Powder 1'
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|ent and bed; strong, safe, Ideal McLendon's mother, Mrs. T. R. '1.

Camping.. Also auto trunk,, $8. McLendon. BAKER'SCOCONUT Each 35c 10 for .25e
Leon -- -
] A. Gray, at school, or In- ; {

f e at K. &: M. Service Station. George H. Keller of Flint, Mich., Relieft

92tp.S en route to Miami, was a guest the .SNOWDRIFT No. 2 Size

first of the week of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
FOR

|I uf tho corn sostwick and SALE-or half Fla. cash.will 10-20-tf G.trade R. son. H.Street.Lord at their home on Madi- Demand And Get 2 Oz. .___ _5c FLOUR LAMP SHADES L,


: 24Ibs90c 12 Iba A9c Each -- -. .. _6c
D-Oats
Rye, Onion seed and Mrs. Vonda Inman and Miss SUGAR

la, Garden Peas, and a variety Gladys Williams were in Ocala GENUINE '

imali seeds; also syrup and lard Thursday afternoon attending the 5P Pounds N. l CAN
.25cMATCHES Flour
at Whlte's Store. 3t]10620P regular meeting of the Poinsettia Lye Hominy

I Woodmen Circle.. 24 Apple Sauce
Pounds.95c \
SALE BAYER
-23,000 Missionary\ I F AVEfR Tomato 5
rniwberry 1 Plants, aU for $10.00. Mr and Mrs. Laurie Edwards I Soup
C
J. Green. Blackeye Peas rhY
and small daughter, Fredrlka of
Clabber
ASPIRINBecause Girl 2 for 15c
>SALE-Missionary Strawber- Jacksonville spent the past week at 2 Packages _._ 15c Pork & Deans ;
*Plants, by bed KIngsley Lake at Mr. and Mrs. W.
or by the thou-
f. These H. Strain's cottage. I
plants are grown on of uniqua la ROYAL FRUITJELIT1NE" 3 FOR
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round and from fresh nur- proceu LARD Pot. Meat
P itock. I have the Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Muller manufacture Genuine Bayer Aapir-
and
[need to raise plants have returned to their home in in Tablet are made to disintegrate does not harm the heart. So if you

f next season. some See berries for Summit, N..J., after a week's visit -or diuolve-INSTANTLY you want QUICK and SAFE relief.. 3 Lbs 23c : tOe ,

,Your **Pec' d me or write here with Mrs. Muller's parents, take them. Thus they start to work that you get the real Bayer article. I . SardiStarchnes
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acreage, we can Inttanltu. Start "taking hold" of For 25c
A. J. G3 TFFIS. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Searing. Always look for the Bayer cross on ?
8-18t even a severe headache; neuralgia every tablet illustrated, SALT
FEDERAL neuritis or rheumatic pain a few above, and for I CORN BEEF
LAND BANK Isoffering Mrs. W. T. Tompkins spent sev- ASK
w minutes after taking.. ABOUT
some attractive eral days last week In Jacksonville GENUINE BAYER Can 15c
e II and terrvj on farms in and while there attended the marriage ADd they provide SAFE reli f ASPIRIN on"" 25 FREEAUTOMOBILES -- n 0e K Soap or Pow. ;

tit Florida. Writ or see Au- I of her daughter Miss Daisy for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN or package.CINUINJ ____ 5 for IQc
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I_. A -, BREAK FOR FISIIERMENTALLAHASSEEThere 'I COTTON CHOP ....

I Hints To Housewives la no ORLANDO ,P,,.,,. IfGq>l:1:R
t I .law prohibiting the use of artificial Ida cotton for the non or I1or.
light in catching fish, Attorney : present
Is estimated at :rt(, .. ,,,
SECTIONConducted I Weekly from Home Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWSNews General Cary D. Landis has ad- pounds gross wet tin, blile. <50o
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Specialist, Ta1lahaMee vised George' W. Davis, state conservation with 17,000 bales COIDPtI'lld
commissioner. The law r";nod from
I
crop of 1932. Octuh, *!
by Demonstration Agents BUYING MEATSIt of Florida !in Short Paragraphs which prohibits use of artificial is estimated at sea 1 co lIdlUlj(

Is well for the buyer to know light In catching game birds and cent compared with atvseven
the nature of the various cuts of animals does not Include fish in Its cent in 1932 fortY.four Pie

: : _--_ _-_ _- _-_ meat, the proportion of lean, fat, definitions, the attorney general pounds per acre and yield at l it9!!
rt bone, waste and general characteristics said. seventy-eight pounds yearegg0\ :

Farmers To Be Paid of good and poor quality MILLION DOLLAR FIRE RESTRICT TRAVEL BUREAUS a
PAY TilE BANKTALLAHASSEE
RURAL I meat. An expensive cut does not PENSACOLA-FIre, originatingIn MIAMI-Miami has a new city TAMPANS h
For Reducing 1934 mean a more nutritious and better! .' the yards of the Wels-Patterson ordinance prohibiting all travel bureaus -An order that TAMPA OLD t'\R.\D

COMMON SENSEBy flavored one, providing the meat I II Lumber Company, raged for four which are not the representative all persons or firms who received here In a two-hour Thousands( IDal'CbeJ

',: i SPUDS JOHNSON Cotton Production properly cooked. A tender and hours here and did damage esti- of a certified common carrier money from closed banks for services NRA last Friday.professional parade for !b!
By
; of meat U 'a or merchandise must make arrangements SchoOl
well-flavored piece mated by company officials at and Imposing license fees on those chll@ ,
I I GAINESVILLE The definite good color, fine grain, well marbled $1,200.000 before being brought un- bureaus which will be permitted to : to pay any money they ers and business men, Indu8lrlaJ 1\10ri\ ,
Private John Allent, famous schedule of rental payments for with white fat, thin connective tissue der control\ I operate. The new city laws goes may owe the banks was sent out ed along a employees nunpn .
thirty years ago as a Congressman and has some bone that la Thursday by Comptroller J. M. Lee. twentY-fivE' block
land left out of cotton In 1934 has into effect in thirty days. between fOIJlt
;, from Mississippi, was making a been announced by Secretary Wallace porous in nature. JOBLESS TRANSIENTS I "In the past," Lee said, "there have : schools had massed rowds'
In Congress In an effort to HUNT TAMPA TREASURE been cases attorneys Insur-I a special ate
speech of where section
h the TALLAHASSEE State
o' and plans for handling Low Cost Cuts the children \
3" have a fish hatchery started at Tu TAMPA-A group of Tampansare ance agents, and even liquidators singing 8.8 they
1934 cotton reduction work In Beef-Rump roast, chuck roiustsoup Florida baa approximately 14,299 ed and Diartb.
pelo.. "There are millions of little" Florida are being completed by the I meat, plate, neck, flank, stew, unemployed transients, according seeking the pirate gold Gaaparllla themselves, drawing fees or commissions Floridians carried banners Urrtnr
i'l' fish there Just walling to be born, I Is supposed to have cached from the bank have fail- to "pay your
f+ Agricultural Extension Service. boiling meat, ground meat liver, to a census taken by the State taxes first." achool
u he said In a burst of oratory for The schedule of rental] payments heart, kidneys. Emergency Relief Administration.A somewhere within the city. They ed to pay what they owed the
F which he was noted. I have entered into an agreementwith bank."
; to co-operating farmers in 1034 fresh butts, total of 443 are under eighteen TO PRO'DUCE
Pork-Loin, spare-
"y I $ With the "late lamented" depression as announced in a communicationto years old, 1,663 are between eighteen city officials to turn one- DOQ FooD
salt pork, ham HOLLYWOOD-
ribs bacon ASYLUM OVERCROWDED
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numbers of lessons squares fourth of their find to the muni- The
a d there are Director Wilmon Newell fromC. and twenty-five, and 1,019 are Run Rol
hocks, bacon ends, pig's feet, sausage TALLAHASSEE Canning Plant ,
Extreme .
just waiting to be learned and, A. Cobb, chief of the cotton sec- over forty-five. cipal treasury if and when they locate canners rf all klMs
all remembered.One liver, heart. the treasure. Their crowding In the Florida State Hospital of vegetables, are
,r' ; most Important of tion of the Agricultural Adjust- pirate entering a new
Lamb and Mutton-Leg, chops, for the Insane, with branch of the
of the most important of ment Administration, ranges from PRICE OF $6 AN ACRE identity was kept a secret. resultingfire canning industry A
shoulder, breast of mutton, stew and disease hazards.has special dog food will
: { these Is thrift. Americans In general $3 to $11 per acre, based on productivity TALLAHASSEE-A price of $6 caus- be canned&lid
1 breast liver heart of lamb. 611 DEATHS BY AUTOS placed
ed the
Governor Dave Sholtz to signan on market
; have been noted for extravagance of the land. Following Is an acre has been set by the trustees 111
if4 t Veal-Shoulder breast, shanks, TAMPA Five hundred and tlon with
,
and recklessness. When this executive order that no more out-of-state product
rjl the schedule: Land yielding approximately "of the Internal ImprovementFund
ra stew. eleven deaths were caused by automobile white women patients will be ad Machinery now ,
country was first nettled, our ancestors 79: to 125: pounds of on 70,000 acres of Broward being InstallediIj Ei Facts About; Meat accidents In Florida dur- witted The order concurred In enable the plant tr,
l found a land "flowing with lint per acre, $3; 150 to 200 pounds, County land which they were askedto by produce Wto
milk and honey" and we have been $5: ; 225: to 300 pounds, $7; 325: to 400( Meat helps to build and repair : sell for a nominal figure to a ing 1932, according to figures recently the Board of Commissioners of pounds of dog food dally FlorJda

}j.. < enjoying the benefits of it ever pounds, $9; 400 pounds and muscles and body tissues.. private corporation, yet unformed, released by the Departmentof State Institutions. came after W... beef cattle will be utilised u ,
t fat meats,
Meats.eapecially supply Commerce. These figures showa C. Thomas meat for the
hospital new
since. But we have used the fruitsof over, $11. for development into a farm colony superintendent, product
the body with energy and heaL slight Improvement over 1931, reported 1,056 white -
this land of plenty and enjoyed and women now
9 ,r its blessings often without regard A. P. Spencer, vice-director of Lean meats, especially liver, kid- tion. agricultural experiment sta- when 554: fatalities were recorded, are housed In buildings with nor- FLORIDA MUsT SPEXD

M ''w14 for the future and sometimes with the Agricultural Extension Service neys, etc., help to keep the blood In and considerably better than In mal capacity of 751 persons. TALLAHASSEE
4 and leader of Florida's county rmmeaatt
good condition. 1930, when 591 deaths occurred.
: s detriment to ourselves. We have action
r agents, says that plans for hand- Beef, pork, and lamb's liver are $80,000 ROBBER CAUGHT NEW AIR SCHEDULEJACKSONVILLEH. was urged In an effort to
,
r r squandered both natural and acquired ling the reduction In 1934 MIAMI BEACH Information PLAN F iMcOInNYTALLAHASSEE stimulate the spending of
program
} equal to calf's liver In their health A. Elliottof money
resources. are practically complete. The planIs promoting> properties and they are accidentally picked up in a Wash- : Preliminary New York, vice-president and allocated to Florida by the Federal!
!lt During the last three years we to have county reduction asso- low in prlce.-Anna Ington, D. C., speakeasy has led to plans> for a gigantic Everglades general manager of Eastern Air' Public Works Administration,, In i

w bave been forced to think much of ciations organized, and each farmer the arrest of James Melville Williams farm colonization and agricultural Transport Inc., haa announced here telegram from Secretary Icket to

our lack of thrift, we have had who signs an agreement to cooperate Crop 35, in connection with the experiment project, embracing 70- that beginning October 15: his Governor Sholtz. It was shorn
$, thrift Winter company -
i forced upon us. We have had member of $80,000 armed that Florida has an
will become a robbery of the Ang 000 acres of land In Broward County would Inaugurate allotment a
to take stock of ourselves and our the association in his county. In Pecan Orchards lets Hotel here February 4, Detective have been revealed before the lug service between Miami a new and fly- 55,321,834: and has completed a total
i conditions, and study to see where- of
The amount of the acreage reduction Sergeant Eugene Bryant saidthis trustees of the State Internal Im- New York and Chicago. The seventeen projects totalling

1 character" for Florida Is to be an- Proving Their Worth week. Williams denied participation provement Fund. The trustees service, he said, will have a twelve-new $1,723,000. It is understood UK,

nounced later, but Secretary Wal- In the robbery, but confessed were asked to surrender control of hour schedule between Miami Governor will urge immediate at-

91n thrift, and if these lessons will stay lace sometime ago announced that GAINESVILLE Winter cover authorities said that he passedfor the land to a private corporation, New York, and about eleven hours and tion.
7 with us, we shall bo the better as
the total In the United collateral S--
acreage on loans bonds which yet to be formed, which would seeka
particularly legumes, have between Jacksonville and
; a result of the rude awakening crops Chicago, By adding artificial
Included dyes to
States In 1934 will be limited to were in the loot taken loan of $6,500,000 from the Federal It their
proven their worth in an experiment being approximately two hours
which the depression gave us. from food, it Is said to be
t 25,000,000 acres, a reduction of seventeen guest deposit boxes Public Works possible to
Administration
: Thrift of does not mean in a pecan orchard in Jeffer- and forty-five minutes between rear chickens with
money more than 15,000,000: acres. in the hotel safe. wonderfully ml
I to finance the
son County, according to G. H. project here and Miami.
i that we atop spending-It means Mr. Cobb says that $71,000,000 ,ored plumage.
f that we spend more wisely and get In checks have been mailed to cot- Blackmon, pecan culturlst with the

more of the things we need when ton growers who co-operated in the experiment station. They have
_ we need them. Often It is more reduction plan In 1933. caused an Increase In tree growth

thrifty to "buy now" than It la to I and foliage production. The soil
postpone purchases.Also I seema to be In a much better mechanical i
Ask Peanut To
Buyers
we are learning to be thrif- condition as a result of the

ty with time, the stuff of which Pay More To Growers cover cropping. They have resUlted ... ..r. i.:
life Is made, with our health and In Increased production of nuts,

I our energies, with our) farms and but due to unfavorable weather Get Your
soila, with our great natural resources Peanut cleaners and shelters conditions and to Insect attacks, all

,'w' and advantages, with all have been requested by George N. yields have been low. Records for {

,( +' things which make life more worthwhile. Peek, administrator of the Agricul- .his year are not available yet, but I

1 We are even becoming more tural Adjustment Act, to Increase apparently yields on the cover crop Ii i
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t, thrifty with our leisure time, and prices to growers by substantial plots will be significantly higher.
putting it to better use. amounts over those now prevailing.On Austrian peas and hairy vetch

i The good Scotch habit of thrift No. 1 Spanish peanuts, they have proved to be of about equal

'' bas been forced upon us by conditions. have been asked to pay the growers I Value as cover crops In this test Egg Crate 'La bels

e If :we do not forget too $60 a ton. Oats, a non-legume, have not shown J
V ? readily and continue the practice, Mr Peek is asking peanut clean- up a great deal better than no COYer -
II and ahellers to farmers i
ers pay $60 crops.
+ our character will be Improved. a
result, and we will be better able per ton for No. 1 Spanish peanuts The experiment was started in ,

'II to cope with emergencies in the as compared with a recent price of 1928 In an orchard set to pecan
future $40 a ton, this advanced price to trees In 1908. The test trees are of

t a a go Into effect immediately and to the Frotacher and Stuart varieties. J /'. '. .

Florida Truck remain in effect pending the com- Each year except 1928 and 1932 ." I"" ",, .c. I,..u,, ... '...j; "'.';
Crops ii
pletion of .a formal marketing the entire orchard received an ap- .:!; >;

,, : Reported To Be Fair agreement. Spanish peanuts are placation of a fertilizer mixture
beginning to be marketed heavilyin containing eight per cent phospho-

the southeastern area and thla rio acid and four per cent potash,
Florida's fall truck crops are In"fair" i Increase in price will represent an broadcast at the rate of 680 poundsper Under the new Florida Egg Classification -
condition, but moat sections :
Increased Income for Georgia, Ala- acre at the time the winter ,
'i of the state could use rain, according -
bama and Florida farmers of almost cover crops: were planted. Since ,
,: 1 to the Federal Crop Bureau report four million dollars as com- 1930 half of the trees in each plot

r released l.a t-week. pared with what they would have have received an additional application Law it is unlawful to offer for sale

I a, The crop expert found growers received from prices prevailing of splphat of ammonia at
over the state planting! cabbage, The cleaners
previously. peanut the rate of twenty pounds per tree
celery, lettuce, berries, with most and ahellera are also requested to broadcast over the soil during Mayor
r of the fall crops of beans, eggplant, pay $95 per ton for No. 1 Farmers' June. It has given increased at wholesale or retail any case of eggs

peppers and tomatoes already In Stock Runners and comparable yields In the face of adverse conditions -

the ground. prices for other varieties and and wit ha favorable year

The acreage planted to truck grades. f6r yields It Is believed It will.show without
crops remains about the same as The Agricultural Adjustment well. \ clearly imprinting thereon or

laat year, with the possibility of a Administration and the Reconstruction The winter cover crops of vetch
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small Increase.
Finance Corporation are Austrian peas are planted during
The statistician reported the Investigating the possibilities of a October November each
a or early securely pasting thereto
label
condition of Individual crops aa follows plan which would permit peanut year a on

: growers to borrow against peanuts .
Snap Beans-About 12,500 acres stored In bonded warehouses pend
Fla. Bulb Growers
o planted and more by middle November ing sale of their stock.In which shall be printed the and

Of this acreage, approxi- his letter to the shelters, Mr. Harvest More Than name
+ mately 10,000 had been planted to Peek said the Administration "rec-

October 1. Following the September ognizes that permanent improve- 87 Million Narcissi

storm, which drowned out ment in the peanut Industry must ". address of the packer and the classification i-

much planted acreage, sections of take Into account the problem of GAINESVILLE-There were 87,-
the state other than the muck sec limiting production to market de- 16,000 narcissus bulbs harvestedIn

tion increased their plantings. mand" and informed them that a Florida during the season just '
to which
Cabbage-Due to loss of plantsin program for adjusting production I closed according to reportS from : the eggs belong.

September, very little early cab- and supplies marketed in 1934 la J. C. Goodwin, nursery Inspectorwith ,: ; ."
s, bage had been set by October 1, being formulated.The i the State Plant Board. .

and acreage for December harvest situation of the peanut Though the total production for

will be small. Present plans for i growers has been made acute by the state was considerably less

': { winter and spring crop In state Indicate : the recent sharp decline in prices, than last year, the average per

heavy increase In most sec which has occurred despite the fact grower was 877,000 bulb comparedwith Place Your
Order
ti. tions. that the year's crop la of only mod. 637,000 last year. There are NOW '
ry I Celery-Early indication of total size and is little .
erate there
very I 100 growers In the state at present ,, '
,
Acreage shows slight decrease In carryover. ,.., .r
the inspection records snow- .
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Manatee and Sarasota Counties :; >: The decrease In total production .' -,
and possibly ten per cent cut In VOCALISTS IN TROUBLE !. hla year Mr. Goodwin attributed .,C F-;
Seminole. ST. PETERSBURG "Who's *& > \ ," r .
to make a profit on them. *i : *
1 CUcumbers-Some Increase over Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf?' Inspection and certification of /: *. With :

s last year's 1,600 acres with Lee and chanted four early morning vocalist narcissus bulbs la maintained by ,

Hardee Counties being the largest on a Central Avenue green the plant board that shipmentsmay -

producers. bench here recently. Officer Ferne be made from Florida In conjllance *

Eggplant-Small Increase In fall Wolfe pounding his beat a block > with the narcissus quarantine -

acreage. Picking should start latter away,considered the refrain shockIngly of the Federal Bureau of Plant

part of this month.l.etucet disrespectful and called the Quarantine, and to prevent the introduction -

j' and Escarolo-Present station wagon. The quartet denied or spread of major bulb

plans of growers are for less acrea meaning anything .personal and esta within the state. Bradford

of ,lettuce, escarole and romaine i was released. The principal bulb growing areasIn County

A for planting this year. I the state are around Jacksonville .
Peppera-Fall acreage Is set and NO TRANSPORTATION Doctor's Inlet. Green Cove

j Is about the same at last year- TALLAHASSEE-County school Springs, Penny Farms and Day- ...
y boards not allowed to
1,400 acres. are spend tona Beach.
t Tomatoes-The for transportation of ath a
fall crop will be money .
14
a' r abort Recent heavy rains in Dade letic teams when they make tripsto A little Italian rye graaa sownon

1, r'', County practically destroyed the other schools, Attorney General the lawn about the middle of ,
4 ; Plneland crop. Acreage averages Cary D. Landls has ruled. "The October) will provide a nice green *t' > Telegraph -
around 1,700 over state. board of public Instruction can lawn all winter. : ;
.
e only spend money In transporting .

California claims jurisdiction pupils to and from school" he said The baobab a native of tropical

over all Pacific waters lying within In a letter to James W, Phillips of Africa .la one of the largest tree
py 'r+ three English mile of her coast. Hawthorne. I mown.
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.v. OCTOBER BBADFOKO COtTNTT TKUEOKAPn. ST-UUUB. FLORIDA un_ __ .
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!vorable to unfavorable dividend actions "Everlasting fire" occurs but I Soviet Russia's "Young Pioneers" NOTICE) OF

by American companies II twice in the Bible and "Everlast I are a copy of the Boy Scouts.I'o'ru'w AFPI.ICATIOV Notice In hereby. roil given TAX, DFED. H

l.Economic Highlights JI JIPIIII. sharply Increased. Two-thirds of ; ing punishment" but once. : Smith, hol.r of Tax Certificate No.
218, of July, A. D. 1980,
all changes in August were favor I i TO nnHTOIl' AM: h"l filed nald certificate In m office

>PVBlnK Tlmt Afft th* : The United Stated supplied more CKttlMTOHSNolle and made application for,tax
.., ItlvMrnd ChorkB; ...t TuxIIIIU able.Copper -* In hereby irlvtn that all iln.Mt to IBBUC ihareon In. aooordanoa
of Hvrrr. I. ll..ld..l-N.- -Producers and smelters i products to Greece last year than p ronH havlnn: olalmM or damand. with law. aald embrace
flonal .. IntpraatiDMl Irobl MInerpurabl said to be HKnlnnt. tho Hatata of Orovxr. C. ..rUt".t. ..
1 In
< reaching agreement on did other the follo-irlng
T-fword ii lm p nnto my fed. M_ > light unto my pith. Pules 119:105. from Loral Welfar. code. any country. Rw..at, d..r."ed.. to fllff th..lr claim. Bradford County Florida, to-wlt:
In th office t of B. 1C. Ferryman.County
NKVl of Sea. 9, Tp. 7 B., It. 11 IS., containing
Jucl In th Court Iloui* of
The JtnrlwUha la still used In
AH relftfoua teaching, doctrine The Federal haa 140 Acre*
government Bradford County, Florida, within
iU0nJ0H airJIUfl: creed.it they are to have any a planned and aggressive More than a third of all the population Singapore, along with the rubber .la-he calendar month* from tho data The aiement of aald prop.rt"

ha love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony of Central,America live in tired motors. of the tint publication of tltta notice. under ald certificate wan ,
> for credit expansion.: The And tho.* tniUbtod to the ...- the nanrt of The National Bank of
.rhimiof Jeau the ChrUt whose words fit Into every fold and Guatamala. .. Petersburg, .
tat are r la pay
tbfbumsn heart. and of whom it was aaid in Johu7:46."NEVER takes many forms. One There are more than 200 flower the undordirneit. admlnlHtratorT. Unlea* *ald certificate. *hall be redeemed \ !

KE LIKE THIS MAN.tora remained closed after theranking miles from cities the wind. P. O. Ho* 446. GalneiTllle.\ Florida will Imuie thereon on the 14th day ofNovember ;
large by Fracisco.
of Bradford and Union coontlea are Invited to nsa thla 10-'|4t10-J7| A. D. 1933. 1
moratorium. Another Is llth of October.
Dated day
of church activities, organlzatlona and \
nt for new*
A. P. 1933.
freely rfven and no charge made the only to make possible greater credit A. I. THOMAS. ..

that uch Item* reach thla office before Wednesday freedom In banks which are open REPORT OF LICENSESPeriod Clerk of Circuit Court.

cannot be handled for current Imiue. but are still operating under restrictions. Bradford County, Florida.
wl e *-> of Llecn-f* lued by the Taa Collector 10-IS6tll-lO| |
duplicate which have been filed. with the County JudB i
Increase
Another is to
.
.. Ih.. .. clnnln o" the tint day of October
pr. Pfrlo A. D. U3J, and endlnv on the let day of September
I potential bank credit through open A. D, NOTK'K OPAPPLICATION .
\RKE CHURCH DIBECTOBT foothold in Cypress (Acts : ) No. FOIl TAX DRRD '
and men of Cypress help to market purchase by the Federal Llrenae To Whom .ranted Fnr' What Purpose Period of Llcenia: Total Notice I III hereby given that W. H.

Baptist Church ; Reserve. The- public works pro 1 A. M. Darby________________ Merchant _________________________ 10.1-33 10-1-38 __.____$11.00 | 8.00 Smith, holder of Tax Certificate No.
First the church in Antloch. ( enters into it as does the I N. Sternberv. _______________ Merchant ______________________ lo.i.aa 10-1-ss _______ 14.00 8.76 161. 3rd day of Auguit. A. D. 1931.m .
Rev J. J. Johnson, pastor, 11:20): ). gram I I a Fr..d.. .. Stump.____ ________ Merchant _________________ 10.133 10.1.83 _______ 14.00 8.5 fled *ald certificate In my office
School-10:00: A. M. proposal to bolster basic industries 4 W. H. Andrew________________ Merchant _____________________ 10.1-82 10-1-83 ________ 11.00 3.00 made application for tax
isunday "Now when Paul and his with government loans. This last II Tip Top tlrocerjr--. __-_________. Merchant _____________________ 10-1-82 19-1.33 ________ 11.00i.OO deed. to Indue thereon in accordance
A. M.
Slorning Worship--11:00: loosed from Paphos II Rtarke Hard.A Furniture Co... Merchant ___-________________ 10.1.31 IO-1-R3 _______ 1400 3.76 with law. Said certificate embraces
Y P. U.'s-7-00 P. M. pany has already been done in the case 1 J. W. Morgan-_--_____________ Merchant _____________________ 101.81 10-1.83 ________ 8.00 2.25 the following property vltuated In
B. 7:30 P. M. came to Perga in Pamphylla: of the railroads; it will very likely II O. W .Kobert______________ Merchant. _____________________ 10-1.83 10-1-n.l ________ 11.00 S.OO Bradford County, Florida, to-wlt!
Evening Worship-- John departing from them D V. n. Carradlne______________ Merchant-__.____,________________ 10.1.82 10.1.83 ______ 11.00 3.00 SW U of NW and NWyi of SWU.Bee. .
cordial invitation extended to be extended to other industries In 10 R. R. Thede__________u______ Merchant _____________________ 10-1.33 10-1.83 ______u_ 11.00 S.OO 9. Tp. 7 S., R. 21 B., containing !
A ed to Jerusalem. About this the future. 11 J. C. Manning.________________ Merchant ________________________ 10.1.82 10.1.8.1 ________ 8.00 8.26 80 Acre.*, more or Ie....
[these services. Saul began to be called Paul 1.ia W. H. Smith___________________ Merchant. _______________ 10-1.83 10-1.33( ________ 8.00 2.36 The aement. ot -aid prop..rtY
During the last halfyear business Brownie* Bro. -___---____ Merchant ___-_______________.._____ 10-1.82 10-1.3.1: ________ 8.00 2.26 under Bald c..rtfl..at. wan
Methodise; Church ably because he became has shown steady 14 W. M. SBPP_______________... Merchant ______ _._______________ 10.1.83 10.1.88 ________ 8.00 2.25 the name of .'
an apostle to the Gentiles. production 15 A. H. nren__ ------__________ Merchant ________._____________ 10-188 10-1-33 ________ 11.00 S.OO ITnleB* *ald certificate *hall be redeemed
H\V, F Jones, pastor. and sharp rises. Between March 17 .J. V. .Jon....___________ ______ Merch..nt ________________ 10-1-83 10-1.33 8.00 S.S5 .ccordlnl to law, tax deed]
sunday School, 10 a.m. before it had been "Barnabas and to New 18 Mr'c. BJ. Harplr_____!_ ______ Merchant ____-__!__________________ 16-1.82 io-i-33 III.IIII 8.00 S.25 will t..I. on the 14th day oC
BiloAing worship at 11:00: a.m. Paul" it Is now "Paul and September, according a 19 T. ". Haaan----_____ Merchant ______--.___________--___ 10-1-82 10-1.33 _____-_ 8.00 S.S5' November A. D. 1923.
York Times graifti,, the general SO H. V. Saxon' ________________ Merchant ________________________ 10-1.32 101.33 _______ 8.00 2.85 Dated thl llth day of Ocober.
Lator's subject, "Can God Remove baa" or "Paul and his barometer went from about 60 to 31S3 C, n. Rob.rt._-_-_________ Merchant ______________________ 10.1-83 10-1.83 _____ S.OO 2.15 A. 1. 18.A.
World?" as here. "And came to O. Bv ColiionIt. ________ Merchant _______________ 10-1- 10-1.33 ________ 8.00 2.25 J. THOMAS.
From
an 79 the high of 87 being reached in S.1 A. Weekii ---____________ Merchant -___.______ __________ 10-I.U'10.183 ________ 8.00 2.25 Clerk o* Circuit Court.
Young People's Meeting 7 p.m. Pamphylla. Perga was a mid-July. On the other hand the 14 Miff* Alice Robert.______ Merchant _______ __________ 10-1.82 10-1.83 ________ 8.00 8.25 Bradford County, Florida
lying, unhealthy region, 26 H. B. Purvl____________- ___ Merchant ._.,____________- 10-1-82 10-1-31 World War Veteran 10-135tll-10| |
Presbyterian Church with malaria and it would amount of credit available for financing 24 Ilowell\ Turpentine Co.-____-._ Merchant ___-______________ 10-1.81 10.1-33 _______ 8.00 2.25
this production has chang 27S8 North Bide' Service Station____ Merchant _____________________ 10.1-82 10.1-33 ________ 8.00 2.26 NOTICHI OPAPPLICATION -
HRev George H. Lowry. minister.B that Paul fell a victim to this M. I.. John_____________..____ Merchant _.______________ 10.1-82 10.1-33 ________ 8.00 2.25 roil TAX nERD
Services Sunday October 22: ease. ed very little. In March It stood 29 A. I* Knhr_________________ Merchant) _____________________ 10-1-32 10.1-83 ______ 8.00 2.25 Notice I I. hereby. given that J. E!.
M. School. at sixteen billion dollars and In <0 J. W. White tt Son_________-__ Merchant ________________________ 10-1.32 10-1-83 ________ 11.00 800 Adkln. holder of Tax Certificate No.
i 10:00: A. -Sunday "And when they departed at Wla-8-ln Broil.The --______________ Merchant -..---__________________ 10-1-82 10-1-33 _______ S.OO 2.25 42., 3rd day of Au.u.1 A. D. 1983.
111:00: A. M.-Morning worship; Perga, they came to September at sixteen and one-hal: 92 Quality Store__________. MerchantCorpenlntr ____________________ 10-1-82 10-1-33 ________ 8.00 2.25 nan filed ald In my oftc.
of "The Lord's billions. Where production has 13 Dru. 8tor._____ Merchant _____________________ 10-1-82 10-133 _______ 11.00 8.00 and made application for tax
Bbject sermon Piatdia and went Into the 84 F. A. Scott___________ Merchant ___________________ 10-1-33 10-1-3.1 ________ 8.00 II.Iii Untie thereon In accordance with
fcrtton." gogue on the Sabbath day Jumped a third credit facilities ss J. A. Saul________________ Merchant ____________.________ 10-1-13 10-18.1 World War Veteran law. Hald certificate embrace the
6:30 P. M.-Christian Endeavor; have risen only about three per 84 The Ha.*.n Co___-____------- Merchant __.________________ 10-1-32 10-1-.1.1 _______ 8.00 2.25 following described property nltuatd -
| : down. And after the 37 Mara-uerlte. Shoppe _____-__ Merchant. __________________ 10-1-82 10-1-33 _______ 8.00 2.25 In Bradford County Florida to-
Tder, Lucille Mitchell. the law, and the prophets the cent. The Importance of credit is >8 Karl Cook j_____.,____________ Merchant ___________________ 10-1-83 101-8.1 ___..i____ 8.00 2.25 wit: E. 18 1-3 A. of 8E"4 of IW'
$$7:30 P. M.-Evening worship; well Illustrated by the fact that in 89 I_ 8. Hutto__________________ Merchant. _______________ 10-1-82 10-133 World War Veteran l I.n. A. In 813. Cor. .. :
: era of the synagogue sent the 40 Smith'' Service. Station._____ Merchant -___________________ 10-1.82 10-1.83 ._____ 8.00 2.25 Tp. .S., R. 22 B., containing 18 acre*. :
In these
jng and sermon; sermon topic, them say, Te men and I this country. days, 41 J. H. Hundley_______________ Merchant __________________ 10.132 10.183 ______ 8.00 2.25 The A..m.nt of laid property
Our Possessions." word of normal amount of bank credit out 41 C. IT. Bennett.. _____________ Merchant -__?_________________ 10-1.82 10-1-33 _______. 8.00 2.26 un>l.r the nald certificate Innued wan
gCeepIng ye have any while 4.1 Mr.. Klxle Kru....____________ Merchant ____________________ 10-1-93 10.1-83 ______ 11.01) 8.00 In the name of Unknown.
A cordial Invitation to all our for the people say on." standing la $50,000,000,000. 44 C. A. Durllnv__________________ Merchant ____________________ 10.1-32 10-1.83 ______ S.OO 2.85 Unleaa *.ald certificate nhall be re_
vices extended to all. the total money in circulation is 46 Bradford County Farmer Sup. redeemed to law. t..I deed]

At Antioch Paul but OOOOOOOO. Co. __ _____________.____._._- Merchant __________----- 10-1-32 10-1.83 _______ 8.00 2.25 will IB-U .ccordlnl the 1 day ofNov..mb.r.
similar to $5. 4< Mm. M. Thornton.-__________ Merchant ___________________ 10-1-91 10-133 ________ 8.00 2.25 A. D. 1983.
IUNDAY'SCHOOLLESSON preach a sermon While this credit drive faces 47 J. M. Alvnr.*_______________ Merchant.,___________________ 10-1-33 10-183 ________ 11.00 8.011 Dated thla llth day of October.
sermon on the Day of 88 Cnnova Pharmacy, __._______ Merchant _____________ lo-i-a. 10133 _______ M.oo 8.75 A. D.
The Gentiles in the many problems there is a strong 49 Wad..worth Uron. ____________ Merchant __________..______ 10-1.88 10-1.83 ________ 8.00 2.25 13.A.. J. THOMAS.
belief in many centers that it will 60 Mitchell'* Uruit Utora.: __..__>__ Merchant ___.___?.._____________ 10-1-83 10-1-33 ____:..__ 14 00 8.75 Clerk of Circuit Court.
"besought that.these words ..1Si A. A. Durden. .-!____..______ Merchant ___________________ 10-1-32 10.183 ___ ___ 11.01) S.OO Bradford County
be preached to them the next be able to loosen credit to the point H. It. BrownW __-_.__.___.._-< __ Merchant ________ ____________ 10.1-82 10-1-83 _______ 8.00 2.25 11)-1815tlll.10 Florida
FOR OCTOBER 22, 1033I where any other means of inflation 63 A. Hunt _________________ Merchant ___________________ 10-1.32 10-1-83 ________ 8.00 2.85
bath. And there came hither 14 R. 8. WadlnMr _________________ Merchant ______._,.:.--_________ 10-1.32 10.1.38 ________ 8.00 2.2K NOTICW OFAPPIICATION
I Subject: Paul In Asia Minor. tain Jews from Antloch: and will be unnecessary. 66 *. I... A. John._____-_______ Merchant ____...._______________ 10-1-3.>> 10.183 _______ 8.00 2.25 rou TAX DErU
I Golden Text: "And He said unto 64 Powell Turpentine Co._______ Merchant _____________:..________ 10-1-3. 10-1-33 ______ 8.00 2.25 Notice I I. hereby given, that 1>. W.
turn who persuaded the people 67 Oeo. F. Younn_______,__________ Merchant _____________________ 10-1-12 10-1-33 _______ 8.00 8.25 Moora, holder of Tax Certificate No.
icm Go ye Into all the world and having stoned Paul drew him Secretary of Agriculture Wai 68 F. <1. Hemlnrway__._-_______ Merchant __________________._ 10-1-32 10-1-33 ____;...__ 8.00 8.25 440 third day of Auguit. A. D. 1931.
leach the gospel to every crea- he had of the A.A.A. 69 A. M. Blanchard .____._,._ ___ Merchant ___________________ 10-1-31 10-18.1 _____ 8.00 2.25 filed .al<1 certificate In m of*
of the city, supposing lace the personnel 60 Bryan Urocery Co,_____________ Merchant _______________ 10-1-33 10-1.33 _______ 8.00 2.85 flee and made application for,taic
Jre.1 Mark 16:15.I : dead. However as the (Agricultural Adjustment Admin 61 J. H. Howe-______.___.________ Merchant ___________________ 10-1-82 10-133 ______ a.oo 2.85 deed to 1ue thereon In accordance
I Lesson Text: Acts 13:1-5,13-15: stood around him he rose < Istratlon) and else in a 61 M. F. &: Lawrence Wlg-ln__ Merchant _.__..________________ 10-1-93 101.83 ________ 8.00 2.25 with law. Bald certificate embrace*
; up, everyone 63 Carl John _______________ Merchant ______________________ 10-1-81 10-1.83 _______ 11.111) 8.00 the following deicrlbed property eltuated -
11923I came into the city: and the position in one or another of the 64 It. Boyer ___________________ Merchant ___________________ 10-1-82 10-1-33 ___ 8.00 2.25 In Bradford County, Florida,
he departed with whose mission in life 66 Mr. S. H. Jone-. _,_________ Merchant .__________________ 11.1 10-1-33 _______ 8.00 2.25 to-wltl NU of NW"4 of SW14 ofHKii
I Topic of Lesson: Missionary day departments 67 Rachel'* Store ___-_____.__.. Merchant ______,______________ 11.1.3 10-183 ________ 8.01 3.35 and NE% of SWV4 of SE% and
fork. Derbe." Derbe was about Is to find a place for the farmer in 68 R. Pearce Jone*_________...___ Merchant ____________________ 8.1.1 10-133 ________ 1.00 2.25 ISM of .11.14 of SWVi of SlflVi. S".tlOI
"Now there were in the church five miles east of Lystra. the recovery parade are in a tough 89 Jacob I. Cartnnen__________ Merchant _______________________ 1.80.1 10.1-83 World War"Veterai. -D. Townahlp 7 South Range Eat.
Zel .ler..___________ ________
70 Leter C. Merchant ______ __ ______ _? 5-14-8 10-1.83 4.00 1.15 containing 20 acre.
iat was at Antioch, certain pro ph- "And when they preached spot. Today it costs the consumer 717S M. B.'plummer.I_____ ___.-_ Merchant __!________!.____________ 1-1.8 10-1-33 ________ 4.0O The aeeBment of Maid
liand teachers: as Barnabas and gonpel to that city and had farmer or city dweller-abou r>. W. Moore.________________ Merchant _______________________ 10-1-1 10-183 ______ 8.00 1.25: under the nald certificate ...propertY
73 WIII..m. Taylor_________ Merchant ___________________ _____ 6-14-1 10-1-33 ________ 4.00 1.25 In the name of Doriey. Fort.
Irnon that was called Niger and many they returned again to thirteen per cent more to buy most 74 Fd ___ -_____________ Merchant -_________._-__._________ 1-1-1 10-1-83 ________ 4.00 1.25 Unlen* nald certificate nhall be redeemed

luclus of Cyrene and Manaen, tra, and to Iconium and necessities of life than it did In 1. Florida Power 8 Light Co.____ Klectrlo Unlit _________________ 10.1.1 10-1.83 ________ 10.00 E.OO a..cordlnl to law, tax deed
hlch' had been with Confirming the souls of the June when the recovery program I Florida Power : Light Co.____ Electric Light __________---__-- .. 10133 ________ 10.00 6.00 will on the Fourth day
brought up 3 H. I_ Deiieen.- _______________ Cafe __________________________. World War Veteran. of November A. D. 1938.
jcrod the tetrach and Saul." The clples, and exhorting them to was still largely In the planning 4 Sinclair Itrflnlnir Co.-________ Wholenale Oil _________________._-_ 10-1-3 10-1-3 10-1.1 ______ 86.00 12.60 Dated. thl Fourteenth day of Oo..
ichers expounded and explained tinue in the faith and that stage. In the face of this, the farmer I Shell Petroleum Corp._____-,__ Wholenale Oil _________________._ 10-1.1 10-1-33 ________ .5.00 12.6) tober, A L>, 1833.
T. T. Longr__-_______________ Anent ISqultable Life In*. Co._____- 10-1.88 ________ 8.011 A. J. THOMAS
Scriptures as then written, and much through much haa watched his income drop Pan-American' P.trol.ul Corp. Wholeimle. Oil Dealer*__..______ 10-1-1 10-1-33 _______ 25.00 Clerk of Circuit Court
{e prophets exhorted the people toy ter the kingdom of God. And steadily. When city prices touched 8 13. K. PerrymllnA"t.. Mutual Life In*. Co._____"___ 10-1-8 10-1-33 __ 1.51 radlord County Florida
9 J. H. ____________ -. _______________________ 10-1-na World War Veteran 1615111I
those teachings. "As they they had ordained them sixteen per cent above the 1913 10 Standard' Oil Co...________._ Whole-ale. Oil I>ealer*.__________ 10-1.82 10-133 25.00 12.5
Jmlstered to the Lord and fasted every church, and had prayed level, farm prices declined to thirty 11 To rode Chevrolet Co,_______ Oantge ____----______________ 10-18 10-133 10.0O 5.01 NO'rl'F OF FINAL 8H9CIIARGR
'ft'l. ia J. W, Andrew _>._.__._._____ Oarage ______________ ________ 10.1-33 10.00 6.0 I I. hereby given to all whom
e i Holy Ghost said. Separate me fasting, they commended per cent below. 1 ..roln Cafe __________________ Cafe ________________!________I._ 10-13 10.1.8 10-i-33 _-_______ loido 6.01 It may concern that I have filed my
Urnabas and Saul for the work the Lord on whom they As a result, the A.A.A. came out Oulf Refining Co.____________ Wholesale Oil Dealer_____________ 10-1 -.1.1 36.00 12.6( report of account and mad application
( to Antioch IS Rlm. Cafe _________________ Cafe _______n______ ________ 10-1.83 6.00 8.60 for dlncharga to the Honorable
hereunto I have called them. And The return Journey the other day with an announce 11 R. Caon______________ Peddler ________.._,_._________ 10-I.s World War Veteran E. K. Perryman, County Judgnof
ihen they had fasted and prayed by way of Pamphylla, taking ment to the effect that it opposed 17 H. C. Wall--.._______ Ant. Aetna In*. Co______._______ 10-1.8 10.1.s _______ a.oo Bradford County Florida, and
laid their hands this time for 18 It. O. W.I _______________ A..t. Agricultural In*. Co.-__________ 10-1.83 _____ 8.00 after 3rd 1933, will proceed
jid on them they portunlty overly rapid rises in the cost of: 19 It. C. W.I ______________ Aict. Hanover In*. Co.______________ 11)-1.8 10-183 ________ S.OO Novemh.t distribution of the
fcnt them away. So they being work in Perga. Arrived at manufactured goods. The A.A.A. SO H. C. _______.. _____ Ant. Hartford Fir In*. Co.._____... 10-1.3 ..tat. of Uuy C. deceaaed.FLORA .
forth by the Holy Ghost de- och they made the first 21XI H. C. Wall___......_________ A.. Liverpool London A Qlob 10-1-8. 10133 ________ 8.00 B.Cady. Executrix
fnt la likewise studying a proposed In.. Co. ___________u______._ 10-182 10-1-83 ________ a.oo of Batata of Uuy C. Cady, DeceaieU.
firted unto Seluecla,; and from report, giving God praise for food code which embodies a new H. C. WallH. -. Act. Northern Auranc* ? 10-184tll-8| |
hence they sailed to Cyprus.. And that He had enabled them to 23 C.: Wall ::==:=:=:=:: Agt.: Northwestern Fir* .CM&ri. 10.133 10.1-1 _____ s.oo
approach to the farm problem. Under In.. Co. ___________ __, 10-1.82 _______ a.oo
then they were at Salamis, they complish in opening "a ; the code minimum prices for 24 II. C. Wall.______________ Aat Rhode Inland In*. Co.________ 10-1-.3 _______ a.oo
reached the Word of God In the faith unto the Gentiles." So 25 H.. C. Wall______________ V. S. Fidelity Guaranty Co__ 10-1-1
foodstuffs would be fixed. Distributors I II. C. Wall-_____....___... Agt. Hartford Accident &: Indemnity _____ a.oo
pnagogues of the Jews: and they the missionary tour which, 1 of foodstuffs business Co. __ ___ __________ _______ 10-1-8 10-1-8 ______ S.OO
d 1 also John to their minister." was the first and the model annual turnover 17 It. C. Wall______' ___.. Agt. Maryland Caualty CoII_______ 10-1.3 10-1-83 ________ a.oo
with a $10,000,000,000 28 tt. C. Wall....______________ Ant. N. Y. Life In*. Co..._______ 10-1.83 ______ a.oo
| When the missionaries sailed for that followed, may Justly be -would agree to pay more to 29 H. _C._ Wall______________'__ Ant. Fidelity A Casualty Co...____ 10-1-33 _____ a.oo

prua Barnabas took his cousin, the greatest missionary farmers in return for a farm prom 81 a. F.Southern. Carradlne.Tel....___Telephone________. Uarao-e ___..________________ 10.1.3 10-1.1 10-133 _____.'.. 10.00 6.00

jiilm Mark, along. The field of la- ever made. Paul will ise to reduce output. Consumers Co. -___B.I_________.__________ Telephone Syatem _-..__________ 10-1-12 10-1-83 ______ .10 .OS

f>i was not far distant as distance the outstanding Biblical counsel of the A.A.A. Is afraid the 33 A. Hartman .-_____________? 'Lunch Room ..._______________ 10-1-1 10-1-83 ____ S.OO 1.50
Quid be reckoned today. Indeed enterprise. The 8 Qulgley A Davl_______ Lumber Yard _________._____ 10-133 _____ 15.00 1.61)
missionary code would result In higher prices Howell Turpentine Co.__ ____ Operator _
Turp.ntn. __ _._____ 10-1-33 ______. 30.00 10.0
pelr ministry in Cyprus might be tion he experienced on the to the public than It can now afford 86 Hoover Bro. -_-_________ _____________. 10-13 10-1-33 ________ 6.00 2.61
87 ''C. B. Bennett.__________ Slot Machine ____________ .
Riled Home for dimmed. 10-133 ________ 6.00 2 61) Our
Missionary work cus road was never and this is the main bone of 88 C. B. Bennett____________ Slot Machine ___________________ 10-1-3 10-1.83 ________ 5.00 1.110 I'* Job to Know
arnabaa had lived on the island was always determined to contention.It 39 F. C. HolllngHWorth.. ___ Shoe Repair Shop._.__________ 10.1.82 10.1.33 .-____-_ 6.00 2.60
Acts 4:30): ). Also the labors oflie 40 Stern (arale ---__________ Uaraae _____ ________ 10.1-33 ______ 10.00 6.00 How to Help You
Christ. is the duty of the Secretary of 41 H. ______-_________ Cafe ____.__Iir_..II______ 10-1.8 10-1.83 S.W.r Veteran .
missionaries there seem to -. ..._' "Y.".Y'..a v 'n _1raa.. .fO....._... .ft.I...-.-.-. ....... 44 Bank of It.rk._______._____ Banker -------_____________ 10.1-8 10-I-s 10-1-33 -_-_______ 15.00 1.81) .. -- "- I
ave been almost wholly among the BAPTISTS TO OBSERVE 6" 43 Starke *___________ Pr..lnl Shop ____________._ 101.83 ___._._- 8.00 1.51) I ... .- .It
a level with city prices. Mr. Wallace 44 Stark Coca Cola Bottling Co._ Hottln. Work __"___________ 101.82 10-1-83 -_______ 10.00 6.00 -- I
ews In .
| whose synagogues they RALLY DAY is aa keen as any farmer to' 45 B. K. John___________ Merchant __________ 10-1-8 10-1-83 _>_._.. 3.60 1.80 I ____ i
reached. The most notable Incl- 46 Hart Furniture Co.._______ Furniture D..I..r. ____________ 10-1.38 _____ 5.011 ,-- .. ,
mt do that. But it's slow going. One 47 Packer. of Fla. Inc.Iaao .-________ Will Hoard Adv ______________ 10.183 10-1-83 _____._ 10.00 ----. .
| was the conversion of the Ron Rally Day will be observed at great problem is that too many 48 B. <'arllonCanova -_____________ Peddler ______________________ 10.1.33 10-1.33 World -War Veteran __ II
proconsul, Serglua Palus. Baptist Church Sunday In all 49 Pharmacy_________ Slot Machine _________ 10.183 19-1-33 _____ 6.00 S.60 I.'. .t.-
'hen a farmers are still disorganized, and 60 J. 8. Eunice__________ Clirar* _________________________ 10-1-83 .___-. 1:00: 11.50< j:.
renegade Jew, a sorcerer services. It takes much longer fa get them 61 Starke Telephone Co._._______ Telephone Sy.tem.__________ 10.1.8 10-1-83 _____. 6.80( -" -
amed Elymaa, attempted to pre- At 10:00: a.m. the Sunday 62 J. W. UrownleeThoma -______________ D.ntl-t. ____________________ 11-36-8210.138 ________ 10.00 6.00 --- ,
|ent the together than it does to prepare a 63 Monlc ._--.____--__. Peddler ____________________ 10-1-83 World War Veteran
proconsul from accepting will present a short Rally Day plan of attack for industry. 64 Corpenlng Drug Store._____ Slot Machine ____________ 10-I.s 10-1.33 ___ 6.00 2.60 c--
fe; gospel he was stricken blind; gram with A. J. Thomas 65 Mighty Hag. 8how_______ Clrou ..________________ 13-11-81 10-.1-8. -_____." 10.00 5.00
in- this act 6 O. L. HayneMThree ____________ I>entlt ____..,_____________ __ _. 10.00 5.00 W
helped all the more to tendent in charge. From the retailer's standpoint, 67 Frl..nd. Barber Shop___ Barber Shop ______________ 10.18 1.1.8 __-_.-__-, 3.00 1.60 ALI
to-firm the faith of this eminent Rev. J. J. Johnson will use as 6* Stark' Bakery ---?.____.__, fakery __________________ aD-I-s 10.1-8 ._..__ S.OO 1.50 INSUIIANCE8TARKE.
oman. September opened fairly well and II! Denmark Furnltura Co.______ Dealer ._____________ 10.1.8 10.1-8 _-___ 6.00
The subject for the morning better, according to Dun &: 10 City Barber Bhop_____..,. Barber Bhop ____________ 10-1-a ___.___ 3.00 1.50 FLORIDA
J Island of Cyprus is one hun- "The Value of Sunday School 1IIl N. Coleman._____.._ Peddler ______________ 10.1-8 10.1.8 World War Veteran
ped and ten miles from in the Church." Bradstreet. The upward trend has 63 KMward.______ Meat Market_ !_.____________ 10-1-8 _____ 6.00 2.60
long east u
6$ Albert. Hartman ________, Oaraa-e ___ 10-1-8 1.1.8
II better established, and con .________ ________ 10.00 6.00
west and from thirty to sixty, At 6:30: p.m. the B. Y. P. 64 Jacob I. Cartenen_______ Peddler ____________ 10-1-1 101-33 World War Veteran
lies broad having buying long lagging, is 65 lilt Theatre .__,___________.Moving Picture ____ ______.___- 8-8-8 10-1.33 ________ 10.00 6.04
an of will In .
bout area present a program vigorous. Consumer resist 81 A. N. Na.."er.___ ,_____ Merry.Qo.Round ____ 1-21.8 10-131 _____ 12.60 6.26
3.584 square miles. being not ance of the day, and at 7:30 H. A. Pre.cott -----_________ Oaraae -----____,__-_____ 4.3-8 10-1.33 _______ 600 2.60 ATLAS
ulte half as large as Mu achutts. Rev. Johnson will to Increased prices is not e.s- 6* W. A. Be..ant, Jr_________ Hlot Machine ________________ 118 10-1.88 ______ 6.00 2.60
speak on noticeable. It Is an Inter 70 Dan Bora* -.---_-______ Undertaker ____________________ 10-1-3. ____._ 15.00 7.60
Christianity already iaj: a Value of B. Y. P. U. Work In fact that the market for 71 Viola'* Lunch Room__ Reitaurant -___________.__ 10-1-8 10-1,8 .-_"___... S.OO 2.60

Church." 72 Albert Hartman _________ Beer 1.1".n.. *____________ 10-1.8* _____ 10.00 Standard Oil
furs and silks Is expect 73 O. B. Col.on.k ________ Beer _____________ 1.8-3 1-1-84 ________ 7.60 The
[POSITIVE: RELIEF All parents and members of to be the best In some years. 74 A. L. Kahr ._____. Keer Llcen* _. _________ s-ll-1 1-1-84 __ 7.60
church who do not attend 76 W. H. Andrew.__________ Beer I/lcen.e _________ 1-12-8 _____--__ 10.00 Tire Guaranteed
9BOM Other retail fields where the experience 76 F. H, Carradln*.. _. .__ Beer Llcenia ._________ 11.12-3 1-1.1 ____ 7.60
School regularly are. la favorable, Include shoes 77 Viola'* Lunch Room __ Beer Licence ..____________ i1311.84 _______ 10.00
urged to attend Sunday 78 W. A. Beant. Jr..______ Beer I.lcen-e*._______________ 1-1-1 1-134 ___ 10.00 One Tear
PILES millinery, jewelry and men's cloth 79i H. B. PurTl_______ Br Llcen _____ 1-1-1 1-1-34 ___ 10.00
Sunday and enjoy the program ing. A number of woolen mills i? R. J. Andrew. Jr..____ Ber Licence ..___ __ 8.1-13 1-1-14 ____ 7.50
\.. these folks. Htarka Ice Factory.M. ._______ Ice Factory ..___________
on by 1 10-1.81 __ 10.00
101.33181 __ _
...... .... ....... young booked orders that will __ 1.00 ........
keep B. Plummer _____ Oaraa"e ________"_____________ '- 10-1-13 _____ 6.00 ....
-'tWaC _,-, ...... 1_ busy to the end of the year. I Joe Frl o.____________ Clear A Tobacco D..ler......__ 10-1-33 _____ 1.60 1.26
,. TIaa, Ie ... nIJ.f A CHRISTIAN CIIURCII"Chrlst's B. L. Btgff.____. _____-, Phyalclan ______________ -11-8 10.1-33 ______ 10.00 6.00
.. a.Mtaia ,_ HEllo.; Clouds" the women's wear field, the In 86 Knl ht" Knl.ht_______ Lawyer __-,_______ 10.1.8 10.1-83 ____ 10.00 6 00
W.wore Coming In in demand for sports outfits 1 E. 1C. Perryman_____, _____ Lawyer __________________ 10-13 10.138 _____... 10.00 6.00
efE- tWe ......... be the subject of the sermon 1 A. 8. Crew. ----_________ Lawyer ..-__________ 10-1-23 _______ 10.00 5.00
I' -ae-beck. .......t_ at 11:00 rising In direct ratio to the de 8 W. B. Park.._________ PhyalclanPhyelclan _____________ 10-13 10-1-13 ___... 10.00 6.00 Frdaethe
J>o. ... Sunday morning : W. K. Mlddleton. __ __ ____ 10-1.8
pU.. in working hours. I ______ 10-1.33 __ __ 10.00 5.00
.. trieoI7 7pro..17 Interest In these services I, J. H. Court manch-_____.__ ___ Jeweler _________. ______ 41-81 10.1.88 ___?___-_-_, 2.60 1.26
Do .11'" There 91 J. L. Frasee- ._---____.__.____ Lawyer -__________ 10-1-33 ____,_ 10.00 6.00 -
... J..... tlEMo.FREE deepening. was one Odds and ends of interest from 92 Bradford Co. Abstract Co_--___ Ab"tr.c..r.. -_____________ 10.11 10-1-8.1 ___. 10.00 6.00
:::.t.di..ppoi......... It. ..U.. fession on October 8. Others 91 A. W. Anderon. _____, __ ----____,______ 4-10.11 10-1-23 ____- 6.00 2.60
... ....0.. ......_1.... I. expected to make the Industrial front follow: 94 DeWItt C. Jon.._, _1 Undertaker -______________ 10-1.13 10.131 ___ 15.00 7.60 anted electric refrigerator
a 95 O. W. Brown._,__ Phyalclan ____._______....___ =
It"' .. : Steel-Iron Age says that thenduatry -------- 10.1.11 10-1.33 10.0O 5.00
&. ., .a..u.. ., _t...... next Sunday. Pray for them. 96 R, H. lh-----, Turpentine Operator __________ 10-1.82 10-1-8 _______ 20.00 10.00
It .. I........ p.S- invited to la just beginning to work 97 wlirirln* D.w. _____.________ Turpentine Operator ._ 101.13 10-1-33 _______ 20.00 10.00
e.- Itow J life _' All are cordially under code; main trouble 98 M. K. A Lawre ee Wlccln*.___ Turpentine Operator .__.._____ 10-1.33 10-1-33 ______ 20.00 10.00
a Faithfully 99 Turpentine Co._ ____ Turpentine Operator ._______ u
yours
I..t 10.0(1
Pow"l 10-1-8. 10-1-33 ________ 20.00 (
II.u pa a .t...... *- W. :K. DAUGHERTY tabor problem. 100 Hmlth_____________i Turpentine Operator _______ 10-143 10-1-33 ________ 10.00
lea 1I ?*r-r- -*... ti_ t Electric Power-Report for late 101 Brooker Turpentine Co. ___ Turpentine Operator _____._. 10-1-83 10.1.33 ______ 10.00. 10.00 For
.. .a k.ppl.l ..* fcy M.4ia( for Evangelist.KINGSLEV 101 R. A. Week.______________ Turpentine Operator -_-_,._______ 10.1-31 10-1-33 ______ 20.00 sale bySmith's
.a,... MEMO-FREE. II shows ten per cent rise over 101 J. I. Carter ________________ Cafe -___________________ 7-1713 10133Hodre _______ 2.50 10.00 1.26
?- 104 O. Patten___________ ______
week last year. I-twyer _____________ 7.15-81 10.1.33 L.__ 6.00
2.60
cI : poet." .!>.. delivery.' LAKE CHURCH 105 A Ad kin*____________ Meat Market __
""" ... Railroad* Rumor grows that _________ __ 1.1.1 10-1-33 ________ 2 60 1.26
....t. ..,. NOW I* Morning worship at 11:00: ; 104 J. F JohnonJ. ______ Cafe ------__________ __ ____
2 t,.... form of transportatiln 107ioa F. Johnony ______________ Vendor of Beer-___________________ 7-1111 10.1.8i __-_____-_ 8.00 S.60 5.00
LABORATORIES subject. "Where I've Acted < Boy Lunch Car_________ Lunch Stand ______
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ails buses trucks ---- 19-1.33 ______. .00
SZO waterways, 11-1.22
1.10
FooL" Evening worship at Act Amerlc.u A..ur-
.t Pleo BI.... -will be brought under 109 H. C. Wall___________ anee Co. ---Equiable-_____________ 8-1-31 101.337.I9I3 SerceStation
.a..Anlo'.. '... Calif. hour. Come worship with us. 110 C. B. John._________ __ A.t Oulf Insurance Co._________ ------ 1.60
.1 Federal load-
agency. Freight 111 John __ __ 10.1.1i 1'10
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; I. 1.11 al_ REV Wm. BAILEY, Pastor.Nearly W.lnwrl.ht Orient Ineuranc Co.__ 7-1.31
..! HEMoTrkEE. In the fourth quarter of 1933 111 M. H. __ =_- Meat Market _____ ___________ 8-10-11 19-1-83 ==I.50 &iO
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*. 8,500 men are forecast as being fourteen per .ore. nFi.Iofr"Jc7ra"n' Collector of .aid County, do cirtlfy that the

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Bradford County Telegraph WITH AN INVITATION-LIMITATIONSWe Maybe You'veHeard -----1' 1


Established 1877 wish once again to extend to

... ... ,., 'p'," ... .. our readers! an'invitation, voiced In It But
these columns several months ago, ,
] Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class to partake of the privileges of our

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaT "Letter Box" column. I
TilE LANGUAGE GOES WEST
How often have you thrown this
We view with alarm the trend

E. L. Matthews!,, .__... ._____ ._________Editor and Owner or some other paper down in dis- recently Inaugurated by Mae Westto
gust and exclaimed, 'I'd like to
--- titles more
make
-- moving: picture
tell them what I think of that!"
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SUBSCRIPTION KATE passionate and less grammatical.First ,/
and then added as aa afterthought, Done II I
:Mae appeared in "She I
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance "But they wouldn't print It." That's II /
; Him Wrong" and her next opus is I 1 ....
Advertising Rates on Application where you are wrong. We will heralded as "It Ain't No Sin." If I k/r i

.. -- .. print it, and be glad of the opportunity -' this sort of thing continues, we are Ii/i/ r i ergesu
-provided, of course, that it of
&R prepared for the worst which will I
:) Roll Call. la written in I
Help put over the Red Cross printable language.We come when it Is announced that fferfuwe? 1-
have had complaints from a produced '
I i
0 next week Janet Gaynor Is to ap
l few contributors of lengthy articles onfy Jby
+ Remember the days when every home had its sewing because their letters did not appear pear In "Smooch-Me, Kid." sick sperm whalesg8uvam *

machine? exactly as they were written. A
But then we suppose the movie
word or two might ba missing here
0 men figure they have 'as much
I and there and In some Instances a
The strawberry crop will be short but let's hope that the whole paragraph might be deleted. right to murder the kings Englishas
4 have the writers. Tin Pan
The writer, of course, attributedthis song
s pay will be long. f1 blue penciling to some diabolical Alley long ago discarded its grammar / hro
t books and let the split infinitives -
0 desire on our part to
euppresethose
When a politician wants to go into retirement he gets phrases of hit article that one fall of where the worst they rhymes may. Perhaps ever- is/2u1osidee aowN ai la ee 9hf ,

did not conform with the views of sA /
r i himself elected Vice-President. to come from there was contained, gmy
1 this paper. But such la not the
0r case. If any writer will be patient I in "Lady'of Spain. Remember the irne rled iH a hilcten) akar
first two lines '
Friday the 13th passed uneventfully with only two bill enough to sit with us while we :
read over a letter that. is too long I "Lady of Spain, I adore you,
'i collectors and one magaz'i1e salesman. for our use, we will be glad to omit I '"Just since the' night I first saw

e 0m any part of it that he might desig you."

-- The Tornadoes have won three straight. Show them nate. Note that to get the proper effect -

Editing a letter Is a right that you have to say it "sore you"
the
it going to next
;, you appreciate by game. we have reserved in the past and which might be all right for East

o will continue to reserve in the future Side New York but is hardly the

1 't4 k Hungry teachers in Georgia got a break the other day. Of course, when the writer way we used to pronounce it at
abides that all letters Harvard.
by our request -
; ? The education association there gave them a barbecue.
be limited to 200 or 300 words,

4r /l 0il there is very little blue penciling However, we have no argumentwith

1 If the meat of rattlesnakes becomes popular, wonder how necessary ten none at all. But, the song writers or Miss West '
on the other hand, when a letter -particularly'have we no argu-
it will be before they have a closed season on them? / ;
long c
sometimes runs to more than a ment with Miss West (who does 1)).
d dr
o column, we feel that he ia a trifle I If Instead of saying "Come up to JS21

r That Kansas man who wore the same pair of pants for optimistic to hope that It will appear ceo me sometime" she should say
In full. "I want that should come to
floor walker. you
twenty-four years must have had a job as n ;
But outside of these few regulations nee me yet" it's all right with us-

o the sky's the limit, folks. it would still be art. reyuxQs 1 1a9aarfer

Do your Christmas shopping early, but save out enough We will welcome brief, Interesting, <

to buy that new automobile,tag that goes on sale December 1. and to-the-polnt letters on any sub- 'And while we're on the subject, wife az ? .
"- n J1' it occurs to us'. that Horace Greely tfte of leef'was
0 ject you choose to write about. speed near/ J oil eaten inf 2I
/ You praise or criticise Roose- must have been .a gay old bird-
*, : Jumping is good exercise' if you don't jump at conclu velt, may point out flaws In the NRA making that famous crack of his' files per hour. ( .1 t, erral dare China

1+ .h; sions.-Times-Union. Or ,from out of the frying pan into program, defend or berate prohIbition about "Go West, young man, go Jt War ceHrutereef] a sift "toMe eat'

j 'the fire. and If you dare to say what I West. flesh of a work annual

you think and face your neighbors, -
--0 we'll give 'you the opportunity to I TOO SMALL: ':

Some folks are so glad to cheat the government that say it.And. The person leaving one slightly

$ they're pleased the depression is on so they won't have to pay we're not a bit sensitive. We battered straw hat resting on our small fry they won't think about in a factory. If the workers tail

*" would appreciate letters saying window ledge Wednesday night botherln' a tough old bird like him. 'household feel that their Inttratifl
't income tax. r ooLate/
any may have same by calling at this
the Game Association Is flxln'to
Sp
what you like and what you do not are not considered! by the mulls
o office. If it was the intention of
like about the Telegraphbutmore set up a sort of an NRA program of the house not
they are going
A famous circus is now advertising "giraffe-necked especially what you do not the party or parties leaving the : co Classify to try and straighten out consider the interests of the fan-1

e women." Wonder if they got that way peeking over theirneighbors' like about it. Why do you read hat that for it a should subscription be left to in the exchange this mesa in the fish world. They fly, and little blame can be tiJ

fences ? one page and skip over the next? By RUSSfctL KAY have discovered that the big fish tached to their attitude 'Thin]
Telegraph he or they will have' to
That Is what we want to know. call and leave Secretary, Florida Prw Auocutkm are the ones that get plenty to eat sensible view of the situation. ll
0- Perhaps with your co-operation we a name and address and experiments have shown that has long been the custom (for tol

4 4)'s Funny, isn't it, that not a third as many persons have ;can gradually work things out so since. We there was none in the headgear saw a bulletin from most of the little fish could be big mestlc servants to spend pracllnl-I

registered at the re-employment office here as have enrolledfor ;that you will want to read every we do not might'say think we, however could ,allow that the Game Association informing us fish too if they just had an equal ly all of their time In the perform I
page Instead of only three or four, that la opportunity. dullol
a plan under way to provide ance of laborious household
relief? more than four months on the
emergency as many of you now do. straw since It is one size too small sportsmen witti. bigger and better I So instead of simply just stockin'our with hardly any time of their owl

o I So let ua hear from you, folks. for the editor. fish. lakes in the future and leavlu' and If fairer working hours, fakf

d A German prince h pronounced American beer all It is a time-honored custom. The Accordin to the best authorities, the fingerlin' to shift for themselves pay, and fairer living condlUt!

right but to date we haven't: heard of any orders being sent Romans had their open forum INSDAYTIA It'seems that a fish must have food we will also see to It that were allotted them no doubt many;j jof

''i fatherland. where any man could go and express Of course, the older generation'won't if he ever expects to amount to there Is enough food available to the anxieties and! perplexities

here from the his views on affairs. of the need to be told, but here's a.I I anything, and the reason we have give all the fish, big and little an this phase of home life would be|

o day. We moderns either do not word of warning for youth. more little fish than big ones is be- even break. We'll fix up some private eliminated.-Mt. Dora Topic.

If Europe comes to blows, it is expected that the Unitednq have the time or we have become The return of beer is said to have' cause the little fish ain't been get- dining rooms along the bank --0Dairying ---
i more modest and do not care to tin' an even break. where the little fellows can come led all other farm products -
States will watch from the sidlines. But sometimes even brought back to ritt-Vjrgh old-I
make speeches on the street corner. an in and eat and not be molested as an Income producer In la-1

innocent spectators get hit by foul balls. Consequently, we sit at home, often roll time reducer-a curiosity-arouaer, and bank The government of young fish has and been stockin'our raisin'millions Then when they reach the age of nessee in 1932.Pottery .
that
sign bears the
without and consent we'll turn 'em .
t o a willing audience of even reason
lakes"with 'em, but few
crlptic very Ural
design:
5 has discovered one, and want to say things so badit "Iitywybad. I into the big lake and they won't excavated from
And now the Umatilla Tribune that the ever graduate from their schools I
: hurts. "What does it mean?" asks the have anything to worry about but mounds in the Cape Sable anal
V blue eagle has seven feathers in one wing and ten in the other. I newcomer."If and set up in business for them the sportsmen. Florida, indicates that Its maker j
When you get a feeling like that, selves.A .
I't ; Things must be pretty dull in Umatilla, too. simply take your pen In hand, say I tell you will you buy a lot of Of course a better plan would antedate the Mayan Indiums
fishermen
i us have been
0- what you think, make It brief and drink? is the barkeep's coy come- wonderln' about that for years, but probably be to hit some of the big

Interesting, and the week back. fish the head with a club and
' Hitler is said to be planning a tax on all childless women following I now science and research has disclosed over -
will find it In print "Sure," says the curious one, by I teach 'em to pick on somebodytheir IR- I
the fact
that this business of
in Those with children of will continue
f
Germany. course
-a--. this time fairly beside! himself. own size, but it seems the
la about
being a fish just as tougha
t a to bear the same old heavy tax on their patience. SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION "That's it," cWuckles the man- proposition as some of ua find the Game Association ain't had any J

J wlth-the-apron, behind the better luck with that plan than we li1
ducking of
iS problem playta' the role of a :
Poultrymen that for a bigger try feeding Plans are being made to conduct bar, "It stands! f at ':rf I tell you will human being. r humans have. The little fish have
say egg crop
art intensive Red Cross Roll Call starvln' to death
kept right on
' you buy a drink.. Make mine vanilla. Every lake has certain spots
,..I your hens cod liver oil. Qnthe other hand, it occurs to us drive! In Bradford County within ." where food Is plentiful and easy to while about two per cent of the pop-

that the hens might get mad and not lay at all. the next few weeks and every persona I, We advise all young men who get while the balance of the terri- ulation of the lake have been con-
here should be willing to lend trolin' all the wealth and are so TWINS1YES I S ?
is but
o have the habit of accidentally tory poor pickin', when the
his to an fat and well fed don't
co-operation organizationthat they pay any
finding themselves in places where little fish try to muscle in on the
folks think the freedom of the
Some that
press means has done so much, not only for attention to the artificial bait we
beer is being to good feedlu ground they always
dispensed arm
w they can walk into the newspaper office, pick up a copy, say the storm suffering areas of the themselves with a slip of paper on find that some big fish got there been tryln. to catch 'em with.

thank you, aid walk out again without an exchange of legal state, but also for sections like which is neatly typed "Insdaytla," ahead of 'em and has the place allpla.tered There's plenty of food in the lakeIf !
ours, where there has been no great with '"Private" we can just find a way to distribute -
tender. .. Then when the barkeep flashes hla"Iltywybad" and
disaster. Off it.: So If we provide a
1 M 1 1S you come right backat "Keep signs.
o Many families throughout this him with your "Insdnytla" If any of the little flan are so means so the little fish can get into

Several Florida cities want the World's Fair exhibits to county have been tided over the which means, of course, "I'm not so bold as to disregard the signs and the bank and get theirs with the GIRLS? NO!

M be moved to this state whe .Chicago is through with them. past lean months by flour distrib- dumb as you think I am." Imaginehis try eaain' up to the gravy bowl- same ease and comfort the big fish !
? uted by the local Red Cross chap mortification! Zowle, slam, biff: Mr. big fish does everything will be jake BOYS? NO
But who wants to admit that Florida needs to be made
any ter, and clothing made! In the Red swirls over and knocks 'em for a
more attractive to tourists? Cross Such has been
sewing room. REALLY WORTHWHILE sowe'll

i, o the case In all parts of the country. Patriotic Americans eager to loop.Then all the gars, gators and I From Other Pens You'll never to guess tell yIt's ''OIL<

In thousands of homes Red Cross help the public'''works administra turtles know that the little fish have
Editor S. D. Lovett of the Brooksville Sun went to his thing oi
flour distribution has revived the tion spend its $3,300,000,000 are will be hangin"round just outside the smartest

office one morning recently'and found a rope tied into a noose lost art of home baking, and chap- keeping government clerks work- the private dinln room, so they the season.

q" hanging on the door. And yet there are people who think ter headquarters have hummed Ing far Into'' the ['night answering hide behind a cypress stump or In SCOLDERS

that an editor's life is all beet'and skittles. with the song of the sewing ma- letters from people like the ownerof front of the bank and when the lit- People don't differ much in the TWIN SWEATER

i chine. a shopworn circus who wanted a tle fellows come within' reach they matter of scolding. Petulant scold-

'ror Although other welfare agencies loan-security: three elephants-so gobble 'em up. That' their Inter- ing Is one of the most universal of

r, The Leesburg Commercial thinks that if restaurants partlciated In the community pro- I he would be In better position to est In life. human traits. SUITSA

'S really have to "serve milk from original containers" the goat gram under direction of the local compete with Rlngling Bros and Of course there IB more food Whether we know It or admit it,
/ there than the fish could eat In we are all chronic critics of our but
a
chapters, the entire responsibilityfor Barnum & Bailey. big sweater,
1 market ought to boom. It believes that goats would be much slipover
f fellows. Perhaps there Is
the success or failure of the a lifetime, but If he allowed all the some and I
easier than cows to drive up to the side of a table. the Another nut suggestion came little fish to come in and help truth in the expression, "We love I ton-down sweater
undertaking wan squarely
upon from an engineer who applied himself skirt.
each other for our faults." good looking
Red Cross and the resulting record to the nation's transportation themselves the competition might

f ,t .' Highlands County has the largest number of bootleggers of fine achievement Is one to stir difficulties and emerged with the force him to get out and hustle about If everyone the justification would stop of and criticismand think sweater
himself so he just ain't takln' no The button-down
i the of citizen.
5; /, in Jail and voted for repeal by one of the smallest majorities pride every idea that the public works administration chances. scolding, much of It would and skirt match and the
The following table shows at,a should build three high-
in the state. Putting two and two together should prove Then as long as he can bluff never be done. Even If there Is made of a contrasting -
glance what the Red Cross haa accomplished I speed belts from New York to San slipover is
,. + something, but we havn't got-time to figure it out during the part year: Francisco They would run 100 these poor fish off his playhouseand Justification. It very seldom does mixture.They're .
keep 'em out in the open It any good and only leads to hurting
Flour 89.000,000: bushels wheat miles an hour, he said, and If you
r-O the
I means there'll be plenty of nourish feelings of other people and to
i barrels flour distributed wanted to the continent $
10.688.307 in
They say that next year's bathing suits will be more dar- ; cross you ment for his natural enemies,, causing trouble In generaLThink carried out
families fed 3,081 would Just of the belts.
5.803.000 ; counties step on one
+ they'll be so busy feedin' on the first and criticise little!- colors too.TheJ&RStore.
ing than ever. A challengelta: sharks and baracudas !-Sanford of nation (and Porto Rico) I The Public Works Administration Lisbon Falls the wanted
(Me.)
Herald. The irreducible\ minimum has probably .been given flour; 184,183 owners of live- thought over that one a long, time self liquidating highways could a

: reached. We predict a return to more sane styles.-Titus-' stock received 223,901 tons of I I but finally found' flaw. They wait until Congress makes another TIlE SERVANT PROBLEMThe I
stockfeed; 3,667 Red Cross units asked the engineer how a person
+ villa Star-Advocate. Go onV'} There's !- I appropriation. servant problem which (Is $4.95
no use being a pessimist I
participated 9285,000 administrative would get off the belt without being -
?t t -- ; I And so on far, far Into the night. the bane of the American house
; 5i' all your life. I cost paid out of Red Cross pitched either Into the Golden wife's existence might be ameliorated I

I. o treasury. Gate or New York harbor. Itseems But what we want to know la If the advice of Mrs. FranklinD. each

: 4t An Oklahoma college professor likes to read with his I. Clothing-844,000 bales cotton, that of the -poor fellow hadn't why the administration should even Roosevelt were followed. She
thought that.
S l y } 55,203,612 readymade garments, consider wasting money on such says: "I should like to
say that aa :
feet propped against the walL When his feet -
; kept slipping: the trifling schemes when there are
92,784,060 yards of cloth distrib- Then, of course there was so I have grown older, one thing
down he just nailed an old pair of house slippers to the wall uted; 5,465,410 families beneficiaries Inevitable suggestion a rocket many really worthwhile things to strikes me more and more forcibly

and now he reads in peace. The news article didn't say so, ; 3,075 counties covered; 3,746 ship to the moon. Its sponsors be done such aa mobilizing an namely, a good mistress makes a

but we bet the professor is a bachelor if he reads in peace Red Cross units participated; were_ trifle greedy, however army of young men to clean old good servant One has no more
$325,000 administrative coat paid they wanted the entire $3.3000,000I I chewing gum from the bottom of right to expect sweat shop hours Off\e\
? with slippers nailed to the wall. I out of Red Cross treasury 000. They thought toll bridges and I theatre seata. and wages In one's own home than Next Door to Poet

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