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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 27, 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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; TrialTo Rough City StreetsTo NRA Withdrawn Money ''Crop; For County Brief SessionCounty Few Take Days AdvantageOf RemainTo Council Gives ; l. U

ftcoby; Be Smoothed Out \ Seen In Broom Corn;

By Relief 'WorkersWork Would Grow )Well Here Court I Tax Discounts City Tax Levy '
!
Hold CenterOf From All Towns -
The attention of city taxpayers
W. F: Holmes of Jacksonville ,
will begin next week on I

Court Stage brick smoothing streets out within the the bumps city In limits.the Less Than 2500 was Interest a visitor of finding here a Friday location in near the I. Here Tuesday : week take Is called now advantage to remains the of fact during the that four which but percent to a Upward Shove ''rs'rsSix'

The work will be done by relief Starke on which to grow a few the current
discount for year. -
acres: of broom corn as an experi
workers employed by the Brad-
Payments during the month of October Additional Mills NecNA&I'Y.'To i
[ Names To Serve As Grand ford County council. Roosevelt Believes That Program ment. Only Four Canes Tried- Several will be discounted that Meet Demand Of i t
jut Of Mr. Holmes says that this sec- Continued Until December
Jurors Have The city council at a meeting Can Succeed Without Village.Compliance amount. The November discountwill Bondholders I IjTne
And FeUt held Monday night appointed C. A. tion of the state is suitable for Term 1r 1rr
Been Drawn be three per cent and In De- -
Futch to supervise the work. raising this product as there la '
tax for 1933 wa*
two cent. levy
cember city
bond, Starke will likely remain unaffected enough phosphate in the soil to A brief session of County Judge's per boosted six mills at a called meet-
$15,000
forfeits
Unless he eliminate the need of much fertilizer Court was held here Tuesday and
executive order issued
andel Scoby, Tampa ball bondsn Pork Now Here by an NRA ; It U his belief that if the the following cases disposed of be- Ing of the' city council held Monday;
Monday withdrawingthe
to have aided In thescape Auto Accident night. This action was taken In
alleged from villages and small towns un- broom corn Is found to grow as fore Judge E. K. Perryman: Y
of Harry Slta- order to meet the demand of bondholders
prison
from der 2,500 There has successfully here as he anticipates, Loyd Johnson was found guiltyof I'' '
ore, international Jewel thief, will population. it can be made to equal strawberries using profane, vulgar, and Inde- for a sufficient levy to
been definite action taken, but
Distribution 4
fall For no Interest and maturities' of '
In the
trial cover
for : i
here this Fatal To One
In sec- Sentence
eturn of circuit court which con- It Is not believed that any business as a money crop cent language. suspend outstanding bonds for the next.
erm tion. ed for thirty days..
here now displaying the blue eagle months. ,
ers Monday. November 6. will remove the insignia because of It is Mr. Holme' wish to find L. M. Murrhee, charged with twelve ?

Scoby's case will be presented toe 4,400 Pounds Brought Here Thuraday this exemption. someone who will allow him to use threatening with gun, was found Youth IJIr From Injuries When The council had previously aet h

grand Jury by State's Attorney : .' Morning-Stored At two or three acres of land for this not guilty. the 1933 levy at twenty mills, the* "
; Car lifts Cow On
The action Is aald to have been
\. S. Crews and If he Is Indicted, Headquarters experimental work. He will furnish George Gilchrist was found Road 28 same as It waa in 1931 and 1Q3X- 1!
of adverse
ate for the trial, Which will at- taken under pressure I' the seed and fertilizer, and guilty of petit larceny and was However, upon advice of City At
court houseere Bradford County's 4,400 pounds farm sentiment, and at the same I torney Floyd Green, It moved to i
ract throngs to the the farmer will be expected to do fined $50.Percy Karl Bohlen

wlU be set by the court. of salt pork arrived here Thursday ,: time protective, NRA chain officials of local announced tribunals a the work. Starling, charged with of Orlando, twentyyearoldyouth was fatally In- reconsider the levy and adopted the* e V
when it stored at local
bondsman was bound morning was Anyone Interested in this proposition petit larceny, was found not guilty following millage:
here
The Tampa to keep merchants hiking jured near Sunday night as
from
.ver' to the grand Jury at a prellm- relief headquarters. It was I prices too high. may write Mr. Holmes at The following cases were con- the car which he was driving General fund, five mills. { ; .

hary hearing: held here July 20 at brought over by truck from 1718 Pearl Street, Jacksonville, tinued until the December term of struck a cow, swerved Into a mailbox Road and bridge fund, two mills. fs H' !

thlch County Judge E. J<. Perryan Gainesville. This first major change in theindustriaPvEcovery Florida. :, court: and turned over three times. Interest fund, sixteen mills. jy j ;

set his bond at 919,000. He It Is likely that the pork will be program wad C. W. Evans, possession of fish The accident occurred near the Sinking fund, three mills. I
distributed by the pay master at taken under an executive order by !
returned to the county Jail, home of D. W Moore on the An agreement of the Ben Hur
;u Key-
headquarters, J. E. Wilson, chair- President Roosevelt forecast by a trap.Henry t .e
ter sent to the prison farm, and Local Boys Leave Coleman, operating auto- stone Heights road. Life Association to accept paymentof y
man of the council, Aid this week. single sentence In his Sunday night !
'ithln a few weeks friends suc- mobile without proper license. The Bohlen boy was struck In $1.20O as Interest on its bonds
In case there are any familiesin address to the nation.
eded In balling him out. Oliver Underbill, driving auto- the and $790 per month Until their defaulted -
the wheel and
body by steering
the county who do not know under the order '
An
The docket for this term or courtill exemption For C.C.C. Camus mobile without license. sustained Internal Injuries. bonds( are paid In full wa
how to cook white bacon (
an ex-
that chain stores, wherever located -
was
be fairly heavy, State'e Attor- i The follownlg cases will be triedIn presented to the council. The city '
tremely doubtful possibility) they Two other of the i
will remain under code occupants au-
W Crews believes, although It will reg- Circuit Court: attorney was Instructed to advise
may receive one of the sheets supplied : ulations. Also small factories, tomobile, J. E. Stephens of Winter
until Mon- Ed Rlgdon, larceny.
definitely And for tbe bond holders to
known
be attorneys ,
jot the Bureau of Economics, Four White Two Colored Park and 49
by those doing Interstate business and owner of the automobile,
true bills the grand: Roy Starling, assault with Intentto
jay bow many forward their coupons to the Bankof
I U. S. Department of Agriculture, those employing more than five Are ChoiM'i\ From This murder. Harold Brosheara, a young hitch- '
[ will return. Starke for payment and to ad-
ry which give twelve recipes for cook- people still have NRA watchingover County.<< Buck Griffis hiker of South Bend, Ind., were in-
breaking and en-
thirty-six names
The following Visa that the payment of $750)) f
Some of the ( +
ing salt pork. recipes them even In the otherwise jured. Stephens received only mi-
list tering.
ere last week drawn from a sound appetizing and are listed as: exempt towns of 2,500 or less. Four white boyd and two colored John Williams Jr. and nor cuts and bruises, and was dismissed would be made promptly.The .
In the breaking
voters coun- '
300 qualified Salt pork in quick breads, salt left Starke Wednesday morning for from the Marr Hospital city clerk was instructed to !
coincided
The order's Issuance
and will serve as grand and pork hash, and salt pork sand- retail Gainesville where they will leaveto entering. Monday but Broshears was severely pay five coupons due July 1, 1033 f
with promulgation of the Andrew Toplln, breaking and en-
Jurors: pork hash, and salt port sand- enter various Civilian Conservation wounded and ia still under on $ ,ooo Issue of refunding bondson
trade code which with
emerged ra tering.
A. Crosby J. H. Fields< wiches Corps Camps In this state. The the care of doctors here. the city light and water plant sk9 "y ''I'I3ttd
price control provision stripped of George Reddish arrest.
E. Rosier Bert HinsonL. ....* six young men represented Brad- resisting .
Harrell, Jr. J. B. Prevatt the ten per cent markup fought by Britt Addison, entering with Intent The accident occurred about 8:00:
ford County's quota in the second
D. Baxter R.. P. Lewis New Loan Set-Up farmer and consumer representatives enlistment for reforestation work. to commit misdemeanor. o'clock aa the young men were returning Corn To Go UnderProcessing

rman Thomas R. A. Newsom Explained To Farmers alike, but so phrased as to The four white boys who were Clifford Crook, assault with Intent from Culbreath, Ga., where {

H Redgrave F. M. NormanJ. give the merchant substantially accepted were Richard Long of to commit murder. they had been taking pictures for r

King A. V, VarnesM. the same protection against destructive Starke, Paul Raymond of Starke, Nat Perry, alias Nat Hicks, and an annual. There was a heavy fog

McRae Aubrey MooreC. The organization of local produc- price cutting by competitors. Henry of and Baby Baker, alias, Baby Hicks, as- which obscured the vision of the Tax
Lawtey
Wainwright ,
Crosby H. I* Norman tion credit associations in the Carolinas sault with Intent to commit mur- driver and made him fall to see a
of Heilbronn
B. D. May I*. B. CrosbyKt Georgia, and Florida will Recognizing the weight of farm George Springs. Starling der. cow on the road until too late to -

Williams H..B. Wiggins be the first duty of the Production sentiment against the price Increases The two colored boys, were Frank I avoid hitting the animal. The au- Product Manufactured\ For Farm.V "
of Columbia, a
7 Edwards J. A. Ellington Credit Corporation for making agriculturalloans. NRA has caused, Hugh S. Parks and Harry.Mitchell, both of Regional Red Cross tomobile swerved and hit a mall en' Own Use Will Be
new set-up
Harttuse L:F. Trtest Johnson, NRA executive Issued a Starke.It ,I box turning over several times Exempt
associations will be
These
V Saxon O. W. Roberts / lengthy statement on the Presi- is expected that another To Meet Next 'Week and almost demolished the light -
basis and en-
C. Ward J. E. Newsom President organized Looney on a county, of the Columbia dent's order which said that while rollment will be made in about two coupe In which the three were rid- A processing tax of twenty-eight ? r''

H. Jones W. H. Norman Corporation, suggests that educa- "It would be a tragic folly to turn weeks. It la not known how many As many local delegates aa possible ing.All cents per bushel on corn has been 9 '

A Anderson W. H. MorganE. tional meetings be held In various millions of the re-employed back on boys will be accepted from Brad- are being urged to attend the three boys were rushed to fixed by Secretary Wallace with

Harper Russell S. McRae parts of all counties where farm- the streets on the argument that ford County at this time. regional conference of Red Cross the Marr Hospital here by D W. the approval .of President Roose i+ ,

ers may be interested in order that thus the cost of living could be chapters of Northern Florida to be Moore, who had heard the crash velt. However, aa in. the case of

they may understand how to obtain reduced" the experience of four County Fee Bill Held in Gainesville Tuesday, Octo- from his home. Bohlen was still wheat, corn .processed for con

our Days Left loans and the benefits to be de- ,months showed the retreat from ber 31. The Alachua County alive but died several hours laterIn sumption by a farmer or membersof 4

rived. small towns could be accomplished' Is Now Under Fire Chapter will act aa host the hospital.The bill household la exempted from l j''' T'

Following these educational without loss to the program. Re- : William Carl Hunt, assistant body of the young man was the levy. ;

t 4 To File Returns meetings, a county meeting should employment and wage increases in The relative value of services manager of the eastern area; Mau- returned to Orlando for burial. The fifth to be levied on one of F

t be called after arrangements have the exempted establishments he rendered by officers In Florida rice Reddy of the disaster staff, Funeral arrangements were In the seven basic commodities defined i ,

been made to have a representative said were not sufficient to offset counties was under considerationby and Nat C. Wilson, field representative charge of DeWItt C. Jones Co. by the Farm Adjustment Act r

mptroller Lee Sets Deadline On of the Production Credit Cor- the hardship caused the merchantsand the Supreme Court this week as for Florida, will be present It becomes effective November 5, t" + 9''

of Columbia to ex- the farmer. It heard arguments in an attack to lead the Interesting discussions the date L !
tti Intangible Tax Drive-Fine poration present Ocala To CelebrateOn same that the hog processing iE
Is Costly plain details and assist the farmersin upon constitutionality of a legisla- being planned.The levy applies.

making application for a charterto tive act reducing fees charged by meetings will be held at the Armistice Day The tax on corn and hogs ia depended "

Tuesday, October 31, Is the lasty the Governor of the Farm Credit Hunting'Licenses officers in counties of more .than Thomas Hotel where luncheon will upon to finance the production r

for filing Intangible tax re- Administration. When It has been 10,000 population. be served for fifty cents per plate. largest ever served 1 lnhrdlushrdl control program for corn and ;

roe In the office of N. D. Wain- determined that a local association The principal question involvedwas There will be sufficient space for A free barbecue, one of the hogs at a maximum cost of approximately ,

ight, county tax assessor. Re- Is needed, a charter will be granted Are Now On SaleCounty constitutionality of the act be- I parking, and if any delegates wish largest ever served in the state, 350000000. t 1
and a business meeting of the cause of its differentatlon between to remain over night this can be
rna for the year 1933 must be will be an outstanding feature of In making the announcement, 4'' t
by that time. It has been an- Incorporators: will be called for the counties according to population. arranged.4II the; celebration of Armistice Day Wallace said the rate of twenty-

, unced by State Comptroller J. M.e. election of directors and the transaction Judge Ferryman Receives There are twenty-eight counties in In Ocala, November 11, under the eight cents per bushel of fifty-six
of other business necessary the stats with less than 10,000 in- ACHIEVEMENT DAY
Blanks 8!*-.on Opens auspices of Marion County Ameri- pounds was the difference between + 1
i I This applies to every resident ofle to perfect tbe organization. The November 20 habitants. FOR LAKE BUTLER can Legion. The people of Bradford the average farm price for field $ '

State of Florida who owned association will then be In positionto Attacking the law attorneys -- as well as other countlea near- I corn and "the fair exchange value* et.. t,

tangibles on January 1, 1933, re- accept applications for loans County Judge E. K. Perryman Is said It allowed charges of approxi- The seventh annual 4-1{ Club by Marlon are Invited to spend the of field corn." +

rdless of their location. Initial capital for local associa- calling to the attention of sportsmen mately fifty per cent more In achievement day will be held in day In Ocala, enjoy the barbecueand The fair exchange: value la "parltY' 7

Every resident having cash In tions will be secured by the sale of that hunting licenses for the smaller counties than it did for Union County at Lake Butler participate In the celebration. ''' price, or the amount which P

I bank, stocks In corporation, their class A stock to the Produc- season which opens November 20 the same service In the school building on Saturday, Octo- Following tbe barbecue, which corn must bring to have the purchasing -

ads, leases, notes and mortgages, tion Credit Corporation of Columbia are now on sale at his office. The larger counties. They describedIt ber 28. will be served about noon, there power it had in the period yt 's

ndltional bills of sale, contracts Funds eo obtained will be licenses also!( cover the trapping as class legislation, discriminatory The club boys and girls and the will be a program of public speaking from 1909 to 1914.

other intangibles Is subject to used to purchase suitable securities season which opens December 1. in nature and also contendedit club women will place their prod and the new American Legion The corn tax regulations prescribe r

''s return. to be pledged with the Intermediate Prices Including the Judge's fee, was invalid because its title pro ucts on exhibit during the morning memorial home will be dedicated 'conversion factors that fixa

The penalty for failure to make Credit Bank of Columbia in are as follows: vided it would apply.to all counties, and the Judging will be finished by former Governor William B. tax for all floor stocks held by'' 'i
>18 support of the local associations' although one section exempted cer- noon. The Judging will be
return Is a fine of not more done by Sweet of Colorado personal representative processing establishments, wholesalers
0u. to that bank. The Inter- Resident county game license, tain counties. the state leaders
$500 liability (
or confinement In the of Director Hugh S. and others, on the date the
lJ.f aty jail for not more than six mediate Credit Bank will extend to $1.25; resident other than home After dinner beginning at 1:30: Johnson of the National Recovery tax goes Into effect. Presumably,
,f nths! the local association a line of credit county game license, $3.25; resident Governor Believes State tile boys and girls will '
or both In the discretion of. put on a Administration, will make the prin- retailers will be given thirty days ,
court.: equal to approximately five times state game license, $8.00? nonresident program of songs, talks and demonstrations cipal address. to( get rid of stocks on hand e
J. It the securities pledged, such creditto state game license. $25.50; To Secure' PJY..A. Funds jl
'
Lee
State regarding their club .
Comptroller wilt There will be an all-day carnival. Corn. products which will be tax.
resident fur animal license,
R (ores this law rigidly It Is said. be represented by Atlsfactoryfarmers' county work. SUM leaders from Gainesville Free prizes will be given to vial- ed .aa floor stocks Include corn
93,50 non-resident fur ani-
county
;
that be discounted Without
notes and
may explaining Just what Tallahassee
will be pres- tots meal, corn flakes (breakfast foocltypepearl
In the afternoon football : p
it r Will.'sponsorHallowe'en for the association by the mal license, $25.90; resident state procedure the state would follow, ent and will talk on club work and fans will have ; or table hominy corn-
an to ,
Intermediate Credit Bank. The Interest fur animal license, $25.50; resident but extremely optimistic over the other subjects of Interest to all. opportunity starch dextrlnes {
witness the football glucose
contest be- syrupa J
Contest earned by the funds pledged other than county of residence fur prospects, Governor Sholtz and The awards will tl"
a be '
: given by the tween Daytona Beach and Ocala.At and sugars, corn oil,, corn gluten' "
as security goes to the local association animal license, $10.60; non-resident party of Florida public works, agricultural county and home agents. feed and meal.
there corn gluten
night will be a dance in
It.a state fur animal license $100.50.
ere will be a Hallowe'en cos- to help pay its expense of and Industrial commlsmlsslonen An Invitation Is extended to everyone the Urge auditorium of the No estimate of the amount ex..'
e and Is In addition to in- Fishing licenses, which are good have returned from to new r y
Party for the children Mon- operation come out and see the ex- Legion home.STARKE. pected from the tax on corn was
Y terest obtained from local loans. for a year from the date of Issu- Washington, confident that mil- hibits and attend s'
night, October 30, at the Rita the program: In made by the administration, although -
loans from ance, are priced as follows: ions of dollars would the t,
roue. Farmers may secure coon be flowng afternoon. '
Many
I Prizes will be given Resident state fresh water fishing HOTEL: GUESTS the greater part of the. 'w f
of hose having| the best costumes. the local association for the into public works projects in ... I grain ia fed without processing.
II ,M of license, $3.23; non-resident this state. AUTOMOBILE
here ran of au duction and harvesting prO-I JUMPS TRACKA The
aces are eligible levy on hogs starts at
Those fifty
fresh water license registered at the Starke
county fishing ,
wing breeding, raising, and The state' previously baa been sedan cents "
grown-up children. The high-powered In which hotel per hundred pounds of "live '
I Mr. and Mrs.
the $3.25; non-resident state fresh water balked In to obtain recently were: 4
ace for attempts
will livestock cr public tour
select the winners. men were returning to Jacksonville Fred animal. It will be Increased at
t your livestock and poultry products. fishing license, $10.90; resident works funda because of Constitutional Simmons Jamestown, N. Y.; '
costume from the football In Intervals until it ia
ready now. game $2 per hundred
Mrs. Iva
additional county fresh water fish Cannon and children
rtber made at a rate which
will be provisions
particulars at the Rita Such loans prohibit Gainesville left the highway abouta pounds by next February 1. Thla
.u ing license, $1.25.: Jamestown, N. Y.; Mrs Albert
atre. of interest not to exceed three per the state from pledging Its credit. mile south of Lawtey Saturday. rate 'Is to continue through the
Mentor, Syracuse, N. Y. Miss Rose
;
of the
rate
the discount After numerous conferences the
cent above
CHAINS MAY OPERATE: night and struck out through the Elliott New 1933-34 and 1934-33 hog marketing k ; 1 1year.
i which Is Florida Haven, Conn.; R. M.
VRRIAQE LICENSES I Intermediate Credit Bank Governor and his delegation woods, finally coming to( rest In a .. "
aunty I cent annum. Under A petition for an injunction to appeared to have arrived at I Evans, F. W, Ward. Tampa; Mr.
Judge K K. Perrymanlsaued now 3V4 per per cypress swamp after turning over Processing taxes have been lev.. "
the conditions the rate of Inter restrain five chain store organlzalona some sort of agreement with Secretary and Mrs Robert Murray Syracuse,
present
following marriage several time. None of the led also
occupants wheat
I on cotton and tobacco -
through in from using N y.. Mr and Mrs. E. Marcman,
i e farmer borrowing operating Tampa Ickes, public work administrator -
est to '
during a
the past two of the automobile, whose and one 'la contemplated for 1t r'
.. a production credit association merchandising methods allegedto whereby the state may ob- name. were not learned here, were ; New !Haven Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. milk.. v+

'UaleU! Judd and Josephine Raul- would be SV4 per cent. be unfair to Independent merchants aui these funds for needed pro seriously injured. W. S. Ceamer Cedar Rapids N. S.; .

I '. A farmer must own class B stock was dismissed in Federal Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers. Frank -

Williams and Amy Groover. (may be deducted from proceeds of Court Wednesday by Judge Alexander ects.Governor Sholtz sale he had "re CHRISTIAN CHURCH Miller Asbury Park. N. J.; Mr. and BIRTHS .s.1'

loan) valued at not leas than five Akerman. The petition was calved sufficient encouragement to Mrs. E. W Badger Berkeley Ca.: Mr. and Mra. Frank Norman. a ..4

- .rti: ner Coleman and Thomas Evelene per cent of the amount of his loan. filed by Robert H. Givens Jr. believe our program will be acted "ThePresent Crisis" will be the Mr. Percy Martin, Rlchford. Vt.j Starke, boy, October, 21.

Class B stock carries voting privi- Tampa lawyer acting for himself upon favorably by the govern subject of the sermon Sunday at Mr. and Mra. Van Warner, St. Al- Mr. and Mra. Richard B. Lang, ,

g' Polk and Martha Groover. leges for the election of officers against the S. H. Kress & Co.; F. ment.. 11:00: a.m. bans, N. J.; L. W. Plumber, Roch- Highland, boy October 22. f

and directors: and shares equally W. Woolworth Company; W. T. All are cordially invited to at. eater N. Y.; J. E. Stephens, Winter Mr. and Mrs. 1:. E. Wa dln. ,

a ee COOBUU: of solidified moe- with Class A stock In the distribution Grant Company; J. C. Penney An Englishman baa Invented a tend. Haven; II. V. ;Milton..Palm Beach; Waldo, .girl. October 23. ,

arranged In hexagonal crya- of dividends. No( stock In the Company and the Great Atlantic golf club with a hole In Its head to W. E. DAUGHERTY Miss Marjorie Prontor Mr. and Mr.and Mra. Roy Carter, Starke, ;

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1 I } ? TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 ,
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; Yr'r Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. Ads Nlmmo, Cor. Ml. Taelma Rhoden, Cor. Ithoda Zelaler. Car. t 1 IIIADE
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i ::4' Miss Doris Burney of Lawtey Revival services at the Methodist Miss Essie Crawford was visiting Maklon Holsopple of Quaker- e CTht.

r4,1 the week-end with her cousins Church are progressing nicely Mills Ethel Davis Monday. town, Pa., Is visiting his nephew, r ; .

Y ySif? ', d spent, Misses Louise and Agnes S.ipp, and will continue throughout the Quite a crowd attended the Ice J. I. Carstensen, and family cSJJlAHN'.J,6
of this section. week. Everybody are Invited.A. cream supper given at the home of Mrs. Emma Carstensen of Ver-
r Mr. and Mrs. Russell Judd Wednes- din Ill. Is her son, J. I. '
visiting
T. N. \
1k / ,, H. :M. McRae was visiting A. burden and family of Mon- V.G
tap
s day night. Caratenaen, and family. ., !
? Norman Sunday afternoon. tlcello were guests of Mr. Durden'a o
Miss Hilda Forsyth of Jacksonville Mrs. B. F. Hall and children of
6 and
Mr and Mrs. Leroy Norman I mother Mrs. T. J. Durden, last ..
is this week with her M. Hall
children were the guests of her Sunday.Mrs. spending Starke were visiting Mrs. .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. For- w
parents, !>ir. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, I Thomas Dyal, who has been i Saturday. Mrs. I r
Mrs. M. Hall and daughter,
Sunday. I her Mrs. R. Parker syth.Quite '
visiting daughter,
a large crowd attended Florence Williamson, and Mrs. C. .z #
Browning I I of High Springs has returned prayer meeting at the'" home of A. Youngblood were business visitors .
I! to her home.
parents, Mr and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Mrs. Nettle Starling Tuesday to Starke Thursday.Mrs. .
; i Sunday Mrs. Leo Wiggins is spendingthis night. R. M. Hersey Mrs. Clyde ,- a ewJ
.1 } Miss Hazel Sapp spent Saturday week with her mother, Mrs. J. Clarence Moore Earl Parmenterand Hersey, and Mrs. C. Alford were k, ,

la t night with her slater, Mrs. P. D. M Maxwell of Jacksonville. Spencer Crawford all attended visitors to Starke Thursday.Miss .

?c" ;1 Reddish I| Proto H. B. Wiggins, principal of church at Saxon Sunday night. Owelda Hall of Starke was

r :Mrs. Mamie Williams and son, 'the II I Brooker school, spent the week- I Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke and visiting her mothers, Mrs. M. Hall,

Albtrt, of Jacksonville were visitIng end with his family nere. ; Miss Virginia P. Moore of Tallahassee Monday night.

relatives: and friends here Sun- Mrs. Kate Sparkman of Waldo were visiting at the home Mr. and :Mrs. T. L. Maxwell and
of Mrs. Cora Jones Saturday.We children, Doris and Theodore, of
:))4'I day I i iII. i has recently been a business visitor
,'F:y,'' M. McRae and children were are all very glad to know Baltimore, Md, are visiting at the
here.Mrs. that Mrs. George llobley Is up home of S. R. Swindell.
,: visiting Mr and Mrs. T. N. Nor-I| H. J. Crlbbs Is visiting her
I, S man Wedntsday. again after being confined to her :Mr and Mrs. R. C. Paul of Tav-
daughter, Mrs. Wilmot Brown of
"j. Miss Bessie Woodle was visiting Theressa. bed for several weeks. arres, Mrs. Bessie Andrews and

(: ,' !k Misses Audrey and Mildred Norman The Home Demonstration Club Mrs. Jack Slfnpy and small daughter -
t;. Sunday. I|i F. H. Hazen was a business visi- .held Its regular meeting Tuesday at : of Leesburg, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.

Misses Elizabeth Harnage and. tor to Starke last Thursday.Mr. i the school house. Miss Pearl Jor- rlagan of Hampton, and Miss Ida

Ly j! Hazel Sapp were the guests of and Mrs. James Genann of dan, agent, gave a very Interesting Hagan were dinner guests of Mr.

1t Y (I a'' Mrs. P. D. Reddish Thursday aft- ':'i Gainesville\ are spending a few talk: on contests and Mrs. H. D. May Sunday. 14e6EsrN

4 ?*'4 ernoon. I]|;days with Mrs. Genann's sister Mr. and Mrs. William, Packham

) ; I'' }; Mr. and Mrs. F. Shaw of the 'Mrs., Claude L. May. and Mr. a"d Mrs. Roy Dennison T GG F.l.OlUGR.

r ; State Farm were visiting relatives I II Jack Prlngle of Waldo was the BROOKER and chllJren! of Waldo were visitingat / TIIG rNT/ E iY 4 ..7
in this section the! home of W. W. Packham
I Sunday afternoon. \!guest of his cousins, L. A. and W..
Miss Minnie Lou Howard of i I R. Pringle, this week. Mho Vera Gainer, Cor.:: Sunday.::: : .sOVTH t: ';: *::.f11 "r14'A6AIOJJAi

I Georgia was visiting Misses Agnes Rev. Rldenour of Gainesville will lit"a. S. R. Clarke and daughter, ,
J And Louise Sapp Sunday afternoon. I Juanita, spent the week-end at
| at the
preach Baptist Church next
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Miss Rlva I'a.rrlm
Raiford with
A large crowd attended relatives.
prayer :Sunday:,; night at 7:30: o'clock. '
meeting at the home of Mr. and This community was saddened .
en, Mrs. Woodle Friday night. I. Mrs. J. C. Jones and son, Lamar last Thursday night, when the COURT PERMITS AUDIT lEr i3'2Oss't
1' T. N. Norman and daughter, of Tallahassee have been spendinga death angel entered the home of x' {+i'rlA,

4 Helen, attended church at Corinth week with Mrs. Jones' mother, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Parrish and SEBRINO-Circuit Judge Par-
I Sunday. Mrs. Mattie A. Ward. took from their midst their daughter ker has dissolved ,the temporary '

Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter and Miss Rlva Parrla. She was injunction restraining employes of '
''i J. D. Carter were visiting Mr. and seventeen years old October 6. She comptroller J. M. Lee from proceeding /

,', Mrs J. A. Harnage Monday. GRAHAM leaves to mourn her loss her parents with the audit of financial rec- v Hsi s
"'l r Mr. and Mrs. Avery Parrish; ords of the City of Avon Park. The

An easily adjusted and easily Hlaa Ellen .r......., c.... two brothers, J. D. and Randolph; audit started by order of Governor --
three sisters, Elease Vera Dell anda Sholtz and on petition of Avon
,
read
magnetic gauge has been invented miles north of Cedar Kc .
Park Made famous all over the world by gulf 15 ;
to measure the strain younger one; and a host of other taxpayers was stopped by
railroad rails bridge members and Qn Mrs. Earnle Yarbrough and relatives and friends. the injunctive proceedings. It was Stephen Foster's immortal song "Old Long identified in song and story with

t steel buildings framework. daughter, Irene, were visiting Au- The funeral services were con- understood the auditing work will Folks at Home," the SUWANNEE RIVER the Old South, the beautiful MAGNOLIAis

tum Youngblood and family of ducted at the residence by Rev. G. be resumed Immediately.. typifies a spirit of romance achieved by also made distinctive because of the

Waldo over the weekend.Mrs. E. McGauiey. The remains were no other American river. It is a beautiful huge size of its blossoms which are often

t L : a POSITIVE UELIEPI 1 M. Little and sons Earnest laid to rest in the family lot at MIAMI AFTER GIANTS stream bordered on both sides by magnificent more than eight inches across. The magnolia -

; and Homer Little and Mrs. Alice Elzies Chapel. MIAMI BEACH-Investigation semi-tropic vegetation for most of was named after Pierre Magnol,

I Barber and daughter, Margaret, of I'olk-Groovor of possibilities of raising $10,000 to its length, which is about 170 miles. The 1638-1715, professor of medicine at Mont-

M PILES home Klsslmmee of Mr.were and Mrs.visiting L. C.at Smith the L. D. Polk and Miss Martha have the New York Giants establish Suwannee rises in Georgia, west of the pellier. It is one of our largest evergreens

t'cr. ,; I AODblq racial pair .Iaa.... last Friday.Mr. Groover were quietly married by winter training quarters here great Okeefenokee swamp and enters the and is considered the most handsome.The .

1 ,.to aoolhlnir comfort *lmot in* and Mrs. Frank Eld. L. D. Johns at his home Thurs was started Thursday by city coun
; .....tI,.. nat la tho relief ALL] worth of Starke were visitors Hollings-here day, October 18. They will resido cil. A committee was named to LEWIS W. PHILLIPS TRAP FOR FLIES orang-outang seldom walks|
r .. .afferor. obtala from 'HEMO-; at his home study the problem of raising the erect.
here.
62 died at his MADISON-With the
Sunday. Lewis W. Phillips, prevalence!
P FREE. W. tapport this .(. ....* asked -
the Giants' -a-
4'' .With a _...,.....ck .........t_. Lem Parrish returned home last Local guarantee by home here on October 19. He was. of screw worms in this section, Fort built of brick.
Sumpter was
If you are tortured by pile. yool Saturday after a visit In Plant manager, Bill Terry, and was em- born in Nassau. County but duringthe several
are beginning to use a trap
t II. P. and Everette to
j bare probably tried many to-called Galney son, powered invite here for a conference past several years had made
ear*. Do not Judge HEMO FREE City.Mr. were transacting business in Jack. after a guarantee Is made. for the screw worm flies. One of
I and Mrs. Frank Reynolds his home here where he was em- IIH. GKO. L. imKrHSO
Y ,by p>it disappointment. It. action and Mrs.Reynolds' sonville Monday. ployed as a carpenter. Interment the traps is on display at a local
children were CLINICCOYTINES
ila positive:, almost miraeulou. la \ visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mlntz of NEW LEMON GROVE RECTAL
(..... of Itching bleeding, oxterae). I parents In the Brooker Jacksonville spent Sunday here took place in Crosby cemetery.., shop, containing a number of the : OPF-11110,
section Funeral arrangements were in dead screw worm flies and other
protruding, or Internal pilot. Sunday.H. LAKE WALKS: Ground was .
with her >
Mr and
Mrs.
| L. H.
R............ how joyona life) ......|, T. Phinney of Palatka was a R. Gainey.. parents, broken here this week preparatoryto charge. of the DeWitt C. Jones kinds of flies and roaches along Without Mlnx>n and Interraptlnn annex-Infra Dr reallmthe
infer..Iol.at pain tabbed you visitor here last Friday.We the planting of a 160-acre lemon Company. with these pests.ANNOUNCEMENT. full operation of Dr. l.ro..IUlrkerann'a .
Into dull Rev. G. E. McCauley held serv- Clinic at Jar.NOmt -
price! .. happine mUary. .by R..I" that i, are sorry to report that Rhue ices at Hampton Sunday.Mr. grove on the southeast shore of The _... aurremUul .".1-
ending
fore alt"
Is ment and conaertatUe .u6"
McKlnney on tht sick list. We is
Lake Caloosa. The development
.nd olio .
HEMO-FREE. If you and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and are offered all who nufft-r Iron
: wish, pay poUiaan upoa ."....,..! wish him a speedy recovery. children of Jacksonville are spendIng being undertaken by H. W. Ben. Pile. and Itectal l1Iers, ..... n..dd.e. .
S..d'tb.) coupon today. NOW la'tb \' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Estes of time nett and son and when completedwill Dn. E. F. THOMAS. Veterinarian from Veterinary ClinicGalneavllle.. I .. remain the mini. J-:::,
some here with her
parents Florliln, will... In Stark! Fret and Main Street.!
best tim. Waldo were visitors here Sunday. represent the largest commer- Third Wedneadara of earn month
:Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
tl HEMO LABORATORIES Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wasden of Gainey. cial in Florida. Sixteen at F. C. Ifolllmrawortm. office lie will be prepared to take rare of WHITE! FOR FRED IIOOKIET
452O Wt Pico grove dl...... of all llteatork. poultry, ... I
Blvd. Patterson, Ga. dose ete. lloapltal" .nltl. located DICKERSON SISSOV OJMCJCKSOVIII.K
1 t were visiting here Grover Cleveland was married In thousand trees will be set out in I
w Lo. Angela., Calif. In Galneavllle at O.tO Weat Ma.o.ie.ft .
over the week-end. the White : :, FI.OI.III\
House. initial ,
Encloied I. $1.00 for full tao the planting. I

tub of HEMOFREE.City. .
I II'1am.. 1 Ut lttAl1' 11111.I .. UiN 1UAUN' ;b: 1 Id i 1.
$ Addr.n.. .. .::...... .. .J : JJy L. F. Van Zrlm

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1 : BOATS' -u> RENT tr I YA CANT TELL MEI
,.. <;5Ti2CET3 Dar HOUR OIZ fiEPRJN.; I ITbS LCMB. -' IT% Hi9I f ....,..,
LEADING MEtiv3Ptt'ER. I MONBV SHE'SMAIN AFTEfZ
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BANKER COYNE MAN sT. OH M.rA. CO'it1E. ""

o' I 1 Ir1 1// STILL ROMEOIMG\ 'W TALK' JUST LIKE CUTE UTTL.E%

r THE OTHER BIG &tNKERS' TNljll( M
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OVCIZ & INANC1E2! I 193TU.L OH MEAVC.H3' ,,, 1)

: 17% FOLLOWS 1: EXAMPLE WAKES / / \ J s

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SAFER YESTtRDAY "ME TdOk'r: I i C1
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that new Goodyear RIU.1& : Ti+EIR I ---' .-

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i .r no unnecessary TAKE MY ft\ UGH OH. LOOK AT YOUR
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VOLUME ONE STAKKE FJ.OIUD.FJUDAY., OCTOBER 27, 1933 NUMBER! SEVEI



EDITORIALS FRESHMEN HAVE I SCHOOl DAYS By DWIG TIGERS POUNCE ON TORNADOES ;

STAGE FRIDAY I DOWNING LOCAL ELEVEN 32-6; flt\ I


Devoted.- to the Bent Interest of FOR PROGRAMVaried I, PLAY AT ST. AUGUSTINE TONIGHT; : I

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL + ;n
Entertainment Furnished 1Ii' Night Game Mill Be Bradford's Carter And Strickland Stand Out,] 'H
Patrons and Alumnae.
Students, Audience By Coach Larson's First Experience Under For B. II. 8. Against ,& i.it.i

Room I : Lights Lake City "if .f
EDITORIAL, STAFF i /L. II l1:\rfl

Coach Larson's Ninth Grade Tonight Coach Larson will pit B. H. S. Tornadoes went gunning ( ,N'<'

Kitty IIoC 8npp edEdltorlnCbletporothY _.A t. EdItor-ln-Chlef room presented its first chapel pro- J'# his fighting Tornadoes against for big game Friday, but failed to1., ;; '

gram of the current term last Fri- Pick Pierson's Kitterlinus High bag the cunning Lake City TIgerJijfi'! )/ '|

S, K. John ___Manning Editor day, a period of varied entertain- Mullets at St. Augustine. The Tornadoes The locals stepped a bit too far out, 'J' ,
Harley...A t. Manag; Editor
Sumter ment well delivered by artistic and will probably 'be under a of their class and were forced ton,. I, '

Lia l Long.____ --__Exchange. Editor talented freshmen (and girls). A disadvantage, since this will be yield to the powerful running attack -, 'f
Marwlck__A st. Ex. Editor 'I
Dorothy wide variety of stagedom'a traits their first experience under the of Columbia High's Tigers by J'.
Louise Jackson._____Literary Editor was excellent represented.First floodlights. In St. Augustine, the a 32-6 score. It was the first defeat "fl

Louise, Snyder AMU Literary Editor was a reading, "Being Tornadoes will be facing a team Bradford has suffered In !:; 1\j[;!\

Lester Schnell_-_____-_Sport* Editor Brave At Night," by Katie Fugate.In probably as strong as that of Lake starts this season. However ( I'"':;Y'

Leslie Blgis_____A st. Sports EditorLois child lingo she explained why City, which gave the Tornadoes a was at the hands of 'one of tOUr'j ') ,

Adklns.__--_____Society Editor she "wathn't stared of da dak." 32-6 defeat last week. The Mullets strongest conference teams In :u

Henry Godwin_-_____-_.Joke EditorA Then, all in one jump, were seat- recently trounced Live Oak, 38-0), section of the state, and } i v l''

V Anderson Jr., Aast. Joka Editor ed before a stage In Hollywood, while the Tornadoes took their no means put a black mark agalnfit'I I!
.______________
Reporter
Lester Austin Entertainment and, passing before our very eyes measure by a scant 12.() score. the Tornadoes. Coach Larson's'' \ ')

Martha Brownie*_ otter were such notables as Marline That, In figures, shows them to be charges proved to be a stubborn!I .<- ''t

Primary and Elementary Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Robert : stronger than wo by over three teRm to cope with-.they carried,;.,, 1 I (

Montgomery, and other reel rulers, touchdowns--which Is something plenty of fight all the way, ana-, j j'
Keep ahead of the game I represented by freshmen. r : S to think about. However, the Tornadoes wero not a beaten team until the4' I r

-0- Back to B. H. S. and "Give Me a a have been improving since final whistle blew. They gave all4, 1. 1 '

Lust Coil For Deposit Little Kiss," a cute little song bya that time and it Is very likely that they had, but it simply waan'ti\'|,\ !

Seniors, bring your money for a cute little miss, Florlce ShcpparcK they will go places tonight, although enough. S "

deposit on your ring right away if She followed It with a nifty tap- they will be up against a Beforehand, Coach Hooser cfi 1

you wish to get It before Christ- dance. Martlle Hemingway was ac / first rate team. Lake City regarded the Tornado,! y y

mas, for the order la to be sent off companist. ; /1 I ae as a warm up foe for his team, but! ''riff! ; ; ,: m
at an early date. Next we were carr,?d back to -J TUB SCIIKUULK! he probably came down a when,]! fll; I ,

--- -- the cotton fields of ol' Vlrginny, We They he saw his praised eleven actua.llyof W
---
and took in a comical blackface E: ..t. 29--Llve Oak_______12 0 :
Vocation outplayed by the Tornadoes In,r : iI! :,
vaudeville skit, with Edward Bag- (there) .
many departments.The
We are to have a holiday today well and S. G. Denmark furnishingthe !! : f :, Oct. Alachua (here.13) 6 "j[ .11

while the teachers go to Gaines- fun. Oct. 14-New Smyrna_____13 6 strong Tiger passing: attack / fY..i.

ville. Of course we are so sorry "I Gotta Get Up and Go to (there) failed to gain a single yard through. :

that we will be unable to attend! Work," sung by six Ninth Grade Oct. 20-Lake City________ 6 32 this route: not one pass were they,} 1.51,11\' V
all have a good time thla there able to Slip over the heads of : ; !Ii:
Let's lassies, and accompanied by Mar- ( ) they
week-end-try to go to St. Augus- tile Hemingway. f: Oct. 27--St. Augustine (there). so-called warm-up foes, yet "

tine-and be good and ready to Margie McMillan took the stage r Nov. 3--High Springs (hero). took nine desperate chances, only t1 ;
to see each one come to naught. On: ;' I f '
start back to work again Monday for "Gulseppe Pomnassl," Interest- Nov. 10---Pulatka (there). 'r(
'
morning. ing reading. Nov. 17-New Berry (here-Home- the other hand, they saw twelve., \ 1"out (

Speaking of vacations, the Seniors Lastly came the "Bradford Fac- q coming). of twenty Tornado passes completed '+ ,f'

are having a vacation 'from ulty Fashion Show," portraying the Nov. 24-Cross City ( ). for a total gain of 112 yards*,

"Tickets to English Class." Some solons. of alma mater in years gone Nov. '30- -Jasper (there). The Tigers were also unable to ,' i I
A t4
the Tornado
-- penetrate line very!
students however do not regret by, In duds typical of the day. "\
this for It had become fun to write Here are ladles and their male PROFESSOR GRAY effectively and practically all their] I'""j, ':' .
the cards. If each student would representatives: STOCK COMPANYIN sizeable gains were confined to the:; 'I,!! f\\

or make her it a teacher habit of wishes doing what and not his Mrs. Carpenter, by Donald Stil- URGES STUDENTSTO _I HEARD ENGLISH CLASS [[Elementary News] outfit ends. the In scoring Tornadoes on the accomplished'Columbia j'\(\ ,;.j 'r.f'.;,/ 1 1a

ley.Mrs. feat that few other conference 'I "
"grumble" about it there would be Long, by A. B. Whitehead TEMPERANCERule TO PRODUCE PLAY .
Starke well at teams have found possible. When
a big improvement In B. H. S. Mrs. Hoffman, by J. C. Wynn. was represented SIXTH GRADE I 'J
the football game .In Lake City the Tornadoes scored on the Tiger ', ):
Mrs. Alderman, by Arthur Swa-- Should Include :
Eating, (Miss Strickland's Room
and all of the Spoken English Clans Names ) reserve team in the last
Friday, girls were period( ,) ;J'
"Book reports due! It does Talking, Spending, Saving, We ,
bom.Mrs. New Theatrical Group For are making a big effort to Coach ;' "
Hooser
dressed in the saw it
was 11t
stylishly
new
very necessary- )
seem as though we hear that rather Demorest. by Arlle Spon- lie Suys Teacher win the health banner which Is offered -
often, doesn't itT How a month holtz. fall colors. Our two good looking for the best to send back his regulars to halt,;' j '';t;.
room.
does fly. Why not get a book out Mrs. Wall, by Andrew Taylor. Temperance includes safety, cheer leaders, Martha Brownleeand The We're putting health the Tornado attack, finding the"q' f1
Spoken English class of B. up postersto :
Pearce Tornadoes with' !
Mary looked stun- a dangerous team 1 ;,
of the library today and start on Miss Middleton, by Albert temperate living, temperate think- very :
H. S., under the direction of Miss help us think of what it meansto r
which to .
In their fall outfits. Lillian season his 1
ning
new
that! report. Then you will be Kreuse.. Ingcool, calm, collective, serious Hazel Middleton, are progressing be healthy. second-string; J .I, I' ;t. '
through. It pays to "Keep Ahaedof Mrs. Perkins, by Charles Fender. -temperate action or living. Everyone Sternberg looked very attractive rapidly. JEAN DAVIS During the entire game, only''' ," i' 5ry
They
Mrs. in a new blue dress. Lulu was can give with easea Reporter. one Injury weakened the Bradford''J( :
Perkins
Game.
the sang "Old Folks at should be temperate in his 'vl
Home," amid likes there with a bang in her new swag- three-minute speech very nicely; outfit, while the Tornadoes seat;! '" ,i:
o roaring acclamations. and dislikes; temperate in activities you should 'em I FIFTH GRADE
We are very proud of the effortsof By the vote of three Judges of the I for or against certain policies ger suit. Georgia looked very goodIn see ( Miss Perkins' Room several of Coach Hooser'a %: ,,,1M t "I

the Spoken English class. They audience, she was elected "Miss including the liquor traffic. a new dress and hat. Lois Long The latest in spoken English We enjoyed Jack Halle's) visit stringers from the field with Iii r : ;j;: (.
and Marjorie Stump were adorable class Is the organization of the juries, carving the to''li ;;
roster
Tiger ,/
very kindly sewed up the hem of Bradford High. There are usually two sides to a Wednesday Jlt, 1
morning. He
Mr. In their new outfits. Miss Roslyn "Middleton Stock Company." They played a forty-nine down somewhat "
in "
the curtain the auditorium Gray after making an- question. The greatest philosophersof
which was very much in need of at- nouncements, called upon such the past have been mediators and Miss Annie Mae looked strik- are going to go high In the theatrical couple of for popular songs on his harmonica As a whole however. [ :, !r.llf..r: tot' ; ..\
main blue and brown : world I assure You. In fact us. We hope he will has
middle-men respectively.Mrs. a great team. The entire
tention. players as Strickland Carter, half-way ground occu- visit us again squad ,
Chapman, Packham, Harrell, Edwards piers-half between the old and Hoffman reminded me of the I they have already produced a one soon. shows signs of having had excellent' n 9r.

Cooper and Inman for their new, the progressive and conserva- front page of "Vogue" in her new act play, "Soft Shoulders." They We have started making health coaching. Dodging and whirling,; j (

opinion of the forthcoming clash tive, radicals and orthodox, traditional blue swagger suit with matching are working on a more difficult one booklets. We try to make a page the Tiger backs time after tlnaa*;
with Columbia and accessories. now. named "Hlstl! She's a Man." each day. So far we have made marched through for
great '
[GRIDIRON GOSSIP] High at Lake City. superstltlonal, common- gains
The boys displayed fine spirit.P. sense, Plato, Arlstole, Heraclitics While standing on the sidelinesat They are planning on giving their three pages. We hope to have them always having at least one man fir

S.: THEY won the game. Socrates, Plato, Arlstole, Jesus- the game In Lake City Friday I public a break and appear on a finished soon so that we can show ahead to wipe out the secondaryjjj whoa r"

Coach Larson Says- all occupy this group. happened to hear some of the sideline to chapel program soon. They wish them to Mrs. Alvarez, our health Keeping the ball well hidden t 1"'L f e)

"My boys played fine ball al Temperance should mean temperance chatter. An S. A. E. from make one request-that is that nurse. ways paved the way for some long "
their fans
through the game. I am not at all in eating, talking, working Lake City said that Starke may post office! do not overwork the In our language work we are runs Superb interference also ;

disappointed over their showing. A AUNT spending, saving, judging your not have a good football team butIt learning to write letters. We have played a great part In winning the .

Southern Conference official told [SASSYFRASSCOLUMN fellowmen. The greatest mistake of surely had some good looking written to several different companies game The whole team was f- ,''.

me that my team is one of the best the young people today is probably girls. SCHOOL TO GET for samples of their prod- tremely fast, especially in tackling.;'

he has ever seen as far as all- intemperate living. They under- Evelyn Stump, a B. H. S. graduate FLAG ucts, such as soap, toothpaste, and They not only stopped their num ,

around smartness is concerned.The mine health, shorten life, dissipate spent the week-end In Starke FOR POLE cereals. We hope they send them in his tracks, but layed him there.;, ,,,

Columbia boys got all the energy and render themselves use- with her parents. Evelyn has recently to us A splendid running attack, as well '4' +

good breaks during the game, and' Starke, Florida. less to themselves and others of been pledged to the Zeta Students Are Collecting Funds Birthdays: Emmaline Morgan as an airtight defense no doubt;$

the score is no indication of" the 0$_ 26, 1933. this civilization. Tau Alpha sorority in Tallahassee. For Purchase) ThroughContributions was twelve, and Elizabeth Wells won the game for the Columbia's

type of ball my boys played." Dear Aunt Sassyfra...*: Miss Hazel Middleton, a member of was ten last week. High Tigers. "'

I read your column last week, MORGAN INSPECTS the B. H. S. faculty, Is a Z. T. A. ELIZABETH WELLS : The Lineup
What Note and it Interested me very much. I The Bradford County High Reporter. Lake City (32) Starke ((6) ,
also.Mary
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Sullivan Carter pulled a neat have a little problem of my own PRIMARY GRADES Brownlee, an ex-student of School will soon have a new flag FIFTH GRADE McCoIsky LBJL.T Wails?!' t p' i

trick Friday that probably even that I want you to help me solve. B. H. S., Is a pledge of the Sigma to embellish the beauty of the long, (Miss Pearce's Room) Hutchinson Packhaui,' h

Coach Hooser will be walking I was very flattered when I discov- Improvement Here Reported By K..ppa sorority. Miss Mary Ca- slender flag pole that stands out We are going to have Hallo Frallck (C) LaRQ Johns,'

around scratching his head abouta ered that I was elected the most State Health Official nova, also a B. H. S. graduate, is In front of the school. we'en party. Some of a Wilson C HarrellTorode.j
us
- trick rarely found even in col- dignified Senior; but I don't know On Visit a member of this sorority. We are trying to raise the money to be dressed like ghosts are, witches going Shepard ;', ''t
just why I was chosen. I A. E. Wall, Jr. for the flag Milton RT InmaaVl
leges: Carter took the kick-off in thought spent the weekend through contributions cats, etc. I think we will have
the final quarter, kicked it back that perhaps you could throw some I Dr. S. E. Morgan, the district in Madison. It was reported made by the members of the very good time. We are going to a Bedenbaugh REon Shuford i\f| '

quickly, and Harrell grounded it on light on the subjcit. Please answer health officer of the Florida State taht he was forced to stop over in school. Each student Is asked to play games and all kind of things. Stevens 1Tilaii! >nt< 7a! r:. r a -

the Tiger's 20-yard line. at once. Board of Health was here Fridayon Live Oak Friday- night due to car I. five the meaner sum n. nf__ one___ none___. The party will start at 7:00: o'clock Powers 141 Cooper 01Strickland

Anxiously yours, official business. He sent j trouble or some other cause toward the purchase of the flag. and last until 10:00: o'clock. I think Hill RH \ Z f?

Although we may not have as VERA GAINEY. Schick test slips out to the parents The Oaks, a popular resort operated If the students will answer this call there will be a tub of water with Williamson FBScore'by Carter ii a

good an all-around team as Lake of the children In the first three by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul, for the flag, It will not be 'long be- some apples In It. Then periods: +

City, we have one man who will My Dear Anxious Miss Gainey: grades. The other grades having former residents of Starke, Is becoming fore you will see a beautiful Amer. of us will have a chance to each one Lake City_____ 7 0 13 6-33.&! 'j, r

stack up with anything they have You Your were question chosen Is the easily most answered.dignified been handled prevjously. This school crowd.very popular with the high lean right.flag streaming from the up- mouth In the tub and try put to pick our Starke ? ____ 0 0 0 6-- 6'" B V"

too.-Sullivan Carter. They admit it, Senior; because of your grave and week when the slips have been returned Milton Brownlee, a B. H. S. up an apple. There are going to lesson from Friday afternoon to;\n.
the SchIck
stately bearing, your high rank, test for the prevention be prizes for the best costumes. Monday morning.
of graduate, spent the week-end in PICTURE IIANGINO if tvWe
diphtheria will be We
The Tornadoes suffered only one your distinction, your excellence, those students whose: parents givento Lake City with one of his fraternity Mrs. Perkins Is certainly doing There are will also be going to have contests have put up Hallowe'en pictures ( ti 1
favors
your worthiness, and because you brothers. her part in for every one, all around our room.
casualty during the A. E. desire it Friday' afternoon getting pictures for sv
and
game
Wall's ailing are so honorable. Hoping that your Milton said that they were going the home rooms. This week there no one will be forgotten. We have been studying about j
leg in.
buckling mind Is now at ease I remain, Dr. Morgan remarks that the to a peanut roasting that night. I is a display in the hall of "Old Our room is planning to have a Eskimos In geography and so weM)

In the first quarter the Tigers Advisably yours, health, neatness and general appearance guess that a cracking good time Ironsides" This picture Is an Unusual Health and Temperance Program are making booklets on how thoy.tfj V:;

opened their bag of tricks, and AUNT SASSYFRASS.Any of the students show was had by alL view by moonlight. It brings in our room and also have a parton live. The best one will receive ar t
what practically 100 per cent Improve- Martha back memories the program in chapel. prize. ,
Powell of ,
a nice bunch had! Most spent the weekend our heroes.
they other anxious student wish-
or them ment over three years ago. in Apopka with There are also The Fifth Grade wanted to j'-
required Vera Claire pictures of "Blue Every morning we have about ,
slight-o-hand, ing to have their mind relieved, Our school authorities believe thank Mrs.
however. The Tornadoes often just write Aunt In Robinson an ex-student of B. H. S. Boy" and "The Boy with the Rab- ten or fifteen minutes to say our Hart for helping with.
Sassyfrass care that Dr.
work Is "
Morgan's Miss
found It necessary to tackle the of the B. H. S. Journal. beneficial, having added very to Among those attending the FloridaNorth bit. Mrs. Perkins is going to health rules and mark them. We Eunice's shower, so lnatv<
greatly Tuesday *
whole backfield to get the man the welfare of the school. Carolina football game, begin getting pictures for the enjoy pasting pictures In our book they gave her a large
bunch
with the ball. INTRODUCINOSullivan hi.Gainesville Saturday were: Beverly I study hall when the walls are fixed. to represent each rule. We clan__ tn__ of flowers, nuts and fruit. ?
n
Cad Evelyn Stump Lois start our large Sunday was Ferol Jones' birth, r
Carter (not Carter Sullivan GUESS WHAT Ad- posters as soon as '
?
The Tigers had three well executed ). He was born at Hemming The Seniors are realizing a few kins, Harry Tyson, John Inman, SENIOR RINGS we have our teat this month. day, she was eleven, years old. On ** !
Frank Inman, Frow Strickland Seniors who want rings and Monday the class sang "Happy*| .
plays '
which pins In
worked extremely way, S. C., a bald-headed baby of their long-sought-for Senior before our room we are working in '
wen: A spinner buck over left with blue eyes. He came to Bradford privileges.Mrs. Gratton Cooper, Francis Cotton, W. Christmas, see Lula Red arithmetic drill pads. We have lit. Birthday" to her f;, ,
guard, a quick T. Weeks Sumter Harley Sullivan grave right away and get tie One of our pupils, Florlce Step- ,'. ,
reverse, and a neat High from DeLand where he Hoffman attended a foot- your cards to find our scores with. (
lateral pass: Interference told the was a valuable member of the oau game.S. Carter, Robert C. Chapman, Wood- measurements if you want rings. If'we make a hundred on the lesson ard, was In the high school assera-*|
story, fin Halle, Mac Davis All deposit must be bly program last r '
however. football squad R. Johns wore another canning Larson. and Coach vember 3. paid in by No- our card goes up In the back of a song and danced Friday, she sang y '
Deposits tap
How be rates! He Is consideredone smile to school yesterday. on lings are the room. There are lots of cards) *r l'
up, We
Note Of Opal Gllssen spent the weekendIn $3.00 and on pins 100. ,Be sure had three visitors last WedIf, Lr
Appreciation best I so
of the players on our foot- Frank Inman wore a blue shirtto you might know we are i
I and be very
wish Keystone ahead of the nesday, Mrs. Warren j
to Heights with game. Mrs. a
her GooJ-
express my appreciation ball team. He likes to dance and school. proud of them. The ones that "; (lid,
man and Mrs.
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Sam
and thank to all those who he is very fond of feminine company Many of the upper-classmen are parents. make a hundred are very Anderson. .;
took very Tests
Cars to the Sam Friday afternOon -especially a certain little appearing in their new winter i'ladragll. The school seems to be to Hare NEW B. IL S. FAD proud of themselves. be are over again; we rlll :
trying soon
you heard the getting "
and new our report cards +
helped furnish song, LOUISE -
transPOrtation brunette girt Anything pertainingto STEARNS
keep ahead of the game. Many of "Get Yourself a Football Reporter.
Hero -
tile for m; players, and for sports. suits. him fine. He dislikes Bunnie will soon be back in the monthly tests. were given last Well It 1" What
seems that Would
quite a few B. Happen Ifs K
support of trio and FOURTH ;;(
public toward arguing fighting. school.
week and GRADE y
we hop passed with H. S. Garland
fly.Inl' girls have
IlI4lclng and have Godwin
peat> this football season a The most important thing he Dorothy Rltch forgot to imllex honors. It seems a* though in doing so. There succeeded : (Mrs. Hart's Room) windows? didn't get up the ;

success. does is drive the State Farm school I Mr. Larson attended a party In they were a whole week ahead of few handsome ones left are quite a W. had the fun of telling stories Selma Thornton \ 4.

COACH C. H. LARSON. bus and It Is always on time. Brooker Friday night the game. so step right up, "Udeez." however In Mrs.English Wall Friday has changed and Monday. a window to draw T didn't pull down V. ;

our music
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Gum Branch UAMPTON Hetlbronn Springs TIIERESSAIII.

Elizabeth Hamate, Cor. :;lmm Ad. Nlmmo Cor. J. Minn helmn Itboden, Cor. nhodn Zel l..r, Car.llaklon .01 PIOQ/D4 ST4FI4A1 414OE

...,- .. 4 FAMOUS BVA 304's I g
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Miss Doris Burney of Lawtey Revival services at the Methodist Miss Essie Crawford was visiting Holsopple of Quaker- # I

the week-end with her cousIns -, Church are progressing nicely Miss Ethel Davis Monday. town Pa., Is visiting his nephew c7;
spent
: Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp and will continue throughout the I Quite a crowd attended the ice J. I. Carstensen and family. : 6oI w,2cLI I
1 section. week. Everybody are invited.A. cream supper given at the home of Mrs. Emma Car tensen of Ver-
i of this Mr. and Mrs. Russell Judd Wednesday din, Ill., Is visiting her J. I. -..
son
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T. N.r ts
visiting of Mon-
II> i f H. M. McRae was A. Durden and family Q'k;
; Norman Sunday afternoon. tlcello were guests of Mr. Durden's night. Carstensen and family. :s '
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Miss Hilda Forsyth of Jackson Mrs. B. F. Hall and children of
and
f r Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman mother Mrs. T. J. Durden last : .
ville Is spending this week with her Starke Mrs. M. Hall
children were the guests of her Sunday.Mrs. were visiting: '
; -'/ arents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. So.PP.1 Thomas Dyal who has been parents Mr. and Mrs. D. B. For- Saturday.Mrs. : lJ.
M. Hall and daughter Mrs. .
.' I \Sunday. I her Mrs. R. Par syth.Quite '
visiting daughter crowd attended
a large Florence Williamson and Mrs. C. :
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Drowning : :
I
( returnedto
ker of has
High Springs
prayer meeting at the home of A. Youngblood were business visi- '
of her
', of Raiford were the guests! I her home. I
)!\;parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Mrs. Nettle Starling Tuesday tors to Starke Thursday.Mrs. ,
it, Sunday. Mrs. Leo Wiggins is spendingthis night. R. M. Hersey Mrs. Clyde : t -
i Miss Hazel Sapp spent Saturday week with her mother Mrs. J. Clarence Moore Earl Parmenterand rlersey, and Mr. C. Alford were : 4 %
i M. Maxwell of Jacksonville. Crawford all attended
D. 'I Spencer visitors to Starke Thursday.
[IJ;night with her (sister Mrs. P. ,
1fi,Reddish. j I Prof. H. O. Wiggins principal of church at Saxon Sunday night. Miss Oweida Hall of Starke was ; -'- ..

:f,, Mrs. Mamie Williams and son, 'i the Brooker school. spent the week Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke and visiting her mother/Mrs. M. Hall.

.'(q'Alb rt. of Jacksonville were visitIng end with his family nere. Miss Virginia P. Moore of Tallahassee Monday night.
it! relatives and friends here Sun- Mrs. Kate Sparkman of WaldoI were visiting at the home Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Maxwell and 4ea.. a.
of Mrs. Cora Jones Saturday.We children Doris and Theodore of .
Sday. I Ij has recently been a business visitor .".' *
:1 j H. M. McRae and children were j here.I are all very glad to know Baltimore Md., are visiting at the 4
that Mrs. George MObley is up home of S. R. Swindell.Mr. .:: '.- -
Mrs. H. J. Cribbs Is visiting her i &
f Wedntsday. again after being confined to her and Mrs. R. C. Paul of Tav- : *
: daughter Mrs. Wilmot Brown, of
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bed for several weeks. '
;i Miss Bessie Woodle was visiting 'I Theressa. arres Mrs. Bessie Andrews and T .
Misses Audrey and Mildred Nor- The Home Demonstration Club Mrs. Jack Slfnpy and small daughter .. '
|. man Sunday. |I I F. H. Hazen was a business visitor held Its regular meeting Tuesday at of Leeaburg Mr. and Mrs. T. M.

Misses Elizabeth Harnage and ,' to Starke last Thursday.Mr. the school house. Miss Pearl Jor- Hagan of Hampton and Miss Ida ..- '- .- :. -

> Hazel Sapp were the guests of I and Mrs. James Genann of dan, agent gave a very interesting Hagan were dinner guests of Mr.

'' Mrs. P. D. Reddish Thursday af tf -I Gainesville are spending a few talk on contests. and Mrs. H. D. May Sunday.Mr. L4e6EsT74QA4

f ernoon. days with Mrs. Genana's sister 0 and Mrs. William, Packham
i I Mr. and Mrs. F. Shaw of the Mrs. Claude L. May. 'and Mr. s"d Mrs. Roy Dennisonand FLOlUER.IN -

f.State Farm were visiting relatives Jack Pringle of Waldo was the BROOKERMine chlUren! of Waldo were visitingat TilE ENTG : ff/
I;In this section Sunday afternoon. guest of his cousins. L. A. and W.. the home of W. W. Packbam 1
Miss Minnie Lou Howard of R. Prlngle this week. ".1''. Gnlney, (;01'' Sunday.Mrs.: ..sO7.

p Georgia was visiting Misses Agnes Rev. Ridenour of Gainesville will S. R. Clarke and daughter ,
,Juanita spent the week-end at __
;and Louise
>;r Sapp Sunday afternoon. preach at the Baptist Church next f '
Mitts Rlva Parrish c-;
,;t A large crowd attended prayer Raiford with relatives. .lms -
at 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday night : -
;:'{ meeting at the home of Mr. and This community was saddenedlast 0- Tu4.cAvr .- .
& Mrs. Woodle Friday night. I Mrs. J. C. Jones and son, Lamar Thursday night when the COURT PERMITS AUDIT I '

*. T. N. Norman and daughter, of Tallahassee have been spending death angel entered the home of I'AGAOiJJL
1 Helen attended church at Corinth !J. week with Mrs. Jones' mother Mr. and Mrs. Avery Parrish and SEEKING-Circuit: Judge Par .

ft Sunday. Mrs. Mattie A. Ward. took from their midst their daughter ker has dissolved ,the temporary 3'iossont .'

fI'' Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter and 0 Miss Riva Parris. She was Injunction restraining employes of '
fi J. D. Carter were visiting Mr. and seventeen years old October 6. She comptroller J. M. Lee from proceeding /

'$> Mrs. J. A. Harnage Monday. GRAHAMHlaa leaves to mourn her loss her parents with the audit of financial records -
W: .. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Parrish; of the City of Avon Park. The ,
:f two brothers J. D. and Randolph audit started by order of Governor .. _, ... ___
An easily adjusted and easily ICIlcn "......0., 0.r. ; ---- -- 5
three sisters Elense Vera Dell anda Sholtz and on petition of Avon
,. read magnetic gauge has been Invented miles north of Cedar Ke '.
world 15
i' to measure the strain younger one; and a host of other Park taxpayers was stopped by Made famous all over the by gulf ;
J railroad rails bridge members and on Mrs. Earnle Yarbrough and relatives and friends. the injunctive proceedings. It was Stephen Foster's immortal song "Old Long identified in song and story with

.J steel buildings framework. daughter Irene were visiting Au- The funeral services were con- understood the auditing work will Folks at Home," the SUWANNEE RIVER the Old South, the beautiful MAGNOLIAis

lv":', tum Youngblood and family of ducted at the residence by Rev. G. be resumed immediately. typifies a spirit of romance achieved by also made distinctive because of the

Waldo over the weekend.Mrs. E. McGauley. The remains were -0 no other American river. It is a beautiful huge size of its blossoms which are often

E; POSITIVE nELIEJI'11! M. Little and sons Earnest laid to rest in the family lot at MIAMI AFTER GIANTS stream bordered on both sides by mag- more than eight inches across. The mag

FROM and Homer Little and Mrs. Alice Elzles Chapel. MIAMI BEACH-Investigation nificent semi-tropic vegetation for most of nolia was named after Pierre Magnol,

r I II Barber Klsslmmee and daughter, Margaret at the of I'olk-Oroover- of possibilities of raising $10,000 to its length, which is about 170( miles. The 1638-1715, professor of medicine at Mont.

K I PILES home of Mr.were and Mrs.visiting L. C. Smith L. D. Polk and Miss Martha have the New York Giants estab- Suwannee rises in Georgia, west of the pellier. It is one of our largest evergreens

ih I AaonlatiHr. rectal pain .laa...., last Friday.Mr. Groover were quietly married by lish winter training quarters here great Okeefenokee swamp, and enters the and is considered the most handsome.
.; ,!. aoothlnc comfort-..Jmo.t In and Mrs. Frank Hollings- Eld. L. D. Johns at his home Thursday was started! Thursday by city coun
r: staDtl,.. That U the relief ALL] worth of Starke were visitors here I October 18. They will reside I cil. A committee"was named to LEWIS W. PHILLIPS TRAP FOR FLIES The orang-outang seldom walla I j
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: pile* sufferer obtain from MEMO; at his home here. study the problem of raising the erect.
,
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Sunday. Lewis W. Phillips 62, died at his MADISON-With the prevalenceof
.FREE. W. support this .tat...... guarantee asked by the Giants' -
S
.. ,with a _a..back .,.....Dt... Lem Parrish returned home last LocalsH. home here on October 19. He was screw worms In this section Fort built of brlclc
If YOU are tortured. by pile yowl Saturday after a visit in Plant manager Bill Terry, and was em- born in Nassau County but duringthe Sumpter was
several
P. Gainey and son, Everette powered to invite here for a con- are beginning to use a trap
.... tried had made
probably many so-called past several years
I City.Mr. were transacting business in Jacksonville ference after a guarantee Is made. for' the screw worm flies. One of
Do
;' ore* not judge MEMO-FREE and Mrs. Frank Reynolds his home here where he was em- nil. CKO. L. IMCKKHSON S
; ,by past disappointment. It. action and children were visiting Mrs.Reynolds' Monday.Mr. V ployed as a carpenter. Interment the traps Is on display at a local
..,' ila poiItlTe. almost miracnloni. laa I and Mrs. L. A. MIntz of 0 NEW LEMON GROVE RECTAL CLINIC
parents In the Brooker took place in Crosby cemetery. shop containing a number of the
... of hoLing, bleeding,extenuJ, Jacksonville spent Sunday here CONTIVKS: ornn\no\.
protrodinB or Internal pile.. | section Sunday. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. LAKE WALKS- Ground was Funeral arrangements were in dead screw worm flies and other H. '.
Remember bow H. T. of Palatka charge of the DeWitt C. Jones kinds of flies and roaches Without Interruption 11w.
joyou life wna Phinney was a R. Gainey. broken here this week preparatoryto along MlMMon and nMM4itlilteN. c'diilin*'
; before violent pain tabbed yo"' visitor here last Friday.We the planting of a 160-acre lemon Company. with these pests.ANNOUNCEMENT. the full operirtlon of l>r. (."'. ll ..
Rev. G. E. held ....
McGauley serv- Jmk -
Into dull ml..I' >-ker on'a Clinic at
) Regain tat are sorry to report that Rhue the southeast shore of ...
prlolei bapplnei. ices at Hampton Sunday. grove on .IU*. The same ufi-rnxfnl "'
by lending forend ...
S McKinney is on tht sick list We is mont and conBertnflie mrtlioare
a.I.. HEMO-FREE. If yo.' Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and Lake Caloosa. The development offered all who ....re.r fPile. ..
%.v1.li pay poat..... upon JeliTery.1 wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. children of Jacksonville are spend being undertaken by H. W. Ben- and Rectnl HI.l r.....". 'fkradilremi
8.na. jh. coupon today. NOW U1 and Mrs. Henry Estea of ing some time here with her nett and son, and when completed I Il. K. F. THOMIS. ".t..I..I.... from Veterinary. Clinic. Gnlnr.vlllr, I remain the nmv. lut'
be Waldo visitors here parents Florliln. will be In Stnrke F'ret and .. Main St..t.WIUTE .
>t time. were Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. will represent the largest :&.m.'UI- Talrd W..d. of reek monthat
% HEMO LABORATORIES and Mrs. Alvin Wasden of Gainey. cial grove In Florida. Sixteen F. C. llolllnioworta offl"... He will b. prepared to take cure of FOR FHEK BOOKLET
L 4520 West Pico Bird.Loi Patterson Ga., were visiting here Grover Cleveland was married In thousand trees will be set out In 011...... of all lUvntork. pooltrr. d<)... etc. HoMpltal fnrllltlra located I i DICKERSON- SISSO.V ('lJNlCJtCKSO'4tILLF. :
Anele., Calif. In Gainesville at e,1i W..t Munonlc.
1 over the week-end. the Fl.onml
White
House.
,\ Enclo.ed I. $1.00 for full .1!M the Initial planting. -i'I I _
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VOLUME ONE STARKE. FI.OIUD.FIUDAY., OCTOBER 27, 1933 NUMBER SEV

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EDITORIALS FRESHMEN HAVE f SCHOOL: ; DAYS By DWIG TIGERS POUNCE ON TORNADOES .'

STAGE FRIDAY I II DOWNING LOCAL ELEVEN 32-6;


Devoted to the Best Interest of FOR PROGRAMVaried I PLAY AT ST. AUGUSTINE. TONIGHT

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BRADFORD 111011 SCHOOL -
Entertainment Furnished Night Game Will Be Bradford's Carter And Strickland Stand Out]
and Alumna.e.EDITORIAL .
Students, Patrons Audience By Coach Larson's r First Experience Under For II. II. 8. Against

Room Lights Lake CityB.

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Coach Larson's Ninth Grade 1 Tonight Coach Larson will pit II. S. Tornadoes went gunning]

Kitty IIaaeed____--Edltorln-Chlef room presented Its first chapel pro- his fighting Tornadoes against for big game Friday, but failed to> !

Dorothy SBPP..Aut. Editor-in-Chief gram of the current term last Fri- ( r"D Pick Plerson'o Kitterllnua High bag the cunning Lake City Tiger.,

g, n. John.ManaKID. Editor day, a period of varied entertain- iP'4. ( Mullets at St. Augustine. The Tornadoes The locals stepped a bit too far out I J
Manas. Editor
sumter Harl y -Asst. ment well delivered by artistic and will probably 'be under a of their class and were forced to";'!',

U.W L"*_____ _-__Exchan.. Editor talented freshmen (and girls). A disadvantage, since this will be yield to the powerful running at..;'

Dorothy Mnrwlck_..,As t. Ex. EditorL wide variety of stagedom's traits their first experience under the tack of Columbia High's Tigers by:!> '

.ul..e. Jackson______Literary Editor was excellent represented.First floodlights. In St. Augustine, the a 32-6 score. It was the first de4

UoulM Snyder, Asst. Literary Editor I was a reading, "Being r I" Tornadoes will be facing a team feat Bradford has suffered In fOUl''%

Lester Bchnell_________Sport* Editor Brave At Night by Katie Fugate.In probably as strong as that of Lake starts this season. However, U-J.

Leslie Bigga----Beals Sport Editor child lingo abe explained why City, which gave the Tornadoes a was at the hands of one of th9|!

Loll| Adklns____;____Society Editor she "wathn't stared of da dak." 32-6 defeat last week. The Mullets strongest conference teams In this,

Henry Godwin__________Joke EditorA Then, all in one jump, were seat- recently trounced Live Oak, 380. section of the state, and should bY,'! ,

V Anderson Jr., Asst. Joke Editorl ed before a stage in Hollywood, while the Tornadoes took their no means put black mark against;(I f.1

et..r Austin.________-__Reporter and, passing before our very eyes measure by a scant 12-0 core. the ToinadocH. Coach Larson':, ,
Entertainment "y.
Martha Brownlee__________Reporter were such notables as Marline That, In figures, dhows them to be i charges proved to be a stubborn';!,
Primary and Elementary Dietrich. Greta Garbo. Robert stronger than we by over three team to cope with*they carried';JS:

Montgomery, and other reel rulers, touchdowns-which Is somethingto plenty of fight all the way and i!

Keep ahead of the garnet I represented by freshmen. I think about. However, the Tornadoes wero not a beaten team until they't :|':

0 Back to B. H. S. and "Give Me a have been Improving since final whistle blew. They gave -",.! ,: ,

Lost Coll For Deposit Little Kiss," a cute little song bya that time and It Is very likely that they had, but It simply waan't' s'

Seniors, bring your money for a cute little miss, Florlce SheppanKShe ., they will go places tonight, although enough. ''J''' \

deposit on your ring right away If followed it with a nifty tap- they will be up against a Beforehand, Coach looser (,11,

you wish to get It before Christmas : dance. Martile Hemingway was ac- first rate team. Lake City regarded the Tornado:)'

for the order la to be sent off companist.Next as warm up foe for his team, but X
we were carried back to TUB (SCHEDULE he down
at an early date. probably came a peg when ,
o the cotton fields of oV Virglnny, We They he saw his praised eleven actulI.lli.j; i,
and took in a comical blackface 1 TS Sept. 29-Live Oak_______12 0 outplayed by the Tornadoes Id ?

VacationWe vaudeville skit, with Edward Bag- (there) many departments. t

are to have a holiday today well and S. G. Denmark furnishingthe Oct. 6--Alachua (here-) _*13 6 .
The
while the teachers go to Gaines fun. Oct. 14-New Smyrna13 6 strong Tiger passing attack ,
foiled to gain a single yard through f
ville. Of course we are so sorry "I Gotta Get Up and Go to (there) t

that we will be unable to attend! Work," sung by six: Ninth Grade Oct. 20-Lake City________ 6 32 this route; not one pass were they .
able to slip over the heads of their;
Let's all have a good time this lassies, and accompanied by Mar- v (there) (I
week-end-try to go to St. Augustine -! tile Hemingway. Oct. 27--St. Augustine (there), so-called warm-up foes, yet they

-and be good and ready to Margie McMillan took the stagr Nov. 3-High Springs (here). took nine desperate chances, only. i

start back to work again Monday for "Gutseppe Pomnassl," Interest- Nov. 10-Palatka (there). to nee each one come to naught. On |.Ifl I
the other hand "
they saw twelve
morning. ing reading. 'Y Nov. 17--New Berry (here-Homecoming
out of twenty Tornado completed
passes
Speaking of vacations, the SenIors Lastly came the "Bradford Fac- ). ti '.'
for a total gain of 112 yards.
are having a vacatton'from"Tickets ulty Fashion Show," portraying the Nov. 24-Cross City ( ).
The Tigers were also unable to
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to English Class. Some solons of alma mater In years gone Nov. 30--Jasper (there). -
penetrate the Tornado line veryeffectively 1
students however do not regretthis by, In duds typical of the day. and practically all their;!l ''ft
for It had become fun to write Here are ladles and their male PROFESSOR GRAY '
STOCK COMPANYIN sizeable gains were confined to the-]i
the cards. If each student would representatives: I HEARD ends. In scoring on the Columbia rJ|t |s
make It a habit of doing what his Mrs. Carpenter, by Donald Stll- URGES STUDENTS ] ENGLISH CLASS [I Elementary News ] outfit, the Tornadoes accomplished}''\ .
teacher wishes and not
or her ley.Mrs. TO TEMPERANCERule a feat that few other conference:I
"grumble" about It there would bea Long, by A. B. Whitehead TO PRODUCE PLAY II 1
Starke well at teams have found possible. When
big improvement In B. H. /S.:! Mra. Hoffman, by J. C. Wynn. was represented SIXTH GRADE
the football game -In Lake City the Tornadoes scored on the Tiger j
Mrs. Alderman, by Arthur Swsur- Should Include Eating, (Miss Strickland's Room
Friday, and all of the girls were Spoken English China NamesNew ) reserve team in the last periodCoach 'j;]
"Book reports due! It does bom.Mrs. Talking, Spending, Saving, Theatrical Group ForTeacher We are making a big effort to Hooser it
very stylishly dressed In the new saw was necessary:j,
seem as though we hear that rather Demorest by Arlie Spon- lie guys. fall colors. Our two good looking win the health banner which Is of- to send back his regulars to hAlt
doesn't it? How a month holtz. fered 1'
often, for the best room.
the Tornado thef
cheer leaders Martha Brownleeand attack finding j.
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does fly. Why not get a book out Mrs. Wall, by Andrew Taylor. Temperance includes safety, The Spoken English class of B. We're putting up health postersto Tornadoes
Mary Pearce, looked stun a dangerous team with]
very
of the library today and start on Miss Middleton, by Albert temperate living, temperate think- ning In their new fall outfits. Lillian H. S.? under the direction of Miss : help us think of what It means which to season his second-string-'j I'
Then will be Kreuse.. ingcool, calm, collective, serious
thHt report. you Hazel Middleton, are to: be healthy. _
through. It pays to "Keep Ahaedof Mrs. Perkins, by Charles Fender -temperate action or living. Everyone Sternberg looked very attrac- rapidly. progressing JEAN DAVIS era. During the entire game, only;1 y
They can with Reporter.
give
tive In a new blue dress. Lula was ease one injury weakened the Bradfoidoutfit !
Mrs. Perkins !
the Game. sang "Old Folks at should be temperate In his
Home amid likes and dislikes there with a bang In her new swag a threo-mlnute speech very nicely; while the Tornadoes sentv'' i
oWe roaring acclamations.By ; temperate in ac- you should see 'em! FIFTH GRADE '
effortsof the vote of three of tivities for ger suit. Georgia looked very goodin several of Coach Hooser's 1
the
are very proud of judges the or against certain policies ( Miss Perkins' Room first
a new dress and hat. Lois Long The latest In spoken English ) stringers from the field with "
audience, she elected "Mlsa the
the Spoken English class. They was Including liquor traffic. We Jack Halle's
very kindly sewed up the hem of Bradford High." There are usually two sides to a and Marjorie Stump were adorableIn class is the organization of the Wednesday enjoyed visit Juries, carving the Tiger roster of
"Middleton morning. He played a 't
their new outfits. Miss Stock Company. Theyare forty-nine down .
Roslyn somewhat.
the curtain in the auditorium Mr. Gray after making an- question. The greatest philosophersof of ,
and Miss Annie Mae looked strlk- I going to go high In the theatrical couple popular songs on bin harmonica As whole
which was very much in need of attention nouncements, called upon such the past have been mediators for We a however, Columbia [ t
players as Strickland, Carter, middle-men, half-way ground occu- ingin blue and brown respectively. world I assure you. In fact visit us again us. hope he will baa a great team. The entire squad ;:

Chapman, Packham, Harrell, Edwards pIers-half between the old and Mrs. Hoffman reminded me of the they have already produced a one soon. shows signs of having had excellent)i
front page of "Vogue" in her act play, "Soft Shoulders." They We have started making health coaching. !
Cooper and Inman for their new, the progressive and conserva new Dodging and whirling,:
opinion of the forthcoming clash I tive, radicals and orthodox, tradi- blue swagger suit with matching are working on a more difficult one booklet. We try to make a page the Tiger backs time after time/

GRIDIRON GOSSIP] with Columbia High at Lake City. tional and super tltlonal, common- accessories. now. named "Hist! She's a Man." each day. So far we have made marched through for great gataa\ ;vL.,

[ The boys displayed fine spirit. sense, Plato, Arlstole, Heraclltlca While standing on the sidelinesat They are planning on giving their three pages. We hope to have them always having at least one man far f I .: gj

P. S.: THEY won the game. Socrates Plato. Arlstole. Jesua-- the game in Lake City Friday I public a break and aonear. on n finished/ soon so that we_ run__n _show_ .. ahead to wine out the <*nnilnw'u- Kl

Coach Larson Says- all occupy this group. happened to hear some of the sideline chapel program soon. They wishto them to Mrs. Alvarez, our health Keeping tbe"ball -wii hidden jm

"My boys played fine ball al Temperance should mean temperance chatter. An S. A. E. from their make fans one request-that Is that nurse. ways paved the way for some 101.tin:

through the game. I am not at all in eating, talking, work- Lake City said that Starke may post office! do not overwork the In our language work we are runs. Superb interference also 1,

disappointed over their showing. A AUNT ing, spending, saving, judging your not have a good football team butit learning to write letters. We have played a great part In winning the ,' :

Southern Conference official told SASSYFRASSCOLUMN fellowmen. The greatest mistake of surely had some good looking written to several different com- game. The whole team was ese,, "

me that my team Is one of the best the young people today is probably girls. SCHOOL TO GET panies for samples of their products tremely fast, especially In tackling. Y'

he has ever seen as far as all- Intemperate living. They under- Evelyn Stump, a B. H. S. graduate FLAG such as soap, toothpaste, and They not only stopped their meal!, '
around smartness Is concerned. mine health, shorten life, dissipate spent the week-end In Starke FOR POLE cereals. We hope they send themto In his tracks, but layed him there.'!":.

The Columbia boys got all the energy and render themselves use- with her parents. Evelyn has recently us. A splendid running attack, as wdl''-,

good breaks during the game, and Starke, Florida. less to themselves and others of been pledged to the Zeta Students Are Collecting Fund Birthdays: Emmaline Morgan aa an airtight defense no doubt j/;'

the score is no indication of the Or. $, 26, 1933. this civilization. Tau Alpha sorority !in Tallahassee. For Purchase Through was twelve, and Elizabeth Wells won the game for the Columbia,'

type of ball my boys played. Dear Aunt Sassyfra..: e Miss\ Hazel Middleton, a member of Contributions was ten last week. High Tigers. :;

I read your column last week, MORGAN INSPECTS the B. H. S. faculty, la a Z. T. A. ELIZABETH WELLS The Lineup .
Reporter
What Note and It interested me very much. I also.Mary The Bradford County High Lake City (32) Starke ((6)) :{

Sullivan Carter pulled a neat have a little problem of my own PRIMARY GRADES Brownlee, an ex-student of School will soon have a new flag FIFTH GRADE McColsky LE! Wall Ji

trick Friday that probably even that I want you to help me solve.I B. H. S., is a pledge of the Sigma to embellish the beauty of the long, (Miss Pearce's Room) Hutchinson LT l'ackhau1,.

Coach Hooser will be walking was very flattered when I discov- Improvement Here Reported By Kappa sorority. Mills Mary Ca- slender flag pole that stands out We are going to have a Hallo Fralick (C) LQRO John))*

around scratching his head abouta ered that I was elected the most State Health OfficialOn nova, also' a B. H. S. graduate, is In front of the school. we'en party. Some of us are Wilson C Harrell//,

-- trick rarely found even In col- dignified Senior; but I don't know Visit a member of this sorority.A. We are trying to raise the money to be dressed like ghosts, witches going Shepard Torode}j K

leges: Carter took the kick-off in Just why I was chosen. I thought E. Wall, Jr., spent the weekend for the flag through contributionsmade cats, etc. I think we will have a, Milton RT Inman\'

the final quarter, kicked it back that perhaps you could throw some Dr S. E. Morgan, the district In Madison. It was reported by the members of the very good time. We are going to Bedenbaugh HE Shuford::
light on the aubjeit. Please an- taht he was forced to atop over In school. Each student Is asked to Stevens QB Edwards?
health
quickly, and Harrell grounded It on officer of the Florida State play games and all kind of things. "
the swer at once. Live Oak Friday night due to give the meager sum of Powers LH Cooper V
Tiger's 20-yard line. Board of Health, was here Fridayon car one cent The party will start at 7:00: o'clock
Anxiously yours, official/ business. He sent trouble or some other cause. toward the purchase of the flag. and last until 10.00 Hill RH Strickland' )
I : o'clock. I think i
VERA GAINEY.My The Oaks, a popular resort If the students will answer this call Williamson FB Carter,1
Schick operated
Although we may not have as test slips out to the parents there will be a tub of water with
by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. for the flag, it will not be Score'by periods r,
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good an all-around team as Lake of the children In the first three long some apples In It. Then
City, we have one man who will Dear Anxious :Miss Galney: grades. The other grades having former residents of Starke, Is be- fore you will see a beautiful Amer- of us will have a chance to each one Lake City______ 7 6 13 0-33J
Your question Is easily answered. coming ican flag put our Starke __ _______
stack with have been handled very popular with the high streaming from the up- I 0 0 06.0
up This mouth In t
anything they You were chosen the most dignified previously. school crowd. right. the tub and-- trY n., tft__ T r---->I, I* __
-Sullivan Carter. They admit It, Senior because of and week when the slips have been returned up an apple. There are to lesson from
too. : your grave Milton Brownlee, a B. H. S. going Friday afternoon to 1\\
stately bearing, your high rank, vention the of Schick test for the pre graduate, spent the week-end In PICTURE HANGING be prizes for the best costumes; Monday morning. #

The Tornadoes- your distinction, your excellence,, those students diphtheria whose will be givento Lake City with one of his frater- Mrs. Perkins la certainly doing We are also going to have contests We have put up Hallowe'en pictures -.';;'
Buffered only: one parents There[ will be
casualty your worthiness, and because you desire it. nity brothers. Friday afternoon her part in getting pictures for favors for everyone, all around our room. :$:
during the g&m&-A. E. honorable. that and no one will be forgotten.Our We have been
are so Hoping
Wall's your Milton said that they were going the home rooms This week there studying aboutYEskimos ,
ailing leg buckling In. mild is now at ease I remain, Dr. Morgan remarks that the to a peanut roasting that night. I Is a display In the hall of "Old room (Is planning to have a In geography and so we*

In the first Advisably yours health, neatness and general appearance guess that a cracking good time Ironsides." This picture Is an unusual Health and Temperance Program are making booklets on how they *
opened their quarter the Tigers AUNT SASSYFRASS.Any of the students show was had by all. view by moonlight. It brings in our room and also have a parton live. The best one will receive a'1''-'
bag of tricks and
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practically 100 per cent Improve the prize. ?
back in
Martha Powell memories of program chapel.
what
a nice spent the week our heroes.
bunch
they bad! Mostof other anxious student wishIng ment three
over The
years ago. Fifth Grade
end In Apopka with Vera There are alao pictures Every wanted to S
them Claire of "Blue morning we have about
required slight-o-hand, to have their mind relieved. Our school
authorities believe thank
Mrs.
however. The Robinson, an ex-student of B. H. S Boy" and "The Boy with the Rab ten or fifteen minutes to Hart for helping with n
Tornadoes say our ,
often
write Aunt In
that '
Just Sasayfrass care Dr. 'f'
Morgan's Work la Hiss Eunice's
,
very bit.
found Among those Mrs. Perkins health shower, so teat *>.
la rules and '
attending
It the Flor going to mark them. We '
necessary to tackle the of the B. H. S. Journal.INTRODUCING. beneficial, having added greatly to' Tuesday !:
whole backfield to get the man the welfare of the achool. ida-North Carolina football game begin getting pictures for the enjoy pasting pictures In our book bunch they gave her a large,'!
with the ball. .- In Gainesville Saturday were: Beverly I study hall when the walls are fixed. to represent each rule. We plan to of flowers, nuts and fruit m

Sullivan Carter (not Carter Sullivan GUESS WHAT. Cady. Evelyn Stump, Lola Ad- tart our large posters as soon as Sunday was Ferol Jones' birthday -\ 'I 1
The kins Harry Tyson, John SENIOR RINGS we have our test this she was eleven years old. On' f
Inman .
Tigers had month.In 1
three well exe- ), He was born at Hemming- The Seniors are realizing a few ..
cuted Frank Inman, Frow Strickland Seniors who want rings and Monday the class sang "HappyA.'1Birthday"
plays which worked extremely way, S. C., a bald-headed baby of their long-sought-for Senior pins our room we are working in
well: A spinner buck over left with blue eyes. He came to Bradford privileges.Mrs. I Gratton Cooper Francis Cotton W. before Christmas, lee Lula Red- arithmetic drill pads. We have lit- One to her. j 4,
uard' a T. Weeks, Sumter Harley Sullivan grave right away and get of our pupils, Florlce 81iep-1ii
quick your tie cards to find ;
reverse and a neat High from DeLand where he Hoffman attended a foot- our scores with. ard
lateral Carter, Robert C. measurements U want waR in the high school asaera-f:
Chapman Wood- you
rings. If'we
pass: Interference told the was a valuable member of the Dau game.S. make a hundred on the lesson -
wry, however. fin Halle, Mac Davis and Coach All deposits must be paid In by No- bly program last Friday, she sang '
football R. Johns our card in the
squad.
wore another cunning Larson. vember 3. Deposits goes up back of a song and tap danced. ".
How be rates! He Is considered smile to school yesterday. on rings are ,the room. There are lots of cards up, We ,
Opal Gllssea $300 and on pins 9100. had three visitors last
the
Note spent weekendIn Be Wednesday
Of Appreciation one of the best players on our football Frank Inman wore a blue shirt sure o you might know we are very
and
I Keystone be ahead of the Mrs. Warren ..
Mre.
wish to Heights with herparents. game. Goodman -
express my appreciation team. He likes to dance and to school. proud> of them. The ones that
flea and Mra. Sam
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thank:; to all those who 'he la very fond of feminine company Many of the upper-classmen are make a hundred are very, very Tests Anderson. ,
took cars to the afternoon a certain little in their NEW B. 11.8. FAD proud of themselve. are over again; we V/1U *:
game Friday -especially appearing new winter glad The school seems to be trying to Have soon be
heard
you the getting
and helped furnish transportation brunette girL Anything pertainingto raga. keep ahead of the game. Many of "Get Yourself a Football new song"; LOUISE STEARNS, Reporter. our report cards. 1,#Ie

for mplayers; and for sports suits him fine. He dislikes Bunnie will soon be back In the monthly tests Well Hero? -
the were given last It seems that What Would
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support
of and school. FOURTII
the
toward fighting I
public arguing week and GRADE
we hope passed with flyIng H. S. glrla have and Garland Godwin
making this .football Beacon a The most important thing he I Dorothy Rltch forgot to smile. honors. It seem. as though In have succeeded (Mrs. Hart's Room) windows r didn't get up th.j
cleat doing so. There ,
success. does U drive the State Farm school I Mr. Larson attended a party In j they were a whole week ahead of few handsome are quite a W. bAd the fun of telling stories Selma Thornton e

COACH C H. LARSON. bus and it is always on time. J1 I Ii Brooker Friday night the game. ao step right up,ones"ladees.left: however, In Mrs.'English Wall Friday has changed and Monday.our music a window FEROL to draw r didn't pull down)I


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Nos. 101 and 199, Woodmen Circlet on Walmte StllWLfJt I ( .',__.lY. -l 8..ay liutttut ':' f
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officers and member from twnnty-: tenthWlwtl gruup' gathered t : for I ,4 CORRESPONDENT.: sixned t\ ";

two Florida towns will meet in this meetlag _.i formulated: rules flL Meaaette.*Inquires a* to what / '
Ocala today (Friday) to take pArt and pUna tot toe succeeding meet- "dim or balm or lotion" it Is .-.w. < )!'Jb., .."'"
In district meeting of the Wood- that the professional beauties use to ,"u ','" is.a1:: dt
a lags Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. H. :.'4k
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men B. McLtndoa and Mrs. E. U Biggagave J\" '.
tran spar en t "" tatt- ,'/>->" t A
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Interesting- discussions on the "
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I District No.. 2 is to honor the national modern periods In music. talked with and ; :, "' ';' ori; Y !

treasurer Mrs. Ethel Hotl ,.
closely observed 1< "
At the next meeting which wU
of Ala., on her the complexions .
way, Montgomery. "
be held Friday evening Nov. 3. at
visit to Florida, who Is a guest oAirs. of almost everyimportant
7:30:: o'clock at the home of Dr ?? v 'I f- G M o-'rv
Vonda Inman while In this professional
and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mr. JohnH. beauty
of the state.Prominent .
part Powell will entertain the group of stag and
officers who will be
with a discussion of the negro spir lh screen and many
present for this metelng will Include ituals. Mrs. H. H. Young will bave _,,, beauties in private -

Mrs. Holiway; Miss Myrtle charge of folk music. This gives ,, life. I may
Ollls Crump of Tampa, national as- Laeille Fie.di: answerthequerywith
promise of an Interesting meetingas
sistant attendant and state man authority.The "Him or balm or "" 4'k : MA
the field for development Is so
ager of Florida, and Mrs. Clara B lotion" these women are suspected :
Cassidy of Atlanta, Ca., national large. The leaders will quite likely of using Is no more than painstaking '
arrange for a rendition of a num- that and and ;
care you you you are
director, baa also been invited to ;
.' attend. ber of songs belonging to these in a position to give your skin too. \!
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According to Mrs. Inman, district ,
manager, who has made arrangements The third meeting, which will be It your profession Is one In which .ij:, y

for this meeting, there on Friday November 17, the place beauty plays an Important partyou're -

will bo three sessions, the first at of meeting to be announced later, the not stars neglecting themselves.that They Item, tell believe 1

10:00: a.m., the second at 1:30: p.m., I will be led by Mrs. C. A. Knight U to you quite frankly. The stage ;

and the third at 7:30 p.m. Lunch who wlU take up Interesting phases and screen women: understand the ()

eon will be served at 12:30: 1 p.m. of Indian music. value of an unblemished, youthful !

and a banquet In honor of Mrs. These metlngs for the presentwill skin-and they're not letting a day

Holiday will be given at 6:00: p.m. be held fortnightly on Friday go by without giving It its full quota
of care. And herein lies tbe difference
Featuring the program will be evenings at 7:30: In the different Jeanette between the professional Care of the skin is allotted a business-like place in Maureen O'Sulli- ;

demonstrations of the ritualistic homes of the members. All Wom- beauty and you. She doesn't van's life

work, draping the charter, and an's Club members are cordially believe you come by complexion
other Important features of this Invited to belong and this includesthe beauty or can retain U through the other secret than this. Your skin ID business, the girl and woman at k
work. men who are associate mem- good offices ot some genii. She's can be just as ravlghlngly lovely; home has to give a good complexion
that genii herself, aided and abettedby with similar Intelligent care. account of herself or she Is set downas
Congressman R. A. Green 'will bers. It might interest some to ;
such creams and lotions as she Skin's Needs Listed careless inefficient. Indifferent.
address the gathering at the eve- know that this club will become knows are rlgbt for her particular Jeanette asks another In her let- Indeed, it Is amusing, were it not

ning session which Is open to the federated with the National Fed- skin She's not given to beaming ter: "What actually does tbe average often tragic, the way women them-
public. eration of Music Clubs. about her complexion. She tackles skin need1"Kathryn selves peer Into each other's faces

After the evening session, a reception the Job of getting ODe and keeping InnUfoJU beauty counselof looking for "age" signs and blem-

and dance will be held.at Miss Joyner To Wed it, with dally care. Dally, consistent Melba Charm School, answers ishes. On the other hand, if the
t t. Harrington Hall, and a large crowd regular and intelligent! care. As a that in three general Instructions: skin passes the crucial test, these
.1 from Starke Is expected to attend. Mr. Ennis Thanksgiving Day matter of cold fact, gleaned from All skins need'to be cleansed, same women are the .first to pro-I'J'
the envied professionals themselves claim It.
nourished and protected!
The following announcement of
Those
who plan to
; attend this they may be using the Identical Not such a large order now Is ItT So, got after that complexion of
''.. meeting are: Mrs Vonda Inman, the engagement of Miss Vera Joy- same cream, astringent,oil, powder, Register those three needs sharply yours 1 You can do equally aa much
Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. J. II. Hund ner to William D. Ennis, son of rouge as you have. But she allots '1 in your mind. Slight none of for it as any professional can for

ley, Mrs. Thelma Andrews, Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ennis of Tampa them a business-like place in her them I Work out ;your beauty-build hers! The cleansing product, the

W. Hayes, Mrs. P. S. Denmark and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. day's program. Cleansing, feeding, ing program on the principle of nourishing, the protective are with
: Mrs. Maude Andrews, Miss Amy W. Morgan of Starke, taken from protecting their complexions is as these three complexion needs. in the reach of a modest Income.
I Moore, Miss Pearl Sunday's Issue of the Tampa Daily vital a part of the professional's You see, It isn't the professionalonly But you must commit yourself to a
Manning Miss
job as being on time for rehearsal of whom flawless skin-and certain amount of time dally to complexion
; Vonda Times will be of interest to Starke
Inman ,
Miss Elizabeth Wil
and
learning lines. They have no youthful-Is asked today. The girl upkeep. l
Hams, Miss Gladys Williams, Mrs. friends:
,; L. S. Hutto. Mrs. J. M. Jovner of Geortrlana.
-
", At the banquet will be featured Ala., has announced the engage- Woman's Club Sponsoring, Kinlaw-Anderson I few relatives and close friends of

two of Starke'a popular entertainers ment of her daughter, Miss Vera lallowe'en[ UM! couple present.Mr. .
Party
Misses Estelle Kendrick and Joyner, of this city, to William D. T K. Godbey of Waldo is an- and Mrs. Kinlaw have been .

Lelia Dea Andrews, who will give Ennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hallowe'en Is almost here again, nouncing the marriage of his spending a short time at Mrs. Kin-.

two song specialties, accompanied B. Ennis, of 909 Cleveland and in keeping with the custom of daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Godbey law's home in Waldo, and are now

by Mrs. H. Clifton Brown. Street. The formal announcement former years, the Woman's Club of at home to their friends at the
Anderson, to D, C. Kinlaw of
The Starke drill team, under the was made yesterday afternoon at a Starke will sponsor a Hallowe'en ,Kinlaw residence on South Church
'. leadership of their captain Miss tea given by Mr. Ennis' sister-ln- party at the club house next Tues- Starke on Tuesday, October IT. Street. :

; Gladys Williams, la expected to law, Mrs. Gary Ennis, of Miami, at day evening.! The ceremony was 'performed by i Starke friends will be pleased to : '

take an active part In the day's the home of ber parents, Mr. and The committee in charge Is arranging Rev. "V. B. HIcks 'at the Baptist offer congratulations.
:
:
,, program along with the other Mrs. B. P. Scruggs. The couple will for a delightful program .- .
!
teams of the district. wed 1 on Thanksgiving Day. for this yearly event, and prizes :

Chlefland Grove will entertain The bride-elect, a native of An- will be given for the best costumed Red Cross Poster of 1933

Saturday In honor of Mrs. Holiday; dalusia, Ala., was graduated from ,tnd masked persons. ,

Monday, October 30, Mrs. Inman the high school there before attending Admission to this party will be

and Mrs.. Thelma Andrews will go th. Alabama Normal very small and a good time I is assured 'I Appeals for Help for Needy

I, to HafHea City, where that grove' School at Troy. She was connected everyone, old and young .
So be there with the kiddies I
with the superintendent of public
will honor
t\ Mrs. Holiday, who will&
be In Haines City at that time, at Instruction for Manatee County in and have a good time. I

a special meeting. Many state officers this state and was graduated from --

are expected.to be present the Gordon Keller nursing school W. M. S. Study Class

".' for this meeting r \ here in 1931. Several parties are Met Tuesday AfternoonThe TJi
( planned In her honor. :

t' p. D. C. To Hold Meeting Mr. Ennis, a native of this city, study class of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the Metho- ___
The W; T. Weeks Chapter U. D. was graduated from IliBBborough
f' C., will meet Wednesday afternoon, High School where he was prominent dist Church met Tuesday afternoonat Mi vti,axe"' ::1t9e
the church. The book being
Novemer 1, at 3:30, at the home of in athletic events having beena _
studied Is and Indus-
"Christianity
\rt :Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. HOI member of the state champion _
in'America Alva W
try by Taylor -
r tenses: Mrs. Wall, Mrs. J. E. Wilson ship football team in 1926. He attended -
of social ethics In
professor
';, and Mrs. Sarah Hamrlck. : the University of Florida.
Vanderbilt This books
University
Mr. Ennis Is a charter member of t.1N
A Bladder the Tampa Red Cross Life Saving a timely discussion of some of
Laxative; ; the moat vital issues before the
Corps and has held the office of
church in its relation to industrial
) la .> medicine that work 011"'tlte captain for the past seven years .
: bladder a. cantor oil on the bowel' He Is connected in business with conditions, showing their tremen- N

;, Drives out Impurities and CXCBCIclila the Pioneer Tire Company. dous importance and Indicating
f that c"Mne, Irritation which re.nlt their significance for the home
; ... In selling 'up night,' frequitud e) mission enterprise.

" .nlr burning, leg pain and back- Patsy Ruth Wainwright -. '
r ache Get a Z5 cents box of BUKRT8C : Honored On BirthdayMrs. Woman's Club

C srr. Tablets). the pleasant bladder.
W M. Wainwright entertained '
Executive Board To Meet
itruugUt.
..1 1 laxative from any After v
number of the little folks
l four day If not relieved go back a :
The executive board of the Woman'

F at the residence
Walnwrigbt on
and get your money You will feel Y
(I better after thus cleannlno and you> ,Temple Avenue last Thursday aftrnoon Club will meet next Wednesday s '

get your regular deep MltcU\l) I with a surprise birthday morning at 10:00: o'clock at the _

Drug Store nay BU-K ETI! la a best' party In honor of ber little daughter club house \

.tiler.-Adv. ;I Patsy Ruth, who celebrated It Is especially urged that every :1\ "

her seventh birthday anniversaryat member of this board be present at : :. :

l 'I that time. Patsy Ruth was this meeting., -

'it away from home when the guests ft a ;

I arrived so the guests hid themselves Baptist. MVS. I :

;; ]I somewhere in the house-and The business and program meet- t's : :
i \Why the Sudden I
I when the little honoree arrived ing of the Baptist W. M. S. was a t II I -

home, to ber surprise, the little held at the church Monday after-

to i J II folks began to bob up from every noon with an unusually large at- .-
'f'Change Liquid ( nook and +K
( corner singing "Happy tendance.The: i FUNERAL
, ( Birthday to You" and showering DIRECTORSd
I devotional was conducted
' by erEFFICIE.'Ii'T
Our :Many Years
L laxatives? of her with many lovely birthday the president, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Experience \ It; Possible! for
; PRO
gifts. 11n' .anti COURTEOUS SERVICE
the subject being "Parable of the
tr I Hallowe'en decorations were Ten MODERATE PRICES

1''"', t I used effectively throughout the The Virgins.program was In charge of DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY

Doctor* have always recognized the home and during the afternoon Circle No. 1 with Mrs. E. C. Priest, STARKE FLORIDA

1tihnlne of the laxative whose dose can many Interesting games were enjoyed leader. The 'was "The Harvest -
lFS topic
I be measured, and whose action can
F i I be controlled. by the little folks. of the Word In South AmerIca -

The public too {1s fait returning entertaining the folks I Wake Your
young by Liver
Up
Priest was assisted by Mrs. and their
r/ to the use of lictuid laxatives. People ,Mrs. Harold C. Wall, Mrs. H. C. Red Cross, distributed nation-wide, handling problems of
W. J. Epperson. Mrs. J. H. Lord,
bave learned that compensation payments arising ,
a properly prepared Is an appeal for an'enlarged membership -
'} i liquid laxative brings a perfect Rltch, Mrs N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs... J. H. Pitta and Mrs. a. W. from changes in governmental regulations. ,
?f, movement without any discomfort and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Alderman. Resources were never CalomelAnd

at the time, or alter. I Delicious refreshments of Ice The business meeting waa con- more vitally needed than in this One hundred twenty disasters -Without

' JTThe dose of a liquid laxative can cream and birthday cake were ducted by Mrs. Darby and was full fourth year of economld-dlstress.! engaged the financial and person -

be varied to suit the needs of the served. Favors were Hallowe'en of interest, with plans for the coming Memberships, which 'coat one nel forces of the Red Cross during You'll Jump Out of Bl If tfcU bile !. net flowto tn*,' ":Z

individual. The action can thus be, masks. year's work: dollar or more, are Used to support the past year... More than a million in the Morning Rarin to Go food doeen-t tII.... It Jurt*d t_<"""..IIIf"
regulated. It forms no habit; Those enjoying this lovely party the bowela. Gas MoaU op your 7Tw-ilhavo
you
Fifth unemployment work of
, Sunday meting will be held ( dollars was spent In relief of fami- bad tate aid jo"
need a thick
not take a "double dose" a day. were: Louise Stern, Jacqueline Andrews next Sunday with Antioch chapters and national organization U J'ou our and ..... out In ymi1.hw.UTot
Church
: or two later. Nor will a mild liquid ; lies who lost their all in hurricanes, leek fill do rt
swallow aeaes6
!! laxative irritate the kidneys. Marjorie and Ida Lula Da- and it Is hoped many will attend. nationwide disaster relief work; storms, fires, earthquakes and oth- the world punk, don't head aad. n'roe'II ,
vis, Mary Lorraine and Kathleen Lawtey W. M. S. will have charge health work In hundreds of communities er frightful calamities. ? lot of alu, mineral water, and out. VourwoleM t Ch Tg0It
\ The' wrong cathartic map keep you Stockwell, Gloria Buford Nina oil. laxative candy or chewing Uk_ t1>o.. Md. old .
,
:of the W. M. S. with special reference to .t
\ Circle
eon tpaled at long at you keep on program. President Roosevelt has said: "I gum and expect them to make LITTLE: LIVES PILLS to t U"Vp
wing U. Bishop, Sara and Juanita Barefoot, No. 2 will have charge, ,of the preserving the health of motherland can be coated: on to foster and aid suddenly sweet and buoyant you and po...... of bile Aowlav ''HI", TrT.voO-
Melba, Margaret and Betty String- children :you foul "up aad op.1' Tfc" "i> ...
church flowtrs for November. ; safety workthrou&hteaching In full of sunshine .table
In .
Dr. CaldweU's every way my power the .. .
Syrnp i centle
; Pepsin {ia d.rful. l Jumnl "
fellow .Sarah
and Sewell fII&k1'
prescription and {is perfectly taft.. Betty first aid and life saving; great work your organization( the For they can't do It. They only tract*, amaalna weed It eon' m
'1 Its laxative action is baited) on sennaa Margaret Montleth. Billy and Both male and female' reindeer welfare work through six million Red Cross) must carry on." move the bowels) and.a mere movement the bile flow freelr.Bui .
nalurallsutive.The bowels will Martha Jane Wainwright. have antler school: children who are members Can any citizens of the nation doesn't get at the cause. The dont uk for U..* pIlia' '"uk tor :
ant become dependent this form of the Junior reason for Carter-a Little Lira PlI.l* *?
on Red Cross; and one fail to do likewise r your down-and-out .
.. ton \ 9
t* help. Dr. Caldwell's In 1886 feeling Is BUM Carter' IJtllo Ll r p
Syrup aill an explosion eruption In No abrasive diamonds ar. of the most your liver. It should a
produced tasks
is at all ; important ever Join as a member of your local | the red. .label Bwnl:
pour
druggists. cut two
Member N. H. A.i New Zealand opened a. fissure ; in the United States. to face pounds of liquid *
I the Red Cross-keeping up chapter during the Roll CalL bile Into y ur bowels daily. .......,"'Ie. fie at drug store :-
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OCTOBER :n. 1933 BRADFORD x"CNTW TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA' PAGE FIVI'J!'

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Mrs. Laura I. Powell ia enjoying The building of Fort Vancouver,

a visit in Baldwin with her son-in- Washington was commenced in

law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. RISING FAVORITE 1824',by Dr. John, McLoughlio.t.1 .

Robert E. Tanner. ,
Bits'of Mr. II. M, MenMisa *-, c..... "t.1;
piraruchaf the Purua River,
'
:Miss Elsie Daugherty of Englewood RECIPES; in Brazil Is the largest of freshwater

Tenn., is the guest of her Gladys Thomas charming I ; fishes.

El Local Nev brother and Uster-ln-law, Rev. and daughter of Mr. and Mra. Frank _

Mrs. W. E. Daugberty. Thomas.., and L. Newmona were '1 i OFBRADFORD

-- united In marriage Saturday night

Concerning Our People Burliness and Mr. and Mrs. William Lee of Both bride and groom are well COUNTY' NAT SEZ: 'i Y

E known and highly ,respected citizens !-
of the County and Town. Pensacola were week-end guestsof t
Progrtit
Mrs. Jessie Mae. Blakely and \: of this Community and have _.. _
father W. W. Baisden. the beet wishes of their many HOUSEWIVES Ihad a little talk with the. Presl-

I friends. : dent last Sunday night;, he was

The farmers of this section are doing most of the talking and all
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendov
visitor Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden of
Knight was a
>ol J{. V. setting strawberry plants again FAVORITE PUDDING RECIPES that I said wasAmen"
Friday. Monticello were visitors' to Starke were In Gainesville Saturday aft
Gainesville '
ernoon attending the Florida-North after the much needed rain that every
Sunday.Mrs. --
fell Saturday night and Sunday.Mr. once In awhile.
Carolina football
L. c Stokes of Melrose ,was a game. andjtfrs. Jim Kern and Mr. ''I Fluffy Chocolate PuddingTwo Banana PuddingOne What Impressed

ttor here Saturday. G. W. Roberta of Lawtey and one-third cups of milk pint of milk two tablespoonfuls me the most was
and Mrs. Claud Green and children
wall a visitor here Wednesday ]Mra. Charles Larsen of Lakeland and David one-half cup of augur five table- of sugar tablespoon of flour, when he said G
Thomas all of Hell-
-Col. H. V. Knight was a visitor morning. ia the guest of her brother-in-law bronn, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.H. spoonfuls of corn starch one and three eggs (separated), one teaspoonful that he was go- i

(Jacksonville Saturday.. and sister Col. and Mrs. D. E. H. Thomas Sunday.Mr. one-half squares of chocolate one- of vapllla, four bananas,, I lag ,to. put this kk +

Miss Sue Harrison of Jasper wasa Knight at the Starke Hotel. half teaspoon of salt three egg two small boxes of vanilla wafers, thing over and
and Mrs. Adam of
Green
I Moore of lAwtey was a week-end guest of Miss Annie yolks, one teaspoon of vanilla one tablespoon of butter and salt If he couldn'tdo
H. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs
Little Ann Turner la whites of the stiffly beaten
visitor here Friday. Mae Pearce. Betty eggs to suit. ,>t one way k
Tate
Incas spending the week in Bronson with Alvarez Sunday. and folded in last. Scald milk; beat egg yolks, add he would another .. f

J. Canova of Gainesville J. C. Robinson of Apopka was attending her brother and sister-in-law Mr. H. M. McRae attended prayer Mix sugar corn starch eggs butter vanilla, flour and salt Then way; but it
John and Mrs. Thomas A. Turner. meeting in Hellbroon section Fri and salt and form into a thin paste Was to be
going
f visitor here Thursday. to business here, the first add the scalded milk. Put a layer
I, a rT IT--, of the week. day night. J with a little milk. Add to the of wafers in bottom of baking dish, done.. He la asking for a little patience -

Mrs. J. B. Sipp and daughter, Miss Vesta McRae was visiting heated milk in top of double boiler. cover with one-Inch thick layer of on the part of the citizens
Strickland
.roward H. here Pa-. Col. H. V. Knight attended courtIn Mills Dorothy Sapp, have been con- relatives I Pine Level section Saturday 'Then add the melted chocolate and custard then add a layer of sliced whq have as yet not received any
ka was a visitor Friday.ev stir constantly to prevent lumps benefit from the NRA It
Tallahassee and Perry the first flnde to their home for several Andrew bananas, and repeat the above until program.
of the week. days with an attack of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver and and cook for twenty*minutes. Add I all the Ingredients are used. takes time to reach every one in 80 '

K B. Joyner of Jacksonville children of Jacksonville spent vanilla and pour up Into molds and Then add the stiffly beaten egg vast an undertaking and so let's

a! a visitor to Starke Tuesday.F Bryan Parks of Atlanta Ga., is The "CUTIE," a dainty little Thursday night here with Mr. and chill. Serve with whipped cream. whites to which two tablespoonfuls not get Impatient and begin knock l ,

here on a visit with his father Dr. Portrait and think of the price Mrs. R. M. Crosby.Mr. Mrs. L.. J. Green of sugar has been added and cookin Ing., Most of us are still getting

Sauls of Pompano spent W. B. Parka. 3 for 75c. ] and Mrs. R. M. Crosby visit- Starke, Florida. hot oven until icing Is brown. three meals a day. they may not be

> week-end here with his family. Hoover Bros. Studio. ed the bedside of Mrs. Crosby's -- Serve cold. three. square meals but'meals they;

sister Mrs. E. D. Sullivan at Thereat Prune
Wallace Crews and J. M. Mott of Pudding Mrs. Lafayette Williams are nevertheless.
ol Joe Hill Williams of Lake Brooker were visitors here Tues- Mr. and Mrs. W. W Page and Friday. Two cups of chopped, cooked and Starke Florida. I, was talking to a horse tradee

itlci was a visitor here Wednes- day afternoon. son. Billy of Jacksonville were Mrs. Agnes Knowles and Miss pitted prunes, three-fourths cup of the. other day and he said that It '

week-end guests of Mrs. Page's Ruth Williams, our teachers, were molasses two eggs (beaten), one Rico Pudding was,impossible for him to stand behind : y
pleasant visitors of Mrs. H. M. and one-half cups of he sold. With.
wholewheat mule that
of Rat- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. every
Postmaster S. A. Bryan ;. Use left-over cooked rice; beat
J. H. Lawrence of Keystone strut McRae Monday afternoon. flour each of I do stand behind t,
jilrs Mon- one teaspoon cinnamon me,,it''s different,
ford was a visitor to Starke the yolks of two eggs and add
lights was a visitor here Satur- day afternoon. Miss Audrey McRae was visit- nutmeg and soda, and one- three-fourths of table- everything I sell.I .
cup sugar
ing Mr. and Mra. Paul Underhill half teaspoon of salt and one-half '
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and spoonful of butter and nutmeg to am Still Selling

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere little daughter, Mary Anne, of in Vanderbilt section Saturday. cup of milk (or half milk and half taste t>r a teaspoon of vanilla and HANOVER SHIRTS for ,IO)
,lrs C. M. Saucer and son of .
water)
limn were visitors here Satur- visitors to Jacksonville Tues- Gainesville were guests Sunday of P.-T. A. CONGRESS PLANNED mix: with sweet milk and add to the Market Price Is $1.150 y.

day afternoon.A. Mr. Canova's mother Mrs. E. E. TAMPA-Plans for the annual Mix prunes molasses and eggs. rice. ]Mix\ thoroughly and place in Try a Pair of ,

Canova.Mr. fall state convention of the Florida Mix flour with spices salt and soda baking dish and cover with meringue PETERS' WORK SHOES $1.75'

D. Andrews of Lake Butlerwk.8 and add to the prune mixture with using the left-over Wear ;
klr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman olJlroae Congress of Parents and Teacherswere egg They Longer ;k' s
business. visitor here. Sat- and Mrs. C. A. Driggers '' milk. Cook. Serve with your desired whites. A few raisins can be added 4
were visitors here Tuea- completed at 'a meeting hereof You11I Ne 'l a SWEATER on a .L
have recently moved here from pudding sauce. Serves .
urday afternoon.Mr. eight.Contributed. if desired.
the state board at managers of Chilly :'Morning-All Styles $1.00
Mr. Is
Lake Butler. Driggers em- .
Contributed.
the association. Mrs. H. B. Hutch- !
and Mrs. Hiram Fortner of ployed by the Torode Chevrolet Just Received a Shipment orlIUNSINOWEAU
[evy A. Canova spent Thursday Inson of Tampa was named chair- Next week 1u ;: HOSE
the
Lake Geneva were visitors to Company. of I Telegraph print FavoriteCuMterole' Dish_
man
ending to business In Jackson- a nominating committee Chiffon or Service, 79o
Send favorite In.
your one
I Starke Tuesday. .
e. which will select a slate of officersfor
Miss Claire Naughton of Jack- Market Price Is '1.00
to NOT"'' OF '
presentation the AI'PhllbjTlo'rO
Daytona
,''V. Saxon of Hampton was 'a I Hugh L. Brownlee, Jr., of Jack- sonville was a guest Sunday of her Beach gathering. HHI.L -HltOlfn LAI ff =i Time to Buy that WINTER COAT
sonville spent the week-end here sister, Miss Agnes Naughton, at Notice In. hereby given to all whom Priced 98.09 to $%3.30
Jitor to Starke after- -. It concern
Monday : may that W It. An- After The DanceAnd
n. :with his family. I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hamil- The emperor of' Ethiopia bas draws, urn guardian 011 H.: A.: Andrew. All New Style ( !
ton Ritch Jr. ", minor will on 16th day of
promised that he will At Intermltmloii How About that NEW SUIT
free all of the November A. T>. J9S3, apply to the
Matthews of Alachua was a Hartwell A. Dew of Jacksonville 2,000,000 slaves in his country Honorable W. i K. Ferryman, County Made''to Measure Fit Guaranteed
was attending to business in Mrs. Thelma Johns and Miss within fifteen Judge of Hradford County Florida, STOP AT HALL'SNear '%%.00
IDeas visitor here Friday after- years. at hlM office In Court House, at 10 1
Martha Powell the weekendIn
n. Starke Saturday.Mrs. spent o'plocK A. M., or Boon thereafter for New Dress Materials Every Week -
Apopka, the guests of Mr. and NOTICM OK1 FIKAI I'ROOFD"p.'m. authority to Hell at private cute! the ( Seaboard Station)
..' Of The Interior entire Interest and estate of nalil 20o to 60a a Yard
L. S. Hutto and daughter, Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Miss Vera minor In and
ararrml to
Lad Out the following land, McCall Patterns Too
Miss Edna spent Saturday shopping Claire Robinson.Mr. At WaihlngtOB, 11. C.. Srp) '. 18, JB.13. fn Urndford County. Florida, to-wlt.; For Chili Shrimpand ,
ENT A W00COLUMN Notice IN herehy given that John The Ku.t 'Eleven Acres of SIGU of IT PAYS TO SHOP AT ,
in Jacksonville. D. Mathews, of Starke. Florida ,, NWV4 of S...,. 12. Twp. 6 8., K tt
and ]Mra. Johnny Balsden on March 15. 1889, mad Sea. .>i8hn: 11a..t.:
** Miss Fenella spent the and children have returned to their S., homestead entry, No. 021889, Which application will be based STERNBERG'SStarke
Snyder GalneavllI sense, for the WH NW-i. on the petition now on file In said
week-end in Jacksonville the guest home' In Lake City after a short HKV4 N W y.. Section g. Town.hlp e H,, Court dated October 26th 1983. Delicious Barbecue
of Miss Lillian Garria. visit here with Mr. Balsden'a father Range sa El., Tal. Meridian, haD filed W. "* Andrew.. Uuardlan Florida
SALE New Chevrolet 1Hi notice of Intention make three lO-l7ll1tlt1 ,
trucking: wheel base; dual W.:.'W.' Balsden. year Proof to eitabflsh claim to the V' 'l''

els; large rims and 32x9 tires. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott spent land above described before A. J !
Thomas, Clerk
of
the" Clrnlt I
s than one month old and lees the week-end in DeLand with Mr. Mrs: Emma Carlton of Jackson Ntarka. Florida, onthe 27th'dc."yuai;: ,
ville returned home after October, 1933.
and Mrs. Walter Glatzau. Sunday
n i 1,000 miles. Carries new I..
ck guarantee. Starke Stave spending several days with her 5.Ctltr ck endmof etarkeeaFlorldai; -Y/ i

I, Starke, Fla. 10-6-tf Mrs. Annie Richard spent Tues brother and sister-in-law. Judge Fred Sane,of Stark.Florida Shelton -
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Starling of Stark, Florida Hen
day at the State Farm visiting Mr rover
ry Urirfliv of Starker, Florida.: j N
R SALE-J35, Brand new auto and Mrs. W J. Epperson Jr. D. K. PARROTT.

railer; will carry boat lumber Friends of Mrs. H. D ..Heming 10-Acting atn I-1 Assistant' Commissioner: ,

tent and bed; strong:, safe ideal J. O. Turner who has been spendIng way mother of Rev. L. G. Hem-

T camping. Also auto trunk $8. several weeks in Macon, Ga., ingway, will be. sorry to learn she TO 1>EIITORNotlo*! In. AI\oD CREDITORS STARKE FLORIDA
hereby given that all
t Leon A. Gray at school or In- has returned to his home here. Is confined to her home with a creditor,distributee and all person 1 ? e

Ire at K. &: M. Service Station. fractured hip as the result of a fall havlna- claims against the Estate of
|">-2tp ]Miss Beverly Cady of Jacksonville last Friday. J. I.. Fraaee, deceaii. are hereby re.quired .
to present th_ame duly au Specials Friday Saturday Oct. 27 28
spent the week-end here with thenticated to the County Judge of I
OR SALE-Famous Indian River Bradford County, at hla of.
Florida
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards
her mother Mra. F. B. Cady. and flee In the
court hou>* In Stark,
|i ub, 8c lb.; 10 Ibs. 75c. I sell at
little daughter Fredrlka and within on. ,
-- Miss :year from date hereof or
1 1U1 tbe peraonn to laid
price, also the I
placenextr spent Sunday the guests of rela- Jacksonville after a two weeks' Estate are "Qulradi, to pay same 10 for .25c
to Hollingsworth Shoe Shop. forthwith to the undersigned admin a
tives in Green Cove Springs. stay at the Struth cottage at istratrix.
nember a dime saved is ,
one Kingsley Lake. This the Lath dnjn'of Sept, IOU,
le C. C. Orlffls. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Moore MIUIAM Fl\AZE nicLCHEfi' RICE, 5 Ibs _20c

GS FOR SALE-Or will trade and Mrs. Catherine Teare of Law- Mrs. Ethel I loll way, national D-UIDtIU-U t 1 el ilonie YKVY"MFR' ,1

tey were visitors here Monday. treasurer of Woodmen Circle "
jwlf corn and half cash. O. R. .aaNp MEAL, 10 Ibs 15c '
,th, Bostwick, Fla. 10-20-tf Montgomery, Ala., and Miss Myrtle WHY NOT HAVE TilE ouaui
Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto Ollla Crump state manager of

R: SALE-Syrup cans all sizes; and Helen Prather spent Tuesdayand Woodmen Circle Tampa were BEST? Navy or Northern

|lao good supply quart bottles. Wednesday in Jacksonville. guests of Mrs. Vonda Inman BEANS lb. .5c
rka i Hardware Co. 10-27-tf Thursday night. All new, modern equipment.We I ,

Mrs. E. S. }Matthews Mrs. H,B. are prepared to serve.
It SA i--One used piano, good .IcLendon, and B.. R. Witskovskl George Blair of Wildwood was in Our service III finer our Bananas, ,5c r

"Condition; one Jersey cow( first were visitors to Jacksonville Tues- Starke Monday visiting at the prices lower.BOREE '

), L. A. Johns, Hampton, Fla. day. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. & Pound .27c Cooking APPLES Pound f 27c 4

Mr. Blair accompanied by Miss GIDDENS
5 Pounds. 15c
it: OR STRAYED One Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Marshall Edna Hutto attended the Ringling FUNERAL m'ltCCTOnS Pancake Flour lOc
sow Phoae B-0304 '
Ambnlnae
Best
Service
White
nd<1 six pigs; sow marked crop of Jacksonville were guests Sun- nd Barnum and Bailey Circus in JACKSONVILLE: ]. FLA. BACON ,
i underblt day of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spark- Jacksonville that evening POTTED MEAT
one -:
:
ear. Pound
straight
underbits split man. Starke, Fl.. Draach N... Dust I :: ,--- ____7'/c ;

reward in offered other ear.for same Rea.able Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest and 3 Cans _- .lOc [1, qS!!a

hey McKinney, Starke, Fla_ ltp Mrs. George K. Kenly and daughter Mrs. R. J. Davis spent Wednesday II J.f-_ MATCHES

Miss Genevieve Kenly are afternoon in Jacksonville. Mr. and THEATRE Good Heavy Brooms
PRE!!: RITZ
LARD-Home made. 60 Iba spending several weeks in Jackson- Mrs. Priest visited Mrs Priest's a..pede 2 Packages

1.T5. sold by J. c. Manning ville. sister. Mrs W. B. Hollingsworth a Each .. v. ,... 35c Pound 15c _ 15c
STARKE FGOli1DA
rke Fla. patient at St. Luke's Hospital, and I

Mrs. O. L. Beasley has returned Mrs. Dalva spent the afternoon
"-Oats MATINEE Lettuce 2 for 15c SALT 3 forlOc"
,
Rye, Onion
seed
J-na. Garden and home after a visit In Tampa with with her mother, Mra. Ida Wells fa* Peas and
a variety her parents Mr. and Mra. A. C. Tatum. Hmlmramr aillO P. H.
small seeds; also syrup and lard Durden. .TIGHT.' .,..10 ..
|i at White's store. 3t10-6-20| FIGURES CANNOT LIE 5UJ''1LtY. *lS P. M. N'o. 2 Half

Cocoanut .Sc Pint
It RENT-- Furnished apart- Mrs. Nelson Green and children pkg

.ent with| private bath. F. A. spent Tuesday in Highland with The professor of mathematics PROGRAMBEGINNING Can. 5c

tt, Mrs. Green's mother Mrs. H. C. thought he was clever but one day OCTOBER ft "' Best Irish Potatoes

Wimberly. he met hla matchj "Arithmetic is 20c ,

I? SALE-Genuine Missionary a science of truth," he began one FRIDAY SATURDAY 5 Pounds. _.__, 13c Pint s

fck7 !rry plant grown from Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Miss Ethel day In lecturing to the class. "Fig- TIM. McCOY: DelMonte 10 Pounds. 25c 25c ,

J. Allen Nurseries of Mary- Ricks and Carson Grlffls of High- urea cannot lie. For example if "End of the Trail"

let last February $1.50 per land were visitors here Wednesday one man can build a house In GARDEN PEAS CHEESE lb., 18c }
lIal1d f, ,
'b'
Castleberry. Free afternoon. twelve daya twelve men can buildit
PIes upon request N. PThur-' in one day." SUNDAY. MONDAY No. 2 Can. _, 19c
ai<1, Snowdrift
TUESDAY FLOUR
Castleberry Ala.10.2Tj4i111.17. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. A quick-witted student rose to

| and I Dr. J. .W Brownlee are )In I his feet. "Three Cornered DelMonte / 24 Ibis 95c 121bs 49c

It 8At lf-Missionary Ocala attending the State Dental "Yes" he said, "aud I presume Moon"Claudette Golden Bantam Corn t ,'
I StrawberPlants. Association. 288 men can build It In one hour i .

J. These. by bed or by the thou- 17,280 in one minute and 1,636,800in ) Colbert!Richard Arkra No. 2 Can. 13c LARD .
plants ----
l1'ound are grown on Mrs. Robert E. Tanner and sons one second. I'm not a bricklayer Mary Boland Wallace Ford ,

ltock.: I and have from the fresh nur- Bobby and Edward of Baldwin but r msure one of them couldn't Tom Brown Lyda Robert DelMonte 2 Ibs 15c 3 Ibs 23c t
plants and of Mr. and lay a brick In that time." rr
need to were guests Sunday ALSO NEWS AND COMEDY:

next sasses raise some berries for Mrs. J. H. Fields. While the class and the professor BARTLET PEARS .,, J 8 Ibs_ __ ._ __55c
I wur See me or write were still gasping the student WEDNESDAYTiIURSDAY Tall Can
e3Cpec.d 15cHershey's I
: -'
i I- A, CRIFPTS.ge, we can Dexter: Fellows stopped over in went on: "Take a Chance" '

8-18tf Starke Sunday for a visit with his "Again If one ship can cross the CORN BEEF I. a ;
Jane Cane
a June
Knight Dunn
i'EDERAL LAND DANK tJI relatives the Lagergren family Atlantic in six: days six: ships can .
offering- to New York. croaa it in one day..That's not Lillian Roth Buddy RogersIIIDDDIEB SUGAR 51L Can ... 13C
es some attractive while on his way po 25c Packages __ __1Sc -', -----._ ,
sad terms on farms ID Mr. Fellows Is the advertising sible either. Where's your truth HALLOWE'EN

Florida 'Wrlte' I manager of the Ringling Brothers in arithmetic I don't think you CELEBRATION': MILK Tall Can :
or see Au- _.6c BUTTER b. .24c
I'rtnk. special Real Estate Shows, and Is one of the most know what you're aylng."-Answers. Monday Night October SO Lamp Shades__ .6c 4 4yrJa
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Starke ,Florida. 0-15-tf 'widely; known men in the country. ... - - - -
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BRADFORD COUNTY TCLBOItAPn." STARTLE FLORIDA -FRLD'U', Orz'c4:
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r. Hints To Housewives ,,, .--::;::;;::- if teeea.. seteooes. TALLAHASSltEOvercrowaedconditions ASYLUM CASES TAMPA nr.p.\lu'lioyaa' 'G (1L.1 t. "

at the State Hospital for women ai i
ot tbp .
the Insane at Chattohoochee is a weeten
HIllI1borough
FARMERS SECTIONConducted Weekly from Home Demonstration perplerlng problem for Governor leadershiP want' ) IIIJ pW
STATE NEWSNews of t.jp
Specialist, Tallahassee LIVE Dave Sholtz and members of his home deJllODBtIJlIO:: \lIle :

cabinet. So much so that the Gov- finishing! 1\geI\ !,
to
anupHnclpaj
by Demonstration Agents LITTLE HOUSEHOLD JOBS of Florida In Short Paragraphs ernor and other members of the their reeapln pu.actid I ....'.
Board of Public Institutions have toberand :
""
Drawer. That Stick moved to weed out senile cases by more than 126 Nvel7\ber.-\

.-:.... Jj '"' Now is tbe time to remedy the requesting relatives to take these room chair anti perch totk
I bureau drawer that sticks. It It Is patients home. recaned otbel1 bt
at a
/ not quite dry when returned to its total coal
-
Florida To Join In LICENSESDE $50. says 2uiw
HAVE STATE
RURAL place, you will discover the spot CAUSE TROUBLETALLAHASSEECensus MUST Runb.
PLANS SEA BASE
the
of
Non-residenU
that In weather Is to data LAND-
National CelebrationOf damp likely
Florida made children attend the TAMPA-Looking to a proposed DOFF: FOR[
COMMON SENSEBy swell and make trouble. Take a on transients in public state whose
this week the schools must obtain Florida airplane service between Tampaand 'tltltt.
4-H Achievements piece of common yellow soap, by Emergency public JACISON\I1v E
SPUDS :JOHNSONCOBIMUNITIES moisten it, and rub freely the parts Relief Administration show 14,299 licenses for their cars regardless Havana, operated by Pan- selling more rhea ,I
non-resident and between Florida and American Airways, Inc.,. the boardof of
unem-
I GAINESVILLE Florida 4-H which are too tight. Also soap un- persons as of reciprocity a narcotic Vsed Ip
' YET ilAYERESPONSIBILITIES ployed aa of October 3. other states, it Is announced by aldermen has authorized construction Brantley R tI .
der the part of the drawer where it Mo l .
Club boys and girls will Join their : tealeap
of a seaplane base here.
OF Harry Wilcox, automobile license has been arrest
slides. Or, apply a tallow candle.
fellow club members over the en- here 'I
base is expected to be
td MEETING HUMAN NEEDS tire United States in celebratinga Or, rub the parts freely with bacon I ABSURDITYTALLAHASSEE.Declaring Inspector for this district. not The later than December 1 and ready will authorities said| ha tented !
year of club achievements No- rind. The soap, however, is likely i : : it I growing theforsmoKlng.weect 8.bd
located at Ballast Point p
The women of the nation are vember 4, according to announce-- to effect the more permanent cure. wanted to "emphasize the utter ab HER 106TII BIRTHDAY PARTY be a parkon p
conducting a crusade of mobilization ment from the Agricultural Extension To Clean Mattresses surdity" of the 1933 legislative act PIERCE-Mrs.: : Martha Weeks of Tampa Bay, five miles from the to be aa accomplic\wormy, ""holt htIt! I

for human needs. It began Service. Stains on mattresses may be removed prohibiting: use of auxiliary gasoline Keyesvllle, Hlllsborough County's city limits. was withheld. prep I\'ILI '
October 13 and will continue until by covering them with dry tanks on motor vehicles, the oldest resident, celebrated her by the authority ICI Ipt(, .
November 12. Mrs. Arthur Q Plans nave peen the made coast-to-coast for a radio laundry starch and moistening this State Supreme Court declared!: the 106th birthday party Thursday, almost PRIZE PIG fessed. baIt

' Cummer of Jacksonville is chair- network program of over the National Broad- with enough soalp or soap Jelly measure unconstitutional. three months after the anni- ST. AUGUSTINE-While farm- --.

man for Florida. casting Company. The programwill (made by melting scraps of hard versary date. The party was given ers of the nation were frantically mSI.1't.: >t
"The object of the crusade," says begin at 12:30: EST with a soap in about their own bulk of POLICE CAN'T SMOKE! for her by the Woman's Club here, rushing thousands of young pigsto TALLAHASSEE kHltR .
t Mrs Cummer, "is to convince the 15-mlnute broadcast from Wash boiling water) to form a thin paste, LAKE WORTH-Lake Worth's and after the dinner :Mrs. Weeks slaughter as a part of the recovery Commissioner VUM- \jr.1:

citizens of our various communitiesthat ington. A 30-mlnute program will which will dry on, but not soak policemen are forbidden to smoke was taken for an automobile ride. program, eleven-year-old for Chicago !la?( week
It is our responsibility to meet ,then be given from each Florida through Into the mattress. Let dry while on duty. The city commis- Edmond Maltby of Hastings gazed will personally fUpwiM) ale'
+ permanent human needs of our fellow I NBC station by local club workers and brush off with a stiff whisk sion passed this resolution: "Po- GIRLS RECEIVE AID with pride on a pure-bred Poland mantling of toe Florida Z

citizens; and that this duty and others, and a final quarter- broom. Repeat if necessary. Aft- licemen of the city of Lake Worth TALLAHASSEE- Scholarships, China pig, 4-H Club award received a Century of PMgreee e "
cannot be shifted to the Federal erwards with ammonia and from the North Carolina farm of lxp"
.f sponge are required to refrain from smok- Official
hour broadcast will come from 1 jans and employment are providing approval! Was
Aid Administration. The Federal Washington.The water. ing while on duty and In public financial aid necessary to continue :Mrs. David Sholtz, wife of the Gov- week to a plan t" return gt'/I1

;. government is carrying nearly all local program over WIOD, Remove Wall Paper Stains view" 418 -students of the Florida State ernor of Florida. Malby's prize of the exhibit: Tallahasae a,fc,
( of the unemployment load. AH Miami will To remove and oil stains was one of four pigs awarded by a ,,
present talks by Emily grease College for Women, or 28.6 per permanent xhibn will
"'I' other welfare needs, greatly increased Olson, president of the state 4-H from wall paper, fold a piece of j PLANT POTATOES cent, in their studies. Dr. Elizabeth the wife of the chief executive to talned. Official! 4loaingorIk men
because of this situation, Council Mra. and In the fold VERO BEACH-A water ship- encourage pig club boys of Florida. position
2 ; T. V. Moore, chairman blotting paper Gordon Andrews, personal director, is set for November
can be cared for only from com- ment of 05,000 pounds of potatoeswas 1
of the American Home Department spread pipe clay or French chalk. said students would receive approximately -
munity resources. Florida Federation of Stitch or pin the edges together to I received here last week and $51,000 in aid this BIG SEASON PREDICTED TAMPA 1iEPU/ Tg40gu

"We must continue to see that Women's Clubs, and John Irvin, keep the chalk from falling out. was consigned to Graves Brothers year through the three sources. TALLAHASSEE State Hotel TAMPA Tampa !
r the health of our communities Is Palm Beach County. Lay this over the grease spot and Company, who will plant 300 acres Commissioner Jim Sullivan said recently -'picture of hci gained: |,

a, properly safeguarded; that orphaned Over WSUN, St. Petersburg, the apply a hot iron, taking care not of their extensive holdings In the NO SLINKY FIGURE he believed Florida's resort problem this presentment week uneo
and neglected children and the speakers will be R. W. Blacklock, to scorch the paper. Change the Wabasso territory to potatoes. JACKSONVILLE: "Aunt Ma- hotels this winter would enjoy the 'relief director .1 i| r vial
aged are protected; that hospital state boys club agent; Mrs. Floyd blotter paper occasionally, and, if George Heath, expert In this line Is mie" Williams, Zellwood negro, best season in their history. Just vealed that a fI\WIl\ _
total of ,
5,424
:i care is provided for those unable to Snyder, mother and home demon- necessary, repeat with a frlsh iron. in charge of the work who once tipped the scale beams at back from a national convention of ployed persons nfwiow lit

: pay for it; that delinquency and stration club member, and Jane Or, make a thick paste of pow- 798 pounds, has complained to the hotel operators in Chicago, Sullivan with the bureau *e rsjij\ ,
,
crime are prevented, and that he- Turk and R. C. Joyner, Hills- dered pipe clay or French chalk SHORTAGE IS CHARGED sheriff's office that troublesome said he had received enthusiastic occupations. Skilled, reKitiii] lI
creatlonal needs are met. borough County. and apply it to the spot with a JACKSONVILLE state audit neighbors have caused her to lose reports from the hotel men. listed as 1,271. tHisMIed women
"Upon our adequate meeting of The talks over WJAX, Jacksonville brush. Let it remain until dry. which claims a shortage in the accounts 200 pounds. "They have made me "They tell me," Sullivan said, "that 3,020, courflhercW m,
these needs, the continuance of will be given by Congressman Then brush off and repeat if nec- of former Sheriff W. B. Ca- feel poorly," she said, and she they already are receiving reser- 707. personal service' end tirofos,
) our civilization depends." W. J. Sears, Miss Flavla Glea- essary. hoon of Duval County, of $12- wants peace and quiet restored vations for the Florida winter ho- farmers 84. 3tf,
Human needs and emergenciesmust son, state home demonstration 162.47, was the basis of a suit filed that the lost poundage may be re- tels, many of them from sixty to

be met. A certain amount ot agent, Miss Margaret Wood, member Plan Now For Cayana here seeking collection of amount. gained. She is forty-eight and ninety days, and that the numberof "There are -
.' charity and "relief" are always > Bradford County School Board, Cahoon, when be left office, claimed works the garden in which much of inquiries received is three lottery fat
,,:' necessary. But the greatest "relief" and Eugene Boyles, Suwannee Cane For Planting. he owed the county nothing. her food is raised. than at any year before. greater conducted each month by the In 6bsin, writ\
: that can be provided for any County. IfJVeJ'nmenL
t' person is to enable that person toy A similar program will be given Resists Main Trouble .6:. ;;;;;;;0;;' _.

become self-supporting, and consequently over WRUF, here, from 12 to 12:45: ;:; = ---

self-respecting. The habit ,EST, the same day, and will present GAINESVILLE The time to
'I. of calling on charity grows on talk by Dr. Wllmon Newell, plan for Cayana-10 sugarcane
some people with remarkable ease. dean of the College of planting material is now, and Cay-
'v i< The crusade of mobilization for leading club boys Agrlculture'l' ana has proven to be the best for

ti human needs should certainly accomplish others. syrup and forage purposes of all This Is TheGOLDEN '

f its worthy purposes, but varieties and hybrid strains testedat 'k
r 1C would not be amiss for it alwaysto Careful HandlingOf the Florida Experiment Station, ,
keep In mind ,
tbe rehabilitation ,.
1 to W. E. Stokes
according ,
agrono-
of the case as a prime human need. Sweet Potatoes mist. I'. k''r'
i The sooner a person or a familycan
Growers will be banking plantIng !
Saves Great
become self-sustaining, the Loss
quicker will the material soon, and next spring!
load be lifted from AGE 11
I the community and the better it GAINESVILLE-Careful- hand- at planting time farmers may be :l

will be for the individuals concerned ling and suitable storage are the unable to get material for planting v
unless they have arranged for
most vital
problems of sweet
-
i potato someone to brnk it for them.
growers, since over twentyper
'. Cayana, Mr. Stokes said, has
Bulbs Offer Quick, cent of the potato crop rots, proven resistant to nematode and

Easy Way To Have Dr. G. F. Weber, plant pathologistof mosaic, the two troubles which are TIME is the
the Florida Experiment Station, now making It almost out of the OUR greatest the world has ever

Flowers All Year recently stated. question to grow the old cane va We have
Care must be taken In diggingand rieties. more to be happy with. We


GAINESVILLE--Bulbous plants keep them handling free sweet of bruises potatoes, blemishes to- plans Farmers for planting who are unable material to make now e have better things,. greater variety, keener com-

offer the Florida gardener possibly and digger cuts. Sort the
the easiest and quickest way of carefully before storing potatoes should get In touch with their forts for our choosing, more. things that elevate
county agent or write the Agricul-
securing bloom for flowers every hem, and throw out all that are
tural Extension ., and
Service Gaines- entertain.
,
day in the year, H. Harold Hume, spotted or unsound. Disease spores
ville Florida.
,
of the Experiment Station and College enter through cuts or bruises
:More than ,
1,100 cane varietiesare
of Agriculture, state In a recent The following rots, caused by
now being tested at the main .
address. fungi, are described by Dr. Weber '
There of is bulbs.a best time to set each as the main rots causing losses to station Experiment here and at Station the West,. Quincy.Florida ;.. This is the day of better homes better cloth'
group Evergreen sorts the Florida sweet potato ,

do best when set in warm weather. "Soft rot Is very common.grower The: These thousands have of cane been seedlings selected grown from L .:-: :: ing.better ideas, better health better everything.
Those that
go to rest in springand potato> becomes soft, wet and ,
here
,, start growth again In autumn are mushy quickly after being dug and and at the Everglades Station I:: Compare any phase of our life with that of years
best planted now. Those that become stored, and it is often covered by a '
5 dormant in autumn should be grayish, hairy moly. It spreads WOODEN LEO.RIDES FREE ::' ,':;::' :;', ago and you will find that it is better.
planted during winter. rapidly from
one potato to those MIAMI-The question arose here ,", "
For winter flowers, the narcissus around it. This Is the worst "," "' .
storagerot ,
I as to whether .
a passenger with an :. '
:
with its : .
., group many varieties, known. -
artificial
limb
,
commuting on an S
may be planted now. The small "Black rot : : : "
Is
characterized by air transportation line, should be And what is the instrument.that
narcissi, with four to a dozen flowers greenish; black, circular smooth, charged an excess baggage fee. ", has made
on each stem Is represented by depressed spots. Often black dots Also how ;, and is
many legs is a : making these better
passenger ?
things
; Paper White, Pearl White, Grand develop which are not deep and entitled to, anyway. If the trav- .. possible
Soltel d'Or, Chinese Sacred and ,'which rarely penetrate the heart of'the eler wishes to leave one of his legs \ ADVERTISING!
Grand
Monarque. Paper White potato. This rot is serious and with the plane's steward, should he .
.j
, planted now should bloom in six to Common. be
charged for It
according to *
eight weeks. To prolong the season "Dry rot -
usually begins at the weight T There was nothing in the
they may be planted at Intervals end of the potato, ', '
producing a firm traffic book :
to cover the of :
The of two weeks until December. brown rot. It spreads slowly and John Hudson of Miami, who case sought Advertising is the news of all the looms all the

bloom other until varieties March. should furnish tato.eventually The inner involves part becomes the whole black po- ways passage plane on a and Pan-American said he desired Air- :, ",- wi':: '' furnaces, all the laboratories, all the shops, all the

Such Poetaz varieties as Admi- and dry. It Is not common. a '
that ,
ration also, Green desirable.Forbes, and Jacondeare "Java black rot-is-strictly a stor- with his his baggage.artificial After limb Ko consider alone .,".;., <. J.'! ,<;.,'{ ;:. stores that are working, planning and building
Other satisfactory age rot. It enters \ i'
the potato able .
scratching of heads, officialsof ;. for
1 /; "" '; ''ki
I' ones that should you.
be planted through a wound and
develops the air line sold him a ticket to ',. .
now are Sir Watkins, Emperor, slowly. The potato gets dry and Havana and applied a "common- ,;

:' ; Alfred White Lady, and the hard after from four to eight sense" rule that If a oneleggedman ",
,'; sweet ecenteu Jonquilla and Odor weeks and often becomes black. wants to sit with ,
one leg with ,
ous rugulosus In West' Florida This is very destructive and is him and another in the baggage t: S Because of advertising luxuries and necessities

this group Is very much at home. common. compartment, the said artificial ,
Some of the other bulbs that ",Char oal) rot is occasionally limb would be carried free.INCREASED : '" that once would. have been worth a king's <

should be planted now are Roman found In storage houses. It produces ------e ::
,fi hyacinth, for December and Janu a black decay, which is distinguished CANCER 1//: ransom, are yours at little cost. Advertising

, ary bloom. Spring Snowflakes to from dry rot and Java TAMPA-Alarmed at the grow- '
flower In March, Spring Star Flower black rot by the presence of small ing mortality rate from cancer .1 "l pits i merchant against merchant artisan i

for March and April bloom round bodies In the flesh of the po which caused nearly 2,000 deathsIn j ,
Easter lilies, and Freeslas. The lat- tats It is not very common." Florida last year, the cancer t' against artisan, manufacturer against manu

tn ter may need ,some protection in control committee of the Florida : facturer .
for
t' the northern part of the state. 9&2-17 TO 24,430 Medical Association took steps this ;" :-' :: your benefit. This competition
'' Soil for bulbs should be prepared TALLAHASSEE-Florida voted week to educate the public in mod- > :. \
: about eight Inches deep and should 98,247 to 24,439 In favor of repealof ern cancer control methods and brings out the best there is in everything for your

have about a two Inch layer of, the Eighteenth Amendment at point out the fact that if recog- 4': '- personal benefit. .
humus Incorporated Into it. Manure the October 10 referendum, com nized and taken in its early stages _..t -r ::

4' is not preferable. About lye plete reports to the state canvassing cancer can be cured. Early diagnosis \" .
' a' pounds of, commercial fertilizer, board has revealed. Not one it was pointed out, is the : '."
't- about a B-8-O analysis, should be of the sixty-seven counties reported most effective means of checking (': "-
t added to each 100 square feet. more dry votes than wet votes the disease and frequent medical ,; You wouldn't know about boons of

) Small bulbs may be planted close as Florida became the thirty-third examinations by competent physician many
' while those about two Inches in diameter state to decide for repeal. The to- Is urged as a means of arrest- rei:'. modern life except through advertising. That is
should be spaced six to tal vote was 132,686-much lighter Ing the cancerous condition beforeIt '

p, elgbt Inches apart. Most bulbs than was expected In official cir- reaches a stage beyond medical ,r why you are not taking! full advantage of the bet-
should be planted to a depth equal cles. The sixty-seven repeal dele- control. '
ij to three or four times their diam- gates elected by popular vote will :!, .: < ter things! today if you consistenly overlook the
eter. meet here November 14 in state A Chicago man has invented a
t convention and formally ratify secret electric awltch operated by I advertisements.

The nearer we approach to perfection Congress action In adopting the an automobile battery to prevent

the fewer faults we see inS Twenty-first Amendment repealingthe unauthorized persons lifting a car's I L

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OCTOBER 27. 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAIimffi. FLORIDA: PAGBBEVEIf
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METHODIST CHURCH ADDIE SII/COX I KINCSLKY LAKE' CIIURCII

Services last Sunday were well Addle Sllcox, daughter of Mrs. D. Meeting ot Llngsley Lake next

c72 Economic Highlights attended. The music was great. Y, Sllcox died here at the home of I Lord's Day. Morning:, "Professing1,

oJ Too. every one seemed pleased with her mother ou October 13. She Poosession ConfessU,:a." Evening.

t CIrY the fine showing made. by our was born near Starke, August 28, "The Christian Race."
,t3 i tu ...pIW"I.[.. That Atlrrt the Dinner An invitation extended to alL
....11., .jldriMl (:.....-... sad T.* young people. Even the juniorswere 1888.
Hills of a.:".." l.dl 'Id.. -%.- present and took part In the She Is survived by her mother; WILLIAM BAILEY, Pastor.
iulaDIP onto III' eel, U a q t auto m7 ath.-halm 119105. tt.mal emit "t..U..1 Problems. .
worship. Fine I three brothers J. L. Silcox D. L.
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Starke, Florida. Insrpsrable from Loral Welfare. Seville, Spain, is the central
t 7t ." All relirfou! teaching, doctrine orllTJlinUlOt Oct. 23, 1933 Well, this Is Loyalty Month, and Silcox, and W. L. Sllcox; and two point of distribution for the richest -
>" *llIlU0: creed. U they are to have any claim editor Telegraph. Industrial activity, in spite of fine time It is to show our loyaltyto sisters. Miss Nellie Sllcox and Mrs. olive-producing area In the

love, )loyalty and devotion of the people, must be (in harmony with : Dear Sir: the appearance of some downward the Master worship.. Can't KIczie Ellington. world.
e hlnP; of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice tendencies: icontlnulng at a com : we make even a better showing Funeral arrangements were In
and of whom it was ..111111 John 7:48<< "NEVER MANTillS The longleaf pine of Florida hasbeen I _
paratively high rate. In August, TSpecIal '
uman Sunday of the DeWItt C. Jones
: charge
MAN. called "the glory of the plain,
LllCE production was more than fifty percent
and rightly so. It assures a healthful sermon Sunday morningat ; Company.
and Union to us this de- greater than in ,August, 1032.
of Bradford organizations situation. It Is a beautifultree 31:00: o'clock. The evening hour I S---
ATLASThe
t of church \' and annoUDceoSpn.ee In July, production reached Its OI'f-f
for news freely given and no charge made-the only requirement tall, straight and symmetri peak when It was equal to the will be marked by music and other For illuminating bicycle head-

such Items reach thl. office before Wednesday morning: cal. While growing, its seeds furnish 1923-25: average features and a short sermon. lights, a dynamo operated by friction -
bat cannot be handled for current Issue. foods for manyanimals and Sunday School was at high water ; against the front wheel has
ee they _._ Price advances, which started We been Invented Standard
--- Its resin Is valuable. After being mark Sunday. are looking a simple governor
felled its wood la useful for many with the first manifestations of re- for' fine Young People's Meeting controlling I Its operation to limit
E CIIURcn DmEOTORY Rome agalnct uncharitable judg- purposes and even the stump can covery, continued through September. 7:00: p.m. Why not? the amount of current supplied. Tire GuaranteedOne

x ment of each other. be made to yield tar, pitch, tur- The cost of living has accord Our worship service Sunday eve '
Baptist ChurchJ. The books and on Sunday ingly risen. An exception to the Mountain nomads.NITICI Year
|Flrst papers pentine and road binder. The latestuse ning waa:: greatly strengthened bya Laps are
e J. Johnson, paator. School Lessons have devoted to- for the wood is for paper pulp,, general trend is farm prices, which fine talk by Prof Gray.
Ly School-10:00: A. M. day's lesson to a study of temper- and this circumstance more than have declined. One of the best recent Prayer meeting Wednesday eve APPLICATION you of TAX r>Kiri> NNNNN..H

-,( Log Worship 11:00 A. M. ance, covering mostly alcoholic any other, will cause the woods to signs Is that the, wide dlscep- ning was splendid. :Mrs. W. G. Halle Notice l I. hereby given, that J. H.Ailkinn .

T. p U6:30: P. :M. drinks and narcotics. Be protected better than before and ancy between production and consumption and Miss Kate Struth prepared the ftrd, holder day of of August Tax: Certificate A. D. 1933 No.4X6 ,.

mag Worshl-7:30: P. Its.rdialinvitstion Without using quotation markswe give impetus to the starting of which confused the out- program.Let had: filed Raid certificate'I In my office Frigidairethe
extended tofee and made application for tax deed to
look a short time is narrowing
use several leading statements: more wood lots. ago all who wish to unite with issue thereon In accordance with ,
T services. The present generation has been The first-growth longleaf pine Latest Information concerningbasic our church here speak to the pas !nw. Said certificate embrace the I

h brought up with little knowledgeof chose the higher land, while Its industries shows: tor about It. If you are a Metho. following In Iirndford described County property, Florida situated toe- three year guar-

1 !Mcthottini Church the evils of the saloon. In the half-brother, the slash pine, Domestic Trade-Both wholesaleand dlst,"let us enroll your name. We wit: H. 18 1-8 A. of HWVt of &8W4 \
Jones, pastor. grewIn retail increased In August, In )leas 1.3 A. In 8H Cor. Section SO,
. f. anted electric
( 10 world at large, the prevailing dis- lower and damper situations. want you. A cordial welcome to Tp 7 8, K. 11 K., containing 18 acre. refrigerator -
School. am.jning both volume and value.
r Hay tress caused by national dissensions For all uses the two are practically Depart all to attend our services. The assessment ot said property '
worship at 11:00 a.m.g ment store sales were well above under the said certificate Uaued: wa
JONES
and financial troubles has W. F.
4 ,
the the
same though latter, being
In the of Unknown.
Meeting 6:30: the 1932 level. name
People's August, ,
1 forced the temperance cause Into of quick growth, has thicker L'nluHH paid certificate shall be re.
Employment-Though prodoc- redeemed to law, tax deed
according
the background. There Is every TilE HEART ;
1 7:30 P. M. sapwood. The slash being less accessible will Issue thereon on the 18th day of
Worship- : tlon declined somewhat in Augustas
, Mag reason for reviving the reasons for For sale
and not in the way of November A D. 19U. bySmith's
. prohibition and setting forth Its clearing for fields, is still abundant, compared with July, payrollsand What Is it that swells within us Paled this 11th day of October, "

I Pre bytrlan Church enormous advantages and bless while the longleaf of original employment continued to improve With pride, or love, or joyT A. D. 1933. A. J. THOMAS.
i George H. Lowry, minister. ings."I. is -the advances being carried Or aches with grief or sadness Clerk of Circuit Court
t growth becoming rather
Sices Sunday, October 29: scarce. Into September. It is estimated Tiradford County Florida. :;
When trials lives T
drink let it alone is our alloy
can or Service
1 1I It is of slow growth; trees sixteen 10-t |Btll-10|
) A, M.-Sunday School. the drunkard's boast; but drink inches in diameter at that 750,000 persons found work In The Heart.
j A M.-Morning worship; breastheightare August and the September experience 1\OTU'1iI OFAPPLICATION
will not let him alone. Alcohol Is
I, sometimes 250( old.
the pastor. years when detailed be still What makes us. happy or sad FOil TAX DRKtt
i by may
a habit-forming drug as morphineis Notice I is hereby given, that O. W ,
I [ P. M.-Christian Endeavor; or cocaine. Total abstluance Is For the future timber supply we more favorable. Or perhaps light hearted and gay? Moore, holder of Tax Certificate No. Station :I
j MarjorIe Stump; topic for must depend on the second growth Commodity PrIces-The advancein The world seems beautiful; we're 440 third day of August, A. D. 1031,
the only cure for the drink evil. has filed said certificate In my office
fcton, "Commerce and Mis- In regard to the non-essentials of pines, which spring up everywhere. prices, with the exception of retail glad and made application for tax Starke, Fla.
Allies or Enemies?" They are of both varieties men- slackened In August and Sep Or what makes us feel the other deed to issue thereon In accordancewith
religion. "One man should not be law." Bald certificate embrace
p. M.-Evening worship; forced to act according to anotherman's tioned, though the slash predomI- tember. Retail prices rose eight wayT the following described property nit- _,_,_ _,_ _._. _oi _
ind sermon. conscience, but every one nates. They are of rapid growth, per cent between August 1 and The Heart. :::1t1ln l/radr1.t4.un T' Florida ofSEVi ,

t ordlal Invitation to all our should be satisfied in his own mind, and at the Starke Stave Mill boltsa September 1-the greatest monthly -Mrs. W F. Boulware. and NUlVi of BWU of 8WJ4
THE
JC3 extended to all. foot in diameter, showing an age advance In a decade. C-- Eli< of SBH of BWM of 8EV4, Section MAN WHO
and be careful not to do what he
of only forty years, may often be Credit-The most significant recent A geyser that spouts cold water 19, Township 7 Mouth, Barge 21 East! ,
,
thinks wrong. The main work of containing 10 acre PROCRASTINATESSTRUGGLES :
seen. But the rapid growth delaysthe change In the credit situationIs has been discovered In the Yellow- The assessment of mild propertyunder
Is to cultivate -
SCHOOL advocates
DAY
temperance
[ forming of heartwood and the that open-market, purchase of stone Park the Bald certificate issued wasIn WITH "UIN.Nu .
the conscience. In the public the name of Dorsey Fort.
lumber untreated Is not durablein U. S. Government securities the said "
by Union certificate shall be redeemed
LESSON schools the Sunday Schools the
1\OTI..1iI Of
exposed situations. In sheltered Federal Reserve has Increased. Recording to law, tax" deed ;
church and the home, temperance APPLICATION: 1"01TAX DKRU will l issue thereon nt Fourth day
that places It is more lasting than Purchase rose to a weekly rate of Notice In hereby given that W. It. of November, A. D. 193.1.'
education should be so
pushed Smith,
FOR OCTOBER 29 the underlying reasons for total ab- heartwood, being less susceptibleto $35,000,000: as compared with $10- 213, 7th holder dRY or of Tax July Certificate, A. D. 1830 No., tober Dated, A.this 1'. 1D33.Fourteenth day of Oo .I'1

stlnance should be thoroughly understood dry rot. It Is stronger, less brIt- 000,000 previously. The Federal has ''riled :said certificate In my of. A. J. THOMAS, 1iLi7You
tle and more elastic than heart- credit drive flee made application for tax Clerk of Circuit Court
fject World's expenslon which Includes '
Temperancey. t
: ; and prohibition laws will deed to Inane thereon In accordance nradford County, Florida
wood. The logs, when used as liberating of assets In closed with law. Bald certificate embrace 10-4116'111.10
the stand fast, based on reason.
piles, can stand any amount of: banks is to work sudden and the following property situated In
,
len Text: "Love worketh no Paul said, "It is good neither to apt Bradford County Florida to-wlt! NOTICIQ "'0 MRIITOHS AND '\\1
|his neighbor: therefore love eat flesh, nor drink wine nor anything hammering without breaking. In unexpected changes. Nuys of Seo. 9, Tp. T U., U. XI E., containing fiiiiitrrons: \'
1920 creosoted ties of sap pine were SecurIties-Market action has ; KO Acres Notice I* hereby given that all know the danger of ,
of the law. Ro- brother stum- The ,
] fulfilling whereby thy assessment of said property .
having claim
put Into the railway track northof been and persons or demandsagainst delay I "
confusing unpredictable under Bald certificate wall Issued In I
is made the
1310.: bleth, or is offended, or Kitate of Orover C.
weak." Starke, and they are still good. Generally speaking, stock prices the name. of. The National Dank of Sweat, deceased to file their claim Do not neglect keeping your,
on Text: Romans 13:12-14: ; Being saturated with resin, these have fluctuated with Feteraburc.UnleM In the office of F]. K. Ferryman Insurance ade
exchange said certificate protection
--.--- shall be redeemed County Judge, In the Court House ol t ; .
13-21. young trees yield abundantly when quotations on the dollar. Among according to law, tax deed Bradford County, Florida, within quate. Suppose you had a fiifj .
|e and Place-The letter to tapped. bonds, high-grade domestic Issues will November issue thereon A. D. 1933.on the 14th' day ol eight calendar month. from the date tonlghtlLet I ,''Qo''
of the first publication of thl* "
.omans was written fromh 'The have stood well and issues of Dated this 11th day of October, notice "
self-propagation of the pines up And those Indebted to the estate us insure you)
} about A. D. 88. The fol- BOB JONES should be made the most of by land foreign gold standard countries A. D. 1813. A. J. THOMAS"', are required to pay the same to a
the undersigned
administratorT.
r if the whole printed lessons: owners. Wet ponds, that now af- have advanced. Clerk. of Circuit Court, K. SVV15AT! Administrator, HAROLD C. WALL "

Ins 131214.: "The night leant ford only cypress ,trees, would, If Foreign Trade Exports have IO-UIGtltt.l0| | nradtord County FIorldaNOTIO1 P. n Box, 44S. Gainesville, Florida INSURANCE'STAIIKE )ti'
the day Is at hand: Let I drained, produce pines. As the declined and imports Increased 10-64ttO-lT| | FLORIDA
ireftyre cast off the works of ""' OMMENTS tendency now is to cultivate less The outlook for Increased export- OP NOTICE! OF FINAL ISCIIAHOP. '.I
less, and let us put on ther ON land the Ing is not bright at the moment. Notice APPLICA'IIUM In POIt TAX, ni>!m! > Notice In her.byrIven to all whom ,
of
.. poorer parts the fields hereby given that W. H. It may concern that I have riled ,
of light. Let us walk hon- t. Smith holder of Tax Certificate my Renew Your Health '
HERE should be Construction-Contracts No of
ANO given up to the pines. jumped report account and made application ,
161, Srd
day of August, A. (
D. 1931
las In the day not in rioting d_ for discharge to the Honorable .
;
11 HEREAFTER."Let The longleaf pine starts as a twenty-eight per cent In August, has filed said certificate In my office E.] J(. ferryman. County Judgeof :
runkenness, not in chamber- bunch of long needles issuing froma due principally to public works and and made application for tax Bradford County, Florida and By Purification J \
deed to lesue
nd wantonness not in strife thereon In accordancewith after will .
November
| B.d. 1933
short stout utility proceed
stem. undertakings.
The young Building ac- law. Said certificate embrace
to make distribution of the Any physician will tell you thai f
the
Jnvytng. But put ye on us not be weary In well do- trees come through ordinary grass tivity, however, is. lower than It the Bradford following property situated In estate of Uuy C. Cady dereaied.FLUltA "Perfect Purification of the Hys- '
B Jesus Christ and make not County, Florida, tn-witi
Ing for In due season we shall reap fires unhurt on account of the was last year or the year before. HWy\ of NWt4 and NWK of BWM, of Estate B. CAISY, :Executrix:: tem is Nature's Foundation of '
lion for the flesh, to fulfil the If we faint not." That Is what the thick 'bark; but hogs will dig up Transportation There was a Hen 9, Tp. 7 H., It. 21 H, containing 10U4tll8NOTICM| | of Uuy C. Cady, Deceased Perfect Health" Why not rid
ereof." and eat the decline of six In 80 Acre, more or less. yourself of chronla ailments that
Bible says. fleshy roots and goats per cent freight The assessment of said property I
OK KIVAI
an 1479.: "For none of us e e e will eat the succulent buds. The traffic In August, and the decline under said certificate was issued In'' Notice I* hereby given 1""t"IUHO to all whom are undermining your vitality I t

to himself and no man dleth People faint at the most inopportune slash pine makes its debut as a continued through September the Unless name said of I*certificate X* Leach.shall be rd. It may concern that I'have filed my Purify your entire system by tak J

elf. For whether we live, time. They always faint when slender thin-barked plant; yet a However, comparison with the deemed according to law tax: deed application I for of account discharge and'to made the -ing- a thorough or twice course a week of for Calotab.once several" ,

e unto the Lord; and whether they are needed. The house Is fire in short grass, when there Is months preceding July, and with November will |Issue,thereon A. D. 1933.on the 14th day of Judge Honorable of Ftradford 19]. K. 1'erryman County 'weeks-and BOO hnw Nature rewards 1,1

lie we die unto the Lord; burning and we have to let the no wind, will not Injure It. In many 1932, are still favorable. Dated this 11th day of October, and after November County 17th, ,1933 Florida, will : you with health. :1
er we live therefore, or die, house burn and turn the hose on situations it Is impossible to always Automobiles-Production schedules A. D. 1983. A. proceed to make distribution of theeatate Calotabo purify tile blood by aatlvstlng !{

e i the Lords. For to this end them. Somebody Is bleeding to 'keep fire away and in such dropped In September, but less Clerk of J. Circuit THOMAS Court, of Don Prliro I deceasedMADI3L.1NKJ FlilOO, 1 the llveri kidneys, stomach '',, .-

both died and rose, and re- death and we have to let him bleed places a high growth of combust- than was anticipated. The declineIn 10.13 Bradford County, Florida. Administratrix of the Estate and bowels 10 eta and 35 eta I
that He might be Lord both and give the fainter the Ice. ibles should not be allowed as fire retail sales has been less than 5t111.10 10-274tll-l7| | of Don Filgo packages. All dealers (A. f .I
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dead and living." e e s then may prove destructive. seasonal trends would have Indi

ans 141521.: "But if thy I believe In a real God. Men Having the trees turpentined cated. Demand at end of September [UUKHEREFRIENOSIJL

er be grieved with thy meat, talk of a first great cause. That makes the wood, as high up as the was holding up well. Tire out-

walkest thou not charitably Is all right. There was a first chipping reaches unfit for boards, put In August, while smallest In

oy not him with thy meat, for great cause, but that Is getting but still good for fuel; the wood five months, was at the highest

r> Christ died. Let not then God a long way off. I want an above the chipping Is unInjured. August level since 1929.

good be evil spoken of: For everyday, present, real God. Elijah But naval stores men pay well for Power-Steady and continued A I

\ingdom of God Is not meat had a real God. He believed In a "boxes" and turpentining must go advances i electrical consumptionhave I

rink; but righteousness, ands God who would answer prayer on. However mill or piling tim been registered. in all parts of

and joy In the Holy Ghost. When Elijah's lawn needed water- ber is wanted, a certain portion of the country. r.

-.e" that In these things servetht lug and he couldn't reach the hy- the trees In the wood lot may be ChemIcals-Activity has been By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the

Is acceptable to God, and drant, he asked God to turn it on left 'round." affected by declining production In We

red of men. Let us thereforev for him. Then when the grass was In every sapling thicjcet are the major productive lines which Country Bring You the Biggest Bargain of All Time .

after the things which make wet, he asked God to turn off the I found many weak trees, which can constitute the market for chemi- Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Renewal

peace, and things wherewith hydrant. Elijah had a real God. ': not hold their own among the cals. Demand was dull so far as Order for This Newspaper.

hiay edify another. For meatoy e e e stronger ones; yet they rob the latter paints and varnishes were concerned -

not the work of God. Alls God met Moses and said "Moses I of plant food, moisture and sun with a seasonal Increase In alcohol MAKE ALL > ON UT .
; Indeed are pure: but it is I want you to go down to Egypt shine. Such trees should be cut orders. Prices have been firm. UP YOUR OWN CLUQ!

for that man who eateth with and deliver your brethern from I down. And If the stand Is still Farm-The August wheat move-

ce. It is good neither to eat bondage.* Moses replied, "I can'1 thicker than necessary to cause the ment, because of the short crop, CHOOSE .

V nor to drink wine, nor any I speak." God said, "That is all trees to grow tall, straight and was comparatively slight. The 1 Magazine From "A" 1 00 4
t' whereby thy brother stum-,I right. I will send 'Aaron along to with small tops, it should be thin- 'month's receipts were down twen- Group $

..or is offended, or Is made talk for you." ned out, that the remaining trees ty-seven per cent as compared with 2 Magazines From Group "B"

e e e may grow faster. July and wholesale wheat prices And I m

roughout Romans 14 there are Moses told God he didn't have The sap proper of the pine is bot- declined. Corn prospects were
ences to some who were con- any ability. God isn't looking for tled up, as It were, by the resin slightly better. Hog receipts were TSS:: rwspAPEJi:;: >> ((1 Full Year) WHY PAYMORE

tlously strict with regard to big men. He is looking for sur- globules, and for that reason It much higher than before, and ?

g meat sacrificed to Idols, andre rendered men. God can supply the takes the lumber a long time to sheep and lamb receipts likewise t

who were more liberal. "One ability if we supply the surren- ,season properly-Inch-boards three showed Improvement. Butter receipts -! )

reth that he may eat alls dered life. I to four months, six-by-six beams : ? showed, the usual seasonal Your Choice of Any One l Y Your Choice of Any Two | ..
: another, who U weak eat- S e decline. Magazine In This
twelve to eighteen months. Gel i Group Magazines In This'
nerbs" (verse 2)). Just who "What Is that In your hand, seasoned lumber for building, 11 f Food-Production in the food Group r
GROUP A ""*
weak brethren were Is a Moses T" God asked the question. possible; if not delay painting processing Industry declined eight F' GROUP DO off'
tier of dispute. '"]'his is a rod-just an ordinary, some time to allow seasoning as per cent In August, with allowance I D, McCalT M.a-..l..____l Yr. j Better Homes V

was natural that the people shepherd's crook" Moses replied. : painting lumber made for the customary seasonal Q W-...'. Home Compul Yr. Gardens e e 1" 4
green prevents
abstained from meat for con "Give It to me," said God. "All I protection against decay. This change. However, activity was D Pictorial Ra4ew.,. r.I Yr. I ID CJ c "' Woman's Houtchold World M I Jr 4

gous reasons should feel that want Is just what you have." Moses must especially be observed as to eight per cent above a year ago, *** .* PUy .-.... ._ .1 Yr. DI c R ; Needlecraft nloe e .. I I yr

M rest of the brethren should gave the rod t. God. God performed sills and floor stringers, for paintIng and employment and pay roll levels D Hollywood Movie M.fl Yr. 0 Good Scoria 1 Jr

'likewise it is a human and a miracle and turned It Into a them with tar when green, as were encouraging. D Open Red (Boys)_, l Yr. | 0 Country Home s 2)'nI ;
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ref tendency for any one with,; sepent and made It a rod of power. Is often done, bottles up the sap Lumber-Curtailment In receiptsof | D P thllnd.r fWkly.) ,_I YI:: AL DSTnR1ES 0 Successful Farming lyr r

nentlous scruples to criticise e e e and It from new orders has caused an increase p1SjP ..- 0 Progrcwive ftrmtt 2 yr. i
keeps drying out, thus afzsf tzar !
jambe U Southern
14 r> If they do not see and act It took the North four years to producing dry rot. : In stocks on hand and a dI ;rJa t'c!, 7' And Tear Choke Agriculturist of Any One 1yr
does ,
if it Is a matter con- free the slaves In the South. It H. E. LAGERGREN. lessening of production. Prices tfiaxattns, Group A
lnff which direction is plainly took a bloody war. It took Sher- continue to advance as do payrollsand THREE IN ALL THREE IN ALL ?

." In Care Word. Then we man's march to the sea. It took the river and the river turned to employment. t

a rtght to expect that people thousands of graves dotting hill : blood. He held it above the land Iron and Steel- -Steel production)

'profess to follow Christ should sides. It took widowed women and :and millions of frogs crowded the' declined during August, and a still J 1HJS; OFFEA Is. Gentlemen'

""m to the standard of the orphaned children. It took the earth. He turned It toward the sharper drop followed during the ?

However J In a multitude of trying days of reconstruction. sky and armies of locusts beganto first half of September. Orders I Idose' -...... Please tend me the three m.|aria4S ,
!People in e e e gather. Moss sled the Hebrew have
specific situations come In slowly. Unfilled or- There are no strings attached to this t checked with a year's
IQ accordance with their Inter. Moses went down to Egypt to slaves down to the sea. He lifted ders of U. S. Steel at end of Augustwere offer! totwcdptloa U you Mewipepec.Street .,

,dice and application of prlncl- free the Egyptian slaves. He bad the rod of God and the wares lowest since April. I j Every magazine subscription

r Set forth in the Bible while no army. He had no cabinet. All stepped to one side and stood at Textiles-Though production has will be filled exactly.. represented. I Nam- -.

I iy r people' In the 8m situations he had was a shepherd's crook attention until the Hebrew army slackened August production was If any fir your subscriptions are renewal
those principles differently. which God had touched to power. could pass. God hasn't gone out the best for that month since 1929. or R.7.D.. xu
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being, the eau. there should He went to the palace took the of business. We have the same The textile code has produced substantial the time will be properly ex e .

S htrtt h for othera. Paul eau- rod and beat Pharaoh Into sub- God Moses had. We just don't use gains In payrolls and em-' I tended. T wn kfid $tita. s

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A STEP B.\CKVAKDPetitions '

; Bradford County Telegraph being: circulated in all You'veHeard lT,6jGM

parts of the county, ara requesting Maybe
;' Established 1877 that the service of our home demonstration 1

l _,," ._ .. .. -. --'.', _. agent be continued, and It Bat

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class not dispensed with after October I ,
31 as was decided upon at a recent
; Blatter at the Tost Office at Starke Florida meeting of the county commissioners. -

," .. __. 'n' ,_ \ HOW THEY GET THAT WAY ri

E. L. Matthews______ .__. ______________Editor and Owner I This action was taken by the ---
,.. .. commissioners as an economy EVANSTON. 111.-When a man .
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wants to fight and but hM trouble
move-not because they had any
"< SUBSCRIPTION RATE argument with demonstration lighting a match;' then he's In the

Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance agents in general, or BradfordCounty's fourth stage of drunkenness, ac-W. I
agent in particular-but cording to a statement by the
f! Advertising Rates on Application C. T. U., outlining four varieties of
notwithstanding this fact, many
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f taxpayers throughout the county intoxication which the organizationstated

A cow on the road caused another death this week. believe that the small expense to can be attained by drinking

o I the county of partially paying theagent' 3.2 beer. /

salary was well spent, and The four stages, as outlined, are: 4 ;3ilducdille
; If down-hearted listen in on President Roose- -
are
you of alcohol
are making known their willingness 1. At two parts per
I velt's next radio speech. to help bear it by paying a 10,000 parts of blood-a touch of

few cents extra in taxes. dizziness, fullness and throbbing at Pla pusofljusfralra 5 iJIJis /

t The good done in the county by the back of the head; willingness
B. II. S. may have l lost a football game last Friday but considered to fie tjte' ost" '
the home demonstration agent can- to talk
;; back 'em to win next time not be measured in dollars and 2. At three parts per 10OOD-a rimifive /Iafchea' Jma / i iunq

0 cents although many a farm wife's feeling that everything Is all right; are nvm sop- .

s Our idea of how not to spend a long winter evening purse has been fattened from gar- nothing to worry about; "sure. I'll ,
den products grown under an "
loan you some money.
reading Huey Long's autobiography
agent's direction. But the real 3. At four parts per 10,000-

rr- 0 measure of her accomplishmentscan trembling and clumsiness of bands

I rs s The Japansese Janflliage has no personal pronoun "I." be taken only by counting each and limbs; much loud talk and I /zn' Welv'7 O29r

How do politicians make<<:;,speeches, in Japan? new yard;flower by comparing bed in the the farm number home of laughter. ; glib and flippant. remarks 7rrtaes in the United

o jars and cans on pantry shelves 4. At five parts per 10ooo-the" "' 3tates.tn/93Z: Man there

A blind man in Oklahoma City is running for Congress. with the number that was there subject's inhibition\ of self-restraint It+ were in J937.

Why not? We've elected lot of deaf ones in the past. before the agent Instructed the Is practically cut off. He acts on '
; : housewife in modern methods of impulse. He ,takes unwarranted

o food conservation; by watching the liberties and brags of his exploits.

t Take a dollar out ofyour! pocket and trade it for a Red transformation of a room with four He brags of his ability to "lick"

Cross button. You'll never make a more worthy purchase. bare walls into a place that can anyone-yet has difficulty lightinga
truthfully be called home. match.

0 Only by these, and a hundred The W. C. T. U. stated that four T. VrJJ1X
t We hope Einstein continues his work on the fourth dimension other things that might easily bottles of 3.2 beer would bring

He might accidentally discover where prosperity escape an unappreciative isye, can some persons to the fourth stageof a

i went. .- the work of a home demonstration Intoxication., Its data, it stated A.2; operates a I re \
I. agent be accurately measured.To was based on exhaustive scientific
0 the more practical minded, tests. coffee Sh0t at' ,/

No wonder this farmers' holiday movement is gaining however, we might point out the tyiaetings jexas.

l momentum. It is quite likely the first vacation many of thousands and thousands of cans Which Is all right, as far as it Q' /,, ckd i
of vegetables and meats that have goes, but, in our opinion, the W. C.
t them ever had. been preserved during the past few
T. U stopped a bit too soon. That
f' ...I. 0 months, under the direction of the organization cannot simply ignore

t A fourteen-months-old baby recently swallowed a screw- demonstration agent, and that are ha following stages of intoxication -
right now filling an important .
driver. It won't be so long. now before they'll be swallowing place on the menus of many homes 5.:At six parts in 10Ooo-the ... .... _

cork screws, too.Remember : that might otherwise tie without subjects eyes begin to roll. Sometimes '

0 food. It Is not likely that any of he rolls them up and forgets bq lwterr world r even/ one builicturinp -

\ the days when we were dumb enough to guar- this canned food would be here to- to roll them down again. Loud the 2932 .
day if it had not been for the demonstration talk and laughter subside. Becomes'ery
antee the annual chautauqua a profit instead of letting it take I
agent, since she was In- serious.
Carefully removes
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,. its losses like any other business? strumental in getting free of I goldfish from bowl and picks scales

o charge from the state the cans in one by one, sticking them in elaborate buy good strong healthy monkeys to ten per cent of the family pay;

1 which the food is preserved. designs on the back of old for ten bucks each and train 'em check for personal expenditures
In a recent questionnaire 373 asked about bo Late
persons were There are those who complainthat Mrs. Smythe-Smythe who has to climb orange trees and pick self for clothes, cosmetics, and i
the Kellogg Pact and thirty-four per cent thought it had to they do not know the home passed out in the corner.r fruit and It would cut harvestln forth

do with a breakfast food. It pays to advertise. demonstration agent-she never 6. At seven parts per 10,000- To QlassifyBy coots to a minimum. One old bird Every housewifeexcept wto
comes to their homes-they never ; tear ducts becomes over-active. who was llstenln' to the details of I sickness or other emergency eiit

o see her. This might be quite true I Subject begins to feel very badly RUSSELL KAY the plan kept mumbling "It can't -Is entitled to sleep late at las
Someone recently declared that women would make ideal The agent goes where she is called about poor little gold fish who Secretary, Florid Pre. AuwuriorJust be done, it won't work two mornings weeksly

diplomats. Perhaps that's righ -some of them can serve and where she feels that her servo looks so forlorn without its scales. "Why won't It work," the pro- Every housewife Is entitled li

their husbands burned toast and make 'em like it. ices are needed wanted, and ap- Weeps silently. he begins to pick about the time J. Hardin moter asked? He claimed he knew extra help for house cleaning

,I preciated. She has office hours scales from Mrs ,SmytheSmytheand Peterson got up' to address the where he could get the monkeys,
and can easily be reached mall. Some of these are pretty tag
by tries to them
put back on gold
newspaper folks gathered at had a man who guaranteed to train
The of Atlanta is said To that the on us men, but they sound alt
I.. mayor tobe suffering from "ban- say agent never comesto fish-Is unsuccessful. Remorse Brooksville a nice little squall 'em to climb trees and pick the
quet indigestion." Doctors could be wrong, however-he your home is equivalent to sayIng sets in-lies oq ,sofa, stroking dy- came up and the gentleman who fruit it would eliminate plckln' However, we Imagine that the
not Interested will be some dispute before *
you are enoughIn ing fish, and reciting Kipling's "If" introduced the speaker remarked bags, ladders; and manual labor,
might be suffering from "after-dinner ennui. I
speech code Is the huabad
g: the new and better ways of do- to it between sobs. accepted by
that while it looked like there'd be and was altogether a swell idea.
ing things to her card : Better call Johnson in as a and
0
drop a re- 7. At
E eight parts per 10,000- some "wind" he hoped the crowd But the old guy kept on sayln'
.i, Governor Sholtz: has issued a proclamation designating questing that she come and show first appearance of hunger pangs. would give the Congressman their "It can't be done, it won't work." ator.-okaloosa Messenger

you how. Remorse disappears" gets two attention as the storm would Then the promoter became .
today as "Theodore Roosevelt Day. A good to celebrate prob- exas-
way When,hammers strike thestrinj
Taking of home
advantage demonstration slices"of bread and gold fish dis- blow
ably over. perated and demanded to know
k would be by lending your co-operation to the Roosevelt work Is somewhat simi- appears. of a piano invented by a New Jersey
why it wouldn't work. "Well I'll
,
It
was kind of for
now in the White House. lar to the procedure of using a public 8. At nine parts 10,000- a tough spot man the vibrations are picked
per Pete, but he made the most of it tell you, the old man replied. "Youwouldn.t
library. In a library, the books gold fish begins kicking, giving up electrically and amplified t
than
0 and with the exception of a gustor more get your mon-
are there. Some people visit the subject a nautical sensation around produce organ notes.
f Irving Cobb says that, our present troubles arise out of shelves dally-others never darken the solar plexus. Looks around for two no harm was done. I heard before keys over the damned here and Yankees trained would good .

the fact that we save the,wrong things. Perhaps he's right. the doors. No one, however, ex- nearest exit-reaches nearest exit a good doln'one on plenty Pete.of You talkin'know sincehe he'sbeen come down and free 'em." The most beautifully colored pl|
pects the busy librarian to deliver without eons-the Satinette, Bluett and
More than likely we'll never find a use for those old razor mishap-.all over now until got back from Washington. One AJI&
i' the books from house to house tomorrow night.. Blondette originated !to
blades we've been hoarding. of the editors present told me that
6, Into the homes where they are not Minor centuries ago.
0 wanted, are not appreciated, and 1IANG ME FIRST for several weeks he'd set up the From Other Pens
line "J. Hardin Peterson will ad- I
I would never be read. But Just because Well at least we didn't comeback
They are talking about,moving the stock exchange from dress the meeting." Atef the story .

Wall Street in order to avoid' paying heavy taxes. The coun- read-some surely people that Is will no not reason come why to Brooksville I from empty the |press handed meeting-we did at appeared he'd dump the type, so I 11 !'

try would be better off if they would move it where a lot of the remainder of the town shouldbe hear a good joke., It was told by lately be's been holdin' that line TIlE YOUTH OF TODAY THEY'RENEW

small investors couldn't find it. deprived of the benefits of the Hortense K. Wells, National Demo- like a football player and he claims
,
Institution.It cratic Committee woman for Flor- It has saved him a lot of time and j I :We have often heard the wish

---.-0 is to be hoped that the circu- ida, as her excuse for not making monye that he had been wastln' on 'expressed that the young people \

", Scientists say there are about eight million tons of gold lators of the petitions will have an a speech at the dinner Friday needless composition. I would remain to help,build up the

:floating free in the waters of the seven seas for anyone who Imposing Hat of names to presentto night. Here is the story not with Another Press Session"big" man who Park attendedthe 'home town Instead of going way to Seventeen styles in men'Fall
was Tram-
other fields. We
mentioned
this
knows how to take it out.. Perhaps that is what the the county commissioners at gestures, of course, but you'll get melL do Shots.
' wild their next meeting. We feel that the point: They certainly feed those fact to a group of young men recently and Winter
: waves have been trying tell us. boys well up in Washington, but I and the received and toes.
tq:. doing away with the services ofca They were about to hang a mur- reply we (Plain wings cap
home demonstration agent is a step I derer in some Western State. The suppose it is proper for'our political might be Interesting. We do not Calf, grain and tlci kids

i A proud mother and father in Oklahoma have in a direction that none of us wantsto I noose was about his neck; the leaders to be "out in front." know that it applies to our own Made
sent out go-backward. Park shook hands with every- town but we do feel that it expresses byBrown-
I chaplain said his prayers and then
I'; the following announcement "The 1933 body includln' the women and children
,; Parmenter baby boy -n-- --- asked if anyone bad anything to a thought that is general Central,
model equipped with two Jung power free squealing scream- TilE TEETH ARE OUT say ,before the trap was sprung. so I guess he's plannin' to run among young people. One reason ,

like body and changeable seat-covers." It came as a surprise this,weekto The condemned man was silent for office again. He talked to usdurin' why so many young men leave the and Godman ShoeCompanies
the banquet and told that old
home
hear the town and seek recognition in
announcement that and hung his head. A hush fell
I I' 0 President Roosevelt had withdrawn over the crowd of spectators one about the pen fceln' mightierthan other fields is that too often they

," We thought the Plans$. City Enterprise was becoming his NRA program from all towns suddenly a loud voice boomed the sword. Most stories have cannot get recognition at home. In i

unusually frank when it headlined "Boring Speaker at Joint and villages of less than 2,500 pop "Well, if nobody else Is going to one point to 'em but that one has many towns the old heads who
two. He
must read the florist ads have
ulation. run things so long do not
say anything. I'd like to speak a
Legion Meet Thursday. However it turned for he
out that was
Boringwas certainly "saying it think the young men are up to the
few words
in behalf,of candidacy
...,:: not an adjective but the.8 eaker.8 name. This, of course, lets out Starke, for the legislature.my" with flowers." an office he is voted down becauseof i
but it Is doubtful whether there
Claude Pepper from Tallahassee his
lack of experience and an I
The condemned man looked at
\ will be any changes in the set-up followed him and that boy Is some old head
put in. Too often the
The editor of one Brooksville found that has been in effect here since his executioner. "Say, buddy, be i,
He
newspaper a noose speaker. can exhale languagelike home community Is not willing to I
, hanging on his door early 903 recent morning. However there the days when the blanket code said first.."if you don't mind., -bang me nobody's business. He don't trust him in a position of responsibility II II I
was first adopted by a majority of II
just talk, he elocutes. I
was. nothing wrong with the brand of hospitality that town businesses. and permit him a voice In
The leadln' lady waa Hortense affairs. On the other hand I
flowed other newspaper men: at the state press meeting held Wages, in most Instances, nave I'D LIKE TO WRITEI'd Wells, National Democratic Com- fields welcome him and extend new not I
like to write the finer
there last week. been raised twenty per cent, and thing- mittee woman for Florida who at-
,I "Goodbye to winter Welcomespring only a glad band of greeting but
there will be few
o employerwehope I I ," tended the session as special representatIve give him a measure of recognitionand
none-who will wish to take
of all Democratic
.. Mount Dora Topic says that the following advice circulated down their blue eagle by cutting Perhaps a line or so on doves, newspapers is not.responsibility. This of course
An ode to unrequited loves. true of all towns but it Is a
a hundred is as pertinent to wages back down to the old pre- While there fact
years ago present day conditions These things I'd like to write- waa probably plenty that many towns do become
as It was then: "Hustle more and holler less. Work NRA scale. alack; cf thlnkm goln' on, nothln'was said known as an old man's town for
There Is another phase which we about the election that's
I write them but I them back.A comln up the failure or neglect or refusal to
more and worrY'less. Boost more and beef less. Give more hope will remain unchanged-the get by and by to decide who will go to entrust any of its details of
fellow has
to swim sink -
and grab less. Business would be better damn fast. hours for opening and closing But ..unit'. hard for me or to think Washington to represent Florida as ''I to the younger mea.DlxIe government -
stores. Our merchants have discovered Junior Senator.
o That tf I get into a plncb'11Have County Advocate.
during the past few When I asked Claude
\ Roger Babson says: !"Business is closely similar to a I II months that there is a certain to do a Walter Winchell. gonna run, all he said if he was was HOUSEHOLD-0-_CODEAt

: tri-motored airplane: One of the engines is amount of business here to be done "
advertising "Where's Elmer
; anr. A bouse painted white is said tote } Elmer, you last here comes a house
i r.other is personal salesmanship l ; and another is the mere motive and it could easily be taken care cooler than one painted any other know Is the guy who always pays wife's code. Some Texas woman

'/ force of primitive needs;) When you kill the advertising of during the shorter hours of staying color< "" the check. whose name has been lost in the $2.95
open-as soon aa the public be- Brooksville folks did a good Job reprinting of the code by hundreds
u" engine the business craft can" neither speed nor climb." comes educated to the new schedule. Experlmentors' at a Pittsburgh I of entertalnin, Sam Lovett, who of newspapers Is responsible for It.

,: oDetermined laboratory have demonstrated that runs the noose-paper there, and It has seven short points. Here $3.50

to keep pigeons out of his church, a West It is not likely that business men. plants can be started In hotbeds Editor Russell who publishes a they areEvery:
who have become accustomed to a with electric heat at about the newspaper acted as circulation
'i 1., Palm Beach minister had plasterers seal up a dozen holes in few extra hours of leisure a day same coat as the manure generally managers for the crowd and provedto out to housewife shall be taken $3.95rn
t
't' the belfry. To solve the economic problem thus created the will be willing to go back to the old used to provide warmth. be excellent hosts. Husbands dinner at least once a week

pigeons abandoned their rugged individualism for I I slavery of staying open all times i i Red Egerton, ,who passes the the or some other memberof $450TheJ&RStore
cooperative family shall dry all the
of night and day. The Colombian government has plate for the Western Newspaper sup
_
'" pecking. They all pecked in one place working in shifts. The teeth are out of the NRA as begun a three-year highway construction Union broke"up the meetin' whenhe per dishes.

Two days later they had cut a hole through.the plaster and far an we are concerned-but It program featured by a told the story about the guy minimum Every housewife of Is entitled to sT

"I were back in their old home. Moral: Just goes,.to show looks like our businesses are begin trunk highway from near the border who wanted to get a loan from the Husband shall two movies a week.
ning to like the thing and will keep of Venezuela to near that of RFC and Import a bunch of Help children with
monkeys
what at
little "pecking away"'at a problem will do. least hall of home work.
a .. *
It Ofu
.. .up : Ecuador. to Florida. He said to Pat
anyway. Next Door
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