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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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UM-ME:: FIFTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1933 NUMBER FIFTY-TWO



Relief 3 Fire Alarms Feature Two Local Men May York Tax Lands Clerk l AuthorizedTo Letter To Collector Contract Is Let

$,000 Hallowe'en Celebration; If The Money Is Given From Governor Says .



Goes To CountyFor Quiet fire Night alarms OtherwiseFalse featured tbeHallowe'en Thought Involved County To State Commissioners-For throughout Taxes- Accept Bonds "No penalty License"-of -twenty-five UnfairA per On 13 Project;; j '


celebration here Tues- the state have been authorizedby cent of the amount of taxes will be

November day crashed night but the Three fire truck boxes answered were- In Taxi i HoldupsOfficers turpentine Comptroller operations J. M. Lee on to lands permit for For County TaxesReduction clapped who fall on to pay all persons their state and occupa-firms Grading Only I


only one call, about 10:00: which the state holds tax certificates tional licenses by November 10, the --

Lplleants Again-Warned About o'clock.11:00 o'clock Another was alarm in about the Here-Believe Oalney And If the operator pledges that Amounts To About Comptroller's office In Tallahassee Bradenton Firm Is Low Bidder
\ nipped
f Refusing Offer Of Regular bud, some grown-ups frightened Prevatt Are Former County all of the proceeds of the sale of 60%-State Taxes Not announced this week. Work Expected To Begin

Employment Residents thnber, stumps or naval stores sole Included Last year's licenses (1032-33)( ) expired Soon
the small just the
away boys as
or proposed to bo sold from such September 30, but will not
siren was beginning to buzz. The -
Bradford County will receive third and last alarm was turnedIn Harry Gatney and M. Prevatt, lands Khali go for the payment of A. J. Thomas, clerk of the circuit actually lapse until October 31, un- The Curry &: Turner Construc-

LooO for relief work during No- about 1:30: o'clockbut caused believed by local police to be taxes. court, this week announced that he der provisions of the law, that period tion Company of Bradenton has

Bember. Joseph E. Wilson chair- little excitement as everybody was Brownie Gainey and Jim Prevatt, County'commissioners, however, has $2,000 worth of Bradford County being allowed in which to ap- been awarded a contract for grad-

Ian of the relief council, an- getting used to them by that time. former residents of this county, will be expected to take the proper bonds on hand which he has ply for new licenses. ing the three miles required for the '

Kotmced this week. Streets were filled with the usual were arrested in Jacksonville this steps to see that the privilege Is been authorized to accept In pay- Comptroller Lee, in a letter being Road 13 cut-off between Starke ,

The council again wishes to number of boxes, barrels, and tree week and are being held under not abused and that all the proceeds ment of delinquent taxes at fifty sent to persons and firms who have and the Alachua County line, It

tress the fact that unemployed limbs, the usual number of signs $1,500 bond each, charged with be- go for the payment of taxes. cents on the dollar. This reduction not paid their 1933-34 licenses, said was learned Wednesday.

ersons registered with the county were moved, the usual number of ing members of a robbery gang II applies only to county and not that "unless your application with The contract was let for $27.-

mergency relief will have their windows soaped; on the whole, that has made a series of holdupsIn state taxes or cost of the tax sale, remittance covering the amount 000.20 and the company will be allowed '

ames removed from the list If It nothing very exciting-about what that city during the past thirty Capt. Heiberger Mr. Thomas said.. Altogether, the due Is In my hands on or before ISO days In which to com-

i brought to the attention of the you would expect on an average days. payment of taxes In bonds would November 10, the penalty of twen plete the project.

ouncll that they have been offered Hallowe'en. According to newspaper accounts amount to a gross reduction of ty-five percent .' will be im Although no official announce-

utstde work and have refused it. two other men were arrested Died unday about sixty per cent, he said. posed." ment has been made, It Is expected

Io definite charges of this natureave with Gainey and Prevatt. Another new angle on the Futch Application blanks were enclosed I that actual work on the grading

yet been made, Mr. Wilson 4-H.Girl To SpeakOn They were Dennis Yarber, believed I law developed this week when the with letters. ',will begin within the next ten or \

aid! but some complaints haveeen by Jacksonville police to be on parole Won Chairman Of The Bradford Supreme Court approved the redemption e twelve days.

made with no names men- from the Louisiana State County Democratic Executive of delinquent tayes on
The Road 13 work
was .
among;
oned. Radio ProgramOzena Prison and from Raiford, and Oran Committee the basis of the lowest assessed! School Board Told bids totaling $41,046.11 which were "'
The council last week began dls- Ballard of Jacksonvlle.
valuation during the period of de opened by the State Road Depart-
of salt
Ibutlon of 4,400 pounds Brownie Galney was pardoned Capt. Rune C. linquency.It .
Heiberger, seventyfouryear ment In Tallahassee Tuesday.
,rk allotted families by the of government this county.toe Green Of Brooker Will Be several months ago from the State old chairman of the held the Futch act did not repeal To Collect Taxes The contract for hard-surfacing? !

needy Heard On State-Wide Prison Farm and Is, believed to Bradford County Democratic Executive previously enacted statutes this stretch of road will be let at a 'I
It. Wilson said a questionnaired Broadcast have been living In Jacksonvillesince Committee, died suddenly which provided such method of redemption later date. / '
also been answered as to how that time. Jim Prevatt who Sunday afternoon whfe and Governor Sholtz Sends, Letters To i
; sitting in a turned down an appeal ::
any pounds of dried apples and Miss Ozena Green, Brooker (.H left this county a short time ago, is Jacksonville theatre. He had been by R. E. :Moye, as clerk of Superintendent; In All .."

esh apples could be used In this Club girl, will be one of the speakers believed to. have been living In visiting In that city at the home of the DeSoto County Circuit Court, Counties "Don't Shoot CCC Boys"Hunters f
but It Is not yet definitely
unty, on a program to be broadcastover Jacksonville also I his daughter, Mrs. M. H. Brewster. for reversal of an order by Circuit Being Urged $
be sent Bradford
will
whether these
Board of Public
own radio station WJAX, Jacksonville The holdups, which were made on Captain.Heiberger will be greatly 0 Judge W. J. Barker In a case County's ;
council here. i Instruction and
i the Saturday, November 4. The taxi drivers, have been occurring missed in political 1 affairs of the brought by W. B. McCollum. SuperintendentA. "Get 'ij'
J. Griffis deer, but
this week received Instructions your spare the
-
rganize For Loans program is to be part of the celebration since early In October. The drivers state and county Ha which he was Moye, represented by the attorney from Governor Dave CCC boys" Is the appeal being'broadcast :j
't
I of a year of 4-H Club declared they had been robbed of active up until the time of his general's staff, took the position -
Sholta to start a campaign to collect by the Florida :Forest ,
Farmers Are Urged achievement approximately $50: In cash and had death. He played an Important that under the Futch bill, delinquent property taxes levied for Service at Tallahassee. h '
U
lost clothing and other part during the last campaign in ,
personal
Plans have been made for a pro tax redemptions must be school Similar letters With
Loans to farmers the property. The bandits usually organizing the county to gain support purposes. twenty-six camp. scattered
through gram to be broadcast over a coast- made on the basis of the assessed
reduction Credit ,. Association! to-coast net work of the National woud cut the tires on the cabs, for the Democratic nominees, valuation year by year, and that superintendents about them .Florida's hinterland, many of v
located
be obyuned only they said.Gainey. nationally as well as in the state In Florida's finest
creafter can ;, Broadcasting Company. The nationwide the lowest valuation during the delinquency -
an effort to find a way to Insure at deer country, some fears are felt ,
rough local credit associations, program will begin at whose address was givenas campaign. period could not apply to least eight months operation of for the khaki-clad workers of the

iiss Pearl Jordan, home demon- 12:30: and will last for fifteen min. 2002 Edison Avenue, and Pre. Captain Heiberger was born In all years. public schools' reforestation

ration agent, announced this utes. A thirty minute state pro- vatt, 2048 Edison Avenue, are both Washington, D. C., but moved to The Supreme Court, however, af- "I suggest that you make this The state army.

eek. gram will then be heard over Florida charged with robbery on four Starke at the age of nineteen and firmed McCollum's contention that an Immediate and major objective," of Massachusetts has
In order to organize one of these has been cancelled Its 1933 hunting season
stations. counts. a resident of the state acts Governor
previously passed providedthis Sholtz said in the letter.
aoclatlons It will be necessary for The principal speaker over continuously since that time. He method, and that these must He called attention to a recent of in order to eliminate all possibility ;

|n or more prospective borrowers WJAX will be Congressman W. J. Many Laws RegulateSale was captain of the Btarke company be accepted with the Futch bill, opinion by Attorney General Cary from accident.all Appeals are going out 1
Civilian
i signify their desire for an as- Sears. He will be followed Miss of Florida infantry that entered Conservation
by and not held to be repealed by It. D. Land that school taxes can be '
iclatlon. The crop production Flavia Geason, state home demon- I Of Hard LiquorBy the Spanish-American War. 'I Corps area headquarters asking; '
paid from
separately other ad
Only taxes for 1931 and prior va hunters to take ,
at Columbia S. more than
edit
corporation ordinary + "i""
stration and Miss Ozena
agent, Funeral services ,
were held Tueu- lorem taxes.
will then representative I' year.,, and only where the delinquent precautions in the vicinity of ,
a
send Green. ( JOHN KILGORE) day anernoo atS:00 o'clock'from : The Governor added: ;,;Ii
certificates are held by the .
or
lid i aid In setting up an association Miss Green has been an active When repeal of prohibition final- the Episcopal Church, of which he state, are subject to redemption, "It the school boards, which are camps camp operations. .
instruct Its officers in the The ':
cub member for four years and has ly comes to Florida residents of was a member. Rev. William S. with bonds, under the Futch act. charged with the responsibility for U S. Forest Service is considering <

ethoda of handling such an or- won many county honors as well as dry counties will be able to buy no Stoney of Gainesville, and Rev. Edwin Applications for redemptions under operation of our schools, will make closing all National Forest i

mlzatlon. representing Bradford at three more than one quart a month and C. Montgomery of Lake City, this act must be made before No- a drive for the payment of the areas to hunters where forest "
Most of these loans allowedr
are short courses. She at time camps are likely to be endangered.
one residents of wet counties no less officiated. school taxes In their
respective
vember first to be
a period of less than twelve won the State Health and Posture accepted. The If such an order becomes effective
than one-half pint at a time in Interment took counties, aided and assisted by the ,
place In Crosby state's share of the delinquenttaxes
onths however livestock loansay I
the finest deer
Contest and has entered into many sealed containers"These country In Florida
be for a period of from two to other activities. Lake cemetery with the DeWitt C. must be paid In cash, but parent-teacher associations, civic may be closed for this season.
ree years. are the provisions of lawsIn Jones Company in charge of ar I county and district taxes 'may be bodies and others interested in the

No loan will be made for less Miss Jordan To Be effect on December 31, 1918, rangements. I redeemed with bonds over a period I welfare of our children and their No such move Is being .contemplated ':
i which will bo reinstated when Florida of I education, our school problem for other than national
an $50: and must be secured by i Captain Heiberger la survived by years.Licenses
readily will be solved. properties in the state, but huntersare }
In Office Until 13th adopts an amendment to Ar- .
ops, livestock, and other personal the following sons and daughters: :'
asked
to
ticle XIX of the State Constitution. "The payment of these school remember that there'are
oper'y. Interest rates will vary Mrs. Winton Carter, Gainesville; Tax PenaltyTo
taxes, which are not excessive in approximately five thousandyoung .',
Miss Pearl Jordan home demon- Three ,
1th! the price the Federal Inter- Step Mrs. Marie Freeman, Tallahassee;
edlate Credit Bank can commandr stration agent, whose service with Repeal in Florida must come in Miss Emma Heiberger, Jacksonville Go On Soon any county, supplemented by con men at large In Florida's ,), ,

debentures. The rate at prest the county ended October 31, an- three steps: Federal, state and ; Mrs. Margaret Brewster, tributions of the state to the re- woodlands-they may be dears to j
spective counties, will make It their'parents, but they won't make
nounced this week that she wouldbe county pos
Is 6H per cent. Jacksonville; F. Eugene Heiberger, County Tax Collector C. A. sible to have venison. .:i ,
nine months
Further information about formg in her office at the court house 1. Ratification by thirty-three Jacksonville; Mrs. Charles Forsyth, Knight Wednesday received the eight or ,
school term in In
an association may be had from until November 13. Miss Jordan states, but three short of the required Keystone Heights; Gordary Hei following message from Governor Florida." every county STICK CHRISTMAS

is8 Jordan or the Agricultural will be there for the purpose of two-thirds majority, thirtysix berger, U. S. Navy, Norfolk; :Mrs. Dave Sholtz: ON SEALS ;

xtenslon Service at Gainesville. closing her records and compiling out of forty-eight, makes it Martin Cernl, Pasadena; Calif. "In It Is Similar letters also went to coun BACK OF LETTERS t'
unfair
my opinion com- ty superintedents of instruction ,
her annual report, but will be gladto public
likely that Federal repeal will come He is also survived by two sis
INVITATION"RECEIVED petition and entirely contrary to and the Governor Christmas ',
said he stamps, or other adt
who wishes to
see anyone con by Christmas this year ., Dr. Ida Heiberger, and :Mrs. I ,
The chairman of the Board of sult her before her departure from W. M. Stewart both the spirit of the NRA Code for hoped for a favorable response. hesive seals or labels in aid of .t
of
2. Florida will then remain bone Washington firms or Individuals not
ounty Commissioners paying e charitable objects, should not be
this week Starke. No field trips will be made
D. C.ActJve.
dry under Article XIX of the State their license taxes to transact business SONNY IIAYNES WINS PRIZEIN affixed R
ceived to the address
side of the
invitation for the
an by the agent during this time she ,R,',!
Constitution until amendment pallbearers were: W. J.
ard an In competition with others RITZ!; THEATRE CONTEST covers of mail articles
> county officers, and all cltlns said. but may be ,i ,
proposed by the 1933 Legislaturecan Epperson, A. J. Thomas, J. :M. who have
of the county to attend the paid this taxI do not affixed to the back of the covers of 'a
rmlstlce Day celebration In Ocala GARAGE NEAR COMPLETIONThe be ratified by electors of the Mitchell, B. Jacobs, O. E. Wiggins, believe that anyone is honestly entitled Sonny Haynes, dressed as "Old such articles Postmistress H. II. ;'

ovember 11. A free barbecue, new filling station and garage state at the general election of' Keystone Heights, and J. Edwin to post In their place of business Black "Joe," "Uncle Tom," "Rand Young announced this week. i 1':1 1\:

>rade, and a carnival will be feared of E. H. Smith at the intersection November, 1934. Larson, Keystone Heights. a banner saying "We do our Albert, or somebody, won first Unless the foregoing condition la it.

of the of Roads 13 and 48 Is nearing 3. When that step is taken only II part" unless they have done their prize at the Hallowe'en costume complied with
program. articles for
completion and will be ready for six counties, Duval Eacambla, Bradford Orange Tree duty by the state In paying their revue Monday night at the Ritz countries foreign I
More than S,80t rlillsborougb Dade St. Johns and license tax. Theatre. :Master Haynes was cleverly bearing non postage ;
employees of an occupancy In a few days, Mr. Smith Mentioned WriterA stamps will not be i
By dispatched from
ngliah railway passed examlna- said, although he could set no defi- 'Monroe will be automatically wet, "You are hereby directed to invoke dressed and, except for his this country, but will be returned .

una in ambulance work last year. nite date for the opening. but any other counties may vote every power of your office to size::an, presented aged a striking likenessof to senders, if known; or sent to the ....r.:.
wet at the same election by special seventy-year-old orange tree negro man.
enforce the collection of these Dead
Letter
Office If the sender la t
Lake Second prize went to little Miss <
on Sampson was mentioned
county local option elections called taxes
and plans are under to
way unknown.The .
by petition. recently by Avery Powell in his suitable Melba Strlngfellow.The .
igantic Reforestation give recognition to those
ProgramIs Back To 1918 short talks column In the Florida who pay and to penalize those who audience selected the winners same treatment will be accorded I.I
Times-Union. The paragraph fol. do by applause from a number of to articles bearing on the
When the amendment to the not. cleverly dressed address side Imprints of !
lows: youngsters. stamp +t1
Being Planned For Florida Florida Article XIX Is adopted the ,which might be confused with poet.f f;
state will return to the laws In effect In "Well Springs of Truth, a PERRY J, 1I1ERS Manufacturer. of Greece are enlarging I age paid impressions., ,.

on December 31, 1918. This is book published fifty years ago Perry J. IIlers, 74, native of and modernizing their Address !
I
by Dr. W. W. Breeze, is a chap- your parcels on one side t
A gigantic reforestation Administrator provided by the amendment Itself Bradford County, died last Fridayat plants to care for Increased busi- ony, and put seals the
proWorks the plan for ter devoted to the wonders of na- : on back of .,iI
and
when voters state
ratify repeal the home of his ness.
ram, daughter, Mrs. both letters and
ultimately embracing 2.000.reforelltlng lands in this state. ture In which Is given an accountof parcels. 1.4
will
A) they automatically reinstatethe Ira B. Olive In
Daytona Beach.
acres, and costing $8,000,000. Fred C. Elliot, engineer for the an orange tree in Florida. The ,
laws and
''H be controlling regulatingthe Mr. Hlere had been a resident of
undertaken by trustees of trustees, said the preliminary plane account. as follows: "There Is
sale of Intoxicants which
State Internal Improvement called for dividing the state into were a monster orange tree near Fort Wauchula for the past thirty years. Survey Of Canal Is Ordered
in effect at that time. I
He Is 1i survived
nd If the National Public Works ten forest districts, with 200,000 Harley, Florida, that measures by his widow, Mrs.

"ministration wll advance the acres of and suitable for reforestation Let us see then what will be the nine feet one inch In circumference. Theodora fliers, and three children -

oney. In each district. Every county liquor law In Florida in November, It Is Mrs. Don Southerland of
over fifty
years old Across
Cut-over 1934: Wauchula, Mrs. Olive of Georgia And FloridaHopes
lands now lying' Idle in the state would be Included to' and some seasons has had over Daytona t
ould be teach, and K. B. fliers of
made to produce fine some degree. Intoxicating liquor may' not be nine thousand oranges on It." Tampa;

"iber under the reforestation proA survey by Elliot showed there transported Into any dry county or Our curiosity prompts) us to ask four brothers, Charles Hlers of

am, the trustees said and money are 8,000,000 acres of cutovered precinct In excess of one quart a If this old tree Is still standing, VIcksburg, Mlsn.; J. B. liters of of Southern and Central tckes said that Major General

by the Public Works Ad- lands! of which 6,000,000 acres are month (30 days) for the personaluse and If it isn't, how long did it Miami. Bryant Hiers of Oalnesvlle, Florida for the location of a cross- Markham called at his office and 1./)
!istration of individual and his fam- and Hatchell Hlers of Wauchula, state canal in their respective districts '
would be paid through of a type suitable for reforestaof any live after Dr. Breeze published aid t
* of lumber and forestry prod- ily. Waybills, etc., are prima facie his account of It'?! 'We wonder if and three sisters, Mrs. EuU Millerof were dashed this week by the very little time would .be required ,
la, and Thomaston, Co. Mrs. H. H. announcement that Secretary to make the survey. The 4
possibly through ultimate Four million acres In large holdIngs evidence of violation and penaltyis any of the old timers In that sec- ;
" of some of the lands. or In contiguous tracts suit- from $100 to $:SOO or one to six tion remembers this old tree, and Hatchell and Mrs. Charles Liddonof Ickea public works administrator, proposed route of the canal would

Already" the trustees have apable for reforestation as state months. Ch. 7733 Acts of 1919). : did It really produce as as Tampa. had ordered a survey made, but a turn In.from the seaboard at the

'ed to the Public Works Adminprojects could be available if the Sale RestrictionsIn nine thousand oranges many in one I survey to determine the feasibilityof St. :Mary's River In Georgia and ,tJ''

traUon for $49-*.00. the first program should be enlarged. wet counties, liquor may be I season as Dr. Breeze gives It CHRISTIAN CHURCH"Love's a proposed 150000.000 canal pass Folkstown and Jasper, Flor "

"W of the fund that will be The total of 2,000.000 acres was sold: I credit of doing We would like Victory" will be the ser across Southern Georgia and Ida entering the Gulf near the ;
aght This mon theme next Sunday at 11:00 Northern Florida. I mouth of the Aucllla River.
would be used to start decided because virtually all
upon 1. In quantities or over one-halt i I I to bear from some of the news-
forestation work on 190,000 of this land now Is under state con pint papermen. We have looked a.m. 'The Blood Washed" will be Sponsors! of the project have estimated Ickes said. the Army engineers ,;, ,

;*-. located In three tracts. The trol because of non-payment of 2. In sealed receptacles only. carefully through a Florida post- : the theme at 7:30 p.m. the channel 160 miles also would study a proposal that '

? tract is in Wakulla, Leon and taxes. It would be acquired by the office guide Issued by Rand- Bible study and communion at long, 200 feet wide and 38 feet the canal take a route across 'FIor1Ji.:

hen? Counties, a second .is In state through payment of the delinquent 3. To no habitual drunkard. McNally and Company and Fort ,.,10:00.m. deep, would cut from 600 to 800 ida. running west after entering t}1
1 4. To no minor, female or miles from ,
1I1I1 the water distance
person between the
J" and Clay taxes to the counties and St. Johns River. This. canal ''A'
'1 Counties and the intoxicated at the time. Harley Is not listed. in any of The Great Head of the church Is the
In Pasco and districts. with funds obtain- seaboard and the Gulf. would traverse the peninsula'lome : l
HUlsborough taxing their late maps. It, bas been putting the stamp of his approval
'lint les. 5. Except on Sunday!!, and be- They have stressed the importance distance south of the
Co ed from the Public Works Admin- stated that with good care upon our ministry.. A young married proposed to
L Sholta tween the hours of 6 p.m. and 7 : of such a canal to the Inter- Florida-Georgia ship route and n
l0' and members-of Istratlon.p orange trees live to be from fifty couple made the confession and proponents 1.
blnet, who are the Internal Trustees said advancement of a.m., or on special or primary elec- to seventy-five years old. About i were baptized last Sunday This Is coastal and Inland waterway sys of the latter project claima N.

;vement Fund Trustees, this the money by the Federal agency tion days. i thirty years ago we saw an I Kingdom news. All cordially In- tems.It has been canal farther south would not' ,;'i}y.

e presented to Secretary Walwould In no way amount to a Places where liquor la-sold must: orange tree on Sampson Lake; In Ited to attend. estimated that approximately save shipping as large a mileage
of the 1. Not be connected- with 29OOO men would be In seaboard (,' 'r
to
coast "
Federal Department of pledge of the state's credit, which any Bradford County, said to be over W. E. DAUGHERTY, employed six and' In seaboard -

lure who .la the Public Is prohibited by the Constitution, .1 (Continued, on, {'age 8}_ WXWJt3f3re.aj-a.Qjd,. >kr years digging the'G.MAAnl to Gulf traveHa* tne project
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER

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Birthday I'urJy Woman's. 4-II Club Services Were held at Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding of Mrs. J. C. Jones and son, Lamar Buck Starling left last week for

Miss Helen Norman, daughter of The Woman's 4-H Club held Its Church last Saturday and Sundayby Evergreen spent Sunday here with Jones, who have been the guests of the forest camp at Fort Barrancas

I i Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman celebrated regular meeting Thursday afternoon Rev. Lloyd Johns of Graham.P. her mother Mrs. Jean Gasklno. Mrs. Jones' mother Mr Mattie M. Fla.Pitt

I her twelfth birthday anniversary October 26, at the club roomin W Lewis I. C. Dennison of Mrs. Peter March of Sarasota Ward left this week for their home newsom of the Ocala ,camp

1 Saturday by inviting a few the Brooker school building. At Jacksonville, and Mrs. I. W. Dyalof spent last week here with her parents In Tallahassee. spent this week-end with his parents i

; of her friends to her home. The this meeting Miss Pearl Jordan Graham were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. LM.. Murrhee. Marvin Blrt and Ira Brown of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsom..
1 deco- home demonstration agent explained Mr Mrs. I. B. and I I D. L. Kite was a business visitor
living room was beautifully Mrs. J. W. Lewis Tuesday.Mr. and Thompson Gainesville were business visitors
rated with cosmos and ferns where the are of decorating the and Mrs. W. F. Reynolds and son, EH were visitors to Woodlawn here this week. to Jacksonville one day last

many games were enjoyed. Then. home. She brought with her several Sunday.E. week. 4
children of Graham were recent
into the articles made of Rev. Cooke pastor of the Metho- Misses Ethel Pencle Davis spent
the children were invited 'I crocus bags guests of Mrs. Reynolds' parents J. Roberts and son, G. W.
table them shoe dist Church South, closed a very Sunday afternoon with their aunt
dining room where the was (I'I among being scarfs.v Hr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Roberts of Lawtey were visiting
beautifully decorated with pink bags napkins pillow tops etc. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sun- Successful! series of meetings here Mrs. Bessie Crews.
R. B. Thomas add L. Wigginswere Mrs. Beatrice Dowling and chil-
crepe paper and a birthday cake day afternoon. last Sunday evening. Much Interest -
with twelve candles. I Local attending; to business In Miss Enza Blanchard of Lawteywas was manifested in the services.L. dren of Raiford were visiting Mr. N Y

The hostess Mrs. T. N. Norman I I Elder Te lone of Thomasvllle, Starke Monday.H. I a business visitor here last L. Bedenbaugh and family and Mrs. Wesley Crews Sunday.

was assisted in serving the youngsters I I Ga., held church services here Saturday H. Howard was a visitor to week. who have recently moved to Miss Alice Pattee spent Sunday | TO your ears In work-

; by Mrs. A. J. Harnage and night. Starke Thursday Mrs. J. Roy Quinn of Evergreen Starke have a host of friends here with Miss Edith Parmenter. every nerve u high tension.

Miss Audrey Norman. I I Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby Mr. Mr. ana Mrs. J. W. Lewis and was the guest of Mrs. L. M. Mur- who will ever miss them. Miss Miss Idell Ethel demons Davis was Friday the after-guestof No and wonder bark at yon the ana children.> at the wife

The Invited guests were: Vesta ,I and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and children daughter, t-ula Mae, were visitors rhee Saturday. Mrs. Bessie Mays and son W ate h out! Overworked
McRae. Odessa McRae Ella Mae I: to Starke Tuesday afternoon.L. of Callahan
the
attended church services at Charles, are noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Carter are the erres may lead to Steeple
Hazel Annie Man Har-
Sapp Sapp
Antloch Saturday.Mr. O. and Johnny Lewis were In guests of Mrs. Mays' mother Mrs. MU. Nervous! Headache, Nen-
proud parents of a girl born Oct.
Lelia Harnage Jack Under- I
nage M. Ward. oos Indigestion and
and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and Graham Sunday. a host of
;bill James Norman Frank Walton 25. The little miss has been named other
j f children, who have been spending Fred Shaw Willie and Woodrow Gum Branch Mrs. J. L. Cooke and daughter Louise. unpleasant disturbance
Elton and Owen Betty don't
R. C. Keene Sapp Why yoa/ry Dr. MIEfferreaeeat )-.-
MsRae. some true here with her parents Prescott A. Z. Padgett L O. andJohnny' Elizabeth !Slarnaget; Cor. jenene, are visiting in Brunswick, A very large crowd attended the Nervine Tablet

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Calney. have Lewis attendend the ball Ga. dance at the home of Miss Beatriceand Just one in a half glass of

Personals. returned to their home In Jackson game at Brooker Saturday night. A. M. Halle of Ingle 111., was Eva Underhill Thursday night. water makes a pleasant, spark

ville. visiting here this week. Miss Hilda Bng drink delightfully oothlni'
Forsyth spent Sundayat
The Corinth quartet sang at the Miss Stella Ricks was the guest
O. E. McGauley, Miss Mildred Mrs. Florence Croft, who has the State Farm. to over-taxed nerves.
Methodist Church at Lawtey Tues and of Miss Elizabeth Harnage Sunday. Dr. Mflea Nervine U
Morgan Miss Willie Mae Hin- now
been visiting In Gelrgla, has: returned dUd Leo Edwards
day night on "Baptist Night. The son, members of the school faculty r Miss Agnes Sapp spent part'of to her home here. Harry were utde la two forms-Liquid and
quartet is composed of Mr. and here attended the teachers' meet. GRAHAM last week with Miss Winnie Lou visiting here Sunday afternoon. Effervescent Tablet; Both bar
Those from our town'whot at- Mrs. Nettie Starling and daughters the same soothing effect
:Mrs. T. N. Norman J. L. Connor Howard. Miss Sapp was accom-
at Gainesville and Sat-
and Floyd Crosby. Ing Friday Mlea Ellen: .ro...... Cer. panied home by Miss Howard who tended the Teachers Association Louise and Lorener were visIting 91.00 at your drag tore
urday.
J. E. Norman spent the week-end Rev. O. E. McCauley T. B. Pin- ia spending a few days with her. which convened at Gainesville last Mr. and Mrs. Albert Starling 1DR.
with relatives in Jacksonville. Claierce Harnage of Clearmont Friday were L. H. Futch Mrs. L. Sunday.
holster Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Par-
Mr. and :Mrs. H. M. Wasden and .
H. M. and Arthur McRae attended was visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. H. Futch Mrs. Blanche Edwards
ker attended church services at
children and Mrs. F. T. Abernathywere A beam of light shoots through
Miss Hazel Underhill and Miss
the union meeting at Bostwick Harnage and family Monday.
Antloch Sunday.Mrs. visiting in Palatka Sunday.Mrs. Ruth Williams. space at a speed of 196,000 miles a
; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
Q. E. and chil-
McGauley J. ft. Crews of Lake Butler second or eight minutes in makingthe
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Connor and children were the guests of her Rev. H. E. Ridenour, of Camp-
dren and Mr. and
Mrs. Green
Roy was visiting relatives here Sunday. trip from the sun to the earth..
children of Vanderbilt spent Sun- parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M.! Mc- ville preached a very Interesting
were visiting friends in Melrose Mr. and Mra. E. Yarbrough and .
day with Mr. and Mra. Leon Con- Rae Sunday. sermon to an interested audience
Sunday. family attended church in Sampson Natives of the Solomon Islands
'} nor.A Clyde and Johnnie Cone were Sunday. Misses Minnie and Mildred Ricks last Sunday evening at the Baptist. wear necklaces of beetles' legs as r.f.O. t, DICK VON'H
social hour was enjolyed at were the guests of Misses Annie Church.
transacting business in Starke Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fears of love tokens. RECTAL CLINIC
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Thursday Pennsylvania Mae and Leila Harnage Sunday.Mr. Mrs. W. A. Easton Mrs. Lavina .
was here
McRae Wednesday night October Mrs. Josephine Stuart, who has over the week-end. visiting and Mrs. Henry Norman Durden and Mrs. H. F. Chesser The United Staten one 8:1!: u ir- COMTIMF. OI'F.IHTION
25, It being Mrs. McRae's birthday. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Without Interruption l>.. ", !.
been were business visitors to Starke and balloons dur-
spending! some time here with Mrs. J. I Railey and daughter planes forty-five "I..on and aaaoelalrn csnllurc
I Singing and music was furnished her sister Mra. J. J. Morgan has Mavis of Lake City was visiting Norman Sunday. last Tuesday. ing the World War.ANNOUNCEMENT. the fall operation of Itr. c.*'". I..
the Corinth Williams the week Itlrkemon'a Clinic .
by quartet. Albert spent at .Inckwintllle.
returned to her home In Lake But- here last week. .
Among those who visited W. R. end with his cousin Russell Car- The name eurrenNrul irrnfmrnt -
We have a new family in our and conservative nirlhoil
Haislop Sunday afternoon were ler.E. arc offered all she suffer Ir.im
A. Galney and Clifford Hazen section Mr. and Mrs. Willis and ter.There
Pile and Rectal Ih.rusea. 1 1 It.
Eld. and Mrs. W. M. of will be
Bailey were transacting business In Jack- family of Ft. Pierce. prayer meeting at nit. M. F. THOMAS!! leterlnarlna from Veterinary Clinic, Galnenvllle, nilUrei remain the ."..,.... IKI't: '
Jacksonville; Mrs. Flora Wills the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Main Street.
sonville Thursday. Rev. Butler will fill his regular I Florida, will be In !Slurke! First and Third Wednesday of rack month
Mrs. Sallie Tyson and Mr. and Nat Mr. and Mrs. M. Norman Friday night. .t C. WRITE FOR FREE 1100"". :'"
P. Barefoot and appointment at the Christian F. llolllna-xwotth officer. He will be prepared to take rare efillxeaeea

Williams of Starke; Leslie Hicksof I children of Starke were guests of Church next Sunday morning and Bible at written by de- of all llventork poultry, doge, ..t... Hospital facilities located DICKEKSON SISSON CLINIC
Jasper and Eld. and Mrs. C. A.
1 Crosby.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen Sunday. evening. grees during a period of 116 years. In Calneevllle at U.'IO: Went Maeonlc. \CKSONVII.LK, KI.OIIIDV

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and Mrs. T. N. Norman and -

f children of Gum Branch spent Sun- THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Properly Defined

day here with Mr. and Mrs. H. M.

S,. McRae.
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TO DEBTORS AND CUEIUTOH 'LUCRE gg RF1hOV IN WA9 GOINO TO Bt REAOV -1 1Io't.NT: 1b .. : i
Nolle I.i hereby alven that all IN. TEN MINUT19 R13HT0 '
creditor, dlatrlbuteen, and all persons f1llW TN MINUi'TgI! e -YOOVt XCPT rA' TEN WtINUTEire' I
having claims against the Estate of WAITING H ar-. __' ,
ti J. I* ).r...., deceasedare hereby required "rH''TV I
to present, the name duly authenticated -
to the County Judge of I
l! Bradford County, Florida at hie office ,
In the court houna In Stark,
!- within on. year from date hereof or '
thle notice will be held In bar thereto -
1' and all periona Indebted to said
1' Estate a.. required, to pay sameforthwith &
/I to the underpinned adminlatratrlx. :

This the 28th day of Sept. 19SS.

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VOLUME; ONE STAUKE{ FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1933 NUMBER EIGHT.J'

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EDITORIALS SUPERINTENDENTOF HOMECOMING: : COMMITTEE: I'VE GOT TilE WORDS; BRADFORD LOSES TO ST.
SELECTED BY THE SENIORS
VOU\ GOT TilE TUNE
STATE FARM UNTSASSYFRASS' IN LAST FRIDAY NIGHT AUGUSTINE'TI; ;

A committee consisting of Lois A certain member of the
--- new
pr\olfd to the Best Inter.. t of LECTURES HEREL. Adklns, Kathryn Haynes and S. R. "Combined Glee Club" who sings TO PLAY HIGH SPRINGS J. 1 1I

Bit.VDFORD HIGH SCHOOL Johns was appointed by the Senior COLUMNAunt bass rather enthusiastically unconsciously ----- "

Patrons and Alumnae. F. Chapman Selects Depremlon cass to have charge of the Home- had the rest of the Return To Home Gridiron After Mullets Get The Breaks To Score i

Students, For Inspiring :Message To coming Day functions.! Homecoming class convulsed with laughter for, Long Abtwnco-Large Crowd Three Time Against .f"

-- EDITORIAL STAFF B. II. S. StudentsSuperintendent will be one of the biggest features Sassyfrass Is a well known while the rest were singing "Call Espected I Tornadoes "

of the year and we have a authority on important questionsof Me Back to Your Arms Caroline," ----- I ----- ,

,:itt> tloc>"d_______Editor-in-Chief L. F. Chapmanof very able committee Homecomingwill the day. The following Is a letter I he insisted on singing "Call Me The Tornadoes will once more return Under the moon and stars of a \

Porothy Sapp....A t. EdItor-ln-Chlef the State Prison Farm at Rat- be November 17, and B. H. S. received by her from one of Back to Your Arms Rose of Mine!I" to their home gridiron when brisk evening, obviously outsmarted :

n ,,rohn -____Managing- Editor ford honored the local student body !football squad will play. Newberry Starke'a debutantes: It wasn't very long before the they face the undefeated High and outplayed from the openingof

gunner g han. _.Ae.t. Manag. Editor last Friday with a very inspiring I here on that date. Starke Florida. words of the song were changed. Springs eleven. Undefeated In five the whistle to the very end. the"aKetterllnua ,

l-,nt(. .._- __Exchange Editor lecture. Mr. Chapman selected as Nov. 2, 1933. starts this season, this will no High Mullets of St. 3
Loin tb> MarwlckAnst., Ex. Editor his topic a timely and current Issue CENTRAL FLORIDA Dear Aunt Sassyfrasa: doubt be a strong team to cope Augustine were aided by good fortune |, 4

I'D Jnck on._____Literary Editor the depression. His appear- Last week I received a birthday PROGRAM FRIDAY with. Reports are that they have to come out on top by a 19-6 :..' \,.

LOU> Snyder, Aest. Literary Editor ance was sponsored by the Indus- TEACHERS MEET present from one 'of my cousins ENDED OUR WEEK put out one of the neatest eleven score over the B. H. S. Tornadoes.
LOU trial Geography class. who lives in the city. It was a In these parts this season: The A large crowd of customers were Ton
Schnell_________Sports Editor
Ln"' VI'U.e.Ae Sport Editor Mr. Chapman first emphasizedthe AT GAINESVILLE book; and before :Mother would let O F TEMPERANCE Tornadoes hare emerged from hand to witness the affair under ,'

lesli') Editor danger of attempting to ignore me read it she said that she must % their two previous( games with the the floodlights. t

I,". <\dkln .-----SovistY the world financial congestion Local Educators read it, because she wanted to supervise finest showings they have made Pick Pierson's charges drew first,''f., :
Godwin.--______.Joke Editor Express OpinionsAnd the B. II. 8. Observes Annual Health this season and since their efforts
KI wearing the word "depression" Problem Of literature that I read. blood In the second quarter when,..
High
A tt Anderson Jr., Ant Joke Editor smooth. The realization that we School Work When Mother finished readingthe s..rf'tynd Temperance Routine have come to defeat it seems certain on the Tornado 19. Elcholz, Mullet$
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______ Reporter
t,' Austin.Entertainment are undergoing a fierce and critical book she put It In the book- As Per Custom that this time something will fullback got loose and roared '

Mm ,ha Brownlee________Reporter period of world history should About four hundred teachers of case; but she said that positively -- have to give way around end. A few yards short of i

l'rimarh'snd_ Elementary awake us to the fact that only by a Central Florida schools, Including must not read It, because It was Temperance week came to a The Tornadoes have already the goal. Carter made a desperate

| vivid and accurate conception of Bradford High School met at not suitable for a girl of my age to clone last Friday at Bradford High proven themselves to have a strong effort to stop him but was dragged (t

I j our plight may we successfully Gainesville High School onv Friday read.What with a special temperance and defense, and if one stops to think across the goal line. The try for

Calendar Of EventsNov. I cope with this universal enemy of and Saturday of last week. shall I do? I'm dying to health program In keeping with I about the fact that they have not point was fumbled, but the score *

mankind. This relaizatlon however, The following B. H. S. teachers read that book but I'm afraid that the customary annual observance. I failed to score on a single team was now 00.Determined.

-- should furnish no cause for alarm, gave talks: Mother will catch me.Desperately The following numbers were given: this season, they will be well as- to atone for his. fall..

3-High School Assembly, since the world and the United Miss Isabel Fernandez yourll.MAHGUERITE Health Creed-Rending by Pansy sured that the Tornadoes are no ure to get his man, Carter took \ 4-
"Some
Eighth Grade In charge States in particular. has had expe- Problems of Senior High,, School PREVATT. Cone, Seventh Grade. slouches on the offense, either Despite the next kickoff on his 2 -yard line[ 1 '

of program.Nov. rience with depressions before. The Mathematics." Miss Fernandez's i Starke, Florida. Motors-Reading by Lorraine the present record of the and made spectacular dash down ; )?

3-Special Chorus, under first to strike this country occurred talk was an, able and Instructive Nov. 3 1933. Hartman, Seventh Grade. High Springs outfit, the Tornadoes the sidelines to the Mullets' 25 toda ) '
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the direction of )1rs. A. when our nation was in its dlBCOUse on usual difficulties encountered My Dear Desperate Marguerite: Ring the Bells--Song by Seventh are due to snap out of It this afternoon 80 yard return. With the ball on(}j

E. Wall. Infancy-by a few years proceeded In Grade. tne 25-yard: Strickland drove; I'
teaching mathematicsin I've
spent! thoughtful moments -
the Revolution. The next many tackle to the intoM .
B. II. S. by came over 23 running -
SO8FootbalJ Girmft, high schools. pondering on question.I've .
your Temperance-Reading by Arle
before the Civil and Is blamed than bargain?
War > a worse congestion R
Vtt. High Spring*, here. Mrs. R. F. Demorest, "Junior come to the conclusion that Tellmon, Eighth Grade. hEALTh TEMPERANCE\ '
for aggravating the cause of con- basement in a department store: (
Gli- Club AND SAFETY PROGRAM
-Combined e ,
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Nov. High School Mathematics. your mother must be obeyed by all
direction of flict. Again, in 1873, a financial Facts From Famous Athletes- He then added three more to reach 4

Mrs.undor!A.the E. Wall. crisis struck, followed by another Mrs. T. T. Long "Our Library." means.Commandments Remember"Honor one of thy the Mother Ten- By Robert Chapman representing Song, "Amerlca"-By all. the 20. Edwards squirted through ,1'

Assembly fourteen years later.. This latter In number of books per pupil Coach Larson's room Salute the line and dived to the 5. where jf ,
:\o9Eleml"ntary and thy Father. So you must Flag -By school.Lord's J.
was caused by the collapse of the and number of sub- Health Strickland went for toueb-
Mrs. H. C. Hitch In magazines not read that book. Oh by the Song-Charles Ponder, Prayer, in concert. over a ? ,
charge of program. Knickerbocker Trust Company of scribed for Bradford County High way I have a favor' that I want and skit on Drowning, by Keeffee Bible References-By Mrs. N. D. down. Carter barely missed the '?.'m(

New York. but was of only momen- School ranked second only to you to do for me. Would mind Harrell, Raymond Plummer, Mel' Walnwright Jr. uprights on the placement, and the A. 11

tary significance. Then after the I Gainesville High School In this writing to your cousin and you askingher yin Crosby Charles Ponder and Mother Goose Health Rhlmes) score was tied tighter than a', t ;f. i
time World War, naturally the exhaust part of Florida., Sidney Hershfleldj Scotchman's ,
Improve your time and your I where she bought that book. ; followed by Six girls from Miss Ray's room. purse. "
will improve you. ed nations were depressed and The Starke teachers think that Thank you very much Emergency in Case of Drowning, Snakes-Five boys from Miss With the ball on the Starke 341'' j, '
only by President Woodrow Wil- by Keeffee Harrell. In the third \ ;
-o-- more benefit will be received from Ray's room. quarter, Cummings,
weave a son's Federal Reserve aid was_the that association than from I AUNT SASSYFRASS. Mullet halfbark, started to pass, h$
Habit la a cable; we any Skit on Safe Driving-By Char- Health Rules-By three pupils J
thread of it every day, and at last tottering republic saved. The current other association previously held. I lie Morgan A. W. Anderson, and from Miss Silcox's room. but instead he dashed down the >11' "a 'I
it. Horace depression came In 1929. and open field with still one man ahead }I.,
we can not break While 1" Gainesville the Starke Tenth Grade girls. A Temperance Boy-By Bobby j"
thus far has the severest of '
Minn. proven teachers visited the new $3 O.OOO r Safety In Driving-By Mary Lu- Biggs, from Miss' Sbepard's room. of him for a touchdown. The ; :UJ't'fplarement
-0- them all.However. P. K. Yonge Memorial Laboratory ii I HEARD ] cille Torode, Eleventh Grade. "What I Think"-By Leland went over and the score ;.:;r'l'

Tardiness as every cloud has its School now being constructed. Relation of Fatigue and Rest to Raulerson, from Miss Shepard'sroom. became 136. f'

Speaking of habits, lets make It silver lining, so may we expect a This high school will be the most Health-By. Marguerite Prevatt., In the last quarter, with only a ; .

a habit to arrive at echool in the bright side to our present predIca- modern and up to date high school While sitting on the sidelines Twelfth Grade.A "Temperance Boys"-Two boys few minutes to play, Cummlngs! I
a little ment. Mankind never grows too chewing and eating peanuts sprinted from the Starke 40 for a
mornings and at noon in the South.BRIGHT. gum Boy and His Stomach-Read from Miss Mlddleton's room. f..
earlier. :Make It a habit to "keep I old to need chastising. and we (living up to my reputation as beIng ing by Marjorie Stump, Twelfth "Future Men and Women"-Pu- touchdown placement falling but .

ahead of the bell!" know full well the veracity of the from the country) at the game Grade. pUs from Mrs. Hitch's room. I the St. Augustine rooters were now ,

.-0--- I ancient adage, "Spare the rod and In St. Augustine Friday night I Temperance-Speech by Louise "Health Alphabet"-Twenty-six given a feeling of security with the/! 4' 'I I

ScrapbooksMost I spoil the child.". suddenly remembered that I was Jackson, Twelfth Grade. pupils from Mia Edwards' room. Mullets leading by 19-6. On bothtf:. i 1.. '.
SAYINGS]
every high school student I "The entire cause of the depression [ supposed to be observing the Food Song-Mrs. Walnwrlght's occasions It looked aa If Carter '. l ;1

Vindws what they are, for there are .". Mr. Chapman declared, "maybe Starke "rooters" and noticing what WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IK- pupils. were going to save the touchdown t ''C.[ IJ

very few eUbjects that do not require summarized in three words: W. the feminine members were wear- Lois A. could not sing? "The Flag of Temperance"Pupllll but the hard-driving back was at .: t .'
T. Weeks I live
"Where I'm
one. I think you'll agree Personal Bad Habits. or extrava the most : Ing. I told the person sitting next Kitty told a Joke without telling from MIlS Hart's Fourth top speed when he neared the goal. t'j
In town.
with me that It Is much easier to gance. Normal living Is unknown popular man to me that I had more than I could the "ending" first? Grade. None of the Mullets' touchdown "J
Bill Edwards "I didn't know
keep these scrap books up to date. to many of us-only artificiality. hermit.: handle. I've never had so much to Martha Powell and Lula ever got "Who Brought the Beer?"_ came through a series of well earned jf "
were
then there is no rush at the end of I We are so accustomed to luxuries you a do at one time in all my life I had their shoes large enough ? Louise Sterns, from Miss Pearce's gains, but were rather lucky ..

the month. Try it. and extravagance that simple nor- John Inman to drink coca colas chew gum eat Marjorie couldn't be silly? room. breaks which ended in long runs k .
"Do think
malcy Is a thing of the past. And to; be you peanuts, cheer, tallc to the people Lois L. wasn't so dignified? Health Song-Miss Pearce's Aside from these few long gains, j!" :

Train The Memory' yet we cry 'no money' simply be- things people they ought didn't do punished?" for near me, keep my feet warm. no- We did not have such a first rate i pupils the Ketterlinus running attack was,9 '1

One of the best assets of a stu- cause we cannot attend the movies Mrs. tice what everyone was wearing. coach 1Mrs. Ode to Posture--Mian Pearce's practically helpless before the Tornado r '' (j '
Long: of
dent is a good memory. All kindsof three times a week, buy a new not." "Why, course listen to the St. Augustine yells, Long and Mrs. Carpenter pupils. defense The line deserves '

memory training have been devised suit of clothes every few months John: "Well I didn't do keep from falling out of the grand walked to school ? "Eat to Live"-Thirteen pupils much credit for the fine defense ;' ,

but one of the best ways to or afford two or three automobiles.We homework." my stand, listen to the St. Augustine Mrs Demorest could not smile? from Miss Edna Strickland's room. work. Every many was playing'j I;; I

Impress things on the memory is to have spoiled ourselves by be- band, gaze at the big lights, and Our football team did not have "I'm a Temperance Boy"-L. M. heads up ball, with Inman playing-r. ; ,t

be Intensely interested in them. coming used to luxuries in times of watch the game all at one time. such swell players? Gaines from Hiss a bang-up defensive game on end. f' !
Mary P.: "What made tell Strickland'sroom.
prosperity."Our your boy friend I was deaf you and You can take the girls out of the Mrs. Perkins lost her voice? I The sureness and speed in which If J
forefathers underwent country, but you can't take the Harry was not they smeared their man was some '
dumb?" so popular?, Poem-Juanlta Barefoot from
]] that would repulse the country out of the girls. After what convincing, at least. : ,
[GRIDIRON GOSSIP hardships Robert C.: "I didn't say deaf." Miss Jacobs' room.PoemMargaret. J'r
most stalwart of today" Mr. seeing so many things Friday I Lowry from The St. Augustine aerial attack: 'J

Chapman continued. crossed TRUE-! don't know whether I can remember Miss Jacobs' room. In the first half was not so good .0 i 1'I' I

Coach Larson Says the Alleghenies .' Invaded the Those who know not and know what the girls wore or not, but [l Elementary News]1 Talks by Mr Gray and L. F. but the Mullets came back to give. 4 \.
here goes: Lois Long wore a brand the Tornado rooters ..
"My boys played good football strange, Indian-infested expanse of not they know not-Those are the Chapman, superintendent of the a severe attack ,, t
throughout the entire St. Augus the Golden West. They had no Freshmen. new brown and orange outfit and State Farm. of galloping Jitters with their j., J;4"

tine game. Some of the St. Augus- money-they had no depression, Those who know not and know did she look good? Lula and her SIXTH GRADE last quarter passe. They started ,* / ,;

tine people told me my team was these simple, individual generatorsof they know not-Those are the swagger suit were there and did (Miss Strickland's Room) TOURING sr. shooting bullet-like passes and itI,? '
the smartest they had seen on their a potential nation. These men Sophomores. II she cheer foe the Tornadoes? Hope Miss Edna brought some pump- AUGUSTINE looked as If they were off to the .ji

field in a long time. I blame the built America and without Those who know and know not looked striking In a new blue outfit kins to the room and put them up, When we crossed-the races, but the Tornado backfIeld ;| .
toll ,
lights chiefly for our defeat.' My money." they know-Those are the .Juniors.; I Martha Powell was very at- which now look very Jolly. going Int 'St. bridge. always came In fast and nailed" ", !1, .
tractive In a new outfit. Bunnie Augustine Kitty decided them In .
passing attack was not very successful The speaker expressed his belief Those who know and know they We have made health postersthe that she would their tracks. ; '
her
under the lights. that the greatest blessing we can know-Honor them, they are Sen and her operation were there in a past week and we enjoy it very cents so she got save down In fifteen the- : CUmmings was the outstanding 4' ."
new brown pique. I've never seen much. ground gainer for the Mullets. ,.
next. He t.
"We will play High Springs receive Is the continued absence of iors. bottom of the -
For this game I have chosen three money. This condition will seem 'her look so good before. Everyonewho JEAN DAVIS, Reporter.FIFTH coats her car and pulled our was fast as greased lightning and ,, (
over head.
how All was going "I
very capable officials: 'Red' Elton, unbearable until we remove the Diner: "Do you serve crabs saw well Bunnie looked well till the mm' said '"Six as as dangerous as a divorcee. Car-. ; r.{,.
wants : of
an operation too. Lillian ter
University of Cincinnati, umpire; bad habit of modern extravagance. here 1"Walter GRADE Then the brainy signal barker of the-, :
Jack Diamond Stetson head lines of was there in a new blue outfit rooting (Miss Eunice Perkins' Room) you. Kitty started giggling. Tornadoes, was a great source of'i,'
And the personal action of each : "We serve anyone. Sit The man said: "What Is that ''I.
man and Hanford, of Manhattan us can alone effect this reform. down." for Sullivan-maybe that's We are glad to welcome Jack noise?" We did I trouble for the Mullets all evening. J' :
not know ,
College. I will put out about $29 "We call on the government to why he made that 51-yard run. Halle back to school. Ha baa been but what to He was harder to stop than a bad. '1
to to Starke Mrs. Herbert Hitch and Miss out for sometime.We say. Kitty saved the situationby nose bleed and soon became .11
bring those officials correct the slightest disorder, Mr. Mrs. Long: "We'll have the Jumping and as"
and I would Uke everyone to turn Chapman continued, "to correct memory work as I call the roll"" Madge Middleton were there very have five pages of our health a-boo." up saying: "Peek- popular as paralysis with the St. :., i1'

out for the game." childish and Individual complaints.For Lula: "Well, mark me absent charmingly dressed as usual. Oh, booklets made, and hope to finish Augustine rooters. As far as the;E' II.
example a Senator from a today please." by the way Miss Hazel Mlddleton them this week. While riding down a side streetwe Mullets are concerned It will be <1r. ; .

The Mullets proved themselves Western State introduced a bill in was there also. You'll have to ask Last week the elementary grades noticed that everybody turned too soon if Mr. Carter never comes l' .

to be the her whom she went with. Kitty bad a health and argund to stare at us. Martha P. back to St. Augustine The oft J .
fine hosts, for they gave Congress compelling a lady to dona Gratton Cooper (to his mother): temperance pro (:
Tornado team a swell blowout after corset before appearing in public. "Gosh this spaghetti reminds. me looked very good In a blue outfit. gram In chapel. Each room put on and Georgia said: "Well, we must fensive work of Strickland Is not to- ,. '. .

the game Friday night or Sat- ,This proposal was foolish aa well of football" Last but not least the two Starke one or two numbers Elizabeth look unusually pretty today." Just to be overlooked, either for it was ', .
Sheiks Harry Tison and 8. R.: Wells took for then a little boy yelled: "Well. if he who furnished the much ,
urday morning. rather. as vulgar, for the reason. If nothing Mother: "Why ? part our room. She needed ,If !
else that men brave enough to Undertake Gratton: "Always ten more Johns, were there giving the St. I recited a poem, "Ode to Posture." that Isn't country come to town. drive when the lone touchdown was, :. 111.

Carter added another good game the role of inspectors yards to go." Augustine girl. an eye full and We gave Miss Eunice a great big Look at those girls going down a In view.. .0 .,',',

on his record Friday night, making couldn't be found. And yet some making them wish they attended shower of fruit nuts, candy and one-way street the wrong way." As far as the Tornadoes are con'l')' I n

many spectacular plays. All we of our appeals to our government WITH TilE POSTGRADUATESThe B. H. S.Bradford. School flowers last Thursday. She surely Were Martha and Georgia' faces cerned the game was a great trK | Ifj ''f
heard High was well was surprised. red? umph if not a victory and 1
wau Carter. are lust as foolish. means ..f,)\.
"Our government cannot relieve Post-Graduates were well represented In Gainesville Fridayand ELIZABETH WELLS, Reporter. When we passed the deaf and as much to them as I If the score *"'; fi
Capps: Mullet tackle blockedone Saturday by their staff of nice dumb institute Lois A. were reversed. They were In the .
tho depression by comploylng with represented at the game In St. Augustine wanted to ':'!
of Wall' punts but he earned childish demands. That looking teacher. I heard that B. FOURTH GRADE get out and tour the place but we thick of the battle all the way. and ',
tese policy Friday night. Harry Tlson
H. S. had the best
'It The looking groupof ( Mrs. would the Mullet rooters
impact knocked him almost '..s never succeeded in any form of John Inman Hope Haynes and teachers at the Hart's Room) not let liar You see we no doubt"jbreathed
goofy. Ruth meeting. It will soon be time to take promised her mother to bring her a sigh of relief when the &
government including a republic, Steinberg were all there. Do We all ,
are very glad to have final whistle
typhoid shots blew. The \
again. About fourteen safely home. Tornadoes
.
and never wilt they have school spirit? I should II
The Mullets not only had a good Bunnie back at school this week In our class are going to take We In figures, were beaten, but even ,. ,;
"Only one thing can remedy this say so. You should hear them yell. after being absent passed a bridge and were all
football I a month. I them. the St. Augustine i
team and a fine gridiron, condition of world financial congestion Estelle Kendrick and Scootle Andrews heard that she made better surprised when Marjorie startedcryln& backers admit: 'II 3
but also had fine little band. gradeson Tuesday was Hallowe'en. We ted that It was the better team
a ,
concluded We
Mr. Chapman are making a hit as enter some of her asked her why she was .
Maybe that accounts for our lo s. make-up work than surely had fun playing that night. that lost. One of the largest .
"and that Is the force that took tainers. They sang at the American most of the regular students. It crying and she said. "That was a crowds that
our forefathers to the West that Legion banquet here a few, seems that Thursday of last week was free bridge and I wanted to I the Tornadoes have jl
operations
Football Schedule brought about all the great inventions -: weeks ago, and the guests were delighted able In some respects. are. profit health, temperance and safety day. I cross It." ever played before turned out to'1: .

such as the airplanes and ; they sang at the State Eachroom took part In the pro- As we passed Into the to see the game <;t,
Billy Graham a B. H, S. graduate -I From gate The
(1933-34) harvester and that us Woodmen' gram. our room Carrie Belle see the Lineup ;
grain gave Convention In Ocala and an all-Starke football game they gave us each a Saints
Sept. 29-Live Oak there (12-0). the Stars and Stripes and the Friday night. and will sing at the player In 1931 Is here visiting his Bennett, Gene Edwards, Evelyn program. After we were seated! In Howell ((19) Stark (0) J

Oct, e-Alachua, here ((13-6). .1 Statue of Liberty-Individual Initiative Veteran's Hospital in Lake City on grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Coleman, Francis Strickland, Ber- the grandstand Kitty decided to LE (C) WallPackham ,,
tlce
Oct SIlcox., Capps "
14--N'w Smyrna, there or spontaneous ambition. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Clifton Alvarez/ Billy Is from E. Denmark Billy look hers over. Suddenly she said LT f.
< recuperating
H
/13-6
). wreck this constructive force Brown Tatum Garland Godwin Odell in Veraaggie LQ Torode
Why accompanies them at the an a horrified voice: "Look!
operation Look!
performed in
Cit. 20.Lake City there (6-32)). by becoming dependent on the government -'piano. Are they good What do N. C. We are Raleigh to |Jones, Harold Johnson Othma Quick! They have our boys' initials Henry c Hannah ,I
) very glad have Truett
,. 'r. 27-St. Augustine there ? To be Independent of you think? him with us. |I Haynes and Buford McKinney 'down wrong-L., :. Wall C. Strick RO Johns .
f* acted Goodman
19)f: governmental aid doesn't mean one John Inman Estella Kendrick. Vera Claire and Lester Price i out "Flag of Temperance" land. L. T. Chapman, etc." When RT'Chapmaa ;

Nov 3-High rprings. here. Is an anarchist-no more than a with Ruth Sternberg as chairman, :Robinson, ex-students of Wednesday was report card day, I finally got her quieted down Russell (C) RE Inman '
B. II. S., by
Nov. Joe
Nov Ift-Paiaao. there. self-supporting child baa no relation compose a.commIttee to assist the spent the week-end In Starke.. I Allen Lander has been absent explained to her that meant Wall, DuPont QB Edwarda i

( 17 Now Berry, here I to his family. Seniors with their Homecoming heard that Apopka Is the town of for several days, because his left end. etc.. we beard a lady back Sagu LHKH Cooper .,

lfOlDecol1llng), I "Let's support the government Celebration November. It's going good,looking boys Maybe that'swhy eyes are bothering him. We hope of us remark: "You can take the CummlngsElchoU Strickland: "
.
i.ov. 2t-crou city, (1). 'rather than be supported by It, by to be a great day I Big time Vera Claire has been h will soon be better and come girls out of the country but FB Carter' "
zov.
ao-Jaapcr, there. exercising Individual initiative." More people! with feminine visitors swamped back to schooL) sure can't take the you Score by periods: ,
from country out
Starke. of '
Saints
FEROL JONES __
Reporter. the girls." 0 6 7 8-19.

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;i AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY yoVKMBER" 3. 9Sj|

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L Jean Davis Gives I I, BIRTHS
: Mr. and Mrs. E:
A.
i Hallowe'en t Party + Do 1 JlllOW? + i EVERGREEN River boy October 25 Sapp N.w,

'fSocictJj I Jean Davis was hostess to four. I ; Mr. P" A. Rooter Cor. Mr and' Mrs O. F. Allen, H
: teen of her little friends Tuesday ton:'" girl, October 28. ;imp-

evening from 6:30: to 8:30 o'clockat Mr. and Mrs.
the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and daughter Highland Harry Paiat.! .
,' boy October 29
Mrs. E. M. Davis, at a Hallowe'en Luclle of Jacksonville were '
P.T A. party.> visiting relatives here Sunday aft Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Norman
U D. C. :MetWednesday Sponsors Highland, girl. October 29. '
AfternoonThe Hallowe'en PartyThe The lower floor of the home was ernoon. .
artistically decorated with pump- Mrs. Hester Sapp returned borne -

W. T. Weeks chapter, United Hallowe'en party given at tins, witches jack-o-lanterns end yNtj Sunday after spending several Russia has brought Its literacy
to
I Daughters of the Confederacy. the Woman's Club Tuesday evening all kinds of spooky things, which weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. up ninety per cent.

were entertained Wednesday afternoon which was sponsored by the Starke was a perfect setting for these Rosier, near Lawtey.Mr. -

s'' t by Mrs W. L. Wall. Mrs J. E. Parent-Teacher Association was young folks who In their various l and Mrs. Cohen Peele spent STOP AT

s Wilson and Mrs. Sarah L. Ham.rick well attended. The proceeds from costumes and masked, spent a most tj 3y Sunday with her parents, Mr. and

at the home of Mr. and Mrs,,; this party will be used for a most enjoyable evening playing games. f rl Mrs. Ury Reddish at Water Oak. VIOLA'SFor

W L. Wall. worthy cause to purchase a stove served the Mr. and Mrs. Scbellie Rosier
Refreshments were by
I1, The newly elected president, Mrs. for the soup kitchen at the school little hostess assisted by her spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
+ over the building which the association are and Mrs. Levy Norman at Vanderbilt -
r; O. L. Beasley, presided mother. Good
business session and appointed the sponsoring, where numbers of undernourished Sandwichesand
children are fed daily Those enjoying Jean's hospitalitywere
the following committees: Louise Rosier was visiting her
Credentials -Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., had : Margaret Lowry Elaine cousin, Lorene Rosier, Sunday aft- ICE COLD BEER
of the store" A. Juanita Barefoot Mar
charge "country ; Edwards
Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. A. Z. Adiklna ernoon. Ask For Our
Mrs Emma Canova and Mrs. W. Anderson, Jr., and L. M. Gaines garet Pearce, Gloria Johns Dot Miss Emmaline Prlngle spent the Prices on Cases

E. L. Biggs. had charge of the fortune telling Bishop, Virginia Anderson A. W. week-end with Miss Juanita Rosier. Adjoining
a booth and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Anderson. Harold Bishop, L. M. Sinclair Service Station

CemeteryMrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs.. O. L. Haynes presided at the Gaines Emmett Ferryman. Elbert Farm wages e more than seasonally Where Yon Get Your Gaa and

Mrs. W L. Wall Mrs. A. M. Darby ice cream booth.A Edwards, N. T. and Tommy Ritch. in the third quarter of this Ac.eeori.eATLAS

Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. E. S, beautiful cake was given to year, due to a reduced supply of

Matthews. the P.-T. A. by Mrs. A. W. Anderson Miss Martha Powell available farm workers and to increased 0--- 1.. .....
Finance- -Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs.
demand for their services
and sold for nice Honored In
ApopkaOn
was a sum.
It Q. Powell and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. according to the Bureau of Agricultural -

t Music. -.Mrs. J. W. Andrews, A milk drinking contest was held Saturday evening at her Economics.

t+t ,r chairman. and the prize was won by Russell I home Miss Lydia Land entertainedwith .

i Publicity :Miss Amelia Ray DuBoise. Prizes were awarded to a dance in honor of Miss All street cars and bus systems In

p t chairman. Patsy Ruth Wainwright and Martha Powell of Starke. who was Madrid Spain, have been merged.

y! Director of Children of the Con. Margaret Montleth for being the the guest of Miss Vera Claire Robinson The Standard Oil

federacy Mrs. L. A. Davis; assist I most attractively dressed; Mrs. J. for the weekend.Fall POSITIVE'-BELIEF

ant Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.A W Morgan for being the most I Tire GuaranteedOne
flowers decked the home for
I
report of the annual convention comically dressed, and Freddy FROM
this delightful affair. Dancing was
4 t 1 In Gainesville was given by Wimberly for being the best char YearFrigidaire
the evening.The
enjoyed throughout PILESA.oDI.
Mrs. L. A. Davis, the chapter dele. acter representative.This .
guests present were: Miss
Nr'i I gate. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. N.N......
party was under the direction Vera Claire Robinson, Miss Kathryn rectal pain ohangael e.4
I' .1. M. Brownlee also gave echoes of the P.-T. A. president, Mrs.L. Martin Miss Catherine Talton, to soothing comfort-almoat itvtantly.

from the convention.Mrs. F. Smith, and much credit 'Is Miss Lena Lynch, Miss Martha PArorr.k Cmtilm Halmul Rdloirr That I I. the relief ALL
J. M. Brownlee, past president given her for its success. The the pile *ufforora obtain from 'MEMO
Powell of Starke, Miss Ann Dixon THAT first farmer to grow wheat In North America was a French
of the read annual FREE. We this
chapter an statement
party was thoroughly enjoyed by and Miss Bernice Upholf of Orlando Louts Hubert, whose monument In Quebec City It shown support
of the work with a money-back guarante
% report accomplished' i everyone. Dan Colbert, Laurie Sheppard, In the photograph He subsequently became the first seigneur' of
If tortured
Y the past year. Will Morton, Gordon Talton El. Canada. Hubert came to Port Royal (Annapolis Royal Nova Scotia) bar :you probably are tried by: pile co-called 7- the three year guar-
", Mrs. H. B. McLendon, chapter Mrs. Smith Entertains In 1607 and moved to Quebec In 1817. HIs farm at Quebec la occupied many'
Roper Do 'HEMO-FREE
dredge Robinson Stanley euro not Judge
historian, favored the company today by the Quebec Seminary and other Important buildings In the
Sunday School Class and Donald Pounds of Winter Garden of the by pact disappointment. It. action anted electric refrigerator
upper part town. He told of his
with an excellent paper entitled part farm to Bishop de Laval
Phil Stevens, Rudy Liggett who founded i* positive, almost miraeulou in
a school' for both French and Indiana but the latter
5 always
"Poets of the South, Who Sang of Mrs. Leonard Smith was hostessto
of
cue itching, bl..ding.at.rnal
Johnny Stlmpson, Ishan Sann, Gilbert refuted to be taught and at night they would discard their European'caarment. ; ,
1, and After the Days of War. members of her Sunday School > Smith, Ernest Baldwin Bert and take to the neighboring wood protruding or internal pile*.
,tl 14 Among the most noted mentioned I class of the Methodist Church Remember how joyous lif. was
Jack
Humphries, Pete McDonald
were Sidney Lanier, Father Ryan, : Monday evening at her home near boforo violent pain etabbed you
.. Henry Timrod Paul Hamilton Starke at a Hallowe'en party. Adams and George Sanders of Or- P. Barefoot\ HonoredOn Woman's Club Into dull ml..r,.. Regain thatprlc.I. For sale bySmith's

Hayne, Henry W. Grady Margaret Decorations In Hallowe'en colors lando.-Apopka Chief.. His Birthday Meets November 8 and using..* fcappinea HEMO-FREE.by aending If for
:rOD
'J. Preston and Helen Adams Knller
were used effectively throughout Peggy Ann Wiggins Last Wednesday evening at the The Woman's Club of Starke will wish, pay postman upon delivery.
the South' woman of genius. the home and the folks Send the
young hold regular monthly business and coupon today. NOW I.
P. M. Barefoot
Celebrates Second Birthday home of Mr and Mrs.
the social hour Miss Mari .. Service
; During spent a most enjoyable evening a few friends and relatives social meeting on afternoon of November the beet tI. .
tha Brownlee gave as an effective telling ghost stories, playing games, Saturday afternoon from::00 to 8.Hostesses. HEMO LABORATORIES
and Mr. Barefoot
:; reading "Somebody's Mother," and contests. 5:00 o'clock Mrs. One A. gathered gave a 4S2O Weat Pico BI.eLLo.
: Wiggins
surprise party in celebration of his are Mrs. E. L. Biggs,
much the Angelea, Calif.
:; which was appreciated by entertained number of the little StationStarke
) Lorraine Stockwell won the a Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. H. H. Enclosed
The hostesses served a birthday anniversary. i I. $1.00 for full *l_
company. tots at her home Clarke StreetIn
chicken salad apple bobbing contest and Carolyn on Baskets of coral vine and cosmos Young and Mrs. G. M Sistrunk. tnbo of HEMOFREE.Name .
beautifully appointed Keen won the prize for pinning the honor of her little daughter, I I ,,, _
l to the were attractively arranged in the Fla.
course guests.
cat tall contest Peggy Ann, who celebrated her Address ,
Besides the hostesses Mrs. Wall living and dining rooms where the' ._ .
second _.St.t.
birthday anniversary.The
x Miss Ruby Lilly assisted Mrs.
; ., ,, Mrs: Wilson and Mrs. Hamrlck Smith in entertaining the young little folks enjoyed games! guests spent a very enjoyable eve SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS -. ....-.-.-.- ---0

there were present: Mrs. O. L. the hour and Mrs. ning. Mr. Barefoot was the recip- CityNOL"J
folks. Refreshments of lemonade, during Wigginswas
'ay, Beasley Mrs. H. B. McLendon ient of many lovely birthday gifts'
sandwiches and served. assisted in entertaining the
n, apples were WOMEN CAN WIN MEN
G from his friends.'
; 1 Mrs. W. G. Halle, Mrs. L. G. Powell Members of Mrs. Smith's class guests by Mrs. Leo Wiggins and

y e t Mrs. A, Z. Adkins Mrs. E.L, are: Edith Jones, Tommy Ritch, Mrs. Sam Anderson. The little Mrs. Barefoot assisted by her By ANN PAIS)

Biggs Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. Emmet Ferryman Lorraine Stock. honoree received many lovely daughter Mrs. Llyod Green and Indian summer salad season I I

S. E. Brownlee Mrs. E. S. Matthews well, Jack Halle, Harold Bishop, birthday gifts. Ice cream and cake Mrs. R. A. Newsom- served a chick. AN seemto be In order. Iceberg : AND MEN WINThe

Mrs. Annie Richard Mrs J. Carolyn Keene, Patsy Keene J. M. were served. The favors were en dinner. lettuce Is more plentiful of better I
t,. M. Brownlee, Mrs. L A. Davis, and Bert cunning little Hallowe'en hats. S- quality and cheaper than It has been Favor
of
Spence, Margaret Pearce Other Men.
In six month A salad with plenty of
j Mrs. E. K; Perryman, Mrs. Ettle Alma and Earle Johns. Those' invited to this party were; Methodist W.lf.'g.:, ;: ActivitiesNext good salad dressing I II enjoyed by

y Miner, Miss Etta Tlson Miss Betty Ann Flynn Janet Anderson, most families every day In the year. Unless two pints of bile Juice expect them to frat rid of this potion
i ,l a Madge Middle ton and Miss Amelia Armistice ServiceAt Hilda Searing, Jacqueline Strick week has been designated There la also plenty of excellent flow daily from your liver into that destroys sour personal charm. Theycan't

,. i land, Barbara Jean Johns, Paul by the Woman's Missionary Societyof celery at reasonable cost. your bowels your food decays in tall end do of It.your for they bowels only and move that out decanttake the
Ray.The Churches
: December meeting will beheld Sunday the Methodist Church as a weekof Spinach I* back In the market. In your bowels. This poisons your away enough of the decayed polio..
Canova Louie
III Brownlee Jean
prayer, and the local society has abundance and the price I is 'ow. Cauliflower \- whole body. Movements get hard Cosmetic won't help at all.
at the home of and Mr
,i Judge Sunday morning at the Methodist Dobrow Delorles Forsyth, Martha offers unusually good value and constipated. You Only a free flow of your bile juice will
A. Z. Adkins. Hostesses: Mrs. Presbyterian and Baptist Jane Wainwright, Madge Brownlee arranged for the following activi even. for October. skin get yellow stop this decay poison in your bowels. The
tongue yellow pimples dull .
ties: on mild vegetable medicine which strnrMa
Adkins, Misses Amelia and Oily Churches Armistice services Grapefruit la available In
Day Sharon Hall. generous bad breath,
bad
November 5 eyes taste, gas, free flow of your bile juice Is Carters
N Ray. will be held with special sermons Sunday 7:30: p.m., supply. Oranget are slightly more expensive dizziness headache. You have be- Little Liver. Pill*. No calomel (mercury)
and leader Mrs. A. Wood. Subjects: than they have been and la Carter's. Only. line, mild vegetsbleextract .
songs arranged for these come an foul-smell.
Ij' servo Senior B. Y. P. U. GivesIIallowe'en ugly-looking1, .
The Negro an Asset not a Liability lemon and lime tea so. Boso and *. If you would bring back your
Methodist W. M. S. ing, sour-thinking
Circles, Anjou replacing Bartlett person. You personal charm start takingCseter'
ices.The PartyThe ; and. Making China Safe for pear. are have lost tvap'nr: :' ;
evening worship In these and Tokay the Concord. your personal charm. Little according to
Will Meet MondayThe grapes ,
direction
the World. today. 2ft* at drug atomRefuse
churches will be held at the usual Senior B. Y. P. U. of the I With pumpkin, squash and sweet Everybody wants to run from you. "something' just as good". for It
circles of the Woman's Mis- time 7:30: o'clock and at the First Baptist Church enjoyed a Monday November 6 3:30 p.m., potatoes all very plentiful pie .e.m But don't take salts, mineral may gripe, loosen teeth or scald '

sionary Society of the Methodist Methodist Church the Woman's Hallowe'en party Friday eveningat circle metlngs., No. 1 will meet at Indicated. A very rich smooth pump waters oils, laxative pills laxative Liver rectum.Pills Ask by for name Carter'and Little get )1

; I Church will meet Monday afternoon Missionary Society with Mrs. A. the pastorium, which was artistically the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. B.I' kin pie. can be mad with evaporatedmilk. candies or chewing gums and what you ask for. 1888. C.IIICo. ...::-

d, at 3:00: o'clock. Circle No. 1 Wood as leader, will have chargeof decorated with Hallowe'en I Parks; hostesses, Mrs. Parks and Here are the menus from the --._-_._- ,
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will be entertained by Mrs. W. B. this service for which a very colors. Games and contests were Mrs. A. Wood. Circle No. 2 will Quaker Maid Kitchen. ---

t Parks and Mrs. A. Wood at the interesting program has been .ar. enjoyed until late in the evening. meet. at the homeof Mr. and Mrs.O. Low Cost Dinner I ;
home of the former. Circle No. 2 L. Beasley; ,hostesses Mrs.
ranged. Sandwiches with hot chocolate
will be entertained by Mrs. O. L. A cordial invitation is extendedto were served as refreshments.Those Beasley. Meat Loaf Browned Scalloped Parsnip Potatoes. )f] Clover Farm Store 1

e Beasley at her home. all to attend these services and enjoying this delightful affair church Tuesday November 7, at the Bread. and Butter

St the members of these various were: Miss Martlle Hemingway ; time 3:30: p.m. Devotional Apple Betty ... .......... I II
What is a Bladder Laxative? churches are asked to make a special Miss Virginia Alvarez Miss meeting, leader, Miss Amelia Ray Tea or Coffee Milk !

effort to attend. Dorothy Sapp, Miss Audrey Car assisted by Mrs E. K. Perryman, Medium Cost Dlnl:.tRout I SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY
I Mrs. F. H, Long Mrs. W. G. Halle ,
A medicine that work on the lisle, Miss Virginia Fugate. Miss Lamb Browned Polati.es.
4 bladder a* cantor oil on the boweliv Woodmen Circle Meeting Eunice Williams Miss Hazel Crews I and Mrs. J. W. White. Subject.God's Buttered CauliflowerMint AND MONDAY
l xcel, Free Offer.Wednesday .
d : Driven out Impurities and Miss Ella Maude Glisson, Miss' Jelly 1
"1 acid that cause Irritation which re. The Starke Grove Woodmen evening, November 8, Bread and Butter i
Edith Jones Miss Frances Hem.
Y In getting tiP nights treqiient Circle met Tuesday night at the ingway, and Charles Fender, John- at 7:30: p.m., at the church. Leader Squash or Pumpkin Pie No. 2 Can Bulk !
b desire-burning lea; paln'nnd back! Masonic Hall. The regular routineof Mrs. T. Olson. Subject God's Free Coffee ilUk

ach. BU-KETS ((5 Ifr. Tablet) la a business was attended to and ny Nottingham, Norman Mlldrum. Offer Made Known. Very Special Dinner 'T'O' 1ATOES PRUNES
laxative AlKay Carlisle. Joe Edwards, William
pleasant reports given. It Is requested that Seafood Cocktail
Oet IS cent box from drug"lot. Crews Eddie Raymond J. F.
a your all members of the
grove who have Chicken Rice
After four day. If not relieved not paid this month's dues to Klckliter and Mrs. G. P. Raymond. Fricassee Green Ban Boiled 2 For _.h_ _____1Sc Pound __ __ __ tOe
;t TO back and get :your money. You HIGHLAND Tomato Aspic Salad Dressing
Mrs. Hutto
please see and
' ..9 will feel good after this cleann'nifand | pay Starke Girls To Boll and Butter
you get. :your regular ,sleep their dues before Saturday as her Jit E. Crews Cor. Snow Pudding Custard Sauce Dill or Sweet Mixed Pickles, qt. jar 15eI
t i Mitchell's, Drug Store says: DU-KII'DIt! reports will have to be sent In at Entertain Vets ., ,' _Coffee Milk

I* a beat Heller.-Adv. that time.
Miss Estelle Kendrick and Miss

Lelia Dea Andrews and Mrs. Clif :Mrs\. Annie Lee of Jacksonville Guaranteed S AL T

} II fI ton' Brown will go to Lake City visited Mrs. Ruth Marr Saturday.Mrs. I
FLOUR
Sunday afternoon where they will M. C. Carter was a visitorto \ .5c
I .e.Yt.-r 2 Pkgs.______
Starke .
present a musical program for the Monday.Mrs.

For Fastest entertainment of the veterans at George Wilkinson was called I 1211s. _______49c
'- the Government Hospital. Miss to Lawtey Saturday by the serious Why Doctors Favor'
lOc
24 Ibs.
lb.
9Sc Picnic Hams
a Kendrick and Miss Andrewe will Illness of her mother Mrs. ___ __ I

present several song specialtiesand Idle Norman. II I

.' I: >: Relief t'. will be accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. N. T. Green of Starke vis- a Liquid Laxative C. N. BEANS, S lbs. ______- ------ .25c ,

Brown at the piano. It Is expectedthat ited relatives here Tuesday. :

... v 9' several local people wilt accompany C. B. Cannon was a business visitor .

; these entertainers to to Jacksonville Tuesday. i

>* Demani; 'And Get Lake City and enjoy the fine program Little Miss Oleeta Green entertained A doctor will tell you that the rnr RICE GRITS
a they have arranged for the the members of her school less choice of laxatives is a con-

,.. entertainment of the veterans. class at a Hallowe'en party Tues came of chronic constipation.Any 51bs. --______ 19c 10 lbs. _____ ,23e '

day afternoon at the home of her hospital offers evidence of the

i i 11 iH Birthday Party HonoringMiss grandmother Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. harm done by harsh laxatives that BLACK PEPPER, 3 Cans ___ ____ tOe i
GENUINE -: Elaine Wynn Mrs. Nelson Green impersonated a drain the system weaken the bowel -

witch and with ghosts hobgoblins muscles and even affect the liver

r Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn enter. and other eerie objects the kiddies and kidneys. I LARD 3 Ibs.. 23e :

BAYER '"O tamed with a party at their home had a very enjoyable time. After Fortunately, the public is fast MIL K I
Friday evening in honor of their returning to laxatives in liquid form.
playing appropriate games refresh lb. 18
The dose of CHEESE 2
a liquid laxative
be !
,
8lt\ daughter Elaine, who was sixteen ments of candied popcorn balls measured. The action can thus can be Tall _______
ASPIRIN years old on that day. iced chocolate and small eakes controlled. It forms
habit
no
; you Small 3 for 1 Oc 1Olbs.2lcSOAP
Potatoes
Q Proms, music games and welner were served and then the "Jack needn't take a "double dose" a day ____ ,

roast contest were enjoyed after Horner pie" was served and all departed or. two later.

4 r Because of unique in which Mrs. Wynn assisted by her for their homes.C. Dr. Caldwell'i Syrup Pepsin baa and POWDER, 10 for_ _ .25e
a process \ daughter. Miss Marylee Wynn :M.\. Griffls Romeo Prescottand the average person I bowels regular
} Genuine Bayer Aspirla -
i' manufacture served weiners, rolls, pickles and Oleeta Green were In Starke as clockwork in a few weeks' time.
e S'' Tablets are made to disintegrate does not harm the heart. So if yoa lemonade.The Tuesday.Mrs. Why not try Ill Some piU cr tablet I Maxwell House Beat Grade '
-or dissolve-INSTANTLY you'want QUICK and SAFE relief be more
t see may convenient to carry.
thirty guests included H. C.
+ take them. Thus they start to work, that you get the real Bayer article. young Wimberly Mrs. J. W. But there is little "convenience" in
'- '" imtanilu. Start "taking hold" ol Always look for the Bayer cross on people from Lawtey. Starke Griffls and Carson Griffis were any cathartic which i Is taken so COFFEE BACON

I even a severe headache; neuratrl: ; 'every tablet as illustrated. Hampton and Brooker who departed visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.Ed frequently you must carry it with i

neuritis or rheumatic pain a laws above and for at a late hour ,wishing Mlsa: Maycumber and W. J. Bailey you, wherever you got Pound __ : _27c Pound __ _. e I
ij minutes after taking. GENUINE BAYER Elaine many more happy birth- were transacting business here Its very taste tells you Dr. Cald :

And they provide SAFE relies- ASPIRIN on days.. Tuesday. well'a Syrup Pepsin is wholesome. A t Oc 1
for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN package. __ delightful taste,and delightful action. CATSUP, 14-oz. Size Bottle_ _ _
;. .w Only works of women artists Poland has an active military Safe for expectant mothers and

were permitted In an exhibition force of about 332.000 while Greece children. All druggists ready for GET A KEY WITH EVERY 50c<<: CASH PURCHASE '
c OENU1NZ BAYER ASPIRIN DOS NOT HARM THI HIART use, in big bottles. Member N. H. A. I
a held recently in Glasgow has a force of about 83,000. I I

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l-.- H. B. Purvis has been upending Mrs. J. R. Kelly of Madison and MANY LAWS REGULATE ATTEND REGIONAL MEET

several days at the Veterans Hos- W. B. Dowling of South Florida I NAT SEZ
SALE OF HARD LIQUORS
pital in Lake City receiving treat have been recent guests of their Representatives from the Brad-, :

Bits of ment for a large carbuncle on his brother-in-law and sister, State's (Continued from Page 1)) ford County Chapter, American' '. .if1.*.._ _* f c
neck. Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Crews, at Red Cross, who attended the
adjacent house or lot so as to permit re-I W 11)X Auppot! we can all breathe
their home on Walnut Street gional meeting in Gainesville freer now that the Bureau of
Miss Patsy Brinson of Hugh has ingress or egress. day were: Rev. and Mrs. W. F.
Standards In Washington, D. C.,
2. Not contain blinds, screens,
been spending several days here Jonea, Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. N. !
Dr.
IDeal Neivs and Mrs. J. H. Carradtno, chairs settees, benches or tables. this week let
the guest of her brother-in-law and who have recently moved back to 3. Not conduct any musical or D. Wainwright and Mrs A. M. the proper L

sister Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Lawtey from Orange Parke where vaudeville or other attraction. Richard. length of silkstockingsat

Concerning Our People, Business andProgrett Johns. Dr. Carradlne was physician at the 4. Not permit any loitering. .---- \ j

Moose Haven Home, were visitorsto 5. Not contain obscene or sen Java seems to be the most thun thirty Inches. Of

of the County and Town Miss Eva Rigdon has returned I Starke Saturday morning. suous pictures: or statues. dery region on the globe, with 200 course, the way s
home after spending two weeks in days in the when thunder Is
year
6. Have a light burning at Bight the girls are
Atlanta, Ga., with her brother and I IslsterIn.law '
Mrs Bryant S. Carroll of Jack- 7. Not have any blinds, screens, heard. I' dressing now t
I Mr. and :Mrs Arthur 1
........ nonville was a week-end guest of curtains or shades to prevent any they could wear
and :Mrs. M. F. Wiggins o f Mrs.' Jessie Mae Blakely and Rigdon. her mother, Mrs. F. II. Long, at person outside from seeing in at In comparison with his contem- men's socks and 1' '

14 River were visitors here Mon Mrs. J. D. Doyle were visitors to her home on Walnut Street, while any hour. porary in the United States the garters and noon I

; Lake Butler Thursday.Mrs. Mrs.'A. F, Sauls spent the week- Dr. Carroll was in Ocala attendingthe 8. Not be more than three feet French president has little power. Would be the
lay
_ _ end at Delray Beach with Mr.
__ State Dental Association.Dr higher or lower than the sidewalk. wlger1! ', unless a <
I I y Malnes of Lake Butler : P. H. Barefoot and Mrs. Sauls, an employee of the> Sea- Other Provisions eudden gust of
flat board, who is located there for several -
visitor here Tuesday after Lloyd J. Green were visitors to .and Mrs. L. Williams wind came around the corner. Younever
Jesse THE
a weeks. Other provisions are: WHY NOT HAVE sl
!
Lake know when a sudden gust of ? '
City Wednesday.J. and son, Jesse L., Jr., were guests 1, No liquor may be sold on ithat's "
BEST? wind Is coming /around the corner
of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis ,
Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stricklandand credit and no debt for, liquor can
E. S. Blake of the J. and I what makes life worth
llr and Mrs. Rigdon, Lacy Rigdon two children, who have been en route to their home In be enforced
ale'Farm were visitors here Miss Eva Rigdon were visitors to I All new, modern equipment.We } living!
: residing at the Green home on : Jacksonville after attending the 2. No meals, lunches or victualsof !

day. Jacksonville Wednesday. Cherry Street, have moved out to i State Dental Association meeting: any kind can be sold in places are prepared to aerve.
-- Kingsley Lake. in Ocala. I where liquor is sold. (Ch. 6860 Acts Our service) Is finer, our There was a time when silk j
I uw A: H Green and Mrs. A. F, Mrs.: C. H. Driggers and Min of 1915)). price Is lower.BORES stockings had to be thirty-one t

were visitors to Jacksonville Marie Brown of Lake Butler were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. and Inches In order to the
uts Col. and Mrs. Hollis V Knight Hoppe : In order to sell liquor a vendor & GIDDENS long please r

Wednesday! visitors here Wednesday. are announcing the arrival of a young son, James Clarence, of must qualify by presenting an application Bureau of Standards, but keepingin
have been of Mrs.Hoppe's FUNCIIAL DIIIICCTOItSPhone trend with the times, that has
Lee Tampa guests signed by a majority of
daughter, Nancy on Saturday, I
Pcele of Lawtey was a Col. and Mrs. J. B. Futch of De and sister B-O.1O4 Ambulant aorrle.JACKSOYYILLM been that silk
[ Cohen October 28, at St. Luke's Hospital, brother-ln-Iiw the white registered voters and a : FLA. changed so worms
alter; here :Monday. Land were week-end guests of Mr. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. O..V Beasley at majority of the colored registered can go on a nix-day week.

and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. their home on Walnut Street for voters actually residing for three .'.rk.., Fl., .Ir...... Near

J Red Kerce of Lake Butler was aUtor L. Torruella and son, Albert, of several days. months In the election district. nepo'I But even if they are shorter, the I Y
I
to Starke Monday. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy New York City are spending several This application with all names new hose are Just\ as much for your

and Mrs. Cl. H. Meadle were visitors weeks in Starke, looking after E. J. Roberts of Lawtey has been ; must be published In full at the ap money, and vastly more attractive) n

I grsrl I F David of Hugh was a to Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. the harvesting and marketing of sending several days here with his plicant's expense for two weeks in I" RITZ THEATRESTAHKE In a variety of new shades. You

|4tor;!.! u Starke Tuesday. the pecan crop on the Torruella son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and a newspaper In the county may not think that thirty-Inch '
i and Mrs. W. W. EHzy of Otter Mrs. J. W. Andrews, convalescing stocking will come up to your expectations
farm town, Local FLORIDA
G.W Roberts of Lawtey was a Creek were guests of Mr. and near .. from a knee Injury sustained in an Option -but all I ask Is that s }

iiess visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. F. A. Scott Saturday. Hale of I automobile wreck nt Plant City The amendment to be voted on you take a pair home, try them on,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. : will Florida local
next give
of two weeks ago. year PROGRAMBEGINNING and if you aren't satisfied, shoot
I jack Briggs of Jacksonville: was :Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes and Lake City were guests: Sunday option on prohibition. Provision is 'em back.
Miss Casaie White. Mrs. Hale and NOVEMHKK: S
\Starke Tuesday on business. children of Lake Butler were visitors Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and made for counties to vote on prohibition ..-. '
Miss White were college mates at under certain conditions
here Saturday afternoon. little daughter, Madge, have recently .
Wesleyan College. election of 1934. 1 FKIU, SATURDAY niUNSINQXYEAK HOSE
after the is
I E. Johns was a business general
Charley I moved to the Griffin house,
Chiffon or !Service Weight, all thenf'W
Jacksonville Saturday. of Lakelandhas Under the terms of the amend :Zane: Urey's
kltor to Mrs. W. B. Haynes corner of Tenth and Walnut I '',
John J. and Lacy Rigdon were In will be sluulixi-70oDUKSS
ment and laws which againin
been the guest for several daysof Street, having sold their home on The Last Man"With
"To
L. E. Wadsworth of Hampton Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes.Mr. Jacksonville Sunday, and were accompanied Church Street to W. P. Smith who, effcet, there will be no saloonsin Tew Full Suit. 1

u a business visitor here Friday. home by Miss Eva Rig- with his family have moved into Florida unless subsequent Legislatures lags, Beautiful Patterns, yard, 290 j jA
don, who has spent the past two r'
and Mrs. L. E. Mosley and their new home. change the status. Randolph Scott, Hunter CniMxs new arrival-Crinkled Silk Crepe '
|Miss Mildred McCall of Lake children of the State Farm were weeks in Atlanta, Ga. Liquor may be bought In wet Esther lUUston. Jack LaKue all dilution-80o v it iSlip'

tier was a visitor here Tuesday. visitors here Saturday afternoon. Miss Mary Canova spent the counties only from lighted, open Noah Beryulna
!Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Manning, Miss stores, in sealed bottles, which Over
first of the week in Gainesville and "POl Et'E" In :Nock;" all eolors-$1.49 i
Pearl Mr. and Mrs. Callis }
Manning
the
from
|.\. E. Wall, Sr., and William Dr. and Mrs C. F. Sayles of was accompanied home Wednesdayby must be taken away *
mean i were visitors to Lake City; Miami have been enjoying a sev- Manning and little daughter Marjorie Mrs. F. A. Canova and daughter premises. Persons in dry counties "Blow Me Down"and FALL COATS d

ttdnesday. eral days' visit here with relatives and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart Mary Anne, and Mrs. John J. may order one quart a month shipped fur, $15: value-$8.B3 i
spent Sunday in Jacksonville. to them from a wet county.
Canova and son, 'John Jr., who GINUIlAMS-dood for stripping. t J JjulltsSpecial

|Miss Patsy Brtnson and Miss Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. W. B. :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest spent the day with Miss Canova "I Like Mountain Music"I ( a yard, 100 i 4
elba Silcox spent Saturday in Haynes and Mrs. A. W Redgravewere short and her mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. I
have returned home from a Kiddles
SWE\TEn8--For the ,
esvllle. visitors to Jacksonville Sat- SUNRAYMONDAY
stay In Americus, Ga., being called Get The BestBARBECUE Cotton and Wool, ,
urday. there on account of the illness of Rev. T W. Calloway, prominent "THE BIG EXECUTIVE"It
to
I State's Attorney A. S. Crews was Baptist pastor of Jacksonville, will AND 40o $1.00
Mrs. Demoreat's father, O. C. John- Bennettalso
I'(tiding to business in Tallahas- Lenthal Wyman of the U. S. conduct the services at the Mission Cortez, Richard 8I1OEH-For the Whole Family ;.

t Monday. Forestry Station, Lake City, was son Hall, Odd Fellows Building, on CHILI blade by Peters-Satisfaction or n ;

attending to business here Wed- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard, Mrs. Tuesday night, November 7. Rev. New and Betty Hoop's Hallo Your Money hack
|Lloyd J. Green Is spending sev- nesday. James and Miss Cleo' Calloway is pastor of the Avondae You Ever Ate we'en Party 1
il days at the Veterans Hospital Shepard Baptist Church and 4s well knownIn IT PAYS TO BUY AT kf1 '
of Hilliard were guests I
lUke City. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sloan of Shepard the state. His subject will be at
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Jacksonville were guests Saturday "Bible Prophecy Fulfilled in Our
li.L. Green and Eddie J. Lewis afternoon of Mr. and Mrs Charles Street.Knight at their Lome on Call Day." The meeting is at 7:30: and HALL'SBARBECUE "What Price Innocence"and STERNBERG'SStarke ,

Brooker were business visitors Imbach. the public is cordially Invited.

i Saturday. PLACE TWO GOOD COMEDIES Florida it
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prather and ?
Mrs. C. M. Fowler of Winter Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand
children and Mrs. Prather's brother ;
h J .C. Robinson of Apopka Park Is here on a visit with her Mr. and Mrs.: George A. Anderson I
1M guest of friends here over parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Julian Spruce of Lynch, Ky., motored to White Springs 1 ilWIOOflUftMRt
are enjoying a visit here with Mr.
(week-end. Thomas. Sunday where they met Mr. and
and :Mrs. W. C. Prather and Miss
Mrs. B. M. Knight and son, Floyd, 1.
ire, J. D. Doyle has been enjoy- Mrs. W, B. Jordan of Leesburghas Helen Prather. and Miss Debbie Wilder of Berlin,

!a visit with friends in Greene been the guest of her sister- Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Knight of

Springs. In-law Miss Pearl Jordan, for sev- Mrs. Rosa Constantine and three Madison, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. IiplopGrocery t 6
children, Louis, Cleveland and it
eral days. Epperson and children of Jackson '
Hr And A. of the Elizabeth Neal of Rochester Minn.,
| Mrs. W. Kelsey ville, and enjoyed a most pleasant
who moved to their home
recently
Farm here Sat- and Miss
pte were visitors Lester Price Robinson day together at the Springs.
:iiy afternoon. Vera Claire Robinson of Apopkawere near Theressa, were visitors to
:
Starke Wednesday.Mr. STARKE FLORIDA \
visiting friends here duringthe Among those attending the ,
lifts! ,J. H. Moreland and children weekend.Mrs. teachers' meeting In Gainesville

Jacksonville were in Starke and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mr. Friday and Saturday were: Mrs.T. .
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley were in Specials Friday Saturday Nov. 3-4
Iiday! afternoon. Herbert Durden and chil- Jacksonville the T, Long, Mrs. D. P .Carpenter, ,
Sunday attending
dren of Monticello are visiting at
Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Prof. L. A.
|J. R. Boyd, chief clerk of the the home of her parents. Mr. and funeral of Herbert A. Williams, Sr., Gray, Miss Isabel Fernandez, Mrs.

I'lway' mail service, was a visitor Mrs. J. H. Ritch. a well known Seaboard Air Line Hal Hoffman, Mrs. B. Perkins, C. .w Octagon ;
Railway conductor.Mrs. Tall
I Starke Tuesday. A. Larson, Miss Hazel Middleton, Powder
Soap
Mrs. W. S. Freeman and daughter F. C. Holllngsworth, Mrs. Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. R. F. or

I'V.E.' Bryant of the Carola Cafe Miss Dorothy, .Tallahassee R. A. Newaom Miss Elizabeth Hol- Demorest, Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Doi' No.2 10 for _.25c

attending to business in were guests last week'()f Mr. and lingsworth and James Hollings- N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Miss Edna

ville Thursday. Mrs. H. A. Bishop. worth, and Miss Mary Lucille To- Strickland, Miss Olive Ray, Miss Can RICE 5 Ibs_ __20c "';" $
rode of Lawtey spent Friday shopping -' Lena Belle Shepard,: Miss Thelma ,
Junes Lewis and Lester Price Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto in Jacksonville.. Silcox, Miss Lucille Edwards!: Miss 20c

tem spent Sunday In Lake were among those attending the Eunice Perkins, Miss- Rosalind Jacobs MEAL, 10 Ibs.. 15c Y

-1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. DENT Woodmen Circle district conven- Billy Graham of Raleigh, N. C., Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Na-

k. tion In Ocala Friday. is spending several weeks in Starke than Prevatt, :Miss Rachel Silcox POTTED MEAT Navy Northern /

visiting his grandparents, Mr. and and Miss Muriel Silcox. or

Miss Mary Canova Is spending Mrs. J. M. Alvarez at their homeon 3 Cans ,. lOc BEANS, Ib ,. .5c
[ A several days In
WORD Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Canovfl}.nd Mr; from an appendicitis operation tons of spring flowers this year, Good Heavy Brooms
Onions 4 Ibs lOc
and Mrs. John J. Canova., and his many Staike friendsare special trains being run at the Pound ___ 27c
COLUMNR -- glad to welcome his visit here. busiest time. Each _35c
+
Miss Lone Kelly of New River is Cocoanut, pkg .5c

| RENT-Slx-room house on a patient at the Gill Hospital convalescing DelMonte Best'' White BACON F

'Qftb Cherry street. Apply from an appendicitis operation And the Worst is Yet Come- Bananas, Ib .5c e

1'd Green. ll-3tf, performed Sunday.Dr. GARDEN PEAS Pound __ _-___7l/zc y ,'

K-S FOR SALE-Or will trade and Mrs. E. O.: Mansker of: =-= No. 2 Can 19c ;

Plf corn and half cash. Q. R. Tampa were week-end guests of r MA TCHES

111,Bostwick, Fla. .10-20-tf Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon at DelMonte I ;

I their home on Walnut Street. t 2 Packages. 15c
SA.LSyrup cans, all sizes;; I .:i Golden Bantam Corn ---

> good supply quart bottles. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins No. 2 Can. 13c ;

p ka Hardware Co.. 10-27-tf and son of. Brooker were visitors 9
Corn SALT; 3 for____lOc .
I; R SAE- here Saturday, and while here were .
'
enulne/Mlaalonary DelMonte
:
callers at the Telegraph office. iYff--
r&Wberry
plants own from
f*of Allen Nurseries of Mary- BARTLET PEARS True
1, let last James Milton Brownlee, Jr., of Love FLOUR h

I ',dad f.o.b.February, $1.50 per the University of Florida spent the Tall Can___ _ 15c
I
*let Castleberry. Free week-end here with his parents, 24 lbs. _.___ ___ _95cHershey'
I i
upon
: Castleberry.request., Ala.N. P. Thur- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.Mr. I II I Cane 2 Packages 15c T- ,.


10274tll17n| | and Mrs! W. L. Sandersonand qp ill I ( i i ii SUGAR, 5 lbs 25c True Love FLOUR 1

S.XLE-Missionary Strawber- two children of Collegevllle ii Winesap

PUtts, by bed or by the thou- Pa., were in Starke last week visIting i MILK, Tall Can 6c Red Eating Apples 12 Ibs -__ __ .50cSnowdrift g ,
These plants Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields. (
are grown on i Dozen lOc
Pound and from fresh nur- I Pancake Flour lOc -
Itock. I have the plants and Mrs. W. P. Randall and.children FLOUR

r and to raise of Jacksonville spent Saturday and Charmer COFFEE
some berries for
Sunday with Mrs. RandaU's parents ? 241bs 90c 121bs 49c
Jz?season
I See me or write
l""f expected Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. 1 e oo 2 Cans25c
acreage, we can
A. J. Lj4 e
GRIFFI3. 8-18tf If Interested In the future as sr I
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O. K.
i'EDERAL' LAND seen In the light of Bible prophecyhear 0 1 SOAPlOc LARD
BANK la Dr. T.V.. Calloway at the 5 for "
: end offering terms some attractive Mission Hall Tuesday evening 7:30.: orrw (Det3llonIe'U -- 2 lbs"15c 3 lbs 23c

: on farms in .. s 0ha
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Plink Plo Ida. Write or see'Au- Misa Bunnie Canova re-entered e o0 I Watlrr Best Irish Potatoes 8 Ib..,. ...__ __ __55c

IIIan. Sta' special Real Estate Bradford High School Monday, aft 5 Pounds. _13c t
"Florida.. 9-15-tf er being absent six weeks, convalescing >*

.lu,E. .F from an appendicitis opera- COF'F'EEPound 10 Pounds. .25c Arm & Hammer'CHEESE ,
Ie lous Indian River ( t
lb. 7 'b. T5I sell at Ion. SODA Y2-l\y pkg .4c d

andPri I 'lIve 'Ices, so don't for- Dr. and Mra. J. B. Curtis, en ; ....: ( y ,-. ... lb. 18c

10 Roe c;;" a the place-next route to their home In Orange _.% ;. b

.Inl C ''>rth I Shoe Shop. Heights from a visit la Maine, were \- ,.... ...,., ..__- ----27c BUTTER, Ib 24c Lamp Shades. __ .6c

c.r...o c ''t saved! is one recent guests of Mr. and Mr.. F. A. '; .' .) ,... 110--'"

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0 PAGE SLY BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE:, FLORIDA FRIDAY, yen EMn
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SCHOOL LEAGUE FORMEDST.
KILLED
iPS LCJnt..iLb11a -- IN
r Hints To Housewives -- --- PETERSBURG civic HIGH SPRINGS- V\TTLE,

clubs here have organized the CiS, a farmer Is deal "
rr' League for Better Schools to work Moran Nettles aver 'r
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l.r' SECTIONConducted Weekly from Home Demonstration for an eight-months term in Pinel- Elwyn Nettles Is at' _11.'-
FARMERS Specialists, Tallahassee LIVE STATE NEWSNews las County and school laws to cure $1,000 bond follow, (

troubles arising from insufficient affair which climax, .bl'

by Demonstration Agents Cowpeas so abundant in the of Florida in Short Paragraphs operating funds.FINED over division of 'I Lrgu 1
South, contain large amounts of Nettles 18, surrend
.} muscle building protein. They are FOR PUSHING ties saying he.h ,''IUt?

rich in carbohydrates and contain ST. PETERSBURG William Osteen after the far taaad
Brandenburg, 74, told the court he and .
--- --- -- -- wounded Nettles
fair amounts of fats. They are also - w,
---- was "sorry" he pushed :Miss Rosa 1ro
well supplied with minerals and vit .
f. Concerted Warfare Mrs. Sholtz Among amins. They are a valuable addi- BERT FISH TO SAIL BEER AND MORE BEER Issel 45, his housekeeper into a local The crocodile live, '. ne

On tion to the economy diet and DE LAND -.- Judge Bert Fish TALLAHASSEE Beer con- yacht basin and Miss Issel declined 100 years old.
, f Checks Depredations Noted Speakers there's no need of monotony in newly appointed Ambassador to sumption in Florida Is steadily Increasing to prosecute further so the la lYe

i Of Livestock Pest 4-H Radio Program serving them. Egypt will sail from New York on according to semimonthly Judge fined Brandenburg $100 and County Clrt'nltourt Florldn In ,."I.JH
r Cream Of Cowpea Soup I the S. S. Excallbur November 3 to figures made public by the state costs. C".. 1o.. "Ctl 1

Cream of cowpea soup, properly 'take over his duties. He Is expectedto malt and beverage department. A.H. WAre, Complllh, '
PERRY-With the arrival of GAINESVILLE r s. Dave made is as palatable and satisfy- I' arrive. at Alexandria November During the last two weeks of Sep- WHEELBARROW PUSIIERSW Goodfellow et a! 'r) 'r'mdll e
the leaders are surveying W. J. Sears,. A UCHULA Wauchula's OnnEn OF' SE..
Sholtz,
cooler weather Congressman ing as the famous Navy bean soup. : 16. tember 1,295,434: bottles of legal NOTICE TO 11"1'':
results in the vlgorour warfare Dr. Wllmon Newell and other wheelbarrow pushers Joe Hines AppE' '\I ll
Served with crackers or croutonsand beer were sold in the state and THE STATE OF FL
(I. the worm fly will Join Flor- and Jim Deal, are resting at the
: against screw prominent speakers along with celery and a fruit $100.000 FIRE 108,790 gallons of keg brew. thelreedeneexr, qir llIs
which has been waged In Taylor ida's 12,000 rural 4-H Club boys pudding dessert it constitutes a TAMPA-Fire of undetermined halfway mark on their way to Chi- 60J Crlttenden

County since early August. This and girls as they participate in a whole meal. The ingredients are origin last week destroyed the en- APPROVES LOW FIGURE cago, according to word received of Louisville) County' li, ,. ,
t survey showa that the "enemy" has nation-wide radio celebration of one tablespoonful butter or bacon tire plant and all records of the TALLAHASSEE Redemptionof from Atlanta. The two young men, State OUDEHEU of Kentucky, II I? fef6 t

r' been held in check and that live- the year's 4-H achievements on I fat one tablespoonful flour one Tampa Marine Works, at an estimated -i delinquent taxes under the Futch who left here September 11 to pusha are required that to you apneu" ,nom
stock of the county have been pro- : Saturday, November 4. The wheelbarrow to Chicago and day In December, A r -
loss
stalk finely chopped celery one tablespoonful of 100000. plantlbuilt bill on the basis of the lowest assessed the above .
tected as a consequence says R. S. : Four Florida radio stations, World back spent last week-end in Griffin Piitllle.l
finely chopped onions during the War was valuation during the periodof amended and
Dennis county agent. It la hoped WJAX. WIOD WSUN and WRUF not in has been Ga., continuing to Atlanta. complaint filed.Upplemental attuin' p
one No. 2 can or equivalent of cow- operation. delinquency approvedby 111'
of '( v
t the colder weather will aid the In the celebration. They have covered approximately you In the ahov
that are participating
the Supreme court. It held the wherein
the
peas, salt pepper and milk. I rnrnpliui' (
naturally controlling The over WRUF Is from 600 miles since leaving here going. foreclose ,
forces by program a
Simmer the vegetables in the fat, :MANY OUTSIDE STUDENTS! Futch act did not repeal previously certain m "gnu b
the fly. 12 to 1 o'clock while that over the by way of Tampa, Gainesville I firm and prior lien ,
add the flour stirring well, add the WINTER PARK-Sixty-two per enacted statutes which providedsuch claim of each of )'01. e
o While the fight against the three NBC stations is listed for cowpeas and simmer until the fla- cent of the students at Rollins Col- method of redemption and Macon and Grlffln..Ga.STATEWIDE lowing described lam.

screw worm fly as waged in most I It 12:30: to 1:30: p.m., opening and vor Is well blended. Put the mix- lege come from outside the Stateof turned down an appeal by R. E. TRAFFIC DRIVE In The Bradford$: E'4 of County REty, 1 p ,
chain '
t Infested counties of Florida has closing with fifteen minute ture through a Helve, then add Florida, according to geographical Moye, as clerk of the DeSoto TALLAHASSEE-Alarmed over of SR'4 of Seetion' 21/ >rgl!
over at the ,
drawn praise from livestock owners programs from Washington NBC network. sufficient hot milk to make the desired statistics showing that twenty- County circuit court for reversalof reports of a constantly increasingdeath 88, TownHhlp Northeast/ Hi.utl_ t
t and specialists, doubtless the the coast-to-coast consistency. nine states In addition to the Dis- an order by' Circuit Judge W. J. and run South on
toll in
campaign conducted In Taylor From 12:45: : to 1:13: : each station [ Hopping John trict of Columbia are representedthis Barker in a case brought by W. B. the cabinet has automobile accidents, feet North, thence Went \1
fora 1020
Its local approved plans feet will own program.
County has been must interesting, carry Hopping John Is a dish well year. McCollum. state-wide traffic drive with feet to point of "
Mrs. Sholtz, wife of Florida'sGovernor tl
because of the co-operation of a TownHhlp/ South I r-
and I who has previously known in many sections. It requires city, county and even state forces and Bradford ('0111,,
large number of Individuals BLUE EAGLE' FOR STUDENTSST. CANAL SURVEYSJACKSONVILLEMajor
interest in 4-H Club one-quarter pound salt pork, .combined in one gigantic campaign. hereby denlfrnated .i
her
shown
Agent Dennis has In which this
of
County Students
groups. one cupful cooked rice one medium PETERSBURG- B. C. His not I
leader of the forces, but able work by the gift of a number of suggestion, approved by the llahed once each w tr,
been club size onion one No. 2 can cowpeas, St. Petersburg Junior College have Dunn, United States district engineer cabinet Governor Sholtz considered ecutlve Week,
assistance has been willingly rendered -.registered pigs to outstanding canned with pork and salt and elected a mounted Blue Eagle as a has said a survey of possible I Witness I he lion n
issuing an executive order
by the State Live Stock San- members will speak over WRUF, life member of the and com- kind a. Jmtge" of thl i a
t over pepper. Cut the salt pork in institution routes for the proposed North Flor- bining inspection forces of the Heal of thla Court i
,' itary Board, local and state councils Gainesville. Other speakers small pieces, lightly brown in a "initiated" the bird with elaborate ida Atlantic Ocean-Gulf of Mexico State Road ford County, Florid" q d
of unemployment relief and this station wll be Dr. Wllmon skillet and add these cubes to the ceremonies. The eagle is to be dis- Canal was scheduled for comple- Vehicle Department the Motor of October, 1833
Commission
and the Rail-
of
of the University I"
the county commissioners.( Newell dean cowpeas. Chop the onions finely played at all important functionsof tion by the end of December at road Commission into a sort of (Official A'eL'k"
of Agriculture;
The screw worm fly began Florida College the college. which time data would be Seal) Brodfuiil. r
and brown in the salt placedIn
lightly pork
devastation to Nellie Berry and William Clegg, state police force for a drive of at KnlKht &: Knight: s ;,
wreaking death and fat. Mix with the peas and add the hands of the chief of army least a month's duration. Attorneys for Cum! e
; the livestock industry in mid-Au- Alachua County 4-H members. salt and pepper. Combine the mix- DISAPPEARS engineers. The object of the pro-

gust. Agent Dennis called a meet Congressman Sears will speak ture with the cooked rice and cook TALLAHASSEE James H. posed canal Is to shorten the distance A
will
: ing of all livestock owners for Per- over WJAX Jacksonville as fur ten minutes. Serve hot with or Travis, pardoned convict whose between Gulf ports and north

'- ry on August 24. A veterinarian Miss Flavia Gleason, state home without tomato sauce.-Isabella S. published charges of brutality and Atlantic cities and Europe. Jut- FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur

f of the State Live Stock Board was demonstration agent: Miss Margaret Thursby. murder in Florida prison camps ting as it does about 600 miles into Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for s
Wood member of the Bradford Us to Rend,
present as were representatives of brought a demand of proof from southern waters the peninsula of
EFFICIENT PROMPT and
COURTEOUS
I
school board and EugeneBoyles SEKUCK
; the Agricultural Extension Serv- County
Prison Commissioner Nathan Mayo, Florida must be almost circled by MODERATE PRICES
ice at Gainesville. Methods of Suwannee County club boy.A Crop Production Loans has dropped out of sight, Mayo has ships plying to and from Alabama DeWITT
of St. Johns County club C. JONES COMPANY
treating infested animals and Injured chorus been notified by the New York paper Louisiana and Texas ports in north
will furnish music. To Be Available For 8TARKE, FLORIDA
animals were outlined and girls which published the charges. Atlantic and European trade.
,
to the During the local program over
owners were urged patrol
ranges and burn all dead animals WSUN, St. Petersburg, talks will Planting Spring Crops -- --

and treat injured ones immediately. be made by R. W. Blacklock, state I
Entomologists say that the boys' club agent; Mrs. Floyd Snyder GAINESVILLE-Florida farm

screw worm fly-one of the blow- Jane Truck and R. C. Joynerof ers will be able to get money for I

: flies-has been present in the Hlllsborough County. general agricultural purposes, Including _
',. Southeast for years. This year Over WIOD Miami, during the loans for producing and

: however, Is the first time it has be- local program the speakers will be harvesting crops, the breeding, t
come numerous enough to threaten Mrs. T. V. Moore, chairman of the raising and fattening of livestock de

the livestock Industry. Ordinarily American home department of the and the production of livestock and Blanks
it breeds in dead flesh but when Florida Federation of Women's poultry products if plans worked Legal

.!. numerous as it was this year it clubs; Emily Olson, president of out at a recent conference of offi-
lays eggs In any Injuries or even the State Girls' 4-H Council, and cials of the Production Credit Cor- s P

in blood spots on the outside of the John Irvin, Palm Beach County,I poratlon In Columbia, S. C., and
skin! of live animals. The eggs boy. A chorus of Dade County I:representatives of the Florida Agricultural (

hatch in about twelve hours, and club girls will render music for the I i Extension Service areI

the maggots or screw worms, bore program. I carried out. Loans should be avail- We Carry the Following in Stock '
into the flesh of the animal, killingit able in time for planting spring ,' : L

unless remedial measures are ap State Governors Are crops. r, 'Ih
Local production credit associations rom

plied.With 1,050 square miles In the Appointing Farm Debt farmer owned and farmer Deeds t1

county carrying 20,000 cattle and controlled are to be set up. The .,, Warranty

40,000 hogs, It was BOO*found that Conciliation Bodies i original capital stock will be made '
:
the owners could not patrol the available by the Production Credit ,',:;

ranges sufficiently to curb the State governors have been askedto Corporation. Tbe local association ".. Bills of Sale .
\ spread of the fly. The problemwas appoint voluntary farm debt will then make loans to farmers.

presented to local and state conciliation committees by Gover- Ten or more farmers can set up an

directors of unemployment relief, nor Henry Morgenthau. Jr., of the association. Details about how to Short Form Chattel Mortgages
r and three regular patrolmen were Farm Credit Administration, and go about It can be obtained from : reh

assigned to the county. They were committees have already been appointed the county agents or from D. E. I
allowed additional assistance so in fifteen states. Timmons, of the Agricultural Ex- Mortgage DeedsTurpentine bee

f that the entire county could be pa- These committees would be com- tension Service here who has been '. : IUe
trolled twice loaned to the Production Credit "' ,-
each week. Dead animals posed of farmers, leading lenders:

r. were burned or burled Injured and business men. County com- Corporation to assist in an educa- Leases '. ane
ones were reported to owners mittees would be appointed to tional campaign.The :'- {

y, .. and bait traps were set near handle conferences between dis- majority of loans will be ;bt t
I' where each carcass was destroyed. tressed farm debtors and their made for a period of less than .

I' Gallon upon gallon of files were creditors.' In many cases where twelve months, and in no event will \ Agreements for Deed ;i7i;; ;' :

j, caught and destroyed. With Its farmers seek loans to enable themto loans be made for a period of more :
f principal breeding places eliminated refinance their indebtedness the than three years. The Interest rate a:. .

r the spread of the fly was amount of their debts exceeds the will be about 6 V4 per cent, three ,Land Contracts -i: : : "

checked effectively, and possible amounts which can be lent by the per cent of this going to the local $I Itnh
untold losses to the livestock Industry Federal Land Banks and the Land i association for expenses. No farmer : :; )y :.

J'', were circumvented. Similar Bank Commissioner The concilia- can borrow less than $50, and ,.:, Plain Notes : _, ;=: A'

/' but less intensive campaign were tion committees would try to bring only in exceptional cases can one ", ,.
: conducted In other counties border- about a voulntary scaling down of farmer borrow more than twentyper ",,":' '- }

ing South Georgia whence the Infestation debt in these and other cases. cent of the capital and guar- ,. 'I' Retain Title Notes f t:
originated. anty fund of the association. Loans : ,tnl
will be made only to stockholder- '
Farmers May Borrow ,
Adhesive postage stamps are not members of the association.It ef'' the

redeemable nor can they be ex- 10 Cents Per Pound is planned that these loans will .
changed at the postof flee for other take the place of all former types i; Also the Following Signs:

stamps, according to postal rer {- On This Year's Cotton of seed and crop production loans. 4
!atIQIIII: 'fur
,.., OutlookTo '" '
Potato '
GAINESVILLE-Florida cotton Early .
El Paso and San Antonio Texas For Rent -.t." j,
farmers now borrow 10 cents a Signs "
are about fifty per cent Mexican in can their 1933 from the Be Discussed With ': : :.> ;" .;f..
pound on crop ,. : 15t
'r.
population.At ",. i
t Commodity Credit Corporation of I Growers And Shippers : a :/ : } :
Finance Cor- .
Reconstruction Closing
the time of maximum sun the :1,, :'- S18g'ns "
Details have been placedIn i \
the poration. ..' Its
spots temperature of the air GAINESVILLE: The Florida ,
1:, above the earth is often lower. the hands of county agents who outlook will be explained to : cr.' I>,
have passed them along to the potato ; No wx ,
November 6, Trespassing Signs
1 banks and other lending agencies. growers at LaCrosse :r.t;
I The cotton must class low middling and at Hastings November 7, by A. :

Smilin Charlie$ay8' or better in grade and seven- E. Mercker secretary of the Inter ; ,3.. :
Committee. ,
better In to be state Early Potato !: j"*;, .
staple
eights or -:< ce
'
eligible for the 10 cents a pound Plans for the meetings have and other been g': And Office Supplies: ,"f) Y1j ''..'
made county agents
t loan. Eight cents will be loaned on by
.l..{ cotton that does not meet these workers of the agricultural exten- k the
*
sion service. liF ';,:;
qualifications. :
1tlr
Mr, :Mercker will meet with potato < Bi
Carbon Paper ,': .
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Loans made by banks, corporations shippers at Hastings Novem- L .- ... 1
I and offices under the Farm ber 8 to discuss a marketing agree- ..
ment which his committee has .. :':
Credit Administration during the
r rij seven months from March 1, 1933, worked out with agricultural ad- Typewriter Ribbons

to September 30. 1933, approxi- justment officials.
mated J409,158.0OO. according to "Tbe potato situation at present en

ij : an announcement by Henry Mor- is such that Florida growers should Rubber Stamps ., '' eblba

ganthau, Jr., governor of of the study all angles before putting In a : "

Farm, Credit Administration.. crop. There are no early grown
, \ potatoes to compete with Florida .
L51
s Two supervisors, forty-four reg- : and what growers here do has a e
l .. ., ular teachers and an auxiliary I lot to do with prices," according to

1 l' Farjixer Jones teacher carry on the work of I H. G. Clayton, outlook and organi- Bradford

tK airplane 1m speech improvement In Phlladelphla' -i zation specialist with the agricul- County Te1eraphA

[ hurry tip and 1 schools. i i tural service. ]

+. off
1 I : ttt tr&&ic tN, The silence in parts of the Rocky The curriculum of the Topeka

; Mountains is so great that the Senior High School. Kansas Includes -

get thoold.bo flapping of partridge wings can be a course in the history' of are
heard for several miles. living religions. Phone 29t
and brag youtri .

'a brtdble'' : The great bells In historic Notre The Chinese are believed to be I
; t Dame de Paris are now rung byI the hardest working farmers-and ie Ve

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lrgIII I b a tlmp unto my feet, and a Tight unto my path.-Puln_ 119105.: 120 DISASTERSHelp \ !I : j

1 I', BBBBBBBB BPB B1SM BBMBBIWBSBB B BeBBBBeBBBBBSBBBBBSISBB MBBSBBBBBISWeBMieeBBBBBVBBfUfmsttit Starke, Florida. 1111
lUtl All religious teaching, doctrine or Oct. 30, 1933. t I

'tat i ftp. creed, il they are to have any claim Editor Telegraph fn Floods Earthquake
dad S' ,must be In harmony with ,
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Starke Florida.
, Molji the' 1 nfJwus the Chrtstiwhoee- ode fit Into every fold and crevice Dear Sir,: Fires and Tornadoes In

i { kin eart, and of whom it wa Bald [in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN
, oe a ,yjKE TI.IS MAN." The following clipping from a Year's RecordThe
gg dally newspaper might be of interest -
nf Union counties are Invited to flee this do- to many of your readers: VJJVI W$
I kin hl Bradfordchurch activities, organization* and announcer BERLIN-Chancellor Hitler's American Red Cross has *

hsnri i freely given and no charge made--the only requirement teetotalism was held up as an reached Into the homes of six: mullion 8&l'->&:
fw space Items reach this, office tVodreeda7 morning families In the past :year with "
.. such example to the nation at a meeting -
I
ff ndui t they cannot be handled for current l Issue.iltRCII marking the fiftieth anniver- unemployment and disaster relief,

'*11'B' '; sary of the German Anti-Alcohol Chairman John Barton Payne: an 'I
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DIRECTORY with our beloved Barnabas and Society. nounced.
u'" 'Mir \\lIKE Paul, men that have hazarded Fritz Lenz professor of Eu- "As the :year closed the'organlza. }, 1 I
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Cburch their lives for the name of our Lord genics in Munich in a speech said tion continued in readiness to serve
:'h.I.tr.. First! Baptist winter at the .1
In the
Jesus Christ. We have sent there- sterilization would be applied in forthcoming
HEll,i J. J. Johnson, pastor. fore Judas and Silas, who shall also the future in extreme cases of point of greatest! need and to ad- T20DALEADS J .1'I
rh School10:00: A. MIming Just its service to meet the calls of
JldaY tell the things by mouth. habitual
' : you same Inebriety::
Iii M. WO&LD
W'Jrshlp-11:00: A. : and THE
of unemployment
the
For It seemed good to the Holy '"Trying to reform a drunkardby emergency

'talKnge b' xpt) 6:30: P.M. Ghost and to us, to lay upon you marriage is a crime," he declared disaster" Chairman Payne stated. ryE P&ODUCT/OM n' :)
WfJrshlp-1:30: : P. M. la of greatest economic ins
lining a :year i.
nut''' no greater burden than these nec- adding that personal liberty .
I invitation extended to distress In th \ nation's history in "
cordial essary things: That ye abstain ends where the nation's wel- G2APEfRU/Te '
\
> which the Red Cross dischargeda of
|;iese services. from meats offered to idols, and fare is at stake. ably

a, from blood and from things strangled From bans on drink and tobacco relief task In distributing flour and 4 }1 1I 1LCMUCL

Mi'thouist Church and from fornication; from the speaker said he expected clothing to distressed families in all .F' ,t ,
I but six of the nation's 3,098 counties,
| pastor.daY which If keep yourselves level of
r F. Jones : ye ye an enormously higher the organization also was called into
test School 10 a.m.imlng 'shall do well. Fare ye well. So public health and efficiency.
of which 96
action in 120 disasters :
worship at 11:00: a.m.JlWg when they were dismissed, they "The leader wills It," he exclaimed were within the borders of the
People's Meeting;-0:30nlng : came to Antioch: and when they ,I
United States.Earthquake.
i I had gathered the mulitude together Hitler permitted the circula-
floods, hurricanes
1 VVornhlp-7:30: P. :M.proNlijtfrlan they delivered the epistles: tion of his picture on a postcard fires and other, cataclysms: visited 1.1

Which when they had read, they which stated that "Chancellor '
death and destruction upon the lives ;
Church rejoiced for the consolation." Hitler neither drinks nor smokes I I i
and homes of thousands of people. : 1
minister. According to statements of Peter and his capacity for work Is y {
Iff.! George H. Lowry. Red Cross statistics showed that in
Itvices Sunday, November 6: Paul and Barnabas. God's will enormous." the 120 dlsastere almost a. thousand t 1 +J; 4

,, Loo A. -Sunday School. had been shown through his deal- Yours truly lives were lost, 148,840 homes were Z.J 13R I
MRS. F. A. SCOTT. '
(i 100< ) A, -Morning worship; ings with men. Though opposers destroyed or damaged 13,275 per.eons ?
.
m by the pastor; "The Things might Insist that one could not be were Injured and Red Cross FLOR/DAS

Make For Peace"some saved unless he kept the Mosaic Starke, Florida. relief was given to 452,879 Individuala. a

Ms for Armistice Day. Law, the plain facts were that Oct. 28, 1933. W&/TC :' J

"i |>lb> p. -Christian Endeavor; many Gentiles had been marvel- Mr. E. L. Matthews In giving aid in these disasters, FAMOUS k

Helen Mersereau; topic, ously saved and kept without keep- Starke, Florida. In its unemployment relief and in of etlNCSc.ro

*Awfulness and Uselessness of Ing the law and therefore the Ju- Dear Sir: handling the distribution of govern U
dais tic position wall false. Such I hope you will find room in your ment wheat and cotton the Red s { a

!JO P 1>!. -Evening worship; logic was unanswerable. The ques- column for this little item which Cross expended from its national

find sermon. tion Involved was whether or not might help to: Impress on our young treasury: the sum of 1070284. I IFLORIDA

RendiCE cordial invitation to all our the whole Mosaic Law was bindingon boys the importance of temperance During one period of twelve 4 ,

Tices extended to all.IJNDAY Gentile Christians. : weeks. 43 disasters occurred in 23 1
"It seemed good unto us, having When Babe Ruth was asked to elates. Red Cross disaster workers
e-- come to one accord." Christians be photographed with a bottle of were hard pressed in meeting all of GRAPEFRUIT in the five-' Lemuel DeBra, obtained a knowledge and .'t ( : '

SCHOOL should be unanimous In their decis beef in his hand it Is said that he these needs occurring at once but period of 1927-28 through 1931-32 understanding of the Chinese that enabled ; f l '

ions. This does not mean that con- replied thus: "I have autographedtoo everywhere misery was promptly re year while him to produce over a hundred e'l'II;{ i: \

LESSON scientious objectors should cease to many baseballs for boys in lieved. averaged 10,520,120 boxes per year stories that critics have acclaimed "tho i Ij, ,

object but it means that a churchfor America. to think of helping ad- Support of the Red Cross work is the production of the rest of the entire most charming and sympathetic stories :r \

instance, should not express Its vertise the sale of beer. Many of through its annual roll call con. world for the same period amounted to ever written of the Chinese in America." ';1 :/] j ,"

NOVEMBERS.: 1933 sentiments until under Its rules It these boys regard me as a hero ducted by: chapters in the period only 4,000,000 boxes per year as an His inimitable writings have been translated ;, JI I
can move as a unit. "To choose out and I'll not do anything to lessen from Armistice Day to Thanksgiving '
jbject Paul In Jerusalem. men and send them unto you with their esteem for me.-Florida Day November 11 to November average. into various foreign languages. :: \\ttt''

in Text "Where the Spirit our beloved Barnabaa and PauL" Christian Advocate. 80. Every citizen who joins the Red Florida has the honor of claiming as a "Ways That Are Wary" Is considered his 11-,. t-t': .

:Jie Lord Is there is liberty." How much ia added to the messageby Yours truly Cross as a member aids in carrying resident, LEMUEL DE BRA, of Lynn best work. Although born in Iowa, Mr. ;. : : i '

.3:17o: the word "beloved." Most of us (MISS) AMELIA RAY, relief to disaster victims and In Haven. For fifteen years a government DeBra has made his home in Florida for ; l' ti :

Text: Acts 15:1: 2, 2:1-31.: are too cold to express our feelingsof other Red Cross services, such at anent In Bin 7t,u.,,'--O'B Chinatown.Sailors .- the past ten years. ; If} ;
, ae and Place of 'Lesson: affection. A single word of love John Quincy Adams and Wood- preservation of life child welfare '
two H"r4 of BI3V4 of SWVi of BR'4. Sort Inn will Issue th.r.-'n;:;;; ; the 14th day o'Nov.mb..r
1\\A. D. 60; Antloch and JeruHLcan will do more to cement a bond than row Wilson were the only through the Junior Red Cross and have wide trousers so > .
lit), Township 7 South, Range 2? East A. D. 1933.
all the logic In the books. Presidents to die in Washington direct service for the public health. that when they are cleaning decksor oontalnlfiic. 20 .."r*'.. Pitted this 11th day of October
scarcely appreciate at after completing a term of office. landing In shallow water the The assessment. of said propel ty A. D. 1933.
under the said certificate. Issued. was A. J. THOMAS,
stance the magnitude of the trousers can easily be, rolled above In the name of Dornev Fort. dork: of Circuit Court
ahlch facet\the early church I The plant Venus baa no RED CROSS CLOTHES the knees. Unless. mid certificate shall be redeemed Ilradford County. FlorIda.10.1816tll1.10 ;",
+ lites. sate1-1 acrordlo.1& to law, tax dead s 6
P It
loBeon. arose
limit of oU IVOTICH I OF FINAL DIIICIIAIIGF! will lemie thereon on the Fourth day -
j gh the large Increase in Gen- I BOB JONES NOTICE OF FINAL! Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt tit November. A. D. 1039. NO''C'F' or .
:-coverts, which brought to the Department Of The Interior THE NATION'S NEEDYFlour may concern that I have filed my Dated thin Fourteenth day of Oo- APPLICA'IIov KOIl TAT: ure.o, : s
General .10..1 Of firs and made tober, A. I'. 1933. Notice In hereby .given that W. If.
: the question' as to whether report of accounts appli- A. J. THOMAS, Smith, holder of Tax Certificate No.
h tFM
At Washington U. (J.. Sept. 18. 1O3.T. cation for discharge to the Honorable -
I must keep the Jewish law In Notice Is hereby given that John 12. K. Ferryman County Judgeof Clerk of Circuit Court 161, 3rd day of August A. D. 11121,
OMMENTS D. Mathews, of Starke. Florida and. Bradford County, Florida. has filed said certificate In my office 4
Bradford ,
Some Reach County
:r to be Christians. years d2Bl8r.ha'tS. Bread Clothing
10-OI5M11-10\ and made application for tax
,
1829, Bets. : .
March 16
< ON on mad after November 3rd, 1933 will proceed 4
re this Cornelius and those RR3, deed to issue thereon, In accordance)
., homestead entry, No 021 to make distribution of the -
Than Five
Into More 1
i him had received the Holy HERE AM. Gainesville series, for the WV4 NW 44. estate of ouy C. Cady, deceased NO'ISCI1" 011'APPI.ICATIO" with law. Saidthe certificate embraces
FOIl TAX DFFDNotice following situated In
Section 8, 8 /8.: property
'it t and had been with- 8K14 NWVi Township : Million Homes FLORA B. CADV Executrix .
baptised HEREAFTER.The Range. 23 U, Tal. Meridian, has filed In hereby given that W. If. Hradfonl County Florida to-wlt
being circumcised. Paul and \I notice of Intention to make three of Estate of UUY C. Cady Deceased. Smith holder of Tax Certificate No.SI8 SWV4 of NWVi and NWft of BWW. A ( r"
Proof, to establish claim to the ';nth day of July I A. L>. 1930, Heo.' 9, 'Tp. 7 8., It. 21 61.) containing.
abas had likewise receivede year land above described before A. J. l01214tillaNOTICE linn filed saul certificate In my office 10 Acre, more or leen.The 1
numbers of Gentiles into the Bob Jones Is 1 locatedIn Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit CourtStark. The greatest task ever undertakenby OF and made application for tax assessment. of Bald property !
rch College .. Florida, on the 27th day ofOctober a relief agency In the history of APPIICATIOV FOIL TAX DRKU deed to Issue thereon In acnoidance under Bald certificate was issued In
on their missionary jour- Cleveland Tennessee' which 1 Is: 1933.CI..lm..nt Notice In hereby given, that 1>. W. with law. Bald certificate embrace. the name of t* L. Leach.
Further, at Antioch there in the center of the purest names as witnesses. : A. private charity: drawing to a close Moore, holder of Tax Certificate No the following property situated In Union Bald certificate shall be redeemed -
been numerous accessions of very S. Strickland of Starke, Florida; with the final distribution of cotton 440, third day of August, A. D. 1931, Ilradford County Florida to-wlt: according to law, tax deed 4'
blooded American population. The Fred Sassee, of Starke, Florida; Shelton clothing to more than five million has filed Bald.. certificate in my of. NK14 of Heo. 9, Tp. 7 S.. R. 11 E,, contemning will Untie thereon on the 14th day of
tile converts, and this conditioned overwhelming majority of the citizens Starling, of Starke, Florida Henry flee and made application for tax Leo Acre November, A. D. 1933. 1
up controversy.lesson Urlffls, of /Starke:: Florida.D families by the \merlcan Red Cross. deed to issue thereon In aooordance The assessment. of Bald property I Dated this 11th day of October, i !
that the
of this section believe
K. PA HOTT, At the direction of the Congress, with law Bald certificate embrace* under Bald certificate. wan. issued. In A. D. 1933.
says; "And certain Bible is the Word of God. They Acting Assistant Commissioner. the following* described property sit the name of The National hank of A. J. THOMAS! '
which down from Judea beginning eighteen months ago the uated Bradford County, Petersburg.Unluss Clerk of Circuit Court
came in American. traditions and Iel-' 6t'I1-' tIIR I q ;
bt the and said. Ex- believe Red Cross undertook to convert the _, NH of NW14 of BOl4ldi said certificate shall be redeemed Dradtord County, FlorId.... t r '
;t we be brethren circumcised after theer the good old time religion. All of NO'.ICI' OP wheat and cotton surpluses of the SE'4' and NEW,_of_ BWVi\ of 8E% and according to law tax deed 10-taIBtIH-I0
them may not practice the old time APPLICATION FOR TAX i)EEn
'if Moses, ye cannot bed but believe it. Notice Is hereby given that J. E.1.Actklns. Farm Board Into food and clothingfor i
When therefore Paul and religion they. holder of Tax Certificate No the unemployed and needy.In the
LOOK
e 426, 8rd day of August, A. D. 1983 consequent operation, this relief HERE-FRIENDSI
bM had no small dissension A few days ago it was my privilege has filed said certificate In my office commercial
disputation with them, they and made application for tax deed to agency entered upon a
to attend the Holsten Confer issue, thereon In accordance with enterprise greater than any single
rmlnpd that Paul and Barna- ence of the Methodist Episcopal IHW. Said certificate embraces the firm has under
ever
JM and go certain to Jerusalem others of unto them the Church South, which conferencewas ed following In Ilradford described County property, Florida sltuat, to- commercial taken in the same period of time. I I A / 1
up held In Knoxville, Tenn. I was will K. IS 1-3 A. of SE' of /aVVViI :: In the ensuing month the Red
Uea and elders about this ques- utterly astonished to learn that I less 1-3 A. In BE. Cor. Section 20,
Tp, 7 S, R. 23 E., containing acres. Cross converted 85,000,000 bushels
',ten only thirty-four per cent of the The assessment of said I property of wheat into flour and bread and
the committee reached Je- people who live' in the territory under the said certificate Issued was
it to 5,803,000 families. The
hem'ch they were received of the covered by the Hols ton Conferenceare In Unless the name. said of certificate Unknown.shall be re- distribution gave was through 3,700 Red By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the ;'

they and declared the apostles all things and elders that, conference members of any eastern church.Tennessee This- will redeemed issue. according thereon on to the law 18th, tax day deed of Cross chapters and hundreds of Country Wo Bring You the Biggest Bargain of All Time . .

ban rone| with them." But.e covers November. A. O. 1031. other charitable agencies. During Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New Renewal
a section of Virginia and a Dated this 11th day of October the severe northwestern drought of or
of the Pharisees Insisted that section of West Virginia. A. D. 1933. Order for This Newspaper. "
-der! to be saved It was neces- A. J. THOMAS 1931 the Red Cross also gave wheatin
e e e Clerk. of Circuit Court the form of food for livestock to
fur Gentiles to keep the law of The churches have been operat-i Bradford County Florida.KiOTICH 184.188 families. ALL 4- ONLYe .
o ano the customs of the Jew- :e-lalztpl-lo MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUDI '
Church Ing in this section for more than The clothing-dresses,underwear r yr

one hundred years and only thirty- OF* FIV\t. niNCIl! ilK.H overalls jumpers, sweaters and .
general discussion by members Notice IB hereby given to all whomIt CHOOSE ...,
'lie church four per cent of the populationhold may concern that I have filed. my stockings for men women and children -
followed. Peter re- membership in any church final report. of accounts and made and even blankets and comforters 00 "
bow the Gentiles Cornelius Something is wrong. The churchesare application. for discharge to the -was distributed to 8,485,410 1 Magazine From Group "A" j
his Honorable E. K. J'urryman, County .
household, had accepted Influential. They influence the Judge, of Bradford County Florida, families. More than 54,000,000 readymade 2 Magazines From Group "B" i r.
'Unu received the Holy Spirit I sentiment of the people but the .and after November 17th. 1934. willproceed garments and 92,000,000 :yardsof J
salvation to make distribution of the And J Jy'
Paul and Barnabas
membership is small. the
of estate of Don Frlro. deceai(1AM cotton cloth were given to

..ks,their Romans travels and and other how Gentiles many I S e e Administratrix DELINK of: J!the FMIOO Estate needy. This clothing came from 844-- TS:: NEWSPAPER: : ((1 Full Year) J WHY PAYMORE

been What is wrong with the church 1? -874tll-17| | of Don Frlgo.Insurance 000 bales of cotton. ?
converted and accepted I am loyal to our organized The wheat distribution was concluded i. Y
,
and became members of churches. I am not boasting aboutIt ia June, 1933 and :final distribution

heg Certain established by these apoa- but I have put more into these of cotton clothing la occur Your Choice of Any One C d t AY Your Choice of Any Two '

: Pharisees objected toO churches than anybody my age In ring in the fall months.In This .
the JUtting these Gentiles coming the world. I think I know what Is handling these tasks voted to Magazine In Group Magazines In This Group t

Y Christian Church except wrong. We are away from the I it by Congress, the Red Cross will GROUP A *vrMcCalT. GROUP'

the ftret became Jews by observ- simple fundamentals of the old expend! frotft Ita own treasury $735- kf.gule.._1Yt. I IQ 1 MQ O Better Homes V d

Moslac Laws. After these Christian faith. We are loaded d 000. At the same time the organization Wonun's Home Compel Yr Gardens e. 1 yr F
Ions James the brother of hgBaus4 D Woman!WorldEHouwholJ 1 yt ,
down with ecclesiastical machinery carried on. Ita regular prwtram C Pictorial Bevlew_1 Yr.
tend chief elder of the church and we are so busy oiling the machinery of disaster relief of service to the -a c R Magazine e J yr
"fusalem ; D Screen Play ......., ..1 Yr. e e e J ytD
arose and reviewed
that we haven't any time veterans of all our wars; of educational
testimony. Hollywood Movie M r_l Yr. Good Stories<< J yr i
en pleased for conquest.Something must be and welfare work through the a Open Road (Bojr: -)__I Yr. r 0 Country! Home e. 2 yre l t
It the apostles and
rs done. We must get back to the old Junior Red Cross; of health education 0 s. 1,1'
'Wtaen; With the whole church to gospel and quit depending upon : and public health nursing and D Psthfuidw (Wkly.. ) -|Yr.. I AL ....,, Y c 0 3unxruelyFFarmirmv 2 )'1"4JJj {'

1 to men of their own com- machinery and depend upon Al- You Need of life saving and first aid. Funds y C ff' 'roe ? Southern/ Agricultural yr
Antloch with Paul and mighty God. It/ for this work come from the membership l(g ,, !.{l1Itf' Ana Tour Choke of Any One
baa namely Judas surnamed roll call the Red Cross chapters ... Moulin'
IlII., and Sllaa. chief men MOTK'R OF" APPl.lffllOV TO is a necessity_a conduct from Amlitlce Day to THREE IN ALL. r IN ALLS i
'.*c h' brethren r And they SELL Mil Olt'a LtM:' protective necessity, tzUard- when ir
one
Notice IB hereby given to all whomIt Thanksgiving Day every
L Iett : by them after this that W. H. Andrew ing against fire losses r
may concern' 01 you Is invited to join the Red Cross and
h ; ; }f.: A.: An THO f Flit $$9. .
ihI ttrea The apostles and elders drewB*, minor ae Kuardlan will on ZSth day of every day which amount to aid in this vital relief work. OenUemeniKama + ,
send greetings unto November, A. D. 1933 apply to the more than a half billion -
brethren which are of the Gen- Honorable E. K. Ferryman. County dollars a year. /r X tnctos, >: PeM! tend me. the throe nupfia.e't i
,
h Judge of Bradford County. Florida Seven hundred thousand women
Antloch
"ort;much and as we Syria have and heard Clll- at o'clock has office A. M, In or Court soon thereafter House, at for 10 You never know when fire* volunteers under the Red Cross ban There; ire no strings attached to jliIg checked with s yitr's suUcdptlen t.. year newtpsftr. '

ertaln which went out from authority to sell at private sale the occurs on your premises, but ner sewed for the needy last year offer I Every magazine sob piton
estate of said
fir. t entire Interest and adequate stock fire Insurance and thousand still making .
many are ---
L troubled you with worda.be" minor In and to the following lands, wCl be filled exactly as re esentmt --
Florida' I assures of sound cotton for their Red "
L your aoul eying Ye !In Bradford County to-wltj i you pro garment
The East Eleven Acres of BE/4 J I section. If of RbscrlitlOna are
.tTJ'rcumci' d. and keep the NWy4 of dee. It, Twp. S 8, 1C. 22: Cross chapter any your nItnet or R.P.D u.

r L we gave no such comet East Which, application will be basedon HAROLD C. WALL newals! the time wUJ be properly extended "- ,

be i5g : it seemed good unto the petition now on file In said INSURANCE Caribou often travel 100 mllea \ Twn' and ,tat-.
kt a* niblecl with one ac- Court dated Andr.ws.Ouurdlan.. 5tt
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PACK EIGHT JRIADFOBD COUNTY TSi. anArii. STAKKR FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVBMnrn: <
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Bradford County 1877 TelegraphEstablished have Bradford been wondering County growers how they who I I Maybe' You've ICt1INC'fM: fUJ>. Jf1 '


.. _u_ ____ .- might get their strawberries pick I Heard It But
ed next season if they are forced ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class In with
to hire workers competition \\' i
?!otter at: the Post Office at Starke, Florida the easier hours and higher wages 'Il "

.- -- -- --. offered by the relief council may NIGIIT GAMEIt ,. '1J "

E. L. Matthews_ ________ ___________Editor and Owner, rest at ease following the positive was soul-satisfying to see the \ : tc' 1: 1

L.. __ _. ___ .. -- -- declaration by Governor Sholtz number of local football fans who .1
that the emergency relief administration made the trip to St Augustine last vl/'IJ{ <.rfd i
SUBSCRIPTION RATE of this state will cut off Friday night to watch B. H. S. ;
funds !in areas where there Is sufficient I Tornadoes the Mullets (Ket- / ; ; .l" I
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance play -
Advertising Rates Application work to be done. terllnus High School, to you). /1:" 'It" I
: on Perhaps, If this ruling Is carried went because they
___ .. __ __ _u___ ___,........... __ _____ Whether they
out, it will not mean that funds will wanted to support the team or be- /ear t I
Welcome the Tornadoes back to the local gridiron Friday.A be cut off entirely, but will be decreased cause they were curious to see a \ ice AT more 1

in proportion as new opportunities night game la Immaterialtheywere transparent: tkax I

o of seasonal employmentare there, and that is the most pure wafer- f i
farm without a garden is like an automobile withoutan offered. I' Important thing1.Personally W, I Ih
.
engine. The Tallahassee Democrat, In //h
; commenting on this statement by ; we think night foot- !
o Governor Sholtz, has the followingto ball Is as out of place as celebratIng s

It begins to look as if'' G.O.P. stands for Gone Out Permanently say: Christmas on the Fourth of
July, but as a novelty It was interesting -
I It It Is high time that shiftless
,
, \. individuals, content to drift
t '. 0 along on relief with jobs available J fI

To smile while losing takes something a lot of peoplehaven't are forced to learn that St. Augustine sports writers llafseosu ancient
the government does not owe were very kind to thetTornadoesln queen
got. them a living. their accounts of the game, as they .Efypt;wanted tobea male "
quite rightly should have been, but y.r
-o-
We have sympathy for l"to suck extent '
every 1 an
those fellows, in a frenzy of local
What has happened U>, the old game of "keeping up with those who cannot find work enthusiasm, so often forget to be that she wore a false oeant, r f : __

, the Joneses 7"w and shown we every believe consideration they should but be fair-minded. Not so with the St. maintained aMcrem anaLways '/ f

, Augustine papers, however, which
0 we have nothing but contemptfor in posed I
11ttl11lj
headlined "Carter Stars, and continued 1 t
Your discarded clothing might make a Sunday outfit for work any for man wages who when refuses he and to : "Well, the fans who as a Pharaoh., r I

someone less fortunate. his family need food. stayed away from the football I
game Friday night expecting to '
o In some Instances injusticemay :hear that the Mullets had an easy i

The Mexican army has 398 generals-in other words, 796 be done to wives and chil- time on their hands, missed one of :
dren of such Individuals, buta 'the best gamed ever played on the
shoes for somebody to black. husband or father of that Lewis Park gridiron. :: -

; 0 type is not likely to be of much _

The next bright spot in business for Bradford County is usefulness. And more bouquets In the follow-
I If the state had the facilitiesit ing paragraph: "Bradford High
the beginning of work on the Road 13 project.
might be a good thing to School' from Starke put one of the
JYn9
o sentence those who refuse jobsto finest teams on the field againstthe

The depression will be over when you can once more geta the hard roads for non-sup- Ancient City eleven, and it was
port and put their families on handled by Carter, a 130poundrunrterback
new car paid for before the darn thing wears out.
relief. who exhibited some of

o -o- the flashiest playing by a school

Bradford County farmers will forget the problems of the I''LOIUD1'S: TilE BILL player the writer has ever seen"

world in the next few weeks and begin hog killing. -
Several months ago a convict, Several more orchids were cast inseats jomaJo plants auttntes as
If O James H. Travis, was pardoned.Out In the general direction of Carter, oF: treSOtiila"nl ,
: -to
It is now open season for the fellows who tell you about in the world once more and whose first name Is Shlllvan (In \ r .sensitive in/ctrioits curried:
', forced to make a living, he hit case you're out of touch with high fiewisphere.oo (tsm canaries, are to 6e
getting up every morning and taking a cold bath.
the Idea of a' aboard L iiqlistt submarines
5 upon writing series school personalities) and who recently -
o of articles exposing the "horrors"of I moved to the State Farm as gas detectorsin .

a The first paved roads in Florida were only nine feet wide. a Florida prison camp. I from DeLand. Too bad for B. H. S. -11 .
.
What fun the road hogs'must have had back in those days lie found no trouble In market- that he is a senior. It Is feared

__ Ing these articles to a'New York that his departure next year will
0 newspaper whose slogan, not like take a little .wind out of the Tor- chantment of wavln' palms, mock- at last, and I steadied the hou

One exchange says that a he-gossip is worse than a she- the Times' "All the News That's nadoes. Late ing birds, emerald waters, balmy with one hand and counted the be

: gossip. It all depends on .who can talk the faster, we think. Fit to Print" should rather be "All breezes and a hundred other ties, which were twenty-four. So
the News That's Fit to Stink WE WONDER charms will act as a magnet to counted them again and I had e.

o The series was prefaced by Ernest What will be the final out- f'Go Classify bring 'em back again.So enty-four. And as the house can
Umatilla Tribune says that some people have no idea Jerome Hopkins, former Wicker- come ofBolshevism- while the rest of you folks around again I counted them, an

: how far a dollar will go because they will not turn it loose sham investigator, and went on to 1.MusolinUsm, By Rl1SSI: KAY can kid the Governor about beln' on finally I had all the houses and be
the road much conslderin' the I
describe tortures of so ties counted, so proceeded i
such fantastic
a
Secretary, Florida Preu AuoiiatiorAnd
to see. nature as to make-the horrorsof ? ..- results he's gettin,' I'm content to wash the bottles, but I had diff

o the Spanish Inquisition sound Hitlerism? sit back and sing, "Travel on, little culty in getting the brush Into IS
columnists and
while the
I' dougle, travel on, travel on." bottles, so I just turned them I,
Times-Union says that 50,000 people in this country dis- like a college fraternity initiation. NRAlsra TGandhUsm paragraphers are havln a lot of .- washed and
side out and sip
appear annually, but, unfortunately, none of them are Travis had beeb placed in a sweat ? fun kiddln' Governor. Dave about And while .
Jim is
your box, he said, where syrup was What will be the final solutionof gallopln' hither and and some- Farley a nice them all."And
creditors. I yon boy and we like him and all that, then :I went Untold
poured over his feet to attract ants the liquor problem? body presented him with a medal up
o that ate on him all night. A com- What will be the outstanding soda I bearln' the bust of the Patron we wish he would drop in and see my other half what I had d

panion of his had been stripped, problem of 1050? Saint of Travelers, we'll have to]I this guy General Johnson and find 'And, oh boyl I I've got the wli
shots
The don't
big seem to care whether Starke has out
a about the NRA and the code of little nice In the world.A
his thumbs
strung in school
up by the What will be the high curricula admti that as a travelln' salesman,
new city hall or not. No encouraging word has been received sweat box and a rope tied from the in 1950? Dave has been doln' pretty well fair competition. He's still prlntin' Unknown.The .
and
from them yet. door knob to a "delicate portion of What will be the taxing systemby when It comes to gettln' the name sellin envelopes at give-away .
his prices la direct competition with quotation, "Absencethe
body. Every few minutes, 19507: on the order blank.
o Travis said, a guard would pass by, What will be the last monarchyto printers and publishers who are heart grow fonder is
There should be a lot of greased ribs around the county Jerk the door open, and Inquire how be abolished? Every time he goes to Washington expected to operate under the Thomas Haynes Bayly's "Isle'*'
he home with "
comes another
this week, what with all, the pork that is being distributed the convict was feeling. When will the League of Nationsgo big slab of bacon. We sure haveto "Blue cut-throat Eagle.envelopes Then he under ships these the Beauty"

I J through the relief council.. Prison Nathan Mayo demanded out of business? give the boy credit. Don't get "franking" privilege to help swell .
o proof of the alleged charges printed -Tallahassee Democrat. the idea it's easy to do, it isn't. the postal deficit. At present there are no utj
by the yellow journal. The edi- He's got plenty of competition. treasuries in the United State']
Travelers tell us that.it costs only $2.50 to bring a baby tor wrote back that he had been Ho hum. When is the boy com- You'll find delegations from every ---0-- the Federal Reserve Banks has

into the world in Samoa.' But then, of course, it's not the "assldiously endeavoring to locate ing with that egg-olive sandwichwe state in the Union standin' in linewaltln'
ordered about an hour ? taken over their functions.
Travis to find out from him the ago
for a hand out and most
initial cost-It's the ,
upkeep.A Facts that you desire, but, unfor- of 'em have been there a long time. I From Other Pens

o tunately, he seems to have droppedout NOTES ON LIFE Bot Dave seems to know all the

well-known artist has been jailed because he failed to of sight. Why do people thin and pallid I tricks when it comes to sllppln' in
his wife's Florida cannot sue for damages Eat the most potato salad? I and out of private offices and getLin' -
alimony. Whoever the
pay got idea that an artist THE SALES TAX IN 1935
since It would be Impossible to to the Important
could afford to alimony ? I Rocking a row boat Is awfully guys.
pay anyway prove the extent of harm done the inane, Dave walks in with a smile anda The Merchants Association in recent -
o state. Obtaining a retraction from session reaffirmed their tradi-
band shake and with
out
comes
But fun while it lasts. Let's do it
An $18-a-week clerk in Boston has been arrested on the newspaper would simply be a again. more than most guys could get tional stand against a general 3 PIECES
waste of time-the harm has been retail
sales tax.
with dark lantern and gross
a a jimmy.
charges of hoarding goldj'' We suggest that he be released done.
It will soon be essential for the
While the rest of the pack are
When Dietrich could wear
shapely
upon telling the rest of us how he did it. merchants to devote
The chances are that Travis will scan ties swarmln' all over Capitol Hill their study to

o remain out of sight, richer by a It's such a shame she sticks to yellln' "Where's Elmer," the guy best form of such tax. $2.49Yes

It is to be expected that a few people would predict nice fat check for his articles. The panties. they're looking for Is hid out some- The whys and the wherefores,
I 'newspaper has had its fun-per where havln' a private conference the pros and the cons, are rapidly
) failure for the (NRA. ,Br,ck in 1492 their ancestors were ,haps increased its circulation by Early to bed and-early to rise with the Governor of Florida who's becoming a thing of the past Mam! A Slipover

saying that Columbus would never reach America. several thousand readers. And Will remove those dark circles elling: him how much and whereto The sales tax can not be delayed Jacket and
Florida-the state that gave the from under the : send the check. longer than the 1933: session of the Sweater, a
eyea.
I 0I convict his freedom the bill Legislature. It Is coming with the Skirt that all match in
-
pays But what's the use of being comely About the biggest trick Dave has
I Secretary Ickes says,'"Our schools ought to be the last to for Its trouble. If you feel all stay-at-homely. pulled since he took office wasreakln' 1 same force and power as the repeal the newest Fall shades

feel the pinch of economy.-! School teachers are getting used --- > in on the American Legion of the Eighteenth Amendment.We a

to being pinched-they've been black and blue for TilE REPUBLICANS BEGINIt Culbertson's Culbertson, Sims Is Convention in Chicago and talkln' may not like the sales tax or for just about what
years we may like it, but the hand of
Val'
i '
ole Simsy, those babies Into staging their next I sweater would cost.
0 time has marked with definite and
t was announced this week that
But a trump on an ace is a bit too pow-wow in Florida. how-
That the NRA clear precision that it can not be ue? This is, and
r new organization.whose members wear silver shirts was likely to become the much whimsy. If you think bring in' two or
' leading issue In the delayed longer than 1935.: The battle
Congressional
probably won't attract as followers the black shirts three hundred thousand live wiresto
as
'A many has been since
waged 1927. The
1 election of 1934. The opening their dietetics the in and Try
Girls who know : state don't mean anything, Come
and brown shirts-silver shirts-wIll be harder to keep clean. thrust In that campaign was made Seldom use the most cosmetics.If you just never sat down with a day of its success can now be definitely -

: 0 by hungry Republicans charging pencil and paper and practiced! seen.-Jacksonville. Herald. One on. We havea

Safety Harbor Herald quotes the following couplet: President Roosevelt with breaking to"_the bath room you aspireDasoTnadly your arithmetic.The KICK----e-LIKE A
pledges given in the party platform MULE"I
out and holler "fire! i minimum they will spend on
"There never was a product made this truth must limited supply-
you confess and in his speeches last year. while
: I an average they are here Is had twelve bottles of homebrew
:' but what some bird could make it worse and sell his That, of course, is beside the The landlady's Irish, her husbandis about five bucks a day and that's In my cellar, and my wife-

,r :, stuff for less." point.> Disconsolate Republicans too, I mttln' It plenty low. A flock of made me empty the contents of 14 20 only
to
simply want something to pick on But that's no excuse for this 'em will come in their cars and buy, each bottle in the kitchen sink. So
" o and they think they have It In the mauve-colored stew. I gasoline from one end of the state i I proceeded to do as wife di- -
my
Lions in an African game preserve are said to be so tame NRA. Roosevelt's program Is a to: the other. They'll be here for rected."I .
means of putting individual enterprise Folks whose bank accounts are five' days at least and
conslderln
they come out for their dinner.Ve'll stay away, however, withdrew the cork from the
ambition, initiative, thrift
the fact that most of 'em In
strongest are the first bottle
;' until we find out whether the lions are choosy about what foresight in a and poured the contents
strait-jacket, they
Often wear: their socks the longest. habit of eatin regular it meana down the sink, with the exceptionof Twin Sweater
: ,"'
t; they eat or not. say.The somebody Is gonna sell a lot of one glass which I drank.
U NRA might be all that and Aunty, in her neW'' fall hat, victuals. Then they ought to be "I then withdrew the cork from
t ,1 still retain merit as an emergency Looks like someone hollered able to put away at least two bottles the second bottle and did
. Ever heard of a fish' harvest? Folks were invited to measure. There Is no doubt, how- "scat of beer a day, or say a coupleof with the exception of the likewise] SetsTwo

.. Homerville, Ga., last weekwith the promise of "tons of fish- ever, that It cannot be the means million bottles during the con- which I drank."I one glass

"' come and get your share-open to public-draining lakeget'em of pulling us out of whatever mess I'd like to be a''little bird vention. With the gas tax and bev- extracted the cork from the for the
in Sweaters
we are as long as it is used by
([Thla being human makes me erage tax alone we can count on a third sink, emptied the
with sticks-get 'enr'with' your hands-get 'em ,with nearsighted Republicans to fight squirm). sweet little revenue for the state, brew down the cork, except good for the old price of one.-A slipover

;,: : seins-get 'em as you can.:::; Sounds pretty good. Where is political battles. The gov'ment never thought to put and that shouldn't exactly make one glass which I drank."I and button down Plain

Homerville? --o- Processing taxes on a worm. anybody sore. pulled the cork from the
ANOTHER BIRTHDAY --s The American Legion Convention fourth sink poured the bottle down shades and Candes-
.. 0 A two-Inch bass placed in a : in Florida will bring this state the glass when I drank
44' Dudley Glass in his Atlanta Georgian column says the With our next issue the Telegraph stream will under favorable condition nation-wide publicity not only durIng "I pulled the bottle some.from the

tl" following personal notice appeared in a South Carolina I will Excuse enter upon its fifty-sixth reach ten inches In about the convention period, but cork of the next, and drank one $1.985ET
year. us a moment, please, two throughout the entire Legionnaires
sink
year. out
: years.A of It and
;!I weekly: "To people in various cars and trucks who passed while we bid ourselves happy returns from Maine to Califor- glass down the cork.then threw' one -

me on the Columbia road last Wednesday and who might of the day and express a Paris telephone exchange has nia will be urged to visit the state. "I pulled the sink out of the next
wish for many more of them. an automatic machine which gives They'll be thinkln' and talkln' FlorIda cork
-
circulate the report that I was beating my wife I want tot and poured the bottle down
out the exact time In clear, human from now' on. my neck.
t explain. The reason she was yelling and I was pounding on The chestnut blight Is the most tone Thousands of 'em will be makin' "I pulled the next TheJ&RSforeNext

'a} her back was a hornet was down her back and she will virulent and destructive disease of their first trip to our satte. They throat and poured the cork sink from my

,;!, :verify this." forest trees that has ever been re- Sweet potatoes should be handled will get sand In their shoes and the bottle and drank the cork.down ottlcehrrmtTlsM

corded. carefully during harvest :want to return. The lure and en- "Well I had all of them emptied Door to Foot






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