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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 10, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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---- STARKE FLOIUDA. FlnDA" NOVEMBER 10. ,

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Farmers UrgedTo Machinery UnloadedFor Red Cross Drive PROCLAMATION 7 True BillsA ornrer Bradford Man Scoby's Trial

Work. On Road 13 Killed In ShootingIn .


Form GrouD Near -Sante Fe End To Begin Here; war Whereas, Starke, gave-during unstinted the great patriotism r ire ReturnedBy Baker- County Set Next Week '

The Curry & Turner Construction Tommy Starling, Jr., thirty-two-
and sent its sons to
For Company, who were last week Workers NamedChairman battlefields from which some Grand native shot of Bradford Coun- On Four Counts

Borrowing awarded a contract for grading the never returned and was by fatally Fred Bryant early, 18,Monday who is '

three miles required for the Road Whereas, fifteen years ago on In jail at Macclenny. The

13 cut-off, this week began unload- A. J. Thomas Hopes To November 11, the bloodshed of occurred In that city,
Bradford, Union And Dismissed" Late Grand Returns
for Wednewday Jury Lengthy
fitting!
Reach Quota Of 350 Within ceased and there
war was
Baker To Be Held Here Ing machinery at Hampton, according Week peace noon After Lengthy Starling was an employee of Indictment Of Alleged
once more on this battle-scarred
Saturday to reports received here. Session Southern States Nursery Com- Sltamore Aid
earth
.
A grader Has been placed at the
All Indications point toward
A meeting will be held at the far end of the cut-off route near Bradford County's going over the Now, therefore do I, as mayor The Bradford County grand Starling moved to Baker Coun- Trial of Mandel Scoby, Tampa

court bouse here Saturday morning: Santa Fe River, but no announce- top in Its Red Cross Roll Call to of the City of Starke, pro- for the fall term of Circuit about thirteen years ago. He bondsman, charged with aiding the
claim It the .
reverent of
at 10 o'clock for the purpose 'of ment has been made as to when begin here Saturday, November 11. _duty here completed Its duties late the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. escape of Harry Sitamore, Miami
forming a local organization to ob- actual work will begin. Our quota has been set at 250. each citizen of to memorialize theadvent nesday afternoon and was & of Macclenny. jewel thief, from the State Prison

tain loans from the Production Chairman A. J. Thomas this the sacrifice peace of in those recognitionof who of- charged. H. D. May of Besides his parents he Is sur Farm on June 2, will begin in Circuit

Credit Corporation of Columbia, week appointed district chairmenIn served as chairman.of the by his widow, Mrs Mattie Court here next Wednesday w
fered their lives that .
S. C 4-H Girl SpeaksOn each of the county's eight pre live; and furtherI wepm.lgbt tonal body: ., and three children, St. morning at 10 o'clock. p''

Kenneth Murphy, representativeof cincts. These chairmen are asked, The following true bills were Lamar and Johnnie Marcus Scoby was Indicted Wednesday
the corporation, was In Starke to appoint committees to assist do urge all cltiaens to remain turned: ; also by three brothers on four counts by a Bradford

Tuesday making preliminary plans State them In the roll call work and will quiet for i one minute at State of Florida versus three sisters, all of Macclenny. County grand jury. Motion by his

for the meeting, and has sent out Program call at Mr. Thomas' office in the whatever place they may be Scoby, aiding prisoners to Funeral services were held Tues counsel to quash the Indictment #

t request that ,growers of Bradford court bouse to receive necessary when the city siren ceases blowing State of Florida versus Britt afternoon at the grave in was denied Thursday morning by

Union and Baker Counties be supplies. at 11:00: o'clock Saturday dison, entering without breaking.State cemetery, Macclenny. Judge A. Z. Adklns.

present Saturday morning. Miss Marguerite Prevatt Discusses The following district chairmen morning, November 11, 1933 of Florida versus J. e--- Scoby is charged with driving i
exactly fifteen from the
Loans will be made for crop pro- The Benefits Of Club were appointed: moment the years ceased their Dickinson, abandonment and the automobile which picked up :!

duction purposes, Mr. Murphy said Work Mrs. W. E. Torode, Lawtey. and guns and goodwill support Cuts Sltamore and two trusties, William
slaughter
Mrs. L. G. Powell North Starke. peace State of Florida versus
centon ,
of
at an interest rate OH Per Drlggers and William Stanley.
Miss Mrs. L. D. Vining, South Starke. once more prevailed Williams, Jr., breaking and
security of crops now growingor Margurlte Prevail Bradford the earth. about a mile from the prison
and on other chattels 4-H whose Mrs. W. B. Alexander, Hampton.Mrs. throughout Ing.State and with
to be grown County girl sewingwon City Salaries grounds, taking them to
Signed this ninth, of Norembert'1933. of Florida
Mortgages H. D. May, Theressa. day versus
or personal property. Jacksonville, where they were fur-
I second place in the state contest N
Hutchins and
Mrs. C. B. Roberts GrtJiam. breaking entering.State
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on land will not be required last made a threeminutetalk fished clothes and succeeded In
")Ir. stressed. year Mrs L. A. Brown, Brooker. W. E. MIDDLEipN: : of Florida versus -
security Murphy escaping to other states.Drlggers .
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made to landlords or Saturday on a special hour Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, New River.In Mayor, City of Starke, Fla. Griffis, breaking and entering. ..... Club Commute Urges ,
Loans wlil.be
heft
and a over radio stations and drove the
program Stanley
tl) case the quota of 250 is not State of Florida versus Promotion .Of City Hall
tenants. WRUF and WJAX. Miss reached on Saturday, the Roll Call TopUn, breaking and entering.No Project truck under the hood of which Sit ''l
To form an organization for borrowing Prevatt substituted for Miss Oena will be continued for one week, Chapman Lauds CCC Bills amore, secreted himself to get outside
purposes a membership of Green of Brooker, who was origin No bills of the prison grounds. The
Mr. Thomas said. were returned in Reduction in the
tell or more individuals is required.If ally scheduled but who was pre- In Letter To Official salary of mar- trusties were recaptured at Lyons.
A list of names of Red Cross following cases: from $100 month to
It is decided Saturday to. Incorporate vented by illness from speaking. per $75 Qa., on June 16. Prison authorities
Edward Milam )
members will be published In the assault with month, and the salary of night s
a board of directors will Miss Prevatt described the tent to said they implicated Scoby. .I..
Telegraph next week. L. F Chapman, rlup.rlntendentlof commit murder from $75 to $60 per month 1
| be chosen from the growers pres growth of Bradford County 4-H Mr. Thomas is asking that mem- the Florida Prison Farm in a Clifford Crook. assault with ordered by the City Council at Sltamore was recaptured at New \ .

ent.No Club under the direction of Miss bers wear their buttons throughout letter recently to Major David W. tent to commit murder. Tuesday night meeting. Orleans last week and has been returned .
loans will be made for less Pearl Jordan, home demonstration the week of the Roll Call. Craig commander of the Civilian Roy Starling, assault with The city scavenger force will bo to Raiford to finish a sen'f i; .
than $50, Mr. Murphy said, and agent, up until the present time tent to commit murder. tence of
Conservation Camp at Ocala, lauded to one man at a salary of forty years received on hla 11 I
none greater than twenty per cent< when its membership has reached I the work being done for the unemployed Nat Perry, atlas Nat Hicks, : per month. 1 conviction in the $230,000: robberyof

of the security offered, except withconsent a total of 386 girls. Cities Are UrgedTo I youth of the country and Baby Baker, alias Baby Hicks, Members of the council and City notable Miami Beach residents.

of the Columbia office "It Is optional with us girls ,as 'expressed the belief that the CCC tault to murder. Floyd Green also agreed It has not been decided by the ,,

Mr. Murphy stressed the fact to what pieces of work we carryon camps have acted as a curb of pet Ed Rigdon, arson. reduce their from $3 defense whether Sltamore will be

that this is a government financed ," Miss Prevatt continued, "but Ask For Funds ty crime. ,,George Reddish, resisting to $2. pay per called,a* witness at the trial or ,
proposition, and urged growers to we must carry at least one productive "In 1932," Chapman wrote, "20 Continued Case not. '
attend the meeting and see for project. I have carried four per cent of the men received at The following cases which A committee composed of three ,,
I themselves that there are no years of work In garden, sewing, Treadway Says Requests For this Institution were under twentyone continued from the spring! term of the Business Men's Scoby who has been at liberty 1
attached to a local Funds Should Be court will be tried of Starke appeared before under $19,000 bond since a preliminary '
I strings forming home improvement, and health. ; FiledAt and seventy-five per cent un Monday:
I corporation.If Each of these projects have bene-I Early DateC. der thirty years of age. Since the O.' R. Prevatt, shooting council In the Interest of se hearing held here several

the plan meets with approval fitted me greatly. My garden work I opening of the CCC camps the house. concessions in the way of months ago, stood nonchalently ,

f a sufficient number of growersa the required productive project C. B. Treadway, chairman of the number of new prisoners have Chalker-A. Pringle, assault, and water for proposed Thursday morning while State's,

:Bradford Baker and Union, Mr benefitted me financially becausemy State Advisory Council of the Public I dropped, to an. almost negil ible Intent to commit murder (two canning factory here. The Attorney A S. Crews read the ,
Murphy expects to have the cor net profit for the four years has Works Administration, has figure. arate indictments)* composed of F. F lengthy indictment, one count of

ration ready to operate within been used to pay for my high urged cities and counties hoping to I Superlntnedent Chapman attrib Frank Johnson, aggravated. C. H. Nasworthy and A. J. which charges him with aiding the +

(the next two weeks. school education. By taking sewing secure allotments from the public uted this to the fact that young sault. told the council that if the escape of all three prisoners collectively ,

.-, I have learned to Improve the works fund to submit their applications men are not drifting about the Etta Williams, assault with could be secured for Starke and the other three
lines and designs and the choice of I to the State Advisory Council country, "standing, on street cor tent to commit murder., would require about 300 acres count/ of which charge him with, ,

I. H. S. Observes colors to suit the Individual. Since with the least possible delay. ners In the cities, hitch-hiking on One civil case was tried : tomatoes per season. The coun- aiding the escape of each Individ- I

I have improved so much in sewing I Chairman Treadway pointed out the highways and drifting from day, R. F. Dyal vs. G. S. & F, referred the matter to a com ual prisoner

I had the pleasure and honorof that communities would be eligiblefor town to town on the railroads, hav Co. A verdict of, $40 was I .

representing Bradford County I In a Federal grant of 30 per cent ing no income and hungry most o plaintiff The committee also proponed Hit-and-Run
Education Week the State Dress Revue at the Short of cost of labor and materials, the time. They have been breakIng e the city buy the oU. Oasklns : Car

Course held In Tallahassee, whereI which amount is an outright gift. into grocery stores, robbingfilling fBoard on which to erect a city hall
won second place in the State of by the government. stations and holding up me Promises8Month 1'J armory if It was found that

Interesting' Program Given E\ery Florida on my sewing exhibit. Applications for small loans are on'the roads. Of course many of funds could be secured for Kills Worker

Day Thin Week Except "In home Improvement, my bed especially solicited and such appli- them are arrested and sent to our purpose._ This matter was also ,
( Saturday room was the first thing improved. cations usually can be approved Institution. : T under advisement.A. -

It cost only $3.39 for the paint quickly as they do not involve the "The results of the CCC camps S. Crews appeared before the R. L. Nettles! lead Of Family n

Bradford County High School with which I painted the furniture. more lengthy procedure called for have convinced me that It is one of State FUnds Cut Short. advising that he bad deed Of Twelve Fatally Injured
Is observing American Education I Green was chosen for the predomi by loans to be carried over a long the outstanding beneficial movements I School Money Will Be Liddon property which has been TuesdayThe
Week November 6-12 with appro nating color, and with the other period of years. It Is a mistaken of this administration. There Borrowed litigation about paving assess -

priate exercises each afternoon ex additions, it has worked into a Idea that the Public Works Admin Is no question in my mind that so due. Presenting same and body of R. L. Nettles 411. t

cept Saturday and Sunday at 2:30: very cheerful and restful room. istration does not care to bother long as the camps are maintained Plans for'' running presented bill for work done Bradford County emergency relief \. "a !
with
o'clock. Education Week is sponsored "The study of foods and nutrition said. small projects, Treadway very few of these young County high schools the full & same, covering cost and all ex I worker, was discovered early Wed ".!

by the American Education and health Improve my pos men"will get into trouble with the month term were proposed at ., of 315.21. Motion was made nesday morning a short distance \ ,

Association and the American Le ture. I have learned the essentialsof LEGAL BANK+-HOLIDAY-- law. 'j., monthly meeting of the Board he be paid $150 on same and north of town on Road 13. Deathi.. i1

gion.The a balanced diet and its Impor The Bank of Superintendent; Chapman's letterto Public Instruction held here pay balance at some later la I believed to have come instantly ,, j1 i
following programs were I tance. ,This Is one of the resultsof closed all day Armistice Starke will be Major Craig was forwarded to day. The board is going to Motion was seconded and when the man was struck by a .
presented this week: the work of my garden for I 11, it has been Day, November Washington and made public by ate the. schools regardless 'of hit-and-run driver, The body was 'l'r!
Monday-The Increased Responsibilities have learned the value and usesof announced Robert Fencher, director of emer fact that Motion badly
by R. J. Davis, cashier the state's made that H. E. Lager- mangled and was tossed Io
of the Schools; Health I vegetables.' gency conservation work. about '
to the county this month was be paid $10 on work survey- twenty-five feet from the
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and Temperance Day. These are only a few of the high $564: .14. Sunerlntenriffnt. A.. .T.. canal project. Motion was sec highway by what must have been .
Tuesday-Financial Support of I points' of my club work and I am I fls said. -- ---- -- -" .-.- -and--- _--u._lArf..--. a heavy truck or automobile driven ;'' .

the Schools; Safety, First Aid, Joy only one of the many girls of my Fort Harley And Old Orange Tree The board passed a mid-month meeting was at a high rate of speedSheriff "

I and Peace; Citizenship Day. county that baa reaped such Indescribable I authorizing the superintendent to Friday night at 7:30: W. J. Epperson!: who investigated -, ) s
Wednesday-What Citizens May benefits fro m4-H Club chairman to borrow enough November 17. the accident, said there f

Commerce Do to Protect the' School; Thrift, work." _", Are Recalled By Two Bradfordites 'I to pay the bills for bus By permission of the council the were no witnesses but It must Nave
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Life Work
; Day. and teacher. In order to hall will be closed for one occurred around 6:00 o'clock since
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i Thursday, 11 A M.-Elementary MUST LEVY INTANGIBLES school. ; beginning November 20 Inquiry at the man's home near I'
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School Program Sixth Grade.. OR GET NO PAY FEES Matters of transportation 25th, except the following Lawtey revealed the fact that he 1

2:10: P. Post-Graduate Show, A paragraph in last week's Telegraph Another account of the tree was discussed and It was decided to .: from 3:00: p.m. to 6:00 p.m. left there at 8:00: o'clock to walk

admission five cents. Unless the intangible taxes are requesting information concerning received Monday afternoon in a all routes remain as they were. day. here where be was to be employed

Friday-Home and School Co- levied and collected and unless the a mammoth orange tree letter from a Hampton correspondent F, Landrum of Patten and Wednesday and Thursday In relief l
operation; Music, Drama. Debat- state and county licenses are col- which once grew at Fort Harley who requests that her name I RESIDENT OF HUGH rum appeared before the work.
ing:; Highest Education. Mrs. Ad- bas already brought two be not INJURED IN
descriptions :
published. This advising that F
Interesting something
Nettles !Ie
kins and lected, county assessors and collectors survived by a wife and
Mrs. Wall. The Schools
of the tree and its location. letter reads: be done in regard to account
will not receive the $250,000per eleven children.
James David '
Reconstruction
; Athletics, Track Jr., of Hugh, .
the officers of the Avery Powell, in his Times- "I have just read an article, published Furlka Fire Hone Manufac
year paid In-law .
and Field Day; American Legion, in of T. A. Brinson, also Funeral services for the hit-and-
Union the Bradford County Tele' Company. They were asked
sixty-seven counties by the state short talks department, '
Armistice; World Brotherhood; Hugh, was injured at 10 run victim were held Wednesday
World Peace.SaturdayTile. for collecting state taxes and mentioned the tree several weeks graph Powell which was written by Avery Saturday night, when a truck advise at next meeting just afternoon. Interment took place In ; x
Schools and Loyalty licenses, Comptroller J. M. Lee ago and wondered where Fort Har- relating to Fort Harley, which he was returning home they would settle for and Crosby cemetery

to the Nation. told the tax collectors In sessionin ley was, saying that he had searched which Florida, and a large orange tree I Jacksonville struck a cow. La same could be paid. Arrangements were In charge of

Sunday-Safeguarding Character Jacksonville last Friday. i a Florida post office guide and once grew there. report. received here from Following bills were ordered the DeWitt C. Jones Company. 4
Essentials. The Comptroller did not say so had failed to find such a place des "As to the location of Fort Harley Jacksonville ;
hospital to which '
Papers -but the outlook Is "no work, no ignated. it is between the Santa Fe was carried, stated E. Lagergren, part pay repairing fire hose_____ 4.00 r
etc. that '
he
pictures, on I
exhibit in maps the rooms. pay." First light was thrown on the River and a small lake,, which lies showing a slight Improvement.The on canal surveying.:.$ 10.00 W W. Bal den, feeding and ty ,

The state pays county officers suject when C. D. Thomas of Graham about one- and one-fourth miles accident occurred just B. Crews, part payment caring for prisoners._-- 6.BO
west of Hampton, known in recent Llddon case.__ _._ ISO: .00 Clerk
Circuit Court
OFFICIALS SHOULD PAY out of the general fund and the called at the Telegraph office of Baldwin on Road 13. rent
years as 'Hampton Lake.' L. Alvarez, salary for Jail for October_____
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A. J. Thomas clerk of the cir- state bas no ad valorem tax levy early Monday morning and said Mr. Davis Is believed to be 5.00
I "Nothing now remains of the old marshal _...__
100.00 J. M. Mitchell
that the fabulous tree light bulbs
fund matter how at
cuit Is In of letter for general so no was one fering from a fracture of the .
court a
from receipt much state and county real estate 'time a reality and was planted by fort buildings. Great, moss-laden E. Thornton salary for for city nail.____,__,___ .40 .1
Governor that
Sholtz
saying his oaks, a few pines and small under marshal, October_ 7600 H. A. Bishop, telephone for
tate and officials tax the collectors get, they do not great-great uncle. Samuel QUEER SWEET POTATOA
are un-
der county to their put any money into the "pay off ,Thomas. The mystery of the loca- growth are all the sight to'be seen five-In-one.sweet potato Johns, salary for Octo- city ball .___?_.?_,.:____ a6O ,
taxes especial both obligation of pay pot" unless they collect Intangibletaxes tion of Fort Harley was also dissolved there now. A few ;years.ago, one the 'odd specimen from the city clerk-._____ 60.00 C. A. Knight, making 1933 '
matter exampleand
"because as a and licenses. when Mr. Thomas said It could still see some. sign-of a few I table kingdom brought into L. Wall, councilman____ 3.00 tax roll _____________ 125.OO
It Is Inconceivable for
officials was located in this county between graves of people who died and ,Telegraph office last Friday by M. Edwards, council J. W, Andrews, Jr., repairing 1

I from the to state continue and county drawing without pay GREEN SPEAKS SATURDAY Santa Fe River and HamptonLake. were burled there. W, Dyal of Graham. We do ?-,_,__?_.,_____ ___ 3.00 truck ____________ 2.15
'The large orange tree was once know whether M. Barefoot council Hardware Co., pick handle,40
to refer
to It In
contributing their share to the ex- Congressman R. A. Green willaddress there as recorded by Doctor Breeze +
-------------- 3.00 Quigley Jc nail and
pense I There Is singular or plural, but r Davis
of governmjDt.e from two to four audienceson nothing left at the loca- but it was,, taken up and.,the root L. Beasley, councilman.. 8.00 lumber
--e Armistice Day, he announcedthis tion,now tut an old milldam post, and trunk ,whatever it is weighs two and repairing bridge._ 1.25
or most of the trunk Kendrick
PARKS HAS NEW OFFICE week. He will be the speakerof Mr. Thomas said The old fort carried to the Chicago half pounds and would make :.(. councilman. 3.00 Bradford Hardware Co.. r
Centennial Edwards
balance eal- files, batteries and __
meal for the 1.84
Dr. which was used average family, rope
by early plantation
Parks, who had his office the day on a program sponsoredby Exposition In 892. The! as
orange city engineer___ 12.50 Gulf
Cox
Refining and
I settlers for gas
and
home fire recent the Columbia County Post of protection during the
destroyed by tree
probably produced nine thou ,RED CROSS: BUSY Frank Hoover, dona oils for
I Jy, has opened up a new'office'Jn 'American Legion at Lake City in Indian wars, was not kept up, and sand in October.83.71,
oranges one year because Red Cross workers here to relief work for

I I nova the WOOdbridge building over Ca- the morning and will meet with the disappeared years ago. it WM a very large tree. been busily engaged during ________________? 5.00 Ih HJ C.,,t Wall' Brownlee., premium. R., J.bonds DaVU -, Tai
,
Hamilton
Pharmacy across the hall World War veterans of The tree was killed; In freezing "I have often been to Fort Harley past few weeks in C. Wall- K
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I from Dr. In the late afternoon I _--__ 10.00H.
O. at weather of
Parks L. Haynes' office. Dr. County Jasper January 1886, Mr. and my grandmother, told me clothing to school children. bond Cart ** L. Brownlee bond trustee '
has had new office equip and,night He is trying to Thomas said 'and was over fifty what I have written concerning the ers In all schools _____ _,____ +
throughout ___
bent Installed In his office and inMt arrange his schedule to accept one years old. The season before It tree. She ? 80 00 -______________.__. 2.00 1
orange saw the .
people county were requested to Ins. on truck, R. J. Davis, bond trustee_ 2.00
this new friends to call on him at or two other speaking invitations was killed It bore ISO Mot carrying the tree trunk to the railway lists of pupils who were In need L. & P. D.___,______ 29.00 P. A. Montleth bond trustee ;1

location. for the day. oranges, he said. station to ship It to Chicago." i winter clothln:,. C. Buford, testing and _____-__________ ZOO '

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transacting business here this their brother and slf>terinlaw.Mr. ,
I and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.
n/iOOKER HAMPTON week.:Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Colley and KOOTSEY'S BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Seacress spent Sat- I Ileilbronn Springs NEW RIVER

I, ,' ( Miss Vera << t ttti attended the movies at Starke last covery.
Saturday evening. Bob Crawford was visiting In

i ; HallouuVn Entertainment: School Newn! Master Carl Edwards, who has This community Is more than Woodlawn Sunday. Lacy Parmenter of Jacksonville : .. and Mrs. Robert fells ?,f

Last Tuesday night, October 31, On Hallowe'en night the Hampton been quite 111 for several days, has glad of the fine showers of rain we Is spending a few days here with Birmingham, Ala., were V'1'Ig'hts '!
friends here who are delighted for the his mother, Mrs. K. Anderson
many past
., the Hampton basketball' teams Junior High boys and girls have been receiving brother and sister-in-law
the to know that his health Is im several days. Because of the ex- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and Mr
here to play against to Brooker for their second .
came over journeyed "
4. and Mrs.: D. W.
'fit Brooker teams. After three hard basketball game. proving. treme dry 'weather the farmers Gum Branch Miss Rosa Moore spent Monday In Kelly, here this
week-end.
had the opportunityof Starke.
were: here had not
l. fought games the score of Brook. At the close of the games the getting out their strawberrycrops Elizabeth Uornage Cor. Mrs. Cora Jones and children Elliston Kelly of Raiford ,
School girls, 7In favor rap!!
It school boys, 16-3 In favor of scores showed that Brooker had HIGHLAND until now. Sales being very spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. F. ToirJin-
i er:
won both The boys' score
oft games. slow well as cheap, everyone Mattie Parmenter.Mr son and family Saturday
favor aa
9In I an"
Brooker: town boys, I last r-
16. The Louise spent
was, Hampton 3, Brooker :Miss Sapp
of their and Mrs. N. D. Burney of
I M. E. Crews, Cor. tried to save as many
Brooker. with Miss Winnie
5. week In Starke
girls' score was Hampton noon.Mrs.
Following the games everyone plants aa possible by setting them Howard. Starke spent Sunday with her par- C. C. Wynn and chil.lr.-n
Brooker 7. Lou
v' .yT1; 4 t,r was Invited to the front of the I f all oat themselves making a far ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Parmenter. were visitors in Lake Butler Sat-
I This was the first time our returned to of this here :Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and .
better crop
r1.i school building where fish sandwiches :Mrs. Myrtle Howard acreage urday.Mr. .
1r'' and candy were sold for the boys and girls had played at night her home at Glenn St. Mary's Sun- than ever. Though they are set I I daughters, Helen and Dorothy, Miss Hilda Forsyth left last and Mrs. J. L.

benefit of the P.T. A. I and we think they made a good day after spending a week here late it Is entirely up to old Man were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wednesday for Jacksonville after transacting business Johns In vn-r.
: showing.Dr. with her aunt, Mrs. Gladys Wilker- Season as to whether we. can harvest M. JIcRae Sunday. spending two weeks here with her Starke
yh. 1r p Shoot Honor Roll For October Morgan of the State Boardof son. a large crop of big, nice ripe J. D. Carter was visiting Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. D. B. For- Wednesday afternoon.

., ..F + Honor roll for Brooker Junior I Health gave the typhoid Inocu- Mis. M. L. Crews and children berries next spring. Any way we Mrs J. A. Harnage Saturday. syth.A. Mrs G. W. Gatlin returned to
lation to feventy-elght pupils last State them to scare the :Miss Winnie Lou Howard Is large crowd attended her home at Raiford Sunday niter
'' High School for October is as follows i and Mrs. Mabel Crews of the are depending on very
t Friday. Farm visited relatives here Satur- big, bad wolf away from our little spending this week with Misses prayer meeting at the home of L. spending several days here with
: I .
;,: First Grade, Mrs. Leola Roberts, Honor Roll For October community. Louise and Agnes Sapp. R. Starling last Friday night. her son, D. L. Gatlln. and family

1 Teacher-. W. Colson, Donald First Grade (B-Emory) Brown, day.J. T. Marr Clarence Cannon, Mr and Mrs. Bertie Prlvltt, Mr. A large crowd from here attended There will be prayer meeting at We are glad to report that Miss

Crews, Gerald Lltchfield, Dorothy Raymond Hall. Clarence Parker and Willard Can- and Mrs. I. B. Thompson and Mrs.J. church services at Sapp Station the home of L. R. Starling next Lone Kelly, who is a patient at the

Crosby, Mary Aileen Kelly, Mary First Grade (A-Francis) John :. non were visitors to Baldwin Sun- L.., Gaaklns enjoyed a water- Sunday.W. Friday night. Everybody welcometo Gill Hospital, is improving very
McCiMiley, Margaret Foxworth son.Third day. melon cutting at the of Mr. and H. Carter of this section and attend.A. rapidly.

tl Alamae Green, Betty Joe Webb Grade-H. C. Green, Jr.,, Mrs Emma Todd and Misses Mrs.. Thompson Sunday afternoon, Lewis Manning of Lawtey left J. Yarbrough of Gum Branch Rev. Willie Minshew of Lake

.i Gordon Parker. Walden Wadsworth, Shirley Colley, Gussie and Samantha Todd, Jack the melons being grown by Mr. Monday morning for Ovelda where section was la our section Thurs Butler was the guest of Rev and

Second Grade, Mrs. Edna Pre- Hazel Rhame. Faircloth and Wilson Todd, all of Prlvltt. Seems unusual for a mel- they will spend some time with day night. Mrs. C. C. Butler and family last
vatt. Teacher- -Willma Stokes, H. Fourth Grade-Leon Moorer, Gainesville were visiting relatives on cutting this time of year, but friends and relatives.Mr. Miss Pauline Green spent Satur- week.

3 J. Waters, Phyllis Hazen, Vergle Leslie Pringle, Margaret Greene. here Sunday. four of these ripe specmenta! were and Mrs. Leon Conner and day in Starke with friends. _

Stokes, William Dukes, Ronald Fifth Grade-L. A. Johns. Jr., Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Carson cut and eaten and Mr. Privitt has children were the guests of Mr. and Lawrence Ormstrong, Edgar WEBSTER DISAGREESThe

Hines Ruby Ward Loralne Thomas Othma Sullivan, Mary Lee Johnson Griffis were visitors to Starke Fri- more yet left. Mrs. Felix: Sapp Sunday.A Strickland, Essie Crawford and Josephine ( -
Jeanette Parker Marie Tay Reddish a visitor to crowd attended prayer meet-
Doris Hodge. W. M. was Green attended the showat following definitions of
lor. day.Little Miss Oleeta Green spent Union County Sunday.Mr. ing at the home of Mr and Mrs. Starke aa
Third Grade Mrs. Edna Prevatt. Monday night. octogenarian were handed in dur
TeacherOrville Lltchfield, Wilson Seventh Grade-Myrtice Hall. the week-end in Starke with her and Mrs. Samson Crews and LeRoy Norman Friday night. *> ing a school examination:

I Green. Eighth Grade-Geraldine John- parents Mr. and Mrs. N. T Green. children of Taylor were visiting Mrs. LeRoy Norman and sons Japan has Invented a gun that One who feeds octopuses

Fourth Grade, Mrs. Gussle Mae son, Marjorie Johns. W. E. Converse was a visitor to ilr. and lira. B. Prlvltt Sunday.Mrs. Junior and Markle were visitingher fires 10,000 shots a minute, thus The eighth generation from a ne
P. M. Reddish and children parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
force Teacher-Jessie Swilley Lawtey Saturday. Increasing' the confidence of the
Jewell Prescott, Jeanett McGauley. Lnrala. Mrs W. A. Besaent and Mrs. T. spent Wednesday at Evergreenwith << Sapp Sunday.J. people that the Chinese can be gro.An eight-legged animal

Fifth Grade, Mrs. Gussie! Mae Mrs. J. p, Sullivan, Mrs J. Lev- N. Kendrick of Starke visited her mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier. A. Harnage and daughter. Aught' off the island in the defensive An animal that bears Its young

.'f Boree Teacher- -Oneta Thomas eft, Mrs. M. L. Watterson and Miss friends hero! Sunday.R. Mrs. J. Roy Quinn of Evergreen Elizabeth, and J. C. Sapp were visiting war now raging.-Portland eight at a time.-Boston T an-
:Marie Dyal Bessie Prescott. Leas- Mildred Byrley were shopping in L. Black of Gainesville was a spent Saturday here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dobbs, Jr., Oregonian. script.ANNOUNCEMENT.
Starke this week Mrs. R. N. Crawford. Wednesday.Miss .
ton Tyler, M. D. Harrell. visitor here Monday.
Eighth Grade O. E. McGauley, Rev. G. E. McGauley will preachat Miss Ethel Ricks, Miss Oleeta Robert Crawford spent Saturday Allie Harnage left Thurs-
Teacher Bonnie Mott Juanita the Baptist Church next Sunday Green and C. M. Griffis were visitors night at Evergreen with his cousIns day for Umatllla where she was

:McGauley, Ida Lee Cone. morning and evening. to Lawtey Monday Alga and Wilbur Crawford.We called to the bedside of her slater
Mrs. L. A. Wiggins has arrived are sorry to report Mrs. W. Mrs. W. H. Groves. Illl. K. F. TIIOMtB' *etrrlnarlnn from Veterinary Clinic Golne..llle,
i" here after Blue list this There will be meeting at Florldn. will be In !Stnrke! First and Third Wednesdays of enoh nmntkat
Locals a vlxlt with relatives in France should be sent a M. Reddish on the sick prayer
t'' -H. P. Gainey was attending to Jacksonville Eagle with the inscription: "We week. We wish her a speedy re- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Felix F. C. IHnKvtorlh office lie will be prepared to take rare atdlneaee
of all .
lUr.toi-k. poultry do. etc. Hospital facilities Inrstnl
,business in Starke Monday. W. E. Epperson of Starke, Brad. Do Our Part"Philadelphia Inquirer Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wolfe of Jack- Sapp Friday night. Everybody Is In Gainesville .t 0:10: West Masonic.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney ford County's efficient sheriff, was sonville spent Sunday here with welcome to attend.

,and son, Everette are visiting '

-t' friends Rev. G.here E.this McGauley week. filled his i THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR It Should Help j I

regular appointment here Sunday. --

,Q J. D. Baxter and R. P. Lewis !*tAM. NDCTDOR VT SEEMS WHY DON'T YOU N.TRY .
were business visitors In Starke T' ME VME HAS ENEHY 1 1'iRDD A REGULAR ) WHAT KIND OF
SORT O* TROUBLE, f. FORM" OF { EXERCISE OU\.O PRAYIN' !
:Monday. the week-end .03S BVE FOR A MAN T HMt! E7.ERC\??y You SUGGEST
1 W, B. Webb spent it NOV US A O-0 BAD CASE FOR ME 9
with friends and relatives in Jack- O STIFF\ KNEES PRCJA tAYIN'

.sonville. Lit c i.t )M OH TH #C 1-D-
We are very sorry to report that WTCHENr' '

Miss Ozena Is still in the hospital i r t I cIlly

c in Jacksonville. ;
We are'very sorry to report that I (7 rY
Mrs.: Sally Mott Is on the sick list

: this week.
h Remember prayer meeting up at till!
1 the Baptist Church every Friday 'i
night Sunday School every Sunday --

i morning at 10:00: o'clock, and IIs
t B. Y. P. U. every Sunday night at
.i 730.:
'Several people from here attended -
I church services and baptism
New Hope Sunday. .

Mrs. G. B.1 Colsen and son, Resale -

Misses Iris Brown and Lubedia r--
Plnholster attended church services T ?

at Lacrosse Thursday night. i bAT

Guy Harrell and Clyde Cone
were business visitors in Jacksonville

Thursday. :'THE' MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" Fel ZelmIJhtiI2j I
L. B. Crosby and E. T, Stuart I By L. an I

'were ''business visitors to Starke I f ---i-m.--iiu.- in i, MI BMfs.mE 3** -g*.*j.g.Li_ i u ... i ., ..._. .. ... i in ,. _____un.
1 r
Monday. j totC 0tC\1 :Dub ia GETsl -
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts"were UZ3HAl' S'1IoPERN: o.eAPCF IT-

' attending church services' In Gra '" 4T'0-: TgI.tADIHI3 R "It! ACBE3 -COMB ON HOW, : J BA NnICEe t .
ham Sunday. ;;
We are very glad to report that NCw9pgpcQW.tTU i (SKA; B IT UP -firs.fs I HAVB-

"' Mrs. J. J. Morgan, who has been on FROHT PROPERTY ; MOW TPt?#?S 50 MAKE IT GOSH, HE KEEPSLOOKIMJ IIm -

: the list list, is very much Improved. RIGHT AT MG
q :, AT AUCTIONODD lOw ::J AN' KB. WNCM9 tJclll'i _
NOTICK OK :I YELL :x GOTTA NO'11!. (JUilIJlIUIi.
.; E E'r' APPLICATION FOR TAX UKFUNolle UJrr3OUQ LOCAL AT TPE BANK.
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In hereby Riven, that W. tl.
Smith, holder of Tax: Certificate. No. RCAUTOO & AuC1k3 EQ., s T'KAOBA
?tia 7th day of July A. U. 1830. VAS AT IhC FCONT DOOR OFT F'HT"1VCHS
hat filed said certificate In my oft +E Tbvti WALL TtlS MORNNO '(H'AkIS h
fins and made. application for tax :h
r ; deed to Issue thereon In accordance. ( rOlf; 3 MIS I SAIL D02ED t: lilT
a with law Maid certificate :embrace sire A PARCEL OPMTKQ p 111111 AM
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the following property situated In ; PB3NT I POOPCmy. I I
Bradford County Florida. to-wit: r .ntelah
NICVi< of H..o. 9, Tp. T B.: It 81 E., containing AFTER I tiauCS OC _
190 Acre PLEADING II) PSnSPlBINd.\ I
.11 The assessment. of laid property ODD DECIDED HS'D Dpi r I
under said certificate was Issued In Date CXCQCI3INO! AMDKHOCWEp _
the name of The National Hank of An9Cllr
TUB tJWsXE
Petersburg.Unlens
said certificate shall be redeemed 'Cit'Q9: DOWN -a HR.J.4 .N
according to law, tax deed CQ'otttI .TItc AAHI.cR. .
5 will Issue thereon on the 14th I'ay of fR f80.U FLAT.
tk November, A. D. 133.
Dated this 11th day of October : ...1..- r.I
A. D. 1933.
A. ;J. THOMA. -- -
I Cle-k of Circuit Court, -

..1; io-n:6tii-io: | Bradford_County Florida. I-= DOROTHY DARNIT_ By Charles McMantts

9OTK-H' OF APPLICATION TO
".:1.1. MIAOU'S LAM1: > I NOW
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Notice la hereby given to all whom CHILDREN YOU ALLNAVC I WILL NOW SHOW' HOW

K may*. a concern* ruardlan. that :, W.H.: A.II.: Andrew Andrew GOOD SEATS OLGA MCt.OSKEV D NCE5e '"WHAT; *re MY FINE 1'M IIVIN' A THE

*, minor, will on X&th day. of VASES DOING ON SHOW ANO
November. A. D. 1933, apply to the THE FLOOR VASES ARE
Honorable 1':. K. Ferryman. County
JudK. of Bradford County, Florida. CHORUS GIRD
at his offlre In Court House, at lo'clock ..
a A. M., or soon thereafter for 1S .
authority to null. at private sale the
entire Interest and ,estate of. .said t J f '
minor In and to the following land, a
In Bradford County, Florida, to-wit:
N\Vyhuft\ : Oso.,1':1Ll .of 33

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nets'
Which application will be based a
.. on the petition now on file In laid
i Court, dated. October SSlh 1933. rtfr
? W. II. Andrews, Uuardlan..
: 10- 7l5tlll-M! ;_.

TO IIKIITOH AND CRRDVrOit9! I.
Notice lit hereby given that all 1
creditors distributee and all persons 4 /u; :)
having claim. against the Estate of
fr r
J. U B'raiee. deceased. are hereby required I
to present the came duly authenticated -
to the County Judge of 1r -A
Bradford County, Florida at hi. office
,i. In the court house In Starke,,
within one year. from date. hereof or thi "
this notice will be held In bar thereto ( -
3 and all persons Indebted to said
1
r E.tat. are required to pay semi .
1! forthwith, to the undersigned admIn- e
i. istratrix. .. fta r
p "' l.t -
a This the Hth day of Sept.. 193.FUAZEE o
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SOLUME ONE. STARIE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1933 NUMB R NINE
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EDITORIALS PROFESSOR GRAY,I October Honor Roll Elementary News TORNADOESARE

TELLS OF MEETING I P AUNTSASSYFRASS' GRIDIRON GOSSIP] OFF FORM ;

FIRST On.DE11111II FOURTH GR %DE

nnotod= to the Bent Interest of WITH GOVERNOR Sludge. Mlddleton, Teacher Otha Haynes won the prize for HI' SPRINGS WINS "

I Wilbur Bell, Frank Griffls, Gene having the best Eskimo booklet. Couch Larson Says:
.\DFORD 111011 SCHOOL COLUMNStarke
III! -
Plans Are Outlined For Relief Of Noegel Edward Ricks Elbert Enos Hayes, Florence Shepard and "I was not only disappointed but Palatka
Patrons and Way Today-Both Team
Students( AlumnlLf..oEDlTOnlAL Deplorable School ConditionsIn Thornton, Warren Winkler, A. T. Rivers Hundley's books received surprised at the showing of my Are Rated About I

Florida Andrews, Marvin Leach, Ruby Florida honorable mention. The prize was team. It was the poorest exhibi-

STAFF Baty, Eva duncan Qarnlta Hutto, Nov. 0, 1933 a small globe map. tion of football: my boys have Equal !

Our principal states that he attended Bessie Rye, Eva Todd Addle Tyler Dear Aunt Sassyfrass: J. E. Denmark wa sabsent all 'shown this season. The game The Bradford High Tornadoes (

Kilty HosTBed-..__-Editor-ln-Chlef a meeting of seven repre- Dorothy Jean Williams, Levie I heard recently that Robinson last week because of sickness meant everything to me. It meant gave the worst exhibition of the C:
Do'"(hX Sapp-.ARRt.. Editor-in-Chief Smith. Joe Allen Lander is able to be the conference. I
sentatives from counties of West- Crusoe was the father! of the NRA. was certainly far
season to lose
by to the
g R Johns- ____Managing Editor FIRST GRADE back in school.Twentysix to it"11'hat High ,
ern Florida, Governor Sholtz and Since the NRA is being discussedso sorry !lose '
Springs eleven, 19-7, on the local '
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As t. : Miss
Harley ManagEditor Inn Belle Teacher
gi?mter Sheppard, out of
his : our room have
cabinet much I would like
where the now, surely
representatives a
gridiron. Still In losing
remaining a
4nngExchange J Fdltort Norman Thomas '
I Raymond Hen-
brought pennies to help for Not ;
humbly pleaded the of to know who started it. Please pay
(liy, Mnrwlck___A.But.. E*. Editor cause ry, Harry Nettles, Aubrey Deaver, Jinx, this marked their third
the schools and the teachers. answer at once because I am our new flag. We have been
I. .i Jackson_.__Literary editorL Bobby Biggs Luther Jackson, very chided for not straight defeat, although the first
Governor Sholtz on asking the .impatient Carrie Belle has been out of giving to Tornado line all credit two
m Snyder, A Bt. Literary Editor Harold Kirkland, Hoyt Warren, : were excusable. Had the Tornadoes -
Lifter. Schnell- ._-Sports editor representatives their opinion of I Anxiously yours, school with sore eyes. We hope due them. We readily realize it Is: been In the form they 'I'showed
Betty Hayes, Collette Green Alice
how to relieve the NELSON FAULKNER. she will soon be able to return.
L&uH! DlggII.A88t. Sports Editor deplorable situation Jackson our personal position to shoulder in St. Augustine and Lake
Lem. Adklns.__-___-_.Society Editor was told of the plans. First, Hubbard, Beta Lee George Agnes We are studying about Arabs in I the matter. We have also been City, it would have been a dlffrentstory.

HI "'Y Godwin. ________Joke EditorA that some, a small part, of the Beverly Parks. Starke, Florida our geography class. chided for making Individual backfield But, although they were In '

\\' Anderson Jr., Anat. Joke Editor money from the Road Departmentbe FIRST GRADE Nov. 10, 1933. Last week In English our class I stars all of which gives us a their own home town, could

L iI""IM" Austin- __ -_ _-Reporter transferred to the school funds; Miss. Olive Ray Teacher My Dear Anxious Nelson: wrote verses about "Trees.. Some big laugh and leads us to remindour not snap out of It The they interference
Entertainment : second that Norman! Carroll, Mack Futch, The who told that of them are given below: I dictators tt
a special! session of person you of the old 1 saying that was far ;
Mnrthn. Hrownl' _.____Rnporter from normal, while lt ltthe
Primary and-Elementary the Legislature! be called to enacta Bryan Harrell, Barbara! Keen, Roberta Robinson Crusoe was the father of stars are born and not made. A backfield seemed slow, ; ;

luxury or sales tax. Whitfield, Thomas Williams. the NRA was quite right when he A Tree newspaper never made a football However, Strickland carried very the *

However, the Governor showedno FIRST GRVDKMl made that statement. Robinson The tree bears fruit nice and yellow, star. It takes a good deal more Tornado! offensive burden in commendable

Calendar Of Events Inclination to transfer one cent .** Thelmii Sllcox, Teacher Crusoe was a chiropractor and he They are juicy and mellow, than that. fanhlon. Not only did he

of the money from the Road Department Lyle Anderson, Esther Griffis, never worked on Io'ri to the school fund and Betty Ruth Anders Margaret! Advisably yours, -Olbert Drown. \
appreciation for this complaint for but he also did
I some excel j '
Not. 10-Senior Aftaembly. emphatically refused to call Stringfellow, Doris Russell AUNT SASSYFRASS !!
very Goodge -
a
at present the sports situation 1.1'as lent blocking, and to him should ).
Seventh Grade In special session. His reason was Gatlin, Ray Johnson, Bobble Tho- (Holly Tree ', the proverbial doornail, and we go much credit. i'lI'lt
charge of program.Nov. that It would cost the taxpayers McRae. P.-T. Assn. GivesHallowe'en I like the holly at all times welcome 11\\ :tt4 I!
such
material! High \+
1O chorus under Springs scored Ita firsttouchdown
-Special 'i
more-but school authorities state SECOND GRADE Because it makes me Jolly.It to peed things bit. f.
the direction of Airs. that the savings to the present ad Hrn.! H. C. Hitch, Teacher PartyThe has red berries' up a : early In the second f f1
A. E. WaiL In answer to the complaint that quarter by a pans from Crawford ..
,
valorem taxpayers through the Joe English. Keffee Pitts Olin That are fit for falrlea.
SO10.Footbull (game White two or three men have a monopolyon to Clark that netted forty yards, .' )
luxury or sales tax would pay for Nina Bishop Ruth Clock -Donald DuBolse.
Bradford High serous fifty extra sessions. Marjorie Davis, Ruth Powell, Lola/ Parent-Teacher Association the team .It greatly behooves us putting the ball on the Tornadoea' .t ;f '
Palutka, there. entertained at the Woman's Club to say that it Is by n., means a one-yard line. The trial for extra \ ,
The Governor's only reply to the Tyler, Patsy Ruth Wainwright, Alberta A TreeA o
N'ov. IB.-Combined Glee Club humble entreaty for aid to them Woodward Tuesday night: with & Hallowe'enparty. tree that's 'tall fault of ours that these two or point was unsuccessful They,1:' \ '\
and brown
under the direction of was to tell the people to their The rooms were beautifully green three are outstanding, We simply counted again early! In the third It',
pay THIRD GRADE decorated with and black Is always found the whole world try to tell facts "
about
orange the quarter on a from
games.
Mrs. A. E. Wall. 1932-33 taxes. He remarked that pass Crawford I.. j! !
Mm, Gracealnvrlght., TeacherJoe 'round.A .
16-EI'menfluy.\8IK'mbly, he refused to have the crepe paper and flowers. Jf certain players show up better! to Clark again. Clark kicked the ,
problem
Andrews, Richard Jackson, The awarded fol- tree! that sways from side to side than others then
Miss Madge Middle-ton prizes were as it'a simply our extra point. ,.. jj
into the state's and
dumped lap Sara Barefoot, Dorothy Bell, Doris And sends ita leaves
to the aroundto to I '
duty give
lows: them credit for it. In The Tornadoes h;'
In of were for' "
charge heading -
program. that it was not his red Yet,
wagon. 1
I U Brown. Gloria Buford. Ethel Cole- hide
costumes, Pat ; regard to the
Most attractive star-making a touchdown in the latter
what could be of more importanceto man, Evelyn demons, Ida Lulu and A tree where birds may build their tion, we wish to add that 8IlU8.-1 the part of .b
sy Billy Wainwright It third quarter. Wall received .: i d
the state than the education of ; f
Palatka and for the Lee
Go to pull Davis, Mary Dixon, Dorothy .1, W. nests not a '
Funniest costume-Mrs. particle of difference the kickoff
on his
its will in time own twenty and '
people, who H "
Tornadoes. young Johns, Alvertine Johnson Patsy And keep their
young from who stars
away in
a carried .
Morgan. After to
game. all, his forty. Strickland ,
---0- carry on the affairs of the state? Keen, Doris Prevatt, Barbara fJ
Best character costume-Freddy pests; they don't mean a thing to us. and Edwards advanced down
Renew your courage every hour lIe also said that the people would Snow, Loca Belle Sumner, Clarice A tree, oh yes, a beautiful tree, to the i {': f ,
have to help themselves-yet is he Wimberly. That Ono might say we have right Intention twenty-five yard line Then an attempted t')
and it will grow greater every day. Thomas, Edna Tyler, Sara Sewell the Seniors that attended grows and grows and grows.
-0- not supposed to be their represen- Katherine Kinlaw. Among How the beautiful but merely overlook the paRs from Strickland to ", t"; :h
this delightful affair were: Little tree walt made, work of the line. This Is Edwards wall Intercepted .;
true Craw. '
tative? to by "
the best GRADE
work THIRD
Do the day's you Only God knows I' "
The showed and Misses Lois Adklns, Lula Red some extent. First, the line works ford of High Springs, who ran Ql }
can. No plan of living: could be seven speakers Miss Lurlle Edwards. Teacher Rivera Hundley. \ P V
grave, Kitty Hogsed Bunnie Ca- a8 a unit. It la eighty-five yards for ..
simpler than that. But no plan or the Governor agreed, that the state Elnora Bennett Llnnle B. Davis, no easy matter to a touchdown. h
owes its schools one million three nova and Katheryn Haynes. note each Individual's playing on The trial for extra point wall un- r W., -
habit could be more effective in Llllie D. Davis, Doris Mae Gaffney, let ., '
an ambitious person's quest for hundred thousand, appropriationsfor Odessa. Griffis, Jlmmle Griffis, Marguerite Prevatt spoke over the line at o-ice. One can only de- successful' however. : /", '

achievement. 193233. It has not as yet been Claude Wiggins Wordolph Johns, FAMOUS SAYINGS WRUF Saturday! noon. Her speech termine the playing of the line In The Tornadoes scored after a :. ''t-1, I ,' : 1,

--- paid. Sholtz's only reason walt Virginia Anderson, Carolyn Green, That makes me most unhappy. was concerning the value' of 4-H general. For this reason, it Is a drive from the center of the field !I s j", ,

SportsmanshipThe that the taxes for three years have Doris Griffls, Violet Johnson, Ellen Katheryn Haynes.I work to her. hard matter to pick line stars.! We to the goal by Strickland and Ed. 1 \ e: t'A'

Tornadoes should be con- not been paid one hundred per cent.I fell so silly today-Kitty Hog. believe we have told the facts of wards Cooper made the touch- ,r ;.,

gratulated for the fight which they The Attorney General has ruled Mersereau.FOURTH GRADE!: sed. FIFTH GRADE the general playing of the line this down. Strickland added the extra I''I +,'v.jt.Fv .
R.
much.-S. Johns.Don't
put up Friday and for the fine that the school taxea may be paid Mrs. Herbert Hart Teacher Sanctuary (Miss Perkins' Room) season. point. ,11..., :. '

| sportsmanship that was displayed.The separately.Seems Carrie Belle Bennett, Billy Boul- call me "Roach. -Lillian We did better work last month Secondly, several of the linesmen Wall of the Tornadoes, who baa "

"rooters" should be congratulated that school Is to be kept ware, Edward Brock, Enos Hayes, Sternberg. than we did the first month of have asked UH as .a personal favor been playing end, played a good r,
I the cutest
1 also for even though open next term only If the already Othma Haynes, Ferol Jones Geral- Mother Lola says Adkins.say_ school as more of ua were on the not to attach their names to any game in the back field. He return.. l

they were losing they kept right on overburdened taxpayers pay unjust dine Sllcox Edith Mae Taylor, Lois things.I lost-sixteen pounds when I had Honor Roll. We hope to Improvestill soft soap. We don't attach any- cd the klckoff three times and av- '
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cheering. A visitor from High taxes. more this month. one's name to any soft soap, for eraged a little better than twenty ;
Reported by a PupiL Thornton.FIFTH my appendicitis operation. Can We that yards on each one. Strickland }
Springs remarked that he had GRADE tell it?Bunnie Canova. have finished our Health matter. We do not believe we
never seen a better group of girls Miss Annie Mac Pearce, Teacher you Booklet and we are anxious to have any players on the team who advanced the boll through scrim
You him! Sison.
who would stand up for their teamso WITH TilE POSTGRADUATESThe Dorothy Alvarez, Le'Etta Cor see Mignon: Wall. show them to Mrs. Alvarez, our play for the sake of getting their mage 'for a better yardage than 1.
Am I late?--A. E.
well. Nice work, girls. Someof Post-Graduates are trying penlng Bernice Stanley, Louise health nurse. names In the paper: If we have, any other player. Cooper did some z

the Post Graduates certainly to do their part in making this Sterns, Betty Stringfellow Mildred TilE MISSIONARYBy One of our classmates, Robert then the gridiron ia'! no place for good tackling, and Williams did '

deserve a lot of that credit. Comeon year's Homecoming Celebrationthe Williams, Marlon Crews, Billy Kirkland, has moved to Live Oak. tnem-they belong In the circus. also while he was In the game.

regular students, don't let the best yet. They presented an Griffls E. L. Griffls, Earl George, ( Irma Stockwell, Spoken' English We are very sorry to have him go. We take all due privilege in assuring For High Springs, Streat and,

P,O.'s beat you yelling.Homecoming. I entertainment in the High School Melvin Wiggins, Cleone Klnchen. Class) our public that we have no Crawford have completed forty- 'a .: '
--o- auditorium Thursday afternoon. FIFTH GRADE What Would Happen If- seven passes. it ''
monopoly on an entire page of each
I The admission was five cent per Miss Eunice Perkins, Teacher One night in a distant landA Harold Bishop made a low paper and therefore find It neces- Starke made eleven first downs !' t 3 ,""

Only a week till Homecoming.Let's person. The proceeds are to be Garnetta Hubbard Gladys John- white robed man knelt In prayer grade 7Ruth sary to tell In a straightforward to seven of High Springs. The ft ,

make this a real Homecoming use dfor decorations, entertainment son, Carolyn Keene, Emmeline His face was tired and tanned McKelvey didn't want to manner the facts of the games.We '! visitors completed seven passes out

this year. The Seniors and etc., on Homecoming. They Morgan, Frances Overstreet, Mary By his years of toiling there. skate 7Frances might add that we are not only of nine attempts Starke completed ,i4

Post Graduates are working hardto were assisted by pupils of the Loraine Stockwell. Elizabeth Wells, Overstreet. didn't do working for our paper, but for the only one pasa' out of five ]

make it a success but they need school. Harold Bishop, Edward Barnes,, i Tomorrow at the break'of dawn neat work? team aa well. Furthermore, the attempts. .

the co-operation of every one else Scootio Andrews Estelle Kendrick Robert Kirkland, Stanley Noegel,, The place would know him no more Frank Crews didn't have majority of the write ups thus far This afternoon the Tornadoes i

including the alumni. So here's toa and Mrs. Clifton Brown en- Herman Parrish Edgar Roof, Ir- As, aged and weary, .he will have freckles? this season have been read and will resume their pilgrimages to {;.ri ?. '

bigger and better homecoming. ertalned the veterans at the Vet- vin Tillman. gone L. E. Moseley didn't want to by the coach beforehand.If approved -. foreign territory when they Jour ''a.

erans' Hospital In Lake City Sun- SIXTH GRADE To his home on another shore. sing "Twenty-One Years" ? I our write ups are the type he ney over to Palatka to bump ..

day afternoon. They rendered sev- Miss Roaallnd Jacobs, Teacher Irvin Tillman made low grades ? I wants, then against the Palatka High eleven.
HEARD-- we must continue with
f I eral numbers. The entertainment Juanita Barefoot Margaret Low- Fifty years of his life had passed "' Carolyn Keen didn't bring the this type for the sake of the team.! The Palatka team baa been rated ,

lasted! about an hour and a half. ry, Tommy Ritch, Tom Mersereau,, Since he had left hilt land of birth teacher some cookies? A newspaper polling on about an even par with the IS

Emmett Perryman, Willa Vida And now the time had come at last, objective ia against acoach's Tornadoes. Although the lineup I

THANKSWe Klllngswortb, Ralph Rhodes, W. For the end of his mission on earth. SEVENTH GRADE for failure. If a sure cause has been shaken considerably It I is .
The Post Graduates sold candyat any falsity can be *
the game Friday to make money wish to thank all those who S. Rivers. He had spent these many years We have a new bulletin board in found In our reports in our effortto due to be running smoother thIs .

for the Homecoming Celebration. bought tickets to the show, "Takea SIXTH GRADE Teaching the heathen of Heaven the back of our room which we develop '"stars" thenwe'll glad- game. The Tornadoes will be any; C

P S.-The Seniors made the Chance. It will be of Interestto 'Mlna Edna Strickland Teacher above, put news on. ly trade our Jobs ticking at the doe no disadvantage on foreign ter. rw v-'

candy. learn that the Senior Class Jean Davis, Vernon Dyal, L. M. He had stilled their doubts and One of our classmates Inman typewriters for the sake of a bet- rltory, since they seem to be at

The B. H. S. students feel depressed made a net profit of $21.30. This Gaines Irene Goodge, R. E. Jones, fears Green, shot his finger while hunt- ter football team. their best away from home. After'
Mary Jane Judd, Florence Merse- getting ad the bad breaks '1f k.l, j 2
money will go to make the biggestand Ing. In their___ _
due to the loss of their And had earned their respect and P. S. We watched the game n
reau. recent starts, this time It Is
best Homecoming B. H. S. baaever likely
quarterback Sullivan Carter. SEVENTH GRADE love. very closely Friday and althoughwe that the tide will turn 4'

High Springs was well repre- seen. Kilos Hazel Mlddleton, Teacher EIGHTH GRADE I had a pair of field glasses, we will fettle down to and thay w ii; /
business
But now they had tired of him -
one
sented at the Friday. I failed to reveal "stars." ,
game Dorothy Boulware, Era Edwards, Chapel Program any mere.
heard the of their school Football Schedule And fogotten his goodness and> I Believe it or not but
principal Sullivan
Clara Flume, Sidney Griffis, Glo- I A piano solo. "Still In the Storm" The Lineup r'' ;
care
say that be had never seen a groupof ria Johns. Audra Belle Phillips, Jewel Garnet. Carter probably played the last :

girls have as much pep and ((1933-31) Melba Prevatt, N. T. Ritch, Doshia His thoughts made his kind eyes) A Few Historical Facts-By high school game of his career over High Smith Springs ((19) Starke ((6)) ;, !t

school spirit as the B. H. S. girls Sept. 29-Live Oak, there ((12-0)). Smith, Mellie Silcox.SEVENTH dim Willis Smith. at St. Augustine a couple of weeks LE ShufordPackham '.

diJ-( ven if their team was being Oct. Alachua, here (13-6)). GRADE As he turned to his' Maker in "Pat.and. Mike," a ago. Word comes that he has been HIggins LT '.

defeated. Oct. 14-New Smyrna, there Mrs. Demoreot, Teacher prayer. Reese Bradley and L. O. Jones.skit-By ruled ineligible.: That's just too Long La Williams a, ( '
Many members of the Junior ). bad for Carter and the team too. Whittock C HarreU '
((13-6) Mary Harriett Bishop, Shirley These people that he had taught Reading "When There's Com- ,
Class attended a weiner roast at Oct. 20-Lake City, there (6-32)). Geary, Geraldine TlUman, Robert Had harkened to other pany for Tea"-Virginia Fugate.A He received praise wherever he Dorsey RO Torode
Hunt '
the Torode cottage at KIngsley Oct. 27-St. Augustine, there Blair, Ralph DuBols Jewett Fogg. men. play written by the played and probably deserved it, RT Chapman fi'r' ;
And fr their had Eighth
Lake Hallowe'en night. ((6-19)). EIGHTH GRADE sought
Among those attending the Nov. 3-High Springs, here Mrs. Bynum Perkins" Teacher Revolutionary War: In the Florida Times-Union: Crawford QB Edwards ; 4

I1t orgia-Florida game in Jackson- ((6-19), Frances Lee Peek, Arle Tillman, The witch-doctor's magic again. Place--A Virginia home. "Over In the little town ,of Streat LI I Wall

ville Saturday were John Inman, Nov. 10-Palatka, there. Lillian Stump, Billy Powell, Roa- They would cause him to suffer Time-1781. Starke, Coach Larson a former White nil (IC) Strickland r

Frank Inman Mac Davis, Palmer Nov. 17 New Berry, here well Nogel, Lo Jones. Billy Long. and die Characters--Mother Mrs. Wllks, pupil of Coach II. R. McQuillan at Burton FB Cooper 1 r

Williams, William Woolen. Coach (Homecoming). NINTH GRADE When the sun came from behind Lela Norman; daughter, Verlne Stetson, baa a smart, well drilled Score by periods: p

Larson, A. E. wan and Sullivan Nov. 24-Crosa city, ( ?). Mr. Larson, Teacher the hill Phillips, ; son, James, Roswell No- team that Is a real credit to Brad- High Springs ___ 676 0-19 ; ,: ;

Carter. Nov. 30-.Jasper, there. ford County. "And In fast Starke __ ____
AlKay Carlisle, Arlie Sponholtz, For the savages with many a cry gel; house boy Robert Jackson: a youngster ? 0 0 6 0- 6

Andrew Taylor, Arthur Swanbom, Shouted belief in their* sungodeau. housegirl, Irene Prescott; neighbor I I bv- the name rif- arterr-' W'hn Scoring: High SprlngTouch.downll. *

Jack Underhill Don Stilley Irene Imogene Driskell. played formerly at DeLand High: I Crawford, 1; Clark 2.'a'

Davis! Mildred Brown, Lois Judd Starke has a back who would be Conversions, Clark 1.StarkeTouchdowns. wL

WELCOME ALUMNIThe Margie McMillan, Katie Fugate. The moonlight shone Into the hut NINTH GRADE ENJOYS PARTY heralded far and wide If he were Cooper, 1, r
TENTH GRADE Upon the old man kneeling in sorrow playing on a team In one of the Officials-Hanaford
The Ninth (Manhattan
Grade
enjoyed a Hal.
Mice. Fernandez TeacherA. larger cities. While returning the
College), referee '
lowe'en weiner roast ; Elton (U. of ?,
Monday nightat
W. Anderson, Olin Beden- Who waa praying not for himself, opening kickoff last Friday nightin Cin.), umpire.
SENIOR CLASS OF BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL the Starke football field. They 4 ,
baugh, Johnnie Ree Cone, Alice but St. Augustine he made a return f p
played games and roasted L ,,da1
Requests the Presence of the Royster Ivan Sponholtz, Gordan For those that would slay him tomorrow and wetnera kick at full speed that set the Mul- at the fullback
marshmallows at a late hour. position, did the
Weest, Dorothy White.ELEVENTH lets back In the shadow of their
II ALUMNIAt GRADE Those present were: Marie Tlaon, own goal poets. After St. Augus- lion's share of the tackling. Hat: I'?

Mrs. T. J. Alderman Teacher Teresa Jones, Katie Fugate Betty tine finally succeeded In working rell was also on the Job, aa usual. ,,
the Haynes, Woodfut Halle, Gratton Craig
Virginia Alvarez .
Martile t
Itself
I out of this
Frances hole
Cadman Leocy Fogg.Myra to .core
; a
Cooper, Idell Clemons, Martha Hemingway. The High
Springs
THIRD ANNUAL Frank, Blake Jackson Doro- Margie McMillan, : touchdown Carter took the following quarterback
Brownlee George Arwood Lois Eula Mae Dyle, Lola Moore, ]Mildred kickoff asked ua our left end's name '
thy Marwick Herbert Packman and raced ?
HOMECOMING CELEBRATION. Martha Powell Adkins, Richard Thede.TWELFTH Brown Eunice Williams Mrs. .yards before to sixty (meaning Shuford), lIe said that' '. d's'
Dorothy Sapp being stopped
I I NOVEMBEII 17 STARVE FLORIDA Ruby Shaw, Louise Snyder Erma GRADE. C. W. Larson, Donald Paul Stilley yards from the Mullet goal. eight Anda | the beat player on the team, ) ,;
I Sire Long, Teacher 'Albert There's
Kruse a
AIKay Carlisle J. C. compliment, Joe. .
r I Stockwell, AnitA Wainwright M. Jessie Mae Dennison Mildred moment later a teammate, Ed- ; p.
Wynn Andrew
Taylor, Cheater -
Newbe.,. .. E. Wynn. Dinkins, Vera Gainey, Henry God Moody Edward wards, smashed over for the touchdown | Chapman .' '
Friday Afternoon-Football Game Bradford High vs. TWELFTH GRADE Bagwell, Clarence that tied the must have been a

Friday Night Reception, 8:00: to 9:00; Dance, 9:00: to 1:00Voman's : bile Carpenter Teacher win Lola Louise Long, Jackson Sinclair, Peek B. R. Johns Elena Moore, Mr. C. W. Larson. "Starke ultimately score.was defeated wearing marked man.Carter's You see, he was ,.

but Jersey (No. 13)...
Frow Strickland not before
Carne Faulkner Carter
and
\ Club. Prather, Alta Rhame his and
the
Marjorie Many' of the High Springs
college students
are teammates cry might
Lester
had
tL Schnell.
Kitty Hogsed. given St.
Stump, Dorothy Swanborn, Annie expected home today from Talla Augustine have been, "Look out for 13!" }
Marguerite Prevatt anxious "
many h
==== Kathrynrya Laurla Tucker I momenta.
P.
Dorothy Turner. hassee and Gainesville We might mention S. Hope we have better luckt tI,1\I
that Cooper, at Palatka.1Ij'niJip tti 1..:.




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w.- -M. -S. Circle Meetings Fortnightly Music Club Miss Guilda Thede Richard Thede That loud noise you hear la O. _

I Lacy Futch, Sumpter Harley B. C. :laughter by a mother of twin babies _

Monday AfternoonThe The meeting of the FortnightlyMusic Wainwright, W. C. Wooten and who( has just had the thirty-

circles of the Woman's Missionary Club of Friday evening at William and Cleon Wooten.
'f3-oiJtitill( hour week explained to her.-Los ATLASThe
the home of Dr. and Mrs H. B. .
Society of the Methodist 3. C. Prevatt was a business
McLendon Indeed proved an interesting Angeles Times
Church met Monday afternoon and visitor to Tallahassee Wednesday..
Mrs H. H. Young
held interesting meetings after one. Mr and Mrs. Charles Wedding-
which they were delightfully gave a splendid paper on the origin ton who have been visiting Mrs.A. STOP'ATVIOLA'S Standard Oil
of Folk Music. Miss
and nature
tertained by the respective hose A. Smith here, returned to their
Woman's Club To 'George Flynn, Jr., tesses. Alice Frnande supplemented thlwith' home in Chicago 111, Friday. Tire GuaranteedOne
Celebrates BirthdayLast several folk BOOKS played on
Sponsor Picture Show Mrs. W. B. Parks' home, where her violin tan did Mrs H, B. McLen Mrs C Dinkins is visiting relatives YearFrigiclaire

\ The Woman's Club of Starke will Thursday afternoon at the Circle No. 1 met was tastefully don and John H. Powell by sing- :, in Bushnell this week. For
the "One Sunday home of his parents, George Flynn, decorated with an arrangement of Russian French and a
picture ,
sponsor Ing English, Sandwiches .
entertained ten of his little and the RESOLUTIONSWhereas Good .............
Jr.,
: chrysanthemums
Afternoon. featuring Gary Cooper pink Irish Folk Songs.,, Mr. Powell also
the boy friends In celebration of his antlgon vine The 'circle God in His Infinite an"
which will be shown at graceful gave the history: of the American
Ritz Theatre Monday and Tuesday.On eighth birthday anniversary.A leader, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, pre- negro mu lc.among: other interesting wisdom saw fit to take from our ICE COLD BEERAsk

Monday there will be the : most pleasant afternoon was sided over the business session; things he informed the club circle Sovereign Ada Baisden a For Our Prices on Case.Adjolsing W.I81.

I two shows, matinee and night and enjoyed by the boys playing games and later taking part on the program members that it was the only real beloved charter member of the
and late in the afternoon Mrs. were Miss Kate Struth. Mrs. ] Lake Butler Grove, and
on Tuesday the night show, as American Folk Music and that the Sinclair Service Station
.; usual. I Flynn served delicious refresh- A. Z. Adkina Mrs. W.. te. Parks negro music of America is entirely Whereas, Soverlgn Baisden wasa Whrre You dot Your 0.. ..d the three year guar.
ments of ice cream, cake and Mrs A. W. Anderson'" Mrs. A different:from: the negro music of most loyal member, a*strong fra- AreHorle
-
At the night performances to
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: tween the shows John M. Powell I candy. Wood and Mrs. Middleton. 'The other countries. lernollsl, a consecrated church anted electric refrigerator
birthday' hostesses, Mrs. Parks and Mrs. A. member a devoted companion a
,, and David Moore of Lawtey tenors George received many : In developing his subject he
will be presented in a musical gifts from his friends who left : Wood served hot chocolate and played several negro spiritual records loving mother and a true friend. I un. 0.:0. 1.. DICKE.nON'SRECTAL Sella
fruit cake to the following guests: We realize loss in her gain.
our
. the wishing him many more happy
program, and they will delight on the victrola which were CLINIC
Mrs. N, T. Ritch, Mrs. T. J. Griffin Her will ever be cherishedby
to come. memory
audience with several vocal num- birthdays sung by a negro quartet from the For sale
I Mrs. J. W. CO>TI\B" OPKHATIOV bySmith's
Mrs. J. F. Colley, all who knew her. Thereforebe
SDavid negro school, Tuakegee, in Ala- A.MITI
bers.The Andrews, Mrs W. E. Middleton, it Without Interrupt, Ir. 5. R.HfMHon .
club la desirous of a good Moore, Lawtey bama. sod iiMHorliitrH oontlsuethe .
I Mrs A W. Anderson Mrs. A. Z. Resolved, that we, the membersof .. ,
,(', attendance at each performance; Sings Over Radio The next meeting will be held on fall onrrntlon ( Dr. Kate
Adklns and Miss Struth. Lakeside Grove No. 104 Supreme "Io'ker..n' (llnlo at Jackson Service Orr
\ Mrs. O. L. hostessto Thursday evening, November 17, at Forest Woodmen ville. The scone nurrrMfal treatment
evening from 6:30 to Beasley was Circle extend sat
Friday and pfinnervatlw method
: P.-T. A Will Meet: 8:45, David Moore, tenor, of Law Circle No. 2 at her home on the: home of Mr. and Mrs C. A. to the bereaved family our ore offered all who antler from
1"\ Knight. Mrs. Knight also has Pile and rectal ..I....".... 'I'henflilreim
North Walnut Street, and the living sincere heartfelt love and -
over radio sympathy
Wednesday tey presented a program charge of the program which will reninluH the. ...... 12JVa StationStarke C,
\' station WRUF' In Gainesville.Mr. room, where the guests were and pray that "He who doeth Main Mtrrrt.Will .
The Parent-Teacher Association at seated was made more attractive be a discussion of American Indian all things well" will look with ten- '111 FOn FIII:11: 1IOOKLHTDICKEKSO.V
will meet Wednesday, November Moore was accompanied with a huge bowl of pink chrysan- Music. der compassion on you. Our hearts : Fla.
15, at 3:00: pm. at the school au- the piano by Mrs. Florence An- themums centering the table where All members of the Woman's are sad and every impulse of our -SISSON CLINIC 54r
dltor'um. drews Brown of Starke, and sang Club invited to join this J.\CKIO!: \'"II.LI'), KLOIIIUV .... !
i ,'j'' the the circle officers sat; white chry- are group. soul it that of sympathy.Be -- ----.-,
I five popular numbers, "Love's santhemums and pink roses also I It Is especially asked that all mem- it further resolved, that a ,
-- Pre
I'p Bones,
"Lazy ""
Sweetest Thing added to the decorative effect. bers gather promptly at 7:30: I copy of this be sent the family, a I t
"The Last I IRoundup"
Darlin1.
"Sweetheart Mrs. L. A. Davis, assistant cir o'clock. copy spread on the minutes of our i
and "Talk of the Town"Presbyterian I I
ft I ,. cle leader, bonducted the business II grove and a copy be sent the Union j. \\In,
: session, and Mrs W. A. Bessant County Times and Bradford County ">
0'Y
' WEEKEND AuxiliaryTo transacted the duties of secretary.The LAWTEYO. Telegraph for publication. I TIP TOPGROCERY

Meet TuesdayThe devotional service was con Lovingly submitted

Ladies Auxiliary of the ducted by Miss Amelia Ray as- J. Phillips, Cor. LIZZIE ROSENBERG llcate

I Presbyterian Church will meet sisted by Mrs. :M E. Edwards, the ELLA STRICKLAND, 1

next Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 subject befng "A Missionary NCwrrtvaIM WELTHA DEKLE P.

o'clock at the home of Mrs R. Thanksgiving Service for World Mr. and Mrs. W. H Edwards, Committee.NJOW'S '

'". Tyson at the State Farm. 11'1 Sisterhood. Mrs. H. B. McLen- girl October 28. ''r. I wi DO mm nun lire!
Mrs T. N. Kendrick will be don ably conducted the program, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter girl, 'esr.
and the the subject being "Social Move THE STARKE, FLORIDA : ,
er for the afternoon, topic October 29. TIMEFor
will be "Southern Mountains." ments in Japan." Mr. and Mrs. O J. Phillips, boy,

i! SPECIALS A good atendance Is desired.wNERVS'. During served the hot social chocolate period and the dainty hostess October 31.Beans. OYSTERSAlso FRIDAY and SATURDAY, NOV. 10-11 EimnI'

sandlwches. The guests were: Begin To Move va
Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs. M. E. Ed- Green beans are beginning to SNOWDRIFT -- --

,& wards, Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. move to the market from this BARBECUEThe F

T. Olson Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. place, although ,on account of the FLOUR .t riO
W. A. Bessant. Mrs. L. A. Davis, continued dry weather the crop Best in Town a

Miss Ruby Lilly, Mrs E. S. Matthews will be far below normal.

/$ Red PepperPer 29c Mrs. H. McLendon, Mrs. Strawberry growers are still HALL'SBarbecue 24 Ibs. 90c el ionfe I .R

pound___-_- W. G. Halle and Mrs.' Joseph setting out plants and prospectsare PlaceNear 12 Ibs. .49c drilIrt
Yensco. very good for a normal crop BanND '0.
Seaboard Station
: despite the, drouth. QUALITY
} Woman's Club MeetsOn TRUELOVE .

Rubbed Wednesday afternoon, No- P.-T. A. Meeting 1n
Sage 19 / vember 8, the Woman's Club of There will 'be a meeting of the I FLOUR

t Per pound______ Starke held their regular meeting Lawtey P.-T, A. held at the school Double-Quick I

A at the club house with a good at- auditorium Filday evening Nov. 24 Ibs. 95c Yeta
,f tendance. The usual routine of 10, at 7:30: o'clock. All parentsare Relief
( 12 Ibs. 50c Pound __ ____ 27c jay
business was attended to, and Mr. urged. to attend as very Important .
.'1, business Is to be consid- I
;{ Pt. Syrup Corks 1 ( -. John H. Powell was accepted as ered. Demand and CtGENUINE =: L Allr
member of the club.
J-C/U an honorary Home Ground DelMonte Bartlett
I _
Per hundred____ Announcement was made by the
)\ president of the sectional meetingof ,Personals 0 MEAL I .

''t ,.. ITP To you sera ID WOI'1D- Federated Clubs to be held at T. J. Terry was a business visitorto PEARS y.r

every ran al Ugh tension.. Lake City on Tuesday, December B. Alachua Friday.
; Corks No wonder yon' snap at the wife Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. L. L. H. Hill, Jr.. who Is attending I 10 lbs. _,,.... ____15c Tall No.'lean 12/2c

t Qt. Syrup OQr- and. bark at the children. A. Davis were elected as delegatesto school at University\ of Georgia -

Per hundred ___ vC Watch out? Overworked attend this meeting with Mrs. N. at Athens. spent the week- Northern or Navy DelMonteBEANS
cane. lead to Sleeplessaen -
may;
end here.
0en
D. Wainwright and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- .
Nrvooi
Nervous Headache,
Miss Joyce Terry who Is a memo
IndlsTestion aDd a bout of, kins as alternate delegates. Any BAYER SUGAR PEAS 'lYe
other unpleasant distnrbanc club member is privileged to at- ber of the Alachua school facultyat

1.J BoraxPer Why don't you try Dr. Hfleo tend.Mrs. Alachua, spent the week-end ASPIRIN 5 Ibs. __ _____25c 2 Cans 15c '
14c Bfferre cont: Nerrhto TabUut A. Wood, chairman of the here at her home. __ __ rawe
'II Pound ---- ---- Just one In a half glue off American Home Committee, had B. C. Wainwright of the University BECAUSE of a unique Genuine process In,

: water make a pleasant, spevrkBnc charge of the program for the aft. of Florida at Gainesville spent Aspirin Tablets are made to Bayer Jin- BEST WHITE DelMonte
drink delightfully soothing '
week-end here.
ernoon and gave a very Interesting the integrate or dissolve-INSTANT- :.'
J to orer-tsviod' nerve. David W. Moore was featuredover LY take them. Thus start
"The you
talk on Home"-put presentand they
BACON rem!
.U '
Dr. Uilcc N rrbM now radio station WRUF at to work instantly. Start 'taking Tomato Sauce
;;1 Salt Peter iode la two forms-Liquid and future. tald of even a severe headache
Gainesville last
s, 23c Mrs. A. Z. Adkins as subchairman Friday evening.
Tablet Both haw Pound
Efferreoeent asgr
,i Per pound______ the same soothing effect of music for this quarter, bad Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish of a neuralgia few minutes, neuritis after or taking.rheumatic pain 7/2c No. 2 Can_ ___.19c

$1.00 at your' drag ntore charge of the musical program for Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Roy And they SAFE rt'liel- an
the afternoon. lira.' H. B.' McLen- Reddish and Mra. I. B. Jenkins of for Genuine DYER ASPIRIN does '" DelMonte ,
'ilr Q ,"'"' don accompanied by Mrs. E. L. Webster were visiting Mr. and Mrs. not harm the heart. So if you want tooat

Biggs, two solos "The Same V. R. Reddish here Sunday after- QUICK and SAFE relief see that
$1.00 Wampolea 79c Old, Dear sang Old Place," and "My noon. you get the real Bayer article. Look PINEAPPLENo. e kei

Preparation ____ M'&YJ E Little Grey Home In the West. Mr.. and Mrs. G W. Roberts and for shown the Bayer above cross and on for every the words tabletas .

,j Miss Hazel :Middleton favored the children were visiting relatives at GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN on 2V-S Can.19J?

'. club with an interesting reading, DeLand Sunday.M. every bottle or package you buy. HI
., "The Bath Hour," and an encore. F. Brown of Tampa was a Member N.R.A. 0n1 yaIalces i I
RIBBON
here ,. WHITE
Refreshments were served by the visitor Friday
:r 50c Nyal Aspirin 29c hostesses for the afternoonMrs.E. Those attending the Georgia- "GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN I

: ?er 100 _______ ( L. Biggs. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Florida football game at Jackson- DOES NOT HARM THE HEART LARD I
Mrs H. H. Young and Mrs. G. M. ville Saturday from here were:
k"': Sistrunk Mra. L. H. Hill Miss Ruth Rowe, I
,.- _-. ? 2 Ibs 15c ,31bs23c '

1; and Baptist W. M. S. Meetings rffc i 2 For 15c 8 lbs --_ ,S5e'l jl
t 50c Hinds Honey 'c. High Class Gun, Repairing S
I Circle No.1 with Mrs. E.
{ Almond 39c Priest as leader, will be entertained and Key ServiceH. Best IRISH POTATOES, Slbs__ He :

'.. Cream _.._-___ Monday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock
by Mrs. J. H. Lord and Mrs. R. J. R. HUNTERGUN S
", Davis at the Lori.residence, on Best Yellow ONIONS, 4 Ibs._____ tOe 0
r. & LOCKSMITH:
Madison Street. tee

::1, 50c MilkMagnesia Circle No. 2 with Mrs. L. O 33 Years ExperienceAll choice More than 6O* Tall Can MILK,- 3 for .. ____ 17c
r.. 29c Powell, leader, will meet with Mrs.F. Work '' Havana filled S
and Mrs. E. M. Thomas plus other' choice ...
,7 ------ F. Flume -
9tA.tA
,( at the residence of Mrs. Flumeat Drowning Sales and Service ported tobacco ....a Hershey's CANE SUGAR, S Ibs....__,_25c_
3:00 o'clock. taste and aroma found ,
Circle No.3, with Mrs. E. W. 209 W. Onion St. only in h'(her priced 25c
lq CHARMER COFFEE 2 Cans
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA ___ _
25c MilkMagnesia Hayes leader, will be entertainedat deantbat' JOHN gig
18c the home of Mrs. J. M. Brown- RUSKIN standard of

.. .._____ lee at the same time. I : y value. BAKER'S COCOA, / .lb. Can., tOe
All members are urged to attend POSITIVE BELIEF
gu_ Don't be minted
'FnOM ; bf
gig
"'I .NewGoodyentAll-Weath- II 3; old lime brand BAKER'S COCONUT, Pkg.___ __ 5c Of
er. etop car 77%' quicker More than sixty women In the PILES "marked: down to
'. 50c Rubbing than smooth old tlrea-and M
29c' United States are now earning Sc."JO RUSKIN

Alcohol _____ quicker tire! than any other new their living as aviators. A.oabIac1" pain .hangnntto ati I*the ../,cigar giving BUTTER, Ib.__24c SALT, 2 for. 5c ills
r II ootninc .0..for.-.J1D0. intaatly. > ry tr full 1933 value -
The slipperiest moet dangerous The brain of a woman seldom Thai i* ... relief ALL you
driving season I. exceeds an average weight of 1,140to nil*. .......... obtain from 'HEMO. 'Y f 1t:1: for your 5 cent CHEESE, lb. __18c LAMP SHADE 1le 1

head get your car on 1,340 FREE. Wo .pport Ibis atatamantwith ;p Try, a few today. 6c 1s
Mftht-HrlPPlnil new Goodyear grams. n _.* ....ck (.._..._ Each -- ---
Friday & Saturday.CASH : now-avoid reftretit HOTIOB' OF If yon are tortarod by pile yow You will enjoy every" Qt. Mustard __ lOc ,

A generation of 0 ue prove APPI ICATIOM FOIL TAX DBMII\: ban probably tried many ._.Uod puff. \
the All-Weather the safest Notice I I. h.r.byIv..n.. that 1>. W. rare*. Do not J.d.i MEMO-FREE' 24 oz. Pickles.13c
and beat non-akld tread- Moor! holilr of Tax Certificate. No. .by put disappointment. Its action s...
ONLY
440, third of A. D.
day August 131
h nlmott
poaitiTO, miraenlona. I.
letu..how.ouwh.1GOODYEAR has filed. said certificate' In office .
I. ; and mad. application for my'tax .ne* of 1101>1.., bUodinr, oxtarnnL ,_., They Oatmeal, Pkg. __5c -- 8Pt
deed. to issue tJieroon In accordance. .....raell.... 'or intamal plla*. b R.daem.bl.
with. law. Said certificate embrace. Renumbor how joyona lif. waaooforo csa. nn..arsa pir

ALL-WEATHER the following In Bradford described County property, Florida. situated >, violent pal. stabbed yon Macaroni, Pkg... .5c
to-wit: NH of NWH-of SWji\ of into doll _1.7. Regain that
$ It
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World1 Flrat.CH.K. 7..20 SRK and NEW of IIWI4 of 8GH" and prl..l'aa happiness by ..ndin*; for O.K.Soap.SforlOc
w Tlw.. VI' RMi of 8E14 of SWVi\ of SM.... Suction mud using HEMO-FREE. If you lie1r
CANOVAPHARMACY 89, Township' T' South Kane Zi BaM, wish
,
r -TRACK-IN aUo__ containing: 20 acre, pay postman apes delivery.9..d .
Th. aaHH..ment. of Raid property the eovpon today. NOW i* 0 Sweet ToiletS )'
under. the said certificate laeued wa tbo beak time.
I I I Il I In the name of Dor...,. Fort. HEMO LABORATORIES.
Unless. said certificate hall tie redeemed 0 A
M : according* t* law tax deed. 4S2O W .* Plea Blvd. BEST AND BIGGEST p. I
will leu thereon on the Fourth" day L.e An(.Us, Calif.
Register Motor Co. of November. A, D. 1911. Enclosed Is $1.00 for full .1_ 5 Bars 10c Pound _... E,27c_
Dated this Fourteenth'day of Oo ..1.. of HEMO-FREE.

l PliO" 103 tober, A. f. 1911.A. J.. THOMAS. Name I.L.wt.Clar Mfg,Ce.1ara.N.wutr.N.JOAINESVILLID Octagon SOAP and POWDER 10 for 25c I
Clerk of Circuit Court Address .._ CANDY CO.GaJiuarviria ) l' ,
ST.UIKE, FLORIDA t. l I Itt
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:Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett and BIRTHS:'

) children have recently moved in SEZ-- -:

I II from their home near town and are Shirley Poirier Depicts SpiritOf Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter Law NAT :

I Bits oiL occupying the Richard residence on tey, girl. October 29. .
i 1.tI'el .. ....-- ,
Cherry Street. Junior Red Cross in Movie Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves \ ,,you folks who Are broke '; -

I Graham, girl, November S. Chet"t1gi. You could be worse off
Mr. and Mrs. W. of
M. Morrow
Mr. and Mra. Newn Mott, You might have .10,000,000 like
I eal Nevb Jasper spent Saturday and Sunday Starke boy November 6. Doris Duke. I -
: here with Mrs. Morrow's mother,
: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brown, been reading In _
Mrs. D. B. Williams and Mr. and
i
I Hampton boy November 6. \the papers late-
IJ J II Concerning Our People, Buiintta and Mrs. Hawthorne. -. w, ,i that \the poor

girl Is BO afraid -
of the and
Town.
I Progress County
i Miss Louise Howe of Tampa was of stick-up! men '

i in Starke Friday visiting her WIlY NOT HAVE THE i and< kidnapersshe ;k- 1

,. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and BEST? has to keep

Mrs. R. A. Newsom, at their homeon on } ft, move all _

II I w. p Smith was a visitor tojie Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. B. M. Cherry Street.H. All new, modern equipment.We the .time. As _Y tu! _
I Ii Sunday. Johns, Miss Kate Struth and Mrs.
Ii City are prepared to nerve. soon as she 1 / _

i J. H. Ritch spent Tuesday in Jack L. Brownlee, Jr., of Jackson- Our service l,. finer, our stays In one I _

i SaJll T Dell of Gainesville was abr sonville. villa spent the week-end here with price I la lower. pLan;, !! long

i here Saturday. his wife and son, who are visiting enough tor people -
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Middleton Mrs. Brownlee's parents, Mr. and' BOREE & GIDDENS to.,find out who she is, she has j

, Senator T G. Futch,, of Leesburg were visiting relatives In Jacksonville Mrs. M. Leviton.H. FUNERAL DIRECTORS to tnc,y/e/, on to another town.

f u a visitor here last week. Sunday.Col .- ', '- Paoae B-O3O4 A........* Service
fi '-- &
i I P. Gainey A. B. Surrency : \CKSO.NVILLB FLA.Ntarkr I've heard about folks who move

j fj A, M Blanchard of Lawtey was Joe Hill Williams of Lake Alph A. Hazen, A. A. Clemons C. F''... Bianrli Near ]>rpot every time the rent cornea due, and

business visitor here Monday. I Io Buler was a professional visitor F. Lltchfield, L. B. Crosby and Mr. who jump to fine town with the

t here Monday. and Mrs. E. M.: Hazen of Brooker 1 hill collector from another town ______

! car Magesla of Jacksonville were visitors here :Monday.Mrs. right behind them hut I nl'.rr4'ulb.NI _

I a g visitor to Starke Monday. George Johns of Lake Butler -- RITZ THEATRE that you bad to lead a _-
I II II was visiting friends here duringthe I. D. Hawkins and young L P bunted Ufa because' you hud $50-

C Reed of Eustis spent the week-end. son, Paul Luther, of Palatka were STARKE, FLORIDA 000,000.) It just Roe' to Rhovv that
I C the guests for several days last -- if you hu\e a chew of tobacco In '
ptk-cnd in Starke with friends. _
, Miss Fenella Snyder spent the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. --- -5-- PROGRAMHKOINNINO jour pocket and a dime In your

week-end in Jacksonville with Miss T Olson on Madison Street. hand to buy k..ro".ne1th. It'" better
I \Miss Enza Blanchard of Lawteya NOVEMBER 0FKIIJVV
II than to ubout
Lillian Garris. hitting worry
visitor to Starke Saturday. I.
I a Miss Miriam Jacobs student at RECORD OF THK "nonoIn \"" YOUTH NOT SO FLAMING! j Tlltm u.\\. who's going to knock you In the
Florida State College for Women I.I hrtul and taUp lust million _
Preston L. Pitts of Gainesvillea Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake I lUNG CROSBY I jour _
, visitor to Starke Wednesday. Butler were vl ltors to Starke Fri Is expected home today for a weekend a country where crime flourishes Flaming youth Is no longer dollar -

) ,day afternoon. visit with her parents. Mr. and as it does in the United glowing. It has sobered down. It I "TOO MUCH
:1:1I Mrs. B. at their home :
Jacobs
: |M>xie Carter of Highland was on States and escape from punish- has dropped the hard-boiled pose: HARMONY" Now If you want to look like ,
MrS: J. C. Hoover Is a'' Madison Street. ment Is so easy, the record of the of It ha
"ndinj to business here Tues- enjoying early pout-war days. you'v.fgot f a Million Dollars let me ,
I v several days' visit in Augusta, Ga., 1 English police' for 1932 will appear learned that alcohol Is useful in Jock Ollkl.kf''tlt OallllRhl'r fit you up with an INTERNATIONAL ,
with relatives. Hiss Alice Fernandez, student at. startling. the laboratory but too much 1 Is Judith Allen, Hurry IJrcen MADE TO MEASURE .

|\Mr and Mrs. J. M. Mott of -- ---- Tallahassee Florida State College for Women. Loss than two dozen f crimes of hard on the stomach. It it, In I.I Iy 1111 Tiwhmau, Ned Spurkw! SUIT, you'll never regret' It. I'm ;
the week-em
JOker were visitors here Mon- Miss.Mae Patchett of Lake City spent violence were reported. Arrests short, taking a more realistic and the biggest crank In the world

y. was visiting friends in Starke dur- here with her mother and sister, were made In twenty of these be- wholesome attitude towards life. HATI'KHAY about giving my customers service. -
Mrs. S.
R. Fernandez and Miss
ing the week-end. Isabel Fernandez.Mrs. fore the end of the year. The motor All of that is true if the boys "SUNDOWN I'm cranky about the way my '

\\II'!', S. L. Peek and Mrs. A. S. bandit Is almost unknown accord- and girls of 1933 says Willard. clothes, fit and I feel the same way ,

'S spent Monday in Jackson- J. B. Prevail and H. V. Saxonof Ing to the chief commissioner of Betty, superintendent of the Bronx RIDER"IIUCK about fitting my customers. The '
P. S. McMillan of Lake
:e. Hampton were among the visi- police for London who, in hh annual villc. N. V., public schools. His JONES beat I Innone*, too good for you and I
I tors here Monday.Dr. Wales is here on a visit with her report 'said there had been conclusions are the result of a I'll dot,,my best to give you the
Mrs. H. D.
mother
Hemingway,
i FJmer McMillan of Lake Wales only one case In two years of a study for the General Education 8UN)).\Y MONDAY best ,". ,
ajoying a visit here with rela- and Mrs. J. H. Carradlne of who is confined to her bed with a motorist being held up by a motor Board and are based on talks with TUESDAY 3

i eI. Lawtey were visitors to Starke fractured hip as the result of a fall bandit in the metropolitan area. administrators, teachers and students -
I'rlc'e. Now Are From $22.00 :
several
afternoon.' days ago. The of Is in American elementary "ONESUNDAY ,
Monday __._ ,. scarcity major crimes fifty-six f
Ln.. .. ,.. I and Up ;
1 F. Johnson of Hampton was a I me more remarnaDie wnen it is : and secondary nchoola. AFTERNOON"
,lor to Starke Wednesday after- Mr.:and Mrs. L. T. Dyer of take Miss Mona Alderman instructor' considered that there are' In' Eng- "High school students of today," Materials Are All Wool ,' ;
In music at the State College for he declares "are better behaved Gary Cooper, FuyVruy l'llft..r.m. Hotter Looking Than
iD Butler were visitors to Starke land more than half a million per : ,
Women, Tallahassee, spent the considerate of Benefit of "1'hc'onllln'" Club" Ever '
Monday afternoon. sons known to the police as crlmii- more others more 'a .

B, H. Strickland of Palatka was week-end here with her parents, co-operative, less destructive! and BUY, YOUIt FALL. SUIT AT J'
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman at nala.The '
visitor here Wednesday after- Mrs. Thelma Andrews and Miss record is one which America in every way bE'tter'cltlzens than WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

,n. Dorothy Lambe were visitors to their home on Walnut Street might study with profit. the pre-war or immediate post "Hold Your Man" STERNBERG'SStarke

Jacksonville Sunday. The English "bobby" armed only war generation In our schools .
Irs. L. H. Futch of Hampton Friends of H. B. Purvis. who has with a stick Is not a very heroic- They are frank and outspoken and Jean\ Ilarlow, Clark ilnlile .'. '

.- a visitor here Tuesday after- Mrs. J. G. Godwin and sons of been seriously ill at the Veterans' appearing figure. But that he is their professions are much more Also Selected' Short Hul>J JU I :

n, the State Farm were visitors here Hospital In Lake City sufferingfrom capable and efficient In protecting likely to conform to their practices. ,

Wednesday afternoon. a large carbuncle, will be society his record proves. -St. Petersburg Liquor plays little or no partIn (-I- "l '",j
fin '
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to know that
:verett B. Burney of Lawteya glad he Is slowly improving Times. the lives of more than ninety- : : Florida'I :

business visitor here Wed- Williston Tuesday evening, but will be confined to the MRS. ANNIE STOKE five per cent of high school students 'I ,

!sy. where be was the principal speakerat hospital two or three weeks longer. Mrs. Annie Stokes, 79, died Sat- despite the vast amount of FRESH i .I

a Masonic lodge meeting.and urday at her home In Tampa. The publicity given to prohibition' ;
Miss Louise of Ocala and
t A. Dew and children of Jack- Bryant body arrived in Starke Monday supposed demoralization of the

tile were visitors to Starke son, Ralph, of Lake City spent Miss Aggie Bush Johnson of Haw- morning by train and was taken to young."

y. Sunday In Starke with Mr.. Balsden's Miss thorne Mary were Canova week-end at her guests home on of Kingsley Lake cemetery where funeral That generalization does not appear FLORIDA AND D) WESTERN MEATS

father, W. W. Baisden. services were conducted by to be overdrawn. Many evidences f1'
L. D. Green Is convalescing Walnut, Street. These young ladies Rev. W. 'F. Jones, pastor\ 'ot'J.he are at h&nd.to' show that ,
among'thoseattending .
fer home 'after several days' Mrs. L.'A. Brown and daughter, were Methodist Church, with IntetmentIn the young people of 1933 are look '
is. Miss Iris, of Brooker were visitorsto the Florida-Georgia football gameIn the family plot. The DcW'\, IU d. ahead with clearer notionof f
Ing a LOIN STEAK Lb. 18c
Jacksonville _. i
Starke Monday afternoon.Mr. Saturday after- Jones morticians had charge of "What it's all about" than did __ "'i "
orge Baisden of Jacksonville noon. the funeral arrangements here. 1
their .
parent! They recognize
1
ending several days here with and Mrs. Clayon Stricklandand Misses Edna.'Carrie and Garnita Survivors ,are, one daughter' froth for wljat' it Is. A smart ROUND STEAK, Lb. _. 15c
'ives. visitors to Mrs. Debbie Williams of
two children were Jacksonville
I Lake Butler Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Hutto spent the week-end In Wild- two sons, W. M. and E. A. magazine, popular only a few 1
'
years ago with college students, STEW MEAT Lb. | lOc
I wood and Oxford with friends. _
rs. Carrie Howe Smith of Law- Stokes both of Tampa and a sister has -- -
.he vernacular "folded
IQ up"for
visitor here Jr. and They were accompanied home Sunday Mrs. Ruth of Brooker.
was a Tuesday Paul B. Canova, Broskey
nlng.. I son, Paul III, have been the guestsof afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. J. hero want of yesteryear of support. isn't The football lionized FINE DRESSED :CHICKENS

I relatives in Ocala for several W. Scott, Miss Mary Alsobrookand KIIIJE McKINNEY
McEver and John McKinney George Blair of Wildwood who Funeral Services for Rhue McKinney quite so much as he was. Why'"We 1

raham were visitors to Starke days. enjoyed a short visit at the Hutto 20, of Starke, who 'diet see him In the classroom," 4

day. Mrs. J. B. Sapp is convalescinga home. Sunday In a Jacksonville hospital one young lady, smilingly told an TISON'S ';

home on Cherry Street froma after a long illness was held at Inquirer. Athletics are increasingly MEAT MARKET
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. the residence regarded as means of acquiring
family Monday
gene Heiberger of Jackson- three weeks' illness with influ Lazenby are
and Gordary Helberger of the. enza. announcing the arrival of a son morning at 9:00: o'clock with Rev. personal enjoyment and health and Next Door to HolIingsworUi Shoe Shop
. not as public spectacles alone. In 34
ted States Navy Norfolk, Va., I Joe Dowling Lazenby, Monday October C. C. Butler pastor of the Graham

are visiting relatives at Key- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelly of New 30 at their home in Lake Christian Church, officiating; Interment short, a new youth, not quite so
Butler. Mrs. Lazenby will be was made in the In candescent as his older brotheror PHONE:
e Heights, were visitors toke River were In Starke Tuesday visiting remembered family.
here as Miss Jessie Lee clot at Brown cemeterv. U sister ia emerging from these
Wednesday. Miss Lorie
their daughter. .
.
Kelly who Is! a patient at the Dowling, and has taught in the Those surviving the deceased are late depression days. -. -- 4
schools f'Bradford County for his father, J. A. J. McKinney of' The plain lact of the matter in. -
Hospital. / -
pill
NT several terms. Graham; two sisters Mrs.. Carrie I however, that the whole world Is -
A
WORD George Flynn, who is spending Fowler of Lake Wales and Mrs: getting over a giddy headache, I

several weeks in Klngsroad, S. C., Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Mrs. O. A. Casale Graves of Graham: and 'two brought on by the World War. It Insurance (Gives
I Anderson Mrs. brothers Is seeing more than It did. Company WarningTo
, COLUMN will arrive today for a visit here William Norris Eugene and M. L. McKinney clearly ,
Mrs. Charles Imbach and Mrs. W. of.Starke. The response to the National Recovery -
with his
RENT-Six-room house on family. C. WpotenpC Law t ey were iq J3a.11- TRAIN SCHEDtLE Act Is in Itself testimonyof Its Policy-Holder in Starke .
3 win (Tuesday' evening"attending CHANGESThe a growing understanding of the
|'rtli Cherry Street. Apply J.-'M. Edwards of the State Road
"Friend'.'Night" at the Baldwin troubles of economics and social
hcreen.j ll3tfFS | Department with headquarters at I following changes In train And Adjacent T Territories
chapter, Order of Eastern Star health. Newspapers are printing
Uacclenny, spent the week-end schedules went Into effect Sunday, ..
FOR SALE-Or will trade Mrs. Anderson substituted for Mrs. less news on "sex, money and F
here with his family November. S: :
):( corn and half cash. O. R. Robert Tanner of Baldwin at the Southbound Due Starke crime" to make space for news on ,

Bostwick, Fla. 10-20-tf Mrs. M.'E. Edwards of Jackson- station of Rut No. 1 (Local)._.____10.58: P% M. science ucation., business Labor ,controversies religion, and ed You no doubt have been contacted by former

villa is spending some time with No. 11 (Local)____ 8:57: A. M. are
SU-:
( : Syrup cans, all sizes;: I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny' Baisden being settled more and more by arbitration employees of the United Burial and Insurance :
No. 107
her son-in-law and daughter. Judge (Limited) _.__ 9.52: A. M.
o good bottles. Mrs. Vonda Inman Mrs. J. L. and Sees and less
supply quart by violence
.and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I Northbound Due Starke Company, for the purpose ofjjfbhanginK; your
ke Hardware Co. 10-27-tf Simmons Mrs. Clifton Brown, Miss and bloodshed. In abort
No. 2 (Local)__.___ 6:08: A. !of. insurance. Therefore askTyou
to bewareof
Estelle Kendrick and Miss Lelia youth Is but one of of we
signs
SALE-Big, new trailer, $30. :ifra. F. A. Moore of Gainesville No. 12 (Local)..:.____ 3:17: P. M. many
Dea Andrews were in Lake City the times that a new epoch la agents who insist that because
I't 40.( Auto trunk, $7. SeeA. baa been the guest for several daysof afternoon No. 108 (Limited) __,._ 6:11 P. 1>1. emerging. they no
Sunday where Mrs. -The Rotarian.
Gray, at School. Il-10j2tp her brother-in-law and sister Brown, Miss Andrews and :MieN i: "',Starke And Wunnre Brunch -. S longer represent such company.that you must
Mr. a ,," J. B. Sapp. No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:00: A. "M.
: .Mrs. "Secret change your insurance. Men who
Kendrick presented a program at service agents learn that practice
SALE--Arbor vitae, 2 for No. 102 Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M.
the U. S. Veterans' which many former bootleggers turn- 1 such schemes
are
Hospital not
; are your frLends they
> orlpanders, 25c each; Buick Mr. and Mrs. Charlie E. Johns are
olr car, 2500. Call next and son were In Hugh Monday aft was sponsored by the Starke CI.KIIK'I HEPOIIT ing to counterfeiting. Turning? only seeking their profit at you/ loss. .
327 Clarke Street. It Mrs. Johns' American Legion Auxiliary. !Stark' Florida November 1. 1933. -Richmond Times-Dispatch.
ernoon visiting par- a Report of the Clerk of the Circuit S
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ents Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brinson. Court for Bradford County Florida,
"t E
MRS. A. A. 1'I.NHOLSTEK DIES Department of
['- Agriculture
plan
About three weeks ago on on account of tax.. aiiea..d for the
gsley Lake Highway, one Friends of Mrs. A. A. Pinholster, year 11131.U. would cut hog production by five
f glasses in brown leather Mrs. A. F. Sauls and little 77, widow of the late D. W. Pin- A.('KNIGHT...n.,. Proper'o Tax Collector. million' animals. History's biggest United Burial I and Insurance Co.

Reasonable reward offered granddaughter. Audrey Bedley, holster, will regret to learn of her balance duo. Oct. 1. .1 J. 31.04 pork chop.-Arkansas Gazette.
turned to office. Itp were in Fernandina the first of the sudden death at her home in St. By amount coll.c-t.d------- 1104.05 G. O. HOWARD, President.
printing E. N. To balance due Nov. 1..___ 1,62901: ,
week Mrs. Bedley. ..
visiting
last week with Inter- There ought to be a happy omen
Petersburg Fin. and Ferf.It.r. _-- --......- .
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SALE:-Genuine Missionary '' ment in that city. To balance due Oct. I. .__ 1,484.24 In the fact that the artist who designed - TTT -- -
iwberry plants, grown from Mrs. H. M. Snyder of Lawtey Mrs. Pinholater with her husband To By amount balance collected duo __1,__ U..U the NRA posters la named ---
Nov. 781.
of Allen Nurseries of Mary- waa In Starke during the week-end were residents of the Brooker c....,. Reed ..d Bride Coiner.-Beaton Transcript.BILIOUSNESS.

I II I [et last February, .$1.50 per visiting her brother and stster-ln- section for several years later To By balanc.amount due collected.-Oct. 1 .. __ .. .UII.3 r Wake Up Your Liver Bile

d fob. Castleberry. Free law, Mr. and Mrs. Pate GassettMr. moving to St. Petersburg.Those To balance. due Nov. 1 _-' l 1..34.41,"0tt jor" i
\ '181 upon request. N. P. Thur- surviving the deceasedare (oehfy Sfkool ( ...,*!

C&atleberry. Ala. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain and' : Two daughters, Mrs. S. W To By balance amount due collected Oct.. t.... --_ 2.94142 ll'i.7H

i027I4t1117SALEMissionary | | son of Lake City were guests Sun-I rillia, Clearwater, and Miss Lou To balance due Nov. 1- 1,7(44 -Wit out CalomelAnd
day of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley L. An- I Amanda Pinholster of St. Petersburg C...ty Pella i.'a Sour* ftlomnclt !
balance I
due Orl. 1J 00
j Strawber- drews at their home on Cherry I ; five eons, S. A. Pinholster of By amount collected JOH 2ft/ 00 gas and headache .- -
Plants l by bed the thou- Street. I To balance dueNo.. 1__ 1300 You'll Jump Out of Bed If Ibis bUs I. mot flawlBf ,...17. :jon -,
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These or by I Jacksonville, R. W Pinholater of fatal ....-Nehevl Itr..... ditejo in the Morning Rarin' Go fowl doMnt dl...&. It jut dteajs !. the
plants are grown on II I Miami, G. D. Pinholster of Ormond, To balance due Oct. 1, .. .723.31 to bow.U.. a.. bloat up you ...._... Yoa ,
I Pound and from fresh nur- Miss Hazel Adkins, student at D. W. Pinholater of Dado R r amount collected.__ .. 1,87425 CONSTIPATIONI1jkS have a Utok, bd tart ud :Four br..U t
I ItOdc. ]I City, To balance due Nov, 1._ ___ 2,849.01 If you feel our and sunk and !. foul, ikte ofua fcrMli out IB bl_
I have the plants and Florida State College for Women. and L. A. Pinholster of St. Peters- Total .....-........1 Bo...... the world lo ks punk, don't swal Uhn. Ymir hued _h.. and iron feel dow. -- -
need to raMe some berries for will spend the week-end here with I burg. To balance due Oct. 1-__..... 42.00 low a lot of salts mineral water and. out Toot! 'what ( .'- U polconwl.lt. .

l 1elt: $easi. See me or write her parents, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. S To By amount balance "nll.ct.d.elill.4.due Nov. I _. 1.43ll.il=\ oil, laxative: candy or chewing; II .* thoM _c!. old CARTER'

rur expect 1 acreage, we can Adkina. CEMETERy'WORKIXQ ., ............ gum and expect them to make you LITTLJC LlVCK PILL8U ... u....Ow.peosdi 0 (
A. J. GriFFIS.' S-18U I There will be a cemetery work To balance due Oct. U_ 26).SI11O40 suddenly) sweet and buoyant and of\kU lID..'.. '.....7 and make
fly ._. t..,
amount collected you -mt sal ap.N T"'p ontaln 'woa t
fEDERAl Mrs. J. B. Carllala returned home I I ing a the B. J .Sapp cemetery ':'o balance due Nov. 1-.. 152.tim full of sunshine. tl.rfu. I ibwmlaac" ....u.- vegetable ..atret. '
LAND BANK la Sunday from a visit with relativesn'Qcalai.andw.a3 .I Thursday, November 16. 10Wldawr'a> frmmlf if For they can't do it. They only .. tmtttmg ih.s it w>im to. nakla -
Offering balancedae Oct. 1 ,.__ 2.3t I *
to ; 3 move the bowels and th bile low Irnly '
some attractive accompanied I WM. MW BMMA' MH HAMM- Oy amount collected._____ 11041 a mere move-
&*1 tern i on farms In Starke by her mother, Mrs. John Elizabeth queen of the Belgians, To balance due Nov 1Kaad ___jIo 112.10 ment doesn't get at the cause. The Bat "Jo...> a>k for Uv." pllla. A>k fo. -'4
"orlda. Vrite or see Au- Melts, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Is 10 learned in the lore of ancient cad Hrld.. l.t.rat reason for your down-and-out Cart.r'. UMI lJ".. Pl. Look .for u... '
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I sP 'r''.l Real Estate Media and baby, who returned to Egypt'that she can even decipher } balance due Oct. 1------ '.'''.n out two on thaj red labaL K..mt a
, I0"*. < ..== == pounds of liquid .
/ Starke Florida. 9-15-tf their home Monday. hieroglyphics. y amount collected bile into bowels). ubitituU.. til at drug tton. '
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I r SANDSPUR IN BOY'S THROAT LICATA FOUND
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..f171Je ,trn+s a.srw ar er. SARASOTA-A sandspur which TAMPAA \.
Hints To HousewivesWeekly lunacy ,
I had lodged In the windpipe of has found Victor Lie !mm?:.

1 seven-year-old Gus Heury was removed cused of slaying fly

from Home Demonstration by use of a bronchoscope his family, to be crime. ,",,'ber
FARMERSSECTIONConducted Specialists. Tallohasw LIVE STATE NEWS here last week. The boy said he with the report saying, 111.
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had fallen in some weeds and tlon was acute and dlt.n,

Demonstration Agents BETTER BREAKFASTS News of Florida in Short Paragraphs sucked the sandspur Into his was accused of killim( ''., J.,
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by mouth he breathed heavily. with
Breakfast Is the meal upon J as an axe here Octet,,.,, ,-

which "most of the world's workIs Attorney J. Rex Farr,,", 'ale
CUBAN BEER GOES CHEAP
had not decided whcth, .
_. done. ,
.ger......-, g..aypys Tic ..-.a. ;;;- Florida breakfasts may nearly -- MIAMI-Cuban beer 72,000 bot- the slayings before th. < tar!P J

always contain a fruit In season. tles of It-was knocked down to a
Production Credit Plain canned fruits or fruit Juicesare MULLET SPECIALCARRABELLEA CAPONE'S AIDE ARRESTED broker's exchange here for approx- JUDGE lli'LEGGEIMIAMIFederal

RURAL easily prepared to tide one over catch of 40- MIAMI-Alleged by police to be imately four and a half cents a
PlannedFor
COMMON SENSE Assistance the scarce season. 000 mullet\ In the seine yards at the bodyguard of "Sonny" Capone bottle in a government sale. The der Akerman took Judff a Ale
State Farmers The flavor of fresh fruit at Carrabelle\ Beach Saturday made It son of Al Capone notorious Chicago beer had been abandoned to the stopping "this tep tov'

By SPUDS' JOHNSON breakfast activated both the appe- necessary for the Seaboard Air gang leader who Is now In the government for non-payment of business" here smuggling when n bv: p
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-- tite and the cheerful disposition. Line Railroad to.run a 'Mullet Federal penitentiary Peter Fin- import duties and brought $3,325: James Williams to three jenta

GAINESVILLE E. Richie Preserves do not lave the same Special" from here to Tallahasseeto \ negan was arrested here for driv- plus $540 state tax paid by the charge of having landed year ,,
4r' I FARMERS: AND GROWERS SEEKING and Kenneth Murphy of the Pro- effect. In South Florida Japanese carry the fish to market. ing an automobile with an Improper purchaser. loaded with liquor a B
CONSTANTLY duction Credit Corporation of Columbia -! persimmons are now being used for license plate. He later was Williams near Dn

USEFUL! INFORMATION S. C., are in Florida for I breakfast and in West Florida the SWEPT BV FLAMESJACKSONVILLEFour released on $50: bonds. STOPS CUSSIN' Ga.. and pleaded formerly lived in Ma,

the purpose or assisting farmers in satsumas are ripe. blocksof PAHOKEE-W. T. P. Geiger had made a dozen guilty saying
Farming as a business la becom- organizing local production credit Which shall It be? Eggs friedin summer residences and amuse- KICK ON WAGES building contractor here has a with successful t
smuggled
ing more complicated from year It to is associations through which they I water or fat? Wny not try two ment buildings on the ocean frontat ST. PETERSBURG Chargingthat plan to keep workmen on the job Florida and the Bahama liquor bets
'K year and as time goes by may obtain credit for crop production. tablespoonfuls of thin cream to an Jacksonville Beach were razed the code adopted by local restaurant from swearing and the plan works. Island

necessary for one who would be be Mr. Richie spent last weekin I egg and scrambled in a buttered by fire of undetermined origin last owners Is an attempt "to As soon as a workman hears one FA'I HER-1.11LS

I successful in the business to and Dade County while 1>lr. Murphywas skillet\ week. Damage was estimated at defeat the aims and objects of the of his mates utter an oath he dls- SARASOTA.Nicholas S0\
ever on the alert for new Ideas in St. Johns County. Richie / MO[ '
Bur- .Bacon may be added to the approximately 200000. NRA. A. S. Myrick, president of paches a messenger for drinks. seventeen-year-old
suggestions for Improvement. expects to be Manatee Lee and School the St. Petersburg Hotel and Res- Chlcagi, w
working man's breakfast. Cost of the drinks is charged Is under arrest
all here
densome surpluses in of recent nearly years, I Seminole Counties in the near fu children should have two eggs and USE OLD INDIAN WELL taurant Employes Union, last week against the offender. Worst of all, of his father, who charge'>n mpl;
farm products FT. MYERS-The site of an old termed the adoption of the code of thel
with other conditions, ture.Both a, glass of milk.It to some person's way thinking $300 from him. Young
combined I Monak
resulted in lowered prices for Mr. Richie and Mr. Murphy is the unpleasant odor of fried Seminole Indian well has been selected "an entering wedge for a return to the drinks are soft ones. For Geiger $100 when he was arrester I

I have nearly all products of the soiL spent a day in conference with officials -' foods that causes many children to by the city of Ft. Myers as former pitiful wages." ; is a temperance man. local hotel, and said h< her I
of the Agricultural Exten- the location of soft water
lowered prlces'In turn have have no appetite for breakfast.Hot a new I here a week Admitting
These forced to decrease their sion Service here. D. E. Timmons, bread---if thoroughly cookedIs supply. The spot. Just 600 feet EMPLOYMENT: FOR 800 I DEPEND ON TUITION the money, Monak said tit u eft t
producers economist with the state service, not harmful. Well browned from the present plant, was chosen LAKELAND-About 300 per- GRACEVILLE- Public school
ti if semblanceof er having a dispute with '
production la costs to be made.any I has been loaned to the Production dry toast gives good exercise for after more than a dozen places In sons will be employed here about officials here are busy trying to according to police Ht 11', (a'
+ profit Credit Corporation for three the teeth, and it is easily prepared. the city had been tried and failedto November 15 when the H. A. Shaver collect the second month's tuition as saying his father. m jU

More travel between different months beginning November 1 and Cooked cereals are usually more produce the proper supply of Inc., citrus canning plant opens from parents of pupils enrolled in was afraid of banks. i. RU'
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sections of this country and be- will assist In conducting educational nourishing and less expensive than water. for the season it has been an- the Graceville schools. Fees are den the money. ui

tween this and other countries has work in connection with the the prepared products. -- nounced. Between 400 and 500 applications being collected from each pupil _

', caused pests to spread. Farming organization of local association. When the school child has WANTS FLORIDA WIFE for positions already with which to operate the schools The heartfelt-T sigh i,>r r

nowadays Is a constant battle and be- As explained by Mr. Richie and enough fruit, milk eggs cereal or TALLAHASSEE Gov. Dave have been made and it.was indi- until funds are received from the comes from General ,Johnson

tween the farmer and insects Mr. Murphy farmers desiring to toast for breakfast he has no room Sholtz found the most outlandish cated that bona fide residents and state In sufficient amount to main- garter suspenders and belt in,

disease organisms The grower these borrow money for crop production for coffee. The working man may request of them all when he opened the more experienced workers tain them for a propose eight try has pledged the NRA tUport '

must know how to control his purposes will be organized Into local add one cup of coffee, but should his mail one day recently. A would be given preference. ,months' term. Co-operation of par- -Richmond Times-Dispe
pests or he loses money on production credit associations, not depend upon it for nourishment. "lonesome widower" writing from 'ents during the first month of the -

farming activities. with each association covering one I Coffee is not a food; it is merely a Carlsbad, N. M., asked the chief SEMINOLE BEAUTY DIES !present school term was said to There are now four women rIng

Scores of years of cultivation or more counties. Ten or more, stimulant. executive. to find him a wife in FT. MEYERS-Lena Cypress have been fairly good. engineers in the United SUil.
; and thousands of years of leaching potential borrowers can incorporate -' Start the day right with two Florida, one who will aid him in locating wife of Richard Osceola is dead. I

rainfall and other factors peculiar an association, but the detailsof glasses of water then a good jobs as a painter or gla- She was reputedly one of the most

I. V to a sub-tropical climate have re- its organization: and the personnel breakfast. zier. The writer said he was forty- beautiful of Seminole Indian women FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur
sulted In many of Florida's soils of its board of directors mustbe 9 four years old, without children, She died five days after bear-

becoming deficient in some of the approved by the Federal Inter- Purebred Angus Herd and was "willing; to marry on ing a son, according to informa- Many Years'Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render

elements needed for successful mediate Credit Bank of Columbia.Up short notice to any party that can tion brought 60 miles afoot here by EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERMCE

.. plant growth. The grower must to seventy-five 'per cent of To Be Used In North aid m@ a little to success." Governor braves of the tribe who reported toW MODERATE PRICES

know more about fertilizers and the capital stock of each local as- Sholtz replied saying he had Stanley Hanson white spokesman e DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY

', \ fertilizing practices than'formerly.. sociation will be supplied by the Florida Beef Studies 'enough work to do now without for the Indians. The child 8TARKE, FLORIDA

: The progressive grower must use federal government through the [entering Cupid's field. I was turned over to an aunt. I

every available means of keeping Production Credit Corporation. By QUINCY-A herd of seventeen -- -- .. .
J abreast of developments In his rediscounting Its notes with the purebred Aberdeen Angus cattle to

.. field.He Intermediate Credit Bank each local be used In beef cattle experimentalwork .
must be a regular reader of will be enabled to loan about is expected to arrive at the

farm journals the newspapers, and five tlmea the amount of Its capital North Florida Experiment Station

bulletins on agricultural subjects. stock. Each borrower must buy here thla! week. The cattle, con-
Y Both the United States Depart- stock in his local association equalto sisting of eight cows four heifers

". ., ment of Agriculture;the State Experiment five per cent of his loan. The and five young bulls are being
Station and Extension business of the local associationwill sent here by the Bureau of Animal Blanks

Service and the State Departmentof be run by the local stockholders Industry of the United States Department Legal

Agriculture have free bulletins but I Is subject to approval by of Agriculture and will

which are well worth careful the Intermediate Credit Bank.It be used In co-operative experimental -:

perusal. Part of the long nights of was explained that the rate of I work according to an an-

winter may well be devoted to Interest to be charged the bor-:nouncement by II. Harold Hume

more reading. rower is 6V4 per cent plus Inspec- I assistant director of the Florida

The radio offers another opportunity tion fees. Chattel mortgages on I Experiment Station. ." We the in Stock '
Carry
F to catch valuable ,Jnforma- the crop and other personal prop- The young bulls will be grown i I. Following : /::.

tion litterally out of the air. erty.will secure the loan. I out and placed on cattle farms In

County and home demonstration this section of the state. The new

:; agents are located! in many of the 4-H Boys And Girls herd will be used in a number breed-of Warranty Deeds
beef cattle studies Including
counties and should be used to the
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:'gt 1! fullest extent possible. Farm and Join In National Ing work both purebred. and native 1

r home tours and meetings conducted cows being used.
:). by them nearly always are of Achievement Day The experiment station now has Bills of Sale
four herds of cattle being used In
V.lue to Interested observers. One -
beef cattle studies in
1.. citrus grower on a citrus tour GAINESVILLE-Florida's 12.- cooperationwith
; the bureau, Mr Hume.In Short Form Chattel
says
f recently said that h ewas not obi 000 boys and girls of then Club Mortgages
addition to native cows, a herdof '. :
taining much information that joined in a nation-wide radio cele-
Devons is located at
he could use immediately but bration of the year's achievement purebred ..
the Everglades station, Belle
; he was certainly storing up some last Saturday as they told of their Mortgage DeedsTurpentine I
Glade; a herd of Red Polledaat the
i uesful facts for the future.. work and heard many fine com-
West Central Florida station,
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ments about It
by outstanding
herd of Herefordsat
Brooksvill a
PLANTING TRUCK CROPS Floridana. ; LeasesAgreements '
the main station Gainesville.Dr. : "
V CHIPLEY-,About 150 acres of They received personal congrat- E. W. Sheets, chief of the animal ..; :
fir harvested ulations over the air from the first '
cucumbers are now being division of the Bureau
1; husbandry .
in Washington County and lady of the, state-Mrs. Dave of Animal Industry, has for Deed <\ :

close to 200 acres of cabbage for Sholtz; from Congressman W. J. evinced considerable Interest in .'. .
the spring market will be planted Sears; from Dr. Wilmon Newell, A. .
livestock studies! In Florida says
j' soon reports County Agent Gus P Spencer Miss Flavia Gleason Mr. Hume, and his division is cooperating Land Contracts > ;/ I f'
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York. and R. W. Blacklock of the Florida with the experiment sta : < $\ .

These crops were plants all over Agricultural Extension Service and \ .,'
after the county agent State Home Demonstration Department '
the county : ".'
aftd leading farmers staged a cam- and ohers. These talks tion.What Bladder LaxativeShould Plain Notes :< ':'". /.f >
were presented over Florida stations a r' *
paign in which the acreage was ""tr' .' ,
They were planned as as part of a coasttocoast4H ;* I
; signed up. do. Work on the bladdera. t
cash crops but the food they will achievement program over the castor oil on the bowela. Drive I' Retain Title Notes i : :, .: :

be considerable since farmers in National Broadcasting chain. out Impurities and excess acids that >''"'
every community have a small Club work In Florida has been cause Irritation which ..eault. In getting ,
acreage. constantly gaining in membership, up night, frequent desire' ,
.' ._-- in the number of 4-H projects the burning leg pain. or backache
;J' Also the
The Farm Credit Administration 'boys and girls are carrying, and BU-KETS (Ii- Ifr. Tablets I* a pleasant Following Signs:

says that farmers should apply for especially in the number of proj- laxative. Get a 25 cent box "
; loans directly to secretarytreasurers ects completed; all of this in spiteof from your druggist. After four daysIt : t
not relieved BO back and get your '
of national farm loan associa- more trying times. Y
tions, authorized correspondents of As the U. S. Marine Band played I money. You will feel good afterthis : For Rent Signs ;N :
and .
I cleansing you get your regular _
the Federal Land Bank or to the "The Plowing Song" many a boy Bleep. Mltch U'* Drug Store t r6 .
bank itself. A number of unofficial was proud that it was his 4-H Club BU-KET8 U beet seller.In .
a
ays :
., and unauthorized individuals national anthem, and as "Dream- >. Closing Signs : .: "\
}f have sought to collect fees or commissions Ing" was struck up many a girl the (''''"." Court at Itradford ..
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Florida. In .
I from farmers for the so- took it as the dreams of what her C..ty. No. Set l'aaceery.l'ece .' ,

called service of helping them obtain home must be like. From Washington A. H. Ware. Complainant V*. James No
," loans. the boys and girls heard a talk, E. doodfellow et al. Defendant.. : ; Trespassing Signs '
"Building for the Future" by ORDER': CiV SF3RVICR: ;
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NOTICE TO API'EAitTHE '
George I N Peek, administrator of t
STATE OF FLORIDA:
Smilin- Charlie Say the Agricultural Adjustment Act To William :Dawson and Jim Daw-
; and a report of the year's achieve- ion, the residence of each of whom And Office Supplies
:
I U 4603 Crlttend :Drive In the City
ments by Dr. C. B. Smith chief of of Louisville, County of Jeffernkn.State (
f I the office of co-opertlve extension of Kentucky IT 13 HKREHYOKDEKED ," I
that you and each of you i \..:' :
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work In the U. S. Department of .
the 4th
are required to appear on
Agriculture.Mrs. day In December, A. D. 19S3, before l.; Carbon ,
the above entitled. Court to the PaperTypewriter > '
Sholtz deep'apprectation -
expressed a .
amended and supplemental bill. of : '"
of farm life and of the complaint filed against you and eachof ;.}.f:
NA'R! value of better homes and said you In the above entitled cause, ...
seek to .
wherein the complainant Ribbons
that she had faith in the farms and foreclose a certain mortgage as a :
homes that Florida's 4-H Club boys first and prior lien superior to the
e et olalm of each of you. over the following -
I and girls would soon build. She described lands and premise
has formerly expressed her appre- In Hradfnrd County, Florida, to-wit Rubber Stamps
The SKH. of 8RV. and E!>* of 8\VH
I ciation of fine club work by the of SKt4 of Section It. also beginningat
gift of registered pigs to club the Northeast corner of SectionID. .
Sears Township 5 South 'Hang tt Beet .
memebrs. Congressman and run South on section line I 1024feet
dwelled at length on citizenship, thence West 16SO feet thence
North 100 feet, thence East 1'20
In the
what he
and explained saw font to point of beginning all In
j: 4-H program that was building Township 5 South. Hanitu 13 .:...t. Bradford
: better citizens. and Hradford County Telegraph I I.her."Y I. County Telegraph
ITule Greene h. designated a* the newspaperIn
4 says which thl. notice shall be published
think his baby is A processing tax of twenty-eight erutlv once week each week for four con- :

cents a bushel on corn to be leviedat Wltnes the Honorable A. Z. Ad- ,
gonna be a barlxarhe's point of first processing became kin. a. Judge of this Court and the

got such good, effective November S. It was imposed seal of County.this Court Florida In Stark.this 34th Bradford day- I Phone .

by the United States Depart of October 1!>33. 29 :

s earsf VTioldJn'a, ment of Agriculture the proceedsto (Official\ A.Clerk J. THOMAS Circuit!,Court. III

'comf be used In making benefit and Seal Bradford County. Florida.,
rental payments to corn growers Knight A Knight Stark. Fla.Attorney .
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WHERE DID TERM: "CIt.CKER"ORlOINATE'r ,

.1 t FLORIDA ?"HbISit.i'TS91O2DA .6t.I ' *i [[Economic Hi.ghlightsl .. N .." ".." M4tq

r, rhapn there( are several ver-

"tU: : loiu about the real origin of the ... t'1"1"1'.:', .."':".-: ,.... .,: ......1:" ,.. ,..Jt' Ifi:<".r.r'" "" ,''' ':..r' '!"':'t'''''' ''' "Io.o.... ,' .,.Il
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(a; f rm "Cracker." And no doubt llal ttnln. liliU-nd That \frcrt Cheeks the etttl nlnnrrI'nlln 'lav : . -: ; ";;:::": '):: _"";,':;': ''.: .:. ::,::\!: -,:.);; ". --- Ii!
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they are a.lllnterestlngjl t as laterestlng Hill nf l .Ihl.I..Iu. -:% ;
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i !5.! ib Vord is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Ptalm 119:105.: ta the explanation which ..... ami InfirimtUiiml Problem 'S ; ...:>>' : -:' : : '::'';' 'f

ale'P iMeparable From" I.ore I Welfare "' ".'' .;; :Qo'P
rItIArlauf friiuti All religious teaching, doctrine or appeared in one of the Atlanta papers : -.- _iNOI-. IB ,.. ".',_'.-._"".. '

LnU J creed, if they are to have any claims some time ago. It is now( expected that the New zuo y/s-- -- J BBpBa73LO&DA'S

the love, loyalty ana devotion o(the people must be in harmony with According to this story many Year will nee the approval of all ..

.GEItAlet: Whings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice years ago when the capital of the industrial codes. At this writIng 7<.OCk'S wea5l+si
human heart, and f ie was 8aid ln John 7j46,"NEVER MAN II
whom the
i Georgia was Mllledgevllle, a large fifty-nine code, covering

1 tOIl town in farming section and when basic industries< have been. ap- t t.rk I 2
I Cantors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to usa this dement oxen, instead of automobiles sup- proved. One hundred thirtysevenare "' '- ... .,. m"-''.- .'". .-.. II
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bv pi ., !......, '):. 'e \\ II ( &. #5 P. : .AIylly ... '
for news of church activities, organizations and announce plied the that moved the being revised. Forty-seven are c. : ?; : It : :: _y. .,._
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freely given and no charge made thn ,". : ; .
: ice only requirement farmer and hia) produce to town, scheduled for early hearings. By "",*"" ",,."....''t"iA't: ; . .. "
t that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning these farmers in the early morn- the time this Is read the retail -._ ,,__ .. \1 lz CIW': ..!.... ..t- : -
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ap they cannot be handled for current Ixsue. < : '. ,, "
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. Dm ntino Ing hours on Saturdays, and by code, which was one of the most ,. )" 1 1.iy ,; '1

I Malytnr lantern light, yoked their oxen difficult, will have been .approve* -- -!" ."' :.o.J"1 \; ..(<-..

HIKE CHURCH DIRECTORYFirst Silas, and brought them out, and sometimes six or even eight head, unless an unlooked-for problem ___. ltrJ". ; "., .w't' '' YY ai :, :- .:::. 1::_ at.I

ful i said Sirs, what must I do to be to the wagon, and moved toward crops up. Most interesting feature -..-.. .--'i". -: 11:>jl( (;",.:':..:::-<+ ..... ""_.i':il' i-" : ...._
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betllHnnd Baptist Church saved? And they said Believe on Mllledgevllle to barter their produce of this code is that It will eliminate : 4'" ... ...::0,., lI'. "' '' ..- '., .:::.,'l.a

tv I J. Johnson, pastor. the Lord Jesus Christ and thou for the next week's necessi- selling at less than inventory cost ../r.-- ......_. r-.1'-
shalt be saved and thy house." I ties. a practice which has been prevalent .:\I.o, .. -.. .
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>IS jnlng Worship-11:00: A. M. The Holy Spirit guided Paul on I Instead of linen, each farmer especially among large ,"'- oi..._ -:,.,.'"," _.... .. __
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Mo' y P U6:30: P. M. his missionary journey. Only those used a long whip with which to stores which advertise "leaders"at ..-.Jt"-O: !;'.:: ;... .:,'....::..fIrf ....... .,....-...!..i """ UL'- M
who desire such guidance and have guide and control his team. As he less than cost in hope that cus- I.....'". ",4i ---..\,- ..........""...... ,rzdofA
<" VC ,citing Worshlp-7:30: P. M. .. -,'. ..-.;,... ;"'!", :..!"':\..,...- ..v--. : .,,'=' I', '
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Invitation extended to faith In God's promises would be walked along beside the wheel yoke tomers buying them will buy other ,..c.:" "" """ ".""""""" ;." """" '"._ ......" -. -.. .-_ vV n'l..r- J
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ese services. assisted. ever and anon, as occasion required, goods on which a profit ia mide ::; : :: _z- : ..

flak ---- The reason for the Jailer starting oxen to cracklaupthhrdshrdl cmfw Very small stores, in towns of h

ed i Methodist ChurchF to kill himself was that a Roman his long whip lash darted out over towns of bottom-bracket popula- 7IeOTJ

far'- i Jailer was responsible with his life the backs of his plodding oxen to tion, will be immune to code provisions -

it t Jones pastor. for the safe keeping of his prisoners crack like a pistol shot as It .

eft day School, 10 a.m. and this man preferred to kill warned a lagging yoke to do its One Important NRA problem Is ; I<
at 11:00 .
ming worship : am.People's
. tar himself rather than suffer the hu- part, or urged those in the lead of going to be the attitude of the .,
, -ung Meeting-0:30: miliation of a execution. Su-
public
4UI a change of course.Eventually press. Here's where the recovery
icide was not regarded as a sin In
I Kuslut administration
the smaller side made; a possibly
'ening Worshlp-7:30: P. M. those days and some of the other-
1ht
mistake. When Gen-
roads all converged Into one main far-reaching
wise noblest of the Romans took
road on each side of town so that eral Johnson excluded two reporters -
Presbyterian Church their lives. It be
own will recalled
- from his confernce because hedldn.t
often there were dozens of wagons ,
r r 'v. George H. Lowry, minister. that after their defeat in the great each with Its yokes of oxen strungout like what they had been .
relcea Sunday November' 12: i battle near this very city, Brutus
on one behind the other, and each writing about NRA he was doing ."
,i In 00 A. M.-Sunday School. killed himself and Cassius com- the
with a farmer cracking his long, unprecedented. Then he put C
lUlspa. 00 A. M.-Mornlng worship; pelled his freedman to kill him. whip as they plodded along. his foot in deeper by advocating a
lI on by the pastor. The sanctity of life Is one of the for and .
licensing system papers,
The people of the town when
30 P II.-Christian Endeavor. teachings of Christianity, since the just about metropolitan editor -
every
icn n :30 P. M.-Evening worship; Son of God died to bring eternal they heard the distant cracking of in the country ran for his typewriter PeOOt/CES
I Sti.., and sermon. life to all. The Jailor's question the long whips would remark, onto .
On of NRA
top that an
cordial invitation to all our "What must I do to be saved?" Is another, "Listen the Crackersare representative in the South calledon MOST

ces extended to alt.NDAY still the greatest of all questions. coming!1" the editor of a medium-sized "
There Is other than That is Who has VAL.UABL.G FV
no answer the one version. ..
paper, told him that if he didn't
one given the Jailor "Believe on another-Tampa Times. /
stop making unfriendly comment
nder SCHOOL the Lord Jesus Christ and thou .
on NRA labor provisions, he'd find
shalt be saved." Not only shouldone UIIEKE THE SHOE PINCHES 1wAAlong .
himself in trouble. The editor -f' ''' 'f --. .
LESSONFOR believe on the Lord and accept TUB FARMERThe I
spoke up in his paper and found
Him as a Savior; he should follow ,' the whole press including the most Florida's east coast, there are Not very long ago the North Florida a
the Lord and obey Him. reason why farmers are
NOVEMBER 12, 1933 kicking over the traces against the zealous supporters. of the Roose- few places more interesting or unusual OTTER skin was known to sell as high

Paul in Macedonia. NRA la strikingly shown by a bulletin velt program, behind him. This than the famous BLOWING ROCKS nrJvpiter as $25. Even on n depressed market it

Men bject Text: "Believe on the of the Department of ,Agriculture threatened press censorship Is vitally .- Inlet. Here the coquina occurs brings as high as $5 to $7 depending on

Jesus Christ, and thou shalt Just received from Wash to important fly when and it really sparks comes are going to immediately along the coast. During can quality. Otters Are found In practically ;

ved." Acts 16:31.: BOB JONES ington. a head. taiu etazej of the tide and wind, the water every section of Florida but each year

son Text: Acts 16:9-15: j The Index of prices for farm rushes. tkrotuth pot holes in the rock with finds them less numerous. Though nU
belief Is that Mr,,
i. products on October 11 was 69 Generaly so** rtifk fore that a spray is forced generally known, Florida is one of thegreet.st

me Toaa and and Place Philippi.ter probably. A. D. ( OMMENTS lode compared of two with points 71 on in the October week.4, a free Roosevelt press-that Is heartily his mistake favor Is of In a high into the air. Front this phenomenon otter :producing a states in the s

\ the Council at Jerusalem, ../ ON But, on the other hand, the indexof not holding tight enough rein on the locality takes its name. Union.

and Barnabas returned to An. (0HERE AN* prices farmers had to pay for some of his assistants.
e u e until selling price at least! reached NOTICE'] Of wrtaNewwt Sr
the commodities was
and preached there for some HEREAFTER.Some they bought APPLICATION FOIL
TAX Uf1Jlfn
Then Paul separated from 116.5 on October 11 compared with I One fine afternoon back In 1914 cost price. Two governors expressed Notice I. hereby given that J. E.

bas, chose Silas as his trav- 117'on October 4. an obscure prince was shot In the themselves as being in Adkln. holder of Tax Certificate No wan V .
started out The Is fomenting violent equally obscure city of Sarajevo.To sympathy with farmers' strike. 486 Aril day of Auwuet A. D. 1983, ,
and disparity .wu
companion time ago a very charming hail filed raid certificate In my office Ib 1 1f
Cither missionary tour. Apy woman who Is the wife of a bishopin outbreaks from farm leaders most of the world the event Whole future of the administration and made application for tax deed to
of Paul'sfl and headaches In simply meant one more scarehead farm program Is at stake and : Inane thereon In accordance with
It was no part the Methodist Church said to causing severe law. Held. certificate" embrace the
I purpose to go beyond the me, "Dr. Jones during a session of the government offices at Wash and nothing more. Then armies strongest efforts will ba given to following, rieKrrlhed. property iittiiat-.
and began mobilizing. Lights burned bringing order from chaos.APPLICATION ed In Urartford County Florida" / to-
revisit
of Asia Minor, to husband Ington.
conference
the annual my wit ra. la 1-3 A. of HISH of HWW< The Biiqh Cost: &
then the churches he had al- can't sleep at night. He suffers Further significance Is a.ttachedI late in chancellories. The British lone 1.3 A. In 813 Cor. Suction 20,
established. At Lystra because he Is unable to give all the to the information In the bulletin I navy set out for maneuvers several' NOTICE Foil fill'TAX DEED Tp 7 8, It. 22 n., containing 13 acree. of' Not
The assessment of aald
he had been stoned he found ministers a good position." Thatis disclosing that on October 11 the weeks ahead of the normal time. Notice In hereby given that W. It under I the Raid certificate issued property wai Knotufnga
.by and took him with him. beautiful sentiment. The bishopIs local market price of wheat was And the greatest war in history Smith, holder of Tax Certificate No. In the name of Unknown.
191( aril 1 day of Aiiirust. A. D. Unless said .
1931 certificate hall be
Holy Spirit forbade him to a lovely man, but I thought (and only 66 per cent of the price neededto was underway. has filed ald. certificate In my office redeemed according to law tax deed re- propnty ewiur In ,.... uthliM w'
that region or Bithynia to remember that I am a minister) restore purchasing power at pre- Matters are not especially dif- and made application for taxdeed will: Issue thereon on the lath day of I Itirni.' poorly informnl about,inraraiic

arth. So he went over to that the bishop should be staying. war parity; cotton 61.8 per cent; ferent In Europe now. Hitler'swithdrawal with law.to. Issue Bald thereon certificate, In accordance,embrace November.Pateil thla A. 1)11th. 1933.day of October, u n.f ors fooiut u n l t.ar.Ijttr.np.runn.through. .boot tm?owe,?*

'. the ancient Troy near the awake at night because he can't i corn, 48.1 per cent; butterfat, 68.6( of Germany from the the: following property situated In A. D. l/tt. b nrtuuUr.vt hid' form of pnucnon In maid
.vest corner of Asia Minor.nd give all the churches a good per cent; beef cattle, 60.1 per cent, League of Nations and the disarm llrndforil l Oounty, Fli"rlrln! to-wlt: A. :J THOMAS."'

a vision appeared to Paul preacher. and hogs, 51.7 per cent. ament conference has sent the Sec SWVi' Li.of Tp.NWr 7 H.'', and 11 21 NWJ4 E., containing of 8W14. liutdtoril Clerk, of Circuit.UU'HY.Court.a'u.cme.i Thai wh+, 'I!: medW-end an fxntiiMvt d wiv o It'to find'toe Q

r night; There stood a man of All of which Indicates that NRA greatest scare since those 1914 80 Acres, more or Ie... to b.uvcd. from lea ,
Preachers have hard time buta
a .
The assessment fit maid
Ionia, and prayed him, say- has shoved the price of manufac- days through premiers and em- propertyunder NOTICE or FINAL" I11CC'lISIIOE Ham
preacher is only a means to an said certificate was landed In Notion In hereby given to all whom U iln Urn M to nnsb&p
Come over to Macedonia and end. He Is a bundle boy whose tured articles up much faster than perors congresses and parlia- the name. .of I* L.. Leach It may roiirorn that. t have filed, my reed. Or mmmntii Ml

is. And after he had seen business it Is to take gospel pack- the demand for food by re-em- ments. The Hitler position Is that Unless. according Raid certificate; to law shall tax be deed redeemed application Final report: for of acrounta I and made at./e_tnt ft*IV mufunnt_.. wMM._
discharge
to theHonorable
slon, Immediately we endeav- ployed and other the the Versailles treaty Is unbearablethat will Issue thereon the
on
ages and deliver them to the pea persons on 14th day of P1. K. ferryman. ., County
to go into Macedonia as- ple. The bundle boy is not the payrolls can boost farm prices. the refusal to meet Germanyon November Dated A. D. 1833. Judge! of Kradford<< County' Florida, HAROLD C. WALL :
this 11th of
:!ly gathering that Lord had most important member of a firm. The gap is the painful thing for the an equal basis so far as armaments A. D. 1933. day : October and>rocotid after. lr November make distribution 17th, 1113.1.of will the

I lus for to preach the gospel The firm Is Important and the peapie Farmers and they will continue to especially, are concerned, A. 3.: THOMAS estate of Don Krlffn deceasedMAUUL.1NI9 INSURANCE 1
them. Therefore loosing from feel the pinch until freer spendingby thrusts the blame onto the other Clerk of Circuit Court, ; ...KllKIO
are important. A preacher i. we came with a straight should be so sure that his gospel the working public makes bet- powers and that whatever: happenswill io-i i6tin.ura 10-174tll-17| | of Don .Krlco. STARKE. FLORIDA .

e to Samothracla and the packages come direct from God ter markets for their products.- be their fault. Position of the

day to Neapolls; And from that when he has delivered the Tampa Times. other powers Is more vague than

e to Phlllppl which is the packages the responsibility for that, and more confused. But they LO '
city of that part of Mace- LAFAYETTE THOM\S: I definitely fear Germany. Theoret-
them Is on the firm and not on fl lltl 1611E tl 31 a
and a colony: and we wereat the preacher. I -- ically she has no army, save a

city abiding certain days. Laymen hear me! If the. Funeral services were held Sun- small Relcbswehr made up of
on the Sabbath we went out the don't day afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at picked men In for long terms. '
preacher preaches gospel, II ,
e city by the river side, where kick him. He Is only a bundle boy.If Beulah Baptist Church In Clay Practically she has a great army, 1

'r was wont to be made; and you don't like the package, call County, for Lafayette Thomas 73 consisting of Hitler's brown shirts ,_

it down, and spake unto then up the firm'and kick to God. prominent farmer of the Belmore which under command of schooled

which resorted thither. i !!section and uncle of A. J. Thomas Relchawehr officers Is powerful

> :-ertaln woman named Ly- CHRISTIAN CIIfKCII: clerk of the court of Bradford Indeed. Her great lack Is the By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the

a seller of Purple of the city bounty, who passed away at his weapons of offense artillery Country We Bring You the
Biggest Bargain' of All '
Ura which worshipped God Since the first (Sunday In Octo- home' Saturday after a short ill- tanks, planes. Time .

I us Whose heart the Lord ber this church has had "a new ness. Final decision may be left to Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Renewal

d, that she attended unto the preacher," with a new program. Interment wan made In the famIv France which has the moat at Order for This Newspaper.

t which were spoken of Paul. The services he renders are "serv- plot in the church cemetery.. stake in most afraid. :Many Euro- l

when she was baptized, and Ices of love." And the only finan- Mr. Thomas had taken an active pean statesmen believe It Is time to a. ara ALL 4 ON Ll .

household, she besought us, cial system is voluntary free-will I part in the affairs of Clay County declare a preventative war on Germany -I MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUB I

g, If ye have Judged me to be offerings or "gifts of love." One for' a long time and had served on crush her absolutely and unseat -

Iul to the Lord, come unto my of the greatest curses of church the county commission and the Hitler, before she has time to CHOOSE -

and abide there. And she and state today ia commercialism.The board of public instruction and was prepare. Smaller countries are 1
rained< us." Luke Joined the paramount questions are: "Is well known in Bradford County. alarmed-barricades are rising on 1 Magazine From Group "A" $ 00

my at Troas and with Paul there any money in it?" Surviving the deceased Is his the Swiss frontier, and her small, 2 Magazines From Group "E"

3Uas and Timothy went to The evangelist Is working and widow, Mrs. Mary Harris Thomas; but first-class: army received' increased .f

,Pi. praying for new membership as It three daughters, Mrs. Eugene appropriations went into And j L

day Paul cast a demon out were. A membership that will put Hickey Mrs. Brooks Shipman and harsh training. There I. a link of TE2S! flETV.r'-.PSR: ((1 ru.I: Year) f WHY PAYMOPE "

Poor slave girl who had re- piety above pelt, and Christ above Miss Elma Thomas; a son, WIII'tamR. nations around Germany of which 11

Hy followed him and called self, party and politics. Thomas, and a brother, Rev. L. but one, France, is great-the oth- ? ;

'ter him. They dragged Paul .Too many church members of R. Thomas, all of Clay County. ers, however, by cumulative action
'Has into the market place have mistaken respectabilityfor could make it Your arrviinw'fwjl f i
today very. unpleasant for Choke of Any One Y Your Choice of Two I '
e the Roman magistrate, righteousness, and conventionality CLOSING OF MAILS Hitler. Any
Magazine in This
I "praetors." The clothes ,pf for conversion or regeneration So far as the United States Is Group [ Magazines In This Group '

and Silas were torn from and rebirth. The religion of Effective November S, 1933 concerned, these events are'of only GROUP AV R 6 GROUP nO ,

the lictors were commanded today ia dimmed by the fogs of Ignorance Mail economic Importance. Roosevelt \ D! McCaffi Matirin*. __I Yr. 11 Better Home V

:".them with rods which they indifference,. _and__ Indul- Train South Closes policy will doubtless be to keep off D W onwa'S Horn Conp .1 Yr. Garden. e e e J7*
"'e\1 to do'' without mercy. No. 11:..__________ 8:43: A. M. D Wom.n'i WorldS
.
gence In sin. The world will never ven In case of war to pursue D Pictorial B....._1 yr I ID e yr

Were thrust Into Jail and con- take the church seriously until the Parcel Post. complete: and dispassionate ,neutrality Screen Play __ _1 Yr. txc : r Household Maguln e I "
In such a position that they church (members) take the teachIngs No 107_________. 0.33: A. M. It's Europe's affair--and D Hollywood Movie M. Yr. Needlecraft . I yr ,r

Scarcely move with their of Christ seriously, and quit Letters, Special the fires are burning faster dally. 1 t] Op.n Road fl [ v S D Good Stories e I yr st
lacerated and and (Boy )__ ,.1 Yr. D Country Horns a _, 2 yr. ty
Delivery
bleeding. e e e ,
1i(1 at being hypocrites.Bible 3 Pathfinder (Wkly) ..-1Yr. Q- D Succetiful Farmfng .
midnight Paul and Silas, School next Sunday at Special Han- Speaking fires the United States E 0 ProKruaiv*Farmer i'ra
p
4 1
he<,and, sang praises unto God: 0.00: a.m.Commanded. dling. has one of Its own. It's consuming Aid Y:" ft': d dI P D Southern Agriculturist lyr

prisoners heard them. And Worship at 11:00: North the prarie country. Not a literal M.J 01 {l, And Your Chalet of Any Oil ;F

fly there was a great earth- No. 12___.________ 3:00: P. M. blaze, it is In the minds and heartsof THREE 4 1J- 1 M< x '. io that the foundations of a.m.Sermon themes: Sunday 11:00: Parcel Post and farmers, who believe the AAA IN ALL" THREE IN ALL

1 lion were shaken: and Im- a.m., "There Shall Be No More Letters. has failed to aid them; have

lt'y' all the doors were open- Death." 7:30: p.m., "Automobilesand Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Only watched their purchasing power, in orrtR .
J.'00 every one's bands were Wide Roads"--a fulfilled No. iflfl._______ 8:60: P. M. many instances, go sharply down THJS; Is. O ntl m.n_,

And the keeper of the prophecy; text. Nahman 21113.: Letters, Special while other prices went sharplyup. .

1 awaking out of his sleep, All are cordially Invited to pray Delivery and The administration Is frankly H J enclose 1 R_ i Pluses Mod BM the three m.SsHns. +

""ping* his the prison doors open for and attend these services. Special Han worried as the farm strike move- There aA no strings attached tti g U ffl checked with. a year's ndwcilptiwi u your DeW'lp.,.. S

sword and would have Faithfully yours, dling. ment grows, takes In more farmer offer! Every
Imiieif, supposing that the W. E. DAUGHERTT Nos. 12._-_______ 6.00: P. M. more kinds of products, more magazine subscription
.era .
had been fled. And Paul Evangelist. Letters and tales. :Milo Reno, who can be Will be filled exactly as represented.Name ---.

lfIth! loud voice! Parcel Post. both a fire eater and fire If of
-- are aU a maker, I any your rabscriptlona are renewals '
=- TVno harm: for we It has been estimated that every came Into sight again with his'arm Street or R.P.D..
n he called In the Starke the time will be properly extended ,
DM, for a light year 65,000 girls disappear And BeU Branch: Holiday Association told his
tit"8r In, and came trembling United States and no trace of them No. 101-MaIl leaves.. 6t\O\ A. M.No ollowers to buy nothing, sell ; Town and sate

down before. Paul and Ia eve found.. __ -- 1 ,.103..-Mali.arrives,_,,W4.EJ i nothing. pay.no UJM and n!'. debts arT



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BRADFORD CXJtrNTT TELEGRAPH!: STARKE, FLORIDA FRDJAY NO\"E\mtn:

SIX. ., .. _._ .. .. .._ .. __ ... .. _.... .__ .... I ID, lyFARMERS'SECTION ,
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SANDSPUIl IN BOY'S THROAT LICATA FOUND;
m I'f
Hints To HousewivesWeekly SARASOTA-A sandspur which TAMPA--A lunacy U :

had lodged in the windpipe of has found Victor '1'f11Inls
LK ,
: ,
seven-year-old Gus Heury was removed cused of slaying five -',

front Home Demonstration ,I by use of a bronchoscopehere his family, to be crime J'. ;;bar

Specialist, TallahasseeBETTER LIVE STATE NEWS last week. The boy said he with the report eayln: ";!,111I>

had fallen in some weeds and tlon was acute and co!
chnn,
Conducted by Demonstration Agents BREAKFASTS News of Florida In Short Paragraphs sucked the sandspur into his was accused of klllinK hl" fill Lh'
the meal mouth as he breathed heavily. with
Breakfast Is upon an axe here Ortoh, ,17
which "most of the world's workIs Attorney J. Rex Farr,, r S;
CUBAN BEEn GOES CHEAP had not 'ahd
'1- done. decided wheu.r ,
kSCs- J----. ',11 w70"10D11as'Production Florida breakfasts may nearly; "!fro! :MIAMI-Cuban beer 72,000 betties the slayings before the i.uicl';

always contain a fruit in season. of it-was knocked down to abroker's J I

Credit Plain canned fruits or fruit juicesare :MULLET SPECIALCARRABELLEA CAPONE'S AIDE ARRESTED exchange here for approximately JUDGE HITS AIR 'LEG
(;
RURALCOMMON Assistance PlannedFor easily prepared to tide one over catch of 40- MIAMI-.Alleged by police to be four and a half cents a MIAMI-Federal E,

SENSE the scarce season. 000 mullet in the seine yards at the bodyguard of "Sonny" Capone, bottle, in a government sale. The der Akerman took Judge Ale) ,

State FarmersGAINESVILLEJ The flavor of fresh fruit at Carrabelle Beach Saturday made it son of Al Capone, notorious Chicago beer had been abandoned to the stopping "this a stop toll I

I'i By SPUDS JOHNSON breakfast activated both the appetite necessary for the Seaboard Air gang leader who is now in the government for non-payment of business" here smuggling by ,pll

and the cheerful disposition. Line Railroad torun a "'MulletSpecial" Federal penitentiary, Peter Fln- Import duties and brought $3,325 James when he sentell
Williams
GROWERS E. Richie. Preserves do not Have the same< from here to Tallahasseeto negan was arrested here for driving plus $540 state tax, paid by the to three years,I
FARMERS AND charge of
of the Production having ,
SEEKING and Kenneth Murphy effect. In South Florida Japanese carry the fish to market. an automobile with an Improper purchaser; Ian ed a Ph
CONSTANTLY loaded with
I' Credit Corporation of Columbia used for He later liquor near
persimmons are now being license plate. was pad
INFOKMATION
,, USEFUL S. C., are in Florida for breakfast, and in West Florida the SWEPT BY FLAMESJACKSONVILLEFour released on $50 bonds. STOPS CUSSIN' Williams formerly lived in Ma'1,'
the or assisting farmers In Ga., and pleaded guilty,
purpose satsumas are ripe. blocks PAHOKEE. T. P. saying 1
Is becoming Geiger,
Farming as a business credit had made a dozen
," to organizing local production Which shall it be? Eggs friedIn of summer residences and amusement KICK ON WAGESST. building contractor here, has a succcssfif t i
complicated from year I with
more
bv It Is associations through which they water or fat? Why not try two buildings on the ocean front' PETERSBURG Charging plan to keep workmen on the job smuggled liquor
and time Florida
as goes and
the
year obtain credit for production. Bahama Island
" for one who would. be may crop weekIn tablespoonfuls of thin cream to an at Jacksonville Beach were razed that the code adopted by local restaurant from swearing and the plan works. '
necessary last
successful in the business to be Mr. Richie spent egg and scrambled in a buttered by fire of undetermined origin last owners is an attempt "to As soon aa a workman hears one F.VTIIKR !
Dade County, while Mr. Murphywas week. estimated atapproxlma.tely defeat the alms and of the JAILS SOX f
skillet. Damage was objects
ever on the alert for new Ideas and Richie of his mates utter an oath, he dis- SAUASOTA
in St. Johns County. ; be added to the NRA A. S. of -Nicholas 'jjo,
Bur .bacon may $200,000. Myrick president paches a for drinks.
for Improvement. messenger
suggestions Manatee Lee and seventeen-year-old
to be ,
expects Chicago,
working man's breakfast. School the St. Petersburg Hotel and Restaurant Vc i
all Cost of the drinks is charged
densome surpluses of nearly In the fu- I is under arrest
Seminole Counties near
_ farm products In recent years, children should have two eggs anda USE OLD INDIAN WELL Employee Union, last week against the offender. Worst of all, of his father here on ,romp)
FT. MYERS The site of old termed the of the code' who charges the''
; combined with other conditions, ture.Both glass of milk.It an adoption to some person's way of thinking, $300 from him
have resulted in lowered prices for Mr. Richie and Mr. Murphy is the unpleasant odor of fried Seminole Indian well has been selected "an entering wedge for a return to the drinks are soft ones For Geiger $100 when he Young Monnk
spent a day in conference with officials children to the of Ft. former was arrested
all products of the soil. foods that causes many by city Myers as pitiful wages. Is a temperance man. t
local
nearly hotel
t ,' "in have of the Agricultural Exten- have no appetite for breakfast.Hot the location of a new soft water and said he had I
lowered turn,
These prices here week.
a
. to decrease their sion Service here. D. E. Timmons, bread--if thoroughly cookedIs supply. The spot, Just 600 feet EMPLOYMENT: :: FOR 800 DEPEND ON TUITION Admitting he t

,I r forced producers costs if semblance economist with the state service, -- not harmful. Well browned from the present plant, was chosen LAKELAND--About 300 persons GRACEVILLE- Public school the money, Monak saw he left
,
production any has been loaned to the Production dry toast gives good exercise for after more than a dozen places in will be employed here about officials here to er having a dispute with hs fat
of profit in to be made. are busy trying to
Credit Corporation for three the teeth, and it is easily prepared. the: city had been tried and failed November 15 when the H. A. Shaver collect the second pionth's tuition according police He wlqu(

: More travel between different months beginning November 1 and Cooked cereals are usually more to: produce the proper supply of Inc., citrus canning plant opens from parents of pupils enrolled in as saying his father, a t Kuan
of this and between afraid of
sections was banks
country will asBipr:' in conducting educa water. and had
nourishing and less expensive than for the season, it has been an the' Graceville schools. Fees
this and other countries has are den the
tional worn in connection with the money.
the prepared products. -- nounced. Between 400 and 500 applications -
being collected from each pupil i
I caused pests to spread. Farming organization of local aasoctation. WANTS } _
When the school child has 'LOItID.WIFE for positions already
with which to the
battle between operate schools The heartfelt
is constant ,
nowadays the farmer a and insects and As explained by Mr. Richie and enough fruit, milk, eggs, cereal or TALLAHASSEE 3ov. Dave have been made, and it was indicated until funds are received from the comes from General sigh Johnson Of r |

Mr. Murphy, farmers desiring to toast for breakfast he has no room Sholtz found the most outlandish that bona fide residents and state In sufficient amount to maintain
The garter, suspenders .
disease and
organisms. grower borrow money for crop production for coffee. The working man may request of them all when he opened the more experienced workers bell in.1
them for
a eight
must know how to control thesepests propose try has pledged the NRA
purposes will be organized into lo- add one cup of coffee, but should his mall one day recently. A would be given preference. months' term. of Its v
he loses on his Co-operation par port.Richmond Time,
", or activities. money cal production credit associations, not depend upon it for nourishment. "lonesome widower," writing from ents during the first month of the -nispa;

farming with each association covering one Coffee is not a food; it is merely a Carlsbad, N. M., asked the chief SEMINOLE BEAUTY DIES present school term was said to There are now four -
Scores of years of cultivation or more counties. Ten or more stimulant. executive to find him a wife in FT. MEYERS-Lena Cypress, have been women ring
fairly good. engineers in the United
r .' and thousands of years of leaching potential borrowers can incorporate Start the day right with two Florida, one who will aid him in locating wife of Richard Osceola, Is dead. Sill

rainfall and other factors peculiar an association, but the details glasses of water, then a good 1 jobs aa a painter or gla She was reputedly one of the most

; to a sub-tropical climate have resulted of its organization and the person breakfast. zier. The writer said he was forty- beautiful of Seminole Indian wom

in many of Florida's soils nel of its board of directors mustbe four years old, without children, en. She died five days after bear- FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur

becoming deficient in some of the approved by the Federal Inter I Purebred Angus Herd and was "willing; to marry on ing a son, according to information Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render

elements needed for successful mediate Credit Bank of Columbia.Up short notice to any party that can brought 60 miles afoot here by EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

", plant growth. The grower must to seventy-five 'per cent of To Be Used In North aid mea little to success." Governor braves of the tribe who reported toW MODERATE PRICESDeWITT

know more about fertilizers and Sholtz replied saying he had Stanley Hanson, white spokesman e
the capital stock of each local association C. JONES COMPANY
".t fertilizing practices than formerly. Florida Beef Studies work to do without
will be supplied by the enough now for the Indians. The child STARKE, FLORIDA
a' The progressive grower must use federal government through the I entering Cupid's field. was turned over to an aunt.

every available means of keeping Production Credit Corporation. By QUINCY-A herd of seventeen I ...
--
.. abreast of developments in his rediscounting its notes with the purebred Aberdeen Angus cattle to

field.He Intermediate Credit Bank, each local be used in beef cattle experimentalwork

must be a regular reader of will be enabled to loan about is expected to arrive at the .

ti farm journals, the newspapers, and five times the amount of its capital North Florida Experiment Station

bulletins on agricultural subjects. stock. Each borrower must buy here this week. The r cattle, con

Both the United States Depart stock in his local association equalto sisting of eight cows, four heifers

., : ment of Agriculture,"the State Experiment : five per cent of his loan. The and five young bulls, are being

i' Station and Extension business of the local association sent here by the Bureau of Animal Blanks

Service, and the State Departmentof will be run by the local stockholders Industry of the United States De- Legal

Agriculture have free bulletins but is subject to approval by partment of Agriculture, and will

which are well\ worth careful the Intermediate Credit Bank.It I be used In co-operative experimental -

perusal. Part of the long nights of was explained that the rate of I I work, according to an announcement

". winter may well be devoted to Interest to be charged the borrower -:: by H. Harold Hume,
more reading.The assistant director of the Florida
Is 6V4 per cent plus inspection -:I
radio offers another opportunity fees. Chattel mortgages on'I Experiment Station. We
the
to catch valuable Jnforma- the crop and other personal prop- The young bulls will be grown Carry Following in Stock: ;.v '
.
r tion laterally out-of the air. erty will secure the loan. out and placed on cattle farms in
section of the state. The "
County and home demonstration this new

a agents are located in many of the 4-H Boys And Girls herd will be used In a number of .
studies breed- Deeds
beef cattle
Including
Warranty
counties, and should be used to the

fullest extent possible. Farm and Join In National Ing work, both purebred. and native

: home tours and meetings conducted cows being used.
'; i by them nearly always are of Achievement Day The experiment station now has Bills of Sale
four herds of cattle being used in
yalue to Interested observers. One -

, i Citrus l grower on a citrus tour GAINESVILLE-Florida's 12- beef cattle studies in cooperationwith '

I i recntJy said that h ewas not ob- 000 boys, and girls of the 4-H Club In addition the bureau to native, says cows Mr., a Hume.herd *r; Short Form Chattel Mortgages

taining much information that Joined In a nation-wide radio celebration -
of Devons is located at
he could use Immediately, but of the year's achievement purebred "
the Everglades station, Belle "
he was certainly storing up some last Saturday as they told of their ; Mortgage Deeds
Glade; a herd of Red Polleds.at the ;
_, ; uesful{ acts for the future.. .. work and heard many fine com West Central Florida station, ? ,

,I ments about it by outstanding .
PLANTING TRUCK CROPS Brooksvill; a herd of Herefords ::
Florldana. at the main station, Gainesville. f Turpentine LeasesAgreements '
t CHIPLEY-,About 150\ acres of They received personal congratulations Dr. E. W. Sheets, chief of the animal ; ,

cucumbers are now being harvested over the air from the first husbandry division of the Bureau "

I in Washington County, and lady of the, state-Mrs. Dave of Animal Industry, has for Deed ;

close to 200 acres of cabbage for Sholtz; from Congressman W. J. evinced considerable Interest In .,. ,

the spring market will be planted I Sears; from Dr. Wilmon Newell, A. livestock studies in Florida, says .'

soon, reports County Agent Gus I p: Spencer, Miss) Flavla Gleason Mr. Hume, and his division is co- Land : ,} ',
,'. York. and R. W. Blacklock! of the Florida operating with the experiment sta I--; >i' ContractsNotes y i itlV ,

These crops were plants all over Agricultural Extension Service and I 'I'1: ; : .
>, the county after the county agent State Home Demonstration Department ,I. ; ';' '; ,

and leading farmers staged a campaign and ohers. These talks tlon.What a Bladder LaxativeShould ; ; Plain -> : .t.: .

in which the acreage was were presented over Florida stations ''. \, e'". ''

1 signed up. They were planned as as' part of a coast-to-coast do. Work on the bladderas ; 'J' ." ,.

cash crops, but the food they will t-ll. achievement program over the castor oil on the bowels. Drive Retain Title Notes ':< 1;" "

be considerable, since farmers in National Broadcasting chain. out Impurities and excess acids that ,, .
every community have a small Club work in Florida has been cause Irritation which results In getting .'

acreage. constantly gaining in membership, up nights, frequent desire,
,I In the number of 4-H projects the burning, leg pains or backache.

.\ The Farm Credit Administration boys and girls are carrying, and BU-KKTS (II gr. Tablets I. a pleasant Also the Following Signs:

says that farmers should apply forM1'y especially In the number of proj- laxative. let a 25 cent box

'j loans directly to secretarytreasurers ects completed; all of this in spite from your druggist After four daysIf *
'" of national farm loan associations. -,of more trying times. not relieved go back and get yourmoney '
will feel good afterthis '
You
.' I authorized correspondents of As the U. S. Marine Band played For Rent
cleansing and you get your regular Signs
the Federal Land Bank or to the "The Plowing Song" many a boy sleep. Mltche.ir Drug Store k .

bank itself A number of unofficial was proud that it was his 4-H Club says DU-KET3. Is a best seller. "
and unauthorized Individuals national anthem, and as "Dream- "

i have sought to collect fees or com ng*" was struck up many a girl I. the rircnlt Court of BradfordCouMtrt Closing Signs ;, '
Florid, In .
missions/ from farmers for the so- took It as the dreams of what her No, aOl Chancery.Case / "

called service of helping them obtain home must be like. From Washington A. B. Ware, Complainant vs. James No
i loans.tSmilin'. : the boys and girls heard a talk, E. Good fellow et at. Defendants. Trespassing Signs :
"Building for the FUture." by ORDER OF SERVICE .
': NOTICE TO APPEAR .
George N. Peek, administrator of -
'; I Charlie ,Say the Agricultural Adjustment Act, THE To William STATE OF Dawson FLORIDA and Jim Dawson .
t
and a report of the year's achieve- the residence of each of whom And Office '
I Is 4603 Crlttenden Drive In the City Supplies: t .:
ments by Dr. C. B. Smith, chief of of txmlnvllle. County of JeffersonState '
i the office of co-opertive extension of Kentucky.: IT IS IlEIt1cttltORDERED ;''::.
that and each of
work in the U. S. Department of you you : !
: are required to appear on the 4th 'I.\\ .
Oii Agriculture.Mrs. day In December, A. D. 1933, be for.Ihe a' '" ,:
above entitled Court to the Carbon PaperTypewriter : {
Sholtz expressed a deep'appreciation \
amended and supplemental bill, of f .
of farm life and of the complaint filed against you and eachof '
homes and said you In the above entitled cause, .""Y
value of better .
wherein the complainant seeks to : t."
that she had faith In the farms and foreclose a certain mortgage aa a Ribbons :
homes that Florida's 4-H Club boys first and prior lien superlur to the .. ,
rlMlm of each of you, over the following -
I and girls would soon build. She described lands and premises
has formerly expressed her appreciation In Bradford County, Florida, to-wlt: Rubber Stamps
The SBH of SEW and K" of SWV4
i L1 i i"Jule of fine club work by the of SE"4. of Section 21. also beginning.
gift of registered pigs to club at the Northeast corner of Section .
Sears 28.' Township 5 South, Range 22 East .
memebrs. Congressman and run South on section line I 107dfeet
.' dwelled at length on citizenship, thence West n30 feet, thence
; In the North 1020 feet, thence : ." 20feet
and what he saw 'lle
). explained to point of' beginning I In
I: 4-H program that was building Township 5 South. Kange. 22 East
and liradford County Telegraph I.her.by Bradford
better citizens.
Greene hi designated aa the newspaperIn County Telegraph
says which thl. notice shall be published I
I thinks his baby isgonna A processing tax of twentyeightcents once weeks.each week fur four consecutive .

k a bushel on corn, to be leviedat Witness the Honorable A. Z. Adklns
. be a barber point of first processing, became a. Judge of this Court and Ih.M..al
i -lie's such effective November 8. It was imposed of this Court In Starke. Bradford -I
got good County, Florida, this 24th da .
by the United States Department of October 1933.A. Phone
ears -fr hold ,,.a., of Agriculture, the proceedsto J. THOMAS
(Official Clerk Circuit (Court
'comb" .- be used In making benefit and f.al> Bradford County. Florida. 111-
rental payments to corn growers Knight .* Knight Starke. Fla.
Attorneys for Comulanant
,- 1 I who reduce production. ll-85tUI-l[ ==-

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, p\f. NOVEMBER: 10, 1933 ERADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARRE FLORIDA PAGE SEVER'

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isIs HERB DID TERM "CRACKER" ll

I ORIGINATE- I [[Economic HighlightsllMiwenlMB ) uicLO t i. IRIDAr -HIGHLIGHTS! oyvfim iim *9 .nnn+m nrun.. ny Jiwb.,nil l.tr ray #***& && **? ii

r chaps!! there are several ver-
D ion.. about the real origin of the "'...r.. ..,...., ,','.''''- '" .. .. .....,\" '-..,..aO2fDA ."' 'i>! oIIj\t\ ;. ..,.. !1j.i., "' ... .......,... .. '

JIal rm ""Cracker. And no doubt '. .. :* Thitt Affect hrrkx the and Dinnerl TNInillx "" ::i-' "' j't: : : : : :7 J. :.: ,!. t v,: :: :': -:::
all Ui- .11. Dlililenil. l ; i. : : ,:;Z : ,::<:: :: : L.1 ,. ,:_. .. : i.
Ind1Id.InlNa
alS' they arc interestingjust ai of l.trrr: .
''fly cord is a lamp unto my feet, and a fight unto my path.-Psalm 119105.AU ) terestlng as the explanation which H..nal and International Problemsla.cpsr.ble -r- ', 'S 't.. "' "sZ3LOtvNG ":!..":...""'& .,...,.....:....>.":.... .'i':'' -::..,-. .0:. '. ,
Id From Loral Welfare.It T Y"" ; 19 t ''
appeared in one of the Atlanta pa- : < : ?! t
'
p hf JPI religious teaching, doctrine or ;
j e111iJCI I u1' creed, i if they are to have any claim pers some time ago. is now expected that the New .

she; Jove, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with According to this story, many Year will see the approval of all! _..
: aachmgs of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice years ago, when the capital of the industrial codes. At this writ :
ae 4Hh\ man hearts add of whom" it WM said in John 746! ,"NEVEIt MAN Georgia; was! Mllledgeville, a large ing, fifty-nine codes, covering the a 'Ockct

town in farming section and when basic industries have been. ap t 1

)Hpl pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UM this cut for news of church activities, organization and announce- the power that moved the are being revised. Forty-seven are $,.; V { i //.r..! o. tYt.Nk
a Space freely given and no charge made-th only requirement farmer and his produce to town, scheduled for early hearings. By &&sm&te$ .?&: w\i\ wr"ijm
4ipl that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning these farmers in the early morn the time this is read the retail _
cannot be handled for current Issue. BFWMei
)pla rwinQ they ing hours on Saturdays and by code, which was one of the roost .
-, lantern light, yoked their oxen difficult, will have been approved > cw8&&r

toag RKE CHUKCH DIRECTORY Silas, and brought them out, and I sometimes six or even eight head : unless an unlooked-for problem 4askivaJ

qt t said Sirs, what must I do to be'' to the wagon, and moved toward I crops up. Most interesting featureof
totd First Baptist Church saved 1 And they said Believe on Mllledgevllla to barter their pro- this code is that It will eliminate ?

,v..t i .j Johnson pastor. the Lord Jesus Christ and thou duce for the next week's necessi- selling at less than inventory cost, .....

,ode> School-10.00: A. II. shalt be saved and thy house. ties. a practice which has been prev-

ming Worship-11:00: A. :M. The Holy Spirit guided Paul on Instead of lines, each farmer alent, especially among large

'0 Y P U -6:30 P. M. his missionary Journey. Only those used a long whip with which to stores which advertise "leaders"at
Worship-7.30: P. M. who desire such guidance and have guide and control his team. As he less than cost In hope that customers -
cuing
'opl cJrdlal invitation extended to faith in God's promises would be walked along beside the wheel yoke buying them will buy other Jt/PtTE&y

plet' bese services I assisted. ever and anon, as occasion required goods on which a profit is made t'r ". Y
k The reason for the Jailer startingto oxen to crackisupthhrdshrdl cmfw Very small stores in towns of

I, Methodic: ; Church I kill himself was that a Roman his long whip lash darted out over towns of bottom-bracket population ?IeOTTb
Itt I jailer was responsible with his life the backs of his plodding oxen to will be Immune to code pro
It t F Jones pastor. for the safe keeping of his prisoners crack like a pistol shot as It visions.

t day School 10 a.m. and this man preferred to kill warned a lagging yoke to do its One important NRA problem Is
ming worship at 11:00: a.m. himself rather than suffer the humiliation part or urged those in the lead of going to be the attitude of the

,,sag People's Meeting:30 of a public execution. Suicide a change of course.Eventually press. Here's where the recovery

0se t was not regarded as a sin in the smaller side administration made a possibly;
ening Worship-7:30: P. M. those days and some of the other i
far-reaching mistake. When Gen- thr
I : roads all converged into one main
wise noblest of the Romans took A ''
eral Johnson excluded two reporters
road on each side of town so that
Prettbj terlan Church their lives. It will be recalled
own
from his confernce because he
often there were dozens of wagons
n .r. George H. Lowry, minister. that after their defeat in the great each with its yokes of oxen strungout didn't like what they had been

rvlccs Sunday. November' 12: battle near this very city Brutus one behind the other, and each writing about NRA, he was doing 'I

,90 A. M.-Sunday School. killed himself and Cassius compelled with a farmer cracking his long the unprecedented. Then he put .
00 A II.-Horning worship; his freedman to kill him. whip as they plodded along. his foot in deeper by advocating a -'
re ,on by the pastor. The sanctity of life is one of the licensing system for papers, and .
when
The of the town,
:Xi p. M.-Christian Endeavor. teachings of Christianity, since the people just about every metropolitan editor .
r 30 P. M.-Evenlng worship; Son of God died to bring eternal they heard the distant cracking of In the country ran for his type PGO&UC&S
the would remark, one
long whips
toor and sermon. life to all. The jallor's question, writer. On top of that, an NRA
cordial Invitation to all our "What must I do( to be saved?" is to another, "Listen, the Crackersare representative in the South calledon rzO.e/LJAS A10SrVA.lUABL.G V

ices extended to alt. still the greatest of all questions. coming!I" the editor' of a mediumsizedpaper

e There is no other answer than the That is one version. Who has told him that if he didn't FU'2.

one given the jailor, "Believe on another-Tampa Times. stop making unfriendly comment / ,
NDAY SCHOOL the Lord Jesus Christ and thou 'on NRA labor provisions, he'd find
shalt be saved." Not only shouldone WHERE TilE SHOE FINCHES himself in trouble. The editor t 1

LESSON believe on the Lord and accept TilE FARMERThe spoke, up In his paper and found M

Him as a Savior; he should follow the whole press including the most Along Florida's east coast, there are Not very long ago the North Florida

the Lord and obey Him. reason why traces farmers are the zealous supporters of the Roose- few places more interesting or unusual OTTER skin was known to sell as high
12 1933 the against
over
kicking
FOIL NOVEMBER ,
NRA is strikingly shown by a bulletin velt program behind him. This than the famous BLOWING ROCKS near I as $25. Even on c depressed market it

,bJect Paul In"Believe Macedonia.on the -- of the Department of ,Agriculture threatened press censorship Is vitally Jupiter Inlet Here the coquina occurs brings as high as $5 to $7, depending on t
Text
Wen : and thou shalt just received from Wash important and sparks are goIng immediately along the coast. During: crUiu .- quality. Otters are found In practicallyevery
Jesus Christ, to fly when it really comes to
ted." Acts 16:31.: BOB JONES ington. a head. eiazej of the tide sod wind, the water section of Florida but each year :+

non Text: Acts 16.9-15: : ; The index of prices for farm rushes tkroutfh pot holes in the reck with find. them less numerous. Though not
belief la that Mr
1. I products on October 11 was 69 Roosevelt Generaly is heartily in favor of a so ti terrific forpo that a spray is forced generally known, Florida is ono of the

ae and Place, probably A. D.Was OMMENTS compared loss two with 71 on In the October week 4, a free press-that his mistake is In high into tM air. From this. phenomenon greatest otter :producing; states in tho

.er the and Council Philippi.at Jerusalem, (1; ON But of, on the points other hand the index not holding tight enough rein on tho locality takes its name. Union i +

HERE of farmers had to for some of his assistants.
and Barnabas returned to An- ; ANO prices pay
e until selling price at least reached NOTICE Oil'APPLIO.ON
the commodities they bought was
for some
there HEREAFTER.Some
and 11011'1'AX IIIIJI1'DNutloe
preached
cost Two
One fine afternoon back in 1914 price. governors ex
October 11 compared with I
Then Paul separated from 116.5 on hereby given that J. B
117" October 4. an obscure prince was shot In the pressed themselves aa being In Adkln, holder of Tax Certificate No lXNi"w.m
bas, chose Silas as his trav- on obscure city of Sarajevo. sympathy with farmers' strike. 42(1 and day of Annum, A. D. 1013 I
and started out time a charming The disparity is fomenting violent equally nun filed, said certificate my office '
companion very
ago IIa
outbreaks from farm leaders To most of the world the event! Whole future of the administration and made application for tax deed to
iither missionary tour. Apt woman who is the wife of a bishopin 'Issue thereon In y
In simply meant one more scarehead farm program Is at stake and accordance with {f W fi
It was no part of Paul's the Methodist Church said tome and causing severe headaches law Bald certificate embraces the ryhe
efforts will ,be
and nothing more. Then armies strongest given to
the the government offices at Wash- following described property Bltuatetl -
:
u to go beyond "Dr. Jones during a session of
purpose began mobilizing. Lights burned bringing order from chaos.NOTim In Hrndford County, Florida' tow
of Asia Minor, to revisit and the annual conference my husband ington. 't: H ID 1-3 A. of HKV4 of kIWyN ? Hi h Ccst '
chancellories. The British ,
al- Further significance Is attached late in IBHB 1-8 A. In 813 Cor.
then the churches he had can't sleep at night. He suffers Suction 20, v
In the bulletin navy set out for maneuvers several OF1APPLICATION Tp. 7 S,, n. 28 13, containing 13 acres.
to the information of
establtshed. At Lystra, because he is unable to give all the FOIL TAX Dull The aHBOBHinent of mild property Not Knooiingr
weeks ahead of the normal time.
stoned he found that on October 11 the Notice la hereby given that
he had been ministers a good position. Thatis disclosing W. H. under the Bald certificate issued was
'.by and took him with him. beautiful sentiment. The bishopis local market price of wheat was And the greatest war in historywas Smith, .holder of Tax t'urtlflrato No In the name of Unknown.UnlHHM .
181 aril clay of Anaust A. D. 1931 Bald certificate hall be re-
Holy Spirit forbade him to a lovely man but I thought (and only 66 per cent of the price neededto underway. has filed said certificate In my of- redeemed according to law tax deed 01'1. pmnmy owner In Hn. ..' ftW H>. 44
Matters are not especially different rice' and made application for tax will issue thereon .ln poorly intoned luom 'liuuranok
I that region or Bithynia to remember that I am a minister) restore purchasing power at pre- In Hitler's''' Bawd to IBBIIO thereon In accordance November A. U 1931.on the 18th day of iMtni moiwr or li,... through hit ownnroilanili
lorth. So he went over to that the bishop should be staying war parity; cotton, 61.8 per cent; Europe now. with law. Hald certificate embrace 1'111..01 this' 11th day of October ipttitim, .boul "torn <
.
the cent butterfat 68.6 withdrawal of Germany from the the following situated A. P"""'! r form of prouctloa. to "could' ''e
c', the ancient Troy near awake at night because he can't corn 48.1 per ; property In D. 1883. b...h.J
League of Nations and the disarm- Urnrlford County, .Florida to-wlt! A. J TIIOllf All, I ,
beef cattle 60.1 cent
Minor. cent ,
of Asia ,
west corner give all the churches a good per ; per SVVJ4\ of NW14\ and NWVi\ of 8W;%, Clerk of Circuit Court TIthmaqnav.w.Ymando L Lwhir
nd a vision appeared to Paul preacher. and hogs 51.7 per cent. ament conference has sent the Heo. D, Tp. 7 R, H 21 E., containing lfl'tld Lord Cuuiuv. A>.KM.nin, : i. nnd c<+.nd doe It l:. too 3. 1,
Ie' night; There stood a man of All of which Indicates that NRA greatest scare, since those 1914 80 Acres, more or le.a. lo In uvnt from ...... '
hard time buta
Preachers have The
a aHReHHment of laid property
Ionia, and prayed him say- preacher is only a means to an has shoved the price of manufactured days through premiers and em- under said certificate win laaued In NOTICE U OF hereby.'I"AL nlvni Igel'IIAaildNuUce to nil whom NI.4M, and perors, congresses and parlia the name of L. L.. Leach *. Our I I"I
Come over to Macedonia bundle whose articles up much faster than It may concern that 1 have filed my npmmutn pa
is boy
end. He
a Unless Bald certificate shall be / Nd.Ira
after he had seen demand for food re-em- ments. The Hitler position is that re.ct..m..d of account nnil made alue"ary meh
us. And the by
according law tax deed application\ : : .owo. w"-
business It is to take gospel pack- for dim haiirw to the ._
islon, immediately we endeav- and deliver them to the played and other persons on the the Versailles treaty is unbearablethat -- will lease thereon on the 14th day of llonniuhle U. K 1'vrryniun County

to go into Macedonia as- ages. The bundle boy Is not peapie. the payrolls can boost farm prices. the refusal to meet Germanyon November Dated! this, A. D.11th 1939 day of October 31ff."tr. Bradford, rC7't"hl.Yi D Florida,. wiiiproceed. HAROLD C. WALL:
Uy gathering that Lord had most Important member of a firm. The gap la the painful thing for the an equal basis so far as armaments A. D U83. to make illatrlliutlon of the
1 lus for to preach the gospel and the farmers and they will continue to especially, are concerned, A. J. THOMAS estate of Dun Krltro ilocoBncd.MAlJKLlNW INSURANCE
firm is Clerk
The important pea rf Circuit Court \
them. Therefore loosing from feel the pinch, until freer spendingby thrusts the blame onto the other Bradford 11100,
pie are Important. A preacher County, Florida ,AllmlnlMtr"tr'x' of the lletnte10.2714t111I7 :
i, we came with a straighte should be so sure that his gospel > the working public makes better powers and that whatevee happens 10-13151111-1U; of Don B'rlgo. STARKE. FLORIDA. .
to Samotbracia, and the direct from God : markets far their products.- will be their fault. Position of the --
packages come
day to Neapolls; And frome that when he has delivered the Tampa Times. other powers is more vague than LOOK
to Philippi, which is the packages the responsibility for that, and more confused. But they HERE-FRIENDSIAn.

city of that part of Mace- them is on the firm and cot on LAFAYETTE THOMAS! definitely fear Germany. Theoret
i, and a colony: and we wereat ically she has no army save a
the preacher.
city abiding certain days. Funeral services were held Sunday small Retchswehr made up of
hear mel If the
Laymen
on the Sabbath we went out preacher preaches the gospel, don't afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at picked men In for long terms. I I D

ie city by the river side where kick him. He Is only a bundle boy. Beulah Baptist Church in Clay.' Practically, she has a great army,

,r was wont to be made; andit If don't like the package, call County, for Lafayette Thomas, 73, consisting of Hitler's brown shirts, y1 '
down, and spake unto them up you the firm and kick to God. ] prominent farmer of the Belmore I' which under command of schooled a

which resorted thither. .- s section !and uncle of A._J. Thomas, Reichswehr officers, _is powerful
Certain, woman named Ly- CHRISTIAN- CHURCH clerk of the court of BradfordCounty indeed. Her great lack is the By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of tile 1

a seller of Purple of the city who passed away at his weapons of offense artillery, Country We Bring You the
Biggest !
Bargain of All Time
,
'Ura! after short ill- tanks ; . ;
which worshipped God. Since the first bunday:! in Octo- home' Saturday a planes. f
I us Whose heart the Lord ber this church has had "a new ness. Final decision may be left to Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Renewal

i, that she attended unto the preacher" with a new program.The Interment was made In the family France, which has the most at Order for This Newspaper. ;

i which were spoken of Paul. services he renders are "serv plot In the church cemetery. stake, is most afraid. Many European

when she was baptized and ices of love." And the only finan- Mr. Thomas had taken an active statesmen believe it la time to MAKE UP ALL 4- ON LY-
household she besought us cial system is voluntary free-will part in the affairs of Clay Countyfor declare a preventative war on Germany YOUR OWN CLUB I

k, If ye have judged me to be offerings, or "gifts of love." One a long time, and had served on crush her absolutely and unseat -
l Jill 1 to the Lord, come unto my of the greatest curses of church the county commission and the Hitler, before she has time to CHOOSE -

and abide there. And she and state today Is commercialism. board of public Instruction and was prepare. Smaller countries are 1 Magazine From 00 ?'f
reined ua." Luke Joined the The paramount questions are: "Is well known in Bradford County. alarmed--barricades are rising on Group "A" $ alTown

ny at Troas, and with Paul there any money in it?" Surviving the deceased is his the Swiss frontier, and her small .> 2 Magazines From Group "E' a
Silas and Timothy went to The evangelist is working and widow, Mrs. Mary Harris Thomas; but first-class army received' Increased And ;

,Pi. praying for new membership, as it three daughters, Mrs. Eugene appropriations went Into
day Paul cast a demon out were. A membership that will put Hickey, Mrs. Brooks Shipman and harsh training. There la a link of THS nov-wER: : ((1 msi Year) WHY PAYMORE '

Poor slave girl who had re- piety above pelf and Christ above Miss Elma Thomas; a son, William nations around Germany of which ,
Uy followed him and called self, party and politics. R. Thomas, and a brother Rev L. but one France, Is great-the others ?

tier him. They dragged Paul .Too many church members of R. Thomas all of Clay County. however by cumulative action BBBBBBMKBBBBBBBBn.a.M it d

lies into the market places today have mistaken respectabilityfor could make It very unpleasant for Your Choice of Any One Cb/n Y Your Choice of Any Two
the Roman magistrate,, righteousness, and convention- CLOSING OF MAILS Hitler. Magazine in This Group t
I 'praetors." The clothes of ality for conversion or regenera So far as the United States is Magazines in This Group

and Silas were torn from tion and rebirth. The religion of Effective November 5, 1933Mall concerned, these events are of only GROUP Av ( GROUP Q '

the lictors were commandedat today is dimmed by the fogs of ignorance economic Importance. Roosevelt O MeCafl'g Magezlna t Yr. 1 O Better Home VGarden

them with rods which they Indifference, and indulgence Train South Closes policy will doubtless be to keep off D W onaaza's Horn Cotnfx_| Yr. . 1 yr
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Were thrust Into Jail and con- I take the church seriously until the Parcel Post. complete and dispassionate ,,neutrality o Scr_ Play j Yr. | 6 :- 8 l Household Magazine : 1 nr '

ta such a position that they church (members) take the teach- No. 107- 9:35: : A. M. It'a Europe's affalr---and O Hollywood Howle Maf_l Yr. 0 Good Needlecraft Stories e 1 7r I w
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scarcely move, with their ings of Christ seriously, and quit Letters, Special the fires are burning. faster dally.. | t3: Open Road (Boys)_1 Yr. [_ Country Horn 2 '" C
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and e '
lacerated and bleeding. being hypocrites. Delivery o I Pathfinder (Wkly) -I Yf. 0 Successful Farming e 1 yrP1Cyj
"a at midnight Paul and Silas Bible School next Sunday at Special Handling Speaking fires, the United States .. : 0 Ptogresiivt Farmer 2 yra
and unto God: has one of Its own. It'. y O Southern
sang praises ; 10:00: a.m.Commanded. consumingthe 1tt' Agriculturist ,'.
he prisoners heard them. And Worship at 11:00: North prarie country. Not a literal 'M.g arise .. 1Ii4 R And Tear ChoIce/ c/Any pas t
'"Or there was a great earth- No. 12_____________ 3:00: P. It blaze It U In the minds and heartsof THREE IN ALL +.t:$ 1 JkfduM, in Group A j t
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to that the foundations ofrtson a.m.Sermon themes: Sunday 11:00 Parcel Post and farmers, who believe the AAA jsr THREE IN ALL '

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were shaken; and 1mll am., "There Shall Be No More Letters. has failed to aid them; have ____________

lely all the doors were opened Death." 7:30 p.m., "Automobilesand Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Only watched their purchasing power, in -HJS': OFFkR
every one's bands were Wide Roads"--a fulfilled No. 108.,_______ 8:60: P. M. I many Instances, go sharply down Omtl.m niI >' r

l And the keeper of the prophecy; text. Nahman 21113.: Letters, Special i while other prices went sharply _
n;' awaking out of his sleep, All are cordially invited to pray Delivery and i up. The administration is frankly enclose. 1:. P1.M. end ... the thrw tntritinti' s a'

wing the prison doors open, for and attend these services. Special Han- I worried aa the farm strike movement There are no strings attached to'tfcla chtclud with a y.Br- sub.cplp( >tioa t. your B.wtpap Z ,

T his' sword, and would have Faithfully yours, dling. I grows, takes in more farm- | offer! Every mgatln subscriptionwill '
himself, DAUGHERTY Nos. 1&2-_____ 6:00: P. M.
supposing that the W. E. era more kinds of products, more ..
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had been Letters and states. t* filled exactly u repc'esented.Nam. -"
Jfj fled. And Paul Evangelist. MIlo Reno, who can be

a loud voice, saying I Parcel Post. both a fire eater and a fire maker, If any of your abscrtpUons! are reserer '
'*Mf no harm: for we are allPrantU It ha been estimated that every came into eight again with his I newels the time be or R.P.D.. .. y'
he caned for a light, year 65.0OO: girls disappear in the Starke And Bell BranchNo. Farm Holiday Association told his wiu properly extended / .

fen r in, and came trembling United States and< no trace of themla 101-Mall leaves_ 6:5O A.M.No follower to buy nothing, sell ; and Sutau.t .

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Bradford ANOTHER County-OPPORTUNITY la soon to havean Maybe You've I [ Dc. 'IE VIP."

1877 opportunity of seizing benefits ,

'''_''' _u derived from a co-operative move Heard It ButThis ." _
-
ment. A meeting will be held Sat _
Published: Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class urday In the 'court house and an ,j '

]Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida attempt will be made to form a I % \ treordinaryjuna

I L u corporation whose members may has been one of those II s /8ff of t'ufareceMUU
borrow money from the Production weeks, folks. AU we've been able I --y

E. L. Matthews. _.__ _', ._. _. ._______Editor. and. Owner- -- Credit Corporation of Columbia, to think about was keeping our (I/i/ IT, invented one uses 4Bft- %,..
-- blown.
-- S. C. feet warm and our nose k\\

; SUBSCRIPTION RATE The co-operatives have neve* Well have YOU had any Ideas fora I .ov
'" in this column Then don't go around ii ..
been a howling success -
in Advance
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable f
county, principally because their criticising us, saying: we are supping E'.I'. a
Advertising Rates on Application membership was not large enoughto : and whatnot Of course, we _

,, _. .. u. __ make any action on their part could always fill It up with gossipIf
we wanted to, so maybe you'd
binding.
Pay your taxes now and get a discount.o better This time, however -
keep quiet.
However, It is to be hoped that,
we're content to rest on our
under stress of the times, those ;
1933 will soon be over, and there are few people who will growers who are in need of cash laurels and repeat a few stories, __
of them original, most of them
and will not none
will attend the meting 1 -
regret it.And. heard beforbut bear with us,
t'o be wary of trying for a loan simply -
because they have to unite witha folks, bear with us. \\ -

r. soon the air 'will'be filled with the delightful smellof few of their fellows in order to NO TROUBLE AT ALL II\ ..' .xe&iic_ _
get It. .
boiling syrup. ." If the lesson of co-operation Is I. Who told us the one about the \\ t', ,%%. %... ____' __. I
: a learned from this movement thereIs I boys In a fraternity house at one

Why does a drunk" man insist he's sober and a sober man reason to believe that agriculture -'of our leading universities? Well, -
in this county will face a pe- anyway they got a note one day :
insist he's drunk? riod of reconstruction. In spite of from the house mother of a sorority .. ; : -/ 1cieJ.a ChWal
across the street, askln _themplease
markets recently
0 governmentals programs, completed by "

The horse and prosperity will likely return to the farm are ruinous still levels chaotic, and; prices the specters are still. at night to, as pull the down girls In their her shadesat sorority 3us'stax convicts is the

at the same time. and had seen men running naked
foreclosures constantly
mortgage
3 Ufa P1nrnf1eszK
0 mounting taxes are always from the showers. The' boys said ""-, j world\ I
all would down the
before the farmer. right they pull
Add similes : As impossible as a nudist losing his shirtin The most practical'way of bettering shades, but added that they didn'tsee G
'
how the girls could have seen
the stock market. ; the situation is through co ., J.t
anything, the two houses being on ,
o operation.This a diagonal, and not very close anyway
does cot mean passive co- : The house mother, In due
Sally Rand got ten days and $10,000 worth of publicity ; lrI
operation such as becoming a member u
course, replied, "I have found,
out of her fan dance. of some co-operative, paying she wrote/ "that the girls can see Ii

o. dues and letting It go at that. It right Into your corridor. All they

What is good in the NRA should live ; what.is not shoulddie means aggressive cooperationwhere have to do Is to stand on the radiator f,
every farmer considers In the hall."
General Johnson says. fighting for the co-operative his I ) aII

o personal affair.In I MEET SANKA ;/ 0.. IIj Ith)
.
And now they're telling us that dollar in our pocketsIsn't brief, the farmer must continually And then there is the one about ." 'w /
work for his cooperative.He : the matron who had an old school '1,
.
.h worth but fifty. cents,; must strive to gain new mem chum ''In to lunch the other day. "- n .- t,

: o bers. He must point out to his The 'meal was served by a maid !ottll
neighbors the benefits that only until 'the end, when the hostess''' -- 'C. 'CCUI'A/ Htt'tlsJlrtHteHls,01':4
An orchid to that New York movie theatre that shows. J :'
co-operation can gain. He must Japanese cook appeared with a the speed of a
polfclub "'
egg
: pictures for children only. hzg Alack buf- ofSt
offer undeviating allegiance.The trayI upon which were cups, saucers .
0 organization of a. corpora I"and a silver coffeepot, and ,both duck and eyys are //4rc ZraMofs of'ax expert StSu

Big oaks from little acorns grow, but don't sit down and tion Saturday will require ten placed It deftly before her normal in shout that it travels asQ1'tt'dtyl4lexC Bro
"This Is Sanka," said the hos
members. Whether our growers every
wait for the little acorn to cultivate itself. tess. risfaafkstas/35alesperhaur: !
have yet )learned the lesson of cooperation .
.ti 0 remains to be seen. "How do you ao, Sanka," Inquired H'PUsiox. Okzo. I n

The United States can't get Insull.! Apparently the --- her guest. I vi

}' I Greeks do not have a word for extradition. TUG SAFETY DRIVE ALL- 1a
LITTERED UP ''"O.T.M. He had never seen or that way the thing Is not going
1 o Pledges of support for the state It was the New Yorker, as wellas to t
heard of such a mark on brandy happen except by duress
/1 Someone wistfully remarked that court week makes a cabinet's highway safety drive are we remember, that told about bottles before, he said. "Oh, Late the worst way to brlt
pouring Into Tallahassee from all the two little boys who went intoa that!I" said "That stands anything about." utu
: i town look like it did back in the boom days. Sherry.
sections of the state and Governor butchershop the other Saturdayand foo
for 'Offered to Morgan, It's the In Washington today anot
i"I'm o Sholtz, pleased with Its success, asked the proprietor for dog I offered o Classify
same brandy, you see, you great President Is fighting to br
going to follow in Mae West's hipsteps," says Sally hopes to make It continue in effectiveness meat, explaining that their dog had in Paris." about a redistribution of wealth
-not merely endure for a pups. "How many?" asked the I RUSSELL: KAY T
Rand. That certainly won't be the straight and narrow path. butcher Secretary, Florida Press Auoiiatior lift this nation out of the sloug
week or a month.Florida's preparing to wrap up a et
o few scraps. "Sh6 has thirty-three" And in closing-If you don't be- depression and place it on the p
drive Is similar to Intensive
7 Gainesville Evening Sun says that the reason some campaigns In the interestof said one of the youngsters. Halfa lieve little that newspapers have their I don't know about the rest of to progress and prosperity.It t

'; automobile accident dozen patrons were in the shop troubles, consider the em- you folks, but I want to take my Is a Herculean task. n
'. people never get anywhere is because they never start any- have recently been preventionthat carried on and this threw them into an up- barrassment of the one that by the hat off to his little guy Pecora. problem of a "new deal" win

''>' where. In all parts of the country. roar. The little spokesman for the simple omission of the little word"not" When It comes to woofin' and puf same old deck of "markedIs at n

" '.' 0 Many automobile accidents are pair accepted the scraps the butcher printed the following notice: fin' and blowln' straw-men down, difficult. The bulk of Us care at
gitve him '(only enough! for Mr. J. A. Blank wishes to he's a wow. still stacked on one side of .
the result of reckless
The kids are beginning to count the days until Christ- there are many also, driving that can, but be twelve or fifteen dogs) and walked announce that he will be responsible I I While the rest of us poor saps table, but we are getting bet ci j

ma. The head of the..house is, too-but for a different attributed to carelessness on the stiffly to the door, followed by his for all bills contracted have been payln' our money for a hands right along so keep y c,;
:Companion. He turned there witha by his wife or immediate courage up and don't letI tt
reason. part of pedestrians. seat In the gallery and been aittln'with
look of and family from this date on. May' Street or Congress or anybodyto
disgust disdain for
0 A recent survey showed that pedestrian 4 1933. our eyes poppin' out while oc''
,
I deaths In 1932 were forty- the ignorant persons who had guys like Wiggin guessed which cut the cards when you ar
\ Punta Gorda Herald cynically remarks that the honey- four per cent all of deaths due to laughed. "She had thirty-four," But at that we suppose the card we was thlnkln' about or lookin', A,

moon is over when the pain in the heart shifts to one in automobile-accidents. There were he said coldly "but one died." newspaper's embarrassment wa
:' the neck. 12,770 foot travelers killed out of half bo great as that of Mr. Blank steps up on the stage and says: Fred A., Victor claims that Lot
ONE ON MORGAN when Mrs. Blank returned from peal will knock out the Democr
a total of 29,000 automobile acci- rOIe !
"Oh yeah! What about that ace
0 dent deaths In the United States And the New Yorker tells an- shopping on May 5. for forty years just as the slav
sleeve and the false bot-
Poor tax collectors. As if their regular jobs didn't make The survey disclosed four chief other* bne-this time on the elderJ. tom up your In that ?" issue did. If we get his point,
stove-pike Kelly vetTI
facts in the pedestrian accident P. Morgan, of all people. It people will punish the party !
i them
unpopular enough they ntnv have to sell automo-
We can kid and wise-crack aboutIt .
problem: seems that Morgan and Louis letting them vote. The 1 N ..vi.ucl
bile tags. 1. Auto-pedestrian accidents are Sherry, the caterer, had been F From Other Pens all we like, but take It from me, Yorker. /
I
j f 1 0 only five per cent less than auto- friends for years. They very often it isn't funny. Maybe he knows It ron
auto accidents. went to Europe on the same boat and maybe he don't but right now toe,
Fashion designers
black bridal
; r are reported using for' 2. The pedestrian Is almost twiceas together; Morgan usually deferredto' Mr. Pecora Is doin' a "Hand writln' tfof

gowns. "We don't see. any use in starting the mourning son likely to be killed a* tIle mo Sherry's taste In fine liquors "VOUNO MAN BE COURTEOUS" on the wall" act and a hundred and e

eafTI3 the game.ftr torist. and on one occasion In Paris asked twenty million people are standln' .-.- d,
3. Only twenty-five per cent of him to buy up some fine brandy "Young man answer 'your let around in a daze tryln' to dope out AND

: 0 aU accidents occur,'outside x>f clUes for the Morgan cellar Sherry set ters." This la1 the advice that just what It means. N

\ The University of Florida is instituting a search for its or towns, but they are responsiblefor out early one morning and spent Thomas Arkle Clark emeritus Our forefathers drafted a Con- ''Jet.

{ oldest student. Why not\ look around the campusmaybehe more than CO per cent of all the 'day sampling brandies. In the dean of men at the University of stitution which guaranteed all men -

hasn't graduated yet.. deaths. evening; he went to Morgan'srooms Illinois, gives to young professionaland the rights to "Life liberty and the NOW diU
4. Accidents to pedestrians walk- carrying with him a fine business men In the Rotarian' pursuit of happiness," but unfor- o'eruat

:.. 0 Ing along rural highways are at old bottle. "This," he said "Is the magazine, in what was probablyhis tunately a few greedy, selfish Indi-

Hitler has barred, thetune, "Lazy Bones" from Germany.. least four times as fatal as any beat brandy to be obtained In last magazine article, written a viduals have Interpreted it "High Ole

"( Perhaps it would be better for the rest of the world if Hitler other type of accident. cases France of; it.I "have bought you two short time before his death. Life, unbridled' Liberty and the The: greatest value in th] tore
The following are the chief "The only sort! of letter which pursuit of unlimited wealth." i
; had a few more lazy bones. Morgan seemed to be a bit history of the dress iij
points to pedestrians: Narrow grumpy may be ignored, according to Mr. This would be a mighty good C
o roads; black pavement that offers that''evening, and after samp- Clark, "is the insolent. Insulting time for a few folks in this coun- dustry. We just receivea 111

A Milwaukee cheese factory was blown to bits the other less contrast to the pedestrian and again ling the, and prize scowled scowled, sampled it :' one. But any courteous letter is try to get a copy of .Aesop'. Fables shipment of new fa t
requires greater illumination; cuts again. "It Is not entitled to a courteous and a and read that about the w
' day by a well-placed bomb. No jury would convict the i through hills, fills and curves; good "he said. "I don't like It." Nor prompt reply the manger.yarn Then they might dogin :shades! in Ladies' tadha.

'I l; : bomber if it was a limbijrger: : factory. recreation and refreshment loca- would he take over the two cases; "Years ago I was cioseiy asso- try thumbln' their Bible and read .'

: tions where parked cars interfere Sherry was stuck with them. ciated with a man high up in about the Babe in the manger, the KNITTEDDRESSES ron

'1. with pedestrian visibility schools, Back in New York, Morgan tics and business," he related. pou.1[ money changers in the Temple, < st
Twenty-one thousand fans attended the last football dropped in at Sherry's restaurantone
factories, parks, etc., where pedestrians never failed to answer a and ponder over such as
passages
I'! game in Jacksonville. Who was it that predicted a year ago walk on or cross highways; day for lunch. "Ah." said never lost an opportunity to write "Am I my brother's keeper"-"Do BbA

s that football was losing Its popularity? vehicles passing vehicles; "thumb- : Sherry with a highlight in his the note of congratulation or of unto others" et cetera."I lookin
eyes, "I now have some for Very smart
brandy
"
lag, where pedestrians stand on condolence or sympathy. If a man sac
r } .4t' 0 edge of road to attract attention; your He brought out a bottle, I he knew won an honor or a promotion see a crisis approaching frocks that can be usj cr

;'. j : If camps for unemployed men are called conservation roadway laborers Inadequately pro- handed poured it out to the a great small glass"That, and" : or did anything worthy of acommendation that to unnerves tremble me for, and the causesme safetyof for almost every dayti
man. ,
I tected by signs; glaring lights; wet a note was sent to sri'l
j.. camps, those for unemployed women should be called conversation pavement. said Sherry "is the finest brandy him. If he learned of the arrivalof this country Corporations- occasion, and the price< .

\\J :,. camps, observes the Avon Park Sun. Pedestrians should walk single obtainable!" Morgan tasted it a new baby, whether the jani have been enthroned, and an astoundingly low98c-
0 file facing oncoming traffic; avoid smiled, tasted it again, and smiled tor's or the political leader's, he era of corruption In high
'j "Excellent places will follow, and the
he said. 'Til
take
out of the of wrote
blind spots; get way something that was sure to
r "I felt like saying I wasn't married and now I feel like meeting or passing cars; wear what you bave-how much have make the newly-made father feel money power of the country each 11h
saying I married.-Lupe Velez Weismuller. And you?" will try to prolong its reign by
am we light colored clothing at night or good. He cleaned up his correspondence -
I a .\} feel like saying "Nuts I" to the whole business. carry a reflecting device. The motorists "Two Some cases," said Sherry. every day; there were working the upon the until prejudicesof all eata
in turn, should know that time later Mr. Morgan no unanswered letters on his desk people the ;
.Iw' o encountered Sherry again said wealth is aggregaed In a few torn
pedestrians are not entirely visibleat when he closed It at the day's end.
Atlanta Journal says we're not asking much of General nIght They should avoid the that in examining the brandy afterIt It wasn't wholly sentiment with hands and the republic Is de- krl
extreme edge of the road and was delivered to him, he had him; It was good business. stroyed. I feel at this moment Ladies 1007" StyStai
Johnson. We only want low prices on everything we have '
fi been surprise and to "' more enxlety for the safety of Pure WoolButton
sound their horns for any pedestrian puzzled note Tve gained more friends,' he .9 9
I.., to buy and high prices for everything we have to sell. situation that seems doubtful. that across the label of each bottle used to say to me, 'and rye our country than ever before. DownSweaters '2 Niry

0 Street lighting wide sidewalks and appeared In red ink, the letters strengthened my friendship with God grant my" forebodings are D

Columbia University freshmen voted they'd rather earn traffic signals should be provided. more men by careful attention to groundless. Blue, Black, ca
States without laws prohibiting i continue to the letters I have written than The above solemn prophecy and Tan & Green pa
operate beyond con- by
I. Phi Beta varsity letters. This in spite of f@star
Kappa keys
t than hitch-hiking, or laws requiring pedestrians sumer demand.A any other method The man whodoesn.t warning was spoken not yesterdayor
t the fact that football letters show up several blocks further to walk to the left facing: dollar spent now for building answer Is a poor politician, the day before, but seventy-two

I k than the coveted keys. traffic should pass them. Theseare does two things. It helps the con- a poor business man, and he Is neglecting years ago by Abraham Lincoln in Gotham Gold Strip FlacIt It
constructive suggestions and struction Industry put back to one of the most valuable his message to Congress in 1881. '
0 should be considered by all Intelli- work thousands Of skilled and unskilled social assets that he can possess.' And later another President. Pure ,
'
i, The Willard, Ohio, board of education has ruled that gent persons workers; it buys needed materials Indifference, lack of Interest Woodrow Wilson warned us In I SiU:98 top rat

I ;I teachers can't leave town for the weekend without giving -p- now cheaper than they can procrastination are the reasons at these words: : Hose

I notice. Do they mean to tell us that Ohio teachers have DO YOUR PART NOW be bought later. Even though the the back of the neglect in most of "You must put the credit of Ladies
t.. cost is now higher than It was a the instances which Mr Clark this
country at the .disposal of UkV
,
enough money to leave town? Production, continued production few months ago this merely proves mentions in his article, while ignorance everybody on equal Urma. Service Weight
: 0 is necessary If our manufac- that costs are increasing. To save or embarrassment he the banking
iyUm 'of this
turning plant are to keep men employed : and create Jobs, act NOW. joints out, often
money keeps a man from
The Leesburg Commercial is putting out some bad pub- country does not need to be Indicted A
Buying power must be A dollar will for
buy more acknowledging
you correspondence
.
licity for that thriving Arcadia industry The Commercial built. Buying power must be used. today, do more for your country, from writing the letter that courtesy or- must see that, It Is the convicted.business We of The J & R Stor *1

I Bays a negro caddy is authority for the statement that a buzzard Only through consumption which than later. Analyze your building or politeness dictates should the United States is set absolutely
will demands Increased productiln can needs. Ask ;yourself, "How can I be written.-From The Rotarian ()"'' 0.ly
t not eat rattlesnake meat. free of every feature of to ""-* ]
payrolls be built No Ned poor
W up. plant can best do my part! Magazine.
\;.;,,,, r monopoly unless you feel cool

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