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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 17, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:'OLIIME;; FIFTY-SIX FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933 NUMBER TWO

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Farmers UniteIn Local Stars Spectators Get Stagef ShiverAs right Huge Civil Works /Scoby Jury Still Out


WELCOME ALUMNIThe And Refuse To Come Out

Loan Body Program PlannedApproximately
The Lenoida are very incon'tderate -

SENIOR CLASS OF BRADFORD IIIGII SCHOOL -or so a small band of amateur Early Friday Morning;

astronomers will tell you -
Counties Bequests the Presence of the
For 3 when, asked if they saw any stars 60,000I..n! To lie

ALUMNIAt fall Thursday mo 'nlng. Employed Within Short

This small but hardy group of Ttmn Spend Night TogetherLake

B. B. U. Production Credit Corporation the stellar enthusiasts, compobed of -
Formed At Meeting THIRD ANNUAL teachers and. students of B. II. S. Plans for a huge civil works program
In Florida, with thousandsof -
Here SaturdayA as well as other interested persons,
HOMECOMING CELEBRATIONNOVEMBER arose at 2:00 o'clock Thursday men regularly employed, were Itutler Boy Dies COURT ROOM CROWDED

production credit association morning in spite of the Icy admonition announced this week by Marcus From Football Injuries
IT STARKE, FLORIDA Fagg state civil works administrator Gainesville Bellboy Is Surprise
with capital stock of $20,000 was of thermometers hovering
\Mtnr Called) Ity
under authority of the newly
organized Saturday at the courthOUSe dangeroubly near the freezing broadened of the Federal Freeman Spires, 10, son of Mr. State
here for the purpose of oper- Friday Afternoon-Football Game, Bradford High vs. Newberry. mark, and, arming themselves with Relief Administration.scope and Mrs. G. W. Spires, died at his -

ding under the Farm Credit Act Friday Night.-Reception, 8:00 to 9:00; ))O ('c, 9:00: to 12:00: weiners and gallons of hot coffee, home in Lake Butler last Thursday Six: men sitting. a jury In the
Lf f 1933. The organization was departed for Keystone Heights Approximately 60,000 men afternoon after a brief illness, as trial of Mandel Scoby, Tampa
Woman's Club.
named the B. B. U. Production where the big pier is thought to be chosen from the 123,000 familiesnow the result of cheat injuries sustained bondsman, charged with aiding the

Credit Association, the initials particularly adapted for Lenold- on the state's emergency relict In a football game the previous escape of Harry SItamore from the r

.landing for Bradford, Baker, and watching rolls, will be emplgyed on pub week when Union High School State Prison Farm, were still reported -

Union, the three counties in which Between shivers, members of the lic works such as parks, roads, played Live Oak at Live Oak. He out early Friday morning,

,t tb proposed to have the association Red Cross Drive Police Begin Drive party did see a couple of stars fall, mosquito control, water supply Improvements had several ribs broken and later unable to reach a verdict.
and similar
operate. Principal office of On One-Eyed Cars but nothing like the display of fire- he said. projects, developed pneumonia. After hearing witnesses both for

the body will be located in Starke. works that\ was expected. Thursday Young spirsa:! wAs an outstand- the state and for the defense during ,
At SholtJs Additional Federal
allotments
Articles of incorporation were RequestMayor morning papers said that the ing athlete and was a star centeron the greater part of Thursday, the i
Mild
SuccessQuota probably reaching $4,000,000
(forwarded" Monday to the Production scarcity of meteors was probably the Lake Butler football team Jurymen retired at 3:49: in the aft- tl
he
Middleton and monthly, said are expected to
W. E.
Credit Corporation of Colum. because of a ertrubaUon by the and was well known here where einoon where they remained lock ,
Ha,, S. C., and it Is expected that Sheriff W. J. Epperson this week planets Jupiter and Uranus," be made to Florida from the' $400- his team had played the Tornadoesof ed, with a brief interval out for

Jie association here will receive a Not Reached, But Lout announced plans for strict enforce- which as any star-gazer will tell 000,000 fund set up for the national Bradford High on several occasions supper until 10:00: o'clock when

charter within two weeks. Total Membership Roll ment of city ordinances and state you, is little compensation for cold civil works administrationto During his visits here ho Judge A. ,Z. Adkins Instructed the
laws requiring automobiles to be put 4,000,000 men' to work.
Directors Chosen Posited feet. had made many friends who were bailiff to see that they were pro-
and Florida now is receiving $1,250,000
equipped with two front lights
I grieved to learn of his tragic vided to for
The following were elected to This action monthly for relief. a place stay the night.
one rear light. was I emergency
.serve. as directors of the Bradford County's Red Cross I death. Tho hung jury antl-cllmaxed a
organiza- taken the of Asher
I upon request Petitions Heard Family breadwinners who do not I
tion until the first annual meetingof i Roll Call, while failing to reach the Frank, state safety director, as a i obtain Immediate regular employ- Funeral services were held at the two-day trial scene that attracted
Lake Butler Methodist Church Friday
stockholders: R. M. Crosby, quota of 250 during the first few part of Governor Sholtz safety J- ment under the new schedule will capacity crowda: to fill the court
Starke; E. W. Hayes, Starke; A. B i drive. afternoon at 3:00: o'clock with room here from early morning until -
days, has already surpassed the continue to receive relief funds to
Brooker H. P. But Goes the Rev. J. E. McKinley, pastor in late in the afternoon.
Surrency, ; Gainey, Agent ,
I number enlisted In last year's "Over a week has passed since tide them over the winter months, charge Interment followed in the
Brooker and W. S.
Starke.
Sibley, I
however. High spot in the second! day's
said the
drive.' I the Governor called his safety con Fagg plan was family plot in Drkle cemetery.
our places were reserved on the ference at Jacksonville" Mr. to put at least fifty per cent of the Survivors besides testimony Watt the calling to the
his
board for directors from Baker Sixty-four members were en- Frank's letter said. "While there Commissioners Again Listen To persons now on relief rolls on six sisters parents, witness stand by the state of Luther s
are Miss Irene Spires,
nd Union, which counties listed on Armistice Day when
were un-
Dledcl
Work at bellboy employ.
Demonstration negro
may have been some tendency to County steady employment regular Mrs. Estelle Davis and Mrs. W A.
presented at the meeting. groups of small girls wearing Red cut down accidents on the high AdvocatesA wages Immediately, with the other ed by a Gainesville hotel, who testified )
Knight of Lake Butler Mrs. Joel
Orlgtnallncoroprators of the as- Cross insignia, canvassed the town. cent to be to work that Scoby registered at that
fifty as
ways and streets, certainly reportsdo per put Brannen of K
Winter Haven Mrs. R.
oclation were: W. S. Sibley, F. The Roll Call Is being continued not reflect It." resolution was adopted by apidly as possible. Projects will ; hotel early In the morning of June

L Merritt R. M. Crosby, A. B. throughout this week but no reportas County Commissioners at their continue at least until February 15!, J.W Andrews of Leesburg, and Mrs. 2, the day he Is alleged to have f4 ,
D. nurse
urrency, H. P. Gainey, E. W. to the number of members meeting last week petitioning the end longer if Congress approves, ] of Columbia, S. C., driven the automobile which picked i ,

iayes, J. L. Underhill, C. S. Kelley. signed has been turned in. Christmas Seals State Treasurer for permission to he added. of and two brothers, Elmer W. Spires up Sltam re, international Jewel

arl Jones, William Slade, E. J.Ung The following are members for use gasoline tax funds for the pur- "Several worthy projects for Worthington Springs, and Ury thief, and| two trusties, William
O.
Spires of Lake Butler.
F. C. Geiger, A. C. Sumner, this year: N. D. Wainwright, Dr. pose of buying past due Road and Drlggers and William Stanley
I these men to be employed on already .
, A. Sumner.The ,J. W. Brownlee, A. S. Crews, Mrs.S. Bridge Improvement Bonds at the about a ; mile from the orison
have been recommended,
Will Go On Sale
meeting was organized by R! Johns S. E. Rltch, Mrs. Cella lowest possible price in the open I'agg said, although creation of Sholtz Gives grounds, and with taking them to
lectlng W. S. Sibley to act as Manaasa, W. E. Torode, Dr. H. B. market. new civil works administration was Jacksonville.
:uporary chairman, and E. L. :McLendon: Carl Johns, Mrs. W M. ,No Protection< a
Minutes of the meeting follow In announced from Washington only
itthews to act aa temporary sec- Wimberley, D. E Knight, D. A. Mrs. W. E. Middleton Appointed full: I this week. Dledel occasioned amusement

ary. Monteith, E. L. Matthews, Freeman Chairman Of Local School Policy among spectators when, asked byState's gt
"he of the association is The Board of County Commissioners Fags,. who was made civil works
purpose Register, Miss E. S. Tison, L. CommitteeMrs. Attorney Crews If he was
make loans to farmers for genal C. Powell, Mrs. L. G. Powell. M. of Bradford County met director' for Florida in addition to afraid to testify against Scoby. ,

agricultural purposes, include I Mitchell, Henry Silcox, G: C. W. Middleton: of'Starke November 6, 1033, with the following his duties as emergency' relief director Says Now Tax Would Go For "Yes," the bellhop replied, and d
: loans for the of Kruse A. M. W. H. Hart chairman for members present: G. W. pointed out that cities and .
purpose pro- Darby, has been appointed IlondN-Them Will lie No no amount of coaxing could make r
clng, harvesting, and marketing D. P. Carpenter, H. C. Wall N. F. the annual sale of Christmas sealsin Hinson, chairman; J. M. Rosier, communities which have worthy Extra Session him relate a conversation which he

crops and the breeding raising, Guilford A. O. Andreu, W. E. Bryant Bradford County, it was an- Mallory Thomas, L. L. Conner and projects may have them carried Bald he had had with the accused

ttening, and marketing of live- J. W. Morgan, Floyd Green, nounced this week by Mrs. M. L. G. W. Andrews. through to completion entirely To Governor Dave Sholtz "It Is bondsman.

ock. Miss G. Hudson, J. E. Wilson. S. L. Stanley, president of the Florida Minutes of last regular and the with Federal funds. The civil Inconceivable that the school "Don't be afraid to talk" the

Security Needed Peek, Miss Harriet Rltch, Miss Tuberculosis and Health Associa- special meeting of October 12 read works administration will furnish should be used as a blind to force negro was told, "the court will pro- 4
all labor and cent of the
Agricultural loans will ordinarily Melba Silcox, G. W. Alderman, tion, In charge of the sale in Flor- and adopted. I thirty per i upon the bending backs of our peo- tect you."
total
of for materials.
e secured by a first mortgage on Mrs. M. Jackson, Mrs. Edward ida.Mrs. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright appeared I project ple the added burden of a sales "Yeah, I know the court will pro-

owing crops and other personal Burns, Mrs. Della Hoover, E. K. Middleton is well known in before the board requesting a continuance I tax." tect me while I'm up Here," he answered

roperty, while livestock loans will Ferryman, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, club and welfare circles in Brad- of the $5 per month donation Lawtey Parent-Teachers The chief executive made the "but what Fm thinking

e secured by a first mortgage on Dr. W. E. Middleton, C. A. Knight, ford County, and is now engaged to the sewing,room projectfor Hold Successful statement at St. Petersburg In an about is who'll protect me when
vestock. Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng W. P. Smith, In preparations for the 1933 annual the Emergency Relief Council. Meeting address before the Jeffersonian I'm by myself late at night in the

Tbe capital stock of $20,000 was Mrs. J. W White, Mrs. N. D. Wain- sale of tuberculosis seals here. Motion made and carried that said Club, adding that most of the revenue dark."

vided into 4,000 shares of $5 Wright, Mrs. G. A.'Anderson, O. W. The sale opens on ThanksgivingDay amount would be approved for No- The meeting of the Lawtey Par- from a sales tax "would go toward Dledel, who was the only wit

ach. A farmer wishing to borrow White, John Uglow, F F. Stump, and will continue until Christ- ,vember. ent-Teacher Association held at the the payment at face value of ness called by the state who had

rom the association must own N. Sternberg, H. L. Brownlee, A. J. mas. The proceeds will be used for Several ladies from various partsof school auditorium Friday evening the millions of dollars of bonds not previously testified at the pre

lock In the ,association equivalent Griffis, W. W Baisden, J. T. Quigley the tuberculosis control program In the county appeared before the resulted in the best attended meet- held by bankers who purchasedthem liminary hearing held here several r
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s five per cent of the amount of A. J. Thomas, W. L Wall, L. Florida. board with petitions signed by citi- ing of this organization in the from those less forunate at a months ago, said that Scoby had

e loan. This amount, however, G. Powell, L. A. Gray, Mrs. H. H. Last year the returns from the zens from their respective sections opinion of Mrs. David Moore, pres few cents on the dollar." left a call for 0:00: o'clock on the

deducted from the loan and does Young, R. A. Green, J. R. Kelly, sale of seals supplied thirty-five asking that the board reconsider ident. It proved a successful medium Claiming that It Is his duty to morning of June 2. .1 j

at require any outlay of cash. Mrs. L. A. Davis, N. D. Wain- tuberculosis clinics serving forty- their action at, the lost regular for Informing Lawtey residents -I keep the state budget balancedand The bellhop said that he bad re-

No loan will be made by the as- wright, Jr., and William A. Geary. three counties of Florida; tuberculin meeting at which 'meeting the of the various problems con to see that necessary functions cently been approached by Scoby
ciatlon for less than $50 and no e skin tests for thousands of board decided to discontinue the fronting officials In charge of the of government are continued, and asked If he remembered that n

dividual borrower may be Indebt- Three, Die As Result school children in the state; nurs- services of the home demonstration I, educational system.Superintendent the Governor said it is untrue that he (Scoby) was registered at the
I to it in an amount in excess of ing care for persons 111 of tuberculosis agent. After hearing all who cared ,, A. J. Griffis| was large sums of money are being hotel on June 2. Dleuel said that

.venty per cent of the capital and Of Maxville Accident and many other things. to: speak and looking over their petitions the principal speaker of the eve spent by the Road Department and he replied "No," because he was }

uaranty fund of the association They made possible health educa- the board decided, to take I ning, explaining the school crisis that some of these funds could be afraid, when in reality he did remember -
nless the loan Is secured by col- Funeral services for three victims tion programs and material for the no further action and the clerk was that for a time threatened the given to the schools.He that Scoby had been there. s

iteral approved by the Production of an automobile accident last children of Florida and supplied Instructed to file said petitions. closing of the schools last week.A said the state should not Presents Alibis
relit literature to .the tuberculosis I short talk was also made by Early Thursday morning the defense
Corporation. Friday morning near Maxville on pa- The board decided to pay one- "fool" itself Into believing it could
Capital stock of the association the Gainesville highway were held tients, club women, nursea, doc- half of the engineering cost necessary Mrs. Moore, and a program of give the schools more funds thanit called A D. Price, Tampa f
HI be divided Into Class A whichto tors, children and other groups to the surveying of the Alli- songs was heard. Is doing. Promises of money U-Drlve-It operator, who testified t:

be owned by the Production at Worthington Springs Sunday. "The depression has created gator Creek project of the Welfare mean nothing, he declared, and the that Scoby was In hU place of a

redit Corporation of Columbia, Mrs. Mattie Blelllng, 41, Worth- problems of health that will be felt Emergency Relief Council, said WYMAN AND COULTER state cannot give the schools more business on the night of June 1,

ad Class B, which may be pur.ha.ed ington Springs, who died in a Jack- for years to come," Mrs. Stanleysaid one-half of the cost being $37.60, WRITE FOREST DATA than at present. about 8:10: o'clock where he rentedan

only by farmer-borrowers sonvUle hospital Saturday morn- In' making the announcementof payable In mothly Installments of If the schools were operated on automobile which he returned '

rom the association. Only Class Ing, and her brother, Wilbur H. Mrs. Middle ton's appointment. not exceeding $10 per month until A bulletin published by the Flor- a sound business basis and If all about 0:40: o'clock the same night. tl
stock shall be entitled to voting Rimes, Instantly killed in the "This is particularly true of tuber- citizens The defense also called A. D
same Is paid in full. ida Forest Service baa been distributed paid their taxes, he added
Slits, but both shall share equally crash, were burled In Olustee cem- culosis, in which the cost of neglect Deputy sheriffs' bonds were approved during the past week to there would be no school financial Flonelll, employee of a St. Peters .

dividends: etery and Bethany cemetery respectively will be greater than the cost of for James G. Godwin.' Tal- people interested in the naval problem In Florida. He reassertedthat burg refining company, who testified t
A meeting of the formed following joint funeral immediate care, and makes. Important I that Scoby was in his office f
newly madge W Shuler, and S. E. Bitch stores industry. It was written there will be no special session
:Delation will be called by the services at the home of their par- that we work harder than all being employees <'of the State and prepared by Lenthall Wymanof of the Legislature to uncover new about 9:30: o'clock on the morningof x

"cretary upon receipt of the char- ents, Mr. and :Mrs. T. H. Rimes In ever this year to sell seals so that Prison Farm and the Isaid appoint- the United States Forest Service sources of revenue. June 2.

-r from Columbia. Worthington Springs at 1:30: pm. the program may not be curtailed ments being requested by L. F. and C. H. Coulter of the Florida The third and last witness for
Coll who died In a in this hour of need." Canal the defense was Floyd King, + k
Carlysle. Chapman, auperintedent of the Forest Service and the Buereau of Alligator. b
Yreck Injures One Jacksonville hospital Friday night e Florida State Farm. : Chemistry and Soils of the U S. eleven-year-old boy living in this
WARNING TO LOVERS Is Making Progress county, who testified that William
Near Lake from Injuries suffered in the The board by unanimous action I Department of Agriculture. Both
City
Driggers told him, In the
wreck, was buried after services at Instructed the sheriff of Bradford : men were residents of Starke when county
Fort Call Almost any day now It will be- The canal Intended to relieve the (all, where the convict went to q
the In the ceme-
grave County to vigorously proceed to the forestry office was located
Murray Hagan was carried ton Springs at come illegal under the codes of fair congestion of water In Alligator Identity Scoby, that Scoby was not
Worthington here.
' tery near arrest all who are tress-
Veterans' Hospital early Wed- at which the Rev. J. M. competition for a young man to persons Creek, Is now well under way. The the; man who aided them to escape '
2:00 ,
le" Joyner exist state tax certificates.
hip as the result of an au- are like mountain pools under the on the naval stores Industry.It the exertions of G. W. Aldermanand fore. ,
"tnoblle' accident on the Lake But- Mrs. Bielllng and Carlysle were moon. To tell her that her hair Application of John and Mary is fully illustrated to give the will, when completed, do much Chapman Te tlfl H ,

er highway while returning to the passengers In a car driven by Is a noose of spun gold would be a Snowden for pauper allowance 'newer methods now In use In thei J good. The first day of the trial was ,;
collided with a which was laid over from last I
ty with Dr. E. W. Weldon from Rimes when it departure from the statement of Industry. From the old Hampton road the consumed by testimony, of state's
"arke, Dr. Weldon escaped In- truck driven by Lawton Priest, strict fact which the NRA requiresin meeting was again postponed untila I I natural creek channel Is straight witneses. who bad previously been ,
Lakeland who was held on a complete Investigation can be BROWN PLACE BURNS!' I I '
ury 'r
selling
all heard
arguments. As for ened and widened as far as to the I here In the preliminary
t>r. Weldon was at the wheel of charge of manslaughter pendingan the young woman who tells the made. I A large, two-story frame house west line of the city dump where hearing several months ago.L. .,

car being brought to the city for inquest before Justice of the young man that with a little care Application of George Manningto located just outside of the north the canal proper begins. It Is to I' 11'. Chapman, superintendent

"Wirs. The car was the property. Peace Edwin Fouraker of Baldwin. and effort two people can live on be restored to the pauper roll west limits of town, burned to the run on the north side of the swamp 'of the Florida State Farm testified

' Register's automobile agency in less than one It Is evident that she laid over until next regular meet- ground last Friday morning about as far westerly as to the lake i that Scoby had called at the prison

'tarke. A. & P. Store Opens is putting forth claims open to statistical ing.The 11:00: o'clock. The house knownas swamp. The digging is done by and bad been granted permission
It was stated took refutation. If General board decided that the con the II. Y. Brown place was
the accident This relief workers under Foreman L to talk with SItamore late In
Here Morning
;lace about three miles out of Lake Johnson and the Codes do not get ] tract submitted by the Board of owned by F. F. Stump and the loss Hardonbrook. Survey work and the afternoon of June 1. +

:Sty When Di. Weldon applied the Pacific after her It Is probable that she I Bond Trustees of Special Road and was partially covered by insurance.It general supervision is by II. K I I William Driggera and William t

'l'Ilkes after a car in front of his The Great Atlantic A: could be called up under the Secu Bridge District ::o. I, of Alacaua J JI I was occupied at the Urns of the Lagergren, who Is paid by the Stanley, trusties who escaped with 0

lopped without notice. The local :Tea Company opened its Starke. rltles Act for misrepresentation.New .- I County for the'use of the county' fire\ by the family of Buck Grlms.I county and city joinuy.HOMECOMING SItamore both testified that they -'

..+* turned over three times and I'store here this morning (Friday) York Times. I I colored prisoners, was not as complete I'I Flames are said to have started I I e I had driven a truck but of the prison -
the local r I
M Camaged to a great extent. I'It was announced that as it should be and instructed :from the flue. I COMMITTEE grounds early in the morning of ,

L**a City Reporter branch will be managed by Ralph During a ten-year period O.OOO! the county attorney to draw upa I' H. V. Knight has been appointed June 2 with SItamore concealed under ;$ e

I Cotton who has been an employeeof patents were Issued to women by suitable contract to be submittedto WJIIT OX COMMITTEE I chairman of a local committee to I the hood. Their testimony s' .

CV:CUMBER CONTRACT I the company for the past several the United States patent office in the said board of county commissioners : George C. White, of the state aid In transmitting Information stated that they bad been pickedup +r

All farmers who are Interested I years. Washington D. C. at the next regular banking department, has been appointed I concerning the extensive Home a short time later by Scoby,
|" Planting a cucumber The A. P. Stores, which are meeting. who drove
acreage a member of the advisory coming program at the Universityof them to Jacksonville.
eked to attend a meeting to I I well-known throughout the country A long steel cable drawn at high The following reports were received committee for the Federal Deposit Florida during the week-end of Mrs. D. T. Rivers, operator of i

oe!_held at the court house are among the largest buyersof speed and fed continually with wet and ordered filed: County Insurance Corporation accordingto November 25. Other members of a Jacksonville rooming house, testified

"". D. May baa cbar satur.1 t Southern produce, officials of sand, cuts through solid rock in a- Judge, Home Demonstration, Jus-. official announcement made In the committee are A. S. Crews and that Scoby was the man who
tract t for the planting. the company state. .new quarry saw. I (Continued 0
on Page >)_> Washington. G. C. Norman. (Continued on Page 4).


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f' -: and Mrs. Ada Belle Petty of Ho- The Federal government
TI'- expen.i.
GREENWOODMU mervllle, Ga., were visiting relatives ed in 1933 more than J8.000.000
HAMPTON BROOKERMlH I
l BUY NOT, EAT NOT Emmalrns prl.st., C... and friends here Sunday. Florida waterway projects. tart
ds .itl. Aaa. NI_..... Cur. Vera Gulnrr, Cor. Mrs. J. D. Byrd of Tampa Is visiting
Dy BOOTH TARKINGTON friends here this week.
Mrs. M. Hester has returned to Mr. and Mrs. John P. Reynoldsand
; ''fs Honored On Birthday I'-T. A. Meets< Sometime we have to go against our training or |>o trole. Sometime her home at Evergreen after sons, Junior and M. F., of WHY NOT HAVE THE

Honoring her niece, Betty Dur- The following program was pra;; what we have. always believed to be a rule of virtuous conduct spending a while here with rela- North Carolina have moved back! in BEST?
'ling' Mrs. S. L. Sharpton was hostess sented by the school children at proves. fatal In practice. For instance, we have grown up in the belief, our section.

', to a number of the little folks the P.-T. A. meeting last Thursday I fostered by our parent and teacher and enforced by our government, tives.Mrs.. Daisy Pringle and son, St. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling are AH new, modern equipment.
& *3, last Friday afternoon at her home afternoon: that we have no right to take or use the property of another person Clair, were visiting in Baldwin Fri- the proud parents of a baby girl, We are prepared' to serve.
J, .f ,, from four to five o'clock the occasion Song, "America." without his consent, but if the property in question happens to be a born Wednesday, November 8. Our service Is finer, our
being Betty's tenth birthday Prayer-O. E. McGauley. blackjack that the other person la about to bring down on my bead day.J.. S. Mathis of Jacksonville was W, T. McEver and L. C, Smith price Is lower.BOREE .
W f I shall have better chance of surviving if I perceive, in time, the
anniversary. Polnaettla's were attractively Song, "Shine and Our Turkey" a visiting C. A. Pringle Monday. were business visitors to Starke
(t home unwisdom of clinging unalterably to old conviction.. That is, there
: arranged In the First Grade. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle and Saturday. & GIDDENS
'!r' where the guests were entertained. Reading, "Thanksgiving"-Bru- are times of emergency when clinging to an old conviction will be Mrs. P. S. Crews of Lake Alford Mrs. C. B. Roberts was visitingIn rUIVKHAt: DIRECTORS
ruinous. Let us consider the, present time in its relation to our old con.
and late in nell
1r Games were enjoyed Morgan. were visiting relatives here Friday. Palatka Saturday.Miss Phone n-IKIOI Ambulance Sent U-.
viction in favor of thrift.
"i the afternoon delicious refreshments Thanksgiving Song-Brunell and Miss Evelyn Moseley left Sundayfor Era Smith left last week JACKSONVILLE FLA.
of hot chocolate and( birthday Hazel Morgan, Idell and Lucile People of pioneer stock are often spoken of a* the"backbone of the Jacksonville where she will, for a visit with relatives at Win- ; Slnrkv P-la.. Branch Near Depot
4''r cake were served. Webb. country," and probably they are. Pioneer are thrifty or they don't sur I visit a while with Miss Lucille For- dermere. I II .
7 Those enjoying this' lovely party As the president and vice president viva If the wood pile II i used too freely in the aitumn it may not last Syth. -
r I: were: Geraldine Hall, Jeanette were absent, Mr G. E. Mc : through the winter, and the Midland child learned thrift at its grand I-c. A. Pringle and St. Clair Mose-
Parker, Sara Mae Wynn, Juanita Gauley had charge of the meeting. I mother' knee. Moreover, we've been taught for several generations ley spent Sunday with Mr. and
C'4' Kalch, Marian Claire Johns, Mar The minutes of the last meetingwere that it isn't what a man earns that count and take care of him in his Mrs. W. M. Pringle at Jacksonville.

1i7 garet Green, Frances Taylor, Virginia read by the secretary, Mrs.A. old age; it' what he saves. We've always believed that thrift is a Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and For Fastest
d+ Dyal, Shirley and Frances L. Crosby. The banner was virtue, that spending i la risky and that squandering i Is suicidal. We children, Orvis and Klrkling, andJ.
w I Colley, Ethel Mae Durling Dorothy presented to the fifth and sixth demand thrift from our government, vote against political candidates C. Pringle were visiting at Evergreen -
Watterson Barbara Horne, grade room, G. E. McGauley, proven unthrifty, and we investigate, and often relegate to private life, afternoon.
L t Walden Wadsworth, Buddy Wads- teacher. officials shown to be carelessly lavish with publio fund.. The value of Sunday Known
r : '. worth, Charles Parker, Ray Par. The next meeting will be held thrift Indeed, I Is one of our strongest convictions. No one doubts thatit ReliefDemand

4 .S i\ ker, Buster Green, W. A. Saxon, the second Thursday In December.All i la a right and useful( conviction or that it would be dangerous to
1 Jr., Edward Saxon, Leslie Pringleand parents are asked to attend. unsettle it; but here is the! United States government coming to us GRAHAM
Kent' Manlre. now, asking ua to buy,buy buy, advising us to spend our money rather "
t 'i, Local than to save it, and generally appearing to set itself strongly in opposition Mlu Ellen Johnaon. C... And Get -- --J
School Officers Elected to that, old principle of thriftiness which we were trained. Thereseems
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott, Mrs. to be a contradiction somewhere.
y ;- The following officers were Gerow Miss Lubedla Plnholster, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsof
k' ( 'elected by the First Baptist Mrs. E. M. Hazen and son, Alph, Moreover, the government asks us to spend at a time when we have Jacksonville were visiting the
I" ", Church last Sunday morning for were transacting business in the least to spare, at a time when the Federal government itself, as latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. GENUINE
f the Sunday School as follows: Starke Monday. well as our Stale,county and city governments, are taking heavily from Frank Abernathy. Sunday.Mr. .
in taxes and in that lessening our to a,>cnd. Worse still, and r
Superintendent, Ada Nimmo; assistant H. P. Gainey was attending us way power and Mrs. James Wasdln
t: superintendent A. L. John- church services at Little Springs our government, through the N.R.A., Ohls us to spend at a moment Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wasdln of BAYER *
: of financial uncertainty in our lives, at a moment when we don'tknow SAYER
!1r son; secretary, Harmon Morgan; Sunday.Rev. great Tampa were visiting relatives here
whether we're from the depression going deeper into
emerging or
,1, vY assistant secretary, Mildred Birt; O. E. McGauley held church last week.
Weest assistant it,and when we-aren't sure whether we're less afraid of the future than Miss Annie Cox of Melrose was
))4 ",organist, Kathryn ; services at Hampton Sunday.A ASPIRINBecause
we were a or more so. The curious thing about the govern-
year ago
.organist, Lillian Tucker. large crowd from here attended visiting her sister, Mrs. Aileen Call
ment' exhortation spend is that the exhorters know bow we
id 'I to us to
Adult Bible Class Mrs. J. P. the funeral services of Wilbur Sunday.
old conviction In favor of
feel and how we're situated they know our
'" Sullivan, teacher; H. B. Wiggins, Rhlmes and Mrs. Mattle Belling at ; Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler of
thriftiness( and they with that conviction-and yet these same
+ p assistant Sunday aft agree Lake Wales, who were called here of a unique process in
; Worthington Springs
I Young People's Clasa--Mrs. Jes- ernoon. exhorter ask us to buy, buy, buyl! on account of the death of Mrs. manufacture, Genuine Bayer Aspirin -

ate Wilson, teacher; Mrs L. A. H. P. Gainey and A. B. Surrencywere What's the answer? Money is a means of trade. If you had a cord Fowler's brother, Rhue McKinney, Tablets are made to disintegrate does not harm the heart. So if yon
Wynn,'asalstant. attending to business in of wood and no food, and your neighbor had a cellar full of potatoes returned home Tuesday. -or dissolve-INSTANTLY you want QUICK and SAFE relief SM
\ Intermediate-Mrs. Mary Wat- Starke Saturday. and no fuel, and if neither of you were willing to trade, he'd have raw Mrs. H. D. Wasdln, who was seriously I. take them. Thus they start to work that you get the real Bayer article.
; terson, teacher; A. L. Johnson, as- Church services will be held by potatoes to eat but he'd (freeze to death, and you'd have heat enough hurt in an automobile acci- instantly/ Start "taking hold" of Always look for the Bayer cross on
R sistant. Rev. G. E. McCauley. at the Baptist perhaps, but you'd starve to death. Thrift i* indeed a virtue; but this dent and has been in the Palatka even a severe headache; neuralgia, every tablet as illustrated,
',' Junior Class--Mrs. J. W. Home, Church Sunday. I'' i Is a time of emergency during which it's necessary 19 buy goods so hospital for five weeks, returned neuritis or rheumatic pain a few above, and for
: teacher; Miss Annie Laura Tucker, Mrs. Malcom Harrell and Miss that, somebody'll have money enough to pay us for what we produce.If to her home Sunday. minute after taking. GENUINE BAYER
t assistant. Johnnie Ree Cone were visitors to it'* hard for us to get rich by washing one another' shirts, it'* certainly Miss Delma Surrency of Jack- And they provide SAFE relief- ASPIRIN on

Primary Class -. Miss Alta Starke Saturday. I impossible for us to make a living by washing our own. It seems sonville was visiting her parents, tot Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN or package. .___

I I: Rhamos, teacher; Miss Lillian P. A. and H. B. Crosby were attending wiser to live by spending than to perish by saving Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency, Sun-
wY 4 \ Tucker, asnl tant. to business in Yukon \ day. GENUINE. BAYER ASPIRIN. DOES NOT HARM THE HEART

'/' Beginners-_Miss Elaine Wynn, I Thursday. Mr.. and Mrs. Avener Padgett .
y"r teacher; Miss Edna Rhames, as- -
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y'. Mrs. W. P. Blrt and daughter, TNtrgtl ,1Y1 1D REST WOULD DO MEA NEED P REST Z I'M i't0Y.YOU GET THROUGH SHOPPING

jp;,, Flora Belle, of Gainesville attended \ LOT OF GOOD DON'T TIRED NOW, ANA PFAC1ttNG FOB.
E!/preaching. here last Sunday morn- {' YoUR77t9 Intl tooK 'TIRED 6Uf THe TRtP .
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i r VOLUME ONE STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933 NUMRER TEN" :

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BRADFORD HIGH ARMISTICE DAY NEWBERRY TEAM '. r ,


; EDITORIALS [_I HEARDMany j OBSERVES WEEKOF [ _Can You Imagine ] PROGRAM HELD Is Elementary News j| ARRIVES TODAY


EDUCATION BY LOCAL HIGH FOR HOMECOMING
Devoted to the Best Interest of SIXTH GRADE
B. H. students attendedthe Lester Austin without a pencil ,

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL game at Palatka Friday. All behind his car Miss Strickland, Teacher) .
Student Co-opvrato In Staging/ School AdvanroH'lIoIlilny to FridayTo We are looking forward to making Large Crowd Expected ".t..n1111.. i
Students, Patrons and Alumnae. of the girls were very fashionably Pauline Priest as tall as Gilda '
Programs on Three Days I'ay Tribut" Soldiers lots of turkey gObblers the torn And TomodOf'Cluh\
dressed In the new fall colors. Most Marie Thede.
Last Week And Peace I following weeks as Thanksgiving hero
EDITORIAL STAFF of them were wishing that they Billy Parker not dancing aroundall :decorations.

had worn another coat because it (
In observance with the annual the time. In keeping with our annual observance Some of the "It Isn't The annual Homecoming event iI4
Hogned______.EdItor-ln-Chlef was very cold. In fact many of the Lois Long not being dignified. pupils sang -
Kitty Education Week, Bradford High of Armistice Day despite Trouble" of the will be celebrated tomorrow when
Any on our part
Dorothy Sapp..-Asst. EdItor-tn-Chlef spectators had to run up and down School staged three programs last Sullivan Carter not talking with the fact that this honored holidayoccurrp.d ,I'program Thursday. the strong Newberry eleven visits) :, '
the sidelines to
8. R. JohnaManaging Editor trying keep warm. week, the other two days being occupied the girls. on Saturday this year I JEAN DAVIS the local gridiron to tangle with
Reporter.
sumter Harley._A.Bnt. Manag. Editor Most of us had enough sand in our by the PostGraduates'revue Edwin Torode not trying to pulla Bradford High held Its customary the fighting Tornadoes. It will'i' {

L>.IB Long_____ ___Exchange Editor shoes to start a glass factory when bright crack In Industry Geog. i
exercises After last home of
and the Armistice Day pro- Friday morning. probably be the / game
___ FIFTH GRADE
Dnrothy Marwlck Asst Ex. Editor we got home. For" a large town '
gram. The educational programs, raphy. recess, the students rallied aroundthe the season, and a large throng of ,
Coulee JackeonLiterary editor Palatka does have terrible Eunice Perkins Teacher
surely a ( )
Herbert Packman not to I
held on Monday, Tuesday and walking flag, raised by National Guard fans and alumni are expected to :
Asst. Editor
biulne Snyder, Literary football field. They should come: We are that Elisabeth
Schnell____ .___Sports Editor Thursday, contained the following town with Essie Sapp. boys. As Billy Parker gave a bugle sorry turn out to take the last good p
Lester to Starke and what I Wells moved to
see a good one Percy Sullivan not going out for our news reporter, (' t
Leslie Bless- _-Asst. Sports Editor list of numbers: call "To Colors, the school saluted chance to see probably the strong- ,
-- looks like. Even if it cold and and that Robert
was Tampa Wednesday
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Lola Adklns-. ________Society Editor "Origin and Meaning of Educa- football practice. the flag. Then, as Billy gave I eat and smartest Tornado team la.'" i 4
all of us sand In shoes Kirkland moved to Live Oak. We
got our Ruth not at"poor" "
Henry Godwin __ __ .___Joke EditorA tional Week" Lois Long, Twelfth. Zeigler fussing 'Taps, the Stars and Stripes were years. Boasting an almost perfectline
had will miss them.
W. Andereon Jr., Asst. Joke Editor everyone a very good time. Rhoda., lowered to half-mast In honor of as well as a colorful backfield -

L,.ater Austin .___n ..____Reporter I heard someone say recently "Building a Temple"-Beatrice Elizabeth Craig not blushing. fallen war heroes. We have finished our health the Tornadoes chances are .
Entertainment that for a small town Starke is al. Miner, Twelfth. Martha Powell and Elizabeth booklets and some of them are I
If
unlimited in this they
The shifted to the auditorium
scene game. ,
Martha Primary Urownlee and.Elementary.______Reporter ways well represented at the out- "Success" -- Sumpter Harley, Holllngsworth with a lot of lip- then, where members of the very good. Some of us have start- turn in as good a performance as

of-town games. This speaks well Eleventh."To stick on.Beatrice. ed out to win the prize that Mrs '
student body and faculty gave the that at Palatka, under normal con >.tl{, i '
for the students, alumni, and Miner not saying, Alvarez, the school nurse, la
Thine Own Self Be True"Elizabeth following numbers: goingto ditiona there need be no worry, .A
Calendar Of EventsSO".11lIomceomlnjt' friends of the school. "Well, aln t that the truth." give for the beat health poster I
Hollingsworth Eleventh. A one-minute silence in over the outcome. However, an Injury -, I',
While in Palatka we met some Irma Stockwell not studying.TORNADOES period ,at the end of this month. ., '.
to Shuford, first string end :
"First Ah.l-Physology class, honor of slain warriors .of the ,.
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people who used to live near Starke .
: FRANCES OVEKSTREET .
might possibly keep him out of the .
Ninth.Interesting
Game. # Great War.History ; u
and knew quite a few people In
Facts About the LOSE' Reporter.1"Ol1ftTII lineup, but with the return of Carter J. 'f
starke
vm Newberry.
Starko. It seems nearly of our war-time
every- songs-- ; I
Heart"-Robert Wall will be available to fill In if
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Alumni ut Chapman, representing
Ktyoptlon where find someone Louise Jackson.
you go you TO BEARCATS 6-0 GRADE
at Woman's Club, the Ninth Grade. the position, with Inman on the!if I',';
who knows someone that do.
8-00: ( to 9:00: o'clock; It makes you think what a you small "Safety First," rulesEighthGrade. -- Mrs.Three war-time songs-Led by ; (Mrs Herbert Hart, Teacher) t other wing Inman has been dolngt'm! \ :; '

Wall. Fay Warren's birthday was last surprisingly good work, while th!! .H'"
Dance, 9:00: to 12.00( world this Is after all. Poorly Officiated Game Goes To I
"Bill R. V.Demore&t.
war
pocm-.frs.
o'clock. Ovida Andrews and Joyce Mast, "Friends" (Edgar A. Guest)- Home. Team After heard: Friday. She was twelve years old. reappearance of Wall will bolster}f d',,
.
Seventh Clara Flume, Seventh. We have been making Thanks- the line considerably. With Pack,.' j'
Nov.l1-AsHl'mbly. both graduates of last year, enrolled Tight "Your Flag and My Flag, Old II'
ham and at the tackles
Vov. 17-Senior Assembly, Sev- In Ocala Hospital November "The Gamo"--Bunnle Canova, giving pictures and putting them Chapman ;\
Twelfth. Glory"Lillian Moeely.! up In the room. this position will be filled capably, ,}
Goats win lose-
Grade In
enth chargeof 8 We hope them all the success we ; heroes we Flag Salute AJ1.
program.Nov. possible. Solo by Mrs. Gray. that sounds very unusual but that'* We have two pupils less In our and with Johns and Torode back at Zkl 't
Part of President Wilson's Parisspeech '
under "Junior Red Cross Work"MyraFrink the to be class Gene Edwards has the guard posts and Harrell at center ,, ;ii\ i
17-Special Chorus Jimmy Moore, an ex-student of way things seem running now gone ,
and a war poem-A. W. An i .
direction of !Mrs. A. E. B. H. S., and Fred Knight from Eleventh. with the Tornadoes this season. dersun. back to Lawtey and Virginia Kirkland : the line seems well fixed. In. ::1'

Wall. Plant City were here last week- "The Burglar Bold," song-:Melba Another fine effort on the part of has moved. the backfield, we will find Carter, :t: .
the Home Fires
"Keep Burning
Anders Sixth. the heady field general. Carter lethe f [ Ii
,
Nov. 23-Elcmt'ntary Assembly, the Tornadoes tame to naught over Parker. Mrs. Hart la reading "Billy and ,t-' ,
Allan Thelma SIlcox In end.Misses "Things to Think About and the at Palatka last Friday. After I solo-Billy park plug of the team, and i\JJ H ">!, I
Brownlee Hazel
Mary Violin solo--Miss Courtmanche. the Major" to our class. t
Things That Count"-Vera Galney, hard to outshine. At one of th.,1',
dragging the colors of Red and :;
charge of program.Nov. / Adkins and Miriam Jacobs, students "Pledge to Flanders Field" I Othma Grlffla Is able to be backin i) t
Club. Twelfth. Black through the mud a week halfback posts we find Captain.;I I '
23-Combined Olee of the Florida State Collegefor ago Edna Mae Pearce. school again.
"'Rest"-Dorothy White, Tenth. through a poor exhibition in a 19-7 Strickland, who Is without a doubt ,, ,
Women in Tallahassee, were at Poem on Armistice-Lola Long. Garland Godwin had a birthday
"The Nobility of Labor, from loss to the moat' dependable all around
the Tornadoes
High Springs,
WELCOME, ALUMNI. home, for a while, last week-end Poem, "Code of Conduct" week before last. He was nine ,
writings of Thomas Carlisle--lona once again cleansed the colors man on the team. That might | j
It that Tallahassee old.
--o- was reported Dorothy Warwick. years '
TUlman Ninth. sound a bit too radical but, J
that Jt's '
by flashing same form against { i'
Attend the game this afternoon still contains quite a few hills, and American Legion number-Vir- Last Tuesday< was Nettle Lee ,
"Where the Roadway Ends"- Shaw Buck's charges that won true. Strickland might be over-134 i t.J

and see Newberry defeated! very few boys. Annie Mae Thornton Eighth. them praise at Lake City and St. ginia Wiggins. Batey's thirteenth birthday. shadowed at times but his djpend./' .J. J' ,
Mrs. White of Tallahassee Life FEROL JONES
DAre -- George "Choosmg a Career"HughWalters. Reporter.
"Steps to Success"-.Jullan Grif- It ability has given him the edge on 1 i ,
Augustine. was a good performance .,f
You A Fighter? an ex-teacher of B. H. S., was }
fia. Seventh. of football on the part of the the best of them. At the other',Hjj'.. ,
to visiting relatives here the past Professor then related the ''
Fight, that's the answer why Gray rOKMEK HTDIJKNT IIONOUKI '
"Early Mpdes of Transportation"Jessie entire team-a performance that posts we find Cooper, a deadly j
fall. It's week-end. announcement of Peace Declara- 1
succeed and others I
some Mae Brannen, Tenth. well assured the almoet disappoint tackler and a fine defensive malt j jon I ,c cI
all in the ability they have to standup :Miss Beverly Cady, who is attending "Transportation Today"- Hol- ed Tornado followers that Coach tion and how it was received on the J. M. Brownlee, Jr., former B. H. passes. His defensive work Is 8:.' i. o

and take punishment, to go on a business school In Jacksonville comb Overstreet, Twelfth. Larson and his small squad still field of battle. lie was given hla S. student, was recently pledged to credit to the team. At quarter",: i : ,

in the face of what seems to be spent the weekend with choice, he said, of returning to Alpha Zeta, national honorary 4$ I ),
"Dairying and Dairy Products"Mary know a thing" or two about the agricultural back we find Edwards, whose play-:;; ?

hopeless odda.Nothing her mother. -- Pearce Twelfth. game, after aU. America immediately or becominga fraternity, at the Uni. ing la far from the performance he', ,4 (t ,
worthwhile is gained Woodrow Ford of Jacksonville, member of the of .
standing
army of (
Florida.
veralty Fraternity '
The latter three numbers consti- The game was very poorly offl showed last season, but who still j
without a struggle; everything an ex-ftudent of B. H. S., spent the Allies In Belgium and Ger- members are chosen for their out- '
tuted the Industrial Geography's elated. The biggest disappoint has plenty left In his system. We ] ,) 'l
worthwhile is gained at the ex- the pa 'r week with Harry Tyson. many. His decision, he says, may t,
standing character and 'i
presentation of educational facts. ment was, however, was the score scholarship, hope to see Edwards back In form :1 r..
of hard effort. The Senior Class of B. H. S. be found in the poem, "America for ,
pense
the of their
The lone Palatka marker was an Me leadership among men again. At any rate, a good game, >*k ,!,:i.
--o- wants to make the Homecoming which he delivered. claaaea. rl -
entirely lucky' break. Here's the Is on hand.
Our schools are facing serious Celebration today (Friday) "big HOMECOMING IS way it all started: The elections to the fraternityare \ 1'i'\ I' "'; .
.Ii"t
problems. The cultural subjects, ger and better than ever. All NEXT BIG EVENT The' Tornadoes sent the first POSTGRADUATEREVUE held once each semester, embracing The praises of others may be of t' u i I tiC;:,"
attacked. alumni to attend the .
are urged
especially,
are being
play of the game at the Palatka : men in the College of Ag-'.use in teaching us not what we are, i .J"

There is urgent need for a declara- football game this afternoon, B. line. Then Captain Strickland STAGEDThree riculture who have completed three but what we ought to be.-Augustus -;f1r', al,. .ht;(,"
tion of faith that the arts are not H. S. versus Newberry, here, and Ilana Gala '
Completed for ProgramFrld.ty flung a pass toward Carter, but semesters work and are In the upper Hare. "Zi.t!;

optional luxuries for the few, but the reception tonight at 8:00 Afternoon And Blake, Palatka left halfback in- Hour 'two.fifths of their class scholastically .( ,(V'POSITIVE'
Quarter
Program
are essential for the complete living o'clock at the Woman's Club. /
Night tercepted it on the Tornado 25 and Draw Piuked AuditoriumAnd '
of the many. Among those attending the Stet RELIEFp l ,, \
raced through an open field to the Cash) For P.G.'s ij ;
-o- son Homecoming in DeLand over Friday night Is the big night and 4-yard line before being stopped. Senior IdealsBy FROM I !,\ ),r.;1k',''
"I f" the week-end Coach Larson
were ,
all Seniors P.G.'s and Alumni are '
Blake smacked the line three Last ; :
If It take a fifty thousand dollar Robert Chapman and Sullivan Car.tel' requested to be at the informal more Thursday the PostGraduates PILES Hs :.& ,
times but failed to inch ,
gain an gave a revue in the audito- .
man toGuide Homecoming entertainment and ( Class President) l t "
The Tornado line was holding like rium and realized about fifteen dol. ;
__
a client the game in the afternoon too. The glue. Each thrust was Each Senior class leaves a varied AgonUnc. rectal .... ekaa. -- ,, ,,,I I')'

Develop a coal mine, GOSSIP FROM A TO Z following program for the day has colder than an Eskimo stopped lars.The and colorful history. Why should te ootUnsT .....'or--.J_.. SSMelantly. ', : 1.r\,
wigwam.
Put following numbers were That I. U. relief ALLJ >( ..,'.
its feet
a corporation on been planned: Then fourth down we not strive to leave a better record \.
Who was Lula Redgrave seen game up and given: I pile .. '.1'erO' obtain from '11EMO: 1';
What is the teacher worth who i ;
;
3:30: P. M.-Game, B. H. S. vs. this year than ever before? ;
Takes that of and with Friday night? Ask-well, the porkhide) still remained about "A Good ; FREE. W. aapport this ........ .; ,1.u" "'f
Man's
boy Hard to Find"Estelle The Senior
yours Newberry at football field. four class this year is the "
never mind. yards shy of the payoff stripe.So with a _.:p..1e. guarantee). : : .
Guides himDevelops 8:00 P. Entertainment Kendrick and Leila Dea largest In the of Bradford 'I' '
: ,
by history
Mrs. T. T. Long walked to school a triple reverse was called. If :yon as'. tortnrod by piles) :yW 1ry'/ .
;
him, Wednesday morning. Mrs. Car. Seniors at the club house and welcome Quarterback Calhoun took the ball Andrews. High. Therefore, we ought to and La. probably tried many ._.U..., 1 1ears. .'//t,

Puts him on his feet, and followed her Thurs- to the Newberry football spun around and handed It to Left Song by Florice Sheppard. are going to accomplish things In .. Do not judge 'i 'f '.} ,

Makes a man of him? penter example team. Half Blake, who fumbled. Right Humorous MonologueMarjorieStump. the short period of time allottedto by past ....tlEMo.FREEI1'1': ,!i1.h\ (
day. You see. she Just could not .. posltlvo, almost i ,
8:30 9:00: Alumni business Half, Tipton us. I .
let "Sister" ahead of her. scooped It up and '
get .
.. .. of Itclbiax .. \
meeting, led by president of Alumni swept around left end for the Piano Solo, "It's the Talk of the The forerunner to success is cooperation I
Robert Chapman was seen riding protnidiBf, or Internal pit... 1
(GRIDIRON GOSSIP] with a ''cut little Senior" Friday Association, A. J. Thomas. touchdown. The placement went Town"--Mrs. C. Brown. '' which we are confidentof Remember. how joyooe II'. ..u'' \ .

night More power to you, Bobby.A 9:00-9:30-Social hour.9:3012:00Dance wide and thus came the 6-O score Song, "I Like Mountain Music" having. Being fortunate enoughto Mf.r. violent( pain stabbed yon i I

certain little brunnette girl : : sponsored by which remained throughout the -Ruth Sternberg. have almost every known talent Into dull misery. Regain that I',

Coach Larson Says: had the privilege of riding home PostGraduates.We game. One can easily see that the Dance, "Lona"-Mlgnon Simons represented in our class, from mu- priceless) happiness by ..adag! for!.' Jft

"Although my boys lost the with two handsome lads from would like for everyone who score was unearned. Song, "Eadle Was a Lady"-Pat sical to dramatic skill to ability In cud using HEMO-FREE. If, :yo! 4 "t' I//;

can to turn out for the football studies and in football wish, pay postman ;
Once the Tornadoes got their sy Ruth Wainwright. even we upon delivory '
game through a lucky break for Brooker Friday night.A '
game. Make this one a bowling talons on the ball again, however Skit by MIgnon Slsaon, Ruth should make a success of each undertaking S.nd the eotrpoa today: NOW U V% kit l; ai 1"
Palatka ,
balL
they played splendid charming young lady, who Is tie beet time. ;' ) l!' f'SI
success and be sure to use they safe Sternberg, Leila Dea Andrews and .
I am very much satisfied over always yelling for "Frow" at the your played and also went HEMO LABORATORIES '

their showing. It was Just hard games had quite a time finding lungs. If you have a sore throat, places. Two long Tornado drives Charles Pender.Football. Other students take their lessons 4520 West Pico BUd. *1' It J 1,

borrow another one. I toward the goal featured the first from action of Seniors. Thus, It Is (Loe '
luck.. The game should have been him among the boys Friday as he Angeles, Calif. ;
All Seniors and football squad' half. However, the first our duty and opportunity to set Encloeed I. :\ 't'
ours. We play Newberry next. had a different number on. When half Schedule '1.00 for ,.. .
be at the club house by 8:00: pm. whistle proved to be music to the good examples which shall benefit tvbo of HEMOFREE.Ad"rees3ILLlL '\It.
have team and '
They a very strong she did discover him she said: \
We know will enjoy the enter- of the others. Seniors, shall .. .11:1'/ in}. ."
will be hard to beat. It should bean Frog Is fourteen." A little boy you ears Tornadoes, for at that we' not make .w .
tainment by the Senior cjaaa, and time the oval was resting Just two < (1933-31)) this a bigger and better year than _;.:/_./. ;.; ; ''Ii ; "

interesting-game. surely standing looks near older remarked than: "Well that, he tome. help in making the Newberry folks yards short of the goal line in the Sept. 29-Live Oak, there (12-0)). ever? _CIt_ ,....,_-.... ..3...*_ ; ..r.):,tit.X
Oct. Alachua 4
here .
feel at home.If possession of Palatka.Another ,. (13-6) 4I,
Q. And A. Department Oct. 14-New Smyrna, there x' 7
nave never attended an break
Q Why did the Tornadoes lose A certain Junior (Essie's latest) you probably prevented ((13-4J). r"
alumni business meeting, here'syour In
a the
score last
period
that game Friday? surprised us all In Palatka Friday
Oct. -Lake there .
City ((6-32)
chance. It will benefi- when Edwards
A. Well, you see, our boys by flirting with all the "good prove fumbled a high punton Oct. 27St. Thousands '
weren't exactly accustomed to lookln' glrlau cial to you. The social hour is to the goal line and a Palatka man ((6-19)). Augustine, there have Ended

be very informal, and we want B. recovered on the three yard line.
playing on the Sahara Desert (and
H. S. and Newberry to become On the first play however, Palatka Nov. 3--High Springs, here
this field was not much short of WITH TilE POST-GIIADUATES
.
((6-19)
it good friends. Here's your chance, drew a five yard penalty for off- '
). Yes, both teams raised plentyof I tneir Bowel
sand.Q As you know girls to capture the hearts of the sides, believe It or not, and the Nov. 10--Palatka ((6-0), there Worries .

: I heard that the game was There's nothing older than yes- Newberry men. There'll be some Tornadoes were then able to hold Nov. 17 New Berry, here

terday's newspaper unless It is last girls from Newberry too. Now, them off their goal. (Homecoming).
true?
poorly A. If officiated.by that you Js mean this allowing wee /'s program, but even so, we for the dance-the bent part of Carter once more donned a Tornado Nov.Nov. 30 24-Cross city, ( T). fey taking this advice! '

offsides, slugging, holding and wish to say a word or three about the night. We certainly hope the uniform after being ruled -Jasper, there. ,

backfield in motion on the part of "The Three-Quarter Hour Revue." football boys are all able to dance elegible to play non-conference
L
Palatka, by all means-yea! Perhaps some of you who saw it Friday evening. We can predict games. Captain Strickland was the TRtPAREDNESXWARDS h EI

Q. Was Edwarda on the injuredlist would say It was no success but ,, that Homecoming will be a success outstanding offensive performer of u_ -------- M

Success, in hum- this year. the game. The defensive off ADVERSITY"
you're wrong. my work of Can
constipation
? be
,_ actually overCome using
.s.,, force An
A. Yes, he slipped off thesbench ble opinion Is getting what you go The following are the chosen Cooper cannot be overlooked eith- ? ? "Ye r' MX medical men. laxative which approved liquid .
is most
during the game Friday. after and we got ten dollars. All sponsors for Homecoming: er. The entire line played air Year' say the many thousands used for none adults and children widely)) .

Q. Can you give me a tip on the credit if any, should go to Miss Bradford High-(1) Kitty Logged tight ball, except that Palatka r 11.V"n and who know.have followed their advice is syrup pepsin. Dr. Caldwell'i ,'

football today? Ruth Sternberg whose untiring efforts escort, Harry Tlson; (2)) Lulu soon found the two light guards 1 You Pepsin. Is a prescription, and t11 ,
game not
A. Yea. Write to the Football made the program possibleand Redgrave, escort, S. R. Johns. and aimed most of their plays at constipation are likely salts. ,to cure your U perfectly lafe. Its laxative action'1'

Tipping Bureau. plausible. I don't believe that's Newberry High School-((1) Eve- them. Things were changed: a bit. wi or any of the bablt-forminR pills, tablets cathar IA bawd'I'he on senna--a natural laxlive. *-. '

should but it's too lyn Hussey, escort, Henry Green though, when tics : bowels will not become"dependent
Q. What is a football star.A. the word I use, ; Torode and Johns i Hut you tan correct this con- on this form
the out. ((2)) Ruth Barker, escort, Ercyl moved in to close: the d't'onby gentle of help, as
It Is an animal that takes the late now, paper's Seriously: gap. It was regulation/ with a in the case of mineral drugi.

form of a human being and mo. now, the ten dollars will be used to Stevens. not through the forward wall that suitable liquid laxative. Hospital* and doctors have al

nopolize the football field to obtain music of some kind for the Bradford will shine tonight We the long gains started, but were ways used liquid laxatives. The

the exclusion of else. Homecoming dance Friday night know the girls of the Senior Class rather long end sweeps. In the Fire TilE LIQUID TEST : done can be measured, and the +y
everyone
which we hope will be one of the will do their best to make Brad last half the line buckled down and come when lean This la the action controlled. Pills and tablets ,.I; ,i
expected. Be way many mm and ?
MRS. HOFF.N'S HONOR ROLL lovllest dances of the season. The ford a shining success. NewberryIs stayed there. Palatka soon found adequate stock prepared insurance with women have made their bowels! an containing are hard drugs the of violent action q, 1 +

We are sorry that Mrs. Hoffman p.-G.'s have been asked to help reported to have good-looking that they could not mingle with adjusted fOmeetJOUl'Praent regular as clockwork: in a very If there on are bowels children in '

'a room ho'. roll was omittedby with the program which will be girls but we don't think they can the Tornado line and get far. IIeeda. short time. household, don't give them anyfaii your +' ss

mistake last -/eek. held before the dance, so don't miss beat ours. Let us bdpHAROLD liquid First: chive' Second: prepared helpful tut use
.
Tenth Grade tor Roll-Lillian it. Don't blame me, the editor Insisted Officials of the Mississippi State yt daM find suited lake the ful preparation like syrup .
to
Sternberg. ElaIne Wynn. that I write something this Plans for a world's fair in San College for Women have announced Third you: gradually reduce your the system dose pepsin. Its very taste will tell you s

Eleventh but did I? Francisco the completion of that under C. WALL until it la wholesome, and aorecable to" ,
Gru. Honor Roll- week, upon new rates the cost of bowels are moving; of their the rr
stomach.
Jennie Mae Bran.. n, Frances Cotton the Golden Gate and the San Fran. a full term Is 9203 per student. own accord. delightful action.Dell there htfun in ftte. and di-1',
INSURANCE :
Melvin Crcuby, Merrill Edwarda. Florida has about ninety electrical Cisco-Oakland bridges are being Themriqlhtlliquidlaxattive brings comfort at the time, or after.no Ask )

: storms every year. considered. Florida, has 100 varieties of soil. STARKE FLORIDA I thorough bowel action without your druggist for Dr. Caldwell'a'

Syrup Pepsin, all ready to tako.1 2 'f n

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PACK TOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELKURAFH.!: STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY
!L .. .. .. .. NOVEMBER 17. int.
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w.M.S.. Meeting MondayThe ---I' -

I' : W. M. S of the PEOPLE OF STARKE AND VICINITY
: -SiJilcrj Church will meet Monday after-
: loon at 3:30: at tho church. Busl-


---- :less and-UAVIU-program-M.._tiORNTO meeting- o WE ARE PROUD TO BE HERE !


Baptist Circle MeetingsMrs. Miss Brownlee Entertains David Madison Gornton, former 1 We shall try to serve you well and save for you too, on your food needs. To get
acquainted
I
J. II. Lord and Mrs. B. J Sunday School Class legislator from Bradford County, we are offering some very special values on our opening days, Friday and

k Davis entertained members,of Circle Miss Martha Brownlee enter. died Monday morning at his homein Saturday, Nov. 1718. Visit us at our new store located, at 104 WEST CALL
No. 1 of the Woman's Mission tamed the members of her Sunday Jacksonville Funeral service ESTABLISHED ST.,
1859 and share In these values. Only a few of them listed here. There
held afternoon.Mr.
) + ary Society of the Baptist Churchat School class of the Baptist Church, were Wednesday are many more
the Lord residence on Madison Saturday, at a spend-the-day party Gornton bad practiced law which we will be glad to tell you about. MAKE STARKE'S A&P STORE YOUR
Street Monday afternoon at 300: at her home near Starke. In Jacksonville for the past twen- "
t4 ty-five years and was members ( WHERE ECONOMY RULES ] HEADQUARTERS-YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE!
tj } o'clock.
A most enjoyable day was spentIn
1 Bowls and baskets of pink and playing games,' contests, etc., of Solomon Lodge No. 20, F. &
? '' and A. M.
potted
; yellow chrysanthemums and at the noon hour a picnic
+ plants were artistically arranged luncheon served. Miss Brown.. Pallbearers were Percy L. Thomas -
r+ In tho living and dining rooms was Dr. Robert M. Baker, Roy D. IONA
lee assisted In entertaining the Plain
y )f' where the guests were seateit young was folks by her mother :and Kirkland, H. B. Conner, S. L. Ho' eton .- F L 0 U R or

The devotional meeting wad grandmother, Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand A. L. Cruse, Norman C. Edwards BRAND
opened with, the song, "Jesus Calls Mrs. S E. Brownlee, and Mrs.J. and William T. Dow. Inter- SelfriaingJ.
Us," after which the leader Mrs. E. Wilson. ment was in West Evergreen cem
rd E. C. Priest, read a part 9f the etery.
twentieth chapter of Matthew, Those enjoying the day with [ i2-ib. 24-lb. 48-lb.
R' which was followed with the song, their teacher were: Mildred Williams. METHODIST CIIUKCH 25e I SSe
45c1 I I $ .69U.
n "I Gave" My Life For Thee," and .. Elizabeth Barker., Betty- and BAG BAG BAG .
-
i closed with a prayer by Mrs. W. J. Margaret Stringfellow, Betty Regular services at the Metho-
Green, Ellen and Flof-ence Merge- dist Church Sunday, 11:00: a.m. and .

I n Epperson.The usual routine of businesswas reau. Jenelle Hutchlogs, Ruby Sil 7:30: ( p,m. Preaching by the pastor S. No. 1 IIIISIIPOTA.TOES
,Juanlta Barefoot, Fay Warren, Brothers Scott
attended to, and the circle cox and Taylor did the
Frances Overstreet, Eloise Bullock, preaching for us last Sunday
voted unanimously to co-operate
with the deacons of the church In Rivers Hundley, Doris Crews, Ferol (thank you, brethren), and It was 1O Ibs. 19c
Jones and Geraldine Silcox. well done. This is Good Attend- ,
l any way possible in calling pas
t, tor for the church. Mrs. R.(J. Davis ance, or Loyalty Month. Let us .
Edith Jones Celebrates make FANY'SUGAR.CUUEDPICNIC
and Mrs. D .L. Silcox were appointed good.W.
t' to look after tho basket Eleventh Birthday F. JONES, Pastor, '

1 plan work for the year. of:, the Saturday afternoon from 3:30: to SCOBY JURY. STILL OUT HAMS lb.I 8 1
The December meeting 2c
5:30: ( o'clock at the home of her ,
home of EARLY FRIDAY MORNING
held at the
circle will be grandparents, Rev. and :Mrs. W. F.
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, with Mrs. Jones, Edith Jones was hostess to DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR
Barefoot and Mrs. Lloyd Green as ((Continued flom Page 1))
a few of her little friends the oc-
hostesses. At this time will a Christ.enjoyed casion being her eleventh birthday accompanied Driggers and Stanley 5-Lb. 25c
mas tree and program ,158 hLBa 49cGrandmother's
by the circle members. anniversary. to her home on the morning of Cloth[ Bag Clo
The remainder of the afternoon Games were enjoyed by the June 2, and that she rented thema I

3 was spent In making little money young folks and Edith was assistedIn room. Fresh, Plain or Sliced N.B.C. Delicious, Fresh
her her Other Cones
entertaining guests by
.
+ bags for tho Lottie Moon feting, ,
which will be turned In by the cir- grandmother, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. W Cases disposed of at this termof 'BREAD lOc FIG BARS 21bs.
''. cle members during the December G. Halle and Miss Audrey Carlisle. court are: FAMIfYLOAF 25c

week of ,_ The little honoree .received many Andrew Toplln, and
breaking
prayer. entering
During the social period Mrs. R. lovely birthday gifts from her' guilty. ENCORE With Cheese and Tomato Sauce Pure Fruit Flavored Gelatin

J. Davis, soprano, sang two beauti- friends. Clarence Hutchins, breaking and
ful solos, "Mother Machree," and Late In the afternoon refreshments entering, continued. SPAGHETTI_ 2TallCans 15c SPARKLE 5-oz.pkg. 5c

"The Old Rugged Cross," accom- of sandwiches and punch Buck Griffis, breaking and -entering ,
panied by Mrs. Lloyd Green.. Re- were served, the favors being tiny : continued.
_
freshments of sandwiches and hot flags John Williams, Jr., breaking and QUAKER, MAID, With Tomato Sauce ( ANN PAGE Pure FruitPRESERVES.
tea were served Jflr the hostesses Those enjoying this lovely affair entering, guilty.
assisted by little Misses,Ida Lula were: Dorothy Boulware, Jack None had been sentenced up un- PORK and BEANS STS 5c 2/re.;: 35c
,
\ and Marjorie Davis. ; Halle, Margaret Pearce, Tommy til time for going to press Friday ,
Circle No. 2 was entertained by Ritch, Leonard and Billy Smith, morning. FINEST DRIED QUAKER MAID Delicious, Rich *
Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mrs. E. M. AlKay Carlisle, Juanlta Barefoot
\ Thomas at the Flume home Mon- and Carolyn Keene. COCOA .
/day afternoon. NAVY BEANS lb. 6c 2lb..plrgs.. 15c

The devotional and business Mrs. Epperson HonoredOn

,meeting was presided over by they Birthday FANCY VICTORIA BRAND
1 leader, Mrs. L. G. Powell, who appointed -
H 1 the following standing Saturday afternoon a few friends SPINACH 110.2 Can''_ lOc MUSTARD 2 12-Oz. BEER 25c
;,flower committee: and neighbors gathered at the Ep- MUG[ JARS
Mrs. F. F Flume and Mrs,.E. M. person home on South Walnut .
Thomas, first Sunday; Mrs. G. W. Street, to spend the afternoon with
pl' t Alderman and Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs W. J. Epperson In celebrationof REALLY FRESH 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAR

>, : f second Sunday; Mrs. L. G. Powell, her birthday anniversary. I Mild, Mellow" "
A J third Sunday; Mrs. F. F. Flume, Seasonal flowers adorned the "Coffee Supreme"Lb.

;,'Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. H. Williams rooms where the guests spent a 1 / 1 COFFEE Zb.r2nid

: fourth Sunday. moBt pleasant afternoon In conver- 19c Lb-25c
; The chapter, "Stewardship of sation. ) c
.'' from the book,
'Talents, taken Late In life afternoon refresh- ,
,! The Larger Stewardship," was ments were served by Mrs. Epper-
G d,. '\Ytbe,, subject taken for the afternoon son's daughter, Mrs. Q. A. Anderson. FIRSTfor WINNER PEARL HOMINY MANDY, Bolted or Unbolted CORN
t 11 after which the meeting .

r. Closed: with prayer. Mrs. Epperson's friends wished tlon non-skid against safes and on winter'sslippery protec GRITS

; '+ t'" Nat Mrs Williams, H. L, will Brownlee'be hostesses and Mrs.to days for her to come.many more happy birth- SECONDfor darker, colder roads. or MEAL, 5 lbs. lOc

...the circle at the December meetingat .
the Brownlee residence greater mileoi'e '.w rubber HIGH GRADE NUT OLEOMARGARINENUTLEY .
David Moore Sings wears longer on cool
1 During the social hour the hostesses roads.

;, served a delicious fruit salad Over WRUF Today be Goodyenra almost new put on next now spring.will still OLEO Lb. lOc
hot chocolate.
with
course David Moore, tenor, of Lawteywill THIRDfor
', Visitors present at this meeting ,
I j be heard in a fifteen minute
B. Harrell and-Mrs. low-cost Moat
.were Mrs. V. economy. -
k program this afternoon (Friday)
P. M. Rlggs. /?, at 4:45: o'clock Goodyear today are still lower. For Quick Suds, Easy Washing
" beginning : over radio priced than a year ago. CLEANSWEEP,' Light, Strong, 4-String
Brownlee !
Mrs. J. M. was hostess
." to Circle No. 3 at her home ni.B:00: Mr. station Moore will WRUF be accompanied at Gainesville.by, Good reasons,these, OXYDOL 4pkgs. 17c BROOMS each 19c
autumn flowers
o'clock, where Mrs. Florence Andrews Brown and lorbuylnl&now.Why _
S l's /; added color to the rooms where the not trade us your
has arranged an interesting groupof
}; guests were entertained. songs for the entertainment of happen troubles before they Washes Well, Rinses Easily 'RAJAH, Supreme Quality SALAD
,' The leader, Mrs. E. W, Hayes,
; presided over the meeting and the his listeners. SMALL DRESSING 15c
q PintJar
I CHIPSO 3
.. .. 19c
[,I.I, usual routine of business Wasat- Moat prlcoil.1.! low. PACKAGES .
P.-T. A Met WednesdayThe cl a year maar
.. ,: tended to. The sewing basket was ayou..t.7o% -
completed and work for the Cprlst- P.-T. A met Wednesday afternoon 4 thicker full C.nf trad.r Traction with. Cent Pure QUAKER: MAIDKETCHUP.
_i mas sale will be started atr the in the high school audito- and gr..t.rm11Me.
: next meeting. The members of this rium, the meeting being presidedover .. .599 4t-l000 IVORYp 14-Oz. Bottle 15c
?' circle are playing a game of peanut by the president, Mrs L. F. $555Up E
1'r ;, during their, circle year, and Smith, and Miss Isabel Fernandez A IONA BRAND
r' through this game they are planning acting as secretary.
:
to make dark clouds I \ Goodyear SALT. 4
many "Goodbye to Summer" was sungas ? 'n Pound Box 8c
pave a silver lining. a solo and chorus by Mrs. H. C. Pathfinder: 3 GUEST 2 MEDIUM 3 14 A G E

The December meeting will} beheld Rltch'a pupils, Johnny Kinlaw ,B A R S Size RAilS II A R S OUR OWN BLEND
at the home of Mrs. P. EL.Ca- the solo This was
," nova on North Walnut Streets singing followed by a Joint part.temperance- Register Motor Co. 1 lOc lie 25c TEA INDIA i/2.Lb. 17
\ During the social hour thejbosi'tesa itatlon entitled "Snakes" by five of l CEYLON PACKAGE
', 1MIOM3 tea!
: served fruit cake and hot tea.
Miss
Miss first
grade
w a --- Marjorie Ray's Stump favored pupils.the com- STAItKE, FLORIDAATLAS IONA BRAND DESSERT HALVES OF LUSCIOUS v LOW CLING

,f Jack Haile Surprised with instrumental solo. -. in l.
pany an 4
PEACHES r e
,"* o J .. heavy 2 5
rOn: Birthday : Mrs. A. Wood gave an Impressive Syrup ('W J..:'*n. ILJi Cnnn C
m, address on "Alcohol and Nar-
Wednesday afternoon at "
1 ,
o'clock, ten little boy frlenJa of cotics. showing the necessity of BEST GRADE DRY SALTWHITE

i Jack Whatley Halle gathered at education along the lines of intem- MEAT JLb. '
; the home of Jack's parents Mr. perance. 71c
and Mrs. W. O. Halle, on Nbrth Principal Leon A. Gray gave an
> address "Florida, The Standard Oil A & P's FAMOUS PURE CREAMERY
Walnut Street and enjoyed a surprise concerning TUB or PRINT
weiner roast in celebration League for Better Schools." Tire Guaranteed of pure rich, ..., cream In the heart of tho world's finest
'' ""of his eleventh birthday anniversary Mrs. II. C. Ritch and Mrs. N. D. I 'BUTTER! land-. If you are teat famIliar with this fine butter-we honestly Lb 7
2
.' there Is no finer at any price-we to C
Wainwright Jr., tied for the prizeto One Year I urge you try a pound to- .
The birthday gifts were sent to be given to the grade having the dftvlta delightful fresh pasteurized flavor win surely please you I
' ''his home that morning while he largest number of patrons present.It .
4.was away at school, and wa/,.1 he was later decided that the prize NNN.NNN4Frigidaire FRESH FRUIT AND
.surprised when his\ guests beganto \ VEGETABLES
should be given to Mrs. Ritch s
FIRM GOLDEN
RIPEBANANAS
arrive singing, "Happy Birthday grade.
'"to You." Mrs. A. W. Anderson, chairmanOf
;! It was a very happy occasion for
finance, reported that money
; .all these youngsters, as little Jack, made at the Hallowe'en party t 4 Lbs. 15cYORK

,1 ,,you will recall, up until a" few i would be used to buy a stove for the three year guar- ,
months ago, had been confined to the school kitchen and put In a IMPERIAL
his home for almost two years re- sink.. anted electric refrigerator MEDIUM SIX, HARD HEAD

..'and covering it seemed from serious his little body pals burns were, 'Celebrates Birthday. APPLES 31bs. lOc CABBAGE Pound 3c

rejoicing over his recovery as well
' _j ias It being his birthday anniver Sharon Hall entertained a large CALIFORNIA
sary. number of little friends Tuesday For sale bySmith's SWEE1X POTATOES

Those, present were: Ralph afternoon In celebration ot her
Rhodes, Emmett and Comer Ferryman fourth birthday anniversary.A LEMONS Dozen lOc l GEORGIA YAMS 10 Ik lOc

Harold Bishop, Othma moat pleasant afternoon was Service
", Haynes, Jr., Elbert Edwards, A,,.Z. enjoyed playing game, and late in LUSCIOUS. RIPE EMPEROR FRESH
,Adklna, Jr., N. T. and Tommy the afternoon refreshments of hot FIRM RIPE
Ritch and Phillip Uanassa marshmallow chocolate, cake and GRAPES 2 Ibs. 15c
Thanksgiving candles were served. Station __ TOMATOES Pound lOc
Four hundred deer hate Deenriurchased Sharon received many lovely ,
/ by Tennessee author* gifts from her friends, who left r
> Great Smoky Mountain wishing her + Starke, Fla.
maviy more happy THE GREAT; ATLANTIC &

I Ih birthdays to cor.&e.it" -. L -. ,_. "'- 0 ::0. PACIFIC TEA CO.

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Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Gainesville Rev. \V F Jones, pastor of the -

and Mr. and Mr. J L. Brlggs of< A ethodlat( Church, has been con- 7 --rn '
Jacksonville were guests Tuesdayat fined: to his home for several days .aw

the home of Judge and Mrs.\ A. w 1th a severe cold. I

Bits of Z.; Adklns. : Mr. and Mrs. George A. Anderson Tip Top Grocery III v'v'eat

Mrs. O J. Griffin and son, OwenW. and Mrs. A. W.Anderson spent'

Griffin, of St. Augustine were Sunday in Archer with Mr. An ;
local .lev week-end guests of Dr and Mrs. derson's mother, Mrs' Emma An

E. L. Biggs at their home on Walnut derson. STARKE FLORIDA
Street. f ,
Concerning Our People Basinets and B. Jacobs'and Stipt. L. F Chap-

Progress of the County and Town Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Judge man of the State'Farm' spent the Specials Friday Saturday Nov. 17 18
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman and children week-end in DeLa 4 attending ,
Emmett and Comer, spent Homecoming at Stetson! University }r ,
IIn. the week-end with relatives in and a meeting- the DeLand '
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF FRUIT CAKE: MATERIAL
Nashville, Ga. Elks Club when the NRA class of
) A. F. Sauls spent Tuesday Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere forty members were Initiated Into
New Stock Just Came In
I visitors to Marianna Tuesday. ,
Fernanclina. this order.
Miss Mary Brownlee, freshmanat ,.

David Moore of Lawtey was a Col and Mrs. J. E Futch of De- Women the ,Florida Tallahassee State, College spent the for The Bible study at Mission Study GUN SHELLS, Box, No. 6s65c No. 8's 70c No. 10'* 70c

,,lor to Starke Monday. Land were week-end guests. of Mr. week-end here with her parents, Hall is attracting good attendanceand
and Mrs. H. L Brownlee.Mr.
Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. interest. Last week the study
BEST WHITE Fresh Ground
Dr. J. E. Maines of Lake Butler conducted by Rev. T. W. Calloway LARD
visitor here Monday. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and "Bible Fulfilled in OurDsy"
tf I Ralph Cox, a student of the on Prophecy .
Miss Lubndla' Plnholster of Brooker
of unusual Interest and BACON MEAL
of Florida, visiting was 15c
I University was 2 ,Ibs.
visitors here
!Hiss Beatrice Johns spent Tues- were Monday. friends here afternoon en this week the Corinth Quartette
Friday
shopping I In Jacksonville route to his home at Raiford for a contributed two quartettes and a Pound 7/ e 10 Ibs. 15c 3 Ibs. 23c
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. of Fort
Ray
R.A. White week-end visit with his parents. duet that were greatly enjoyed. 45 Ibs. Can $3.25
1Ir. and Mrs. Newsom were week-end guests of Next Tuesday night the Bible '
Thursday in Jacksonville I Misses Amelia and Olive Ray. will be "The Parable of Pure GroundCOFFEE
hat Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley and study on 4,
the Tree," of the most interesting
Fig one
Irs. Carrie Howe Smith of Law- Mrs. M. O. Harrell and sister, eral son, months who have in been Wilmington spending, N.sev-C., in the Bible: EverybodyIs 1TT ---
Miss Johnnie Cone, of Brooker
visitor here Monday. invited to attend these services.
was a
> visit here and I
have been enjoying a '
were visitors here Saturday after- .
25c
I IIrs. 2 lbs.
at Lawtey with friends and relatives -
\ Lenthal Wyman of Lake I noon. PETITIONS' ARE HEARD [

'ywas visiting friends here FrI- HUT TilE AGENT GOES : '
Mrs\ S P. Vandivlere and son, All Hours COFFEE '
,.
I e1 ,
Q
I Pitncr, of Marianna were week. Dr. H. B. McLendon and Dr. C. Q ,

\slrs T J. Griffin and Mrs. E. M. : end guests of her parents, Mr. and D. Whitaker the Reserve of the Officers State! Farm annual attended Continued( from Page 1)) l .Pound 19c ouaiitr y' + i i'O
I Mrs G. W, Alderman.,
us spent Monday In Jackson- pre-Armistice banquet at the Car tlce of the Peace (Eighth District), LET US GRIND IT t ,
MLN r'A, I
P ling Hotel in Jacksonville Friday and Jail Inspector.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas and

cnator T. G. Futch of Leesburg two children attended the funeralof evening. The following" resolution was Mother's COCOA

9 a visitor here Friday aftern. Springs Wilbur Sunday Rhimes afternoon.Mrs. at Worthington. Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere unanimously adopted by the board: Pound .26cSNOWDRIFT 2 lb. Can 17c -..- f

in Jacksonville Wednesday Whereas, under the existing laws .

of Annie Richajd is spending afternoon attending the funeral of of the State of Florida the Countyof : Pound 26c Sri ;, i'
Church Keystone Heights, William Madison Gornto, a former BEST IRISHPOTATOES i
several days I" Jacksonville with Bradford now has funds with
attending to business here
j resident of Slarke, who died at his
her Fonln-law and daughter, :Mr. the State Treasurer and County
aday.itra.
home in Jacksonvllle.Ionday. FLOUR Pure Cane, FineSUGAR '}
and Mrs. K. Bruce Norman. Treasurer Ex-Officio and/or will

It. C. Wlmberly of High- Mr. and Mrs. Maurice O Lang- have from time to time as the re- 241bs. .90c 10 Ibs. 19c
id was a visitor here Wednesday Mrs. Clayton Strickland and ford of Gainesville announcingthe sult of gasoline tax: that has been
(.moon. Mrs. K. F. Johns were in Lake But- arrival of a son are, Neal Gerald, heretofore allocated for the payment I 12 Ibs. Age 5 Ibs. lOc Ai kyIb ;

ler Friday afternoon attending the on Tuesday, November 14, at the of certain outstanding Road 5 Ibs. ,. .24c ,,, 1
A. Drown of Brooker was funeral of Freeman Spires. Alachua Hospital. Mr. and and Bridge Bonds and interest cou- ,

business visitor here Thursdayernoon. Mrs. Langford's County Starke pons. Sweet Potatoes 10 Ibs 15c ;
Rev. and Mrs. M.\ C. SUth and friends will be pleased many to offer Therefore be :it restJlved( 'by the I ., Or This Deal ,
of Jacksonville
sons were guests ,

iarney visiting Prevatt friends in of Starke Gainesville Sun- Mr.Saturdy and Mrs.of Mrs.H. L.Stith's parents'j congratulations.Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles F. .Ward Hon.the Board:County W of V.County Knott of Bradford Commissioners, State Treasurerand that the of May Grapes 2 Ibs 15c 5 Lbs. SUGAR

afternoon who have been spending several Treasurer Ex-Offlclo, . .
Mr.\ and Mrs. F. A. Canova and County :
weeks hero with Mrs. Ward's par- be and he is hereby petitioned and For 19c l
IT. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave little daughter, Mary Anne, of ents, Mr, and Mrs. John Uglow, directed to use all such funds that . ; ;
'8 returned from a short visit in Gainesville spent Sunday here with have returned to Plant City, where he now has on hand, and all such Fresh Coconuts each 5c
lersburg, Va. :Mrs. E. E. Canova and family. Mr. Ward will be in charge of one funds which may accumulate In the . Withlb.. Package

of the Stovall-Baugh stores opening future for the purchase due
Ir and Mrs. C H. Nasworthy R:: F. Merritt and Mrs. Ida J. past ORANGE PEKOE
in. that city Friday. '
Road and 'I
e visiting friends in Gainesville Merritt of Lake Butler were visi- Bridge ImprovementBonds Large Celery J each lOc s

day afternoon. tors to Starke Saturday and were Mrs. Lloyd Green, Mrs.\ A. F. which at said the past lowest duo possible or defaulted priceat I . . TEA 15c .

callers at the Telegraph office. Sauls and little granddaughter, bonds may be purchased in the I ;V
'!'rs. T, W. Shuler and of the'e and Edwin
son Audrey Bedley, Robert JEM NUTOLEO
open market. 2 Pounds YELLOW ONIONS for
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Twyman i
Farm visitors to Starkey
were Green Were In Lake City Friday
This resolution made;this the 6th
afternoon.and and Edwin Sllvernall of Jackson- afternoon, and were accompanied day of November, A. D. 1933. 2 Packages SALT for... ._. -
ville spent Sunday in Starke with I
home 'who has
by Lloyd Green
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman.Miss G. W. HTNSON, Chairman, 1 Package OATMEAL for "1
Mrs. Olin W. White and been spending several days at the I -- -- C a
J. M\ ROSIER Pound
lOc
|rcn i with spent friends.Sunday at Pablo Madeline Hazen member of Veterans' Hospital there.u_ L. L. CONNER, i 2 liars OCTAGON SOAP______ __ I ,

the Hellbronn school,faculty, wasa Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter, MALLORY THOMAS, i 2 Packages<< OCTAGON POWDER for
s.'P. M. Barefoot and d ugh4 visitor here Friday afternoonen Miss Anne, of Gainesville spent the G. W. ANDREWS PURE):: CREAMERY I II
Juanita and Sara, spent FrL. route to her home at Brooker. week-end here with their mother Attest: i LEMON EXTRACT, Keltic -_. f )
and A. J. THOMAS Clerk.N. I 'II
grandmother, respectively
n Jacksonville. BUTTER I VANILLA EXTRACT, Koltle .
I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and little Mrs S. E. Brownlee. They were I
D. Wainwright, tax assessor
rs. Ury Spires and Miss Irene daughter, Madge, are spending several accompanied back to the University of Bradford County, Florida, presented I: Pound24c Assorted' JELLY, Large Glass__ I II P PI .l.lj
days in Jacksonville with Rev. City by John Milton Biown-
os of Lake Butler were visitors the tax assessment roll for Hoxes_ ____ 'I II
I SARDINES ___ ___ _
Tuesday afternoon. and Mrs. M.\ C. Stith and family. lee, Jr., a student at the Universityof
the year A. D. 1933, covering intangible
Florida who had spent the personal property of I Tall Can MILK MACARONI Package _____u. -
r. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of Lake Mr. and Mrs. George C. White week-end here with his parents,
Mr. Bradford County. 3 Cans .17c p'A' (HI ETTI. Package, .. ._.. 14J
er were visitors to Starke of Tallahassee' spent the week-end and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. After due consideration and inspection I -- -- w ;

rsday afternoon. here with and Mr.Mrs.and J.Mrs.W G.White.W. Alderman Mrs. Joe H. Gill wife of the presIdent by the Board;,..of County I 6 Small '.. 17c SWEET SOAP :3 J KaraBallard's ___.__ __... __. ;

of the Florida Power Commissioners the same wall ac t s4
ass Mary Lee Wynn of Hamp-
and Light Company and prominent cepted. It was ordered that one
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain and
and Mrs. F. R. Carradine of
I society woman of Miami, who was copy be forwarded to the State Pancake -4k I
of Lake have ;
tey were visitors here Mondaymoon. son City recently LARD CANS
moved to Starke and are occupying dangerously wounded last Febru Comptroller, one copy given to the
the Floyd Green home on ary by Guiseppe Zangara who at. : rqunty tax collector and one copy
Cherry Street. Mr. Chastain is tempted to assassinate President filed with the clerk of the circuit FLOUR Each' 30c

connected with the Denmark Fur- Roosevelt at Miami, was In Starke court.
\;
niture Company.Mrs. Wednesday visiting 'Mrs. E. M. The assessment chows 'the following /-Ib. pkg. Sage '15c
1TSEZ: Johns at her home on Cherry amounts assessed: Pound 14cBESTFOODS Package lOc
Street. Mrs. Total valuation9': A.jj ji,322
Edna Barefoot of Bennetts- Gill was en route to > ; '
M N.Y.IMI villa, S. C., who was called to her home In Miami from Tallahassee amount of tax: at tvyonnlllg.: $8.60. NEW CANESYRUP
I 11 know Is what I see In the where she was one of the Total valuation Class B, $11C,479;
Jacksonville account of
the "
on serious Navy Northern
rs, hear over the radio or over Florida repeal delegates to the amount of tax at two mills, $232.90. or
illness of her brother, James
arty telephone line and I musttthat Florida : Total valuation Class C, Salad I Dressing
F. David, Jr., who was Injured In : Repeal Convention held in $62.594; I ''t
Its what here I an automobile accident recently, that city Tuesday. amount of tax at two mills, $8..-.20. BEANS .r

n hearing & has been the guest of Mrs. Hulda Va-Pint Jar lOc Gallon 50c 1
,
Corpenihg for several days at her 4
reading hasbeen home Walnut Street. -. Quart Jar 25e Pound .5c %-Gallon 30c j[' 1

8 a 113 J Do You Know? I
I + + I

eep reading ;? O. K. Soap Powder 5 for l lOc <<; Dote .

a t gold. goin"price and CENT A WORD% or FRUIT SALAD j' '


lollar goln' % o : ""( :.. .. ,......JioIjTI.jI..et"N, ; Tall Can 15c
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'n that COLUMN ...... ....- .....
Swans Down Cake Flour 30c
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"" @ :., '. pkg.
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es v ''' .
me very ; = "< / .
DelMonte
Ppy as BOGS FOR SALE-Or will trade .,' ;::1 f'i '/ : 1i ; r i Bartlett II ,

Crawfordbecause half corn and half cash. G. R. t.. .' :t t$1(.'" f .11.. PEARS'
,
I haven't got a sped: Smith, Bostwick,Flo. 10-20-tf __ '>J.. ;,.';.<"y,.;.-", .,,'., "..I. Bakers Coconut I 5c
I i: i
: pkg.
Tall
lid' and I have got a dollar, and -- .. .( .. .. ... "" e . Can>< 12c I
it Dollar goes down to about FOR SALE-Syrup: cans, all sizes; __ t.t / >:W. ';, 'j -
.
I'U also good supply quart bottles. #"'" ,, \. : 1III5It!! {S
probably be able to buy an 4 .,.. ; \ DelMonte I
ream for It Starke Hardware Co. a 10-27-tt >", r' "i'. '" t-
cone or sumpln.
I :;. :- : 100 Ib. Sack SALT $1.00
'r-- :< TOMUCE
;
anting season opens up Monday . .
FOR SALE-Big, new trailer, $30.
'0
you might as well get readyar Can
Auto trunk, $7. See 5c
Coat $40. ,
aome of the biggest yarns .
Mitchell ever told. I used to Leon A. Gray, at SchooL ll-1012tp Crackers 3 Boxes 13c '

1 fishermen could tell 'em but . . DelMonte .
haven't these WANTED- Corn at reasonable
got a thing on SUGAR
1 shooters. That's one thing price. See or write Mrs.\ Rosa PEAS

can't' say about a golfer; be Constantine, Theressa. Fla. ltp SNUFF 3 Boxes 25c No. 2 Can .15c ;
11 tells the truth about how
FOR SALE:---Genuine Missionary e e a . '
't Jolt he killed Strawberry plants, grown from CORN, No. 2 Can

Special stock of Allen Nurseries of Maryland HIPLANE TIBACCO. Cans_ .. 25c 3 For .25c y ?
LUE set last February, $1.50 per

1n" Weave SERGE, felze S3 SUITS to 42: samples thousand upon f.o.b.request Castleberry.N. P. Thur Free HIPLANE TOBACCO. 3 Cans 25c PEAS, No. 2 Can .
w .
$14.50 mond Castleberry, Ala.I0274tll17. rvJawn. 3 For 25c
PEANUT BUTTER I lb. Jar
A Bargain11ES | | 12c -
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Trimmed WINTER, 8M| 1$COATS to 46 FOR SALE-Missionary Strawberry PORK and BEANS, Can .5c POST TOASTIES ,,
-
$8.95 plants, by bed or by the thousand CORNFLAKES, -'
ETERS' WORK SHOES These plants are grown on APPLE BUTTER x
Quart 15c 2
wn! and women-Mild leather new ground and from fresh nursery Packages 15c dr %
$1.75 stock. I have the plants and
DRESS you need to raise some berries for 4

d" bol TROUSERS>w regular replac sale next season. See me or write -l.a- LUX SOAP Post: BrandFLAKES

me t price me your expected acreage, we can

$. .95! trade. A. J. GRIFFIS. 8-18tf ., t.Nn Jt.u.-l arl..r1 3 For 17c

11' i.tYs :j. BUY AT .THE FEDERAL LAND BANK is during tile moulting season many species of ducks" shad their. ri

'now offering some attractive THAT feathers and become absolutely Incapable .f fllghtT During' r p,
'ERNBERG'SStarke prices and terms on farms in this I period th.y seek the .h.lt.r of thick squatlo herbage. One of the LUX FLAKES
North Florida. Write or see Aubrey best known species. ..o affected I. the mallard duck which I. shown

FTtnk. Special Real Estate .bov*. .Tile photograph was mid. following a snowstorm-which.,.11 /-P t. 14c Pt., 25c 2 Packages 19c Package .9c
the bird. had their
Florida Salesman, Starke, Florida. 0-15-tf: before begun migration to iie.aouth.r ._ _
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PAGE SL f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVE1\IBER

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BUY MARION ACREAGE TO
,?; DISTRIBUTE '
Hints To HousewivesWeekly '!l """' OCA LAThe Marco Tung1 Corp., TALLAHASSEE

k organized under Florida law by a apples and other Nark

1 group of Chicago Cleveland Mi- awarded to this 'DUnc>
stl
from Horn DemonstraUon ami and Winter Park men, Friday state 'rk o,

; FARMERS SECTIONConducted Specialists, TrUlahnwtee LIVE STATE NEWS announced the purchase of 1,100 tlon probably emergency: will reji t?.f. >3dndn':Jstrll',

acres of land four miles southwestof through established

by Demonstration Agents LITTLE COURTESIES News of Florida in Short ParagraphsCCO here, on which it is proposed to retail channels th, .idmlntslt'Nh"e! :>alt

We learned when we were quite set out 15,000 two-year tung trees announced. Already

i, small that "politeness Is to do and i. this season. W. T. Watson of Win pounds of pork has ab"'ll" 1)1))

( say the kindest thing In the kindest ter Park will be In charge of the state for emergency 1I"rVe l1 i

-' -- way." However there are some operations. The trees will be shipped 1.750000: pounds ls relief

few rules that if followed will from a nursery at Lockhart, January 1. expect

Home Pantry Tour make us more at ease In the com- I WORKER KILLED BERRIES FOIL THANKSGIVING I Ind.
RURAL -
Proves InspirationTo pany of others The Florida State GAINESVILLE-Ernest Todd, LAKELAND First ripe strawberries -!' NO BLUE E.\GIES

COMMON SENSE Home Demonstration Department 20 Civilian Conservation Corp are expected here about REFUGEES MAY REMAIN MIAMI
-
: 75 Farm Women suggests the following table cour- worker from Elmore, Ala., died Thanksgiving Day, but the quantity TAMPA-Two Cuban fliers, who mmbers of the Announcement Greater

By SPUDS JOHNSON"MANAGE ales:: here Saturday of injuries received will be small. Three growers were rescued at sea while attempting taurant Association Miami!

JACKSONVILLE home pan All should stand until a signal Is when a boiler exploded at a forest. have reported that plants set out to fly to this country after par- no longer to do business have dr

POULTRY FLOCK given by the hostess to be seated ry camp near Bronson. after the storm of September 4 are in the revolt against the Blue und.
try tour was made in the northern ticipating Eagle Insignia of
and then be seated from the left the Nat
HIGHER in that the replanted !
WELL TO SECURE bloom showing ,
portion of Duval County recentlyby Grau San Martin government, Recovery Administration
. side of the chair and arise from the has
WINTER EGG PRODUCTION LIGHT BERRY CROP crop has made good progress. j
here and immigration officials made
seventy-five farm women, mem- side. are by Albert F. Voss!
t ;- bers of the home demonstrationclubs same LAKELAND-The berry crop in said they probably would be allow- "There ia no desire press
It should be aim of every and five'pantries that were a If you are asked to express a the Lakeland section will be only RELIEF RATE REDUCED ed to remain in the United States as the restaurant on the pa
operators
Florida pooltrymen to manage his real Inspiration to housewives were preference for food even tbough It sixty per cent of normal this year.It TALLAHASSEE-Since August political refugees. The fliers Lieut. co-operation in the national to i ,,
I I flock so as to bring a higher production makes no difference to you statea is estimated. Much of the relief r
seen. acre- the number of families on Arlstldes De Aguero and Roman ery program" Voss
of eggs during the winter.It The tour was led by Miss Pearl choice as it is an aid to the one age in berries had to be replanted rolls in Florida has increased at Hernandez, came here from Boa! quickly as the declared.

Is then that eggs are selling for LafTlte,home demonstration agent who is serving you. after the Labor Day storm but the rate of between 7,000 and 8,000 Grande where they were broughtby tratlon works out recovery n. silt

the highest prices of the year, and who was accompanied by Miss After taking bread, break it into plants have made remarkable a month and as a result the State the steamer Western Sword following of fair practice for the definite
several and bread and indus,
naturally the poultryman who can Mary E. Keown of the State Home pieces lay on growth an dsome are blooming. As Advisory Council Friday announced the sea rescue.CHILDREN have no doubt that
butter at the side of the every Oij
secure the highest production dur- Demonstration Department. plate or in the past the Lakeland Rotary it was forced to cut the the association's
ing this period Is going to come out dinner plate. Butter only a small Club is $5: for the first each members will'
Each of these pantries had been offering average allotment to family NEED liEU' it wholehearted
of bread at time. Break support
piece a
ahead. filled according to a planned quart of berries produced here. from $10 to $9 per month. Although .-
JACKSONVILLE -
the wish to butter do
piece
The following suggestions by the budget of what the family would you ; FIVE
burdened with the great problemof COUNTIES LE\I
not cut it with a knife.In >
extension pooltryman at Gaines need They contained Just about RARE CHEMICALGAINESVILLEDiscovery I CUT EXPENSES ,
relief work for the
eating soft food such as directing TAMPA-Five counties
ville appear to be helpful to those every Item of food one could seek. any of a I LEESBURG-Expenses of the not lost in
state Marcus Fagg has State of Florida
who would Induce their hens to lay I There was a large amount of canned soup cereal or sauce, dip the spoon rare chemical in turpentine is cred- local city government have been \ rank mon,
of the fact that he is still"Daddy"
sight fifty
from ThIs drip- principal
at a more rapid rate during the meats hundreds of jars of I away you. prevents ited to Dr. P. A. Foote of the' cut $325,000: over a three-year period vegetable prod
to the homeless waifs bo- counties In the
Do
ping. not break bread or crack- United
winter fruits and vegetables, and a sur- I School of Pharmacy University of ; according to a statement pre State
I era In the Ing care for by the Children'sHome cording to a
Pullets and hens to do their best prising amount of canned fruit soup. Ilr Florida official of the university' pared by City Manager O. Ray- statement of
of Florida. "Fi United
When helping yourself to bread Society States
should be comfortably housed. Pro- juices. The amount of sweets was i has announced. The Journal of the mond Sktles and approved by Department
celery whole pickles, olives or nancially the Home Society is fac- Commerce. The counties
vide plenty of ventilation but : lower than in most pantries, except :American Pharmaceutical Association Mayor E. C. Rog In addition are I
avoid diafta. Colds and roup are for simple butters and marmalades, nuts you may use your fingers.For and Perfumery and Essen. i the city has reduced frs the bonded indebtedness ing the most serious situation"of Its Marion Palm Beach, Alachui,
frosted cake fork is needed. thirty-two years of service Mr. Bcoward.: The
a total
the result of birds being acreage I
generally showing the budgets were well tlal Oil Record of England reached $232,300: partly through
i: in poorly ventilated houses. planned for food value and econ- Always lay your knife and the here and Dr. Foote was cited for acceptance of bonds for taxes and Fagg stated this week. "Its income five Florida counties wad shot
Cleanliness Is absolutely ensen.tlal. fork with the tines up on the right has been constantly reduced duringthe be 61,071 acres and the valu
an
outstanding for
omy.At side of accomplishment. partly by purchasing outright three until now it is the
the when past vegetable
years
Have clean houses clean the time of the tour Miss Laf- plate through retirement. crops was plac
birds, clean feed and clean water. fItte had received annual reports ant when passing a plate for a sec- MEET 8UOLTZTALLAHASSEEThe a continuous fight to secure funds $6,872,622. The Depnrtmen
ond helping. Keep your knife In enough to provide even the bare Commerce base silts figures
Parasites both external and internal From sixty of the home demonstration lieuten rLETCIIEK HONOREDJACKSONVILLESenator 01
I'' retard production. this position during the meal when i necessities of life for the big family census of 1930 which did m
egg club members and they had a ,ant-governor of Kentucky accompanied Dun
Provide some form of green feed i total of more than 0,000 containers not using it. i by the mother he found in can U. Fletcher (D., Fla), has been i of helpless little children who"must elude potatoes, sweet potato,
Unfold a dinner napkin only half, be sheltered fed and clothed. vegetables grown under
each day. It contains minerals and filled In their pantries. i Eearch for her grave Friday re. awarded in Washington the annual I glass.

h vitamins both of which are essen- I a luncheon napkin entirely, and lay I celved best wishes for long happiness medal of Edward C. De Saussure

tial. Such feeds as kale collards Care In across your lap. I from Gov. Dave Sholtz of Flor' Post No. 9, American Legion for

rape sprouted oats Bermuda etc., Harvesting If you are a guest at only one ,ida. The Kentuckian was Albert U.I outstanding civil service in the FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur

are being Oyster used shell by charcoal poultry and raisers.grit Pecans Will Prevent lay meal it beside partly your fold your plate.napkin If you will and I'"Happy" Chandler who last week city of Jacksonville and State of Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Kendi
ended
should be available in hop- be there longer fold It as It was before a 31-year separation from Florida during the past year. The EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
open Ruining Fruit Buds the meal started. I his mother Mrs. A. W. Chamberlinof award was announced with the MODERATE PRICES

pers.Feed Jacksonville when be found her reading of an accompanying cita-
C.
DeWITT JONES COMPANY
well-balanced ration. The
a living after coming to Florida to tion at the
I post's annual luncheon
concentrates consist of a mash and GAINESVILLE-When harvesting Annuals Planted Now find her grave. meeting here. STARKE FLORIDA
should be takento
scratch feed. The common method pecans care

of feeding is to have large open prevent ruining the buds that Will Add Color To The --

hoppers in which the dry mash Is will make next year's crop, G. H.

put. The birds can consume this Blackmon pecan culturlst with the Winter Flower Garden

dry mash all day. Provide a non- Florida Experiment Station, recently I

wasting hopper and one that can explained. GAINESVILLE great varietyof
be cleaned. Place the water foun- All nuts if thoroughly mature annual flowering plants will

tain the mash ThIs can be shaken off by jarring the I
near hopper. furnish bloom in abundance in win-
will Induce a greater mash con branches but for earlier harvesting : ter and spring whereas further
use poles to tap the clusters In
sumption. north they cannot be planted until BlanksWe
/ The grain or scratch feed Is fed such a way that the nuts will be much later. Some of the ones that Legal

either once or twice a day. If I knocked off. Bamboo poles are the !I may be planted now were recently

.. twice, feed only a small amount in I best. ,|I discussed in a talk to garden club
the morning and the greater part' The pecans should be permitted i'I members by John V. Watkins in
; at to remain on the tree until. thoroughly ,
:. night. ] charge of the College of Agricul-
mature, unless be- j
they are I ture flower gardens.

: Why Use a Bladder Laxative' Ing blue.Jays carried or off some by squirrels other enemies crows I'I Among started the In November plants that for shouldbe late Carry the Following in Stock:

in
which case It will be necessary
,: To drive out Impurities and excess to harvest winter and early spring bloom he
just as soon as the
aolds that cause Irritation which results husks to named alyssum baby's breath but- .
In getting up nights, frequent began pop. I terfly flower, California poppy
desire, burning. |leg pains or backache The ground under the trees' candyturft carnation double Eng- Warranty Deeds
," BC/-K13TS! should be clean and a canvas or
; the IrlnuXUr laxative lish daisy hunnemanla, larkspur -
: work burlap cloth spread around each I
pleaaantly on the bladderas
.. leptosyne lupine mignonette nico-
castor oil on the bowels, Get a tree when harvesting, otherwise tlana, African Bills of Sale
I orange daisy, painted -
S5 cent box from your druggist. After considerable time will be consumed

four day If not relieved go back 'In hunting the nuts and many of statlce tongue and poppIes, scarlet flax .
stocks.
and get your money. You will feel them will be lost.
better after this cleansingand you I Some bf the annuals that might .. Short Form Chattel Mortgages

get your regular sleep. Mitchell's The Florida Agricultural Experiment havd been planted a little earlier .. ,
3 1, l>rus store saya BU-KKT3 Is a best but can still be started are blanket '
: Station and Agricultural Extension flower calendula, Chinese '
forget-
caller.r Service have a number ofPllerul Mortgage DeedsTurpentine
; --
Z me-not, lobelia Moroccan toadflax 'a- "
1 bulletins on farmnig sub- ,
NOTH OH1 APPLICATION: TO
HULL MINOIi' LAND jects. A Hat Of them Is obtainable nasturtium pansy, petunia, '

Notice is hereby given to all whom ,free by addressing either institution phlox pinks, snapdragon and ; ." LeasesAgreements
It may concern W. II Andrews sweet peas. '. ,
t'l: : at Gainesville. ; I
:
as guardian If A. Andrews Seed ;
over Inch In
n will 26th of one-eighth
minor on day
November A. 1>. 1983 apply to the In the Circuit foart of Bradford diameter should be sown in rows : .. '

J, Judge Honorable of Bradford 1>J. K. ferryman County,Florida County, ConnIx "''......1..No.... I.3O1 1.kaiicvry.CM where they are to grow and smaller -;' for Deed }:;< [,:,

at his office" In Court House at 10 A. ft Wnre Complainant vs. James ones should be planted in seed- : .: .

Authority nclocK A. to M,sell or soon at private thereafter sale the for E. Ooodfellow et al. Defendant beds or flats and transplanted to ; :' : : '
) t
entire Interest and estate of said ORDER OF SKRVICR the open when they are four to six ; Land Contracts .:
minor In and to the following land.. NOTICE TO APIMAR.THR Inches high. The light sandy soil } ;
!In Bradford County Florida, to-wlti ftTATF! OF FLORIDA: so abundant in Florida should be .) : ;; :: : ,:,.,'
a/ The Kast Eleven Acres of 8fcH r>tNWK To William Dawnon and Jim Daw- '. ; ,
of Seo. 12, Twp. 8 S., R. 33Kast. Ron, the residence of each of whom enriched with well rotted stable : > t Plain Notes v"j.
.' la 4603 Crlttendxn Drive In the City manure decayed leaves, or other :.. ... :. .
: Which application will be basedon of Louisville I County of Jefferson
U the petition now on file In said. State of Kentucky, IT 13 HEREIi11ORDEIIEI organic matter. To stimulate quick ;';
Court dated October 25th 1933 ) that you and each of you growth a \little regular garden fertilizer /t\I'
I I (}r W. it. AlI 100716t111.24OVER day In December A D. 1933 before should be worked into the ,

I :. the above entitled Court to the soil a few days before the plantsare .; ... .
amended and supplemental bill of '.'..
set the seed
or sown.
WODI4" complaint filed against you and each
f of you In the above entitled cRoNe The same care in transplanting :i
;' ;, -q) wherein the complainant Keeks to Also the "
I {SERVES foreclose a certain mortgage aa a cultivation and watering aa Is Following Signs: ; : _
,
i firm and prior lien, superior to the given garden vegetables should be ,
claim of each of you, over the following -
given. If the plants turn yellow a .
f described lands and premises ,, ..
; l In Bradford County: Florida, tn-wlt I little quickly available nitrate will '1 '
The 8EV4 of SB\W. and EMi of BWV4 prove a good stimulant. About a For \ '; d
..r, of SI.114, of Section. 21, also' beginningat : Rent Signs ,
the Northeast corner of Section handful to ten feet of row space is ;
fi 2N, Township S South, Range 23 Blunt. suggested. "
"
and run South on section. line 1020 "
: feet. thence West 1830 feet, thence ':. "
North 10X0 feet thence East 1920 SCHOOL MORE POPULAR Closing Signs
r feet to point 01 f beginning, all In _
Township. & South Hange :22 Kast. GAINESVILLE-That the graduate ,
and Mrn hereby designated a. the newspaperIn No
which this notice shall be published Florida is becoming more represen- Trespassing Signs ,1 <:

once each week for four conserutlve tative year by year and attracting
"
: weeks.Witness. the Honorable A. Z. ....... students from greater distances Is .. ., / J, .'
kin. aa Judge of this Court and the evidenced by the attendance this r
;
seal of County this,Court Florida In, Stark this 14th, Bradford day year. The registrations In the AAnd Office Supplies: .. :V: : : ..

.; of October 1033 graduate school reached 123 this :

'''f 1 (Official A.Clerk J. THOMAS Circuit,fourt. fall and the enrollment consists of : ," ,V/ ,*.
:
Seal) Ttradford County, Florida. graduates from thirty-two colleges I ;" i" ; I

UP TO your earn In we- Knight Attorneys A Knight for Complanant Stark, Fla. and universities located in twentyfive Carbon k

,. wonder rrv .!> high Umloo. 11-3161112-1| | states. The university's grad- Paper < .E.( ,
No you enschildren.> at the .wtf uate school Is under direction of
} aDd bark at the TO Notice OKUTOIfS Is hereby AND given'RF.nITORI that allcreditor. DeaDn J. N. Anderson. :" .

b Watch .nt! OrerwwrkwlMrrea ., distributees and all persons Typewriter Ribbons ]f
lead to having claim. against the Rstate of
I \ may Sleep **** LOWE FREIGHT RATE ,
.l Nervous J. IA Fraiea, deceased are hereby required
neea, Headache Men-
to the same duly au- TAMPA Reductions In rail .
,i.; hot present ,
, as Indigestion and a of thenticated to the County Judge of.liradford w
Rubber
freight rates on citrus fruits from
other Stamps
1 unpUaaant dfaturfaaneasx County, Florida at his office
Why don't you try Dr. MDea In the court house In Btarke. Florida, announced Thursday, are .:, .
} Kfferreeeeat Nervtee Tablet fJoat within one year from date hereof orthis expected to save for the growers of
'
notice will be held In bar thereto -
,ii one Ina half glace of and all persona Indebted to said the state up to 1,300,000: on charg.
, water makes a pleasant gpark* Estate are required to pay same es for the current season accordingto .
R.: BBC drink delightfully aoothina forthwith to the undersigned admin
; Istratrlx.' L. D. Aulla traffic manager of

I.', to overtaxed nerves.y This the 28th day of Sept, 1933 the Florida Citrus Exchange. Bradford
Dr. Miloe* Nervine fa now MIRIAM FRAZEE BELCHKR. S -
y' utde fat two form*-Uqcild mad 9OtU-24| | The processing tax of 4.2 cents County TelegraphPhone
Ii', Kffernweent Tablet. Both JIaw
"i/: the same MOthlng etreet.I NOTICE Notice Is! OP hereby FITAI given rilHOI3!to all whomIt a pound of the net weight of raw

+"v $1.00 at year' drug star may concern that I have filed my cotton going into manufactured
I 't \ of accounts and made commodities accounts for only a
C : DR.MlL.es'NERVINE application: for discharge to the small
, E percentage of the cost of finished -
Honorable K. Perryman County
Judge of liradford County Florida. cotton goods, says the U. S. 29 .
and after November 17th 1933. will Department of Agriculture. On a
proceed to make distribution of
r! estate of Don Wrlgo. deceasedMAI sheet It amounts to about eight .
>kt.INH FRICIO. th.1 cents, on an ordinary work shirt to
Administratrix of the _,,, I
s IO-I'llttlu.n| | of Don .'rl 3ft cents. A -J'




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lip >NOVEMBER 17. 1938 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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Tornado Is Most Frequent I FLORIOAHIGHLIGHTS 6Y / "NIt'ErRIQM41rn

Lc7; Disaster; Causes Heavy 1p+,YM Lw w ..norm MtM 1M J......:"M /Yc1STOQAC

Ji Loss of Lives ..
tfer & I

What typo of disaster occurs

Sward HTi lamp unto my feet, and a light onto mj path.-Palm HMQb. Brooker, Florida. States moet frequently? in the United I II I 01022ES8YTE2AM


uf 1r All religious teaching, doctrine or Nov. 7, 1933. This question Is answered from ,
f nr l u creed.if they are to have any claim The Bradford County Telegraph, the relief annals of the AmericanRed + irr

lie love,loyalty and devotion of the people, must be tn harmony with Starke, Florida. Cross, which show over a
o/chingsof Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Gentlemen: period of ;years that the tornado, ei-aiEGi-l f li I

man heartIS it was said ia John 7:46."NEVER MAN or cyclone aa It Is called la some ,
off
." Recently we have had some experience
O sections Is the most frequentand TALIAHASS
with Texas screw wormin ,
ifutor* of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this de- one of our horses, and since the claims a heavy_toll of life.

at for news of church activities, organization and announce remedy was very satisfactory and It swoops almost without warn I
and no made the ing, and In the terrlflo whirlpool ,
Space freely given charge only requirement less expensive than other remedies
Tibet such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning of its fierce winds It destroys all
i they cannot be handled for current Issue suggested, I thought possibly you In Its path.
would like to mention It in your I
The Red Cross cave relief In "tlU
.
paper for the benefit of your subscribers r
44 tornadoes In eighteen states
ISKE CHURCH DIRECTORY of which the following Is a synopsis and othere citizens.We last year. The tornadoes killed

: used one measure of spiritsof S26 Injured 2,768 and the
First Baptist Church "The nPaul stood In the midst ofMars' turpentine .two measured of gasoline Red persons Cross gave aid to 21,738 who

,,1. J Johnson pastor. Hill and said Ye men of and one-half measure of lard were homeless Injured or other

jaday School-1000 A. :M. Athens I precelve that in all from hogs fattened on peanuts wise victims of the storms.

fining Worship-11:00: A. M. things ye are very religious. I One application or treatment killed '

Jr.P U -6:30: P. M. found an alter with this subscription all the worms, some of which were ;; '

coins) Worship-7:30: P. M.1ardial TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. half an Inch In length. Prepared to Save Lives 1 P w I ,
Whom therefore I ,
ignorantly worship -
l Invitation extended tof.tse ye The remedy was applied three p
services. Him declare I unto you. God times a day for the first two days, J
that made the world and all things but not a. live worm was seen after One of the most valuable services

:Methodist Church therein dwelleth not in temples the first application, and the affected -' given to the American public by the
made with hands; Neither is wor- part healed readily.In Red Cross Is through i ls( Life Saving at

r. Jones, pastor. shipped with men's hands, seeingHe my opinion, George Rivers, and First Aid courses. Virtuallyall

day School 10 a.m. giveth to all life, and breath, formerly of Lawtey, is the origin- of the lifo guards at beaches and
>ruing worship at 11:00: am.People's and all things; And bath made of ator of the formular. pools In the nation are Red Cross (

g Meeting'::30 one blood all nations of men for to Yours very truly, life savers. Nearly every Industryin (' Jlf

dwell on all the face of the earth H. L.HOUGH. America supports the First Aid 4 "
mine Worship-7:30: P. M. That they should seek the Lord if work of the Red Cross because an- 1

haply they might feel after Him. Orlando, Florida nually saves lives of thousands of /

Presbyterian Church and find Him,,,though He be not Nov. 7, 1933. injured persons.' These courses are S

i. George II. Lowry minister. far from every one of us: for in Dear Old Telegraph: taught by Red Cross experts In both rices Sunday November 12: Him live and and lines. Last year 68.354 certificates r46f
we move, have Well here we are again, a little t Id
00(I() A. M.-Sunday School our being; Forasmuch then as we behind the times as usual but I were Issued to persons completing l

CO(I() A. M.-Mornlng worship; are offspring of God, we ought not hope this will be O. K. and that you the First Aid course and 78,795 certificates J 1tI'!

on by the pastor. to think that the God head is like will continue to come to me each for completing Life Saving -l

4 P. M.-Christian Jndeavor.! unto gold, or silver or stone, graven week for another six months. Inetruc on. /NTE/GST/NG- }

4 P. M.-Evening worship; by art and man's device. And Yes, I like the Telegraph fine, SOB-T OP/CAL .l!
;
and sermon. the times of this ignorance God especially the Word of God and Toll of the EarthquakeWhen /
cordial invitation to all our overlooked but now commandethall Bob Jones Comments on Here and FI.OIl'j'j tf'1

.::
Because He hath appointed a day Yours truly 95 persona; injured 4,911 and destroyed rR.UI7/

[NDAY SCHOOL in which He will Judge the world in J. B. FLORRID. several thousand homes In t yyThe .

righteousness by that man whom Southern California last March the

LESSON He bath ordained; whereof He Jacksonville, Florida. Red Cross was drat upon the ground
i hath given assurance unto all men Nov. 9. 1933. with emergency relief. It requiredmore I -- <

in that He hath raised him from The Bradford County Telegraph, than three months for the Red old Presbyterian Church: in Tallahassee mg ita original architectural beauty. .

OR NOVEMBER 19, 1933 the dead. And when they heard of Starke. Florida. Cross to restore the needy to a self- has a very interesting history. In no other state can there be raised '. Il

Rbject: "Paul In Athens." the resurrection of the dead some Gentlemen: sustaining basis. The organization the variety of tropical fruits found thriving -
The building of frame construction
Ident Text: "For in Him we mocked: and others said, We will The Uorth Florida District No. 2, expended a relief fund of $411,000. was in Florida. One of these, the FE!. I i I
hear thee again of this matter. So in 1835 and dedicated to :
Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, begun public
] ,
and move, and have our be- JOA or PINEAPPLE GUAVA, from
Acts 17::28. Paul Paul departed secured from a among few converts them. wishes to( thank your paper for the Safeguarding Public Health worship on Lord's Day, May 13, 1838. South America is exceptionally hardy t
courtesies extended to in
us
(ion Text: Acts 172234.: there but founded no church. many giving us such lovely "write ups"of The north gallery in the original deed tfnd will withstand temperatures of 14

e and Place: A. D. 52; our meetings. The Red Cross reports that 693 was reserved for the use of slaves, who degrees Fhr. without injury. The fruitsare

t u.use most of our space today' Sincerely, nurses are employed by 428 of Us at that time were received into member extremely tasty cbmbining to a degree -

low you, from the books, the ANNIE M. BRUBAKER, chapters in public health nursing. ,!i ship. It was used on many occasions as a blend of strawberry and pine a1

,f Athens and why Paul could District Secretary During the past year Red Cross a refuge for women and children when apple. In Florida where it is unusuallyfree

}tablish a church there. Ath- BOB JONES nurses made 1,234,000 nursing visits, I the men were guarding the town against of injurious insects or diseases the
and also Inspected
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES other than to schools
Ivhlch is still the capital ofe 633,000 children In schools. Indian uprisings. It has since been re- plant lends itself admirably to use aa

and a beautiful city was in Sunday was a good day with us. Nursing at the bedside of the sick:, modeled and enlarged without disturb- an ornament. (
t days the capital of the Gre- jOMMENTS ,
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Our audiences comparatively! unemployed or other needy Is a -
were ;
public of Attica. It derived I A mind once cultivated will not One may be better than his repu.
'no probably from Athena tf ERE good. The majority In attendancewere major part of their work. The Public j SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS lie fallow for half an hour.-Bul- tation but never better than his I,
ANa young people of religious disposition Health Nursing Service of the Red I
K
its patron goddess, in war principles.Latena.
directs the of
HEREAFTER.The and good attention.The Cross also teaching
I
honor was was erected on e -
world Is full of systems organizations classes In Home Hygiene and Care I
f ny citadel, the Acropolis, the
cults, pleasures and of the Sick. This course was taught
1 STOP ATVIOLA'S
''non, still In its ruins the By ANN PACK
religions of the world say philosophies. And these are being to 3,000 persons during last year. NOWS TilE TIMEFor
beautiful building of the, ,. real
apple has arrlved-
do and live. The religion of the offered our young people as substitutes TUB season
in ancient times
containing, which are good to eat out ;
,
tittle of the goddess from the Bible says live and do. for the Christian religion.We AMOS URIKPIS lot i hand and apples for pl.J and pud OYSTERSAlito
.
hear and read much about '
of the famous sculptor, Phi- Funeral services were held Mon 'dings. The well-known Jonathan ppl For ;
What we are Is more importantthan "rebuilding," "reorganization" and U excellent for both puipnsos.
The
sculptures of its frelze, day at Pine Grove cemetery In Good Sandwiches
"reconstruction." What i The Thompson se.dless and red
what Jo. are our ,
we Only good men
Elgin marbles, are now in empirical contractors, architects Union County for Amos Griffis, :Malaga grapes are both In market BARBECUEThe and t
,rltiah. Museum. The entire can permanently be good. resident of Glen St. Mary who and they are firm and sweet imi'abU
SCO feet high was covered e and political dictators talking of: died at his home Sunday morning.Mr. I for desserts fruit cocktails and Ilent in Town ICE COLD BEER

exquisite marble temples and Men are not liars because theylie. rebuilding? Industry government, I Griffin had been in bad salads. Auk For Our 1'rlcos on Case)
They lie because they are tariff, social attitudes and International The famous RiJ.'k,. Ford cantaloupe HALL'SBarbecue +'
health for some time but was only Adjoining
ments.the liars. Men are not murderers be- relationships. In short the together. with the pink mooted
Acropolis was the confined to his bed for three weeks. melons and boneydews are In market. PlaceNear Sinclair Service Station ?
hill of the Areopagus or Hill cause they murder. They murder things that have disappointed us, Survivors besides his widow The green flesh of the honeydew with Where Yon O.t Your a.. andANNOUNCEMENT I

us, the war god, where the because they are murderers. Men and almost wrecked us. Mrs. Eliza. Griffis, are two sons, J. the yellow-pink of the cantaloup (Seaboard (Station A"......,..
are not thieves because the steal. Well, we have resolved to let the make a colorful melon cup. I .
venerable
court of Athens and
W. Griffis of Glen St. Mary
steal because "experts" and "brain trusts" of Both whit. and swent potatoes ..
They they are
U sittings. In the grove of Henry Griffis of Starke. 0'1
wisdom in their :yams are plentiful and client r.
. thieves. go on blundering
mus the chief of all .
philoso- quality. Cooking weather .* ,
Plato, founded his schoolo way trying to sweep back the tidesof Systematic terracing of hills in the appetite for these/ substantial and

gave us the word "acade- The trouble with many peopleIs selfishness and human passion north Louisiana. to prevent soil erosion healthful. vegetables Onions,.. unusually lilt. i:. P. THOMAS \rtfrlnnrliin from trrlnnrr Clinic. Ualnrnrlllr. .
i
they sacrifice the permanent on with their brooms of Intemperance, Is planned by the state exten- cheap end plentiful. \\.11- .
ht
Socrates was his greatr. Florida will b In Stark Flral and Third Wrdnrmliirii of mph m the altar of the immediate. compromise, and political non sion service. cooked onions whether sauteed but .. .... .
and he was followed by tered creamed F. C. lfolllnK vrorli "1. II* will > prepared to take far of .
tle. Pericles was the great- sense; while we endeavor to keep I Joyed.or are apt to be Mi- .I...... ., mil lltfwlork.. poultry. d...", ale, Hoipltal '...1...... locatedIn 'oJ', I II.

r Athenian statesmen. Aes- You can't do wrong and get away the even tenor of our way, trying CLOSING OF MAILS Here art the menus :rom the ttalavavlll at OHO W..t Maaonlc. I 4 I

-I i, with it. That Is what the Bible to build up the individual In the Quaker Maid Kitchen.
and
Sophocles. Euripides
,
.phanes the says. But not exactly in these faith and consistency of Christ's Effective November 5, 1933 LOW COST DINNER '
were greatest
r. of plays surpassed only by words. The Bible says, "Be" sure gospel. Train South Closes Mall Fried Sausage and Apple Rings HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN ( t
' your sins will find you out. What needs rebuilding anyway? Mashed Sweet Potatoes Okra
speare.i Herodotus and Thu- e }Nothing in this nation needs rebuilding No. 11____________- 8:45: : A. M. Bread and Butter '

were the world's greatest When I was a child I used to but It citizenship.-Its peo- Parcel Post. Vanilla Cream with Strawberry [

I'flans'i greatest and lyric Pindar poet.was Demos the hear people say, "Sow your wild ple. We need rebuilding from No. 107____________ 9:35: A. M. rr Coffee PreservesTea Milk AND MEN WIN ;

-I oats." If you will go to Hot Springs President to rag-picker. Letters, Special .
was the world's chief ora-
Ark. and other In "We the people," are undone. Its Delivery and MEDIUM COST DIN Nut
some places The Favor '
Xenophon and Lucuan of Other
are Men Ill:
Han Roast Lamb
famous America you will find men reaping the quintessence of nonsense to Special Browned Potatoes 1
writer's. Paul must
been profoundly moved as he their wild oats. Not long ago a talk about rebuilding America until dling. Lima Mint Beans Jelly Unless two pints of bile juice ;;;;:et them to set rid of this poloa ,
d man took a gun and blew out his its architects and builders are North Bread and Butter flow daily from your liver Into that d..o,. jrrtur .....o.aI charm. "'b... 1
the city which had been __ ________._ a.n' do It, for th. .
nter of brains. That gun was loaded with regenerated and rebuilt themselves. No. 12 3:00: P. M. Banana Cream Cake your bowels your food decays in tall end of boweli jr only movo out u.
the thought of man your and that doMn'l
wild oats. Therefore should devote our- Parcel Post and Coffee Milk your bowels. This poisons taka .
as we your away enough of the rt oay.d poison.
well as -its chief producer selves to that task the task Letters. VERY SPECIAL, DINNER whole body. Movements get hard Co.n .tl.a won't b.lp at all.
uty. and Only a fraa How' of your bile J julea will I
You
'.1 1 Blot out God. Blot out heaven. of building the people. And Tuesday Thursday Saturday Only Fruit Cup constipated. get yellow top thla, d.oay police In your bowala.I Th.
ll hat was deeply moved by not. ; Blot out hell and let this world be to this end let all ministers No. 108____________ 5:80: P. M. Rout Stuffed Veal. with Gravy tongue, bad yellow skin pimples, dull one mild vegetable .modlolna which atartua '
the streets of the city eyes breath bad taste gas free low of you blla Jules. It Cart..'.
Letters Boiled
crowded with idolatrous all and it will still pay to live a decent preach the gospel of Christ. Special Rice Okra Creole dizziness headache. You have be- Little Llvar Pill. No calomel' (mareury
8 I' upright Christian life. Because Christ and His gospel Is Delivery and Pickled Peaches come an ugly-looking foul-smell la CarUr'a. Only tin., mUd ....".....bl. i
and statues. Old writers Rolls and Butter '
"tracti. If lift'p
Han- you would brlnv back
Special yourpnmnal
"At Athens one could find a the only solution of the world's Chocolate Cnam Pi. ing sour-thinking person. You charm to win men. itart taking
than a man. "It was is obedience to Him or damnation! Nos. 1&2-______ 6:00: P. M. Everybody wants to run from you. dirMtlona,.... "today.. 26* at drug .to,... fJ
Impossible for one to make A platinum nugget., weighing Ite .om thing jtiat aa vood", for 1%
10 WEST PALM BEACH-Severe And no mistake. Letters and But don't take salts mineral may grip, looncn teeth or acaldr.ctum. n
through these Idols. "Athad Parcel Post. thirteen pounds, was recently oils laxative Ask for Cartar'i' Little
damage to bean crops in the area Sermon Themes: At 11:00: a.m. waters pills laxa- Liver Pllla r
more images than all the found In the Ural Mountains. tive by name and ael p
Greece put together." Xen- surrounding Moore Haven and "What the Bible Does"; 7:30: p.m. Starke And Dell Branch candies or chewing gums and what you ask for. O' 3 a. C.M.Co. ".__ II''
Lake Hlcpochee from the first "The Blood Peace of the Cross." .
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''e To.. 101 Mall leaves.. .
expression Is the strongest 6:50: A. 1.I. -
frost of the season was reportedhere All are cordially invited to come ..
calls the city "one great No. 102-Mall arrives 1:50: P. M. High Class Gun Repairingand -
by'growers Friday. Some and receive help by coming.
one !
great offering to the
. growers said they lost sixty to W. E. DAUGHERTY Preacher. Key Service
Paul ,
ire by this was absurd shocked supersti-beyond seventy-five per cent 'of their Smilixx CharHe Says FRESH

, string bean crops. No damage was H. R. HUNTERGUN 4
the
city. Now the court of An Army of Children t
reported In eastern Everglades,
Areopagus: or of Mars' Hill however, and bean there I & LOCKSMITH
growers
1& one of Its functions the were hopeful that high waters The membership In the Junior Red FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATSLOIN

19 new teachers, to Judge would give protection against any Cross last year was 8,629.886 boys 83 Year ExperienceAll 4.
.er r their doctrines were sub- frost. and girls In schools, private, public Work auitraiit4pd
early
'e of the state harmful to a and parochial. They enjoyed 'vol
: morale Paul as a new and unteer work in hospitals and for orphans Browning Sale and Service rROUNDSTEAKLb.15c
There ls no record of a 4-I[ Club
STEAK
. > teacher was baled before boy having ever enterd the University the aged and crippled and 209 W. Union St. Lb.______ ___ 18c

Iurust! tribunal which had of Florida College of Agricul also aided their schoolfellows by GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

lUIed)f I Socrates wisest and no- ture and not having made a good providing attention for their eyes,
the Athenians, to death. record. purchasing their glasses, and giving I
COurt< at this time may have many other types of service to them. I
'a !)It. CKO.' l.. STEW MEAT Lb.
flare Hill or perhaps in a "Agriculture is fondamentally a The Juniors aid their school work DICKKKSOV9RECTAL .. -.-- ._ lOc

'* the forum or agora (mar. way of living that we may be bet. by carrying on correspondence and f CLINIC :

'IlLee) so that It is uncertain ter off rather than a way of mak the exchange of portfolios with oW CO".I.)18. orKitvrmvUttrraptlon I FINE DRESSED CHICKENSTISON'S
here
Paul made the famous ." school children la other nation. I II'
ing money or of 'making a living Wlthort u. a. s.
'm which we are to study. Hume. ah..* ..!!. .._. .... rttifttlMue '
aul i' sod in the fall .*...".. of Or. ".... 1M
1&\:. the midst of the The general assembly of the The Red Cross enrolled 3,701,886 Some o. these I Dlrkvrxm'H (llxln .< .....h....
I the dignified body Church of Scotland has given members In Its roll call till. Th. aae. ..rr...'..I frvnt f MEAT 7
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year age.Join MARKET
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birds than !%> < and m a .."*. method.
J PetrrabAct. a semicircle. qualified approval to the admissionof In the 1933 roll call-Armistice keep .r. .rr.r..f nil win ..".. fromHll -
4:7 stood "in women to church offices. Day to Thanksgiving Day selves .. and. II ma I 111_...., The i
Ye c2at'of the Sanhedrin.) And occupied add.... .....1.. Ik. _.... 121wala I->> I Next Uoo'r to Ilollingsworth Shoe Shop

men of Athens. The come Almost .eveentyflve per cent of It coats approximately one per te11in'other folks rtr..t.WHITM I II I,
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of I. Poll ration: BOOKLrTrDrCKER
beginning 8.11 address tax revenues In Kentucky are cent of the 1219.000.000 Invested .
"*""'eJllana. raised by state and local property to annually maintain the highwaysof how tuny they !: <'*Of. SM3ON!' CLINIC I PHONE

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lit PAGE EIGHT "I' BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJSGRAPn!: !: STARKR),,. FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER

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Established 1877 I I WHY WAIT FOR GEORGE TO SPEND IT ,I I'I I J'EM U4yjj/


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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class 'I Legend! tells us of a Chinese ruler who decreed, that at a chen I
: moment each and every one of hie subjects should yell at 111* loudest
Matter! at the Post Office at Starke, Florida
: I >-o that the man in the moon might hear.
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I:. L. Matthews ___. _" __ __ ________Editor and Owner ; land except the feeble cry of one old deaf' man. Everyone else: kept
_.__ -__ -,__h ___ ,.I quiet to that be himself could bear the other.
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Thun we see that one more ancient discovery may be credited to the ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE resourceful CI.ines&-that of "letting George do it"-the most widely

Months 75c-Payable in Advance used of all their' sifts to civilization.
Yearly, $1.50; Six ,
Ii Today too many of o. are waiting for George to spend it.
Advertising Rates on Application I I am no prophet. I have no standing as an economist. And I am
.._, __ ____, __ _n__ ________ ____.__ ---. I not a magician despite my claim that a thing can be made larger by

It's not too; late 'fo' join the Red Cross. I'' taking away a part of it. lD
What do I mean?
.11'0. The best way to insure capital is to spend a part of it when prices /

i Taxes, taxes everywhere I and not a drop in sight. are low. I reoreafamefQie
I The man who spends one dollar! out of ten In making business I1'
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BlWRS f
o I'' better will find the nine worth more than the ten as values rise. K,,,, Pf
I Mass achievement is ever a matter of Individual and co-operative t7uT.SNn. t t tlA
l Arthur Brisbane ,says that everything is cheerful in 1- .
;" action. Napoleon got his army over the Alp. a man at a time. We must -
Miami. rescale the peaks of prosperity the same way.The Now )I. T "- e To tI
o Buy Trail is our easiest path. Vl I
Each one who can must spend--end million. can spend if they but tI
have nine
t The Tammany Tiger is out again, but cats will. /a/s and I

Jives, you know. ?,,' While we are waiting for the release of frozen funds to start aI' d/ACknPCePd Cobras
-0 'I' buying wave, nineteen out of every twenty dollars in 16,655 banks are ,
I'I free to spend as we will. 133,695,974,000 are on deposit.,This is 25 percent xxvo ofSoutft Africa can, ,, ,j
Some folks are 'unpopular, they can't even make the more money than we had in all of our banks when we went into Spray venom several&
Book-of-the-Month Club. \ the World War to help save' those across the sea. + i"
I. Now we refuse to save ouree1'1'es.II '
',' 0 II Depression will linger if we wait to spend out of income insteadof
Don't make a mistake and shoot a blue eagle in place of out of capital-and our capital may shrink while we wait.
Industry! has signed with N. R. A. Some have signed until it hurts. ...r: :
the Thanksgiving turkey. The public should now sign with industry and spend some of its capita !' .

o !. The cov without pasture can give no milk. An industry without 'r..Jj llired 47 "
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ales Feed ozrofmr.
can pay no wages. industry. Buy something. Build some
Tarpon Springs :Leader. wants to know why radio announcers
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I thing. Let us not forget this-better an hour of work than a dollar tfterecentwheat ana .,

thank each other. lot dole. maUl: to China WMe ;fcKC.
'I' 0 Capital is going to take care of the unemployed lcr by buying .
what labor produces or by dole taxation. The choice is obvious. -r
And school] here continues in spite of the secret hopes of _
And when we spend, personal selfishness should take a holiday. iiir
several] hundred study-weary boys. I The chiael should not replace the golden rule .. a business tool. Those ( "'" '
I 0 who use it will help prolong depression and in the end murder quality. S I,
Let' take a look at the Blue Eaplr.

t. B. H. S. alumni sh'ould} ] feel] important with all the plans .We see in it. grasp the symbols ot In !awry and. action. The chisel ,J., .....,
Is conspicuous by its absence. Let's remember this whenever we do .v.n ,
that are being made for their homecoming. wI
1>- business with our fellow men.And s-
o- further, neither capital nor Ir.linshould attempt in times like II! 'A'llronIHr
these to intrench itself at the expense of the common good. And no i"edn; ar
Our hat is off ,iP.the ten per cent who had courage i' chisel should lurk in any political com-laiL Let us bare public as well ryfp''r k Vancouver BC.. in /89S;

enough to vote "no" against Hitler. as private unselfishness. .i y measured 47fire: heghtt300

o Our. is the richest country In all the world It is.rich In money. It f't to >*/oWert limb and
is rich in market. It is rich in of .
a necessity replacement and
repair
be here but be careful that the wasusft in etil11n yeter"A
Hunting season \ftjll soon ,
built up by the highest standards of living the world hat ever known.
'1 thing you shoot is what you're hunting. Let's inflate our confidence before we inflate our currency. Let's --- at tile hllse.
v I remember that Cod helps those who help themselves and that Mr.
0 Can you "Dig 'Em Up"? If so send them to us,
Roosevelt is not likely to do lie can't throw the forward I
more.
One exchange the trouble with the weather is that passes and if acceptable, we will publish with your name.
says and catch them too. lie expects each and every one of us to play ball

there is always too "\ucof\ the kind we're having. with him.
Q Let's atop nursing depression. Let's begin to count our blessings. guest determines how soon he will MISUNDERSTANDINGS
Business i. better. It is like a man with a trunk half way up stairs. It is come back and how he will Bill, who lisped
many very badly, wai
Because of emergency relief work lots of poor families I but taking a rest before starting for the top. Let's give it a boost. ftfoo /Late bring back with him. explaining to the crowd of loaferIn

I will have more to be thankful for this year than usual. Buy Something! So: while we consider plans to attract the country grocery Just how h<
I Build t
0t Something V'o more tourists, lets not neglect managed to marry such a deslrabi,
Classify
This message is not addressed to those who cannot spend or to iii matrimonial ,
t la Leslie George editor of the Taylor i those who the matter of how we shall receive partner as lira. Bil
Congratulations .. now are spending. It is addressed to the man who is jingling was reputed to be.
ti News his appointment as postmaster for Perry. I I the slacker dollar in hi. pocket, little aware that it is glowing less in By RUSSELL KAYSecretary and treat them after they
County on Honda Press arrive. Any attempt to establishexcessive "Well fellerth it wath thiti
1 1j purchasing as prices rise. AswuanorAnd
power
+ o J -_..- -- rents, high hotel rates way. I had been going to thee he

,j Huey Long says in his autobiography: that he is a self- .- I just about the time it beganto and discouraged.increased living Such costs action shouldbe will I for be making thum time very and much didn't thpeed tbeem and i<

made man. Maybe he couldn't find anyone else to take the -= look like the "white-ribbon" Industry only serve to drive away those who made up my mind to say tli!
harshly to them Simply reach un- was doomed, along came and thing or buth my thuthpenderUi
s blame. come cause others to stay
I der the pillow) pull out the family North and South Carolina to save away. tryin'. Then one night I went oft
i o Maybe You'veHeard forty-two and ''let them have it the day. to her houth and thet down by band

r O. O. McIntyre says to count on about one friend out of where they deserve it. Then turn I don't know who owns the copy- she began to tell mo how DH:

500 when lose all money. But who has 500 It ButCAME over on your other aide, go to right on "Carolina Moon" but any. property her father had. how man
you your
every sleep, IUd let the other scavengers how he ought to be happy, for II sheep and cowth and hogth anJ t|
friends ? come and drag home their little Carolina "moon" is now insured prom Other Pens I I"CIIAWIN' thuch, and I jith thet thtill am''

f 0 playmates. continued popularity.And lithened. Finally I thaicl 'illt'l'

A writer says that every man makes a fool of himself HOME TOO SOON 00 AHEAD AND WEAR IT it looks like there was more( Lizzie, I ain't ath rich ath yo
Too bad that all the Tallahassee
than in that old about but I thix thowtb an
poetry gag have got
v in his life. Some of them abuse the A of CANE"Another pap
at least once privilege, girls came home last week-end. copy "Esquire the new what the Governor of North Caro- pigth over home.' Then she fell od

,, however. % They would have been such an ad- quarterly magazine for men, has Ina said to the Governor of South momentous- of my chetht and I knowed she v.aW
fallen Into our hands (In question
i dition to the Homecoming festivi- exchangefor
Carolina. I mine. You see, she thot I thed OiU
1P iLl o ties here Friday. Maybe they half a buckwe might add) and etiquette, one that willprobablyrival
Why do poets waste their time doing odes to spring when could change the date of Armisticeor we've been spending the past week Cut you do have to admire the the famous dunking or crumbling thix thouthand plgth and, but I only. the)

they could write about winter's hog killings and cane we could change the date of getting a line on the latest satorlal way those Carolinana stand together argument of a couple of thqwth plgth.Ex.-
Homecoming so they would arriveon trend of the times. The trend, we to protect local Industry. years ago, has arisen to give us 'r>>e pressuro f a human be

grindings? H, the same day.SCAVENGER. don't mind telling you gratis, And now if Mrs. Peabody really : Dixie devotees of succulent sugar lag Is twenty points higher ",ben
o seems to be wear what you wantto meant what she said, Orlando will cane something to argue over. awake than when asleep.

Thanksgiving and .Christmas come so close together this HUNTING wear.when you want to wear it. probably lose another citizen when Georgia, in the heart of .. .-
Last year it was jig-saw puzzlesand Black and white checked suits, she takes up her residence in one the sugar cane section, comes word '<' : ::'. :', ',,!;F $.
that we'll hash from for -
Thanksgiving
year likely lave turkey this year it's going to be scavenger heretofore reserved for the race of the Carolinas. For a while it that the "chunkers" and "slicers"

Christmas dinner hunts and there doesn't track or for end men in minstrels, looked like she was gonna be a are in a row over the proper way

0 seem to be a thing we can do about are fine for It they tell you, and shirts S the SILKDRESSES
It. Somebody In New York startedit green may speaking questionhas
Relief workers busily engaged in smoothing out the
are. now be worn with blue suits. In narrowed to
and the dally papers have been Next week a group of important a problem of lon-
bumps in our city streets-making it easier for prosperity to full of this latest plaything of high snort, after reading the magazine Floridians will gather at the Miami gitude or latitude.

ride into town, perhaps.An .society. from cover to cover, we figure Siltmore, guests of Col. Henry L. "Chunkers" contend that the
I o It seems that it evolved out of that about the only thing you can't Doherty, to discuss ways and cane should be cut crosswise at the
wear and feel right about Is that means of advertising the state. then and
the old-fashioned treasure hunt. I joints pared chopped Into
exchange says that no newspaper Is worth a hoot that But the treasure hunt was Inade- pink shirt someone persuaded you Never in the history of Flortd pieces to fit the mouth of the Indi

''i never steps onyanyone'd toes. Most of us try to step as quate, advocates of the scavenger to buy in a moment of weakness. was there a more opportune time vidual.

)lightly as possible, however.. hunt say, It lacked the raw stuffof Even Lizzie those crocheted last Christmas ties Aunt are for an intelligent well planned ad- On the other hand the "slicers" NEW STYLES
gave you vertising campaiirn. Interest I
created -
which drama Is made. It madeno claim the cane should be cut Into
o demand good nowso go to It, pal. by the Florida exhibits at the SHADES
fundamental emo-
on I pieces like stovewood and eaten NEW
Scientists say human beings lived in Virginia 2,000 years tions and primal Instincts. Scavenger NOT"ME! I Century of Progress can be crys- like stick candy."Chunkers" .

ago. In that case the first families will have to go a lot fur hunting does. When things go wrong I plug along will taltzed forget if all petty agencies Jealousies in the state and claim their method NEW PRICES

ther back than the Mayflower. For example, the hunters may be With all my strength and pluck.I'll I selfish interests long enough to enables one to get all the juice and

2, celled upon by a well-meaning keep my nerve, but I reserve join In a united effort to sell, not keeps the strings out of the teeth
o hostess to argue with policemen The right to curse my luck. I this locality that "Slicers" admit the periodic In-
or locality but I
Within a few minutes hysterical souvenir hunters had I to route strange persons out of bed I'Ustand up straight to battle fate the state as a whole. take of breath is necessary to keep $295

stripped Texas Guinan's coffin of its flowers-yet they tell to pluck hairs from notables' mustaches In brave poetic style. The charm and allure of Floridais the juice from running down your
t to collect in the email I'll bear the knocks and take the chin but they still claim their
not confined to
that the human is any one section.
you race progressing. hours of the morning, such things shocks--. We should encourage the tourist to method Is far superior.
0 :lot goats, parrots, monkeys and But damned if I will smile! And regular $Wand
tour the elate rather than attemptto so the battle wages. Neither These are

y r A psychologist tells us that Shakespeare would have turtles ril do the way the poets say, hold him in one community. side will admit anything the other $5.00 values. Sizes

made a good football coach' and there is no doubt that any Scavenger hunting, according to No struggle will I shirk Nothing will be lost by such a claims and folks are lining up
Its advocates brings polite people But I won't about practice. On the other hand it will right and left for their favorite 14 to 20 only.
wrap
my map
school wish he had have been.
number of high youngsters
face to face with life. Here's howit An optimistic smirk.I stimulate business in all sections, side.

0 e operates: hold that stuff is sham and bluff, Insure the utmost enjoyment to the Time out, while we settle this -
Some hitch hikers explode and turn the air around them The entrants are given lists of Misfortune stirs my bile. visitor and servo to sell the glories momentous question. Wauchula
things to get. They are sent on and advantages of Florida
I'll battle it with all to all Advocate.
grit
i blue when a motorist with a vacant seat passes them up, says missions which demand daring, ingenuity But damned if I will my smile! who come bere.Miamians -
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the Leesburg Commercial, but the car owner would rather be fart talking and faster should urge the touristto "TAPS" FOR PROHIBITION LADIESFELT

healthy so-and-so than a robbed, sick sucker. thinking. To smile not frown when you are visit the famed Singing Tower,
Items on the list of a recent New down beautiful Silver Springs, the Ring-
I "Taps" for National
o York hunt included a hair plucked May be the proper stunt lingArt Museum and circus winter Prohibitionwas
s Secretary Wallace says that the United States must cut from the mustache of Kermit But when I'm flat upon the mat quarters. In turn citizens of the Joined sounded the Wet when four more states.

its tariffs or curb production. In other words, foreign nations Roosevelt, a Uve goat, the autographed I scowl and growl and grunt, West Coast should encourage the Parade.
"step-Ins" of Marilyn Miller I struggle to my feet anew, visitor to see the marvelous East The big surprise in the election HATS S
r" aren't going on buying from us just for accommodation. and a red lantern. Undaunted all the while Coast Daytona with its world was provided by the Drys who ;,

o The scavengers are required to But. till I'm in the mood to grin, famous beach, the charming Indian mustered sufficient strength in the
return their loot at a certain time. I'm damned if I will smile River Palm two Carolinas to record a majority '
I Inland Empire News says that one lie every wife is will country. Beach, Miami In 72 new fells just arrived.
favor of the "
"noble
The Judges look over the hodgepodge and the Royal Palm Park. Nor experiment.
ing to forgive her husband for telling her Is that they can of things and to the person Here's a little poem that we've should we forget West Florida The states which decided the Issue We priced these so yoU

afford the new coat she wants when they both know they or couple having the beat collec- been wanting to write for a longtime with its historic interest its red in favor of Repeal were Pennsylvania can buy a couple at a

can't. tion goes the prize.A but It seems that :Mr. Berton clay hills and Interesting cities. Ohio, Utah and Ken
handicapping system Is used Braley got around to it before we We should remember that printers tucky. Thirty-three States pre- time-
o In picking the winners. For example did. It is an answer to those poetical ink is not the only form of advertising viously had voted for the Twenty-
Gainesville is full of professors, but thus far we haven't getting the greatest number Pollyanna who tell you to that pays. Courtesy, con- First Amendment to the Federal

noticed any of them being BO: absent-minded as the jokesters of things on the list may not smile, smile smile. Smash your sideration and service shown the Constitution, repealing the Eight-
I I necessarily be an achievement. But thumb and smile lose your money visitor after arrival Is equally as eenth. Affirmative votes by only $1.00
would have us believe they are.-Gainesville Evening News. the harder the is to
object obtain and smile, eat Rover's bone and Important aa attracting them and thirty-six states were necessary to
Haven't any of them ,forgotten to pay their subscriptions? the more it counts on the final smile, smile smile Smile, boys, bringing them here. ratify.As .

o score. that's the style. Nuts say we, I Remember every winter visitor has been -
So folks, if, within the next weekor we'll smile when we get good and I has his own cJrc:1e.of friends and previously explained
Bradford County? growers should be congrtulatM for so, you are awakened from a ready and not before, and that's acquaintances. He writes the Repeal cannot become a fact
forming productive1, credit association to operate in this deep sleep and find room what Mr. until December B, when the last of
a your Braley says though : folks back home of his experiencesand the state conventions Store :
area. At this time when loans are hard to get at any price filled with youngsters gleefully somewhat more gracefully in the never tires of telling them the voice of the people formally as ex-records The J &R
yanking handfuls of hair from
little
this organization will likely mean salvation for our farmers. following poem appearing In about his trip when he returns. pressed in referendum._ ffl** :
what ia left of yours, don't speak the New York Sun: ,The Impressions he gains while our Time Tampa. Next Door to Pat

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