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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Seventy-one Persons 17. V. Saxon IsRecommended Berries Win Second ;
Timber r '
YO Entomologists Dropped From Relief AgentOf I Correspondence Heads FERA Recreation By t

Rolls of Bradford Is Loot Of Ruffians Demo. Committee


pointed To Aid I Seventy-one-destitute persona State Visits In the mechanical-' room of Program Began .The Bradford County Executive 'Game To Even,

who have for the past few months The Telegraph office near the Committee me* at the court house

been entirely dependent upon the linotype the "heads" for the various i here last week to make recommen. Pe'nna'nl'Series'
Starke
Last Week I Here ThisVeek\ datlons for member to fill the
Worm Fight F. E. R. A. for a living, were dropped I correspondences are keptin a
ew on the Board of County
from relief rolls by the local a window where they will be I vacancy
Commissioners, caused by the -
administration last Saturday, Sept, convenient to the operator. -
15. Thla the date set by Dis- JOe During death of O. W. Hinson of Hamp- Daylight: Wins First Game lIere-: +!
was
Request. for 8. Carman Confers With Year after year, when the paperIs Entertainment to Bo Provided
_
,. ?, shoitz'a trict Administrator W. F. Powers rlfr-Tlm..r. Searing! "killed" over' the weekendthe Leisure Timec'ommltteeElected ton, on Sept 7, who was a member t'larkeVIOl' Second In
$30,000 Federal Aid of the board for five terms, and Jacksonville SundayBy
for dismissal of these
Denied, cases. Reported In County heads are stacked Upon the Thla Week '
the last term had served! as Chair- -
Local authorities state that window sill to :await the next -
of the board. LESTER SCHNELL)
(
Ltor Lee A.Strong, chief of probably by the end of this month Joe S. Karman, special agent, weekly use., Not In the historyof 'The FERA has recently createda I man II. V. Saxon, who waa the Democratic The Starke Strawberry nine

[ Bureau of Entomology and the number dismissed from the I operating out of the State Comptroller's The Telegraph' have ,they new, project division, namely, nominee In the ,June primary I I emerged with a victory and a Ions \ f fi
of rolls will have reached a total of office In Tallahassee was been Interferred wlthruntll this the Recreational Division .
Lt t Quarantine.. Department for this position, was unanimously i from the first two games of: the 1"1I
130. These have been In Starke last Friday conferringwith week just before time
Kcttlture, has communicated persona receiving I :press The objective of the Recreation ,recommended by the com North Florida County League series '
InWie about eight dollars a Sheriff Epperson and other when the "country'pcorrespondence administered by the Federal
L congressman R. A. Green, I program mittee to fill this vacancy.At with Daylight In the first
month each, which has meant the county officials in regard to tim was being seta! After using government, Is to create and I
re- Buffered
to the Congressman' the June meeting' of: this comI game her last Thursday, they "
U that President Roosevelt I.- expenditure of one' thousand and ber cutting and stealing on state several of the,heads of the foster a program of recreation designed i mlttee', officers for the coming a 6-3 setback However.
for the forty dollars a month for these owned land or land under state long line the operator reached to promote a constructive I with
TJUI executive order year were elected end' installed, II they came through Sunday arousing '
safer of emergency funds to be clients alone, which in a year'stime certificate for non-payment of tax. back In his customary way only use of leisure time and to contribute a list but by error a Mt had never 7-1 victory over the Grocer :i$S"'

'and con- would surpass the general es. to find that all the "heads" to the cultural gain of the 4
Id In the eradication\ been pubUmhtKl. Below are the *. ,
bof the screw worm.. In his fund budget for the entire county. The state !la determined to stop were gone to ,part unknown. community Such a program will names aa in the order they appear! Daylight 6j Starke 3 r.., "

Uunidatlon to the President he It is expected ilmt> "at the next this practice on the part of a few The alarm was broadcast over aim to secure needed recreational 0. H. Pearce, district' : No. I:I Manager> Rudy Majors, Grocery '"

Eed out the alarming l situation regular meeting of the Board of Individuals aa It Is a violation of the shop by "shortwave14 and attar facilities, develop leadership, and Lawtey was elected secretary and recruits csught.the Berries on aa \<<,

[tin state of Florida and other County Commissioners, these parsons state law and an Injury to the a bit of Investigating\ was add years to life by helping every treasurer, .* off day and tripped them by a 6-3 i i

tea and urged that emergencybe who have been dropped from county, state, and general public found that a number of bare child and adult find some absorbing J. M. Alvarez, N. Starke, districtNo. count in the first game of the postseason '!'
relief rolls will to the In that it the natural resources Feet tracks were on'the outside interest .
allocated, pending the the apply depletes 2; E. W. Hayes, S, Starke, district play-off here Thursday.The
enlng of Congress, at which county for help, and It is yet to of the community to the of the shop bjr the Window' tiYealing'of The, proponed project will attempt No.3; C. B. Roberta, districtNo. Berries, no doubt, were weakened 1:

he hopes to obtain an ada- be seen just what the county will profit of a few individuals. : course ..riomyoun&sters to aid men women, and 4, Graham: W. B. Alexander, over the strain of, their pen

u appropriation by the Con- do In this event, although it Is said, "I am happy to learn that Sheriff had taken the parts. children:/and It will Include sucha Disk\ ,No. 5, Starke, who was,elected nant winning drive. Then, too It 'j

for the eradication work. that the county at this time can Epperson Is so active In stopping On a lot near the office there broad program of activities that chairman; A.'' I* Sullivan, district was, simply not their day to win.

communication, from Doctor hardly take care of Its own personal this evil and assure. him that wan a lively baseball game go.hg everyone should participate in one No.. 6, Theressa: B. A, Sapp, district for Lady Luck frowned upon every \ IJ

B; Is as follows: expenses without i taking this the state'government of Florida Isbehind I l on .between__ score,_os$ I' or several. It will Include such activities No. 7 New River; L. K. Gain- move they made. 'r*< '

'your letter addressed to thAaldent extra burden. on its shoulders him one hundred percent'said youngsters.! Every now and aa: ey, district No. 8, Brooker, Jake Bunch was In rare form for-' !' ,

then several of the boys gave Physical Recreation, the Grocer and Joe SpArkman of
under date of August 31 Mr. Ear man. I w ,t
to the :,-Earmanlliat d, "It his been the shop a quick> glance-and Music,' the Berries wa 'not."Asldo front (

i forwarded upon Its receipt departmentlately and Hay Produced, By called to the attention of the state we naturally wonder", if-will, Drama, N. T. Green Says a bad seventh Inning. Bunch 'was, ,

In answering this ..let."entirely officials In Tallahassee that Umber Just It Arts and Crafts never in trouble. Sparkmnn 'had "'
i delay stealing haa been going on in I I Nature Activities. little stuff' on the ball and the !J!'

1[ attended my a meeting fault ;,on 8ep- : Relief Pay for Seed Township 422, Bradford County "womanArrest'di Educational and Cultural Recreation Screw Worm Gains Grocers had plenty in their bats I'
hits la six
r 5 called by Governor Sholtz which Is known as the Black and Brooker touching him for seven 11
Social Recreation, chide .
to
|Tallahassee There were someto Padgett Tract and consists of approximately inning We don't, mean
i 7,000 acrea. I have Individual Recreation, a fellow for losing an occasional
) 300 people present, amongsixty ,,Will Be Furnished Seeds and Fertilizer of those and Citizenship Activities, ball game, but the fact U, spark-
members of the leglala- the names suspected Dies Men Furnished By FKHA-Uve- ll ii
01 Necessary To Plant f
Home and Family Recreation, over-anxious he simply
of Florida. The screw worm of those who are buying the ties tock Men and harmers' man t U so

i Into at some Sustenance Garden and blocks from them. This Information ChurckRecreatlon. Ached To Help burns.,.himself out In a hurry and! !
lion was gone Is being turned over to ---- These activities are Intended to has nothing left to pull himself
jti and the work done by the About three hundred acres of I GalneevlDe take place in all the different periods I' in a real '! '
Relief Admin- the sheriff and If the practice la Arrested In on Vagrancy I Supervisor of the Screw Worm through when he get
leral Emergency pea are up In Bradford Countyand Suit of free times such as school recess would budget hlj
If Joe
Chanre--Damage
criminal pinch
lion was pointed out and was and not stopped, prosecution Cnntrol project, N, T, Green, laid I
The screw are looking well promise :will be the result. Filed In Clerk' Office after work hour, vacation this week that the screw form Infestation ( pitching ability better he might( ga
acknowledged. to be a bumper hay crop for farmer time, evening, etc. Harveyrell.vpd
Records on file In the courthouse a long way a* a pitcher.
In the count gaining
n Is not only In Florida but in who were given pea seed by the show that. thirteen cases One of the most shocking occurrences The recreational program i Is of yin due him sad pitched a beady
and Mis- I dally on the stock owner, '
t numbers in Georgia be Rural Rehabilitation department were docketed In the month of to be chronicled in Bradford course at Its Inception but much i greatly to a lack of men to carrjr brand of ball to keep out,of further ,( \

ppl and there!\ may possibly some few month, ago. August and at the present time County in many year CAme about has already!, been planned, and treatment of animal on. Men trouble. I.'

i also in Alabama., According to 0;, ,IDickinson.; three men are in Jail and two on this week when suit wa filed In much Interest ha been aroused In' I the who are employed by the FERA The line-up wares: ,1: ,

have undertaken to send ex- Rural Rehabilitation supervisor! for school the county clerk's office ,In the county.;' ,,
bond for taking timber ,rom and are furnished him have put la Daylight Moley rf, Fulton Sb ,
iced entomologist Into these the county, the'' crop, In 'various 8." I Gainesville, against; the City'of Councll.ahrdl ahrdl" umeP e-th .
lands ,
on September much more than their'' regular C,,. Guntl If, Coppa .*, Con. Guntlcf
sled states for the purpose of size acreages, are looking fine and It .. possible that the state owned I Gainesville and Chlel, of Police R. A community Recreational coun amount of time In'' escrow;* therefore ,Bell Ib. Roiwablatf e.' McCal-

eg up an educational pro. he believes that there'U a-possibility airplane will be used to patrol A. Ser.jointly;:: by T.( M.I, Hodgeof comprised, of a, representativegroup they are being taken off of lum 2b; Bunch p.. II
i In this work-. This la all we will be that the prominent citizens, ha
arrest
that hay Brooker charging
some excess lands and timber ,
state spot too.:, work until they have. spent Stark*i "J. Hall So, Carter o. ,
i able to do with the funds wen ready for FERA market when thefor&e thieves.Past, of liia wife there oa the night recently been organised for thepurpose some et their time. ,This curtails Woodall If, Abbott ibis, Rltch Ib.Jone .' :

'" and I do not know,of any oth- I. gathered, besides ,what experience has proved that of'Sept. ,8, falsely charged" with of cooperation and facilitation the treament: of stock to a certain cf, 11'. Hall s-26.,RedgraveFt. .,

funds that would be Available will be necessrytto feed farmer' woods to be allow ,vagrancy,caused her death some of ,the Recreational Program ./,
If the are going extent and make<< It necessary that McKinley If,'':,8parkma and
r any more comprehensive pro- livestock. administration gave In few days lat.r.WormatioD. : movement This council con. '' ,
ed to be denuded the community I livestock owner and farmer
i Harvey,
every
: p. ,
of work." 'of Profesof' L. A. Gray,
i the seed several month ago with which It is allowed la the first to 'given The Telegraph elate : who ha*"stock to fully cooperate I 1

the understanding that those who I suffer Is that Mr. and Mr Hodg I principal of Bradford High School;; with Mr. Green In order that after Starke 71 Daylight the ;
Dr. J. V. State'vetejrln- the .P. faculty : The ,Strawberries took *ec* '>
CarpenUr
D
Knapp, received the seed would re-pay were In Gainesville Saturday,.Sept. Mr ; the men 'are placed back to work i Durbee ,
last week announced Dr. Lee administration with hay gathered 8, where he was attending to business member-Bradford High School; have ond game of the Hrle. at ,* /
Verdict Rendered In that the worms will not gain.d'such"hbsdWay V
g, Chief of the Bureau of En- from the crop., and If there waa that kept him busy until after III.A. K, Wall, Glee Club direc- that the work Field Sunday by pounding-out a, ;j'

o&1 sta of the United States enough left to feed their ,stock Negro Shooting Monday dark. Mr*. Hodge remained at tor, 1>Bradford High School; Professor with a small crew will be more or convincing 7-1 :victory: over the I'" ,'
Over 750; fan were on
cut of Agriculture, hadrued that the FERA would buy all excess their automobile waiting, for her ,i' BcaconV; principal Lawty Grocer ,
less worthless ;
'
I two entomologist to help hay at the same time paying A coroner's Jury which began an husband' return., However;..when Grade School;! :Mr. K. C.' Long.genarat The number of men who are hand to witness the< affairs 4Tagam : l d:
Monday, September called at the end of theeight
(Continued on Page Four) market prices for it. Investigation he reached the carl'tea hut surprise, :supervisor, Ft ,E., ,R. A.; Tuesday, Wednesday wa
through
of Oliver working ,
10 of the, shooting due to a ground rule preventIng 4
Social *
.F.,1C'tt'A.'
that he found that"hi* wife had disap Mr* Barton
Mr.. Dickinson said also, "Crook" Jackson and recessed until and Thursday of the pres- after *lx o'clock..., 1
play 1:1
have been completed by the pe.red. After a time of Investl ServiceAdministrator, / ; Harold C, ent week Ia I Starting' :
twenty-four
;,
plans Monday Sept. 17, returned a From the very first iaoing; UM> 'fJ
To entRev.rend
ornadoes Off It Walt A..tDa'laauranc. Co., a ;
and police
to questioning
I Rural Rehabilitation department verdict late that afternoon aa fol gating local min with next work week which begin Berries knew they haeS'the auav,, f,
Price
Baptist ,
wlnt.rgardens wa revealed that she had been arrested ,
seeds for will
various the number probably
furnish Friday,
Iowa: ber of the Daylight ham and egg', i}i
and cabbage and collard Oliver Jackson came to his by two policemen of the ister. be limited to ten. ere and nothing this;..Uiofpvrf; ,
University
J ; of the
William .
been taken Teager.
and had
ake City Friday plants to relief clients to plant a death by gunshot wounds inflicted Gainesville force of Florida has been assign A ,check up of the case that gatory could stop them frqat lick,' fi.!
.The to Jail oa a charge of vagrancy revealed 1
I last week
family ,sustenance garden hands of were treated
la his body at the personor ed a. 4ountY'.dlteCl, of the Recreational leg th. *ock. off-them A. tint j
fertilize wUl be furnished ", I II that 13T cases were treated by
necessary persona unknown. inning attack and a* .-rua sjangfc-, F
-
Play Newberry On Reno too.'' Farmer .who. expect to Jackson was shot and fatally I It. I* alleged that Hodge mad I Iw.Y flulUvan, program.Carter, popular local FERA worker And this 'week tar. In' the fifth turned th*stride& \
for the seeds and fertilizer of to the pollc station and wa Supervisor Green feel ure that
apply Sunday morning the'1
wounded bellev.nw.e
Field Saturday In First! early tar athlete versatile in all around W. could hardly ,,
Home must have their garden spots In Sept. 9, and died later the same informed that In ,,order:to'obt&ln. the case will be Increased to two (Continued on Page Four) ,:
Game activities/ ha* beer appointed a*
i before seeds that .It wouldbe hundred
readiness for planting The Shooting occurred In thenortheastern his wife' freedom or even more. 1
day. and be in .
director
(Coach will be let to them, it wa stated part of Starke, necessary to make proper bond, community will Oreen stated at the time that
Donald and his
MacQueen.. officials. which fifteen dollar. After charge of the general program some are udder the Impressionthat
was
Rehabilitation
'
Reno section.
>ting Tornadoes of Bradford by known as the for thl
been Held
that hat proposed Final
Rites
TO will take to the highway Frt1 The seeds and fertilizer will One arrest was made after Investigating a time of trying to explain' and too few 'men are workingand

to clash probably be ready for distributionin : the case; however gain freedom for his wife, who ,community. too little,time I Is being de-
in footballof
their first
the next two week, Mr. Dfck- withdrawn after the was perfectly Innocent of such a Among the most desirable ac- voted to fight the screw worm in
of the charges were ;::1
season when they vegetable. Four) '(Continued on Page Four) and he
*t a strong team on the Colum- been aaid. Surplus final bearing. (Continued on Page festationfq.the' county For Union Pioneer

' High School at Lake raised will be given to other clients I wants It :thoroughly understoocthat

By that gridiron who are unable to raise garden '' I the.YeHon, ,) for a shortage clworkimraj ,'
afternoon. because: of shortage ,of land. Or II I SCREW WORM: NOTftEWIN COUNTY I earn*, of the time I II due '

While, the Columbia, High coach clients will probably be asked to i to thAt ,escrow: ytm under whlct Calm Comity'. OWN* Clttae.An*-

p'.ed a with ,the localin Last Civil War Veteran Die
came the monetarycost 'FCRA employ work limiting
'
to
work In order pay: found ther. la Dumb.rs.iU.lalr during the W the common house?
n an effort to "warm up" his of 'seed and fertilizer.. (Written By Request) lIOme fish were off corruption the putridfish fly was entirely absent la certain them 10,a certain amount of time At Home Near Lake Butter

,
w for the the Th'screw worm has for
ensuing season within each 'month. -
U hope to make the "opener"than ," attracted the attention of attracted the file.;',the, laideggs part of the,country, and fear wa ....... .
Urn
1
"" Hunting Licenses Now II and multiplied rapidly, For felt that the lack of scavenging, LAKE BUTLER. Sept. 30-William

a play game ,for theirWMnts. Perryman those afflicted with the prevailinghysteria whether a short time they were numerous through the. lack .of files, would 'CITY'BARBEK: SHOP NOW C. Kerce, 03,'died at his home'yesterday.after
i On Sale Sags for Improvement '
section, but now they have cause ilcknes.. Even baldheadedmen UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT a short illness,,
I In this
that *
\e! not The fly
New- I' needed or
local will meet the E. K.Ferryman baCH to 'normal. The *au* joined In a petition to the Barber under Funeral service were conducted M
I* no The City Shop wa
" Informed by Judge of this maggot gone
1 iquad here In their We are the parent afternoon with'Intermentla
Saturday for the secoas Tuesday
restocking
In of Alathus government/ .
I' that hunting: It bas always condition/prevailed( part new management Monday, withLeamon
thl.week ; for
here '
borne game of the season and and stranger and. Levycountle la 1191. with fllesl ;I Ward of Lake Butler; peer.chasing New Zion Cmtry : The Rev,, '
T*there I* a possibility of their licensee. wblcb'IDclud. game been with u*. J. R.: McKinley Officiated Mr.
" the fur animal, were received at the last thla'ny whenPayne .Prairie suddenly Too many peopl. are' ap t tomake the Interest of C. D. Addl- widow.
"opener" they feel rare, In the fall of year Kerce Is urvlvd by: his
tbe court house Monday and are now to be destructive went dry add I th* ground wa' mountain out of mol hill, son, who had been manager of the Ellen
enough Mr : Jordan
will yield numerous Krce; one
' balr NNewb.ruteam for sale to local hunter when they was la certain parts of South strewn with dead flh.In and other, havlano judgment of local shop for several month, Lon- brother P. J. Kerce, "and two sire<
cutworm were *o own'will them'and rite Harris, who also baa an Interest ,
Coach MacQueea ha secured a are ready for them. and a cry went out that 123 the their. believe lets.
,
**lag dummy and i* putting his The prices for the,.various licenses I Georgia frightened many living in other bad here till the berry.grower see danger where none exieta In the shop, will' remain with :Mr. Kerce was a pioneer cttleof ( .,.

* 10 work on It. Proper drillon a* explained by Judge, Ferryman section including Northern Florida gathered them up by th* plantings Rang cattle will receive cuts from the local chop. Union County having the dl*.' t

* the fundamental of tack- are: License for resident/ I and according to latter-day I morning and part of the fighting,, snagging, barb-w Ire Mr..Addlson ha opened up a Unction of being the eldest;....., i

> Ja..muc.JIDeede4.-. a jaJume) county, game 91.23; other habitth*: government was called' were destroyed The following .'fence, eta:. and according to the hop tat Lake Butler, where he wa,. aad 'the last Coaceredat veteraar

r squad of mea. Thla should than home county I&23; and state. to reecue.' But eoateof Its alleged year very few worms were found alarmist, the wood should be fun formerly located before taking ov. UresUd shrdl shrdl *taouMtaoU\t h

t many avoidable InJUries license for resident. $e. License oa "cienttat-'. ware then buy la 134 mole cricket Invaded this I.of carcasses account of tile Inroad er the management of the ,ahopbre. In the county. He-was'arwaye latretd -'( '1 c

thl U, Hne., Thl I* the first trapping fur animals' horn county. "la Atlanta catching rat and comb solos to web an extent that It *\of the crew worm. Tt ., In governmental affaire.

the other thirD home county.rices ,__ .. ti\w while the sou thought the .-strawberry ladu- tile only dead cattle w* awe are ont w .derceased
7 team ha had on theY .,$SJW:. their f t .... fleas --- I yet never sought office. The ; a
** In two year '. license, 929. rest were trying to find ,out.bow try wa doomed. The Insects were. railway track, where they HAILS,OPENS WAREHOUSE:, wa twice married, his tint

Lee' .iptrtt of the boy on the for license are not to drain IDorder' to destroy everywhere and they even destroyed I ban been killed by the (rate*. TIle 'Wondfta Halle I* the latent addition wife preceding him. many year la.death. .''

la unusually tine, They all for resident alone' U at any time mosquito; so the thing hung fire I the grace growing: on the streets rang tattle are fatter and slick-, too tile list of'Stark' business .

r to beputtlnr out" tot after buying your license you until now there are no fund for In Stark.; yet the following year er now than they have been for m n;k'H.ibas opened a fertilizer -

Dew coach a* they have never might lose It,' a duplicate can be crew worm eradication, and stockowner hardly a cricket wa* to be *ea. year warehouse t... the rear of A drew'* Mr" Kerc tile last member 1 1of
wa
.
before. The fact that many obtained from the Judge for twen- are told to do the work Insect pests of all Mad, those There U no occasion for cattleowners' old '*tore building, near the depot the ::1..1. Dicklon of Con-
the undone. mentioned a* well as army worm, armed( by the and 1 a selected camp
recruits are battling for ty-fjve cent I tbemselve or leave It being handling well supply fed rate veteran which had its e

luo* increase*the spirit great. I' This saved the latter from havingto grasshopper*. buffets. gnat, etc.for, screw worm bugaboo. Yet precautions of Trneman' high grade,. fertilizer headquarter la Stark A* loaf ?
, -Ution ''
The Reno Field will be the City Dada In Regular. \ lead their mule to spectsded"rangers" depend oa favorable c' should be observed. The for all'crop*. a. he wa physically able to do soMr. r

r of the Newberry game. Ev- Hall to rid about, on. while abnormal. Increase, but, are rapidly knife should be used on tock only .' Krc attended the t

< expected out to help Meeting'At City of looking through spy glass to see reduced when those condition end. la the cool season when,the flies HEALTH EXJC1JTIVEIIERC'Mr. meeting The deceased wa camp born
OoyAbe
"* The regular monthly meeting The screw worm fly blow fly ant and all matter animal '
Lay Go Tornadoes! ilf wore screw worm are dormant; r
heifer ..
of
of Starke wa held the the taaect:,the Ma* McCormick the m Christina day' 1840 and ,for
the city council ornament la their and so on. among and vegetable, subject to putrefaction "'
auricular Tuberculosis and Health several the local U. D. C.
HaltOne a* Florida
..EDITOR ON\ VACATION Tuesday,.night at the City and -upperMta.". buzzard among the.bird*, the racorbeck Mould be burned burled year
In several wallow forks" Association,will be In Starke today chapter ha remembered him withF
-toe- meets
| Gene )fatth... ha gone of the quietest seems to be greatly hoe among the antIn&la.j or covered up. aDd no atop 'k
recorded at that And nobody conferring with Mr. Lucia 8. I shower of gifts oa that day. Mr.
CL }extended vacation trip which year was > the crawfish In the water the ground The fly
the subject appear thrown oa '
for
of the Bradford la the
disappointed Alvarez, chairman Krc wa quite s,highlight
council
6"** him of the city : nature to destroy putrid :
official*
to andgtvea
by
various partsLof time, interest Until designed lives corruption only
of bUS- I to ban lost la upon County Tubereuloels'aDd Health activities of the ., W. .T, ,We k*, e
"- 'Who ,Mr. MatUiew I 10 state.;, ;The general routine this we had *o matter; and that the alr.w* clean place wide berth. wilt benuwed
the U spring year Auoclatkm. la regards to the work Chapter of V. D* C. aad he _
1 attended during I
the to and sweet owing "
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Tornadoes
. Play Fifth Grade News I A JOINT RESOLUTIONA JOINT UKBOLUTION

First Game Friday I We have two new pupils in our Amendment Joint RnsulutlAn to Article rroponlnir 10 of the nn A Amend Joint 8..101 Resolution B4 of P'op".ln. of to

;'Bradford High School JournalSTAFF room. Edna and Thelma Bryan. Constitution of til* State of Florida thiS ('.n.llltn. of the State .rFlor.1.

This makes our enrollment thirty. by Ad.ling; Th.r.' an Add). H.latn. tn County and
Tornadoes Work Hard And Expect! tlonal \.rllol, to Bo Known as Municipal Oov..r"m.nt.
To Give Opposing Elevens seven. .,. Relating to lon,.- Be It Meanlved by the I.ealslsfur
stead and ef the state ml Florida.
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Hard flittieThirtyfive *
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-, Geography some very ot the State .. Florida, the Constitution, of the State nt
Seniors Present Student Gov't.Election candidates for the good ones display.. That lbs following amendment, to Floilda relating to county .,0 municipal -

:::::::Edttor-In-Chlet Bradford football team We have two new wall vases and Artl le 10 of the Constitution: of governments be and" sam
n Chapel Program Held By High Stat of Florida to I I. hereby amnnded, and a amend
.oth'l wynn.At.! ) KUItor-ln-Chlef reached the half-way mark in their some new pictures in our room. homestead and ..Iatlt, ed la agreed tn and shall be submitted -

:JOI"thV; iJ..n 1\IILrwlck_._._'.JBxchanne.Ato. Izchan Editor. Sixth Grade iidSe..o.;; .... With High School Body preliminary training today with Mrs. Wall has organized an Elementary I: to 1 Inir b*thereto known an as "Hectlon mldltloniu; '" providing Hectlon- of Florida" to the at I1.et.r.* n.n..ral of the Election til at*

__..JJSerary Editor Glee club which Is made of to be held In
;8t..k..U Editor Several Plays and head Coach MacQueen apparently ; that no assessment for any I.pr..nlatv.*
"" MILrwlck. A."t. LIt. ; : of fifth and sixth grade pupils.We State or County or Municipal taxation 19.14 or rejection. Raid
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1rnre Afld0.. J..... -.$port. Editor Songs Student Government Organization I well pleased with the progress lie levied upon the borneO Section 14 of .rtl"l. I. a* am>nded -
w. pavt.. __ .A- "t. portl sass To Get Under Way Within made In preparing the squad for like it very much and I am stead.h"l. and the same la hereby shall read .! ,

:. 11iydf"-----Society A..t. 800. Editor An excellent program; was given Two Weeks the "1I888OD opener" against Lake sure we will learn a great deal agreed and shall h* sibmtttett to Section 14. The Legislature .h.1 f -

llian$ Sl..rnb"rr.d.! _____.Jok. Editor by the Seniors in chapel last Friday City on Friday Sept. 21, and about music this year. the Klorfdu qualified for ratification elector nf or the rejection State of establish and an municipal uniform government. .

liii WllutMW fllfflJ" .A..t.Entertainment.Iok Edltol'VI. ,.. Sept. 13, and was enjoyed by In chapel last Friday the student against Newberry on Saturday Enos Hayes Jr., Reporter. In the geneial election to be held on o.Hnll hall be applicable, exceptIn ,:
0 Ander.On. Jr. all. (he first Tuesday after the first case where local or special 1 law J
Editor body elected Its chief Student Sept. 22.That November I. 1AD4. for counties are provided by the ,.I'
_;.. Mae Brann..nt i : Enter-Editor The program was In the form of Government officials for this Coach MacQueen and his Sixth Grade Nuws : that"rtn.say, there 'h,1i be addedto Legislature that may b* Inconsistenttherewith. !
We have thirty-four pupils In Article lOot the of The shall. by t ,
,_ '"' )' andElementary a radio broadcast with Lester (on.tt"to" r.I.I..tu.
school
LncUI"a year. The officials elected men are taking the'game with the the State of general law and '
*r1 HI Depatmant porterrip Schnell at the microphone as an were: President, Edwin Torode Lake City Tigers pretty seriouslyhas our room and we are all striving to. I homestead and exemption: I additional town according :81 population and !
Noe..IJunlol' do our best work. 8ectlnn to b* known aa"Hectlon shall by general law provided '
..|...ell nouncer. from the senior class; secretary been evidenced since the open- ," of said Article, which Ih.t.Incorporation, government flU''c ,. '\);

To Spain First was a "song. '"Old Black from the sophomore class, Ollta tag day of practice. The men are Elaine :Uarwick or Keystone shall read .follows: :-W rn. duties and 1
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summer Mlas Isabel F'er'one Joe" sung by everyone and directed Smith; and treasurer, from thefreshman working willingly. Not a single Heights has been out of school 8eetlnn from T all. There.". "h,1 other be exempted than lieges or loral classifications.and law Incor. J 3

This! the high school by Mrs. Wall. This was followed class Billy PewelL candidate is at all doubtful but several days because of Illness. We special .""..n..nl. for benefits* toevery por.tn.cities or town, providing I '
del, of miss her much and are anxious a who I. a ; government r
took trip to Spain by the flag salute. The following Is the constitution: that the Tornadoes will give opposing very nltlsen head of and resides. In the Stat ofFlorida powor. dulls. and ur.uctcof ;

bers visited many places of Next was a reading by M. E. of the Student Government It will elevens a "red hot" game.A to see her back again. the homestead as defined In passed by the Legislature .
ere she Sadie Louise Prince has been Article 10 of the Constitution of Approved" June 6, lit3.1.
terest. Wynn and then a song by Charles make clear the duties and purpose Warm Vf Game elected news reporter of our room I the 81.t. of Florida. up to the valuation \

made by way ofIbr.r. Fender "I'll String Along With of this orp.ntzatJon.Constitution Coach Hobart Homer of Lake Sadie Prince Reporter. of | .OOO.oo provided, however NO. 81V :
was ,
I -me trip that the title to said homestead }'
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the You." Of The Student O City accepted this game with the. RlflHOLUTION
first we find her on venunrnt may b* v..t.d In such bend '
SO. In of family or lawful wife A Joint Revolution Proposing '
of Mallorca at the city ofDler. Announcer Schnell then Introduced Of Bradford Oeunty Tornadoes guaranteeing $ Miss "aeo...' residing. upon such homestead or Amendment to Article of the \ ,<
and This is a very beautiful Keeffee Harrell to the radio High School view of a "warm up'game from : Sixth Grade News In both. Constitution of the Mi ate of Florida ." '
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I us. We hope to 'make things Approved May 87, 18JS. Relative to Taxation antI Finance 11
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mountainous audience. Keeffee rendered a had of last to no "
It Is very poem We charge chapel Known aa He.'t.n
1)'. me summit of some of them written by Grantland Rice entitled 1. This organization shall be "very warm" Indeed for them. We Thursday., Our work books are THREBiA of Article. IX. I j jII.

DPi be seen be- known aa the Student Cooperative also might put many individuals NO. It' Meaolveel by tko Legislator '
can "The Game Called Life. here. We haven't had time to fix
Mediterranean JOINT ? .f She "
State Florida
his In "nice for RFROLUTIOI of '.
of shape"
Government of the Bradford CounHigh squad
iw a beautiful plc- Elizabeth Hollingsworth was "on because had -
It forma up our room yet we A Joint Re.llton Proposing the That the amendment to
hIs"tough" folowln.
of blue. the air" next with a nicely played ty School. the forthcoming games on to practice for chapel but now It A.tc", XIX <>' the Article IX of ,

FNex we find. her la) Barcelona. piano solo which was followed by Article 2-Purpose schedule. Is over and we can fix It up and Constitution to Prohibition.of ., n..l"tnl an the Section State, of 14 of Florida said, Article to he known IX, be t

I l. a very large city and aiving a black face comedy skit by two 1. The Purpose of this organization As this game Is to be played try to win the banner. n. It Hrsnlved r. the l.f ...1.1..... and the sonic I I. hereby agreed to '
bis It there the school is sending the the State of Florida and shall be aubmllted to the electoie .' ,
business center. poeeel sixth grade boys and a song by the is to stimulate In a constructive What would happen if: of the Stat. of Florida, at the

i the largest seaport of Spain. six grade girls. way the moral. educational team off with a "pep" meeting Kenneth Bagwell didn't point up That of Article the Slate XlX'of of Florida the Constitution be, and (leneral Election to be held on the j ,

ere the natives are not friendly The "radio waves" next sent outa social good health, and Friday.Good like a negro. the .a"18 la hereby am."d..d so aa day flrvt In Tuesday November after 1034.the. for first ratifica Mon. .'f.

award foreigners. play called "The Bank Rob- cleanliness movement of the Brad. Training Method Frankie didn't get to comb her to as followat tion or rejection) :,

she took a train to Madrid. bery." Following was a readmg ford County High School. Coach MacQueen has secured a hair. ARTICLE XIX 'Kurtton' 14. For a' period of fif ':
'ben Section
there she remained for three given by Eloise Fomby on ""Friend Article Membership tackling dummy and Is putting his Ferol didn't get to use lipstick. f""ml."lo".rl 1. The of 81"r.each' County of County In teen year, motion from the plcturh beginning studio'ofopnrntlon .

reekS attending the Centro De ship." 1. Only those attending the men to work on it. Proper drilling Davis Gaasett didn't sit by the I 11"1. n.t oftener than. one In. and ilanta Which shall be'. .h- ,
school foreigners then of tackling .v..ry years, upon the application ed In thin Htate on or after July ,t
a Head Coach Don MacQueen School on the fundamentals -
dial Hlstorlcos Bradford County High are girls. of one-fourth of the registered Int. Including all lands build
from Europe and Am- gave an enthusiastic talk on toot- eligible for membership In the Is much needed on such a Ruth McKelvey didn't bite her votera ot any County, shall vail ings 1133. .bat.l.; utilised In connection ,,

rica. The mornings were spent ball and urged everyone to help aforementioned organization. young squad of men. This fingernails. and County provide In which for an .I..ton la In mad the*. .Ih.rwllh.. the and, flnlshud all raw pro material 2't

Bending classes. Lectures were the team by "playing.. paying scholars.Tng line. This Is the 1"1., wine or beer a. tho finished producta or .
Spanish by praying. along this his pencil during class.Snookie w.1
ten In 1. The governing bodies shall shall I.roblbl.., therein the shnll I ha exempt from all ad ,
some of those attending The "radio station" then signed consist of: (a) Two representatives first -work the team has had on Corpening didn't holler question ",'mined by a rhn. taxation. .exempt that no ex ,,(
famous Phonetician TomNavarrrorro off and the student govern election the dummy In two years. out In school. majority of those votnl at the election .n.pt.n. which, become effec
aa the of the Faculty (b) Student called which virtu. of thin ..Arnsndnientshall ,
I Tomas whose : was1 held. Court (c) Chairman of .comnolt- The spirit of the boys on the Frankie Ritch Ferol Jones .I.rlll tt..r. r.n.I".I..ot.n.In t the extend beyond the year 149. \'1
used in America. The .-. team Is 'unusually fine. They all Reporters. prescribed.' for hold. The exemption herein authorised/ .
,ks are COMMERCIAL: NEWS tees, (r) Principle of Bradford A $Ing .general elections,' Klectlons: hall not apply to real owned -
moons were spent In shopping County High School. appear to be "putting out" for B r uld. this Hectlon .hal be hol.lwithin by such motion picture.I.t.studio '
visiting places of Interest. Mary Lucile Torode was the fIrst Duties of the new coach as they have never SOCIETYMiss sixty riaya time of and planta except occupied "
id museum. student to hand in a perfect paperIn Article &- Governing done before. The fact that manyof Elizabeth Holllngsworth presenting said a.pl..ton. but If ae the .a'II'd to ,
ch as the royal palace soy such .1..tln th.r.hy house auoh motion '"
beautiful park Buen typing. Since then she has Bodies the recruits are battling for was the guest of Miss Mary Luclle take place sixty days any and plant and other buildings Inci

id I the very landed in three.' 1. The Faculty representatives.The positions Increases the spirit great. Torode Wednesday night at Kings- fl.I.., or It shall National he held election wtthin or sixty prl. dental to the operation of such etudloa I
and
tlra. shall ad- together with such
the capital the next stop The first shorthand test was given Faculty members ly. ley Lake. days after such Stale or National, lands a* may pl.nt.I" required for
from 14 tinder' Coach vise the members of the Student primary"l.cton ing officer 10u.'f
where Is located the Friday Sept. Game Mere Miss Louise Snyder spent Saturday .I."ton. .1 employees,
U Cordoba Court on questions arising before Saturday S. The' Legislature shall warehouse. laboratories I cutting I fr
nous Moorish Mosque built In XacQueen. The game we play with New- In Jacksonville. pr.vhl. general or special or lo. roornn, projection room, storage* i
,The books have at last arrivedfor them and have privilege of vetoIng will be played Misses Mary Lucile Torode and cal legislation 1 to carry nut and trackage, shipping fapllltlen, sets
the Salesmanship course. any blU passed by the Court. berry Saturday enforce the 01:1'1' of this Article. and locations.Ap l
400.We now reach Sevllla and the ,Court.A. here at Reno field. Lillian Sternberg attended the ball All law relating I to I Intoxicating roved June 1. 1933, ,)
Cathedral In Spain. It took Six new type-writers have been 2. 'The Student game In Jacksonville Sunday. ll<|iiors, wines I and beer which were
msst this ordered and should ta posItion Members. In playing two games 'on suc- Miss Elisabeth In effect on December 81, 191S, un. I 1
_t hundred years to construct The court shall consist of cessive days the Tornadoes will be Holllngsworth less ch.n.." by the L..I.I.tur. by NO SEVEN
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and was next week. motored to Gainesville Sunday. laws axpresslv effective concurrently A JOINT
sttucture
a.ailve About twenty-three have been one representative from each room pulling an "Iron man" stunt. Sucha hm.tlh{. amendment, A Joint ".. RFHOJ.UTIO'.. an j
is also Miss Martha Powell -
lit by the moors. There enrolled for the commercial law. to be elected by the members of thing is rarely done in high accompanied shall as so become ." Amendment to Artcl. VIII of the .,
Alcazar noted for Its Miss Martha Brownies to Jacksonville Ive with this and .h.1 aor.maln Con"11ltol of of Flor '
j palace Last week they studied notes. that room. school football circles. If the boys Monday where Miss until thereafter by n.laty. to Cltle and, Coun"tie ,1
Mutlful gardens. commercial arithmetic ('2) The duties of the members can survive such punishment, the the Legislature Th the *, '
Mr. Howard's I '
here we next reach Grana- BrownIes entered training at Riverside Legislature I to provide w'Oc. B* 'R.**! 'I r the Lrsl.lnte.re
should be
From where class t is progressing' rapidly. shall be as follows: rest of the:schedule: easy. laws. to carry nut and .ntor. thla' eq the .'. 5"ieridaa

i.and the Alhambra Coach MacQueen. our mew .foot- (a) To voice the opinion of those The schedule as yet Is not yet Ho.plt.NOTII Article ahall Include the right toprovide ,' That the following, ; Amendment. to JI
visited and for saleby' Article VIII of' the'(
uhlngton Irving sketch ball coach and commercial teacher whom they represent.b certain or complete but we are OK KI.KOTIOH private Indlvhlu.ll.n..nlfactur. .or*' and the State of:' on.ttuto., to* V

wrote material for his has won many friends by, his ( ) To discuss all matters concerning certain of the game next Friday. WHIREAK. Th. ertalatur nf co.por.Uon. or by the Htat or hy citIes and oountlen b* numbered I
18. Constitution of 1555, Counties, Cities political subdivisions Hectlon 8 of Article VIII, be .'
Live
books. with
Stu- 28. to be played .10
GI- pleasing personality and sense of / the welfare of the Sept. Mtat nf Florida, did .. or by any governments and the earn I hereby agreed c to ,
3ast of all we are back'at Bradford County Oak at Live Oak. dtfht- Joint .. ,, 1 neaeudmsnt. commission an Vhall b. anbmltt4 "
humor. dent Body of the : r: r-aa-vncy t.b-or* t.>l the elector ,
rock at night to the of for that of the
braltar. From the utJ' t purpose. State at the (Jenerall'lieotion'
Africa High School. th* State of the same section 8. ,Until changed by election to be held on the first '
Inn be seen the lights of GOSSIP FROM A TO Z (c) To Propose and vote on all First Grade -IV ware agreed to by of three- called under this Artol. the Tuemlajr after the first Monday, InNovember ,
which are about eight miles away. have already selected fifths of all the memhera elected of all territory A, D., 1814, for i
The Seniors bills for the betterment of the We now have ten,books for our to each house} th.t the vot. on .Iat.Florida to whether ,the orrejestkn, to-wit rattea1
a* sale
I Was, Fernandez has a large.col their class rings In another Bradford County High School. reading table, and soon hope to said Joint Resolution) wer permitted, or prohibited shall ton 8.. The Leirliilature abj ll '
lection of interesting souvenirswhich month they will be wearing them. must have upon their rsxpectlv Journals, with the same as It wa on December 81. have power to alter.or.
((3)) Representatives have many more. the yea and thereon, andthey .tabl.h.
nays f '
1911, provided that at the flenAraElection anolUh. tobknoWfl'e
she brought back. And she Is looking forward to In order to did ,detprmln and direct that .
Everyone at least a "B" average We are making booklets' with In 1934 or at any time the City of Jacksonville .
all "I liked Spain so well I would the first football game of the sea be eligible for membership In the the said Joint 1..oluUon. li* millmltted within two years after thin Article extending; terrltorlly throunh-
pictures of Mother Father Dick to the tll. Stateat becomes effective the Hoard of out th .
and I wish will preeent limit of Duval
that it I
back made
like to go again son. Rumors are court.B. the Ueneral Election In November Commissioners of In '
Jane and Baby In them., We bring County any County County the plane of any or all
|l could have remained longer. be in Lake City. Sept. :21. ,. and 1534.r4ow shall,' upon the application of ."unty. district municipal and local "
Officers flowers for our room are : I. ft. A.ORAY
THfRPJRI five per rent of the registered voter hoard bodies and o-
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ADVICE TO Ar The Seniors are showing (1) The officers shall be a president learning the names of them. State ofVlorla of the County, call and providefor \ I'
'1'1 SENIORS school spirit already by having a vice-president secretary Miss Adklns. do l"r..ly lve notice that- aCU'1HL an election to decide whether fo..rnm.nt.". ., .I.t'tory.. el
FRESHMAN meeting during home toom will b aLCTIO" the sale .h,1 h* prohibited In such and ohall p..r'b.'

,r Now that we're preparing to pep activities In the morning. treasurer and reporter. Klorlda on T".I.y'." auoo county.., In t.unly.! .. election" In to h* other power, *,
1 hereof. "h
shall be elected First Grade A-B the first Monday In I). plovld. Artcl. .f municipal corporation.
mike our exit from this school we Edwin Torode has been elected ((2) These officers November A. Its le.I.iativeexectitiv., Ju.ucla1 -
{feel Justified In giving a few'hints of the Student Coopera*- by the Student body for a term We are sorry that the following 1834.SIXTH the said MAY ,Tuesday NOVHMBKM r-elnv the Hectlnn 4. This Article shall be- and administrative department
oome ffeetlve .
president Immediately upnt and It bodlex-and of*
have moved J. B. Dixon hlardo
:
is the freshmen. A freshman is of eight months. pupils for the ratification or rejection of Its and
tlve Government. We are sure he ndoptlon the repeal of Article flcersi' to territory In-
\ppposed to be "green!; which ap- the weH. ((3) The president of this organ- Robert Starling and V. L. Starling.. the said' Joint to Resolution the Constitution* proponingamendments 1 of XVIII of the Amendment* to the eluded I In uah municipality" ) Into ub-
will fill position
the :Miss M. Mlddleton. Constitution of the United Htate ordinate distriut4.and to pr..prlb ia ,
from .
datton is Justified by his actions. bastion shall be chosen (lb. State of Florida, vial of America. June and reunoniiU* yxtom of .*- "

When! we were freshmen little did "DAY DREAMS" twelfth, grade: the vicepresidentshall NO. ONI3 Approved May I, l.a.1. atlon for such niiluiMpBllty' and HI*. ,

tt know of the obstacles that layhfore Study hall Is the place Where we chosen from the eleventh Second Grade A JOfNT IlICnOLUTIO I such erictsl)' munlvlpHllty and to tfk the and lIabilityof. district'
shall be chosen We have one new pupil In our Prnpo.lnw an Amendment to Article NO. FOUR I
been Sometimes secretary
dreams. the
have flonded and
us. Luckily: -we often have day grade; V of the Constitution of Florida A JOINT nKHOUJTION other Jndehtednee*, ci.Icting *
we to surmount the obstacles but a lesson Is exceedingly dry and our from the tenth grade:; the treasurer room. Relating- the Judiciary by Add A* Joint Resolution Proposing an of at such the lime municipality of the establishment > "

tt times tt neeined as If It'would minds wander from the hook.al shall be chosen from the He wasn't very happy the first ing? Thereto an AddUI..1 Hecllun. Amendment of Rectlan 10 of the fxiferreabltt only avainet .hal. (;
to lie Known ,, prop.
a 4>
"" frn.vldlnir .
Impossible. With these experiences though our' eyes still follow the ninth grade; and :the reporters day so we tried to help him.by being for the reduction of the D..I.raton of the Rlghte MIte. of of the Florida Con therefore. taxable shall, I
r. from time to time, ;
tm fresh In our mind we lines of print. Maybe we think of shall be chosen from the" Student kind and showing him whereto I This NDmh.r Btata of and Judicial K flroult of. Helming to Grand Juries, InforniAtlona determine what portion of laid municipality
">iulrlnc the .
Fin' begin to tell the freshmen our school work and bow wonderful Body as' a Whole.3Depsrtflient. go and what to do. Mr.. Gray Apportionment of Such R. .r.ntm.ntl and Indictment I Ia a rural area and I a
I Clroult .plt.1 homestead In pitch rural area shAll
that' not to do. It ,would be to have excellent *. visited us one morning-we enjoyed and the. Jtiila-n. Thereof. ('rlme. and Other Felonies, not I b- limited a. It In a city 'tor
Re K M l ) .. .
*s> e r the *>lla<.r Providing That ,
; Although we had no trouble arranging test marks to have no errors in (a) Members. having him very much and hopehe I of ... Ntate ., Florida* Sentences of the JU..I.: and fie town. Much municipality may *xerclM -

our program, some people recitation or class work. Well one ((1) All committees shall be appoInted will .come again soon. I That the followingamendment to Made and Pnt.rd In Term Timeor all the.n pow..r. of also a municipalcorporation be. reroajnlimi -

fc. It behooves a freshman therefore never succeeds in doing this unless by the court and Facultyand Mrs. II. C. Ritch Teacher. this Article v..r. the to Constitution the Judiciary of to Felonies In I .and n. Plea of Utility ae one of.h.1 lea-al politicaldlvlalon
r.l.tn. Dispensing
f, Immediately consist of such a num- I liy add In additional With of th. Slat with the du-
*;
to arrange his program according be studies very hard. shall t. the Necessity of Summoning the ties and obligations of a and
to the course he desires to we make a resolution to ourselves her of members :as the Court and re-lrfiner I ,lion the 4ft a*sams hereinafter Is hereby set aarreeil forth, bend to Orand Circuit Jury Ex",1 Upon Orderof hall b* entitled to all the county powe.

take.All difficulties Should be Ironed to study harder and our Faculty seem necessary to carryon We have learned several new. and shall h. submitted to the nulli. It a rights: and prlvllea-efi' I.ud
B* Resolved by the Legislators Mentatlon In the l.egisiaturs ; -
out immediately, not after a minds wander back to the text the work of the committee. songs this week. Mr. Gray has : to ratification voter* nf the"r State rejection of Florida at the of .."..t. ., Florida i which would accrue. to It If I
f2 The Committees shall be 'as next That the following were a county All property of I>n
) ensuing general amendment to
prolonged wait. book. promised us a reading table soon ; el.rt.n. that ., and
val (.o of munlulpalltlr '
Next we will dISCUS the extra- One ,day while sitting In study follows: Seniors Chairman: and we are glad because we have I :'to h*say designated, that an '-dl Bert Ion 41 of Right Hotlon of 10 the of Constitution the Declaration of the of In sail county ( vest In such ,

curricular activities. Here Dell the ball trying to concentrate on an I (a) Attendance.b lots of new books for It. We bung Article V fr. the C.n.ttuUln of State_.of Florida, relating to Orand hMhed municipal. ."rpor.lon when The eetalx of- 4Vie.

lOot of evil. If one I. not carefuL exceptionally hard lesson the dool'opened. ( ) Cheerupc three new pictures and fixed threeor Iowa Florida, to-wltt he .pt. 1..4 fol. and] Inform.ton. presentments for oapl- .. of .Clerk of provll.d. Court'

A freshman should be very careful Mrs. Wall entered and addressed ( ) Office four pot flowers. .ton 41. tal crime and other p.r.on.felonies, b., and and "h.rlf .h.1 not be abolishedbut

Mt to participate In too many activities the pupils. "Students" (d) Library Miss Annie :Mae Pearce.Hatfe fifteen(a) There" .hal b. .no of m.r.the Btat than th. earn be aubmllted Is hereby to..r..d qualifiedelector. to. anish.ll the time 1.1.lalur.the-may method prescribe by

at the same time. Many a she said "from now on you may (e) Traffic Squad : d.tb b* uproprltely. de*> of the State of Florida. for which, such offices shall b* filled
rn
lime schooL, There Morals and entertainment and defined bya ratification or at the general and the ""mp.n"aton to be pal.itoatich .
Manners : reJton.
In / :
like ( )
anxiety '
a freshman In his do as you ..... law enacted hy the Lei". I election to on the first vast In themadditional
to become popular will participate 'will be no more exams to take no .for home rooms Fourth Grade News 1.I.tur. for that pu.p.. In aacord Tuesday after the first ,Monday In 1., ntflfm power and hm. dutlee. Notinfw .
Si,. November-. f>. 14)14.) MKttlt .t.iL.a.I *
h too many activities at theme homework to do, classes will not be
tee and more than he can carry I compulsory and there will be no (b) Glrrs Restroom ler's bIrthday, she was ten years by iju..Jl. shall embrace tried for a T.jrnn unless' onprssenttn.nt without making .. tl.
Is to be a Restroom l..mthan fifty thousand Inhxbl' or by a performance of all dutle
I Boy's Ind''Im.nt
This room )
accessfuUy. His first discovery study halL ( old. We have lost twq pupils (ants to the last preoed grand Jury, and tate person shall be at hereafter ..."I..t$ by lawti. .
till be that since his school aver- erceptlon room." An Immediate ( J) Grounds there were Sara SeweD and Jack IngHtat..ordln.. ... eemrua sn4provided tried for any other felony unissson P.. performed by county at.fic.r. -
I went, The k further that no 'Judicial presentment or Indictment by a Nothing; contained herein shall
Is up. Flag
fe decreasing he will be corn- outburst of cheer ( ) Dlxon. Our bulletin board Is full affect Section 10 of
circuit existing at the lime of ratification grand jury or upon Informationunder
died to drop extra-curricular: ac- room became a pandemonium ofcheerlnl' ( I 1))> Ushers of pictures brought' by, Dorothy' of tal* amendment shall .>* oath filed by the prosecuting the Constitution, : t"ICIIR* I lot

IIvItles[ entirely. Always rememer laughing and yelling. (3) The Chairmen of the respective Lee Johns and Virginia Anderson.We aff.c'e. altoe. or abolished, *x. attorney Information of the I. oourt wherein the therein Florida,::opt relate a* to the*
be In this except a* I isotherwise
that the primary purpose of atfeeding Studies and books were forgotten.I committees shall appointed are doing very nicely with our amendment mann.for .r p.o"le Sam tie.. this Const! jurisdiction' and duties of any cl...

school Is to obtain aa ed- went out Into the ball. where by the court; They shall stuffed Into *xcutlon. nor shall any 'exist. tutlon, .: 7tn cases of Impeachment of officers, to summoning and IBM
We have
art work. a new
panelling grand and petit .
In the Court. but log Circuit Judge or Htat* I cases In the jurar
The extra-curricular: ac- much to my amazement, there was be allowed a seat elephant picture. We have another I bo disturbed In the tenure of rnoC! mllltla when In active service In to assessing and collecting tales ,

IIYttiea are Intended to help' the a bunch: of boys, playing a gameof they shall not have the right to the name of it Is: "The flc. until the expiration of anS1 time of war, which the mate, for county puraoee and regulate ,
picture. Ing the fees and '
of
commission h.ld I with the consent of [
MacQueen matters before the Court. by him on the Congr***, may
ttudent, not to Jntermere with his football with MB. vote on county officer, No law
End Of The Trail" We are goingto this amendment I I. keep In time of peace Any person aUlho.l.i.
!tidies, calling arithmetic signals. In J4JqFernandes' Article Meetings have a new sand table. Monday n) It shall b* ratfie.C of the under such 1 Information, presentment the ..tabU.bln. ir
shall meet Leg-lslattir at It. or Indictment for such pursuant -
? students Student Court next sea.sion any felony eorpr.Unn
While The
the 1.
we were freshmen, we had room morning the children brought flow after the r.ul.r have not capl.1 may be arraigned and may to this becomeoperative
misfortune of attempting too were playing cards jabbering all every week and at such other e.... We are bringing cut plants to been ratified to psss suitable laws .nt.. .. I In term time ..In vacation I or effective until approv-
of the and the .. sd by majority ot the qualified
walked President to this amendment Into ef feet judgment
-y I times as the
at- while m Spanish. carlS ane .nt
things at once. Our the the teacher. make effective the reap- .n. of the court on a plea lector participating In an .Iootma
-dance was .required In several Into the senior room and there was Court or the Faculty. shall deter Gloria Buford Reporter. portlonment and reduction of Judicial may b* mad and entered either held In said county but so

Jlace at the same time. and notable Mrs. Long helping some pupilswith mine necessary.. hereby Circui. and. .Cir"ul Judg-ea term any time circuit or In court vacation$Is authorised The Judgeof such under municipal this Section corporation the Legislaturemay exist
..
-c to present our".Ivea at contract bridge. Downstairs Article.7 Amendments Mia Hlneon'a (*) There shall b* on. Circuit to dispense with the summoning, amend or extend th* law authorising
U of these playing leapfrog 1. All amendments to this constitution Judge to *.,1 Judicial Circuit but .mp.n.lln. and convening of the th.name without referen-
places the result was the children were Hum
Grade News .
Fourth qualified voters
Judgss for Ju .n of court by Inl.
"rttaual worriment and unhapplz ; to keep out of their way 1 must be passed by the We have thirty-three pupils la ..dlt"n.1I.eul, < m.S b* provided for .r.nd m.kln. .nl.rln.,t..n. filing with the L.I.I.U". act p.dln., ..

...... went Into the laboratory.There was vote of the majority of the total and by law a* : by SectIon .. court a w.lt.n I such or .hallI
our .room. Twelve In Class A order directing provide' for such
4J of Amended :1'1.V of this no I r.f.r.n"um
z a senior we should tell the Mr. Beasley playing the drum and number of members in the court. twenty-one In Claws B. We're all C.n.ltnUon.$ but number I l>e summoned at "tl term of court, App..ve Hay I. .

"amen to re'pect and obey his leading an orchestra made up of I 2. Redraft this constitution of Bradford so going to do our ''very best work on. judicial. ue.e.apportioned. not exceed to any which be order msde of In '. Clroul'Judgemay term I The .ot.* cast In mpl.nr. with

PPer cJaaamelE tabll8b your science pupils. as to fit the needs this year.We on* Circuit Juris .al every fillythousand lime of said, court The Legislature aid proposed th*
7n principles however and ad- This was a grand school! I went County High School and its class.en. inhabitanta.or major fraction shall have power by general ella.islion ranvass, declaration and returns Q
thereof, shall be .
have been studying colors thereof after this amendment to regulate' the number of "IJ..4 lo the
-[. to them.. <..1..1' advice Is to be- down the hall whistling as loud as out for art. hall have been put Into effect grand Jurors serve upon, .eonstltut .m. regulation *
taine neither too nor too I could. anxious to see what was 1 and cutting pictures : td> In Clr"u't.' havingmore than *. a grand Jury and to fix the ar.pro.I..1, ,by law for .general
"chesty" .
NEWS We will soon have our room looking one may d. ,number of grand required tovole .1."U.n. Mtat of Florida,
GRADUATE 'uror
A POST .ud. .I.IU. .. .
-Clous .
: of ycA inferior position happening in the next room. of for and TESTIMONY WHffEOl"1
.. rr.s bman. Have the greatest loud buzz sounded In my ears at Miss Etholin White motored to more homelike. ., such additional -.Id.no.. or >.*. or presentment.Thl anelc'm.n' and have.h..unt.' '
and Sunday. We have two flags In our room tel The re-apportionment of Circuit amendment, upon ratification .1. fires Sealof
Ipect looked Silver Springs the
for your t sobers rememring this moment. I up and Judges thereof herebyprovided State .f Florida. al
a* aforeeald. shell
take effect
went to Jacksonville donated Carolyn Green and Hazel at Tallahasaee, the F'
that In study ball. Lester ScbneU by for shall become {
midnight' .plal.
they re endeavoring found myself sitting .rocuv. on December list. It.4 this the .
1aid baseball and sat Thomas the latter made her elaty day after the act without the .EL, '
you. not to hinder vou. as The period was over and so was my to the game for same shall have b.eone law. U" ." necessity of legisla i of July, A R .nt/.t.I' ,

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: TAOE FOUR I

".......Mro ..._ ._ BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA V, SEPTEMBER!
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Baptist Circle Three FERA RECREATION PROGRAM: BROOTiER 'WOMAN : --

Entertains At Tea. BEGAN HERE LAST; WEEK ARRESTED, DIES MISSION: Fi.4Lf

...-.- I Bible Class;;
r'
'fcictJj Circle Number Three of the Baptist (Continued from Page One)' (Continued from Page One) r.'l that, even found "rut
W. M. U. though
entertained lat Friday
Uvitles proponed by the F. B, R. charge Informant say he made ; was "It's Not For the
afternoon from three-thirty to A. It Is said is the promotion and 'the bond and be'< five-thirty o'clock at things
the Woman'sClub construction a new and mfrselaborate returned to their home at Brooker. for us In UIt
at silver \ the
tea.
'.."' 1"-: a .' bail. 'park In the commu- The morning of Sunday Sept. 9, / need to know and Word u
1 American Legion Auxiliary Woodmen Circle ConventionTo Quantities of late summer floWi nity. Dr., E. L. Biggs. local physician men, It II
ers were used effectively to dec Other popular .activities have was summoned to the home of these .tuaSto aDd"
To Elect OfficersA Be Held Here'' Oct. 16 orate the large auditorium and i "
sun been proposed for the communitysuch Hodge by the husband who said room" each. as

meeting will be held by tbeSt&rke A district convention. of. the .parlor ,of the 'club, where the asf Volley ball for young and that his wife was having convulsions ""-- Tuesday--- tv
American Legion ; guests were entertained. old, diamond Dr. Biggs answered the call =--
Chapter Woodmen Circle Groves.of; .North ball for all who wish
Auxiliary at the Auxiliary Roomon Central Florida District\ ,, ;number Little Betty Hayes ''and John to play shuffle board alleys, ten- and ordered Mrs. Hodge to remainin

Tuesday afternoon Sept. 25, at two, will be held here -/Tuesday, Kinlaw received the money at the I nis, basketball, checkers chess, bed for several days and at the
MrsGertrudeGodbey Kinlaw
three o'clock. October 16, at the Woman. -i-Club:, door and In the library was the cardar anislte, dances carnivals same time signed a statement that Florin
Every member of the organization building. receiving: 'committee composed of plays,', dramas,, arts and crafts I Mrs. Hodge was III and In no condition ,

Is requested to be present as This district is of Mrs E. W. Hayes Mrs. Ray New- minstrels, rope skIpping hop to report for further questioning FLOWERS FOR ALL
officers for the coming year will composed I som Mrs. J. W. Edwards and Mrs. skotcbJack rocks and of course which statement was ta- OCCASION!
Jacksonville Beach,
be elected at this time. All persons Jacksonville > L.' a. Powell. Mrs. C. :Knight others as the program gets under ken to the officials of the city of Dainty Corsages Baskets of
Paiatka Island Grove, Gainesville, ,
eligible for membership In the and MiM.CU: > Moors served as I way., Gainesville who Immediately Flowers

\Auxiliary are"also invited to attend Alachua Jar, Campville, High and Springs Starke, tike Groves S3ut-. ushers:, ', ' I It Is 'needless to mention' that agreed to drop the case, the hear- Artistic Floral DesignsWe

'' this meeting and file their ap- The degree staffs' frpm Lees., .A-, short musical program was most of.the proposals will surely ing of which had been set for the

'... 1 plication for membership.' burg. Ocala, Jacksonville a4d enjoyed. ;jlr..John Powell accompanied materialize; and It there are any following Monday, Sept. 10. TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere Any Tim,
by Mrs. 'E. L. Biggs- delighted -of who Although medical aid was ad- 'Member Florist Telegraph
Melrose Starke will each take a part In the you are not interested, get Delivery Association
lot Attend Meeting the ministered it is that the A ,
audience with ,
work, and the District President, two solonumben. Interested. i alleged Guaranteed anel Bonded Service
4 A large croup of young people ., "The Old Refrain' and ... shock that Mrg. Hnrfpa received: bv
--
Mrs. Irma Garris. will preside 311
from the Epworth League of the during the meeting. "Out Of The Night" an< .,Mr. Pow- BERRIES WIN SECOND' bii; ;arrested. the Saturday beI I CHURCH ST. PHONE No 41

r Methodist Church with their pas- ell and Mrs. Biggs sangfifcs a duet GAME TO EVEN fore considering her physical con- STARKE:
Below Is I
outline of the after
tor; Rev. B: Montgomery, attended an session1' "The World. Ik Waiting-,For The PENNANT SERIES dition at that time proved too FLORIDA

the Garfield Evans Union noon and night Sunrise: Another popular number (Continued,) .from Page One) much for her and' death claimedher ,
j meeting I in Mslrose,last Thursday Opening of convention and regular ,r. n,the program was the musical Monday of ,the present week.
business session including initiatory
night. reading*."An Old Fairy Tale" same team, tha took the field last In an official statement Dr.
work and election of officers
I ,. given by :Mra L, O. Powell accom- ,Thursday. -
; This union is composes of several -2 to 5 p. m. Biggs said that ber death could PURE FOODThe
churches among which are panied by Mrs. Biggs. Pete Rci4\Dey. the 19-year-old easily be attributed to the disease
Dinner 6 ., .
m.
-
Waldo Hawthorne Starke and Street Parade p. with W. O. W.> During'the social socf'al period southpaw.'ea&atlon, tucked the that came'as result of shock received The finest, seasonable fresh fruit ,

; Melrose and these young people Drum and Bugle Corps of Lake- refreshments of sandwiches and Grocers away with but three hits. when arrested.T. vegetables, fancy canned good and
meet once each month for a get- Iced tea was served by" the com He pitched a brainy game of ball M. Hodge the husband of best staple are always available
land music 7
at
I
m.
/urnlshlng
be
\ together,meeUnlJ which In followed p. ./- ft*' always saving enough stuff to pull Mrs. Bessie Hodge has filed suit prices In your neighborhood A&P: .
)\ 'I by a social period. Grand March and Merq,till Ser A nice sum was realized from I himself out of a hole when needed In the courts at Gainesville. It waslearnedb and at A&P: moist markets you alwL

The officers were elected at this vice for the late Mrs. Maty It. Roc- this party, which will b.'used for I Only a perfect squeeze playin the office of the get choice cut of U. 8, Government li.

,f ii 'I meeting for the coming year, and ca, National President p. m. purchasing new 'carpet ,for the the fourth robbed him of a shut defense,attqrney,. that the suit filed UTA ItNTD spected Thousands western meats reasonably prlort
of
.r' ad\ ; two of the Starke young people Musical- program. church. floors. out. To prove himself no fluke charges the city of Gainesville they can serve customers better have tounf that!

k i were named'as.fleers: Woodfin Addresses by dlatin'gulahed. McKmley\ .calmed the most dangerous andChief of Police R. A. Berga WHERE ECOHOMVRULES | less money by buying meal all and MjII'nd

I&t& Halle was elected president and guests.: W. M. U.,Meets ',, ', bats'.Daylight, could shove to Jointly with the false arrest of his needs at A&P.: et their fOOd

r Miss Kitty Hogaed secretary., .- .. the plate. Only four balls were wife which ultimately to her .
::1 tt The Starke group brought home W.. M. S. Meets The business and program meet hit out of the infield during the death: The suit calls for damagesto -- --- ----- ----;; --- -
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.'o;' iJ 'with them the attendance banner, rj tng of the Baptist -.W, M..U. was game. the amount of.950,000./ I I
s '"":* which they have won for four consecutive The Woman's Missionary Soci- held at the church! Monday after '' GARDEN FRiSHI SULTANA
'. meetings. ety of the Methodist Church held noon'at three-thirty' o'clock with 1jb4tJ'eet of the credit goes to the MRS. ARMOR WILL SPEAK I Assorted Fluvon
'Ii'
life and
; an interesting and well ,attended Circle Three being In barge of the spirit the boys showed. In AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH COMPOUNDJAM:
Fruit
and
y devotional and business:meeting program for the afternoon.. short they were! ,really playing ball Vegetables I
and not kidding themselves. Char-
r. ADVICE: Monday afternoon at the church. Those taKing, tw The president Mrs. W. E. Middle- were: Mrs. E.W..'' Hayes, at short-once to hear Mrs: :Mary Harris ArmorIn I
f I MAli/V./ RECEIve IT1' .--- ... ton,! presided and Mrs. A. Wood leader of Circle Three; Mfil.W.- J. game going far be- times,past are looking forward CELERY Stalk lOc
hind
p third ,
the of
,+ digging pill out
THI PROFIT BV IT'
-, ;WJSC I1r" gave ,an Instructive talk along the Epperson, :Mrs... E":O Priest, and the sod and' : with keen anticipation to ber com I 1 With Pectinare
&
I ,making a bullet-peg
'l I lines of faith and faithfulness t tR toGod's I:Mrs. A. M. Darby., 'fbert6plo for to nab Bunchby a step.' We don't ing to the Presbyterian Church Fresh Tomatoes 2 Ibs for 15c
,* ,. S 1 1.ii. commands. the study was "Concerning want insinuate that Charlie is Friday evening Sept. 21st., 4S-oz. Jar 29c

.!. ";a }('\Cl Strangers." j the whole team-not at allbutwe It is expected,'that a?large gath- LETTUCE Per Head 9c
: WIJ .Plans were also made for entertaining do think ge's'one of the neat- ering will hear-, this world famed Pure Fruit Flutor

I t the New River Association est sit4( around performers we've orator and Christian worker and Irish Potatoes 10 Lbs for 17c ''Gelatin Dessert
HJ R which will meetAwttb.: this1 churchon seen running loose in this neck of I the pastor wishes to announce that '

7s: PlateTHE October l' a Iffi jfc;; the woods ,And Johnny Hall plays", should there be an overflow sudl-

-.dn.. n,th. oundwt Mhric* that tblrd' sack as' slick as okra ence that the lecture will be broad- Grapefruit --. -- Each <_.. 5c SPAREE4Pkl7c

c) j' comt from chow..1m bane. Maw MOST POPULAR Surprise Birthday Parly. too., You don't, see many witbJlall' cast to the.. street by a.Public II
% ooJw.1 I Joh.wfindrh.mmpie." SPOT IN TOWN Message Syster, so that all who Yellow Onions 3 Ibs for lOc
tabnVvv&s { ability around elth-
loafing
:' B. jyfven ,
'1 ....,hi. ......- by tin H.Iud Mr.'F.' / a desire to bear do
J! f. r(r4 par awu h 4.wu-. to tom rhe Them may be larger ie birthday,'party. .-Moodaynigh Although'not a colorful player : may so. People
.'f. -...;;; '.-, lunch stands but they .at.J),r, home on South Walnut be gets there, and that's whatit from St.- Augustine Johnstown CARROTS -- 2 for 15c
Lake Butler and elsewhere have I
;i, "tin It to be farad Cenjid par don't sell larpr.uad- Street: + takes to win ball games. Jones'

: tsars,-, }s .eodor' wich**. Also short or- ':Mrs, JOhn led:bitii invited bya ,bat was also ;much in evidence.t signified. their intention of beingpre.ent. LEMONS __ Dozen ....ISc Sparkle Delicious:
ders and tceicold friend tO raUend1the show" .,.that and 'that goes for Woodall and the ? CHOCOLATEPUDDING
( HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE drinks. evening and when the friend call rest; too. Hitch played a flashy Arrangements have been madeso RUTABAGAS
Lb.
that Mrs/.Armor will arrive in ..4c
} game at first and Carter's depend- ,
/ Near Seaboard Station ed by for her, she found the friend
1STARKE., :. FLORIDA accompanied by all the'ladles la ability behind,the platter was nev- time to address the school at 2:20p. :
ZI that neighborhood who bad come er doubted..:' .' m. Friday. The principal, Mr. BANANAS 4 Ibs.. 17c, -
( ia to be commended for taking -
The lineups"Daylight Gray
:
to help her celebrate her birthday
t ,... NO.TJCE, anniversary' : J4oley( rf, Fulton 3b advantage of the opportunity l 4Pks.l7c
Ch Guntl If;Cppps, ss, Cn.Guntl cf for his pupils to bear this splendid WHEA TIES. 2 pkg 25c
: We Aft gifts !
The Undersigned Barber Shop Have ; r yk wing thelovely :
; lecturer. '
'Angel Food cake Bell lb, Rosenblatt c, McCallum I .'
I refreshments of .. BISQUICK !
',, Agreed To The FollowingPrice List: and sherbet was served to theguelts' 2tv. fliiflrcra And Hunch TV 40-oz. pkg. 33c Rajah Dellrlou
--s ark'YJJ; a3br Rltch lb, PROFESSOR B. R. WELD WILL QUAKER MAID j
16-OZ SANDWICHPORK
fay Mrs: 0. A. Anderson CAN
SHAVES ..._ 20c I PRESIDE OVER 'CLASS HERE I
\ ? -----. and Mrs. .DaleVanSickcl l.. afteryvhicb Jones cf, Abbott sa, Woodall If, & BEANS '5c'
1 I" HAIR 25c social Carter: ,' Sparkman rf, F. Hall 2b, Announcement 'was made this
itl __ T&----, ___- an hour' was spent.' McKinley. week by University of Flori FANCY ; SPREAD

t'' Q" :. Hours 7.a. in. to 7 p. hi. *"*' 'OIt''"$ '- chatting.: i j- da's General Extension Division SPINACH No. 2 "lOc
1 T can
*
., Those Invited
were;
-
that Professor B. R. Weld, of the
p ,I" OPEN SATURDAYS, 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. ; TWO ENTOMOLOGISTS
.' Mrs. C. O. Searing. ,Mrc C. F. I OUR OWN BLEND i
will
presideover
University faculty,
/
r' THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP Ward Mrs'I B VI?: Hattrick A. Bonham* Mrs. M., ,, .APPOINTED SCREW WORM TO AID FIGHT a Starke class in sociology.A TEA 1-2 Lb. Pkg. 21cZPtojarS

4 _,,?,. : 'CITY BARBER SHOP Mrs.wWtakea2Mra.gW.E. F-; Johns, Stern, Weld fair-sized In the group introductory heard Professor session -- 'SUNNYFIELDCORNFLAKES I '29c

'0. K. BARBER SHOP r Mrs. W,>J.," ,-G.i A. (Continued from Page One) will :
V i Anderson and 14rB".W''ijA J ; anSic- Florida In its,fight against screw last Monday., .The course I Pkg 6c
: .. (> worm Infestation among livestock. be continued for twelve weeks. _

It. .el."' ,. '.... 't". I' The entomologists are Dr. W. E. Professor Weld ia wellknownover FRESHLY ROASTED. FRESHLY GROUND!
i i 1' Dove 0.( Savannah Ga., and Dr. W. the state as.one of the Uni
0. E. S. NoticeThe
y., I Orlando. will ver lty's' most popular instructorsIn COFFEE
V. King of They con-
i rMOTEL' LEAMINGTON il] Green Cove Springs Chapter duct an educational campaign over sociology and his lectures are

;; t .O. E. S. extends to each 'member the State in an .effort to help livestock expected to attract many locally
'" of the Starke Chapter a cordial invitation owners, to -'eradicate the wbo are interested! .city planning 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAR
V'r.'t'|' ', .Mlaml'sl\l08t PopularHotel" ,< the official visit of the and "Mild and Mellow"
: i to screw,worm, Dr. Knapp said civic improvement 'Rich Full Blended'"Vigorous" WlneyIb
Worthy Grand.Matron: to their I Classes are held In the Bradford
I ";err: Dr. Strong was present at a reCent '
chapter, on :Tuesday, QeptjJ The High School each Monday night at 19c lb 23c lb 27c
.; ). XE{ 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard screw worm infestation con- .
; also
,. Palatka'chapter' I. ,Jnvltlng 7:30.: ::
f, I ference'' _held_._ _at_ ____. __._..n.._ The J
+ members of this chapter to.the
,; it Overlooking Bayfront Park &Biscayne Bay the conference wag called by the governor'a'otfibe CARD OF THANKS
.. official visit of,the ,Worthy Grand GRANDMOTHER'S FRESH Plain or Sliced
: Unlon'Bus' Station ? K Matron; tbgir chapter' on< Sept and.was attended by 'We wish to express our thanksand 14-Oz 18-Oz. 210r.BREAD .
Opposite j -f tcr .
:'l. fi.'r'
L"l..... 1 ; Florida livestock owners and State appreciation to1' our' friends
.
., .." ,,: I 2@a TUl who#plan v 'to\. attend g the'. ban (_{lalators.l who.were /So kind to and thoughtful 6c 8c lOc
l .' <- ';-':-- ot1.. during the Illness and
'
'l. quet at either plate sare **1ced t0please ""'M.e't.bad 'news'' came recently death of our loved one, Mrs. Ethel
.
: otGJ'een .
; Mrs.jW.twood
; Rates Ever .writ Gold-Medal "Kitchen
+ Lowest Quoted Cove Sprlngvor Mrs. .Lil-'' for Bradford farmers County and livestock along owners with i Moltt The Johns beautiful floral offeringswere Tested"--Plain. or. SelfRising6Lb. 12-Lb. 24-Lb.

i'" Sr ,IIV"',.. lian Barco of Paiatka forf..e'rva:;: other counties''ot the state when a also appreciated.
''i if Single, Room with Bath $1.50 tion. .* for Federal aid to assist FLOUR34c 63c $1.19
);.. ----------- ----J--- _...1. """ request Signed.
Room With Bath 2.00 '' the fight 'sgalnat ,the screw worm THE FAMILY.
; Double ----------- --- -- Woman's'Club To ,
was denied state officials.. at a FINEST SHORTENING!: 8COCO 1-lb. Ctn '4-Ib. 8-lb. Cti
l ,ALFRED SIMONS..l\J n er. Sponsor Benefit Party, .1 meeting In Washington last week..

$ -fe'Y _- ._ The Woman's Club of .JStarke GovernorSholta's' request for THEATRE COMPOUND lOc 35c 63c

J I. will give a benefit party':on Friday $30,000 from the .Federal Emer- RITZ

;!i Q' :. .. flight, September... g.nc3Relief/ Administration, to be GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
\ lit Games. suet*'as'bridge, rook and used invflghtlrig'the' screw worm STARKB, FLORIDA "
,. bunco will be planned! for.all.'and menace''In Ul.e''' State, was rejectedlast SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
and Better The Atlanta '
,
Bigger
'. prises,have been, donlted'for ,this week la(}Washington according PROGRAMBEGINNING

r., .. Sunday, American Now Gives A.1 > party'by the merchants of Starke. ;,tit adVIC.I. received.abyexecutives. ,
Ticket. msflpbe-pwrchased from of the FRRAC 'FRIDAY
? .. 't the committee and are twenty-five a'JAMES' II. ION A.FLOUR-PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
FRIDAY SEPT. 11ST 8U 1:1: Lb., 24 Lb 481.6FLOUR
Is In storefor FREDERICK
time
TWO FILL centa..ea ; all wtuvemend. and everyone. Is ", In Meiaorlam "No More Women"
53c 97c $1.85WESTERN
t .. '';W. ,It Invited.. '!II'' t'k. j f,, 1% /, He I.-not dead.;the child,of our Edmund Lowe-Victor 29c
affections.but: gone to that school ...
: PAGES OF' GREAT STACK !SHOW! AT, .-" where he no longer needs our poor McLaden--Rally* GambeH BlaaeMinn DRY-SALT (Boneless)
THE PALACE\ THEATREThe : : protection sad Christ. himself doth -
Palace'' Theatre, -Jacksonvllle rule. .* MEAT' Lb.. 17c
) offers'-'for )FYUlay. 'Saturday In that Heavenly City by guardian SATURDAY 8BP1V22ND"Strawberry
,
'R'Ai' 4 and Sunday onaof. the ....on.)"! .angels led, fate from, tempt- ,Roan"

DINEW outstanding vaudeville,snows 'and lion.:safe from-sin's polluUon..beU.e. '
MEAL:
Ken MavnarJSUNWON. GRITS 5 Ibs. 13c
or
:
Lit i screen attrsctiOna.Hector ; whom w*call deadCDay .. ,
10'", -- and His Pals are withouta after day we think what be I
i rl V41 doubt the most unusual act Over .ia doing In theM bright realms'of ., SEPT. .UtiGIFT' I ALP Bottle
week to be presented IB a revue of this after"year, tender PURE CONCORD GRAPE Pint Settle Quart.
; Full' Network Programs for, entire : for .airyear :; hla. 6& GAB
< : kind. Hector,is a dog actor and I if steps pursuing.-behold, him'grown ,
the entire South every Sunday! w, assisted by twelve other mutta because more fair., 1 JUICE 13c 23c

YO'' ."%?! +* after ,all the dogs are not Thus do.w_{:4w\ Jk with him;and Ie STARS Including Ruth

1 i Interesting.stories and pictures'' of your favorit- ._jradio of a pedigreed nature. These dogsdo keep unbroken the bond whicb nature Fdntnnd Gloria Stuart Lowe: Phil Etttng Baker EXCELLENT!: FOR TABLE OR-KITCHEN USE
amazing stunts and the biggest gives thinking that our re-
; .' stars.' ffiSI?1"i. part of>thsf ,work is of a comedy membrance, though unspoken, may Paul. Lnoas Morris Ethel Jim\Knight VatereO..tpr NUTLEY OLEO Lb. lOc

nature. This la one act that wit!\], reach him where, he lives. /:. Alice White Gene Austin \

Get It in Every'Weeke 3 f, 't appeal to every lover of .real ,en To our darling little boy. whp.ecoming Andy De"'Three' Stooges. SCRATCH 8 ... Lb. Bag '
Gin Arnhelm'e
tertainment. so enriched our lives, and Orchestra
The Palace offers on the' screenat whose sudden going left a gardenof IT 9 Mt'SICOLOSSAL.TUKS.WED FEED 25c $2.39

'1 AMERICAN this time a rioUous .QDmedy. memories ,,whose fragrance Will

ATLANTA SUNDAY "Here Comes The Oroom."?featuring never die.'"SfJ'L 23th. ,1926-Sept. SEPT. 25-26
TOILET
TISSUE
Jack Haley Mary Belaud. Neil 1931.
\ Hamilton. Patricia Ellis and Isabel 22nd. Parents"and'.Grandparents. "She Love,Me Not"Blng \

Ask for /A 60 Name, Jewell.- ,Also on this program will.. ) .. Cr"whvMIrlam''Hopkis' .\\'liLDORF4 Rote 17c

IL "j fa.V be;,ay: cartoon: '"Flddlin' Fun.; a t. The needle flab, a deep-see denizen .;.. Kitty, CmrHsIa *

*,* "' sports review. Miles Per Hour, and I',! has its Jaws cioBgateii'. :.into I THE GREAT: ,ATLANTIC &: .PACIFIC.TEA COMPANYI
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the t.D.Wf! >events: j.needlHke points, .

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y; SKPTEMBEU tl> 19S4 BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAM: PtOE: f"tm !
: ?. STAKKE. FLORIDA
= .,:'--_- __ ____..._ __--_ ._-_. ._. _. ._._ __.n___-.. _- .- -- ___ __ .. .. ... .., __ .1
\\Busines8; Club REGISTER. AWAY FOR TWO In Long Island, N. Y., ''Where they
r- Relief Towns Show NAT SEZ I* : Men's i ii WEEKSMr. are visiting friends and relatives
: J I Holds Regular MeetingThe O. C. Register who la direc While away Mr. Register's. position
i the FERA in is being filled by Mr. E. C.
Bits of You can't pie kup tor of operation for;
a these
Prices Are Business Men's Club held its
HigherFlorida days but what Bradford County accompanied by Long who was formerly general
you'll see a headline -
I'regular meeting at the Magnolia his family are spending,two weeks supervlBOrof: t"ERAatttvittes.,
telling: about' a strike I guesaithose ,ICafa" :Monday Following the lua- ...----

local Ne CHile-Receiving Slope know what folks they I cheon held a short at which business time meetingwas several 'ketlng". center for Bradford County, PKOF. DOWLING BETTER

Relief Morley Get HigherFood are striking for 1q. matters of Importance were taken which' was brought before the club -
Prices Survey Shows and I hope 'It by.,Aubrey Frink, who has been Starke friends of Prof. S. S.' '
Into consideration.
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND will all be set The matter of laying plans for working on this project for sometime Dowling of Jasper, who has teem
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN According to newspaper reports tled gaUsfactor- __ the beautification of Starke ..as In conjunction with the State a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospi
I retail food prices In the Jacksonville ily pretty soon. __ discussed and ..the following men Marketing Bureau. A committee tal Baltimore, Md., for several
area during August were 8.4 I understand __ were appointed to serve the composed of H. C. Wall, A. J. weeks, receiving treatment for a
percent higher than they were last that Bradford ___ beautification committee: onk C.: ;H. Thomas and F. F.Stump was appointed throat aliment from which he has \;
L- February, and about one per cent High to goingto __ Nasworthy, J. M. ,,Mitchell',and T.': to confer with Mr. Frink been Buffering; for several months, '
Miss Louise Snyder spent Satur Mr. and Mrs.. B. J. Flynn and J. higher than in July, Just past. have a football __ Landrum.., and try to get this matter in shape will be glad to know that be baa 'iI" t
day in Jacksonville .., B. Flynn of Jacksonville spent Local grocerymen this week variously team this Another matter'considered' was to present to Washington authorities recovered sufficiently to be It
Sunday In Starke with M*. and estimated the Increase hereto I year. The reports a centralised warehouse and mar- for aid. ed to.his home. r.mO"I;I g gI
Sunday with Mrs. George B. Flynn. be from ten to twenty per cent at first -. ."
John Powell spent b1&"herban the same period last were that there would be no team ----- 'I...
friends in Jack.onvUlsC :Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, OwenW. year. This Indicates that the llv- this season but the 'boys have '
.
:
Griffin of St. Augustine, spent Ing xpeauw In the Jacksonville been working hard and play the SUGAR : t
Kirk Lewis of Apopka spentsunday the week-end In Starke with Dr. area Is slightly higher than the first gmoe'thls' week. Let' get
with friends in Starke.' and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. average for the state, and the behind the team and boost! for TOP

e monthly rise since last February all we're worth. 5 Lbs. 25c
Johns of New River, was Mr. and Mrs. A., F. Phillips and points to; another Increase duringthe Football and Fall clothes go TIP ???
M. u to business here Monday Mrs.Emily S. Phillips of Tallahassee month. Butter prices quotedIn band in hand; let's make a start. '' ,
attending were. guests last week of Starke is thirty-three cents per WHO EGRAIN'
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bitch. pound, while In Jacksonville It Is ,OUT1NU *
30.40 cents, at Mlaml31.81 and at FLANNEL
Urs. James Lewis and Miss Mel- Miss Lucy Doyle" of Green Cove Palm Beach 32.81 cents. Fresh RICE I
ba Sllcox sprat Friday in Gaines Springs, and Miss Vivian Mullins milk in the SUrke area Is twelve 12c'a YardMENtS STARKE. FLORIDA
ville. of Greatneck, N. -Y.. were guests cents a quart, seventeen cents at
Monday of Miss! Georgia Doyle Key West, 13 cents at Miami, 15.43 and 22 5 Lbs. '21c
21 -
Howard Mann of Lake Butltr in Palm Beach, 14.33 In Jackson- SUITSMade Friday,and Saturday, Sept.

'' was a visitor here Friday after- Mr.. and Mrs. James Lamb have ville and 12.43 In Pensacola. Eggs to Order I'\.CKEI-NU. CANS' r
had :as 'their retail In Starke at 33 cents BOTTLECATSUP HAND
'guest for the past per dozen 14-02.
;, noon. week their son, Kenneth B. Lambeof 37.02 cents In Miami par dozen, $22.50 TOMATOES 3 For 25c
25c17c
Monclin; New Brunswick, Can 31.79 cents at Jacksonvl.lo and 2 f for,
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peele of Law- ada. 22.13 cents a dozen In Gainesville/1
NORTHERN TM
tey were,visitors here Tuesday aft- Most meats, including 'sirloin FALL NORTHFIELD TALL. CANS!! NAVY OK

u ernoon. Reduced priceson furniture at steak, round.steak,rib roast chuck DRESS GOODS SCans BEANS Lb. 6cCAN"
Denmark's See tin before buying roast and barn are quoted at 28 MILK '

Mr and Mrs W. M. Wimberlywere cents a pound In Starke, while in '25c 16-OZ. EARLY JUNE 16-OZ ti''
visitors to High Springs, .itr.! and :Mrs.-James Lewis have Miami the price of sirloin steak Is DELICIOUS-
Monday recently moved to an apartment at 32.28 cents per pound and 19 centsin Pork & Beans Can 5c PEAS Large' lOc
the Starke Hotel, where Mrs. Gainesville. 'MEN'S NEW' ,
Lewis has accepted a position as Irish bring 1.71 cents +
potatoes
Miss Gladys Williams and Miss I FALL HATS TENDER SWEET BENT TABLE KOHEDALB ;

Jacksonville.Helen Prather spent .Monday: in clerk., I cents per pound in Key In'West Starke, 3.18 and in are Miami 3.50 2953.95 CORN 1 lUc PEACHES No. 21/9canl7c

: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth ..'d and quoted at '2.36 per .pound In KIOe'2Can

J. W. Townsend of Lake Butlerwas daughter, Miss Kate, returned ,' Jacksonville.. HKRSIIEY'S &\ LARGE IIALVKS--HARTLETT f* Jjf ,

day attending afternoon.to business here Fri- yule Tuesday' where afternoon they visited from Jackson-Me. and pound'Tomatoes In the are local 7 1.2 trade cents area,par 10 I MANHATTAN SHIRTS Chocolate l/ Ib. pkg. 15c PEARS No. 2Jh can 17c }

.
Mrs.William Struth and.other .rel cents a pound In Key West, 9.38 I ,
Duncan atives. cents in Miami and have droppedto The Bent OR PHIIXIPS' .
Kasper Lake Butlerwas MOTHER'S! ..,

Starke attending Saturday. to 'business in Springs,Mrs. has M. been Peterson spending, of several High tonand.Sarasota'The 1.27: cents.percentages per pound. based Braden-upon ''$1.95ST.ER'NBERC'S COCOA 2 Lb. Can 20c SPAGHETTI"Cr-! Tk15OZ

days here with her son-in-law and February figures for the JacksonVille DAISY ,
r
Ones :Mlrtam'Jacoba is enjoying IN A REAL TEA GLASS -Ii",
daughter Mr. and .Mrs. J.: C. sector, and for the state as a
a of.Miss.visit In Sylvia Jacksonville Sablow., 'the :guest Downing. whole are as follows: St rle. Florida BUTTER lb. 29c' JELLY or JAMS'19c !

Jacksonville-Fberuary,. 100 percent ..,.
George B. 'Flynn, of 'Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. D. Z. Encctt ,of ; :March, 101 per cent; April, "She Loves Me Not," FANCY SLICED or CRUSHED No. X Can FRESH GROUNDPINEAPPLE !

Falls S..C:, spent, the week-end!In Jacksonville spent. Sunday afternoon 101.99 per cent;' May, 102.11 per AtRUz Next Week J
in Starke with Mr. andMrs. ,15c 25e1.0Z.'SPAOHETTI'
Lbs
2
Starke with his Xamlly. cent; June, 104.81 per cent; July, COFFEE -
-
A. F. Sauls at'their residence on 107 per cent; August, 108.04 per ,
Coming to the Ritz Theatre Sun.
Cherry Street.
Dr. and Mrs., H. B...'M Lendon cent. HOME GROUNDMACARONI'
day and Monday is a musical comedy

and itors Mrs.to.Jacksomtine E. S. Matthews:Frlday.were vis- son:Mrs, of Tommie Dade City Watson, wire In and Starke.lIttle March 101.54 Jacksonville,par'101.05per cent--;February May101.26'per cent;; 100 April' per, cast'picture of thirty,.?;Gift big Of stars Gab,,:'Edmund,. with a :Pkg. 5c MEAL 10 Lbs. :25cHITTEK'S

Lowe and Gloria Stuart a
heading
last week visiting Mrs. Watson'suncle
W. G. Murrhee, of Plant'City, cent; June, 103.24 per cent; July,
and aunt, Mr. and MnIP.M. : this large cast. This Is another
spent Wednesday In Starke visit :Barefoot. 107.69 per cent; August 108.04 per hilarious travesty of-radio broad. LOOK! SPECIAL
.Ing his brother,'A.F. Murrhee. per cent casting and is reported to be a irl

Mr. and :Mrs..John J. Canovnand Florida's "average family" annu- "knockout. ;Another Interesting FLORIDA BEEF and' PORK1
Sam Mitchell: ,ol.Lakeland'.is the returned to their al'grocery bill'ranges from $238.31to feature of'tlus picture Is the appearance ,
little have
son
.
,aunt guest;Dr.this and-weekof Mrs., :J.his.-M.,uncle.and Mitchell, weeks home in visit Gainesville here with after Mr. Canova's A three cost$%of 83:20&--living a-'difference In the 11 FERA of high sec- ., ,of.'ICus' .' Arnheim's Orchestra ', T Bone'Ste'eikk'Lb.' : .. .'_ '25P f:; Chops,'Lb; ..__ll _,N:,"".\."'20c

tors.. Paramount' grand new starring I Sirloin Steak Lb. .22c Fresh Pork Sausage Lb. .. .22c
mother, Mrs E. E. Canova. Miami 'where grOcery I _ ,
.Miss ,June Smith of Jacksonville At the dally combination, Bing Crosby and '
spent several days here last week Mrs. B. C. Holzendorf and son list adds'up to the annual sum riam Hopkins, In the film 141'I'I ,Round Steak 2 Lt. ..., ,35c Pork Shoulder, Lb: ?. ?..__,. 15c
with her father Junius M. Smith. of $283.24 for the average family's of the season's greatest stage hit, I Beef Roast Lb. 15c Pork Stew 2 LbsN.'r :11 2Sc
returned home Sunday
B. C. Jr., table consumption, H. C. L. la "She Loves Me.Not. will be shownon I j-';';:'.__.- ,, -'rji

Comer.Long of Clermont was In.Slaike after and relatives spending! a In week Live with Oak.friends Su- $10.28( a:year higher than for the the local,.creen Tuesday and Chuck Roast, Lb. _.-_ _- .14c Summer Sausage, Each+.'. 15c
during the week-end visIting state average, which the'survey Wednesday., :Besides giving Cros-
wannee Springs and Jasper. Rib Brisket Stew Lb. lOc Picnic Hams Lb. .. 20c
or
,
: h1s.mother. Mrs.F..H. Long. reveals,:is $256.84.: by ample opportunity to sing sev- ?*,w -

.Mr.-and :Mrs. James Lambe, The Jacksonville sector averages eral brand new tunes, the film is Hamburger, 2 Lbs. ._ a.25c- Long Horn Cheese, Lb. 21c j

JUrs. Jade Bell cT .Gainesville Misses Patricia, Audrey and Dol- $252.93 annually.An also full of comedy and suspense. Beef Liver Lb.' 15c Veal Steak Lb. ., ". 28c
spent Friday in Starke with ,her Lambe and Kenneth Lambe, average family at Gainesville In addition to Miss Hopkins and _,_ .- -
parents, Jlr. and :Mra.'W. :M. Ed ly spent Sunday at Falatka where in District Three, can purchase Bing Crosby the picture also features All Meat Stew, Lb. 15c Fresh Link Sausage, Lb.a.23c4,,
wards. the same edibles for $238.31, Kitty Carlisle!! who appearedin
ttaey-\tl.ited the Revine Gardens. the survey showed a variation of "Murdet+'"AtR The Vanities," Smoked Sausage, Lb. __ 18c Fat Hens, Per Pound ._.. 17c

Mrs. O. A. Price and two daughters Miss-Mona Alderman returned I of$44.93 Gainesville per year and in the Miami grocery District bills which recently.appeared on the local screen Large Franks, Lb. "'" 17c Breakfast Bacon'Lb. _.. 17c Jar
of Jacksonville, were guests '
last week of.Mr. and:IMrs.Glen G. to Saturday'points from in.North a weeks Georgia.motor trip She Ten embrace:Mtflaml. .-Y We Also Have The Fanciest Western Beef Obtained -'a

Searing. \J' by her slater, Drownlngs occur among boys bet m
was accompanied Judge and :Mrs. A: Z. Adklns, tween the of fifteen and nineteen MAXWELL IIOV8E FRUITS AND
E. Marsbburn of Marianna.Mr. ages
Mrs. R.
Miss Katherine Dowling pf Lake Miss HazeJ Adklns and A.. Z. Ad- more often than in any other VEGETABLES
Butler was is Starke during the r. klns, Jr. were In Jacksonville Sun- ..... COFFEE Ib 30c Fresh Produced
weekend vialtlpg :.Miss ErnestineAndrews. and Mrs. O. C. Register have day afternoon where 'they attended ,' U. 8. NO. 1 COBBLERPOTATQESi
recently moved here from Gainesville the marriage; of Judge Adkin's l.
and are occupying the Clark niece,'Miss Helen Elizabeth Varnes Relief for BEST WlDTIC' '
Mr and :Mrs. N- T. GreeD and house on Cherry Street. Mr. RegIster to Harley Ralph Moss,'which took Quick 10 Lb. 17c
c :ls director of.FERA activities place at the ,Central Christian '
children, spent.Sunday at Highlandwith BACON Ib. 16 C POTATOES'MATCHES '
Mrs Green's mother,Mrs.: H. Sere. Church.i : '
Chills and Fever
C.
Wixnbeily. Special prices on range stoves Reduced .prices on Jiving room 10 Lbs. 25c'
,can be had at Denmark's ,..Furni and bed room suites :for thirty 2 Jkgs 15c '
Passa Mr and Grille Mrs., were Max in Starke Granger Jast of I ture Store.R. days. See Denmark for price. I .and Other:Effeets.ofMalarial I ( YELLOW

week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold : I Paul Knight, and Jack Murray, LARGE PKO. WITH GLASS WARE ONIONS. F
C. Wall. A. Thomas and daughter, who have spent the .past two 3 Lbs. lOc
Mrs. :L..E.: Perry, Miss Pearl Man weeks in .New'York City, arrivedIn Malaria:Don't.,put the up lreih-eh with.tterin the suffering" chills and of OATS Pkg. 25c k
Kenneth Thomas spent
Mrs. S, K- Newsom and two ning and Starke: Sunday for;asnort visit the burning fever. Get rid of' Malaria by LEMONS
daughters, of Jacksonville, were Sunday in Palatka with, Mr. R. A. with the former's.parents. Col. and letting the infection out of your ..youm.Tbat's Doz. 15c ;
week-end guests of Mr.: and Mrs. Thomas's. son, Herbert' :Thomas: and Mrs. D. E. Knight, before leavingthe what .'Tssteless Chill Tonic DEMAND SO 'CHEAT SUGAR & CRKAMER ... r
Ray Newsom. .family. % first of the week for Galnesvlll does destroys and drives out the infection. I c" VA '.I' : LETTUCEEach.
*'where they resumed their At the same lime,it builds up your _, OFFER EXTENDED to OCT. Ut. GET YOURS

Airs. Jay S. Brown, of Plant Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent studies at the "University.of Flor system against further attack.Grove' by (..(.Huff. vies! (.list. stowing" ,..we...* two f.tk.g" .. lOc !
City, was a guest last week of Wednesday in 'Jacksonville with ida. Utteicsa quinine. Tasteless which Chill kills!Tonic the Infection contain WkMriM. ..4 Z5e .. Petty Crackor, Miami veia.

Mrs. Maria Hull at her residenceon Mr. and Mrs; Archie PuWy and at- la the blood. It'too contains Iron which / BANANASCABBAGE
..celebration Few lee cream freezers and refrigerates .
tended the Jewish Holiday W'HEAT1ES.25c
Walnut Street. builds up the blood and helps It OKBCBOHKI 4Lb..6 .17c
: at the Jacksonville Jewish Deft lea our price. ,the d acts of Malaria as wed a* fortify ,
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones,of Center. Denmark. Furniture Company. aiainat. M-tofactlo*.These are the Octs S
Gainesville were here Monday: visiting you waa*for COMPLETE nBef.Gcom'sTastdass 44-Oz.
and CARD OF THANKS Chfll Tonic Is pleasant. ut I' SAUOSBlVKESiTBf Lb. .. 3c
Mrs. Air. and Min C. A. Addison SoftUk -
Jones'parents. )Ir. and .
Let m* again thank you for the sad absolutely safe, eves for cfcHdim+ I ;
Mrs._A..:M. .Darby. BOn, who have bern resid1.nc.t the large vote you gave me In the recent No bitter taste of quinine. Get a fcattls >WT f Ut ...ETIHt OkMMIUM.. LIMES
Cherry .Strewt for his... OrrltTI .......
Turner home on election. I feel doubly today and be forearmed against Malsrla. JUST .NO
Mr. and Mrs H. H. Young. Theodore the past few months, have returned city ',For tab at sD atoras. Now twcr ___ =- Par. lttowNo a t twit Doz. .. 5c |
I had -
-
of it since -
proud : mo opposition C tOTTMMJt t ,. .
where Mr. .Addison SOc sad 91. The fl..* contains ter' 33c' 1
Young,, Mrs. 0. H Lowry to Lake Butler.; "TTY C MCKCM. MINMIAMtD.. :"
time as mock as the SOc ales sad gv. MINM TOMATOES .
and Mrs.... .
c.-.A.:; Futcn spent Friday is la business.Mrs.
L. Alvarez. Chief of Police
A. % tat .
jrasj 33 mot your mosey.The
In Jacksonville __ SOFTASILK 2 Lb. ; "'15e: '.w
.. F..O.. Perry, Mrs., H. C. '
Mrs. R, J. ''Andrews. returned Ledtje and Ernest McGhin of West I Salad) ,Dressing' ,
last. week from Philadelphia Pa.;:; Columbia Tress, and Miss Helen CHEESE' ,
BISQUICKS Pt. 15c
where .she has spent the ,past Henderson of VaJdosta. Ga., are ; 'Qt.25cARBUCKJLR

month with relatives. visiting at the home of Mr.. and Yoall Need An Extra Large; Butrhi | t
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Mrs. B. .C. Holzendorf.Mr. turn Add, / Cnp'amfed Cheese FAMILY BKIDC'H! ei*
To H>clM for BI8quIric. SIZE 8IZK COFFEE
GENT A WORD and Mrs. W. B. Munday Jr., Beet Show'in Month

and Sunday:Mr. and for Mrs.Washington O. C. Registerleft D. C- I'Jee'--Wrirtlr r Going" -Mile- .. to IIBISQUICK 33c 22c Pound VACUUM-PACKED?. _' 29c

COLUMN"liALLtM and New York where Enroute they home will I; 00tbe, Asa 'Century: Oonsen' e

11.00 for ISO; $\ 3O for 100. Monogrammed they will S. C.visit' with several relatives days of Mr. l t U hogs AttoroOth 15 DAISY SELF-RISING 6 LBS. 12 [;B's. 24 LBS.

statt > ry.. 100 sheets rene .it A Yes'sits A r'Big Acts I ,r 1J
Mundy. a
and; 100 envelope f2.73.: 'Bradford mA, 4bb' l :
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.County,Telegrs.rx Phone 29. U. Mr. and :Mrs. Willie S. Gibson! ,nedY >L his 61,11.1 $t.Ppper.G1rb1 i'i'U .

OFFICE SU*,.) :.IESt Typewrlt- are announcing the .,rlIval'of a 1 Q !t,aT, SCy' J POREWeMITH: I d FLOUR 27c SOc'95' = '
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er.ribbons,addl .l:1&Cblae: ribbons, son on Thursday. Sept. 14-at their ;F C1.CAtEfTJLLI.TS \
,carbon: paper. *t :yewriter; paper. :Iicsse: ,at 8t. 'Petersburg. MM.Cibaoa I ,;kee ''" t. GO: -
flog, machlzlc; papery second: will be pleasantly remem _
sleets on sale a. ,the Bradford bered here M Miss Elizabeth Kendrick -
CO\ID7'' Telegraph' 'Office; phone daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. |

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1'\r\ 1 SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ,STARKE, FLORIDA"
: ____ FRIDAY sEPTEFIBE
c R 21. 1931

i'', I I' Hints To Housewives! 'FARM FACTS AND I ill JM T 17 are reason conducted to believe there gambling 8smrd=--

FACTORS was held .
unconstitutional

I Weekly from Home: Demonstra-1| LIVE STATE NEWS court recently. by The the section.uprellle

FARMERS SECTION tlon SpeclaltsteTallahawee Home gardens on Florida farms stricken from effect was known thua

during the coming winter are Section 7684 of the Compiled 8a

stressed by the State Ajfr'cultural New of Florida In Short Laws of General .
ParagraphsTO Florida
FOOD BUYING POINTERSPlan aDd said
Conducted by Demonstration,Agents Extension Service as affording a any sheriff city ; ell
well before buying: Study marshal or
most efficient"meaDS for saving of police has chief
needs and make menus and market good reason to believe
money and preserving health. Vegetables that -
list at the same time. List articles gambling Is being c&rrt
that must be bought are ed In
together that are near,together in on any house or other
place
zit likely to be higher than for some he may enter the ,
Zinc Discovered As .e store. time past owing to shortages In GRANT LOANS SPONGE SALES necesary and same, forcibly if
RURAL Time and money are often saved supply throughout the drouth JACKSONVILLE A. Hathaway TARPON SPRINGS-The 'September son violating the may arrest any per

Cure For Important by one monthly or weekly order areas of the summer it Is pointed Federal Housing: Administrator sponge sales opened last ,laws against provisions" of the

COMMON SENSEBy provided there is a saving; In price out. Emphasis*also is placedon recently announced a list of week on the local sponge exchangewith I gambling..

Florida Crop Ills and you have a convenient storage the ,superiority In food values sixty-five Florida banks bad been a total of $2252 worth of American oak is _

a SPUDS JOHNSON space and the food will keepa of products raised at home and approved to grant loan under provisions sponges bought. :This brings the buildings in Belgium being'. used In

GAINESVILLE-Discovery that reasonable time. eaten while they are freshest. of the Federal Modernizetlon total sales for 1934 to approximately -

FLORIDA FARMERS ARE the element zinc Is Important In Ask price before buying.; --... I Act.. 9498,000. The sale Friday HHKHIKF'H ...LIIJ -

MAKING TUB! BEST USE correcting the conditions in Flor- Know definitely what you want When state In Brazil undertook morning will carry theVyear's to- and Notice by virtue ofy tnatcertain..

OF THINGS AVAILABLE ida soils known as bronzing of and give a clear description. Ask to develop a school of agriculture GIZZARD YIELDS NUGGET tal past the half-million dollar ot execution bearingdate the writ!

tung oil, frenchlng or mottle-leaf for a definite weight measure or on efficient lines, the plan KEY WEST-A chicken that mark probably. The sales on the day of May A. D. 1984 and I is'Aout ,
o* and under
tl From the immemorial men and of citrus rosette of pecans and size of can or package. Don't take and the directing head were secured worth its weight in gold was found exchange for 1933 totaled only of the Clerk of the the Circuit hand COurt and zest

women of the soil have relied on white bud of corn has been an- a substitute just because the clerk from the agricultural divisionsin several days ago at the Central I 420000. The sale was made up An and fop Bradford -County. Florid'In

lie themselves and their, handiwork. nounced by the Florida Experiment says It is just as good know qual- the University of Florida. Scientists Meat Market\, on Fleming Street.: A most of yellow grass and ,wire In the publloiecoru.. of Said Brad

W aided by the beneflclence of a Nature i Station In an official statement Ity.Keep and research: workers from gold nugget about twice the size eponges with two bunches of wool ford Count Liquidator Florida, wherein M A,

which Is sometimes generous from Director Wilmon( Informed as to specials but other lands frequently; visiting this of the head of a match was discovered sponge disposed of. The August ford County tank, a corporal 1 Brad

ti and oftentimes harsh and severe Newell. be sure they are real bargains to country for the prosecution of important lodged in the gizzard of a sales four In number netted owners plaintiff and C. A. Futch Is defend. leant

While conditions have changed and The conditions have cost Florida you. Keep in touch with advertisements investigations, almost Invariably Rhode Island Red by Walter Cur- and sponge boat crews (22,381/ the will undersigned has levied up.

li It Is now quite desirable for farmers farmers and growers millions of but do.not let them influence spend as'',much time as ry while cleaning the chicken. I This was the first month of this front of the Southtdoorlof the outcry. COurt,In

of community state and nation dollars and several years ago you. possible at the State Experiment year that the month's total was Florida Houee In to Starke the highest. Bradford. and County'

to work together tho fact remains bronzing threatened to stop the development Keep posted.as to seasonal and Station and its branches.. Accom- ORGANIZE: BOY PATROL lower than the corresponding ''der for cash during the legal beet hour bid.

r never-the-less that Individ- of tong oil in the state. regular prices of staples to gaugesavings plishments they witnessed at this GAINESVILLE Appointmentof month of 1933. Octobe of sale on Monday D. 1 34.the the hi, day or

ual effort and self-reliance are still Back In 1928 soon after brons- on special sales. Florida institution have been commented two members of Haisley Lynch lands. lying and beingIn. fnllowlr Bradford\ (

vitally _ft..Arv.___>____..' nz- was noticed, the workers showed on with; .enthusiasm by Post No. 10, American Legion, to MAY BAN HUNTING County. Florida, to-wlt
that It was some soil trouble Bulk buying Is often cheaper of them.Findings organize and direct a school-boy ST. AUGUSTINE County offj- certain An undivided.. 1-3 Interest In_that. _.
"The spirit of self-help Is the than foods many niece of- lAnd hUD-in-- ,....i.... .,
root of all genuine gt6wth in the and not due to insects or diseases. package providing the traffic patrol fcr service on the clals are considering an appeal to SB Corner. of the 8W\ of NW- .nd
Slowly since then they have spliced product Is as good and conditions I In to the streets before the two schools in the State Conservation run Went 437 ft. to Right of Way
individual; and exhibited in the of store and home are sanitary. respect pectin I Depart- of State Road 13 thence In Northeasterly _
lives of many It constitutes the together various facts on which .content of grapefruit, oranges and Gainesville during the school term ment to close St. Johns County to dlr.eUon'klon. said Right nf
Keep a record of number of servings Way 18t ft. to where
g; true source of national vigor and they planned the detailed experiments in size cans andpackal'e. some other citrus fruits resulting about to open will be made shortly hunting, for a two-year period. Way crosses the East said line Right of SE'i: of

strength," said S. Smiles some of the last two years.. ..various from( studies conducted at the it was stated by Garland Powell This matter was brought up at a of 8E% of NKK\ thence S. 884 fl,

years ago. "Help from without is I The response of the trees to the Read your label don't glance at Florida Agricultural Experiment post commander last,,week. meeting of the county commissioners Twp.to pt.6 of South beginning Range 12 In Bast Section 33,

often enfeebling in its effects; zinc treatment was amazing, so It. It gives facts and is a guide in Station have an Important bear- recently and taken under advisement Also; S acres. of land more or ,lei* ,
t' much that the the GIVEN RECOGNITION Dr. H. E. local lying and beingIn HEW of 8EV of
+ help from within invariably Invigorates so workers have buying. It tells: name of product ing on by-products possibilitiesof White Sec. J9 Twp. 8 South Range s! E.
," he. added. pent added time checking and rechecking trade mark the Industry. Quality of the GAINESVILLE-Signal recog- sportsman represented to the commissioners and bounded an. follow.. ; bounded on
results. In the tests now name name and ad- pectin yielded was found to be ex- nition has Just been accorded the that unless the countyIs N. by lands of William Scott on the
During recent years Florida dress of manufacturer, weight of South by land of John Darby,
If farm families have been practicing at the station farm and in cooperation of cellent and the quantity proved college of Engineering of the Uni- closed to hunters, for a lengthy East by lands of Colvln, on Wont on
content purity and often
content
with farmers over the state more constant through much of versity of Florida in a communiIcation period all game Will be killed out. by t land of Sparkman, above land"
t self-reliance even more than for- Indicates the grade. 'I. 98 yd" N. and 8. and 120 ft- F.and .
merly. They realize that those I the difference between zinc and no the growth period than is the case from the State Departmentof The open eason on deer that prevailed W.Also.
'zinc Buy by quality or grade rather Education of New York which this ; Lot 4 of Blk 14 In .
plots If often the difference with numerous Northern fruits. summer practically exterminated Tomplx'i
families who do all for
they can than brand unless you know the Addition to Town of Starke
an
between announced that all courses lead- the deer per
a sickly yellow splotched none being or plat of said Addition
i themselves will get the best proportionate brand. Trade names are ..0meUmesmlsl.adlnl' map ; Lot T
Ill returns from citrus foliage and that dark green PROVISION MADE FOR Ing to the degrees of Bachelor of found In the woods now it was of Blk 23. and lot 8 of Blk 27 as per.
; any movement .
for improving conditions generally color a burned looking and a prize If possible be familiar with State SELLING OF SURPLUS Science in Electrical Engineering stated. No young quail are seen map Town or of plat Starke of Temple's, Pla; an Addition undivided I to

a truth that sometimes .Is winning tung oil tree, a loss Instead and Federal food laws. COTTON CERTIFICATES have been recognized and regis either ,lt was reported heavy rains % Interest In Lots 13 and 14 of Blk
of tered. the first part of the summer hav- 811 as per map or plat of Peek's. Ad-
lost to tight, a profit._ In general, the larger the fruit. dition to Town of Ktarke, via.; end!
.. About the same time the zinc GAINESVILLE=Florida cotton big drowned out the June hatch. an undivided % Interest In Nest:
-i "Make the best possible use of the better color texture, appear- farmers whose Is VOTE FOR EXCHANGE half of Lot 4 of Blk 25 In orlic-
what you have at hand," was the work was started in Florida it was ance and thicker the syrup the production over OCALA-The Florida Aberdeen- CALLED 'UNCONSTITUTIONAL anal Town of Stark, Fla All\ In
being thought of in California on their allotment will be able to pur- Section 28. Twp. 6 South Range 82
motto of a venerable and respected better the grade and higher the chase additional Angus Breeders' Association: TALLAHASSEE state lawaeekl11l' East.
ct citrus and in Louisiana tax: .exemption
nix on pecans. price. I Said lands are to b. sold to satin.y .
farmer of this community yearsago. adopted a resolution endorsing a to allow officers to enter
certificates and these whose said and cunts.W. .
Those states have pro- Judgment
good
reported
{ He did that very thing, and Grades of canned trults are fan- duction is under their allotmentwill proposed exchange: of the better and search without warrant "any J. EPPERSON
in Florida the
'In so doing made a success of his results has been but so convincing on response certain cy choice standard and below or be able to sell surplus certificates breeds of. Western drought relief house or other place" if they have Sheriff 815t8 of Bradford County Florida.
It substandard.In .
farming efforts Many Florida cattle for the poorer grades in the
national
through a pool under -
kinds of soils that in the
farm families right now are following growers general' the smaller the vegetables : provisions of a ruling Issued by South and Southeast. "It is our Information -M1
that same plan and are state are already applying large except asparagus, the bet- the of and that the producers in
Secretary Agriculture
r amounts of zinc the basis of I
on ter the and the r
grade
higher price.
finding It profitable. They are received by the Agricultural Extension the drought area''' are vitally interested -
helping themselves when they utilize very preliminary results they ob- Grades of canl1ed've&etables are Service here. The sale price in seeing this exchange

to good advantage what they tained as the experiments progressed. fancy extra standard standard. has been set at 'four cents per made," the resolution stated

kf have at hand.AI.I.tance and below or sub-standard. pound. VALUE

: i of an able and prac A large number Of rare fertilizer --. CATTLE IN MARTIN COUNTY
tical nature is vallble through the elements have been tried in correcting DAMrrNG-OFF SOON Provision' for local sales within STUART-With an additional

} county grlcultural and home demonstration these troubles, but so far STOPPED BY ORGANIC the county at the same price also shipment of 400 head over the

i agentsand is being zinc Is the only one worthwhile. MERCURY COMPOUNDGw1NESVILLE Is Included in the plan. Salting week-end Martin County's contingent -
used in and Extensive tests with zinc now farmers will receive their pro rata
greater greater measure are Damping-off of flood stricken cattle was
to the benefit of all concerned. being conducted on citrus, tung oil, of young seedlings can be stopped share of all sales made by the I raised to 1,200 the FERA office

In speaking of the Florida pecans, velvet bean., corn peanuts -In a short, time by soaking the pool and their shavre of the unsold I'here reported. The cattle were

farm home and 'agricultural adjustment and a number of other crops. seedbed soil with one of the organic certificates will be returned to placed on the J. A. Bower's ranchin IDEAL FERTILIZERSGive

recently Miss Flavia In some it is being applied to the mercury.compounds, accordIng them for possible use next year. the backwoods near Indlantown,
,
Gleason, state home demonstration loll and in others sprayed to the to Dr. G. F. Weber plant pathologist Farmers wishing to participateIn where they will' be fattened for

t agent said: "As we enlist trees Both have given good results st! the Florida Experiment the pool aa.either sellers or slaughter and distribution to relief Crops a Better ChanceBuy

,I more families actually to take a but In citrus the spraying Station. The disease Is caused by buyers of certificates, should make this winter.

hand In the work of producing has proven better and more practical one of several fungi which attack arrangements through their county .

preserving, gad preparing. family the plant cause it to become weakat assistants in cotton adjustment in BURNED. TO DEATH your fertilizer on the hauls of' proven quality producing

living at home and of Improving Dr. Newell points out that zinc the ground surface and fall the office of the county agent.HAMPTON .. MIAMI-Seared by flame that value not on price or: the size ef the bag, or any similar detaiL

their surroundings we are will prove helpful only where the over.' It will not likely occur In swept the porch of their parents' By their proven ability to produce quality crops, ideal Fertilizer

gaining ground and time too in soil normally contains too little for seedbeds where the soil has been home here 6-year-old Ann Swales have won their popularity throughout Florida. For more than

securing independence for farm the plant needs, and further that properly!\ sterilized' and the seed _... jiAsj 1'11.' .... C.rrs....... and her brother,,Norman, 8, were forty years more Idea Fertllzers have been used In Florida than

!IIi.people.." too much may be toxic. well disinfected.la and dead last week. Their parents Mr. any other kind.

t : .. _. .. ease the disease does show up Misses Myrtice Hall and Mrs. Harry Swales and a
: -- Uncle Ab says the golden rule it can be checked within twenty- and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall were third child Palmer, .6, were ex-
"' I
t. ...i.j: 666 works beat regardless of gold or Four to thirty-six hours by wettingthe the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. pected to recover from body burns eCARL: JOHNSLOCAL

i.iq.M, .Taklets. soon !fe..e Drape silver monetary standards, top halt inch of soil with a one-' YOungblood last Sunday. they suffered as flame burst from'

Ni( Checks Malaria In Three Days, n -. "" fourth of one percent solution of M>, and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, and a stove which was heating a mix SELLING AGENT

Colds First Day The bureau of animal one of the organic mercury disinfectants Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan ture of wax: and< .turpentine. STARKE. FLORIDA

x H...........e*earalgla to 8e Mlsmte. industry he says: The compoundsare were visiting their mother, ,Mrs. : V
of .
the department of Agriculture i-' .J. S. NORMAN
Fine Laxative and Tonic
SOLD
usually bandied by seed deal- Josephine Sullivan., WAKULLA SPRINGS
M m* S.Mdr _."' 1.. K was founded on May. 29, 1884. .
x : I ers and druggists' and full directions :- Many from out -town Including TALLAHASSEEConfirmation | LOCAL SELLING AGENT

are given on the cans. Dr. Mrs. J. W.: Horne/ leader Of the of the reported sale of Wakulla LAWTEY FLORIDA

Weber suggests the use of a gar- Sun Beam Band attended preach Springs to a company of Jacksonville -

Now! Prices Reduced den sprinkler for applying,the solution. ing at Lawtey last Sunday evening financiers associated with the G. W. ROBERTS

The followln 'm mbera I of the Alfred I. duPont Interests in. Flora. LOCAL: SELLING AGENT

A second treatment usually Is band sang during the service- ida Wall made last week. i LAWTEY, FLORIDA

:fi. i'ON not necessary but if damplng-off Misses Barbara and Settle Home, The new organization known as

a continues to destroy plants the Harvlne and Dorothy' Watterson Wakulla Springs. Inc., plan extensive -
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
treatment: should be repeated. Virginia and Juanita Dyal :Marlon Improvements and ,develop

Genuine Clair Johns"and Blanch White. ments of the beautiful propertythat

r Bayer AspirinTtn MEDIUM WEIGHT HOGS Rev..F. M. Tylof. pastor of the will make it one of the out Jacksonville Florida
attractions of the state.GAME .'
BRING BETTER PRICES'FAR Graham Baptist Church filled his standing
'
,Ffit' .ERS ARE ADVISED regular appointment there last FISHINGJACKSONVILLE. "..... .. .. e_ _ ..... 0s
GAINESVILLE: -' Hogs usually Saturday and Sunday.Rev. .
bring a better price if they are Putnam Hall Game fishing -
of
ef 12 Tablets J. Mullady
4h uulp marketed when-they weigh from at in Florida has a universal apopeal
excellent
NOW ,Bottles of .24 160 to 225/ pounds and this season the preached Christian two Church last sermons Sunday.Mr. which would attract millionsof Y DJERKISSTALCUM

Tablet there Is a good spread between Wattersonand sportsmen If properly exploited -
C' and Mrs. M. L.,
All
the for these and for through advertising the
price weights
NOW Mrs. J. W.. Home were shopping
% states in a bulletin
Florida Committee
smaller pigs, W. J. Sheely extension this week.
in Jacksonville
agent In animal husbandry. issued recently. The importance -
will at the
Rev. preach
Lyle of fishing, which as a sport
.
out.Recently
25c points Church next ,Sunday, '
Baptist atfzda1'I
annual
an
prices for smooth hogs and industry represents
and evening. ot
P9d weighing 160 pounds has been morning income of J25.000.000 to the state,
''t Revival services will begin at the emphasized
not been sufficiently
around S0.4S/ per hundred compared has
to ,//S./S/ for hog weighing 120 Methodist Church: September 13, at In .the past the committeesays.

pounds. Farmers 'not,.only galathe 7:45.: p. m. .Everybody Is Invited ., fl eevleAll
Th. Revival pervlces which began Y .
added weight on the hogs but
they get the added price per poundby at the :Beptiat:,Church\ here the TO SETTLE: IN FLORIDA
third September conducted by PENSACOLA-Flans have been
feeding their hogs to reach the, world
market preferred weighs. Rev. Lyle under the supervision completed for five hundreds families the

},Py P Feed supply and seasonal prices Almighty God proved ,to be a from the state of :Michigan to knows Djer-KUs to

Get Real &4YKR AtpMn jVote. lowest Prlee. In HisceryS must be considered but Mr.; Sheely great success. The attendance: was settle on a 2, OO tract In Santa, t -. l''
good through out the meeting and Rosa County. A ',number of the ,
advises farmers with good smooth foremost among
1 So as to pat the safety and quick: Remember too.. that doctor ad- some times people turned away settlers will establish their homes I (
action of Genuine Bayer Aspirin vise! it. for' it DOES NOT HARM. pigs and plenty of feed to carefully find the whole,
not
could room. will
because they The. others Talcums. For
: winter. '
''As here this
within the reach of everyone the THE HEART. And that scientists study these market figures.
<; Mice you pay has now been reduced. rate it among the fastest known safe ;corn aDd feed prices advance some Many souls were born into the follow later. The land acquiredfor it is
I after bathing
Reduced so low that nobody need reliefs for,pain.. (See illustrations !farmers are rushing good pigs'to Kingdom.. .The church; received the nve:.acre farm homes Is family,,

,g evet again accept IQ TesthaAER below.) I market that they could profit by twenty additions, eighteen of all uncultivated: and fort a ;most I\ indispensable. Us it daity

ar at aration ASPIRIN In place that of the feeding I to a choicer weight, he whom were for baptism., part cut over. It,has. beenpro:
you've asked for.
of all denomination nounced excellent for general Softer linen absolutely pure-*:
I5e now for tin. of 12 tablets. Why Bayer Atplrin says. The Christian people
25c now for bottles of 24: tablets. Works So Fast A healthy 120 pound pig should participated and enjoyed farming purposes, capable of pro- absorbs-The delicatey
and
d And the bl sire 100 put on 4O pounds in a'very short the services.: People were In at- ducing profitable crops. protects

tablet bottles nave again bees reduced nf0p. T-: time be says, and will then make tendance from Lawtey Starke. S ,' inimitable Djer-Kiss fragrance of
in price. These new low j Into In. aVV .. ., -e-I more desirable meat cuts for home Brooker Graham Theresss Melrose FOOTBALL HANDBOOK .
prices are now in effect throughout ... .. use as well as for market.;: and Gainesville..' GAINESVILLE handbook of I course. White and ROJ .
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the United States. D the University -
It a'. ....t: e> football information on i-
j London's most crowded borough A'couple York recently of Florida, covering almost every i : Sat
New
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So-Always ay'Bayer" w::Nri ri. now is Southwark.. with 151: persons arrived in the Ozark mountains conceivable Bit of news about .

t When You Buy an aore. in an old-time covered wagon after the "Fighting Gators." past, present '. ; ? M 00 Rglbfr
i\\ i ,1i
r And remember, when you ask for' IN t MCOMOS BY no WATCH traveling about 1,300 mil...- and future has ,just been Issued : Si**

r,. Bayer Aspirin at these new low A Genuine Beyer AipMn. T.bM.t BLUE BUS SCHEDULES: .... : by the Department of' Publi- 6
r pnces It'.unnecessary now to accept to-...,." and. |o to _II. Daily effective Sept..1. 19M Southwark la f London's most city of the State University, Frank

any other preparation in its placeSo WhIt H.Ppens .In The** ri.au Northbound-4:18 L'm..l/s./ p.m. crowded borough;, contains .151/ S. Wright director. The booklet

> -never ask for it by the name"aspirin" MaptMK*AIprIft in Your T"bI.talw.ya Siometh!Start-CmuiiwjAYER .. 0:24 p. m.. 9:19: p. m. persons to the acre. contains photographs of President i41

+ say alone B-A-Y-E-H when! you Aipirin buy. and but T.k....of.....Pain. Few M,"" .'T.k4mwg'yH ...... Southbound-4:18: a.,:m.':, 0:34: a, i I V e>ii.. Tiger aid members of the athletic
Inducing
of the. University, -
usually
see that you get it. m.,12:19p: me9op.m. The waffle Iron regarded personnel
Ticket 'and Information at as a modern utensil is mentioned Captain "Chuck" Rogers TALCUM POWDER

ALWAYS SAY "iATM ASHKIN" NOW WHIM YOU BUY Smith's Service Station,' next to in cooking at..least 500 V ';yearsago land Alternate ,Captain Welcome Genuine Dior-Kiu Pans... M e OMiMyVanolre.

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SEPTEMBER 21. 19s.t. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAOK P,1IVtN: : :

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DIRECTOR l lBfRIE IlIIIoBUFF':: SALH North "M" deg-ro Rat' to North line
CHURCH that undeiand of KYt' of HWV. last. aforesaid,
Notice In hereby! iclvcn West line of BB1'
th..nIoulb/ on
writ :
L certain
by virtue' of that
BEHIND aforuHald. to the
of HWH lint
Church of xvrutlnn bearing. date tho loth, rand5In
:
First: Baptist Price, Pastor. Bb; : Told in Pictures day. of May, A. 1). 1931 and l 1..II..dOllt of beginning acres, more, and or containing tan*. Also that
ReV. c. B. I The Story cf the a (l( and inulttr the hand and m-nl of NWV4 of SKVi i;.
trlsnaulpnrnrtlon
the
School 10:09: a.m.; A. ;J. of the Cl..rk c.f the I'lroult Court In of Set.'t Ion, and Ilaim last
Sunday an4) for HimlfurU County: : Fluridsonthal aforald which ll.-. \\e..t of thuStnike
Superintendent. l
nt <
N certain Juria-mvnt rerun
IMtillo Roadold
Thomas 11:00 ..m. The "tmrnUf" of reoorle of unlit. Bradford and Ijiwtey
Worship, : In the public ( road) and containing A and 12acrea
Morning M ANmlth ,
Stat Capital County Florliln', whereln
B. Y. P. U., 6:43: : p.m. New E ss Liquidator( for th* bradford more described or. .lees,ait and follow.more ,particularly to-*
menlngWorship, 8:00: o'Glock. Sr' 4 4 County [lank. .a "corporation !I. beginning. at center of said
wit
service. Wednesny ; plaintiff and l:. U Bllc... Is dfend- : road on North line of said Band et
Midweek prayer nr oc\n JOIIXROY"' S ant, the umlemlrned: him |levied yUf' publlo 1-X\ acre where) the name crnn' ..
8:00: P.m. mad KEvr WATSUNTALLAHASSEEFlorida on and will sell at publto' ,, en said publlo road then,. run West ,
front of the /South: door of the CourtHouse 049 ft to Northwest' (corner of raidNWS '
Methodist.; Church I a"r (to Mtarko. Bradford; and boat Cosineyp'lorlda bidder : ", of 010!:%. thence. Mouth! TIT feet y>+
to the hIKhe.t }
I of said. .road theno outralvht
top center
Montgomery, Pastor, 3 ; i toe cash, during th. lapel hours to
B. M. ,*. .. line to the point of beginning S
ReV. .
the Nation In the number of of
m.. polltl of cat on Mondny lira lit. day Above lat described S pieces.
Sunday SWOOhIloll clan subdivisions falling to pay In October A. D. 1D34>> the following of land contain an aggregate of
a. m. ..
land lying and b lnir In ,Bradford .
less.Said
Morning or
73\,6 screw mora
League-6:45: / p. m. ,terent or principal on funded debt County Florida, to-wlt: land.* are to be sold to cat r
Epworth 'Out of 2049 units of local government NWll of NKW of K Ptlon $4 T|> Ufy paid Judgment ant costs '
m.
Evening WQt'shlp-7:30: p. in default Florida has 328 I) 6 Soul\ Itanae SI, 1Qaat, NH ofNWtt W. J. HPPHUMOM: ;-
are Invited to all these serv. of Mrdlon: 12. Try 6 /South: Sheriff. of Hradford. County, FloridatItSt0.U 9111
You according to STATE GOVERNMENT Rany SI '. *xo.i>t IB nora InH. J
10. corner .tth rnf I lying In anquar
ices.
the
published monthly by h
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C *, and exeunt IK acre In N. K.cornr ;
Church American Legislators Association Oorti theri-nf Ivlnff In a anuaroHICVi NOTICN! or,KLKCTIOV
prefibytarlan The August issue shows 34 counties of NWt4 of Section,. 4, Tp. T to the Sheriff. of Mradford. County P
George H. Lowry, Minister: SouthKaiiNT: 11 Kant.' An undlvldml State :of FlorlduiHe '
Rev next Sunday as follows: In default, 137 cities and nii-half. Intel' .*nt In follnwlnit flhKn: That 1, I.\ ;t r
Services towns 64 school districts, S3 oth InndKHvKln, at N. 10. corner of NW 4, !Secretary of th* Slate of ..lo..ld.\.lo
10:00: A. M.Sunday School, T. of MlSVfc of Section tIn T''). 0 8. It.2a hereby give notice that aDIOKEIIAL
superintendent. er districts 55/ reclamation and 10,, and run t.'b .; 880 yard,, EI.I-V'1'IOY
a. Williams, drainage districts, 3 special assessment '' d' Ihvno, Houth 821) yard, morn or less,, will b* held In 1-tradford County, 'y
11:00 A. M.-Morning: Worship: / to pulillo road than'. Easterly !state' of Vlorlda. on TnnnJay nextucoedlnv i
the pastor. districts. In the eighteen, nlnnv. North Did of mild rood' about ,. the firm Monday In No
sermon by month period to June 30 Florlda'i a til yards. thence North 50 yards.Mors ., vember. A. I>. 1994 the ald' Tuesday." )
8:00: P. M.--Evening Worship; r or 1 less, to point of hea tnnlnr| being lice ;
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and sermon. Tax Districts .retired twenty-elghi lielnir S4 acres In Knit part: of until NIXTII U'T OIK NOKMBK.Ufor ; 1l,
wag million dollars In bonds, added an, t NWVi of Hl-v4 and 8 acruH In N. 13.. Htate. Senator' i
Endeavor
7:00 F. M.-Christian other thirty-three million to the part of IHVof blO 1 >4 of Hue: 14 Tltt >. For \\'nlt..1*..ntatlv.., In Con4rws:.
H. U. a:3 K.. A ntKt.thlrd IIndlvld..1Int..rll.t l1)For )
list of defaults. In tnlinwing. lit ml*i ('"n1- Stat at Lance t
: mniiclnif. at H W Coriivr of land n..pr..nt..U" of I the 8nnmlConirreHHlonal i
4 owned by / Ailkln on WnlntitHtrset I I Dlntrlot of the Stat.. ;
: In Town nt Btnrke.: Florida, of p'lurldn In the 8vvntyfnuith.ConnrrviiM
JONESComments Slot machine owners. who now ,
BOB w run South: Hi) feet M Ion it Walnut I nf the United State
find Florida's doors closed against Htioet.: thonr Unit aGO Cent to Italli I For Two JiiHtloa nf the Muprtm
.
Here them admit brought theli loud Avnm! thence North slung 'Court of the Htat of Florida.For ''
they
On old liullrond Avenue; : Dlife feet to I Two Kallrond OommlnNloiier* .
present plight upon themselves. H.: W. fnitior of Innd nf entate. of of the state' of Florida, .
And HereafterWill lames T. Wlllr, thesis* West. 3Ml Lent For On. Member of the Iloure ofR.re.entallvxe
When Alabama and Georgia drove to point of vomniHnpcnittiit. nil Walnut of the Slat of Flur.ides .

____ '1 them out, they swarmed over the Htrwet: I Kant half ..f Hlork 6 .. .
ion r
Comml*
For' Flv. County
line to "Liberal" Florida and "set' Smith: of Ha".. t Went and all fmotloitN .
K has said, "Every Mouth of flinch 6 Houth Rouge

body Is Rogers Ignorant about something.;" dumping up shop."ground Thus Florida for thousands became the ol Rcbokab. at tho W.ll.-"And Abraham was old, and well stricken In age and the Lord had blessed a t Went>. HuudlvUlon In NVVVt\ nt of 8..HWli ctkm SI of, Tempi Tp.. 8IInlilh. Hoard of In Public Tntlmony,Inatruotlon.Whereof. ., I ;::1

Somebody else haa said "Every Atraham in all things." Abraham called his eldest servant and made him swear that he would not takea : Hit".." 23 K 1 II..tr and 11 an** have hereunto set mv hand Seal (
machines exiled from our two ,Abraham the servant Into his In Nti of NKtt of awl,(, h"KllmlnwHD7 and affixed the treat
sent
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about something. from the daughter of the Canaanites. at
of Florida
body Is crazy states. These added to'' wife for Abraham's son, Isaac foot Kiint' of N. -W corner of of the State
know Will Is right an dl am persuaded neighbor own country and among his own kindred to seek a wife for his son, and the servant departed into Mesopotamia : NKU of HW4\ and run the-nr Rant Tallahain., the Capital,
ID !
to believe that everybody; the already generous number unto the city of Nahor. "And he made his camels to kneel down without the city by a well of water. HUH feet IliiMK-o Koulh 867 test this tli* flint Any of August *
) I).
(SEAL A.
seemed to as West IOU Not, thence North
operation In Florida of the of the city com thano I 1034. "
In other stand here the well of water and the daughter men A CRAY
Is more or less crazy. And he said, 0 Lord God I by 1$ degreae. KaHt to point of beiirln- .
words no one is absolutely perfect sure a slot machine for every child out to draw water And let it come to pass, that the damsel to whom I shall say Let: down thy pitcher I n In.if, except 4M' a lion. W 101..on.
a slot machine beside every cash shall brink and I will give thy camels drink also let the same nd thereof and which exception IH | ii
mentally and spiritually.. The only pray thee that I may drink; and she say, of lain width across. entire mint aunty Stark, Florida.( >
| absolutely perfect person the register. Sheriffs responded gen be ehe that thou baa appointed for thy servant Isaac. And It cam to pus that behold Rebekah cam out. end thereof In Sec 21, 6 S. nSS I-7.Ot l l'2. J'J

world ever say was Jesus Christ erously to Governor. Sholtz' cleanup who wahorn to Sethuel, son of Milcab, the mfJ qf Nabor, Abr am'. brother with her pitcher upon hel'ho1.lIdetGtJ .Runt: A((MO 85 feet east I'n.s went.
by ti U. feet north and south bounded
prayed
campaign. war fulfilled the servant had It would occur Ths Story: ov" Ai>ii.irATiorow
and all of the a. of Noritu
He had perfect poise g1 \ UIIJ-l{ 4ruSb.elftn on North by lamia' of estate
were well balancedIn -- 01 Rebekah Is the Brat romance fo lbe Bibl. From an engraving made bl Merlan 10 the Seventeenth century: William Andrew and which wa TAXIMOIOKNOTtcra
noble qualities : ta iiKrticnr QIVRN\
old to sold Andrw by W. H. 011..on -
His personality Either Florida suffers a higher on .SMjttth by Church !!Street That Mm. M P..an... holster. 'of TaxOrtlfluat .
e e percentage .of law violators or ((now slogan Alley) West by land No. ABJ. Issued 6th day nt +
county and municipal peace officers tlon liquor sale election Nov. 6, f ler Lee has hadTan Investigator r" of estate of John (demon and North Seiitember, A. 1>. I03S ofh.e baa filed aaliloertlfleat .d
of insanity the Mr. M. In my and mad
Waves sweep since last by land owned In out by
at work Januaryand
are more vigorous In the pursuit concurrent with the General Elec quietly TheLetter T. Day In Town of Htarh. Florida.AHO application for tax dd to lassie ,
world. A few years ago everybody of their duties than most other tlon. Certain dIstillers and others be is getting somewhere, we on. lot eom".II..I..1.t. H: 10. thereon In aiicorclano with law. ,
and educated and ... laid certificate' ( embraces the followlna -
rich poor Informed. We expect to corner of land hut shove d crlheil.
may
went about a officers of the other states. The are said to be concerned with are Box running thenr Knet 65 fet North described property situated 51
uneducated crazy U. fe.: Bureau of Census reports the legality of such elections. They see a real boost in state income IIT feet Went 17 fvt South 6SH' In Hradford County. Florida" to-
Florida real estate boom. Later from this source during this tax feet. Kant IS feet to N. R. curn.r oIOat wlti, The I Houth Half of southwest
citizens and lowly that 3891 persons were committedto feel that the 1918 prohibition abov described piece of land Quarter of southwest! Quarter lass. b;
representative county and city penal Institutions amendment to the state constitution year. Hnuth to point of commncm..nt. In Went Hlx (II) Acre of KeutIon'' Eighteen
citizens of all communities went six months of statutes and constitutional M KEEP FLORIDA DRY. Town oII/: ark., and In Section IS, (18). Township Mix (I)), South r;
first all
during the nullified (81)( Kant cons ti
Insane about the Wall Street boomAnybody Tp. 4 South It."Iaa Fast Alpo, Hung Twnty-two
at all 1934 an average of 644.2 men and authority for the holdIng Newspapers of the State saved Green Cove Springs, Fla. roe lot rommennlnir at tt. H corner talnlng Fourteen (14)) acre more' or M
with sense
any S4 women each 100,000 of population of such elections until and as the government hundreds of thousands Sept 8. 1934.. of the lot last abov dnncrlbvd run- 1 I.**. property k
should have known that the Wall tjant' to Avenue, The. ntI1t.11.: : .
Amendment Telegraph Editor r'\e.\ .nl thence: the aald u.d wa
50 under
Repeal Went
balloon would burst. :Man the projected of dollar by voluntarily surrendering North 45 feet y
Dell.
Street years to be Dear Sir: f rest, thence South to point of commnnpument In the name of Willie Ann
fifteen of age. which they regard the claim to ..,
always has been crazy. The world over Is adopted the right or those helm I In NWH of 8W(4of ( Unless. said certificate shall b* r
still
There us
reached Its highest culture in Alabama with a million more a certainty. Acting for certain I the printing of the full delinquenttax 'I are among Section 15 T\\>. < S R .:3 East deemed according. to law tax deed
of only that H., H. who bear the scars of battle received A'no' n two-thlraR undivided/ InterNt will issue thereon on the lath day
had an average it is reported They agreednot
clients list this e
population year.
.
Greece, but man did not have In the war against the liquor In NUM\ of HWV4 of Hnctlon 18 of October. A. I> 1034.Dated
enough sense to save that clvllizalon. 280 men and 37 women on the ''Wells of ChIpley and Tallahassee, to insist that the state pub- r1). 8 H. It .1 Kant.' MHO, healnnliiKat this 7th day of September.. '
the correctness! I oligarchy which had so effectually W. of sic' \% of HWH of A'
National 8.
is tame basis. The average. (takIng I Issue with lish the description of millions of corner "A" .
THOMAH.
Capital In this country I entrenched Itself In state Meullon 18 Tp. I 8. It. 13 Eat run ;,
elfish. Labor la selfish. Both was 290.6 men, 40 0 women. I of Attorney General Landls' recent acres on the delinquent list restored hones at. on Mouth line of said. Clerk of Circuit Court,
ruling that such elections may belegally to the tax book. by the Futch I and national government under the ..eotlon 7Bt feet, thence North 690 Bradford County Florida.. r
crowds are crazy. of old license system. These need not feet, thence. ICaHt 80 fl then,. 1.1.&t.IO-ll
total seek to enjoin
',. Up to August 31. 1934 a called, may law of 1933. Only one publisher .
5844 retail beer licenses had been the commissioners of one or more "bucked the traces" that of the In- be reminded of the fact that thi

The latest craze la the religious Issued a gain of 338 ever 1933. counties from Issuing the call upon verness Chronicle 'which printedthe traffic would not and indeed could '

iraze. Preachers are letting' rat. Wholesale beer licenses dropped petition of five per cent of the entire list. Claim{ Is now being not be controlled., Year of endeavor FUNERAL DIRECTORS

tie nakes bite them" In the pulpit from 143 in 1933 to 92 to Aug. 31. voters of such counties. Such petitions made for about $5,000/ as against to regulate the saloon with .uur Many Year Cxperlenc Make It: Poulbl for U* to Render

It the devil can't freeze us Six breweries are now licensed as for Injunction must originate $1,000 held to be due for that portion Its strangle hold upon the body, EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

to death he' tries, to burn us up agaInst three last year. Dade hi the Circuit Court. They I of the list Intended by the politic found no effectual remedy; MODERATE PRICES [

with fanaticism. Everybody knows retail beer estab- be brought to the Supreme I save in prohibition.
leads with 806 may then comptroller; to be published. Comp- DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
hit the cold scholastic modernIstic lahments. Union only has two. Court on appeal. If the low troller Lee refused to pay. It I la interesting to note, thai STARKE. FLORIDA

movement haa emptied the er court grants an injunction the' since the repeal of the 18th amendment .- 0,

churches and wrecked the faith of Chances are good that if the state would appeal. If It refuses MUS. MINNIE FOUNTAIN ten states have tried staU

multiplied thousands in this na- 1935 legislature comes to the rescue -,. Wells would appeal on behalf of Funeral services was held at owned monopolies of the traffic

lon. Modernism has failed. Now of cattle owners with a sub- his clients. The decision of the Conner Cemetery last Thursday and they have been "found want

In the midst of the distress and unrest Cant(al appropriation to campaign Supreme Court would then determine afternoon at 2:00: o'clock for Mrs; ing. "Dry" sentiment i I. evidently .

of this disorganized age when against the "screw worm" now whether local option election Minnie Ang FountaIn 46, who returning. Voting last June, For Expert Repairing

people are feeling after God a wave menacing the' Industry many elections should be held subsequently died at her''.horn near here last North Dakota failed to approve t tmeasure a

of wild religious fanaticism seems Jiouaands of cattle now on the tax to the action of Nov. 6 Tuesday after a short illness. to legalise sales of li.

to be sweeping over us. God give rooks will be placed there. It Is voting. Wells is not concernedwith The service was1 conducted by quor. Mississippi In July by I a

ue people that stay in the middleof estimated that there are a million the wet or dry Issue Itself a* Rev. W. E. Hall with Interment stat wide vote showed disapproval Smith's GaragePhone

the road, people with trained lead of cattle in the state, less regards the Repeal amendment. He following In the family plot. of the legislative llqour act passed

minds and warm hearts. If weaver .han.73.000 on the tax books. twice served as chairman of the Pallbearers were H. H. Lewis, H. In April. Of the nineteen ."dry" r

develop the head and under State Democratic Executive Com M. McRae W. M. Olllver. R. Alvarez states, nine have atatutory prohibition k

develop the heart, we, become scientific r Perry Wall of Tampa, chair- mittee. J. L. Underhill and D. M. ; nIne have both constitution. 120

and cold. If we over de. man of the Citizens: Finance and McRae. al and statutory prohibition while

velop the heart and under develop Taxation Committee of 1931 which State Forester Harry Lee Bak Those surviving her are her wl one ,ha only Constitutional pro ttf Wrecker Service Day or Night,
the wild religious of the for the statement .
head we become made an exhaustive survey er I I. authority dower Gu Fountain; three daugh hibition.

fi atics. whole tax structure of the state, that perhaps eighty per cent of the ten, Mr.. Mary Terrell. Magna In the race of such evident dissatisfaction -

e e believes that Florida's taxable land owners of Florida are In favor lla. Miss.; and Misses Arle and with liquor's return, __ _____ ,_______ I

It Is unscrlptural ,for a man to property is worth not less than six of light brush fires on their Myrtle Fountain of Starke: flvi and the rapidly Increasing acct. FLORIDA NICOS MORE COMCRCTB MOA9*

let a rattlesnake bite him aa a billion dollars. He points out that land each year. Some such In. son, Leslie, Fraok:Jessie Curtis. dents due to the avalllbillty of liquor 1 I
demonstration. Paul did not pickup only that tended-to-be light fires develop Into
the assessment against and S. A. Fountain of Starke. not hitherto existing It would
a viper, to show the people portion now taxed Is less than roaring forest fIres destroying Indeed seem sheer folly for Florid '\

around him that he was too goodto 600000000. In other words beholds great potential value In seedlingsand MRS., CATHERINE DUKES to repudiate her former stand foi .

be poisoned. The viper bit him that the average assessmentIs saplings. And Baker say that Mrs. Catherine Dukes, wife of prohibition. ,

and God took care of him, but Paul only one-tenth of the actual value frequently these fires are frequently the late W. D. Duke, passed away; Yours truly .

was not making'' a demonstration. of the property as against what started on the "other fellow's"lands at her home near Worthlngtoi. FRED LEWIS RYAN

Paul was In the line of duty.. He Is generally expected to be an average by range cattlemen to provide Springs Friday September 7, 1934. fit

was helping build a fire. He was of fifty per cent. tender grasses far their roving She was born at Marlon Bout! ; )

not hunting snakes he was huntIng ,- stock. Carolina, and came to Florida In ,

sticks. The devil told Jesus The feeling is becoming' general early life. Her family first set OWNER FS

to cast Himself from the templeand that something must be wrong The State Geological Department tied in Marlon County but later .J

make a spectacle of Himself. with' an assessment system that : 1 I. keeping a close watch on moved to what Is now Union Coun.

Jesus said In substance that that drives more than 15,000,000/ acres I drilling for oil operations In Florida ty. She married W. D. Duke to J It

would be tempting God. I tell my of lands from the tax books. Some indications are that no small which union wa born ten children ,. t\

boy and girls in the ,Bob Jones equitable plan for bringing these sectlpn of the ,oil industry I* becoming six of whom survive her ,

College that If duty calla them under lands back to the tax books to contribute Florida conscious.. It may Those surviving her are: J. R

a tree when a storm cornea togo to the coat of government be new to many that sixty-three Dukes, of Gould'Florida Mr. A .r '

under the tree and ask God to regularly and consistently may be attempts have been made to strike B. Boney,'of Baldwin Florida. Ur. .;

take care of them. If it is His worked out by the 1939 legislature. oil in this stat However; only Annie Harrell 'of, Brooker Flor "

will He will do it. No one has a about twenty of such effort may Ida Mr..- H. A. Layfleld.1 at Clearwater ''

right to go under a tree In a storm All speculation aa to the probability be regarded as anything Ilk*,a real Florida'Ws.:"'J'M;'Cain,-a(

unless duty call him there. If of special session of the attempt. These twenty operation., Plant City; Florida. and D., H:
duty Into den of to.a.alt. well a* far down a* 9.000
calls a'maa a legislature may well be called Inking Duke, of Worthlmgton WV D

rattlesnakes, then he Should go ifh Reaaoni Florida has matched feet and more, have been of value Duke, Alachua, Florid Jonathan YOU'VEGOT GET' '

knew that every rattlesnake in no part of $43.760.000 In FERA geologically. ', Duke, of Brooke, Florida Mrs. 3. WHEN TO

U>t den should bit.him and that grant to the state from June 3, Within the-next few day th* I C. Clemen,,"of Btarke, Florida

death was Inevitable. A man who 1933 to Aug. 28 1934. States state Comptroller win release an. Mr*. A.A. Thoma also'of Stark. WHERE, YOU'RE. 'GOING-1..

demonstrates, aa' certain man supplementing FERA grants; as report on revenue collected In addition she I* survived by foul

did recently that a rattlesnakewon't should be done interesting through brotheR C. D. Bethe, of Blantoa, .
Intended
hurt him Is a religious man- originally complaining. and moneys passing T. H. Betha' of Newberry,, U. '1'0' ,... .. wusb'T ... !
all states, are during the fiscal year Fin .. STICK TO CONCRETE
office
by .
lee his ...S ..1sA ... ...
'
He looking ry
is from religiOUs to be 'Bethea of Jacksonville,,
with Wm. ,
suffering said Fla. .
Washington la ending June 30. a* compared : We ,.. ... ... ..
ego mania. In other words, hej these lines James Bethea. of Perry,. "
and :
for some action along the preceding fiscal year. I Fla., .. .. ... ..
j Ie Buffed g from ,religious big the legislature meets Fla. a.s. sell 0. s.wsadet..e. from .
head" whenever THE,, quickest, surest, .*/.. highway' aaywb r. to
not -
la Auditing Department .
Florida The State -V 1
However. a.f1.
again. .,. 1* Concr**. Prove it? Yoon fcoowitl Yjt
respect..' Other states Is shortly expected to submit a report North Carolina ha promise' ol ,

!OTICH or OP CMEUITOBS FIRST MKBTI1CJ' I II. alone tn la the this same fix, but those of an audit of the State Prison aa unusually good wheat crop this .us I.yMI. air /lt Sinus your muscles,, your eyes. roar mind-root .r.y

V tb DI. *'. c..r1 .g lk. !?.".* are "putting up" are Insistent Farm at RaIford and report baa season despite bitter weather that 'I ,ease U thankful for the rr.t.wJd.alDS twork oteaduf. .
?ho._ >*r The _..... Ulolrlet .( .states now "food tot ruin wly-owa EEIelah ,
sameto to I
mete.. 1. _....*.*T' that ALL states do the It that It. will furnish threatened log Coacri Highway. ,
.fl matter of Erie L.el1. B''l' limit of their ability. This thought" field last winter,, hit ..., .. I S
IL 5larke' Florida, In the : the withgood And Coocret.Is I thrifty! You sea up to 2 tests a mil la poi *. ,
: : denied and perhaps ..... ..u. _
kry'fMford, District aiorcaald. bank- may be State Documentary: y
at Calcutta. = ,;cU. sod instead of
concrete
1It. because there are Florida's A pontoon bridge .. bugr .. car repair by traveling on
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...Hnt.. I,... lm hereby elves that cr.l.mb.r grounds,reasons for the gov Stamp Tax Is working like a smart India, largest ta,the world. .I* to oo ioferior nffaceiulN4H ,
.. e, t/14 th. old debtor other ample In the state's revenue h
.. .I"'' Mja4c..l bankrupt,er.d ernor's not, calling a special sea little major It produced be replaced by a cantilever bridge ........- ..... Tewrist '.11.,., Cen.....>
.het th. flr.t Mid structure. Last yea $8.300,000.CROSS ..
of till .
I IcsrkIlYler/d.. m.Un.Id| oanSepteember. ion. The state Is in no of conditionto expenditure only a small fraction less than $1- =' '1'MIa&. .eRIn., a type Loner to Hetuy rorr i. a btyoH.s woreb ....... g.-. pus.
; add to its burden 365 -
for .
It-i1 M. o'clock mat which and 000 per day average Income CHILDREN Me. eleetlrls e. .. ,.... c.-I
'' "'Iell' .I tor*p. may. attend, in view of tax receipt In the year. Stamp sale this .'W.... M year........ PORTLAND: ASSOCIATION
e- day .. CANT,
M' v. their) truaJTJ' we have a special HAVE WORMS '
.Mamlo claim tho*. appoint a, and the moment worm", fiscal year from July 1 to Sept. 12 MAY I .*. C*.
bankrupt
*". such elks. butna a* may. .ion there'll other be "screw demands, which amounted to $72,414, as against ,.week..,.-.-for KDOM 0.1.a.d f ....... r.at..esJ knwh. Sand ......Ant Opea laser to Hr ..*4." '!
/r'Iroerlr earn haters laid meeting.ri school and laMno.
last
$64.322.57 for the same period ...1)e .. -.v h.. ek. seed
MMf..r..i.e.e.ee.re5 t
1 t"nsb'" 1 lle".III" <"id*. Sep cannot' be met. _.a __ c.:1 .- vw.Mq. .... .dJr. rr..a..i.5C.e..rsr.ese. I' e't" (
.. ,.* 'olalm la rear.Int.engibtee ". == Mn.dwr.Ss: :: .Y 4+s..rw.w..M.w.
5 /our projverly '- : r: .. v
..t.. and HI. ** with t". Refer... week see some i .R.Jr: :: .. '
may .
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:: In The present tax dodgers wilt N' v......_ 'il;,"..
wee will not participate
= coai
J nature-In. 'O"'r
fin work of.legal I ; JII'JCI JlS _tie,. "
RlJlr.J'fRt, ',1'6 of focal op- fewer by, far this.y..r.. .Comptrof A... :.:" ,1 ,. ". .
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'-.. TBUEQRAFn. FRIDAY: SEPTEMBER
AoE BRADFORD COCNTV STARKE. FLORIDA :81.

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Bradford County Telegraph When"NO the WORK-NO city manager EAT"of Port- :
BUT TRUE
TOO ODD
land; Maln'e, obsarved able-bodied : LATE L- ---

while ,
Established 1877 men Bitting1 Idly. receiving:
$2 a day relief money, 'and with TO CLASSIFY
,. .
-- -- work done. 'he -
the city needing: H
t' Published Weekly x>n Fridays and Entered as Second Class, ,' took his courage in both hands and' By HrSBELI, KAYS..r. _
: Florida Yr... A.*..
Matter at the Post Office at Starkc Florida demanded that., the civic boarders .. I __

I _:..: should do something. in return forth ,-'- 9 All 0 mt-r.nc'y

MatthewsIIZTLJIjSdltor: and Owner lr doles. Let's all rise and give three rousIng -
E. L.. ,ON MWBA, pt SNIM.%.
At once a howl of protest arose cheer. for Mt.> Dora, that little

? ----_. -. --" -- RATE ..;:d1 from the "Portland Relief Worker gem of a city that nestles amid the tLP&4D c3 Tcn _

SUBSCRIPTION ,,*' Protective 'ssoclatlon." From charming lakes and hills of Lake VIt1T ttI.5 lX.M tTht

Yearly $1.50'Six;' Months 75c: -Payable In Advance II the Midwest echoed a growing Cpunty. .. 'all'' ,

Advertising; Rates on Application lilt( opinion! that "it's time this county .,Mt. 'Dora. llkVa' lot of other VittT a tCNto

-,- -.-- is.:wakng up" to the fact that "loaf towns, is concerned with attracting ; rit'ut c* '- ,
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_
r --- er's are braggng they get more out winter" llltor..'Tbrough an active '.'

(By RED. KERCE) of relief than they would out .of a well supported Chamber' Commerce C&tesrMrn.Y BUttAHQTRMtt :' '

'j couple day's work a week." In other -I the city' Is carrying on a WHtfc -.t S _

Go get 'ism 'To adoes. parts,.of.the country U'was repwted -i campaign to' tell ,folks about the .. 1- '
,
..,rouch .graft and patronage delightful Mt. Dora section. -,- : -; _

0--- have been sheared from gellef,rojls. i Instead of spending the bulk of z4 4

w> People run In debt and crawl out. ;t Juat the other day a Brooklyn. man ,a small advertising budget on tour

what had receivedl,33fii./ 'uV relief color process booklets, or other expensive : '

0 waa arrested, when. _' authorities, knickknacks, 'these sensi ,

A rolling home also doesn't.gather any moss.!' .. found he bad a flftycre farm anda ble' folks have turned to' their local \ '
-1 stable of horses 1.S 1.rwo t. newspaper./ : ,
o "
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1 Broker is to ': ';>ystemeliminating relief Last,week 'and the,w 1l'before T _
of the Wall Street I :
The' present' problem I graft a"tiii use. .Methods; of the.Mt. Dor.arToplcfeaturedsome: ; EOAW-! __ 5.

hold() the"r". "7<- <. tracking dowter: off enotora ,are. beIng mighty .,interesting Information
'. 0- *rlad;''Wlthr. om.>._lutory.dfeets. about the'ctty'\Uld'\ >yhty.''' There I
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where most"''of hI hecity' The "alternative jsv.to .re- were, many, attractive Illustrations
A city's non-advertiser' has!' a place 'by ;
vive a realization that the public supported fact.hd..tigures'.

4 /.dust settles. purse I Is not a bottomless '!horn pf :These feature articles were carried I

0 plenty";opento all able to-get. a in regular Issues of the 'paper,

stealing has gotten down as low as toothpicks, hand in. Relief is the benevolent along side of the usual local news
Timber f hand of lOOXWO.OOO neighbors glvr: and local advertisements. Several

cafe operators say. tug a liftf Recipients of aid must thousand additional copies! of the

o learn that relief is not a heritageto paper,were printed. The Chamberof

to have a smile tailored before it be exploited to the last degree.If Commerce paid the coat of mailing
have
Some folks would .1/... 1.41.. the act of getting off the relief these to a selected lilt of prospects .

would fit their I f ?fto roll is made a deed of patriotismand I known to.have expressed interest
self-respect there will. be no' '
in Central Florida names
short make many "Relief Workers' Protective Also< I Iclatlons. furnished from the Florida exhibit .
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Life is too I ,
Advice to politicians: "..to protest when work la .
: at a Century of Progress In Chi ;I\

long 'winded speeches. ,k asked In return for aid. .Such protests cago and front local folks. wattDOCTOR NO* 1 "t9
WOMEN MfcKfc OTCTCBAKH \&\tMMtS
'are not to be tolerated.Chrlstlan .,- ,
o Such. publicity campaign is not
HYVPCmtHTSAUGHVHG, YIt ', cvsTk\
t WCWftl THEY
too If they rellit 'Sclence :Monitor. costly and' it is on* of the most effective '" .: f..
dangerous ,
automobile ,
Curves in an are r--4I------ ....... and Intelligent moans of V \ \"' "t\ a.& f..TtEtU "U.U g-

\ in one hand driving. A GOOD CODE advancing Interests of a community \

"I"f''' '* -'4 ,. oPe'fhapS'Mr. The following' code'might/b.e well : -. -

7 Hoover.condemns'the' new deal because he adopted by' all newspaper'The. i ..People"like unbiased Independent and broke a $2i! watch..The clothes &-3;. Avery Powell In the JackSonville I NOTICE! OF'TAX' APPLICATION: FOR

falrness"between newspaper. audits I Information. When theyreceive a pole fell over i the carand,. smashed Times-Union: "It's not the DEED

hasn't. -the deck irrhis hands.-. readers. whether dallyor weekly highly-colored carefully prepared DM Windshield.and mother rushing bathing;..suit but the girl la It, that: O.NOTICE w.' Andrew., IS HEREBY, holder GIVEN of Tax,That Certificate -

'J ', ;r o- :would be1 thoroughly expressed expensive booklet r they;know thatIt out to see what occasioned all the attracts attention," You're wrong ; No. SO Issued< 5th day of
easiest those If reporters will keep 'uv mind the excitement fl e..allonchurn old dear. It's the out of It September, A. Ii.' 1932, has riled *nMoertlfleat
TPt ngs' person can get along without, are was put out purposely to present up-set, a girl In mv offlca and "inuja
foregoing clipped from. the Wisconsin ONLY the' GOOD points. They,. of cream,Into,a' basket' of that causes aU the eyestraln. application for tax'' deed to l is,u.

4j he'spends" most energy seeking. Press: I naturally discount Jt on that score. kittens drowning all of them.; The Cincinnati Enquirer. thereon certificate. In accordance erabracea the with following law.Said

I" fc**BB al ""e B lB B *l aJ a al SBSSa a a Bi* B B*B>| ,Remember' there afe"two sides I But when they receive a regular: electric flat-iron .burned through described property situated In Bradford -

Roy Childs"remarks: When editors cease to make, mis.sakes -, to', every question. Get them both. Issue of a local newspaper with all the Ironing board, setting fire to Horse sense means one uses good Halt of County Southwest, Florida Quarter to-wltt of I South.North
i B; ,"truthful. o l'tne' aets.lrrlo' 'the local news good bad and In the house,, and.the firemen broke eaat. Quarter of Section !2, Tow,,.
judgment in stable Don
there will,be no more newspapers. a'W.reporting-!! a p&llri\) al'"gatherlIng different, they reaognUe It.as authentic all the windows and chopped a hole Lochner,' Clermont Press.affairs.- ship 6 Mouth SO acre.Bans more or to I.Rant.... containing -

0 give the facts tell ''the"stofy and dependable Information. .In the roof.-Fort 'Meade Leader.. e < The aaaaaamant of said property
Is still surpassed by the is not would;'Hke to : 'It them clear underStandable under the said certificate Issued
Sleeping sickness, a bad disease, as it as you gives a We gather(rom an,, article' by wai
have.U. Treat all parties'alike;; If picture of Just what the LIFE SPAN OF A FOUR- In- the name of H..nnalWilliam...
\ Mr. Hoover that ,be Is less
with nothing to nay. sym- Unless said certificate *lall) be redeemed -
disease of talking there I is ant"''polltlcs 16 be 'played community life of the town really FLUSHER pathetic toward the Administration according to law. tax de.d
-- will Isau thereon on the 8th. day of
wittplay It In 6ur editorial cOt'. 'Is.
we Five .years-that Is about the now than In 1932.Western: October, A. D. 1934.
1 Junior wonders why Clean-Up Week doesn't begin while umns. It does not merely state that Mt. life of a political shyster and 1four- (Oregon) Leader., Dieted: tni* 6th. day of September

"; he's away on his vacation during the summer. Mistakes are 'Inevitable, but Dora"has so many" churches ,so flusher. He fools the people once; A.(SEAL D. 1934. A. J. THOMAS.
many schools so 'many picture NOTICR Clerk of Circuit Court.
strive for accuracy. I would rather then sometimes twice; but. the Notice In
all
hereby given to
w o have one story exactly right than. shows... It' reviews- the Sunday third time, on the average ,he? is corned that the city council of con-the .-7-St-10-5.. Bradford. County, Florida.

k' Fish may' be a fine brain food ; however, going fishing a I hundred half wrong.: sermon; tells what .the church circle out. City Board of of Htnrke.Equaliser Florida.. on sitting SepI.mb.r10th. a .

; has made sucker'out of some folks we know. Be decent be fair be generous did last week-.-,gives names, There was Goat-Gland Brlnlcley A.- D. 19J4 mad the followlnchancea tic' CIRCVIT COURT; BRADFORD
dates and recounts actual events. In the tax anaaaamant roll COVNTY PLORIUAl IN CHAIN CERT
"' o, Boost don't knock.' It t.U 'what picturesare'sched- of Kansas;raking in dollars with a.. filed by the Clt,. tax aaaaaaor for. M. A. Smith a. Liquidator for Bradford -
There Is l'ood.I1! everybody. a rejuvenation stunt raking in US'- Notice In further given that County Bank,, a corporation.
S The fellow who figures the world owes him a living 1 Iscollecting uled at the local'theatre. It doe.- the city council will at a meeting Plaintiff.
Brifag out the good and never needlessly votes a* fast. Four years ago the to b. held on lat. day of October A. va.Walter .
.1. and let It
it. from Uncle Sam off the relief rolls.Remember1'the hurt. the feelings of anybody, n't say tlllhing .good distracted people of that .,, state I,. i>>.l4at the city hall In Stark. at E. Taylor *t. al.,
go at that'lt Ulls now Bill Smith 8:00: P.. M. will hoar from all Much Defendant.
Treat all religious matter rever- came within scratch of
caught an eleven pound black bass a electinghim owner or agent. an dealr to appear CAsE NO. Sf*
: ently. governor. One 01. the and file complaint aa to the valu ORItlOH! or PUBLICATION
goats
/sad plight of the fellow who saved for ajiny and describes the fun ne had fighting whose atlon aa fined by th* said Board oI3quallsra The State of Florida, .
If. It can ppllBlbly'''be avoided, the monster.' It tells about the glands the candidate, professed and hear any reuaon why To Walter H. Taylor and bin wife
I' day,and.\ later was drowned in a cloud burst. never bring ignonlmy to an innocent to exploit would have been the rlrotlf"should b* chanired.E1U tot Donnelly ilL
local 'school'facilities In the same : lot 3. I. 7. of blk 18 :::r.at.'t.: : Virginia.
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0 man or child in telling of the Intelligent )anguag*.folks are accustomed as fit for the Job. But- Brlnkley Original Town of Stark, Shell PatroUum Take Notice that the plaintiff ha
fiscal amounts to misdeed or misfortune> a rela got the votes. Corp. Irom' ,tOOO.OO to 15,.- filed his bill of complaint again
? ,.Federal.gasoline tax for the past year .. to. Teachers names are 00.00. you In the above entitled <-uuaeaklns ..
struck Americans I a" tive.'pon't'wau'tb. given the-cuddlculum Is described.In .Comes; a Tuesday of 1934; Brink Bnt 31 aa extended on Rnaay Map SIOriginal ; the- forccloaur of a .mort
2200,000,000, poor i do ley again out for votes; and the Town of Btark, Gulf Refining gag. over the 'following premium In
depr.esslo"o ; ; M'asxed, but short the information of genuine Co., from IS760 00 to I800'..00Lrf Bradford County, Florida, to-wlt:
__ it 'without asking, and above all. be Interest to local folks Is equal voters,' their eyes open at 'last >ta 8, 9, 10 of blk S7.L.lvlnsatonTruhy 8E(4( of SB 14 ot Section 19. Townxhlp

'4 It's not'' that the good die young 'so much as it is that. clean and never let dirty wtord or. ly; Interesting to those who expect I elect him by four to one-to stayat HI Icon A:,Co'a from Addition MOO.OU to to"Stark 00.00.*,; JU with I,- South the Kant tenements sa East hereditament, together

just'naturally meaner the older they get. suggestive story get Intotype.." to spend a1'month or more In the home Lot 7 oC blk *3. Llvlnaaton. TWar.t.frlo"'zI and ppurtnanca thrto b.il lonrIngj -
4 people grow I want this paper to 041 so"conducted community.. .''U 'Louisiana, In time, ,will cio the A Co'a. Addition to Stark : It la Ordered that you a ea.hof
6,0 to $1600.00. you are hereby required to appear
Hm* w ea. 0' \ that U can go'r in to any .By carefully r *tting the local same for Huey Long. ,Butt I.a Is S, 4, 6 ,*,' T. S :ft Frac to- said! bill of complaint ;
Jud Tunkins thinks perhaps the birth of a nation was home without destroying*the innocence newspaper these prospective vlsltojrs wearisome wait.-Miami Daily lot on W aid. of Blk B ei 8 I ft of said caune on Monday. October hi
'' ;: lot 7, 8, N. .1. Jones Addition toStarka 134 otherwise the bill of complaint
started when Chris Columbus found the United States. of. childhood. become ,familiar with all News. R. 8. Waadln, from 12000.00 will b* taken a* oonf*.i"-d byrou.
,. \ 0 1 phases of community life They -'- to 13000.00. ,. It, I. further ordered that thli I
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WtoUIot'. I of blk 1., Temple,. notice be published once ean wee.
I'' 0 BEAUTY HINTS FOR MEN know that Henry Johnson runs the HOW TO 00 BROKE FARMING Addition to Stark In Nm;,.. of NWV\ for 4 consecutIve week In BradfordCounty
The only time the average person wants to be down and As a' starter on the road ''to drug store and plays golf on Sat- With the AAA. hundreds of demonstration WK of NB4} W of BY.$1i00.O0.Lots O. W Telea-raph a newspaper Fi.'ridLWitness pub-
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Whit, from $ 000.00 to llnhed In Bradford County
out" at the same time is when taking his first airplane ride. health and manly beauty, here area urday afternoon.' They learn that agents and agricultu 5. 7 of blk 15. Tmpl Addition my handand the orflolal
few suggestions:>f.r our -male Mrs.'William Smitbxruns" an excel department heads toll the farmer to Stark in NHU of NWU *. ;seal of said. Court at Starlce. Bradford
> o WH of NKV4 W of Smith, County Florida, this 3nd day
1 local .WOo lae.H.
Stile
readers lent tea and
: room bow to make money. the following from $*00.o5 to. ( & -. 0' .Au..t..A, D.: 1934.
? ,"Just when does_ the hunting_ season open? questions the 1. Beating rugs is'highly recoi man's ';dub'i meets ,there every set of'ru1es advising the ..farmer LOtNi4oflot5otrblk 1.. A. J.'l'HOMAS
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Temt l ... Addition to' Stark In NT3V\ A. Clerk of the. Circuit roort
; Wauchula Herald. Speaking of jobs?-the move I is how in or: mended to strengthen and beautifythe Tuesday j afternoon ;for.bridge and now to go broke might prove.of of NWW ft.WMi: of NM% W ot, Ry. of Bradford County Fli>rlda..
arms and shoulders and make tea.'< Interest: D.: O.: KInIaw, $ 6:0i't': (Official Seal)
'der.I alluring-' 'From 'the grocery, advertisement "Grow Fracl. Lot ,* : of lot 10 of Knight Knight -
you. f only one crop Fred Silt SI. Temples I Addition toitark Attorney* Plaintiff.
.. i ,J 2. Pushing-a lawnmower-.davel-- th.y learn that living costs i Keep no livestock In NB4! of NWVi ft WH ofNWVt ,,, llo"
ins worth the muscles of the back. It is are no higher In Florida than they W of Ry.. F. C. Holllnsaworth'rom ,.
When trying to beat a train to a crossing considering op. : "Regard chickens and garden J500.00 to IDOO.OO. ,
far less expensive than golf; Itican, ate In .the.,north. Thus .. they as nuisances. I IDon't .On* lot 106 ft N 8 by HI ft "E IJI: Tub CIBCrlT COrBT Of "TN"TW.NTYIIIXTn ''"-
which 'is the .nearest' ,the train, crossing or grave- be enjoyed right at home (unless read and compare life In Mt.'Dora plan your farm. opera- ft: W Bounded E3 by Ry. 8 by Mm 't'IT' Or TIIM crAnK.I l DU'I"OF FI.OR-
of
Kit W by IS ft alley ft N by land
;yard. the neighbors have borrowed the with that in their own town they tions. It's hard work thinking. (-). J. Ells M.... N. B. Hull from II'A. IV' AND rORnt'ORO

,0 mower) and It requires no long gala a clear Intelligent picture that Trust.to luck. : 100.00 to $100.00. coi'NTY. FIOVIlD4NOTICE TO CITIBF.MS AD
Com at a pt on B side of Call 8t.
is with and for the Liberty LeagueIf practice or Instruction. no fancy, booklet could ever give., "Hold fast to the idea that the 90 ft K of Cor of Llvlngaton'aot TAXPAYERS:
The average person 3. Washing windows, both inside Every community should regularly methods of farming,, employed by ft run K r ft. a 105 ft W 45 ft; Bradford County, Florida,
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to be at liberty; especially!' concerning and out Is not muscle mail of the local N 105 tt' to beg. Unknown from :Petitioner.VB. .
it provides a way ., I only a fine sample copies your grandfather are good enough. '1100.00 10 $100000. "' .
debts. I builder but It saves the cost of. goIng newspaper to prospective home for you. On* lot IOS ft N S by SS ft B The S'at.'' Florida.Rapondnt. of Florida.
to manicurist Investors and: tourists. It '- .W bounded N by Call St., 8 by Shaf. eltisens' 0
a seekers, and !
I "Be Independent. Don't join with fer W by Caaon In Cookaay'a Add., To, taxpayers and
o 4. CleanIng .the furnace, taking Is the most effective and economical your neighbors In any form of co. ( H.-H., Smith .from- .19000.00' to IILot'l all Bradford other. whom County.It may Florida."""- ..:
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I We don't know who started the Liberty League but we out the sakes, hoeing the garden, means of selling a,town. operation.. 500.00. of bUt I In-. J. D. Jones' Add., You and each of you are hereby heel

' fear that there's act enough of the first word left to keep the sawing wood slicking up the attic "Mortgag your farm for'every I B. H..'.Smith_,,...from 12000.00 to $30uO.0e. .- lied notified by that Bradford a petition County,haj F lrlda..

' going. and doing the .washing-all these dollar It will stand to buy things i N 11 ft Lots S ft of Blk 1 J... D. I Meklnato validate and confirm anaau "r
Bond"
: league little chores arc highly beneficial. I, you; .would have cash to buy, U fence Add., Mra. Th.lm 'Johns, aid*County of Refunding In the sum J Road of 8881.000

41.. -' o for the physique.; From Other Pens you followed a.good' system lOt 'from EH 1600.00 of lot ft to 8quar$1800.00.. in NW cor of to be dated January 1. 1834. ot "it;

' The recent tack. ( to,the farm movement.,went'under probably '&. Driving nails and fixing things, "V, farming." ? .....I.on. ,ft Orange' ,8ta.. R. A. Or..a.1900.0e. denomination bared from I of to l$.1.000 7 Inolu.lva.each' maturing -
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that there'd be cities if around the) house Is also a splendid The Clberton Star states that )by American' Oil Peraonal ...rlnllr and In numerical or5cr -
after a survey showing .no more Tile Company of the *.
dlverslon-w-equal to anything found on January- of each ? !!
fallowing these simple rule carefully Tax from nue.OO to $1760.00. for
the move was made'a success. .la a well, equipped umnulum.WaucbuJa ..- 'Any of you': hunters wanes buy 1? any farmer may go- broke Th* Great. Atlantic Pacific Tea 1144 retirement to !**on. lnclual any lntr.. optional.t pevment: .
', Advocate. two ducks? Go .the poet office Co Pcraonal.. .Tall from S7 0.00 to both prlr
p to easily and quickly.-The' Black '1..0.. date prior-! to maturity.
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t a -the old one where Lew Morris A. M. Cwa Pereonalta. f aoo.'0 pal and aml-mnual Interest. ( "n"rry '
They wonder why the world l continues to stay fifty percent FWMlSK'A Is"boss. >The new one may not shear',' Times.NO, te. $4.a0.. ---;-1''fCiirola '' -',. 1 and Julr 1) at the r.to of "ij
payebl
a Cafe' Peraonal Tax 'from per cent Per annum h'.tcT.: ;
ii' under the dust,while even the FERA relief eUentapra-, reader fe an "cbaD&.t''Youb.ve have ducks when It..ta built. BUSINESS: BOOM, |9'*.00 to 40000.. "N Ian vr National. Ne.York Bank.In more fuiw
: 0' New 'York
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Tide a way for,a second! hand flivver. too much optimism.Tour paper ..Two ,ducks for a doUs.rthstethe Nothbi&.would please us- more onal rrult Tax Orewera from 14'" Wxpra." t* I10O.OO.Cot Par., de.crlbed iii Said .lItiollo'''and to& 0Iutittio be
glows with W But doesn't good : price.' .Th two f,ducks ,'ar* than to chrontel a rapidly advancing Gulf K"rinln(' Co.' Personal 'Tax' issued under authority of the Mtte of

-0I Judgment dlctat4hat you be more printed :ducks and they're on duck .bustaera.tid*. but truth, corn- from IS'O."..t. 1871t.0e.. -., Florida IncludtnsChapter'and laws of the 11111 ?!
Kraonal Tax
The 'temperature of the. reptiles I body depends on, the pesalmUtWT-'- "'"',-; -T stamps. You han I to buy,_ 'the pals us to,repent that no; such ,from Tl..IliOO.OO Top to looooo he "Ants-of' the Uia-lalalnre of FI..rf'Id.

; ''temperature of. the air-Science note. And if one is after'us Listen slater', adds this'exchange, ducks and"past them on your regular. phenomenon. visible as septem...I I Tax>Tn.from Pullman$157.00 Company to 5U1.0i.\\ Personal the.. Board 153*. "rellant of Count to? CommIN..lnne"pp5eedifla5.

our1 the of the the world,Is 'coated. with pessimism. -I hunting Uceniw If you wanna ber gets under way. I Postal Telegraph Co-: P..onaiT. of s.ld Coenty, for the puFPOarefunding of 001sdlnf -
the temperature ,of .body,depends upon speed .';It Is like tuberculosis !: hunt ducks or any other migratory. Th drought,. the drop 'In business ,. front 1...UO to $tOO,00Standard -. and a unpaid like .amourt bonded I..bl-
PersonalTac
reptile. everywhere.An;' eerm..1 birds .Uncle Sam'aella the ducks activity., the recurrence Jol< from 0821.50to Oil Company.$..00..0. I e4hso.nt said County .for th.of paV a1dCounty

have a superb amount of. and if. you kill one without the serious labor trouble and ,* other Southern Ball'. Telephone ft Tl*- sent.f which. tb pledged.epedit an" I".t
,0 h. been
> .. normal. There.,. license It isn't justsquaring graph Co.' PersonaL Tax from 8581." Court CC
be even neat stamp on your In thiS
'- of another editor swingirt1usly tq factors are not promising any taU. ,tttSUOO.Oe! caM petItion filed I.. *
And the mighty woman b.lor.
pen so many gloom carriers pessimism things"'with the' Inspector boom., Seaboard Air- Lin- Railway ''Co.;; : aforaldHonor will be' heerd soil Court 'I'
According to the latest statistics the motorists in for the Florida conservation ,17 ml lea .D. T4 .11 .", lIe. s.T".aimU. .- Jude. ot "Iorl""
: ., peddlers, and thelike that If an I Ii However, th.re"1s" 'no cause far >Wan.. Branch.. !.*& mile tile Court House lit Stark., at
this country run.into over thirty million. The others escaped. individual didn't glow a bit with i department-Its a federal cue I undue pessimism.-* 'nation ,Is Bid Track .8' miles MM Track: on the 8th day of aept.and 1934.eseI"t.nr
and
o'clock M., you
i the elements of hope and faith he and two printed ducks will be I from 11301.00 to faevtl-t.o A. sn.f rI"Bt"-
.
Mount Dora Topic. .. better off than It was: mast of us Sinclair' Refining {'o. Paraonal Tax you are hereby .Utl..d ..
.- would find himself In the middle much cheaper than one dead duck hay the prospect of Improvement from $3415.00 C to H7M.OO. ... tGapp.a" .t tita tim. end It Pie"an"

-' 0 ,'.11' of a perpetually dark night. A with feathers on.,,* Sov see UncleSam.ssburg I W I not, the reality.and hop runsnigh 8uwann i5oo.no MtorePersonaf.t.. $1000.0n., ; 7a x .you. ,.'lIa"01'14.'or If It. any show there cauSe b.., whYsaid "It. !

According toJoe: Wilson of the Alachua' County'News, whale of a lot of optimism ..la rsquired CommerciaL: again. .,Materially. tha. gains TrAm Wealrrn I'nlon T..l."rai>n ('0; :r.raonal .. "RafundlnV tt-w .HOldS ""
and e<
,. &7J..* liOO.... not b. .alldaled "lflrtJJriinfarnltr
Tax from $ .
to think to
merely normally.
be .
not recorded but
tell is good exercise but this is may spiritually ... with the prayer
all doctors walking ; justanother'instance Wei the und. .."... do herebycertify '" tblaws ''
don't If there la DANGER OF BOBBOWINO and '"'*"
Now worry. I. said petition ..
anyone the average American Is farfnm that th* foregoing .. a Ire.end E? ," .oil
wherein M. D.'s don't and Won't take, the thing the world needs today; It Listen to ,'a"classic. prlntshop whipped and will male a correct Hat of the real. and peraonal of the StjH 01 FlorIda

I remedies they prescribe for others. Is optimism. The nation is suffering .story:T 'i real come-back.Crescent, City council property.;alulae; aa*quall a board>*4 by of tha equaliser city tea.I5f'W am1.io". a4: aftil"he I Ita'".
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ronnto MI Mv' ha ...
from scarcity of enthusiasm- One upon a Urn anlckle-nurs- Journal. .. sso'I .f t he .
0- official bi"tU4 !
Fort: Mead* L ader., er Mat his. kid to borrow the neighhoVe SI la wltneae. whereof W. hare hr* Court at.Stark. ri ,. IIIII!

Remarks the New Smyrna Daily News; Some court stenographers paper,. and the kid ,upset; a I Thre' million rats are living la by dat aubacrlbed above mentioned.our names. .".and the I- dap'of 8.91., 1fl4. 8.
I. TUOMA ..
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take down, as many.aa fifty thousand words a day University students tore ywngerthan btv* of bees and soon was'covered Paris according to the health auvthoritle Chairman.W. L. WAfX.City Cooaetl. Clerk: of the Circuit, ''C"'

.mor rtnariran'ordinary stenograpber,takes irra month, and were their predsxeeaora j to wIth bumps.; His .lather ran. to ther*.They destroy about I!! $tark.., r..... .I -etal of the Circuit'w.nlr-.lall of tM Judli..
18-1. ,.Tbs- ag. average ha.dae.|tt*. .keipkIsa4. Ida ........ $.IG.oQoI worth of. .food .vw'y I Ate.. : lands., IC and Set Brad"rI"
tmoct as many a* some husbands take la an eut "" "r"" :' I 'j({....:...;. .,. ud ....1IMII '., ." .."Mr.' : 'Ctttr !:IDr". _,'I"_ ." ''' 1- t' i'Ylr.
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