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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 28, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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IE .FIMlY: -- .- i __ ___-__ __ .__ .. .___ .. STARK30' FLORIDA,_ FRIDAY. SEI"rE6iBEg_! ,.1934. _. .__ .__ '. _. ._ _. .... .. .. ..._.... _NUMBEU'.. ._ __H __FOKTY.SE"EN'OL ._ ___ __.


[ or k Progresses Gasoline And Fertilizer Kerosene Show Crew Of Workmen Perry Speak G. Wall Here'To Saturday Berries' Win From Senator To Speak Wm.Here C. Monday Hodges Credit' Association : ;


Marked Increase -,
On Tax AmendmentSenator

)n Local Airport Gasoline kerosene consumption Busy Repairing i citizen Ferry who O. Wall has a prominent statewide Tampa repu-j Daylight Sunday, Wm-C. Hodges, President President Returns

In Bradford County during the tation as a speaker* will of the Horn Owner's League

,month of August, 1934, was:: Gas speech 'on the Home Exemption I of whirlwind
Florida making a
'rector'Long Says ollne'72.337 gallons,' and kerosene, County Bus.Routes Amendment here la front' of H. C.WaU's I Again Ties SeriesTwo tour of the entire state, wilt speakIn After Meeting yJp';

:.6,681' gallons. No sales of signal office on East Call Street Starke, Monday October 1 at !

oils were reported by the Inspection _. Saturday, Sept 28, ?.beginning, at .b 11:00 a. m.)In behalf of the pas- i '

lint Hundred And Twenty Acres Bureau Department of Agrl, Eighty FERA Workmen Busy'Ou 12:00: o'clock. Gome Each Were Lost In sag of the proposed Homestead ,. A. B. Surrnnry Attends Meeting.. of I'i:
Field-Sixty Acres Now culture of Tallahassee CroseCountyCanalDrWe. Everyone ,Invited to hear Wall Opponent*' Own Back Yank Exemption Amendment to be voted President* and Other Official. i
| In Cleared and Being Harrowed Fertilizer sales for, tints county Strawberry Section speak on this .subjuct which Is Starke Take. Lat Game on at the November election. Of Association

during the same period of time one of the most Widely 'discussedat Senator Hodges, who is presi .

were sixty-six >tons according to Eighty men are busy employedby the. present timeComfortei )/ *. (By LESTER SCHNELL) dent-elect of the next state Senate, Returning from Columbia where) : 1 I
I "When the airport project is the report.A the FERA repairing the various ,.f' % \V The Starl" nine h a advocated exempting the he attended a meeting of the presidents I\\I'WI)
under > Strawberry
ipleted, which la BOW comparison of figures with school bus routes In Bradford split with Daylight% In the home and small farms of Florida ( and other officials of the '1,
past "
instruction under the supervision those for the same month of 1933 Factory credit associations of
and
City
Starke and County that have long needed the week's two games' to throw the from all State, County production
the local FERA, show a marked'Increase on all North Carolina,' South Carolina. a.
have another attention of a shovel according to North Florida County League taxation for the past twenty years 11f.4. :
will
idford County three products. ,Gasoline sales Increased the work division of the local Ad &*t Before speaking In Starke Mr. Georgia and Florida A. B. Surrency iiti
tar r added to their crowns In the this year over the same ministration., Be HereTo championship series again Into a Hodges will address the people of president of the Starke Production ;rf<
Opened deadlock at two each. The "
With
ray of Improvements.field Starke; should our period last year by 15,900: gallons\ In the mileage there Is Included Grocers took advantage games of' their Lawtey, there the same day at Credit Association says that ,
eW airplane while kerosene showed a 2,779 gal- will in at the meeting indicated "
9:46: a m., and speak report
for this part approximately forty miles of road breaks here Thursday\ and took a
sub-station
nine a lon Increase The sales of fertilizer' and there Is Brooker at 300; p. m., and at that the 'officials were expecting S
These the'ords now better than fifteen Comforter. one-sided affair 90. Contrary to
1 the State .were In Bradford County Increasedthis miles of the Furnish For Needy Hampton at 4:00: p. m., and from 100 per cent collections In the four S
route reworkedand
i that E. C. Long acting dlwKiut "year by thirty-seven tons to Factories Established In custom, the Grocers seem to enjoy the latter will to Waldo and' states of this district this falU
go
i In better
a for
for the FERA shape traveling better luck here than at home,
of operations the corresponding period of last Various District v Gainesville Mr. Hodges will givean "It was brought out at the meeting
than It has been
lately. their last two here
the winning starts
lere said In regard to airport -'-- "
year.< address In Gainesville '''that said Mr. Surrency "that the
k-ork that Is being carried on un- .. Another crew of, workmen employed while never-Jsavtng/ won before On "
The FERA in'an effort to keep night at 8:00: p. m. which will be collections from the tobacco beltsof r
Icr his supervision.: by the FERA are now at needy destitute families In Florid the, other hand. Manager Wall'smen broadcast over the University of North Carolina. South Carolina ;

I One hundred and twenty acres Resolution Sent t work on the New Rlver-Lawtey from being exposed to the cold have beaten the Grocers in Florida Radio Station,. WRUF, and Georgia were good, many far- /+
of Starke canal that is to their last two starts on foreign
Ibout two miles south oncad II proposed aid straw which will ultimately lead to 111 mers having paid up their obllga- -Y Sitlona
selected for therport berry In this and other oil.-' Last Sunday they whitewashed .
I 13 has been growers health,'' during the coming winter to the associations with the ,'JS
site. At present sixty parts of the county, especially in the Grocerymen on Durkee alone. -
> months, is establishing comforter proceeds from their tobacco -
I To Various Orders the ; Field 40. '. I Veteran PrisonWardenAide'
Is clearedd Lawtey vicinity. Growers and
crew of the land being factories in various districts\ In It, Is believed that the prevailing
harrowed and, plowed by relief truck farmers know that the Law I the state and expects ,to have, by Starke 0;, Daylight, 9. prices for cotton and tobacco will
clients which -wUr put It In I tey and Starke districts have been the time cold weather' sets In Playing with a. horseshoe In one enable e v e r' y farmer-borrower f
lint class condition. '' Propose Establishment Of A San- noted for some few years for being I enough comforter*}to ,, give to Its pocket and a rabbit's foot In the Dies whose loan was secured by those

In making the airport ready'for I' Itorlnm. .Adequate For Needs'Of easily drowned out In time of hard I ftlxty-flv thousand home. in Florida other the Daylight 'nine ran wild two crop to pay their loans ;

using aviators, Mr. Long states State rains which fact has coat the respective whose members are',in need to pile up a 9-0 score over the promptly In full.
ut the now has under conatruc- "' growers thousands of dohlare o Nice Berries her Thursday. It was the "Th collection this fall from
"In Ao state Is the need of hoc of them. soft cotton comforters Captain L. E. Moneley lad ServedAa
011 one of the driveways that will pltallzatlon greater than In Flor- In the loss of. strawberry will cover the beds of needy good breaks combined with well Deputy At State Farm For these four' states have already

eve for an emergency landing I ida, where so many people come plants as well as fruit. 'It Is the families in this county along withothers bunched blows that gave the GroI Tw nty-Oii YearsLawrence mounted to over 91.600,000 indicating ;

bleb will be completed within theext for benefit of our climate and who Intention of Work Director E' C... according to Mrs, T C I cers' the game a genuine desire on the partof c
t thirty days at the latest. The without proper facilities become a Long who Is acting in that capacity i Barton Social Service'Director.Within ., Pete McKinley was a bit off and the farmer-borrowers to wipe '
veway will Include plenty ofpaw public charge.. states Mrs Lucia during, the absence of the regular two weeks, perhaps,' the was removed In favor of "Sp..d"Harvey' E. Moseley 49;'' veteran out their obligations as quickly aa :t

i for such landings as It Is five 8. Alvarez, chairman of the Bradford director of operations to factory will open In Stark, oat, at after three Innings. Harvey .deputy arden of the State possible In order to protect their :

_unfired feet wide and over thirty- County Tuberculosis and make the project, when completed, least as soon as materials are received lasted until the eighth and'Ab- Prison Farm, died early Tuesday credit standing save themselves ?

|*o hundred feet long. Health Association, and with this one of the most beneficial to residents with which to begin.work.The bott finished the Job. The Berries night at his' home at the Farm, after Interest charge and protect the
Airport markers, furnished by.e of those districts. The canal found it a hard matter to reach stock. j
in view the following resolutionhas Legion Hall has been deslgnat- lingering Illness of several value of their ,
State Road Department, :ware. been presented to all fraternaland which begins in the Lawtey vicinity ed as the place for the work to be Jake Bunch's side-arm slants with a "Mr. 8. M. Garwood production

[erected by a crew of workmen under religious! organizations, various winds Its way down the carried on by the. ladles from the any effect He limited them to months. credit'commissioner of the Farm
Mr Long's direction Tuesday; people of prominence and all county and will empty Into New relief rolls. three hits two of which went to Capt. Moseley was born la VI-

lies* will aid aa a guide to passing physicians of the county for their River. This drainage will furnisha In three other. towns of this Jimmy Ritch. cilia, Georgia in 1889, and moved Ingtpn. ,, ,

motorists and others concerned.' endorsement which will be forwarded great outlet for the surplus Water county the FERA' sewing rooms Th Grocerymen. embarked their to Starke with his portnts, at thai our first duty Is to protect the t'"'

Seventy-five men are employed to Governor Bholts Florida collected during over-drench will begin another', active season attack In the very first Inning, the age of ten years. On October Claw B stock In tb*' production'''

011 this project, Some of them aregaged Tuberculosis" Board. Florida! lag ,ra\n\ .< There are about ten Monday, October,,|1, using FERA when Moley having fanned, Fulton 28, 1917, h* was united la mar credit .oclatlooa--th. stock held

In the erection,"of fence Tuberculosis sad HIID'JUsocla-o miles of this canal that will be relief roll women, to"do .the work. doubled over th.,,I'ahort field rlag to Miss 'Edith' Manning, by the farmer-borrower; lie said

ts which will later have wlr.retcbed tion and Florida Medical Association dug and cleared In the course'of' At Hampton Brooker and Lawtey, fence, took third ,on Guntl's rol- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Manning it would obviously be unfair to tins

upon them and others as an expression of the people the work. the ladles will begin mending garments ler to the box and scored on a of Starke, and to this union farmer who paid his loan! lnt/\, ll' 11

lira working .9ft,the plowing and of our community: regard to -- ,,.sewing,ckS h'?toe..needy, pssaed'ball., Copps doubled to were born, four ,children ,,all, of to> hava his stock: Laapalll per-,
"clearing of the lands..j the proposed establishment of''''a children, and doing either work for right but C. Guntl! fifnned.. whom survive him muting some other farmerborrowP! P

FERA. 'official have spoken Sanltorlum adequate to the needsof .. Water Oak( .Bridge! families who are unable to supply .'.IDth..t1rd.KOley.;; ; walked :and 1 Capt. Moseley bad ben connected e. to evade his obligations.. Vv I;" -. k,

highly "of the work'done on the this state. a autflcl.ntamount' of clothingfor II Fulton bunted'both 'men ,beingsafe with the Florida State Farm forth 'The fact that productioncreditassociation 1
airport and we' feel proud of the RESOLUTION themselves. t' Ritch ''cam In to take Ch. last twenty-one years having 'do not loan government

project which will mean much WHEREAS.. legislation was enacted To Be Mrs Barton also stated that I Guntl's bunt Ft ,Hall ''covering received his appointment aa deputy money was stressed by Mr.
progress to the town when finished. In 1927 calling for an Insti- Replaced there will not be a sewing room In flret.'- H. slipped'' In attempting to warden during the administration Garwood. The Federal Intermediate '4

Airmail lines are being.estab- tution In Florida for the tubercu- Stark as there was last year but 1 make the catch, Moley and Fulton of the first superintendent D. Credit Bank'which discount
lobed In other parts of the state; lous andWHEREAS that the comforter factory,will be scoring. F.' Hall took Copp's high W Purvis and having served later the paper of 'the** associations

and aa Starke Is one of the "be ; there is a high Bridge Near Sapp" Crossing For active for this county only In this fly and then C. aunt) rolled to first, under the superlntendency of J. S. gets Its fund by selling debenture t

tween towns" of the southern part death rate from this disease in Several Year Impassable Will Ch..Guntl scoring. .Rosenblatt was Butch and the present warden, L. to the Investing' public. Far'mers'

of the State and Jacksonville, this Florida and a. shortage of approx. Be Replaced-Start Soon city.Employment will be furnishedfor hit by a'pitched ball but F,. Hall 11', Chapman. He also held this borrowing t h r.o' ugh:?: production ildl

project should bring recognition imately 800 beds to meet the minimum about ions hundred and fifty tossed out Bell. office during the administration of credit associations are dependent,

!from state officiate in making the requirements for hospltalization One of the most, Important projects women in both tha.jsewtng rooms A;;aln In the fourth after Mo- Governors Trammel, Catts, .Har-" on marketability of the debentures
local port a substation for mall and< the comforter factory Callum singled to center. Harvey dee;; Martin; Carlton and Sholtc. of the Federal Intermediate
and to get underway here In re
Hues, should an airmail .route tuberculosis takes i went In'and Bunch sent him down As Captain Moaeley h* was well Credit Banks In financial centers ,
to established through here as WHEREAS between cent months, which Is being sponsored one. bunt;. Moley popped up to known and respected throughout Mr. Garwood said; p
toll In
times and Ideas progress. Its greatest persona 45"when Its victims by the Board of Bond Trustees F. E.. R. A. Recreational Carter,. Fulton again doubled over the state- "Th entire production credit
the of IS: and
ages are of the most value to their In connection with the FERA', Pro gram Progresses; the fence and scored 'McCallum. Funeral.ervIC..* were held system I I. established Mr. 0...-'

communities. is the repairing of all faulty Lawtey Elects Council Ch. Guntl tanned.. Thursday afternoon at two-thirty wood further brought out with the 7
Bell opened ,the sixth with a o'clock at the family residence idea of making the 10WC:08credit:
Elks RE-
To Honor BE IT
THEREFORE
in
NOW the In order
bridges to
county double to McCallum filed with Rev.' O. K. Cull of Tampa centers. long
SOLVED that the .....________. right of these financial ;
and the get them Ina, passable condition Th new, baseball psrkfor the to Jones Bunch singled to center assisted by Chaplain L. O. Sheffield available to other,iaduatrles, avail- ,
urge the selection of a site of this Institution while such funds' are available. city wilt be'under construction af-. and went to second on the throwin of the Florida State Farm. In able to farmer and stockmen ,

Sup LIe Chapman Immediate In construction order to protect the One part of ,the project calls for ter the necessary J steps have been Bell scortng., Moley. rolled to charge of the service., ,Th Rev throughout the country through
\
taken by the FERA and city coun first and F. Hall. tacit Fulton'* Mr. Cull baptised Captain Moseley their own collective action
the of the
Water Oak
health: and replacing
public cil. E. C. Long acting supervisorof bounder.Rosenblatt. __. I twenty-two years ago Into the "If the production credit association
Mrnt Meeting Night In October In BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, bridge across the creek near the FERA works In this county walked to open the Christian Church, of which he wasa are to be successful' Mr.
that this resolution be spread up- Sapp crossing that has been Impassable that he will make effortto I of his death. t
every member at the time
Bell continue
Lake says eighth. singled through sec I Garwood told us. "and to
City Will B* "Chapman _______..__
on the minutes of the for, at least, the past two the when completed,
NIp*" make park ond. McCallum popped to Ritch. Interment followed In the family to meet tarmer.' needs, the associations
and copies be sent to Honorable years. When this is completed of. the best in the entire Lake,
-: one Bunch doubled to right, scoring plot at Klngsley Cemetery must continue to be run on
David Sbolts. Governor of Florida, it will provide a better passageway South Rosenblatt. Abbott replaced Har- 'with the DeWItt C. Jones Com. a purely, business basis that will

of L- F. Chapman, superintendent Florida Tuberculosis Board Florida for the school children in gettingto The recreational program for vey. Moley was safe on Copeland's pany, funeral directors, in charge. Insure the repayment of loans by
I the State Prison Farm at Rala and Health Association I l
Tuberculosis the bus routes and will allow
ford Lawtey got underway this week error Bell scoring Fulton hit Rites at the grave were conductedby borrower and the efficient management -
E1ka',< past president of the State Florida Medical Association -'farmers of that section to get Into and the people of that community 1 through the box. Ch..Guntl singled : Ralfqrd Lodge, No. 82, F. A. of the association. '|{|
Association, and also past other Interested parties. I Starke business
and on or with wehighly enthusiastic over it. ,
M.
but the a
through second scoring Moley "Mr. Ernest Graham, presl- |
be exalted ruler of DeLand Lodge will I their products easier and without ,The recreational council composedof Fulton was caught at third Pallbearer were; Honorary dent of the Production Credit Cur- {HI
signally honored In ,Lake City Court Convenes I extra mileage. nix citizens of Law- I Dr.. C. D. j*M
L. F.
at County prominent 'Starke :O. Bupt. Chapman poratlon of Columbia also told u*
the 41 Daylight
first meeting night in October Here Light Docket According to members of the tey. has elected Mr. M. L.. Ed- ; |,"VVhltakr of Marlanna James G.Godwin'M. that h* expected 100 per cent colI.ctlona 'r ;
when the Lake City Lodge ; Bond the workon With Old Man Jinx prevailing
Board of Trustees wards and Mr. Joe Shuford to 1. Crews, R. H. 'Cox and Insisted that the
Win Install a class of candidates .A regular term: -of; county judge'scourt the actual reconstruction: of serve as community directors; over Daylight again the Strawberries P. IX Fanchor Dr. H. B. McLen- ciation must be run on strictly asso-l' ;o

411I the"Chapman Night." In honor of was held this week at the this bridge will begin next week, both of them have had experienceand took the second In successionover don and B. H. Dickens; Active, M. business principles" 4 14|

Il occasion Exalted Ruler John courthouse with a light docket; unless plans are upset from some are expected to carry the program the Grocers on. Durkee Field E. Griner.;' J. L. Robinson, W. H. .
al Davis win. on behalf of the lo- only a few cases came before thing unforeseen. The county, so on successfully.At Sunday by 4-0.;, Manager Rudy Jones''W.:'B. Granger W. A.Kel-; Road-Bridge Bond |i

lodge officers and membership County Judge E. K, Perryman to speak. Is furnishing the proper present the local Recreational Majors lad are' undoubtedly lost .ray-and V. N. Geiger' Held ?&
fiend an Invitation to the DeLand and were disposed of In the following material to build the bridge while Directors have obtained enough when taken away from their home ss"rvlringare: hi. widow, i Mr. Hearing I..

Put uki' Lodge to take a prominent manner: the local FERA 'Win work with funds&0' purchase r some j equipment I diamond back at the old cross Edith: Moseley; Four children At Court House ,|J JTb

In the initiation. Florida vs. Herman them In furnishing the labor. The .'such a. diamond ball, bat., roads. J Beatrice, Lillian Edna Mo and '- -
of
Mr. Chapman In recognized by State with using profane bridge, which will be approximately and other necessary i 'articles, to I However,. we're .not 'exactly superstitious Lawrence E., Jr., Mosly; and ,.validating ,proceedings for .WS
*. Lake City Lodge aa aa adopt. Geigercharged and indecent language one hundred feet long will contain furnish the achool'children: of the so w.'.* not giving! all on* sister, Mrs. R. 0., Ganann'of refunding both issues of outstand- :I jj
III member, because of bill good at. vulgar place.; Pleaded all new material from end to local school fun and games during the credit to any particular Jinx. DeLanuV lag road and bridge bond to the, 'j\}\

"mlance and ability to induce proJPectlve In and a public was fined ten dollars end, It has been stated by author! recreational period*. A diamond combin-ed, ,,, sum of W9T.OOO. for Bradford l'M
Elks ,to affiliate there. guilty of court, or In default' ities. It Is easily understood that In ball square baa been cleared off;' : County wa held at the court house >$
:S an outstanding member of and coat a lime of high water that It will and, beginning at 0:30: each morn- ed the day.' ""Lefty: Jo*" one more W. J. KERSEYFuneral her Tuesday morning uj
*
order Mr. la called sixty days In jaiL cam Into his own dishing out four The of the hearing was >;
Chapman of Florida vs. Bill Morris, be' rather difficult for those who tag a recess period 1* given every : services held Tuesday purpose ;
-u to Install lod..oIftcen. in State with using profane vulgar travel to town from that section' half hour; two classes are accommodated safe hit la the abut-out., Hits ,, afternoon at four o'clock at to let anyone of the taxpayers appear !
e Lake la, State charged ware few and far between for Daylight and enter a plea 'or show 3Jjcaus
order.
City here without
and Indecent language In a of the county to get each time until all classes B ulah Church for W, ,J Kersey ,
"Delation work h* Is among the Pleaded guilty and extra mileage while the. .bridge Is. have had a turn.,,. ._, __ and'they cOOldD.t'.ven. coax who'died Monday at his*horn at why' the bonds'should not yjtb j:
ft Ten In holding the Lake City public place.ten dollars and cost of yet impassable. ". Th town team court will be improved .. a run out,of Sparkmaa.: He also Green Cove, Springs.. Interment I validated. After meeting of O
"nJzation of 10.000 member was fined in Work on another bridge that Is and put into playing order.'I whiffed elevn of the Dayllghters. : the proper officiate" at which time ''J
days
la the Church Cemetery.
sixty mad
In default; was
behind the Harry Anna Crippled court. Ir being done Jointly by this and Union and Ii th* school basket ball court !The Berrymen collected seven Ma MrvKrs. was a native of no objection wer* mad, the final ;-ji i|
|*Mren'a Home Elkevolence. Jail off Bunch and Suggs, four of y decree was signed by Circuit Judge M
and other vs. Lonnle Powell Counties Is the Scout Hoebridge win be improved for tile playing of glee Georgia but, had lived la Green
Florida
"" .. State of which were extra base knock It A. Z. Adkln, validating the bond. j 4JGENERAL
''The charged1' with'using profane, near Brooker that bad been basketball. tennis and other ,ball Cove Spring** for the .last fifty '
Lake City':Lodge expects since the heavy rainsthat took but three Innings for the local .
/?make the of vulgar and Indecent language Ina Impassable gams. : to'send Jake "Alice" Bunch! years.. JOHNSON" RESIGNS #1
Chapman das ODe of the Recreational *
Pleaded guilty and came In the earlier part The objective of tine Survivor. are his. widow, Mr.
Ibe most Important. event booked public place. of A crew of workmenIs sponsored by the fed'era : back to the woodpile, but Johnny' HYDE PARK. N.>Y., Sept. 27The $J
and cost present year. Program France Kersey six daughter.
dollars
ten ;
fined "fl
the Elks' this was : cam*, la to do creditable, fiery General Hugh 8. John-
calendar there and Suggs
this Jointly for .k* to create
In on project government 8.
14r. court In default sixty: days btury Mrs. J. B. Austin and Mrs. H. %!
or ? Admlnls
relief V resigned Tuesday as
son
counties.*and it Is believed of education designed job.Bunch's
.! the two foster a program Norman of Lawtey; Mrs George
undoing began la the trator of the National Recovery
Jail.State of Florida vs. Eddie :MoClaln. that the work will be complete to promotea" constructive 'I Benton, and Mrs. H. L., Burnett; of Roosevelt oc'M gm
SAFE!: DRIVING. \ charged with"using profane.vul..ar within the next few weeks. This us* of leisure time and to add to ,first,when J. Hall singled throughthe Tallahassee; Mrs.,Olive Han of Act and President
to' withdrawal with a'mu-
box: went second on Carter's cepted his
h.... and Indecent language,m a will help the Bradford and Union the cultural gala wi the commune Green. Cove Spring, ahd Mr*. Beu. v.'
sacrifice sad scared' on tual undemanding to project NRA 9f|
Florida and County travel greatly aa It was rather ity. Walkner West Virginia
Ian ;
has no stock: ewe. con public place. Pleaded guilty Ritch' double over third. Abbott or. Into an Immediate reorganization .til
cost of hard for much of the Union -w three E. E. H. U. and L. R.
11gaeoUy ,
and
son
uv fined ten dollars I '
of the countiesrc doubt her that
many was stemmed a double to right scoring There waa no ;
tUe default sixty days In County trade does to the river looget BIG RATTLER HILLED: j Kersey all of Green Cove Springs. M
roam the highways at court or"In 1 I without extra mileage Ritch; the President and Johnson are good $
effe. to Brooker.
: Hundred of accidents are Jalt- i Woodall doubted, friend aDd that after'the'Wesryr'
eq 'It hard for Bradford W. M. Norman of the Rising In 'th* third. *
to cattle roaming. on the high State .of Florida vs. Sherman aa to was visit various parts of the section killed a rattlesnake In has :and Abbott was safe on a high fly.' Th*' Island of Pinto 'Naoa.CUI.br. rid very tired General .bas,;-, a .ti'jU\
no sad this |
h a& nlghU carefully.DO ment. Pound guilty but was not I adjoining the county.Board In the sUp taken aooa. Th saak measured three :a triple to,cster, scoring both. of Panama belong to tile America arduous emergency rrecovetyYor) :; .-.i.|, f l'| "9
4 ao date .... sentenced: hold them Panama Canal dMIM.wtJ&...WWlrgatiaccept r' 1{,;
"- are until la this matter aa it smut mean the feet and nine inches In I length, and Sugg thai caIN In ta section of tae ( '
little Ie the vldntty oC.rousing Court took aa adjournment ; of a long felt,a# d. lad eight TtttlM am'LbUtfdn. 'sxiorcl*** ftorn.thL'potot.'t" Zoo. able, for a new asatgnmot.i4'Y,. 'f'
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Y 1 TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY" SEPTEMBER
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BROOKER ZIFF TIIERESSA BOOTSET&' BEACH HAMPTON HIGHLANDM. Mary and Mamie Wilkinson
at
"+ Miss Vera Gttlney Correspondent: Miss Lula Mo Lewis, Cor. SU IIhodii Ztlg-lrr. CorrcupnndritlMr. Mra L, CJnukltt. Cur..t THtmn Ad. Nlnino, Correspondent. K. Crews, Correspondent: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew WllkW
and
children of
"' "" Lawtey
Mrs Irene Coon and sons, and and Mrs: J.- R. Adklna ; will at were vL
I". T. A. Meet of Mrs J. L. Gasklns spent several Revival services begin Mr. and Mra. W. M. Wimberly tore here Sunday
The Brooker P. T. A. held Its : Mr. and Mra. Roy Pears of Lake Jacksonville are visiting the lat. days last week tit Starke having the Methodist Church next Sunday of Starke visited relatives here Mrs. L. J. Norman and >Miss n,
Butler relatives here ter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R, night September the thirtieth Everybody Norman spent the
W regular meeting: Tuesday September were visiting Swindle.. been called there on the account Wednesday and Thursday week-end wit
11. The pupils from G. E. this week-end. of the serious Illness of her sister Is invited.J. Joe Lester of Jacksonville wall Mrs. WUfard Dinkins
Mr. 'and Mrs John Jordon and attended W- M. BUrkISi
McGauley's and Harmon Mor- of W, Horne family Wlmbwly of
Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Ben Mrs. C. A. Moody. a business visitor here Friday. +
gan' rooms presented a short pro- Blue Pond announce the arrival of the funeral of Mrs; Home'sbrother Barnel Fairrloth of Clay Hill Monday here with relatives.
gram at the conclusion of which ny Sapp or Starke were In our section a baby girl born September 20, Robert and A.. J. Crawford at- at Reeseville, South Carolina suction had the misfortune to J. L. Rafuse of .Jacksonville
Friday. 1934. The has been named tended the Primitive Baptist Association a business visitor
baby this
d' was a debate. Resolved: That Robert week. break' his leg Saturday: while here Monday
i E. Lee Was a Greater General Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Irma Lee. in Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall had as loading blocks here. : Mrs. H. C. Wimberly went 'I t
Than U. S. Grant. Four pupils children spent last Sunday at Graham Mrs. S. W. Griffith of Miami la Miss Mary Gasklns returned to dinner guests'last Sunday, Mr. and : Starke Monday to spend a fe
meld
;f from Mr. McGauley's room were with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs her home in Winter Haven Sunday I Mrs. E. L. Youngblood and children Mr., t and:>. e Mack. of and Maxvllle children visIted days with her daughter,. Mrs N,
on the affirmative side and four daughter and son-in-law,. Mr. and A. L. Sullivan. after spending' the past several I and Mr. and Mra. Wilbert Martha son T, Green.
from Mr. Morgan's room on the Mrs. J. W. Dyal. Rev. J. Newton of Starke filled months here visiting friends and I Hall and daughter, all of Waldo. friends here Wednesday and Mrs. J. .W. Griffis and Carat
negative. The decision was given Mr. Rufus Prescott and Rev. his regular appointment at Hope relatives. Miss Mildred Byrely, Is having ,Saturday. M. Grlffla were visitors to Start
In favor of the affirmative side Boyd of Tennessee are visiting Mr. Baptist Church Saturday night Little Colon Thompson of Worthington built near her residence In the Mr. and Mrs: L. J, Norman Mlsn Wednesday,
J After this the banner was voted tow Prescott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Sunday Springs Is spending some western part of town, a filling station Cleo Norman, Miss Maggie Crew .
; be awarded O. E. McGauley's S. L. Prescott. ,Elder J. Mullady of Putnam Hall time here with his uncle and aunt, : and grocery store. and Miss. Kathleen: Hardee'were DOUBLE RUN
room. Mrs Mack and Mrs. Carl preached an interesting/sermon at Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson. W. H. Maxwell of Jacksonville hopping in Starke Saturday. Freda Brown, CorrespondentMr.
The president: Mrs Rand Crews Hough spent the last of this weekIn the Christian Church here Sunday Mr. and Mrs.I B. L. Prlvitt and was a business visitor here, this Mrs Nelson T. Green and children and Mrs-
I week. Mr. Maxwell was formerly of Starke spent Sunday here Randolph Boree ,
presided over the business! part of Jacksonville with friends and afternoon Miss Villa Prlvltt accompaniedMelson
the meeting. After hearing reports relatives and while there they attended Mrs. O. A. Thrower Woodrow Prlvltt to ''Hiiliard, where : a ,resident, of our town, and has with Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Jacksonville Mrs. L. U. were visiting Mr an
friends here who are always family. Morgan: Sunday
s from the various committees plans the Association. Thrower, Mrs. B. L. Varnes and they spent the week-end the guest many noon. afte
ot Maxvllle
S E. Godwin
I to him Rev.
were discussed! for the making of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Howard and children, Mr. and Mrs. Knox of relatives.Mr. glad see
Mra. W. R. Jackson, Mrs. H. F. held regular services at the Baptist Mrs Mamie Grlffia and
Mr
which la to be raffled otf .I in
a quilt children and Mrs. R. B. Thomas Thrower and children Mr. and .
and Mra. C. A. Moody of Jessie Wooten of
Chesser and Mrs. Eliza Hall were Church Sunday morning. Lawtey
wet
the future. The next meet- '
', near were visiting relatives In Jackson- Mrs. L. J. Moon and children all
Ing will be held the second Tues Penney Farms are receiving congratulations transacting business. In Gainesville Mrs, Elsie Nesbeth, Mrs H. C. guests of Mrs. O. L. Brown Thur
ville Saturday.Mr of
Jacksonville were visiting at over the arrival of a last Friday. Wlmberly Miss Beth Wimberly, day afternoon.Mrs. .
'day In October. and Mrs J. B. Thomas spent the home of J. J. Zeigler Sunday. little: daughter, born Sept. 21, Mrs. Mrs. Mattle A. Ward left this Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson M. Paul Glovers and Paulir
several days of this week In Jack- Calvin Triest of Stuart is visit- Moody will be remembered here as week for Bricevllle and Jackson- Griffis were visitors to Starke Rosier of Lawtey, Misses Lois an

x Among those IVrnonulM attending the Primitive -,,sonville with. their son,. Mr. H. K. ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee.Mr. ville, where she will visit friendsand Saturday evening.W. Mary Judd of this section wer
tli Baptist Association at Thomas.We Trleat. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard and relatives for several weeks. J. Bailey and Bill Reid of guests of Mrs. L. P. Jarvls Sunda
i Jacksonville last week-end were are very glad to say that I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. SIbley of children of Woodlawn were visit Mrs. J. Pursley has recently Jacksonville were business visitors afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hazen Mr. and the revival meeting at Deadon I Starke were visiting her parents ing Mr. and Mrs R. N. Crawford been visiting her daughters, Mra. here Monday. Fred Bryan of Olustee spent th
church will continue for another I Mr. and Mra. C. A. Youngbloodlast church at T.. T. Blackburn week end with his
Mrs E. M. Hazen and son Mph Evergreen Saturday : Teuten and: Mrs. Carpenter, of Pa- Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. an
Mrs., D. W. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs week. week. night and Sunday. latka. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Groves Misses Mrs. B. L. Bryan.

S H.. P Gainey, Mrs J. J. Morgan.We .
are very sorry to report that I "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"Bill Collectors Beware ---By POP MOMAND
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Mrs Lubede Plnholster, Mrs. H.
Gainey and Clifton Polk are on the ......----"- -M-' .-
sick Hat at this writing. We all 16UG55 Ye-4- nr'LL. X: MAx14.DN'V z'M LoOKINCS ;rM FROM TMB cou..AAUM*
saPUITH
KK wish, them a speedy recovery. SCMuLTZiaTN' F4S'S NtfrBU1 DOUBT fr-- FoQ!1: AL.O"'C'SIUS COLLECTING AGENCYI'NI: : I-URe
** Mr. 'and Mrs. H. H. Mott are 4Ei r AG ZbUErlQun / A WHILE TwT'T; p MSc 'a'&lS ..1 10 CCLL&C.T A BILL. FOR Sc jjL.TC9
AS HIS QEFoRB SC44U-TLC MEAT I-1A "- "'tbu owe .
HIe.1
the proud parents of a baby boy A SIiBLi ALKNCt NoW
cotieaTt
born Friday, September 21. 1t TtRDAY .n44BERhEAMr 9/ICK DOORBELL? 1We.NTY Do1.LaRg Roil MeAT--
> TRY ITS AND FIFTYPBRSOMAJ bou..ARS
E. S. Gainey of Plant City was SQaaRT COU-CCT eVa. You'vt!.' F.ouNDMiH1wHAr FoIZ;
.; '' the guest of,his mother, Mrs. H. .1r au--OUR ,,,. IS E5!:
li WAS CAU .d -
( Gainey Sunday. aN TESIQ- ,
Mr.' aid Mrs. Eugene Hazen .Y. MIND?
I1 spent part of last week here as ,.e" -+r>l + P Wrbr.

4' guests of his mother, Mrs D. W. 'a
Hazen.

R. W. Brannen of Lake Butler :ale'l4y A

was visiting friends here Sunday. c 0.glHk
i w Mrs George Crotty of Jacksonville dt ,
.;il; la spending a few days hereas Y ti'i' Is -a'O'',i'i
? guest of her aunt Mrs. A. J. ,
Pin holster., 1 i:
e 111 ,"
Mr. and Mra. F. M. Sanderson n. } t
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of Tampa spent Sunday here as
guests of her mother, Mrs. D. W.I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR< In The Same Boat

Hazen. ., .. ...
:Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch off .
IT SAYS 1<0 9ATNk
:Ralford spent the week-end here I V CU, BV Dour! MtRi -e peopte or SQHT\, "AT LAST WE \ I
WHAT '
aa guest of her parents, Mr. and ABOUT WVf THAT KNOW OPPOSITE NATUReS MAMC TINS THAT W* ] .. NWCR "IAGRp
Mrs. L. A. Brown. ? ? t TM BEST MA>jr1 A0NIAMATCNl3' ARC tNPCCTtV / [ ON
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MATED It 11NYTa1NGt
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:Miss Ida Way Webb, who spent wtL!
Ia1 last week here aa guest of her I 1I >>

-., cousin, Miss Louise Webb has re. w T
turned to her home In Jackson 'r. a .a e
ville. ;

Mr and Mra. J. M. Mott were ,
transacting business In Starke

c' Saturday ra

Mr and Mrs P. A. Crosby are .e't
1+ spending this week aa guests of : '
Aytl, friends and relatives In Youkon. I'e.
Miss Edna Futch of Lawtey, ? .
? who has been spending a few day .
here as guest of Mr. and Mra. L. w d, t, .
ear .
B. Crosby, has returned home. 1 ,
Mr and Mrs Howard Summer II
of High Springs spent: part of last _
r week here aa guests of her mother,
Mr. Reta Brown.J. .
J. W. Pinholster of Tampa ;.Isis Q _
spending a few days here aa guest '
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a
of his mother Mra. A. J. Plnhol-

ater.Mr. and Mrs. R. O., Crosby and I THE MAIN :THING ON MAIN STREET"
1 Mr. and Mra. Ardell Crosby of ... -. 'By .ate F. Van Zelm

Youkon spent last week-end here .

.kr, aa guest of his parent, ilr. and Buu LE sZk
' Mrs. P. A. Crosby HAIN1trl: tolE SAW ...141MSH 'T'H6 BATTL.Q iET4 A MEAN'

a uir.: UtOauley who baa been E.T'9 FlRSV FIGHT TAP 01'4 HI '4MELLERIT! : iET'C '1M 'LookLour' ?MAT tIGI4TVCQITE'PcQT :

spending a while here as guest of SNEET LAST WEIi''" 'IIOI2E.co tolE BWING9 H3! OLD HAYIIEREDEACGN.. I GAVE HIM. (
.vt his on and daughter-in-law, Rev, Art' Io4E' MAkER AN' LANDS Ol't ..C'fCLOI"4ES.DOIiT" WWOOPS/
and Mrs. Q.. E. McCauley has returned IOXIHI 6AMINJEST fiiLLIN' GET MORE" PEP
l;; to his home In Georgia. 1'40&_ 4CrlAPI" TrIE BARK AN' EXCITeD ''Po"'T "IHAH A

_Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and children UP DEACON T"E ABOUT BOYS IT DRAWIN' A SPURT; UH CLARET REMEMBER LeT HIM MOfYKE' ,' WAI LOOKfiT:
were visiting friends and relative .
In New River Sunday. MARTeeu
Mrs. Cyphus Harrell who haa '" '
been pending a few days aa guest YEARS UP AGAIN TARg
klj of her parents Mr. and Mra. Doc we.eufo VihTNE4bED 01.1)

' Waters at the China Tung Oil ,"1'\ ncKT: PRIZE FIGHT. e .,yu...._._ .,. _,, ,
f Farm, has returned to her home tot; Got 40: ENTHusIASTiC \

here. OVER ltt GAMe.AT '
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The Azores received their name "'- Ni POUGHTITALL (''

from the hawks that used to ONiR MAIN TNI$ \ (
abound there the word being Portuguese M00flrfCi.
r for these blrda of prey. I :

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i:r for MALARIA'! DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManws

NEllo : WHo ARE, f l>| FREDDIE BROAD ARt [bat,

;; r Sort End to_Chill FY Y oY GLORY OEI

,!J :. and Fwtrt ; NP BAIL Ot1ERAZ MAKEUP CAN E M I LYoiiV CD'T'EtK:

h' Her'. real relief for UalarUGrovrt n ? CLAIM
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,..I TuUleM Chill Took I If f-r- DAMAGES
,,, Quickly\ it tope the chute and fever L :
:;-ri\, and totores your, body to comfort. LriJ
is Many remedies will merely alleviate the
symptoms of Malaria temporarily, but
Groves TutcleM Chill Tonic: |_aU the
'';lJi way and completely rids your system
of the Infection. .
Grove Tasteless Chin Took b mlcorreciiv 0
4 of Malaria beaus it contains
M two thing First. tasteless quinine which
,!. kflto UM Malarial InftcUon In the blood.
Second, tonic Iron which help overcome
fil the ravages ol the chills and lever and 1.t
forUftta spinal further attack.Play wet I r 1
.''fs Take "Jrovt'a' TaMefaat Chill Tonic. It
sow come IB two*...-Me and'I.TIle
91 else contain 1H tines a*seek a*the ; /.I '
loc iM and gives you U%man for your e ;

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SEPTEMBER: 28. 1984 BRADFORD COUNTY TBfJRGRAFH. STARKE. FLORIDA FAflK: TURKU :: ;

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JOINT RESOLUTIONA JOINT RESOLUTION :
Goliath).
GRAMMAR GRADES stan The( Five Smooth Stones of Da Amendment Joint Resolution to Article Proposing'of the an A Amend Joint Hecttnn nenolutlon S4 of Proposing Article lit to of

I (Bradford High School Journal I i First A vid's. Cons;Hutli.n of the Slat'of F\or.\ the Constitution of the Htat. of

Lonnla Thornton has been absent First stone was faith. Ida by Adding to Thereto H* Known an Additional .. Klt.rlila)Municipal, Relating(Government to County, and

week. He has measles S..lol .
a Second stone was Industry. Relatlntr to Homestead n. It llesolveil *>y .5. Legislator*
I' Wilbur Bell made a nice posterfor heart and Extmptlonu.lie .. the state of KlorlilaiThat
I .... .. ,, _. I Third stone was a pure 3 3the
Legislaturet Section 84 of lit of
tfce
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room. .rUII"
4 Fouth stone was courage.Fifth I State of Florida I Constitution of ofFlorida
STAFF Tornadoes Get Beat ., FOOTBALL MEDLEY Miss M.: Middleton. Teacher. stone wall he had a hum- That I.the followlng'amendment to relating to county th. and municipal -

(With Apologies toOntntland First B 10 of the Constitution of governments be and the earn. '
k aPP ==Eilltor-ln-Chlef In First Two GamesLose ble aph'lt.Talk At.tcl., of relating to I.s hereby amended, and as amend-
Klr We won FI.r"l.
) are so proud our room
EdItor-ln-Chlef st la agreed to and be sub-
l"'r,0. _,Asst. Sullivan local director homestead and exemptions, by addng .b.1
];i. Wynn MlLrwlck -ExihanR Editor Last\ night I dreamed that Ed the prize given by the P. T. A. We by Carter thereto an aiWItlonnl Unction omitted to the electors the Htata

forace I.ruth, H.en!'l ----_-..Aaati Bxchanga Editorf.r1url. To Lake City Friday And To rode was hauling Live TO-I had seventeen mothers present.We of Recreation Program. I o b* known as "Hertlon 7"for provldng ot 01 Florida at the*Oenernl to b* Election held In
Mr. assessment any n..p..nl.lv.
Announcements by Grays ttiat no
1 "'" Srrwlck- Assu't'lt. Editor New berry Saturday headsalls down: are going to try and win It every Htat or County or Municipal tax- 1134 or rejection. Said .

rw% Hvrfw Editor That William Edwards grabbed the time. Ninth A News tlon shall lie levied upon the IIne Section 14 of Article HI. as amended -
Editor to lose Lowell la shall read aa folbowsgSection
We are toad, he and the cam
; very sorry h.raby
ixinln; nyd .------Society. Editor The B. H. S. Tornadoes tasted ball and was socked on the I We have several new pictures Addison who moved to Lake But grwoii, to and shall b* submitted to H. The Legislature .hal
lse Iernb.reA."t.. Soc. EditorRIgKM 'defeat twice during the last week- crown; Wainwright the nullified electors of the Htat* of I.Iabl.h.n 1ll'ot.O syst
LI'III"n ________.-Jok. Editor I for our room given by BUI ler. L. O. Jones baa been elected Florida for ratification or rejection a aI
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"" 0\1"\ Whitfield .. ----. -Jolts Editor end In the hands of Lake City and That Frances Cotton full of pep Billy Overstreet Jerome of the ninth gradeto In tho general election '1 ba held on I which shall b* IPI.I"ble.lov..nm.nt. i
Jan Jr. Entertatflmflt scored .and representative Ih. first Tuesday after the first ,asa wher.* law
4nderP0l Newberry Lake City doing the seven goals- kept Newsome.
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Johns and Evelyn ;: .
W. ,
A. Editor I the student council. We have In November A. D. 1554 for oountlca I vrrJIa the ,
Mae Brsnnn.i.i-ABst. WnterjMwIe. moat damage in a 31 to 0 score alive; Mra. Jeannette KIncaid, decided to select a committee for 'dr say, there he added Legislature. that may b ) .
talnment Editorlar1 Friday and Saturday respectively.In That Wainwright Plumnutr Jones Teacher. lOot the (.h.i of th.r.wlth. The L.I.latu. .h.1 bygeneral I l
and beautifying the room every two to law .ndtown.
1'orod.Prim&rY th* of "
)l WCIElementary; Departmentro.well the Lake City game the Tigers and Johns formed In a wedge First 0 weeks. Clar'ce Gill and Arfe Till- homestead and exemptions. ..am additional according to.po"ul.ton.clt. and \

Noo.el..Junlor HI Reporter did most of their scoring In and stopped a drive., In our reader we studied about : Hertlon to be known a* .hll by general for i
have been selected for tile !
man Hertlon 7' of said which Incorporation government Ju.
the first half the last half being Dick Jane and Baby and madea committee. We are to hall read aa .Arlel.: 11..11 w duties -
flrtt sorry
Oak'sfield :
Then Live. n"
there :
proudly on
played by their second and third llttto booklet about them. Mae Thornton Section 7. There shall b* exempt. 'tou'd such lrt7ar .,
that Annie .
with know and local '
Bradford
EDITORIAL stood a or
AN .(1 from all taxation other than I'
string. The first string came back Harry Nettles was absent for a '
McRae or town, }
and Vesta
smile Mildred Warren special assessments for benefits, toevery oratn. pr.vldln.
Th, first library waa collected Into the game and scored: two ; few days but la with us .again to- have been absent from school due head of a family who ,la aeilisfl government shadbe l lpowers I',
They had the winning well In hand and privileges '
Greek philosopher touchdowns. II of and resides In the State of dul. \
-, the famous -swept onward In grand style. day. to sickness. Francis Peek has I Florida, the homestead as defined In' ."" the Legislature, ; '.
who loved Hooka and appreciating Although no one starred for ninth Article 10 of the Constitution of Approved June ft, 193J. !
Irifltotle them dealred to amaas Then Percy weaving In and out We try to pick up paper whenever I been elected reporter of the the of Florida up to the valu r

literature of Starke Pitta, Torode Weeks Har- was brought down to the ground we see it. grade. By Francis Peek. .ton It.t. .aaooo provided, how NO. SIX

III one place aU the since rell and Cotton played an excel- Tackled by a Live Oak man that Our teacher made a sign and putIt Eighth A News that the title. to salt homestoad A JOINT, RESOLUTION 'f.
that time may ba vested In such hand
the world. From hooks and lent game. weighed two hundred pounds. In the hall to remind everyoneto The eight A class elected the of a family or In his lawful wife A Joint Resolution Proposing '
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accumulated to Artlol IX of the
men have hurt although class officers aa follows: siding upon such homestead or Am.n"m.nt
of No one being seriously ; pick up paper. Constitution of the State of Klor.
placed them at the disposal there were a few minor Then Robert Chapman caught a Miss Annie Mae Pearce, President-Gloria Johns. Vice- In Approved both. Mnjr 27, 1913. Ida Relative to Taxation and Finance 'Iii'i
who could read. For many I out-and almost Teacher Smith. Secretary to lie Known as Section I
Doshla
hose books have 1 scratches, our boys said they en- pass swung president- of Article 1 "

thousands of years I joyed playing Columbia High and got away; First I> _Louanna Harvey. Report- NO. THREE! H. It .IX by 1k. ii ,I
first r..I.I.ta.
The onea .
been in circulation. are looking forward to revenge Keeffee Harrell picked up twenty Everyone now has his primer. era-Clara Flume and A. Z. Ad- A JOINT RESOLUTION .f .. ... of '

it Is true were but rude manuscriPts -, next year.Newberry. yards-was brought down in the My\ How we are enjoying readingso kins, Jr.WQrthy. A Joint Resolution Proposing theAmendment That the following amendment to '\
written by the monks on of Article XIX of theConstitution Art'I. IX of the Constitution of I'
as, came out on top of an fray. many stories In them. use of time la one of the of Florida, n.l.tnr "I.t. of FI.rld., 'to b* known 'I

papyrus and beta* regarded 18 to 0 victory Saturday afternoonin We scored again just at the last For our drawing lessons we are principals of education. The to Prohibition a and* 1..ton 1 ..Id Article agreed IX be "f '
I I.
preciouS were kept securely the guard-men Starke. The Tornadoes played and then rushed to the ,gate having all of the common fruits. eighth grade has just finished a lie of It<*,Resolved. Mta.* of I.Florida tee Legislature and shall.al.b. .ubllt",1 hereby to the el.otora to. It'

It i. Down through books to ages be true fine the first! half but let the opponents Live Oak's score: was zero- -Brad- ; So far we have had the apple, pear, project In science which wall en That .lh'l. XlVnf the Constltti- lunernl of the SI. to.t h Jlorhla at the ,','

have found score on an off tackle fqrd'a fortyeight.Then peach and grape. joyed| very much. Each memberof lon of th* of Ilnrlda. he, and first Tu..ay. 11.clol .... the I.ld. on Mon-the ',1' .

friends. satisfied Miss Hazel Adklna the claaa made a poster illustrating 11. ..n,. la hereby ao aa tIny 1194, for ratifica
third Not
In the
quarter. : :
play smiled : aa Nr'J
Coach MacQueen lion
Today when we go to the library Teacher how he or she planned to te r..d Inl.walAnTILI or :
select our books they scored twice more be- broadly just as all Scotch men XIX Section 14. For a period of fjf.teen ,
and carelessly fore the game ended making a total Second A spend leisure time. Suction Uo.re of County : years from the beginning of
give little thought to the styleof do; Mack Futch la giving us a beau- Eighth B News (r'ninmlHslonera of County In operation, motion picture studios '
we selecting of 18 to 0. The Tornadoes pre- Said Coach MacQueen to Mr. Grif- classmates. the Mtnte, not oftener than one In and plants which shall b* establlahj
that we are for We lost of our :
writing tiful new nag our room. one l,
vented any extra polnta. do T" upon the applica ed In this State an or after July
think
unless we are choosing somethingfor I lie 'How do you they We are trying hard to win the Pansy Mae Cone who moved to ro.yoJ"'l;: ;1 of the. register: 1st. 1033 Including all lands build- t1i

the purpose of reporting uponIt Th Tornadoes' backfield did not Said Mr. Griffis to Coach Mac- banner for having the beat room Gainesville. We had the first lot any nOlnt. ,, .hnl eall l Inns. and chattels utilised In con.nod00 *
( click but the was showed their col- 01 .rovld. 1.1 an the therewith, and nil raw ma
We should not adhere so well punting Queen. "They hall last week. .
in the
(
In English. down stairs. of posters application Is mail. Into the finished pro j
to the particular type of literature much better than in the Lake City era truer! Every day we hunt paper to We' made them for our science to decide whether the sale of Intoxicating duels"or'\\,,! studios and plants, as
The outstanding players of Said Coach MacQueen to Mr. Gray Iliiuors, win** or beer well Ih finished,
that we happen to enjoy game. hide from Mr. Gray. class on, "What we plan to do with shall tie prohibited :therein, the films etin 11 b. exempt prndlcl II

_which Is usually fiction-to the Saturday's game were Harrell and "How do you think they do? Mrs. Rltch Teacher. our leisure time." We plan to <|tietlnn to b. determined by ,a valorem taxation, except that al ex
Cotton. Said Mr. Gray to Coach MacQueen majority of thoe voting at the election ."plon. which shall become """0-
extent that we are totally Ignorant Second B have a selection of colonial art. called under this 1.oUon. which virtue of this Amendment,

of any other. If we do we are Next Game With Live Oak "When they do do, they do. We have started a sand table Wednesday, made by Mrs. Perkin's election shall b* < .. In the shall extend beyond the year 194S' 74

apt to grow mentally "1op tded." Starke plays Live Oak there to- S project representing the forest. We class. We are glad to welcome In manner IT general prescribed elections.)>y, hew Elections for hold. shall The eurr'tol, herein real estate authorised owned ->,

Fiction can be educational as well day and are planning to get down Student Government ire learning to name and recognize Nellie Willis, a former student under this Section "hal be held by such motion picture studios;
I educational to business. The last two of forest. School in within sixty slays time 01presenting and plant except tha real estate oocuplod -
as amusing. When say games Selected birds and trees the of Fort Pierce High said application, but I if: a* the location required. to
I do not mean that It mustbe have shown the team their weak Committees We are also reading "Tinkle, the to our midst. any such election should therebytake house such motion picture studio,

our text and this week's which A News. place within sixty days of any and other buildings I Incl-i
a discourse such as spots during practice Trick Pony" we enjoy very Seventh State .. National election. or pri.II tlRt'thaa"operation of such stu! j;
books disclose but If the manner they have strengthened them Committee And Their ChairmanAre much. Miss Llllle McRae Section A of the !seventh grade I mary. shall h. held wihin slat] dins .. together with such

In which It Is written Is of good and hope to win today's, game. Appointed Teacher. has elected the following officers: day... after or such primary.Stale N.Uola. lands officers aa may and h* employees required for, and nounIng for-

form and Inspiring moral you will --. Low Third President-Tommy Rltch. Vice- Section"too. S The t. .I.lahlrl warehouses, laboratories, Qc

unconsciously aboaorb Its good ATHLETIC DIRECTOR The Constitution of the Stud- We are verY busy finding plc- president Jean Davis. Secretary provide by general or special "I.hal rooms, projections rooms, : ;:) ':
trackage, shipping facilities. ..
points without the feeling that unwanted Sullivan Carter. a B. H. S. .graduate ent's Government of the Bradford turea to make health posters. In and Treasurer-Mary E. Smith. val enforce legislation the I provision laws to of carry this Article and and locations. ,

knowledge baa been forced of 1934 has been honored by County High School requires that art we are making color: charts.: Room Monitor-Juanlta Barefoot.. All laws relating to I IntoxicatingllUnrst Approved June 7, 1533.

local there be thirteen committees with We nave learned new things Ninth.B New wines I ami beer which were -
upon you.Besides. having been appointed as many I In effect on December 91, 1918 unless .
fiction we should read director for Starke F. E. R. A. a chairman.: They are aa follows: about colors too. The ninth B class had their first changed by the Legislature by NO. SEVEN

drama, history. biography travel community recreation program : 1-Attendance com m 111 ee;- In our other' lemons we are 'class meeting last Thursday. We laws expressly I with mail this, effective amendment concurrently : Joint A .JOINT Resolution nKSOT.tmON"A Proposing an '

and essay as they greatlyaid which is a county wide project for 'Ch: a I rman-Elizabeth 11oJJln&s.worth. working hard learning all we can elected officer. as follows: shall as so changed become effectIv Amendment to Article VIII of the
poetry ., and trying hard to make good President Beatrice Moaley. with thll Article anil shall inremnln Constitution of the State of Flor.' 4
of Bradford ,
point County.
in broadening our thereafter changed bythe Id. Relative to Cities and Coun- ; ,
.Cheer-up and School Spirit grades., .Vlce.Pre JdeDt-L. O. Jones.; eglslatur. The of the *. ,
view. If we do not, particularlycare The county: ; director\ Js Mr. Yea- power .
.
committeeChairman Mildred Each Ueglslntnr to provide neceasarylawa lie It .1. *) at first day_we,are studying a new Secretary Virginia Fugate. .
for these writings ger of Gainesville. to carry ont and enforce this of .. state ., .. ...
we should cultivate a taste tor Hundley Mary Luclle Torode Lillian bird. Then we try to find It In Treasurer-Kenneth Lyle.o1Is1 Article Shall Include the right to That Ih"OJOWlnl Amendment to

wellas The government's recreational Sternberg. the woods and fields. provl<1 for mannfactur or sale Article VI o Constitution of
them and we shall find that as program consists of encouraging Watnwrlght 0" 1O..1'I'I"O t t.y prlvat Individuals, ,, firm and the of Florida relative to ?
benefiting ua mentally_we shall 3 Office committee-Chairman Mrs. Grace WHTCHKAH:: The "I..latura nr "corporation or by the Htat or hy cities and counties, to h* numbered
directing and promoting of community Robert Chapman. "">..* Teacher, isis, "m .T the ConntHtltfnlT of 18HIof Cities political suhdl Section 5 of said Artlol VIII.I b*
grow to enjoy them. plays games of every kind Fifth Grade the Hint nf Florid.. did pun t.olnl., or by 01 any toy.rl..nlal and the sam la hereby avreed to ,.
to the library to 4-Library committee- Chairman UlKtit' Joint n.nnlutlon. propMlni nommlHslon, or agency and .hRI h* submitted rnv the .lector
When you go and other recreational activities. -Louise Snyder. Miss Eunice Perkins, Teacher fun, ..:ii<1m nt to the Coniitltiitlonih : <:J for that purpose.Hectlnn I. cr..tet the State at the (Jeneral

choose something to read for your Mr.. Carter la very popular with B Traffic committee -- Chair We have a new pupil Harry ...WAI nf Florida and the "nmwtr R. Until changed, by el.o. 'NI..tlfl to b* held on the first
..
.
due soon aperead to by m vote nt thr0 ttnna cslletl under this Ih after the first Monday In .
which
book reports are the sportsmen of the town as well man-Herbert Packham; Ronald Kellum from 'Gainesville. This fifths ..t all th. .ni.fnbrn elected status of all territory l rW.St : November, A I). 1D3I, for ratitica.

don't unhappily pick out a book as with the students and be shouldbe Pitta Donald McRae. makes our enrollment thirtyeight.We to eiteh bonne that. the votes on of Florida to whether the mile! tion "1 rJ"otlon. to-wlti I
feeling thatit said Joint Resolutions. wr entered Is or prohibited shall .t v. Legislature shall .
with the discouraging I..rmlt.d. hl r:
a very succesful leader. 6--Manner, Morals, and Home have been making relief upon theIr respective Journals, with the It waa on December have power establish, alter or .f.

is ai unpleasant uninterestingtask Plans have already been made Room Entertainment committee-: maps this week out of flour and the yon aim nay thereon, sinS 1018= provided that at the (lenernKlectlnn .hol.h. m municipal corporation to '3
but Instead think of Arlatotle they lid dvtcrmln and dlrurt (bnt In 134 or at any time a. the City of Jacksonville t
by Mr. Carter for the beginning Chairman-Irma Stockwell; Mar- salt. Fay Warren Garland .Godwin the said Joint Tlmiotutlonii h. "ulimltteil within two this Artlc.1hncomes ,, extending terrltorlly throughout -
; think of those monks of old of diamond ball for boys and girls jorie Marwlck' Katie Fugate, Dor- and Billie Marwlck made t.. the electors. of the tmts ..; : rrvtt" Hoard o; the present limits nf Ouval .'
and how much they would have lit the O.n.ral. Ulnotlnn. In N v.nl- County Com.I..lon.. any ( oun. County In the pla"* nf any or all .'
In Bradford County High School othy Sapp. large maps of the U. S. ber 1014 tv I. iipnn apitltimtton of "mllty., dl.t.l"t. municipal and local
liked to have been In your place during school hours and after 7-Chapel committee-Chairman In History we have been study- Wow. THTCIIEFOTIW.: : : I, II. .A. five per cent of the registered vot bottles and of
with a wcarterful! library filled nEAl. Rcrtnrv of the Htat ot era of the County. call and provtdafor ficers, constitutional or statutory,
disposal hours and for the adults during Frances Cadman; Francis Ing about Columbus. We memorized ....rld.. dr' > hereby give' not Ira that a an alevtlon to decide wh.th..1. legislative| executive, judicial or
with wonderful books at their the 'late afternoon and night.: Cotton Mary E. Wynn Keeffee one stanza of the poem "Culumbus" iKF.nAt. KI.KCT10V the Hnl "hll he prohibited administrative, and shall pr..rlh. '
.and realize bow lucky you Miller. Mel- will he hold. In Later soccer basketball tennis Harrell. by Joequln Florida on Tn* Klay next nncc4idln0th as provided" In Article 1 her*. functions of such municipal' corporHI .
are and show your appreciation Introduced.Also 8-Girls Rest-room committee* lie Silcox drew us a picture of ,one first Monday In Novmbr. A. 1>. Ion. its legislative) executive, Ju. s
by using the very best of your and volley ball will be CarllsleERilne of Columbus' Bhtpa. 10S4, the *. Tnday I..In a" the Suction 4. This Article shall b.- diciaf{ and administrative department
to and If a suitable building can be Chairman":-Audrey ; sit'" nT OP "O .t..Ff '.m. effective hlm..I.I upon a and lt. hoer.r., bodies and of. ,
mental power and try grasp recreation hall community Wynn Gullda Marie' Thede Virginia Othma Haynes. Jr., brought .a tnI the ratification or ot Its Hduptlcn And repeal of Artl I flcersr to divide the territory,. In.
understand the points which have secured for a rugate. .small snake In 'fj. little cage. We enjoyed ( Bid Joint I Itraolntlona prnpoMlniramndn ole XVIlt of the Amendments to thConstitution eluded, i In such municipality Into subordinate -
singing and indoor games >*ntii to the Constitution olha of the Status districts, and to prescribe a
classed It aa literature. be Introduced. 9-Boys Rest-room committee- looking at It, but do not care I .Slat* of Florida, rut of America.' Unl.1 just and ,leanonabl system of t.xatlon .

IRMA STOCKWELL,! will Chairman-Joe Edwards;' William to have It as a pet. .. Approved May I. 151$. for such municipality and district
_
Shuffle board, dramatics classes NO. ONP *) and to fix the liability nf
Wooten Raymond Plummet. Freeman Register brought us a A JOINT l'LESOLtITIONrI'optsIn. NO. FOltn such municipality. and districts. i4.
In handicraft and various others 10( -Grounds committee-Chairman bulletin board and he and two other -Amendment to Article 'A JOINT Monded' and other lod."t.dn..., exIxtlMg -
TWELFTH GRADE HOMEROOM which % (if the Constitution of FloridaReIatln RESOLUTION tim ..
features at the *
possible
are ft
ACTIVITIES"Good -Blake Jackson; Percy .Sul- boy8 alntet It. 'We1 have it i to the Judiciary by AndIni A, Joint Resolution aAmendment ment of such municipality, shall.b* t-
may be followed the recreational DYaD,"Earnest Morgan. covered witlp'CtW'e1and 'stories Thll..to an Additional Section of .. P.o.o.ln' the enforceable only against property '
.
ar'e an to meCnown as ttectloflSLi Pro Declaration of '.. I Th
Intentions right : h..tor. *
.
program.Good ; Chairman .. rUI'i. t..Ill. t..r.rnr.
11-Flag committee now. vldlng for the reduction of theTCuiifli.P etlttillon of th* Htsf Legislature '. time, th
but good results'are what -really Chester Maodyr1ZUahers We were sorry that our mother of Judicial Circuit* of n..l.tnl lo Urand Juries, Infor determine .h.l. tm.laid municipality -

count." Program GivenIn committee'Chair I and friends didn't com: to P. T.A. 'This Xlste. and Requiring Much Circuit the Reapportionment mania",.,1 Presentments Persons for and Capita Indict la a rlr.1 rural.r.a.area and shall a .

"Nothing'worth while was ever man-Charles Pender; Leslie Wednesday afternoon We hope and, the Judges' Crimea and other Felonies, ant ,r'.be'lr.ru' a* If In a- city or
Friday's Chapel I a.'1' Beeslvej Vr tKe Legislator. Providing That Judgments andSsntenws town. finch, municipality
enthusiasm. will all next moath and may cx'p
without come:
accomplished they
Biggs Robert Chapman. e>ff ts>* ..'. of Florin! of the Court May 1<. ercls all the powers of a municipal
"The successful person not only 13-Recreation com m It t ee.ChairinangtrlsDOXOthY .- help ua to win" the prize. That the following amendment to Mail and Entered In Term Timor corporation and shall also h* rnognlxd -

makes hay while the .sun shines: Federal And Loral Director* of the ( ) :Mar- JEnos Hayes, Reporter thle Artlcl Htat. V relating of the Conoltltlnn 11. Ju.I..lary. of to Felonies In Vacation and on Dispensing Plena of flullt Wit divisions as of on.the of State the legal with political the duties t

he makes It from the grass which Federal Recreation Program wick. I Sixth Grade News by adding there to l.c the Necessity of Summoning I the and *obligation of a county and p

other people let grow under their Give Talks Chairman(boys)Keeffee Har- MU RosalInd Jacob Teacher tion I 4 is as hereinafter set agreed forth Irani! Jury Except Upon Order shall b. entitled to all the p.w.ra. ,.
and the same I i. to of a Circuit Judg right and privilege, Including represantatlon ,d
feet" .rell. : We elected our claaa officers last and hull b* submitted. the "laltl.4 H. It .._r.. kr tae leglslat In the atat L.aglsla '

"No man can produce great The chapel program was pre. week. They,...: for ratification voter of the or rejection of at the .1 State .f KlorMax tura, which would accrue t* It If It '

things If he la not thoroughly sincere sented last Friday by Mrs. Carpenter's MANUAL TRAINING Luther Lennon-President. next nmiln,, ; general election tha Hantlon That the 19of following amendment to val were County a crounty.and of All the property municipalities of Du-
the
seniors and was enjoyedby Frankle Rltch Vice-president. I IA to >uiy that an ; Declaration oRlghta In said county shall vest In .hmunlclpa.
in dealing with himself. Manual training is a new coursein to b* dealf-nat ''dl : of the Constitution of the .. 1
corporation wh.n
The Senior home room commit alL the school this year. Already Snookie Corpenmg-'-8ee.-Treas. Artltl. V of the 'r.'JI't Ittste Juries,of Florida"..I.ln.to Orand llshcd aa herein provided l.tal4 ,

tees have added a new feature to A song "Come Thou Almighty during toe first month of school Using the United States constitution low Florida, b* adopted to and Indictments of person pr..ntm.nt.for cap!- flee of Clerk of the Circuit Court

aa a guide, we have drawn to.wlt I ml trims and other felonies, be, and and Ih.rlt "hal not ba abol.h.<
their morning home room pro- King directed by Mrs. Wall was the boys taking manual training .. 41. '. but may
the aam Is hereby agreed to, and t.e .
gram. A. "motto" la placed on the first on the program; and the have made much progress under up the following'constitution: and fifteen(.1) There "hal"b.,, '.no of fliers the tl.n. shall l isa submitted to the quallfleilector the when and the m.thod by

black board each morning. The Lord's Prayer and Hag salute fol the efficient supervision of Mr by-laws:r of Florida to b* appropriately designated of the Stats of Florida, for and which the, such compensation office shall to be bo paid filled Insunh ,
ratification or rejection, at the
numbered and general
purpose of these "mottoes" la to lowed. Beastey. I We the pupils of the Sixth a suitable' law enacted ,defined lg by* election to b*. held on the firs officers and may vest In them
I Grade W Bradford County School, "Ihc. Tuesday after the first additional powers and duties. No -,
stimUlate honesty Industry, kind Brother Montgomery read a have built typewriting ta Islatur for that purpose Monday Inovemb. county office shall be '
They A- D. 114. ;<
ness courtesy thoughtfulness, and i and an Interesting In order:to fm a more perfect anc with the amendment Prold.dthat / 10. No consolidated' with another.h:1t* ft
lesson gave for1 football boyS'dressing' rlrault a'definedby shall betriad
judicial
;scripture hiss.. Benches" no : .' p.r..n without making "
better clue room ;.. WUbllsh justice. In- a, capital unless provision
school spirit among the students talk on how our life today i rooms and reading tables law hereunder 4ehjall em braes .. onpresentment performance of all Htsl duties n '

of the bleb achooL Probably i I la just aa Important aa our life' for the elementary grades which sur good order provide, for a bet tanta lees than according fifty, to thousand the last pr InKabl.cedIng rand hrl. and or no Indictment person shall hy b a* or h* h.r.ar....)prescribed by stun by law of.
education aad the
this ter \ promote tried (
other county
work will not Sum any effecton tomorrow because It lays tomorrow's utl factQry. \ Htat or Federal census andprovided felony unless ficer. Nothing contained herein
I have proved very on presentment or by .hal
welfare"of school a
our do further that
but general judicial In.ltm'nt affect to, of Article
some that
we hope every .tlor ,
foundation. ; or .
I will elrcalt at flm of
existing the
keep up Juf
the boys erane
one win derive _We hope hereby 'ordaiS'jnd establish thla rai. filed by th* the f'on.tlulon of the Stale of j)
do his part and'try to Mrs. Bert Wall and Mrs. LeonA ; flcatlun of tdle amendment .ro."utn.
work and make many b of to such provisionstherein
attorney the court
their good Constitution foVthe Sixth Grade of altered or abolished
as much good aa possible from Gray sang a duet "In The Valley for the af.I. manner provided In thisamendment Information la filed except aa I I. a. relate' .. regulating
needed improvements the Bradford County School. Brad In jurisdiction and duties of cIa.
these "mottoes" U at the end otherwise provided Constitution any
Of The Moon which gained far carrying the same t.I. of
offlcera to summoning and impanslllog
of the schooL ford County Slat* of Florida. U. Into execution, nor shall any eaI.t.in of Impeachment *
year we feel that some : grand and petit Jurors,
can hearty applause. Circuit Ju".. ar Mist Attorney ''tn I eases In th* ,
have benefited, the effort spent m Next was a comical reading by S. A. b. disturbed In the t.nur. of his of.tic. mllltla whea ..tl.. service In to assessing and collecting taxes f
SAFETY ZONE We will to not talk with- I tlm of war, or which the Htat county purpose and to regulat
the of 1. try until the expiration of any ) for
work will be well repaidAbove and "revival the fee and of
Irma Stockwell a commission held by him on the date with) the consent of Congress, may enmp.n.aU.
are the '"mottoea" the whole out permission. keep In time of peace. Any county officers. No .. authorising ,
printed ,
old school apirit" by this amendment I* ratified. person
the is '
school being the
The safety of the to be time under 1 eetabllihlng ow abolishing of 'I'
will uorr InforngiMlon
for thla week. Watch this live- 2. We try on every lbS It shall h* the duty of t.eL..i.lature presentment .
space schooLS Mr. Gray gave a or Indictment for I such municipal 3
high well at all hours by policemen at Its next session any felonynot corpo.atl..u.u.ant
protected .
,, each week for the new "mottoes." ly talk on the need of achool spirit assisted some day after the r..ulr nave capital may b*arraigned and may fo this le..ton. .h.1 *
The Seniors who are by 3. We will try to be present every been ratified to ps.. suitable laws enter a pies. In term time or In va operative or approved
have been practic-: and this was followed by ameeting "p p" the high school studenta. to carry this amendment Into effect "aton. and the judgment and sent by a majority of the qualified ,)
of
Ing day. elector participating In
new "yella" aa well aa old under the direction of the Immediatelyin and to make effective the r.ap. the court on a plea of guilty an election
ones and our' Stern- The> safety sone la : 4. We will be. courteous to ourteachers portfanment and reduction of Judicial may b. mad and .nt." .lh. In held In said county but so long a*
school
Ringing songs. Lillian such
new chew: leaders front of the school and Is be- classmate. and visitors. Circuit and Circuit Judges term time or In," municipal corporation exists
It we Seniors are setting the examples Luclle Torode. and Mildred I hereby contmplatd. of any circuit court I. authorised, I under this Hertlon the Legislaturemay '
Mary
berg, observed by passengers. amend or extend the law authorlstnar -
well We will neither nor receive -
give to
ing 6. with the ,
b CircuitJudge
let's hear some of the rest 1 Hundley -
01 Reporter-Reese Bradley. : help on tests or examina to each Circuit but empanelling, and convening the .m.
you students "ole B. H. of the Fed- Cram Jury at of to the qualified voter unless
boosting Mr. Yeager director I additional Circuit, Judges for Judicial any term court by the .
:
i iI providing for
S. more than ever before. This I Recreation Program for this I tions. Circuit may b* provided for making enterlnsand filing with such 1..I.I.lv., .t xlnslon shall
think eral MONDAY MORNING MOANSThe fl. We will not destroy school iby law a* authorised by Section the elsrk of saM court a w.ll.n am.n.n .
provide for such referendum.Approved
appiiea to all of : if weoon't Carter local order directing.that
us
district and Sullivan would feel a I 43 of Amended Article V of this no < .
May 15. 113
football boys property. b* summoned a( such term of
_
back our reboot we be talk on the 'Constitution but th numbe. "Jl
may both a t.ta
director.. gave bad they won .. which order ol the Circuit
better be
deal clean
we that great 7, We will physicallyand : of Clrcrjlt .Jud. .ppnrton.d anyone The vote cast In compliance with
the other schools are and duty of this program.All week-end then I Judicial exceed may mad In or
Sot purpose one game this past mentally. : I of said court l..tnn ..* said proposed amendments and. the
for fifty
going to do iie "backing" forTh students were asked to bring achool with on Occult Judge every 1m. canvass, declaration and return "
.
to hat .
IU. they could come i (Signed) Slxth Grade. thousand Inhabitants, or major frac- power legle-i hereof shall bo subjected the
to
the
ten cents for equipment as smile on their tltm after this amendment atlon to regular the- number of
besides a Luther Lennon Pre. .b.r.ot. same regulation' aVid restrictionsas
something grand Jurors to aePve ,
upon or constitute
Seniors ha v been quit busy Federal Government provides all face. and black,eye. Elene tar)" Cfutprl Program hall ld) have In Circuit been put having'Into mol..ft.c.. a grand jury and to fix: thenumber are pruvlduO In the bv Htat law of for general ,

improving the If '*: of their home except this. When this Is done will Is MrU.. Kincald.Song ''on. Jade the may designate of gramS Juror required to .1..Uon. FI.rldl.
say March Played by lel.latur. i
team
rooms. under there All the football : the p'' .I".n.. of vole I.r and r.ura an indIctment TEJTUIUNY WHIIUUI'J
We wish to to the and. things get way ',
express and Loves Ke"Eo4'tll'e or .
"Jesua Ian
,
that we know our weak spots I any aucti additional Judgo or Jud5e. pr..etm.nt. and affixed the flreat
and
8aduatea of last ear, our thanks will be all kinds of games re- will help audience. <.) Th* re-apportionment of Circuits This amendment, upon ratificationaa of the State of Florida, at
IQr the two creations. that this week's practice ; and Judge thereof hereby sforeisM, shall take effect at Tallahassee tte Capital
lovely plctureathey all in the game with Live Oak. Lord's Prayer. I p."vld.d for shall become .rf.ctivesixty midnight on December list SAC this the

t fve given to ot home rooms. Chapel was dismissed and us which *e hope to win, Friday l Flag Salute By SchooL I dl". after the act providingfor without the. acsslty of 1..101 114. of July, A.t..al.t"I.1.. day.
Both
before shall have become law.
Pictures back to short class sam .
appreciate arevutiful and we went : a Sept. 28. Talk-By R v. Price, Subject: ; I Approved Jan t. 111. tlonApproved Jun 1 nil. .JL..A. UIIA\of_'itute.t3 .
them very .much. dinner. >Ia.tar


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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA-; PR1DAY. ;
SEPTE11BER
IT-AGE FOUR
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Baptist Church: Surprise Party For U. D. C. Business Meeting NOTICE ami Oct. 2225. ; i
I
: ActivitiesThe Miss Gloria JohnsIn And Birthday PartyThe All World War veterans,. are
: All World War veterans are requested ed to be present whether
It will honor of Miss Gloria Johns' T. Weeks Chapter U. D or ttut
October week of Prayer W. to meet in the Legion Hall members of the American !(
'SfJcictvlJGlasbyNeal thirteenth C., will meet Wednesday afternoon Ltogtoa
birthday anniversary
be observed at the First Baptist above Denmark's Furniture Store Charlie J. POwell.
Church on Monday. Tuesday and bar grandmother Mrs. T. J. Griffin Oct. 3, at the' home of Mr, '
next Tuesday evening, Oct. 2nd at
Vice
and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Members -
'a lovely surprise party Commander
afternoons of next gave ;
Wednesday of the Chapter are asked to 8:00: p. m.The ,
week with the Circles of the Woman's -Wednesday evening: at her horn -
meet at three o'clock when there this
purpose of meeting Is to A. B. Shaw'ot
''
N. Street. Gainesville '
Cherry1
Union in on
Missionary charge.
will be a short business session. In- make final plane and preparationsfor prominent visitor W8la
Norman-Silcox Special programs have been arranged Pink radiance roses and zinnias vited guests are asked to come at to Starke $atur.
the National.Convention at MI- day
:i Mrs. Rosa Constantine of Rochester ,Mrs. W. O. Stlcox announces the for each afternoon, tastefully arranged In vases and four o'clock at which time the .- -
,\ Minn. is announcing: the marriage of her youngest daughter Plans are also"belng'' completed baskets were used to decorate the chapter will celebrate with' a birth ,, --
? .
f marriage of her daughter Miss Miss Muriel Stlcox!: to Mr. Russell for the Training School .to be held rooms where the guests were enUrtalned. day party because of the fortieth
ij Jane Elizabeth Neal to Paul Glaz.P Norman of Stark. Friday at the church the week of Octobar ., la the dining .room the anniversary of the organization ot

11 1'( Saturday Sept. 15. at Rot September 21 1934 at 8:80 o'clock. 21. R4IV. C. B. Price has secured table was covered with an ,Irish the United Daughters of the Confederacy Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Kinlaw Florist

:.:-t:. cbeaaer, at the home of the bride State B. Y. P. U. and State Sunday birthday cake on which was thirteen I
;y performed by Probate Judge B. B. performed The President General of the U. FLOWERS FOR ALL
;. Wilson at the family residence at with the Rev. C. C. Butler offi School Secretary, and Mrs Wllllan, pink tapers and surrounding I D. C. has sent out a request to all OCCASIONS
A assembly of of Jacksonville who will be two of the cake was a circle of ferns this
; three o'clock p. m. with a large ciating. large i chapters that they observe
number of relatives: and friends friends and relatives attended. the teachers In the training school. and pink rosebuds. ;fortieth anniversary by''giving a Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers

"' '.' witnessing the ceremony. A beautiful arrangement of the other teachers to be' announced The honor guest was completely I birthday party and requesting each Artistic Floral DesignsWe

roses and ferns were used to decorate later; Courses In all depart surprised when she walked Into member.and guest to make a con

;t Califor-nia the living room of the horn menta of the Sunday School work the room and was greeted by her tribution a penny for each year TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere Any

to their friends at Rochester where The bride was given away by will be given and all those Inter friends singing, "Happy Birthday; the organisation has existed or Time
)1'3'AI they will reside Mr. E. A. Edwards and her only ested In the work! whether a teacher To You," .and presenting many; whatever amount their heart Member A.Florist Telegraph Delivery Association.
attendant wa Miss Carrabelle or not, are invited to attend. lovely gifts, Merry games were prompts them to give. 'The pro Guaranteed and Bonded Service
: who with her moth
.j}'i' er,Mrs has dauby been ,residing in the The- Norman. Mr. Norman had as his The B. Y. P. U.'s are progressingnicely. played until refreshment time, ceeds from the party will be sent I 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No
: .' Next Sunday evening the when the people.were in- M
section for sometime has aJ' best man, Mr. D.. N. "Denmark.: young to the Fund for Needy Confederate
Ifl host ressa of friends who will wish her Immediately after the ceremony; Installation of officers will served Women. LSTARKE FLORIDA
k much I M*. and Mrs. Norman left for, a place and all members are .especially At a recent call meeting of the _
happiness. short honeymoon trip totjJackaon urged to be present. cake. Mrs. Griffin was assisted In local chapter the president Mrs.
;
.----- vllle and Lake city. An interesting feature of the entertaining and serving by her 0. L. Beasley appointed the following -

'il Winegar-Fletcher blue Sunday evening service Is the Junior sister Mrs. Carrie Rltch. committees to serve for the
The bride wore a Ch'avy: '
j; Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Lewis,; announce -,dress of crepe with accessories to Choir which furnishes the mu- Invited to, be ,with the honor birthday party: Program Mrs. L. WHEN IT COMES TO PICKING''MEN-
'J match. She wore a shoulder cor- sic for this i service.. It is hoped guest. Miss Gloria Johns: were 3. Powell; refreshments, Mrs. J.
the of their
: 'I marriage of pink rosebuds OAd'paoge that we will have a choir full of Misses Katie, and Virginia Pugate, M. Brownlee; decorations, Mrs. O. Women don't need any tips from n_
{ daughter Mrs. Lily Fletcher, of blossoms.sage these > mug\ people at each Sunday I Loralne Smith Margie McMillan Li. Beasley and Mrs. E. S. Matthews they've had experience. But when
{f, Jacksonville to Mr. Walter Wine- It to foods
comes picking thf're'hpre
night service. Elizabeth Craig, Frances Lee The chairman of each com
I gar of Akron, Ohio on Sept. 15, Mr., and Mrs. Norman .fro, bath our experience Is valuable.
Peek, Lillian Stump, Edna and mittee will select others .to serve ,
Rev. Dixon officiating. Ife-Iong residents of Starke' MId D Every one of the 1200 Item gt
'
"1 <(ked l
Mr. of'''frienda";'who O. E. S. Notice Margaret Pearce, Dot Bishop, Carol with them. In our stores Is selected
';t and Mrs. Winegar will make they have a host by an e\i crt
White, Doshla Smith, Jewell
their home in Jacksonville. I wish them much happiness. buyer trained In his own particular line
The first meeting of the Starke
: Gassett Messrs. A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Dale Van elGets 1 of bujlng. These men have been brought
d Chapter Order ,of Eastern Star for Billy Sanders, Billy Long Philip lip In the buying business Their ludih -
I the fall season will be held Mon- Manassa, Hudson Turner Alkay Movie Part ment can trusted. So that when Von

AND day night.at the Masonic. Hall at Carlisle, Edwin and Inman Green The following clipping taken "ft'JH buy apples or olives or any fond wriat-

TilE GREATEST STAGE BROUGHT O seven-thirty o'clock. Edwin Smith N. T.. an'<.. Tommy from a recent Issue of the 'Jacksonville i .-I ever at an AftP: store, you're not taking
EVEI' All members are'especially urg- Ritch."GIFT. WHERE ECONOMY RUIE5II chance Ytha, know you're getting
8CltEEN Journal will be of Interestto hey
,. TO JACKSONYILLEI ed to be president and all visiting -....... Starke friends: iSiisssBssBBSBsssSfisBsl best food tou experts can buy

v +! 3o-UIG STARS30 LOWE D. E, S. members are Invited. OF GAB" WITH THIRTY "Dale Van Sickel former All-

EDMUND PIlIL BAKER STARS COMING TO PALACEOne American football player from the i GARDEN FRESH

KtIT" ETTING ETHEL WATERS What"; dMe of the most entertaining University of Florida, has been

GENE AU6isteroate -Caekr Morris. productions in months which features assigned to play a part In Para- Fruit and
Vegetables
drama ;music and' comedy mount's "College Rhythm"' 'with i

ss lestr 0 FloftGAB" and reveals the,aside workings Joe Penner Jack Oakle, and Helen

"GIFTIT'S a radio broadcasting studio., is pro-" Mack. according to'word received i I CONCORD GRAPES 4 Qt. Basket 33C: '
mised in Unlvarsal's "Gift of Gab, hers from Hollywood:
MUSICOLOHSALSCREEN starring Edmund Lowe, coming to "As soon as Van Sickel com- I SWEET POTATOES 10 LBS. 20c

the Palace Theatre for three days >etes his work In the picture hewill (CELERY Stalk lOc

Mr starting Friday September 28th. depart for Gainesville, Fla., ONIONS'Smal,1( Yellow) 3 Lbs. lOc
This musical photoplay'"Gift of for a abort visit before continuing ,

Silver.' Gab", boasts of,'more stars of radio '' to New York City where he will I ONIONS (Spanish Large) Lb. 5c

$ the stage and the screen than I seek experience on the stage to IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. for 17c

; oT v'U.E ,-IW MH-SMch"BMmpwfjr _..' any picture ever produced in Hol further his screen career. FRESH TOMATOES 2 Lbs. for 15c
I e ____ II.i._.. lywood. It has thirty star names "Van Sickel won AU- merlcan
S SM.,...ur-,.t II. b...pK It is virtually I ia. "play within a honors when he played right-end CABBAGE Lb. 3C
I. ... ... .....
mwMbiWlHlMM.ftar. nu the play," for not only does it tell the position for the University of Florida LETTUCE Per Head 9c
TW. "S
r <35 story of Lowe's rise from an hum football team several seasons BANANAS 4 Ibs. for 17c
A" _... -. SVtfAROLlc ble auctioneer In a cheap Broadway ago."
'i'iJACxsojvy (......, II-. ,.._ .... store to the position of Am
A Art.-bat:sun, M ---> -w..,..., erica's foremost i broadcaster and Mrs. Van Sickel Is now enjoyinga GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH Plain or Sliced
de 6..dll .
W.w. radio reporter but .it also shows visit here with her parents Sheriff 14-Oz 18-Oz. 21-Oz.

\ ... several broadcatlng programs.The and Mrs. W. J. Epperson at
BREAD
6c 8c lOc
WALLINSURANCE Palace also presents at this their home on South Walnut Street
and Mr. Van Sickel plans to join
; time a cartoon i Cactus 'King, a
her here later for a visit before GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
Pictorial
Paramount and the news
!: FLORIDA
BTARKE. ,
.. events rushed to you by Pathe. going to New York City.
--- SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
: ...'''''......'..... ;; .. I "
'; \ Meetings Of The Parent-
lli 6 f6 '
Teacher Association QUAKER 1\1AID-Wlth Pork and Tomato Sauce

Liquid,T:bl I.<., j| 'lT"'., !fto.e' Drop I

".'\''':\ I' .....', .J, Checks Malaria in Three Days, The local Parent-Teacher Association BEANS 316-ozcans 14c
ill I Colds FJrst pay: held Its first meeting of
HrMdnch. *..r K.nrnl.rla In SO Mh....... the season Wednesday afternoonof
( WESTERN DRY SALT (Boneless)
Fine Laxative and Tonic last week, In the school auditorium
M... S.*.edr HwnmllM. KBOTTB.
r with the president Mrs. E. MEAT Per Lb. 17c
.U.t I K. Perryman, presiding and Mrs;

; .\ 1 II E. M. Davis transacting the dutiesof .
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secretary

,,\. gr HaU's. ,Place) The meeting was opened of with the WHITE HOUSE BRAND ROSEMARY BR.NDPure
r prayer by Rev. C. B. Price,
.. Dellrlou
..L.I :: First Baptist Church and next on EVAPORATEDMILK

THE MOST POPULAR the program was a talk by Principal GRAPE

I SPOT IN TOWN' Leon A. Gray his subject being'

There my be larger Cooperation., Rev.. B. M. Montgomery JAM

lunch stands but they of 'the First Methodist .

don't sell larger aandwlche& Church, spoke along the lines of 3 Tall 1 Cans.. 17c 2 16-oz Jars 31c
.- .AIso abort or.de. love for school. Mrs. J., M. Alvarez _

..,('and Ice cold chairman of health talked of ..- ,-_ ,
,drinks', the great need of a tuberculosis -. -- .- -. -

.f', I 't4arlSeaboard, StatioaI hospital in Florida.:
SNOWDRIFT Ilb.can 13c 3-lb 37c
..' Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid's grade ; can
had the largest number of pa- IONA BRANDTOMATOES.

,si 1 I... 1y" trons present and for.this reason 25c
No. 2
3
17 : _"'''''''''':; '''1'.i',. '!7E.''' -''"'J..., ,,,,, .. "-"' 'lt '; """ .r will later, be given a prize, cans
:( '
-r"
, 'f E -- 'f4l"II'W'I"Let 'SALT 3 for lOc

W. M. S., Circle MeetingsWill
Chevrolet tell its own story EIGHT O'CLOCK .
: Be MondayThe
' COFFEEBISQUICK Per Pound 19c

.:i' of riding and driving comfort : circles Society of the of Woman's the Methodist Missionary 40-oz Pkg. 33c

' z Church will meet Monday afternoon IUMPORD .
I at three-thirty o'clock.. Cir-
1 1f4' BAKING POWDER 25c
f cle No. 1, with Mrs.'T. J. Grf In, Mb. can

' as leader ''will be entertained by WASHING
POWDER A&P 5 pkgs. 9c
Mrs. J. H. Rltch. Circle' No, ,2, .
". \, with Mrs. A W. Anderson as leader ARGO

.:. will be entertained, by;.. Mrs O. GLOSS STARCH. 5 8-oz. Pkgs lie

,. Beasley.. BRILLO '
2 Pkgs. 15c
I I III YOUR NERVES CAR AND '
Meets
.,
'
; '; ood en.9id! 'PLUMITE Can 19c
'' POCKETBOOK VOTE FOR
r \. '. The regular meeting of the 'n _
\' '" Stark Grove Woodmen Circle was - -- -
CONCRETEWhen '--
1tJ'I held Tuesday'night at?the Hall --
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'/! r t... .. when the usual routine of busi- p.* aFamous A. High Quality,Product-
r 10' nt i .. you dnke on Concret ness matters were transacted White Naphtha Rich In Food Value
7ii '
80-Janet'; yo& reIn. 1\'. smooth but.:' Mrs. L. 8. Hutto. financial sec
,I' ...-..., The best wry to get the trUth gear-shifting, a remarkably flexible: < non-skid swift that
: but safe. retary of the Order Is asking
... ...
I
,\. .. about the new Chevrolet is to power>engine and ,cable-controlled brakes rattles all members please arrange to get SOAP OLEOPer
make the Ownership Te t. Drive this car over make ''a big difference in safety and driving'' Smashing and bangs of .1' their dues to her by the first of I

1 fh: same routes, in'the same way you drive eaae. A ride will show yon why so 'many rougher Your roadways" are absent. October as reports will have to be- 4 Big Bars 15c lOc
Pound
car'rolls on without ,, __. __
; In at that time. :: -'
i i your present automobile, and let the results thousands have fond it impassible to return wrack or strain or destructive sent '" .
and tell their A -.. .-
'- you can see / own story. toonlinarydririqalt.annpaeaeelikethia.We shocks.. Visibility better* W.-C. T.U.'Committee: Meets
'
-
will that Knee-Aetioa nukes bad \0.
s'u
prove You stop quicker-mol';
roads, good,and good roads better. A ride wit! CHEVROLET;"'MOTOR,(XK, DETROIT MICH... surely-you save in gas oil,; There'was ''a'meeting o* th."w.C. Plain or Self Ritinff ...
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'4 J-VnUUlteuuoa-pl'OO I steeling,Syncro-Mesh 1fI.l"iG..A a.. i MY"" tires and repairs.. T,. U.CommL U. Monday and
plans laid for further, work aloneT.mper&l1ce
.........ie t........ educational line. lona
Mile.. ce."Juo y, The next,meeting will be held Floar:

'fKtte Opm LmWto...." FordUrSUUCIMuli -' /Ji this Friday afternoon. Sept. 28. at
Y Action CHEVROLET I. _... ,..
: ; a t..rtb b..l.I. Its ., the homo of Mrs. "-A. 8cott4:00:
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_;_ -; .1; __ o'clock. Every woman interestedIn .6-lbs 12-lbs. '24-Ibs. 8-lbs..
"; "' "'; '"
k' po.nAND CIMINT ASSOCIATION temperance U Invited. to be
.
1 ,. ONE RIDE IS WORTH 'A THOUSAND WORDS v t :* '1 Ieda..l"A5Op.sirb.rt.H.r7r.Id'.Hart BMIA .......'Os" ., present.' 2& 49c '93c $1.85F

p :Mrs, William i Conmee and son "
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,.. Richard of Jamaica, Long
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Ciy..i...... .. ..;. ..,Sf.-......... Conmee'father Mr. F,'A. SWeell)'. .
TORODE CHEVROLET -..-......................--- They expect to leaver next Tuesday .
COMPANY ... ., forjthcir home MBd"wIll ,be.ac- FINEST SHORTENING-SCOCO 1-lb. Ctn 4-IK tf-Ib. Cre
'{ STARKE FLORIDA': oaiparled by ).'!r\.'and Mrs.Sweezy '

,.t t FLORIDA NEEDS" .. who will visit them for sometime. COMPOUND l lOc 37c 71cTHE
Enroute home they will stop at

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FflID\l"_ ;_ SEPTEMBER_____!__8.._103_.n. ___ ___ '-- BRADFORD- COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA .. . .. PAGE. .EWE.. !
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r-- Billy Parker, who has been on a \\KEYSTONE HEIGHTS INMAN BOYS ON FOOTBALL Oglethorpe University, Atlanta and John Cook,of Fort Pierce, add

two weeks visit here with his. I 11\11"1'I. T. It. I>enM). Correspondent TEAM AT OftLETHORl'E will be pleased to know that these 173 and 192 pounds to 'the'back-,

I has mother, Mrs. T. D. Rlckenbacker, 1----1 I Starke friends of Frank and young,men have already been plac. field and line.It Howard Goodbreii
Bits of returned tor Portsmouth, Va., John twin of Mrs
I ; Inman. sans ed"'on the university football team Is a 182-pounatackle: front rn&yo.
where
he Is In
training at the .Naval Vonda E. Inman; who have,
representative-elect was a visitorin recently |-> Below Is a paragraph flipped, These $
Hospital. are only few of those from
entered freshman at
Tallahassee as In
on Monday. ; from an article which appeared
Florida.
They come from
places
I Dr. anl11\lrs..JI.A. BUss and two a recent Issue of the Atlanta Jour- scattered from Miami to
Local Ne Mr. and Mrs. R. o. Moore have children of Jacksonville were them In alphabetical order for the nat. which carried an account of the latter the home of Chick Chicago Pt,
had as recent guests at their home I guests of Mrs. Bliss' parents, Dr. book. The name, serial number, the football activities at Ogle-. < {

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND near Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Hazel and Mrs. Rupert on Sunday home, and ,color of each enlisted thorpe:
CONCERNING I Houghton sod Mrs. Capt. Jamesof Mr. and Mrs,Cl Ray Lawrence. uinnj or woman, also the service "Many of these freshmen come

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Jacksonville. Mrs. James Is a Miss Ruth Lawrence and W. H. data; Including' enlistment, place from championship prep school gago.RITZ------H

I IJ sister of Mrs. Moore. I Ogden were In Jacksonville Saturday and date, birthplace, age, unit teams, and many have kept In con- '
served In, rank, battles participated dition through the summer so that THEATRE
,<4 In,, wounds, citations. date of they would be able to take the
Miss Miss Edith
Charles
Ruby Lilly Is the latest ad- Wiggins
L--
leaving service, and method, are all
dition to the Darby of Starke and Hugh A. Wilson lead quicker In college football. 8TARKK FLORIDA i
spent Friday. at the Miss Mary Canova, spent last faculty of the Brad- recorded.
Rigdon being of these lads
J. From Florida
i many
I ford of Lake motored to Tallahassee
County School It City
week-end at Tallahassee High was
vlslC1ng'friends When '
State Farm the records art complete. hareicome., Two of the outstanding
at necessary to have, another teacher Sunday for the day, PROGRAMBEGINNING
the Sigma. Kappa i for- :In book form, a copy will be furnished are Frank and Johnnie Inman
House. on account of the crowded condition The friends of Leland T.
been enjoying avisit ority many each county in the state.
Clarke baa of Stark. They are twins and play FRIDAY'
C.H
In the primary department Howard win be interested to learnof
with relatives at Blackshear, --. The files at the State. Arsenal, right and left ends. Bob Murphy lb
Mr. and Mrs Wallace his marriage to Mrs. Betty May, military headquarters of the Stateof FRIDAY SEPtVZHTH!: -
Thigpenare
Ga. announcing the arrival of a The many friends will be glad to of Washington Pa.,, on Saturday, Florida, are complete from the : "Elmer And Elsie"Geo.
hear that Sept. 13. Mr. Howard Is the son of the'Indian Wars, and the IF YOUR
daughter, Lois Grace, on Monday, Mrs. J. C. Jones has re- days
Mrs' T W. Shuler of the State September 10.', turned, to her home In the H U- of Mrs. George B. Howard of near Civil Ws.r. All the information at Bancroft-Franco* Fuller
Farm was a visitor Lere Monday bronn Springs section after spend- Keystone Heights, and Is now located hand;' the service record of any Roe Kama-George ,Barbler

afternoon.Mrs. and ing two weeks In St. Vincent hospital In Washington D. C., where man or woman from Florida.'who BREATH HASA
Friendly service quality at Jacksonville where she underwent the couple will reside. served in any of the Nation's wars, SATURDAY, SKIT.: ZOTII
Rawls .of Lake But- goods. Gawett's Hardware Com Mrs: T. R Demery was the week Florida became of the
: F. 0. a major operation.Let since a part ,! "Fighting Ranger"Buck
ler was a visitor here last Wednesday I pany. end'guest of Mrs."Thalia,Perry In United States of America, can be' SMELL YOUCAN'T

afternoon.,, Jacksonville. accurately traced.wNERVF. JonesSUN.MON.
Mrs. L. W. Halbrook and babyof ns fIUre1tll/ you on that t
"" William B. Adicks"spent Satur- --- --- -
Lake City, were guests Sundayof roofing job. Gannett' Hardware .
Ulna Racbel Smith, of Madison, her day In Sanford. : &I' FEEL 'WELL SEPT. SO-OCT I j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Company.
the week-end with Miss Hand D, O. Stewart aid T. R. Demerywere 'Servants' Entrance'.I.lIflt
spent ley Andrews. for SqvUP *. .... food dawn.
Mlddleton. in St. Augustine Sunday Wlm w. sea cos OB*
Friends of Miss Lois Long and Is- our ___, Ow frt .d. -noil this O.ynol'-I..w. Ayres
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. at the baseball game. ..MM* marine ..4 ,* Mir moutJh mad Mil. It '
Carroll elf Miss Marjorie Stump freshmen Ned
8p..rkll'altflr Commlly
Hugh A. WlJson"of Lake City 41 but braMfc. W. .... .... potaon of thiOWMF
Miss Gertrude McArthur of Jacksonville, ..we r e; week-end the Florida State College for Wo- last week at the home ... ens var ....,. n..u. u*
Jacksonville, was a week-end guest guests of Mrs. Carroll's mother, men, will be Interested to know was a guest .us-. ers-* sad BO ..ood for -""' ".. TITE .o\\'ED., OCT. :8-S
Ruby Lilley. of Mr and Mrs G. E. Wiggins.Mrs. Win* MkMl tile food.....Im the boweli?
'of Miss Mrs. F, H. Long. that these ladles have just
young Ellen Wiggins returned ""ell. WDM wa .U too lush our bus. "The Notorious '
been pleged to the Zeta Tau Alpha weeks visit Mat sent m+ M. w by U UM bite' Inlmf
Williams of Washington Mr. Mr.. of Thursday after a three It I* Uw oioM .' 4l-.aU o jutes la our .
and Miss Ellen
Hilda .-Tommy Lane of Sorority. Wiggins
Mrs.
to Marion end Columbia, S. C. body. UB> 1 plot* o( H ar> flow Inn franminium ,Sophie Lang"
' D. C., was a guest Mon- Gainesville, were week-end guests Keystone Heights, also a freshmanat Mr. and Mra. W, H. Ogden and i tie. ona.nl.drtyd and our

day of Mrs. Emma, Canova.Mrs. of Mrs. Lane's parents, Mr. and the college has been pledged to Mr. and Mrs. H.'K. Lawrence wore % ., oar food bmbowols doom ud to. our tS fart olaamta. Gertrude lUlc-hMI-Paul. l
Mrs. P J. Pearce. the Pi Beta Phi Sorority. This. Wmr. wind Dowses all.ovarvat Cavuiiuugh-Leon Krrol-,, A'
L.'A. Reynolds has returned In Gainesville Monday. bed. mry at* jlnnoia.. Allison, Hklpworth,
Friends of Mrs J. H. Houser will Wham frlmda. MmU. ant lad" Vrvrnth
from a visit In Richmond, Va., Mrs. J. D. Doyle Is expected MISSION HAUL MEETINGS regret to hear that she is 111 at her (but vo don't oar ) aDd wo ,..| Uko a ..'
i
and Mt. Ary, North Carolina. home this week-end from a two *' soot llnnt ua. a ..-.dt_ olantloa. taioit a TIivRS.-FRf. OCT. 4-5 I
home here. Oat at the OWMO, TmkaUtOo (CarttoN'
weeks vacation trip to Hendernon- There's a treat In store for those Rev. B D. ''Willis returned Fri Uar Ptn which ....tI Mart UM "The Scarlet b
Guy Andrews of New River, a ville, North Carolina. who attend the Bible study next day after a four weeks visit In Dow. o, ,...Sifufdo5.4 Bnt don't,If -..,.,..t.. ?for t bt
Vtur" Ie bujr
student at the University of FlorIda Tuesday night at the Mission Hall. Burlington, Vt., Washington, D C, It m.r .. umlnnMl (_P7) pill "*J.kloovra Empress"Murlrne
was a visitor,here Friday. Mrs. J. E. Bridges and children Prof. W W. Finneren. of the University and High Point, N. C. torUw trrlpM ud snstd. the nvtoml Dietrich
pnoiil AMI for Cvtor1: Lltti
many
Earl, Ann 'and John of Jacksonville of Florida Engineer Facul- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath, Mr. MH| M wW jrvnwk

Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright were guests last week of Mr. ty, Gainesville, will be the teacher. and Mrs. L. K. Walrath and son of TO lrrti:V" .. ttoeM-'rat, Otrsw4w Q..IIAe..

have recently returned from a vial and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Mr Finneren Is a man with a Jacksonville spent Sunday here. nerve 7'ODI': ai high tension< I. __ __ on m .-. "-- "- "
l! with relatives at Atlanta, Ga. message out of his own experience Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knowles N. wonder ersrf yon sn* attlMWtfeWateh

Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton Bitch. and his enthusiasm In the Chris- and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath, .... bark ai UM cbUdr n.
dinner sets at Jr. of Gainesville week-end tian life Is contagious and 'Inspiring. HOTEL LEAMINGTON
Special prices on ,- were Jr., of Gainesville were guests Sun- ovtl Onrwwksdwrusa
Gamwtfs In the store by the railroad guests of the former's parents, Mr. Don't miss him.' -< of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,R. may lead to BIssrlsMMM ,
ay
!' and Mrs. J. H. Rltch.illas "The Two Ladders' made an Interesting Lawrence. Nervous B........ N.n>> I "Miami's' Moat\ Popular> lIot i" 't
_' illustration 'thIs week at HM IndlcMtkia and .a 'fcort oftier

Mrs. C.Roberta, Mrs. Millie Alice Fernandez leaves today the regular meeting.The one leadIng SERVICE RECORDS OF unpleasant dLtuib-e- ,

Fogg and H. D., Wasdin of Graham for Foley, where she will be a upward round by round to FLORIDIANS IN WAR W y 5.v den__;"....yea. Levi R7 s Dr.Teihhtlat.lent MDedif NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard'
were visitors here Monday. member of the Foley school faculty "Love, Joy, Peace, Goodness and ARK!: BEING COMPILED .. half 1.a ete 4 ) \
1; for the coming fterm.:! Temperance," while the other go- Progress is being made at the ..... Iaa ap J, Overlooking Hay front Park & Blscayne Bay
A. E. Wall,.Jr., left last.week Ing downward has "'Strife, Hatred, State Arsenal In St. Augustine on drink dddigftufly .. ; .. Si's t

(fpr Athens, Georgia, where he has ;Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely, spent Envy Murder and Drunkenness. the compilation a :history that lID i Opposite Union Bus Station,,,:,y, ,
entered the University of Georgia the -week-end In .Lake City with The strange part Is the fact that will give the service.record of every Dr. lOW Nenerve..ertse .. ... r t" ':
.
> _. .H| her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. every one makes Ills or her own Florida soldier, sailor, marine ..... fa twaam.-Ugdd MMKflerrsMMBl >' "

Mrs. C, F, Johns, of Mayo, was a and Mrs. Johnny Baladen. choice of whether 'they shall start or nurse, who served In ,the World Tablet. Both .... ., f '
upward on the one ladder or down- MM sam. eothiar eff eoCrdt Lowest Rates Ever Quoted
of her brotherinlawand out
guest Sunday War, and has beenmustered '1M at r- .ci.... St
sister, 'Mr. and Mrs. I*. Du JIr., sad Mrs. Randolph Boree of ward on the other. since. Col J. H. Spengler is .In .
Green. Jacksonville, spent> Sunday in Some perplexing questions handed charge of UK work.. I "I I II I .*.. '

Starke with Airs. Boree's parents, In were answered trom'the BIble Two stenographers have been assigned > r 'Single' Itoom with Bath'''??l..,.--'.'--"""< ---;i.:;.. .... $l.BO, wt

Mr and Mrs. L. C. Ray,,of Vt. Mr. and Mrs. G. M,'Bennett., In addition to the regular by the.FBRA.offiue: to as t /I( 1 l't' )0., l Double .Room With Bath,-.._-____- '.. Of1 r
White, are spending sometime here study.. sist. They take, the card recordsof
with Mr. Ray's sister, Mrs J. W.' Mr. and Mrs. P..-M. Barefoot and Meeting will be at '7:30: 6'clock the Florida man,,as furnished by .,:D N IJ", I E ALFRED SIMONS, Manager. .

Whit- ..\iI.y ..: "- daughter, Sara, ape'nV.teunday! In next week.. the War Depar( n ,'and prepare ou _I _"__ ._ "_ .. __ .-_ t.J. 9
Sanderson with .Mr., Barefoot's --
Tom Prather of New 'Orleans, mother: Mrs.. S. A. Barefoou:. HISS FERNANDEZ
ROLLThe ( iHHVMMHHHMa B H HHaHMv Haia l l
COLLEGE HONOR
La.., to here on a visit with his :uncle -
and aunt,.Mr., and Mr W C. "Mn..J. O. Turner.and.daughter\ Best-Daisy' Wise. Full CreamBUTT.ER
Prather and son, 'Betty Ann and Hutson, following article sent us by ,
spent the \Week- n at:New River the News Bureau of Florida State

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn ana with Mr. and Mrs..'W. T. Turner. College for Women, Tallahassee, : CHEESEPound
Interest to friends of
little will be ft
daughter, Shirley Jean spent TIPRJCERY

tie\ week-end<, with relatives in Pay cash awl nave the.difference Miss"Miss: Alice Alice Fernandez Fernandez: of Pound 29c __ i.._ 17c ,
Lake City. at GtuwfU's Hardware CompanyIn *
the checker-board store. Starke, Is among the 259 studentsat

Mrs. Joha;; Scot and< Mrs. Albert Florida. State College for Women Whole:Grain ,Pure CaneSUGAR
honor roll for the
the
Williams and baby, of Oxford are Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, has returned making
guests thla week of Mr and Mrs. from a visit In Highlands, North last semester of the 1933-34 term, RICESLbs. 'I STARKE \ r: FLORIDA
L. 8. Hutto.. Carolina, where she was the guest S. R. Doyle, registrar'ha* ann un-
ced. Miss Fernando Is a memberof

Mr. -and Dire .T..3. Rigdon. Miss man.of her daughter .Mrs."W, H. Noll- last year's senior class madea 21c Friday and Saturday, Sept.: '28 and 29 I 5 Lbs. :..:I'2- $ a,
students who have
Eva "Only
Rigdoa and Mrs. Effle Miner, f

Miss Beatrice and Howard Miner, Mr. and '1 firs.. T. ]., .Raw Is of 'gle clean grade B average below C with nor not quality a>sin C.,,) .C"J HOME GROUND t GARDEN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGTS. .'
Spent Sunday in litarke '
Saturday and Sunday in Lake City, spent
Jacksonville attending the Primitive with Mr. and Mrs. W. P.Smith at point cuts reducing their average C : MEAL lOLbs. 25c
the 2.0 are placedon ? : <<
Church below average ;
Rigdon Baptist .Aa oclatlon. Miss, their borne on South the honor roll, the ..registrarsaid. -IV .Potatoes 1 u lbs. 17c

remained over .until Tues Street. An.A at the college Is giv ...,., "MAFES-NO. 2: CANS '
day for a longer 'Visit.. I
Miss Kate' Struth :hall .returned enthe: value of 3, B-2, and C-1." : :: :

- from guest Wildwood for several where days she was of ber the Nations who neglect. the earth uj: TOMATOES 2 cans 15c Lettuce Each 7 ,2. r ci

NORn brotber-ln-Jaw and alate r..Mr. and are doomed to decline. Mother .ca OR ,
\
earth inexorably rejects the chil .a.' TENDER WHITE w
M Mrs. L. M. DeSha. then who reject her.-Muxsolinl.Sefecux a COCOA .I lib.can 12c {
-' CABBAGE Pound 3c
COLUMN :
_ :I Mr. and JJr S. J3. Smith and r- N -

daughter, Miss Sara, of Perry, DELICIOUS-180Z. CAN --- -----. ..- a. .-,- _-_ __ -
FOR SALE-FIfty head of hogs. I have been guests this week! of MI;'. '

C. A. Crlffis, Starke. ltp Smith's brother and sister-in-law s, PORK&BEANS 5c GRAPES Tomatoes, Fresh, lb. 7',4c

Mr. and Mrs. W P. Smith. ..CICI, 1
WANTED TO SWAP.. Three Pound lOc '
Young cows for a horse or mule. Upon ten year of faithful jdeul- CJJ r1tN0YCRUSHED, B ananas

-Williams, by S. A. 1.. depot. Ings with Ube people at Bradford. Gr-7, PINEAPPLE! "No. 2'can __..15c: MONS

WANTED Missionary Strawberry County we Hardware solicit your Company.T. bunluena.Gassett's t.z_ "*:?l-OZ. BOTTLE TOMATO i4 t Do7... .. 15c 4Lb' 17cA r


Quantity plants.lots. Write Lester prices Brown on, D. RlcJwnbarker spent last '_ ( y fATS P"Bottle.. ___*;1Z ZCV !

Route 1, Wauchula, FJa. week In Jacksonville where! be was I OF OLLONWS ibsT T
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CALLING :attending to business matters pertaining _. ? ;, ; MACARONI., 7-oz. pkg __ .;51 10c .
NCnos '
CARDS any size, I to the Federal Land Bankof f t
W-00 for 60: sl.bo for'100. Monogrammed is employee. >,
which be an AITHK

and County 100 envelopes.stationery>275.:100 Bradford sheets Mr. and Mrs.* Herbert Dnrdea TIP TOP .MARKET : TISSUE'PAPER' 3 rolls -.llcJELL'AIlO

Telegraph.: Phone 29. tf.'OR daughter. Peggy Jo. of SPEC
little
- and '
Sunday in Starke ?idbe also Lb' : KKLLOOO OR POST TOA8TIES ALL FLAVtMIS'" '
SALE--Household Madison, spent Western SarloinSte- .._ ___ ..'23c\\ '
goods ,
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J4r .. A. A. Dur- ----
Mr. and sold/for lest than I +CORN'FLAKES
visiting 2 for
15e
Some farm tools *tc. F.J. Pat- J. H..Ritch.Mr. never __ PJc Ir. .. ;5 e
Mrs.
'*. den and Mr. and I -.
eet Route 2, SUrke. No sales on Yon now can buy Western Round Steak Lb ?>._-.'-- '21: TINY
rdaY8. TENDER .LARGE CANS '- "
_ 2S-3tp
and Mrs. M: Reynolds of else and quality
die

LoST-One ladles' white gold Jacksonville and Eugene Sunday Fomby In for Mine S wrtlt of St. Augustine, spent !
watch with black band.
: ;
Liberal reward for return to Tel- Starke with Mr. and Mrs. Winner Havana and imported tobacco Florida Beef Stew Lb. --.. .L----- lOc ?r 'WltlAaYIAND o A rs
'P'pi!! office. lip Holsendorf and Miss Eloise Fom- SPINACH, No. 2 can lOc '
( only 5 ton
or -----
by Smoked Sausage Per Pound* 19c
.._ ------- 25c
OFFICE _. .
SUPPLIES: TypeW It. ----- a FLOR de Mto E A $T ""' """" I- -- 10 TO A PACK

II'.rbon ribbons, adding machin.ribbons, Miss Pansy Cone Gainesville who Is spend-with the moftt your' Pan Sausage.Per Pound __ __..._12'MATCHES 2 pkgs. 15c OLD i
1>*pr, \typewrter; paper ing Uw winter to get ..:;:-_, ___. ;

'tiding eta machine.sale 1 1on. at paper the ,Bradford second ber uncle Thomas! and aunt spent, Mr.the and weekend Mrs.George ry evrjxfjoughl.L Florida: Pork' Chops, Per Pound f a__20c Salad Dressing or Relish DUTCH ;r

ounty Telegraph office. Phone here' with her father R. C Uvto Ova Mf :J4akasI

-.:.. tt.'ALL Cone. I JvmriuN.J. Pork'Shoulders Per Pound _.- ,,_._ISc| Pint 15e; Qt. *, .. __ 25c Cleanser

AND WINTER seeds -are A'free set of dinner dishes with I ... MAXWELL HOCME_
Cassett's cot deM'E.LBA Veal Chops Per Pound 30c FKE8H X CANS
4Tlving at Whites Store. Tur- every Neeco Stove at. w --- --- 30c .

tPfl. mustard, c bbage. beets, let- Hardware Company. COFFEE Lb. 15cFat'1fHens '
Per Pound 35c
carrots, o ::an seta, garden Imbach., Swiss Cheese __
Charles
and Mrs. .
as Mr.t
SII: Muineas rye.' \. :! apprctate. your Mrs. ti: D. Green, Mrs. Charles. bLUiy: Self Rising 61bs. :
28-4 121bs. 241bs.
-- Overstreet and Mrs.. A. J. Griffin, f 17c :
lb.
OR R v -Pu, .lahed entire sec- were In Green Cove Springs Tuesday

ODd"f1oor where they attended the I .. FLOUR 27c 50c
UI, Oft room, private night Rich J/ie :IGARYJLLII $acpa'r n i io.al,4 .e' 95C
link In Id.! Lea and large official vfait cf Mrs. Nancye :

Qct I'Qrcb.' A; small ..partMis. ard. Worthy Grand :Matron of the CANDY co.QalsissytHs h .' ...

a. tl..mrick, 8., Wai- O. E.:' a, to the Green Cove Chap
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER: ,,, 1 !
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cooking does not lose Its flavo .... IF III' vN 711. FARM BOARD ==-
Hints To HousewivesWeekly Fish spoil easily and should not JACKSONVILLE- NAKED!
.
> be bought in quantities unless refrigerator in the formation Final )
1 of
from Home Demonstration conditions are such as 2 A NEWS take charge of a corporau'to I
iTE
ST
LIVE
FARMERS SECTION C Specialists, Tallahassee will tain freeze more it.iodine.Salt water fish con- were set In Program motion inThe Rehabilitation State-

-, e News of Florida !ii n Short Paragraphs Florida Emergency! recently Relief by the
Demonstration SELECTING FISH GROWER INSTITUTE HELD Admin
+h Conducted by Agents Illtra tlon. Incorporation
Fish' are graded for size and AT LAKE'COUNTY CAMP for the papers

quality. Smaller fish are pur- TAVARE9 About 100 Florida as the "Florida organization, !to be known
; Rural
8 chased whole and in general the citrus growers and other farmer &. Uon Corporation" I Rehablll/4./
-- --.-- larger ones are cut into steaks and suent last weelt.at Camp McQuarrie Tallahassee for were sent to
1q .fillets and sold by weight. Qual- LOANS FOR IMPROVEMENTS MOTHER AND SON CONVICTED approval ot
Zinc Not CureAllFor near here! at a growers Institute Secretary of State. the
ity Is more Important than size. DeFUNIAK SPRINGSMrs.Hattie .
q RURAL conducted, by County Agent JACKSONVILLE A r r a nge- -1-* .
Florida Citrus Housewives should know the fish Clifford Hiatt., Special days'were I ments were completed recently Whipple, and her eon, Staf- LIQUOR IN -
k COMMON SENSEBy of their locality and when they I set aside for dairy and poultry through which the FERA agreedto ford, have been convicted of the CHICKEN COOP

And Crop Troubles are In season. Most fish are at topics, and a program of citrus discussions advance up to* $40,000( for the second degree murder of their husband ALACHUA-That things are not
SPUDS JOHNSON their best just before spawning ran throughout the week. drawing of plans for proposed improvements and father, Ira Whipple, and always what they appear to be

I GAINESVILLE-Flooded with time. County Agent Hiatt was assisted to State Institutions, are awaiting: sentence. The ver- was again proved conclusively]

$a ''CROP PRICE ADVANCES questions about the use of zinc sulphate Consider Waste on the program by workers in the event an employment pro- dict convicting them was returned Tuesday by Sheriff J. P. Ramsey
5' MEAN REAL PROFIT ON Florida Experiment Station Waste should be considered in from the State Agricultural, Ex- gram makes the improvements last week. Delmar Whipple, an- and Deputy Clarence Brown of
"LIVE-AT-HOME" FARMS workers warn growers that it is buying:, especially by the pound. tension Service, Experiment Sta- possible.( other eon of Mrs. Whipple, was ac- Alachua when they discovered five
not a cure-all and should be used Fillet may cost more per pounJ tion and Department of Agricul- ..-... i quitted by the jury on similar gallons of moonshine burled in .
0 Milk prices In the Jacksonville only to correct troubles that experiments but there Is no waste, as It Is with- ture, leading growers and others. IS NASSAU NOMINEE charges. chicken coop. .As a result of the
i area have been raised recently, un have shown are causedby out skin or bones. A good rule I coop not holding fryers, but
(} der authority of the State Milk. a lack of zinc In the soil Is to buy 1-3 pound of solid flesh FARMERS URGED TO CALLAHAN. G. McArthur OUTLAW LIQUOR TAX key Lottie Smith alias Lotu.whit
Control Board. In official Investi.p The Experiment Station announced per person and 1.2 pound If bought I GROW COVER CROPS Callahan naval stores operator last JACKSONVILLE: J.'Edwln Quarterman and Willie Quarter-

gallons which concluded with pub- last week, following a whole '(head, tail, bones.) TO HIKE CORN YIELD week was appointed by the Nassau Larson, Florida collector In Inter- : man, colored, were arrested oa
lic hearings. It was found that preliminary report in June 1933, The general characteristics of a GAINESVIILIWith advanc- County Democratic executive com- nal revenue, has received Instructions charges-of possessing Intoxicating
mittee the nominee for
r higher figures were Justified by that zinc sulphate will correct good fish are: skin and color as party's from Washington to assess a beverages
ing corn prices likely Florida farmers
increased of feeds. Adranees state senate from this county. Mc-
prices In Florida trenching of citrus, bronzing of bright, scales adhere strongly, eyes are this fall urged to turn Arthur succeeds the late T. H. Davis $1,000 excise tax against liquor -*-
elsewhere maya believe tung oil, white bud of corn,. and clear not sunken or wrinkled, gills again to cover crops for growing of Milliard, who died'after being dealers and retailers. The federal NEGRO HITCH HIKERS KILLED
be observers -
soon. permitted rosette of pecans. Teats here and red, flesh firm and elastic when green manure on the land they nominated in the primary. government, Larson said, has set JACKSONVILLE-Two unldentfiled -
over the state have shown out. pressed with finger, smells fresh, plant to corn and other crops next about to collect the tax under the negro hitchhikers,
f who MWVMMBMM flM-eAUTO WVMMBMVMPBWBM walking
Farmers and dairymen pro- standing,results In correcting these little slime on the skin, body stiff spring. ." KILLED ,revenue act of 1924, from liquor or toward Jacksonville, were
duce feedstuffs in their own fields troubles by the application of zinc. and sinks la water unless fish Is Tests at the Florida Experiment DEALER Beer dealers operating defiance last week, two milea east of killed Baldwin .
will most from the new GAINESVILLE.. J. Owens
profit The workers, however have been gassy; ,
,
Station have shown that cover of state and local laws on the Lake City road. The
schedules. Doubt exists, in fact, unable to get benefit from the Watch For Quality automobile dealer In Webster and ,
any of Austrian both
vetch or negroes men,
as to whether these will be suffi- zinc application In correcting I Inferior fish are: skin dull, spotted crops peas Wildwood, was killed last week 1934 COTTON CROP FALLS struck apparenUy
may well be expected to Just about were by a heavy vehicle.The
cient for the protection of milk when his car overturned on the ORLANDO-Florida' 1934 cot-
bronzing or any other trouble of or slimy, color pale, or bleached double the yield of corn after bodies were badly
producers who depend upon imported citrus They have gotten practi- scales loose, eyes cloudy, sunken Waldo-Hawthotrne road on a dan- ton crop was estimated at 23,000 crushed
them, and demonstrations by county One of the negroes lived a few
forage and grains In feeding cally no results from zinc in one and wrinkled, gills yellowish, gerous curve which has been the ,bales In a statement by the Federal minutes
agents over northern Florida after J. H. Thomas,
cattle. Shortages In supplies, brown flesh and scene of many accidents in past I bureau here. city
year's tests with truck crops, and grey or flabby Crop Reporting
marshall for
are further proof of the value of Baldwin, arrived
r due to the drouth in the North and are now trying zinc treatments on soft, pressing with the finger years. The curve lies about a There were :33,000 bales ginned at
these cover and have caused the scene. He told Thomas
he
crops
f West, apparently forecast still further a large number of field crops. leaves an impression. The smell mile north of Hawthorne.. from the 1933 crop. The 1934
trend in on out- thousands of farmers to use them. ...... and his companion had nat on the
upward prices No results from zinc should be is stale or sour. especially at Kills yield per acre was estimated at
Last fall roadside to their
however, the Station remove shoes and
of-the-state products. expected on soils where there Is and along the backbone, and the WON'T SERVETALLAHASSEETwo 130 pounds, as compared with 141 rest their feetBROTHERS
and Extension workers did not recommend -
Hogs have been selling for much sufficient zinc, or where the needed skin is usually slimy. In some I wholesale of these : Democatlc pounds last year. The 30 year

better figures than could be obtained zinc is applied in organics or species, the slime is somewhat cover crops due to use the low priceof nominees for the legislature average yield for Florida is 124 AttcND U. OF F
'v a few months ago and prospects other fertilizers, or to cure troubles lumpy, the body flabby or limp, from Leon County-Walter S. Mc- pounds an acre.
This fall .
excellent for them ,to corn prevailing. they .... GAINESVILLE-The Keel faulty
are
> that are not connected with alack and fish floats In water. Lin and LeRoy Collins-have declined -
continue high. Sales of the animals say, the picture is different The -sHOT IN HOLD.UPJA'CKSONVILLF.N. of Paisley Fla., In Lake County
or zinc, explains Dr. A. F. Keep Fish Cold to serve as vice presidentsIn
nation's Is
made by Florida farmers who head of the Fish frozen as corn crop extremely K. Perry, made a substantial contribution
temp, Department of soon as caught the home owners league of Florda -
have raised them on home-grown Horticulture, and kept frozen until time for short, prices are advancing, and formed to advocate ratification 22, of Kingsland, Ga., died In a hospital to the 1934-33 freshman clan
for the price of corn is expected to be of the University of Florida
F" to be as
promise profitable
crops here last week of a bullet
More than 10 years ago zinc was of the proposed homestead tax
come time to come. Where a considerable such that farmers should concld- three boys, Henry A., age 17; Patrick .
applied to citrus in South Florida, exemption amendment to the state wound said by officers to have
amount of grain from but on the soils tried it gave no re- suits in correcting frenchlng, and er the cover crops seriously. constitution. been Inflicted by a negro bandit. Q, age 18, and Adrayn L,,
k'' outside must be fed in fatteningthe in the ..recent experiments with zinc Austrian/ peas and vetch in Georgia and Florida officers join- age 20, enrolled here last Monday

+ pigs, on the other' hand,-net poor results have been obtainedon northern Florida should beplanted ed In a search for two negroes who 'Although the trio have agreed up.
earnings are likely to be disap- Florida farm folks who have a some soil types. Results from during October, at some time BEAT PRISONERTALLAHASSEE.Reports were said to have held up Perry on the University of Florida for
pointing. chance to really prosper in the spraying It on the trees have been when there la good moisture In the that and a young woman companion as their higher educational training,
Citrus fruits and winter vegetables next few months or years are they much more regular than the soil soil. In central- Florida plantingmay a negro convict in a state road they sat In a parked automobileon there seemingly is a marked dlf-
offer Florida growers considerable who utilize the lands on which applications Dr. Camp adds, In- be delayed until the middleof camp In Clay County was beaten a road near Kingsland. derence In the particular course of
:w encouragement in respectto they are located to the fullest dicating that It will take more research November with good success. with a rubber hose by guards recently study that each will follow. Henry
; returns from shipments during practicable extent in raising crops to show why, and get to the Where these crops have not been brought about suspension of SUPPLIES COSTLIER will take a straight arts and sciences
the coming season. Scarcity ofseveral for consumption on the preo ses. bottom of the whole thing. grown successfully for the last two two guards by the state road de- TALLAHASSEE'Increasel: : of curriculum; Patrick will enter

y competitive products rals- Only these farmers and growers .Where the citrus trees were years the seed should be Inoculated partment upon request of Nathan forty to sixty per cent In the cost the College of Education, and
ed elsewhere and plans for mar- will be able to retain a major part trenched and were sprayed with a before planting. This is best done Mayo, head of the prison depart- of supplies and foodstuffs for state Adryan will matriculate in the College .

keting control under federal authority ot the money coming in from the I mixture of five pounds eighty-nine by using some reliable commer- ment. Those suspended were J. Institutions were reported to the of Engineering.
are factors that should be production output that is sold. percent zinc sulphate, 2 1-2 pounds Numerous experiments have W. Blount and R. V. Turner. Cap- cabinet recently by Ed Bryan, .
helpful. Yet it will little profit Live-at-home" programs Initiatedby hydrated lime and fifty gallons clal culture. ain O. M. Eaton, in charge of the state purchasing agent. At the SLOT MACHINE REI'ORT

the producers if the satisfactory the Agricultural Extension Service water with calcium caseinate as a I shown that the addition of from camp, was instructed by Chair same time, Comptroller J. M. Lee TALLAHASSEE Gov. Sboltz
prices they expect are offset by and other state farm service spreader, Dr. Camp baa obtained 200 to 400 pounds of superphos- man C B. Treadway of the road said some institutions are "push- recently said sixty Florida sheriffs .
6 much expanded costs of living arising agencies will disclose their wisdom outstanding results. If the cine phate per acre before planting department to suspend the two Ing at the maximum" of their ap- had reported "there are no
? from the need for spending again and again under the conditions sulphate used Is 63 or 06 percent should usually)ncrease the ton- men "pending results of investigation propriations for the year on the slot machines whatever operatingin

more money in buying foodstuffs, which appear to be Inescapable material proportionately larger nage of green material from two of the beating of prisoner, basis of expenditures now being their respective counties at this
#t Seeds, clothing and like necessities. ,In the Immediate future. amounts will be needed, he says. ,to five times. Dave Williams," made each month. time."


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r'iI THE LOCAL A FULL LINE OF MEN'S Parts also International 1mGENERAL INSURANCE FireLifeAutoAccidentJOHNS GOOD GULF UAND AT
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jai ON THIS PAGE We Handle General) Merchandise J. M. ALVAREZ Hardware WAINWRIGHT STATION
' >I.'. and V-C J Fertilizer. The Dependable Store PHONE 146 300 Temple Ave. Phone IS
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BEER AND SANDWICHES A Complete Line of Ladle With Each Cash Sale Amounting Service And Satisfaction
ORDERS Will Find We Solicit Your Patronage
SHORT You Always Fancy >>
o.ntJ_' Cards to $1.00, ask for your GROCERIES
' LUNCHES TO TAKE OUT and Calling -. IS THE MONTH FANCY
, Aladdin Lamp Ticket on Free Groceries and Heat atGREEN'S --
,:( SHELL GAS AND OILS BRADFORD COUNTY Lamp City Barber Shop FOR AND SEED AT

: Wilmer's Service Station TELEGRAPH BRADFORD STORE BUYING The SUWANNEE STORE
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SEPTEMBER 28. 198 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA: PACK SEVEJTCHURCH

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KI1 DIRECTORY NOTMH 17 miles D. T., .18 miles H T. .IS
eT.\ Notice la hereby wlven. to all onnerrnett mile Wannaa llrunch. I 1.35 miles
B"pui"Church BEHIND 1 that the city o.un11 of the 8ldo' Truck .(It much Hlile" / Track
First Pity 11 f Htarke/ .Florida. sitting .n a from 8It1,3111.011 to $20,714.00.
get'. C. B Trice Pastor, The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures Hourd of Kiiuntlaei' on Hei>l ,mli..r ""Slnclnlr lleflnlnir 1't I'etaonal Tax
School-l0:00: a. m the I I 10th A. 1>. I'Mt made the fotlowlniruhung :: from $10100: to $1750 00,
sunday ; H In (the tax aaKeanment. roll Suwannee. ttor .I'ornonnl Tax
Morning Worshlp-lloo: a. m. u* filed by th. City tax aa....aaor for from lftuooo to $900000.Weatern .

P. U. ..6:1: p. m. Th* ".....1." of N 11)34.) NotKe ,IN. further given that ,'"Ion Telegraph. ('0. p..rHonnl .
B. y the city eouneil will nl n. meeting" Tex from $57100 to $1110000
fi
Evening Worsl1ip-7:30 p. m stale Capital to be hold oil Ixt. dny of October A, W*. I She undt>r..lirniMt. do hereby
Week Prayer Servlce7:30I : News.ily E 1>, 1954, nt the city; hull In Blnrke, at certify thAt the forrnolnir la a trim
gid- '' '' 8:00 P. M. will nenr from' all such and correct Hat of the real and periannnl '
I, owner or Agentn. MM desire to appear pioparty equnllaml by the I city
are Invited to all our serv- orit JOHOV S and file ron, lalnts' aa to the valuation I council ;sitting; fte a, board of equal
'
sad KKMWA1! O\ ua flxeii by the until, Board ofKmmlliorn Uem.

I and hear any renaon why ,,,,
IceS I I In witness wt >reof we have hr >
.
T the valuation' *Iu, >ul :Methodist Church TALLAHASSEE-Flagrant violation A c4 of lot 1 A lot .1, A, f, of I'lK ID.Oifulnnl I hy date. subscribed above mentioned unr names
Town of "Htatke.' Hhwll Ietroleiim -
M. Montgomery Pastor. of the State Board of Education t W. L. WALL.Ch.I..n. I
Rev. B eon .. from $400&O0 to f5, City Council.
Sunday School-10 a. m. rulings with respect the i MZP '''BOO.00, City, Stark, Fla. I

Worship-11 a. m. passenger load to be carried by Hilt SI extvniled on Knaey. Map 18.Oilsrlnal Attest,
Morning Town of .Htarko. lull Re. CAR JOHN9 City Clerk. J
Epworth Leagu -6::45: p m. school busses Is reported from flnlnir i'o. from 'd'l&o.nO' to IHOOII on. &121. 8 f\

Evening WQI'shlp-7:30 p. m. Hardee County. Safety Director trots M, 9. 10!' of Ulvliltf.ton.Truliv '1
A Co'e, Addition to Htarhe JU .
,
I.v
you are Invited to all these serv Asher Frank has been advised that Hllcox, from UOII.IIII to $500,vo. t"01N'rY 1I.eVI'1' COfRT.%| IV IIHAUFOHnKLOHII1 CHANCERY': < "j jI

one bus designed to accommodate Lot. 7 of hlk. .18. LIvlUKxton. TrtihyCo I M' A. Smith aa Liquidator. for Hrmlfurd -
ices .
>. Addition stark.Vm.
a to
I Hank, I '
County a corporation. f'
Church forty-eight actually transports Hupp, front HUGO.OR to 1 1600.(10. Plaintiff
Presbyterian sixty-five children. An old Ford Lola 1 1. t. *. 4, ft 1I"n T. 'fSS&S Frnrl vs.Walter ,
I George H. U>wry. Minister n = 'lot on W ride of :' ft of n, Taylor et. al '
,
Rev next Sunday as follows: Intended to accommodate twenty P ro.K. q lots T, 8, N, J. Jt>nf. Addition toStarke Jtefendunti".
:
: :
Services actually carries sixty. A fifty- H H. \Viu A. M.-Sunday School T.la 7e :10110.110.: HI.ICATIOV ,
10:00: six passenger bus carries OItUHII OF IM :
Williams superintendent. eighty I WV4 of lot 1 of Mk t. Tr-mr-le". The .Mtate. of Florida
and so on. Similar violations are k y -' -- Addition to Ktarke' In NK'S of N\W, Tn Wither IS Taylor and his wife
a
I 11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; reported In other counties. A r- +. A Wh of NMVi, W of nn. W. Luvetila I Taylor, tot I'onnelly Ht
by the pastor. 'llfi'' I White, from $1(10000( to 11900,00. Clmiteuton; Vest Virginia.Tnk i '
sermon sweeping check-up Is being made tote. 0. T of blk IH 't..I1II.I.| l Addition Notice that the plaintiff has '
8:00: P. M.-Evening Worship; and an end will promptly be put to i to fttnik In Nro"\J"r NW4 A filed his. hill nf comutnlnt against. S
and sermon. IP e WVd o: W of r.rtII H. tlm l1. you .In the ahnve entitled caii... rl .
!song! the practice. : $001100 :
Christian Endeavor. from ( to $ seeking the foreclosure of a mort
7:00 P. M,- Lot H A mu of lot 1 0 of blk 19 ruffe over the follnwInNT premlae InHtHdfmd
Temples" Addition. to Hliirko In NKVi ; County Florida, tn-wlf; a
I Complaint Is being heard that of 'k\\, *W'15\of NI3V* W of Ky, BEST of SEVi of tWtlon ID, Township
the Futch Back Tax MoratoriumLaw t"I ( A D I'. 'I : \ .00Frnrl 6, Mouth liunwe tt Knot together
ji St Lot II .a N SO ft of lot 10 of with the tenement. Jieredltament +
JONES of 1933 has had the effect of ; O Fiurl ttlk 2t : to and nvtmrtenanoea' t hereto belong. l'
BOB rNI'V\/.Aidl
boosting the gross Income of six. 4 Sbu'ke"; In ,i'4T WHi of Inll"l't I Ordered, thnt you and each
ka N 1'1V: of liy, )'. r. Uolllo..worth.CI'om nf you are hereby required to appear
On Here ty-seven tax collectors of the state l $50000 to SDOO.00. to call hill: of complaint In
Comments by approximately $100,000, has reduced One lot lOG ft N ft H by ill ft K said, cause on Monday? October lit : t
A \V Itoiimlml. H] 8 hy Mrs bill of
hy Uy IBS4 otherwise the complaint
the Income
of tax collectors
And Hereafter Kite W hy ID ft alley]| .4 N tiv land. of will he taken aa confessed. by
A ground-swell of feeling that the r. J, Kll., Mm N. !t Mull '011I you. It In
hlweak
--- 'J Futch law has served ffiO/ .00 to 1 1110.00.Com nolle b.. putiiinhedordered." '
at the iU purpose .nt a pt nit H aide nf Unit Ht, for 4 oonaucutlve werka. In HradfnriiCounty ,d>
One of the preacher boys may be repealed at the next ses- I HO ft : for of Llylngstun'slot publlnhril -
Jones College delivered a moat sion of the legislature Is felt Esau Sili His Birthright Jacobs-Isaac was forty years old when he took Rebekah to wife. When A I'a; ft. H lOIi ft, W 45 ft, : ; I In Hradrtrd:: da CountV newspaper\ Florida.Vltn v
Bob being Rebekah had no children Isaac prayed to the Lord and the Lord declared to Rebekah thab abe would be N ton ft tn hour Unknown, from1X00.(10 \ ..a* my hum. and the ofriclnla
mteresting sermon at our Chapel Point Is made that the state has would to 'Inoo.bo. .nl of and. Court at Htarke, B.d'Inrd -
tho mother of two nations and two manner of people one stronger than the other and that the elder '
now One lot lOll ft N A a by IU ft K & County Flnrlilit. thin S3ml. diuI''of
sorvlce recently. He spoke on the given ample opportunity to serve the younger. And Rebekah became the mother of twins the elder one being called Esau and the W bounded N by Cull 8t 8 by August A. I>, l 1HS4. I
those who wanted to avail them for ft W ; Oaiinii In ('noksey; 's Add A J. TIIQMASA :
and transfigured younger one Jacob. "And) the boys and Esan was a cunning hunter a man of the field; and Jacob by
disfigured grew
Prefigured selves of Its provisions. )i:, II. Hui.I tu from isioootio to |2, Clerk of the Circuit Court if
Christ." Jesus generous was a plain man dwelling In tents. And Isaac loved Esau because he did eat of his venison but; Rebekab ooo.on. of Redford Cuiiuly Florida

was pre. -- loved Jacob. And Jacob sold pottage and Esau cam from the field, and h* was taint And Beau said to Lot 1 nf Mk tIn J. D Jones A.M., Official deal

guyed In the Testament.. He Senator Hayes H Lewis of Jacob. Feed me, I pray thee. with that same red pottage; for I am faint therefore was his name called R' ,K 00. "Smith" from Ijooooo to $J000 ,- Knight Attorney ft for Knight Plaintiff.

was transfigured on the mountain. Jackson intends to press hard for Edom. And Jacob said. Sell me this day thy birthright. And Esau sold his birthright unto Jacob. Then N 70 ft Lota a A 4 nf Silk 1 J. I> 8-m.5t.8-28 ,

lie was disfigured on the cross. the enactment of on Old Age Pension Jacob gave Esau bread and pottage of lentlles; and he did eat and drink and rose up and went his way Jones from $0(1000 Add.(. i! tn Mr 1120000.*. ;Thelnm, John, NO'1'"'''' OF APPLICATION. FOR d0'

law next A friend of thus Esau despised his birthright."-Gen. 25: 2734. One of a series of Bible pictures made by Milan in 1825. K"4:\ of lOll ft Kiiunre' In NW cnr of TAx 14$1X1):
The! things which were done to year. Mndlnnn. ft orange bin, It. A. Green NOTICW IS linnKHvatVRN
racing himself he feels that another $1100.00! ( O W. Andrew, holder of Tax' Certificate
Him would have killed any other three'cents can be added to employed by the racing commission not become sterile often their children The Amerli'nn, Oil ('..", ...ny. Per"aoiml No. 10. lulled 5th day of
Tux from ,7IO( .00 to 'I7HOO, September A. D, 1913 has filed salt
person who ever lived. Man could the "cut" on part mutuals play at to protect the state's interestsat are barn blind, Insane or deformed -I;, The treat\, Atlantic A Piirlflu Ten certificate; In mv oflia. and mad

not kill Jesus. He! said Himself the horse and dog tracks The play the two horse tracks and until 'TheLetter In some way. A few years fo. Parvonal .1.... from I7BO.00 to 'application for tax deed to Issue. i 1 1th.r.en
1000.110, In accordance with la..Ma..1oartlno.te
"No man taketh my life from me. last season grossed about $30,000000. ( ,- now the eight dog tracks. Pros ago I called In a home where the A Orewn, Personal, lax $:100.00 embraces the followlns
An additional three cents on pect Is that there will be eleven BoxStarke father was away serving In n chain to $'tJ'i.o: described. property Hunted In Brail ",
I it down myself. I have 'HI' ford Florida I to-wlti 'North
toy powerto ( ola ate IVrnoiuil Tax from County ,
It down and power to take It the dollar would provide a fund dog tracks In operation at one gang for making and selling liquor. salmon: to $400.CO, half i of Hoiithweet Quarter of Houthenat .: -. ''
lay
of $900,000 to help provide for 71- time or another during the 120 day He was a very heavy drinker also, .Fruit tjrowtira Express ro.,. Per Quarter of ".otlnn SJ. Town.
again. Men and demons tried to of .nnl I Tax from $.d..00 to $10000. ship S Mouth' Rang SO Kat contalnlnir -. ,
four
A child about
kill Jesus He was beaten and he 000 citizens of Florida over the racing season Fla. years age lulf Keflnlns\ <"<>, Pomona Tax 10 ace,* more or !see,
of do 24 1934. I was sitting propped up on the floor from, $K 000 to .750.00. anaeiiVfnent. *
bruised When he went to age sixty-five who not possess Big fight will be over the allo- Sept. I The of laid property l
was He was not able to sit alone, could Top Clrnrary, Personal Tax under the said certlfloat issued. wanIn
more than $1,000 In wealth.A dates between Editor Telegraph: IrJ.f: : r 1
Calvary He was so weak from the cation of racing as $150000 to $: 0n0oo.The the name of Hannah William. r"r
of blood that He fell under play of $35,000,000: to $40,000000 ,- the Hialeah (Weidner) track and Lloyd George of England says 1 not talk or feed himself. He was Pullman Company. PersonalTax I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed r'
shedding Idiot of the lowest There from 97.00 to $;117.Oft.Piintul according tn tax deed
type.
Is anticipated for the 1934-35 that liquor Is the world's greatestevil an
Park t'.Wil
the Coral Gables Tropical .
tbs weight of His cross When Telegraph t Personal will lau thereon on ,. day oC
He the cross He season If true the Old Age Pension Track. The "center slice" of six today. Ghandl of India says pea red to be the same type. All Tax from 11900 to "011.I)!), October, A. V. 1914l : W
hung on hung
Fund If 'enacted would be to to Weid- about the same thing. Mussolini was a younger baby there that ape Standard Oil Company PamonalTax >nteil this fltl, day of September,
there the most mangled form that ty days Is expected go from $1 H76O to $1)0000.Houthern A, D. 1814 ?;
Increased. of Italy that If they give this no doubt caused by the excessive .
beheld. No considerably ner as usual. says Hell Telephone' ft Telefcraph SEAL) A. J. THOMA3
eyes ever painter him time he will do away with the use of alcohol. Any good and Co, Personal Tax from 'iNI.OII Clerk of ,
could) put on canvas a picture It's only a matter of bookkeeping LI 1150000Baaboard, Bradford County Florida, I
whole liquor business In his coun- honest doctor will tell you that a t-7-Bt-IO-D. -
which could describe how Jesus when the money Is availablefor All' T-lne Railway Co, .
Earl Brown, general manager of who does not drink .
try. The leaders In Mexico are person liquor
the fund but It
general can now
looked. Indeed the and
prefigured
the Florida Exhibit at the' Centennial making great progress In the con has a much better chance to recover -
be said that the approximately
Christ
transfigured was disfiguredon of Progress Exposition at trol of liquor In that country. They from an operation than aperson FUNERAL DIRECTORS
the cross. "The transfiguredChrist $225,000 cost of the 1933 sessionof
mentioned
Chicago is being as recognize It as one of,their greatest who drinks.
was disfigured so disfigured the legislature has been paid. probable: manager of famed Wa- uur Many Years Experience: Makes It Feasible for IT* to Render 1
problems.: these I
Knowing things, long ago
man might be transfigured. Although everybody was paid kulla Springs South of Tallahas- EFFICIENT: : PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE'!
to total abstinence.
Since about pledged myself
much
know
we so
-a. j.-.,.. ........ promptly general fund accountdid see'recently, acquired,by tbe Du- MODERATE PRICES
not show it until a few days the' effects of alcohol upon the And being a Christian I want to

No man can, use liberty right ago the expense being carried as a pont group of Jacksonville with a I body It seems to me that a person help others to make thefh same DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
Intoa I
unless He Is able to live under dIsCIpline Cash.Item.. view to converting the place with common Intelligence pledge. STARKE.! FLORIDA
and ..
of matchless beauty
and restraint. No man has .. thing .would not want totak It Into his Sincerely

the character to give orders with wide appeal. system unless he wanted to make B. M. Montgomery.

the right spirit unless he himself Comptroller Lee has hung up himself sick. Alcohol has killed 1'' .- u

li able to take orders. Jesus who the best .record In the Nation so Whether the Supreme Court up- more people than all the wars BLUE BUS SCHEDULES

had the''power to command the far as selling state chartered holds the validity of the 1915: cor- sine the world began. It Is an Dally effective Sept 1, 1934 For Expert Repairing s"sd"

wind to cease blowing and the water banks the Ideaof Federal Deposit rupt practice act or not there is no easy matter to get people ,of a Northbound::18 a. m., 1:69: p.

to be still who was able to Insurance Is concerned. All but doubt but that its provisions must community worked up against war m., B:24: p. m., 9:19: p. m.
peak to tree It would one of the nearly 100 state banksof date"-mod- I their
a fig so be "brought down to when twenty-five of young Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:34: a.

wither and die was also able to :Florida now cover their deposeIts ernized. At present It makes It illegal -' men have to leave for the front m., 12:19: p. m.? 6:00 p. m. Smith's ,

take orders from his Father. "I to the limit of the law with De- to use radio. All candidates and when two ,or, three of that Tickets and Information at Garage j

do always the things which pleasethe posit Insurance. The single exception or most of those aspiring for Important -I twenty-five are killed In action: Smith's Service Station next to

father." He said The best Is Pat Monroe's bank at Quincy office violates this prohf- Yet liquor can take twice that courthouse.

train fcr the enjoyment of liberty and he won't come on, preferring bitlon freely. Candidates In the number every year and still most Phone 120

U to put about youth the proper he says to close his doors last primary faced a problem In of the folks will go'right along and CARD OF THANKS

restraint and discipline. and pay off dollar for dollar-and considering this situation in con not become very much concerned -

e e It Is known that he can do just nection with the filing of their expense aboi% It. .' We wish to express our thanks Wrecker Service Day or Night

that whenever he "chooses." Trammell freely and appreciation to those who
The Bible never told any man to statements. Many of our high school children

run from the devil. It says to used radio. He failed to Include know that If you place a raw were so kind to us during the Illness -

make the devil run from you. Loose language Is being employ any reference to It in his expense egg in alcohol within a few sec and death of 'our dear husband

ed either by the pros or cons in the statement either as an expenditure and father George W Hln
Submit yourself to God resist the onds It will be cooked enough to .

devil and he will flee from you appeals to the electors for or or as a contribution. serve on the table.5 W* know thatIs son. Now! Prices ReducedON

Jesus whipped the devil and he Is against the Homestead Exemption .Claude Pepper decided the lesser what happens ,to a person's We also wish to thank all forth ,

the only person who ever" did It. Amendment. Frank._ E. Jennings I of the two evils was to account'for stomach when he takes alcohol into beautiful floral offerings.Mrs. .

If we submit ourselves to Christ of Jacksonville president of his radio expenditures admit his It. The lining of the stomachIs Estella O. Hlnson It't

the devil will flee because Christ the All-Florida League organizedto use of this campaign Instrumental burned and becomes sore; thus And Children.

has whipped him. While the BIble fight the amendment says: ThisIs ity of the letter of the act. Radio causing the person to have trou- .

does not tell us to run from a poor man's fight and is not, |was not known when the Corrupt ble with his digestion. I visited a PKEACIIINO SERVICES:

the devil, it does tell us to run like those bodies selfishly seeking Practice act was written. It Is man recently who had been drink- Genuine Bayer Aspirin

from the appetltlea of the flesh. passage of the amendment financed antequated In this respect as well Ing heavily and he told me that Elder C. B. Stephenson, of

We are told to flee from fornlca- from the well filled tills of as its eighteen day limitation on he had not been able to.retain foodon Brooker will preach at the homeof

Hn. in other'' words. It Is harderto large and self-centered corporations campaign charges. his stomach for more than a F. J. Pattee, Heilbronn Springs

win over self than It Is to win ," Senator W. C. Hodges of When the State Treasurer, Issues week. road Sunday Sept SO, at 3 p. m.

over the devil. Jesus said, "Avoia Leon next president of the Senate his periodical reports on Treasury As a boy I remember a man who All Invited.MKIIIKF. Tin tgl JM
'
and President of the HomeOwners : lluu'
the> appearance of evil." Don't ratificationof balances It's hard for those was found dead by the roadsideone : .--.*- l.,l.n' I ftl.. of 24

put yourself In the way of temp- League advocating to whom various departments of cold morning. No wound was Notice In hereby given that under 2T.r5c Tablets TI
the amendment takes an opposite and by virtue/ of that certain writof ;
tation. Run from your appetites. "who's who" behind the states owes money to understand found on his body. The doctor cut execution bearing date the IOth.day i

Run from your passions.. Don'tltay view as to why they cannot get It. The I him open and found that his stomach of May, A. D 194 and laudout NOW
the opposition to the am of and under the hand and ...1
there and ask Jesus Christ to refers to those report may show $3,000.0000 cash bad been burned out with alcohol of the Clerk of the Circuit! Court In

take care of you. :Flee! The Bible endment. Hodges In hand when the state may have and this had caused his and for Ilradford County, ...I..rld'i' 1
t fighting exemption of all homes on that certain judgment of : 25c 1 1i
of half that sum
teaches accounts death.
if
that we hay no temp- unpaid
$3,000 from In the public recorde of aid, Brad
leas than
tations which are not common to valued at which cannot be paid. Reason la I It Is a known f'ctthat a.very ';';tt.ntlf Florida wherein M A *
financed by ldator : i
being
nag taxation a. to specific for the Bradford i
It not accruing
teaches that God will that money to
Interests," or 'lIpecl l small quantity of alcohol given County Hank, a. corporation I is ;
suffer us to be' tempted above "predatory All funds for specific purposes cannotbe guinea pigs wUfmaJt them sterile. plaintiff and U. ..has f
that Interests or "selfish interests. bills. Under ant, the Ignkd 1 levdl.d
upon
we are able. It teaches that of which adds to the Gaiety of the used to pay general Very often it has the sam effect and ..'Wld: i-.b: : outcry In ,

Cod l will provide a way of escape.One of the moat the present system It ls Impossible upon men and women. If they doNOTItM front of the. South door of the ( ourtHouae I
Nations promises one to In Htarke, Bradford County,
way of : from passion for the comptroller ;
escape
the .
campaigns on Florida to the highest and beat bidder
ad appetites are two rood legs. Interesting know exactly what all departmentsand Of APPLICATION Volt for cash lesral hours
.
!
of a consttutional TAX DKEII := : :
Cod wants us to run'and If you adoption or rejection institutions owe at any given NOTICE 18 HEREBY: OIVFN.Th.t of late on ,, .ny.t : let day ofOctober. f
has
the state A. I), the following
amendment > It44.
don.t of the Mr M. I> holder of TanCertificate
run God. time.' Aa Improvement system eane.
you are disobeying landa lying and being In Bradford
it a sin to stay and expos yourSelf witnessed in many years.completely General Is being attempted so that September.No.A. D.ItS Itlf, laud ha(filed th day acid of County, Florida to-wltl! C.t H.af BAYS Aspirin Now mt Lotttit trfcee In DUtoryt r
that it will An undivided 1-1 interest In thatcertain
to feeling Is when the State Treasurer Issues certificate I otjlce and mad ,
unnecessary. temptations. overshadow In Interest the prohibition his statement of cash In hand, the application lor... deed to leu* Corner piece of the of land HWVi beginning of NWV and atR So a* to put the safety and quick Remember too. that doctor ndV

UWTEY: BAPTIST CHURCH repeal amendment to be voted Comptroller can advise the public Hald th.r.on certificate In accordance embrac. .with. ,th* .law following run west 41T ft. to flight' of Wayof action of Genuine Bayer Aspirin vise it. for it DOES NOT HARM r'
State Road 13 thence In North- within the HEART.
time Nov. 6. described ultuated reach of everyone the THE And that scientists
at the same property
OFFICERS FOR 194-194 on what la outstanding In accountsdue Bradford Florida, to- eaaterly direction alone aald Rlcht of I pric you pay bat now been reduced. rat It the fastest known
State Racing In amoaA safe
of the !' ft. of
:i.ou Half Way to where said Jtlsrht
Next meeting
Rev. Jaa Lyles. Pastor (called is expected to beheld and payable. The treasurer wlti The of SJouthwvatQuarter .. I Way eroeee* the Ea.t line of HR4* Reduced to low that nobody need below -for pain.. (See illuttrationa
I but not accepted. yet). Commission! may go further Into detail. of Southwt. Quarter I. of ARM of NRU. thence SN ft ever Mi accept Kim other preparation .)
of Section Elsht. ,
M early In October. It has been West His tl) Acres to pt. of beginning Section ..2.T.p. In place/ of the real BAYER
,
*
O. J, Phillips. Church Clerk. ..n (!$>. Township Mix (I). Mouth I Month It Kaet.
fix Range
the custom to hold meetings to R.n. Twenty-two 113) East! containing ASPIRIN that you've asked for. ;
Elizabeth ..
of land lees
Assistant Also S "1' more ni '
[Church Terry; horse and dog racing dates much The :Florida State News In a fourteen (It) acre. more or Ijrlneand being In HKV of HK 4 of 13c now for tins of 12: tablet Why Bayer Aspirin

Mr M.Clerk. earlier. The commission baa control front page editorial last week proposed lean.The .......m.nt of aid property Mac. IS Twp t. South .Range 13: H, 2Se: now for bottles of :24 tablets./ Works So Fait 1
B. Plummer. Treasurer. and hounded aa follow: bounded on
that twenty-five per cent of said, certificate issued was And the hi size 100

In those counties under the
dates only tho
of N. by lands of William Scott on
!!r- H. B. Arwood Assistant! there are two or more the gross or net racing revenues be In the name of Willie Ann Dell. South by lands '"f John parby. on tablet bottles have again been reduced Drop a says
Treasurer where said certificate shall b. re. Aepwle T M
Unlea *
I of establishing East by lands of CoUln. on Weat In price. These new low ._ .
to the deed Into .
tracks. Up used for purpose deemed according tea law. lax twater.
tracks or dog of above land
horse by lande Hparkman
Lacy Futch. Chorister. tb. Uth. dayof prh" are now in fleet throughout .
of Publicity will Issue thereon on
has State Department le $4 N. and M. and 120 yda. B.
rde.
lIrs. Melvin now Miami or Dade County a October. A. P.' 114.Pated \ the United States. Aiei..* tm*
Pianist
Futch and
and Information or Promotion vAluo It -- 'P
respectDade this 1th dy of 8.pt.mber.A. ,
Doe and Ancll alone qualified in this ; Lot 4 of Blk 14 In Temple's b not the 1''_ A. Iv.SoAlwaya .
..lAtch, Ushers Wainwright has three dog tracks and two -to conduct a consistent large D. 1Ul. I. THOU*.- Addition to> Town, of rttarke .. per ray "Bayer4 Via' ......- Fy
of selling ALL limit or plat nf raid Addition; Lot T
If citizens of Plnel- scope campaign clerk' of'Hiniult. r..urt.Br."ford When You
horse tracks. of Bile 11.: and lot S of Blk 11 aa per Bey'
to authorize another :Flortds. -We need a "sales organ County. Florida. map or plat of e to
U\\'TEy BAPTIST SUNDAY las County vote the next ization' to use another term as 0.14ttle12CROSS Town of Mtarke, Fla rnA I undivided: : And remember when you ask for IN HCOMOf .r TOP wafer r.1j

SCHOOL OFFICERS 194-30 dog track within needs a 4;: Int....*' In Idle li and 14 of Mlk.a Bayer Aspirin at these new low A Qenuln* Bayer AtpbnT.b4etetarM.
4Vk'pet
Mr. this will be the second badly as any big business CHILDRENMAY i& .> per map or plat of Peek. Addition .
t George Piummer Superta-: few weeks, the editorial said. to Town of ..,...k.. Via: and !e*it't unnecessary now to accept M dHMMeorai and go .. work.ttSS .
sales
-Dt. county over which the commission manager. HAVE WORMS .n undivided M Intercut In w..t any other preparation in Its place. Whet ': Is I TNejeT CIare.

' -Ir. Cecil Whitehead Aaaistant"PortntendenU I will have control of racing .... mamfce. ., bed...... half of tot 4 of Blk t5 In original So-never ask for it by the name N. ';: .fe.meck-d.neln... 5'tea'
L and fur resources: of a weak ,.. fade Town of gtnrae, Via, All InHecllon T. itMt 7.k.g 1
dates. Just now members of Mineral I....,........ ...> W ..%*... Main* erewij XS Twp. 4 Mouth Range II "aspirin" alone. when you buy but old .dwrr. rw .(a. +
** are being besieged vast area around Yakltsk Siberia The auy be s ee* e* rem4TVemiie Eaat.. always say B-A-Y-E-H Aspirin and sow. '
r. Joe Hanell, Secretary and the commission being developed In a country ::: -':= C..- b. mi*, Maid lands are to. be old to satla see that you get It.MWAY.MT.wsm.'AuIu'S.
hs.ursr. with' for the temporary are _I.u...< aW veraM .
..
requests ... t fy aid judgment .f*f rneta.W .
but fairly good paying Job whose only outlet Is the Lena river rd ..... die d.awr '"'- cvj.X :.- J. EPt-BRXON, Jfefl"Ml

IeWilliam 2 ary and Wooten easurer..Aaalatant. .\ which follow the opening of the which: ..' frozen seven months ::; DItCO '''''IUIUI''-' ... f Vf-'f!' f-t-lf! '****'"J.: &T.'1'.19..14... Now, WI .. M MTV > ,

? OWUM Afwaod, runtt. .' ***... .Bcore* of men are ,of,tile year. "-.

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: FItID\l'. SEPTEMBER
FLORIDA
PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE __ _. _. 2I J934
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I Telegraph I COLLEGE EDUCATION' Seven Boys Is Bradford' ; Police Chief Of Jax the Various lockout-dates for pICkpockets- "
of
Bradford County highest This la order an age of which efficiency calls In(or conducting the TOO LATE County's CCC Allotment( the memory of :Mr.! Importance Roberts err'"


hiIt I Established 1877 those who the are affairs competent of life to deal and [ TO CLASSIFY: 1 Seven boys-and one alternate Serves 41 I. Years the'rang appointment of,,. sergeant In, whereupon 1907 to the??

_. -- .__ ----I with the complex problems which will Jje selected in the Gainesville was put in charge of a squad'' his

; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class confront the new order of thing Br, nirnsBLi. HAY office Monday, October 1, as Brad. appointment, six years later as p,,
seereterr9.rlaa! Pree. Asra. allotment for the lice lieutenant
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida! will be rewarded with success. In ford County's which was received
fit next C C Camp drawing oq boys,, Former Bradford'County CJtl1(1DLPn in,1913; his next as assistant
,
.., ." order far the young: people. to Hera'in Search chief

E. L. Matthews- ..__.._____ _____.w Editor and Owner themselves to occupy ,ponalble" Well after .feadln'\ the 'papers who station will in serve various in the parts camp's of new the ''Of Job, of ter police serving in with 1918; and finally, af.
rounded with ability in
well that
in
positions society a the past week It appears this ca.
,. .. .- state. Mrs. T. M. Bartley, Social for two
paclty
-- -
years Mr,,
education Is an almost necessary the assurance of.a grand and glorious Robert
SUBSCRIPTION RATE requisite' In these day. and 't6urlat season, the owners of Director, for the FERA stated to More than forty years ago a received the appointment as chlet
.
in Advance times. The struggle for success la hotels and apartments have beengettin' The Telegraph this week that, according sturdy, dark w haired youngster of police.
Payable
$1.50 Six Months 73c- from Bradford County came to
Yearly ; with difficultiesthat their together on the to the order of notice received Chief Roberts Is highly
fraught so many heads respected
Advertising; Rates on Application It requires the full develop- problem of what to charge for bed by her' concerning the Jacksonville: In search pf a Job. and well thought. by thousand!
Bradford County.allotment for the This week that same youngster, of Jaxons he is also
;
-- ment of the hidden potentialities to and board this winter.' well known
C C Camp,'ther was not anything older and with hair turned silver; in other parts of the
in ; state
and civic -
with present day: problems Chambers of Commerce and U
;44 (By RED KERCE) an cope Intelligent and practical manner organizations are pleadln for mentioned about any of the applicant yet retaining his attribute of human in charge of one of the most ern_

when given an inch will cause one tc in order to solve them. This the rates to be'kept down; but human to be taken being'veter' kindness and lovable disposi- cient police departments. In the
John Barleycorn, Is a serious question and should nature is human nature and ans. Therefore all who are taken tion, will celebrate his forty-first South.

raise 'ell. have the careful and earnest con the average property owner or will probably be boys or young consecutive year a* a member of '" ,
men whose families need help and the police department.: IN; C1Ht'CIT; C'OI'lt'r ')'" -
r, sideration of all parents who wish bondholder feels that'he must get \
ItlTH JIUHI4I. itnitAUKOHii
o whose parents are not able other. He Is Abel J. Roberts, chief of ( lIu
to' see their children properly his while the gettin' Is good. VOI'!\'1'\' 1 ,
that mosquitoes are very good wise to take care of them. the department since June 1, 1921. OK PLOHIUl. n| HMMtVj*
i You will have to admit equipped for the battle of life In They practically gave away Louisa Howell : *
The above 1 Ia part of a long article -
"bill.collectors." ., ." these strenuous times which can rooms and ,accommodations for that appeared In last Sun vs.James. Complainant-
through educa several and feel they've got THE MARY HARRIS ARMOR
be acquired years
only ,
I oIt's .. day's edition of the Florida Times- Frederick Howell
lot of "back rent" due 'em from MEETINGS Defendant
a ;
if are good enough in selecting tion.The Coffee County (Ga.) Prog-; somebody.. Hotel1''managers and Union, and will be read with interest It appearing by affidavit m">n.n,<.
0. K. to play politics you '
u' Our.city was greatly'prvllegedand by the friends of Chief.Bob- e4 to the bin filed in the abut' ..
r ,brae In editorially discussing the rental agents can't do much aboutit stated cuUBa that James -r.d'rl,1t!
"role honored In having two addresses erts who live here, and in the
? a question truthfully" says: "For all They; al 1plx.. have, to.\ charge last Frldayby the famous county I Howell 1. ,non-re.ldent the defendant of therein th* Stale named .
0'I"" boys and girls who want to livea what,the property owner demands.Then'too dao and In a remilvnt of ,ot
the
worker Mrs. his first with
Mary Before position ,
bald-headed man remark, "Gosh,, but life In its deepest, richest sense, ;/'tnos'. t'- the' better Temperance vIII. th Carolina over the I al, Jj
Funny to hear a rate Harris Armor of Atlanta, Ga.,.who Police Department of Jacksonville twenty-one yearn.; It I I.. therefore or.
;' to learn enough about themselves Florida hotels operate on has lectured In almost every state he held a position with the dared that Maid non-reHldant dofftn.
in hair!I"
he gets nfy to prepare 'I fdr later contributions schedules determined by northern dant be and he IH hereby required to
in the Union and many foreign Stein's Bakery back In the 8o's as appear to the bill of complaint riM
and
oWe to society, to achieve happiness owners so If our yankee guests countries, In the past, in the temperance a driver of a bread wagon; however In said cause on or before Monday
robbed the bees genuine success, there can be but come down I this winter and get the 6th day of November, A. l>. is.iV
suppose when a bee hive is being answer: shouldn't blame us crusade. later In 1893, his application otherwise the allegation ofntdbtii|
clear and intelligent "held up" they
< one Mrs.. Armor came to Starke under was made to the Police Department will ba taken a. confessed by raid
feel as if they are being stung. Send them to college. A college poor crackers for It. defendant. ,
the auspices of the State Woman'a [ and he was successful in obtaining
o education is the most precious asset However, rates this coming winter It I.l further ordered that thin or.
Christian Temperance Union a job with the city as'a der be published once a week for
that can bestow upon your probably will be higher than four consecutive weeks In thtt Itrad
man's business has gone to the dogs because. he you and spoke to the school in the policeman. He was present at the ford County Telegraph a *
f}", :Many a child. Indeed, in our modern age, they were last year in the tourist newpoprpublished |
Corbett-Mltchell In Hald County end ,,
afternoon and to a large crowd of famous heavyweight stat'
spent so much time on the links. it has become an acknowledged centers and of, course, a lot of that held in Jack Thin ,26th day of September un.cleric .
q eager listeners in the Presbyterian bout was
,
J. THOMAS
and A.
fact that he or she who would succeed folks are gonna be dissatisfied .
o-- Church In the evening. sonville and won by Corbett. Chief Circuit Court
l in business or professionmust will have sometbln' to say about ,
have the least to say any of this wonderful Roberts served that particular PATTEN M) UANDHl'M:
who talk the most The power woman
i Funny, people first of all be 'college trained the way Florida' gyps the tourist. Solicitors for Complainant
,la in her great appreciation nigh!; as a ,,plain clothe man on 83.-5t.10.28.
about what they are talking about. The day of a man or woman There are many communities _
i i
values her --
of spiritual splendid
starting at the bottom and work other than the tourist "centers" In nOTICE! OF KI.KCTION
o statistical and oratorical the meaning of certain cries of
memory
regularly will ing up Is past. This is the age of the state. These towns have the fire slrene, and so we are goIng To the Sheriff of Hrudro.il. : Coun.
horse
e1cgs Playing the cash on a dog or race specialization: and trained ''workmanship. : much to offer the tourist If they ability. ty, of the State of F'nrlila:
While here Mrs. Armor was the to pass this Information on to Be It Known That I, It .\. tiny,
for yourself hard to win. .,. The truggle Is keen only realized It.. This Is the golden '
make the'rac
guest of Mr. and Mrs., F. A. Scott you. If at any time In the future Secretary of the State of'I"rd.1, do
fur the graduate. To opportunity for the ,less known hereby give notice that a
even .
enough ,long blowsof
0 should hear five
c the and after the meeting in the eve you OKNKHAt RI.KC'IIONwill
'' \ self-made aviatrixes when it comes'' to expect contemporaneous success own to get a. good share of ning a little informal gathering the fire whistle just know, thatit be held In Bradford Conner,
Some wives are .. without'1ad h'' training 'Is to hope Don:.tng season's tourist, uslness If is for the practice mo- State of Florida, on Tuemlny ntxtucoeedlng.
Mrs Arm charming a signal .
enjoyed 9'a the firm Monday In No.v.mber
ysr "flying into a rage" with their husbands. for the near Impossible In 1934"Academic they really want It. personality and a, refreshment bilization of the national guards A. D. 1934, the said/ Tuvudaybeinir
t" degrees carry with People will be, steppln' on eachothers' S. S. call for fire theelx'rH
0l each course at the home of Mr and Mrs. and not an O. Diy OF NO\K"HU1Fo.
under third filling station may- them a certain psychic uplifting of toes and gettln' in Scott. volunteers. We are putting you .. United State Menator.
l+r And if they'd plow every the spirit which Is most essential Dthere" way in Miami, St.' Petersburg Out-of-town people attending wise in order that you won't do as For Representative In Cun' r.il

be the gas Business would be a bit better. as it constitutes a force that accomplishes Tampa and other centers Hotels the meeting were Mrs. R A. a neighboring populace did and State For at Representative Large. of the gerund

otherwise unattainable long before Christmas. armed with water Congressional District of the Stan
0--- Green and daughter of St Augustine come sprinklers
Another double..column front page story: The town's"Gossiper" results In the fulfilment of life'sworthy !will be full up., At eatln' timethere'll In Mrs. C. H. Register, Mrs. Julia axes, and what not to. lend your Congress of Florida, of In the the United Sevenfv-fourtlt StatinFof .
,, block long .
be line a
a
ambitions and high Ideals assistance, to a rapidly lipreadingconflagration. Two Justices of the lIuprem.Cou.t
,
Miss Hattie Fowler
Eastman, ,
revealing a scandal on himself. ---.......----'--- I !front of every cafeteria. An empty of the State of Florida.
and Mrs. McDonald Lake Butler Railroad CoimnUuloneriof
will be ; For Two
0 LET THEM ALL WALK, table In restaurant the State of Florida.
.
of ten from
and a party Penney -- .
I benches of the Hou of
r Another of hitch hiker attacking Hard to find. Even park For One Member
If'the "Old Age Pension Act" becomes a lawrhiayke it case a Farms. REV.:W. T. MG, GUIRE WILL, Representatives of the State of Flop.Ida. .
had will be at a premium.
motorist who pick. .
a .
I
: won't be so hard to find t ut'a woman's right age ed him up happened near Melbourne Folks go to these tourist centers Mrs. Armor went to Ocala Saturday PREACH HERE SUNDAY For 'Five Ccuntjr CommlHHloner
heard where she was scheduled to For Three Members of the County
s, 0 a few days ago when Peter first because they've speak on Sunday ,Rev. W. T. McGulre, pastor of BOard''of Publlo Instruction.In .
I mail IssarU, Saratoga Springs, N T., about them or know somebody else the Christian Church, Te.tlmony Whereof thave
Avery Powell remarks, "some people are too poor to ? of follijion't Springfield hereunto set my band
restauarant operator was badly who went there.. But a lot of Jacksonville, will preach here and affixed the (]rent Heal
;; a postal card much less 'express their opinions. beaten and robbed shortly aftej find what, they expected. Know Your Signals, next Sunday at I the First Christian of the State, of the Florida Capital, atTallaheecee ,

oWe passing through Melbourne headed They can't get a house, or an apart. Says Lt. T. T. ,Long Church. this the lrnt day of Auguii,

r, suggest the Associated Press give us the batting average toward Miami.. Issarls luckily escaped ment. If they do-find one the rent' 'He will ,conduct both morning (SEAL ,A. D. 1M4.H. A GRAY, '

death at the hands of a so high., the3f"can't afford It. We have been advised by Lieutenant and evening services, and everybody .Secretary of Klatt.
', (the,Liberty League members so far into its season. thankless brute whom he had be II. get tired of ,standln' In line T., T.. Long of the National ha a special invitation to To Hon. W. J. Kpperson. IIhorlf!
Florida.
0 i NAnd friended. somethln' to eat and first thing Guard. that it. will be well to know, hear, him. Bradford,..,t-U-S.Ceunty. Starke.

i dressed this winter will There are instances when it maybe know theyBBget_ .discouraged '
1 of course the well man I
perfectly safe to pick up some and go back nOf, ."
wear,clothes he thought would be worn cut before the end of deserving hitch hiker. College If' I were secretary" of a small

last.. boys, with limited funds, usually town Chamber pf Commerce, I'd s R. JOHN'SWeek.

't d'' y 0 are appreciative of lifts on their call the board together right now .

way to and from school. Destitute and say:, "Listen fellows, let's Invite -
Love at first sight is' all right. It would seem thought men and women, searching for.. some of these tourists to come

at some-women' ,' shut, their eyes when in search of a hus work and a living, sometimes mer here and spendthe- winter with

It help in going from one town tc us. We've got a Jot of good vacant End
t band.
.another. But the roads are ic houses and our,hotels and apart. SpecialsEXTRA

a crowded with thugs, murderers and ments aren't crowded..* .

The time, of ,year is upon us when hunters 'will ''begin ,desperate characters of one kind Of course the board might be
' 'and another that It has reached the skeptical. They('.d, probably argue
ducking: around with their hunting: in order to "duck" buying point where a motorist takes hit that ours' Is not a tourist town, VALUE EACH ,

4 the Duck-Stamp. life in his own hands when he glvei that ,we don't have anything to

o anyone a lift. offer the winter visitor. Brooms 25c' SUGAR 5Lbs. 25c
It may seem hard-hearted at Then I'd. explain that a lot of or Mops ,
, The only thing "sweet" about being a country newspaperman -
times' to pass people who sees folks mlllln' around in the nightclub .

'+,f is the exchanging of a gallon of syrup for a subscrip.tion rides but it Is the safest thing to and horse-race belt don't.carea BLUE ROSE SPECIAL (GUARANTEED)

+ to the do. As for us, we I Intend to lei < hang about that; sort of thing
paper.
o them all walk.-Melbourne Tlmea.HOPEFUL [They simply go there because they RICE 5lbs. 20c' FLOUR '24 Lbs. 90c

a-- don't know, where else to go
,Another question arises: Who suggested the NRA's All we gotta do*I'd point out is
FIGURES FANCY NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
FRESH
GROUND
the time that his 'salary tell .these-folks.that we can ,
Mr. Johnson about
same just
dropping
One comfortable bit of businesi

took a skyward leap? .' news Bradstreet I* to be tabulation found In the of Dun building and offer them In a comfortable quiet peaceful accommodations little MEAL lOLbs. 25c<<= IQLbs. 17c

0l community where they'll meet a

;l A five year older came by the window Thursday' and permits. In 215 leading Amerlcaicities. bunch of regular folks, see a picture YELLOW OLEO

questioned:. "dls de place where dey gife. out free 'bloons?" I This tabulation shows a slight catch show'em, ,pitch-.horse go flshln'. shoes and ,really swim' ONIONS 3 tbs IQc CHURNGOLD Lb. 15c
but definite trend In the
/Member those days? upward 1 In ,the lake and, live like "whitsfolks" .
.
0- building industry. A total.of *:W, for about,half what would J 10e PACKAGES
.
000,000 worth of building was Initiated

1 The government is undertaking to clean up the city In August, for instance., cost An'em advertisement In the bright-light In that area.tone MILK 3Tallcans 17c MATCHES .2for 15c

M1 slums, when ,afterwards maybe they will give the government This figure represent a small Increase runnln' regular in Miami Tampa,
over the figures for July- '
hand along that line. and St. Petersburg .
a Jacksonville
a rise of 1' 1-2 per cent. to be exact of MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

o ; and that,very small recalls increase that a newspapers lot of folks would and catch It wouldn't the eye cost BANANAS 4.'Lbs. 17c Lb. 30c

Two-fora.pickle Cigar Is Now Burning Question Before Is significant when one i much.. Smaller towns can attract ,
decline from
there is
NRA. Headline. At last the cabbage industry gets the Ad- July to August usually of a about'nine pea plenty of< tourist If they really' 'CHARMER

ministration's consideration. cent. Furthermore,. the figures want to. ;f SEVEN DAY '(VACUUM

y( -0 .. for August are 6.3 per cent above. 0.- COFFEE Lb. D25c, COFFEE Lb. 18c
the figures for the same month In
t' Some one has proposed a thirteen month calendar which 1933. "Servant Entrance"' At ,
NO. X CANS HAND PACKED
will give the bums an extra month to use for a vacation after. ;; One seems Justified, then In cob- Hit"Theatre'Next. .}'Veek' GREAT NORTHERN OR NAVY -

"thumbing" the usual twelve, eluding that the building IndustryIs \, TOMATOES 3cans2lcSt
: : \ beginning to revive. Unfortunately i ----, BEANS Lb.; 6c
: .
.... -
-- 0 the revival has a dismayingly Reunited for'the first time sine '

,History repeats itself. Ma burnt midnight oil in a lamp long way to 'co. This figure their. Initial co-starring venture OCTAGON PACKAGES

,r'' courting Pa; now brother and sister do the same with midnight for August 19M, la less than a made "State' Fair" memorable, SALT 3Pkgs. tOe
'' quarter of the Igwe for August, Janet Gaynor and Lew Ayr*.,will : 'Soap Powders 5 f 1 Oc30c
oil in a flivver out dating. 1930. Even a small rise Is something be seen again as the gay youngsweethearts or or

y o to be thankful for, but It will of '"Servants' ,En- '

,.Some' people say every time we smoke a cigarette it have to get a lot higher to do ui trance",,when this .wt of important PURE CREAMERY FANCY RINDLESS!: -SLICED

much good.-Tallahassee Fox Pictures open at the 29c
'ls "means another tack in our coffin. Needless to say some! of very Democrat., I Rita Theatre Sunday s.pt.30, for'. .,BUTTER Lb. BACON 1 Lb.

.us will be laid to rest in a brass casket. < i a two day engagement. ,, ,
"Servants' Entrance" also boasts FLORIDA CHIEF: EGO!: 10* LB. SACKS
0 ON ITS RETURN r 1.5. SACKS
the most Imposing array of star
Hardly ever, ee, a.man who sits around and 'gives, out According to the current Issue stellar and featured player ever SHORTSIt $2.15 MASH. $2. O

;, :Tree advice .on, how to make a living that hasn't acquired of the Manufacturers' Record con. assembled for a Fox production.' ,

> patches on his pants following: the advice. stnictlon. building and engineer.Ing In addition to MIllS Gaynor and SACKS
; activities In sixteen Southern Include Ned 100 LB.
Awes the cut PCT. BUTTER FAT 100 LB. SACKS
54
1 a states continued to climb during Walter Connally, Louise D

Tourist travel is increasing; snails move across the highways August and for, the 'first eight Dresser Sparks.. and others. DAIRY FEEDS) $21)6) .HoRs"IF $2.25
months of this had Increased
year modern and entertaining .
,I faster in order to miss the traffic and an extra. number A thoroughly
ninety-two per cent over the same detective story; the chronicle '
r of dead cats are also noticed on'the roads. period of 1933. Such aa astounding of a charming: ,' beautiful girl, WE BUY YOUR CHICKENS AND'EGGS

a improvement .Is aa Indispensable who ,*tngte.lMMd.dly outwit both -

Imagine what a flock of paragraphers and columnists evidence that the new deal Is the police and her rival.. Para
back '
rapidly bringing prosperity.
there would be who'dtake: a vacation In Spain should 'Huey Mount Dora Topic. mount' "The Notorious .SophieLang.

Long or Hitler decide to pay Florida a visit. -_- p-i ." .cornea to' the,local'screen S. R. Johns,

0 Childless marriage are nearly on Tuesday and Wednesday of next ,

twice as numerous In American titles week October 2 and.3,,with Gertrude
During: the week ending: Sept 21 the Plant City Courier la .
;; as rural district: '' Paul Cavanagh.Goo .
Michael.
THE OLD RELIABLE
ground ,out'its' fiftieth,year as a weekly' newspaper 'and a *) i _. n Erroi. Arthur! Byron and All- ,,

good one at thatj containing four separate sections filled with The Chinese cotton crop for 1933 featured Phone 45 '
la estimated at 2.900.000,000: bass, eon Sklpworth/ln. the Freepeliyery,

,Interesting news of the county and P City. compared- .with. XM1.000 In. 1933., >..fe, ...,'". I .t'

,V,;>Si}' 1+ "'._,,',",\' .r-I.I"" ,,." t". ,ii',n'. "': !t.. "_,:"r.,,1'--:' '., ,,'til\ .. ;,"...w... ,,f..1'J :. t-! \,-, \" '. e1' (. r