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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Rusa+4//1 Kay, .Of Tampa;; Interest On Public Debts Cut 13 Millions Green Favors Homesteat

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.E E.S.R.A. Offices umn.RusgAjt9.y, of vfyft\ \H\;/..Late lIt! ,.wlde To Classify"known!, originator col-and- the As New a partial Deal answer monetary to' critics policies-of, -of Treasury-MafQoatbauthe- .officials, refinancing Including that op. Tax Millage Six speaking the Homestead may dates call Exemption to on talk me in favor Amend-to till of Record Books Now


Secret}( tlf the Florida Press As- the experts of the United States eratiop to date la success. ment for I believe it is a splendid

tarts This Week soclatlAi aenat ('vv/,\ Who& Hodges is accompanying his treasury department released fig- They called: attention to the fact Mills This Week thing and will prove of great benefit Being i CompletedNew
on speakIng this "
urea week
showing: that about that aU but $10,000,000 of $524-: to the State United States
tovM u'e State made a hasty thirteen million dollars have been 000,000 one and one-half per cent Congressman R. A. Green told Sen
WorkmeAre Busy Rep call at Yk/: Telegraph office Mon- clipped In the past three weeks certificates maturing September 15 -- ator Wnu, C. Hodges President of -
ncntv Councilmen In Sever '
Sworn Block
*
On 8. Thompson day.Mr. from the annual Interest the government -' and J\ 4iej( as part of the same the Home Owners League of Flor System Indexing Win
lrlnr JVy .till Other Officials lie-appointed Eliminate:
; looking as good Unnecessary Tim
Street must pay on its''public operation\ Iadeft" refunded with ida. "I am for the amendment one
as & ted that For 193.3Tt: >rm Lost In \ to Records.
ever, | l u; he Is much debts. two-yellt Rote, bearing the same hundred per cent" Green further Referring
encour/\//M e'er the reception that This was accomplished through interest stated. I -

I Nails fly.1 cleaning brushes Senate/ ftajfres') Addresses are receiving a'trade with persons who already Critics! of adminif< '.ration financial At the bi-monthly meeting of Vice presidents of the league, I One hundred arid fifty-nine coun-
luh and hammers bang away as gi\: reels confident lh.Homellf held Fourth Liberty loan bonds policies, however asserted the city council of Starke Tuesday; who will campagin for ratificationof ty record books from the office of ? sl '

T. new division was being addedthe \# Exemption: Amendmentwill being 4 1-4 per cent Interest. In that only the reception accorded i night the tax mlllage for the city; the amendment, have been an- County Clerk A. J. Thomas are being

present town as twenty be \>//Me
2U workmen under the super- the A"V o iAUer election.Rejization. have agreed to take $293,000- cited A* illustrative of the favorIn to the corresponding figures for State. Among those who have Volunteered several of the town's most accurate
.ision of C, N. Cooper a capable 000 In the year of 1933. The new mill. accountants; under the S
10 to 12 year obligations which ,"o"ernment.socurltles are their services are John S. supervision
troenter, are busy remodeling the bearing 3 1.4 per cent and $ 96691,000 ,- held by investors other than banks. ,, age rate for 1934 was set at twenty Taylor Largo; Lorenzo A. Wilson\ of :E. W. Hayes and tunds

IRA office building on S.Thomp- Of in 4-year notes carrying They rata that both Issues of mills while the former rate was Jacksonville; Walter W. Rose Or. are being furnished by the FERA.

i Street. 2 1-2 per cent. notes bore t Interest coupons attrac I twentysix.The lando; John R. Beacham Wbsi The re-lndexlng. of all of the

I When the work is completed the The books on the 3 1-4'a are still Live enough In comparison with city councilman are to be Palm Beach; Milton Bacon Jack county property record books will

Lldlng will furnish quarters fore FJUlA Eliminate open so that any who have some outstanding similar maturities to highly commended for the step sonville; Wallace Tervln. Braden- eliminate a great, deal of unnec- 'n

same various departments that of the $1,200,000,000 of called LIb- make their acceptance virtually taken In this matter as It Is well tonr Charles 'W. Hunt St. Petersburg eaaaj-y, trouble in finding the true >'.;v

kve been formerly located there, erty Bonds still' may offer to trade. certaHj, I JhAsniuch: as they were known it will save thetaxpayersof ; and others prominently Identified ownership ,'description, etc, of

d they will be In their same restive Two 'Districts i i The Incentive from the Liberty: held cpletly) by financial Institutions the city a large sum In tax payments as clvlo and political .leaders properties that were rec6rdad in ,
places according to' O. C. l) t t bond-holder's viewpoint, is to get I' whose Investment channelswere throughout the state the old books. Some of them that

lYgister, director of FERA'operasu a new government obligation giving limited. Following Is the order'of procs- date back as far as 1876 are being

In this county. Each indl- him interest Instead of being '' Officials due of the meeting: reworked and when the new books
dual office space In the build- I BradfoiA flinty Included In DIs- mid off In cash on October 15. TreWury' however expect Berries Still Tied are thoroughly completed all that
Oct 3 1934.
Fla.
ttmt substantial additional Starke ,
i IB undergoing a general remodIng trlct; lab, Three With Eleven The government's objective Is a. will have to be done Is to consult CIc
amount will be offered/for conver- City Council was called to order
be in first class other: Counties / the side rl
and will put two-fold-first. to reduce Its Interest handy' Index and turn to
sion before the books< are closed by City Clerk Carl Johns,
the workers.The and to In ,. the proper that contains the t
iition by second keep the page
; ; They Would not say whether they Councilmen P. M. Barefoot O. LBeasley. With Daylight For k l
isLing Two QitmUi were eliminated much of property description
I exterior of the building Treasury as as possible D. sought.; Following
would rernajn, open until the October N Wainwright Jr..
last F"j 1'lty the Florida emergency the in which Is an Illustration of
scraped clean with brushes s $1,200,000,000 cash ; the In. y
l& Call date., were sworn Into office by clerk,
L put In readiness for the appllatlon (l/let', administration reorganize otherwise would be paid out. .' Marshall A. L. Alvarez was sworn dexed books under the new system
[ of a new coat of paint that <\, \f\ state administrative The offerings to trade the Lib- Allofnant of .the' four-year Into office. Loop League Title which Is called the Block System: ;

11 1 greatly improve the looks of set-up. fee/ district administrated erties for 10-12 year obligations ,notes, eu which th books closed If a piece of property was 110I.1y.ars
rather dilapidated structure. we je' of f/lctel1. largely have come from Individ' Monday", were mad4 to. Federal Reserve Nomination of Chairman of City ago to a certain party and! ,

[e The edifice which 'contains a E. R, fVi sford< was recalled as I uals. They amount to less than I districts as follows: Council.. Motion made by P.. M. starke And Daylight Tie For a the former owner Is dead or has

ton or more large .dooms has adminl! fVlAr\, for the Jacksonvillearea half the $598,691,000 taken, in exchange ? Boston, $37SS2",7BO; New York, Barefoot that W. L. Wall be nom. Second Time In Battle For moved all one must do to find] the
inated. .Motion seconded and
D donated for the use of offices wt\l\ ttte districts In chargeof chiefly by banks.. $376,960,050; Philadelphia $17- was North Florida Loop Honor true description Is to look for the
carried. voiced hi.
Mr. Wall thanksfor
r the Federal Relief Admlnlstra- C. ty; A'M4, with headquartersat The choice of two obligations 288,800; Cleveland; $26,029,800; \ name under which It was formerly

(.II i for three years by. the owner, Sar //So*,*, and W. F. Powers was provided Treasury officials I Richmond, :$8,129,800;' Atlanta $3- the honor.received Application from T.for F. The Strawberries filled In their recorded In a "Reverse" record

U.Davis. with bwAJtMsrter\ at Gainesville, said because It was recognizedthat :553,050 C); Chicago 64146.900; St City Landrum.Attorney two game quota the past Week book and find the former owner's1 y

[Rumors were denied that the were m./\-feq. \ with neighboring re many such Institutions were Louts, J12.447.950;, .Minneapolis, with an exhibition game with the name, and on the same page In'a
ding was being put In goodape giona.The. I anxious to convert part of their $10,478,350) ; Kansas City, $11.959- Motion made by O. L. Beasleythat Jacksonville AII-Stars, Thursday column will be given the name of

for a possible change in the ,ii>/\>f?\iM_atlon cut the'num' bulging government portfolio Into 000; Dallas, $6.827..750; San Francisco T. F. Landrum be appointed losing by 10-7.: Meanwhile, the the present owner; or you might '

I Administration. that might ber of fcltojfttr&tlve' units from shorter maturities.In llS,472,800; 'Treasury $5- City Attorney for the year 193435. present loop series remained) at a look on the '"Direct" record book ,
here eleven the expressed opinion ofMonth's 284,150. i Motion was seconded and car. tie with that contains the present owners
ring; a district headquarters V AtfW. ... : two games apiece, In
ace the district offices wereged The *:j
I during the last week-end; October V made by P. M. Barefoot, Wall's Strawberries battled desper.itesly who the first, or, previous owner J77T'J77T'All '

ind two were taken from the press; Brad "vA County\ is Included in Funds -Are T a x Assessment that.R. C. Buford be re-appointed : to eecur a 11 tie with w.,

t eleven leaving nine. The local District <$, *VI l1lcb la comprised of Fire Chief Motion seconded by 'Daylight up at Durkee Field. Al- names are arranged In alphabetical "

let-up t of officials will remain as the oth\C jSAoVtOff: \ counties: Dixie + O. L. Be"sley.and. carried. though having played five games, order and the surnames appear U

(tty are at the present time un- Levy ( (\\b"I"t| Columbia Union Over Two Million 'Released Motion made by P. M. Barefoot the two nines are right back where, first, t. Then there ar..'threw
i news is received to the cone Alachuv AfAJrlon, Citrus .Sumter Figures that- ':I; F: Colley"be re-appointed they started from.' separate columns which"carry all

ary, It was said. Hernan /': sAid\ Pasco. The last : Bond Trustee for a period of three 1- given names In three divisions
| The FERA In Bradford County five nadleq were taken from' the/ ,---- fears, Motion was seconded by O, 'All-Star 10: Sturke.7 namely i .A to H In'first column;

i making 'much: ;progress on ,all ellmlnat/tf fifth district. R. E:McDonald Allotments For Nine Newly Orgtuilz Total AHiwimod, Vain,Of County's [ ..Beasley,and carried. Filling In an off day,the Berry t to 0 In second column, and P to

rejects that are now functioning \A, placed In charge of d FERA Districts", property' OverOne Motion made by O.. L. Beasley !nine, suffered. 10-7 loss at the ,Z In the third. Next are the flames f'
1 several which at the present this Announced Million i Dollars of the persons to whom the
distal that: Dr.; E. .L. Biggs be be reappointed I hands of 4he 'Jacksonville All. land
) are about half finished prove In' ai\/t\ \> i'ctig) the change. Ad- City Health officer for .Stars Thl.nine was picked tram formerly belonged. The above arrangements
btlsfactory in every detail. mlnlstr<, \)1*: JUlIus F. Stone Jr., The Florida Emergency Relief Figures\ compiled recently by N. year 193435. Motion was seconded I among the host of the Jacksonville are on the "Direct"

I For the Information of those said it WAd* M\ then move to release Adiministratlon announced this P. WatflWirlght, county tax assessor t and carried. I semi-pro ranks' The playing' record books ."Idon, the "Reverse" ,

erned: the Rehabilitation and more fH 1'1I1\: tot relief clients. week it had $2,249,582 to spend and released' this week reveal 0 E, Griffin re-appointed at the two teams throughout was records the names of the former a

he Recreational departments are The old': (setup of ten districtswas during_October some igrtpartant Information that same salary for next year allow. very shaky tae Indicated by the owners are carried'flrlt.ami ,we,

ft t the present located In-the City m,A\E h 8tlly as the FERA Allotted by the Federal Govern will be W Interest to the citizens ing one man four days a week. score. The Berries were far be- arranged In the same way as 'explained
'
aD I on N. Thompson Street. began pArHttcma last March. ment, the sum was earmarked as and tutl'-yets' of Bradford Coun low normal on defense, and the All- 'above"B3th '

Monroe A assessed value ,
totAl property coupons
eleven. he laid several months'experlell' and together either. The allaroundplay of the
professional have
present or
purposes pro. past owners )
Ion. Frank E. ,Jennings, in the' county is $1. 73,881. FUlnvllja Trust Co., for, nineteen
e bad shown that a jects; $400,000 for processing cattle of both teams In fact was the date book and page number
rincipal Speaker At grouping t\.KWg' Into consideration : from the Mid-Western drouth with taxes M follows: total State coupons, 1931 Improvement to Bonds generally much to the frowsy. ',with a brief description .,,of. the), ,
amounted
taxes $38. ) which $570. '
taxes $0,330.72 county I ft $30.00
Business Men's Club jeograp>'\V<\rJ And business factors areas; $111,000 for transients; ?; I For the winners Pete Burkhart property AH groups of proper '31
marshall
995.50 fold and bond taxes $34- Application for night was
might P/VV shore efficient.He $33,400 for college student aid and :a diminutive southpaw overcame names that appear In large numbers A
W. E. Thornton for
taxes from
.38 \ school bond received
p414it! tAut: that the new or- for the women's education 62 ; Special the Berries' assault and settled
Hon Frank E. Jennings of ) + (6,252( : school mainte- re-appointment. Matters were delayed early are listed on a separate page.
$9,035.14
teksonville, was principal apeak ganizatlA P* W most of the citrus- camp. ; Special until next meeting. i down to pitch a steady and Record books from 1876 through
$14,736.83 Aggregatetaxes
r at the Starke Business Men's jroducit// Roku\ .ties into Swope's region 'The allotments by districts, with nance taxes ; 'courageous game. He yielded but 1932: are being re-Indexed and

ub, when it held its regular W\1lt'\ the agricultural counties headquarters of each named, follow 1104,723.82.Funds aeased for'the' fourteen '1 'There being no further businessthe seven safe hits. For the locals those for 1933 will be recorded by

:e-a-month meeting Monday are f rft"pa
t the Carola Cafe. Mr. Jennings tricts.. $174.440; No.2. Madison $120- $236.00 Ko. 2, 918.42,, for bonds by Horvey The pair gave Mr. Hayes+ said this ,week that e
Stone ABld tAost of the employesin ; The following bills were ordered a total ,01 seventeen hits
ke against the ratification of 868; No. 3, Ocala $139,020 which and $763.36 for maintenance; No. up the books are completed so far as) ;
the 9114athated' I districts wouldbe paid: "Skinny? :McOowan\ of the
.
|/ :
he Homestead Exemption Amend- Includes Bradford Dixie Gllchrlst bonds and $0,033.92 the work on re-indexing them ls>
3 $3OlJ.l5tor
t and during his address giver\ yftilkioynient either in the Levy Columbia Alachua Marion for, majfltanance! ; No. 4, $173 for W. E. Thornton, salary for Gainesville Hav-a-Tampas starred concerned;: however, he and six

ught out several reasons why cattle of AiM rehabilitation pro- Union Sumter Citrus, Hernando, maintenance; No. 6, 3132.19 for Sept and two arrests ....$67.00 afield and at, bat for the 'All- other persons are 'checking! the 1

bill should not be passed ands grams. and Pasco Counties. No. 4, Jacksonville bonds ..H i $3,847.44 for maintenance Melvin McKinley special police Stare.. E,} B. Langston a young books in order to correct errors if

disadvantages such passage It wad Mlfiated/ the beadquar- $251,160: No. 5, Orlando ;; No.< 7, $393.42 for mainte ,duty __..._....._.., 18.00 Andrew Jackson High athlete also any should occur

maid bring about ters of *#go* triree may be placedat $225,400: ; No. 6, Tampa. $267,400; nance; fto. 8, $127.50 for maintenance A. L':. Alvarez salary Sept., 3 contributed to the hitting. John. It was rumored that records In

The gist of his talk follows:' Ocala (If sUIUWe office space No. 7, West Palm Beach. $77,000; fto. 10 $409.00 for maintenance arrests and board ____.. 90.80 ny Hall was dangerous at the plate other offices In the court house
; "
can be c PtA1A I1, No. 8, Miami. $125,440; No. 9, Key For the Berries, but contrary toils might be re-Indexed' the same +c
Vnder the present state law to the ; Ito 11, $467.83 for main- Carl Johns, salary Sept. 60.00
recalled
usual he the
\-J
Dunst \ VA performance
1 gave
litre Is now allocated to the in West $19,460.Senator tenauce;. No. 12. i 737.97 f or me I a.- w L.. Wall. Councilman ___. 2.00 manner that the countyclerk's
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of'cAo take a position first, account himself afield.
state Door
cboolg Florida < rtf 15 $364.40 for maintenance : Councilman 3.00 books are being done and If they
by the State of \ distribution di- tenanc; P, M. Barefoot *
'bout 15,000,000.00: per ..year.Umlttedly the coRj'V M\ty of Powers ; Jo16, $598.90 for main- O. L. Beasley Councilman.. 2.00 stark.11'- are It will be a very- fine thing
vision.' 'bb* disposition Hodges SpeaksTo It Daylight 1 _
It takes much time to find eer
as
if Jto- 17 $278.80 for main- Edwards Councilman 2.00
the Amendment tenance; W M. ,
and Dod Of
Crowd ,
dopted will take from the main- Large. tenance tnd No. 18 1973.02 for T. N. Kendrick Councilman 2.00 1 1"J
"> nounced, for, malnte- 2.00 the- title of North Florida County dally on the.old records. It
ance of schools between two the first state to Voters Here Monday bonds 'alt 1314.98 Floyd Green, City Attorney
FloridVM ,
League champions the Starke Berry was stated that ,officials have ,
three million dollars, that are _nten c.. R. A. Newsom Inspector General -
administrative ,
being received from county adopt tyX district The SUt! mlllage la 6 1-8; count Election ._____._... 2.00 nine and the Daylight Grocers searched the old records for a day
d special school bond taxes If I setup ltfg 1 ly disregarding county A large crowd of voters was ty mills.ge 2& 1-2-Road Bond Mlllage W. M. Agin Inspector General battled to a 1-1 tie In the fifth of at a time for Information and on

!ha> revenue of a city and town and I lines.: present Monday to hear Senator 32: Sub School mlllage various Election ':..............., 2.00 : a ,series of playoff gasnes. The some occasions have> almost: givenup
* Vm.. C. Hodges, President of the game was baited at the end of the the search before they were re-' .
Bonds and Maintenance -
wlse boUt to
a county Is crippled by ) as "
of Florida Vincent Alvarez ,Inspector seventh Inning due to a six: : o'clock warded. The new Block System e
>>h l Amendment. if adopted they "Han,/ AudiAt Ritz I Home Owners League tnoafof thei districts carry General Election .__..-- 2.00
rule In Jacksonville
In a ,rousing speech favoring the on Sunday will make this as easy as looking
"I zulU .-1IIu.ance'taxl'
won be at the 'door a 10
knocking S tlttlrAndMondall: S. R. John., Supplies for city
Jake "Alice" Bunch took the
Amend for the meaning of a word In the
' the legislature for funds to fill ,,--- (Homestead Exemption The above- 'Information la taken hall _._.___.,-.......__ 7.35 "till fo rthe and
"* lap left vacant'when the tax laughsrolling ment. which Is to be voted upon from th records in the. office of Harold C. Wall Premium Daylighters gave dictionary or any other conveniently
the
Will 1tk eJteepll but two scratch bits. He whiffed -
'* November general electionfor up Indexed book.PROCEEDINGS .
wenues are taken away. And jitt* along In his latest Iin the to the State's consti Mr. WalA right and -la self ex- Bond. Cart Johns ........ 00.00 seven and gave four passes. ,
" he continued. It will be well Andy. which will adoption planatory. Dr. E. L, Biggs. City Health .
+ 1tAdY
Joe the
picture. Senator Hodges' ; Sparkmaa was on Berrymouud..and
remember that the amendmentnot Rita The- Although .... Officer 1933-34 ..____.. 39.00 OF
the ,
Be on tV />c-'e* > at talk was brief and to the point by although giving ..1Mts.
With BOARD
Clash SCHOOL
homestead
relieve any at:.. SutfV/ end Monday. the aid of a special car equipped Torntttloe Bradford County Telegraph' He .struck out eleven. ,
perty* from taxes required on Wltho >\ tlAubt. It'. Rogers fun- with loudspeakers and a microphone Haiti/iff This AfternoonOn Advertising Tax Equalization tPaylight. counted In the third ,Board met in regular session.
of the bond bolder. Wblliart the story of ________._.___ 16.80
meat pl1t.uA d is It carried well and seemedto 'Gridiron' Fulton'walked, went to third on a with members. J. C. Prevatt aDd
crippling our,, efforts .to what hMDod to business nan H. L. Brownlee Bond Trus- throw over first and scored onCoppV .
received by his : 8. t. Crews, Minutes
present. were
a Florida a more ''desirableIn flnilif \\Wt ned to his wife's be appreciably tee ________.__.....;.... f.M ,trlplato, left. In the sixth ?
who that Is
I listeners. The Amendment Bradford. County High approved after an additional notation
The ,
r which to live, the bond. pleas tb ViA* retire from businessknVleaA designed to free small taxpayer of SchoolTornadoes' football team R.Davi.Bond: Trustee ... 1.00 the Berries tied the score- whenCarter of a donation of "$25.00 from f I

; continues to get his.1emben : I tA ,,'a,.; Me does his the burden of losing their homes, after dropping the first threegame J. P. Colley, Bond Trustee... 1.00 >singled Woodall was safe the Board to apply 'on the cost of'
of the club felt honorft first vd.t/ltib duce with Conchita 4 Harold! C. Wall Premium on a fielder's choice and took second the ..
< the valuation of which Is $5.OOO or of the season to Lake City repairs to E. R. A. building
having Mr. Jennings who to Md with the hilarious Bond of H. L. Brownlee., '9.00 on aa out. Abbott walked and .
discussedby
< I Montene/VA below', through taxes was And Live Oak; will makean N. D. Green met the Board relative
Newberr?
] Speaker of the House Ofaentauves'as '
? VWltfg >In the picture; Harold C. Wall Premium JOII..lI8Rt. one through second to
,sltuatioV1 Mr. Hodges; and he pointed out atUpt ta hold ,tbe Hastings to helpinr transportng ala s''
their,guest for. I the audl 't W Kept ID stitches. many Interesting facts relating to Wwls" here this afternoon Bond of J. F. Colley__ 6.00 core Woodall. children. to Hetlbroon Springs*,
meeting., I Comm/ fT> tJle BK Tuesday and the of the Amendment grldder clash: on the Harold CM Wail Premium PL. J. Hail and Carter secured the same granted.' a
passage u.0 team
C-- S I Wednes Xy Af peat week will be Among others be called to the attention Reno when ]Fl 'I4. *: PD Ford truck ____.._ 39.00 two Berry bits, while Copps and Mr. Aubrey brink met the Board,

Crank Sweezy Returns I the starVV*to< 'the r''
The WajfU Baby Stars In the would Ford truck out bog ,._- '.00 light. Board toe to
To Jamaica New'Y. ork : empUon of homes bring Queen..tu Tornadoes,'-taken ae a a project beautify the'aschool
new fllny "'1'oe.a '* and BeautifuL"'the newcomers into the state, who 10 one hundred per cent Wynk Boulware' Paintings ground of Bradford County rt
--- will get a whole; Ve ___.____ S-CO
tee I femAVtf taaoi lal1l would build new home, buy new better .*l af. than they were,,I',for signs ._ MARRIAGE LICENSER ISSUED ', same passed for the pcasent.. to
many fried), of Frank genuine tyHU flow this 'Mascot furniture, groceries and other necessities Newberry games Shell ,.Petroleum Corp. City be considered later. '
who has been In the gen I I Pictures /p icUl production In of life which fact he the Laid slap City W or In every respect lmprovenMrdM Gas Jfc: Oils. .-___ 34.31 Marriage licenses Issued from The Board agreed to pay H. C..
h wing business for the past which Jvtt*$ Allen and the bevy pointed out. will mean new money and they unaxpeeted so soon 'A:; L. Alvarez Gas *. Oils .. 10.84 the office of County Judge E. K. Brown the balance due him as k ,

t years, will ,. 'sorry' to bear I of besuttjl1WAtnpa{ \ / Stars; will of. for the State of Florida, and at after t* lA0tog I practice.. W. II:. Thornton, Gas *: 0Us.. '.84 'erryman for the remainder 'of teacher of Heilbronn School

due to ill health he has been fer an aQvtAc. view of coming|the same time will mean freeing 'A' retu>r string of .first, lineman Patten *: Landrum.>cct. Eu- September were: Robert Pratherto Board passed the. necessary resolution -' _.

$4 to return to Jamaica, Nv T. styles U/t,">*ry woman will en- the small homeowner WlIo can not will V.fc on the field this afternoon. rlka Fire Hose :Mfg. Co 00.00 KIM Etta Fay GUI Sept 37j for borrowing money for ,..

farm, about a mile out,"on Joy. KyV}r and. Bautlfnr- theforeninnVV pay his taxes aa things stand and. *Ad a large crowd of local Bank .f Starke 19 coupons Bryan Harrison to Miss Mary Mar September payroll. : ..
J? K y tone HeighU roadhas:;:; o* a new: type of mo- Uaefore.'nu..t lose his property. expected.' You should ,No." J9-35 1931 Improve- tha Corbett. Sept. 28;. Russell Nor. '- No further business the- Board ',e::"

.-.. "I 0r Mr.. Carl ;JacQoa. tn.pict't.1Wbeseing' as It does. '. attend fans tile era> game aad boost, the incnt ___ ....... ._;....ftTO-OO man to,Miss Muriel, SUcox.;, Sept. adjourned, to meet the. first,Monday Ii

It. v Ill do eX t lv. farming,on various VN/ <0# t* of comedy, drama ofImports home box. Hake this the tint11etefY There.being no further business. 21; and EL:; F. ,Conway 7 to "KIM In. November..,** '"' It: 4
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BRADFORD COUNTT'TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FIUD.\.Y, OCTOBER I

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- GRAHAM Heilbronn Springs GUM BRANCH SAXTON week at Starke with her sister, Mrs. Getzen Farnell, Misses Edith Male fur seals keep watch over

Mr. L. C. Smith, Correspondent' Miss Thelma Ithoden, Cor. Bliss Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. Mra. W. A. Trier. Corr..i imd*.t I Mrs. C.to... Moody. Wiggins, Gertrude Houser, and without their J harem food from April to July'

"' Mr. and W M.. Normanand Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard and Arnlta Ogden, John Bird, Donald drink or rent.
Wise Mr. and Mrs.: H. H. Keene and ,r .
Carlton Davis and Bartow Mrs. Ella Kite and Albert,
; son children, of Rising, were visiting I children, of woodiawn, were visit- E. Pangborn and Daniel F. Cros The
returned home Monday after a left Tuesday for Jacksonville to Sons Enoch, R. C., and Harley, Royal air forces of Great
relatives here I Crawford
Sunday. ing Mr. and Mrs. R. N. land.
'f brief visit with the latter'a parents spent Saturday at Jacksonville Britain flew more than 40,
spend a while, before leaving for 000.(ton
Hicks
I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. are
B. Wise, of with relatives. Sunday afternoon Msss Edith Wiggins attended miles last year with
jt Mr and Mrs. B. their home In New York. spending some time In Jackson thirty-nine fatal .
Jacksonville, A large crowd attended churchat Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Miss Thelma Gasklns underwentan the. dance In Lake City Friday accidents.MALARIA.

+' C. S. Kelly of Brooker, was a the home of D. B. Forsyth Sat- Mrs. B.!: E. Yarbrough and con, A. ville.Mr. operation for appendicitis Iv night and was the. guest of ,:Mr,
and Mrs. C. C. Summer are Starke Sunday afternoon. She Is
I,. J., ware the dinner guests of Mr.
visitor here Tuesday. urday night.
announcing the arrival of a son on now a patient at the Marr Hospitaland and Mrs. H. A. Wilson at their
Ezekiel Dryden, and Mr. and Miss Thelma Rhoden spent Sat and Mrs. J. A. Harnage Sunday. home Miss and
} and Thursday, Sept 27. Mrs. Summerwill her many friends will be Interested trere. Wiggins
k, :Mrs. Joe Call were vinitofs. to urday night with Miss Leila Ward. Mr. and Mrs. P.'D. Reddish be remembered as Miss Viola to learn she is doing nice Hugh Wilson drove to Jacksonville
s' Starke Wednesday.Mrs. Miss Pauline Green was visiting children were visiting Mr. and Mae Tyler. Saturday for' the football game,
Mrs. W. M. Reddish of Evergreen Speedy Relief of
," Truby Dyal, of Waldo was Thelma Rhoden Sunday.Mr. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Tyler and ly.KEYSTONE returning to Keystone Heights Chills
I visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Johnson and Mrs. Walter. Ward and children and O. T. Nelson attended HEIGHTS Saturday night where Mr. Wilson and FeverDon't
Warren of Starke 'visitors Misses Elizabeth Harnage Alice was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Thursday Dock were church at Heilbronn Sunday. Mrs. T.
Demery, Correspondent
Edward and Ella Mae Ricks, let Malaria
tear
in section after- Wiggins over Sunday. you apart with
our Sunday of Dou-
Gordon WadaVorth, of Hampton Sunday afternoon. Joe and Rudolph Bryan I its racking chills and burning fever.
was a .visitor here Friday.Mr noon. ble Run were visitors here Sunday. A delightful event of the past L. A. Miller arrived Saturday to no home-made or mere makeshift" Trust.
A and Mrs. F. M. Griffin were Thelma and Mae Rhoden W. C. Mrs Li. C. Conner was the guestOf Mr. and Mrs.. B. Batten were week was the bridge party given from MeadvlIIe and Brookvllle, Pa. Take the medicine prepared rcmsdles.
t visitors to Starke Friday Rhoden, A. :1, Yarbrough and David her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. business vlsltor&ito Starke Thurs by Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Demery at Where his wife and children are dally for Malaria-Grove's TastilM esne-
Thomas spent a few days In C. demons Sunday. their''' home on Friday evening. spending several weeks. Mrs. Mil- Chill T9nlc
', Mr. and' Mrs. C. B. Roberts were Morrlston and Gulf Hammock lost Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browningand day.John Bill, of Double Run, was a Early fall flowers were effectivelyused ler Is expected to return early In Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Rives real
visitingthe former's mother, at week. children were visiting! her par- visitor here Sunday. throughout the rooms. Sev- November. relief from Malaria because It's a scien
y Lake Butler Sunday: afternoon. Misses Rosa Moore, :Mary Red ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Mr. and Mrs J. C. Dixon attended eral progressions of contract were Week-end guests at the home of tific combination of tasteless quinine and
Mr. and Mra. John Crews, of Moore and Russell tonic Iron.The quinine kills the Malarial
dish, Clarence .
Sunday.Mrs. church here Sunday Mr.
enjoyed and at the conclusion of and Mrs. W. B. Adlcks were,
Infection In the
Lake Butler, were visiting the lattar's blood. The iron builds
n Reddish attended church at Hell Owen Carter and Donald .
son the the hostess M.rs. and
games served George Gray Billy,
E. J. refreshments son. up the system and helps fortify
and against
parents, Mr. Mra. .
bronn Sunday.Mr. Ray were the guests of Mrs. BOOTSEY'S BEACIIMr. Prizes for high scores and Miss Lois Couch of Sanford. further attack At the fiAt sign of
"
:Murrhee Sunday. Lewis Clemons of Starke any
Ricks Sunday. .. were won by Mrs. Frank Merrill Friends of Mrs. C. Wesley Larson attack of Malaria take Grove's Tastclea
::4 Mr. and Mrs. David Durbin, of was visiting his parents, Mr. and Miss Bartlce\ Norman Is spend L. Gakht rorrmpnnilentMr. and Daniel F. Crosland. Those Invited will be glad to learn that she Chill Tonic. Better still take It regularly

Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs.Durbln's Mra. John Clemons Sunday. ing a while at Palatka with her I and M-Pbllllp; : Sullivanand to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Is out again after an Illness of sev- during the Malaria season to ward ol
mother, Mrs. Chesly Fogg Earl Parmenter spent Tuesday brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and baby, Jean of Jacksonville, Frank Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. eral days. the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
Sunday, and Wednesday at Gulf Hammock Mrs. Raymond Waters. and Mrs, Jean Gasklns of this Lawrence, Mr.:: and Mrs. Fred Carr Is absolutely! harmless and tastes good
Mr. and
c Mrs. J. Russell Hall and
Mr ..and'Mn.. Tom Waadln and I visiting his slater, Mra. Ollie Petty There will be prayer meeting at place, spent several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley Larson Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic now
,
family, of Waldo, were visiting his and daughter, arrived home Monday after comes in two sizes, SOc and $L The $1
T. J. Moore son, Clarence, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Woodles Fri- Friends and relatives In South Mr. and Mr D. O. Stewart Mr.
,
vl parents, Mr. and Mr H. M. Was- were business vlaltof, to Starke day night. Everybody welcome to Florida last week. and Mrs. W. B. Adlcks spending the summer in pointsin size contain. 2M times as much as the SOc:
Mr. and Pennsylvania. Chicago and size and gives you 25% more for your
din Sunday.O. .
Monday. attend. Mla Ruth Uurrhee spent last Mrs. Eugene Hieberger, Mr. and Get bottle at
W. Dyal, L. C. Smith and J. Washington, D. C. money. a today any store.
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? H. Surrency attended the fifth "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"tBill Collectors

Church Sunday Saturday.meeting at Kingsley Lake Beware ---By POP MOMAND

: Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and HBK'eS! MY CAirDe'M: Out AGENCY JARDS YOUR
family were, visiting their daughter PROM TM' N. F* A.--. WOMB PROM: BuIZGt.ARY--Fog( aMe.Se4ecRHOOD

and son-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. PROTeCTION NO""IINAISUM" WO HAVE OUR PRIVATE THAT SEEMED 7t)
f
Irving Dyal.,, WHAT AcQaN<:.....-- Fuc.a:: : fVCTKKH. TtaoR MOMS PAY / BB MVCWDCDWHEN
y-, Ezekiel Dryden, Lem Parrlsh CAM X AND NJKa-HT.; THIS S6l5VICe u V we and L E. Ratllffe left Sunday DO RSR I
i >A ght for a visit with friends and YOU? i \ HlREO at t %%.. !
relatives Orlando.
% I I
g. Henry Shaw, of the Ziff section, q .

was a visitor here Friday.HIGHLAND. I 4Re
'i WgSTING
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u liEftEfl !

'yll t"
r ,M. E. Crews'-, Correspondent + '
:
Mrs Max Carter and Mrs.W. A.

6. Starling were visitors to Jacksonville

L' Wednesday. }i
Mr. Leta Rossignol and B. M. ir

1, Wimberly of Jacksonville were a t9 ny..ar ra, w / 1 ta
A dinner guests of Mr H. C. Wim- i .
I II Y I "lAMttt 11111 U..,;' J
berly Thursday night.

Lawrence Dtnklns of Lawtey, THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR
f'' waa a business visitor here Fri. In The Same Boat

st day. ... .

4 MlM Mary Dinkins and B. P, / 6ItMc; : w 1
Dlnklna were her Thursday.. < -nr, tmmHCi! WvNY ONE DON .(tVt
HM
TOO
and children of ONK [ INYOU ( DARNED
Ufa. D. C. Reid t \
,
vv.K BUD & ; CXPIRIENCC. WITH
', :Maxvllle visited friends here. I, ""I"'OU ti T'T AROUND .HEW!
+ A T
Thursday. w l OUCMT", WHAT KHPS YOU rsr y NEY! tTHINQ
,S Mr. and Mra. George Wilkinsonare fROrA IT
announcing the arrival of a 'L qj

baby girl Thursday She will be "
called Betty Jean. C

Miss Ollie Iart"ot Starke, visited : C> _
a relatives here Thursday.
.
d
Dr. E. L.: Biggs was a visitor vs

t here Thursday. -., __
Max Carter and Miss Jewel Carter -
were visitor. to Starke Satur c A T. /
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1 day. \
r Mr; and Mrs. J. W. Grlffla had I -
aa guests Sunday, Mr. 'and Mrs. r
Vic, Arthur Starling Misses Gladys, ter.ov1 y _

4' Mable, Effie, Eugenia Starling Art .11 i i
w _
thur, Jr., and Hubert and Mildred .1 0 I 1'' -. /
Starling ,of Gulf Hammock.Mrs. + II
H. C, Wlmberly Miss Beth I I
Wlmbqrly and Carson M. Grlffla

i were In Maxvllle Friday.
Gilbert H. Barker, of Jacksonville .
,. C..,.
visited friends here Monday.
I Mrs. W..''J. Hardee, Miss Eloise "THE t'lAINTHING ON MAIN STREET" -
By 'Zelm"fri..t.l1t.Jueo"r
Hardee Miss Kathleen Hardee, LF.'Ya

,4 Miss Maggie Crew, J. F. Grlffla, .

1 ins; Eugene Austin, Romeo Prescott t X DON'T. dIVE A HOOT WHEQB YEi IT WOODEN MAKE { 1 ,
and Brown Austin attended the ;:! ., DIFFERENCE TO
Union meeting at Maxville Satur : FROM 012 WHO VA "ARE. ; IF YOU NO 4e_
MAIN STREET 4 HLN if THAT Girt
i> day. WANTA SHOW ME YER <3AMPLE<3ffOTTA Hen Battletrap'sGa.ra.ge
BESTPLEASURE
NEW4PAPER vuAS
TFIE PRINCE
b" Mj-s. N.-T Green spent Sunday + BUT YA WAIT' TiLL I'MLI TNRU a
8I, here with relatives. TEMIN' TO ftift, CONCERT OF WALE, 4ELLIN
3 Miss Louise Smith was a visitor BEFORE I'M GOLD PIECES ran

S here Sunday. BUSINESS FROM f A MtCkLE, --- r ,

Some of the folks attending the ____ NEW THE HG. WOOVCH f
,. Union at Maxvllle Son- r /
meeting 'fORI<. : BUDGE TILL
day from this section Included: THECE'4' ONE THING t T IRU
,I l ]11'.. L. J, Norman Misses Avis AH'IM14AT ? Arty is1 dur' THESE NEW '"
and Ona Norman Miss Maggie .WEN" RATTLETRAP, IN A RIADIOp YORK

ia'l Crews, Miss Kathleen Hardee, Cecil MUI3QY SALE5MCN DOH TVtoNTEbCLEIOTiRED
/
I/
,d Htvdee, Theodore Norman, \ CUT NO ICE WI1N
Leonard Norman and Eugene Aus- 1' a HEN
"MinVI WMCM HE HA*

i tin.Mra. J. W. Griffia. Mrs. H. C. Ml- RADIO) Oat*.- I I-riiI '
AuTO
ts Wimberly and Carson M. Grlfflewere AND TMATh. AieSMrt )
visitors to Starke Tuesday.

Mrs Henry Austin, Brown Aus y +
tin and E. Prescott were visitors InOP ...

'd, to Uaxvlll Sunday.Mr. r- ,..>-- ='
.__. / r.. __t*,..1.Ln__. I f
Q. M. Sl.trunk, of Starke, I -- w. --- I
waa a business visitor here Tues. -

i day.Work on 'the Bradford County DOROTHY' DAVIT ;.' tBy' MCMti-us''

ft School road _being don by they

VEKA worker l la progressing I I I I wow : t H OROKC* Cif I OM! PsfNw rHw 1 tHOUcHr
?V 'nicely and la a much needed Im- 1 OWt EVlR fEiOtTY Yprwul! HILLO- IAYA"MAY
fn foMINC
a. provement. ON'' Wttt1'M GOWCTO > r AROUNO To PN TMINC tS l Off TO ,,'CltYI -
"' I' I TNt -M TYT,MIGHT I OMIT POSSIBLY elf TJi .
vWISHING. 01l 1MT
LF f
ANO tNJO f MYS 1 a Wfat Hua1gY AND i i TBIi Tut PAMTTaraM",,
Mr*. II. BU McRae\ Correspondent ,; ANY wAY CIT OUT OF'TNfHOU&C
'f
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Btlaopt
.. Quit number of people of this COME BaLL
x" section attended the Union meet-

4 Ing at Klngsley Lake Church Saturday CRAGS MEe I'

and Sunday. !
'
Mr. and Mr. Ralford Brown and
the [j a e
? children of Plant City spent _
week-end here and were accompanied
E r, home by Mrs. Brown's father
I,
14 S. Q. Kelly, and Miss Nana
Brown.
Frank Welch and D. M. McRae
t and daughter, Mildred,, aU of

Plant City were visitors here Sat- ,.
mrday. 1
Remember services at Pine LevJ -

Church this weekend by PastorW. 6, > >

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,ntY.. OCTOBKB 8,1934 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKK. FLORIDA PA OR TIIItEBradford

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. _\ JOINT RESOLUTION JOINT

I School So Seniors SayIs a NOTICE'v. AndreWs IS HEKKUY holder OIVKM of Tax That Certificate of- A Joint Resolution tn A..U.le Proposing 10 of the anAmendment A Amend Joint Heel- Ion H1SlLUTION 24 of ProposIng Article III or
Issued oth
SO day

( High Journal I A Motto A Day oorllflcate September. No.A.In D.niv 1938.od"h".and filed mud mall ConstItutInn by Adding of I'*.tt.l.. .ot n AclOItlonal Florida Florida Constitution, H.I"lno, of to the County. Ktste anil of 4

Municipal .
B
I application for tax deed to limn Hurtlon to Knowi a* Uovern".I
I thereon In accordance with law. Said "Hoctlon T" Relating U.m.- II. K Mesolvrd by th. Legislature.
The Seniors have. the stead and Kxtnptlon of
adopted certificate embraces the followingdencrlbed sac male *f rl.rld.,
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--- Idea of having a good motto writ property situated In Brad' He I* Resolved kr the I.fslsls..reof That Ruction .4 of ArtIcleTIE of -

STAFF Live Oak Eleven Little TornadoesDo 'j ten on the blackboard In their homerooms Half f"rd'ount"of Ituthw., Flo..ldawlt: South.North That She the Dlele foU.wlnl nf Florlilal amendment to the Florida Constitution relating .of county the State and munlolpal of- I Iis

- --=Ed Itor-l it-Chief every day. _These excellent east Quarter of Section II. Township Article 10 of ffovurnment ba and the same '

p"rolhYwy".rn p__ ; t. Ed ItorInChl..f&Jalnt" Whips Tornadoes Much Better pieces of philosophy prove to be 8 Mouth Range 10 East con the State of Florida relating to hereby amended, and as Im.nd. '
Editor talnlns 10 acres more or less. homestead and by adtl- ed I I" freed to and submitted '.
r Marwlck._.-Kxc-hnnice_.A.llt.. xchngewell With 2-0 Score Than Big Ones I inspiring and helpful to all who The assessment of said' property log thereto an ..hpll.n"l l Sectionto to the elector.h.1 the State ,}

irma 'MarwtckAMMt. LIt. Kdltor In the name of Hannah William. ; that nu ansi-sument for any of Representative to be held In
)1.W'rAnderson..Jr.( [ -fPort. Kdltor.Aat"Joka Suwannee High Get. Safety On A Junior High TownVlnn Over'I mottoes for this week have been: Unions said certificate shall be redeemed State or County or Municipal taxation Section 1934 fur S approvalor'rejection.' / Illae Raid 'i
4 of
Article
Editor according* to tax deed b* levied upon the homestead a"end'I
..t. 8port. "It Is much cruder to be critical .hal
. LOul. 1)8vl. :___ o.,iety Editor Fumbled Ball Green! Cove Spring will I issue thereon on I\.w8t day ofOctober and the sam IM hereby ed, shall read a* follow: I,
LOull.. Klernber.Aut.$tcydI Soo. Editor In 10 Battle than to be correct.Tin A. t>. 1534. agreed to and shall b* submitted to Section 14. The Legislature shall ,
) Jok. EditorEditor Listed tni* 5th. day the qualified I elector of the State of establishan uniform system of '
Je.u..Jth'ftlei. -:;. The B. H. S. Tornadoes met the easy to drift with the current. Flotilla for ratification or rejectionIn county and municipal government ,\ .(

Ander.on.', Jr. Enteitalnment Suwannee High boys last Friday In The Starke Junior High Schoolboys ." :SJLI)9U.A."J.. THOMAS the general .I..ton to b.held on which hall b. applicable, except In '
V. ( ." the first the first cases where> local fj
A. Editor .. or law
a hard fought battle In which the "Just lie in vour boat and '
Green
played Cove
for
___-Aat. Enter- Springs County Florida Monday In November D 134 counties are p vrffl.by the I .
I Jessie! Mae Brannn talntnsnt Editor Tornadoes came out second best, last Friday and won 12 to 0. dream." t.7.lt.l0-1. that Is to say there iati t>* addedtoAnticie Legislature that may b .. :

I I il.ry I01"glementary Torod. Primary Department and beaten by a score of 2-0. I The first touchdown was made "But In nature's plan, It takes a the Slate 10 of of 1lorl.the ( relatingtn. .. of therewith general l law The el..lfy x.I.latur.shall.. .b, 4'I

lIo.ell I Noe..I.-Junlo.. iii Reporter I made Those by two the Live lone bait points eleven were in by Earnest Phillips of the eighth real man" to paddle the boat up- I' ".Rc.t''r txlII Ji.COt'HT.in Cl. TWI'TY-. homestead Section and .nplon. an additional as'ptet'tl.d shall towns by accord general.,to'law Population provided, cad for I,

grade. The second made by Billy stream. RHAUFOHU cOI1NTY.' ISTii.20i" 7" of said which t hJr \
Ju.
Artole.
I"corpor.ton.
the third quarter when they got a Hicks of the KI.UItlltA. 'I"N cWR Y. shall read a* follows .nv.rnm."t :
seventh grade. "Success is failure turned In- Louise Howell pO..h I
AN EDITORIAL I safety caused by a fumbled ball. I Complainantvs. Section 7. There shall b* exempted Metre I classification\ *, ,
atud- The team Is composed of the following side out.: front all other thanspecial and special or local law Incor
school The I..alnn
we as high Tornadoes almost scored ... porating cities or towns, I
Whether to providing .
: Jante Frederick HowellDefendant .m.nt. .
realize it or not. most of usarti three times but each time their "Rotten wood can not. be carv- every bead a family b.n.th.wh. aritisen for their government Jurl.dleton. I

.nts. which luck Billy Hicks. S. G. Denmark. Ed- ed." It appearing by affidavit appended of and resides In of power*, duties and .
changed when had .
enjoying a privilege they the Florida, the hnmestend defined In b* passed by the c.
as L..I.latu.
to the bill filed In the above
of our parents did not have. ball within Inches of the goal. ward Bagwell. Charles Priest, Leon "Used sliver always shines." stated cause that James Frederick Article10 nf the Constitution of .Approved .June 6, ) .

manY of us take school Just as a The Tornadoes' goal line was Dixon. Claud Wiggins Jack Underhill C H.w..n. the defendant therein' named the State of Florida up to the valuation -
laDY In a non-rentdent of the State of of 95,000 00 provided bow- NO.
SIX
R. El
Jones Harold Grlffi
and perhaps threatened but once and that ever, that the title to said homestead
matter of course was STANDISH IN NORSK "Iorld. and I. a resident of A"h.- A RtCHOLUTION
of us complain that we haveto In the third quarter due ot a series r Earnest Phillips Edwin Green, Miles Standish ban having a courtship Carolina over the sac oftwentyone may b* vestedIn such hetul A J.'nt' JOIN'\Devolution '
of In his Proposing
gome or lawful
It la therefore
years; ordered .n.ly "Ir.
Marvin
to school when It would be of penalties. It was then when the Glisson, Marion Williams that sal,! non-resident defendant r."llln. such homestead or Amendment to Article IX of the
go Constitutiun'
pleasing to spend our time Tornadoes were trying to kick out Kenneth Bagwell Ralph Dixon. Ven all of his fighting ban thru; b* and he Is hereby, required toapp.a. V the 8t.t. of Pior_
more the of Approved Mar *7. 1133. JlV-11-1-. Tai.t.n' and Fl-
to but complaint filedIn
engaging in sports and other pasttimes. of danger that the kicker Marrll We will play them again Thursday Maester Longfaller tal me about said cause on or before Moitlnv, of ArtIcle. Seotol S. J

This however is far from Edwards was tackled back of the week O tober 11th. U. the 6th day of November, A..>. 134.otherwise NO. THREE! IX

attitude. During our j goal line for the safety which Admission 5 and 10 cents. the allnvntlmiH of said t.iifwill .af I.R..v. .1 I.pglsistee'
the, correct gave And so ay skol tal It to you. Im taken a. confessed by maid A JOINT RRSOMTTIO.V Flerlde,

youth we must build sound foundations Live Oak two points and Incident- He say to his room-mate Yohn Al- defendant.It A Joint' RsNolutlon, Proponing theAiuenlnient That the following antonimnt to
later of ally the LATEST FOOTBALL Is further ordered that thll order of Article XIX of the Article IX of the of '
to support our years game. den be published on". a for Constitution of Florida Relating the 1.t. "f Flurld.' > Con.ltut..

life. What sort of person wouldwe I The outstanding players of the SCHEDULE "Yu know die Priscllla four consecutive weeHs In the Hmd- to Prohibition as Section' 14 ? .ail Article1X. b*>
1 Revised Edition ay 'spouse. ford \iunty Televraph s newHpapirpulillHhvd ... and the sam I I. I.erebyagreed
developed only physically II* It Itesnlved t. the .I.I.t. *-
were
if we game Harrcll Cotton. Weeks
be to
Last week ven ay try to get busy. In said County and State.Thl of the state of FlnrldaiThat and shall b* submitt.t to the .1. .
In the process of development and Mitch Edwards.In The Tornadoes' football schedule 26th day of September tore of. the State of Florida
13.A. at the
Priscllla, turn her nose. Article XIX nf Constitution
yust the
up J. THOMAS, n.n..1 Election
it stands 10 be
at Is
we must develop mentally the first play one of our best as present as Yohn Alden ban very young taller Clrk circuit Court. of the State of Florida, lie, and first Tu..d"y after the h.ld first on lion.the
and physically. Otherwise follows: PATTI3N ANnitttM, th* samn' I. hereby amfimlwd. soa. day In November
morally Ed his 1031. for ..
citizens men Walnwright Injured Team Place Date So Standish yust tal him: "Old Solicitor for Complainant rend a* follows: thin or rejeotiouti I
make
we shall poor InI knee which will keep him out of Pal.Pleese -6t-10-16.. ARTICLE XIX
I '
14
1. Here Oct. 5 For a >.rlod
Hastings JHertlon | of rlf.
the years to come. the line-up for a few games. : boost me to dis bar Prls- Section 1. The Hoard of County t'.< from the beginnIng of
I 2. St. Augustine There Oct. 12 NOTICR CommlHNloner
three cent of .NLlC'.ON'oth. nf each County In oP..Uon. motion
1880 only
In per i. Taken as a whole the Tornadoes 3. Alachua Here Oct. 19 clUa; | the State not oftener than one In plant which shall HeBtablin"|
Hterlff of nradfoid County -
the boys and girls of high attending school showed a 150 per cent Improve-I 4.. Peary <( T) 'There'Oct.. 25 Yu know ay can't talk very val. of the Htste of IWU\ every lion of two one-fourth years upon of the the regieter-applica ccl las In thIs''Includtnir*l'.'. on or after July
of : all lands,
the 199.
had privilege
age school While today forty- 1 ment over the games with Lake 'I (If we do not play the above we Flees tal her ay ban a gude sol Secretary Be, It Known of the That Slate 1 of Florid. Oray\, ,h.h.r.by ., ed and voters of for any County election, shall rail ings nection\ <'h..t.l. utilised In build,3 con
high In
an
and week before p"ovld. the
City Newberry and all
raw
will play Cross City at Cross Cityon dier. Klv notice that aftIOtiFitAL th.r.wlh ma.
County In whirl tends
application I I. mad
cent of the boys and girls *. lrlna the finished .
.
ilx products
) per Fifty last.They Oct. 26)). And say ay have'money in bank. will ba hcM In N..JtJC..ON County, to decide' wh..lh., the sale of Intoxlcatlnir IU..1 studios and plants, a.
this privilege. years
.d %vell
enjoy high school students were five I play Hastings here today' 5. Trenton ( 1)) Here Nov. 2 Ay'd do his myself, but ay tal you State of Florida, on Tueday next shall lie prohibited Iliitmrs:' wines therein or, beer the rums I *.hll"k b*"nl"d exempt'' l products from all or

ago and we are sure that our B. H. S. S. On Nov. 9 we will play Cither My manners In parlor ban rank. .uooeedlntho. first Monday In Nor question to determined by a .. that ad
as scarce as college students A. 1934. the said Tuesday those .except no ex.
time. majority of
1 voting at the elentlon eti1itiofl which
: "" become
today.An boys. will win.- New Smyrna, Williston or Chief- ; the called un.I... thl. Section, which live 0' .this effso-
are land. It will probably be the for' .1"1 HAY !O\.nIUEI eluctlon shall b. conducted. In the shall extendUb" the Amendment
1943.
added advantage of high So Yphn go and call on Priscilla. lnl.dt.t. manner prescribed by law for holdS The exemption herein authorised ye-ar

schools today as compared with TilE TRUTH OF OLD SAYINGS mer.Nov.. 9 might be homecoming And happen to finding her in, State For.U"pre..nt.tv., In Consr-i '! Inw under general this. .Ie"tnn.. 11.ctlon. ..hal not apply to real estate own-
motion
He sit close beside her sofa For HepruMsntRtlve of the Scrnnil 1."tu".han .d .by .uoh plctur studlun
on within
fifteen Is sixty time of anti
those of ten or years ago too. d"y. pl"nl except the rel state
Congressional District of the State oc-
Most of the old sayings that our prennntlns, said hut If the
And give her gude lots of his chin. location
the added courses such as manual T. Madison There Nov. 16 of Florida lir the Heventy-fourth any such election"pl".llon.' house required to
thereby such
grandmothers quoted so often still of the United States. "ho.'d motion picture studio
"Miles he "ban Congress
domestic science arts Nov. 23 Blandish say take pine within sixty day nf and plants
training 8. Holies School Here For Two Jtistlcss of the .n, and other buildings Incl.
and the va.rlouscom I j hold true In our own times. They Nov. 28 gude taller; of the of Supreme State or ll or prlmnry. dental to- the operation of Inch stu.
and crafts 9. Palatka ( T) There Court Htate Florida It : dins and
could be to lives and Horl sixty together '
applied our Two tWhI with
plant.
For such )
mercial courses which otter to all 10. Wlldwood ( 7)) Here Dec. 7 Hot stuff wl'hhis pistol and knife, of the Halrol.1 ""I' after ., I lands a* may bo required for hoii.

blgb school boys and girls a chance do us a lot of good. .--- And so ay ban coming to tal yu. For .tat.Memb.r Flo..ld.. House of .I.ulon. or- primary. \log ofricers. employees, and for

to themselves to earn their "A stitch In time saves nine," Is SOCIETYA He'd like you, Frlscllla for wife." Representative of the State of Florid Section S. The L""I.IAhr., .h.1 wa..eb.u. ., laboratories., outline
prepare I aT I..ovld. by room. "" storage.
.n.r.1 special rttn.
own living in the years to come. a saying the truth of which is. ob very delightful affair of the For Five' ; County Commissioners. I to carry out anilenforce r shIppIng t.oUlt. .te
vious. can tell .that.It Fnr Three Members of the County the provision of this Article., and locations,
Any girl you
Is
A wide variety of such courses : past week was a bridge and bunco Prlscllla she listen to Alden,, Board of Publics Instruction. All law rotating I to Intoxicatingllqunrs Approved June T, 1013.

offered In order that tbere might' Is better to stop a catch in a silk party at the Woman's Club Friday And : "Vy not speak fer yur- In Testimony Whereof, I wines I and besr which were ,-
say
I be something to appeal to each (stocking. before it starts running night. Among the High School have hereunto set n.y hand In effect nn December 11. 1(18, unI. NO. SEVEN
Yohn 7 less
I IItudent. self 110 and affixed the Orvat Neal channel by theLegislature by
| Whether we take advantage I than to spend an hour darning a students attending were Martha of the State of at laws .expressly made, "' con. .A JOINT nm ol.UTION

of these opportunities Is long run.Three Powell Dorothy Sapp Lillian And den give him cute little vlnk, Tallahassee, th J1."lla. ,' currently with this am"ndment.011. A Joint Resolution Proposing an
ban this the first of shall an so changed Amendment to nf '
Miles Standish lobster day
left to to show I that ten the valueof Louise ; Joe Ed- ay AU"u.t Constitution Arlel. VII th' '
completely us our I sayings Sternberg Snyder (SEAL) A, D. Ive with this Article and "h.1 ao' of .
the tenlc. 134.It.. A. remain until I thereafter <.". by I Ida Relative to Cltls and Count. -
better judgment by proper selection doing a thing yourself are wards and James Hollingsworth. : .. .
So Standish get double crossed "RTMI.I. the Lsitlslatur Th power of the
of our courses and by our these: "If you want a thing done Miss Mignon Sisson attended the To Hr"n. W. 3. 1 Jpp.r.vn. 8h.rli Legislature to p.o"ld. necessary as It Hesolved .y the I.eBlslstr '

efforts to accomplish something well do It yourself" If you don't Delta Sigma Chi Dance In Gainesville planty O..dr.r Co.nty. 8t.rke laws to- carry out this of .** Slate at P'Isridei
And dafs yust vat ay Vant by gee -T.et.I.I. Articleshell In chide the right tn 'h.t the following: Amendment to
whorth-while. j I believe truth of these sayings. Just Friday night. Eef ever get taller provide for mamffactur: or salely Article VIII of the Constitution or
ask to,do a job for I ay any or FtFA"IIt)9 private firm andcorporations the ,Ia. of relative to
With the training provided by someone you Miss. EllzabetlHolllngswQl' NOTlrl In.lvld..I. "Iorila
I To doing my jjjwklng; for me. The f..I.I.tur. nfunder Ftat, or by cities he-numbered
our modern high schools, and the sometime and. by the way;-while i spent the week-end In Lawtey with -. 13. fha Counties, Cities 1, political subdl- Mention p o..nt..1 Article VIII, ha

experiences of our elders to guide you're doing this job make It Miss .Ma Luclls Torode. mat* of F'orld.' did pass vl'on.' or by any "oY8rnm.nlal10nml."lol and the sam I*- hereby avrxil to
y Lima Is older than Curio, ac- Eight Joint : proposing ..unuy to b* treated and Shall b* to the elec
us, we should be able to accomplish "Well' done or not at all. A half Miss, Lillian Sternberg attendedthe cording to recent discoveries of amendment* to the.tb''il ., of ptirpnss.Section 1 tor* of the "hmlt.d the General

much. I finished project is of no use to In Jacksonville Sun- the State of Florid.and the earn Ii. Until ensnared by election 11"olon' to h* Held the first
|I
ball game pre-Inca days. w..r. agreed vote of thr- C under this Article, the after the In
The main thought which I would anyone.I day. 'Irh. of all the member lcted status, of I"I territory I In the State Novmbr, A. r). 1994,.ttoroa11rc -

convey Is: To take advantage of I I watched pot never bolls," CASK FSl41Treaeury said.Joint ch house Resolutions; that the were vote entered on of Is "' .1 or to prohibited whether the fihall sale iou tion or r.J"uton. to. .

opportunity while you may for op- ,tells you not to be In too great Chapel Program "Hervlte, Department.. Tea Int."n..1Revenu" Unit, uimn th"ll.re".rl Iv. Journals' with the p."rIU.I.:.:v'"I.t was on December ill have power to ..I.bl.h.1..I.I..re.I... .
the AI'ohol the yeas nays and *915. that at the flenoralICIectlon a ,.
portunity knocks twice at no man's a hurry about determining 701 Hurt Hull'llnit, lleorwla.tli'tolier th.r.n. ahol.h. .
did ,
: B : ,is they determine that I II 1014 or at any time a* the City of Jackson u
door do time outcome of n situation in which Given By Juniors ID34. Notice hereby the said Joint Ttenolntlons .
; ( not spend all your\ on Klven that on 15, 1R14 one be submitted within ( years aftrr this Artk'isheciieS vllle, "t.ndln.terrltorlly thrnuch-
of tout make I are interested Au"u..t to the .I."t.r. of the Stats effective the llnnrd, of out th pr..n' of
thoughts the future |you Ford Truck, : Motor No. Jml. Duva
-
UI the .
II erliiMl!In at Oenra1 In Novem County Commissioners of any County County, any '
AA-41130H3, Hlarke,
the most of your life today. This I If.you make an error In doing Junior Clam Presents. An Amusing Itradroid County Florida, fnr violation ber 1014. shall I. upon the application offive nounty, district' municipal. and 'local ;
does not mean that we should! giveno remember: "There's no School of i4ecil..n matesKevUeil t'Mw. THF1U:1On1: I, R. A. per cent of the Klstrsd voters overnments, boards, bodies and of-
anything, To High .
Program aUI. Unlt.1 OTIAY' state of of the County, "providefor ficers, constitutional' or statutory
thought whatever to the future milk." It a Htatul any p"r.n claim- Florida do give notice that election .I .ni legislative,
'Use crying over spilt AudienceThe In*; n0! airtomolilla must claim hereby aOF.9 an to .. whether executive, Judicial orltlnilnistrative

; It means that we should\ real- i thing is done. it is done and noth-j with my offlre on or h..r" ..November will he hi-lil VItAL In, KCTIOV inll'l.rida the sale .hll h. prohibited In, sin.'hCounty and shall prescribe f
(vton county election tn h* other.wise the powers duties
ly live now yet prepare for the future ing can alter the fact. Juniors had charge of chapel for i transfer, 14.14. and..f give forfeiture for proueeil-cost on Tu..I..y next al'c..lnl a. provided1.. In Article 1 hereI ju.l"dl.lon.. municipal and '

also. I successfully .. the Monday I" ation. Its legislative, .
Ir.t executive Jo.diuisl
The old timer bad good ideasin last Friday and gave Ina. to thenl.." .ft.le. letrlct 19.14, said Tuesday being the Section 4. This Article, shall become andaiminietrative depart

Jessie May Brannen. keeping healthy to'). "An applea I a very amusing program.A In HITIon, or liSt), Unltfil" $tet.l>provided tievl.ii SIXTH nY nI' NOVHMHIOn .,t..Uv. Immediately uponIts ment and its hoards, bodies and of.*
S for the ratification or rejection of adoption the repeal of Artl.cl "., divide .the territory I". ,'4
day keeps the doctor away; Ask song sung by everyone directed Htstutes R K. Tuttln, ActIngTHetrIct the said Joint Resolution' proposingftniefl'Iun.flls XVIII of the Amendments to the eluded. In.such municipality Into, sub-'

ETIQUETTEA any modern dietician about the by Mrs. Wall and the Flag Salute lupervlHor. tn the Constitution. of Constitution of the Inl.1t.t... or"ln.t., districts, and to prescribe
gentleman always lifts his 10.-I-1..a the State of Florida vlsi of AmericaApproved. reasonable system of .
food value of fresh fruits and vegetables. first on $he program. .
hat, when walking on the street; were TUB ('.Hrl.T (cutler NO" May I. 13. atlon for such municipality and ..'
when And again "Early to bed .Next was a piano solo Manbat- : Foul> < OI'WY, FI.OItmA..Ill A JOINT ONTO I trlcts) and to fix lh. labiiy. ot fu
walking with a lady or an- makes a man heal- Oullda Marie .fllWflBBJamvs /''< REHOt.TJTION NO FOUR such municipality .
early to rise tan Serenade by Proposing' Amendment to Article ,"
other man It his companion. speaks at UilinguWfirth. a mln0; by V of :' A' JOINTRKSOtUTJON U.n..o and oth.r Indebtedness .
and wise. Sleep funny monologue ( Florida
to thy, wealthy TheJe, and a very Annie h. '* next It the of the establish'
another person. 10\p.ot Itelatlns the 1u.I.I.rv by Add- A Joint Resolution,
Proposing an ment such municipality shall be
the right time always has been Shakespeare Returneth by friend lug Thereto Sectionto Amendment : ,
an of Section 19 of the
Addllln.1 only
'net
A ajrai .
gentleman never shakes hands and always will bean important A. W. Anderson. Jr, Plaintiff, Fie Known 45 110."Idln. Declaration of flightsof the Constitution .n'or..bl.therefore taxable' th ore for.property The

OB the street without removing his good .t 1. for the reduction of nf the State of Florid* I.oKliilntiir from time to time
maintaining
factor In Then another piano solo -"Don't J. J. Triiby. Xumuxr of Judicial, Circuit of Relating to Juries Information .h"l. ,
determine
glove (right) first., : Ir.n' whit of said municipality -
health. by Dt"mlant. This Htate- and Requiring' the fie.apportionment *, and Indict'ments .
Let Your Love Go Wrong .. titus nf Pr."ntm.nt" a rural area, and a
Chewing gum In company Is Order at fmUllrmtlamTh Much Circuits .r..n. for C.pl.1 homestead In such rural area shall.
There were some rather wise remarks Connie McGauley. and the Judges Crimes and Other
Th"ror.
very taste whether others in Piste of Florlilal He It IttMolved .... .1.I.nl. not b. limited as If In a city or
poor on the subject of love too. A skit Hitch Hiking Ain't No To Eva Kllllan and J. W. Kllllan, of tke MlstePlorldat a..t"I. Providing That and town Such municipality may ex

party do so or not. "Absence' makes the heart grow Fun by Liberty and June WhIt- her hushand nf Waynesvllle, North That the amendment to l.nt.nc." nf ICntred the Court In Term May'rimeor lIe 1.1. all the pow.r of a municipale..por.lon
'nl.wlnl
and H J. Crawford nf Kmlenton also be
Carolina, -
When a boy and a girl are walking fonder." A modern song writer field was next during which :June Pennsylvania? Th* Federal I this Article State V .r of In Vacation on Plea of Ontlty one of.h.1'legal' political rec-
relating to the
down the street together the added 'for somebody else" to this song a solo "Why Dorft You Practice Land Bank of Columbia, a forslcn by adlUn. thereto additional Judiciary Sec. to the Felonies Necessity, and nf Plspenslnr Summoning With the division ties of the Slat with the du. 4

boy always stays on the outside. saying but Til leave It to you to What You Preach" of corporation business 1 In with Columbia Its principal, Uuuth place Carolina th hereinafter I I. set agreed forth b* Orand Jury Except Upon Orderof shall ami b* obligation entitled' to of all a the county power and, '

When a boy and two girls"are judge as to which one is right We After announcements by Mr. .. :shall. sam ba submitted hereby to Hi. nuall to a Clroul .Jud' .. r'.hll' and privIleges Including rep. :,
two foot- You and each nf you take notice of H* It n. kr She ...*;lsla<..*, In the State Legisla.tore .
walking and voters the .
down of
State Floridafor
the street comes
togetherthe are told that "when poverty Gray the principal that the til. -next friendha fl.4 ratification .f tk* ",., f FloridIThat which would accrue to It If It

boy should walk on tile outside In through the door love files out ball songs "Come On Old Brad- In th,1.lntf 1 IU.d caus filed next ensuliis ;..or*rrJy the the following amendment to worn a county. All property of Du

and not between the two girls.If the window." What do you think? tord." and "When Our Football bill of complaint acalnst you seeking I Ic that an '" jt SectIon lOot the Declaration/ of val County and of the munlclp.lll..
.. the foreclosure of tax )liens overthe to th".l'M t aa* r ., of the Constitution of the In said county shall
one passes between two per- At any rate even if love has flown Fellows FaD to Lme, school was followIng described premise,* in A *of the Constitution of1, RI..h.of Florida, rxlntln Irand municipal corporation when established -
remember "it for the noon hour. Bradford Countv Florll.to-wlt! Florida he adopted tc read Juries, 'Informations, a* herein provided. The of-
ions who out of the window dismissed a* presentments
are holding a conversation Lot 6, a. 12 of to-wlr: and indIctments of person for capital fire of Clerk of the Circuit Court
he or she should ask their Is better to have loved and lost -.--- lcln I' of $ee.10 7 8.., H tj K, low.5iaction '1. 101-1 crime and other.. felonies, be, and and Sheriff shall not b* .h.I.I.e

p ,rdon. than never to have loved at all. re-Primer all of J\1 of NKH Kastf (a> There. ahatl b* no more the sam I I. hereby agreed lo, and I but the LftKlslatur may
noad. of Township shall tie submitted the, time whenauiii the method by
Teacher flftnen judicial I circuit' I of th* to qualifiedelectors
.
It Annie Mu Pearce ,., of the mat .h. wnicn sum offices' snail b*
Is very taste to talk backto nMnH-T.- ui ifnu wv .Iyp.uprru, / forratificatIon 11.0
poor RECREATION PROGRAM We learned several new songs It I I" orftered that you and each landed. numbered ami defined bya or rejection, at the general and th* compensation to b* '
a teacher or anyone who Is try- of you are hereby required to appear suitdie' law enacted by the Lev- election to be held on the first such officer, and ,vest In them ,
Ing to help correct faults. GETTING UNDER WAY this week. I to said I bill of complaint In said Islaturs for that purpose In accordance Tuesday after the first Monday In additional, power ..1 dutle No
you your
Under the leadership of a for- You should see some flowers we raus nn Monday. November Hh, with the amepAmentt Provld.d November, A. D U"4. county office hall b abolished or
It i Is much easier to criticize imaginary 19JH. oth.rwl..t bill of complaintwill that no a* definedby "Section 10. No person shall b* consolidated with another office
are
omeone else than to be correct mer"\ Bradford High student Sulli- have been drawing. They he I.I.n confessed by you. law .,Judicial. .Ireul embrace tried for a capital' ,rrlm unless on without making lr the ; '
but should van Carter the recreation pro- and reaDy quite different : I I I. that thl* nol be _.les than tlt. thousand Inhabitants '. presentment Indictment by a psrformanc of State IOd-tf:*> now 4,
we always choose the lMd one each week _<' and or hereafter prescribed law' to
With have seen. to the last preceding Jury nn person shall be
Is being mapped out. from anything We I Hradford Telegraph In. ..n' b* performed > .
easier way? gram tive weekvln County State .. .". cenui and ( any other felony unite by *uch county of-,
Never the aid of Interested students the a newspaper published In provided further, that no Judicialcircuit on presentment or Indictment by a.. finer Nothing contained7herein shallaffect ":
ant'eze' cough In any- b. well worth Third Ond New' Bradford County Florida. Wit/*** existIng at the time of raIlfl.aUefl grand jury or upon Information I flection10 ot Article III of
to
one's face. It Is not only impolitebut work promises High my band and the official eesl of of tb-ic ajnendment sh.ll li* under oath flleil by the proeecutlnir the Constitution of the State of
while and win afford recreation to )II.... Ladle Edward. Teacher said Court at 8tsrke, EradfordCounty affected altered abolished except attorney of the court wherein the Florida, except aa to such provision* "ttherein
Insanitary.When would not otherwise get At last we are getting all of our "10,1.this ZTth day of Mep. In tae manatee o yrovldsd, In thieamendment Information I* filed, except a. I Icotherwise a* relate to regulating the
passing through crowded many who t.mbr. 934. for earryhis sam In this Consti Jurisdiction and duties of any classof
"oVld.t
hallways andofl.t organized play. workbooks paid for. ( WKAL) Into *xrtUm. jor shall a': exist- tution and In oases of Impeachment officer, to summoning and im.panelling .
keep to your right week we began our art lessons. A. J. THOMAB.A In.*; Circuit. Judge or :'' I In case In the grand and petit jurr*. 'y
This .
push.When Those who are aiding Carter are color Clerk of Circuit Court, bo Ilirtnrb la !b. .1'.t.of hi. milltiewhen active servlc In to assessing and collecting t.a.. :
two holding a Chalrmans: Dorothy Marwlck and W* enjoyed making tr.dlvd County, Florida.nd flee until the expiration. of anycommission time of war, or which tate mate, for county purpose and to regulatIng -
are
person charta to show the three values of J.I.U-1-2. held' film on the date with" the c.n..nt of Congress. may the fees and compensation of
conversation do not Interrupt them Keeffee Harrellr Assistants: Lorraine and shade thl* .m..d..t b I ratified.h time of Any person county officer. No law autnnrtltnr t

but wait until they are through. Smith Virginia Wiggins a color: -*, tint normal JOU-I or APi.WTIO:9: rovt. < > / .h.I be the duty of the Z.ln. I o ,,: present the establishing or abolishing of '
value. 'sax nri'NirrirPi Its next regular .. or Indictment any felony: such municipal corporation pursuant .
Mary Ruby Shaw. Lillian Stern- RonaldHlnea. ID HEHKBY OIVRM .t.lt...the amendment shall have. not capital m. h* and may this ..U.n. shall become
NINTH GRADE NEWS berg Earnestine Andrews Liberty We have a new pupil That Mrs. M. f>.an*. holder of Tax been r.Ute to pas suitable law enter a plea ,term time or In va- operative I or effective until approved -,
'from Brooker. Certificate No. We the pupils of the Ninth A WittfieM M. E. Wynn Alice ha filed saidcertificate : u.ton. .elector
I A. IX 1'3 and to make effective the reappnrtlonment th court on a plea of Bullty participating In an .Ieclo"
Class. wish to extend our deepest Royster Louise Snyder Ruth In my and m.de and reduction of Judl.elsl may b* made and entered either In held In said oounljr b.t.o Ion.
Marie ; Beginner CUowMr I application for tax d..d to Issu Clrci.ts and Circuit Judges term time or In ". The Judge such municipal corporation t
YMpathy to Beatrice Moseley Thompson. Ion* TUlman. TeacherWe Ih.ro In .eo..da"". with law. bsreby "I.mpl.t.d.C.t of any circuit "alon.I authorised under this Hectlon the Legislaturemay
who has recently -lost her father Tbede Martha Marwlck. Inus *. Jeanette! KlnctUd. Clus"l ..rtf/ ". .* the' following / ) There shall he on. Circuit to dispense with.the summoning, amend or extend the law suthorlalng .
Our Dorothy have a "Sleepy Head prnp.vty..ituat.d Judge to each Judicial' circuit but smpanellln-' and convening! of the the sam without referen
room has been made very Preston. Martha Powell. In tardy, so Ire Bradford County. Florida. to- additional Circuit Jud*;*. for Judicial rand Jury al .n term of .o.ut bmaking dum to the qualified voters unles ,u
attractive by a table decoration Sapp Olen Bedenbaugh. William for all those who come J wit: The; itouth-HaIi of Moethw.etQuarter circuit may b. provided for '.. and the Legislative set providing for ,,
Is to be on time. of Boothwest Quarter lee law authorised by the clerk of eci.l! such amendment extension hall
"&( by Sullivan Leslie every one trying I by a* Section court a written .
Margery Johns. Woolen, Percy nice reading table I Weal *it" 1*> Acre of ftwMon Klirhteon 4* of Amended Article V of this I order directing that no grand provide for such ".''''"dum
We are glad tohave Mildred Biggs. Raymond Plummer. W. T. We have a new (IS), Township Hl (4). BouthRanee Con.ltuUo. but th* total number lb. summoned at such term .( I Approved May 15. IU.
Warren HoUlngsworth, with a lot of good book to read.We're Twenty-two (JJ> East, containing apportioned to any which order of the Circuit Jlr7
Anna Mae Thornton and Weeks, Jam es to start in our Peter roartn .IH acre more or on CI"1 Jldl"la circuit. not exceed I may b* mad. In vacation or. : Th vote; cast In compllan *"wlth %
Vesta McRie ba, k in school again. Sumpter Harley* Chester Moody. going I..- one J..d.e f...1 every fifty tlm of said ..irt. The Lllalur said proposed amendments, and the
after being abser'. for several days I and Peggy Primer this week 1 1Won.t The assesemeat of said property thousand Inhabitants, or major, fraction I hall have power by e/ieral legis canvass, d..I..to. and return
under the said certificateIssued wa lation thereof to the
that be fun? thereof after thin am.ndm.n'.h.1 'o reirnlat number of "bJ.ct.e
due to sickness. CALENDAR OF EVENTSOct. I In the name of vVIIII. Ann 1.11 have been put Into effect. rand Jurors to "".Y.li. er eon. sani regulation .. "* -
FranC' Peek 1-Girl* Glee Club I Unless.. said certificate r.. In Circuit havIng more than dilute. e- Brand and t* fix the a* are provided by law fo' general
Reporter First Grade "V deemrd according to law, tax dred one.Judo the Legislature may designate limber of rnd Jurors required to I. the Mrat* of Florida. .l
The followtea; officer. were Oct. S-Boya Glee Club. wll Issue thereon on tbe llth. day the place of residence of Vote for and return an Indlutmentor IN TKMTIMONV WtfURKOF. I M
.I ected: Oct. Assembly program by Miss. Ural AdUIn, Teacher of October A. I>. 1114. any such additional Judge or Jid.e. P..lm..t have h.reunt. sat "I hand .
fifth Miss Pearce's room visited us hated thl. 7th day of September, <.> The re-apportionment of C'lreult Upon ratificationaforesaid and .. Meal : '
ellident .. T. Rltch Miss Isabel Fernandez' room, of the mat of Florida t
___ N. ft and Judges thereof hereby as shall take a* t
iflcepresIdeflt ____ Edna Pearcetary period. Friday while she gave us all an art / "A". J. THOMA. p'.ld. for.shall "."om. effective midnight Uecember. effect 1834.at Tallahassee, the Capital. j '."
'le. SEA!. this '
the
flowI I r-terk ef Circuit Courtl44tIG2 the day "i :
ant
with lesson in drawing Imaginary providing without the cwentyttlr4
-_ __ Dot Bishop Oct. 8-Football game here Bradford County' Florid for same, .I.. becom law." tion." _necessity lelsla of July: A. .. : "tir :

J"l&aur.r.._ uiuan Stump Hastings. era '- } ,Approved .June (. IfII. Approved Jane 7. Hit. ILA.Secretary DRAY of ..tat"f'. .

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SAFE DRIVING pies, they will take --

.FLORIDAHIGMLIGflTS. 6r.hNNml-TJli s4F5 own safety Intelligently care or le up
: ._ Watch.out for children. Vaca- It
<*rrrZ>* im T f-n. lun 1no '" n' to motorist
r' tion is over and school days are every to watch out7

.. <. ,. here again. The boys 'and girls. them; give them the right L'
'141" ..o$.:" .,:.w ; :f 1." :r or Way,
.: are on their way back to their Blow down in school
: : .: '' districts
-I"-- : -9.y :j : k classrooms. They will be crossing treat evary young one aB InJ

rzO.l/OAS streets and walking along rural It was one of your thoUgh
't I ; .........''i': highways.: Because their teachers Motorists, once more own! ,

';I"' U.D.C. Birthday Anniversary Woman's Club PartyA rRCS'h'VATCR- .' have taught them safety prlncl- "Watch'out for the children.we lIIIy'

I, Party Marked Success BIgSuccess
I( SPR/NG- -
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The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S A delightful affair of the past '

::: Matthews was the scene of a dellffhtful week was the benefit,party given //V THE

social 'affair Wednesday by the Woman's Club of Starke OCGAN". yV' Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Kinlatt
( afternoon when the W. T. Week last Friday evening at the ClubHouse Florist

Chapter, U. D. C. and a number of -p. r ,G ,

.fir invited guests gathered to observe The Library, Auditorium and v FLOWERS, FOR ALL OCCASIONS
'F fortieth of the or- .
,the anniversary Sun Parlor of the Club were beautifully -

Daughter. decorated with' baskets of: Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers

autumn flowers wbera..eighteen I
''y' The rooms of the lower floor of tables of bridge, bunco and rook I Artistic Floral DesignsWe
the residence were thrown ensult -
1 and artistically decorated with players evening.enjoyed a moa|' tDiY8blel' TELEGRAPH :FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Time
Y
v' gorgeous pink dahlias, .roses and Florist
Member
'I tie ladlesin Telegraph Delivery Association
for
High score prize
other! autumn flowers. ,Guaranteed and Bonded Service
group one of Bunco, was won ,
At three-thirty the president,
by Miss Edna Strickland, which 311 CHURCH ST.
PHONE
Mrs O. L. Beasley, presided over a No. 40
wan a pair of hose donated by;
2 abort business session and called I
Steinberg's: Men's high score STARKE' FLORIDAWe
? for annual reports from officer.. ,
prize, a tie from the J. M. Alvar .. .
.
Election of officers for the coming .
ex'' store was won bv" W. B. Mun- ., TJlE
,
; year {,resulted as follows: President '
and second high prize a tie .
,! Mrs. L. Q. Powell; first vie dy '
from the J. and R. Store, was won CO/2AL
bra president, Miss Amelia Ray; sec Have Grown
by O. C. Register 'i. With
ond vice president, Mrs. H. B. Mc. *1.
'
c. Lendon;.'secretary, Miss Madge In Qr up'Two, the Bunco, prize SNAJIS America For 75 Years
for ladles high score was won bv
F' Middleton;* treasurer Mrs.' J. M.

{,) Brownlee; historian, Mrs. L A.DaVis Miss Lena Belle Shepard, which ;,:.' AS O GAfI.Y

'1 was an Evening In Paris set donated fv
; registrar, Miss Olive Ray SEVENTY FIFTH
? by Canova's Pharmacy; S. Jt. i ,. ,AS TI-IG
At four o'clock there was a delightful tir y ,
Johns won high prize for the men, 'f'I'1\ RA77Z.GI?
social hour and a delightful a tie from the Quality Store... The I ,. ,. ." ., /
v entertained the audi- ANNIVERSARYSALE
program second high prize was'a.book': of
ence. The program was arranged rlre eta
;
tickets from the. Ritz Theatre ,
d by Mrs. L ,p, Powell and Is as follows .;n'! '
which was won by Migq 'Beverly z:7
: Instrumental solo Mrs., Clifton ,Cady. 'I?... { .wbLw ,Nip 1.3! { WNEREELONOMYRULES
Brown; solo, "Love' tpld
k Sweet Song Mrs. O. B. Flynn; I High score prize from group '

History! of U., D.:C. organization, I three: in Rook, was won by Mrs. a tea, {{, vt ; -I IONA PLAIN OK SELF-RISING

,Mrs.' Powell; Vocal duet, ."Juan- I Edward Burns, which was a pair 6-lbs 12lbs. 24lbs. 48-lbs.
?(' Ita,"'_ Mrs. E. L. Biggs and John .of hose donated by Stumps' Store. I
v ,The Men' high score prize, a picture _
Powell; reading Betty Hayes; Instrumental -
) solo "To Spring," Mrs. of Kingsley Lake >'donated by JSMW1 FLOUR 28c 49c 95c $1.87

Hoover Brothers Studio, was won
,U. Me
y V. Knight; song, "Carry
by Judge E. K. Ferryman, and the GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
Back-to Aid Virginia, Mrs R. J.

.,' Davis The; dining Mrs Biggs table and was Mr.covered PowelL second by high Dampier's prize, a Hardware Jardiniere,,was donated rr" ;: rJL. :'r': i SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c

Th 'with an Irish lace.cloth and cenm won by Mr, Edward Burns;, .. ,

Jtered with a large birthday cake In group four, in Bridge the Out in the ocean about '2 1/g miles off the COI AL SNAKE "although possess-

on which ewere forty little red tapers high score prize was won by Mrs. Matanzas is one of ,the 'roost, unusual of ing very small poison fangs is provided HIGH QUALITY

'. ,'the cake being surrounded. by Nat' Steinberg donated which Marguerlte'1Shoppe was a Pottery ,all Florida natural.,wonders I, Boiling up' with a venom that is more deadly in ef- CORNMEAL 5 Lbs. 12c

l tern and red roses. Miss Enza ,Vase by through ,the, salt water;is a fresh water feet than that of the thick bodied vipers."
and the high prize for men, '
lanehard was the fortunate win I When' the has been I located ""Thus colors and alleged
of cake a ticket from the Starke Dry spring once spot in spite of its pretty FANCY BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN
ner a beautifully decorated huge clouds ,,of dark blue sediment. 'docile nature'-it should be given
during the ,alter- Cleaner, waa won by Harold C.
that was'given Vail, The 'second high prize, a can be seen rising to: the surface 'of the rank in point of deadlines with the long- RICE 5 Pounds 21c

4 TheottA.YempUng salad course was tea set from Gassett's. Hardware sea and it'i. *aidj. if.done quickly that fanged vipers.'": The Coral Snake has a

Store wai won by Miss Madge ) full of fresh sulphur which reaches length
served by Misses Georgia Haynes, one can dip up buckets cylindrical body a IONA-LUSCIOUS, YELLOW CLING,
V Bunnlc. Canova and Martha Pow. Middleton. water in the: l1dst'of the brine I SOl of about three feet. Its eyes are very '

t'' ell and the favor. were tiny IcedtUift In group ,five,- in Bridge, the ,strong is its current that it will float off' small and beadlike and its coloration consists PEACHES 2 No. 21/ 27cOne

on, :which was a tiny fed ta- ilgh"score prize'' for"women was ,huge boats from its "boil". **- of broad rings of red and black sep cans
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yer, '!1":1' : : ., ,w'ur> wall and vases from Mrs.Rachel's R. F.Shoppe Demo- According to Oitmars, Curator of Reptiles ., arated by narrow rings of yellow. It is
were won by. in the New York Zoological Parka found in various sections of Florida.
amounted to
?-The silver offering eat and the men's high prize, Coca 'Beat IONA BRAND
of Foods
the
119,03 and will be given to the Cola from the Starke Coca Cola! Tender Gardf'nNUCO.A

fiCj fund for Needy Confederate' Wo- tattling Co., ,was won by T. T. Circle Meetings of W. M. S. I Woman's ,:Meeting League Union Meets

4 men, Long and the second high prize, a Held Monday Afternoon. Next Wednesday Afternoon Here October 11 ,:-r PEAS
"'''It h pj dusting powder fromlirpwo' M. ,
'" ': !pjw. .. :
Revtval BegiTiar, )SuhdayXt ',:. ,,pharmacy: ,was. won by Circle: Number-dnJ'oit.ihe Wo The Woman's'quo, of Starke will The Epworth, League Union,

Methodist> Church; ,\.t_. ,)fr.,'"Je anett Kincaid: man's Missionary Society of the I hold its first regular business and composed of the'Hawthorne Melrose 2 Lbs. _-_____ 29<: 2 No. 2 Cans ..._ 25c
Methodist Church met Monday At. social meeting of the 1934.1933 Waldo ,and Starke Unions,
:tn six,.high score for the i
,A revival matting will begin ladies group Shari and i ternoon at the home of Mrs J. H. Club year at the Club House on will meet here at the Methodist ,
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Sunday morning, october 7"; at the a box donated'of powder Mitchell's, Utch, the business session being Wednesday afternoon.. October 10, Church on Thursday, October 11, SUNNYFIELD ,
,' fey
powder
Methodist Church. There will beservices' : Jar presided over by the circle leader, at three-thirty o'clock. at eight o'clock. A large crowd
prug Store, was won by Mrs. H.B. 6c
r each evening at seven McLendon,. and Dr. H. B. Me- Mrs. T.,J. Griffin and, Mrs. Thel-' President's Day will be observedon from all these churches'Is expected CORN FLAKES Pkg.
o'clock. The meeting will to be present.BACIILORETTES.
thirty Lendon won the men's high prize, ma Johns acting as secretary. this occasion. SfNNYFIELD
Continue for only one week andJthe a book of tickets from,: the Rita Mri. E. K. Perryman was In I The following program will be PANCAKE FLOUR Pkg. 8c
) >paste* is urging everyone, to Theatre. The second high prize charge of the program, the subject : rendered during the social hour: HOLD MEET

t' make a special effort to attend the of hose from J. ,W Mor- being: "The Negro and the Rural i Piano solos: "Two Intermezzi,"
1pall'
service. evening ," The Bachlorettes Club a newly SALT 3 Pkg For lOc
:, every an'a, was won by Mrs. H. H. South Mrs. Johns!) .Mu. FnMH.Long (Brahma) "Nocturne In F sharp
-?':7sp: clalli I muele has been planned Young; and Mrs. W. A.I Scott, each Major, (Chopin) and'"Gardens In organized girl's club held a meeting
i service and the pastor, took a part In, the discussion')'of Miss Tuesday evening, Oct. 3, at the IONA
fo>r, ath ; The Rain (DeBussy. ) by
Rev, B. M. Montgomery will do The draw prizes were; Manicure, the program subject.. !iMrs'T.;;J. Mona,Alderman':. '' home of Miss Ruth Sternberg. The BLACK-EYE PEAS 16-oz.. cans 15c
Perle'sBeauty '
Come and bring hair set, and shampoo,' at Griffin led In the worship and meditation officers for this year were electedas

+ four the preaching neighbor, with you. Shoppe, won by Miss Ulan service,and special emphasis Special Glee Club Chorus-dlreced follows:' President, Miss Ruth ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic Cans 25c
,, Stemberl'; Magazine Stand to for the by Mrs A. E. Wall. Sternberg: Vice-President, Miss
'. The ladies of the W. M. S. haveN sis given prayer
Maria"
'' solos "AVe
been holding cottage prayer meetIngs from the Hart Furniture Store, oming. )revival services, Two ;vocal Mary Canova; Secretary and MARYLAND CHIEFSPINACH
Love Thee"Greig'by
Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid; (Schubert) and "I .1
won by Kendrick.
this assisted;; ? Treasurer, Miss Estelle
In the 'different home. End'Table from the Denmark Fur- M I. Hitch, by her ( .Mr John. H. Powell. Can lOc
made for ban-
week la'the Interest of the revi Miss Harriet, served. Plans are being a
val.' Iture Store, ,won by Mrs. H. C. daughter dainty refreshments to the following Vocal selections ,by Mrs. W. B. quet to be held xat the Magnolia DEL MONTE
r Bitch; GII\B Wefe from Bradford MrW.J. :Granger. b Cafe, Tuesday evening Oct. Btn.
{ \' L. D. Vining,
Mrs.
guests: CHERRIES 2 No. 1 Cans 29c
Hardware Company,..wop'W Mrs.E W. E. Middleton \ All teachers of Bradford High The entertainment committee consists
W. White, Mrs.
M. Davll. ,1 T| Mrs. Thel- School are especially invited to be of Misses Mlna Manassa; Ha-
,
O. Haynes.
Mrs.
i Refreshments of ices creamand of the c ub at this meet- and MIriam PRINCE ALBERTSMOKING
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guests .. zel Adklns,Bobby Conoly
"" ma Johns, Mrs. L. C. Ray, ,MissKate :
'MOST' POPULAR refresh"meat lOc
the
TOBACCO Can
THE cake was served by Miss tag Jacobs, as chairman.
Struth Mrs. F. H. Long, i
,, :SPOT IN ,TOWN committee comp0a6f>f tfef-' Amelia Ray, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Hostesses for the afternoon we: Members of the club are as follows -

dames,.W. O. Halle, Oj U tffty&es.The Mm. E. K, Ferryman. \ ) Mrs. CVI* Mrs J. L.. Peek, chairman, and : Misses Bobby Conoly. Flora CHIPSO 3 Small Pkgs. 20c

'; ; :,PUCE and Mrs. Florence E. Canova. tockwellT and Mrs.:" Wilbur ",A. Mrs. H. V,. Knight Mrs. E. L. Conoly, Hazel Adkins, Annie Mae '
HALL Ice cream was donated"Ay Southern do-- Scott Biggs,_Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mrs. B. Pearce, Rosalyn Jacobs Miriam CAMAY SOAP 4 Cakes 19cRAJAH
Dairies and the cake were ,
and Miss Hazel Middleton. Leila Dea
Jacobs Sisson,
7: Jacobs, Mignon
(Near Seaboard Depot) Dated by the Suwannee Store. Circle Number Two was enter- Ca-
Andrews ,Mlna Manassa, Mary
1 committee Mrs. D. tained by Mrs. 0.1. Beasley. with
finance
The
1 Prather-Gill Estelle Kendrick, Lena Belle -SUPREME QUALITY
chairman. ., L. D. circle leader, Mri. A..W, Anderson nova,
P. Carpenter, ,
Shepard, Ruth 0ternberg;: HazelMlddleton.
Vlnlng Mrs. J.' .K. Wllsofcn SANDWICHES OYSTERS. H. C. Ritch wishes to thank everyone Mrs Ai: Wood waa in chargeof marriage of her daughter Etta .

SHORT ORDERS AND ICE for their splendid co-operation the program and was assisted, Fay, to Robert Prather, of Jennings. -- CARD OF THANKSWe I PINT
DRINKS., In helping make the party a sue by' Mrs. J. F, Colley.: The devotional La., on Thursday September 14c QUART
'COLD
wish to our appreciation 23cJ
express JAB _
period was led by Mrs. B. M.l. ._____ JAB _?_.___
27 1934. '
M ess. 1 and the centralthought to those who were so kind
Montgomery 'The marriage Miss GUI and to and thougatful of us during our
talk the Interracial -
other was
Mr.Prather took place at the Baptist recent bereavement In the loss ofour WHITE HOUSEEVAPMILK
old 3nPREVENTING responsibility of,Christians.Mrs. Pastorium( Thursday, eveningat husband and father?: L.. E. '
Successful ; ..W. G.,Halle read an interesting
C.. B. 17c
called "Shod by the QospeLf *eight dctoe rrwltb Rev Moeeley. Especially do we wish to 3 Tall Cans
story
Colds ', Priced pertprnftBgfitbWftnpMsslveceremony thank: Drs. Cobb Bratley and Mld ,
2 b* tBe/presence of a few dleton for their services The Floral WHITE'NAPHTHA
The hostess, assisted by her slaer i relatives and base: friends of the offerings were very much ap-

At the first nasal (Irritation or sniffle, Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, and young couple. preciated.Mrs. .. P&GSOAP 4 Bars 15c
Mrs. W, Q. Halle, served a temptIng -
F; apply Vkks V..tro-DOI--Juet a few drops. salad course:to the following The bride unattended, was Edith Moseley and Chil ,

Used in time, it helps to ..0Idmal1lA, a guests: Mrs. A. W.'Anderson, Mrs.A. dressed In ,brown with matching :. dren. Beatrice, Lillian, Edna
and her flowers were
accessories, Mae and L. E. Jr.,
,, colds entirely. (Two sixes: 30**, SOji..) ., Wood. Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. a corsage: of gardenias.. I
FANCY PICNIC, COBBLERS
A. W. Redgrave Mrs W. GHalle IT. a NO.1
resident .
Mrs L. D. Green, Mrs B. M. Mont. Mrs.,'PraUaee,I. a lifelong W. M. Watawright baa return IRISH POTATOES 10 H"- I s-
of Starke,-and baa a host of ed'from. a business trip to 'Atlanta
Miss
Mrs. L. a Hutto '
gomery. friends 'who will' wish her much ,,Georgia HAMS Ib.l4c NEW SWEET
Olive Ray?Mrs, W. B. Park, Mrs. <<: Zee
10lhe.
happiness.
E. S. Matthews and Mrs. J?'F.Colley. POTATOES
Immediately after the ceremony: Mr. and Mrs.'N.. D. Walnwrlght.

... ...r -. i.. ... I., Mr. and Mrs. Prather left for Jennings Sr., and son James Richard,_spent COMPOUND SHORTENING! FLA S For JOO
Louisiana: ;, where they will. In Jacksonville. GRAPEFRUIT ___"
Friday
., Lawn Party ,
HOTEL LEAMINGTON v'> Birthday reside.'
.
r Olin;White, 'Jr..'!son of Mr. and 'U. c' The' fungus that causes Infections scoco TOMATOES FRESH 3 Ih*. tar-. 130

"' "Miami's Most Popular Mrs.,O. W. White, celebrated his Senior Epworth League of lungs and windpipes has

"' Hotel"V*. eighth birthday anniversary Friday Elects Officers'i i been found and described. as a new 1-Ib. Ctn, 4-lb. Ctn 8 Ib-Ctn LARGE FIRM IiC.0

I afternoon by giving a lawn species LETTUCE -.:-, --- Ic
NE lat Street at Biscayne Boulevard party and Inviting a few young Sunday'',evening ? friends. to make merry with him. meeting of the Senior Epworth II Mrs. E. C. Prlect Mrs J. H. Kin- CELERY. Stalk _' Iflc

I Overlooking; Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay, After; presenting: the host with League of the Methodist Church, law Mrs. R, J. Davis.and Misses
gifts; and playing jolly games on officers wire elected for the new, Pauline Priest and Dorothy Turner IONA S For FRESH IJc

Opposite. Union Bus Station the! lawn, the children enjoyed seeing year as follows- were visitors- to Jacksonville ,CARROTS, t For ---
the beautiful birthday cake President Miss Kitty Hogsed; last Thursday. Tomatoes 25c

w' M ,- which was ornamented" with pink: Vrce.rresldent.3, P. Warren: Secretary FANCY ,YELLOWONIONS a for __ _---10e_
I rosebuds and candles Mrs?/""hitea..rved Mlas. Georgia Haynesl Mrs H. M. Peterson of Tallahassee -

Lowest Rates Ever QuotedSingle .' the guests with pop sickles Treasure, Leslie Biggs. The appointive arrived Iq Starke Tuesday WHITEHOUSR S Sm. Cans BANANA
and individual Iced cakes and the offices have not'been fill and U located at ;the Epperson

favors were bright, colored suckers ed. home on South Walnut! Street.,Mrs ,.E"IP Milk 9c'. 17c

Room with Bath *_....,__,.__._{_____ $1.50 Peterson will serve:aa an emergency 41bs. for

Double Room With ,Bath __.:.-___.....:'--_._-_-_ 2.00 .- 'Tweoty-elgbt'Mtieti tfclrty-two : assistant Jiome demonstration
Geological expert" report thatIthe counties ant one'statE bear the agent In .connection with the COMPAN

>, ALFRED SIMONS: Manager., [ rock of Glbraltor Is crumblingand name of Wa..hngton: La this coun- I Rehabilitation: project In this county. THE GREAT- ATLANTIC' &: .PACIFIC _TEA.. -

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r-- Florida Voters To Decide Demos Met In Orlando al:l, that the recommendation of the Woodlawn Baptist Church; of ; 1 I'

Whether Duval County- NAT SEl::: Last Sunday, Convention appropriate executive of the Democratic Jacksonville, and intevrfient was :

Party should be, followed made in the fatally plot.und.tr the '
City Gov'ts
of Can Merge Well, I left this little bit of Made MandatoryThe "It
non-
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direction' of the DtWitt C.: Jones 'f
-.:-.. sense out of the paper last week IH falling\ that vacancy. \, :

It is a strange freak In the lawsof thinking nobody would notice it. Florida Association of g-jt* was also. suggested that Company I

the state of Florida when\:the, I don't suppose boards nf county executive com- Mr. Clemons was born and rear.* :

Local City of Jacksonville and Duval that most of Chairmen and Secretaries of Coun- mittees in making appointment ed in Bradford! County, and was I" ; 1\

County must ask the rest of the you :missed': ;It laC ty tees Democratic met In Orlando Executive,last Commit-Sunday.A of election clerks and inspectors a son of the late Mr. and Mrs ''" i
state for( permission to experimentwith but a few tUd "
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CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND their own local government, and mentionedIt party, convention made THEODORE CLEMONS Henry C. Clemons, pioneer rest .

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN think members of the Jackson to me. Oaje tory by law every four manda-I Funeral service for Theodore dents of this county.

ville Bar Association, according to of my friapda the purpose of forming a Clemons, formerly of Brooker, who 'Surviving are his widow I Mrs,

I Mr. M, C. Meade, publicity directorof asked me :If\ 11 a A was favored by them.A I died in'Miami Monday, and whore Mamie Pinholster, Clemons; two s

the Duval-Jacksonvtlle merger had talked,myself resolution was adopted requesting body was brought here for burial,
L-- amendment, who called at the out or had the Legislature to enact i was held Tuesday morning at New daughters, Christine and Kathleen;

Tjand Mrs. J. T. Qulgley spent H. L. Rockwood secretary- Telegraph office Tuesday", "But the newspaperquit such laws as will compel the holding Rivet; Cemetery. a brother Everett B. Clemons of

in Jacksonville. treasurer of the Gainesville Prod- such Is the case," and on Nov 6tb, paying me. of party conventions every The >service was conducted by Miami; one sister, lira Robert A. ,'

Monday uction Credit Association, was a the people of this county and the He seems to L four years so that a platform shall Rev.. Ui F. Green, pastor of the Andrews, of Moore Haven

B Surrency. of Brooker was visitor, to Starke Wednesday. remainder of Florida will be ask- think 3 ought' be laid and the party be; made more "

visitor A. here Wednesday. ed to vote for an amendment to the to;get paid for,,this work 'and I mnjtant by adherence. to the plat- N

s Mrs. Mae Jones, of Jacksonville, state constitution' which will allow [guess a lot of,you think bought, fGit The proposed' 1sw would apply ".'A' OF HEATERS THAT MAKE
GOOD LINE
Miss Vera Galney. of Brooker, was In Starke last week visiting the northern metropolis and to be arrested tor something.! to' both th. ;Clemorratlc- and

was a visitor here Monday.' Dr. and Mrs. W. E.,Mlddleton, at its county unit to merge governments Well if youv\just1' $tJflae In and Republican Parties WINTER MONTHS A PLEASURE ARE

their residence on Madison Street. In order to make for more look over my Fall, goods,. I will be The entire morning was consumed PRICES
HERE AT REASONABLE
Resale Colson, of Brooker was a economy and efficiency. amply; repaid In the discussion of various resolutions -

here Monday afternoon. Lamar Hearn.' of Atlanta "That this permission will be of,a'wide variety. After 1 1Don't
Ga.
visitor---- was in Starke Sunday visiting Dr., given Jacksonville and Duval TROUSERSFor selecting Ocala as the next convention New Shipment of Blankets. Best Prices I'
city and leaving the date to
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WImberlywere and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Mr. County by Florida voters almost Men or Boy be set later ,the,,association ad- Sleep Cold This Winter You Can Comfortably
visitors to Jacksonville :Mon- Hearn is a nephew of Dr. McLen- goes without saying. The amend- ::1:
don. ment affects no other city or coun- $|.95 journed. Furnish Your Home AtDENMARK'S {'
day. ty except the two mentioned. If The assembly also: favored the i ,

A Canova any other city-county governmental DRESS MATERIALSilk replacement of Republican Fed- '
Brooker Mr. and Mrs.
B. Colson, of and
Mrs .G. eral office' holders In Florida with
consolidation Is desired, the city
visitor tare Saturday afternoon little daughter, Mary Anne, of Plaids
was a and county wanting it must go or Cotton Democrats FURNITURE STORESTARKE ,
Gainesville, were guests Sunday of '
,
Mr. Canova's mother,' Mrs. E. E. i through the same red tape process 25c to 69c Another resolution adopted provided '
Jacksonville and Duval are go- that wherever vacancy oc- :
Col J. E. Futch, of DeLl ncS, was Canova. I curred in -Phone 151FLORIDA i
II ing through now, stated Mr. LADIES' COATS any office, whether eleo
a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. I Meade. Uve or appointive, State or Feder-

H. L. Brownlee: Mrs. Walter Glatzau and son, I "Those two political subdivisions New: Sport Effect '11 1 I:"
I
Bobby, and Mrs. Gall Lynch, of
face a peculiar situation In that
DeLand, were 'guests the first of $10
Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. A. H. with total of '
a county populaton
Jr., of Lawtey, were --vlsl- the week of Mr.and: Mrs. WilburA. Whole Grain
Harley, 167.000, the City of Jacksonvilleholds ,
Scott. DRESSESThe
tors here Monday. 147,000, leaving a paltry 20-
000 In the non-urban districts to be Newest Creation RICESLbs. TIP
of Sarasota, was In Mrs. Herbert Burden and little
R O. Daniel, governed by a cumbersome, costly
Starke Saturday visiting Mr. and daughter, Betty Jo, of Madison, returned and outdated government. Their ,$3.95 Uj "Fop

Mrs J. W.' Edwards. to their home Monday aftera desire In to eliminate this extra h. ____ 21c f
:
short visit with Mr, and Mrs. J. government and create a single BOY'SSHIRTS 1 *
tX
M. F. Wiggins and Mrs G. H. Rltc .
bars machine which will more economically THE BELL BRAND IIOMK3 OROWN t
,W Andrews, of New River, were and efficiently rule over ,
"visitors here Monday.Rev. Mrs Carl Shepard left Monday the destinies of the entire coun- 79)c,

for her home at River Junction after ty and city as 'one,", the publicity MEAL STARKE. FLORIDA
and Mrs. C. B. Price and a weeks visit here with her director further,!I ,brought out. A new W. IlDougIu* Shoe, at .

,ilrs. J. C. Downing, were ,visitorsto brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ,: 'T. II $8. O hiM just.TOotno In-lo kl ',,10 Lb. 25c
It _. Friday and Saturday Oct. 5th and 6th
.Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. Pate Gasaett. Apopka State Bank mighty/ at good for That price paysto -- ,
-- buy

Misses Mary Canova Kathryn Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Jean- Robbed Tuesday Of GOLDEN RIPE NOItTIIFlELD-TALL CANS

Haynes and Bunnie Canova spent ette Kincaid, MIss Madge Middle- $JflOOBy Bandits STERNBERG'SStarke.

Tuesday in Jacksonville. ton, Mrs. D. C" Kinlaw and Mrs. Florida BANANAS 4 lbs. 1 ISc MILK 3 For 17c

H. B. McLendon, were visitors to APOPKA -Three unmaskedand ,
Mrs L. O. Crenshaw, of Jack- Jacksonville Saturday. heavily armed bandits enteredthe GOOD' JUICY "LOOK" RENT LE-nOSEDAUQ NO 11:1: CAN
sonville, was a week-end guest of State Bank of Apopka at 12:30p. : ( BROOKER
Mr and Mrs, L. S. Hutto.Mr. at I Mss Vera Galney, Correspondent 1 LEMONS Doz.
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell and m. Tuesday, pointed pistols lOc PEACHES l6c,
,
-
Mrs. 'James Shepard, of Milliard, the assistant cashier and bookkeeper ,
and Mrs. T. P. Denmark and Mrs. Q. E McCauley gave a
were week-end guests of Mr. and took approximately $4,000 CALIFORNIA TOKAY LB. CAN
baby, of Daytona Beach, spent ,.Mrs. C. A. Knight, at their residence from the counters, and escaped In I surprise party Oct. 1, 3 to 6 p.m. in

Sunday here with relatives.Mr. ; on Call Street. an cashier automobile of the, while bank W.had G.gone Talton to, honor of her eleven daughter,old.Jeanette There, GRAPES Lb. lOc PORK& BEANS SC,

who
and Mrs. E. Q. Garrick, flit I dinner.' was years ICEBERG-L\ROl!:
weekof Master Arthur Williams of Staten was a number 'of games played, TENDER SWEET NO. I: CAN
this
Pa
Erie, are guests
Mr. and Mrs.? L. S. Hutto. I' Island, N. Y., has been enjoying The trio carried F. Xk Burgust with, after which lemonade and cake LETTUCE Ea. 9c
a visit here with his uncle assistant cashier, In the car CORN lOc i
served to the following guests:
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A.. B. Williams them to the city limits and then was
Mrs S. P. "Vandivlere and son, at the Magnolia Hotel. released him -unharmed. He could Joyce; Atkins, Marvin Bass, Junior 'IAROE BEAUTIFUL HAND PACKED 8 FOR 1I r
Pitner, of Valparlso, are guests of only describe the car as a largefourdoor Brown. Joella Barry, Marlse, Louise '
her mother, Mrs G. W. Alderman. aedRn.. ha was forced Dyal, CELERY Ea. lOc 'Tomatoes
'( ;, tom, L I ___ Friends 'cf'1dtsi Lois Adklns,, k.tthbktu AJI ed Myrtice Crosby, Marie No. 2 cans 25c'
to a while the Eva Fay, Perry ;'Cslney, Phyllis ,
Mrs Jack Bell of Gainesville, freshman at the Florida State College -
,
Mae LewIs NO. I COBBLItR-IiUSII
car sped away. and Douglas Hazen, lye LENDV AlIALL'I. CANS ,
pent the week-end In Starke with for Women: Tallahassee, will .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. be interested to know that she Local police and a large force 'Bonnie Matt; Jeannette, Juan- POTATOES 10 Lbs {
16c
Edwin and Mary
Edwards. has been pledged to the Pi Beta from riedly the put sheriffs In pursuit office of the were robbers hur-, Levelle ita, Parrish,Jewell MCGaUleY'l' SUGAR PEAS 25c

Phi Fraternity. and the roads throughout the coun- Prescott, Lorraine and Leslie LARGE JONATHAN FANCY CI1tJilIIED! NO. R'CAH -
Mr and Mrs. ,C. S. Laird, who searched. Thomas, Mary Allene, L. C., Odessa -
ty were
formerly taught school in this Eire Smith Alexander and Kelley, Lorraine Polk, Edna Marion APPLES Doz. 25c PINEAPPLE ISc"FI.u '
Most of the secured was
county, were here Saturday visit. daughter Miss lone, and Mrs. E., money Mary Ellen and Clarice Wa-
ing friends. W, Griffin and little daughter, In currency, but there was a considerable -' \., KEV-IAROlQ "
also RITTEU'I'I OR CANS '
I'JIILLIPS
amount of silver 2 4
ters.H.
Mrs Jack Bell, Miss Lois Edwards Verna Gene, of,Jacksonville, spent taken. In addition, there were P. Galney and daughter, LIMES
the
Starke guestsof
the week-end In nummerous money orders and certificates i Vera, were attending to business In Dol. 5c SPAGHETTI 15a
and Miss Patricia Lambe, Dr.: and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. I Starke Monday.Mr. .
.
were, visitors to Jacksonville, Sunday '
afternoon.W. Mr. -and Mrs.. JIlCj''l.US; Mr. i Keith Hollow y, fingerprint ex and Mrs Carol Atkinsonand ONIONS, 31bs. __ 10 CARNATION on PET

and Mrs, Johnny Balsden of Lake: pert of the Orlando police"depart' children spent last week-end
Sweet POTATOES MILK 3 Tall
E.;Thornton, Night Marshal, City, Mrs M. Weaver and son,''I :sent came to the bank Tiere to with friends 'and relatives In 101ba 19c cans 19c

Is spending several days in Or- John, of Jacksonville, were guests look for fingerprints. Starke.
lando, where he Js attending to Sunday of Mrs. Jessie Mae, Blake- -- Mr. and Mrs. Scab Dukes, Mr. VENT k

business matters., ly and her father, W. W. Baisden. JONES Sam Dukes, Miss Eliza Dukes of WHITE '.
JOHN S. Dukes Station, and :Mrs. Sarah TIP TOP MARKET

Mr. and Mrs., C. A.-Addlson 'of Mrs. W. HNollman, who has Funeral services-for Deputy Fire Drlggers, of Lake'Butler, were vls- BACON .

lake Butler, spent Sunday after been spending several months at Chief John S. Jones, of Miami, lUng friends and relatives her ',, ,

boon in Starke visiting Mr., and the Nollman Summer' home at whose body was brought bete Sunday. Pound ,_ 17c, FLORIDA BEE F.-PORK

Mm T. C. Chastaln. Highlands, North Carolina was a Tuesday for burial! was held Wed Mr. and Mrs. R. W. BranneB -- : ,
-- guest Saturday of her mother; and daughter, Pauline, of Lake "
nesday morning at Hope Cemetery, FULL CREAM I,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank and enroute to her last week-end hereas
Mrs S. F. Hamrick, near Theressa with Rev. J. Mulla- Butler, spent
little daughter, Betty Lewis, of home In Sebring. dy of Putnam Hall conducting the guests of her parents, Mr, and FLORIDA STEAK Pound 18c
Lake City, were guests Sunday of service.Mr. I Mrs. II. P. Galney.. CHEESEPound ;!

ilr and Mrs. James Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, who Among those attending the UnIon _
Jones had been a memberof WESTERN RIB
Friends have spent the past ten days here for meeting at Kingsley Lake last __ 17c ROAST, Poona20c: '' 1.
Jacksonville department
the ,
William C.: Wainwright White and other
J. W.
with Mrs. week-end were Rev. and Mrs. G. t
of Lawtey, who Js a student relatives, went to Fernandina several years He, later going a native to Miami of E. McGauley, Mrs. G. B. Colsen, PURE' CREAMERYBUTTER HOME-MADE BUTTER Half Pound 15c ,
to reside. was
at the University of Florida, Tuesday where they are visiting South'carolina.. Miss Mildred Morgan, H,R. Brown '
, will be Interested to know that their son and daughter-in-Iaw, Manning, and T. B. Plnholuter.
ne has recently been pledged tothe Rev. and Mrs. Laurie a. Ray. Survivors are: his widow, Mrs. FLORIDA PORK CHOPS Lb;, 20c i'i'Pound'
Lamba Jones two daughters,
Chi Alpha, Fraternity. Alice May ; An oil company brought In a

Mr. and Mrs Clarence W. Beas- Mrs ,J. ,S, Cooper, of Miami and producing well In a canyon of the 29c BONELESS PIG FEET '
Detroit, ?- ? _.9-oz, 'jar 25c
of
ley, of Gainesville, Ire announcingthe Mrs Charles F. Brock, Colorado river, with sides so steep __

[GENT f WORDs birth of a son, Clarence W.,Jr., Mich; four sisters, Mrs. J. Frank the site could only be reached by 10o PACKAGE DRIED BEEF .lb. .. (
Worth Texas ---- ; ?
j35F
on Saturday, September 29. at the Lawrence of Ft. ; boat. -- :! :'m ,. ,
Alachua County Hospital. Mrs. Mrs A. O. Cooper, Mrs. A. W. Tip- rf
% M ssK Beasley will be pleasantly remem- ping and Mrs. C. L. Barlow, all of MATCHES MIXED HAMBURGER ,LL. 112c :

bered here as Miss Dora Manning, Jacksonville.The ,
FOR SALE" Genuine o* Mr', 'and Mrs. :3. C. DeWItt C. Jones Company 2 For .. 15c WESTERN BEEF
STEW
UUons daughter .
Maryland Missionary Strawber- Manning.Lt. had charge of funeral arrange- RITZ THEATRE : T.. : ...._Lb;:,...;..., ;lOc ,

ry Plants, $1.30". : per thousand at In Starke last raents.. STARVE FLORIDA NO. 2 i-a CAN-FRESH BOLOGNA,, .._ .. Lb. _._1..,..:...;_....1fz'PRUNES IJ
Caatleberry. Thurmond Farm Lott Enseywas; MiS10N
f'a tJeberry. Ala. 0-fl-4tp, week visiting his uncle, A. H. HALL FLORIDA ROAST
'--- Johns, Mr. Ensey has been stationed PROGRAMBEGINNING p
CALLING "Long" for From the 22nd, 23rd and 24th '
CARDS,. any 'size on the Naval Vessel, FRIDAY fig
,too for 50: $180 for 100. Mono- sometime and enjoyed a visit here Psalms was brought a message 15c : r

framed stationery 100 sheets and In Jacksonville while the ship Tuesday evening at the Bible study FRIDAY, OCT 'IITJI '_ '"! In Cuts Per Pound ISc

. and 100 envelopes, $2.73.: Bradford was docked for several days at Ft. that will be long remembered by MAXWELL HOUSJSCOFFEE .f
County resident those who heard Prof. W. W;Flnneren. "Scarlet Empress"Marietta
former
:
Telegraph. Phone 29. tf. Pierce. Mr. Ensey. '
host of Civil Engineer of Gaines "''' f 9
of Starke, has a Dietrich-JohnLodjre 'It
fOR SALE .Household goods glad to see ville. !
friends here who were Louise bnueet 30cCOCOA:
some farm tools, etc. F, J. Pat- him again. Out of the wells of his own experience ,- 12c
,
*a, Route 2. Starke. No sales on t Mr. Flnneren drew deeply SATURDAY'OCT.. 6TII w
Saturdays the spiritual life of hishearers GOLDEN AGE-."7 OZ. PKO. "J'
Bill) that
233tpOFFICE Starke Mends of W. F. ( "A MAN'S GAME"Tiro COCONUT
'- and /
en-
formerlyof might be benefited
Canova. ,of Tallahassee, i SPAGHETTI
to riched. Few men are as sure of McCoy +r
Interested
SUPPLIES: Typewriter .Lake Citywill be 'Pkg. 5cCHOCOLATE
ribbon*, adding machine ribbons, that he has'recently been i God's direct dealings with men, 4.54; '
know
Carbon for and are as conscious of the Omni 8fN.JIOVOCT.: 7th and 8th -
paper. typewriter paper, appointed commercial agent I FOR BAKING MACARONI NOODLES
Mdlng machine paper, ,second the Seaboard Air Line ,Railwaywith potent hand guiding and ruling the "HANDY ANDY"Win
neets on sale at the Bradford offices at Tallahassee. Mr. and the necessity of submitting .
I. Is this -- -- ---"- ---- ..
of life fully to this hand, as -
ZCounty Telegraph office. Phone Canova Is a former resident J&'OIC"Pl'rI'YVood! f'
', tf. Starke, and '\* a son of the late Christian worker.A Corn-hit. MnntforgroMary COFFEE
-- I was also ; 15c 2 Lbs. 25c
FALL W R. Canova. great gospel message Carlisle 2.j Pkg. ,.. _
AND VINTER seeds are .. brought In song by two men '
Driving at W:: 'tea Store. Tur- INDIES AUXILIARY NOTICE accompanying Mr. Flnneren and TrEHA\ED., OCT, Bth-IOth,

'IPI, mustard, c bbage. beets, let- altogether the evening was a profitable -

r***. carrots, r ,70.: sets, garden The Ladies-Auxiliary of the and enjoyable one. 'Young & ,Beautiful'The DAISY SELF-RISING 6 LBS. 12 LBS. '21''LBS.
? I" and lined In
rye. X appreciate. your Presbyterian Church will meet The number "Forty" as WsrapM Baby Stare
fjgy* 28-4t willi'Mrs. R. J. Davis Tuesday afternoon the Bible will be the subject next Ullllam Hminm-.Imtith AHm
th 3:30: week. You'll find It Interut1Dg.yoW' Trd FI..-Rto and IDs Orchestra ''
foR RENT-n October ,' at;.
ihed entire secI .
will Bring "Book of All Books Kit IeateYs Hollywood; Singers FLOUR 27c 50c 95y t ta'
:W floor, fir rooms;,private o'clcck. Mr. 'Glen Searing .
..
, sink assistant' hostes Mrs. Alta
in kf ;hen and large be I( of people I ,
More
)!.v..t P<\rCb. ALa, small apartlent. Irwin Green.of. St. Augustine, disappearances than In other, _________ __._____ _
)' Mrs., H. h.. nrick, S. Wal-. former missionary In Siam will I.I occur in Parts world. any Girl R
of the
.
city
,-'t. >< f be,the speaker, forthe"afternoon. N-;

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY OCTnn.. +.o -
-
--

y neither risen nor'' fallen, but has 17 TAMPAN :
Hints To Housewives HEADS :
held languidly to the. same level OCALA-James M D.\1n\IE.'i
1 for many weeks. However, the of Tampa heads the Whltebutst, I

Weekly from Home Demonstration outlook for fall and winter Is, ac- 'LIVE STATE NEWS Dairy Association Florida State I\

I FARMERS SECTIONConducted SpecliUtot, Tallahassee cording to some experts, improv a second term. Whltehumt for !,
i
ing. Hope of'a seasonal upturn elected at the close of the ra

Demonstration PRESERVING GUAVAS after Labor Day has offered some News of Florida in Short Paragraphs convention here recently, annual !
by Agentajs
There are several of encouragement ,,{ ways preserving ket, in spite of the fact that no evidence vice-president and C. E. nall1ed
guavas. They may be can Donnegan
pointing to a major expan- of St..Petersburg
ned wu
whole peeled or unpeeled; elected
.. n 1&J1-.L SI _-- II II ttl "'II be halved seeds removed by'means may sion In Industrial operations has retary treasurer. G eor. se,.

of the dilver or a fruit press, and been forthcoming'.. I PAROLE IS REVOKED HEARING PUT OFF Weems director of the Florida 0'

RURAL Home Agents In this pulp returned to halves and: Inside Administration circles TALLAHASSEE: The conditional TALLAHASSEE: The state Milk Control Board, and Dr R. B

js Work Of Increasing cooked with them; or shells and great faith Is felt In the new fed- parole granted last month to Railroad Commission recently announced Becker Station, of the Florida Experiment

COMMON SENSE pulp may be cooked separately eral housing administration as a Oliver S. Snell, serving a life Ben it had postponed until addressed the conventloa,
Importance In State business reviver. The law authorizing tence for murder In Marlon Coun .
Canned Guava Nov. 8 a scheduled hearing' on application -, -
f, L By SPUDS JOHNSON Wash; remove blossom end, and this body was passed by the ty, wa revoked recently by the by railroads to Increase : REACH AGREEMENT
TALLAHASSEE-More Florida peel, if skin Is blemished In anyway last Congress at the request of the State Pardon Board upon reports their freight charges on agricultu' TALLAHASSEE-After

t PANTRY TOURS SHOW counties are applying for home Cook 2 to 3 minutes (accord- President, and a short time ago the that Snell had not kept the condition .- insecticides and fungicides. The months of communication n0rt many/ )

HOME FOOD PRESERVES demonstration agents than can be ing to size and ripeness of fruit) machinery for'puttlng its provis- of good behavior. proposed Increase would cover both and Georgia's motor vehicle departments

t4 OF RURAL FAMILIES' supplied, dud to shortage in state In boiling thin or medium syrup. ions into action was completed. It -.. carload and less than carload shipments have reached a reciprocal -
and federal funds works this way: Banks and savings -
for trucking
I cooperating This preliminary cooking Is givento agreement
; Pantry tours are being stagedby GIRL SURVIVES FALL I George
in the work, 'says Miss Flavia have a full pack when processIng and loan'associations'applyto 21,1 H. Wilder. Florida motor
the home demonstration women MIAMI-Miss Betty Travera. vehicle
Gleason, state home demonstrationagent. the Housing''Admlnlstratlon for commissioner last
is : If INTERNATIONAL
4' In a number of counties w>w. and "With completed "peach" packIs a contract which Insures their survived a fall recently from a WILL BE would week said h.
a realization of the sign an
what desired and guavas are large window the third floor of TAMPA-The Florida agreement with
her
many of us are wondering building loan to on Fair and
value of home demonstration up twenty per Georgia which will
and thick allow
mealed, halves be
} pantry tours are. It seems that the may cent. Then the bank can lend from home. The girl lost her balance Gaspartlla Carnival the third either truck of
agents brought strongly to the state to
women-and men, too, for. that forefront in recent when packed In Jars, after very slight $100 to $2,000 to local property and fell to the ground while emptying largest' fair In the country, and trade area in Florida service a regular
matter-get together and make a ( years pre-cook, In over-lapping layers; without : an ash tray. Hospital attendants Florida's pride, will be a real international or Celrela
collateral. Amountof
they have owners not than
so ably assisted the rural concave surface of each half more four times
little tour In which they visit the said she suffered ''only exposition when it opens a month
families the loan Is limited to one-fifth without
to
stem the depression should be downward and the blossom requiring them to
F bruises. She this winter buy
homes of women who have done was not admitted to in Tampa. At a
tide, a number of counties are interested end should face the glalB..Adda of the borrower's Income, and the license tag for the other
state
the least five of the American nations
and hospital
canning preserving as a special -
? in money,,can be on a three- .
beginning the work, tablespoonful of with each relayed .
syrup
f4jti feature of their home demonstration south and west of Florida will
..
she says. layer Process 16 to 20 minutes. year. installment. basis. Maximuminterest
work during the summer, CATTLE BRING $40,514 have exhibits in the next Florida CANNOT ESCAPE TAX:
rate Is five cent. It
Home
per
attention to the demonstration work In Su- Guava Sauce Fair. TALLAHASSEE
especial Organization
They pay the KISSIMMEE County Agent
borrower.defaults. the
pantry In each home, and take note wannee County on October 1 was Wash fruit, and remove blossomend ment will the bank govern- Alsmeyer reported recently 2,932 of separate corporations far IB.
repay twenty
of what It contains. In that way resumed after a lapse of five and any blemishes on skin, cents on each dollar lost. bead of cattle had been purchased HIGHWAY COMPLETEMT. dividual stores In a chain will not
,''ji they see what the neighbors are years with the appointment of Miss Run through dilver to remove seed. from the inundated ranges of DORA-Federal Highway permit owners of a chain of store

y doing, and get a good idea of what Eunice Grady as agent, Miss Glea Measure. Cook In heavy alumi- Early reports Indicate that applications the Kisslmmee River Valley, netting 441, which Is also State Road No. to escape chain-store tax, Comp.
do next son announces. Miss Grady, Is a num kettle until somewhat thick for loans are flowing' Droller J. M. Lee is
they can year. cattlemen $10,514, as a re- 2 through Lake County, is now entirely advising all
> The pantlrles In many of these graduate in home economics of the ened. Add about 2 cups sugar (according Into banks all over the country at sult of the buying campaign of the : completed with the openingof county tax collectors. Mr. Leg u
State College for Women, with to acidity of fruit) to 4 an amazing rate-some banks Instructing tax collectors to
.k rural homes of Florida are bulwarks Federal Government to relieve the Alfred Street in-Tavares. The refuse
postgraduate work In nutrition. have been forced to establish to sell individual
cups of pulp and cook rapidly sep- store licenses
against, hunger during the situation. overpass on Highland Avenue, Mt. aai
next few months. They assure the She has taught home economics again for about 10 minutes, stirring arate departments for handling Dora, was opened to traffic several to sell only chain-store license
s for nine years at Pensacola, Pom- often. Pour Into hot jars, put them. It is forecast that $1,000- where the stores seem to be
r members of the farm family of SELECTS SILVER SPRINGS weeks ago, and last week the portion operated
9 adequate meals In good variety. pano and Sarasota. immediately Into boiling, water : 000,0000 may be released for property SILVER SPRINGS-Because of of the highway through the as part of a chain or when
Miss Gleason announces also bath and 5 minutes. This : modernization under this the basic ownership Is the
process
aameI
They give them a rather comfort- Its crystaline water, Silver town of Tavares, which has been I -
that the work was Inaugurated In Ie excellent for pudding sauces, scheme-that'much' money, going Springs for Instance-where corporation
able feeling around the belt line. widened and rebuilt", '
has selected the
Clay County on October 1 with I short cakes, cobblers, gelatins'des- Into supplies and materials and been by AmericanRed are controlled by the same people,
Women In home demonstrationwork the appointment of Miss Cross as a great outdoor lab ...
Beulah erts or ice oream.ADJUSTMENT\ employment, would give a powerful -
PLANT_ SHIPS__ FRUIT_ _____ -
under the direction of county' -,, Felts as agent Miss Felts also is unward. imrtefcua. ____ to Averv_ _IndtiA-____ oratory for taking a series of photographs n
n n LAKE
home demonstration agents, a graduate the State College for try. to Illustrate the most advanced PLACID The packing HARMLESS BE CARED FOR

1+j have worked out budgets of canned Women, and has taught for two PLAN FOR methods of swimming and house started packing grapefruit I TALLAHASSEE-A policy of
4,. and preserved products. which a years at Palmetto and Aucllla. PEANUT INDUSTRY IN life saving. Heretofore, pen drawings Saturday. The packing house for requiring counties to care for
family will need during the year. While a 4-H club girl in Manatee 1985' BEING PREPARED The drought wiped out the crops have been used to teach these merly in the Exchange, la Independent harmlessly Insane persona. or aged

For a family 1 of five they canned County several! years ago she madean GAINESVILLE adjustment of some of our- ;richest farming subjects. R. E. Eaton, national this year. Both early varieties persons who are not insane, wu
should be 170 quarts of outstanding record, and was plan> for the peanut industry in states-but the national farm Income field representative of the American and Marse Seedless grapefruit adopted recently by the state cabInet -

fruits, 80 quarts of fruit juices, selected to attend the Moses Leadership 935 will be in effect shortly,'' according this year will total up considerably Red Cross, will arrive Sunday are being shipped. About 2- which said it would not al
t 216 quarts of vegetables, 62 quarts Training School In to word received by the more than last. Reasonfor evening from Washington with 000 boxes are picked a day. but low admission of such persona to

tt of meats, an equal quantity of field Massachusetts and the Spring International Florida Agricultural Extension that is the sharp rise in the a. crew of swimmers and divers to I much of this Is shipped In bulk to the State Hospital in the future.

sweets, and 33 quarts of pickles Club Congress in Chi Service from the Agricultural Adjustment value of what crops remain. Corn make the pictures. The crew will other places to be packed. The Superintendent Preston Ayres of

r This gives a total of 60S quarts of cago. Administration In Washington will bring double last year's prices begin working Monday morning packed fruit Is' being shipped to I the hospital will be Instructed tie

home preserved products. It seemsto The recent appointment of Miss The tentative plan provides -livestock, poultry and dairy and continue throughout the week. Oklahoma and Nebraska. board decided, to determine what

be a pretty that amount of products should County, succeeding Miss Mabel' an opportunity to enter into of the farm Income, will bring In will do photograph-- LIST MUST BE PRINTED been cured by treatment and are

serve to keep the wolf from the Wilson, Is announced by Miss Glea- contracts with the Secretary of $700.000,000 more than they did Ic work. TALLAHASSEE-LIsts of qualified able to return their counties, jo
1 ,door. son. Miss Clarlne Belcher resume Agriculture which will permit in 1933. f I voters must be published Attorney that: these also may be sent back

n The women plan to can and preaerve ed work as agent in East Hills- them to plant for harvest in 1939 Dun and Bradstreet forecasts Ion as to how much more the farmer ruled today General and Cary failure D. to Landis com to the be cared for, If necessary by
counties.
these products during seasons borough County October 1, after a an acreage equal to the average that the Increase In total farm In- will have to spend when 1034 I I ply with the law might cause the Old who
of plenty. They also see year in which the county had only acreage planted in 1933 and 1934 come will be ;rom twenty to twen closes-but every agency is certain validity of an election (o be persons originally were
ques committed to the hospital although -
that sufficient vegetables and one home agent.., says A. P. Spencer, vice-director ty-five per cent-about $1,500,000- : his pockets will be better lined tioned. His opinion was given to
they were not insane, also
of the
C 'fruit are raised on the place to There! are now thirty-one home Extension Service. 000. Standard Statistics believesthe than before-and principal credit J. R'Grler, Supervisor of Registration will be discharged from the !Institution .

b 4 provide all that Is needed by the demonstration and forty-two coun- Growers who participate In this rise will amount to $2,000,000- for this improvement in the financial in Palm Beach County who and returned to the coun
IrE family while the products are fresh ty agents working In forty-five program> will receive adjustment 000. Government experts unofficially condition of the great majority reported the County Commission ties.

and to allow a surplus for can- Florida counties. payments based on their 1934 production say that the Increase will be of farmers goes to old Mother bad made no provision in its budget .

ning. Many of them can more. than he says.Establishment. around 1000000000. Thus, there Nature's system of adjusting for the' cost of publishing the Ecudor claims honors for

the budget calls for and have some FARMERSASKED TO i 1 I of a processing'tax la considerable difference of opin- supply and demand. list of qualified voters. ducing the largest bananas. pro j
to sell. They thus supplement the VOTE ON CORN-MOO of cent
one a pound, farmers'
h family Income in no small and CONTROL ..
; way PROGRAM I stock weight, on peanuts except I'
GAINESVILLE Florida hog those used in the manufacture of
',;, ey of the family in hard times. chance to state whether or not I floor stock tax with respect to f -

That the work of encouraging they want a corn-hog' adjustment peanuts were announced last week ""to 1t -
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'"f.\ and helping Florida citizens to live program in 1935. County agents. by the Administration. The tax, 1! I : .
; \,, at home, as done by the county are holding referendum meetings ..1 Which became effective October ', ," i ,,, ""

',:" home demonstration agents, Is apt in the thirty-three counties of tne 1, Is levied on the first domestic \ ... : ..
t preciated is evidenced by a greatly stale In which farmers have signed processing of peanuts. """I

"rf r increased demand for, services by reduction contracts tbls.year according .. ".

j such agents. to A. P. Spencer, vlce-di- ti/ "f/V fueib

,',,1 t; .... ,- rector of toe Agricultural Extension C
eras Service. 'Economic yOealth
t. "*" the ot food Highlights |
With prides product The county agents and county .\

going up, the home garden which corn-hog committeemen are explaining I (Industrial News Review)
i \ supplies fresh vegetables every In meetings over the state
month in the year will conserve the full significance of these
ti" the family funds and the health off' ques- lfnp.* tions and the situation that
: ""r the members of the family, say producers now face. The 1,600 hog Bllln, ml Dlvld.u4 v..r r Ckeek..d IiMilvldaal. -Tax National 'I.\'.... : _
'.9' State !Nome Demonstration work- and ,.t..tI.... .........
ers. Florida farmers who have signed ............. F.... !....! -W.U..... y -
corn-hog reduction contracts this

;I:. year have been notified of the date Opposition to .the Administration HR'I. .

666 and place of these meetings, ,Mr.. which has been scattered,

:'1 Ll...... T....... SalT. !Neal, r.p* Spencer said.Liverpool weak and Ineffective during the i _
:f.;' Checks Malaria In Three Days past two years Is gaining both in ,
1&, Colds First Day England, Is spending volume and in strength Organl- erj

'1 V H......_ ..Neuralgia.. 50....... $40,000,0000. In abolishing Its slums. sations, carrying prominent names

I; Fine Laxative and Tonic A w on their letter heads, are springing
__ ...... movement e started in Auburn -
i Mete ? R. KJo.... with the of combat- ,
:, Cal.. to have each graduate up purpose ;
. 'Y of the high school plant a tree ting. alleged growth of bureaucra-. -'

,, 1 annually ;-y.- ), rS.
,fta; Newest and most Important of of FLORIDA I
these organizations is the American
,t'k! : w
';; Liberty League. It has two "

;J. announced purposes: To disseminate
Information that will teach the The mineral springs and health waters of Florida could be favorably

& necessity of respect for the rightsof known and famous throughout the world. They have health qualities

'//ii,Ii, persona principle and property of constitutional as a fundamental ,;equal to many noted watering places of Europe and North'' America.

$ government; and to teach the S Scenic beauty and climatic conditions are unsurpassed anywhere. The

duty of government to encourageand -' i'!',.. t ''springs of Florida constitute an asset-attractive to tourists and health
'
,{ protect Individual and group l .... .. \
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.:r" '., 'S Initiative and enterprise. ;I *' ;v' ; .' eekers-that sL.uld be given full publicity.

What makes the League more t\
* than ordinarily important is the For instance, there are seven great springs in Florida, huge "throats

' \ fact that its principal sponsors are .. In the ground that gush forth crystal clear water at the rate of over

.'oit.r\ both nominees ex-democratic-Alfred E. Smith presidential and 1oo,009aUonl per minute. There are thirty springs flowing at the rate of

'.' Welba Selectos sUe John W. Davis. President of the .. .. ,15,000 gallons a minute. Perhaps the best known is Crystal Springs, which

never sold/ or Icn than League is Jouett Shouse, a auperoraani. 'pours out 22 million gallons an hour and is the largest in the world.
.., and publicist and a man The All Florida Committee
lOc.
? Yop now'can buy
w who* knows! every. In and out ''of it a'non-parfiaanr Florida has twenty-two mineral springs from which water is sold
tarn/
the size and quality politics. :Mr. Davis Is one of tbenation' '
most ;non pnfU organisation commercially. Many of the springs yield a flow of sulphur water considered
distinguished conservatives -
for SpJmt-thtnk long u. 1'0 j. we .. ....... ,
SomeFlotlttI"
valuable
S every ...... tl Wgi bstedaaayeg a man of the highest for the promotion of ,unusually in the treatment of various ailments.
";! Havana and i Im rted to Ire .... at 11. wtb ability and Integrity. : of them hate capitalised on 'their resort possibilities in a small w ay.
/
.''t' sal tlal'k' eas. According to Mr.. Shouse, membership a welfare as aloe.
: ,". bacco for only ; Wateh OTtay All of them could become Meccas where 'thousands of tourist pilgrims
.. < Oeertr.ddI applications are flowing f..* Study these
r a f. onaFLORL des '-.- lead_t*_ 81'1- Into the League offices and there : might seek rest, recreation and health each year.
,f" ?: : a will be no lack of funds with which IT leWif announcemmavvefullysothatyou
1 "
t get the m t your .-.. vaa.tio..ed ">.tvriMUMMiV. ., to work. President Roosevelt ask- nai The underlying formation of Florida is a thousand foot thickness

'.'l I: oney eve ght. JJ .<.oaVjw tI7 Dr. MDesTt ed about It by ,reporters, gave an 'ifnou Florida and that .)f limestone, pierced by numerous underground rivers and lakes, providing
..vaaata I ..... Tawst opinion on the League In which hesaid instead
,. Lew*Clear Mfg.Co,Mdura ..* .. ta a kaif d. that he approved of Its two At tetter filled to cooperate seemingly inexhaustible supplies of water. Florida cities

,!!;\ Nmrk.N.J. ...... ..u. purposes, but that he believed government *. ) in ilt prosperity. of having to c* end on surface water, tap these underground streams

J .. drink..... d. j0e has other responsibilities \ for water that been filtered and in its through theporous
, a J .. -,- .. ......... as i welL' ,. ; D. alas purified passage
lOW HenIM II 4" limestone. .
red The ,
: League, and other
d organizations -
ba ... ton.a-L1glia

'[ w tlaee.e.ee.1.... --.c Tablet..Hots.. Iris Into motion with similar to any" plans major won't extent get l'' Florida's springs are worth advertising, just as much as her manyother

MELBAOAINK9VIUJB ..... at ,.. ... Msesa until the November, elections are attractions and advantages. The resources and assets of this state

, over as strategists think; It wouldbe provide a 'wonderfully interesting story that would attract additional
f waste effort to
:; 7e action until next year start aggressive' C7UL II, DA millions of('visitors,and residents. This story can be told by means of

:1 ClCW\upUnw .r r.a national advertising program, shared in by all sections and lnteresutO ,
) ,
CANDY VI NERVINE, Reports late have from'the not been business frontof M M L L! ,of the state. The quicker the program is begun.the' faster- will be'oar J

:.OslaesTlBs. Via* 1'1 a a..... '. exciting; Inasmuch -- '- growth aod.the.more' prosperous our.business. -.: '." ."t ,", r f
as .
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I k49-i.YRl.... .., : ,Industry;; large rbas ,. T__" '_ ...._, ,....' "" "'l!; ..:ii
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q Iro4Y OCTOBER 5, J9S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVIN"K !: :
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-T.\; a CHURCH WBECTOB1 tober 7-13 be set aside for the observation of setting fire to forests. Those

BuptiKt Church BEHIND L I ofUnulveralty tried on the charges were Dewey
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First C. B. Price Pastor r of Florida Week McDonald of Alpine, Ala. and Horace 1 '
RV. I The of the Bible Told in Pictures
Sunday School-10:00: a. m. the Story by all the civic and service clubs. Walker of DeArmanvllle, Ala
Worshlp-lliOO: ( a. m. and all other public spirited organizations The State Forestry Service report.
i young N I interested in ed McDonald and Walker were
P. U.-6.1 p. m. The 'In-lil of : in the state
,. JI, Y. charged with setting fire to wood
worahlp-7:30: p. m.lld.Wee II..... ('spit.New. .' promoting and supporting institutions
d gvening Prayer Service-7:30i : .. E of higher learning, and in on St. James Island by throwing
Fl. ){; aiding the University in acquainting lighted matches from a train on y ,

) O-u Invited to all our serv.eel. Mr ONC1R JOIIMSOV S Floridians with the University,. which CCC boys who had completed
, i are and KEVFTALLAHASSEE WA'r"o of Florida. their enlistments were being {

1 IN WITNESS WHEREOF I transported from the camp to their
1 Methowei;; homes in Alabama.
:-it will not be have hereunto set my hand and
d M. Montgomery. Pastor.I caused the Seal of the Stateof
Great '
I RCV. B. until June, 1933. that the pavln BUILDERS ERECTING PLANT
o I sunda School-10 a m. program Instituted by the Stat I Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee .f'

Morning Worshlp-11 .a. m. Road Department under the $5.II the Capitol, this 21st day SILVER SPRINGS-Dr. Charles '

Epworth League-6:43.p. m. 231,834 Federal Grant of 1933 will I of September, A. D. 1934. Norther, of Ocala and Tampa

y Evening: Worship-7:30: p. m. be completed, although on Sept. 1 t DAVE SHOLTZ, Governor. a visitor to Silver Springs today, f e f

e you are Invited to all these serv.eel. it was estimated that the construe R. A, GRAY I has just returned from Chicago 4 1

tlon resulting from the grant was Secretary of State.IJUOOKSVILLE wh ,re he went for a conference ,
_
e Prexbyterlan Church 85 par cent finished. When the ex with his business associates, Rex' f "'

I H. Lowry, Minister pendlture shall have been fully; ATTORNEYGtJBERNATOm.L Beach of Sebring and New York
e ReV. George m.-Sabbath School. made, Florida will have profited by;; CANDIDATE and A. E. Davenport of Orlando

e 10:00: a. Worship 157.3 additional miles of paving, r and Chicago. They have recentlyorganised
H'oo A. M.-Morning ;
h : 46.1 miles of grading and 5,7001in. BROOKSVILLE-James White- the Soil Builders, Inc.,
t Lnnon by the Junior pastor.Christian En- eal feet of bridges. hurst, attorney of Brookavllle is company and are erecting a large '' 4t
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r j:30 p. m -- now considered a candidate for the plant at Dunnellon to mine col. '
It takes than bookkeeper
more a good -
Ilav r, office of governor in the 1936 primary lodlal and other phosphates and
Evening Worship. to figure the extent of the
m.
17.30
: p. elections.
so-called main arterial highway manufacture soil correctors and

I system of the state because of the This brings the total of avowed amender and fertilizer._ fUlers.
e candidates for the gubernatorial -
special bills passed by succeeding
BOB JONES legislatures designating first preferential nomination to four. The others are ,',tr a
yrM Fred Cone, Lake City banker and
roads. ;As far as can be \
I Comments On Here figured the main arterial highway V lawyer; Raleigh Petteway, of Tam Why
of the Criminal Courtof
system of the state measures 2- pa, Judge

And Hereafter 494 miles, of which approximately Record; and Peter Tomasello,
Jr., of Okeechobee, speaker of the Laxativesare
J 2,262 miles have been paved. The Liquid
. I I'hat so-called secondary system figures house In 1933.Whitehuret .
The Bible Is a book made up of 916 miles, of which 621 miles have Is mild to have developed

' God has said, what man hasId been paved. considerable support and Back in Favor

and what the devil has said. that the main Issue of his campaign
The present federal r ant 1
Ivhat\ God has said Is always true. amounts to $2,661,343-and g it la Th. VUioB of Jacob's ....dd... "And Jacob went out from Beer-sheba and went toward Baran. And will be a concerted drive
he lighted upon a certain place, and I 'l'I'It'd l there all night And he dreamed and behold a ladder set up against tax dodging utilities and ,-
fvtiat\ man has said may be true ormy believed that unless Florida match. on the earth and the top of It rea need I I- heaven and behold the angels of God ascending and descending corporate Interests.

not be true. What the devilas es such funds In the future this on It. And. behold the Lord stood II ve It. and said, I am the Lord God of Abraham thy father and I p

said Is usually a lie. will be the last federal grant. Up the God of Isaac the land whereon thou Ix'xt to thee will I give It. and to thy seed I and thy seed hall be TWO PROMINENT! IIOIK1ES'

t to date the federal government has as the dust of the earth and thou shall spread abroad to the west and to the east and to the north and NAMES ARE CONFUSED The public is fast returning tn the use 14'
extended 22918460.16 !in federalaid to the south and In thee and In thy seed shall all the families of the earth be blessed. And. behold. I am of liquid laxatives. People have
"We believe in the Inspiration of while the road departmentsince with thee, and will keep thee in all places whither thou goes and will bring thee again Into this land; TALLAHASSEE -Two prominent learned that thIS right dose of a

be i Bible." What do we mean by Its creation In 1913 has expended for 1 will not leave thee. until I hiv done that which I have spoken to thee of. And Jacob awakenedout names frequently confused In properly prepared liquid laxative will ?

t statement T We mean that $122,700.747.72.Florida of his sleep, and he said Sur-'., lIe< Lord Is In this place a and I knew It not."-Gen. 281 10-16. One public life In Florida are Wm. C. bring a more natural movement without 5

Whatever the Bible says is so. If owes not a dime In bond of a series of Bible pictures mad by Merlan In 1625. Hodges, of Tallahassee, for many uny discomfort at the time, it
Issues In connection with road con- years a member of the Florida leg after.
he Bible says that God said some- ,struction. This has been one of islature and president-elect of the The dose of a liquid laxative can be ,,
Ding, then God said it. It the Bile -!the: few states to hold rigidly to a Marcus C. Fagg and he has continued ___ "UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I 1935 State Senate; and J. B. varied to suit the need. of the in- y,,

| says "the fool hath said in his "pay as you go" policy and in spiteof to Increase his responslbill- I; Th' WEEK" IS PROCLAIMED I Hodges, of Lake City able chair dividual. The actiou can thus be

art there Is no God." The fool this Is able to say that It has ties and powers under Julius S man of the State Democratic Executive regulated. A child is easily given the phi
101. There is a God. The Bible is one of the best highway systems In TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 3-Gov- Committee right dose. And mild liquid laxative
i Inspired book and when it says the country. Stone Jr., ,FERA administratorwho LettereBoXKeystone ernor Dave Sholta has officially The Tallahassee legislator Is do not irritate the kidneys.

t the fool hath said In his heart Is respected ana admired by [ proclaimed the week of October 712 generally known as "Senator," and Doctors are generally agreed that y

there Is no God, then it is true that all who enjoy the privilege of: as "University of Florida Attorney Hodges of Lake City Is scans is a natural laxative. It doe ,

tile i fool said it. When the Bible Russell Kay, little major dumoof knowing him. Week." usually called "Colonel". Both not drain the system like the cathartics

ays that the devil told Eve in the Florida publicity, is very much Heights Fla. Civic clubs and various organizations Hodges are prominent and Influential that leave you so thirsty. Dr.Caldwell's '
garden that the tree was good for Interested In the ratification of the Ed Larsen, collector of Internal September 26th, 1934. In nearly fifty cities of members of the state bar Syrup Pepsin is a liquid #

food and that it would make one Homestead Exemption Amendment Revenue, has a big job on his To the Editor: Florida are making plans for observance laxative which relies! on senna for Itt .j

wise, and that It was pleasant to is accompanying Senator W. hands In trying to collect $1,000 Re-Old Age Revolving Pensions of the week. CCC BOYS FREEDAPALACHICOLAThe laxative action. It gently helps the y'

Itie eye; then the devil said what C. Hodges, president of the Home a year Internal Revenue from From the scores of letters whichI Franklin average person's constipated bowel
The meet will until
nature
largest Inter-city restores their regularity.You .
Itle Bible said he said. When the Owners League to convey to the those who invested $23 in Govern have received since my letter was Circuit Court
County acquittedtwo
be held October 9 at Sebring with
Bible said In one place that Paul reading public the "facts" about ment liquor licenses. Former Collector published in your valuable paper can always net Or. CaleIweli'sSyrup
former members, of the CivilIan
Wauchula Avon Park Arcadia,
,
said "I speak as a man," then the the benefits to be anticipated with Andrew Mellon Is known to several weeks ago, I am sure your frostproof and Sebring uniting to Conservatlcn Corps. Pf charged I For use Pepsin at any drug store reudy 1

I Bible means that Paul said just ratification. have been.little In sympathy with readers will be interested in, and President John October .. .
hear J. Tigert --- ---- -
(what It says he said and that it .f'- the 1926 tax, made no more to enforce glad to get further, Information as 8 the university executive
Iwaj not the statement of God, but Jerome E. Conner, assistant it. Morgenthau feels differ. to the progress being made in the
at
|the opinion of a good man. State FERA administrator is a ently about it. Under the law liquor interests of the Townsend Plan of with speaks Ft. Pierce an Intercity, Vero Beach meeting and FUNERAL DIRECTORS

C. Florida boy. This may surprise dealers in dry states are expected Old Age Revolving,Pensions. Stuart uniting at Ft. Pierce our Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Us to Render o

many. His father is a railroad to come across with a $1,- Since the Inception of this plan EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
The trouble with people is that The Governor's official proclamation -
conductor. Conner was recom- 000 fee. Hundreds took out the by Dr. Townsendii,a there .has been MODICUATJIIl"BICES
Itiey do not take the Bible like they follows:
mended highly to the Washington 23.00 license placed on sale by the most Intense interest shown, DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
lithe
any other book. They do not 'FERA and sent to Florida under Larson May 13, 1933. He has and a virtual stampede to the "WHEREAS, the University, of BTARKE.' FLORIDA r
(take the Bible for just what Itsays. Florida will observe the second annual ,.
their names and their numbers. ranks of the 0. A. R. P. I doubtif
That is the reason they do Therefore, some tall explainingmust there ever has been such an I 'University of Florida Week,' "
hot understand it. think the what His will Is for life. If I
They my be done. However, it Is ex- unanimous approval of any new I October 7-13, and'WHEREAS
I Book is too for them. not find between the of .
They can
deep pages petted that he will find most of plan before, and people are travel : the object of the
I do not think know the the Bible a revelation of God'swUl
they- can those who took out the "protec- ing miles just to put their names' observance Is to acquaint the people -
I Book. There about for me, then there Is no revelation For
isn't Expert
anything RepairingSmith's
tlon" license will be In little posl- on the petitions to Congress asking of the State of Florida with
I that far the will of God for
this world or the next any my
favorable to a demand make this and
lon to respond legislation to plana their University,
I man needs to know to help him life anywhere In the world. It .
demanded of
cut number
for the $1,000 a year reality.At "WHEREAS, a large
|hoe right but what he can find, ,stands to reason If there Is a God '
by the government. Someof Florida men are now attending -
this time the bills are, being young
Ithli made this God would
who
In the Bible. There isn't anything man
and most profitable attend the University
the choicest drafted for to and : and will
presentation
I a man needs for his own happiness make known to man His divine will Garage
"bars" now In operation and"WHEREAS
of ,
I in this world or in the world will. This thing God has done in passage by Congress, by a body Institutions
doors. the state -
close their of the ,
I to come but what he can find this the Bible, which is the Book of Fifteen leading attorneys should
and there is doubt that of higher learning '
country, no
I ,
thing in the Bible. Books. Phone 120 ,
Its still unlawful for a candidateto they will be drafted In a way to have the support of their citizens)

The Bible Is the only book that Jesus doesn't offer to go with speak ill of his adversary within : compel recognition by this body. of the State THEREFORE, BE IT '

I was ever written that speaks with men anywhere, but He follows men the period dating eighteen days bee I There are at present 7,000 vole I RESOLVED"NOW that the week of OeWJ Wrecker Service Day or Night

I absolute authority about the will everywhere. He will not go with tore an election, but It will be all unteer workers in forty-four statesof

lot God for a life. The Book tells men to places of questionable right for a friend: or supporter to! the Union working for thl .. -
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1 me who I am, where I came 'from, amusements or on wicked jour say what he pleases about said adversary movement and securinggna\

l what my present state Is, and what neys, but He follows men with His when and as he pleases. tures to the petiti ns. GttMea.
I eternal to the This we gain from the recent de. The past month\: a lecture toui
my destiny is. It tells me mercies even though they go i Now! Prices
|BOW God wants me to live, and'EVERYBODY' deepest depths of sin. How many islon of the State Supreme CourtIn has been 'inaugurated which wll ReducedON
times have we heard men say the case involving Vernon Haw- take two fJratorC from coast t<

"Had it not been for the goodnessof thorne, state attorney of Dade coast and back again to California

God I would have been in hell County and Dan Mahoney, general Their Itinerary will Include speak
I long ago." manager of the Miami News. Hawthorns Ing engagements In all of the prln '

e spoke a piece three days clpal' cities of the counrty, and n<

i Men have no right to go to any before the June 26th primary over doubt will arouse unparallelled tnLhuslasm Genuine Bayer

place to which they cannot Invite radio which Pierre S. Roblneau, for the cause.. Aspirin '
Silver
their Lord.We have no right to do candidate for re-election as member Our meeting which was held Ir 's

anything upon which we cannot' of the house didn't like. Neither Keystone Heights on Aug. ,16th
Everybocly\\ solicitor was well attended despite the fact _a. "red "'II...,,"t..r isa.
Pine county
ask His blessing. Every relation- did Fred .. ... .. .
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II.
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terrible Intact
\ here'sCONCRETE ship of a Christian la a sacred relationship It; appealed to Dan Mahoney, who I that the weather was 'r-i a II ...awl Tin of 12 Tablet ..... "-
; washing dishes and caused It to be 'published. Therefore almost prohibitive, and we .. 1M .... ... he-. ea.ars..e ruse '
Hawthorne, succeeded In getting many signatures II IM.his_ NOW r
keeping a home as a home shouldbe he, as well as

again" kept, mending clothes and nursIng were made defendants in prooeed- to the petitions. No more. ...* .......,!...... fir ...
babies.. These things arc justas Ings instituted on Information by attentive and appreciative audience (ste"ytl..r..nwr4an + xi''

sacred as praying. I believe In the county solicitor. The Court's has ever congregated here be. k>.vBw) miHii. to*. IUlll'C
but decision Is considered as suggesting ..to k*m rem w,*... r Y
thrl1le4- a divine call to the ministry, fore.At
1
every position Is A. holy position I the need for further strengthening our meeting in Hampton on a.. 1 4 r.rleiHAROLD
noo-tUd eon- Practice Act 6th our speakers faced
Corrupt Sept.
the
when we fill that position for the of
crete twin,, into view. Nervous glory of God. I of 1915 which makes It unlawful packed house, even standing room c. WALLINRURANCE r

teaedoa generated by ordinary to use radio, among other things. being at a premium, and once.

f diMppew Convenatioa The'editor has often said, ThereIs I more the greatest Interest and enthusiasm STARKE. FLORIDA

"". nee. Everybody feels better a tendency to separate life Into Florida lost one of Its most colorful We would was be shown.glad to see more l
CIII true sad compartments. We have a compartment the death of Pat
in
even ccnaeta.Tb .. figures communities have these meetingsand l

__ h.pe' ..... fester .' of of.life.religion Jsus and Christ a compartment did Murphy last week known at Chattahoo-to aU who stand ready and willing to assist IF YOUR ?,
Pat was
chee. to
that we can
.
"other. ......... Motaris seat not so divide life. He came that an Inslfnlflcant partIn In any way
even
II qukkrjr retained.W ., men might have life and that they played Florida politics during the last that end if Tours we are very needed.truly, BREATH HIS Ct Jt.al BAYS Aspirin New ., Ltntitt Prltt In IlUtoryt

might have It more abundantly. ), century. He knew how
Caacrde: third of a W. H. OGDEN '
road.ars eels ...JaW"Itop He was always conscious of the :to get information and when to So tat to pat the safety sad quick' Remember too. that doctors ejection
1DOI>e s mers -. of His Father. The man other fellow Sr of GenuineBsyer Aspirin vise 1lor it DOES NOT HARM
the
let
presence and h m Shanghai
lea chance of has an abiding God-Consctous- keep silent Indelibly Buildings erected A SMELL YOUCAN'T within the reach of everyone the THE HEART. And that scientists
blow-oota. who wrote
Is do the talking. Pat China last year are estimated ta price you pay:has now been reduced. rate U among the fastest known safe
Visibility I.butter.Yens ar opr.Ste. '. ness. In all of his relatlonshops his name on the pages of FlorIda have cost over $fO.OOO.OOO.' Reduced so low that nobody needever relief for pain. (See illustrations ,'
.,rears eeenecaya living an abundant life. Political history, and he will again accept some other Pf1Pbelow..)
be missed greatly Aluminum Is gaining favor as a FEEL WELL station in place of the real BAYER ii

........ ...Teeealrr "I would like to be a Christian, In Norway ASPIRIN that you've asked for.
..... I said "but there Is too .S. material' for cans Wbw w r/ tee ..... .... ....,. 15o now for tins of 13:' tablets Why Bayer Aspirin n'
c-- someone BALE DEC. 1 is a..r o.r.-.. res eaNe.rr 25c for bottle of :24 tablet.
ON now
ridiculousis 1933 TAGS SCHEDULES: Works
much to give up. How BLUE BUS _.e ... .. ewe seA er/ ... NInd So Fait
"
4 ep.t..tt."1Ioay ....... such a statement. God I* no Dally effective Sept I, 1934 ....... w. e.e .. ..- .. IN.4t.b And the bin, family cite. 100

bboobrl. ttwnaa ....... IraTrialle cruel monster. God wants u* to TALLAHASSEEState Motor Northbound-4:18 a. m., 1:99: p. -.s.5..a-s.4...r t.r r bedl.a..d I.Iw..eeYwwarttttr et.ar r I' tablet bottle have. again been reduced 1Io. = t'

.ao..p.1 have all'we ought to have. Hedoesn't Vehicle Commissioner George H. m., 3:2f: p. m., 9:19: p. m. .. ....__..!lie......, prices are in now price.in affect These throughout new low .=..,..a. pr.r f''

-- '00 .._ ... .. .... _. ask us to give up anything Wilder last week announced Flor Southbound--2:18 a. m., 9:34 a. wu. .-. don.N.w. eM. W"-I.r. .. .eeur.Y,...-. her YIR, fhe United State.. to by '.. bat-!;1 e,

PQITLAND CIMINT ASSOCIATIONBld I except something that might hurt Ida'. 1935 automobile license tags m.; 12:19: p. m.. 6OO: p. m. tt- 9ItaII ...-.. a.l. .. _It '". "IM" 11 ,
Irv? ...' sale with ... .. It .w/.f ,...
...1..""A Ann** 0. : us or might hurt someone else If would be placed on Tickets and Information at a_ -I wr ---r: So-Alwaysj MJ "Bsjer" I.a':
Cw.L.etr..K.rele.d" S It. No one should wantto county tax collectors December 1. Smith's Service Station next to e-r. == WkcaYoaBoy "
.--.1 I I.sea. we keep that might Injure The tag plant at the etate prison .. ee er 1..5 ...... b f but ..tr S
keep something courthouse. 'ft6e __ r en.vwhr And remember when ask for IN MCOMBf S.Y ITO WATCN

"'- .........._..:.....-........... him or somebody else. We In Raiford is 10,000 turning Of out the dally 426,000 approximately ...e... seY ran... Issi Bayer Aspirin at lh se you new low A Omiln i.y.r Atpfrin TsbM surte

"CIfr."" _............. .......... give up brass and He gives us license plates which will be CROSS CHILDRENMAY .... ear de'U sir.... w ter l..I IIIoe e"........ prices If*unnecessary now\0 accept !. tfMiiUeraM Mt .. la _II.
gold. We give up cheap jewelry new HAVE WORMS are el.s't w S __a. _- r -- any other preparation in it* place. Whet H"C 'It' "... a- 4
cent store of the manufactured, Wilder said. __ 0eI r OIl err T'". Creeds Sonever ask for It the :: "-Gmerrwaspirln" '
the ten by name mV. :Itwn.re. t'
from maiiafcW4 I KhMTTCinUUUS .
f. ._ Ii. who eras lie .,
insure an ample WMh= UpUle ..
LillIe
world and He gives us diamondsand H. said this would ../- Ir eel win i..it. .. '-...1Y.er..r alone when you buy. bat H..... .. ...... e V.. Ma.ar rte, ,b,..
out of the supply of tags for aU agents ... __ Theo .y .h.... PM w -""dw.r zb"r ... ;: always say B-A-Y-&R Aspirin and T...... '>
'F.l.oftIDA I NEEDS 1 1l emeralds and pearls the tags are placed on sale. 1 Wbew c.V-'_ W -,... It ... =.r:...., ..... ... that you get it. l 1")s
when
We give up a lame hone 1 ... e.sa.blr ....... a. ... .. w eter/Y e..n.N. 'I!+ ;
sky. out and we ride The new tags are painted with .I..... .w'I th.h. ......... ),.... .,.... 0-- .. .r:= :
orf{ :
l and worn wagon ; ,
CONCRETE ROADS a heavenly black Utters on a back-ground: ot Yeetttttrtge s..wb J--.J... t-- : : ALWAYS lAY ,"BAYM; ASPMM" NOW wart YOU utr '
angel la a.Y.h. '
and
with Him DRUG BTOBB Iss+... OuK ,
chariots. grapefruit yellow. I ,. r ...., ....,. .. .... i aa' .
Jv >
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PAGE EIGHT /BltADrbltPCOCNTY' LEQRAPB. 8TABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER
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:Bradford County Telegraph BOTH VIEWS PRESENTED i--------------. S

Although the Telegraph reporter TOO. LATE t ODD---BUT TRUE JrH
took every precaution to secure
Established
1877
and record an accurate account
_.... .. .. .. _.. TO CLASSIFYBy
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1" tfo arrest of Mrs. T. M. Hodge 1

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Cla, ', .. 's,I Gainesville on September 8th, the RVdAKuMi KATe '

Matter at .the Post Office at Starke Florida tIf. Gainesville News thlnka the Tele. ..rtary, .Florid. *.,JPre.. A....
graph account ""of the occurrence
"- -
: L. Matthews_,__Editor and'OwneSUBSCmPTIONilATE ; ; was Incorrect In several particulars Well, I see 'Whif8' the mayor ol
and gives the following as the
North Miami is all broken out In
-- "
"absolute facts In the
case XtFf? -
.
a cold sweat by ,the discovery that ; AIsE1r
"The woman was not arrested 1
by 'two policemen.' he if the poor dumb people of this ? V& THE OMttfTWrt ANIMA\ .
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance 'arrested state are so simple aa, to vote "yes"thLs
'U'IIUI by Chief of Police f
Advertising Rates on ApplicationBy R. A. Betrga, and a wellI I to, question, jeltevln' their CAN liar
homes, ,of taxation his community
;
'-"T" known business man of the SNMWINSTINCT\
won't )have gravy enough left in
'city was with him and is a witness -
I'IJ' ( RED KERCE) to the whole occurrence. the municipal bowl to pay for haul. 1, W't \ \
r'i' j ii I' in' away the garbage.
''The woman waa not placed In
: All modern'homes are equipped with a first and second jail nor subjected to abuse Conslderln' the fact that taxes In
any
this state have doubled in the last
mortgage. t whatever; she was even unaccompanied -
ten It looks like the boy
;years
". 5,,(fTr! from the chiefs car t
O ought to be able,tp move the re-
to the Inside of the police station -
The' most shocking thing a man can do is to :, egin"charging" and was watched by the fuse nowadays/ !luja great big way -
; S1esa7llsit '' --
left to tails with.
heads
i play .l or
k automobiles. ?'onc' 1: 'chief: for fully an hour before a' seew_
,,
and still have- couple of dollar
I I''being arrested.
o I stayed awake nights worryln
"Upon being arrested the
y' around the bush has six feet beneath over the dismal outlook aa visioned -
Beating put many 'woman said she had a 'Boy or OcnO .4vt
.
by this troubled mayor. Then ;I t ptlHa .
the bushes !in the ground. Friend' up town and describedhim
got to scratcbtn"my head and fig-
", to the chief, who went out t
0- ured out ,that?with, times bein
and found Hodge and told him _
.
1 The weather 'la never perfect enough for a fishermannot of the arrest and Hodge referred "'' hard what put they to finance are,..,wlth even,, most a mesa of us of eulw't a 1 Mu0t4l ,

to lay his bad luck to it. to her as his 'Girl Friend.! grits or cow-peaa ,and. then lickln I l y r tAMp
No mention was made of her
o the platter clean there really could
after he
being his wife until
not be much garbage to haul off..
Nothing will put gray hairs in a person's head quicker talked to her at the police sta So I quit tossln', on my couch .

than finding a gray one there. tion."Gainesville's streets are not and decided that if worst came to ir I (4 .
,
worst I could dig a hole and bury
0 for decent womento
dangerous
_
my trash if that was all that was _
Sooner or later Huey' Long's "reign" in Louisiana is got walk at night as the Bradford standln in the way of relievin' a S.ra
County Telegraph evi-
I Ing to turn out'to be a cloudburst dently tries to lead the publicto home from taxation. .. '
Then they tell us that if the
8 0 believe, but on the other
homestead exemption amendment

Looks now as though the professional .tennis players are best hand policed Gainesville cities Is In one the of coun-the is ratified we won't have any mon SarUar i..

!b ey to keep our schools going. They;
not the only ones receiving net profits try and the credit for it goes ew
}w o to Chief Berga who put. In claim we'll have to have a couple rM tHCSUW, l>im 0\.tft. MAM* A Goop .
of extra sessions of the legislature a
I i long hours personally patrol-: %U"'MG' .u11NC 'UL %UNCtt' It.'i '
MMIS 'OCKfe NUtttT %4\.
And when a dog is found biting a flea that will'be" i another line- the city- to find the deficit ways and means of making A REMCVf fO..MMUOO N\.Mtk"\ .KFaiL' .

good feature story worth the space. "As to the woman's death, up "'
But I was messln', ; ,,around up in
of co irse we are sorry of that
o .M Tallahassee during the'last session
"' but the owners of The News and! .these same "We'll have to Brown Confers With I would be ,ready. for occupation THREE SEWING ROOMS: OPEY
;'' Did you ever notice that people who keep their'noses in feel positive that It was not lave" boys were jumpln'out at us Local FERA Officials( within the next three weeks IN COUNTY THIS WEEK

the air are always bumping into.a fortune? > i ", hastened or caused by any act; from behind! pillars,and out of dark Anyone who Is Interested in the MRS. T. C. BARTON REPORTS
of any member of the local camps and the work that Is to be -
"We'll Miami
o- corners yelling have to have
J. C. Brown : former .
a
and to done them Is Invitedto
police department as by cordially Three sewing rooms got under
Ma and we'll have to have that or
And if and cost cent each lot of Eng- suit believe It resident of Starke, who has beenon visit either both of the
tit periods commas a a the damage we the; schools can't run" and that was or camp way in the county Monday. Oct. 1,
a tour of the state in the interest
lish authorities would find less use for them. will fall as flat as the proverbial before the homestead exemption of the screw worm infestation directors and they will be shown sponsored by the FERA under! the
pan cake when the sunlight was being considered. around and everything thoroughly direction of Mrs.' T. C. Barton, BOo
0 is turned on It." work which Is being carriedon explained. One interesting feature clal service director.

/i Your estimation of human worth to the world goes a long In comparing the "absolutetacts" Then you k"ow we been hearing"We'll ) by the F.. E. R. ,A.,) was k vial- i the visitors will find Is the The rooms were opened In Hamp

towards making whatever intend to be as set forth by the News have to have special ses tor here Friday conferring with lo manner in which the camps are ton, Brooker and Lawtey. Women
way you you
slon of the legislature" ever since cal F. E. R. A. officials with regard
of the
with the Telegraph account constructed; they can be taken who are employed from the preyeat
t o occurrence there does not appearto the last one folded up, but I still to the work being done In this apart piece by piece and moved at relief rolls are busy making

Suggested'"initials for Washington code authorities for be a great difference. Our\ account see kids marchin off to school county.Mr. any. time. over clothes, sewing on buttons
woman arrested with books under their arms and Brown has covered sixty- This will another numberof and
fylff'' the world's sweetest words HYC Here's Check. said the ;was mean making ready other necessities
: your six of
the
behind their and if sixty-seven counties in
by two policemen. The News pencils ears men who will be on regular visIts for the needy families in the county -
o there: baa been a special session of the state and reports that infestation
says she was arrested by one po- to our city and the government's fcff the winter months.
i We can't say 'about the honor, but we do know there's liceman accompanied by another the legislature it was pulled off was found in forty-two of picking a site in Bradford Countywill .

more exercise in collecting a debt than in paying one. not man.say The that Telegraph she was placed account In did the heard so quick about and it.. quiet that nobody treme these counties southern and portion that of in Florida the ex be. appreciated. by residents.Hodge's %v. C. T. U. MEETS FKID,VV

4' o did the infestation is slight, but In the The next meeting of the W, C.
jail nor it even hint that she was If taxes in this state were equitably Suit Against
Love can easily be crushed over night, asserts authority. subjected to any abuse whatever assessed and everybody big central and northern portions. the Gainesville Dismissed T. U. committee will be held this

Better than can do to the bride's biscuits. It did say that it was alleged that and little' was carryin' his shan Infestation ia increasing. Mr. ; Friday afternoon, Oct. Oth at 4:00:
f average
you Brown states that in
some' countiesIn Now Defendant o'clock with
the shock of the arrest caused her of the load this idea of exemptln Berga Mrs O. E. Stansbury.
o death. This allegation will probably .. homesteads would'hever have been the Infested area the livestock Friends of temperance are Invited .

From the trouble that some of the people cause who have be part of the bill of particulars ( thought of because nobody would owners are organizing: and asking The article concerning to attend these meetings.

l' the letters ESQ after their names one is led to believe it In the suit brought by the husband have been payin"'f Excessive taxes their congressman end other au- the suit 'tiled by T. M. Hodge .
thorities to assist in Aa
of the woman. but> with about twenty per cent of: securing'aidor against the city of Gainesville and early as 1824 a colony of
means Eat,_Sleep, and Quarrel. We think no part of the Tele- the folks, and those the least able ( them in combatting the Infestation R. A.,Berga as chief of police and negroes managed by "Free Joe"

o I graph's account of the arrest of to do |It, carryln' oyer half the tax among their livestock.. I individually, clipped from the enjoyed complete freedom only

Generally when a man becomes too old to turn his head Mrs. Hodge' could reasonably and load somethln' just had to be done Mr. Brown attended the t State Gainesville Dally Sun in its Oct. :2 twelve'miles from the Memphis
I fairly' be construed as an effort on about 4t.tThe Dairymen's Convention in Ocala Issue will be read with interest by slave market
'
in order to'get a better view of a fair lady there is so much our part to create the Impression little home owner 'has been last week. at which time tile following the many Telegraph subscribers in .

dirt on each side of it that he can't. hat "Gainesville's streets are dangerous wonryln and fretUn all his life resolution was passed! :by,. this and otHer counties. A surveyor the Modoc lava beds

-0 for decent women to,walk trying to figure where the money the Association: The Sun's report follows: national monument In northern

t" at night;. In fact, our Informal was comln' from to pay his taxes. 'WHEREAS:,, The Live Stock industry "The' damage suit recently filed California disclosed than 224
We don't'deny the fact 'that rumors have spoiled many a ,lon was that Mrs. Hodge was not Now be .Is to have the opportunityto of this and neighboring by 'T,' M. Hodge, of Brooker, more

friendship but we1 do know that Hollywood marriages have on tho street at all but was sittingIn get out from under .and let States has been Imperiled by the I against the City of Gainesville and caves measuring from ten to 100

put the divorce lawyer game on its feet. her'car.. The account said she the state, county. and city officials jest, commonly known as the R. A. Berga, as chief of police and feet In diameter

remained at the car," try tearln' their hair and bitin' Screw Worm and Whereas,I it Is Individually was dismissed yester I" C'liicrrr ( .
4'or'BT nit 1111'nltlCol''s'rY
o 1 We are very glad to give spaceto their nails for a while., When they known that infestation has, been day as to the city, leaving BergaIn KI.OIIIDA. l\ ll\\-

k Next summer's bathing suits it (is said, will ,be large the News' ,version of the occur-. find that they can't get it all from found in fQrty counties of:' this his official and private capacity M.. A.('(0111 Hmlth r. m Liquidator for Trail-.

enough that the girl's won't have to wrap a towel around I rence. the small home oWner any longer, 'state, therefore, an emergency has as the sole defendant. ford County Hunk, a cnrpornlIon,
Ip they'll probably find a way to arisen which demands immediate H. H. McDonald, attorney for Plaintiff
themselves when entering or coming out of the surf. ___.__ v". CASK NO) 891
iJ : th f Ik h Hodge, filed the dismissal in the -
out lot of e o a w e relief.
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK amuse Ofc John W. .
r.nvln t al. n f liintORItKIl
n<
a+ : :...______ __ __ __ _" form of No ,
0 have been enjoyln' all the benefits THEREFORE BE IT KESOLV-: a praecipe. reason for OK PI Hf.IATI"
""i Between October 7 and 13 a Fire add privileges anq'escapln' taxation ED those this meet- the,action was given. The State of Florida:
Trade with home merchants as you would pick fruit : By attending To E. Braun, tingle, Frank 8. Hoi-
Prevention Week wilt be observed all these years. ng'that there be formed in each >"City Attorney Fred D., Bryant, ton and Isabella K. Hoiinnn. his
;
s)1' \ from your own orchard. Don't pick from the neighboringtowns again. The week, which has become We don't'need any new sources county In the State'a County Live acting under. Instructions of the I.wife, unknown, the residence: Of, each of whom

before returning there to use their products. a national, custom will be : of revenue. We got plenty of 'em Stock Association for the purposeof city commission, had filed an ap- Take Notlf. that the plaintiff hat

o formally initiated by proclama- already, so many that' if we were providing an organization, of interested pearance earlier yesterday for above filed bin entitled bill of cause complaint against In John the"

Uons' by the President governorsof to really enforce. the tax laws and citizens to take the inlative !- both the city and Berga. He gave W. Lewln and hi* wife Kiln Lewis,
J The life of the average popular song Is estimated tobe states, mayors of cities and other make everybody pay who should in disseminating information no indication that he intended to G Frank. B. ColMon 8.. Hodiion B. Braun elngle. l and K.
and Inabella
three months says an authority. Mighty long life for any prominent persons in public and ay.we could exempt all the homesteads and formulating plans for the withdraw from the case In the Hod..on tile wife, defendant, w.k'nit .

}'ri thing which at birth is sounder nourished, we'd say. private. life.During and never miss their c'ontrt- conduct of Screw. Worm control light of the later developments."No a'> flret the lien foreclosure prior and of superior a mortgage In the ae

the week exery citizen ution.j> work in each county. declaration setting forth claim of_ you and each of you
4 i i i i. O will have a splendid opportunity to BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED; charges has been filed by McDonald In and to the following premium In

,Authorities say that one can think better while things learn the fundamentals of fire prevention That each organization in their respective .' The rules. of the'court allow Bradford SBVt of County&! Florida 8&Vi, tnt; &\V'i

Which means who while and control. 'Through Counties address a; communication him until November 5 to do this. and 8WVi nf \1'4:' all In *-f !J.
are quiet., ] that a man keeps quiet s.. It JO K.
" speeches, newspaper and magazine to his Excellency Gov. ''The only on file*in the T"il"I:
papers l Ordered that Mid each of
,, his wife,rages lives to read that statement a second time. articles 'exhibits and other II From Other PensTHE I ernor Sholtz, to Hon. Doncan V ease thus far are the praecipe for 'you are hereby required you to appear" "

4 oWe means, an intensive effort will be Fletcher. Hon. Park Trammel, ando summons, a short formal paper eau.to Meld.. on bill Monday of complaint November In Mild B'l"

gather from a news item that an oyster was seen made to enlist .the citizen's inter- each of tie five. Congressmen not attempting to set up the facts 1V.14>> otherwl the bill of compliant
est. He can blame no one but COUNTRY EDITORHe from their:State .reqoesting themto involved; the appearance Bry- will. be taken an. cnnreimed by you.-
It In further thin notice
mouse. ordered that
. catching a Which information continues to keep "tall himself if he falls to learn. runs a weekly paper. in good old. personally appeal to the. Pre.- ant, and the. dismissal as to the he published one each week for

: fish stories" in the.. family circle, considering the,oysters' re- Fire prevention. is a civic duty 1 Snoszletown;, : Ident for aa': emergency' fund to city. 4 con.euutlre. Telegraph week,, a In newspaper BradfordCounty

lation to a fish, which every citizen owes to himself 'Knows. every human being for a fight the ravages of the Screw "The praecipe sets the top limit published1 In Raid. county. WltneM
and to every other person.. We .i hundred miles around. Worm' pest In this State. of "damages to be. asked for at aid my hand Court and the Btarke.official'. Bradford seal of

o all pay for fire-we pay for It In He sets histype.'writes .hi, ,ads, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: $110,000"Escalators County Florida at. ,, this Srd day of October

d They say man was made from the dust of the earth.'Per- lost .business, destroyed 'Jobs.. kicks his.own,,Job press.'. That our Congressmen and Sena-' 1934 A..,J. 'r

?/ haps this solves the problem of why a politician has such a higher taxes. and insurance rates. .When Friday rolls. : around his papers tore be requested to Introduce ,a' at the Holbora tube An ::1Z'iOo"'t'.cUIt: :; Court
On the average, each family con- he'll bill in Congress at Its next ses- Bradford' County Florida.
,hard time getting the mud off of his hands which is slung in address.He's ; In London, England, travel at a KNIGHT A KNIGHT
rlbutes $..00 a year as a tributeto slon to appropriate sufficient of Attorney for Plaintiff.'
' speed 180 feet an hour. 'I j
a political campaign. Moloch-dollars which are destroyed editor office'boy; everything. funds to control or eradicate. Screw 10tStllINOTICE

o as surely a* if we tossed (rolled ia one; : Worms from this and other. .effected -
hem Into a stove. Worse,' three States., '
He sleeps six hours every night.
When a typewriter is invented that will exclaim "You'rereaching ,
people-two adults and a child out and works from sun to sun I _

the stopping place," before you have started. on
word four feet long and have it about half written inventorswill sacrificed to, the ,pagan god-b he Jots the item .down I. thereof a. Will b._.c.ry tit pay the amount tlu. for t...... herein, set
cause we are. Ignorant and careless .Camps Being 'Erected: o"po.lt. to the m.. tot.thee with coat. 'of cuoh" .al. and cdvertieln., .
The next time Jon. comes In he will b. sold
have .t public auction on the ,1034, at
Via, accomplished something. when It comes to fire. 1 brings a ham,around.He I.I.I On Sunshine tin k e Stark., the County ef Bradford.. Itb .day of .Ho".mber"

0 In the past It baa often been the DIt5CHIPT'Ole" .
... .
R A_ Tars
mobile 01lVorr.R:/
c; '* Hair styles are going back to the "gay nineties" this fall experience: that fire losses dropped never crack a ;Joke but, what The new camps N''nt NW'4 egg' mr 0" ,
during' the week and' for a It's new and bright are now under construction OB' NAi4 Wi4 '-_11,111, 'I' JIJ.t..BI.-.,.. -"n8J?! ;
of ._ _
NICI4 NW .__
the American Cosmetician Association What we'd I I. II 40 P8. Calkins __
really '
says. short, period thereafter, only to You can stand hint on his head and Sunshine Lake, about.three, miles S14AOZN f 88" A. "

like to know is where hats are going.. They've already been rise again: as the public generallyorgoti : ,I' ,. yet he'll write and write.. west of,Brooker OB the China Tung I of A 8F.U In ftrf belnsyd.Cor"of SWH. N ,...I....'. ,

,back to the "gay .nineties,". back to Empress Eugenie and I the Information gleaned. And when he's short a dollar he'll Oil property, and will be under direction 8 by S8e rim K: t Wi4 a SS SO Blvo A-Sternbers' 1114
This we should look forward or Bliss director Com on Call 8t at flW C.r
year' < step tout en the street.' Carl W. of land .
(4( back to ancient Rome. owned by MM.
to the week and devote a llttlo Ton, to one he'll'.get the "buck" of. Camp .No., 8, and, D. F,''Cros- 8. M. Wells. run N nit ')
0 time> during it to .really learning from the first.guy he'll meet.. land, director of Camp No;.. fete land of .A. U Al- e .

The Nassau County Leader puts it this way; "Never the fundamentals of fire preventionthen 'The camps : are about ,three- Alvar..hland 'W[ileac' "
remember and practice: them Sometimes a city PaPer give him fourthly complete according to Information thence M lit ft to Call ,\ ;, r r.l
again," says the automobile driver in a repentant frame of ' In, the rutu.-W.ucbula Herald. a little poke.:. received from official It 1 ft to bee. In NWli-of,
!b mind, after some error of judgment almost landed him in a 'i _O i i Watch his paperTaext' .sue and of the camps, who ,were.In town BWVi," In Stark.-.I: ; $ ,0, SS '_' ..W.,M,. 'Iftlward\ __ 43'M

smash. "Just once more," he says the next day, as he makes? In the good: old days a candidate see him tare the Joke. Wednesday on business.and ''gaveout Com d.non at NW lan Cur A of Hogan Ran. '" .'., ::.. '. ." .
used to drive"over the country All you city scribes .who slave la some of their Intended ideas ofthe Alley run N on, ald -r.;:.. ,
the same error in a similar tight place. with horse and dlstrlbutng swivel tn.t'o.. ft. W Se n. 8 ft* t
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buggy chairse further plans of the camps ; Hogan Alley. ,. ../ .. .
'literature Now he flies ova You'll never live as happy aa he In stating. however they were unableto taI."e. B tit .... In "

M} And.now Ripley tells us that Homer, the ancient author, a farm and scatters it all over the .a million years.-A very Powell. say anything definite yetbut One IIlark.! lot _Com-..OJt SO_ft_.VSf!s I SS Dr. E, U Bll.. Mil

andscape.-Times-Union. -- .----- that they will give a detailed storyto NW Cor of Banderaon
died of'chagrin because he couldn't 8olve'a riddle.' Evidently .... Jane A Hope Alley A'
o No one knows the life span of Suoyster. us,wtthba the next two weeks. Run N 117 ft. W (T
the old boy was a single man .or he'd have died trying to The weeks best:-A bachelor Is .-Newspaper filler.' If that's Each of the camps will accpmodat !* ft WIIhsats44et

*! solve this "two can live as cheaply as one" riddle that .the a man who never maker the same something to worry about well let 140 men it was said, when ID.,Oft Iiogan said Alley Alley i4e",It"n.W.., 4

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