Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50: Six Months\ 75c-Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews. Editor and Owner

tI1fE p'gp'lY SLY ---_ _. __. STAMPS. FLORIDA FnID_ Y.. OCTOBER !t, 1931 _. .._. < ,_ .< __. _NUMBER, <.' _1FORTY_ -NiN6_ ';

aylight Starkeuinty t Negro Monday Gets For"h Criminal o t-S eat"' Bradford Co u nty Woodard Displays Tornadoes DownHastings Registration Will Close Saturday Books I H. V Saxon() Will v

Assault on White Woman First StrawberryOf .Wall 'Warns Voters .

Title Feels Assured Of Se sonllere, 12-0 Fill Vacancy Made
Loop Walter, "Doc" Williams, negro, -- \ Saturday Is the last day for reg- r
was executed at the State Prison Th. first strawberry of 'the Istr.tloQ&Dd payment of poll taxes

Farm Monday for the criminal asSault 1934-33 season was (di displayed in order to vote in the general j''

Ties Called Off upon a white woman In Dade, Marketing CenterMarketing In the 'Telegraph;oho\| window For First Victory election November 6, Harold C. By Hinson's Death

County. Friday morning walla the Wall, county supervisor of registration -

Asked by Sheriff D. C. Goleraan; -, whole force guarded! It, and warned voters this week. I '

Decide-Final Playing of Dade County, who In compliance Warehouse To Open wondered how many( days It TornAdoes Win First Game After The registration books have I Board Reorganized,. I.. Conner }4'

IUt? To Given For with state law, threw the 'Aubrey Frink Will Manage will be until they will begin to Three Defeat*-Will. Meet !St.! '' I been open In the seven districts Secretary Pro Tern I..* Duly '

Site Reasons switch that sent the death current -Committee FormedAt come In, in quantities'sufficient Augustine; Tonight slpce\ September T, and are now kt Elected' to Fill Vacancy +
flowing through William's body, If to apply cream and sugar the hands of the various managers -

-SCHNELL he was guilty replied: "I only ask a meeting of leading business D. D. Woodard, 'Who> lives I!' Shaking off a jinx that had followed to remain there until Saturday The Board of County Commla

(sy, LESTER the Lord to have mercy on my men of Starke last Monday, bout a mile .&4t'' of town them for the first three The following deputies are sloners of Bradford County'met' at

final,, and deciding game of soul." with Mr. S. W. Hiatt Marketing brought in the nice ripe berry, games of the season the B. H. 8. In charge of registration: G. W 10:00: a. m. October 1, 1934, with

.North Florida County League Williams was convicted In Dade Specialist of Fruits and Vegetables which was full grown and 'Well Tornadoes crossed the Hastings Roberts, Lawtey; Paul E. Canova, the following members present: L. i

f lei bas been definitely i cancell- County's skyscraper court house. It was definitely decided to matured Mr. Woodard. says goal line twice to score a 12-O victory North Starke) J. W. Morgan, L. Connor, Chairman Pro Ten; J.

Each team having won three He was sentenced twice, the first open up a centralized marketing that he has about one: and a over them here Friday In the South Starke; C. B.,Roberts, Graham -M. Rosier, Mallory Thomas, and O.

the final tut was expectedbe pronouncement being declared Illegal warehouse November 1. The Idea fourth acres of the plants that hardest fought game yet this sea : J.,P.' Dickinson, Theressa} J. W. 'Andrew.

mes uved off at Jacksonvilleirever because of a technicality' of this marketing center Is to provide are partly loaded wtth young V. Jones, Hampton; M. L Johns, The minutes of last regular ,

day. } ,- word was pass- He entered the death chamber a market for anything pro Crult and full of blo toJDII. He son.The Tornadoes defense work, New River, and Q. B. Colson, meeting September'3rd, were road"

that Durkee Field Is closed for shortly after 10:00: a. m. and was duced on the farms of Bradford expects to have a booster crop which'' was beautifully displayed,' Brooker,' and adopted.

wason!! .and Is no longer avail pronounced dead a few moments County. from the acreage At ,this' rate let the visitors threaten only once Those not exempt from paymentof Mr. H. V. ,,Saxon, from the

here Is no other park In later.Industries. f" L. M. Gray has kindly authorizedthe 1 growers of the county will soon for:. touchdown., That took place poll taxes are required to hold Fourth County Commissioner

city where gate admission can .- ------.-------. s,.. use of hIs large metal warehouse begin shipping strawberries.,, when- they reached the Tornadoesfifteen receipts for the preceding two District having been appointed to

collected, and ,the}local team Is ) near the S..A. L. Ry depot. f I yard line. The first touchdown year. In order to vote, SupervisorWall fill the unexpired term left vacant '

able to offer 'a".satisfactoryLtee To 1 The business men of Starke by'the locals was.made In said.Payment. by the death of O. W. Hlnson. ,

for its game here. As have undertaken! to underwritethis the second quarter when, after a of poll taxes must be presented his Commission duly executed

result both teams have agreed venture, with the idea that If Lawtev Recreation series of end plays failed, made by made to C. A Knight, county tax by the Governor and the i(

be content to call the season's Be: Classified market can be found for products Mitch and Merril Edwards a successful collector, at his office in the court Secretary of State of the State of t

'M an official l tle';; Although from the farms of Bradford.Coun. line\ plunge by Francis Cot house., ....: Florida and took his seat with the i

,'majority of the- fans would ty, it will mean a more prosper. Project AdvancesJoe ton finally gave the ball to Merril T I Board.
bly like,to see a winner de- our section. Edwards who succeeded In takingIt L. L. Connor, Chairman Pro Tern '

t and the rag handed out With Bradford County Is Fifty-First As Attending this meeting with Mr. ;, over the Hastings goal line. The AdvancementShown t then announced that a reorganisa.

Ion ,It is Impossible to go An Industrial Center Out of Hiatt of the State Marketing Bu- -'8. Of extra point was,not made. A for tlon of the Board was in order Inasmuch ,
B. H.
rough with the game. The Florida's 67 Counties reau, were Messrs. J:. M. Mitchell, '34 And FormerTornado Star''Heads ty-two yard pass gain from Mitch .. there was at the time N

t ruling should be perfectly pres-I Druggist; F.red.. Stump, Postmaster I Edwards In the third'quarter resulted On ProjectsRecreation no Chairman; L L. Connor was ,

both teams.. The Early next year Bradford Coun- and merchant; Lorenzo Green R"'I'faUonProJed:...--.r.; in the Mcon dtouchdown for nominated and duly elected Chairman f

sraandlna from the loop,, after i ty, along with the rest of Florida, Dairyman; A.' J. Thomas, Clerk of second the i the Tornadoes. As the ball was for the'balance of the tent r'

second half schedule was more Court; Harold C, Wall, Insurance; The week''of FERArecrea'Uon' :grounded, a line plunge was made, Intended for,, which-the Board was elected. '
I Industrial
will have its first Direc- For
0 half completed; and the fact and Hon., R. A..Green, Congressman project"1.' BOW being ,by Edwards, who gained' six\ : yards, Program J. M. Rosier was elected Chairman pf

at t several of the latter games I IIe tory, according to an announce* ; as well as Aubrey Frink who completed at Lawtey Junior High giving them''their second: score of Various Much Amusement. Making I.Pro Tempers for the'same term.

rained out threw the lIerleliUcally ment made; public this week by will have charge of the market School. Considerable progress has the game which was never broken ProgressThe Upon motion duly made'and

a month behind ached- William L. Wilson, of Jacksonville, when opened.Tourist. who 'by the vlaltors.r carried-W. W, CoUman's name
AI a result,' the series wa 'the -.--- I been reported by Joe Shuford I The locals will meet the St. Augustine Recreational program', sponsored was taken from the' pauper roll
of Florida
Is chairman
ad after the close of baseball who Is acting as the athletic and ,recreational plgsklnners on their. field by the-Federal Government,, effective November :tit,.
And State Chamber' of Commerce, Industrial conch having started some four weeks Bids for the supply ot'' wood to "j
a around these parts. t Traffic director and, ,. In tonight In, their second night '
In Bradford County, has
with no park available where Committee.The the school. game. It is expected that a large ago the County Court House and Jail

a 1 game can be played to pay' directory, according to Mr. I In Coach Shuford, t1 a, choo1 baa crowd of fans will follow the boysover decided advancement and.Improvements were, opened and the following' bid t
In the week. At the
''detent dividends, the only log- Wilson, will contain the listing of Is very capable young director :He past were read: J. L,. Harvey bid $3.45
IncreasingStarke the schools have been
1 ruling Is to call It a tie and will be remembered by-many as a i i Sj" i ii i Inception per cord; Lewis Clemmons $3.50
e hostilities for the 1934 North 4,236 Industries and will be under student at Bradford ,High Schoolfor used as' a logical approach carry pet cord;, E, E. Lee $" .n; WWIaDYalJ.1Ih

orldll County League baseball about S50 Industrial clas iflcatlone. t three'years graduating in the Reviews out the tvogrnm. Trie1' school M. Gllsson $5.00; all ft
words Florida has at this Redkey have shown much interest w
In[ other Is Realizing Some Tourist Class of 1934. Aside from beinga pupil. so eighteen Inch wood
n time 4,236 Industrial plants. Each Trade In Various Ways, good student, Bhufor4.want a star and desire fo'( such reef.* three strands to the cord delivered.' .1 1;'

of the listings will be pertinent Hotel Owners Report end for' two seasons on the Tornado ,tlon that is offered,.that the program ; and racked In the1' County Jail }t''e

facts' concerning: the Industry, capital football teamcaptain'> of the Screw .Worm Pest has proved to be not only' wood shed I the'' Board decided, to'

iguresShow stock,capacityj>f oiks,plant, The early arrival tourists to 1934'biiaketball teaftt tn hla senior : a success buLLaa: matter of. necessity award the contract to E.- B., Lee,

; etc*.*... Information! relative ,to' the the,, state: is.steadilyIncreasing yearand a fine allarajajd.athlete..' 1C la expanding'considerab!' for,five cords; and WlllApyal for ,
sixty-seven counties of the state, .' msmslfl'ToCitoe-Htt-: llensaeateM.nipeat. ly,. .... A. 4.t$ .*, t. L. ; .,,. :: :1"" ::1\", *:;;.w
eWryday" 17Cme"thrbuYR s'Carkeshows. Ke'w. also" < > a.dauw .11t ..."",nr.info, ,j,j s. :: : !" "
an" and also' aJdrmuTHcTpTUrcle'S) 'wni inasmuch as the program In I i Intended FrKfe; dllus..t"i rpiti''
a tslII'f Y organization and la netexl for Camps Here Monday To Make \ r
x, .tJ be, presented Wilson''..expressed --. .., A close, check" of- -automobiles his clean L character, which' willserve I Investigation,of, Cattle for the business men and ject for beautifying the, ''Court ,

,_ the belief that the directory will passing through or stopping as a*good example for..hia working class as well as the youth, !J UII.''Ground.' und.t'the J1'.''m.". R

exeor'Walnwalght be found of great value to many for the night show that, several pupils. Coach Shuford la well Henry Redkey,' Southea.terddi-! the next step planned is the organization An program, same was laid over
'Tax ,
(ijniwi Released By Ase eraons. school and his < of a diamond ball until next regular meeting' ID'November
Saving hundred have visited, here' :that liked by the Lawtey : rector of transient Scamps, was .
.Hlllsborough County with five I fine'personality. and disposition league for the'rown ups who wish .
Passed bear ou't-of-state license plates.A here to Investigate a complaint
Event Amendment Monday
listings Funds for the
hundred and thirty-one influential to participated
should prove to' be H. C: Wall .requested the Board
,-M. n.r. number of hotels and cafes reveals had been made local be raised
will have the greatest ; check his work. that by I necessary equipment must to rescind their action of a previous ,.
In the various districts'of Bradord Duval coming next with 354 Fl- that quite'a bit of tourist The aim of the project,Is worthy cattle owners In this county thatcattle' : however, and most of the bus meeting in which the Board J

County taxpayers will profit nellas third with 268; Orange trade is being received in this city. ., ',Its chief object is to promote that are being kept In the I Bees. men have consented to cooperate Instructed the Clerk to make ',an

o a certain extent In event of the fourth with 256 ud Dade fifth All possibilities are ,In view for the 'Interest of the young local ranges. are Infested with the I and 'donate a small amount equal division of th' County' Insurance

age of the Homestead Exemp- with 243.Bradford. one of the greatest tourist seasons people of' the'' school in, all forms screw worms, and that 'It will toward the ,creation of the diamond between the two licensed a

on Amendment. However they County comes as the yet far the Sunshine State.A healthful and beneficial recreation; cause the spread .of the 'pest fur- ball league. agencies in the County. By unanimous

II not be clear of ad valorem fifty-first county In the listing check of representative hotels Wholesome games of all sorts- ther. Quite a few cases of screw The town tennis court has been action the Board rescinded IE

II altogether on their proper. with a total of twenty Industries. and leading rental agencies In which serve to. purify mind and worm Infestation among the livestock Improved considerably and is now their former action and decided to,4,

lea as figures show that were Although this county is low in the Daytona Beach shows that the body-will be carried out, and will has already been discovered. in'playing'' condition; the net will dispose of the insurance as sameis

omplled by County,Tax Assessor listing there are 16 other countiesIn early October arrivals of touriststo be accessible to all. And with the Redkey, according to O. C. Register be furnished in the next day or to be' renewed.

I. D. Wainwright this week. the state listed under It. that tourist resort city Is far''Interest and cooperation of the ,. director of FERA work In two, and the public as a whole is 'were

Mr. Wainwright In releasing the The. Record Company, St.. ,Au greater than ever before with :school with their capable director, this county assured those concerned Invited to make use of the court. ,The following persons'.roll with
gores concerning the amendment gustine, will print the directories hundreds of reservations being I the destiny of a worthy project that every step will be taken At the schools the ,children are placed on allowances pauper as follow:' "

Id that while a great saving will and distribute them. They are to made for a later date In the present should be guided toward success. to rid the cattle of the screw taking active part In the various monthly Brooker $2.30 Bob
of ;
.realized from the passage of thedment ,be In.one volume form 'it was stat month arid early 'November. worm'peat'and help keep further activities offered and now consider Bill Fowler New River.. $2.30; 'Mrs.-'
Mathews j
that taxpayers willt "Florida and her resort ..citieswill NEXT S. R. P. A. MEETThe spread of the Infestation down. these activities an Indispenslble
about hundred headof E. J. Lewis, $3.00; J.'P. Potts was
There five
cer- the longest and are of their school curricula. .
to a of
t be free of taxes only *> enjoy one part for
I meeting of theSuwannee cattle In this county that are raised to $3.00 per month, one
Ia extent, and then the savingU most successful tourist seasons next regular Professor L. A. Gray, principalof
only be a reduction of theresent Gross Postal Receipts this year and will play host to a River Press Association. being cared for by the transient Bradford County High School, month only; Mrsi: Nancy Green }

tax rate Show Ten Per Cent Gain, record breaking crowd of tourists will be held In Lake City, Oct. 19, camps In the Sunshine Lake district la showing unusual interest and was allowed $3.89 from the C.relief C.

wish to evade the rigors of as guest' of C. C. Codrlngton, publisher cooperation In the activities of the fund for one month only
Present Uxesbased on a $100 Stump Says who ,. removed from pauper a
that Postmaster the long expected!: and hard winterIn of the Reporter of that city.A ---s Recreational Program. He has arranged Johns was '
uation, with the saving Florida publicity directors dutch supper will be served at There were 28 lynching In 1933as a special schedule of'recess roll effective as .November 1st. ;,
1\\ be realized by the amend- Gross postal receipts for the the north assert. the Blanche Hotel. compared with only ten In 1932. periods convenient for making About thirty persons applied for 1
nt's adoption to the State conItItution nine months of this year as direct relief assistance, stating'
first the a success
are as follows: Hampton with the same period of program that they had been allowed various .
compared I It .is the intention of the spongy.ors
present taxes on $100 Is $6.26: will last, show an increase of sllght-II. Of Days Gone By : I and supervisors of the Recreational amounts by the F. E. R. A. for
nmaln It'"amendment'Ie passed Uy ten per cent over the previous [Reminiscences, Program to furnish'activities some time but had now been turned -

tt.80, a reduction of.$3.46; Starke year's business. According to figures In such a variety that they off a* there was nothing further -
present $6.66 on 9100 while $2.70 this week by Postmaster I I to be allowed by the said Government
released -
der Spanish'rule.Just win entertain and satisfy everyone
wild remain, a-saving of $3.96; '' Sometime ago the .Telegraph business.'Adjoining'. Agency, most of these applicants ,
F. F. Stump. In other words,
: the the
Mri Geiger on the over westerncorpora In county.
Uwt would re.mama the celebration held at the the County
present$7.26, for chronicled were on
y The gross postal receipts at that tion line of Starke State Road Not! there wilt be activities offered! In never
north probably..even
occasion were
13.30 a saving 'of $3.96; of 1933 were; New River church, the Pauper Roll and most of them
months that
nine 28 runs across a wide clearing. It only to the extent
first of.Mr Truluck. the county
of Its time the holdings *
looker ; would re- anniversary work If
receipts 100th
$7.66. postal the a willingness
present being expressed
while the gross! settled Mr. Andreu In 'Interest of the people demand
I$4,916.23 I ,. Alligatorereek was by one the
brain 3.70, a. saving of $3.96; Un- the same period of time I organization. It was thought that He put a dam across enact '" employment could be gotten' thru ;'y
for mill for grindingcorn the dim past and his descendants theme' .
Iwxied $6.16. In that neighborhood and bunt a ? other agcneta, r
R. A. ,
districts present were: $3,418.43, the settlement and other the F. E. or ;
still Club
for this year service until the Mr. Ira Andreu The Woman':
Could of ten oldest In the county. and It did unable to take
saving the Board
remain $2.20, slightly a was The being ,
$502.20 of It and lives there. have cooperated
of owns a part local organisations
gain Civil war.
end of the
settlement -
H-W $5.66 But the oldest burden.on the Countyat
present periodof added
: Theressa over the same Perhaps so. been In out the this
cent gain the section lines Portions of this land have considerably. carrying
*uld remain '$2.20 a saving' of per In the county of which the During 1831 this time laid the matter over is
? 1933. make mile apart, were also run In under constant cultivation for over program' .
M.46. The the above field notes one and later considera :
figures on S.
U. survey
two miles the' townships mentioned, and If ,a hundred, years, which: shows that lion.i
niuatlon School about
are the Special PROGRESSES ON mention, was there U "wear out" to the soil
6atricta of this county.' WORK LOCAL FERA AIRPORT southwest of Starke, on land now" the field notes were available several, they of this section.no : City Jail Cells The following' application for
owned by the J.: W. Alvarez estate. would probably East aad"southeast of Starke Vacant for Past Two Mother1. pension i were. approvedwith
-advanced settlement But a resurvey -

C. C. C. Accepts Eight the Mr Information: Register further that the airport [The father settler of Noah was Geiger named' who Geiger while, other old was made In,1853, and the can still, la places, be seen-.fslat'traces Weeks, Chief SailTblnarll their respective the amount name set: opposite.. .

Bradford County. Boy that has been under con lived was respected and belov- ,notes of It superseded those of theorll'fnat of the old NewnanvUle and Mr*. O. W.' Hlnson.' Hampton s
he ,
runway road which wasa ..roundtowD'
Is now In the later notes MlOdleburg : once have been quiet .
weeks There are survey. month r Mr*. LemmlaGarrett
stmctlon for some ed as a sterling of the state, -week at $8.00 per
thenorthw.at noted thoroughfare the two
the local find mentioned that for past
around Starke we only Stark.,' $" ,00 per'mootb;
Eight: boys from Bradford Coun- completed.Other wig towards yet several Getgers corner of section 30, for over It was freighted' the cotton ,least. according' to Chief of PoliceA. Stark $4.00 r,
1T of the original Mrs. NOM Dyal. par
were chosen .a* entries In the airport is rapid rate of .who are descendants. township 6. was "set la.Crosbys ot the rich Arredondo sectionto L.,-AlVa,.., who told the Telegraph 'month ''Mr. Ruby McKlnn,..
,C.C. C. Camp last week: and were ;completion 'at > said. settler. The site foe-this corner isnow' Middtaburg', from where' It.wastraavpoe'ted'bybarges ,thl week that the cells at ; .
field. month .Mrs. Alice
agoDavidThomas Stark, $100 ;
taken into afT Mr. Register In 1831-103 years Black per
Immediate training speed of' tiI. la the middle of State Road : on the ,city Jail have been unoccupied S'4
remodeling Thorn Brooker, $4.00 per
they passed the proper exarnIDon. Work oa.the, ,a government' surveyor creek: to the seaboard As 'M,.- of time.City F
offices here U well townships 0 No. 28. a little west of the ceme. for. that length month i Mrs. Carrie Starting.! ': Gra
line between '
general the
FERA' the that
ran settlement wast dondowas. a Spanish grant Clerk Carl Johns says '
are busy I west, from UryThe) Crosby \ M.OO Milll
They were: laddie Boulware, under way. and workmen and [and 7. range 22. Going old at that Um On road was probably" to ease \lag' \before things are dull around the office ham per month.Mr:
doubt,very month
floors section 31, no J. Fogg. Graham. $4.00 ;
WUbert Crawford Lacy Futcn, scraping' )waty.* and the southeast corner of and producuvs ..lands Florida became United States all day; his. office by the way, at per
bit of plastering the high Mrs. Emma L. ,
LeQ J Parrlah.- William Bcnnell. Ali painting.' Also quite a the second: township 6, his. notes say: field around the lakes were aim the territory. In the southwestern the city ball to right next to the $7.00 month Mrs LIu1eTbompklna : ;,
fn Thomas, Carlos Thornton and I* being' done on "At,2, chains to Celgefs ; and Bparkman plantations portion of section 36, township 9, jail cells, and unless there are afew per ,
Wynn Stark $2.00
Johns ,
27.20 per
wfard Yarn ,, floor ceilings. at 8 chains to ditch at of a trading who making
settled early. can still be sees signs persons In jail are
y. ,
the ,
.is finished. and on. A an month; Mr*. Dove Holder. Starke. Y
work so
-1 .,. n When this [chains cross field here In 1879 poet located along' the road, where a nola' of some sort things< are
of the finest This writer came month} Mrs. Emma Rivers
!kEW' : PAYDAY SCHEDULE local office district.will be one big field surely, considerably mile acroes.morethan He and be had then the opportunity to travelers. could get' supplies and sort of monotonous Clerk Johns par Stark. $8.00 per month i

ANNOUNCED BY FEBA: In the ..I.. a quarter graph- view what "was said to be the have their worn-out draft animal asserts. month.Mrs. .
further illustrates his for fresh ones.' least shows that ,
at everyone
sweet orange This i
and largest Stark, $4.00
I oldest Ethel Bell per
Effective: next Saturday. Oct. ANNOUNCEMENTS showing' that the field ex- above will be seen that of Starke is
BIRTH ically, tree in this section of. the state, From the within the city N. D. Waiawirlght. Tax 'Assesear -
10. 1934 the'IICbedule of pay' for I tended about a quarter mile north, It this section of Bradford county Is well satisfied and has BO desire to
DennlBon not excspted.
C. Ft. Harley of Bradford J'lpr.PDte4 ,
h A. I that at County
III FERA workers In i- Bradfordc Mr.' and Mrs {spread out easterly Into section 32.where old Sparkmaa\ plantation not .. young' .. It" generallythought get' himself In the "jug1for mike "''Tax Assessment
1. the the
unty wtu be.*..follows: Starke, Hampton girl.Oct. ,. the dwelling' also stood and grew on to be. We know very lit- behavlor.TODAY.
Rhoden end of Crosby
C. north the A.' D. 1934. covering
F. at the Roll for year
'MM a. IlL: Lawtey.11:00 > nt; Mr. and Mrs. southerly Into section: 8, township and was of.'enormous ..... tl. QC,its| early: days; but'If a historian "' "i- Real. Estate and Personal j

200re...... 1:30: j>. m; Hampton Starke.' girl. Oct.. S.Mr. Steve. Weldon,., 1. The size of -the fleW Indicates lake The,Sparkmans said the tree was ,. would take the trouble to BANK HOLIDAY Property of Bradford1 County. '
and Mrev must have been he would, J.?
Pm. 3:30 lore
Graham place
; p. JlLj; that the statement delve into forgotten
which and to-
i ffooker. 3:00: p. m.; and New iu- .Starke. boy. Oct.A..1 S.Mr. Hare&ge,,, many-years rid'before the survey' ''could I over 60'certainly years old.not have bees aa DO ,,doubt find.'It well' worth the j The Bank of Stark will be closed After 'due the eontdratlo BOSMof CountytCtlBthfukdCd"Pagi t .
Sc. 330p'ra- and Mrs. Uoet of the original all day todarfrIdayonace&iunt'or1 ep.ctkar.by \
nis information went through. ..y..boNa crou..... e". 1i,
*.. Oct. .. to wood- exaggeration' It might '' :-bsmrai6ga7'nowisy: ( ; 11 j1t?, ;;
: boy
| released from th* offtat of S. Stark, Uostoy,., field -has reverted *notf4&-.uJI''''' 11.1: LACERGKETf. .. .. ir. 'Jr
1 sty
;and IIn.o.orp staT"aotng >> D \i. .. '
Mr dltch7U:
: t.. io44..l RA ,. 'land but l 4a, }f fh' uw
SiarkVboy.-OctT, *. ,, ; ri ,.'rfit
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(4 BROOKER ZIFFMiss dren of Alachua, spent the last of Ilfilbronn Springs Gull BRANCH EVERGREEN of will October segue .thereon A. D, on the 13th der

"I 3Hlw. Vera Galney, CorrespondentThe Lulu MIM Lewis, Cor. this week end here with her parents Miss Thrlmik Rhoden (;01'. Miss Elizabeth Harnage Cor. Mrs. T. A. Hosier, Correspondent DD.tel" 3t.I.I. 7th day 1e84.of September

Thom'- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. ,
R. B. ana Lonnie Mann
)W, "Brooker P. T. A. held It regular attended Mr and Mrs/Freeman Rhodenare Mr. and Mr-P-D.: : Rlddish and Mrs. Paul Glovers left Saturdayfor A. J. THOMAS.
Those from
In here who
attended to business Starke
,I' 9. the of her Clerk of (
children 'Ireult
October were guests parents
Tuesday the of Court
meeting proud 'parents a baby her home in Ft. Pierce. Mrs.
11The meeting was called to order Saturday. church services at Brooker Sundaywere. girl born Friday. Oct. 5. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp '_HlIt'lO a4tord County, Florid"",,
t the President, Mrs. Rand Mr. and' Mrs 1. W, Lewis and L. O. and Johnnie Lewis, Sunday. Glovers before her marriage was
: by Miss
?' Crews. Decision was made for the eons L. O. and Johnnie and daughter Willie and Woodrow Prescott, Pauline Howard spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harley were Miss Juanita Rosier

:((1 disposition of the P. T. A. quilt Lula Mae were visiting relatives Arch;''Mann Miss Hazel Thomas, day Mrs with Essie Miss Clarabell Carter.Saturday the guests of Mr.,and Mrs. W, R. Mrs.,' Flossye Rosier and chil-I
November 16. It In Jacksonville last ,.Sunday. Elvie'Mann. Lula Mae Lewis and Phillips spent -i Get OfMalaria
on Friday night, night and Sunday with her Kersey Sunday.Mrs. dren were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rid
and chicken Mfrs. Dorotha Starling ana chaplains Albert Lee Crosby.
& voted for an oyster Miss:
: was brother Mr. Peach Crawford. Albert Williams and Daught Carter Sunday afternoon.
II supper for the same night. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. Mr.. Miss Edith .Parmen Is spending Louise Sapp, of Jacksonville, spent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce at-
r Professor H. B. Wiggins' room It by saying that "the system and Mrs. Lonnie Mann and son, a while In Jacksonville with a few days of last week here with tended church at Pine Grove Sun-
," won the banner and was given the of pupil transportation 'Grady, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. relatives. relatives.
1 A. Rah! Rah! Rah! by the whole au- home without means of sending J. W. Dyal of Graham Thursday. day.Mr.. and lrs. Leslie McClellah !
children to school"Richard Harry and Leo Edwards, of Mrs T. N. Norman was the
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis accom- ,
; dience. Starke, attended church at Hellhronn guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and baby spent Sunday with B. E.
:;l i There will be a program pre- Warren, principal panied home by their daughter, Rosier and mother; Banish Chills and
school In the county, J. W. who the Springs Sunday. H. M. McRae Monday. Fever
''I vented at the Brooker Junior High only high Mrs. Dyal, spent Miss Pauline Howard Clara- Mr and Mrs.' Frazier Shaw and Clarice Roller was visiting her
October 12. holds. to another theory. "We make week-end here.! To conquer Malaria,you must do
School Friday night, cousins Pansy and Eva Jean Red- two
bell Carter ,A. J. Yarbrough andO. children of the State Farm were things. (1) Destroy the Infection
,I Everybody Is asked to attend and school life so attractive, Warren Mr. and Mrs. Harlle Varnes and at Mr. and Mrs:?" dish Sunday. In the
asserts, "that the children leave J. Howard attended church visiting her parents, blood. (2)) Build up the blood to overcome !
have a lot of fun. Admission lOc children were visiting here Sun- the effects
the cradle howling for a primer Helnbronn Springs Sunday. L. L. Conner Sunday afternoon. :NOTIfK 0.<. APPMriTKW FOR i and to fortify against
,, land ISc. day afternoon. of and E. E. Yar- i further attack.There Is one medicine
r like the ordinary kid yells for Henry Blonds, Lawtey was Mr. W. R. Kersey T\X IIKKn: that
);; The following la the honor roll Those from here who attendedthe visiting his sister, Mrs. Eva Robinson brough were visiting H. H. Keene NOTICE. IS HEREBY, GIVEN does these two things and that Is Grovt'i
candy. That Mm. M. Denne holder of Tax
Tasteless Chill Tonic I The
for the Brooker School for the birthday dinner last Sunday at Thursday Monday. Certificate No HSJ, l*"u..d 6th day of i tasteless qul.
nine in Grove's Tasteless
fourth month: the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and September, A. D 1932 has filed Bald Chill Tonic de.
I the malarial
in and mad itroyi in the
certificate my blood
Grade One: Mrs. Leola F. Rob- POSTOFFICE RECEIPTS LPPostofflce Stokes which was given in honorof Sunday.We children spent Friday night with application for tax deed to issue l while the Iron builds up the blood Thou.

[t'ty' ttta. Teacher; Cecil Davis, Louise receipts show an increase Mrs Stokes' mother, Mrs. Char- are very sorry to report her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. thereon, In accordance with law sands of people have conquered Malaria
Said certificate embrace the following -
"p Foxworth, Maxine Prescott, Hazel of slightly over twenty-two ity Lewis was Mr. and Mrs. Blrt that :Mrs. J. W. Padgett and little McRae. described property Kltuated with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chin;

r4 Stokes, Jewel Stokes, Mavis Thom- per cent for the first nine months Stokes and children, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mann are on the sick list lfr.; and Mrs..J. S. Sapp and children In Bradford u-i: um; Florida, to- Tonic.In addition to being a noted ran
Horace Stokes and Mr. wit: The 6f Suuthweet1QVeettgix edy for Malaria, it is also
.'' as, Conle Tyler. jf the year as 'compared with the children at this writing. We are hoping were visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. Suuthwvat Quarter leK8 an excellent
i Edna Prevatt, first nine months of 1933. Figures and Mrs. Lonnie Mann and chil- them: a speedy recovery. D. Reddish Friday night.A (6) Acre* of Section Elifht- tonic of general use. Grove's Tasiclea;
\ff+ Grade Two: Mrs. released by the postmaster, Mrs. dren, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Britton Groover and Mrs. E. large crowd from here at- fen ((18). Townnhlp Six ((6), South Chill Tonic Is-pleasant to take and con.tains .
Betty ,
i Teacher; Margaret, Foxworth, Range Twenty-two ((22) East con nothing harmful. Even children lilt
i Hazel Green, Stella Mae Hayes, Mary E. Johnson, show the Increase daughter, Miss Ruth and Mr. Leon Howard were visiting Mr. and tended Sunday School at Corinth taming Fourteen (14) acre more or It and they can take it safely. For sale

;\ Percy Dukes, Myrtls Tillman.\ recorded in 1934 Receiptsfor Lewis. Mrs. R. B. Thomas last Sunday.. 'Sunday afternoon. lees.The assessment. of said property by all stores. Now two sizes-SOc and
yid Three, Miss Mildred Morgan the,first nine months of 1933 J'.r, and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds, of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harnage are under the said certificate Issued wa $1. The $1 size contains iyt times u

y Grade, Teacher; Lester Tillman, Ar- were $2,030.36 and for the same Graham were visiting their par I The Japanese dynasty is the [ the proud parents of a baby boy in Unless the name said of certificate Willie Ann shall I'..1i.be re. much as the SOc size and gives you 25%

{ d veeda Grimes, Lorraine Thomas, period this year totaled $2,480.66. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas world's oldest. born Saturday, Oct. 6. deemed .ocordlnll to law tax deed more for your money. > 1

Ruby Atkinson Ward Vergle Phyllis Stokes Hazen, Lucile Joyce \-- "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES" .-Bill Collectors, Beware --:By POP MOMANDI

Melvin, Doris Hodges, Russell WIl- _

son Annie Jane Waters.

s Grade Four: Miss Ernestine / WHCT SHOULD HO NAW ; t' THATS TM' STUTI" -BB rx> 'r eon-ten :I PLAyS PAII :-- AU. :X ASfccV
Buddlngton, Teacher; Thelma Lee / 6rr soar ? MB'S woN'T Do BIG !1 OdslT TOLERATE / ABOUT TW IS ONE OOOO POKE I AT HIM )
J Starling. I NEVER ASKED ME OTF4iN' .::reAL.0US"'t'TAKe f'wT't'ADi1C.S } HATO-IET WIT riB FIST -- -
GradeFlveG.: E. McGauley, Tea X rD MARRY HiMQ YeAH !i RASHbY0tJLchM'T' -- > -- BURY' TH' ( COMMODORE-- s
cher; Jeanette McQauley.
;-I'1---- DO At TIP4f2ASH
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Grade Seven: H. P. Morgan,
Teacher Iva Mae Lewis, 'Orlne i.LMeR1j .a o
Padgett Blanton Thomas.
/) Grade Eight: H. P. Morgan, '

;y Teacher; Leland Waters, Tal- t/ '

madge Kelley, Hollla Litchfield x
Francis RUBS Marzle Howard, Ha-

4 zel Thomas, Wtllene McGauley, _
Harold Sapp. 1

p4 Grade Nine: H. B. Wiggins, _

tl' Teacher; Randolph Quarrels, J. W.

Kelley, Janle Mae Quarrels, Beat f .
rice Cassels, Ovid Lewis, Lucile ( -

Webb, Dan Hazen, Robert Spencer ,
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'' : Personals THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR .. In The Same Boat
r Mr .and Mrs. Eugene Hazen and I M ....:: I
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son, J.'D., of Sarasota, spent last ----- ---- ._-_-___-= flFTMtcI4t --_ _._. .
week-end here as guests of his ,
mother, Mrs. P. W., Hazen., I Y1o OPTIIC rr
y r4 s r 1 '(l INt4p 1N YON'RLearn Mat t0 to i4 .L
Rev. Lyle, Of Lawtey held 0o a. Mao iatMttiL .. .
j' church services at the Baptist t4MAt1wCtlt1 ALl M41ls Nf i + -

Church here last Sunday night. !1-- .
;3A, He was accompanied here by Mr. Ni -aqMsqlt f
lh Lestef! Austin, also of Lawtey.Mr. a r O
Eugene Long and sons were 1f 1t
transacting business In Starke / r .

Saturday.Mr. wry, eTA _. ..1.: ,
and Mrs. Earnest Russ and eM Miwitt /y

Mrs. Carol Atkinson and children f jA. s

r were tranJiacting business In
''I Starke Saturday. S.
) Miss Mary Lois Douglas, of Al- 1C h1' N. ',4e .

last week-end here .
achua, spent !
'; as guest of her, cousin, Miss Cor- .:

,. delia Brown. 1. /
Mrs. O. B. Colsen and Miss Mildred ,a 11111tT1j
,n Morgan were transacting ?
q business In Gainesville Saturday. $
; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey, who
have made their home here for the

past several years have moved to
', Oluntee. 0

Mrs. Alvin McKinney Mrs. L. O.

Hazen and Miss Mary Sue Mott ---

. ''If,'r s I motored Mrs. Cyphus to Gainesville Harrell Saturday.Is spending THE MAIN THING_.ON.. MAIN STREET" 13yL 1::, ',inn I ZelrFI

:t this week at the home of her

Jf parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Waters .
'! at the Tung 011 Farm. flinty Buzz I MO'QII'we/ GOTTA ...EAH- Hit' BRAGS Ot.D ""AN'HAT'... HA4

tJ, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott were MAIMHATCH 4TREES'SMo41' L' OEH To HIM ABouT 'EM ''H'T" MADE LOTS OF MISyAkEs: I

' \ transacting business In Starke Sat- 1EV4PAPER HELLO borq &RAG ABOUT FRONT YARD AN' BUT T..EV( ARE TME

1 eQOT T..e

(:d;, ,. MAIN ST. LIKE xPC20Mlct r0otuY
A FA1HEa 1.04

I' Mrs. Mary E. Hall 70 widow of \ J

;., ]C.C., Hall died at noon Tuesday 1 I AN'' EE11En 0

:&?' at the home of her son, Shelton OLD: MAN HATCH f'I EAVEN4 THAT
: GH
, ,. Hall.! In Jacksonville.
HIS 1Wtf'f
9; funeral services were held at JTi.r.:
'tk 1O o'clock Wednesday afternoon 1 II
fi- from the Baptist Church the Rev<
: A. E. McDowell pastor and the AMt GAVE TNFa A19GC !C
;'f.} N
r''if. Rev. L. A. Rawls, of the Euclid ,GROCERY $TbSBOYS :.

Avenue Baptist Church, of Jacksonville 'A 1? EAT.

,!;. officiating. Interment 'r
>;;j;: Mar in the Swift, Creek Cemetery ,*

: ki under the direction of DeWitt C. _

.\,. Jones,Company. .- -- -
.l' Mrs. Hall had many friends here

:\ and In Jacksonville who will regret -
4d'4? to learn of her passing. 'DOROTHY iDARNIT'I IPAGE
"t She Is survived by nine children By dark JkManal

.f, : Jeff, Henry and Thomas
rt; Hall Mrs.. Jessie Carlo and MJS KIN 1bu Do TI9 1btiRE3URR w ouor
' Henry Rosenburg all of Lake ButI I WIT 1.o11T APRESCRIP KNow HOW NoW AOaOY''IT. ARE You [ OH: oo vooHAVETO
her JrU Fannie Allen of Miami; I IEo L AlP? Ig-A u? THINGS OLD 3AMARINriW? ? CI1Y3 CoPS ( &E A COP ?
tShelton and O. G. Hall., and Mr. I r=
., Carrie Thermls, all of Jackson- !I i Cu1DEv NOWpg1
":, V IDr. She also 'leaves to mourn I '*
,J her passing twenty grandchildren I 4
t I [
and four great-grandchildren. 1I
;. :Mrs.. Hall was a daughter of the 4 I !S '
late John A. Croft of this place. ,
jij'; who preceded her several years in

death. ,
ft I

A In Union County people don't

1, say that "Ignorance Is bliss" but I

' that Ignorance Is almost missing Vlfd.
for according to recent govern l /
ment statistics this county has less ) / /

Ir.. Illiteracy par population than any /
-,other In ten Southern States. u
T. ,. 8. 'Thomas, county supertn-

ant of pubUc Instruction ex- waaasa ,

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-: Johns Jessie Mae Byrd Helen Hoclson his wlf v.t"f.nd.nl. Mifik.IIIK NO. TWOA NO. FIVE

I School--J ; ai'u Harden Honor Brook.roll: Eva Esther Duncan,Griffin E. L.,
Bradford High j Margaret Tomllnson. Wilma Harden In Brulf.rd, ,and to County the following Klorliln; promises, to-wlt' In Conntltutlon by Adding of the Thereto, State an of Additional Florida the Florida Const, I.I"tlnl Hut of to the County State and of

I Brook, Josephine Johns Ma- "t1 .* 8MV. and HK>4 of $WH Section to He Known aa Municipal Gov.rnm.nt.
> all in Seo. 25.
of "E'I, .
Ue 4 "* .
.. I : IU'Twp..T'., SO B. "Section T Relation to >m tie It Itesolve fcy the t.rgl.lalro
n tead and Exemption vf the of VtnrldaiThat 4
Ida Lee Silcox has moved to 1'.te
'b __ lit that and each of
I. It Order.d you Ue It Hennlveel nr the L..I.I.C.re Mention 34 of Article lit o* '
Penney Farms. We miss her. yon .1' hvrby required to apJ..r of tk. Crate of Klorlital the Constitution of the Htat of '
Tornadoes Victorious The Sophomores Miss : :Uiddleton. to bill of complaint Florida relating to and '
Madge rnus on Monday November, Bin That the fuln.lnl amendment to county municipal
= Bdltor-ln-Chlef I HIM. otherwlM the Mil of complaintwill Article 10 of .ovanm."c" be In" the sam
1'0 <*app jf Ht-. KdiIGr.IflChI.C1)Irutb" : Over Hastings, 12-0 Elect OfficersStudent i be taken a* eonfesned by you the State of Florida relating to la h.rhy I* agreed.mend..I.to and shall".be amended sub
homestead and exemptions, by adding
"JIInI' MlrwKk* .Exchane Editor SECOND GRADE It U further ori.red that thin no- mUted to the electors of the Htat ,\
additional Section
:. Jw4t __Aset. ExchAn..eCora Tornadoes GO\'t'-;:; ; Honor roll tic* he published once ..cl week for thereto an "Section t" providing of Florida at the Ueneral ti
(;JCI ___..Llt..rar Editor To Meet St. Augustine Reipresrata- : Bobby Biggs, Bryan 4 consvcuttv weeks Bradford tn be known a* of Representative to b* EI.Nlo"

!: : ?ViIrwlc <- Asat. Lit. Kdltor: Tonight tlve Also Elected Harrell, Mack Futch.. Betty Hayes, County learaph, a newapaperpublished Witness State that or County no amoaftment or Municipal for taxation any- IHS4 for approval or rejection. Said i'
.-Jurl. In naif county. {
Anderson, Jr. _.porta! Editor Editor Betty McRae, Robert Whltfleld, my hand and the official sal of shall b.levied upon the home Section 34 of Article Ill aa amended -

tulB; Vavl. __-Ant. sportS.. Editor The B H. Oleta Green. aid Court at Bradford ...ad. b* and the earn I.r..hyA.r..d shall read na follows '
__ __ S. Tornadoes shook The tenth SI.rk.
$ _. grade elected officers this Jrtf day. .( October to and Rhall Section 14. The Legislature 4
tlmRn fllunberlrAnt.. 800. Editor Editor,11111..14 off their Jinx and carried the ball and the following were elected: The Second Crade wishes to I County Florid.. the qualified elector .>f.uhmlt..1 of establish an uniform .hal .
h 11" J111r1C" -_ -- Joke Editor over the Hastings goal line twice thank the high school pupils for I A. 3. Florida for ratification or rejectionIn I noitnty .,.t.tOn lei pal .ovarnnent
__A..t. President Lois Judd.
\\ I A* ( I Court, th* general .1..Uon to be held on which .h.1 ,
June'W. Alt ersu",. .Jr. Ent.rt&.inmafltEdIt.r: for a 12-O victory here 'last Fri Vice-President, MartlHe Hem- helping them to get to their cars, !O:1fCllt; "Iorld. the first Tuesday the first casea local or special.laws

A. Wednesday when It wan raining.We KNIGHT A Monday November' D. IBS4 for counties are provided by th*
.Jl'fIIJle Jot.. Dr..n.D Entert&inment day.Out mlngway. AUorneyn for Plaintiff.le5.bt11i that U tn.nay, there ."ati ba add.dto L.I.Jatar. that may b* Inconsistent "
Editor are playing that we are fairies Constitution of The Legislature '
of four games they have Secretary, Grace Arwood. Article 10 of the ahall br
J.uai1Je nT"r p ; ,and are making'a map of FairyLand the Stat ,of Florida r.IAUnl to general law classify cltl I I and J .
$.rl Department played this season, this Is the first Treasurer-Margy McMillan. .
; f-HCIT tOlltr, TWHNTVNIVTM homestead and .. .", additional town according- population and ,
1101..11 Noe..eL-.Ju1IIur( Heporter one In which the Tornadoes have Reporters Margy McMillan and 1 putting on n :fairy houses JIUKIAI. (' '-SIT." SectIon to ba known a* hall I by general llr. provided for f

out ahead. Al Kay Carlisle. flowers castles !and ail the beautiful H.OUFORn. ,'01''I TY. aT''' ""..Uo. T" of aald Aitlcle, which their Incorporation government. ju'T'
In Land. *. IN ,'""Nt'IR\ "h. a. follow rlldl"toD. duties and priv 'iT
"SII\KESPEARJAN WEEK"The I. The lira! touchdown was madein Grace Arwood was elected to things seen Fairy Louis Itnw.ilCompheinant' Section T. There ahal b. exempted mind ou. pow.rli classification\ ,t
Mrs. Ritch.FOURTH all other than local laws Incorporating
the from "
students' represent tenth grade In the :
Senior English! the second quarter after a series vs. .specIal a..a.numl. r.r'' boneflta. to .. or town, providing

the week, October 1- of end runs by Mitch and :Merrill Student Government. J.m. Frederick How.1 every head of a family who la a for their. government jurisdictionpower. .
bave devoted cltlaen of and realdea In the Stat of dull.* and prlvlln*;** shall
to a study of WIlliam Shalte-I Edwards and line plunges by Mrs. Edna Hart It appearing. by affidavit appended Florida the homeatead aa defined In b. passed by the Legislature ii
L > Francis to the bill filed In the above of Approved June 4,. 19J3.
Enghand's most Cotton which ended only ELEMENTARY CHAPEL Honor roll Jimmie Griff Sara Article 10 of the Constitution
'Peare, : Frederick
mated that James
CHUM the of Florida tip to the valu
II1Iltlat. whO lived from 1564 to'when Merrill carried the ball PROGRAM Barefoot. Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu low.l. the defendant therein nam Mtat 1(1.000( 00 provided, however NO. SIX a: I

The two alma* this study across) Hastings chalk line for six Song "Jesus Loves Me"Entire: Davis, Barbara Snow. a non-realdent of the Htat of. that the title to said home A JOINT RESOLUTION
of A.h.viI.
1618. and I In realdent -
a stead b veated In such head
are: First to better acquaint the points. We did not make the extra school. We have been making imaginary : FI.rld.. Carolina ovef the nee of ''I of a family or In his lawful wife A Joint Resolution Proposing? dI

students with the life and works point. Lord's Prayer-Entire school. flowers and have been making i tw.nly.on.that raid years no-raeid.nt; It la therefore defendant ordered -- In residing both. upon auch homestead or Amendment Constitution of. the Article Stat IX of of Flor the J

of the peat Sb .kespeare. and sec The second touchdown came in Flag Salute. letter out of paper. We areweaving ba and be la hereby reuulred' to : Approved May ST. 199. ida Relative. to Taxation and Fi a

Btuoetfts, who have Recitation by Dorothy Green, appear to the of complaint filedIn fiance, to B. Known aa.Section 14
ond, to give to j the third quarter as A ,result of a every Friday afternoon. said caua bil or before Monday of Article IX. Ij:

never been Interested In Shake- pass from Mitch Edwards to Har "The Duel." The boys are weaving same as the the tth day O. 11114otherwise NO THREE B* It IteeolvtHl by the l.ealslatjr ,4 ,4

esre. a better understanding and rell for forty-two yards and a line Piano solo by Frances Over- girls. Two students In our room h"flc"'I'r'i *ald said tiilwill I A RESOLUTIOI4 of She State of Florida '
appreciation of his genius. plunge for six more by Mitch street. had all A's on their report cards. defendant.It h. .' Joint Resolution Proponing theAmendment Article That the following amendment to t
of Article XIX of the IX of the Constitution of '
practically every student bas which put the ball over Hastings Talk by Rev. Montgomery.Mrs. Gloria Buford and Ida Lulu Da- la further ordered that this order Conatltutlon of Florida llelntlit the State of Florid, to ba known .'

special report t>n some goal line again making: the tola! Wainwright taught the en- vla. Some of us were satisfied be eoimecutlve published weeks oiu-, In a the week Bradford for to Prohibition a and* Section the 14 of said Article IX bo ,7
a four
same I is ajrr.ecl
given related to the study of score 12-0. .We failed to make the' tire elementary school a new song with out report cards, others were County Telea-iaph. a newduaperpuhlUhvd n..f It the Received. of t.Florida 55. ...I.egUlatvre and shall be submitted to the elec to '

topiC these reports extra point again. Boosting Bradford High." not but we have resolved to do I In wild County and State.Thla li. Ion of the Stat of Florida at the ,
Among That Article XIX'of the Constitution
Shakespeare 15th dRY of September 134. (lieneral I Election tn b* held t'
"The Life of Shakespeare," The defense work was excellent. Announcements. "by &r. Gray. better this month. We made a A, J. THOMAS, of the Slat of FI.rIIA. he, and first Tuesday after the first on Mon

were History of England'During Shake- The nearest Hastings came to our. Recitation. ""Nothing tp Say," by map of ,Africa Friday and drew PATTKN Clerk* UANOHUM.8k Circuit .Court, to the read pants a*In follow hereby! ao aa day lion In or November rejection 1834. for ratifica

Ipeare's Time," "Shakespeare's goal was to our fifteen yard line. I Mr. >Oray. the kinds of plants and animals in > ., for Complainant ARTICLE XIX : "Section 14 For a period of fif

Greatest Works." etc. Several of There were no serious injuries it that are found In Africa.. We s2N5t.lO26.BOTl'IO. I Section 1. The Board of County I teen year from the beginning of 4t

been discussed in have begun the study of EskimosIn (o"ml..lonerl of each County In operation, motion picture etu.Ho
his dramas have although a few of the boys .on HO1S.OR:! ROLLS12th OP ELKrT'O' not oftener than In and which '
once b
"I.t. pllnc. establish. ,
County ,
class. Some of these were: "AMld.summer'Nlgbt's both sides had the wind knocked Grade geography. Joe Andrews and to uf the the St.erlf of F'orlditt Hr.drol' every yearn, upon the a"plo.- 5,1 thin' State .h.1 after July i"

Dream," "The out of them. Jessie Mae Brannen, Frances Comer Perryman had a birthdaylast be It n'Tt 1, It A. dray ed lion voc.of on..fourlh any County of the, reglater-cli I 1st Inns, ,193! Inclmllnaall chattel lands, buid. jt

Tempest,", "As You Like It," Interesting Statistic Cadman, Dorothy Marwlck, Earnest week. Secretary notice Stat.that of A Florid, duh.r.b and provide, for an .... ahal II the nect ion therewith, tJIildrar nimitei'inle -

And Juliet," "Merchant of Morgan. Louise Snyder, and Our ,room has been well supplied :OHNKHAb give KI.KCTIO t'ounty In which application I I. made. going Into pro.
Romeo The Tornadoes made 118 yardsby decide duct' of
to whether the *al* of Intoxicating iu-h studios and plant
Venice," "Hamlet," and "The scrimmage and lost only nine Dorothy Sapp. with beautiful flowers will ba of 1..11 l In tlradford Tuexday County n.xt.uoo.e4in Iliiuom, wines or beer well a* the finished prod lucta'or

of Macbeth." The latter 11th Grade week. Bessie Tyler was out of .State 110111" ..on Monday In November shell b* prohibit. therein, the film, shall h* exempt from ad
Tragedy yards that way while Hastings attention to I b. determined hv valorem I al
taxation I
of except that
school for about a week because said Tuesday I ex.emptlon
D. the
membersof Hall A.
dramatized by Jonnle Ree Cone Audrey ,
was also made only fifty yards by scrim- the 13 majority those voting at the election which shall become effectIve
the classes. M ,rjorle Marwlck Simeon Phillips sore b.lnl HAY OK NOVRNHKU called under this Section, whichelection by virtue of this Amendment
mage and lost twenty-eight. eyes.Gloria Buford, Reporter. "II'I'I States Henator shall b* conducted In thenutni.r shall extend, beyond the year 1143.
Another interestingfeature *f We made forty-two yards ,on Lorraine Smith, and June For In Comtroin ,preacrlbed hv law for hnld- The exemption herein ,
Repreaentallve. log general election Elections hail not apply to real .uthorl.e
this study is a bulletin board, con- passes and Hastings made but FIFTH ORADIS State at Lr. under this Section shall be heldwithi.i ed by such motion picture atudlos o.n-

sisting of contributions from various forty-one yards. We passed but 10th Grade Thornton For R.pr..nlaUvl of the Second sixty clays from the time of and plants except the real estate oonupled -
Among thee are: passed .five Eula Mae Dyal Margie :McMil- Honor roll: Selma Con.r..I..nal VI.trlct of the State p..nUn.mid application, but I If a* the location required to '
students. while Hastings
once Oleta Smith Geraldine Silcox. Thelma Ricks, Seventy-fourth election should thereby hOI.* such motion picture studios
pictures of Shakespeare his home times. lan, Arlie Sponholtz Billie Warwick Congress of the United 8tatea. take place within allY days of any plants and other buildings Inci
"' Ethel Taylor and Lois Judd. Shirley Morgan, For Two Justices of the supreme Slate or National or prl- dental to the operation of such stu.
"The Theater, EngBsh : Starke fumbled but once and recovered 9th GradeL. Dorothy Green, Carrie Belle -Bennett Crt'of the mate of Florida nary, It shall he Ih I'' .ol dio* and plant, together with ..u.bR.d. '

'scenes, quotations from Shake- and Hastings fumbled Joe Allan Lander Othma For Two Railroad Commliieloner days after such State or N.Uon.r aa may b* required for housing -
and other interesting 'ma O. Jones Jr., Billy IPowell, of the ttat. of Florid. election, or primary.Section officers and employee, and for r

speare, MarWtck 'contrib,,twice. We recovered both of those. Frances Lee Peek, Billy Long, Haynes, .Jr., Enos -.Haven, Jr., Riv-. Repreientatlvea For .. of. the State HOUM of Flor-of I. The t..t.lal.r. .hAi warehouses, laboratories, cutting I

terial. Dorothy :Intercepted passes: Hastings Intercepted Roswell Arle Tillman and era Hundley. provide hy general or special' rooms projections rooms, storage
uted an original poem "A Tributeto and Noegel IdaFor cal leglalatlon to carry out am lu..kl.. .hlppln. facilities .1.
: one of rour passes Miss Eunice Perkins, Teacher, Five Ccant ..mm1.llon.r. enforce :1'1'. ; 't
Grace :-Ha- Carol the 1 of thl* Article
For M'mnera Coanty
Shakespeare, We intejrcepted White.8th Three Approved June 7
made eleven yards. GradeA. Initructlon. All a to Intoxicatingllciuora ,
Board of Fuo'.io I.f rI.
71 :
zen one of our Senior artists con- one of Hastings passes and SIXTH GRADE In eatlmony Whereof, ]I I' which weieIn -
Z. Adklns, Jr., Dorothy effect on December 91, ISIS un-
of Shakespeare. have Hereunto .t h"n.Iand NO.
tributed a picture made twenty-seven :yards. Boulware Clara .Flume, Louanna Honor, roll:. Jack Halle, Stanley' affixed the Hreat my Heal I lei.* changed by the Legislature bylaws SEVEN *
work bas A JOINT
As a whole the sides received twenty Melvin Wiggins, Melba f the State of atTallahaanaa *xprn.lv concurrently RESOLUTION
educational and Interesting : Both Harvey, Lorraine Hartman, Gloria Noegel, <> .Florid. with m"d..lv. ,. A Joint Holutlon Proposing I an
both in penalties during the Anders. Gtuneta Hubbard, Caro- eaIl.I. Amendment to Article VIII of the ,
yards Johns. Doahla Smith, and Geraldine this the tire't day of ahall aw an changed becoin effect
and if each of the students taking Blair lyn Keene, EmmalIne Morgan, Sadie (REAL) A. I). Iv. with thl Article and Shall ao Constitution: of th Flor
game. Tillman. (b) Robert 1J4.U. ida Relative t* rta'nf
not derive some benefit remain until thereafter changed by
did A. ORAT,
part times
The ball was punted eight ; Griffls and Prince ; .th* The of the .
: Jewett Fogg Sidney P .tary of State. 1..lllal.rl. power
from the work. "they have 'only six times by us and twice by Has- Mae Thornton. .:Miss .Edna Strickland. To Hon W J. Kppemun. HherlffBradford -. provide necessary B* It I..y.kr the Legislature "
themselves to 'blame." Wilier Counl Stark, Florida. law to carry out and enforce thlArticle of th .I.ple., .
tings. 7th Gradea : .h,1 Include the right to That the folowln. to
players did splendid FOURTH GRADE --tt-l-l. manufacture ..1. Article of
All the or VII Con.ttuton
PROJECT Barefoot Mary
COLONIAL A RTS-A ( ) Juanita l Individual, firm and the of ,, to
'work. There was cooperation Judd Elise Maples Ralph Rhodes, Honor roll A Class: Othma Grlffla WlrnltldAM o'riio, 01"The K1.KCTIO1 Lea-lalatura of rrovhl. or by the State or by cities and tount.I. to be numbered t

There has been ou display for 'I among our players to the highest Tommy Ritch, and Mary Elizabeth Hogan Smith, Jr., Buford Me- 1913.: under the Constitution of ISIS. Cities or political aubdlvllon Section 9 .r Article VIII b*

the past week a project that has. :and. ,the .team played the Kinny,,.Kvelyn J: OjJeman! Margaret if the State of Florida, did pane *, or by any jrovernmentacnmm and the same hereby arreed to -t
.Mar .
degree and
I Smith--i- (b) 'Grace .Green, .. Bight Joint Renolutlona pronoalnilaniendinenta ..l In'genry b* createdfor shall ba submitted to the elector
''or. If.
It .
attracted :unusual attention, ,game ,wlthelr be t.etfoif'and.a garet liowry, Margaret Pearce; Silcox. to the Cnnntftut'on ol that purpone. of the State at the General

was the work of the eighth grade and B Class: Leon ''Dixon' Richard the State of Florid.and the same Section X. Until changed by 1.0 election to bo held on the first
ity. / Tom Mqraerau, L. C. Smith, Tuesday after the first I Monday ti
\ were asreeil Tot* of thr eflftha lion c thin Article, the la
history class! directed by:Mrs..By- If they do as well tonight at St. Billy Jackson. Jackson 'Violet: Johnson, Doris of all the membera elected atatu, of I":1 territory In the Stat November, A. I). 1114, for ratification

num Perkins and was centered Augustine they have a good Prevatt, Annie Roberts, Mary Dixon to each tinune; that the vote on of to whether the sale or rejection, to-wltl
arts of Ihe said Joint ltesolutlone were entered la p.rn'ited. or prohibited shall b. Unction .. Th* legislature shall '
around the Industrial' : chance to win. upon their respective Journal I with It wan on Uaoamber HI hAve power to ..Iabllh. alter or

colonial period. _____-*- FIRST GRADE NEWS ..Mies Hlnson, Teacher, the yea and naya thereon, anilIhvy \(i.A provided that at the ClenermilElection 1 abolish, a to
A cabin with'a clay chimney Our teacher Mrs. Kincaid, has did determine' and direct that In 1934 or at any time ba known a* the City of Jacksonville
log Serious ,SophomoresGive the mid Joint Iteftolutlon b. ..uh. within two year after this Article .extending terrltorlly throu..h.olt
realistic In design was the been sick. We miss her very much. SIXTH GRADEWe mlttod to the electiira of the Stale become effective' the Board of the prevent limit of Duval

work of Eddie Hartman.' In It, Chapel Program We hope the she will be back with have two. new pupils this at the 'ileneral !l..tof In November County (Commissioner of any (Coun In the place of any or all ;
1014 tv shall, upon th* application of county, dl.'rl.t. municipal and local ,
sturdy hand-made furniture was us ,real soon. Miss Kitty has:been week, one is I la: A class and one In NOW, THRREFORW, t,. Jl: A. five per cent of the registered vnt governments : bodies and officers

arranged la front of the wide fireplace Best Vro- our teacher and we 'have studied B class. We alsO: lost one of our nitAY, Secretary of the mat ofFlorida .,of the ('.unty. call ant.prnYld. coimstittitiona'i'I i or statutory,
Tenth Graders Give .Mrs.; do hereby jrlve .. that a an election, to decide vrheth legislative, "..eulva. Judicial, oradministrative
over which the cooking was Of The Year hard so that we can surprise pupils Margaret Silcox. we were I.MIKIIALI.K'"nt. the ."I. .hli b. prohibited In such prescribe

done in pioneer <"Jaya. gram Klncald. We .made some real.yellow sorry to see her leave. We are now will be held In jach county In County, ..1 election tn b* other the J.rl.dl.tlnn. p.w.r., duties and
Florida on TueMday. next aucceedlns wls a* In Article 1 h.r.- .t such)
like them so provided functon. municipal .orpor.
A miniature wheel reminded lanterns we lessons In our' Work
spinning last having some legislative
The '"serious sophomores" the first Monday In.Noy.mher. A. I> I nf. : : I
us of the long hours the the high school much! Books; we enjoy using them very 1914 the said Tuenday h lnr the Section 4. Thin ,Artlcl shall b*- ,licial and administrative department
Friday entertained Mrs. Kincaid's Room. 5TTlI ISV SW 150 VICMflICfl come effective Immediately up"Ita and It* bo.rdl bodies and offlyers
wives and daughters spent providing student body with a very Interest- much. Everyone is working hardto for the ratification or rejection of ndnptlon and the repeal of Artl ; to the territory Included

clothing for their households. The en- be on the honor roll and we the said Joint ResolutIons proponlniramendment pIe XVIM of the Amendment to theConstitution : In such' municipality into sub- ,
ing but funny program. to the Constitution of I of the United States ordinal* districts I ami to prescribe 1 a
Dip candles such as Benjamin tertainment got under way with a We are reading our Pre-Prlmer think move will succeed. thismonth. I Ihe (State of Florida vl.l uf merlcn. just and reasonable system of taxation

Franklin made when be was a boy and Koses"., ,directed : We are reading about the Approved May. f. 1933.'. for nuuh municipality and die 4
"Moonlight Chart. Ni
song, ONE and to fix the liability of
in Boston and a pewter candle by :airs. Wall and sung by boys and girls, the cat: : and.theidog, Honor roll: Le Etta Corpening, A JOINT REHOMJTIOVPropcmlnw NO. FOUR .Irl'I.1( municipality and dlstrlota

stick illustrated the early meth- This was followed up like to play the game of "Store Mary Lorraine Stockwell, Louise an Amendment to ArticleV A JOINT Bonded and other Indebtedness, ex- ',
every of the Conntltutlon of Florida I.Unat the time of the
Stern Frankie Ritch Frances Ov-
ods of lighting the :homes by the Flag Salute and the Lord'sPrayer. Keeper"In our reading class. Kelutlnsr to the Judiciary by A Joint Resolution Proposing an of such municipality, shall benforc'eable

The girls la the class contributed Miss Ruby Lilley erstreet Fwol ,Jones,. Irwin Till- lug. Thereto, an Additional\ : .:1r Amendment of Section 10 of the only against
delightfulquilt \ to Be Known aa 40 1'.cl"ralol of Right of the Con taxable proptrl1.th.r.tore
to the man. t..lnn .
project many The main thing on the programwas Honor rolls for Mrs. Klncaid'Band vldlntt for the of the Slat of FloridaItelaring Legislature .h"l, from time tn time, .

patterns. AH the work was next. It was a long play en- Miss Lilley's rooms will ,be ..innext'week's Miss Rosalind Jacobs. Number of Judicial, Circuits of Orand Juries, In for_ determine ,portion of laid municipality .
done with the finger and showed Thin State and ite.ilring t the It.apiortionment .- matlona. Pr.ntm.nt. .nl Indict I* a. rural area and
titled "Wanted A Capable Stenog- paper. of Such Circuit lucille of Person* Capital homestead In such rural aria Afifj
clearly that the useful art of quilt enacted by Billy Saun- 1TH B NEWS anil I the Judve Thereoflie <'rimes and Other Felonies, .nt not b* limited a* If In a .hal

making is not forgotten. rapher, Lois Judd.Hanae' Mrs. Demorest'0 room,is glad to If lle.ol.rd hr *5. trUlatnrut "rov'dln.' That "," town. Such municipality. mI.I exercls I'
ders, llargy McMillan GRADE A-B the "t.,.ol FiseldatThat nf the Court all the powers of a
--.-. Brown, SECOND gay that we have some new shades ia : ; : municipal
Dampier, Mildred th >followlnir amendment to :ana Entered In Term arrl corporation and] shall milan r"cngnlaed -
CALENDAR OF EVENTSOct. Ruby Dam- Honor roll! Mary Ester Crews for the room. We can study so Art If l.i V of the Constitution of (II ... ,. on Plea of nully; a* on* of the I legal political 4

8-Special Glee Club. and last but not least. Lyle Anderson, Mathew McKlnny much better when it U not so thla.State relating to the Judiciaryby F'onla.1' and Dlnpenalng Wih division of the Stat with the duties
.lln.there to additional .. the fty of Xiunmonlng and obligation of a county and
Oct. 10-Boys Glee Club. pier. supported by a Edna Mae Moseley Lucille Bowers bright We also have some new I m : .a e: a forth, Orunrt Jury Except Upon Orderof shall b. entitled to all the powers,

Oct. 12--Assembly program .(by The play was Puddenhead King Thomas. potted plants and window boxes. and same. IN er't. .. to .Circuit Judge right and pr..I.. ..., Including representation
and khall I ouall- '
Woodenhead "
Stat .
Indian II It Revolved br is ... Legislature
tenth song learned some
Mr. MacQueen's This week we The following officers were fled voter of the Mtat of Florida .I.I..e. '
Charles Fender, who U, lk. 'fttat Klorl- which' would accrue to It If 1C
). Jones by and their meanings.We for ratification rejartUm at the .I were a All of >
grade., Sixth period symbols elected for the room: That the county. property I il-
by following amendment to
at the piano ,
next .n"uln..n.r election thai
accompanied val County and of the .
Oct 12-Football game with St. was also have some new picturesand Billy Jackson, President. I I. 10 nay that an additional B ctlon Section 10 nf the Declaration ufIllsrht In .said county shall munlclpalt."

Augustine at St. Au- Grace Arwood. by posters for our room. Margaret Lowry Vice President. to be denlvnated a* Section 45 of .".,. *of of Florida the Cun.tIII"n, of Grand the municipal, corporation when. established .
Also there was a Miss Lillie McRae. Article V of the Conet Itntlon of .hltnl t. a* herein provided. The of. .
gustine (night). Eunice Williams called "Mrs. Grace Green Treasurer. Florida bo adopted tu 'read a* fol and 'Indictment of pemons..for eapl. flees of (I.rl of the Circuit Court
-4) Wills Vlda KilllAgsworth Manners and not b abolished
New Clothes anda I"w.ow Cal crimes and other felonies, ba, and *
STUDENT' GOVERNMENT: Claudle and Morals.' ( the sum I I. hereby agreed and but the Legislature may prescribe i
which GRADE (a) There h no than ,
Katie Fugate. LOW THIRD mnr. the time when and the method by I
The meeting of .re dlng by fifteen judicial circuit of State shall l h. to Ih* qualifiedelector.
second business .bmlt..d
John Jenelle Hutchings, Reporter. which, such office shall b* filled ,
Honor roll: Joe English, of of Florida, forratification
the program. of Florida to ba appropriately deelarnated. thl
the held concluded and the to b* paM to
Student Government was R. E:. Jones Cheer Leader. ur rejection, al the gec. comp.n..Uon
White defined
announcementsand Keeffee Pitts. Olen numbered and bya such, .
Kinlaw, vast In
made may them
Mr. Gray : ( eral election I to b* held on th* first .
Tuesday the second period. We have thirty-eight cents In eultable law enacted by the Lealelature additions I and duties. No
which Powell.
Ruth ,
speech" Ma, jorle Davie Tuesday after the Monday In .ow.rll
"school spirit for that In accordance fr.t .
AU of the committees reported a a football "pep Kathleen Stockwell. Patsy Ruth our treasury which we are goingto with the ...purp...dm.ntt Provided November A. D I J county consolidated with b another* abolished office; or

having started work and are work- was followed by off to Tarborough. use to buy a picture. that no judicial circuit a* definedby ."Hoctlon 10. No "peraon. shall b.Ir..1 without making for the
meeting that sent the boys Wainwright Fay law. hereunder eMil .mhrau for a capital crime unl I.*" on rro"I.lon .
Ing performance of al
on toward success.Mr. We hope to Increase this. list lea than fifty thnu..nd Inh.MI..U presentment or Indictment by a or. hereafter dut. now
Gray and Mrs. Carpenter victory SOCIETY accord Ilia- to preced- rrand jury and no person shall b* b prescribed to
by such
I next .. tried ror any oth.r unl*. "rtorm.d county of
log State or Federal .n.u., sodproviil.d felony .
Were valuable
contained herein
present and offered A delightful affair of the past on shall
Grace Walnwrlght. or by a
further that no Judicialcircuit : pr..ntm.nt indictment
Section 30 *f Article III of
uggestlons. Needed Supplies week was a dance Friday night ."I.Unt at the tlm of r.t-I grand oath Jury flied or upon Informationumlsr I Ih* constitution of the Stat of '

The most' recent development Is ,Arrive At OfficeMaterials sponsored by the Woman's Club flcatlon affected, tll. amendment or .. .hal attorney" of the by cotirt th*wh.r.i.pro..rutnl riorlda' except a* t. aiioh provision I
of the It THIRD GRADE A .It.r. Information I I. filed, therein a* relat to regulating the
recreation I.oth.r"I.rnvl"
recreational program. for the benefit of the .,.pt In provided In this .t j.riadictnn: and duties of
: any class
Thel In this Consti
roll Nina Bishop
BM each Honor : amendment for the aame
two or three students period project.. carrying of officer, to and impanelling -. ,
Received Consists. Min Jessie :Mae Blade Thel Into execution, nor shall any exlet- tution *: :: of Imparhmnt .umm."ln.!
ma Cooper 'tn juror.
coaching the lower grades. Among those attending f1'OlDbll'h Clrirult Judge or State Attorney, I : In the to assessing and .Ut '
On the Iy of Copying ma Sterling. In. In the tenure of his mllltla when In .r.I.* In collecting 'taxes
Monday and Wednesday school were: Dorothy Sapp, dlet.rb' time of war, or For county purpose to regMkatIng '
of any whl.h
high school students during their Materials Mignon Sisson. Lillian Sternberg, mmllon held* expiration b him on the date with the consent' of Congress,Itate. the officer feee and compensation. f' '
last period study ball also enjoy FIRST GRADE Martha Powell, Louise Snyder Joe tb''. amendment I.,ratified.b keep In rime of peace. Any person the establishing.N'rlabI r of
antler such I InfornaMlon
have been roll Franklin Young, < ) It shall ba the duty of the presentmcci
supplies Honor such
recreatio Many needed Edwards, Edwin: Smith, Leslie tlnlalur at It. next regular eee.elon or Indictment for any felonynot municipal corporation a>.u.oant -
received at the office. This Is especially Thelma Griffls, Anlce Green, Karjorle Biggs, and Charles Fender. after the amendment .1.1 have capital may be .rr.l.n.d and may to thla or ...Uon. hall becomeoperative
materials. Gloria Cooper. been ratified to pa. law* enter *t plea In In vacation .t.otv. unti approved
MOTTOES WEEK true of copying Kersey, Geraldlne Johns' motoredto aulabl. and by a
: OF THE Miss, t4 thl effect, the judgment and aentnc qU.llf.
The colored chalk pencil *erpenera. Miss Hazel Adklns. eart of the court on a plea of guilty elector participating In an I
make effective reapportlonment -
mottoes In the Senior HomeRooms for gelatin refill Lake. City Saturday.Miss and t oJhf Judl.elal may b* mad and entered either In held In said county but so long aa

this week are listed below. stencils. hectograph Dorothy Sapp bad for her Chculle and Circuit Jud eebereby term time or In vacation Th Judo such municipal corporation exists .r
We hectograph ink etc., FIRST GRADE: of any circuit court la under this Section the Legislature. 't
hope Is keeping up pencils. weekftldled Miss .Iborl. amend
everyone r..t."plate. may or extend the law
to dispense .
ship- Summer with the .
of the roll: Dorris one
Honor ( )
with large part Farm. Clroal the without
each weeks mottoes and that made up a Hundley from the Stat. Judge to each Judicial .mpsnelllnand Convening' of the same referen
James Clrr.lt dum to the
everyone, will derive some good ment. Clara Sweat Effle Griffls. : additional Circuit Jud. Judl Isr.nd Jury at .n,term of court by the qualified. act voter uales
providing for
towels and Sam Griffls. ('INCUT eovraiisDrORD b. for maklnar and with r..I.I.t"
from Roberts, I* -lal may .nt"ln.
paper pro.I..d Iln. such
or extension
them. We suggest you clip Also maps 'OI: TV" FLORID, !% ()H.... by Clr"ul I he clerk' court .
the black-board paint have been purchased. We hope that we will have moreon -, : of thla, order directing that no srand provide for such) referendum. .hal
mottoes each week and make t.:KH V 43 uf Amended :1.b v
Approved 36. 133.
a 5C the honor roll next month. We M. A. Hmlth $5 Liquidator for Bradford -, bat th number b* summoned at such term of co.:,r May
rap book rf them. ____ County Bunk a corporation, Con.tluton.' .a to anyone which order of the .
'He who __.__ made designs for some Indian pottery Plaintiff .ud. .pportone exceedon I may b* mad In .. Clr.ul" The vote past In compliance with
a-borrowlng .
-sorrowing.got'. goes I SENIORS ELECT OFFICERSThe and baskets By the help of n. CASm Na it; jodl.I.1' Judge .aU every fifty time of said court The Legislature 'aid anvas proposed, declaration) amvndmesits and, and] the

I meetIng making spongedogs John W. lAwl. *t .1 !).,<.n 1.n(. thousand Inhabitant or major fraction shall. have power. by general legislatlon hereof, ehall b. return
class teacher we are
held a the to the
-Little oaks." seniors' to regulate the number of
strokefell great OMDEH or PUJRLICATIONThe : : thereof thl .mnd".nt
I same regulation and
and elect- and rubber elephanea. ,:Mr. i .I.r rand Juror to serve upon. or constitute restriction
"Look October 6th Mtat of Klorld tT have b. Into effect .. are
out Friday, by'law for
I .h.1 a srand jury and to fix the proyl..d general
school term. presented us with a reading E. liraun.' slnsrl Frank 8. llexton In Circuit havlnamore than male of Florida
forward, not ; ckAnd ed officers for this Gray as officers were table. Mr. MacQueen gave us a' ._ of whom of raeldene of vote far and an Indictment I ii
lend a hen!." The following ...If.. III r..ld..n of <:n the r.tur. hve. hereunto eel my hand
table to put our crayons scissors, I* unknown. additional Judge or Judcee.. pr..ntm.na and affixed the Great Seal '
Judge, not thy*:rtend until thou elected: We 'Tan Nolle* that the plaintiff hat ) The re-apportionment of Clr T m upon ratification (Ir. the Stale,of '
.tandestlnhlspL-ce." I Robert Chapman. President. books pencils, etc., on. flUd hi. bill of complaint In tb. ."r and Jnda-e thereof hereby aforesaid, shall take effect atmidnight th Flor'd.."
I President. getting along fine. Come out to abov cntltlMl. raua* aa-slnst John for shall become affective on December llt. 1114. I PEAL Tal.h.e -
"Aft5' the hor"e b stolen, the :Myrna Frink Vice W. Lewis and hi. ...If.. Ella Lewis .ay. after the act providing without the necessity of lelJatlon of July A .D lit4. dayE' "

bay, door Is lockv; :Mignon Sisson. Secretary. see us. n B Colaon H. Braun, slna-l. andI'r..II .amq shall have become law.". *. X. ORAT.

Loet time is never found again." Mary Luclle Torode, Treasurer. Miss Annie Mae I'ee.rce_ a. Hudson and Isabella K Approved June (. 1111. Approved Jan f. hIlL Secretary of Btat.

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MRS. VONDA INMAN TO Annual Report Of LocalU. STATE MANAGER OF Miss Alderman Entertains Celebrates Tenth "-


It\ 3ocietyJ At the business! meeting last Honoring her 'week-end guests, :. Mrs: W. A Stern

week of the W. T, Weeks Chapter, Miss Ella Scobel Opperman-'Dean> to a number of the Was young"!"<
United Daughters of the Confederacy of Music, and Misses Gladys Koch last "'
the retiring president, Mrs. O. and Annie Mae Sharp,'of the Music Saturday afternoon at >
Faculty of Florida State College -, home on South Cherry
L, Beasley; read the following re- Street,i b,
4 port showing the good work accomplished for Women, Tallahassee, Miss oring her daughter, Louise, ,
PratherSnyderMrs. Woman's Club Hostess by the Chapter. duringthe Mona Alderman was hostess to a'' tenth birthday anniversary Wb.
To B. H. S. FacultyOn few friends Saturday evening at *
A. F. Saul announces then past year: I that date
the home of her Mr. and
marriage of her daughter, Wednesday afternoon Octo- p- The Chapter has held regular I Mrs G. W. Alderman parents, on, North ,Quantities of pink dahlia
Fenella Elizabeth Snyderto ber 10, the Woman's Club, of meetings each month except dur- i Walnut Street. used to decorate v
and ing the summer vacation. State rooms alt
Starke, held the first business u
John William Prather social meeting of the 1934-1933 % x; and General dues have been paid' The evening was spent In conversation home for this occasion pad

Saturday, October 6, 1934 Club year. 1U Contributed to Mr. Norman V. _;i. and singing old familiar enjoying a number of game. t
Jacksonville, Florida Randolph Relief Fund 95.00: ; to songs and late In the evening Miss young folks accompanied by k
Mrs. Prather, who is the eldest The president, Mrs. Edward rrki4J-, State Scholarship Fund $200;; to Alderman served an Ice course to Stern, Joined,. Mrs. Lowry, Su,,
e daughter of the late H. M.. Snyderand Burns, presided over\ the meeting:, Lee.w Stratford Memorial Fund her guests. day .School ,Class at Klnm

Mrs. Sauls, has been a resident The past presidents of the club '12. O; High School Glee Club The following were among those Lake, for a swim and weiner ro
and the teachers of the Bradford
of Starke since early child- transportation to Tampa for State invited to call and meet the, hon The beautiful birthday Cake V
hood and attended Bradford High High School were honor guelts'of Musical Contest, $::1,00.' Paid out ored guests; Iced in white and pink and on t u

School, and with, her pleasing personality the afternoon.Ms '$ for work done at Crosby Cemetery D.r. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, of the cake, was placed tea Pi
A. Z, Adkins, chairman of candles.
baa endeared herself to a 4 where forty-eight Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. ,Miss
cost of friend who will,wish her the Music Committee,' gave a partial erans ant burled, 4475.: To fund Madge Middleton, Mrs. R. J. Davis Those enjoying 'this lovely

n ,much happiness.. outline of her work 'plannedfor .1 for Needy Confederate Women, Miss Isabel Fernandez, Levy fair with Louise, were:

Mr. Prather.''Ia the son of Mr. the year. Mrs. L. D. Vlning.chairman $19.0O., A..Canova and John H. Powell! Betty and Carolyn Green I
/ and Mrs W. C. Prather, of Starke, of Health Committee,reported VONDA INMAN On Memorial Day the Chapter MISS MYRTLE OLLIS CRUMP Etta Corpening, Jenelle Mutchia.
done In
much work being
but for the past three has arranged for appropriate exercisesand 'Betty Stringfellow, Margaret Lot
years her department. She announcedthat Officers and members of Starke State Manager of the Woodmen J. C Brown, of Miami,
i Montgomery was a jry, Jean Davis and Virginia
been a resident of Hollywood. Call- invited the Rev. B. M. A
Grove No. 278 be hostesses
a Health, nurse had been ob- will Circle who will attend the District\ visitor In Starke Monday. derson.Growing.
r: fornia. to make the memorial ad-
tained for one hour each day for to a Woodmen Circle district convention Convention here next Tuesday.
Immediately after the ceremony Bradford High School. Mrs. Frances at the Woman's Club here dress.;' Daughters decorated the .
i :Mr and Mrs. Prather left for Hol- Adams of Gainesville Assist next Tuesday, October 16. graves of forty-eight Confederate
lywood, where'they will reside. ant District Supervisor of Health, According to Mrs Vonda E. 'In- veterans; six Federals, two Span- Baptist With America

was Introduced and she very graciously man, district manager, who Is in I ish American; six World War, and The three Circles of the Wom For 75 YearsContinuing

Burns-Canova outlined the program of charge of arrangements, the meetIng thirteen Daughters an's Missionary Union of the First

health to be carried out by the F. will open at 1:45: p. m. with a The Historian gave instructive Baptist Church met Monday after Our
Mrs Henrietta Canova B. R A. regular business session. Duringthe programs, along the lines sent out noon. D
Announces the marriage of her afternoon a class of candidates by the State Historian. Sponsored 75th
14 The Club voted to assist in furnshlng Circle Number One was enter- ANNIVERSARY
daughter milk and soup for the un- : will be initiated and new district an essay writing contest In the tained by Mrs. L. O. Hemingwayat

y Juliette dernourished school children tdui- officers will be elected and Install high school, and gave a prize 'of her home where summer flowers -
i' to lag the winter. The chairman of ed., At 6:00 o'clock dinner:' will be $9.00 for the best essay. adorned the living room where S AL E-
f- Mr. William D. Burns served the members' of the
by The Registrar assisted in get the members were seated. fps lasre
Beautification, Mrs E. L. Biggs,
On.'rue day.. Sept. the eighteenth Starke Grove. + e At a time when food courts are on the
ting four stones, from the Federal -
Nineteen hundred and thirtyfourNew told some of her plans for the :Mrs. E. C. Priest: leader, pre- way up these remarkably low prices! become -
work and Mrs. J. E. WIN The evening session wllf begin Government, for graves of devotional and
York, City year's i sided during the II WHERE ECONOMY RUtEJ I doubly Important. They offer lou
,on, chairman of the House Com- at 8:00: o'clock and will be open Confederate veterans business meeting. Mrs R. L. an opportunity to stock up at a great
The above announcement will be 'mittee, gave'an itemized report of to the public. There will! be a Visits have been made on sick Kemp gave an interesting reading, laving 4
., of Interest to friends of Mrs the rental of the Club house and grand march In which teams and and flowers sent them. Notes of "My Jewel Ca e" In which she
Burns Who was one time a resident thanked the Club for the new articles officers will'participate, and an condolence and flowers have been quoted Bible references. Plans

ofStarke, and who now. ap ,, in the kitchen, Mrs D. P. address of welcome will be given sent to bereaved families.,, warm were also completed for the Asso-
Eydy peas-in the*,popular Mill-Billy N Carpenter Chairman Finance, by Mayor W. B. Middleton, and a klmona and slippers were given as ciatlonal meeting to be held here FRESH FRUITS ,& VEGETABLESu.

B, C.radio program which la also thanked all who In anyway assisted response by Mrs Leila Davis, a birthday present to the widowof next week with all the ladies be-
f composed of her sister, Miss Anna Confederate veteran. At S. NO. 1 JERSEY COBBLERSPOTATOES
in making the benefit parties State President of.Jacksonville. A a ing requested to bring well filled
and brother,;.. Leo and Pete. a- success.. memorial service will be held for Christmas a box was sent to the baskets on both days of the meet- lOlbs.
-- the Society's late national"'President only living member of the J. J. 14c
The following were to Ing. Mrs. P, M. Barefoot Invited
membership in the Club; Mrs Mary1 E. LaRocca, and Dlckison Camp, and quite recently, the Circles to meet with her for its
THE MOST this veteran had died at the of CELERY Stalk lOc
Mra. Donald MacQueen, Miss the late Mra. Ada Baisden, a member November meeting.

''f'',SPOT IN/TOWN Mildred Strode, Mesdames C.. L. ;of the prove Addresses will ninety-three. of'tbe During, the social period refresh LETTUCE Large Firm Head 9c
( Stockwell, J. H. Klnlaw.L. A.Reynolds be given by Congressman, R. A. Concerning the origin U. ments of lemonade, and fancy
Green, Miss Myrtle Oills Crump, D. C., Mrs. L. G. Powell gave a FANCY YELLOW ONIONS 3 IBs. lOc
,.A. J. Thomas.,George I. In- cakes was served by,, the hostess ,
HALL PLACE man, W J. Epperson.\ Jr., G. A. National Assistant attendant and most interesting paper at the for- to the members present. FRESH CARROTS 2 for 15c
Anderson, J. Morgan Darby, N. F. state manager of. the Woodmen tieth anniversary birthday party. Circle Number Two met at the
'(Near Seaboard Depot) Gullford, T. F. Landrum, O. C. Circle, of Tampa, Dr. M. Crawford, Following are excerpts from this home of Mrs H. L. Brownlee with FRESH TOMATOES, 2 Ibs. for 15c

Register, Jeanette *KIncaid and National Auditor, of Birmingham paper: "The;South is a land that Mrs. Brownlee and Mrs. Nat Williams .
't e Misses Hazel Adkins, Mona klder- Alabama, and V. P., Millers state baa known J sorrows it la a land as hostesses.'
e of the Woodmen of the that has broken;) the ashen crust
manager FRESH CABBAGE Pound 3c
man, Rosalyn Jacobs, Clyde The meeting was held in the
SANDWICHES and moistened it with tears; a landsca.rred
"OYSTERS World, of Lakeland.,
'Mlna Manassa,.,Annie Mae
large screened porch of this home
LEMONS' Dozen 15c
and riven by the plowshare -
.SHORT ORDERS AND ICE Pearce,' Eunice Perkins, Harriet Members from twenty Florida I which was decorated with,basketsof
COLD DRINKS. Rltch. Melba Silcox, Louise Smith, towns have been invited, to take' .of war, billowed with land the of different colored flowers. CALIFORNIA GRAPES 3 lbs. for 25c
graves of her dead, but a
and Mary Lee Wynn. pert In the meeting.. Degree teams L. G. Powell, leader con-
yi legend, 'a land of song, a land of COOKING APPLES Pound 5c
+ 14atl Delegates to the Bradford-Union from Leesburg, Ocala 'Jack.onvllle hallowed and heroic memories. ducted the devotional and presidedover
which meets and Starke will have a parton the business session Plans
County 1861 the South
In all over pa-
tl < on the afternoon of the second the program. were completed for the Associational -
triotic women banded together to FINEST SHORTENING-SCOCO 1-lb. Ctn 4-lb. 8-lb. Ctb
RITZ THEATRE Monday in November! at Lake The District officers extend a help and called themselves "The meeting to be held here next

Butler, were ,elected as follows: cordial invitation to the W., O. W. Ladles Aid Societies" which upheld week at the First Baptist Church. COMPOUND lOc 39c 75c |

STARKK, FLORIDA Mrs. W; B. Middleton and Mrs. L. Camps In the District to. attend and? strengthened the arms of' The topic for the' afternoon's
It A. Davis, alternate, Mrs.. G. H. the open session in the evening.A those four long study,, was "The Church's Influ-
>* : J Lowry'and Mrs. H. H. Youngs musical progr"mbaa been ar- tragic ", The Daughters of I ence," which was ably discussedby
g The delegates elected to repre- ranged on the evening's programand the Confederacy originated In 1891 the leader. Mrs. Powell and 'TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25c

FRIDAY the Woman's Club of Starke at the will be In charge of Mr.:.John with Mrs.,, A. C. Cassidy of St. Miss Etta Tlson Invited the Circleto

Sectional Club Federation meet- H.: Powell. Louis, Mo., but did not become a meet with them at the Powell
FRIDAY, OCT.' 1ZTII Ing In .Fernandlna, .were:. Mrs. H In the receiving line will be Mrs. National Organization tin Sept. home In November. WHITE HOUSE

lv'+ .it..,,, ''Lemon:: 1';\,'Drop Kid"TracyHelen H- Young: and Mrs.Q..H.' Lowry, Vonda, Inman,"'Guardian 'of the 10th, 1894, in Nashville, Tenn.. by The hostesses served a delicious EVAPMILK 3 Tall Cans 17c

Lee Mack alternates\ Mrs. A. Z.. Adkins and Starke Grove; Mrs. Erma GarnerDistrict seven women of Tennessee, Georgia refreshment course to the members -

Baby LeRoySATURDAY Mrs. E. L. Biggs. President, of Gainesville; ,.and Texas. The U. D. C. em- .
.h I Prof. Leon Gray gave an Interesting Miss Myrtle Ollls Crump,' State lone .,
blem'bas as a background a Circle Number Three was entertained -
OCT 13TII talk In regards to work Manager, of Tampa; Mre,!. Leila star, and for each of Its points a bf Miss Ethel Moore at her COCOA Bakers lbe lOc
,Zane Grey's being done In the school, 'or Davis, State President, of Jacksonville symbolic word has been chosen home, where quantities' of late % can

*\ "Wagon Wheels"' The Club members(f vlsltors and other state and dis- "To Pray, to Think, to Love, to summer flowers and potted plants
were favored by a deUghtfful mu- trict officers of the Woodmen Circle Dare." And this star rests a 'a for this
jI Randolph Scottllonte upon formed perfect setting
Blue sical programs as follows: ; Dr. M. Crawford, National full-blown cotton-boll. lovely meeting.. POST TOASTIES 2 Pkgs. 13c
Piano "Two#Intermezzi" P.
solos Auditor of BlrminghamqV.; In the United States there are
1,. AlsoI'OPEYE '"NocturneMn' F Mrs E. W, Hayes, leader, was In
(Brahms) and Miller State of Lakeland -
Manager, ,
1041 Chapters of the U. D. C. The ,
After the CHOCOLATE 1-% I Ib.: 2So: Post's Pkx.
and "Gar- '1 charge of the meeting
t rr Sharp Majcvr" (Chopin) ; Mr.. Herbert Beers, Head three largest numbers being InVirginia. Baker's Premium BRAN FLAKES lOc
and business session,
devotional .
SUN.MON.. OCT. 14-15 dens In the Rain" (DeBussey' .) by Counselor, of Florida, and Mr. 131; South Carolina, 126; InterestIng INSTANT SwaiudownPO8TCM.
L an -
Mrs. E.
Miss Mona Alderman. Henry McCUlly Past State Counselor 122." Biggs gave 4os'can Sec
if. "CARAVAN"Loretta and Georgia "The And 25c CAKE FLOUR. Pkg.
Special Glee Club Chorus, "For- of th!: Woodmen. of the The'annual convention of the reading' ,
+a Young get-Me-Not" accompanied at the World. Nine.
j Division TT TV C will beheld
Chaa Boyer piano by Mrs F. H. Long. ._ 'in Tampa next-week, beginning ; During the social period Miss I' Octagon Super Suds, 2 for _-_, ______ I5c
s Jean Parker "The Rosary" by assisted her sister, Mrs.
Vocal Moore by
Evelyn ojn'Hpnored
-- on the 16th and
Mrs. W'B. Granger. R, B. Alvarez, served delicious refreshments Octagon Soap, Giant, 4 bars ____,__19c
ed TUES.- WED:. OCT. 16-17, On,Sixth Birthday> : '. the 18th; and the W T,
was enjoyed of lemon pie and hot
A period
'II ,"Age..Of Innocence" when the hostesses, Mrs.. J. L. Jesse Newsom entertained f.Mra. Weeks by Mrs.Chapter r.::. A.will Davis.be ,,represented coffee. Nutley'Oleo Per Pound _________ 12c |

Irene'Dunn-John Bole Peek Chairman, and Mrs. H. V. number: of little folks at'her, ,I GRAPE JELLY 216oz. jars _____ 35c |
''y j Knight, Mrs m, L. Biggs, Mrs. G: home Saturday,'afternoon",.: honoring Baptist Church Activities Ladies Auxiliary Meets -

*THURS.-FRI.MAE WEST, OCT.In 18-19 M. Ionian Mrs. B. Jacobs and Miss her little daughter, : Evelyn, <, ,r At Davis Home Doggie Dinner DOG'FOOD 2 Cans 15c
'1 1 J a. Hazel Middleton, served delicious whose sixth birthday' anniversary 'Wednesday evening at the regular -

"Belle Of TheNineties" sandwiches and'Iced tea. 'was that date. mid-week prayer service; J. The Ladles Auxiliary of the SWIFT JEWEL OIL, Pint ?.________ 13c

', I.' ,The afternoon sons spent In play- A. Maples, addressed the audienceon Presbyterian Church met at the
Cf' Miss Helen Prather spent Saturday : : Ing many outdoor games and late the,Temperance question" Rev. home of Mr R. J. Davis Tuesday PALMOLIVE SOAP, 3 bars for ____ 14c

I I'iTil ,In,.Jacksonville. in the afternoon Mrs. Nawsom Maples, who was for a number of afternoon with Mrs. Glen Searing SPINACH Fancy No. 2 10c

,, ,served the little folks refreshments years Home Board Evangelist'for assistant hostess. can
k', \ of ice cream and cake. Favors the Southern Baptist Convention The devotlonals were conductedby .
>i: .' BED. ROOM. SUITES AT A GREATLY were toy wrist watches and candy. spoke here under the auspices of Mrs. 0. H.:.Lowry, the subject '

REDUCED PRICE Evelyn was the (,recipient of the Florida Baptist Convention. being "Player.. This was followed IONA PLAIN OR SELF-RISING

N'' .i d J many lovely birthday gifts from A Men's Bible Class la being organized with the solo, "Teach Me To 6-lb ,12-lbs. 24-lbs. 48-lbs.
KITCHEN CABINETS "MARSH"t her little friends. Those Invited I and the first class will be Pray" sung by Miss Lucile Mitchell. -

:r i, FEW FRONT ROOM SUITES AT A to share this happy occasion were:I held Sunday! morning with the .' FLOUR 27c 47c 89c

i;:. REASONABLE PRICE Luc l.',Bowers, Betty McRae, pastor;' Rev. C. B. Price as. teacher. Mrs. Chas. Ward conducted] the $1.77
service for' Missionaries.
Barbara Jean prayer
Marjorle ,
!, :, PORCH ROCKERS GOING AT, $3.5Q EACH Johns Norwood Guilford'' Monte Next Wednesday and Thursday During the business session pre-

a Don't Forget Blankets, Cold Weather Hutching,,. Vivian McRae Jeanette October 17 and 18,.the New River sided over by the president. Mrs. GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH. Plain or Sliced
t Dan and Van Priest, Jerome Association will 'meet with our E. M. Davis, Mrs. H. H. Young 14-Oz 18-Oz. 21Oz'

Wi: Is Coming i! Johns, Julia Marie Dampler, Jose- church for its annual meeting. read a letter of appreciation from

} YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD ATDENMARK'S phine Johns, Barney McRae, Jr., Morning and afternoon sessions the Mossop School for girls In' the BREAD'6c 8c lOc
w Wanda Pearce, Ovada ''.Oaaaett, win be held each day and on Wed mountains of Tennessee; for the

Mack Futch. Hazel Fields, :Marian nesday evening at seven-thirty'o' luncheon mats made and sent to ANN PAGE DELICIOUS PURE FRUIT
{f FURNITURE STORE McRae, Ralph Leonard Alvarez, clock a report of the B. Y. P. U. them by the local Auxiliary

Billy Smith. Jimmy McRae Mar- work will be given by the President The Bible lesion which took up PRESERVES 216-ozJars 30c

STARKEPhone 151FLORIDA jorle Sue Mlddleton Sammy Carr, of the Federation which will the study of the Book of Nehe-

ft k Joan DobroWi Carolyn Keene, John be followed by an address at eight mlah,. was conducted by Mrs. Low SUNNYFIELD. FRESH CRISPCORNFLAKES

Anderson Patsy Keene.' Barbara o'clock by Rev. C. Mj Brittain, ry.
f '' State Secretary.. Dinner Mrs. Alta Irwin Greene a''former
r Keene and, B; C, Holzendorf, Jr. will be 6c
served on the grounds each day missionary in Slam gave a 8-oz.pkg.

HOTEL LEAMINGTON ---' Entertains Sunday, School Plans are also being completedfor splendid address on her 'work and
Training School to( be held experiences while there.
'{ J ', (\ t tI Class fejiw. 1'* at'' the Church beginning Sunday During the ;octal i hour which
Y Popular
"Miami's :Moat Hotel" 21c
f.,. "",., ,fail.IHO.Ii .oP'"<..r'f. ,ry's Sunday School Class of the Oct. 26. Dr. W. W., WUllan and Ucloua salad course.' -
;; workers from Jacksonville will .
Presbyterian Church, enjoyed a
NE 1st Street at
.Biscayne swim and weiner roast at the cot- conduct this study The hours for O. E, S. NoticeThe FANCY:BLUE ROSE

tage of Mrs. N..B. Hull at..Kings- :the school are seven-thirty to nine '
Park &
J.# Overlooking Bayfront : Biscayne Bay
o'clock each Starke Chapter Order ,of
, ley Lake Saturday afternoon: evening. In the afternoons RICE Pounds 21c
Opposite Union Bus Station It being LouielttStern's birthday departmental conferences Eastern Star, wlU hold Its regular -
will be held. meeting;:; Monday night at ..v- 2-lb. can
anniversary much l-lb Can
'pleasure was at'tbe'
o'clock Masonic
added to. the occasion :by her
bringing' her P.''T. A. Notice | HaIL IONA'COCOA lOc 19c
party guests- and
Lowest Rates Ever At this meeting the weather
7 Quoted shading her large beautifully dec- ,
orated birthday cake with the The Starke Parent Teacher's Association bags for the Della Green Fund ENCORE! S 8os. rkr'
will meet next Wednesday will be taken up. Following. the
I Single Room with Bath member. of the class, j s",.. afternoon.October 17, at three meeting. a social period,will be. en- MacaroH lie
__ __ .
---- _____.' Mrs. Lowry was. assisted In entertaining o'clock at the nigh school auditorium Joyed. r- -'' or Spaghetti

1w" Double,Room With .Bath _?._. 2.00 the young folks,by Mrs All members of the Chapter are .

ALFRED SIMONS 'I W. A. Stern,Mrs. Maria'Hull, Mrs. AU patron of the school and the urged to be present and all visiting

_.. .. Manager. ,'Carl Jackson and Mrs R.;'J. Da, public In general are Invited to attend members of the order that are .In THE .GREAT.A1LLvrIC &: PACIFIC,TEA COMPANYJ
vii _
this meeting. town are Invited. 1
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.f'ltJDAOCTOBER_. -_.- It.,lOst- _-_ _-_ ---.. BRADFORD---COUNTY----TELEGRAPH.-- STARKK.- FLORIDA-.c -=--==", _____'__, ... .. '. --- .- -- '. -_.-. ,- ..PAGEf.- -- ..FIVZd --..--
r- i I Mr. and Mrs. T. A.:Brlnson, of Little Xllaa Virginia Williams, out this picture the popular of next week. This picture y
;Hugh, were in Starke Saturday who has spent the summer herewith Wheels" will be I from Edith Wharton'a lf
i visiting their daughters, Mrs. Hul her uncle and aunt, Mr. and "Caravan" the |ray,, Pulltzw Prize Novel of the n
da Corpenlng and Mr. Charley E Mr,.A:,&. Williams at the MagndRa' .
Johns. 'JJotfll, left last week for herhomtflh mantic musical. to be shown '
Staten,, Island, N, Y., Rita Sunday and Monday, is 'much awaited Mae West
w..re1lhe'wm enter-Bcboo!. aided aa sensational. A "Belle Of The Nineties
Miss Lucia Baldsen, and Broth .,j' I cast is headed by Loretta Y titled "It Ain't No Sin,"
I er, George Baisden, Jr., of Jacksonville Charles, Jean Parker all
I Boyer has finally passed cen
spent Sunday In Starke News was received by'Mrs.. J.I ise Fazenda and C. Aubrey Is billed for Thursday and '
with their cousin, Mr. Jessie .)' tae W, Morgan and Mra Lalla Chase Brightened with lilting songs-Wed-nesday Wednesday"Wagon of next week, Otobor 18 i,
CONCERNING Blakely. Wednesday announcing the deathof crowded with every From what we are told ; !
PROGRESS OF their brother, Ozia Branning, peal, Caravan has an added no sin to see "pelle Of The :il
I Dr. H. B. McLendon and Mr. B. at his home jn Atlanta, Gs. On account and blood force that makes a now. ,,
Jacob. were among those attend' ; if Illness both Mr. Morgan picture epochal.The I .-- -- .;
Ing "Chapman Night" celebrated and Mrsl Chace were. unable. to at- screen' greatest at Franbrough,. Eng ', .J'}'
by the Lake City Chapter of EJk tend''' the funval. ::2.
Io team Irene Dunn and John the first time In the his : I
J. T. Oct. 10. ill
Mrs. Wednesday
Mr. and brings you a poignant love aviation, an ,'amphibian ;JJ t,
Wednesday In ,, Dale, VanStckel. of Hollywood, In "Age Of Innocence," which I ,waa Jaunched"; by a land ;;.f'' )! :,
The Woman's Missionary
California, arrived her. Monday to at tho Rita Tuesday and :I 1'. I
Mrs W. M. Wimberly of the Methodist Church will Join' Mrs. VanSickel for a 'visit ,Itor Jacksonville) : meet Monday afternoon. three- with her parent Shwltf''and Mr*.
thirty, at the church.: Devotional '
< W. -J. Epperson. Mr;':VanSlckel,
Mrs. L. M. Gray, of and business meeting.Mrs. former All-American football player Gertrude Kinlaw Florist
was a visitor here. W .Wm Brooker and little >from the University of Florida, Godbey, ,
bas recently bee,,nas1gned to playa
Elaine, and C.11m.\ -
Rev. C. B. Price and A. bach.daughter of Green Cove Springs, spent ture part, in Paramount'" new pic- FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
were visItors to In Starke visiting Mr. and "College Rhythm
flg Friday
Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Imbach. Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers
Mae West Picture Artistic Floral Designs ''
J. H. Hitch, of Judge and Mrs., A. Z., Adklna "Belle Of The Nineties"
spent the week-end in and family,, who have spent the At Ritz Next Week ,We TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Time
bis family. past three months at their Kings-
ley Lake house,.have moved back Member Florist Telegraph Delivery AHodation.
Mr. and Mrs. C, W. this week to their town home Saturday the screen at the A Uuarantaed and Bonded, Service i,
Heights, were Rit Theatre will be the picture,
Keystone 311: CHURCH ST.STARKE. PHONE No. 40
bere Saturday.Col. Mr. and Mr. B. R. Poppell and "Wagon Wheels" adapted from
i I [ daughter, Miss Ava Lou of Hastings Zane Grey's novel of that name, FLORIDA fi
Joe, Hill Williams, I i were guests last Friday and In which will be featured Randolph ,
Butler, waa a'' ,, I Saturday 'of Mr; and Mrs. Warren Scott and Monte Blue. Through '
here Thursday., E. Perkins and Mr. J. H. Poppell.
I -
W. R. Swaobom, of Ft Miss Mary Brownlee, a studentat .
spent the week-end at the Florida State College for Whatever may be your gro-
I'4'ry'Iud.' ., we are prepared" to +;
with his family. : Women, Tallahassee. will spend the :-ulflll them.
week-end' In Starke with her pa- TIP TOP
AMiss Elma Thomas, rents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Our goods are. fresh and our .blx
price reasonable. ,
Cove Springs, wall a 1 v
Starke Saturday.; I
I Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto *
Mr.. and Mrsl: 'Euetis: : : have returned home from a,three Pure Creamery GROCERY
New River, were visitors months visit in Philadelphia, Pa., ;.
urday afternoon. New York City, Washington D. BUTTER
C, and Orangeberg, .South Carolina. -. STARKE FLORIDA
Mr., and Mrs. F. M. .

visitors and little here son Saturday, of : Mr. and Mrs. J., M. Brownleewere Pound .... _., ., -_ 27c Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12th &,13th

In Jacksonville Sunday after-
air and Mrs. L. A. noon visiting their daughter Miss
H. V. Saxon, of i Martha Brownlee, who is in trainIng
visitors here Wednesday.Mrs. !! pital.for a nurse, at Riverside Hos- I FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ( ,

B. F. Hazen and
bedia Pinholster, of Johns, clerk, -
Carl city accompanied FRES11'e. '
visitors here Wednesday. by O. C. Rogers, of Tampa, !)ll4t'wtw\ rENQER.
left Wednesday for Humbolt, Ten CARROTS, 2 Bunches. ,rz....,,-15c..... BEANS 2 Lbs. ___""' ..._ 15c, ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. nessee, where they are transacting .
and daughters, Mary. and : business.. They will return York Imp. APPLES"51ba.' 25c SWEET '
and Mrs. S. E. I home Sunday. POTATOES' 10 Lbs, ___19c 'fiFr
spend Saturday in YELLOW < ,r: J

visiting Rev. -and Mrs. I I; dies Estelle Kendrick will upend ONIONS, 3 Lb. -_ -- __ lOc Large CEl.ERY"Fancy, ea' IUcNO. ( .
Stith. ,: I the week-end' with friends In I' .' -
I Gainesville and will attend the JRIIII BEAUTlFUJ'' 1 '.'\"&t.4,.

Fraternity Florida-Tulane dance football at. the game University and POTATOES, 10 Lbs. __.,.15c BANANAS, 4 Lbs. 'r-+.. ...:15c ryy

.. of!,Florida A,' Williams Tender CABBAGE, Lb. ___3c Eating'PPLES, Lge. Doz.2' ,,

i \ \\\\ \\ have Mr.' and resumed:'ljnaaagement-- jot( ALL HOURS,COFFEE, Ib'I
\\\\\ \\\\' I their cal.TheeLgnolia? after a NUCOA'OLEO, Lb. .. 16c. ill
V'I three months .vacation, during ItEAL GOOD

I which Urn. Mr*. Titus Olson had LETTUCE, Large He'td Bc LEMONS. Dozen __ _...:......_10c ,tyr
\ charge of this popular cafe.

Miss Ella Scobel Opperman,
1 Dean of MUHIC,,Miss Gladys Koch DAISY SELF-RISING 6 r BS. 12 LBS. 24'LDS..
1 and Miss Anna Mae Sharp, of the
I Music Faculty, Florida State College 1 ;f
for Women;Tallahassee, were FLOUR 27c SOc 95c

I dermaa.week-end,. guests,,ot Miss Mona Al- .

.'" \ Mrs. T, N. Kendrick returned
I Sunda yfrom a several, week visIt -
In St. Petersburg with her son- : 9 CANS .

: : Willie in-law and S. Gibson.daughter,She Mr.wa.and .Ire..accompanied Pork & Beans, can 41cN TOMATOES 3 for f 25ci

I i' and young son home,.,Willie by Mrs.Stevens Gibson, Jr., MILK 3 Tall Cans 17c WIIOLE UltAlV 4

who will visit jhere for several
week RICE 5 Lbs. 21c
,. I 10 Lbs. 25c '"

GENT .A WORD GRITS 8 Lbs. 25c MACKEREL 3 Cans ,25c.

I ,

SALE-Cabbage, collard and COFFEE 2 Lbse 25c OCTAGONSOAP&POWD.5forllc.
, rutabaga plants, $1.00 per thousand ,
now ready for. Betting. F. M. LARGE 1 s
Garrett. A. J. Grltfle' Farm,
Starke, Fla. 10-1241 BROOMS each 35c

MAN WANTED for Rawlelgb FANCY LONG ', SUPER SUDS, 3 for 25c'GRAIN 4
Route of 800 families. Good
profit for bustler. We train and ] 'ALL TKNDER-LARGE CAN
RICE < Lb.
help you. Write Immediately. 71hcR PEAS 2 For 25c
Rawlelgh Co.,. Dept FAJ-12S-SA, ni-rLANB
Memphis, Tenn. 122tpFOR

10. SALE-Seed See W. D. Groves Cane., Lawtey.Cayna TOBACCO 3 Fort./: .25c SYRUP, Pt. lOc; Qf. 20c

..' ,
10124tpd. CHEESE Lb. "
: WANTED TO BUY-Paper Shell FLOUR 'Pk' lOc
Pecans New crop: only. F. A.
1 : Scott Phone 84, Starke,, Fla Y

1-t-pd.FOR SALE-Household good, PAPER ,Roll p 5c MACARONIIMTJELLY,21b.7-oi.'PIc. 5c' ;
day some farm tool., etc. F. J. Pet- ,The Finest JELLY, 15- z. _17c .. .19c '
;;>Aof I tee Route 2, Stark No sales on

.'greater. I i iI' I I Saturday.CALLING. CARDS. any 28-3tp mIss, BACON, Lb. 16c LARD 4 L bs. '39c

.., \,. >< .. r 1100 for CO; $1.00 for-, 100. Monogrammed -

, I and 100 envelope tatlonery. $2.73.:100 Bradford.beetB
j County Telegraph.,Phone 29U.. I

FOR SALE-"Million* Genuine t

,, Maryland Missionary thousand Strawbtr-atCutleber.ry. 'Sirloin Steak, Lb._,,19c Rib Steak, Lb. .. __ ___ 17
ry plants. fl.CO'per
, ." 'Thurmond Farm. Smoked Sausage, Lb. _19c Brick Chili Lb.
____ ,
. Ala. lo- tp
. Outleberry Fresh: Link Sausage, Lb.. __22c
FALL AND WINTER *eed See -----
at White Store. Turnips -
arriving, mustard, cabbage beet, let- Picnic Hams, Lb. -...,._,.._20c Florida Pork.Chops, Lb. .20c
tuce, carrot, onion .et., garden Breakfast' Bacon Lb. FAT FRYERS
pea and rya. We appreciate your _UL..29c: Lb. 19c

! ) : buslneM. 28-4t LOAF '
: FOR RENT- Furnished entire second Ib.
floor. five room, private 32c "

L bath sink porch.In Also kitchen small and apart-largefront CHEESE Ribbon Swiss .. : ll '

meat.fit. Mr, *. H. Hamrick. S. Walnut p

, ,,ry t1fy ,, } ;;Flu, f r
..ji3'j., .'> W
l l4'.. !#Kfr

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''A OCTOBER 12., 'no.
= s; au""
I Hints To Housewives MIAMI-Bees swarmed through TALLAHASSEEThe RULES ON BONDS

1 a downtown Miami street recently court recently laid aupre,

Weekly Irom-Home Demonstra-| LIVE STATE NEWSNews and threw traffic in confusion tlons to Florida's down, Inst

FARMERS SECTION tlon Specialist, Tallahassee. on the corner by the police sta visions that new political and sub.dl..:

tion. M. Caraker of Pooler, Ga., security for the addition 1
of finally succeeded In trapping the funding bonds payment e.
Florida in Short Paragraphs
Conducted by Demonstration Agents SIMPLE DESSERTS swarm on an Iron pipe which sep- unless It Is cannot be Pled) :,
Studies of nutrition have proved L arates the police station from a owners In a by propert

that the best time to appease the railway line.. Pete Logan, traffic Unless such referendum referendum electlo,

natural human craving for aweet policeman, who was maroonedIn approval
-ce- -- is given the
-w- r- --- .. refunding
things Is just after meal The
a signal tower, said the situation carry only the can
dessert U the final course of lun- ROCKEFELLER!: DUE SOON CARRIERS "ROUND-UP" was as critical as the time contained in the pledge ot paYment

RURAL Tomato Phoma Rot cheon or dinner, and on its excellence JACKSONVILLE- John D.Rockefeler SILVER SPRINGS-About 150 last year when a skunk parked the court said original' bonda,
Control Is Found At depends much of the success .-, Sr.. will return to his carriers and branch managers of beneath the tower and preventedhim ping of this rule, any over-step.
COMMON SENSE of the meal. These dishes winter home at Ormond Beach the Jacksonville FlQtJda Times. from coming down. Id by the will be held iflVftl.
Experiment Station I may be simple or elaborate, and this week unless his present plans Union from all parts of the state -e-. T
By SPUDS JOHNSON quite often a simple Inexpensive are altered, .it has been learned attended a big "round up" at Silver -

HOMESTEAD-Fifty per cent dessert well prepared la more acceptable here. Springs Sunday, Oct.; 7. for USES HAWAIIAN BOARD STONE QUITS POST
than an elaborate concoc- extensive SILVER SPRINGS-First use TALLAHASSEE The
the of an -
TAKES NEEDLESS tomatoes -- purpose planning with.
WASTE more marketable sldered. of the Tom Flake Hawaiian hollow drawal of Julius F.
., circulation this fall. Jr
TOLL OF FLORIDA FARM control of phoma rot Is in ** WAR campaign swi
surf board by the AmericanRed eral! Emergency Relief
In the choiceof Admlnlstra"tor
planning a menu A trip to the Panama Canal Is
PRODUCTS EVERY YEAR this for South Florida ST.
prospect year PETERSBURG Car-
dessert depends upon the variety one of several trips to/be awarded Cross in its development for ;, as agent of Governor Dave
The production of crops Is hampered growers who follow control and richness of the foods rie Sweet, 'stat' press chairman best salesmen In connection with life saving Is being made at Silver SholU In the Key West rehablllta
methods worked out at the SubTropical has announced the Florida State .
pi by pests on all sides. Some Station here. that are to be served first. The the campaign. J. B. Lee, circulation Springs by national field representatives Lion program was announced bv
entomologists say that life Itself Is Experiment Chapter of America War Mothers from D. the governor.
heavier desserts are suitable only manager, was In change 01 c a
a struggle between man and pest. This disease each year causes after .a light meal, while on the will meet at Tampa Oct. 26-27. the party, whO'' took "glass bottom C. They are Raymond S .Eaton, Treadway of the state road' department .
the of a. large amount of
jotting Mrs. Ora
with pest gaming In the race. Yet other hand a light or simple dessert Ochiltree national pres- boat rides and enjoyed themselves Capt. D. Melville Carr and Capt. probably will be deal?_
3 when a farmer has overcome the tomatoes on the way to market. ident, will attend the meeting:.
Carrol nated as the
In would fit in well with a heavy while here. Bryant. They have been new agent, but tie
It loss the .
causes greatest
difficulties of production and staging, other : appointment, If
lunch or dinner menu. In general among experiments, Treadway accent!
brought a to maturity, there southern tip of the state but gives CASE A MISTRIAL S will *
crop ,heavy desserts Include pastries a series of demonstrations in free not'conflict with his
> is scant reason for failure to trouble to most fall and winter BRONSON J. Dampier must SEED BEING GATHEREDTALLAHASSEELIterally duties the present
protect rich cakes, and puddings and rich planing with the board, behind a governor said. There
the matured crop and obtain grown tomatoes. The spores that 'frozen creams such as parfaits and : face another trial for murder in mil 50-mlle-an-hour speedboat. The also will be no change in the

full benefit from it.. cause the rot develop on the tomato mousses. Light or simple desserts connection with the death of How- lions of Florida pine tree seed are surf board Is believed to be bet- ent set-up In Key West prea-

If Needless waste of their matured stalks, and from there or In consist of fruits, fresh or cooked, ard Robinson, Levy County dep- being gathered,. sold and shippedthis ter than a life boat In the surf and :
picking and washing get onto the uty sheriff. A circuit court month for In other '
crops Florida farmers and simple puddings and cakes, and jury planting handler than previous life saving
A growers dearly each year. It Is a fruit, causing It to rot before ices or sherbets recently said It was unable to states in the Southern pine belt. methods in still water. 666Mo.Id.

waste which, in addition to being I reaching market. reach a verdict. Dampier admit- The Florida Forest Service reported I T.klrt.. SalvV....
useless, can scarcely be afforded. Spraying the plants every week For warm weather, the light ted shooting Robinson but claimed a bumper crop of seed in MAY GAIN MOVIES I Checks ,Malaria In Three DajVColda

j Three of those wastes appear to t ten days with 4-4-50 bordeaux desserts are more popular and he did so In !self defense. Florida pine cones this season had MIAMI-Wholesale exodus of First Day
about this time of and fruit justly so,'because they are easier of I Had."....r Ne.
year during or mixture dipping the as C resutled in the buying 10,000 motion picture producing compan- raJgI. I. 80 'II..,_
it Is In either to prepare and on account of their PROBE HOTEL bushels of seed Fine Laxative and Tonic
i Immediately following the harvest soon as picked a ROBBERIES at Lake City by of United Artists cmfwypOaaetao
season. 1-150 Sulfoclde solution or a 5 nutritive content produce less heat MIAMI-Detective Chief L. O. the U. S. Forest Service for plantIng les from California was Mo.t Speedy H. .niin Kton.If .
solution of has for the. body In the process of di Scarboro left here last week for predictedhere : THB CIRCI'IT "
** Florida citrus growers have an per cent bqrax given In Mississippi and other states. -Joseph M. Schneck, president lION (OIIIT. 8M'0.
opportunity to save from two to i very effective control, accordIng gestion. Tampa to assist W. D. Bush chiefof Another 1,200 bushels of the seed of United Artists, If Upton I Cue SCERY.rO''IITY, FI.ORIII II

three million dollars generally lost i to a point announcement by The dessert should form a con- Tampa detectives in an investigation are being gathered now by Civil- Sinclair, Democratic nominee, Is James !Holllnicaworth a minor. by

through careless handling of the I Dr. W. B. Tisdale, plant pathologist trast in flavor, appearance, tex of hotel robberies in the ian Conservation. Corps boys In elected governor of the state and friend Annie Holllngftworth, hl. ne xt

fruit from the tree to the car. and Stacy Hawkins assist ture and temperature to the two cities' last week end. Police Northwest Florida camps for use succeeds In making his tax pro- Plaintiff
cuts stem ant. Two pounds of tar added to courses which have preceded it. said they believed the robberis in the state forest service's own law Schneck who 'Tr'lIbY
Clipper long punctures gram accompanied J. J., et al.
rn' bruises and scratches are some of each fifty gallon. of the dipping The nutritive value of the dessert were committed bY the same ban-, reforestation program. Both longleaf by Douglass Fairbanks, Sr., Defendant

the things which open the way for solution will make It adhere. to the and Its relation to the other dli... : and slash pine seed are being passed through Miami yesterdayen Order('.nt.. \Publlratlun o. ana .

blue and green mold decays and fruit better. foods of 'the meal should be con- -,-.- harvested. route from Havana to New Trt..)State of Florida)

consequent losses. 'Obviously, the In the experiments, from fifteento tlon DEATH DEPLORED York said he believed adoption her To hu.band.Eva Killian of Wayn and J..vlll.W.,Kllllnn North

way to make the saving here is to twenty per cent of the tomatoes TALLAHASSEE The State MUST RAISE GARDENS of the Sinclair program would Carolina and H. J. Crawford of En,.

avoid the things which cause loss. from sprayed plants developed TOBACCO GROWERS MAY Board of Control recently adopted OCALA-R. El ,McDonald recently result In Florida gaining a $150- Land lenton.bank Pennsylvania of Columbia: Th, Federal'
"a foreign
Stllll another unnecessary loss phoma rot on the way to market GET MONEY FROM SALE a,resolution regretting the recent appointed administrator for 000.000 industry. In any event corporation with lt,. principal plao*
'- on Florida farms Is the toll taken while fruit, from unsprayedvines OF UNUSED ALLOTMENT death of Dr. E. L. Wartmann, of' FERA District No.. 3, announced he added, Florida has a promising ollna.of burin*** In Columbia. South Car.

each year by the corn weevil. It .developed sixty to seventy Ocala a former member of the last week a policy of requiring all future as 'a picture, making state You and each of YOU fake nntlp

Is estimated that this pest takes percent rots. The washes reducedthe GAINESVILLEFlorida flue- board. The resolution described rural clients to raise gardens. If taxes upon that industry are ,that the plaintiff by bin next friend

one-fifth of the corn wop which disease from one to five per cured tobacco growers may get an Dr. Wartmann as "one of Florida's "This Is going to be compulsory" "sane and slnalble." ,bill ban In of the complaint above entitled against I can yon.,seek filed

cent on the sprayed plots and cut unexpected $10,000 to $13,000 from finest citizens," and praised him the administrator, asid. "Rural, a ing- the foreclosure of tax lien over
I In half the amount or rot tnat developed the sale of their unused A.A.A. allotments fcuhis, service In reorganizing and clients must raise gardens to stayon IDENTIFIED AS ROBBER I Bradford the following County described,Florida premlHea, to-wit: In

on unsprayed check plots, to farmers in North and Improving higher education in the the relief rolls." He added that KISSIMMEE -Albert Croft. Lot 5, 8, 11, 12 In SubdivisIon I nf
State. he thought it would be one of the Pasco NE'4 of Sec. 7, Two. 7 S.. R Z2 E,
Dr. Tisdale says.The ., South Carolina who have produced County cowboy, had been and all of the NW' of NEH Kant:
Station Is also making progress over their allotments. a best things the relief agency has identified by Cashier Paul Kirk- of Road of said Section Township
TWINS EXACTLY ALIKE done. The policy as to city relief and Range
of the
patrick as one three
In experiments with varieties The Florida Agricultural Exten- it I. ordered that YOU and each
WINTER PARK-rStudents, and clients will be detremined later
who robbed the Citizens State of
i you are hereby required to
that resistant to the appearto
are more, sion Service here has sent unused
Faculty at Rollins college, unless MacDonald said. The Rural Rehabilitation Bank St.: Cloud of $9,301.57 last said bill of complaint In laid
rots. allotments for half million pounds cauae on Monday November 6th,
they are Identification experts, and Social Service Department March..
Klrkpatrlck first witnessto 1934, otherwIse the bill of complaint
to: the agricultural extension. servces
I are due to have a lot of dtfflcul- are now making a aur- testify after the jury had been will be taken an confemed by yon.
The "Osalavakhim, a society In of North and South Carolina It !I. Ordered that this notice be published -
: during, the next few
weeks In
vey of all .rural clients to determine selected said he had
Russia to further aviation, has for sale to farmers who need a once each week for 4 con..u.tlve -
than members. identifying the Suck twins from whether it will be possible picture of''John Dillinger as "no week In Bradford County Telegraph -
more them. The farmer who buys will
a vtibllfhi-d In
Czechoslovakia.Leo: For each to plant a Fall and Winter doubt" like the newspaper
looking leader of
There are twenty-six municipal make a order payable to Bradford County Florida.. Wit no..
libraries In thou money and Henry Suck, the twins, garden, the administrator said. the trio. Under cross-.examlna- my hand and the official seal) of
Tokyo. Eighty the Florida farmer who sells. The '
have said Court at Btarke Bradford
enrolled at Rollins
this year The will be made in all tlon defense
sand persons visit them daily. price, set by the government, will : survey "" by 'counsel' Pat Whit-" County Florida this 27th day of September
as foreign exchange students counties of "district. of
aker Tampa, Klrkpatrtck said A. D 1934.
be five cents a pound and the They look as much alike,i both in i (OFFICIAL SEAL)
goes into the crib, resulting In a C he had forgotten much of the testimony -
delivered A. J. THOMAS
orders will be to
loss of something( near another money his face and physique, as two peas [ India's population .has grown he had given_ !at ,the.,pre'Umlnary AS Clerk of Circuit Court,
the farmer through county
I in '
a'pod. Florida.
million dollars annually. The priceof 34,000,000 in a decade. hearing.. Bradford County
'agent, according to D* E. Tim- 1O55t12.AV'8 .
one bushel of corn Invested in
gtfclba Selectorf site carbon bisulphide will protect mona, of the Agricultural Exten- .
sion Service..
never j oU for less than from 50 to 100 bushels. All that Is '
necessary to prevent this damages The'allotments were made on a

to husk the corn, place It in anairtight basis of eighty yer! : s:$nt of ,the

crib. .or &ln anq
for tW i lY--'o\II' hours with car- ill used over seventy per cent of /

iiOr ofrJuattMhkrlong bon bisulphide tone pound to 100 the base some reduction is madeIn Engine
the adjustment payments.: This :
'IjtavaiuTand Imported to.bacco cubic feet of space
considered, Mr. Timmons feels
A third of waste on Florida -
for only 5 two to three cents a pound on the
de MECfiA.get sweet potato crop. It Is estimated :
unused allotments by selling them. i
that from 300,000to 500,000 bushels warehousemen from, the "
the tncnt Several
yourevefxTOught. one-fourth' of the
or about Carolinas have been in the state / f$2030
Is lost each through the t'asaving'
crop. year' and tried to,buy th unused allot -
ravages of disease 'organlam. A '
ments. Indicate ,
I.Uwlt Cl r Mf*.Co.Maker* large part of this loss can be Iteports overproduction .
in those states. and that
Newark. N.J avoided simply by being more farmers will buy the unused allot- I
Careful In digging Bruises and, blemishesand handlingthe ments Instead .of paying the tax L LILI' II
placed on overproduction by' the ; %
digger cuts open the way for last Congress. Only,farmers who

and these cuts organisms and separating-avoiding the bruises blemished have signed tobacco reduction contracts -

MELBAOAINKSVUXB potatoes for the family tableor can purchase them.. I

another for market.desirable Disinfecting precaution.binsIs 4,000 GIVEN ACRES ZINC TUNG.TREATMENTTO -'OIL- !I! ...

Practically 'an ,of the diseasesand CORRECT BRONZING '
insects which cause (lose In the ..
,*' k'L: !
mature crop 'can be avoided by
GAINESVILLE-More 'than 4- -
OAINKSVUXB CANDY CO. taking a few simple precaution.
of oil In Florida has
Tialnre-rillsx .,.. VIstbe that return big dividends. 000 acres tung
been treated with sine for brona-

lug, according to reports reaching
I Harold Mowry assistant directorof
OICLBACleansing? tion.The the Florida Experiment Sta-

Experiment Station a few
weeks ago officially announced the

discovery that zinc Is a cure for

Cream bronzing of tung oil, trenching of 1

citrus, rosette of pecans and white- I .

bud of corn, troubles that cause ,
I heavy losses over a.large area.. In -

Florida., m'A -

Experiments with sino as a cure -

for bronzing of tung trees.beganIn

a small way In 1931, and large .

amounts ,were applied by growers .1pIe

on the basis of preliminary results The more hlll -prl ed.canrolllook..at-the mort
grained from talking with the ,4 --AT ,
FORD V-',FEATURES you,MO..Here .
and from
workers cooperative.
their farms.. .
tests on
ore some efthemtV8
Difference in response'of. the ',
trees to the treatment has been CylfatJer= E. .. I Free Action f*. aO/*-
SlaaU Pas. dewVielo. V_' WsMeU J
50'Beauty's observed, butt, on soils where tung
".. oil Is usually 1-4 pound of Ulsifo. Co.pbMly Vstei.Jaekek4IT.rea.
.... fin.. ey1Wer." Up***
aIDe sulphate\ applied around each Only.Ford' has been able' to put the V-type.engine into % SlesdaB..rAxl, Wall*

treeS baa_been ,enough to bring holds A........ c,...... ...I Tugstost Extra VaN. Seal
.. about rapid recovery from bronzing su inexpensive car-the type of engine that. :SH GaOea Cewltsw: STSMSB' r 1__ ....II"""'"

f'. _ .' la the experiments, 1-2 on water, land and in the air.That'a DuI..Dj nai Drmft Ciirij lliBlay 1:.... VahweFORDVB
: ;, pound per tree applied in the ... ,.. s. ..... W..... Siesi .pe&e Wbsle I
spring and early summer gave almost ( why the Ford V4I give such outstanding perfornunee. "- stbsssbu ".".. BooI7

immediate results. At SO or 60 the Ford V-8 !. Just loafing"" -
Detailed Instructions for apply
Foundation ing the zinc advices concerning long smoothly: effortlessly.: It can do 80 and better. $505

bow long it Ie..likely to last reports mmdmf

Your face"muse be clean to be beautifuL: It's the of results from spraying }ton [The Ford V4I engine gives yon V-type 8-eylinder per ,. o. B.

'foundation of the trees and other Information Ionnanee at a saving of at least'2000. It to the most I Dt IIU
everything. Melba Skin Cleanser is tung oil growers may obtain from

exactly: adapted to your type of skin. Ic goes into the Experiment' Station at Gaines economical Ford to operate ever built

the pores more thoroughly and gets the dirt out ville. Drive. the Ford Y-8. Drive It how yon wID-where yon

best. Ic leaves the skin soft,, exquisitely smooth and Planting Italian. rye grass on '1riIL See how much yon get for decidedly)little cost ..... ..... 11 _

mtvtr enlarges delicate pores. the lawn this. month will keep. the
lawn green ali'>>winter. '

;. //year Swrr< ta**.i supply yu, send. kit nma. .' .- J. W. ANDREWS Jr. .
There.are now seventy auto-rail

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-- -_____ ___ _' _______._ .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEQUAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA ___ PAGE SKVKJT_ ,a
: DIRECTORY: T- m --. -- -. ..-_.. '-- ----_._.. _.. _____ ... _0' .-- ----. ---------- -- .. -. _. nu .. .- ,- -_..
Hans For Five health groups.. He was the first

First Baptist"Church BEHINDthe L District Sanatoria president of the National Tuberculosis

sunday Rt\'. School C.Worshlp-ll:00 a Price-10:00:, Pastor:a. m.a. m. Ir[The Story of the BJbte! Told in, Pictures I Recently ApprovedThis ,sanatorium, Association in this and country.built the first The

tornlng 1934 Christmas Seal will carry a
The 'testis" vetante .. of life"means
]9. Y. P. U.---6::1f> p. m. "average length picture of that first sanatorium

tvenlng jrshlp-7:30: p. m.lld.Week CapitalNew... .. .-..-....... .. men women and children. affectionately known as The Lit.
) Prayer Service--7:30 E The threat of tuberculosis, a disease tie Red. ,

Ttr OSCAR < .. which spares neither youngnor
JOH V9OV! C* .
':O-u i are Invited to all our uerv- cad KENT WATSOV: O .. old rich or poor, wise or foolish CASK FS-lli '

means a shorter term of life Traanury Intermit
ices. 7 R v.nti* ..rvf.a Alcohol Tae Unit,.
for every person than he would. rot Hurt Uuimine, Atlanta Ueorll'''
Methodist Church The Supreme Court last week A', have were the disease prevented In October 8 1034. Nbtlco {s livrvbyBlvon

Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. bolstered!\ up considerably the Gov. 1 "r iJ.".,;. fact as It Is preventable In theory Ford Truck that ,an 1630 Auituiit Model IS l ,Motor 1M ';J JA.UOU. .

Sunday School-10 a, m. ernor's campaign against slot ma g' Florida, by mean. of an organized WB. ached' In Htarke.
>1 a. m. \ Urmlford County, Florida for violation .
i Morning Worship chines. It reversed the lower .. 4. war on tuberculosis, Is Making of Section 3460, United State
| Epworth League-6:45: p. m. court In Duval County which enjoined MS progress. Health departments, n.vl.Ilatut.. ..: any portion claim,
1 Wo.rshlp-7S0 m. a ln ,r laid automobile meat file claim.
1Evening p. the sheriff from Interfering 4 tuberculosis associations "
nursing with' mr offlow on or before Nov.her .,,,* N
you are invited to all these serv.eJ. with the machines in that services are constantly searchingfor 6, 1934. and Klve bond for oo ta $
county. Results of this their for transfer of forfeiture) proneodInsra +
Injunctionwas new cases are untiring to the united States LMwtrlct I,
that Duval's more than 1,000slot efforts to discover the disease Court or it will be old .. providedIn
Presbyterian Church Section 84UO, United. Htate\, Hevl -
machines in when the for Is
operation were earlier! hope cure .. .
I George H. Lowry, Minister .rt atatute It. K. Tuttle, Acting
Rev School. immune pending appeal to the supreme greater, and are Ublng every possible IMUr. y,
m.-Sabbath .. 10.6-I8.1e-t: : .
10:00 a.
court. The Governor's war method to help people protect
M.-Morning Worship; .t
1100: A. on slot machines started in Aug r sah themselves against the disease. h

anon by the pastor. ust. Sheriffs were given until A tuberculosis sanatorium in : ""

6:30 p. m.;Junior Christian En. Sept 10 to clean house. All were I Florida would help us to our goal wKERVE S'Q)

savor Evening1 Worship.BOB able to do it except the sheriffs oi --'J ., earlier, authorities say., An Institution t
7:30 p. m- the several counties estopped by of thIs sort is the approved .

injunction proceedings. The supreme method for segregating the carriers 6

court holds that a slot machine of the disease and offering

JONES as such, Is not a gambling GMos. I treatment for those who are Ill. i

device but holds that it can be The Florida Advisory and Plan- 1+

] made to operate as such and ning Board recently approved a
I Comments On Here when thIs is done it Is Illegal. The plan submitted by the Florida Tuberculosis

And same may' be said of a deck of Board which calls for

lIereafter'J playing cards a pool table and any five district sanatoria. The tentative

number of devices Innocent in plans for the first institution -

The trouble with our modernudnesa themselves but potent in Its capacity have been completed.The .

world is clear to the mind to separate one from his world at large celebratedthe

tf f this writer. Few representative hard earned dough. eighty-sixth birthday,anniversary .

Lslnesa men' have the proper appreciation of Edward Livingston. Tru- ,; kri
of real values. Let me deau last Friday October 5. Dr.
Uustrate. Some years ago I call- While they may frequently hope .. Found by. Pharaoh's Daughter.-When Moses was born his mother hid him three months, evading Trudeau's birthday was commemorated --i

rd on a prominent banker and Ilashed that the fundamental issue may be Pharaoh's command that the Hebrew male babies were to be cast Into the river. "And when she by hospitals sanatoria,

him far some advice. A determined upon lawyers generally could not longer hide him she took for him an ark of bulrushes and put the child therein] and she laid it schools, and medical and public

'doss had a few thousand dollars do not expect the Supreme .by the river's brink. And his sister stood afar off, to wit what would be done to him. And the daughter UP TO ratsears hi ww1D-

\, cash which she wished to Invest Court to do more than decide the of Pharaoh came down to wash herself at the river; and when she saw the ark among the flags, she every nerve at Ugh tension.Me a'

In i She could take no chances Issue In question upon "TECH- sent one of her maidens to fetch it. And when she had opened It, she saw the child s and behold:! the CIII I LDRENSCfiLDS wonder you snap at the)wtf. R

losing the principal and In- NALITIES" as the late Governor babe wept. And the had compassion on him, and said, This i. one of the Hebrews' children. Then saith and bark at the ehUdrea.'
on Pharaoh's Shall I and call to thse of the Hebrew that she Watch out! Overwork**
that she must live on the Gilchrist was wont to characterizethe his sister to daughter, go a nurse women, may
slated "Place It real estate. practice. This may in truthbe nurse the child for thee And Pharaoh's daughter said unto her Go. And the maid went and called thechild' tafim may lead to Steeples**

interest. on on real estate are said of the Court's decision on mother. And the woman took the child, and nursed It. And the child grew, and she brought him J7 earn.Indigestion Nervous; Ueadaehe.and host NarvMM -

First mortgages the banker I advised the question of the local option unto Pharaoh's daughter, and he became her son. And she called his name Mo.Psf, and she said, Because el er. distmbinnem 'I
said unpleasant
lih.safe' widow to do( what the banker elections scheduled for Nov. 6. Upon I I drew him out of the .atero"-Ex. 21| 3-10. From MorUn'a story of the Bible In pictures Way dowY yon try Dr. UOtBffertwMMrt

I said. She did it. Now she has a test case brought by Harry Nervine TaMeta*
her Wells, of Chipley and Tallahassee Just tits in a half glass etf ;
several vacant on have been Imported In admittedlyclose NOTICE water makee a pleasant, vpetrlv
former Chairman of the State
hands which she had to take over elections to participate as h'e 'e
democratic Executive Committee, There will be a Homecoming .. drink deUghtfiaUy uiithlHB
I She baa no income and cannot pay "repeaters" along the same linesas day at Long Dranch Church Sunday K .. ...... "' ...
her taxes. I have lived long enough the court held that it was not employed at Tampa to the tuneof 1ft'1ft'T Oct. 14th. Dr. HOMf Nervtaf II -1'

to learn that the biggest businessmen mandatory upon the County Com more than 6,000 votes. Many Box We Invite all members to be ..... la tw* term* tiqpmtMVwm ... ...
missioners to call an election as Tablet. Both bsvs
know real val- *
do not always observers are wondering how it is present also the public come and
provided or suggested in the resolution be MUM Mottling ......
lues another widow who
I know
much less
that Georgia polls so be with us. We also cordially in
of the 1933 legislature /UM at year ... MM .
bad a little money to invest. She a per capita vote In major elections Cleveland. Tenn. vita the Bradford County SIngIng s4
the amendment repealing -
I loaned It to a good man. ThIs submitting than does Florida. October ,1034.. Convention to come. l'l.' ,.) c.J ,
J good man has lost all he had ex- the 1918 prohibition amend Editor, There will be dinner on the .
( .).( (; ) t
is almost ment. e 7.:1'
Icept his own honor. He The burning question of the moment Starke Telegraph ground for e It(

I going hungry now to pay the wl- The question which Wells and politically is "will the Starke Fla all.S.. L. Harris Clerk. e v 4tq ( )(if NEkVTNF. fki
Idow what he owes her. There laloo other Interested lawyers wanted Homestead'' Exemption Amendment" ,
Dr. Bob Jones the well known
, '.
substitute for common sense decided specifically was whetherthe
It Is generally conceded
land honor. Of course some good boards of county commissioners that pass.if the election were to evangelist and the founder and IF YOUR w

I men don't have good Judgment. had in tact authority to call be held tomorrow the amendment president of the Bob Jones College .

I Give me a man with good commonsense such elections.. William Blount would be ratified. Six weeks ago located here?' left today for FUNERAL DIRECTORS ;

( and an honest heart and I Myers county attorney of Leon this would have been a foregone Baltimore where he sails October BREATH HASA'
( would not be afraid to lend him held that the boards have no such conclusion. However there Is no Our Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Ue to Reader '
1 common Now the still I II 3rd for an evangelistic tour of the EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
money. Men with good authority. question denying that since the Inauguration ,
Innse. under ordinary conditions la much in the dark still.. Boards I of the>high powered publicity Continent of Europe and.the BrIt. SMELL YOUCAH'T MODERATE PRICES "

I will not borrow money unless they may not be compelled to call such campaign by Frank Jennings' All. Ish Isles. Dr. Jones was accom DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY'1.' \ .,

(can pay it. When good men borrow elections, but the question Is do Flqrlda Protective League that panled by Mrs. Jones Miss Marjorie STARKE, FLORIDA ''f'

( money they intend to pay the those who have .called elections act: the amendment's chances for ap. Parker. National Secretaryof FEEL WELL a.4For

I debt. legally "M, ,I. u ..I 1 -' proval has been losing ground. the Young' People' ,FellowshipClub. ]
-.MA' 'However the advocates of the and private secretary of Dr Wb'"'a a ... ... .r.k .o h.. 41Mad. "i
H..I\ .rRed -i Jones Rev. James Zellner and .. ...... Ou< ...... ___ ..... (
stocksand ratificationof amendment find satisfaction In ; ) ..row ... of w Mtk lad. .. N r
values are not in In the event of the the thought that the Jennings Rev, Fred Brown of Birmingham ..4 ....... w. .... tba g. uea .. taws ftN
bonds. Nobody knows what the repeal amendment next No- I Alabama, and Rev. 'Jimmle Johnson oil .w w ..... It se.bas rswots Expert RepairingSmith's
with cash for
stocks and bonds are worth. The at least "half dry" legally. Hills- forces well supplied _, sad r wee an asrtkigawwgrs. .
and Es- ; !actual needs started too late. of Montgomery;, Ala. These .. II. _,.......a.tba....,
price fluctuates. Character has borough Plnellas, Monroe .*.*. three young ministers are graduates w.... -*-. *- s ta. ...... es- Ira.Ju1s..a'4 I
eternal value. A man who Is rightwill cambia will be automatically wet MMMM of the Bob Jones Dr Haul ft. What. .la .*. ktt. ....,
College. It UM era .1boI has or the County a
Interested There The recent meeting
do right. God is more In the event of repeal. and Mrs. Jones. and Miss. Parker: 1...,. Ual.. S *>_ .. H am Ocxrlae tnmananr
in what we are than what been much misunderstanding!\ as to Democratic Executive Commit- will return to Cleveland during the .. I.. ... Garage

we do. God knows that men do the counties which were actually 'teemen at Orlando was by no Christmas holidays The three l.p ....'= ,:

right permanently are permanently yvet when the prohibition amend ,means as serene and pleasant all ministers nr i w/wa/ ell ens .- .. .. .. ll,

right in their own hearts .*... ment to the state constitution was I appeared on the surface old timers young for at least will a year remain sponsoring in Europe war tr4r.. ear ds.r Mesh sea .. .w_ ._WC .-,. .AtIlt."."):JoV' Phone 120 -- Et.
ratified In 1918. Among the counties were worried. There Is every evi young people's revivals, especially C yw da. .". ....-we MI. IDle II h
The world needs a revival of the that have called local .option :dence to be had confidentially that sar d...a a. s -... w t.a. s ,*-:: Wrecker
la the British Isles. They are Service
a.-d" IIo 11sM 4Ae..f.Mai Day Night
In Florida .Q.i4 or
old time decencies. We need to elections or "straw votes" effec the younger element working under the auspices of the [ !

get back to those days when a tive when and as the repeal amendment politics Is in a state of mind bordering National Association of Young .-ot-. Jh Ih&.....t'1".plooatle ;;::
man's hIs Alachua on revolt against the present ; ::
word was as good as is ratified are: People's Fellowship Clubs.In -
bond, back to those days when wo- Brevard. Charlotte Citrus, Collier order of things. Thla younger & "is. 1tl.. I J

men had to have good names If Columbia. Dade, De Soto, Flagler, element wants Its Influence and Interest an Interview: here; today' Dr. .KMpl b" .MM Ask us COT Carters w ww Uuta DMO

they had social position, back to Glades Hardee Hendry Hernan- more definitely felt and ap Jones said "What the world .... tor-4W. M, C.st.Ce."It's ,. Now! Prices Reducedit-it
those days when people believed do, Highlands Lee Marion Manatee preciated. For the olsters in the needs Is a revival of"the old time.

In a Just God who would not look Okaloosa Orange Pasco, addle for the moment, much uneasiness religion. There Is nobbing the flatter
Lucie existed as to what the Orlando : with us exceptwe) substitutedgold .. _" '' I!' .
upon sIn with the least degree of Polk. Putnam, Sarasota, St. -I: 'I.r'"Jl\) !" "" ) '. .J;
allowance back to, those days Martin Indian River, Osceola, Vo- meeting would result In. for God and now that we are -.at .;W" ONGenuine ti:
when : the The story,is,' apparently well sub In distress we have learned that
men believed in hell and Jn lusts Bay: October 6th ,was
heaven stantiated Is that certain of the gold cannot save us, so we are
back to those days when last day for action on petitions "
men knew that what they sowed which may have been filed. olsters In the power telegraphedor turning back to .God. Bayer AspirinTint }f.i f..
they would have to reap back to otherwise. communicated ,with .
those days when the gospel of the Fourteen of the forty-eight the youngtsers they believed that
We wish to
grace of God was preached from they could control to stay away express our appre
In slight
failed to even
states have i
elation to those who were so kind
Practically all pulpits and the peo- relief from the Orlando meeting. Well
Ple In the pews believed the mes- est measure match defined rumor Is to the effect that to us during the recent Illness and ALLCONCRETE ofJ2 Toblet.NOW .
Florida Is one among 'uuu r
funds. a
death of
brother Artemas D. ,
our ,
age and had confidence ''in the i If It bad not been for the Roosevelt .I.)
messenger. Others are Alabama, Mls"I Arkansas.Georgia IPpl. ; and the New Deal appeal by Hall. The floral offerIngs were Bottle of 34 ;t

Louisiana South Harry Wells at the July meetingof very much appreciated.' from )here on"! Tablets "'lt'I
North Carolina, '
BLUE SCHEDULES Nevada, Mrs. Alma: S. Surrency,
BUS State Democratic Executive
tb Oklahoma. Tennessee, .Ellen y" ; :
Carolina Mrs.
Daily effective Sept. 1, 1934 Wiscon Committee meeting, J. B. Hodges ,Hunter. 4
Northb unct--4:18: a.. m., 1:59: p. Virginia,, Washington and all of these ,of Lake City would have been"unhorsed" ::,6a.,
SL. :3:24 sin. Unless any that time. N20W5
p. m., 9:19: p. m. make some effort to match at SUODENL C
Southbound-2:18 a, m., 9:34: a. least In, part FERA grants 1--- ; ; after e ;
*, 12:19: p. m., 6:00 p. m. that these states There Is no question but that W tkesome mllee of nervoue driving
Tickets: and information at chances are C. Hodges of Leon will be next
on ordlaavy roada
Florida will a pleasing
off I gray
will be "cut
courthouse.smith's Service Station. next to unable to do anything about It until president of the Senate but there Why Hospitals Use ribboo of eoncrete swings Into :'Tl:6t t N

the legislature meets next April. Is, nevertheless a smouldering resentment Hfw.' Jota .. "rbest'klcka i .
the Senator's "too
Sine the state can Issue no bonds over Laxative tire tnonbllag.! ,.swrvoue tension.
active" part In the campaign for a Liquid .
for the purpose of making loans It the adoption of the, Homestead sup behind you. You settle beck I d.
if anticipated that little In the way Amendment. Both fa roar seat, related.Conarete ,

9 cncirepresents of made.a direct The appropriation appropriation may can the be be members said vigorously of the House to and resent Senateare his Hospitals; and doctors bave'always I*, apt to roads skid.are You'll safer. You're .Gee Rmt Af ran ".,.plrl.N..*.I.at Lowest Prices In BlttorylSo s'
of stop more
authorized state as In aid the for case schools "putting them on the spot" by used liquid laxatives. And the publicis quickly,nor smoothly.Tine are' a. to put the safety and quick 'Remember, too that doctors. ad

$7,600,000 publicly Inviting them to join with fast returning to laxatives in liquid .be to blow '' action/! i G'nuiO'.Bayer Aspirin vise it. for It DOES NOT HARM
strong: less than .OOO.' apt out. Visibility M'
which produced form. Do know the reasons within the reach of 11EAHT.
him as vice presidents of the Home you everyone the TilE And that scientists: ;
tock: fire ,luau!'-, OOO but no one anatlclpates that Owners Leagued The dose of a liquid laxative cast be h otter. Your ear operates mancaaomlcally. prire you "Jib""t T**'?reduced. rate it among the fastest !known safe

ante companies the revenue can. be produced. The -- measured. The action can thus be You eave oa gel Reduced nobody need reliefs for, pain.i See,illustrations

and .I.is qualified, State of Florida has received $"',- Perslstance of the report that regulated to suit individual need. II ofl/tire, and car repairs.r ever arstlon 1..1.In place accept 01 some the real other!BAYER pMf- below-) s
OOO.OOO without putting1 up a dime. forms no( habit; you need not take
to give you sound have matchedand Governor Shafts Intends to resign dose" a .< ...... .... TewtaNHaw ASPIRIN that you've selted for.
Thirty-four states to accept some sort of Washington "double a day or two later. .. c- j 150 now for tins of 13 tablet' Why Bayer Atpirin
insurance protec are continuing to match funds. appointment lends color to( the Nor "wilt a mild liquid taxatiet trtUalt 23c: now for bottles of :24 tablets Work So Fast 4 4And

tion and compe -. suspeclon that somebody I Is encouraging the kidneys. "A*CUM 4tta to ftarjr r.ftfIt .. ( the btf- family size, 100 :
tent service After one of the most bitter its being kept alive for The right dose of a liquid laxative a anklet worth baying. IfCKMtNT tablet bottles have attain been reduced ?" In Wml i j
propoganda campaigns recently the of personal gain brln.-a t more natural movement,and mar waa.apoel in price. These new low Inio'a! aliii T. /a
-- witnessed In Jacksonville and Du purposes there is no discomfort at the time, or tree* ere now to effect throughout wow. '
This because of the repeated denials "
Your gashs s>amfa...t andJTUMUGOtaV val County the electorate last that there's nothing to it.Grasshoppers after. POUILANS AliOCIATION United States. ttRuVfillSIjIlj
---I dvsoshoat tltfea.tie. week voted in favor of a Dog The wrong cathartic may often do Hart BW.., Atlases, Ga.CodrunM U t,'
.is yea.8i Track. Advertising Incident to the grow mOlt harm than good.* c:_L.ttw aH.nrPard"Nsea. Se--AhnJguy"flapet"! It rating.IN tf .duuiiA. ,
by changingtheir When ;::
You ,
-- election indicated that Duval County Iklns.CROSS. A properly prepared liquid laxative ...... ...................u p J Bay'

+v ,.... kwlw.anr.ttt4ta .....-. I Is also plagued by "repeater" Like brings Dr.safe Caldwell's relief from Syrup constipation.It Pepsin. ...&.t.....".............,.....,..... And Bayer remember, when you ask for a MCOND* $y nor WATCH
.. to the Aspirin at these new low "
tt...desk ,system of voting. Rumors CHILDRENMAY A OmiliM sayar Aiplrhl/ Tablet Marts
effect have been current for some gently helps the average penon's prices it's annecesisry now to accept t *t* oat (a u VWH.UWAY ., i
Advertisements preceding HAVE WORMS bowels until nature restores them to any other preparation in its place. What H.ppsae In The. Geal.os
time. regularity. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup So--never ask for U by the N in Your sto'e' n-C.nwn.
oa name
rewards ofISOO WMth far tttd..r..d.a! > toMJI
P r"Writl the election suggested and convci- f.ulwa.r i If'R ..I a rtieg :. Pepsin is an approved liquid laxative "aspirin" alone when you buy, but Jas ?n a.a Tablat.i w aunues Serr"Taking war V
$ for Information lad r'ke.v w e.ral.err always say B-A-Y-B-R Aspirin and wry,
= : : whack all druggists keep reedy for
IT la the practice. V..ar. oar ra.tp c' that '
of Indulging see it. ,
AROLD any lad farr. r.n.btr use. It make an ideal family laxative you get
C. WALL color to the : =; :: =
This fact gave .ad: as.d t d.Yrr : effect* far M MM. ; .lid
......... may
elections "
reports that In various v IIJTCIIEU.8 DaVO STOMA be,w.. tM,......t f**Lffi : tAT, ATeff AfMUN" NOW WI WI

.T of tie. peat ovwr-eJld, Charltonlans ,..., ., -,, '), ,'''' W 0r'H... Jf,< "i' t" Iil'-i.jc' 2. :: :,::: .: ;: :. 'yM" ,, Wrt t
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: '* ". -IT 'CAN'T' BE .HEPPEDPalm H. V. SAXON WILL"TILL. PLACELDE -- '- -= !
Cabbage And Collard rector ot the
County ,TelegraphEstablished ( Beach Times) !\ VACANT" BY IIINSON 'I scribed It as census"unusual, .*: !
Kvery now and their somebody ,TOO .,LATE -..-..,..... Plants Will Soon lieReadqToDistribute cance" and "probably 4amgalfl- I r
1877 with a hifalutln' accent grained '
(Continued from Page One) portant", since *

-....,. .. __.. ..- .. .. .- -.. from codflnn balla and a revolutionary TO CLASSIFY Commissioners, the same was ac i i ant were ,gathered farm statistics

published Weekly on Fridays And Entered as Second Class ancestry -comes alongr'andtrlea cepted. It was Qrdered that one C. L. Dickinson, supervisor of information obtained in' 1840. The
Br nrsBEi.1. KAYeretarr.
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida' Palm to Beach tell us how'to folks here in'' West $. Florid Press AMU. copy be forwarded to the State rural rehabllltaUon ia Bradford I the administration in its will guide

.. -_. --. -;-" name or main pronounce the Comptroller, one copy given to the i County, stated this week that the efforts reCOvery
-''''.'' our street.
County Tax Collector and .one, seed bed that
was The
E. L. Matthews ___________.,...___-,._____Editor' and Owner > But they needn't come h lleytog'. Florida merchants ana puniness copy filed with the Clerk of J the I weeks ago to raise planted plants some for to show AAA that made pUblic tlgures'

: .. ling around ue trying to'get ua to men don't Include Circuit Court. "farm income
'- ---- anything' In needy families in t.h. county who June, July and during
7 SUBSCRIPTION RATE put the accent on the first syllable their budgets for "trick advertls.lng" The assessment shows the following want to start a family sustenance at Uw highest Au'gut of l93" Was

in Clematis It's been Clemat-ls and "gyp publicity stunts" amounts aaaestied: garden Is advancing In satisfactory reached] t.hree-month level
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance from the ftrat day It' wu"natned.It' the rise which
but a lot of 'em spent plenty on Total valuation, $1,573,881.00. manner and plants will be ed after the first 8lart.

Advertising. Rates on Application Clemat-ls now, and It's goingto : such'rackets'ln the course of a Total. County Tax $30,995.50. ready for distribution within the and about thirty-three quarter of 1933,

stay Clemat-ls with us natives. year. If they are really lookin' County General Fund $6,297.11. next two or three weeks unless low the pre-depresslon percent be.

These folks who've flirted with for leaks to plug up, they might Fine and Forfeiture Fund $4- the ''weather delays their present leve1."
(By RED KERCE) more or leas of an education already save a couple of hundred smackers 722.83. rate of growth The report was made by Louis
,. ''', have knocked moat of the a year to Widows Pension".Fund $787.14. Dickinson Bean, economic adviser
say nothin' of a lot said that about one- to the
4 And what if we, could -lay our. failure to the other'fellow'ssuccess beauty out of our native speech, of valuable tlme by gettln their General School Fund, $15,742.76. fourth acre each of cabbage and AAA income He said the three-montbs
and with" the proaelyUngr tongues I heads together, Road and Maintenance collards totaled $1.1508,000,000
? and teamin' up Bridge! was planted and that they In.
have far that i eluding 133,000000; 'to
progressed so even I
against these hIgh-pressure boys. $0.445.66. are now up and growing nicely bem
it ,0 our ''children are aaylng dog for During the next tew months the Total ?,...__?_*_$36.095.60 i and will be ready for setting else- other payments made to tarlll.

Lives of great men oft' remind us that their lives .are day-putting you Just in mind of state wUl be flooded with graft Road and Bridge Interest and .where in a short time They will ,era. by the government.

after the angle of the little finger when era who come down here to ride Sinking Fund 3462538. ,be given out Just as soon as they This compared with
not so hot all. they lift a demltoxaa or fingering the 000 for the 2
go gravy train and let thoughtless! Poll Taxes, $355.00. Are large enough; Mr. Dickinson corresponding '
0 around in the olives aa though merchants buy' 'em new automo Following resolution was adopted (added.: of 1933 and J913.000.0008 quarter In

Silence id I golden, they 'say. You can't convince an auc- they'were nalty.TheY've biles, pay their hotel bills, set 'em : .' 1932 period. It wasIncluding reported the as
taken that
perfectly up to,plank steaks and provide 'em RESOLUTION MRS. 'M, E. DENNIS an Increase of slxty-tlve
'tioneer of that though. good old name of Beat-rice and with spendln' money. over 1P3Z. percent
made it Be-at-rlce. and have'got WHEREAS, Almighty Cod in Funeral services'or Mrs. Me-
o They swoop down the His Infinite Wisdom has taken dora E. benefit
confounded on unsuspecting Dennis, who passed pay m
us natives so that even away ents
4 Most of the high cost of living is caused trying to live our children no longer can have merchant, 'crowd him rom our midst The Honorable G. Monday! ''morning In a Jackson farm Income In August aVeraged
Into a corner and talk him Into W; Hinson Chairman of the Board ville' about eighty percent
.; old-fashioned a Hospital following a year's above the
of good diptherla-they low
the costs living.
down coma In ten level of the
,have got to have dlfftherlat! minutes. Before the of County Commissioners of Bradford illness was held at the Waldo first quarter ot 1933,
o And we're'not going to give up poor guy knows what it's all about County, Florida, 'and Cemetery Wednesday afternoon at Bean said

Now some smart bird to the rescue and propose a Crooner without a fight. They can't make line they'get his name on the dotted WHEREAS, Commissioner O. three o' lockl ,with R v. B. M. In 'next years census the ,.
and he's boup-ht' himaoir"swell"'ad <> W., Hinson was an able official Montgomery pastor of tlons t.o be asked que
the Starke the
us ride in a coopay when it's a farmers
Exemption Amendment. .. coop by size and design. We're not on milk bottle c p0; ; I rich In wisdom, experience, and .Methodist Church, and Row f"nnlr been reduced about. A 'h'M. ...,.' .have..
o going to put any aeerup on our will get his picture painted on a mature! Judgment and i of the Waldo M th' dith h: the 1930 schedule. They- -wilt
The coldest drinks in town can be found at the fel ow's& flannel cakea until they break our flock, ,of or trash the cans, on pay envelopes WHEREAS This Board of officiating, with Interment ,.fal cern acreage, total value Of con.th,
on back of theatre County Commissioners the lowing In the farm,
pitcher of aurp, and if' they, do people family plot under the average and yield of
store who doesn't.a.dvertise. tickets. of this County and State have direction of DeWitt pal crops, the prlnni
i'; that. we'll get a can of aurp that C. Jones Com number of trees and
o-- won't break.They'want. These unique and novel advertis suffered an irreperable loss by his pany. yield of the principal truits

to children ing schemes will bring customers death. and'WHEREAS Mrs Dennis was a member of nuts, number and value and
the does not have after us our of HV .
Ambition: Something average boy Into his his colleagues the Methodist stock
Instead of raise them, I but store like flies' to a sugar we as Church and the Order number of poultry and the

finishing ,a college,, course. they Just kind of forget where we bowL He'll probably have to greatly deplqre his loss of Eastern Star, Washington, farm population.

D were, brought up. They've made call for police protection to keep from our body In the hearts of D. C. Chapter. aKEYSTONE

'em from, breakln' the door down. whose members he has won the Those surviving her are 'four
of and
muae-um museum, lyceum
Looks may'not"' make the man bu'JiJth&rJght: kind of lookIng -: out of lyceum,' and have .succeeded Everybody drinks milk .and nota sincerest aftectlon. respect, and daughters: I HEIGHT
man 'will run a woman loco. 'putting a "g" in both : man,. woman< or, child in town brotherly love. Mrs. Anna Powell, Washington, T. It. Demery, CorreHllOnden'

lenth and atrenth, and introduceda will be.>able to ftpen a bottle [Of NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED D. C.j.; Mrs. Louise Jones,. Wash- -
0- milk'without that the of Bradford I Ington D. C. Mr, and Mrs. J, Edwin
lot of tOlderol .that ain't got no 'taklll' hIs ad by the people ; Mrs. Henry Blair, Larson
Russell Kay's giving Florida more advertising than more business in our Florida lan handle' and puUtn It out; by the County 'and the State ,of Hartford, Conn.:' Mrs. Robert WI1- of and children and Wallace Larson
roots It's, the' Florida has suffered unestima- cox, Daytona Jacksonville were
wild-cat's side an Beach; Four VlsUor3 here
Grant attention to Richmond. guage than a sand-fly on the bottom sons:
gave of a Senegambian's heel.TheY've burns and it only costs a hundredand ble loss by the death of the Hon Junius M. Smith and James Den Sunday,

0 fifty bucks. orable G. W. Hinson- Chairman of nis,,, of Starke;,W. N. SmIth Lake ;hd'. and' Mrs. C. M., Weinman
corrupted our -
pure guava
4 Too much'apple got Adam in dutch and too much apple- tones with the twang of New Well let's see how it works out. the Board of Count Commission. City; Dan Dennis, Washington and son, Charles of Jacksonville
I Some ers of Bradford County,. Florida, C.; one brother, W. M. spent the week-end at their !
crab to the Jack .leg printer apart.
sauce gets many; a modern guy upa tree. Hampshire apples point gets $12.50 and, I Georgetown D'I ment here.
for S. C. two
where sturdy tongues'have yield println' a smeary "Trade withJones"
t- ----0 BE FURTHER RESOLVED, :Mrs F. A. Reams and Mrs. E Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knowles, of
ed and turn loose of the good old on the Caps The local .B
Next to meeting a fun-fledged outlaw we believe the slop for this neuvo swill,' and dairyman gets his caps free and that we, as and constituting the Wactor, Sumpter, S. C. Mrs.Gainesville H were guests of Mr. and
worst is a one-eyed flivver driven by a drunk.. would have ua say odor and"fragrance maybe a'couple of dollars on top Board of County Commissioners Active, pallbearers were: O. J. I Mrs. 'Thalia Lawrence on Sunday..
...,.. for stink and smell. Don't of that and the''' slick solicitor of said County,will miss him in Griffin, H. C. Wall and N. Stern- Perry and three

0 let them do It. pockets the relit: 'and blows to the our deliberation will miss his berg of Starke; Wm. McNeal and I children 'of Jacksonville spent the

A fellow doesn't: get very much attention telling his Arise, ye natives and glut your next town '''In' search of'another able counsel and advice the result Maceo Hicks of Waldo and Hough week-end and here at the home of Mr.
T. R.
troubles to some one already in trouble him self: .'i'> ire! victim. The next day the milk of long years and painstaking'efforts Hart; of Jacksonville. Demery.

o botUe caps are in the ash can andif to serve -hla people. And Hanornrv- .. -"W r------nnllHan.-._*- ......n..*-.' .T.. Wesley .1. Bran: of Vainm-ai- '""

,0 PESSIMISMA you were'to atoo the first hun while deprived- of his assistancewe H ..Daniels and J. P. Entenza, spent several days here recently.t :

It begins to look as if the law means to eliminate kidnap- dred -people you met on the 'street shall endeavor to uphold the Jacksonville; R. A., Weeks, Brook C. Ray Lawrence and T. R. Dem-
reader asked us, "You have and ask 'em what great principles which he held dear er; C, C. Sparkman, Waldo and W. ery were In Jacksonville on bus.
hug even if they have to kidnap allot( the kidnapers. was printed on iness
much optimism. Your paper glows and Saturday.
those -caps not one of 'em could endeavor to profit by the association E. .Torode, of Starke.,
O with it. But doesn't good Judgment tell with him during his lifetime .
Germany Will Amaze The World By Recovery, Hitler' dictate I that you ,be more Now 'If Jones .had, taken and, MRS ANNA MARY KELLY NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
pessimistic .
asserts. Headline., More so Mr. littler we'd imagine. 1150( and Invested it with BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED 77, DIED MONDAY NOTICE IS
his local HEREBY
t' Llatw sister, the world is coated that a copy of this resolution be W, P. f'mfth. holder OWEN: ,That

0' with pessimism, It is like.tuberculosis "newspaper he could have Incorporated in the minutes. of this Funeral services for Mrs.. Anna C"rtlrlcate No. 8e5ol8"u of,.d J.U B"1 w'-"y Tn,or

If you remember when the town's .drunk bathed once a germs-everywhere. Ap customers reached thousandsof at prospective Board, a copy furnished to/ the Mary Kelly 77 a former resident certificate AU/II'IJMt. A. In D.roy, office' has rll.d l l MM
a'time and mud
Individual must have a superb when their Bradford County Telegraph,, and a of Starke, who died Monday afternoon application for tax dead to IM.UO
: freek in.the city horse .trough.you'ye. passed, _the_poll, tax age., amount; of optimism be even minds 'were;In a) receptive mood. copy sent to his, famJly., in' a; Jacksonville Hospital; Said thereon In accordance with I.....

'. 0- near: normal. There are ao many i He1 would: have been supporting his Read and adopted lu RegularA. were held Wednesday morning at lowing oertlflcnt deMcrlbed embraces property the ultuaml.', ful.

; gloom ,carriers, pessimism peddlers own. community. His money would ., D., 1934.Session eleven o'clock at St, Mary's Episcopal In Bradford County Florida, :
j,; A lot of people ,are spending some very blue days from and the like' that if an individual stay at home and eventually come Church with The North Half of South-ea..t ,iua".
( this 1st day of October, the Rev. tel' (
Doug o Section
living in the' Daze of 1928 during which time the boom didn't glow a bit with the hackto:; him, but, the local news LvL. Conner, Chairman. las Leatherbury rector of St. hangs 22 East 24., cont Townxhlp.."" 80 7 S.niih n r..,
elements of and faith he paper man doesn't high-preasure more or les". .
raged. : hope J. M, Rosier, Mark's Episcopal Church, officiat The

____________ .___ -1.l. _. ,..... would find,himetf In .the middleof him., doesn't try to sweep him off H. V. Saxon Ing:'" '-. : undor- the Rs505m.nt oald of said.' pro".rl.
_o __________ "i, his feet with slick and .aww: ":'!ii.-;; ;! ..*, I' In the rereifleat' l I..od>' wa.
a a
tongue name of
a perpetually dark night. 'A Henry FrlcilnmnA .
Thomas Interment
jllory made
was the ?"
; m Bowden Unl..u'
According to 'reports women of the'United States sup Whale of a lot of optimism is required *- fast lln.'f'' ,II G. W. Andrews "" Family Cemetery.Mrs. j I I -tU*d jccoraing-\certlrlcate; law ahull, tax b.1.rd i,-l

: port 65,000 beauty shops. Time out for'husbandsto'gnash$ merely'\ to think norrna1ly.Don't I Florida will 'be flooded with Members Board of County .Kelly, was born in JacksonvIlle wllllMllull November., th/A..r.It..on*on the, IJth day of

their teeth., .. ''r > ,. .. .. worry.: If there ia any one these racketeers this winter. They Commissioners, Bradford County November 11, 1837: D..to-d. this Uth.day 554 ot October, A.
.t- thing the world needs today,.,,1t .is will ,come here'In"larger numbers Florida. daughter of the late Uriah and Sarah n. 11M4. '

o optimism, The nation Is suffer- than ever before and they will take The Board adjourned until Mon;. Ann Bowden. She had en. (SEAL) Clerk of A.Circuit J, THOMAS, \\'?

We heard of a man the other day that didn't smoke, !ing from scarcity of enthusiasm. thousands 'dollars' from' the day, October 13th.: A. D. 1934.'. I deared. herself ...to hundreds' ,of 1O-1II-/t-U-II./ Bradfor4 County CoUM F1"rldl' ,

!' chew, cuss or drink liquor. The mysterious part of the story Enterprise,, McComb,' MIss.\ pockets of merchants and businessmen Attest: A., J. THOMAS, Clerk. friends during her lifetime and

a who fall for their gag.' A. J. Thomas Clerk. during her residence In Starke, CLERKS Awn CVftPKCTOIII:
Is he's alive.' SAVING TilE EDITOR! Another mighty 0 G Km EH A I, KI.KCTIO.
game -- had made a hast of friends who
Her i i la minister that takes thousands of dollars out ARTEMAS HALL will (I. hereby given. that the
0 a who appreciate DANIEL regret her pasttfog.. 59ttl ot County, (CommliiHlnn, of

More and more, daily, we are reaching the conclusion the Editor.' ,At a recent Editorial of th'e statS each year is'played by Surviving are three (daughters, Jar Bradford County, Florida.' I In, reiru-
convention, h* offered the the promoter who blows Into town Artemas Daniel Hall died Oct. 3. :Mrs. James McBride Warren' .eoelon aummblrd appointed the

',, that women do any thing else but use.their heads when, purchasing .- following toast: and arranges to put on a show for 1934 at four o'clock p: m. at the and Mrs. Anna Alvarez.".of Jacksonville Sr.; i followfnif I0rKn, and named Infin'.trnfa perHon- .,... to.h.set ua.i." ax

a hat; To save an editor from starvation the benefit of charity. He gets the home of Mr. and :u-.. J. W. Sur.I and :Mrs. Otis Alvin Barf, the ou. General Pr.onot( .Election In th* raid County for
to be held No
o take his paper and pay for It local woman's club! the Ministerial I rency, where he had been lovingly of 'Atlanta; two' SOBS, J. Dexter vember 5th, A. D. 1934.
promptly. Association or"some-other worthy cared for through a long illness by Kelly, Arcadia and Precinct No. 1, :Lawtcy, 0. H.
f Authority says that some of our best writers raised his sister. For over six his R. Emmett Pearc Clerk: J. a. AuStln, 1'. '1'.
were years
To save him from bankruptcy, group to sponsor the event! He Kelly, of Gainesville; a nephew Blackburn and. Hallle Jone.. In-
in log cabins. And a lot of them are still in the'woods with advertise In his paper liberally. blackmails everybody In.town to' health had faUed and Mr. and Mrs. James Uriah Bowden, with,whom pectora.Precinct, No.
their To him from send buy tickets, makes the menchantskick I Surrency did aU they could, to she Moore t. North Starke: A. R
; writing. save despair, had ,resided for the past two 'Jerk; Wllmer T. Hnl..n-
him every"item of new you can In for an ad on the program, make his life pleasant and com years;' a niece. Mrs.,,Harold Seeba, .dort., :J. F. Klckliter. and R. A. Newom. .
o collects several thousand dollar. fortable. H* gradually grew Inspector
get hold of. Jacksonville, twelve grandchll. Precinct No. I, South Starlter W.
, To our sorrow, when the Louisiana Purchase was'made .- To ,save him from profanity, gives ten per''cent' ;to the crippledchildren's weaker until his life of sorrow was dren and one great grandchild. SSlbley.. Clerk) RuHHell 8..3k'800.
- over at the of fifty He Bill Sullivan,. and H. I. Tl\umu,
fund and the bal. age years.
no provision was ,set. forth that will eliminate the 'exception write your correspondence plainlyon Inspectors.Precinct, .
one aide of the sheet and send ance In his pocket.. was esteemed for his integrity, AGRICULTURAL SURVEY No. 4. Ornham. : W. T M'.
; of "Hoo" ,Long kindness and loyalty. He was patient lOver, Clerk; John f. T.
it in Beware of WILL surr.ncYk
? aa early aa possible. the stranger with and trusted his BEGIN NEXT YEARIn Abernathy, and J. hili"'.
Saviour' to
o ... To save him !:rom mistakes bury something to sell.' Look out for I Inppectom.

There's more truth than poetry in the statement:: him. Dead people are the only ones the guy with a plan to help you life.the last. looking forward. to eternal an effort to determine what Wynn Precinct, Clerk No.8: "..' fI,J. Hampton Johns M T.T*W'aternon J-.

( There's fool like who''' never" make mistakes, -The raise money for your club, churchor Changes t h depressIon and and W. B. Thornton Innp'C-
no an old fopl ; unless it's an old fool trying Thursday afternoon 'many tora. .
Cunningham (Kan.- Clipper. organization.1: The stores, theatres drought has made In American : .
Precinct No '6, Thereima. B. I
$ to act like friends aaaembled at the home and : >
young ,
f a one. O ,' shopsand,, other establishments agriculture the government Is go. Hln.on, Clerk'A. L. Sullivan. Krankalirr

i ; o OFFICIAL' RED TAPE In your own community offer i accompanied to Antioch the sorrowing Church where relatives Ing to hire an a.rmy of twenty-five .pectora.Precinct, .and a. A,. Younifblnod. In-
I '
merchandise and entertainment thousand people and put them to No. 7. New River K. T.
Motor Government"ordered three *
gasoline -
sold in copies
Hungary must contain twenty percent funeral services were conducted by work Kelly, Clerk; Frank Merrltt. R. R.
that cannot be Improved upon I on a thorough
ohol. In of papers from the editor of a Rev. Dlx, of Lake City assisted by canvass be- Andrew.. and Hermlv Kelly, Inpectora. -
often contains more, held ina, Oeorgia'weekly. The papers were by these, sharp-shooters. ginning the first of'January of ,
r 'container which is under the Rev. Ware. both of the Missionary next year", according to Precinct No. 8, Brooker: J R.Matt. .
steering wheel. sent and the government returneda Before you ..Iga'up for one of Baptist Church.A an announcement .- l'l..rkr Dave Oreen.. Clyde

1& o check for five cents to the edi these rackets; Investigate and see quartet "Does' Jesus coming out of the Cone, and L, R. Oaln., lo..ctore.d.
I sang I_ .' .
tor. After finding that It would ,If your, local merchant, your local capital at Washington this week. L. Conner
A new odor filter is reported to be f Care and other HIectloDa.1Interment "f' Connty CommIosln'rLBradford
capable of removing coat about tea cent to get the theatre. or yourlocal newspa Announcing the 1935 farm census County, Florida.
made In the family
ftom the air a wide variety of odors. This I offer better was recently William 1.. Austin dir Attest: ... .T. THOMAS, Clerk.
ought to be read check cubed. the editor wrote !"go per won't you a much lot at Antioch cemetery. lU.lt-4t-U-a

i with interest to Ameri a's many fish markets.. to the devil" ,across 'the check In proposition with none of the has- Mr. Hall was born In Alachua
red ink and sent it In. arda. ".These borne folks '
back. are your County. but lived moat of his life '
pQuot1ngiRipley' week h* wa surprised to reeerv friends and neighbors. They won't in Bradford County near Brooker, NOTICE

"It was against the law to be born in a, letter from the government take, your'money out' of '. town or and baa many friend who extend Notice I. '
Westphalia Germany in 1806 which said: ran off leaving yon* to hold' the th.r.ot wHYhiT tlve" tllat'tlae following daacrllMd. 'lands,or... mucheBDoalte
,And now how did the informant sympathy to the, bereaved .sistersand a. *...l7i.lopmr the amount .
live at that rate to advance 'Place you designate not ca of bag r their families. to the came: ** with coat of such sale' .nd ad,*rtl..'ln.
us that information? sold at public a.ctlon ;
trelal.nament KtlS on the *'h .. 1.34. a
map Suggestyou I. 'Tw* sisters survirs:,In. J. W. .the. CouCty of Bradt .,rd.j day_ of, N. mb.r.
o writ United States Geodetic MISSION HAUL Surrency, of Brooker,and Mrs. C.
An exchange remarks that the best thing a'person can dos Survey Department.Times Union. 'In 'probing'Io' 'the' Bible one 1. Hunter. of Tampa, Three nieces.Mrs. Nl nascsarnorc.r: ,HW-. .. 11:" .or... 'r, m A._. OWIWIIR .Ta... \

,_ __.. ._A.__.m___ _,..... .. L. .' .' W. C. Chastlnevj-of Braden- E14 et HW y ..____u III 10'' ZJ.TI I
I'U ,.
finds wonders untold' which ; 52,1. Hiem. '
UUIo U""HerB WIUl a uzn1; Between a man ana his wire. no N1214'ef' HW --:-
j doubt accounts somewhat for the ton. Mr*. WUma Lucas, of Brooker. 5i4AOfH..f8Fl4&- ... S S "2' to''P. ... Calklo.Bl ... .... .. lI.n
To :wf1i might have been added, if the husband ROOSEVELT: WINS IN MAINE: I A In .
you are ... fact that the' Book ,Is ever ,new .' Three nephews, Frank Surrency Of 8EVi: N8 belnr Cnr I.o1'5.'i4',. ., 'F" : ,

o Those who have been predictinga and loved moat by those who study and Gerald Beasley both of U. 8 by, HO yda B *ye W_N It I U II ..v* A Dternberr. _.... U.,. '

/ r There is 'enough salt in the oceans'to cover the whole complete rout of all Demlcratlo. it best. which"cannot be said of S. Navy. Portsmouth, Va., J.. D. Cora of on land Call owned St at by 8W Mr.Cor. ,
candidates, from the Lucas of Brooker. \
president any other book. S. M.'WelU *
United States in run N 110
layer mile and
a a a half deep. Newspaper down, at first opportunity for ,Thrnumber. "Forty* was used The high esteem with which h* It to land of A. I* Al- .; -

filler., Now,,will. .some of you fresh guys go jump in that? people to express theDW lvea"'have I as the subject for. this study Tuesday was held was shown by the, many Alvarea Varem. thence land W m alon ft. .t

0 a difficult time explaining not only evening and mad a good floral tributes. .thence S all ft tm, Call ,..
the California 'vote but also Pallbearers V. : *t, thonea K on Call at! '
that were: rnou Edwards
chalk talk
Illustrating it doss
Americanism:, Admiring a fellow like i as 113,It to bet In NWH of '. '
1' Huey Long for One In Main recently. many of the Usttnga of man and Wad HarreU. Charlie 8W 4 !la Rtarke __-,_.Z$ S M W.: >r. .EdwardS U" ,
controlling and criticizing a whole state then Democrats won the LUchfleM. Otis Arthur Edward Com at NW Coo of 8anderaon -'
putting a small governorship ". ..,I or the Christ Himself. Barry, lane ''Mt ..
town ::man in prison for slandering another who isn't worth of two ,seats In congress.and The subject to .bar studied next *, Guy HarreU. Alley eV. run N on Reese eald '

' two:cents. they almost turned out a Republican week will be "I. O. Too", and each Funeral arrangements were in ft Ian. to SS Ii Hovaa. W 10 It. 8 M
Alley, ,
senator. 00* Is asked to brine some quotation charge 'of .Thomas, Undertaking tbenc B 10 It to .be.. In .
o There seems) to be a- moving bearing' the subject each Company.. Stark! ---*____.___,,,,_ | S 22-. Dr. E. L. Bl.v.. .__ ialS

;, 'f j A"device based on the photo electric cell matches colors mesa ,of propaganda against the wk if they win. ,One NW lo'Com,Cor of 80 8ander ft W.on*f" ?

. / The, Roosevelt admlaiatratloa. but Church members of faith la... A Hoam AlI.v. ..
slightest difference In shade every French air rates I
'recently wr J\ua
causes the'light needle to when people are N 111 f t 'W 11 ft, 8
I givers aa opportunity .and. Kan-church members also are 'SI ft
rtrac from.rer.0i.:: Science note.. -"Drug store blondes".tke no- to vote aa the new. deal. It I Invited to thes Bible studies which mad more strict becaues of accl- t deaa. 'AI .,' st Oh-0e t:

.;. ..-.....,. U. '. ... .., 1 always- 'win*..:-Orlando- Moralar- l I ar-tatadd tel be .helpful,'to'th.spiritual 4satf.a'oaIbe part, of ,th*, air noeneIdAn.14.ftt.k.. ieniark., ..r'I II' ..... p".. (.& JL.. ,"BtgS. i.jr'iCGUt7.:.ot01 -:"_. *Klf...

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