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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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late Begins; I LAGERGREN RELATES, STORY 70sI Tornadoes'lose To STATE' AND NATIONAL OFFICERS Seven Million




constructing t COLORED- PEOPLE I OF EARLY St. Augustine '19-2 ATTEND WOODMEN CIRCLE'MEET I Dollars Relief'Y f ''a


Time-A pleasant Saturday .aft 1 STRAWBERRY GROWERSATTENTION THOMAS KLECTnn POST One of the largest Woodmen I Y

Bridges ernoon in the early 70s. IS CALLED Play Alaclhua Next COMMANDER LEGION POST Circle district meetings of the Indigent Farmers Y.pr

ee Scene-The wide open spaces year, with a large delegation from

north of Guilford, near the Baker At the request of officials' At of the JonesLongffordWhlte all parts of Florida was the North .
a meeting
county line, then In Bradford coun Florida District Convention, held
Are Located On JTacksonvllIeGalnesvllte the Agricultural Adjustment Administration Tornadoes Drop Hard Fought Post No. 66. the American here Tuesday at the Woman's Over Seventeen hundred Indigent
gee ty.Mrs. In Washington the Farmer In State To
Blkerider was busy making Battle To Mullet.-\VIII Seek Legion held In Starke, Monday Club, with the Starke Grove as
Florida State Bureau
Marketing (let Relict
Highway sweet potato pone; one daughter, and the Agricultural Extension Revenge from Ahtrhua evening,.October 15th, the fol. hostess I -

Sue, was sweeping the yard witha Service --:0--: officers elected for The meeting was held In the {
have been requested to lowing were According to figures released la
is well under way on the gallberry broom while (By LESTER SCHNELL)
Work Sarey the large auditorium of the club which
that be- call meetings of the strawberry the 1034-33/ terms; Jacksonville Monday by FERA officials -
three bridges are youngest was cleaning a fat hen. The lucky stars shone favorably
rst tof t (growers and supervise the electionof was elaborately decorated for the the amount of necessary y'
by the State Road De- "The old man" upon the Ketterlfnua High'' Mullets A. J. Thomas, Post Commander money
rebuilt was scraping some and occasion with quantities of autumn '
members alternatesof ,
grower to provide asolstance for 17.- +!
on the Gainesville- Jack black grease from a cart wheel of. St. Augustine at Lewis W. C Wooten, Vice Commander,
rtment for the flowers, bamboo and other green
the Control Committee 281 indigent Florida farmers, eligible t
rule highway. This bridge Is hub, far, the embellishment of his and Licensefor Park Friday _evening. It was N. D. Wainwright Jr. Adjutant,
to Florida
Marketing Agreement participate In the
out two and a half miles norththe brogans, for In those early days Shippers. of Florida Strawberries. many fortunate breaks that aided B. M. Montgomery, Chaplain, ery.The afternoon session opened at Emergency Relief Administration'.
limits. Civil War a heavier and Stafford Crews, Historian.
city time expedients were 'more experiencedteam w
two o'clock nu with the National rural rehabilitation Is
p. program. ea-
direction ofG In W. A. Bessant, Jr., Sergeant-at.Arms
Is under still in ultimately
19-3,
work All this In winning
vogue.
The prepar The election for the Starke. State and District officers tlmated at 17,710.441. These figure -
state road project ation for but only after a rough ride from ,
Young the coming of Parson
and area has forming the line which released after extensive
Lawtey adjacent receiving were an
the bridges will be the fighting Tornadoes The Inexperience E. K. Perryman, Service Officer.
and Kinney, who was to be their S
gineer, guest been called for Tuesday, October members of stood In the library. The opening survey was mAde as a'prelim ,
crete, out and out. when finish-thet for the night and who was to 23, at 2 p. ra., at the court house the of the young squad under the Plans Post were to made attend by the National ceremony was given by the Starke inary step to launching the prow;
According to Mr. Young preach the following day. floodlights alone, when Ocala which'
in Starke.. and degree teams
Convention in Miami, Oct. 22-29, gram.
of the bridges will be six- given due consideration, should.
two while the last Suddenly a'.queer, sound was At this meeting one grower explain and a large number will make the was followed by a welcome addressby The farmers qualified for participation
feet In length heard coming from the north; firsta member and one alternate will be everything. Truly enough Mrs Vonda Inman, of Starke, In the program are already 9
,
The road the Tornadoes held their trip.
feet long. stronger
::1J be forty scream then a moan- then a elected. Meetings for the electionof I N. D. Jr. district manager. The Starke and on the land., It was stated. e1r
rivals to Wainwrlght. ,
ends of the bridges a much closer battle than
erlng both booming, like the glorified noise shipper members will be called Adjutant. Ocala degree teams also assistedIn There are ten districts In the

,11, be widened to accommodate from a spinning wheel. The whole later by the Marketing( Bureau and was anticipated. They gave' the the ceremony for Introductionof State In the program's set-up. District M'
and to curtail Mullets an evening they'will not
ie passing traffic family stopped to listen. the Extension Service.., National and State officers and No.. 3, which Includes Bradford'County k

ddenta that occur on bridges "What d'ye reckon It Is?" asked soon forget. other distinguished guests. The along with eight other

ie to narrowness of passageway. Mrs. Blkerider. Practically the seine outfit that Few QualifiedFor regular order of business was counties,, is estimated to have

ie road for at least one hundred ':Don't know unless hit's a bull Tennis Court handed last year's strong Tornado trammeled, and the afternoon' 4,031 farmers; and It, will total a

d I fifty yards on each end will beidened gator. back in the lake" answered City combine a 19.j pasting took the sion ended with a closing ceremony COlt of $1.140,534.30 or an estlmat-
from the present width of field this season to run an almost Election I
her lord and master. t by ,Mrs. Leila Davis State ed cost per family of 9282.04.
venteen feet to twenty-four feet. similar score over a:materially Inferior President, of the Woodmen Circle According to the survey, the total -
is furnishing employ. But the noise was unceasing: a t i ii eleven. The local 'y'1
The work Is Now Complete boys were At six o'clock p. m. a banquet cost of rehabilitation will be
eat for fifteen men. All of the 'gator would have to stop for. up against a real team this time- was given at the Club house with divided into the following percentages
first bridge taracllcallY ['breath. Soon a number of neighbors real Less Than One Hundred VotersRegistered
mndatlon for the a knockdownanddragoutteam Mrs. Inman as toastmistress, The ; housing and building rep- '
came, much exercised, declaring i In Book WhileIn
and work with of
on
finished, plenty experience under
tables in the sun cent work
Material First Of Week were placed park resents fifty-two per ;
Expected Various Districts
it must be Gabriel' trumpet
toying( and pouring of cement Court Is On West Madison their belt. Thus we can view lor of the Club which was also animals twelve per, cent; *eed.
In the next few days. announcing the end of the world. the defeat in a different light. -
ffl begin elaborately decorated with quantities feed and fertillser, twenty-throe
At times the volume of sound was Street Voters In the various districts of
a'crew of state road The Mullets found It a hard matter and
Wnesday of autumn flowers centering pet cent; cow., hog and chicken,
Bradford made little effort
the so great that tiny ripples formedon to the. Tor. County "
linen were busy moving city-slick scrappy each table beautiful improvements "
was a cent and
nine general
mixer from a shed In the the surface of a tub full of wa The city tennis court, sponsor. nadoes. Three gambling chances to register and thus get In a position per ;
Inman
crete Mrs.
floral center four cent The
ter and at such times, also an old ed by the recreation division of : to vote In the General Election piece per
tern part of town out to the ; netted them their score and then each National State and officials said will depend
of presented actual aid ,
under of
FERA and supervision at which time the decision
In readiness bell lady suffering with the toothache, they had to call it an evening. To ,
.
ridge, getting i District officer of the Woodmen the amount received t
director upon
-
Carter community Homestead Tax
Sullivan whether the
declared.lt jarred her teeth Intensifying the Tornadoes whole .
cement. as a goes of '
mixing( beautiful *
Circle, a corsage gar.derelaa fund
: the pain. All were anxious was completed this week and I nothing but praise., They always I Amendment will become a law or -
Several accidents in recent years Minute talks were given
arrival of material -
to decide If the sound now await. the back and not will be made. T
ly trying fought right gamely
ive been chronicled on this highly and while such as nets, rackets and balls According to H. C. Wall, registration by several of the guest after
;
nearer; always
coming their
was was
very
presence
and one the the bridge writer that remem-the some were watching the frequencyof In order for the players to begin( much in evidence. To be sure, they supervisor, less than a hundred which served a by several the committee course dinner from Was the New River Ass'n.Met .

i was on the ripples in the tub, tl>e others games dally on It. gave their rivals a full evening of voter., new or otherwise, .
The wld- One hundred and
v I IB working( on now. the between Carter this week informed us have registered on the books sine Starke Grove.

leg of the road and of the were the noting moans of the Intervals old lady that the court, fronting West Madison entertainment. they have been in the different dis sixty-eight attended the banquet This ',Week '

rtdgCl will without a doubt pre.ent I to the movement of Street, la one of the finest Lack of capable substitutes proved tricts. This was discovered aftera The evening session opened -at ,
index
number of accidents that as an several a real disadvantage to the lo seven-thirty o'clock p. m. with a
a that the city has had In check was made on the registration '
gilt, from time to'time, happen the sound and that he feels sure that cals., What they "had were green books this week- _, Grand March of National"State I sE "

i the bridges at. their present Then came Brother Kinney on years more1 persons will take' part In whereas the Mullen' ,always bad Voters who made application to and District >officer. led by the ., Interesting Meeting Held In Fink. rr

tho '"" .- .-' bis sorrel mare. He.was deaf asa I tennis in the future than have be plenty of freebot men on band to qualify In the next -election in Starke Guards of which '''Miss i Baptist Church Wednesday.And ,

post, could not hear the noise I fore. The material for the court run In and gradually 'nap the Bradford County were those who Gladys Williams I I. captain, and Thursday'
could not be made to believe strength out of' the small Tornado teams from Ocala,
and to be the .degree -
placedon -
will be here and ready had become of age (21) since the
'lans For BallPark that it existed. An austere sister i It at least by the first of next squad. The Mullets boasted a recent primary those' who had Leesburg", Magnolia and Poinsettia The ..Ixty.tblrd.aanuat session

said.he was a doubting Thomas. week Carter assured us. set of backs that any coach could been In the county for the past six groves and the Starke Junior team of the New River Baptist Association -
was on to pray be proud of. In Quarterback D i- White Junior' team 1
He prevailed Work on other community projects months and were re-regl.ternghere. : and the Alice met her Wednesday and
which he did In a half-hearted under the recreation head are Pont they have a boy who has a from Jacksonville. "America The Thursday of this week with the d

Complete manner. He was offended over moving along we were told. toe: as well as heels and who can Beautiful" was sung by the audience First Baptist Church of Btarke.

being called a doubting Thomashe -- collectionsfrom dance quadrille down a broken and the Invocation was given ; The meeting opened at ,tn '

who has hover before doubted Carter began business making men Wednesday field with style and speed. The Bullet Holes DisplayedIn by Dr," Crawford. National Auditor o'clock Wednesday morning with

Inject For City Ball Park MayBe anything except that the earth was different In order to get funds to way he got loose and sped across Auto Here IntendedFor of the Woodmen of the the moderator, J., :T. Quigley, In' p

Submitted Soon-Flans round-never even doubted that' ball material, and be for the first marker In the opening World: Dr. W E. Middleton, Mayor charge. A praise and prayer err.

And Blue Prints Completed' the martins spent the winter In buy diamond this Interesting quarter was 'enough .to take the -j,Paroled Convict. of Stark- gave the welcome Ice was led by Rev. L. O. Hemingway ,y
to
the bottom of the lake. In a diplomatic expects get in the next heart out of any'team.. But not address and presented the key to after which the roll call and

Plant and blue prints are In thelocal way he asked the lord game fully under way who Is Interested the Tornadoes. They fought right Quite a' bit of excitement. was the City of Starke to the District organization followed. Rev. C. B.

FERA office for the new pro- not to hold him responsible, for it few weeks.diamond Anyone ball may get In back. From this point on they aroused here Tuesday morning President Mrs. Irma Garrls of Price, pastor of the Stark Church

Ned ball park for the city of looked like a trick was being play- with in Carter and receive firsthand didn't have .a burglar's chance of when a car found parked on Call Gainesville, who very graciously preached very Interesting sermonat

tarke. ., upon him. Then an old hymn touch the .' going through the line. Street near The Telegraph office responded t6,the welcome accord. eleven a- m. and at the' noon

The plans which were drawn by I was sung, having this choru.: low down on game.Peek In the second quarter, the Mullets was noticed to have thirteen bullet ed the convention by Mayor Mld hour dinner was served on the

ome of the city's best draftsmen "In the morning, in the morningWe once again aimed their plays holes In It and >the black glasses: dleton. Congressman R. A. Green, grounds. The afternoon session

re designed to accommodate sevnl shall hear his trumpet In the Appointed At at the line., Surprisingly It held shattered from the shots. also gave a short but Interesting began at one o'clock p. m and continued -

sports activities on the park If morning." Work Head At They tried again Nb dice They .A curious; crowd gathered and address of welcome to the visitors, until three-thirty, during

t t Is built Among them will beiwball But as the preacher-did not appeaf FERA tried'a third time but a pass 'was began to ask tqu,' lon. until the which was responded to by a short which time all associations busl- yl''

football and diamond ball uneasy and the ripples and Meeting This Week necessary to put the porkhlde over owners'who were In a nearby cafe address ty the State President, nets,{ reports, etc:, were Attendedto.

lbe grandstand will seat approximately meanings did not Increase In frequency the Tornado forward wall for a for breakfast, came to the rescueand Mr. LeU.' Davis, ,,of Jacksonville "

800 persons. the tensity gradually re Two changes In the local FERA touchdown. Th Tornadoes, however explained everything. The The Poinsettia team from Jacksonville Dr C. M. Brlttain. State Secretary ,

Officials of the ,administration laxed. Suddenly one of the brethren personnel have beeu made since came back just as plucky as morningpapersof the same day with Mr. Laura Chrlsta- ,. spoke at the Church' Wednesday

'eel that this project will be ap- who had once been a school Bradford County became a member ever, getting a safety., However, carried a dispatch thusly: "Arch :, foUl presiding, had charge of the evening at the regular mid

roved when submitted, but no trustee and therefore was regarded of the reorganized Third pls- DuPont got off for several more Burnett,..Live Oak :paroled life- Memorial Ceremony In honor of week prayer service and preceding it

fcflnlte word can be given; out yet as an oracle, announced"I trlct of the Florida Emergency. Relief long end jaunts to pave' the way term convict was shot and killed the Society' late National President this address a B. Y. P. U. reportwas

''the project Is yet pending andus have a Idea." Administration. for the third score today in an open gun' battle In" Mrs. Mary B.: LaRocca of given by the President of the

not really been submitted for'ERA An idea being as scarce In that S. L. Peek, who has been serving It would be unfair to attempt to front of a downtown barbershop.to Omaha"'N br., and the late Ada Federation.The '
studio of a comic So to continue the story as Baisden, member of the Starke cession again >convened'
the the
headquarters approval.Plans bailiwick as in in the capacity as office manager pick any stars from among
this bad with our
and blue prints of the proto supplement artist all eagerly for the local unit has been Tornadoes. They all' showed: up the connection Is Grove which was very impressive. Thursday morning at ten o'clock ;

will probably be submitted at crowded around him to listen. appointed as director of FERA operations exceedingly well However, It Is little mystery Tuesday explained Bur-- Addresses were given by Miss with a praise and prayer service

a early date, and we feel that if "Hit's this way," he explained; in Bradford County. He bard to overlook reliable'de In the following manner t and Myrtle OHIs Crump, State manager led by 1.... L. Conner which was followed +i

**project is approved that it will the hymn speaks of us hearingthe will also remain In his former connection fensive' work of Harrell at center nett came to the barber shop of Florida, and National Assistant by the roll call, business and
three
lid greatly to the desire of sportsfcn trumpet in the morning-the ,with the"'' administration.Mr. and Torode at end. not to mention opened fire on his victims, Attendant, and V. P. Mil State Mission_Report At elevena.
after
to take a more active part In morning you understand and bit's Peek Is a veteran with the lo many others as well. A severe knee men within the barber shop be dodged; let State mana..,' of the Woodmen m. Rev"F'. Brooks, pastor or
"he sundown end, shooting his gun empty of the World. A drill was the Avondale Baptist Church of !
respective games.feeds now purty well Thenso cal administration__ having beenappointed injury forced Pitts, right Btudebaker sedan
behind the car, the '
.tji, e n by the Juniors of Magnolia interJ'J
given an
Mer Jacksonville preached
they bury roms facen '< to the position of office from the contest. Captain
Tuesday
as to be sho' to see the Angel Gabriel when the FERA was at ,ril Edwards and Cotton showed Which was seen here In return ; Lodge of Jacksonville and the esting sermon. Following dinner'i'
And Fertilizer manager and 'then his victims opened
when be comes meaning becomes early stage, and has worked In plenty of fight In the backfield, Burnett hitting the Sterke Junior very cleverly. sang,, tile session met, again at one
Arrived Distribution that an fire'on "The Old Spinning! Wheel.. Word all business
; from the east. Now way for the advancement of and Woolen fifteen-year-old fullback thirteen time., which o'clock and remaining e '
every
north a direction cool as'a cucumber automobile of appreciation wore given by the matter and report were attended
Begins Here Friday noise comes from: the from, FERA operations In this county.At was running In evidence Is an unlucky number; district president Mr. Garrls. A '
come come to.
all eY8l1lnl'to
ever
angels District ,
no meeting, of the personnel for one
Garden seeds and fertilizer have only damyankees and cold waves. a in Ocala Tuesday, the announcement through with some,fair kickoff r.- and of the It proved bullet even brought'more so Burnett committee composed of Mrs./. A. J. T. Qulgiey, of Stark, was reelected -'' '

**II received by C. L. ,Dickinson So whatever It la hit can't be Ga was made to him of 1 turns. Although many of the rest down. He died a few minutes .latar. Knight. Mrs. G. H. Inmaa In and a a* moderator for the next
Mrs. >E.! W., Hayes, prevented of"r
looked as a pea. they rated and T. B. PlnbolsUr
oral! aupervUor of rehabilitation.nd briel's trumpet his advancement i green It was reported. .Miss year
manner to '
wisdom .
words of almost as high In performance. very gracious Brooker. was 're-elected a* seertarjr *- '
will These were director .
be distributed within the [ O. C. .Re ster who has been Burnett had served sixteen book a gift -
Aftera a friendship ,
Seat few at once reassured all. Despite the fact that this mark Crump and treasurer.,,
day. that out. of works In this county now starts months of a Ute sentence for a second from Mr. Inman, and a handkerchief
setback In five
I Any relief client get seeds while the sound petered of supervisor of ed the fourth murder. Officers'andprominent .
can title
has the degree from the Grove to
later by meansof 1 locals they seem definitely as a gift DRIVING
of days !for the SAFE
Jttd fertilizer but he must repay | A couple FERA works. Mr. Peek requestedthat Buwanne County cltt- Mr. Garrls..Mr Davis Mrs Ella
it was -
I''t' la. or ,the.grapevine telegraph, that his appointment on the upswing. This performance for his release -
produce, canned good. we explain seas signed the petition Strickland and Mrs. Be....
noise of Rimes r
startling would have taken any I la all to
1&bQr- that the Of course It right pass
learned
Rectll.teT' dispatch
according to Mr. Dickinson not effect Mr. time a
ago
does some
dainty corsage
I of Green were presented :
tfotlcea from the whistle of a large their fos with the .exception the car In front of .you >oa< a.
win be bulletin came In the former set-up r
on stated.
placed
.
In-
position t of orchid dahlia Mrs
In sawmill Just completed on Ocean I Ie at the ''Lake City. Dlscouraglngly, though, trslght road, with at least1 MO
the poatof flees In the [ which will remain as It i gift '
Olustee. A large drum I the remainder'of the i schedule Is man was presented a ;lovely feet of clear vision ahead; but It
qty telling\ when the seed and Pond near present time., In other' words Mr. H 'H. !S.. Senior Class the with ''Mis* Amy. t,
sucha from grove
steam
ftrttuZer will be distributed In the supplied the .whistle with Mr. Register' each are very ,tough--unreasonable for I ... ; Ie I all wrong to cut In and'out of
v.rbus 'communities, and those and during ,,Ita.debut that Saturday Peek and new-titles.; small team. The team;; as It has I .To Sponsor Play Moore making the presentation.The traffic on a crowded, thorofar
11110 the throttle could now under ''' been previously stated. Is unusually l Installation ot'dlstrlct' Such actions are responsible for
want them to afternoon the regional districts I
are urged : whistle had In changing are doing all : Bradford. ricers followed with the Magnolia
1ratch for these notice and to be not be closed and the It was thought best greens They The senior-class of thousands of collision accident annually '
recently '
l'Itdy' to get the seeds and fertllr. to sound until the boiler cooled be appointed as I that could be expected of them. High School 'Will sponsor as" an Guards of Jacksonville, In chargeof many deaths, and more In- '

: that one person of FERA' operations *I Any coach that could take over added feature of Homo-Coming the Installation. Mrs. Leta Rosslngnol juries.

Distribution for the Starke din off.Parson Kinney\ felt sore over general director another as work director. this group and rack up more wins day at the school next,Thursday, ) ,wa Installing officer; Only fire engines; ambulances tla

tact will, begin Oct. 19. having been bulldosed Into praying and Mr.. Register than losses on the present schedule October"' .. the, play," "Absent- Mr*. Connye Shaw Installing and police patrols on emergency h.
The Products Friday. against something he did not which latter position titled would be something of a Hou- Minded Bride Oroom.'!.wblcb will Chaplain and Mr*. Alma Bradber service may weave around traf-
to is officially
will be transferred ought holds. This office all there Is still a Woman's Club ,Installing attendant. The officer with sirens 6'
ether district hi believe In, at a time when be FERA Works." dlni. After be presented at the fic. They are equipped
the by
!nick and th dates of county distribwboa to have been at his hostess tablereireahln& "Supervisor or football. team back at'' Bradford of Stark., .'.elgbt o'clock that .l Installed .for the new year 1 and warning gong, and'every

will be himself with a bowl of All FERA project In Bradford High..a plucky, 'fighting' team evening by a cast of player. from .are a*follows. one know they are, coming.

t offices.i posted in the .various clabber.: Knowing that.the minds County are moving along towards that will still be much.in evidence the Lake Butler High School. President,* Mrs. Nettle: ,Mann< ? They are on emergency work-* ,

congregation were receptive, completion nicely. It was announc I[over the latter part of a tough, This play waa given In Lake Lake Bl&Uerf'AdYiaorr Miss Pearl you are not. Stay In your place-
his
blurs than of |of the scare of the evening before ed. The work on the office' building heart-breaking schedule.TEMPERANCB.MKCTINO. i Butler last week, and is reportedto Manning) Starke; Chaplain, Mr A and lie safe.Parenta "

i Wf 85.000.000 round I after morning, gave I Ie being pushed ahead at a I be.the best play ever presented Nell Connery. Jacksonville; Secretary -
were played by 3,000,000 i golf- he '> SUndaY and doubt will 1Mcompl.ted .' [ of ten children In Italy i
e, to lector about rapid speed no :: there. : ,,Mr* J JIa.Jtl Strickland. '
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the. world Jut wear; tt Sa,'estimated them a scathing judgment day; and within the next few ,Committee> The play Is la three acts and between Lake Butter;,Banker,,(.Mrs.' Laura ar* easmptedfront payment of 1.
their fear the work Is finished The Temperance : tax while bachelors between thget j :.l
When ,
even the fat weeks. at 4 act special: numbers will be MfcuouGalnvU; | r .Attndanttu4Miss **
There- after thus having got tasted all It will make the local office one meeting will be h.ld' Friday. A small admission plree Bda,, Ma* trickjaju and.Mr? of tw oty:fha,5aptl, .is.x. ;afa:: /:
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I i GRAHAM GUM BRANCH HAMPTON DOUBLE RUN HIGHLAND SAXTON 666
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Mr L. C. Smith CorrespondentH. MlM "ElIzabeth Harnuge Cor. Minn AdH Ntmnio Corrc..<..dBt Freda Brown;Correspondent M. E. Crews CorrespondentCarson Mr. W A. Tyler. Con..o.
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Mr. O. L. Br''w"nd daughter of I. !VD..
V. Saxon, of Hampton, was a Miss Louise Sapp who has been Mrs. Mattie "MTward.: who has Mr. and Mrs. Enos Anderson of M. Qrlffls was a business Double Run were visiting rela Checks Malaria In Three gala
visitor+ here Monday aften>>on. spending a while at Jacksonville been visiting friends and relatives Lake Butler, aro spending a whileIn visitor to.MaccIenny Mondayand tives here Sunday. Colds First| Day
Sheriff W. J. Epperson and with her brothre-ln-law and sister, In Jacksonville, Brlcevllle and this section with her parents Tuesday. II..'.'"...or N.anlal.ln, 8n'
i Deputy Benny Sapp were visitor Mr. and, Mrs. Albert Williams returned Baldwin, returned to her home Mr, and Mra. G. L. Kersey.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and Fine Laxative and Ton"M ..
[ Charles Ervln. of Willlston, wasa children and J. A. Tyler were visIting ...
l home here this week. Speedy H. .
here Tuesday. Sunday.Mr. a/id Mrs., J. L., Bagwell of visitor here Saturday.Mr. his sister.: Mi1 and Mrs. W. m mn. K.D....
o Math Wasdin and sons, Bobby and Mrs. W. H. Groves and Mr. J. T. Quigley of ,Starke Starke were ywitlng Mr. and ? '
M. ,, of Section Sun
and Mrs. W. Wimberly M. Norman Rising:
J; and Arnold,were visitors to HampIton children of Umatilla spent Satur- conducted two very Interesting Mrs. D. A. Judd\ Sunday.Mr. .
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and Mrs. Downing of Starke were Get
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d Monday afternoon. day night and Sunday with her services at the Baptist Church last and Mrs. Jerry Brantley of visitors here Friday, RidofMalaria
Illustrations Bessie Summer spent Sunday
and Mr. J. A. Sunday. Blackboard
brother
t' v A. A. Youngblood and son, Ves mother Hartsburg, were in this section
in and Miss Edna Williams, of Harnage and Mrs. W. F. Harnage. were used, making all the polnt8clear Saturday. Quite a number ,of Highland with her sister Mrs. B. Waldon.
"1 ter Mr and Mrs. Albert Williams, and Interesting.Miss people attended the Homecomingat O. T. Nelson and Alvin Tyler
? Waldo, were visiting Mr. and Mrs Miss Doris Brown was a visitor -
F.. W Johnson Monday.Mr. of Jackaonvllle, were the guests of Alta Rhames who Is teach- in Hartsburg*last week. Long Branch Church Sunday.T. were visiting: Mr. Henry Norman, !
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. I ing in the northern part of the T. Blackburn and Leon Wil- of Starke Sunday afternoon.
and Mrs. Fred Johnson were Mr. L J. Jarvia'has returned to
2 >. kinson visitors here Delllabe Thomas last
Sapp Sunday county spent the week-end with were Monday. Miss spent '
business visitors to Cltra Tuesday Miss Melba Crosby and Vera Lee her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. his home in, Pahokee after spend- Mrs. N. T. Green and childrenof week-end with her grandmother Banish Chills and Fever/
Mrs. Annie Ward and son, John, ing a while In this_ section.
y Starke here with C, who been ill
Lewis of Rising section, were the Rhames.Mr. spent Sunday Mrs. R. Dixon has ,
*u To Malaria
and Clyde Strickland were trans conquer :you must do two
acting business in Gainesville Mon guests of Miss Elna Conner Sun and Mrs. M L. Watterson I and delicious refreshments served. relatives for some time. things. (1)) Destroy the infection la the
day and Mrs. J. W, Horne have recently in this delightful Mr. and Mrs. Meat Carter' were English Carter was In this section blood. (2) Build up the blood to ouch
who -
Those participated
day.Mr. '
Ray Johns and children of been shopping In Jacksonville. visitors to Starke Saturday and Wednesday. come the effects and to fortify again
\ L.. C. Smith and John Ward were affair were Claudia Ha- services further
Olustee spent Saturday night and Mrs Emma Lamoreaux of Sunday.Geo. Remember preaching attack.There U one medicine thai
business visitors to Starke Wed zen, Eveln Chancy, Doris Hlnson Schoolat does these
here every Sunday. Sunday two things and that Is Grove
Jacksonville, Is her sister, and G. O.
J. A. visiting
Sunday with Mr Harnageand I Hazel Nightengale
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pexday Ode I Hlnson Myrtis Hall. 10:00 o'clock. Prayer meeting Tastal Chill Tonic t The tasteles.! qui-
family.Mr. Mrs. Avery DenlsonMr. Rhames Jeanette Guess of Jacksonville were business nine in Grove's Tasteless Chill Vitroyt
r4 Billy McEver and Leon Wynn Gladys Rhames\/ Wednesday night. Every Tonic
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and : and Mrs J. Pursley have recently -I visitors here Monday. every the malarial infection in
the
r; were business visitors to Starke Parker;, Dora Mae Wynn Marjorie body Invited. blood
'' Wednesday. children were visiting her parents been visiting their daughters Greene, Juanita Kalck Claudie F. M. Crews made a business while the iron builds up the blood Thousands .
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday Mra Carpenter, and Mrs. of people! have conquered
r Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds Mr. Belle Brown Carl Edwards, and trip to Jackonvllle Monday. Malaria
Springs county school super inhere with the aid of Grove's
Misses Melba Crosby, Vera Lee Teuten, of Palatka.Mr. Tasteless Chill
were visitors to Starke Thursday Lewis end Elna Conner were visiting and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Dorothy Johnson.J. Among the ones from here at- Tuesday. Tonic.In addition to being a noted ft.....
q Oscar; Dyal and son, Wesley, I Miss Alice Edwards Sunday ,Theressa, were the guests of Mr. L. Williams and family left tending the play given at the Law- Miss Elsie Starling of Clay Hill. edy for Malaria It I is also an excellent
ns; were business visitors to Starke Sullivan' mother\ Mrs. Josephine this week for Fabius Alabama, tey school house Friday night Included is spending a while here with her tonic of general! use. Grove's Tastdta
v Friday.Mr. afternoon. 'Sullivan last where they expect to make their Mrs. L. J. Norman Mrs. sister, Mrs. Maxle! Carter. Chill Tonic I is pleasant to take and cog.tains .
Sunday.:
Litchfield,, Miss Vesta McRae spent Friday nothing harmful.Even children lilt,
and Mrs. Charley future home. Avis Hardee Miss Maggie Crews, Junior Carter who bas been
with Helen Mrs. D. W. Johnson entertainedlast .
night and Saturday it and they can take it safely. For
of the Ziff section were business Miss Cleo Norman, Misses Ona salt
Norman. Saturday evening, October the quite ill In a Starke hospital was by all stoma Now two sizes-SOc and
visitors here Saturday Per- Mrs., Marion Browning and chil- thirteenth, in honor of her daughter The Himalaya mountain region and Avie Norman and others. improved enough to'return' home $1. The $1 size contains 2H limn u
Mrs. Edd Parrish and Mrs. bus dren, of Rslford, were visiting Mr. Mary\, Lee's birthday. I north of Benares' rising six feet Roy D. Fisher, of Green Cove Monday and Is getting along nicely much as the SOc size and gives you 23ft

iness ry Starling In Starke were Saturday.transacting /and M.rs. H. L. Edwards Friday. Interesting games were played, per 100 years. tendent was a business- visitor ,ion for your money. >


Dempsey RIley Wasdin motored and to Miss Gainesville Inez I "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"-Fair :Play! Is Elmer's l Motto '---By POP MOMAND I IC.

Saturday afternoon. = n __.
W. M. Thomas and son Frank ABOUT
Were transacting business in C. 'c.ee hMIZ A\\:! VEF THERE'S LOOK MEL.ASAR4'o,OL' B eUTIHOW
t : GOING TO BE A SERGEANT sOY-- c'MCN: OOWN AtE2A 6 Arte op
Gainesville Saturday. ELMER SLIR6 IS4sTANDING eopie "TO TH' COR.Ne;R TE8SI6 POOU- OR A
TERRIBL3 BATTLEWHEN !
Willie Strickland attended the GUARD LOOK :!: SQUIRT WI'n-i USW' u. gR.. I BOTTLe
In Gainesville Sat- SER6EIWT 'we MU5TTH' BLOW YOU Tb A "
football'game OF'
BY THAT KITCHEN AcEE COMING UP a
.., Irli'yu SQUIRT SHOWS saw-- :7: PcP?
urday afternoon.C. + rJf1 DOOR--- He'S OP TO SEE TESSie'HE FRONT Be QUICK! o
S. Kelly of Brooker, was a jppl" 4 STUi. GOT HOLD oP DOESN'KNOW 'l WALK-- /

visitor here Saturday, afternoon. rh i rrll, 49 "n-4' PoI Norman Johns and Clarence --
Rhoden, of Hellbronn Springs were r r'? 4E'S FOR--
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visiting Mr. Johns' parents Mr. ; //llr, THERE P .,. I I Li. Il Ilv
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rrf J. P, Roberts, of Gainesville, was -j } RI r II l lJ
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,,1' visiting his father C. B. Roberts
Sunday. + ar
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:Mrs. V. M. McKinney and sons, a-
% Chester and J. H, of Sampson City \
I were visiting her mother, Mrs. }
Annie' Ward Sunday. \ tiawY1 ltla sus a.1.t
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Mr. and ivtrs. F. M. Griffin were ---

"eve-' ning. I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR .' Inconsiderate I

Mr. and Mrs Trueman Dyal of -.. .... -. --..- .... -. -- -
Q the Ziff section were visiting Mr. I OH.tUDW WAR, PAPA
and Mrs. O. W. Dyal Sunday 9AY4f"' YOUU MARRY ENO REALLY 'MIBbiMILLIONBX 014 YOU GREAT' BIpcLugDEiw4'
:Mrs. Truby, Dyal, A. A. Young- M THAT VIE CAN' HAY tow VMMM, owe AT ,I'M ALL DATED 'STIFF"wkAT
blood and Lee Dyal, of Waldo.wet'e II 1 M.L Trie nftOHcy: wt A TIME PItA E, ONE AT UP 'TILL TK FIFTEENTH OP OJA wANfA
t' visiting Mr.' and Mrs. O. W II L "t WANT a wE'SO \... ftC A TUAEt! NEXT MONTH a BE GLAD WAKE M! UP
HAPPY 10 CONSIDER (T FOR ??'
Dyal Sunday. THEN YES .
w Frank Parrlah, of Waldo, was a OH. MRAUTOGRAPH NEITDOR,
% visitor here Sunday MY ,.
'l; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts were PROGRAM wrr!
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visiting Mr. Robert's mother In
F, Lake Butler Sunday afternoon' "\ Pp
Miss! Beatrice Starling left Sat. \ \ : 1clu
urday to spend a' few weeks as the s 'ey "
guest of her sister and brother-in-
.o law Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padgett, e

jj of Chlefland.Mr. .
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Waldo, WeNt visiting Mr. and Mrs.
''y H. M. Wasdin Sunday

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iDVV. OCTOBER 10. 1934 BRADFORD CO TELEGRAPH.' STARKE. FluURlUA P.o\.GE THREE i

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GRADE NEWS Modson his wife, dtendante. seekS NO. TWOA NO. FIVE U
inn the foreclosure of a mortffairea lIa JOINT'RESOLUTION JOINT RESOLUTION

plain first lion of you prior and ami superior each of tc the A Joint Reaolutlon Proposing nn A Joint Resolution. Proposing- ,,

11 Bradford High School JournalSTAFF I' 9TII GKAItE NEWS In and to the following' premise you In Amendment to Article 10 of the Amend Section I of Article II of
9Ut A Bradford County 1<'101''''''. to-wlt: I'onnlltutlnn of the State of1..1. the ( on.ll.lol of the of
HK"4 of 8HV4 ..ndIN! '. of 8WU ida by Ad.ln. Thereto .cdl. tlnl to County and
We have .ne>w pupil MargaretHair and BW'i of 8PH4., all -4n See S3 tlnnal . ,.
from Jacksonville.' Twp. T H. R. 30 Ii. Section Relating to lionetead n. It Iteaalvv) ay the 1..1.1...,. ,

---- .. It In Oiderert that andh of and E.mplon. .f the stele .r Florida i
-- ---= The ninth A pupils going to the you Be It .. by the l.rclslatdr
you arc. hereby required to n..t. That Mention ti nf Article of
I Tornadoes Lose Library Purchases St. Augustine game Friday night 10 said bill of complaint .pp.ar. of ... .1... at FUrldsil the' Constitution of the II of

Dot Edna cause on Monday November Mh That the 1010\lnl amendment to Florida relating to county "nl mu
were:
____._Kdltor-ln-Chlef To St. Bishop. Pearce 114 otherwise the of complaintwill Article 1(1 of nicipal government be and sam
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Augustine bil
jurotb7 WY,1flA8t. Edttor.ln-C'hlet Needed New BooksMany Lillian Stump,Frances Peek, N..T. bit taken as by you. the Htat of .. to I I. hereby .n."nd.d. and as amended
I ElaIne; JIIarwlck .Exchane Editor Hitch Willis Smith and L. O. It I. further ordered ''t" o. homestead and exemptions' by add I I. agreed to and .h.1 be submitted ,j
1io' thY Ha..n ___ __.A".t. Exchance In 19-2 Battle, tic. be published one. each week. for thereto an additional Section. to the electors the Stat
Oiice Btot"kW,1I _--._.Lllerar Editor Fiction Book To Be Pur- Jones Jr.Clarice. 4 consecutive. week In HradfordCounty .b* known a. "Reotlnn T" providing of Florida at the Qenaral. Kloctlonor ", It

-'JCI'I.: ", arwlck'A..t.. Lit. Editor chased Soon Gill went! to Gainesville Telegraph, a newspaper that no assessment for any Representatives to b* held 'In
And"r"on, Jr. _.$!port. Editor Boy Take Loss Good NaturedlyAnd Also published In sid county.Vitn.... Hint! or County or Municipal 114 for approval or rejection. Maid "
:Vl' ___Aa.t. Sportu Editor Sunday. my hand and the official senl of ation .h..l be levied upon the Section 14 of Article I. aa ..m.nd'f
i..tUI I. Davie I'nyd..r____.___ Bocl..t Editor Hope to Do Better In The Bradford I France Peek Reporter. aid Court at Btarke, Bradford etead. and the earn I I. ...x.1 ed, shall read aa 1010w.I .,
iM'10' SI"rn.r."t.. 800. Editor The Alachiut Game County HighSchool County FIrld. this Ird day of October .r..l to anil shall be submitted Section. 14. The .. I.lalur. shall J
Lilillu' _. .Jok.. Editor Library under the directionof 114. the qualified I elector of the State of establish an uniform system'of ,./
Lfldie Lihftfi? Junir Andnrson. Jr. Entertainment f The Tornadoes took a light purchased We < Clerk of CI..eul Court, In the general election to be held on which shall b* "ovfrnm.nt ;
t Annie ;
lose Mae
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". Editor: a new set of World Encyclopedias sorry Bradford '' 'Iorlda the first Tuesday after the first case where local or law
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beating the hands of the St. special
UraDflent. Enter- In ten volumes and a new Webster's Thornton, who la sIcM and will not KNIOIIT KNK1HTAttorney Monday In November A. D. 104 for counties are provided by the
Jr..d* ***o talnment Editor Augustine Mullets last Friday be with us the rest of the for PI.'ntl.' hat I ii* to say, there b* addedto Legislature that may b* Inconsistent, \
; Torod ___Primary and International Dictionary. year. 10-5-ftt-ll-l Article 10 of the i.i nf therewith the Legislature. shall ,
Lucille ,i ;night In the St. Augustine floodlight by '
Kenneth Lyles went to Virginia the8t.t.nt law
jury to general
Department ; plsslfy cities and
Bieiaentary These
noe "l__Junior HI Reporter I I stadium to the tune of 19-2 needed books will arriveIn for a fifteen day vacation. Ro..n. which Isn't at all bad a few dayse as the order has already Jlimitl. tllKtlr.HHAI ditional Section to be known a* shall I by general law provided for
considering Erma Blair has moved< to Ocaa >FOHI> IOI1NTV.' "'r'TI 'P. of .. ., ,which heir Incorpoiatlon. ju .1
been "M.'t..n .1.rtol.
the team they played against. forwarded. Of KI.OHI1H. IN "'"" a .ov..n..nt.
DOORS OF OPPORTUNITY and will attend school there. 11. I.ton. powe. dul. ". W
THE!: Xv two Louise Unwell Beet Ion T. There. he .. *ucn .
points came as a resultof The Library is also going to buy Reese Bradley Reporter. Complainantvs. .h.1 exempted I.. 1".lle.lon. .
front all no special or .'
Interest us because other than .
Fairy tales a safety made by Keeffee Har- forty or fifty new fiction booksIn special assessments, for benefit, to orating cities or towns, Innt'

they give us pictures rf a world reU in the second quarter. the near future.As BABY TORNADOES DOWN J.n, Frederick. Howell eveiy head nf a family who I* for their .v..nm.nt. prov'dln. .'
do marvelous things De..ndant Itlsen of and reside In the State Cow"r., dut.. and privilege shall', .
In which men The Tornadoes really outplayedthe students are allowed to pay GREEN COVE :X7 TO 'I It : M.ft appended FI.rld.the homestead a. defined In ... the Legislature.. ",.i
hindered all the bill the aboveMated
are helped or by their fees with book 10 of the Constitution of Approved June 3, 1033.
Mullets In the first half but library a quitea The Baby Tornadoes defeatedthe onus that ... Frederick t
!Lner man and great creat- He Htate of Florida up to the valuation
of in spite of this they made two number of second hand books In Springs 27-tY The first two howell the d"f.n".nt therein named of |5.000.no provided however

urea who lurk and hide in forest touchdowns by the use of trick good; condition have found their touchdowns were' made by Billy Florida. a, and- In a resident, the of state Ashe-of that the b vested title to said homestead A JOINT NO.RWSOLUTION1 SIX: ,
and de- In such headof )
mar *
nd underground; magic plays. way to the Library shelves. licks, who played great part of vllle. North Carolina over the a.. 01twenty.o a family or In his lawful wife A Joint Resolution
because things seem to year; It ii therefore or. Amendment to Prop".ln.
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residing such homestead
nibts the Edward upon or ,
Captain Bag. Arl.l.
game. .
with so little ease. The :Mallets made their third dered that said non-resident defendant In both. Constitution of of Flor. '
be accomplished SOCIETY well made one touchdown and two lie and he la hereby required to ida Relative i
touchdowns and extra point In the Approved May 1933. --0-T""tlo5 and Sinanoe .
Is no mystery about suc- appear to the of complaint filed I to yIn Known
There Among those attending the football extra Earnest hIl ae
fate fortune, and third quarter when our boys were points. Philips In aald cause or before 1ond"y., of Article iN S."ton 1 ., J
I -ess. Luck. game and dance In St. Angu- helped lead the Tornadoes to their the Bin day November, A. ) NO. THRKR lie "(
tired and bad substitutes Itt 11 .01. ,
word which have no no good h.f I by he ...
otherwise allegation of I.rgisiat.re I
are stifle : .
chance Friday night were, Dorothy victory. Jack Underbill left end A JOINT RESOLUTIONA of .. I Fi.'niia. .
,Of 'great: men.A while they had twelve or fifteen will bo taken a* confessed by ...Idd.l.nd..nt .
in the speech Louise Snyder Geraldine I Joint Resolution Proposing* the That tha
olace Sapp played a great game. He made following' to
man's luck i* In himself, his nice fresh men' to- put into the Johns Dorothy White. Louise Kite, : one of the extra points. Phillips It ... ordered. that this or Amendment Constitution of of Article XIX of the the Ai'ticie State! IX of at ..the .Con.ttulon amendment of ,j.

I chance i Is in his ability to get some- game. Joe Edwards Charles Pender, Sidney -, made the other touchdown. :Many der be published once .weak forfour to Prohibition.lie Florid. Relating ." iH'LUon M of said Artlol IX b. Lt.
weeka Ltrad-
I tiling,! to do and his fortune In the In spite of the good team St. Hershfield, and Edwin Smith. saw the Tornadoes win their sec ford' (o..lv. newspaper the It n..lv... I Legislature .n.1 and snm I. hereby agreed to .\,
with which he onto the field we :rli' "f the State of .1.rld.1Tl'Rt shall b* submitted to the et.otors
and energy Augustine put Elizabeth Holingswdrth. pultlUlied 1lldlr-tlh't and Hide -
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,1,111 Dorothy Sapp ond game from the Springs.HIGH or the State of FloridA'
at the .:
It Is said that a seriously threatened their goal Till 1 ipac. Article XlX'of the Constltti- U.n.ral'
When \ '
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It. to h.
doel Martile Hemingway J. tOn of the Slat of Florida be, and first KI.cton held on th. ., ;.
t man is lucky It means that he has line twice In the second quarter Ernestine Andrews. and James THIRD GRADE NEWS Clerk Circuit Court. Ih. same hereby amended *o a* day ''n'November *.- the frt Iron-
them when It is to be at the last mo PATTISN I.ANHI1M. to read a. follows im- fa \1 ,
trains and use ; only repulsed folllngsworfh motored to Galnes- We are very glad to have a new Solicitor I ARTICLE XIX ton r.J.cton!

Bid that things .come his way it ment. afternoon. 9iH-6t-10-S. ". 14 For a period of .
villa Sunday pupil with ua, Afline Dew. from Section I. The Board tee,, flf.
of County '
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means that he has gone after Ronald Pitts and Francis Cot :MIss Mary Lucile Torode spent New York. We also have two pu- np (riimmlssloner, I of each County In I operation. ,' motion b..lnnlnl of 'I.I f i

them. The theory that success Is ton were hurt during the game. : the week-end at the State Farm. pus sent up from the low third. to "o'rl'l Ht..rlf of 11.ICTIO'lrldfo"d County .the. State, not oftener than one In : slid plant. Which shall b" -"t.bllh.* i.

luck is used by weak and Inefficient The team did good work at offense Miss Marie Thede spent the Thank let. of the of .v.ry of two yenrs, upon the applica' cii it? this State on .I... July o,
just you Mr. Gray, for ie It Known H A. dray, one-fourth of the registered "t. 13.) build- '
people who use this the and defense against the week-end with Miss Alice Royster. ting us go to High School chapel Secretary of the :of Florid, do and voters of any, County, shall call 'logs\ Inrlucln., .1,,l.nc'1 in con- I'' ,

ory to explain their failures. The heavy St. Augustine team while :Miss Mildred Hundley spent last week. We, enjoyed the pro- hereby UHftRIIAl.rive notice RI.MCITIOVwill (County provide In which for.an .1..lon. I ii In m"d.the Buttheiewlth.Into. the and finished all raw. majrlals ,,:;.

people that reach the pinnacle of Bill Edwards Merrill Edwards. Wednesday night with Miss Mary gram very mucH and hope we can be hold In Viadrord County, to derld whether the sale In duota ?.olnl,"u1 "'"f'lo' and plants pro., a* /1!
,
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fame have energy, courage. and and Keeffee Harrell did some out Lucile Torode in Lawtey. go again. State of Florida the first, on Monday Tuesday In next No toxicatingliquors hall l.e. prohibited, wines therein or beer the well films: i."W"h.'I exempt h d products from all or \} .

faith.. standing playing. :Misses Mildred Hundley. Mary We like to the Football and .uoc..d.n.V. 1934, the said Tu..lay question to lie determined by a .." ad. ;
.
sing .mp'tlon.
nl of "shVn'beco'm'
Thede belnsthe Jo..ly. tlo.a "oln. at the cisctint which "effeovlru $
and Marie *
At the start opportunities are Before the game the Tornadoes Lucile Torode Booster songs during our morningexercise MIXTII I>*Y OF .n."r tll. M.Cton. whichelection tiva hy ot this' Amendment f<'

rarely very striking or promising; went through old Fort Marion and motored tQ Lake Butler Saturday In our room. For I'plted Htate* NO"IU'OEr .h.1 b. In the, hall extend beyond the year 11143. \,'
For Representative. In Con ren. manner' pr..rlh..d by ia for hnld. The exemption herein J'
;
often small gatesInto had afternoon. authorised
they are very other places of interest and a Luclle' Edwards Teacher. State at Larv Insr general elections. JI..oUon. shall not apply to real estate owned $'

wbat appear to be very small light lunch. We had several absent this week. For Representative oft the Remind under within this Section shall by such motion picture studio "j"

fields of action; but let a man pass After the game they had a good WE WONDER WHY We missed them very much. The Congressional District of the Stateof presentingsaid sixty day from the time but of Ifany and plant a. the exuept location th* real estate oonupled ,

through them with resolution and supper and went to a dance heldin We have to give reports In. history children 'InoUI' room tire divided Congress Florida of In the the United Heventy-fourth State. take such .1.
and Immediately the ? For Two Justices of the place sixty day of any and plant and other buildings Incl. ;
Intelligence. their honor Into two groups, "The Cats" and Huprem mat
widens until it .take on, at So few were on the honor roll Court of the State of Florida. r'o\: h or primary dental to the operation of such tu.
field fellows dlo
Those St.'Augustine are The Mice. We are seeing which For Two Railroad ('ommissloneruof :1lldct'"Whl' and plants, together with such 'I

times, a scope of a continent.The pretty good sports after all. last month? group can be the quietest and the Htate of Florida.For ilnys election after, or such primary. N.lon..r ing I mills, A. may be required for hous ,
officer
looks hard butIf Luc fie 'Torode giggles so : One Member of the House of and employ**., and for ".
world
make Mary
very The Tornadoes hope to up I work the hardest. Repieientatlve of the Rial of )Flor SeCtion 1. The Ltl.llll'* .h.1 warehouse*. laboratories, cut :;, j
energy, Integrity, and Intelligence last Friday's loss by beating Ala- much? Miss Ruby Lilley, Teacher. ida.For provide by general rooms projection rooms., Un. ,
are put into any kind of field Charles Pender had the stomach Five Ccun'y aonimlsslnner cat carry out sodenforce truckage, .hlppln. f.ollt.., sets '
chua here at the municipal For Three M.mnere of the County the I'rolI'Ioo this Article. and .
will be sure to gain the ache Wednesday? All laws Approved June ?. m't .
work you this afternoon-and we hope FIRST GRADE D Board of Public Instruction. r.l..ln. Intoxicating -. IKS. ,
Joe Griff doesn't grow? In Whereof I 1'00. Ind beer which '
luccess. same thing! :Miss Olive Ray visited us last have .tn"ny set my hand on n..mh., 11, ISis, un"I.. ;
at six
Large opportunities in the hands .- -' Robert Chapman got up Friday. We were so glad to see and affixed. the Great Heal less changed by the Legislature by NO. SEVEN l.j;
AT o'clock Thursday morning? nf the Mists of Florida at law expressly l mad, effective concurrently A JOINT RESOLUTION <'
to but GLEE CLUB SINGS her again. She talked to us about
of small men come nothing GIRLS In book Tallahassee, the Capital, with this{ amendment, A Joint Resolution Proposing an ;4\
;
small opportunities in the hands CLUB HOUSE Charles P. isn't seen Columbus and gave us a picture of this the first d"y of August shall a* Co changed. become effect Amendment to Arlcl. VIII of The ', ;
All ladles of the keeping and business efficiency Columbus for (SEAL) A. D. lye with hi. Aillcl and so Constitution of It.t. of Flor .
of large men become great. Thirteen young our room. 114. A. ORAY, remain thereafter ..h.1 by ida Relative to CounII -

that a strong .peiscn should ask :Senior:; girl's glee' club sang: Por' any more. Miss Hazel Adklns Teacher.. Secretary of state. the 1..I.lalur. Th* power of..the ties. ,

fOI' Is an opportunity;.the rest ;&eibould get-Me-Not," by Gutce ol the Wo- : Dorothy .Sapp has so much work Miss Olive Ray gave the members Bradford To ?"..County.. W. J. Ft.rk.Kpperaon.. Ph..lf r..IRtu'.".. to carry. to out ..and, .enforce necessary this *of It the .Slate.... ar FUrMat the ...*,.1...'* \

do for himself. Those who man's Club Friday Oct. 12. I odoT of the Primary department a I.T."-'t.a. Article .hal Include the right to That the following I Amendment to 'i1}

hate worked dared aspired and We understand that they sangbeautifully. We have to have book reports, ? "get' together" party In Miss Ad. provide manufacture or sale Article VII of the Constitution of *.n
NOTI'1 or iy private Individual, firm anilrtnrvoratlons the Florida relative to '*J
achieved are the heroes cf today.Put kins' room oa: Friday: at the recess WH1HMAf. The II.IIO.1..I.I..tur. of by .th* State cities and counties, to be numbered, :f.

vitality Into" your' work, not Those who sang' were: SIslne Funny Foolish period. Delicious Ice cream cups 1183 .. of 11f Counties. : or political ."br Section 5 of said Article VIII-,,b.
State of did visions' or any and the cam I I. hereby agreed to ,i
FI..ld. }
limply for what you gat: out of It, Wynn. Guilda Marie Thede Frances And Flippant were served to those present.PREPRIMEK Eight Joint proposing' .; commission agency to b* cr.at.d and shall h* submitted to the elec- J\

but for the Joy in tbarlns experience Hemingway Dorothy Claire amendments to the Constitution of for that purposeUnction tor of the State at the Uneral ..j!,
(h. Htat of and the t. Until! Election to b
Florid. earn changed by elec- held on the first {'
with other and! helpng: to Klckliter Martha Powell Doro- were agreed lp vote of three- tions .I.d* under this the Tuesday after the first Monday In i

enlighten their burden3. thy Sapp. Lillian Sternberg Elizabeth Chapel Program By Mr. Muc- Harold Tomllnson won a prize, Ilfh. of all member elected status .1 territory A..I"I,1 t.t.or November A. D. lOst for ratlflcaA
And the house. that the votes on Florida to whether the sal''a tlon nr to-wlti: .'
Mcry Luclle Queen'it Sophomore It was a little book because he reJ.oton. ?
.
Hollingsworth Raid Is .
J.lnt R..olul.n. were or shall b* Section >\
THINGS WORTH WHILETo Torode Grace Arwood. Ernestine Post Graduate Beat Yet knew his arithmetic the best. upon their ., ... ..nt.r.,. the p".mlt.It prohibi.. 91 have power to .. 1."cl.l.tur. .h.1 .''
the yea and nays thereon. and Isle. provided that at the (tlenerai 1 a .tabl.h. .I. "
Sophomore"and ,
McMillan and Mr. MacQueen's We have been coloring black to ;
look and see the beautiful, Andrews :Marjorie hey did determine and direct. that Election In 1014 or at any time b*o'w a* the City O'tO' k O -I (f,
This world holds to the view; Mildred Hundle.Student the Pont Graduates had cats and pumpkins' faces., It will the said Joint Itennlutlon It. sub.milled within two year after this Articlebec'nn.s vllle, extending .. tbl'o..h.

To listen and to bear the songs T charge of and presented the chapel soon be Hallowe'en you know. at the tn the .11"tor. nf the dial effective the Hoard of out the present lmi. of I);
Oeneral
In November County (Commissioner of (Coun County In the '
any any'or all A
Which nature sings for you. Gov't. program to the high school stud. We will be glad to have any visitors. !514.1'OW ty shall, tiuon the application of county dl.t..l.t. municipal and local ?

ent body last Friday. The entertainment THKUKFOim 1, n A flv per rent of the registered voter governments, board, bodies and of'p
mAy Secretary of the Stat of of the County csll and provide luersfonetltutlonHl
l.n
To taste the sweet of all you eat Committees wes a big success and Joan Dobrow was sick Tuesday,, Florida, lre hereby itlve .nllr. that a for an election to derld whether leglslatlv. executive, judicial statutory, or, '*K:

To smell each flower earned: the applause given It by the we missed her and we are glad she IHNKItJtl.! IKLHCTION the pale ehnll ". prohibited In curb ilmlnlstiatlv, and hall p.crlb. >
fragrant Go Into Action will be held In <*ac'n county In IViunty, ..eleitlon to b* other- the '' powers, W'
To know to feel that God Is real. student body. is back. Florid. on Tuesday next eni-eeedlnir. wipe s* provided In Article 1 her- f"n.,
was opened as usual Miss Annie Mae Monday In November, A. Ii ot. .
To live within the hour The program: Pearce flrl .lont legislative, executive, ju. g
11134, In. said Tuesday I.Ing the Section 4. This Article shall b and
EspecIally America and followed Teacher. administrative I department {
,
Committee by a song ,1
Cheer-Vp tXTIt n Y OF JMOVKMBI'm: com effective Immediately. upon and its hoards bodies and offluers ,
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To love o=e who deserve your Active by the Lord's Prayer and for the ratification' or rejection of its adoption and the repeal of Article I : to divide the territory In
another song, The Star Spangled Those on our Honor Roll for last the said Joint Resolutions XV11I of the Amendment to the eluded l In such municipality Into sub.ordinate
amendment tn fIr
the
love of the United States districts and h
tf (on.tlulon to prescribe ,'
committees werMarlon I ha Atate of Florida a ,
month Mont&omery.Billy via
To face all With a smile The student government Banner. : just and reasonable system of taxation '.
To reach hard, especially the .cheer-up, The main part of the programby Dean Overstreet Mary Alice Na Approved May t, 1935. 'or Pitch municipality and di..
a goal by trying and the Post N1 trlctst; and to fix the liability of }
These are the things worth while. manners and morals and attendance the Sophomores Yarhrough. Wanda' Pearce Mary A JOINT nWtur.UTlN NO. FOUR such municipality and districtsHondeil

.. committees have gotten under Graduates ,was now JIe&'Un.wltb a Frances Powell Bradley Geiger P..opn.lnl*an A".em..nl* of AI(1 ''A JOINT RESOLUTION and other Indebtedness, ex. ,
good 1 work. Caught the, ,Puppy Hazel Fields and Marjorie Sue Relating- to isting at the time of the establishment !
recitation.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT way and are doing th Judiciary: by Add A Joint Resolution ". an of such shall b* ,
.Nearly every morntngf members Ache. Middleton.We nt Thereto> an Additional Mart Ion Aeeidnient.nf'Ftoctton 10 of the enforceable ..munl"lp.llt.. property (

The Student Cooperative Gov of the cheerup or manners This was followed by a funny. are now working for, gold to vldlntr n* Known for the a*rediftlon rtertlon 41 of Pro the Declaration of
eminent held a meeting Thursday.Each and morals committees come into foolish poem "For Sale--One stars in our reading. Numlx-r of Judicial Circuit of Relating- llrsnd Juries. Infor. determine .h.I portion, from tlm of* to tm., r!>,
This State
committee chairman gavea the home rooms and give talkson Ford Car., Mrs. Jeanette D. Kincaid. apportionment and Requl..lnl Circuit the Re. mallona.* pr..ntm.nt.and Capital Indictment nlclpnllty I is a rural area,"In'U a .

report of the advance In :iis cheerfulness good spirit sportsmanship Next we had a song by the Prairie Teacher and the Judire Thereof. Crime.,* and Other.r..n.Felonies. and homestead not b* limited In such.. rural area .h.1 i.
a ,
!>- It _.1. ,.. .
r l. *;lelat*Mi Providing That Judgments and ,
the ,
work. good manners or some Flowers (This was about WORD PLAY ., ,.. Nlete .( FlorMai Sentences nf the Court May H* town.. fluch municipality may exrnls -

The safety .committee under other useful and helpful subject. funniest number on the program.) What bus do you take on Octo- That the following amendment to Mad and Entered In Term Tim. .corporation all the and power shall of also a municipal b. recngnlsed 'f/,

Herbert Manners committee is and solo by Beatrice :Minor ber 12th. Article V of the Constitution of or In Vacation on Pleas of Onllty, a* one ol the legal political t
Packhara and the The attendance a piano thIs State to the Judiciary to and With ,1,

and Moral Committee. under doing good work by handing in entitled Bar Coronet ColumBUS; by adding r.l.tnt. .ddllona Section the F..I''II..C. (Iy nf Dispensing Summoning the division ties and obligation of the State of a with county the and du );
.
Erma Stockwell, seem to bave their weekly reports and fining Then: Seeln' the Fair, an amus- With what flower did America and the 4ft a*earn I:*a hereby airred, be to of Grand a Circuit Jury Judo-Except*. Upon Order shell he entitled tn ell the on...M. '.

made absent without a monolog by Inus Prescott help to whip the Germans? and shall b. submitted to the quali right and prtviisE.einniu4itrej.rsssntatioa ; I:
the most progress. Its members those who are ing fled voters of the State I;. It Ree.l-e4 *r -.. .....III..r. In the State Legisla !
of Florida
have given talks in aU the good reason one cent. In conclusion were announce. Goldenrod; for ratification or rejection at tin, .f the *.. of Flerldai ture, which would accrue .It If It ."

rooms during home-room prograM The library committee la doing ments by Mr. Gray and a lively What. the milk-man' favorite next ensuing general *latlon. that That the following amendment to wore a county and All property of I'u-
soot the football I is an additional Section Section 10 of the Declaration ol val County of the municipalities' I'I'In
every Tuesday and Thursday good work and so Is the safety "pep" meeting which group of stars? to tb"l..f; t a* Section 4( of Itlghts of the Constitution of the .... county shall vest In auch .

on their various subjects.All committee. We all hape they will boys off to St. Augustine in The Milkeyway; of the Constitution* of state of Florida, relating to Orand municipal corporation when estab .'
U little Florida h* adopted to read Juries. Informations, presentment* dnr'I herein provided. The t.fires
the What a regular a* '
that croone
of the other chairmen gave continue to do so and good spirits. _ low. t !-Wlt3Heetlon and Indictment* of persons for capital nf the Circuit Courtand ?.
favorable reports.A other two or three committees not -. meanle? ; 43 crime and other felonies. be, and Sheriff shall not b* abolished
to work. LIBRARY CLOSED TWO DAYS Amos Quito. (a) Ther final tut no more than the -. I* hereby agreed. to and hut the Legislature may preecrlb, "
splendid talk was given by yet active will soon get UP" I fifteen Judlel.. circuit *f the State shall b* submitted to the the time when and the method by t-
BEING "FIXED I I lector. of qu.lll.d which such office shall be filled '.
Grataln of WHILE I of "Io.rd. b* appropriately d.*- the "late of I.
Cooper, 1934 graduate GRADUATE NEWS The B. H. S. Library -was closed \V.IATvOULD JIAPPEJST' IF : ami defined by I ratification or rejection, at the general and the compensation to b* pail to _;
Bradford High, whowa* visiting POST for I a stIItaile law enacted by the Lllatur **- election J to be held on the first itch officer and may vest In them
his Alma Among' the Post Graduates attending last Friday and Monday while a Sumter Harley. was quiet far that purpose In accord- Tuvsday after the first Monday Inov.mtrr. additional powers. and duties, No 'I
Mater. out" N A. D 1114."Section county Office shall be abolished ..
the football game in St. "clean up straighten/ pro- five| minutes. ana with th. ..ndm.nt Provided orconsolidated
The Inter that no Judicial' defined 10. No person b* with another office "
students The his
are showing Turner. Pauline put into effect. Earnest Morgan didn't know tried for .hal without making I
Augustine were Dot gram was by law herennder eh*1 1 embrace a capital crime on provision for the
est In this work and.we hope to Bee :Miner Palmer books were cleaned. numbered put lesson? lev than fifty thm.nd. Inhabitants presentment or Indictment by a performance pf all State duties now
have Priest. according the let preved- grand ;jury and no shall be or prescribed. by to
everyyone's cooperation."THE books ,were W. T. Week. and Jim Moore Edwards person h..ler laW
Williams, and Lester SchnelL into place missing inS $tat. or Federal census: and tried for any other felony "unlessun h* p.to.r.d by such county '
-. Priest and Dot Turner checked up on. books received for ,handed their bookkeeping provided further, that no judicialilrciilt presentment or Indictment by a tic. contained herein ehailaffect
SECRETS OF SUCCESS" Pauline 'numbered and axletln at the time of ratification grand Jur or upon Mectlon JO of Article III of
time?
afternoon 'nlorm.tol
motored to Gainesville Sunday libraray tees ware In on of Ibis amendment shall tie under filed by the tin (on.Ululon of the Stat of
"What are the secrets of success put into place new lists were Mrs. Perkins lost her 'voice? affected, altered or abolleheil. except attorney of the court wherein.. the tonch provision

?" asked the Sphinx. .' and little signs were made Mr. Howard couldn't buy anymore In the ..nn..p'o"hl.In tbl.nS'I..r Information I I. filed except a* I. therein a* relate to regulating th*
S made, same otherwise (n thle Consti jurisdiction and duties of any class
"Take pains'* aald the window. and put on the cabinet In other candy or pvpslcles? Into : nor shall any existing tution, and J.o.ld.) In ease of Im- of officers, to summoning and Impanelling

"Push." said the button. Recreation Program everything concerning Stwke didn't nave a football Judge or State Attorney p."lm.nt. and In case In the grand and petit Juror '
.said the worda b* dlturb In the tenur *f his of- I .." In active service 1n| to assessing and collecting dateS
"Always keep cool, "Coming Along" Fine the Library wa put into "tip top" team? flee until the expiration of any time of war, or which the mat, fur county purpose and to regulating ,
Ice. Artford Brown gave a readingIn commission held 1 him on the date I wll the eunsentof Congr***. may I the fee and compensation, ofcounty
condition. this amendment I ,ratified In of peace. Any officer No law
"Never lose said the pereon .uthorl.ln.
bead
your Direction of Sullivan chapel (h> it shall b* the duty of the under o.I b wtlnn. present the establishing or .b"l.hlnl '
barrel. III Under the A CORRECTION' Virginia Alvarez lost 10 pounds? Legislator. at its next router a.*. ment or Indictment for any felony such municipal copor.lon .,. ',
"Be up-to-date".said the calen- Carter and High School treas- class lon after th. amendment .1.1 have not eapltal I may b* arraigned and may ant this ". beoom '
Students Katie Fugate was elected Tbe tenth grade history been ratified to pas l law* Cater a pl.a In term time or In va operative effective until approved v
dar. of the tenth grade not Margy knew their lesson? to carry this amendment Into .if.et. o.tln. ana the judgment and sent by a majority of the qualified
"Make light of said urer laat -- and to niak* effective the reap the court on a pl.a of guilty elector participating In an election
the everything. recreation program under McMillan, as was reported of this country spend port Ion men t and reduction of JnoJI.alal may b* mail and either In helil In said, county but .. long a*
The The people Circuit and Judges term or In vacation. The Judgeof suet" municipal' .o.poaton .al.ta
fire.a driving business," said the the direction of Sullivan Carter week. over.$1,000,000.000 ,year at the hereby contemplated.e .CIcaI tm.., rourt I. authorised under this 8."to. ".Ial.t" "
I Federal Government here < ) There b* one to dlspens with) the summoning, may amend the > .j
hummer the .h.1 (lr.1
: and work In DID YOU KNOW THAT movie Judge ...h .'.' empanelling, and of the orlxlng th. same without referen 'f
"Aspire to greater things" saId I at B. H. S. Is doing fine additional Circuit Judre for Judl grand jury at .n .on".nln. by dum to the qualified voters uniass :-
the I the health and outdoor Mignon Sisson blushed In BugUsh I CIHCIir rol'HT, B>H .I,rOHI.*i ial I Clrnnlt may b* provided, for making, ...t.'nl' ,, and .filing with the Legislativeset proYld'nl' for 4
promoting
nutmeg."Find and clasS Thursday? : (:01 *TT ri-OHIU H IHAIf by l lw a* authorised by. e the clerk court a written such amendment or .hal
a good thing, and stick to activities of the grammar diamond 43 of Amended Article V ; order directing that no grand ) provide for such referendum
a I
It." of the hlfch school students Inea Dcmpsey la wearing A. Amlth a. Liquidator. for Bra4 C"D.ltuton. but the total ; b* snmmonsit at such term of Approved May SI. 1933.
said the g'eSelected some number of on her left hand? ford County bank a corporation.\ ... apportioned h. any which order of the Circuit : r
from "A Senior's ; Each period.a certain James YLaInif .n* judicial, circuit not exceedon I may b* mad In vacation or The votes cast In compliance with '
Srsp Ii- school children with, a We have a new senior. ,.: dAs NO. 1.7 I Circuit Judge .n.1 very fifty timeof Said court .Th* Legislature said, proposed. amendments. and the
Book. grammar students to flair? John. W Lewis-t' ; al. Drrenriant thouan Inhabitant, *, or Thai,., fraction .h1 have, power by generalgl*- canvas, declaration and return ','
number of high school went to the OKOKR ..f Fl aLec.a'riov'r I thereof, after this amendmant l"tn. t'>regulal the number of thereof shall be ."b .t.d the
CAUENT3A1\ .ln-l Frank ff. Hodon a* are provided br law"
enJoy'neaVIy an show with a boyT B. Braun. *> In Circuits having more than a grand jury and to fr- the general
Oct. 13.-Sr. t ,la Glee Oub. and sunshine and and I.ah.lla 1 K Modson. hI. on. Jnda the L.gislatuee l may deeIcnate aumOer of grand juror. required to elections In the mate of Florida

Oct. 16-Jr. C .'.iGGleeClub.Oct. hour of footbalL basebamor, J al- wife, Ihe r..id.nclof each of whom I the place of residence of rot, ,for and.. return .. Indictment IN TBMTIUONY ".ERIO., I I,
like. People of England paid taxes Ia> < any such addItiona', Juris:* or Judges O' presentment have hereunto '
16.-Jr. m.-.. Glee Ciuo. most any other sport they In the last T'.n..DN''I. : e, Chat the plaintiff ha. i*) The re-apportionment of Clr- Thl sod affixed the Cfreal Meat
Oct. 19-Assem*. This vigorous exercise promotes averaging '82 a person filed his bUY* complaint In the cults and Judire thereof hereby asaforee.Id. ratification of the, *t*t.' of Florida! at
ly effect
program and love of the financial\ year while those In hove entitled caue. ...In.t' John provided for shall besom. effective midnight on mlur at 'Fsilaha.ee.. the (Capital..
first rlod. health appetites, contributed $'7M, and W. Lewis and hU wife. Ella' Lewie.O lxly' day after the act providing the lat 134 SE.U.' this the t..nll.UIII .day
Oct 19-Footbf tl herewith cut-of-door as well as the interest France : B.' B.' Braun: lnle: and| for earn ehall have he-om law" without a.cu.ly. j.SI.Ia Of July. A.
game
;- A1achua.I ta outdoor games and pastime those to Germany f 28.7S. I frank, M. iiodeoo and Isabella It;. Approved June I. UU.'t ApprOves Jun,7..131. ft. A.Bur.t'T"URAY,of.Btat.



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PAGE' FOtTIt BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
I FRIDAY.
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: Mrs. Searing HonoredOn << Baptist Church\ ActivitiesA STATE AND NATIONAL "One Night Of Love" I I Moore after a two-year7

Her Birthday religious cepaus\ of Starke was OFFICERS OF WOODMEN ATTEND MEET CIRCLE At Ritz Next Week I from the screen. ""mi

I Saturday afternoon a very pleas- tllk _Sunrtcy under the leadershipof -Continued FronrPage-One On Tuesday and Wellleeda]
'3ociety ant surprise party was held at the A. J. Thomas, 'Superintendent Tonight (Friday),, at the Rita next week will be featured'
II
home of Mr. and Mrs C. O. Sear- of the Sunday School which pro- Mildred Rivera Lake Butler; Au. will be featured the plc'ture. "BelleOf drama" "Whom The GOd, t''
ing on South Walnut Street hon- moted the.-census.: Twenty-ab ditors.' Mr. Ottilie Baird Palatka, The Nineties," featuring, MA" troy Robert featuring Walter ConllOJ
..., oring Mrs. Searing whose birthday workers, divided in pairs and Mrs. Ella Pool Palatka and Mrs. West. ''This which bad Young and pretty Do
picture as
anniversary was on that date. working-.in.districts, successfully) Mary Johnson; Daytcna Beach; Kenyon.
Baptist Training School Hallowe'en Party To' Be' Bowls of beautiful autumn flow,.i carried. our the work. Junior ,.Supervisor, Mrs. Alice its previous title, "It Ain't) No -

\ Opens ,Next MondayThe Given At Woman's Club era decorated the living and dining! X group of young people from White Jacksonville; Reporter Sin," has beenpublicized so much Deep sea flah are usually red
rooms. the :BY4, P. U. attended the An- Mrs. Leta Rossingnol, Jackson- that theatre. goers in Starke and ,black in color and carry lIibll
the
Teacher's Training School, The Health Committee of '
which will be held at, the First Woman's Club of Starke -wilsponsor After presenting Mrs. Searing nual B. Y. I*. U. Associations ville; Inter and Outer Sentinels, surrounding territory, need no introduction ,cheeks heads or, tall, or row
\. Church will next a Hallowe'en party at the with many lovely gifts and spending Federation at Pine Grove Church, Mrs. Jewel Hinton and Mrs. Susie to this new production. lights along their sides like gin'
Baptist open
near. Gainesville,, Sunday after- Perry, of Jacksonville District ing portholes.
an especially happy social aft- ; Another of Zane Grey's western
o'clock. next
at 7:30: Club House Frlday evening
Monday evening
..t. ; ernoon, delicious borne-made cake noon. .Mr. Henry Bevis of Gainesville team captain Miss Gladys Williams novels which has been adapted to -.--
Two minute class October: 26.
forty-five periods and ice cream waS served. Oa was elected president of the, Starke: Musician, Mrs. Edith a screen production "The Dude
'I'y,, will be held each evening and An interesting program of entertainment leaving each guest wished 'Mrs, I Federation for the coming year,] Tipplngs Jacksonville. Ranger," featuring George O'Brien
In the afternoons departmental
conferences will be held. the evening and has been a small arranged admission for Searing many more., : happy birth- and Mr. Jerry Moore. ,of Starkewas Music for the evening was furnished will be at the Ritz Saturday. An- GIRL WANTEDTO \
days. electe secretary.The by a quartette composed of other feature of the bill offered at
t Dry W. W.Willlan State Secret price will be charged 'Those sharing this happy occa- attendance at Sunday ,!Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. L. 0. Powell the. theatre on 'that day, will be
WORK
,,' tary, of Jacksonville will conduct sion were Mesdames John Uglow School Sunday morning was thlargest I and Messrs. L. Q. 'and John H. the "Song of the Hills' and car- ERNOONS SATtRDAT AND: AFT I I
t. the study courie- which Is offered Celebrates Thirteenth Chas. A. since tile new pastor Rev. :
Ward W. Bonham William Powell, who were accompanied at
MUST BE NEAT, ATTRA&I
to all teachers In the Sunday C. B. Price took over the pastor toon.A
Norris W. JEpperson; O. A.
BirthdayDavis the piano by Miss Mona Alderman. Columbia Production, !"One TIVE AND GOOD
1. School or other interested persons Anderson, Bonham i Johns L. A. ate. The newly organized Men's Their selections were "Carry Me Night Of DANCER. Good ROCNDl, !
Love
i" who are over sixteen yearn'! of age. Gassett was host tOl, a '. Bible Class :held their first meet- featuring Grace opportune'
"
Reynolds., William .Stern S. F. Back To Old,Virginny, "De Cop- Moore of opera fame, Tulllo Car- for the right girl Applyit
q Sunday School awards will be given number of his friends Thursday; Hamrick Sam Anderson William ing and elected as their officers pab Moon" Old
"My Kentucky
'
mlnatl Lyle Talbot
,, ,; at the close of the school which and Mona Barrie -
afternoon at the home of his parents Hair and Glen Searing. Jerry Moore, president; C. H, Waiters Home" and "The End of a Perfect I will begin at the Ritz
4, will be on Friday, October 26.' Sunday 'The
: I Vice-president and P. M. Bare- Spotlight'Freshly
Day. for two
Mr. and Mr.'pate Gassett, a day engagement. This
;,1' foot; secretary-treasurer. Rev
In celebration of his thirteenth LeeRosierMr. ; A rising vote of thanks was given picture which Is a musical comedy,
Price Is teacher of this class. Th
I{, birthday anniversary.. 'and Mrs. James Mlddleton Women's Bible/ Class, with Mrs.'A,, the Woman's Club ,of Starke la the first picture featuring! Miss

::1SANDWICHES, OYSTERS ''During the afternoon many out- Rosier, of Lawtey..announce the M. Darby airteacher, has also re for use of the Club house the bus-
'f\\(, SHORT ORDERS AND ICE of 'tbe.fr" ness men of Starke for the placards -
{ door games. were played and a marriage. daughter cently been organized and at this I
Aleene, to Walter H.'Xee, OD'Wed- I welcoming the convention to Roasted Freshly Ground:
<.i4 COLD DRINKS. contest was enjoyed the' 'prizeS'being < meeting there was an extra good
won by Margaret Pearce andS. nesday October 10, 1934.. attendance. Starke the Dradford County Tele-
1 L. Alvarez which were a novel- The ceremony took place': at Sunday at the morning service, graph' for publicity and Mrs. Gertrude COFFEE
; THE MOST POPULAR ty bracelet and an ashtray. eight o'clock Wednesday eveningat Dr. W. W.,,WIUlaD, of Jacksonville, Godbey Kinlaw florist who
the home of the bride's slater, had charge of the decorations.The p
J SPOT IN TOWN Late in the afternoon Mrs. Gas- will address the congregation. Dr. Only the I leader In the world or coffee'! j
', Mrs. W. P. Varnea In-Jacksonville: WlJlian/ next district will
11'< who is. State Secretary meeting
folks birthday
served the
sett young could offer such fine coffees at j
nurh low
with,Rev. L"Everell Thomas astor will conduct the Teacher's Train be held with the Lake Butler groveIn
and lemonade.
cake
: of the Franklin Street March next- prices. That's why more people buy
f HALL'S' PLACE Baptist ing School at the Church'next year. ,
Davis received from many his friends lovely Church, officiating week. State officers present were:'. 'I ttre A&:P coffee than any other coffee at anyWHEREECONOMYRULE.
birthday gifts
Baskets and vases of autumn'lowers irtsto price.
n (Near Seaboard Depot) who enjoyed this happy occasion Miss Myrtle OlUs Crump State
formed the decorations for
:;f Christian. Endeavor Meets
Ella Rimes Strick O'clock Red Circle
I with him. the living room of this home where manager; Mrs. Eight Bukar
., the ceremony wall performed In The Christian Endeavor Societyof and, National Representative, Lb. 21c Lb. 23c Lb.27c
.
f the' presence of relatives and the Presbyterian Church met at Lake Butler; Mrs. Leila Davis ._ on _. _
DOLORES BEAUTY SCHOOL friends. the Manse Friday afternoon at State President Jacksonville; Mrs. GRANDl\IOTIlER'S-FRESII Plain or Sliced
F Immediately after the ceremonyan 3:30. Plana for the coming months Bessie Green State Secretary 14-Oz 18-Oz. 24.Ot.BREAD .
(, Opening''' informal reception was held were made and the following officers Live Oak; Mrs. Ruth Fiveash
Jacksonville Vonda 6c 8c lOc
elected and chairmen appointed ; Mrs Inman
after which Mr. and Mrs. Lee leftor '
+f Monday October 29th : Starke and Mrs. Eula Ballentine,
,, a wedding trip to Chicago
? President-Blake Johnson. Gainesville, State Auditors\ ; Mrs. DIXIE CRYSTAL!
GRANULATED )
culture where they visited the Century of ( .
t' .Complete Courses in all phases of beauty Vice-President-.Arthur Swan- Let a Rossingnol, Jacksonville
Progress Exposition.
by experienced. Instructress. 'They will reside'in Plant City bom.., State Attendant' Mrs. Edith SUGAR' 5''' Lbs. 25c
APPLICANTS INTERVIEWED DAILY where Mr. Lee has a position/With' ) Secretary-Jean Davis. Tipping;, Jacksonville, State Mu-
4i For Information Write or Call the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Treasurer-Louise Stern. ucian, and Henry McCulley Jack- BALLARD'S "OBELISK" 6-LB. 12-LB. '24-LB.
Chairman of Program commit- onvllle, member,"of the NationalW
DOLORES BEAUTY: SALO MQre than 2,000 hikers participate tee-Margaret, Lowry. Chairman .O. W. Law Commltee; Mike FLOUR 33c 59c $1.17
213 Went Main St.- Gainesville In an annual climb of Mt. of Social committee-Billie John Cain Jacksonville State W. O. W.

i i -.. _,.... ... __ ... _ ,. _fl. _'l.l: --ao ; 'impanogos,' Utah.GREEN'S son. Chairman of Look Out committee Auditor, and Dr. Crawford, National -
at ,- ; O. Pringle.; Chairman of I W. O. W. Auditor.

Finance committee Ida Lula Da Other guests Included Mrs. Irma U. S. No. 1 Maine Cobblers-

vis. Chidrgiftal of,Music, ,commit- Carrie. North Florida.' District IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. -__?-,,___________ lie
teeFay'Louise Varbrough.
resident, of Gainesville;'Mrs. Lit- '
Chairman of Social Service-Leslie lien De.Vickers-Smitb, Ocala'dlr. COOKING'APPLES (York Imperial) 6 Lbs. ___25c

STORE Pringle. Chairman of Publicity- tact president;of Ocala; Mrs. Inez White or Yellow' ONIONS 3 Lbs. _____T-----.,_lOc

Robert Jackson. Chairman of Williams District Mother of SPANISH ONIONS Pound _____________. _5c
Flowers-Katherlna Ktolaw. Ocala; Mrs. Irene Bardin and Mra
FRESH CARROTS 2 Bunches for'-___. .loc
Ceo. H,
Sponsors-Mrs., Lowry Gatsie Modlln also of Ocala; Mrs.
Mrs. Chas Ward.. 'Organist-Mrs. Winifred Cauthen Mra. Antonle FRESH BEETS Per Bunch _1_________-_lOc

Under New Owned And Chas Ward.' Setter Mra. Louada Lockwood FRESH CABBAGE Per Pound ___.-__.,,-_ .3c
Management The Society ,voted to hold Its Mrs. Leta Rossingnol Mrs. Laura ICEBERG LETTUCE Head _*____-''-________9c
meetings every Friday afternoonat 'Chrlstafoil, Mrs. Alice White, Mrs. Delicious EATING APPLES Dozen ________30c
Operated;! By L. J. Green 3:13: o'clock. The subject for Susie Penny. Mrs. Jewel Hunter CELERY Per Stalk ____________*______lOc

study during October. will be' "Tem- Mrs.Nell Connery all of Jacksonville TOKAY GRAPES 3 Pounds .,...__*________25c
perance.' a ; Mrs. Ella Pool and Mrs. Qt-
A time was had dur- --- ---- -------- -.
lively -
86 Trade At Home very Ulle.Batrd. of Palatka; Mrs. Mary :
Telephone : "
: : .: : { ing the social II \lr'when'croquet Johnson, Daytona Beach; ,- Mrs IONA BR.\ND': '
was played Orvls Pringle scor- Connye Shaw, Alachua; and Mrs.
TOMATOES 13 No. 2 Cans 25c
FRIDAY and SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 and ,20 ing the highest number of points. Alma Bradberry, of Gainesville
t Margaret Lowry assisted 'by Ida
Lbs.
BLACK EYE PEAS 2 9c
Lula Davis served light refresh UNION COUNTY FERA HEAD

'SELF-RisiNG ments. j CONFERS.WITH O.C. REGISTER FRESH CANNEDMACKEREL
<, I COTTON BOLL, 6-LBS. 12-LBS. 24-LBS -, 3 Tall Cans 25c
W. M. S. Activities For Sidney Hammond, superintendent ,
r : The Near Future of FERA works In Union TUB OR PRINT-Finest Pure Creamery
FLOUR 25c46c89c -, County, was here Wednesday aft- BUTTER Lb. 31c
j The W. M. S. of the Methodist ernoon conferring with O. C.', Reg-
Church held a devotional and business ister, local supervisor of works; In QUAKER StAiDAPPLE

meeting Monday afternoon at regard to the county-wide drain- BUTTER 2 No. 2 Cans 25cNUCOA
9i1 the church., ,iltes.;, A. Wood,, flrlltvlcepresidt'.Dt. age project for this and Union
M't .r ..
beautiful
conducted a County. -- -- -- -- -- -- --

BULK GR' IA TED devotional service and Mrs. W. The project deals with clearingout White House, Evap. lone. Tender Baby Lima
E.: lilddloton: presided over the business several rivers and large '

I LARD Lb. 9c SIt 5 Lbs. 25c session. Activities for, the branches and creeks that cross MILK' BEANS
t; Society in' the near future are as both counties. If this project Is .
.. follows: i completed It will greatly Improve Te o 1
HOME GROUND. BEStIWHITE: October 26th Circle No. Two farming possibilities, for both coun- 3 Cans ____ ____17 4 Cana _..,..._____ 25c
will entertain.qjrcleC:(;No. One at ties. ,
--- --- -- ---- -
BACON' three-thirty p.- -m., at' the .Club

MEAL 10Lbs J" : 23e' Lb. 16c house.During the last week In this o U 'YOU GET' UP NIGHTS ... Lb: 17c

{ NO'11, MAINE WHOLE GRAIN month there will,be a study of the ARE YOU OVER. 40? -- -_.. .....< --
ir o. nature l IB warning you of -- -
new book "Suzuki Looks At Ja-
I pan." Mrs. Sam'Anderson study danger nrly.ah.ait.Male Oct th rid!*,of 25o your t.nt.trouble GetJunlp.r Iona. Tender StrIDe SuJtanLarp RedNaB2EANS
POTATOES Lbs. 13e RICE 5Lbs.
10 .2k
I ., leader. green tablet OilBuvhu Aak'leaves for t10KETIot etc. In BEANS
Week of Prayer services begin the bladder laxative.
November 4th.November them In four days; If not plannedro
PLEE.ZING 2 PLEE.ZING BUCK WHEAT ,
Pkg.
hack and vet :your money. BU- 0 28-ox. lOc
'I 5th, Mrs A. Z. 'Ad- KETM work on the bladder, similarto 3 Cans ____.,__..__ 25 Can __________ _
kin will be hostesses to both cir cantor oil on the bowels Flueb..Bout
; :PANCAKE FLOUR 1ge FLOUR: Pkg: lIe cles of the Society exceH which cause acid.*. and getting other up impurl.lien niKht., r --- -Y----

frequent denlret. scanty flow bnrnIng EAGLE BRAND
J I NO. 2 STANDARDI One plant of the common. pigweed are, bound backache to feel or better leg pains.after' You this CONDENSED MILK Can 19c
,. I PURE'CREAMERY'TOMATOES yields, by actual count. 11T.. flushing' and you ret your regularsleep.

.i ; 2 Cans ISe BUTTER Lb.. ..27CtI. 000 seeds. I I>ruc. Store.Boys Guaranteed. by Mitchell' SUNNYtrJELD OATMEAL 211-4 Ib. pkgs. 15c


' LIFE BUOY SOAP 4 Bars 25c
a ay
l-LB.

I. y ipUMpmrZIN&Nf5c.ooof's te5c! RINSO 2 Pkgs. 15c

2 :
Boys! WHEATIES 2 Pkgs. 25c

i\, : o. K. SOAP 'AND. PLEE; ZING" COOKING ...', .' ,

.GOLD DUST 3For Se ,>
'I CHOCOLATELb.:- 15e ;Plain or Self.Rising
Make
GROUND "a' t. Money!


COFFEE 2Lk 25c BANANAS Lbs.ittt5c; ; '1 'Win Prizes lona. Flour


PENNY PLEE.ZING, Vacuum Packed Selling the Big '

A'I (THJRI1: JS NO,FINER) 6-Ibs 12-lbs. 24-lbs. 48-lbs.

,, MATCHES '2 lagS.DLft 15c COFFEE In rn.; Lb, 3Uc.\ ATLANTA SUNDAY AMERICAN '27c '47c' .89c.. $1.77

J! Hundreds of boys all over the South are paying
.
)c MARKET DEPARTMENT school buying their clothes
y'' football expenses equipment in this interesting way., bicycles Your ._ ____ _.. 'n ___ __ __ -

friends"and neighbors will be glad to buy from SUNNYFIELD
: ROUND STEAK Lb. 15c SIRLOIN STEAKLb.JScRIB ; you the Smith's leading Sunday paper with Its 17cOCAKER

famous comics, American Weekly magazine and CORNFLAKES 3Pkgs.

;' MIXEDGROUNDMEAT2Lbs25c .... : other features. You get your papers'. on Thursday -
;" of each week. !: MAIDBaking '

BEER STEW 3 Lbs.. 25c't \V1t, : at One. for Full Information and Oar I Powder |/2 Ib can 9c;, Lb. 15c

New:)Prlz* CataJojra ? Write to
u FLORIDA r TOILET TISSUESCOTTIS0E 1
FLORIDA BOY SAL_ IIl'i'S; CLUB SUNDAY ,AMERICAN, I

PORK- CHOPS. Lb. 15c PORI{'STEW '2 Lbs. 25c:' ATLANTA. GA.. Rolls I5c

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.. -- i THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO3IPANYI'r'
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OCTOBER I9, 1934 i
r& ntr. BRADFORD COUNTY TEIECUAPII. STAKKK., FLORIDA '
+ ___ _. PAOE FlV1a! I41a
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Little Betty Jo Durden of Mad' i> THIG ('...('...T BI '
COVHT 'I PKOCEKDINOS OF BOARD OF The DI"tterof the assessment of
leon, Is spending this week with NAT SEZ KIMIII HIN'rW, i-ioHiiit. inflltMCKHY. fell
her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. : liJ : *I" 'COUNTY COMMISSIONKUS either religious, or fraternal; using;
.
.Tame ,
Hollliiiriworth a minor, by : .. -
Bits of II. Ritch Annie Holllngaworth his n.x burned muck: lands belonging toW "
They say that this fellow RobInson friend. .t y:Tb Board of County Commits-
Mr. and Mrs., J. G. Lynn and who kidnapped Mrs Stoll in .. jBllltwf Ilotler, of Bradford County. JTlur- It. Smith, was again taken up
Louisville the Ida l rnet Iq ailed session,:Monday and llncusBodJ fully; after which. It
little daughter Shirley Jean spent other day was once J. J, TrtiBy' tit al. ,
the week-end with relatives in I an Inmate of a l..f..n"an",. OctObef'J;: 5, 1934 with the follow-I wall decided to recommend no

ItocalNeCONCERNING] *9 Lake City. lunatic asylum, .. _... Order('..f_ NO.PublicationTl ann Ing'members' present: L. L>. Con. change. 1
I Anyway, he collected ?I State : ner..Chairman: :J. M. Rosier H. V. : Wra. B. D. Card's name was prevented
State' Attorney and Mrs. A. S. [ $:$50,000 I To Kva Kill atrsod J. W. Kllllan. Saxon ,Mallory Thomas and Q. W. to the Board ,as being,entitled
OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND Crews, spent the week-end In Madison ransom money, .' I Carolina her husband' and of II. 1.WHyn Crawford* vllle,of North Km- Andrews. to the Widow's exemption on t

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN the guests of Judge and Mrs. gave his wife lemon. i'ennsyIvsnlat. The Federal Messrs.' John and Wainwright, her home place in Starke. The w.j '
J. R. Kelly. $500: and sent I '";. Land Bank of Columbia, a'' foreigncorporation Insurance Agents of Starke appeared matter was left In the hands of ,' "
II with Its principal placeof
,
her back wit)} bualne' In Columbia, South Car before the Board la regard Commlaiaoner. Thomas for,investigation I' ,

..I Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hawkins and the kidnappedlady olina.You. to the Insurance on the and report at the,next regular d ) ,i
I and each of take notice
L-- son Paul Luther of Palatka, were then he r that the plaintiff l>y you hits. next friend County:: buildings, the Board went meeting. I
)fr,. Louis' HHUI( of Lawtey, Col. J. E. Futch, of DeLand wasa here Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. kept $40,500 for ""J tiaa In the above entitled oauie filed on record as favoring a divisionof The Board approved an expenditure t s
;'iu a visitor here Saturday., week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson.. himself and Hill the of complaint forecloxur aaalnet of lax you llena seeking over- the business but decided to takeno of $2000: 'for the'purchase: of ,

H. L. Brownlee. went the other __ 114' following described. premiere In further action in as much a* additional materials to boedi In
Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County Florida. to-wlt there will be business renewed the Screw Warm pest '
Urg. A. Charley E. Johns way. HuhdlvUlon I of no combatting
| vie]) spent t. tweek-end_ here.- Mrs. ''J. B. Cone and Mrs. R. L. and Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright JJe"may have been crasy once Ntt'j4t.of's'.I;; T, 1-1n.: 7 a.. R. it B. until after. a new Board take of There being no further business! t!

Roberts of Lake Butler.were visi Jr., spent Saturday In upon a time but he's got plenty of, of and Road all of of the aald NWV.Section' of ,NEST Township East. flee the Board adjourned. ir iph
M. McEvert of Graham, wa* at- tors here Monday.T. Jacksonville. sense now., and Range The Boara went on record as bee A. J.' Tbom.....' Clkk"Hollingsworth ,
tending *o business here Monday. -- Folks we have a tot of nice Fall of It I* ora.red that you and each Ing opposed to any organisation,
you are hereby required to
W; Markey of Brooker. was Mrs.' R. A. Newaom was hostess merchandise tn our, store that Is to sail bill. of oom : : appear.said the Court House for regular meet '
Mr,. EfflnJohhns.of Tampa, has attending to business. here Wednesday to her sewing club at'her just a rarln to leave and for a can 1884.,.otherwise on Monday the' bill November of romplal.it&th. ings. s ''
teen it here afternoon. home on Cherry Street last Friday little ransom money I will be gladto will b* contented by you, MILK
afternoon. deliver It at 'your' door. It. a I Ordered nthat title notice b* pub.I County Florida this 27th day of Septembers ,
relstlve I nheU one. each week. for 4oon*..cutlv A I). IRX41UFF1O1AI. ,
A.McDowell I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of June week In Bradford County Telegraph : SMAL) AT TIP TOP
ArrivedSwagger
Rev and Mrs. E. ; Lake Mrs. E. L. Wartman of Citra a n.w.p.. .." In A. J. THOMAS, '
I Butler, were visitors here Bradford County Florlda. Wltne A* Clerk of Circuit Court. Pts. 7cQts. 12c
of Lake Butler, were visitors here Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs.H.. Rothchlld. of Memphis SuitsThe m> h courts nd.th > tirftdford County, Florida.'I
scald ..I.Iu' :dford
j Wednesday. Tennessee were guests Mon >ewe*'< Style Htnrk* 10-5-St-ll-i. .
day of L. C. Powell and family. -
Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake T. J. Griffin, Is confined to I $7.95 I mgjiifjffgU ffg ggll ff gf fgfHg fggff H fff ffMfU

Butler was attending to business her home on North Cherry Street, Miss Myrtle Ollis Crump of

here Friday. on account .of illness.; Tampa State manager of the ."h, DIXIE

_- Woodmen Circle, was visiting CRYSTAL
; SWEATERSFor
(':ol. and Mrs. H. V. Knight and Mr. and : L. Brownlee friends in Starke last Thursday. TIP
children were recent visitors in and daughter, Madge were visitors the entire family Top

Jacksonville.Elmer to Lake City Friday., Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Grlffis, accompanied 79c''' to $2.95Da1kiDA1 SUGAR
--- by Mrs. Griff la' mother,
Lazone of Jacksonville, I' Mr. and Mrs. C. J.. Crews and Mrs. E. A. McDowell of Lake Butler *
was attending to business in :.1'1t.1.\.. 5 Lbs 25c
,son Donald of Brooker were visitors spent Saturday In Jacksonville --- ---_
Starke Tuesday. here Friday afternoon. DRUID LL
SHEETINGIQc

Miss LuU Redgrave tae returned Miss Lois Adkins, a freshman at BROWN OR 4X .STARKE. FLORIDA

from a four months visit with the State College for Women Tal-
RITZ THEATRE relatives in Petersburg, Va. lahasHee, spent the week-end here 3 Pkgs. ---'--... 25c Friday & Saturday October 19th-20th

with her parents, Judge and Mrs.A. u.utltul
STARKtt.! FLORIDA. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott and Z., Adklns. 'I Fall]] MillineryAll
Mrs. Florence Varnadoe, of Brook The Finest WhiteBACON
PROGRAMBEGINNING er, were visitors here Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs., W W. Page and Kind FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES(;

FRIDAY little son Billy and Miss Lea $1 to$2.95 .- .
: .- and Mrs' Graham Causey, Struth, of Jacksonville spent. the

FRIDAY, OCT 19TH are announcing'the arrival of a week-end In Starke with,Mr. and a dltvfr I ICEBERG LETTUCE Each .' ... .7/2C '7

MAE WESTIn I son, on Sunday October 14. Mrs. W. H. Struth. WORK'SHIRTSFair Lb. .- 16c

"""BELLE OF THENINETIES" Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Q-ittllty LARGE CRISP CELERY Each, ____+___ lOc ; '

Miss Patricia Lambe, were visitors Jeanette' Klncatd returned Sun sac. Pure Creamery
to Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I day afternoon from Tampa where Fancy No. 1 IRISHJfcOTATOES
they visited their parents Mr. and
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
SATURDAY, OCT. 20TII Julia H. Eastman and Mrs. Mrs..A. C. Durden., BUTTER { 10 Lbs. 14c
"DUDE RANGER" Charles H. Register of Lake But STERNBERG'SStarke

O'BrienAbo ler, were visitors here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale VanSickel of Pound 27cWisconsin
George Hollywood California who arguests ; Florida FRESH Lb. 15c
TENDER BEANS, 2 ___ _
Song Of The Hills" Col H. V. Knight was a professional of Mrs. VanSlckel's parents, '
And Cartoon visitor In Gainesville and Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Col. and Mrs. D E. Knight moved :
Lake Butler Monday and Tuesday spent the week-end In Gainesvillewith recently to their property for GOOD JUICY LEMONS, Dozen ...._ ___ 1Oc't:
SL'N.-MON, OCT. 21-22 friends where they attendedthe '
merly known as the Rivera home, C H E '
'One Night Of Love' Florida-Tulane football game. on Madison Street. This fine old ESE Golden RipeBANANAS kV

Grace 1\100re-TuJ Carmlnat Mrs. Tommy Lane,. of Gaines- home has been completely reno-
Lyle Talbot--Mona Barrie ville Is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bartley left vated and redecorated and now Pound 17c
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.\i..e .:;6WII -.J Com Mly :!r. and_ 'Mrc. P. J. Pearce, thin, 'lt Thursday for Indianapolis presents a very"attractive appear 41bs. 15c 1 r
week. 'Ind.. being called there on account ance. .
Tl'ES,WED.. OCT 23-24 i of the illness of his father. Mr. .
"Whom The GodsDestroy" Mr. and Mrs. L. W.' Sowejl) of ; and Mrs. Bartley have spent the J LARD39c FRESH TOMATOES'' Lbs _____15c:: |
Mrs. 8.
P. Vandlvlere
and Miss
Micanopv, attended the New P.lvcr 'past few months tn Florida and 4 "

Asioclatlonal! meeting J here Wed I pert of the time have been here Mona Saturday Alderman In Tallahassee) spent Friday with their and WINE SAP COOKING APPLES, 6.lbs:'25ct' "
Walter Connoly-Rol'ert Voting nesday. I vj.iUas: !ior mother, Mrs. William y
Doris KenyonTHCRS.FRI. rother-lo-law t end sister Mr. and

Mrs. L. A. Davis spent three Norris. Mrs. George C. White. They were Whole Grain LARGE EATING APPLES,, Dozen'' _.w.25c
OCT. 23-20; accompanied home Saturday afternoon -'

'Wake Up & Dream'Rum days ing the in annual Tampa convention this week! attend-of the at Miss Florida Mar Jo State Ho Stump College a for student Women by who their spent father the weekend; O. W Alderman here RICE I VISIT OUR MARKET. WE HAVE fir

Oolumbo Florida Division United Daughters Tallahasi.ee will spend this at the family residence Walnut SOME FANCY
on STEERS Western'or,1 FJa.: .,
of the Confederacy.
I week-end In Slarke with her parents Street. 5 Lbs. ._ 21c ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump. I
A'Real Good Picnic Ham Lb. 14c
-- Miss Stump will have as her guest ... _

LEAMINGTON for the week-end Miss Frances 000)The young CCC: trees plans this to plant spring 80,000.-to aid' Home Ground'' Hamburger, Beef &'PorkMix'ed Lb l2Y2c'' 1
HOTEL Boots who I III also a student at the
In control of erosion. Breakfast Bacon RindleesSLb..29c.,
State College _. ,

"MiamPs\ Most Popular Hotel" / Mrs E. L. Biggs, and little More than 1,000, negro children MEAL Beef Liver, Fancy Tender, Lb. ,___ ___ 15c

daughter Dotty Sue, were In St attend In scbool.GENT the United. States do not 10 Lbs. _. __ 25cNorthfield Sirloin! Steak, Fancy'Fla., Lb. .,.19c '

NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard Biggs'Augustine mother last and week brother visiting, Mrs.Mrs.O. i ',SM0in Steak, Fancy Western, Lb. _..* ,25c'

Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay J. Griffin and Owen W. Griffin. A Fancy Chuck Roast, Western, Lb.' .;16c ,
.. "
Opposite Union Bus Station Congressman K. A. Green attended WORD poi Shoulder'Roast, Fla., Lb. _- r'15c ''

in the Gainesville Florida-Tulane Saturday football afternoon COLUMNFOR MILK I : Breakfast Sausage, Link, Lb. ,,'_ _1.: "22c
game
,. and was thej I principal :rrallCans, 17c' : Lamb. ChopsFancyl Lb.: ? A _":- .35c.
Lowest Rates Ever Quoted1-t speaker at the*annual Founders SALE-No. 1 Missionary Bologna SlIced Pound JllScJ 1
Day banquet of Delta Chi fraternity strawberry plants or will trade ,_ ....-____ ;

that evening. for hogs. Write or see E. W. Fancy PackTOMATOES' .:

Single Room with Bath __._________________ $1.50 ...PBCI'.. MASTKIt. SALF1Not Tompkins, Ralford Fla. DelMonte PEACHES, No. l-2can,,._ -19c, a'

Double Room With Bath_.____.-_____,_-____ 2.00 In. I I. hereby given that under ,. FOR SALE-Bungalow on West DelMonte TOMATO -
that certain final decree of for.elu.ure SAUCE'ciln __ 7c'
Madison
Street.' Terms to
and ale entered Hon. A. responsible -
by
ALFRED SIMONS, Manager. Court/, Adklna of Bradford a. Judge County of the Florida Circuit. parties. Write J. C. No. 2 size 3'for: 25c: DelMonte I Royal Ann Cherries, Tall can 15c r,
------------- Robinson, Apopka, Fla., or see R. DelMonte
'- In Chancery, In that certain eau* ) APRICOTS Tall Can. ,
'In said Court wherein F?V Demorent. Starke. ltp .. ? :15c:
Sending
Tynon. *t. al. are' complainant CORN PEASSPINACH PMonte
.. or SARDINES & Tomato
and Luella Ayres al. ar. fondants, cane No. 187. the under-
ill-mad., !Special! Master bv laid deore rutabaga plants, '1.00 per thousand I DelMonte PRE-PRUNES, Buff Can .::10c'; ,'
.
1924 1934 appointed, wlU sell to the highest now ready for setting. F. M.
bidder for each In front of th. DelMonte Bartlett Pears
No.
South door of the County Cenrt- Garrett A. J. Grlttls1. Farm 2 Can -:4/15c'J: i y,
houti In Stark Florida. during the Starke, Fla. 10-1241 Can lOc DelMonte GARDEN '
No.2 PEAS
legal hotim of Hal. on Monday, November I r No. 2 can: 16c
6th 1134, the lo ,
TENTHANNIVERSARY vrlbvd land iltuat In Bradford MAN WANTED for RewlelghRoute DelMonte PINEAPPLE, No. 2 1-2 can .21c '
County Florida. to-wltt NWVi ofSEV. of 800 families Good PORK &
of Section la Twp f South t

Kane tenement tt, East hereditament toi-cttier, with and .II..... profits help you.for bu Write t1er.. We immediately train and. .BEANS Qcean Spray; Cranberry Sauce .... .. .;;L17c

SALEOF purtenanc. Co., Dept. FAJ-125-SA.
Rawlelgh
T. r. UANDRUM. ; Dromedary Dates
A. Special Maiter.KVIOHT Memphis Tenn. *< .12-2tp Pkg. ._ ?___ ..... _19c
KNJOHT. 1 Lb.: Can 5c
lLb.-
I Attorney 1O.19-It-Il-3 for Plaintiff. FOR SALE- :-!Seed Cane..--Cayana m >WONDER COCOA _+ ......-_I2cGood
10. See W. D. Grove., Lawtey.
CLEBK. Dar'eRTStarke !: Hekv3" If! 4 1i1a'#yell ,
0-U-4tpd. ( House 'E) i '
Kla, O.ht. 1 HJ4. 'b '' POSTTOA'STIES' |
Report of the Clerk of dlrcuitCourt I
VAN H. PRIEST CO. In and for Bradford County FOR SALE-Grand Concert else 2 Pkgs. .... ;}edt ,
Florida, on account of taxes ad ..***- guitar, almost tew,with instruct .BROOMS COFFEE a ,
the IM. ,
for year .
C. A. KmGHTf tlon books picks and' Hawaiian J' '," POST BRAN

BRADFORD' COWTY Tax: Collector arrangement Included. An extraordinary .Each ..II :Jt_..._,__ 35e t ,Pound '__,...JA.o. 30c ,
Pkg 1
STORES lOc
5c TO ,$1.00 c...it-r Peeper. value, a sacrifice at $8. ...._ ___
To Balance due _-__.._...,-$3.411.1' Lester Austin, Lawtey, Flm.tpd. p ,. -

To By Balanr amount collected909.1.due ---. *, lit.0*' .

To Balanr Flm-due A _F.'f..N_..*_-_._ 1.1.41 FOR SALIC-Household goods. SNOWDRIFT} ,3Lbse: 43c MA Tt fS!
collected .. ... tot.41 : H
STARTS ,OCTOBER 20TH By amount _* some farm toot etc.' P. J. Pat.tee -
,SATURDAY: To Ba'ane! due _____ ..-_ -- 1.033.00t'.ae f .
,. Ho** end BrM.* Route 2, Starke. No sale on .
nd beautiful l Balance due _____ ,,_ .11'.71 OWDRIFf .. "
A To
runs through October 27. By amount collected -_-___.- None, Saturdays. 28-3tp S 2 Lbs. 29c 2 .Pkg.. -_ isciSALT '

illustrated circular has been sent to you. If To Balance<.. .r due"raoeil-_._-O..ral 4)l) TTja CALLING CARDS any size, ,

To- Balance due _____.- ....1.14 '100 for 60; I1.SO for 100. Monogrammed ''
yours does reach please call for itat collected _. 19.* 20 '
not amount
you, fly Balance due ___ -- 4.344.34 stationery 100 sheets WESSON; IL Pt.. 21c
To '
-- I.
your local store. Big values will be foundIn Balance r.1 .due. ...._.I _HraularTo '3,0045) and 100 envelope, J2.75. Bradford \ )lf ; _
-
every department during this SALE. To Ry amount, collected doe': -._._- I.JOt S77.."1$* County Telegraph., Phone 29. tf. WESSON OIL

TN.a.bSrhe.l_ R.i.d'To ___ FOR SALE",M1JlIon.a Genuine j Qt. 39c 3 Boxes JOc'c"DAISYORSNOWDRrFr4
By Balanc amount* collected-__-.__-- -295.36 Maryland Missionary Strawberry T ?
To Balanc. due -_d' .1115.01 plant. ILSO1 per thousand at
A 1JTf..I..,.. .. .. Thurmond "& '
Farm.
LBS.
To Balance due _-..__*..__ .is astlebeiry. 12LBS. Z4"UJ&--

VAN: 1' H. PRIEST CO To By amount Balance collected due -- __.__. .UJ!'.1To *l' Castleberry, AH... JO-5-4tp(

Widow's r.el.a FALL AND WINTER seeds MO
.
UJ: JOBy
amount Valance collected dU. -- --_ __ 1*.9tTo arriving at White Store. 'Tur- FLOUli27c 50c 95c
Balan due _-_-. -M.*" nip., mustard cabbage, beets let-
5c TO $1.00 STORES Road Bridge Fued.late trl *t Slak.l-. lute. carrots onion set, garden t

, ,' To Balanc* due -.._ ,*,J''I'!,*J pea and ryt. W* appreciate your
i By amount colleetej .__ 711.70 ualoes '28-it
To Balance due _.1.1.111.71 !v



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BRADFORD C011NTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE FLoRIDA+
FRIDAY
J' __ __ OCTOBER 19.1. .<...
.
Hints To Housew MUST LIST GAME ford, in charge of
welfare
veal 1 finding TALLAHASSEE-Hunters they must make out are an and Organization organization for the canc0 work

lo I Weekly from-Home itemized Inventory of all so far has
FARMERS SECTION LIVE STATE NEWSNews game largely confined to Duval Coinand
lion Specialist,, they killed last season, before to larger centers
k MMBSBMJMavaBMBVVaM'BKlnBM>HMIMMMBHBMHBMM. they can procure a hunting- license east coast of the state along the
+ of Florida In Short for the season which opens No- continued but will bf'
Conducted by Demonstration Agents LUNCH BOX SURPRISESThe ,Paragraphs through all
parts
vember 20. This rule, embodiedin 0
Florida Mrs.
preparation of: the lunch to Stradford
i an old law, has not been en- said ,
't{ be carried to school presents a big| ganlzlng groups now ?
forced heretofore but
will be invoked
the
comSf,8
opportunity for the mother to larger
usher < through
---- -- -- In II this year, according to .. .lofa. .ah...._. ,
Ingenuity --
selecting whole- ----
County Judge W. M. Walker.: A Q'oaUJl6n lOCal W"ta
some, nourishing foods of sufficient LEGION DAY in smaller centers
OCT. ZS FALL FATAL
Prices printed form is
On to
,RURAL Improve varley, so that the child welcomes TALLAHASSEE .-.; October 23 KEY WEST-Sorrowing1 team- applicant who;presented must fill in every the "Our purpose, as set fortl1ln

A Staple Farm Crops the lunch hour, knowing recently was designated by Governor mates last week revealed how 14- number of deer, wild turkeys, articles of incorporation, I Is toC
COMMON SENSE that some new delight SholU ther Americanism
h or surprise aa "Legion Day" In year-old Joseph Lowe fell to his squirrels, solely,
Rained In Florida quail, doves waterfowl ana to
)? has been Included. Florida, and a'call was Issued to death here last week while covering and other birds and animals be combat any of the other isms that

By SPUDS JOHNSONDIVERSIFICATION The unexpected always pleases observe it as a holiday wherever his "po ltlOD"-tb. roof of a killed, before a license can be pro- In these days are attacking the
GAINESVILLE --'Farm ers In children and a new muffin or possible. The national convention second, story building-in a sandlot cured. foundations of our state and
AND Florida were receiving; an average cookie or a small package of nutsor I of the American Legion will be baseball game. Crafty hitters tional governments," Mrs. strw na.
i CROP ROTATION WIDELY price of eighty cents a bushel for even pieces of candy, Includedin held In Miami October 2225. for the opposing team had been ford declared.

+ PRACTICED IN GERMANY corn on September 15' as compared the lunch will delight them.A placing their hits atop the building CRIMINAL LAW BE STUDIED "In twenty-seven local!

with sixty-seven cents one,year Muffin SurprisePut NEW PRODUCT CONSIDERED scoring home runs. Josephwas TALLAHASSEE Q o v e r nor Duval County, and in our units J i
iM t We Florida farmers may or may previously, the United States crop a tablespoon of muffin bat- TALLAHASSEE-The S tat e assigned to cover the roof. Sholtz last week appointed a nine- ready established in units

not agree with Germany's political reporting board has Informed the ter Into a tin. Place a stoned date, Department of Agriculture Is looking Chasing a long; fly, he failed to member committee on criminal Gainesville, Green Cove Starke
4 Ideas, but we can take a few State Agricultural Extension Serv- a piece of pineapple, a teaspoon Into-Florida..production possibilities watch his step and fell to the Justice to study enforcement of Doctors' Lake, St. Augustine Spring:
q' profitable Ideas from German far- ice. In the nation, the September chopped ham, or a bit of red JellyIn of ramie; a fibre material ground. He died four hours later i criminal law In Florida and con Beach and Ft. Pierce, we have, v Trolled
IS, 1034 figure was 77.4 cents. 'once used by the Pharaohs sider possible ,recommendations
o mers. I was reading the other daya center. Cover with another ta- to approximately 20,000 un'
report of a tour through the ,Cotton was bringing 12.8 cents a blepoo nof, batter and bake. wrap their, mummies., Some en- for strengthening' the campaign employed. We are
PUBLISHES
heart of Germany's richest farm- pound In Florida this year and ,Cookie Delight thusiasts w h ox,,",advocate the JACKSONVILLE NAMES against crime. Attorney General other units as rapidly establishing as
Ing lands made this summer by Dr. only 8.5 cents twelve months be, Place one cookie atop'another'' growth of' ramie in.Florida'contend the -Officiate In Cary D. Landis .Tallasassee was "The Florida State UnempZ.
office
of the
collector of internal
C V. Noble, head of the Department fore. Hogs were selling at $5.10 with an In-between stuffing of It would be a possible agricultural named chairman. Other membersare ment Council has no other
said
of Agricultural Economics at per hundred pounds in 1934 while marshmallow, ground figs, nut saviour to the State anda of revenue recently lists P. L. Gaskins of Jacksonville than to create a better aim
p the Florida Experiment Station. they had been but $3.53 on the butter, Jam or marmalade. Cookies substitute for cotton, wool and persons who paid federal liquor I John P. Stokes of Miami, Philip D. fellowship and brotherly spirit of
taxes are available for love
We Florida farmers are proud corresponding 1933 date. may be made with fancy cutters, aUk, public'lnspection. Beall of Pensacola, John Suttonof the unemployed and between -

w of the American luxuries" we enjoy Tobacco of the flue-cured type, animal shapes, stars, etc. -- made when. Their asked statement If was TamnAMrm.. ---,. -Mils-- _IThert_n_ nf-- -rjiltA.-- nations with which they-come nrei; eab;
liquor
names of
Wales, Dr. John G.
but I wonder if we haven't over- Oatmeal Drop: Cookie WANTS I Tigert of contact.,
another of the basic commodities FILM INDUSTRY tax would be furnished Our purpose Is neither
payers
looked some of the common sense under the farm adjustment act extensively I You will need 1 cupful of sugar -I MIAMI-The :Miami City Com- Sheriff Cunningham of Pinellas Gainesville, Mrs. John G. Leonardy selfish nor political."

4 points of safe, sound farming and, raised In Florida, averaged 2.3 cupful fat, 1-2 cupful milk, mission turned Its',eyes on Cal- County and Police Chief Noel of of Sanford, and Gen. Sumter L. S. A. Douglas, Jacksonville
I Lowry, Jr., of Jacksonville. ID
satisfied home living practiced by 2 (beaten), 1 teaspoonful fornia'a .
nineteen cents a pound this eggs fabulous motion picture St. Petersburg, who were reportedat president of the council.
the German peasants.Dr. season, comparing to 11.3 cents for lemon flavoring, 1 cupful chopped industry last week and considereda ;St. Petersburg to be planning I .

Noble tells us that three the preceding one. raisins, 2 cupfuls oatmeal, 2 cupfuls probable attempt to lure It to use the lists in arresting per INDICTED) FOR WOODS FIRES TO CHECK SCHOOL
l'' fourths of the German farms are Rental and benefit paymentsfrom flour, 1 teaspoonful baking across the continent. The comm sons for violating the state dry GREEN COVE SPRINGGSAtthe BISES:
TALLAHASSEE-Chairman
leas than 12 1.2 acres In size, but the federal government, already powder, 1 teaspoonful cinnamon ftsion authorized overtures to laws. April, ,' 1934, term of Circuit B. C.
3} that on these farms are grown almost -I made, to Florida growers or 1-4 teaspoonful cloves, 1 cupful motion picture producers to be : Court In Clay County, the Grand the Treadway traffic last week announced
everything needed to feed the forthcoming under the output reduction nuts (if desired). made as soon as the city legal de- Jury found sufficient evidence to inspectors of the State
+i family and livestock. Livestockare contracts In force, duringthe Mix oatmeal and milk. Add It partment determines whether tax WANTS LOYALTY PLEDGE Indict Joe Starling for woods burn road department would conduct a

predominant on practically every past year aggregate $1,122,000. to the creamed fat and sugar. Add exemption can' be extended by a TALLAHASSEE Reports of ing. The case was not tried at school safety buses check-up of the County
;h farm, two-thirds of the valueof Farmers who raise tobacco are the other ingredients. Drop from municipality for a period of years I communistic activity last week that term of court and he was over the State at the
of State
?w agricultural products coming participating to the extent of spoon ,onto greased cookie pan. under the State Constitution. I caused the Florida cabinet to give placed under bond to appear at the request Education W. S. Superintendent of
from the sale of livestock: and livestock nearly $150,000: corn-hog raisers In I Bake ten minutes. consideration to a proposal to have October term of court. The case Cawthon. Brakes,
.T' : products. a sum of more than $325,000, and --. EXTENSIVE REPAIRING all State employes and public was again deferred 'until the lights, steering apparatus and

ti L.' met German'farmers traditionally cottpn planters to,,about: $ :SOOOO. GOOD PEANUT PRICES GAINESVILLE:-Work began school teachers sign a pledge of allegiance spring term In 1935 on account of other school mechanical buses will features of the
follow a sound system of diversification __A EXPECTED; AS RESULTOF Monday (October 8) on extensive to the,American Flag and being unable to locate several witnesses be checked by.
SIX HIGHLY to the State and'Federal the traffic____ tnianantnrtt_ ____ (_!_hIef'rnr.'fk _._
QUALIFIED constitu -- -- ---- H u '
and rotation of crops ADJUSTMENT PLAN remodeling of.,the Kappa Sigma : The Indicted man has
Dr. Noble found. A typical system WORKERS SECURED AT fraternity house at the-University I tions. The proposal, made by Gov. been charged with setting fires on ;Inspector E. A, Schurman will

of rotation is 'to plant wheat EXPERIMENT STATION GAINESVILLE-Market prices of Florida. Paul Knight, Starke, Dave Sholtz, was endorsed by a forest land which is being coop: direct the checking of the school
buses and will send
r 'one,year on a piece of land, oats GAINESVILLE-Progress madeat for the 1934 peanut crop above president of the chapter, said that majority of the cabinet members, eratively protected from woods findings to both reports on bis
Treadway'aDd
q the next, then rye or barley, fol- the Florida. Experiment Station $!:9D a ton for Spanish peanuts, 156: the'entire interior of the present but two others opposed it because, fires by the Florida Forest Service Cawthon.
c lowed by some root crop like mw- during recent months includes the a ton for Virginias and $50 a ton home, and virtually all of the exterior they contended, the board had no and the landowner. The penalty
beets and then arrangement, would be al- authority In such a matter. A for violating the Florida Fire
gels, or potatoes, appointment of six new staff mem- for runners are expected to result NOTICE) *OP APPLlCVrl FOR
the land Is used for about three from the recently announced pea- tered. Contract for the rehabilitation committee composed of Secretaryof I Laws can be either or both a max- TAX DEED
bers, termed by Director Wilmon NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,That
t years for hay,and pasture. Newell aa highly qualified to do nut adjustment program, accordIng calls for an expenditure of State Robert A. Gray and Superintendent -; imum of one year's Imprisonment W. P. Smith bolder of 2-15 of TaCertificate
E After the home needs are supplied to estimates by officials of the 15,000, and the finished project of Education W. S. or $1,000 fine.FLORIDA'S No. 165, Untied 5th day ofAuaruBt. (
,
r..rcb.Foul' A D. 1829 has flied sld
5 of these for special Administration will have a value of approximately Cawthon was appointed to investigate .
some crops are of the were Agricultural Adjustment ,certificate In my office and made
appointments 50000. the proposal and recom- UNEMPLOYEDJOIN application for tax deed to Input
sale along with other oath State
received
the Agricultural
crop. by
4 made to fill vacancies due to resignations mend a possible course of action at thereon In'' accordance with law.
aad..llveetock. Dr. Noble visiteda and the other two were Extension Service.All ORGANIZED STATE Said certificate embr..,'e the following .
CHOWDER SUPPER WILL the next cabinet meeting. UNEMPLOYMENT COUNCIL described property Rltuated
large number of dairy farms, and producers, will benefit from
duties to workers already
new given In Bradford County. Florida to-wlt:
w reports that practically all of the employed at the' Station, a I these prices, it was said. In addition : FEATURE STATE PRESS The North Halt of South-eant guar
pasture and feed needed by the producers who sign and ASSOCIATION MEETING BIG ARMISTICE CELEBRATION JACKSONVILLE-Nearly 20- ter of Section 24, Township 7 South,
report Dr. Newell Is preparing for I r Range 22 East, containing 80 acre
cows are raised on the farm. the Board of Control will show. carry out agreements to adjost : SILVER SPRINGS-The AmerIcan 000 unemployed persons In Florida more or le.....
A large number of the farms Dr. F. S. Jamison has taken over 1933 acreage in peanots will receive I SILVER SPRINGS-(Spl.) -A Legion and Chamber of Com- have Joined the recently organized The assessment of Raid propertyunder

have small forests that are.a' real the duties of M. R. Ensign as truck $8 on each ton of peanots i feature of the annual meeting of merce will sponsor a big Armistice Florida State Unemployment the the name said of certificate Henry Friedman.Issued waiIn
r, part of the farms; In fact one- horticulturist, and will continue harvested in 1934. These benefit, the Florida State Press Association Day celebration at Silver council Incorporated. by the state Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
fourths of In In Ocala November 23 and 24 to further and friendly according law tax deed
Germany Is well man- cooperation
research for better varieties _,for payments do not apply to peanuts Springs on Sunday, November 11. will leiue thereon on the 12th day of
aged forest! ,mostly! pine and Florida and other vegetable stud I logged down. Payment will be will be a fish'chowder supper on Rupert Caviness, past commanderof relations between the unemployed November,'A. D. 1884.
tpruce. ies. -- -- made in terms of picked, unshelled the picnic grounds' at Silver, Springs Marion County Post No. 27, and Florida relief organizations, D.Dated 1914. this 11th day of October, A.

$, Dr. Noble was impressed that G. B.\:Fairchild, holding two degrees peanuts. Friday night; N vember '23, according heads a committee on arrangements It was announced'here today. (SEAL) of Circuit ,

t; he say,, no utter, poverty among from Harvard University, Individual growers can sign con- to Secretary Horace Smithof while Secretary'Horace The statement was made from; Clerk Bradford County Court Florida,
the peasants "They appear to be has fully resumed the pecan investigations tracts for 1039 In which they the Marlon County Chamber of Smith of the Marlon County the office of Mrs. Ruby P. Strad- 10-H-5t-ll-e.
la a substantial condition and Commerce, hosts to the meeting. Chamber I ,
very carried on by the late agree to plant not more than 90 of Commerce is cooperating -
are the real backbone of German Fared W. Walker. Fairchild is a per cent of their 1933 or 1934 acreage Prior to serving the supper, the in the preparation of an elab- tc

agriculture," he says. son of Dr: David Fairchild, widely or not more than an averageof Florida editors will enjoy rides on orate program. Boy I canbreathe
known plant explorer of the U. S. the acreage for both of those the glass bottom boats over "Flor- Negotiations are under'way to
F "EL'.KI.IE'S Department of Agriculture, now years ida's U n d er w ater Fairyland," obtain a principal speaker of national -' "

in Florida. Farmers may receive further speedboattng and other aquatic prominence, while numer- now !
"" living
"
} I" year kidneys' function badly: Zach Savage was appointed to payments by diverting up to 20 sports and entertainment. Among ous other entertainment featuresare g"S .

and yon have a lame, aching take the place left vacant by Dr. I per cent of their 1934 crop for use headliners on the convention being planned. CongressmanR. ,JUST A MW DtOPJ
back, with ''attacks of dizziness, Marvin A. Brooker, associate agricultural ; as feed or in the manufacture of program is Ken Baldrtdge( ,.president A. Green of Starke has accepted > '' UEACN! NCSTRIl
g, burning, scanty or too frequent economist who resignedto oil. This diversion Is optional, of the National Editorial Association. an invitation to be one of the

urination letting up at night become chief etatistlclan with and the rate of payment on peanuts The session will adjourn speakers. Plans are to have a 1. aa.1 .a30t..5C0),
swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic diverted will be $15 a ton Saturday noon in time for larger celebration than the one L s
so
pains use Doan't Pt,,.. the Columbia. Branch of the Farm
the
and $10 a ton for runner newspapermen to see the Flor- Labor Day when 4,000 people attended
DoG..'. are especially for'poorl, Credit Administration' Savage Is for Spanish
funQtloalng tJ4ne)'... Millions of a graduate from 'Alabama Polytechnic type. No.payment, however, Ida-Georgia Tech football game the FERA swimming meet QUICK RELIEF PREVENT
boxes: are used every year. They Institute and the University will be, made on peanuts that are and assist In the "Home Coming"at and official opening of the Orange for stuffy head .HELPS, colds

At are recommended the country over. of Florida and was assistant hogged down Off not dug. ( Gainesville. Blossom Trail at Silver Springs.,

> yew tuifMort agricultural economist. All- nnvmant on the 1034 crop

.IO'III'S PILLS Savage's position has been filled will made after the 1933 acreage

by A.. H. Spurlock, holding two has been measured and approved -

'- .. _-t-_ 'On the- contracted farms. (} CHEVROLET OFFERSI
The program will be financed by a

FUNERAL DIRECTORS processing tax of one cent a pound *>
-
on farmers' stock peanuts except
_our Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Us to Render those used for oil This tax be- ""
v
EFFICIENT PROMPT MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICES SERVICE! came effective October 1. "ttb'w, GREAT LINES OF '

y" DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY **"
degrees from the. University of -

s ,. HTARKB. FLORIDA Florida, and former county agent .. LOW-PRICED CARS !
3 E and federal\ land appraiser In the

state.The'other appointments are J. 14'f'l \ ', cak*;& Ys ,

,% m L8A W. Kea, Florida College of Agri- I' ;

culture graduate, who becomes assistant '

entomologist, and Miss Lil ,, '
Cleansing ian Arnold stenographer,.appoint
.' ed assistant botanist
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need.'' .quality' and reliability! :;nomical transportation In'can t .

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fill best. It leaves the skid soft,exquisitely smooth'and < mart harm than good.' tprioeaoloomrcMl Mme with: bumPerr,

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, OCTOBER 19. 19M
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_.. ____ .__ _. _.__ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR\PR. STARKE FLORID; TARE!\ RF.VENI

- DIRECTORY ------ ..- .. .. ..-- -.---. '-- .. .. .. .-.. -. -- _.. ------------.- -- .... .- .- ---- .---- -----. .- .
k 1 CHURCH
ttggll WORLD WAR EX-!\ERVICE CARD OF THANKS

Iln First oJptUt Church BEHIND NEGROES" PLACED IN CAMPST. We the family wish to thankall

Rf'V C B. Price Paetor 1 [The of PETERSBURG-Fifty-three that ao kindly helped u*
Story the Bible Told in Pictures
'y.e sunday School-lOOO a. m. the negro World War veterans from through the sickness and death of

''p laming Wors Ip-I1:00: a. m Washington, D. C. arrived here our dear wife and mother and
U.-6.11): p. m. Ta "Inalile" .r N by ,train Saturday and immedliH- daughter

,. LWworshlp7:30p.m.fliWeek : ante Capital y were transported' to Mullet Key J. A. Harnage and children
.
Prayer Service-T:30: raw. EBr .,;.. m bid fort, where the government W. H. Carter
4 !
_n l hs establishing a. camp for transient Mrs. Ida Harnage. i
s m. OSCAR JOII: SON:
r you are Invited to all our aery- and KENT WATSON S negro ex-nwvlce men.

K' T ft said W. T. Davis
y.atat was by u- Russia boasts a squadron of airwomen
a pervisor of work projects in the .
flghtera.NOTICH
Church
Methoaist This column first announced local transient bureau that another .
I
r'J ReV. B. M. Montgomery Pastor.. that the Federal Relief Adminis group of negroea would arrive Of ,I-PI,I\T10N FOR '1
' School-10 a. m. tration TAX I>KKINOTICK
'Jt t Sunday at Washington wanted to Tuesday and be .moved, to the Is ia HKHKBT ciivr: ,
-11 a. m.
Mornlnsr Worship Bee some of Florida's "frogskins" Th"t Mr.. M. Ponno. holder of Tux:
I' ::45 p. m. land.Mullet Certificate No. 808. Issued. 5th of
Epworth League matching the millions being extended Key, about seven miles day
bi4.. C tteptombor, A. D. 3 has I<1oortlflcato
Evening Worship-7:30: p.. m. the state in grants for relief ,,. off the coast of St. Petersburg at In yU offlre' and"d'J 'r ,

you are invited to all these servpr purposes. It revealed that to TTnn 1 A the entrance of Tampa Bay was in application for tax: dud to l..uo
thereon In accordance with law
August 28 1034 the sum of $43- Its day known as Fort Dade. It HaUl. oortlfloHto embraces the following k l

11 Church 700,000 had been extended us. I Is equipped with barracks. parade ; do"<1I'II"d property attuatoitIn I
'!bterlan Bradford County. Florida, to-
H. Lowry. Minister Since Florida can make no loansor grounds and officers' quarters. wit: Iho\ south Half of 8outhw: ''
gev George Issue bonds except for rebellionor Jd Remnants of old mortars still are Quarter of 8oufhw*.t Quarter !...
a. m.-Sabbath School. (t1 Acron of Hvotlon B'la-ht-:
10:00 Insurrection ,
A. M.-Morning Worship; it Is understoodthat to be found about the Island. eon (Id), Town.hlp 8lx (II), South
11:00: the Relief Administration has \ Y' vy The negroes will; work on the flange Twr-nty-two <32) leant, containing

mom by .the Junlor pastor.Christian En- been looking to the convening of 1 mosquito control project, ditchingand a..... Fourteen (It) aoreo more or

6:30 p. m the 1935 legislature with the expectation keeping the Island free from The mmoiriniont of said property
e&vQr. ., under this said certificate lHtie. : l was
that the
some would pest They are to receive I
money .
w.-Evening Worship. In the nerve of Willie Ann Dell.Uiilenn
T:30 p appropriated directly.It seventy-five cents a week, board said certificate. shall bo redeemed qi

bed. clothing and medical atten.. acouLMllnir to how, tax deed
is understood that the Governor will Inutile thereon nn the 13th. day ,
has given his assurance that tion. : of October, A. I>. 1113.. ;, I
JONES'' he will seek a 'k ...I' M 9 Dnted this 7th day of September "
continuing appropriation
BOB k A. D. 1534.
MRS.
MARY \RNAOK
of $500,000:> a very small A 3. THOMAS. I
sum with which to even begin Mrs; Mary Harnage died at her On Here
Comments err home near Starke last Friday Bradford County Florida
matching the millions already extended x .-It-Gt.U-1I ,
And and to be extended. y Y d night, October 12, after an Illness
Hereafter'J t of several months duration. CASE FS-14l
Now It Is suggested that the leg- Mary Carter Harnage was born Treasury Department Internal k
I three islature can't even do that becauseof Ilevenue Hervlco, AIt'ohnl: Tax Unit,
There are tendencies In September 2, 1902 and wall unitedIn you Hurt JIulMlnc. Atlanta Unorirlu.Oitolxr .
Iur modern day which are worldide a constitutional provision (sec marriage oo September :21, 1916 a, 1U! : Notice l,. hereby
tion 13 article 3( which limits expenditures riven that un August. 26, IA14 one
to Andoraon To this
the deification Harnage. unIon -
( : First, ofIIIIn
Ford Truck 1930 Model Motor No.
second the humanizing of for relief to the various were born five children, all of AA-41I80H.I: was K"I*..I| In ..lIuk..
;;third, the minimizing of sin. counties. This Is taken to mean Mo... and the Burning Bn.k.-Moses kept the flock of his father-in-law. One day be led the flock U whom survive. IHndfoid:: : County, Florida\ I for violation lC

God C e that any appropriation to care for the mountain of Horeb. "And the Angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a flame of fir. out of the The deceased but been a mem- of. Hectlon!utatutem/ 34Iili. any, UnitedItevliiiMt p..ri>n claim.$CCC.a '

the needy through "age, misfortune midst of a bush: and he looked and behold the both burned with Ore and the bush was not consumed. ber of the Primitive Baptist Inur said automobile must. file claim. 1j1
The devil told Adam to become or infirmities" made by the And Moses said I will now turn aside, and see this great sight, why the bush .is not burnt. God called with my nfflie on or before November Ir
for .
Church several '
,
ike God. Adam was to accomplish legislature will be held unconstitu- unto him out of th* midst of the bush Draw not nigh hitherj put off thy shoes from thy feetl| for the services were years.Funeral conducted for 6 trannfer, 1984.. and of glue"forfeiture pond for proceeding tout. (r'

this in the pursuit of knowledge tional. place whereon thou standest U holy ll'I'Ound.-Ex. 81 &6. God commanded Moses to return to Egypt that I to the United Htntea, District'

and was to do it independently The legislature may appropriate he might lead the children of Israel out of bondage. This 1 la one of a series of picture engraved in 1625 by Lloyd Saturday Johns afternoon officiating with interment Rev. Court III Hoctlou' or It 14(10 will( be United. sold aa ttute provided. K.-

the help of God. In the study. Matthew Merln.t vlMiiil Mtntutea!! H 1 K, Tuttle, Acting (i
money for materials for work on was made In the family plot at DUtrlot Nup ervieor, -
t history we note an Inclinationon state owned property and the Dyal Cemetery. 10---H-l -l.-8aOVt.R t,

the part of the human race to FERA may supply labor. This //dy? No better In Florida. We borlntr! city, Those surviving are her husband 1

worship Individuals.' The devil has may partly, but only partly, solve I hove everything; general farming, A fence mAY be useful, or not, it J*. A. Harnage, and five WOD

tried to find some one man to the problem of meeting the Fed- Th.eLetter. lacking, all sorts of block raising is true, children, Elizabeth, Annie Mae, s.
whom he could commit world Tint "fI'h heart become ,brimful of NERV SUP
eral Government's demands In citrus tung"ull and Lens Geraldine and William Anderson -
leadership He, of course, wantsa circumvention of the plain prohi- [ 'BoxGahfesvllle. every Pity Harnage all at home.
L thing. Then we have the univer
man who will do his bidding. He bitions of the basic law. This For those who slipped over that Pallbearers were: T. N, Nor-

offered the kingdoms of this worldto would only provide work for a sity right at our door, several dangerous cliff; man, Raiford Carroll, W. C. demons

Jesus Christ If Jesus would relatively limited few In relationto Fla. mighty good County Agents and And the dwellers in highway and Felix Sapp John Prevatt and

simply bow His knee and acknowledge the many thousands employedon Oct. 16, 1934. County Demonstrators, some halfa alley W. Woodles.
satanic authority. Jesus dozen agriculture teachers In the Gave pounds or gave pence, not .
general FERA' project. Sums
To the of Bradford
never questioned the ability of the expended by counties for "gene.ralrelief" Money People For The Farmer County: high schools of our area, In fact to put up a fence Anders Tedln, explorer, has
devil to deliver. Jesus simply refused we are most fortunate along these But an ambulance down In the
may be added to the state'scredit As a part of the Administra spent forty-nine years In travels
to "sell out." One of the lines, for all are willing and anx- valley. ill
but this will also Tibet and Tur
be. very tion's plans to Improve the econo- through Mongolia
ious to assist In the We have
perils which threatens our chaotic plan.
already kestan.
small In relation to amounts mic conditions of the Pro-
modern world Is that some great received. country, wonderful district and a wonderful Then an old sage remarked: "If
duction Credit Associations
genius may appear to whom the were people. It Is the desire of our a marvel to me

devil will commit a world dictatorship organized throughout the entire Board of Directors to serve thin That people give far more attention IF YOUR
When CWA was quickly organized nation. So thoroughly was the
This great leader would bean district and these people 100 per
enemy to Jesus Christ and the to put millions of idle men I job of organization done that by cent. To do so we need the cooperation To repairing the results) than 'to

world would possibly worship this to work on this and that-usually March of the present year, every of all citizens especially stopping the cause BREATH HASA

dictator as men worshipped Nebu- characterized as sweeping leaves farmer in the United States was those who are Interested In the When they'd much better aim at ty

,chadnezzar centuries ago. from one side of the street to the within reach of one of these associations welfare of their neighbor and prevention.,

e other-much criticism resulted. the object of which was their communities. We know that "Let at its all this
[ us stop source SMELL Y UCAN'T ,TO -II-.
to
Less hastily, resumption of CWAIs to furnish him cheap money with year ... ..
there are a great many of our mischief, cried he.
.
..
taa1o
"I wouldn't send my child to with such which to operate. Florida was beIng every ak high 4
hell" We have all heard expressions being considered, served of people who can use money ad- "Come, neighbors and friends, let If.el wonder you nu n at th* wile t t

like that.. That sort of state projects as elimination of grade by twenty-three vantageously, especially If It bearsa I us rally; FEEL WELL bark at tb* crossings as one of the features. them. During the spring and low rate of Interest. A great I If the cliff w* will fence we might Watch onto O'.QI' +

ment Is a human effort to pull God Florida's road department Is Immensely summer the Farm Credit Adminietratlop many of these do not know It It Is almost dispense' .eve may lead to nrpl* j>
down to the finite plane wheremen Wfcee. we em* lee ro I. ear food deeay
under which the -
Interested, as doubtlessare organizing available and many others do not With the ambulance down in the .U our law el*. Oar irUwde *BM|| orb Mar. Narrooa BaauUcb* Ntn
live. You cannot humanize railroads anxious to Increase work was done and which was know just what method to use to ,valley." oooay enmlaer ... of ur ntoulll and sell I It bidi-reetkm and a lost '"*
God. Jesus Christ was God incarnate .but. breath. w. feel. the Boteoa of 1Nsd.cmy 4hr' dSrtmb
safety of travel, reduce claims for after all responsible for the suc- unpleasant' je* .
obtain It. Here Is where you interested all over ear Body. II nalMO' w
God clothed himself with a accidents.; cess of the plan, found that too citizens, can help. If you Better guide well the young than ...sy, irwuohF. and BO .ood foe ..pUaI.... Why donH ytm try Dr. MOeafJiiMTJMjt
human form and walked among many units bad been set up. Ex- Who. ....... tko rand dMy l le tb kow.I.T FfesTTiiaj* jTaDleteTJo
men. Jesus was human, but He Although scores of grade cross- had to be cut down. The will get together any number of reclaim them when old W..lk. wlMv. wo OM too much, our bib ** on. fat a half glass ei"
Ings have jalready been eliminatedin penses good reliable farmers of your com- 'For the voice of true wisdom Is into out t dim M. What !I. UM rile Julio! water makes a pleaaani, .....
was also divine There never wasIn : only way to do this quickly and Sa U UM mat * Florida it Is estimated that an who might be Interested in calling; drink delightfully oothfakX
all the history of the world but and at the time munity body. Unioio a plow of It flowlm from aw
average of about eight for each effectively same obtaining the service we have to 'To rescue the fallen Is good, but our Door Into -:1. tnrrr day, send .. orer-taxed nervaa.tatw .
one Jesus Christ. There never will keep the service, for which they moT u niU *vt ooiutlpvud Dr. line.' NentM II ...
travelled to have 'tis best
main will be
render glad
of twenty-four we
be another one. "My are not created available to the farmers 41! ., our food _,. WI our U fool o(
,
ways were .. foem.-llgatd au/
highways in the state remain to be some one from this office meet To prevent other people from fall- ",..1.. Tb/. damp suds pound all...r
your ways and my thoughts are was to consolidate several of liar .body. mwylojMMMoo. eta dais_ _..-r"HIit Tablet Bock .keys
The of
not your thoughts," so speaks Almighty eliminated or made more safe. the associations into one. This with you any day and any time Ing" wens our trl..... ..... our tad .....tIt MM sense aoothing'' act
.
God. estimated total is 185.:> Washington has been done. The twentythreeIn day or, night, go over every detail Better close up the source of temptation (but we don't):t.ws f..l Ilk. a whippedhansu '1.11 .. goer drug afar
advices are to the effect that a with you and show just what stepsare and crime daub nwuthwub or bh. s
a
have been reduced to too Take Cojrtor'
Florida 1 ant o* sow '
Sin baa. billion dollars may be expended In necessary to procure loans Than to deliver.Crom dungeon or Utile U..r Pill whist. itonUy Mart the I ,'01 I I I .
been sin. It consolidatedthe
always never the U.i, S. In this connection. Half ten. That plan has through this medium. We anticipate galley; Bow of .. But If "mmothloetMttor

bat murder.been right In the to'steal modern and world lie and of the money would be supplied by Starke Associations, Gainesville, Ocala into and one a. good many requests for Better put a strong fence 'roun4the II moy* bo c-.IW.o =..r .w urr)buy pill.It.wWhlooorn for l ; iN\\;

we the Government, the other half by Bronson such meetings. We hope so at any top of the cliff, tooto.. .ripe Bad ....<1. the footumU tlQ N
try to do .
away with sin and, fail- with headquarters at Gainesville.It ambulance down In the many ---. Ask for Carter1 UuioLlvor ,
Ing In this the railroads, whose portion wouldbe Produc- rate for we want ,the Informationto Than an PIHo.. by MM **d cot wbot youk ,
we,try to minimize It. ii called the Gainesville .
Wt f handed! In the shape of .Federal go out first hand. Now Is the valley! for I:* O>*M,C.K.CO. <
say "Well, why did God make tion Credit Association and serves Malllns. +fl
loans. time to do this too. Have you Interested Joseph
me like this?"' "Isn't it Just as badto Baker Union, Bradford Alachua citizens of this district, -

want to do a thing as It Is too Marion Gilchrist, Levy and Dixie
reaction has been felt talked the matter over with your NEW P A YI\WIIEDI'LE!
"
JLIttle
it .
? "I had nothing to do with Counties., Get your map out and
toward Governor Sholta' recent neighbors and then write us, requesting ANNOUNCED BY VEnA For:
coming Into this world. "I think locate our. district. Isn't it a dan- Expert RepairingSmith's
God warning that Communism in Flor- a representative to meet Effective next Saturday. Oct.
wants
me to do what I want
b do." ida Is prevalent. So far as the with you. Give us an option of 20 1934. the schedule of pay for
"After all. I don't know Grand Marshall
and elsewhere.
whether general public Is concerned there two or three dates to that we may all FERA worker. in Bradford
things are aa bad as they Beddow has a of getting what
seems to be little concern'over any way fit the appointments together to County will be as follows: Starke,
lsed
to be or not."If' I wanted Our is that
to: do situation of the kind. Since there he goes after. guess advantage. We will most certainly 10:30: a. m.; Lawtey, 11:00 a, m.;
a thing I would go on and do Beddow and his "army" will win. Garag
1 t." These has been no ontoward events to arrange to be there, explain the Tberessa. 1:30: p. m.: Hampton,

modern expressions represent Indicate any spread of radicalismIn When you see an "X" automo- entire plan, bring th'blanks that 2-00 p. m.; Graham 2:30: p.. m.;

man's Idea of sin. There U this state,. many consider that bile license tag you can be certain are necessary to fill out In applying Brooker, 3:00: p. m.; and New River '
Uway hope for a good "repenter." that except for the $2.00 registration Phone 120 :!
gut the Governor may be unduly and make It possible for any ; 3:30: p. m. This Information
the
most hopeless man in the alarmed, that conditions did not fee paid it brings no who might wish to do so to get was released from the office of B.

hen world tries is the to justify man who It. sins and warrant what la termed as bad advertising revenue Department Into the Motor for the Vehicle benefitof LI- their applications under way. Were L. Peek at the local FERA head- Wrecker' Service Day or Night' t4

for the state. cense offering thin to you with no quarters,

On Florida's schools. expense or obligation on your part .
'
the Nile found .
'tetles of are some va- With less than three months of All motor license revenues,. less whatever. Just arrange for a meet- A glider now being built is -- ----- ,
waterfowl
nan. as large as a the present.motor license year togo administrative expenses goes to Ing place and drop us a. card. In equipped no that It can be propelled -

,' the State Motor Vevlcle Department schools in the form of State Aid case there is an ,individual who by foot power The propelling NOW GENUINE BAYER ASPIRINAT

CROSS U still taking In an average for teachers pay and bus transpor wishes Information personally we : power la not very great, but the

CHILDREN of about $1,000 per day from tation. will be glad to write such a one plane can be kept in the air for alonger DRASTICALLY REDUCED

MAY HAVE WORMS the sale of 1934 tags. There will Last Friday there were 8,796'X direct and In case some of us are time and 1 la much easier to PRICES!

Ntf.w..........for. OPM UttU --.emddng be no scarcity of 1935 tags when tags in use on motor vehicles in In your neighborhood, will be glad control.

JJJL end ..".u..>.. TW.* *.!*.*. t. pie or*round they go on sale Dec. 1. The tag Florida. Cars or trucks bearing to make a personal call. _l%' Price Cut on Bayer ,A'plrlnt_

'3",....whew 0... J..Ifu.. ... "'oIy plant at the Raiford State Prison them are owned either by the Your. for Financial Service A Tr.* 9*.rr ef
3 -..TOM. r.i(.'blr .sp.lled .... war out the new tags at the school boards, drainage districts FREE HOW A WOMAN 1 POCKCT TINS Of 12 NOWNOW
;_-. d..,. ....... sues.- Whiw.c..1. .-. Upturning' state, Gainesville Production Credit Assn ,
"** --"DRUB_ rat* of 10,000 per day. The department consular representatives 117 W. Mal 8t., Northor KCAMC RICH

MITCHELLS this week decided to ac-, the road department or various Box 347 Gainesville, Fla.'i .
.
-- cept, cash with reservations for I Federal government agencies operating S i A postal. card now.! wiO .brief row tow 15c
date. iM rUble ....ry, which i* toU : 'kw
193S tags at this early in the state. Editor The Telegraph: ewe word. and.we. hew rued_. AIM

If newspapers had any" doubt Most such car owners are exempt In view of the fact that we are ....., surpMiea ead Seep --I

our 'suggestion that the Comp from payment' of the seven soon to vote upon the matter of McceMo*. all .daccoutp 1 ioW''of rAY

troller Intended to make the documentary I cents a. gallon gasoline tax. Operators the retention of the 18th Amendment USING (NOT IDLING) awl newkabl OA jlj NO

stamp act perform like carry exemption identification we wish to submit the following proaWl. .
MOIL!
a "little Colonel" those doubts cards. They have their gasoline for the consideration of the IT Ntw (IN ?

have been removed I or oil purchases charged, voters. ; \\\\\o 5 iUtlf IT Ill '' "

Colonel Lee Is no respecter of signing proper acknowledgment W, C. T.' U. Committee. : IIMi tTNES

Individuals or businesses when It of purchase with the filling sta Mrs. Quigley Sec'y.

comes to enforcing the tax laws. tion. These acknowledgments are The Fence Or The Ambulance

hen House He newspaper maybe advertising wrong in contractsas ,defining sent to, where the distributing appropriate oil deduc companies ,' Twas freely a dangerous confessed cliff, as they \\\\\\ 5- -Pay Lea and Get Real BAYER Aspirin t


: subject to the stamp act which lions are made In the monthly Though to walk near. Its crest was So u to put the reliability and quirk 'have been cut to 23*.

Burned Town call for ten cents on each $100 payments on the aggregate of gasoline so pleasant; Afta ..*.*. this.. In. Very pM .s action of- Genuine Bayer Aspirin And the big family size. 100 '
to otherwise consumed In the But over its terrible edge there to MM Momc-lond 1 mat .r ._. It within the reach of everyone the tablet bottle have aUi been
Involved In agreements pay. CM ..oil, .<.,1< mtm a .a... ........, ., price you pay baa been drastically reduced a.
The attorney general may revise state. had slippedA MCOIM sad. Iliuiic M M hedoe.. for cut. Cut ao sow that nobody need ,;
|people used to ask. "Is he his, opinion. There may or may The state baa no means of duke and full many a peasant; ........ ever again accept an unknown preparation _

InSured? Now hex uk, 8X. not be reaaon checking on bow much'of the gas So the people Mid something Wilt.ifs.. .....,. w. will sues in place of real BAYER; So-.."" -Y. Soy 1111- "

he properly iNured Jacksonville has a fixed GrandMarshall bought for these X tag vehicle ia would have to be done Fr-. .eaj/M 1 free and. poilp..... ilK AapUtn. ITiWn You Buy

Frank used in pursuit of public But their project did not at all ye ..... H. I0. battle o< aW reproduct. 'Ills.1 low rliSio
He's make it
Adequate of Parades really _UbIe No. for 12 new price a
sound ock Ere I 1 of much for personal tally.' folly to unknown brand in
Sunshine) Beddow president business bow FACh JOe ...do .. 250; JVp For accept
1n8Unnce will ( halt said "Put a fence aroundthe : Liq..i.I 24: order
pnperfu pro. 9 Dallies of Florida, use of the operator If one Some N ote velar to aa-v a few eenta.
teet you against low and thee the Associated advertising manager of of the gasoline purchased for the edge of the cliff; watt $I.iO'I.d r cum the 60c* a bash.tbhcele For .insUac* the pocket tin of 13 9o-.v' ask for Bayer Aspirin
otherwise acv
*"** oTour depepdabk the Jacksonville JournaL Last operation of X car U used for Some. "An ambulance down In the wortfc 12.20 to yes, to ...ply inward real to 19e.Bayer. TabUu have been cut by tile name 'aipiria" elope when k''

will prove Of value "Grand Marshalled"' a the personal convenience of the valley." .aurae .....jlul oil.....,.... wan The ,7OqkY.llatahni.yB--Y-E-R ,(
week he M tablet
bottle
of business managersof operator It I II estimated that this w.*. MT imfel 'DOMhfullV heal. w- popular. ASPIRIN aad see that you get it1 :"

HAROLD c. WALL delegation up the Capitol step personal privilege ia costing the But the cry for the ambulance gr. newspapers
On- stat In the neighborhood of $200 carried the day. LIQUID VCMUH OOWPOCATIONu .. ALWAn MV. "MY' AWNIN. $" .PQW __ "
_ytU.1IIfY
INSURANCE led them to the Attorney .
ft A He wars offices, to COL Leer office. 000 annually. Tor tftpteta through the neigh..r !i,;..t,

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: 8TAIIKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY

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TelegraphEstablished A RECORD OF GOOD., WORK .' No Definite Word On BEAUTY SCHOOL TO ;; J--;;;To; "F.II'I'O" _.
F Bradford County (Crescent City Journal) OPEN IN GAINESVILLE. CNEnITOag ado

: I The Civilian Conservation Corps TOO ':LATE: Comforter*Factory I Iton Notice of. la the hereby Estate given t:? all rm..

k' Established '1877 has about completed eighteen Word" has been received here "of' Hln"on, d".a""d, to ot George t .

=-'. .--. .. --, .. ... -- months of its existence. It has TO CLASSIFY According tOo Mrs. T, C. Barton i the opening of a school of beauty I claim vat wllhln to County eight. Judge pMxeut tor .pP'IIOV.o."'
'''i Published and Entered Second Class made a good record as recently social service director, there has' school 14 connection with, the Colures ,.'.firstpubllratlon.hereof month tram' fl,'
l Weekly on Fridays as pointed out by Robert Fecbner, DI.. nr RUSSELL KATHrerrtmry been no.definite word received byher Beauty Salon of Gainesville, ,.hldl b. ''b..rred ac provided"I Mnme
( Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida: ,' rector. During this time it haa Florida Frew A.... as to when the comforter factory according to Mrs.' Dorothy Kba- yonearuwino to n.,0, pay by I lae'

'. .. added 0,000,000' acres'' to our National will open for Bradford: Coun- bian. undeilgned. the Estate Ir, ttS:

k'ri, E. L. Matthews...,_.,___..._...__...,___________Editor and Owner forest and 67, OO acres' to With the Century of Progress ty.In Instruction will be in of I>ate4 October ESTELLA 19, 1934.O 'HI.NSO.V
:: charge
.. -. -_--- our.National parka. Mr. Fecbner about ready to fold up In Chicago an Interview this week, Mrs. AdmlnlKlralrl1l.CLRnKS
--- --- Mrs Eunice Butler who la well- 10-10-61-11-16. .
estimates that it has advanced the a question of considerable Interest Barton stated that she can give ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE known in central Florida and who
forestry program of the United Is what to do with the Florida Ex- out no word as to when the comforter -
K Yearly,'$1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance State from five to fifteen-years, hibit Several Florida cities have factory will open, but that has only had in many years experience schools not uE1EJIAL ANn ELFcrioV IVap9-tryaq-'' ;

Advertising Rates Application which Is a rather Indefinite yard put In bids to briny it back to the the sewing rooms are now running conducting beauty Notice I.. hereby
on in Florida but also of'
stick, but everyone will admit that state as a permanent exhibit.: In full awing.FORESTER as manager Bradford Roarti of County mntleloni a
I County,
y much good has been accomplished. Officials of the Florida Fair many beauty parlors. Complete lar ..""Ion a..mbled Florida In r.,".
will be in all appointed
(By RED KERCE) According to the director, "the courses given phases following named person". to tho
and GasparUla Carnival would like TO COOPERATEIN act ,
Clerks "
of work and students will receive and Insl><'<'tore for the .
CCC movement has lightened state to have It brought .to Tampa for SCREW WORM CONTROL the same training and instruction precinct In the said County verloue
,Pull Don't push. and local relief burdensby giving the Oener.1 Election lu be q
}
{ the February fair. Likewise the as offered by the leading schoolsof v.mber 8th, A. D. 1934. hId N.3
a employment to men whose families Florida Orange Festival at Winter Florida C. C C. camps will cooperate the State, I !
were on relief rolls. In almost all Haven and Florida on Parade In In control of the Pearce, Cleclki. ; J.. fN AurilnGT. T
scrow
S It's true enough that a lamp leads a "wicked" life. cases the jobs in the,forest camps Orlando would like to have it. worm" epidemic, according ,to or- Diplomas are awarded upon tbecompletlod' epectore Blackburn. ,' and Halll" Jon,,, In.

a have /gone to young:.men.;willingto There has been some talk of setting ders issued the past week by Harry of a full course of Precinct No. .. North Stark.. A.
allot five-sixths of their month study. Moore Clerk: \Vllm 11.
The. cornet''players believe in tootin their own horns.. ly cash allowance of $30 each.directly 'I, .as a the permanent exhibit,exposition.But' up in Tallahassee. Lee Baker, state forester.In I Enrollment has alreaoy startedfor om dorf., Inepeotor J. F. Klckllte. .*and r T n A.Bolero New.

'''' 0 to families or, dependents.1 commenting, on his action to the opening which will be on I Precinct' No. *, South Stark
Up to September I/ cash allow-! now comes the Rosenwald assist the cattlemen' the state for Monday, October 29th, and more S. Sibley CI..rk. I nu..oell H. Meaae; W;

People that money can't buy have already been sold.Life's ances paid to the enrolled boys ap- Foundation and.auks,.that the fam-Hall ester remarked! that timber growing details may be found in 'an advert .lnIIIecSuIliyan, and ,R. L. Thmnati,
ed dioramas .of tthe Florida '
o proxlmatel: : 9136,0004)00.) Of >tblaamount ; and stock .raising are companIon tlaement In this issue. '- c Ever Precinct, Clerk ro.4. Graham: W T. nr.
be left in Chicago become a partof ; John Surren' ,
I pursuits and that he bad notified y F'r
too ahort\ to go' around with a long face half'thetime. the enrolled U mensent' the permanent exhibit In the I the superintendents of ,all Abernathy Inllp.ctor...'andPrecinct J. A. J. IIlt-Klnn.:
home approximately $113,000,000tThe REV. DR. POULSON ATPRESBYTERIAN
n of Science and No. S,
Industry
museum under the administration of Hampton r.
.
amount of for camps J
money spent at Jackson Park. CHURCH Wynn ClerkL. O. John,, M |I. W,,,
.
a salaries does not represent the en- the Florida Forest Service to "co- tenon, and W.- E-Thorn.on. hpec,
To my way 'thinking, return- operate with State and Federal of- tore. '
,
k tire cost, Inasmuch as- -addition Rev. Dr. Poulaon, a Congregational No 6
It's all right in war but everything shouldn't be fair in Ing the Florida exhibit to Florida ficers in erad- Ifinson TherBni:
to the 138,000,000 paid the workers engaged screw worm minister, of Penney Farms, Clerk; A.. L. Bulllvun Frank
lave.Ix the Government haa. spent would tie like carrying coals to ication In the vicinity of C C.' C will be the speaker at the Pres- Geiger epeotore, and c> Youn\ll'bl""d, In.

I $273, OOOOO for food clothing, Newcastle': The story it tells and camps" Where conditions war- byterian Church next Sunday eve- Precinct No. T, New Hlvrr i K, ,4
,0 the invitation it extends was never rant It, the superintendent has been Kelly. Clerk; Frank Merritt j/ ffVecto .
etc. Is offset
machinery, This by October 21. An
ning Interesting
Cla /fJicall1us'ic! like .some people, is always in a class by i the benefits which the work has Intended for' Floridians and is authorized 'to delegate a limited feature of this service will be the *."., and Hsrm" K"'V.' In-
not needed by them. Those who I number of C.v C. enrollees full Precinct No.8, Bronker
C.
itself. brought about. In addition to Improving singing of a male quartette from Molt Clerk Dave : J. n.
o our forest it' has given come to this state as tourists and time to screw worm control. Penney Farms. Dr. Poulson Is an Cone, and I...; R. Galney tirven, Inept'," ,'riMi tori
thousands of young men a 'desirable visitors come to-see the real thing. All camps crews have been notl- able speaker and will discuss a live I* U Conner, Chtilnnnn hoard

No, the rest of the Dean family are not as dizzy as Dizzy; training, mode them physical They do not need dioramas to sell fled u to keep a sharp lookout for topic. Hear him. The,public In of AaJ CountyContinlHHlnniri.; : .
himself ly stronger, and furnished them them on Florida after they arrive.. the carcasses of dead animals, vited. Attest: T1iOMAS'Clerk'la

r with work when otherwise they The suggestion that as much:: of which'are a source of further Infestation -10-U-4t.n-a-

a would have been loafing.. At the the exhibit as possible be left for and to burn any carcasses -

When will the state play host ,to the California movie present time, there Is some signs permanent exhibit Chicago the is that they find He warned :!I. .NOTICE

.of the turning of the tide, of unemployment a happy one Certainly displayof them not to leave a carcass until
colony? Inasmuch us Director those magnificent dioramas to the: fire was out unless absolutely Notice III hereby given that the following de""rlhe" land,or KO
JI '- 0 Fechner says that men'are now thousands of people the year necessary! and, In that event, to thereof .s win be necessary to. pay the amount' due for tazee herein murk set
I in will be of much oPPolllte to the came, together with met of such 8ale and a.h-HU..ln.
'round
The only way some of us can express our' humor' Is,with dropping out at the rate of about Chicago to bury It. ... will be sold at public suction on the lith day of November IDU, .i
Florida than
benefit to
ten thousand a month_,to accept,<<; greater; ... i Slarke, the County of, Bradford .
our looks. "* I drag them back to this state for
MISSION HALL MEETING"I
private employment. -ufo I DESCRIPTION III..T OWNER 'I.....
4Pedestrians i 0 --o--- exhibition here. *Wi, .iWNW ex E* /"To"

should jump, back up, and run all' at< the ", YOUR DOLLAR'S WORTH Leaving the exhibit 'In Chicagowill Owe'You," being the subjectof NJJ14; of NW1,4_ Arr" s" to p m., S.L.cBfiS1. _____-.._?_._,_;_. IHI 227i
(Tltusvllld Star-Advocate) mean that we will continue to the Bible Study Tuesday evening m It A. of
II. .
.A In 8W"
same time. ,Take a dollar,out of your poc- reach and sell Florida to thousandsof Romans 1:14: arid 2nd Kings of HE<4 N17Corof being 80 yd* N" .
a ket, It', youra--you can do anything folks. If the Rosenwald Foundation 4:1: to 7 formed a basis for the & S by 2HO yd* 12 A W_It 6 22 SO BI..Jrs"\ SternbergH. ,. }(
"like' with It. But la prepared to stage suchan chalk talk and,.though a difficult Com on Call St at 8W Cnr.
{ you { you of land owned by Mr
{ .
Along with'recreation ,we ,need to stop long elioil'gt'to can't buy a dollar's worth of commodities exhibit in their splendid muse- topic to Illustrate, it was ably presented H. M. Well & run N a20 ,
ttf let them do so. In that ft to land of A. U AI-
let's left
a a deep
reconsider' or services. um agree! way var.., thence W along

0 _n ,,>lThe reason for that Is about We do not need 'the diorama Impression of duty upon the mindsof Alvaro land lit Call ft
MSSI thenca. s 815 ft to
bent of dollar here., We have the glistening gulf the goodly number present at, thence E Call St
twenty-five per your on
\)1)
No' use working extra hard while the boss is out;; you' 1 has to to If lt el(, We see In reality the Hash Among the new faces appear- 113 ft to beg In NWV4\ of "
go government. you .___.___ ____
6 21
In ing at.these Bible studies from SWA In Htarke IS ;.W. M. Edward., n.81
v"t regret it., use it to buy theatre tickets gasoline of the silver king as he leaps Com at NW'Cor of San- '
,C) cigarettes electricity,'clothIng the Florida sunlight We not only time to time are those" of youngmen I demon lane A HoranAlley s<, i ,P
o I and it Is hoped that ft run N on said
citrus many
groves
or anything else U twenty-five see the magnificent ft. W 60 rt. 8 69
When you hear the sound of honk, honk remember you per cent of the coat, on the average laden with golden fruit, but we enJoy I may find their\ way there'as time ft n.t"o. : Hogan Alley. ,

C are not in China. ,' will represent taxes. the natural scent:: of their per- goes on.One Stark thence B 50._ft_.to beg__In_S8 1' 22 Dr. E. L. Bin ______ 2671
of the most beautiful One lot Com 60 tt W of
fume.
o The main reason we have allowed -
Psalms the slJliy-seventh-: : NW Cor of Banderaonlane
the tax problem to grow so ,Why return the exhibit: to Flor Hogan Alleya. J.
' Some people who are apparently always too busy to talk been chosen for next week'smeetlag. -
the Run M 117 ft. We7ttBelf
and attempt tp display '
Is mU- ida
that
In this
country ,
grave It
W 65 B 61V4, ft
too dumb do i
to dummies
U are so. lions of people haven't realized state' charms on wax ''"0 magnify the Lord with to { Alley' thence
me, said .
as a glorious B on Alley lee ft t*
parada.her '
exists Theseare when we can
o that such a problem million and let us exalt: : His name together. beg In Stark., .._ .26 8 12 Dr. E. L.. Bless _-_- 19.SI
l Sure sign of cold weather ahead, the flappers are begin- : the people who pay taxes di live model.. ,Ten' people ." Psalms 343.
rectly. Their Incomes are below will have .eenUie Florida ex- C. A KNIGHT, Tax Collector of Bradford County. Florid

ning to' wear stockings. the: level touched by the Incometax. hibit at the.cloe. of, the World's ---

.' >if<:'t ''A H"' U' :. rf' < 'They rent,homes. They do Fair and If.we can continue the '
< not own a business, butt work for display, even In a small way, thou- :
The song "Spring T mehe Rockies" can be'discardd -; someone.else And the result is sands of additional prospects will S. R. JOHNS'Week'

& (for a,few months now I a belief that those who own busl- be reached who may be broughtto

o neises* have larger incomesand Florida as tourists and perhaps

We want Mae, June orJuly, when the movie industry possess property pay all the taxes. homeseekeri and Investors.sensible It thingto appeals -
There aren't enough large-In to me as the
c movea' down. to Florida. come' people In the country to do in spite of efforts being madein End SpecialsIRISH
t.
o make a dent in meeting the cost of Florida to bring the ,exhibit:

I' Another party line that's been,disconnected on account the government. The great bulk back to this state,
of .taxes are taken from the ordinary -
pf poor connectian.-Republlcans. person-and they are taken In checking reaction over the -- --

o IndIrectly. Instead of writing the state to,the''Homeitead Exemption: : HOME GROUND

The poor'boob who stole his girl friend's heart' yesterday ax-collector check most of our Amendment during the past cou- .
citizens pay,: their taxes unknowingly ple of weeks it looks now like a POTATOES .10 LbSe 15c MEAL 10 Lbs. 25e
is a prisoner of matrimony today. during the course of dallyIvlng. regular landslide for the Amend-

a Rent la higher than .it ment. Tbv\ .sue certainly has YELLOW CHARMER

Breaks make ruin it all would be, because the landlord I folks stirred op and interested.
can or a man; depends upon
must pay taxes.: : Salaries are smaler -I Most voters have forgotten that ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc COFFEE Can 18c.
whether or not they're on an automobile. because the employer is heav- there is anything else on the bal-

;? a ly taxed., Food is more costly;: lot. LARGE HEADSLETTUCE MAXWELL HOUSE"COFFEE

,. Dlzzy'Dean wins ball games all ,right, we wonder,what because the farmer, the processor, 'In past'elections tne voter has I
he's the transporter and the final seller always gone to the polls to vote 8c Lb 30e
got. We suppose it is an "out of ,reach. are taxed. So it goes, through evrythlng for somebody else.He's voted for I

Y -0 we need and use. this guy for Governor or that guy

Then there was the bachelor who shut the clock off every Don't be fooled Everyone pays for Senator or somebody else for LEMONS Per Dozi IOeNO.
this timehe's MILK STaUcans
but 17c
office
time he went.out to eliminate its wasting time. axes-everyone Is In danger of some other 'for HIMSELF. He'son .
being forced to pay more. A reduction voting *
o in taxation through less the ballot as Joint Resolution BLUE ROSE S CAN8-SLICED

tr The-acid test for any individual's interest towards work tax spending Is essential. Number 2. If he- votes YES he

, can be measured by the size of the patches on his pants. I JOYS or COUNTRY---o--EDITING votes home, to whether take the It Is taxes in the off city his or RICE 5 Lb& 20c PINEAPPLE IScNO.

0tl If he votes NO he
the county.
Some people wonder if country SCANS
Avery Powell thinks when they adopt the television telephone newspaper editors do not have .a votes to continue paying such tax.: : SUGAR 5Lbs.

in Germany It'will improve the bathrobe business. secret ambition; get into the Well and your remember YES is as what good you as 25cNO. CORN IOe
r ally field. Here's what we would mine,
o miss should we hold the important don't NO won't hurt you. 3 CANS-HAND PACKED!:

2 "People suffer from ignorance," asserts an authority, and lucrative position of writing 'NO. O CANSSTRING

who grinned most painfully while making the statement., editorials for the Kansas .City TOMATOES 3 cans 25c BEANS, IOe

Star, St. Louis Globe>.Democrat From Other Pens
0- or any other metropolitan papert GREAT NORTHERN OR NAVY
"You'll never get anywhere without a. putt. said the No one would ever coma in and I _

s, safety razor 'as it yanked another beard from the millionire's say "Edgar, you're all"wrong on A mother entering her boy laUt BEANS Lb.. 6c: CORNED BEEF 15c
about Or
w chin.; what you said me. maybe I *. University aV Tampa Insisted
It ,would be, "Mr.: Blaaton,that was Education includ-
,
o a mighty fine Idea you bad." And upon lag Latin.a modem When .told.that Latin BUTTER IlL 28cFANCY n PCI' PROTEIN'' 100 LB. SACKS!

It's not half as annoying answering Junior's questions again, "1 like the way you" are getting was a dead langniat-e'she replied
out the Democrat, The personal SHORTS'$2e15
as it is wondering why you didn't go to school long enoughto touch and acquaintance a so much the better. My boy is SLICED-BREAKFAST U

really learn the answers' yourself. .editor has worth fa, !going to be aa,\IDde..taker.Dlnk. ; ,
ountry are
RACKS!
Dad City Banner., BACON Pound 29c 4 PCT. BUTTER FAT 100 LB.
II more ,than the reputation, power : I '

p > Among life's'lIttle mysteries' : Why a fellow has to'pay and think.salary It really of what is a many pleasure people to And M. C. Baker the the Lake Half Worth Baked OCTAGONSoaporPpwdersSforlOc DAIRY FEEDS: ,$2.00
columnist
on
r three cents to mall a letter; yet an editor can write for a week have readers come In and complain Herald observes that while President
.
? and mail it on Friday for less ,than a penny. bout something the Democrat has Roosevelt i* providing the f ':'BESTSCRATiCH
Uka aid. The only way a wrong can '
needy one with a cow the Republicans -
,0
be righted la by knowing' a'' mistake ,
.
lot of : $2.50
handing them a
ra "If it's really":pure fiction it may remain on the bookstore has been made, says the bull.-Arcadia are Arcadian. SPECIAL (GCXRANTBED: ) .

', shelves," says Clark Wood who'd spend a cool million Shelblga Democrat.. and every .

reading books about Florida thing beauties. newspaper agrees with him that Everybody wants the editor toprint FLOUR 24Lk 90c
make leby ,
'U>' the only way to progress letters that'fambast somebody HORSE FEED $2.00
Q -
talking over complalnts.Savannah
elBe but it takes a rare bird
i; Don't be too quick about thinking the other is a sap, advices (.Mo.Reporter.Business. to agree that one'ought to have QCEEN OF THE WEST ,

? Editor Johnson of the Crescent City Journal. We might been printed about.him-Crescent
FLOUR 24Lbs.
advertising signs on City Journal.Two $1.10 LAY MASH $2.50WE
:,I add unless'you're made out of rather seasoned material. principal business and residential U 1 '

a .tf eeU of United States highways hundred pound Rastua slid

; 'Ex-senatar's'Daughter Sings Blues. Headline.. Well should be under the direction 01the Into second bas and tore the seat BUY YOUR CHICKENS AND EGGSS. -
city councils, who should reI"uI&te out of his breech; They called
that seems rather appropriate; maybe her dad was one of, '
their sIze, location and the gam* on account of darkness.
' those,who assisted in getting.us in a position to Warble) 'era.. ; eighth from ground they they > Tarpon gprtngs Leader..

"e .._ .... -0 e' '" : might not mar the beauty of the .t,
R.
treats not Interfere with the vi*. Mary bad a UtUVhuntv Johns
In Reading England, the art of biscuit making employs
Ion of pedestrian and automobile Her father shot it dead: I .
4 some 8,000 hands. Over here it is somewhat different! ; bis- river*. An unrestricted use' of Now Mary take*'th* Iamb to ,

'euit makingia-a dally,necessity I which-receives-very. little the streets and parking places school Phone 45.
Consideration. Would'soon make them looll lute I Between two chunks: of br*ad.+L J' Free.DeIi"IT'
.
;; 1"--; :
.
UM atdesttew eatrasMM t Lade
a circa'; .J1..Tarpoe Sp-gs
Si'Sdni :'d lir ,, iw4 jl fvgk ,.' ""i-1 f' ,Adlh:!!( "a.'w r;: ... ,'of';. < 'I.. .)?i ,;.. :;,.- ';''f ;J"i\;',, ,ojo<,I"I/ :'!I'i;\! t1 ,,1 ;, \/- ,
rr4 1