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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 26, 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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ERtabiished= 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months. 73c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews. Editor and Owner1'OLC3IE
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Opinion Here Local-There Legion With Post Belts On Drop 650 Names Bonds Soft Drink Record i

Congressman Says, ,NOT RESPONSIBLE .' Refund Set By Don Hoover; Conner(), Elected w :

.'The Telegraph has been,'.occasioned Downs 2t Bottles
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Well DividedOn i The Jones-White-Langford Post From Voter list; I so much embarrassment Are Validated i Grower Member

of the American Legion waa well I by a desk blotter, which ; All local records for soft drink

represented at the National Convention was recently' printed and distributed consumption wore smashed recently r

Amendment In Miami this week with 1 1500 Are to the various business by Don Hoover employee of a '

Floyd Green, N. D. Wainwright, Qualified houses In Starke, that we feelobUged Go To Chicago Call Street hardware store whenhe 0 n : ;Berry Board()
to
Jr., W. S. Sibley, W. 0. Stringfel- make public announcement drank a crate (twenty-f bur ,
low. and L. D. Vining of Starke that this Job was bottles of Coca Cola:, In forty ,
Local Business Men Give Opinions Approve not executed -
In
On Homestead O. K. Lewis of Apopka and Carl CninmliMloneni Thorough our shop C h a Ir m H n Of;; CommliuilonentLcatrs i I t minutes. Government Insprctlbn To 'lie InKWttt R
Exemption Wooten of Lawtey in attendance. Revision Of County RegistrationLong In some manner the opinion Today With It wasn't the heat that occasioned At Sturke and '
seems
to have become general
this
demonstration
Ballot amazing
Congressman Lex Green of New Issue
Starke also membersof that this Job was to have been of ability to swallow quarts Lautay 1 1'IiaL'ionner
A hasty survey this week show. accompanied I A wholesale printed in Starke and consequently of carbonated '
I highly beverage.
slaughter of nameson A. ; ;
the J.
Jones-White-Langford Post Thomas, clerk of the circuit was Tuesday afternoon I
in Starke about ,
opinion
ed public the registration lists in Brad many advertisers who Someone had simply bet Don that .
to the convention and was court put in several elected the
a ape busy I as
equally divided for and against the ford County was made this week bought space on the blotter and he couldn't do It and offered to grower-mem- ?
clal hours this ber
guest of National Commander week signing BradfordCounty' tram the Starke>Lawtey section !
Homestead Exemption Amend when A. J. Thomas clerk of the who were dlssatisbed with the pay for the Coca Cola' If he did. '
,
nice
Hayes, having attended the new batch of 897refunded I on the control committee of
ment with the .antl.having per- circuit quality of the woMc; have come Ha dM ,
court and
in his honor the Board of road the Florida, +
banquet held at the and bridge bonds. strawberry marketing
haps a slight edge on the "pro's". County Commissioners to us with complaints.It Witnesses to the act received. a
removed
Columbus Hotel on :Monday night. Each bond had to be signed twice i agreement; and R. M. Crosby waa
believed, however that the Is with the of
Is
It approximately 650 names for purpose pro- shock to their nervous systems
by the clerk. chosen to
While ,in Miami local Legion serve!! as alternate Both '
amendment Is regarded more favorably stated reasons. The list of stricken tecting ourselves from Incur- when along about: the twenty-third
The of men have been
Job
members were especially impressed validating the bonds growers here formany'
In the country precincts. ring the ill will of our custom- ,
names is printed in this Issue bottle a passing truck loudly back. ( i '
with the was completed this years
parade on Tuesdayand week and L.
No general election of recent of the Telegraph.The era that this announcement Is L. I fired.. In the tenseness of the moment l
were unanimous in their opin- Conner chairman of the Board 'The' meeting ?
was the first of
much
has seen so Interest made
,
years books were it was at first feared that
ion that the convention waa one of gone over more of County Commissioners, left today I four to be held In different
In any single amendment aa there thoroughly than has been the case Don had gone the way of balloons part
for I
the most,successful ever held. Chicago where he will of: the. state for the
Is being displayed regarding the In years and It Is stated that In I when they receive Just one puff purpo or
place them 'In the First National '
having growers select four of the
homestead exemption; and here, as some instances names of persona Bank. of air too many. v ;

elsewhere throughout the state It who had been dead..for twenty Business Men When this haa been I' i n e) i i nine members of'the-control committee
demo owners under the federal
bas shoved the weather and other Nepotism Is Out years or: who had moved from the marketIng -
of the old bonds will send themIn '
agreement. Other
usual topics of conversation Into :I county fifteen years ago were stillon to be replaced by the refunded, Time Is Extended held at. Plant City, Wauchula meetingswere 4
!the background. the lists.
Here are some of the opinionsof I The qualified list of votera is also Choose UpSides lanue."GIrTofThe. .. and Bradenton. The:committee la
I Relief to,
Head be .
'Says composed of four
local business and professionalmen I carried in the paper this week Limberlost"Is For Turpentines and. five shippers. growers '
who would allow themselves and shows that more than 1.500 I '
lobe quoted In the matter may cast their ballot on Nov. 6. Good Crowds. Turn Out For Refreshing Movie The, spirit of co-operation prevailed

N. Sternberg (merchant) : "I Employment Of Relative Must The ballot that will confront voters Diamond Ball Every -'" throughout Tuesday's meetIng -, i
recently returned from Daytona Cease In Offices and is a forbidding. looking mass Afternoon Gene Stratton-Porterl famous 1834 Tags May Be Used! To- Ship -' at which about:' 100 grower!' YH

Beach and real estate men there Among Clients of closely set type measuring story "A Girl of the Limberlost. Gum and Roaln During were. present Mr. Conner and Mr.

think there is no doubt about the I twelve Inches by nineteen Inches. Local drug'rtdr,* this week reported comes to the screen of the Rita JanuaryAn Cnosby were the only men maintained

amendment attracting prospective I Any exlstenceof nepotism within Should the voter wait until he got an Increased demand for Theatre Sunday for a two-cfay.run. for the positions and their p

homeowners to Florida. On the the administrative personnel oron to the polling place to make him. linament as Stark .,business men, with Louise Dresser, Ralph Mor- extension of time for the election was unanimous.S.t .
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other hand, there is the sales tax." the relief roll of the Florida self familiar with the offices to be many of whom had not bad a base gan, and Marian Marsh In the shipment of 1934 production) of W. Hlatt.. of. the State Mar+ t

J. T. Quigley (lumber supplies): Emergency' Relief AdministrationIs lied and the seven amendments ball bat In their hands since high leading roles. gum rosin and gum turpentine has Rating,Bureau, acted as chairman ;

1 would perhaps be in favor of a likely to be Immediately elim- that are contained on it, it would school ,days, beg.B> playing diamond An outstanding picture at the been granted by the Control Cora of the;meeting? and H. O. Clay.* re

11200 or 1,500 exemption, but inated according to an announcement take him about forty minutes to ball as e...art of the gov- time; It was brought to the semen. ml t tee of the marketing agreement tea. of. the Agricultural Extension

$$5,000 is too high. this week by Julius F. Stone read it through and perhaps another ernment sponsored recreational In the silent days It la now said it was announced In Jacksonville Service ,at Gainesville, served a* sr

P. Gassett (hardware dealer): Jr., state administrator ten minutes to decide whetherto program ". jp to: be one of the most faithful talkng this week.Recognising .. secretary r

"I am against the amendment because :Mr. Stone requested the various vote yes or no. It was the consensus of opinion picture versions of a popular the fact that* some ,A: meeting:,for the choice of ship- ,,

I believe it would cause the district administrators throughout Besides the amendments there that diamond ball la better exercise novel ever produced Th* book operators do not complete their pet members of the committee win '

Khools to suffer." the state to review carefullythe Democratic nominees who are run- than golf even If it Is little was one of the author' most popular 1934 production by December 31, be',held.later at Plant" City. Mr.Hlatt b

R. F. Demorest: "It would be the personnel under their supervision are the names of state and county harder on the leg and arm mus stories, l'Iavm.sold over 1- the> Committee has announced: Its Mid,and he urged that this '

making of Florida" and make whatever adjust ing for office. cles.Sullivan 750,000 copies since Its- publication intention to permit, the'use of.1V34 I section .,.' represented.

Wm. Dobrow (merchant) : "The ments are necessitated by the or- .-. Carter, the community ID 1910. tugs to ship such production dur I ShipQej/ } will be chosen from the 1

sales tax which would result from der. DALE VAN SICKEL TO PLAY director In charge .of the general Coming to the Rita on Tuesday ing the month of January.. Ef- grpup.uhipping' 30O or more car a. ey

passage of the amendment would The order Is as follows:* ROLE AS SHIRLEY TEMPLE'S program says that everyone is Invited and Wednesday of next week Is a Coutlve February 1, all 1934 tags ,s'osonV'.from* those shipping from y

make it Impossible tor us to com- "1. No two who are atall FATHER IN "BRIGHT EYES" to come out and take 'partIn popular musical comedy, "Twenty .will be null and,void;,the'oomS it ;100 to00 car, and from theMe i,

pete with mail-order houses." related by blood persons or marriage ,- tossing the ball around. It Is a Minion Sweethearts." In It are ',tee baa warned processors. shipping,'lees than 100 cars. ,
my
N. D. Wainwrlght (tax assessor who are members of the same The following news release from great game be says, when you get starred Dick:; Powell and Ginger : tinder the arrangement as work- I ? : Ted n.gectt Shipments'a

): "I am against the amendment economic unit, shall be employed the University of Florida this used to it, and Sont" muscle are Roger amt the them has to do ait out by the committee, each operator .Thei,vwm* ot.. the ,marketing

on principal.. It la not fair "2. No two persons who"are related week ill be of interest to Stark! the surest sign tb- .,..little exer, with the Insure. pCradto broadcast- will be requested to.make a I agreement;, which .have.a already'1

for business, property to bear the within, one degree of consanguinity lends: elM Is what you/have been needt Ing.Automobile. report tinder oath? Figures fum' gone Into- effect mid'

burden of taxation alone.( It should shall be given employ- Dale Van Sickel, graduate of the Ing.The lifted by him will be checked; probably 'lutionise.the be.J117 promiseJR
be diamond ball court I* tocat- by Inspection.for verification.He 'section; whlotti'Ira never had any:
shared ;
by the, homesteads. ment within the Florida Emergency Unlversltyy of Florida, now under Accidents'in I
Joseph B. Wilson: "I am In favor Relief Administration. regard- contract with Fox Studios In Hoiywood. ed at the'school house and the will be asked to, give figure systematic Inspection, of 'OuH. +

of.the amendment. Business leas'of whether they are of separate Cat, bar Just returned to game begin at 0:00: o'clock: every State. Show Increase. on the number of. barrels, of. gamtnrpentln hipped.; f. '

conditions will never get back to economic units. This Includes the'Pacific Coast after a ten day. afternoon. At the present time ,- and of gum,rosin which Among; WB-terms of the agreement -' 'lA'

normal until real estate Is revived.It specifically the relationship of visit at his Alma Mater. early darkness somewhat limit Front January I to September: !lie> baa at the still,.either..1834 production I I. on..taUne that all stmaw->

Is an unhealthy economic condition brothers, sisters fathers, mothers, Van..Slckel. who In addition to the time of playing but It i* hop of this, year: 306 pet.sen. were MOV or any carry-oven from berries .hlplp*( from Florida, shall

when it becomes cheaper forman sons and daughters several campus honor, was an ed that arrangement can be made ed in automobile accidents In 1 Ftorda previous ,,years.. be packed. and graded In accordance ri
for the m the '
court
I to rent. than to own a to all outstanding athlete while In the having lighted according record ta the office The operator will: then.. be permitted with the United States gradesand
home." ::3..The regulations apply of chosen near future. ;of..D1'.Btewarc. O. Thompaonv shall net be
administrative relief cleats University Florida being to exchange turpentlbs and standard or they ;
A. J. Grlffls (superintendent of employee In 1928 on the official All-Amer-. Mr. Carter also says that tear of Jacksonville, ,,director: of the rosin tags, which have been. allotted shipped;at aLL Each container of ,
all i
and to
public Instruction) : !"I fear for our and otherwise, reIlef scan team at end. nIa net have arrived and aa the bureau: or vltat; statistics., state to him up to the number of trawbarrJcm.. shipped from Florid

schools if the amendment passes." clients employed in any capacity without The Florida screen star will play court on Madison. Street baa recently -Board of Health: barrels of turpentine, and: rosin I will bear.. tn* United State.grade

Olin W. White (grocery store on a straight time basis needs.- the role of the father of Shirley been put in first class condition Nine counties" ha' the State had that he has on hand January :31, of It*, contents.Thl ..

o.oeri); "it seems like a fine regard to budgetary. Temple, juvenile sensation; In the ,' everything la now ready automobile. accident: within 1930V-Tag. In excess ot. the amountof *> inspection will b* under1' '
affect existing
thing. I believe It wllj.( attract They are not to for clients paid production. "$rlght Eyes." Van for racket devotees.. their borders In which ire were stock on hand wllli have no value federal supervision and will be In; k'

newcomers! to Florida. practices In caring budgetary Sickel will be seen in the production I, lost daring. tWs perted. Bradford and thaj aonmltrem will not effmt.dUr.taeT; the time that berries
with -
JV E. Bryant (cafe owner) : "I strictly; In accordance as an aviator. His wife will County alone with eight other provide tags for rosin and turpentine are moving In sufficient quantities" ) ;

1m against the amendment It Is needs.Stores be Lois Wilson. Another widely 1000 Relief Clients counties namely. Baker Citron, In excess of tags, which are to have an Inspector oik the' plat..

undoubtedly sponsored by capitalistic known star In the film I* Jimmy Dixlet Cltchrtiit. Golf. Liberty held for exchange., r.or.m..r. '
fturater. and WaknB. were those C.. Limit Shipment
Interests and wilt work >unn. r
Warned Sickel spectator 'at the m which no deaths due to autnmc- Another clause In tha marketing
fatast the Van
poor man. Florida-Tulan. game said It was Get, Garden Seeds'Distribution bile accident were ebrontetal for Ian Held agreement provide. that when
L. A. Gray (principal of B. H. the first eight: monies of X93C., Negro
the widest open college battle he : ver' It I Ia the opinion of,UM Control
8)): "The amendment puts the has ever seen "It reminded me Dade County ted: with fifty three ,, Committee that by reason of tr

homeowner In an unfair, dilemma.It Of Tax PenaltyOccupational more of'a professional football Completed This- Week: casualties this large number: of prevailing market condition It l Ia p,
offers him tax exemption on his had victim; Duval came second with In[ Theft '
game than any college tilt I Fertilizer Given' AttemptNight adKUAbte'to limit th. shipment
property but offer no, provision ever seen previously" he said Atoe thirty-eicnt. Twelve of Florida's of atrawberres. It may prohibit the '
for his schools or his state coun-. Llceiwe Must Be sixty-seven counties had ene death shipment of all strawberries except ,'i

ty and municipal governments. Paid By Nov. 10, Mrs. Van SIcfceU who baa been Distribution of *eed and fertilizer each from, automobile mishaps those, vt a specified grads t'
J. .
M. Mitchell (drug store pro- Lee Says here on a visit wltb her parent, to 1,000 relief clients wilt e> Marshal SnrprlMMi Ditrlty I 1 This clause Is Unsigned; Mr. fi

prietor): "I would approve of the Sheriff and Mrs. W. Epperson, be completed by the end of the .RECENT GUESTS Who iris -l'Irkfld lUaU; said, to prevent the gluttingof

amendment if it were on a na- Tax Collector C. A. Knight was for the past two months, was Joined week according to C. L. Dickinson AT STAKKK HOTEL Out A ttatf market and consequent, low t.
tional
basis and If the sales tax, advised this week by Comptroller I here two week ego by Mr. supervisor of rural rehabilitation Among recent gumta. at the I pctc**.

which It would seem to necessitate, J. M. Lee that occupational licenses Van Slckel.. for a short visit. They ta this eounty.i Btaska Hotel were: Mr. and Mrs' Richard BurfteM. colored Isy being ': 'the grower woo were present 9 .

would apply" in all parts of the on stores carry a twenty- left Saturday for Hollywood.:; Each client received fifty pounds ,AahworUk, Mt. Arlington N. Ji heltt for greed Jury Investigation I'at the meeting were assured that

country. five per cent penalty if not renew- of fertilizer ISO: cabbage plant, :Mr-, and Mrs. John IV Thompson. air the Nov. 8 term of Circuit the sole purpose, eC th* marketing .
Many votera who were questioned had ed by November 10. EVANGELISTICAL. WORK IS. ISO collard plants and a package Augusta. Maine: Miss Ethel L Court on a charge of attempt to I agreement wa en attempt to see ,

not frankly stated that they whether There Is no penalty on lapsed BEING DONE BY MR..SCOTT each of carrot beet. rutabaga Fisher, Plttsburg, Pa.; Mr. and break-- and enter. .that they received* fair .price for V
made up their minds occupational license other than ba been turnip radish and ,mustard seed Mr. AVeasnldy. New Bedferd. Night Marshal. W. E. Thociktoa! their trull.
to W. A. ScotwIlo A
approve the amendment or not. store licenses, the comptroller said. Mr. and teaching a* well as onion..> Mull;' Dr. and. Mr. James W; made, the arrest aoout 3.0O o'clock .
All of these signified an intention !Tour attentlon-Lee wrote the"ax doing evangelistic Conservation. .Ther 1..no excuse new for any King. New'York, ,N.'Y.:" Mr<' and Montfcty morning a* the aegis we '

'of going into the matter more collectors;,"'. called to the fact work at the Civilian at Ratford and Penney relief client to be without a garden Mrs. E. S. MscVTuIlan WltnJng on .the. point of breaking a plate MISSION HALL

thoroughly decision. before making a final that the collection of the penalty Corp.Farm Camp since their coming' to I ,' Kf. Dickinson said. and the 'ton DeL: Jennings Harris, Hun,. gla*. bow window at"' ERefoJtwrg*.* In presenting .the lesson from ,

As know. by I la mandatory and neither the tax these location, has also mad. etraDl'ements -> FCRA: in-firm M Its reeolute not died W.;Va.: Mr. and Mr:! 0,. 1* store, .the Tth Palm at .the Bible Study
everyone should collector nor comptroller hasany' for meetings on Sundays to'aid anyone who dees>,not help Peabody. Belmont Man.;' Mr.'are? The. night marshal said that Tuesday erasing a beautiful Interpretation
now | clt-
If
tan the amendment passes, discretion In this matter." at the Transient Camp ,atIey.tone'Hetghts. himself !Mr. J. L. Walker Trent..: N. J.:' from a hidden position he watched of the word "Selah"! watt

resident head .of families A fine of $25 to $100 I* provided I Client win pay' for the seed and I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Douglas. St. the negro stop l. front of the .brought _Think of that" along

I would valuation pay no real estate tax 3.000 If the for''violation Occopatlonal li This I Ia n worthy"work" 'and Mr. fertiliser In produce,. canned goods" Thomas' Out; Capt.', and: Mr. 0. store and gas for some time Into with some mighty truth of our

oft) less. of their home I I. cense become due each year on Scott I* well adapted to It, being or labor. ..... C. Robinson, Tampa Fin..:*. B. the window. BsufteU then went need :ot turning to God ,that He
If would.
pay
more, they; Comptroller Lee said -- ------- Anderson, Atlanta 04- OU W. off for
I 1 than October 1. man himself and intensely a short distance and pick "might cause His face to shin upon j
I.5.000.only: ) that portion greater application for renewal of licenses a young interested In young men and ELIJAH NORMAN Thompson Akron Oaia: Mr. and ed up a piece of pipe.. He then returned ....."
The constitution defines a should be made by October 31. I Mrs. Ii:. J. Taylor, Lone Beach to the .... and wa aboutto -Illustration
homestead aa 100 acre outside of their probtesn Funeral service. for Elijah Nor I Calif.; Frank Gorman, New Ha break the window when the i Tbe In the chalk r
.
Incorporated half .. held Saturday at the talk' for the children especially
war
and
place., a man I
Conn.; Mr*. Lucite Haycroftand marshal .
MANAGE STATION yen night mad the arrest.
;J acre. about 510 feet square inside BRADFORD TEACBJR8ATrEND : TO : Seashol Funeral Parlor. In Jacksonville Ala. ,showed how flash light minus ;
daughter Montgomery : The admitted
|Incorporated place 1N8TJTUTETh. Mr. irvin uSoe.. of Worthington -l' with the Jt.... L. A.Rawl. negro his Intention 'the bulb I* .a useless thing, but ;
.
Mr and Mr. John Beecker. Cre.eo of breaking Into the store and '
..lSAFE Springs who ha* been locatedIn .. pastor of the Euclid Avenue when connected to the battery
following' teacher In the Pa.: Mrs. .L.. Hertz, Atlantic: said that be already had a suit
month
six and radiate
fortbe past Church officiating glow a beautiful
DRIVING Bradford County High School areattending RaIford I Baptist City N. J.: Mr*. Gertrude, Fldler, picked out. H. said that he'bad
filling station Dan the men woman when
where he operated a with Interment following In light; so or
If you must 'study the lICen.ry.IIQW ,. the Teachers' Institute took over the managementof iel's Cemetery.Mr. Chicago lit, Oscar Tarnell Chattanooaa. escaped from prison In Georgia lighted ,with the low of God and 7
Gainesvilletoday Tenn. Mr. and Mr*. C.
np or stop if you must dem which ./being held! In ,' the Cities Service Station here Norman died In Jacksonville ; who abide In that love will reflect : '
'' V. Buffalo. N. Y. Mrs.Franca
Smltb.'
onstrate your affection for your and Saturday! P. Wednesday ,which Is J located opposite Thursday 'night, following a brief ; Starke Sewing Room .'that love and life In theln
Attractive do It standing fiat. L. A. Gray.' Mrs. D. House'on Temple native of Chartton Doyle Philadelphia Pa.; dally living.
companion the Court Illnea He wss> a .
still. If you must debate Carpenter. Mrs. T. T. Long.R. F.Miss Demoret. Avenue. The station will be known Georgia and had been a resident dale.)4''I.B;N.. T. Belts. and sons-. Sears-_ Opened This Week f The Tree" ha*'been .lect.J a* a fi,
heatedly affairs, the League Isabel Fernandez, Mrs. Station and will for the last fir\ -
family Mr. B. a* Red's Servlc. of Jacksonville -. : n subject:: for, next week' study ,
Wall. -
E.
of Nations, or the NRA. park Mr* A. Mrn." carry a complete line o* Cities Ser- twelve years.Survivors The SERA sewing room opened and It will be Interesting to know ;
for a while and settle It. but do not Perkins. Mrs. G. A. Anderson.Hart. vice ga and oil*. are his widow Mrs. I GASOLINE CONSUMPTION here this week with eighty women what THE BOOK has to say about l'

try to do these things while drtv.Ng W. B. L*zenby. Mrs Edna Mrs Amie Norman; four daughters, Gasoline consumption In Brad- employed at making garment for this topic.: There will be a claw

Your automobile. I* Jealous Mr*., Grace; Walnwrlght. Rltch PUBLIC SPEAKING SATURDAYThe Mrs. C. C. Pitman Misses Evelyn ford County dropped from 73337 school children, quilting and making In singing from Rosewood Baptist '
H. C.
It it doesn't get all your attention Jeanette Klncald. Mrs. Miss H<..- Issue of the coming elec- Leslie. and Helen' Norman: two gallon In August to 63,460 gallon crocheted rug*. Church under direction of Mr. Tul-
It Is likely to 1'\ID.lnto the ditch Miss Madge Mlddleton. and William Norman, in Kerosene showed have also two,
Rosalind Ja tion will be discussed by a speaker ions Frank September. Sewing room reopened ley'Norman, who will render
bit a telegraph._pole. or tree, or sal Mlddleton Miss Ml a on Call Street Saturday after all resident of Jacksonville; two a corresponding decline with at Lawtey, Hampton 'and songs. an added feature for the '
trash Into another car. And the sobs Mis Eunice, Perkln BdnStrickland. a noon at three o'clock. Hear this .sisters Mr.. W. D. Sapp. Lake 4.995 gallon In September a* Brooker. .The room here to In evening study.Missionary R.'

answer to your argument will bedeath Lucille .Edward* MIa Mae speech. It'wlU" have to do with Batter and Mrs. Walter Harris. compared with 6,681 gallon In charge of Mrs. Frank Hoover l CalvU" I I. doing ,

'. injury, and property damhie. Miss' l Annie Ml*. matter of vital Importance to every Tnlee: two brother.'' L. A. Nor August. This county also used The room was operated for eightmonth some good work on the street In f t

,- Pearc. Mis* Ruby anMis resident of Starke and Brad- man of Lawtey and Tom Norman sixty-three too of fertilizer, during last. year, Jt wrs closed advertising the meeting .amongmruikfnr i ,I'th

sad,Pay help attention to- your driving, Unie McRae. Mla .Lilly ._cord/ County. sot.. Sanderson.-':" ._. -" jast! .month.. w'. ,In ,April., '"" .loot "' :, Mf.j...,.. ....,:;.,bojrs.r _'''_"' ...............t,1ft';:'1;,.{-

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IPII !II. DRIVER FINED SHIP FLORIDA PINE CONES --

QUINCY. A. Llttlefjeld of SILVER SPRINGSA carload I RURAL

T1 Panama City, has been fined $50 of yellow pine cones was shipped COMMON

LIVE STATE NEWS and costs by Judge E. M. Dyal In from the Ocala National{ Forest, a FARMERS SECTIONConducted SENSE I

county court on a charge of reck- few miles east of(Silver Springs, By SPUDS!
1 less driving. to Pollack La., the latter part I JOHNSON

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs Littlefleld, operator of an oil of last week, for use by the U. S. Conducted by Demonstration Agents --.I.
truck, with trailer tank, was said Forestry Service in seeding new SCIENCE AND COURAGE

by officials to have crowded a areas, according to Joe McCul- COMBINE! FOR UINMNn

school bUll operated by A. J. Ches- lough, principal forester. Mr. Mc- FARM RIGHTS ON FOES
11II1 ter and occupied by fifty-seven Cullough saId at total of five -- -- -- ":"' -

students off the road, west of freight cars were needed but only Farmers, fruit growers, .
ATTACK CITRUS; PACK CONVICT ARRESTEDJACKSONVILLELonnie STANDARD EIGHTS AND live
Quincy. No one was hurt. two carloads would be shipped at stock raisers and truck
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+ LAKELAND Florida's newly Par this time because of the short Hints To Housewives MEASURES FOR FLORIDA producer

proposed citrus marketing agree rtah, escaped Georgia bank rob- crop. No facilities for extractingthe PRODUCTS ARE LISTED are fully familiar with wars on

ment was under fire .recently as'' ber, was arrested at a garage near STAY GRANTED seed from the cones are avail- Weekly from Home Demonstration other than national fronts, in

a grojip of independent growers Baldwin last week, it was announced TALLAHASSEE.=: Martin F able here.STATE'S. Specialist, Tallahassee TALLAHASSEE-Nearly every. which they must forever be enBB ,
declined to affirm Sheriff Rex Sweat, of Jack-
who by
and shippers Jarvis, sentenced to electrocution body on the farm knows how mucha ed. Warfare against disease
f,, the pact until Secretary Wallace sonville. Arrested with ParrIsh for the murder of a Sarasota. woman AUTO TAX IIIGIIESTJACKSONVILLE bushel of corn weighs, but not pests repeatedly calls them to and
f has "carried out in letter and was a young man who said he was HOME CANNED FOODS FINE the
colors and
was saved from the death everyone knows the exact weights the cry Of peace
he made to Raymond Prescott, twenty, of -An analysis PLANNING SCHOOL LUNCH where
i' spirit promises committees IN
there Is
of bushels of other no
chair Friday at least temporarilyas of motor taxation just completedby lunches to be some products. peace with these ton
in Baldwin.
at there are
Washington early Where
.. the Supreme Court ordered a the American Automobile As- Is to Official weights and measures they long since learned to dlart-
It a problem
4 September "TIIHEK MEN INDICTED stay of his sentence, pending a sociation reveals that Florida, in packed the dally variety of foods right at i,were adopted by the Florida. Legislature gard.

4n SHOT SNAKElilTRJEND QUINCY--Indictments charging further examination of the procedure 1933 had tbe highest average tax have hand for use In the lunch to makeIt in 1901 and amended In Insect- infestations and hltec-
first degree murder in two cases in his trial. Electrocution of per vehicle of any state. Florida'saverage and nourishingmeal. 11917, and are the legal weights tlons of disease may sometime

QUINCY--J.. L. Burke, living were returned by the Gadsden Jarvls had been set for 9 a. m. tax: per car was $80.02 as appetizing. I I land measures for this state.; seem to have grown more numerous
Just west of Quincy, l Is recovering Friday of last week, at the State One standard as and more
r County grand jury recently against compared with the national aver liquid gallon destructive with the
filled
Y from a fractured right arm, which Perkins and Prison In Raiford. had One can turn to a well defined In the statutes contains advance of
Earl Yon, Myers age of $47.31, Eight states an civilization Conclusions
suffered while at Lake and choose various cans orJars
he
fishing Alee Yawn, for the robberyslaying average tax of more than 6000. pantry 231 solid Inches. The weight per have greater foundation la
with friend. The fishing of food that will help greatlyIn
Talquln a of Miss Annie Burns and Miss MUTINY AT STATE HOSPITAL The total motor.tax bill last year bushel of various products, in fact that under conditions! of den
companon, seeing a rattled Nancy Burns, In their farmhouse amounted to 1128262.331, the solving the lunch problem. What avoirdupois pounds, as announcedby ser population, and closer interrelations .
: make the lake bank took white could convenient thana
on a QUINCYTen patients more
several months ago. highest level In the history of motor prove the Inspection Division of the the invasions and attacks
shot at the reptile, but missed and confined as criminal Insane at the nice can of roast beef or chicken
transportation according to State .pepartment of Agriculture, may come more
the bullet struck Burke In the arm. OFFER State Hospital in Chattahoocheelast just ready for sandwiches Then frequently
FREE SPACE:
the A.A.A. figures. This tax bill, follows: and In more severe form. Certain.
JACKSONVILLE Tampa Friday night and practically on the basis of valuation of all again, we have our many flavored 60 ly they are better known and
apples, dried 60 Irl. Potatoes attract -
SHOLTZ CRITICIZEDPENSACOLA all of Saturday staged a mutiny fruit Juices and trait butters or
Chamber of Commerce last week motor vehicle property amountedto apples, 48 millet ..____ 50 Increased attention.
-. Dr. Homer and It was not until they became jams which are always a delightto green
offered the Florida Emergency Relief that would be assailed twenty-eight per cent of the beans, castor 48 oats __:..__ 32 Measures affording protection
'U Pearson of Miami, president or Administration the use of a and aware subdued they with tear' that I value of all motor property in taxes children. I beans, castor 38 onions,_____ 32 j from the assaults of these enemies
Ute Florida Medical Association, far Its state offices gas rural schools where the hot I
Tampa building in Jn
I a single year.TO I beans, she I'd 60 peaches dri'd 34 to agriculture, devised by science
and entered their respective ,
-
J sharply criticized Governor Dave Frank Cooper. spokesman they gave up dish supplement is being provided
beans velvet dri'd 24 render
peaches surely prevention
easier
Sholtz and the state cabinet for the cells. These patients tore the home certaInly -
for the chamber, said building, ; for children pantry
HOUSING ACT ___ 22 it
their cots and broke STUDY (In hulls) 78 peanuts than formerly was. Methods of
head of up up some
appointing a layman as :
a five story structure at the cor- has played an important
______ 55 control also discovered
plumbing fixtures for the JACKSONVILLE order that beggarweed pears by research
raj the state hospital at Chattahoo- Streets purpose organizations
and Polk community
Various
ner of Morgan role. seed _____ 62 plus ___.__. 40 workers In most Instances give
of obtaining with which the full significance of the force results
4 chee In an address before the contained 100,000 square feet of weapons have sponsored the lunch
d Florida Dental Society convention they might assail attendants if released In the government's Bet- and have used home bran ______ 20 quinces ____ 48 that once would have been

ny here<< last week. space. the latter attempted to enter the ter Housing Program may be understood canned supplement products in the making of .:chufas ____ 54 rye __-.__01 56 Impossible. "

--- GIRL,FOUNuTviUKDKUED cell block. in its relation to Indus. creamed dishes, stews pie corn In husk 70 salt _______ 60 Vigilance on the part of the husbandman

CROSS-STATE CANAL MARIANNA-The body of Miss try, regional meetings are being laus soups, chowders and numerous other eon: shelled 56 sorghum __ 56 or the herdsman Is essential .

JACKSONVILLE-BuildIng: of a Lola Canaldy, twenty years old HEADED FOR BREAK planned In key cities all over the nourishing dishes. In some Instances (corn meal __ 48 sweet however if these means of
I was found In a pond near her home I I country for discussion and study of children the food cotton seed. 32 potatoes_ 56 a preventive or corrective char
cross-state the bring
ship canal, "must depend MIAMI-The American Legion Sea Island 44 __. 54
( ) turnips .
; in Greenwood by a searching par the program. I and the teacher or acter are to be effective. Promptness -
upon the political influence ty lait week. Officers said the and its auxiliary:\ here appeared to Such a meeting will take place I from home : student guavas -___ 54 wheat _____ 60 and persistence In Making
supervises
of the advanced
representatives of the gulf some
I
r states and girl bad been beaten on the head be even more surely headed towardan here on Monday, November 5, at of the hot dish, -. use of them are required to Insure .
the status of the Southin the preparation
Instrument. Officers open break with the Roosevelt the Hotel to make Men are still losing ground in
wIth a blunt Mayflower much if efficiency. Delay and) neg.
the allocation of funds which Is simplified
very
public
Ic Treated Claude Neal administration over the bonus. available to all in this the war with parasite pests of domestic lect have serious
a negro Industry always con e-
for
General Charles P. Summerall, the food is all ready use by
The national heads of both animals Dr. MauriceO.
organizations ,
Smith In trade to find says
and his aunt Sallie ,
area an opportunity canned. quences.
president of the Gulf-Atlantic Ship here for conventions having been properly Hall of the U. S. Department
said found out what the Better Program
whose home they Housing -
i they well balanced Discouraging features frequently
Canal Association, told a Since the value of a
group which convene Monday, expressed of Agriculture. He attributes this
of bloody clothes and a bloody ham- really is.. Executives, sales will face the farmer to
been seeking
l civic leaders at a luncheon here disagreement with opinions voiced school lunch has realized to increasing concentration of do-
t mer, and advertising officials and man- his his livestock from
recently. more attention has been giv- save crops or
by President Roosevelt in his mestic animals and Improved IntercommunIcation -
WARDEN agers of Industry generally will en to it and, according to records destruction. Temptation will recur
GAME KILLEDCRESTVIEWMr. speech at Roanoke, Va. Discuss between all
UNDER ATTACKTALLAHASSEEWhether' I study and discuss the actual work- kept, a marked improvement in every now and then, to give
John Roberts ing the veterans, the presidentsaid of the in the parts of the. world.
Ing program breaking in favor
work practices
habits and scholastic aggressive
the of Caryvllle, who a short time they "are better off on the average credit and in its essential health, up
1, state legislature has authority un- ago 'v:ao appointed game warden, from the point of view of elements jam leading to the revival of has been noted among children in Only about one-third of the of a policy of inaction.

der the constitution to provide was killed by some unknown partyin employment and of annual Income business. schools when the lunches have price consumers pay for flour VIctorIes' that agriculture has

that convicts shall be assigned to the river swamp near Douglas than the average of any other ''i been wisely planned. goes to the farmer for his wheat. won in its contests with the evil
road work outside the state prison Ferry last Monday afternoon just great group of our citizens." To Since the home canned products forces of nature have been more
at Raiford was questioned In before sundown. He was accompanied which Edward A. Hayes, national The entire American private Investment wilt fit so well Into your plan for The 'puffer fish, which inhabits numerous than the defeats They

the supreme court here last week. by his son, Marlon, and was commander of the Legion, replied: abroad at the beginningof school lunches, wouldn't it be wiseIn coral reefs!, Inflates Itself into an should serve as a source of cheer,

R came In an application by Foy stalking some one who was in the "The experience of those of us 1934 was around $16,700,000,000 planning your' cannlpg budgetto inedible, prickly ball when attacked. and Inspire renewed vigor in front

Green, sentenced from Plnellas swamp hunting squirrels. Mr..Rob who have been devoting the past Irrespective of "war' debts.- include some special jars of line attacks.

County to five years for breaking' erts was shot through the heart fifteen years to the problems of Pathfinder Magazine' meats, vegetables, fruit juices, Warfare on diseases and pests

and entering, for his return to the 'I with a load of buck shot and died world war veterans has suppliedus a-- jams or butters for the school Scheduled airlines in continental can achieve much of Its objects,

k state prison under the claim that instantly. His son was also shot with ample proof to show thata Mort than twenty-five per. cent lunch? United States flew 2,699.342 even though it must be kept up.

lie la being subjected to "Involun- but not so seriously but that he vast majority are in a class of of the "casualties" In our peace .-.- miles,carried'153331 pounds of ex- Not yet, it is well to recall, has

tary servitude" in a state road was nl1! to get to the edge of the hanhlcap because of their serviceto time army are:due to athletic Half the population of China press and 33,899 pa&jcugcra dur; been fought the war that ended

.a, camp In,Taylor County. .i I swamp .and_call for_help.! ._ --,- the government iq war. ,games.* y:'HI..... trades through Shanghai. ing the month of May.----'-", wars between peoples.-- --







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Growing With America
S PATRONIZE THE LOCAL In No\mber-Plenty'! to Eat ALADDIN: LAMP TICKET You Can Whip; Our ,Cream EVERY DAY IS Delirious I and Refreshing

A & P When Buying Hardware at: But You Can't: Beat Our Milk. BARGAIN DAY .

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_; BEER SHORT AND SANDWICHES WOODFIN HAILE A Complete Line: of Ladle Standard Oil Co.PHONE BUY'IN NOVEMBER WHENHOSIERY D KID'S FILLING.

LUNCHES TO TAKE OUT and Gentlemen's Calling Card ,110 FOR EVENING WEAR
SHELL GAS AND OILS Dealer In '' I STATION
G. M. 'SlSTRUNK.ulD CaU AtRACHEL'S
TRUEMAN'S FERTILIZER BRADFORD COUNTY ,, ,
Wilmer's! Service Station I DISTRIBUTOR .'HOME
fy (Formerly Vlo...'*). warehouse Near Depot' TELEGRAPH a BUY- AT Scott's Corner
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i p The, NEW surra Walt And See StovU1nc Room Suite*

WILL ARRIVE SOON OUR CHRISTMAS And ,Radio I Bros.'oFATCE!: SUPPLIES: CAK-
O. K. Barber SUPPORT
Shop YOUR
LOOK YOUR BEST At Reasonable Price BON PAPER. TYPEWRITER
rqr CARDS Grewen RIBBONS ADDING MACHINE
Strawberries and, .
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Solicit Your Trade
HOME TOWN MERCHANTS J. M. ALVAREZ BRADFORD COUNTY Hart Furniture Vegetable. Broken Car Lot PAPERBRADFORD
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HAIR CUT ... .. JOO Tit Dependable Store. TELEGRAPH Company.
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1 ALL KINDS OF LEGAL ONE INO OF STARXST8 INDUSTRIES LEAD-: NEW V-a CHECK YOUR PRINTING FireLifeAutoAccidentJOHNS Sinclair Ga and Olla

H. C. WALL BLANK FORMS FOR SALE NEEDS AND CAL,29 & ,Are The Best

GENERAL INSURANCE BRADFORD COUNTY Starke Stave Mill BRADFORD COUNTY WAINWRIGHT'SiNC C REFINING

ii'", PHONE 148 TELEGRAPH W. P. SMITH, Owner, J. ,An caws, Jr, TELEGRAPH GENERAL LYSURaxCE'phase 15Chas.
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OUR CHRISTMAS
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SUPPORT YOUR FOOTB.A"I' TRESPASS-POSTED-FOR "
CARDS RENT-FOR SALE Electrical Contractor
THREE FRIENDS CARDS
HOME TOWN MERCHANTS BRADFORD COUNTY ATTEND EVERY GAME IN BRADFORD COUNTY And Repairing
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I i material.We have Our a new class cabinet made for some our ,IrKt the, lien of forerluHtire you prior nncl and of nuprrlor a each morlwaa-e of to you theclnlm asa A Joint JOINT,Resolution to RESOLUTION Article PropnHlnic 10 l of the nnAneninent ,\Amend Joint JOINT Section Resolution RESOLUTION:24 of Prop".lnl %ii

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Bradford High School Journal 3 3apP II IIST.FF nice posters of healthful foods. We In Bradford and to(the County following Plortim, premises. tult: In i'oiiKtltutlnn bv Adding of the Thereto Stat an of Addi Florida the Floilda.."onstitittun Relating of to the County Stat

are working on a Hallowe'en! sand IE01 & BV< loc' WWVi of S\V1. t.nai Section to B* Known aa Municipal (Ooveinmenta.I .
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I .. of SK'-j, In &v''i
: table project. Twp IW'. H. JO H. .I to" I "A.ton'" Relating to 10"*. It HeaoKed *>y the ....I..t.
.t..d Exemption of the mat of VlorlilaiThat
Miss M. Mlddleton, Teacher. IH Oxlervd. that you ana each of
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Resolved hr Section of Article III
> are hereby r.qulr"d to appearte U1CHIIKB dl. the a.... of Florida the Constitution of the state '
Alachua Whips Spoken English Class 1ST GRADE C mtUl on bill MondHV.of complaint November' 11 6th That the following amendment to riorlda relating to ,cnuntv, nnd '

:-=Elllto.-In-Chlef 1D14, otherwUa the bill of complaint Arh10' of th fount It utlon of nlelpal..rnn.nu he and the 1
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Tornadoes In Presents We have missed Miss Pearce and '
as '
)' t. EdJtorInChefMarWLCk One Act Play will bo taken as confessed by you. of Jlnrll. relating tohomestead I. h.r.by. am.nd.d. \
: a to and It.
.Ex.hang., EdtovDurO so much. She has' been absent It In further ordered that thin nolle and ", by odd- a"r.. "hll ..
&Ia nth" ...A".t. ixchangs* 10-0 Battle Fri. In Chapel Last Friday this week. Miss has t bo publ..1 once each week for log thereto an additional Unctionto mltted to the el""lo. the It.t.of
[ Has..n _...._ Kitty Hogsed 4 .. In HradfordCounty he known a. "Mectlon T" provid.mit Florida at Ue.eral ..
.. __..._Llte..ry Editor w..k.
0.jCSokWefl of Representative to held
Editor been our teacher.'We have all been Tolenreph, a newepsp.rpubileheti that tin aaneHement for any b.
Irm.rl" Marwlck. A.at._ Lit. Editor Tornado' Play Perry At No real We have been :: In MaUl county. '%Willie 8tat or Countv or Municipal taxation 034 fur approval or ..Jecto.
)laW Anderaon. JI' fports Perry Chapel Today As Teachers Are good. busy hand and the official neal of be levied upon the home. SectIon 34 of Article

/. po ViJ.. __....At._ SportU Editor Editor Today. Gone to Gaincnvllle to TheTeacher making pumpkins and black ,cats naltl my ('o"t at Starke,, Hradfnrd at..I..hal and the earn I I. hereby .d. shall read a* follow!
joUt _
". .___. this 3rd day of October and be submitted to Section 14. The Leglalnturo
County
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I" Editori.fl for Hallowe'en.Miss 11"11,1. "h.1
"1,0" A..t. 800. Institute
8t..rnberlr. the qualified of the Stat of uniform .
1 lan'BIg..ga __'__?___..Jok. Editor I The Tornadoes took a 10-0 beat- Annie Mae Pearce, 1934A.J. THOMAS. Florida I for ratification or rejectionIn I ..t.bl.h.n municipal ." ,.te".. !t
....II"Wblttleld ... Jok Editorr. Ing from the Alachua eleven out Mrs. Demorest's Teacher. Aa rterk of Circuit Court the I"n..al electon to be held on which shall be applicable, except
nw. Andenon. Jr. Entertainment: Spoken English: Kradfnrd County the T..d.y the first 'asea' wher local or special I
Editor. 'I,I at the municipal field last F.rlday Class presented a 'very commen- KNIGHT ft KNIfJHTAttorney Florida Monday In November A. D 1934 for counties are provided by

I I .. Ma .A t.' Bnter- afternoon. dable 1ST GRADE D for Plaintiff. that la to nay there shall be addeiIn Legislature that may be "
J.. Br"nn"tminment Editor one act play, "The Touch- iO-56t.1l-I Article 10 of the ConstitutIon of herewith. The

I .- Luclll Torotle.--Primary and Alacbua's ten points resulted down," last Friday that comtnsed We have been making pumpkins the State of Florida relating tohomestead general law t.I"I.ta... 'Ih.1,
) Elementary Department I In..n I from a field We IN C''iuce'i'r.'os'wr. and exemptions, an ftddltlnnal towns according to population
goal ((3 points) and a the major portion of the chapel and cats for Hallowe'en. TWJN.Y. 1
I "...l..Junlor HI ReporterjIE1ENKELLER NIX'I'll Jl'l>l(']"l. .. Section tn be known aa hall I by general 1 law provided .
touchdown and extra point ((7 entertainment.The have finished our pre-primers and JHAIPn"1 HM"MTY. "",'rM Section 7" of ..11 A.lale. which heir Ineorporatm. government '

points). Alachua obtained the chapel program commencedwith will begun Peter and Peggy Primers ILt."IIC".\\('IHY.l.oul"e shall read duties ant .

touchdown and extra point In the the Lord's Prayer and Klig next week. Complainant Section from ,. Tb.r. shall other.exempted than- I and lege*no under special such or '\\.i: :' I:: '5
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last five minutes of the game. Salute as usual. Our room Is divided Into the vs.James. special ..1.o"mentl ta"alon. benefits, to p"r.tln.cltlea or towns "
shut your eyes and then try to The Frederick Howell ..,....y head. of a family who I a I. government, "
started side
i game by Alachua Then the "The Reds and Greens: Bach .
couldn't see the came play. nf"ndant Itlaen of ami reside In the Stat of powers, duties and privilege i
.uppose that you kicking off to us and after three Touchdown." The cast was as works so hard trying to get aheadof affidavit append Florldn. the nnmeatand aa In b* passed by the Legislature.
new blue stone ring e'llttI.fh..r bill tiled In the afiove- d..rl..t Approved June 6, 1K3J.
of your 10 of the of t
at their
color attempts line we were follows: the other. A.th'l. .
dress or suit, that youcouldn.t I stated cause that J.m.1 Frederickllowell of tn the valu
or your best : mother calldlnnlt"s forced to kick. They caught the Mr. Beezum Knott...___Charl* Miss Hazel Adkins, Teacher the defendant therein named atn.Etat. U.OOO.II Flm'11 how NO. SIX ''I

hear your and that youcouldn't punt on their thirty yard line and Pender. Florida IK: non-renldent and la a resident of the of Htate Anhe-of : vested to In saul auch:: )home-bend A JOINT nJ OLUTJON
ready" It
ran it to their forty-five yard line Mrs. Beezum Knott.Frances 1ST GRADE EWe I vllle, North Carolina over the are oftw.nty.one "i'c"e In hi* lawful wife A Joint R."ol.Uon ire.&v'

make your tongub say a before the runner was downed. Cadman. have a pretty new sand tableIn year: It I I. therefore ordered '... upon such homestead or An..nd".nt of Article IX of
defendant the State
is hard to suppose, that said non-reeldent n both of S
word. That Then they completed a pass for The Old Graduate.Herbert our room. Also two other new be and he I I. hereby required to Approved May 1933 ida Relative Taxation and

Isn't It? But in there this happy are some, bright llt- I nineteen yards. Then after two 1 Packum. tables and we have more funny .11'11 to cause the bil or of before complaint Mondiiy filed of"?nfl.to Article H IX* Known a* Section ,

tie children unsuccessful attacks on our line i The Radio Announcer________. decorations far' Hallowe'en.) And the 6th day of November, A. U 1034.otherwlae NO THREE! Ii. It Resolved ky the ... '.

colored world who cannot see children or they tried another pass. It was ; __________________ Hugh Walters up on our wall Is our Honor Roll he taken the allegation confed* of said by said billwill A JOT RESOLUTION of the .,... of Florid..1.1.
One of the aa
hear, or speak. Intercepted by one of our men. The College Widow ____________ Class. We are all trying to get a 1 lefendanU .V Joint t Proposing theAmendment Article That the IX following of amondment
Helen Keller, was of Article XIX of the the
named Our ball! But we were forced to _______??___ Louise Snyder balloon on the Honor Roll. ; It I Is further ordered that this ortier Constitution of Florida Relatingto the State of Con.Uruton ''t

bom in a tiny two-roomed Ala. kick again. The college students and rooters. Mrs. Jeanette Kincald: be published mire a week forfour Prohibition.n as flection 1 of uld Article IX
; In th* Hi'ncl- and '
thirty-six Iv. w..k. the I Ie
nearly eon..11 hereby
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cottage, It ItesoUed t th .m.
bama Thai Is the way it was! Now The rest of the Spoken Eng. Class. Teacher. I' ford eotnl)Telegraph. a nwnpai ..( the State of .Florida Legislature anil hall l>. submitted to alr..d "
and State
acid
County
years ago. Jolly baby for a year they had the ball now we had the The plot of the play briefly stated mlillxhvd Thin teth duy of September 1834.A That Article XlX'of th. ("n.tl\.1 (lenernl ors of the Election Slat to of ba Florida held at
a on
She was bait Back and forth punts and Is as follows: :2ND GRADE A AND B J. THOMAS. ton of the Stat of Florid, first Tuesday' after the first
the
and a half. but then came Cleric Circuit Court. earn la amended HO a* lay In ,
hereby November 1(34 for
bucks and Mr. and Mrs. Beezum Knott. a second had an inter- ,
fevel that closed the blue passes plunges Twomore The grade PATTKV A UANPHl'M.Hollcltor to read .. follow: or rejection
cruel ton
and shut the pink ears forever evenly matched teams could backwoods farming couple come esting program in their room this for Complainant ARTICLE! NIX "SectInn 14. a period of

eyes Helen not be found. to a college football game (their week, arranged by Lenetta Qrlffls. 9 1Il0.1.NU..R Section 1. The Hoard of County teen years 10.the beginning

Very soon forgot Then In the first part of the first) to see their son play. The A program next week will be arranged OF KI.KtTlOVlo (.Rml..lo".rl of each County In oper"lon. motion picture .
t< talk because she couldn'thear the of Hradtod County Ih. 8tat. oftener than n"cl In pl.ntl which shall be .
bow third scene Is set in the grandstand.They Lucille Bowers. t.erlr this' ..
quarter Alachua kicked a by 'it the of F'orliln: very two .nr. upon the appllca- fd. State on tr after
what other people were say- Field goal from our twenty yard know nothing about the Mlas Lillie McRae. Teacher. lie It Known, That 1, K Inn nf one-fourth of the registered hits:1st. ,191.1, I Including all lands, .
'lurld.loh..by vot.t'o of any County, shall cull and chattels utilised In '
of the State of "
Secretary
ififf. line for three game and the result Is very funny. and nection
older Helen beganto points.In fflve notice thatGIOrtEIIAL A provide for an election In the the .wlh. and all raw h
As she grew the fourth quarter we march. Their conversations with The Old TENTH GRADE NEWS KI.KITION (nunty In which application I la "'''' tennis : the finished I I t
find( out queer puzzling things I held In Uradford County, to: decld whether the sale Intnxlcatlttg (lucts of', atudln* nnd .t ; 5
ed down to their four line Graduate the College Widow, and lab well :1
black unknown world., yard Both sections of the Sopho- of Florida I on TueRday: nextucoeedin liquors, wines or beer finished '
the
about the Radio Announcer amusing. hall he prohibited therein, the films, shall I h. .
i and were kept front scoring at the are mores met In Miss Fernandez'sroom *; the first MUIh.y In November exempt ( 'oni al
Sometimes she could feel hermothers .. question to b* d.t"rmln.d by a valorem t except that
lips moving strangely as I last minute by a desperate effort Finally, In the last minute of the last Wednesday at recess to being theMIx'lII, A. D. 1(34, a.ld TuenUuv najnrltv of those voting at the elec- emption, "" Ih'I I I Income n", :.
their son makes the winning lon called under this Section which lIve by this ,
their As game "
on
she sat on her lap but wben she ;I part. soon as they got touchdown and all discuss plan for a Hallowe'en par. For United UAY ni NOVKtlHKIt Senator election shall h* conducted In the hall extend .yund the"year",

tried to move her own lips, they the ban they started a series of are' happy. ty. The following'were appointedto For In Conicrfliil manner prescribed hv law for hold The exemption herein ..lhoa'I.
which ended Curtain. lbpt'.a.lt.tve. nir general elections Elections (hull not apply to real
long passes only serve 'OD the social committee: State t"lat.
Then she would .
would not go. under this Section shall be helilwithin d hy such motion .
In conclusion there
In her effort to when they made a touchdown and was a pep Katie Fugate. MartHa Hemming- For Representative of the SecondConrretmlonal sixty days from the time of and plant except the real *stat* 4

grow very angry an extra point. Five minutes later meeting which sent the football way. Billy Saunders and Al Kay District of the State pr..ntlnl said application, but If iMiplHii I a* the location required
and of Florida In the SeventyfourthConMI'ese
understand her
make people boys out to the Alachua game with election' should thereby house such motion picture .
would kick and, shriek; for she the game ended.In Carlisle. of the United State*. Ink* piece within .lty day of any aid plant and other building
Alachua the confidence. In For Two Justices of the State or National primary '- to the .
reality. won Margie McMillan visited dup.e lh or d.nt.l operation of such
could scream'as loudly as any Court of th State of It shall h dies and
child even If she could not talk. game by their passing. They made There will be no chapel todayas Jacksonville Friday of last week. For Two.n.lrn." Ciimmlelonr dnva ,after Much* .\\.tWh: laiils .ltnt... together.. with for t
the teachers have to the of the NalonaT ..ulr./
167 yards on passes and only 107 gone Al Kay Carlisle, Reporter. Florida election, or prlm.ry.1..to. nit officers and ., and 4
was a friendly placeto For On* Hotim of
The
garden M.mbe. .
in warehouaes,
teachers Institute Gainesville. laboratories,
yards on scrimmage while we S Representatives of the State of Florida 1 The Legislature' shall
could smell her roonm, projection .
Helen. She room
by general special In.
ld.
.torale.
made only about twenty yards on GOOD SPORTSMANSHIPThere p"I trackage, .
legislation' and 4
to the flowera. Besides the For Five, Ccunly p.ln.
way .mm'.lo"e. oOfar and locations.
BITS OF SENIOR SAYINGS. olI'I'
passes and 174 'yards by scrim For Three Mmner enforce the .
flowers she had only two playmates Most of their total yardage SINGING AND SO FORTH are three place where Board of Puh'.lo: Instruction.In Countl All law, a If to 1:rI : -Approved. Jun T. 1931. ,i I '
mage. liquors, wines I beer .'
One was a black girl, named "..tlmony I -
was made by their double threat one may learn good sportsmanship have hereunto .W.e""ol. In effect nn December 31. 1918, unless NO. SEVEN f

Martha Washington and a big man, Seeber Fowler, captain, and The Seniors are still working to : and affixed the.Oreat Heal changed by the L..I.I.tur. by A JOINT RESOLUTION

brown dog named Rosalie. Hel-The quarter back of the Alachua team. make their home rooms more at- ((1)) The nursery ((2)) Schools and Tallahaeeee.or the State of the Florida' Capital, at, law* I r.Irh this, "'amendment concurrently A Joint Resolution Proposing' an i 4"'Ani.nlment

black girl could understand tractive. Monday a nice aquarium tourna- this shall a* become effective to of the ', '
The ball was kicked fifteen colleges. ((3)) Competitive the flrnt of Auvuit, Artol. .
4.3 Constitution of ,
and together they (SEAL) D. with and .nr.maln of Flor. : l 'v'
en'i signs )
I A. .h,1 _
queer was added to Mrs. Carpenter"ahomo Art.l. 'Ida
and ments. 11)84R. .) to Cities and Coun.
times. eight times by us seven A. until ", by R.I.t" I_______
spent raisy happy :b )urs. times: :;by them. room. Both borne rooms have Perfect sportsmanship requiresthat -Rslat". the Leglslatur, The power of the ties. i
Up to tho time Helen was seven been well supplied with cut flowers situation with To' H.n. W. J. Legislature to prnvfd' neeeasnry n*. It HesolTed ., the Legislator yy
There were only two injuries one meet every Bradford County. Stark, law to carry nut and enforce this f the State of II.rtda.
years old she did not love any- that amounted .to anything. One and the ,potted plants are asy :grace. One should show '-'- Florida I A..t.,. unnll In.lud. the right to Article That the <1innt to i .
of the Constitution of
She hated her for manufacture or sale
VII
or
thing anyone. Alacbua :man was carried off the growing nicely.Wednesday neither his ejection or elation. The MOTICK 0V ty private Individuals, firm* and the of Florida relative to ,
baby sister and sometimes .even 'a Class meeting was should be a t..E.T.O' Stat cities and counties, to b* numbered v
field and one of our men Weeks old Idea that person WTIKRWAH. The 1''II.I.hlr" of nnrp.raton. or by the or by
hated her moth..... ,One day she twld In ;Airs. !Xoog room to make wooden Indian expressing neither' tiza, tinder th* C'lte. or political auhdlvlMlnns Section 8 of said Artlcl, VIII, b* _
'
off the field. ; and the
I
was helped hereby greed to
of th
Stat. of Florida, did pass any governmental ..m. .
locked her mother In the pantry 'I The Tornadoes did excellent- plans ,for'.Ilomeccnuing.! Varloas pleasure or disappointment, I I. no BIShI Joint TleKnlutlon propoalnitamendment nonmll"I't nr agency to I be eavated and shall "ubmltet the elec t, '
where she had to stay :Jar three! I committees were appointed to take longer kept. Only after one has tn the Constitution ol purpose.Heft tors nf the the UenernlIdeation S
fense and defense work and Merrill the State of and the same Ion 3. Until changed by *len.tlon to b* held on the first 't '
servant came '
hours, before the and Mitch Edwards Wooten Bar charge of arrangements. :learned :the fundamentals! : of good Were agreed Forida. vote of threefifth tailed'under this ArleleL the I Tuesday after the first Monday I is '

home and let her out. .did The "eagerly-awaited" Senior sportsmanship and is able to control of all the member. elected status nf all t..rlto.y !tat. Novepnber'A.. D. 134 for ratifica, ? '
knew could rell! and Weeks and Cotton to each hntm: that the vote on of Flnrlda a* wh.'he. th* sal.I.I. lion or rejection, to.wilt
Her parents they some outstanding work. class Tings were 'received Friday. his Impulse sufficiently I. he aid Joint Keaolutlnn were entered I I., p..n.lt"l. or prohibited shall he i Section (. TheLegislature ahal ,

not let her be so naughty .even if at Practically everyone was wen permitted to show his feelings by upon;::::1 respective Journal, withthe the It was on December 31 hay power to establish, al.. ,,
'Tornadoes splay Perry ;
The '
; 1 ,
abolish
OnerafElection
took her toa and nay thereon am IftlH provided that at the a municipal to
she blind they .rpn..ton'
was so pleased with the ItlJ'1'8.Friday I a smile or grimace. If one wins b known .
Ferry :today 'and we have great thl did determine and direct that In 114 nr at any tlm* me the City
doctor In Baltimore, but he the gamer morning a ,pep meeting he should take his satisfaction said Joint Heiiolutlon b* submitted within two years after this Articlebecomes vlle! extending terrltorlly through
hopes of "bagging to the of the Stateat effective the Hoard of nut the present limit of '
could not her. Our .I..tor. Duve
cure was held In Mrs. Long's room. :lightly; if he loses take it good the ''General .. In IJovem.bee County ('nmn".lona.of any County County, In the place of any '

lllag Sullivan came 'from the ,TRAITS cheer leaders are certainly doing maturedly. 1914. shall., of c..nty. district, municipal and local t, 'ISM

Perkins Institute for the Blind to i CHARACTER well. They have several new yells The first rule of sportsmanship NOW, TITJUiJFORE. I, 5 n. A. five. per cent of the registered votei government, hoard, bodies and of. ,,'
ORAf. Stale of of the County call and provld fleers, constitutional or statutory, 2
teach Helen to hear and speak which :are very good and we hopeto Is never to display ill humor 'The Florida do hereby give nntlr that a for an election to decide whether leiilslittlve, executive, J.dl"I"I. or l

with her fingers, but tot awhile it What are the traits of a good have some new songs soon. second rule Is always to give your GI'I'SPRAL' .JLI'.IO. the sale "h.1 b* prohibited In such administrative, and p..o Ib. ": 'A
I will b* held In In County, to h* other. the jurisdiction, powers, and 'Q '3.
seemed she was going to falL character? This question was an- Thursday, October 2:), a play Is opponents the benefit of the doubt Ftorld. on Tuesday".h"t auccavdlnir win a* ... .I..ton Article 1 herHfctlnn *- function of such municipal corporation. JJi ,

Miss Sullivan tried everythingto swered 'by the members of 'Mra.Carpenter's to be given at the Woman's Club vnothing Is more Important to Monday. I In November A. P1V34. of. Its legislative, executive, ju-.
I the said I Tuemlay, the 4. This Article shall become dlolal and administrative department j S
get her Interested In something. civics class. The fifteen by local talent ,from Lake Butler your standard mi. a sportsmanshipeven seaTs T)'Y' OF NOVI'RER"In. effective Immediately' upnn and Its b.ard., bodies and of. S 4

Finally she learned what the word best rules to follow in.order to The Senior class Is sponsoring this though It may cost you that' for the ratification of It* Hdnptlon and the repeal of Artl.do fleer; to the territory Included "_ _
the said Joint Resolution prnmixlmamendment XVIII of the Amendment I to the In suoh Into sub.
Jove meant and after that she 'was develop .on 's Character! were de play and will use their part of the particular;point. Another and 'avery I to the Conetltutlon' 01th Constitution of the United state ordinal municipality, _

willing to learn and she did not cidedupon.\ These virtues consti- proceeds In providing for Home- Important rule Is to avoid Htat of Flo"lda vIe: of America.Appruved. just and reasonable system of taxation u ,

'have any trouble with her. tute the chief requisites. Indeed coming. We .hope everyone win complaining of illness after having Na ONPI May I, Itm. !for and such to mnnl.lpally and districts ol ,4'"'______ S

She learned how to talk and listen they are ''indispensable in banding help to make the play a success. Jolt a matcnTthls habit i* particularly A JOINT RBrOL.tJTION) NO. FOUR .uoh municipality and district ,, ___

with, her fingers then 'they the finest type of person. One We will greatly appreciate all as- true of girls and women "rnpoNlnl( *an Conatltutlon Amendment of to Florida Article A JOINT RESOLUTIONA hooded at and the other time Indebtedness of His establishment exIstlng _____ 5,

took her to the Perkins Institute! should carefully 'read over these sistance. and should be strictly avoided. It 1 Relating to the Judiciary\ : by Add.lnq"i'h.reto Joint Resolution Proposing' 'an of Shall municipality, shall b* ___

for How to characterlctlcs listen and not least have 1 an Additional Section Amendment of Section 10 of the enforceable only I against property
Blind. learned ,but we that
the She : excellent And last. 1 well to be remembered
*
_
_
I to 8* Known a* section 4ft Pro Declaration' of Right of Constitution therefore ret'or. Th* __
speak a few words. determine whUn! ones be Is most the mottoes for the week: I good sportsmanship may be attained riding for the reduction of the of the State fl Florida Legislature shall.fr. time to time, v'

She was not afraid of any- lacking m and endeavor to lessen "Never by word or deed bring by these rules Keep your : Number of Judicial Circuit of I.lltn.to Orand Juries, Infor. ,determine, what portion of said muniolpailty '
I This Htate and Requiring the R.,- m.ton., Presentment and Indict I I. a rural area,' and a f
thing.. She wanted to go to college this deficiency. Wo one can truth suffering to anyone;" mind on the game but not on your 1 apportionment of Such Circuits' of Person for '('. homestead In such rural area _

and to college abe went. fully say thet he rated a hundredper "Success: comes in 'cans': -nol feelings. If you, win don't brag, and the Judge Thereof Crime and Other Felonies, and"ro.ldln. not b* limited a* If In a flty.hal
.
B 1* MvaoHred a>r the ...1.1.'>r* That Judgment and town. Such municipality may exrcls 4'
And so the blind deaf and dumb cent perfect In this self-ana 'cant's'. for a gloating winner -detestedfor of tbe Hat of Florid i Sentence. of the Court May B* all the power of a'municipalcorporation "

girl who screamed and hit and lysis, so everyone will find that "A bold attempt la half success." more than a bad winner. If That th. following amendment to Mad and Entered In Term Tim.or and shall also b* recognlacd S' S
Article V of the Constitution of In Vacation Pleas nf Onlltyto
on a* one of the I legal political'
hated the world, and did not know there Is plenty of chance for Improvement "Let us enjoy but never de you lose don t sulk or give long thIs State relating to the Judiciary F"lonl.11 and Dispensing With division of the Stat with the du. ,_ '

what sound, light, or love ..... and should do his utter stroy." winded explanations of why you by adlnl there tn additional! ".c. the ty of Mummonln.the ties and obligation of a county and '

grew up to be an educated, ..happy most to attain as high a record as lost. Don't nurse your bruise I lon the ".he.lnafe.I set agreed forth b to* of Orand a Circuit Jury F.pt 010.. shall right b and* entitled privileges to ,all th." po..r. ,.______ '

and useful woman whom all the possible. Tn doing this one win SOCIETY Always be good tempered and and Hhalt h* submitted to the qualified lIe It Heaolveel br, tee Legislator. resentation In the Stale trl.la-.ep

world and abe coulddo an that Is in Ws powerto for the next encounter. Good voter of the Stat of Florid. of the .<.,* of Florl .. ture, which would accrue to I .
loves today; be doing A delightful affair of the past ready for ratification or rejection were a county All property of .' '
this because her motto was aucceed In meeting the highest sportsmanship i* not only important next *nulng general election, that That the following amendment to val County and of the I
dance spoiswred. by Section 10 nf
the [' IP
of
week was a I is to That an additional Meet Ion '
/ .clar.ton
In said shall vest In
of manhood car woman In athletic but the : Right of county
such the
a wise one: standard BaehloretteIub at the Wo- games, to designated a* Section 45 of the .
municipal when
the corporation
. Stale of Florida, Grand s
welL Article V of th* Conatltutlon of relating to
"I and again. of life as
shall try again yet hood. man's Club Friday ntgni. Among game I Florida he adtDl4d to read fnl.. Juries. information, presentment lished a* herein provided The of- :
Good Citizenship Trains Mignon Sis- laws, te-'Wttt -- p-- -. p- and Indictment of person for capl- floe I of Clerk of the Circuit Court "i'_ S
were
those attending Sheriff shall not b abolished
HIP: HIP! BOOlu.YS 1. Be honest Poison ivy has been discoveredIn flection 46 Sal crime and other f.lonl. b., and the LegIslature. *
Lillian Steinberg. Dorothy the I I. may prescribe I
son c, of the <*) There shaD b. no m.r. th.nfh sam h.r.b. .1..0 to, and the tIme when, and _
the method '
TEACHERS GONE TODAYIt 2. Be truthful. Louise Sayder Joe Edwards practically: -*, part .*.) > drwurt* of the Stale shall be .ubmlt.d qualifiedelector which by S
Sapp, 11 such office* shall bo filled ( Sand
Be frank. United States. ''except on high Florida appropriately designated It.t. of Florida, forratification
3.
school the b.
is only Friday and no and Charles Pe11der.I' I numbered and defined bya or at the fen- compen..Uon to paid to
No, the school Isn't bankrupt but 4. Be sincere Miss Elizabeth Holllngsworth\ mountains and "desert* nultable law enacted by the Leglitotnre oral election :b* held on the first such additional.rs .nd may and vest duties.In them Ha ,i'_ I

I 5. Be punctuaL I' for that *>arvoa* In accordano Tuesday after the first Monday In _
where there are no teacher there I was the week-end guest of Miss I or APPLICATIOn rTAX .. with 4a* .tnodjnirtt: Provided November, A. D. 134. county office shall "b* abollahed or _
can be no school and we have e. Be thoughtful Mary Luclle: Torode At Lawtey.She I JOIO.CI HHIED that no judicial circuit a. "Section 10. No person shall b* consolidated with another office ,
defn.d"y without
making for
Be sociable, NOTICE IS HBMIBB GIVEN. That aw hereunder shall tried' for a capital' crime unless onpresentment provision theperformance
no teachers! What became of 7. was delightfully entertained 1 W. V. Smith, bolder of I-U .f T.. lea than tnmteand .mb..o. or Indictment by a of all State dutlee now ,: s

them No they didn't go on a 8. Be ambitious Saturday night with a party. Certificate No. '61. U>ud 6th day of tant If'l t. the lat prcd-I.h.bl. grand jury and no person shall b* or h hereafter prescribed' by law to ,'
efficient, A. D. lUt. has filed said Ural Federal and tried for any other felony unless p.'o.m.d by such county 'of- _
9. Be 1 nit or centra:
to the .
itrlke .
Gainesville motored Ao.u.t. fl"
Cotton contained herein
to shallaffect
they all went Francis t. In my office and mad.application provided further no judicial on presentment Indictment by a
to the Teacher Institute. They 10. Attend church Stat. Farm Friday night. ,. tot tax deed to l..nthorcon circuit emitting at tht time of ratification grand jury or upon. Informationunder Section 10 of Artlal III. of
the Constitution of the Htat of
wUl be all of today' and to- 11. Cooperate with others Miss Ernestine ,Andrew spent In avcordane with taw. of Ibis amendment shall b* I Ia"e' oath filed by the prosecutIngattorney Florida, except a* to such provision* '
gone authority. Bald certificate .m *. the foU altered, 5*. of the court the :
morrow What are they doing at 12. Have respect for the week-end In Lake Butler. lowing d., p."p.rt... ; attuat.dIn manner .bol.b Information I. filed .w..I.* I I. therein a* relate to regulating the ,' '
bleb ideals, Bradford .,.-wlt: amendment otherwise provided in this Consti Ju.ladloU.n and duties of any das.
13. Develop of carrying eases ,
the Teachers r' Well- most anticipated event VI'. S
,
Institute! The to summoning and imo
tution, and 'In otfl. ,
take Cn1UC IS The North Half of qnar- Into nor enall 'c-xlat- except case of Impeachment .
for one thing they will meet with 14. Learn to the year to the Senior was the arrival ter of Section 14. TownshIp Mouth, tog Circuit" I..r.. or and I In cases In the panelling grand and petit juror. ,, S
the 15. Be clean In your habits. Friday at ftne M Best euntatnias IC acre be of Sic. mllllla, when In active .Ic. In to assessing and aon..Un. tax* ,
other divisions of th districtand I Rule." of the class rings : fl"dl"turhe tl tnu. of any tlm of war or which the Wtate, for or.ntl..ul' .* reguistlog '
Golden
bear talk* and lecture by the "Obe& the noon. They are very pretty and mTbe0i."m! 'nt.of said property cvmmlalon held ,plr.ton the with the consent of Congress, may and compensation I of t
b No law
professors when get the Senior are proud of them. under t :: certificate leaned WM this amendment rU'I. keep In time of peace.: Any person aathorlxloar S
they the
( all ol
poor us CI1CS'cLAss In the Henry rri.d man. b I'rf
back!) talk, their PROGRESS OF Luclle: Torode spent be redeemed or Indictment
and they, will Miss Mary Unleas .Id certificate .b.1 Legislature at I. nest regular eea- for any felony ant "o.p..U". pu..u.. >
---=- a to deed after the shall have not capital may b* arraigned and Soperative
troubles Jacksonville hop- lon may
(oh! ob!) over with'oneanother Thursday In .oordln. lw .m.ntm.n. or effective until '
ofNODrbl'I"I enter S
interesting will, on llth day been ratified law at plea In term time or In va 7
themwHAwOvw'iArI.EN Last week was both an 'u. theen and the ci by a majority of the ffl 'u
and try to straighten ping. $ to carry this amendment Into offect ton judgment and sent- :
out. and enjoyable one for Mrs.Carpenter __ -p- .- :: day of Otob.r, A. and to make the court on a plea of guilty elector participating In an I'
: held said
In 't
: : county long
Part portionment and may be mad and entered either intern b..o
,Civics Classes. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! ?! 1. THOIAI. cial Circuit and :Jbfl time or .vacation Th. Judge such municipal corporation *xJat* t :
IF- of the week wa taken up with the l Clerk of Cou.t. hereby contemplated.c of any circuit court I I. authorlaedto under this Section the Legislaturemay _
and come to the great dispense with the amend or extend the law authorising _
Citizenship Traits"and Be cure Bradford County Vlo.l4 < ) There on. Circuit summoning, S
"Good b -
Raymond Plummer and W. T. study of .h.1 the sam without referendum _
Senior play call.!, Jndg to each Circuit bat empanelling, and convening of the
Weeks couldn't be with the girls T the latter. part with "Protec- sensational 11.1II.U4 additional Circuit Judge for Judicial grand jury at .n,term of eourt by to the qualified. voter unless ,
and Property." The "Th Absent-Mlnded Bride oom.HThursday .. 1IPU-1IT ('OI''T.' am 4gj5I'fl3) Circuit may' b* provided for making, entering and filing with the I.I.I.U" act providing for .
Life ,
Gnllda such
Marie Thede couldn't gig tion of Oct. 23. at th.Woman's ( 'P' I CHA1A by law a* authorised by Section the clerk of said'< a written or extension .Up.o.ld.
ofposters night .o..T. "our for
number such referendum
,Ie. students made quite a ( 4) of Amended Article' V of tbl.Con.UtaUon. order directing grand jury ', S
William both subject These Club for only 20 cents 31. Smith a* Liquidator for Bradford but the total n.m.. b* summoned at such term of court, App.ove May IS. 11 "_ _
Woo'en wasn't found in on school children and only 30 County dank, a corporation, of circuit Judge apportioned which order of the Circuit Judge ,
Interesting for The vote
the eleventh grde home room every posters which are very on* Judicial circuit snail not exceedon may b* mad In vacation or.term aid cast compliance wlb.o..d ,______
on display in Mrs. Carpenter' cents for adult We are sure you Pla'nV. ? CASH NO. 3.7 Circuit Judge for every fifty time of said, court The Legislatureahall I .m.ndm.nr. and _
day (wonder why) were will will like It! John W. Lewis et al,. fufendant thousand Inhabitant, er major fraatlon have power by general legis canvass, d..atl" rturn 5
Mildred Hun flay and Elizabeth room. and this week OHOBH OF PI.L.CATIOI thereof .f.r this am.ndm..t.h.1 lation tu regulate the number of 'I thereof reguietfana', subjected and restrictions to the _ _
same ,
one hav Into effect. grand Juror to serve upon. or ) (_ _
Holllnpwortb nail so that every The tate of : con. .
be In the a are law for
d! "n't prlmp'tDorotbJ' CALENDAR OF EVENTSOct. To B. liraun, elngle Frank 8. Hod- In Circuit ha'ne' more than etltute. a grand jury and to fix the '. p.o.ld,4 by general. ,
to study State nf
Sapp forgot bar duties may have an opportunity son and Isabella k, Hudson, his ono Ja dg* the L.I.I.t.. may ueeIgnat number of .r.nd juror required to > rr..ld. S _
IN TKMTIMONY
as editor of the MV S. Journal them. There is a good lesson to 22-Girl* Glee Club. wife, the residence of each of whom th* .Id.na of vote fur an Indictment hav hereunto" set my hand, I 't ____________________
each one. We Oct. 24-Boy* Glee Club. I* unknown; any such additional Judg or Judges. or pr..ntm.nt and affixed the (lreat'Seal '
Percy Sullivan became a crooner be derived from In Take Notice that th. plintf has tel Th. rv-apportlonment of Clr- T m upon ratification f the at
r learned that more live are lost Oct. 26-Teachers meeting filed hi. bill of the suits and Judge thereof hereby a* aforesaid, shall take) effeut, at T :; ahla'h t.
due to carelesoneas Gainesville. abov* entitled cause against JohnW provided fo. shall bapom effective midnight on December lIst 134, SEAL, this the :. ,
Earnest Morgan, went to HollyWood In U-e U. S. each ;year. S 26-Football with Lewis' and hi. vi?.. Ella Lwl. .txty d. the act providing I without the of leglsla.tlon. 'of July, lIlt ". ; 4
? than the number of soldiers Oct, game O .. Colaon. B. Braun ..*. for earn shall have becom law" .. n.c..lt. A. (IRA, 1Secretary s

S Everyone mad "A" this month We lost In the World War. Perry there. .JTraok .hudson and h.b.ll K. ,Approved June .III*., Approved Jua 1. 1113. n of 8ta": .7

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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .. FRID Y. OCTOBE..... _
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Parent-Teacher AssociationMet Canova-Alderman Kpworth League OLE TIME QUILTING came-and -- &

: Wedr.esday Mr. Union MeetingThe Mrs. Charles Kelly, of Brooker and quUUng.helped with the "ISiUne;
and Mrs. George W. Alderman The quilt
I! focictj The P.-T A.met Wednesday afternoon announce the marriage of their Garfield Evans League Un section gave an old-fashioned ed, they left for their all tlIlah.!
I homes
ion which comprises the Leaguesof quilting Tuesday. prole
daughter,
October Ising' to
17, at the school return In
Melrose and a few
Monato Waldo, Hawthorne A few ladies came in me morn fa.s,
house and preceding the business Starke met here October 4th and help with another quilt Bad
ing, quilted visited and enjoyedthe while
ell-
session the following program was Mr, Levy Alvarez Canovaon held a business and social meet- good dinner served at the noon toying another good visit the

presented: Sunday, the twenty-first!" ofOctober Ing.The hour. In the afternoon several of which only real goo'l like
Club Executive Committee Hallowe'en Party Tonight Song "America" with Mrs. ;,, devotional service was held more ladles of the community bave. frleQda

Meets With Mrs. Young,,. At Woman's Club Jeanette Kincaid as pianist. Duet. nineteen, hundred,and thirty-four. at the church and led by Rev. B.
Starka Florida. M. Montgomery, after which there
The Education committee of the I "No JObD-SeJma. Thornton and =: -
The Health Committee of the ::;
Home. I This.quiet ta la the home was a short business session. The.
j1ag.
Woman' Club, met Thursday at, Woman's Club are, sponsoring a Shirley "Song of the
the home of the chairman, Mrs.'H. Hallowe'en party tonight (Friday) Clock" sung by nine fifth grade was charact r&ed'vbiy exquisite newly elected officers .were Installed -
Rev. Cook of Waldo
H. Young. ': at the Club House girls from Miss Eunice Perkins' simplicity and beauty, and is of Woodfin by Halle being confirmed aa Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Kinlaw Florist
room.- "
Song "Happy Day,
Plans made and by ,
were are being Prizes will be offered for the Ho '
I seventeen fifth cordial Interest, a large circleof president and Miss Kitty Hogsedaa '
grade girls.
perfected for several study.groups best costumes and all sorts! of live- To Waldo
friends. Palm and rainbow colored secretary. the League FLOWERS FOR ,ALL OCCASIONS
follows Art in the home, Cho- from
aa : ly entertainment will be a featureof Message the President of was presented the cup for efficiency i
ral of community singing,,'Book the evening's' the National P.-T. A. read by Mrs.H dahlias formed striking decorations -
program. and the banner also went Dainty Corsages Baskets of
Flowers
Club Parliamentary LAW and, Junior A small admission charge will V. Knight. for the home; the bride and to Waldo for the largest. attendance ,
Music Club 'I>,' be made and the public 'to cordially Miss Adams director of health groom standing In front of a back- Artistic Floral Designs

y The Music Study class organla. invited to attend. for FERA, gave an Instructive ground of palms and white dahlias. A social hour was enjoyed at the
ed last year by Mrs. O. H.'Lowry, We TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere Any Time
talk.The The ceremony was performed club house and the guests were I
will be continued this year atfd will Good Attendance At president appointed the following .
entertained with Member Florist
an interestingpoem Telegraph Delivery Association,
Price, I
by the Rev. C. B. pastorof
meet this Friday witb
evening SchoolThe chairmen of committees: A Guaranteed and Bonded Service
Baptist Training contest and an amusing skit !
Mrs. H. V. Knight. the' First Baptist Church, assisted
Program and music, Mrs. Mable
A. W. Jr., and Miss
by Anderson
Members of the Woman"-Club Teacher's Training School, by Dr. W. W. Willian. at I 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE
Wall Grounds, Mrs. W. B. Parks Virginia Fugate.. A piano solo by No. 10
are eligible to all classes.soperf, which is being held at the Firs Hospitality Mrs. Carrie Ritch. FInance three-thirty In the afternoon' In
Tommy Hitch was loudly applauded
sons interested In the Various I Baptist Church this week, for the and Nutrition chairmen to the presence. of the Immediate L STARKE FLORIDA
r s studies will please make it.known :teacher's and prospective teacher be appointed. Membership, Mrs. family.
to some member of the Education In the different departments the A. W. Anderson. Sanitation and The bride was attired In an aft- Coral vine and crotolarla blos
committee. at once. '- Sunday School work baa a large Health Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Publicity ernoon dress of'church blue with some formed attractive decorations -
Those present for thla meeting i attendance. '., Miss Hazel Adkins. accessories to match and her corsage for the club house, and late or
i were: Mrs. Edward Burns JJrs/tt; Class periods are being held each was of orange blossoms and In the evening a delicious salad IONA Quaker Maid
A. Knight Mrs. O. H. Low y. Mrs, evening from seven-thirty to nine The P.-Tr'A"wlU"sponsor a play, gardenias. "" *" t* course was served to about sixty Ann
Breezes In
'Peggy on November
Donald MacQueen Mrs. It,, 'C. o'clock p. m. and the study course 16th. Mrs. Conova" 'wa( for several guests. &
Ritch and Miss Isabel Fernandez. 1 U being conducted by Dr. W. W.. years instructor in at the o PARK
piano
Gloria Buford
rig Mrt. H. C. Hitch's grade. had the Celebrates
Florida State College for Women,
largest attendance of patrons and at,Tallahassee, and ,is an active Ninth Birthday Anniversary
she was given a cash prize which BEANS
NGTON- church and social 'worker. Mr. Mr. and Mrs R, C. Buford
HOTE L will ba used In tinting the walls of en-
1
her school room. Canova' Is the son of Mrs. Eunice tertained at their home last; Wednesday N* 2 Can
Canova and the late E. E. Canova evening from six-thirty to "r"I s"t0: 2 IG-oz cans
"MlamiVMost' Popular Hotel" Wllllan State Secretary, of Jack- and is prominently identified eight-thirty o'clock In honor of
""f onvllle. Departmental conferences with the business interests of his their daughter Gloria whose ninth 15cPEACHES WNEMECCNOMYRUIES lIe
are being held each !afternoon. home town being the proprietorof birthday anniversary\ was that

NE let Strict at Biscayne Boulevard the Canova Pharmacy.The date., ..
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DON'T GET UP NIGHTS bride's going away dress
Decorations in the colors of pink
Overlooking Bayfront,Park & Biscayne,Bay was an ensemble suit of dark blue ,
IF YOU ARE OVER 40- and green were effectively usedIn
l'J Opposite Union Bus Station It BO, natures. warning you of novelty wool with which she wore the living and dining,rooms of IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 12c
F 7 danger ahead Get rid of your troulo an eggshell colored satin blouse this lovely new home and duringthe
early. Male thin:2fo test Get and accessories to match. After
Juniper Oil I Huehu leaves', etc,. In evening many interesting indoor ICEBERG LETTUCE Head 7'/2c
green tablet Auk for BUKBTS. their wedding trip Mr. and Mis.
were enjoyed by the
games
> the bladder laxative. Take 1} or Canova will return here and be at LEMONS'Dozen lOc
Lowest Rates Ever Quoted them In four days; If not pleaded young folks, who had been invitedto
Jl'I hack work and on get the your bladder money.nfmllitr UKETS home vember to first.their friends;! :after No- share this happy occasion with CABBAGE (firm head) Lb. 3c

to cantor oil on the bowel Flushes Gloria and who had presented her FRESH TOMATOES, '
Single Room with Bath... +__________________ $1.50 out ex..B"which' cause add. and netting other up Impurities n"rbta.- Out of town guests. attendingthe with many lovely birthday gifts. Lb. 7/ c
Double Room With Bath -__________________ 2.00 frequent. desire' scanty flow,. burning marriage were:' Mr. and Mrs.F Mrs. Buford was'assisted in en- Cooking Apples ,(York Imp.) 6 Ibs. 25c
backache or leg pain You A Canova, Mr:and Mrs. J. J.
the folks her
are bound to feel better after thin Canova Gainesville Mrs. O. B. tertaining young by CELERY Stalk lOc
+ ALFRED SIMONS Manager. ; '
flushing and you Ret your regular mother, Mrs. Letie Stilley. Light
",..en' Guaranteed by Mitchell. Hartt. Mrs. George C. White and refreshments was served, each
Drug Store. Frances White, Tallahassee; Mrs. BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c
guest being presented a dainty favor -
Cora Marshburn and daughters,, '
; 1 Bzi ffluBB! JS S!!B! jSBSJSJ5HB3S!J3S3???? ??B3BCGREEN'S :Misses Louise 'Betty and Mona ...
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Claire and Mr .....& 'ilbut Marsh Christian Endeavor Met
burn of Marianna;,and Dr.-W. W GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH Plain or Sliced '
l Willian of Jacksonville. Friday ,AfternoonThe 14-01 18-Oz. 24-Oz.

9r'n STORE I Presbyterian Christian Church Endeavor met Friday of the BREAD 6c 8c ICc

COOL WEATHER I afternoon October 19, and it was
the first business meeting of this GRANULATED (DIXIE CRYSTAL)

Under ''Nyr 'Owned And IS THE SIGNAL' year. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
Management Jo'OR'" Songs were sung by all and Jean I
OYSTER SAN WICIIES Davis read two Interesting Bible

}''a i.] Operated By ,L. J. Green ( ANBJi ,. stories. After repeating the Mla- GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen Tested"-Plain or Self-Rising
ft-Iba 10-lbn. 24-ltM.
"alIiHALL'S
? CHILI pah ,all business matters were attended '

;..J PROMPT *, ,AT-' to, and the girls who com-
R DELIVERY SERVICE FLOUR 29c 55c
,f", -, .. pose the financial committee decided $1.19
to.sell this'Saturday
candy
Telephone 86 Trade At Home PLACENear afternoon.The DRY SALT (Western Boneless)
_ topic for the afternoon, "Al -
( Seaboard Depot) coholic Drinks Inside and Out" MEAT Lb. 17c
FRIDAY and SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 and 27' was very ably discussed.

All members of the Christian MELLO-WHEAT 'Pkg. 15c
COTTON BOLL, SELF-RISING 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS.FLOtJR Endeavor will enjoy'a spend the
day party at the Hull landing at SUNNYFIELD
Kingsley Lake today (Friday). CORN FLAKES Pkg. 7c

25c 46c 89c RITZ THEATRE a -- SUNNYFIELD
'
K FLORIDA Baptist, W. M. U. Meet OATMEAL 2 Pkgs. 15c

': 14I ..i.sTARKE The Business and program meet-
: PILLSBURY'S BEST: 6-LBS. 12-LBS. 24LBSFLOUR ing of the Woman's Missionary COCONOG Can 17c
PROGRAMBEGINNING Church
Union of the First Baptist
__ d1t FRIDAY was held at the church Monday afternoon RUNNYFIELD _
I PRUNE JUICE Quart Bottle 23c
.. I FRIDAY OCT. 20 was
A short business meeting
33c60cU6 'Wake Up & Dream' held the president, Mrs. A.. M. TETLEY TEA Pgs. 17c

ll Runs Columbo, Darby. presiding. Following the .- -- -- -
June Knight talso business session an- Interesting

Shirley:Temple program was given by Circle Number -
We
One with Mrs. E. C. Priest, NUCOA Lb. <:
,: '"
; GROUND
HOME
BULK COMEDY
,,\ leader In charge, and the topic for


:'.':;, LARD' 3Lbs.. 27c MEAL 10 Lbs. '22c.. GUN! SATURDAY JUSTICE", OCT. 27 songs cluded the afternoon sang on the by program was a colored"Africa.was quartet several" In- PICNIC HAMS (Small) Lb. ISc


y, Ken Maynard i from Reno. ._ .
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8UN.-MON.. OCT. 28-29 Music Study To QUAKER MAIDKETCHUP
10 Lbs. 12c, BUTTER Lb. 27c .Gene Stratton Porter' Meet Friday EveningThe 2 14-oz. bottles 25c

"Girl Of TheLimberlost"
Fortnightly Music Study CHILI SAUCE 2 Bottlesl.25c:
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NO. 2 STANDARD, SOAP and 3 ForWashing Club will hold its opening meet. .

Leniite Dresser-Marlon Marsh Ing of the season, Friday evening, RUMFORD
TOMATOES 2 Cans 15c Powder 5c Ralph Morgan October 26, at eight o'clock at the BAKING POWDER Ib can 15c; lib 26c |
Mrs. H. V.
home of Col.. and
TUES.- WED.. OCT 80-31 Knight. .. WESSON OIL Pint can'18c; Quart can 35c

GRANULATED ; '"Twenty Million Mrs. Knight will discuss the 'WIKLMAYA SELF-WRINGING J\ "

t SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c'l' ) can lOc Sweethearts"Dicfc \ first Everyone century interested of American in music Music Is 'MOPS Each r, 47c

PoweltOUnof,Roger 23c
Invited to join the club. BABO 2 Can? I''
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GROUND H.Lowry Chairman
BEST WHITE 'THERS.-FRI.; NOV.< 1 ''a '2.I Mrs. George DEL,'MONTE-FANCY SLICED-NO.' SJft, CAN .

:]r-i-' BACON'Lb.. 16c COFFEE 2Lbs. 25c "Crimson- Romance"-, Party Methodist Postponed W. M. S. Circle' ,PINEAPPLE.<< ;. 19cRAJAH


,.1 PENNY-t" ,The :Methodist W. M. S. Circle SUPREME QUALITY Pint Jar Qt Jar

f BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c party scheduled for this afternoon 29c
SALAD DRESSING 17c
f:, MATCHES Pkgs.. 15c Shiveringwith (Friday) at the Woman's Club
on account: of '
baa been postponed
;<'t FINEST DRIEDBLACKEYE
WHOLE GRAIN the serious Illness 'of Mn. .T. J.

Chills Griffin, one of, the leaden. 'PEAS 2 Lbs. 9cDEL

,. RICE. .$ths. 21c MUSTARD, Qt Jar 15c with Fever Date. for later the' party will be. announced MONTE FANCY,PREPARED

Burning.
PLEE-ZING, Vacuum Packed Navajo indians r can weave blanket SPINACH 2 No 2 25cWHITE
,,; FINER) VANILLA SUM JWfc/ r MalarialDon't so tightly that they. will hold' : cans

COFFEE InGi try homemade treatments or water. HOUSE

f Lb.3Qc EXTRACT 8-ozBol lOc aewfanjikd* Tattekw nmdlnl Chill I Tab Tonic.Sofia you eldGrow' BLUE BUS SCHEDULES : MILK3Lgecansl7c 3 9c

will be yourself agate,tot Grove's Taste Daily effective Sept. 1,'1934 ;, Sm.,
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"if MARKET DEPARTMENT less Chill Tonic not only relieves the Northbound-4'lf: a. m.159: p.
symptoms of Malaria, but,destroys\ the m.. 5:2* p. m., 9:19 p. m. y- ..-
___ infection itttlf. W" Southbound-2:18: a. m., 8:34 a. Plain or Self Rising
BESTBONELESS I The taiteta quinine\ fa Grvn't.Ta te- ,
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12:19 m. p.
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!tea Chill Tonic kills the

ROUND STEAK=Lb. 15c ROLL ROAST Lb. 15c eflccU In builds of the the up blood disease the while blood and tile to fortify overcome iron against it contains the courthouse.Smith's Tickets Service.and Station information, next at to IonaFlour


..fl' SIRLOIN STEAK!: PORK 14c' further attack.Decenary.Tbe to twofold the overcoming effect Is absolutely of ....e
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Lb.18c CHOPS Lb.
6-lbs 48-lbs.
Malaria.Beside being a dependable remedy Chill- GOLDSFEYEB 12-lbs. 24-Iba.,. .
for Malaria Grovel Tutelns
; MIXEDGROUNDMEAT2Lbs25 Tank ta alto an excellent tonic of general 666. 27c 47c
RIB 89c 1.77
c. a... Pleasant to take. and absolutely
hsrmbas. Safe to give children. Get a .
m:\ BEEF STEW 3 Lbs. 25c bottle today at any __.>Now two .. fire' lay .-- -- ---
< sins-SOc and $t. The $1 iu contaun -Teetr.FT.Headaches'! j
I 24! time as much as the SOc ease and s-aLvn Deep.i. THE GREAT: ATLANTIC PACIFIC.TEA COMPANY'PAGE
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JO"". OCTOBER_ ...:a. 1flS4 ,_ __ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TEU: R.\I'I. STAKIiK FLOHir.t PACE FIVE
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Miss Pansy' Cone of Gainesville, HAMPTON nOOTSEY'S BEACH and Mrs. Gay were visiting Mr. b q\
spent the week-end! here with herfather. NAT SEZ I '\
R. C. Cone. : MI... Ailn. MmmiH forr.gosdeat Mr. L. nanklitH. Cerrnpoaee.tThe and .M' | Crawford Sunday j; ; 1\\ ,
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Bits of of Putnam Hall afterno IC'' ,; "
These are the mornings when us Rev J. Mullady many friends of tasa Thet- "
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch, lazy folks catch It. About fiveA. preached at the Christian Church ma Gasktns ere. glad to see her R. C. Randolph; Chlein. ,
Jr., of Gainesville, spent the week- M. when the temperature Is last Sunday morning and eve able to be out again! and her many. and'Clh!\-lte Yarborough of Water .j f ,!
end In Starke With the former's lowest we begin ning. school mates are glad to know Oak.npent>the weekend here with t :'! '

I 1 cal Ne parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. to freeze Mrs. rattle Ward who has been aha la able to return to senor af- Robert ,!and,A J. Crawford. 'i ,I

and are too lazy art } the guest of her' daughter, Mrs. L. ter being: absent for the last three Mrs. R.'U, Crawford and son, r f \
OUR BUSINESS Wanda Pearce. youngest daughter to get up and I A. Pringle, of Starke, for several weeks due to an appendix opera. Robert, and' daughter Miss :Mar Ih I '
PEOPLE. '
CONCERNING AND of Mr. and Mrs P. J. Pearce, get some cover. days returned to her home here tion three weeks ago tha Crawford, and M. Crawford, I ''I'; '

PROGRESS 'OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN has been confined to the Gill Hospital If you are one last Monday, the 22nd. A. J. Chism, Luther Chlsm, and spent -last.'Wednesday;/' at Water i !.: '

I for the past ten days, with a of those, I can't Mrs C. A. Birt and children Cecil Robinson of St. George, Qa. Oak the",guests of Mr. and Mrs. f sW ;
case of scarlet fever. help you, but It from St. Petersburg, are looking were visiting friends and relatives R. r f"' ;

you Just haven't after their crops and real estate here Saturday night J ) "

I Mrs Aqullla Williams, of Ala- got any extra here this week. Mrs. L. R. Denmark, of Wood. Kersey.'t'' 't' .
Brooker, was Sam :
Mott, of Mitchell of Lakeland, Is : t
a'}J. : : china, spent several days this week cover around Rev. Lyle will preach at the : : .
lawn and Mrs. Mamie Lou ,
JlW to, starke, Saturday. here visiting his uncle and aunt, w+th her brother and 81I1terln.I the house I've Baptist Church n s x t Sunday Hersey l.lqal.1.1; ,
Dr. and Mra. J. M. Mitchell.. law. Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. I got a, lot of I morning and evening. There will of Vanderbilt. were visiting their Check, Maiatla In Three Days, :
I sister, Mrs.\ Wade Gasklns Sunday '
j. 1) Doylevisitor Johns. blankets laying be an ordaining of deacons at twop afternoon.Mr. Colds First Dayralsla 1:1' \
Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews, of I around the store that I can let you .m. and an Installation of Sunday ............ .. ; !. S*Minn!*. il"il"f'lil'
H MVOTBBB* Lake Butler, were visitors to Miss have for and Mrs Robert Hall and Tonic 1 1M.a
BMMMMS Flora Belle Jackson, of Ba- a small consideration. Scrxol officers, and teachersat Fine laxative and ti
children, Mr and Mrs Joe Hall, I .. ....... ..... .f t i (II ,
ma. and Hrs. L. H. Hill, of Law. Starke Friday_afternoon. conton Ga., is the guest of her They're guaranteed to keep you 7:30: p. m. -.-".- \>.]. .: It. K. I t' 1 1I
visitors here Saturday alstera and brothers-in-law, warm if you use them Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson -
|, were John Rogers, of Jacksonville, ,Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Well the old boys around town have returned to their home here : A;=I= :
All Kinds of Fresh Fish chicola
E Middleton was in' was in Starke Saturday visiting Mr .and Mrs. T. T. Long have gone Diamond Ball crazy and this week after a visit with their -

rs, last W week visiting relatives. G. L. Patten. every afternoon about five you can granddaughter. Miss Frankle Oysters and ShrimpAT i I'I'tt.l i I
opa Mr. and Mrs. Ftbamea. .
Charles
RIdgely find most of them down at the I t

Ada Nimmj, of Hampton, Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth\ Ensey! of Atlanta, Ga., are announcing School House running: like a bunch I Sheriff Epperson of Starke THE MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET 'x il,
"t visitor here Monday. spent live week-end in Lawtey, the the arrival of a son, of school kids and I am no exception was attending to official business !i '
Charles here this week. _. .
guest of Miss Mary Lucille Torode. Ridgely, Jr., on Sunday, rm right there too. 1,
IA. and A. E. Surrency .of September 23. i
B Part WoolBLANKETS m i immmmm mmmm mimmmm mmmHH
imm
visitors here Friday.ol .
ker,were .. Mrs Js W. Abernathy ancr Mrs.
Mrs. George C.r White, and lit-
I O. Frien, of Daytona Beach, were LIBBY'S CANNED
tle Francis White
of Tallahassee
H. 0, Brown of Lake Butl in Starke Friday visiting Mr, and $1.39$2.75A i'
'
spent the week-end here
was a professional visitor here Mrs. L.' J. Green. visiting Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. BEEF 15c TIP i
New Line of
eedsY.ra. --- G. W. Alderman! e. rop
Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire and lit SWEATERSfor
Julia H. Eastman, of Lake tle Large Can
daughter, .Sue Darby, of Orlando Drs. H.. B. McLendon and J. W. ,
tjjer, was a visitor here Tnes- are guests of Mrs. Maguire's Brownlee. spent the latter part of Men, Women and Children

parents, :Mr. and Mrs A. M. Darby. last week In Pensacola, where they 79c YP Small Size _

KUs.1'IAA'Sth: : ; and brother, A.: Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely- spent ation.attended the State Dental Associ- New

|HoWe of Lawtey were -vl8tk the weekend in Lake City with DRESSESEvery GARDEN PEAS STARKE. ,FLORIDA"
here Tuesday. her brother '
and sister-in-law, Mr.
Mr.and Ttlrs.'L. S. Cole, of Flint, "
and 'ilra. Johnny Baladcn. Michigan are visiting: Mr. and Week 2 Large Cans 25c
r. and bars L. M. Gray, of Friday & Saturday, October 26-27th
week-end 'at Mrs. J. H. Lord at their home on $4.95All
oesvl1le, spent the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Imbach,
at Klngsley Lake Madison Street. 'Mr. 'and Mrs.
'IT cottage- Miss Myrtle Strickland and Street Cole will spend the winter here. Wool w

Dendy, of Alachua, were visitors ------ JacketsWith SUGAR Irish POTATOES Ibs.14c BACON
Mra. DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs. 'C' Lumber
to: Gainesville Sunday afternoon. ,
,m T. Dell), of Gainesville were Mr. and "Mrs. F.,.A. Canpva and Zipper t
little daughter, Mary Anne, of ,
iton to Starke last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ludwig, of Gainesville, Sunday in $3.50 t'
spent
7'cJ
e dames E. Knight and I Hernando, spent Sunday at Kinga- Starke with' Mrs.;' E. E. Canova LEATHER-J8.50 51bs.25c LETTUCE Lge, Each I; Lb. 16c
Monday in H.j ley Lake with the tatter's parents, and family. ,
Knight spent Mr.; :and Mrs. A. S..Stri kland. The HottestSHIRTS
ie.On. hlBUTTER
--- Mr. and Mra. O. J. Grlffis and CELERY Each
Miss Beth Wimberly of Highland Lgs
little eon, Jock, spent the week-
Staten
3, O. Godwin, of the In Town for ,
spent last week here with her end In Lake Butler with Mrs. Griffis' -
visitor, here .
Monday
was. a brother-in-law and 'slater, Mr. and parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. A. $1 ., LARD

ernoon.Ira. Mrs. N. T. Green. McDowell.Mr. GRAPES '31bse Tokay 25c ;
Full Fashioned ;
( Nat Williams :and :MIas Lb 29c ;
Williams, were visitors toJuonvillo Ralph Cox of Ralford. a student and 'Mrs. Jack Powell, of SILK HOSIERY
dys Tuesday., at the University of/Florida,. Hilliard, were week-end guests of AH Weights --I 4 lbs. 41 c
was visiting friends in Starke during Mrs' Powell's brother-in-law and 69c-79c"-$1 Fresh CARROTS 2 buns. 1 5c
the week-end.
Joe HID Williams, of Lake sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight,

tier was -visitor here 'Wed. at'their residence on Call Street. If you're one of those that have LARGE EATING &
:Mrs. W. A. Stern, Mrs. J C. COFFEE
iday.lira.. the out of town buying habit, come
Downing and Mrs. H. L. Brownfoe Mrs. D. B. White, of Fernandhm., up and see me sometimes. You'llfind APPLES DOZe 25c dCHEESEWINEAAP
!and little daughter, Madge, .spent of her
was a guest last week
.
'of
Cecil G. Price, Quincy, that it pays .to buy at
.i In PHrke' lust week visiting 'last Friday in Jacksonville.Mr. '. mother, Mrs. Celia I. Managua and All. Hours ,
I ferany.! rt the Mannesa!:!' residence STERNBERG'SStarke COOKING
mother, Mrs l William Norris.
ad: Mrs. T.: T Long. Mrs. on'Wanut'Street.) ,
.lie Temperance Committee Will D. P. Carpenter and Miss Flora FloridaThe lbs 19c APPLES 6 Lbs. '25c 1 ; Lbe 17c

Belle Jackson, spent Saturday ,in N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Is In MI .
.
.
rt Friday, ';00 p. m., with Mra. : J ... "
T. Qdigley.s', "<* Jacksonville_ -.? : inns: ,'"attending the National Amer. f
Tomatoes
Study Clrcle.of the W. M.
lean: Legion Convention. Mr. Wainwright BANANAS 4 Lbs. 17e. !
of the MethodifltlChurch will\ MEAL I
S. ,
I'll. Dexter FellowscdVBoaton, M,::. and Mrs. E. .S. Blake and was Joined In Apopka by G.
Andrew of the State Farm, meet at the;Cfaurcn iMonday and 3 No2
visiting with the family. of herle ton, Kirk Lewis, who: li also attending cans I
MX. H. E. La.2er.gren.'axle ; were visitors here Saturday afternoon theconvention. Tuesday afternoons at'three-thirty LEMONS Dozen lOc : 'f M '
o'clock, and on Wednesday eve '
j -- ning at seven-thirty o'clock. ''The 25c ONIONS 3 Lbs. 10c lOlbSe25
Cartel'of Highland, was --' Rev. and Mrd.'B.: :M. MontgOmery ; ,
Wednesday! night service will take
ending to business 'hi Starke R. L. Rockwood secretarytreasurer 'Mrs. W. E. Middleton, and j.

ictoy., Credit of Corporation the\ Gainesville, was Production attending. sonville Mrs.\Arthur Wednesday',Wood,were attending In Jack a the prayer place er of ce.GENT the. :rel1U&r,mid-week MATCHES 2Pkgs. 15c SALT 3 Boy! lOc l

Postmaster R. R. Thede, of Law: to business In Starke Wednesday.Mrs. district meeting at the Springfield

was attending to 'business Methodist Church. 1..
A. F. Sauls Mra. A. J3.; [ A WORD ;
e Monday. Green Mrs. J. C. Downing; and MR.'T..J. Griffin, Mrs. Thelma WE HAVE THE BEST 6 LBS. 12 LIS1! 24 LBS.

Mr' Mra. ,,Shaw and Miss,Louise Snyder spent JWtlay! I Johns and Mrs. J. H. Rltch wentto COLUMNPOR 1 '

fhter, of the State Farm, were In Jacksonville..M. Jacksonville Monday morning FLOUR
.
and Mrs. Bitch returned 1 27c47a 89c
!lara here Saturday afternoon.! Mrs. John :
G. Dennis, of Ft. White, home 13 the afternoon but :Mrs SALE-No. '1, Missionary

Earl 1 Searing, of Savannah, Ga.,' spent Monday in Starke with his Griffin, who has been ill for the strawberry plants b( will trade ,
a weekend guest at his pastor con-in-law and: daughter,,:M, and past ten days, 'remained In the For hogs. Write or see' E. W. .t., ," k

and Mrs. C. O. Searing., Mrs E. C. Priest. ;Ity at St. Vincent's Hospital\ for Tompkins, Raiford, Fla. WIi1LE GKALN ;
observation. Har imany friends< j NUCOA TIP T PMARKET
collard and
FOR SALE .
-Cabbagret
\Ins. R. L. Kemp, baa returned Paul E. Knight of the this University week- i wish for her 'a speedy' return to rutabaga:'plants' '1.00> per* thou- RICE

III a several! days Visit in White of Florida will spend health., sand, now ready for setting. F M. Lb: 17c

gas Col.end'and In Starke Mrs. D.with E. Knight.his parents Mrs. E. 'R. .Marsh--- anJ''Sarrett. A. J. GrUfla' Farm, _- PICNIC HAMS, Lb. _.___ __ .. 14c ,, 5 lbs. ,,21c, ;

lit and Mrs. L. W; Halbrook, daughters, Misses .Louise, Mona Starke, Fla. 101241I MILK 6 bKOb1EDAKY e !
Mrs..H. C. Wimberly Miss Kthel and Mrs. Wilbur SIRLOIN .sTEAK' Fla. Lb..
little son, of Lake City were Claire, and Betty OFFICE SUPPLIESr: Typewriter ,
tarte during the week-end visg -: .Ricks and Carson M. Griffis of Marshburn, of Marianna, were ribbon., adding macbin. ribbons, 3 Tall 17c .20cDATES

Mrs. Halbrook's parents, Mr. Highland spent Sunday in Starke guests Sunday of .Mrs. Marsh- carbon paper, typewriter paper,, PORK CHOPS, Fla. Lb. _. ,
Mra, W. L. Andrews. ,with Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green.Mrs. : burn's parents.Mr. and Mrs. O. W. adding machine paper, second '
Pkg ISc
I IIt PEAS 1
Alderman, and were among, the iheets on sale at tba. Bradford or BREAKFAST BACON Lb. ,29c( ; 4"
.."Felton Varnadoe, of Savannah out of town guests at the wed- County I,'Telegraph office. Phone _
is a guest this week of her ding 'of Mrs. Marshburn's sister, 29.' tf. LIMAS
a parents. Mr. (and Mrs. W. P. Miss c7 luN ? Smith. Canova, which was an event of FOR SALE-Seed Cane. Cayana can ,

0nlll Sunday afternoon.KEYSTONE. 10.- See W. D. Crave, Lawtey. NO.I PORK SHOULDER, Lb ._ .. ISSo.J .l lb 12c
Miss Patsy Brlnson, of Hugh. 1O.12.4tpd.FOR ; can

... isthe,guest this week of her slstexfl \ JIEIGHTSJUn. SALE--Grand Concert sla. HAMBURGER Mixed Lb. 12c 2Ibcan'l
.gam and 0. K. ;
Hulda Ccrpening
-Mra. '' Soap
.T. K. Detnery, CorrespondentThe guitar almost new, with Instruction ,
Mrs. Charley E. Johns.: I books, picks and HawaDaD BEEF S'L'EW Lb. Salad
IOh
Keystone Heights' Woman Powders : -- - .. .
I arrangement included ;:An' xtraxrdlnary "
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles of Club held a delightful silver tea value, a sacrifice at $5. "
: Miami, are guests of< Judge and last Thursday afternoon at the :Lester Austin,' Lawtey: Fl*,;- : 1 5 for lOc S-\USAGEfonie-made; hb. 22c Dressiti.g'
other
Mra E. .K. Ferryman and home .of Mrs. E. A. :Smith with
relatives here this week. Mrs. Smith as hostess. The af.f8 Itpd. .. Maxwell BEEF ROAST Fla. Lb.IS! Qt' 2ScH
jnarked: the opening of the CALLING CAJD3, any toe, ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsom and new club year and the women of I for 80r l.8o foilOO.Ersmmed .Tfaso11.00 We al '
two daughters of. Jacksonville, the community were invited' to at- I stationery, 100 sheets Chuck Beef Rout,'Western, Ib Gi: 1RJ o '

were lima .Sunday: afternoon visit- tend. The proceed will go toward I and 100 nvelopes/-2.70.. Bradford COFFEE J t+
If\\'e"FLORENCE"Carry A Complete LineHEATERS. ing Mr. and Mrs R. A. Newsom. fciprovemeaU on the clubhouse I county Telegraph Pb De 29. U. : SMOKED SAUSAGE; lb. .18c'' 'Gelatine .

.
CABINET William Pierce gave
:llrs.
low I FOR[/ SALE-"Mllllonn Genuine Lb._ 3Oc .3
Priced a* Ralford Eppco-son, of Jackson several vocal numbers, accompanied : i '" "' innmirn MI i =aq==Baiaa aB a Pka-s. a 9C

ville. was to Starke Fridayvisit Mrs.- at the piano by Mrs., Smith. Interesting Maryland plants.' $1JSO'MiMlonarir\ per-thousand', Strawberry at- Peanut Butter I lib. 15c I PRUNES '3 -$

$17.50EASY Ing his parents Sheriff And, talks were members.given by Assisting several -- raatleberry." Thurmond Farm Lbs. 25c,
TERMS W. J. Epperson. of the dub .
"also. FLORENCE: and the hostess in caring for the tleberryAlx. 108tp

GARDNER' STOVES and 14s' R. F. Clark and son Mer guets were Xrt*. Frank Homer ALL AND WINTER seeds are Im9'" Bulk
RANGES. ton. are expected to arrive ,this and Ruth Lawrence. arriving at Whites Store. Tur- CORN

week from Bingbampton, N. T., Mrs. Oliver Jones and her ilps, mustard, cabbage beets, let-
HART and will spend the winter In Flor brother Roy smith. of Greenville. uce, carrots, miles sets garden SPECIAL .s ISJUL inMMtoa&toFINDOUT" SAGE '
ida. Their 1D&D\Ilenda! will be Pa., arrived here last week where and W. appreciate your ,
Ft'IL..IT11B. pen rye. No. 2 !
Urk... Fla CO. pleased to .see them again! and M....'Jones will spend the winter. )UN''!,".' 28-41 can OFFER N
have them ae residents Mr. Smith will return to Greenville Lb. l 19c
soon. FOR RENT-Furnish** first floor ,
Reynolds Malone aDd son WU- room In private horn- Mrs H. lOc hBulk'
Announcing the Opening of Uam Malone of Asheville, N. C., t. Young 327 W. Call 8C It* 7fal ..

and James Matthews, of Jackson-
RED'S SERVICE STATIONOpposite vlUew: recent guest of Mrs.Ellen FOR SALE OR TRADE: Seven ,
Home) room house with fruit trees and
( the Court WUgins.L .
On Temple Avenue Miller has gone to Tampa hrub. in Manatee, tot property In l
A. Central Florida. E. R. Growing Pork & r i ,Recd| ,
CITIES SERVICE GAS AND OILS where he baa accepted a position Manatee, Fla., It*

FREE AIR AND 'CRANK CASE' SERVICE with'the Mrs. Donald FERA.E. Pangborn and WANTED: To buy home in St&rke. BEANS .." Pepper

W.tSlltNC:.. POLISIUNOv ND GREASING CARSA Mrs.'W. J. Ewing 'were,in Gainesville let me know your best price for .
on Monday.Mr. ash.: Mrs. L. E. Moseley, P, O. t
SPECIALTY.Yorr and :Mrs. Frank P. Williams Box 282. Starke, Fla. UrINE N*. Z a-r Vain No. ;-4 sal .. ,w -c i
''of Bakersfleldr Calif.r have Can 5c ; ,
lSc
15c 29c
19c
Patronage will_ be appreciated rrrived: for a visit with Mr. 'ViiUama" AS CAN BE Grade Second W!. ': )

IRVIN: DUBOSE, Proprietor: brother-in-law and sister Runner Strawberry Plants, for'
.
Sir. and via W, J.,Ewtog. aale. o. W. Dyal, Graham Fla. ,
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t "."GF: SIX fmADFORD C'Of'TNTV TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLOKm FRIDAY
OCTOBER .
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Q 19:

VINRg' "TftICK Swinger, F O. moved Harrison' O. L., moved Clark L. C. Morgan, W. H. Thornton, Wm. T. Bogart, t, A. C.Buddlnirton. John. P. !!I. i, ==
Slarke Florida October 23, 1984 Strofoldt H. The Board of County Comml.xloner. .. Shaw, t'rt--D.' moved Howell Clayton, moved Clark F. B.Clemona Moore, Mary 1'n.ulln Chandler King Johns Ella F. Uulii.J'i"2nl 1 E.
of Bradford County Florida Stokes, I moved Johns, fiule, moved ; Abbl J. May.. B. Tarry JiillnTliidala. Canada Sam Johnson James. Pea 11! \ T
In .pedal nvHHlon assembled on the Short Nelson. moved John.on. Mack dead demon.: L. C. Moore, W F. Molll Coleman ) JohnHon, nOhlc"'. Annie' {ate
above date ordered the following Thomas, Allen W., moved Jenkins Lee moved ("...rr.n. P. J. Honda, J. H. Thornton. R.ThonniH Elijah M. Johnnon Wm N, n.VW J'Mobln
name stricken from the ReKl.tra- Thomas, Mack T., moved Jones, Delaney, dead (Cooper J. H. Monk T. ,.. Mrs.. Dill Colley. Wm. A. Julius, Bert W. Reddish.' ""rrl* M.
tlon book of the said County tort Tehart Charlie, movod Jones, Tumpy. h. reaHon. net opposite each ..altrenpeotlve Thames, Agnes moved Johns L. C:., moved (Clark Mary 13. Moore F. C. Terry Thomas j. Chase Lalla R. Johns Ella SS5 ?", ."l'"
name, a. follows, to-wlt Terry "Florrle moved Kalchreuter Wm., dead Christy Mrs. W, B. McRla-ht, B.McCartney. Thompson, Sheldon H Carlton Fred Johns 'V. J. Reair.V .J'
Prpt'I..1 Ns 1-I.a..t. Tver, Thomas. H., moved Kennedy Robt., moved furra.llne, Stella R .' Chas. Theda, Ola Clarke, Mrs. Louise John.. C. C. HlrlSiTr'i.WlllnlHidlrrav .
Anderson, Robert D., deadAnderHon Thoma.. It. Henry moved KlnB.-; Mary moved ('arradlne.L J. H. Norman W Ervin Thecle H. R.Talley. Cro.by, Mrs. I .M. Jacob., Sarah ack.r.V1 ".
John, deadRlancharl Turner W. E., moved Kennedy, Mary, moved IXnkln*. Cha.." '-, Nettle. W. J. ;. Mr*. A. C. Card Jennie John.. Fronnl A
i. K. E., moved. ':Till: ):., J. 8, moved;: : Keene, Fannie, movedKennard Dlnkln,_.Annie Norman. James. ft. Thompson Mr.. Lou Che.hler. Oeo. W. Junes. Fred O. Hlckenbaekvr> ices.
r Brltt (J. W., moved Tulle. W, T., ed Ja.. B., moved Dlxon. "' R. Norman. Jerry )[. Terry Mr. Julia CheBhler. J. D. Jacobs. Bernard Hu H! Bert
c Boyette. D. J, dead Williams, Kit dead Kennard Mr. J. B., moved Davis, Mrs. Mattl H. Norman Henry 8. Thfim.. H. J. demon.. Mr. Fronle C. Jacob.. Roaallnd JJJJ' .JIla' L
Brown, Purvl. }Prevatt moved Watson Jeremiah moved Launden. C. C., moved DeSue CharleaDlnkln. Norman, J. N. Williams, M. W. Clemona, Lewis Johnson. D. B. 1 .
Bradley Frank M., dead Williams, Bill W., moved Livingston, John, movedLester / .. L. F!',, Paul A.Prevatt. William Henry Cheshler Mr. BetUe Johns. C. E. tlv..r... flan, W
Blanchard moved Wright Elijah moved J. J., moved Edwarda! ., WQa.JhlI, Benle Wilkinson Easter Canon' Oasis C. Johns. Thelma B. .JF'IW
.
( I ; 'I.IIIZ'b.., dead William.. John W., moved Lester. tleneral moved Edwards, Mam1..Leu\ ( Pearce O. Harold William. Lucy Clay, Henry Jones R T. Smith.
Carter Sam J., moved White Orin "8.' moved : IIr1' '::.y, movedMlxon Edwards: Mr!.' M. E. Phillips David L.VIIII.m.., Henry Coleman. F. n. Jones: w'll Sullivan:: Rile y B
(Crowady Ed., moved Whistler! Walter, moved moved Runic, J. S. Prevatt A. B Wilkinson Tow.ey Cone. Johns H E..da Sullivan. J. h.
ClemonH, Eva, dead Warren Ethel O., moved Maxwell W. H., moved Futch:: S. J. ,, *- Pearce, Arthur C. Wilkinson. Bryant Crutohh.ld. Ch. King IlL J. Si nmuns. J. i
Carmichael, Ine. moved Whltmore, Laura moved Mast, Ada, moved Futch, K. M. Prevatt Bulll) Wamwrlgitt Jam*. H. (Carlton Kite 'Hobt. Smith. I.. F.
(Crawford B. 8., dead' Wall Juno M., dead Ma.t\ Paul moved Futch, L. H. Perkins, Ola Ma Wells. B. B.Futeh Clark C.1. Kite' Lester Stern W. A.
("on nor", F. L., moved White, CaHHle, dead Maxwell Mrs Ida moved Beatrice Phillip., O. J. Woolen, W. C. kite' Davis (B) telrn. 'rh"'e.,.
Durban E.telle dead Precinct N. X <"...<" Mtara) Maxwell\ Wllma, moved Futch. H. B. Prevatt Huddle Well.. Mae BigaWhltehead. 'ourtmanch S H, Kite', p.J 0"01&1.. L
Durban David '., moved Albert Richard dead MekelburB, Joseph moved Futch:: M. B.Flnley Pearce Josephine Rebecca Derby A. HL King. N. T.: r. '. EI."lh
{ OrlfflR J. Ll. moved Ander. Ada J., dead McDonald' A. A." moved B.Futch Phillips Mra E. A. Walnwrl.bt.-Mrs. O. W Dover Mary" Knight Jolla Ktan..bury .
i Ooodfellowr.iae. B., moved Adams, R. B., moved McCarr, W, E.: moved MS... Joyce Peele, J. D. William. ChaaiWllker.on Dee... 'EI..hetb KondrickT.. N. Struth11.. H.
( (cieer Fred 8., moved Andrew.. Corte. movedBrockington McDonald Oertle, moved Orlffl., John B.' Prevatt. Mr. R. M. W. J. Darby. 1 .Martha Ntruth. Katherine
I W.,. movedJones I R. T. moved McOruder, Ruby Mae,3e.d. nrlffl., John W. Padrett, Mrs Chess Whitehead C. R D.more..t. R. F' Kite Kendrick Ben Ipenc.r. It. W 8
.nro.r: ., moved Byrd, J. N., moveByr4 Prlnarle, W. R., Green, James J. Prevfett. Edwin C. Whitehead, Eunice Mavis' Knight Mr. 'w..y. Ida
John., F. H., moved J. J. moved PrlnBle, Delia, moved drlfflH, Joe 8. Rauler.on. H. James Wllkernon, B. L. Davis. JV- Knight H. V.H. v- Sw.e.y: F. A.
O. W. Brown Wllli.{ A. moved Roper Jennie! moved Green : Sibley W H
Judd moved Joseph 0. Reed J. R. Wlttfeldt W. H. Dyal, A. L. Jr
Luke F, F., moved Bennett, Mrs C. E., moved 'RodBra, W. .l ., nioved'Roberta Green W. C.UrlfflH. Ronfer. James Young, O..0. F. 11.mr '. Kinlaw Kahr D. Smith: W: P.
c.
Lowery Louise dead BrocklnBton DowllnB. moved Mrs Martlce, moved Mamie Reddl.h J. T. Dyal'. Berrl..nna. Kite: Snyder 1.u'rel.
? Lowery Su.le, moved Braddock- B. dead Robert. W. L., moved Davla. C J. Myra Smith. .

Lowery Brown Mr. Trilby. moved Seley. Rugene., movedsread. .- Precinct No. 2--Starke (North) Dobrow Mra. Lillian Knight, Nan Enld Smith Mr. LulxUobrow
WH dead I. ,
LIvlnB.ton ., Brooks, Mr.. Ada moved Oram. moved Wm' S. J. E,
Llndney J. P., moved teal R. B., moved Sheffield Oeo. W., moved Doyle. J. n. Kinlaw Dorothy 8trl"kl.nd. neo W.
Moore, Anthony dead Bradley J. M., moved Shaw. Eva moved Adkln., Andrew Z. Orlffln, T. J. Pattee Fannie El. Darby Chas. A. Kinlaw J. H. Smith J. M
Mo.ley, B.! moved (handler, Bdmond. dead Sparkman. Ttio., moved Alvarea, Joseph M. (Green Arch H. prathe'1' W C Denmark T P Knight Paul E. Smith Mra. W H
'I McRlBht. Will dead Chandler Samuel 8., moved Tony Jones, moved Austin, Hans.ford v Green BenJ. L. pr.vatt' N f. Davis, J' McD' Kendrick E..telle Simmons, A A.
McKachern, C. C., moved (Chandler Early moved Tucker, J. I., moved Altman Joaeph A. i Green N. D. p' .1' ""V A. A. Lenard Alva Tryson U. A.
> Nolon A. M., moved Card, Emmett l)? dead Williams, E. W., dead Alvare., R. M.&Jr.Alvarea. Green, Eddie Parka, Ethel j R. Dnrd.n.*, B. 8. Lee, R, L. Thomas, J. a'
,J\\', Prevatt Klaale, dead ))avll., Tom D.. dead < Wateron Lottie, moved M. J. Green Lorenia Pullum Dean JJpp..r.on. W. J. Lee. F. E. Thornton Mra c
Prevatt Llxxle, moved Davis, Ellen, dead William.. J, L.. moved Alvare.. Alonxo L'. Green, Jeffer.on Pur,,'.. H. B. Epperson. Lorena Lord Eva B. Thornton .Kills A
vz Prlngrle K., moved Donnely I Leila M., moved WllllamH, Idella moved Alvarez, Britt Green. Fannie John *, Josephine Lord J. H. Thomas, Mallory
,/.o poster ICIIxhn W., moved }:vans, .O'h"'H moved Wynn N- dead Alderman T.j.eV,, ; Griffin Mamie E. P1'ow.lI. Lewi I C. Epper.on. W. J. Jr. Lewis Alice !"h"m.M. Mrs Heater
Reddish Calvin dead Fowler ., moved Williams: Ralph M., moved Adkln., Lois\;' Green Ma Patton O. L. Edward.., J. M.Edmond.nn Mr. Llllle 8 K. A.
i strong Scott dead "Flnley Eugene, moved Watter.on Mra. K. B., moved A Alderman d. W, oreen' Nelson. T.Orlffl. peek Clara Lou I*. W.. P. LaBerBren H. E. Thomas, lelorul
Starling, James, M, dead Flnley Dewey I/, moved William.. Eva M? moved Alderman Dora ., OeorglannOreen Prevatt Edna Fraaler. WmPernande l.ger..ren, Mr.. Delia MThlKpen,
I* Sapp, JT. H? moved .Oela-er, Hubert T., moved William., RuH.ell moved Ivarea k J. C. Orin E. Peek Julian L. *, Eva L. ., K. ThomaH, W. !I.Fernande. I.
: TlHdell, Peter, dead Orlffl, K. D, dead J moved Alvarei. Lucia f). Ounter, J. N. Peek Mr. Clara. L Label Lwlll. Jan. A. Tlllman, I. B.
r Thornton W. '1'., moved Hank"r..on1 Forman moved :: I'-: :; Willie, dead Agin. Willie U OrlfflH, 8. A. Price, C. B. Feeler, OlivIa 8 W Ruby Thomas, H. .
J 1 Trowbrldge" Eater moved llerahey, C. P., moved Precinct Na .. Ta........ Anderson Ida Orlffl.. n.da Price, Mra\ C. B Flnlev Mr. Joseph Manning. C. Turner R. .
Trowltrlda-e, Dorr moved Hemingway" Bertha moved Bolt Joseph deadBolt tlvarea, Annl Oreen, W. E Bitch James. H., Flnl..y'au' W Matthews B. 8. Inl..rhl., John L
Wood., Jame.. W., dead Hooper H. A., moved Agnes. moved Andreu A. 0 Orlffl., Andrew J.OrlfflM. RlBdon, J. J.Alvar. Fields H. 10.an. J. W. Utlow.
'JI William. Herbert moved Holton J. O., moved Orlner K. A., moved Andrea "Jdltti E. L Rliraby, Rufus. Fields Maude S. J. A. Ullow. i Louisa B.
Walker W. A., moved Harter. J. D., moved Olllyard. W. R.. moved ..., R. V. Griffin .Owen W. Robinson. J. P. FrInk'Aubr.y 1oltcbel./ J. M. Underhi. Mra. Sarah
{\ York Wm. E., movedPrerlnet Hudson Mrs Frankie moved Hln.on O. W. dead Alvare., Vincint L Green Lloyd J. Rodgers" JonanRltch Flnley, Laura N. W. VVarneB .
I\ No. 11 (Morth' "fUarke' ) Halloo Clara, movedlarreli HelberBer. R. C. dead Andrews, Eva L. Gray AbrahamOreen Isabelle Prink. Pearl Malphur, W.D., M.
fi Alderman Maybelle Francis, dead } I. J. W., moved Hall, Madison. dead Andrews. Wade If. lne A. Ray Olive B. fountain, Ou Mondon Wm. Vlnlng-, L. D.Orltr. .
Aaron., J. J., movedAltman John., Jacob J.? moved Neal, Oeo moved Ivarea, Mr.\ Emma Green Mr. 8. Ines Hitch Carrie L. .., Cba B. Mathew*. Ida D. Versailles, A. A.
Ella O., moved Jones, 0., dead Pada-ett, :J. P. movedZelaler Ivare*, R. B, Goodman Jesse D. Ray Carrie A.+. Green, W. H" ( Vlda V. Vlnln. Mra. l.uclle
B t' ArrlnBton H. r.., moved John. Newton J., moved J. Walter., moved Andrews, R. J.vJr. Oray Carolyn (Mr.) Register. Freeman Green R'A' Mitchell, Luclle S.Malphur. Wnoilard, D. D. I
Bryan Phillip F., moved JohnHon. Dave, dead Preplar No. T. -N'err River Alvarez, Leon B. Iraq Leon A. Hitch, Herbert C. Ortlen' hn' .. Jane D. Wallace JohnWaahlnKton.
Bryan W. B., moved Johns, Ethel: dead Andrew.. Irma moved Anderson E. N. Hoover J. C, Rhoden, MatthewBrownle..Jam. Green, Mary\ E. Mlddleton W. B.Mlddleton W. W
\f'' Brown William moved Jamer.on James. A., moved Adams, Cecil movedAndrew. talnden. Will W. HalBlop. Wm. R. Hitch, Evelyn OrlfflH. Z. S5. Nolla D. Washington Anna
Byrd Jamen, movedBrown Janier.on Caddie moved .. Mr.. M. B., dead ... M.urney Horn.by.. James Randall. W. P. Oll..on. Col. C. Mlddleton. Madge Wynn J. L.WlaalnH .
.f. W, ., moved Johnson, Earle moved Roland C. W., moved Oeo. W Hunter A.a Dannett. Pate Marr Ollle Orl. A.n..tt .
"i Bankn, ,;"li'r movedBryant : Johnnon D. W., dead Bryan Alvlnlah. moved e.nant.: Wm,'-A.tea.ant Hall Wm. Rodgers ReBlxter, Carl Alice L.L. ClvdaIllHHon Moore Nathan J. Wilson J. E.

.!>o Frank moved John., Mrs. Lavy moved Brown T., moved Abraham Hoover. Etta Rltch. Harriet Eldry Murphy\ Emma Wilson, De aOr.rl.
llrlBham, Mary B., dead Johns, R. 13. :moved Burch, Rosa. moved ronke, Albert. Hull. Maria\ K.Harnage Kaln.,. Annell Richard ., K. L. lurphy. C. H. Walter. C. H.
l Brown Henrietta moved Johnson, J. L.. moved I. Blair John, moved ironkey, Bertha J. A.HutchlnHon. Robinson F. B. IrifflB. Eugene Hannah M. Wynn H. .C.
Brown, Mary L. John, Lola moved Bryan, O. P., moved rownlee, Maude M.rownlee Mrs Ward
i moved : A. A. Roberts, Leola F. 3oodB, Mr. M. K.loodge Manning\ Del. C. F.
W Bryan, Mae M., :moved Kelly: "r.Rw E., :moved: Bailey, Lester T.. moved 8. Elisabeth Hutto' I. S. Roberts J. P.Rea..l..y. Mr.. Delia Manning;, W. WllllamH T. L.WllllamH .
Brown Florence B., moved D., moved Bailey, E. L., moved "*, Beasley Gertrude L. HOlllnll'.worth Mrs\ W.1J'Hlchard. Annie M. loodxe, A. L.IrlfflH Maples. M. L. Kate
,I! Bullen K. Inabel. moved Kite, Kenneth moved Clark W. L., moved O. L. Hundley, J. H. Sl.trunk O., M.' II. A. Moore R. O. Wynn OMII.
{!) Pllltch. 8. B.? moved Kite, Perry dead Crew, Pllny B., moved Hrinon. T. A. Hodges., Stanley L. John B. Green, Floyd Moore, Mr. W. H. Young, H.
Ktt" .fIaly.. C. B., moved Kru.e George, moved Cole, Tou.ler, moved RI..II'. Earl L. Holllna-.worth. W. M. 8ncox.??? David L. Oalney Ralph 1lddleton. HaRI Young, Jeanette
'4" Baty C. If., moved '_., Kaniynnkl Alfred, moved Carter J. C.. moved Bird Brne.talley Hanker.on Simon Stump Fred F. illH.on Marlon .. Emma
t;. BUBB John deadBoring ',.... Klola, Margaret, moved Cleveland 1'., moved John Hartman. A. Scott Fred A. Oil..on, R. L. Mitchell Lucite
J. moved Jxl. W., moved Corbel Amanda moved. alley Mill. Heard Jack
R./ Carloe Sapp William
1' Burnaed. k/ moved' Lea, mov.dv Crew. Florence dead Brown Millie A.e.flant. Her.ey James M. Slloox, J. J. Precinct No.,4-Graham
.t'' (Crew. Joseph, G., dead Lee Lou I* LLatham. Carter, Cornel ilia. Alov..dC'owart. Ursula P. Hood. David C. Strickland C. B.
Cox, Ulover C.? moved Cha. O movedMllcheli Lula Mae moved Barefoot, P .M. Hartman Elsie Strickland Ueo.stern. .
]I dandy, Batetle.) moved Henry Sr., dead L Crew, J. E.. moved ob.ln.. L, E. Howe J. K.Harvey Harry Abernathy F, T Johns, L. D.Murrhee Storee. Oeo.
Conway.: Barbara E.. moved Mitchell Henry moved Ellison. Ulle moved ',... nckleman, Au b.t H. S. Scott. Laura H. >yal, O. W.' Mr. B. J. Surrency R. W.
4, ..onwaYL Ruble. moved Moore D. M., moved Flemmlnir, W. M., moved lakely, Jessie. foe Hall. Arthur H. Stump Eva W. Davie, J. B. Murrhee B. J. Smith, C.Waadln .
f.t moved Mitchell, Arthur moved Hodffe, Joe dead Bishop( Harold A. H Smith Beatrice O. >yal, Marla Murrhee, Mrn. M. E.! T. W.
: ,
: ion.e Alice I moved Mitchell. Carrie dead Henderson B'fil. moved: Bishop. Nina H. e..te. ohnfl. Leona >yal., Ervin Morgan 8. F. Waadln H. D.WaHdln .
5'to Cnrpenlnit, J. B., moved Motes, W. 8., moved .n....*. HodB, Missouri dead < roMky, Ruth Hart. Edna M. Sapp Sapp Jake S. Dryden Elisabeth M"Fvor. Sarah F K. B.Wlllli .
J Caraway Marr. Clarence, dead Hodges Alphla.I movedJohn. rymer, A. Henry Oeo Smith, E. H. Dysl Mr. P. M. .. J. A. Jr. Susie n.
'Crawford.. onu r'B'I:: :moved Moore,- J. M., moved .. W.. B., moved .. Barne.. James T. Inman Oeo. H. Mllcox Ja. L. Davis, N. J. McEver W. / Ward Annie E.
DauBherty Jullu. C., moved Martin Robert W., moved John.on Charlie moved v Barnes, Dlllle V. Inman Vonda E. Sapp, Ellery Graves, J. A. McEver, W. T. Ward R. B.
Drew. John C. moved Mable W., moved Jones Barnes, Alex I. Jones Mr. W. J. '
Martin Jack moved B.'nm"nt Carolyn B. Sapp, CarlSumner McEver. Mrs W. 1'.1 WaHdln H. M.
{) DowllnB.. Samuel S., moved Martlney Nellie, moved Jonas, Marale, moved Blood.:| Warren Johns, E. B. A. C. Johnson. R. M. Roberts, C. B.
:iit DeSue, Kelly dead McRae, Joseph, C., dead Jack.on. Sam moved Brown Henry E. Johns Corley "Swanborn W. R. Johns, Arch Currency. J. H
T Dixon J. S.. dead McFaahlon Gus, dead Kelley D. W., dead Blake,1Barker Edwin 8. Johns!!'. Jeff J. Swanborn' Airnu.Slatrunk .

)l 01..., Stephen dead McFaahlon Charles dead Kelley L. R-, moved Luvenla W.BIBB Johan.on P. August :! J. M.PternberB Precinct No. Hampton

4{ DoWlln.bMr.. Delia M., moved McFaahlon Newaom Clarence. Jame.,H dead, moved Kelly.Kelley,Johnson A. C., moved dead Brownlee. *. Ethel, J. O. John.. Thelma U.! N.SternberB .- ,.

moved : Bennett, J. Everett John, 8'pR. Ou..leStrickland Alexander W B.Adkln. Hunt Mr. P. B.HouHer WillieBlade
'it Dell Mamie moved J *wom A. O., .j Kelly. Harriet dead ur> n.. B H.Hpartoman Rhoden.
.Jp.rkeri John
i' Dixon Mamie B., moved ti i :: Cummings! Charlie ; J. J. F. Hartllne, C. Saxon J. II
r Dlxon moved team, moved Kelley, W. L., moved .., J. C. P.
k D... MatW.. moved rJClllott Paul moved Cooper L. Oracle Honry W. B. Hartllne, Ella Saxon, ,
Kelly moved :
'{l Jam* a, moved juHllerbe -4' Payne Farrlck moved Kvarce, :=I\t.e-\ : .** Crosby, Rufus If.Colley. Judd Jones, D.L. A.O.Jone. !swIndall.Hannah!Sllcox Helena o.rw. L.tran Hicks! W. B. Slade. .m.w
r *. J. F. moved.Fraxee. Powell Miss Eva, moved Kelly Sarah, moved John r. nen. Ma Ha.ln J. F. Smith
B.
;v J. L.. dead .... ,..' --Purvl. D. H., moved a'<. Llnd..ay, W. J.. moved '",_ Comet Oen L. L. ,:-J. Johns., Cora Carl Sapp. ,W.T. B.Shuler W.. : Brown, T F. Hick, Woodrow Sullivan JosephineBugg.
Cone Mary Jones J. V. B. Y.Bedenbaugh .
M.. moved *" Saxon
Mae
loft Richard dead Patchett Lindsay, Ira moved
C.
I t John, R. Shuler Mr. I.olaSapp.
W. .
't B. moved Crosby, T.' J. W. John., L. O. Sweeney. M. C.
(dllllard W. M., movedOeorBe Rhoden James Mupphey', Prank, moved Johns Mr.. Julia Felix H.
l'..J Rosa lee moved Robln.on. Harry mov..dMt..ph.n"onL Moody. S. J., dead Cooper C. N. O. Strickland Edna Brown, Zach Johnson J. F. Saxon H. V.
; Jenkins, A.
$s OeorB. Melvin M.. moved Henry moved Mathews Je.ale moved Conway J. B. Brown, Beetle Jackson W. n Saxon.. Ellen
{ L.
Thelma
&' John., Mra Darner
Sllcox. ,
.. mov.dICwlnlli.L Cro.by R. K. Colley Margaret H. D.. Saxon Annie
Oelcer, Jamea, moved Sweet L. & Murphy, Janle moved w. Pearl Pearl John.o' L
Jordon Hauls Mra. .
Crawford L. Crlbba, H. J. .0 A. J. T.
OebrBe Emma C. moved ". L. t. moved Smith
k Mathew., Mary, dead rMathew. J.
Llhas. Jones, Jack.on Mildred
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a moved A. moved Cooper. R.Canova Strode Crlbb., Emma Jone.. H. Saxon Will T.
Green Ollbert P. M. dead
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'(, Orovea, W. H., moved --- 8tephene. Marl brown mod Morgan, Ed., moved Eunice C, Johnson Bernice. Strode, Josephine Croft, J. H. Johns. StellaJohn.on Taylor Francis M.
; A., Kelley 81m Strode, Pauline R. Florence P. Rebecca O.
Mary Thomas A.
Crew.,
Geary W. A., mov.d'f J. A. moved Charlie moved Crof. ,
Haul F
McKinney, James A.
Kieklller Wilbur .
r "*. .'" c.no/ Florence B. Scott Mr*. Mary Kalch.enter. I. R. Tucker, W. H.
i Geary Viola moveda_ SermoueepJohn,deadu McKinney henry LI.ale N.movedNorman Clark Ell.abethColley Knight Carl A. Starling;, Vollle L. Dennlaon. C. M. Kalch MI.A. B. Turner Mm.. Ava
Geary. Emma n., movedHetnmlnirway "a moved ?! General L
,., Lydia Kersey Sponholt. L. M. Dennison Avery C. Kalch. B. Van AlHtlne C.
r Tho.. F., moved Snyder k.ummle moved M. moved Nedd W. N., moved Crew., Maud D. Keller. Delia M. Sapp. Ola Mae Dyal Mr., Thomas Manure\ Mattie Williams A. M
Harris. Wm. C., dead Hauls, J. B., Nelson R., moved CorpenlnB, Hulda. B. Knight Clara Mae Stockwell C. L. Durden. Vlney MeadH/W. A. Watteraon M. IDurlln. ,
'e, ., moved Tllll.. George C., dead Nedd Asia moved Klckllter Maria L. John-M. C.
Iea1tseut ... Crew. K. T. Seymour. .. C. A. May L.Mlxon 'Valter on. J. W.
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;!. Ham s, 1(., dead Tllll. Harry L.. moved Porter Allen moved -X Canova, F.ul E. Jr. Kite. Minnie Thompaon, J. 8. Edward., E. A. Emma Williams, A. B.
*, Arch J., moved Turner Mary E., moved Parnell William V.. moved Clark C. H. KlnB A If a ret ta Thomas, ..am... S. Edward. Blanche C. Matchett M. M. Wynn U J.
'l\. a, B. 1 1.. moved 0 Thoma.. John N., moved Prlnfl, J. C.. mo".dnay..n. Clark R' F. Kersey William R Thoma., Archibald J Ford R. B. Minton Aaron Wynn L. A.
holly Carrie, moved. -:.. L> Wondard, 8. B., moved .na. Swarty:: moved Conner Jae. T... Lewie Harry H. Tyler, J. A. Ford, Do..y Mcaruder J. H. Watteraon. Mra. Mal tWlBBlna .
rJ Jtl\rr"I. 5f0.Y'"'1s. uMtI Wynn, Mary, dead Renfroe, J. E., moved w_ Conway E. F. '-\ Luke, Jim O. Tyson John Fowler A. B. Nlmmo Ada H. B.
N ...... r'd.I*. ....'moVed Week., Mary F'L mov..d.Wynn. Sapp R. I. dead Canova, L. A. Lewis.. Jeff Thoma., Herman Or.n. H. C. Nlmmo John W. Wiggins. luaWadaworth
..WallowaArthur U., moved William R. moved Stewart Toblt C., moved Conner W. C. Lee. M"wtlld"hIf.o Tomllnnon, Henry Thoa. Perry T. J. O. P.
.. moved r Oscar. moved Sapp O. W., d.aohLa Lewis Thomas Edna B. M.Wadnvorth. .
Harris W. H Yates Crosby, Floyd c a Haynes, O. Prevatt. Mr. Mary J. William. M.
', Harnagra, } dead Prermrt No. 4, Graham Sweat O. moved ; Clark. Llaile If Long, T. T. TUon, Etta 8. Hasan T. M Prevatt France

"w Irish R. I.,,. move .'. Daniel, 8. M., moved moved Crosby, Colonal A. Lowry.MO.'I"'J Thoma., Frank Hall W. H. a Priest Idella J. William. Chaa.WlBBlna .
,'+, John*, F.+ H. C., dead +1.-. FOBB, Chealey, dead Snowden Mollle, dead Carleton I. B. -, Thomas. Nathan N. Hall, H. H.Hall. Potts, J. P. J. H.
'JOI"'.' fjirane, ttluhd ., Milliard Dock, moved Thoma. Mason dead Carter ttiha8. A. Lewis. 8. O. Tr.llrnton'jWllllam B, B.: B. Pearce, Ola O. Wadaworth, O. P.. Jf-
\ Joran.oH.Anna) K., dead '1,, HllUard Mr*. Mlttle, movedAleUwlrk Turner Tom moved e Conner W. R. Lewis, }tanniq i E. ,. Hall A. C. Rahme (1. W.Haynes .
.Johns. Calvin 8., dead Ja.. dead Thoma., J. N., moved Cady irlora B. ', Lennon m." ",. Thoma., Bva MayThoniaJame. Mary J. Rahme, U. W. Jr.
far h i .Kelley, Svephen K.. moved Padgett., J. J dead Thomas Ida, moved .LLla'Towneel Canova. Olady. ndrum. T. Frank \ E.
Kenly. Oenevleve C., moved PHna-le. W. ;"., moved L. B, moved ." (Carpenter David P. Morgan Frank'rhornton, Mary Precinct No. 6-Theressa
Lee Charles dead Roberta Roy moved .ee Thomas Avoy, dead A t.CaVpenter ..c)' Moore Leonard V. Thornton. W, B. .
1 Llfra-ett. Allen M.. moved Wa.dln. J. A.. moved Turner U. L.. movedUmphriee .,* Conwajj. O. M aruca, Mike Underhill A. J. \
Lewi, O. W., moved Prerlae No. .. IlaM,t.. Martin. dead ,, Myrtles! J. lIurrhee. A. ''.. Underhill: Walter AI.rm"n. n J. HaBan Ida Sullivan, A. L
f Lewi, Morrl. L., dead Rruiie. Josephine 0., moved 1.TmPhrl.OL Uln, moved + Canova, Mary R.Collev )Mundy Wn\. u. "I'. 1-nderMll. C. Ma. S. O. Hln.on. Willie Ma Smith. B.. A
Lung Comer L. moved Dirt O. A., dead SMine. moved J. R. !Mundy! LeilaMontelth Wall Wm. L. CarRtennen, J. I. H.I. J. F. Swindell WIIIIK
(, Mercer, Joseph S., moved Mr' J. S., moved Well,. M. J.. moved Crawford Oscar IT. David A. W.lnwrl..ht.'t! : D.Montelth Dodd. 8. H.. ., W. A. Sullivan, Mm. Eva I
Mo.ley, R. W., moved Brown W. N.., moved William.. A., dead .f Coleman. Elijah N. M* Kathleen AWhlte Olin' W. Dodd Lillian M. Jone. Mamie Trle.!. R.
d Morgan, Klvenna C..moved. Barknlale, W. (I., moved Whitehead Ella, movedWilliams Cook Ear l Sr. Manning Mison Wall. Albertua B. 'ortner, H. B. Lewis, C. J. Truest T. B.
Marr J. 1., moved rhamber. Do.ta. moved J bunk, moved" Carll.le. Janice B. Morrow W. William.. Thoma. M. Forythe.. J. H. May, H. D. Truest, F. J.Foryth' .
Moore Barbara B., dead Cay Arthur moved >' Wright Jack moved Cady. Dora Morrow Mr. Louise William.. Tho. Sj! Lou Moore D. W. Wallace Tom
s' Mlnnery Henry C., dead ruminlnK. Will dead Wright, Mr. W.. N. moved Cha.taln. T. C. Matthews, Eugene L. Wainwright, Wm.. M. C. May May Younicblood! O. A.M.
IS. Mc"l.ndo'l John C., moved rroom, Cyrus moved Zimmerman. MalachI. moved Chambers, Pentell. Manac.a Arthur Williams, NatWalnwrlBht Jrlner. Ida M. SUllivan. A. Youna-blood.. Mary
McBride Tho.' moved moved E. Manning. J. H. Mary O. ler.ey, R. M. Sullivan C. Youniblood, .
r; : Clark. Steve Prrrlmft No, $ Hr**..... Chambers Robt. ; L
Nevel., Richard, movedus Carpenter Roy Letter moved Andrews, F. A. Sr.4, dead Cha.taln, Jessie' McCoy. Starling F. Wall. Murla B. Hln..on.. Bert Swindell, S. R.Precinct"No.7 Zel.l r.J. J.indrewa .

Newnan, M. f'IJ.v. Ponley, David' moved Hall Ivey Drew, moved Carter, Sullivan McDuffle Henry H. White Noble Ray
h Nevel.. ." Denlnion 1 8.' B.? moved Hagen, Ruby O.. niovedKelly Davis, E. M. McRae. Harley M. White Ethel M. -New River
Norman Wesley, moved IlanlelB, S. M., moved J. H. dead Davie. In*. nicL, niion, Florence M. Wills, Irene L.
n Norman O. C., moved niirrten H. A., moved Matheney iJ. P., moved DrlBBAra, Ja*. W.DeHue Norman J. B. Williams, Annie Rhoden. HoimleKauUrnon
Norman H. K., moved ERKtln, Matheney Ollle, mov.d1I1.theney. Wm.. M, Nelson Wall, Mable A. G. W. John.. M. L.
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1 Price, J. S., moved Flowr Rally 1 ;: moved Bnira, moved Dell I.aao :.. n.OJ. H. Winkler I Edwin.: A.WalnwrlBht. kndrew., F. A. Johns 'I. M. A. J.Renfroe
Pltaer C. B.:, movedPowell Ford. B. J., dead Parrlih. Avery, moved Davis, Lewis A. Norman Hiram L. Edwin J. Andrews Laura Johnson, O, 8. B. F.
', John Jr., moved Faver. Marnhell moved Romme. John dead Dell BenDavl. Norman F. M. Wllker.on, A. J. Andrews, It. R. Johnson R. 8. .Sapp. E. A.Steirlckn .
Rohln.on Waah. dead Faver Emily moved Shrlver J. L., moved .. Lee P. Norman. J. WalnwrlBht..Blanch' M. Andrew.,.Guy Kelley Mr*.' D. Wt Ida
l Robert. Wm.. movedltlgeby For..yth, Oscar, movedGriffin Surrency Alice B., deadhrlver'Hllda DlBB*. Lou C. Norman T. N. Ward, Willie Calvin Andrews, Jessie l R. K.ley. H. C. "Sterrlck' Anna J.
R.
Demp.l L., moved W. D., moved $ moved Dell. Susie New.om Ray A. Whitehead Samuel : a.N. B. L.Kelley Turner l MarrTurner
RlBdon, Arthur, moved Orlffln, W. H., moved Wallace, Ned moved l1arh,.. Annie B.Dunham. Nettle., W. J. William. R. J. o .n'.b Loris L. Thomas, .E.
Robert., Eva: 11:., moved Orlffln Hester moved The Board will convene Monday A. E. Nettles. Roberta ,Wood, Annie 8. Rut. C. Llndney W N. ,
t Roundtree, Benjamin B., moved hunter Sllla., moved October 19th., at 10:00 o'clock A. M. DauBherty W. B. Norman Lonal L. Williams. OertrudeWilliam. But.r. J. L. Mathae. Kobt Turner W. O.T. F.
RlB.by Florence A., moved Harper C. E., movedHodges In the County Court House for the lUBherty, Mr. Ida Na.worthy C. Howell urB. ., Lettle Merrltt R. F. Tomllnnon H.
: B.
F Howe J. A., dead J. R.. dead purpose of restoring any name .1'. Damon. Mr.. Minerva Norman, Frank; M.Newaom Wood, Crews. S. L.Crewa Moody Nat O. Thomas W ...
I ItyalB. K.. moved Harper Ammle, moved rnneou.ly stricken from the said. I Denmark P.' 8. Edna Wllmot, Ernest A., 8. C. Merrltt. F. M. Thomai IIII'l F
M.
"Rhoden, A. J.,. move d Houaer, C. I., moved Registration. Booka., Duncan .'Wn1. M. Newman,' Mettle Weldon a A. F.rr..II"hC. C.' Merit Virginia F. Wiggins, C.
Citron B. R. O., moved Houaer, Marvarlt. I A.,, moved J. THOM S. : Denmark. Emily Norman Mattie Wall Harold C. L. J. '" Carl J. c-
Martha D. Green Mm. Sarah Merrltt. Ida J. *. ,
Ntephon Norman Ru.eelO.born. Wall Wrnn.
Dave moved Clerk Jame.
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Bller.on ,
Smith L..Jj..N'o.d;; "Ind.r."on. Edward Lacy RRdwarda. 8. R. Wood I.. W. R. Green Andrew Parrl.h. E. J.Renfroe > *. Mana .
Mllcox' Cha. T.. moved Joseph vr.Ed :. O.born. Myra Far! W. B.WIBBI"". Laura I.Le.II. Johns, C. A. Jr. J. B.
( l IAon..rd. W., moved ward*.-W. Mitch Powell., Robert Wlmberly.
? Shaw ., Edward A moved REGISTERED AND QUALIFIED VOTERS OF BRADFORD Edward.,. Ruby M*.. Powell Luther O. Will. Mr. rtorrle Precinct No. 8-BrgokerOreen
Strickland, Oscar R., dead Edwards! A. A. Powell. Luther C. Weldon W. A.'
Smith Orace, D., movedSlnBleton. Gl. Sinclair L. Wlmberly Wallace M. Jr.
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COUNTY FOR GENERAL ELECTION Futch. A. Ira
Andrew B. B.Andrew. Plnhol.ter.
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H.Oreen
Wltkovskl ,
Lola B. movedSmith ,
e Franklin, Sam B. Prevatt R. RPoppell B. R. Robt L. D.PlnhoUter .
movedSpiker Ion Polk.
Ella, 3. H. Wood, Glen B.
W Flume, F. F. RplnhoUter. .
Mettle I A., moved '., NOV. 6 1934 Flume: : Herdla u Powell,. May F.. Warren James Pearce Atkinson C. L. Green A. L. Jr. ,, Annie
Sweat, J. D.; dead Fr..... Annie A. pr....... Mettle WalnwrlBht. Ellen C. Brown L. A. Green R. E. Lei* N. S.
,? Smith, Ja*. F.. moved FlannaBan S. W Park. W. B. WainwrightGrac.' Brown, H. R Green Mr. L. A Parrlah Mrs Hattie l
Slloox Wm. 0., dead Precinct No. 1 LawteyArwoud Powell John H. Wainwright N. D. Jr. Barry. O. W. dalney, Mrs M. J. Prescott,
,, Faulkner, Ben O. A.
J. .
I D. Green L. R.drlme
i Selen, August movedStrickland. For.vth. Daalel B. Patte.. Fred J. Yarborough, .J... C. .t.r. Pr..cott Elijah
Brown. Ned Ru' ,
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I. W.. movedSapp '
{ Bolar B.. moved *, tt.'tt.Arwond < Godwin, J. Q.dodwln Robert. Enoch J.Keddlah Gardiner 0.... A. Brown, Mr.' M.' L. Hagen, Q. W.Haaen Raney. J. H.
Nora P. Mra. Kva Dr.w Brown, W. M. E. M. Rogers, a W.
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Abraham H. N. drlfflaw Walter Roeler. James. M Precinct No. 3-Starke (South) Brown H, C. Haien. A. C. RUHR VanceSurrency
A.hford. Mandy Orlffl. W. L. Roberta, U. W.lI.u.Un. '. Brown W. L. H.,.... Mamie\ H. A. B.
KlaaUAuatln. Gnarls Truby i Rosier J. E. Bryan, W.' H.' Hobb*. Mary B.Hodce thaw C. N.
J. 8.! (heard, Louie Robert. Jewell T. Andrew. J. W.. Orlfflm 'Wilbur k. Man.ell.. Miss Retta 1, Barry. L. W. Minnie Shaw Mr. C. N.
Brownln John Hill. Louts I H. Reddish. J. M. Albert Robert Dreen B. L. Mataat. Au.uatF. terry, Mettle L.ol.oni Howard H.. H.Haaen. S..well..,I. L. W.Surrency. .
N G'B Brown. Oeo. W. Harley Alonao. Rhoden,. W. C. Albert James Garrett P. M. McFaahlon CaesarAllbright (' U. B Jl' M.t.
Rlancnarri; Alaaaon "., Harrell. J. L.Hill. ,Roster, A. B. Svloman!! Orlffl, Dorothy McRae, M. J. Crosby, p.. Hough cA Stokes F. C.Stewart .
nurney, Everett K.? Emma P. Redd"'hr Mr\ *. Belle Albert Irving Orlffl. 0.J. JolcKln .y" Volley Cr.w. Wai lie Luther Paul
BHrva W. H. Harley Abbl B. Reddleh. Mr. Drew Andrews. Ira'W, Hanker.on. Simon McKinney B. B (Crew. C. J. Han.11 V. B. Surrencv A. I"
Brown, Mr. Mtnnl a Harrell Lucy Ranlereon,. PL. MIlauleron. Albert Fred TT.yne 0. L. McKlnney. MelvlnMcKlnney. olaon.. N. Alva Hagen Alp AV Surrenei, 111.' ....n II
Box,'' J. C Houston L. H. H. Allen Nellie d. HolllnB.worth. B*. C.HemlnBway. .,. CarlMcRae. Crosby, Clarl.a H..el. Ouy' .lIr.D. .r JHW'MrdauleyTO. '
Y m Blackburn T. T. Howe :Jackson AVHDIIard. Reddish!. Mary Jan. Andrew. N.". Laura Russell 8.McMillan. Crosby. A. K .." R I
Blanrhard, Anna.. M. C. L. Row. Vernon L. Arch.mbeaultAlbina Hamrlck, Sarah F. Crosby, W, A. H.. Bell Shaw. Mallle
9, Ddr'1 ra ,...:" Brown, Mr.. Nancy ".rr.". Joe L. Jr. Strong, Robert Andernnn. 0..,.' A. HolllnB.worth Ida J. 0),3: Crosby H.' B. I.. H. 8t.ph.na T. *'
Hell M. J. ".rl.,.. H. CV Smith Alfred Anderaon. Eve Haynea. Hop Mc!. NeWSOtUSO. .) (lemon. Alvin Kelley, C. surr.arY: Lorene
a ..Dt with ,, BitMartha B. Howard. MraTAvlHarrell MtarllnaJo.lah Alvarea ..ErrolAletander. Hares. E. W.Holt.enrtorf J. B.Newaom (Cone Clyde'lemon. 'Kelly, 0. 8_, .
I 1-c.I1.r.: ... V. Bullard. .John' W. J. StxrllnaSteve T. J. B. C. B. Newaom. ( .. Mr.. IAwl. J. W. Tomas J. g:
P. C. A
Berry. Ann Harley D. B. "Sapp' >, Henry R. Broivnle. H. L. Hayes Ruby A.Holtaendorf 'C. Crosby L. B E. J. Thomas R-
1. eslds..Trea.td Boyer, HenryBennett. Jona James Sapp, Georgia Brown Ja.perBrownlee Jessie; Norton, C. (OUon R. Lope Cynthia Thorn*. AlfredTnuniaa
B. M. Johnson :J. W. Starling. N. L. Ella Hemingway Mr.. H. D.OI.on. Titus lyal. Mr. T. D.. Lltchtleld. C F. J.
rm r ,rear Bennett. Mr*. Mary John. !iI:. C. Starlings A. J. Burn. EdwMrd\ Hoover Don L. Olson 1\Ire. Berne 10u..l. K. Lewis, L. Thomas O. 1
'_ maer dI4- Beacom, W. L. John. Jim 8<'bn.". A. P. Bower. E. R. Hoover Cyrua F. Pace C. F. Long, B. (0 Thoma. -
r ...... ti.glJs Beacom. BatherBox Jones R. p. "..hn.". Eleanor Flower J. D. Hoover Delia C. Powell, C. J. loucla. J. A. Matt M. Warren. Mark
..... .. No reF Janle Klttl*. C H. Starling,. L. R.. Burn*. Mra. dole' Hubertheur. A. Prevatt. J. W.HolllnB.worth '.e... C. C Mott, 8, R. Williams.
..rorthroM Crew, E. L. Kirkland: J. H. Surtaln, Annie Balwten. Addle, JJr*. F.C. Prevatt. P. B. Elmer, W. E. Mott. J. M.Markey. Ward MmlWaterv
Carter, Marion F., Lea. Will Smith CarrieStarllna Balnden. P. F. Harris Nettle Perryman. E. K. .1 ....rd. T. B. H. J. J. t J.
ll i4 5bdSi .'11I0.. eCAY'A Crew" Frank M. Lang, Isabelle :. Nellie Muford. R. C.Brawnlntr Hayea C. B.Holme Prevatt. ;.or..R.p. < Mu.lc. Mra.' Jlncle Water. U
Clemon John C. Lang, Mra. W. M. Starling. W. J. : Walll A, .. J. H. ;. Fowler 1W R 0, AVeek R..
.r'h-: N, Loadholle. M. E! Strong, Thomas Brown Addle L.T' Harrell. O*.... >fill Powell Laura L Fowler Tg* !ott le.t "-at.ra.It
Carter, L. Moore, W. H.: Suber. Port.t' Brnwn, Fat ', Howard K N. Perkins. Llnnl Fowl"rL L : K. lm. Vrsar t
4 Cooper, Joseph *' f Miller Mamie Strong Mettle Brown Mr.. Art.. Johnav A., H. Peterson F. O. Frlpp L. R. No.ld. Wallace WI..ln.1.s
+rA Coleman den. Miner. KffleMyer Strong. So.I BryantV... K. John. M. L.Ja Perkins. Eunice H. P. Oten. R. T> Ward M. v.
Cross, Haiti *. Abe Strong Alice Hrvant. line K. "kon. Andrew Pve-att. Arch "r..n. A. Ulalney. O.I..n. Mr. A. M.Prexmtt. Ward. )lr..J.
Crew" MavaleiCrew. Moore Jamea. H. Smith R. C. Bryan; W. M. John.*. F. B.John. Phillip, ('. M. 1 I IR.. 8. L.Plnhol.ter. Ward. Jaalney
., Joeephln Moore Thomas J. "..rlln... Llaal Brown! *. Roes L. .. Ab Pr..*rott Julia C. I ialney.' Mr*. Nanl T B. Water Mra R

Cheatham. M, p, Murrhe... .Lenard M. Starling! ,..,Mrs.Nettle- .4Ste Brownlee; H. L Jr. Jones, Freak PSN.... k:., .C.>, Mr.. Millie Pa4..tt. J. W..


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oCTOBER
:IJ\\. ..- -.-- .. .., ______ ._. .' . BRADFORD. _. COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN t
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DIRECTORY -- -- -- --- --. '. : j jtel's
tKE'CllvnCH r a.I I II three major ;opportunities; : ((1)) Sugar Margta and Hazel are on the ,;i> 'f' 8< s

First pptist;; Church BEHIND L I production. ((2) Restoration sick list. Hope them a speedy recovery }; ,1/1;/} .1

!te\'. Schoo1P-10 00, Pastor m. I L "''i ne of the '1;of lumber and naval stores ,industry and- t \I ':'j'jlylra. ;
YeYomung : a. Story Bible Told in Pictures ; through re-forestatlon j I ,,' <,
Worshlp-ll:00: a.m. 'with It establishment' cf pulp endpaper Ed. Grlffts and son, of New i 1; !;: J

r P. U. -6:15 p. n.'lDg The ..In..r. N I mills ((3)) Development cf I, River, visited relatives here Sunday :: I. ;:t ;; ff '
ante
(
\Vorshlp-T:30: p. m. "lIplCal tung nut production on a grand night. ,
C i
>.,... I \ \
Frayer Servlce-7:30: scale. Mr. O. L. .
Id-Week -' Kersey was a business ,'; 4
!D- Br OSCAR "OIl "O Bursler.rea, '''who has been In visitor in Lake Butter this week- u I! "!
invited to all our serv- and Washington most of his time dur-
You are KlSVr W.Vl'!lO\ a.) end.
s. I ing the past year, avert that if the ft
Everglades Sugar Bowl l ia permit.
Church CROSS CHILDREN 1t .'
l\1..th. TALLAHASSEE -- The state ted to attain its logical potentialities .

ReV. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. maintains that a prisoner sentenced a Florida could produce a thirdof MAY HAVE WORMS
Sunday School-10 a. m. to the penitentiary at Raiford ; Ptb the nation's requirements. Watch for bid brath.frcrfuln
sugar upwt No' t
-11 a. iii.Fpworth is >e. IOM oIJttl'h''I: :: :: ; aroundnow
Morning Worship still in law a convict IN THE' We are now consuming about 6000,000 ,- **.* ha..
:45 end rmm Th.r. m r pin or found eol
: m. >
League- p. STATE prison although he may tons annually. Our produc- worm. WhiM Crwim ha. Mfvly. -
Evening Worship-7:30: p. m not be actually and bodily serv- tion Is only about a third. Cuba and lee.Tr,*.* ..r.r."Wh: V.nNfud ,th worm* ', 1
and tn d ch ** Crn k
to all these serv-
Invited ing within the walls, be in the and other
lYou are may Philippines areas Vrmifua r.wnm.nd.d" by drugaiMa.MITCHELLS at y'
s. fact performing enforced labor. on i y'r supply the remainder. Under the DRUG STORE'

preshyterrlun Church highway projects hundreds of I y "quota" system Florida's produc- -
miles away. tion Is limited to 60,000 tons annually -
lev H. Lowry, Minister
fiOOO George._Sabbath School. Foy Green, sent up from St. Louisiana Is held to about
m
: a. M.-Morning Worship; Petersburg on a breaking and en- 200,000 tons while tho beet grow.
11:00: A. ers of the west provide about 1-
the pastor. tering charge, does not feel that
on i by 500,000 tons, said to be near the
way about it, ia asking the Supreme
,
-,: Court to decide. z maximum possible.
He is now r ..... .-.-. ,- I I
ITSO ni'EveningWorship.. in servitude In one of the thirty *
: p. prison camps maintained by the DOUBLE RUN I

State. Road Department. like 1,500 .r a !Miss I'Mnlik. Brown, Correspondent. | .

other. state prisoners.The .
!oIl'. and l\Ir L P. Jurvla wno
SOB JONESComments Green case. opens a virgin J have been visiting her parents, Mr. hen IQ
1 field for ,the Supreme Court. The aRouse.- I
and Mrs O. L, Brown left Sundayfor ,
V
.
\ On Here right of the state to take prisonersfrom
their home at Pahokee.
Raiford and place them inroad l;a v Burned Down O1
And Hereafter camps has never been decided ;L -1 Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Undeihlll and $

J 4 family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.L .
by the court., There has always
in been some question as to the I k: S. + I 17 Morgan Sunday. people used to ask, "Is he

I When the writer was Chlca- State's right to work convicts on .. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jenkins insured?" Now thtv ask, "Ia! a
friend Inis
sometime Elizabeth ago a Dilllng's put book roads far removed from the actual ; ; -' .5 ,. I and little son were guesta of Mr. he property Insured?
hand
metes .. and Mrs., O. L. Brown Sunday r
Itltlcd, "The Red Network." The and bounds of the penitentiary '-, -. I I morning. Adequate sound stock tire 1 .D'

|Is called "A Who's Who and r- u
ndbook k: of Radicalism for Pa- All but seventy-fl. of the able Th. lara.lit.. Safely Pau Through the R.d S. .-After the slaughter of the first born, Pharaoh told i Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Bryan are the Insurance will properly protect *
the children of Israel to from Then. commenced the of children of Israel you against loss and the F'
There is listed In thek bodied prisoners sent to Raifordare depart Egypt. wanderings the proud parents of a girl born Oc-
tots.
of organizations assigned to the State Road who spent forty years in the wilderness, before they reached the promised land of Canaan. And the Lord tober 17. service of our dependable
names
the supposed to be workIngnd Department prison camps, of went before the Israelites by day In a pillar of cloud, and by night in a pillar of fir*. Pharaoh's heart Mra. Freda Brantley spent Sat- agency will prove of value ,
hlch are with communism ande which there are thirty scatterea was hardened toward the Children of Israel after their departure and he took his army and pursued them. urday and Sunday in this section Ir ,
In hand I God instructed Moses to lift his rod and stretch his hand over the Red se.. And the waters of the Red with her mother, Mrs O. L.
over the State. While
revolution. This bookan upholdingthe WALLINSURANCE
Soviet of the sea parted and they went through on dry land. But when the Egyptians pursued, Moses again stretched Brown. HAROLD C.
| "eye-opener. I constitutionality succession forth his hand. "And the waters returned and covered the chariots, and the horsemen, and all the host of We to report that

of of laws prisoners governing since the the establishment handling -- Pharaoh that came into the sea after them; there remained not so much as ono of them."-Sx. 14t 2$. i Mrs. Q.are L.very Kersey sorry and little dauahI -, 8T. nKE, FLOHIDA i t'fo t

I UTS. Jones and my son were in This illustration is from Mtrtan'i story of the Bible, engraved IB 1625. I --"-- ';
of the State Prison in k 1
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|ussa! the past summer: They 1915, it was admitted by counselin ova

d I as their guide a middleagedoman court that. the department's annually for I bar. upon, the public highways." with "receiving taxes" it will be FUNERAL DIRECTORS,

who lived for a number of preference is the use of free labor ,,results far below what might be an odious task, because he will Render '
Sholtz may uur Many Vean Experience Make It Possible for U to
>ra In Chicago. She was an In- and not convicts. Use of prisoners expected of free.labor. Governor not say so have to "put the heat" on tax dodgers EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Illgent Russian. She spoke Eng- is costing the Road Depart- for publication, but his friends
But the department asks the MODERATE PRICES ,'
who are able to pay, In orderto
"Are
Jiti fluently. you ever com- know that he likes to' be hailed as
{ back to America?" Mrs. Jones court to take judicial knowledge of "Cracker"-that he appreciates' get for the county the money DeVVITT C. JONES COMPANY
have been preparing the hearts of
ked the lady, "Yes; I am re- the people for the seed of anarchy.I the practicalities of the situation. the common-place salutation/ more necessary to meet Its operating .. BTAJIKE. FLORIDA 'p

wing to America as soon as you quote a stanza of a communistic Ralford's physical plant is inadequate than he does that of Governor, or costs.

|tve your revolution," she replied poem which appeared recently for the doubling of its pop. Commander or any other title by S.
e i statement of this Russian woan which he be
': ulation. This is what would hap- may correctly greeted. Senator John Beacham, of the
Is filled with to
i meaning ev- -
y patriotic, American citizen.Is "Goodbye, pen if the court should hold with All to the name of Gubernatorial Palm Beach-Broward, district, cites For Expert RepairingSmith's
Christ Jesus Lord God Jehovah one potent reason for his supportof
[ nation and most of the l1a001 Green. If he Is ordered returnedto candidates the name of Joseph
i of the world are sleeping up- Beat it on away from here now. Raiford, then all prisoners at M. Smoot, resident of the Jackson- this the homestead amendment In i fly ,
i communistic volcanoes. There Make way for a new guy with no "hard labor" on the roads must return ville' George Washington Hotel fashion: "Take a person witha
thousand dollars In cash. He
re scores of organizations in religion at all- to the State Prison, convict and "father of racing In Florida". Y
Imerlca working hand In hand A real guy named labor on the roads would be abol- He will seek the Governorship on son pays with but ten a $1,000 cents (tax), The per He Garage ,Yb

fith the communistic.influence tock Marx Communist Lenin Peasant ished.It a platform that will legalize certain mortgage.
pays about $2 00. The person own-
this nation. Stalin Worker ME will forms of under
be another week or ten gambling- supervision Ing a home value at
$1000 (assessed
I said, ME" days before the Supreme Court of a state commission. ). He pays the county (Palm Phone, 120

I Nothing has done more to pave Comment on this stanza Is un- decides the question: "May per- Smoot promoted Hialeah Park, Beach) about $80 In taxes."
e way for. communism in this necessary. God send America and son who has been convicted of a known as the Weidner track and "
untry than the modernistic edu- the world an old time revival of Felony in Florida and sentenced to now controlled by Kentucky's most I Jules Bur&1-;:;;;: Florldlan-at- Wrecker Service Day or Night m d+

Uonal leaders and preachers. ; the religion of the Lord Jesus serve a term In the State Prisonbe famed gambler, Col. Edward R. large, thinks the state has at least l k
ey may not know It, but they Christi! lawfully forced to perform laNow Bradley, I in! the boom days of 1924, i yf '1
------ After Bl days or racing during the
first season in 1025, he retired ii.j f'

$1,900,000' In preferred stock. This

before racing was legalized in the


Chevrolet adds the state.minded"ultimately Smoot and that feels made his that Florida reward his"race venture for We Now Have In Stock A Complete Line Of


pioneering the sport'tn the state.


worlds lowest riced six-cylinder 4-door sedan should Great be pressure the-Governor's If It can chair.be so NESCO.OIL STOVES and HEATERS, Also WOOD' .' ;


termed, has been brought to bearon

to its line 'regarding the Governor the Homestead to take a position Amend- and COAL BURNING HEATERS. !

,
-'- ment. .. .. .
Those who months ago heard the
1
Chief Executive say that he mightget S
Into the fight are wonderingat
cci $ his silence. Those close to him
We
? ta y'r Are Agents For The 0
L
t believe that he would like to be t

"in there" battling.It .

takes no crystal gazer to see

Governor's that In event plans of may ratification be a little the FAMOUS PERFECTION FURNACE OIL BURN-

upset. It is known that he has

some well defined plans by whichhe

hopes to leave the state In the ING CIRCULATOR HEATERS. l

strongest possible financial posi- ,
tion when be retires from office.
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The State Government as such,


will stead through Amendment.lose adoption comparatively of Only the a fraction Home-little Come In And Look Our'Stock Over Before ii" -


of the tax collected from ad val-

orem-real estate-goes to the S .
State Treasury. About two-thirds :'
: Buying ,
of the tax money collected goes .
Interest ."" ,. '"
and on
to the retirement "
'
,
,..
and,county and,/ipectaf tax 't.., .
city .
ellq......,-" ...._, district bonds. ./,

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This new and unusual value in an ideal family car brings 4-door No 'recent Tallahassee development ":
,\
has caused more of: a stir .

Sedan ownership within reach of new thousands than the recent ninety-fiver percent <.1... IlliJGASSETT'S: \
tax I levy"_ decision It bespeaks -
tremendous possibilities. I, r r r:

valve-bead Counties will be required to recognize .
'celebrated Chevrolet ]
Chevrolet-builder: of the full meaning of the law ?

,t/1Qaeswlra,--,a engine weather-proof cable-con requiring an anticipated, ninety-
l*.e"1 Sue lime trolled brake, and a host of other five per cent collection of the tax I t 1
adds that .
now to .
the fine feature And being a Chevrolet roll. Some have heretofore bud 1 .
""""W* losaraf ad i-eyl- the basis of an expected
P $ geted on I
it remarkably little to ,
"kkr costs cent '
4doorSedan.. $40 collection M low as sixty per
operate and maintain. We invite This means forty per cent of the I .

The rich finish and trimly tailored you to see this latest evidence taxes levied are not expected to be
Is the
collected. A higher levy
linea of of Chevrolet's ability to supply
the Standard 4-door' Sedan result. Those who actually pay

Suggest a l higher price. Roomy and Ll.IJ1o/ .S WUk America with "Economical TransporUtion their taxes therefore carry a bur- t;' t3i
flint J.lkA.u6 *
at cent than
today.CHEVBOUT den forty per greater
too'enient it i.i ". and tin .
quality car btunprrt tpan should. They retry: the burden
they
throagboat with 1 eIr.She tut price it 18.00 MOTOB CO.DETROIT.MICH. of the delinquent.-the forty I
Body by Fisher eddidaa.1. Prices auhj.d to C-- C__',,- ddiw.e r- .+- not
Fisher No Draft ventilation the Jean"."'' -,-. CM..C._. Ac-.lJIJ... per' cent who may pay.
It Is pointed out that If expenditures -

are honestly based In an an-, .

ONE RIDE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS ticipated ninety-five'per cent collection x
the actual tax on all prop-

""rtie. will be uniformly lees. Census .
under the Capitol Dome Is that

CHEVROLETTorode the small tax payer who has been
hie taxes will be the greatest -
paying beneficiary. A real Job Is seen (In The' Checkerboard: Store) '

looming for tax collectors: In such
Chevrolet Co. counties. Compelled to levy oo a
I
ninety-five per cent baste they ...
..,..be. found,_going out,actually I
FLORIDA "collecting" taxes. AM compared

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tI Bradford :county Telegraph I LATE r V : BUT
Maybe You've TOO L ,.ODD --- RUE

Established

4 '__ .. 1877.._ _. __._ .. .. Heard It But I" TO CLASSIFY

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered asSecond Clas I Br Rt'Mtn.1! KAY .

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida 81'.....,... BMorlila Press Assn.Saraaota's .

JI,+- L.L._._ ... ,.._. .. Nice to come home and find that

f'E.' L. Matthews. .xaira--_,-.-Editor and Owne changes have been taking place I in alert Tribune views

.. .-. V- .. .___ ..., _, ._ n. the old home town, even with wit!> alarm. e:southward march V _

SUBSCRIPTION RATE the space of a few weeks Store of.a restless, ,homeless, horde,.that It V

In Advance Interiors repainted, new neo for want of"a Better name we have r
$1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable
Yearly ; come to term as "floaters." :. 4' sins Ttc "oooA :::
Rates Application signs, a new name on a plate glace
Advertising on
While we Advertise the charms OF'
I.: I I store window. Maybe you never and advantages of Florida to the SM6Ka c ''

even noticed these things-ban. world the Tribune cautions that 1bTAtCO V /, ,
To exempt homesteads or not to exempt homesteads ./ r,, rl ry'
;
Ing been here all the time: Glad we should emphasize the fact that 1 r.

that is the question., they painted the FERA office while the .t&te'may be a heaven. .

u"t" o- ly part of earth it ts not an earthly -
:
white with green trimming. is.1 LWit
IrlA"" part ot heaven and Is subject.toand /
A pessimist Is a who has already started counting Seems kind of sacrilegious to pain dependent upon, the sani.','o.

,the days till ChristmaH. If.*. a house any other colors than onomlc lawn that govern other _

? -. ..;.....- 0 white and green. Not nice, ocqur f parts of the nation. '.

.e to throw' bouquets at Like .every other state,, Florida, :
taUPatfout' \ "the kidnaping" these days < yourown
\ you
4 When you' < confronted'with heel"QWA" ) coca)

I have to be more specif J'' '"<-' .' newspaper; but .perhapiwpRi! ; relief problems and this, leeyy,1nflux .: !I

of ',' 4" mlssable when you are ,eeveral'! 'of unemployed and destitute .
-o M taltZA "'
'hvslruf \
Y"
r- hundred miles away and have noth_ 'floaters"' makes that 'problemmore. !tF ;

All of us should*6e more forgiving except of course,.the> ing more to do with the editing| ,,complex with k, ,additional IACY.- r

boar's./ .t. than an occasional silent wish that mouths to.feed and Idle hands to

i fi state pardoningTime 'Uq '. ...., the boys back home-will be able find 'employment. xi .

'f 0 *. ., to make the six: o'clock mall. Can The problem is a serious one and ''qnl J Mt t
f
; ''I, and tide'wait for no man, and .they're apt to run understand now those notes saying' no' Intelligent.-solution: {/:' been

him if he Jags el1TniI'. that the paper Is like a letter roti prenented, Some, counties ,make
over ',' ... home. It..; even better than a letter a practlce>ofigktherlngr these Indigents 1 1g

0 from home because It doesn't and escorting them to the

l It's dangerous.to: brag about your family tree. S Sojnanj require answering. ,Distance lends county: line to.dump them unceremoniously -

things can happen to blow it over. enchantment to the most Insignificant on;thevshouldeirs; of a
.. items. Screw worms have best
.. .... : neighboring territory which at
.r.p -- definite fascination and we read that
is'' a buck-passing maneuver
It must have seemed< like boom days again to' Miami\ with anguish that Farmer Brown only serves Aggravate the prob. bAT.TMu'M : .

Convention has found three new pests on his ." .
i yl while the Legion was on. lam.FERA ,
I 0- favorite Jersey: heifer It is de officials relief workers ,Ili, \\t. \' ,
pressing. We close our eyes and in'' other '
and welfare
agencies
The Whitney-Vanderbilt squabble discloses that fine think,how would we like It if the I states could do Florida a good : .h PI "' \Tn"to\ rat'T VIC AMTJUCAtrt SPtNO OVtO.IOO .

things don't always'go c on; behind fine walls.,. worms were gnawing on us Instead turn and perhaps save many heart Ita\ Mtlt-i'*\..w AT '$ OO.OOO ft VtM* OHUU.EKI fO0.NNti
\4
G c",", of Farmer Brown's heifer aches if ,,they would point out to WIN, KHO GtnER.(\ ( FAKl0.S
0 e '
But this slough of despond does these southbound! "floaters" the ___ d 'n__ ___ _
Some automobiles will do ninety, but it is a pretty safe not last long for there are the fact that Florida has no big mllla % ,

bet that their 'drivers will never reach ninety. more optimistic paragraphs. Poss I or, industries, that her farms and weer, out rapidly are '//It III atvX_.I I est and best equipped of all armies City Wide Rally ton the dlacusita

/. tal receipts show, a ten per cent I. grove. are. already over-manned bottom while the makers of dod; ); 'A fortnight ago, Japan and Rua- of the Prohibition Amendment tithe
R
.- 0 gain. We get in, pencil and paper and nothing but disappointment clothes, tobacco and all the things sin after long discussions came Florida Constitution.

ftI The man with big fe t'has' 'one consolation. At'least and figure out how many 1 awaits those\yftu)/ i reach! the state which have a hort life are expo;r close to an agreement whereby

knows that it isn't ;Everybody who can fill his shoes:" more stamps; will have to be licked without mean *of support, ,l fencing relative prosperity., ,' De., Japan will buy the line. A comparatively .P!':Ci.tl. M INTKIf. MAIR

before Starke Is.again a second The Tribunepoints. .out, that it partment store sale are well abfjiy small amount;; of money dtor Notice that rfrtaln Is hpro"llv.final! / decree.,n, .llml cf. UI,
for.
o clang! post ottlceV- but a bad, taste : would not discourage those.really what 'seasonal; experience (wbUlt separated the bargainers and It closure and axle' entered. by /lion, i

A man in New'YoVk= found $105;:) In a rat hole. And still gets In our mouth from so much I' determined ,rto come to Florida. I lead us to expect-these store ,',,ol f looks as if the "moat dangerous Court::1'':. Adkina nf fU-ndroi-tl as .luilce. County of the; Florldi cimi

y they want you to believe that curiosity" killed the'caf. glue Then the news that the high They will, have enough perseverance course deal primarily in' nogdtable railroad in the'world" will shortly In (Chancery In that, rpi-taln r...

"tferri"" school "chew up" committee. has : to coma.Anyway and MAKE goods. 'ff become only a harmless branch. of Johnle pendingIn Tyson sold..t. al.Court 'h..1
0 are mmphloanti. ,'
been especially active during recent places for themselves?but it would It ISD" hard to trace, the roasox the world's transport system. and Luella Ayr.. rt. III. nt,

? All this talk about"California movie 'studios moving to weeks. Perhaps It is the beginning 1 discourage thosewho, .look ,upon; back of this. It can be expresses As for the admission of Ruslato Hlvneil fer-dantH.. Hpnrlal. cane I I .No.MHM-I-187.i by the Mold. nnd| .
| d.
; Florida In causing jealous wives here some sleepless nights. of the turn of things. Florida as, asylum, ready to fur. in two words Government the League, It ,will Immensely ore anpnlnted. will sell to the hill

** t i What we need is bigger and bettet nish,them>a-, ftoeelIvlng. spending. Government Is""i dealing increase that .body's power In pre. "Mt didder for raBh In" from 1 nr I it
; ;-o- "cheer up" committees, Just so i!" e.: out billions for relief throxigh'itlti venting and settling International Mouth house. In door Htarke of the Florid( "unly rturlnj Court n,,

Someone has said that ability is a poor man's wealth, But they keep out of sight until we've' While 'Misnl may grumble over various agencies and,the"bvukj'\ l ol arguments and in enforcing peace. legal hours. of sale nn Mnndiiv Novemher >

''a It doesn't do him much good until he gets a chance to showIt. had our morning coffee. (Travel the problem of contributing' toward this money goes at-once'Inta'tucr Whether you like'communism or .scribed 6th lands 1934 situate, the follon-ln In ni-adfor'"*'d.
note: There are really people who the building and. maintenance necessaries as food.'cloth1n&.tI1el."' not. Russia Is the largest of all County Florida to-wlti xwv3KV o
do not drink coffee in the morn. major powers in both area and !' r of Re.tlon 13 T\vp. R XnutliHunce !
111.r of velvet highways throughthe Almot none of it Is uaed.fop'purpose 11 Kast. together with II
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t 0 Ing. Spooky we 'call It.) And virgin woods of unpopulatednorth which would stimulate- the population. She really wants tenements heredltamentii" and IP

lYaven i where else but In the hometown and west Florida counties, production of heavy ftidufrtrles peace-not for humanitarian reasons purtenances.
The Winter Herald 'says that you can say one T. F. I.ANDUUM.
r paper could we learn that.a certain these roads are even more important People who after long-tlnem4loy- but because her gigantic Internal As. Special' >lai.t,r rKN1OHT
thing for politicians who handle public money-they can take blushed In &: KNIOHT.Attnrneya .
school
high girl development program requires
to her than the highways of ment get three or fout.doll r a for Plaintiffs
11,5, It. '''w English class the other'' day. and her own county. day buy food and clothlng-.bul the concentration of all her 10.19.3t, \ -ll&-1

0 that another young lady is wear Over these Broads, in endless they don't buy new homes, automobiles resource. at ho.ie_.h9 can't afford --
ing a diamond, on her, left hand 1. r bound motorist or motor boats to fight. NOTICE] TO nRRTOIII AMI
City bourier thinks that the Spanish child have subscribers who stream'Mlamf CRKW1TOHM
The Plant I And yet we speed southward In ease and com- ''The problem ,the government ,.. 1 1JLAWTEy. Nc.tlu'la h..hyh'.n( to all crrifim

who was born with five arms is.well: equipped for hitch hikIng. stop their paper when they leave. fort. The rpaci to'*Miami passes faces now Is to" bring .the heavy }NEWS ( of the Blatate or OourgnHlnson \I
town and.renew when they return. I and deceased. to present i you
stand. through ,.slxtyVseven counties Industries up to' the level reached Sunday October 28, Is "Rally claim to County Judge. fur aiipro'

a ..: 'j 0 Just could think open: up A new on the hot dog corner of i it' pays a mighty. dividend to the by the nondurable'';goods ...industries. Day" and "Loyalty Day'" at, the val first. within publication eight hereof months or from.oemIIh.1I th

i' and "Magic; Ctty,1eTraveling ; It'lls starting;,to attack Grace Methodist Church. In the be barred an. provided by 1 he
Madison Streets
Call and theywouldn.t '
A woman .Niter says that the. fair sex doesn't like Mae over state roads Five that problem-and ae.v1t. firs! morning the Sunday School will you are also\ not U led to paY .1
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know a thing about itt! money owlnato the Estate lo Ib
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West It's pretty.Hard to find a male admirer of Clark Gable (Political note; Everybody' either i and Nineteen last week, I counted step Is giving industry Itself poo'rcontrol observed a Rally Day Program..In undersls'ned.pated' .
its'own attalrs''tein October lit! l<3f.
"!. home doesn't 'own'-'a $88 foreign cars. ,,carrying an average over connection with'which will be'Roll a /
or
too. owns a BBTBU
home. Therefore everybody 'Is *of tour perslns, mostly Legionnaires It has,.enjoyed; for almost two Call of Church members. 'At .ci,HINuNrl:,f i .r,!

t" o from Southwestern years. The NRA "reorganizationIndicates' 12:00: there will be a brief Quarterly 10.n.&t.)1.1I..
[41 I' either for the Homestead Exemption i
(1G Folks who are Dusy'reforming others shouldn't lose sight Act <>r against the Homestead : states ''who found this route the the trend.. The perlod'ofIts and Trustees meeting for I 1:01: .,THE Cind'IT COVRT. BH\B
Is r.
of the fact that they could stand a few minor improvements Exemption' Act.) Quite a degree : shortest and jnost convenient. dictatorship apparently:" jov I electing Trustees and granting FORD roi-NTV. t'l.oHint. i
Its new board Includesractuis- ,,
''1. of satisfaction in finishing the Other istato, highways through I them power to borrow money. At fHAMCKBT.
themselves. 1,200 of Boswell's "Life of Georgia'. : outlets and down the central dustrlallatH who will D* ,.yMiJa- I 7:30: in the evening there will be James Holllnarsworth, a minor ntl hf
pages Annl. Holllna-a worth, his
thetlo to the wishes probftwa
o part ofthe) state and east anfl
Samuel ,Johnson. Try It some-' friend.
J Dante's ) must have been'' carrying: much of other Industrialists.,lAs! ajJat; CLKRKH Ann INKPIHTOHHOU.MKRAL Plaintiff, .v
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Hollywood Is getting ready to film "Inferno. time. But skip the letters-they vs' N
tar of fact all late RooaeveK,1:appointments : ELECTION: *
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: heavier traffic all Miami bound.
t J. J. j.rnbY'. et al.
was
The finished product'\should give some folks a chance to look are pretty boring.Johnson Road crews who smooth the < have been j'comparatively Notice In hereby riven that the Defendants.
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his friends about Board of
always writing to County Cniinntimloneri of Case Ne. iusores :
their future home.A .- II ilL Eacambla, Lee Du. conservative' ,experimentalists Bradford County Florida In
wl over. his gout or his shortness of breath rough spots have been given little I .........Ion resembled appointed regu the .f PiikllratloaTbe
o and you already know plenty of val and every other county are engaged I I named Pomona to aot-'as State of Florida:
I In maintaining the "Roadto or nothing :.i' t- : and Innpeciont: for the vari '.To- Eva KIllLin. and J. "W. KIIIlM
to talk ,
dog does most of"its. sweating on its tongue. It is people who are- willing '. The be.t guessers are now say & precincts In the said County far herr husband of. W..y..vlll.io.,1/
Miami'?? ,Guard, rails, highway r Emt.DB.k.ll
about their ailments. There really I II"r General Election' to b. held No- Carolina, and H. J. Crawford "
t rather surprising that some human tongues don't break out Is nothing very new. in the world i markers.firm' 1 shoulders and ing I that the NRA'!.will wilt gradually > .. Sth.' A D. 1934. Columbia: ;: The, a Fi-dtn f.rela,
banked all to hasten retrench, and voluntarily rllnqulsh *- clnrt No. 1,, Lawteyr O. H.
curves serve
p'ln..II.81, l phVof
r Into occasional sweat. Johnson againsthoarding corporation with Its |
an was preaching .. '
,. I his south mottfot its power It will ( .rk I'.s.. 8.' Austin T. T, buslnesa Columbia South IV
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the tourist on Journey ;
,, 1 back in the 1700s. "A Wlarkburly" and Halll Jones. In-
0 have less And\ less to say about ollna.
a fact which Miami. St. Petersburg [ xpootorn. ItPr .
'if' man. said the' Doctor "cpnnot : should be will cln<*Wo. *, North 8tark- A. R. You and each of you takethat null
hw business run. ;
A word to the wise'Don'twait; until 'you '''get in' the Palm Beach and other famed friend
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make'a bad use; of his money so I Moor Clr1! rkt I Wllmor T. Holx..n- the plaintiff. by his next

1t t, booth to read over the general election ballot-that 1st unless far as regards society If he does i' resort ;cities .should e e not overlook; ,' be ministrator..more of an It umpire seems than'that an the ad .tom dorf.t., Innpaotori.l'rrlncf: klckllt.r. and r. It.,,A.N, .w. has bill In-of the complaint above entitled aralnst caws you seek film

not board it It in In general hog the foreclosure of tax. liens'" ore
want to be late'for l lunch. No. 3,. Anuth Starke: W.
r you better to spend than to With all the confusion In con-, only thing it will certainly retainis B. Blblcy. Clerk; Russell! a. MtiRa the followln. described premliwi inBrgfjd.County
money
0 nectlon with the Homestead its power over wages, hour Ellis Hulllyan I and B. I. Thoma" !' Florida to-wit:
: give It away; A man who proposed conditions. InspectorPrecinct*.. -' "tots o..8. 11, 11 in Hubdlvlslonj t
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dr!; A Legionnaire"and'a woman visitor met at a Miami information spends his money Is sure he is doIng Exemption Amendment, one : and working ",0. 4. Graham: W. T...r.. .- NEW of Be*. It-two. 7 of S.NE's, R.' ":
be clear ...-.r Ever, Cl rkj John Burrency. .. T. and all ot the NWVi -,
to perfectly II>
with It he is not thing ought! ; TOWII
were so Section
i' booth and married a few minutes later. Wonder good ; sure I Abernathy' and J. A. J. McKinney pf Road of. said
when he gives it away." It just to the otherwise perplexed ,voter)I"" ,, During the past fewV k., Jn:.:p.ctor, .: and; Range. *
c. :.' If they got reliable Information 1 ._....eyt, ." occurred that perhaps the wisest no matter how he marks his haUof three major events have seriously PreclnnnNo.' Hampton! t. J. It la'ordered that foil. lilid''< uch
Wynn, "rHI" (I. John. M I. Wa. of adpgr
Q -- ""He*' Investment a young, man can make : he has positive/ assurance from affected the jittery European and ternon,end .Wi. E.!: Thornton Inonec- to you darlt.rbY"required::' ::' : t'i In old';

} "Love in these unsettled times Is to I both 'proponents and exponentsthat Asiatic situations.. Two of the tore ** -. cause on Monday.. November .1.
Dryden reckons hours for pay .
: months and days for Precinct No e? Th. .Ml'. B. L. 19S4. otherwise the bill of cnmplixnl
the girl friend's kid brother, a quarter his vote la cast for the sole vents definitely aid the maintenance -. Hlrmon Clerk; A. L. Mulllvan. Prank will be taken us ronfesned by you
p years. And the Irate'parent reckons the time it takes love to get out of the'room. (Lit benefit of the bold bad .bond. of world i peace-on* deflnItaly : Oola-cr V aod,..CA.. Youncblood. Inpectam. It Is Ordered that this notice bo published

4e 1 to say "goodnight" as too darn long. erary note:' Shakespeare in "King holder The question however remains : point toward wary" I Precinct. Vo<><,,*T.,' New Rivers E.' -T t weeks once each In Bradford week tot.County 4 cnnnic"live V'STaph. 'I.-

.'G'n' Lear." Act 1. Scene) IV- has one -.shall we take the tax OFF The last came from Italy when Kelly ,Clerki/rrank Merrltt. H. It. a newspaper. publish."! inBradford |
s -_ Andrew, and formic Kelly.': In- Florida. witeerlily
charaet' called another a "base andthe answer is,YEs. JI I Due announced'that every I pectore. ",: s ,r .. nan*County and the official ""' "'
i They have just'dug, up the bones of a dinosaur which foot-ball player." Who would ii'n .'" .-;*> Italian citizen will be given army Precinct No 8- Brooker >J. R. said Court- at dfarke.. Rradfed., ,
es Molt, ClerkDflV: 4>reen. elyd.I County Florida this B1t1l lay. of eep!>
had a one-ounce brain and a fifteen-ton body Well we don't have thought the game was that eatmsssB raining...from the age !of 8 to Sit Con.,. and 1H.' CTalney. Inspectors. temner.' A, D. 1904.UFVIClAt .

$t' \ know anybody who;has a fifteen-ton body but- old West's T) new Only picture objection was ,that to Ma she En !m is. Highlights Iffaaeg ..In Children juvenile of batt&liou.'wf11 slght*"will be enlisted be subject I I nf BradfordjCoonty 1. L.CoiinyrCommlMlcmere.Conner, Chairman. Florid.Board. (( A.As J.,Clerk MEAL THOMAS ol) Clreult, Court,

'J\' 0 only sang "My Old Flame" II ,(laelastTlal-News'lUvlew; ) II to the Influencej of martial I Att..t. A.. J. .!T OMA, .ca.rk. Bradford County, Florida."
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le.ll 11 ,
{. The straw ballot fiends are attempting to show that the through one time. Quite a shockomlng .plrit.i. As they grow older'they Vrl / 10-S-St-U-J. _

h New out of a movie house where will '.b* given intensive training to ""
\ Deal is declining in popularity but they should listened : .......$.. Tfc.. AMfee ... Dtoaeerails. '
art. of The
finished In the war.. announcement
the Grace Moor had Just ......... C->s, sutel Ta. NOTICE
:iii, affected towns holler every time a relief office Is 'moved,. a masterful manner the high spots .nisi .. Hv.rr .*(......_K*. caused many European headaches .

''Jr.(oj. U -o ,rf "Madam Butterfly" and running f/earl.. ..c ersu...... .......a *- Y Mussolini for an Ida Notice I. ... ; m0e
,-- 1_....... a.- .....- et-r'riven that th.'following' described Ian" .or so::
'** : smack Into an automobile raUo tit. speeches concerning peace I* dan thereof a. will be ...,......y ta.pe.ytbe. amount due for.tax.e. sereln 1eoppoalt.
,""W. The buslness"man, keeps a' framed motto;;over' his desk U BOW to the same, Qir.t1.r.. with| cost of .uch ..|. end ..oIvnt"Ii; /
"' intoning "Oh You Nasty Man. Ask the president of your local gerous. Italy overpopu- will b. cold' .t eebll..netiot 0" .he .auk ,of Nov.mbool". /
; saying J'Do It Now. 'But thls'doesn't apply when he gets Maybe! JM .. an wrong after alt I,cement or lumber: company how lated, cannot produce enough1 to etarkq. the C.vatyof. B....,....... 'day .

i I<' home and his wife asks him> to ,fix the hinges on the'b .ek -at least the comparison was odlus. business Is-and the chances. .... adequately support her people.Yet BE/CnIPTOf: see Tp.. II..,_ OWOlER: Ts-
door. > A short while at: the beach that he will it Is bad... Ask Mussolini offers:,, primes*,for: large ,N' of \ of '
4 J say Nwte'.E. rfT'
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tSO a n ...
tat I X ,has convinced us that ,the arguments the owner of,'a retail store the families/ heavily taxes, bachelors, % o. I'fW"' ..,......,__.._. ._ a, f tg "S.H :P.JCIIU .
-0;- are about ten to one againstnudism. sam question-and.<( unless .your la .relentless enemy of birth con-: ,: m ,. of NW, ..' 8m .... "

ry f .I. Doctors say than a little mustache worn on the upper lip There are at least ten community Is well below the national trot;: He waats' lOON Italian.* *,'i' ; '' ,
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I is a' help in'keeping germs from the mouth. However 'more people who look better with ,averageof business conditions when their country can't take care *v s by ua yj m! i yr.,s* 32 ,,10 <'D1(.. Stern.ker. --., 1111
away be Com on ralT At at SW for .,....vs
than one who, looks better with- that of them. The answer can only .f
t he will doubtless say or land owned, bT :Mrs '"i "" V'S
f some of the specimens are hardly bg) enough,for a germ to : ut.\\ In other words, cloth coy trade 'U I good," and ,U constantly conquest. It. M. Wella *. rDIi N MO i.",' 1"\1"\a ,"" .
light on. I ir a multitude of sins. Not that better Happier''' event are found la the .n to intuit of A. I. Al- ..'w" ." ,..,;j.::,.. '.:'V ,
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e> gutting n( ..varestnenoeW'. lo ,,,' ; ''''''''''' i.
1 0 I we ran Into any ,nudist colonies, A* Paul i MsJloo.. the well known solution( .of the Chinese Eastern Alvare: hnte) til ftthence ', ', ,..,; -., -
but modem. bathing suits are scanty Washington correspondent recently railway, problem, and the admittance B IlSift tn fall '
jti i A Wisconsin man left his automobile stuck in the mud I 5t.thene. K on"Pa II at *'
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enough to give a rough of Russia Into the League ( .. ,
; you put itr 'industry Is doing nothing 0 ilokl* be"J" Ww<* W ft.U
f and when he returned the scene his car was.gone. The &d.*. Why did they' used to end worth talking about, the business Nations. The Chine)' railroad, <-?om '_. lir.NW_Cor:. _of_..San._Ha" S U' W tr.fp*.f' Edwards.. .-- -

'; ungrateful fellow,didn'f'appreeUte the favor that someone letters "Tour moat obedient"and generally to. better than 'yon Jointly( owned by Japan. and R.... derson laneHoaan. ',- : : tR f"""'. '
.' nost<< tumble servantt"V ,Moat of think." In August the durable eta" ha been! a constant source qt Alley rum IT' on _let '. .... .\S' ( ''e '
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had done him. Lane n' ft. W l't')
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the' time the'' writer wasn't humble trouble. threatened to seta. .
goods Industries were operating at Japaa AU.y.' t.Dr. .
I ;y 0Rit -- and If anyone else had called about: sixty-seven per cent of nor- the line-and Russia concentrated : .n:: -1lrr.nr'o be: in catStark. /
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him servant it would have been divisions tank .
One of our readers whose subscription expired several a maL, (Normal mean the averageif army artillery On. lot four!: to ft W of '
pistols at forty pace Perhaps w* th. year* .Q months ago came I irt to"renew, it this'week and said that she Ian* A. Hogan .
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are growing more sincere If to** ) goods producer touched ninety mated that If Nippon tried to ctliry Ron K itT ft. W lift.
,' 't was ."simply lo t" without the paper We only hope that nor iambi*. Which Is right In Hn* per cent and the trend was up- out her threat she would have :i ':io'nIlA nr: nlfn

(:t ,,,,,,, .delinquent!! subscriber gets so far lost he can't find his way to with the modem theory that the rard,; ,Jta other.wonIa. ,;concernsnattlag a war oa her hands,.. .Today, frhea 'said Alley.-.. h.thence"en It to '
the Telegraph offioB. -r "'""" ..,., ? ,?, apotogetlc! .JD.oII..t exchange .a cement,'steel: motata. turn the bear snarl. It moans SQ'Mof lea to Cta.k.,22 e, It -'. Dr' JII. L 'Bl..e ---

: $10 gold: plate. ,for.efW. .blUItF.i .w.,:; .twr and other ptbdtldta'WHUCh7iea- ;.talaj=: "Rtmld .he. one tile "* ,";".. ;Jt xl+soli'ra4: 'Cttltect/r'ef' ="Bri'dfer;; c.. ", n ,TAo

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