Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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=Estabhs h ed 1871 Subscription-I..or Year $1.50: Sb l\loMhs. 75e-Payable In Advance E. I... Matthews. Editor and. Owner i't':\ '
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Voters Ex pee t d Hallowe'en Grow Reporter Much Pranks Milder, I'Court To Oper Employment Wednesday lie Open'OfficeTo Next Here Week Sholtz Gives Johns and 'Roberts '1: fl I !1 i'll

To Swarm J Polls;;; The, special-reporter put on With 28 Cases Lamar c: Levier, District' manager Audit FiguresOn Will Vote "Yes"a I. :! ,;: '

the Telegraph; to cover \ National Reemployment Ser.

activities says that it was an vice of Gainesville, will be in

Interest Mounts s usually quiet evening: So quiet, For Grand Jury Starke on Wednesday, November ExemptionDeficit : .
fact, that be went to sleep on 7, during the hours of'9:30: a. m. 111 tl

Job about midnight and I until 12:30: p. nvt He can be located On Amendment i'

Record-Breaking Ballot For Oft let the air out of his left, rear Sroby Trial On Docket Foe: Fad at;the old Re-employment- office Not As Lnrge As Estimated : I
tomobile tire. There wasn't a bli'Call Street
Tear III Forecast For Term-Juror* Are \ By Opponent _
gle false alarm on the city Selected The National Reemployment Of AmendmentTALLAHASSEE
Tuesday Bradford And Union Iti'prmM>ntatlvr -
sirens to disturb the peaceful Service maintains".,district officeIn Wires Governor Sholtz
Give Views on
record-breaking off-year vote Just as old timers believe Twenty-eight cases! will be pre Gainesville to serve this city Governor e 6 steed Exemption r, ,t
A our winters are getting and county.and' while Mr. Levier Dave Sholtx threw bomb-shell '
for next Tuesday a
forecast here to the Grand Jury here I
IB and warmer, so Hallowe'en la here he will be glad' to Interview
the Homestead Exemption Into the ranks of those opposingthe
as Interest in Monday as the Fall term of Circuit THINK{ IT WILL PASS
Act reached its peak this seem to be getting milder applicants who have registeredwith proposed homestead exemption .I

and moat of Bradford Coun milder. No longer are cows opens according to an an- the service:fts well as those amendment when he released offi- -

week 1,500 qualified voters made lessly parked In the high by States Attorney A. who wish to register cial figures as complied by State 1. ',.. Johns Says Opponent Are Too'Charley

ty's to the polls bright and auditorium. Perhaps one Crews This Is an unusually Auditor, Bryan Willis showing High On Estimate of
plans go Is that It ia so bard to find a Sales Tax!
that the revenue taken from the id
early. large number of presentments, Mr.Crewe Inquestin -
here will Join nowadays. Will Hold tax books as a result of the passage -
The State to decide I said, but there are no murder of the amendment would total : EX Johns, Bradford i
of the
with voters contained in cases, moat of them ,being over $9,000.000 including city, County representative in the 4.5
momentous questions constitutional Red Cross breaking and entering assault and Prison Murder county and state. The estimate state'' legislature, this week announced -'
the seven proposed his Intention of voting for
battery and
which are Hated on driving while drunk. was made on monies assessed and
amendments The case of Mandel Scoby, Tam- not on collections. Investigation the Homestead Exemption Act In

.wenty-elght the ballot. There X'. to> will mark.be, but only the To Begin pa ball bondsman accused of aidIng Attorney I revealed that on the basis of actual wgrub? r the .General Election next Tues r ,
State' Will Hold v
in ,the escape from, the State collections, as recorded by the day.
in size ,
ticket is one of the largest Investigation At' Halford Mr. Johns issued the following: ? ;G
Farm of Harry Sitamore, I United States Department of Com- ry
used in many yean.Complimentary votes_ will be International Jewel thief,,.Is on thelocket Today merce In their report July 21, 1034 statement.: t
!Membership Last Year and will "I have been continuouBly'a.k. (
probably come up an average of thirty-six per cent
cast for Democratic nominees for Increased Fifty Per trial early the following week. A coroner's Inquest Into the of the taxes of the state was delinquent ed, to.take a stand for or against 'e

state, county and district offices, Cent This case was postponed at the death of Omar Wilson, life-termer which would Indicate that the much discussed Homestead

but major interest In the election Spring term of court because of from Putnam County who was the actual amount removed from Exemption Amendment. I wish to

centers on the amendments, chief Volunteer workers for the the Illness of the defense counsel. stabbed to death In his cell at the the revenue by the passage of the say that I am not for or against iy

of which ia the proposal to exempt ford County Chapter of the Scoby is now under a 913,000/ bond. State Prison Farm last Friday, amendment would be slightly over, this amendment and I feel as If the

homesteads up to $9,000/ In valua- ican Red Cross are making The following venire of thlrty- will be held today,* according to $5,000,000. Opponents have been people of Bradford County and the 4

tion from taxation.The now for the annual Roll Call jurymen was selected last weekto an announcementby, State's Attor trying to create the Impression N. E. Roberts, Union Count: state of Florida! are capable of decidtnehls L

first amendment would require bership campaign which opens : serve\. as grand and petit jurors: ney A. S. CrewSJ) that the loss would be in excessof representative and vlce-presldem grave question forthemselves

the legislature to reduce the Armistice Day, Sunday R. B. Thomas F. M. Norman L. F. Chapman superintendentof $15,000,000, or three times the of the Bradford, Baker and Union However, If I feel onNovember '

lumber of judicial circuit: In the 11 according to a statement S. Austin, E. R. Bowers, Ira the prison, ,..J/ednesday night I amount the actual unbiased figures district of the Home Owners 4 as I do now, I am goIng .

State from twenty-nine to fifteen. by Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Wilson G. W. Roberts,.J. H. Sax- would not make public the name show.While League, has sent the following telegram ,to",vote for the amendment.

The second amendment is the man of the local chapter. J. C. Padgett T. J. Terry Em- of the suspected assassin, but It,, Governor Sholts has consistently ; to Governor ShoHa: ','O ponenta of the amendment ,

Homestead Exemption Act. WO,.assigned to this chapter >ry C. Lewis, B. Y Saxon, R., E. Is believed that the search has refrained from taking "Your statement to the press ha ve"tried to scare people with t

The third proposal would strike 100. and Mrs. Wainwright Lee Green, James J.. Thomas. J. narrowed down to one or two of sides In the controversy, and in re- meant to be fair, but has been die tallf,about a ten per cent sales tax.I .

the prohibition clause from the there Is every indication that W. Slstrunk, W. T. Crosby, Lacy R. Wilson's fellow prisoners.The leasing his report stated that It Is I.a borted. Public sentiment of rnjilstrlctas ltitvethat no such tax will be

late constitution.The goal will be reached If not Edwards! George M. Alderman, prisoner' was stabbed near matter for the people themselves vice-president of HomiOwners' neoosnafW. We have only to look

fourth amendment would ed, during the roll call Luther Grlffls Ray Andrew., BIrt the heart with a pocket knife and to decide during his campaign for League Including Bradford to nnta'vedi and Insufficiently taxed

give; state's attorneys power to file "A fifty.per cent gain In rlinson. 1. M. Murrhee, C. G. Ma- died before he could give any information I Governor be expressed his approval Union and Baker Counties big business and utilities compasses

direct Information., except In capital bership was reported by the John H. Redgrave. Jerry M.Jorman about hU attacker. It I of the exemption of homesteads overwhelmingly> favoring amend to fled..,\:.least half of the) revenue) s 'q

punishment cases, without referring tional organization for last J, F. Colley F. F. Flume, Is thought that robbery of a small and there Is no reason to nont, enl people are reaentlni needed ,to, )Replace taxes on homes. 1 .
the matters to county Mrs. Wainwright said today. "' \t.\ O. Harrell. B. E. Hall, Dalton amount of money owned by Wilson believe his opinion has changed. base: distorted newspaper state "u opponents of the amendment

grand[ juries. organization did not suffer a ; Robert C, Cone E. J. Lew- furnished a motive for the crime Following la the Governor's ncnts." would'b*;: fair, they would admit ,

The fifth amendment intendedto ous loss In members at any Is. W. Mitch Edwards, J. L. Silcox, Wilson was sixty-one years old statement i ............. that the next legislature will seek 'lother
eliminate the "local bill" evil in during the period of stress; Arthur H. Hall Adam Green W. and was serving< '' life for murder means to replace part of this

the legislature would give the legislature decrease as occurred was i P, Smith In Putnam County... 1 j I I "During the past few weeks I Plant i Fail loaf' ...ven.... ). myself will not
received of letters a.kInc City t
have scores ,
uniform II '
establish a ,
power to last year, and the response to 1i I and X believe that no other representative I
system of government for roll call this year Is expected to ..;; i for my opinion as to the merits or senator will consent

cities and towns, classifying ,them well up toward the pre- of the proposed homestead exemption to a sales tax higher than, live.percent 4

according to population. 1gureIdamedlUtely" Everybody Knows About, The -Tliree Pig, amendment and also To Elect Member exempting basic' foods; fi
The sixth proposal would exempt after I many requests specific "The ten per cent sale tax Is, 'c s
motion picture 'studios and Roosevelt was Inaugurated But Starke Fell Heir To Three Elephants as to how much revneue -- merely a bugaboo. A sales tax will iB
would be lost to the state and other -
properties trom taxation in Florida March, 1933, the Red Cross I units the bowers There Face Altenmtlvi no doubt; be needed, but I believe
governmental by
until 1943. ed him its support and the use By H. E. LAGERGREN by snatching such candy and cakes amendment."In Of Having Appointment It will not have to be higher than
tion of the proposed ,
The seventh amendment affects : all its facilities, and over and that the kids were eating. They !Made For Them halt the lexy predicted by opponents 4
(Continued,On ,Page Eight) again the federal government It is bad enough to have one ele- went from house to house begging matters of public welfare of homestead exemption."

called on the Red Cross for phant on one's hands, but how for slops; they ate the solid parts and public interest where the people Plant ,City last week failed to N. B.. Roberts, representative '

ation. Disaster relief and about having three-like measles, and squirted the liquid at the don do not have an opportunity to elect a grower member of the control From:.Union County' and vice- P :

Health Committee and rehabilitation for veterans 'e"I'whooping cough and mumps all ors' faces, like u not. express themselves It Is entirety committee of the Florida president of the local Hoots Own-
for the Governor Chief
and sailors are a at the same time? I proper ers' League district has sent the i, .
soldiers The citizens tired of the nuisance Executive of all the people of the Strawberry Marketing Agreement .
all sortsof
ent national responsibility of During the cycle and emptied their vials I of Disagreement over the method of following statement to the Telegraph ,
State to act for them and on occasion ( ;
In Starke,
Ready For Action Red Cross;' Mrs. Wainwright burlesques place wrath on the unlucky police chief, to for them accordingto (election'developed at a meeting 'for publication\ r
having speak
to -
A. J. Thomas will again a small show came town till be lost flesh and cultivated of their held for that purpose and growers' "First, you might be surprised
Roll Call as a main attraction, three his best understanding to know of the real !.
of the : the percentage
as chairman dark rings around his eyes. A professor and Interests."However adopted a resolution laying that
wishes their
year and E. L. Matthews will young elephants. Just as it was In the High School said hey wanted to elect South Flan estate that yet remains on the) tax '+t

Mr. Inman Appointed President chairman\ of publicity, it was about to pull up stakes for somo that he had read ''that the only i when a proposition da's three grower members at s books at this time. In other a' {
to the
submitted sov-
To Take Place Of Mrs. town the sheriff levied uponIt has been
other of raising
thing an elephant was afraid of theirleet.lon central meeting Instead of elect- words, the present system p
State for
Burn. ResignedMrs. BROWNIE GAINEY'8 PAL for unpaid debts to a non-resi was a mouse With a cutenessworthy erlgn people of the should be InC one each from the districts of money to run your state and ;
I believe
LIKES FLORIDA dent. The show people managedto of a, Roosevelt' bralntrus- their-own ;Plant City, Bradenton and Wauihnla. :county government in a financial
free to exercise judgment
Vonda Inman was recently smuggle the small animals ter be suggested> that all the 'catsIn t way has ailed. Now we must do ,

elected president of the Bradford Lonnie Fairish, pal of them when they left, but the elephants ) town be killed, tINs allowing the and Individual vote In convictions accordance without with The future course of the Plant tomethlng to restore the value of y s >,

County Health Board to eucceed Cathy, known here as and the much-patcbed tent mice to''multiply and eventuallyrun their executive' Influence or Inter- City growers remained undecld- real ;estate and to encourage our

Mrs. Edward Burns, resigned. Gainey, was sent to the State were left behind., the "pachyderm. (as he called id. The agreement provides that roung people to build homes for

The Board was organized sev- on Farm for a term of The animals had to eat and the them) away. But this plan was ference of Florida are In the event an area falls to elect :hemselven. I feel that nothing e
eral months by Miss Joyce guilty to sheriff was approached for feed "The people goIng could'; better condition: sooner ot
ago years upon pleading so strongly opposed by Druggist to a t member of a committee within : }
Ely. of the State Health Board, Orange County robbery. He for them, but "D-n the elephants, Charley Cason that It fell Hat. For to have an opportunity the several a designated time, the vacancy n a more substantial way than for r;
for themselves on X13
and since that time has been activeIn cently escaped from a he said, unfeelingly. The mayor Mr. Cason was a great lover of speak constitutional amendments at hall be filled by appointment by lome such encouragement to peo- ; '

the improvement of health con- chain gang.However. was consulted, but he passed the cats and owned six of the felines; November 6. he Secretary of Agriculture. le to build nice country home

ditions throughout the county. In Parrish seems to buck to the council, who, In turn besides, he sold rat poison, and the polls, who have made Bradenton and Wauchula have and farms, and to encourage them '
cooperation with the county said passed It on to E. P, Duncan If "Not only those to raise livestock of all kinds q'
satisfied with his lot and who would buy any there was a but all the people are entitled disregarded the action of Plant
committee, Inquiry
nurses. i life zhalrman of the street And the Nothing can extend this encour-
would rather die or serve closed season for ,ratsT best information-avail. 'tly growers and have elected
i Chief Slfas to the # t
It to
The following ,committees were I Florida prison than to go back and he passed hardware man was well stocked to how much revenue heir members to the control committee tgement more than to vote taxesrom k
and had able as '
had no recourse the Idea of no
who Thus
Kite, homes.
appointed by Mrs. Inman' to keep Georgia" had to lie up on rat traps and naturally, opposed would be lost by the adoption of ,
In touch with health problems in With Galney, who has a to "cheese It. He where the any movement that would the proposed amendment, and I Starke and Lawtey last week end to taxation will be banished
the different sections of the coun- record In this county. Parrish awake nights figuring prevent their sale. as Governor elected L.' L. Conner to representhis md the poor people of this state
believe It responsibility t their
was my '
meal for the elephants stand and see .
next via not' have to up
of section the committee.
ty and report to the nurset last spring the on
proper convicted from. A bale of hay coat In his desperation police to give It to th.m.'Appreclatlnl' homes sold for taxes to the
to come
the regular meeting to be held bank at Patterson. Ca. chief had a conference with the resourceful that the most reliable I. .
$1.25: and one per day was barely ; .tate of Florida and be .able in no
here Georgia OFFICE LOOKS BETI'JlRWorkmen :
once a month: still In prison In alive, Cons table"Malley Jones.Mr. and dependable Informationof
enough to keep the to prevent IL" ? r
Starke Mr.: W.. J. Epperson, I and he could not be expected to Jones advised him to round up this j character Is available this week put the fin- way i .

Eastern Star; Mrs W., E. Middle- SAFE DRIVINGThe for It out ol his own pocket.He some,negro tramps'pick out one through the State Auditing Department thing touches on the local FERA 'MISSION HALL
ton, Methodist W. M. S. Societies; man on foot is the II pay studied the town ordinancesand whop had been' with a circus and I I 1 requested Mr. Bryan fflce that has received a com-

Mra. L. D. Vlnlng.. Woman's Club; half of the fatal found nothing against "domes give him the job of herding the I Willis, State Auditor, some weeks >!ete renovation both Inside and "The Tree" was the subject and
of nearly
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, County Tuberculosis dents caused by automobiles. animals", roaming the streets; elephants on vacant lots overgrown ago to prepare an estimate with utside.. The exterior has been 101' a Bible Study! what Tree could

Chairman;: Mr.. A. J. Grlf- larl'e'part of these accidents tic a lawyer and was told thatIn with weeds.; The man to I the Intention of passing It on to painted white with green trim- .be of so much Interest as the "Old i v.
Br! Schools and Business Men's rural highways. he saw of the world elephants keep whatever children would pay the people and I have now received lings and now presents an attrac- lugged Cross": that has meant so ,

ClUb; W. L. Wall.. City Council; cur should on there be so many of lOme'parts were counted as ,,domestic him for ride. on the backs of the his report estimating that the tlve appearance. The grounds such to millions who have ..ccepted -

Dr. J. w. Brownlee, ',Dentistry; fatal accidents on country animal.; so the chief: turned the elephants. loss of revenue would amount to round the house have been plantd -- the gift. .. made there for their ;

Doctors, Starke.-Mlddleton, Brat- The chief reason Is that loose to pick up what they Good advice t The,. very next $9,123.834.77; of this amount the with shrubbery and grass IhI. pIn

ley Parks and Dim: Doctor., pedestrians fall to observe the brutes could find along the streets and I night the chief kept watch at ,the state would lose $934,933.84 as follows ,---.1.IN I the Illustration the "tree" was

Lawtey, Carradlne and Brown; sic rule, "walk on the left unencloeed lots In company with water tank, and when a freight : 40 AND PARADE I raasformed into crosses three and s t
Lawtey, Mr..',A. M. Lewis, Mrs.M. traffic." At night the and hogs. train stopped he nabbed half a "Pensions Health Prison, Tick then the entrance to ,heaven 'be.

B. Plummer and,Mrs.: O. W.JI.oberts facing should either carry a light the The cows elephants were very .gen dozen darkies One of them bad Eradication, 68797019. ,Among the Starke visitors to ame free. It was a beautiful tl

; Brooker., :Mr-: and ,Mr*. er article of white to the home of a been with a circus. "One mill school., threequartersmill the American Legion Convention tudy and conductive to much
p- E. MC Oauley Mrs.. McKenxle Ins wear to some make himself more : tie. ;One known came for her resolute dis "Does dls nlggah. know how to I free textbook. .for schools, at Miami last week were N. D.fainwrlght nought and meditation.,
; lady
Mrs. B. F, Hazen; Hampton Mrs. visible to the motorist and ,; She shook her apron at handle bulls, what youatl calls\ I244.M3.95. Jr. and Floyd Green Mr. and Mrs Tulley Norman
I:. A. Edwards, Mrs. Waters and ber-be 'should always walk position.and said "shoo!" This having ephalunta T Lewd boss, data me "The balance of loss ta revenue, both of whom are Voyageur Mill. wltb' a small Rosewood Church
Mrs and him Lead me to 'em!" would be attached to ire 40 Honunes et 8 Chevaux. .
Home; Th.rssa, Mr. side.STARKE I' she belabored him with middle name. $8488,90093 roup of pupils rendered two slmle
Mr* C. Sullivan and Mrs.D. W. the left- no effect, The elephant gently! The negro made each elephant the counties and to cities, towns 'olture Locale No. 472, Depart- sweet gospel songs): (O addition '
Moore L.Moanir her of the one ahead of as follows: tent of Florida.. They each par-
; Rising L. Mr. 'DEFEATS!! LA the broom away from her grab the tall and village to the regular sons service
and Mrs Levy Norman and Mrs. took It, considerately returnIng .I him, and the foremost one to grab "To counties. for school., $2- icipated In the grand parade rep- Samaria will be studied next Pq,
C Oeby; New River. M. *.' and hen AT SUNDAY! and handle.One a stump of rubbe pipe In the 423.937.95. renting their local.BIRTHS. reek and why "Jesus must need }
the ,
M r Wiggins. > Starke defeated Lawtey 3.2 the trio, walking down. hand of the herdsman,"and so they ; For roads $731.667.97 eel ro through" there. Many thing "

Nurses for this county are: Miss closely contested: diamond I street day spied a bundle of,canefishing went to a field where the dog fennel : For current operating! expenses, 01 Interest concerning the Samarid

Mary Lee Wynn. NortH.Bradford game Sunday afternoon. I the poled In front of a store and Jerusalem oak grew as $1,803,293 James tans will be! projected.OHT .
.... George H,; Inman South Innings were played instead of I swiped It, went to a high as beasts. He sat under a pe- "To I6B cities, towns and villages Mr. and Mrs. Irving, ._- i
Bradford usual .. .. Up to the They quietly ate it np. They entered can tree and gathered up dimes, reporting $2.858,33947( awtay. boy Oct. W. OFFICE APPLICATIONS 1
The side had but one vacant lot what have "To 85 cities towns and villagesnot Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Collins, Law. TUESDAY '
County Commissioners o< inning each patch and ate the nickels and pennies: 'ro CLOME NEXT i

Bradford County take an Important each to Its credit. vines a then yam found that the best you' front the delighted kids. He reporting. (estimated) $371- tey.Mr.girl and, Oct.Mrs.28. Robert E. Lee. Receipt of applications'for post- YI

part on this Board and are Henry Manassa did the In the ground and harvested and his charges: slept ta the tent 607.89.: muter here will close: Friday $

"*ed l Obe present' at the 'nextmeeting hand twirling for Starke, and part was the crop In a JIffY They at night. One night be "folded UMell. .and boy,Mrs.Oct., 2&Mr. OssU Prevail November 9. It baa been announced n
No- Wooten' presided at the tent like the Arab and silently + NOTICE t t8rabfnrb
will be clock on saved the owner of'a cane: patch his awtey, girl. Oct. 30. by Postmaster General Farley. 1
, Jjmber 19. at T:3O: : at the box for the visitors., :. trouble of syrup making Negroes stole away." loading said tent OR.lephants. Applications must be properly
1 employed
the Wltkovskl now
BUrke Woman's Club.., Each doc. chewing cane on the streets the No one was sorry S B. R. xecuted and oa file with the Civil
tor in the county la also asked to ADDS TO HOME stand and deliver. and "that's what rye been waiting by The Telegraph In th. cape TUEIIDAY'LEOAL! HOLIDAY eirvlee Commission la Waahlnf-
to authorizedtoaccept
, lit Present at state Plans have,been completed were the said the sheriff. Chief Kits city of solicitor and Is be received! ft
this meeting \ Small boys made friends with far subscriptions and take The Bank ol Starke will' beclos- ton, D, C. may I.
easraea will attend M well as the work will begin soon on by' picking saadspurs began to put on flesh again. and and job ed i all day Tuesday November 6, li at t the local poet office or may bad f'l'j

, tounty nures.aad reporU WIll b! a front, porch and an ...... from elephants' their schaosales. and the thus end. the "$ags-., the-Three t orders' for advertising It being kgal.Bank_nolklay.a : ,, !by writing.to- ,the.commHeloay 4'"
t IL'eof home of 0a8I. "* ,
to the
the work aecosnpUsned lacounty. room showed their appreciation. a""I.- .. ., ,, rc ,
tIIq/ .,<'- .' jf\ M.., Mf( J" Rv A._Or.eo.ssi,Walnut Street.. beasts .. :.?t wOrk.i .,,>, j"'+' ;,h i' '::'J ''''::;'','' ;'Iv f.... :\!,:::,..''i "-,," '\' ,
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GRADE NEWS the foreeloHura of a mortgage .asa JOINT RISOLU'10N JOINT RESOLUTION 1

I first lien prior and superior to the \ Joint Resolution! Proposing an A Joint Resolution to t

School--J i-Intm of you ami each of you Amendment to Article 10 of theCunHtltutlon Amend Suction 14 of propn.lnr! of '
NINTH "A" NEWS'" In cud I to the following premise In of the Hint* of Flor the Constitution of of ,!

Bradford High r I.l11 I Bradford, County Florlrt-J, to-wit: ida by Thereto an Ad.lltlnnal ,. Ih.rldR. Relating to I""
Carol White went to Jacksonville SEW o $lit:, and SIO01 8V H Aolnl to I** Known a. Ilunlclp"(o".rnme"t.. : {

Saturday.-Marjorla Johns I end :W>i of I'll' !:'4. all In Heo I 55. 8.0.Relating to Hum.- n. I H..I" l tir the Legislatureof :

went to the circus In Jacksonville Twp. 1 a.. R. .0 13. tend and Exemption ",.1. of FlnrlilaiThnt

_.::_:: d It I la Ordered that you and each of He It Hesnlved fcgr the I'gislasns Section 14 of Arlel. IU bf vp
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Saturday night." enjoyed you. u,'e hereby iniulrml tu appear of the State ., Florida the (.'oinitltutloii of of
vacation much. la said bill of complaint In sal ideanee Florida relating to county and mu.nlclpall..rn".nl.
DefeatedBy three days very 6th That the following .m.nIm.. to
STAFF Tornadoes Temperance Program November ..
i Frances Lee Peek Reporter.NINTH on Monday bill of complaintwill 10 of the l', .. of he and the same
1814. otherwlH the 'rt'I. ami amended
flalfP ._ ___.Edltor.I".Chlef Perry 13-0 Game I Presented Last Thurs.In be taken ordered a* confessed" that this by. you.no- homextead. and of II.rhln relating bv adding la a l>.eud .'.0 .and ...1 I,. sutmltted H''rothY t. Edltor.ln-Chlef It I.. further addltion.i I Section t" the eleotoii the state
WVlln..A. JCHtOrAc. "Jt :NEWS be published one each week for thereto an of Florida at the ? 1
tn Clue O.n.r.1 Kleitlonf :' c
To StudentsVarious "Hnotion 7" provId.lug
':-olhV J larwlck ,.Aut. zchaflI, We Play Trenton High; School! Chapel Kenneth Lyles.-who; hag been on 4 consecutive. week In Hiadford. lo, b*that known no a assessment for any n..pr..latv.. held In
ila.en.- Editor Telegraph, a newepaperpuhllnhed 114 or rejection Maid 4
; ,
..Llterary vacation in Tennessee County or Municipal
,' a ten day county Witness State "r .
$ Lit. l'JdltorW Here Today In said liome. notion 14 of Article III, a. umimdd
ma the
"rJorla ldarwlck.A."t.Jr. __ ElItorul Grades Give Oood Number returned last,Mondaj.-W have my hund. .and the official Bradford Html of stead.hAi and be levied the same upon le hereby shall read as follows: 3

Anderson Sports Editor < on Health And and Leota aid Court at Htarke. to Section 14. The Legislature shall
Leola submitted
.Aut. shall be
._ two new pupils ltd day of Ootooer agreed to and
paIl The Perry eleven triumphed ove Florida, this
Editor County establish uniform of I
> _.--Society the qualified I elector of the Htate ofFlorida an system
SB w'Xiwnr.' >A"at. i4oo. Editor the Tornadoes last Friday in a 13- TemperanceLast Phlpps.-Annie Mae Thornton MM. T1OMArti\ I for ratification or rejectionIn I ('nonesni municipal Iov..rnmnnt, j
JoIs Editor. has been absent far a month but A. Circuit Court. the general election to be held on which shall l be b
..lie mgll'O' -r XSiV Joke Editor 0 battle. A. Clerk: of the Where loml : I laws
races special
: week being "Health and returned Monday Bradford County Florida.KNIOHT the first Tuesday after fr.tM.nd.y 4
'"rfueVson. Jr. Ent.rtalnment I The P. H. S. boys made their KNJOH1'Allorn.YA In November A. I>. 13.Ihat for counties are provided by thelegislature
Editor Temperance. Week, the weekly; a In to say there shall. he that may h* 1..on.I.I."tth..wlth.

L- Brann.n-__ A.-t.' Enter.tainment first touchdown in the second high school assembly program con- SEVENTH "A" NEWS 10-D-ftt-U-a for Plaintiff. to Article 1A of the Constitution of 'ri.. Legislature shall bveneral
Mae Editotry of Florida tohomnsitea,1 'law classify cities. and
of re the Slate
by means r..latnl
I .rorodeFrimftrv and quarter slated of numbers from the elementary We were very pleased at having ('Ol'HT, TWPI'ITY.sixyit and .". ad. (own' according to population: andhall
LuclHelementary. Tepftrtm.fltUWIll I verse around right end for 35 program supplementedby a few days vacation from school 1>T IMCIAI. ciHnir.HUAUPOHD : dltlonal Section to be known as by general law provided for

1 oegeLJUfl10r HI ReporterUALLowEEN yards. Their second touchdownand '.0 t'''VrY, STATMOl 7" of said Article, whtch heir Incorlnr.ln. government. urIoweul
several numbers from "M.alo.
lo the high last week.-We have improvedthe II. IIIANIKHY.toule aa follow: .. duties and prlv
extra point came In the last school. Since there school a under .",'n classifications,,'
was no looks of our room by adding; Howeil Section 7. There shall be .1.ml.t- 1""a
quarter as result of a pass !and a the Complainant, ed from all .. other 'II 1< special or local laws Incor-
Friday program was given of potted "alnn. '
roup; orating cltle nr towns, providing
for .. benefits, to
31. special """
The, evening of October 40 yard run. Thursday afternoon the sixth pe plants> are growing very nicely. vs.James Frederick Howell every head of a family who la a for their government, jut.'Indict rhall Ion pjAImp'oved

people a time for gayety The Tornadoes came close to the riod. -We had a drawing lesson Tuesday Dafn"a"t.a. cItizen' of and reside* In the State ofHoiIda b.Ifw.r.pnsseit, duties by the and prl..I., ..* '
'ung affidavit defined In 1..II.I"tur. 1
at be It append'ed the homestead aa
d ptanks. a night to play Perry goal line once or twice but First on the program was announcements We drew pumpkins far Hal- : the bill filed In the above lOot the Constitution of June 5, JU., i

wltchee ghosts and fairies.tat failed to score. They had never by Mr. Gray followed lowe'en.-We have a Student mated vaiiee, that James Frederick \rl'I. .. of Florida up to the valuation t .
however. Howell the defendant therein. named of aa.ooo0 provided bow- NO SIX
evening is so called, played on such a field as Perry has by a "Health Skit"-Miss Ja- council. The members are: Mary la a lion-resident of the StAte ofFlorida ever, that the title to said. homestead A JOINT ItWHOLUTION

suse, it Is the eve of the Chris. -a sand affair that has to besprinkled cobs' Room (Sixth Grade.) Ii:. Smith, Tommy Ritch. Ralph and la a realdent. of Anne may be Vested In such bend A Joint Resolution Proposing ( t, '

of all Saints which It Norman vllle. North l'arolln.over the ace oft..nl.ona of a family, or In hi* lawful wit. Amendment, to Article IX
before can .played of the
festival Rhodes Vernon Dyal, I. therefore or. such or
Second was another skit 'MaryAnne's yearn) residing upon hom..te..1
iZ on November first. It means on. In spite of the sprinkling the Royster. '".t*:; dared that mild non-resident defendant In hnth. Constitution ida Relative of to the Taxation State of and Flor Finance j

toly and Is a time which wast at the end Luncheon"-by pupils from he .and he la hereby required t. Appioved May 17 11. tu Known Suction '
Eve players were so dusty of complaint$ filed [ aa 3-
lst. the 1
ItVhls Mrs. Rltch's Second Giade, 88 appear to bl of Article .
| aparC as Lowell expresees : of the first half that one could TENTH GRADE :NEWS In eald cause or before Monday. 1
ell by Juanita Barefoot. A. l>. 1SS4. NO. THREE lie It lleeolvril the l.ral-lnnra
to honor November,
the 6th day
all tell the Tornadoes from the held a Hallow- '
poems. hardly Next the The Sophomores otherwise h'f allegation* of said iiilwilt A JOINT RESOLUTION? of the .r Florida i -
on "FightingThe
Ie memory of- Perry boys. program e'en party last Monday at Reno Im taken a* confessed by said Joint Resolution Proposing theAmpnlmaent That the fOllwln.- amendment to

Saints-the unknown good Clgarette"-by Mrs. Wain. Those who attended had a defendant. \ of ." XIX of 'h..1 Article IX Con..tllul.n of
All The only injury was a minor one. wrlght's third grade followed by Field. As IK further ordered that this or. Constitution of A.'I. Ida, Relating, : the Mint of Florida, \ ,

st rest Mitch Edwards was hurt on the wonderful time playing games. d.I be published 'once a. week for to Prohibition. & ... Section 14 of mid Arlel. IX, *
folded deep a "Health Song" by seven of the and and the 1 I. .
God's still memory kick off but was able to go back the night was very dark four voimecutlv week In the tlrad'urd la It lles-tUed I the Legislature and .same be alt'eeu to.
did their fifth grade girls., Cutintv Telpgiaph. a. newspapermhllHheil .1..1 In .1cc.tore
who bon-fire was .., of FiridasThat "I.II.,1
dumb the mat
chilly a large \ ... '
le bravery into the game before It was over. Ightly III said County and State. at Ih.len..t ,
did After this number Ina Bishop going at all times to serves This 26th day of September Article XlX'of the Constltu- (election to h* held on the -4
The Tornadoes some good kept 13. t
I Corned blot It with a from Miss Edward's second grade to provide A. J. THOMAN lon ''u.II
tid to playing and Merrill and Mitch Edwards I a light as well as Clerk Circuit Court. as.1I.la li-rchy amended .. a* day In 1ov".h..r. 1934, for ratified-

i name; Weeks Woolen McRae, gave "Miss Willard's First Temperance I heat, Refreshments were served. PATTKN & UANORfM. 10 read .aa follows: Ion or <(1oll:

Lien of the plain heroic breed.at did outstandingwork. Pledge." They were composed of ice cream Solicitor for ComplainantiiIMbt.1OI6. .ARTICLE XIXSection "Section 14 For n period of flf. 4
James Hair, some of County teen years from the
more I _ Th Hoard beginning ofoperation
silence late when 4
loved Heavens Three girls ,from Mrs., Hart'sfourth ;nd: cake. It was rather\ n.n."I..I.n.r. of each County In motion picture studio
I are ,voricn or KI.KCTIOTo \ In anti l.lanI.t shall I,. .,..i.is.u.
than fame. grade then gave some the guests departed.-We lie State, not oflencr than once wll.1 '
Our next game is today. We of our the .t..rlt o[ HrHdrOd Court- every two years, upon, the ..1 In till on or after July
The building of bonfires; crack. out at the municipalfield "Health Rhymes" and a "Health very sorry to have lost one IYbfl the of F'orldii! tion of one-fourth of the "al'I.loa..11.1..1' let, 19.1.1, tnrlmlln-r all liin<1. build.liia .

bobbing for apples play Trenton Song" and Dorothy Manning from upils Billy Saunders who has It Known. That I. It. ,\. J'ray' "d voter of any County, eh.1 ", anil: chattel utlllaed in eon.neutlim -
of nuts and we win) Secretary of the Stale of Florid\. do ,nnd I for an theCounty and all
may provide raw ma-
loatlng in tubs of water and tell a Miss Hlnaon's fourth grade gave moved to Manatee Florida.AlKay Hereby Ilv. notice that A : In which application I nl.1 made: teilnla: Iharewlh. the fiiilmod I I proluuta _
and ghost stories, which .to reading entitled "Playing Outdoors Carlisle, ReporterBeginner EIt.Ct. KMOCTIOV In decide' whether ,the sale of In.roxlontliiaT of am\ atmllo:: anil plnntn; _
ortunes GREEN COVE SPRINGS will be held In Uiadford County, liquors I W beer well its the or
Ire now Hallowe'en customs area BEATS BABY TORNADOESThe !: Every Day. State of Florida nn Tuesday. ,,extuco.edlflr shall be prohibited I ''el' thuriuentlon filmehnll he vxemut prdlcl.. a.!

About *) News Monday In No.irembor. be bv valorem I l taxation, that t
relics of paganism. Six boys from Miss Strickland'sroom to a except no exetnptlun 3 ;
I A. IX.1034. the said Tuesdaybeing wM.ili,
celebrated Klncaid's Room majority of those at the elen Pill* become effec -
hirteen/ centuries ago pagans Baby Tornadoes lost to then gave a number entitled' Mrs. Peter (be t Ion called! tinder Yotn.I..ton. which (lye by virtue of this Am.nd'.ntahnl p -'

November first as All last Friday to "Keeping.Clean." We are reading In our "IX'I'U DCV Of NOVN'IHf shall be In the extend lityond the year 1843. -
both Green Cove Springs Books. And how we For rnlted mates "enalor. prescribed by law for hold exemption herein tviithorUedNhall '
lints Day when spirits the tune of 13-7 (at least they The following numbers were nnd Peggy have For Representative, believed to ben do them. We also up State at Lame. held. by inch _
enjoy Section shall be motion picture
evil, were better
ood and and that's the school students: 'thll .Iudlol _
made something given by high and we're Heron* t and plant
also cele- new Health Chart For nepreiientatlve of the within sixty days from the time ol except the real oonupiu.d -
earth. The Druids than the big Tornadoes did). "What Alcohol Does"-Jean DaIs our gold star Conirreiiiilonal District of the Stateof pr..tnllnl said. IpploaUn., but If a* the location requlrei) to _

rated their harvest festival about Hicks the little Tornado 7A., working hard to get a Florida In the S..nly.tourlb ..*." thereby house ." strange cere- Billy for clean bodies clean teeth, plenty Congress. of the United States. lake place within sixty' day of any and plant and other bulletinInol..

at time and many football star made the touch- "Life of Frances Willard" at least one glass For Two Justice of the Supreme State or National election or prl- dental to the operation of aunh, .tu. 3 ,_ _
tonics were performed. Even afelf down and extra point. of sleep Court of the State. of Florida mnt')', It .hln he held within dloa and plAnt.. together with such t
Chrlstlan- Frances Peek 9th. of milk a day. For Two Railroad ('opnmlsclonersof day .u.hlal.* or .Ixtr lande a. may be required for hone-
adopted .r.. .
the pagans Captain Ed Bagwell said they A reading. "The Cigarette"Irma the State of Florida. .1."I..n. prlmlry, Inn officer and employees. and for ;J _

I ty they still observed many oftnt expected to play the Junior boys 12th. For On. Member of the House ofRepr.s.ntativ.s 1. The Legislature shal warehoulaboratories, outline

old customs and ao the Hal- high Stockwell Third AMiss of the Stat. uf Florida. l.clon by .general or suerlal or local room, projections rlo.n.., store**. .

but instead they played "Fatigue and Rest"-Frances Luclle Edwards, Teacher legislation laws to carry out and tr.ok.ireblpptmr faollltlee, cute i, _
owe'en diversions of today school For County _omml.slon of this Article.All and location, '
boys. 11' snforoe the provision ;
Cadman. 12th. the paintings _
centuries We enjoyed seeing For .. of the County tppi'uve4June 7.. 1838.
IntoxicatingIliiuors ,
originated disheartened II"tnu. laws relating to _.
which not _
i were
The boys Mr-. Gray concluded the pro Kiowa Indian Art brought by Board of PUI'o wines and beer which were -
ceremonies l
go. In past years the because they played a close game gram by giving a short talk on Arline Dew. I In Whereof hand; 1 In .effect nn Pacemnor 11, IttU, unless 'NO. SRVICN
In Scot.aJld our new pupil have hereunto act
eculiar to the occasion and have already beaten Green out the ; Heal changed by the lell.I..lur. bylaws
Temperance. bringing We have a decorative map of the and affixed the Ir..t made, ..n. A JOINT JIRO..UTrON''A t
of a highly superstitious out of four. f the State. of atTallahassee. .expressly A Joint O I '
were Cave three times meaning of the word "temperance" Byrd Expedition and a picture of' the Capital currently with this become amendmenthall effectIve .. :: to lcro jw'I I theCOnatlIUtiot an

lature. a and the Bible verse on which says Admiral Byrd' on our wall. this the first day of August. with. a* so Ihle changed Article. and ) of the State of Flor j
HOME SAFETY CODE FOR (SEAL) P. 19114 .hal ida Relative to Cltlea and
"Be ye temperate In all things. We planted wheat seed in little A It. A. OKAY, remain until thereafter by -Coun. .

C.'ttl'A't OK EVENTS ADULTSBy which came with samples Kvcretaiy 4.f Htate. the 1.I.laturt, The power of theLegislature I t..R-.elveil br Che Le-tlalutnr
glee club. The Health Conuniwljner Date We are To Han. W. J. IPI..r.on. BherlftBradford to frov"l. necessarylaws this .f tae State ef F lor Ma l _
girls Homecoming Cereal. gong to nu
IlOnd27-8e1i'YF of Ralston carry .nf..ra.
Of New Yolk ; County, Florida Article all Include to That the following Amendment In )j
Tuesday-Junior girls' glee club anti a'l l stair 9th to watch the wheat grow and t-1-Vt-ll-i. provide al manufacture or elsieiy I Article VIII of the Constitution of 4, _
Wednesday-Senior boys' glee Have every room Set For about the different paj-U of private 1 Individual, firm and the Stats of Florida relative to J

well lighted study !NOTI'I OF fl.E'O"WllrlAA of corporation,. or by the State or by; cities and c.unt..., to be numbered ,
[club. : The Section t .I Article VIII. b
It. *
Thursday-Elementary %ase.fly. Keep the floor c1ea of grease "> Will Mnet Chief land In Foot- l Constitution of 18HB, Counties visions I or Cities by or any political governmentacommission aubdi and the *.o m. I ii hereby agreed to _
did ,
of State of ,
WMl srr! thingsUse the "Iurld. po. tobe created and shall h* ubmltted to thesleotore
'. to-a... the 'bathroom ball Chasm Here A -JUNIOR BOY1 GEOMETRY Right Joint n..oluton. proposingatnendmenta for that or agency of the Stats at the tJ.n.ralElection
Thursday :- Junior l>oy" glee a rubber in LESSON ol Section purpose.It. Until changed by eleetloiis to b* held on the first
the Btete of Florida and *amewere
Homecoming Is to be a great If I love a girl she to vote of three C tinder this Article, the Tuesday after the In '
agreed by a
<* Theorem November, A. D. 134,

stairs free of all encumbrances stat,,* of I":1 territory In tha Ht t .tfo-oadttl.
the elected
of all the member
Keep fifths
school as- Bradford County lion
Friday-Senior hi h event in the loves me.Given of to whether the sal' or r.J.&tlon. -
to each house that the vote on I.
School Miss Mary Lucille Torode girl. entered Is permitted, or prohibited shall. h. Section Le.l .h.1 -'
sembly. : I love my said Joint Reaoluttona were have power to aetablliih, '

I Frlday-Bradfor" high football Use a stepladder when working and Miss Mignon Simon are to be To Prove: She loves me. upon their respective Journal thereon,, with and 1 the ,same provided an It wa that on at December the tleneraKlectlon II1IH8 1 abolish a municipal corporation to

boys play Trenton bere.SOCIETY above the floor the two beautiful sponsors. Miss Proof: "All the world loves a they the yeas did determine and nay.and direct that In ISle or at any tm.ewo.t" be vlllo known a* the City of Jackeon.

Use non-inflammable cleaning Slason's escort will be the Aid Joint Henolullon ba ouliinltted within after this extending terrltorlly throughout _
Mignon : the .
over. -Shakespeare. the Hoard ofCounty prnt lmite of Dot' !
the State
fluids Charles Fender; Miss Mary Lucille "My girl is all the world to me.". atthe lenerul to the .1..lor of In November (Commissioner of any County County In the any or all '

Keep wet hands off electrical Torode's escort will be Leslie 11114.NOW. EI.cUo shall (he application of county, dUtrlot, municipal and local
Evidence : : I. R. A. five per the regletered vot governments. boarda, bodlea and of.
appliancesLook Bigga.The. Ax. ft: Things equal to the same ; TllnmFOHr. State of sraOf the County call and provide fleer, constitutional 1 or statutory.
Miss Bonnie Lee Ford attended where you're going and go blggeat event of the day to each other. Florida, do hereby vlve notice that a for an election to decide whether le-tlslatlve, executive, Judicial', tradinintstratlvt
thing are equal and shall I
given the sale be In .n"h -
Thursday prohibited pr.crlb.
1 a Birthday party where you look will be the football game with Ax. 2: A quantity may be substituted will tl'I'JI..I. KI.HOTIOV county In ah,1 election to be otherwise the Ju rl"dh.ton. powers, d ." -
In honor of Miss OHta Smith (secretary before taking any qnrn fulnlv. .h
Read the label Chlefland. Florida on Tuemlay next, a. provided In Article 1 here Rlnlclp.1 corporation.
for its equal.
Gov.eminent .c..dln. It* -.. ."' ., lu. -
of the B. H. S. Student be the flrnt Monday In at. .
will a
medicine tho there lover. No..mh.r. dlolal and .
After gamo Then: My girl loves a 1934 'he said rlnir' the Sectian 4. Till Article shall b* administrative dopnrt.merits
. )-Miss Eloise Fomby Keep drying clothes away from dance at the Woman's Club sponsored girl loves me. Rev Tu..d.y OK com. effective Immediately. upon and It. boards, bodies and of.
Therefore My
[spent the week-end In Jacksonville. the stove by the Alumni Association.We .- ; fil alXTI ... or r.J..Unn of its adoption and the repeal of Arti.! flners{; tu divide the territory In. t _
eluded In such
theC'onstltutiori Into
Idles Elizabeth Holllngsworth Extinguish all cigarette and cl- hope that all the old grad wiioozrrrIlaJr ; f mild Joint, :.the u Constitution* prpoplngan.ndm.ntt of rl* XVIII of the of Amendment the Unl.d Htate to districts municipality, and to p..rl". a- ______

went in Jacksonville Sat of America. JI.t a.d, reasonable' ., r
shopping gi.r butts uates will come out and help us ('h. State of Florida via:
blond. ation for
such and
municipality districts
: Approved May t,
Mildred Hundley not rush, 11. _
urday.MIss Use common sense, do make this event a big success. Color of eyes: green. NO, Off HI and to fix the liability of
and Miss Louise Sapp spent the such municipality. anddItjicj,. V
careful. + A JOIN'r NO. FOURA
be _
S feet 1 Inch RIMOr.UTIOJ .
Height: and other Indebtedness ..
week-end with Miss Dorothy Sapp. .. 'Prnpo.ln. Artcl. JOINT RESOLUTION lund.,1 !
al the time of the establish j
THIS Student : 114. V "if the CoI.tIutIf 1.ln"
-Miss Dorothy Sapp motored to WHAT A QUEER WORLD : Former Weight Jlelatlna to the Judiciary\ lir Add A Joint Resolution Propo.lnt; .n of such municipality, ahall b* ____ J

Gainesville Sunday.-Miss Lou- WOULD BE IF: Receives Honor Very pretty. Inif Th..rel.an Additional $eeti'.n Amendment of M..I.n thDeclaration enforceable nfl against property _
Good student to .a* Hectlon 45 Providing of R'.hl.O'' the Con therefore ea"allo therefor. Th* '
tae Snyder went shopping In Jack- for the reduction of the< stltutlon nf th Florid t.ea-llatur from time to tin.. _

onvllle Frlday.-Ml Myrna Edwin was a Onerode Instead of Is a Junior. Number of Judicial ot Relating to Jrand Juries, Infor. determine what portion of _
John Inman I. Elected Frenhman Who Is It (Answer next week) Thin Htate. and "' Clroult Re. matlon, Presentment and Indict nicipality I* a rural area,aln.U.: '
Saturday -
Prink went to JackaonvlDe a Torode.Mr. apportionment of Much Circuit men. nf person for* Capita, homssteid In such rural '
At Oglethorpe _
Prealdent ;
.-Mlas Mary Lucille Torode Gray: was Mr. Purple. ; and the urine. Thereof.. .rlm.. and Other Felonies, am not b* limited a* If In a city or

Elizabeth Preacher Insteadof Government estimates indicate Be It .'.. be the LegUlatdreof Providing That Judgment and town turn municipality may exerclne -
Miss a
spent Friday night with Pauline was of John Inman. popular billion tons of soil are washed the State..f Florida I Hentencee nf the Court May n: all the power of a munlalPAlorpor.lnn
Holllngsworth and they a Priest.Dorothy Frienda three That the following amendment to Made and lOntered In Term Timor and shall also be rec _-

Saturday was a Smart Instead of member of B. H. S. of 32-33. and from fields and pastures In. this Article V of the Constitution ot In Vacation on Pleaa of fjtillt on. of the legal political _

motored to--Jacksonville of Bradford's star football country each year. this State relating.. to the Judiciaryby to Felonlea and Dispensing Wit division of the State with the du. / _____
morning-.......Miss Anita Wain- a Sapp. one In adding there to additional Hen. the Necessity of Summoning I thOrand ties and obligation of a county andshall _
Short. players will be Interested hereinafter t.an.l forth be Jury Rxcept Upon Urdeof b* entitled to all the power, '
Gainesville FrI- was Mrs. lion 411 a* ** _
wright motored to Mrs. Long Instead of I learning that he hall recently been ,-40TICH TO DF.BTOItB All! -, and the same I I. hereby, agreed to a Circuit Judge: rlvhts and pr....*., Including rep. '

day.-Ml Elaine Wynn went to W. T. was Months of the Freshman tituurroHs shall be submitted to the qu.l.tl.d ne It lleeolvetf kr tee Leglalatarof resentatlon the State Leglele- -

Jacksonville Friday.-Mlss Dor- Weeks. : elected president Notice Is hereby given to all creditor voter of the State of the late e' FiuridsiThat tore, which would' accrue to It If It '
Many Class of Oglethorpe University. of the Estate of Uaorge W. for ratification or rejection at the were a county, All property of Du- "______'
othy White spent the day in Jack: Katie and Virginia were .Hlnaon deceased to pr..nt your next, ensuing general election, the the following of the Declaration amendment to or val County and of the municipalities I. _

Bonvtlle Saturday.-Miss Karneatlne gates Instead of Fugates claim to County Judge for approval I i. that an additional Hectlon "el.n1D the Constitution of thHtale In said county ahall vst curb _
I la Breeze Instead of LIBRARY CAMPAIGNS within eight month from the to Ib".l' t,, a* Section 41 of UrandJuries municipal' corporation when established 2
of Florida, relating to
Andrews spent the day Elaine was a of herein provided The cf-
FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS! first publication hereof or same of the Constitution Informations, presentment. a> II
Lake -James Holllngsworth barred aa provided I by Iw Florida to read a. follows of rierk of the Circuit Court
City SUnda .-- a Wynn. MAGAZINEThe shall be I Imon.y adopted and Indictment of person for oapllal .
CALL'S all
MO and b abolishedbut
Instead of TO also notified to pay to-wlf: *
are fh.rlf .hal
went to the ,circus in Lillian was an Iceberg iruu owing lo the Estate to the Hectlon 49. e.lnl.. and other felonies, be, and and may prescribe y

Jacksonville Saturday.- John % Sternbei'g.Dorothy undersigned. (*> There shall be no mol. than the I. hereby agreed to. the time when, and the method by _____
to the
LampwlcK instead B. H. S. library is putting on bated 134. fifteen Judicial circuit. of Stal.ul hall be. *".Imlt..d qualtl..d.I.ror. which such office* shall b* filled t
Saturday a of of ,
Cowdln was in Jacksonville was uB8TSULiA JIIN5ON.Admlni.tratrI. and the ba .
subscription campaign. \ ]( a hrioridm to b. dci"Igpated Gomp.n..ton to pal. to _
McCall's ap"rorrlal.IY ratification l or rejection, at the
a gen '
Miss Marwick. *. such vest *
the circus.- of a th.
attending cost $1.00 50 oral election to be held on the firutTuesday "
_- The subscriptions lO-H-tt-11-14. a suitaI.. law.nafl.4 by the additional powera and dutl-ie No _
Hartha to Lake .1
Powell motored after the first, Monday In .
cents of which goes to the LIbrary slature' for that purpose In A. oountir office shall be abolished orconsolidated
HAPPINESS APPLICATION:> FOB,' ,November with another office -
City Of ance with the
Sunday. -40TICU shall
.m"ndm.nl .DNJ'4r.on b.
.... sometime go musing along to be used for buying that no definedby Hectlon 10., without making provision far _
-- We
'-- people; etc. The subscription; NOTICE iJ'nEREBY GlVE (. Thai law hereunder shjall embraceles tiled for a )apl..1 unless on performance of all. State duties n h
few masazlnes
. HIGH LIGHTS ON the street to see how Inhabitant presentment Indlem.n' by a or hereafter. prescribed by law
of w. p. Smith than fifty th''t"and
i GAME there are whose faces look as are for one -year (twelve Issues certificate' am. ; gJ.J.lhoJ.l: of .eordln. .. pr.cedInC grand Jury, and person unleson btried .. h* p..form.d. by such county of. _
B. IL S.-FEBBY for
other felony
had down McCall's). August.; A.-I>. uhf: has filed aald "' Federal census: and any Nothing contained herslli shall 4
cpme Indictment
though any Joy office and mad. that Judicial presentment or by a If- auction 10 of Article I III of
grateful to all certificate In my provided further Information _______ -
The Tornadoes arrived at Perry and surged In their souls. We can We will be very application for tax deed to i..u.thereon circuit existing mt the time of ratification grand jury or upon the ConltluU"n of the State of
under oath filed by prosecutIngattorney
; and of care those who are able if they will In accordance with law. of this amendment shall be to such provision I
bout and found the city see lines of thought the following abolished, of the court wherein theIn'orm.ton therein : ulatln the
one p. m. a renewalto Maid certificate embrace* altered, or ex a relate to re
different than expected but dinner and of fear; money lines; shrewd buy a subscription or deacrlbed property situated al.o..d.the manner provided. In this .I.. fled In except this Conetllutlon a* I I.. Jurl.Uctol and duties of any cl.... _

but few happy an old one. In Bradford County. Florida to-wltl amendment for carrying the same of Impeachment to summoning and Im-
was served to them and they grasping lines ever of the librarians are callingon Tha North Half of"Boutheasl quarter into execution I nor vnall any exist anil, *:'7'n I :: In the panelllnacrand and petit juror
rarest feeling that Five I I 1 South. State Attorneybe te assssilnaand collecting lance
enjoyed It much. lines! The of Hectlon 24. TownshIp lag Judge or
Clroul In active servlre In
very mtlltla when
the human face 1s the con the citizen and If any one Hang IS tCa. containing 10 acre <1.In the tenure of Ma office time of war or which the State. for or.ltr..ur .* and to reaulatin _
The football found the field lights for subscription Is omitted more or lees.Tb. until I'e expiration nf anycommleslon *- and compensation of
boys of
Sit a with consent Congress,
soul. wishing the may
tentment of a loving a.ui.ment of said property held by him on the date county officers. No law authorlilna- ,
In tfxrlble snap*., The dust was so the steps of the Exchange If ashe will only see Louise Snyder under* the said: certificate Issued wa this amendment la ratified : such time Information of peace. Any, person the establishing or abolishing of -
thick that water had to be spray4 an hour on and will if she will only see Louise Snyder In the name of Henry FrUdmaa. In Wall Street you Unless maid certificate shall be redeemed at Its next regular to title ".lon. shall bsoomeoperative '
before the better deed shall have .. may be arraigned and maenter until '
game. drama which ia according law, tag. lon after the amendment I or t approved _

Every Perry High student asked behold a theatres for the ANGELUSBy will Issue thereon on the llth day of been ratified to pee suitable law a, and plea the In term judgment time s\nd or In eent vecation by a majority of the qualified __ __ __
thousand amendment Into 'feet. elector participating In
this an
bout our principal Mr. Gray who than a real. We find a score Margaret E. Songster NODn.rrbl'IR'b: : day 534. of October, A. to and eatry to make effective the reap enca. of the court on a plea of guilty held .ald county but so .I.utlo.long a* _

Used to teach, over there; they all actors are find Grief can be a mad thing 1934. portionmenc and reduction of Judicial may be made and entered either In auch municipal corporation .exist* .
where we term time or In venation. The Judge >
faces f THOMAS, and Circuit Judgsihereby under this Haotlnn the legislaturemay I
handsome A. 3. Circuit
liked! him very much. of face. Whoever 'A desperate and a sad thing.But (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court contemplated.c of any circuit court ,la authorlasdtit amend or extend, the law authorising .,_ _
The how'realfootball only one happy Florida. be on. Clreul dl penae with the summoningempanelling Ilia without referendum
shall -
boys that showed must happiness creeps silentlyAs Bradford County, < ) There of the same
leeks the Jewel of happiness I Judge to each Judicial but and convening to the voter unUseth _
should be and were shadow 10-1J-JI-11- __ CI..ul grand jury at any tsrnt of court b qualf.d
played without any ambitious or I little creep additional Circuit .d. Judlnal . providing for _
; outstanding in the line, Friday do so. will can awaken us > COIRTH4UVOKb Circuit may b* provided for making, entering, and filing wit such amendment or extension shall ,,
she Sorrow 11: i written
he or the clerk of *al< court
or a
''we Don covetous thoughts Vot.TV FMmUlAr I* CHAM.Mt. by law a* authorised ojr fixation provide for such referendum.Approved ,
McRae. W. T. Weeks, itTh foundation of When wonder has forsaken us. 43 of Amended Article V of this I order directing thai no grand jur May $5. un.

"James Hair and Robert Chapman.SCHEDULE .' never find be laid in a man' But Joy Is like a slumber song.- A.'F.RY.IImllh a. liquidator for Brad. Cn.UIulon. but the total number, be which summoned at of uch the Circuit tern of Judgenay oourl I
must .. to .rd.r The with
eorpo..Uon.Plaintiff apportioned any vole cast In compliance :
happiness forounty Desk, a
babe to sleep. be In vacation or term _
No man can tell whether That bells a onejudicial circuit shall. not exceedone aid propuaeij amendments, and the _
ownlDlnd. '
CHANGED looking In v. CA"II"NO.: $91 Circuit Judge for every fifty time of. said COtrl. The Legislatorshall canvass, declaration and returns _
COMPUftELY MONDAY be Is rich or poor by achingly John W. l-wls at al,. p-f.nd-.nt thousand Inhabitants' or major fraction have power. by general legla thereof, hall be inbjected to the- _
; that Tears can blind us latlon to regulate the number 01 -
pocketbook.It U the heart OHUKH Or ri/MLICATIO; thereof, after this am.nlm.nteh..n same reffulatlona ar' restriction _
his grand juror to s rv* upon or aonetltntep
-- Is rich or And sobs can rend heartbreakingly The Htale of KlorldaiTo have "..n a. are pravldsd by for general -I
He and to fix thelumber
The class.ctflTu of R H S. makes a man rich. B. 0. Hod- grand jury elections In the Meal of FloridaIH .
he U and ra:1i.I.k.rr'i: : d..- of grand juror required to :
what his the may
to ,
"celved a combo's. revision Mon- poor according what he has. But happiness Is simple a*. son wife.and the residence of each of whom ..ud-. 1..I..Iur.r..I.n. of vale for and return an indictment TJHTUruN1 VIUanol, J -

navFVr not accordlJlgto additional* Jud" nr p..ntm.nc and affixed the Great Seal .
t d classes now children unknown .
p' < tha say. 'I. :
The prayers that the plaintiff has ) The re.apportlonment It"1.e. Thla I amendment upon ratification tf the mat of Florid. at '
ome 10 the thlr period; second mail Grief can tear our liveIn twain Take bill ol complaint In the and' .. IMr..f aa aforesaid, shall lake effect at Tallahaee. .* '-

find classes to tr fourth period To advertise government soul like winter rain filed bla entitled cause against John anr for.ud. become. effective midnight 34. SEAL: thla I the twenty-third day41 _
. leading artist to England Can sting the sliov and hie wife. Ella Lewie .. after the not providingfor without the necessity of leglela.lion. of July A. D 114, l
This chang- Caused quit a !services to design But Joy's the silver angelus W.. ewle: foleon K. Braun single I and i same shall have h.-'me law." .H n A. ORAl. -
bit <) H.
,of conu lon at first but the bava been, designated: 4 That chimes at close of day. Frank M- Uodsoa and isabella if- Approved June (.1111. Approved June T. 1111. ... 01 State.

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O. E. S. NoticeThe Woman's Club Hallowe'en Miss 'Manning's Poems BROOKER P.-T. A. TO HAVE: will also be given which"alst '

regular meeting of the Party Enjoyable Event To Be In AnthologyMiss OTSTER-CIIICKEX- DINNER of a short play, will'Beta eOn.

Starke Order of Eastern Train." The P..T, ea
2 t ocktyj Chapter One of the most Interesting Pearl Manning recently received The Parent-Teacher Association A. quilt \\111
a it a i e Star will be held at the Chapter events of the past week for the word that two of her poems, of the Brooker School will! glven.:,away at this time and be

Room Monday evening at seven- young: folks as well as the old, was "Darkness" and "To An OrchId" have an Oyster-Chicken dinner at public Is cordially Invited to the

thirty o'clock. the Hallowe'en party given at the had been accepted for publicationIn the school building on Friday evening this affair, the attend I
All. members having Dutch November 9. proceeds! I ot .h..
Woman's Club last Friday evening the "American State's Anthology will be used for tho l(*
1 I k.. 1iti Doll quilt squares are aaked :, which was sponsored by the ," a book scheduled to appear They are offering a' real dinner Leola F school,
:Ii 11.1 { W. M. S. Circles B. Y. P. U.'s Celebrate to turn them In to Mrs. E. B Health Committee of the Club. about November IS. Publishers of for twenty cents, and a program Publicity'Roberts,
' r Hallowe'en With PartyThe Wells, at this meeting.All the anthology are The Galleon Chatruta
: : : I sf wr, Will Meet Monday The auditorium*and sun parlor
y' .. members urged to be present of the Club '''was-elaborately dec. Press of New York City. -
I;\ 1 t?! ." Both circles of the Woman's Senior B. Y. P. U. of the I and all visiting O. E. S. members orated.in Hallowe'en colors. Miss Manning says that the

i\\'. .it t 4, :Missionary Society of the Metho. First Baptist Church, was entertained I. invited. The party opetfed with a short book will be composed of poems

'::. ''J t'', dlst Church will be entertained by at a Hallowe'en party $''r- .-- program.; K!.s,5,j Mildred Hundley contributed from each of the forty- Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Kinlaw Florist

II,--I 11' ,t. Mrs. A. Z Adkins, Monday afternoon day night at the Pastorlum. Bachiorettea Club EntertainsAt ij grave a brief:'slrtlcfi'*of the originof eight states. ,

,It t1 at three-thirty o'clock. (14'' Hallowe'en decorations were Hallowe'en PartyOne Hallowe'en .and', a number of The following poem entitled"Nature" FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
the Junior girls! .gave a. specIal .
J'yr ; ""If special offering Is requestedtar< l'J used In the large living and din- is a favorite among
Pti : of the most enjoyable Hal- dance number and Miss Lorraine of Miss Manning's friends
: ;fe\ the Socety! baa a bill to pay on Ing rooms where the memberswere lowe'en parties of the week, was Hartman, sang';'a song. here many: Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers

r I\ work done at the par80n ,t)trii -, entertained. Indoor (games the one given Tuesday evening at When the grand march was Beautiful tree Artistic Floral DesignsWe

J\;\I'\ Ii and contests were enjoyed duringthe the Adkins cottage at Klngsley played by Mrs:'Jeanette Kincaid, Do you ever dog-wood see sorrow and sadness
I\ A evening and late In the eve- Lake, by the Bachlorettes Club. the pretty costumes were! displayed fMomentary TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere: Any Time
'f, ning refreshments of hot chocolateand decorated and to Sonny Haynes, who was
ii RITZ THEATRE fancy cakes was served by the The cottage was elaborately with dressed aa a negro convict went happiness and glad Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association.
in Hallowe'en colors
ness? A Guaranteed
i and Bonded Service
: committee. About thirty enjoyedthis the' boy's prize for the> best costume
{ black paper cats, witches and Jack- Nature in her wild,, beautiful lair
( BTAAKB, FJLOtODA. lovely party. and to' little Betty Ann
o-laaterns, all playing a prominentpart Haunts me, lures me, whispers 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No. 10
Flynn; dressed a'gypsy,
On Saturday evening the JuniorB. In these spooky decorations.All aa low
t' "ii'' PROGRAMBEGINNING Y. P. U. was entertained at sorts of amusements had I I tume.In the girl's. prize for the best. cos "Come, ;live beneath my guiding STARKE FLORIDAFancy

: M FRIDAY the Paatorlum also where, many been planned for this occasion, and spell .
l I the sun parlor was arranged
indoor games were enjoyed. :Miss bobbing for apples patronizing the "Learn my code and dwell
\i jjt : b' FRIDAY, NOV. amusements for the young folks.
assisted Rev
\ 'y 2NDf. Ethel Moore was by fish pond and fortune telling "la everlasting wisdom
: J )i& \ ; "Crimson Romance"Bfn and Mrs. C. B. Price and Miss booth, proved to be a lively pas- The fortune 4elllxig. booth was pre "You who can't fit In life's diffI-
: \ Frances Hemingway, in entertain ; time for those enjoying this love sided,over by,Mrs. Morgan Daroy; cult school Blue Rose BSa****. White HouwWhole .
\ ; Marltra I Miss Eunice Perkins had chargeof Grain EvaporaWMILK
Lyon-Sari ing the young folks. Refreshmentsof
affair, I "I'll teach of
I I' ly you a way-, compre
I- I 1'.1\ hot chocolate, sandwiches and tbe Fish Pond and Mrs. Jeanette
: hension.
') :i 'i "f: SATURDAY, NOV. 3RD. cookies was served.U. BLUE BUS SCHEDULES Kincaid presided at the Beauty
"Be humble, the
\ as lovely purple
I .:i "TRACY RIDES"Tom e Dally effective Sept. 1, 1934 Shop.L'Etta violet, RICE
.' j''' D. C. Will. Meet Northbound-4:18: a. m., 1:59: p. i V "Be' wild to an extent like the No liner'allOr.
j: ; TylerSCN.MOV Wednesday m., 0:24: p m., 9:19: p. m. Corpening Gives tiger lily ated milk U made

I I f''\' NOV. 4-5.. Southbound-2:18: a, m., 9:34: a. Hallowe'en.Party "Be sweet like the wild rose, 5 Lbs.' 3 TaU Cans
The W.T. Week. Chapter, U. D. ,
I m. 12:19: p. m. 6:00: p. m. ,
!\ .: .qg "Fugitive Lady'Bporlal C., will meet Wednesday, Nov. '7th, Tickets- and Information at L'Etta Corpening was'hostess to "Nature"Learning is much In your rambles. 1lrAyiss i O
clearest to
P at three-thirty o'clock, at the homeof Smith's Service Station next to a number of her little friends Sat- way
,,- :} Added Attraction understanding."Come 21c
j t !oIl''. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. courthouse.. urday evening at her borne on HEREECANOSgy Ru11I r 17c
", ;I"j>, / Walnut live with me In my beau-
\' :;1 "WAR BABIES" Street, When she entertain. tiful surroundings, and .. ...
'yEq'y' WANTED SEVERAL ed at a Hallowe'eri\ party. -" "
'y''y't! .,,. TUBS.- WED.,.NOV. 6:;:" 7 COOL.WEATHER. AMBITIOUS MENnow The large living room was elaborately spell.happily" my guiding Spanish ONIONS large Lb. 5c
employed, mechanically decorated In Hallowe'en ,
i ,#I 'J .Irk,I', I "Mrs. Wiggs Of .The" FOR Inclined to start Immediatetrall1lng colors, and during the evening SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Fresh CARROTS or Beets (bunch) 7l/2c
j to Install service and indoor
many games were enjoyedby
: 1 V Cabbage Patcl} Mr. S. O.' Lewis, who has been
OYSTER SANDWICHESAND repair all make of domesticand these young folks?, the young Fancy YELLOWONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc
r :. ;', W, O.FleldA1IIIOn'Sklpworth commercial. refrigerators" hostess being assisted in entertaining sick for the last month, begs to announce
E ,Nv t'' PauUne Lord-Znmi PltU CHILI Including air I conditioning her guests by her' mother, Mrs\. to his many friends and LEMONS Doz. tOe
a ,''J Evelyn VenableTHlIK9..Fnl. unit No customers, that he Is back on the '
experience necessary Hulda
Corpening. Cooking APPLES (York Imp.) 6 Ibs. 25c
; AT and will
job| be pleased to- have .
must be wilUn/r"to/ devote All of the young1 folks Hal- ]
}j I ., NOV 8.9 some spare time In train lowe'en costumes .and were mask. them: call and have their 'work CABBAGE Firm Head lb. 22c

'? j ', ''ft f ; "Lady By Choi e':;" HALL*PLACE, ing.REFRIGERATION edand, they had quite'a, Jolly timeIn done.anteed All for my one work Is I fully have guar been ,CELERY (Large)' Stalk lOc
h '9 :t Carole,- Iyoml rcJ-l\lay; l tbbsop IN ST., finding' out who'each) other year
lY "' Iln'Starke for six years, have'my PARSNIPS 2 Lbs. For
;i Walter Oonnoly Warner Theatre Bldg., were. I 15c
1;>,1 Jrw ..., r (Near' Seaboard Depot) own home and expect to stay.
.. 4_ "W I Youngstown O. I Refreshments. of,punch and wafers Terms to responsible''people :My FANCY u. S. NO. 1 MAINE (NO LIMIT)
{ was 'served' and each guestwas
store Is located next door,to Dur-
i i' presented a Hallowe'en. favor, den's Restaurant." Opposite, RegIsters IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 12c

Garage. .. .
; Baptist .WV M..U.: Notice Yours to serve, GRANULATED (DIXIE-CRYSTAL)) -

The three Circles** *3i of< the Wom- S. G. LEWIS

J STORE' an''* Missionary Union of the First Optician and Jeweler SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c

Baptist Church, will meet Monday -Adv'
afternoon at the 'usual hours.
11GREEN'S; Mrs.;P. M. Barefoot, will be hos. CLOSING OF MAILS BUTTER Lb. 31c
{ I : less to Circle One at her home on South Bound
: < men ,Owned And Call Street; Mrs. Li.; G. Powell and No. 1-Mall closes 6:00: p.m.: GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH Plain or Sliced
+ i 1: Miss''' Etta Tlson will entertain No. 11-Mail closes 10:33: a.m. 14-Oz 18-Oz. 2l-0z.'
Circle Two at the Powell residenceand No. 107-Mail closes 923; .a.m.
f l L. J. Green Mrs. R. A. Newsom will en-. North Bound BREAD 6c 8c lOc

tertain her Circle:" Umber Three No. 2-Mall closes 6:00: p.m.No. ,
1 12-MaU closes 4:30:
at her. home on Cherry Street. p.m.

e 4 Telephony" !86 Trade At' Home Peggy f 'Ann; Wigg"-+X..1 ris:'. -- I,No.No.. "101 108--Mail Mail Starke'closes closes.a: Bell'' '6:50 5:40' :: ," 'a.m.p.m.' -; .CIGARETTES 8Pkgs., ,96c

'' Celebrates.Third ,Birthday No. 102-Mail arrives 1:50: p.m.J ___ .. ..:

4- .'a FRIDAY ana SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 and 3 Mr and Mrs Orle Wiggins entertained TRAIN SCHEDULE. SPARKLE GELATIN DESSERT 6.: Pkgs. 25c

., at their home :Monday '
Southbound 7 1-2-Oz.: Pkg: 15c
; COTTON SELF RISING 6 LDS. ,12., LBS. LBS.' afternoon from three to five
t 1 ,24 o'clock. In honor of their little No. 1-Due Starke 10:37: ,P. M. LIRTON'S TEA 14Lb. Pkff. ,23c
tl No. 11-Due Starke 11:12: A. M.
daughter Peggy Ann whose third No., 107-Due Starke .9:42: A.: M. IVORY SOAP Medium Bar 5c

Tt FLOUR 25c46c87cPILLSBURY'S date.birthday.'" anniversary' was that NorthboundNo. Beechnut or Wrigley's CHEWING GUM\ '3 pkgs. lOc

t'': ht q it .,, .' 2-Due Starke 6:08:: 'A. M.
; :The Little folks were entertained No. 12-Due Starke, ,,,4:30: P. M. BRILLO For Cleaning Pots and Pans 2 Pkgs. 15c

with games by Mrs. Wiggins as- No.- 108-Due Starke 5:56: P. M. RUMFORDBAKING; POWDER s-oz. can i9c
''' sisted Mrs.,Wlllie S. Gibson and
I BEST 6-LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS by
Starke And Wannee BranchNo.
ia rllll : Miss Frances Hemingway, and toPeggy JUNKET Pkgs. 25c
101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M.
Ann. was presented many No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: F.MNOTICE COCOMALT\ Food Drink Can, 25c

: : : FLOUR 33c 60c $$1.16 lovely tie friends birthday, who gifts'from enjoyed this, her hap-lit- e> ) CALO DQG FOOD '3 Cans 25c

py occasion with her NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORI.tlAH .
I Late In .the afternoon IX rOUNTV JI'llUB'S TO H'I', '
ments of ice cream,and'cake,was BHAnKOKU CO I':N TV. FLOIUUA. NUCOA Lb. 17c
served and each guest was presented NOTICE I 18 hereby divan to all
whom It may conc.rn that I, T.
I HOME GROUND GROUND a favor. '' Pronto Lanrirum. a* Guardian ol
Those Invted to this lovely part William Anthony' Andrew' a minor SUNNYFIELD FANCY SLICED BREAKFAST
will' on t thei lt. .day ;of December, 'A.
j MEAL 10 Lbs. 22e COFFEE 2Lbs. ::25c were:: f>. '1934, apply to the Honorable. B. BACON Lb. 35c
'4: }' i : ShirleyrMontgomery, Pit I n er for K. Ferryman Brad f rod,County County, Florida Judge In at and hi"office
Vandlvlere Martha Jane Waln- In Stark., at 10 o'clock A. M.
: ; PURE CREAMERY; BEST WHITE wright, Betty Ann 'Flynn Nor or a. coon thereafter aa the matter -_. --- --
can be heard, for authority to sell
wood;Oullfard 'Leroy Dickinson, at private vale, the- entire Interest
1( BACON Lb. lSc' Eleanor' and Hilda Searing, Marian. and eat ate of Bald. minor In the fol. ,HEINZ
BUTTER Lb. 28c lowing deacrllied landa In Bradford HIGH '
Brown,-Janet Anderson, Barbara County. Florida. to-wltr 8V4 of QUALITY ,FOODS
: .Jean Johns Madge Brownlee BfCfct of WEVi: and 8 Acre In SB Corner '
: '' NO.;', 1 MAINE Harry'*Downing, Jackie Ray AlvareasMonty'Hutchine .. Townahlp of SWVi 7 of S.the, Range 8E& of S2E.Section also I HEINZ:KETCHUP 2 '8-oz. Bottles 25c
; Billy Gibson Wti of of 8Wt4 of Section 6.T"w ,
r.ul Canova III, and Sharon i:SW'1 Range, **IF'b. ba..d HEINZ KETCHUP 14-oz. Bottle 18c
POTATOES 10 Lbs. lOc application' '" HEINZ CHILI SAUCE Medium Bottle 25c
t' Halt.yJ..ll.'Couffinanch. on the petition now''on file In the
aid Cour
... SI 134. ,HEINZ FIG PUDDING 1-Ib. can 30c
JalerJT"iftt.; LANURUM, ,
i BULK :' r''WHOLEGRAIN, tl.l-9tr11-a0 HEINZ MINCE MEAT 1-lb.can ,17c

l ; 1 t HEINZ FRESH CUCUMBER PICKLES 28-oz jar 25c
,( RICE 5Lbs. 2Iei '
;r LARD 4 Lbs. 36e -WATCHMAKER HEINZ SOUP (except clam chowder) 2 cans 25c

Sptdallzintr'Jn Repairing y COLD8TRE, I-A .ASKA'S-FINEST PINK .. .
i N0 TOMATOES: 2 STAND 2 Cans 15cS G RLAED5U;. 5 5I to road.American Watches Swiss of all and Grades Rail 'quidIIII I SALMON Tall Can lOc


r ;,I: BANANAS ,,4 Lbs 15c 'MACKEREl Ilb.. ;caiF5d Guaranteed Reasonable} f':Work Prices' Do You" No Harm .EIGHT TOMATOES O'CLOCK-"Mlid. Mellow.2 No., Pure 2 Santos cans 15c

'W No., Can-FANCY. No. I can-Fancy Strained. .If a P 'COFFEE Per Pound 21c

''PUMPKIN :ARE You OVER 401 Th. doM of a liquid laxative can be '

If *. !! Vacuum Packed PENNY dance ahead. Get rid ot four troubl. regulated U suit (individual need. It
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early." Make thin :13o lest Get forms habit take
need not
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I ;::1}' COFFEE 1n Glass; Lb.3Oc MATCHES ::2 Pkgs. 15c'tt Juniper.them:.bladder/-In Oil four. laxative..Bucbu day.Auk" I If.for Take not;*hVKETSlit. ,.te.pleaaed ta of, "double Nor unit a doee mild* liquid a; day laxative or two trrilatttl later. Plain or Se f Rising'

gn hack -ana fee your" money. MU- kidney-
kaTe work on the bladd.r similar The right..liquid laxative will bring !
JUICY BEST .. to ...-t.* oil on the bowel Ftu.he natural IonaFur
n' our .*.....* acid and other Jmpiirt. a more } movement and with ]
ties which CA."e netting up ntKhts.frcnuent no discomfort at the time,,or afterward -

w LEMONS Doz. 8e ROUND STEAK Lb. 15c'r In.. IHwk.deolr.....* ,aI"acaaly.'.., ,"flow.,In..'burn-Ton I .aa' "
ar. bound to fe.l hotter after thistluahing'and The wrong cathartic may often di. .
regular" 6 lbs 12-lbs. '2 lbs. 48 lbs.
: : you got your more harm than good. -
-Guaranteed by' Mitchell'
Dfu. $*or... "An approved liquid laxative (one :
': Aerae which U moat widely used for both I' 26c.47c 89c $$1.77DRV

i' : GROUND MEAT 2 Lbs 25c PORK CHOPS' ih. 14c 1 ;:;.'COIDS :Syrup adults and Prpsin children a prescription.) U Dr. Caldwell's It U SALT. ,(Western Boneless

666 ... perfectly to}*. Its laxative action is I )
1 + RIB BONELESS BEEF FEVERMm based on senna-a natural laxative. MEAT LR

I \ The bowels will not become depend 17cTIIE .

I3EEF STEW 3LOO.25c ROASTS Lb; 15c du.Ligv'n ent on this form of help as they may : .. .' -;- .. :. ..
TAELRTHeadaches do in the ease of cathartics! containing

I tl.'L''S..N( "_ DRe": '.. SA _!..<_ mineral drugs. Ask your druggist' ( -GREAT ATLANTIC, &: PACIFIC TEA'COMPANY
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lpty. _" .. _. .__ __ .. __.__ .. _......__ _.
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.- -- W. P. Smith and son, Eldrldge as ;tiherer., Mrs W. A. Ing their fall crop of string beans I school districts will f I

spent several! days la South Carolina : NAT SEZ: f! Brown. which ia the beat in several years 'spend; $11,000,000 this year I''

last! week, and while there attended Rev. G. E. McGauley attended Quality Is very good. rehabilitating! buildings damaged ''

Bits of football the Clemaoo-South Carolina, I always thought that Hallowe' ,I church services at North Pleasant by earthquaice, ai
game. last PersonalsPostmaster !
en was the brain child of the people '
., ,..
R. R. There is confined -----'---
who sell yellow crepe paper, T. B, Plnholster and G. E. McCauley -
Dr. Samuel Steinberg, of Daytona red calico and black. masks but ,attended the Teachers to his home after a tonsil

lDcall'1COXCERNING Beach, spent the week-end in now I am thoroughly meeting Gainesville last Fridayand operation. ALL KINDS OF FRESH
Starke with his.parents, Mr. and convinced Saturday.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. James Lyle and

Mrs. Nat Sternberg at their residence that the and Mrs. L. R. Galney, Mrs.H. children who have been visiting in FISliAi'ALACHCOLA

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND on Walnut Street. soap manufacturers P. Gainey and children, Mrs. H Morristown, Tenn, returned to OYStERS AND SHRIMP ,

OF THE COUNTY: AND TOWN Friends Mary had a a Galney, Mrs L, D. Polk, Miss Audrey their home Thursday. I
PROGRESS of hand in it too. Polk, Mrs J. J. Morgan and Those attending the 'teachers -AT-
I will regret to learn, that she has I can always k 1{ son, Clarence A. L. Green and meeting in Gainesville Friday and I

been confined to the Infirmary i at tell that 1t.Is eon Earl Mr. and Mrs Resale Saturday, were: Prof and Mrs.,W, s
the State College for Women, with Nov, let the Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby L. Beacon, Mrs D. L. Blackburn, THE MAGNOLIA '

Lazone, of Jacksonville: ,' Col.! and Mrs H. V. Knight a severe case of influenza morning after H. B. Crosby and Zenous Williams Mrs. Pearl Schuman, Mrs 1. H.

pjper\ her Tuesday. I, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. 1 E. Hallowe'en b y were some from here who at- Hill Mrs.. Joyce Futch Mrs. Tom >
a visitor I Maines, Jr., in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. Miss Dorothy Swanbom, a student the soap on.myehow tended the funeral services of Mr. Beck, Miss Madallne Hazen. >--
at the State College for Women I LxisO MARKET
Samuel Dukes, 'at ,
W. A. Scott visit- windows, Elay's Chapel Lee Ciwraaine of New York
Mr' and Mrs Thursday .1 and Mrs. J.. O. Lynn and little i Tallahassee, spent the weekend Of course, last Friday afternoon. City Is visiting relatives here this ; A 3
is ack8novl11e daughter, Shirley Jean spent with her parents, Mr and Mrs.' that's not the only way I have of Aubry and Purvis Hasen are week.B. 'I .
-- W. R. Swanbom, at their home finding out it's the of the spending few days In South !
mtcb of Tallahasnes, spent Sunday with relatives in. Lake first E. Reddish, of Jacksonville \ ., ,
near Lawtey.
month If have credit at Florida.E. .
\ ek.end'bere with his fam1I City any business visitor here Friday.'
was a
all, you know what I mean. Anndon't A. Gainey was transacting '
Mrs. D. E. Knight and sister David W, Moore who la connected !
It roll around fast. It business In Plant City Tuesday FRIENDS
:;; Mrs. S. R, Johns are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newaom spent you with the FERA offices In Jacksonville
1ft end Jackson- Mrs. Charles) Larsen, spent- Wednesday want the time to fly buy an auto R. A. Colsen spent last week-end
several days In the week-end In Jacksonville the a business visitor here
ndfng, was THELITTLE
In Gainesville, where they mobile on the monthly payment as guest of friends in Tampa I '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsom. I, visited their sons, Paul Knight and Monday. DIME
Ie plan. Oh boy Miss Mildred Morgan, a mem- ; 'y,
Mrs. Pearl Schuman and littledaughter.
Charles Larsen, Jr., students at "
After in the ber of the school faculty here,
Kelly, of New River, twenty-three years Gene, spent Sunday in ,STUDIO
Lorle the of Florida.
last week-end lither
)lis shoe business I am fully convincedthat spent as guest
visitor here Tuesday after- Mr. and Mrs. .J. T. Quigley were Gainesville with relatives. Formerly at 7SI W. University ,j Y
a four out of flue'crave It; not parents Mr. and Mrs. L. 1.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Mr. and Mrs J. C. Prevatt and GAINESVILLE &
Friends of John Inman, who I Ia Is what are thinking about what Morgan, of Tampa. '
Duncan in you ; children the week-end with IS NOW OPEN AGAIN v
and Mrs. Gainesville Monday eve student at Oglethorpe University I mean is that they have bad feet Mrs. W. A, Brown and Mrs. spent r I ,
Stannbury, relatives In Orlando.
O B. -ning. will be interested to know due to ill\ fitting shoes": If atone Florence Varnadoe motored to
San Prevatt, spent Saturday. In e that he has been elected president of those, try my eulablishment you Gainesville Tuesday, Mrs W. J. Epprrson, Mrs. C.: A, 117 W.. UNION ST. .
visited Mrs J. H.
Mrs. Sallle Tison has returned Futch of Starke
ckaonvllle, at the freshman class and Is also .
for our next pair of shoes and let '
home after spending six weeks 1 in Biggs here Tuesday afternoon s W. COR. TilE SqtrJ\llE 4'4
the Student Government
Mrs.H.; B. McLendon and 3 blr.S. .. Eustis with her slater, ,Mrs. J. D. on mittee. me fit you correctly.PETER'S LAWTEYO. { A large party from here attended ;

Matthews spent Monday Ink Tobler. -- SHOESFur J. "
onvl11e. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and son, urday evening. UTtUS PICrVREI4 '
.|_ JJ MM* S Mrs. O. W. White and daughters E. J. Wainwright, have: returned Children Building Improvements Miss :Mary Edwards spent the 1
Paul E Canovaj Workmen are engaged In re- week-end with relatives in Gaines
Mr. and Mrs. Misses Etholin, Dorothy and from Miami where they were $1.49PETER'S
8 on. Paul III spent Monday Incksunville. Carol, were visitors to Jackson- guests of Mrs. Walnwrlght'a soninlaw I roofing the First Baptist Church villa 34PHOTOS 9 ''r
villa Saturday. building this week. Minn Elva Lee Reddiuh and Miss
and daughter Mr. and Mrs.D. SHOES

-Prevatt __ I T. Clarke. They also attendedthe Arch Type for Ladles. I Install I-/;: ;; Mattie Edith Rowe spent the 3 POSES3rMINUTES ,
Nathan /& gystvinMr week-end In Jacksonville.
wr. and Mrs. George H. Inman who is attendIng American Legion National ,
tnt Sunday with friends at Moule 'the University of Florida, Convention $2.95PETER'S r F. R. Carradlne has recent. O. J. Anders. and J. M. Reddish

Georgia. spent the week-end here at his Ily completed the installation of were visitors to Jacksonville Sun
.__ ------- SHOESFor I the latest type oil heating systemIn day' alter noon, *
--- home near Starke. Lt. Col. and Mrs. M. McNamara, i'
his home here.Gathering. his \ lOc
of Jack- Rev James Lyle will fill
lira. Olllver I Owen W. Griffin, Mrs. Lila Griffin Men y
tville, was In Starke last weekS I Miss Margaret Cheek of Lake and Mrs. Maude Alexan- regular appointment at the Baptist 1
$2.95 $5 I. Means UK '11.1. UK GLAD TO NEE to
to Church Sunday at 11:00: a
Williams. land, was a week-end guest of and Mr. and y
fine of St. Augustine,
I Many of our local growers. are and 7:30: m. all are invited
.. Miss Lucille Mitchell at her homeon Mrs. E. W. Griffin Mrs. W. J. I m.m. p. ( 4S
.. L Green and D. J.. O. Green, Madison Street. Griffin and Mrs. Maude Alexan W. L. DOUGLAS engaged la gathering and market' to attend. !,
[Brooker, were visitors here der' ,of Jacksonville, were guests Shoes for Men 1

[isday_afternoon.. .... James Richard Wainwright, Is in Sunday of Dr; and Mrs. K. L. $3.50' I .J_ \. J_
Miami visit with his --
enjoying a Biggs at their residence on Walnut '
)eWltt C. Jones, of Gainesville, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Street. IT PAYS TO BUY AT Northfield
rfifO I
9 i attending to business here Mrs. D. T Clarke. .- I.1'IIII

.iday afternoon. GRAIILUI STERNBERG'SStarke. MILK J
Miss Elizabeth and James Hal y
Blanche Chambers, and Sirs. I.. C. Smith, Correspondent 3,Tall Cans 17c !'
Jlrs llngsworth and Miss Mary Lucille Florida \
lie son of Jacksonville, were Torgde.of, ,Lawtey. were visitors to -- 1
:Mrs C B. Roberta was a visitor:
| here Friday.r. .
(tore Jacksonville Saturday.L. BROOKEK GROCERYSTARKE
to Starke Monday evening. Hand Packed ,
e. McEver and Lem Parrish
Reynlods, A. Reynolds, of Richmond Billy visitors to Starke Mine Vera Galney, CorrespondentP.T.

J Homer E. Johns, 'spent Mon- I Va., Is enjoying a visit here with were Tuesday.business A. Oyster;:: Chicken Supper' TOMATOES

y In Jacksonville.' Mrs. Reynolds, at the home of her Merrill Johns of Mulberry arrived The Brooker P.-T.A. Is having FLORIDA i.

mother, Mrs. E. F. Johns. Thursday for a visit with an oyster, chicken supper, at the No. 2 Cans .

ss r Mildred Hundley, of the his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. P.-T. A. lunch room at the school,, 3 For 25c Friday & Saturday Novemler,2) & 3
kte Farm, was a week-end. guest Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree, of Johns. on Friday night Nov. 9., There ,

Miss Dorothy Sapp.. Jacksonville, spent Sunday in :!lr'. An'1e'pM' "n* """ .John, will be a play, "Between Trains." '
Starke with. Mr:. Bwco's plU'lni.3, Mrs. Ward's daughter ;

I itlsa rte Brown Myrtle of Rogers Lake Butler and were Zllsa Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett' I I were, Mrs.visiting. Volley McKinney Wednesday Grade Honor 1 Roll: Garvin-Brookrr Pixon School Alvin Peaches Irish POTATOES 10IbSe12 l SUGAR i I INe

\,ton here Saturday. Miss Miriam Jacobs, a memberof t 1 g can
Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Lltchfluld demons Jr., Cecil Davis, Roy # u vt
the Lacoochee'Uchool:! faculty, of the Ziff section,were business Howard, Claude Preptt; William ICEBERO YLa15c #: '
Ira. Slna Kit Blitch, of Oval!, ; ERcnt*.Sunday ch rfc' swlth het'j' :.rants siuurf} brie, Saturday.Mr. Hicks, Louise Foxworth, Hazel )bs. 25cPm '

iin Staike--Sunday vlitlnjy7Mr.! : ; ;Mr, and Mrs. B. Jacobs. and Mis. Leonard Fowler Stokes, Jewell Stokes, Conle' Tyler,, LETTUCE Each 7c.,,,
I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.
and son Earnest, of the Ziff section Mary Ellen ,Waters.
-- Mrs. C. C.. Shepard and baby, were business visitors 'hen9sturday. Grade 3: Donald Crews, C, W. ao'le (YORK IMP,) t l"IIOLE GRAIN 4
fclrs. Marvin Hazen, anti mother, of Hilliard, were week-end guests Colson, Gerald Litchfield J. D. .
Is. John Cone, of Brcoker., were at I COOKING APPLES 6 Lb. .. ..25c' .'
of Mr. and :Mrs., C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dyal spent Surrency,. Margaret Foxworth, I .
|,itors to Starke Friday. their residence on Call Street. Sunday with Mrs. Dyal's parents, Betty Hazel Green, Stella Mae I ,Sliced or cru..eci "t RICE

Mr. and Mrs Johnny Lewis of Ziff Hayes, Mary Aileen Kelley, Percy No. A Can COCOANUTS, Fresh each .5e .
Heorge!: B. Flynn, of Calhoun | S. G. Lewis Is able to be at his Edd Parrish, was a visitor .to Dukes. Louise Parrlsh, Myrtles
s, S. C., spent the week-end store again after being confined Sampson ICty Friday. Lee Ttllman. 15c CARROTS, large bunch 6V2c 5lbtls..21c -
|Starke with his family to his home far several weeks witha Clyde Strickland and John Ward Edna Prevatt. Teacher.

severe case of dengue fever. were ,visitors to Waldo Friday. Grade 4; Thelma Lee:Starling,, DEI.. MONTE Yellow 'ONIONS 3 lbs. 4 i'
.Mrs. Charles Larsen, of Lake. 'tCOFFEE
Orville Litchfleld.
1,' Truby Dyal of Waldo was y
Id, U the guest this week of has returnedto BUddlng\on\ ,
Mrs. T. W. Olliver visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Dyal Ernestine Teacher LARGE EATING ,1010 |
I.I and Mrs. D, E. Knight. Ga., af v ,14
her home in Sylvania. Grade 7: Nlta Stokes, Blanton
ter a weeks visit here with her Sunday.:Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Johnson Thomas, Iva Mae Lewis, Joella PEAS APPLES, Dozen -- .. ., 2 Lbs.j61 .
01. and Mrs. J. E. Flitch, of mother, Mrs. Sarah F. Harr.ilck.: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. ),1. Barry, DorrIs Hough,.Annie Warren N Can. '
|Land, were week-end guests of Johnson of the Fort Harley section lScA 4
and Mrs. H. Brownlee.. Mrs. K.' B. Norman and two Sunday. Grade 8: Leland Waters, Jr. Hol. BANANAS 4 LbSe 25c

children, of Jacksonville, spent the Mr.;and Mrs. J. P. Roberts of Ha Litchfield, Marzle Howard, Wil- c
pill Harris, of Jacksonville, was week-end In Starke with ;Mrs. Nor Gainesville' were visiting Mr and<|, lene McGauley, Talmadge Kelley, 1
e Friday visiting his aunt, Mrs. man's mother, Mrs. Annie Richard : Sunday.Mr. H. P. Morgan, Teacher E
C. B. Roberta ;
IH. Smith, and also friends. and Mrs. Grover Rhodes of Grade 9: Dan Hazen; J. W. Kelley Peanut Butter 1 Lb. 15c f Apple Butteiv28foz.. 17c

Mrs. H. J. Sewell and daughters Lake Wales and :Miss Ellen Johnson Beatrice Cassela, ,Phillip Me .,
pi. and Mrs. D.'E.. Knight and Jo, of Gainesville Ovid
: Sara and Betty of Waldo were visitors here Neal, Janie Mae Quarrels, '
Ir guest, Mrs Charles ,Larsen, spent Friday In Starke with Lewis/ Randolph Quarrels.
Thursday t In Jacksonville lira. Ecwell'u mother, Mrs. Caus Saturday.Mr.. A. A. Youngblood and son, H. B. Wiggins,' Teacher. SALT Boxes lOc 'MATCHES ,.4 Boxes lSc'
ey. Vcstcr, of Waldo were visiting Mr. Messrs. Surrency
Ur. and Mrs. Charles Imbach I .- and Mrs. Fred Johnson Saturday. Hayward Crawford and Miss Louise k''

e visitors to Green Coves Mrs E. Gllason, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Broughton Surrency motored to Lake. Butler WE HAVE THE BEST 6 LBS. 12 LIDS: ,24 LBS.

last Thursday afternoon.. has been the guest for several and little daughter, Dorothy, were Saturday night.
days of her son-in-law and daughter visitors to Starke Satur Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and daughter -
ends of Mrs. T. J. ,Griffin, ,- Mr, sold :Mrs. Glen G.' Sear-. business I Nadine, of Arcadia,' are spendIng FLOUR t
day. 27c
Is a patient at St. Vincent's tag., Mrs. Cary Starling and family a while here as guesta'of her 47tr89c

)llal, Jacksonville, will be IDeated of Zlff were visiting Mr. and Mrs. parents. H". and Mrs. H. P. .
to know that her condl- Mrs. W. P. Randall, and children Ellice Starling Sunday. Galney.
i Is reported to be slowly Img. -were here for a Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Conerly
Jacksonville Sunday
the first, of of the week visiting her visit' L. E.with Ratllffe Mr and Mrs. Leo Dyalof of, Okeechobee are spending awhile 0. K. Soap orPowder 10'or( 25c 1 Doz. marbles Free A
parents Mr., and Mrs.\ J. M., Al Wlndemare. here as guests of her mother, ; j

varez.' Alec Willis of Ft* Lauderdale Mra. Sally Mott.
[ to spend a few days: H. P. Galney spent.*last:::weekend -
ENT Friday
A WORD Mr., and Mrs. Broward Lovell as arrived, the guest of his mother, Mrs. In South Florida and while Tokay :Grapes 2 'Lbs. 15c'. l Libby's Corned Beef 15c

and little daughter, Sanya Kay, of 1.. C. Willis. there attended the Mt. I Enon Association ,; : 1
'week-end in of of the Primitive Baptist +
COLUMN : Ocala, spent the Mr..and Mrs. Roy Roberts
Stark visiting Dr, and Mrs E.: L. Wlndemere. were guests of Mr. and denomination at Bradley Junction. BJMT'Lb. b

IK SALE-Cabbage, colJa.rcs'aDd Biggs. Mrs.Mrs.C.,Etta B. Roberts Reynolds Sunday.of Tampa High Mrs Springs Willie spent Mae last Summers week here of NUCOA'I" tiBA ON u

"itabaga plants, '1.0O per thoul Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman, arrived Saturday and is spending '17cl TIP TrOP MARKETr J
now ready for setting.. P. M. Marshall, of with her sons, J. W. and i
Mrs. Twyman

'etc ke, Fla.A. J. driffta' 10-12U Farm, Jacksonville the Sparkman spent home Sunday on East here Call at a Frenk few Mr days.Reynolds.L. C. Smith returned Sunday Quick Relief for cn>uAIN6RY' FANCY ROUND STEAK, lb. 1ge ,, Lb.16c '

PPPICE SUPPLIES Typewrlt- Street. from Windemere her daughter where, Mrs.she DUI TER Rib or Brisk.etStew, 'Lb. __lOc-
bone, adding machine ribbons was visiting Chills and Fever Mustard 1
D Mr.>.' and Mrs. B. W. Curry and Onle :Mae Graves. ,
paper, typewriter paper, Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddish, Mr. and Mrs Roy Reynolds of Lh' '29c'PURITAN whole half, Lb. lOc ;
ng machine paper, second spent the weekend visiting Mrs. Rey- : or _,..:25a: ., _Qt 4
Etf on' sale at the Bradford, of Jacksonville, Orlando were- and Other Effect of

t1 Telegraph, office. .Phoaei tf. Reddish.here .with. Mr. and Mrs. L.J. nolds'Strickland parents Sunday.; Mr. and Hrs E. Malarial:' LARD Fresh Link: Sausage, Lb. ----1ge, t. SA e

: week-end Miss( 'Era Smith left Sunday at Ocoee.for Dont put up with the suffering of Small. Wieners, Lb. -i..- ,.- .- _._ 19c''' .'lJressmr
the weeks
R SALE-Seed Bobby Biggs spent a, stay,of several I-IaIart.-tb.- teeth-clutterin; chits and
t Cane. Cayana In'Jacksonville with Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdln of the burning fever. Get rid of Malaria bjrtettini .40 41 Wieners Lb: 16e Qt. 2KcIIOIMICGROVND A4
C.Large :
i>2-4tpd. W. D. Groves Lawtey. E.: .W_Griff, and while there attended Waldo were visiting )..II', and Mrs. tile Infection out of your yMem. .:____ ._ ..
the RlnguBg-Barnum Bailey Waadln Sunday. That's what Clove's Tattekv Chill Tonic Pork ci"P,1 Fla. :
H. D. Hides of Jacksonville does-datroyi and drives out the Infection Lb:::_ ----- ,,19c:1l .i Pork & ,r
It -"Millions, Genuine circus. Leroy and relatives ,At the tune time,it buiUia. up your tried Beef '
SAd lonaR"Strawber-, v returned was visiting friends system ...lIoat further attsck"Grove's MEAL Lb., j .. .. --,_. - Me 'BE.4NSIOIb r'lluijl
Pleats Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova here Sunday. Tattcles Chill Tonic contains :
$1,50... per thousand atHelkm Sunday from their wedding Riley Wasdia and Miss JnesDemp.e'y tasteless quinine which kill the infection BOLOGNA Lb. 15c
Tburmoad' Farm, trip and are pleasantly local; 01 Waldo were visitors to la the blood. It also contains Iron which - -- t :

Ala. .10- -4tp ed 'at the Canova residence on Jacksonville Saturday.a the builds effects up the of blood Malaria and u helps well It ts overcome fortify. s .25 t ,, I'V, !J t!;.., v
AND XX INTER seeds lion Walnut There !is only one car to every acalnst re-Infection.TheM an tM elects
g at w'; ll** Store. Tur- as you want for COMPLETE relief.C-"
In :
i Ustsrd, C Nbage' beets, let- The Bradford County Temperance thirty-five people for Tasttlos. Chill Took .is pleasant to take Basket of. Groceries ;
Carrots, Committee extends an invitation compared with one car every I sad sbsolutclr safe, even for d tdrea. FREE j Saturday
Sad 1 o10 seta garden to all interested persons o five in the United States.Fully No bitter taste of quint... Get a bottle
'VV appreciate your attend the meetings and cooperate. today sad be forearmed aoalast Malaria. Staiey's Starch 3 for lOc &J\bout"Ii\
2S4ttrED 'Meetings held each Friday P. 350 bombs, shells and gre-! For sale at OH It_ Now two sixes :\
are i
being Inades are still being Abandoned 50e: and *1, The ft size contains lM
TO I.VT-Furnished M, at 3:30: The next meeting by street cleaners, times u much u UM Soc sue sad gives,
2.[and: picked up i N1
two or three at the Uiaslon ,
rooms. month in Paris. .... lilt ports lot JOur mossy J
Sox 808. Stark Miss Florence Wood In charge. every ',. ,||

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_. FRIDAY. NOVEMR.T\ .. ft
1 ac+rs..r 'wa.oan.ar, --- "" 13:&

1 Hints To Housewives KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMrs. noon at the home of -==

T. R. Ucmery, Correspondent Smith with a silver Mrs A.
j. i I Weekly from-Home' 1 1 fair marked the beginning tea.' .The'at.'
Demonstration Mrs Larson Enteretulns ot
I : FARMERS SECTION new club year and the the>
'I Specialist, Tallahamee LIVE STATE NEWS Mrs. C. Wesley Larson wan hostess the community were Invited women ot
I -- Saturday night. October 20, tend. A delightful to "t-

Conducted by Demonstration Agents START TUB DAY RIGHT at a surprise bridge party !in honor gram was presented musical pro'
News of Florida in Short by
Paragraphs of Mr. Larson's Mrs.
birthday. Four wl
Every member of the family Ham Pierce and !lrs.,
:t should start the day with a hearty i tables of contract: were in play interesting talks were Smith asd :
t and at the given
breakfast eaten In a leisurely, man. conclusion of the games some of the club members.. J by
- prizes for
high scores
awarded The
nero This practice will aid digestion & hostess was assisted In
and elimination and to Mrs. James Houser and Harold the guests by Mrs. Caring tor
help to Frank
: J Screw Worm Control
r RURAL prevent fatigue before the noon "BLUE EAGLE WEEKS" OFFICES TO REMAIN! IN lAX Lawrence. The hostess presented Misses Gertrude Houser l.ferrill
Supervisor Appointed meal. Children especially need a TALLAHASSEE:r ", Q o v e r nor JACKSONVILLE-It "appearslikely" Mr. Larson with a hand Ogden and Ruth Arnita
rr ''i'y COMMON SENSEBy good breakfast for proper growth. Dave Sholtz's office today Issued a that state.headquarters of some gift. Mrs. Larson was assisted Mrs. Oliver Jones Lawrence

t A county supervisor In screw The best breakfast is built proclamation officially designating the Florida Emergency Relief Administration in serving by Miss Gertrude Pa, arrived last of Greenville,
n SPUDS :JOHNSON worm control work has been employed around: Cooked cereal (preferably the weeks between October 30 would' remain here houser. Those invited to attend ter. She was week for the IY/b./

for Union and Bradford, dark( with milk; bread, toast and November 20 as "Blue Eagle" Administrator Julius F.. Stone, Jr., were Mr and Mrs. H. R. Lawrence .brother. Ray Smith accompanied by her

I ." ,I t, IN UVING-AT-IIOM1B Counties by the State FERA to go muffins; beverage preferably milkor weeks to promote the national recovery made the statement after talkingwith Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Pang- 1 go on to South Florida., who plane to

ti t, !W FLORIDA PEOPLE EAT Into the various communities and cocoa, tea or coffee for adults program. city officials who he said, are born. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill Mr.
x :, give demonstrations In the If : for Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Helbersrer and Mrs. James HOUler
.( MORE CITRUS FRUITSOnesixth proper desired and fruit, fresh or cook ABANDONEDTALLAHASSEEA space which son of add
,t .' ," i'-' treatment of screw worm cases. BABY IS will cost the FERA nothing. In- Mr. and Mrs. T. R. XTemery were week-end
,, Ix I This work, Is under the directionof ed.If six-months creased rental Mrs. James Houser of Jacksonville: ,guests at the home of Mr
caused Stone to
J of this
season's 36la000,000 the Is say and
-I ,- budget limited, the fruit (Mrs. J. H. '
Misses House.
old baby boy Is Gertrude Houier, Arnlta
'i box crop of Florida citrus Mr. L. T, Dyer county agent, may be omitted. However bananas being mothered by recently state headquarters would
;f fruits will be canned or consumed Lake Butler, and Ii Is In addition to and tomato welfare workers here after it was be moved from this city unless Ogden and Edith Wiggins and Dr. and Mrs. H A
orange or
% within the state, according: to the the work already being done by .. Juices are quite Inexpensive grape.fruit found on the front porch of a I something were done about It. Wallace Larson of Jacksonville. two mall sons of J.SSSL"were
the local FERA. home cradled in a pasteboard box, recent visitors at '
advance the
.fr- ;ifJ estimates of the federal and all both to the palatability and home
of '
Silver Mrs.
Tea BIls,
d ; crop reporters.' While almost' aa This demonstration work Mr. ,. the health value of the meal. They I. Leon containing a toy rubber ball. 'ORGANIZE FOR ROADS The Keystone Mrs. parents, Dr and
County Heights Woman's Rupert
'p' large a proportion of the 1933.fr Dyer states, is to teach the people also help to stimulate a lazy ap the are- seeking ARCADIA-State senators and Club entertained .
Thursday after-
(" __ "l i 34 grapefruit and orange output the best method of treatment and petite.,, parents.LEGIONNAIRE. representatives from Deanto.-' Han -
y I : i!. similarly was utilized, the percen care of Infested stock and is entirely Whole grain bread and cereals IS BURIED 1 dee, Glades and Highlands Counties ";- STILL,WANT BONUS RISING

,: :',r ep/y tage has greatly Increased in Just educational and not personal are better for health and growth FORT LAUDffiRPALE-HarolJ met here to organize the eighteen MIAMI-Raising Its voice In a !Mrs. H. M. McRae, Correspondent
\\fjf.\ t I a fear years. service. It la not meant for the than refined cereals because they I J. Morgan of Old Orchard, Maine counties of the first congressional mounstrous "aye," the American -

\15 '411;(I In 1930-31. the only previous people who already are treating furnish more minerals, especially Legionnaire, who.;.wad"fatally injured district into a group working Legion demanded the immediatecash |Mr. and 1fre< Ra"orc Brown of

'if'' ij.,; marketing period In which the total I their stock properly Mr. Dyer the blood-builder iron; 'and more In an automobile accident, for a unified rbad building,and payment of the veterans bon here Plant City spent the weekinrt'' {"l"l, .I production ran up to 36,000- says, but to carry the informationto vitamins especially the appetiteand while en route toTthe American Legion maintenance program. The group us certificates by the government. with relatives.
,i"t;f I fix: 000 boxes, only about eight and every person In every community digestion promoter vitamin B. national convention at Miami also plans to cooperate with the .1 The vote was 081 to 183. Pay 'I Mr and Mrs. R. M. Crosby
J 1 '!','' one-half per cent was taken for In these two counties In an effort Sugar on cereals should be at best was burled here with full military state road department. Walter- ment Legion officials have estimated children were visiting Mr and Mrs.and

'd j canning and home consumption. to get them to follow the ap- only a sprinkle, and Is better bruit- honors. ,Morgan 'was struck bY an Gall of Zephyr Hills, a member of would require an outlay of E. D. Sullivan at Theressa Sunday

'1.. Back of ten years ago the quantities proved treatment.,, ted entirely. It satisfies the appe- automobile, while he was on a the department, explained there about two billions of dollars by the afternoon.

, ; .: thus used were much small Mr. H. S. Plnkston, Lake Butler, tite ''very quickly and provides no highway near here. was little money on hand for construction I government. There were some I' J. W. Buddington and daughter

1 ,, er, seldom aggregating more than has been employed for this work building material for bones teeth TO work.TURTLE boos in this sixteenth annual convention Gwendolyn and Mrs. M. J. McRae,
l w two or three per cent.: because of his wide experience In and muscles.: If the cereal is too VETS MOVEJACKSONVILLEFir.t of the Legion as some and daughters. Llllie and

..r il ,% Factors responsible for the enlarged treating stock for screw worms, sweet the children may be satisfied contingent IS FISHERMAN I state departments cast votes spent the week-end at Frostproof,Ann
; Florida utilization of citrus and his other qualifications, according before they have had enoughof of World War veterans who SILVER SPRINGS-Pretty, soft against a resolution by the legislative visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
: M a Include the recent unsatisfactory to Mr. Dyer. He has worked it for their. growth needs; will begin to span one of the gapsIn for- the alligator snapping turtle! committee calling for bonus lis.' El-

+ prices for fruit shipped Into the last week in Union and is work- Small the Key West overseas highwaywill All he does the whole day throughis payment and remlssoln of Intereston Miss Vesta McRae
S'L r'.i. markets, and higher appreciation ing this week in Bradford. He should drink move to Islamorado Key early lie on a river bottom with his loans already made on the serv- day night in spent Tues
1, t t h a of the food and health .values. A will alternate each: week, and the plain milk while older children next week, the'transient department mouth open and wiggle a wormlike ice certificates. with Miss Leola Woodlawn section
may have milk or weak Norman
; /' third impelling motive has been a cocoa of the Florida r
l work will continue for six weeks. made with Emergency I appendage, Inside the lower --
milk. It
i Inspired by the depression-time Now new Ideas or new methods, may either Administration announced today. jaw which entices the choicest of
3 trend towards "Ilvlng-at-home" Mr. Dyer says will be used In hot or cold, and the season of At present the veterans are stationed fit.li tight into( his mouth..: Too NOTICE
4 '..i'' practices. these demonstrations but the correct which year Is probably will determine at Keystone Heights, near 'I slow and bulky to catch his own

k Statistics compiled by the Marketing use of Benzol and pine tar oil preferred. Gainesville. food yet Inordinately fond of theswlfter.movlng Notice I. hereby given that the following described 0'
i Though the general thereof a. will Janda, or eo
for b. much
plan ,
tG to
Bureau and n..o.ary
related the
.rtL" agencies will be stressed as these have | -| | | -| pay amount due for taxes
proved opposite herein
fish nature to
I has the
I! V7 Indicate that breakfast Is the same every day, EFFECTIVE AT ONCE same together with coat" of sale and .et
fully half of the will b. sold -J advertlelnt
: entirely satisfactory If properly provided this at auction I on the y.ugr ,
ugly creature with 6th:
i citrus disposed of In the state goes used. there!\ need be no monotony in this TALLAHASSEE- Should the filament of flesh in his a Starke, the County of Bradford. November. 1811, at
r throat
a into Juice drunk at stands or in meal. With a variety of cereals, proposed constitutional amend- DRNCIUPTIO'V' .
I 1i 1{ homes or is otherwise included In JAXTON breads, and fruits from which to ment repealing state prohibitionbe which looks more like a fish worm NIL of /; % of lIIeo T. ft A.rBO. OWNER: Tun
the worm does itself and I \ of NWKE;:
is NE1
choose the number of ratified at November U 8 It
the B. L.
? __
the food of Florida. In possible gen Blfts-a _
: supplies NE of ... t J!
far % NW'i ._. .1f
more effective in than ?- 8 6 23 40 ,
% large measure this fruit takes the Hr..W. A. Tyler Cerr.spofidrat combinations la large. eral election it would become effective the most fishing B) I.AAtfE <4 of SK'4 & P 8. Calkins ..... 1013

.J 1l j place: 91 products previously im Theodore Crews was a visitor If the budget permits, eggs area immediately. Attorney Ingenious. of human lures. I Ie of SBV4 being80 Cor of yds 8\\V4 N

r :;;;; ported. here Sunday.O. desirable addition especially for General Cary D. Landls has ruled -. & 8 by 280 yds E & W_24 I S3 80 Biggs & Sttrnberg1 .
S the adult and adolescent membersof "without awaiting the certificate BIGGEST CONVENTION Cum on Call St. at 8W Cor IGaf
,(fi Citrus Is essentially a cash crop T. Nelson attended church at ,, of land owned by Mrs. y" .
, : !( In the state. Grove owners must Lawtey Sunday.Mr. the family. For the smaller of any canvassing board or proclamation MIAMI-Crews of men removing S. M. Wells A run N 920
I I <" children an egg might be served of any executive officer. !- grandstands and decorations ft to land of A. L. Al-
\ depend upon the proceeds from it ..
Tyler var. thence W
and Mrs W. A. spent alone ..
at the hearty meal In the middle from store fronts
for the funds that enable them to ,. were the only Alvares land 121 ft. ..
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and of the day rather than at break- reminders tonight of Miami's biggest thence a! SIB ft to Call. "
Products de.
tar less In
1 operate. "
; Mrs. O. L. Brown of Double Run. MISSING St, thenceH. on Call St .,
fast and all (IT. FOUND :
Y';1' mand from.consumers elsewhere children should have convention. Many of those 113 beg In NW&! of "
Rev. E. S. Hicks filled his regular at least four week. JACKSONVILLEWidely who came to the sixteenth ;,1tIt"o Htarke _...
= a .28
( commonly are held in greater favor eggs annual ll W. It.: Edwards, ._ /
j Com n.fl j
,,!\ ( r! for family consumption. appointment here Sunday and If a good breakfast is served every sought for a year, Alfred B. Dls- convention of the American Le- dernnn at NW lana cor A of Hogan San.

y, ';+ When seven to nine per!\ cent Sunday night. day much of the fatigue and telhurst Jr.. 18 Nashville, Tenn.. gion made side-trips to Havana, Alley & run N on said ,
';;l ';' of the grapefruit and oranges get Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norman of Irritability to which children are youth has returned home after living Nassau and nearby Florida cities, lane ft 52 ft Hogan, W 50 ft,Allay 8 63 ,

into Florida market baskets or on Rising section were the guests of subject may be avoided. A regu- l in various Florida transient but the majority had already started enJ: E 50 ft to beg In j

,4' the tables of the growers themselves her father.. J. A. Tyler Sunday.We lar routine for the whole day cannot camps under an assumed name. homeward Officials estimated One Starke lot Corn 60--ft--_W____of_IS 8 21 Dr. E. L. BI.... _____ n.1;.

the fact therefore Is highly are sorry to report that Mrs. be emphasized too much and Young Dlstelhurst was found near the 60,000 visitors spent more NW Cor of Sanderson

significant/ In respect to the wider Georgle Summers is on the. sick nothing will make it easier to follow here at Camp Foster by depart than $3,000,000 during their stay Run lane K A 117 Hogan ft W Alley 87 I ft.A 8
l 'I, adoption of "live-at-home" pro list this week. than the good beginning that ment of justice agents and an uncle here.' Skeleton forces manned .1 ft W 55 it, sIS, "{ ft
a s grams. Albert Brown or Double Run' features a good breakfast. Lloyd Hamilton of Nashville many Miami stores today aa em E to on Hogan said Alley!140 thence.
".':; y Staples, non-citrus: fruits and was visiting relatives here Fri IN THW cinrriT COI-RT BRAT who left. here immediately to return ployes ,recuperated from the day- beg In Starke ...._ft te'I;

,\ garden vegetables that will furnish day FORD (COUNTr", FLORIDA Ill' I the youth home. and-night convention grind. C. A KNIGHT, '
._ Tax Collector of Bradford County, Florida.
most of the food needed by the -
.__ James Holllngsworth/ a minor, by t ...
II' "Y n9orltin .farm. t1v and EVERGREEN Annie 9)llnaworth| ) his next
'\ i .verag' .. r' -? friend, .;'-
&v+ !urlvlng iik'almost every section Mr. '1'..JL Rosier, CorrespondcS l'IainUUj( I .. '. .I., ':'0;... .. r

J round{ out the. essentials for "liv Eugene J. J.VII., Truby, et al. / t v a
; ) ing-at-home. Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth, Defendant. .
'{) ," I Farmers who raise their own Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and daughter Order c....f No.PublicationThe SOS
!t. "" J foodstuffs have suffered less than Lucile of Jacksonville spent Slat of Florida
,' 'their neighbors who neglected the Sunday with B. E. Rosier and To Eva Kllllan and J. W. Kllllan,
'r I her of Waynesvtlle., North
:, d i opportunity, throughout the de mother. Carolina: I .a"ndci H. J. Crawford: of. Km- RUCK
'd.! pression. Miss Jamie Sapp was visiting Renton Pennsylvania; The Federal
Land hank. of Columbia, a forelancorporation
;,J t Rural rehabilitation now is to be I I'S her cousin, Pauline Rosier Sunday. "with I its principal: placeof
!I accomplished ono "live-at-home" :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee :Mrs.J. olina.business In Columbia: South Car ., ,

\ ;1 plan among country people having M. Rosier daughter and grandson You and each of you take notice '. ., -
;;.i j j t access to land. I spent! Sunday afternoon withB. that the plaintiff by hla next friend ,I',
i haa In the above entitled cause filed
ni e> E. Rosier and mother. bill of complaint against I you s.elc- I.' '_ ANAtRLA LCOMMiJrtt
.. The surgeon fish of Bermuda. the lusr: the forecloaure:: of tax lien over ;r" ., jot
carries a spine near its tall so Miss :Mildred Sapp wee the following described premlioa In f )
guest of ,Stella Mae Motes Sun Bradford County Florida, to-wlU .\ "" #
sharp that It cuts other fish likea I.ot. S, e,, 11, II In Subdivision of i ,
knife.CROSS. day. NE' Sea 7, Two. 7 tt B. ..' ,.
sharp Mrs. Schtllte Rosier and daughters and ar.f. r.'h.. NWH o SNl% East i '

CHILDREN Louise and Clarice, were visiting and of Road Hange., of said Section. Township Florida'* fertile fields have produced :garden;: truck crops averaging ;l

Mr. and :Mrs. J.: D. Peele It I.! orAered that you and each
MAY HAVE WORMS Saturday night. of :you I Ibl are hereby of complaint required to In-appearto said $38,000,000: in value for? the past five years. When more people realize

W.... fee upett little Mttessdis. bed breath.fmfulnMS. :. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grlffls of cause on Monday. November 5th, '
I! IOM .1 weight. itching areundnoee :: the State Farm spent Sunday with 1914, otherwise the bill of complaintwill the importance of winter vegetable production in Florida, and marketing fk
be taken aa contained by you.
A : plnhW: I
-w R-it
.: : his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John It la Ordered that thla notice be pub.
i end lee *"*>r% nlfoblr ..p.\ll.f the ...... Gilffls. lished once each week for 4 consecutive methods are perfected thousands of now idle acres will a profitable
.nd toned the d.U.... _.. Whin. c:;.... ) weeks. In Bradford County TelegraPh pay \ ,
Vf.... recommended. bv druasists.MTTCUKtia Miss Pauline Roster was a vial newspaper published In
rdaC'. : : / .
( DRUG STOKE: Jtor to Starke. Saturday afternoon Florida. Witness revenue.
\ __ n.-_______.. my hand and the official seal of r
6 said Court at Btrrke, Bradford .
County tember,Florida A. D. It34OFFICIAL this, S7th day of Sep. Florida ships ten per cent of all fresh fruit and vegetables of the ..

t MAVIS ( A.A.J.,Clerk SEAL THOMAS of Circuit. Court. United States from less than 300,000 seres-yet this state's total! land area is rlh y a

Bradford County. Florida. 1
IO-S-et-11-I. 35,000,000 acres, of which ',000, oo acres are utilized for farm purposes. f .' .

L.1: FACE on 'REOLECTYOII Vegetable growing: sections, properly fanned\ ,bring liberal cash returns. .k,

Federal credit Palm Beach with 1,000,000 worth of '
: POWDER KIMEYSS! I reports. county over i,.

*' ''kidneys not working r 'beans in a single season, Seminole county with $2,500,000 worth of ;.>

rlghtyou suffer backache it .

llnlneaa. burning scanty er too ._ Celery and Dade county with tomatoes valued at $1,600,000.Florida .
treqnent urination, swollen feet and E

., ankles; feel lame, stiff, -all tired leads the nation in the of x
4 nf use Doan'j Pill*. production celery, tomatoes, snapbeans "1
Preserves Thousands rely upon .Doer*'*. v
ea, They are praised the country over. eggplant, cucumbers, peppers and Irish potatoes. ,
Get Doan't fait today. For sale by
Skin all druggists.DOAN'S. "' Florida has demonstrated that she has the climate, the sod, the facilities, .

Moisture PILLSHUSKY for leadership in dozens of agricultural;: crop products. Our resource must '

t h t' be'" developed-by bringing more people here, t increasing' our consumer: \\

.I'markets nlarginS.CMR volume of trade. We need" the business. and '

Nolureffe, atanell_. Rachel'
jz ** can get it by selling the world on our ability to serve and to produce. A ti w N

' 7 ,. unified national advertising compaign wul{ tell our story,convincingly, to a
SAN ... Adheres marvelous!?.. .Clinging .'-
i 5 0. for hour and so fine in weight hundred million people who have never seen Florida. Let's advertise -

in that it .

serves curl skin moisture. COUCH DROPS for RESULTS I .

Gives loveliness as soft as a'' .

peach bloom and so pure in Modic-iiud wtttt ingiadi"is : The All Florida Committee it a'nontwrtuan. -
color that it
brings out latent .
beauty you never dreamed you .- of Vieks "VjpoRub aoa profit ocguuzalio* tf' e ,

possessed. And, of course the ring -r UI rMt, .lh.. promotion of Florida" welfare 1, ..* <

; i thrilling Mavis fragrance. 'a*who)*. Study these weekly an* ID 4

I/yon /,./. tm*.t inf- .eouncemenli car*"fullyn' thai you may" al/-

ply f... Ned Ht Ml aVMMl THROAT Vnow Florida and thus .. Utter f fto .

<_& V. VIVAUDOU INC.S80 I 'fill! -f eo-opetat_ % ito-pieepenr/.'

,_ Fifth AT*. New York. N.Y. t,, ?

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v fir 46 ',a. Z;;; r'vt', ,' a"M,,.,, J,rwn;
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OVEMBEIt :2. 1934gT4RKB .
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DIRECTORY' -- -- -.. .. .. ,, .
CHURCH ----- - -- ------ --- -- ... .=
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C. B. Price, Pastor,, Mlna! Ada !Nlmm.. CnrreMpomleiitMHS t
ReV. ff
Funeral services for Mrs. Arle

Sunday School-.10-00:ll::00 a. m.Morning a.. m. the I'rThe Story of the Bible Told in Pictures Cason Colaon resident of the | Han, daughter ofMr "

\Vorship- The "'.." ." of N Brooker section who diet Tuesday and Mrs. A. C. Hill, left this ', ti l ',
BY. P. U.615: p. m.Evening State at her home near Brooker week for Tampa to visit her sister, I ,
l'spltnlNews. i
Worship-7.30::! p. m. Mrs. Paul .
were held last Wednesday morning
Service 7:30 E I
Mld-Week Prayer : II October 24, at eleven o'clock Mrs. Chnrloy Hall had as her t

p. m BI': 04CAR JOHtSOIT" S at the New River BnptUt Church, guests this week, Mrs. F. L.
you are Invited to all our servo and KENT WATSON with the pastor Rev O. E McCauley Youngblood::: and daughters, Evelyn "+ .

I Ices officiating. Interment was and Bettle Joe, and Mrs. a .

Church No made In the family plot in the Ellen Johnson, all of Waldo. ,I
Methodist state in the union
got more
Rev B. M. Montgomery Pastor. publicity than Florida last week church cemetery. Rev. Lyle of Lawtey preached at P !". 11

Sunday School-10 a. m. what with the Legion Mrs. Colaon l was the widow of the Baptist Church last Sunday, {

Morning Worship-11 a. m. Miami and the lynching conventionat of tho late F. 1. Colaon and was morning I j I and evening. r( f
Epworth League-6:45 p. m. negro Claude Neal at Marlanna 1 t, born and reared in the New River A large dwelling house, and garage

Evening Wc.rshlp-7:30: p. m. Friday night. Of the latter we r I section. She was a member of ? on Church Street which belonged + j

You are invited to all these servo shall hear much, much more and ,I the New River Baptist Church. to Miss Ada NImmo, was

| Ices. It may not be the kind of reading Surviving are two daughters, destroyed by fire last Saturday jl t.h i it
we like to see. Mrs. Johnnie Douglass of Brooker, morning. The fire was caused by '

I'resbjterlan Church Much and Mrs Virginia Rimes, of Worthington explosion of an oil stove In the

Rev. George H. Lowry. Mlnlste to the misunderstanding exists as Springs: one son, Clyde kitchen; less than half of the>
00 a. m.-Sabbath School. circumstances leading up Colson of Brooker three brother
10: ; household goods were saved. A 1 ,
11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; to the lynching. When Neal was Ray. Cecil and Charlie Cason small insurance was carried on the

sermon by the pastor. taken into custody shortly after I of Lake Butler and several grand house, but the furniture and garage IY

6:30: p. na;Junior Christian Endeavor the finding of Lola Cannldy's body children. I were not insured ; v
near,, Marlanna, Sheriff Chambliss rPx.
of s.1.t. ,. Mrs. J. II. Saxon visited her slater fa i
7 30 m.-Evening: Worship. Jackson County, fearing mob r ("1.1:IIKB AVtt IV'II..P.-.I.O.. !.
: p.
violence secured court authoriza ,E l'1'RrtAL .:...F..IO'llNotl : :Mrs W. H. Griffin of Bun- i
," In hereby given' that the last
nell Sunday morning
tion to transfer the prisoner to Hoard of County CoinmlMaloiivra of .1
Chipley Jail In the adjoining 'e' C* i Hradford County, POlnrl ; coun- l mar session. a.n..ntbl. BOB JONESComments ty of Washington. Learning this, : following; named, persons to art aa teacher, spent the week- i ,
a lynch party organized, visited Clarks end tnnportnra. for the vnrl- end with her husband. Prof. L H. h
1 Otis' prerlnrta 'In the Bald County for
Futch who teaching at Lovett.
Chipley and failing to find ,
On Here, the Oenotnl ICIertlon tn ba held NoMiinber 1 1Over
prisoner there, retraced their stepsto uI m" t dtti A. IX 1994, .
Prerlnet'i'to. 1, Lawteys (1. It. '
And Hereafter 'Cottondale and headed south ""ar,'.. CUilu" J. H Austin, T. T. tho past four depression j' ..

for the Panama City Jail In the 7 tllnckburn. and llallla Jones In. yenrs life insurance companies ;

belief that he might be there. Unsuccessful Hpeotorailnclnrt No I. North Stark-. K.Monre. have paid to policy holders and { Ny,
This Is being dictated aboard a there they proceeded to Clark! I Wllnwr T Holeen- beneficiaries more than 911,000-( i. e'gl
steamship en route to Europe.In the Gulf dorf, J. V. \Klrklltar, and R. A, New.eon ; ? 'd I
County Jail at Wewa- InapartoraIMerlnoe 000,000. r '
crossing the Atlantic a fewyesrs hltchka with the same result. Not ... No. A Mouth Rtarkot W ,.-- aj
ago I heard a man ask a ship to be outdone they continued their .16 r S, Slbley, Clerk. ;; HuU H. I\len., Women support about 65.00Obeauty
I Kllle "'ulltv"n1<1 II. U Mounts' '
officer, "How far la It to land?" search through Saturday and Sat Moore Talk With God o. Mount Sinai.-At the beginning of their wanderings in the wilderness Innpectora.rindm shops throughout the Unit "," !

"About four miles straight down," urday night keeping a sharp eye Moses was not only the leader of the Israelites butoalso their sole judge. But finding this burden too Kvttr, lleiki t No.: :John 4 Omnium Huiionry W.,T,F.Me.:T. ed Mates. ,, ',

the officer replied. The ocean is on the Chipley Jail, visiting Jailsin heavy, he appointed Judges from among the people of Israel to judge the small matters and he himself Aberhnthv and J. A. J. MulClnnay, -- .

mighty deep In some places, butI other nearby counties. Reporthas lerved as a final arbiter. Thus the Israelites were provided not only with a law-throu&h; the Ten Com Innnertora.I'railm.t. No, B, Hamilton I !.. J. IF YOUR t
remember In the Bible somethingabout it that the negro was in the mandments and the comprehensive Mosaic code !given to them shortly: afterward-but with a Judiciary as Wynn, l'Ierkt! U U lolinn M I* Wa. k

our sins being burled in the Chipley Jail all the while, being well. The Ten Commandments were given to the Israelites and the Mosaic covenant was ratified by terms torn.I'rerlnct. and W R Thornton Innpeo 1f

depths of the sea. I hope mine dressed in women's clothes and God through Moses on Mount SinaI. The arrival of the children of Israel at Sinai and their preparations No 8,' Thareanai n. I"

have been put in the deepest part held In the women's section. Neal : for receiving the Law are told In Exodus 19. "And the Lord came down upon Mount Sinai, on the U tlliiMon.elder\ : Clerk und, t;:.A A.I*Youngblood tUilllvan, Frank, Inimm : BREATH HASA
of the deepest ocean. It is a great is understood to have been trans top of the mount: and the Lord called Moses up to the top of the mount; and Moses went up.-Ex. ,torn.Pmclnrt.

joy to know that our sins are remembered ferred to Pensacola Sunday. Sheriff 19: 20. This illustration is from Merian's story of the Bible _In pictures, engraved In 1023. No. T, New Rivers 10. U
Kelly Clerk! Frank Marrltt, U. H.
against us no more forever Gandy shortly thereafter order. Andrew, and Hvrnila Kelly In- SMELL YOUCAN'T r'-'
God forgives and He for. ed apeotora1'ieclnrt. '
the prisoner's transfer to Brew. gatlon was also Indicated. Whether crossed by the leaders who prom. HOUSING PROGRAMJACKSONVILLEThe No, S. tlrooker J. U.
gets all of our sins. ton in Escambia County Ala. It any removals will follow depends ised that the family should have Mutt Clerk| Have ilrean. Clyda.
V is questionable as to whether or Cone, and I., It dalney, Inapartora. FEEL WELL '
these "first chance" ate the
upon reports. negro. Federal 1* J* Conner, Chairman Hoardof
When we did not sail at Norfolkat not the Alabama sheriff had the Chief criticism throughout the Housing Administration's County CommlHNlonara, .
new '.
program Bradford County, Floilda.AtteHti .. feed A .
9mr *
authority to the WMV ww M -! vm
3:00: o'clock on the minute as accept prisoner.It country is expected to rest on the Within the next few days we to stimulate construction A. J. THOMAS. Clerk cur **...*. Om MmmAm mmt* tfcj. ,;, 1
scheduled, I asked a ship officer was relatively an easy matterfor Fact that the mob held the pegro shall know whether our Constitution and to stabilize the mortgage mar ioutua ...., -twr ..* W MV awMk Md sea. II

why the delay. "We are waitingfor the mob of 100 Floridians to for nearly twenty-four hours before Is to receive seven more patch ket will swing under way In Florida "tad rasa,hnMk.all ear W.w.Ml bed MM.,.pats la rhr of late a.0e.

clearance papers." he replied. get Neal out of the Brewton Jail "disposing" of him. es. The zero hour Is next Tues Nov. 1, Fons A Hathaway, .... SMUSh7 sad M to4 See W WR. f,.

Then he explained to me that since early last Friday morning. If any day when more than 200,000 electors I state administrator, said here upon wNERVEs 1rIM. saws W tbN yw 1s tJte..........t r Iwell
.Me W. tae meea, see Y '
the "City of Hamburg" would landat mistake was made at all In the ef of Democratic Republicanand I his return from conferences at Iw.a'S dleM k wW b 1M bile Id..' '
forts of officers to preventmob Calling out the Tallahassee and efed Jl..ea .... In e.s ((9,
French and German ports it peace other persuasion will marchto Ii Ie ur at.A
Washington. Modernization
Panama City national guard unitsto plans U.Iw. pt.r.. mem MWWI.. tees 4 t,; ,i
was necessary for the ship to receive violence it may have been In the polls to give their answer to will continue Hathaway said, but ..... Sees I'Ng.ts ........ ... "day eU 9
clearance papers from the failing to send the prisoner to Mobile \ afforded quell a these threatened companies Marlanna their riot the following questions: the second phase of the housing _w.tne.Seed ... and ...-r7r abd, aw ai t

German and French consuls. In Instead of Brewton. act will .. ;--I.t": '
I- Shall homesteads up to tho receive greater emphasis. : ease i;
First for such servicein
opportunity .
other words, if we land in these This was the first time in thestate's In fact the Talla value of $3,000: be exempt from all After Nov. 1, the owner of a lot .w W4r aU MlButaa.cm 3ry,.

foreign ports, the representatives history, so far as Is known, hassee many machine years. gun company had current city, county and state taxes will be allowed to borrow up to bet'IrhoM'W. dent* friend sad w.wv.ll feel rue like tad a wWpcmltaaaaat. *.e.tM s4 ;-

of these governments are responsible -, that Florida prisoner had been never been ordered out for such except for levies to discharge I eighty percent of the appraised .a-', MI a mouUiw.... .. tab* C h P
to to it that have transferred to neighboring state value of his ta-d_ GootJte Miua* Take Carter m
see we : a duty. It was mobilized and on Its existing bonded debt property. Including the UtUe U_ PIIU wklah nothing on the ship in the way of for safekeeping.The 'lot and dwelling. The loan will be Bow of mr toile Jolaa. Bat It aooMtktias '' '
2 Shall the and
way fifty-two minutes after Cap manufacture ."* *. It. f.teeth. +
disease or contagion which mightdo Governor's office was in tain received his orders (rom Vivian sale of liquor In. Florida be legalIzed made for twenty years at low Interest ou.= .,

injury to their countries. It constant touch with Marianna after In those counties in rate, and the mortgage secured .rids = the rarer
Collins, adjutant general at as may _,. AlII fo. tJu1 '. r.-.
occurred 'to me that if a representative receipt of news of the abduction St. Augustine. the course of Un>e vote wet? by the government In exchange l"l 1.1_ PI"" lor ... ... .w .- A Al

of a foreign governmentmust of Neal at Brewton but no 3-Shall the existing twenty-six: fur the loam MIl f.-.If. 0...... c.lU*
_. ,
0. K. before it ,
a ship can -
one In authority could shed any ,
Sheriff Flake Chambliss of Jack. judicial circuits' be reduced to a
land In his port, that God has a The real name of iiarnunVa
to the whereabouts of the partner
light as \
son County may or may not be the i maximum of fifteen, and the number -
right to te conditions under was James McGulness Insteadof
say mob or the No one knew
beat Sheriff in Florida. One things of judges be reduced to one
which we are to land in the heavenly Bailey. lie changed his name f9
whether Neal was dead or alive.
certain and that Is he does not for each fifty thousand of population
port. Jesus the representative the mob did to Bailey when he ran away from
All reports were that lack However, that cour- fraction thereof T
courage. major
of that or home to detection. IIP TO ... ...-It-
Heavenly City, came with the Immediatelyafter escape
away slayer age might not have availed him : be ami. high
4 "Shall State's Attorney's vwrr at tension
down to earth and died on the the Florida line I. i -
crossing much If the mob wwhlch threatened the of N* wonder sna at the wtf
cross bearing our sins In His body. given equivalent grand jury The art of biscuit making employs you >
from Alabama.
to "get" a second negro Saturday obviate and !bark at & /
in to
powers felony cases
We must be cleansed from all sin some 8,000 hands In Read. eatlch/1dOveaeetfakad
Sheriff Chambliss reported he for clubbing a white man with special regular grand jury sit.' Wa t e a I
if we to land In the Ing. England.PK .
are some day felt that he could cope with any o% bottle had had an equally courageous tings except upon the order of the .errs* may lead to Bkeph.eaees !. ii 3Ilf'
port of the City, whence He came lynch effort. The problem, how and cool leader. The Sheriff .!ft Nervmm
of circuit?
judge the J'I U. :lose
and to which < MtRTKRS BALK }
He has to boat .?
gone prepare '
that he could but few .
I ever was to find the neck-tie par. said see Notlr In hereby given that tin
a for :5-Shall the Legislature be empowered .. sthsr anpleasant dlstarbaxea .
place us. No made to have Jackson County people in the il r Hint o"'I..ln final d.vre. or for. ,
ty. request was to establish a uniform IOBIIIB\ and mil entered by lion, A. Wty W> FOIl t&7 Pr. MltaTsafflsTTVaVMsM ;; It
militia sent Into the county to pre group. Many were said to be of and A. AilkliiH. an Jude of the (riroiil If.... TftDMteTJwA
Sitting of the the section coming system county municipal Cuuit n f Iliariford County Klurlda" When Fire Drives' } '
on neck toaay one serve the course of law and order. strangers to In MM la a half (laM .,
government "which shall be applicable hBiKcry, In IhHt certain crew came near me and unscrewed Had any such request have been from Georgia and Alabama. Many In where local landingIn. .al" Court wherein water Btslisa a Out Your Tenants
a little brass door on the floor made, there Is every probability were from Calhoun and counties except cases Johnle Tynon. et. al are complain blab .== k
laws !laws for counties am and I.uclla
near my feet. I asked him whathe that the Governor would have ordered surrounding Jackson. or special fondant, uaiia No Ayre..L 117, the al are undvr de. .. _.zed ass.Dv. -. ya.r properly bcwamea. nnproda* p
therewith"6Shall .
inconsistent .
was doing. "I will show you." the militia out. ,- may aliened Mporlal Master by said d.- .... M pwt.A .I. arse ties. But If you have Rent ln.uriaea 4 ;

he replied. He let a .rope with Apiece Justice Rivers W. Buford, for the legislaturevhave the otM appointed, will nail to the hl.h. .SStSr rg"fr1a to make Fire lanuraae Pr.. Q
Even so, the prisoner was In the right to establish altar or abolishthe out 'bidder for rash :I of the 1 your
of iron attacked to It down of the Mouth door nf the County: ;
Chief Supreme Court
mer lection mote complete, will hrelmburMxl .
of which
hands a mob was laying present City Government of house In Cltark! Florida during the ..e .a.. nataliur effel.*. you
the hole and then took it up and low somewhere in Jackson County Court, who hails from Marianna, Jacksonville and create a consol- legal hour nf sale I on Monday, No.v.mb..r : $LM at ;r- drat Mein for the loan ol rent ,
felt of the Iron to see If It was knew. The was one of the heroes of the day. 6th 4 U34, aha fullowlnir drlo .. i The soil la .mall-4he proleclloa) ty
-r-where, no one ques- and .
idated county city !government <' J land situate In Bradford. ,
wet. ,
He said, "I am sounding to He left Tallahassee early Saturdayfor "
could have re- Lotloll70about.14 '
tion is, what good subject to referendum of the County Florida, t'-wlti NWW or Icsecewar/
find out if there is leak week-end visit to Marlanna of ,
a anywhereIn sulted from sending'in a companyof HKV. Harllon 13, Twp. S iii.ulh. ) / '
the boat. I do this day. and found the ever-Increasing mob voters lianaII Kant together with Intvnomvntu t ( '
every the national guard. The guard hemdUamanta, and : HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE I,
If there Is a small leak we want to a lynchinghad milling about the streets of the 7-+Shall motion picture studios purtananoas. ape ( ,I i\f RVf LI
have prevented
know It so we can mend it." It might been In the Ma city. Negroes were being chasedoff and plants established In Florida T. F. L.ANDIIUM ."

occurred to me that It Is Importantfor the prisoner other Arrival the streets. Members were incensed from July 1, 1933, be exempt from KNIOHT KNDIHTMp.lal Master, I STAKKC. FLORIDA ;,
us to sound our lives day to rlanna or any that Sheriff Chambliss all real estate taxes for a period of Attorneys for 1..lnllt... I- -.- -- -
Marianna or
of guardsmen at any lo-if-at.ii.i
day with the Word of God to see would shoud have cut down Claude Neal fifteen years
In the county
If there are any leaks In our char other place enough for the from the tree In court house Interest in the respective amend FUNERAL DIRECTORS
have been signal
acter; and if leaks are found, by square as early as six o'clock Sat ments seems to be In the order\ out
the grace of God we should mend small mob to accomplish section its of objective the urday morning. Many came to Ma lined. Homestead Amendment Interest uur Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for V. to Render

them before they become big and la some other rlanna to see him and It was finally far over-shadows all other EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

sink the ship of character In the county. decided to place the mutilated proposed changes In the basic law. MODERATE PRICES

sea of life., A little sin In our 'I Under the circumstances peace body "In state" on the courthouse Both the Home Owners League DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY .

character neglected by us becomesby officers and especially deputizedmen lawn. That partly satlsfixi favoring ratification and headedby BTARKE. FLORIDA '' 1

the very act of our neglect a were more or less powerless, the group, but the bottle incl- State Senator W. C. Hodges, of ..

big sin I as would have doubtless been a Jent re-kindled the lynch spirit.Justice Leon and the All-Florida Protective I

''S e e ,national guard unit. Buford sought out the mob League, of which Frank E.

In the dining room of our ship I Governor Sholtz deeply deplored leader took him Into one of the Jennings Is President and cam ,

there are six gentlemen' at 'a table I the incident. No one seemed to court house offices and "reasoned"with paign manager, have been conductIng For Expert Repairing i

near ours. They speak of it as i appreciate more-.than he the unfavgrabie him, then'addressed the aggresstlve campaigns- Both

the "International Group." It so publicity the Incident crowd. The militia had been requested have been shooting more or less

happens that all of ,these gentlemen !would bring on the state. He was In the meantime. The In the dark as to the real effectof i

were born In different coun ,aware that Tallahassee correspondents leader urged that the crowd dis ratification on the tax revenuesof I ,?

tries. One Is German one is Eng : were being besieged with a perse. cities counties and state. Governor Smith's Garage z t

lish, one Is French one Is Swiss, continuous stream of telegramsfroms Sholts cleared) up the mystery t,
one Is news agencies and the> larger acative major In Saturday when he announcedthat
American, and one Is from Although an .Alelb. Selector alt.!
the country for def. collected by State Auditor
Holland. They are an Interesting' papers the national guard Chief Justice figures Phone 120 r
group and seem to be_ above the mIte news which could not be pro- Davis of the Supreme Court wentto Bryan Willis\ showed that never mid/ e. let* than
vided until early Saturday mg'UIng. citizen. cities and counties would be affected ,
average In intelligence. They have Marlanna as a private '
a lot of fun. What a 'great pity Any correspondent who could The Guard Units ordered there by an estimated $8,188.90093 lOc. Yort now can buy Wrecker Service Day or Night

nations can't get along like that! have supplied the demand for pictures were under command of Colonel In lost Income. He advised that the sain* sis* and quality I

The table is a good place to get of the mob operations could Percy Coombs, of Apalachlcola. the state would lose an estimated for Jiu think long ..
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together. We are all so human It have made a small fortune quick- whose home company was also mobilized 1934.933,84-$687,970.19 to pen. 5j .. -. ..

doesn't matter where we were bornor Iy. and held in readiness to doss, health prison and tick erad- Havana and Mooned tobacco

where\ we were reared, we have state Attorney John H. Carter proceed to Marianna if more ication; $248,96365 from the one _
Chambllss were and the 3-4 fA
the same heart longings. As a minter and Sheriff Flake troops should be needed. mill tax for schools i

of the Gospel it Is wonderful Immediately called upon to make a mill tax for free text books. on FLOR de MECfiA

for me to know that Jesus complete and thorough Investlga- Best story written about the General consensus of opinion of the "Miami Moat! Popular Hotel" _
Christ, I tlon and report findings to the Neal appearedin political minded citizens visiting Its mow your
my Lord can satisfy thelonging lynching of Claude all'' '
of every human heart. Governor. An Independent. invest the Dothan Ala., Eagle, whose Tallahassee during the past two y light. I II. ''t

.. seemed to have closely weeks was that all amendments NE lat Street at liimayne f Boulevard s +'
4ii-, .;;. R 11 followed reporters the mob. If, Indeed they would carry. ...*.Cls.r Mfe O,M...... f

did not actually accompany It. It N.werl.,N.J. Overlooking Bay front Park & Biscayne f Bay ,

GRAND UNION TEA COMPANY termed the affair. an "invitation "There Is no coddling of prisoners "- "
lynching" and that it was. The at Raiford State Prison. Y tuMELBA Opposite Union Bus Station
L. F, Chapman
described In writes
SUPERIOR COFFEE TEA SPICES torture processes were "Last month sev
LINE minute detail.. Neal's body was who says:

food Specialties-Household Necessities was hacked compelled from head to eat to parts foot and of the b. enty-four this Institution men as were severely punished as the at Lowest Rates Ever Quoted

Coupons with purchases, redeemable for useful articles body sliced off. law permits for, namely ten days-on solitary bread confinement and- ;

Orders taken and delivered at your home dead w henbrou&ht water .*.. If the legislature will Single Room with .Bath ._.........,-:..___.._.- .1.50 '

The negro was farm and give us directions about beating.mocking. I 7A CWAS wteA1NGfvIu Double Room With Bath ...._..._ _.._.._.. ..w.. 2.00
'' Distributor
C. C. CALLAWAY, : old father of the ( cutting and shooting --
the seventy year we will be glad to follow .IC CANDY) co.OaJYl. ALFRED SIMONS Manager, y' 1'

!:O. Box 531, Green Cove Springs slain girl that was be. had\Incensed.been He doUble-declared UM prisoners mandate of that body-r' ...,. ,...... DlatrtlJater __- --- __ ,__ _. ,_ _. '___.. ,- ._ ': I 'j.'.

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flBradford County Telegraph Maybe You've r.I Economic: HighlightsIndustrial '" ,ODD --- BUT TRUE

t Established 1877 ( New. Review)

... _' _. -- 0" -- --. Heard It ButThe ,

1' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered' as Second Class .......1..... Ttoa..A If_' too I>l..*r

Matter at the'Post Office at Starke Florida Fall Mllla, .lYlTlrtfnd( Every Check....,...and.. .-Tax Nn. Tweive AND ON* ;" ,' '

.. -- --- .. other night we ate just one .ao... mmA tmtrrmmtloml Problem. HN.V 9CRCEHT Off MXTHt nyyl

E. L. Matthews. !!__ .._ ______________Editor and Owner ham sandwich too ipany before lB.......... n FroM_: Laont, W.II.re.. ,GOGM SOLD 9Y. .?. .

.. .. going to bed and dreamed that O. '
.. -- -- -- Once.the-stage Is set It doesn't USBCE CEPMOMCKT WEMtESH ; r
O. McIntyre was spending: a two. '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE week's vacation In Starke. WishIng take much Ho start a war. The \ TtKt1Tit; .$ i ,f'
Months In Advance to be to classic example of'that occurred In ,NtE WTCW ttt> "{D THElUtCV5OH :
Yearly, $1.50; Six: 75c-Payable polite our distinguished .1914 when the assassination of an
visitor, and Incidentally welcoming 'sltUvES-RCME' at
Advertising Rates on Application obscure archduke in a city few
':':"--.L. the opportunity to layoff people on this side of the water Mi THE TOS > _'
a week, w. Invited the Odd .
very atQ. VIOt4Elt''
bad' ever heard of, set match to : .
Homecoming next !I'l'' to conduct a gueat column In the '.
powder keg and resulted In. the CbtToMCRS 'lfi r (
: i Telegraph. The finished productran
0 greatest and most destructive con*
like this ,'
something : filet in the history of the world. '
Obsolete advises :Don't r; lead your money. Thoughts while, strolling: That A repetition ALMOST occurred a ..
spot between the court house r
and few weeks ago.' King Alexanderof ;; '?. .
the :
printing office would be the

Taxes should be i ked.about less and paid more. ideal place for a city pafkv..Whatever was Jugoslavia mot by'Foreign landed Minister at Marseilles Bar:* : sl/t eJ

o happened to. the fourth-hand thou of France. Surrounded by

to be just baseball with a spare flivvers that every socially-ambi ceremony "-and. armed menthe
Diamond ball seems : tious blgh'schoOl, youth used to procession started down the.'main b Itb4ktoll

0 own? Str-nge..for! Starke to have i street of the city. Suddenly a fat _

f of killing time. a traffic light when towns the man leaped, to the' running boardof I! 'L
Hog killing (is one of the best ways size of Fort Myer..eem;to struggle '" MtlwttllVa+eti9 ,
the klng' bar, pressed the trigger .
o along Without.
of a'new-style sub-machine
Headline: "Hot-JDogs Paree." Along with indiges One word description' Estelle' gu(} which'is hardly larger.than,a ,,
: .
staticy. to revolver. .Twentyshots split..the ,
'. tion no doubt pronounce the name of that new- air -and Alexander. 'and Barthou ;
1 r fCalifornia's ly-formed club,. "The Bachlor- '
lay dying* iTfia assassin was cut

election Is getting almost as much publicityas ettes."Parker Scooty of Andrews Starke ; the Dorothy down by the sabrea of'cavalry officers I. ,,
or is Dor-
almost torn to pieces by the
as its earthquakes. othy. Parker the Scooty Andrewsof I crowd. All the details of the kill- t t t fOR11N ,

1., 1 0 New York? No hamburger jointis Ing were at once flashed to every b1 j at
as popular as Viola's was about ,_ t pHVRI'bP1Ct
corner of the world-It was dramatic !1'
The tables have tu "ned and gangsters are now the ones this time last year. Now that we vlvld/8tagey"; But In the 1'

I IIIU1. being put "on the spot." have an airport why doesn't some- chancellories of the great nations,

one buy an airplane? Ruth Stern- diplomats feverishly! .awaited the
berg has an idea for a story but
it answer to a single question; "What -
will be where the heart Is has around to -
.. After Tuesday maybe. home never got typing It, was the assasaln'a nationality?" .
r'' at1WdUM'. VAs lE0Jt10 i
Prosperity item the
: "Elites"
and the tax burden isn't, are On that.seemingly minor point, AINORNtA MiR'- "to cuts
too.IIMkV .
Z, ,
.= now eating shrimp Instead of fried pended the peace of Europe! mi wont {WIT WIlt wiatA( \
IIIU 'putrhtx
\\ry. 0 fish. Those two fellows MM anaL
selling Ctlhliglil' WRa AVMOII {4W40C
The ambition of France today la
1:' Staying up late at a Hallowe'en party will make one look stock, In a Grog: farm. They say to establish a "ring of steel" "In Mt 1NR 6NtON ,-
frogs are very prolific but who .
around Germany anything, she
"''d like a ghost the next. day.. wants to spend the rest of bin days fears the central powers more now \ ,. '1.1
fll 0 counting baby frogs T Speed Harvey VOTERS EXPECTEDTO
than she did before the world war. "I.
i Remember the day of the baseball pitcher was sore To accomplishher. aim, aha must LATE : SWARM POLLS;
Steel bodies are nothing new. after his first diamond ball game. enlist the cooperation of the na- I TOO INTEREST MOUNTS From Other Pens

u: the old-fashioned corset? -, ?, Everybody .Milks .about the scarcity ... which,, like herself., bound (Continued From Page One I
of houses one TO CLASSIFY:
-0 for rent, but no
and most
Germany- the Importantof .
only Duval County' and Jacksonville
I The town cynic'observes that all this fuss about Ellen'sL I docs anything Those about it-easy torucas these are Italy and Jugoslavia.A Br BITSSKLaU KAY ,' and would permit the consolidation Things of the past: "The ?.
why. poker addicts difficult problem is caused by Hrcrctarr. Florida i Press A;....:." walka of New York," Al Smith
L to MeAdoo.about nothing. have got so they don't. bother. to the fact.-that Jugoslavia and Italy r.,/ of municipal and coun- Herbert HooverTimesUnto
*" ty governments.1Each -
I pun the shades down. :
0 .re':extremely unfriendly-while Technocracy pancake hats and i
I'weddinJr I 'don't know'' how the .i'tof amendment is stated twiceon
I Quite a satisfaction in good Bo cigar.
; teeing a. they maintain formal relations, accompanied -
:01 No news Is good news except when you are trying to : show at the Rita before it comes by all the polite trappings you folks feel after', listening g to'tll the ballot and voters'who wishto o

1, make up the front page"pf a newspaper.Our to Jacksonville. Dad Pender's has of old-world i diplomacy, each this ravin' and CB.rryln', pn'over vote for it must mark an X in If it'' took a tractor end ttn

\' 0 I been In the same spot for several bates and fearp the other The ob- the proposed homestead, amendment ; front of the word "yea" under the men to save Byrd, how many tractors

months now Those girls who come ject, of,Minister Barthou In inviting ,_but for my part rm: about printed amendment. The proposal 'and how many men woul
: idea of revenge 'would be to see an installment collector In to produce plays and keep the Alexander to France was to ready for an aspirin tablet to clear Is then repeated and persons wish, they'need to save Kate Smith!-
'' local beaux for weeks. Hul- my head ao I can do a little sane, Ing to vote against the amendment Pensacola'
'IJ r4' try to remove one"of those built-in folding beds. upset smooth out if possible the difficulties ;Journal.
r ". "I da Corpening takes long walks between Jugoslavia and Italy. serious thlnkln' between now and must mark an X before the'word ---
0j the time I have to walk into the "no" under the second
t when she placed print-
tired of It are'
gets practicing Jugoslavia I ls.the main link In the you looking for a lifetta
Picca' 'back Wonder short-hand. Personal nominationfor ''ring ballot booth and'lIpealr.mY'lIttlepiece ing of the measure. Job, set out to
\&\ Professor is from the stratosphere. prospective of steel" and so reform the woUmatllla
one way or the other., / The amendments will be found
the handsomest home in town: long as she and Italy are close to .Tribune.
if he saw the cost of living floating around up there? that of Mr. and Mrs. L; A. Davis.- aword'a points, France's' purpose. About all I've.learned from lia- printed In full in another part of

0 Those the teln' to the speakers and readln' the The Democratic'''nomInees JOSEPH A.
\ large wings give cannot be accomplished, .. paper. DUKDEN:
"' school house the I II the comments on both aides Is that who win the tick Joseph A. Durden S3: brothe
Don't be angry' when the children windows on strange appearance Therein ispie' reason for the appearon ,
soap your
of being poised far flight. rye vast, importance attached to the I ao and so la a this and that; and et are 8)3-) follows:. ol A., A. Durden, died TuesJwa I
"4'A', : Hallowe'en. All 'your have to furnish then is the water.. had "Anthony'AdveTSe" since last 'I nationality o{ Alexander'* assassin this and that is ao and 'so' There For United State Senator Tampa hospital. He was bo

.HW; .. fall and haven't read it fore, whichever way I.vote, I'm a in Hampton but had been resi-l
0- yet Every. Had.he been ;Italian, it la safe PARK TRAMMEL: a

',i; young man's fancy might turn to one who has borrowed it says It Is to say .that Italy and Jugoslavia poor simple owl. .For ItrpreHentntlve In Congrefw.; dent of Tampa for the pant tiilrty-l
In the spring a th'-
With election comin' off next
swell. Frank Landrum claims to would hve been at war within 24 State At LargeW seven years.
thoughts of love, but in: the'fall it turns to cane grindings. understand James Joyce's "Ulys- hmiri-,.antl It'" might have been i Tuesday I figured about the most .J. SEARS The body was brought to Hampton : .
j Ez I,'; ae". Even Rosalind '" i Intelligent thing to do was to take I
.----o-- Jacobs' best only' a mattes ,of time before all For Representative In Congress, accompanied by A. C. Durden
friends: say they never see a show other European powers,' 'and possibly myself over in a' corner and read Second DistrictR. of 'Tampa, and funeral service'!
If a'man fools you once--check it.up to experience but she recommends What becameof this country, would have been the Joint Resolution rm supposed' A, GREENFor were held Wednesday at Santa Fe|

if he fool: you twice,'you' have no one to blame but yourself. the checker game'that used' tobe ii.rawn ..In.Fortunately. to vote on and see If I .had ajjnifflcient I Justice 'of Supreme Court Cemetery. ,near there.

_(, .--0" .. (. A continuous on the corner :ofCall for world peace, the \; knowledge of the English State of Florida .
and Walnut? Every time a assassin was a Jugo lavlan-a language to understand what' the I ARMSTEAD BROWN BUYS SAPP STOKE
lIay'.i. extiiict the Dodo bird." Maybe pretty tree In cut down within. limitsit question really was. !
People now as city member of a secret society pledgedto "' ( For Justice-of Supreme Court, Ralph B. Alvarez, has ,recently

soon now they'll be saying r "extinct as the G, O, P. elephant I gives me a spell of blues, wipe .Alexander's dictator- So I did Just that, and here "la the I State of Florida purchased the grocery store ofl
k' I Everyone says S. R.. Johns, Jr., ship whlcb,.) alt.,ncurred the en- whole question ''with ,'aU the 'fog, FRED H. DAVIS Wm. Sapp,.which la located In !the|

1. looks like Dick Powell. A real' ,estate mity of thousands of people. Like hooey and camouflage left out '1 1 I For Railroad Commissioner northeastern part of town.i .

The current: issue of'la weekly magazine'''features an article office is scheduled "to ppen Mussolini and Stalin, Alexander Proposed Constitution'Amendment State of Florida

+ Long. Imagine paying Huey to talk. on Call Street 'If the' Homestead came Into power in a troubled and i Joint Resolution lumber Two 4|I EUGENES.MATTHBWS: cincrrr FXOHIUA.romr.fOI'NTY I" MMMKBTlM. un 1nrnRn:

} by Huey .''; : anyone Exemption Act passes and maybe torn country, !did not pause at using Proposing to aqa nd.Article X For Railroad Commissioner A. Smith aa Lfnnldator for 1
> i i O ".. even If it doesn't. Pearl Manning harsh methods to Insure harmony. of the constitution, relating;;' to I Bradford' County Bank, a oonmraltlon ,
State of Florida I
I 'I." ,,'" writes down description of her Homestead and,Exemption bi ad I Plaintiff, Iva.
This is the "air age. People fly in.the air,,, politicians JERRY W. CARTER .
tf' ... f!
Cn :X'i.' |
friends in a little black book.' I The troubla'isn't\; over, however ding thereto an addition section
lf talk hot air and smooth talkers are still'seUing' "blue sky switch to another station on the ,; tile' entire'European situationhas to be known as.. Section 7; provideIng For Representative Bradford W._ )ORIIBR IJ. Yarbroua-h or prm.iv.tTii.t al, Ih-rnnilun\

stocks." f. radio while the advertising ''talk again been upset., Alexanderwill that, there shall exempted County The State of Florida: -
0 Is going on. Merton Clark, 'who be followed on.the throne by from all'taxatlon other than special CHARLEY, E.'.JOHNS.1 To View W. SL Avenue Yarbrpua-h, PUtHburg 3408, Penn-Park

Y ias'' been away .yearV.. says King Peter who is still a, child. assessmentsfor benefit, 'to' For.County ,Commissioner Brad .y I van h...and .1. Thoman Hoffman ..

If she had lived today, Cinderella would have asked the there is a fifty per cent change Until be come of age Jugoslavia every head of -a family who Is''ft ford County. District OneJ Take notice, PlttaburaPennnylvnnl. that ha plaintiff ho I l

good fairy to let her" stay at the party"until at least two III the town since he was last here: wUl be governed by a regency citizen of and resides In the stateof M.. ROSIER,, filed she' hill of complaint. ignlnitl

". ;- t''i There are whispers about two and there are grave doubts if the Florida-the Homestead ,aa defined For .County' Commissioner Bradford you aeeklnr in the the fore losurelot I o'clock, or'three'' new'tennis 'courts to be turbulent Jugoslavian people can In article X'. of the Constitution County. District TwoL. *... over the following property wl

--.,;;... 0 built around the light and water be kept 'und 1' control.Again, aa of the State of Florida, up to U CONNER Bradford of County NW4 and Florida l H... of to.wij NIV: I8WV4

The husband wouldn't mind his wife being a plant. Mignon Slsson was dancIng In the past, all eyes are turned to the' valuation of Five: Thousand For t County Commissioner! Bradford of SW E'4 of a F.or E.-.I''IW4.
r. average two weeks after having her appendix the Balkans the powder-keg of .Dollar, provided however that County District Three a VTV! 8 R R. M
moss-back if it would'save'him' from having; to buy her a winter removed., Personal nomInation Europe.:\ : the title to said homestead may be f MALLORY THOMAS ed also by the and following In poMiwiBlon cattle of"oown'the, ..MImortaaccora ;

coat for the 'm at attractive pIt _- vested in such head of the familyor. For County Commissioner! Bradford i aa follows to-wlt. ensregi.tered *\-
yE Bull and'
freckle. in towni those Bobby in his lawful wife District FourH. Red Poll |
residing ,on County. ", ".* |
,seems that the Importantlate nty.fnui hero
--0 tonoly.. Wonder why ,dances at .such homestead' boithi V. SAON with all fulcrdtnereasetC,, ."h'$ l |
'; A fashion expert says' that there will be more color inmen's the Woman's Club are more sue- Two new more foreign comes events overseaa.of Inter- Imagine; my aurprlse\to find thatIt For County CommlMloner, Bradford Th crop above In rlKht cattle ear and marked.plat l l< I'In'month tentsar !I

essful than those' ''held else- didn't gay a doggone'tbing about Comity, District FiveR. branded with letter V.
clothes. What their wives are interested in is more national Interest remain to'be In- : and rack
and It la Ordered that i"
where? the removal of j garbage,, the priceof .' T. OSTEEN: y 'npear -|
s erpreted. of you are hereby Jo
money in! the pockets. Funny feeling to run Into some- The first of,these ls the abortive our new .theft-proof,automobile For Board .t'l'ubJIc. Instruction, to said bill of complaint, "I

v, y 0 one'' and suddenly'.remember that Spanish revol\Jtton-and It can bedisposed' tags, the coat of free school books, Bradford Cpunty, District One HUM. Apt r.>..;.. UJ on : Mondnv.otherwisetlona 1"'o""orIrd. .11. .11..

you haven't seen him for months of Spain today freight train-on' the highway, retail J. C. PJ.BVATT I ." of Mid hill ..f rumplnlnt will< I|
An exchange ,takes a dig at women, drivers with this: LUla Redgrave took the longest con- i price of rail traps or Mae 'For Board o/'Pnbllo Instruction, ..e taken as confenneil l>v you. "I
governed by an that thin "ol"l!
i* la further.Ordered
A Always give half of .the road to a.woman driver if'you can vacation Weat'a bust mcAfcurement I week ,far*
this summer I would servative government little differ, ,Bradford. Ctlllaty.'Distriet Two !>. .tmblUhed once arh urndrllr l
1 find out which' half she wants. like to meet'a. ,women who boo- ..nt'from the monarchy of the deposed Unless Mr.Vtfomh Webeterxainerta I '' wa.c;: :MANNING I County t con.teutlve Tel.".raph.weeks an.In -winithll.hcd .\,."n.r
stly says that 'she admire Mae AfOnsaT: ft-wUiger staged or nursln-l ,hang-ov:whenhegave For Beard,:.,.Public Instruction, In Bradford CountyWltnaaa Finn'Ida.
o West. "Girl of the Umberlost" defeated. ?;us hi/.definition ,, of the Bradford Cteonty District ThreeS. .
,, the revolt and were hand and the "'''' ;!!
People who waste their time looking for buried.treasure raided as one of the new "clean" At 'this writing, all U calm and word "exempt"'ln his well known .... CREW}./. eat of' said my Court at Siarke. Brad I
might be better off if they would spend their time digging in pictures'had ,an expectant' father clear, on ,thef Spanish 'Coast-but dictionary it mean that Joint Revolution .For Bond Tutee; BrndferaCountyDtotrlct ford County Florida.. this tint! < *"' *' I

s the back yard and sprinkling a few seeds around., making love to "another: woman"In there are several million Spaniard Number Two asks the voters One. October. A.A;D.THOMAS 194. ,
of this state the ,
the very first reel. Wonder If who ympathi e'' with the revolutionists simple ques W;;E. TOKODE Pork Circuit Court .
o anything will happen to keep and'' they are not satis- tion. "Do :you.'or.do you not. wishto For.. Bond Trustee BradfordCounty OFFICIAL Bradford, 8FIAn County

Football players should grow up ,into men who would Scoby from being tried 'at .this fled. It' fa very term of court? Wm Dobrow won'tlike and city: taxes -on.,the shelter you Attorneva far Plaintiff.
U : -
trouble' In Spain ,
that Additional:
give their lives for their of ll-l-tt-11-3*
they get plenty
country-- practice have !ffor lf and
It it you 'don't, agree that will make the'headlines within A provided" ** ; ,.yeura For Bend Trustee, BmdferdCounty eOt'RT. nninypnnCOCNTYFLORIDA
giving arms and legs. to their highschools. "Haunch Paunch .and Jowl" Is' a probably much sooner. familyT" District Throe l's PIRF1'IT Ir'C111\t'far'
1 o great,book.. year--and More Important to: this country, U :you vote 'YES, you vote, to E. 8. MATTHEWSFor .rlh& ..loom... also known .. L.bertha ..
take the tax off., If you vote yo Thomas. and V:. Cher h"
About time for them to changethe Bond Trust Bradford
Our friends in South Florida worry about a good<1 tourist I Ia the recently-announced attitudeof .
bridge rules again-almost everyone toward the forthcomingthree. you vote'to continue !spaying-itiV! | County District Four hu.band.PI.intltt...,
season in this part 'of the state Is about Japan If ak I'd that If th Ca Yo IEtJ.
; our only worry ,a has learned to keep score naval: conference you me; say HAYNES. v. ._ UreaRhoden I/
good hunting( seasonVor"perhaps"a good strawberry' season. by the old.ones.,_ .Wonder' if" the There.are power only; three".really.firstls tax, should come off anything,'.ft For. Bond, Tfuitee?Bradford G.' Rhud.n, .1 .1.;, alan known .
f*.. ft court house addition could b*> fill* navies la' the world--1D.!: .should'come off a mans actual County District Five" N"O'PIf'1j! OF P.ItaTI'rlor
O : lyd
i i i i .
r ed with water and used aa a swim '''the UnitedSUUsV home before it cornea off anything H. p PAINEY eli purananceyofithartder'r"

.$ Scientists are'studying-, plant life on. the edges ofGreenland's ming pool It It Is never completed TI' land'sJapan''and trndoh the existing' naval else aid.since nobody seem to be _le entered J>y Hon. A. '".'..
ravin' or tearln> their .hair over I".tI.. ab s entitled ::
glaciers\ to determine whether. the world isemerlring' have two borrowed book which i Judire will'
which' ; the comml..I..ne
1 treaty; Upk.8bOrtly tereata In tali state that'ban lhe.und.r.l sad ..tMl
wi ea- / .h
the 'fact' that bond,
ai:' from or entering a great', Ice age.. We could tell I ashamed have kept to returD.so long-that, Local 1.hotels am ratio between the power l. 0-6-3. we exempt incomes,,'exempt we exempt, ,tnduatriea Japed their Juat share of taxation I.and> at beat publlo bidder outc'ryIO, for ca the.li. A'' ",Ih',"

r' them what these In other words;for every five ton all for and kept the load on .the back of south done< mj the county onurth"
we think on cool mornings. always seem to be "" well-filled. b ; the benefit of,thebig County FioridL
the U S. at IItarlt.'U..adf..rd ..
.hipi'owned ,
of navy' by who should be able to the. small' homeowner.....now ,realm oC .
O. voryone\ could'come back for' n4'PnglandJapan to allowed to pajr, during the l.s.l hours ;: 'j.,
: why ail Will UuUabJoo'about gtvin' that when horaesr ar. exempted It Monde.y;' December Ird A. Kt':"
The New Outlooks rides the point of' view of the modern Homecoming. have three- tADtJ; ; she doesn't. the little guy a break. for' ac. in mean that they are going to have of the"HBW rollowinjr ot 8W pr%.nnae of III..,"'."Jf wil'. Ts-of: I

newly-wed on, buying a home: "Why should!, t, buy Ta Uke .it., TSAt biB life? it* A kick "in, and If* got""em. scared. S.' K. tt-ti. A leo. 1> I" 1 "". J '
.. 'neit'r5 J :* '
.. ,
Well there 'you are folks we : the lI vat conference stiff. 'Block,, 14 and'I..t. t. U ot
home? I was born in-a hospital.ward reared in boarding It'sthe hit dog that yipstheloudest tan II, 11. U. and U 0' ?" eI
: a be '
that she
woke about that time. It Japan will demand permitted : Wild Taw"Stark.
up Just and in .this case those in- Don't let this talk about a T.mpl.'. Addltl" to the
school, educated in a college, courted in an automobile, 'and occurred however, that1 It? 1It.a to have a navy the same sale tax. closed schools?no money Florida............rdlnlfh 1euttheicord.oof

married In a church ; get my meals at a c fe erla.-.liv. in'an lucky thing for some people around else a* England and the U' & Th. I I matters will be _arbitrated 4 and for local government higher ..Bradford' nw Count!'"Viorl"*...

here .that we didn't dream about latter: countries will probably that Japan win accept a naval ratio automobile tag or any other high toK.tb.r with tli. I.neme"'" his*- .
apartment, spend my morning playing golf my afternoons Walter Wlnchell. Maybe for the fuse In that case, Japan. win likely of, for exampto. 64.:' But the pressure banana oil dim your' ,vision dltam.nta and apeuranafl'nh app.. .t.*|nkmdT

playing bridge; Inth evenings l we dance.or go to the movies; sake of our own health aa well as withdraw'from the conferenceand present attitude of Nlppoa ...t at or cramp your common sen**. ""J'al15! parcel'. ..'

and when 1 die I shall be buried from an undertaker's. Why that of'yours, we had better layoff sign no'more treaties >.:-and all encouraging. And you'd'b Vote YES for tile Homestead w.'.I.W Ortf_ Del'f la." ...
> of ham sandwiches in the fu- build as many ;war.hlp. as 'sheUkM safe tn betting that tn* old 553ratio ,
should we buy a home?" ? Amendment ,on November l:. AZ Knight: +raIlt4M ,
ture., It .. barely; 'poeeU'I..tha&. ',. .to doomed.; f H- .- 11 ., 6., Cemminlon '

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