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 9, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months,,75c-Payable in Advance E. I*. Matthews.\ Editor and Owner

tCMS.FlFTY-SEVEN. ,_ __ ._. __. _-!_ STARKE, FLOBIDA. FRIDIY.. NOYEMBER 9. 19S4 _.. ___ ._ _. _-_-. _. _NUMBER_ _ONl'1_ l

armer Youth Jury Returns Young Will Democrats Meet Monday Club FederationTo All Amendments :Carry' ; : (I IDemocrats" Ii..

ills Brother 1 10 True Bills; At Court-House Here Hold MeetingIn

H. C, Wall has 'announced a Take Country //r
meeting of the Young DemocraticClub :

ill.. Brickbat Long Session held at of the Bradford court house County Monday to be Lake Butler -

night at 7.30: o'clock. I

r's jury l'lde"-In Says Death",Julltlfl of bleHO Booby Trial Morning Set=No for NewDevelopments Wednesday club Wall The and said purpose begin is to of an the reorganize active meeting programin Mr.the I J,:. Interesting For Bradford Program:: I.Baker Announced New Deal Is 0 K'ed Bradford Will And Remain Neighbors1"Dry" Home Exemption '

Joe Bryan this and also to make And Union -
Bradford County and all of its
application to the state Vote Meets With FavorIn
alf of a thrown brick brought The Grand Jury at the Fall term for a charter organization ->, The BI-County Federation ofWoman's By Tuesday ; neighboring countys will remain

tb Wednesday to' Joe Bryan, of Circuit Court, here was still Mr. Wall that Clubs of Bradford 'and dry In spite of the state repeal of i
of his brother, In, session yesterday afternoon urges a large Union prohibition. No local option election
at the hands crowd be in attendance at the Counties will meet. In Lake
In. Both men live with: theirer having returned ten true bills andseven meeting Although officers in the Butler'ennext Monday,'afternoon Republicans LoseMany wall held In this county, andit This County ; ,

Lawton Bryan, on a farm no bills. Eleven cases re.' organization must be between the at 2:30: o'clock la the Woman's was voted down In Alachua ,
Starke. rosined Thursday morning for Club rooms. County. Union Baker and Clay
[tb of ages of eighteen and thirtyfiveyears .. --=-- -
i coroner's jury, held Thursday their' consideration.' I but there Is no limit on the An Interesting program has ,Stronghold Turn From (I. Counties also remain In the dry Bradford Goes Wet-Only Half of

_? at the Bryan farm, "P.unt. late 'Wednesday true age for membership. been prepared which will bring as O. P, To Become Disciples, column.. '' .Qualified. Elnttter TurnOut
bt In a verdict of Justifiable bills 1n the following .cases had I speakers a number of'experts and Of Roosevelt Attorney' General Landls ruled
cWe after hearing testimonythe been returned: enthusiasts In the subject for the i Wednesday that the Homestead --

mother, Mrs. Minnie Bryan. Willie Lee Martin, colored as- Sheriff Takes Trip afternoon which will be "Home 'Joy ,was) unconfined:In':'Deiooo Exemption Amendment cannot apply An unofficial count of the bal-
I' brother, Owen,., and Clar- eault with Intent to. murder Ramp : and Roadside BeauUrication." The ratio 'camps ail over the ,country to taxes levied and assessed lots In Tuesday's ,election showsw.4 {
i Brown WUliams. principal speaker win be Dr. Harold thin week as election returns came for the year 1934 and prior years. that Bradford, Countlana want
.ccordlng to witnesses, and No- Avery Walters, colored: robbery Hume of the University of In, Indicating that the party now Its first effective year will become fewer':Judicial circuits, want tax
j own story, the two men were of $3 from Robert Dodd. I To Get. His Man Florida and others on the program has complete and solid control of due November 1, 1035, he exemption on their homesteads

(Ming a sugar boiler chimney Milo Layport. Raises city: will Include Mrs. Fred Hull, the Governorships, Senatorial and .said.. are tired of prohibition, are willIng -
) was standing on a scafford charged with driving a truck while I Chairman of the Roadside BeautlI House delegation In twenty-two to give state's attorneys power

1 Nolin was passing bricks to Intoxicated. Finds Cattle Dealer. Who Faulted I flcatlon committee of I tha Gainesville atatea., This landslide, which car to file.,direct Informations in
It Is said that Joe became Jesse Watson:'breaking and entering Bad $230 Check Hero In Club and also Mr. M. M. tied'msny Republican strongholds Dr. 'Sternberg Hurt certain cases, are In favor of the f

f of patience with his brother fording the home of Sydney H. New Orleans Jail I Parrl h. Chairman of t the, Garden before It,was generally Interpreted -* legislature) setting up a uniform i,

him the wrong kind of Dodd. I I committee of the Gainesville Club. as an enthusiastic endorsementof system of county and municipal r t,

k.i and began throwing No- Charley Jones, colored: assault I Sheriff W J. Epperson and Dep- A musical- and literary program President Roosevelt and the : At Football Game government, do not see the Justice i
with Intent to murder Bessie uty Benny Sapp returned last Fri (: with refreshments ,will .Conclude, New Deal. in exempting movie studios from

Itneaaes said that Joe'became Jones. day from New Orleans, La., where the program* Mrs. ,J, B. Maine The electoral storm; :accompanied taxation, ;'but are' perfectly agreeable
j [incensed he Jumped to the C. E. Chase: larceny and embez- they went to briag back W. H. of Lake Butler Is pre.l_** of the by lightning that struck the tQ Jet Jacksonville and Duval ,
d and made for ht' brother tlement. Charged with robbery of Donaldson. Jacksonville livestock Federation and will presWe at the Republican Party right where It Forma Clue To Man Who County consolidate. their. govern.
Hit Him With
i a hammer In his hand. It was lumber and money belonging to .W. dealer, to face charges of passinga meeting. Following is*the."" pro I hurt left, It wit!*.,but'the; ,narrow Drink Bottle Soft meats
D i that Nolin picked up half a G. Hair bad check In this county. gram in detain T. margin of one Senate Mat separating Contrary\to predictions, voting
k: and threw at his attacker, Tom McGruder:' breaking and Officers say that Donaldson Subject: "Home 'and. Highway It from complete loss of four I Dr.. here was light with less than half ;,
u \ testimony revealed. entering the home of John Brlster. I gave Luclen Johns of Hampton, a Beautlficattoa.? <&, other states! Idaho Nebraska, :Sam S ernberg, of Daytona the qualified ,electors turning out
IU le brick hit Joe,on -the, tera- H. c. Hunter larceny and em- 'check for $390 on October 15 In I Song: "America The lfi utlf1.ll." Rhode Island:and. South Dakota.Of Beach, son of N. Stetrnberf of this to express themselves on the sev-
I | and Inflcted a wound that read benrtement. Charged with robberyof payment for some cattle. By the Club Collect: Salute TO,the."'lag. the Senators from these states, city, was seriously Injured In an >, en "I i Important' constitutionalamendments.

I In his death at 2:00: o'clocky money and lumber belonging to time that Johns discoverel the [ Address of Welcome-Hr.JC 0. I.it Is said that only one from Rhode altercation late Saturdayafter ..

morning The fight oe W.' O., Hair. |,check was no good 1. Donaldson and ['Duncan Response, Mrs. Edward Island can ,be counted upon as a noon during the FloridaGeorgiafootball Reduction of the number of Judicial -
the Two..,indtotmvnir-eacl*. were returned Burns. Address by Mrs, Parrl hon game; At the present time
about 4:00: o'claok la the cattle were both gone. standpat Republican he In circuitsto' fifteen and the
Is St. Luke. suffering
ac Hospital
noon.ral. against Chase and Hunter : No trace could be found of Don- Home Beautification Swept away In the wake of the exemption ot r homesteads up to +
ul : arrangement for the No Bills 'aldson until a new. story In the Music: Piano solo by;. Mrs. IL V.Knight storm were such Republican landmarks broken from a fractured skull and a I9.00O,r carrled the county 7 to 1.
none; last reports stated
man had not been aanounc- No bills were returned in the following Times-Union one day last week of Starke. as, Reed of Pennsylvaniaand that his condition was "fair." The vote on prohibition repeal was ;

I at the time for going to press cases: told the story of a Jacksonvilleman Highway Beautification' : Address Fees of Ohio, the one regarded Jacksonville learned comparatively! close, ',407 for and
police they 1t
|unday. Harry Bodenhelmer, charged of that name being in New by Mrs. Hull.Reading 1 as the symbol of cona.rvatJ.m.the said' that Dr. 314 against.' North Starke, largest w
Sternberg was
with unlawfully removing the Orleans and apparently suffering by Mrs. T,.,M. Rlherd., other along time) Republican soft drink voting precinct In the county
struck\ with a bottle after
county personal property under from amnesia. He had been arrested Address, Dr. Harold Hume, University leader and'chairman of that par two started was, tileonlyi'one.. to stay In the

Road Urged written lien. r*' .' ,,. :t and placed in' Jail there for of Florida; ty's national committee In the daysof men, and he a fight witha to dry columnv.;'The '.vote there was
companion attempted
Walter Williams; charged .with some minor offense Music: Saxaphone ,solo-James Herbert Hoover. assist his friend. 103 to 140 In favor of prohibition
assault to murder Joe Hodge. Sheriff Epperson wired officialsto Lee, accompanist, Miss Vivian With more than three-fourths of ) Dr. Sternbergtold The 'clo... vote In thecountyon
qs ? officers that three seated
__ BoardRemlutlort Jake Clark charged with shooting hold the man, and he and Deputy Fowler. -fi: fI the returns in, the Democrats had behind him had tried all through any,amendment was 229 to 171'
f into an'automobile and truck Sapp climbed Into the sheriffs I RefreshmentsAs 'a'net;gain of five seats in the_',the gamete start a fight.. The al against, the exemption of motion.,, r
d occupied by C.: FTWadaworlh; and new automobile and beaded west. .Short.business session House of Representatives, ,At that tercation started Just before the picture studios and plants from the s

\, others. Once in,New i Orleans they discovered point. the count stood: Democrats. ended state advalorem tax for the>next

t 'ro['u ni Surfacing Romle Crawford, charged with a that Donaldson the. am- :Republicans 98. game.The men who started the' fight fifteen year., This was the:only '
p. On One Of Main.. statutory offense. nesia victim and Donaldson the Thomas ResignsAs Seventeen Democrats' also won escaped without being held, but amendment that did not carry In
Lee Croft and Hazel Perry, and the same victories. in '
en Bue.Routee: cattle buyer are one Tuesday's gubernatorial police have a clue to their Iden- the county. ,
charged with breaking and enter- man so they took the culprit got contests leaving RepublicansIn tity In a hat which was picked Tabulated returns of the county : ,
eFe e i School Board at its'Monday ing the home of J. F. Hazen.' in the sheriffs car again and head Roll Call Head undisputed possession of only and placed on Dr. Sternberg's head vote on the amendments will be

ting adopted a resolution re- Mary Ash, charged with assaultto :ed east. seven state capitols after he was injured, but which found In another part of the paper.
ting Bradford County. repre-: murder Leroy Brooks I Donaldson told the officers that M -. -.- ,m was found to contain the trade State OK's All

!sUve In the State Legislature James Davis, charged with un- I he ,does not remember anythingbetween PENNEY FARMS CAMP i mark of a star In a small Georgia All seven of, the proposed
tly urge action by the State Road lawfully,selling and disposing. of I the time he "took a couple Red Cross Drive Will Begin. Sun- MOVES TO SARASOTA town. Investigation/ following amendments carried In the state ati

*rtment in hard surfacing, the property under written lien. I of drinks" at a Daytona Beach Day And ContinueThrough, I this clue Is being conducted by large majorities.i The'' home }
he from Starke to the Florida Scoby Up WednesdayThe I filling station and the time he Thanksgiving'' The CCC camp at Penney Farms .up stead tax exemption Issue received %"
Farm.e trial of Mandel Scoby, Tam- found himself in a New Orleans -' has been moved to Bee Ridge, on the greatest attention during, the
Dr. George Green and Dr. Sidney
resolution stated .that this pa ball bondsman who lechargedwith Jail. His watch, $200 and the The Annual Roll Call, of the the Myakka River In' Sarasota Ney both of Daytona, who were | campaign, but the vote was not aa
en pjtct Is of Importance people aiding'Harry Sltamore, Jewel truck he was driving were gone American Red Cross will open here County, where the first state parkIs companions of Dr. Sternberg at close as was expected by Its op

r I this county because It Is one of thief, to escape from the State when his memory returned,' he ifBnday, November. 11 and will to be.movement created. .the'200'men the time of his Injury, were sent ponents. Returns from 861 of thestate's

a i heavily travelled bus routes, Prison Farm, Is set for 10:00: said. continue through ThanksgivingDay. The for early this week to give the palice 1284 precincts gave the
1 Is of Importance to the people o'clock Wednesday morning Scoby Donaldson's will come up at Bradford County's.quota for to the south leaves this Immediate what Information they could vote as 87,184 to 81,086 In Its favor -

u: I the state in the event that an Is at the present. time under $15.- the fall term of!Circuit Court If the years. is, again set-a1260 members area without.Raiford conservation; moved camp.to concerning the assault. .: "
" fiency should occur at. 'the 000 bond. the grand Jury finds that he shouldbe The one was I When first. taken to the (hospital Repeal of state-wide prohibition tit! ,

Joe Hill Williams.:ot Lake Butter held for triaL >: A. "J/Thomas 'this I >week.'rallpd Olustce. several roonths.sgo. ? It was believed by physicians that In effect since 1919 (leaves, It up to

''n! At this meeting -petitionswars l attorney for ,Scoby, says .: .....--,., '- as chairman of the Roll Call for 'VftICBJUI'S CAMP .MOVES: Dr. Sternberg was suffering only each of the slxty-ssven counties to t
r pwn calling for an election to there.have been no new developments this-yea and &-X. Matthews has _,_ __ J front a broken none but complications decide the liquor question within
' | held In the matter'of consolU In the case of' the-defense Old A :Pension been appointed to take) his place.It 'The"Keystone Heights VERA set in later and a more minute Its borders. Tbe vote on this
a II'; School Districts'10/15. and since the' trial In court here last g e Is planned to organize committees transient camp. was evacuated' late examination revealed a fractured !'amendment In 923 precincts lwarn
" fall. the late part of the week to Sunday, ex-sefvlce men when skull 12,620 forrepeal and 30,285

s fit was decided to- let-school re- a work- la ttia 'different towns they.,-were.moved Key.Waat, to ; ..1 - against repeal.. f

i closed Monday, Nov. 12, since Prisoner ConfessesTo Meet t Held Here throughout the-county. work on the 2SO Overseas highway.There .. WILSON' TO OPEN The amendment providing forthe
were World War veterans
r listice Day comes on Sunday. I President Roosevelt recently "- REAL ESTATE OFFICE reduction of jUdicial"clorcults
r. BlUe for the month were audit Raiford Murder ''made the; following statement In in the group which left., carried by state by a vote of
and will be paid as soon as Many Sign-Petitions Asking CoDer regard to the Re4 Cross work: : ,,----.-- Joseph 18. Wilson this week an- three to one; 842 precincts showIng -
... I FORCE! ENJOYS BARBECUE nounced that he.;Is opening a real 71,807 votes in favor of the
pie are avallabteTThe necesr Chester White, nfe-termer, from To Adopt Town. '"Our people continue to look to :
,; resolution was adopted*to, sera Alachua, County last Friday tolda send Plan the American Red ,Cross as the : E.. C. Long* project engineer estate office in the old office of proposal and 23,147 against It.

.1 funds for the October, pay-, coroner's Jury that, he stabbed .1 kindly.and alwaysHelpful good with the local FRRA, was host to the Peek!" : Realty Company) CallStreet Amendment No. 4. ,providing,, {

n to death Omar Wilson, of Palatka. A'meeting of proponents of.the neighbor to..whom they, turn for the administrative fore of.the of- that state's attorneys may file indictments -
another life convict In a prison;cell Townsend Plan of old age pensions 'practical aid In emergency* They flc* and their husbands"and wives, Mr., Wilson knows the, real estate In all criminal case except .

s ,at the State"Prison Farm. ; was held at the court house :do so,with the assurance that this If any, ''at a barbecue, Tuesday i business thoroughly,' having those J Involving' capital punishment
urt House Work r ro White implicated another. pris here Monday afternoon and many ;national relief agency with an organization ;night at his bom In Brooker. A been,In it for several years at Cocoa. received.,62,930 votes In
) Jimmy Jones, who Is serving signatures were affixed to petitions : /In thirteen' thousand whole pig was barbecued In the ,Prior to this time he was engaged Its favor and 22.699 In opposition. y

oner.four years for automobile theft InHlllsborou&b which will :fee sent to senators i American communities .. ,has,, not :open and Brunswick stow was also .In .the:abstract' and. Insurance The t;fifth change, directing. the
enjoyed by Mr. Long1*IIItt !guest*. business herd.CHARLE legislature- establish. s> uniform
fall ;
Get Attention County. for and ,jepresentatlves'ln the 'nation and will:, not .,I .. ,,..Mai'i< .i .,U'i..f. ,.... system. of..as.utat&D4 clty'govemt
time "
White, who Is,, doing al "* *
Congress. *
>murder told the jurybe entered I It was: estimated by W. H.,braden I $. ENSEV.. J'-, DIES, ment also .carriedae, did the +'

| Wilson's\ cell and demanded the I of Keystone Heights, WhO and Original i : ,TrotVisitsStarke t ting Reporter Word was received hereWednesday amendment exempting- ,movie, stu }'
"' Wilson objected -, that 300 of the death of Charles R En- dice\ 'from taxation for fifteen ;
d b"aemae Green Will Can On 1 aged convict's money. ducted the meeting people ., "' ; ; 'amendment'
Ii Barry Hopkins la Regard White said, and was struck were, In attendance herejp* V sey, bf thr'U; J'l'fa"y..who' ,I. a years, and -the last' .
which autborlaeav the consolidation i.
To Abandoned Project twice, He fell mortally wounded. The petitions circulated req est* ; ].uSsei'New.Dea nephew Archibald H.Johns.) No and Jacksonville
of county
The weapon was a six Inch da&IceI' ed that the following measures be 1st detail. concerning his death' bad
'" In
"" "-= : governments tb
Congressman R. A. Green, left which White said he manufactured Introduced Into Congress1. : "" -- been received ,by Mr.Johas. up to city affected area desire It.,
taesaay for Washington "'and from a file, with a brass pipe A bill obligating the government Jack Lloyd 66-year-old soldierof burg-to the first--da4Iyvln ''Nome .time for going to press,.but It Is the a

lie' there will call on Harry Hop- for a handle, while ,he, and Jones of the United States to pay fortune adventurer,'globe trotting r Jack has'edited copy be was understood!\ that the burial wilt be MOTHER OF MRS STUMPDIES '

national administrator of,then planned the crime. every citizen of said governmentwhose reporter, editor and publisher In the South African capital during In Arlington Cemetery Washington INAMHEB8T; VA.
,**, In an effort to haute the The jury bound White and Jones record Is free of habitual veteran of several wars and the hectic boom days: when sometime this week as Mr. -4
,I. ""Plrtion I of the addition to the I over for grand Jury Investigation criminality and who has attainedthe I revolutions and who claims to have the IHtle bits of glass.",were foundon Ensey bad,expressed his desire to Mrs.,r.; F. Stump war called to>

: ty court house here. fin. Union'County on charges of age of sixty years'monthly; I never missed a boom in the entire the ,Veldts of the Kimberly In b* burled there Amherst; V*. ... last week by the
k' Green stated that ':'ha had I murder.. pension of $200 until the end of his world for the past forty-five years, Nome, he was oo the paper during N '- death of her mother Mrs. Mary T. !
the sole conditions that the boom days of the gold rush BATON Wood en' Tuesday;Oct,-,3O., :Mrs.
: seen Julius r. Stone Jr., life upon I was a visitor In Starke Saturday SIR!*. : RESIGNS: !!
, Mmlnlrtjrator. reference to BUY HOMES be retires from all further business I Newspapers and periodicals the 'In that northern country Wood was eighty-one years old. 1
'Project and that he was ....urOf recently or profession for gain, and world over claim that Uoyd 'lone Hpeaklng before scnools and :Mrs. Anne' H. Dltteau arrived She had been In falling health for n,
" Stone'a belief that the work Miss Mina Manassa home on agrees, under oath to spend the of, the outstanding.characters earl'clubs, Lloyd tells many laUraatlng hers this week-from WlUlston to some tiesand death -was.dueo 1
, Id be completed. purchased the Klckllter entire amount of the pension withIn of the> day,when it..comes to adventure : tale regarding these become Social Service Director forth I the infirmities of age. '
work oa this project halted Walnut Street, and carpenters are the confines of the United States and experiencesof the 'I i booinsh tolls bf paying ten cents FERA'offlc her. Sh* takes Besides Mrs...Stump, the deceased -

t 12.het spring when efforts was ,were buy,.there this week making home.repairs during the current month In whichit world he has been heralded most to eros the street In'Ranger, Texas the place of Mrs.!IV M Barton; re. Is survived by.six other daughters'and .
' and additions to this "i .Mrs. DitUau has Been tare sons.: She also
to have Included in the addl- of the I Is received.. f for' his daring feats with the late when ,mud was deep Mlgned.
Mrs. Edith Moseley...widow anatonwideFederal be' tab of paying"I9O9.for servings Social Service Director leave a-number of grandchildren ,
?jn upper stony which not 2. A bill creating Pancbo Villa of .rebot. fame > airiUa
was State
In original the late L. E. Moseley, of the retail sales tax. calculatedat f Mexico: For two and a half years; an order of ham and, eggs, then he In"Levy County. She will. move and great' grandchildren., t,
Uc toot plansof.- Farm has purchased the Taylor t[ a rate sufficiently high to produce Lloyd! -,.adviser*to the late tells'of then rush into Smackovcr.. her. family. to Stark ai.d .*be' The following"it paragraph was it
feagreseman home on Cherry Street and expects the revenue necessary to meet ;chief and whenthe'battleofCbluahwha.war Arkansas,. when- she "boomers'* daughter, Frances, will enter taken from the Nov. :2 Issue of the
Green, rebel
IQ Washington '"expects to'. to'move In within the next the requirements of Bill 1. fought Lloyd paid $2,00 to sleep on the floor of school: hare next week: at a sophomore Ambers.,N.wEr.-Progres.i"' ;
for about .. R. -' { her long Bra *nd whll* 9
.k. few days I The petitions were Uft'wita wa. the only'AmerkaaIto'aecom'pany'the the boteLJJI "V", M&fyit' "During
'' I A. Thomas who will circulate them "newly elected: leader. two-of the 'world's biggest rearing1 her' own large family, she nb
.' BUILDS HOME HERE and wishing to sign : CltJ'.40OlatbIa booms-',Jack has been used, asscharacter GUARDS TO FLAY LAWTEV: WILl never ton busy to minister to yh
locally] anyone ,MadeiW f to Mexico
COMMITTEE! TO' local Guard the slek and to help tile Crlendlesa 1
MEET!: : officer from by'two of the leading The pfatibtuU company ;
Flrnn, retired see him.:; 5r eUIOII.lIe:: was prnted.with
Elliot may will BMB ,team from IAwt. and'' by giving;", them food ra,
Tht la building authors) for stories written In these a needy < .
Tempera Committee will the air .bas at Pensacota the L. V. .' watch and chain byboth-oC.th. tokens booms;;tu'the Alaskan-rush. Jack .,. on the scbool house diamondball and ....It.rJ, To- the-; last she,
W-FMday at 3:30 p. m.' with a home -oppo te Lake r I Th federal government cost the la 0. and lw wears these was the chief character m. the court .Sunday afternoon at thought of others sad their com- ffl
A. Scott at her home' 221 Moore'place on the Klngsley In an a remembrance.. j l ." '
$3.0S a year feet
citizen ) 3:00: o'clock.7;
Gorey Street: Friends ,of*'the road He is a brother of GeorgeB. "average 1860V and $101.a1, la 131, rom.t.le.! .Times la Johannes t .. {Continued on Page---Eight- .. .rM- t,
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-- LAWTEY---{ -- ZIFF DOUBLE. RUN HIGHLAND BOOTSEY'S BEACHMr. GUM BRANCH children visiting her of the State FIII1II -
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(). J. Phillip, Correspondent Miss Lola Mae Lewi, Cor. Miss.. Freda Brown CorrespondentMr. M. E. Crews, CorrespondentJoe "no. r.. G........ C.rn: ......... lID'& Elizabeth Harnage Cor. L. U Conner SUnday artentOOlL Mr and IIr

and Mrs. Wade Gaskins are Misses Helen and Dorothy Nor- j .Mrs.
!Mrn. fleck Entertain. Services were held at Deadon P. H. Woods and children Trutfy1' of Starke was a bus- receiving congratulations over the man /pent, Saturday night and Buddington IL M. McRae, M,. J. '
Church and
Saturday Sunday, by and
Ir of Lawtey were visiting relatives Incas visitor here Thursday. born with Misses Vesta and daughter, Cw
arrival of a little son
entertained Friday Pastor O. E. McGauley of Brooker. dolyn, were
,, Mrs. Tom Beck here Sunday. Mlsa Beth Wimberly returned Odessa McRae. visiting |In this
evening honorlnfr John Arthur Mr. and b: +,'s. J. W. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Enos Andersonwho home Sunday after spending the 28.Louie Murrhee and Wilbur Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobba and Friday afternoon.
Torode and Billy Plummer who sons L. O. and Johnnie were visiting has been her past two weeks with her sister,
visiting parents, Crawford of the-CCC Camp near Lonnie Dobbs of Raiford,, were the Mr and Mrs. Marlon
'; I were celebrating their birthday, In Jacksonville last Sunday. I t :Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey returned Mrs. N. T. Green in Starke. Ocala spent the week-end here truest of Mr. J. A. Harnage and and children of aruwnl
Numerous games were played until "Mr. I to their home Lake But- Rev. S. E. Godwin of Maxville P.alford'el1l I
end Mrs T. D. Dyad were near with friends and relatives. Mother, Mrs. W. F. Harnage Sun- guests of her parents,
f yf a late hour when the hostess served visiting Mr. end! Mrs. I. W. Dyal, ler Friday. held regular services at the Bap- Miss Mittle Privitt and little day afternoon.Mr. I Mrs. H, U Edwards Sunday Mi-.

dainty refreRhmenta. Those attending of Graham, last Sunday. Mrs Enoch Grlffis and daughterMrs. tist Church Saturday night and Miss Joyce DKon of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. F Shaw and Miss Willie Mae
this enjoyable affair were, Carl Wooten of Sunday morning.Mr. Dohb. of
Mr and Mrs. J. G. Howard Lawtey were Sunday here the guests of T ford was the
Miss Mettle. Edith Rowe. Ml a Kll- Mrs. C. B. Cannon are spent and Saturday night. guest of ?dial EI
Mrs E. and daughter :Miss Ellen guests of Mrs. O. L. Brown' Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Privitt. family beth Harnage
zabeth Plummer, Mlns Mary Edwards of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. of last week. announcing the arrival of a baby S. of Misses Juanita and Geneva Mil Sunday aftel'llOOl
Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson
Miss Betty Phillips, John and Mrs. R. B. Thomas. II i iMr. Billy Hicks of Saxton was in this girl on Tuesday. Woodlawn spent Sunday here the liard of Jacksonville and Miss Teva Mrs J. D. Reddish and cia
M1 Arthur Torode. Billy Plummer Miss M.. E. Ricks and C. M. Grlf IliUtarU and Miss Martha Craw- tern, Mary and Hazel.
} 'j jI section Sunday B. and "
I I and Mrs. Tucker and son) guests of Mr. and Mss I. Russell
William Lyel Cleon Wooten. Mr.\ and Mrs Theodore Crews of fiB were visitors to Starke Thurs- ford were visiting Miss Thelma were the guests of Sir.
? and Mrs. Alace Vase and little .
_____ I I j Thompson.Mr. Mrs. Enoch
I skins Kelley
night. Sunday.
the arrival Ga Saturday
Grand daughter of Jacksonville\ I this section announce day.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milliard and
,It Wainwright Marshal 1 were visiting Mr. and Mrs Lonnie I of M little daughter born Novem- end Mrs. L. J. Norman and children of Woodlawn were visiting \ We are glad to report Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs.. H. H. Keene J

r At a meeting of the city council Mann Sunday, ber 1.Mr.. Misa Ceo :Korman entertained a Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Gaskins Improving: after being family attended the funeral of u
$;+ held Monday evening/ T. I* and :Mrs. L. U. Morgan number of young folk. at a Hal confined to her home for the past Kcene's sister, Mrs. Rosa John
Mr. and Mrs. Sowcll and
WalnwrlRht was appointed Marshal Henry ) pent the week-end with their lowe'en put Wednesday night, E. Boone of Jacksonville visited two weeks. St. George Ga., Sunday
replacing R. L>. Beck resign daughters of Minxes LaCross Cleon and Mara daughter, Mrs. Lester Hall of Cit i bobbing for /apples: \ and other clever friends here Sunday. We are very sorry to report R. Mr. Harney Edworcls of .
guerlte were visiting j stunts were enjoyed and all report Miss Myrtle Griffis, Miss Virgie N. Crawford on the sick list this City spent rB1
ed. Sunday here
I Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Kelley Sunday. with h
J ra.A
large crowd attended the Ice a "Bewitching" time. Griffis, J. W. Griffls, J. F. Grif week. parents, :Mr. and iis HUE 1j
FenmnnUMrs. Miss Ruby KcJlcy returned home;i cream supper given at the homeof Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson fill and: R. S. Prescott vetted relatives Robert and A. J. Crawford pent warda.

"" O. W. Rcherts and children I Sunday after spending the week- Mr. end Mrs. Russell Judd Saturday Criffls spent Wednesday in Jack in the Evergreen section the week-end at Water Oak with Mr. Ed Stanley of J
end In with her aunt Starke
q Micanopy sonville. Chlam and Charnle Yar-
in DeLand night. Sunday. Rudolph
were Thursday visiting and relatives Friday. and| uncle, lift. and Mrs., L. W.Sowelt. I Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Griffls were George Grlilfls of Starke was a borcugh.C. day visiting afternoon.Mr. Mr.\ J.. A Harnage sj

D. L. Blackburn and son I Is improving at this writing.We In Starke Saturday.Mr. visitor here Sunday. E. Crawford spent a few days
r' Mrs. the week-end with Mire Lull Mae\ Lewis and Miss are sorry to report that Mrs.J. and Mrs. T. T. Blackburn of Mrs A. J. Wilkinson and Mrs. last week at Plant City the guestof Roy Clemons of South FlJ
Dalton spent
1' relatives at Sanderson.Mr Hazel Thomas were visiting Mr. W Padgett Is. not Improving at Lawtey were visitors here Sun- E. Groves of Lawtey were visitors relatives. Ida spent Saturday: night with

'A *. B. E. Reddish of Jacksonville and Mrs. I. W Dyal. of Graham this writing.A day. here Sunday. \Tr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford parents. Mr. and :lira. Wona C. a!

was visiting relatives here last Sunday. large crowd attended the fu- Mrs N. T. Green and children LV. J. Bailey,.Wra. Reid and W. and daughter, Miss Martha, and of this section
the weekend The many friends of little. Grady neral cf Mr. and Mrs. Foxworth'a of Starke spent Sunday here with J. Wethei ington of Jacksonville sons, Robert and A. J. spent Friday Miss :Melba Clemons was
and daughter Mann will be glad to know that little daughter at Deadon cemetery Mrs H. C. Wimberly and family. were transacting business here at Woodlawn the guests of log :MIss Eilzabeti Harnage S
Mrs. Pearl Schuman the week-end In ho la able to be at home again and Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs M. Pepper and W. Monday. Mr., and Mra. B. C. Johns. day morning.
Gene, spent

Ik hf. Gainesville.Rev. and Mrs.with William relatives.Mathaney "KEEPING UP WITH, THE TONESES"Lucky Indeed For The Sergeant ---By POP l\'IO\'' !AND 1|

of Baldwin 'were visiting friends -

here Thursday. ITS ujoor we CAtXrHT WHAT DO BUT ;IR WE HADMT l ANO X: WOOLJDisiT we fciiVr eawoea UBrrr\n\ HIM!
,' friends In DeLand last week. BUSTKD wsironr noose.TERCW YES LLICKYN GAME:: OF Pod-THERLT i MONEY AT KELLYWONhD 5E2GEANT'F2oM( H /IIM<& A )THWPOKBR 6OOD Se.r.i# TqP,
A large party"of young people -- WITM EJ.15 WAITING. TrWT SER ,EANT HAVE BEEN poct.A .- $uSTOVe.R HIS / arro5 is OKAYwoioen ---
attended the Oeorgla-Fk,Ida football BEN. --- air ISOMBTItiE3
Jacksonville r'L
? day game I PLAYEr !fp N 0j I'' A u- %4 BSP6CIAUL.V PAYS?

Prof. W. I*. Beacon was'a business ,
I n":: aNav
visitor to Starke Saturday. af. G

ternoon. i iII /9 :;

x- J. C. Prevatt was a business visitor fw y Y

to Starke Saturday afternoon I

y F. R. Carradine was transacting

business la Jacksonville Saturday. ;': L
Mlas Authe.rlne Dlanchard who TRA5H )
has served as assistant" postmaster ;i
4 here for several years resigned' :;,;',i,
; Friday to leave for Lakeland where I
she has secured employment: While j ,e $S$ .y r.. Awawe Mwpr.l
In the post office here Miss Blanchard -

*- was n very efficient worker -

and will be greatly missed by THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR '< Correcl

S her many friends here. Henry __ __-__ _
Godwin will fill the post left vacant -
t' by Mliis Blanchard in the local tM YOU CM n VOt) ) GOT ANY IDEA ..WHATtT ,
office I M e WITH TMI* AUNTY WHAT S (CAM You vleuae It: IS. ON*t .TRtC.E'UERS:
-5, A THREE ItTTlRtD WORD MEANIN X "ftETTV ? l 't-.llIa.: .. 'aonHiNa WITH .
I* H. Hill was a business vlsl- I( '3CMETluMG WITH CRUST V CRu9T 10 ail 1 YOUr!
i tor to Lake City Saturday. i
M. F. Brown of Tampa was VIII-I
end friends '
t iting relatives ', KNOW $UO Si' ?( BOTHER Ml*. *lJlUllU| ) SuaEl
Sunday. j
Yt Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish of'',

'1, Jacksonville visited relatives here
I _
f'' Sunday. |

Those attending the Eastern I i'

Star meeting in Starke Monday r ?', Y-
evening were Mrs. J. II. Blgga;
f. )[ra. E. B. Wells, Mrs. A. H. Harley i ll//,4,' ,

Mrs. W. C, Wooten. Mrs. O. IiMlkli -es

fi J. Phillips. '
:Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddish ofWebjter 11 1r i' i
relatives' rii
: were visiting iii'
here Sunday. I : ,.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and ;-

children of Jacksonville visited I.! 1 '
M relatives and friends here Sunday.

Mr and .Mrs. Gibson Mrs. Mc- ::: _

Call and Mrs. Walters of Red _
and'' 'l "" 1.1..M N i i m mm. i
Springs N. C. are visiting Mr. -
Mrs J. II. Biggs here. L. F. VanZelm I

____ _

"j Mrs. T, K. Drmery, Correspondent|, flnity fun I W4I.. T DON'T WAHNANUTHiH < Tt/HY/ UON'T HE PA55 -r+e."f ''!I'igAY

-' ; BUT HAVE A CIGAR, .. pO.uDE PuFF4"O"E"t" COIJl'lrTHAT's

it' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Helber- MAIM STREET 6 THE 3XX3-' si "Wtu'QEoOTN') \ NUS IN' BOTTLE.Ott 'EM
entertained at bridge Tuesday
gor evening Oct.. 30 at their home. IMOEPEMOEriT PAPER MAIN sT. GOI'i.DEST 5R Gle -.414) YEAR. AIN'T Barber bop SUMPlM' ACJOUND T2>

yY The festive Hallowe'en colors of I I EVER WRAPPED YA k CUT9 -ClfiABiaSACCfiL US WIMMIN' -'AIMY

;, 'black and orange were carried out ELECTION DAY NEAR W k'\q.qiQ! AROUND ouR VOTES JEST AS Mores.
rr In the tallies decorations, and re GOOD Aft YOU MENS I

freshments. Punch was served by MB. ODD IOTTS QUIZ "
", ..
}' the hostess and her mother Mrs.
Fred Carr, and at the conclusion! i LOCAL REALTOR & CANDIDATE =
awarded III' i U
Mall and W, B. Adlcks.. Besides a I I _
her mother, Mrs. Heiberger was CKSAfK'tlSTEQDW.IF <'Op 01TS 1 w ;.- r
assisted In serving by Miss Gertrude DOMT
e Houser. Present were, Mr .. -rS
Larson Mr ihiNK MOSS of'ODl'SLIT"AL. ft> CO HAN .
and Mrs. C. Wesley .. :1"1doI
'and Mrs. W. B. Adlcks. Mr. andMrs. Aenrrt HUN ivrr ,. :I. ', ;: ,

H. R. Lawrence, Mr. D. E. ) : i -_ '-' \ IS
v! DID of ws Stb4IES, we '
Pangborn. Mr. and Mrs John Bird, I I 1 M 1C
nut .we WILL GET i+[rml J
M/ and Mrs. Getaen Farnell,. Mr f ,I''' Zt,
Russell Hall, Mr. -
and Mrs. J. er
..ra .arr.,..,...:. -- --
?jl Mrs. T. R. Demery, Mr. and Mrs. -- -
r Fret Carr Misses Gertrude Hous -, I By Charles McManusANO

L i er gins, Arnlta Ogden and Edith Wig.i DOROTHY.' _DARNlf ..Jl

a arrived from Patchogue.. N Y.. to MAKE : BUT HE DlONT KNoW IN HANDY.. I FEEL 0," ."tH DID YOUS _
AND w'i _
IT .
spend the winter at, their home STEAL NOT Qw FROM HUNCEROM LIKE A STICKtR NOW IT WAS.
Mr. and Mrs. C.tsen Farnell left CAI.LA HUNTER'S JUBILEE

Sunday for Pierson where they will -
J&If ,
make their home. WNATpal. .
Wesley J. Bragg of Valparaiso
?' week-end here. : 1,
was guest
Mrs. Rupert la visiting her
d daughter Mrs H. A. Bliss In Jack-

sonville. l Nrr If
Attending the football game In ( i

Jacksonville last Saturday were: S I'.a. ( .z-d .
Mlsa Edith Wiggins, Donald E. t/r pot

Pangborn.. Frank Merrill C. Wesley
Larson T.. R. Demery. W. J.

jt" Bragg of Valparaiso and ,Arch .
Donaldson of TltuavUle. a "-<:::l-
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Donaldson of ---.
TltuavUle were week-end guests at ....;
the home ,of their son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley

Larson .. McPIAPLu4

re., wnv., ;nt sa9 4e. sf/ '1tP.QI
4 r fat Yr b h; ..:ljf.!!::;" \' ."'": ,;1 ,i\\: ,\\j;<:

"'".IJ. ,.) .iI-, ,*, I! tIIiIilj,_ di\f\\?\)" ",. ,.,;,;..."",: "i"""", '",;1, h VRhwrya.L: _ap'''''''.+M nyyny7ePNfrrR'PW/{ _"'8ivrta,, Vbla\ '-.''".m_a.r" ll"7f*' ,. ...r! "....""r..nq..mu... '\\\I"'I't.\ ......AP+u*YN,''ro .,,Yr'rc'....r, M M '+f'Mprt6rm4prpr', ef+h, grMR ''M1ttrvre.rrr.pnr.\. ,,,,,,. ')11 1

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| We have lost one of our pupils,, We have Hallowe'en decorations Johnnie Ree Cone, Robert Faulkner Honor Roll; Carrie Belle Bennett i

School dournal1r Beulah Daugherty who was married In our room. We had a party Wednesday Audrey Hall. Vonda Inman, Enos Hayes, Billy Boulware, ,I

Bradford High to Oasle Wyman last Saturday afternoon We had three Marjorie Morwick, Dorothy White, Olhner Haynes, Selma Thornton, I i I

night. Best wishes! contests. Edna Shaw, Claude Elaine Wynn. Dorothy Green, Shirley Morgan '

,.,11, Roswell Nocgrl was absent from Bryant and Ralph Qoodge won a Allen Lander, Rivers Hundley, t't'Joe '

-' -- ---- ---=" school last Wednesday because'of prize. Miss Lilley gave us candy. GRADE, Thelma Ricks. Geraldine Silcox ( .

r Local Talent Show B. H. S. Illness. Miss Ruby Lllley, Teacher Honor Roll: Jack Underhill Kth- Freeman Register, Jacqueline An- ,I ''I
HomecomingIs \
The 9 A Class wished to thank Taylor, Olota Smith Arlie Spon- drew "
"--Kdltor-ln-Chl Presented In Chapel Set For Today the 9 B Class for the splendid time FIRST E holt, Lola Judd, AI Kay Carlisle, Miss Perkins' Room. E. ,:' :
"th1\, ::r..Aat. HMltor-ln-Chle Honor Roll: Carol Coleman, Al- m
nt.Tim .Exchange Editorlhti. we had at their Hallowe'en party Mildred Brown, Hilda Wyrick. "
luk : ; at Mr. Beasley's Friday night vin Crews, Bobble Edwards., Ben E '
H"ifl.ll -_ ::LtterarY Editor Program Includes Number By An All Of You Grads Be Sure And Kite Q. W. McKinney Harold 1 FOURTH GRADE '
81 JllnrwlclcA..t.. Lit. Kdltor Educated Dog Come Out 8TII GRADE Honor Roll: Jlmrala Griffis, Sara :',:
""' 10TII Tomlinson, Clara Sweat, Angelene '
J. : n, Jr..Sp s Editor Editor IIONOR ROLL A. Z, Adklns, George Silcox, Barefoot, Gloria Buford, Ethel I
1 AwtT Sports Jack Thomas, Elisabeth Barker, Joan
I. pnYla'VrSociety Editor Chapel last week was substituted Today Is homecoming here at Underhill Arlle Sponholtz, Dobrow Effle Qrtffla Rosetta Dorothy Boulware, Clara Flume, Coleman, Ida Lulu Davis, Dorothy ,
? ) A..t. 800. Editor local talent B. Al Kay Carlisle Ethyl Tailor Lorraine Hartman, Gloria John, Lee Johns Alvertine Johnson Patsy '
Sternber8' by a show. Mostof S. and we want all graduates ,
.nnllnca ._____.Joke Edltr14'hltrlehl Oleta Smith, Lois Judd Mildred Raines, Frances Lee Johns, Doris Bar'y
I "'. .AII.t. Joke Editor the grammar and high'scbool to attend the football game Brown Sumner, Helen Johnson. Doahlft Smith, Doris Strickland, Keene, Annabelle Silver,
I'. Anderson, Jr. Ent.rt&IEdltc: students attended. A small admission and other homecoming activities Hilda Wyrick. GeraldIne Ttllman. Jewett Fogg, bara Snow, Clarice Thomas.
of TENTII NEWS Miss: Annie Mae Pearce, Sidney Griffis Mellle Silcox Irene Mrs Hart's Room. t '
fee five and ten cents was We play Chlefland here at the r
nme: ; charged. municipal field at 3:30: o'clock. The Sophomores are starting a Teacher. Lewis fl
EditEntel l!! "Social' Jar." The Idea Is to have ,
< After the there -
will be
r a
); (, First was a song by the Junior game FIRST D FOURTH GRADE ,
..II i N-oe.. ..Junior Hi Reporter Girls Chorus, "Baby Take A Bow," dance at the Woman's Club at 8:00p. everyone In the tenth grade bringa 7TII GRADE Honor Roll, B Class: Leon Dixon ,

followed by an acrobatic dance by; m. penny a week, and more If pos' Honor Roll: Gloria Cooper, Thel Honor Roll: Juanita, Barefoot, Richard Jackson, Evelyn demons f

Of Education Sadie Prince The homecoming sponsors will sible and put It In the jar. Then ma drlffls. Antce Green, Leon Ellington. Era Edward Irene Good e, :Mary Mary Dixon, Carolyn Green
ogram be Misses Mignon Simon and Mary when we have a party we can use Jane Judd Elise
Maples Ralph
Violet Johnson yi
Next was a piano solo, "When Dorothy Manning.A
eek, B. H. S. And Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," and I a Lucille Torode. Their escorts will the money from the social jar In- We have some new furniture for Rhodes, Tommy Ritch W. S. Rivers Class-Buford McKlnney, IIo-
stead of bringing It all at once.
School Daily; song by the Junior Chorus, "We'll] be Charles Pender and Leslie our doll house. We also have Mary Elizabeth Smith. L. C. ran Smith. Jr., Evelyn Coleman. .

arke Make Hay While the Sun Shines." Biggs. We are proud to announce that eight new Mother Goose picturesto Smith, Margaret Pearce, Margaret Miss 11111 lion'. Room. SI

Mignon Sisson then rendered a Every one be sure and come! Mr. Gray has picked one of our brighten up our room. Lowry,'Grace Green, Lumanda Dy- .
-W.0: DAILY roommates, Katie Fugate as the al.
Ann Mabel Bell
: tap dance and following that she, Bety Turner. \\IIAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- 4t
Nov. Planning AMBITION champion speaker on Manners and
onday. Franklin. and Jacqueline Yong are 1
and Charles Pender
arrow: Talks on Salesmanof sang by ape" Ambition has been defined as Morals. Her subject Is the Honor absent from school with measles. SIXTH GRADE Mary Elizabeth didn't know her
cial request, "Pettin" In the Park. 1
Tomorrow by Mr. Leon. A, In conclusion was an Imported the habit of mind that strives to! System.We We miss them and hope they will Honor Roll: Irvin Tlllman, Billy geography T ,

y and pupils. product: Mellen's Mistlcal Magical excel. This habit of mind may be are, glad to have Florled Kll- .soon be back. Grlffta, Frankie Ritch Ferol Miss Hazel didn't have a coca ,

tilts on Medical Science of To- Mathematical Mumbler (that was very good or a very bad thing, de llngsworth back with us. She was Miss Hazel Adkins, Teacher Jones, Frances Overstreet. Louise cola at recess r ,
AntlnWar. by Mr.y pending upon the object of your absent several last week.
row and I his name-the) educated dog. He days Stern, Gladys Johnson, Snookey, Buck didn't talk without permission % n
and pupils.lans ambition.It FIRST GRADE A AND R Corpening, Mary Lorraine Stock- '
could read minds, count, add, subtract ? r, y
the aged, Invited/ Is a commendable ambition SECOND A AND H well, Edward Barnes.
for )! divide wash his !
multiply, Honor Roll: Jennie Mae Byrd, Mr. Beasley'"didn't look at his ,
Townsend. 'to Improve the condition of your Honor Roll: Mary Esther Crews, Miss Roualtnd Jacobs' Room.' $
ker, Mr. face, etc. In other words he was Bernice Cooper, Josephine Johns, watch in study hall. v
It Is a good thing for a Thelma Prevail, Juanlta Maple",
.day, Nov. Developing New a very wonderful dog and every Helen Harden-Brook, Wilma Har- Buck Dixon, Reporter.
boy to think that he will work Lyslo Anderson, Eva Todd, Bert SIXTH GRADE
Talks by Mr. his poor ,
*! of Schools: one enjoyed performance.The den-Brook, Mable Leach Eva Duncan Grade 7-A.
hard and will some day have a Spense. Honor Roll: Jack Halle. Stanley
Teachers on the Yonge proceeds from the show EstherIrlftle
and Vera Lee Starling,
y comfortable home of his own to Miss Lillle McRae, Teacher. Noegel Levis Starling Melvin
oratory School. were added to the general school ( Wilbur Bell, Frank Grlffls CROSS CHILDRENMAY
share with those he loves, a piece Wiggins, Melba Anders Carolyn
Snrlchlng Character Through FIRST. GRADE C E. 1. Johns, Leland Raulerson. Keene Vera HAVE WORMS a1
of good ground, and the necessary Manning, Elaine Mar
Invited speakers Rev had a good time, had Miss Madge Middleton, Teacher
icatlon': Everyone Honor Roll W. B.'
work animals. : McKinney, wick Watch for upMt UttU womachi* bad brath" b)
M Montgomery and Rev. C. B. no lessons, and said they surely Lewis, Bradley Geiger frtfuInM, low of weight, ttchinc .round:
Agnes Miss Edna Strlcklnnd. '
I their worth. Jt is a good ambition to do well NINTH GRADE noM ".. They' m.yhew pin a roundworm ,! r ,
Lowry.ledneaday money's .n\h.
and Rev. got Beth Knight Mary Lee Ov- .
re Such ambition Mary "* Cream V rmifu haa aafolyand I a
whatever do.
you for ,...., roUobl, .IUd th.
Improving worm
Overstreet Hazel p
Nov. SAFETY arouses and throws life and spirit eratreet. Billy Honor Roll: L. O. Jones, Roswell POST GRADUATES! end tonad d.. d.llcat. _... Whlra CrtamVarmltui
Rural Schools: Invited. Speak Into whatever you undertake. K Fields, Margaret Montieth, Mtr- Noegel, Frances Peek, Arle Honor Roll: Dorothy Tunner, rvcommandad by druftirianMITCHELLS '

Supt. A. J. Griffls. This year more than ever before turns work into play. Everyone Jorle Sue Middleton, Leon Gray Jr., Tlllman, Vernie Philippe .Jlmmle Peek,.Pauline Priest. DRUG STORE i ,
the state on a whole Is making a Powell I
Mary Margaret
Nov. 8 *- Financing
whether -
ursday drive tha accidents caused by should have this ambition '
on '
Schools: Invited Speakers, Mr, at work or at play; whether pitchIng McKlnney. ItTH GRADE
,rley Johns, Supt. A. J. Grit tie,, carelessness ball or playing football; mak We had a good time at our Hal- FUNERAL DIRECTORS''
Leon A. Gray. Most of the accident. are caus- lowe'en party. We bo bed for ap- Honor Roll: Myrna Frink, Mar- ,
\ Mr. ing a table Qr hoeing corn: directIng -
Thee ed by carelessness; as the man or friend. ples, pinned on the cat's tall and t"" Powell, Dorothy Sapp, Ivan our Many Years Experience! Make It Possible for Ua to RenderEFFICIENT l ;
Quickening or helping
Nov. a stranger
Way, woman who drives too fast to con- our teacher told us .Hallowe'en Sponholtz, Anita Wainwright, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE1IODmATJIl '
Of Civic Responsibility: toI We like to see a girl or a boy
trol his car Ofter the reason of story. Then Marvin Montgomery Ruby Shaw, Jessie M. Brannen, PRICES
Mrs., E. K. Perry- who Is ambitious to do the best
I Speaker accidents are faulty brakes as well things; who alms to be a manly won a prize and gave \ia all some I J,nurse I Snyder= \ Earnest Morgan, Do WITT C. JONES COMPANY
of his Irma' Stockwelll, Myra Frink, Dorothy -
aa the slow work of some people's and candy. STARKE. FLORIDA ,
woman, a %
man or a womanly
,-sparing for New Kinds minds. Stop and think how fast Mrs. Jeanette Klncald, Teacher Marwlck. ,
Mrs.and kindly friend; who alms to get on '
[vice: Invited Speakers, can'think and how quickly Ly
Bums and Mrs. Carol In the world himself and to help s r
brakes will car and
stop your f
others; who alms to be a thoroughly
,i Inman.eld the rate of accidents will decrease
2 00 to 3:00.: honest and useful citizen and to
Day: : very rapidly. The cause of so
make his country a better and happier
: Bradford High vs.
accidents la people with
lefland. twenty mile a a hour minds and place. I

Saturday, Nov. 10-Preparing brakes driving their cars sixty and HONESTY. We1V"? 11 ,

]f New Kinds of Service. seventy miles an hour. .TheDay
unday, Nov. 11 Enriching "Honesty Is the best policy.
racter Through Education: Observe all signs along the This old saying Is as true today as
roads, they are not put there as Is not
ons by Rev. C. B. Price, Rev. It ever was. Dishonesty
orp.nn nt"*" There Ifj a purpose for '
\L lioatgcmery, and G, H. Low- r""e'v! the rtfl'p of money c or
each and every one,. They aid 101' rurlolnlng: of property.

your safety; Deceiving your associates Is a
IlDFORD HIGH SCHOOL Do not dodge In and out of traf- form of dishonesty against which Neverforget

(HOLDING EDUCATIONAL flj as the driver cannot see ycu Omar" of us have to guard. Another -
( and It result la a serious accident. -
PROGRAMS TJI'lSVEEr may thlrrr' about which;! we should bo
Whcu walking along the
the borrowing of things
careful: is
radford High School hId Its I highway you should walk on the that is we ehiuld always return LuIu

| _
November 5th. The program face the traffic. This will decreasethe habitual cheater Is not putting r, tI

fcin with two songs Clrected by accidents caused by pedestrians It over the teacher. Probably I

Mabel Wall followed ,by the being struck by cars. the knows he has cheated but

|-Ja Prayer and Flag Saluto. In tarfflc Is not the only place would rather lit It go than have

next: number on the programs to be safe; as there are numerous the unpleasant experience of being (1b

| an original talk by Juanita accidents In the homes resultingboth lied to. Yes, the marks are high,

ifoot on the subject "Planning In loss of property and life. but sometime out in life he may -

r Tomorrow," the theme of the Always bo careful with fire. Do want the very Information he copied \. _

ational Program for the day.en not let little children get hold of and It will not be forthcoming.

Dorothy Sapp recited a poem matches and do not expose kerosene Shakespeare wrote the following

logs Worthwhile." The third or gasoline to open fire. flting verse: JtJL E went down fighting .

mber was a vocal duet by Jean When you are taking an unnec- Who Heals my purser.steals trash '

vie and Juanita Barefoot, "Tin- essary*risk atop and think that But he who takes from me my that, you and I might live in Peace''

Tinkle Ooo." Fourth was a you only have one time to live on good name

(em by Mildred Hundley "Four this earth and you only have two Steals! that which not enriches him and Security. His was the sacrifice ,

n". Different chairmen of com-I arms, two legs, and two eyes, andy and 1 makes me poor. Indeed." best described in that time-honored -
Ittees of the Student Government ) exposing yourself to one of the .

|ve very good talks on the duties, above mentioned death hazards, SOCIETY quotation-"Greater Love hath

of their committees, as fol- you may lose one or all of them. ,:Miss Dorothy Sapp spent the no

E: "Morals and Manners," by By Herbert Packham, week-end in Gainesville. She motored man than this that he lay down1 w

tie Fugate, Introduced by Irma Chairman of Traffic and to Ocala and Sliver Springs,,

ockwell. Chairman of Manners Safety Committee. Saturday., his Life for another." Yes, his was

d Morals Committee. Herbert Irma Stockwell spent Saturday r
ckham, Chairman of the Safety EDUCATION WEEK OBSERVEDIN In Jacksonville. the true spirit of Patriotism that inspired :

immitee gave an interesting HISTORY CLASS those attending the Flor
him to GIVE HIS ALL in devotion
Ik Jacksonville
"Safety Zone. Mr. Gray then ida-Georgia football game In -

v< a talk In which he gave many The History IV Bulletin BoardIn Saturday were Raymond ----r' to God and \\f

iy. that we might "Plan for To- Mrs. Carpenter's home room is Plummer, Louis Davis, Simon Philips country., IKfjl.
wrow." Miss Blanchard of the 'attracting much attention. A Marie de, Mary Lucile To

tal F. E. R. A. office gave an Inresting number of attractive posters have rode, MildredThe Hundley, Francis M1

talk.Programs been made representing three of Cotton: and Ed Torode. SIXTEEN years have passed .

have been planned for the periods studied. The Colonial Miss Mary Wiggins spent Saturday "
l' week dally at 11:30 and we Period the Revolutionary Period, In Jacksonville since that memorable Armistice Day .

ill be glad to have visitors at and the Civil War Period. In the Miss Martha Powell attendedthe of 1916 that
brought end the
y time. colonial period are the colonial governors dedication of the airport In an to

TENTS HEAR : the explorers and plantersof Lake City, Sunday.A. greatest conflict the world has ever
colonies; In the Revolutionary E. Wall of the University.of

TALKS REVOLVING ON OLD-PENSIONS AGE Period, the generals, and statesmen Georgia In Athens spent the weekend known. Victory was ours. Yet it

and the Civil War Period, the In StaTke.: .
Monday afternoon at 2:00 0'- Presidents, generals statesmen, -.. --= might not have been but for those :
B. H. had the
S. students ?
Interesting -
ere of hearing Mr.Wills and and other pictures, both blond.UHOOZITT brave lads who lie in Flanders Fields'
and appropriate. Is a
[v. talks on the Townsend Plan The room baa been made more Has green eyes 3 inches .y over yonder and in our own consecrated
Old-Age Revolving Pensions. atractlve also by painting flower Height: :5 feet, .

*e students were told of the adjutages boxes, by the addition of fern Weight: 128 pounds. ground. : *

that would be derived stands and pats, some new plants, Is a senior.Is .

m this plan and how It would and additions to the aquarium. very pretty.
M them. Since this Is Education Week we Who Is It?

Then Mr.; Gray complimented are especially glad to have any Last week's answer; Elaine TO them, our undying grati

M football boys on the fine game and all visitors. Wynn. tude. Armistice; Day is THEIR t,
*t they P

Jwrill Edwards played,Friday Lamar especially.Smith, WHAT A QUEER WORLD THIS SEVENTH glad that B Miss. Fer- DAY. Let us keep faith with them L
We are very
YWlam BE IFs-
w. He Wooten tben presented, and Robert the Chap-mem- Beatrice WOULD was an. adult Instead of andes came In our room and told and on the morning of November I I "
her visit in Spain
jw of the team with ample cans a I Minor, us the story hearing I 11 1 FACE THE EAST ,
f instant Postum and booklets en- A. W. was an Auderdaughter Instead and we surely did enjoy at a. m., with 'v.

I-ed "inu of an Anderson. about It. silent of thankfulness in
>n Man. instead of Harold Bishop brought us a bowl' S. '/ a prayer remembrance ,
CALENDAR.OF EVENTS a Mary Wynn.was and two gold fish and we have a of their noble sacrifice ;y
Homecoming: November 9. Francis was Wool instead of nice time watching them for usl +
Mrs. Stockwell lent us two beautiful ,{
educational Week: Nov. 6-11. Cotton.
Book instead of pictures for our room and
Week: No* 11-1T. Ronald was Mounds tl r
the look. of our
, may. Nov. 12 Senior Girls Pitta. they improve ,
Y Boy:! Glee room very much.
Tu *iay. Hub Together. IN A NAME We had quite a few pupils on the
13 Junior Girls
* Club You can tell a high school man. !honor roll this month. Bradford( County TelegraphSTARKE
Tb Grace Green Reporter.
and after graduation by
7, NO'/ 15 Junl Boys in school
Club For -
the way be signs his. name. NINTH B

day: Eli rt mtary Assembly instance:. *
y. Nov. ,th Senior High Freshman: Bobby Chapman. The 9 B gave a Hallowe'en party,
the 9 A
ktool and invited
AawmbN Sophomore: Robert Chapman.
Refreshments were served FLORIDA
r I h Junior: R. Singleton Chapman. 'las.
1IOtIIau Came dfort'd Chief and game played and an had agood ,
tie! n. i Senior: Robert S. Chapman.
Graduate: R. 8. Chapman. time

may. Nov, 9, Field.Day... ,Job. Hunter. : Chapman._ Reese Bradley Reporter.

?1 rA4d'r r, AV+.

'LIf'tu\,, ( \ ;. .1 rW'ii\t., \ ) ".'11i..l fI.? tili old";:lh,):' .,"f"\H\ l,Ct'J.t: '!fs'n:;.l r Y'1': '

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_.. FRIDAY.. NOVEMBER. : ': o,,,..
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Miss Margaret podd Among Mrs Adkins EntertainsW .U' DC..Chapter Met Intermediate Christian Intermediate -.:::
Seniors At F. S. C. W. M.\ S. Circles Wednesday Afternoon Endeavor Met Friday: t Endeavor TQ)Meet\ (Friday

fJiJcietrlJ The following' release' from the The circles of the Woman's Missionary The Wj T., Weeks Chapter, U. 1 The: Intermediate Christian! Endeavor The" Intermediate

News Bureau of the State Collegefor Society of the Methodist D.' C.... met Wednesday, afternoonat of the Presbyterlan Church; deavor Society Chruthrfc\ ,
Women Tallahassee, will be Church were entertained Monday the borne of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. met last Friday afternoon November will meet t et tl'
of interest here: afternoon by :Mrs. A. Z. Adktns, Wall ,the hostesses being Mrs. I Z: '*> Friday afternoon at ,1:1:l
Miss Margaret Dodd from whose home was' brightened by Margaret towry;
Key- will
Wall Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs be the I
Music Study Club Eastern Star To stone Heights was among the 242 choice roses and ferns arranged In S. L.? Hamrick. I Songs .:were :sung< by'an and -a: A study of the Life of Christ,lees,
Seniors at Florida State Collegefor vases andVlxiwls., program was given, with Blake'Jackson begin at this time.. "1,
Meets Friday Evening Have' Quilting PartyThe Women, who became wearersof Mrs,. ViT' lS.k.Middleton, president Dahlias chrysanthemums and hi'charge' ,. after.which a bans, urged to be present Every en
roses added to the beauty of the
I The Fortnightly Music, Study members' of' the Starke the traditional academic cape of the ,Society presided over the atractlve rooms- where the guests short business meeting was held. Following the program
group, of the Woman' .Club, will Chapter Order of Eastern Star and gowns at the annual Investiture meeting.and; :,the program was in were seated. The Chapter bad as Reports were given by the, Chairman business session will be held a *i""
hold Its first meetingof tha.season will meet at the home of Mr. W. ceremony held last Tuesday; charge,7.'A.! Wood vice-pres- an honored guest Mrs. May Dickens of the Committees, and after members will then adjourn '
b : this Friday evening, _eight J. Epperson today (Friday)> for night at the college auditorium. Ident. ''After';, the singing of a of Chester, S., C. the business session a short time mans to begins work on in n
o'clock. at the homo c4, MI",, and an all day quilting party at which In the Investiture ceremony Dr. hymn. 'Bible'(,reading and prayer 'L. was spent In practicing for a play I books and toys to be made lit
The president, Mrs. G. Powell for
which will be In the i
Edward Conradl, of the were conducted Mrs. B. M. given nearfuture. Christmas
Mrs. H. ,V. }Knight ,. lout time the q>mt recently made by the president by presided and Miss Mid- box to be sent to
! Madge t It
Street V M ; members will be completed., college, placed a mortar board on Montgomery.who made impressive Presbyterian Hospital for
dleton ,
transacted the of
American Music '1.iOaen. i the head of each senior as an outward Comments'onthe. scripture, reading sec Robert Jackson, dren In Puerto Rico.on Ch
hasDt..ezI At the noon hour a covered dish retary. Amongother> business,
I symbol that she was eligibleto Chairman of Publicity.
for the year's work! .., r. : .pro. luncheon will be served and ali the name of Mrar Hal-Edward of
wear the cap and gown. This The finances of the Society was 1' -
members are Invited to attend. Lawtey was proposed'fo membership "Spain Today
,was the first appearance of the the Presbyterian Ladies
subject of a talk by and the-Chapter" 'Voted unanimously The members of the
class of* 1935 In caps and gowns, Amelia Ray;,treasurer, who state to her member. Auxiliary To MeetTuesday'The ,, requested to present their society ?
accept as a
at time which will now at the Thank
gram to presented this they wear the
fact that the
encouraging Mrs.,L. Davis of giving offering at this
RITZ THEATRE is American Music -of the First regular convocation hour in the ey raised this year for both local the annual A. convention gave a that report washeld Ladles Auxiliary of the 1. cr r i time.

Century, Leader, Mrs. H. V. auditorium each week. and state work Is far in advanceof last Therepo.rt Presbyterian ,Church will meet :An open ,air -
month In museum
STAKKJC, FLORHM Knight. History of the First Cen the amount raised the previous of the W.Tv. Tampa.Weeks Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 13 at 3:30: established at Lake has C
Chapter Con
tury Music ((1620-1800)) will be additional o'clock at the home of :Mrs. H. H.
Woman's Club :Jo year. Plans were made for made excellent Germany} where there
an showing as were ,
PROGRAM taken up by :-Mrs. Knight, who work before the end of the Young ov
'' Meet Next Wednesday' .1 it is much more active than many thirty villages of lake dwellers
will bo assisted Mrs. Q. H. I
BEGINNING'FRIDA"r by year :MIss Isabel Fernandes will
chapters In the small places. Mrs. : speak prehistoric< ,times.
FRIDAY NOV:''9T11 r J Lowry and Mrs. Levy A. Canova.A The regular monthly'' business 1 Mrs;, F.. H: Long-,react an article: Davis and Mrs. Perryman each -
vocal solo will be rendered by
and social of Woman's
: meeting
,whlcb presented one of the weekof
read short historical sketches
relating -
"Lady By Choie Mrs. Rawson J. Davla.. Biographyof Club of Starke will be held at '
; prayer projects.', A cleverly arranged to the South. Fancy Blue Rose eSSS White House
Carole Robsonitoyer' Francis Hopklnson (First Century three o'clock, on the afternoon. thevr
Lombard-May Dart of >roBTam was .Whole Grain 4 Evaporated
The appointed the following W
I Pryor-WuJtCTConnoly: Composer) Mrs. H, H. Young. November 14th. "A In two
BroadcasV-iLJstening on
Piano solo Mrs. Canova, committees: Credentials:
Levy v
SATURDAY, NO\C:!: tori who will also by read ':'Notes/." Mrs. An Interesting afternoon Is In Week of Wyer, Projects." The Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. A.' Z. Adkins, !MILK
store for all who attend, .and broadcast came from the stationof RICE [
Mrs. Emma
"BLUE STEEL& IS. K Perryman will lead the Ringing Cemetery:
of the "Old Oaken Bucket" by among the other Interesting attractions "The Wgrjd Outlook" a missionary : Mrs. W. L. Wall, acting chairman, finer r.
John Wayne on the afternoon's program maghrine) with Mrs. A. stet milk III halide
the entire' Music Mrs. S.EL Brownlee, honorary
v.. will'be a selection by the Wood as announcer. Taking parton >
and. Wolt i. Every member of the Woman's Penney .Farms Women's Chorus, the broadcast were' Misses Katie J.chairman E. Wilson, Mrs., Mrs.A.K.M.S.Darby Matthews., Mrs. 5 Lbaa 3 Tall Cans
C'haptr'I-"Th. h'f"?' Club ,Is eligible and a large attendance'le and duet H. V. ureixt.
a' piano by Mrs., and Virginia., Fugate, Kitty Finance: Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.E. .
,SVN..I\ION.. NOV"1'-I desired as a vote It to Knight and Mrs. Levy 'A Canova. Hogeed and Marjorie McMillan. L. Biggs, Mrs. O. L. Haynes.
I AlexandreDunuw"\ betaken on'Changing the regular The hostess, assisted' by her Music: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; Mrs,E. 23c KfR tai RLE1, 17c
time of meetings.COOL n daughter, Miss ,Hazel Adkins,
"The Count of: U Biggs, Mrs. J.W. Andrews. ?u.b.
Methodist Church NoticeAll I Misses Kitty Hogged Marjorie MeI Uclty: :! Miss Amelia Ray .
Monte' Crirto"f, Millan, Katle.and Virginia Fugate, IONA BRAND-PlAIN OR SELFRlSIN0FLOUR
q Eileen Landl-Koberf Donat 'WEATHERIS members of the Jones-Lang- I served dainty light ,refreshments The hostesses, assisted by little
-AIM.- h"t'IIt; THE SIGNAL ford-White Post American Legion, to the following guests: Mrs. B. M. Miss Melba Stringfellow. served a '

NEWS'" ANI COMJD: ,1A FOR r and all Gold Star' mothers of Bradford I Montgomery,. Mrs. F.' H. Long, tempting salad course.. ,

County are invited to attend ;Mrs. A. F. Snubs, Mrs. L. S. Hutto,
TUBS. WED.. NOV. :MrU OYSTER'SANDWICHES!: the; evening service at the Metho Mrs L. D.. Green, Mrs. A; Wood, Intermediate[ B. Y,, P. U. '
"I'LL FIX"ITS'I$ AND dist Church Sunday, at, which Mrs. W. E..Mlddleton, Mrs. E. K. Enjoys Hallowe'en PartyThe 8-lb. Bait IZ-lh. Bag 24-lb. Bag 48-11. nag

i Jack Holt ;., -, :C1iHdY service they. will be the 'honored Perryman, Mrs., I.. A. Davis. Mrs.. 25c 47c 89c $1.75
TIIURS.-FRf. NOV J&oli 'AT''HALL'S ,ues ... E. S.' Matthews, Mr. ,O. L. Bear Intermediate B. Y. P. U. of
the Church
Cecil B. DeMIIM's! %"' A special program lias' been ar- ley, Krsv; L. ''tr.,Vlnlng; 'Mrs. M. E. First Baptist' was en-
r 'anged for this. service and the Edwards, Misses Olive and ''Amelia artalned at''Hallowe'en party .
"CLEOPATRA'Clwuk4te PLACE last Thursday evening at the residence CABBAGE (Locally Grown) Head lOr
hlsT: : W.
pastor will ueedas: subject. : Ray, Mrs. WfA'; Bessant.Mrs.:
\ CoJbert-4-Warraa "Armistice." : O. Halle. Mrs. J. F., Colley Mrs. Mr. Mrs.. J., -.

William-Henry* wOe__. I i'i'J:J Neor,Seaboard Depot) The public )la cordially invited to Sam Anderson, Mrs?,W B. Parks, wards on Cherry Street. Bunch Iflc

., '" ... '. .. ..- ,.- ., his service. Mrs Olin W. White MrsW... A. The young folks were entertained FRESH CARROTS Bunch" 7jc!
.. Scott, :Mra..A.'W. Anderson, Mrs. on the large lawn of this home COOKING APPLES (York Imperial) 6 Lbs. 23c:
O.Haynes, Mrs.-Ai- 'W.- 'Red- Which was decorated with jack-o- FRESH TOMATOES' J ,Lb. 7ic'!
grave, Mrs 4J?W. White and Mrs. lanterns and other Hallowe'en decorations CABBAGE Fancy Shipped) Lb. 2'/2c'

: J. H. Rltch. ,.a I ,.where all .kinds- ,, of outdoor CELERY FANCY _. (STALK. ) lOc ,
: : : Baptist Circles Meet joyed.games''Those ana' contests were en-in FRESH STRINGLESS BEANS Lb. 7'/2c'!
"Gi' R 1: EWS5SUnder f"T: 01 R' winning prizes
t 'iQ' I f "": he contest.were dance GUI, and DELICIOUS EATING APPLES, Doz. 30c
I .t'I' ""'. Circle Number One of the Bap- In the treasure hunt, Mary Lor'' FANCY U. S. No. 1 MAINE' (No Limit).
tist Woman's Union,
I .
.. .. mine Stockwell was awarded the
....;.r NYn;: 'i I was,,entertained...,.,Monday after- prize IRISH 10 Lbs.: 13c
itoon at'three-thVrty o'clock by POTATOES ,
JL ew Management-Owned Arid t MTS.T.. Mr>arefootxat t her homercaU.Sttflt. Refreshments of punch, sand ; _
A wiches and fancy cookies was served C -
ANDMoTIiEn'S-.mESH Plain:
y it 5 =' / The members"-were"seated In the' by Mrs. Edwards assisted by G or 14-Ox, lo-Oz*, 2j.z.
) By 'L/J.i Green $ Mrs, P. M. B.aretoot.Miss Ethel
: ;
living/ ;r "which; was/decorated;
PROMPT wit1Ybaeket(, of fall Moore and. Miss: Frances Hemingway BREAD ,6c;- 8c, lOc
J :
; flowers r :
rsf.; ; f which*ddea a'cblorful setting : : .
.J. .
f ; i ,
.,to Gthis meeting.-which was i About,twentyyoung people en- HIGHEST QUALITY, ROCK GROUND
? Telephone Trade At Home presided'over toy the. leader; Mrs. Joyed this delightful affair' 14c
; MEAt. 5 Lbs.
m. C. Priest FoUowlng the devotional -j .. ., .
service. {the, r routine Mrs. Kemp Entertains
FRIDAY and SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9: id\:1\ : Or!; or:,business waa'' attended regular, to.- Sunday School*Class1, COLD8TREA3I:-ALASKA'S FINEST.PINK

> Jti. J '? ,LlghtVrefresnments-.wtw:: servecduring SALMON Tall Can lOcBORDEN'S
%' 12-LDSt ? -SPILLSBURY'S the social period by the hos The Kings Messengers Class of
": 1 ; lx 'l25 i < '? tesaaslated: by he*:, :daughters, the Baptist.Sunday School, met at _
'pOL L-r Selt R ---
sing -
FL.-'O'.U"'R. \ '46q 87c Juanlt and pars Barefoot: the home of Mr..' and Mrs. R. L 1-2-lbVpkgr.. 29c
IVJ :1-"lJ.: !t7' "Circle/Nutabef Two net at' the Kemp last Tuesday ,evening and CHEESE' 2 .
home of Mrs L. Q,, J oweU and enjoyed Hallowe'en: social BORDEN'S

.. BEST 3C'[ '60c$1! _.16, : Miss Etta' ,Tison,,'Monday afternoon Each guest'' was dressed In a CREAM CHEESE: ,3Pkgs., 25c
r I '" / $& j" tacky' costume and the prize for 25c
t Brand 6 boxes
: A&P
3 In the. ,3un'parlor of//this horn the tackiest costume was awarded -
PURE GROUND: .. ; STWHITE, ;%;r where the meeting'was.: : .held ''wai to Florence Mereereau.! Several: SULTANA

beautiful floral) 'arrangements .of games 'and contests were played BAKING POWDER, Can 9cNUCOR

COFFEE: ,2Lbs. 25c ,BACONU>. 15c dahlias.
l#0.; < other. refreshments were 'enjoyed.
'". ,;i 'The leaderr'PoweU'conducted Those attending 'Were: 17c]
,BULK- ,.. ': ;t, f a, pie devotional and business Juanita Barefoot, Fay Warren, .Jh.
sessionand' also led. >tb. study Florence' Mersereau" Doris Crews,
DRV SALT (Western .... )
LARD Lbs. SUGAR' r5)tbS 25 Course, reading' "The Ministry of Clara Flume and 'Jenella Hutch-,
4 36c '
*;" :; Pra,.. "..j.Kachi member was-asked tags.wl, ._ MEAT Lb: 17cANN

It .';\.. _to bring* special! offering;for __ ., -_- _,,
NO 1 MAINE'' It\ tber"I.ottte'Mooa", week ot prayerto : M, S. Week of.Prayer' J
i ';IL. *|tii.r be'held.In Uecember,-small bags PAGEGRAPE '

< .. 1 for the'offQ'lnc to..be.... provided.for This week'Was designated Woman'sMissionary as JELLY; 2'16z Jars 35c
week of the.
i each penoitt{ :'f't' prayer by OLD MUNICH : ,
: : : c ,,Delicious\ J light- refreshments ;Society the Methodist -
MALT SYRUP No '2/'Can 39c
Church and the local Society
were served by the hostesses to thefourteenimembeert
POTATOESJO" :;"t ,' held special meetings Tuesday afternoon "
r. present; LUX FLAKES Pkgs..'
: and Wednesday eveningat
i Circle Numb!ar Three was entertained
; .fey BlriC R.. A. Newsom at the church. Tuesday afternoon Rolls 13c
: the meeting was led by Mrs. J. W, .
; her CldDe atslmRry Street ,
J :'Th-living .room .of--thta.: home White assisted by Mrs. J. H.Rltch, IONA-BED RIPE-FULL PACK '

OUR'SPECIAL: HOI-1fuGl\P\ [r'' ''' : was decoratedwith, sweet' 'peas Mrs.ryman" W., Mrs.'O. Halle-B. M Montgomery Mrs.'E.. Kj Per-and TOMATOES 2No. Cans 15c
and' fern.- '. he leader..Mrs. E. W,

: R l c. E.5tbs. ;15c MEAta10! 'Lis.2YORK + Hayed. 'presided and business during session the and devotional evening Mrs.'' :". there E..Edwards.was i an,Wednesday lnter..Uncnet

plana..were:made,f ora'spend the Instructive meeting. led byMrs..A. EIGHT-O'CLOCKCOFFEE 21c
., day party.!'to- be ,held at' the home Wood.Woodmen :
*' : of Mrra,JaM.: Brownlee._on Thurs < M. r -
IMPERIAL. .I: if day.. jfop. ; .riaHt. tvbt h".mae?th e / Circle Notice' SUNNTFIELD: -PRESH CRISPCORNFLAKES '' ,

1- .' "JL' EMY'jNS.t. I book,'. trrhrf-XW-giiit'Stewardshipwill The regular meeting of the 8-oz.Ptg.: 7c
D studied.Mrs: !)', ..' L Silcox
APPLES 7tbs 25c be'' / > Staj-ke Grove Woodmen Circle will
;. _. Invited the'Circle to meet Wher next
1 < be held at, the :Masonic Hall
-- -. '. -
? ( for the December meeting: -
'' '\! 'ct: .". :V.Honored:gust At-this meeting Tuesday evening seven-thirty' HIGHEST QUALITY-ROCK GROUND

BANANAS 5 Lbs. ,.15c MOTHER'S ; | ,? weN;:;Kra. .A.'lC.Darby/Mrs. C. I o'clock.. Each member is 'requested ..to GRITS ,5 Lbs. 13c

COCOA B.:Price'and U.WU' .f bring a gift of some kind that Is ,
l 15cY' ,
: )
Lb.CanROUND *iDurlngthe'soclalj paf hour a -
\ useful to a home these to be presented GRANULATED: DIXIE
.- ...,, N.. _. J ., '_ t" ..., .""",.,-S.1-: ;: ; _. ".. 'Aoeeerprved': : by the to an unfortunate one. ).

PEN,V rssi I... ", .. ,po ,.. Hostesses for this meeting will SUGAR ..5 Lb& 25cFRESH
: BEST'iwrs; \ ; r<..,J, BiptlatChurch, Activities be all the officers: 0(the Grove and : ,
.JA' : they are urctnc each ,member to .. ". ,, -1 n' H ,':J. ICRISPOFIGBARSiLb.

NI TCHESPkgs* .;:; ...-. > : i5c. :. STEAK Lb. .15cjwoiSSr1fc .: '"<*The Teacher's"hold a" "weetely.maetlng of5jth..SundaySchool ; ::: be present..f -.1- : ; ; .."- lOc

'- -, '' Wednesday rrealngx st% seven Milton. Brownlee, Jr., ,
:MIXED "J' ,; ::: ''t'- o'clock, at UI.'cb"well. aM.the Junior Appointed Captain'' U. "-- ,
Choir meet.ell Friday evening -
; at the chUfcft at.,;seventhirtymclocfc. Jk Of Fla.. R. ,O. T., C. SWAN8DOWN- '

GROUNDMEAT2Lbs2SC ; ;if: for;iracUc j) 4r under. 'the. dilre John'Milton' Brownlee i Jr.; son CAKE'FLOUR Pk*,;.: t 29c
: ; 1 1r if j
,, : ; e'',Thursday Uoo Mt.'Vo&n viiag the(. Powell.Men's Blrf qf'who)lr.U :a and student Mrs.at J.the M.,Universityof Brownlee. BANG-POWDER' -ir,

.. bJ ) CUaa enjoyed a fish supper at Florida was among the nine 1-lb. can 23c
RIB 2"BONELESS BEEF the Johns': camp.on Lake Geneva.A teen advanced students to military
-large number attended and all BAKER'S COCONUT' ; 10c
science and tactics at the University 14Ib.
STEW Lbs. reported. *X grand time.f"*fkR who. last week; was appointed ; .
BEEF \ 25c: ROASTS .r ,lJt: )) I5c; .Y.- Puce and Jerry Moore}attended to the rank of captain in the in- JELLO; r ,Ping: 6c
JJ X *, "1 ;, "f -***. l t 1 taa.Eencetty.. = nieeUngl. ofAssociation (tntry 'and field artillery regl-

YELLOW -- _- -. "," ri ,o/flcera' and B.YJ, J P. "'xents.of the University. .. ; R. 0. T. LOG'CABIN SYRUP Can 25c
FENDERS Pt.: 844) U. Presidents, held at the Baptist c. _
Church In Ralford. Monday nightThe t Mr. Brownlee was appointed
: 4Lbs. WOD)&.'..,Bible. .Claas", with stain of Company B, and among i MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, Lb. 31c

ONIONS }; lOc Salad Dressing :15c, :1 IQc( growing Mrs. A: M4 hr'lr j Derby mbe",as1 and;:Jeachcr theylnvite ? is- Leonard he'oUler'F eapUIDB; Chapman appointed:: of Ralford was, -;'- : '- .'",-r" '" -. -, .- _

I tn Inln all the ladles,_of the church: cry rho was,H.'; appointed' captain- ef* Bat- _THE GREAT, ATLANTIC#" ,.. -&:-PACIFIC' -- -TEA. COMPANYPAGJIJ .

c, .), ;;,'I, 11<. I.""' ':. !t.<.... "I'''., ... ?,!.'.:';;:, ,tk's'' 1- ,

". NOVEMBER! 9, 198 IIr1V10'a
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Mrs. W. W Page end eon..Billy ;ANNOUjiCEMKNT: MISSION ,1IALLThe I.. 'LONU BnilMJB CHURCH, \
of Jacksonville; were guests lat NAT SEZ

week of Mrs. Page's parents, Mr. : I have passed-the examination study of Samaria held the L:;, Th' { tev. :W.:-:T:McGuire, wuo,: y rI

Bits of and Mrs. W. H. Struth. required by Florida Real Estate '' to '/ .
( attention of the Bibleclasa Tuesday nf ..repentlcalled ,as ,pastor!
-- Well, I guess you know by now Commission and.: now hold certificate : ho, wong,Bridge Christian Church, '
at the weekly!
study f
evening .
Rev. and Mrs: C, B.: Price' and that Precinct No, 2' In Starke.: as Active Real Estate Broker : .I roadbed.a fine sermon on, "TempI -.!
tWQ children. Gloria and Helen, which is the one I vote in, went. and would like to take listings of and,now the story of The dood Samaritan I tatlon" last Sunday night. Serve }

Ia1. Ne* spelt several days In Miami last dry and that ,j: property for sale or rent...far ma. has a new setting and interest ieee are held at this church on the. ,

week visiting relatives. No. 1 voted wet.' 1 city homes or business lots and for those who heard.Jacob's third Saturday night, Sunday

It looks mighty v buildings. Aubrey Rrlnk Starke, Well, its location and thebeautiful morning and Sunday night in each,

CONCERNING ,OUR: PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs' Charles: jtmbach auspicious" t o Fla. It "story of Christ resting r month.. :; .. .... i
PROGRESS ,OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN spent Sunday in Green Cove me beeause'have t --.- ,
there and conversion of the .
Ii Springs visiting Mr. Imbach's father a lot of Italy: has only 957 men to each the woman I *Ther! have beerr..fourteen. 'White

I ,C.-I. Imbach. friends there In over that x 1.000 women.. In of this Samaria study.If .were all Impressed \.Is."edd.IPa-:'" : .. i ? li ,Y Yt

1-- I Mr, and Mrs. Tommy Lane of precinct :who iv .....ct..T. ..nt..r. nit\i>KoHiOt > the subject! "Eplo" sounds a Jd. I
and Mrs. Pate Gassett were Rev.. and Mrs. C, B.. Price and Gainesville were In. Starke during said they were ,' 'N"I'V .. ..OR...". IN <'HA WCKRY. bit political at ,this time or odd ,

visitors\Mr to Jacksonville l Thursday ; children ,were visitors to Jacksonville -. the week-end visiting Mrs. Lane's going to vote M.Bradford A. Hmlth,County a. Liquidator Hunk, a for eorporelion -': you can better judge it after bearIng J

Tuesday afternoon. parents Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pearce dry. I think the explained next Tuesday evening t

L. Brownlee was:'a visitor to -i %> ,:.vI'. "-,+' --I I. '-rAt real solution'of v.*. rialntltf. ('..MfI 'N... ,4 IS at the regular study hour. '01 M1I

Jacksonville H. Friday. Col. Joe Hill Williams of
Butler, was a professional visitor University of Georgia, spent the that they were so confused by that The state of OK Florida PUBLICATION, 13th.,

of Theressa, here Monday, week-end here with his uncle and mysterious looking ballot that they To, W. HI, Varbroua-h.. 1401 Park
Lewis visitor B. :here Friday. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. just marked the ballot In the View Ivan Avenue la. and, J t'ltmburaPun, Thomas Hoff tiny ..1 DONT GET UP NIGHTS II tJ -
a wrong place. 1 PALACE
was Dr,J. H. Carradlne and eon. Lee, man plttabura. Fennaylvanla. -
of Little Miss Idell Come to thln'k about Take notice, that the plaintiff ha* ARE }'OU OVER .01 'Jwkaonvllle'a Only h,
It not
of Alachua. was Lawtey, were visitors here Mon Landrum is enJoying I'm filed his bill of complaint as.ln t... If no, nature la of
Street Dendy day. a visit in Inverness, with so sure that marked it where I you In the above entitled cauii dancer ahead. let rid warning of your you trouble VAUDEVILLEFranklin 9
: I
friends here her Intended to.MEN'S. aceklnc the forerloaur of. a mort.r early Make thin 85o lest Uet
visiting Mr. \
grandparents and Mrs. J. Hire ...... the following property In Oil,
Juniper Uucliu lenveato, Inwrven
Mrs.Colsonofof A. Landrum. tfHdford County Jl'lorld.lowltt t : "Funtaay FollleV ti "
Brooker, tablet, A.k for ItUKItTNthe ,
..''A..Canova were
and Mrs..! KWU of NWVi and or NWUof Featuring9FRANKLiNS9
>Mr was a visitor here Saturday afternoon.i l7'of bladder laxative. Take U 0 fthem
Gainesville Tuesday, Inv and WH, of NKV4 In four day; If not plannedro +
visitors to Mrs. Lucretla Snyder' has re TROUSERS IIW! %. Keo. II, Tp, e S ft II tact) back and a*t your money Ml. '
turn to her home here after spendIng glen. the following cattle now owned KtCTH walk. on. th* bladder Hlmllurto 0 other act aLf
Carter of Highland,,was, by and In pomvettnlon of the mildmortgegore castor oil on the bow via. I''lushea f Stag Band f44 ,
Maxie here Monday. Mrs. Chesley Fogg of Graham, several months with relativesIn >t aa follow, to-wit: One. out excess. acids and other Jmmirl- GIKLH k, Nand
attending to business was a visitor here,Monday after- Montpelier N.. J. realiitrd Red. Poll Hull and ..*.v. tI.. which, caun .ttlna' up iilabti, _
entv-foiir head of rattle, toReth.rwith .
frequent desire scanty flow burn-
visitor noon.L -- $1.98 I all futur. lnc'lH to. .ald herd log. backache or leg palna You ( I& ,I
Gill/ wan a
Miss Florence; Family dump wash..-,8c a pound Th.above cattle ,marked amonth' are hound to feel better after this MUNV
Tuesday.; crop In right ear and I'lIt'| In left, fluxhlnic' and set reKUlnrHlep.
to JackeonMDvMr. D. Johns of Graham was Starke Dry CleanersFriend I ear brandvd with letter Y. Uiiurantped you. by your'- Mlh'h..,,'. ,i. 'NOV.J t
: : attending to business here Mon Priced to milt and It la tudered that you and each Drug Sore J 0, 10. It ; up
Mrs.'D. C. Klnlaw, were of hereby required to appear
and the fellow hat ana 1a
day. Mrs. A. S. Crews, \\Hnl a B-nod said.. bill I of
visitors to Jacksonville. Monday.Mrs. \ -- will regretto learn that she Is a look In* pair oftronn I Nald anus* on Monday, f.h..I'l '
r *rd. A. .tell|) otherwise' the all-
Guilford.waf visitor Miss Georgia Doyle has been en- patient In Riverside Hospital / j llltln r for a RntfOna; of said I hill. I :Complaint; : I willIw FRESH
N. F, a ; ,money.MEN'S : .
Jacksonville. taken ronfeneed by It
joying a visit with relatives in all you. ; i !
to Jacksonville:Tuesda!., II. further. Ordered that thin not It. L 1t.l"I
...... Green Cove Springs: be published onoe each wek for '
Milton Brownlee Jr,. of the Uni- 4 onnneouttv weeks In BradfordI'ounlv
---' "
spent:Mondayand : = '.
Alma Baine TelosTHUh a newnpnperpnbHHhetl ,
Mrs. of Florida the week-
In Blankets dry'cleaned 33c( and 40c versity spent In Diadford County: Flor-
Tuesday Stark Dry Cleaner end In Starke with his parents, Mr. .
Jacksonville.: _' ; and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.Mrs. Ida.Witness my hand and the official.
SHIRTS sal of .ald ('ourt at Btnrk, Ornd- .On The _
ford bounty Florida this Slat day of 'Se 1' ,
C. Wesl y Larson,. Keystone ;
and Mrs. Will\ Powling... of D 1P84. Anerlca' "
Mr S. E. Brownies spent Fri October, A. FI..e di '
Heights was a visitor to Starke
Ft. Myers were guests Tuesdayof Tuesday.:' day In Jacksonville and while Clerk Circuit Court : Rotor''! ,,-

Mr, and Mrs.' J. M.;Mitchell.: .r there visited her grand-daughters $1.00Not (OP'P'J'IAI.- Bradford limA I,County) 'Florida IIXIC; I Gee. lIf. Cohan

Mrs. Frank Merrlllof Keystone Mrs. Marcus Conant and Miss KMHIHT; A KNIOHT ,_ 1'- In d ''iI'1
Mrs. Karl Floreuv, ot .. Martha Brownlee. Attorney for Plaintiff..
was visiting friends in Starke, Helgnts. was avtltortoStarke to ha oonfuKi'd ll-J-6t-ll-ao, THE aQAMULIYO"i: 1 1ity
v Friday afternoon.Mrs. with the WlU v4 '
last wee It. :Mrs Fred F.: ,Stump returned 'ordinary II.00hlrtn. eherk. Nt
May Dickens, of Chester, Tuesday from Amherst Va., where fine ;quality Themsare COLDS -_lYewon ,
C L. Stockwell, spent Friday in she was called on 'account of the I and full out FISH ,
S. C., and Sanford, spent several 666 MARKET t ('qnb
DeLand. where, he'wad attendingto . death of her mother Mrs. MaryT. Jloautlful ..pate -
:" : days this week visiting Mr. and 'I..rn.CI./ !. 14 FEVER l arteen

business masters.{ ? .... ,._' Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.' Wood. to 17.BOY'S Tinny tribe -. .'', frenh bir

Mr.. and ,MR., J.,, M. dote: i of Mrs William Norris returned Family finish___ 12 1-Zo a pound TAU.BTRBeadaCtleS.n. firm "a caught and packed In Ice.ApiUtichlrolit .

Brooker were visitors here Thurs, Saturday from Ocala; where she Starke Dry Cleaner .....IID: Oysters 2 2FRUITCAKE'
day afternoon. '.Q !' m. D.... I. SO _I..t.. .
visited her daughter, Mrs;' J. C. : -. r
'O HUlman." Mrs P. S. Crews and son, Spencer SHIRT'Special
J, W. Townsend; of,Lake( Butler: crews have returned to their

was a visitor,here""*' .'Thursday". ''',..lv'after' | Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick went to home at Lake Alfrde. Fla, after a 'I

soon. .. Atlanta,. Ga., Thursday where she two weeks visit here with Mrs. .79ctf

Mrs '. James. Lewis and Miss Mel: : will spend some time visiting, rel Emma Rivers.' --. I MATERIALS IP 'O- ?i l ''
atives. you.re oii. oft
ba Silcox werevlaltors, << 'to ,Jacklonvllle ,- Miss Flora Belle Jackson returned 1 h e. mothers 1. '
MondayLlaut /- :.' Mr.. and Mrs' R< J, Davis, and Sunday to her home in Bacon. ,Hint Until."like' for rood your FRESH tT .
4 I daughters, Ida Lula and Marjorie ton Ga., after a several weeks boy try one of _
.I : and 3JI"* "CJlffofl-BHtchl; vleitors to' Jacksonville Tuesday vlftt here with her ,sisters, Mrs T .h..* "BIL BblrtH'Thoy Citron lb. 33c
were are really: -
Ucniaduth/N: J; -wer* viai .
of T. Long and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. IItA' 0nllar raluca. GROCE"RY'

lUng friends- .In"'.!Starkk!! .Sunday' ,*"..' t .Lemon; lb. ..33c

9. Jack Bell, 'of Gainesville; :Mrs H. L. Rrownlee and little I Oran lb ,33c
r'1'r'.. L.. .Z aJ3Jutto',,;,JflM Edna was Mrs.in' 13t:,:ke*CirmS! ;'''tha" daughter; Madge are enjoying a Ladies'Id'Bags: it! e. to, :, ;, 'STARKE.VO; : *FLORIDA> ,I

.1 Hutto and .A*;H.:'Hallwere ,vise -. end Visiting1 her parente, Mr.,' visit In DeLand with Mrs., Brown- 'r '$1.00'Without Cherries. IB. ., 49c I

> Itors .to Jacksonville. :'Monday. .t. "', k-I I lee's brother-in-law and sister, CoL '' 9.10 W( '
"* ; ?- -i- Ware W. 1. fcxiwmrds. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. a doubt Pineapple, lb. -49c. Friday and Saturday, November e'
'Mrand! Mr ."MTBranatea: spent\ "- *h. bunt looking II Grapefruit lb. 33c lay''".
Col. H. O. Brown and daughters, 'aow.." have .
the week-end wlta-Lrela.U\ea. .at Mr. and Mrs; Ancll Walnwright, tvr off.r." at : '

Callahan. Misses"Iris Butler, were;and. visitors Marle."ot here Lake Fri- of Jacksonville were in Stale Bluo nut. und price Brown.!Black Ginger l lb.49c. Celeryeaeli lOc: Lettuce :ea.. 7c

'_ day. Sunday visiting( Mrs. Wainwrlght's.brother Dates, '7y2-oz.: 15c r' '
1 dots; blocked j__50o "
cleaned and and sister-in-law, Mr. and .,
.,....._ '
Starke Dry Cleaners Mr and Mrs0.. H. Bennett, Mrs. O. A. Andreu. Lumberjacks;; Fig,'$-oz.. M....... lOc IRISH POTATOES I 10'tk: fc12c

t spent the week-end in Jacksonville Currants, pkg. lOc
H. B. Wiggins principal of thee with their son-in-law and daughter. Miss Delores Perryman and Miss

e Brooker school.was a.visitor here Mr. and Mr,. Randolph Boree. Claudia Norman of the Georgia $2.98 Raisins,' -ozlOc'

f Tuesday afternoon.' .. University at Athens, were week ONIONS 3 IbslOc l LEMONS dz lOc ;
L. A. '
of Mr. and Mrs. Best .
I MrsW. Wlniberly ,.Mrs. W. P. Randall, of Jackson- guests. Qf IndvitlurtlbUdoubl. "'?>
M. and Mrs,
lyllle/spent Tuesday here with her Davis. .' n/appar/

| iJ. C. Downing were visitors to parents,, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alva- m,.d* Clo Jacksonville H. B. McLendon. BANANAS 4 Lbs. a 15c >
J.I Tuesday, (.ez.-" .Mr Dr. and Mrs. -/Mid foe I like : w
Mrs. L. D. Vtning Mrs. S. P. Van- i e leather and are

II t Mrs. Minnie Brown, of Raiford, &.J... Peck Director of F. E. R, dlvtare and Mrs. Hulda Corpenlng wind, proof. Bt4't .- 29c1
was in Starke Wednesday VtaittagMrs. .,. Operations of Bradford Bounty were In Jacksonville Wednesday r quality, 13,85. ___ ___ ___ COOKING APPLES (Imp.) 6.1bs. 25c, ',

1 Mrs. D. A. Montleth was)) a business visitor to Ocala/ ,afternoon \, Best Wisconsin "

Tuesday.. I ', i ii i- l\ -i--1->"' Fancy' EATING APPLES Doz 25c
Mrs. Enoch Grlffls and .'W. Mr. and Mrs Johnny Baisden arge "

fC. Wooten, of Lawteywei s and-Mrs. Clyde Williams of Lake CHEESE
Roberts.of'Lakeputler :
N. E
I*ton here Wednesday aftefaii, f Union County* repreeentatlve-elect, City, spent Sunday here with Mr. Arch Support Shoes FANCY GRAPES, 3 Pounds", w .. _. ....25c:
( W. s '
n aM i* fc fc i here Mon Balsde&'s father and slater Lb. 19c '
4 ,
Miss Dqrothy Sa p.jxgt the wrbuslness'visit S s \ Balsden and '.Mra.XJessie. Mae $2.69 _

i'week-end In Gainesville visiting Blakely. Compound TIP TOP MARKET

her aunt Mrs. F.'A. Moor Miss L. L. Conner; Chairman of the : ,

I Sapp also visited at Silver Springs.. Board of County Commissioners, 'A. B. Surrency, H. P. Galney M. -
land Ocala : *- L.. Green Roy and LARD f' .
Saturday business Surrency., A. (
returned Friday ,from, a BOLOGNA Lb. I
[ S. M. 12c
*> BB> lawilvilBBMW >aaBartMBVBatBBiaMBIBWMaBB bBaWlia>aMB* : Leslie Green, L. B. Crosby, -'-' -- -"' '' -

trip" to-Chicago. I Mott. M. O. Harrell and R. L. 4 .. 41c' 'Fresh Link SAUSAGE, lift' _.W_ 17c rrLbs.
Brooker section were r "e w.
:CENT A WORD 'Jlaynes-' ,- B., Y. Saxon, E. (A. Green of the '
here Monday.
transacting business SIRLOIN STEAK Fla. Lb. 19c ,
Edwards, H. V. and J. H. Saxon. Best White : -__

of,Hampton, were. business visitors -- ._ BOn Mad by Peter. 01'00. quality kidleath.r r ) ;:;: ; ::
L COLUMNFOR Ladle coats, plafn---, BREAKFAST BACON ? 27c .
bore :M< Starke Dry Cleaneni fltrnpM.. lone wearlnjr. afind very com B AC 0 N I

'!{ RENT-Small. 'lower .floor .Judge I A. 'Z. Adklns spent last fortable. h PICNIC HAMS, Lb. -lfi .:. OlA: ,I4i :
W. H. Williams, ...... ...... ., ; .
furnished at the Mrs.,and Mrs. 1 _. .I.N .r :r.t. .
j apartmentlth'privttteentrance. ; week In Palatka.:presiding ,._. .. ___ 16c PORK CHOPS Fla. Lb. r iT lSc
announc- .
lti. County. of Jthe State Farm are .* ...., -_ ; r
Mrs F H in Putnam
< i. i t ,.j Long,i_ 1 } ,. fall. .term. ..of court. ing tbe'arrival of a daughter Bet- '' PORK' Weste
CHOPS ( > n) Lb.'w:22c to
AUCTION SALE-on' Thursday MBMBlrf.HWMHV ty .Jean, on' Wednesday October STERNBERG'SStarkefFlorlda Northfield ; : :

I Nov. 15 at 1 p. IB. at the homeof 4* E. and Miss 31. Mrs. Williams will be remembered : '.CHILI' CON) CARNE Lb.. ___ ; ,23c '
Mrs. .E.\Canova _,
{ Mrs C. Fogg..Chrahanv;.to'the MaryCahova'wen* in?.Gainesville as Miss Sunshine. Hundley:, : MILK I :;I f v' '' : ,'Ii 1 .' p

highest bidder for cash. Air stock Sunday afternoon visiting Hr. and ,1 j. BEEF ROAST,..Fla;Eb1 j .. _-:' -:;_ 15c r '

tend farming Implements..'._ .its and Mr. and Friend. of Mrs T. J. Griffin are / s' '
F. A.' Canorva ;; '
'::1IAN J. J. Canova.Quick delighted to know that she la slowly Ralph Coogan a. student at th 3 Tall Cans, 17c 9-oz. Jar {U __. __, __ 17c
WANTED for Rawlelght Improving after an Illness of 'University of Georgia, at Athens 'FAT:HENS !,:Live; ? ;
Route Lb.aw 17c
of ,
: 800 families. Good three weeks.. Mrs. Griffin I* now who spent the week-end In Law Whole I GrainRICE ? "'

Profits help' for hustlers We train'and Relief ffQr In at: Vincent's Hospital but It Is tey the guest of Louis H. Hill Jr.. r HAMBURGER, Lb. lH-A.... _:122C
: you. Write Immediately hoped 'that she:will soon be able who Is also a University, of Georgia -
.Rawletgh 1 ,
Co.; pt/FAK-I2VSA;
I to return horaav .a student was visiting friends in :
..Memphis- Term.. I2-2tp i Mr. and Mr& W. L. Edwards and Starke during the week-end. No. 2YZ Can PEACHES: each >. ISc', '
I Fredrlka.Miss Leah S Lb 21c y 'C-
} CALLING cARD..aa;, Sire, Chills and Fever little daughter of Jack- .

".00 for 50; $1.00 for 100.,Monogrammed Struth and'ElmO Struth DeSha Mrs. C.' A. Futch Mrs. J. C. a PINEAPPL J J '
sonville and Mrs. L. M. N 2 Can ;,_...:.
stationery: .100 sheets of) of Hoover and Mrs., Annie Richard, 'FreshMEAL' .w
and 100) envelope, $2.TSi Bradford I and.Other EffectM and little; daughter, Marjorie of were visitors to .Gainesville. ,Friday I
Bounty Telegraph. Fhon.39.. tf. Malarial Wlldwood were guests afternoon. They were accompanied :
and : :
r : Mr. and Mrs. !W. H. Struth home by Mrs Futch's son, : No. 2 Can CORN, .ch''_ > ::. -:; J? r lOcf

L ?PICBS 8trppUX3: $,.TfpmltC I'J*!' n. i 1,. pat o> nth the tofferlnf and of Mina Kate stru'th.D. Merrill, a student alt the University : ,f

1 ribbons adding machine J1btUl'bo Mslsito-the tcetk-cbstterltig Malaria chill bygdyg of of Florid, who).spent,tha.,.week: 10 Lb. .. !) i
rid ei J12
f Get R. 25c114-oz'BottIe ldt
": paper the burning .. and :Mr Felix his CATSUP '
end parents.Mless
: with
-Rees on paper, second That's what ands Tute out ill Tonic Judge and Mrs.'B.: K. Perryman. C O.K. SOAP or .. ,
\ sale at thai! Bradford drive*! the Infection ,

,: Wt7 Telegraph"' 4otipeyPbone 4* : tf. docs*At destroy against Us same*further....,attach it builds,up:your Jacksonville Dr. Hill presiding, district elder and of the.be Stump Loll Evelyn Long;,and Lola Marjorie Adklns POWDER': 24-oz.:SWEET PICKLES ... -- ;15'wn .,

yUm Craved TuteUs. Chin Tonic.cont fail I preached h-.re Sunday morning and Mary Browntae, and Marguerite ....,. >
'OR' SALE. ; {tatele qolBine which kill the infection held the fourth'quarterly conference Prevail, students of Florida State New .u.1J
"Millions Gemini Crop PRUNES 3a :
i' Maryland ._ the blood. It also contains! |Iron Which I at the Methodist Church. College for WO 1om. Tallahassee, 5 for ,,(>#, lOc ,; j.f .;..:4e.
Mkiionary: Strawberry blood aDd helps It overcome"I week-end In 8tarkewltb
,ry builds ap tile will spend the ,
?. sic rer thousand at& effects of Malaria as well u fortify I IoIrI.I"I"JL has Mr. .' '
e"rryThurmond Farm. re-bifectian.These are th. effect E. Edwards, who their respective parents PLAIN OR SELF-RISING 6 LBS. 12 XJ3S.' :24 LBS.FRIO 'f ,,
Sfaiast Mrs. F. H.
GaUe4y been enjoying a visit In Jacksonville and Mrs. F. F Stump
ry.iu' 10-5-4tp you want for COMPLETE relief.Grove'srMt take with her sons-in-law and Long Judge and Mrs. ,A. Z, Ad- v
Is pleuut! to Tdo
.'ifALl. t OtftVXa&hi chlldmr.N Mr. and Mrs. Jack klna .fr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee :
AND VITER> .. datere' sad *bMilutl;; safewevep-for/ daughters FLOUR 27c 4k g9'JJ
P.rtiving at WlL't' Store. Turf .bitt r taU of.I .. Get a battle iBrlggs: and Mr and Mr. Leroy and->lr and Mrs. R R. Prevatt. j
AiP1. siralast Mklaite. tber'wInter .- -
mustard,. tad}sad be (orasrmfd LRoane. has arrived to spend -
c ,age. beets. hst! Now motor.vehicle travels .,.... %
. tot jab ttorcM octal here with Judge and Mrs. An leverage = a j jtu'fPte'v
"' oni.Q sets garden SOejaad 13.as Th> /...* ( /3ori-i at their home on 10.000 miles a :year accord- -" -
lbbl A. Z. Adklns.
. t1I:: :::1 l7e. We appreciate yeut214t time* ss much M SOc tW! and give Walnut Street. ing to an English: expert.
: .ail tt% paors for your money.

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&'' a ,"X :, ". i'i-'W" ,.... ;.
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rmgpMA++r A 4t9x'fia'r5nr"' 111 >h ''hhwnntdwfiR! le".eH'mn rw. 4n! +,+' vlt'r1N"t 4P i<< rdv+rtlYptgV gp+'"' rndre1Nres+ rtetMla+Aabvrr'rm'r rq ';, '. .,

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general sweep of populationfrom ORLANDO-The Dionne quin- -

city to the farm continues. I of Callender, Ontario, Can. that Florida's 1933 Announcement : -
Figures. Just published at Washington ada, will receive fresh Florida oranges auto
FARMERS SECTION Indicate that within the< 11 LIVE STATE NEWS to form the fruit juice of bile tags are now being distributed

i past two years a loss of population their diet during the coming sea- to the various county tax] cOllec.
s G ; from farm to city during the previous son. The Orlando Kiwanis Club tore to be placed on sale Decelllber

Conducted by Demonslratlou Agents ten years, from 1920 to 1930 News of Florida In Short Paragraphs! will make the shipments regularlyat I, was made last State?
r t will have been overcome with some intervals set by Dr, ,A. R. De- Motor: Vehicle Common. The

: I to spare. The report says that if I foe, physician attending the babies. tags are being shipped from, the
... the movement during the first Dine h The first shipment will leave Or. tag plant at Raiford where
_......... .
11II: au. -- -- -
-- -- months of this year continues until lando next week.PRISONER proximately half of
J I next January the population of the .a new tags being rnanufactufA
have been
farming areas will reach the peakit completed, the :
RURAL QUINCY-A pet thirteen-point said. Black
In 32,000-
1020 some
occupied on
UNDER CONTROL PLAN "ferry" with hourly, service be- buck deer, known to the residents Green a. ground of grapefruit yellow a back.

L COMMON SENSE 000.With tween this city and Tampa is being of Havana, near here for the past convict camp prisoner, failed In be the color scheme of the wm
Choice among four methods of general conditions as they] : contemplated by the National ten years, was found dead, a victim his attempt to cause himself to be tags. newt
y By RPUDS "JOHNSON I marketing their 1934 crop Is offer- have been this is no surprise. The Airlines. System, official said. of screw worm. It la the first transferred from a road camp to
ed who sign contracts to farmer has little he can hell. at a Farm at Raiford, -
growers known case, it was said in which the State Prison
t SOIL BUILDING CROPS cooperate In the peanut production profit over the cost of productIon. YOUTH IDENTIFIED the dread catle scourge had, attacked a the Supreme Court ruled the CROWDING AT HOSPITAL

COMMEND\ THEMSELVES adjustment program that has been But taught by the harsh lessons of LAKE CITY.,.-Sheriff Walter one of the animals. camp was a lawful part of the TAUAHASSEEPlns' for relieving -
TO FARMERS THIS YEAR, launched by the Agricultural Ad- the past tow years, he has more Davis reported last week the bodyof State's Prison System. i congested conditions at the
s. Justraent Administration.] It I Is than enough to eat and no lack of a youth identified as Cecil Dy- W. D. Bell of Arcadia, counsel State Hospital for the Insane at

,N Ns Soil building crops are of more planned to divert to oil or feed variety in the food that appears on al, 23, member of a CCC camp BAD DREAM the for Green, said he would appeal' Chattahoochee will be discussed k+ I his table. This Is true In QUINCY-Dreaming that here this week end
notably by
s M Importance to Florida farmer. this enough of the 1934 crop so that near here .was recovered from a the case to the United States members of
i f ( yeBr, perhaps, than usual. Always growers. can sell the remainder for the south) where green vegetables: river near the camp. family home was on fire, Lutus Court. Contending he was sentenced Gov. Dave Sholtz' cabinet and the
be the 'round; indeed Dyal, son of Judge and Mrs. E. M. Florida Emergency Relief
desirable, they are especially so cleaning and selling at satisfactory can grown year to a term at hard labor in Administration
where such things as collards Dyal Jumped from a second story .
this year when general farmers prices. IS OLDEST LEGISLATORST. the prison at Raiford, Green ob-
j beets and winter window Into the yard. He
have rented a good part of their cabbage tained a writ of habeas corpus on topic which confronts
Under the first plan, the grower thrive best when the weather AUGUSTINE-Senator W screen and all with him, and suf-
the State
t acreage to the United States De may sell his entire crop to a she peas A. McWilllama of this city Is the fered a sprained ankle. Becauseof the grounds his imprisonment In a cabinet as well as the
l rtr partment of Agriculture\ in the ler or an oil crusher, or he may sell turns, cold. oldest state legislator in FloridaIn the injury Dyal has since been State road camp in Taylor County relief agency III that of transient
\ adjustment program. The to There Is A greet bank of sweet in violation of his constitution: relief and disposition of the hobo
i a crop part to a crusher: and part a point of experience. Next year unable to with the Quincy was
Secretary of Agriculture permitsthe potatoes for the months ahead.Hol" pay and the law. problem. This likewise will be
shelter. By selling the entire crop Senator- McWilliams.will complete school football team, a fact rights
high discussed.
of for the im- -killing time is here, and the -
growing crops to shelters or crushers, grower twenty-six year 'of legislative that Is greatly regretted by his associates
provement of the soil on the acres can obtain full returns at the time salt barrel will soon be packed service either in die'' house or sen and admirers. The first permanent settlement

.'' whteh} are rented to him. The farmer of the sale. Under this plan, diversion with pork and beef. Corn over- ate. in Missouri was established at Ste. CV :
,W ;h can get the rental payment payments are made to oil flows Its bins, and there are sacksof Genevieve in 1735.! 4ERVE!

G tot his land and still grow legume manufacturers and passed on to beans and black-eyed peas too... CUTTER RESCUES MAN OYSTERS FOR NEEDY .

( inous crops on the land. growers in the form of increaaec Streams are stock with fish, and KEY WEST-The coast guard TALLAHASSEE-Workers on From the base of the foundationof

.r While officials of the Department prices. the poultry house' supplies eggs, as cutter Saukee removed seaman, the Florida Emergency Relief rolls the Statue of Liberty to the tqp
x' of Agriculture are endeavorIng that a well as a chicken dinner when such will be placed on a project soon to of the torch there are 403 steps.
The second plan provides minis- Murray Bell of Harlieville, S. C.? .
as the for the State'sneedy
i distinguished guests cultivate oysters
to bring about an adjustment
sell to twenty percent attack of ,
grower may up suffering an appendicitis
ter or Aunt Emma's folks are ex- one leaseat
of various persons.A year
In the total
production to oil crusher,
of his crop an From the American steamer W. F.
:?; farm crops, they are tar (rom trying obtaining a diversion agreementfrom pected. Milk depends not upon the Farris out of Wilmington, Del. a rental of $1 has been approvedby
payment of the dairy bill but on the State Conservation Com- I
of these
to secure lower yields which would
the crusher Bell In the Marine hos-
was placed
r the labor required to get It. Fuel mission by which 1800 acres of
S crops per acre. In fact, they are make the eligible for diversion I here.FACTORY.
4 S encouraging the Improvement of payments grower $13 per ton for and cooking fire are not doled out pital oyster bottom lands In East Bay,,

the land, that it "will" produce higher Spanish type peanuts, and $10 per by a meter, but are there for anyone PAYROLL STOLEN south of Milton, in Santa Rosa Why Children Needa
1 yields acre of money cropsin who Is,not too lazy to swingan County, will be turned over to the
per of
lit ton for runners. On this part TAMPA-Arango and Company,
axe. Relief Administration.
the future.Economical his crop, the grower would get wl& cigar manufacturers, reported to Liquid Laxative
,,I production per unit only the oil value of the peanutsand The pantry Is stocked the police recently the theft of $2,180 _

a -per acre, per cow, per man, and later would get the diversion vegetables and jellies mother and payroll from Its factory here during GEORGIA BEATS FLORIDA a
BO on-Is fundamental to success- payments direct from the Adjustment the girls put up last summer. the noon hour. The money I JACKSONVILLE: The Georgia

ful agriculture. This is painfully Administration. On the remaining Strings of red peppers and onions was In envelopes )eady for dl trl. Bulldogs throttled the dangerous The temporary relief children get
d true when prices of farm productsare 80 percent of his crop the and aun-drled okra grace their respective butlon to workers. Florida aerial attack and made from unwise dosing with harsh

low, but It is still true when grower could obtain full market pegs. Bud's rabbit snaresdo SINN ,. two of their own tosses count for cathartics may cause bowel strain
;a ; .t, prices are better. One way to se- value at the time of sale to a sheller their work effectively withoutthe touchdowns to bounce out a three- and even set-up irritation in the ITP TO Tear ears In won-
'+ cure more economical production or crusher.A shells that cost money. MANAGEMENT CHANGES game losing streak with a 14 to 0 kidneys. A properly prepared liquid neq nerve afc Ugh tendon
U S is to build more fertile soils which third provides that a True, the overalls are patchedat KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS -The victory over the Gators last Satur- laxative brings a more natural move- He i wonder yen ana> at the> wtfe
plan management of Keystone Inn for ment. There is no discomfort at the sad. bark at the cafldren.. .
will produce larger yields.There the knees and at other points day. Twenty-two thousand persons
grower may sell up to.twenty per merly operated by Mr. and Mrs. time and no weakness after. You Watch nil Overworkedeweres
are a number of excellent cent of his crop for feed, under which bear the brunt of hard us- L. A. Miller has been taken over the largest crowd ever to don't have to give the child "a double may: lead to 81eepleasaeae

soil building crops suitable for regulations to be Issued by the Agricultural age. The shoes have been resoled by Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Glenn pack a Florida stadium, saw theharddriving dose" a day or two later. Nervous Headache, Nam.ewIndicestkHi .
," '}, of Florida. Administration. oftener than was once custom- Georgians keep the and host *
growing In all sections Adjustment of Conneaut Lake Pa. Mr. andMrs. Can be e
(' :,1 Crops such as the legumes will On this part he would get ary, and Dad has to go light on Miller are now located in Gators out of dangerous territory children constipation? Year' say safely medical relievedin men. ether unpleasant disturbances.Way .
trap nitrogen from the air and feed value at time of sale tobacco. But these are minor is almost the entire game. "Yea I" mothers yon try Dr. IfDea
:? i\\ Tampashores, where Mr. Miller say many who have aTaoastiaai Newts Tablets
the fact *
I W( make it available in the soil They The fourth plan provides that I points when compared to In charge of an FERA project. -' followed this sensible medical advice: Joe en* In a _half glass eler
;: k will add humus and organic matter the grower may use up to twentyper that the family Is housed, fed and .' CAMP WORKER INJURED 1. Select a good liquid laxative. 2. nakee a pleasant spark-
when is sorely needed on most feed under warmed. None need be surprisedto Mit- Give the dose, find suited to the
Sr 1 cent of his crop for BLIND SEES AGAINST. GAINESVILLE: George you .._ drink delightfully: sootUnck
$Jf.. I;, soils. They will provide feed for the regulations to be Issued and receive see the tide continue to roll PETERSBURG. H. Coul- chell, transient camp worker was system.3. Gradually reduce the dose over-taxed Berne,
: t 4 \vi} livestock on the farm.. diversion payments later. He farmward, until the next boom ter wept openly as he greeted Injured last week when he was if repeated, until the bowels are mov-' Dr. Miles' .. new
sends,. the flow back again to the ins naturally without aid. fear.-IJgaid
:h: I;N' Crotalarla Is the premier summer could Bell the balance and obtain friends of long acquaintance and run over by a produce truck, sails .k* twe sad
t : legume soil builder for sandy lands full market value at time of sale., livelier cities. looked upon their faces for the driven by Everett Gainey, on the An approved liquid laxative (one _b'I...* Tablet. Both taw

,I v>, ;''' \\.fj,. It yield n tremendous tonnage of Adjustment contracts and forms For all who are dissatisfied and first time. He had been blind for LaCrosse road, about two. miles that is widely used for children) is the same soothing. effect.f '
Dr. Caldwell The LM at drag steret
{ '1 .tl''t green material, and adds considerable for diversion agreements between disappointed In cites to turn backto years. An operation at Baltimorethis south of the county line. Mitchell mild laxative action Syrup of this Pepsin.excellent yes .

I >\\II, .? t k' nitrogen to the soil. Other growers and crushers will be made the farm would be as foolhardy summer restored Coulter's was taken to the county hospital preparation Is the best form of help f ) I, M'' rR

,'W i rultable legumes are peanuts, cowpeas available through county agricul all was the great exodus from the sight. The 80-year.old member of where attendants said he was suffering (for children- and grown-ups too. }{'(! 'n't:
':t y j i soybeans, beggarweed, and tural agents and grower commit farms to the cities; nor should St. Petersburg's three-quarter cen- from a fractured left leg. The dose can be regulated for any /b2ll'f
:': \ I p$r velvet beans. tees. anybody be enticed to a farm in tury club arrived for his' annual Witnesses of the accident .said age or need. ( ) : r

,\.\' t k; In many sections of the State expectation of growing rich. But winter sojourn. He is a retired Mitchell was lying in the middle Your druggist sells Dr. Caldwell'i O N yt

M, ',,1_' the practice of "resting" the land HAMPTON anyone who Wants to do so badly Pennsylvania railroad employe. of the road. Syrup Pepsin.
This enough to work for It can always
( 4"It other Is prevalent.
; f. ;: ; every year Mien Ads Vlmmtu, COrreaPeadeat .
: southern farm.
make a living on a
: "rested"'land could well be planted -
!-1/1 I /' 1 to some legume such as Cro The Quarterly of the And what a living!-Tampa Times

i Yt Ii'I talarla. It should be profitable. Methodist Church convened here ..

\\A''W;., : ,,I'.;;;, Morocco leather. does not 'come last Mrs.Sunday.,Mattie: A; Ward, who has Airs. L. C.GRAHAM Smith Correspondent r

rl : :' from Morocco; it is Imported from been visiting In Gainesville with --

ff. ,ft: Spain and Belgium. her daughter Mrs. Bishop Sur- Mrs. C B. Roberts was a bus!- :::

4 ( .' rency, returned to her 'home here ness visitor in Starke Monday. ;;: ; ;: .
:: :ri+' *11 NOTICE) OF APPLICATION FOB this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight were a's'

"""' ": \: ''I b4' NOTICE 15 HxER: BYOIVEN.That' Mrs.J... W. Home and Mrs M. business .visitors here Monday id i
f 11" !I > AV.-P. Smith, holder of 1-15 of Tax L. Waterson, were shopping in :Mrs. Annie Ward spent several Ti I or

: +I 5sa t '( ,Certificate Autint A.No.D. JBB uh/leeued, .has Sth filed day said of Starke last Monday days of last week with her daughter -
,.!1 ';, ." certificate In my office and male Rev. Lyle will fill his regular appointment Mrs. Valley McKinney of:
I r : : application' for tax deed to Untiethoreoii here next Sunday morning Sampson City.Murphy I '

I'I' ';its:. ';A I "'1L.f Raid certificate In accordance embrnree with the law.following I.n I. and evening. Byrd of LaCrosse was a S -
Ii ,
.' i.iiIl! described property eltuated. Mrs F, H. Chesser and mother, I visitor here Monday t. : A VI AT ON
n .I ,,10\ Bradford< County Florida .o-wlt: Mrs. T. J. Durden, returned to and : .
The North Half I of Mouth-east' quar' I Dewey Murrhee Wesley Dy .
.; 1'I\ : 'ter of Hertlon, 14. Township; 1 Mouth.ILnE. : their home here this week, aftera al were business visitors to Starke
I tt Runt' ,, containing; SO acres visit with friends and relatives
more or leee. Tuesday.
1"I' '" 'I t<< Th. aeeeenment of said property in Jacksonville 'Leland Waters! of Brooker was a

.J, .1. In tinder the the name said of certificate H.nry Friedman issued was Rev. and Mrs. F. M.' Taylor were 'visitor here Wednesday.F. \it -OPPORTUNITIES:

1- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed transacting business' In' Gainesville M. Griffin was) a business visItor : .
e according to law, tax deed this week. ,J, J"" ,':.\>"
a will lieu thereon. on the lath day off to Starke Thursday. ''i.-r:." ...
: \ November A. D. J934.I Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and daughter W. T. McEver was a business : (. *"
.I i, ,Dated thle llth day of October A. Mrs. Milllgan, of Theressa, visitor,to Waldo Friday. ;; ::' 'I .' ,1 Florida stands in the forefront among the states of the Union in aviation
t 'i (SEAL 10.) A. X.THOMAa, were visiting Mr.Sullivan's, moth Clyde Strickland and John Ward '<;:::' i {5 :;:,',::" devdopm L With 143 airports and 33 emergency landing fields-more

l.. \i I 10....yt.11 Clerk Bradford.e. of Circuit County. Court-, FlorMa,"'' "sr Sunday., Mrs. Josephine Sullivan last were Frank visitors and to Ernie Waldo Thomas Friday.and, ?, ',r.,;' ;; ''ti .. :: than double the number: of a year ago-this state is equipped to meet the

: ',1.\, ...,/r::; needs of commercial and the increased
''c 1, -- -- -- Clarence Starling were visitors to. '',... ,,, ". aviation popularity of sport flying.
Waldo Wednesday. '., ; '
Mr. and Mrs| Charley Litchfield n f ,' Vast new trade territories have been opened in Latin America over the
; : and family of the Ziff section were \ : s; air routes, of one large aviation company.. Some idea of the ramifications -
10 night business. visitors here Saturday '' ": of the air system) radiating southward from Florida may be gained

'.*.'* from the fact that this
Mr, and Mrs. R M. Johnson and ";.', company operates over 30,982 miles of airways,

daughters, Ellen and Madge, of f tu. t"." serving. 31 countries and. colonies, using 127 airliners which touch at 160
the Ft. Harley'section were vsll- ..
'" '
'' '
tors here Saturday. It ". .1.,r';

Mr. and Mra.B./ B. Wyse. and ,<' ',,,6, Air traffic to the south from Florida increased 20 to 50 per cent last
of Jacksonville were vlsitng 1\'i ''I
family : winter. Air
increased 20 There air
express per cent. were some 6,000
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis Sunday '
; '
:c :. :, passengers per month during the winter season as compared with 5,000

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdln of JI,, ..,. ', the previous year.
Waldo were visiting Mr. and Mrs. drl' Fit'<*>>',

H. D.,Wasdln Sunday. 1\, >. ti; Air passenger traffic from Florida to the North showed 37 per cent
Norman Johns assistant principal {. :.: -I', ;',_. increase over the previous year' during the winter .-on.,''Departing-
school ,
of Hetlbronrt Springs ".,; ,,:" \ averaged S pel'' ant loaded l ** compared with 60 cent the before
with his -
pent the weekend parents per year
I ; : J": tl.e Mr. and Mrs. Ik D. Johns. :../-, .. ".,.r and arriving* planes were 84 per cent loaded as compared with 5of, per ant .

e "# ijeau ., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton, "" ;.., is 1933.a .,

of Winter Haven attended the funeral lq.

i ayl A poor quality face powder can make. look older than of Mrs. Melton's grandfather,' :. :: TT e flying time to New York and Chicago has been materially short.
you Mr. Berrlao Dyal Sunday. .... ;, >{. and. overnight schedules
i, you are... a fine quality can subtract five and ten years. from .', 'f\:, '.' principal are maintained.tied .,

,your age. Now you know the reason for Djer-Kiu popular Missouri was successively called .;";;.\>1" ,.< :\" Florida poaatelidaI flying weather the around.

.ley? You can choose finer .W for District of Louisiana the territory .'' '', ..1', year Opportunities
I 4? no / ,r face throat and ;'U:\\t; : for aviation development obvious
of are those
of r Louisiana and the. territory .,," ,t '' to who know Florida. But IO
'4, t 6 QC' shoulders It ranks first giv. IsnourL[ J "" a hundred million T Amerkans "onda is only a name. Florida's. advantages,
Ins a petal soft powder film A factory- at Stron e Maine i turns -r:';J., .. attractions and poesibilitiea must be consistently advertised. By uniting

so thin that its.I invisible' every aection and l faltere in the in nittooal
out approximately 00,000,000 toothpicks state, an Aa-FIorida of
; and it 'all 1 : "' TVe All Florida Committee. program
stays on day.
W tell
92 dally. '" adyertiamg, we can our story convincingly help Florida become
{r'a aoapartuaa.eraaaaalion ..-po&.
w greatest, most state in the
., prosperous Nation.
NOT1CH' CRKUITOHS TO DEBTORS AND far the proasobo ...

,,> el Florida's welfan. ,
Kotloe le hereby arlven to all credorn '
( of the Estate of O. r.e W. a whole. Study tttcae weekly
Hln.on I deeeaeed to preeent, yourclaim
'1 to County Judas for appro- aanoaaccaMala. carefully soAat
val, within elarht months from the .
FACE POWDERNow first publication hereof or same you auy knew Florida
hall be barred ae provided by law; 'I'',D'A
\ sad t"lie" better- fined a
you are also notified to pay all j > ,4
you may obtain a'a> adorable money owing to the Estate: to tb.und..n.d. ee pefaH n'' ils .
pvoapcnr/ ......
+ ..
4 V..ttn of genuine D .. .At .,
| r Dat.d October 1*. 134.EHTKLkA COMMtTT ff: -
ar Kin Perfume for. only" JJc. : 0. HIX: .ON. .
e Adminlnralrlg.l1 ,
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CHURCH DIIREOTORYFirst !: ----- ._- .-- -. '" -- --- .-. ...--.-.... -- .. -_ -.- -- __ -_ ". .u. }
,TIRKE ;; .a swr .t.wn RISING TRAIN SChIEDULEw:: a h '
BupttoT Church BEHIND L I. '

Rev. & B. Price Pastor ili I IL The > Mrs If. M. Mclla, Correspondent No. 1.-Due Southbound Starke 10:57 P. M. ,t'1 1 i

sunday School10:00 Worshlp--I1:00: :a. m.a. m. the { Story oft l:: i, Bible i Told in Pictures The all day service at Pine Level No. 11-.Duo Starke 11:12: A. M. .

t Dforntng! The church last Sunday with dinner on No. 107 .Due Startle 9.42: A. M. jj } i

S, Y. P. U., -6:18: p. m.E'enJ1g elute In.l.leof N --. Mo. -_. -- .-.-- the ground was well attended and I Northbound d i l

\ Wcrshlp-7.30: p. m. CapltnlNews. I I enjrycJ by every one. No. 2-.Due Starke 6:08 A. M.
: J- 'E
lid.week Prayer Servlce-7:30: E ''r.::_ z.. I I Mr end Mrs H H Lewis have: I No. 12--Du: Btn.rka. 4.50P.M.: '

It y OSCAR! ;Onflov : recently moved Into their new No. 108-Dua StarUe 5:06 P. M. 1'' i '

' P YW are !invited to all our servIces .nil KENT WATSON S 4'-. house and several of their many : Starke And Wannee Branch

'\! friends gathered there Thursday No. 101-Leave* Starke 7.0O: AM. '

, -Church i! night for a prayer service and No. 02-Arrives Starke 1:50 P.!.t. : i t
Methodist TALLAHASSEmGov.: SSSSBESteSak (
Sholtz house those
Pastor. ; warming. Among present --- '--'-
B. M. Montgomery, U no less human than -rfS rtK
Rev. School-10 a,.m.. citizen when any average ;.;.;;. .r were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knight ix ruin'IT rot'nr.SW hR ".rOtU8 1
Sunday It comes to unfair '"' and Mr.
Archabald Thomas: cf ('ov4'ryrLonll.A.ISCIl.tnt'EIIY.: ,
U a, m. 4y
Morning: Worship criticism. He feels that Florida Is .yeti: :. w d a w p ,, Starke. rllirthK Thomas, also known nil Lu.
League-6:45: p. m. getting a "bad bertha human, and C. C. Thomas ,37 'S
Epworth break" from a large Miss Carrie Alvarea of Pine Level her
Evening! worshlp-1:30: p. m.,, section of the national huatmmt.Plaintiff, ti '
press as a I spent Sunday with her grand )t tvs.
Invited to all these servo Case No. SIT '
are result of the
you recent Jackson County mother Mrs. Evelyn Crosby. J O. Rhodon, also known aa Ureely:./
Ice8 lynching. Among other things, J. L. Underhill of Plant City Rhoden ot MlNOTICH a
the critics are freely that the week-end here with relatives. Of IMRT1TIOV *ALHNntluo 3 i
Presbyterian Church saying spent In hereby irlven' that undftr '
H. Lowry. Minister the negro attacker and slayer and In Emrtttmnro of thnt decree of ;i
Rev. George Claude Neal was arrested, Misses and Vesta McRae Mute entered by Hon A. Z. Adklnn,
10:00: a. m.-Sabbath School. merely Audrey Judge' in the above entitled caunn, i01 C
A. M.Morning Worship; on suspicion. The facts are: It end Floyd Edwards atended a Hallowe'en the undersigned Commissioners will t
11:00: known sell at pilbllo. outcry to the hlgh.nt..
was that
Claude at the home ot Miss
by the pastor. Neal sent party and. bent bidder, for cash, at the t'
m.Junior Christian En- for the farm girl victim ostensibly Leoln Norman In Woodlawn section south door of the county courthouse
6:30: p. to take care of the pigs In the cor- Wednesday night. at Htarke Bradford County Florid. 1during
I the legal houm ot sale oil
deavClr. m.-Evening Worship. ner cf the farm lot. Shortly after- 9t Friends of Mrs. W. T. Crosby MonilHy, Ueremher Sri A. O. 1514,
1:30: p. wards the father found the body of will be glad to know she la able tho following' premium. tn-wltl NB>,1of 'I, '
$ WV of Heo. (1. "I
'his daughter Footprints from the s to be brought home today from a S H 1totnIi: AUo, tuts I and 'l'OfJllo"k : y

!so! '*' of the rape and murder lead hospital In Jacksonville where she 1 14 and Uoln 1. 1'81' 4, H, B, r i
I in. II. It, II, and 14 of 11 of i r Q
to Neal's home. Officers found a tit e/ underwent an operation.R. TomploN:; AtlillUun I to the Town: iCHtark ,

gEn.12.N 1 piece of "U" shaped cloth torn it i4 K 'Ik' C. Keene of Gum Branch Florida. .according' to the ,,
pint thereof roroirtcrl. t In the
l Here from a shirt at the scene of the |spent Sunday here with friends rouorda of Bradford County Florida, y

II crime, Indicating a struggle. This I Elder and Mr. W. E. Hall of together with the tenements, hcildltamenta 1
I and
appurtenances tm
And HereafterStill Green Cove dinner
fitted perfectly into a tom shirt I Springs were longing or unywlxo appertaining, to
'1 found at the negro's home and r guests of Mr. and Mrs, H. M. Mo- each and every Haiti parcels' ot land. l
I' \v. W. IinlndenA. 4 'Jw
which his women-folk had Rue Saturday. '
hastily J. arlfflnU t
on the Atlantic-six days tMo. Mrs M. L. Lewis and children Cr
attempted to wash with a view of A. Knight, Fr 91
cut from Norfolk. Yesterday the removing blood stains returned home from Plant City Cumndssloners: ;
lI.a.ot. no
BOA was rough. Today there Is a It ia believed that every effort Sunday where she was called to .-_.. .. -
beautiful calm. How Jike the oceanof will be made to ascertain the the bedside of her mother Mr. I
life! Some days the storms .. Views fifth and 'last book of the the book
names of the mob leaders and to the Promised Land.-Deuteronomy. the Pentateuch or Campbell who Is suffering from a

break In their fury and then the seek grand Jury indictments. Few of Moses, contains a body of law given In the fortieth year of the Israelites' wandering and consist mainlyof stroke of paralysis.

next day the cloud clears; the sun believe, however that three addresses given by Moses In that year which was the last year of his own life. Following these e .'
shines and we forget the storm. a addresses an account of the delivery of the Law to the Levites Is given a Song: of Moses fa recited in the
will be either in American lumber has been used
possible Jacksonor
ears of the people the final benediction of the twelve tribes! Is given and the closing scenes In the life of

no services aboard : any other county In the event of Moses are recorded. The picture, engraved In 1025 by Matthew Merlan, depicts Moses overlooking: the in nearly all the fifty wooden ra.
There were
October 7). The I change of Venue.' The long drawn land of Canaan from Mount Nebo. And the Lord said unto him, "This Is the land which I swear unto duo towers erected in Europe._. .
Sunday ( )
the ship
out delays in Alabama growingout Abraham unto Isaac and unto Jacob saying:', I will give It unto thy seeds I have caused thee to see 1 It
too and most of the BLUE BUS SCHEDULES!
sea was rough of the famous Scottaboro case, with thine eyes, but thou shalt not go over thither." So Moses the servant of the Lord died there in
passengers were sick. On deck coupled with the atroclousnens of Dally effective Sept. 1. 1034.
; the land of Moab according: to the word of the Lord.-Deut. 3'17..
Sunday evening our little group of Neal's crime, was believed to have --- I Northbound'-1:18: a. m., 1:59: p.

six sang many of the old hymns had a strong influence in favor of I m., S.24: p. m., 9:19: p. m.
No in the know denies this Senate to be .
one are expected present.Every ItROOKEK
at the Bob Jones .
which we sang summary punishment. The thoughtwas influence. I Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:34: a. i7tl) :

College Nothing. can soothe the said to be well-meaning "law ember Mia, Vera Gulney, Correspondent m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00 p. m. JrJ
heart so- much as the good old and order" organizations would present of the -- Ticket and Information atSmith' a\I\ y

hymns "Rock of Ages," "How step in and bring about long delays Byron McO. West's resignationas Supreme Court has served at least Basketball Game Service Station, next to
In the Internal
Firm a Foundation "Jesus, Lover In bringing the confessed "book-keeper" one term as Chief Justice. Until The opening basketball game ot courthouse

of My Soul" 'There1 a Wide- Revenue Department brought 1023( the presiding Justice was selected the season was played at LaCrosse
slayer! to an expiation of his misdeed
home to his friends for the first
ness in God's Mercy like the Wideness by lot. AS then prescribed last Friday afternoon by both the
time a quality that they did not I by the Constitution ., To be IF YOUR
of the Sea. One of our boys and girls teams. The game lbi( Sclecto rise
John H. Carter, of Marianna; know he possessed and that was plain about It, the justices actually j
group suggested that we sing "Je was characterized by good! playing i:. ,
sus Savior, Pilot Me.". Someone father of State's Attorney Carterof I his capacity to keep an involvedset gambled for' the high honor on both sides considering'It was never told or let* than M II I

I the Marianna and Jackson of accounting records. Byron The gambling feature was elimln- BREATH HASA I
raised the tune and memoriescame : an early season game Miss Hazel lOc. Yo now can buy n'
crowding Into my mind. I County circuit writing in last will now be in charge of Dr. Fens: at by virtue of an amendment to Thomas" and Miss Mary Lynn ,! ,

When I was seventeen years old week's Marianna Floridan, mayor A. Hathaway's' headquarters officeat the constitution la 4026 For a refereed the girls game and Mr the so size and qualitylong "

In a little simple country home not express the mob inspiration.He Jacksonville In the administration long time they drew straws Later Harmon Morgan and l the LaCrosseschool SMELL YOUCAN'T fog think, l tfi .l

my father called me to his dyingbed. said!! "In the South, In Reconstruction of the National Housing cam they adopted the "turning the coach refereed for the boys. .t

days, lynching was resorted paign in Florida. pages" plan of designation. For Havana and im orted to. '
"My son, I am going home" At the end of the flnt half ot ,
he said. "I want you to promiseto to as a swift punishment The possibilities for the production example: If one judge turned to the girl's game the score was 8 FEEL WELL\ bacco e"s-fur only Sc o'at j jon

meet me In heaven." He beganto for crime and is with us today. of wine cordials and rum In page 201, the second to 103. the to 6 in favor of Brooker. but LaCrosse ; =
sing "Jesus Savior pilot me But It Is now confined to practical. Florida are looked upon with great. third to. 23S, the fourth to 247 the gained steadily winning by Whoa west too much our food decay a FLOR de EtA { ; ''

one offense, and only one est Importance by Commissionerof the turn- our bowel Our friend emeU UU
ly pun. fifth to 109, etc, judge
He of 14 to 12.
life's score
over tempestuous sea. them
,1_, enentn out of our mouth and sell, .II t get
ishment, death. As hard as we try Agriculture Mayo. lIe sees In Ing to 109 would be the winner. your
sang until .reached those words, The Brooker boy took the lead bad breath. Wa fool the Bolaan of thli
it out it remains with us. it ultimate fixed market for side deeap aU ever ear body I* .ake Mjlniojy
to an
wipe The highest digit on right nay eve ught.
In and
and the a
"When at last I near the shore early game won by rauahy' and ao rood. for anything. ,;
It Is to remain, undoubtedly ALL fruit produced In the state, number became Chief
going of the
'twlxt page of 14 to 12. .
the fearful breakers roar a score .* the food deoa*la the t
la made "culls" which are dropsor wwbbso. our bill LL.wlsClosrMfg.C.,Mature 'I
Including .
and the peaceful lest." Then until government Justice. Gcod sportsmanship wan shown wo oat too ntuea, d
me ,
and' pJbllcsentiment'' Is fruit with slight discolorations iultie, nil"t dleeot Ik. What .la the bile Juleet N.wesaNj., c i4, '
with the song trembling upon his stronger: on both sides and the game was U I. U'. a ot vital dl__... Jules la ouibody.
lips he closed his eyes and went educated up to demand legal pun- or Imperfections In appearance. Of Senator Futch sees the necessityfor enjoyed by all spectators.A UaJeea I .Mo of It are ow//.. tram "
It is is made from sugarcane our tlwr Into oar bowele every dev, euimoeetneute clot de
ishment for all crimes. course rum
Home. a revision f>t the State's law return game will be played at rH hard and naotlpated and ,
.. one thing to say "let the law take It is said this can be pro enforcement machinery. One feature Brooker Nov. 16.nirthdny. .% of our food dim wadi) onr II r..ones
e its course" and another for men to duced in Clewlston for about thirty ........1.. this oeioy ...Lon all
to be the
Is certain -
of this
uaw body avary its ---
"I Christian.
am a stand emotionless In the presence cents per gallon The import creation of a state patrol systemIn PartyMr. Whoa our frlenda amell our lad broatb
I don't get excited very easily. of a crime that staggers humanity. duty on blcardl from Cuba is many form another. (but wo doa'H and wo feel I Ilk. a whippedkemel MEL8AOAINUHVllXB
one or and Mrs. G. B. Colsen entertained
A famous physician said that as But times the cost of which Is regarded doa't nee a aiouthweeh or take .
Lynch law l la deplorable. __ .._ .
Saturday night In honor of lot at Take Caet.VsUIW
he walked away from the bedsideof civil institutions must be strength- aa an equivalent In Florida. I: liver Pllla which aontly "dart the "Aah'r'
a friend of mine who had just Florida's governors since 1885, the birthday anniversary of their Bow offeur" bile lalee. But If ""BDmeUila
died. "But I don't see how a doctor ened greatly before they will sup when the present constitution was son, Resale, and of Miss Mildred I better" i* offered Fun, don't buy it, fnfIt :JIl6 CIGARSgblram. r
plant the lynching evil. Lynch Florida's farm mortgage problem Mr V. eLeeseu oatooaol (aeareury) Wll. wMek
could be a skeptic I have seen framed and adopted, have had Morgan. 1 -... erlpes. and scalds ,... rsWwIs 1 '
law l is a challenge to the weakness involves about 12,000.000. The than the Governors of After playing bunco and other any 0.e Dl.. Asb ,.. G.rtsr'. 11pNYfo5 8r
too I have more power\ CNDY 41t'p
die. .
many people prac- CO.Ottlnesvllle \
of legal proceedure. If the Scotts- appointed Farm Debt Adjustment wW twe
ticed medicine\ for twenty years. exampleof of Florida .Any other state. An authority on games .refreshment were served ;Ole e4,0.YC.W Flo., Distributor > t$ ,J
boro, Ala., case a living Commission state constitutions is responsiblefor Those enjoying this occasion --_..
Is about a Chris
something "the law take its course" the will endeavor to effect setlements. ,
tian's death that don't findIn the observation. Reason assigned with the honorees were: Misses

the death of a you sinner. That outlook for suppression of"lynch The state organization comprisingsome Is l that, the constitution- Louise Webb, Grace Hazen, MadelIne ).

something must be Jsus." The ing any time soon is dismal. thirty members representingevery making delegates wanted to makeit Hazen, Lena Belle Shepard,

doctor wiped away a tear, and Oscar DePrlest. negro Chicago class of creditor and re-Inforced debtor possible for Democratic Governorsto Connie McGauley, and Purvla Ha- ,for Expert Repairing
congressman, advised Attorney groups Involved, will O. J' Lourie Mott J. B.
went down the hall.'WHtRE rid local offices of Republican zen, Mott ,
wire that he units of five
General Landis by with similar county
holder. The state was democraticbut Russ :
to demand a federal investigation members each. t; s
was going Republicans were able to hold -

DePriest's wire was The unvarnished fact Is "that control of certain local offices. The Personal Smith's

A PENNY one among hundreds which came most creditors we. willing to go Governor, therefore, was given H. P. Galney and son Everette,, Garage
to the Capitol. No doubt he wanted on Interest charges, but are officersat i
JAN SAVE A easy power to remove county were transacting buslnes In
POUND a reply to be used as campaign I not quite so willing to surrender will "until the next Senate"which Starke Monday.Rev. .
WILL F1NO thunder against. negro Democrathe claims to any degree. In be Demo Phone 120 ;
-8a.+. I principal would of course, O. E. McCauley held x
.srnej 6 general
in the Nov. debt la be-
opposed cases the'farm .
pn J7 I many cratic. church services at the' Baptist

nawi as election.We ,yond the sale of loan value of the Another and more powerful wea Church here Sunday. Wrecker Service Day or Night "
''i I farm and adjustments must be .
pon to assure Democratic Government Mr. and Mrs. Carol Atkinson

now know what constitutesour made fair to debtor and creditor aa against carpet-bagger and children were transacting business

It Is not alike before the multitude of growers the Chief Executive. in Starke Monday.Mr. .. .-- -.. ...., -- .. .- .
vested In
state penitentiary. Involved are again to be was .. -- .. .. .. a
only the metes and bounds of the now Under the constitution the Governor and Mrs. Doc Water. and -- -

18,000 acre tract In Union and on their feet. Members attending Is required to countersign ev- children of the China Tung Oil

It I Is False' Bradford Counties known as the the Tallahasse meeting seemed fully of- ery warrant drawn upon the state Farm were visiting\ their daughter, HOTEL LEAMINGTON F

trilling difference economy to lave the State Prison. That Is only one of to appreciate the Importance treasury. For a' time this wa the Mrs. Zulena Harrell Sunday.

between:: dependable In premium stock\in the: component parts of the penitentiary the problem at hand and The Its effect custom. This, however, has long Mr, *. Irene Thigpen and! daughter "Mlaml'8 Most Popular '

urance and cheap, unsafe system. Though all prisoners upon general business. !guess will been abandoned because of the I Muriel end Mrs. Alice Oliverof Hotel"W
types of Insurance. must go first to Raiford for Is this is one commlsnlon\ that ; ever-increasing thousands of warrants Palatka were visiting the lat W 4

examination and classification accept It responlbility, work faithfully for thousands of salaries and ter' daughter and son-in-law :..II',

Complete'Prorecrlae&.arcy.! Is essentiaL ,Sound with each of the now thirty convict road and hard to adjust the farm the multitudinous expense items Incurred and Mr. B. F. Hazen recently., NE lot Street at Biscayne Boulevard

stock!: /fire Insurance la quality camps is also a component part of debt situation In Florida. In the immense business of Mr. Sanford Ritch of Raiford Overlooking; Bay front Park & Blacayne Bay

protection, incxpcnilve andHAROLD the penitentiary. There is no legal state government- pent last week-end here a* guest 4,

-aafe. We Cur Iah It. limit to the number of such camps One of the Federal Farm Credit The power of'the governor nevertheless of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Opposite Union Bus Station' :3 '

which may be established. Approx- Administration r e presentatlves continues and can be invoked Brown.

C. WALL imately half of the convicts sen- 1 present Injected a bit of humor Into at any time he decides to Aubry and Purvis Hazen spent a .

tenced on felony charges-for one I the Farm Debt conference whenhe use it. By refusing to countersign few days of last week In South

I N S U RAN (J C year or moreare assigned to 1 said that he hoped those present warrants he could stop the pay of Florida. Lowest. Rates Ever Quoted-

STARKE FLORIDA road camps. The Road Depart didn't feel about federal agentsas the supreme court justices indef Mrs. A. E. McKinney and son,

ment pays the cost of maintenance I the people of one Georgia county initely. He could almost bring to Everette and Mrs. I. O. Hazen,

guard service etc., which I expressed themselves on the occasion a complete stop the entire administration were transacting: business In Single Room with Bath ....,.___.._______.__.:'$1.60

WATCH TtllKIIMEYS now run $1.01 per day per pris I of a recent visit. He said of justice or any depart Gainesville Saturday Double Room With Bath ___.___?__ -,?.. 2.00 iM
oner-about, 11.300 per day including he was advised by county leaders mental activity. The Governor I Ia Miss Madeline Hazen, a memberof

Sundays and holidays, or that they already had exactly seven not bound under the constitutionto the Lawtey school faculty, ALFRED SIMONS, Manager.1

!- close to half a million a year. The more federal agents in the abide by any primary electionIn pent. last week-end at her home ..- ...-.---- -""- -'

B road department of course buys county than there were boll-weeU. the selection.ot circuit Judge here.Paul
San They Properly); all the material and equipment Effect of the automobile on the Stuart wn transacting

leajuw th. BloodkUMjrt. necessary.The farm structure of the nation is the constitution business' In Winter! Haven Thurs Unique Vicks Formula Is
that 40.000.000seres In some day.
Court made one seen In the fact
YOtnt are eoaaUatl, U Supreme Green of farm land once devoted to of 1885 was even more a E. A. Gainey spent part of last
.* lnPvltiM from the blood thing certain In the Foy succeeding Now Millions In
atom Blit U4M7cet fnaeUoD.. which brought the decision the raising of horses or horse feeds source of power for the week in DeLand and other placesIQ Aiding
case Thl. of course, was
farm Governors. South Florida,
to other
disturbed-tag la thlr work That I Ia that responsibility had to be turned
to about. with the advent fathered and adopted In the early Mr. and Mrs. H. P dainty Mrs.
remove the Colds Y
poisonous! body for the State Prison and prisoners crop production Preventing Many
s.Th.a rest first with the State Com- of the low priced automobile.The reconstruction dpy.. We were to H. Galney. Jo Douglas and T. C.

.; you may suffer uatqII under the point was made that farm have carpet-bagging Republican Hazen attended church service .9'
attacU of 'IDIa. missioner of Agriculture r Governors and negro office hqid- at the home of Mr and Mr*. Wiley Vicks
For the Board land values In the country were Va-tro-nol, the unique aid in Va-tro-nol to powerful: yet at.). '1
Ul'nlrac. 1lCaat7 .r too fregwatnttfag constitution. years lower than the price ers All county officers and judge Thomas of Lacrosse Thursday preventing colds Is now helping mil lute)I", safe-for both children and r
IIrlaatJora. of State Institutions has shared frequently the lion of adults and children to enjoy adult it has l r
up lands sold In the wen appointed directly by Don't forget to come to the ellnk-aHy tested ,
awoken feet tad aakla. rhenmltto responsibility., paid for the first the greater freedom from colds by phJ'lltctans-.od proved in every '
the I Executive who had by and oyster at the ;;
Chief chicken
>pains> values uniformly Va-lro-nol U
: test Man won ovt" country. Land are espevlajly designed day horn DM by million :
Don't delay! For tile l held to be lower than In 1910 way. the added right to consolidate Brooker school building Friday, for nose and throat, where, moat (Note The remarkable*** of '
of : ,
let quicker you Judge Hal 'w. Adams Mayo office as he might see colds start Va-tro-nol should be used Vicfct Drops-for nee and throat r
rid or tJa_ cent less to such Nov. 9 at 8;00 p. m.
yo huL'rf potions. tb. better who presides over the largest ju- when It cost sixty per For he could appoint at that first sneera or naaal Irrlta- ham broucht score of imitation. ';J'
acw of aood bMJUI. in the state think live than it costs today. fit. tinn-jiut a few drops up each noa- Th trademark: Va-tro-nol Is you*
"**', "".. DocttI', uo for dicial circuit one man to hold down the People of Syria consumed more till IU timely i uo* Ibrrow prevent protection' In getting this exclusive) ,
the .wmai. -*,*. 0&1:,.. They toad to Dto- that the time ha arrived when FlorIda but all job of tax collector tax assessor than 91,000,000 worth of medicine many cold*-and to oil cold Vicks formal*!. Alway aak for VieJk ."j
normal should create a State Prison Not alone legislators In the early tag-en Va-tro-wol. Now in two (
In fact generous
tuetloalnc of the sheriff. He could. go last .,
for and year.An i
mys: should to deal with pardons who are Interested In the race Where uritatloa has led to a slae*-JOe and Me) *
the irritaUe IMI. them puB 011 Commission of the 1935 House of Representatives a* far as he liked l In that direction. clorted-up noaw (a stuffy head cold Va-tro-nol and Ito companion ;1,
eeolDmeadect. pol8lO8Ul. 00.,,', uo and paroles sought-to recommend speaker forwardto Now the Governor has only the area off Pigeon Point Calif, or naaal catarrh)-Va-Uo-nol penetrates product Vtck VapoMub the< > modem .

over. y users the -.at" i finding to the State Pardon Board are looking to officer until the two mile wide-and seven mUe.lonl' deep Into the nestp..ssge.-l external ir..(_f r for oolds) '.. \\,
o.t UI.. from ?,..4IOII ___ for final action. He thinks that the Fensacola meeting next power remove ha been' set aside to be used reduce swollen membranes-clear: form the buts of Make I 1 1tot "?j !
which or may
most next senate Control of Oolda fully '
when mucus-brings com- Better ,
Monday eael"\
this would adjourn-politic in con. Sunday and a* practice ale 4 for submarine._I fwaa7 cielgeng
.S PJLLS I siderfttlon of pardon' applications. of the member of both HOUM gnu not uphold hi 1.t removal a plained la cacb Ticks pdt avl .. -"""l;,

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Bradford Cpynty TelegraphEstablished BOY :'
r ( UE
I Beginning .with Issue tho Maybe. ,You've
1877 .Telegraph? enters upon Its fifty* .

,seventh year bf'contlnuotil'publi-
-- '''' Heard It ButpUIlPb
-- .
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t Published- Weekly on Fridays ,and Entered as Second ClaM I $catlonv strange! In P this rhap day it to seems brag a about little .. un riPENSIONS,

t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida one's age but there la a distinct
feeling: of satisfaction in being : !: :

r E. L. Matthews ___-_ .-',__. ..:_....________Editor and Owner numbered among:the Mven or eight (The followingdrama; ( is not to OITCN CAotnoon ) "RR Irt8UI.Dn.ca

: ___. ._ _" F ::._ oldest newspapers in Florida especlaJIy -* t be> construed as an'expression that \ THAT ''T
'" SUBSCRIPTION RATE when on.'a age places one! this. column.la' opposed to the 'N11T.1bTRIKt, \ : BY '
t f In the company.of such husky patriarchs Townsend plan Of old age pensions.
,,4 i ? Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable (In Advance as the Florida; ,Times-Un Neither Is this warning to be construed 'mwcto CURRtWt, NaMKtWRt
i ion, The Ocala Banner and the ', t: \' tAlttitlctoasr
Advertising Rates on Application as 'an' -xprftslon that this -
;5y n .. Marianna T Dea-Courlerto'. ; : name column Is In favor of the Townsend t' ,IN. .1'1\1\ i1TWCTUat e1fi
but a few. And ''so'it'' Is without plan of old age pensions. In fact /'

i Turn out for Homecoming1.. regrets, and with a sUent wish that If' the truth be. known, we don't

; ; t; 'I(p the\ future holdlw nothing; worseIn like people who go around construing -

'store than the pant ha done, things'' all the time,
anyway ,
The Red Cross Roll\ a1J](,opens' next week. that we say, "Fetch. another I..can. ) .

die, boy; Coat of characters: P ,'.Thistle
0, .. _..._ ''
II: j v e down and Ma Tbl Uedown,':
N, Back to normalcy; -Aith\ has again donned his brown [t.' TALK IT,, UP 'Act'I >

t derby.. < .. 't,, {fIt there b anything to the old The 'scene open..with Pa Thistledown -
> : saying: that nothing: la worth having reclining on a ,luxurious
'" .... ,0- unless it is worth working: for,, couch: by aa' open fire;. he has just

Two can live cheaper...than one, !if they move {fn with the I If. Is high, time,that each and eveeryperson tossed>aside .the latest copy .of"Town

old folks. '.*,, 9r In Bradford ,County and Country,," Ma Thistle
took, it as his especial' Job to see down is idly feeding nightingale ,
;, 0ja that, there'is a.hardsurfaced, road tongues to an':Angora cat., VVVtiIAT? ND

ja 'Time will tell: and most'women are afraid that it will tell from Starke'to the State"PrI8 DP'.arm..and Pa--Well, :Ma,"' this, month's IYWIISt / THI ROMANS wmTHI

'..>./>, '. :. the sooner'the<< better. check for 1200. cjune) In on the afternoon ZNtS WEEK vtaZY\
:their age. 'tit; ..1./ .. One or two men with enthusiasm maiLi.*..' "f *. To ,'MAM 'AND ttwIMCKtY
'. L ".0 _. '' and 'some. Influence. might'put'' Ma--Oh dear. 'Whatever ("will ''ti ,
the deal in time but the Roosevelt to"me t- I:tried SO ', 'AouttafTen'MOV\ \
The successful man has a bust made of himself; the fail through say 1. '
sooner everybody; gets behind it hard, but I atilKhave'seventy-six y ; ) '
r' t \ G',PICTURES\ : .
bust. :
4 makes his .
usually own "
$ ure and pushes ''"talks it up as the cents ,left over:,from October S '
.1 .. ) < ''nt! ti110GktSS1N6'''''
10 cheer leaders say at a football Pa -Co8hr; .M&'r This' Is serious.. r
game, the sooner It will be built Roosevelt'U be cracking down :on : / I bRb3NGS\ sitU CARUtOIt
I One trouble with football. ia that too many ,spectatorswant I Tluie and'tlm. again the roadbed you first thing you know. Tint" VRD1111. Of 1NtIR.Od1401N63 .

to get into the gainer. : has been'graded and put into Ma\ --Land: sakes alive! I'd be \ \ : "Ut" fJUCH .IMNHUTHM ,

__ condition for surfacing only to be ashamed to walk ,down the''street ONE) WMIHQW5ULO\ \ kt411D4\\ 'f(

> ?, 'T allowed to go. to the bad again. If I got cracked: down'on. 0Y )\) Ef tl:
'I A fire certainly I -feels)'good tool'nornlngS-if) : you I Somewhere along the line that ex. Pa-You know we promised j to f ''t\W4\) IN18tiM17tri1LYGtt1wa \

has been lacking to put get, rid of each check \ Ttlt'tWi''\ totl 0' -
i ;8 an find..someone. else I to build it tra punch before the ( -
the project over; Perhaps la because next $200 Came In. What, have (? i& TItIN'S
\. i o- ,
.v .
each of us has been'contentto you been doing; Just sitting aroundall -

.,I A whirlwind f campaign ,is: often successful' because i it t; say 41Why doesn't someone'do day not spending money T I r -

:..'LVveV'the voter less"time' t<5,,think-:.":'. 'l'f> '1" .' something" r about the State Farm bet you haven't even seen the- new
road? down at the Plaza;
: ; : For the past several years the Ma"Yes'I'have' 'too,"I rsaw it '

,u 'If you made a;mistake yesterday t and today, you 'should I State Road Department has pleaded three .times, but the third times Tabulations Showing Returns of Each Precinct

v .' lack .of funds, and there is no they wouldn't1charge me darn, It. Il Economic rbb1|
less mtatakeq'Xpmorro
make, two,. .. ;:. doubt In} anyone' 'mind that its They said .verythird one was on ;

,...... .. ._..... ::.0 coffers have been depleted. How the, housea'ttl.lt
'Tile: price of/tires 'might jump, but the second-hand 'automobile ever It is "devoutly to;'be 'wished" Pity!f It wasn't' 'for my' rheumatism I :. 'r' i h Y
that this condition will' ot\len\ ur.forever [ Fd'get :o4tahd plant the I H., ......._ That At,..., tk. 'Ola_ 1 -
owner will keep his old tires and pump. and we want, our1 State north quarter''to'strawberries., P.I",. utvMcwl :k.ek> ._,. Taa

I t 0 afro Faim road to be fresh,, In the-de- could lose ii llttl: money that way.: I .Plus...... .aad( Kinr'.....a".a'Ia4llTl.Pre.mil.na-'...
n ( q t ? y partment's mind in case It'ever Or if Jeke Slmpltlna '1._......... r_,L.al. 'Welfare zm
;'In'JEngland'people1: go'to': jail for debt. Ih\ 'tin Unlted gets a,little. money ahead again.!' me"pay'baekl i that would tea dollars;just let I YlgsL: _.,;,=...,. --..._ .,_ _... l r47122 az zi 6
u States they'keep right on going to the movies. dapfff111 1Itt It has been Intimated'thatithere borrowed ff'mD.htm Today, In the word of the United NO 7 37 20 0 4 1 78I 74

'. 1 ,'". fr ". ''t0 -': Is a possibility the FERA can fur American 'during 'the States News, ,"the. biggest .bus YAa : y .. e... t 363 S 69 2t 33 73670
: < ".l' ; '." nlsh labor if the Road Department Spanish : -War; It. would inme-in America. \ is the administration N0 ,__- _--------::....::. lb 82 30 : 8 1 o 92
help.*-little, but he
Just because'a baldheaded man,hasn't anything r//on Jif isP' can put up the money for this pro- a' bard time 'say. he rid has of relief to.the needy :More 62 109 38 4 201 '

\ h r''* f' ject., Although the labor item In enough' getting of people are living'on the fund they NO _. 28140 79 '4 30 9i 91 151314
f head, don't think he hasn't anything Jiis 4-< ,$ < ; ,; I his own pensionmoney'1"on' time. '
the cost of road building Is comparatively You' obtain from the Government-.-Federal 36 7 ::73 16 5 'r 21 53286
..:---. n small, the.use of relief that slfortness of breath state and local-than;t)live, on NO -18,42, 29 ,2 26 '4 25 31/9

| Some .folks won't i ifiJan'airplane' e'fbut( Sriye y :their workers would mean a; considerable .I*;troubling him again. the revenue from professional --: s 6 '78 411 "6t'47 2Z5
go Ma I
> I
i up suppose could do the NO ______ 8 1 1.28 2 5I
of this size. vice from transportation or from ---------------- 3 82
saving on a project ,
| cars eqast s ; that they.t louch.if road only now and then bathroom over again. There's one clerical _.._._ _._ ,
road department should give \ occupation. -------------- .
m' o' the The careful considera color I haven't used yet-Delphin- Most accurate figures place the NO, ..-'-- .:--_.:_.......::...:_.._:.:..:_ : ___ 367. 90 57.11 80 6 27 14 Inr
proposition ium, they call It."'*Would like ..... _.... ... ..
you _..
Bradford number, of person now on relief, -" "" 6'216
\$* White, mgn paicTthe Indians( $24 ',for'Manhattan:' Island i ; Countlans tion., In the should meanwhile give it plenty of the bathroom. don over In Delph- rolls 17.000.000.., ,Best estimates NO ______;___: .__...::.._..._:_..::____ 7 45 21 230 1 22 8139
5 now .it costa'you.thatmuch to get a Beat in a night club there. conversation. Intumi-Fat, <.LK ". say that this number will.rise. to 1-- ._ ----- '

*. *, ;. L r.- 'a : ; Y' _- a Paxt-rd' lUte ittjdon; over ,In radium. f 20,000,000 and perhaps .more during ORIGINAL ;"GLOBE':- 'TROTTINGKKPORTEB Rider under the leadership of the
t-j .
< [\WHAT.NOW; STRAW BALLOT: T S You'v..cMaged the bath' the winter. Two million of ; ; VISITS STARKE' great.leader,"'Theodore'Roosevelt,
''$;; t I Officials wljo; allow prisoners l 'to ,escape from:.jail with recent' room fixtures arced' so much I'm those on relief"give;,work,In ..ex"Chani (Continued front Page One) and In tn*World War he was In
The Digest's
""v, wooden pistolsjmust l haye! heads, made?:,,of "eonie'.>urnfng Daylight"-: I' the Intelligence department of the

;, rial S'.5, '. New.Deal was slipping, should be the j balance many owhom.' : \ receive Jack London, in" the'Ranger' ;and United State Army for more than
4 W' .riIJ' ,11" .. Ma--Maybe: rm oldfashloned, ,,rent, clothing1" and.' grocery" Burkburnet ,boom Jack1 used : *-- ,
iI,:<. W t ) .,... straw ballot to .end straw bal- was a year:
lit. ) :\-- 0Auld \ a The results. of Tuesday's Pa; but sometime I'long'forthegood order" instead of cash,''do not by Rex Beach as a character. .. For; the,:'past, two years ,Jack
; idasw't.'spysM'Since'the'Itouse' : is'on'firletusj lots. old day when,we didn't haveto work. They are .Imply ?on the : ..Wars the world '
j. : : : ;! elections show that: If the New ., over have seen has been In the army 1 of the transient
iii ftjiWi'.. worry about" how to get ridof dole.. _whether U1at term,Is. used Lloyd in. action he was In the famous
m' > >Al ai> t put OUt the anywhere; It.to ? c unemployed, and he has writ.
t j : Y ; wim'yourself' tryIng Q << Deal slipping JUsf '
; { farther and farther our moneys about the time officially! or not., Legion of Death under the ten several: articles In regards to
fIre. .. '. slipping, only that a pair,of'shoe- begins to get numb.e, late Count Tolstoi In the Russian-
of. -
) American homes all over the The persona receiving the who make up this vast
into ;
Ii"t,\ : :., -4 P,1..l 1 '" '." U.., country- and making"'serlouaIn- comfortable have, to give them relief.. In. comparison: to.> the Japanese was in the Boer war'he P"fle nt'unemployed.' he

i 'WomenTWed-tO', .\\b1tr 1f Ihefr hats' w ren"t,'on straight.'. roads Into camps. .of the ,Republicans away too and get anotherpair.. shoVr'. Then total, population, is, staggering. fought with the great British lead- has ridden the rods box cats; the
: Kitty tries not to It, but Conditions are worst of Course In erLord. Kitchener and was In the blind i : Now.,they have ,just ,a'a'friuch troubled tilting' them --atrthe :It was themselves.a Democratic landslide. I think, deep down, ini, her"heart. the.heavily-populated Industrial same outfit that Tom Mix of movie I:every way kd WD.)and according,

\t'i' "rlghtangle.; .' t Even Pennsylvania long the na- aba'd'.rather have'a"plain! old rat sections -, New York fame,WAil In ales, In the Spanish to Jack he believes that the "white

1 f j tion's stronghold of Republican' than that feed''r.caviar' .. ,*we've been baying.to Pennsylvania. :Michigan,. Ohio' and Amerlc&n.war', he was ,In the, Rough. collared"" man-Is:the' hardest hit

j l' \ They ijnter! Ia en'hte: ><, Jthat -some of thgtte. slick.a Urn,,has definitely gone Democratic Illinois. : These five states account afraid of its anounced policies,. be... man In the country today.
: Y says! 'Pa-iTh cent of allwho
,, Throughout ,the nation. gttksery; an Is: beginning for;,nearly, forty per Ueved Florida, and Alabama accordingto
a, t hair young'fellows-go-to the' barbershop toE get t their oil Democrats elected senators'wrest- to 'get'' suspicious; too.' The receive reliefIn Illinois, fourteen I :them"inimical 'to their interest Jack.are the best looking states
: *-but they said little and followed
Uat'time J*overpaid u'r" accounthe cent of the total population that he has this trip and
::: t changed. ?< < S I ing many senate seats f roof Republicans per 't a policy of watchful seen on
l' ; to. give. them -'a1. two sent the delivery boy around to is on the relief rolls; In, New waiting.During since leaving Florida last March
X 0 &' senate for tne first say, that 'If t "didn't 'stop''giving York sixteen per.cent;: In Ohio, the next year.and a- halfmany" he has visited In thirty-one dif

: : t Wonlt i : \rtrsflfce" ) 1o know r that.when a real l est,& i cbtnesba'ck"b, it time thirds since prt majority'-C.1vll War days. The him too t'xnuch money he would .fourteen per cantata. Michigan, more business and men more found at odds themselves with, ferent states, traveling to Maine. .

Wr\\ t'-be;necessary1 to b il ," -fancy"'tsubdtvist agates for party, likewise scored';overwhelming have to'qult' srrylng our account. I twelve per cent.. Highest'percentage Administration principles. :This Montana: ;i.;,down to the Rio
time. victories la filling seats la the 'MaWTeshis 'wife tells" me I la reached la oJ)New' Mexico Qraade, ,and that.again to Florida.
a long reached .Its '' '
| (it\\ f!"tJ"! _,',f'Mi' '.''' : they're'' having; time. 'where twenty-seven per cent of all high 'point a few Editor throughout the state know
I Representatives. .
House '
; __ _.. of months 'when the' United
: ago
i' T The election: seems to proW'definitely They thought they could get rid of I the people are given aid-'buV'by; States Chamber of.Commerce Jack-for he has-been making: the

S. H'fv' %,, 1enrty' Ford says that t. his company is out of the depression once and for'all, that the a 'little',extra cash by" using'aUk 1 Dumber, they naturally total' much a pointed letterrto* addressed thePreeldent..sal4 state forth; past ten years, and
; S 'stiirwori' that'the'New' Deal ia here to stay-Mtt least diapers on' the baby,,but the little I less than do the needy In ,* representative : In inanjrof the towns that he vip
ut l .adrntt New .
l ; : Deal had any; lhat confidencewas
darling .wouldn't..staac1 for' it atalls Industrial state. its before the chapel
to It a fair trial. i I ,'he'appear' *:
'f-.i.' '.thing to do.with it. ,. long enough give ''I feel SO for fading, asked that he give definite of his
:; .' = That 'are completely out of sorry them. These":figures may cive'th Impression class and tells.-the ,children
J ;, .. .. .. ... .. I people Pa-Remember, the old replies,to a number ,of question he also
good exciting adventures,
"':r r"1" 0 I patience with the blct'ordez'' 'of J I -,,that unemployment: *,, involving";: tinanclatand many

1J r,, .Sally Rand-ha copy1igited? ) her-bubble, l dance. She probably [ things and quite unafraid totry day. ,during .the depression when I more, severe now than 'at any,time economic future. .,. ." _,. appears"before'church; audiences,
: < '' the bathroom stayed yellow with .tJl4iW'or.t and makes 'specialty of talkingto
..the new.. was 'nowhere better I during depression. Jt Is not- 'The not : but
.r- won.tt vte 'much! trouble''with., .ltnftatQtsduring' ; the winter I shown'than in 'Florida's'> .election blue trimmings sforeight,years T employment month 'was since then President there reply-! the Mickey'''Mouse clubs In theatres
*' *<* "* has a lip.prochement'bejween'government '
5 |a | months"any way., where' every,one",'ot seven constitutUmal Via And there wine only one bar ]March, 1933. when 13.000,000 men where this organization functions -

I'-s? ;( r *t "r. p_ .'. i, amendments 'carried by of ,soap;In. vhouseyou; had toWait who would normally employed and ..industry.. The President*"' ::
fort me. to gets through with apparently During the 'real estate boom in
out of work: There{ are'no
.'? f 4 Our mail J looks slim these days without those reams of .,!,substantial' .I"'many.Instances majorities.perhaps these the .dl.be..beto... -you,could take were relief figure, for that period .*,'at ,has more faith .in Industrial this state .''Jack was on.the staff
executives 'tha.d. he, did WIlen
[.},ifarguments r ? sent out bythe opponents and proponents of.,the : amendments were not fully understood your 8aturdafrDtght' batb-Weren't the tune,there was"nO org nixed he first came Into'of flee'and", industrial of many different papers and he
by t 4l'peopl. who'voted on we happy then' governmental relief. Since then, : uUVU believes ,that It -was the greatest
homestead .
Exemption Amendment.t .eXe :
'' ;, A case it was Impossible 'Pa-.l'U aycmNe. w.nr'utFws, > thre or four million mad have gone rush thathe ever witnessed He
them,,. In every
,o f't;. ;.. o .. "to determine whether these can't sit her* ale| Bight like couple tack to work--the'nine, or ten million have moreconfidence in the Preen believe,,tbat'. Florida ,is the last
(ident., One ] of the trend to
::4.1: I l'A child psychologist says thai one'slap; is worth an hour radical chan....'"would worM outfox ,ot Scotchmen\kt D* you :think: who are.still out account: for found"In the declining sign ? stock of,:the Frontier to the country to be conquerid -

';"l b; of reasoning with a child. You shouldn't have to reason at better It or worse; but the. wearyelectorate you couM stand to see.that. .abowat.W.Ptauagtltn the* 17.000,000. :p4reonlf.celVlII.! ; ?brln trustVrmost of these young ) and, that-wlthln' period,
J.IJ" f4' t It willhave
"ws. voting1 for a rellef : ? >fanotherten; years.
all if e a good the_ 'new'mass psychology kla-T-I.never did,, care. for ,I Mae tloireraateiltniIohil'ilnd{ "local't.f'abkly.jttlmp BMU.,".who C.IIrIed..llllcbwelpt:, in developed, Industries'and -natural
YD.9i : "h 1c'fian'1t' ifl change: the ,early day the'Administration :
; West'q;jbut.11 need to little dreamed
v"rf -?" is "we're willing, to take a chance. \suppose. ,we (' ; d'.fot: a solu .: have.dropped :out',of. light, resources; Which/were -
J.J( > : knows exactly where We'regoing spend the atooey..; tell you what: : It : of yearshe ago. .
A No. one lion 8peat'blIIIOIUI--&ad
university professor that patience and repetition and,their places have'been'taken the
says It.there. you, buy,me at ticket.and HI:just T adventurer will spend
like ( ; ,:
but if we don't the problem ha* barely been touch- t
|r will:i!! ,'overcome your aveBsion, .'lot of hing8'Ve.re', afraid 'perhaps we won't be"so.far*away shin \the,ladies room and' .knit..- id. : .Present..efforts are designed by theorists practicat'thtnkerq, ,"rather". ,, than winter. In l'IorJda\heD'; Hot

;;Q t repetition can't do much to.make. "uslike the:income tax.P but we ADiebards can-' turn.. around -and come, '- '., ..(Curtain), to keep" ',,sufferers 'from 'dire want ',The President's; recent.,mUCh""_'- 8PrIDaC..1ftMe...ur... fr p(Ja1then' ""will

back.' 7- intll be,found for them- epencI.
: r{ 0 jobs'ean ticipated speech before the Americans '
.. straw-banot.'and Republicans 'We we'had' solution of 'I'Q&d..un-'
thought heard about they are In no sense la
t.n't'.' t.-. Anewsetorx: iromtt ytell t ..elx ...t..,daughter.aged must'remain In its back all there was V, near''both pro and Mir.'moaC crucial and most"dltti- way BankerAssociation"showsthe the'wind: blows. 'While,ensbewiflaiotthilr' .. .. U J X10or to

w'''| 'eighty, who has! to look after"h r'ntoth r.''109. It's lucky!! ; that ceat.for, M white. ..yet.' The"'road con the'',homestead ',exemption-- ult: problem:: : government he committed himself? to HtUef; Mr. ., igaad'other .xC\te\ eI 'a lent

there > \might i seem* 1 bumpy'to> theta but that I 1.,' we u.ou.b110' until late la'carrying the bulk of) therdeiHrra.tate'and CauTh ,_ebeietnervte... ,
a fflno 8i whojpee Roosevelt said one thing of -
H !!ydcMdjerajrotnd, ) y : ittentfon greatImportances '
{I l ; !| ) ? J they would be a lot betc..atf if Monday afternoon.: Simon.Han. ) :: municipal' !'''aid ::.-that .be did notcon-: I ,..., ,' PWTPWflSl""TI, I:A t.P. ..

I. 0 they could forget the bumps awhile kereon colored: ,.who.claims"to be has been taVdequate. for the most, template' th'ejallQ&Dce'of DeW cut*P. "* ....-'slips Tle. roes

1 value Pirnnet i )says !lhat'tAmericans: "are cpmlng'to! realize and come.alongquietly. ,Until we the .oldest citizen of StArke.o'WI\ WrtyMr; ;,''!:: ;.I,4., ".w reney against the Treudrys'vsstldiver ; ala&rtadea'I'e n'ry..."b.:."In''0.$ ',"CD'..4'0-n r.

jpl, the 6"repose and 'm itatlon. They still don't get get where'we're going and discover the exception of Rand.Albert;also llany believe,.tat'governmentwin"beforoed : holdings.: Banker and other -:',ESps.ltbTm.3". ._. 11'01111'' \. It
like It or not, ... t"whomt'tlhatayto.nCI
whether we colored Informed B-lv"n
this column that
Into adopting : Industrialist .''oheered"Mr.'
I x'11cif: :; ;repbse/bo/wevjer.:/: r rS ff-tJief."AightI\'lOOt\e'doJlar! \ anywhere sentenced''to'theback' seat he, had almost 'decided "to"vt..gainat'the nits pension system for those a who deli, Roosevelt's statement' was the first, Fran II'' tJkndrutn..,,.v u. >..'s-t 0..1.th.t r. .'ff'

_S I,; "iround" "" I Ii May they' make It as comfortable, ,ameidmentv') .. : had ire unemployed through no..fault assurance from high source that rWUllam.. wt."a a ,,,,weMwb Dtteemb..r.I.a ..teat..
i i p-; ZZZSZZA' 'for themselves, aa possible.! '- been ,informed," he''said, and*his a If, th.irrownandtor,.-those':who there would be n*> major Inflation 'N"NtvefS44: 'the, 0' Honorable i fc
'' .
.. .vIt's and
F... ;lasachl'settl'l[ ntartyfwlfe' told him to,wait for her at (. ,,. e> ? mannertndluted'that, he had no lava ,outlived tfceii usefnmesa.asrcrkera. In.,.the near future::.... ,' ', t ,1C.' ""rrJ'.r' IUI'P'"u"evrFlorid.' *'1a Sth.-
barely 'possible that1one reason to doubt >the; reliability'ofhta .' ,'rBut:.tbe>'vfjgantla4eoat I The U. 8.Chamber Of Commevtq ,fur.Rradfr.4 1ft..I"I..
\ 4 jl .a and : ; .'la (_star at .
: certain policeman arrested him ..
spot for used t '
a obstructing time a man megaphone 1DtonDaat. that'Itthe, amendment Invoked stand Ja. the.way.othU reported that It saw Indication of 'se-s. 'ooa tit art.'a.11. me II
f traffic.. He:'stated:that' hehad rather pay, the fine'than. run to say something whole'. while.-. passed It.would be 'only amatter untold ,bllllona would be ceceslary a "convergence of the general alma ,oanome.ha zd...hr'.ntslMtr'tvrrrat.'ervat..enkva.aware Lterrrt

; ;the:risk of disobeying'hiawtfei 1 Palm, Beach"Time. .. of.monih( < until the'OathOhcs"cams It these, people are to be?'gtvn of,buafneu',, and ,the Administra; BnrS't.e' ,...1--
Into ""'-- "
c powefInd would '
ana a. tuba teDce allowance. Uon"'In the'epeeclL: "- iI
1 0lIP" .;No" matterwhat you'wear,. 'the set,up ?,"'a king' to nil*. over this lad Intb: ;melt ,Uma'we face atleak 'A,A* for business cWUlitloneWey;;' ,* '.,ee _,. aN ....._ I. fiN
; .: i most important thing? win be : :"; _''We.tried to explain .... a..w tr.t, 5e'IStl'er' n.c qn n
,i The Supreme .Court nas,ruled that lluey Long must your country. to winter so far, M the needy seem to be on the up-gradeT' For .. .f 'U.1": '
y! stand trial in a $500.kO( ) Ji.bel.uit resulting from'a' speech he exp..lon..rort;; .Ifeade" Leaden 0, Slmo* that'th\e\ .mlp.t possibly be ire coac.med-aad what the story. the! past month the volume of bank 'rOW..hl\l or W'6 Raa.e of $ed\oil a
: $a exaggeration of the.facts la the if will be no knows.Vwbentbe loan Renee II II..a d
"'J 'made, I ',the.Senate., TJuey ct d.'probably collect,a few mil-) .Eskimos. 'use'the' fur'of'the wolverine eue..and, he akap.. ; ,would:think u t" ext4yar. 11 one...("' ":* .... ,. aslng.ou4tn41i..and then\;has".b.es I Ie ."'growing tsior W.hlea.. .Nt a Uatt.wi'....'ifo..{rwlll''' ,..ISt... ...Ieaytae

i '4': Aliens: for himself ,if he sutdtor.everything.that has. been.said ,to trim;;the front 01 their it ,over, although _he was quit i : ,: AdmlntotratlonfUsiame demand for bank credit.:,, Late s4.Uetic.'skorir .. Oeteeet ,'
[:% ,against nam. '*., ".+. I hoods, because It.dreas'Sot&oatch, rare h. didn't. want j! be..ruIL"J'' C:: Into power. If had few"crltte.. '.a,su .rIM: 0a.. 5'tSS"
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frost.from the breath.: :.. &D7 .,. ....,,,,, _**nyt Industrial., leaders'were: ; general luiame ,'.t.... 1'I''oI. Jt c.,
," ,, (;r' ...... ;; .v .. \,. f .?'!:",...-","*", i; ..y; .(' r ;:;,.,..'..V ,jrr '*'('.1acb.tantI4:,. "r .., :;.';!It. i .,' :. ..f ,

1 ,, ,,- ,... .. lf. ,. .., j JI{.h \ t9hr; t.f.1.v i!! "
1I\t.!'"\ ., 't.f' ,. .{.."" ", qJ .'"''' -*' .H', ., :;ri !"J ) ,;I\ti..,. :.., ,.....! .),I ', .,
+ w + .....,\>\....? ,.,,<:"'''';'','''' i 1' ,I\\,"" !J ;. ,\\4 .".'..'.''>- (: ,';. "y.p.!'\' .. '.f ; :t..f"1i"J!. ;.: \ ''Ir.-...!' 'I" I'" '. '..e' ,*;{>'if>,