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 16, 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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County Farms; Opinion'Seems On To Snake Differ Green Is Assured Enough Canned Goods Young 'Democrats On llI tj' ':''i' :;"t

To Feed. An;, Army; Scoby 'l"rlaltf. !; : H

,Was Big, Anyway Sent Here This "Week' /*? b' ;
Be' Improved That Court House ., I "
fill -- Send For Charter i' '
:There are two schools of thought' The local SERA: office report ;; Ear-biter : : :

FERAPrograni J.at Truby the a snake local commodities FERA killed ofifce recently distributor concerning by J.-! \Will i Be FinishedStone rticttved that.8.311: !Sere cans t Thursday of'veretablea work of for handing were distribution Club To Be Active ,Draws |ux! :.};, :

It was light brown in color with m a the cans'out ', direct relief
darker brown streak up Its back clients and .wQl'fters among has already 3- Year Sentence ; I1
To Become Fact and had Say Second I I'jJ:
.IHtaUon fourteen rattles.' Story Will Be begun under the?direction' J. J Eighteen Sign Article At Court ,
Before Long Dickinson :Mr. Truby mantatna that the Built If First Has TO Truby. Homo Meeting Monday

Say reptile I* a cross between a rattlesnake Be Turn Down" It waa also, announced that 7. Night" --- _
and a moccasin, although' he -- 600 pounds of >lc*, and 13,000( Btato'n Witness Hay She HawNegro a4
I rehabilitation this week Julius F. stone, state FERA administrator Application for charter for the Farmer-Detective
Rural +
admits that according to' the annals pounds of canned beef haW.. been, Cltttw Ear Off And
enied well on the way to be.com- of science, such a thing Is not has given positive assurance received. *} Young Democratic Club of Bradford Has Trick Corn Cobs Spit It Out +
[I reality here when C. L. Dick supposed to' occur. that Bradford County's County wan made this week
ion, supervisor of this work In court house addition will be finished following a meeting Monday night Offered In Evidence LONG
i county received word thatturd Mr.Truby's associates complete with upper story Board Wants Road at the-'court house when eighteen }
will be. allowed to In. scoff at this Idea, and ,ay that the, Congressman R. A. Green said upon ,, charter members signed the appll detectives _.
snake, Is Just a plain old swamp, AU amateur are not In Sebed-i
de 271 farm homes .on 'thktiwide his return from Washingtonthis cation.H. Alleged. Sltumore Aide In
ratttor.. Thia doe not novels, Is I the conclusion rd'l '
variety have the
mystery ,
r progrl.rn.It weekCongressman wK-4 to Appear. Tilts 1'
the familiar diamond-back they And Wants, It BadThat C. Wall waa elected temporary that might be drawn from a ,
[ not been announced'how ? Green discussed chairman and E. L. Matthew Morning :
has ay., The snake's light color Is <<: bit of evidence offered in Circuit j ..j.I
i money will b* spent'on each. ,accounted for, by, the possibility the matter with Stone In the officeof temporary secretary of the organ Court here this week. A. G. 8>
under the'' Harry Hopkins. Federal admin Th trial of Mandel Tana- d .
that cornea pro- ization. Scoby
that It bad hibernated for the winter Thomas, resident of Hampton appeared
but It ia Intimated'that a the exponents of this school in iatrator.l Stone said that the I*. It WantA Geed Road" The purpose of the club, a* set before the jury with a sack pa bondsman accused of' aiding r :. i
1 sum will be advanced for purjea sist. court house' addition would be finished But Want It In tho forth In the constitution I Is "to' of corn cobs-but no ordinary Harry Sltamor, jewel thief, to escape ; '
of repairing home and. farm __ _. | and would have an upper Worst Way stimulate ill the young people an cobs were these. A'hole had been from' the State Prison' Farm t
dings, for purchasing work story If he had to "tear dowq the active Interest in governmental' affairs carefully drilled In each and occupies ,the' center of the stagetoday
seeds and fertilizer., first to do' It."- No definite ,The Board of to the fall term of Circuit :
pok and for Red Cross Drive story County Commissioners ; foster and perpetuate the when broken open a slip of paper \a* a' : F
tea farmer who receive the ad. time has been set for the work to' at its regular meeting Ideal and principal of the Democratic bearing Mr Thomas' name would Court> draw to' .a close here disposing Iq"
It hack' in be resumed, Green adopted jsresp] luUun the and to the heaviest docket sine
ce agrees to pay Congressman urging Party provide for drop to' the floor. .o. l
?__, labor or farm good.', said but an early date was Inti Immediate\ hard-surfacing the our' people through' the administration Mr. Thomas said he had. fixed 1932; "
[ Fifty-one per cent ofBradford's" Now Under Way mated. road from Starke! to' the Florida of the Democratic Party the cob about' "hauling up corn Sentences) in five cases were Imposed n ''
otment of 271 will go tofarm While In{ Washington Mr. Green State Prlaon Farms, The. resolution the highest degree of justice, prosperity time" last year in order to' catch Thursday morning by Judge t

inert, thirty-two' per 'cent to' also conferred with' House members was presented.. tf Charlie E.. and happiness." the man or beast who' was causing A.' Z. ''Adklns after which several ,
tare and seventeen per cent to' Committee Are' Announced-. In regard to his candidacy for Johns Bradford. refrreqonutlve\; ,, Those signing the'appllcatlon for his feed supply to' diminish. H* civil'casss were heard and court '"
puuj croppers. Mr. Dickinson aid Store And Home To speakership in the new Congress.He with the request' tit.t.be In turn charter were: W.'E. Bryant N. D.. claimed that he had later found the was ,,adjourned until 10:00 o'clock '. f
[ The farms to' be rehabilitated Be CanvassedThe told Washington new. reporters present It to the State Road. De Walnwrlght Jr., R. P- Jones, R. A.. cob' with his name Inside, In another |Friday morning the time set forBooby's 1 k

rill be selected and 'approved by that he was encourag d'after partment. Griffis, Jo*. L. Harrell, Jr., C. A, man's crib. arraignment.
i county Rehabilitation ''Advisory Annual Red Cross Roll Call his interviews.. Among the atfuieX )onUlned in Knight T. Frank Landrum Q. L.. The jury was no' doubt Impressed OU Three Years kv
well. Each farm will be drawn opened here this week wltn worker The congressman also'visited the the resolution were(the foJlowln&the ;: Patten Carleen Landrum, W. B. by the complainant detective :Howard McFashlon, young Reno
,p u a separate project and !sent soliciting memberships in allsections relief administration in the capital "- bed 01_d:road I is rap- Mundy, Jr., H. B. McLendon' Junlus strategy but did not think It sufficient negro.\:waa. sentenced to three },
for approval. of the-county. -Many of urging that a farm rehabilitation Idly 'blowing'' *B.wishing away M. Smith, P. 0. Bratley Chas. evidence to' convict the years .ill the state penitentiary for jm ,
rOcala I believed,that this the familiar button have already homestead project be establishedIn and, will soon need''rebuilding. If A. Darby. H. L. Harvey E. L. Matthews man named In the Indictment. mayhem la connection with the ,

am will be of great help to been Issued, and plant art being his district. A tract of l ,eoo not hardsurfaoed. which WIll re 'A. J. Thomas, and H., C. I Ions of an ear by John Presley at .a
..ers In getting back on' their made to' put on a concerted drive acres I ta available for' this purposeIn cult In great cost to' the atato..," Wall' fish'Wfry'this',, summer on Sampson '(
eet t after allowing their place to Saturday, when a group of'high Madison County he said. "-this road U one of the moat Hints of' a fish fry when ,the Wreck Here Ends LakC# d
_i down for the past few years, school girl will be enlisted to Important In the State at this time charter Is received were made, and Chief witness for the state was r.
Dickinson said.' work the downtown sections of that. la not' hardsurfaced, the definite plans will' be announced Anise<;Ma* :William, negro' woman
tf. ,_ Starke and neighboring towns.E. Extradition Asked result of which may at any time later; Lfc; ,, friend of Presley who said she ? jt f'
\ L. Matthew chairman of the prove disastrous to'r' the state Incase Chairman Wall appointed a Friendship saw :McFashton bit the ear off. ,f

Denied Roll Call In this county,, bps enlisted of a fire or riot' when outside membership committee of one to' spit _It out; and heard him say ;t'r ;
amages assistance would' be needed to "Damn' It 1 '''didn't bite that's 1.
workers to -- .
the following' assist For Men In serve In three county precincts a* '
in the !drive ){ft. G. >Lowry,, Fight protect live, and or' property follows!; T. F. Landrum' north One Killed Two Injured _When I ear off('-"; % P .
Also at this meeting, the following Automobile Overturn NorthOf I Witnesses said the fight started ;,
Mr*. C. P.;' Raymond. Mr. C. A., Stark; John' Redgrave, south '
fo Brooker. Man Knight and Mrs. H. H. Young, all --'-' additions were made to the Starke: and R. P. Jones,.Lawtey. Stark. whett'.PrssUy.' holding a'piece' offish ;
In Starke; Mr*. W. E. .Torode, Inawtey Police Believe They Have locatedStenberg's pauper roll: Committee In other precinct will '-. )h' W< pand, reached Into the :r

-,-:10.\ ., ..._. .. Mrs. JL..D.u..Y.: Ther- I Oeorgla.Assaulten W., 1... Thomas ;.*i. $2.00 per be appointed later.Assessor The death of one.man and the f'pan'' to' get another handful. Mc- '
less and Hampton, Mrs. C. B., month Robert lIelVlli"ll.CIO..J.j. serious Injury of another In an, automobile Fashion\seemed to, think that' ,
nelnlUe ,WII I NotAccept .
III'Hodp'a Roberts in Graham; Mrs. GA p. Cold I Rogers $2.00-Mr.; and Mrs., Charlie accident two mile north Presley's-,appetite exceeded the 'r! ...
Liability '
Suit' son in Brooker, and Miss Ida J. Hearing "on the extradition request -J.- Grimes .$2.60., J. P....Potts of here last Friday afternoon bounds of propriety and asked
825,000., Merrltt In New River.: of CJov. Dave ShoUz for the was raised from $3.00 to' S9.00 per Attends brought an end to'a friendship of him If h* Intended to' eat ,up all ;
EL K. Perryman wa elected return of three Georgians to Jacksonville month. fifty years standing. the ish.> One word led to another' r. to,
Tie city of Gainesville, through secretary of the local Red Cross to face charges of assault The following' applications for Rodolph Davis Thornton' ,' 79, of according to' witnesses, and soon ?} ,
II i commlasolners,:last week went Chapter at a i meeting held Monday with intent to commit murder In pauper allowances were refused: [Jacksonville Meet! Ft. Grove. New York was killed I McFashlon, Presley and a good .9}'
i record through resolution' a.ylpr night at the court house. conectton with ,the Injury of Dr., r. F, Durrance W. 'w. Coleman and his friend Frank J. Hamll of i portion of the other''' guests wererollinI' ,
any and all liability in Mr. N. D. Walnwrlght chair Sam Steinberg young' Daytona John Bailey, and Bstella Goodson. I I Jackson Heights. Long Island Is on the ground In .a free-for- .
i 125,000 suit Of .T. M. Hodge man of the chapter, reminded Beach dentist who' was attacked Commissioner Andrews asked I still suffering in a local hospital as all cr T

hooker man who alleges that his members of the.quantities, of flour while attending the Georgia-Flor' I for additional help for Joe Pitt, : Walnwrlght Say* Hermsstead-"-[,the .r..u1tof.lnjurle.. received_when. _Pre leytook the stand with the .qrl,. 1
wire, Bessie .Hodge: cam*' to' her and clothing that have been received ida football game, November 3hasbeen an aged''pauper who 1* seriously Exemption To Increase I Hamll' automobile driven by Mrs., exception of his left ear.' nd testified '
death as result of complications : here from the Red Cross set for November 2T. ill, upon motion' duly made and .Work, Decrease PayTax Hamll., overturned on Road 13. that h* had wanted the ?(p.,
(developing from her arrest Sep- with no' expense whatever to the Warrant for the arrest of three carried: he was Instructed to' look -A The accident I Is said to' have .occurred extra fish to' give some women 4 ,p
tern 8 on charges Of vagrancy. community.'She' also' stated thatmergency Tarrytown Ga., residents were Issued after the matter and present bills Assessor N.. D.Walnwrlght when a partially deflated friends who' were with him. I
Following an investigation re cases were constantly last week charging Felt Mix- at the next regular meeting. will attend a, meeting of Floridaassessor .. tire caused a wheel to lock as the Any way you look at It. It wa.prettt' *
port filed with the commission by which seemed to' come under on, Lamar Mixon and Herman Upon application, of the' F 'E. being held In Jacksonville woman applied brakes to the Car.. expensive fish, because k
Fred D. Bryant, city attorney after arising the Jurisdiction of no other relief Warmock with the assault. R. A. Organization.the Board appropriated today, at which Important Mrs Hamll suffered bruises, but there could be no doubt about the ; '
a thorough questioning of various matter pertaining to the :Homestead was not seriously Injured. ear being a total loss. Nothing remained ;
and which consequently Issuance of the warrants followed $IUIO for.the purchase ;j 1
,witnesses, the city fathers agency of by the Exemption;Amendment'will. The two m en had met as atone but. a little tab to' mark d i
must be taken, care an Investigation by Jacksonville of' material to be Used IT a home
were unanimous In their vote that be discussed.- workers In their younger days.. the spot. ti f
Cross.'Fifty which had only cleaning project' 1
in :
!bat city could not be held respon- Red each Red police they 'Many questions have arisen over Since then their ways had parted, Walter;: McFashlon, who' was'C
cents from The officers
iibl for the woman'' .death. remains with vague In response to' a petttlon signed the 'adoption' of the, amendment but the doe friendship lived ,on named In .the Indictment C
Bryant pointed out orally, that Cross membership the chairman travelled extensively., visitIng by a number of citizen taxpayer: which will'exempt from currentgovernmental Early last week when Mr and with'bla brother, was found not 1
Information the local chapter several Georgia towns. An eyewitness living east of Starke the Board all started for Florida
ha-had gathered surrounding taxes Mrs. Hamll guilty. ,
| said and this amount while to the fight In which Dr. the F. home-I t
the casa alleged' Mrs.Nudge uses authorized and requested steads up to' a: valuation of,, $ they stopped over In Ft.. Grove Other Cane TriedJ.
died ten: days> after being can; be put to advantageous deplored the Sternberg was struck on the head i E.1: R. A. Organization to dam up Mr Walnwrl bt,says that among I where ,Mr. Thornton joined them. Dickinson was found guiltyof r
mated here, and that"she wa Mr. Walnwrlght local chapter with a bottle when he attemptedto I two' canals leading ',out' of Wolf the questions th t.wlll have to be : He wa going to' visit his son W., abandonment and nonsupport.A .
M taken ill until five tlays following lack of interest In the often impossible stop the quarrel. identified one' Bay In a southerly direction 'a* settled by the assessor Is just I C. Thornton, and his dau&'bter.Mrs verdict of not guilty wa returned
and said It waa of the three men for whom' the I said canals were represented a* In St... John Croft,
her rele.... because of what comprise a homestead/ T who ,' Bonnie Jetty who live In the case of
to' hold meeting warrants were Issued. Hooding several farm durln ..x.ce.slve to ? and : left for Starke with breaking and enterIng -''
Hodge after his wife' death to' come In' entitled exemption Petersburg They charged )
lied suit through his attorney. H. the failure of a quorum Chief clue to the identity of the : rains, and were of no' benefit many other.. Immediately upon learning of the I...

I McDonald, jointly'against the I: when called.iNew men was a hat left at the seen* of II II to the localities through which The Bradford' County assessor' accident but their father was dead Wlllt Lee Martin Indicted for I : ;

tit, and R. A. Bergs, then chief I the fight officers said. It was same had been constructed.' I' say that b* estimates the amendment before they arrived' assault with Intent to murder ;
* police however, wa withdrawnnd Pork Tax learned that the hat was purchased The following were approved for will Increase the work' of his Local officers said a truck driver withdrew her plea of not guilty -
presented a* a notice of suitto at Sopertown. Ga. Inquiries pensions for dependent and, orphan department twenty-five per cent who had been riding behind the and entered plea of guilty to aggravated ,
City Manager \Cairn, This. there led to' the tracing! down of children attending school: and decrease the pay by the same Hamll car, drove alongsld and I assault. She was fined 1' _
too was withdrawn and the notice the three men. J. E. Norman $2.00 per month; amount: The Increase in work WlUlled Mr. Hamll that the tire $l.oo and cost. 't :
Presented to ,the city comml.a 1on. Now In Effect Dr. Sternberg son of N. Stern. Elvador Aldred $4.00; Nellie GrlfIfis wlU come In, making assessments warn going flat. The automobile Jess Watson pleaded guilty to ?'
McDonald, who wa!. present at berg of Starke at first was not I I $6.00; Ruby Mann $2.00; Mur"! on property where part of it I* turned over however, a* she breaking and entering, and was) '
toe session, addressed the commission believed to' be seriously Injured.'I lei Thomas $7.00; and Leah Nettles I exempted and part of it' remain sought to stop and Investigate. It sentenced to one year In the state

and asked that it consider Announce l Detail* Ala However, examination dlsclcwed'that :'I $7.00 per month. on the tax books. :H..estimates cam to a stop about thirty feet prison I y.
warding some type of award to LcMion Will Learned By his skull had been fractured.He e .I that, approximately thirty percent from the road in a sapling thicket Charley Jones, Indicted for assault
"odffe and his 'children, but this Soon A* Office Is still In St. Luke's. Hospitals KAY BROS. CIRCUS of the real estate assessment DeWItt C. Jones ambulance with Intent commit' murder ; ,
appeal was denied. alas B, .His Jacksonville. TO V1$1T.STARK I in this county will.to affected by I answered a call to the accident wa found guilty\ of aggravated v .r' ? ,
.- ._-. hogs THURSDAY, NOV, tThe $ the amendment and brought the occupant of the assault, and was sentenced to, 1''
"CU.OPATRA"'IHOWING'TRPTZ Dealer in SAFE DRIVING -'- I wrecked automobile Into town. nine month la th. county Jail.
J. Edwin Persons who. claim exemption
were this week told by of circus.day* will dead was guilty
TODAY magic The body of the man. Tom McOruder pleaded
Internal revenue In under tbeamendment should call
Larson collector' of We must have more courtesy soon transform' the circus ground i taken to Brooklyn. N. Y.. for bur- to breaking and entering and wa
Domestic life and diversion 'in that Information' received in driving. Many men and women I there into a canvas city of taUyo.tumed Ltthe,, office of the assessor between nl, accompanied by him son. given one year In the state prison.
'84 do not differ materially from his office Indicates that. effectiveNovember. that I know,while they are kindly : performer and rare an-I'I'I January and April of nextyear Mr. Hamll who Ie I suffering Frank Crawford and Perry Paul ''tip;
the home life tbo. Ro"wisand .1, a complete change !Inth and courteous In their homes and and when to make affidavit that thy w
of ancient mali from forest Jungle from' a wrenched back Is expected pleaded guilty to trespassing on
hog ha behave like I I own and occupy their homes, and a''
tax on relationships
EaYptlaDa,; processing business Kay Bros. Shows exhibit hereon : to be sufficiently recovered In a (Continued'on Pag Eight
foraCecil get behind a th.t they are assessed .at $3,000 or, ,
orereJ effect. when they .
In the research !gone into' criminal Thursday Nov. 22. ,The program few' day to leave the local hospital
I. DeMille'. I I. Definite details of the change steering wheel and act as though by I Ir lea* on the books.TAIYOLEFOOTS. PLATES ''f
"aeooatra" which ; .has been recently augmented .' where b* I I. being treated. NEW LICENSE:
5yinsrtoday'rrM' ry) for the bays not bee'made known. Mr. Larsori they. own the highways. We like I many new and thrilling feature, WIN"OAMI!: SENT TO OFFICE HERB .
- time Thum .but It appears that all fellow who' behave like a real r 81-,L Collector C. A. '
at the Rita with said the notable among them I* the MB&LEONA DONNALLY ADCE County 'Taic
waudett* Colbert, Warren William. person who prepare pork prod. 'sportsman. In his driving-who t I Kltchla Japanese troupe of head f The Starke Tanglefoot, town Knight ham, received a supply of J Jthe b'
$"( Henry Wucozos'la' tha'feahrd seta for further distribution, 01'receive. gives pedestrians a chance who balancer and foot' juggler S- football team defeated U>.- Jacksonville I Funeral services were held Tuesday new 1935 Florid automobile a l
l roles. I handle,'.tore. cut or rend doesn't crowd other car off the flro' Kltchl defies all law of gravitation Yellow Jackt 3-0 In a I I afternoon at Saratoga Its which go on Ala December ,
I De tIU '. "Cleopatra" :V the such product are to be considered roadway and wait his turn. W* by swinging from one side &tame played her Monday afternoon Springs. N. .Y., for Mrs Leona L. t
"art-touching, romance of the Sirs "First' Domestic' Processors of like the driven-woman or man of the canvas dome to the other on the) Municipal field. Keef- Donnally Adee, M; who' died In a' The 1039 theft proof license .
cf the NO. of Marc.:Antony Hop". who' Is considerate of others and while balancing on his head upon a fee' Harrell was responsible tor hospital there Saturday! plate are: made with black let. f ys
. rt '' of the change In the his car as a means of travel LeRoy I Mrs. Ade*. the former Miss ,, background of -
gallant of all Romans. Set In view uses single trapeze bar.,, The Starke'! score when he kicked a tar on grapefruit
ICalnat a background of' uaparala high processing ,tax liability and and pleasure rather than a place to troupe, five In number will present field' goal from the twenty yard Leona :Mlzell. wan born at Fort yellow and produce' a color'
m". splendor; the worlds greatest the transferring of the same from how his superiority or rather a routine ef full giant swings, tin* In the* last quarter ,of thetame. Cailin, 1880.. In 1002 she. wa. Combination offering good vislblll
" ' At the Rita .Sunday and ;''Moa"T hose persons operating as ,outlined have some real courtesy Inriving. triple horizontal bar 'Madam' .. ii.. t. Donnally. who died In 1981. In In five states according to a sur1 r
will be shown one of the:most above It 1 la necessary that ( Try It going down to the L-GIenn and her eight beautifulprls COLD I-CR C-tNIS' 1833 jh* v.' ra-trTlrt! to Ceerrrs- K v,,..rscc-Uy:: ua..: by the Ameri i ; ,
of anucn. :it by de- '..,, MMarAtog.. prw""". r
"wrestia- 'rords
!- 'reductions of th" ycr, .* 'Y ke i"r CT'1' .:ice tomorrow. Try on the Roman and swluf ladders. ? ma..ntotwahlle Association.
Lea If, ...11(. neW'starvitt.; .--.r.. a products received' and disposed i pressing your lights when ap- Bumpy Anthony'' and his Low temperaur and heavy I. Mrs. Ade I I. 'survived by her The tags were shipped from the y
bide: The Fountain"" -3 of after November... 1. Mr. preaching another vehicle. Cour- host of funny clown will spread frosts hr earlythl week are 'u husband; one daughter Mrs- Robert plant at the State Prison Farm
-The Fountain" tells.one of the Lanon'said.; It I* believed that itesy Is catching and brings real laughter throughout the enureserformance. UmaUd to have damaged ninety ;: Tindvll. of Beacon. N. Y.;; ODe where they were manufactured
a0st Powerful, low stories *vrto such persons will be required tome I results in greater safety.. : ',Of course no circus per cent of .tn* seed sugar can i, step-son. H.,.., Donnallyof, High e n
e1tten. which th. eternal trIo monthly returns and pay processing could be complete without wild crop; In this county. What few Springs; a sister Mrs R. J, Futch HUNTING LICENSES: ,
there CALLED bean there were were also lot i Jacksonville, and five brother, County Judge E. -.Prrymaa .
tax la. connection MEETING and Kay Bros will' not lat ;
M. r & d f n Eby. 'big people .In a I animal The band will toad the turned Into a loa, but no damages \\3.: C. Mlzell. of, Alachua, PecUrMlxell says that ,hunting\ licensee are'' p
with. office has been advised A meeting of the local organization ,disappoint. I reported to' han been don to ,- of Toledo' Ohio. Purvis MI. I moving slowly.' but h* expect
"i Mr. Larson'complete new regulation of the Florida State Unemployment Legion parade.Franc strawberry plants since at 'this I cell of Jacksonville. Laurie Mlzell.of : I sales to pick up a* the opening of./ "*;
\, COMXRTEB: MEET: that bevaU.bis Council a.* ,118ft called then little I I Youngstown and Powell Miz Uof the-. season, November 20, approach .
or". T..PW..c.i,.. Committee covering the new will immediatelY tax will for 7:80: o'clock next Thursday I ha built a church ,'specially bloom.ally date' was very i Irontoo, Ohio., **. i' t.j..r
thtaw.e, .i : seen, and for aviator
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LAWTEYO. { BROOKER a chicken and oyster supper at the SAXTON i was visiting friends here Sunday. MISSION HALL NOTES I Traces: of radium deposit{ i

{' J. Phillip. Cornwpondent Mlns\ & Vent Gulney, 'Correspondent Brooker School building last Friday .H.... w. A*. Trier, C.riwo....e.t I Remember preaching services "Epic" the Bible Study subject I been found In northern Sweu
evening. A short program here every Saturday and Sunday Tuesday night is no new thing/ aa *" .
Mrs.Jerry -
Strawberry Prospects Chicken And Oyster Supper was rendered by- some of the pupils Mr. and Brantley of I night Prayer service Wednesday It was taught by the Epicureans The post offices of J
The strawberry crop here locks. The Brooker P. T. A. sponsored from the Junior High Department Hartsberg spent Sunday''with her night. A welcome la extended to In the academy on Mars Hill near Issue 66.874 varieties of the >
at the close of which the p, sister, Mrs. W. A. Tyler.O. all. scam
: very encouraging despite the dry ly :2000 years ago. See Acts 17th
weather which has caused a reduction I board Special, The SpInning Wheel T. A. quilt was awarded to Mrs T. Nelson was visiting in Chapter, 18th verse, etc. This
of about one-fourth In the Ralph Darley. W. D. Webb. Lawtey Sunday RISINGMrs. "Epic" teaching found no favor in Positive Reli

Y, acreage aa compared with former Dlalogue-Flsherman'a Luck- The hall In which the dining tables Mrs Lizzie Tyler and Della Lee Paul's sight, and Is probably aa
years. Three. sixth grade boys. were placed was beautifully Thomas were visiting Mra. Carl H. M. McRae, CorrespondentElder unpopular today from a Bible

With the reduction In acreagean Reading .- What Happens to decorated with vines and flowersof HUllard last Friday. C. A. Crosby filled his regular standpoint, since Christ said "you For MALARISure
dthe prospects of Federal Inspection Kickers-Ovid Futch. various sorts. The following Mrs W. A. Tyler and children, appointment at Corinth Sun have the poor with you always,"
1o it \Is the belief that this Health Play_The Good Health girls acted as waitresses: Leitha Lola and David were visiting her day. and Paul said '!..3 became poor End to Chill

a will be a record money-making Elvea-Seven sixth grade boys and and Ruby Kelley, Marzle Howard, mother Mra. O. L. Brown, Thurs Misses Gwendolyn and Ernestine that ye,through hla poverty might
crop. Irls. Johnnie Ree Cone, Willene Mc be rich." 2nd Cor. 8:9: and 8:10.: and Fever!
& Budidngton and Arthur McRae ,
d. Song-Aloha Oe-Fifth grade. Gauley, Beulah Lewis, Lucille and day.Mr.. George Mosely of Heilbronn made a business trip to Jacksonville So we see that we can only end Here's real relief for Mall
Bean Shipment Idell Webb, Vera Galney, Mary poverty In Christ as we find :Orove'' Tasteless Chill Tonic I
The shipment and marketing of Song-"Than'ksglVlng Song"Audience. Sue Mott, Lea Retta Jeffords. Ja- Saturday.Mrs. peace, joy, happiness, and richessee r Quickly it stops the chdb and I
e 1. the fall bean crop Is about to come nie Mae Quarrells, and Wilma Sur- Long, J. B."and Wilson RUBS, L. D. Henry Brown and family Rom. 10:12: -la Him. Look and restores your body to con!
to a close here after the moat successful Address on Education by Rev. rency.A Polk and son, Clifton. I moved to Plant City recently.. not to men but to God first was Many remedies will merely alleMit]

crop that growers have hot Short. large crowd attended this affair Mlsa ''Ida Way Webb of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Crosby and the great truth of the lesson Grove's symptoms Tasteless of Malaria Chill Tonic temporanh,
Song-"Long, Long Ago-Au. : '' last here little sons, Jimmie, and Lavon, at the joni!
for several years. Prices have held and everyone reported an enjoyable spent Friday taught in the study hall. way and completely rids your iv
up well throughout the season dience. time( as guest of her cousin, Miss Louise spent Sunday In Gum Branch sec You may find something of interest of the infection. '
- Two of the Lawtey School boys, Webb. tion with Mr. and Mrs T. N. Nor in the subject for next Grove' Tasteless Chill Tonic u
y, Lawtey IUB'lOna Entertain Arthur. Austin and Cleon Wooten, Miss Lubedla Pinholster, who week's lesson, "He escaped on a corrective: of Malaria because It coni
t The Lawtey Masonic Lodge was went fox hunting this weekendand Mrs. A. O. Jenkins of 'Jacksonville has been spending several weeksIn man.Miss Mellle Brooks who has horse with another rider." It'. in two things. First tastclew quinine
14 host Tuesday evening to other caught one fox. spent last Friday'bere as Lake City as guest of Mr. and been visiting her brotherinlawand the Bible. kills the Malarial infection in the b]
John Torode's guest of Mr. and Mrs W D. Webb.L. r Second, tonic iron which helps
ladles fighting Tigers Mrs Ira Plnholater has returned owl
lodges in this section and ; sister. Mr and Mrs. Lee Roy ---+- 1
D. Polk was bus the ravages of the chills and f few
defeated Griffis' transacting
of the Eastern Star. After speeches Floyd County home. Eclenfleld returned to her home at Indian ink Is not made in In- fortifies against further attack,
A. J. Thomas, Bulldogs in a hard fought gameof iness In Starke Thursday. Mrs. Hampton Conerly, who has dia it China. Flay
by J. M. Mitchell Lake Butler Saturday. ;, comes Crom Take ;rove'. Tasteless Chill Ton
ly; P., M. Barefoot, Prof. W. L. Beacon diamond ball. Playing off a Among those attending the diamond been spending several days here as now comes in two sizes-SOc and Jl$
and Donald MacQueen, the ladies preceding tie. This was one of ball game at the Tung Oil guest of her mother, Mrs. Sally With a population of only 1,705, The crowns of nine world boxing $1 size contains I'A times as much i
'served a delicious supper of the best games played In the Law Farm,Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mott, has returned to her home InOkeechobe. Veigennes, Vt., la the smallest Incorporated champions were lost duringthe SOc I iiize and gives you 2i%more 101
r: chicken pilau.. tey school park.. B. F. Hazen and children, E. C. .., city In New England.'' fistic warfare of 1933. money. Get bottle today at any

liunlnrnm ChangesDr. "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"-Eddie's. Head Is Working Now ---By POP MOMA:\ *

J. H. Carradlne Thursday y-- . -_. II a, 1JIIHIU.JII IJ, mn.a..._. .,M._ .*llllum.m. .u....>.......---... .. .- _I_
bought the drug store of F. R. '
Carradlne and will continue to op- BUT Re YEAH NO-THINK.. HOWt3i
To t Eep "
KEEP SARGB etARde f'Rorot
erate the store In the same uP
tion. eufiERYeSTERCWY OLUI 1 oe.R( P,O'MX HAVE
( Personal IF IT DID COST OSMOfslSY N65l.R:. wAYN -- -- GONtg --
TO PL.PC'C" FoLLOW l---- i .
,, and ,
Mrs. D. L. Blackburn son
WITH P41Mt!?
4u Dalton, spent the week-end with

relatives atTaylor, I Mw'w
a' ,:HIss Mary Lee Wynn of.Hampton u r eft
was the guest of Mrs. F. ItCarradlne .

c Sunday I
Richard Theda who Is attending M.arJt'a ;"r e Ju I /I
University of Florida At Gainesville
spent the week-end at his 0 er. leyl

home here. ''a i

Mr. and Mrs D. E. Reddish of 1I

'; Jacksonville were visiting relatives N tllill I'IP t .
here Sunday afternoon. i I, IWb,,. .dilu'
I O Ie14bT N Awr Naa e.e.9.Mn/
Mrs.,T. B. Beck spent the weekend
visiting at DeLand.;

Mrs. J. H. Carradlne returned THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Hallow'en qtii ; J JNot
from New Orleans, La., Thursday _
where she has been rela- *"""*"* ,
visiting .
> i i / 4 t \ i 11 / "x. x \ i i
tives. (- "Ct'tu) ... ) \ .
Mrs. R. R. Thede was shoppingIn i\ wwfi r c. .'f .IN IIU1'5 NKjjL l1ALt UN"' HOW aK

Jacksonville Thursday. S t Potff AtM11Fi. U1Xi <1'Yt? 'mfII) [ tf( IS.fc. .... sa Y 84AtR BtM l1
Mr. and Mrs. J .R. Shuford were M'ft COULD at OtSOMt sw.1'It' : NfP4f..CHtUP '(G1E f OYtr NOVI S n '. NOW MtSltR-
visiting In Jacksonville Sunday af MMiOsrKl: -M10ritNWri op-, \ : MY"I 1 oE flt. Attr 6oNr /
ternoon. ti3r\E < -(R1.oe.Mr4 ,
Mrs. T. J. Terry spent the week.
end with relatives In Gainesville.F. r

R. Carradlne was a business if! '
visitor to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. t+uH?? IrSUf f t: '..aIttyW :

Joyce Futch spent the <
week-end with.relatives in Gaines
: ville. vL
Dr. and Mrs. ,J. H... Carradlne -

and son, Lee, attended the movies .....;::-..-er...,
C In Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. James Godwin of the State ,
Farm was visiting here Saturday )?

afternoon. I
Miss Jewell Boyer of Ocala was .
visiting her sister, Mrs. <
,; Moor Sunday 1//

Mr. and Mrs. David W. 'Mooreof -. ...t.dotl, ..wi .... -* ?. j_ ,, I'.w.w A
Jacksonville spent the weekend I

here with relatives. I
S Miss Luella Tatum of Defend Is i
i visiting relatives and friends here

this week. N ...
sl -
Miss Dorothy White Miss
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1,' Elaine Wynn of Starke were visit1

:d ; Ing frlenda here Sunday.. MAIN\ THING ON MAIN STREET" By .L. F.Van ZclmT7 1
If r. and Mrs. J,,C. Ward, of Boston ,
"" i7(. "' *"l P !*SnLj>g"J "' '" "a e eMp _____ .
1'' Maas., arrived here last weeklY

to spend the winter and while
here will Improve their property : MAIN SfREET'S COULD VOU ACCUSE MB OP ANVK4AT feRcs.1Me" LMIf! HUB ThAT kI0 TERRIi3LCr ON/ -
located north of town. '
Mrs Pearl Schuman spent the COMPLETE E" R. THING! LIKE ,- r .1 J>:ST ISEEti '30NI THOTx I'D BE HARPOON IN a0W PUTS 1F1A1 IT OVER BCY 'TAINT'tQUR.
week-end lu Macon, Ga., with I Do 1N TUNTHE MOVIES ATM<< Isd1E SMELLED I ON ,Nlg OLD FUMEI2AI.
uy Miss Madallne\ Hazen spent the I TALK ABOUT j HE'S Tb0
', week-end in Brooker visiting relaUvea. iI F00l THEIR FOLK. MEBW THAT' / SOFT 4atpSMART/ Tb BE
r S. D. Cheatham was a business IT OUTl WITH TN$Mlnnowl5
to Starke I IT CCCTAlMLf WA% 'Tb+llM '
ylaitor Friday. FOR -G OLc5ATE5j rON
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nash and t WOOT' Tb WEAR THE- ff __ l 1
., of' Jacksonville,
daughter were r
visiting Mr.'and Mrs. S. C. Peele i HEAVEM'glF1
SOFT SOAP 141'G' tAD -
Sunday afternoon. AKRS
Mrs. Donald Bennett of Jackson.'YUle I Aro: ; GET AWA"f11Im.. I :
) was visiting her parents Mr. 'I rr: % r _.
and Mrs. E. E.. Burney Sunday.
.Mrs. G. W. Roberts and children w
and Miss\ Louella Tatum and Miss I

Ruth Rowe Monday.were shopping In Jacksonville II I ;

Mrs Vernon Rowe of Jackson .a.ra LE as.. ?rs

'villa la visiting relatives and .
I friends her' this week. .

:Mr. Spencer, representing the DOROCTYDARNIT By Charles McManiwCAU.

Florida Power and Light Co., of ...
Y+ 'Falatka,. was a business visitor .. ..-.. ,
her Tuesday and while here announced [YC OR [tTMI! vW [ uMY Ht OON'T V MT TO I
WATCH Of MINI Yt3 t l7
that his was BROKER AND sec
", granting a further reduction In IM Mt VTOMt TALK WANT To II
the rates of electricity used here IN CARRY I1ACAIN4
r toy large consumers. j SHOP T IoNC AND SAYS TO BRINE
I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Strickland of THMetY H[ W1Se C OOR POCKETbooK a ABWT-

? Gainesville are announcing the arrival i e OIN CALLIN'ybu You OWE SOMEPAGE

e of a daughter, Elisabeth JeweL __ 1, OP ALL DAY. t THINK MARENr (
at a Gainesville hospital. Mrs. ;= '.t a" E DOBS!

Strickland wall formerly Miss _
Claudia Terry of this place. ;_ puIe
Rev. James Lyell will preach'atIL 't
the First Baptist Church here Sun u
eIlipq .
day at 11:00: a. m. and 7:30: p. m. e -
All are cordially Invited to attend.

4 -
P. T. A. Program In ChargeOf
Fifth and Sixth Grade

Piano solo-Baaja Piccaninnies,
:Patsy Lee Roberta.
Reading-Th* Guest Opal Peel. :
Harmonica numbers-The S.... e ArNjysr.
.. f
n.tlsuerneR r ftv MS.-.w w.
S'u' ow ,, 4t! ak ,,, r y r 'kt i-.K ,wl!, 1 h +..,nqr "t, s 11.,.
'tt r,

p n mnMwr ,i ny y.n'' .. r, kM+..mu ? ? ",m otM vo,wk h R 4

Elt 18. l >34' p4 t

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JiadiordHigbS b JournalSTAFF The week November 11-17, Attendance Committee of A very delightful- affair of the Wednesday. November 21, at ,{

flj Book Week, was observed by students the Student Cooperative Govern- past week was the annual homo- 3:00: o'clock, the P. T. A, will hold
of the high school English ment completed Its'second month's coming reception and dance Friday its monthly meeting. Don't forget tl
departments work Friday, November 2. night at the Woman's club. the date and don't forget to go ,t ate ; ';I '

-'- Book reports which are very effective This committee is to encourage This entertainment was sponsored for an enjoyable program boa d i r.'. ,t
B. H. S. Observes ( Tornadoes for book study were givenby attendance and punctuality In the by Sullivan\ Carter, local director been planned by Mrs. Jeanette Kin'i! 'i, ,,44'

Win each of the students and each high school. It was voted that of the FERA recreation program. cald's. First. o.r_de'I. 'I 1 I
-EditorinChiefS"PP National Ed. Week Second took part in the clans room discussions each student would be fined a tee -- .-- "
:'Editor-in-Chief Victory \\I I
"Ih nn. .Ammt I on books of various ,, of .one cent each time they were 7
"? Editor j types At eight o'clock the Seniors, Scientists say the Mississippi .11,
,_nor l aasen) rWK"j.. Literary mt..nl xehanaAt Editor One Hour Chapel Program Each Of The Season I II drama, biography,, fiction- ,-and oth absent or tardy. The money collected football team and alumni assembled river was originally a tributary I 1 "

BIO\urwlck- ....t. ut EdUor Day la Method of -: era during the month goes to at the club house. The program to a large river which ran through ;
fOAndereon, ': JI' ._Sporta Editor Editor CelebrationThe Big Crowd Sera: Tornadoes \ViOver I Among the most popular books buy a prize for the room havingthe was opened by an address what Is now Minnesota about 18- 'l :
,f "
PN ni'Jer.-A _.Soolety Kdltor: Trenton By for Book Week reporting were the highest attendance record. ,of welcome by Robert Chapman, 000 year ago. k", ;t ft ,
p Editor modern etiquette books and storiesof The ninth grade A, Mrs. Wall's
IIrernb.i, A al. 8QO. Bradford County High 26-0 ScoreEldtor's president of the Senior class next t
,.n. __ Joke LrdltuIppltfleld I the Colonial period. Another room, won first prize, having an *T
School observed I --- Wall ,
.Aset. Joke Editor National Education I was an address by Harold C. OVt.R WONERVES
Interesting feature of the of &3,9 cent Eleventh I f if
( Note study average per
ndureon, Jr. EntertalnEditeI. Week November 5-U with a We: are very president of the alumni. Follow ,
I I was the discussion of background grade, Mr. Howard's room, won
onu hour program every day of sorry that this game was not sent Ing this was tap dance by two ; t.I' t.
I. )//.0 8rsnnenu'amrent NErdtta t:; the week. i In for last week's paper). material ford the various stories second prize with an average of pupil of Mignon Station's dancing

WclllP'Iemntarp "Dapsrem.neU I The B. H. S. Tornadoes studied. 92,7 percent.The class. Then the guests assembled ,
: To fit In this daily program and won We '
Noosel..Juetlor Hi I Reports maintain the regular schedule the | their second victory of the year hope every student has taken chairmen of this committeefor In the sun parlor where they were I,01.'
.last advantage of the books in the the different rooms) who have The rest
Friday out at the municipal served cake and punch.
morning periods cut
were fifteen '
AN EDITORIAL; I minutes short The: four fifteen field over Trenton to the tune of library especially for Book Week. made' this committee are-Eliza of the evening was spent in danc
minute "slices" were 29 to 0. Not only are there many good beth Hollingsworth, chairman of ing. The muslo was an electric 5 l,1
put togetherto books In the library Including a the attendance committee of the
L what attributes The turn table by
asked form a hour Tornadoes started the
one seventh
i were period game number of new ones, but also there Student Cooperative Government,
fortune I should and In by kicking to Trenton. Their ingan of Gainesville. ,
I commanded earnest I was squeezed between the receiver are thirty-three very good magazines and twelfth grade A. ih4J'
earnestness. The regular fourth period and the noon was downed on their thirty; on the reading table. Amongthe Irma Stockwell-Twelfth B. The chaperones for the affair
yips a way for himself, and hour ((11:30: to 12:20): ), The programs yard line. We held them for three magazines *we find: McCall's, LaRetta Jeffords Eleventh' were, Mrs O. L, Haynes, Mrs. O.
,jess and truth go together. were as follows: downs and on the fourth they; Red Book, Ladles Home Journal, Grade. C. Register, Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs),
be other than E. Mlddleton, and Mr. and Mrs
to MondayA dropped back to kick. W.
er< pretend Time. Golden Book, Good Housekeeping Van Burney-Tenth Grade,
are, either richer or wiser talk by Juanita Barefoot, Keeffee Harold blocked the punt. ,' Reader'lII Digest, Forum Virginia Fugate-Ninth B H. C .Wall._
''iiI''be ashamed to say, "I do not "Planning For Tomorrow." A Our ball on their 29 yard line Review of Reviews, Popular Science I -__-.- -.- :

Mr" People will then believe I poem by Dorothy Sapp. "Things Four minutes later Merrll Edwards Literary Digest.,' Saturday ""WANTED1; Rain water Is not impure It in
Jwhcn you say, "I do know"aver Worthwhile." Vocal duet by Jean put the pigskin across their Evening Post, and the National Mildred Hunl.lley-A high school condensed atmospheric vapor
be ashamed to say;wheth-I I Davis and Juanita Barefoot. Mildred I chalk line for six points. An attempt Geographic.With diploma which falls. In drops owing to the
applied to time or Hundley recited."Four Men." and lowering of the temperature below
lu ': at the extra point failed. the number of books Geraldine Johns--Six Inches of
arnnot afford It-"I In can't the idle-af- Katie Fugate gave a talk on "Mor I We kicked off to them again magazines now in the library there ltelJht.If'ranc..s. dewpolnt, w P TO nab your ak win High Ine..1'7 tension.No sorb--. ,,4

i to waste an hour Iout ala and :Manners." She was introduced Once more they were forced to should be some type of literatureto Cadman-10 pounds of wonder you snap at UM wife
f to which you Invite me,- by Irma Stockwell, chairman I' punt. It was carried to our forty; appeal to every stu'dent' weight. v u".rlol sad bark at UM children 4 '
affJ the money you askJto of the Manners and deal has NOTU'M OK /"" '.U''TIO" Foil .
< Morals We feel that a great Louisa 8nyIerOne natural Watch ntl OwwortwlSUM
line. After and ,
Once estab- yard a long pass I.MA\H" TO MKI.I "''''CUI' I.\NI
throwaway. Committee. Herbert Packham several line plunges Merrll Edwards been, accomplished during Book curl. IN roi'vrv' jriMJH'M ('ot II" ', may: l lead to 81 *plMs. ,1 Mi
I and your mode of life talk Miw Week UIII>KOIIII roi vrv, Fi.oniitA, Nervous HesvdaelM. Nerr.SM .
yourself gave a on Safety. Blanchard at least we hope so Ellzl\beth-One hair-set that will MBS.
\ are, and your again put the ball over for: NOTU'IJ lii hrrohy given tii nil Indigestion and boot .* k
really a
they of the F. E. R A. office I .
what gavean six more points. Harold kicked the -- stay In for life. whom It may concern Hint I, T "
I Is on solid ground, whether Interesting talk. Monday afternoon l TKNTH GKAI>E NK\VS' Mary Lucille Torode Someone Ki-mik I.an.lriini::: ': M* Guardian. oft ether onpleassunl disturfaaaoesk
for extra point making the total score WIllliiin AmlrcwH, H minor Way don't try Dr. MDefHTervMCMt
onward, or : I Anthony : :yon
[ gradual step at 2:00: o'clock Mr. Ogden, We are glad to have a new to
the ,130.. pupil giggle with. will nn the Sat hay uf Ottt'winbvr, A. I NervlM TabUtotJnst
|Hidden spring over a precipice.decision and Mr. Wills gave talks on the I Later in the game two more, Frances Ditto from Wllllaton. 'Dot MarwickSome stamps. II, 1934, upply, 1o the .lu Hnnnrnhlu l.. In and ElK one to a half glass .<
with Perrymnn County
>ra to say "No" with de- Townsend Plan. touchdowns were made; one by; I, Grace Arwood. visited, in Jacksonville Mr. Gray-A good score in ,the fin Mranfrnri County. Klnrldn, nt hlHortlpo water makes) a pleasant, BpartoHns -
wf'with caution; "No" Tuesday Lemar Smith and the last one by Friday football game for B. H. s In Htnrk. nt ID ,.'('hwk A. M. drink delightfully sooihln* .ti 'ir '
ion whenever it resists tempta- Talks on "Enriching: Character Weeks.: An extra point was addedto mong those attending the Garfield Mrs. Long--One perfect English or .0 l>"noon hvnrd.thereafter for nuthnrlty a. the to limitvrvan noil to owr-tazed nerves I Yt '
{,; "Yes" with caution whenever Through Education," by Rev. G. the Week's touchdown by Woo- Evans League Union In Wal- class. At private mile, tho entire liiturimt Dr. MIUs Nrvln Is now '
A promise and 1 "talo. of HHM minor In the tol."WhlM' wade to two forms-LtqnU MktEffervMcmt .'
do last
a promise. were!
piles H. Lowry Rev. C. B. Price, and ten making the total score at the, Thursday night Charles Pender--An assistant : dufuirlhftt 'lamln In Hruil Tablet. Doth bass ,
i given la a bond inviolable. Rev. B. M. Montgomery. conclusion of the 200. Margie McMillan, Katie FugaU for his work, ford County, Florida, to-wit I HI\<, of dee&
you can rely upon a peril Talk by Frances Cadman on game and Al Kay Carlisle. Robert Chapman-A trip to Tal HUli:\ <>t HUU and a Acres In tiN C.nr. UM sm soothing
Bn he Last Friday the Tornadoes put ii.r nt "\ nf the HW", nt Nectl"ne UM at pu drag II ts nc'
then you know when says "Honesty." Talk by Mr. Leon A. another victory on their list. We Mildred Brown visited In Green lahassee, every afternoon. o p'or'H nnnir' ll Knows a thing, he knows It, and Gray. with Cove Springs Saturday Mrs. Carpenter-More A's In Wl* 'tn HWTownxlilu / of 8 5.: '.' M I I. E';,
the Homecoming
won game 7 H. U""lI'e la 13
lea be says he will do a thing, Wednesday Chiefland 6-0. This game was --- history Which xppljeatlm\ will b. based. :"
ItriU do it.FACULTY. Piano duet by Tommy Ritch and, one of the hardest fought battles A survey at a large western col- on the petition. now on file In the e flflJ2rt.11.eICe'l.t'

w Jean Davis. Violin solo by N. T. of the The two very evenly lege showed the average freshmanhad Blind worms are not blind;' they Huld Court.liatvrt October ill 1084. (1DDN E 7
SOCIETY Ritch accompanied by. Tommy; matched year.teams Just battled back $2.17 in his pockets. The senIor have very sharp and brilliant T. "BANK ,LANUIUJM, y U G Ly
and Mrs. Gray visited Mrs.ift average was 60 cents.i eyes, though somewhat small. Milan Inn.
fr. Ritch. Talk, by Mary Elizabeth I and forth In the middle of the field llaBtll80vMI
and Mrs. Hal Half- i __ __ ____.__ __ ..
parents Smith of the 7th grade Talk by; until the last two minutes of play r-- ----- -- -- n _-. -- -.--- --- --- 5y
and called on .
In Apalachicola Beatrice'Miner "Criticism. --
a on when Merrll Edwards caught a -
: Gray's mother at Hlnson, Four Glee Club numbers by the, and ran twenty-two yards fora y'
dda,, and Secretary R. A. Gray combined Senior Girls and Boys pass touchdown. Lamar Smith showed

Tallahassee.In. Glee Clubs. Talk by Herbert up fine In this game as he made
poweU Carpenter, Mrs. T. Packham. Mr. Clyde Howard gave, most of the total yardage made
Long and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid a talk on Improving the Rural by scrimmage, also Harrel, Weeks
i the houseguests of Mrs.\ Kin Schools." Mr. Gray then gave stalk and Wooten did some outstanding

d's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.rim .. on "Schools of Tomorrow. playing as a matter of fact, the Blanks
of Tampa, Florida, overwetkend. Thursday whole team did some very good Legal M
They were enter- Plano solo, "PnHchltplle" by wcrk when they e"t Chleflnndjv.ho
\ wlli; : a.I I6vcy! bridge-tea by'' Rachmaninoff, played by Mrs I I had their strongest team In
mi.C. C. Hoppe on Saturday aft- I Levy Canova. "Typing to Music" several years.
loon, and were the incentive for : by members of the Typing Class I I The boys performed quite a feat

lumber of other social courtesies C:. Talk en "Our Commercial Pub- when they played the Jacksonville _v'I'
lie there, and included a trip to I' (acts" by Sidney Hershfleld. Talk I I Yellow jicUcU on the Monday after ) $ Carry the Following in Stock

I Petersburg and : on "Financing Our Schools" by the Cilofland game and they ,', :Y" j :
ty returned to paM-:1-GrUle'1' representative f rp m Sociology performed yet ... gi cater feat when ( i > **VsAv. <:v

f night after a most pleasant Class, Herbert Packham. "Devel they beat them. The final score ,
i>. opment of Character and Citizen being 30. We gained these three Warranty Deeds -, '
iir. Howard spent the week-en'l ship" by Representative! from Civics points whn with only four minutes I t I '

i his wife in Wllllstou. Flor- Class, a talk by Marjorie Mar- to play; Keeffee Harrel kick :
wick. Report from recreation from our 13 yard .' ; ;
ed field goal
a i Bills of Sale .
Marwlck. ,
commltee, by Dorothy I f
Beosley visited his wife's line. ,, f;
"The Days Fly Past and Life Goes *", ,
nta at Citra With Them," talk by Grace Green, ELEMENTAKVCHAPEL '

L Wall Lucile went Edwards to St. Augustine.went, toraonville 7th grade. Talk on Financing-- Our PROGRAM I I ShortJFQnnJ CbattteLM-ortgages! ., -- -. i : Schools byMrGrayFriday ; ," fft
\ Saturday. : Armistice Program ,I First on the program the assembly 4 .
i Annie Mae Pearce went to Poem "In Memoriam," by Frances sang "America" followed by I Mortgage Deeds ; I j

kaonvUle Saturday; and Mon- Cadman, and the assembly re the Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute. i

mained standing silently for one- They then sang "Smiles. "

Hart and Mrs. Wainwright half minute in memory of those Next Virginia, Anderson sang "" Agreements for Deed
t t Monday In Jacksonville. wh/ made the supreme sacrifice. ,.I I "Sweet Summer Song." Ida Lou '' i
t. H. C. Ritch spent Monday Mr. A. J. Thomas then gave a very Davis gave a reading "The Animal '.' ;
| Gainesville visiting,her father, Interesting talk. The assemblythen Store." Then ft group of girls ?' Leases '". '.,. '
i Hazel Adklna went to Jack sang war songs. Miss Rosalind 'I from the Fourth Grade gave a Turpentine i tli ; 1
lit Saturday. Jacobs' sixth grade presented I number led by Virginia Anderson. ..
__- a- most impressive pantomlne and Sarah Barefoot fa- : I. ..
CALENDAR OF EVENTS "Saying Goodbye." A talk was VGl'f'dtl1. assembly with a piano ,4., Land Contracts 4 { ; J}, ,.; '.' .. I-
lay-Girls Glee Club. given on Flag Etiquette followedby duet. Bessie Taylor gave a read- ,' r ?" ::tfq-:,. '. .. r: t__
onday-F. E. R. A. Sociology Flag Salute "A Toast To The Ing "The Kittens Night Off." Joe 5. ?, ,. : : I ,,
; 1
i,Mr. Weld, teacher Flog" was given by Elizabtth Hol- Andrews then sang two songs. ,-',. Plain Notes ',.. ; ; "ly', ."" I d''
ay-Junior Girls Glee Club llngsworth Louise Kite, and Grace The Fourth Grade girls gave an- '.

esday-Faculty Meeting. Adklna. A poem by Marjorie other chorus Wanda Whitfleld ; >\
tuesday-Public School Art Johns, "God Save the Flag." A and Freddy Wimberly entertained Retain Title Notes .' j'j'rJ'l

Mrs. Mitchell, teacher.' I talk by Virginia Fugate, "Reasons the assembly with two numbers ,'i.: ,
Wednesday-Senior Boys Glee Why We Do Not Want War." which were enjoyed very much. ? yAlso
ih. Mr. Gray then gave a talk which Led by the Elementary Cheer .* II

Wednesday_p. y.'Meeting at was followed by a boys quartet Leaders, school yells and songs '.._ '
J o'clock. sung by Jim Moore Edwards, were given with much enthusiasm I the Following Signs: :; '
ay-Grammar School cay Charles Pender, Ronald Flits, and ,. Mr. Gray concluded the program "' ,
third period. James Holllngsworth. We were with announcements ... i t I
ITliurjdny-Junior Boys Glee very glad to have* our guests the / ): ,-!

New River School .pupils and ENGLISH POSTERS %\ For Rent Signs .: ..
if "
[Wday-High School Assembly, teachers. You have missed !
t Period, Mr. Benson's room, in The Armistice program ended you haven't seen the posters In "'\, ;:/ I

fVTiiday- Educational Week for B. H. S. The .. Long' room. These posterswere <.K '
-Last football game ofTyear students spent much time In making made by English Id students, x-r. Closing Signs v t + ,, '.1. I

here with Bolles School.,. this week a successful one and and are very attractive and inter ',,> : 'T* /I "' i

>ALITIES THAT. WILtT' they splendid should programs be commended that'they on have the esting.The first takes up the life and ""'''. 2" *.".'.;..0,.<:!' No Trespassing Signs ,>' ,\.-' ," :" j,

t ENABLE: YOU TO WIN put on this week.. In their homerooms works of Poe, Bryant and Irving, ,-' v
Personality Is work has beenon of the great writers of the ,>: > '
your working capP some of their three '. ,. r
wd your letter of credit.. display as well as posters, etc. days of "Early American Roman- I ; .
|four salary represent five pert In the hall and on' the ticism." I And Office ". "
Interest on the value ofObservation. :your bulletin on display board. Educational Week The second Is on the '>life and -, ..;....r, Supplies: / '
"' "''''
ttlstWty this year is one to be remembered writings of the "Four Interpre- ."iI".. ;t-
Concen- students. ten" Melville Emerson, Hawthorne I ;
by the :
Comparison. Memory. ImUon and Thoreau. Carbon
?* Reason, and .It1dcment.IkUablUty ELEMENTARY: NEWS Third Whittier and Holmes, 1 .J PaperTypewriter || P
Honest Loyalty their lives and most noted works : I
rlty, Enthusiasm, Faith. Op- Firs Grade A-B are ably portrayed.And Ribbons .' ,';' : t
and Ambition. We are reading In our new El- last, but not least Is the life t

U T CouraSe--> Decision, InltlaPunctuality. son Reader. We have some nice and writings of Jamas Russet Lowell __
i. Energy Careful- Indian Posters In our room. and the beloved Longfellow.The \ "
and Discipline. Miss. Madge Mlddleton's room. English in students have Rubber ,Stamps I B >
( project as a partof '
Fine OWe completed: a good rosuY

Business) Efficiency: have been studying our Dumben Education Week..
made by Elisabeth Hollings- and today Joan and Carol won .
Twelfth Grade-Leon A. the prizes. We have started making P. T. A. SPONSORS PLAY '
v. Teacher, things for Thanksgiving. The P. T, A. ia sponsoring the I uY, ;;
,- .......-- Miss Annie Mae Pearce's room. play, "Peggy Breezes In" on Friday Bradford County Telegraph K'i';
boWU..>ozITf First E night,
a Our class is putting on a Health o'clock at the Woman's Club. This
k a blonde. Program for P. T. A. Wednesday play promises to be a very entertaining -

*'vy hair afternoon. We hope all our mothers ; one and you wUl be able. Y'I
tgtit 163: p'.unJs: '. Height ft. will come. to spend a most enjoyable evening
II sector Mrs. Jeanette Kincald' room. as well as helping the P. T. A. ,
7"Y: POPular. First F A chorus of High School girls, .
fright In week our and boys are the high school's addition
hla udJel.I.atan. We hay eworked all on
of i, cir to the play. The best of our
our. :ItbaU fellow. Circus Project. Come see our J
week'. Martha local talent I. taking part so don'tmiss -
an.wer: cus. -- -
_. :
Miss Ruby Ltlley's room the play Friday night ,

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I ... ... NOVEl\IBF.n. .n
'I' --- o.--===';;;;0Presbyterian -'--- ---- -----'--- -- -sJi!!
' Ladies Meet Woman's Club] Holds ;Fortnightly Music Study Intermediate C. E. Met of the program for --.;::

: With Mrs. YoungThe Interesting Meet WednesdayOn Club] Met FridayThe Friday At ChurchThe and presented t a very the attehl

; ; Ladies Auxiliary of' the Wednesday afternoon October Fortnightly Music Club I program. During the Interest!
i.Jocictyj Presbyterian Church, met at the 14, the Woman's Club of held its first meeting on Friday, members of the Intermediate session l /It was decided budoc
Christian Endeavor' of the ,Presbyterian
home of Mrs. H. H. Young:Tuesday Starke held an interesting meetIng. Nov. 9, eight o'clock at the home Thanksgiving have
afternoon with the president, with Mrs. Church met at the party,
of Mrs H. V. Knight, \
Nov. SO, at
S Mrs. E. M. Davis Church Friday afternoon for' their the Manse
1 presiding. The president Mrs. Edward Knight as' the leader.
r I
The meet gopened with a Burns, presided' and Mrs. O. L. A business meeting was first I regular meeting. I Robert JacKson,
j W. O. W. To Honor Pass Sunday School Thanksgiving Praise Service conducted Eeasley Chairman of Civics Committee held, at which time it was decided Margaret Lowry was In charge Publicity Chalrn
?'r Twenty-Five" Year Members Training: Course TestAt by Mrs. Q.H.Lowry.At the had charge of the program to change the meeting hour '
close of this service the ladles presented for the afternoon. from 8:00: to 730.: The meetings I --
Friday evening, Nov. 16K the, the close of the ,Sunday a special Thanksgiving off Mrs. H, H. Young, chairman of will continue to be held every second -
Woodmen of the World !Camp No. School Training Course, which was eying Mrs. Donald :MacQueen gave education, outlined quite a full and: and fourth Fridays in each '
; 138 will hold Its regular meeting.At I held at the First Baptist Church, a very Inspiring talk on prayer-, Interesting program for her work I month. Mrs. Gertrude Godbey IU law Florist
that time the Camp will present the'week of October 21, a test was viewing a chapter: In toe book, for the year. The new year books The program for the meeting ,
membershl "Lord, Teach Us To Pray." The were distributed to club members. .
twenty-five year ] was on the subject of First Cen-
given on the courses, studied, and
badges to the following: C N. Bible study which was a reviewof Mrs. L. A. Davis gave a report of tury American Music ((1620-1800)) FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Cooper. A H. Harley t.. H/Htll, those passing this test were Mrs. the book of Esther, was con the Beautification meeting held by Mrs. Lowry gave a clever,,and In-
W. P. Smith and'G. P. Wadsworth. A. M. Darby, Mrs. H..L. Brownlee,. ducted by Mrs W. A. Bonham. the Bradford-Union Federation teresting outline of the music and Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers
Cot D. E. Knight will give the Mrs. J. L. Silcox, Mrs Mae Priest, Mrs. H. H. Young was elected dele meeting In Lake Butler, Novem- composers of this era. Artistic Floral
presentation address and a full attendance Mrs. R. L. Kemp, Mrs Q. A. Anderson gate to the Florida Synodlcal ber 12. Mrs Beasley announcedthat Sirs. Young read the biographyof DesignsWe
of lodge members In desired which convenes in West Palm a, clean-up campaign would
Francis first
Hopklnson our
V, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs Beach next week. Miss Isabel Fernandez be put on in.the near future. American composer, after: which TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Time

J. W Morgan, Sec'y L. O. Powell, Miss Doris Silcox. gave 'a'' very entertaining The,, Penney'_"Farms Women's Mrs. R. J. Davis sang in a charming Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association
Mrs W. J. Epperson. Mrs. 0.' J. and Instructive talk on "Spain To- Chorus, consisting of twelve ladies manner one of this -compos A Guaranteed Bonded Service

Miss Dodd Candidate For Grlffla, Mr. C. B. Price, and Misses day" when she told of her recent with Miss Eloise Marcy di- er's songs "My Day Have Been So i 311 CHURCH ST.
Ethel Moore and Fannie Silcox, visit to that interesting country. rector, favored the club members Wondrous Free." Mrs. Davis and PHONE No. 40
Honors Degree at F. Si; C. W and C., B. Price Jerry Moore, L. Beautiful pieces of Spanish art and Visitors ',with three< numbersas Mr.' John Powell later favored the STARK'E FLORIDAWhite
pottery, laces and linens placed on follows ""'Dear Lend Of Free- ,
The following news release tom; O. and John H. Powell, A J. :: music study group with a duet by
display created much interest.During ., dom" (G: Danizettl), "Gloria in
the News Bureau of Florida 'State Thomas Hopkinson, entitled "The Travel
College, for Women, Tallahassee, the social hour which Extenao":'(SirVJltlchael,. Da Costa) Benighted.." -
followed the hostess served a delicious and Christmas Dream" (Her
will be of interest here? Warren-Smith "My Mrs. Knight then read the Interesting -
Spanish sweet course. .Von Berg7rMesdames
Miss Margaret Dodd,|tit 'Key- Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Smith, an- .. man H. V. Knight and American history Music of,our after First which Century an House, Fancy Blue ItowsRICE
stone Heights, senior at the State nounce the marriage of their Levy A. Canova, rendered three
discussion took ,
Interesting place Evaporated
College for Women, will be a can daughter, Louise, to Mr. J. P. War District Music Club] MeetIn Lpiano duets, "Contra Danse" (Bee- in which all members present tooka
didate for the honors degree at the ren ,on Saturday, November 10, Gainesville Today thoven), "Evening Song" (Schumann part. o
close of the current college term, Fantasie" MILKNo
) and "Spanish
Dr. Ralph Lee Eyman, ''professor 1934.The above announcement will Several members of the Fortnightly (Paul Wachs). Mrs. Levy Canova gave two
i Music Club In beautiful selections, the first An excellent Grade
of.education and chairman of the Study are piano j
come: as a surprise to the many The hostesses, Mesdames W. E.
faculty committee on donors work, friends of this popular couple. The I Gainesville today (Friday) where Middleton, L.., 0.. Powell, John Ug- a Prelude by Rachmaninoff and the liner evaporated !
has announced Miss Dodd Id'taking ceremony was performed at the they are attending a meeting of low. N. D. Wainwright, Sr., A. E. second a composition of ,Cyril milk Is made ftrAnlsats Of whole grulu'rlre.
honors work In home econom- the; Northern District of the Flor-. !Scott, an 'American composer. 113.
home of Mr, and Mrs Orle A. Wiggins Wall B. Montgomery: and Misses I
ics. and Immediately left after the Ida The Federation Philharmonic of Music Society Clubs. of Mary Lee Wynn, Clyde Morganand nouncements After the were program over the and meet.an- 3 Corals:: ___ 1< tje/ I WSz[WHERE ECONOMY RULES!!! 5 Pounds 21"
ceremony they on a short wed- Hazel Middleton, served deli-
,Gainesville la entertaining all out- Ing adjourned.It .
; ding trip. cious refreshments during the social -
HALL'S PLACE I The bride is of-town guests at a luncheon at I -, was announced that the next
former residentof
period. GRANDMOTIIER'8-FRES.J' Plain Sliced
'' Tallahassee and attended the Hotel Thomas, headquarters of the ,I meeting will be held on Friday or 14-Oz 18-Oz.: 24-Oz.
'' meeting. The days will I Nov. 23, 7:30: m. at the home
Your education has been Leon High School and the Florida program Baptist p.
close with recital. Training: of Mr. and Mrs. O. W Alderman,
an organ
sadly neglected until you State ,College for Women. Since BREAD 6c 8c lOc
have eaten one of our. coming to Starke she has been an Union Conference, with Mrs. Levy Canova, the lead ,
pye-i' } erIn the study of the Second Period
active worker In the Methodist '
ter sandwtchnayou have O. E.S. Notice '. The First' Baptist Church of In American Music ((1800- i IONA PLAIN or SELF RISING
not begun to live until Church, and for the past few Starke considers itself most for : 6 Ihs. 12 Ibs. 24 IDS. 48Ihs.FLOUR .
months has held a position in the The Starke Chapter Order Of 1860).
tunate in one of the
you've. tried out chill with Social Service Department of the! Eastern Star, will hold .tta' regular twelve one-day Baptist Training I 25c 47c 89c $$1.77
beans -und our barbecues 11 -
local FERA office. meeting Monday night at the Union conferences to be held Epworth League of Starke'
will be a reVf'.laUon"to'. ;you Mr. Warren.. Is the son of Mr Chapter Room at seven-thirty the state of Florida
throughout < Wins Cup and Banner! ,
1 lb. Ctn 4 Ib. Cti 8 lb. Ctn.
and Mrs M. T. Warren, attended o'clock.. from November 17th, through No-
A. Near Seaboard Station11 f Bradford Hgih School and Is employed All members of the Chapter are vember 30th. "'The conference will The local Epwortfl League memo I
41c 79c
here by the Johns Grocery urged to attend and all O.. E. S.. be held at the'church, Friday, NOvember bers were In Waldo Thursday evening COMPOUND lie

Store. visitors In Starke are welcome. .. 23rd beginning at 2:15: p., attending a.meeting: the I
m. with a devotional service by I Garfield Evans union, this union GRANULATED (DIXIE CRYSTAL)
3>BM BgS> l s==i=s 5 1 aBB B qs s ilBs BHM- the pastor. At 6:00: p.' m. there being composed of the young people '
) will be recreation and refreshments of the Methodist Church In SUGAR, 5 Lbs. 25c

after which the evening program Waldo, Hawthorne- Melroee and
GREEN'SSTORgOwned will begin: Starke., ANN PAGE-With Tomato SaucePORK&BEANS
Among the_" special speakersand Woodfin G. Halle .sr:, presidedover
leaders to take,part of.Dr. J. the meeting and Miss Kitty 5-16-oz cans 27c
: $ O. Williams, Nashville, Tenn., Miss Hogsed transacted the duties of
Winnie Rlckett, North Carolina, secretary. Wesley Aloazo, director -- ..' --- -. ..
Mr. O. K.,Radford, Wniter Haven Of the young people's work in
And Operated By L. J. Green and Dr. W, W.'WiUlan Jackson the Gainesville district talked NO.,1 MAINE
x*' about the that la',to be
s ville. meeting
WE BUY CHICKENS AND EGGS These conferences will be quite held in Gainesville on December7th.

informal, for the.purpose of deep- The three unions of the district '
I PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE ening the' spiritual lives of our are invited to attend 'this CABBAGE FANCY SHIPPED Lb.' 20
young people'flJitL! ,'leaders,. make meeting Starke had thirty-one DELICIOUS APPLES'' FANCY EATING 'DOL SOc
[Telephoned: r Trade At Home them mroe loyal/.,to.Christ and the members In attendance Thursday COOKING,APPLESYORK!: \ IMPERIAL) 6. Ibs. for ZSc
Bible and'' tttd kbW h, to make evening and was presented with BUNCH Tyro
them more loyal.to Christ and the j I the attendance banner. Waldo and FRESH BEETSBUNCH' 1(10( .

:FRIDAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 & 17 lar training union work.. Starke tied for'possession of the ORANGES CELERY '(FANCY FANCY FLORIDA STALK') DOB. 20o JOe

I The Meeting will be character Efficiency Cup. but it'was later' GRAPEFRUIT (FANCY,MEDIUM) S,for So
,..s" 6 LBS. 12-LBS. 21-LBS ized by special group conferences, awarded to the local! League.
an Intermediate Sword Drill anda After the business session ad-
i pi FLOUR 'IlW; CO SELF RISING 25c 46c 87c Better Speaking Contest by journed, the young people wentto BANANAS 3 Lbs. for lOc
: Senior Bv<-Y. P. U. members., the eastern Star Hall and en
Churches and, B. Y_ P. U. or- joyed a social hour. At the close
I'1LL BURY'S BEST 33c 60c $1:16': ganlzatlods will'' send representatives of the evening a salad course was
4i to the conference nearest served. Winner Pearl Hominy Highest Quality, hock
them within the range of, sixty to The next union meeting will be Highest QualityGRITS Ground ,
7 SWORD GROUND seventy-five.miles.' 'held-in- Hawthorne; Decembe MEAL

it I iJar:: T. A. Notice-;- 13th. ,

MUSTARD 12c COFFEE 2Lbs. .,::25c.: (fP.The Starke Parent' Teacher Association B. H. S. Homecoming 5 Bolted or Unbolted
5 14'
11IU will,hold Its regular Dance Well Attended P"un" _____d 13' Pound _,_??__
8.OZ. CAN meeting at the High School auditorium
The Bradford High School annual -
next Wednesday afternoon,
MACKEREL t 5c COFFEE Can 17c Nov.' :2 Vat'threjt o'clock.' dance homecoming, given at'' *"'reception the Woman's' and
A good attendance of patronsand Club building last Friday evening, NUCOA Lb. 16c
I is desired. ,
teachers ,.
well attended.'
DOMESTIC 3 CANS lOc ;r" ,..- was The large auditorium and sun DRY SALT-WESTERN -Boneless. .
: .rt I15c'.7 ,BaptistV. Al. ,,U. Notice' parlor' of the club,. was,artistically :

SARDINES lOc MATCHES. 2'Pkgs.., t.4.. The, 'business., 'and. program meet-. red decorated and black In, the a color high ,school scheme colors of NEAT ; Lb: 16c

Ing of. the Baptist Woman'sMiedonary
and a short was given -
program '
be held at theChurch'
Union, will
under the direction of Sullivan
:: Monday: afternoon

SUGAR 15 Lbs. 25c MEAL lO.Lbs. 22c ".J'three-thirty Afl member o'clock.if,the society are Carter the.affair..; local projects;director..The.program, ''who of FERA sponsored opened recreational .- Iona> Brand P. A 0.DeUcloueRich .

urged to ,attend,. welcome SOAP
with an address of by
N0. 1 9POtTQE I r"" -*-
l r Residents of a Mexican colony : Robert Chapman, president of the ,
][ : senior class, which was respondedto l-lb Can 2-lb. Can
east of San Jose a

church of,adobe. |}hricka: ., ,Wall by'president an address of the by Ahunnt.Harold,Lit-'C. 13 L,)o 4 'Giant Bar* _____.-.-_ 150

; tie Betty Hayes and Marjorie Sue
$ S IDlOc 'Mlddleton gave a clever tap dance

number. The reception was held KLIM ,l LB. CAN 63c
RITZ"THEATRE In.the sun parlor of the club and
the remainder of the evening was FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST CAKE 3c
.. BTARK1a,'FW1gmA. spent In dancing the muss; being

I furnished by Louis ,Juningan, it QUAKER'OATS, 55-oz.Pkg. 19c
BANANAS 'FRIDAY Chaperones at. this affair were: ROYAL BAKING POWDER Lb. Can 39c

,BACON Lb. 15c Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. O,C. Register 21c
,_ _. TABLEH' I ," FRHJAY. NOV.. 18, Mrs.-F, H. Long, Mrs. W. E. PLUMITE Can
.. Cecil B. DeMlUe. Middleton and Mr.; PACIFIC TOILET'TISSUE

PRINCE,ALBERT lOc SALT 3Pkgs. I lOc ZCLEOPATRA"With,} Claudette Colbert C. Wall. CHIPSO, ''Small.:3: for 20c

Warren William--Henry Wily Montle'Hutchings Celebrates
FANCY 3 I FLORIDA' : ooxon-Gertrude, ,Michael Second Birthday'Anniversary -....- ,- ---'
EIGHT O'CLOCK-Mild. Mellow Pure Santos

ONIONS3- Lbs. lOc SYRUP GaL SOc -The* '8ATUKDA.Y.NOV.11 Man From Hell- Hutching birthday la celebration anniversary entertained of little her about Montie second COFFEE :Lb., 2c!

Reh RuMen twenty-five of her little friends at
Atoo Comedy and Silver Brook, Print or AP Fancy Tub -Finest Pure Cream rr
'n party Tuesday afternoon at the
OUR MEATS ARE THE VERY BEST 'Chapter ,* -TheSUN.MON WolI': ,Dog'!.
R.home.R.Hutching-of her parents, Mr.'and Mrs. BUTTER t Lb. 35c

.ROUND MIXED .. NOV. 118"THEFQJJNTAIN" A color'''scheme of pink and
white was effectively carried: out SUNKYFIELD: :-QUICK COOKING

STEAK Lb. 15c GROUND MEAT''.2 Lbs 25c Brian Ann Abernf Harding. '-Jmn Paul HersheltAbo Lukas and In the games decorations were enjoyed of this during home, OATMEAL 1211=41b.ctns.! 15cDEL

the afternoon.
News ,,and Comedy
FLORIDA f SIRLOIN Centering the dining table was l\IONTl-BOYAL!: ANN
TUES.WED..'NOV.20-31 the beautiful birthday, cake, on

PORK CHOPS Lb. 14c STEAKS Lb. 18c "The Circiia Clown"I The which birthday stood the cake two with pink Ice candles.cream CHERRIES, 2No.l 1 Cans 29c

With Joe E.: Drown was served to the guesU. The lit.
I RAJAH Supreme quality SALAD Half Pt. Pint Qt
HOME MADE SMALL "tie hortws lecoCved a shower of
TIIURS.-FRI.,NOV. :23-23: I gift from her little friends. '
Mrs. R. R.Hutchmga was asslut4 DRESSING lOc 15c 25r.
SMOKEDSAUSAGE "Gridiron Flash"
22c WEINERS Lb. 1& ,
I I m entertaining little folks
I ,
II i, I Eddie qullaitDettyFnrneesa. by Mrs.\ : T. M. Hutchlngs.; JeneUeHutching TUB GREAT ATLANTIC & P.\CIFICTEA, COMPANYj"'It

I and: Louise 'Stern. ,..,..
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--- --------,------ --.-=-"= --. ._--. .---- ,- ------ -._--- ...... ., PAC.K FIVM
--- -- ---
of Charley the week R Johns In spent the first The members of the SUrke Mr. and Mrs Nat Sternberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin DuBooe, and i M. L. Brownies and daughter-

he attended the Pcnsacola. where Chapter Order of Eastern Star,I daughter Miss Lillian, spent the little son, Sammy, have recently Miss Mary, spent the w ok-_n Bits of State Legislators, assemblage of enjoyed a spend-the-day party week-end In Jacksonville the moved here from Lake Butler. Mr.I Detent With Col. and Mr, j, B}. 1 S
Friday, at the home of Mrs. W. J. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.Greenblatt. DuBose Is operating Red'a Servo Futclu. They were .accompanied ; i

Miss Leah Struth, of Jacksonville Epperson. ice Station on Temple Avenue. back' toStarke,, Sunday by Mm. /' ,
4 L -- Brownlee'and little Madge Brown- '
spent Sunday and Monday Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White and< lit Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Misses Harrietand loa Ne here with bur Mrs. A. M, Darby, left Friday
Local Mr.. and
Mrs. W. H. Struth. Ue Frances Whiteof! Tallahassee, for New Orleans, La., where she Dorothy Ritch. Miss. Hope visit In DeLand with Col. and Mrs
spent Armistice**'eek- nd here visiting will enjoy a visit with her son- Haynes, Mrs. Annie Richard and :Futch. + CtN
Mr. White's mother, Mrs. J. Mr. Morgan Richard were visitorsto I'' __
CONCERNING BUSINESS AND Mr and Mrs F. A. Canova of in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.C.
Jacksonville afternoon
W. White and :Mrs. White's Monday
Gainesville W. Chalker. New evidence has been added ti r'r
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Starke .spent Wednesday ,In Mr and with Mr. Canova's copper
mother Lester Price Robinson, of Apop
I normal blood formation ,
IM3 Mrs E. E. Canova. The Woman's Missionary Soci- ka, spent the week-end with

ety of the Methodist Church will frlonds in Starke, and was among -
L-- I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer, and NAT SEZ: meet Monday afternoon at three the out-of-town guests at the
!? Lucille Edwards spent Sat- Miss Lucille Mitcnt-it ana Sam son, of Jacksonville, were week- o'clock, at the church. Devotional Bradford High School Homecoming. -
lIfIaY( In Jacksonville Mitchell are enjoying a visit In end guests of her parents, Mr. and There comes a time In every and'business meeting. FRESHM.VP e's ;1 1a
Lakeland. Mrs. :J. C. Manning. man's ,\
life when he has to makea
George a visitor Mrs T. T. Long. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter
change. Sometimes the
gre.Jacksonville Monday.' Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLendonwere Proto and Mrs. Leon A. Gray and for better and changeia Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Struth and and Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid,
to children, and Mrs. W. IX Edwardsand
visitors to Jacksonville children, visited relatives the week-end in I
Wednesday at Apalachicola often for spent Tampa
very little daughter Predrlka, of
J- H. Klnlaw' was a visitor Afternoon.Misaea .. Hinson and Tallahassee worse. The h where they were guests of Mrs.
I Mrs m Jacksonville Tuesday.r during the weekend.Mrs. wintry breezes Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof Klncaid's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. 4 1S
.Gladys Williams and the past few Mr. and Mrs W. H* Struth. C.Durden. .-.

L. Matthews, of Ala hua, was Helen Prather spent Wednesday H :J. Sewell and daugh- days have been

,, visitor| here Wednesday. In Jacksonville. ters, Sara and Betty Jo, of Gainesville the cause of Mr. and M .. Charles 11'. Ward, Miss Gloria Johns returned Monday :: :: : : ; ::
E -- spent Monday with Mr. and many a man who have spent the past several afternoon from Jacksonville, ,
Theodore Young was a business Mrs. A McDowell, of Lake Mrs. Graham Causey. making ''a months here with Mrs. Ward's pa- Where she had spent three day. -AT

(vI.ltor, to Jacksonville Friday. Butler, was a visitor to Starke change. The rents, Mr. and Mrs.. John Uglow, with hr mother, Mrs. Thelma '
.- -- Friday afternoon. Mrs. Little S. Lewis, of Apopka, change has been have returned to Plant City where Johns, and her grandmother Mrs. THE MAGNOLIAFISH

Mrs. F, B. Carradlne, of Lawtey, -- spent the week-end in Starke with from short ones they will spend the winter T. J. Griffin.

I.as a visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. Barney E. McRae, and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, to long ones. If MARKET
..<- children; of the State Farm, were and Mrs. James Lewis you are one of Mrs. S p Vandlvlere and son Mr and Mrs. Earl Middleton,

Mr, and Mrs. H. D. Abernathy, visitors here Friday. -Randolph- those contemplating a change, Pitner, went to Tallahassee the Mrs. Mae Jones, Raleigh Dowlingand ALL FISH AND OVS- '
Mr. and
d Graham, were visitors here .-- Boree, and are still on the fence deciding first of the week, where they were two children, Betty and Rus- TKUS
I Mies Elma Thomas, of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- Dr. Vandlvlere who has I Bell, all of Jacksonville, TIIEtFREalE1EST
ljeedeYs of Green whether to or not to come in and joined by were TO I1K :: A
day of Mrs.
-'- Cove Springs, was a visitor here Boree's parents, Mr consult with me. I specialize in' returned to/Florida" after spending I guests Sunday of Dr and Mrs. W. OBTAINABLE ?' ,
and Mrs. G. H. \
.MUs Patsy Brlnson of Hugh, Saturday afternoon. Bennett. those cases and there Is no charge: six weeks In the North. R. Mlddl ton.
friends here during i I --
visiting for consultation.
I je was, weekend Mr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Ritch, Mr and'Mrs. J. C. Hoover Mrs. 1IILj'L. JIIJU .1 j]
C. F. Hoover
Mrs. H. H. Young,
of the
State Farm, were visitors Men's
:Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs..N. D. here Sunday afternoon. and Theodore Young, were vIsItors UNION sUITs I a+l
Wainwright Jr.,,were injacksonliille to Jacksonville Thursday.

Monday. Mrs. :J. F. Shaw and childrenof -- Medium heavy' Weight
_. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank, and
the State Farm, were visitors 98c Tip Top Grocery
'k.lss Muriel MoBley, of Jackson- here. afternoon. :'little daughter, Betty Lewis, of
rille l ,was a week-end guest of'Miss Thursday Lake City, were guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis
!Ptrle Manning. R. L. Geiger, of Green Cove I\llInMlnJ\e
Springs, was a business visitor I "
Full FahlomdHOSIERY
'Mrs. H C. Ritch spent Monday here Wednesday afternoon. I Little Mary Anne Canova, of >
Ik Gainesville, visiting her father, Gainesville, was in Starke the first '
of the week visiting her y
IT,B. Demaree. Mrs M. E. Edwards and grand- grand- I 91 Irregulars

,,son in A.Gainesville.Z Adkins,Tuesday.Jr., were. visitors mother MI' ,and Mrs.Mrs.E. E.,R.Canova.-S. Johns, of 69c FRUIT CAKE MATERIALS AT LOWEST/ PRICES'BALLARD'S k

---- f
Lake Butler, were in Starke Sun-
ii- Mrs. David Paulk, is
spending day visiting Mrs. Johns' parents Special
TABLE TALK-Plain Self Rising ?;
the winter here with her parents, or
Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Green. Druid LL Sheeting
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underbill. 6 LBS. 12JLBS. 21 LBS. 11''
I 39 Inch Wide
Misses Sylvia Hackel and Edith j
r Mr. and Mrs. Levy A. Canova, j lOc<<:'
Berk, of Jacksonville, were guests FLOUR
and Mrs. G. W. Alderman,
were 27c4c89cGINGER
during the week-end of Misses ,
visitors to Gainesville, Tuesday. Rosalind and Miriam Jacobs.
t New Fall d ,,
J ,
Eddie J. Lewis, A. L. Green and DRESSESJuHt s "v ,rxY
Mr. and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis
Russell Green, of the Brooker section and daughter Jean, and Mrs. H. arrival ALE 2 Bottles ISc
were visitors,here,Friday. ; BANANASdllbil15c| ,
H. Young, were visitors to Jack- $3.95 $ '
APPLE JELLY 14-oz jar lOc
sonville Saturday afternoon. -
Mrs. Felton Vanadoe, of Savannah LETTUCE, I large head 7/2C
THEe GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH Ga., Is the guest of her par- Mrs.-P.-M.-Barefoot and daugh- DILL PICKLES, Qt. jar 15c _

FOR THE MONC.Y ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. ters, Juanita and Sara, Mrs. A. H. Mrn'o PORK & BEANS, Can .Sc CELERY Fancy., each lOc ; {

Green and Mrs. Lloyd J. Green, WORK SHOES
75FZOPLE-75 Mrs. \V. 1.!. Wlmberty, :Mrs., A. P. .1-ih1t Monday U JuilvscnvUIo. CARROTS, Bunch 72c
I auis and ilrj:: J. ,C. Do\vnia; $IA9_ BUY DOMINO OLD -

BIG NEW WATERPROOF spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.G. Mrs. W, H. Williams, and infant J FASHION BROWN COCOANUTS;
TENT THEATRE V7. AUorinaa, of Tallahassee, ightei,from Betty the Jean Gill, Hosplta have beenremoved } to Men'; -' I IDRESSSHOES I SUGAR FOR FRUIT CAKE APPLES York-Imp. 6 lb.>25tf

tpcnt the weelc-enrt here at the AlUorniin UJcIv hone at the ."tate Farm. Special 3 Pkgs. 25c ,
LADIES : : house on Walnut Street.I ,
FREE TUB DATE 31.Hft-93.98
APPLES doze 25c
wroeaWrf5NOUr..vo.can,r.esgr; Mrs. T. N. Iendrlck Mies Es- W. L. Douglas ...L-_-*_:: 8oO large eating,
Mrs.: Sam Anderson Miss Dorothy Mrs. J, L. Simmonsand .,_ ____
telle Kendrick Other tirades ,.no 17c
o''e.' MILK Tall Cans CABBAGE
xq GIIJ(' Sapp, and Miss Perle Manning, Miss Annlo Mae Pearce were ,3 Fancy, 'Lb. 2'/2c
trp'aMalaasisetsi i ue were visitors to Jacksonville: Mon- visitors to Jacksonville Monday. IT PAYS TO': BUY AT I

5 day., PEAS, Large Can lOc NEW POTATOES, 3 lbs, lOc r

Mrs. C. A. Flitch. Mrs. J. C. STERNBERG'SStarke.
6VAUDEVILLE AC'rS-15 Wesley Stearns, of Leesburg, Hoover, Mrs. H. H. Young, and
was in Starke during the week- Cyrus H. Sistrunk, were visitorsto Florida
GIRlS! GIRLS!!.,GIRLS!!! end visiting his'aunt, Mrs. MariaHull. Gainesville Friday afteinoon.Mr. POTATOES 10Lbs.l2cMEAL
-- ,
mil.I .et Nisirr t leer sews eat tent "
'; l a4vR[ ) sod lira. C.: 1C. Strickland, COLDS
atlssrtipwrcgurra -nwniTW Mrs L. E. Moseley and children, of Gainesville, are announcing the
of the State Farm, have recently birth of Julia Elizabeth 666, .H ONE a daughter '
NIGHT ONLY- I moved to their home on Cherry et the AlacKua: County Hospital FEVERtlrnt c 10 Lbs. 25c | Peaches No..2/* can 15c

STARKEFRIDAY Street. November 11. Mrs. Strick- ..r ?
I, land was formerly Miss Claudia
Miss Miriam Jacobs, of Lacoo- Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.T. NeadacheseLY1e. '

NOV. 23RD chee with her spent parents the week-end Mr. and In Mrs.Starke. B. J. Terry of Lawtey.. -.11:10. ]Ife TAUI.E'1'Dre.ehe aM _I..t_ NEIL SYRUP, Gal. 60cI 0. K. POWDER 5 for 1 lOclOc, 7A

Nudism St. at Broadway Jacobs ',
Tent Located on Knight Lot FANCY TALL '

I Earl Searing; of Savannah, Ga., SALMON ;
/- Is spending this* ,week here with STARKE ''e e PINK CAN ":
his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. O. ''M

jFNT< A .WORD Searing.Mr.. and. Mrs. R. M. Sparkman' 22 SUGAR 5Lbs. 25c, I LARD ,4Lbs.; 41 c' t ,J

COLUMN and Mrs. Twyman Marshall of THURSDAY NOV.

Jacksonville, were visitors here Whole Grain' DelMonte 1 '
I.MALK HELP'WANTED Monday. 3 P. M. and 8 P. M.. RAIN OR SHINE 't Creamery' v ""t'

STEADY!: WORK-GOOD PAY Mrs. Stanley Cacnell and two RICE ; ,,,,

RELIABLE.! MAN WANTED to sons,. of Orraond. are'guests this SUGAR PEAS BUTTER31c ,,1 '
an on farmers. No experience week'of her parents Mr. and Mrs. 5 Lbs. 21c '' ,w '

e capital: needed.< Write today. F. A. Scott Kay Bros. Circus No.: 2 Can ... ..?. 16c '" r '
JfcNEas CO., Dept., B, Freeport. .
Blnois. Mrs. William Norris, and son, ? jrjsa?'
Robert Dodd, are enjoying a weeks SALAD DRESSING
FOR> three PRJJllES S +t
SALE--Store '..
corner, visit In Quincy with Mr. and Mrs. 'WALKER'S"Performing ,
city lots, seven room houae. wm SI- RITCHIE
Cecil: 0.'PrlceMrs. Large 3 Pounds&/*
loll all or part reasonably. Information Foot Dogs Ponies _25c '
corner'- of Tenth. and Eva H.:Raulerson and Mines Japanese Jugglers and Head. and Monkeys." OR,RELISH SPREAD p
Cherry Street. Mrs. M.,Thorn
Loulseand Annabel Raulersonof Balancers PEACHES New Lb. 15c
And Many
it.REAL Waldo.'were, visitors here Sun- KAY UROS. FEATURESADMISSION Pt.f ? :;_ :15c; Qt. .. A. 25c ;

ESTATE FOR SALEto -A, day afternoon.
acre farm fine strawberry Dancing: Elephants4MILLERS4 Soft TissuePAPER At This Price Buy a
land bargain at $3110.00,2 story, Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Misses DOZEN Cans EV ,

"Price room; 3 house other in farms Starke also, ,bargain,Umber grave Kathryn, were.Haynes visitors and,to Lula Jackson-'Red- \ Acrobats 6 Rolls -- .. _25c REDY Dog Food,each 7k

landl. Want other listings., Aubrey vUle Thursday, European

hAN Frink, Real Estate:: Broker. Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll, WELLS BROS. TOMATOES Fancy No. 2 Can 7c

WANTED for Rawleigh of Jacksonville were weekend Comedy Acrobats IA:
Route of soo families Good guest of Mrs.. Carroll's mother, '

ronte for hustlers. We train and Mrs. F. H. Long. .... 3SILVEULAKEs3Aerialists r '
YOu. Write AT TIP TOP ,
\awletgh!\ immediately Supreme I MARKET{
Co.. Dept, 11'FAK-125-SA: Mrs. O J. Griffin and Owen W. 3'
lIemphla, Tenn. 12-2tp Griffltt, of SI). Augustine were Tribe of Genuine __ IF
-- i. .- '
CALLING CARDS, allY size guests of Dr. and. Mrs. E. L. Biggs INDIANS 1 I LARGE FRANKS, Lb., 15c Pork Chops, Western, Lb 21c

11.00&r\mrned for!60; $L6o for '100. Mono- last week-end. Clownlf12 st I HAMBURGER, Lb. -.."12ZCFANCY BABY'BEEFaa'
!! stationery 100 sheets 12-Funny r.

County rod 100 euvc''P s', 275. Bradford A PERCUIIAK ILA1M
-. -Telegraph. Phone 29. .tf... ,To Hvlfrv Orttlm Ce MlBklaThl LE-ROY TRIO Children ,.. ,:,; .,.. 15e .' Spiced. Luncheon Meat
OFFICI! .nufaetur"r admit but that remedy his Horizontal I I Bar: Adults. __ __ ___ 3Se Fresh Pork Shoulder. lb. 1Sc lb. 32c
SUPPLIES: Typewrit. product may not fa* the
Lhon! *tt for Irritation of the bladder Hlo .. Experts Reserve Seats --- 5e I VEAL STEAK, Lb. 28c
;: machine ribbons million Salt Mackerel 3 for
< .. .know that h !I. Mlltnir ;: : 25c '
an .
:: paper, typewriter' paper of th.m. ,This could not. h HOG CASINGS Lb. 65c
.. thousand. wr uc-
lbe.te A" wachl I! papersecond dun. unl.H. *. "You FAMOUS WESTERN SCREEN STAR Fancy Fla.
ful. nay
on I-\Ie t the Bradford juda-e." Ot 'a few box Lb. ,. 29c
bsty Telegrh" office. Phone Art.r four day... It not plrased. BUCK STEELEIN 'to
hack and nt your money.. BUKKTS ROAST Lb. __ 15c SAGE, Lb. 19c + .
U.BALE lb. bladder tanatlv, are mad. fromJenlper H
berrl.., llnchu Uava ele. PERSON
---: ,,tUone Genuine "They... acid drive;This nut Impurities r.ll...* the and lrrltatlon > AND HIS WONDER HOKSC-"PRINCE" SOUP Tomato GWs '
Can ,5c'BdDty
Maryland; Milt uary Strawber+ which cau.* you to .art upnl.hls or Vegetable -
and frequent U 'lr Company of Cowboys Cowgirls ,
Also Hollywood
,:: uso: 'I' thousand at ar. bound: to feel better after __ _
berry.. Thul'JDODd tide flashing .t your Broncho: Ritk-rs.
s&ebsrryAhk io-Htp'' ...."Iar lp. Qearasleed by ,Mitchell ;;III
\ Drug Stora.

L 7+; .d ?aWU'r car1.;, n'L k.I, '.. ,.
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Hints To Housewives QUINCY.When Frank McCall FORT MYERS- Florida
I heard a whirr of wings as a flock hours more of has 700
I :; 1 of wild geese passed over his house every year than beneficial tho Ull8htno
r. Weekly> from Home Demonstration famous
FARMERSSECTION Specialist, TallahasseePEANUT t LIVE STATE NEWS ,. In the darkness he went Into cj Valley health section, Dr ,Fred Rhone
i + yard and pointed a flashlight skyward bee, noted bone surgeon AI.;

In an effort to see the flight.A York and Venice, FH, i said or Now
1 Conducted by Demonstration Agents COOKIESYou I News of Florida In Short Paragraphs goose dropped out of the squadron ly in an address before( the recent.

will need one-half cup Graham formation, swooped toward the Uon of the Florida State conven.

flour, one and one-half cups .? light, and was killed as it struck Association. Sea level sunshlnTi''

white flour, one-half cup shorten- .. the this state, Dr. Albee !
four .1'. d'L. .. _..- U --/& ground"e said, Contains
ing teaspoons baking powder, ., ,. more vitamin building ultra
,? milk, one-half cup syrup, one-half: WHOLE BLOCK BURNS than
Fall Gardens ScarceIn BUILDING-'DESIIIOVED FLORIDA GETS EXHIBIT'' other mounuin"health
cup sugar, one cup peanuts, and
: RURAL CLEARWATER':: automobile -, TAMPA-P.T. Strieder general JACKSONVILLE brick resorts.
t Bradford County one eg&oCream storage building, behind the of the Florida Fair and 5.BEAT. .
4 ::Y COMMON SENSE manager walls last week were all that remained F
the fat and sugar Add new postoffice, was destroyed by I' Gasparilla Association anounced of several Jacksonvillefruit MAN
By AUBREY FRINK the beaten egg. Combine 'dry In- fire last week at an estimated loss that the Florida exhibit at theCentury and houses razed MIAMI-Shrouded
,, 1'' By SPUDS: ,,JOHNSON gredients. Add milk to make a produce bya In mystery
of of will be
In $40,000.
{ driving over Bradford Countyat Progress $200,000, blaze. Meanwhile, four were identities of the three
this time one Is struck with the< stiff dough If cookie Is to be roll brought to Tampa and displayedat persons were recovering from injuries men who lured Louis or four
I 4 :RURAL WOMEN ASSIST scarcity of fall gardens. Now and ed. Increase the amount of milk DECRIES.R the 1935 Florida Fair. The ex- received while the fire was from his home here last 35,
is THEIR FAMILIES TO then will a nice for a soft dough if cookie Is to be hibit will be crated and shippedto week took
one see garden LAKELAND Dr. Ludd M. raging through virtually an entire! him to a wooded,, area and
BE SELF-SUSTAINING but many farms have none. Mr. dropped from spoon. The dropped Splvy, president of Southern Col- Florida within the next few city block. The building, owned I ly whipped the milk plant superin severe.

Oaale Caion about a mile west of cookies are cooked longer and allower lege, in a chapel address, described weeks according to Mr. Strleder. by the Seaboard Airline Railroad, I tendent. Warncke who came here

Self-preservation, the first- law town, has had one all the tall'and temperature. Corn meal war aa a "silly, economic institu- ran full length of the block along last April from Hoboken, N.
of nature, Is still a potent force In haa sold to the local may be used in place of Graham ,
"' regularly tion In which there is no glory. LYNCIIERS UNKNOWN the southslde of Bay Street and was recently promoted to superlnltendent
the heart of every one., Through merchants. It takes but little flour. MARIANNA Persons "un- Pearl and Clay. of the Miami Home Milk
combinations of unfortunate circumstances work and little to Molasses Drop Cakes
very expense MAIL BAGS STOLEN known" lynched Claude Neal, ne- a Producers' association plant
many families, both make a good garden and aa Use one-half cup shortening- and and
veg- OKEECHOBEE: Several bagsof gro accused of attacking TIll! AMENDMENT\ this, officials said, created dissat
i'' urban and rural, are on relief rolls, etables are not only very necessary half cup sugar, one-half cup molasses mall, $10 In cash and a numberof slaying a young white woman near isfaction among some older
but the great majority of them to a well balanced diet, but are one-half cup sour milk, one traveller's checks were stolen Greenwod last month, the Jackson JACKSONVILLE The home- ployes. em.

f are not there voluntarily. la most well liked by nearly everybody, I It teaspoon soda, one-fourth tea- from the Seaboar<}.stir Line Rail- County grand Jury reported. The stead tax exemption amendment
instances they are slightly bewildered looks as if more people would try spoon alt, one-fourth teaspoon station here recently. grand jury reviewed the case af- adopted last Tuesday by the Flor- -

1i and', dazed, but still groping to have a good garden as much of cloves (ground), one teaspoon cinnamon way .t 'ter Gov. Dave Sholtz ordered an ida electorate provides In general TEA GRAND!: UNION

4 ,1< for means of self-sustenance. the year as possible. One can be 1 teaspoon ginger, two and : BLUE EAGLE' REMOVED Investigation when the negro was that homes shall be freed! of taxes line COMPANYSUpt'rior Coffee, Tea
.: Home demonstration work, as planted now, and will prove a con- one-half cups flour, one egg, and I WILLISTON-Removal of the taken from a Brewton, Ala., jail on an assessed valuation of up. to Food SpecllLU1.UOWle-

\ i.. conducted In Florida and other siderable saver of grocery bills. one-half cup chopped raisins or Blue Eagle from the: Wllltston by a mob and lynched. $ .OOO. The exemption applies! to hold Necessities

states is aiding a large number of Another thing that is very no- nuts.Cream Crate company of Williston, Fla., --,-.---- all homes whether their value is Coupons with purchases I't'dt't'm-

y rural families to become and to remain ticeable In Bradford County is the shortening and sugar, has been ordered by the NRA be- SEEKS SUNSHINE less or greater than $3,000., Only able for useful articles. Orders"

;ij1, ? self-sustaining. The live-at- scarcity of fruits on most farms. add molasses sour milk with soda cause of alleged violation of the houses occupied by their owners at taken at your home and deliv

ty..'! .w 'home program has been stressed, Even one acre planted to a variety dissolved in It, salt and spices sift hour, wage and child labor provisions !- SARASOTA-Her weight downto least nine months a year are con- ered.
J and has resulted In more food and of fruits will pay well for the ed with the flour, well beaten egg of the lumber products code. a mere 600 pounds, Mrs. Ruth sidered to be homesteads! under Responsible man wanted as

\ ''J I\ better balanced dicta better health ,. expense and work, in better and railns. Drop from teaspoonon .' Ponttco, circus "fat lady" believes the amendment. A levy for Salesman

J and neat attractive clothing. health; for fruits, too, are neces- greased pana about two inches AUTOS IMPOUNDED ninuhine will help her regain that cial! benefits still may be spe-// P.C. O C. Box CALLAWAY 581 Green Distributor
Cove .
>Jl! Families are learning to estimate sary to a well balanced diet--oranges apart. Bake In moderate oven MIAMI-Seventeen automobiles 100 pounds she lost In a Spring- upon the first $5,000 valuation. 8pg .

\\it their needs, and to endeavor to are now considered one of (390( deg. F.) seven to ten minutes. with altered engine numbers were field, Mo., hospital. "I've been ... ..

V,i produce to meet those needs the best treatments for colds. Sweet milk may be used, addingonehalf impounded by police here last wanting sunshine ever since I became :

:: ,I They are canning and otherwise Many farmers will find themselves teaspoon soda and one week and Capt.Frank' Mitchell i ill August 13," the "fat lady" :

'; d; I preserving the' surplus for short of stock feed next teaspoon baking powder. said eleven of the machines had said upon arriving at her home

'\ times of scarcity. They are filling spring. A good way to help out _aNo ---- been 'stolen In New York. here She made the tlrp in a spe-

a their pantries with products of both grain and hay crops Is to New RevenuesTo cially braced bed in a railway bag-
't'.J ",'i, ,, which they are proud, and which plant now a few acres to oats, OPTIMISTIC PREDICTION gage car.
''"lv J l they find most useful rye and Austrian winter peas. Be Necessary ST. PETERSBURG-John N .

l t 6 i The family cow, home poultry The oats and rye can be either .* Lee's Office Says Brown president of the Florida POINSETTIA RUBBERTALLAHASSEE

flock and home garden are a trinity grazed or cut for grain and hay, Hotel Men's Association has pre- ,
'"<1 that are being more highly appreciated an dthe Austrian winter peas can I dicted that all resort hotels will -A patent protection -
J-t, '!1 I be grazed and will prove one of Financial affairs of Florida are is being sought by Herman ,
and others reach
from monthto
rural -
by people saparlty one
;{ a t and In and several E. Pitman, a St. Louis chemist, fora
i the best winter cover crops good shape although :
f 4 who have opportunity to keep six weeks ahead of last year,
} I soil builders. amendments were adopted in the formula by which he claims sixty -
them. I Indicating'the greatest j
\\.1:. : Q grow An attempt is now being madeto general election which affect theState's in : percent of America's rubber requirements -
In the meantime families are'IX' be extracted froma
fl' finances, "We are not may
establish at Starke a central- .
becoming better educated as to the alarmed, but are to species of the poinsettia which
''f of prepared go
to handle all kinds
I; t,' diet needs of their members, and ahead," Comptroller J. M. Lee told abounds in Florida. It was said
Farm products. The Business Men'sClub LAKE CITY The largestthrong
are learning how to meet these the chemist's associates that
; the Associated Dallies of FloridaIn by>
Is behind the movement, andIt ever assembled in one place
i' f needa most economically. They arelearning the motorists
convention at Miami last week. discovery may give
If this market hasa
with their now looks as for the observance of a special
A to buy health "The Is in bet- tires for a price below anything
t\)\ very good chance to materializesome treasury perhaps event took place here last Sunday,
.. oust be
: j+ food dollars w. : spent ter shape than In many years," they have spent in the past.
future. Fur
." for time In the near Nov. 4, when 3,000 or more people COMICS
'ff ;; becoming ther Items will be published as this said the comptroller. witnessed the air procession stag .

womare movement progresses, and anyone Gilbert Freeman of the comp- ed around and over Lake City's MOVIE\ PRODUCERS WIN
} : ,tl adept at remoi IL >, clothing and Interested can secure informationas troller's office, saying he was $OOOO municipal airport.

,,I making their C' \ \. rdrobes. They to latest developments at this speaking as an individual, declaredhe -:.- a, I JACKSONVILLE movie
j, ,make and .reflnish furniture which office. would tell his state representative ION FARRIS DIESJACKSONVILLEIon makers It seems, won the general 20 Pages in Full Colors

)q '\ is attractive, and quite usable inc in Highlands County not to election in California and in Flor

c their homes. They do crafts work FARM-\ FACTS AND FACTORS vote for any new revenue laws at L. Farris ida. They were supposed to be-op-
f Now EVERY in The
1i and sell useful and novel l articles the coming session of the Legisla- former Speaker of the Florida posed to Upton Sinclair's electionas Sunday
have made and in other Canning at home of farm garden -
f4; which they ture.' House of Representatives died governor of California becausehe
\ ways supplement the Incomes of and grove products, as it is Saturday at his home at declared should heav-
Neptune pay
;\Ji>I I { the family, thus helping to "makeends now practiced In Florida, differsgreatly "I would tell him/ of said Free- Beach, near here. He had been ill ier taxes. Sinclair lost. They ,ATLANTA SUNDAY ,AMERICAN
"we have
man, plenty revenue
;, meet." In method and In volume for several months.' Farris servedas i threatened to come to Florida If
; I laws on the books now to produce
s ,
that which formerly was cus
sustenance "perhaps from "Duval -
its: Selt as 'County 'Representative I Sinclair won. Florida today said
what is Don't let them
4i nothing else, upholds the morale tomary. Systems Introduced' by teU necessary the homestead amendment In the Legislature for three terms i "come anyhow." The state re- 2 Pages Radio News and Programs
.(b 'j 1 of this Individual and the family. the home demonstration health-agents ruined you the tax structure. Don't being elected Speaker In 4909 and vises Its constitution so as to grant 2 Pages of Motion Picture ,News I
1 have
"r Satisfied families make good communities given again In 1913. He also was State motion picture production plants
ji a vote for sales, nuisances, or
while mater- any .
', r fulnecs and economy .
commonwealths'and nations. i Senator from Duval County for fifteen years exemption from prop -'-
\ tag the other kinds of revenue measures.
"' I ially Increasing output.
f;\' : Home demonstration work There may be a sales tax. some i one term. erty taxes.
if '1 v+ Is contributing In a vital way to i
day, but not for two years anyway -
44 'I thea. satisfactions. ,Control of crop production under ." ,
?" ---- the farm adjustment act, and
? Freman asserted that the big-
!# ,I'' Florida has forty-three farmcgents the related payment of benefits to rest thing needed Is some kind of "
b, and thirty-three home dem- cooperating farmersi- more and the tax find out : '
j law to let assessor
5It i ''onatrmtlon agents working In for- more will be administered by state how much property people have. toF-ori.d a"
1i14L, -ut-tn.ey
federal came
and local agencies,
4't"t...d-' "I"' counties.Postmasters ty-.cven: of the State's" sixty-seven officials county In charge of the program he"There said. is our widest open- gate- --' __ .
have announced. County farm
\lj "' the agents and other branches of the "Give the tax assessor the rightto

'f anywhere in Agricultural Extension Service, bring a mandamus if necesary.Get ..
', 1 United States will cash Interest
;.. already bearing moat of the bur- the taxable property on the \ "
?n ::1;, bearing coupons of the Federal book and a deal to
: _I dens conected with the work, prob- square
'' Farm Mortgage Corporation.hp '
;{ ../ 1 il'; _T.--. i ably are exertions.to be called on for even everybody Another needed law, said Free- <;w: :.4; -LOR1DAS attractive and popular exhibit at the Chi-
'r t( The natural home of the seal greater
j ,
l' man, Is one to enforce collection of IIfI:
l ,..,' { elephant Is the Antarctic ocean.. The average farm family uses 21 taxes after they are placed on the cago Century of Prdgress Exposition was _the most

',; ti:\ CROSS CHILDREN needed percent from less milk a health than the standpointand amount rolls.many tax He declared dodgers there and that were too too --I '. ,It, constructive piece of national publicity we have ever,.ac-

MAY HAVE WORMS much taxes were being written off
Ixty-four percent less than Is
J Watch lot upaaft Uttl. _du. bad bra.tfi.IOM allowed In liberal diet standards the books for property owners who complished. Never before has this state so thoroughly
1" *' ..."u...._ .. of Wright itching around;; ,
of the U. S. Bureau of Home Economics should be compelled to pay up.
) and. ....... Tha' mar hair* pin at roundia
_, Whltaa er..... .Varmlfun. h. ,'.'. It I ia shown In a preliminary \ As a consequence, he continued, advertised itself,to so many people-within t ft short aspace
4' a.d'or ,..., raliablr a.p.ll.3 iha wawa .
commissions have ,
V. and _.4 ti... ditlcara "'. ,. Whl... Craw report of the national milk many county -
: 'j Varmjfuca. racommandad by. dru..iira.MITCHELLS survey by Dr. Fred C.'Howe, consumer been raising the millsge in order to of time r* so small a cost.
Ji .
DRUG STORE!: *' counsel of the AAA. get'funds to meet expenses. This,
A he said, 'makes those who do pay

up, carry the load for those, who
refuse to pay.Freeman .. It was no accident 'World's Fair to be continued '

and St. Johns recited Counties that lowered Sumter Combine with other admittedly ....port. Florida' participation will again result

I ,-1 ';: their mlllage last year and got Sat factor this publicity brought FlorIda ia mile of .newsworthy publicity. A

; I more fund "because they collected its greatest. ...... 1,800,000 winter fund many tone in excess of tho .:-

the money" -, visitor flocked to Florida because oft hibit' cost could not buy the favorable

I "They Just can't keep piling up publicity wo will receive.
((1)) The up-tara in business Morally..
the millage to make one man pay
!ii Loss than throe cents each was th.
the taxes for the other fellow," he .. ((3)) Th. depreciation of American
oP actual cost .of impressing. 9OOOOOOpotential ,
ry _
said. Mt fa. Europe. .
currency '
.. travelers, who saw. ._Id. .
e .'f.
WINS FROM GRAPEFRUIT :",', ((3) .Tho rigorous cold northern wIDaau...... .eabibit, last year.'
r> w..t......
,. t' ter and
TALLAHASSEE Nathan .., If tho column mil. of pictures
1I Mayo, commissioner of agriculture V tau: ((4)) Tho political disturbance ia tropical reader copy devoted to Florid.,, duo to

exhibited samples of eighteen ,; countries. tho 1933 Exhibit, had..boon bought on
'r wines, cordials and brandies made J-- .a. ((8) THE PUBLICITY 'DUE TO a commercial. basis It would have' costthan
from citrus fruits by the federal IIIICII'e' $8,000,000.

rt YltK J/W/ lie bureau station of to the chemistry State Cabinet experiment meet- WQRLD'S FAIR. .

tK e obtI earl e ei Ing In Tallahassee last week. A ;, FLORIDA'S$ ADVANTAGES WERE Florida.did a good job'

box 'of grapefruit' will yield four FORCIBLYIPRESENTED AT THE P3Y-
i t .. *
A fact make gallons of wine containing approximately If all money! spent on I last yoars Florida
poor quality powder can you look older than .' CHQLOGICAL MOMENT. OUR WIN.
p Exhibk had .boon
,thirteen per cent alcohol, spent on publicity
you srs)4.. a fine quality can subtract firs and ten yean from according to figures given! by a :TER VISITORS COULD HAVE GONE (which of course It was fist) its cost

;Y your age. Now you know the reason for Djer;-Kiss popular. United States chemist connected TO ANY,NUMBER OF OTHER PLACES would have .... .loss than 0//7 of one

sty? Yon can choose no finer f.v>Jtr for face, throat and' with the U. S. citrus products station -but they come to Florida. cent per column Inch. 'I1aed4: radio
at Winter Haven. .broadcasts devoted to Florida could
; shoulders. It ranks firm
O Z. U f\c* ,giv 'p They" came here because of the. (real, have .... thrown 11.,01' good measure,

;S lag a petal oft powder film lULLED BY LIVE WIRE a amount of favorable publicity Florida ,although they were .hoard by' millions

Y 10 thin that it is invisible SARASOTA :Mrs. Pauline ...*.....d through. the World's Fair Exhib.t. ., H...... SB all parts of tho United

and It stays on all day.POWDER. Brldgeman Hand, 50. mother of e States.

six children and a FERA worker, S ,. '

was killed last week when she

stepped on "live" electric wires as .. ..' We must have the most outstanding exhibit at the Chicago Fair in
she was taking a short cut to her '
J home from the FERA kitchen 1934 We cannot afford to relax our efforts. We must continue to

where she bad been working Eugene ,. advertise advantages. 'No other medium has the possibilities of
FACE Locklear, Sr.. who lives nearby our

r and w.... attracted by her cries, -"' reaching so many people effectively or so cheaply. We must
Now you may obtain aa dor' received sever shocks when be at-

able>> Yttnint of genuine Dicr; tempted to rescue her. Locklear's again exhibit Florida's leadership. Insure a larger,Florida World's

y Kiss Ferfum41 for only :'C. I aQ son, Eugene, Jr., broke the contact "
+ with a board. Pair, exhibit by "talking it up, today.


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NjViCMBER 16, leu


CHURCH DIRECTORY -- --- '__ ____. u_ .. ..- .. -. ,.
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liupu; ;; ChurchRev. BEHIND I
First If a female duke la duchess, 1'
l !: %

Sunday. School--C. B. Price-1000:, Platt a. m. the I I The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures Would easT a female spook be a npuch- No. 1-Dun Southbound. Stiu-ke 10:57: P. M. ,::1 ,/f ..i 1

Morning Worship-11:00: a. m. I If a male goose la a gander No. 11-Due Starke 11:12:; A. M. i 6 ::11 'i it
Tkn N ,
YP. U. .6:13: p. m. .I..r Then would a male moose be a No. 107-.Due Starke 9:43: A It '
5MI.!! ,' h
rm.itai ,
7:30 m.
Worship- : p.
EvenW mander T ,
: Ne.... E Northbound ;
Service T:30
Il lId.week< Prayer No. 2-,Due Starke 6:03 A. U. : Ijl

Dr OSCAR 'f S If the plural of child Is children No. 12-Due Starke 4:50: P. M. ,1(; jj
'toil are invited to all our'servleel. I sad! KHNT:: .' 4Friday's ) Would the plural of wild be wil- No. 103-Due Starku 5:M P. M.Htarke r': << \ !

I I dren And Wannee Branch \'i.-4 ,vJ

-Church I If a number of cows are cattle No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. ',I ';1

Methooiat Pastor. meeting of the Florida Would a number of bows be battle ,No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M. ;,1'; : '
B. M. Montgomery Racing Commission
ReV. was Interest- T '
Sunday School-10 a. m. ing, filled with action. St. Petersbwg's -- i'l'+

Worshlp-ll a. m. : ix .'.Hr..T rotur. "H"U..O.
Morning original track If who
long wax- r a man makes plays Is a "j,
League-6:45: p. m. ing fat without I Ir Iy COUNTY ri.OHIUk CHANCKHY" : ;
Epworth competition faces playwright. i Kurtha ThumaH, alxn, known a* I.u- F'
WQI'shlp-T:30: p. m. that danger this bertha. Thomas, and C. U. Thoma
Evening year. So goes the Would a man who makes hay be a
invited to all these serv Biscayne track her husband '
you are nearest to the new haywrlght T Plaintiffs, ,y +

ices. Broward County track. Likewise If a person who falls Is a failure, vs. Cane No. 11 t '
.T O. KhAdnn also. known aa Ore ty a
Church Myer Goldberg's Jacksonville Kennel Would a person who quails 'be a lihoden et nl.Noricn ,,G 4, '
Presbyterian Club in Clay County, Just be- quallure T OK nriTiov: BALK.
Rev.. George H. iMwry Minister yond the Duval \' Notice I la hereby. irlven that under 4 4 !
-Sabbath School. County line So and In pursuance of that decree of i t
10.00 a. m. does the Sulphur Springs track In 1 tt If the apple you bite Is bitten iinle entered by lion. A. Z. Adklne. "K +
Morning Worship: .
11:00: A. .- Judge, In the ebov. entitled a
Hlllsborough County. Would the battle be fit-
the pastor. you fight the undrilirnd Commleeloner wilt '3 ,
.errnon by En- Friday was truly a busy for r tenT oil at publlo outcry to the hlsrnmnt i "
Christian day
6:30: p. m.-Junior the If a cat la a kitten, and bent bidder. for rash, at the >i '
commission. young
Starting at
10:00: south dnor of the County rourthoiiNA
o'clock In the morning it was TJv Then would it young rat be rltten T at Stalk, llradford County Florida, 1.1 .I
T.so'p-: m.-Evening Worship. con- 4m rtiiiliiir the Ivirui. imure <>f sale on. 'k
fronted with many lawyers and 11 Mnnrinv 1>....,nher. Xrd A. T>. 1.A4.
owners. Not until after nine If a person who spends la a spendthrift the following premises' to-wltl! NbJVof : )

o'clock Friday night did the mem- 8, 11.::\I"} 19.aWli Men of, Lot Heo. 1 SI,nr..Wf'ornl".k 4 y ,

BOB JONESComments bers finish their work announce Would a person who lends be a 14 and lx>t. I. S, 1. 4, ft, U.Hi.
lendthrtftT It. IX, ia, and 14 of Block It ofTemVle'e
the dates for the tracks in those Addition to the Town of 1, ,
1 On Here counties having more than one. If drinking too much makes a Stark Florida. according to the
drunkard ,lilut thereof. rennriletl. In the pithltt* p'
Suspicion is that what Is gener- reoor U. of nradford County Florida ?
Hereafter Would thinking too much makea .
And ally referred to as the "Capone thunkard together with and the appurtenance tenement, herlditanints b*-. ill

group" is heavily interested in lonirlnir or anywise apiirrtalnlniv. to
each and nld parcel ot land. +1j '
Still aboard the ship. We shall three Florida tracks one at Miami u J .w ,,,,,..ergst But why pile on the confusion T 'V.every W. HnledenA.J.Orifne' S
where we are another at Jacksonville and a thirdat 41 '/. t jf
soon be In Hamburg Still I'd like to ask In 'conclusion: .
to land. We go to Berlin and Tampa and the general dog ; If a chap from New York's a New' t: A. Knls-ht.t: "lll.etenel'. 'Let

then on to Warsaw and up to the track situation la held to be moreor Yorker ll--Bt. U30JWclba, ', 1'YI

Russian, border where I shall speakto less resolving itself as one of Samson Slays a Thousand Me* With Ik* Jawbone of as Ai*.-Siuiwon's difficulties! with the Philistines Would a fellow from Cork be a --- -. -

a missionary convention. I have the "Independents" against the alleged an recorded in Judges 14 and 15. The climax came when Samson burned the Philistine. corn. Three corker T

heard so many wonderful things "Capone Group." thousand of the men of Judah went to Samson demanding why be had done as he bad to the Philistines, -Pathfinder.U I

about the Russian and Polish who were ruler over them. They bound him and delivered him to the Philistines. "And when he came g f1lORsniXJ& A

that I am eager to see Every indication is unto Lehl the Philistine shouted against him and the Spirit of the Lord came mightily upon him, and comes before I In BUSINESS, _
Christians that with
the cords that were his arms became as flax that was burnt with fire and his bands loosed from off .
as they really are. In more tracks in upon and that the I is silent*--It Is to be ,
conditions operation and
with of and forth his hand, and took It, and slew a thousand -
hit hands. And he found a new Jawbone an ass put ., i ,
articles I shall probablygive the probability of the Been, not heard. Also the U in '
future greatest winter Bible In
men therewith." Judges 15: 14-15. The Illustration Is from Merlan's story of the pictures, '

a report.C ',. season in the history of the engraved In 1625. In the foreground Samson if killing the Philistines and In the right background he if I BUSINESS has the sound of I, 't4.

state the gross mutuals betting at shown burning the Philistine' corn. 'which Indicates that It ia an amalgamation LpQ

I have just read the twentyseventh the two horse trackse in operationat --. of the Interests of U and ________ 'i'
chapter of the Acts of the Miami and the ten or more dog I
Apostles. It is the story of the tracks will far exceed that of last elected members who have visited''', Liquor Situation have always been able to purify gamated. :

hun- A of Tallahassee during the pant week, money, regardless of its source If ,1.
shipwreck. There were two year. gross play between monious and altogether profita rye
and have been Now'"In A Mess'By'WALTER subsequently expended for a wor-
dred and seventy-six; aboard the $30,000,000 and $35,000,000 is be- they many. ble."-Opp (Ala.) News.

ship. They had not eaten for four- ing expected by those "In the They seem to agree that the rat- I thy cause, as note contributionsto -4> M1.eCWa + iq ,;
Ificatilon of the amendment religious In the G
teen days. Paul a prisoner took know" exempting I FULLER organizations The whale Is not a fish: it is a
of the situation. He urgedthe homes under $9,000 valu- I With the people of Florida old days from saloons, so no strenuous mammal.

charge to eat and be gave ation In fact constituted a man- [sweeping Homestead Exemption objections I la likely to arise on ;

people of them all Though no one can talk in defInite date calling for a rebuilding of I Into the state constitution by a this score.A .
thanks in effort presence to conceal the terms and if they could they the present state tax set up. Mostof vote of more than two to one, Interest highlight of the Davis act. Indicating IF YOUR
He made no I Selector site
minister of the would not like to the chances are them appear to feel that senti-! the day after election flashed its antiquity Is the provision
that he a
fact was I
of Christ. All signs pointed that the Pensacola assemblage of: ment Is growing In the direction to liquor, prohibition also hav- that makes It unlawful for never sold/ In lets than

Gospel Revelation said legislators as guests of the Eacam- of a revision without additionaltax Ing been repealed by an over- women to purchase liquor. Since BREATH HASA '
to destruction. Yon '
would all be saved. The bla members Monday and Tuesday sources. whelming majority ttie effects of those Inocent days women have lOc. now can buy '

they world instead of takingGod's largely determined the course of -- tax exemption will not be felt until been the magnets that have caused the aamlajze and quality & $1
modern the speakershlp of the 1935 house but becomes night clubs and ornate speakeasy.
1935 repeal opnra SMELL YOUCAN'T
revelation usually watchesfor Every Indication is'that opposition for 5 Juatthlnk long la
General feeling was that W. MeL. tlve as soon as the final returnsare to flourish ,
the signs of the times. Jesus to the ratification of the
of Duval .
Christie had .
certified. Havana and ht
and'adulteroua prted tobacco ,
"A wicked Homestead Amendment -
said most pledges, enjoyed the edge. W. Exemption "Bt'SINEHS" (
countUs Hills
Four Escambla
generation seeketh after a sign. will not give up their fight for only 5 KuTston t
B. Buddie of Jefferson
( ) Bishop boro Plnellas and Monroe were Here Is a little message to business -
"due of law" The
however was by no means out of process already qualified to sell liquor people taken from a folder FLOR de MECCA
The Leon County Board of County w.... w* ee* *>o aMMb. ear food ***.,. a ,
The ship was ,wrecked. the running though most calculations without a local' referendum. Fifty handed us one day this week by a *ur ...._ Oar frl**>** **M|| this. '
people were saved. Human life is frankly count Dwight Roger Commissioners has already instructed counties held local elections along friend of ours In Opp. We were Blount knack. w. feel doe setd this) r.my
more valuable than ships and car- ?, of Fort Lauderdale more ....,. It piabe waty. light.I.
goea. When Jesus cast some demons less out of the running with little Myers, to proceed to prepare a test Into the wet column. Those not carried out and pass the message .reii.*y... a* s4 ,.. aaytklasvwti eve .

out of a man and they went chance of overtaking either of his case attacking Federal exemption Constitution. as a- I voting or which voted dry and will on to our, readers: Well.|wheat...%.w tk**eat....s toe Sway...bt..the. oar boelel bile,.. .UwlsCfasr M fe C*.Maker t y mNewsrk

Into swine and the swine ran overa two opponents. This in spite of violation of the continue dry for the time beingare "We separate the word business lukw. _' dime K. Wkee le tk. bile. JuleefIt N,J. r
precipice into the water and were of the homestead His test Is expected to proceed into Its letterB.U-S- I* IK* vital dlzs.. MIr I* wibody.
his support Court. : Alachua Baker, Bradford, component 1M* of l II ate (lowly heel "
drowned the people besought Je- amendment and his dozens of In the State Supreme Calhoun Clay DeSoto Franklin, (.N-E-S.S-w. find that U and' I .us Sew l4.) *w bowel 1. *vr day. o cWcn'JMELBA
Other tests are expected to be ..eraash .... ...... end. -', sad.
sus to depart from their country. the member of the are In It. In fact If U and I
pleges among courts. Gadsden. Hernando, Highlands, are w reed. d.eq. to e 'l: .... of
They thought more of swine than 1933 house, of which he became brought In the federal Holmes, Jackson, Lafayette Leon, not In BUSINESS It would not be %;w.f.a TWe dory __ p.I.es .u eon
did of men. Human nature -- BUSINESS. If tow bedr er.r.ls ........
they speaker pro-tern after retiring Liberty, Madison, Manatee Polk, Therefore BUSI-
Wheai fr4ad aneU ens Ud trealk
hatm't changed. Selfish men still from the apeakershlp race when Grave doubts are said to existto Santa Rosa Suwannee, Union NESS la to remain BUSINESSwe *w .m4 w* feel Ilk* a .bJp1.

put material things above their Interest became to be generally conceded as the legality of the sale of Wakulla and Walton. No final report must keep U and I in it. 11..eM lanttv* do.S Oe .*.**tk... .kMrtkwaek w.. 'Take er't.*.-*+e.

In human life.' that the honor and responsibility even 3.2 per cent beer In dry counties on Washington County "Furthermore, we discover thatIV Utuo T. Fins ...... r sly:.'. lead. q..
would to Peter Tomasello. and on this score la all sizable arty e( ..e Jtd.e. lot.If .omMMe -
go litigation This line
When the which Paul up I.IHI..T roltllT. 1I""p..onnI'O"N'rv t ; E: ...t ... .=,far ?lie CICWupum.OAlNICItVIu.m .
ship on being anticipated In Tallahassee cities in the state in the wet col- FI.OHII. Ill t'IIAN.ra51Y. : l l

was traveling was wrecked, we President of the 1933 senate W.I The Supreme Court has held that umn with but two exceptions; M. A. Smith: UN Liquidator for '00_ tr.tlb: -,:r- ... ....... dr ( 1.
read to land on Brn>lfor<1 County lank, it corpora : : .u:: CANDY CO. ; '
that .
some came C. Hodges who led the fight for beer Is beer regardless of its alco Lakeland and Tallahassee. Leon U,. Pin. bt sad siS 4

broken pieces of the ship and someon ratification of the homestead exemption holic content, that beer is presumed shunting the state capitol Into the lionPlaintiff .. ......If. 01'" Gainesville, Flv, Distributor ;It ;,

boards. On the ocean of life Florida law to be Intoxi- that v. Case. No IU T I }
amendment as Presidentof by arid division means legislator W H. Yarhroua-h .t at Defendant.
many of our ships are wrecked.The the Home Owners League, ad- cating In spite of the congressional must continue to tote their own,, OHIIMH OK PI'BLICATIOI' : y
ship of hope sometime sinks. alcoholic The state of Florida!
vised the writer that he would acceptance that 3.2 or patronize swamp producers.
To W. is.: Yarbrouah. I4o Park I
The ship of ambition Is sometimes have a statement during the latter content beer Is nonintoxcating.Announcement A deluge of liquor license applications View Avenue, Plttebur, Pennsylvania For I'd
destroyed by storm. The real mandoesn't and J. Thoma. Hoffman Expert RepairingSmith's
part of this week. It is believed -- have been filed In Tallahassee plttabura, Pennsylvania.. ,f
go down with the ship. He that he will prevail upon the Gov- of the fact that and freight cars ships, and Take notice that the plaintiff has

rides some board or broken pieceof ernor to name a commission of citizens some 3.00O checks drawn In favorof warehouses hold thousands of filed hi* bill of complaint acalne.
timber to shore and to safety. to Investigate Into and work depositors In defunct banks by cases of bonded goods awaiting' .you..kin* the the forecloeure above entitled of a mort-cause

The real test of character is the out a new tax structure for the liquidators have not been called the "go" signal.A rage over the following property In GaragePhone ?
ability to after the ship I Bradford County Florida, to-wlt/ :
keep going state. He is said to be In favor of form because of their whereabouts peculiar situation has devel- BWW of NWi-J and K<4 of NW'

Is wrecked. having a plan for submission to I being unknown, calls to mind a oped with .repeal. Bar rooms In of HWU and W' of K>t, of NKV. 0HWH r if $
fleo. IJ, Tp. 6 H. R. 13 maell
hundreds the 1933 legislature which will law enacted during the Martin ad- such cities as Tampa Jacksonvilleand also the followlna ritttl now own 120
Of of churches have already been "sold" to the ministration In 192T which provided Miami which have openly dispensed ed by and In pom-ennlon of the nullmortBaaor ;t

which once existed in Moscow general public. that after a fixed period of drinks across the mahogany revletered; *.Red aa iW"'I: to-wlti, and' One event

Russia only thirty are still In use. time all money held by banks for since national repeal are now y-four ul'uer'd: of rattle, to elher Wrecker Service Day or Night' pMothers ,
4> whose state with. all Increane I to said herd
of chills. Under regulation -
State Auditor Bryan Willis expects the account having The above cattle marked smooth
Full houses, In official Washington to attend a session of the National whereabouts could not be ascertained perpendicular drinking .is 11- crop In rlsrht ear and epllt In left kF m
result of ear branded with letter V. -- -- -- -- -- -
are the --
an outstanding should be turned over to The Davlu package law forbids -
Association of Tax Administrators legal. and It I I. Ordered that and each .. .-
the -- -
New Deal.-Western (Oregon) at French Lick Springs state for school purposes, as In the drinking on the premises of you are hereby required' -

Leader of estates the heirs to which where liquor !is purchased and pear tn mild bill of eom'' ar.'taf; i
Ind., December 3-4 at which time case eald raue tin Monday, IteremberIrd HOTEL LEAMINGTON :
the experts will discuss among cannot be located. No figures nothing; short of a bottle way be A. I). lt.14, otherwl th. alletatlon -
Many salmon tagged and released themselves their respective experiences have been made public as to the had. Liquor Interests don't like ,* of *.ald. bill uf complaint willi ,
I i taken a. ronfeneed br you Itj
In the Columbia river have la- with liquor property inheritance value of this act to the school that law, and are planning to en- I I. further Ordered that this notice "Miami's Moat\ Popular hotel"t ; nn

ter been caught off the coast of ,'' tobacco and sales taxes fund. Join Its enforcement, hoping to b* pllbllehed one'. each week for 1r
4 coDNeoutlv wek' In Bradford
southeastern Alaska ,. subjects which all vitally concern The Florida State News of last drop back under the protection of I County Telegraph. a> newnpaperpiibllehed

BLUE -5- ? Willis and the State Admin- week said: "Governor Sholtz can Its predecessor which countenanced I ida. In Bradford County rlori NE lat Street at Biscayne Boulevard ;

BUS SCHEDULES itratlon at this time.. go out of office as one of Flor- the open saloon and also lower i Wltnexe my hand and the offlol. tf

Dally effective Sept. 1. 134 *BeB Ida's most constructive Governorsof license fees. Until the legislaturemeets teal of eald. Court at Htarke, Urad Overlooking Bay front Park & Biscayne Bay '
Nr.rthbounI4U': a. tn., 1:39:: p ford fount* Florida thle Slut day of
T: G. Futch, president of the all time if he will approach next spring, revenue from October, A. O 134.A. .
w.5.24: p. m.. 9:19: p. m. 1933 Senate, during I a short visit fearlessly and determinedly this wet goods may rest with the J. THOMAM Opposite Union Bus Station 'k
Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:34: a. taxation Davis Clerk Circuit Court Pa
of The
of the courts.
111.. 12:19 to Tallahassee soon after ratification matter of a system whims IJr.dford County FloridaKNIUIIT M
p. m., 6:00: p. m. Homestead Exemption that will relieve the individual and law provides for minimum state (\1',. "1':Af.)

smith's Tickets. end Information at Amendment of the declared the belief corporate holder of real estate and county and city licenses totaling *A for. KN'OU'I'Allnrn.y. Plaintiff. Lowest Rates
courthouse.Service Station next to that there Is no need for any new from an unjust burden and Insist 1250. With but one package 11.1etii.aewill Quoted

_. tax sources, which would tend to that all property, regardless. Is house In each of the forty-two h {
and levied against on wet counties Immediate Income
him on the side opposed assessed op
MTCi place he enactment of a sales tax. II uniform basis of values. Adop- would amount to $ 2.1IOO. The Single Room with Bath ____________,___ 11.50 f ,
Ytll Just now that's the principal tion of the Homestead Exemption tate imposes no revenue on liquor Double Room With Bath _________.,________H 2.00

I i subject of discussion in the capital Amendment can be made a blesa- Itself. Forces planning to W4 t
corridors, the matter of a sales lug indlsgulse for us all." combat the Davis taw hope, however SIMONS, Manager. ,

Gandy of by Injunctions un- --- ._ .. .
, Two Florida. Sheriffs, to operate --- -
De San Tliay Property tax.There; are those who believe that Pennacola and Chambllss of Jacksonville til the new legislature meets without -- '

Cleaaa the Blood .I sales tax patterned after the Cal- will appear before a Brew- paying any license at all. Have Found Way 3'J

tnt about $10.- Ala., grand Jury on Nov. 19 As things now look the liquor
ifornia law will produce ton
? **** >tty the and com
ayitisss know about situation Is a mess may
Is what they
'lrea.q: imp 11'.. tIIe.roodau 000,000 In revenue. One thing to tell Claude that until the legislature To
of be Keep
and slaying tlnue to Just Family's Colds
i ,. d' tnBut klaa.ya pt faacuoa4as certain. and that is when the legislature abduction. and slayer. swings into action. There mad
tail is their work- meets it will have accurate feal, negro uour
to re men tile JOLIonou body and definite information as to They have been asked by Governor Is title doubt that definite disposition Under Better Control
will be 2ohc
of the liquor revenues
The themselves.
In Florida for con- holtz! to present
its possibilities y0.17is..p..5aIri.1
you may eater aeggiag sales tax is Jackson County citizens at made when modernized laws are -
Whether a
IIICbch.A attaeQ oC dJaIa-. sderatlon. there wll be no"shooting eat one cr more are said: to have passed. Bear and wine tax has II1JI1OJw of mother are freedom i nostril'Timely uae of Va-tro. ; > tyi? .
rejected their
aNeatbn gnyora&00 14 adopted or with respect telegraphed Oscar DePriest negro been going to the schools for the ... .... ..-- -..,. from famlllM cold to greater nol help to prevent many cold*-, J ?
the ic | *-/ewer colds, thrrrlrnSSU -
It"wj to thanoir/
I colds
at when in their early
defeatedby and incidentally, .I... __
p.,1. a
swollen Ie
past year *, muster '
feet as "" igreasman COler-by following
and .. to performance Io" :: stases (Va-tro-nol now
aakJM tlm-ttf- u* ; ill
haematldDon't .
of schoot ._ __ .. ... g'two
>> Vick
-111..: teal "au r. licensing.Proponents Democrat In the Nov. the Jut distribution arr.- A.y .aefts Plan for Better Control( flf generous sizes 30a come
beer a negro ..
wont out in the case of the weeks ... b.tr..w r ... lUG' Cold.l. "
to Jackson funds were made a few ago 7'0 and 4 Cold Iooqr-If: afold ,
ta come
4rela1'1 .'or the caaJeker of legalized 3.2 beersales 6 election The helpfulness of
let you Vteka Plan In hu already '
rid .. pollens, the better estimated "conservatively"that County and personally probe the this source accounted for the largest s..Ye r..e- pale. ra rw reducing the number duration and ValXlRub on derebp.d.aluip tbrollt_ .hestVkb! :
77 chances or regarded amount. ... a..s ILai. -- -d- dangers of colds baa been
pOd health would a rev- Neal lynching. It was proved InTo flgfau a cold oV cf-two- way mtonc
Pm.. the tax produce some mor- p'-. _.rby .... Ie r thousands 01 clinical teats .. The '
tb lo""e Invitation it la said but no There was originally supervised combined effect of Vapo-
tad tie pier about rSUlthwgevshrdetaol as an Y r bdr yw .... er r by practicing '
IIIotaAen ,. They duced from reluctance about running y.rFw. chi i millions .en .. Rub'a double direct action-by: itiraulatlon -.
received al .....
of $2000.000 yearly. It produced wcrd has been e..e We.. .... l eF7 day s ot home. and Inhalation-loo cn. "
; haeuoatac .f ... I enue : In the first DePriest as to his acceptance. schools on beer tax but that ... f.ly ...... .......... The Plan provides proper care- i pht.eem-thee Irritated "", moo : '
chi IrrlY.0'11: "'ID them about $500.000 iJ'
tlWsoda a -- quickly subsided It would not be and proper medicatIon-for dUl. branea--eaie* difficult breathing"-_- ; .
.( ....... Deet4.. are twelve months doe. not contain surprising therefore If an effort enL 'ypee and stages 01 cold& beJw break con etion. Sure nU( ,:.,
gray. oi ( b users tII.u Soda water HAROLD C. 'WALLINSURANJf Help Avoid if ant CoW*-At the and with ufety. No "dalnx.:*
tfc*- from any .......... seems to be a growing soda. n..la prepared by charging I would be made to turn liquor revenue first aneeme or MM Irritation, apply' Pull detail and of the 0e. "d",
There water with carbon dioxIde I Into th. educational tunaMoralists : the unku!| > aid .mprevelffng colt.-- ttv neim of vteta Plan come tn eaota .y
i ordinary .. .
IOAJ'&PILL sentiment against the Imposition i by their ow. ...pn.... TAMlll* VMMtlO.tr VWl6V._41e-aei iirt.feWL'toprtti: -.- >
< $.'ot '." ,Of," !f: >OJ St, y6 ''t, >i\1\ [,,.,,<:: h..t':
; "
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._._ _....... .___ _ n___,1.. ___.._ __ __ ______. .___ --- __.-_ __ _' '' ,. _. ___ _' .. ... --NOVEMBER 18. 1..

' Bradford County Telegraph Members PLENTY are now TO being DO enrolled ,

locally In the annual Red Cross Maybe You've [ ODD -BUT TRUE -1

, .;.Established 1877 drive and every one who possibly
should consider It
can a privilege
Heard It Bat
to be> able to become a member of
I4' Fridays ,
Published Class
Weekly' nj' and Entered as Second the Bradford County Chapter.

> IP Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Membership in this organisationwas

..+.. d ____, almost doubled last year over OH. YOU NASTY MAN

E. L. Matthews. ....__.,..._.:._._______Editor and Owner the number who subscribed In 1932, This column. written with the TheSALARY

-. .. .. -- .--, and it Is hoped that another gain sole purpose of trying to get a 1
RATE can be made in the membership rise out of a 'few of,our women
this reader. "
year. OF THE '

'i' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance .The work done by the Red Cross The other day digging around In LASTRUSSIAN l

' Advertising Rates on Application should not be confused with the some musty volumes we happenedto

_L I - work that is being carried on by come across that famous chap- CZAR",

the Federal Relief Administration ter on "Women" written by Schop '
I Join the Red Cross Roll.Call. ti and other governmental agencies. enhauer, the German philosopher. WAS OVIR I'

-b I..' O- The two spheres of operaUon do How he ever lived to the age of ,
not overlap. Everyone familiar seventy-two after publishing: such .000,000A.
A third party. usually comes* in that way. .with the disaster relief that Is done things about the ladles, Is more _i

0 by the national organization of the than we. can understand but the YEAR

Red cross EspeclaUy In Florida fact remains that he did and
s i ; so
This Is about the time of year when turkeys get a breakin
'should we understand thla, with : far as we know he died of a natural -
the neck. I the memory of a hurricane still death.

-' o- fresh In our minds. The foreword io the chapter 6ire.'tlLfn AI .

At the average convention all of the hotels are full and Other sections of the country warns us not,to take It in jest I t:, Let 0tWhTiR '
have known the benefits of this or since It Schopenhauer's serious
so are some of the delegates; ganlzation, also. If a mine disaster convictions'odjth0: subject. However -

--o occurs In Pennsylvania or- Indiana wo are'Inclined to think that
T or Montana, almost as soon the old boy, bad'bin tongue In his
You can never put a dollar to better use than by joining as the newspapers carry the story cheek tljt whole while, or that his M e -

1. your local Red Cross Chapter.i the Red Cross Is on the spot rendering wife If any'hpd; '' just asked for
aid to sufferers It Is the money to buy. a new fur coat.
i O .
same story In the of Hoods & + NN
case aIENDED
Be that as ,It may here are some THEOf ,
i The weather man can pack his "fair and warmer" pre- and earthquakes excerpts, from the chapter that I t t r+ns +i WrVOP WIFE. WHISKEY\

diction away for a little while now. I While the FERA is offering should make the women see red, I ;' 1 SNOw
I ,0 some emergency relief there Is and might make the writer of this
I L still plenty of work for the local column see stars even though he I: r .4i f1 MX THE $PDKEl'\\
4.j'j' ,The 4-II Club has a lot of members, but more farmers be- Red (;:Cross Chapters to perform U admits that Schopy must have I +:e r a"?: 9' 7' : OCEANSAND e q 0*

long to the 2-II Club: Hog and Hominy. they had the funds ''Chronic indigents been the least bit screwy when he .
have ben removed from got them off his chest: At "[\\f'4G-'

i I) the relief rolls, and the Red Cross '.'The nobler and more perfecta 1 .: : ,. StAU, PROPERLY( (

Life is short; at least it seems that way until you haveto can render valuable assistance in thing I.,'the later and slower It ,' 18 6EflM $ ,

wait on a street corner'for someone. these cases when slcknes or otherneed' Is In arriving at maturity., A man 2 AND ZfJ MARRIED\ \ :)
9 J .__ makes its appearance. There reaches the maturity of his reason- t r
0 are many other emergences that Ing powers and mental faculties
The Times-Union observes that the fellow who pulls on can be handled by the local Red hardly before 'the age of twenty-

the oars has no time to rock the boat. Cross when there is any" money In eight; a woman, at eighteen., And x
the treasury. then too. In the case of woman. ,It
0 o
r 1 la only reason of a Bortvery niggard -
The new automobile tags have arrived ; how all you haveto HUMAN POD BORERSThe in Its dimensions .. .. *. heard of has written a chapter on tion of the state. Likewise ,the tlnued;.

do is to wait for your ship to come in. cunning or i rather''the instinct '"This Is the-'reason why women "Men"' that successfully com- state revenue.from the beveragetax WoO "H.. Donaldson, Issuing a
of Insects is remarkable. In bat his "Women."' rWe would like should.be considerable.It' .
o are more often' inclined to be ex. worthless check r ,O. R. Prevattshootin'
many Instances It, cannot be explained ;- and vometlmes to hear from you In the matter. 'Is difficult(. to cellmate how \
travagant carry into
Psychologists say< you; can think better on an empty ', ; therefore, we are inclined their inclination'to\ a length that Address your letters to Schopen much the 'American\ Legion Convention house; Buck (;riffle,

stomach. All we cam!thinkof then is food. to call it instinct, rather than cunning. borders 'upon ,m dnesl. In their hauer Editor In care of the Telegraph will ultimately mean t 1 the breaking and entering; Avery Waiter. -
?,, robbery;? Milo Layport, driving
o I I' However by whatever name, hearts women'--think--that it ismen's state. In any event it should provea truck" while intoxicnted'Lied.rey .
it Is continually turning up.In unexpected Invest- ;
You don't hear the young folks complain about the early places' business to earn money and ment..remarkably.: profitable :Griffls having liquor In pos
theirs to It-If during
spend possible
dark. It gives them an extra hour for courting. Some 'string beans brought' In : their husband's life but at any TOO LATE I Intent session:to, Clyde commit Rowe, assault with
murder; D C
showed unusual condition SCOBY ON TRIAL
H I 0 recently an rate, after hiarQeath. r"It.Is ; Chase' !larceny and embezzlement
for.this section' There were EAR-BITER DRAWS ;
; Queen Mary.is said to,be a jig-saw puzzle''fan. Her hats holes approximately eighth'of' only' the man whose' In- TO CLASSIFY S-YEAR SENTENCE W; C.? Hunter, larceny and embezzlement

t have been puzzling fashion experts for 'years, an inch In diameter In the pods, tellect is that clouded could by give his sexual the name Impulses I ttr HUSSEM KAYSrrrrturr. (Cbntiued from Page One) t

t each over a developing bean It ... lands and sentence was deferred. Case Nol, Proceed
.a..t- 'I I of 'the fair sex'to that undersized, Florida Prwui A>
was easy to see that they had been The cases of Oscar Crawford Ar-
i Latest news is that they are going to put vitamines in I I eaten out. There was a sluggish, narrow-shouldeircd, broad-hipped nold Griffls and Leo Grlffls Indict. The cases of'Harry Bodcnhamer,

Ny y beer., Some folks think'it tastes bad enough anyway. I pale green caterpillar about half and short-legged race: for the Around thousands of family firesides ed on the. came charge were not setting fire to( woods, and Charlie
whole beauty of the sex Is boundup Heath and C. T. Kittles, robbery,
an Inch long whose color harmonized at corner drug stores, In exclusive pro8l ed. ,
0 with this Instead of
i ,. closely with tha bean pod up- Impulse. clubs over bridge I tables, Richard' Barfield was found were nol pressed.
# Referring to prohibition repeal, the Fort Myers News- on which It rested. This tiny crea- calling them beautiful there wouldbe In great metropolitan centers and guilty of'breaking' ;and enteringand Callled i Thomas, charged with

Press said "The ayes have it, including the red-eyes." ture was able with uncanny ac- more'as warraht the'1"unaesthetic for describing remote villages folks are talkingabout was sentenced to.two years In first degree, murder and Jack
curacy to locate from the outside women sex. "Florida." the state prison Williams,, charged with breaking
i ,
'I''i I | O Neither for" mutyc/'nor!/ for poetry,
| I the position of the beans in the Delegates who attended the Continued Cases I and entering, were not In custody
Some folks talk'about'the nor for tine art, have they really The
thirty-hour week and others 'pod: great American Legion Convention following cases: swere'con- of the 'cou t.

{ go: to sleep and dream about finding diamond stick-pins. The same degree of Instinct in and; It truly Is'a any mere sense mockery or susceptibility If they- in Miami last month from avery -

In'nUi' Q- the selection of food materials is make a' preten e of It In'order,to state In the Union have returned ,LOOK NICE, EH?

also seen among shade tree Insects. endeavour to their homes to tell their less _.. ... .. .. .
t'' Some ambitious assist' their' to' please. "I't- ---- '
women set out to reform the world, but 'lilt : : .':,
fortunate buddies and friends
The brown tips on oak leaves appearing S. ,' *
most of them are content to simply work on their husbands. about their marvelous- and ..
here and there at this time "Yo ( need only' observe the kind trip recount ,. t.
"y F"' .o- of year are the work of a cunning of attention. women bestow upon a. their experiences ....
Our sympathy to Mr-and Mrs. Hennig in the fire that insect and many similar instances concert an opera, or a play-the In many school rooms kiddies Ii \' -.. 10. ."\ ,. ',. ",'
could be cited childish simplicity,, for example ere clustered about a branch of ., 1"1 .,., ,
l ,
last week destroyed the plant of the Tarpon Springs Leader. ': ,
S They all are' examples ''of the with which the)"keep on chatter- oranges or grapefruit a cocoanut. 1 .
J" () adaptation on the part of'the In- Ing during the,'finest passages In a stalk of sugar ,cane or cotton,' ,t.. ..: .;...... ..,p. ,,
i, Things must be. pretty tight in the South' American sect to the' plant upon .which it the greatest masterpieces.. If It Is that somebody's daddy. brought. !Ii ." <4.i ;

iit countries, too. We haven't heard of a revolution in several lives, and. it the. inatinct_ extended true that the-Greeks excluded wo- back from "Florida.! ; ,
members of the insect their%=theatres were the "
only men from they Snapshots by thousand are
weeks now. I v< t't, world it would be truly a wopder- quite' right 'In what they did} at. being passed around A picture of 1\t/ "

.. o ful phenomnon. The. trouble is anyrate you would have been daddy at the old gates in St. Augustine .
Hoover wrote b I that people too are apt to take able to hear- 'hat'waa'said'.; upon uncle Bill taking a drink
a okl; ttacking the New Deal but what
**'"" '
the environmentin Youth"
their color from the stage from the "Fountain .of
with better times coming1'along1, nobody has had time to read which they happen to live. ThisIs "And you cannot expect anything (Imagine Bill drlnkln' water- that

the darn thing, all very well If the environmentIs else of"women If you con one is always good for a laugh)
u a desirable one. although there aider'thtjt, the 'tIto.t! distinguished Cocoanut Palms at Miami Beach
r.e '
Is always room,for Improvement Intellects 'among' the whole sex (that's the Atlantic Ocean !In the
German Nazis have ''ordered members of the party to but in most cases .it leaves muchto have never managed to produce a back ground) ,The Everglades

wear old clothes. It looks as if they'll soon be losing popularity be desired... single achievement In the' fine (Yeah that's what they look like BILLROYS I COMEDIANS I FAMOUS REALITY CHORUS

the When the habitat does not arts that la really great genuine, I no boa constrictors or crocodiles or Not all vauuc--
among women.* com- gentle readers, but justa' enty-five people and fifteen
,' pare favorably with the individualswho and original; 01* given to the world steaming' Jungle:growth like we few of the many beautiful girls vllle nets all combine to make this

i 0 occupy It. it Is the environ- any work of.. permanent, value in thought) The Singing Tower, (nobody who will grace the' stage of BU1- the greatest tented organization. In I
With Florida's' homestead exemption and Louisiana's. ment 'whose- standards should be any sphere. ":" can tell you about that, you roy's Comedians. ''The Greatest America under canvas which I ul

proposed two year debt moratorium, it's hard to tell where! raised and not the Individual whose The natural feeling betweenmen Just have to see It)' Glass Bottom Show on Earth* for. the Money"when playing to thousands of people
but between
is mere Indifference Boats at Silver Springs (it's won-
ti the tourists will standards should.be lowered. they play Starke next Friday nightly. The night that: the show
go. to actual enmity. and
f'0 Leave it to the bean pod borerto women it derful; underwater gardens night, Nov. 23 In their brand new; plays li re, all ladles, accompany
And It Is a patent fact that.when caverns,' aD aquatic-fairyland. )
crawl Into hla seed and lie ,
pea positively guaranteed waterprsof: ed, by ,ODe paid adult
1 The Siam's there life and two women make' first acquaintance Picture poet cards that portray Blue and White Thedoors
King of threat to resign from the throne Contentedly through Tent. Theatre located be.admitted absolutely free.
little Even death Although It may be instinctive with,each, other they believe everything, from 'yawnlng'gators on Knight Lot., Madison<< to the big tent open (at 7:15:
a hasty. is
being king better
seems a than stand and dissimulation '
with constraint
for a human being to do more to the swanky' Miami Biltmore Street at Broadway; Fan dancers, p. m. Overture by Dob Fisher'sPalace >
ing iq the bread line these days. much the same thing we higher than two.men would show In have found their ,Way Into every Rhumba Dancers, Bolero, Dancers, Royale Orchestra at 1:30:

I animals were .given our reasoning a like case'e; and< hence It la that,an city and town. all from '"Florida." Carloca Dancers' Tap .Dancers and the curtain rises. at 6:15: p 'm,
l 1l to free from blind de- exchange of compliments between .Hundreds of thousands of souvenir girls -
powers us galore laughs plenty sev-
; A department in I sharp.
playing cards pendence on Instincts two.women Is a much more ridiculous booklets ,and mall-away editions -- + "--
and diapers in the same column. A woman who has need of --o in proceeding: than between two '. "of Miami newspapers) have -
seldom STRENGTH UNION men. Further.*whilst a man will, been distributed throughout the
one has. time for ,the other., FUNERAL DIRECTORS
"As individuals one .farmer's a* a general e.,always preservea nation telling of the wonders and
a 0.- strength 'cancel. another's" said certain, amount, of consideration .glories of Florida and at the same :our Many Years Experience Make It Possible" for Us to Render

The'Plant City Courier offers the clever suggestion that Chester C, Davis, AAA 'Adminis and humanity in speaking to others, time describing the conventionAll EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS. SERVICE

if you want the,winter, to pass quickly, simply make'' a'note trator recently. '"Through organization even to,those XTPO{ is are intolerable la a:very Inferior to- this "splendid publicity just MODERATE: PRICES

now that will,come due' in the early spring. ,, his-"" strength -multiplies. how positiop proudly,,,it and disdainfully as frost begins to appear and the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
as-he and .will ee and the.eason'
Only can expresshimself problem of winter clothes) STARKE. FLORIDA
n o a, fine 'tody\will generally behave ..
through organization coal supply demands the .
Perhaps after their severe defeat in last week's election the farmer' influence' felt In, national towards.one*. *who.. Is in a lower social attention of millions who reside in
rank. *
1 the Republican party will try to advance constructive pro- councils." 4' a less kindly climate.Bringing ,

gram of their own instead of merely. attacking the Democratic every That American brief statement'concerns farmer.. One of 'And even Lord Byron who has the American Legion NEWS OF THE WEEK
al feminine heart gopitapat Convention to Florida at this season
one. thegreatest difficulties faced In made many not of the year was a'wonderful
with his poetry was
0_ the past both by private and public above occasional crackat break for Florida. Aside from the HUNTING SEASON OPENS'SOON
taking: an
bodies'' (In seeking to stabilize : ;
The meanest man in the world'vould have kid arrested oDdltiODB.bu the fair aex. Take this for example money the delegates) and visitors .. ;1
\ a and improve farming actually spent for food shelter) ,en- a; -

for stealing apple andthen go in the house and dry his been lack 'ot organization. "They; ought to-mind_ home-and tertainment gas Urea and whatnot See our stock of Remington"-Guris: ; and

hands on a towel that used to,belong td the Pullman Coinpany. many farmers existed solely as Individuals be'well fed and ,clothed-but not which was plenty, the greatest "

Sit 1 "v and bad no one to speak mixed In society 'Well educated benefit la yet to come. Rifles. Just received ]large supply of.Rem
'4, '._ for them. Agriculture lacked cen I too in religloq.-but to read neither Among the thousands! of'''Legionnaires .a
tralised authorities of the farmer'sown '
,,4 A Nevada 0 choosing who 'could exert poetry nor politics--nothing but who visited Florida this ington Nitro Chili}) and :Shur; ,Shot. loaded
woman appeared in court in shorts and the f efforts books of piety; and cookery. Mu- fall are many who will return to : ,
continued and aggressive
Judge told her he wouldn't hear her until she I Eic: -drawlng rdonclng also a littlo become permanent relldents.- They
went home
and i to hla status.Joining of for
bettering shells in ,'A'sk-u
I gardening,and-ploughing now will build homes here establish :all sizes and : guages.,
donned ''
e apparel. He didn't seem to mind seeing her, [ farmers here In'the Strawberry and then. have seen them mending businesses and take their places In

however., ;Marketing ,Agreement of the com- the roads: In'Eptrua: with good the ciTlc,life of our communities > quantity'prices" in lots.: )iNew'stock of
ing season, la believed to be a har- They: wiU talk Florida to rela- case,
oj snecesq: !I Why! pot, as well as hay.
ginger of the new era in whlv Cooperation : -. < *" U'I'\: ,t"" > fir months
j The man from Mars Would: think this was a wild country will bring beret..ro unknown mskl,; a...__* to ,'come: which will many cause many remington Pocket Knives and scissors i : has

::7 if he arrived here during; football season and saw those head- efficiency and effectivenessto Well, come tm girls. Don't take people to visit the state this.' arrived. '

lines about Lions beating 'Tigers, Gators swamping Bear, the marketing of farm products- it sitting down. They took a lot tar who had made no previous '
In this area.
and Wolves downing Panthers.! If the ,strawberry agreement about more' all cracks we have at you room,but for.that Even, ,Is plans It was to do a so.Miami convention_ but FLASH:,'Large assortment of turkey

'f'K works successfully It .la probablethat
0 : though Schopenhauer died In 1800 to reach It, delegates had to tra.elthe
,A Lakeland the spirit of co-operation will length of the state. -A large Roasters
judge with display.
attempted to separate two lawyers extend to the marketing of other you can't let -him get away : _
cam* by automobile.
that; but no one that we have yet
ygkx .whd'weretightlnl' and had his
pants ripped for his trouble. crop. White an agricultural mll- Gasoline consumption for, ''the

It seems that there Is much, after all, to 1 be said for the cus- lenlum yet,far In advance,''we tine In store for them than the or- month of October' should show asubstsntlsl : ,
j ju
tom of judges. wearing gowns as they do in England. believe that members of the co- ganised, ,.farmer has had. la the Increase with resultant IBRiFQfl'WAiJIECO.
"!> operatives._have.? ...a",,
;)'Q7 :."rLn'','''ic k, T'Y'P:r.1r; :<1'I: ';nng: ".,";;! >"'::oi. P 1Wv'- :'<:,':"" .J 1- 4rtr, ,/, "'''fo, ; ,',.,J, '\; .? '/Ir't! .:; "' ': ',---J .:' ::>'tft, ;;, '.,' "', ,.}--"h-I,, ;j''J, !","..-jif ,,"" "'i,'"ij i\'J"' ,,1fi;