Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02464
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02464
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text

irahioth" Qt nnntg melcgrupl1: ; ;,t

rata bli'had 181T'

SU.tI.-Fer Year. $1.50,Sb.Moalho.15o-Panhle '
;l'OLCIE FlFTY..s VlCN .' I. Advance E.I. Matthews. Editor end Owner ,I.:
;;:.:- -_ __IIT! A-RP!, FLORIDA, FRIDAT.' NOVEMBER 23. ;:
,.. '. ." u..;..' __ ft_ H I _-.9S" ___ .. NUMBER THREE: .
-- -- ----

I (fenjIra Open eaBon;With Bang; Scoby's Jury Proclamation Red Cross Drive Pint of Berriea Engineers Here- ,

Few Buy Licenses I ''Whereas' 2,000 affiliated tuber. Brings $1.50 Here;

; Again culosls associations look to the Money to Red cross &

: County Judge E. K.. AgreesTo Christmas seal sale for the sups Continues t Here
Perryman i ToMakeStudy
'G issued only port I, the,Mayor<< of Starke do -
lghty-three; hunt- Strawberries in :
licenses earnestly request that each In neatly packed

the week season in through spite of Thursday the opening of .DisagreeA dividual firm, give, organisation to the sale and beginning business As Many Enroll her pint this cup week mad and their one appearance of the first Of Court House ;;

Hunters Who on Tuesday. on Thanksgiving their whole ., pints brought in was sold for '..110 'f ? ';
have hearted support.Tuberculosis and the money donated to the local -
around hero v-fSr Attorney Crewe. ; --. Red Cross Chapter. The berries -
Says Case le'
but lhry: ? weather !I. not WIn Be Tried for Third of death among the people greatestcause be- Downtown and Residential .See- were grown by R. H. Russell Will Determine If Necessary toArchitect !<,

sport .11 It make. TIme 'n Spring tween the of fifteen eons Will Again Be Can of Starke. Business men have Tear Down Or Reinforce W'
age and forty.flve
difficult for doge to trail the _. years. veered .e Saturday contributed to their purchase, and Addtllon Project c;

A mistrial for Kande'sCoby When ,- when "Dames were drawn to ,see -
for Doves are scattered la the gain declared a* Jurymen sitting was you .are you helping buy to Christmas seals, More than fifty; member: have who.,;would get the fruit 1 K. K and engineers,of the '
and cold weather l8 needed. in the case of..th Tampa bonds- control this disease prevent,, been enrolled lure la the .annual Ferryman was found to be, the regional Federal Emergency Relief f
i bring them Into man. drive of the Red Cross up until the lucky Administration '' F ,
the fields for accused of aidingthe i ( contributor were here this'i '
escape ,, TON.
It la around I of first of the week, Worker are this week making a
com fields chu- Harry Sltamore. International Although was the first pint thorough Inspecttiott
Mayor of Starke. .
The and peanut and sweet potato jewel thief from the State Prison continuing' their active'campaign, to sell for high price It waa not ,of the- uncompleted 'court r'' a

that doves are usually Farm failed to. reach a verdict and It Is expected that the Roll the first to be brought to town. house addition to determine just ,

here late Saturd Y"&tternooo. Bradford Is Among Call will be completed by Thanksgiving Early Monday (morning, J. HI what will be necessary If order go 11

of&! party of eight nlmrods left Attorneys for the state and for Day Saxon of Hampton brought in Ii through for a second story to the
of Sunday and Monday for Dixie the defense again called the same The Dry Minority Saturday ,will be another big cup of beautiful fruit and he: was project. / '

will to be on the camp grounds witnesses who gave the same tes day In the enrollment campaign followed about ten minute late The engineer conferred with r' ,

class the dawn of the new season timony that.waa heard here at the "4 and workers will canvass the down by O. C. Cason. of Stark, who alo county commissioner and stated

.,announced that they would preliminary hearing, following Brad festi County belongs to a town and residential sections of wished to lay claim to "firs that the' investigation waa being ,'
An no favorites while, ScobVs arrest In the dry BdlnnrMv of rnitntlIn .K.. the city. pint" honor. made to decide"whether'the: wall
.. .... ... .._ ._away_ on -ummw..r- )
l IM Is mf At. -* 1933; state It wa* disclosed by ; "When the machinery of every- and foundation that have
-- "* -w ii|*. uu'; WOUW go ; and at the trial 'here last figures Although acreage In this section already ,
the : everything edible from deer fall which also resulted!! In a hung released this.*,week showing that day,life la thrown out of gear by I ha .been considerably reduced been built would have to be torn

fish. Jury. there are now'' twenty-eight dry fire or flood; carthquare or tornado I this :year, what there I Is of a crop down or whether It will be necessary rl

their making the trip were: In spite of this oft-repeated tes counties and thirty-nine wet counties or any other of the calamities la Booking fine. Showers 'were only to strengthen the structure >
Johns W. J. In Florida. that devastate communities, this weak and with steel.Original
Epperson. W. E. timony and the lack of any new ,. threatening were i
civic Paul Canova H. c. Wall witness to enliven the proceedings Thirty-five counties voted by local the public looks to the Red Crossto reported to be needed In all. parts plan for the 'court ;

: B. Mundy Jr., J. M. Alvarez the court room was crowded option referenda to permit the start the wheels running again; of the county.Larson. house addition did not Include an y"n1> r
lems Glen O Searing i throughout Friday and Saturday sale of liquor within their county Mrs. N. D. Watnwrlght chairman e --.t'J upper story and conseauentlv a i. '''7;, r
the borders, and four were wet when i of the local chapter said this foundation suitable for only J "
report have been received the two days consumed by the a one' 11; '
I.In as to the number of deer that trial. prohlblttonvwas enacted sixteen I i,week. Explains story building wa laid. ass :;'J!' ,

been killed by the party. State's Attorney A. S. Crews years ago.. "In 163 counties In the United Worklast the project wa* a,1J{ !

a .W. I It might be !that they are this week announced that the case A statewide total of 141.383 State the'American Red Crossgave spring when county'p I, 'i dcommissioner.

t I busy eating venison to bother will again be tried six months votes was ciston, the prohibition disaster relief In the last fiscal ..' who were putting ; 1t .*
An writing. from now when the spring termof question; 98,85J.for repeal and 42- year," she said. It Is the only Processing Tax up part of the money for the work \.. ""

nut I' Circuit Court convenes here. 932 against repeal organization In the United States decided to hold up construction In tit J Pd J. lan .

in William Drigger and William Until the '1939 Legislature convenes given authority by charter to meet v -' effort to obtain an additional "f""" .

would Council Stanley convicts at the prison a\.Wbllth time It is believed disaster conditions, and funds Add resse Conununlofttlon To project for the upper. story.Congressman :'1 .'. :
would farm again testified that they had the statutes .will be're-shaped to must be in hand at all times to 'Slaughterer and Seller. R. A. ,Oreen conferred f :r'

7 driven a truck out of the prison meet modern requirements, the meet any sudden need that may .>,i< Of Pork' last week 'with Julius F.,, Y t f

A grounds early in the morning of state reverts to the liquor regulatory arts. There 'has been an average 4ft Stone, Jr., state administrator of ;r; :

Good .Work June 2, -with Sitamore concealed rlaws-'tn affect'in December of eighty disaster'each year '' /II\i, \ DMurin T.amnn .*,;,,,...*....., .. I.._ the.FERA and obtained a promise ;, k(\ ,
it Is under the hood. been ,:$18._Th... old laws," enacted. to for the last decade and we never ternal'revenue that the project would be com-. 'r i t'
nn..... _. They! :. had meet- the*,requirement of only know when we might have to cal) hap addressed the pitted and would include the long- l '(
plCKIO up on the foal<| to bewtey '
will ; Report front Many by Scoby,,,who. drove' them to four counties that were wet at that on the Red Cross, ourselves. <, following engaged communication'In the to sitpersona sought upper story. r i'1,' i'I
Sections slaughterIng
Club Jacksonville time are generally considered inadequate Appearance of engineer her to ". '. :
; they said.
Given At Monday of hog and the .al. or *x
study the project Is to "
Interpreted rl'l'
: for needs.Enforcement ( \r'
When asked present day
by the defense if,
a Meeting following their capture, they had ; of laws governing State Farm' Fire change of edible pork products I I mean that the administrator I aft .'If
To all
pemons engaged in tile.lau&htnolnl' .
promise was not idle and
an one i
of state
not been In acquisition licenses for liquor
placed the "flat top"and .
enthusiastic of bogs' and the (aleor l .,
that work the court house addition
meeting of the later released when they stores, retail and wholesale, fJ', :!
County Health Council promised to testify against Scoby are under the,{direction of Comp. exchange of edible park k products '- will be resumed as soonas!: I

held Monday night at the Wo- the young convicts replied that troller J. M. Lee. Application and. Burns Barn Corn : the project can be rushed through \ '

'. Club at which time reports they had been kept In the"flat 'op"for permit forms for"use by the'va- On November 10, 1934, a letter the process of approvaL, <<' ,
wa forwarded from this office la
heard I
from the
: various com- ten months following their rious counties bave been sent out .1;
tended to advanell'Informa.. '
give Il
working for Improved first testimony In the case.. from Comptroller Lee's office to Blue Cause Low Of, Building tlon relative to the '' '
., change In the s''
In _
this locality. the county commissioners tax Stores To C1'O. r'DOn
members of the coun- collectors. and. and 1,800 barrels Of Hog Processing Tax effective with { :
wIn .
'''Oral .
In /> the beginning of the n..JDArket.Inl' ** -
r*' Vonda Orange, blossoms were brought order to operate a liquor store -, year:on November 1, 1984, '
] the. E.' Inman, president into the Telegraph office this week under state laws applicants must A large barn and 1,800 barrels Subsequent Information receive $ vng'; .J

i council gave a talk on by John Uglow who states that obtain a permit-from-their county of corn were destroyed at the State la this office Indicate that the

the organization means to these'' fragrant blooms are very commission and license from the Prison Farm at Raiford early content of that letter may have '

nurses In promoting' better unusual for this time of year Mr. county tax collector. The, old Wednesday morning In a fire of been misleading, and it I I. deemed Business "' ;. f
the in Bradford County. A statutes also require a petition to i Thirty House Acree'Te.. ,'' Pi :
Uglow says that his trees are full undetermined origin. advisable to furnish complete i f
'I closet has been established of the blo solX1l. be signed by a majority of registered The blaze was discovered at information on the subject which AU-Day Holiday Next uy 'J
the purpose of providing ne- voters In the election I Week ''
*'- precinct 4:00 'o'clock a- m. and by that la now available "l'I
trict o'il'U I for the use of the needy OFFICE REDECORATEDThe where it Is proposed' to establish time the building wa a .blazing .The following definitions are I I "jf\
The Mrs. Inman said. the store. Finally, accordingto from official Issued Thirty local business houses thlaweek :
Interior of Dr. W. E. Middle- holocaust. The prison fire department quoted regulations n
Ulnel C. Sullivan teacher In the law publication of the application Commissioner signed an agreement to close 4t/ ';
ton's office has recently been redecorated fought for.hours but failedto \by the of Interest i t{
school reported on the and presents an attractive must be made once III,\week get the flames under,control In Revenue on October 20, 1934 .all day Thanksgiving Day Thursday ,

.., tie, that has been given her appearance. for two weeks before approval can their advanced stage. and received In this office on No- November 29. pIn j t' '
'' vN .tJ'I'
by the State Board of e be obtained. e Prison officials said that they "'mbel',19. 1934: previous year some 'store .\

poses and the' county nurses. TEMPERANCE MEET Enforcement of beer' and. wine had no theories aa to.. .the. origin of i x Flr0t Domestic Processing-Thi. have remained open for halt a day i. ( \ x t.
Sullivan said that the school The Temperance Committee laws will remain-. under state the fire. term"' "flrat domestic processing' on this holiday but It I* believed '. 9s

of and ninety per cent of the meeting will be held Friday. 8:30: beverage department 'created in The barn which was located at means, the slaughter of hog.'lor that with the signing. of'so many ,'' ?

in the community had been p. 'm. with Mrs. W. P. Smith 1933 by th.'deglsiature. : when 3.2 the,prison dairy, was covered by; market);! except that (a) In the firms this year the all-day closing F :r!t'l t'

Ing by the service. friends of the cause invited. beer and wine were legalised. Insurance It. wa stated. case, of.a producer or feeder who usual.will b* more effective than "f;} ),

once A. Gray, principal of the shall distribute the carcass any ,
for school stated that under edible hog product directly to a. A. l* Alvare. chief of'' polio, ?, r r

.' health program, emergency I This Week's' """Temperance LessonBy I consumer the term "first domestic .- who that most circulated business the petition, said
aid kits have been placed in processing" means the prep- men were willIng -
to close
: room so that each one I II aratlon of the carcass, ,or ajiy edlbte b.cauNthey w.remaking ,r
In able to take care of Its own H. E. LAGERGRENIf blanket and. will' satisfied he power of -darkness Jerked the hog'' product for sale or exchange ., plans. to take trip out of ri ,.

... started for home addle from off the mare'back and or for use by the consumer town go bunting or to attend special
the ; serious-minded reader of the Attar following the main road Bill went with it. A little farther and only the edible product so, service that' will be held at 4 ;
M. Barefoot and N. D. Wain-
,Telegraph should consider as frivolous some miles he turned to the left on Nell stepped on, the draggingrein the various churches on that day.

: Jr.. representing the City the following narrative my Into a trail made dark from the and turned somersault., distributed old or transferred by or for exchanged the or .. .... ...,.
,.were present at the meet-
plea Is that It conveys a temperance growth skirting it/ As Nell poked After BUI had got and la' i HIT : ,. '
and said that the city Is back lesson. up a feeder shall be deemed to have MUSICAL HHOW0! *"' + ;
) [ varlly through a branch swamp measure regained bill wits he began .ON THEATRE 4''
movement 100 per cent. A. been processed and (b) In the PROGRAM ,
''the One'Saturday afternoon In the Bill thought It was time to samplehis to understand what had hap of
of the Business Men's case a producer or feeder who '
the days when Starke had more sa- gin. But Just as he put the pened. The bungled tying of the .hall' transfer A new 'musical show "365 ,
also'; endorsed the work as .11. or exchangeany ". '
only loons than churches, a farmer, bottle to his mouth Nell gave a bolt of cloth had allowed It to fall edible Night In Hollywood. come to ag ;
the American Legion. The carcass.or hog product
and loud snort and forward. the Rita Theatre on Sunday for a h''
brand whose given. name was BUI. ,leaped to the ground and unroll This,
Ito In
Club, the various MI.- ( ) any person engaged reselling
cated who lived some miles northwestof The'recoil shot half the contents of course, frightened Nell and she two-day engagement.A'In. It are costarred -
Socttles and the Medical .. !rbandllng cutting James Dunn'-'and1 :
town came in to do some trad- Into his mouth at once;: then, on kept running until the streamingclotbrwa Alice a 1
Committee of this coun rendering or otherwise preparing -
The Ing. After swapping drinks with i the principle of the" hydraullo firmly caught on a snag. such product for market Fays who lltll I .remembered for i, i {,

Starke .. CarolYn Inman. South friends he, on a saloon man's recommendation i ram sent the overplus up Into the Tn* cloth being fast to the saddle (Including but not limited to're- her. singing" In "George Watte'. v .
ty-flve bought a pint of' air chamber-bis' noaa--and from blanket'the pull on the latter was Scandals. f OJ. ,
nurse, an Interest- taller, wholesalers, distributors, '
of the gave "Endurance Gin." (Correctly roamed -'I there Into his.eyes.; "IK'J. few too much for the rotten girth;, It .butchers, factor Next Thursday and Friday th* ( i; .
her work. Mss packers or
on Mary com
t. : A Jag from it endured for two moments Bill had the busiest time snapped and, BUI 'wa* unboraecf.like mission merchants j Ritz will show ''TII. Gay Divorcee r
Worth Bradford ) ((2) to
Wynn. nurse or ) "
i '
[ Us two hill tl.Brhit. half i.bllndad.. which"co-starr'Olbger' Rogue
followed a days'hangover. a T& In tournament
days by qU"be4.Jm"ht a -
"ti:' \ been unable ill to for prepare;several her day report.and .) Then he bought two stranglingcoughing.;; : .;.nMhig he -though with less dignity' restaurant institution or hotel establishment, club hospital of similar .n..._ __d_ _a.l___ _._.._.,__'.._ M__ ,,__'''__ '. {

quarts of kerosene, but the most tried to keep hi. ..at. H. lost his perhaps. Happily., then were noblghbom kind Down to Rio" fame. Thl new muleal --
*. L. D. Vis ng. representing or character the term
you that Important purchase was a full bolt stirrup hold and first ore then th.oth.r dame and damsel present "first domestic hit features music by".. .w /
Woman' Club reported processing" means
art of yellow homespun sold at bargain of his unfastened shoes fell to witness his discomfiture.Bill Initial I noted melody maker, and develop 4
Council bad made a sur the act of such person restaurant e'A'
show merchant. off floating with provoking' M- sat down th a Joyous plot that tickled New-
of local sanitary condition, price by a new by edge of the hotel club hospital Institution
three I made down th branch toward York for 288 performance?! and a ;
had ordered all surface toilets Pretty well "oiled" Bill realty *' road. a sad man. A spell of coughing or establishment which Involves London '
these the homeward lake. for sin month .sy
for Sampson released salivated
preparations a front tooth
It Is believed that this the preparation of the carcass -
really will to eradicate hook Journey. With a '"Whoa now you While sawing the felas to quiet that the bottle .had knocked :out or any edible hog product for Almost aa popular aa the) star '
I1rla. and the same work ole fool!" to Nell his gray mare, Nell one of them broke. The and which bad lodged in his throat. further distribution or use." are Edward: '' Everett Horton and ,
,roue be taken << ,by sub-commit- he uncrossed the stirrup leathers i animal, now out of control by her Beside the tooth be bad lost his Producer-The term "producer" the Alice Brady.'who provide' 'moat- of. 4 t"I
p situations.
w Young '.from his "McCtellan tree." fished half blinded rider struck into as brogan the kerosene. bad bean I mean the Individual or Individuals comedy

Bonnie ; :' .in V the, .Bratley county. gave ,an In. I up a string from his pocket and fleet a gallop aa sbe was capableof. spilled out. the mar. probably ginslam i who owned the hog' at'thetime show The I*hit"Th song Continental.and dance'?'ot".u.e ',
may, tied the oil can to the pommeL glancing behind her the white. and wont of ail. the bolt of of farrowlng.reader .' which J P '
"The Preschool
talk I la
s1 & on The bolt of cloth wa to be secured Bin had held on to his bottle like homespun.?that his wif had set -Th* t e r m 'feeder* interpreted, by Mr.. Aetalre and
.. Other addresses were giv Mia Roger. It.J* said to hav '
his' Mrs. France Adam, direc to the cantle. but this presenteda grim death and after having succeeded her be&rC.pGa.. was a* good a* means any Individual or Individuals everything (a.it: a bit of the Rhumba
and Is For stringshe In getting It into his pocket ruined. How could he him'
I "knotty" problem. square and
actively regularly engagedIn
nurse In Alachua and Brad a dash of jazz and '.
pulled the lace from his bro- he took a good grip on the saddle self with the "ole _n"1 the fattening of hog for market some! _
Counties; Miss Annie 'fox trot rhythm. ...and.: 'severalcourtly _
i ALL Gainesville nurse; and gas and tore the selvage from his and looked behind to see whatIn The only sliver lining on the or' In farming operation a movement front this '
"., Ely assistant director handkerchief but still he bad not tarnation bad scared the 1001 cloud that surrounded him, was part'of which II' tb. fattening of ly old minuet. .?**. ,

"" Joyce Health, Nursing in Flor- 'enough! for a secure bitch so he hit crlter so. Mercyt the bottle,which! wa, like himself hogs except retailer wholesaler ... +.

J about : 'I'upon the following plan: He unbuckled "Angels and ministers of grace half full H. drew :1& front'.hII or distributors of meat butchers, The "mud skipper.a fish found '

without elected trce. the saddle and shoved It defend usl'T )Chasing them waif! a pocket and after having emptied abattoirs sl.n.ht.r l houses, packers In East ,
.' t. H. Hilt was Africa llv** on land. but ,
insignia uoml! of''white It at two rule threw, it
( council. onto NU'a neck. Then he I font line gobitea: /- away. ,'< factors or commission mer must keep Its tall moist sine it a
?w.hl. of the -- ed some cloth from the bolt and ping up and down-as horrible a shook his fist at it and anathem-i chaste, breathes through It., 1

J spread it over the saddle blanket I sight as that Tam O'Shanter saw teed: Rate of Tax:-The rate of 'the .'

Ida **' BIRTHS pinning It to the latter with a couple on his memorable rider Bill was "LIe thar and be (hie!) d-d to processing tax on hog remain at of

log and Mrs. H.. H. Bradley of &-penay nails, pulled from a i now as frightened< as the mare; you! You wa the cause of all ".2= per pound live weight any' of one 1,000 marketing pounds year''drd In *xcesa !

.. Mr. girl' Nov. 14. I fence picket. He then replaced lie cursed her tardiness, hammered this! When you see,me drinkm Exemptions:-Aa exemption of weight (1,320 pound live weight
code saddle and her flanks with his bare heels; gin ag'ln him be a cold day In of .
the by 300
:,aDd Mn., Gordon Griff I and cinched pounds pork- products, In the event he doe sell in excess,
. I every ; ', girl' NOT.V 18.. ,mean of a sort of random hitch while he prayedto' be delivered August Right, now I sWar off dressed weight ((39 pound live ,of such amount th* original. ex,1emptlon. ..'

raptor) and Mr*. Tom Harris. fastened the bolt of cloth Itself to tram evil and swearing. that the gin forever (blot! and demon rum weight) I Ie allowed In the case of .. of :JOG pound ',,would be I'".

. the ., boy Nov. 19. I the cantle rings Aha I The bolt darned swamp always was ha'nted and all sick! Hereafter honest old a, producer-. who selling at retail forfeited and the producer'would ;\\Ii. ,

{eXcept ] '&114 Mrs. A. E.: Maxwell might get loose and fan off. yet I prayers and curse being Interspersed corn licker !Is good enough for (directly to the ultimate cooeum- b* required to pay the tax on tile 't;

;""J wner Cove Springs,,, boy. Nor. 19 the cloth wa fast to the saddle with hiccups., Then the me!' (Hie!) er), doe not MO during-the course amount ortgiaauy- exempted'" ,<#r "$1....,

u 3z) i,


'J.i, _.(,;aj.s: ;< : : 'f { ",.At." }, \, ". .'If."tY!1'' .i'-Jllt-.j.;{. .(11'-j".'

Mfre' daM' ,Arw+r"f"'fIN' +4em P I 'nWMM w"P' ..a ,qr.." f' ,r,rr,.y,p, ,r,n5R orlcnyy 'pert YAl ""rSW r'h3'' ir4'n ,r'ri'' V1hMPn, ; < 1t"l t S'" Mgrt uw-f.. r.,;d ft-d7.d,., YSnWnnt+k'Mi' '111'' 7MX 1 1"1 9r ffwWW'iif' 'r'Wfw S'''Wi ,AS },,1 f, AIIegV'r7dlc.e( .">

.. ,gh h.
-- -
- -

' ;r I I Telegraph Special Writers Live Community Happenings. I IIL'g lllust Tues. Noun Reach

---- ,... -
--- -
-- -
-- -- -- -
-- -
--- -- --- ---
----- -
-- -
-- -------- -- ; -

i .,' O. J. I'lillllptt, Correspondent MlM Ada N I....... Correspondent II. AI. Alcltae, Correspondent Miss Vera Gainey, Correspondent M..... ... GaufclnM, Correspondent Miss Elizabeth-Harnnge, Cor. Norman Clyde Sunday.and Agnes \
A': shadow of grief fell over our The of this and Mr. and Mrs C. E. Crawford and Mr. and Howard Starke spent the 0
' Mrs. J. C. Prevail Entertains young people Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and daughter. Mrs. Inghamand weekend nit,
Mrs. J. C. Prevail entertained little town last Monday morning other sections enjoyed a formal Nadine, of Arcadia, who spent son. Junior, spent Sunday near sons, Lawrence and Robert, their grandparents, Mr. and AII'
; the ladles of the Baptist W. M. U. when news reached here. Jack party at the home of Miss Edna the past few weeks here as guestsof Lawtey the guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr and Mrs. Herbert Jonesall J. N. Norman.Mr. !

at her home Tuesday afternoon. Parsleys, one of our1 highly' respected Lewis Thursday night. her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. P. .. J. C. Dixon of Jacksonville were? week-end and Mrs. p D. Reddish III
Devotional was conducted by the citizens had died at the Mr. and Mrs. O. E Crosby and Gainey have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N, Nor- children were visiting her parent
j president, Mrs. James Lyell after home of his daughter, Mrs. Teutenin little daughters Betty and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch, of : daughter Eva, of near Starke were man. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Mondag
business was conducted. The hostess Palatka, at three o'clock Sunday spent Saturday with Mrs, Crosby's Raiford, spent last week-end here I visiting Mr. and Mrs.:R. N Craw Miss Elna Conner spent Saturday Miss Hazel Reddish spent th,

served a salad course. afternoon. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns at aa guests of her*parents, :Mr. and I ford last Thursday night. and Sunday with Miss Louise week-end with Miss Hazel Sann
: -- Mrs Josephine Sullivan attend New River, Mrs. L. A. Brown. Mrs. R. S. Grlffia and Miss Mary Sapp. A large crowd attended {hi

Council 1\leetll ed preaching at Theressa last Sun Miss Gwendolyn Buddlngton, accompanied : Among those attending the diamond Wilkerson of Lawtey were visit Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp were party at Miss Bertics Norms'

'/"'. day.Mrs. by Mrs. Walter Under : ball game at the transient ing Mrs. Griffis' daughter, Mrs. visiting Mr.< and Mrs. J. F. Shawof Thursday night.
;, At a meeting: of the City Council delinquent Mattie A. Ward, who has hill and Mrs. David Paulk were camp at the Tung Oil Farm. Sun- M. L. Thompson and family Sun- the State Farm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ,W. E. NormaJ?
held Wednesday evening been visiting her daughter, Mrs.L. shopping In Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. day afternoon, were Mr. and Mrs. day afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Norman and were. the guests of Mr. and Mr,
taxes due are aeseseedpaid to be paidat 11 A, Pringle, of Starke, returned and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and L. D. Polk nd' children, Mr. and and Mrs. C.' A. Pringle of daughter Bertlce, were the guestsof J. S.,'Sapp Monday.
the lowest mlllage to her home here last Monday. children spent Saturday In Starke and children Mr. Greenwood Sunday here the Elder and Mrs.
with thin Mrs. B. F. Hazen spent Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and E. N. Anders .
1 1933 (
by July that Mrs. Jennie Roper, of Mandarin, with relatives. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey, Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Red family Friday.Mr. were the guests of Mr and Mri)
large reduction it Is hoped all but formerly lot Hampton,) waa J. W. Driggers, H. M. McRae Mrs J. R. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. L. and Mrs. H. H. Keene and J, S. Sapp Friday.
j our citizens will. pay uu pastdue transacting business here this and Arthur McRae attended prayer R. Waters. dish.Mrs.. W. M. Redish were visitingher son, Harley,:' were the guests of _.-
? taxes soon.Roberts was visiting week. meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0./lIaen was transact mother,,'Mrs. J. B. Rosier of : Elder and Mrs. E. N; Anderson.' A total of 274 books
Mrs. G. W. J. D. Bowers In Boatdraln : were pUb
and Mrs.
Mr. Mrs. Halkett. and Mrs. ing business In Gainesville Satur !
t the Mr. and Frank Thomas llshed In braille
friends in Plant CLty over Mr. for Use of
M. L. Watterson, and Mrs. Rus- section Wednesday night. L
; week-end. day.Mr. parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. were the guests of.Mr. J. A. Har- readers during the
{ .el Dyal attended the funeral services I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and .. and Mrs. R, M., Gainey and first id
business and mother .
V. R. Carradlne was a Gainey. nage Sunday.Mr. months of 1933.
of Mr. J. Pursley, which took little daughter, Wanda were din- daughter Eloise, of Oluslee, spent Jim of
visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children -
place at Palatka last Monday aft of Mr. and Mrs. Archa- last week-end here of his
A large party from here attended ner guests as guests Alachua, were visiting Mrs. W. A. were the dinner guests of
ernoon. In Starke GRAND UNION
preaching at Theresas Sunday bald Johns Saturday Brown here Sunday. They were Mr and Mrs. Lee Thomas Sunday. TEA
afternoon. J. V. Jones who has been very ill Mr: and Mrs. Willis Dyal of They will begin Thursday the 22 accompanied home by Mrs. Brown Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman were line COMPANYSuperior Coffee!
Mrs. Lee Carradlne Joined her for several weeks has a host of Sampson City have moved to our: at 4:00: to 6:00: and 7:00: to 9:00: p. who is spending the week with Food Spoolaltll'lIoultl', Ten Spice. ,
I husband here Monday, who has recently friends here and throughout Brad- section. We welcome them here., m. There Is no age limit above 16 them. hold Necessities'
purchased an Interest In the ford County, who are delighted to People in this section are busy years. An attractive coarse of H. P. Galney and son. Perry, Evergreen Saturday afternoon.Mr. Coupons with purchases redeemable
Ste drug store. know that he is able to be up and grinding cane and killing hogs. studies is presented. Beyond the spent last week-end In South Florida and Mrs. Russell Reddingand for useful article Order
Mr. and Mrs: S. C. Peele were attend to his duties at the store E.,. B. Granger of Melrose wasa Three R's there will be courses in and while there attended son of Evergreen, were visit- taken at your home and deli .
visiting In Jacksonville Sunday.. again. business visitor to this section civic relations including Health, church services at the Primitive ing Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClel- ered.Responsible
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe, of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sulli- Tuesday.We Current Events, Community Prob- Baptist Church at Winter Beach. lan Sunday. man wanted as
Jacksonville, are visiting relatives van, of Theressa, were the guestsof hope that many In this section lems, and several other courses to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen were Miss :Martha Crawford was visiting Salesman!
C. C.
here this week. Mr. Sullivan's mother Mrs. Jos- will take advantage of the meet the special needs of the students attending to business in Gainesville i Miss Ollle Marr at Starke CALLAWAY, Distributor
P. O. Box 031 Green
**".._ Pearl Rrhuman" and dauffht : ephine Sullivan: last Sunday. Adult Classes at the High School. Monday. Saturday. Cote Spg

j ter, Gene, ;spent the -week-end -
,' Gainesville. "KEEPING UP 'WITH THE TONESES"AI.DoesSomeQuickThinkingByPOP: MOMANfi\
r Rev. Sessions will preach at _

Grace M. E. Church Sunday at .... OM MULLO, roil ClU8SSID: -"' I'll. McII.. lases4aaalZJ eurrOLt "u! i rlI'r(; d''? ,y d i ,u I I o
"t 11:00: a, m. and 7:30: p. m. All are tTMOUdH aLoMlllt teaaerwT rrL co oNat! x \J O/16' W'T-/---4' '" MINUTS, '?
Invited to attend.J. W KEPT! CLoO.. fiQWRT. 'TMOUCbHT' 1'0 YOU Wit-NA! TIB MVWATCM
C. Prevatt was a business visitor 8Y TMs.IcrTcMEN = t suP DROP"'ass BY ,1Ubfl6.>.> GREAT SHc'STRIN6t' Z.
to Plant -City Saturday Doom TWO' r1DN'a,w!WAY.aosva.. GUNS 4,1/ ::.::::: alp ,sTSslel'S I{ ; '

q, SCHOOL NES'SThe JIIA&.OUa: 8O"f'PIIIIINDS f/Aara o t MEIxfl COMelB a wittN I Ili i W

\ flLMER fl! .
Lawtey School campus NCn' MilT a"CMOTH. l e' r ,
looks natural again with the flag ... '(.T.... riiru 0 a 4 ..in .,. .IGBty; 'Ii r -_ ,
flylrf' Everyone thanks the local TFINJKS 'Tt i ) A dy!' i ( !, C
I ; 'II iNm:
P. T. A. for the flag. "Y'Ms e."roRTa 1 .i (irkrOr
Of" AJ,., AND
ar The Lawtey Junior High School ( '. !' ,! J' ,fill'
++ boys have begun basketball prac- 800111 e O\NeRSI' .. iPld I \ '' o111i y j',
7 tice. k/,
bii i
R Mr. Bigley, a graduate of a m r -i
Southern Bible Institution gave an -
r er inspiring talk In chapel Monday. Ii tIIMiID, O'g0 3 0 / I

at'' Last Friday the pupils enjoyedan o
"" c I I Iaim.
Armistice Day program. 2'd.
( by'Ph.Ara. .npr.n /J -' "
z Mid-Year Honor Roll -- -----

The following are pupils receiving THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR e The Weaker Se

1j? an average of 90 per cent in .__.-_._-.
citizenship and 90 per cent In attendance -oo..n. 1.t'M U%* dfl.tiN'.. .r. ILL JUST'; AKt IT IN

l'J for also four entire in all months.midyear M MA CONTEST f TH' MY3TON d TH MiSSIN NER! A MINI Tt AND WORK 1 GOT I_ JAY OH1.!' I USED MYINFtfUQR e
:They were exempt 01.J i TMIPIGS '
b examinations. : IT OUT ?OR YOt1% CIRMN
; OutSS Cu. GW[ T$ OLD r \U'\t\\ IM A UTat GAME Lti ME ON VI' J
Shuford, ,
Ancll Futch Sidney
Martha Wells ;Clara.Mae Harley. dtAN A UTTLE RAY 'N' a T11000tiT"' WVIN' MY 9EE SRllld MAT ,miR MCW WRlFl&CtRTnM YOU 1IAVt !1 I4OWD YOU f } J
Elizabeth Plummer, Effie Man DOPt' THIS 'mINt3 BUSY WIND A eu o' IT' YouKNOWYOICMIT) IUPPlM 1 tt

ning, Margie Thompson, Ovid L P.IWFUIXER'Jt! .'M 1 Y- THIN OUT 'T TAKE A, PM .' 1Z ? ( II I /
:q Futch. Ft acim..' OUt lit 'L' SUP1110R %

let Grade CONTEST!THATNOTHIM 'tt' TMINGS11'; THEq S 10 .. /
Alice Groves, Ruthle Mae Wilkinson El4 ., IISt 0' OU 4. SlhJ // e
} Howard Thompson.. ? c.'''
Mrs. Vfj L. Beacon, Teacher. .
1 2nd Grade Honor. Roll .

Elmer Austin, Philip Shuford.
Hazel Clemons, Audrey Crews,
t; Gertrude Gaalclns, Dorothy Prevail LZii1-\ fwaF

:::1 Clarice Rosier Irene Prevatt. 1 1; .
? Miss Madallne Hazen, Teacher \ ..
w{ 3rd Grade Honor Roll

Nolia Padgett, Dorothea Sereal,
L. C. King Malcolm Clemmona, K. ..el..r .

W. Moseley, Bobby Plummer, Jewel
k Griff Is,. Laura Mae Cannon. e

\,!1' Mrs Fourth Lucille Grade Beck- Teacher. e* *M a iJ | 2 HOURS IftTtR _gMD-_ IS MINS MORE To CON I4t1-.J1 -.-><=< "":5:: Sfl*"

N,, None.5th Grade Honor Roll THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L?' F. :' Van' ZC1nIt

d Ovid Futch. Effie Manning. r _____ _
Cleo Norman, Margie Thompsln >>
.I It Jean, Shumnn. 'rJa.-.t t ;; :t1t: .:..JJ! UI'rll'! $! HEY( OPEY> "S-4E E.S LAST ,WEEK' HE I WlSHT HE'D RUN'
Mrs. Louis H. Hill, Teacher. ?
& Oth Grade MAIM '&meet'g M M" FIRE I Doxx/n/ BYTHE( HdTEj; ,. RAN S MILES AFTER ME trl
6A4 .WlORK4 { _,_ q
w None.7th Grade Honor Roll 1 IN AN -OIL

Alen Austin, Elizabeth Plum DOPEY DILL-DULL 'GoSM HE'LL 8e mer, Clara Mae Harley, Bonnie STILL CHASES FIRES f FiCg IF :r.WA. M NUTTY HURRY MAIn 5
Y; Andrews, Gladys Garrett, ,Sybil OVER FIQE AS, ME __
dj Rosier Louise Prevatt, Lillian F'IND WE'R! JEST I I 'eELIEvE I'DMATCHES CHIiAP k

Frlgo. iI IT'S A %MAME" T.I, WAV 1 KIDDIN'' :> HIM PLAY WITH j .. .

Mrs Pearl Schuman, Teacher THE MOTEL KIDDERS) PICK' .- ,,, RON -- -.-
j 8th Grade Honor Roll DOPEY DILL DULL, I ?s.n a iI s -h .r .I
; Mary Edwards, Lorena Rosier, THe TbN DUMB-BELL. (

Mattie Edith Rowe, Martha Wells. TMIY /HAD Mitt' 't.IAI'Na' ,
r Mr. Dalton L. Blackburn, ALl OVEa Town YES-( : e

? 9th Grade Honor RoU Teacher. TBS A DAY LOOKING FOR _- / {w .
fitzc AND T.IERE )
Mildred Sapp, Margaret Davidson t
"N'T ,Js
Sidney Shuford, Ancll ,Futch, ANY !. ._
a' Dalton Blackburn. .
1 W. L. Beacon, Teacher.. .--

ef -- I ...... ....... ......... -- ey ...
t HIGHLAND ---- -..- .-......-.--- -.- -. l-VII" ..Ii.......
r --- -- ... .. -
M.. E.,Crew., Correspondent' DOROTHY: : ''DARNIT -

Bv CharlesMcManus
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reding '
pent Sunday with Mrs. RedlOR's 1'L F OwrIY H 1T IN VMCUX. IT UOOKA S / '
l parents Mr, and Mrs. Henry Aus /, D tFIT STiLYS IN. I'LL I'LL CRT ASLtPI rP j1 I'M CLAD *HS OiDN'T
tin. 7/1 CtT UP TO hY IlOOM- A OtD IN TmA.0 orow / -0 .. ,, 'mRotno.ta.OR NERy
,r Those who attended church here 1T CoMlS oUTI'LL KNOW 3 f /s oe.NcA i erP &I5CUIT6PAGE ,
Y IS ,
Sunday from Lawtey were: Mr. NTaMNOIA e ..
t and Mrs.,.T.,T. Blackburn, Mr. and / //II/
4 Mrs. Grove. and .
Ellery Mr. A. J. 1)
Wilkinson and children.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. L. Crewe and 1)
I children and Miss Annie Jane
Walter of Starlte vlolted F, M.
d' Crews. and family here Sunday. .
y Mrs. T. T. Blackburn Mr. and
l' Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson were visitors -
I at the home of Mr and :Mrs.

B. Wilkinson Sunday.Mr. .
y and :Mrs. Lacy Norman
: Misses Ona and Avle Norman were
In Starke Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews and
';, children and :Miss Edna Mae Mo..-.
P" fi ley were visitors In this section

Sunday. ... __. "' 10ttn.eWM ;'-.",_ ..,,?
c .rieM



KOVEMBKK 28, 1934 '

-. -
--- -- '
---- .
-- -- -- -- --- -------- -.----- --- -' -- -
----- Mrs.: Alvarez Tells]) t I
c.--- MISSION HALL hundred thirty-two ; f'' r
;. ; young so> that a splendid truth was got ; K

I Of Christmas Seals A lesson conductive of much men of forces---why? be- I ten from the subject: "He Escaped i iOn 'i' H'
Bradford High School Journal thought and consideration was cause God was with Ahab's people A Horse With Other Horse ::1

Mrs. Lucia S. Alvarez, local brought from the scripture selected I i I -.I raM- -not Judah) and Benj men." ((1st Kings 20:20.: ) .H i +,

; chairman of the, Christmas Seal (lit Kings 20th chapter 1 to j I haJad and his kingly crowd were A special service Is being ar V : :,\

= sale, brings the following message :21 verses) at the Bible study Tuesday "drinking themselves drunk" in ranged for next week at the UI'I" '.
STAFF Tornadoes 1 to the people of this community: evening the pvion.. ual study hour and an out of town l\! 4

Play High School Pupils Greetings! Benhadad with all his thirty-two of the two way speaker will be heard. Don't miss t '\ '

Sal'P -'.Bltor-ln-Chlef Bolles School Make Whether the annual. purchase of King companions and mighty I and the fact that one cannot loiterat hearing blm There will also be !G'' ,

,rol h'W',. __A .t ExEchan6enEditor I Success Of BUY Christmas Seals army had to flee before the two the cross roads was Impressed special attraction In Gospel music ,f i 1
nth .Ast.. fixchanatec At Field Today Elementary Chapel ball become a tra. .
""'ifJ.il ___.Literary Editor N a 1 a 'I' M A.

''0'"j J'.slorM AndorlOn, \ar..lclcAs"t.! i.>. ..Sport. Lit.* Editor Every One Come-Out And Play, Elementary Chapel-Will Come On a C A L' dltlon or whether with you you, REPORT OF LICENSESReport :

> eetSoelety Editor Pay Or Pray a Tuesday Next Week Because are buying them

>time' m.rnbeTs7.I'nydr.-- ASllt. Soc. Editor aA ''y for the first time of I.lcenee united( liv the Tax Collector, duplicate of which have heen filed with the County 1 ,

Illin ______jok. Editor The B. H. S. Tornadoes meet Thanksgiving Falls on this year, we be Judge for the period. beginning on the first day of October, A. U. 1033. and .'ndlll oil the flat! U. y of Coptember )It-
j .Asst Joke Editor Regular Chapel Day A. D. IlS. 1 It
.1.Whurteld Bolles School lIeve 'I
00 (Jacksonville I
Jr. Entertainment ) In a you i ,
<< Anderson : No. it
Editor football clash like know
t. out at the Municipal The regular Elementary to License To Whom Granted For What PurponeMerchan Period of Licence Total I "

ode lire Drannentainme: Editor: ; field this afternoon.Tho Chapel what your money I Karhol Store ________________ __....._._____.__________ 1.1-8 10- -14 ___u.. 3.00 14.96 ( 1
program was held Thursday _and Cook A Sons ________ ______ Merchan ..... .__. 10.1.31 ., 6.00 4.16 1 .
ElleementerYPDepartment;';;:; : Tornadoes, having lost only the entertainment was a big suc haa accomplished : N. bternhet ........-::...... Merchant: -_.........:=:::::::::::: 108J 10. -14 --::_ = 11.00 6.16: ) '
"rY one game out of the last five, will In the past and 4 Htarko tldw. A Furniture Co._ Merchant _-_-_-_._? ___.___._____ 10.1.8 10- -34 ___ __ 11.00 6.76 ,
..,_... Noehel--Junior HI KeporterThanksgiving probably beat cess.First how It will be I Mm. Rll Kru.e ________ ___ Merchan ...__......______u____ 11-1.& In.l.a4 _. ._ 5.16 1 1)) '
Bolles by a small was a song, "America," by ,J. C. Mannln.________________ Merchant ...........________.______ 10-1.3 10- -34 ___.___ 1.00, ")
margin although something may all, followed by the Lord's H E L P spent In the fuPaHT T J. W. lor. _______________. Merchant .._........._.____._____ 10-1.8 _u _._ auto 4,11. 4 t \ ; '
happen to make the Prayer ture. 8 to A lurlnl ._____________-- Merchant __.._.-__.____.._________ 10.81: _. _.. ., '' f'N it j ,
score visa and Flag Salute. Then another S Tip _......___. Merchant _____......__.___________ 10-1.1 10- -84 ______. 1,11 I' r
versa as the two teams seem very song, "America For Me" the I Tu.saauLesla It has been 10 J. W, Whit don ______.... Merchant ______??..-_..._________ ( 10.84 ___ .._. 1,00 I.T
annually evenly matched. Junior by carefully and renultfully spent, I J. V. Jones .__.....__._ _. Merchant ___ ......____.____ ____ 10II: 10- -34 ____h. 1,00 4.11
I "'" .. ., day set apart and Senior Glee Clubs.] 1 The Quality Stiir* __...._..___ Merchant ___........_____-___ __ 10- .81 10.1.8 ___u_ BOO ; '
of thanks to God forble.slngs Everyone be sure and come out Fifth was a poem by Grace making possible clinics for the t (:.nov. Pharmacy ._._-....... Merchant .,_ ......___..________ 103.1 10-1.8 ___u_- 4.r
.r the giving Origin. to see the fun no matter who wins! Green early diagnosis of tuberculosis, 1 Darby _______________ Merchant ._u_.._..._..____._.__ 10- .31 _n____ 1,00, I.U ;
of the year. and sixth another poem, children I Fred ,. t1"np __-____..____ Merchant -_ __ _.__.__ .______ ___ 1081 1084 ____OM. 11.00 4.1 ,
a harvest -hanksgiv- 4> "How Did You Die" by Lillian tuberculin testing of school J, M. .._____ Merchant _... __ ____ H.OO 1.7 j
was u
?'' it be- demonstrations of the new- 11 Marguerite Shoppe_-____.... Merchant ____--..._______?--._ 10.1.3 14.1.3 _?-___ 8,00 4.lf
while the purtoeeahae High School Students Moseley of treatment for doc 1ft Minn Alice Roberta __________ Merchant -___ __________._ ___ 10- -31 10.1.54< ___ ---. 3,00 .11
prfss specific, l still Next was a talk by Mrs. Alva- er methods 19 A. 14. ilrevn ___________ __ Merchant ______....__ __--___ __u_ ____ sue 4.1 4 '0 I 0''
E in the autumn, afErtcrops Start rez and tors and nurses. and many other 10 lirownlwe Hroa. ._____ __.__ __ Merchant .--.......________ ____ 10I.U0.1.8 10-1.8 ___.___ 6.00 4.1 IA'' 1
late Reading ClubOfficers a talk on Criticism by '- I Wm. H"pp ._..h-_______ ___ M..eh.nl _.___-*__-________________ 10- .81 _______ 800 4,8
[ have been gathered. ----..,; Beatrice Miner followed by..a poem things. Mr... W. A. Urown ___________ .. .-__________._ _.____ 10- .8.:* Id- .______ 3.00 .8 .0 i9
Thanksgiving- the,. rendered by These services will be continuedand 2.1 II. Moyer"___h_-__?______.___ Merchant--------. _____.._____.__ 1.1.3 1084 .___ sod ',11 4;
TIM First col- '! Elects, ,?. Margaret Lowry we trust you will help us to 1 U. W. In".ta, __________h _. Merchant __..__...______ ________ 10.1.1 10- -34 -______ 8,11 4.2 '
', World was in Plymouth CUBit and Members Enrolled Last was a pep meeting led by tleo. P\ YOUltr ._____________ Merchant ____.._.._____.u_________ 10- -34 .______ 810 I "r'Ib
the corn crop was gathJd the Elementary Cheer Leaders anda extend them so that those hav- 26 It. R. There ___________u____ M.I.hnlt _____...________ __..___ 1.1.8 10. -84 --___ ._ 1,00 4.96 a'
when I tuberculosis : be discovered 17 tH.. Carradlne2H _... 10. -34 a' +'
In the fall of 1621 when OovEor A club 1 few announcements by Herbert log> may of O.: W. Walnwrla-ht--:::::::::::: Merchant: :: __::....-..-::::::::::_::::: 1033 1034 ..-::::: :.g3 .U r, }
reading their chances recovery
Bradford decreed a day of was Packham who was early-when lit H|>oll d .__ __ ________ ______ 11
representing .
anksglvlng. Great were thereparatlonlJ.tbe Wednesday, November asrg Mr. Gray, who was teaching a are greater. 30 John liege ...._....____.-_-- Merchant ____,_.______?_______ 10.1.1 10-1-8 ____on 8.00 4.1 041 .f ?M1n

[ few women in Senior High students of B U. S3 Salesmanship Class at the time. These seals sell for a dollar a S33Va.wnrlh llroH., ..-_____ __ Merchant _____ ____.__________ 10.I.aS 10.1.1 ____.__ Nod 426 i t k5.
boiling andEand The club Is to meet In Mrs.! sheet. Buy all you can-your contribution aM:1 1. PII"'I __ _____ _n Merchant _______________.______ ___u__ Not 1 tn4
e colony spent days Long's room Elementary Chapel next week will more 3M3 V. Ni _________________ Merchant ____._________._________ 10.1.8: _______ 3.00 4,21, fl ). ,
roasting; and even the Information at will be on Tuesday because Thanks. this year pay .) H. II. llrown ___________u___ Merchant, __..... _________ __.___ 11.1.., 10-1.3 _._____ 4,26
turning the recess, for of than ever, glorious dividends in 3136 u. H. Coliion ____u___________ Merchant _n____________.________ 10.1-4 __.____ 810.
busy the various books giving comes on Thursday, the lives. ,ails: II r. Jnne _- ______________ MerchantMerchant __________.______-- 10.1.11 silo 4al
and saved
spits before the open 'authors tegular Elementary Chapel day. 3.117 M U John ___________u__. _________?______.______ lo.1.81 10-1.1 ___.___ '.0" 4.1 r
there were moren studied. Boys and girls from High Schoolto We wish you a happy holiday .1318 lid: HIHnlay _____._"___._____ Merchant _________________ _____ 10.I.S3 11.1.8 11-1.1 _._u_ 8.0d 4.1,1
ires. As guests Sass M. F. I MerchanMerchan la-I-31 Intl r'
four-score friendly Indians, I The organizers of the club had a large extent helped make the season and a year of good health 1,40 Mitchell *Drug .Jr-, ._:::-:= : ::::.:::::::::::::::: 10.1.37 In-1.54 ::.::: 11,00, 6.75 / F6

their share of theeast. In mind a threefold purpose: to -which we hope you will enable 3841 W, M KdwanlH, __. ._ __-_ Merchan _____________=_-____ _: 10.1.81 I _______ 8.00 4 26
tho brought as interest more students In program a success. .in to share with others less for 334* ('. H. nolerll _________________ MvrchanMerchan d____________ _____-___ 10.I.a 10.\.1 .______ site 4.25 i.
t, wild turkeys and venison { reading Mrs. Alvarez. the Bardford 1344 A. M. ____u___ ___ __________ _._.__________ 11.1.11 11.1.1 ___._- 4.26 \i+ r
11.1.33 1,00
woods. The tables were books, to teach them the value of County Chairman of Tuberculosis(: tunate. 1344 I'. I. May Merchant _____________._______..___ _____ 4 28
urn the reading, and to Instill In them a Sincerely yours 814 H 8. Wacd--------------------- Merchant _________._______ __ In.I.3:1: 1(1 1.34 ______ S Oil 4,28
of doors, and tbecompanyat Committee, gave to each grade in WIN Ina lira l Merchant s.oc a
In-I-IS 10.1.14
it out them as one big family. taste for good literature by the school last week the "Life of Ed- Lucia S. Alvarez, m W. f.I Smith .._::::::::::::_--: Merchant ::::=::::::-..-:=:: :: 111.1.13:: 10.1.14 ::::::: 6.011: : : (;

t about study of many types of books. Seal Sale ChairmanMrs. 1 148 n.v.. Moore ___.____________ Merchant ____________________:__ 10.1.35 _____ son : )
mis first Thanksgiving, however, ward Livingston Trudeau" to that 814H Corl Johns ________________ Merchant, ___________.-__.____ 10.I.U 10.1.3 ____ Situ II 'r a
merely a feastthereIre Such work will be very beneficial study. Alvarez announces 38DO A. u Kahr ______n__.______ MerchantMerchant ______________._._______ 10-1.1 10-1-1 _______ 8,00 4,1 ::1 1
:u i not, to all participants and time headquarters for the sale will be .0151 II. A. Week _._____.. _____________ ( ___u__ 100 I
prayers, sermons and songs When they have learned the 201(12( Tmpentlnn Co--_ Merchant ______________.--_----.-- 11.1.3: 10.1-3 HOO 4.8 i9, ,
and three days had gone thus .spent will not be wasted. : story we are to tell two people In Canova's Pharmacy. 20)03) Powell. ________ Merchant ______-, ____._____-_____ 11.1.3:1 11.I.a. onh._ -.__ sun .y;
J praise; returned to Any Senior High student Interested .01-4 I.HwlfV tolln..wnrth) Co. ___ Merchant, ___.____________.____ 1-1.1',I 11-1.8 _____ sue 4.1 W'
1 before the Indians about the great man whdtias done M. H. 'I'lrp.ntn._________.__ M.rth..nt __ ___.__. .__________ I.I.I _______ 4a >
forests and the colonist .to in reading is Invited to becomea so much for humanity BLUE BUS SCHEDULES S"UI t..onlnK.: Drug Star _-.__ .rc h.I ___._ __._...__________ 10.1.13 10.1.8 ___. 1,10 4a L'1' R
iclr member of the club. rest 80167 Kunlce: Morris ____n_ __._ Merchant ___.._-_______________ 1(1.1.18: __n_____ .10( 4,28 'i ,
uelr tasks., And word in Trudeau discovered that Dally effective' Sept. 1, 1034 20I5H W. M. Bryan __. _______.__.._ Merchant -__-._._, _._____.___ 11.1.16 10.1.1 _____ 8.10.
I Later History-for many years, now a regard to diet and fresh air would cure Tuberculosis Northbound-4:19: '' a, m., 1:59: p. 9016111)1x1. HarKaln Store --- -- Merchant ..-__... _______ l-l.S4 10.1.8 _______. 8.00 4,1 ;
uniformity. Some the success of this club. To be a lives. 20IHO I1. l>. I'tirvl ,__._..?__.__. Merchant -.a--- -...------ .--- 10.1.33 World War Veteran
re was no success it will need three saving many en., 5:24: p. m., 9:19: p. m. 20161 F. M Homo' ., .________ __ Merchant :"_.__. ..-... ___._..__. 4.11.14 10.1.8 400 226
annual TbankeglygtioonWU only He established the first Sanitor- 9:34 Hdw, & Furniture Co, Merchant _____ .. .. i''
had Sided :
tttei an Southbound-2:18: a. m., : a. Oa.H.t -- --.-- ---- .1-84 10.1.34 _.__ 4 00 .:.26 .
and things. These are: Interest, enthusiasm gum Tuberculosis at Sar-
no for the
not, proc- and Remember m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00.: p. m. 1 inIB K. J, Andrew, Jr. ._________ Vendor ot Fleer ______._ _____ 1.1-.4 1.1.13 __._ ten
issued by the Presl- cooperation. anca Lake, N. Y. The design on Tickets and information atSmlth.s ,J. F Johnson _____._.___..___ Vendor 01 lleerVendor .____.___. ._____ ___ 1000: t! er
Mrs. Sarah J.Hie. "Whatever you do, do the Christmas seal this year is the 311 A. H.rln..n, ....____________ of Veer ____________._._____ 1-1.3 11..4 1.1-3 __p-e.__ 1000
woman, I.I.H
tt One Service Station, next to __ user __ ______ .
with for things done 411 W. A. Jr Vendor 01 -- _______ T.
the editor of Godey's Lady'sBook your might, "Little Red" Sanltortum, the first courthouse. Bit Violas n""ln'i ttoom( ...._..__ Vendor 01 HeerVendor __......___._.____._ \-1..4 ll.lf ___ 10 00 10 ,
intense Interest in by halves are never done right"The from which has grown the great (111in V. It. Currartln* ___.. .__,.___ or Her __ ____ _______ 1-I.U. 1.1.11 _;,._ 7601AOO: f
took an Reading Club officers are: Mr. K. IS. Andrew .......___ Heer licence .-_____._____ ._____ 1.1.11 __. r 4r ,
the subject, and, for twenty years colony for the Tuberculosis, and "I r.nt.'l.T rnt'KT. silo 'nFOlln sit Joe William ____ ,-_-------- liver License .........__.______., ___ a..4 U-I.I. .___ 10,00 ;
through the columns President, Frances Cadman, research laboratories.On ('01 N TV PI.OIIIIIA. II III4NOKHYf. H. H Purvl ___._- ______ .___ Heer License _. ___...._,._ __ ..... l.l0-S.1.-1.8 u__ ,10,00 w y=
tent out pleas nation-wide Secretary, Dorothy Marwlck afternoon at P. A. 8mlth a. lilouldntor I for 11 Out Refining ('o. ..?..-...____ Whoteal oil Dealers _____________ II.I-al 10.1.8 1.31.84___.__ Ea.oo n;
at ber journal for a'' Wednesday Bradford Rank, a I Hlnclnlr Refining Co. ____.____ Wholesale Oil Dealers ___ ______ ._ __ __ n.oo I.Jl:
nor did she stop at Treasurer, Mignon Sisson. T. A. Meeting a play 'The LittleRed" County corporaU0n I I'aroln (Cuf _._ .n_.__._____ (Citr __ _____n___________________-_ to-1-Ns 10-1.8 ___. 10.00 6.00 d
lunkaglving letters to each of --.-. will be given. It is under the PL.ntlff.vii. 4 Htarke bakery _____ __. __ Hakery! .......____....___ ....___ 10.1-8a 10-1-8 ___r. '.00 1.60 A .it}
Hits. She wrote -V Ca.. No. Ire I T, T. Ij 'nir Kiiultulile Life In.. C< ------...__ 10-1.81 _.___ 1
the presidents! ; e 1 ft* ".Hy." in 1864, Tornadoes! Downed capable management of Mrs. N, W. "1. Yarhrouirh 'e t al. Defendant. .. 8 J JH. Carradlne'---------------, Phynlclan --..__...- 11.1.8 10.1.1 ___ -10.00 .01' ( 'ye
T Hlitni1.nl Oil Co. Wholesale Oil'Iealeri _. __ 10-1.33 ___. 21:00: ?
/ __
rewarded for U. Waiuwrlght, Jr. A fruit shower OHDKtt OP PVIIMCATION: fT.---------- ... 12'60
w efforts were ________.___
The State of Florida, 8 Florida Power Klectrlc Llrht. ------- 10-1.33 10..14 ___._. 1000 Yl
resident Lincoln appointed the By Madison High 6-0 on that occasion will be given, the ToV.. K. TarbroiiKh. 340* Park 9 Florida Power ok Light Co.... Klectrlo -----.--- 1d-I-Os 10. .____ mono 800 1' ,,

of November as fruit to go to the Tuberculoans In View Avenue, Plttehurg. Pennsylvania 10 Hhell Petroleum ( ........ Wholesale (111 D.aier. _:______._ 10-1.33 IO.I.U ______ 11:00: 18:60 t i
Thursday .
lut and J. Thorn Hoff It Mart Furniture ._-_.____ Furniture Dealer ----- ---_- 10-I.U lo-1 ____.__ 6.00 r
Day. It was thus Tornadoes lose First Game Out Of the county. W ____ __ ___ Mantlet 10.01
Thanksgiving Plttabiirs, P.nneylvanla. It J. Hrownlee -- n -------------------- ---- 11.I.s 101.14 ______. 6.00
lire. Hale won the title of "Motherof Last Five Played 1- Our school hopes to purchase a I .'l'a'kn notl that the plaintiff-ha 1 ;. 14 Hr t Wall--.J"---------- ..AetnaIneurano* Co._---------- \0-1.1 .___ 8.00 .k
In .__ __ r
14 H. Co toI.S3
Thanksgiving." ,Health Bond during the Christmasseal filed In his the bill above cat complaint entitled affalnutyou cause. 1 H. <."W.I .., __.._h-_______..._ Aa..l.ulural. A..urnc.. Co..-..__?__._-__ 10-1.8 __. u__. 8 800:00 )r
1864 the same day has sale which begins Thanksgiv peeking the foret'losur. of a mortgage H. C Wall _..___ ____.. __ ...,. a lr dc Mar. In*. Co 11.I.S,1 10.1.1 .:. son 7 1 '
Since The B. H. S. Tornadoes played over the following property In H. d- Wall ____....._. ___ Hartford In*. f"o. .._._____ 10-1. __._.___ 00 't
been regularly set apart. It is peculiarly Madison at Madison last Friday ing.We Bradford County Florldn, t0-WIt: I I H. C. Wall __.______.____ ir H Fidelity Uuarantr Co. _____ 101-8a ___:_: BUn) h,
family day, and the very appreciate our new sanitary of NWVi: : .and KM of NWUof H.Ial .__________ _. Fidelity & Casualty Cu. _____h___ 10.a3 14'.1.8 ___ song: a
a back snd were beaten by a 6-0 score. Out fountain recently placed swli. and \V"a of CIM, uf NK'/4 ofSW14 20 I. _.__?_,?---.- ____. Maryland Cu.ualty Co. ..______.___ 10.,. 10.1.8 ___.._.. son '
round of the name brings of the last five games, this) Is the drinking \ Her. 11. 'Ti. 18. R !a Kat; I C. Wall ____________--____ National I Surety Co. __o _________ 10-t.U 10.1.8 ___ __
Inevitable memories of "back first that they have lost, though in the school building by school alflo. the following rattle now owned I. C. Wall ._.._-________ N. Y. l-lf Insurance Co, __________ \0-1.8 10.1'8. _____.-_. LAO ii'

home," of the old farmhouse kltchm. as one may see, it was lost by only board. Ity and .In aw poH follttwn.. .niilon to-wlt of the; *One.aldmnrtarairor 21 II. ( Wall __________._ -- Metropolitan-_A.uranea____________llnd"l'wrlh_.____ ____ 10-I.U 10.1.14 ___.__._ a.on ) ki
and the pantry crowded ,with fled I 1'nll Hull: and eev- 9W.. l 1'ringl.-______------- Rnrhar. _.___--._u__....____ 11.I.aa 2 00 % '
registered 1
one touchdown. rattle, together M. N. Coleman -_-- ------ --- Peddler _______ ____________________ 10-1.1 World '00 /
head of ih.'i
'(ood things. Once the Tornadoes made a Chapel ProgramIs enty-four all future lncr to xnlil herd I J. It. Cntirtmanoh -_______.. ... Jeweler __-- _..-___...___._-- 11.I-a:1:: 10.1.3 ____ _.War10Veter60' ,
It called with rattle marked ane emooth 27 Hoover Hro*. -- -....-_._.__.__ Phutogrephnra .-_______________ __ .__-__ 800
to have above
TO touchdown only Given Friday The Toroil f'h.v..o"t Co. -------- laraice -..._____________________ 10-I.a:1: 1000 1'11
ANSWER THE CALL back by the referee for some minor ear crop hrandvil In right with ear letter and unlit'V, In loft 2( ( J, Phiip. ?..____________,. n.r"la --... -- ___ _-_.____ ______ 10-I.S 10.I.u 11.1.3 WorT4.War.. Veteran 1, ,4N't?

SERVICE" infringement of the regulations. By Ninth Grade and It IB Ordered that you and eachor 811 Hob l..nn ---------t---. .f. ., '_"_. _yDealer---- 10-I.a:1: 10-I.u World War Veteran. '' y' {

The Tornadoes did excellent defense you are. hereby required to ap* 81.2 Non 1rhleljt; :: Corp.Tele- ole.ll. Oi ,- 10.1.a 10-1.8 ---- -too ,,12.60
In AH .uM'
Every'person who possibly can work if not such offense pear to said hill/of?. hnda3 aomplnlnt. l>.cetiihtirUrcl. Bra ._ : _..._ Telephone -__._...-..-_.-_._______ 10.1.U3 10.J4 __ .10 .
From Breezes In"In paid raiifte on r ___.______ _____ __ 01
roll Chorus "IVitgy the allsSratlone Irl.r" H.t.ur.nt --------- _,_ IO-1 a4 :.::: DoO: ''w
Mould answer the Red Cross work. A. D. 1>14. ntherwl H __.______._ Harber rihnp .... ,. ._ I-I.U .
Also l'rPm>nt call We es school students, can The two teams were very evenly be taken aa confessed by you. It 36 Three Friend,* Barber, Shop -- Harber Shop> --____..?___._._.___- 10-I.S3 10.1.8 _._n a.00 1.50 ry
If we try, and we should, do a matched and both; played a -- I la further Oden..th.t.. this. notice !90) Denmark. Furniture____ Co.____-_.._...-.-> lurnlur. ealer---------------_ 11-1'11 -. -.._ 1000 (1.0' 1
Freshmen from Mrs. Wall'sroom earn week for 87 A. H C.w. n ..?- .-* _.....-.___ ._ ..____ 10.00 pS
great deal towards keeping the clean, hard game, although luck The I'. KHibllnheu once In [I..adlor"CnuntY' 38 N. D. y- -__ _________ __ '( sfe .._?..,??__ _____________ 10-1.33 10.10 5.00 a, > 7
burning. gave a very commendable 4 connecullve wuefc, I..aa.H Carlton .___..________ r.. .h.-...__._____. ____ 10-1.3a 10-1-8 Worl.l War Veteran DU );
light of the Red Cross turned against the Tornadoes in in chapel lost Friday. 'I'el".pl riradford, a County newepnperpnbllnhed KlorWltnoH" ; 41 3 A. William ----- ---.- ( .I.ler. __. _.____._______ 10-I.U3 0.1'8 World War Veteran /*
Following are a few facts which this ;program\ In ; .I r.HurrHI Jr. ______n___- r'.ra"' Tnhrco. 10.1.8 __
show of the work game The entertainment consisted of Ida. official 42 WniUwnrth ftroa. _______u____ )" (Operator u.hh..____...____" 10-I.U. 10. .34 .-__._. .1.00. 260: & 1 1
the ha'l 1 and th 1000
magnitude < 0..3 )
my __ ____ ..____ _.. ._ __ ___ .
1. plan> solo, by Jewell Gassett; a *ourt Starke tlr...- 44 M. 14. Plummer u -- Uarnire ? -- __ 11.33 10.84 _______ 10.00 600
done by this great organization. Johns a peel of said Plc.rl( Ht this Slit, of 44 Htark tee factory ...----.--, Ice Factory ..............--. ______ 10.1. ____ in,on 6 00 7"td
During the past five years the B. H. S. Thanksgiving reading "If, by Marjorie : ford County .a day 45 Hrooker Turpentln Co. ---- '. Tur..nlln. Operator _.__-___..--__ 10-I.n" _______ soon 10.00: ryh
pantomlne playlet called "All For October, A. P. lP8 4 Htarke Coim-Cola bottling Co._ ....._--..____u___ 10-.1 10.1.3 _._.___ 1000 6; ]'
Red Cross has given direct reliefto Program! Is Outlined of Aunt Matilda." The Clerk A. J. Circuit Court, H. F. f.rl..t _u.__ r'lirar A Tobacco -........._____-_ < 10.1.8 __ ,_ 600 260 4
one out of every five persona in the Sake Florida 48 M. Lawrence Wlggin.Turpentina Operator" ....__....____ 10-I.a 10- .84 ___ ___ 2000 1000 ,i
players In this play were Francis Tirndford County 49 uulvley Davis ----------. Lumber Uealer ...........__..._.._ _: 15 00 7:60
!the United States. OKFiriAt.( HKAt.) ._. _. ._ ._._ 10-1.3. 10'I'U n _
50 Htnrk Hanker ., __ '
Mildred War Hank.1 ------------- -- 18.UO 7.60
The approximate expenditures Two Day Vacation To Be Given Peek, Edna Pearce, KNIOI1T A KNIOHT .. ftl Volla Lunch Hooin -.__.------ Cafe _____________________.._ 10-1.33 10-1..4 _-._-...- 6 OO 2 60 1
Students ren. The accompanying poem was Atorn.ya for !Ialntlt.1.2.lt130 61 f. A. Hc-ott _---.- --.-----i -- Lunch iteom ..-...--.---.,___.-__._ 10-I.aa ...___. 6 00
made by the National Red Cross read Margaret Hair. The pan.tomlne 63 n 1. L II. -__ _._________-_ I'hyaldan ----..........._......____ 10- -81 10.1.8 _______ 1000 :II
by _____.______ IQt
and the various chapters from July 64 Ht.rn. *;* -_ oarag.----------------------------, 10-1.33 10.1.54 ___ 10.00 .
creditably pre. i* iiitciir roi'itT. lift ,"ponnCOUNTY _._____ ____ ___ __ 0,10
for was very 61 Theatre n Moving Picture -_ ..__ _____ __ 10-1.8: 10.1-.4 ___. 1000 t
1 1. 1933 to June 30, 1934 were $10- The Thanksgiving program sented. KLOIIIUAl If ftl AM t'Kltf. 6A WI.Kln.His Bro. --________-_____ U..nlln. Operator ______________ 10.1.34 __. _... 20.00 1.00.
an exact program Hurt ha ThomaH, al known a. I..Ubertha __ .___. 10-1.8
803600. this school, though 67 W. II Smith ---------- Turpentine Operator ----- .. ____... 2000 10.00t
been made, will Another good play, "Awl! Gee, Thomas, and C. C. Thomas 68 H. R. John ____ .-.--....__ __ Wholesale Merchant ____,_.h___.___ 10-1-.10.1.8 __ _. .00. I.60 L ny "
President Roosevelt, president of has not yet given and enjoyed Immensely her husband, 69 Albert Hartman _______---. <"afe ._ ___________________________ 10-1-3 ___n.____ 5.00' t.60 e1 '. ryl,
!uw American Red Cross : consist of an appropriate song The playersIn Plaintiff., 80 Mix Pearl Manning; ._. -._--- Heauty .-______ ____--____ 10. -31 10.1.14 ____ 10.00 (,00
says of the by the audience. v*. Case No. 117 (II Heetaurant __ _. .. 10- .83 10.1.34 .. ,__
"he Red Cross Is the instruct talk play, or something this play were Wlllli Smith, J. Q. Rhoden. also known a* Ureely ((12 fjr..w. tnj''kj ::-=::::::=, Physician _::::::::-:J;-::---.:::--: 1031 10.1.54 _..J.___.._ 10.00 500: 6.fin 00

of of a great sort, from each and every class in "Dot" Bishop, and Rhoden, et Hi.OTICH H. A. __________, __ Turpentine Operator ______________ 10-I.U ...____ 2000 1000
expression f 10-1.3
school.These Marjorie Johns > OP PARTITION SALH B1. C. _..._,___ Real Relate Hroker ...- .._.._.__- _____ 10.00 a,no '
group of Americans who have given -high Roy Tomlinson. The players gave Notice I. hereby given that under Oil John Joiln..worth ..-.___... Act : Orient Innuranc Co, .__ u.u_ 10-..7 11.1.. ______-. 8 00 t
generously for humsn welfare programs will be given on performance.The and In pursuance of that decree of DeWItt,C. June before ThanksgivingNov. a good .ale by Hon. A. Z. Adklna, t
w times of distress or emergency. the Friday before Junior Girls Chorus rendered .nl..lc, above entitled Powell Turpentine Co. ,____- Turpentine Operator' _________ Un_ 10-1.83 80.00 ;A ptro
In serving the Red Cross ( 23)) and on the day Chorus from the i the underpinned Commllonere will 64efl jMwtry Turpentine Co _. ._ Turpentine Operator ___u_____ n__ 10-1-84 10.1.1 -,_.. 8001)" 10.01,
youIre (Nov. 28), Thanksgiving being on a song, and a sell at publlo nu'.... to the highestand Barnel Pros __ .........__ Show I day only -_______..__,+-.---- 1.T..3 10.1.1 .._-?.. 1100 7.60 ''i ,
i also aiding by example those play "Peggy Breezes In. beet bidder, for each at the 70 llro. __..,-,,?..._---.__ Hide Show 1 day only ____________ -??- 760 .TS ) 1
"rallar great causes for which this the 29th. announcements by Mr. south door nf the county euurthmme l Theo Tleon ...____........_ Meat Market __ ____________---- 1T11'11 -.. 600 ..Af' t
But best of all (to most of us) After at Starke.. Bradford County Florid. ?2 Hlllroy f."m.dl.n.u__. Tent "how I day only _.... -.-- ... 1500 T.IO ,
muon i I. dally striving." official Gray, chapel was dismissed for re- during the legal houre of Ta John Walnwrl ht_____....,_ Art: Life Insurance Co, __ 11..1 !
The Red Croes lighthouse car word has come from high Monday, December Ird. A. T>. 114. A. Hartman ..._ ______....___ ( ..r..UII. ____._. .._._.__-?*____ 10-1.1 10-1.44 T.100H S.on t' 11ry' '
Mee sources that there will be no school cess. the rnllowlnir "r.'ael. to-wltt NIYnt T Harris Harber Shop .. -_._..- Harber Shop ..._... 10-1.34 .. 800 W
a message of hope and safety -- ..__ Riot Machine. .. :.:::: lg: :
Nov. 29-30)). -- HK'4 of BWVtOf 74 C. n Bennett __------- --- Operator ..- lO-t-84 IO-I.84 1000 ,
( Ieo I. -
suffering humanity everywhere.Join Thursday or Friday Pint Grade A-B n n.. M B. Also, 1 TW1'offlincht 77 W. I). Pend.r ____.-. _?- ,-- Lunch Stand _-__.....___.__...____ 10-1.1 10-1-34 '.00 5.00 / 1
This will give the pupils four holidays 14 and l I.iN. t, f. >. n4, K. SIS 7ft Bernard A. HamiltonR. ..- Peddler ...______ 10-1.34 World War V.I.ranT y,
the Red Cross and help to which we Miss Madge Middleton'. Room 11' 11, 1>, and 14 of Block 11 ofTemple' S. Watidln' _--.________... Dealer In .r---------------_ 10-1.34 10-I-S4 _._ ._ loon 6.00 yt x
during It
"OalnUln" this lighthouse! In a row, Thomas painted our room Addition t to Townof P."ka..1 trim-Ida/. __.__. Hill Hoard .____________.__. .__ 10-1-34 in-1.44._ Pd Auvs1 fa loon ?
may rest, visit, and recover from Starke Florida, c to the HOM H. A. Prescott ,___.__..,...>. (garage---------------------------- lo.14e 10-1.34 ___.. 10008I.84 1.00 J.
-- -- dinner during the week-end. Collette plat thereof recorded rJr. nubile Heffnr-Vlnon ihow -..___u_ Tent Mhow ...__._.-_...__.._.___ 3.| .a4 ...___ 1500 ,
CALENDAR OF EVENTS the Thanksgiving I' Green Is back after a week's ab records of Bradford : Florida, 83 H.rrner-Vln.on Hhow _____--- Tent show _____._______._______ 8-80-84 8.80-34 .. _.. 16,Oil T.I' V
-.- visited her together with the I.nem.nto herldltament Heffner.Vlnon Show ___.___ Tent Hhow ____--_.___.______ __ 8-81-34 8-31.34 _- 1100 Tao
IF- hence Velma Conner and appnrtenanoe be- 1 H.al-ter Motor Co. ._--___- -- Oarea ___________________. 10.1-34 10.1.34 1000 1.oA i
Monday--senlor Girls Glee Club. WIIA* WOULD HAPPEN aunt In Lake Butler last week. We lonirln or atiywlew appertaining 84 Htarke Dry Cleaners T.----._ itry Cleaner .._........_ ._ 10-1.43 10.I.a4 ._. 601)' ( ya
_______ tiara ____ __ _. __..=_ 0.11)
project. each and every eald parcel of land J W. Andrew, Jr. *; -_---- 10-184 10..3 ____. 1000 J
uusaday-junlor girto Glee ClubClubVvedneadaySenior today? are working on a Pilgrim W. W. tla laden I Av, Andereon _. __ .. Oare ........_......_. ....-....__ 10-1.34 _....10.(10 6.UC" .l (,'
Glee Cleopartra were llvmg J. Griffle 51 The Mighty Haa. Show. ... Tent d5.y' 8-81-34 15 OO x}
boy A. hj ---
All of the Seniors were crazy Grade C C. Knight, 0 Bore Oldden I _-,*. ____: r :: *V moborm.ri.,_==: 10.1.84 10.1.84 86,OU ,U w
' Firs A Comml.aloner. W. A. M**.ant. Jr. .. ----- Pool __ __._ 10.1-81 10-1.84 _____:6884 ...IT '
about History IV T Klncald's Room 8 $ .,
ctay-Elementary Ag- Mrs. Jeanette lllBtHID War Veteran 00 allowed
lernbedne. Charles Pender couldn't sing? ready for .2 J, A., ou.la.e ___ Meat Market .- ----.--.---------- 1.21-8 10-1-34 ._____11 1,00 ..10 '
inferiority We are busy getting U Central. Florida. Vending Co.., operator Mint Machine.,--_______ 10.1-84 _...__ 7.10 '- I
WednesdaYHI&h School asaem- Sumpter Harley had an Thanksgiving. W* are making !"noTtrwworifR 14 Canova Pharmacy __________.__ Slat Machine _..._______-_..__.. le-i..: 10.1-14 --__--,_ 1.00 t,60
| ? Indian or AFri.tr A.T.O* ION
complex she ever, booklets about the "Little I.KAtH TO UK LI. MI.OR's ..A.!. ft Ixtul Nlfberl __-._.-? __ Concession' ._._________ _____ 4-124 10.1-84 _____ aoq 260I
, Thursday and Friday-Thank.- Ions TUlman forgot all Boy". Pilgrim boys and &lr18. It Iv ('OI.TY Jt'INpl'C. rot N'' f "Inrld. Amusement Co. ___._n_ ConceMlon ____ ____-_ ___ 4.24-84 10.1.s4 .______ 860 .25 '/
1 .
living knew TJUlie URA ('0".NT. rLOHIUA. .7 Amusement Co. _____ Hhootlnnailery ...______. __ 4-24-84 10- .34IO __ 600 .60
holiday, lost fifteen Is lots of fun. ..0..1.I* hereby given l to al I" .lor.. If Runic ._ __..--.. -- (Clear Tobacco ._._____.___ 6-6-84 ...84 ___.,__ 361) 1.25 '/" .
Whitfleld -. whom It m.y onrnOU'tl.J' I. A. Prlncl' __________?---- 11..b.. Shop ___T__..,,,-Tr-.___.____ 10-I.8X 10-t-A4 ______ 301) 1.01 '
? of airplanes are Frank Landrum, of Canova Pharmacy .._d_______ U.I riant ________ 4-28-84 10-1..841O .
SOCIETY pounds 1 Defective parts William Anthony Andrew, a mln..rwi 101 II. C. ___ ___________ Royal Insurance. Co. ...n.____ 8-21.84 .84 _._. J.II 8,00 p '
itl aegnon Sisson spent the pounded to pieces, to guard againstthe on the lt day of n.c.mh., A.I. 102ttt II.ova W.I .__ ____.- Amt Itepubllo Insurance Co. ..____ 6-2-81 10* .34 ____ .60 i,
Teek.end In I WHOOZITT their possible use apply to the B. '. Pharmacy __-____ flame H.vlne __________.._ .-._n_ 8.60 ,\,:5 {
Lawtey. danger of P-rryman. County Judo In and 104 Brown' Pharmacy ......,-r,.,.. flame D.,.. .__....__.______ _.._ _______ 1,60 .
Louise Snyder spent 8at again Hradfrnd County Florida at hi* lee H. V. Knight -___..._....__ Attorney _.___________________ 10.1.. 10.1.3 _____ 10.OOio d, ,
rda'/In JacluonvUle.. Is a girL for office in Ht.rk. *t 1. o'clock A. M 10" I. M Knight __________ Attorney ..___.__.-_.__....__..___., jo-t.ui 10.1-8 10.1-1 ____ ._. .on 600
or a* soon thereafter. a* the matter 107 W. K. Middle tonmxr.,-rr._ Phy l ll' n ________, ______,-,__u___ 1K-I-.1 I 11-1-4 ___ ____ 10.00 600 1 .. >
Among those attending the foot: Is a brunette. TRAIN SCHEDULE can bo "..rd. for authority to sell loll Pharmacy ____....____ Riot Machine _______________ _____ 7-10.34 in84 __ 160 1.lg t ,
tail frown ______________.______ o .
game In ;M Brown eyes.Height at private pale the entire lntrtand .101 Katherine Andrew Cnf ---_ 2l84 10.34 ____ l ooton q
1lignon! :llson FridAy were: 2 incbes.Wel&bt SouthboundNo. estate cl .aid minor In the following Kitrl: Fieauly Mhoppe'.4HceutT Shop| _._n_.__ _._______.. 7.4-34 10-1.8 ._- .___ a.60 ,
SllI8Oo. 1r.Irry Wynn, Grace : 9 feet, 1-Due Starke 10.57: P. M. d.ncrlbod. land In Rrad' III ,W. A. Beant. Jr. ,..,.-..._- "lot M.vhlne .-__..________._ __. 6.1-84 10-1.84 _______ 160 I,:26Joo i'
110 pounds. "'* of __.. ... ........___ ___ lo-l.sj 1004-
Florida (1. I. -
Lillian 11:12 A. 112II ---- .
Miner r't.:-nberg, Beatrice popular.Is No. ll-Due Starke : fo..0 I of ounfr HK and 4 tn-.II B Tor.nr l? Iwndrume _-_ Lawyer ? _h__.__.......___...._ 11-1-81 11-1.1| _-y-. roan
. : SYdney EmMeld and Leelie Very pretty and very No. 107-Due Starke 9:42 A. M. I' 'uf aw'%4 nf the flKVi of Hctton 114 (' Helm. --_ ..? .-. __ lams Device ..__--____-.._ A.1.1 1 10-1.34 ...____ 810 1,26 ,i '(
BI..18. a Junior. NorthboundNo. 8. Town.hip 1 H., Range 211 also 116 Ii C.: _un__ Airt. Central Surety A In.. Corp._.. 1..1 10.1-1 ______ 1.60 v
lties week's answer: Robert W% of HVVti of flWl4 of on ., 11* *> Wainwright--- -- -- Ast. Amerlran Home fir Aur.anc '
Geraldine salons motored to Last 2-Due Starke 6.OS: A. M. T Range It K. Co. ...._ 10-1-34 _____ 1.1/
Celnesvtlle\ SuntJa"; Chapman. No. 12-Due Starke 4:50:: P. M. Town.hip Which application n" will b* "..e I ill John A Wainwright __ -'_ Ast. ".ulh..n Mom Incuranc. Co. 1.1.1-I.1 19.1'34 _.._. LIC q,

-- ., .. rural mall carriers No. 10 -Due Starke 5.59: P. M. on aid)the Court.petition now on file In We K. K. Ferryman County Jude, and C. A. Knl.ht. Tax Collector of said County,. 40 certify that the, t
Raman beings tuber about 2.- There are 40,000 Branch: for. ln. I I. correct.Olven d'
'02. H6'000 and each day Starke And Wannee Dated PICA\KILANORUM. under our h-ad and Official Seal of County JudfC, thlp 1st day a/ Or40b.r. ..
, ;tr_ and t e number toby In this country miles of route No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.!.! Unardlan.. K. K. PKHRTMAN. "nty'ud...
they cover 1,335.000 1:50 P.M C. A. K.NIOHT Ta. C.llcorp A
,' Coo :a. spproxlawitely 20,000- department. No. 102-Arrives Starkt : U..I.U-t
' .. "ear t for the Poet Office

... .., 6" '. ( '?:'!;; J;', "i:'' "" : ; "r1 i.., ;n.r wV ,r a'' n t" A, + r.o.,ti ,
J'f, 1..h ."',, ,, !:: '\" ., \ ,. l'j'V.S, '.,'',' .1/ ':\ "" '" I{'"'I'' '"' ;,,:.I.-., ,. y'
;:: ,:;! ; ) ,t ;; iH :. 'i i12 ; ; ,,,""_" ...j_" -

";rN"'KNY r7'aarA' '"''',rn'\*''*MmGAV"ISiMekrvll\ '+'.i!foi''I('''''' + !rrrtii' Dry. (' _" M"""M+1 m. R'M \Va.1'A>, ''''''hM7/r.m w 1"\," \ ;,rwfyy.ry; ,,.,,x.M," !'
I I.ar" I..
NOVEMBER\ M., ,?.,.
-- --
--- ------ '.a
Mrs. I'lynnAnd: Mrs: Powell Baptist Training l Union Eastern Star 'Honors Play, "Miss Blue Bonnet"To I Baptist W. M. U. Meet- -

Give Tea Honor Mrs. CanovaA Conference Here FridayOne Mrs. L. A. CanovaFollowing ." Be Given At HamptonOn
The regular business
rir'jociety J. beautiful event of Wednesday of the twelve one-day Baptist the regular meeting Friday and Saturday nightsof gram meeting of the ana<1 pre
afternoon: from three-thirty to Training Union Conferences of the Starke Chapter Order of this week the musical comedy man's Missionary Baptist Woo
which are being held'throughout Eastern Star Monday evening a Union. was
five-thirty, was the tea given byMrs. play,"Miss Blue Bonnet," will be Monday afternoon held
the state of Florida! from November social period was enjoyed when a at the
,, George B. Flynn and Mrs. Luther given at the Hampton School Au- church
"" '17, through November, will surprise miscellaneous shower was Circle number Two had
1 G. Powell honoring Mrs. Levy be held at the First Baptist Church given In honor of Mrs. L. A. Ca ditorium, at, seven-thirty, o'clock. of the charge
program for
Singing Convention At Carolyn Keene Honored A. Canova a bride of a few weeksMrs ., the afternoon
here Friday, beginning at 3:15: : p. nova, a recent bride. The cast is composed'entirely of
and those
Flynn's home was made taking part
China Grove Church On Birthday Anniversary m. e R on
Large baskets of yellow and red local talent, and there will be were
more, attractive with quantities of several gram : Mesdames L. Vow"
There! will be preaching; cervices Mr. and Mrs.: Albert Keene entertained pink and yellow .chrysanthemums Among the special speakers and chrysanthemums were used to dec- chorus numbers which will be ell, J. B. Alexander and 6,
at eleven o'clock Sunday Nov 25: at their home last Wed; arranged In baskets and bowls. leaders to take part on the program orate the large chapter room, and given by thirty girls and boys in derman. Mrs. J. M. W 11-
at Chin''Grove Baptist Church. nesday evening Nov 14, from six-I the pink and yellow, motif being: ,' are .Dr. ,,.:I., .O.: Williams at the close of the regular meet- costumes, and as an added attraction transacted the duties ot Brownlee the
p !' The ..IDcllle'eonvenUon will meet thirty to eight-thirty o'clock. In carried out in all the details of the Nashville, Tenn., Miss. .Wlnnle Rlckett. Ing as Mrs. Canova was! playing a there will be a baby contest ident. Mrs. A.' M. Darby, be'l'l
) with this church at three-thirty in honor of the eleventh birthday anniversary entertainment. Receiving the ; North Carolina, Mr; O. K. piano solo other guests who had showing Hampton's moat attractive away at this time.
the afternoon. of'their daughter Caro- guests were the hostesses, Mrs Radford.' Winter Haven and Dr. been invited to take a part on the children, prizes to be awardedto During the business '
The public is cordially invited to lyn. Flynn and Mrs. Powell and the W. W. Willlan, of Jacksonville. program for the evening, marched the most popular. baby and, plans were completed for session entertaining
attend both of these service and Game. were enjoyed during; the honor guest, Mrs. Canova. These conferences will be quite in. escorted by the Worthy Matron -. sponsor. the Baptist Training iin"
assist Inj$the worship. evening and the beautifully decorated A shower of elegant gifts were informal, for the purpose of deep- Mrs.'W. :J. Epperson. 'Below is the cast: ion Conference which meets wdlth'
birthday cake on which displayed on tables and were Inspected ening the,spiritual lives of our ,The following program was pre- Dr. Rvana.!: Erne t'Mof&anf; Mrs. our Church this Friday. The fol.
stood the eleven candles with Ice by the guests shortly after young people and ,leaders, make sented: : Evan:, Myrtlce Hall; Magnolia lowing nominating committee wai
cream, was served to> the guests. their. arrival the., numher and them more loyal to Christ,the Bible Musical comedy dance "Honey-i Carrie Wynn;: Hlcktory Stout, appointed: Mesdames W. J. ape
; RITZ THEATRE Each guest received a favor. Car- quality,of the gift,attesting to and the Church and to make Moon Hotel" given by Misses Charley, Morgan; Burton Hills son,G.W. Alderman, J. M. Brown-
I d olyn was the recipient of many popularity and fovmg esteem them more efficient in their regular Jeanne Lee :Mary Dekle Ollie Mae Gordon Wadsworth I Miss Blue lee, P. M. Barefoot and F 7.
BTAKKB, FLORIDA lovely gifts from her little friends In. which Mrs.' Canova i, beld by I training union work. Townsend Catherine Dowllng and Bonnet, Marjorie Johns; Minerva, Flume.
who bad been invited to share this her friends. l Following Is the program to bepresentedatttde Ella Mae Strickland of Lake Butler Mrs. L. H. Futch; KateGeraldine I. .
happy occasion with her. meeting:'' accompanied at the piano by Johns;; Susie Mary Wiggins! ; Sally Mrs. A. H. Green was a visitor
PROGRAMBEGINNING, The hostesses presented 'a gift 2:16--DevotionaiL. Mrs. Annie Lee; Mrs. :Malcolm Rl- Cleo Saxon; Una, M. E. Wynn;I to Jacksonville Monday.
Music to .J14."Rlchard, G., Kidd. who Is : SoBg Service Janie
Fortnightly Study Belle Grace Adkins
FRIDAY s herd of Lake Butler gave three ; Thad
by Pastor Rev. C.::Bt Price.
Club Meets FridayThe also. a recent bride. __ ;: verY clever readln< -- ----
; -
FRIDAY, NOV. :2SRD. Aseiating'the" hostesses in serving 3:30: -Why ThI,'f'QnfereDce' Is ," "Sufficiency" and"At "'
Fortnightly Music Study a dainty sweet course) was Needed= W;+W.;WIU.j' the Beach." WhU.Mra. Canova
: "Gridiron Flash"Kddle Club will meet tonight (Friday) was Miss Mary Canova. .Pouring 2:40: .::-Calendar! Themes! for 1935 was being escorted by the Conductress .
II at seven-thirty o'clock at the home tea: Mrs.. William M.' Wainwright White House,
was Reviewed;<0. K:Radford2:88Rolf Mrs. Della Hoover to a 'corner > Fancy Blue Rose!
v r, Qulllan-Betty Earner of Mr. and Mrs. d. W. Alderman and
pouring coffee was : Call-Who Are You. of the room,which ,bad been Evaporated at@V
on Walnut Street. Mrs. D. A. Montlethv The favors -Where From? I*,"* _
decorated to represent : Canova'a
SATURDAY NOV.. 24TII Mrs. L. A, Canova la in chargeof 'were tiny yellow chrysanthemumsand 3:10: -Association Training Union Drug Store, Mrs. Lloyd :J- Green, fi p R I ICE
the study of the evening, which fern tied with pink ribbon. MILK
h 'Wheels Of Destiny' Progr a -O. K. Radford. played very softly "I Love You
7 Is on the Second Century of Amer- The Invited guests from out-of-. 3:30: -Some Training Union Truly" and preceding this Mrs. An
Ken Mayuard ican Music. At this meeting reports : I excellent Grade
town were Mrs. F. A. Canova and Leadership Problems. George B. Flynn accompanied by No liner
will be !given by those who Mrs. J. J.' Canova, of Gainesville 3:45: Special ..1unlorIDtermedlI I evaporated'milk .
; Mrs.. Green, sang in a charming Is made whole
attended the North Florida 'Federation XfesJ fSL grain tlre'
:M t SUN.-MON. NOV. 25-26 Mrs. George C. White Tallahassee; ate Problem; maDDer "At Dawning." h
of Music Club., Mrs. E. R Marianna OO-Address-VIsltln&: Tall ,
Marshburn ; Speaker. -0 mgggS$
InHollywood" Mrs. Canova was presented a 3 S oc
365 Nights Gainesville last Friday. and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere from Can. ___ IfWHERtECONOMYRUlfill5 Pounds __ O
book of prescriptions by Mrs. Ep
4:25: -Four Conferences
Mississippi. Group :
Thanksgiving Assoclatlonal and Church person and told to get them filled
AlIce Faye-James Dunn The annual union Thanksgiving Christian Endeavor Meets Training Unions. at Canova's Drug Store. As
I Service will be held Thursday Senior and Adults.Intermediate each prescription was filled by the .
November' .. The pharmacist, for the occasion Mrs. SPECIAL LOW PRICES,
Thanksgiving Day Intermediate Christian En
m # TUES.-WED.; : NOV.",;i7.28,, I i. In the Baptist. Church at 10:30: a. deavor met Saturday afternoon at Juniors and Leaders.and Leaders. Edna Hart, Mrs. Canova openedthe FRESHLY ROASTED! FRESHLY G GROUND!

,"GAMBLING"Oeorge m. the sermon will be preached by the Church. with Louise Stern In ::8-o.Re-as( embJe for Intermediate package given her and found '
Rev. B. M. Montgomery of the charge of the study'course the Sword Drill. that: each package, contained a lovely
M. Cohan Methodlet Church. The music will subject being the Teachings of'Jesus 6:00: -Recreation and Refresh- gift.' Mrs. Hart. in presentingeach COFFEESelected
THURS.FBI., NOV.; 29-SO be {Jn charge of .the choir of the and its application to home and f> menta. ,tjftj'1. ; !gift to the honoree, gave some
Baptlet Church. An offering will school life. Plans',were made for; 700: --Devotional Song Service very 'clever directions.'; ,from 'the Fines Coffee Grown and Blended
"The Gay Divorce tie,.taken which following the ,ctla-" a Thanksgiving party'' at the by Assoclatlonal Director. Refreshments ta of fancy* cakes Three Ways to Snit Every Taste
1 tom of past years will be give&to! Manse on November SO. Billy 7:20: -Open Forum-::All Grades. and coffee was served.by the com EIGHT O'CLOCK "RED CIRCLE" BOKAR
'4 I Ginger, Rogers Fred AstalreAlice the Florida Children' Home>6f Jackson will have charge of the 7:35: -Better 'Speaking Contest.8:00Demonetratlonr..Senlor mittee. "Mlld-MeUou". Rich, '.Full; Blended Vigorous and Wlney>
: Brady Jacksonville. The pastors,o&the. J program for the meeting to beheld : t B. .
h 1 4 city earnestly ask a good< ,,attendance this Friday afternoon at the T. P. U. Program. KiddCanovaMrs. Ib: 19c lb. 21c lb.& 25c
-u -
nY '
is } 14 _at this' _Union Servlce. _church. 8:30:, -Reviewing..Demonstration
-- Program.3S1, ." ..... Florence'' Emma Canova
8:35: -Special Address-Visiting anounces the marriage of ,her
FRESH!: Plain or Sliced
? Speaker.. daughter, Eunice Elizabeth, to 14-Oa 18-Oz. 24Oz.

I1 ; GREEN'S STORE W.Gainesville C I : Members Meeting To'Attend Richard by, the Rev.G.ceremony C.Kldd,B. Price.being Saturday performed evening BREAD 6c 8c: lOc

The' Gainesville OrdVa'' of Woodmen This marriage came as' a surprise GRANULATED (DIXIE CRYSTAL)
Circle will entertain to the many friends of the
\ lodges of
this district at "Frat rnal,Night" contracting couple, the ceremony SUGAR 10' Lbs. ,49cIONA
Iti Owned ,And Operated By L. J. GreenWE next Monday night. being> performed In the home, In ,.. ,, '. -
Mrs. Vonda Inman.will preside the presence of the Immediate PLAIN'or;. SELF RISING., .
BUY CHICKENS ,AND ..EGGS't. at this meeting ao4Mlas/ Perle family. Mrs. Levy; A.. Canova 6 n e.; 12 Ibs. :24 Iba! 48 1UV
Manning will serve nAa- the wedding'.|music ,and FLOUR
1 PROMPT? DELIVERY SERVICE The'-Starke drill team-.jvtth MiesGladys' ,27 49c 9Oc$1.77'SULTANAJieliclous
t t *> ** 1- ..white; chryasnthemumawand ,ferns I_ .: $
Williams ta4.lptain.) will were
used decorations
.as ; :, ,
iI M Telephone 86'Trade' At Home the attend initiatory the meeting work and will'put on Mrs. Htdd, f is, the,- ,younger| .(, Rich, PEANUT
A .larg delegations from this daughter'of.Mrs. Florence Emma BUTTER & 13c
1-Ib'jar 2-lb.
a t FRIDAY'and SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 & '24HOUR i meeting.Grove. ',expected' to attend.thla nova.Canova She and was the late graduated Paul E)'from.:Ca jar25c'

:' :i'{ i ,\, if the B. H. 's. In''the'Class of''34,
6LBS., 12LBS. ,24-LBS Woodmen Circle Nbtice and is a popular'. .member:of, the PRUNES Sunsweet 2ibC!
25c 46c 87c. The regular meeting .of''tbe younger BIQUICK Pkg.
froni'Rlclimend 33c
Sterk;drove of Woodmen Circle, Mr Kldd Is formerly .
1 i'I will be held next Tuesday evenIng Va., and is a'civil engineer SNOWDRIFT, .lb:*can'.I4c; 3-lb. can 39c
fib ;, '' 33< c 1.16 November, 27...at.seven-thirty in the employ of the FERA. Mr. Doggie Dinner Dog Food 3
o'clock.. I ( i I and Mrs. Kidd are at home to their ; ::16-oz., ;cans 25c
s 'RITTERS (J .All member-fer\ ttfeY'ordef> are friends at the home of the bride's CAKE FLOUR Pillsbury's Pkg. 29
j Via' PHIL ," asked to be present. .'/, mother Mrs. Canova. BR'ER RABBIT .

CATSUP,.14-oz hot. 12'/c' : Porlt&.Beans .Can' 5c ItWONTDL -ALL,- NEW'THI. $ YEAR SatN e :MOLASSES No. 1% can 19c

l : fl

''jft .SARDINES' 3 CANS 1 lOc OUR SPECIAL* i* *$5i IL10* evar rilr aliet.rft1lljIFI Q Lcw NUCOA4b.. ([ '<.. 17c

+r, Lbs. /

Lb. 35c

Lb.Can 30c COFFEE ..c.in': 17c Show

4 IONA ., :

F ,GROUND COFFEE 2 Lhs. 25c,' BEST BACON WHITE; t Lb. :..r 16c'. oalAr;ind DICED TOMATOES No. 2 can. '.2 for 15c

x l WHITE; RIBBON HOME GROUND sp' ads; a. C GU CARROTS, No. 2.Can lOc

IT. t eef War fS CARROTS ;& PEAS, No. '2 15c

rrlilA6LrhAUR3rMCI7.SPAND CORN FLAKES, 8-oz..Pkg., 7c
PRINCE ALBERT lOc MUSTARD; s-oz. bot.lcj IRI COlvasrs.
: a' ,, ovpeurraseu KA ., ONA
iie YNOrR CANVAa !
I t MAINE I > "ww ew. Gsltsql GIRLS!GRns 1s: PEAS li-:2tf: ,2 Cans- ; 27c
N0.fl 1j :
IyitUR/rlr/ y a dArlo o ,j-I ,

POTATOES 10 [Us, -iQ: : re f.""l eOlCJ.lre......."a'," "9M MhYffNek.LniGe W4 'A.JAll-Su.wme Quality SALAD*

e ? I Sff Ilyp

FENDERS 8-oz: 16-0Jti.1 ,wrRKwrto': n DRESSING Jar 13c; ,.Qt.jar23cDROMEDARY :

OPCN-ri3PK-OVtKTURC-7-3ORM.-CUP.TAIM RIS3'& SIN. Delicious Cranberry

SALAD:DRESSING e'' lOc. 15c1?' .1 STARKE=FRIDAY, NOV., 23RD. SAUCE No'l;:1'4' Can ': :. 15c

FRESH Madison St.at Broadway-Tent Located on Knight Let I _
rI..r BAHANAS' 4 Lbs. 13c LUCKY STRkF.CANEL471ETERt .1. .....OLD GOLD

I j ) TOMATOES' 2 i L 1 u .....,.......uwa-W-MNMAIIW" ..."" WYAI. YAWAaIIWWYlahal4YWWMYWI/WaeN. """ / __\\ GARETTES Per .
YO :.IMPERIAL mi. t tAPSES Carton l $1.20



MANETTO. VANILLA 6-o r .hOl lOc i 1:, Cd TaU'Can.. 16c

I TOMATOES. No. 2 can 7c: : > POLISHING
; .
"' MIXEDGROINpWFlT2Lbs25c ROUND) 1'1 b/krre.eAlr: and Crank-Case Service and Expert Repairing POTATOES 1 10 Lbse 12c

.!. at a Reasonable Price.
", .,. FRESH TOMATOES Lb. 8c
STEAK; Lb. 'isc


STEAKS Lb. 18c PORK CHOPS Lb.14c I I ,

i """ ...,. .. j THE::, GREAT,ATLANTIC& ACIFlc.Tfa'COIPANYrll ;
------1"-I" "" :.

t. ,. I1'p! .. U: ,."'c'l''t..''"'' '.(r'::? iik".I'I" ... .. ",, ; ''.\' .W....'''.\'.."','-,,\- .,.'"-..':t."-':". :.,. "',,,' .,.{,.i.1.I':",;'.'.,,1;..;,. ,"-;u h .o yl, p n ,yt;. n f X71 f< DrySPn.n/ / ,


eRTr'r+>wq ,. ,
m"v. spry? r .fur. r.rr. -rMt, ,. 5 r r.fir+. aaP/II'R"n' '+ il T '1YK"'fM't1; A"P.p1jYM"'i{ /M+hh+mix ,} +'AnhAyfdMA/nq/ "rVl'/ IYA1+ 'r; l 1

83 '1934 l
--- -- -
-- --- -Mrs.-- --- .- ---- -..- -- -' .- -----..- ..,-_._- --_. '. .- .- -..- J''I, I'r'' ,vj.
Paul E. Canova, Jr., and j
I Mrs. Richard G. Kldd Tues Mrs Harold C. Wall and Mrs Mrs J. J. Canova and :lire. F. A. Mr*< Yon spent Junius
day In Jacksonville. week In M.St.Smith Petersburg are spending,where they thlll Canova Wednesday of Gainesville afternoon were attending here Perle Manning will attend an All- and Mary Brownie, will arrlv.'to'i'j',I i !

Bits oi are visiting Mrs. Wall's parents, miscellaneous shower given for State Woodmen) Circle meeting;: InLakelano7.4ax .day from Tallahassee, where they J J:1;\ "i\:
Mrs. H> A Bishop Mrs. Olin W. Mr and Mrs. C. T. putton.Mrs. Mr- L, A. Canova, at the home of \ Friday: November are students at the State Woman's' ', '
White and Mrs. S. C. Carnell spent Mrs. George B. Flynn. 30, which; 'iu.b attended by several I College, for a weekend visit; 'with i""

Tuesday In Jacksonville.Mrs. J. J.Rlgdon and IDeal Ne Miss Eva. have returned'' home, ,Mills Rosalind Jacobs leaves Friday :1 attend the Homecoming activities' .'\ .1 ;:\ "'j'
H. J. Sewell. of Gainesville, from a several da..visit In Vero for Gainesville where she will Misses Ruth" and Lillian Stern- at the University of Florida dur I) ,
I OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND was In Starke Monday visiting Mr. Beach the guests of Mr and Mrs. attend the Homecoming celebration berg, Estelle Kendrick and Hazel! ing the week-end. They' will be .'H 1 ,1
CONCERNING ; and Mrs. Graham Causey. Louis Shlrfield and Miss Alice at' the University of Florida Adklns, will spend the weekendIn' accompanied( to Starke by Miss ,: !;; I IJ}
PROGRESS OF THE,, COUNTY AND TOWN Shlrfleld. this week-end. 'Miss'Jacobs'willb Gainesville with friends, and'will Ellen Wiggins who Is also a atu. ,,, : I. I:1,
IL I Mrs. E. D. Card has been confined Labor of joined there for''the occasion attend the Homecoming celebration dent. at the College, and who will i '/'
to her home tor the past lost Unions Britain have by.tier sister Miss Miriam.Jacobs, at the University of Flor spent the week-end at herbom.at,, 1 \ ,\
over 1,000,000 members In the "
-a week on account of illness last nine years.Rents of Lacooche: ida. Keystone; Heights. ::3 f"Wi \;'!1 ,Ij

A. Davis spent-TuesjackgonvUte [ CoL and Mrs. H. V. Knight and d ... .. f .... .. .. .-IT .- .. TO ... "-, .. ... -- Mrs. rut t. .t I Il'
children, Epperson has been Shanghai "
were visitors In Jacksonville China are I IA V. .. .' t
n I Friday.! the guest this week of Dr.and Mrs. soaring.NAE4a. > : Un, ;. t
Bake J. E. Mains, In Lake Butler. 'I' : C", '1 .r .t.
Gene- I REAL ..
icy here :Monday. I Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price and .......,...:.. I. .,"'- .. '
tVII a visitor ; Mrs. J. C. Downing. Mrs A. F.j : [ ] ;> ..),. :
children ti
were visitors to Jacksonville .
Tuesday.. Sauls and Miss Louisa Snyder, 'L' We',have opened an office at (, > I { "" 5''
It of Alachua ,
spent Saturday In Jacksonville Wlvetret a good hold on \ .
your ) '
"enlTvlaltor\ here Friday.. husband. Earl Carroll Is going to ?".15IWw.Calf_ / 1 Street and will appreciate .: ,p.\ .. ., .. J
Mrs: John Cone and son, Clyde, Mrs A. Z. build a glass theatre "
Adklns Mrs. M. E. on a tropiCal i
If (5 ,
Andreu was attending to of Brooker. were visitors here Edwards and A. Z. Adkins. Jr., Island near your you ftj; ,, .. r
A Jacksonville Friday. Monday afternoon spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. Miami. If there .' have really want A .) t
ess In property you : ..7VV: .'.:,.
W. H. Ogden, of was anything to sell today s prices we will 'I 1 f j '
Bryan, of Ralford was atenr Keystone Mrs. Olin White, Miss Dorothy I needed to start .
A. to business her Friday. Heights, was a visitor to Starke White and Miss Ernestine Andrewswere another boom be very glad.to have your list- \ ', : '
Friday afternoon.
visitors to Lawtey Sunday. down that way, I V ,
.: .,,
ings. L' J./ r1 .
E. Knight and son. Paul, i I think they "
Visitors D. to Jacksonville SatJoe ,Ml Edna Hutto Sharon Hall I Miss Rosalind Jacobs had as her have at last hit + ,:We are experienced: :. Brokers : .. J. 1ri
and' A. H. Hall were'visitors to guests for the weekend, Mr. and I I I upon it.Cali ',' I .' ""' ,. '
Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. Isadora Greenberg, of Ocala. you' Imagine .. ': and have met the requiremnts : .
Hill Williams, of,Lake anything 1 of the Florida Real Estate "
court here F. Sanderson, j
attending M. Alph A. Ha- less ..
er, was Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. W. private .. t .i f '
I week. sen, of Brooker, were visitors here L. Wall and Mrs. Harold C. Wall, than a fan dan Commission. ,.
Wednesday afternoon. cer in a' ,\
were in Jacksonville last Thursday glass .1I".a- I. '
UB and Frank Inman, fresh.it theatre? And when Earl starts fll
Oglethorpe University, At- Mr. and Mrs..Ancll Wainwright, i hla girls "dancing on' the curling WILSON REALTY CORFN.By ..t: /.r. l' !t?s(
u, spent the week-end here of Jacksonville, were in Starke Mrs Vonda Inman and! Miss Ethel waves of the Atlantic" the men ''
heir mother, Mrs. Vonda In-: Sunday.visiting Mr.. and Mrs: O. A. Moore attended a District won't throw stones, they'll throw "

Andreu. Woodmen Circle meeting in Ocala, fits.Even JOS. E. WILSON :t'tm'I'II'I
Friday. though you never expectto I l' 5"

PLAN YOUR PARTY NOW! .appear in a glass theatre, It's ____._____.______________.____. _____._.._____________.._____._______ ; -
a comfort to know that I -- ---- -- --
Miss Florence GUI Is spending can
I SUNDAY NOV.: 25 this week in Orlando visiting her keep you well-dressed! enough to do
3 DAYS ,SATURDAY NOV. 24 uncle and aunt, Mr.'and Mrs W so at any time. Just cast your
FRIDAY, NOV. 23"OrlKlnal K. Wilder. glass eye over these:

1111 t. VAUDEVILLE ee George H. Inman, who-( is attend- Special'
n .. STAG ing school at the University of t
G..I..U.IC- Outing Flannel Tip Top Grocery
OW DANCING FUN AND Florida, spent the week-end at his
MN home near Starke/;
O.nrh.r." RED :
,' OUHItC.RUTHPALACE: l.HN ...! Me D P. Carpenter, T. T. Fs a

R. F. Demorest and Jeanette '
Long S

t I Cows OTHER and BIO aee ACTS Itl ping Klncald In Jacksonville.spent Saturday shop- I MunaingweeeSilk Hosiery I TWO WEEKS SPECIALS 1 S 1 r ;+

/ + W. G. Halle and son, WoodflEHalle $1 quality but sUShU '
:gt nV W abne w I. ,. were in Jacksonville last;, Irregular I 3No.2cans21c
I Thursday attending the funeral oi 69c Tomatoes ,

:George Ross Needham. j

I AeR 10 O,bItN Dr.'and Mrs. W. B. Parks and I Peter's'BOOTS 2 No.: 2 cans j5c j

the ,
Miss 'Kitty Hogsed, spent I ,
FOR MENBlack i. ,
week-end in Atlanta visiting
and Mrs. Sidney Parks.Mrs. or Brown PEACHES No 2'/ Carl __15c LETTUCE, Each, _. ._ 7'/2c
L. W. Halbrook, and little ,. ,
THEATRE son of Lake City spent Friday .. PINEAPPLE No. 2 1-2 can 19c CELERY' Each _____*-_ lOc l off.
here with her parents, Mr, and _

Jacksonville, .. ..,a.t... ,Mrs. Wesley ri L. Andrew.. !MarlllatMtnShirts & Pajamas' GARDEN PEAS No. 3 can lOc. Irish PD.TATOES.JO.Lb.. 12c m, / !

.-- -. Mr4!; ;Jessie Mae 'Blakely and Known asi thee best' I' SUGAR CORN, No. 2 can .10c Sweet POTATOES, lOlbs. 15c" ,
Vfea Patricia Lambe. were In Lake

City Sunday afternoon visiting;Mr. $1.95, SARDINES 3 10c ONIONS 3 Lbs. ... _IOc -I'I
YOU'LL'GET4, ; JWORE TIIUILLS W JTJA and Mrs., Johnny Caleden.Merrill cans ___. ;; -___ ,

iM Futch B M ,MM a B M student-at< the International PORK & BEANS, Can __s5c APPLES, Delicious trdoz.: _25c

University of Florida, spent the Made to Measure'' ,
PHILCO RADIOS weekend here with bla parents, SUITS [ CABBAGE Tender; Lb. 2Y2t APPLES'(York Imp) 6 Ibs:25c

Mr, and. Mrs. C..A, Futch. $22.50 and Up

Our !Modern Circulating and Radiating HEATERSNice FINEST I 2 1bS.19C
and little
L. Brownlee
Mrs. H.
,Warm JI'ull'Slzed Doubled BLANKETS COMPOUND ,
!daughter Madge, spent Tuesday In
ALL CONVENIENTLY PRICED Jacksonville, where they visited MEN'S OVERALLS Lard 91 *

Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth. Flop Pocket 1 Pound 2C 1"
EXERCISE AND ENJOY YOUR CREDIT TODAY Mrs. C. Miss Lelia Good quality 4 Ibs. 38c ,!

Dea Andrews and Julian Peek Jr., 98c..1 w. r n .' .
-AT- spent the week-end In Madison vis- _
ting, Mr, and! Mrs., J. R. Boring. .RICEvl I S UG: Ali' FRUIi; fAKE MATERIAL; < j '
HART FURNITURE CO. Miss Louisa Snyder will spend Peter'sSHOES ._. ,
the week-end In Gainesville \.wlth ., ,_ Cherries, Lb.__H.r: -_ 47c 4 ,;

friends! *at .the and University will attend;:of Homee Florida.( mIn .For-*Men- $.95.and Women*- '5; Lb. s. 21 c 5Lbs..25cButter Pineapple, Lb. _._- ?- .' 45c'I. sH t

Citron, Lb. _..__ f30c ;;
Shell agent, .u..t.
9 p' 1 u II Jesse B. Alexander Why< take a a.chance on unknown ,
THE LAKE CITY COLD STORAGE lmll I. able to be out again after being brands when lOll can buy I Lemon or Orange, Lb. >.30c jj
for the'past
confIDed to his home standard brands just U cheap atSTERNBERC'S '
three weeks! on account of.illness. Currants 10-oz. pkg. .._15c 'r'ay
w C.Nna Pork .. .. WPlUKl ,
a.w.Pe. for I.U. lad b..lne. .
.. *
._.. __ have .1.- -MM "
will '
'. '* '."r.omr... all ""_.t.r.fa... offered tkln. We_. ..... now Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilmot are ''' Ib. 3k. Dates, Y2-oz15c; Figs:lOc ;
ruse will ... ......... at all tI__ .." ..prrleneed ten who arrival .of a son, :
JVJ. .Yew. t. .aee. F..r teat !...t rlBht In .Mer. t. brl.f out that. announcing the FloridaGENTAWPRD Raisins Pkg. _....__ _..10c in
rI... that rant ...raid ....*. It tlk.. r. < Jo t at.nae Ernest. Jr.. on Wednesday. November .-.. +
to ... how Mlt sad
mr roar 0. w Starke.
1.r..""'.."*1". t. apply <. each P1b ..d .* ."_* *0 let *h* bestIt. ii 14, at their home near

/ I.RT f" TREI AND SMOKE TOIR MEAT .THIS SBASO ; Paul Knight. a student at the A LIFE BUOY SOAP, 2. for _15c,f BROWN SUGAR, 3Ib.s.:>/25:: '
AND BU CO: :*"...CD. ill University of Florida spent the : '1

One Prlrrn.F-r The ffmm.. Will B. A. F.".W.'>l week-end. Col.In and Starke Mrs.. D.with E. Knight.his parents COLUMN: Ij"- 'BAI ..AJRD'S TABLE TALK-":.Plain orJSelf-Rising pn' r ,'

U, SILT CVRB ..__1lb. 8MOKH SALT CfBB *_-1V4. Ib. Etholinand .- 1. "'..,,,r1 ,tHt. a' l 0, LBS. '12 LBS. '24 LBS jr ,{ n M1. i'' 5

eta Cl'HE ______'_1H" -Ik S.o". WHfc Hlek.ry W..< 1. l". Mrs. Olin White. Misses M MALE.HELP RANTED: .. ( {

1 ant .kept Ia .'0.... ..tIi ..... ....1...... ears ........ Meat Carol White and Olin Miss White.Dot Bishop Jr-. STEADY WORK-0000 VAX;.. [.OU ;
Walter .
.. .
M..ennld. In. Rood.era...t.....plot.1.. 1,111.... _....0...der...........killed.. Ht., IN.ALTF.IJ.. N motored to St. Augustine Sat RELIABLE MAN ,WANTED 'to 25c 45c 87c f
oalt rnr. .pra.| ..t .... dab. to I.' .... asI_ beat fit ...t.I urday.Mr. call on fanners. No experienceor .
"" I* t. ....r..* early tk. ........... "F, capital needed. Write today. >) ," -
.1 Mrs. James Williams, of McNESS CO., Dept. B. Freeport '
R. W. TURNER, Owner and Operator Jacksonville returned to their Illinois. PRUNES 2 Lbs. ; 15c CHEESE Lb. 17c 1MOAr.
.. after spending save '
... n.rnemman.nMmumu.m.. . ''' ''' '' home Tuesday .-A .
""' '' wmm.ummmmnmaeme..nunnnn.unwninnn''''' '''' REAL ESTATE fOR. BALE
nuns.msnnl.rmeam.mt'''' '''''''''''''' ''' '''''' ''' ''''''''"'' IL
oral days with his cousin, Mrs. 40 acre farm fine strawberryland : j ? r t '
B. Alford. bargain at $x.00; :3 story CKAN BERBVSAUCE _

Dr: and Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry and price 8-room; 3 home other In farms,Btarke also' bargain Umber DRESSINGPtI5cQt25c; ; 17 17cJELLO ,

ROAST THAT TURKEY! Mr. and Mrs.the H., week H. Young In spent West lands. Want other listings. Aubrey .' -oz.can y
the the Presby.terlan Frlnlc Real Estate Broker, .>
Palm Beach attending o..K.

Almost as important Hold That Line!I" _SynodicaL MAN Route WANTED of 800 families for Rawlelgb Good POWDER 5 for lOc Specialw'lj 5c. i

Miss Dorothy SaPP. will spend profits for hustler We train and s .
the weekend In Gainesville visiting help you. Write Immediately.
cry of "Roast that Turkey. Thanks- her aunt. Mrs. F. A. Moore, Rawlelgh Co.,- Dept. FAK-125-8A; CiO 4 "
1. -; and will attend Homecoming. at the Memphis, T nn. 12-2tp 'f1XE"ZLhs.25 MHK.3TalH7c3sm.9cWHITE ;
g IS'' just around,the corner and, our University of Florida. ; p ,
ters Mrs. E. C. Johnson and I $1.00 for 50; 11.50 for 100. Monogrammed -
will do the old bird up brown. Mr. and Virginia : stationery, 100 'sheets ) '
Margaret !l '
two daughters NUCOR Lb' .: .ItW / BEANS Lb.ilk
Rev. and Mrs. ).I. C. Sttth and 100 envelope. 12.73. Bradford .
and Miss Martha Brown- County Telegraph Phone 29. U. _
unting season i is.now in full swing weave and sons and
lee, all of Jacksonville, were OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typewriter
e"- need but the birds, recentlY''.'of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. adding machine ribbons,
emseh-es.ry hing ,you' Brownlee.Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.' carbon paper, typewriter paper, HAMBURGER Pound lOc 4IJ

; adding machine paper second
sheets on sale at the Bradford "

', our display: of aluminum.ware. 666 FEVER COIO: FOR 29.County 8.ALE-HMUUQIY Telegraph office.Genuine. Phone f- Beef Liver;"SeI Pound lOc .1 rs _

Missionary Strawberry '
ERA ,FORD.HARDW ARE co. sire day. Maryland plants. $1.50: per thousand at FANCY, .CUTS. OF F1NESTBEEF OR.PORK.
TASLa'T5Neadaches Tastleberry." Thurmond Farm y

,. LIQCID': .. .. N ..1.f.o ...- Castteberry.. Ala. 10-S-4tp 1y
.y. ,- N.' Dr N
.p.j, P ., < ..,..;, .'f:1'1-J.P'1: : .....".,,
'trJ'hH, P'Pet a'i{ pc' .;..'r.. >, : ;;i-: ,*<.!Ao;;

; ;; Y-FnW W"AMLW .w-W1UF.YW W +INW WYWM. YweY. : d. +W"MVa w" aiM.w'V.LLN' ..,-,.."" .. ,,,.. .,.., .. : .., ............
W1,1W.IW. -......_..._.._.. .. .... WH4Y/WnW. W1r'M.Mw .._ W'"I 1 .nwuWxw .-.. .Wa, .
, }Fk I' "" -'iIf'J..r' 4.ifW, ,.,... .'. .ll\1)4.\"l,.k.Ii;? ""'r'"I.J. ."",)' ......,14'i\ ,. Ii'IIJ..." ",,,.J +w..I'W"); ": !,, ,.,i'j _ilJiI\i\\ >.",*, I-.",.""''', ....,J.I... J\\ ". 4 .. ,44, 4 t8,1, "I.MI.JL;, t.M"i.! JiI. I.IIJ J'i\J3UJ.qJMI, !, ? ) ,. .1U. rr" -,... '"7

t, ,;
r .
<-f PAGE S.X. 23.f. ,
= :
Hints To An
most unique real estate sales ever guard against
"fractional dirtto
s I 1 recorded here was the purchase bya encea that would

l-I Weekly from Home; Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWSNews local colored woman of thrc.3lots. was made by Govfrnor down";

FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee one for each of her three ShoIU last week In a banquet Dare

MMMMMM MMMiMMMMMM H MMji daughters. She paid cash for the dress In which he toll ad

.. \ THANKSGIVING TURKEY of Florida In Short Paragraphs. lots-and paid the whole sum of members of the 1035\ seventy;leglslat bra;
Conducted by Demonstration Agents foi $120( In 50-cent pieces, 240 of them. the next session "will '
France has pate de gras I be one :
has The realtor who made the sale had most important In of
il Russia has caviar. England the history
to carry the money away In a sack. the state because Of
roast beef; but America has tur- of the proble
key. that face you." IDs
BERRY SHIPPERS TO Turkey, better than any other BERRIES BRING $3.50 TOLD TO BE FAIR MIAMI-If W. H. Hutchinson/ SIIOLTZ GREETS.
one food expresses the spirit I'RESIDI E.sT
CHOOSE MEMBERS OF LAKELAND-Bob Finger of the JACKSONVILLE discussing had not been so bold he would still: TALLAHASSEE-Gov
RURAL With the
I CONTROL COMMITTEE American hospitality Combee section has sold the firs the workings of the new be at liberty. He called at the Jail Sholta went to Dare
of late fall these royal Warm
,: COMMON SENSE coming birds/ reach their ,prime Just In pint of Lakeland strawberries to Homestead Exemption Amend and asked if he might _see his Ga., Tuesday to greet Springs
PLANT CITY-Two shipper the Rotary Club, for $2.50. The ment Florida's county tax asses- friend, an inmate.. "Sure," obligedthe Roosevelt The President
time to the
.t By SPUDS :JOHNSON members of the control committee But grace real food Thanksgivingfeast. lovers longago club annually buys the initial pint* sors returned home admonished by jailor. "Step right in for fifty oral other Southeastern governors of son

under the strawberry marketing regretted that this luscious of fruit for this price. state 'officials to levy "fair ,and days." The Jailor recognized Hutchinson expected to be present. states are I
in effect will be equitable taxes on all who had 30 Governor
LESSEN agreement now escaped May Sholta said the
FARMERS CAN meat should be limited to one hol governors
1 COSTLY CROP LOSSES elected at Plant City on Tuesday, iday. So gradually turkey came ACCIDENTS TAKE TOLL after,serving ten days of a sixty- discuss with the president Would\
November 27. A meeting term.
n METHODS pects and plans for |
WITH TRIED to be the traditional Christmas
four : of one promoting
and are
Interested shippers in the state has women men, the
I dish too. Food lovers-:and who general welfare of the
been caller for 10:00 o'clock that dead as the result of traffic accidents of the state's principal witnesses MILK PRICE HIKEDTALLAHASSEE states Southeast_
When farmer who have been morning by S. W.. Hiatt of the Is not in this class?-still wishedto la this section. Six were Injured caused postponement last week of -An increaseof ern, -,- .
given acreage or output allotments State Marketing Bureau and H. O. extend the turkey "season. one of whom was not ex- the trial of J. J. Mendenball par- one cent a quart In the retail CRIMINALS- UNWEU'OIJI

under federal crop control Clayton of the Agricultural Exten- Modern refrigeration methods pected to live over the week-end. doned life-term convict, for the price of milk in Miami effective MIAMI BEACH-PIckings ;

,t programs produce less than they sion Service at which time the two have made possible the granting i i slaying of two aged 'women here Nov. 18. was announced last week be slim for the llghtfingereU will
entitled to raise a penalty is of this wish, and today we have gen.
a are last 6.PERSONNEL
members and two alternates will by George O. Weems, director of try who might attempt to |
them that in most instances turkey the year round. RATES REDUCED make
) be chosen. the state milk control board. The this a treasure Island I
represents lost income The main .things to keep in TAMPA-The' Tampa Electric IS CUT'OCALAAdministrator during
One member Is to be elected bya present price is fifteen cents. The Winter season. Police Chief Rob1 1
; which cannot be replaced. If the majority vote of shippers who mind in selecting a turkey are the Company recently';; announced; a reduction R. E Industry In Miami, Weems said, i ert T. Teaney has announced !
method of cookery to be employedand plan
In in for home elec-
reduction anticipated yield
individually shipped; between 100 rata McDonald announced a reductionof ,petitioned for an increase to eighteen I to insure maximum protection i
be ,
,' sustained on crops that are not Included the number of people to tricity here, estimated to save con- for
: berries last In'
and ,300 carloads of personnel telve"county offices .cents. millions of dollars worth of i
n : In the scope of benefits year while another will be selectedby served.'' sumers $80.000 a i year, effective of the Third District of the '. and other valuable jewelry I
the If the bird is to be roasted one concentrated on
act with bills
from the farm adjustment after December 1.
of less than 100 car- Florida Relief Administration CANE HARVEST NEARS this
shippers Emergency playground by the
half three-fourth of tur- wealthy I
,' damage to the growers Is even I to pound .
loads. at a saving of more than sun seeking visitors !
PAHOKEE-The annual cane and Issued
: received purchasing weight,
; greater since they have key per person RENT GOUGING STUDIED
from Three other shipper membersare should be allowed. That is, a turkey $100,000 a year. Clients on the relief harvest season will start November this warning: "Keep away from the I
;,\ no cash payments government to be designated one by shippers -' weighing sixteen pounds MIAMI-Striking: at landlordswho rolls will receive the benefit of 26, according to United Sugar beach or spend the winter in jail"MEET
sources. of over 300 cars, another by take advantage of seasonal the saving, McDonald said o _
{ Losses from climatic upsets, Insect dressed but not drawn will yield Corporation officials. The cutting
the Florida Strawberry Market- conditions to boost rents, the City : IN OC.L.OCALAPubllshers .\
of Is to start at that time and
pests, plant diseases or infer- and the third by twenty-four to thirty-two servings. Commission held for final cane of !
Ing Association, recently ; OUT OF STATE STUDENTS Florida
the mill Clewiston
ior varieties occur In any sea- In the roasting of turkey tem- company's at
may I, the commissioner of the State reading an ordinance requiring WINTER PARK Enrollment will be royally entertained when !
liOn, Interfering seriously with the Marketing Bureau and the director perature is most Important. It Is pre-season posting of rates. statistics at Rollins College here will start operations two days la- they meet here for the annual coni i
success of the operations as plan- of the Agricultural Extension Ser- possible to transform an excellent show that cent ter. This season's harvest promises vention of the Florida State Presi|
ned. Farmers must be ever on thee tender high quality turkey into a per to be the largest in the history Association.
of this students from county officials
year's -
alert therefore with reference to vice.Grower stringy tough, dry bird by using come of the Everglades It has been
members of the committee October outside of the state of Florida. are cooperating with Cham1 1
." preventive or corrective measures. have already bt ra chosen. too high cooking temperatures. building permits in Florida listed Thirty, states the District of Columbia stated. bel' of Commerce officials in an effort -1
farms isolated The most satisfactory'wayto
Individual or com-
to make the event I
construction valuation In and three forelg ncountrles one long to
>t jnunltlea frequently are critically roast turkey so as to have tender,
be remembered. An I
five cities at the 394 elaborate
$1,429,712, compared are represented among program
affected while no widespread in- juicy meat is to put the stuffed, MYERS-County Judge at Sliver Springs has been I
; jury is done to the crops that suftel' With Our FarmersBy trussed bird uncovered into an with $838,005 for a year ago. MI- students. David Elmer Ward has denied arranged with a banquet In the ]
ami led
the state with and -
Diseases, pests or storms ever oven which has been preheated for Miami Beach second.$444,734 I --opENN\ LINES making statements at Ocala, Sunday evening, Saturday afternoon the I

t can be disastrous In limited areas 20-30 minutes until It has become was. TAMPA-Floyd Byram of New that he was convinced there publishers will Journey to Gatoes-l

without exerting noteworthy influence AUBREY FRINK very hot-475 degrees Fahrenheit. BIO GOLF PURSE York, vice president and general was "little. if any" foundation for villa to attend the home coming ]

on the aggregate yield At the end of twenty minutes the manager of Gulf Airways, Inc., an- charges of irregularities at the game.,.
+ elsewhere of the products prlncl- turkey will have become almost as MIAMI-Colonel Henry L. Do- nounced here recently, that plane Florida Industrial School for Girls. .

Dallv crown therein. to Drown as u; win Become duringthe herty has announced the addition service between Miami and Atlanta Judge Ward accompanied a 13- NEGROES INDICTED
Sweet potato digging seems
Protection from the conse- be the order of the day Just now cooking period. Then cover the $2,500 to the $10,000 purse of and Miami and New Orleans year-old former inmate of the in- JACKSONVILLE A Duval I

quences of weather disturbances and the yield Is fair, with a very roaster, leaving the small steam the Miami Blltmore was Open golf will ,begin not later than January stitution to Ocala to Investigate County grand Jury' late today indicted 1
i usually is to ba had only through good grade of potatoes. Mr. Ever- vent open. If a soft skin insteadof tourney which already the 1.'' charges she had made in his court. two negro youths, Fred I

V' expensive insurance. Safeguards ett Crews and Mr, Chalker Prin- a crisp one is desired, close the richest golf purse in 'the United The girl, the Judge said Informed Young and Thomas Jefferson, for I

?s galnst the other common causes gle are each hargesting a nice steam vent and add a halt cup of States. MULBERRY BANK ROBBED him negro convicts sent from Rai- first degree murder in collection I
,r' of lessened production fortunately boiling water before covering the LAKELAND-A trio of armed ford State Prison to do work at with the fatal shooting of Carl I

f are at hand In more proctlcal crop.Prices on sweet potatoes are not bird. Decrease the heat to slow; WORK PROGRESSING men entered the Bank of Mulberry the school smuggled cigarettes, Liquor Schuman, 23-year old former University 1

*< :forms. Varieties that are dependable very high at this time of year, but or 250 deg. F.. and continue cook- GAINESVILLE:-once nothingmore near here and fled with between and dope to the girl Inmates, of Florida football star In |

seed of ai.euic'1" vitality. Insect If the Is carefully sorted and Ing until the meat I Is tender. Usu- than an Idle dream, the new $8,000 and $9,000 in cash. Cashier who In turn favored them ''With a hold-up. Young and Jefferson, |

control of t>rcvod efficiencyand only number crop one smooth un- ally 15-20 minutes per pound of 9175,000 Student Union buildingat A. D. Denham was forced into Intimacies. '"On the contrary," arrested Monday-hardly twenty- 1

disease treatment: known to bruised potatoes are banked for turkey Is required. The smaller the University of Florida drew the vault while the bandits scoopedup Judge Ward stated "information Four hours after the slaying-coo- ]

be effective arc widely available future sale or use, and the other the bird, the longer the time per nearer and nearer realization last the money then was compelledto gained from my visit to Ocala and teased, police said they killed the ]

v Farm servlc -agiictes such as grades used up as needed they will pound required. week as workmen' began the task accompany them In their flight. From former Inmates convinces me athlete. ''Both were Identified by I

experiment stations and the extension bring a good price In. the spring.- Basting Is not necessary although of laying brick for the outside He later was freed between Mul- that the charges are not ,wholly Miss Rosa Browning Schuman's

t service systems continuously If these number one potatoes'are (t is not objectionable. The structure berry and Lakeland. untrue." j sweetheart, as the. assailants.

engage In research and tryoutsthrough banked In a shady place they will turkey may be put Into the roaster -

which better methods of not sprout or dry out so badly on a rack or directly on the

dealing with all these problems when warm weather comes In bottom of the pan. Some cooks Gators for "Seven Come Eleven"
I Hope They
as ''
w' are developed. Work done by early spring and will be in far like to lay thin slices of bacon or ,
'J .them the results of which -can be better shape for sale and much fat salt pork over the breast of '
learned by any farmer or grower heavier.A the bird during cooking. Hot cideror Georgia Tech in'. Gala Homecoming Classic at Gainesville

points the way to avoidance of the number of farmers planted giner ale used Instead of the

principal handicaps that are avoid- hay crops this fall.and now find water gives a delightful aroma and
able when precautions porperly; It difficult to sell at reasonable flavor.A .
,have recognition. prices. At the request of some of 14 to 16 pound bird as pur-
In Florida the State Agricultural these growers, the writer has chased, requires nine to ten cups

Experiment Station has been looked up markets for this hay stuffing. A half cup of stuffing

tt, outstanding for many years as a and if anyone should wish to know per serving is usually allowed.

g" source of reliable information on more about this, I will be glad to
and means for overcoming
have them see me. talnly for itself In a far better
the obstacle met with in farming pay _
i Cane grinding Is under way
grade of syrup. And don't forget
and truck-
fruit growing crop but it is a bit early
same places,
bred that for the best grade of syrup a
rolling. New varieties on and the Juice will not turn out as of
test Is
thirty-five necessarythis -
Station have
the farms of the
it will a little later.
much syrup as makes
a good syrup
+ shown themselves greatly superiorto -
older strains. Pests and diseases -I. Most farmers believe they know that will keep in fairly warm weather _
just how to make the best gradeof without fermentation.The .
In number
had of their plants large checked or I syrup and yet but a small per- writer notices that very few _
ravages centage of the syrup on the mar
farmers have started, breaking
when control was undertaken _
g, stopped oft
ket Is .of even fair grade. Some
ground for next season's crop. This
fi according to Station recom- the
notoiroperly\ skimmed; but should be done now so as to allow
mendations. .. i trouble seems to be that there Is the turning under of grass and 6

't The eyes of the master fatten- no uniformity in cooking. This weeds Instead of burning. Turned Yb 3>9

IS eth the cattle: comes about by not using testersto under now grass and weeds will be

: Judge density of syrup when taken rotted, sufficiently to permit preparing >,. + .
CROSS CHILDREN off-most people still guess at a proper seedbed In the asp.

the proper time to take syrup off spring when planting time comes
: MAY HAVE WORMS with the result that some syrup is and cultivation can be carried on

\. Wash for upMt Uttl ttomach*. bad ......, too thin, while occasionally a batch without having a lot of trash to
ii" frssfuh,_ lass. of w.l hl, itching uoundd : different
e'\\i'l ... arm. Thy u* hM sin of found;; Is too thick. When these interfere.'
" rt wormWhit... c..._ VwrmifoM ha. ...., densities of syrup are mixed fermentation Strawberries are looking fine
:;'a ... .
1 and far rcltablp .poUed worms certain in
J".,' onel nuwd th* d.Uct. ...,.. WhitM Cmm : Is wherever the writer has gone and
:V'.rtiufu.. ncomoMixUd by dfuniM.MITCHELLS .' Harm weather. A syrup tester Is most grower feel that with gov.

:'t: DRUG STORE not,very expensive and will cer- eminent inspection and standardizing -

( that prices will be much bet-

I ter than for the past three or four
years. With favorable weather

conditions growers stand to make
'T some good money this year
When Mr. Hiatt and Mr.- Lewis

of the marketing bureau were here

late Mr. Lewis
1t ? during the summer
t told us that It we could get up car

..?.*- 0 0r load lots of hogs and would notify
him he would guarantee us Moul-

I' trle Ga., prices at our loadingpens.
/ If there are any farmers who
would like to sell hogs and will

communicate with the writer, we

will see If a carload can be gotten

together and arrange with Mr.

Lewis to market them for us.


Cattle on feed demand constant

attention. They should be comfortable

[ DJER-KISS SACHET. ,. quiet and on good terms

rw with the caretaker.Wh.Your.

1 ;?h awJetef czst sralce
.. .

' Here is an early Holiday Suggttthn. / Feels" By FRANK 8. WRIGHT, that 1932. and a lone touchdown by ."Wink"" Davis turned the cecasisn!

Nothing you can possibly give any e I y 7 "Stuffy". !Seven!! coma eleven I into a 8-0 win for Tech. "

t woman will be better appreciated Apply Va-tro-Bol It was the'; seventh Georgia ;Tech-Florida football ramebefore'- The Caters want their revenge this year.' Tech ta I coming back. It

x than Djer-Klss Sachet orDjer-Khi '; ...Jutt Aw drops. Florida could win but what a victory Never to be forgoten was that will be the "game of games" for grids and former students, for mothers
and dads of more than 3,100 Florida student
, Perfume. Djer-Klss Sachet is the V-tro-nol N-to 7 triumph In Atlanta In 1930.
pine"J Seven brought victory They say that eleven follows In triumphant
! inimitable Djcr-Kiss fragrance in traces deep into Six times previously the asters and the Oolden Tornado had

I powder form to give a delightful Che nasal pstjsgcs clashed since 1812 but not until that seventh battle could Florida win. sequence.
\. It a All together Seven Come Eleven! Go Get; 'Em Catered!
. Jpng-lasting fragrance to lingerie reduce swollen And since that great ..etol'1.Tech-1'1or1da garnet No* a, 9 and 10 Here are some of the principals in the approaching Homecomln

;; and wearing apparel.the Djer. membrane clogging. clears mu hare been played, and each a victory for Tech., classic. Can these Gator backs penetrate Tech' stubborn defense

r, Kiss perfume is recognized as one culbrlnlZ8WeJcomeftUJ away But now comes game No. 11. and it will be Florida's Homecoming, The answer will be told November :34 by; '1-Wally.Brown; 2-BUU

of the world' great odeurs. t 9 :. a perfect setting a* it were on November 24 at Florida Field Stadium Chase; 3- Jack Beckwith; 4-CbarUe Btola; 5-Jessie Jones; aWalterMlddlekauff

0 In Gainesville. : 7-Fred Chance: ; 8-Ernie Priest; Kenneth Zpjrti'

s Twos*-- as.. Seven come eleven! Oh. you Caters 19-Harold Rowe.
S,, ht'
Po : aloe ...3 and % Coach Dutch Stanley's 1933 football team played its greatest gameat Will these Tech linesmen atop the Florid back? 1-Dean. tackle:

y,t :JLIlIer-- & SOO :2 00 USIO IN TIM* Homecoming, whipping a powerful Auburn eleven 14 to T. The last. I-Preaton.'center-,3-WIl1ama.: tackle; 4 WUcox. gataO.

U ..- I .seas. PREVENT MANY colDs; t tune Tech played at the Oaton Homecoming was the year previous to Seven com ..lennrNIi.WMNMWMW !

;1 :J "i \ ;;;'\\f'ZP':."; ll :I.i'"IJf.I\ : Ji't/; t ai'r y...( tiw+ grf?. ,,7yYwtiY'iAt56' 'ek, ''d

.. .., ._.. ...
,.:\':_ \IIr"I4MI.J.J., .....;.. :;J!' n/1'1(/ '!! '. f "'__'r"O\'ft"\ "" ""' .,....t1'1" ....-<, .. ''M
< ..
'\ ; yJ ; y '' .. ... ,I Ir 'IIio t
'r''T'1, \ <''''?''wrmprp ;M i ,tI'1'a.,; .Jf.j.! ,""".. I. ... ...I.4ki ,4 ,, ,, l.I, 'l"'J ''!' '
J:: I

\ 2S, 19S-i
__ _.
I. -- -- _...., --- ----- ,, .
---'--'-'--'''---- -" -- --- --- --- -- ---
CDURCJI There Is DO doubt but that Dan nature seem to be on foot for renewed
T. Bl1ptlst_Church BEHIND L Chappell of Miami, will be one of extensive oil drilling In
First Pastor 11 the moat potent members of the Florida. It will be news to many
Price, The l lD.IiI.h
ReV schOol-C. 0. .10::00 a. m.rn the L Story of the Bible I Told in Pictures 1936 house. This was best evt- that one of the Justices of the Supreme 1
at the
Sunday Worshlp-ll:00 a. m. denced by his popularity court is one of those Florl-
)! ng ..6:16: p. m.B. The. '--n.hl" nC */ Pouaacola meeting of legislators diane most Interested In the
Y. P. U. : !Bint rupitni last week Chappell was very much; bringing In" of oil In Florida. He
IngW'orshlp-1:30p.m. Nw E In demand. There are those who knows more about formations and
servi -
gvd.We Prayer tr 4 d I III'' H +til, are looking forward to his returning geological characteristics: than ,
Br OSCAR .JOHNROV: S 1 in 1931 as a member of the many another oil man. But he is 4
.You are invited to all our servo .nd KENT! wATONTALLAHASSEEFlorida: eeRd h hr Senate from Dade among those who are of the opinion "

1e1 c -- that characteristics do not : J
Bee* ..._. ;
ChurchReV. has Opposition to Buddie Bishop, of spell everything In the search for ". a
Methodist Pastor, three I i Jefferson, as a candidate for oiL Engineers themselves are
Montgomery. "correctional" Institutions afra
B. M. in which of the growing conviction
speaker of the House, more
a. m. One Is
School-10 the Girls' School at Ocala; ,
sunday to that can't tell much about
event he would oe expected you
Worsblp-11 a. m.E which Is smallest
7Jornlng them. The : aspire for Commissioner of Agriculture what' under the ground 5,000 feet
League-6S: : p. m. State Prison at Ratford Is. ol .
worth ; the terrain of
are trying to picture him or more by general
Wo.rshlp-1:30: p. m. course, the largest. The Boys Industrial .
livening r .Y as the candidate of certain mem the country.
all these servo
you are Invited to School at Marianna Is second bers of the Senate. Reason: he is Only children of the elementary
In size. All of these necessarIly more apt to be seen with Senator schools are now supplied with free \
Preshyterhart; ; Church come in for attention at various Dill Clark than anyone else when text books. In spite of the many
H. Lowry..Minister times when charges of male o ? d away from his home county of other needs for which money mustbe
Rev, George Sabbath School. ministration or mlaadmlnistratlon r Jefferson. The banker senator found by the 1935 legislature,
00 a m.- are hurled. It Js always the case determined effort will be made to
U Worship; Is his campaign manager If he has a
;:00 A. with such institutions and it is I to provide for free text books for the
sermon by the pastor.Christian En- be expected that they are to play any.A children, of the Grammar grades If
6:30: p. m.-Junior in the headlines from time to time. school In
.... half dozen different movements not also the high grades,
eaVQr. Newest charge involving alleged of more or less substantial'' the 1035 session.
7:30: p. m.-Evenlng' Worship laxity of regulations covering moral --- -- ,.
terpitude gave the Governorand e
members of the Board of State S"ig
Institutions a real jar. Hastily, FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1.
BOB JONES the Governor appointed a committee our Many Year Experience Make It Possible for Us to Render
of cabinet members to conductan ) EFFICIENT!: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
\\Comment8 On Here immediate Investigation Into S wl > MODERATE PRICES 1

And Hereafter the situation obtaining at the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
'J Ocala school. All Incidents of the STARKK. FLORIDA
sort cause concern, though it is ,
This Is being written on an fully appreciated that the management .). I.
ocean liner between Havre France however diligent, are not in I : ;
LLd Hamburg Germany. We spent position to detect all Infractions of
tour most Interesting hours In the rule. To be fair about I It For
Havre! today. Our party of six charges made against such Institutions : Expert Repairing' tSmith's

Ihlrwl a taxi and "took in the are baaed upon exceptionsand and Satnion.-Corrupted by the Philistines Delilah sought the source of Samson's strength
lights," We had of course, a not the rule. Wearied at last by her questioning:, he told her "If I be shaven, then my strength' ; will go from me. and
French chauffeur He was a raItter There has been no breath of I shall become weak, and be like any other man."-Judges 16} 16-17. Delilah then made Samson sleep,
\ magnetic personality and complaint against the Boys Schoolat and cut off his hair. The Philistines put out his eyes and Imprisoned him. Samson's hair began to grow GaragePhone
spoke some English; It so hap Marlanna for many another again, however, and one day when the Philistine gathered to make sacrifices to their trod Samson was ..in
Ipened that Mrs. Jones and I were month and it is only occasionallythat called in to make sport for them. Samson asked to be led to the pillars which supported the house, and
toe\ only two members of our IltItle they are repeated as the much took hold of them. "And Samson said Let me die with the Phl11 tlnes. And he bowed himself with
party who had ever been more larger and more difficult of all his might; and the house fell upon the people therein. So the dead which he slew at his death were more 120 ;.
abroad before. I heard Dr. Melvin management state penitentiary ) than they which he slew In his life."-Judges: 10: 30 In the right foreground Merlan. Seventeenth century
Kyle the great archaeologist, say at Raiford. This may also be engraver, shows Samson being'taken by the Philistines, and in the left background he shows the Wrecker Service Day or Night
I in an address at the Bab Jones said of the Girls school. It Is reasonable destruction of the house and the death of Sari i _
I that the ------- .
College several years ago to suppose that any flag \

neatest thrill he had ever known rant and extensive violations of funds in the name of school appro- and infinitely more Important poses. -. -- ,, --_ I. h I}j
Ins the first time when after rules of conduct at the Ocala priations. Even school leaders, including "
through the ratification of the --
I crossing the Atlantic he steppedupon school would come quickly to the : Henry Flier, president of homestead exemption amendment This week's grand Jury assemblage :
foreign Boil It Is a long way State board for attention. the Florida HOTEL LEAMINGTON"Miami's 1
: Educational Association Other members of the cabinet are at Brewton, In Escambla
I from Havre, France to our home and leagues for better schools not be be expected to be as enthusiastic County, Alabama, is expected to I
llo Cleveland, Tennessee; and yet Chairman. B. Treadway, of the is admittedly of the opinion that I in their advocacy of a produce little or no results, even Most Popular Hotel"' ,y;; I'
|it doesn't seem so far away. State Road Department, is making no lasting good purposes can be sales tax. Most members appearto though two Florida sheriffs are
C e rOn good use of the recently purchased I made to accrue from "taking from be confident that there Is ample going to testify. Both Insist that ''t':
a hill In Havre after viewing airplane. He is saving much time Peter to Pay Paul" that It is true opportunity within the existing they dp not know the mob lead NE 1st Street at lliscuyne Boulevard 'J :
i monument I asked our chauffeur ,111 his travelling distances, best illustrated that the roads of the state are as financial structure to provide era and are unable to say whetherthe
if he fought In the War in 1914- by the time saved In his necessary to education Itself as funds for counties and state. Of negro Claude Neal was actually Overlooking Bayfront Park & Blscayne Bay f
1918. He made no reply but calledme return from the New Mexico meetIng are the "little red school houses" course the cities seem to be in a slain In Alabama or Florida on ""i
to one side, unbuttoned his of state highway officials, and the teachers on the pay roll. position of having to find for retaliation for his assault and mur Opposite Union But! Station I ,
shirt, and showed me where a Ger Members of the department who Therefore It is growing more and themselves the relief necessary der of a Jackson County farm I
man stuck a bayonet in his stom- could not be accompanied In the+ more certain that school leaders Limitations of the constitution girl. .
uh. It was a terrible looking plane were several days later In will Insist on appropriations which make that necessary.One -
cur I have often said that I am returning to Tallahassee. The+ will less subject to political whims opportunity for revenue One 'result growing out of the Lowest Rates Ever Quoted
not sorry for a soldier who, gets plane, be it remembered, could not and road demands for its state aid. legislation specifically authorized Neal lynching was Sheriff Cham- !
wounded, but I am sorry for a soldier have been possible If it were not brother '
by the constitution is a capitationor bllaa location of a long lost
who doesn't get wounded. Men due to an arrangement with the Two of the most important head tax which Is not expectedto The news dispatches which I' Single Room with Bath --..----,------------- $1.50 ': 1
glory In the scars of battle. My ERA members of the state governmentare be resorted to. If one la, It went out over the country resulted Double Room With Bath ______________ t._.. 2.00 : ,
lather was wounded In the right Here it might be said, also, that leaning toward a sales tax as would be limited $100 per year the Jackson County's sheriff In :1
knee In the battle of Chickamauga.I Florida has been singularly blessed the most logical solution for our for each adult and the proceeds learning that bis.brother was a ALFRED SIMONS, Manager.
used to think he thought more with honest administration' of: revenue Ills made more difficult would have to go to school pur resident of California. __,_
of that injured knee than he did its road department since Its creation -- '
my mother or any child he hall in 1915. Not a scandal has
When the weather was bad or it ever been developed in the expenditure :
wu cloudy, the knee would get a of the many tens of millions I : &
little stiff,and he-would tell over of dollars which have flowed k
sod over again about how the through the hands of the eightor I

Northern Soldier at Chickamauga ten men who have served as .,

shot him through the knee. .If God chairmen: Built standard'of' 3Si
bad a few million real Christian to one high .
soldiers who would glory In their The Pensacola meeting of legislators 1
btttle scars, what a' differentworld Informally, was more or
It would be! Some, day all less of a flop so far as the determination of our scars which ,we have received of the speakershlp is con
in Christian. battle will be cerned. The three leading candidates CHEVROLET -
turned Into stars. are still leading candidates
e t' and that Is all. But it has ever
The steamship on which we are been thus that speakershlpa have
deal of been fully decided until the M
traveling carries a great not
freight It Is very Interesting to holding of the Democratic caucus 1 QUALITY
witch them unload the cargo. the night before the actual convening "
"What Is all that copperlookingmetal" of the legislature.. Precedent
? I asked a ship. officer would have been broken If
It Is metal Just as It looks." be re this should have obtained at Pen. aA' / Y
plied. "For ten years we nave been sacola There Is no doubt but that i Ui /IN ?
bringing that in large quantities to some pledges which have heretofore J
Europe. It is my opinion that been in suspended status were
moot of it Is used to make munitions. put on the dotted lines, so to

." Later, a gentleman who speak. But McL. Christie Bishop ''
"eems! to know quite a good deal and Robers, were all to benefit.If ,
about International affairs told me all of the candidate's estimatesof .I
that most of it to used for industrial their respective strength shouldbe "
purposes. No one can doubtthat \ fairly accurate. It would take .!t.
\ the world' Is headed toward another thirty or forty house members ,
a great war. The only thing which to make good such claims. .. )
can save us as a revival of the One thing, however, seemed certain ',
oil! time rell loiy. Men cannot and that was Christie continued ,
worship the god of commerce and to hold the edge and that la n"
the> god of sensuality and crowd Important. There was some evidence ,
Almighty God out of their plans of an effort to make
without sooner or later witnessing sp akershlp contest the victim of'an ,>y
the crumbling of civilization and administration and antl-admtn- { ,
\the overthrow of the house of Istr ion situation, but It Is known t ,"
Prominent.: ''The devil .told man that the principals themselves are :
b the garden of Eden to become .hoping that this contingency will THE STANDARD i ,,
"M God. Man cannot' do it.- If never come to play any Important -
all\ the nations of the world wouldcry the determination. to The all For Economical Transportation Masterpiece of the low-price field j ,)
unto God out of penitent governor Is making It plain

hearts, civilization: could be saved. that he .Is taking no part In the ""., "...dV""" ',.'' .9 }
becausewisely, he real- and the Master Chev ; II IIIa
contest, T7 VERYWriEREthe Standard Chevrolet LARGE luxurious > .
of factional t''
Ices btokVcannot that the creation be helpful in put- *-* gaining new.friends. The reason are it I nevertheless true to the fine '

Sag through a constructive pro '465 AND plain. Built to the one high standard of Chevrolet tradition of economy.. .You will 540 AND .
would be avery
ram.embarrassing A minority block thing for all UP Chevrolet quality! ; combining notable style thrill to the perlormaaceollta80.bonepower. :

concerned. SPORTROADSTER.f465performance ,and stamina-the Standard vahre-io'he.d engine you will admire BPOATROADSTEA.l13d1COACIL. "

_the ..... ... . 495 Chevrolet I.i nevertheless the worW lowestthe rich finish and solid comfort of Its COACH.... ,.."".. see

Chairman Committee of on all finance important and COUPE... .... . 4M priced Six! Features include Body by Fisher Bodies you will welcome the extra TOWN SEDAN....... 415 '.r.'

House taxation' Is In much demand. .So, STANDAIlDSEDAN.54' Fisher; Fisher No Draft Ventilation; Chev safety ol1 it* weatherproof cabfe'Controlledbrakes ,SEDAN.. *.... ...." 44* ,

ad aLso, Ie the senate committee Sandler,of n STANDARD SEDAN.DELIVERY roles valve-in-head engine; weatherproof . you will be won by Its remark. COUPE', I

our HIll8boro appropriations, Is angling, Harry for the Housepost. (to be announced soon) cable-controlLed brakes. Drive the Standard able) Knee-Action ride. Your Chevrolet ,SPORT COUPE...,,. M*

So are other members. Asto Chevrolet-now. dealer asks that you drive this car-todayt' CABRIOLET...... 665
lift price olpmu r'Minh
J'oncy senate'committee, Senator Aboro mro SPORTSEDAN, 475
i the recently heard to remark .ni.r car. mt Flint, CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY1. DETROIT MICHIGAN h'

25 M r."t.ww* w i I.*-* Hodges that was he rro''fbt change his With bttmpirm. Comport OUrob*'* lou delumdpric** and toty O. M. A. C. ........ A General Motor Value Above at. 1M price ofpaenmer 4
svsrfMHLta. now end tire lock,
between tire
.Eli"?**a" r.1r. mind twenty times pn oars mt Flint
the convening of the assembly. the lift price ol Standard WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS .
and which means that he isving Model it 918 additional. ONE RIDE IS Mich. With bumper ,
all of
tire and tin look
no encouragement whatever lift price*ot commercial .paN
to those who would ear quoted are I. 0. b. the lift prlo.1 Matter

like to know who that Important Flint, Mich. Special Model I* $10 additional. ,
'I' member will be. equipment eitra. Friofffubject Frlce ....j.et 10 cAan a ;

HAROLD? + .._ Every Indication-Is that there Is out notice.to chan with .Toro d e Chevrolet" Co. without notice.

c. ling of pressure for any
Ili U R A the State Road Deprrtment'am i STARKE. FLORIDA
NI .ORZDA too Inadequate
., : altogether

4 t Wry'd
... ,.,;
-'<'"""."""j.,',v":ii';.I,"1of"'q: :; \ -1.!.. W 1 r :": i.r

---c-----' .. -----....... .. .. e +rTM'M TM""""" reM-= w""""' -w ,4 w.ja,..., "i..,.'".,.-,........,...., ., '"- .. .. _..
rt', (,I'I1-.j, JIi''I'I"'''' "iI" .Jf, I ''''',", ,,,,,,,",,'l h t'>Ii'I"" '. I! l\\ :\\'IIiiI" I\i"\ T" w, Iti\tW'I\: I'>I"""" ""II1i"'I\I'\ ': '!'' Wj: <1I'\I\; .' ,. ,1 ". ,"iii' J1 ,; ,.1,.'" '

.. 1
I, ,; _
PAGE EIGHT .------., -' =""_ -- -- ----' ..- .---.."" ----r-: .. .- OVEMBER- t4
WK OAX.HBLP: : 'YOU had been Invited to ei.ar this. occasion 'MRS.FWRENCE' MC INTO8H She was born |In --
t, Bradford County Telegraph Several 'Starke. merchants ,and with heifc...namely. : Funeral services for Mrs.n' Flor- In 1875 and before Bradford eo,
professional men are wiser.In'ex Lucille Alvarez, Betty Aon Turner ence McIntosh: ;, wife 'of Assistant wan Miss Florence

A j Established 1877 ,,1 .. perlence, but poorer, in "pocket1book : ; Bobby ant Dotty Sue -Blgga Attorney General Marvin C. McIntosh ter of the late W.Osteell J ,
i by two or three dollars, after Royce and Junior Marrell. Madge: was held at the family home Mrs Oateen.Besides. pate

"t Published Weekly on Fridays'and Entered as Second'Class' paying that amount to a.nice- I"! Brownlee,, Shirley and MarytnMontgomery In TallahasseeTuesday morning: her husband 1
looking elderly man who came she
Montle Hutching, 1.
at eleven o'clock,
'j Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida around laat week and solicited advertisements < Woodmen.Cairn p Enjoys Doris Prescott Josephine I' Johns lved by her mother three 11&1

I e r- for alleged. directories Qyaterif;&i.rlmp Supper Betty Hayea, Joyce 'and Ruth Mrs McIntosh died early Mon- ters. two rrandchUdrell
E. L. Matthews____...___________________Editor and Owner to be placed -In local hotel lobbies :"ii'ti4&y';) &lncft' November '16will Moore Barbara Keene, -Annlco day-morning: after a long: Illness. brothers and three sister. .
After collecting for as many Advertisements < Ann Col-
Wiggins ,
lie long remembered by the 10- Greene Peggy iWlAll' II 11'11I1111111I11"11I1"11I"111"I' "" /"" ImaiWnnnm.IIIIIIWnanlmtlLI111PIWIHNn/nMpNnm/ / m.aLyyy/ ,_
as he could sell the June Hall and Oarnita
I lette Green;
SUBSCRIPTION RATE nice-looking elderly man .evidently ca>camp...Wppdmenr-of the World, Hutto.

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months,75c: -Payable In Advance decided that ther.,wea no, use, to the 25-year put himself to the expense of having
i Advertising Rates on Application the directories printed; so he Sovereigns'A. M: Blanchard A. H. Tibbetts Tells Of

left, holding the? money, and with Harley and W. P. Smith three World.ConditionsA I '
other membJ J N. Cooper L.
'' late to join the Red Cross. the space-buyers holding the lug s ; FRUITCAKES
It's not too The Telegraph has and H. Hill and O. P. Wadswortn being large and appreciative audience -
//J' 0 ---- unable to attend the meeting.The greetedGeorge F.' Tibbettsat
means of checking",up on these ,
A woman's dress usually covers a multitude of pins.. fellows, and If local merchants presentation address was the Presbyterian Church last BAKED Lb.
Sunday evening to hear his lecture REAL HOME
D. K. -40
made Sovereign
l"Q --- care to have us make an Investigation happily by ----
Knight, who together with J. F on World Conditions as seen
of the man who solicits their
t' Gossip la a mighty low thing to get around as fast as it business we will be glad to do so. Colley C: H.TClark and J. W. Morgan and studied,by him on his recent

,s .. does. : '., Such caution woul
sult in keeping In town a few do!- liar badges some two years ago splendid stereopticon I
o Kinds of Pastries.
used and the address was most Impressive all
lars that could certsinlyby used Sovereign 1: 8. Hutto and! son, 01- .
He whd eats and runs away, will never have the checkto here liver,.enlivened the occasion with .. ,

; *I' --.-oSOMETHING several violin and guitar/number.. .
I ._ pay' TO QVARDAGAINST '" : I". well as appropriate'remarka SAFE DRIVINGOne '
o "< from other members present.Oystera STARKE BAKERYimimiMmmBimiiiiiniinimniffiiiiimimmimitiiimninwHBHitf
of the'best kaoWD'safety
It's all right to be a blow-hard if you're a member of the The 'only fly In the ointment of uinntp *na the usual slogans In the United States is J.
: provided the final climax
(l band. the DemqcratVti party at.this time Jftxlns" "'STOP LOOK andLISTEN"
town famous. -
q ',. ,. .'.... and were most heartily enjoyed by; .. , ,
: 0 r Is the ever-preseat..cJaopr of becoming some fltLY-(1'v.or'more. members warning once found at .. + ' om mmm minnnnnaumnaoimomiemmmmhmmmnnmum' ", ,,,.
r confused byt.having-such virtually every railroad crossing In
A total of
It might strange but it often takes bad times'tb overwhelming power thrust .suddenly present. twenty-elgh has,
seem ,. new members has been added to the nation. Its brief message ___ ** B BjBBMj
Into its hands ,fit has been without question, donG much to
make good people. the Campduring 1934.With about
unvarying experience in the past, automobiles
: minimize collisions between.
I.f, _, .0 jhat when a party finds Itself the .applications. yet to be acted and trains Canova Pharma
.A man may be a king in;his own ,home, but the wife still possessor of o.great;majority Lone live Woodcraft ant local Yet, there are thousands who
that It need fear
no opposition It
of veto. No. 188.J. aim .fall to heed this good advice,
hangs on to her power camp
break. up Into factions and be-
0t comes constantly more difficult to .. '(l. Morgar:, Secy.' and every year unnecessarily large Friday .and'Saturday' SpecialsRed
,- numbers of are kUled or
t -- persons
: ,Id spite of hearing people talk, it is surprisingthat so the handle.reason Politicians for this:can When easily neither give Celebrates Fifth Birthday; injured as a result Pepper, Per Lb.. ,..____-._____ .29c

;' few of them die of hard work. .!.,;" i party has much of a majority, each Little Miss Sharon Hall, celebrated The :rallroads spend'huge sums Sage, Per Lb. _____,-_....:...------- .1
must hold together in order to adequately < of money annually to avoid all
o her fifth birthday'' anniversary -
do battle with the other. kinds of accidents, especially thoseat Pint Syrup Corks, Per hundred ____ _19
at the tome of
One of his ardent fans thinks that Avery Powell writesall However, newspaperheadlines ents, Mr. and Mil, A. H. Hall par-last grade crossings Gradually Quart Syrup Corks, Per hundred _!25
these crossings: are being replacedby --
the stories that begin with AP. on November 7 indicated'that the Wednesday .afternoon, November I.
;. a Republican party had been almost 14. overhead or underground pass 1.00 Wine of Cardui _.;,--________. .69 completely routed at far as' of- es. Until the Job Is complete, the
The'first blush of. youth is too often noticeable only in fice-holding Is concerned. The chrysanthemu.ns. Quantltles: pink were and used to white decorate motorist's only'salvation is to. ": 1.00 Wampole's' Cod Liver Oil____, ,6S

( the noses of the younger generation.o Democratic party had done what the rooms of this home. and "STOP, -LOOK and. LISTEN"-;,, .50 Ipana Tooth Paste_-::. ______ .39
; ". used to be thought Impossible: outdoor durIng .
: ganvts were enjoyed
o where even popular Administrations ; the aftei 1 noon.'In.'' a'pumpkin Natlv..,,pbyalclana now are being >> .25 Milk of Magnesia'Tooth

:;{ would be a great' ,world if everyone was as niceto usually lose, fifty to:slaty game, Bobby:..SIgge won first prise trained at a medical of school British la Paste, 2 for;'_?_____,____ ._-_ 33
house'seats under the direction
In the off.yearelectione ; FIJI
'.{ .you as the man whc ,..wants to borrow money. along with a senator or two'. folks Late were In the1 Invited afternoon Into the the dining! little doctors. 't'* .50',Vick's Nose Drops _...*..-....-_.___ 3.50iWitch'Hazel

o it increased its *.
actually already room when 'delicious refresh \ Pint ... .3
: ___
; ,
t 'in -- --
.' (. I Some :women make mountain out of/a mojle'jhill} and preponderent majority menU of' hot f chocolate and cake -
: branch of Congress.. .50 Bay Rum Pint __ .
epiliaeh.. was served. :Thee*beautifully decorated ------ -
\ others to make meal out of of
\i\ try a a can .
; Just, before' the.election. Demo- birthday, cake formed the .50 Rubbing Alcohol l- 23
: 0 ---, --"' -
:\ cratic Chairman Farley asked that decoration for the<. dining table.. :

: The peace makers might be blessed in the nextl,<}r.4.Jn}. ', House the people and return Senate Democratst and offered the theopinion Each Sharon guest.: > received feXieived!! < a many favor 1 lovely .25 Thedford's Black' Draught .... 17

e they usually get the worst of,the bargain in this ol1 e.r (/;tr'; that the one big fssue at gifts from her.little friends who ,.75 Squibb Mineral-Oil ...._,u.-___.. .59

0- stake was confidence In Roosevelt. .100'Bayer.-Aspirin ___ .5
Farley went so far ai .to say Just Prevent ::
.;'I The FERA'says there are wild horses in Florida. They how much majority he would like Nights Getting. Up ,.50 Phillip's' Milk of Magnesia ___ .39!

'" probably got .that dodging careless automobile drivers to see, placing It at two-thirds,
: !
: way .
.75 Listeirine .59
,_ ____ .., __
r.. 0 The public went his request one .A PRCILIAR CLAIMThb :IISJJ: ? "':" --_:

'- better. The next Senate will,consist manufacturer admit that hl. 1.00 Beef, Iron & Wine*._._*: ?.*___._ .69!
The old alibi "your parents didn't have the opportunities of sixty-nine Democrats, for irrltstio not be the bldder.meHt -AT-

"I that you had," won't hold water when the adult schools open twenty-four Republicans and three doee' know thnt:' ,-of he the l. selling. mil. I .50 GroveVChillTonic ___..,._ __ .3!

.:{; here. members'' of minor parties. .The. done lions Unions of them1.tnoueand' Thin could were not uope be- THE MAGNOLIAFISH I '1.50 Fountain Syringes __........___....____79
next House will contain 321,Democrats ,
Hful.He nuyi.' ,You be the '
0 103' RepublicansA and ten Judic.Oet7ft< 2Bi> box BUKETS. 1.00 Mint Flavored: Cod Liver Oil ____69
r} Another comedian is sued for big alimony members of minor pasties! There After back four 'dfH,1lf not pl,....e< fro I l MARKET
being And gee vfiup mnnev. niriciniM : 1.00 69
screen ''
Ciirpcarbonate __
I, . will be thirty-etght' tfeMmwrattflgovernors the bladder laxative, are made from= ?,- '" --, ,---
:' Must pe pretty trying to act funny under those .circum- ;: Juniperberrlea.Ruchu' leave. eta, drape I 1.20 Syrup .89THESE !
: as against eight Repub, They drive oat' ImpurlUe* and ex- : You Thanksgiving\ Pepsin r.r,._....P._______ _,
p itan es. leans, one Progressive and one teeN acldi.. Thl I relieve* the Imitation ''Table With ft Baked FI..... .
1i rarmer-Laborlte* As a result,the which, entice* you -to ret up :We Have Fresh Apalachl-! .- ,PRICES'ARE FOR CASH ONLY-
,,0 nlffhtn burning and frequent deelre. '
cola Oyster
democratic party controls, roughy You.are bound* to fee better afterIhlx .
,The Jacksonville Journal warns those upon whom fame is seventy-five per cent ot.the flueblnar' and youJ.t your
regular>Bleep. .Guaranteed 1 -
by Mlt.
4 now smiling1 that it is only a short distance from headlines major elective. offices of'the,na ohell1. Drug Store.: .

,.' to breadlines. tlon.However beneath the surface, Reading:Fun .in, Store I :

0- the very size ,of the victory has for BoysIlere'pimportant 'slt.::
{ The government has warned hunters not to shoot CCC brought correspondingly big problems )00 JOHNS:

;.. boys.' It's all right to spare them but why, should-l ,J hunters' to the Democratic White House Itadcrs and to Politicians responsible -- boys ot:.AmerlCR. THR new.AMERICAN for the ,

(, show partiality? OyyOt1..a'OMPANlf.)1; <
any I.
are.predicting that Roosevelt .. .
tlon'aqnalltrmaauiln for boy,
0 w13have, I some of his worst has been rnduueil from taco a year FREE DELIVER PHONE 45
M 11.00.The .
.j' Most'people had rather have a bad dream''ban: a.good trouble in. keeping recalcitrant $ .1", baa three-year.been reduced rate formerly. to

T.;' dream for the simple that had Wake member. of his own party In line. $ ."jor"'a! ,, Guaranteed Guaranteed
rather Jon
: reason they up're- time we have been
Many of .(newly-elected .
.are .eking a -wm.lm reduce the oo.t of 24 .lb. g9c l'2lb 48c
lieved. than disappointed. said, to.be small-bore "politician.whQ..wouldn.t .THE AMFRICAN.ROY to ..ead....." FLOUR 'FLOUR
.tat. Griffith' O 'den Ellin, editor
; have had chance
0r ? a, Recently I we nave effected aavlnve '... 'f '
d Doctors have discovered that 'for"' to win without>the m>a of ,the that make the out po..lblei.n4 we ,, .. ,
1' a new used re New Deal behind them TM'Amer4can thAnk boy win acree thatrthenewprice.l v f n'
.. .
ducing purposes is highly explosive.. From now on give your people for the 'IDO.t' part front..'We big-new.hoax boya on will the help readlns ue IRISH,( BEST ,

fat friends plenty of room. lldtft vote for the candidates they to their ipread frlende.the"food news' by. telllns,

a, lected-they marked X's opposite Along with th.- out In eniQ' the POTATOES 10 Lbs. lOc WHITEBACON Lb..16cj

; a their names but they,were really maa-aalne'a publlehera are planning .. .
a maa-ailne that will continue to eel
'1 A financial expert predicts that Christmas trade will be for Roosevelt.
voting the pace In fiction articles, and d. .
OK.:'..The',trade of presents after Christmas will probably be n, has? already been' .. shown, of. milliion.'of. boy will. character parade* '14OZ. 2-LB. JAR PEANUT

to the usual standard also.' however that the President has through THH! AMERICAN BOY' In '
up ti* .Azr4; : .
(fI new atorlen. -!>nu..la. Renfrew of
definitely established\ himself as ,
the Royal Canadian Hide- .CATSDP' lie BUTTER 25c|
o.- the..,all-time champion. precedent- rack the red-and-sold onT:: Bonehead

i Charles Lamb said that a laugh is worth a' hundred shatter) and there la little will give JimTlerney.the-veader-many. the detective exciting;, '

\ groans .in anymarket.. It is worth more than that, to the around; ,.able for to tear lead that the members be will note of hour William In the Heyll.month.... -to whoee
t! ., person who has to listen to them.Americanism tI... gripping vocational stone.' have
. his Congress In the way be thinks won him wide ,,<,claim from parent
;(f / 0 hey should got as he.has led'the and approval llbrarlane.J of bare.*, I le well working.n the on hearty newatorle MUSTARD lOc- PINEAPPLE15c|

f) : Fuming about foreign countries not party on to the J'l'Nte.t\1ctory In *. staff writer are Inter.viewing .
paying ts history. Thernewly-electadot- famoun-eoarhe and athlete .
:J their debts,and then hiding behind the door when and world-renowned
col feel e.Plo..l
Ice-holders, should a- debt.ot.raUtude :
to brine boy. the
i v.:, lector.for the radio comes around. to theintesdar4because aportl/'and travel ... -.- Good White Per 100
I', ,In hort.-THS ROT $1.90
1;: 0 It: was the popular acclamation ofble :under; : It*. "." <,AMERICAN, .Corn
r--- I l '.. Mew Deal policies: that Insured to ..Ive boy a :Vnacaalne that meaaur ., .. .
r.. ,Brisbane says that the horse gets up with its front legs their., election'Us* many Lutanea.x;;, *.* .p.to*the in.but.. Send ctandarde your *ubcrlptlonTlo by. .1: J: L :. ... I'1I"'P .. ....-...-. _..._ _. ,

t., first, the cow,with its back legs fiistbut'that;, the old .,..-,...,-r----- : }' rlir i AMERICAN: BOY -,. --
T430 Detroit. Mlohlsan.Knoloee WATER
::: G. O. P. elephant may never get up again. .DOIIIl .am your lame and addree and
Although Will Rogers i has un- the proper amount of moneyand '

-, 0 'IJ. officially,burled f.th* Republican. THBAMERICAN! your way; ,, DOT loaded will with.0.. beheaded Can lOc MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c|
A woman writer tells about a'newspaper in South Africa party, malnUlnlngvthsMVI. ,is quite> |ins (thrill. : J

that'furnishes automobiles for the use of its "leg men." And ead'Republicas; >..-staIwarts ,say .

:: yet we think of "dark that It la simply lying fallow and ,:PICNIC CHARMER
Africa the
as o tJnent. ; .show. BO ,signs r.$f iri,decay. .The Get. Rid ofMalaria .
.11j : 0 truth probably Ue...somewhere be- '

A South American doctor has been i tweeD these! two extremes..,, HAMS Lb 17c|
treating a patient by 15c COFFEE Ub.
I The Republicans-.., terrific ; :
: radio. \We're afraid he's going to find it pretty-hard: to collect lacing in the last election' but the !; ,

hia,bill over the ether waves. 'I act should not be overlooked that : We' PrfoJ
'I ,' 0_ they did poll around/orty.-slx: percent CarryFull Line Fresh.ProduCe Popular _
of the total v Sow A CUU*: aid, Fart :
Its The editor of the Melbourne Times has nerved notice fore '
: on Fore-warned la and '
de twotUaiaTu .
jr else. ;
subscribers that he:prefers turkey, but would. not turn down a party.that get such a. substantial << ) tile lafsctio* Is Ik* ; .

:*micemess: >of 'v 1son.l ,, A batch"of homemade minority should not M eoasid- ...... W 1.5 p. the Mood U ever- OATS Per100$2.sa ABORTS Per'100 $2.1 15
sausage ,, .
red "'adTIIe might be life ta .... tie effect* and. to fortify ...... .
:'would probably find him "at,home".also, the old elephant. yet; awl It might ftottsr attack.MMm h eels BMdidM that .
>opouV.ln unexpected. places 'Ifenioorats .iisi Isssi las. Ihil In Him"
0 : ? TastssMS Chit= iMtatat m- fBEST.GRADEPer, 100' 100
.A wax model worked In,a fitmfor: a Hollywood actress > neglect to1.be.on; "the .ta*... CkfltTeftfc

,while she was getting' married.. It would..b&ve.been'a'dirty alert-, y'f ,if ,,' ....,. .....l tafwUoM .te the bloap .. HORSEFEE0 DAIRYFEEDPer
. away .....tMl Jna... the blood.Tbo*. $Z25
trick on the husband If the actress had continued to Through books, by our own"fire-? lends et.....e Ma shels ,. .
;work while the models aide or under our ,owa..reading. ear.h .ltaierX/ rawtrieM Cafll '
wax accompanied him to the altar.
i -- .. amps, we can visit far countries, 'h*.Ia MUktaf U"slag a.etsd_ WE CARRY '
L i ii -iti. we can experience all kinds of adventure ,. '.w.r 1& .. .... es ...... A FULL LINE OF WILSON-TOOMER'FFRTIir

i,r An English preacher says that many marrieof$1'radni'go we can meet and know alltads .CMI....Teali., Y LW.at- -.QIwft'a.a Saks .... enstaYs 1 ,IZERS--SEE US FOR YOUR FUTURE, NEEDS _

; to church only three times in their lives: The firsTtinleTtlieygo .. of.people.-caroUDe- B..8ber, astkby........Rat cMIMa Obi

' they are sprinkled with water; the second time they are maa.--.. ',' ,,; '.. 1_b .....eMyar..na7 irk.Ir t.e 1& L116 afeb._. JOe'Iii."... : :Chickens and '

sprinkled with rice i:, and ,the third time. they'.sprinkled I tn our working hoursw, make I .... : ,fogs Wanted
:itlms1)wt'Ilet aaO
rw 161.6.
with dirt.;? a living; but la.our lAisur. hour I ) III. 1...at. ,. .
u "we.make a. IiIe-. SvIecteA I ,- ... jNMr kaMeC **. '; -
... .
111 .
++r+t *- """ 5 .
....."'."",,\\0. '" _- '..{..I./V./. .
.:I. "" : ;f""