Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:02505
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F Attendance PLEASES YEARAt BEAT Marked Rain

i a meeting; Of the Business By I

LEX GREEN Men' Club Monday the members
unanimously reflected all DEADLINE

School Here officers to hold' Office for another present

? At year's term They are: A. J. Grlf In Starke Area 11 11m

Rooset'elt's Biggest fls. president; N.\ Sternberg, vice- Sewer System Here

president; and E. L. Matthews, sec un tl!

judge Adkins Recalls NO FOOTBALLAt Achievement, ret ry. Gets Final Some Damage To i 1
lie Says The club went on record as being ApprovalSHELTERSON RED CROSSSENDS '

Early Bradford B. H. S. THIS YEAR Ih favor of the proposition of Strawberry !
Florida Guides Association, Inc., a FUND FOR
newly organization that '

TIME 1S""CHANGECFree "B. IL S. Will have' no football Congressman-Lex Green upon Starke at an"earlV date. The association More Bradford'-' County. projectswere The Bradford County Red Cross SEWERS OVERRUN I j'I'

team this year." .. A. being advised wishes ,&'? secure the .
Tuesday afternoonthat rushed to the state Works Chapter yesterday wired $23: to
Books BeingDistributed Gray announced here MondayaaM President Roosevelt had allocated right of closing ft'lake' In Brad Progress Administration this weekIn the Washington Headquarters to 500 Reported Dead 1 i
ford County tor alt fishermen for
In a later begin construction an effort to have them approvedand be used for relief of hurricane victims '
This that because of accumulate on the $146,000,000 Florida certain period of time for the purpose sent oft to Washington before In the Florida keys and along In Hurricane'sPath

Week debts that the athletic fund had ship canal said: of re-stocktag it with fish. : the deadline September 12. Complete the West CoastThe 'I
been unable to take of It had "This Is 1 :..:
car the greatest thing that ..- I Information on these new applications money was sent In answerto I
been decided to forego the expensor any President has ever done for was not available, but | '
a plea from the national i
1U record of increMtot a football team this '"Laci Florida i or".DI.I' Torrential rains and cuats'fit 'll
Continuing year. and for the states of the RAINDELAYS they Included t Improvement of sixty action for funds. Mrs
with each term the< of material" also wind Wednesday night marked the ,; :I
attendance was given M Wainwright president
County High School be factor, [passing west of here of a hurricane -'
Bradford contributing to this dec! Army engineers have describedthe funds $4,400; Improvement to chapter expressed regret that the ;
term Monday that took estimated toll of
forty-first Work an J '
ItI sion. canal the O.n Hampton streets; beautification of I
gars as largest single Waterway organisation here was unable to
enrollment of 74' 500 lives In the Florida .
dearth keys.Damage
first-day However there will b. no 'it i
with s project ever undertaken In Starke streets and Improvementsto send a larger amount.Contributions .
students. Rainy weather prevented of athletics at the school this yea small to Bradford County' 1>,
Monday the United States mainland. It ROAD city park; thirty houses I to be used for relief
many from attending on and basketball and intra-mura will make it unnecessary for vessels FARM, along school bus routes to be usedas prospective strawberry crop depended "
will be welcomed by the chapter
and the total enrollment rose .port* will be stressed. The abandonment to make the long swing shelter for children In bad weather somewhat on whether the ( ,.
and be turned to
to 854 students on Tuesday. of football' was said to be around the Florida keys and ship -- Federal funds $1,600; nursing Mrs. Walnwrlght may F F. Stump over or' sun would come out or whether it ,r i)
The large auditorium packed tithe < only temporary., school for Federal would remain cloudy during the f
ping will be saved $7,500,000 annually ROCK TO BE SENT AS project Lawtey, E. L. Matthews. '
last row for the opening: exer.. The first issue of the Bradford It la said. Sailing time be- SOON AS WEATHER funds $1,000; three and a half next day or so. Some Instances of 'h :
deer at 9.30 o'clock Monday morn County High School Journal wll tween the Atlantic Ocean and the PERMITS miles of ditch In the Wateroak section The national headquarters had recently set plans being washed up '\

lag contrasted vividly with, the appear In next week's Telegraph. Gulf will be trimmed two and a Federal funds $3,000.: previously wired Mrs. Wainwright were reported. :
early-day school scenes describee! half offering assistance to this area Falling trees and branches withIn .' 1
days. theyed' Get Final ApprovalOne H
When should the effects of the
olIt | begin laying it feel
Adklns senior, judge :
by A. Z. The cII.D8.1.route:extends throughthe project for Starke was approved the city did considerable damage -
rock at this the Starke-
twf storm
Eighth Judicial'Clrcu/t. wucwu BOARD DENIESOld St. Johns River from the Atlantic I State Farm road by Washington during the to telephone and power llnevPortions ;i'
Is entirely dependent -
fbe principal speaker through Jacksonville to Fa, past week. It Was Improvementsto of Walnut Street Tenth )<

Judge Adklns recalled the ,day; latka. thence by way of the Okla- upon of weather the Gray conditions Construction, employees the sanitary sewer system by COMPTROLLERGiven Street and Temple Avenue were ,.1.
were only three frame AgePENSION under water for several hours.. C.t
when there waha and Wlthlacoochee Rivers Company said Thursday morning adding 2,831 feet, including pipe .
In the county, Storm sewers In one or two part. ;':',
school buildings entering the Gulf near Port Inglls.Congressman The rock Is now being loaded in and six manholes. Federal funds
which then comprised both Brad { PLEA Green who has Wtlllston and It 'was originally $3,933; sponsors contribution $218. Power of town overflowed. t:

ford and Union. All other school* just returned to his home here following planned to have the first can on Projects which were approvedby Observers In different parts) of '

-few In number-were log build the lengthy session of Congressu the siding here today. However the state administration during the county said there wa, more r '

ings. Students sat on hard, wood '- said: "Since my first conference it will probably be necessary now the past week and sent to TO REFUND TAXSUPREME water standing Thursday morning '.';

Mi. benches without backs and the WOULD CAUSE DOUBUE with. President Roosevelton to wait for the road bed to dry Washington for final approval are: than they had seen since 1923. Alligator \

convenience of Individual desks, TAX LEVY COMMISSIONERS this project there has never somewhat because i>f heavy recent Starke-Fencing this city with Creek had overrun Its {.

wu unknown. At noon, Judge SAY been any doubt in my mind as to rains. Fifteen carloads of rock three strand barbed wire. Erecting COURT RULING banks and flooded the land for ::

Adkina recalled the children spreadtheir -- his deep interest In the canal or per day will be sent here when the 24 cattle gaps, six to be located on REMOVES MUCH several hundred yards on each 1.n.;

cold lunches on the ground Old age pensions came up for: that he would give us this project. work gets Into full swing., the three State highways and the UNCERTAINTYComptroller side, At least two Instances of 1 f
ud the fortunate fellow who had discussion at,the regular:.meeting "Ever since my first campaignfor ; i remainder on county roads The water rising sufficiently to enter ,

i larger iweet potato than the Monday of the Board oft i Counts! Congress I have advocated and Mr. Gray has completed a shelter cattle gaps are to be 13: feet by -J. M. Le. last week housese In low sections of town \''\,
for his fleet trucks at the
others was an object!; ,of envy; Commissioners. W: ft Gray and worked for a canal across our of IS feet by two feet, concrete creosote received authority from the Supreme were reported. 1 i
of Walnut and Tenth
Teachers Got Sympathy"My the Rev.: S. J. Ring,, of Jackson state. In 1927 I Introduced and corner Streets and a small office buildingIs wood stringers and No. 40 Court to accept payment of Rising In the tropics, the hurricane -. :i

sympathy Is with the teacher villa, representatives the Junior' Congress passed a preliminary almost finished):; railroad rails with proper drainage licenses under the so-called chain : swept the keys, where It took ,

,"Judge Adklns ,said, ;"She not Order of. Americans appeared before survey bill; In 1930 I Introducedand ,i facilities included.: A cattlegap store act of the 1933 Legislatureand It. heaviest toll then veered acrose 'r"
only has to' teach .the' child)but the members and requested Congress passed a bill for 4 I ""-- is. to be placed at ,each gap to refund the payments U the the extreme southern' portion of _I;

.mu.-.lauk.-tUI'; tb9fxqh a ,rlwplaattren.tcfund detailed physical survey In 1933 I WIDOW-pfeNSIONS ,Federal funds. $3,93.40; sponsors law ultimately I. held unconstitutional the peninsular to the West Coot tI )

rlfr,.Judge and,Jury' for him. to match government funds Introduced a bill providing for the I contribution, '$31306. by the courts. j I It continued Its way up thj coast \
: that have been set aside for thU' actual construction. Upon these GRANTEDSCHOOL ImprovemenU to and Cedar before i .
Be strewed the need 'for parents Lawtey This ruling relieves the feeling to Tampa Key ?
to. cooperate with teachers in purpose. I bills the fate of the canal has rest BOARD FILLS County Road No. 7, from the olty of uncertainty that has surrounded 1 It turned Inland to''center around ;q!:

school matters saying"tHat If the After mucn discussion the board! ed."The VACANCY IN limits here to Rosenwall colored this law since its passage and Madison. At noon Thursday It was .y)

child did not receive the propel decided that It was impossible to project will give employment HEILBRONNAt school a distance of three miles. many merchants here who have reported to be passing into Geor:4:

Hurt In the home It would be Impossible raise the amount requested without to from 25,000 to 30.000, peo- Work to consist of plowing, blad- been waiting on a definite rulingon gia but now diminished to gale q f

for the teacher to bringout more than doubling the county ple over a period of from four, to the Monday meeting of the Ing re-shaping and dressing shoulders the bill will doubtless pay up force. .

the beat in him during the few mlllage u now assessed and that six years; will cut transportationrates Bradford County School Board the and installation of metal culverts now. The property damage along the J,

hour a day occupied by BChool. If such millage was levied that( In half; will treble the ton- following widow's pensions were to replace wooden box cul I Comptroller Lee was directed by West Coast was said to be heavy t

: A. J. Criffis superintendent of taxpayers would be unable to pay nage of commerce hauled Irk granted: 14.... Cary Starling, Mrs. verts. Federal funds $I, 8:5.60: ; i the court to accept the payment., but had not been estimated yester's. t I,

public Instruction. L. ,A. Gray 3.H. I The matter was laid over for further Florida and adjacent states;; will Anna Baxter Mrs. W. J.. Hardee, sponsors contribution $500.StarkeImprovement' I deposit them In trust with the day. Considerable loss to the citrus \\\1""

8. principal and Stafford L. consideration.A more than double tonnage hauled Mrs.' J. S. Swilley, Mrs Clara I to the State treasurer and hold them for, crop was reported by the Florida ai '
Crews, school board member all grant of $75: was given to the by the railroads and buses; will Crawford Mrs. T. C. Stewart Mrs.C. Starke Municipal Golf Course. Fed refund If the law Is killed or for Citrus Exchange '.!!,

Bade brief talk. A song by Mrs. Hampton canning center for equip more than double employees of B. Prescott Mra::'Jean ,Gaskins : eral funds $14,354.80; sponsor's I proper certification to the State Most of the dead were World )[,

Virginia Peace Johnson, of. JackWvllle. ment. The request was made by railroads and buses; will double I and Miss Madeline Frigo contribution $1,009.73., I school fund if the law Is upheld. War veterans stationed In camps 1 y:.

was well-received, by the J. H.' Saxon and M. L. Watterson. Florida's population Florida's In twenty The board adopted a resolution Only two WPA projects, the Indexing :The authority was given the comp on the keys where they were engaged ',';;

Mdlence. The name of Pat Perkins was. years; will treble present authorizing the borrowing of $3- of county record. and workon troller as "the judicial agent of the in road work. 1.:

':' Time Change' stricken from the pauper roll because wealth. in thirty years."I 000 to meet the August payroll the municipal airport, are In court. >>''
President Roosevelt
1 Mr. Gray has announced that -of his death. congratulate wis- Norman Johns was; appointed to progress at the present time. I Lee also told the court he had COUNCIL :,
ahool will begin in the morning at The name of MInda Hodges was for exercising profound fill a vacancy In i the faculty of About ten workers are employedon collected about $70,000 and that CITY
S,23 o'clock Instead of 8:40 which strucken from the pauper roll because dom in this matter and feel happy the Heilbronn School caused by the the record and 100 are work. he believed he. would be'able to APPROVES.. ,

lilt the starting time last year. she has moved from the Indeed that eleven years conscientious resignation of Mr. E. B. Hart. Ing at the airport.HEALTH collect; $1,000,000 additional "with-
The county. service which I have given In In the next sixty days," If the PROJECT FOR PERMANENT f.
lunch hour will be from 12:10: fruit." At the request of a delegation t-
ftlock Upon the suggestion of Representative this behalf has finally borne court would allow the money to beheld BEAUTIFICATION ,
to 1:10: Instead of 12:20 from China Grove.W. W. Whiten '
assignmentas '
the Green's
10 1:20.: Charley E. Johns Congressman directed to transport children BOARDTO In trust.Injunctions. !fI,,
decided to a screw a member of the Rivers and was prohibiting. enforcement (
Free school books In all grades board sponsor school here from the e eLUicatlon
'we worm 'rider project with the governmental Harbors Committee and as assist to i MEETWILL of the tax law have been Issued A project for a permanent beau.
being distributed this week of great old Green Cove Springs road. This for Starke was ,
relief agencels.The ant Democratic whip were to various chain store operators program
bit it u doubtful If, there will be service will continue at least until DISCUSS PLANS'' '.
for Council t \
request of Ernest Byrd, assistance to him In working who filed court proceedingsagainst approved by the'City *

at lllough to supply the demand court house janitor, for a raise In this project. _______ better weather conditions- --prevail. FOR COUNTYCLINIC It.. The Injunctions however the Tuesday night meeting., The liprogram
4mdance. wages was denied The salary is applied only.tothepersone I was explained to Urncouncllmen ;>i-

HwtdenU who-returned complete- now $33. per.month.. Avery Powell Had A T itle For This Story. The Bradford County ,Health or firms obtaining them i and did by Aubrey Frink, who'k:;,,
allowed .S3: baa bad of beautification
.. Of Mrs. Bell Lang was Council will hold Its monthly not halt the law entirely
t* P"vlous used by them_ during for, one month only for the care But We'll Let You Wri te Your Own meeting at the- Woman's- Club Attorney General Landle sometime I work here during' the past year. E r'

'j' year. of Earl Lang; a helpless child, and. By H. E. LAGERGREN a comprehensive survey;; and understanding building Friday night, September ago advised Lee that he did W. L. Gray of Jacksonville, representing (

Jrlntendent. __ Grlffls announc- the clerk was instructed to try to While ,Walter Townsend'a addition the situation aa she 8, at S o'clock. Plans for a health not have authority at that time, : tbe ,Junior Order of ,,,
day that It would
srry to fee nec- place the'cbUd in. the home for I to Lake Butler was being laid thought, she withdrew with the clinic for which the Board of to accept the payments under, protest I Americans appeared before the 1 i

firs employ ODe more teacher the: feeble-minded at Gainesville.The out the surveyor had to line College dignity of one who had read Conan County Commissioners and the and hold them for return. council and asked, that the city a 7).
elementary department.The were "The Hound.,f the Basker- to with provide funds for an old age pen- :
*wicn\ following applications Street, from the G. S. St F. Doyle's School Board have appropriatedfunds !'I'm now ready proceed "
hM f,
not.yet been filled., approved for widow's pensions: railroad south to the high school vllles'V She thought a fellow being will be completed at this enforcement of this law" the ilon. He was advised. that the- '

Mrs. T. C. Stewart $2; Mrs. The course was througha was sinking,in ,the quicksandand meeting.The comptroller said today "because I :city did not have any funds avail ,

"SMART GIRL" Clara Crawford $4;, Mrs. W. J. building.. bay, c.Ued"Hell's Half Acre," sent the jonitojvan. old darkey, following members are asked can assure those subject to the able for this purpose. ':.,

AT RITZ, Hardee-$4r-Mre Jw, a.;awilley. $*! on account of the deep holes, fallen to the rescue. to be present: Mrs Vonda In- tax that their' money will be refunded The following* bills were ordered ;""i

Mrs. Gary Starling $6; Mrs. C. B. timber and tangled growth. The The rescuer couteX.see nothing man, Mrs. A. M. Darby A. J. If the law Is held Invalid. ?aid: ;
"SILK $2 Mrs. Jean Gaskins south end was but the flagman's signal above the Ferryman "I am Inviting the business Interests Starke Telephone Co, Telephone? ;
HAT KID" ON Prescott, ; portion near the Thomas, J. L. Conner E. K.
Mrs. of Florida to make their it city hall, $3.60; 8.,. R. Johns 1 r
Baxter $7; bushes. He heard some ejaculations
SCREEN NEXT |14; Mrs. Anna especially bad. tyty Mrs. Tom Moore Mrs C.
Mrs. Katherine could not come from payments as promptly. possible.If broom for city ball 75e; Byron /,
Frigo 17; that Moore Mrs
TUESDAY"Smart Madeline a" Dan ,
In boggy B. Roberts, Mrs.
to "set up"
Mrs. Muriel Thomas He school. He went out on the payments are not, made, I'' :'row, drawing blue prints, $2.10; "
Sponholta $6; and the flagman a Sunday : Inman, Mrs. J- M. Alva-
full of water Carolyn t,
bole enforce the collections. Juigley ft Davis material for city ,
Girl a bright sophlstl- far as prudent and asked Dr. E.!: L.Biggs. will proceed to '
$.. sent ahead. The intervening a log as res, Dr. W. E. Mtddleton '
CIted romance . was ." Mil $21.42; Mayor W. E.!: Middle-
drama of the mod. .
L. H. Hill
the flag invisible : W. L. Wall Mrs
growth made 37 fees for June July I''.
ion Mayor
:.=and her adventure In the Hall Opens Grocery only at times. The surveyor "!:-e.I. yo' neeuln.ary 'slstlngs, Mr. W E. Mlddteton A. :3. Grime, md August $37.001 W. L. Wall 'i'\
of love Firestone Dealer
the New
aa well as In Via.
L. D.
and momentarily -
the stature eah 7" B. M. Montgomery
of of
proprietor being short Councilman: $4 O. L. Beaaley :.r
r mss of A. H. Hall ;
: making living, comes Hall's Place a favorite sinking deeper Into the Now, the flagmattr bavlng had lug Mrs. Blanche Edwards Mrs I The Firestone Tire RubberCompany Councilman! ,$4 P.'M. Barefoot.r

aI to the Rita Theatre for a popular with home folks and mire yelled frantllally to the flagman his back toward the school house Henry Haeen,Mrs... ,C. Sullivan, this week announce their Councilman' $4;; W. U.; Edwards .;,'fCcnrncIImaII.

t Y run.If'itarf featured eattnc place recently opened grocery to raise his signal higher, so knew nothing of the concern that Mrs W. J. Epperson. Mrs. N... D. ; new dealer la Starke-tbe Torode $4; N. D.Walnwrlght. ':-'.
Taylor, Ida Luplno'aiui Gall tourists the evinced be probably : A. Z. Adklna, Dr. O. The- tire company
above had bee # Wantwright. Chevrolet Company.
directly could be seen : Lan0'
Ie. 'tns the building- that it \r.\ Councilman, $4; T.F..,
his directions the offer "of assistance L. Heynee: and Dr. J. W. Brown Js pleaeed with Its new
on thought very
emphasised: (
restaurant 1 be Attorney, $3 Carl
5** : from his bushes rum. City ; I
Tuesday and Wednesday across) full handkerchief, meant help to e......: himself- lee connection here since they have '
has a waving a eo
Hall by loton. Salary for August $ ;
Mr. ;
Hat Street
lcld Tenth I .
2 wtttt: Lew Ayres switch. He something entirely1? unnecessary.He tile advantage of a central location .
and fancy groceriesand tied to a long blackgum .Kelvin McKlney. Salary 430. 4 areU
Clarke wOJ line of,, plain hole :
and Paul Into a Bradford
Keay.; bad managed to Up with well-established
man bad a
IOeapy .a' courtesy and economy did not know that the' New Insurance OfficeJohns $4-$.O; A. L. Alvarez, sal.
the It. promisee "
screen dan- and was held Torode Is offering
; stump- firm. W. E.
In a rotten County '
Jtroua 'for his customers. The people troubles of hieown. tc W.lnwrl&ht.local agentsfor .try' $83; 1 arrest $1, board $2.0- !
romance snared
in which Ayresth furthermore special trade-In values on
rtrIe of Starke and the surroundingcountry Out on the balcony'of the top fast; and being the Gulf Life Insurance, have 189; Bennett Lumber Co. lumber ti
: part of a bodyguardowner some stubborn bamboos old tires during a limited period of
are Invited to.tn. pectRaU' floor of the school: house c.m.eet moved from their former office on for Liddon house $1.08; IV C. Buf
ItrtIoUY. of a cafe in the ; he was u helpl_' as a fly la aspld.r' time and it will be to tile advantage '
:if had beard the Ord. Fire Chief, $..00; Johnnie
Grocery sixteen.She buildIng
Ave Into the corner
IlUIDIJ */Variety to cut Temple toInv"UI'.t.
11Th' < a big city. -' web. He bad tried of every automobile owner
'0. ," and "viewed with alarm Street 4agan Fireman. $2; J. D. Or1ffl. p9reman.
and Court
urltJay and Friday of :next yelling the himself loose, bur His knife_slipped at Call these prices.Correction. Firei
"- .. 'Course waving handkerchief Insurance firm has madegreat $2; James Lewie. ;
Rit Short the Into This .
alee"the wm ahow .meWan1111 Attends his bleeding fingers .
from .
visible. Wilbur Orlffla, FIreman
himself not being strides since Its formationhere nan, $2;
= Bradford waver
Ralpb'Bel.. Clennle Hickok. "O-O-OH 'the muddy water, He was consequently i iahrln
I Mrs. the With the most melodious several years ago and Its $3J. L. Peek. Jr., Fireman $2;
Morley- County health nurse, attended Imaginable she ran back. Then not In an. appreciativehumor. VIII"gad.ooks" movement Into the new office is In last week's, Issue of the Telegraph : John. Fireman $2; Merrill A
of '
r,0Pefl : short course for'gradgeld nurses more young ladles; they In the time- Henry a looked upon u another step In. Its it was stated that 8. O. Lew.U ilcMlUan, rireman. $2; Chas Dar'r'
: K. some considered
Ft Meade Store August 20-3O In the P. of heard and saw what they thoughtwere I was be Im- progress, jewelry shop would be closed by. rireman. $2: W.' F. Thornton. J'-
could not "
Wu. Dobrow WIll leave the first lounge school: at the University signs of distress, and with swear word that during his absence from the city. alary $70. ft arrests, $3-$75; >
the darkeyfound -
If Y IIIIt week for n. Mead where Florida iae GaineeV e. It Is has an NQ-o-OH chorus, they ran back proved.. But the unlucky It bar been estimated that the This was a mistake. D. E- Johnson D. C. Kinlaw, Gas and oils $37.24; v'i,

open a variety So to SIww first time that the University to report to teacher. The latter that profane 'vocabutarlyl average' 'speed of automobiles on will have charge of the shop Bradford Hardware Co.'' Bup'plleei. r

II He be.Joined later by offered a short course found for it nursesand veryrefilabis. was a lady of Jove-like raise./Hay- Continued-On Page Eight the open road .U 41.3 mllee an'hour. until Mr. Lewis retu rem. (Continued On Page Eight 1 Fs
DobrOllf Hickok made (
Mrs. ,
and their two cbll- / lag adjusted her glasses

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I'!: L Telegraph By Special Writers Live Community Happenings 0 Reach Noon---,. 1 1i

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mortgage on the crop MISSION IIU.L
JSROOKER VANDERBILT HAMPTON Heilbronn SpringsMiss DEADLINE SET I maximum amount which may be "Ethiopia In the ilgh7

I _...._... .. Thelma Bhoden, (,JOI' LOANS ;loaned to any borrower is 9000 In of pro
)flee. Vera, Galney, Correspondent,' Mew llrlnrln BI Car Mix Aim 1111..... C.rro. *e FOR CROP i accordance with the statute. phecy" was taught at the MIIIIIIII

having-a birth or death Mr. and Mrs.'"'Willie Lewis and, Cleveland Sullivan and family of Mr. and Mrs Jessie Atkins, Mr. ---"- Loans may be made for the purpose Bible study this week at the tn.
in Anyone their family In voting precincts children of Plant City were Theressa were guests of Mr. Sul and Mrs, Johnnie Atkins, of Jack- Mrs. Mildred Gill Doyle 'emergency I of producing commercial truckor ular hour or gathering and

Brooker or New River please report ing her father, S. J. Norman vl8lt-1 livan's mother, Mrs., Josephine sonville, spent. Sunday with Mr. crop loan agent for Brad- vegetable crops unusually Interesting, What Will the
to Mrs. W. D. Webb local registrar week. Sullivan, recentlyThe and Mrs. D. L. Kite. ford County, said yesterday that! The maximum amount which Bible says about this 1 little country
fora First Baptist Church of Misses Thelma Rhoden and Es during the remainder of this month and people la most
for these two precincts, Mr. and Mr. A A. Edwards may be loaned per acre for commercial aatoundat
birth or death certificate. were visiting at Brooker last Fri- Hampton last Thursday'' eveningelected ale Crawford have returned to application. for these loans will betaken truck crops Is $10 when when connected up with the ,,...
Oswald Johnson was a recent the following officers for their home after spending a while by Mr. Alma Bain of the commercial fertilizer Is not used, rent news of the day.

visitor In Waycross. Ga day.Mrs.. W. O. Sllcox, Mr. and Mrs.: the ensuing year: in Cocoa. Bradford County Abstract Com-Mrs. $25 when commercial fertilizer Is Several visitors from away .t.
Everette D. N. Denmark, of Starke. were Pastor-J. B. Lyle. Mr. and Mrs' M. Rhoden and pany. During this period used, and if commercial fertilizerand tended the meeting and had a
H. P. Galney. and accompanied son. by visiting Mr. and Mrs Russell Nor- Sunday School Supt.-Miss Alta sons Owen and Clarence, attended Doyle will be ;absent from the spray material are both used in the service. Some who have part
R. McGauley,
M. Moody of Lacrosse, man last Thursday.Mr. Rbames.Asst. church at'Little Rock Sunday.We city.Conditions the maximum may be $27 per acre. been absent were back m their
r 'Elder Edwards of to hear of the under which emer- places.. Miss
few days recently In and Mrs.; Coy Sunday School Supt.-. were sorry I For the production and harvest- McKinney again tendered .
i'' jipent a Florida. White there Mr. Brooker spent the 'week-end with W Horne death of little I Annette Rhoden gency crop loans may be made Ing of Irish potatoes when com- special music and was 81-
South visited his daughters Mrs.: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R._M. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.\/ Freeman were recently outlined as follows: mercial fertilizer Is used, a maxi- silted in one number by little Vir.
GaIney of Okeechobee, Alvarez. Mrs Edwards will remain Secretary & Treasurer-Miss Rhoden who passed away Sunday Applications will be received un- mum of $40 per acre may be loan- glnla Lyle.
:A. F: Raulerson Raulerson of Brigh- for a few days.F. Mary WI&glns.Bible afternoon.Mrs. til September 30 193 Notes ma- ed, when such an amount can be -
a and Mrs. R. M. Norman and sons H. L. Class Teacher-H. B. Wfg- Ted Underbill, of Lacoo- ture April 1, 1936. Justified

ton.Mr. and F. M. Jr., were called to the gins. chee, is spending a while here Loans must be secured by a first must to
and Mrs Will McEver and bedside of O. C. Norman, of Malone Asst. Bible Class Teacher-MM. with her mother Mrs. Annie Saun- 'Applicants methods agree use FOR PROMPT AND
seeds and approved by
Mr. and Mrs N. J. Wynn of Hamp- who is in the Dothan, Ala., Mattie A. Ward. GRAHAM COURTEOUS
of to SEIUKE
and ders.Mr. the Department Agriculture
iton were recent guests of Mr. hospital with a broken)eg. Adult Young Peoples' Class I' and Mrs", S. B. Harvey of ,Mr. I.. C. fr/tla C.rr ..o.d.. plant a home garden and to planta i
Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Varnea and called here Sunday
Mrs Jessie.Wilson.Intermediate I Mr-jple: : Surrency sufficient acreage of,teed cropsto
son, Emory, and Miss Eva Varnes, night because of the death of Mr. DEAL
I Class-Mrs. M. L. of Tam- supply feed for their livestock.
Win Two Game and daughter. Margaret,
of Crescent City, spent Sunday her grandchild, Jlttle
Both the Waldo and Mlcanopy here with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hol- Watterson. ,Rhoden. ""* pa, were visiting Mr. Surrency's Loans will not be made to any SERVICE STA.
base ball teams came here Mondayto llngsworth. Junior Girl. Class-Mrs. J. W. Brother'' J. H. Surrency over. the applicant who is not cooperatingwith

play against the Brooker team. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards was Horne. Card of Thanks week-end. the Agricultural Adjustment Hubert E. Priest
+; In the first game, Brooker vs. shopping In Lake Butler Satur- Asst. Junior Girls Class-Mrs. We want to thank the peoplefor Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Durbin of Administration production control
Waldo Brooker was victorious bya D. W. Johnson. their kindness through the Jacksonville spent the weekendwith programs to any applicant who ,
score of 6 to 1. In the second dayJ.,A. and D. D..Hollingsworth of Junior Boys Class Earnest death of my little baby daughter, relatives. can secure credit from .other THAT GOOD GULF O\S
who have
Brooker vs. Mlcanopy, Palatka visited their who died Sunday sources, to applicants
game recently Morgan. Annette Rhoden I Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzie
loans from
Brooker was again victorious, thlatime mother Mrs W. M. Holllngs pending
Teacher Mrs. K. B. were visiting Mrs. McKenzle's pa-
Both Ptffmary Credit Associations, nor to
of 4 to 2. any
by a score worth, who Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman RhodenW.
rents, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Surrency
Watterson. has not observed COMMON
who good
+! were characterized by fair one CAUSE 0BALDNES
games Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Newman and C. Rhoden and Family.HIGHLAND I
team work from Beginners Class-Miss Geraldine Sunday. faith with the Government in connection -
and good
play children, Lola Jay and J. W., of 4--- !
x' Johnson John Ward and L. C, Smith were. I with previous loans.
,all the players. Palatka, spent Sunday here with
,visitors to Starke Monday. The total amount loaned to the
; Mr. and Mrs. W. D.' Hollinsworth. I 0. otb. dirt
M. E. Crews, Correspondent I antes prenmtnr.
;' A large crowd from here attended The Bradford County Singing children of Plant City were visit 'enanta of any one landlord can- BWllo! hair. ud baidse m
,,' church services at New Convention holds its all day sing- lag relatives here this week., Miss Jewel Carter, who had the Blackburn.Mr. :lot exceed $1,000 In any one county ui.tion in tbtlecaIp
Church Sunday. Water few and Mrs. John Wilkinson except to tenants of the United IW fTnyyi min ODd briny 10 "'""""
9 l Hope tag at Oak Baptist Church Mrs. L. L. Conner of Gum misfortune to break her arm a Mtfcr rbl..d to Murnh tine lair nM. .
'f The Rev. G. E. McCauley held Sunday. Everybody come and take Branch spent Monday with her days ago, is recovering rapidly. visited relatives at Russell over I States, a State or municipal _... 'lo M nlihtlh l.p....

.r(t regular ,church services at the :part in the singing. daughter, Mrs. Zarle Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green and the week-end. government or a drainage district. .1M.,...a....s..Ua of se ceunur-irnuni.and women .110ft
j\ t Baptist Church Sunday. This being ..---- Mr., and Mrs. Russell Carter of children and Mrs H. C. Wimberly Mrs. E. Prescott Miss Virglc I I lair f- nUU la Mopping falling' bee
1 ,Call Day the Rev. Norris was RISINGMiss Heilbronn Springs spent'Saturday' of Starke visited- .l relatives here I Griffis Miss E. Ricks C. M. Grit A wage and hour study of nail ,, .Ira Mu raw.....hair nuf on wd boU ItcUof._.alp.and 10 aura.

'1. ,called as pastor of the church for Edna Lewis, Correspondent night, with Mr., and Mrs. ,E. C. I' Friday. 'II'fis, Romeo and Frederick Prescott road service, as of November 1933, 1'- OIl but 60. at ens t
i the coming year. Services will be ---=--<. .. ,- Lewis.. E. Prescott' send C. M. Grlffls were visitors to Starke Friday. shows that IS per cent of the 1,< pe.I ......1oiM. 1PRP.t un. T
'*+ held each first and third Sundays. Mr..'and.Mrs... Clarence\Sbattler were visitors to Lawtey Saturday.L. ,Curtis Starling of,Jacksonville, 000.000 workers receive 35 cents /tb.tN 1M 1IaIr." Wrilo D. NM ,

'!2'1 H. .B., Crosby was transacting. and ,children Anna ,and Ned, of ,Miss Lucile Rollins.and broth- Knight of Lawtey, was a visitor i visited relatives here Monday. an hour or less. N Wt NATIONAL,efts .RIII.EDT...... N...CO.1'011I
W. L. of Arcadia .pent"a few
er, ,
t business In Starke Saturday. Jacksonville were visiting Mr.;and here Saturday. Some of our home boys who
Among those from here attendIng Mrs. R. M. Crosby Friday. days with Miss Edna Lewis. Mrs.,Max Carter and Miss Jewel have joined and been sent away to

,}f, to business in Starke Monday Miss Edna Conner of Gum Miss Melva Crosby and Miss Carter were visitors to Jackson CCC Camps lately have been heard ,FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
were H. P. Gainey, R. T. Os- Branch spent Sunday night with Doris Strickland were guests of ville Wednesday.M. from and are located as follows: :
teen, A. B. Surrency, Oswald John- Miss Vera Lee Lewis. Misses Lula Mae, and Etta Fay T, Knight of Mlxvllle, was a Cecil Hardee Clyde Carter..CleveyGrlffls .Many Years Experience: Makes It Possible for Me to Render j
,1 Ion.jr. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. R. Kelly spent Dyal at Pine Level Sunday. visitor here Sunday. and Richard Carter are at EFFICIENT! PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
;" Miss Louise Webb and Miss the week-end with Mrs. Kelly's pa. Mr. and Mrs. Pascle Fouts and Some visitors here from Lawtey Pleasant Hill LA., and Carl Lang MODERATE PRICES
IGrace Hazen of Jacksonville spent rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drlg- children of Lakeland, spent a few Sunday included, Miss Mamie Wilkinson Is at Cades Cove, Tenn.H. DeWITT C. JONES

JI last week-end here with their ret gers, of Lake Butler. days with Mr. and Mrs H. H. Miss Pauline Wilkinson,, E. Adams of Tampa, visited .Starke. Floridat"1
'anectlve. Barents... Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs., W. E, Lewis and ,Lewis recently. Leon and A. J. Wilkinson and T. T. friends here Saturday.
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D. Webb and Mr and Mrs. T. C.

ie Hazen.Miss Lucille Webb, who has I I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR. Improveme-s- sid ;eI|

been spending some time with'
te' friends and relatives in Jacksonville u t Y
has returned, ,horn.,, ;l", t"i lwLUru4 fD'r use ew forte uNR oN MM1IAS '1 DID UNK WAS T' II I i iRINT I HA L 'wujp o 'N pp

"? BOAT DRAIN tO iPoy3'tif' Ttt'M A1u.' tHtN,'ZN REriTG'S 0 ( i N T WNt HAVE"S

:Airs. Z. Z. Urlflln, CorrespondentB. CHEAP ; EXPlNSE ; 34 RR WIEKONLY

L. Green has home

'; after spending the past two ter ( / e
months in Plant City and Orlando. 1i MIt I i .1,
V Mrs. Lizzie Lee was visiting her t

brother, C. A. Grlffis lust Sunday. Z t j 'a
Arch Prevatt and Zenas Griffis

i'attended church at Kingsley Lake (
,y,' last Sunday. s
,'a Willie Green, of Ocala, was visiting ij .tr' ,
.' his brother and sister' Mr, r

,, and.Mrs. Zenas Griffis, the past '
v weekend.Mr. .
x? and Mrs. Paul Prevatt have
W, ; returned home after spending ,the yr ,
It< past week at Lake Geneva with S

.ti, relatives. .
Mrs. J. D. Chesser attended i.r'; -

ts7 prayer meeting at the home of T-

v', John Prevatt last Thursday. r.tMAIN =..'_
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;t Dan Boree and niece, Miss Irene -
Boree,of Jacksonville, were visit- '
r <
ing C. A. Griffis last Tuesday and -. :luNc;, ON ,MAIN STREET"; By L. F. Van Zelm .1
were accompanied home by Mrs. :
Boree and children, who had spent

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rltID.\\", SEPT7t51 !". .935 __.'. __. __ __ BRADFORD. COUNTY TE mAPIJ...3TAKKE. FLORIDA PAOE TURKS
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: ter" factions and the pleasures of ex- are gong to do things that would
.. HOW TO OBTAINREPAIR are and how good a bargainerhe ,

{ Economic Highlights ) is.When stence I stagger be order us.and your Let your beacon watchword beauty. .I'

hr LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS J CREDITA the borrower bears a good To sponsor. a "clean backyard"conteRt. -The Rotarian '
(Industrial News Review! ) jJ reputation for reliability and capa- I a boys' club, or a new library. -
I Is excellent but not enough.
A simplified Uotamended ; suggestions bility, the lending institution may .
ij extend credit in amounts up to Individuals Intimately and sincerely Leading hotel'w
to obtain loans under! th;
H......."'". Teat Afrerla.. 0'.._ $30,000.: This credit may be Insured concerned with community service -
modernization credit
HIOII8fJJOOL P./1.. Dered.aa Ca.ea sad T..
'TFY JUNIOR SOCIETYMary need perspective and imagination. -
i t RII. of Wverr madhld..l-N._ plan has been compiled by the by the lending Institution
NEWSPAPER STAFF tin..' cud .........,.... ........n. Federal I with modernization credit Insur- Their planning should be the
Rowe Juanita Watson lB. bl. .. Housing Administration.By
Editor-in-Chief e .r. Prom Welfare.ButtlneM Federal Ad- expression of nothing leas than the
ance by the Housing
and Marlon Sapp, of Jacksonville, an amendment to the Na
RIGDON whole Ideal. And for their motto
ministration for cent of
DOROTHY twenty
Winnie Shuford tional Housing Act, the Housing per
Literary Editor Gainesville, and Looks Up their total. Considering that a they have these words of Daniel afi (i ia
Matte E. Rowe enjoyed a swim- Statistics Administration toay now insure I NIY
MARTHA WELLS indicate that both the unit of (100.000,000 thus Insured Burnham to whom more than any
: advanced In
modernization credit
a Elizabethu ming party' at Kingsley Lake recently current business situation and the ls Indebted
other Individual, Chicago
Harley has but .06 cent loss
, Clara Mae business amounts up to f 5(>>,000 for the purpose developed per
g Hummer. Assistants outlook are Improving. of modernization or the installation up to July 15, 1933: this Indicates for its planned beautification:
Society Editor Many Important Industries are do- the soundness of the program and "Make no little plans; they have I
or new'equipment or machinery
Betty Phillips went to Gainesville better
ing than
now since 1930-
EDWARDS to stir men's blood and
:MARY in Industrial, commercialand process. no magic
recently where she vis- ,
was a
some are actually ahead
Asslatant :
4of prevatt. I build reasonable credit risk, probably themselves will not be
mercla al
Evelyn) itor at the WRUF program at the of their 1929 experience. com
Joke Editor University of Florida Auditorium. Ings. The procedure suggested to where improvements enhance collateral realised. :Make big plans; aim THE SEMINOLE ,

r CARL EDWARDS --- RETAIL TRADE: Well above the Individual by the Housing; Administration value, stabilize Improved high in hope and work remembering

Karl Shuford, J. C. Pringle, The little friends of last year with chain systems having is as follows: realty and tend to Increase the that a noble, logical diagramonce JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

t Assistants Virginia a particularly favorable experience borrower's business, will be expe- recorded will never die, butIon& CBIAS. P. OWNER, Manager a aA
Anders, ,who has been suffering Decide what Is needed for modernizing
''n Sports EditorCLEON with appendicitis will be glad to (Sales for J. C. Penney building and equipment dited. Purchase of fixed equipment after we are gone will be a human, homelike Institution 7

ve, WOOTEN know that she will be back soon dry-goods chain recently broke all Consult equipment manufacturers machinery, air conditioning, living/ thing asserting Itself withevercrowln& where you will find your Individual

U Elementary Reporter records: for first-half-year sales. and and building con elevators, heating and plumbing Insistency. Remember comfort and entertainment -
o ROBERTSEDITORIAL National Retail Dry Goods Association dealers alterations that our sons and grandsons a matter
PATSY systems, or to effect or
We notice that little Earl Craw- tractor as to the cost of the modernization
forecasts that the fall sea- of great Import
additions to property are given ev-
ford Is back In school followingan work planned. I
son will bring a 10 to 13: per cent assistance ance.A .
becoming quite pop- absence of two weeks. additional Increase.CONSTRUCTION. Go to a bank or other local financial ery steel fireproof building located
are ---
Projects High class- Institution that .lsPlayS. In the heart of the city.
the Junior : Substantially
war among grade Is now work- Clara Crawford has returned to !above last year. Residential the "house in the circle" sign, MAKE NO LITTLE PLANS Every Room with Combination
eI The eighth which means it has qualified for. Tub and Shower Bath. Radio Elec ,
the Civil War, a most interesting school after a two weeks visit with awards In a recent month were 143 There are little towns and
IIIg on Federal Housing Administrationcredit many tric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for
phose of American history her grandmother. per cent over the same month In insurance. cities that are ugly. There Is no o.t,. .. ....- Summer Ventilation Comfortable

1934. General Motors has announced ugly town or city that could not r..._ ....t Beds with Mattresses of Inner

Patsy Roberts was a guest of that it will spend $50,000,000: Make application to the lending usual be made a more attractive place If NOMW i.t:7a:. Spring: Construction and individual'F e
In the
for new plant capacity-this Institution fOC\lOdlt: ........
warm wea- her grandmother in DeLand re- represents the people who live in It want It RV Reading Lamps. l
ij if the extremely the largest sum any corporation -, way. -. so keenly enough. If each mortal ..... ........-
had of late was not cently. at I.wo.ra
have The charges on credit RATES
ther we has decided to spend for I carrying has but one life to live, then why .....-ra_ '
enough, the ninth graders are building In a long time. For the Insured by the" Federal Housing/ 78 Room with Private Bath
should he be satisfied with environs v
We to have Mae Pless
are glad
in a deep and thorou&,11lIudy Administration at the lowest !
Submerged are 93.00
first seven months of this -Single
year that do not add to the satis-
of heat from a scientific among those present again afteran Industrial contracts totaled $99- rates. The maximum must not' 80 Koonm with Private Bath

standpoint illness. 000,000-within a few millions of exceed the equivalent of a $3 die 92JSO Single t '

the total for the entire year o\f count per $100 face amount of a 40 Rooms with Private Bath ;R

The first grade Is Indebted to The Lawtey p T. A. will spon- one-year note repayable in monthly MALARIA rkrrk 9S.OO-Single

lira A. J. Wilkerson of Lawtey sor a play this Friday night, entitled 1934.FARM EQUIPMENT: Belief 1 III installments in S daYRCOl4DS 81 Itoms with Private Bath 4

tor the use of three beautiful pictures "Ma Sweet." Mrs. L. H. that 1933: will be the best year for The borrower may have up to 6 6 6 ,I.:500-8lolle: r '

which were given for the Futch is playing the role of "Ma", this Industry since 1930. Farmers five to 10 Kttmple lloont with Private

term. I while other teachers will play are buying again because their No down': t la required. fine lmr Oath _________ 94.00 -Single t tSI.I(1HT
Loans made on the usuilbasis t1x1UBIJo
I parts also. We are told that the
existing equipment ia Inefficient. norm TAIU.KTB Tonic and INCREASE FOR
The seventh grade' also has enJoyed I play Itself will be a scream, while of credit rating, but the salve) NOSfcJ ; 1'
or worn-out and they want to replace DRO"S Laxative OCCUPANCYANNOUNCES t ,I
' working on a' health project special songs and music will be on it. Most farm equipment Federal Administration: -,.' 1'W

The class made avery commendable -i the program also. manufacturers have taken heavy considers collateral appropriateunder
the $50,000 extension, though
average. I operating losses In recent years
We will all feel the loss of our now again In the market. not obligatory by regulation. Decision
they are
We are proud of our Junior I classmate and editor-in-chief of AGRICULTURE: It Is forecast In each case rests, however,

High library, which we believe'Is our school paper, Dorothy Rigdon, that total farm income for 193! with the lending Institution and

one of the best for a school of our of the ninth grade. Dorothy is will be more than $1,000,000,000over not with Federal.Housing Admin Jfr

lize. now going to the Starke school, 1934-which exceeded 1932 by istration.
The borrower'mey drive his own
where she has taken a step upward 1000000000. Some crops will be
We are all glad to aee"that the and Joined the tenth grade. We always short-but better prices will make bargain with the lending institution
rate of interest and
to the
pus tins been cut on the campus felt that Dorothy was an unusually up for that. At Chicago, Incoming I period as of repayment but in no a'
intelligent student and !
hog shipments recently touched pxcee'd
case may they,: the
well deserved the advancement.We '
!an all-time low, while prices reach-
Who says we';. a ,country know she will accomplish ed highest level since 1929. stated The above. the borrower drives
? much and be prominent in all
STEEL: Operations are stable, depends on how good his financial NEW DEALER
-- Starke school activities. Althoughwe
with price firm. Machine and machinetool statement and borrowing "charac- a
The entire ninth grade science grieve to lose her, we know it makers are especially -

class went sight-seeing in Gainesville will be for her betterment, and heavy buyers of the basic metal.
last Wednesday. Mr. :Max- that she will be an asset to her I porary settlement of labor troubles
LUMBER:: Production has spurt,
the mus- --and partly due to the fact
well took school. due to the tern :
ed. This is
eum, the University auditorium .._. that lumbermen are producingheavily Torode Chevrolet ,Co.
broadcasting station, and other Our principal, Mr. Maxwell, i now In anticipation of additional

places of Interest. They all learned spent the week-end at his home in The coach assisted his school teamIn Pacific' Coast Labor diffi .

much from the trip and enjoyed Green Cove Springs. pitching their games for them. I ELECTs fall.
themselves Immensely. They He expects to bring these teams M A N U F A C-

plan to take a trip to St. Augustine We 'are to be given a visit Friday back together again for another I TURERS: Seventy-eight makers ?y

later on. morning in assembly by Dr. game soon. I of storage batteries Industrla householdpower IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE ANNOUNCE '

Morgan, who is to deliver us an devices, equipment
The Lawtey Junior High diamond etc., reported 10.5 per cent '
teacher In Mr. .
llaxwell's place'Wednesday; but I ball teams are, anticipating more business Incite second "qunrJter

the name Is being withheld upon We all sympathize with the some very interesting games with I of 1035 than in the first. De '
reque t. Manning children in the loss of the Junior high teams of Starke. i wand ia still gaining In most. partsof .COMPANY. -

their home and all furnishings by the country
One of the smaller ,boys asked fire. I We will be unable to meet the LINE OF FIRESTONE TIRES AND TUBES.

why the wings on the school build I. Brooker diamond ball teams here

ing were shut In without windows) Junior Starling was visiting in Friday, as It was previously scheduled back toSCHOOL
account of a half-holiday;
He was the week-end. on
on the front and back. Jacksonville over I
told that the Idea was to use elec- then. However, this game Is to be
played here at another more con Trade In Sale Five
tricity and save sunlight. SPORTS venlent time.Diamond Special Days

Word has been passed that we -
might get new drinking fountains.Our The boy's diamond ball team ball Is now the order of via streamline busf

played the Lawtey town team the day and probably will be as

campus-has been blessedwith last Friday,, afternoon in a long as the present Interest holds Only See Us Before You Buy

two large trash. cana Let's couple of practice games on our up. However, coach says If there
one them. campus. Although the scores are. any school football teams In ,

were both in favor of the town this section to compete with he

our team made a fine show- will whip a team together when
Some schools in the State are boys
Just DOW beginning., We're two Ing and gave them' a couple of the weather becomes cooler.r .-'a Extra ValuesCUMDIPPED

months ahead of them. That's one good runs for their: money. The -- \
consolation. first game was very close, and the We have a brand new diamondball +i. CORDS 1
In the school. That's fine,
town boys had to coma out from

Wonder If -our campus .la, ever behind to win. The second, how- now all we need is a good diamondball .oaa The Ffcerfone patented, Gum-Dipping' p.a l.eM
was more loosely played. team. Iraiufonm the cotton cerdi Into a rtrona,
going to dry off? ever,
tough,sinewy, ...It. Liquid rubber penetrates
cord and coot fiber, guarding.
every every
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'. ; According, examination to an of eastern the Inner scientist ear- I United The number States, of famine- -'in T the

T. @f LQfllDA ;; according to the I
rjy4 of a fish will reveal its. age. I 1930 census Is 29,980,146

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Full line of Casket. A Undertakers SupuUeK
Miss: Prevatt Finance Committee \ ; ----4 ; JMtrOEFIES DAY AND NIGHT

J'' Wins Scholarship Sponsors Parties 1 ft 53 PHONE 53
.it O. II. BENNETT Mgr."A .
. Miss Marguerite Prevatt a Tuesday August 27, a swim rn$soU" HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

"j) freshman at the Florida State Col- ming party was held at the A. Z. f'-r t

''Jf legs for Woman last year has Adklas cottage at Kingsley Lake, -
been awarded a dining-room scholar sponsored by the finance committee -

.;H hlp for the coming term,1935: of the Woman's Club. ,, 4

:ylk{,\t; scholarships 1933. A holder receives of one a benefit of these In Bad weather however proved I For Expert Repairing

' finance of two hundred dollars detrimental to the success of the '

:t A student awarded one of these party, although the few who were
,z J scholarships must have maintained present spent a pleasant after. Smith's
''a, a certain scholastic average and noon. GaragePhone
!1't participated In only the things Last Friday night a bridge and 1 1I
. which help the college to keep Its bunco party was held at the Wo- r
high standard. Also it depends man's Club. Seven tables of each w4,4. I NM1i,$ C x 120
d upon one's ability and personality. were'enjoyed by those attending.
''1 Miss Prevatt was a member of Zinnias were used as decorationfor I
the 4-H Club for the the Wrecker Service Day or Night
$.' college past the two rooms where players :
J.1!. year and has shown excellent co- 'sat., L't
operation In this work. She was seJected prizes were donated by local .
t, as one of the thirty-five business housed. Prizes for bun- 1 1'IIE
,r young college girls who helped to co were awarded to Dorothy Davie, w :
+!f entertain the large group of 4-H winner of for lad- I
of Miami, high 'ION
',f,' Girls of the various counties in I I'THIS
, les, which was a lovely luncheon II PLAIN OR SELF RISINGFIOUR
t Florida who attended the Twenty- set donated by Alexander Dry I I
p.1 third'Annual Short Course, held in Goods Store, and Richard Thede Ii
f winner of highs score for men, '. J
which was a ticket for dry clean- .,

.Tune.RITZ ng, donated by Bradford Dry FlRS'r Yj : A fine soft wheat Flour that Is fine
Cleaners Prizes for bridge were ..t I IELth
srRANGGnOgOk for general family
I THEATRE awarded .to Mrs. ]C.-- G. Duncan IITASuSHID
CAF winner of high score for ladles, "A lfzt J ( J4 6-lbs. Sk. 12-lbs. Sk. 24-lb. Sk. 48-lb.

* STARKB G who received a ticket for a dress Iil PIANrCEAV I WHERFEC0N0MYRULtS 22c 41c 79c $1.55
dry cleaned given by Bradford r 'S
FRIDAY winner of high score for men, was .' Y
a double deck of cards, donated ?! F2S:#A/.e I
edV l'' ,FRIDAY"NIT, SEPT.WITS"WHEELEK 6TH. There by were Mitchell's also ladles'Drug and Store.gen; IN BY rLOR/dM OOCTOQJOJ.N' I AND NIGH I I'IVKG RICE Pounds 25c

, I( a WOOLSEY tlemen's cut prizes which were GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL

won by Marjorie Stump and D. P. GORe / /
SATURDAY SEPT. 7TII. Carpenter. These prizes included 7 ; SUGAR Sibs. (bulk) 27c
'Cowboy Millionaire'Oge for' ladles a shampoo, and set and
i O'Brien manicure at Leila's Beauty Salon, dIMAh
I0 Also Popeye and Serial and a book of tickets from the 17" scoco-
ii Ritz Theatre.At I The ORIGINAL MACHINE for manu- able invention. It is interesting to know
SUN-MON., SEPT.8 A 9 the, end of th%.evening refreshments facturing ice was successfully operated in that the first commercial ice factory in SHORTENING 2lbs. (bulk) 25c
' '
"SMART GIRL"Kent of limeade and crack Florida as urly as 1850. It was aqueer! .Florida began operation at Jacksonville

{ Taylor ers were served by the membersof looking apparatus compared with the perfected ,December 1878.. -
NEWSa& COMEDY the finance' committee'; which devices of today nevertheless it'' Incredible though it seems AIR WINNER ROCK GROUND
? was composed of Mrs.' D. P. Carpenter proved to be the forerunner of a vast Industry 'PLANTS scorn-the soil as a source of sus- GRITS Pounds 15c

TDES.-WED., SEPT, 10 A 11 chairman Mrs C. A. embracing; the entire world and 'tenance and live airily on food taken from
"SILK HAT KID"Lew Knight. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright one of the greatest boons to.civilization.} the air itself. They decorate Florida trees
Jr., and Miss Hazel Adklns. Its inventor Dr. Gorrie died without be-* .rwith, wide variety of peculiar forms of CORNED MARY ANN

Ma a ClarkeTHURS.FRI. The refreshments were given by Inn able tc interest capital in his remark-', 'unusual interest and beautv. BEEF Old Fashion
he following grocery stores: S. R.

!! !SEPT. 13 A: IS Johns, A. & P., Suwannee, Tip Top,I j Birthday Celebration LJbby's-An Ideal summer MEAL
"THE HEALER"Ralph Green's, Darby's and White's, paper SEA-GOING RATTLER Miss SnyderTo food liked by everyone
from CLEARWATER Two Safety' Sunday August 25, was a pleas-
napkins and cups were Write Society -It's so easy to
;( Bellamy-Karen Morley 'rlest's Five and Ten Cent Store. Harbor men Rev. W. F. Banks and I ant day at the home of Mr. and prepare
of the finance committee Henry Woodin: reported killing a I Miss Louise Snyder member of Mrs. J. E. Norman when a party 5 Lbs 13c
the class of 1933 at
j NESDAY. Those attending : wish to thank all contributorsfor sea-going rattlesnake they discovered graduating thf was given to observe Mr. Nor- 2 No. 1 Cans 29c
Bradford this
show Tuesday are eligible for their spledld cooperation In swimming In Old Tampa Bay County High School man's birthday. 'J
week took the and the
prise by leaving their name helping make the parties. a success. It was the third rattler killed while local item department over society of the Tele-' Among those present were :Mrs FANCY COOKING OR EATING I
with eashler Tuesday. A total of $20 was made on the swimming bay In the past two graph. J. L. Jackson of Jacksonville; Mr. APPLES U. S. No. Rambo Lb. 5c
two parties. years., and Mrs. Joe Norman of Starke;
I This will appreciateany
newspaper' I Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Norman and THOMPSON SEEDLESS
00- :i ::; : ll cooperation shown Miss Snyder ,
children of Gainesville Mr. and -'
; GRAPES""' "- 2Lb.1"" >. '15c'
-in her word Ifr gathering the :* ,j a r
Mrs. T. D. Proctor and children
'J t' r'"I interesting bitsof local information and Miss U. !S. NO. 1 JERSEY COBBLBR
Rosa Mae Norman of
Naturally it is Impossiblefor Lake Butler. A delicious dinner IRISH POTATOES '10 Lbs. 16c

y Like Bradford County reetly'every any one person other to person contact in dl-,",a present.was served and enjoyed by all GREEN TRIMMED VIRGINIA

community each week in search of CABBAGE 4 Pounds lOc
news. For this will .
M? (Even If It Did Rain All Day Last Saturday) be very glad for any person having MRS. MAMIE WARD FIRM FANCY HEADLETTUCE 15c
2 For
''l news of this kind to mail it to Miss Funeral services for Mrs. Mamie
t Snyder or to telephone her at 29 Ward, who died in Orlando Sunday YELLOW ,*

i _. night, were held Tuesday after ONIONS 3 Pounds lOc
(' The' Smartest Ankles EPISCOPAL CHURCH noon at the grave in Dedan Ceme-
Services! will be held at St. tery near Brooker her former FRESH FIRMTOMATOES
'in Town are Wearing IN SPITE OF THE UNFAVORABLE WEATHER I Marks Episcopal Church at 11:00a. home. 2 Pounds 15c

When the of Florida cans
SIL'K STOCKINGS SUPERIOR LINE OF MERCHANDISE TO: norir A. Burl-In, and H. C. ed for a recircuitlog of the state
WITH THE Cook, Trustee., whose place of for RAJAH-SUPREME QUALITY
Judicial ,
CARRIED BY' ALEXANDER 8c COMPANY., AND I l :;.f .;;Pr"I'1.:0: economy, and the legislature finally -
'1 ,..\> KNOW'THAT JUST AS SOON AS THE WEATHER, You are hereby'nbtified. that B. S. got around to'attend to the SALAD) DRESSING Pt. 17c; Qt. 31c
1 ,"..II";' + ,'\ ,CLEARS UP A LITTLE I AM GOING TO HAVE THE Clark Avant of him the filed Circuit In the Court office for of the the details of the job, no doubt the .
:p'i.'r, 'J PLEASURE OF A VISIT FROM THOSE OF YOU WHO Klirnth Judicial Circuit I In and forBradford I people felt that at last somethinghad SULTANA BRANDPINEAPPLE
County bin BUIof
!> ( f\;' HAVE NOT1 YET!: HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO COME Complaint agalniit you and other I been done to cut state expenses -
6 :..,J f \, ("; IN. DON'T DELAY. WE ARE RECEIVING NEW ,,, seeking Tax Sal the Certificate foreclosure, of and cartain It- Lge No. 2/ ca n 15c

< ;. ''GOODS ALL THE TIME AND YOU WILL NOT BE appearing the Court that your However according to figure
.. M DISAPPOINTED IF YOU COME TO OUR STORE place unknown of residence 'IB stated to be submitted by the Florida Tax Re- DEL MONTE-TENDER-DE LUXE
THE BEST. ordered that you dors' A. vision League the people got an-
'J< : tv LOOKING FOR : PEAS No. 2 Can 15c
., and .H. C. Cook, Trustee, other dose of reduction that does
do .
.. ., ALEXANDER each appear In "aid Cause at the
L. B.
.' not
:,,1 office of the Clerk of the Circuit reduce.
c ... ... Court, In the Court House In Starke, BLUE PETER-TINY NORWEGIAN
...' Bradford County, Florida on Mon The amendment which w 1&s
day October. Tth 1835, and thereafter adopted in 1934 by a vote of about SARDINES Cans 25c
j4'.1f1; 1 file your Answer. or other pleadings
.' as may be required. by law 4 to 1. called for a reduction of the
SPECIAL SHOWING otherwise a Decree Pro Confesao circuits from 28 to 15. It was believed '.. c
will be entered airalnst you.
It Is further ordered that this Order that this number could take DAISY BRAND
1A'f ; be published once each week care of the business. and a reduc- MATINEE Light, Strong
.. I
t1 for Bradford four County consecutive Telegraph weeks, a In newspaper the tion in expense commensurate with
published In Bradford County the reduction in circuits was anti-
>' !I WJf"V' EVENING ... Florida.WltnesH I ",. the Honorable Circuit 'cipated. But the people did not TEA BROOMIIbpkg.
; Juds-es of paid Circuit Court as wells get any such reduction In expense.
: .. % A. J. Thomas Clerk. and thereal
While the number of circuitswas
AND SPORT : ,*,, / t of said Court on this 4. day of 25c
September,.J"TP"olmt: reduced as provided for in the Each 25c
A. amendment the cut
59c..e X2:00Have 1"1 Clerk Circuit Court. legislature off ., .J
DRESSES 'J? 9-tl-lit-l0.4 but two of the 37 judges, and add-

ed three state attorneys, so that White House MILK 3 Tall cans 17c
you discovered these WHIN" WOO MUMIMTJ"" ,, AND.. {(( RISE the total expense of maintainingthe
beautiful ttocVmgt? They're TAKE JUST INOUOH TO ALKALIZE circuit courts of the state was COLD STREAM PINK-ALASKA
clearer, due to the patented FRI'DAY AND SATURDAY Increased very materially. While SALMON Tall Can lOc
the salaries of the judges were not
",ingl.,," process of Inittmg. changed and two were eliminated DRIED NAVY BEANS Lb. 5c

Their gorgeous Ihed., just the salaries of the state's attorneyswere RAJAH-DELICIOUS SANDWICH
unit Into the tone of your DETAILS THAT WILL THRILL boosted and more assistants SPREAD %-pint Jar lOc
YOU. FALL FROCKS FASHIONED added until this item of expensegrew
cottumei. '''Tbty ivtar, in a IN STRIKING CONTRAST from $94,000 to 9123,000 t A.&P.

way that you'd never expect FABRICS AND FEATURING EXCITING year. Extra expense allowances of WASHING POWDER, 5 Pkgs. lOc

from their fragile look end COLLAR AND BODICE Judges it la said, provides a total LUX FLAKES 3 Pkgs. 28c
Increase of about $158,000 per
modest For the sale wewstlon
price. *
year during next two years.
'of smartness end economy. If this Is economy the less ws Quart Jar 27c
you must come in and getpair You'll Agree They're Beauties Gas Is fine In your stove or furnace have of It the better, and it seemsto
but it's both-painful and be the legislature's Idea of econ -
e 5c
U embarasslng In your stomach. omy.-Arcadla, Arcadian. IONA SPAGHETTI can

Why don't you us* Atka-Seltzer Dairy farmers.sell milk-in sheetsIn GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 No. 2 cans. 25c
for the relief of'ACID INDIGESTION Denmark. The dehydrated sheet TUB OR'PRINTBUTTER

ALEXANDER AND COMPANYIN Colds, Headache, Is dissolved in hot water to restoreit 29c2Sc
Per Pound
Neuralgia, F.U,..*. Muscular Rheu to Bquid form.
Sciatic ,
matte Paina1. .
Alka-Seltter makes pleasant drink i The heaviest traffic '
and an unusually effective medicine. 'the world Is claimed for the dou-
NJauUNcxHlabltfo ble-decked,Michigan Avenue span PEAS 3 No. 2 Cans 25c

ASK ABOUT OUR PREMIUM 'LAN'a sop Ask.ysv eat depress.......thf. ,heart. In-'Chicagojuaedtlany age'of more"titan 34.00O by vehicle an aver LUXXOIL5T.>SOAP ,3 Bars c

The Brooklyn bridge carries about
:27,000 and the ,London bridge 18- THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY

""If'!' c ;:J. ,000 daily an,IIY age., _
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[J Mr. and Mrs C. M. u.-
Imbach had Mrs. Jack Briggs and daughter probably be badly stirred up twen- father. There was an explosion
as bach their, of guests Green Sunday Cove ,,:C. A*Im NAT SEZ::: Betty, and son Johnnie, of Jacksonville ty tp thirty ;years from now when like that of an erupting volcano
also become sensible and
: Mrs. Virginia Peace men more .
The father could scarcely expreuhimself.
Bits of If Johnson, of' Jacksonville, returned dress aa briefly and comfortablyas
you slept
Wednesday He snorted: That fellow
Miss Mary Brownlte and Mr. night this week to their home after the women do now.
and Mrs J. E. Flitch, of DeLand, ones. It you takes are: one stout of the lucky spending the. summer ,,a( Kingsley" Our point Is Illustrated! by the Is the biggest fool I ever heard of.
spent Saturday In Jacksonville and fall heart to laY'down Lake. following from the Melbourne You better not let him come poking ..

I loCal Nevis'CO asleep under *,, Times; around here or I'll make mincemeat

Little Miss Katherine Norman, roof that may Mr and Mrs A. F. Sauls had as "Recently a girl we know foundan of him. We don't want such

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND lof Jacksonville, is visiting her blow off. Would- their'guests Monday Mrs. Myrtles old love-letter which her father a simp In our family. Any ding-

'grandmother, Mrs Annie Richard. 'n't it be awfulto Hawthorne, Mrs. James, Butler,! had written to her mother when busted, fat-headed idiot WhO wouia
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN lose your e Mrs. Joe Rigdon, Mrs A H. Miller,1 the
were courting reports
roof and not k Miss Iva Hawthorne and little i write such a mess of sickly, silly
Mrs. J. L. Peek has returned Pathfinder. The daughter copiedthe deserves to
know anything Miss Myrtlco'' Hawthorne all of hog-wash to any girl
home from a several week's visit about ItT Lake City. letter, signed a mn.cutine' be ducked In a mud-hole-and I'd
with friends in West Palm Beach. Still, I know name to It, and mailed It to her-i like to do Itl"-Delray Beach
ITLandrum Bey Dr. A. A. Brown of Jacksonville, I -
is spending some fellows self. Then she showed it to her! News. i.
was a business visitor here Tues Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee hadas i that Miss Nellie Pahl. of Tampa, has
days In L--- day. their guests last week-end Mr.and wake y' recently moved to Starke. Miss

Helennt. last Mrs. J. E. Futch, of DeLand. whole I up if house the< ral PabI Relief has a Administration position with here the,Ru-she And the Worst is Yet to ComeLJrP1I'-

day In Jacksonville Street Dendy of Gainesville, was blew away. Aften,reading- about ,
ur Mrs Robert Tanner, of Baldwin was transferred from Lake Butler
-' friends here the the storm in
visiting over the soul hern part of
of Lake Butler wawaa was here the first of the week visIting the where she has been working since
Rosier week-end. State and the damage that
:(u. Tuellday.Iferriil her mother, Mrs. Laura Pow- last November.Mr. .
1 e I vl ltor here was done, I think that It would be
business Irma Stockwell will leave this In order for us who live In this and Mrs. J. E. Black and
Futch a week for Southern College at section to offer till a. little thanks .
; Joanne, of Ga,
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel and daughter Atlanta,
Jacksonville what da
tar to Lakeland. son, Russell, of Sarasota were vis- you thlnktFor and Miss Ida Wllklte, of McCur-

Jr., was a business iting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards SchoolPETER'S taln, Okla., were guests Monday'
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome
S,g" Johns Thursday. Monday.Mr. and Tuesday of Mr and Mrs. O.
tor to Jacksonville spent last Thursday visiting in SHOES W. White. Mr. Black and Mrs.

-Wimberly wall a business Jacksonville.Miss W. E. Knight and Mr. C. R. Are Beftt-And Only Black are cousins.
W.M. Thursday McKensle, of Bunnell were guests I II
Jacksonville $1.19sizes
Eva Powell, of Cocoa, has
ltor to of Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, Miss' Audrey Carlisle Is in Quln-i I
been spending her vacation with Thursday. 8}', to ny. cy Visiting her uncle and aunt,
relatives here. and f Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Lord. Miss

pTlRJjCOLUMN .. : "Mrs. Annie McGee and daugh .$1.29 Carlisle expects to remain there 2J
C. M. Imbach and Titus Olsen ters, Misses Clara, Lettie and Marie and In IIlzf'lll! 13: to ,9 while she takes a post-graduate
business visitors to Evanston I
were are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. course at Gadsden High School.TIIEY'RE I
last week. .
O. A. Andreu.
SALE Wakefleld cabbage Mrs. T. C. Chastain and son, r
R If you think younger people are
1.000. A. J. Mrs. A. F. Phillips, of Sanford
$1 00 per Carlton, were visiting relatives in
plaota worse today than they were when t0
Is spending several days here with For MenWon't I
/mi.R Daytona last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Stick nor Leak you were young,this is a sign that L +
SAW-=M: ronary Strawberry Mrs. J. W. White. you have forgotten that human nature -
Will make price Mrs. Q. W. Alderman has returned $4.95 remains about the same from
from a visit, In Tallahassee, to It alsoIs
hL M. Rhoden, Route 2, Box Miss Rosa Mae Norman of Lake generation generation.
with Mr Alderman. a sign that you are getting old.
Heilbronn Springs.S21p Butler spent the week-end in
near LAST CALL One generation Is always shock, !a. Je to e o '
Starke with her parents, Mr. and .
__ E. J. Roberts, of Lawtey, is visiting Men'sSPORT ed at the one which follows it. To 1
Mrs. J. E. Norman.
isSMAKINa and Alterations. his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Andrews SHOESOur have put on public display, 30

Reasonable rates. Mrs. J.' H. Jr., for a few days. Mrs. L. W Strickland, of Wild- 93 Grade years ago, the arrangement of ,
St. 'It bare fat stomachs and odd-
316 N. Church legs \
ill wood, spent the week-end here $1.98
Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price have looking torsoeii seen at any Florida
with Mr.! and Mrs. W. H. Hart and
'S'l'QM DISKING 51.25 per acre. returned from a two weeks visitIn bathing beach today, would
DIVing $4. Efficient tractor'rk. Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. L. E. Moseley.Mrs. have; shocked' our grandmothersand c :
.E. F. Hartsook, Hawthorne, Fall grandfathers greatly. We are
J. L. Niblack of Lake City,
Leslie Biggs expects to leave and daughter, Miss Alta Niblack, LADIES' HATSAre not shocked today but we shall
for DeLand, where he is to "
GSLEY LAKE Cottage for' soon of Tallahassee,'were visiting Mrs. Here" s
t,month of September. E. S. 1 attend Stetson University. A. A. Brown, Sunday. $1.49 to '$2.95

I'.tliews. Mrs. T. F. Landrum and small Dr. R. N. Joyner has recently Fancy
TICE-My shop will be open daughter Idell, are visiting rela- come to Starke from Gulf Hammock IT PAYS TO BUY AT- FRKSIIPRUNES TIP TOP GROCERY SYRUP rv

very Saturday. J. F. Colley. tives in Inverness this week. Dr. Joyner will"be associated -

with Dr. Middleton here. STERNBERG'SStarke 'C. II. NASWOUTHY Owner and Operator
Robert Chapman will leave soon Gallon

I:'IT couple ELDERLY to live white on farm or color-andk. for Gainesville, where of Florida.Dr. he is to. attend Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons, FloridaMisses 3 UII.FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAl.
at Starke the University Corbin and Gene, of Ormond, are
k. E. Trump
I dry, Trade good closed car and Mrs. J. E. Mamas, of Mr.guests and of Mrs.Mrs.Fred Carnell'a A. Scott.parents, Lola Long, Luis Adkins, PRICES, SEPTEMBER 6th. and 7th. | 45c
mule, wagon or farm tools. F. Lake Butler, were recent guestsof Dorothy Swanbom, Marguerite 13c
Trump, Starke Laundry. Itp Prevatt, Evelyn and Marjorie
| : Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and
Stump and Annie Mae Pearce will y'
:N' WANTED for Rawlelgh family have moved back to their
lei In Parker, Duval, Nas- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harrington home after spending a month :at return to Tallahassee soon POTATOES 10 Lbs. 14cy'

i Counties and Starke. Write of Mayport, spent Tuesday their Kingsley Lake cottage. =L
y.' Eawlelgh Co., Dept F AH- here visiting Mrs. Harrington'sparents George Manassa baa returned to
Ss, Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Willi Rev and Mrs M. C. Stith and school at Oglethorpe University, in .
"Ip ams. sons, of Jacksonville, were here Atlanta. He was accompanied by WESTERN
h& home of i Henry and Philip MaUisiM.. PhUIn Each Ttfe
- - Monday: visiting.'..at ROUND STEAK Ib. 25cFLORIDA
I Mr and Mrs.. H. L.. ttrowuiee.. will attend school Atlanta this

year. SEEDLESS GRAPES, Lb 7/2c
and Mrs. O. C. Register had
FiXiiVariety -.a their guests over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and RUMP ROAST, Ib. .__ ._ 15c
BANANAS 4 lbs. 15c
Misses Elmly Sampson and Lois daughter, Miss Lois, and son, WESTERNCHUCK ,
Chalsaon, of Thomaavllle, Ga. Maurice of Lake City, also Alex-

I ander Brown of Cocoa, were visitIng ROAST lb. 17c ONIONS, 3 Lbs. 10c
has re-i -
Miss Beatrice Moseley relatives In Starke over the ,
turned home from a several week-end. -
Grocery month's visit with her aunt, !..trot.L. STEW CABBAGE

W. Strickland, in Wildwood.Mr. Misses Mary Lucille Torode, and BEEF, lb. .- -- -._. lOc Ib.2i7c

ON 10TII STREET-NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT Beatrice Miner, of Lawtey, and FLOltIDA.
and Mrs. A. A. Simmons and LIMES Doz
Marwlck, of 4
Dorothy Keystone ------?---
SPECIALS LAST THROUGH little daughter, Mary Catherine, of Heights, will leave this week for LOIN STEAK Ib. 19c
Galneavllle, were guests of Col. Tallahassee, where they are to at- ,
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 5TH. and Mrs. H. V .Knight. Sunday. tend college. t CARROTS Bunch 7%cOLD
FAT FRYERS, Ib. __ 20c

TOMATOES No. 2 3 for ____1ge Miss Hazel Adkins had aa her Hon. W. B. Bishop, Speaker of
can, Lake
her Kingsley
guests, at the 1933 House of Representatives FASHIONED WATER GROUND fHAKMEK
home, last week Misses Dorothy and Senator S. D. Clark both of 1
SUGAR, 5 _.....<*-25c Davis and Mable Ellis, of Miami. Monticello, were In Starke this ar
week visiting Representative Char- MEAL 23c Coffee 11c I

GRITS, 5 Lb-.15c and Mr.son and, James Mrs. James of Jacksonville Godbold, ley E. Johns. I Can ,

75c spent Thursday with Mrs. S. S. Miss Ruth Sternberg had as her JIM DANDY 10 LBH.
FLOUR, 24 Lbs ____________ ...- Dowling and Mrs. W. S. Stroman. guests over the week-end, Dr. and

Mrs. Roy Turner, Dr. S. Stern- PEARL GRITS 29c MAXWELL HOUSE 1& 25cMilkGOLD
IRISH POTATOES, 10 Lbs.. ______13c Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, of berg, and Miss Marjorie McCann, ,
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. H. of Daytona Beach, at her Kingaley

PRINCE ALBERT, Can_---------'lOc M.the Richard Peek cottage are enjoying at Kingsley a week Lake.at Lake cottage. MALL
Mrs. Mae Jones has returned to 5 CANS 4 f for 1 OcORANGE

SALMON, Fancy Pink, can ______..;lOc lllaa Jeanette Darby and Dwight several her home, in Jacksonville, after a CAN C Aft
Darby, of Lake City, spent visit here with her sister, Mrs. W. .
VEGETABLE & TOMATO SOUP__So" days last week with their uncle and E. Middleton. She was accompanied
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bare- home by Mrs. Middleton, who PEKOE FANCY PACK-No. 2 SIZE CANTomatoes
foot. will spend several days there.
SANTOS COFFEE 100%, Lb. ___......16e u
Dr. and Mrs. Herman Harris The,Woman's Christian Temperance 6cGUARANTEED 9.:
ONIONS lOc Miss Hannah Harris, and Miss Union will meet on Friday 4
3 Lb. _..____---'------ Jacksonville spent
of ,
Ann Davis the afternoon 3:30: o'clock, with Mrs. 2-Pound ____ 25c t,
Sunday with the Sternbergs at F. A. Scott and :Mrs Stanley C.

TOILET TISSUE, 3 for ___----- -_.1OC\. lake* Carnell at the home of Mrs. Scott. glLVER KINO yy
Members and friends welcomed.See 6 LBS. 12-LBS. 24-LBS ';

PORK & BEANS- 16-oz. can--, ._.___5c Mrs. J. F. Colley and nieces
Misses Katie and Virginia
have returned from a two week's FLOUR 22c39c75c *
11-oz. can vliit In HenderscnvlIIe; Ncrth Car s |

MATCHES, 2 Pkg __......_____.-.- _*5cMACKEREL Wilson Hayes, Ronald-Pitts, J.
B. Silcox, Hancel Dampier and r KELLOGG'S .
Van CamP, NO. 1. .- 8c Louis Davis returned this week SALT PRINCE II'
from the C.M-T.C. at Fort Screven Ma for Correctly Fitted CORN FLAKES ALBERT

BOOMS, 4-String __r____ ___17c Ga.- Glasses 4 Ib. bag .. lOc 2 Pkg 15c Can 9/2C' I

SARDINES, 4 cans __,*._-.:.....--- <___15cMyggLa and Dr.Gloria and Mrs.Johns Carl, of Jacksonville C. Mendcza, S. G. LEWIS Fancy Pink *

were guests Sunday of Mrs. Men- ft.STAKKE, FLA. SALMON Tall Can lOc .

10 Lbs _____-__________25c doza's parents, Mr. and Mrs T. 118 W. Walnut St. -- --- II
J. Griffin.

C RN> No.2 Can ___________--IOCYl Mrs Jeanette Klncaid, of Tampa I BEST CREAMERY

arrived here Sunday and will R.EALESTATE L LARD

WOCO% Big Boy Dairy. 24 Pet Protein $1.90. spend in-law the and winter sister with Mr. her and brother-Mrs. O. 12k BUTTER 29c;

EGG MASH ________._ $2.30 L. Beasley.
_TR IPPLE XXX SCRATCH,_:..___$2.30w9I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle left .BUY, SELL OR RENT HEAVY

*. They Wednesday will visit on M.a...vacation R F. Pratber trip., ,SEE USr: : 3 a

Give You the Same Courteous formerly Miss Etta Faye GUI In MATCHES xs.9cIIJi $

there they.wlU, .. WILSONTX .
? From
?rvice We Give At HALL'S BAR-B-r go Louisiana to Lubbock, Texas where'Mr. A- 3Oc'
.QUE. Give U. Cl1a ce. Doyle' will take course' in dry .a, flkw
a cleaning. ;Mr.and Mrs. Doyle expect -

to be CODe for abowt a month. -,


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I below tbe 100 per cent of the "par- bosun H. .Alvares. Lucia S. Alderman

ity period" 1910 to 1914 the buying Alvarea.. A.J. M.Z. Alderman Alderman n.Dora W. Andreu A T 0 1Adklne

Conducted by Demonstration Agents power of the farmer has climbed of Florida In Short Paragraphs Alvarea. A. L. Adkins. Mr.. Lois AodereonVlncenl11rx;

from 65 to 00 per cent this year I R \Ida

e Vice Director A. P. Spencer ot: !'Bronke 'Albert B.a"I..O, 1..
the State Agricultural Extension W. W. ,
1f flan. 15. L. Burn.ybGertrude! Jurney.I prAurutt
.. -- -- --- -- Ron ham
: Service says. Bishop H. A. Bronk.. Bertha \V A.Bllhop. .
: The decided upward trend In the Nina R. Barefoot P. K.; W A.
farmer's buying power is due to '
Hints To Housewives PROSPECTS for construction 0
( Raymond '
the better he bas receivedfor ( Eunice
PRODUCERS prices Crews A. it! 'anov.. C. Crews
FOR EGG Each Missouri of two buildings an Maul
his products during the pastyear lbach.: 27..paroled Crotchtlel Chu Colley, Lydia' Card "
state convict was sentenced to life apartment house costing $2 .000 Coilcy J. N1. Clark, R. F. Lone Jennie
from Home Demonstration Mr. Spencer avers.Durini' Carlton U. C
Weekly Carpenter D. P. Fred
for I
Bright prospects are seen Carlton
and an ice manufacturing plant r
imprisonment when he pleaded I Chace Lalla R. Carpenter Myrtlce tor.
the "parity period,
Specialists, TallahasseePERSIMMONS the egg business in Florida. guilty to armed robbery of $34 costing $50,000 were announced ,
1 From the Industry itself bas there was a balance between pricesfor this week. The ice will be n
from the main office of the Western plant Derby. A M. Demore.t. R. F. '
farm and for
products prices
come an announcement that an educational Union Telegraph Company erected at the corner of Jones St. Davis. I.. A. Jr Darby Annie Demorext Vern s .J.

14' Everyone admires the red-gold campaign will .be con- articles bought by the farmer but here. and Garden Ave. It will be knownas Davie E. M. Dau.b.rty i W. E. Doyle Daul'herly J > Id a..?
since 1915 the farmer bas paid Davie. Lee Perryman; Dunham E.
\\4 Japanese persimmons. However I ducted in the state to improve the proportionately the Dixie Ice Co. and will be Darby Ida L. Davis. Ines Durden Dover lIir..: Mory
from 5 to 100 percent A. ,
';; not everyone Is aware of more quality of eggs sold on Florida I JUDGE GIVES PAYSEBRINGAddltionaJ a subsidiary of the Independent Ice A
more for his purchases. M!
than one or two good ways of markets. salary oil.bSO an dCold Storage Co. of Tampa. Epperson W: t. Edwards Wm Edward
r serving this beautiful fruit which From Tallahassee have come details In a resume of the economic sit- $ he might have claimed under Bppereon Leona Joo.Phl n.

be much of the new law prime uation in Florida agriculture Mr : the 1927 law '
should grown more extensively egg salary was returned There are about three planes to F
than It Is in the home purpose of which Is to maintain Spencer also brought out the following -' by County Judge Chester every airport in the United Statesat Frazee Fernandes.. Annie Eva A. Flannigan 8. W. Frink Aubrey

orchards of Florida. high standards for eggs. Back of pouts: M. Wiggins with the request that present.

? Early varieties like the Tana- this law which was passed by thelegislature I Normally hog prices go down in It be used for employment of an G
Griffin T. I. Green Fannie '
naahe and Fuyugakl begin ripening in Its last session' was May but a small supply and Increased additional helper in his office as a TRAIN SCHEDULE;; Hnen. W. H. Ureen Lloyd J.. lirlrfle Urahnm. 1\1.?

in August while the little sugar the Florida Poultry Producers Assoclatlon. demand made them rise full-time Juvenile court worker. Effective June 16th trains 11 Urltftn Mam'e' E. Green Floyd urltne. Wilbur 1\1" L
$1 last May over the preceding Breen Mary E. Griffin. A. F. C
sweet Triumph for instance and 12 will be discontinued and A. .
1 month. Florida farmers who have -- Green H. Goodman J. p.H ,
may be seen hanging on the tree I The campaign which Is to be fat good quality porkers to sell DELAYED CURE trains 15 and 16 will run as follows -

bereft of all foliage; as late as De conducted by the Florida Poultry ST. 'PETERSBURG bullet : Hooter. C. F. Hayes. Ruby A.", Hartman
have received
good prices during Alberl
cember. I Council and various state agencies. Southbound }}amrlcE.M Hurd.Jack. Hol1lend"r',
which caused jameness for thlrtv- gHollingliworth
i the; past eight months. Prospectsare / 8. F. How.. J R.
The astringent varieties ahouldnevel' will stress proper handling of eggs: good for a further increase in six years wai,removed this week I No 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. ; Lln.eHutto.. '1.. B. HernlncwRY.

; be until they are colored by producers packers,' and dealers from the foot for No. 15-Due Starke 4:08 P. :M.
| i: picked I prices before the opening of the ,of Roy Garner I
that the will be of No. 107-Due'Starke 9:42 A. :M. I
a deep gold. Keep until soft so supply next marketing season. Feed mer PInellas County deputy sher- John., M. L. John, CarlJotmeon. .Johne. J. j,
,' and transparent. When fully ripe high quality. Consumers will also better this 1ft. Surgeons believe that Garner No. 191-Due Starke 10:57: P. :M. John*. A. H. W. N. John.on, Ahbl \f
crops apparently are John, 'F. B. John., Mm. S. R. '
and ready to eat most varieties of be Informed on ways of termln- than last and this will lead who was accidentally shot in 1899, NorthboundNo. John. 8. R. John, Calvin Johnson l> u

;' persimmons are of the consistency fug the quality of eggs they buy. year to a tendency among farmers to now will be .able to walk without 2-Due Starke 5:22 A. M. John, Ella F. Johns. Thelma R.

v of jelly. ,By selecting fruit which The state egg law requires that build breeding stock.: limping. No. 16-Due Starke 12:43 P. :M. K

t is fully ripe and being careful in all eggs offered for sale be plainly Cotton up held close to 12 cents <>-"--- No. 108-Due Starke 5:11: P. M. Kite. David Kendrick T. N. Knight Mn "lara II
Klckllter, J. F. Kendrick MarthaKlckllter. '
marked that the Starke and Wannee Klnlaw )1, I'
so consumer Branch
its combination with other ingredients during tbe past year and, providIng MORE MONEYTALLAHASSEE Knight ,C. A.Lasergrreen. Mr., M. L. Kldd, 11. a
; will know what kind of No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00
results that are as delightful just eggs P. :M.
normal weather conditions
to the sense of taste as to he is buying. It also provides for prevail Figures released -' No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:90: P.M. L
H E. tong, Merwln
until the crop is picked there recently by Comptroller J.M. Lagergreen Ttlla. '
the sense of sight may be obtained. the destruction of eggs that are T. J. GRIFFIN. Levlton M Levi, 8.. O. Levlton Ter..oa 'xo
are indications that it will bring'air Lee show that Florida State
Lonar, ah E.
unfit for human consumption.These l'H: tIi.i"il Lennon EMatthnwH .
returns to Florida farmers banks had thirty-four per cent ORDER OF. '{,. 'AND Lord 3
One simple and refreshing saladis two developments are this year. more money on deposit June 29 NO'rlCII TO APPIiJAR Lord; Eva B. Lowry Geo. H..
of in the NOTICE In
signs healthy progress hereby given to LIN-
made by combining persimmons Some forecasters have predicted 935., than in June. 1933. Total NIB MCCULLEY and husband M
and grapefruit Select soft and state poultry Industry. Producers that Florida's tobacco crop will deposits, Lee said were $33,551,000 GKOIWIB MC'CULLEY, and each of Morican, J. W. Morgan, Vida V.Mlddleton E, T.
have come to the realization that you of 200: Irving Avenue, Brook- Matth..we..E. S. Nella Manning, Della
Y+ transparent persimmons peel (begin produce an above-average yield at the close of last month eight lyn New York that you and each Mitchell .I. M. Matthew*, Ida Manama. Olin t
at the small end and work toward providing> high quality productsthat his season but its quality may be per cent greater than on last December of you have been made partle De Manning. J, C. Mlddleton MadgeManning Matiat. A, F '
..W C.
the wants and Mld'UetonJ.\
consumer fendant In that certain McCoy, Starling
the stem in order that tbe needs Is the key to success In below that of-1934 because of recent -, 31. titled The Federal Land c't.k of I Mond,,". W.. M.Newaon Manning MargaretNewBom
fruit may bold Its shape), cut Into eggsas continued rains. Good pricesare Columbia Plaintiff verau Millie J.I
4 ,sections the size of the It is in other commOdities. Fugg' Widow, et al, Defendant, N
expected. Edna Norman
Citizens of Florida and visitors pending I In the Circuit Court of W H
sections. Using a I'rapefrul"I Good beef cattle Bradford'County Florida
are In
quality Mayo Chancery
i knife cut away all skin to the state consume about 30,000 bringing higher prices than at ary I has announced he will seek reelection closure, Haiti of cult being. for the fore. 'Ponder vi.I'D, .' Perkins, Llnnle P Prlent. II, R.
000 dozen of which a Mortgage covering
brane from the grapefruit and eggs annually Pace, Cham, F. Powell Chan. J. Powell Jnnn
time since 1930 but low grade as commissioner of agriculture following de..crlb"d land, situate
about forty per cent or 400,000 Peek.J I* Prat her. W. C. Pullout Dean
free the "hearts. Arrange a bed tock continues to move slowly. next year. His announce lying Florida; and, being In Bradford County ,1'eek..Clara X. Prl..*t, B. Cu
cases are Imported from other :
of shredded lettuce on each plate Dairymen are receiving higher I ment stilled frequent rumors in the '
states at a cost of about 3000000. Th NE(4( of SW%. NM of BE%. '
and on it alternate the persimmon Establishment of high prices for their products than they past several months that he would 8 acre. In NE of-SW of BE ly- Qulcley, :3.. I.: Quigley: Minnie W,
and grapefruit sections, or have received since 1930,but they : campaign for Governor. "I am a ing 2ut quarter of ,Gully and 8E running of thrusaid ,
standards for in Florida % SE'
eggs '
"hearts around a central point to also candidate for re-nomination except two Gully Herbert Evelyn
are paying correspondinglyhigher as acre. Weet of Bitch C.' Rite) Bitch, Carrie
however will the sales of
make the salad resemble a flower increase prices for feed. Considering : com m 1 Issloner of agriculture" In Southwest corner all in Sec. Register,. Freeman. Keclnter A lie* ,
Florida and will decrease 7 1
eggs the Township South, Range 21Alo
using a puff of mayonnaise In the ales, feed costs,' and labor however Mayo said in a formal statement. Eaet. H .
amount with
center to complete the Autumn imported. Thus a the dairyman who has a !"This announcement Is made at 'Went half of 8WW of sec. Stump, JI'. F. Saul Pearl Stern There
stronger demand for Florida eggs, 20 Sternbersr, N. Rllcox D. U Rllcox Darner
Township 7 .
South Hang 21
motif. Serve also with French
the Florida industry will ready retail market for his products the request of friends who felt I E. NEVA of NEW\ except 16 Hl.trunk,, a. M. Sap p., J. B. Sweat MIHH LrkaC.
dressing. This salad Is especially grow elje Scott F. A. Slntrunk, Joe Hllcox H *
is In better condition than he should make my decision known. acre-off Went of Sea SO : lrySternberg
served with dinner.' and Florida producers will get % Township 7 South Raney 91 tapp. Wm. Sllcox, CatenaHparkman Smith: Lulu'
good a hearty has been since 1930. --- '
considerable! part of the amount of East containing 970 acr** 'In ail: Oumle Ii. M. Smith. W P.
S I Golden Glow SaladI Smaller storage supplies small FULL HOUSE SEEN Therefore you and each of you Stump, Eva parkman, Nelll ,
money sent to other states heretofore named In this Notice hereby Sllcux. J. I* Sapp Mr*. Leona
> Dissolve the contents of a package farm flocks and the _relatively TALLAHASSEE With 1 all to are required -
for imported eggs. Appear to the laid Bill of
,'i of orange flavored prepared high prices of meats are reasons rooms reserved in the dormitoriesand Complaint' *o filed' agalnit you : A
Florida poultrymen have gottenon : 9.r. Thorns, W L., Thomas R. 'Thomas Mm. R. A.Ualow
: the 7th day of October A. D. .
i\ gelatine in a cupful of boiling water the right track-by insisting on for the better prices paid for eggsduring a continuous flow of applications at the Court Houee In Stark, Brad. Tlaon Sallle .

'f' (as directed on the box). Stir' the past spring. Good prices coming In each day officials: ford County. Florldal) otherwl.e" a ,
quality eggs themselves they are 11'
the-mixture until gelatine is dissolved for poultry and eggs will continue at the Florida State College for Deere pro Confeo will, be entered ,John Ua-low, Louisa
set on the course which will spell agalnit you and each of you for
t then add 3-4 cupful 'of success for their industry t It Consumer.buying= : power is gpod. Women are faced with a serious to/lure to appear. w
tr grapejulce. When this mixture begins Despite, last winter's destructive problem of'finding some place to tt 1..oWlllred.that. tlifn NoMcorhipubllehed WalnwrlghtJ N.* Du ., *-.White,,In ,,,1- WlllH: Mrs. PlodsWall '
? to congeal stir in 1 cupful of freeze, reports show that 22- care for students clamoring for ad- one a'week for four cnn W. I* rWalnwright: Jr.! 'N'D. Wlmberly., W M
All divisions of the cotton tex- eciitlv week In the Bradford Whit., O. W. Wall. Hurla' Wall Martha I>.
) ripe persimmons that have been tile at loss 801,061 boxes of citrus were sold mission. The advance registration'Is bounty Telegraph newnpaper hay. Whit. William. R. J.
Industry operated a la"tI : :
lgt.Cjf&rF II".Jkr."B.:
1 peeled and placed in the refrigerator up to May '1, 1935 as comparedwith the largest in years and officials nageneral In Bradford ii.. 'Williams, Annetta : R.Wllllama .
during the last half of last year. County Florida.' Whit., Noble Ray A. B. Ward. C. r
4 to become firm.' Give the 24,412,167 boxes In 1934. Av- believe it wll exceed tbe peak Thl 27 day of Aua-uiit, 1036. Wall H. O., William, Gertrude Wlsrgert, D. W

i. molds time to become thoroughly and let cool; then add the grapefruit rage auction prices, quoted by the of 1932-33, when 1792 were reg- A.Clerk J. THOMAS Circuit Court. y

.:.1 1 firm or the effect Is lost., When I Juice and freeze until like Bureau of Agricultural Economics istered. Bradford County Florida.aOBt927 Young- H. "H.: Young, :Mri. H. H.

1;.. ready to serve turn out on crisp mush. Fold In the peeled and for oranges were about,the same O -
,. '
lettuce fill the center with cottagecheese diced persimmons and continue as those In 1934. while grapefruit SUCKED OUT POISON

'G I and top with mayonnaise. freezing until firm. Pack and allow and tangerines sold somewhat. lowr BARTOW-M. O. Compton bit-

;, Pass French dressing. tbe Ice to stand for several than last year. ten on the right thumb by a rattlesnake THIS OFFER WILL EXPIRE 'SOON

,.,,? Persimmon Ice hours before serving. In making Florida vegetable ship I ments was able to be out the next .

This Is attractive, cooling and persimmon Ice, special care shouldbe were 83 per cent lower this year' day, apparently little the worse for !II

.\! comforting on warm Autumn days used to select ripe fruit. than,,last but with the exception : the experience.. Seeking bolts from

I! I( also may be made in either a ot Irish potatoes and beans, this a pile of old lumber Compton said

i crank freezer or a refrigerator. Pear Upside Down Cake ear's crop brought better prices he ran his hand under the boards OFYOURFAVORITE

f; n. ,,2 tablespoons of gelatine. Pear upside down cake Is a novel than that of 1934. A marketing and felt something bite his thumb.

1 3-4 cupfuls sugar. I and delicious dessert when two tablespoons agreement enabled celery.growers He got his shotgun and killed the

1 pint boiling water of grated candled gin- to receive good prices. snake which had seven rattles anda

I .1 1-2 pints of grapefruit juice I ger are mixed with the brown sugar V button. He made a tourniquet, I

1 1-2 persimmons, diced or run and buttermixture in which LAUGHTER DECREASEAND sucked 'the blood from his thumb

I Ii; through the colander. the halves of fresh ripe pears are STRONG DEMAND and drove his ,car into Bartow I

1:.... Soak gelatine S minutes In 1-2 arranged. For the cake L batter, RAISE BEEF PRICES where the injured member was

:; cupful of cold water adding the follow the usual proportions for -- treated by a local. physician., MAGAZINES

", boiling water and sugar stir well Upside Down Cake. GAINESVILLE Strong consumer .

.:{t' demand and a decrease In NO SUNDAY FUNERALS

... ... ...,' -, the number of cattle to be slaugh- LAKELAND There'll be no AND THIS NEWSPAPER-1 FULL YEAR

rill 't. y t. _' tered will result in higher prices more Sunday funerals except in

{, .i !,d.r I. .!.t..<, for beef this fall according to Information cases of extreme emergency. The You Save Money on this Amazing. Combination Offer
commission has
., received by the State city passed an or I

I'' Agricultural Extension Service dinance sponsored mainly by the 4 Leading Magazines' Your Favorite Newspaper I

from the Bureau of Agricultural city's ministers caretakers flor-

economics In Washington. lets, and undertakers, forbiddingthe i

A much stronger consumer de- opening of graves on Sundaysin

mand for beef this year over that the local cemeteries. An effortIs
I Ir
ot last year has been reported and : 'being made to extend the ban Pkkl Pick 3nines I

there are' indications tbat there I on Sunday funerals to all of Polk

will be further Improvement in demand County. The proponents of the ordinance m i }

during the coming months. I contended Sunday funerals ZiIV

The drought forced heavy saleslast make for double duty for the l

fall but Increased feed sups i ministers "undertakers' florists

1 i plies will cause Corn Belt livestock and caretakers.:. _
1 t men to feed more cattle this fall I tt

iii and next winter than they did in STUDttNTS GET HELP SELECT ONE

934.' The result will be larger GAINESVILLE-General regulations MAGAZINES

of grain-fed cattle concerning financial aid for
..,. during the first half of 1936 than needy college and university students c.....;....,c.s- ..1"fr. c PICTO l' SI>R..SLe.I..F.rs r.,2Tra 1

during the corresponding period In 'I'In Florida during the col -- ...r'.. ......1'111o, q ;:: i Aarfnltarlat..lTftrr

t-. O 935.. lege' year 1935-36 were made pub- CDe C MaCaJ1"? .I55........'r..Iff..IT sous I'8 Qsesgj.j- Ig..Bom....*......I ITr.Yr.'. tt
reduction the number of lic following the announcement of *. .
The (Wf) Ol ID 0"j .;arlcaa Ts Yr. b
this.fall the appointment of Horace C. ahggada Tag irylIournd.l
3 cattle to be slaughtered 118'\f118W..l p M rb. *_ ls T"
Is expected to be chiefly In calves Beatty of the University of FlorIda Q pictorial +e -17 Gps.r'.7'_.
$O Ioy1.) ....ITia ........ITt
Cut original: cost and upkeep better of steers. as state director of I the- National cOve- lad s-.
and the grades ............. Ma9.ala..IYr.lit.. 1
The bureau expects the demandfor Youth Administration. The C.-aM N.NAM .JTf. -jp ntry. gfNpfg Goedal................ it

a feeder cattle to be much regulations stipulate that only bpy JUIeIoi.... ..... 0-;;: QraJe............1 h.

building' arterial streetsCONCRETE .tronger ,this fall than last, because non-profit making institutions of a su.e. spas.....:......1'I. ip .... Kiqum*......lYage..bpld
.'I ...
cattle finishers had good returns college or university character are W..W..S'l. ....JY"

on cattle fed last winter andirlng eligible to participate in the program CW--- IiaV.........*Tis. IF YOU PREFER Si ....!.!-- JJJe.. ....ITr.ITr..
.......... .
of and there is prospect for Funds to be allotted are to C..u-aa ............ITt*., YOU MAY CHOOSE fumijut ...I n. 0

i' Increased supplies of feed ta relation be used to pay students for doing ''CCJcrMI1aaI..S'l-: 8.-. eieyMag..1Ya M
' h to the number of cattle and socially desirable work includingthe did ...."..... .. .......i n.
;'' s .Abu= save mosey driving oa concrete Icy see Improves the appearance hogs available for feeding this sort customarily done by students Ca-a .....O) FROM GROUP 2 D*.eleaB Frail Grow r..1 Tt 9

1F 'first, because concrete of the neighborboodVIf year compared with last year.. working their way through check 1ttwt pd-:- _?..*3 SMVUtoM.....00JV '6i

treats require* little upkeep and the streets are extensions of Since slaughter supplies will bo college such as clerical library, 4

last the longest Second because Federal Aid highways,. Tederal somewhat lower cattle prices are and research.-.- The allotment of Cmmrmmt.. ....... 011..S 1T8K THIS .ANay 001BR BlANK TQPLA

you sa"'. In gas,oil,tires and car mosey may be availibt for the expected to average much higher funds to each! college will be $13

..repairs new pavement.' ( the remainder of this year than per month for each of twelve per Our eespeatt. .... vile. puLllsJ.en CAecA rW ....* ibta f.s6**> W relilid/ tc
cent of Its total
better enrollment of
last Higher prlcesfor MIA
year. j *r orf /. Fittoat CMBOPAGE 1u
ocree.I.Ir1I.and evea-safe;ItHdraia Insist oa concrete: for safety, rades of slaughter cattle'are in Oct. 1, 1934. own representative ttMblcs ut to MC_ : .... .........
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:, quickly, iocrcascs Titlbll- comfort sad money>MYios> prospect> from now until late fall yen dito r's lSrkable offer It is strictlyfu ....... vise. fat ..-.w.._ ..pus sm. r- m

i C or early winter and prices of the ..nt.c< ,Md .H tobscriptiom till U b
S..JJwlrHJ"P'JwMMr *J lower grades may advance also. 101 lit eared ... ti
Prices ofvfeeder cattle'will probablyaverage promptly tf you ere *t pr -

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=sJ-- c t1BCD DmEOTOBW nothing from your wallet." man out of the piano's path; Gas to have that deadly: machlno NO'fU"1G Von or TAX APPLICATION I,KKNOTIOK :

-- CHUBCH "It's no ,good >.to you darling. ken dragged China DoU but of the charge down upon them under the 19 HICREBT C1IVBNT

FJ gsT B\r-mr pastor You couldn't cash It. I only keep danger zone, left her and attempt. shock of another great wave It Th.t SCCCCIC Parmenler.: holder OE
CB. Price, It by me for a luck-piece." Ha took ed to the the of the coolies knocked 41/47 of. Tnx CirllfliBt No. 1188 is.. amieil
ae... 10 clock a. m., pen piano< against caught three ...1 rtav of Aliwunt A. D 1530 3lm
SUDda1 School, 'her handbag forcibly and opened wall with settees and wrecked ,them overboard; the remaining .. filed mid certificate In my of-
supt. lIt. swivel-chairs. A wild toss of the scrambled, howling (lee and ", ,,.1.. appllintlon for tax
1'I1oPla three accortlano- it
l 11 a. m. d...*.l tt. lewue thereon In
;rnlnt WorshiP "Serves me right" she said ship seat the Instrument crashing\ ;in terror back to their prison: with li.iv. 41/47 of .Ud c.rtitirate.mhra
iI .
11. 6:45: P.WotP. m.eDlnt i the saloon Into the awaited thorn whether they .. the following denrrlbearroporty
f.p 8 m. scornfully, "for trying to wet- across opposite death .ltuate In Bradford Cnun-
p. Wednes7:30 nurse such a ."' v. Well. It's not wall. Rockwell got to his feet remained there or sought to es ".., to-wtt: The touthUau.tQuarter of fl
s Teachers there. I hope now :you're satis and went to( Gasketl aid follow cape. Nun h.1'net-Q of Mouth-Runt..art.r and North-Went Quarter

: p'. Wed- fied." ed by the two seamen who had Several of the sailors, carryIng quarter or Mouth-Runt Quarter of
iervlce S
)lld.week prayer On board Captain Alan Gss- to rolling and quivering '"What did you"With it?" brought Jamesy In. They finallysucceeded out GaskeU's ,orders, now crowd acres Nortn-Kait'of North-Hint Quarter and Quarter North of

YI8P' kell's ship Kin Lung bound Fourth Officer Rockwell dashed "Do with it? I tell you I never" In blocking the piano ed towards the steam-roller and North-Kaat: Quarter West Halt of "MouthBuntQuarter 'of North

-CburohLv from Hong Kong to Singapore. Into the saloon and sought out Isabel touched it!" I Into a corner with two settees; threw mattresses and coils( of: loam Quarter and South-Hunt Quartor .

I )Method" Is China DoU, his "playmate," McCarthy other seamen entered 'WIth'rope. heavy rope la front of it In an effort I ICxvept Three Aoiea In NorthWest -
rastor.Sunday China Doll's negro that *
Montgomery, Jamesy grinned a grin was Corner and except Four AuresIn
M. and had Just lashed the piano fast In.. tern
B and Sybil Barclay with whom he maid. "When was the last to halt Its charges. Hoiith-W t'orner SeCtion 52. !
m. near a leer. lass, nobody
10 a. *
school! when the vessel reeled again under nearly succeeded .South, Hanwe IX, east.
fell In love while her lull they Township 4
worahlp-l1 a. m. husband time you saw your mistress ,he loves a'joke bett / than I do but terrific crash Gaskell and porary oontalnln* 41 cores mar. or !I.....
a Gaskell wedgeda
$lorDing' L.eague-7:15 p. m. was living. Sybil agrees to demanded. I warn you; don't play with me I In their purpose. The aeermnnent. of ...1<1 propertyunder
Epworttl marry ,him when they dock In "Why, I don't -. not since she Rockwell Jumped to the windowand mattress) against a rear wheel the said certificate Issued. wasIn
m. I
rshlp-8:00: p. any longer. looked out: It was not a wave to Tom Davids, who the nam of J. T. Jonee.lTnle
JveDlnt Singapore. China Doll refuses went down to dinner." Dawson yelled .. aaltl certificate shall b* rdeemed "-
Tau are invited to all these servpre to give Alan up without a fight "You were with her In the smok. China Doll raised a right hand of water that had caused the KinLung was standing close to the machine acuordlnir to law tax deed
and said solemnly: "Honestly I to lurch that time to throw a chain over Its front will li-mie thereon on the 18th dayof
They .ride. Into a typhoon and ing room Colonel Aiken." September, A IX ItSS.Dated '
-Church Gaakell, fearing Chinese ,pirates I Aiken was very much under the Jamesy, Til take"an oath on my, Half engulfed In the water swirlIng wheel Davids picked up the chaIn this 18th day of August A.
l>>terlan mother's grave, I about the deck they saw the from the deck but instead of D. 188S.
more than the storm, heads weather and groaned t "I don't remember A. 3. THOMAS
George M. L.owrl, Minister'M the ship Into the typhoon. whether she left "You've either got It on you or, huge steam-roller loosened from throwing It, stood staring In a pan rlerk of Clrmilt. ('nurt.
:e'I'. .-Sabbath School did or not." before I you've ditched it somewhere hers" : Its fastenings by the fury of the to of fear at the Iron monster, Bradford County Florida.
& : a. Worship: Angrily she pointed to her handbag at him ba .IO.It..U
11:00: A. M-Mornini'' Chapter VI "She was In the smoking room storm lurching back and forth Other officers yelled ;
t)1: !' pastor. when said on the table. "There's over across the deck like a horrible iron simply stood there motionlesswith rt.KRK'M HKPO.HTEUarke
by we left Sir "Have
.1noe Dl.-Junlor Christian ED:10'01 HALF OF A HUNDRED "Guy. 200 pounds right there; go ahead juggernaut smashing Into the terror until a new wave Via, Aua-uet let, t 555
3.30 p. POUND NOTE you been to her cabin? and help yourself If you think I crashed over the ship hurled him Report of the ( I"h Circuit
"She's not there." steel sides of the vessel, sliding Court In and for Bradford County, '
/ .-Evening: Worship. touched your dirty" back across the deck and shatterIng down on the deck almost directly Florida on account of taxes .*....- "
7:30: p. m "It's better than getting messed Sybil Barclay voiced a common Jamesy shook his head In -a. sort bulk-head. Nothing more In front of the machine Just as I It .a for th. y. 1554.kmail o '
by the pirates," agreed Tom Da. thought. "If she went out on deck a C, A.
Christian Thatch: of grim patience. "I tell you It'. terrible could to a ship In started to roll ponderously: towards Tea Collector
first vid.. "You'll lose your ticket In the condition she was In I want sweet. You 1S34 DHAnronn COUNTY! ,
W. T. McGulre Pastor not money my such a devastating storm than to htm.Captain. 4..MMtr Prepe. '
China Doll's
I 11ev. 10 a. m. anyway. maid gasped: "You. could have a dozen times that from have a. wild Iron thing like this, aa ken leaped forward, To Balance due ____-__.?_ UO.U ,.!,,
School. .
Bible ""I'm mighty glad I'm not captain all don't think she's been washed the It's just Hy amount pnlleolad __ NONI1 \
11 m. me just for asking. weighing many tons, go( wildly Davids by the arm and .. .
a. caught 3,530.53
I communion of this ship" remarked Dawson overboard T Oh Mister Officer To llxlance due ---- --
Endeavor. T p. m. one little piece of "note I want prancing about the deck; It could dragged him to safety as the rise e.d Kerl.H...e '' .tI',
Clrtatlan as he hurried out to executethe you got to atop this ship! She owes 1.711 11
7:30 and I want It so bad rm going to than the deck To. Balance due!. ------ : .
: quickly create havoc worse steam roller slid across
meeting order. me two months' wages Hy amount e,,li ctd" -_...- NOINMTo ,
prayer Captain's snap that pretty little neck 'of the typhoon Itself could inflict and crashed again Into the steerage Balance' due .__._____ *.t13.IL I
III. "David.," said Gaskell. "pass In her anxIety. Isabelle droppedto just like a pipe-stem If youdon't In side <....<,. used and llrldae ',t
eaching Second Sunday.ll a. the word to McArdle. He usually her knees and clasped her Even as they watched spellboundby quarters, smashing a To Balance due -__?_ 6,"(".41 .'/.
fork over. horror the bow of the ship was of that structure amid a renewed Ry amount collected, __.._ NONI4' "
aDd 8 p. m.Rowwood likes to his blessed hands as she pleaded with Rock ..
( see pigs. 'Jamesy, you're not serious burled under a huge wave and the outburst of terrified screaming To Balance due -_ '.UII '
"Yes sir." Davids went out well. A sudden lurch sent her leMtr Hehoel General
Baptist Church "You'll soon find out how seriousI steam-roller plunged forward towards from the coolies. To Balance due ___??,? .- 11.011.IIIHy '
leaving only young Rockwell lingering sprawling. She still sobbed: to take .. 750.45
am Are you going wooden structure amount collected ? -?
u O. Hemingway, Pastor excitedly behind. "Don't let her drown on me!" do wantme the flimsy Davids, merely stood looking at To Balance due __..-- 8,19 :dl 1'o..tr 1\\
off clothes or
your you which housed the coolie deck-pas "
Bible leaf. Gaskell PollTo
Services every Sunday. "Thank you sir" grinned the 'Go and report to Captain Gas- to do the searching myself?" It struck the woodenframework him. shaking like a to Balance(due _:.. ..-'":... 14000Ry .'
Services at 3:30 sengers. motioned to the Quartermaster ; : .. 41,Ort
udy 10:15: a. m. youthful Fourth Officer. kell! Sir Guy ordered Rockwell. She outright In pretend. amount collected **
laughed with
the structure .
of and IDS 00Total
[clock In afternoon.BETHEL Caskell stared at him. "For "He'll do something about this." ed admiration. "What a 1'81'1! Whata the force of a battering-ram: help Davids up the to the steps conflict, To Balance.due......-.._1 HeKBlar
what T""For But China Doll was In Jame yMcArdle'8 himself To Balance *g OSRy
BUPT1ST CHURCH gag! knocked out one side amid the ter- with the steam-roller. He dodged amount c" I''id"f: :Aft
choosing the typhoon. You cabin going aimlessly "You can't laugh yourself out of rlfed screaming of the coolies inside a call To Balance due -...,.--- 1.71111,4'
B v. L.A. Donnley, Pastor see sir, I've never been in one." I through part of the game of drinking this. I've never been rough witha outcries made themselves around the monster, grabbed total ........lMM>l Headed
Their Dawson's hands and 4,757 0Hy
Services every first Sunday "Anybody with half an eye could ; the health of Admiral Puff. woman before but this Is a hangIng heard above the screechingof of rope out of caution to the winds To amount Balance collected due __..-..-_ KA4 HT

Sunday School 2:30 p. m. see that." Gaskell's voice was "Pat!. Putt Puff. Puff" she kept matter." throwing all To Balance due __-------- 4,555.93
Services the typhoon. leaped the machine a. It slid Wi......'. l>e..loa)
Study and Prayer "Tell the Chief Steward to repeating in a thickened voice. If I
BlUe! grim. "Walt a minute Jame y. followed by to It with both Tn Balance due -..? __.. 411101By :
very i Saturday night. assemble all first class passengersIn Jamesy was lying on bin bed didn't know so well I'd think Captain Gaskell, past him clinging ..mountolle..l.d ...?_..., NONH1
you Rockwell scrambled down the port hands as It crashed against the To Bnlanc due _____...__ 451(1lload
the main saloon and serve out I dead to the world; his mesa jacket you were mixed up In something; to the fore-deck as Dawson of the bulkhead. Almost A Drl... latereet
stairway superstructure
life-belts." and tie thrown over a chair: his hot." 'a .1...' Feed J
pretty and the Bosun with half a Immediately another wave _"f ._ ... 10,1511,1111
To Balance due
back and on
"Aye aye sir. shoes sliding "If I am It won't be much trouble I _._. I.U'.DO '
Lascar sailors hurried down the ship, and the steaia-rol By amount collected ,
BOB The wind was lashing the rain the floor with the staggering of to get myself oat of It. Nobody dozen struck deck Into To Balance due __.?___ 18.174.0'
Kin the
from the starboard side of the ler slid clear across
.12.Nrl! upon the deck as Rockwell left the .hlp. A violent lurch sent knows you are In here. I can shove Lung:. the steel side of, the ship. Gasket. NO'I'IC'IG or II1LIICCT.ON
the chart house Two or three pas China Doll to the floor; she strug. you out on deck and the first wave machine wIth I. W. M. Mlddletoii.: mayor of the
\ were scurrying for shelter. gled up holding her glass of will wash overboard." Then there took place a strange still clinging to the City of Htarke, Florida, by virtue <'(
sengers you hand succeeded with the other authority vented In me by w".t
And Ah Feng, with a bottle of Scotch in both hands, repeating: His fingers tightened about her terrific and awe-Inspiring battle one around a herehy nail an election to b* :
between the puny humans and that In getting the rope por"A : at the city hall In the aforenald oltyby '
I throat. i; the qu alltl..d vnter on Tuewlay, ,
Heptember 10th, 193S, for the pur-
I aPl an evolutionist and I be- Chapter VII wt Eu,.. of elet-tlns the following' of- t:

That Is whatreacher A '
eve the Bible. mayor,

: said to the writer one IRON JUGGERNAUT Two One' clerk alderman traursr, tax aneeiinorand I,

:ime He was wrong. No man about tax colle.,tort
Jamesy's hands tightened marshall, .'ft
what the Bible teach. bo knows China Doll's throat. He snarled at IneuecturH of nalil election, A.
I and who knows the evolutionary I won't have anythingto r&:' Hnott '1'?. N. Kendrlok, It. A NewIn ;'
can accept both. The her. "Then 4' A. Ion., '
lypothesla about-note or no note. testimony whereof. I hereuntoaubwrlb
Ible and evolution are dlametrl- '- -J I. my llama and cauee, the
Evolution teaches "Jamesy! she gasped struggling eal of the Maid I city to b* hereunto "
iVy opposed. for breath. fixed this the ath day of August A.D. .
[that there Is in plants animals .. usa
ud human life an Inherent tendency He grinned at her. "Where Is It, w m, MWdlelon Mayor., :

toward Improvement. The my lass?" (SIVAt) ''v.,,

.Bible teaches that there Is a ten- A terrific pounding on the door U.."; .
caused him to turn t9wards the CAItI.. JOHNS"
dency toward decadence.. Every _________ outer door of his City Clerk
botanist knows.. that after plants sitting room. The. 7.s.St.5-C>>
.: under 'blow. and
cabin crashed
cultivation -
have been Improved by human -
If they are left alone they / Captain Gaakell staggered and Will help you finance,

trill revert to the parental stock. was blown Into the room followedby Draw Your 1.lau1t and Build :

The Bible teaches that man has an t4Ei Rockwell, the Quartermaster Your Homew.

Inherent evil tendency. "When 'I and two( seamen. Jameay entered W wurmcN1

would do good evil Is present." from the bedroom China Doll at General Contractor

That has been the experience of r- ) -i iw his heels. he said little partnership' Captain Box 835 Starke, Fin,
look who's here
every honest Intelligent man. "We : 0 "Well which you can be a witness to. .j

are born in sin." "We were con. Impudently."The She'll never have cause< to regret
_rr.F: Marines!" cried China Doll "
ceived In Iniquity! : -.------ I it ais long i tee- _
and delight.
; In Relief
Jamesy gave her a wink. "A little monster of Iron flung hither and tlon of the under-structure. As It Positive

Modern education takes the side ,- partnership, Captain which you yon by the screaming wind and started again to slide away he

M evolution Instead of the Bible she cried horrified. "Y ou're crazy as a loon! I took can be a witness to. She'll never the battering-ram of the huge leaped off with the rope in hIs
It teaches that children are fun.mentally "Jamesy. the hand. Dawson grabbed the rope for MALARIAl !
nothing from your wallet. have! cause to regret It as long as waves that shook and engulfed
.. tied It to the
good and that all groaning shuddering ship. The from him and quickly

didren need la the proper train- Scotch on a tray, was sent stumbling "Puff Puff Puff,*.Puff,". tapping -"I hate to break'up such a tender men started to encircle the Iron end of a chain. Seamen hung on Sur End to Chills

3., The Bible teaches that\.cul- by a sudden gust against the the bottom of her glass on the ta moment",said Oaskell harshly juggernaut with ropes and chains; to the other end of the chain and

Es cannot save. "The flesh prof- door of Charlie McCaleb's cabin ble. Becoming aware finally that "but I'll have to ask you to con the moment they strung them were dragged back and forth and F. erl

ith nothing.." Thenew birth 1ineceunty. Rockwell went to the smoking she wan alone she called "Jam tinue your raptures In> the main sa selves out the steam-roller ap. across the deck. Here's real relief for Iatarla-

Educated flesh and room;.McArdle was not( there; neither esy!" She looked under the table loon." peared to be endowed with Intelli Gaskell and Dawson' went to Grove's Tarnishes Chill Tonic I

meducated flesh are Just .theme I .was China DoltThe about the room saw four banknotes So saying, he roughly pushed gence. In a spirit of grim humorof their aid and finally they succeeded Quickly It slope the chills and fever)

* In the sight of God. in edu- I storm steadily wori. in the centre of the table. Jameay towards the battered door Its own. It lead them on onlyto getting' a turn of the chair and rations your body to alleviate comfort.the
grew will merely
otion: could save a nation, Ger- headed Into its very cen She scooped them up crying. "I and took China Doll by the arm. skip and plunge out of their en. around the nigger-head of the Many remedies of Malaria temporarily but c

ftaoy would have been saved. It as they swells began to crash win!" and was'stuffing them In A huge wave struck the ship at circling efforts. It dodged them winch., A sailor standing by the symptoms Grove's TaiUleM Chill Tonic ton all the

likes regeneration Man must tre; heavy vessel's decks. The chUI her already well-filled purse when this moment flooded' the cabin flung Itself about advanced recoiled winch threw a lever and the drum way and completely Ids, your .,...'

,receive from God a new,nature.. over the and the quartermastei ,she noticed that.one of the notes knocking Jamesy and the two seamen hurtled across deck-always slowly took up the chain and drag. i Of the inlection.Grove's o'I

e e steward In the main i was torn In half. She held It close down like nine-pins. China with the one thought In ged the steam roller away from( I TaiUlci Chin Tonic Is a real

We do not have to go to, th served out SIr'Guy life-belts and Sybil after :under the lamp: it was half of a Doll screamed as the water engulfed mind; to centre Its deadly attackon the steerage quarters. A great corrective of Malaria because It coatals which t!

Bible to find human depravity saloon. the belts sought a hundred pound note drawn on the her. Gaakell picked her up the flimsy wooden structure Inside shout of relief and gratitude went two MaiarlallDf.dlon first tasttleat' quinine In tile blood. i'

aught. The Bible teaches it but putting on avoid being knocked off Bank of Hong Kong: two columnsof In his arms and gained the deckas of which huddled the whimpering up from the coolie as they crowded klllf Second tile, tonic Iron which help overco* J'
to were
au Intelligent thinkers nave ob- lounge Chinese hieroglyphics the water began to recede from terrified coolies. to the deck watching the sea. the of the chilli and fever sad ''f!'
IIrved that 'la his soul their feet. on It; It puzzled her; finally themselves the big machine .af I ;
man baa drawn the cabin. The others picked Two seamen got In Its path; they men manacling tcrjiiei ajmlrut further> attack Play *
,M evil tendency. Plato repudlatM "Is It really a typhoon? asked a with a glance towards the up and followed them A were knocked down like flies. Gas fore and aft with chains and block' t rYYI't.Tutfle. CblU ,Toak.: It

; the idea that man was naturally mild-faced missionary receiving 'i bedroom she hid It In the bosom new wave struck the vessel wash. kell rescued one of them; Dawson ing. co.be fa two.W-fiiclnd f rT>Jcoatato ',I,',

' food. He argued that If a man belt, from the chief steward. of her dress, Jammed the other ed over the deck hid them all beneath pulled the other from the Jaws of The watchers In the main saloon II iii'. 3MI thaw a* much. ik*

*", naturally good all that:was A big wave crashed down upon notes in her purse and staggeredto its churning waters for a a dreadful death. looked solemnly at each other I c"and.."..,ou..2 % 1I.9rt for,Od t.,.

"fwiry to keep him was to the ship, the chief steward lost the door.It were whirled and 8101181.Get fIotde&oday UD1c1na1".
pure time. They bad been chain ; -
' careening into I There came now a sudden lull in when the monster ,1,1':
ISthim live alone, but he said that I his balance and went was locked and the key gone. rolled clear to the railing.(. Gas \

eion5"Pwlence shows that a man ,: the lap of Sir Guy remarking who helped: "A She went \Into the bed-room and kell caught a stanchion with one i I. the sjtorm still: for the a steam-roller time against the remained ed."A mjracls., 'A: u lraciei"! said the CLhtJ./( '

lUll manifests evil tenden. him to his reef shook James McArdle awake. hand an arm still about China I, awe-struck. And .Yam-
bulwark. In that lull half a dos missionary,
dei, Goethe said "I no fault pretty hefty fringe Steward. ?" he asked. Before scrambled back to the '
see "What's up Doll. He to agreed; "Nothing I.... Dr HERRINGS i
I I en coolies attempted escape esy
wnltted which I' not "Yea sir. that's all It the ship gave a to his neck
too. might ,
answer clinging
the could deck, the girl ,(T. b. continued)
k bay5 stepped In line. "i 1 i from their crumbling prison, only ,'1-',
Vollberg against to
Mrs. Doll started
pmmlttecV- Johnson lurch that sent China In a death-grip land
kid "Every man knowa'that ofD1Ielf take a perfect 38" she smirked. the wall and rolled Jamesy off the crawl to the saloon entrance I .

which he dare,not tell_hU The American.. 'Tlmmons. received bed upon the floor at her feet. Rockwell. with the; two seamen -c1J11!

".*..wwt friend." Cicero said "Na. his life belt and was buckling "Glory be!" he cried. "I must havea 'supporting Jamesy followed.

.ni haa given ua faInt sparks 'oIOWIedg It on when he noticed that hI.wlte's look at my poor pl..." I They all staggered through the' C ..

.. ,. We pearls were missing.: That'swhat Rockwell. Another ANNOUNCEMENTIn ':
extinguish them "You better go to bed. door except AN
%. our Immoralities." Plato said,, ."My dear, you've- lost your I'm going to do. GIve me gigantic wave swept over the vessel iAMErncfs: A'QNLY

. 'bs QUAe of corruption is from pearls the key. I don't see what you caught the Fourth Officer up i4 F

tar parenti that We nner re- ,"'No I haven't" whimpered Mrs wanted to lock the door for." In Its paws, knocked him down, order to better serve 'the peopleof r

11M uisi h our evil way or escape the Tlmmons. "I broke the string In his trousers picked him up and threw him eight 'fnFthn1tALEj7
biemlat of our evil habits." Sen. the other night. Mr. Romanoff Jamesy of habit, darling." Feet backward. pinned\ him up Bradford County we have moved to our new

ItI laid. "w are all wicked. What has them-" pocket. "Force the key. but a against the barrIcade like a mothon location opposite the Court House 'In the for- /

:: blalJles In another ha finds In She,turned to the Russian gem She reached for Into the trad a drying board. The wind "
c "ru of caution came mer J. R. Davis Insurance Building.
0W1I bosom,w.live among the buyer who corroborated; minute my squeezed the breath from his

,0514 tiCked our elve. beingwicked., ." restrlng them for her as soon as we er's eyes.Safety"Just first a ; that's Jam- throat from his lungs: was squeez. We wish to express our appreciation to \\z: 1

aald. "i of this." sweet. life from bis body
see thlnpthat are get out ng the very our many friends for their valued patronageand
tter and want' ;to see them esjr-s .motto. a lull and he
them I folworst" "N-never when there came
h.5 his mess jacket location we are better
that In new
suddenly He caught up feel our ,
..._ he ArtstoUe said again! walled Mrs. Tlmmons from an Inside dropped to the deck. There the
, 011III I control of herself. and .took his wallet bowled him to handle their Insurance needs. .
011 a elope with his appe- losing all examlng wind rolled him about, equipped \/fj
and began
tiles I I
: and passlou gravitating "Throw them away--do anythingyou pocket up against the barricade again When you need INSURANCE: OF .ANY
'flWard. H8 know he to want to with them! Oh. If we Its contents. his oilskins from top to
ought ripped
1 l China Doll became Indignant. KIND. drop ,In and see us or arlvs! us a ringand
IIIUpward.f but there ta something ever get out of this a- 1 don't think for a minute bottom; then the gal passed on, 'KiODItS'T1fr '
that drags hIm downward." "Throw them awsyj Say "Say, you and Rockwell mad a rush for the we will call and sea you. TOOffl" /
Tile Bible with ?" asked rd do anything so cheap Inside a* :
explains what aU theee what the matter you think I know. Comeon main saloon staggered
u found half angry half "I don't the door, lay gaspIng -
: that I.. man was born Mr. Tlmmons. someone opened

liD In Adam all died. The suspicious'at his wife's ,sudden fork what over. Jamesy?" She drew on the floor. JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT, Agent
11II17 hope for a Ilo-eu.'ecs;deprave breaking down. for her Then the gal*,burst; Into fury;

44 blood bu,5 racels the cleansing "They are mine! I can do,what away band-bag.as Jamesy"Now listen.grabbed I won thismoney the ship staggered"quivered and Phone IS Opposite Court Hoi !
of Je she was hit and engulf. '
us Christ and the re- I r like- fair and square" hinged as I
aerattnr. power of God. Mrs. Vollberg put an arm 'aboutfrl..btened did.All I want Is the ed by a terrific wave. The grand 131 W. CALL ST.
and comforted "Sure you the
,about saloon
woman went tearing I
the not that piano
'lht don't let a piece of a hundred-pound of the woman -
HG-Men" "Now. now. amid the scream
of the Department her. wallet. ,
out of my iuik *
took --
tIIllUce In
feet.Romanoff you scattered
off ,who
wtllllOOQ take .over the little wind blow you your she cried horrified.'You're passengers

lilt Uon of all tw&k Insured by I grinned at Mrs. VoU- "Jamesy crazy a* a boat I took terror.' Sir Guy,grabbed, one wo- '
I'DIC. set the- ship
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County Maybe You've' TOO LATE t ODD --- BUT TRUE'

;a Established 1871MEM.BER
-- Heard It ButFor TO CLASSIFYBr -
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iRim ASSOCIATION seeretery, Yi.Me Pear Amy

If I 1935 0 : A Rainy OilY / IN FOOT WARMERS I
e I IL
r.J Otwa/tt :J-ktlda. _. A writer of a' recent magazine Tou' know when you've been THE INVENTION HAS A MOUTHPIECE
__ ___ -., article asks "What Is your pet away from home for a time and 'a TO fir I
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class economy?" He goes on to explain copier back you always find a lot A SUSPENSION NeCK COLLAR I
Florida that moat people have their weak- Of thing: have happened In yourabsence I OF RIBBON,AND A BRANCHED RUBBER
} :Matter at the Post Office at Starke, TUft* !
the fireplace
nesses along this line and that his -the old'sofa by TO BE WORN BETWEEN THE OUTER
'" particular passion is for saving old baa been moved In the corner AND
E. L. :Matthews_Editor. and Owner paper clips. and 'Aunt Susie's knick-knack table INNER GARMENTS AND LEADING DOWN I I

__ -- Not being conscious of any parttcWar Blttln' In the hallway instead I 1 INTO.THB SHOES.THE WEARER I
SUnSCIUM'lON RATE economical madness,, we of by the bookcase( the gold fish KEEPS
y made a hasty survey of our prized are gone out, of the lily pond on THE FEET WARM BY THE SIMPLE PRocess
I Yearly, $1.50; Six !Months, 75c-Payable In Advance possessions to see what we had account of the cat gettin' 'em the OF BLOWING .HIS.' BREATH INTO THE

Advertising Rates on Application stored up against the ravages of week 'after you left and Smith's I I. MOUTHPIECE, THe WARM AIR GOING
and old oth- house across the street looks different -
poverty age. Among
W er odds and ends-too numerous to and You don't know Just I THE SHOES,
Every man has his price and every woman her figure. mention-this Is what we found: why until Uncle Ezra explains' I I I' r.
o one brass button from a V. M. I. explains that 'It'. them fool yeller

Gossip is resented most.when it is the positive truth. overcoat; eight tarnished portions an' red awnings they got stuck 1 t
of old safety razors, no two of up over the windows"Well 1
o which matched; one "Roosevelt for a lot'of things have hap- to., .
'K Almost anything is easier to mend than broken friend- President" badge; five theatre pened in Florida while I was gone 111 IM NQ .
ship. ticket stubs of various sizes and and I'll try ,to give you my reac- e N-N NERVOU3

colors; one almost-used-up meal .tions.. .- I
o ticket from the Hlllcrest Cafeteria It seems that my back wasn't
Few people get weak eyes by looking at the bright side of"life. in New York City; and three discarded any more than turned on the state U t. x
typewriter ribbons. before Governor, Pave climbs be- __0 r_
Truly a formidable collection of hind a false mustache and goes to ,.
I 0 weapons with which to face Tomorrow Europe, and, 4 lot of people that '
The cheaper the politician the more expense he is to the got nothln !better: to do than'wor- ;+" r -:2J: :
ry about where governors are anj '
1 country. Mr. Addison Sims why start ravin' and teartn' their POOtei,, EVER* P TCHER WHO FACES HEAVY HITTER
0 hair. I they were sore on ?s'l SHOULD WEAR THIS, \ FOOT
One of those advertisements guess -WARMER i
memory course WILL 'VU (POOP>)> 1. ,.;:I", .
Add similes: As useless as preaching birth control to a extolling the remarkable account of his not goln' where they MARRY (Poor) '% -" .
female fish. prowess of Mr. David thought' he ought to go but then /tAr f.. .
1Jli o Roth at rememberlBg Mr. Addison you can't please everybody.I a .q':;
Sims of Seattle, appeared In the thought they'd have that fool FRIENDS.(POOP>
The national slogan used to be "Give Me Liberty. Nowit
magazines last week after an absence canal all dug by the time I got ROMANS (POO*)
is "Give Me." of several months. You back the way they were sllngln'
mud before I left, but it seems COUNTRYMEN
know how
I o It runs: .
/ (POpP>)>
Jacksonville and Tampa been so
"Of course I place you! :Mr. Addison
We might'never get out of the woods if the CCC doesn't Sims of Seattle."If busy DIGGIN' at each other they

stop planting trees. I I remember correctly-and I haven't< even got started on the ,
canal.. The situation must be
do remember Burroughs
correctly-Mr. bR -
the lumberman, Introducedme downright dlscouragtn to all those : T
Afriend might be for you tooth and toenail and still be to you at the luncheon of the contractors that have been lit tin' w NEIFAAT

unwilling to lose his hide. : Seattle Rotary Club three years round with their tongues hangin AN IDEAL!! INVENTION FOR THC .
0 ago in May. This Is a pleasure out waitln'ZRr'a chance to bid on SUITOR UITHCOLD PBBT FOR ACTORS SUFFERING FROM STAGE-FRIGHT'
: building the torty odd bridges
indeed! I haven't laid eyes on you
,Theonly'lesson we ever learned from the busy bee was since that day. How is the grain across ,it., t- 04; _M3a- ._- --

t which end he stings with. business? How did that merger. Down in Miami they been havln'
work out?" an awfully short summer, at least CITY COUNCIL but prudently left a few uncut so Meeting Postponed
-' O That's all very well. But?If the I the report ofv the auditors would APPROVES PROJECT that he could have time to 'get
The automobile, once termed a friend to* man, is now advertisers really wanted to get indicate that most of the books away until the flagman had timeto ,The,meeting of the Bradt

called the engine of death. realism in their ads they should, turned out down there are short (Continued From, Page One) cool off-for the latter was County Teacher's AsaoclatlJ

o have the copy run something like SHORT stories[ but Buck Leatherman muscular red-headed and named"Bill" scheduled, for today, has been I
this: clerk of the circuit court for Bradford Hardware .
Airport $4.45
The world is a stage with everybody wanting to put "Of course I place you! Mr. Addison sure fooled 'em. He turned overa Co. Supplies?for Street 91.39; Avery Powell, the humorist was poned until Friday afternoon, !
tember 13 2 ,
his act on at the same time. Suns of Seattle. Thought I set of books that balanced to the Woodstock Lumber' Co., Lumber then the editor of the Lake But- ,
a wouldn't recognize you huh 7Well, penny and he's got 'em scratchin' for airport $1.15; H. L. Brownlee, ler paper.. He described the "'Incident ; .
you gotta nother think.comin'." their heads and chewin' pencils Bond Trustee $2; J. F, ''Colley,' as "the miss-carriage. In
7 The old-fashioned girl is the one who' still looks for an "If I remember correctly-and tryin 'to figure out how a guy as Bond Trustee $2; R J.. Davis' Hell's Half Acre.Townsend .

alley when,her stocking comes down you're darn tootln' I do remember dumb as that ever got elected In Bond Trustee for July and August, Mr., and !Mrs. Ed Durban, La|
o correctly '- you borrowed $3.23: the first place. $4. I Club MeetsThe toy girl, September 2.
unsettled'but from me at the luncheon of the Here In Tampa somebody got There being no further business Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner, La|
Well the European situation is still thank regular meeting of the
Seattle Rotary Club three years the Idea to liven things up with a the city council adjourned to the tey, girl, September 2,
goodness the Tampa election is over. ago in May. This Is a pleasure /good old fashioned ballot stuffln' ext regular meeting. Townsend Club was held Monday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wh|
at the court house -and
night a
2M o Indeed! I haven't laid eyes on you contest, winner to take the may e) number of new members were enrolled Hampton, girl, September 3.
since that day., When're you or's chair, and the stunt has been AVERY POWELL HAD .TITLE,. .
has churches but
New York 1,600 the average person is raising the total membership -
/gonna /give me that dough, you goln" over big. Some! folks want- FOR THIS STORY Vegetables are grown outilo
doing well if he knows where one of them is., big, stiff t Come on across beforeI ed to waltunUl Jl the new directory There to_was more no than outside 100 speaker members.at :throughout the cold of winter iRedhlll

o ; |et you" have one right on the came oult, oitey could get more (Continued From Page Cine) the meeting but 4 B. F. Johns secretary : Worcestershire Engl
Fashion experts predict a military trend in hats Large kisser names, but owners said that was a of the club spoke concerning A mine fire burning In the

millinery bills have already caused several wars. waste' of time when there were so had not been'at a standstill and, some: of,the benefits he said worked-out galleries beneath
ExplanationWe many good mimes layln' 'round on land of the farmers account.tthe I
bombarded with picturesque cusswords would be derived from the Townsend -
-I" are always pleased when tombstones. : he precipitately fled fell [ plan of old age pensions. phenomenon.
"Darling l'Am Growing Old" will be the hit song of the someone finds fault with this col Just to be helpful the city I off the log and into a nest of yellow .

Fay day when the old age pension is put into effect. umn. Only slightly less pleased, commission calls both sides Into jackets. : 'In keeping with Massachusetts' Retiring future chief executhj
we might add. than when an occa- the center of the' ring and says "all The surveyor had to"get away reputation for culture a debating of the United States will sent I
o sional complaint comes our way. right, fellows, you can scratch before he sank out of'sight, and team has been organized among days as "lame duck" preside
Now that Congress has adjourned Washington will re However our, pleasure makes us kick, bite and pull hair, but re- he went to see what ailed his assistant. the Inmates of the state reformatory despite the.twentieth amendn
/ store to Chicago the borrowed title of "Windy City." no less anxious to justify ourselves member-no machine guns or saw- He cut the latter' bonds, at Concord Junction. to: the Constitution.
with readers who take Issue ed-off shot-guns' but they forgotto
o with Items printed here.. bar heavy .artillery and hand ;,--0=0--O =icaoi"WHO 01:10- ---cache
We'll 'wager that fifty per cent of the people who are Recently one reader considered grenades so thought to be a good I

m- crying'"Back to the Constitution I" have never read it. as verging on the brink of callousness fight right'on/ Both sides claim I
the description of a lightning the pl'Ollpectslook very promlsln'
o :display which contained the following and everybody''who has been lls- I
} The bankers are warning' against an earlyboom. They paragraph: "If as the alii tentnVto the speeches. will readily "

'; needn't,worry-we wouldn't' recognize one if we saw it. i cient's believed the gods are angry agree/ with, 'em. << G9ES THERE?
o when It lightnings, some ill- 'A'''10tQf, oUnis men are froth In' I I
tempered diety was'klckiDg up an 'at the mouth-,and predlctln' disaster <<>
The fellow who does his job on time and up to specifications awful row Sunday night. Perhaps and ,ruination because Governor '

i is seldom bothered with having to furnish ,explanations.Some some neighboring god had borrowed Dave failed to appoint the Cit- SAYS THE WISE SHOPPER
a and forgotten to return his best rue, Commission before takin his I J < ,
cloud-mower, or maybe his wife run-out powder. To hear 'em car ,
people who feel that they have an upside down had ,used his Sunday wings. to ry on you'd think that we'd never .

stomach are merely,suffering from too'many'boiled peanuts. dust off the piano." shipped any green fruit before. But <<>> Challenge of the sentry on guard abrupt and imperative in
+ ,- .. Our reference to4 dtetles and an- we been doin'.It ever since Florida g I .. .
t gry gods was intended only in a was a babe In arms, so I can't see
In' parts of China the people are eating grass. Manufac- mythological sense The old stories where another month or two will I p the, dark. "Advance and give the countersign!

ivs turers of breakfast food have had Americans ,doing that for tell us that every once-in-t. make I much difference. O<< .
while Jupiter ,would, get kind of '','The epidemic of candidates for To
,years. the woman in the home alertly watchful her
+ riled up snatch a couple of thun. this and thaW which broke out Just over
o derbolts from the sky and hurl before. I left, has been spreadln' I
The Clermont Press observes that men are forced to use them with all the force of his omethln' terrible"and there don't household budget passwords'are important' Everything
right arm to the Earth. In one of seem to be much anybody can do
sharp words with their
wives in order to get a remark in
our rare moments of whimsy we about It.-It, Is a pitiful affliction; C offerecl.forsale: is subject to suspicion unless it bears theo
edgewise.K chose to think that Jupiter's_ 111 first the fever &,eta.you. attendedby I .'
r, -- temper might be the cause of 'the more or less swelling of the countersign-the familiar trade-mark-the name of arnanufact'urer
'A'Chicago relief client got so mad he tried to chew off recent lightning display here bead,'your ;'!'," start poppln out
,- and YOu'bectn- froth at the whonVshe
....hfs.dlord'. toes. ,He,should have known that landlord's are, Blue Derby For Full mouth,and. drooL The victim Is I knows. .

Joo toygh,for that. ,' The following paragraph werea seldom good far; anything after an n ..
:'i- > O I recent news dispatch from New attact-they >keep gettin' 'worse Everyday she studies the advertising columns. From
?i; |t York: and if they live through one stroke .
,I 'The Dade City' Banner tells of an unemployed man who "A well-dressed man this fall they'usually.have another'within [! them she determines values anddecides what she will buy
applied for work as follows: "I don't'suppose you don't know can wear a-blue derby. He can two or, three"years. The sad partof C .. .. .. ..

-,, of.nobody'who I don't want to .hire nobody. to do nothing do, flaunt beneath his dinner coat a It Is, a guy never knows when It and :where. She knows that,a advertised goods are safe
canary yellow 'fun vest' or go to Will get him. He'll befOlD'/ along
:you? the office In a suit with a six-Inch makin' an honest livln', carefree I I backed the the
goods and
0 window pane plaid.' '. and happy then aU of a sudden by reputation of the maker,

abI special coat and choose Its colors germ and it's just too bad. q ,
of the customers- pay up cheerfully. Perhaps they remember from fifteen shades. He can get'married And the heck of It Is you and IaN

where Al CaPone 'srot by being backward about his JR.g In a midnight blue 'out. the poor' ape that have to o'a., When she of
come taxi away ''with blue striped trousers worry about-"the staggerln doc goes shopping-whether. for a bottle

and a blue high bat and'sail to tore, bill I. '
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ketchup or for a pearl necklace she ; each
Bermuda in. an old rose shirt and challenges pro
PL' Father Coughlin has been silent for some, time because brown shoes with tan. buttoned The advantage of this mixture .is '
r the money for his League for Social Justice is not coming in tops." that even stale cheese may be used CI ,duct with a "Who goes there? Ancf"i if it: has the pass

still talks louder Sure, he can do all that. But to the father of. the recipe assert I "
as readily as formerly. Apparently money !
"" his funeral the next day he will. ,.---. eSapee word of'advertised excellence she, makes' her purchase
than the mere need for social justice. probably lust wear the conven- Sensitive
tional black. without:
o Some people will go a long way II
It la c distressing to think that soon after Mussolini introduces -I way to find an excuse for not paying "- ,. f

civilization to Ethiopia the subjects' Halle Selassie Recipe a bill., After a couple of years The advertisements c
I We have no desire to encroach of delinquency an ex-customer of in'this paper,are a safe guide top
will be eating French and drinking Bromo Selt-
,, soon pastry upon the sacred environs of the ours dropped to say that the "
W zer just like'the rest of us advanced folks. '.- society department but mayn't we reason he had never paid up thebalance 411! buying: Read them every week. Keep in,touch with the
o print a recipe-Just this once T of his account was that

t President Roosevelt in explaining the need for change Local fishermen are bragging one time,when he made a partial latest news of price, style and quality:, Then buy with the
about sandwich
a spread preparedby payment we.wrote a receipt
in the order of things said: "The rules that governed an employee a caterer at Karlton Beach. A him on brown paper. He chose to I .surance-that you 'will get money's worth.r" .
in a blacksmith'shop'in the days of Washington can- quarter of a pound of cheese t* take this as aa Insult, saying that your
grated and mashed up with a bit the least we could have done was
,, ,not of,necessity govern the, relationship ,between ,the 50,000 of,W..... oil and a teaspoonful'of to hare written: his receipt on a I.

employees:of.a great corporation." ,i mustard-then spread on bread white paper. O tempore. 0 mores.'s I-. ... -o-- Joaoo.30'

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