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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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What Funny About A Fence Around Starke? GREEN :

C WPA Attaches Snicker, But Citizens Here .LABOR-RUMORS

Can Think Of Plenty Of Uses For It ** *"* HUEY LONG'3 DEATH
>. ED X USEFUL
UNCHANGEDBY ARE THOUGHT CONGRESSMAN

Perhaps It does sound other uses to which it could be ;
talk about building: a fence arounda put. Starke 'merchants would Although terming Huey

[ ELECTION town. but when It comes to a probably like to see it built substantially GROUNDLESSBradford "menace to the Democratic
choice between being' funny' and enough to Congressman Lex Green
prevent peddlers
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regret here over the ....
having cows in the front
yard from the outside coming il1
most residents here would choose 4-_ of the Louisiana Senator in
and
Interest As I selling gullible housewives inferior -
little the former and let the laughs fall goods at superior prices Quota On Rouge Sunday night.

Only Ninety where they may.A Local beaux old and would "He served a good;
young Canal
)Will BeTaken '
Congressman Green said
recent issue of the Florida doubtless
suggest that it be used p
Cast
Votes by using Long as a .
Times-Union'carried
a for
story say- excluding all desirable male : 'i
Ing that although Starke's "Fence- compromises' were .
from
nearby towns. Careful
wives """""-
\ HOOVER UNAWARE WASCANDIDATE' the-town project" had been approved will perhaps attempt to- patent SEVERAL FRO 1\1 IIERE of would the otherwise Industrialist have class been : j
FOR MAYOR by the State WPA It was considered some device to attach to the fence ARE '

unusual enough to be worthy that will blow a whistle every time ALREADY'A1' WORK sible.The. Congressman sent ; ;'Zl
was of the quietest of Bob Rlpley's "Believe It Or their husbands ;
What one pass the city llm Rumors heretat "nobody but lowing telegram to Mrs \ >>
I held. in Starke Not !!
city elections ever Its.In Marlon County malt are being employed "I extend to you and I
and went Tuesday wlth'onlyplnety Although the first considera- spite of snickers from'WPA
came on the cross-state canal" heartfelt sympathy and
and all inUBmbents tion in fencing the city' Is to attaches
elector..voUng pre- we think that a fence were believed to be groundless bV In your bereavement. "
retaining t.betl""efftcee vent cattle'from "goto" to town" i around the town is one of the most JA. : 4
Congressman R.
Green and E, my friend. America
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1W0ther year's term. where they often .become dazzledby practical projects yet proposed.Our C. 1<< 1
for Long. of the local WPA."There plain people have sustained '
There was no- qualified .opposition bright lights and wind up In the ,I next suggestion will be a must be a mistake," Mr. loss,"- (
for any of the 'Jobs and voters pound after sweeping' all edible screen over Starke to keep the Green said "I am sure that some .

apparently refused to take an greenery before them, there ara mosquitoes out.LITTLE. of our boys are already working r:

Interest In the election unless there there."' He> had planned a trip to 300 );

wai a good hot race on. .. canal headquarters at Ocala Thurs- ::

A. L. Alvarez for city marihal, FIRST ROCK DAMAGETo day to investigate the situation

Dolled the highest number of votes but later said,he did not think this To Work : : ,
JB the ticket -eighty-four. Carl necessary. jt I

Johns city clerk received eighty- Looks ,Good Berries Mr. Long, WPA director said r"

two X's in front of his name. W. yesterday that he did not have i ON ; (

M, Edwards and W L.-Wall, coun- enough information to discuss the !!
cllmen for two-year terms polled ON FARM ROAD FROM RAINSCROP mutter but tbiLt'he had been unofficially -I -

lixty- lx and seventy-seven respectively. Informed that the office 1 APPROVAL COMES' (

W. E. Mldlleton received ,-. her .would; receive notice of its )
RELIEF FOR ,
sixty-fobr votes to succeed him-, FOUNDATION SHOULD BE ON EXTREMELYLOW quota of men for the canal project VICTIMS {

lOll as mayor and, C. F..Hoover COMPLETE WITHIN LANDS SUFFERS in duo,course of time.. :) ;

bad his name 'written In" twenty FIVE WEEKS MOST 'Newspaperrrtjlorts; from Duval Approximately 300 men : : )

( times. and Putnam'bQ. u.' stated that ing worked >on WPA ':

Hoover Unaware Star'iites this week began to see Small damage to strawberry Marion Countyflibor: had been exhausted Bradford County this / !' 1

Following the election :Mr.'Hoover a vista of white rock take the sets except In extremely low place and that other coantle cording to a statement by

[ Issued a statement saying he place of what had once been a dirt has been reported following the were being called upon to supply; Long, In charge of \ :

wag "totally unaware and withouteven road always either. too sandy or heavy rains of last week. the demand.AThe( Putnam report the office here. ,I '

Intimation" that his name too muddy. A few growers have had plant stated that laborers would get,$30< Calls were sent out for

was being written in on the ticket The first load of rock was dumped killed on low lands where the water a month-but tha> $8 of this would to work on the repair of

for mayor until >.4 o'clock on the I onto'the grade of the Starke- rose completely over the beds, be.. deducted -as a subsistence. washed roads and 100 : '

afternoon of the election. Aa soon State Farm road Tuesday morn- but on moderately high groundthe charge. required on each of two I i.
u he found it out he' Immediatelywent ing and by Thursday the founda- rains did little harm except to In the meanwhile Congressman ordered under way by
and informed Dr.. Middleton tion had been laid to the first big set the plans back for about two Green's office hire has literally! laat week as an '

I he said. curve about a quarter of a mile week's growth.An been besieged by'Job-seekers: from sure to aid storm sufferers I
from the beginning the road at all parts of his district since workon I
"My ballot was only number even lighter acreage than state. These two projects :t
thirty-nine when I went to vote at this end. was set out last year seems In the canal project was an for the repair of county I'
Officials of the State ,Road De- nounced. Many only want lettersof ,
4 o'clock," Mr. Hoover said. "On prospect for Bradford County. A for the widening of : 4
thatthi( grade Is in recommendation but a few when '
from the polls I stopped to partment say definite estimate cannot be madeat Creek.
my way ,' that the questioned said they thought this
fairly good ahapt and this time however since some :
peak to a friend who asked me Although there has been I
rock foundation should be' completed was the "place to get the Job.". t
will continue to set
growers plant minute ,
how the election was going. I told extension of the
I him that I was number thtrty-nlno I the entire distance to the on into November. Stories of favoritism to Marion !for. submitting, projects to ''I.. }!
within five weeks If County labor were told by several
I and that I supposed the people State Farm Scarcity and high price of plantsare ington there has been a lull :
Starke soh> went to Ocala
| ''weren't turning out! tO"vote., be I" weather conditions are favorable. given as reasons for the light boys ,& work at the local office ,
ta the weekend 'were told '
Work at this end. of the road early
Weather conditions 110 "
cause there was 'opposition.: .. I acreage. worthwhile projects are
waa delayed considerably becauseof far have been generally favorable they said that th.r..wasn't, ft '
fiRS to hear I However Mr. Long expects :d
surprised him say
chance for them unless
heavy rains las*week but now. they were
that and pare a "white collar" '
there was opposition was I
residents of the
fifteen carloads of.rock a day are county;
more than puzzled when he aald submission before the end aald.'I!'
''* being unloaded by the L. M. Gray STORY HOUR I However, another group of men week. :
They're writing your name, in.. Construction Company contracted from here, Including the following ,
Mr. Hoover continued: "I immediately for the hauling by the road department TO BEGINWILL are believed to have already secured The following Bradford

went to Dr. Middleton'soffice Until the haul becomes BE HELD AT' Jobs on the big project!,,.!. projects have been approved '"

told him what waa happening longer at this end it will not be LIBRARY IN CLUB O. Boyd Vincent Alvarez Junior state WPA and have .

and advised him 'to start getting necessary for the company to use HOUSE: McDonald Ray Colley Russell Mc- warded to Washington for
and allocaton of
proval
the John Inman.
vote out. Its entire fleet of trucks. Rae and I

In the past Mr. Hoover has served --=' A story hour is to be started at "Every day looks like SaturdayIn Starke-Gradln&, I %
twelve terms aa mayor' of the library in the Woman's Club Ocala," those who visited canal grubbing about four miles ,
MOORE'SNEW and the construction
Starke and fifteen years as chair- GRACE : Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock headquarters and returned here way
bridges near here. Federal
man of the City Council. He said TRIUMPHCOMES I and will be In charge of Mrs R said Three shift are working the
|1 that although he appreciated the 'L. Kemp who has had three year clock around to get the necessary $8,614; sponsor's ;

Votes given him Tuesday he felt he TO RITZ, THEATRE I of expression and a course In buildings ready In which to house 255.Starke: '

owed It to the people here to state SUNDAY ANDMONDAY I story-telling. All children and workers and to set up offices for -Improvements I

that if he ever ran for office Again their friends are Invited. If suf the canal officers Camp Roosevelt Municipal Baseball Park \!
he would do so openly and not try flcient interest is shown the leader the base of operations and Is Municipal Recreational

to slip In on the ticket without an- To the Rita Theatre on Sunday may continue this stody-telllng a scene of feverish activity.' eral funds 11963.29: .Br-> : '(1'I t
hailed one contribution $3.348.00.; :
cornea what has been as ,
Bouncing his intentions .beforehand hour indefinitely. :
of the greatest musical pictures The Interest and use of the library TWO HOUSES LawteyBuilding a )

He said he Information ever filmed the dramatic romance shows a marked Improve- center and clearing ten ;
had no definite -
CHANGE HANDS
as to whostarted the "Love Me Forever which stars ment over the last two weeks of be prepared later Into )

movement for Grace Moore famed lyric soprano July. Although there Is no recordof diamond ball and football :
having his name DEALS COMPLETED ON
written in as ,' who took the country by storm in how many persons in a family Federal funds, $2,989; : '\
mayor. CLARK AND ROBINSON
her first film "One Night of read the books loaned the followIng contribution $538.: !/!
HOMES .
Love". figures will show the number Hampton-Building an ,
OUR GAME LAW 'Beautiful music is even more and kind of books borrowed dur The transfer of two pieces of to > the auditorium of the \;r
featured in this new film than in afternoons In ton Junior 'li
ing twenty-seven property here, deals for which High School \
GETS NOTICESOME the earlier one and Miss Moore August: Juvenile 122, flctlcin 196 have been pending for.some time, installation of a water .

SAY lend' her voice-to operatic selections Religious seven philosophy four were announced as. having been a pump house. Federal :;
DISCRIMINATION from "La Boheme." Also fea- sociology three useful arta three, concluded this Week 148: sponsor's contribution, : }
SHOWN
IN LOCAL tured are the quartette from "Rig- fine arts six literature eleven history R. F. Clark haa sold his home oa New Rivera-Repairs and
HUNTING BILL, "Funicull-Funlcula," "II and thirteen bona to school here. >
oletto travel biography N. Call Street to S. A. Weldon a building
Already' beginning to .attract Batlo." "Jingle Bella". "The Bells making a total of 365 books U. 8_ mail clerk' running from eral funds.$1,308 "' :

*t-wide attention \m BradforJ of St. Mary's". "Rings on My Fingers borrowed during the month. Jacksonville to Tamp. Mr. Wel- tribution, $2tlt._ '' :

vounty'i local game law. passed by ,' and the theme song "Love Some publishing houses have don has made sis horn here for Starke-Application seeks

the last legislature that makes It Me'Forever.", been very generous In donating the past four years on the old Theo with which to build an I''

anlawful for anyone except a resl- Next Tuesday and Wednesday slightly damaged books to the Thou place east ;of town. Th the Courthouse here "
dent of this county to hunt here "Accent on Youth" a new picture Public Library of Starke which trade of this farm property to Mr. originally started by the '

00 Saturday and Sunday of any made from one of the most are Included in the Jlat of all book Clark was Included In the deal Later it was taken over r /

week. -W M>pular.plays on Broadway last donated during the month of .August Sale of the'J'.-C.I Robinson homeon ERA, but was abandoned I !

Although the law was sponsored season, comes to the local screen. as follows: Madison Avenue to B., Jacobswas when found to be poorly I ; .
"T the local Fish and Game Club. Sylvia Sidney and Herbert Mar- Frankenstein Antwerp to Galli- also announced. Mr; Jacob and unsafe In construction. I I 1,;

doubt as to its constitutionality In ahall are.co-starred. poll. House of Bondage, Little will make extensive 'repairs sal Part of the addition \

III Present form baa been upre.ad ..- Thursday and Friday of next Men, God and the Croceryman also re-paint the place. built by the two previous )/;
In some quarters. It has been week the Rita will show "The Life and Words of Christ. My administrations will be'
laid of Jim Burke" with Little Kit ;\
by persons who refused to be Awakening Brother's Keeper. Three Stuart L. Chapman ed and according to the '
qUoted that Jack Holt. tens. Language and Literature In ;
and In it Is tlescrlmlnatory and Primary Grades Funeral services for Stuart L. lon "this Is being done for ,
order Kindergarten "
effective it 65: former' resident fthis tart, \:
Chapman
1I'OUld close Course In Woodwork
have to the two days I Near Here Elementary The
to Injured Gateways to Art and Industry county were held last week project application
non-rest-.ate .Threemen who refused to give Lowell System of Kindergarten from the home of' his daughter, for alterations and additions ;
the
\t However county. ? their name were slightly Injured Designing Child-Lore Dramatic. Mrs:"Andrew S. RuseH, la St. Aug. luting of a two-story brick ;
If no one chooses to whicB h ..Afterlea.- toe, containing court '
..eollteat the whoa the automobile in theywere Redder, Manual Training-Card nation, where (\(;
-"e. the law hunters her will riding struck cow and overturned board, Construction. Mission Fur- og Stark- :Mr. Chapman was connected bard room offices for the '

',ft least fields to themselves,' for a few mites south of town I niture and How tot Make It, Manual with a lumber company laacksonvtlte t1'. school superintendent C
two
'The law days a week., Tuesday night. They were Training Toya. Chlldren'BWgi1t.e. I and< retired fifteen clerk, a fir proof record ;

dose also provides, that If I picked up by a ping motorist My Country. Early Euro- ears ago. Surviving are his widow toilets. Additional ) I i;"t'
County except a resident of this 'and brought here for treatment. History Music for Young! I Mrs 8. L. Chapman of Miami; repairs to the old structure.

ttqulred wishes to hunt here h* Is One mad had bad cuts about the pean Children, Junior Songs, Assembly four daughters Mrs. R. C. McL oa, so planned. Federal funds, ,
to
fGunty first register with the head, but his wounds were not regarded for Every Occasion Ideals Mrs Alice Prtvett.' both of Jacksonville 6O9.lt sponsor's contribution :
his Judge and to pay a fee of as serious The owner of of Songs Heroism and Patriotism Holy ; Mrs. RUMen and :Mr... 23.95.. ;
fee is la addition to the automobile I L. Altcheson. both of St. '
UDtfDg the car said that h* was an Deadlock, Years Are So Long, So Frank :
license coat; Most :of It at Wlldwood. of Augustine; a stepson; 8. B. :Man- : :
W 10 to the dealer Big. .Th Rat, In the Reign Has Prized Flag : '
county achool fund I Story of Jean Val- sell and the following brothersand I
1 Hugo's
J" only Coyote Ramls.Charles' Flying at half-mast for '
( r sisters Mrs. J. S. )
the countytlJudge Townsend ClubThe Stories of the Daya Work i I.
fore brad The jean. Mannerlng, Irvlng's M. and E. B. Chapman, of Huey p. Long on the grounds
Townsend Revolving Pen Scott's Guy and rounding Congressman Lex
Sketch Jacksonville! ; W. .8.' Chapman .
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Irvlng'a ,
lPOpjots of meet In the Court Oliver Goldsmith home here Is the flag under '
** the law state that it sion Club will Pioneers Leisure Miss Bell Chapman New York. I
Women
Primarily Intended to dlacour- House :Monday eight September Book, I President Roosevelt was : !
"rle and Its Use, Christmas Story have Men ; '
week-end hunting parties 6. at eight o'clock. All out Day Twelve persons killed rated. Tb* prUed possession
Timer Valentine ,
lid the nearby clUe" that have flood- would like to help run poverty Christmas Science, Why In twelve year In automobile presented to him by the chief ,

......... County during the put few of our country should attend this Stories cf Outdoor Our'Hoildays, Lon ccldents on a U-mll stretch 01the Itect of the capitol building In :; >I
It wa" to lend-a belong I We Celebrate Trail DFunlak reclatlon of his loyal j
'tt ... not stated whether meeting prepared Shakespeare's Complete Old Spanish near ;
would of Julie Boret I the administration, MI5 Green \
be Florida
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temporary measur 'I III H. H. Young fj"
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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELL RAPU. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. 8EPTEMR.T.: .

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1 LAWTEY' BOA RAIN Make Early Dates {BUS SERVICE" MISSION HALL study, Dr. a. H. Lowry will conduct
An Interesting, helpful service First Thess Chapter 1, Verse 2, Bible,study next
\ \i O. J. Phillip. C.rregode.tStorm Mr*. Z. Z. Griffls, Correspondent ? week
1\1 For Canning Food l IS IMPROVED was held Tuesday'evening at the was read for ,the sponsors of the The public Is
\, DamageThe Mrs. Dan Bore and ," "" *,.* -- hour at the Mission Hall cordllllly IDVlle.l I
': Mr. aud T ;; :.n.' -sLf regular Mission Hall work, who are awayon to all the services
tropical hurricane that. children and Miss Irene Bore and Because of the cut Jn the canning I Beaking;:! .tT7>ftlrd( *,. for: the conducted: by the Rev; L. O. Hem- vacations. of God's word. for the stud}
X" swept in from the Bahama Is- Mr. and Mrs Ray Boree. all of force, the Horn' Assistantwill { number of schedule ,4h.xeffect'throughout ingway; who used as his subject,
Ilands last week gave the citizen Jacksonville, were visiting' Mr. and cover the canning for this I ''tbe'8lmmerIQtntb.; ., "The Unrealized Power of Christ.!

,,f of this place a small Idea of what Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis last Sunday aft- county and Union. It will be necessary -{Florida. Motor .linea' today offers Numbers of others took part In -

4 they are, did but little damage here ernoon: I for clients to make "date more transportation' service the music, singing, and Bible I"

except washout in the street and Mrs. M. J. Greene and children' early. To make an appointment throughout,tha..gntirai state than I For Expert RepairingSth's

r roads in this section and damaged have returned to Miami afterspendlnl' either come to the, office of the any other travel 'systemInauguratmg ;- Eugene Schleffelin first "introduced
i ,the recently set strawberry plantsin month herewith Rural 'Resettlement at the City' 1 :
the past I' elght round trip the starling and the English
There
this
section. were no
i '' relatives. Hall In Starke or write to the schedules daily'between; Jacksonville sparrow Into this country:'
homes damaged or personal Injuries -
Mrs. Ralph Gainey and children Home Assistant there. Be sure to I Miami and intermediate East I

reported. are visiting her mother, Mrs. O write in time to get a reply, Coast cities and a similar number GaragePhone
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W. Harrell, of Lake City this Most of the canning will be done between St. Petersburg, Tampa I I' Will help you finance
Canning Plant! week. at the Canning Centers a* heretofore and Jacksonville to take care, of Draw Your, Finn and Build

?c Persons desiring to use the Law- Mr. and Mrs Roy Griffis and but in some cases where the the h.avy'trafflo' during peak Your Home 120

tey Canning Plant are requested Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Orlffls were person or persons live a long way winter month during the height of W. W. WIHTTEN

?, to first get In touch with Miss visiting/ relatives at Belmore. Sun. off the Home Assistant will go to the tourist :season, all schedules General ContractorBox Wrecker .Service Day or Night
Helen Baer at the Starka City the home. have been retained throughout
235 Fla.
day. Starke
Hall who wUl complete all arrangements Joe GriffU and Those of you who have canned summer wUhOtti."CUttlng as was .
t for the plant will be Mr. and Mrs. in This,
days children were visiting meats know the importance and necessary previous years.
of Clay County
open. Griffls efficiency of home canned meats. according: to T.ft, O'Steen the general -
Zenas
Mr and Mrs.. :
y Not only do they give variety to traffic Inanaffer,' indicates '
Sunday. our tables, but you are ablo to orlda'. growing popularity a* an
Bonds
Working County A large crowd' attended the all-year-round tlon resort anj A GIGANTIC; :CLOSE
Large forces from the WPA are at the home save and enjoy parts of the "kUI.Ing" .OUT
birthday party given also the increasingly Important
i, busily engaged In repairing theM II that usually spoil or we eat .
his
of
in honor
of C. A. Griffis I business the
throughout
activities
county road from the city limits to who was to get out of the way,. We hope N .
nephew, Harvey Gainey entire state:
the State Farm which was badly his twentieth birthday. that each of you will plan to do Of RaeFURNITURE
j4p damaged by the recent high wa- celebrating cake and Iced tea some meat canning if it is only a Two special service buses limit-
ter. Refreshments of few glass jars just for a trial,That Ing atop for the special: benefit of
I I were served to about forty-five last can of baked ham will be good through passengers, i completingthe

4 Join Marines goes .. until you are ready to eat it, while 'trip between Jacksonville and !

',i? Howard Miner, eon of Mrs. Ef- GUM the> last piece of cured meat may Miami In eight hours fifty-five

tJ, fle Miner, was accepted for service BRANCH get a bit strong or salty. minutes, Including time for lunch
dt In the U. 8. Marine Corps at Miss Elizabeth Harnage Cor.. Often when we say canned and a limited run between St Petersburg -

f the Savannah, Ga.,, Marine Headquarters Mrs Wesley_Tlllls and children, meats. most of you think of pork, and Jacksonville placed in The Complete Stock of
office September 9, anJ beef mutton eta, but to have that service as an experiment have >,
a while
of Plant City, are spending
transferred to the Marine Base, Mr. and Mrs. J. longed for variety In our diet we proven the"moet popular, according -
with her parents
t Paris Island, S. C., for Intensive must Include poultry. Right now to O'Steen.
1 tranln A Marine must be something N. Norman.Mr. is the time to cull the backyardflock Florida Motor Lines recently
; of a sailor and everything and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and and that old hen or rooster purchased holdings of the Union I VAUGHNFURNITURE

:l of;a soldier. In addition to beinga Children were visiting Mr and Mrs that Is entirely too tough for any Bus Company, operating Blue Bus

seaman he learns to hike like an J. B. Sapp Saturday afternoon. thing except a feed store ,wlll.he Lines.,'in': peninsular Florida giving '
Infantryman and handle guns like Mrs T. N.'Norman and daughters "mighty" good after It Is canned -passenger* their..choice of two ;
Y an artilleryman: Mr. Miner la a : Helen and Dorothy, spent even Grandad can chew It. routes.between:Tampa and'Jack CO.

graduate of Bradford County High Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. -Rural Resettlement Office. sonville and,also through service ,

School, class of 1631 H. M. McRae. from Miami sjArUt East Coast to '426 W. Forsyth St.
Jacksonville
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Tate Alvarez and Fla.
l I Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE Lake ,City'and the North. ,
Personate children of Rising section spent I
Miss Rose Mae Rowe Is visiting the week-end with. Mr. and Mrs.H. The Board of county commissioners (Opposite_ Burbridge', Hotel)
CLKH1CB
of Bradford County will RFPowrStarke
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L. Edwards. .
friends In Jacksonville this week. I Flu. Sept. 1, 1985.
Sumpter Harley was a business Mr. and Mrs. 'J. B. Sapp and receive sealed bids, at their regular Court Report;: of the Clerk I of the Circuit Is Now Being,,Sold By
and meeting First Monday In October In andfor Bradford County,
E visitor to Savannah and Brunswick daughters, Marguerite Marie Florida, on account of taxes a.".... '
Selma, were guests of Mr. and A. D. 1933 for the purchaseof .d for the year 1934
Ga.
,' last week. FITCH COLLINS
Robert Gilchrist of Brunswick, Mrs. P. D. Reddish Sunday. ten cords of eighteen inch C. A. KNKJHT x Co h.otot' "IIIOIES-- FURNITURE CO.

Ga., is visiting relatives here this Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and wood, 'one-half to be of yellow pine leas BRADFORD COUNTY -
of the State Farm, .were light-wood and one-half to be of C...., Proper1o Low '
?t children Prices! Uberal Terms
week !
Balance due ________ '.830.93. .
Clyde Austin who Is employedby visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. green yellow pine split wood. Hy amount collected .____ 81!,18
Price to Include To Balance ._
delivery and due
Lk L. Conner, Sunday afternoda. aU8.eII
the State Road Department at '
Green Cove Springs spent Sunday I.]| ,Mr. and Mrs Marlon Browningand racking at the county ,jail wood, To Balance Fl.e due sad>__Forfeiture__.?*_?, I.7IJ.11 FREE DELIVERY
children, of Raiford, were shed. The Board reserves By amount colluded __..._. >JI34> .21
at his home here. th$1 ___.. __.
guests of Mr., and Mrs. H.' L. Ed- right to reject any and all To Balance due : ....I 1,4s9'o0,
Paul Turner of Miami is visitingrelatives Vmmmtr Road and Bride
this wards Sunday' (Signed) A. J. Thomas., Clerk. To Balance due __ 6,449.41 Within' 1OO Mites '
and friends here Purchases
I A large ,crowd from' here attended C-- By amount collectedd..__ 924.81 .on of $100 or Over
week 1 To Balance due _________ 4,52106>>
the Bradford County SlngI Small American flags missing .Cvmmtr aeb..l Qe.eral
W. H.. Edwards was a business. from veteran at Port To Balance due _______ __ 3,998.11
I log Convention at Wateroak grave Huron -
k1- visitor to Gainesville Friday.: By amount CoJleot.d780.94 :SAVE 25% :TO 50%
Mich., found'to
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were Church Sunday. were have to lIal..n' du. -----r,. T.63..7 ; .
i been used by to line C..rtr P.tls
Visiting In Waldo Friday after- chipmunks To Balance due _-______, 108.00 '
4 I their nests.: By amount collected ..... __ .
RISING 14 00
noon. -
YOUR
C To Halance. due _______ '91.00 USE CREDIT :: ,:::pa fitspecb
Miss Luella Tatum of DeLand Is Miss. Edna Lewis, CorrespondentMrs. "'..t.1 S.-.e..ol R.arl.r
qI visiting' her sister Mrs. G. M. Roberts Three hundred and thirty-seven To,Balame due ___-__*,__, 7,78948 1?
l' this week.C. J Gladys Edwards and son thousand Bang's disease tests To By amount Balance collected due ____________. 758,15 extend !YOU'their most" generous terms, and-your purchases, bought at sacrifice -

Dlnkins was a business visitorto were the guests of her parents, were made on the cattle of 2 ,OOO 'Total ..-....._..| Bo-.,..*7.018.83* prices, will be. handled on convenient payment without eambg
Jacksonville Tuesday I Mr.' and Mrs. Walter Underhill, American herds In July by work. To Balance due _________ 4.388.91 charges. say :
By amount collected ._ .,_ 41838 .
of the Bureau -
Mrs. Gladys Rowe and little son Sunday. ers of Animal Indue- To Balance due _.______ 3,970.56 '

of Jacksonville are visiting relatives I"" Miss Vera. Lee Lewis was the I try. To 'Balance Willow''due *_ .Ftmxlom-_______ The Greatest
+ .." *- > m.91 Furniture
and friends here this week. dinner guest of Miss Elna Connerof -i By amount collected ----- 89.03 e' Cbse Out Sale for 1935
'". Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carradlne Gum Branch Sunday., Oats, rye or rape will make a To Balance due 414.87

were visitors to Jacksonville Sun- Mr. and Mrs.. Martin Oliver of good gracing 'crop In northern Rod**...BrtdR.....* JI'latere.t... .426 W. Forsyth .Across
;, day. Plant City are visiting Mr and Florida this winter, if planted the To Balance due '-,__,- 18.1'74.08' ; from Burbridge. HotelS

Cbas. Brooking of Gainesville, Mrs. J. L. UnderhilL latter part of September or later. To Fly amount Balance collected due _'___?_-___,_'" 18,930.17,

a was business visitor here Mon Mr. and Mrs.Joel Jackson, of '
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and S

day.Postmaster R. R. Thede Is spending Mrs W. C. Conner Sunday.

j his vacation In Chicago, 111. and:! Mrs M. L. Lewis and children
other Midwestern cities. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rus-

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Qinklns had sell Carter, of HeUbronn Springs, alt"

as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Sunday.- "
r 'Mrs Robert Dinkins of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hersey of ,ti. .

and Mr. and Mrs. L. F, Din- Jacksonville were recently visiting .
,4 kins of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. H..H. Lewi a .

,,4, Mr. and Mrs J. ,T. Moor of Oecar'Crosby and Fred Hatslop ,

., Plant City spent the week-end were In Jacksonville Thursday.. ,.,., Cigarette. "Half-Ma! ; : *'* what
here the of relatives. --.
guest
SAXTON pt men on.;the march call U'when
k x<
vie-9 : Mrs. W A. Tyler. C.rreperde.e they,atop for restand a cigarette.

In various points of North Caro- Mr. and Kr-r K. Degolla of ," .." ,
lina returned to, his home here f.; ,

1 Sunday.,Prof. A. 'E. Maxwell, spent the 'with Jacksonville her parents spent,. the Sunday Rev. here and Cigarette Halt.. Pass around the .

Mrs..E L. Hicks.
week-end at his home in Green Chesterfields. It's
Cove W., R. Swanbom, who Is employed ,, a corking good

Miss Beatrice Miner left Sun 'in Ft. Myers, spent the cigarette. They have
taste ,
day for Tallahassee where she will week-end here with his family. yes. ,

enter the Florida State College Miss Dorothy Swanbom left plenty of it, but not strong:
she
for Women. Monday for Tallahassee where
? l.y will spend her second year in college Chesterfields
..( -- ,- ,are, mild, but they

'. Rental, by the and AAA benefit to farmers paymentsmade un- O. ,T.; Nelson attended-church at .,,, are.,not'insipid, or flat.

jj, Or adjustment contracts totalledM LawtejrJBunday* .r
Pass"around
;,' ,t38,812.1T during the fiscal Mr and Mrs. Theodore' Crew, the'Chesterfuldse

year July J,1934 to June 30, 193 of Lawtey,' spent the week-end
her with her parents, Mr. and

.:t Mrs.,John Bell.
Ns The Rer. B. L. Hicks filled his
; MrMUp If regular appointment here,Sunday.
lmtta! infR .
tt l 1VMhl I Do? ANOTHER FLORIDA SHOW

JACKSONVILLE Florida 1* to '
another big exhibit:of Its $
stage
4 % "e' -
.
; resources and attractions, such as
it staged In Chicago during the
great International expositions of

,, ,,'.JI... 1833 and 1934.: Thisi time the
show will be staged In Radio Cityor

/tt' : .Rockefeller Center., right In the

.. :.,. ..,...... !, heart of New York City. where a 4\ r,

}tow- many-t';'i- has a Head- great space:larger thai was used >x
c, In Chicago has been secured In the $Uf .<>
.f_ a \tP tined :"our day's work-
*
of the
, International Building:; one
* ) ".>*r. r< AlkaSaIber7 that AlkVt -- imposing structure which mate!
k i --f elves unusually prompt and Radio City one of the wonder of '
, ,t efeeu": relief from Hradach"liy, the world. The show will open %
'i, JIke-Seltzer for Acid IndigMtioa, and win continue tot
:' )Sciatic,,t.fu; >,PatnaAlkaSeltzer' MUBIUJ.Ir.Uc. ,.and Dec.three 1.months next or until March I. 'i-' I 4'a'

The New Tork exhibit will be held
contains an naked
sit (Actyl-SUayl: .) for pala nllef.r.tab" under the auspice of Florida National ..
Ita } and mineral alfcallxer Exhibits ''. non-profit association .
+. ._,. 'when du* to ..- Incorporated under I the : -
acid. chesterfield
9 cm act ot 1923.
At drag stem sad fentahiM fa tka& MILDER
:year --.-- I .. ,cigarette :
a" In sad teat Backs*.* toe t
-- Vetch, such as I* planted .*,"' .. '

...." winter cover crop, makes a good Chesterfield
Ma'' 6w n crop to sour la the corner of the 0*539,. die ':TAS1ESBPAGE '
'WJ'jf -". t<1 lIE' flower garden.; tManaMv Tor>mCo. .. cigarette' ;


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STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13.. .1935. NUA11tER ONE
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B. H. S. JOURNAL SCHOOL DAYS .' -
EDITORIALS DWIG
WINS SECONDIN By BRADFORD HIGH TO HAVE I

STUDENT GOVERNMENT
the Best Interest Clfp.DFORO NEWS CONTEST ;
paroled to -
Elections Likely To Be Held In
SCHOOL
mOil Awarded Diploma By tl We Elementary Chapel ''
VATC) VIP tMr't ., Harly October-PrtwMenfc

Patrons and AlumnaeNote University of air Res 9b Die flub Mint Be''' Senior
Bi leals' Florida Though It was four days late, ,-

-- .- TNnea Ie'S A9oU1 etoQxeDOtt' elementary chapel was held the The Bradford County High 1 'i
When the remainder of last "- JapQ "" third
period Monday. .
STAFF $ School shall have a Student Coop. ;'
EDITORIAL A. W, ADder110I1 ,years B. H. S. Journal staff started FIR GOSH Swes, tr! First was a song "The MornIng erative Government again this J

Edltor.ln-Chlef--- Jr. I' to school last Monday week CRACK KVE.1. Prayer" which was sung. by year, a ii
pleasant surprise awaited them. all.
Edltltf.Dorolhy ,White The election of officers will
They were shown a large sheet of Following this was the Sa- r
Sodety Tiurtrl 1I Flag
Iarjorl, :Marwick: 1 probably take place the first Fri tQ
(Literary Editor pretty paper resembling a diploma Hal / : lute and another sung, "Jesus In
day October.
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Joke --AlicehRoyeater will wording to the effect that Loves Me.

EdItorial Editor Editor.___-Y&rle ThedeEelDentary tht B. H. S, Journal had won second ;i"::;% vfaJt 'Ferist+,na, yal po 1D0'"' .. Announcements and a talk on I The officers, Secretary are:. Prealdent.VicePresident ,' Treasurer -,

prates place in the State-wide High sr v oa school by Mr. Gray concluded the i and
Editor -
Reporter;
Eunice WWlams School newspaper contest (class )x I'j ; N s r ""'mod NICttLay program. ,
------- A) conducted $ The President must corns from
_-- ... by the General Extension s Next Thursday's will
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program the Senior class, the Vlce-Presl-
Division of the Universityof ;c5JuPS
Inaugurate the relnstailatlnn of
Of Thanks Florida. dent from the Junior class. the ;
i the which
program system by one
Secretary from the Sophomore
By "Class A" we mean that we room will have changes of the program
class, and the Treasurer must !be
W.wlah to take this opportunl- came in second among the High each week, starting with the '
a member of the Freshman class
to publicly thank the Bradford Schools that had their school pa- sixth and going on down the line.
ty The reporter may be chosen from
Telegraph and Its pub- per in their county paper. Thursday Miss Strickland's sixth
County any of the four grades. All officers t'
for their kindness and,co- We are proud of this accomplishment > grade will have charge of chapel.
l16bere as to-have // must have an average of at, i;
operation in Permitting and hope to take first place They say they have a very good least "B" in scholarship.

/paw lntlelc.paper. this year. it.possible. ,". e 4S program. ,_ The Congress of court which the
their con- : '--.e ,
,''We .ball try to Justify : President presides over Is made up

I! and find worthwhile in us by news A LETTERStarke STATE LENDS of one pupil from each high school 3'' '

S ng SCHOOL BOOKS room. This representative 'is elect
aDd features every week. S / ed by the members of the room he ,
Florida '
'(Signed) THE STAFF. -- represents In the court are two
.' 9 September 4, 1939. ? An Exchange" Of Text Is Put Into members of the faculty. )

j A Real Friend I Dear received Hugh your; letter this morn- / Practice Year" This The committees are the attend.. ,'

i d ante Cheer-up, Office, Library
r, ing and I was very glad to hear e PN -
,
'v Traffic Squad, Manners and Morals -*
know what a
'HOW many people from you. The Florida State
Legislature
Chapel, Girl's Reatroom and j ,
t\1end\ Is 1 Most people take aMend Yes, I'm going to school this v., r passed In Its last meeting, a bill Condition of Halls, Boy's Restroom

M a person Just to help ; year and I'm a senior too. v providing for. the appropriation of and Condition of Halls

pan way the time.will A stick real by friend Your mentioning school broughtto $300,000: to give the high schools of School Grounds, Flag, and last buty

k. I person that you my mind a, I might say casual Florida free school texts. not least a Committee of Ushers. *
and thin: The d oe-
thick The Bradford
through Incident which happened to me County HighSchool Members of the several committees -
and dearest friend a person received a relative small
lit this summer h T' and their chairman are select
-Mother. No matter what e amount of school
books
bIB 18 (only
1R'
As you know, I had a Job as ed by the court.
a girl or boy
lhame or disgrace ; about $2,000 worth) and as each The ''
of the Student Cooperative
IIU brought to his family a moth- clerk In a grocery store during va- h SMOKe R.CIJARACTER'IS pupil needs a little more than six object
Government Is to make
cation. One hot afternoon in the
r will not let hIm down.The dollars worth of books (otflclalaveral"
fit
middle of July, I was in-front of I Bradford County High School p
ying A friend In need la aprlencl 'To, "E .R "T ) per school year one can
Healthier. Happier. and Better
the store washing chalk signs off
Indeed" Is very much true. see how Inadequate this amountwas.

When a person Is In trouble that Is. the window., (That's surely a hard A So to. make both ends meet school r
look around; who
Everyone
thing to do, as know to see
real friend Is needed. If you your a glgantlo "school-book
then a cycle" was
BOOK SHORTAGE you think would make the best' officers 'J
HONOR POINT
re will live right, be a friend to sorrow). I happened to look aside put Into operation. Its substancewas .
and Vote for them.
will always have amend and I saw a young man of about TO BE 'LIBRARY' SYSTEM "You bring last '
others, then we STRESSED FACES TO BE your year's NOTE: Junior High (Seventh
friends waiting to help eighteen, shabbily clothed, leaning books and the school will
or give you
IN NEW COURSEMuch USED and Eighth grade( students will be
dejectedly against a nearby lamp HERE yk
u out It Is worth while to remember Shortage'of Magazine !. Also your this year's books. allowed to vote. '
Emerson's quotation: "A post.1 I looked harder: for It seemed Making Itself. So far the plan has worked admirably

friend la one with whom you may I to me that I knew him yet I Needed Subject Is Introduced Felt A Bradford "B" To Be Given though, of course, there ----

be rtncere." I could not place him. (Have you Here This Year -,- ThOM Who Earn was a shortage of some books andover First Grade News''

ever had that feeling when you Principal S50 Points
By Gray The High School Library open. supply of ethers.Enrollment -
look at some person who is, apparently We to
are striving win the. ,
Second Grade News ed last Thursday morning In spits
a total stranger to Into school this there In connectloH with offered Mr
you our year, of its lack of books and shortage our new Is Record prize by Gray, by hawIng
; that you have at some time or la being Introduced one of the most "Character Educational Program"we the best room la the ..clloolThla t
Ulan Kitty Housed! Teacher other known or met him? Felt needed and yet most neglected of magazines.The have a new "Honor Point Sys means In cleanliness attract\ 4

.We are sponsoring a picture that elusive nameless feeling of subJect-character Education.It library hasn t one new book, tem." It Is the purpose of this The Bradford County High : Iveness and In discipline. +

I How, "The Healer," "to help. buy bafflement that comes at not be- la geenrally considered that not one magazine subscription, not system to encourage students to School broke all IU past records] Mrs., Klncaid'a room. 1,

(applies) for our room. ing able to name or place this per- education without character ia useless even a dally newspaper! c try to make a total of aGO pointsby this year with a total of 804 pu -

The following pupils were 'reItttUy son?) He met my glance, I could -worse than useless. Everyone In this hour of need the library Christmas. All making 300 pUs, or in other words, one half of

appointed as monitors of. see the light of recognition come knows that criminals have no Is calling on you kind townspeopleto points of' over will be given' the the school going children of Brad- Notice To Seniors

|ear room for the first semester: into his eyes, a weak, forced smile character and by the same rule, please give the library some of honor of wearing the'' big red ford County attend Bradford High -

Doctor and Nurae: Leon Gray, came to bU lips. He spoke to me educated criminals are worse than the magazines you take after you Bradford "B"' which, heretofore, School. Though It is at times a Elections .of Senior Class Officers -,, air

Ir, and Evelyn Newaom\ ,At the sound of his voice his Iden uneducated ones ,' have read! them/*'/!*. only thus' who excelled In athlet- difficult problem_ all students are will take place the last of 1

IIC3D1 Policeman: Ralph Alva- tity dawned on me. I recognizedhim We feel sure you will not fall us Ics-were permitted to wear being taken care of. September' y;

V.I. ___ *_.m_ A_ rhrtnl.. ___n mate of__ _mine__n who I, It is a fact that environment, observations In this time of need and we shall "Points will be given for good +.'. ? Marie There, acting treasurer v( ,
of ear and eye associates Miss Martha
had when we were in the I' feel grateful to for kind i Powell, now Mrs. the Senior Class reports that a
!Room! Janitor: Austin Smith. quit and health are the main factors you your deeds, for assuming the burden of Glenn Wood
: makes her home at balance of about
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answered his So It (t1J) was carried
I sixth I
Librarians: Agnes) Lewis and grade. query in the building up or tearing generosity. you have soma class and Student Government offices in Starke.
I Glpua Cooper. aa to how I was and asked him down of. good character. Hence books or magazines"' you can let us for sports, for giving talks, present over from last year. .__ qy
how he was. .He wasn't so good, have please see or notify Mrs T.
Messenger Boy: Jerome Johns. the school Is trying to give the eta As each of thees count from I
I, Distributor of Supplies: Marlon I found out in the course of our pupils the best surroundings; Is T. Long (Library Supervisor or B to IS points,one can readily see '

|banning conversation. "Still goin' to giving them good literature to Miss Katie Fugate (Chairman bow It supplies the Initiative need -
j school?" he asked. I replied thatI the Library) and .we. will gladly ed In this "Character Educational '
1 Care read, Is selecting and presenting
of
plants an4: flowers: 11.iAWmsCHOOLNEWS' "I
was and that I was a senIor. call for them. Program" -11
Uary Frances Powell and Sarah constructive talks and lectures;
llama Cruz "I wish I bad kept on," he said has in its* faculty the best teachers The librarians for this term have A list of services and the number

Black Board and Bulletin Board looking down at such.his shoes, If one and is giving many courseson been selected. They are as fol- of points each is given Is listed ,_ ,
them
could call health and well being. lows: below; .

.Monitor: W. B. McKlnney.:, When I asked: him why he.told. Every morning the fIrst quarter Edna Pearce, Frances Lee Peek Holding Class office._.3 to 15 Pts. LAWTEY JUNIOR HIGH project recently. In this, Eat U.,'

We are going to'elect'offibers c>four me how he bad been living on the hour of the day Is given to a pro- Margie McMillan., Katie Fugate Student Govt office.. B to 15 Pts. SCHOOL NEWSPAPER STAFF Austin ranked first. Those da- ',

room us soon as we become relief and had been cut off.. "Just gram consisting of the reading of (Chairman), A. W. Anderson Jr., Giving talks on Character EdItor-ln-Chlef nerving honorable mention Include> '

better acquainted with each other the other day I had a good Job the Bible, Prayer, discussions on I lona TUlman Florle Killings- ElL LORENE GREEN Clara Mae Harley tae Rosier' ;
Program8 to 10 Pts.Belnl' .
We have been reading about offered me but I couldn't take It, honesty courtesy, all character worth John Godwin, Virginia Fu- in Literary Editor Alone Austin. Elisabeth Plum-

Charlie and his pets "Bingo" and 'cause I ain't got a good enough traits and talks and lectures on I gate Eula Mae Dyal and Marie Chapel MARTHA WELLS mer and Carl Edward. Atten.... ,
""Topsy so we have'all brought education. So here I am. I don't character and the factors which Thede. I Programr,..... 5 to 10 PU. Clara Mae Harley, Elisabeth tion Mr. Rlpleyf I.'

pictures of for' know what I'll do." I had to turn building of 'fat monthly; .average of Plummer AsnlstantsEDITORIAL ;.
pets our "Pat are Involved In the up The motto of the library>' : '-
Show, which is being displayed back to my work. I thought over good character. "Quick service with a smile."'.. "A'4... 15 Pts. Society Editor!: It' \'&,

CIII the bulletin board.. hU words. The more I thought of The Student Government's most -- --- --, A monthly average'of MARY EDWARDS an ill wind that blow no"good. +If.i',

.. them the deeper they sank into Important division is its "Manners 0" ....._._;.- 10 PU. EvelynPrevatt, Assistant .had Several of the Junior high' 'j
Post Graduate News :, bay the fortune of al.r, "
being
I suddenly ga4that :
my mind. was The A of Joke Editor
commlftee. monthly PIPS
JOKES : : and Morals" f average "Cv5: lowed to
pick fallen ($
I was going to school that I CARL EDWARDS up branches")'y
members of this committee go to Debating _.-._.._5 to 13 Pts. the
*. W. had the opportunity to learn, thatI the different rooms and give talks ;\ Miss Louise Snyder has recureda Basketball _....... 5 to 13 Pis. Karl Shuford J. C. Prlogle, on campus Better to* work off demerit h '
Anderson What Is an Oillbullt had a chance to be somebody. Job with the Bradford,Telegraph Assistant behave boys There "
on manners health honest, perae- Library work __ ?_. 5 to 15 Pts. Isn't another
John storm in
I felt ashamed of the Umes vtrance, kindness, carefulness and [writing social news. Newspaper work .._.-d to. 15 Pt.. Sports Editor sight t

John Godwin: Well, A. W.. he is when I had grumbled and growled many other good subjects. will: leave Outstanding LESLIE PREVATT v

I fellow who goes Into a,, hotel at my parents because they everyone Is enthusiastic and F Leslie Biggs soon for Scholarship5. to 13 PU. Elementary Reporter Our lenient' coach advise who. y''

Without baggage and asks to',.have : made me go to school ashamed of eager. The desire to learn and unlimited { DeLand where he will enter Stetson Beautifying home PATSY ROBERTS lever i came in and borrowed his

a check cashed the times I bad caused my teach of the studentsis University trouser from his 'room .Withoupermls.lon
because of cooperation room .____?_...../5 to 10 Pts.More I
ers time and trouble Initiative is to say nothing of
remarkable. The I F not 3
Elaine Wynn-Wen; ;: .. of I Misses Mary Lucille Torode and ( will be added later)
tbla'd pre. my stubbornness., lack cooperation supplied by the "Honor Point Sys The recent storm returning them might do so at
The students' home teacher gave us. '
lion room '
Is Marwlck left '
over the Dorothy Saturday their earliest th'
rich will be richer unpreparedness.Hugh patterned after convenience No
tem',-a system will break. We had a vacation of two
keep record of points received
and the that schoolsaren't for Tallahassee where they will enter -
poor I realize now questions will be asked.SOCIETY.
the Tampa
poorer the one now used by and one-half
'We days and while we
hope a lot of "B's" will
prisons Florida) State College for Wo
Earneatlne Andrews,"Tea and I put here purposely as High Schools. (A detailed discus-. be won; regret the damage done our I

Presume the ones that'are neither to shut us up in, but as Institutions don of the "Honor Point System"will men. wtgy .- brains ( 7') have rested. .
WlIl be neltherer.r to teach us useful and need- be found elsewhere on this -*

,. --.:..... ed things of life to give us a ) Robert Chapman will go to the' mar school this. summer at Gainesville Our efficient Junior high teacher
page. University of Florida i at'< Gainesville and she now holds a position We understand that while theteachers
'IP Kay chance. result of this Char.,. : )(re. L, H. Hill
Carlisle visitorat
: Raymond As a direct "' visa
-r a 3. th"r. B.' R.iAT QfOce
W re was Babe Ruth born f To my mind comes sorrow for acter Educational Program, 'we ..,,,this-year.< l .' I.J-" "" have received' their.pay, Bt,.Augustine during the week-
fc-aaymond alone who are ao foolish'am to dislike physical.spiritual Mr| -i ',- ;. part of this went. In ant unusual end. fns
... Plummer :J-don't to raise the mental
."':<<". Al Kay. '. or quit school and two lines I 1 hope and moral standard of Miss Irma Stockwell will leave Dotiaid McRae Is going to Plant way. One of the teachers spent '
'A Kay two lines of truth Tuesday for Lakeland where she City where be Is to be employedin part of hers to get her stalled car -
N Carlisle from a poem to even higher plane
; : Where, was the schools an Mrs.. E. A.
Edwards .
will attend Southern out of the our
-k "' to College. an- orange plant. water but inasmuch U 'capa-
rc ? and meaning. We hope'
JJtmpsey
boraf it la now on.
,than ble
sixth
o "" don't grade teacher, visited
-- we want to leave town in a bar
Ymond PJwwnerJ!" '.ii(; don't "For of all sad words of tongue j better the chances of the students\ 'Miss Cadman Jett"l husband in Jacksonville
or teaching them' to Frances )'errlU Edwards/ now workingat hurry we're not mentioning any over the
pen -
world by
P'At Y5t Kay Carlisle:,Why Raymond The saddest are these- ;,c "It might be In the honest and upright In all their' she day will for enter Tuscaloosa the University Ala.;, where of the A.. *- ,P._Store here.; I,names. weekend .- '

Irell't have been. and, above all, we wish to -
'
[!are10U1. very'gooei Ja. .history .,. >Your sincere friend. make dealings them the best men and women Alabama. Miss Audrey Carlisle is 'In Quin- Back a half a century: Old nob- Musses Evelyn and Elaine Maxwell a

:'_ A..W..A. that the world has even. known. -/ cy where she will take a post-grad- bin gave the Chevrolet a band Ue visited' us In school here .hut s.1
V. illU Edward Lend iii.'cIol1ar'o -- Charles PendeeJa. employed by I uate' course at -Oadsden Hll'bSChOOl. other day as the result of storm Monday., '

ti.tLaclall! 'Oil, Lucian..?' vAlvar New Teacher' AddedThe : ,Need Of Spelling the Bradford. Cleaners" ;'JI.'i';. 1 ; and RltsTheatn. -- [other damage than done the to the vivacious roads. None Mrs. Edna: and .- :'l

Cant do It. rm Blake Jackson is employed at I Evelyn Edwards spenj'

'''' from my way to borrow" a iol- Bradford County High The seniors have found out this Miss Dorothy Sapp is working at the Starke Telephone office by Futch the cam old reliable in the routs other tbe morning horse the week-end' at Klngsley Lake ?".

r t.) Bill Edwards Uro. Howard i .. School has broken all previous records of- week, if not before, how very bad Leila' Beauty Salon and wagon'' Mn.. Futch needs a ,,1 with .Catherine, Woolen.Msttl /1

i 9k *** and : That'. good. Make with a faculty membership ly they need to study spelling. The Edward Wainwright is with the medal for reliability.' .t

as' then you can give, me thirty, the thirtieth member being flnt--week or two the English > Edwin Torode works. in Torodo's, C..C, C.. Camp In Calhann,*Louis' Edith Rowe visited Ma' ;ri;
;HOB
wife of Mr. C. ; )Sapp In Jacksonville over the \
Howard their
of
Mrs. C. M. will spend part Garage. iana. ,
classes la studying
ancient history our weekend.Tbe
.- -,' Junior Horn Room [ .
M. Howard in a very essential and Impor- ,
time teacher recalled the connection.
Cliange In Honor:RoliLb teacher.. Mrs. Howard was addedto tant part of the English work- Miss' Fria Hemingway .Is .:Joe Edwards is an employee at between our history and a recent Lawtey- /"
the force because of the exceeesize helping In the J. R'Store. TipTop Grocery. P. T. A. postponed] t
-.7'- .. "- She spelling. Sunday school lesson. Wake tip, their play, "Ma Sweet' Family ;,,
,.!here III to be ,.: of' the filth grade. Is so often assumed that we --- J -
evangelists
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lIs itera .1
....'. i! igbt ;. Indefinitely' acouat of unfavor. +t".
In the method of:the' '' teaches grade ft B. know or'should know how to spell William Wooten and Kceffee Ronald PltU has been In trainIng \ : his
HODO able
weather condition.' '
11011 System this year The change I ? ., ,--. by the time we are in high school. Harrell were offered a scholarshipto at Fort-Screvn, 0.,' for the We are, all very enthusiastic ,expected to The play' ';

t. -tow 4, attenclanceAayoD> !''absent Senior Class Small. The study of spelling Is often ne Carlisle Military School In past few weeks about the prospect of the school way. go over in a big ,, '

I than twice or tardy one will most other classes this glected. Spelling is very essential South Carolina because of their aurs project peps. We understand "'v
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lot ,Unlike'
be i continued through wonderful acb4evemats co the James .Hair Is working at his :1't'' )
011 the should be that
and plan
smaller made
Honor Roll the senior class is are being The Lawtey P, T.. A'wW'l1oW ,
gb last year two the high school as well as college. football,field: They are making father's sawmill at present", tor a special nurse ,assigned. to, their < ij\ :
)year ft has been in years monthly meeting than 'e
only o at 'rBCtwo '
. t .. only _"- .. as effort to take_atfeaatage of this '. ._ our school. Splendid Now all we ____
mda I "I' dII total .....'of seniors twins r day September, In t* school yp';;;
taa"R4L I Mls Mrs offer. Miss Elizabeth HoW -orth is need
193133I Geraldine John, now I* some sick children. '
.A. with the auditorium at .::00 o'cloclr. The'
.ftJap: .A i tT compared .try' ";
(In Galaesvill taking the business course taught
'yoke Pupils members and the 1933- Louisernigan.. resides third' and fourth grades 'will ea-A1 ,
) of 54
eligible I class
Honor
or '
.. *. I Mlle M. E. Wynn attended run hero by Miss Hope Haynes. \ W* bad aa eight grade history i UrUm with, a "
air Citizenship must,be r-A7... I 34 class of 84 members.. *. ...,program y'.e 4.airy A I,.'
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:' ,FOUlt BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STAIUQB\ !:, FLORID f" + -: ___ __

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'.: To Attend W, M. S. will-

T LQ f DA< 11'47'' 6MNff I IY Ir + ConservatoryPaul Meet MondayThe

iSOCletyjShepardMorris E. Knight, left Sunday for Woman's Missionary ,
; Cincinnati, Ohio where he will be ety of the Methodist Church s 2t

i Clr.2u.s.eGtATlV& a student at the University of:I meet Monday afternoon, WIQ
Sept,
Cincinnati and the,Cincinnati Conservatory at three-thirty o'clock 18,
m. at
the
} of Mualo. church. Business and

Announcement Party plW @jJgtf'll'IS While attending the Universityof meeting.: devote

Florida Mr. Knight was the .
Mrs James Shepard For Miss Shepard viiu.o/NzaeDA-. staff pianist at station. WRUF, 'There are -

AS A OW. GPG G-- the Council, approximately 9.000,.
announce the engagementof Mrs. C. A. Knight entertained '. ;, member of Lyceum 000 delinquent and needy
afternoon .;'\: and White Friars, and President of In the United cblldl'eQ
Saturday States.
delightfully
her daughter, I AN/ .
with a bridge party, honoring her' y ,tryt..:, .Z '1" the Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
Belle
Lena nlng the
sister Miss Lena Belle Shepard. young people enjoyed;
p' to of her home, where ) : loclal.
The room ,' Epworth League
;
i Donald J. Morris, the players sat, was tastefully dec S 1. Has SocialMrs. Hostesses for the evening Were
'
i son of Mrs. Marlon orated with radiance roses and WI .u'11 Margaret Hair Rubye Dampier
,y I. baby breath. E. K. Perryman entertained and Clara Flume. ASBIsted>
l l Ji McDonald Morrla, Mrs. Perryman, by
, During the last progression (If .: the members of the Intermediate who served re-
: }' of Blalrsvllle, Pennsylvania.The bridge, little Betty Hayes entered ;;'!') ii, Epworth League at her freshmenta of Iced tea and BaIId-

, wedding will take place In through the front door, dressed asa
,}; Starke, Florida, during the early newsboy, calling "EXTRA, EXTRA i This- affair was a combination Misses Dot Bishop, Rubye Dam.
..... pier, Clara Flume
part of October. I'I'If !" The announcement of Miss 3 c; : business meeting and social. Virginia Fugate, ,Margaret Katie Fue u,

{ Shepard's engagement was givenIn The early part of the eveningwas Margie McMillan, Frances Hair,
Celebration the form of a special edition of devoted to business. Several Peek,
Birthday ;e ;la Lillian
.o .. .,". Stump, Carol White
the "Hllllard Hen, a newspaper committees were appointed and Lorvw
. Mrs. T. N. Kendrick entertained published at the home of Mrs C. attention was called to the election Phillips and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., A.
W. Anderson Jr.
) last Thursday afternoon with a C. Shepard, the honoree's mother. of officers to be'held next month. Billy Lone. N.T
, : In honor of her Ritch, Willis Smith, AI !
p surprise party The entire front page was occupied Kay Car
the latter of the lisle
During part eve-
with this surprising bit of
celebrated; lews. r (, -

'ry" The rooms of the home were Miss Hazel :MIddleton was awarded .'
: decorated with pink flowers and high prize for bridge and Mrs.
y.t! fern, carrying out a pink and A. Z. Adklns received second high. OUR OWN White louse Brand

' L green color scheme. In the center Miss Shepard, the honoree, received Evaporated
fS'f of the dining table was the large I of from D
a lovely piece ,lingerie, c'
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cake adorned with seventy-six TEA
Mrs Knight
,
Ii;
f pink candles MILK
A delicious ice course was served -
; The party came as a complete Misses
to the following guests:
, tt surprise to Mrs. Dover. When she Hazel Middleton, Madge Middle-' %lb. pkg 19c S Tall Can
ap the ,,,,111H1e
;', entered the room guests were" ton, Rosalind Jacobs, Ruth Stern- sus
all singing "Happy Birthday. Canova Leila Dea Andrews -
berg, Mary ,
,V;'if Little Miss Betty Hayes presented : Mlna Manaasa! Hazel Ad #tt/AM P j Lb. Pkg. 37c lf "*e ECONOMY RUES 16c

. \ :Mrs Dover with a basket covered kina, Annie Mae Pearce, Mrs. L. D. { :.(
@fJJ1b
#< with pink crepe paper and filled I Vining, Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Mrs. ..
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.; With gifts OCTAGON SOAP SMALL, or
i H. M. Richard, Mrs. H. B. McLen- J.t4P
TNG DSTNCYONOf
\} Miss Lucille Mitchell entertained don, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. .
M the guests with a reading. T. Long, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs e&'N6 GOVE9NO.e OF''' POWDER 5 For lOc

.,1 Ice cream and cup cakes, In the Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs O., L. Beas- nO.eIDA LONGS T..r.4N I __

is:, pink and green colors were served ley,- Mrs.- E. L. Biggs, Mrs James ANY 0171&2 AMJQ/ 4V SCOCo-FiNEST COMPOUND LARD
&ijj 1 to the guests. Those enjoying the Lewis, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, and --rwG.-YG ; '
_
:w atfalr.with Mrs. Dover were Mrs Mrs. J. E. Wilson. YBA.eS.r ? r' SHORTENING 2 Ibs. (bulk) 25c
1 r 8.J. L. Simmons, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Out-of-town guests were Mrs. J. WILLIAM P. DUVAL who succeeded I interesting to know that Duval County

f'f Mrs, Leo Keller, Mrs. Lizzie Hoillngsworth E. Powell and Mrs. O. C. Shepardof Andrew Jackson, was governor of the ter- was created and named in his honor in -
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. ,; Mrs. Floyd Green Mrs. Hllllard. ritory of Florida from 1822 to 1834. His I 1822 by the first legislative council held WINNER ROCK GROUND
f W. H. Green. Mrs. G. H. Lowry, t '
Vi Mr.'.N. B. Hull, Mrs. W. P.,Smith, nost notable work throughout this long'period that year in Pensacola. .
W. C. T. U. Will Meet GRITS
;:;* Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. A. Matzat, was undoubtedly hisWauccessful "w;: Native of Southern China, the interesting Pounds 15c

' "Mrs...Louie Torruella,. Miss Lucille This AfternoonThe handling of the Indians over whom he 'ex-;; LIME BERRY or Myrtle-Lime.is also .. ---

;1|} Mitchell and Miss Clara Flume. I Woman's Christian Temperance nibited remarkable control. Governor known as Chinese Lime. The flowers are MARY-ANN OLD FASHIONED

;'if: Out-of-town guests were Mr. Union will meet this afternoon Duval was one of the first settlers of Tal. white and sweet scented, ,while the fruits

'.'/ and Mrs. W. M. McCloud, of Cherr.ryvllle (Friday) at three-thirty .ahassee which was founded and made are thick-skinned berries with a rather MEAL 5 LbSe 13c

|l" N. C., son of Mrs. Dover, o'clock, at the home of Mrs. A. W. the capital of Florida during his adminsration. !*-', 1 spicy pulp. Shrubby and fairly dense in .. _

5$,Mrs. W. S. Gibson and small son, Anderson. .' Famous for his wit and hum r,:, ita habit of growth, the plant, with its FANCY BLUE ROSE whOLE GRAIN

"sf J; Billy'of St. Petersburg, Mr. and ne was also a fine lawyer and in Jaterf, deep green leaves, is highly valued as an
U,:Mrs. Tolbert H. Black, of Galnesft Lions In captivity are said to RICE Pounds
participated prominently in Flor.da's ornamental. It is said to be highly tolerant 25c
ville better JIvIng fears
1! and Mrs F. W, Varnadoe of grow; manes than those -
first constitutional convention. It isWhy to salty soil.
i Valdosta, Ga. In a wild state.
__ __ 10NA PLAIN OR SELF.RISING

t I Starke Grove No. 278 presented our financial secretary,: Mayor Requests FLOUR 12-lh Sk.45c I

'' Holds Meeting B Mrs. Lula Hutto, by our National Torruella SistersTo ; 24-lb.85c
President, Dora A. Talley, for her !
Starke Grove, of W. O. W., held service to the Grove. Appear Here .

GoOut a very Interesting meeting Tuesday Mrs. Vondat. nan presented to Dr. W. E. Middleton mayor, at -SPECIAL LOW H E I N 7'I HIGH ALI TY
PRICES ON I
evening, September tenth 11'1the the Grove a hand, made picture, asA the request of the Business Men's FOODS
Woodman Hall with Guardian Club, this week sent the follow-
'memento ofiC.r.National Convention Heinz Baked
' \ : Mae Green in the chair. I ing request to the National Broadcasting Beans 3 ;12-oz.: : cans 25c;
made
.H \$. it. .1 Before the opening'Of\h grovt I girl: from our home by.a.nine In Sherman-year-old, Company,'New'York City: Hein..8paghetti:: ll1zrclstls # ,25c

', .0 r /qwn. there was a thirty miaut* ''song Texas.. She also gave a splendid "I understand that you have EXCEPT CLAM CHOWDER

"t a period, in which' all members 'erf- report of the work accomplishedat an'arrangement whereby you' Heinz Soup 2 Cans 25c
Joyed hearing the many peppy oil ,
allow
the Convention.' And 'Starke the Misses Clementineand '
WHEN YOU CAN LOVELY DRESSES and new Grove songs., Grove' more than proud of her Virginia! Torruella to Heinz Clam Chowder 2 Cans 29c
BUY
,, Promptly at eight 'O'Clock the own Grove member and National make personal appearances! In Heinz Rice Flakes Package

AND SHOES RIGHT. IN STARKE, SO meeting was opened with a prayer Representative, Mrs. Inman.'Then any town to which they are HEINZ FRESH CUCUMBER lOc
by the Chaplain. the Grove balloted on the follow invited by the mayor.
i CONVENIENTLY AND REASONABLY, TOO During the business session a lAg applications: Mrs Margaret If this Is true, I and the, Pickles Jumbo Jar 21c

,4 beautiful Honor Service Pin was Jackson and daughter, :Miss Louise other townspeople would be Heinz Ketchup '14-oz. Bottle 18c

JacksonMiss Mildred Thigpen, more than gratified if you WHITE OR CIDER
and Annie English. After this a would allow them to make an
letter from Mlsa"Ann LaLa, our appearance in Starke.. This Heinz Vinegar Pint Bottle 9c

district secretary,'was read.. This was their home town.. for a

,letter asked that all Starke officers good many years and we are RAMBO .
FLAT CREPES TRY THE NEW
4 14GWa memorize their work for the proud of their accomplishments -
i3 r BROWN GREEN district Convention, to be held In In the radio world.. APPLES, lb. 5c NUCOA I IL. 20c

WINE, BLACKWELLMADE 1 BROGUES Jacksonville with'Poinsettia Grove "Since these talented little GREEN TRIMMED
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No- 266, on the lth of November; girls left here while still OLEOMARGARINENUTLEY

1 ULTRA j. SMART- _': 1.95 : 'The Grove madb plans for a covered young, many of our citizens 'Cabbage 4 Ibs. lOc lb. 15c

x dish luncheon to be'' held In have never heard them per-
+1; 4. ,.:.'" 's, a Our fashion authorities tell usiriart Ul.* :hall on the'; fourth Tuesday form. 'Their radio hour Is SEEDLESS WHOLE MILKCHEESE

;a- mOCKS ., ;, touches arc t brogues night'In! September r.' for the' new early I In the morning and reception GRAPES 2 Ibs 15c: lb. 21c
THESE t members Alt ,officers and team from New York la usually -' '

u, WITH FETCHING i shoes. >. .roughfabrics members are to wear white, for poor at that time. YELLOW BATH'S PICNIC

COLLAR, BELT' -. this.. occasion. "For these reasons I feel that ONIONS 3 lbs lOc HAMS, lb. 23c

AND SLEEVE > fa haU.IIEFFECTSONLY :The meeting was,closed, and the such a courtesy on your part

_.? 3.95 regimental in ties social, committee ,served refresh- would be mutually beneficialand LARGE FIRM HEAD KLENZALL
stripes 111
: .1" < ments to all present.' I anxiously await your Lettuce 2 for 15c MOP 25c

I ,7" .:,. ':: English ribs: in socks. Here i is All offlcerl, team, members, and pleasure In the matter." : ,

"' members are requested to meet at The sisters, daughters of Mr. and GREEN STRINGLESS DAISY 4-STRING

'M1t e, FLATTERING CONTRASTS IN .' a Friendly the hall;Tuesday night, September Mrs. L. Torruella of Starke, broad- BEANS, lb. lOc -6 ,BROOMSELFRINGING 25c3Sc

Brogue cut from IS*.for a practice and other busi cast every Sunday morning over
FALL'S MOST.l"': ,..... ness. Plans for,a.large class to station WJZ for the White Rabbit NEW RED BLISS V !!

Ar""' PICTURESQUECOSTUMES the .finest of initiate on the fourth Tuesday In Bus Line of New York City. They Potatoes 3 Ibs lOc X MOP
,
-AT ----. 4.95 September,.will be completed.' are accomplished singers and give ,
\\ : Grain Norwegian Brown ... their songs In several different ANN PAGE-DELICIOUS PURE FRUIT

'"i:i: f and Black CalMun.l We. tie I > ---; languages.here They In February visited their when parents 'PRESERVES 16-oz Jar 15c


i SHOE3SIENTIFFICK proud to offer/ you .the'style Clementine celebrated her four-
RITZ"THEATRE teenth birthday. SULTANA-SMOOTH;RICH
} : t Friendly ,
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!,. -. 'tha have. In !t\\ STAKE Eastern Star NoticeThe PEANUT BurrER '21-oz.jar23c

,J; TIES & STEP INS ,
::ti THE PERFECT .Let us show PROGRAMBEGINNINO regular meeting of the Eastern GELATIN DESSERT '
Star will be held Monday or
i.;V COMPLIMENT TO FRIDAY. night at 7:30
our completestock : o'clock. All membersare CR1kitDING
t A FALL OUTFIT ____ you SPARKLE
3.95, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13TH. urged to be present.
in French toes, medium
'THE HEALER"Ralph
. ORDER ow rl'IIL.CITOM AMD!
'.1 English toes,Custom toes, Bellam-Kal't'n Morley NOTICE TO APPEAR nECMONTE-Delicious Sliced
TOt a. Burn. and H. (", 19:
B __ Sl-EN-TIFFICK and others, Mickey*RoonoySATURDAY praA., Tru.tt., whoa place of PINEAPPLE, Large,No. 2% Can
many: r..blene. Is each
AND FOR: MEN'OXFORD TIES SEPT. 14TH. UREmTJNt1 unknowns PURE CREAMY VEGETABLE SHORTENING

IN BLACK AND I *"BIG CAUBRE"Bob You are. herehy notified that'B. 8. I SNOWDRIFT llb.canl9c3lb.can53cGOLD
Avant
TilE BONA-ALLEN rta filed In the office of the ,
BROWN KID Btaelo H"Si.of. the Clrrult Court for the
GUARANTEED SHOE Rlchth-Judicial Circuit in and for MEDAL KITCHEN TESTED-Plain or Self.BlslfR l

'BLACK BLACK A BROWN CALF KID 2.95 MOST ALLURING"...95 SUN.-MOV. SEPT. .,,15 II Ifl of nradforit.,Complaint. County' aaalnet, Florid you,and hi. oth Bill FLOUR 12-lb. bag 63c;: 24-lb. bag $1.15IONA
BROWN? "Love Me.,Forever" er eeklnir the foreeloaur' of car.
tale Tar Hal Certificate,
and It -PORK BEANS OR
OTHERS AT 8.85 'Oleo,. M_raLe* Cvrillo appearing to the Court that your 5c
NEWS and COMEDY place unknown of :realdeno' tm itateil to be SPAGHETTI Can
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It )I. .rdere. Oenrwe A. COLD STREAM-TALL CAN
SANFORIZED SANFORIZED 'TuIs.\\'ED.: SEPT. 17 18 Btirrlii. and H. C. Cook Trustee
KHAKI PANTS KHAKI SHIRTS, _ "Accent, On Youth" each office, io of appear the Clerk In said Cat.- at the PINK SALMON Can 10
of the Circuit
THE' BEST MADE ALL SIZES Court In the Court House
In Starke,
'e LAST FOREVER 9Sc A BARGAIN ATOTHERS 49c $5 1W Sylvia>,Mdn0jr Bradford County Florida on Mon
f-J Herbert Marshall day. October 7tb, 19S5, and thereaf SWANS DOWN .
98c ter file :your Anewer or other plead-
OTHERS AT LB9 '
t Tire Janwm"FRIENOLy She nn.'KS.-FRI.' !SEPT.! 19 A Se"Awakening" Inn otherwise a* may aT>be cree required Pro- Confeeso hy law, CAKE FLOUR Package 33c

,* of will r: entered againet you. CALUMET BAKINGPOWDER _
It further ordered that this Or
Jim Burke" d.. he publl hed once each week 6-oz.Can. 9c
ALEXANDER
& COMPANY for four
conaecutlve '
week In the
Jack Kelt Bradford County Tei..itr.ph. a new'aPFlli .- FLAKES & If Baker's Premium 19"
ri'.V' bU./I In Bradford: Co.nWltn Pkg-__ Igo A CHOCOLATII.Ib..
IN 6BKKN BUILDING CASH NTTB! JKVBKT: .,WIBOtOtaw .
!es! 11gBll.ub'P.. .....': fAIl!!>" JudireT m>t,said the Circuit Honorable Court .Circuit. well Y .lone..c.tbJa "....' 23'
AIyxancerto.y 'l'aNllay fits eHclble for a. .A.. J. Thomas, Clerk and the ItIuiel tNya .. .,...all _
; ; Oak About" Our- Premium Plan pftao by leaving >their __ eat of acid Court on this; 4 day. of
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,1S s, Greea ....... g'i with cashier Tn..,.' September A. J.A. D. - .
.1 THOMAp THE GREAT ATLANTIC. PACIFIC TEACOMPANY
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., WtADFOItP COUNTY TELEGRAPH: ; STAItKE, FLORIDA a P\GE., V'&'

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:Miss Mattie
Harley of St. Aujf- Mr. and Mrs.:.C, A' Rowan and Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wall had aa' Between 1690 and 1720:! more ;'

heer ustine with'Is ,:spending Dr.' .and,,several Mrs days L.Biggs. NAT :SEZs fl; daughter Miss Edwina Rowan,! *.!,of their guests Sunday Captain and:: than 2,000 pirates were afloat off ",
E. Lakeland have returned to their Mrs R. N. Hill and son, ,Bobby the coast of the United States Lbew

Bits of :- Here's a little, poem I' heard home after a two weeks visit here Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Snyder and .tween Maine. and Florida.- ,
'over: the radio this' with Mrs. Rowan's niece, Mrs. A.: son Buck Sergeant and Mra. T. A., r, "
It .
Mrs. A. M. Pettit and Mrs. H. hit me Just morning. W. Anderson ? Hancock and daughter, Tim Lieu. The world's .'shortest railroad
right?
D. Coppedge, of Alachua spent like it too: maybe you'll tenant and Mra. Earl Shine and one-third of a mile long. Is locatedIn

Looal Ne\\& last Johns'week-end here with Mrs. C. E. There's so much Miss Mary Brownlee will leave daughter, Sue, all of Jacksonville Vatican City. a

bad } --- --
In the s, Tuesday for Nashville' Tenn., wnnhlp 7 Mouth, nil"". 11
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND best of us. where she wilt attend Vanderbilt Mrs DonIa Moore Mrs. T. A. P.net, oontalnlns'' 170 aor..N In all.
CONCERNING Mrs. R. U McDowell, of Jacksonville Therefore, you and vac. h of you
And so much University Miss Brownlee will be Steele, and children, Helen, Tommy .
named In thin Notloe
hereby ye-
COUNTY AND ( Is the I are
PROGRESS OF TilE TOWN guest this weekof good in the r accompanied there by Mr. and Mrs.H. and Janet of Gainesville, oulrert. to Appear to the) said Kill of
Uglow.her parents Mr. and Mrs John worst of us, L. Brownlee. are upending thla week here with I Complaint the 7th. day e..of tiled Ui.tobrr.avalniit A. D.y
That It hardly Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Sapp. They will nt th. Court HOIIM In Blurke, Bradford iy
I be home little Doe o Vlorldai' othcrwlmi, allecree
behooves accompanied by "r.t
the Mrs. O. V. Anderson and Miss Confvmo will I he entered
Mr. and
Mrs C. L. Stockwell best of us. Mamye Anderson have returnedto othy Ellen Steele, who has spent airalnut' you and each. of you, forfailure .Y ,
T, T. spent Miss Gladys Henderson of Wil- and children, Mary Lorraine anti to appear "
Mrs. Long To talk the summer here with her uncle
t1 listen. Is the guest of Mrs. O. C. about their bom* in Archer after''R It IN ordered that tM Notion he..
turdsod kson I Kathleen spent Monday In Jack-
In the and aunt Mr. and Mrs J. B. Sapp. v
t Register this week. sonville. ... rest of us. several weeks visit here with Mr. ..ouilvsd weeks week In the Bradford
: So often w. and Mrs Sam Anderson and. Mr. County lsrapb.. a itawnnnper Hav+
and Mrs. H. ,V. Knight -- condemn somebody and Mrs. E. M Davis... ] UHllKIt in Jacksonville. I Miss Myrna Frank left last week S. R. Johns has returned to his for TO A PPM CPI Florida.TM ;{
III, Tuesday home after several weeks In River lIomethlni<;they did, forgetting NOTI( In hereby clvon to LIN- ". 17 dny of Amrimt! HIS.
i for the Florida State College for that perhaps In the dim Lieutenant Owen Griffin Is en- NI MCM-IILI-ICY MroiiLJUDY and, and hu.lmn.I.tllflonoia mob nt t.i"J. THOMAS, 4
Gainesville.ber8 side Hospital. He is improving k circuit Court,
?., Huen Cray. of Women In Tallahassee.Mrs. past we did the same thing. joking a vacation at Kingsley you, of 2PO Irvine Avenue Brook.lyn VUnilfora County, Florida.M .
Tuesday visiting friends. rapidly. How about that Lake. His New York, that you and aoh l.aO-It.II.n
new of over the week
pair Fall guests of yttu have b...*n mail parti. I**.
i Ruth Green of Gainesville shoes, folks don.t;'you think Its end were Captain and Mrs. John f.it<.lrtitt In that rartnln CHUM entltlml .
Sapp and O.. A. Andreui spent Tuesday here as guest ot Miss Hazel Adklna will spend getting time? Hlllrick and Captain and Mrs. The WilorHl' t-iiml. Rank of
B Columbia
T'lnlntlff. MUM J.
visitors i to Jacksonville Mon- Mrs. W, B. JIundy, Jr.?! this week-end in Palatka where Rousseau of St. Augustine! roar: widow, >t .r.n= Defondantepsiding
I she will attend the Jones-Gross For 9ueadOXFORDS .. In III. Clr4 lilt Court ofHrHclfortl

Miss Beatrice Johns spent the wedding.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crumpler and cry, HHld County milt bolnir Florida for the In Chan-r..ricliimirn ..
u. Imbach Is spending this week-end in Jacksonville with her I son Carl, have recently 'moved I of a MortKHMta" vovcrlnir thetoll0wlna' '
where he Is em- aunt, Mrs. C, P, and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of of all kinds here from Waldo \I to Evanatan Tyson Black Brown and they have an lylnir! and being: In llrntlrur" County,
DeLand, will spent this week-end or apartment with Mrs. Henry Waits. Flotilla, towiltThe ,
yed.. Miss Myrtle Strickland and Mrs. hoer as guests of Mr. a>td Mrs. H. $1.98 and $2.45 Mr. Crumpler Is manager of Alex. NK<4 of BWtf. NH of HHW,
It Horoa hi N10 of HW of 8M lyInur : 1
,
Okahumpka is visit L. Brownlee. ander's Goods See' *! for Correctly Fitted :
cnan of F. Carradine of Lawtey, pent I Dry Store. haftt of lltilly running thru ; .
M Mrs. Leaton U. Tuesday in Jacksonville. imT}>4, Glasses \ .t
Die daughter. "iuit'i>t two aur.a West of Oully
.
Mrs. John O'Rourke and
,:J ; two Men'sOXFORD'S. Mrs. Ss;P. Vandivler and ,
son In HuuthwftNt corner all In tf"o. :
rean._ Mr. and Mrs. Houston Hudson of sons, Jim and John of Broughton. '' Pitner, who have spent sometime 19, Township. T ,South, Range: II S. G. LEWIS : !
B. Johns wa.bUSiness Pa., are guests of Mr. and Mr., O here with her Mr. and Kint.Also ')
C. QuIncy were guests Wednesday of parents ..
,
epreBentatlve E. 6 StylesServiceable I Went half of 8\VH Hrp 8TAKKK, FLA. 1'1
visitor to :Tampa last Miss Clara Louise Peek. Stansbury. hhoes! I Mrs O.W. Alderman have gone to I/O. Township 7 lIout tans. II I 118V.. Walnut Hr.
13, NKV. of NK1U except| 16
Gulfport Miss., to join Dr. Van
-end. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and acre off_W..t. 111,1. of Sea 01), j
$1.98Men's dlvler who la located there. -----
Mr, and'Mrs. 1.. A. Jernigan ot .
family have recently moved to the
E. Knight spent 'last Gainesville, were visiting relative a
? D. T. J. Griffin home at the end of Mrs. BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
k-eDlIID Tampa on professionI In Starke over the week-end. J. P. Flelschel of Sham. '{
_. Walnut Street. rock Is visiting her parents, Mr. '
I ,\ line of Caakcta A Undertakers Supplies
--' Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely Pat OXFORDSBlurk and Mrs. W. W. Whitten and her AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY 1
H. L. Brownies and ':Miss Lambe, and Mrs. Alma Bain, were Miss Isabel Fernandez left Thurs- or BrownGoodyear II sister Miss Irma Stockwell. Mrs. I AND NIGHT
/Brownlee Monday In day for Gonzalez In Eacambia Flelschel and Mrs. Whitten will accompany 'JI'
spent visiting In Lake City Sunday VI..It. II 53 PHONE 53
County, where she has accepted a Miss Stockwell to Lake-
kauwife I II O. II. BENNETT, M (r.
position as teacher. $2.98. land Tuesday where she Is enter-'I !!;
Mr., and Mrs. H. C. Wall wereguests "A nOl\"' -LlKE INSTITUTION" "
?,. and Mrs. William String- Saturday of Lieutenant and ing Southern College. \,
The W. T. Weeks Chapter of U. Vi
low, of Ralford were visiting In Mrs Earl Shine, in Jacksonville. I I'"wr'sSCHOOL ,
D. C. will have a can meeting next rile Monday. Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at SHOES ,'
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Miss Mat. Noaedate. ItolMou
ra. Emily Philips, of Sanford tie Harley, of St. Augustine spent the Woman's. Club., Size* 8!Va to ll'/j' Tender: :

t several days. this week with Monday afternoon in Gainesville. Mrs. H. C. Howard-was added $1.19 I Pineapple TIP TOP GROCERY AKHO ,
I W. White. SUGAR
J. this week to the faculty of the B. SixIt t. t '
Mrs S. A. Barefoot of Sander HUoi-d or 1to. {
C. II. NASU'ORTIIV. Owner and Operator
H. S. and Is teaching in the elementary -
op Frank A. Julian, BIshopthis son is visiting her son and daughter $1.29New .

Diocese of the St. Mark'a visitor Mr and Mrs..P. M. Barefoot department. Fall dresses new iNSIzzee::: Can FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAl. PEAS ':
Church was a
eel Mr. and Mrs. Clayton StrlcklanJand hats are here also. It to buy
pays No. 9 Slze Can
and Mrs. R. J. Davis and .
Sunday. Mr
i '
daughter, Phyllis Faye spent 20c PRICES SEPT. 13TH. & 14TH. !
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis have returned and ,
Tuesday In Ocala visiting Mr. 15c ]
f
from a visit in Brevard, N Mrs. S. G. Strickland.Mrs. atSTERNBERG'S "f.
C. .'
REAL !
O. C. Register accompanied Fancy PinkCan ,
W. W. Baisden, C. A. Knight, Starke FloridaMrs. OCx
ESTATEIF : Mr. Register on a business trip to SALMON 1
and O. L. Beasley attended a bail Pasco, Hernando Sumter and Citrus Tall I

YOU WANT TO game In Palatka Sunday after. Counties last week. R. Grey an dchlldren, Anna I':

(BUY, SELL OR RENT noon. Mae, John and Betty Jane of Mad- ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc REAL LARGE JUICY \
--
Mendoza Mr. and Mrs J. R. Colley and ison will spend thla week-end herewIth ----
SEE US-., Dr. and Mrs. C. and
children of WUdwood, were guests Mr. and Mrs.-W.. T. HolUen- Doz19clb. t
Miss Gloria Johns, also Dr. Hen- this week of Mr. Colley's parents, dorf. /LEMONS :
WILSONLTY and sister, Miss CABBAGE 2
doza's parent. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley.B.
Amy Mendoza, of New Orleans Each TWc' ::?
,
CORP.. La., were guests Sunday of Mr. ., Haynes, Assistant Postmaster : Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood have lOcLETTUCE
and Mrs. T, J. Griffin and Mrs at Winter Haven and son of moved to Gainesville.Their changeof LIMES, Doz. ---.... ?.. r
Walts. residence was made necessary SEEDLESS GRAPES Lb 7'/2c 1
Henry
the late Ovid Haynes, of Hamptonwas WJ*

-Jimmy a visitor Adklns here, Saturday.of Galnesvllla. PWA.because of his worko-;,i -.rc with, the CARROTS Bunch : ''7'7%' k BANANAS 31k_, 14c 'i*


''s visiting his .uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Leaton U. Morgan ,
riixrrVariety Tudge and Mrs A. Z. Adkins, attheir made,a business trip to Sparr
Kingsley Lake ..cottage.Mrs. Tuesday. While they were there GOL.lt HMALL
Milk MEDAL 'CANS for
I they visited their daughter Mrs: TALL CAN 5C 4 1 Oc i
T. N. KendrIck and Mr. and Lester A. Hall.

Mrs. W. M. McCloud, of Cherry I

vine N. C., spent the week-end In I Mrs. L. M. DeShea has returnedto APPLE OCTAGON 1 S4
[ GroceryON and Daytona Beach.
St..Augustine her home In Wlldwood after a
two weeks visit here with her parents -
'BUTTER .
SO AP
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome .ECIALCm8) 1
10TH STREET-NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT the week-end in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth,
spent at Kingsley Lake, Lbe lIe t
ROAST
SPECIALS LAST THROUGH with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Matthewsand 'A Qt. .15c e : 4 for d, .. lOc tl
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsome j y1 ,
Mrs. C. C. ,and Mrs. J.
Shepard
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 12TH. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had as E. Powell returned to their homes LiBBY'S DILL
ALL MEAT STEW lb. l 5c
recent guests Mrs. Halle's brother In Milliard, Monday after spending SP[ IMONTEAC'U t tQ

TOMATOES, 3 Cans ____.__------18c; and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs..A several days here with( Mr. and PICKLES ,.
P. Curtis and son. Mac, of Winter Mrs. C. A. Knight. ,.- .

Haven. They were en route to -- -- 15c T-BONESTEAKLbe 2Ie 12 ,
lOc c '
ONIONS 3 Lbs. Corpenlng
their home after a trip to Ohio. Little Miss L'Etta
has returned to her home here after f

[ NESTLES MILK 3 for' _17c. North spending Carolina several with months her father In,, STITFFED BREAKF. BACON Lb.39c CLEAN.qUI

CENT A WORD Dr. J. E. Corpening. h 0 LI I V E S Soap Chipsi. .

I SALMON Select Pink Can _______lOc at
;
Mr. and Mrs. Lee McDonald, of: Qt Sly '.

I Pure- Ace Coffee, BurBon, Santos, lb.._ 16c COLUMNFOR here Jacksonville with Mrs, spent McDonald's last weekend brother : :::: : BEEF STEW (Rib) Lb I OC 20ckg.

SALE: Wakefleld cabbage and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

I -RICE, Fancy Blue Rose, 5 Lbs. _____25c Grit plants.!Is. $1.00 per 1000. A. J. Wilson, at,Kingsley Lake. JNYJC CE FAT HENS (Live) Lb. I7c SPRL! Y.

I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pefgola and r ,

I -FLOUR, Velvet Rose, 24 lb. .k. ___75c FOR SALE-plants. Missionary Will make Strawberry price Garrls small son.and Alberta Kenneth Zambettl.Miss Lillian all of 3.for .. .. 25e Qt. n. ..49ciORANGE

right. M. Rhoden Route 2, Box Jacksonville spent Sunday here PEKOE .

I New Speedy OATS, 3 Minutes, 2 for 15c I 72, near Heilbronn Springs. with Mrs, and .Mrs.-C L,<. Young.. '
9-13-2tp '1... ';

CORN FLAKES 2 15c GARDEN and field seeds arriving Little Misses Ida Lulu and Mar !: A J.Tomatoes 6e
Pkgs.
>,_ at White's Store. Such a. Oats, |orle> Davis have returned from

Rye Beans Garden Peas. A variety Halford where they nave, spent YrJ> __
RELISH SPREAD 8-oz. jar -1.Qc: of Vegetable Seeds. See our several weeks as guests of Mr. rr
7-- ;;" and Mrs. Barney McRa*.and famT .
mammoth cluster oats.134 GUARANTEED SILVER .KING oil ,
.,uy. 6 LBS. 12-LHS. 24-LBS ;
PRINCE t"JlIlLLIONS "
ALBERT Can .__ __-_. 10c -'
> -
Genuine Improved Miss Betty Mace; of DeLand,

VINEGAR Maryland Missionary 'strawber- spent Tuesday here with Miss FLOUR 22c 39c 75c tIt t-
Heinz, full pint ____,_ 10c: ry plants '1.50 per thousand fob Mary Brownlee en route to Tallahassee. -
luetltberry. Tburmond Farm, Miss Mace was accompa
'
MEAL vied to Tallahassee by Miss Brown '""'
10 lbs. Water Ground. .....,... .. 25c, Castleberry Ala lee.
/
HAVE YOUR floors sanded the

PENNY 15c correct way., W. have the latest Garfleld-Evans Union of, Ep- KKLLOOO'S! PRINCE ;
MATCHES 2 ..
Pkgs. _.._- .,- No hand scraping. SALT
.
equipment worth League will meet at Hawthorne CORNFLAKES ALBERT ;
Local: references., C., A. Powell, Thursday (Sept. 12). All

TOILET TISSUE, 3 for. ;_. _-.-lOc Phone 1192J. North 'Oth St., of the Starke Intermediate and 411J. bag_ ____ IOe 2 Pkg. -. ISc'' Can -_ 9'/2c ;i"
Gainesville, Fla Senior, League members hop to '
OLD FASHIONED WATEK GROUND CIIAKSIEU:
BROOM S, 4-Styihg,,Each, _; *- 16c CUSTOM DISKING '1.23 per acre. attend.
Plowing $4. Efficient tractor Hubert Stockwell of Randolf Per ,7,,

SUCAR, 5 Lbs.:Zl.:_______.. ___...._..25cITS Fla.work. R. F. Hartsook. Hawthorne 8-304tp er Vermont and sister-in-law, la here visiting Mr.his and broth.Mrs. MEALZ23cK' l Coffee Can 111 ,,

NOTICE-My shop will be open C. L. Stockwell, for several weeks '

5 Lb. ____ _....___.-_.__ ,:- ...._-. 15c every Saturday. J. F. Colley. before entering the' University'of !

MUSTARD lOc Zip Florida.. PEARL GRITS'Oi9 MAXWELL HOUSE 25c J1

Quart' _.....------ ----- :MEN WANTED for RawieighRoutes Mr. and Mrs T. N. Kendrfck bad
In Parker Duval. Nassau a* their guests for several day
Counties and Starke. Writ to Mr.and Mr Wf M. Mc- WIIITB RIBBON COMPOUND-FINEST '
T lOc last week ,
BEST CREAMERY
SOAP "3 Bars ___
Big _
FAI223SB -
--- day Rawlelgn Co., Dept Cloud. of CherryvlU, N. C. and J
Memphis Ten. 9-15-4t and small son.
Mrs. W. S. Gibson .

p, BEST COMPOUND. Lb.,.Il2'/2c LOST-FJvs-oorg-a Moan*'*. Billy, of St. Petersburg.' 'MiC awl LARD 12k BUTTER 29c

,Jersey .and brwe iMtfera. If Mrs. Tolbert H. Black. of Gsines- ;

WBUOY notify me and reasonable vine also spent Thursday here with .... ,, q,
.19c '
found please -
SOAP, ator_______ reward will be (lven. O. F. Mrs. Black's parents..Mr and Mrs.T. -

'.' Hazen, Sampson Fs. 'lip,, N.KendrteM. f-1' ,.'

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I IIIIX. BRADFORD OOUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKE n.oRUJA FRIDAY SBPTEMltrn 13, III

.' CHANCY HE-ELECTED I DIVORCE
MILLS
(I ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM -- IJ'Ir!! TAMPA-Mayor R. E. 1. Chan.
,. FOR POTATOES BEING won another term of office over DAYTONA. BEACHES
i iI cey d
1 PLANNED BY AAA NOW' vorces are becoming>
an opponent supported by County. POpular I
: forces in election Florida, a
an survey
GAINESVILLE Plans for NEWSNews organization among lOC&1at
-
operation
FARMERS SECTIONConducted LIVE STATE. marked by bloodshed and bruised torneys showed. Now that
of the potato control act beads in spite of military super. i ninety days have P818ed ram])
which was devised to bring larger Florida's lint
unofficial returns new divorce
vision. Complete i
returns to producers are now being of Florida Short ParagraphsGCAVAS law cuttiD
by Demonstration Agents from twenty-one of the city's down the residence
made by the Agricultural Ad requirelllen
I i tw J1ty-nIDe precincts showed a from one year to ninety
day
1 Justment Administration says a ,./t' total of 7,489 votes for Cbancey been In effect, attorneys said
to the State Agricultural the.
report
__ _-- "'_F .. --- -- who bad the support of the city a number of quick divorce
; Extension Service from Washing
----------1' < election machine to 3,907 for D. B. ready have been granted
ton.The BLAMED WHAT, NO MAYOR McKay former mayor who was are in court and many iBqu7'have
,'j: Hints To Housewives I RURAL act proposes the levying of FORT PIERCE-Eating guava TmjSVnXE-The Job of mayor favored by the county organization. been made.
1 a tax of 3-4 of a cent per pound on with the seeds, resulting In Intestinal of this community may be .
''ln COMMON SENSE all sold in excess of allotments .
potatoes trouble was blamed by the' unfilled during the coming year .
.
i{ Weekly from Home Demormtra9 unless the of candidatefor
Secretary Agriculture
attending physician tor'the death as no one bad filed as a GREEN FRUIT BANNEDTALLAHASSEE C r
', 9 lien Specialist, Tallahassee By SPUDS 10llNSONDIVERSIFICATION fixes a lower rate. of Virginia Lee Rhea slx-year-ol the position when the time for -The state citrus a

,,1, The allotment year for potatoes daughter of Mr, and Mrs J. t. qualifying candidates expired, this industry was told bluntly by
1 HOME REPAIRS IS begins December 1 and ends November Rhea. week. This Is believed to be the Governor Dave Sholtz' that shipment \/HEN .kideeya, function' bell
I? The Farm Housing Survey PROVING ITS MERITSIN 30, the first year beginning ..-.. -- first time In the history of the city of unfit fruit "will not YV You, auger "b.ck.che, don Y
f: which was made early this year TRUCKING AREAS December 1, 1935. Allotments of A LONG TIME AGO that no one has sought the position be tolerated.green" Leaving for south lion brnln9. .aunty or too frequent
revealed many Interesting facts on potatoes which may be sold tax. ST. AUGUSTINE -:- Just 370 now held by W. J. Darden. sad ankles gettJng up.1 night swollen.
Flordla for a personal Inspectiontour
,,0/'/: repairs needed In Florida rural recommended Diversification for of crops the has general been free will be made to states and, years ago Sunday Pedro Menen- The office pays Jl a year. in the storm area Governor Dose's feel'upht r on!!,. and anti'

;b homes. Here are some of thfindings for and In turn representatives of producers dez de Aviles'landed on this sit Sholtz said "I am serving notice on Do..1 s.. lllpecl.ny lot
farming areas years years
: 2,531 houses needed new will make tax-free allotmentsto and founded the settlement of St. worlcifM kidney M.ll.ia,
; Also, In recent years it has been DEATH STALKS FAMILY the citrus industry that immature : 01 bo
.): floors: 6.351 needed floor repairs: counties and individual farms. Augustine He gave the colony Its ste md every ye They..
recommended for the truck fruit, or fruit unfit for human
growIng MIAMI-When the wind struck SMnded
7 national al- by
f1. 4,913 needed new walls and ceilings Distribution of the the Feast afro the c
name because It was peak
,i1 ; ..U//) needed repairs on walls. sections of Florida. Many; lotment will be based on the four Day of St. Augustine that be with all Its fury in the Matecumbe consumption must not be' ship AA your Mignber! I IDOAN'SPILLS
truck have found duringthe ped. Such shipments will not be
growers of and the the Russell family prosperous -
ii and ceilings; 3,363 needed new years highest acreage Florida's fair shores Keys
: sighted
two that diversification tolerated and I will use executive
:is! roofs; 3pS2' needed roof repairs; last year or Tour years of highest yields per, pioneer residents of the key
IF 6,975 needed exterior paint; and really is a profitable thing/. acre in each state during the pe-, 'SUICIDES'I IN MIAMI numbered seventy-nine persons. authority" if necessary to prevent
2,475 needed partial painting of to do and la of considerable Importance MIAMI-Thirty-seven deaths by Today, only eleven are alive Capt. them.

(', exteriors.In from the standpoint ot crop Is taking a chance of losing: suicide in Miami last year placed John Russell patriarch of the family
the heal of the pocketbook. sobbed as, from a hospital cot,
view of this, the following money while the grower who this city above the average for the
Growing almost any truck crop he told a harrowing story of .the
raises several different crops is *pt
suggestions are made: United States, insurance company
if is an expensive proposition, especially storm that death and desolation
) Floors.-After a new floor has It Is In this to clear some money on some of statistics show.? The rate here was brought
}IX'' been laid or an old one has been I state as Off-season practiced production la them if not all. And what be .256: for each"100,000 population to the family. i

-?; repaired. It should be sandpapered much, more expensive than In-.ea- clears on his profitable crops likely while the average for the country -- -
't' with the grain swept and dusted I son production. The truck grower will more than offset what he was 16.8 the lowest average since CLASH WITH POLICE
loses on. his unprofitable ones. -
before stain or varnish Is applied. 1916.
11'
who spends heavily for fertilizer; TAMPA One man was sent to
be after With only one crop there are too .
A filler should applied --
: and preparation, seed and culti- the hospital at least six others
which the floor should be rubbed many chances that disease and insects
PERRY HARD HIT
; vation of one and only one truck suffered minor cuts and bruises
y'.I; across the grain to remove surplus will play havoc unfavorable PERRY-Red Cross workers and three were taken to the city
} filler The floor may be weather conditions will interfere, have completed a survey showingthe
last of
jail week as a fifty
';1)) treated with stain wax shellac durable paper is best as it will or the market will go to pieces before hurricane damages or destroy. WA workers clashed group with police

and wax or two coats of shellac. give longer seavlce than thin pa- the crop Is sold ed 441 homes In Taylor County. over delayed checks. The
Varnish should be per.> Heavy wallpaper in kitchens That a should not put all pay
\! applied freely person Of the total 300 were farm houses, trouble started when police attempted -
to not more than six boards at a and bathrooms may be made waterproof of his eggs in one basket is almost and the report said approxmately
to clear the street Of 480
.ff}. time and.it should be brushed In by applying a thin coat of proverbial. However Florida one-half of the owners would be workers, standing around await-
,twith the grain of the wood. The varnish. A wall should. be sizednnnpr truck growers have been doing unable to repair the damaged property lug their checks
ji; strokes should not overlap. before in applied AM proper just that for years and years. With without assistance from the
'{j'.k Walls.-Plastered walls should sizing I I will l prevent peeling. Canvas the decline In prices has come a Red Cross' It said only about 169 e
: be allowed to dry for several weeks should be tacked on all celled realization that diversification Is farm houses went undamaged.: riser.
before treating. Size all new plastered or wooden walls and should be better. MALARIAIn

4y: walls before applying the sized. When the size Is dry. the The,tomato growers of Dade HONOR DEAD VETERANS 8 daysCOLDS

'I first coat of paint. Wall board paper may be pasted on.Roofs. County are growing squash'potatoes MIAMI-World ''War' -veterans 666

1 should"be sized before. painting. ; .-It pays, to have a good "eggplants, and other truck smashed to'death when trapped In .first ..r
'j Siting is not necessary on a previously oof. Shingles of pine and cypress clops. .In nearly any truck grow- the Labor Day*hurricane were honored '
,'" painted plastered wall, If are subject to fire. Composition leg county, the story la similar. at memorial services here I.IQmo'. SALVR.;-TABLETS NOSB Tonic and Cut: 'rjglnal'st and

} the old finish is glossy and In fair materials are more expensive but Where formerly a county might Sunday. High officials of all Un- DHOI. Laxative upkeep
condition. Cracks In old plastered are fireproof and durable More have been noted as ,a.one-crop cle Sam's armed forces gatheredIn "
ci walls should be cut out with a expensive, but also more durable, county, It is now gaining promInence Miami's beautiful Bayfront Parkto 'by: building arterial streets

scraping tool until they are about are slate, tile and copper. for the variety of products pay tribute'to the storm victims
half an Inch wide and wider at the Paint-Careful selection is necessary beIng grown by Its truck growers, many,of whose bodies were
bottom than the top. These maybe for best results In paint And shipments this spring have being turned Into ashes in scattered -- CONCRETE
filled with plaster of Paris or Interior paint should be used for shown the growers the wisdom of I fires fifty'miles to the southwest of
i and leveled off with the inside the house ltlcatlon.. The I
plaster the of. and exterIor the policy of dlver on the keys. Latest official
tk surface? A glue sizing or other should be used for the outside. Towers of diversified truck crops i estimates laced the hurricane o.tr... __ *
,W sealing paint should be applied to If an old coat of paint is peeling It have cleared some money this I death toll at'from' 600 to 600 Including ,rteuN ..neat. m wa save sooner driviog on contry eau Improves the appearance
the new surface where cracks have Is.necessary to remove It before year In the face of hard times, I more than 300 of the 716 NOW :.1... p..' pia crece.- First, because concrete of the neighborhood.

been filled. One or two coats of i. applying a new coat. Color should and are optimistic.No veterans listed In FERA roads a --.......- streets require little upkeep and If the streets are extension of
rl paint should be used on the whole be chosen carefully. A white house doubt the practice will' bs building camps on the keys. ..1.... ee..rle-.._....e. Ian the longest Second, because Federal 'Aid highways Federal

Pi surface. with green blinds is an example: of more generally adopted this fall re.ar.r... you save fa gas,oil,tires and CU'D'", may be available for the
W Papering a Room.-A heavy, attractive color In the country. and winter. tied 1927-34. Averages from these repa ..,' new pavement.Inilst .
,. .. ''''--'--,-- will be multiplied and then the result -
'.. ., -<. the Concrete it true sod eves>-safe;it on concrete: for safety,
will be multiplied by per .
i a e
drains quickly Increases MbiK comfort and mooey-uviog.
centage of the crop sold by growers ,

In the state'during the, years '
: 1929-34. Sum i of the comparable : Siaet N'frw "PswauahbrM.dent i
figures-. from all states gives the
1 basis .for distribution of the national PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATEHun

allotment among states. The C
Bldg.,Atlanta Ga.
.;;. ratio of each state's figure to the -
It total for all producing states gives
.
;,1"' the allotment for the state.
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, Allotments to farms will be I
'J. .S44;i .w.rata. Exu eo rwrssn. t,br, +a.sa
, made on application by growers.

J;') At state's least allotment ninety-five will per be cent distributed of a- THIS OfFER WILL EXPIRE .SOONOFYOUR

:'I .
f1'' durIng
' to farms growing potatoes
:,:., one cr more of the years 193334. : -
\ ,j jJ'i Tax on non-exempt! sales will

be paid by the seller on the first
\'ij 1";, sale this collection to be handledby C

,}f fJ the Bureau of 'Internal Revenue. -
All potatoes are to be sold
J,
\( In closed and marked containers. FAVORITEMAGAZINES
Before 'each"allotment year er-
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l\ : cept the first, the Secretary will
t \f jr' 1e4 hold a referendum. : to'' determine

t1 whether a majority of growers .
. wish the act c ntlnued.
.. t Inasmuch as funds for the potato -

/ program were to be provided in AND THIS NEWSPAPER-I FULL YEAR
,,\ the third Deficiency BUI; which

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DIBKCTORYBAPTIST -- --- -- .. .. .. .
CUpRCH -- -- -- --- .. _. .
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I !J% was a key WU.h.a tag marked "Ar to her> rescue. 4Tve been throughone Y. '
boat
could
CHURCH senal. hear but appeared to v 'u
flRST ol' these things before!' Mr. be 4 '
addressing his words to Ngah.
Price Pa-tor It was five the next Tlmmons.
C.D. morning They take everything 1
''t v o'clock a. m when "Look here whoever you are In
IJUIIda1 School 10 Captain Gaskell, In response In eight"Mr. that life-boat, there two FOR PROMPT! AND {
are
T e, supt. to a message from Dawson, climbed Timmons did not >
'l'borna appear
1. pouches of Mills' bombs in the seat COfRTEOCSSKKVICE: ( i
a. m. to the' ?
", D".O \1C.\-\t.\\ bridge: buttoning his convinced. His face and voice were locker
I In
!orIIlDf Worship,11 t : my quarters. If you'renct
fir 6:4: S pea-jacket. grim as he turned back to his wife."There's .
.t.LU\ ,,. too badly hurt watch
" \. ... your r
II'nlnz ..
Worship 8p.m.f I'9n. "What do you'wantI""You something funny about chance and get thi-m! I'll hold THE NEW DEAL 1
Wednea-
Meeting, told me to call those pearls ril have
S Teachers you when them appraised them as long as I can." '
0;
1:30: P m. ",crt" we sighted Mandarin Light." In Singapore." Ngah shook his head blankly. SERVICE STA. :

Prayer service, Wed- "Yes. I did. Turnout Terror came Into his wife's "No "
r yid week To void the Ser. eyes. savvy In turn he took Gas-
y, 8 p. m. anchoring 'In a pi man's horror of that disgrace. geant' of the Guard and have his "Why, Wilbur! Don't be Insane! kltll by the arm and led him ov.r'' Hubert E.: Priest "8 "
rate-Infested
Chinese harbor "You are to go forward to the I men stand to und r'.rma until we What on earth Her voice to the safe pantomlnlng for him'I

Methoaist Church: Captain Alan OaskcU heads his fo'c'sle as an ordinary seaman to pass Drombo Bay" trailed off; she stared at him. to open It

Mont {omery.Fastor. hip Into a typhoon. Among the be rationed and worked frightened and daied. THAT GOOD GULF GAS j. .
such
U- aa "No said
B "Aye savvy, Gaakell. Ngah I
1f'I.! China aye, sir responded Dawson ...
passenger are
scbool-10 L m. Doll the for the remainder of the The door smiled M
port drew
suodaY voyage. starting downthe steps while opened and distracted an automatic pistol
a. m.DtrvrU2 girl he has been playing around Gaskell ,
Worshlp-ll ,
JEoroJDtr with and showing neither approval the Captain gave orders to the Tlmmon's attention. Ma- and pressed Its point against tho
Lea e--1:15: Po'm. 'Sybil Barclay with nor disapproval, reached the Quartermaster. lay guards herded Kingston, his Captain's heart.

Worshlp-8:00 p. M. whom he had fallen In love bottom of the steps and continue) shoulder swathed in bloody band- "Savvy1: he asked.
Owing to all these senr- years before while her husband down the deck towards "Man both guns fore and aft; L'f
invited his quarters ages, Rockwell, the chief steward, "No savvy /> 1
you are was living China DoD Is Jealous load and stand" by; until we pass the quartermaster the baa'n. The pirate's face darkened angrily ;:>
Drombo ,,
of SybiL She gets posses- Bone-ilred. he walked to his Bay. Sparks the wireless operator, his ; he cocked his pistol and

Presbyterian Cburch. \ clop of the half of a torn hun liquor-cabinet and poured himself "Aye aye, sit" responded theQuartermaster head rudely bandaged, and several continued to address Gaskell In SCALP i

dred pound note and whle she Is blowing his whistle members of
H. Lowry Minister a glass of Scotch.A the crew Into the sa Malay.
,.. George being choked as he followed Dawson down the
.-Sabbath School by Jamesy McAr rustle In his bedroom caught loon. "These chaps have bad tempers,

IS:; am M.-rMomlng Worship; dle, the trader to get It back his ear. In a wall mirror he sawa steps house Gaskell. enterlnsr the wheel- Where' Alan, Sir Guy" asked really, air," said the purser anxiously. -.1 "'
: Oaskell was brought to an abrupt ''
: rescue her. Back
*
with
dim outline of Sybil cool and selfpossessedbut 'rOie
pastor. a figure in Chinese
by the halt by a man's yell of terror and > ,
on Chrl.tlan En- her In the main saloon, he sees costume in the doorway Instead concerned for her fiance. "I'll do my best not to offend 'k'
rn.-Junlor
1:30: p. that tho great steam-roller> has of turning, he rot UD and amazement coming from amldshlp. "They won't hurt him will they" him. The' safety of his pistol 's .um.klnd-.llvingor.nnlemtlutauae liNt iDKlp trouble Involve a rmraelt of ? .' L 'r ;;1,

vorTfO. Evening "Ol"8bfP.f'I'a& broken from Its moorings and walked to the liquor-cabinet. u A. The cry was followed by the crashIng "No, of course not, my dear! still on." He pointed to the wea- InfMtlon I with r > Uot.It hhI'1 +;' q,4
: p. m : Is threshing about the deck. In of glass and metal. Hurrying I he assured her trifle with his words laatathin and tallln r
he replaced the bottle In the lock. In the direction a too confi pon and Ngah .nt th.t not only d.>troy.
Christian (CnurehI a gigantic struggle with the er, he make a quick grab for a revolver of the sound he dently. "They need the Captain made an admiring gesture with lM parull but belpa l rpBlrtndammcoon l 1'

\ W. McGuire. Pastor waves that sweep over> the ship, and whirled, gun In hand, stood passed the wlrelew house;lts door I healthy!I" the gun before returning It to Its Inc Oil. It and la Dr.It works Portvr'a won Antlaaptlo d... In oorrwtIn H *|M-
;
I the Iron monster Is subdued. to be confronted by China Doll. partly open Gaskell stopped 1 They heard a whistle sound from holster. He gave an order to one oalu and ikln trnubUm. Stops ItotiImoM ,w 7 '
I School, 10 a. in.. inside I I fnntantly. Boftmti and ,r .p' ,
r.mov.e +
Bible ijo -., the wheel-house and a short time of his attendants and the latter Y
...
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11 a. m. "Alan, It's ins l" she cried as she Face down table .u." Cln..nd.llmulal..th..hol. r ,
I communion Chapter VIII across the was later they became aware from the hurried to the door leading to the scalp, making II whll and wholesome ly '
saw the "I've been
Endeavor; 7 p. m.prayer gun. wailing : and )' I tY,+
Sparks, the wireless A of
Christian| operator promoting growth n w hair. ai ; d
sounds on deck that a Junkloadof main saloon. When he returned, ,..,'. p
meeting Wednesday! 7:80 THE QUARRELThe for you to come off watch. thin steam of blood trickled froma Dr. 1'0. Antlwptlo Healing Oil !le r
Gaskell pirates were boarding the Kin Jamesy McArdle was with him mad br the maker o(drove*I4uutl*. r
dthe revolver
replace wound on his temple? upon the Bromo Qulnln. and la old by all. druSl't *-
gt storm abated late Lung to aid their fellows who had Ngah Indicated that he was to act at Inc and too with ofatUfaxstloo. w '
Second Sunday; All a.und .. that remarking ironically: "Sorry to table. The Instruments for sending svarant
[ l
Preaching
m.Rosewood. night; the typhoon.blew itself out; have kept you waiting so long." broken to bits. captured the ship as Interpreter and then addressed or mossy back. ill
8 messages were
p. the Kin Armed Malays unlocked the a long speech to Captain Gas-
steamship
-- Lung rode the "Oh that all right Alan; I The Captain lifted Sparks' head, 8tc
steel door of the pursuer' office kell.
long swells rolllngly. Captain you've had .hands full
Church guess your
Baptist calling his name- The operator m..
and Gaskell and "As far I make said
pushed Captain as out
can
Gaskell was In the wheel-house Boy oh boy, did I get a big kick I
Factor ,
I Hemingway opened his spoke thickly.
,
L 0 eyes
tev the pursuer Inside and locked the Jameay, "the gentleman comes of
Bible haggard and weary to the bone, out of you today! You sure look Positive Relief
Sunday., "Look out, sir Malays
,
I Services every door.- Gaskell stared, in amazement a noble family. He Is very, very
at standing beside the Lascar wheelman ed pretty good In there hog-tying|
Services 3:30: A noise at the door caused Gas
ludy lOIS: a. m.
: when at the rifle carried by one of sorry to trouble you like this, Hewl.hea
the door 'opened and the steam-roller and saving all
[ kell to whirl. Two stood
dock In afternoon.BETBEL Rockwell Malays their captors. He moved closer, to assure ;you no one will be
entered. That youth was those coolies. '
there covering him with guns. examined tbe arms carried by the harmed-if you will be good for MALARIA!
I BAPTIST CHURCH almost' dead on his feet, but the "Pure vanity, I suppose," smiled They yelled something at him in
smoke of other pirates. He spoke In low, enough to open the strongbox H battle still Hung around Gaskell. bride-to-be was
"My their native then
I Kev. L. A. Donnley Pastor tongue, gesturedfor
1 Services every first Sunday. him. looking on." him to raise his hands. Slowly .. .,wrv .. ... Sure End to Chill* f

I Sunday School 2:30: p., m. i"Well listen; Mister, I .... Gaskell complied; raised them high and Fever u d

I Bible Study and Prayed.Services don't know what you're all above his head. Here's real relief for Malaria-*

cry Saturday night. burned up at me about On the deck below three or four Grove' Tasteless Chill Tonic I
shots rang out. Staring past the Quickly it itopi the chill and fever 1
and I care less. I only] '
I shoulders of his ..captor. Gaskellsaw and restores your body to comfort.
Came .In" hero forthing on ,5j' a Malay fall to the deck; then Many remedies will merely alleviate the "i r
Malaria but :,
kysR Kingston clad !In pajamas, came symptom of temporarily
Grove's TattlM Chill Tonic Roe all the 6 y4
JONES
BOB
---- out of his cabin,, a amoklng revolver way and completely rid your systemof ;

1 ., in his hand. AL Malay on the l the Infection. '

\Comment On Here :::: _" --''- -iI. I bridge fired at him and Kingston Grove1 Tuteleu Chill! Tonic Is a real l '

Hereafter ::; '" sank down on the.dead, Oriental. r r is corrective of Malaria became It contain 1 S'a

And ... -- i is two thins*. Pint, tasteless quinine which:. n a,"
., IX I lPr .w. the Malarial Infection In the blood. l

"' Chapter Second, tonic Iron which help overcome k ';,
lam an aviator. X enjoy Hying.a ; \ ) PRISONERS OF THE the ravage oi the chill and fever and ;d

I came down from my first ,l ; ti : : 'a fortlflM against! further attack Play safe I 'gym W
flight my Instructor asked iv 1 PIRATESAt Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It "

did like it?" "Fine" I now comet In two ilie*-SOc and 'I.The 4
.v you did" he the sound of firing, Tom Da- It des contains 2ft time ai much u the ,.} a" a
"Of course "
d him. you fool and I i F 9va, vids dashed upon the deck his h ; SOc slM and five you lVf" more for you* ; s
(plied "You acted the d'i from Get bottle anydnifttora k
gun drawn, flame spurting' money. today ;
I not there to tell you about .ij'
L"was .- : It. A Malay dropped to the deck, Smiling faintly Gaakell shook d
That Is true of human nature.
but from overhead and slightly be- hands, but when Ngah addi.-. '4 rk.
back
ft like to be patted on the hind Davids, another Oriental ed a question to him In his 1.

it we don't want anybody to tell D. "-- whom he had not seen dropped on native tongue he could only

i when we are fools, yet'every- Davids' back knocking him to the shake his head..

"f 1 needs someone to tell him deck and sending his revolver hurtling hkr

en i he Isn't doing right: I won. ') towards the rail. guarded tones to the pursuer! will willingly take the gold an 1

r: what we could do with each' The leader of the,Malays, walk- 'Every.oaa; .of-those .gun. came depart .with-,only the friendliest

r If we'were'' perfectly-frank.. __.. u_ ed up-and at his nod, the one who out of our arsenal! feelings towards you., 1

e t tell a preacher we enjoyed his "Sounded the after-hold, IIlr.She's "Say wait a minute, Alan. I had dropped on David. Jerked him "Our Arsenal! cried the Pur- "Purser," Instructed Gasket!, S ICIi

BOD when we didn't We tell1kI got eight Inches. of water in konw you're all in and don't want roughly to his feet.With the helpof ser. "Then someone "open up the safe. i I

we have had a nice time and her." anybody mucking around, but thisis 'I another native, the seaman was '
t know we are lying. The paalm- "Pumps'II take care of that," replied Important. I've got a mighty I pulled to the wooden deck railing. II break down that steel door Ngah ordered his followers to N YA3 s

l laid, "I said" to my haste, all Gaskell without turning good reason for being here." While one man held his hand fast A moment later, finding himself bring chairs for Gaskell and Mc- 1 {

i are liars Somebody has said around. "You might as well turn have. You 11- on the rail another brought a belaying I close to a window Gaskell looked Ardle. Gasketl, Instead of sitting
"Of
HI need not have been In a hur- In"I course you for everything pin down sharply on his ,Out In the direction of the arsenal: down beside. Jamesy, walked INGE i r; ,
have reason
a good
r to say it. If he had taken his I ways then his hand received his glumly to the window and stood
wrist; other eyes were caught by a drop of ALE ;
"Oh I'm all I can do. You can presenta a'
i It would have still been true. no sir right. you similar treatment.. The Malays) blood dripping from the inter looking out
of them on
e hardest thing on earth Is to be stick It out. remarkable" variety looked contemptuously at his I .trlce. 'of a wrecked lifeboat to "You haven't lost your ticket

ecUy sincere, perfectly frank "Stick what out?" At length short notice. lands flapping! helplessly and Joineu the shin's rail It was followed bvanother yet, Gaskellsaid McArdle. "I'll

1 perfectly honest. "Honesty Is Gaskell turned eyes upon him. China Doll flared out: "Oh !is their fellows who were. herd- drop. Th.- Captain with a be glad to put In a good word for

teat policy." That Is what Why, with you sir-if you don't that so? Well listen, Mister, I log half-dressed passengers' Sikh I sudden sparkle of light In his you..

tell us., But If a 'man i. mind. Governor." ,In some surprise don't know what you're all burn guards, firemen the chief engi- eyes, spoke guardedly, to the purser "That will fix everything the

est: because it Is the best pol Rockwell drew nearer to his ed up at me about and I oare less neer and his assistant to the main r Captain replied drily, turning

9. then he Is not honest but sel- Idol,'expecting,, perhaps to receive I only came In here for one thing| saloon. '"On of our men's hiding In again to the window. His face I ri ale,

,, A.man.ought to be hones the accolade of bloodfellowshipAt -" When the group of white prison. that life-boat. Further speech suddenly lighted up; he had seena ary10001

i it Is honest to be honest with this master of- seamanship "I'm quite aware of that, Dolly, era and their duaky, captors bad between them was Interrupted by bloody Trail as of a badly wounded

does: pay to do right but wet Oaskell'a lips relaxed in a grin of and I want you to know that I ap- disappeared Davids got' up dazedly! tbe entrance of a middle-aged; Malay man dragging himself'alon,, ',

to do right''' because-.It .Is realization.1' He gave Rockwell a preciate It.; Indeed there are times and stumbled to a wrecked life ,' handsome and in rich native from under the wrecked life-boat

Ito t do right. friendly push towards the door. when your solicitude for my physical boat handing from the davits.: Usng garb' followed by three or four towards "the Onpt ln/s quarters.

f. '"Go to bed you young Idiot." welfare approaches.the beau his elbows and knees he managed armed natives. Gaskell took him Someone In the boat had heard his

I always keep my Bible on ther "You think it's all over sir?'* tiful. I often wake in the nightthinking to crawl Into the boat where for the leader of the boarding word, apparently addressed to the

'- table," a lady said'to thler '"As far as I'm concerned." .Reluctantly of it and burst into tears. be crouched down out of sight. He party, and soon learned -that he pirate and was on his way for the

one time. "I feel safe when Rockell left his chief And here you are now-always the heard hurrying footsteps on the was His name was Ngah and he bombs.

Bible is In the house.. That Just as Dawson, the First Mate, faithful little figure waiting for deck and crouched lower under the was much feared in the China When he turned 'away, the put.aer .

"on of superstition. 'There Is entered. the tired mariner to come off tarpaulin which was quickly lifted: I'' Seas, He bowed politely to his had.opened the door of the I
to comfort him In the the First Mate, climbed safe'and Ngah and his follower.
true virtue In a cross on the Gaskell's' eyes looked Dawson watch ready I Dawson prisoner-Captain and extended his ,

rah and there Is nothing about over from !bead to foot; the latter warm haven of your arms-as onlya I in, seeking refuge, from the piates. hand In friendly greeting. Smiling were chattering with greedy pleasure 1 1 .

> Bible In the house that can came to attention his eyes shifting woman like you can comfort a .' He stared shamefacedly at faintly, Gaskell shook hands, but at sight of ten wooden boxes

.1 you from harm' The Bible uneasily. man who's too tired too drunk, to avlds who gave him a grim smile when Ngah addressed a question stacked up on the floor of the safe,

only do us good when we read: "What kind of a First Mate are care who It is." as he moved over to. make room. to him In his native tongue he At their chieftain'* order, three of CN

nd believe It. If w* accept the you, anyway" Coming on duty in "Go on! Go on! This Is the pay- Dawson tumbled Into the boat. could only shake his head' the men grabbed the boxes and AVE: ,'WQIFi.:.

F lee II the barked the Cap- and enragedat In the meantime the pirates had carried them to the centre of the, V f
Word of God and read a shirt like that? off! she cried, hurt !'No savvy. He asked the put.see S
*V the Influence of the Book in tain. his brutal taunts "Just keep !It taken the passengers and the if he understood floor One native took down a fire-

T lives prove It to be the Word "My cabin was flooded This lathe up. You're going to talk yourselfout guards and some of the crew Into "Not enough ,- but McArdle axe and began breaking Open the T"'
Cod. the main saloon. A group of arm- boxes .while three of hi. fellows .,
if ;
men doubt ,a promise only shirt that was dry of something In a mlnute- does, I'm sure." .. .,
lilt stood at the entrance, went 'into the 'saloon where the
Bible, let them try the pro- "Always got a good excuse! His voice cold and Icy, broke ed Malay. "I'Don't .
... doctor aided by any of you fellows speakEnglish and Sikh guards were a.
the ship's assengers ,
H men wonder, whether Gaskell laughed scornfully. "I've into her wild harangue. "I doubtit. while :...
the wounds of ? GaskeU asked the Malay wing held captive.
1 Christ ,can save, let them got the ship back on her course. I don't think I have sufficientflow Col. Alken, dreued ...
and Sikhs. chieftain He looked at each McArdle was .
III 1 their lives the wounded seamen-: Jamesy staring at
at half .peed-they're
over to Him and her
of
Keep
speech. one In turn all shook their headsIn
alt and horror gleamed In the ; the boxes as Intently as Nah him
Fear
They tell us that this is) making som,,repairs on the port himself a drink, pick '
H.'poured sign that did not understand
they self when
wentiflc of the wretched group, save the lids were finally
odd
[ age ask dem. Call me when you sight for hisbedroom eyes
ua to engine. and started
ed the glass
his words.
up McCaleb who had fallen Thereupon betook broken. The Malay chieftainlunged
Ie '
Charlie
everything. I r commend Mandarin light, .What are you doIng Infuriated completely for : I
the pirate leader confidently his hand Into one of the
ray readers This is DcvIda' Into drunken sleep on a lounge.
Ives that they turn jeers alYWay'1 beside herself China Doll followed More and guards were by the arm and led him closer to boxes. When he lifted It, .It was
over to Jsua Christ and watch isn't It? obstinate passengers
him pounding on his thrust Into the saloon the open window. He raised his tiled with fine sand
tordshlp and find out !if He is ""I'm going to stand It along with being
shoulder starboard rolce so that anybody in the life To be continued
He and .en- ( )
claims to sullenly, through port I
be. He said H< my own, replied Dawson won't be
"You you Sir
MM to i r you. trances Among them were
him :o
save want to return
unto the utter- unless you when I get -- -- -
*Ill\ so high and mighty Wllraerdlng, Sybil Barclayand
who come to God by Him. duty." tJaskell shook his head Guy
laid l through with you! I'll take you Doll. James McArdle
< China
He
is "I]
able continued:
J to
and Dawson
keep us from grImly, look-
down a peg or two! Gaskell the rear; He followed
r and FUNERAL DIRECTOR
to If this brought up
IM present as faultless know what I'd do to him his shoulder
Ills ed at her coldly over who was' thoroughlyfrightened
that presence of His glory. He was my ship .,*I got him waitingoutside entered the bedroom closed and China Doll and upset to a couch My Many Year* Experience: Make It Possible for Me to Kinder UP 'fO >,... _>p .. ...-

isle having been tempted He bag packed and alL, "All locked the door. She yelled at hIm and sat down beside her. EFFICIENT. PROMPT soil COURTEOUS SERVICE: .v7 nlrs tl Ngh tssdsa z aj

/o succor those i who are Gaskell smiled queerly on the panel a tattoo of were thrust Into MODERATE: PRICES >W. wood** yov ana> ..thwfind ...
ted. Bounding wf
You don't Mister what you More passengers barb aft flit ; -
beI1n.. let's see ahelh
It' right I'll fix you! !
11 "Just wait them Mr*
try rage: the saloon; among DeWITT C. JONES
Him and find 'out;, All would do If this were your ship""I crawling Watch. seal! o.__ t;
have ever put Fpm i to the test do anything like?" You'll be glad to come andineea Vollberg Mr. and Mrs.. Tlmmons. Bbtrke florid '.wiveS caw 14 to Ir.......
can ...
( hack to me-on your band thinking bet move Nsena. 11-- M '"
sell!!lid that ne silent nod Dawson Mr.. Vollberg. T .. Jr. ?
hi he Can "* evt Gaskeirs his !" I I unperceived by the! Malaya, removed ... ,- MIl .... rNUS
I'8e promised to do. If this drew a plug of tobacco from Captain' Gaskell listened to her her earrings and slipped .... -. ... {

\then Would' prOduce a greater: pocket and started itt towards his words emptied his glass' and them into the bosom of her dress.Mrs. ---NATIONAL ORGANIZATION=- ,.. ..,. ? e
wild ,
to do Jesse. I would not know mouth before realizing what be himself upon the bed wIth-II I Tlmmona followed her example witfc aa.a.a**..* la OktoaI* **.**.* the .. h'l '_-.., .BIlk. ....... '

IIId with HII'Q.i :t. say,!'Jcfy was doing He reluctantly returned Hung his clothes .4 '. removed the string of pearls lLe. aoowaatrl. tile _. ..em sue ...easesofUtest .- hill.. lea.a bait el J ;
my God,". to his pocket as he out removing ? 1 e .ua.atMae. asksed
the plug Caskell ,A few minutes later China Doll from her neck and let them I'lldliDto 1. Brut k. ewer W mare. *f aMarl *-.. = i rM t
betlco went out on the. bridge. her bosom. Ow of the pirate *. N farm*.. la ,
ranks Davids who unlocked the door Into her sitting a. Mart ham new la caw of evsw/.a.1 nerves. s
first the United followed him, passed mssaaltr heel ,.... .
to another,In a low Dw. h W..b II .
Ire and snapped on the light guards spoke Maa ova ar..waNfi s.. ts f6 ;
M .
d Conn' and Canada thIrd, waited Just outside the'wheel. room asked his m tkae _.. .. .1..
was sitting on the voice. Mr. TImmons a..car IJ u a. a sa tit quasitt = .tc .
started McArdl h ... :
product on. house-with his dunnage-bag, Jamesy : ...... h...
at her. wife; ). Mart ... .. .. .
*--w sag k. ...
then of the table staring a*fereae.. .. the '
up the steps to the bridge edge "What are you hiding those<< avof7*. *T .. ..... .... g......} 'I4 : '

I halted to listen to Dawson. Then he got up went to the door for? They're not worth any- V. each a mat .eq a p..rye's' ettb 'a .v.**.M fm.aM ass ,: )11M M ,..ius. es'.-, r ,
ew
25tIuoUSNE "Having been logged for conduct locked It and put the key In his pearls ..fatanta ........... ....... .t eHaae a _MB) was ... .e laTMr *.**- .
looked sulleny thing. w
Doll ?
officer and relieved pocket. China :
unbecoming an .. at him as he walked grimly His wife was startled and con fan f Imfmtal ta Cn 1Mtae. s4 >sis **l lawrrtov win M f
from further duty Davids, up fused. -"1 I doa't want to lose --.-**. Wri*.. wlM tovhm' .. tel t. (
something
,
took
u are to go forward back to her. She Dp_e. .1 P..U.wr / I
said Dawson '
7 "
.'. from the bosom of her dress and them. eerha..00lsa as cnunrr. mmm, nro, I l ; I \ t..' \ : \ t tty'SEPTEAffiER
perfectly'rfpt, my
of ou're .. ....
'to dlarat. Mf threw It upon the table to front oTat. ., ......... IlL
Scar "You're going the object; It dear" said Mrs. Vollberg coming, ,--rasa.ruts! *.- -
asked Davids with a trained ..* :.him. He picked up
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l PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COfVNTr TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. 8EPTEi\rBEn
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Aa was TUB to RACE be expected'ls--:Off the race I You've [ T ;,;':::: ODD' --- BIJT: TRUE -

Is on between Nevada and Floridato Maybe ...,.

1877 see which state can capture the 1 .,,

doubtful honor of being the divorce Heard It ButBig y. ..
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MEMBERFLORIDA capital of the United States. .- ,'" .,-.;, NO. 1,788,151 .'

PRESS' ASSOCIATION No sooner did Florida enact Its PAxN0.1,750IS1

ninety-day divorce law than our ''''= I /WETHOD OF CONSTRUCTING AUTO
1935 ::: OPir| <
0 Ba lneM In Reno
.. rival began to offer extra conveniences SO DENTS IN FENDERS
"fouvatd 2dotidat .. and comforts to a public al. There was probably; more loose AND BODY WONT

,.. .. ., divorce-conscious. change jingling In the pockets of BE NOTICEDTHIS
--- -- ------ -- -- ready overly
t Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Last week Florida attorneys announced Reno beaux last,week than at any : METHOD OF CONSTRUCTING: THE
t increase in the time during recent years. Water CAR
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida a steady CONSISTS OF.N\AI.ING."n-IE<
I' business In Florida with a numberof continued to stand in a low place SURFACES*
-- --- -Y divorces already granted on Road 48 at the edge of the negro THE BODY AND FENDER I
quick
IRREGULAR
E. Matthews___._ Editor and Owner I after
settlement several
; ------------------ others In court, and many inquiries days LIKE MAMMERED'METALWITH

-.. -- .. -- .... .. -- -- being received. Proponents of the flood which wan our share :r-- OF THE HAMMEREDBL.OWSOISPO EACH
SUBSCRIPTION RATE the law predicted that Florida of the tropical storm When an automobile Q

would benefit by increased "tour driver stopped and looked INWARDSORCONCAYED. THEN IF AM
lix Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance ist trade" If persona could obtain doubtfully at the sheet of water DENTS ARE MAD! THEY LOOK

Advertising Rates Application covering: the,,road five or,six negro MERELY
: on divorces here while spending d LIE A PART OF THE PATTERN OP THE
___ __ I comfortable vacation. youth would Jump upon his CAR
Y running board and begin to tell
Nevada refuses to be
Apparently
We have G-Men and Gimme-Women. frightful stories about "deep holes" '
outdone In the comforts offered to
OHlWV'AWFUL 5ORRV THAT'S AU.RIGH1.,
and "washes" that couldn't be,seen
and what further
o this class of tourist -
under the muddy water. I'-" PAY FOR ANY WHATS A COOPLA
O what la so rare as a man who pays cash? steps Florida will take in the "Better let me guide ,PA/MAGE EXTRA DeNTS
way of offering competition remain you
MORE OK.;: LESS
tt Q 0 to be seen. through cap'n" the leader would I '

uniform law effective say. "Fellow got stalled In here
,
In learning to write the problem is to make the "1" silent. throughout An the forty-eight states, this mornin and had to pay a

""" o would eliminate the evils of'competing wrecker man $5: to tow him out."

"divorce mills." If the driver fell,for the story
Would you call the parents. of a spoiled child heir-condi: the boy would stay on the running

tioned? A GOOD REPAIR MAN board and carefully guide him In

"Roosevelt is neither a Red nora a circuitous path around those terrible '
; i o Fascist. Every adult citizen holes. ,Many local people as

Stomach trouble these days is most likely trouble keep- knows that. When one of his well as tourists, paid fifty cents T-4J':

; ing it full. critics calls Roosevelt by such and up for this. Invaluable service.

names, frothing at the mouth, he If a driver, refused to be guided
-
1 o convicts himself of thorough dishonesty 'when he got about mid-stream the

Solitude Is complete when the average person is alone or bigotry or both." rear bumper of his car would be IMPROVEMENT/ ON THIS IDEA OH14O! I LUST GOT

with his thoughts. Surprising enough the above covered with five or six boys anda TO COVER MAJOR SMASHES I IWWVAIOT TENS,CAH: FROM THE
hand would be thecar's THE MATTER.
taken from Re- clamped over
statement was a DESIGN A CAR.WITH PACTORV-IT'S MADE
o publican newspaper The San Die exhaust pipe In an effort to A, RADIATOR SMASHED IN BEEN IN UP THIS. WAY SO
,, Starke should remember that the Red Cross was ready go Union. It Is refreshing to find tall It. The tariff for being push AN ACCIDENT SMASHUPS WONT.SHOWWHAT'S

Il its aid. fair ed out once you were stalled was
to come to that there really are some L@T'F.AhBUMP

J. oWe minded people In the country who *!.' ME.
do not allow their politics to warp ,When the water finally 'ran off I SHOUT. [
know wife jealous she doesn't like it when her # /
a so their minds and cloud their vision a day or so later surprised motorists WORRY

husband hugs the curb.: What this newspaper says Is noted that the surface of I I z

y o I true. President Roosevelt recently Road 48 was as smooth and free I I
from holes aa it had been before I I v o
described his measures as a repair o-
For some folks love at first sight begins with their first program-repairs to the gov- the rains. 'But who would be- c ART

experience in front of a mirror. ernment in the same sense that grudge a Reno belle another bar I I I ?

O repairs must frequently be madeto of candy or, a second bottle of soda ,: 3.w1. p15.aat Qnwti,'
the White House building.It pop? v -- ---.-
k f A drunk man will swear"that a crooked line looks like --- '
has been a long time since ; '
'the shortest distance between two pints,. the United States underwent any One of'', the*minor tragedies of TEACHKR8 EXAMINATIONPersons Patents have been ,granted for I I The United States consumed

o changes and if a few patches are the storm*!. told by a husband desiring,to take teach hats that shine In the dark. [000,000,000 eggs during 1934NOTE ,

candle found to be necessary we know ono here who says It cost him $2. O togo er's examinations are to report at
Some people burn their at both ends and then '
I. one we had rather have make for his cook the morning after the: court house, Starke, ;Fla.,
{ wonder where all the tallow comes from. them than the man. on the job the heavy rain. He paid fifty cents Thursday September, at 8 a. m

N7v o i right,now. to be guided through the standing Be prepared with pen, ink and,legal -

'- water and even then some of it got cap paper.
Wilson wanted to save the world for democracy. Now BIG! MILEAGES
BENEFICIAL CHAIN in his oil and he' had to. have a -A.. J. Grlffla, Supt.. THESE
it's a task to hold democracy for the world. The chain letter' craze that change. I :

fr o swept the country several months NOTICE FOR or TAX IFP.WinD.'<<'CATIO. !!

find ago seems to have been of some Small Town Haters NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
writer said
Of Will Roger's passing one "They may
That MitffKle Parmenter, holder of ,
his his benefit after all. It no doubt gave We wonder if others have noticed 41/47 of Tax Certificate No 88J In. :Thee* treai footprints are typical of .'
to fill spacbut not place.
A someone
the Rotary Club of Quitman, Ga., that it seems to be the smallest sued Srcl day of Ausruet, A. D. 1931. scores ", e'.e made from Goodyear1'' /
o Its Idea of a "pig chain" which If has filed said certificate In my of-
people who take the de- '
greatest 'lee and made application.for tax "G-3" AU-Weather Tires oa the cars a
The one thing more dangerous than playing a saxophoneis long continued will greatly Im- light In giving a large town as deed to Innue thereon In accordancewith vof.your friends and nelahbo.terhi"
prove, livestock In that county. their law. 41/47 of laid certificate
home'addreslI. "I'couldn't
playing on another person's heartstrings.The embraces.: the following- described drtv.n for record mileages Note
The club has given a purebredpig
bear living in a town the size of property situated' In Bradford Coun
o to each of the seven schools! Starke" they and ty, Florida to-wlti' The South-Bait the sharp non-skid pattern still show* ALL WEAT

man who is afraid of progress should at least be in the county that have vocational they're right at say',that.. With perhaps their I Quarter North-Kaet-Quarter' o1 South-Kant and North-West Quarter of ,Inft-proof that there's still thousands
agriculture. The teachers will of miles of safety left In these tires.
particular of North--East Quarter and .
f 'good enough'to stand aside and let'others pass: typ mentality they uNortho8 I "
award the pigs to the boys, and '
Deed the reassurance! of \big town rren of North-Bag Quarter of Court la and see this convincing
o the only condition Is that a pigfrom background'to convince themselvesthat North-Kant Quarter of South-Emit 4. ?
I and Went Half of North, evidence that prove this great tirewill
Judging from the expense one would conclude that it is each litter produced will be they amount to something after Quarter of South-East Quar give you '
given back to the Club trrExcept Three Acres
Rotary In NorthWest
all. If a Is -
worth to be rid of wife than to person big enoughho
more a get one. Corner and except Four Aorta
which will them to other
hey bo pass on will bring distinction upon the In Houth-Wet Corner Section 32, % Lonitr Nee-=kid Mileage
boys. place he lives, no matter how Townnhlp 6 South,. Range 22, East, 143
containing 41 acres more' or !ee.. -a* no .;dra coati i
Thus Instead of an endless chainof -
canal
Now that the is assured Tampa and Jacksonville mall it la. But the town no mat- The aeveenment of said property
"Faith, hope and charity," ter how large, will never bring distinction under the Bald certificate Issued wan JO,IT1 Mil*
won't have anything to argue about except population.The Quitman will have an endless In the name of J. T Jones. McBrkl
ter the -hl
upon man. Unless Raid rertltiuate malt be redeemed TC HMEPAs1 LdW I PRICES .r olfolMCembrlila
o' :
chain of thoroughbred pigs. This is 'IrPOlltoltlce,,-- according law, tax deed *,huaohs |
careful abse t-mlnded man takes his wrist watch the first good thing we have seen EpisodeHe' will Ixnue thereon on tne 28th day ,92 461Farm
arising from the chain letters. of September A. D 1036. i .1 In'' ti.i i "Hl\ the world' l-.u -- .
off and places it in the pocket of his bathing suit belt. r- -O--. was In the postofflce late D.Dated 1880 tills j8th day of August A, > lta.rr

O THE! INEVITABLE Tuesday night about three sheets 'A. 3 THOMAS. Ghnimuunt,N.VSPEEDWAY
In the windiv strange fellow we'd clerk. of Circuit Court,
Wonder if ,there was anything left of Florida' when the Huey When Long sudden la death dead. comes to a never seen'him before, who looked 8-80-61-9-27 Bradford County, Florida.' 'DONT BE F09U

N California newspapers got through with the hurricane? like' something the storm washedup.
man. even one as generally disliked I
.', NOT.1'1 OF APPMVtTIOV! bytrlckdiecounnl I )
It he had had another drink and !
FOR TAX built
DKHn
0 as was the Louisiana dicta- / peddedpriceliers
he i would likely be NOT1CK IS HEREBY $4-
GIVEN
harmlessly guaranteed.
tor, It Is a source of regret that sitting That W P. Smith, holder ? NO TIRES until H
h They are trying to perfect a fool-proof airplane. Why In of a portion favorite I
corner of the cement A MO)
violence has again disrupted the one of Tax Certificate. No. 385. Issued ,HCL how MUCH
A not make the automobile. before taking to the air? floor -.as it was he was staggering 5th day of August, A.'D. J92f. with thriftymillions. QUALITY GoodMfives
orderly course of events.If .sl .
hall filed nalit certificate 11m, of. yILa FOR It
n D Huey Long had been contentto from one mail box to another, flee and made application, for tax ,...... AlNew O' you MONEY -|
:wist ,each lock deed l 4.75-19 SAME
Ing and to nue-thereon In 0.31'
A patent Has been granted for a hat' that tIps itself. lead the normal and prosperous faint curse'Words to himself muttering law HAId-portion of accordancewUh certificate. 4.{0-21 4.! 10 LESS!
life that his brains and ability when etnhrHkeft thoiVTollowIngdescribed $5. *6-B:
Seems strange for a hat to be more polite than its owner. would naturally have brought to he failed to,get one open. property, situated In Bradford County 5.20 -. .isBJkAABVffWIssIGOODLYEAR. DOUBLE GUAIA
riorldav' A-wlt: East Half of SIllS
|r. O him he might have been alive to For the purpose of killing a little South-Went Quarter and NorthWest CAllI PIIICII-- on Goodyear T
However when he allowedhis : time we opened our box although Quarter of South-Went Quarter road lnu)
Arthur Brisbane headed a recent column "You All Will J day. Section 24, Townnhlp ,,7 MOuth, against"
,unnatural craze for power tt : It1"could plainly be seen Range 23 Kant, containing 120 acre. snd defects
; Fly, Soon. Apparently won't have anything to about .** '
we say lead him into paths where it was that there was nothing in It. Finally more or lew*
The Bald
of
amMHMment" .property
it. impossible not to make bitter enemies we asked' "Are you looking under the said certificate lenuedwai
for something?" A stupid In the name of Henry Friedman.
he might have known that question
o
.
he was treading on dangerous ; 'But the man was drunk and deemed Unless according Bald certificate to law shall, tax be'e deed
Senator A. W.'Lewis \! the secret of a successful mar* Motor Co.
says ground. probably wouldn't mind our inane- will issue thereon on the J8th day Register
} ried life is for and wife mad the ness. of October, A. D. 1915.
a man his never to get at With a long line of assassinated Dated thin 11th day of September,
same time. tyrants behind him Huey Long He glared a moment as If aboutto A. D.> 183& ,

., o' must have realized what would. one take offense, and then changedhis Clerk A. 3 THOMAS of Circuit Court, STARKE FLORIDA
day be Ala fate. mind. He explained: "I tol' my OlrFICIAr County Florida ,
Razor blades .are being made of glass in Europe. This -' ------ wife write me gen delivery, Star.- ( SEAL) D-IS-Bt-10-11

4C does practically nothing toward solving the problem of how PASSEDThe Florida, No letter today nor yes uwea .wewwn.+ww ,
last Congress was usually terday. I'rthought maybe -thelle
11 to dispose of old ones, spoken of as lethargic, slow-mov people make a mistake and get it :

u ing, dead on its feet. But, with In somebody else's box. Anything FLORIDA IIAA--

We've been listening for a song hit about Addis Abada. September approaching and'Congressmen else!youi.wa.nna know?" .
anxious: to get home to ,,*,We shOOk our head and went on
-Tampa Tribune, You'll have to wait until \someone! learns order to pay attention to their political about OUl'C uslDeall. Florida Motor 'Lj'na Forges;Ahead!

'lr how.to pronounce it. fences, the closing days -
Plorlda'a
match ol Florida ,
progiM e'
Y O. K. LEADING ? o:
o tivity. ,All' right,with the.world. The Lln. baa mad'the) state Increasingly j_ f, ear r

? That bombing of two Broadway theatres' might have Passed was the banking bill-In storm Is over they're digging the popular because of lie modem transportation. da, ,. {

z been the work of a sour individual who is getting pretty fed Its final form It represents a compromise canal, and Governor Sholtz has Motor line baa maintain winter cclMduIa.bclUv ".

' up with Shirley Temple.: between the Administration found his eleven honest men., lag that the state has become a yw-round center for

and such conservatives .as Industry and pleasure alike...It now give peninsular '
a o Senator Glass. Government :will if youlwant to sound real classy Florida a newly-coordinated hlqhway transpor.
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"Babies who frequently, cry are only showing their intel control the banks-but the administering Try pronouncing., flails Selassie. tation .1'S....e.WI" the most modern equipment gat l '

ligence," asserts a psychologist. We often wish the. little an : board will apparently ,be Having missed-Greta Garbo In available...op.r... the fastest, most frequent and ';1

gels werett'tquite'so; smart. ; as Passed non-political as the possible.92SO.OOO.OOO Queen Christina" and "The dependable schedules...employs a friendly and A'

1 o "soak-the-rlch"was.tax bill much :In Painted Veil* we made It a pointto highly-trained personnel.i.'yet retains lowest bud-, x

A south sea island is ruled by'goats", says a writer. the form first asked by the Pres catch""Anna Karenlna" on the get-Bttng fares and a.choice of scenic roo.... ,
c first 'bounce. Don't with '
Down in Tampa one political machine.gets. busy. and tries to ident.Passed was the bitterly debated use aha .is still beyond argue mere beauty LOWEST, BUDGET-FITTING' 'FARES P "

rq' make goats out of the other side. = she Is still the screen's first ac-
Utility Holding Company bilL The JACKSONVILLE ? .80 MIAMI ...-_.._.. .
o "death' sentence'" clause la out, trees, and she still has us walking ST. PETERSBURG3.05 'W PALM :
BEACH_. .gtl
around on air for days after
The New Deal has a lot of enemies, but so'far,we haven't though' there Is considerable 'difference one of her Urns. .Our atmospheric seeing COCOA ,. --._-_.S.M> GAINESVILLE: ,_ .80 _
of to what tha
heard of any towns refusing to send in WPA projects because bill really provides.opinion as Some say It: hiking was,rudely.Interrupted this OCALA ._.___1.00' r CINCINNATI ? __11M ". : +

t they objected to Roosevelt policies. gives' the government the power week however, when a radio en MELBOURNE, __t... .DETROIT ,--___,16.08 1

I to put,, holding companies out of ouncec. treat. station WRUF, with ORLANDO.-: "-:, :"'O 'ATLANTA'r' ?9

1 : business If It wants to-others say more humqr.than good last, told TAMPA _?_.,.__.,.E.60 'BIRMINGHAM ...e.as "/fLAKE
A chap was thrown fro a New York elevator for not I the world ( rather that -
' It simply provides atrait-Jackst or portionof CITY ___I.IS CHATTANOOGA : ._1.30 $..
: ,wearing a coat.. It is perfectly proper however, to appearon regulation. It that Ullten. to WRUF) that HERO BEACHb6: << ,NEW ORLEANS!: __.8.00 '
the next would be dedicatedto
Wall Street without shirt.A Passed was the bill setting upa song
your "little NRA" for the bituminous Garbs Imagine with what InIgnatlon -, ,UNION BUS STATION
.
coal: industrya measure whose we snapped off the radio ,

writer reports that 325,000,000 gallons of ice cream are constitutionality seems more. than when the orchestra struck up "Yo' -IRS." I:. H., SMITH. Agent I
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consumedin," the United States each year. Fathers of.children doubtful. .Poets..,.... Too r.;.i Big.,.. : ,...,._ -.. Opp. Court IIou e-Pbooe UO-W;

who are ,always begging for a.nickle may think this report federal Passed government was a measure control giving over the rente Court's abolition of the old ')mIa-Noma_ '
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rather:conservative. liquor, mad necessary,by.the au- NRA. M

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