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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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R ROOSEVET& DEADLINEFOR EMERGENCY LOANAPPLICATIONS CAR LOADINGS FOR OUR'QUOT.OANAti WORKERS: IS CITY BOOSTS THREE SEE WEEKSSHOULD ROCK ON \ COURT HOUSEPROJECT



5 HEAD MAN'mSTARKE Deadline for IS SET FALL BELOW TO. BEAMED r SOON.t SOME STATE CRAY FARM SAYS: ROAD, UP..

the filing of applications E. C. Long-Of the local WPA, With favorable weather the rock

for emergency crop loans said 'yesterday that officials In foundation on the entire nine miles '
for fall vegetable crops has been YEAR AGO Gainesville bad assured him a quota ASSESSMENTS of the Starke-State Farm road FOR ALLOTMEN1
for
set September 30
according to
of Bradford County men wouM\ should be completed within throe
an announcement this week by -, soon be taken 4.0 work on the weeks, 1.. M. Gray contractor for -

; Reports of Waning applications Mrs. Alma Bain during, who the la handling absence Rail Movement From cross-state there was no ship Intimation canal. However of how Refining CompaniesGet the Thursday work, said morning yesterday the rock had Green Feels Confident

Popularity Seem from the city of Mrs Mildred GUI Bradford Shows, many would be called, he said. I Notice of been laid past Green's Dairy, a distance Addition WillGet

GroundlessONLY Doyle. Decline The office here la busy registering of more than a mile from s
Raise Fund
,,Farmers planning to take advantage : all workers so aa to be pre. town, and only four miles remained

of this opportunity are I pared Whea the quota Is announced to .connect with the rock that -
TWO KNOCKERS urged to make applications at MIGHT BE RESULT OF .. ,A f*# Jworkera from here MEETING TO BE HELD has been laid from the other end ORIGINAL WORK HAS

FOUND( IN TWENTYWith once. MORE TRUCITRAFfIC: have attempted to have their regIstration TO II E A R COMPLAINTS I of the road. lie bal had only six KEEN TORN DOWN
-_ I ." ehanwe4.t Marlon County good working days because of rain, -
even the; staid old Boston READYWith Bradford County shipped fifty- I Mr. Long laid,'but In general Several large corporations with Mr. Gray said, He will put his en- Bradford County's court house

Transcript, recognized organ of JUDGE six: less carloads of fruits and veg. this practice hal nat been successful branches In Starke were put on tire fleet of twenty trucks Into addition project has been approvedby

Republican ultra-conservatlam InNr etables during the 1934-39 season and Is not recommended.PARITY notice this week by the City Council action next week for the first national headquarters of the

England finding President New than It did In 1933-34, the annual that their assessment for city time. WPA in Washington and Is now'' .

Roosevelt stronger with the people report of the Florida State Mar taxes are being substantially rais awaiting formal action by the Allotment

in 1932 It was no- surprise keting Board, released this week, BILL ed. Board, Congressman R. A.
than 1&
this week to uncover the same HUNT PERMITS shows. The'council, sitting as a board of QUIET WEEK Green was advised yesterday by

ailment In Bradford County a A total of 181 cars moved out by equalizer, made the changes and telegram.The .

Hong-bold of the Democratic rail from this county a year ago/ Up Today For I will hear complaints of the affected Interpretation placed on thla

Party. .while 125 cars left here during the parties at a meeting to be held Reported meaaage by Mr. Green was that '

Out of twenty persons ,in van NON-RESIDENTS MUST season Just closed.Comprising COUftTTEST Tuesday night, October 1, at 8 there is little doubt the project {;,

oui walks of life questioned here PAY EXTRA IN the total In 1934-3S o'clock.A wilt go through and receive a final
would BRADFORDAlthough there ATWPAHERE allotment of funds In substantially ''r'
c only two Indicated that they were ninety cars of strawberries legal advertisement In this
unfavorable toward Roosevelt fourteen of cucumbers, week's issue of this paper'advlsea the same form In which it was) "

to to the 1936 election. In both cases ,I hunting season la still seventeen of potatoes, four of mixed MANY STATE EMPLOYESGO of the following changes In assessments drawn up here However ho
several weeks away County JudgeE. miscellaneous and PAYLESS UNTIL : again wired Washington urging
It was apparent that a personal thirty-five of WORK CONTINUES ON
1C Perryman has received a
basis of the com vegetables. In 1933-34 there were SETTLEDTALLAHASSEE. Immediate action. y
grudge. was the supply of licenses and Is ready to Standard Oil Company, person. SAME FOURPROJECTS
plaint. fix to 136 ears, of strawberries, seven of al assessment raised from $2391 The court house addition here
relief;worker, was up any sportsman eager watermelons, ten' ,,of tucumbert, Sept. 19- to 2800. has had a checkered career. Originally
man, a
One start out without moment's delay
arln" the President ,because he the a twenty-seven of potatoes, one mixed ((FNS) The Florid.. Supreme Court American Oil Company, personal No new projects sent In; no new begun under the CWA It
as soon as season
did not think he had had his fair The price of most game licenses opens. miscellaneous and thirty-eight will decide whether or not the parity property assessment raised from projects approved; same four projects was taken over by the ERA and ,

of relief funds.'- However remained follows of vegetables.The act passed bythe IB33 legislature $1100 to $1750. -.-airport, county roads court later abandoned entirely when
than
unchanged as :
worker failed to answer when decline in rail .hlpments Is constitutional. The bill The Great Atlantic* Pacific house indexing and Alligator I County Commissioners decided 'a;
hit! Resident county license $1.25; resident A
bow much work ha thought home from this county might be more places public schtxjjs, colleges and Tea Company, personal property Creek-being worked. That was I that a second story was needed
caked than
have had under a differ. other county than accounted for by the Increase some state departments. on equal aaaeaament raised from $750 to the rather negative news from the and that the foundation construct. ,
would
lii administration. The other objector $3.25; resident state license $0.00. in truck shipments during financial bs. ls.-, $1000.. ,WPA office here this week Indicating ed under"the original plan would
and doves
for
at The season quail
bad written Roosevelt in re- Sere November 20 and continues the past few years. Falling to receive his salary Sinclair, Refining Company, personal a lull after the rush of submitting not be sufficient.
; to old age pensions and had opens 15. In Rail shipments from the entire check; from ComptroUer J. M. Let, property asaeaament raised new projects to beat the deadline The part of the addition which
February
cud through
""Hirer received a reply." This he the Gulf coast counties the dove state showed a decline from 101- Herman Kurz, professor of botany from $1320 to $1750. set by Washington for this was built by the two previous Federal 11
to turn 682 carloads In 1933-34 to 92,643 at the Florida State College for Southern Bell Telephone A Telegraph month. administrations has been demolished
ldered cause enough' Saturday by- a t
tm admin season opens peculiarity cars: In 1934-35. Women, filed court proceedings, personal property assessment One project has been reported with the exception of the u
thumbs down on the entire of the law that allowsmlp'atory ..... ,.
-- with the Comptroller in the position raised from $428 to $1500.. i finally approved by Washington large vault which remains standing '. dr
istration.,, to be killed In the
birds MYSTERY PLAYAT of defending the parity act Postal Telegraph Co., persona but the office here has not recalvv and will be used In the new ',,1'
The other eighteen persona questioned coastal counties at any ,time when and explaining to the court why: property assessment raised from ed orders to begin work under it. addition If the project Is finally ;n

bere were all heartily in not prohibited by Federal regula RITZ be refused to distribute around $572 to $1500.Seaboard It Is for Improvement to the sank approved. S1

favor of Roosevelt for another four tlon. The Federal season Is from $98,000 of state pay-roll checks Air Line Railway Co., tary sewer system In Starke by the The project application provide

learn The list Interviewed included September 21 to January 0. ANN SHIRLEY'S NEW due September 1., assessment for track valuation and addition of 2,851 feet including for alterations and additions, consisting

druggists filling station atludtits Non-resident hunters 'in Bradford PICTURE NEXT Kurs claims his salary was provided pro rato rolling stock raised from pipe and six manholes. The new of a two-story brick addition

restaurant proprietor County this year must pay a WEEK by the general appropriations $16,031 to $26,734. line will connect the two septic I containing a court room A

turners, professional men grocery, registration.fee:of one dollar and George Raft again returns to act passed by the legislature Gulf Refining Company Block tanks south of town. It requires I board room, offices for the coun

urn, and a few without any visible will not be allowed to hunt here the Rita Theatre on Sunday and and that it must ,ba paid despite 31 a. extended on Ensey Map, Federal funds, ",8M with spon. ty's school superintendent county '1

means of support.. on Saturdays and Sundays. Monday In his sensational new the parity act, which provided that original town of Starke, raised sor's contribution set at $218. I clerk, a fire proof record vault and .'t+

,The Boston Transcript' survey; film, "The Glass Key," by the au the public schools" would share from 6750 to $8000 Other county projects approvedby Collets Additional alterations and

ijoacUL.,]y.lUu::vJla4nn :editor MUST REPORT thor of "'The Thin Man." equally with Apartments and the.state WPA- and forwardedto I repairs to the old structure are also .' a; '

o had just returned from a 8,- Political maneuvering, love Intrigue colleges In distribution of state Washington are: planned.. Federal funds $20,* 1

)mile transcontinental air trip. FIREARMSLARSON and an enthralling murder funds. DOWLINGRESOLUTION Hampton .-> Remodeling town's I 506.10; sponsor' contribution' $3.- 'bV

i found Indications of widespread WARNS PEOPLE mystery are the story of this picture Attorney General Cary D. Lan- water supply system, grading 923.B5.
sad continuing personal loyalty to FILEBLANKS which makes It one of the dis termed the question the moat streets, relaying brick sidewalksand -

Roosevelt and practically no Inter HERE TO most thrilling that Raft has ever Important to come up since his ADOPTED BY TEACHERSAT clearing and grubbing city J. H.WILLIAMS

lilt In or knowledge of Rhode- Island made. There Is a supporting cast term as attorney general He will ASSOCIATION park here. Federal funds $5,051;

or New England reaction Do you own a firearm TIt of the beautiful Claire Dodd, Edward appear as chief council for Compo MEETING sponsor's contribution, $919., BURIED HEREBODY

against the New Deal. If such a you do you had better registerit Arnold, and Ray Millard. troller Lee. Lawtey-Repairing and painting BROUGHT FROM FT.
this At the first of the month Lee The Bradford County Teachers the public schools here Federal
nrvey means anything, paper even If you are not planning to Next Tuesday and Wednesday; : TO HOME OB a'
MEADE
laid, Roosevelt would be elected enter a life of crime and have the brings to the Rita Anne Shirley, announced be had refused to distribute Association met last Friday afternoon funds; $1,405; llpon or'. contribution BROTHER ,

today by a greater vote than he around merely to scare thieves the brilliant young actress who pay checks for colleges and in the school building and $250.

received in 1932. out gun of your chicken yard. captured the hearts of millions In many state departments until the plans were begun for.this county'* Woodlawn-Repairs to the public 'I J. H. Williams/ 50, died last f,

The Boston newspaper survey In a communication to the Telegraph her debut picture. Now you sea full application of the parity act part in the district meeting to bo school building here. Federal Thursday at his home In Fort
i
|concluded r"Outalde this week, J. Edwin Larson, her In her latest "Chasing Yester could be determined Employees held in Gainesville,, October 20. funds, $661S; sponsor's contribution I Meade after a few days illness Mr.,

; of the newspapers and collector of internal revenue, calls day." Again co-starring with Miss of the Florida Railroad Commis The following resolution wa* I Williams was a native of South M

political circles the people; of the attention to provisions of the National Shirley are O. P. Heggie, and Hel Non State Planning Board, Florida adopted and made a part of the $135.MINISTERS Carolina but he hat made Floridahis
State College for Women'University minute of the association: I
country\ are not excited' today by Firearms Act, requiring every en Westley. home for some time

presidential talk. The problems of person who oa July 26 1934 Thursday and Friday of next of went Florida without and other their departments A R *olntlon Upon The Vr+O of ADDRESS CLUBNEW I Mr. Williams was brought bere' UL;

local public works, bond issues, was In possession of a firearm to week will bring "Annapolis Fare pay S. S. Dowllng to the home ot.his brother, Nat

hulneai conditions are enough to have It registered. well" starring Sir Guy Standing checks, as a resultsThe was'passed. dur. MEMBERS SIGNUP f :Williams, 'for the funeral and the
act
cloud any wondering 'about the Under tha'Act, the term "fire- Tom Brown and Richard Crom parity WHEREAS: WITH TOWN' 'body was taken to Kingsley Lake ,
!A presidential election. Even in arm"1-. means a shotgun _or rifle well. ing the closing hours of the session In the providence of Our Heavenly SEND PLAN Cemetery for burial., The Rev.

stung Republican centers; the av- having a barrel of less than eighteen and sought to provide that if Father Professor S. S. Dowl- Ira Colson conducted the funeral ''t

lip citizen has not decided that inches In length or any other FISHING CONTEST definitely specified sources did not ing, who for many years was prin- The Townsend Club met Mon services. (Wi
revolver produce a state fund out of which cipal of Bradford High School ha* the court house witha la survived his
Roosevelt can be defeated. A* al weapon except a pistol or I day night In Mr. Williams by
*oline salesman told me in Ohio;: from which a shot Is discharged if CLOSES state operations are financed. It been taken from.u* by death; and good attendance considering widOW Mrs J. H. Williams two '

This baa always been a strong Re. such weapon is capable of being also provided that 5 If the general WHEREAS: weather conditions. aona, Colman and Lowen William, X

publican county. But who Is there concealed on the person, or a ma ,A. H. JOHNS WINS FIRST fund could not produce enough to We. the members of the Bradford 'The Rev. B. M. Montgomerypastor two daughters, Juanita and Alleen.

11II0 can stand up againstRooee- chine gun, and Includes muffler PRIZE AT BRADFORD make up any deficiency In the 10. County Teacher', Association of the Methodist Church,, six brother, Ned Williams of
nit?' or 'silencer for any firearm.. The HARDWAREThe 500,000 fund, the colleges and certain desire to make a fitting expressionof made a spirited speech explaining Vero Beach C. M. William, of
have
'' "And that' the question.. Until term "person" Includes a partner. Bradford Hardware Company state departments. reduced would on our appreciation of. his,devoted ,the good to be derived from the revolving Manatee and Tom Elliot, Hardle.
the ..company,, association or corporation announced A. II. their appropriation and untiring labor la our midst pension plan if it la ever, and Nat William, all of Btarke.: ,
people can the wheY ship, this week
sea man the public
wiser\ more honest more sincere as well as a natural per. Johns as winner of first prize. in the same basis as and of our sorrow in his passing; put into operation Dr J. W. Au.- '! Two sisters Mr* Fred Sapp and
ud which schools. THEREFORE BIlL IT RESOLVED tin, pastor. of the Benson Spring Mr. Julia Rashdolf. of, Jackson4
human than President,Rooae- son. Its annual fishing\ contest Until the constitutionality) of thelaw. made excellent .
are available : Methodist Church an rule
nil t even the Republlcan'outtd Forms Firearms closed September 13. Much Interest Lee: contends
offices of the is determined. ((1)) That we recognise in the talk expressing his-belief that Pallbearer wen Honorary-. th
I** : at all branch in this section
l England and A .few.indus- ,, ) Internal Revenue and among sportsmen thla that be cannot release these funds.A passing of this good man a loa to the Townsend Plan would be a so- Member of the W. 0: W Camp. e
centers ,to ,stick Collector of Is created each year by set for today.
are going been
hearing baa of the
troubles. 0.
i8h be executed In duplicate and unusually fine tho educational system lution to all our present Active: J. M. Mitchell T.
should
Roosevelt President toL and some .
The contest
. baa to the Internal Revenue this season I state, of a teacher outstanding in The applause that followed both William. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey.C. .
(..... a And hold on the heart of the forwarded office, Jacksonville.. After proper catches were reported first prize with Five FatalAccidents* his profession, who faithfully i of these speeches Indicated that A. Knight (). A. Andreu andJ
decld.dlot.bJ Johns won
elections
Mr.
are the duplicate copy black There were five deaths from automobile served our schools and kept before the audience bad faith In the plan. M. Brownie.. _
heads but by hearts.. endorsement an eleven-pound one-ounce I 'Ideal: a citizen full who was not were In charge of
<-* ,' = ** will be' returned to the registrant. and also had to his credit accident in Bradford; u* the highest Every one present Arrangement ry'
, A "" Attention i la called to the necevslty baaa fourteen-ounce baas and County during: 1934, figures,Just of good work; and a Christian already a member of the club hastened the. Boree Funeral Home. Yw'

HOLLINGSWOimfDAIRY of the registration of all firearms ten-pound nine pounds and released by the: Bureau of" Vital strong la the faith I to Join when opportunity
another weighing
of ownership Statistics show. Of the total three ((2) That this assembly stand was offered to them. GREEN ATTENDS ;
SOLD regardless one ounce.H. residents and'two nonresidents with bowed head In silent expreaalon The next meeting will be held< y
were
A. Bishop won second prize of the county. of our sorrow: October 7 at the court house, CELEBRATIONROOSEVELT
f ILLINOIS MAN PLANS ADKINS CALLS with a ten-pound three-ounce specimen (3) That a copy of this resolution .

4 IMPROVEMENTS TO DECISION "FINE" and Eldredge Smith won Farm Sold be Incorporated In the record NO ONE HURT PUSHES BUTTONTO '
-:( PLANT HERB: third prize with a nine-pound Large of the association, a copy be ,START CANAL'WORK

r- COURT UPHOLDS twelve-ounce b.... Sale of a 100-acre farm a abort sent to the bereaved family and WHEN CARS HIT
C. Holltngsworta this week ", SUPREME ACT. Prizes of $IS. $2 and II In merchandise distance west of Hampton on a be sent to the Bradford Green
REcmCtJITINO copy Was la '
"wncel< the sale of. his dairy were given for first second Sante Fe Lake to O. D. Gray of Telegraph. STREET INTERSECTION I Congressman R. A. .
lid farm three mile south of OF 1933 and third places by the com Palatka, was made this week by V County ', SCENE OF BLIGHT :Ocala yesterday where he wa aa
"lam" Signed: ,
on Road 13 to Ralph: W. Supreme real ee&ate ACCIDENT honored guest at the celebration y4
the
of Free.w.
dlclalon HoUlngsworth D. P. Carpenter
.,,the C. Mr
ii Calling pany. r the beginning of actott <
who marking;
JJ ha moved her from the re-clr- Chairman I
I Court to uphold agent. C. Manning. driven byMrs. _tlcI F.Irsedeat .
-. Eylh. 111.J ;. ... Two automobiles, one digging on the OuJt-A ship
1933 LegislatureI Principal -- of Pub. Instruction
: ,putting act of the Teachers Hear of Board Irene Huvch. of Oak Park, I canal. .
.- DavIs win have' associated I *," Judge A. Z. Adldns. senior .hlta. Bucholtz. principal of the Green Opposes )(rat Bynum Perklaa IlL, and the other by" W. E. Thomp* Roosevelt at his faraway -. ,
Jf him in management; of the of the new Eighth Circuit, Green said Chairman on Resolutions. I N. T.
Iry. Junea Jostle that the Gainesville High School. explained Congressman R. A. moo, of Gainesville, collided Tues home la Hyde Park, ,
.. Ramps In the sale yesterday expressed belief of school finances to this week that he was opposing A ,day morning at the Intersection of {>:touched aa electric switch to setoff

Ralph!? inbutlon 'department,)and decision would settle the matter the status County High teachers at movement to move the United Body Sent Here I Walnut and Call Streets. All oc i. a dynamite blot that tore a, e

Mament Berg In the production .f>- one and for all by discouragingall Bradford Tuesday afternoon. States Weather Bureau headquarters ''cupants of both cara escaped without .- great hole In the ground for the
Mr. Berg Is a graduate suits against the act. their meeting Miami. H. Bennett of the Boree Funeral -
sRrdue other of the school from Jacksonville to | O. Injury. :. 'first caaal excavation.
adi5i University where fee pe-. The suit,brought by a Miami 1.. A. Gray, principal his faculty Home, was In receipt of aI According to officers who Investigated '. ,Congressman Green, before Uav- ',

boot III ,dairying. and. ,>grtculcoursea. Judge, contended that the act was here, said be believed of school Births I telegram at noon Thursday. stating the accident, the automobile Ing for .Ocala, said "the fight for
the picture .
L passed after the expiration of had a clearer before followIng I that the body of Frankie Lee Morgan driven by Mrs. Huyck wasltalf the canal I* not yet over" While {?
t \ and was than ever KV, B. MUllcan,
new amendment problems Mr. and Mra. arrive here from Brad-
? owner has been in the constitutional would way across) the Intersection traveling having no doubt that the project
business for: twenty years not printed on the ballot in the the talk.Marriage e harks, boy September 14. I enton on a late afternoon train. east when atnicls. iby the would be completed the Congressman

7"baa D1any plans for the expand form In which it was passed by the Mr. and Mrs. Charley 14..Dyal. 'Additional Information was not Thompson car. headed south. Both Aid that scaring additional

.* ins Improvement*of the bus- legislature.The Licenses Hampton, boy September available, Mr. Bennett said. cars came out with smashed fenders funda would mean a lot more work.' a,.
... ller. *. full line o.f dairy legislative act reduced the Judge E. K. Ferryman has issued Mr., and Mra. !II!.: H. IT CleIDOID.8.Lawte7. and hub caps.,, The digging yesterday began under j '

'III be offered the number of circuits from twenty- marriage licenses to the following girt September. Sicilian butchers paddle their The Huyck- automobile was a $0.000,000 allotment of works'

'fIIbUe. eight to fifteen and the Judgeships : J. P. Norman and Laura e suit ws ware oa the streets and advertise! whirled around so aa to face the relief fund authorised by ,the t
At Savlogs' '
9re tltn* of the sale the dairy from forty-two to thirty-four. stewart. Keystone Heights. September The breach of promise their meats by carrying the head direction from which It came and President September 3. Engineers'rave
courts, except
tbtrty.flv. cows, but Mr. Date under the act. however were 6. Raymond 'OUnr and barred from Swedish Involved of a freshly killed animal oa ,finally' stopped against aa oak tree estimated the coat of i'the w
child
-bJJecta to 1DeI'MM'the stock counteracted by";the addition at-to Minnie Cowart. Jacksonville,:8ep1 -I : la ease when a was staff.: over. the street curbing. completed ,canal,.at.$1f ... ,ooo.glablished .
state's several ajo.
years
liltTh.. business will be known districts of assistant '
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PINE LEVEL RISING LAWTEY 1 I with relatives of his In California.;;:: visitors to Starke Saturday. It Is estimated that the
a BROOKER
even,
Norman and Mrs. G. N. distance
Mia Vera Gainey, Correspondent Mm. II. M. McRae, Correspondent MH Edna Lewis, ,CorrespondentMiss r O. J. Phillip. Correa.oadeat I'eraonalss: ;;; Norman Lacy were Visitors to Starke, 18,098 steps walked, or a seven day by and a man
,
"' Seve,
The farmers around here are beginning Miss Eula Mae Dyal spent part Neta Kelly, of Plant City, New Arrivals Postmaster R. R. Thede who has Friday. eighths miles.

to set out strawberry of last week In Madison with rel- Is spending a few weeks with her Mr. and Mr..JC;. E.. Burney are been spending his vacation In Chicago -- i-- i ii ffr--

plants. We hope they produce a atives and friends. parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelly anuunclng the arrival of a son, 111., and other Mldmesterncities Half a peanut will provideenough A change of one inch in f,

fine crop and find a good marketfor Gus Fountain and family and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of i born September 12. returned to his duties here eenrgy for a normal personto barometer causes a change ,

them. William Brooks spent Sunday wit! Waldo spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Futch are Friday.' engage in intense mental effort about 1000 pounds |In the atino.

little la Mr. and Mrs. John Rushing at Mr. and Mrs Walter Underhill. announcing the arrival of a son F. R. Carradine was a business for one. hour. pherlo presaua on the humus
i The storm did damage bod
; to make Penney Farms. J. W. Driggers and Jesse Morgan on September 17. The new arrival' visitor to Jacksonville Monday.The .
than -
i this section other It Miss Wilma Wood and Lloyd of Archer, spent the week-end will bo named M. B., Jr. Mrs. 'I Rev. James Lyell and O. .T. --,
x' roads Impassable.
In some of difficult the now to do much Wood, of Penney Farms, spent with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lewis. Futch will be remembered as Miss Phillips were business visitors to FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

+ very roads. Saturday night with Mr and MM. Mrs Walter Edmondson, of Joyce Terry. Jacksonville Monday afternoon.Mr .
traveling over the of country Blountstown, Chester Register Hampton, spent last week with and Mrs C. S. Strlcklanl Many Years Experience. Makes It Possible for Me to Render

Mrs. Rritchard week here with Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly of Mr. and Mrs. .Ruby Crosby. Joins Marines and children of Gainesville were EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
spent part of this and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and Mrs. Strickland's parents' MODERATE PRICES
H. B. Crosby.Mr. Starke, Mrs. C. C. Crosby visiting
her daughter, Mrs Sumpter Harley, youngest son
children, and Miss Carrie Alvarezof children were visiting Mr. and Mi- and Mrs. T, J. Terry, hero DeWITT C. JONES
R. spent
and Mrs. L. Gainey Mrs Eddie Sullivan Sunday at of Mr. and Mrs A. H. Harley, left
section visited Mr. and Starke Florida
last week In Jacksonville with this Saturday for Savannah, Ga., wherehe Sunday.Mr. ,
and sons-in-law, Mrs. John Kelly at Lake Butler. Theressa. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and
their daughters was accepted as a member of
Leon Conner spent the day in children visiting' relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and Mr. Sunday. Jacksonville\ Saturday. Uncle Sam's Marlnes'and was sent were ,
and Mrs. L. A. Mintz. They were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter of to Paris Island for training. Sump- Orlando over the week-end. -
y accompanied home by Mr. and Heilbronn were visiting Mr. and' -- ter Is a graduate of the Bradford Mrs V. R. Reddish is visiting at We Pay the Market Price for

Mrs. Crosby and children who Mrs. O. M. McRae Sunday. BETHEL High School of the-1934 class ani the State Farm thi sweek.
1 spent Sunday with them. Mrs. W. D. McRae of Bradenton,I l\'r.. Ralph Gainey. CorrespondentMiss his many frlenda 9 wish' him great Mrs. R. P.Jones and son, of San Chickens and Eggs

Miss Vera Galney was guest of and daughter, Mrs. Charlie Jack luck. In his neircifo.: Lacy Futch, Francisco, CaJif.,,returned to their
y
Harrell of Lake \ home here last week
son, of Gainesville, were dinner Cherry : and Lamar
her sister, Mrs. R. W. Brannen, In Pet Walrtwrlfht.:
% Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. guists of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me City Is visiting relatives in this Smith left Wednesday for Savan Simon Phillips and Lester Spon- LAYING MASH ---- --'--._____ -- $2.30

w'' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen are Rae Friday. section.. nah. Ga., where they will also holtz were visitors to Gainesville\

'd the proud parents of a boy, born : Mr and Mrs. J. J. Brown of Mrs. Ralph Gainey and children make an effort to Join this fight- Saturday afternoon. SCRATCH FEED -----_________ 2.25
Wednesday September 11. I,Sampson City spent the week-end have returned home after visiting ing force of Uncle Sam. Mrs. Doris McMillan of Gaines-

A. L. Crosby are here with Mr and Mrs. WIllIs relatives in Lake City. -, I ville Is visiting her parents; Mr. COTTON SEED MEAL -________ 1.50
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. D. Woodard of this
section -
Dyal. Families Move Here and Mrs. E. E. Burney, here this
announcing the birth of a boy, A number of our young folks was visiting in Lake City last I week. COTTON SEED HULLS ______ .75
September 9. Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips and
Sunday, enjoyed a peanut boiling at the Sunday. Mrs F. R... Carradlne Is visiting

H. B. Crosby and children after mo- home of Mr. and Mrs. AlonzQoodge Mrs. Susie Gllason and child family who have lived for several friends In Tampa this week. SHORTS ---________________ 1.85
tored to Lake City Sunday few miles west of
Friday night. were visiting relatives in Lake years a Lawteyon Mrs. D. C. Reid of Maxville wasvisiting

noon. ir t Frank Fountain, of Ocala, spent City last week-end. their farm last week moved to friends here Saturday. KEROSENE OIL, Per Gal. ______ .12
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey are Saturday night here with home Harvey Gainey of Boatdraln the city and are located in the David
Joe Shuford, who Is employed in I
gut'' pending a while In Georgia with folks. community was visiting Mr. and Moore cottage
friends and relatives. Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs Cha Shuford, who thu Carradine Grocery here, is tak-,, ALL NEW STOCK AND WE WILL APPRECIATE

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey, Mr. Miss Hope Haynes Is conductingher until recently lived in Gainesville, Ing his vacation this week. !| YOUR PATRONAGE
t Class at Pine Level -
Educational
and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, and H. Thurs BOOTSEY'S BEACH last week moved to this city and Mr. and Mrs.W. C. Wooten re- !'1
McCauley were among those Church on Tuesdays and are occupying ftbe' home of Mri. tf t'ned Sunday from Bamburg, S.
k'R.from here who attended services day nights with good attendance. Mr. .. G......., Correipoadeat Jennie.Brown: C., where they had been to take
In this section are SISTRUNK FEED AND SEED CO.
The farmers
at Union Church near Heilbronn, A large crowd from hero attended their:eon Wllliman to enter the
busy setting strawberry plants.
Sunday, church at Union Saturdayand Rain,, Damage Carlisle Military Academy.
Mrs. M. L. Lewis and children,
i' Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Clemons and Sunday. 'There will be a meat canning STARKE. FLORIDA
Mrs. E. J. Lewis, anod Mrs. H. M. The rainfall Is
heavy seriously demonstration held at the Lawtey
recent.
*v daughter, Willie Mae, have at. Mrs. Mary Reddish Is spending IN TilE GREEN BLOCK
and Odessa ,
McRae daughter
4 ly moved here from Heilbronn. a'few days at Wateroak with rel Injuring the sweet potato crop Canning center Tuesday, September
Mr.. and Mrs.. Elmer Stokes and tended church a\ Union Sunday. atives. and retarding Ube setting of strawberry 24, at 1:30 p. m. and all persons WE CARRY COMPLETE LINE OF FEEDS & SEEDS

baby have also recently moved Mrs. L. J. Norman and daughter, plants in this section. Un- Interested are cordially invited .

here from the Tung Oil Farm. We GUM BRANCH Cleo, of Highland, spent the week- less rains soon slack up there will to attend.

rfl t wish both families a happy success Mini Elizabeth liarnuge, ()or. end here with..her sister.;..Mrs. M. be large damage done here. -- 1000----- - ---- --------.o.j
y; in their new home. L. Thompson.. -

r. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and Mrs. A. J. Williams, of Jacksonville Mrs. Hattie Johns and Mrs. Accepts! Scholarship HIGHLAND
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE
children Idell, LucllD, and Betty Rosa of M. E. Crews, CorrespondentMrs.
Is spending a while with her Canady Macclenny spent Friends of Lester Schnell were

Jo, spent last week-end with I parents, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp the week-end visiting her sister, congratulating him this week on George Wilkinson was a
friends and relatives In Live OaK. W. T. Tints and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. the fact
..... Mr. and Mrs. that he has been awarded visitor to Lawtey Saturday.
children of Plant City, who have Mrs. N. D. Bradley and children: a scholarship to the Universityof Marion McCormick and GarfteU

l GRAHAM been visiting with )lr, and Mrs. of Jacksonville have moved into Southern California. The award Nichols of Tampa, were visitors THAT WE IIAVE BOUGHT TilE

I 'If Mr. !? C. ......... t'urrr.pond.ntI J. N. Norman returned to their our thriving little community. We was made partially upon this here Sunday. HOLLINGSWORTH DAIRY AND
ti home Saturday. welcome them here and hope they young man's extra-curricular workat Mrs A. A., Crews, Miss Eloise
Mrs. J. A. Graves returned Sat- Mrs. Carrie Rhoden, of Baker. will like their new home. Mrs. the Bradford County High Harden" and W. G. Crews visited WILL BE PLEASED TQ CONTINUETO

urday from Savannah Ga., after County, spent Saturday night with Bradley is the daughter of Mr, and School, where he took an active relatives at the State Farm Sun SERVE OLD CUSTOMERS AS
spending some time with her son Mrs. W. R. Kersey. Mr. Is the school
Mr. and Mrs H. Keene. Bradley part on paper. Lester
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. at present employed In the Veter- will day.M. WELL AS TO MAKE NEW CUSTO
and
Mr. and Mrs. T N. Norman attended study journalism, will live Carter and son, Junior, were
Tom Graves. the Singing Convention at ans' CCC Camp at Keystone MERS.
Mrs, J. H. Surrency spent the Heights, and spends the week-end
(V week-end with her parents, Mrji'ii Jacksonville Sunday.. I here with his family. WE WILL OFFER A FULL LINE OF
and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, at Brooker Miss Blue: Conner spent Thursday f .
Rudolph Chism has returned! THE BEST DAIRY PRODUCTS THAT
Eva Strickland and Mrs. night at the State Farm withhher For
Mrs Expert
} home
after the RepairingSmith's
spending past several BOUGHT
Ida Jones spent Sunday with their sister Mrs. J. !. Shaw. weeks in Jacksonville. CAN BE AND WILL APPRECIATE

sister Mrs. Florrie McKinney, at : Mr. and Mrs. 'Ancel Norman Miss Doris Kersey of St. Augus- YOUR PATRONAGE.
spent Sunday at Graham with her
/ Sampson Mr and City Mrs. Wiley Edermonson mother, Mrs.,J. T: Johnson. tine Is visiting her grand parents, RALPH W. DAVIS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Miss Era Edwards, of Starke, Kersey.
; returned Tuesday from Terrlcea Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hall and children GaragePhone
spent Thursday night with Miss
after visiting relatives for a few spent Sunday
near Lawtey
\Ella: Mae Sapp.
days ,with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hall.
Mrs. J. B. Crews of Lake Butler We have been having quite a 120 DAIRYPhone

Is spending some time with her HAMPTON bit of rain here lately which has DAVIS

4 parents, Mr. and Mrs Irving Murr Mlwi Ad. NlmMo, CmwwmmmomAmmt damaged all summer crops and especially Wrecker Service Day
hee. Night
or
Wynn damaged, the strawberrycrop. 162
We are glad to report that O. W. Miss M. E. visited Camp .
,4 Dyal, who has been on the sick Roosevelt, and other points of Interest --_._-- -.--- ----.-.----.-

list, is some better at this writing. last Sunday. She says that .
Mrs. J. W. Reynolds and eons, Ocala and vicinity are a scene of .

,7 ps Junior and M. T., left Tuesday for I bristling activity
Hendersonvllle, N. C. Mrs. Rey. J., D, Lyle will preach at the

!' nolds will place Junior In the First Baptist Church here next Ca

,a Greenville hospital for treatment. Sunday morning and evening.Mr. toCaboose
from
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin spent and Mrs. Charley Dyal are

the week-end with Mr and Mrs the, happy parents of a seven. .

J. O. Phillips In Jacksonville. pound boy who arrived last Satur ,

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wasdln and ,.",.... ASY ,.. ,"
day.Mr. .r. '
1l "' ,. ."'
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts at. and Mrs. M. L Watterson, &: lf-! .,':<> :.':.:::>;,:'>.<. ':>,>

;' tended church at New Hope Sun- Miss Harvlne Watterson and O. A. .i

day. Turner have, bee nvlalting friendsat :;
{ ,
Miami. Pompano and .Lake *.".,-'i.".N", .h. ': ... *,.., .
'
: -h '
",
Worth this week. : < '' ""< ""-

I THOUGHT Kathryn: Weest returned to her 4/4: '1 i' they :'t :>: ::; :....v >( ., /M\-'
N v.<'
You WERE AN home here this week after a visit l':<1j: Stetisi5fC j (.:>::.

AFUT5Y CATER > 1K S t1tiRa' wtlh Harrison Misses of Eleanor Lake Worth.and Caroline < }r'

Mrs Chesley Fogg, of Graham, }M pf

was attending to business here

))1+ last Saturday. The man who holds

THERESSA. f r i the throttle-the flag Nji

'

Mica.Kh.da Bl. ... C.n......... ,;:. ,1 man who "gives 'em r..'
'
4 Mrs. S. W. Griffith and small the red rage people

u son,:'Donald ,ot Miami are visitingher c;

TOvcr-lndulgenc In food drink parents,Mr.. and Mrs.. A. L X all over the country r:* ..
Sullivan, of Theres a.
or tobacco ovar-acld frequently condition which rings on..i ian' Mrs Arthur Milliken and daugher t enjoy Chesterfields. '

r.-!*ut in Call on Stomach H.ad.chX' Sylvia, have returned to their v'"j o..

Snnr Stomach Colds Fatigue, Mus, home In Ocala after a week's visit One is Chest
cuter reason '
Rheumatic or Sciatic Pans with her parents. Mr. and Mrs A. w
To lint rid 01 the'' diecomfort and L. Sullivan of Theressa.Mrs. .
erfields
IJOI'l'ftt' the are milder-
add eondltlon, take ,, r
\\1" Ed Prevatt and children

:::0 .. ..ALKA-SELTZER and Herbert Packham. of Starke, \ mildness that smokers
''j' and Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Dennison

ti\ erlat.an Alka-Snttzer contains Ac.tyl-S.il. 'and children, of Waldo, were visiting like.
analgesic) In
combira.
ti., with vegetable and relatives and friends here Sun.
mineral
If ,Ucauxen. day. >4 Another reason is a -

' r Your druggist Mr. and Mrs.'T.' F.. Brown and ,
Mil AIb-....... by '' '
'''I tie drink and by the Bacaafa, children of Hampton, were visiting< they taste, better-a ;

ft; ''7I relatives here Sunday I
,
'
,a pleasing taste and flavor %,k
I Lester Hall of New Smyrna Is a
. :WIS.f'"At K t\LI L t her this week '
I visiting p
... _._ ;. that smokers like. 41
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,i. A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION

t&', with .4'1.UanaN Ia OtMage t ........ tae ........ of a Iru la-j From cab to caboose .
..*. oommo.nl yi *s* SMOWMfwl apfUtitM mast .._. .. foUow-
'.tag '..wI.a.... : from Main Street ;ti w PA
1. Man be eta A ysru ., .
.. Mart M te-M..4 ia -- ,
: a MM nave UTMI ta this -1I&ftFMIlt S :r.sn. I to Broadway
.. Must *wa ala owm ewe, -
."._ Man k* kaowm Im tab ..____ .. a Buus .f .herst > they t
o K.
a.4 ao.M* dt **llM. get an 'F'Mh aa
.. Mmrt bY. cawnioi** aaa ...buss TCfMrtaees afeev the &N% .
t$ an..... .
noa a seat we .*.. a vodtloa vttk a ........ f**." aa4q' I rs
with mm .....UtI_ aaniar mf Sttvooo a stoat* .... ... Moo tavast. F4V
..., ......... .
OlT. ran omtttfoa la tarn !.**.*. eel yenoaal. la*.rrUw will fce '
,, arm***. wttto, wteo, w totookoae Mi
DI_ ., r-- I
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A wan .w.zAT3.pbCUDIT Ovoaf0. T.ela.a.raasa 019li:ticcrrr*Mme Toucco Co.
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ONE STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20. 1935 NUIM11EH TVVO

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EDITORIALSto .., By'
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to the Best Interest-, ; High Held School Last-Chapel Tuesda was held); o .... LOoI'J, lr LA f SflWflflL !! !5.U2fl]ll


) HIGH SCHOOL last Tuesday the first period A 'flllQ / 1u. 'H\\.O IIM WuwMfPI"1 ,.

BR.\ FORD quickly arranged but nevertheless ,'f"!' 't ? CT VW "To WIT! wsuDftl6DI -

Patron, and Alumni interesting program was offered JJ4&w \M'IO PRISMS, VOAl iii tdtslACOefeA1Ge.Duftta LAWTEY JUNIOR HIGH SOCIETY
SDdfnt Two ",
( songs "Moonlight and Rose s" t'
Nulsseoted' NEWSP.PEI8TFF
SCHOOL
'tMt 'I
t
and "Neapolitan Nights" were Edltor-tn-Chlef -

EDITORIAL STAFF first on the list of numbers. They "I.flf. \& "IOO''IOO\." SKIRT 1tifT" LORENE GREEN Mrs. Thomas Beck one of the ,

A. W. Anderaon. were sung by all. "-at beKr Me. EaOM MtI ]popular teachers In the Primary 'v.
Chiel- Editor
slant
-- Literary
ln- ypup
,
6dtor Jr. Next came the Lord's Prayer i 1 ,\\,At40tl"Voul' ;MARTHA WELLS ]Department, spent the week-end tn
wAYNA9IAn,
utv Editor-Dorothy WhtlfS and the Flag Salute. 1\oIeris Ot1T' (EtuitOIDs\ Clara Mae Harley, Elisabeth Jacksonville, the guest of friends. 4t ,t.

*ry Editor, Marjorie Marwie.Editor After the Scripture reading, the \ ru "u\.p"" VW! Plummer Assistants -
-_Hugh WaiteBdltorlal .. Rev. B. M. Montgomery gave J'"f'S Society Editor The Sixth Grade Is welcoming Anew

JOYO EditorAlice RoyeaU talk on how strong character needs ww .- MARY EDWARDS I pupil this week. Roy Smith

Editor( -----.Marie Thee a strong will and good head. + Evelyn Prevatt Assistant 1 having entered this grade.
Feature .... .. .. 7
Editor -- -- Joke Editor '
pementary! ] Next were Mr. Gray's announcements k 4
WIlliams
Eunice CARL EDWARDSKarl Milliard' has become a member -
-------- in which he announced the leva
-- definition of character. "Charai Shuford, J. C, PrIngle, of the eighth Grade, while t,

ter," he said, "is how we act when Assistants Winnie Shuford has returned from, .
TILT MAKE MEN d Sports Editor and has Joined tha ';
Gainesville
BOYS no one is around. He said too* ,
e
that "An Idle Brain Is the devil LESLIE PREVATT Seventh Grade. We are very
a and <
This title may a little odd workshop. How true these sai / I Elementary Reporter happy to have these girls In the a a.

tunny to some people becauseor ings are.. They were a hint, w"' PATSY- ROBERTSEDITORIAL Junior High Department. ; ,i. I
tbihnvi
they haven't stopped to think suppose, to cultivate good habits / tr.J ,
men-I don't thin 3kl entered u
do make and keep busy.Following Kathryn Dorman huts < ein
all boys make real men-I i do school In Orlando, while we mUsher '
that this dismissed
chapel was -
think that boys who are taugHioiiesty. ,r e Well, we got another break thlR we hope that the will be hap- ;

clean thinking, dee.waking week: Teachers meeting How we py there' ;?'
respectlblllty and dependability The first of October will see the llV r wish they would come every week)

are the boys that grow to reinstallation of the "Prograi J, C. Evelyn, and Juanita Pre- '.
the men we have to respect.once I System," by which, one room will vatt were visitors in Orlando over V'

be read a poem and one vers, have charge of the chapel program In Science. We are beginning a the week-end.
each week.Character. unit on "Magnetism" so far we
1a -
was this: have not learned If It refer to personal I r
lose our
We regret very much to
When you see a ragged urchin,, ProgramStill j ( \ Magnetism or not. I coach, Lester Schnell. But we t '

Standing wistful In the street, are glad thnt he has won a scholarship -

With torn hat and kneeless trousers Going Strong The P. T. A. seems to be de- to the University of South a

termined to help get us educated ern California, and will enter there fk'

Dirty face and bare red feet, Much time and thought Is being .... they have just given us a new Un- this! week. Our good wishes go

Faso not by the child unheeding, placed on the character building 16 r abrdged Dictionary. We are hop- with him and we are wishing for

Smile upon him. Mark me. who program In Bradford High. The Ing that we mity have some new him every success in his chosen M1, '

He's grown he'll not forget It, students, as well as the teacher I s / books for our library. Meanwhilewe vocation of Journalism.. Lester Is 7 7a

For, remember, boys, make_men; and principal, are taking an active t.. wish to thank them for their graduate of the Lawtey Junior N

all remember when part In making this program wort Interest In our school and for the High School and also of the Bradp p y

It we could while. # How TO good work that they are doing' ford County High School having: 4u
to one
a child or talking
passing .
-- --- enviable record In both.
--
an
never say or do anything that we Strong character Is more A \H MHLJ P'
In the life of each im-I SPELLING
will be sorry of latex because chi portant
ual-now and In the to JOKES V
dren remember and pay more attention years -
to things than we thin We cannot expect to be a succea Spelling-Spelling-everywhere, Betty: After I wash my face t fin

they do. in anything we do until we first Seniors To Have GRADE NEWS Office Is Robbed Here-yonder-there, always look in the trh'lIlI.tO nee If .y

learn and practice the traits that And Gown During Week-End Teachers modern-No, It is clean,
go to make up strong character; Caps ; SIXTH GRADE B Getting old-fashioned T J. C.I I don't have to. I look at t

THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK such as: honesty, will-power, set: Teacher p pile alike re- I guess so. the towel. ,

control, purity, loyalty, and sic- The Senior Class reached the Othman Haynes, Jr., was elected I ceived a surprise when they arrived Stylish to correctly spell. -

1. Have a definite Aim In Lif cerity. conclusion that they would be dignified president of our class, and Selma i at school Monday morning. Yes-you can tell. Charles: I've only got a minuteto
2. Fortify yourself by a bun If the main purpose of education jh ,f
to their reputation Thornton new reporter. We also.. Mrs S. S. Dowling was the first No rest for the weary spare
(living: up
log, conquering determination Is to teach one to live wisely It I I" and she found Arthur: Good tell me all you
to reach your goal. essential that these traits mentioned ) and wear caps and gown have elected a "Clean Up" Cora one to come had upstairs been forced and can we find- know.

3. Know that the things YOI1 above are taught and empbasized The girls will wear white; the boy mittee. The officers are: Ode the robbed.office open Just using spells of every kind. _

wish to achieve are legitimate m the high schools. grey. The rings have been select I Jones, and Pinal Yance. Some one had used a brace and When mind.a teacher makes up her I\ Coach: Boys, we can't do any.thinI' ".

practical. .and truly deslrable. CIIARACTER AND-EDUCATION-- ed and the class thinks, "we hay< We have twenty-seven pupils I In: bit to bore a circle of holes just a Boys and girls might as well get team. without harmony oa the

the most beautiful rings of any; our room. little to the right of the lock. He ready to grind, Who la the fellow Harmony '
James
4. Organize your mental force If is truly educated he has: class yet." Reporter-Selma Thornton had used a small saw to cut out a For the teachers in Bradford :
5. Find a way or make one. one Teacher-:Miss Strickland. section of the door. He then reached school have decreed- TVisitor '
1. A strong character, -
-. his hand and unlocked the door We must be good spellers beforewe :
This .
Manners In classroom
Good (
,
2. Elect OfficersThe
Thanks to Teacher 3. Intelligence. Juniors SECOND GRADEWe The joke was on the burglar after from school are freed. room reminds me of an old rattletrap Jr.,

of t are calling our room "Th all however, because when he' So here's to the Dictionaries t\\
the a
Says president greauniversity. car
Mn. Junior Class of Bradfor Shirley Temple Room." We are robbed (by breaking It open) the large and small-
We hereby wish to thank Mr, Maxwell\ : How soT 4,
Bryant Beasly (Typing'' teacher) Putting first things first He High held a meeting Septembe trying to keep all the Health and nlckel-ln-the-slot pencil machine Get ready,to study them all. Visitor: An old crank up in fronts

for her kind cooperation with the' should start with the developmen 10, In which the following officer i Good Manner Rules.: Forty-tw he found It had only three or four tad. a bunch of little nuts In the Ysb
were' elected for 1939-33. Presl-I pupils are in our room, so we have nickels In It. The only thing stolen ROLL 1
staff by getting our news type of our character. To have etronj; HONOR rear.
for us. To all students who have characters; we must learn and dent-Lois Judd; to each one do our part in making (so far as we know) was some ir'i

typed the news paper material, wertnd practice such traits as honesty, AI Kay Carlisle; SecretaryTreasurer It one of the best rooms in schoolTeachersMrs. pencils. The Intruder gained windowin ad- First Grade: Margaret Futch, Mrs. Hill! How fresh are these .
broken
-Chester Moody; Reporters Ritch. mittance through a +'
thanks to you. Tuthfulness, loyalty, purity. Oleta Smith and S. G. Denmark: the rear of the building.B.H.S. Wesley Wllkerson. eggs' ?
T- 1. Does it pay to be dishonest? Cheste Second Grade: Lucile Howard, Clerk: Madam, they are so fresh trj< !>
Financial Committee '
if we are dishonest FOURTH GRADE B the hens haven't even missed then: t%|
JokesLittle 2. Are we happy Alice Groves.
Moody, Oleta Smith, Ruby Dam Must Win $1
? Third Orade: Gertrude Gaakin, yet.
-- pier, and Margie McMillan; Entertainment In
We have forty-two pupils our
"smart"? Are we get Prevatt. -
a. Is It Irene
oi Again
Kll Cup
Johnnie had eaten all Committee-Myrtlce Loving
: Most of have .
class this us
with anything: year. Fifth Grade: Edna Edwards Junior H.: I want a penny"worth *
ting away
the soft part ot the toast at llng worth, Rosa Mae Rowe, :liar ; Work Books and have begun -
educated in the true our Sixth Grade: Margie Thompson, of nuts.
to be
breakfast and the crust on So and Grace Ar that was won by
piled tile Hemingway work In them. The loving cup alts
of the word means! first of Vera Mae Wllkerso. n Clerk: What kind We have
his plate. ma father thIs sense wood. Bradford last In the
noticing: High year
:ill we must have a strong character Evelyn Hall, -Addle Dreundlc, Eighth Grade: Clara Mae liar- kinds.
remarked, "When I a little Eisteddfod Contest Is on exhibitionIn
was
then good manners and develop and :Mary Jo Campbell are students ley, Elisabeth Plumm Junior: Well, you can mix in A
boy I ate the crust, the hall.
always our Intellect. Home Science Classes who did not come to ollr Ninth Grade: Lucile Johns and I Few coconuts If you don't mlnJ.
"Did you:) like them?" inquire "llldge":! Marwlck. school last year We are proud of this lovely- cup Martha Wells. They're the kind I like best.
Johnnie. and hope to win It again this
; -C---- Mrs. Hart our room a new
-- gave o
course
A new and quite popular must win
"Yea" school term. A school -
said the
"Then you can have father.these," returned Juniors Change Rooms for senior and junior girls Is the potted plant Friday. the cup two consecutive year before -

Johnnie as he put the crust irome Science Course" under the Reporter-Fay Yarborough It belongs to the school. BOREE FUNERAL HOME
Hart.Elementary .
direction of Mrs. Carpenter. TeacherJlr .
The eleventh grade had a change --
over on his father's plate. Is to Full linn of C:.. k..t A I'mlrrtolirrn SuppliesA51)ULAN(1E
of rooms last Thursday. The Juniors The purpose of the course Puerto Rico was once joined to t
home-roorr learn how to "Get the most out olIfe. News South America fossilized plants I SEItVfUL
W. T. Weeks-I guess rm ai have as their new DAY AND NIGHT
Indian giver. eacher, Mr Benson ." First, by realizing the necessity and geological evidence indicate. t
health and learnIng 53 I'HONE 53
Mr. Howard of good -
Their former teacher, FIRST GKAI1E D ---
Vann Burney-What makes you now has a section of the how to keep our health: since The Yellow River in China Is O. II. BKNNETT, Mgr. .
thing so? of cannot afford be- ".t 1I0 1E-I.IIE INSTITUTION" j
the women today known as "China's sorrow"
ninth grade. Everyone l is trying hard to wits ;
W. T, Weeks-I gave my girl e a The reason stated for the changes to bo delicate, there Is so much for golden star on the health chart: cause every few hundred yearn K

lipstick and I got It back when she that Mr. Benson teaches a maorlty them to do and do welL Second, and we are dying to make out changes Its course to the sea.'Jacksonville's .

thanked me for it. the Junior subjects. This emphasis! In placed on development
of room 100 per cent In health rR
the necessity of of character and personality. Third
will eliminate Teacher--Mrs. Klncakl. Leading Hotel'et00
Rhode .I notice that when you heir changing classes so often. etiquette and manners are to be -
are t tilling about that fish of the training. Fourth, a
big you Said Mr Howard in a joking a part SECOND; GKAUE

vary the size. Have you ne"Expect hem. Now I won't have to worry the assistance of the Count -. p
tSP
for the truth? about raising money for the Junior tfurae.. all now have our Reading il .)ti

B'88IerI have plenty of rPect From and the JunIorSeniorputy --. and Number Workbooks and am ; _! &
for the truth but I make II' think ; ,
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I rule > and '-) on. But we ., Future Actors enjoying them very much. _
never to tell a man any to see them
owe he was secretly sorry We are working bard so that OMI !
than I
think
he will believe I .
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go. It seems that there are many name will be on the new Honoi Ij II j _
.--- at the end oGe+the I
-WhaTta Roll poster If
Rufus- eleventh grade
vealr Ooodfusr 'future actors In the ; '
... Society. i f-yfc f
wwtl ;
seemed to take an
jaoocUugThe part of the cow All of the pupils thl Mt' rJ
we eat Wore she grows'up active Interest In the draout 1 salon We have reading caeda In:

Miss Rosa Mae Rowe spent the cf Shakespeare's play, "The back of our reader and when a lesion THE SEMINOLE

Henry_i wish you'd drop In and veek-end visiting friends In Jack- 'empest. The comedy parts which la' read perfectly a. gold slate JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

8ee us next Saturday night.. We'wttnd onville. were enacted very nicely by various placed on the card. We are all
GK1NER ManagerA
ls'.1ng music at eight eats.at Miss! Earneatine Andrews was!! pupils were especially enjoy- trying for the prize which will be cuts, 5,

seven visiting In Lake City, Gainesville, given to the one with the most human, home-like Institution

Carl-o. K. I'll be around al and High Springs! Saturday. d.The students In one section of itarsl! where you will find your individual -
and
comfort entertainment -
seven I believe In being prompt Miss Oleta Smith spent Thursday he tenth grade English have been -- I a matterof +
Jacksonville.Miss of the abort THIRD' GRADE .y -1
in
dramatizing some great importance h y'
Doctor ;pretty; t Tomllnson was visitIng This grade working very hard
(to patient): You Ruth stories which they studied In Litrature. ,
et nave: City, Sunday.. to become the brat all-around M .
p-'IDIo acute.appendicitis, In Lake A steel fireproof building located {
patlen1--0h and Mrs. C. M. Howard room. Last week the following officers l ,
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octor you Mr. In the heart of the city.
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tide me. the wt k-end in Wllllston. ,were elected:
pent with CombinationTub
Room
Miss Elaine Wynn spent Saturday Junior High English President-Roberta Whitfield. Every and Shower Bath, Radio, Electric -

Idle In Jacksonville Vlce-Presldrnt-Mack Futch. Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for
Gossip _
Miss Vonda Inman spent Friday The eighth grade English Class Secretaries: .,Betty Hayes, Bobby Summer Ventilation, Comfortable _
What In Palatka with her sister-In-law, recently enjoyed observing a very : Biggs.' Be'la with Mattresses of InnerSpring ,_ )_ _
tall Senior ta to and Individual
girl trying
Construction
ret Irs. George Inman. postcard Album by I
herself elected class Interesting The President appoints pupil to
President Reading Lamp
01 t the Senior Nettle fowling, containing cards attend to various duties In the _
ClassE .
Two Suits, Given 'rom the Philippine. Japan, Germany oom, such ,,a i"'" opening windows, RATES

*". Fet180n can surely "Twiddla and many other countries. eking care 'of"the blackboards. 78 Rooms. with I>rlvat Bath :

e Keys' of a plano Bradford Hl. Vs stage wardrobe -- dying( an
' ollection Is growing. New Senior and magazine stand, keeping the 80 Room. with Private Bath
What 0 two Itb- $250-Mingle _
Geometry teacher was it Mra Kincaid contributed floor clean* !
that told hh dine; that Geometry drellS suits last week.. These, There are forty children in this 40 Room with Private Bath$3.00Mingle -
DIe: <1 hard costumes, given toe The twelfth grade welcomes to POUR SUBURBAN MOTHERS START THEIR WINTER
t because It wu w :am* Spanish com.
ample the he senior class a new student, Private Bath oh lilt work to thread those needle I Due
with and
aad easy 1 (It may be add- e last year, stage furniture Glen Ellyn, HI. Teacher-Mrs. Grace Walnwrlght. 24. Rom SSWINO my, my, ,
! td that few of hi* class members new, stage scenery and enlargedAge Helen Davis, from who *3.S -Mingle all's wcO for these little ladles for they won't have to rethread {
.
. Jane,
, .reewi!:b him. ) equip' the school to give She also bas a alter,She Is also Johann Cutenburg, the Inventor 10 Bample Rooms with Private very often.Know why They're .sewing with J. &P.Coats beat y d
'to _their plays -andro hi tin the tenth grade. Bath _..__...... $4-00-Single
Wbat ale:sMMtjr welcomed to B. H. S. of r typography, wa born at Main 6-cord and it Just about never snarls or break It makes sewing ,

l h,teacher. It bat'l'lve-s tory grams.W KIncaid ] This makes the Senior Class tal > bout 140O and died hi the same gUGHT INCREASE"' FOB a lot easier i -yes and a whole lot stronger, too.
,1 UIout* her dally newspaper thank Mrs. very forty-four. city In 1467 or 14t8.t FOIBLE OCCUPANCY

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TELEGRAPH STARE FLORIDA :vnIDJ\Y' SEPTEMBER ..
BRADFOltD COUN'lT
.AGIII FOUR ...__ .
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Intermediate B.: Y. P. U. Notice To Woodmeq), Mrs.. Bisrga. MISSION, HALL valuation.Lot 8 ot blk should U, Uvingejod? ---,
The weather interfered to some A CO'II '
SUb- TrUb
To Be Organized Circle'Members )EntertainsFor'Miss' extent with the usually good, at- to 1200.00. U.8.49 '"Uot

1 ,3ocietyj An Intermediate B. Y. P. U. There Will 'be a covered dish SheparflMrs. tendance, but all present pent avery Map Block Orhrlnlol 31 a. extended Town
of kurhq
will be organized Sunday eveningat supper and initiation of new members E. L. Blgga entertained in profitable hour under Dr.Lowrya 8.13.8000.00.Ihllt. Reflnlnll' Co '6U.OO\\ zl;.
seven o'clock at the Baptist at the Woodman Hall next her home last Tpesday evening Standard I
Dlnklns Tuesday evening 8 )tember 2.. at splendid teaching: on the 1280000 pereoval
Church. Mrs. Tbebna <4 with four tables of bridge honor U8n.OO to rroeItieouo
., '- will be the leader of this group of 8 o'clock. Officers and team members ing Miss Lena Belle Shepard October subject: "Know the'-Bible," for the .
[ Business and Program Woman's Club To Begin young people. All the Baptist are asked to. wear white and brideelect.The reason that the Word Is a safe \ to tiso.ooi PllrltOnl\l-trohl
all members aaK'ed to bring a guide and a light in-our pathway .
young people between the ages of are Co. hPer onal froHntlo a marl
W. M. U. Season In OctoberThe of Mrs. Biggs'home
,, Meeting sun parlor t160.uo to
thirteen and sixteen are requested covered dish through life, a telegram of greeting 000.00. IIr
'J The Woman's Missionary Union Woman's Club baa been adjourned to be present for organization '" where the players gathered and interest ,was read. from
f. of the Baptist Church held its regular during the past three summer of the Union. W. M. S. M t waa tastefully decorated in autumn the sponsors of the Mission from $1310.00ftolnjl76uo0p'r10nal-
and
Southern
; flowers of yellow orange '' Dell
Land of Telephone
business and program meeting months, but will again resume The Baptist Young Peoples Union MondayThe ;; using both gladioli and tihomia. I the Evangeline"Col.Chap. C00 pp; personal from I428.7n t\ Tee,
afternoon at the 3, verse 16. Regular service 10 II.
Monday of
,
Christians
the Missionary Socie-
trains )
of Its meetings in October. New of- young Woman's Attractive bridal tallies were I. Tuesday night of next week ..AU Postal Telegraph
r.: Church with an attendance the church for service in the va- ty of the Metho&Bt'Church met used for bridge.At ; personal from 'IB.OO and to Cebie Co.
elected welcome.
ficers for this
were 8i000 .
;' nineteen year rious departments of the church. Monday afternoon.*t, the church Seaboard Air '- 0
> Line .
the end of the progressionsof nv. "
I' and installed In June before the ----- Valuation '" _
"'
:Mrs. J. B. Alexander, leader of and In spite -of the Inclement I and Pro <
1: I
bridge, the guests enjoyed one tock from iV,0.11Weitarn
,;r Circle.No. 3, was in charge of the adjournment of the club. Called Meeting weather had a good attendance. with cards. NOTICM Union$16.08100 to f-'S4"'I
.y .21n. W. E. Mld game of bingo, played Notlco In hereby given to all con- .onal from '7Z.OO aiKt0Mr-
>-
The
program. Wednesday, October 9, brings Of U. D. C. presldent for bridge were .....ned that the cltV'-councll of the the to () .
under"lgn..d
'' The program was as follows: .the first"meeting of the-clhb this dleton presided over a business High prizes city of Btarke, Florida. sitting aOf aBoard saw that ..... atlove do herebr
tt't Song: "Sling Out the Banner" season wltb a membership of sev The W..T. Weeks Chapter,.U..D. session, and as this waa the first Miss awarded Hazel to Middleton.Mrs. T. T.' The Long prize and IHh. A.ot D.Kquallisr'on. 183S: :mad; the September follow- tng real'.and a true per"onal! and correct and Ilea'or'IO.or the
h Scripture Reading: Luke: Chap. C.. held a call meeting Tuesday meeting of the Fall season con- Ins changes In the tax a .e>nment ,. t proppr"lJ !)' >quall..
$i q 10, verses 38-42. enty-seven active members afternoon at the club house, with siderable business was discussed. for bingo was received,by Mrs. A. .roll for as filed IB84.. by the city tax aeee.or .- boar of equallaer I 611111111'' an aIn
the Notice !I. hereby-clv-
z. Miss Shepard, witness
:\:- Prayer: Mrs. W. J. Epperson. The> October meeting offers a the president, Mrs. L. O. Powell Having all obligations paid up by Adklns. of en that the city round I will at a by aubucrlbed whereof our names we have) her..
end of the Is the goal towards honoree, received a lovely piece meeting to be held on the lit. day date and the
>;,. tiabject: of Lesson: "Steward- very Interesting program. There I presiding and Miss Amelia Ray the year of October A. D. I above mentioned
lingerie from the hostess. 19S5 at the city w. u
;tf .ship of Talents." will be an address on "Books" by acting as secretary pro tern. which the Society Is work- hall In Starke, at 8:00: o'clock p. m. I Chairman WALL, ,
i IBoth\ Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. Senator William C. Hodges, President The state convention will be bed! ing.The Mrs. Biggs, assisted by Miss will hear from all such owner. oragents I City of Starke City CuunaiAtteet FlaCARL .
R. L. Kemp took part on the pro- of Florida State Senate, and I October 19 at Daytona Beach, and meeting closed with a devotional Abbie Harley served :a delicious complaint an desire a. to to the appear valuation' and file aa .,JOHNS,
'',;l! gram; an address of Welcome by Mrs A. Mrs. L. A.. Davis was elected aa service Jed by Mra. A.Wood, salad course to the guests. fixed and by the hear said Board of ICquallm-I City Clerk.
of z. of the club vice-president of the organization. Those enjoying the party with era any reason why the 9208t9.27MARYANN
u' Song: "Make Me a Channel Adklna president a delegate to this convention with
i/"J Blessing" for the coming year. During the Mrs. O. W. Roberts, of Lawtey,. aa .- Miss Shepard were: Mrs. A. Z. Ad- .
''if.;t Prayer: Mrs. J. M. Darby. afternoon there will also be an informal alternate.The Miss Haynes kins. Mrs. D. A. Montleth. Mrs. 1.

,, Talk: "Faithful Adversity" reception for the Facultyof president appointed the following Conducts Classes D. Vining, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter,, -- OLD-FASHION
Bradford School. Mrs.'T. T. Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Unbolted Rock
Mra.: E. W. Hayes. High nominating com m Ittee: Long. Ground
\1l': Hostesses: Mra. A. W. Anderson, I Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. 0., L. Miss Hope Haynes 'a conducting Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. Jeanette
and evening'shorthand
Mra. K. L. Blgga, Mrs. J. L. Peek, afternoon Klncaid. Mrs. C. A. Knight, Misses BftHEAL 51bs. Ik
.". Beasley and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna. classes at the Fr E, R. A, office
"4! Mrs. H. C. Wall Mrs. W. L. Wall, The Chapter will hold the first Madge Mlddleton, Hazel Middleton,
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs L. H. Ren- regular meeting of the Fall season building on. Monday Wednesday and Mlna Manaasa, AbbIe Harley, An-

RITZ THEATRE nolds, and Mrs. O. C. Register. on Wednesday October 2, Thursday and Friday, Miss On"Haynes Tuesday conduct pie Mae Pearce,.Hazel Adklns.JohnaRowell IONAMACARONI

The new officers and committee at which time election of officers general Academic work at Pine -- tiTAaIISR,9 or

8TAKKH chairmen for this year are: .and other important business will Level Church in the Rising dla 1e" SPAGHETTIWHEREEcoNOMTRULES
'
'f; PROGRAMBEGINNING Executive Board be transacted. ing trict.these A large classes number-la attend-I''' Mr John announces R. Rowell the- marriageof of Macon, Ga. 3 7-oz. pkgs.__.. 12c

e FRIDAY President: Mrs A. Z. Adkins Palatka] WeddingOf Starke class .is composed of the I his daughter, sssssassasRassass.
; Vice-President: Mrs.N. D.Wainwright following: Misses Hilda Durden Adellto FANCY BLUE ROSE WHOLE GRAIN
Here
FRIDAY, SEPT 20TH. Interest Pauline
Elizabeth Holllngsworth
Sr.
,
"SHANGHAI"Ixtretta Secretary: Mra. H. C. Ritch The following account of the Priest, Rosalind Jacobs, Hazel Perry E. Johnson RICE Pounds 25c

Young Treasurer: Mrs. L. D. Vining Jones-Gross wedding taken from Middleton, Annie'Mae Pearce, Ed- September twenty-eighth,
Charles Boyer Corresponding Secretary: Mrs last Monday's Issue of the Palatka na Strickland.. :Madeline Hazen, nineteen hundred thirtyfiveIn == =_
8COCO FINEST COMPOUND LARD
K. O. Duncan paper will be of interest to the Gladys Henderson. Mary Lee Macon, Ga. ,At the home of the -
SATURDAY, SEPT 21ST. friends of Miss Sara Margaret Wynn Dorothy Sapp, Helen Pra- bride.
SHORTENING 2lbs. bulk
ij
'Justice of the Range' Department Chairmen Gross, who baa visited Miss Hazel. ther, Elizabeth Williams, Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Johns will make ( ) 25c
.Adklns here Johnson, Mrs. Clifton Brown, and .
fi Civics: Mrs. N. D. Wainwright ; their home In Starke.
_
", Tim McCoy Mrs. Jean Darby: -- ---
Sr. "An fall wedding marked
s early :(tLadies' '
*;w IONA PLAIN OK SELF-RISINO
SUN.-MON., SEPT. : Education: Mrs. H. H. Young. with beauty and dignity was per- So:. nd-So' Club
2:1-28.. Legislation: Mrs. L. Q. Powell formed Sunday at three o'clock In Auxiliary<
FLOUR 12-lb. Sk. 45c
}\ "The Glass Key<'. ...-MtrsIe:"'Mra."L.'-A. Cnnov- the St. James Methodist Church Met Tuesday --'- OrganizedA : 24lb. 85c

j Health: Mra. J. E. Wilson In which Miss Sara Margaret .__
; George Hurt-Edward Arnold The Ladle.yAuxiltyiry of the group of Junior girls have organized --- -
Claim Dodd American Home: Mrs. W. E. Cross eldest daughter of Mrs. W Presbyterian Church met at the recently a club known as WINNER ROCK GROUND
..')llddleton.- N. Gross and Clifford Alvin home of Mrs. H. H. .Young on
the So-and-So Club, which meets ,
TUES.*WED., SEPT 24 and 25 Beautification: Mr at C. A. Jones, of, Tallahassee son of Mr. Cherry?Street last Tuesday eve every Thursday at.the homes of GRITS Pounds 15c
Knight and Mra W A. Jones, of Coolidge
ning.
; Chasing Yesterday'Anne the members.
Junior Department: Mrs. O. L. Ga., were united in marriage."The ., Miss Lucile Mtttbell gave a very '.
All between nine and fourteen
Shirley Haynes. bride Is a graduate of Put- Interesting talk..on! the works and girls DEL MONTE A.APPLES

I O. P. Veggie Standing Committee Chairmen nam High School;and was a mem- interests of young people Jn religious .. years of age are invited. tote (Halves) Full Pack-Red RipeTOMATOES
1 1i ber of the PI Epsilon sorority. She work today .
i THURH.-FKI., SEPT 28 and 21 Finance: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter later received her B. S. degree in The devotional and Bible study The next meeting of the club PEACHES

E\ 'Annapolis Farewell' House: Miss Lucile Mitchell Home Economics at the Florida were conducted by Mrs. G. U.Lowry will be held at the home of Snookie

Membership: Mrs R. F. Demor- State College for Women. "The Song of Solomon", torpenlng on Thursday,
-
No. I
Sir Guy Standing ter twenty-sixth. 22 can 17c No. 2 Can __ 7c
Tom Brown setPress "Mr. Jones received his education being the subject for study.
Richard Cromwell : Mrs. H. B. McLendon In Albany, Ga., and Is con- During the business session presided Officers:
:j School: Mrs E. L. Biggs nected with the accounting de- over by the'president, Mrs President: Helen septem-I Virginia York Lb. 5c
'., Program: Mrs.. T. T.. Long., partment In the State Capitol InWf W. A. Stern plans were made for Secretary: Marion

,..A.._.._____________ _____ _------- -,_.._------ -,- .... the mission? study'for. .: the coming Treasurer::Lorraine TOMATOES Fresh Firm Lb. lOc
-- - months. Also'for'' the 'overseas
LARGE FIRM HEAD -
.
Hospital service and for the Praise

et".t 'm..4. L .+M V service to be held)h 'November.The Mrs. Waits Gives ETTOCE: : :.. i .4 Jw&6&jFfftift&' : : ; *, ,15c, y

Aiinouncement-- ,next meeting will be r I the Favorite Recipe CELERY Stalk 12
( night of October s.,; at,the'Manse Large %:
White Fruit Salad
with Mrs., O. E..,.Stansbury in FANCY,GREEN TRIMMED '
1 No. 2 can pineapple
charge of the program '' 2 No. :2 cans white cherries'' CABBAGE V Pounds. lOc
;
Because Of a Strike Among: Mrs., Young served dainty 're- '

Garment Manufacturers In freshments during the social hour. 1 1 can lb. marshmallows pears cut In BEANS Green Stringless Lb. lOc
[
New York City We .Are Tallahassee."After quarters t CARROTS Fresh Bunch 2 for 15c
1 1-' lb.
a wedding -trip :Mr. and pecans
: Unable To Show Our New
.; Mrs. Jones will be at home to their Pour all of axe jutoe oft of -
Evening Dresses And Sport friends in the Quintuplet Apart- the fruit; do not use in salad. IONA

; Dresses For Another Week.' ments Apartment Marie, on Ad- Put all of the fruit In a mixing SA DRESSING Qt.. Jar.27c:
ama Street Tallahassee, Florida." bowl and pour over the follow-
I Wait Until They Arrive Before Guests from Starke, > attendingthe ing dressing: WHITE HOUSE MILK, tall 3 for 17c

: Buying. wedding were'Judge and! Mrs. Heat 1-2 can,milk to boiling,

A. "Adklns" and, 1 Miss\ ,Hazel. Ad-, pour over 4 well beaten egg CORN IbnaGibb's No. 2 Can lOc
: -L. B. ALEXANDER kln .:-. yolks, add 1-4 teaspoon of dry
After the wedding ceremony, an mustard strain cook until EARLY JUNE

... 1ii .-' -. I I. f... r: Informal reception ,was I given at thick like custard stirring con- PEAS '3 No. 2 Can. 25c
; stantly.. When cooked add the
I' the home of the bride for the wed '
So Beautiful""They ding party and out-of-town gueets. juice of one lemon and 1-2 pintof GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ,,3 No. 2 cans 25c

"" After the bride equt ,,the cake, 'Whipped cream.. Pour over
"So Clear" and .. ,
r .... ; punch .and dainty mints were served the mixture. TOMATO JUICE lona 'lO- z. can 5c
Wear" .. : :. the guests by twp close friend This salad must be preparedthe
.... ,' .....'... of the bride, Miss Adkina and Miss day before serving. Serves- PINEAPPLE JUICE'12oz.. can 3 for 25c
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J,.' Jf.; .... .. \:;:.., ,, I. Elizabeth Livingston, et Daytona twenty-four. SPAGHETTI OR
GOB .US, .i.i. I-f'j: : .....4..t'. ':'. ; Beach v .. The fruit juices are delicious PORK& BEANS lona can 5c
.
to' ,. "_ .. IA used as a punch
"' Please call 29 If you have so- MRS. H. W. WAITS .

CJ s.o + IP- Fall 'Hats ciety_.or local<<; items. POST TOASTIES 2 pkgs. 15c

-
Sili(1TO KINGS POST BRAN FLAKES pkg.' lOc

I j 't< For "The Thrifty Man I AMAZE MINUTE
: 17c
..s ,,,,, .Wt- in __ ] JELL-Q 3 Pkgs.

f.-. .,.1' .. '98cto$1.95 ltd"I "'"" -Jl' .s TiFACTS .i:- BY ARIVOLD MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE lb. 29c

'
.... SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR pkg 29c

%- HEAD INTO TIlE FALL WINDS UNDER ONE OF ,.--" A SPIDER'

e THESE BRIMS" AND SLEEK OTHERS NUMBERS.. LIGHT POPULAR ON THE"SNAP BROW, ',, .-) FIS.'NGNFT.' SULTANA TUNA FISH 2 Cans '25c

,AND OH, MAN ARE THEY GOOD LOOKING 4'.r' k A thciFlckuflo' COLDSTREAM-PINK
.1 Spinet SPIN A
WtB LAMI AND" SALMON Tall Can 10c

t MEN; look 'STRONG TOM uSED ENOU4H ASA VICTORY cat and Dog Food" .can 5c
.1 :-.. ,
:'\ FISHING :ET.Sw IONA _

w, tT.TOOTHED HAnON. i STRINGLESS BEANS :No.:2'can 72c

'- DRESS $1.59 CONSUMPTION OF CANDY PEAS "Iona No. 2 Can 12'/2c:
HAt ..c:....10 IM TMI U.S.
TO OVtft WVl POUNOS PER GREEN AND WHITE MIXED, '
PANTS .to 2.50 PERSON KRVtAM/ 1 LIMA ,2 1Oc
BEANS No.
59c to 2.00 g4 can

Not only style-right PUMPKIN A&P ,No:2/ can lOc
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"Ger.J u." dealings a,. but tailored 'to' fit l LIBBY'S '

,darer due to fheir you perfectly . rp.t.at.d SAUERKRAUT 'No. 2/2 can lOc

whatever your build..
"ringlets", construe

lion. Ttty tf.it r we NEW.FALL. APPLES7"' Virginia\Delicious ",*lb. 6c

knew' because we've fried, TRY AFRIENDLY NECKWEAR GRAPES Thompson'Seedless 2 Ibs. I5c

them! Their beautiful colon ORANGES 30c
Fancy Juicy Doz.
harmonize perfectly with the FIVE 5Sc 2 for $1.00

now costume of the"eason. ONIONS, Yellow., ,,3 Lba. lOc

Ye the most Ardent C Choooe rom,TLese Hand- IT. S. NO. 1 JERSEY COBBLER, .
oven And-'yen' will never be,* Tailored Beantlee In >
devotee of thrift won,ftel 'aail.. filed with any other|,, Plaids Strlpee And Geo-' iY L:I' IRISH POTATOES: t 10 Lbs., ISciRisiiDpOTATOEs'

a twinge .? their' cost! 8'r" : metrical Denlgno. l' STRONG
TlNV WINGED Lb : 3c


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i tt ':a 4H A SIN.L|. ONIONS White Wax ,Lb.
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mAr, SEg+fEMBER lA lgs3_________ BRADFORD (JOUNTY.TELF1lR.PH.: filT\ KF., FLOnr
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Mrs. Emily Philips, EPISCOPAL SERVICE Tp. S S, of Range S3 K. and more the Section. line 1120 feet; th8..'.
spent the past two weeks here NAT SEZ: a Services will be held at, St. pnrtloularly dtucrlbed a* b..lnnInir North 490 feet! thence Went lUG '
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with friends, left Tuesday for her feM": thence Month oliO feet '< the
Marks Episcopal Church, Sunday, at NW corner of Sec IS, Tp. point of beginningContaining
Bits of home in, Sanford B a, of Ranaa '1'Ea.t, and running .
,
A Sept. 22, at 11:00: a. m. Rev. F. In alt IS aore more1or
negro woman shuffled up to Kant 11211 feet. to the B A. U lent. and being. In .Beotlona. fit
the desk. She answered the investigators G. Yerkes officiating. lly.: thence "Houlli-' and parallel nod 8A. Townahlp 5 Mouth ,.f
Mrs. Randolph' H. Boree, of with the Wont aide of the M. A. U Itange SI KUnt,,
Jacksonville, spent Sunday here as questions briskly. Ity. X30 feet, thencVe..t to th. with the appurtenanonii. Paid Hale
Her age? In the ancient cities of Herculaneum Mention line dlvldlnir' eerilnna' 84 .
to be made pursuant to aald Decreetu
cal N Ws guests of her parents, Mr. and and aft t
: thence North J3O feet to and ,
I. Just HatUfy the came oo t>
Mrs G. H. Bennett.T. seventy, and Pompeii, real estate the point of beginning
,, K. PRKRYMAN.
K.
sub + advertisements were painted onthe Also at the 9W
coiner of nclnl.t Ti). .6 t,*. of A. Special Master In Chancery,
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND M. Hagan, of Hampton, one Any children? sides of buildings.. ; Range SI K. and running 10. on -2fl-Bt-10-l
Y e all u h, a .
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN of the Telegraph's oldest subscribers I -
PROGRESS was in Starke Tuesday and daughter. w The ruby* throated humming.
paid this office a visit.Peu.rson's The daughter's v bird flies !900 miles across the Gulf I }
M t
; age,? of Mexico on Its spring and fall

supreme milk and The Seventy-five.investigator ', ,migrations I i- I IA

N. F Guilford Is confined Mr and Mrs. George C. Livingston cream has stood every test for I frowned.

It. due to UIness. of Tampa, were visiting over sixteen years. A trial willprove How MlflTKIfM H'IHNOTICR
home could thatbe In hereby clvon that
tier friends here It under -
--- Wednesday.T. stays sweet longer than ? and l>y virtue of a Final D'reeet
;;J Z" ..Adklnsat any other. Cow all T. B. and 1"01',1".11' made and rendered
MeeJac tested "Well the tijr (h. HnnnrabU A. 2. ArtklnK, DEAD MAN'S INTENTIONSNever
Bangs tented herd la
TUesday Frank Landrum returned Only applicant Judge of the circuit Court of the
Starke. Safe fer bablea explained prom ptly, Nth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in ,
business today from a business trip to At- "You see I got married awful ear and for liradford County. In Chanrvry ,
Edwards wa a lanta, Ga., and Cincinnati, Ohio.: ly." date September l th. 188, In -
1 Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. H. L. Halbrook and small that n C'''".. tnereln lately Bought A Loaf
,,,ta,, to Merrill of Lake You may think It is awfully ending between The Federal Land
son, ,
Mrs. L. J. Green, Mrs. A. H. City, wer early to begin thinking about Fall flank of Columbia. Plaintiff, andf.ucy : t'
were guests of Mrs. Halbrook'a F Harrell and J, L.Harr..lL. .
1 Young parents, \ hunband
C.
Of Bread For His
andend Mrs. Green and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot clothes but it Orphans
r. last Frl- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews.Mr. really isnt You .t al. Defendant, the inderslgn.d -
tlng In Jacksonville spent Wednesday in Jacksonville.! will wake up one of these morn- who. wa therein appointed
a. Special Mailer In Chnnierv to
and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdou, of Ings and find that it Is really cool execute the ...m.. will on Monday, fig +
George Baisden has returned enough to put on long ones.Then 111. 4th day of November, I9.1S. <|ur-
B.:,Knight were Jacksonville, spent several days your Ins the lee-nt houri of aale. before
D.
;;;; from '
Mrs Jacksonville where he has IS YOUR
and what? Be FAMILY
prepared. ,
oL last week here with Mr. Rigdon'sparents I the Court llouwe door In "Htarke' PROTECTED't
taro to Grien Cove Springs been employed for several weeks Florida, ...11 to the hl..hut and bent pd
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rig- bidder for canh. the following 4.'rlb..I .-
__ don. FALL SUITS landH, nltuate, lying I: and be By Your Life Insurance?
!
:- .:Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and Ins In Diadford County, Florida, to-
H. V. Knight was in Mac- small daughter, Shirley Jean spent Made to Measure will 'l
01. JS.Piece Moderniatlc Bedroom Th. NH( of the BICVJ of the SWU
Monday on professional Sunday in ,Lake City with, relatives of Heo 1ft, Tl. B south of Kana-e ZJItnut
,' Suite $89 HART'S.. from $22.50; UpMen' KBH of the H A. U ItnllioadHV .
lose of "KFI-i' of 8WH see. SH-5-JJ.
6-- I I "'; Ludwig al.o! all of Block No. 1 In Peetiivlllw. -
Walnut Dining Room Mrs. Hernando In 8eo. all that Let A Gulf Life Rep.
Dr and Mrs. B.' S. Carroll, of 3II2JW' \
rieceiece of of NWi4Hoc.
spent Friday in Starke and at part N-H
filS at HART'S.ohnnie : Jacksonvllle, are enjoying a stayat 84-6-83 Ijrlnc Kant of right-
I Ie the Peek cottage at Kingsley Kingsley Lake visiting tier pa- FALL HATSFrom of-way or H. A, U KallroadN resentative Call And
of NWU of NWVt" of Hoc. S5,
Nottingham of West Lake. rents, Mr and Mrs. A. S. Strick- f 1 -

m, Beach spent Thursday her land. to $3.50 Help You Select a Pro.
friends. Mr. and Mrs. L.'J. Green spent
lag ______ Eldredge Smith, Johnnie Red- of Life
in Beach Insurance
Sunday Daytona visitingMrs. gram ; ti
Bill Epperson, Henry Ma-
spent several days grave
maid Pitts Green's father ;J: W. Abcr- New
week with relatives In Way. nathy. nassa, Albert Manassa, and James i
Dennis were visitors to Palatka HATSFor
,Ga. -
-- Mrs. C. D. Addison, of Lake Sunday. Ladle / tr

C.Knight and Miss Lena Butler,' spent Monday here as $1.49 Up GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Mrs. James Godbold, of Jackson-
Shepard spent. Friday in guest of her sister, Mrs. T, C.
ville, was a guest Saturday and See Me for Correctly Fitted
inville. Chastaln. N I). WAINWniGHT.; Jit. CIIAKLEV F. JOHNS
,
Sunday of her sister, Mrs. S. S. Men'e Glasses lA ,

LIUB Smith and Nat Sternberg Zenith radios for the farm home. Dowling, and mother, Mrs. W. S. SHOESBlack S. G. LEWIS AGENTS f
.
U business visitors to Jackson- Demonstration at Denmark Furniture Stroman.Mr. or Brown lTMK

(last Friday. I Company, Thursday, Sept." 26. STARKE, FLA.US ti'
...!-- and Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand $1.98 and $2.98I.ndlr W. Walnut St.

mat Mattie Harley left .Thura- .Mrs.JO. J. Griffis, Mrs. O. L. daughter, Miss Martha
I for Tampa, where she will vla- Beaslev And: ,Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid Brownlee of Jacksonville will be
of Mr., and Mrs. S.
lefore to- her homeIn guests Sunday
returning spent the week-end in Tampa with
Augustine, after a visit here relatives. T. Dell In Gainesville. FALL DRESSES
Old FaahlonWater PEARL
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs.
Dr.
Leslie Biggs and Prow Strick Miss Noreen Hicks has returned $3.95' Ground TIP TOP GROCERY
from a several Months visit in
land left for DeLand,
Tuesday with friends and rel GRITS I
REALEST where they are to' attend Stetson Jacksonville atives. Miss Hicks Is employed et IT PAYS TO BUY,,\T- MEAL C. II. NA8VVORTHV, Owner and Operator s

University.

ATE the Magnolia--Hotel.-- STERNBERG'SStarke ; 10 LBS FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL 10 LDS. .
Mr. and Mrs. Preston' L. Pitts, 8Plece'I nut Dining Room

IF YOU WANT TOUT of Gainesville, were guests. Fridayof Suite $88.at MARTS. FloridaMr. PRICES SEPT 20TH and 21ST.
and Mrs. ,
SELL OR RENT J. Mr.H. Pitts Pitt's parents. ..; ,Mr;- 23 C 29cWHITE
Carl Johns and
Mr and Mrs. Nat
SEE US- and Mrs. Williams hadas

G. L. Patten has returned to his children, Barbara Jean and CarlJr. their guests last week Mrs. O. RIBBON COMPOUND-FINEST CREAMERY ft
WILSONLTY home here after several weeks In ., are enjoying a visit In Tampa.Mr. J. Griffls, of Jacksonville, Mr. and I
Johns is on his vacation from BROOK '+
Mrs. Frank King and'son, Donald,
Bustla with his sisters, Mrs. Int
12cI1EHT
CORP. Mae Flynn and Miss Letha Patten.He the City Clerk's office. of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Jim LARD

was convalescing automobile from accident.injuries Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Breslln and Sasser and children;of Cross City. 29c 4(

received in an son, Phillip, of Jacksonville have i.'
moved to Starke and have Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter .
recently n. and daughter, Joan, Mr,'and Mrs; BREAKFAST FANCY''PACK-No. 2 SIZE CAN 1*
I an apartment with Mrs. v:
W. M. and children,,
Wainwright
Breslin is employed at
Mr.

Long.Bradford Dry Cleaners.Mr. Jane Patsy, all Ruth of Jacksonville Bill, and Martha were BACON2c TomatoesLb. G1e

HALL'SVariety and Mrs. T. C. Cnaataln, Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, I
Sunday Lb. !
and Mrs. P, S. Denmark, and Mr.
nd Mrs. One Denmark spent Sun-
Mrs L. A. Canova and Miss
:lay at Helnbronn Springs, where STEW WESTERN PORK BEEF
Mary Canova spent the weekendIn
they' attended the Primitive Bap- Tallahassee. While' there Mrs,
Grocery tist Church Convention. CHOPSLb. LIVERLb.
BEEF
Canova was the guest'of Mr. and ,
Mrs. C. White and Miss

OX 10TH STREET"" NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT Massey's Miss Etholtn Business White College has in entered Jacksonville Canova George was the guest'at the Sig. __,- ,....-_. ._. 9c -. ,30c _,_ _... ... __ 19c' ,'
ma Kappa Sorority House. k 51"
SPECIALS LAST THROUGH and is taking a commer- L' .
I cial course. She was accompaniedby 8UCEDBOLOGNA FLORIDA. CHUCKROAST SIRLOIN FLORIDASTEAK at;

WEEK OF, SEPTEMBER 19TH. her mother Mrs. O., W, White, Myrtle Mr. and Strickland Mrs. C.,M.Alias Imbach.Beatrice Miss

who spent the day there. Johns, Street Dendy, 'of 'Gaines- +

TOMATOES, Standard.Pack, No. 2 _6c Attend Free power the Zenith for the demonstration farm radio. guests ville, and over Arthur the weekend Manassa of wera Mr Lb. 14c Lb., .., .:.,____ ... 12c Lb. ___ .. 17c SIi

at Denmark Furniture Company, and Mrs.: R. J.' Crosby at their
Satisfaction 100 Pure COFFEE; _b. 16c' Sept. 36.Lieutenant. cottage on Fernandina Beach. GUARANTEED SILVER KING
6 LBS. l -LBS. 21-LBS
and -Mrs. Karl E. You will be amazed'at the new
LARD, Flake White Compound 12/2c Knordgren,-of Sanford, Mr. and Zenith radio. Neeils no electricity.See .

Mrs. Maxwell O. Thrower and Mrs. toad bear fer yourself' at Den- FLOUR 22c39c75c '

RICE Helen Denmark, of St. Augustine, mark Furniture Company Thursday -
5c
Blue Rose, Whole. Grain, Ib._ .._ were guests Sunday of Lieutenant Sept %6. -
Owen Griffin at KlngBley Lake.

SPINACH, No. 2 Can _- __ __...lOci H& returned to St. Augustine yesterday J. C. Downing, of Gainesville,

_' after a two week's vaca- was guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 3 Boxes Matches .. HEEDLESS:
tion here.CENT. W. M. Wimberly. He Was accompanied
GRITS, 5 Lbs. _- _._ 15c home by Mrs Downing and GRAPES y
Albert Tobacco _
Prince
small son. Harry,who were guests !

-SUGAR, 5 Lbs__.__- '__-____.-_-- .25c_ A WORD Wimberly last week of and.Mr.Mrs.and A.Mrs.: H., W.Green.M. 3 Packages Salt .- 2 Lbs. .. 15c


Vegetable and Tomato SOUP, can _-.Sc COLUMNFOR Mr. and ,aIer S. G Lewis, who 3 Cans Pork & Beans .. C HARDLETTUCE ;
have been visiting their folks In

FayetvlUe, St. Paul and Lumberton No. 2 Size can Spinach .
-
MBAL,10 Lb. ...__.,-r.-.________..23c SALE-Missionary Strawberry N. C., also Mr. Lewis's slater
-,______ __ plants, on new ground. A. In Aynor,. S. C. have returned'to: No. 2 can Greens Each A
tf Turnip .. 7/2C
,J. Griffls., Stark, '"Mr. Lewis reports tbtt:
TTOASTIES, Pkg. ___-,?.. ,I1c and business seems to be greed In,;tlM
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FOR SALE-Tractor, plow Carolinas. *> 2 Lbs. Navy Beans __ ?-. FANCYCARROTS
discs, corn and fodder, white

FLOUR_ Guaranteed, 12 Lbs .__ 39c. Angora rabbits, also good farm some, good nice Members of the Morocco-Shrine Good Green Coffee, lb. t 4't
hens. For rent-a
and Sextette of
Chanter
'
Gyatfunteed: 24L1L;' : : _- 75c Improvements. Tantz, Starke Itp Temple Jacksonville, were guests of Nat 2 Cans Sun-Brite_Cleansen. Bunch 7 I
Fla. c
-: Sternberg at his King 1ey Lake

Snnahh a Table,Peaches,' No. 1, 3 for:25c'Vu FOR SALE plants.-,Missionary Will" make Strawberry price cottage accompanied last Sunday.by..'thelr.Some wives were and ,

right. M. Rhoden Route 2., Box children and an all day"outing and. POTATOES Er E :J. !bIbs 14c 4

Camp's MACKEREL, No..1 __..;-Sc' 72, near Hellbronn Springs.:- picnic was enjoyed.i ''i i ,.

fl-28-2tj -Modernbtld Bedroom

IONS, 3 Lbs. __ _. .lOc GARDEN,,and field seeds Arriving Suite S-Plec 189 at- IIAKT.S. 4 Boxes Sardines __ ,.. .._.__1 HARD HEADCABBAGE
---------- at White's Store. Such; as Oats.

Rye, Beans, Garden< 'Pea; :A variety Mrs E. S. M tthew ,rMrs. A. M. 3 Cans Phillip Tomato Soup '

erjea Sauer Kraut J4o..2, ,3 for 25c ef Vegeta.llle's.&dII"Sf e our Richard and Mrs., H.';M.,Richard
,
mammoth clunter, :Gala4.13.4Y .. were In Ocala,Wednedtiay-after'! 3 Cans Phillips Vegt. Soup Lb.
22c
'
w attend the funeral of Alee
to
!PRINCE ALBERT?roBACCO; can'lOc noon Matthews prominentJf., o Ion ,3 Bars Palm Olive Soup. .
YELLOW:
Genuine ImprovedMaryland
"MILLIONS County citizen who died Monday. C
PENNY Missionary Strawberry The deceased was a baU-uncle of 2 Packages ,Corn Flakes ..
MATCHES, 2 Pkgs __ __15c, Plant $1.80 per thousand fob E. 8.'Matthews and Mrs Richard. ONIONS I '
Caatleberry. Thurmond Farm. Qt. Apple Butter .. ;

9i'A7.OES.(Irish) ,No. 1 10 ]b*.. __13c CanttoDerry, Ala. and Misses MasU Helen Ralph and Davis Jane, Jr.Davie, of Qt. Dill Pickles ... _,e 3 Lbs. __ lOc '

CUSTOM DISKING $125: per acre. bar recently 'K
111.
Ellyn
Glenn
Argo Sugar Peas _
.
$4. Efficient;: tractor ? ----
Pickles Plowing with their parents BEAUTIFULBANANAS
(Alabama Girl) 32-oz. l cON moved here '
work. R. F. Hartsook. IlawthoraPia 8304tpMHN Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W Davis, whoa 2 Lbs. Prunes ._ ,- ...- .. '
purchased the Hol-
recently

(Fancy Pink) ..____lOc WANTED for RawleighRowtea liacsworth*> Dairy and have entered 4 Cans Potted Meat __ .. __

ta.Parfcet., IMf**Write l. Nassau to I Helen Bradford Jj'.11 senior High Mid School Jane.Ie Ulan a Hi Plan ToUacco can__ 3 Lbs __,._ 'I4c1
STARD -IOc Counties dad Starker ,
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and Ralph ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUKCKAPlt: 8TAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEI'TEIIBER t0
SIX:
'q I --..:....!p,
-- TO HAVE 8 JUDGES IN ,
past several years and is well I'III; "He Is not MEMORIAL:
TALLAHASSEE-Despite pro- dead
the
in Florida circles child
known potato oho,
has been placed in charge of the vlaolna of the judicial'recircuiting affections school but gone unto ,IbL

program it is announced.Mr. act the Plnellaa County circuit where he no longer nee

.S'' rn FARMERS SECTION potato. Mercker section, which will head is a the unit new of 2 LIVE STATE NEWSNews court will have_ three judges until himself our poor doth prote rule.(,Ion and Chn,I

1939. An order of the supreme
In that
the division of tobacco, sugar, great Clolster' ,,
''ll rice, peanuts and potatoes headed of Florida in Short Paragraphs court gives Judge John U. Bird the and seclusion, by guardian atUlnt<
Demonstration Agents
Conducted by
by J. B. Hutson. I right to hold office until the senate led, safe from BDgI'1<

"All problems involved in the I confirms the appoitnment of a from sin's pollution, he lIvea\Vbu\?\ !
Act will be threshed out with the .. we call dead. \
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11I IIH --. IJJ -- successor The court also held
producers themselves and 'we will Day after
-- day
-
we
j...., -I that Judge John I. Viney, appointed think 'bat
and Is
rely upon them for guidance DEAD SHARK SNAPS BARKER BODIES MOVED doing in those bright
'u;J Hints To Housewives RURAL advice as "to questions of enforce- DELRAY BEACH-Havln&; failed OCALA The bodies of Fredand In 1934 for an unexpired term, air; year after year, hi realll1l, d

'/ ment also, says the announce- to pull his hand free when the "Ma" Barker will be sent to sbould'contlDue until that t"m1'lscompleted. steps pursuing, behold him teadq
.4.i COMMON SENSEBy ment by Mr. Mercker. "The co- jaw of a 400-pound dead shark he Joplln, Mo., for burial, exactly six Ing more fair. *"
:1 Weekly from Home Demonstration operation of farmers la vitally important were killed by Thus
captured on a deep-sea cruise months after they i i do we walk with
Specialists, Tallahassee SPUDS JOHNSON ." to the success of this program napped aa hewas, posing for a Federal agents In a four-hour gun TREADWAY DENIES keep unbroken the bond vyS i
I photograph. County Commissioner battle here. The bullet-ridden bodies ture gives, thinking thaTou.
l'' R. S. Dennis In JACKSONVILLE The Jack-
county agent -
POINTERS DAIRY PASTURES ARE C. Y, Byrd today was suffering a have lain In a local mortuary membrance. though unspoken'reach
BUYING
/:' FOOD Taylor County Is being appointed sonville Journal -mid this week ,
MORE VALUABLE WHEN severely lacerated band. since January 16 while attorneys him where he lives
'((1,1 Plan well before buying. Study GRASS DOES NOT SEED assistant district agent to handle --- settled tho Barker estate. "Ma" : Chester B. Treadway, Florida To our darling
: needs and make menus and market the potato and tobacco adjustment aa the I little boy Jai
t: SPECIAL OBSERVANCE Barker was regarded works progress administrator and Frederick Carnell
.r : list' at the same time. List To get the best results from fall programs in Florida, Extension MIAMI-Because Mlama'ls traffic "brains" of the Barker-Karpls chairman of the state road depart so enriched our lives whose COIIJj

rJi articles together that are near together -, pastures and winter grazing crops, has Service rendered officials several announce.months He of deaths this year already total gang, Involved In the Bremer kid ment, would not seek the democratic sudden going leaves a and \Vb

j in the store. Florida dairymen should take able assistance In connection with fifty-two as against forty In all naping at St. I't:.il. gubernatorial nomination memories wh8eSeptember gragranee garden

fi!. 'Time and money are often saved measures to keep the grasses tn the cotton 1934, Safety Director Andrew J. next year. Treadway was quoted never die..' 1\
'E\\, by one monthly or weekly order, the vegetative stage says Hamlln program.ADJUSTMENT Kavanaugh called for special ob- YOUNG REPUBLICANS aa saying be was "too busy to the 22nd la
1 1'' provided there Is a saving in price L. Brown, Extension Service Dairyman. CONTRACT servance of "Safety Week," begin LEESBURO--Widespread Republican make the race." The Journal said fourth anniversary of the death i t

;ff and you have a convenient storage FOR SUGARCANE SIRUP ning Sunday. Four persons have activities In Florida during there had been numerous rumors James Frederick Carnell

; space and the food will keep' a reasonable "Excessive rains throughout August PRODUCERS APPROVED died in traffic accidents here 'this Constitution Week beginning'Sunday. that Treadway would be a candidate PARENTS AND

it : time. and early September have month. were outlined by Emory GRANDPARENT'
::1; Ask price before buying. provided a growth of grass beyond GAINESVILLE: The production -, .... Akerman, state director of Young ;

Know definitely what you want ''I the needs of the average dairy adjustment program for far- MOVES To. GAINESVILLE Republican Club He said the

'e and give a clear description. Ask herd and much of this grass In mers who grow sugarcane for ,JACKSONVILLE rural rehabilitation week would mark the first con-
for a definite weight, measure or fotming seeds. Pasture grass that sirup on a commercial basis has division of the FERA certed movement of YoungRe
,,!. size of can or package. Don't take has reached the seed stage has a been approved by Secretary of resettlement. Administration has publican Clubs recently formed, in i
S a substitute just because the clerk very high content of fiber and is of Agriculture Wallace and contracts ,moved its stateoffIces from here to Hillsborough, Lake Orange., Polk
says it Is just as good-know minor value as a grazing crop," to be offered farmers have been Gainesville. .r., A. Texada state and Broward Counties.. Meetings

.?t. quality. the dairyman explains forwarded to states, according to director and about 14 employes are planned, Akerman said, at

1 d Keep Informed as to specials Mr. Brown says it Is Important an announcement received by the from the state headquarters here Leesburg, Tampa, Lakeland, Orlando -
i but be sure they are real bargain that this grass and any weeds In State Agricultural Extension Ser- will open the new offices In Gainesville I St. Petersburg Miami, Fort
l,Ji, to you. Keep in touch with advertisements the pasture be mowed so that the vice from the Agricultural Adjustment Monday. A dozen or more Lauderdale and Jacksonville
Influence back into the Administration.It other employes will be added to .
but do not let them grass may be thrown
,I,I you. vegetative or leaf-growing stage. la anticipated that the pro- the staff in Gainesville. COSTLY ELECTION

Jin Keep posted as to seasonal and An application of 100 to 200 gram will be offered to farmers in --- -.. TAMPA-With the smoke of

l regular: prices of staples to gauge pounds of soluble nitrate fertili- the Southern states within a short COLLEGE OPENS battle cleared away In Tampa's recent -
,i\1r\ savings on special sales. zers will serve to stimulate leaf time, the announcement state,. TALLAHASSEE-Florida State militaristic election leaders

Bulk buying Is often cheaper growth and supply plenty of grazing Sugarcane for sirup is grown College for Women opened Its of the routed McKay forces an-
.
than package foods providing the until late fall. Fertilizer shouldbe mainly in Louisiana Georgia Mississippi classroom doors with 1603 stud nounce their Intention to contestthe

product la as good and conditions applied just before a rain. Florida Arkansas Texas ents registered as against 1510 at nomination of Mayor R. E. L.

of store and home are sanitary The dairy specialist points out and South Carolina. The new the same time last year. Students Chancey on the grounds that the
that rye and oats seeded on fertilized program supplements the general will be allowed to register until election was fraudulent and unrep
+ record of number of
Keep a servings -
acres during October at the rate sugarcane adjustment programs September 21?and college officials resentative. In the meantime,
fn In various size cans and
pack
which have been in in Louisiana
of two bushels to the acre will supply effect expected the total would be close dazed Tampans are pondering over
s, ages many dollars worth of graz- and Florida. to 1700.. This.Is the thirty-second the $20,000 election cost the bulk
i' Read' 'your label, don't'glance at ing when properly managed. "The Under the new contract, cooper- annual term of the college; now of which was represented In policing -
It. It gives facts and I.1 a guide In green feeds from the pasture and ating farmers agree to have no the largest State-owned women's polls with one officer for each ..

ti buying. It tells: name of product, grass crops? have a value greater larger acreage of sugarcane grow college In the United States. five, voters. Cut
trade mark name, name and address than the'nutrients' contained In ing in 1933: than they harvested In .- original cost and upkeep

+;u of manufacturer, weight of them-they enable the digestive 1934, and to sell no more sirup or TEACHERS PREPARE 428 KNOWN, DEADJACKSONVILLEConrad ..
+ content, purity of content and often suarcane on a tonnage basis from .
Van arterial
obtain min by'buiding
organs of the cow to TAMPA..,The executive committee streetsCONCRETE
indicates the grade. the 1933: than sold from
crop they
elements from Florida Relief
erals and other of the Florida Education Hynlng, Emergency
Buy by quality or grade rather dried feeds In the dairy ration that the 1934 crop. Contracting pro association, meeting hurriedly here FERA administrator, said latest '
than brand unless you know the available without the ducers will receive benefit pay showed 426
are not green engaged State Senator Henry C. FERA figures persona
i brand. Trade names are sometimes feed." ments for the two.years, 1934 and Tillman counsel. and prepared I known dead in the Labor Day'hurricane of
1933.: ,
1. misleading. Experimental tests at the Unit to make a concerted fight to uphold which swept the Florida

If possible be familiar with ed States Bureau of Dairying Experiment HEARING SCHEDULED ON ___ the parity act of the 1935: I Keys. Of these 256 were veteransIn 'C un save money driving on CODIry oar improve the appevioct
State and Feedral food laws. Station farms show that legislature which placed schools on the three work camps on the
CORN-HOG ADJUSTMENT crete.' First became concrete of the neighborhood.
In general, the larger the fruit, milk produced from green feeds! the same financial parity with keys. Eighty-eight of the 696 vet- little and
streets require upkeep
the better much vitamins dother state erans on the payroll August 31 If the streets ue extension of
color texture appearance Kissesaes many times aa colleges an. depart
GAINESVILLE-Public last the Second because .
hearingon longest
and thicker the syrup, the aa milk produced from cows ments. still were not accounted for. Van Federal Aid highway, Federal
better the grade and higher the fed' only on dried feeds a future corn-hog adjustment Hynlng said he would go to Wash- )you save' la gas,oil,tires aDd car money may be available for the
will be held at Washing.
4 ;price. program ington Sunday to seek "adequatefunds" repairs. new pavement.
"Fall pastures and winter grazing ton September 26, according to Information BIG MILLAGEKISSIMMEEProperty for the added relief load
Grades of canned fruits are fancy crops,'! Mr. Brown emphasizes, received by State Agricultural owners caused the storm Concrete Is true and even-safe;It Insist on concrete for safety,

,choice: standard- and. -.
sub-standard.) dairy laoustry if they are.property from the Agricultural' Adjustment pay a levy jot.223 mills, six times ,. ':::':.,....'". .o
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In: general, the smaller the vege managed. Administration. The aa great as that of this year and Will help you finance ,'Si lJwN..eon oJ "Pv mt/ r Modem Tnffi \
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4, table, except asparagus, the better meeting la being held in accord last. For two years there has i
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20. 1983CHURCH :!r ..
SEPTEMBER
tp ., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE n.oRm.' PAGE SKVK7V' '

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tt6 5IJ CRUftCH DIRECTORY Jamesy assured'41ttt Gaakeil, t the storm, where did you go?" h j 1 arsenal. You are the only one who

B\P looking towards the starboard asked China Doll. knew where It was"

'fIRST D. PrCe. Pastor started to rise. Jamesy! tried to "Back to my own quarters." "You're daft! "' cried Jamesy. FOB PROMPT AND i

C. 10 o'clock a. m.J ,. stop him "Now, now man there's "Did anybody come to your cab- "Shogave me nothing!" COt'BTF.OUS SERVICE
sunday scbool nothing you can do," In later" "She was trying this minute to ;

T OI1'lIU. Supt. I Caskell shoved him out of the "My dates are own hundred-
11 a, m. my now get hold of the torn
!Qeroing worship, ,m.'ening I I'f way, tried to get up only to sink I I lovey." pound note for you. She knew THE NEW DEAL

P U. 6:43: p 8 p. !Xl.So to the floor. Then he started to I Gaskell's face hardened. A sea. what it meant because site was iu ,

WorshiP Meeting. Wednsswe crawl towards the.starboard win man on watch saw a man leaving with you all the time Quartermaster SERVICE STA.
S Teacbers t7- r dow. Jamesy lifted him to his your cabin after one o'clock. That !"

1, ?: P IlL service Wed- -. -- ""I feet and helped him to walk. was you, wasn't It. Jamesy "Yea, sir" said that officer ap- Hubert II:. I'rlvat

); prayer Because Captain Alan Gas- too late," he said to Jamesy. Looking out on,Ux? dock, Gaakel "18 it Captain Gaskell. the fine pearing Immediately and saluting. f

aY, 8 p. ICo keD of the ship Kin Lung from "It's the boot, GaskelU The Chinese saw Tom Davids slowly and weak- gentleman would want to blacked "Tell the Sergeant of the Gunrd GAS
GOOD Grt.F
-Church' Hong Kong to Singapore pays boot!" cried Jamesy in plead ly making his way forward along .a lady's name?" to come here. And send a radiogram ,THAT,
Methodist: the ship's rail with a pouch of He put the question direct to
Pastor I too much attention to an old Ing explanation "it's cruel tor to the Police Commissioner

??,, R, )I. Montgomery 10 a.,m.Worshlpll flame Sybil Barclay. China ture. Mills' bombs slung'Aver his shoulder China Doll. She said: "SupposingIt In Singapore to meet the ship when

sundaY scl'ool' a. m. Doll, who had often made voyage "The size" returned Gaskel was what then? we dock. Say It Is urgent.

lamIng) League-7:15 m. with him quarrels and cooly "Is 9C." "David.!" Caskell cried In his "Why was he In your cabin?" As the Quartermaster left to

p. w. slips the key of the ship's arsenal Jamesy assumed mock horror amazement. "You never needed a reason- obey Jamesy McArdle poured him.
liSof Wor3htp-8:00: David. looked up at his name why should he?" she responded
]! aU these serv- o Jamesy McArdle a "You're going to Jet them torture self a glas of water at Gaskvll's
you are invited to trader during a terrific typhoon. you?" and responded: "Aye, aye sir." flippantly "Got a cigarette, Jam- table put something In his mouth na

.. The great storm Is no sooner "Have you any suggestions Jamesy yelled Davids name In a esy?" and gulped a mouthful of water

over than armed Malays take Gaskell shrugged. warning shout, but Gaakeil gave Gaskell leaned back towards the "You vicious little slut" Gas- O.lr .. ....-
Presbyterian Church Gaskell and the and After him a back handed blow that cabinet behind him. "Better have kell said coldly furious to( China ..a...I"Itr .. .....t
passengers staring at him for a time< rC ....11.... 1.
"
H. Lowry. Minister the armed Sikh knocked the trader away from the one of your own. own N ,..
ma. George guards prison -was It In horror or exasperation Doll. "Turning on your people kale ye. "
m.-Sabbath School window. "No( --no, never mind." she said ." a _.".."' ...
10:00: a. ers. They are Joined by a Junk- '-Jamesy protested volubly II .. ........,...
I _Mornlng Worship;: "Go to it, David., old bull "Don't bother.
11.00 A.. M. load of Malay pirates who board to Ngah. The latter in turn you hastily. "Well, why not? You did your .. ....r.....
I" the pastor. Their dog! Get around there and throw "Not at all. I know what these Msr.w..
? by thechtp. chieftain Ngah shrugged" and gave an order. A double-cross one way. I did mine ,
Christian En- bombs into the junk as fast as you little attentions mean to a woman -
KM m.-Junlor .
orders Gaskell
: p. to open the safe Malay knelt before Gaskell. removed another. If you hadn't been playIng 1I
He reached through the out
can He started to bring one
mft VftT, and hand over to him the shipment the shoe from his right high and mighty with me
Worship. window and took a bomb from the of the five tins containing ChinaDoll'
|7:SO p. ro.-Evealng of gold.! The wooden boxes foot. Then he took a wooden torture nothing would have happened. But HAROLD C.WALLeoHtrt
bandolier over Davids' shoulder. cigarettes She started to-
In the safe are smashed open device-the Chinese boot- you wouldn't listen when I came IN1URANCI ftnvicfllt.141
Cb1etlau Church "Are ?" the' In terrified
protested ward him protest."I
you crazy
"
First and found to contain sand. from the who to cabin to warn you
messenger ( now returned your .
McGuire Pastor horrified Jameay. "Theyfll murder don't want any. I t I lost Iff CAU IT tTARKI.FU.THIS
W. T. and placed It on the "So that's why you camtowarn
Bav. Cap
all!" I A'tfAfr r MT tnrff rtr
I Bible School 10 a. m. Chapter X tain's foot. Gaskell looked at th us '' my_appetite ',u," me You weren't In It until I
The Malaya heard' the explosion.! ran sorry you don; feel .
11 a. m. "
Communion, thing concealing a qualm of trepidation well.\\ then?
I Endeavor 7.,p. m. THE WOODEN SHOE The one remaining' on deck un Perhaps Jamesy would Ilk
under his stoic mask.
Christian
"No. I didn't think anybody'dbe
Wednesday 7:30: fastened the grappling hook as Jamesy laughed seeing the
Prayer meeting Three had stolen Into "Is this the latest style?" he bomb unbroken. hurt."
Malays Davids approached" taking a stamp on the tin was

US. Second Sunday 11 a. the main saloon while the boxes. asked. from his pouch. He pulled out the "The Captain's more liberal with "You hot-headed, crazy little

"Preaching from the safe were being opened. I "Don't let them do It, man!" entreated pin, placed the bomb on the deck; your cigarettes than you are, Dolly fool!

and 8 p. mBoeewood-_ One of them shouted an order and Jamesy In pretended nor-- counted until sure the time funo ." Jamesy McArdle spoke. "You've

Baptist Church all of the pirates sprang upon the : ror. "You'll never be able to use would go off and kicked It towardthe "He's too liberal. I'm going to got me, Gaskell. Forget about Get Rid ofMalaria

Hl'I11lnpay"ptor passengers and began to remove that foot again!!" Malay who threatened him. In take 'em home while there' a her.
IE.V. L. O. A taU handsome Gaskell started he was getting and "It's not as easy as all that. I'm
Bible their: valuables. ; / the explosion the Malay partof couple left for myself. Shot
I Services every Services Sunday..at 3:30: native stopped In front of Mra. a little desperate; small beads of the explosion railing disappeared. crossed to the liquor cabinet and not the judge and the Jury and the

ludy 10:13:: a. m. Timmons and motioned to her to perspiration formed on his fore Davids climbed the rail, clutchIng took out four tins "How many law You'll find that: out soon !

clock In afternoon. bring forth the pearls she had head. the rigging for support pulleda tins you got Jamesy" Her voice enough."

I BAPTIST- CHURCH dropped Inside the front of her "But look Jamesy you've got as pin from a bomb with his teeth.A was startled. "No I won't! I've fooled you I

BETHEL Pastor dress. glib a tongue as any man. Use Itl volley of shots from the junk below "One" British many a time before, andI've Banhh Chill and F.v.,f
I Donnley. 1
Bev L. A. Tell him struck him! lie Jumped head drawers. done It again. Millions I've
There was nothing she could do something-anything She tried the other I
Sunday.
I I Services School every 2:30 first: p, m., but obey. The native examined The bank fooled me as much as It long down towards the deck of the "Lose anything besides your ap- 'cost you In my time-In ships raid and things.To conquer. (1) Destroy Malaria the you Infection must do In two the
Sunday be
I Study and Prayer Services the string with Interest-,auddeny did him." junk a human projectile. petite," asked Ga.kelldrily.. gold and cargoes And I'd blood (J) BuiLt up the blood to over- +
Bible after to debate six tins here," ing you yet If It wasn't for a yel-I
night stiffened touched the pearls to Jamesy, seeming "I thought I left coma the effect and to fortify against tt
cry Saturday his teeth to sea If they were gen- that statement mentally, held a Chapter XI said China Doll unable to keep the low-haired lass that led me on, further attack.Then Is one medicine that

uine. His pleasure faded to disgust brief colloquy In Malay with Ngan alarm out of her voice. her thinking only of you. Wouldn'teven do**these two thins end that la Orov*"* '

and he flung them back In "I've talked my head off man I CAPT. GASKELL HOLDS "That's right you did I'd almost give me the back of her hand rtrteless. Chill Tonic t The tasteless quinine -
won't listen!" Gaskell took the sixth _" Jamesy swayed on his feet In Grove's. Tasteless Chill Tonic drtroyi *- '
Mrs_Tlmmons1 lap made his way They AN INQUIRYAs forgotten. the malarial Infection In the blooj'\
50B JONES 1 to another passenger Caskell shrugged, settled him. the deck of tin our of the drawer of the table leaned heavily over the table."What's while the Iron builds up the blood.Thou 1;
Davids' body \hit
confusedly self In the chair, compressed his "
Mrs. Tlmmons stared : land of people have conquered Malaria
\Comments On Here the junk, there came a terrific ex- He started to bring out one ... .. with the aid of Grove Tasteless Chill !

-- plosion. Gaskell, half running, of the five tins containing: Tonic. In addition to being a noted remedy -

And Hereafter II I half crawling reached the railing China Doll's clgaretfa. Shestarted I for Malaria, It Is also an excellent ?

loaded a bow-gun. He saw that toward! him In terrified I It' tonic of general u... Orov*'* Taitslua

the entire superstructure of the protect. I I I Chill Tonic Is pleasant to take and contains

be! writer has been studying 4 junk had been destroyed by the nothing harmful. Even children lUte ';

r the last few days the discover force of the explosion; the deck >tt, It and they can tab U safely. For sale i
t, >'<. by all dreg Mores. Now two sties-50c
been found in the< of dead and shattered \ \
have
which was a shambles
i
and $1. The ft sin contains 254 times*
eDt: centuries, meaning the firs a Malaya, Barely: a dozen were \ much as the Joe sin and give you J5fr
....: -
of the Christian dazedly to their feet --
|ree centuries scrambling nor for your money
There Isn't any question bu when Gaskell fired the bow-gun. v!

lat the New Testament and thI'd a The Quartermaster and Rockwell .

Testament as we have then the Fourth Officer, now ran up '

> the same testaments they bad and took charge of the gun; sad j: fl ,

L those silent centuries. The writ kept firing until all evidence of : _,_ I e 1

tl II convinced that the modernist r'nfFi life on the Junk has disappeared. J

ve been most unfair and often Captain Gaakeil ,was writing In 1 1*

meat when they have taught the ship's log when First Officer lr t

t \the Bible we love now is note Dawson entered.. J.

i name Bible of the silent cen "Well, we muddled through sir,"

firles. One great writer\ Is sale he said, a note of triumph In Ma

at; all the Bible except approxl voice. Never' thought we would. '

lately fourteen verses can beuod ; Aap But we did."

I In the writings of the early "Yes, we did," ,said Guskell, \\LflhII

arch ? -j looking up at him.' b .7..YM.I,11.... .. \
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"
1 small of course
"My part was Jamesy GINGER
| Recently in my studies I noted continued Dawson "after what Da at which be sat. "Is this the one wrong with you -
? demanded Sir Guy suspiciously. -
ere In the early history of the vlds did. Makes a man really pa- you're looking for? ALj(4

Uan era a Jewess was a par w triotic-Indeed it does." "Yes, that's It." She took the '.
at all except ,
r to a suit In rtmrt. It so hap Oaskt, compressed" bin lips, stiffened In the chair and,when the agony "I'm sorry, Dawson, it doesn t tin and began hand.oblivious to dump' its contents ofJamesy' He"Nothing collapsed Into a chair clumsily

jtned that\ the Judge was a Chris became too great, fainted again wash. You were In that life-boat into. her to caution her took from his pocket a box of opIum -

The judge during an inter with Davids. I s"w you when you attempt and flung It on the table. -

IIlon, talked to the Jewess about at the string of artificial pearls lips."Well got out. Now I'm, only doing I Gaskell saw Jameuy's gesture, and pills"One of them'll make a pis

r soul The Jewess' brother was and then looked bewllderedly to put your fingers in your what you did to Davids." spoke quietly whole AndI tyfrOR
sleep a voyage
what you'relooking
I rabbi and he who had taken the ears, McArdle. "You won't find
expressed indlgnuIn the
Romanoff In
Paul Gaskell wrote
,.
Captain halves of took enough to make me
the Malayat both
I have
He At a nod from Ngah, for. '
at her. was
make
the to for
judge's
trying restring calm
to In a sing.
pearls speaking Come.
log-book to Kingdom
Gaskell' feet started to tighten hundred pound note. He took sleep r
the
[Christian out of his sl.ter..Thank under that glance and "For cowardice andgross t11SbT
uneasy fashion: '"' commanded -
of the song and hand "Get a doctor quick
at the toe of his
out pocket
hand-screw them
haj the ,
1 there have always been some walked away. Mrs. Vollberg neglect of duty First: Officer Gaskell and Sir Guy hurried OO
stiffened "One half of
'atlima In all walks of life whc noted the sideplay and now went contrivance. Gaskell Dawson Is de-rated and assigned ed them to Sir Guy
breath. Jamesy turn- the note was found on a dead pi- away. -
i faithful witnesses. The writ and:Bat down beside Romanoff drew deep to the fo'castle to serve out the mistake not, to thrpw
"It was a
his
with hidden
his The other half was
covering eyes rate. ,
ed ,
i knew one prosecuting attorney air of admiration and tri away aa anablebodied .
wltbiaD In assumed horror remainder of this voyage cabin 'you overboard'; Dolly. con.
In
to In talking to the Jury explain. arm. He groaned seaman." He lookedup my torn tlnued Jamesy dreamily. "If I ,
the section
I the vicarious atonement,whict umph.Fair exchange la no robbery" : at Dawson his voice became Sir of Guy the inspected bill. "These Chinese had .' I'd still be safe ButI

i Christ made on the cross she said. "I can't bear it! I can't kindly. "If you think of a good familiar. looked at you with longing. 7IIftb.
characters seem
the
furor who was a,wicked mat "Would you sugge.tay, fifty- The Malay slowly tightened explanation tell me before I write "They are McArdle's shipping One of the few decent things

I under, conviction and was con- fifty?" wooden boot. Jamesy s pleading'voice out my report"That I did In my life. t and It wan
The led him tc ," said Mrs. continue: symbol. .
attorney "And privileges Doll silent '
China mistake..
kill- night "Sure said Jameay, "and what a
It's
tell them!
tatter the court adjourned. Vollberg, with a nod. "Man man not able and brooding sat In Jamesy Mc foes that prove? What harm Jamesy's head sank on hisreast .

e i Christian people have many Meanwhile In the purser's office ing me! To stand" here Ardle'. cabin. He urged that they would I be doing anyone" > ; his whole figure relaxed. '

erful opportunities to witnesswe the Malay chieftain and' his to lift a hand Gaskell burn his half of the hundred-pound "Save your breath McArdle. We Oaskell examined him, looked up

\ would only be faithful to our followers as well as Jamesy Mc He broke off as Captain note.just as a precaution."It's aught two of your men. They as tho Sergeant of the Guard en- WO
faint "Stubborn OVI.R:
dead ,
L I told a governor friend ol were look- slumped In a Gaskell's cab- his head.
.hook
and the tered and
Ardle purser beside himself In Captain :talked. I've got you now I For the
e! who Is a Chrl.Ualthat If IIn at the half-wit! He cried she Portlandto I
Miss
Ing down In astonishment He In-In a tin of cigarettes, tin Lung and poor Davids and all "Too late Take NERVES
1'8 his place I would go ai! sand-filled boxes, all of which had with disgust and rage. gavean said four piracies." He turned cold her cabin. Put a, guard over
loosen
; for Jesus Christ aa the Conauon been broken. There was no goldIn order to the Malay who Another "Ain't you a wonder!" cried yes upon China Doll. "But you- tier: until further orders." yet
of the state would let me Simultaneously ed the wooden shoe. horror. "Hid Concluded Next Week) -
any of them. of water over Gas lamely In complete you gave him the key to the ship's (
bucket
all were directed upon Cap threw a ing our death warrant In thatman's
eyes his _
latter slowly opened
returned their kell. The "
daskell. He cabin!
[ According the chief of the U. tain eyes after a few moments, to find \
stare with a bored grin. He'll never look
Foreatry removing his left shoe, "It's safe. BEGIN IT TODAY -
the Malay
Service one-third of bank patronizedsome
the
"Apparently Chi- He never smokes my brand, IYLfa
i the there.
flea of while another was taking
this country Is forest other line. Lucky bank! worrying. I'll a
foot. of cigarettes. Quit
POtentIal forest land. Ngah..talked angrily with Jam- nese"Gaskell boot from. Gaskell.his right tell them get it" She got up to have him r

his gestures sinister and Into her chair, In
back
her _
esy. "
Jamesy push
translated."He where It's hid! pleaded HLJEYP.l
threatening. Jamesy to his former role ofagonized great alarm. fa
25t says he is not patient andIt reverting friend. "It tears my heart "No you won't! Let It stay there

Is going to be very bad for you suffer this till this blows over. Promise me
watching you
at once out
If you do not'show. him !" you won't go near the' place.-

RTplijBILIOUSNESS where the gold Is.. way looked at him, spoke promise!"
Gaskell up
done your Best, wouldn't exactly LONG'S"MY
"Gaskell you've effort "How loving "That's easy. I
for that. I with
said Jamesy. 'Til vouch was 'I out? enjoy looking at his bandaged
I'm your :
believe me.
Because, I feet. -
friend. Ngah means every word he '"About two nodded.minutes.Ngah also nod- "That was too bad" be soothed JP. TO nor m hia wrei-. t,
Gaskell
says. I can't even think 'about Malay began to her. "but I couldn't! help It. He'll ftVF leans" "* high ....... 1
what he'll do to you If you don't ded, and the Gaskell be right as ever In a week . FIRST DAYS IN wODeler r- s.tl.t the soled
,oUll'FE where the tighten the screw again. Mork W tile ,
and tell him I wouldn't put It past him to
in
open up compressed his lips, stiffened Sure Watch eat I 0.__...... f
boot on the poor WHITE HOUSE"
gold !. make It clear the chair and, when the agony became use the Chinese THE ...... tray le.d a. .........

"Listen, McArdle too great, fainted again devil. he captured'"I : .. Ueadlle'" rkart ....
ETottt to'him. If there was any goldaboard glared down his eyes' know that guy. asserted Chi- eaa'x wt to .... ..... ..1 {
be could have It and wel- Jamesy with hatred and thrwarted na Doll. "He'll never use the boot The stoiuuitlonal hooks on American Public Affairs completed J uaVluasat. 6.....\ ;

1S come." biasing couldn't be that good!" on them." by the Louisiana KlngfUn JUlIa before an _..1ft'* Why does ye ay Dr. JClitelt''
translatad greed: "You their tongues Iferdae ...... ..
held
With a shrug Jamesy "There can't be any Then they'll bullet struck him down] gern.eet (
his words to N ab. and the lie exclaimed. have that We're not bung yet. Even U he ,,Jsj* nee ta r half clMH et j ;L
"CHING) called his men about him gold after all. Nobody'd half of the hUndred NOW ..... sjsak** aljis* i, Msfe> '
T04na chieftain When much heart. He turned to Ngah. finds our withoutthe It Is Appearing Serially .. 4Hak dslWteanaTi. ilslaa'DrTsKW f.

.a. aeblns fe.l-craek.d, blM6I'o for a brief consultation. put for "Take your men and clear out! pound note. It's" no good IN TilE e .."..
ltehlnl to._.... OIIuIGIII,.tb_ Ngah sent one of his guard l with !" other half. ij torfts to ew, /
l.7Id: }! Dr. Pol'tU'e Aatl..ptso something. Jamesy turned a.., look Off you around A knock at thedno.' startled .... Y two. feem..Ugdd ee.Ywre.esot .
his arms
... .. put GEORGIAN-AMERICAN
::
.
.. t1n. Captain of Jamesy steward saying ATLANTA
the It was a iTaaM. Both bed! re
....rr rises psz..la that auNt. of deep pity upon Gaskell and started to croon to them.
.eta "" and ".." ins;. t. the Kin Lung. to hurt child. that Captain Gaskell wanted them .. some eeelhhtg s.e611J.
a
*'** ut"ta. '*''Mt aeld.which pudHut. "Look men'""he pleaded desper- him like a father They're both to go to bis cabin. Order from your local dealer or write direct to The M y.. beg.tetfar f fr
feet boy.
u1 A It my
.
aces: I!>J "" ""remarkable tbe eon and healing dam1Y ately 'Tm talking to you as If I "Take away-easy Jamesy was able at Gaskell sat in a chair behind a GeorgianAmerican, Atlanta, Ca* ?
'
save yourself going feet on a stool.
brother: his bandaged
e... were your own to make them see It was no table .' ,1
ilk.tlr.r'0re0mr : last "
eeW.duytblef
time! Don and Jamesyto I I
still China the educationalposter .
asked collect fascinating
:: : HMUn.OIL while there's saved your poor feet He BOYS GIRI/*-Start new I
rt n.Yet' bef.... Inown.Drrts Ngah gave an order; two of his use. Jamesy" sit down facing him. Sir Guy stamp, every Sunday la The Sunday ,American ComicWeekly. (

wm" 'Aatt.ep her'0 Oro.v.Lwtl..nromo, 0 R.aing 011 .. mad. men" roughly shoved Gaskell Into a for They've you. gone?" asked Gaskea Wilmerdlng.stood to ODe side ob- t \ I \ f

... ,4 5014 II .......... $00a chair, and bound his\ wrists to its about, daxedly. serving the proceedings."After &,
ytede looking
,1IIoriqcr a -- -tad oisa you left my cabin during
,
araua. came "Just getting aboard the Junk ,.,
If the pardon
"Look aa
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PAOIDItOIlT!! BRADFORD cot'N'rl' ''l'lLEGRAPR.STAJtKIC! FLORIDA FRIDA' SEPTEMI :

____. ___. ___ ,__ __"_ ..,.______ _.___ c--=- nc,_ ,_ __ ___ _" __ ._ _- cocWARNINGS___ = =-==-_. '---. -- =.-'- ---.-.--- '..- 20. 1

NEEDED '" I : '
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished What might easily )lave been, TOO LATE ODD---BUT TRUE

fatal accident Tuesday,, morning; '"
1877 at,the corner where Roads 28 and

1%, merge and cross Call Street TO CLASSIFY

AA.EABER.IRIDAPRESS brought to the attention of many

ASSOCIATION local people for the first time the By. RUSSELL KAYsecretary NO.S! .8l5 PAT. NOi 535,825
..
,
Florid Press Amm. --- '
fact that there la no Indication to Q "::'.
DEVICE FOR
ASSISTING
1935 0 the unfamiliar motorist on either PERSONS
'
.- :J :J road that he Is approaching an Important Ever Mince I came to Florida IN ASCENDING: STEPS .

-- .- -. .. .- -- -- intersection.It twenty-one years ago rye been Ms- e.-u
Published Weekly on }'rldays.'and Entered as Second Class has been stated that' at least tenln' to arguments on the subject E DEVICE IS PROVIDED WITH MEANS

Matter at thE' Post Office at Starke, Florida one of the drivers was travellingat of dtvldln' the state Then the well FOR CONNECTING, ASSISTANT WITH

_. -.-.- -- .- .- a high rate of speed when the known ,boom came along and THE PERSON BEING' ASSISTEt
-- -
collided In the middle (Jf the South :Florid grew right on out ) SUCH AS
E. L. Matthews-_______________________Editor and Owner cars of her knee and into knick A SPECIAL CRESCENT
intersection, but eve: so this would pants SHAPED COLLAR
-----__---- --.'-- .--- -- not relieve the city from its responsibility -: erbockers. Farmers stuck up their A'PRESSURE PLAT6PUSH f ':
SUBSCRIPTION BATE------ In having warnings. nose at cabbage and turnips and BARS ETC

posted.At began to plant subdivision stakes. l I
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Citrus trees out
yanked
the present time there Is no growers ..e,..
Advertising Rates on Application "slow" or "stop" sign posted either by the roots to make room for gas !

--- along the road or painted on the mains, white-way: posts and side ..
walks while and West Florida
i It will soon be open season on football coaches pavement. These warnings shouldbe North 'round in overalls
prominently displayed in order was still goln' AYBE THIS INVENTION WILL REPLACE
u 0- for the city to have a clear con diggin' peanuts, grind In' cane ELEVATORS

One landlady fired her cook because she handled china science when the next accident oc and building pig pane
South Florida developed a superiority ;

like Japan. curs.DONT complex that was pitiful and ISTA NCBIT'S AN

'I' 0 BET ON TRANSPIRE the howl for state division grew \

Don't bet with anyone on the louder and louder and when nothing CHAIN ELEVATORLESS

'/ Take a lesson from the mosquito. Hear how gaily it meaning of the word "transpire." was done about it 'some folks ELEVATOR

sings at its work According to stories In some of got downright\ peeved. GANG
our confidence men
exchanges
Then prosperity picked up her
1 t oWe have hat Dictionarieshave
gone high
traps and .eat, around that famous -
':"pY make fun of the dreamers but at least there are no replaced gold bricks and wal. corner n4) left South .Florida
nut shells as sucker bait. This is v
air castles ... holdln' the !bag; with enough ,bonds
{ft taxes on the way you're likely to "be taken' :
to sink a battleship.: Most'of; the
!If don't watch out.
i 0 you
subdivision stakes wilted In the
Two "operators" seek out a vic
: ;. Italy can no doubt stand alone, but it won't be a loan tim fields and the looked-for harvest
was a complete flop. Mr. Hoov
', from Uncle' Samuel., "See that man transpire," one
er's to througn
grass began grow
confidence man and from
I 0 says the crack in the new sidewalks A LOOSE BROTHER HOME 61 GOOD
DEVICE
then on is just as goodas FOR DANCING
your money
'\\t.; The political party that doesn't capture the floating vote gone. while the buzzards used the white- RLPINQ A'NIEETINGv.WITH VOUa WIFE IF SUE'S\ GROW
to, roost on after the
.\" will be sunk in 1936. tunate"You victim mean perspire volunteers."No ," the. unfor. : bad way boys posts got through breakin' all WHOISHGONNA.% TOO PLUMP TO DRAG ABOUNDing !

o- the pretty globe and light bulbs. GO
I mean transpire," confidence ri .
;f; We look forward to creation of the RIAA-Red Ink Adjustment man No. 1 says with emphasis Farmers and citrus growers climbed 301LESH/ ATTTO.'.IMItASH POSH 1i
into their old clothes again and
: Association. and offers to bet any amount of WISH you ME IN e0ale0w 4f. II
went back to. work.
i' o money that he is right. His pal 7 ) I it it6YcA
Everybody.was so blamed busy
him-In which ( ETNEXT
warns a whisper
"' ::, If love is a seat in the park and matrimony a leap. in the the victim can bear-that ,he Is I tryin' to make a livln' for the next {

'" : dark, what is divorce? mistaken.The ,' few years there was no time to (- -
S5.r' think about dlvldin' the state. 14
QaWCE.will
0 bets are placed and the victim 0
1 learns too late from the dictionary Then somebody did some neat _
The cross-state canal making state out of
a cross certain
: 'that one of the meanings wire pullln' and it becomes known

: 'portions o(Florida., _' listed for transpire is "to sweat," that we're Ixln' to divide the stateIn A s'aww

0Ji a'' great nbig"waynot'merelywith ;
A FAVORITE SUBJECT : and "A

Fort Meade Leader says that worry Is the interest paid Any subject that Is constantly bill, entitled a plec'ot'papet ah"\Act"-but says with a anowed'befO;'; 7 a.. m. nor after I perous by "dlwytog-up." Inc*r:1..my be required! br I

!'\\i' on trouble before it is due. harped upon Is likely to become flock' of steam hovels, dredgesand 4 p. m.; no shooting of water. The people of .this country, will be entered Decree against Pro Cent,
"
& o boring to the person who must listen the whole blamed Army. fowl or doves over or around bait. therefore. would divide 1 with the It la further ordered that yon this

!' to it. But even at the risk of You'd naturally think everybodyIn ed areas nor of waterfowl over Chinese, the Russians and the der be published once each w..
f The world is satisfied with until it is taken tor four consecutive weeks In
never
peace annoying some of our readers we Florida would, be tickled pink live decoys; no shooting of any Ethiopians to bring back world o Teletraphant

'it, apart to see what makes it run. feel the importance of returning, and start yellln' and throwln their species of migratory game bird prosperity. ty paper Florida published, In Bradford Coi

& ---- 0 ever so often, to the "trade at hats In theTaTr to think that this from automobiles, motorboats, airplane Most of us are willing to divide Witness, the Honorable Cli
home" theme. sink-box boat sailboat with one who has than Judsres of said Circuit Court, aiaa
: state finally got its nose 4n the fed power any moer
'L The sweet part of sweet sixteen often ends when it comes A. J. Thomas, Clerk and ,
The commercial growth of a boat craft towed we have..
or or. _
I'" eral feed bag and had started to go any seal of said Court on this I deg
::[' to helping mother with the dishes. community depends largely upon to town like California and a lot of by any of these: nor may they be The bitch in the whole idea September, A. D. 1935.

,\Vl<' ? the extent of the stocks kept by other states been doln' for the last used for'concentrating,' driving, comes when we divide with those A.Clerk J. THOMAS Circuit Court,

I/ It Its merchants. People are attracted few years, but no! The news don't rallying or stirring up waterfowl; who have less. If we divided up 9-6-5t-10-4.
is remember
l to should
/ always easy something you to a trading center because of anymore than break before a lot no shooting from a blind boat or with the rest of the world, as Russia -

'' have done after' is too late to do it the variety of goods that is offeredto of folks start yelpin' about salt water! craft of any kind that Is would have It, each of us would ORDER JVOTICK ov 'PI'nl.lel'riov"'0 AI'PIHR a

be1 0 them and no merchant can enlarge water in their ,old oaken bucket more than 100 feet from the shoreline have next to nothing and there NIB NOTICE MCCtTLLKY] Is hereby given( huibnSOEOROH In L|
: and
1/1 Someone wonders what the people of the United States his stocks until there is a and want to1 set out an Injunction. as determined by ordinary would be more poverty than ever. 'MCCUI.LEV, and Cart
sufficient demand for the goods.If Not bein dn engineer geologist high, tide or by a continuous, nat. By Clayton Rand. you. of 200 Irving Avenue, Fro.
lzX are thinking. However we never print profanity: Starke la to continue its lyn New York, that you and ei
reputation or weather pVophet, I don't know ural growth or vegetation above. of you have been made partial I Ifendant
0 as a trading center it Is important : what the cartel! ( will 1 do to our water water level.Possession. Millions and million of years lathe I In that certain rnutitled'The ..
for every person here, to has been to future, as the earth lags, days ', Federal Land Rank
aria t don't Imagine reduced
< Republican campaign funds show a surplus' of $24,986. supply any- i Columbia Plaintiff versus Mlllli I!
.v buy everything that he possibly): body else 'doVs for sure, but I DO a :one-day: bag limit. which, on will last'a' month each.MASTER'S .. Vast, Widow, et al., Pefcndni
[11' They'll need every cent of it before 1936 is over. can at home. Often goods are know* that the spendln' millionsof ducks, Is ten !in tbe, aggregate: pending Bradford In County the Circuit Florida! Court In Chi,

: 0 bought out of town when the very dollars In Florida for labor materials geese and brant, four in the aggregate NOTICE] In hereby SALE given,that un. oery'said suit helnir. for the I h,
ttr. same thing might be purchased doves, coot fifteen Sir and by virtue of a Final Decree closure of a Mortgage covering J
and supplies ain't goln' to ; twenty; :
ltuJ
If people have been saving up for a rainy day this of foreclosure made and rendered by rollowlne described land. *
\ here to the greater benefit of all do ns a whole lot. of harm and if rails (which can be shot only In the Ho A. Z. A(Ik Inn Judgeof lying and being In Bradford Coot,
W\(' weather should be the beginning of spending spree concerned. When this happens it It develops later on that. an artesian salt marshes in Florida-. fifteen: the Circuit II:Court of the 8't Judicial Florida, towlfThe of SF''
NEe of 8WV4. N(4
',''t? 0Th Is sometimes the fault of the merchant .well or two starts spoutln' In jack-snipe, fifteen Possaasion In Bradford. Circuit County.of Florida In Chancery, In and dated for 8 acres In NE of SW of SB l I'|
who falls to let It be known Florida after the season closes In September 16th. 135 In' that Intr East of dully running ihr
still be
little salt there'll
From the looks of a enough '1
things at the of Hh:
present lawyers are more aid quarter, and st:"*'
certain therein
4 what he has In stock, and sometimes fresh water 'Within each reach to limited to five days. Transportation between cause The Federal Land Rank pending:of except two acres Went of Gull!
"''f: successful in getting AAA checks than are the farmers. the fault of the customer : take care of'' the situation. Los is restricted as to license.: A c'olumbla. Plaintiff and K. D. Rlardon In Southwest corner, all In H'
who falls to the et, al, Defendant the under 19, Township 7 South, Range
give home-town
0 Angeles went\ 300 miles for it and Florida, license. Is required of all aliened, who was therein appointeda East.I '
p merchant a fair chance. Is now Ixln Ho twice that far who hunt and those shooting'' migratory Special Manter In Chancery to AlllO Went half of SW% of 9>t
_. A philosopher says it Is better to wear out than to rust go I 20, Township 7 South, Uan '
and execute the will
Every man woman working same on Monday,
for'some mote.' waterfowl must purchase I
.,1;"1 out The latter process requires lots less effort, however. for a living in Starke depends upon If the'rest!of'Florida Is smartIt In addition a federal stamp costing the:nir 4th the day legal of hour November of sale 19311. before, dur. acres E NE'4"off West NE side\% except of Sea 7

,
0 the money kept at home for will quit treatin Miss Ocala Ilkahe $1.00.. These may be bought at local the Court House door In Stark ,Township:last containing 7 South arm Hnnxo" In'Therefore I
Florida, Hell to the highest and beat
: The man who is willing to look to fate's hand for a favor greater personal prosperity.AT was a flat-footed country girl I postofflces. -Leesburg Com- bidder, for rash, the following: described named In this, you Notice and are each hereby of |
.
fr. spends most,of his time getting up from being slapped down. THEIR OWN RISK and will start makln' a sure 'nuff mercial. .... In Bradford Jnnds, situate County, lying Florida and beIng to. Complaint Appear filed to atralnnt the said roul BUI
fuss over her? I'm tellln that --- so
The actual outbreak of war between you wltt : __... the 7th day of October A. D I|
Italy and Ethiopia seems to young lady has fallen heir to a lot FOR A HAPPY HOME I NWVJ Ste of of BW 8WV4*} or of sw"i SWf ana of sy"Section of at the Court House In Starke. BJ

:.:t Some crooks are always willing to lay their cards on the be only a matter of weeks. Every of Important''"taonejr and you better Mildred B., Thurow of the New 37 Township i 6, Range 12; ford decree County pro Confesso, Florida will: 1 othurw be enl
containing _
_.
t table with you to attract your attention while they pull a newspaper tells of Italian preparations 'treat he'Bice if you want. to York State C6tleg of Agriculturemade wlth-the appurtenance S5 Bores, .. Bald-" ..al.to against you and. each. of roll I
and the refusal of Mussolini get an invitation to her party- studjKif home life based be made pursuant to said. Decree failure la to ordered appear.it that trifn, NollfJ'
revolver
..I,I'' PARTY! to satisfy the name and costs
and BOY what a fnur'
' to cooperate with efforts of the on tbe autobiographies of 200 college E. K. PKRRYMAN.: published once a week for
> o League of Nation at preserving A' lot of folk will try to ten student ..,.nd the twelve rules Aa Special Master "In Chancery, bounty secutive Telegraph weeks In a newspaiim the Brad I IJn

:i N Gasoline shortage la again predicted. Perhaps pedestrians peace. U Duce. does not hesitate you that Mr,. Roosevelt is Just for home life"'site worked out are II.IO-l5t.IO-18 i .. general. circulation In Brad
"foolln"' about this canal and
tbeywon't County, Florida.
are at last to get a break somewhere else'besides in to declare a firm decision to occupy do anything but cut a few given in The Progressive Farmer m rmrrrr 'roimT. BRADFORD, This J7 day of AugtiHt, 193',
; Ethiopian territory, regardless as follows-, COI'WTY. FLORIDA i\ CHANCRR1T A J. THOMAS
"
their bones."! weeds and do a. little scratchin'.in Clerk Circuit: (court .
of opposition. 1. Little tension in the home.:.. M. A. SMITH, as t.quldat'r! for Redford County, Fiori8805t.17 !
the next election.
0 The so-called "neutrality plan,' the top soil until 2. Much family affection; Bradford County Bank a corporation ,

: : That investigation in Louisiana disclosed nothing but designed aa an attempt at keepingthe Maybe' But so in, you the meantime can't prove the it by 3. Much entertaining of friendsor Plaintiff. NOTICR OP 'OI.p..r'TIO'l
United States out of the affairs me. way relatives in the home. vs. Case No. 418 FOR TAX OKFII:
: w' the fact that Long and Weiss cash rlngtn' SARA E. 'SWEAT MTC",. HJRtUem 1
were both dead. We'd heard of squabbling European na- the registers are up 4. Much entertaining of chil .. KT AL. NOTICE IS : hnW1
That ]
that some place before. tions was one of the most dramatic around Ocala is somethln to write dren's friends in the home' Take notice that the undersigned, 1/47 oflTaxe Crtificate. N-. UZ.u..d
home about-and the stuff those Special Master, A. D. I Ihall 11
acts of the late Congress just 8. Husband and wife often at In the above entitled by the final decree Srd day of August In my I
o In cause appoint tiled said certificate
before the session passed Into his- happy merchants are jammin' tend social functions together. ed, will, said I decree, flee and made application for
? Fast drivers are the cause of most automobile accidents, the cash drawer is the real genuine 6. 'A high school education or and during the aI'f hours of sale I I deed to Issue thereon. I" "ocord
tory.With :McCoy and If try to kid on Mnnday.th. 7th day of October, with law. 41/47 nt said certllJembraces '
declares a reporter. Wonder how he ever stopped one long the memory of the "miledents" ( you more for parents. A. D 1 1S. sell to the highest; and the followingproperty o"",!
them with that' old gag that best bidder for cash at the South I situated In Bradford i r'b |
that brought America intothe 1. Much consensus of parents on
enough interview
?
to get an door 1-101l1lh.
"There aln't'DO Santa Claus" you of the Co..ntCou..thoull" at Florida to-wit: The
{ World War: still fresh President discipline. Starke., Bradford Count Florida, Quarter 01 South-Ensr Qaart'NorthEastQuarter .
N o---. Roosevelt,' seems determinedto are just wasuv .your breath. 8. Little dominance of father U the following land*, to-wltl I sod Norll\ t
I don't know how feel aboutIt ,- iMtm *, 4. ft and the West half of Quarter of "''nuthEnotIllarl'
Hawaiians have been assured that they have the same keep us out of future conflicts you the home : If** V ? and: 5. all In Block i* of North-Eaat Quarter and Nrrtacres
}\ If at all possible. ,but If yo", .ask me, I concur with Medium to much family counseling the engines town of Starke Florida I of North-E".t Queer n
'ji. rights as people on the mainland. If that makes them feel Mr..,,Hobson>,-and say "Damn the except a strip o* land 70 '' [ North-Kant Quarter of tloul";1
High of the -preferably much. In eef"! : ..','
spots neutrality plan the Northwest Jlllit
corner mM and West 'oJ
Quarter
; ,
i good they're pretty easy .to please. salt:water-, ;QO;; AHEAD! East !South-E! as
Include prohibition of arms and 10. Little to medium discipline In. Sttark. FloridahsoldrtolStahdard '-of quarter of |
., .
Acres-"Al
'. 0-- ammunition to .. the home. OH ter Carne Three ,
exports foreign
any rompanv of Kentucky: a corpora West ? and ei"pt' |
; The Government has granted to school to belligerent until February 29, 1934 11. Medium' supervision of"chil tlon. and described aa follows: Beginning In SouthfWest.*v>rn..r :Section. i
subsidy II.
a a at SB Range J
r corner of the Intersection I South
''f', (by that time another Congresswill From dren's activities by both parents. of Walnut and Township 1
l ; teach women to talk. Almost any day now you can expect, be In session, and will be able I L Other Pens II 12. Confidence children la the Streets, and run thence South Kfadleon along Containingheesman::to of saidoprm'I ';:/

;;, WPA project to carry coal to Newcastle. to cope with changed condition); parents. the feet East thence edge East of and Walnut parallel Street with 70 In thetname: .of S.iRnJanes.deemedsaccoNing J

I I! authorization for the President to = "When the parents conflicted Madlrion' Street' 70 feet, thence North IntTt rti. .;Te tel. "T

,,' 0 restrict or entirely close territorial THREE>SHOTS! ONLY with each other," Miss .Thurow re' and parallel South with Walnut Street 70 to I law the ldtb!

,', The FERA is helping 100,000 students to earn their way American waters to the .ub_ Hunters find something new ports, "the child was, as a rule, Hl-0| thence Wet edge along of Madison Mouth of will September Issue thereon, A. D on I9U, ,

f.through'\ college At least'there will be fewer magazine tines of belligerents; authorisation every season butthU time there Is I unhappy la relations with members edge.nlllt of"f M.dlll..n beginning Street. and 70 lying feet and to .D.Dated 18111. this I8tb day.o AU'u

j .agents on the doorsteps of America. for the'President to forbid American something nobody would ever havehoupt' of the family. Likewise, he ; .being In HI..ac III of the 1".lnal I A. S. THOMAI -
r citizens,to travel abroad during \ of, .If the hunter Is using confided ,less In his parents and town wIth the of Stark.t.n.ment", Florida., Together Bradford CountyFinn9.30.6t ,

IN, \\00-1 0 war except at their own risk.', an automatic or a pump gun was much, more likely'to'be dissatisfied : and aPfort.n.ne.* thereto hereditarnents belonging .547noICR

,'r I i The Railroad Commission has reduced telephone rates; Just how effective the neutrality he baa to put.* plug in it so that with his family when i E.a r41 PERRYMAN.'; snovrtslnlna. OF ,\prl..rro'l

'. The next thing for them to reduce is the length of time a plan would be In keeping us out when three shots are fired It quits. such conflicts 'existed.' Parents iCNIOHTSpecial .. r'Attgrn.vs FOR Tex i9liNOTICE :" 01
of the conflict should war become With shooting dates on ducks, who took part la religious' services 1M HERRRv

C>' : woman remains in a telephone booth. widespread In Europe remains to geese and brant tor Florida fixed. were better adjusted and tie'children 5do-27.3t-l0.4 or Plaintiff' That tlon .1 W TalC' P. Smith Certifleste. ,.holder Ne> of16. D .,'

t ?, o be seen. The' bill passed both by the federal government at November were better satisfied than In OHORR' sued itlt day of August A. C'.
n.
1' Clothing manufacturers are putting red shirt on the houses of Congress by close to unanimous 20th,to December 19th..In- those families,In which It was OTICK!' : .1'IILlr'TIO.TO APPEAR' AND. tic., and. msaid.application.. for,
votes, but some Congressmen elusive, interest centers in regular. I lacking. Most e<: the students TO; '."'.. *. Burns, and >C; C*. deed to Issue. thereon In .nro

' \ market. Heaven help the first poor salesman who 7 tries to even among those who voted tlons for taWDe ,the.se and other planned to 'marry,' 'regardless. of Cook residence. Trustee I. ,.ach who.IInkaownl place n( embraces with laW' the Said portion following of ceta'.

sell one to William Randolph Hearst. for U, are doubtful. However, response game migratory birds. I their horns conditions.., A larger f1REETINO: t property situated in Hradfnrd HMrr
East
0 from all over the countryhas The commission of game and I proportion, however,', waa noted Avant' a Jiay the off t"ai'l'I". of':the'ii South-West- Florida, to-wlt Quarter..,*wi.t 11 1.1
been extremely favorable toward fresh water fish, has been advised from those honors la which affection Clerk 0* ] Court'.for the West Quarter IIf S -
1 1' A traveler says It is still the custom in parts of Russia! the measure. of the following rule. applying to 'was present." BradforduCountyIFloridar I : : his for ter Section If,contalnln TownKhIP n''

' ( to sleep on top of the brick oven.. That's the most practical The provision whereby Americana the species.,named and to doves, 01 Complaint against you and cth-Bill more Range at 11 Baat. ,,
.
)1' \ solution.yet advanced for, cold feet in bed. traveling on ships belongingto snipe, coot and rails: Only a shot DIVIDING WITH OTHERS era seeking!Taa .8al.the foreclosure'' lflc te.. of and certain It- The. the::said: certificate ,1Cnl"iunder .ndeemed .
belligerents must do so at their and than ten Advocates appearing to the dms tJ
gun no larger guage of sharlng-the-wealth Court that your In the name i.rtillfitirsb.||
0Q own risk Is perhaps the most Important shall be used In taking them; U Idea believe It will make for prosperity. | Jjo; .residence. I. stated to be Unless said to {..., te:' 1

: A certain shade tree in the tropics is called a word mean part of the bill. The the gun la automatic or a hand repeating It Is ordered tNtt yon George A. wilt Issue according thereon .n the lilt

ing "woman's tongue" because the dry Pods clatter noisily greatest single factor to draw us shotgun It shall be plugged If it would bring prosperity to .LiT1-*do. and appear Hr"In said Cools Cause. Trustee at the, of Dated October'I.'i 11th. D. dal 1995.'uf A.pit'Av '

' blows. We heard of a woman who wait Into the World War was efforts to to a three-.heu capacity witha the people of this country it would office of the Clerk of the Circuit D. .
never
when a breeze American lives lost the Co..t. In II.A.. J. THOVAI1.
avenge oa plug that cannot be reed and work Just as well for other*-the Bradford CountytFllorldatontMon.

:(.:; \ ed for a breeze to"blow before clattering; sunken Lusltanla. It ball not be sawed off; no shoot-, whole world would be made pros day; October 7tb, 1516 and therei. .Bradford County-t, I
ter file '-
r your Anewer or other .1....-1 OFFICIAL SHAWrc'r

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