Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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lIsbed_1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six: 1: Months75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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TWO SCHOOL Nine Years Ago Bradford Residents Were AmEifyIN CABINET PLANTMAY -

Worrying. About Relatives In Storm Area ONE DON'T RUSH ARMORY GETS

PROJECTSOK'DINWEEK Nine years ago this month- from were: Maurice Edwards and BUILDING ON
height of the Miss Lois Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. -'
real estate boom-the year of the D. T. Clark Cyrus ,
Hoover.O. T: Announcement that a small cabInet -
hurricane. Let' lee what was Phillip and Denis Kellum, Mr. and factory will probably open '
() happening in Bradford County during Mrs. E. P. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. ACCIDENTS here within two to four weeks was WORKERSTOLD\

that eventful period: I Henry D. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. made yesterday by A. A. Durden,
Tho Rev. Thomas Hansen left I Dowling.
local restaurant proprietor. -
* Brooker to Get for Jacksonville to take up his duties Members The will be situated in '
of Company O spent a Woman lies After factory Bradford Laborers Project Now Goes fa
as assistant to Dr. Mahon,
night in the the Hemingway building on Road
armory awaiting a
CommunityCenter pastor of the Main Street Baptist call to report for duty in the storm Train Hits 13, formerly occupied by Stern's Not Yet Called Allotment Board

Church.S. area. One member spent a nightin Auto Garage. The business will be operated For Canal For Funds ?
R. Johns had a
escape jail for failure to report when I by the firm of White &
IN STARKE when his Buick automobile was summoned.The Brother, of Blountstown.Mr. -
DIRT STREETS demolished by a switching train at SEVERAL OTHER CARS Durden says he never allows CLIENTS MUST ACCEPT RED TAPE LIKELY TO '

TO BE IMPROVED- SOON the Hampton grade crossing. II. of Gaiety"Cobra"Theatre with was boastIng SMASH UP'NEAR HERE a stranger to leave his restaurant JOBS IF. OFFERED THEREA CONSUME THREE WEEKS '

C. Wall, insurance agent, was advertising Rudolph Valentino without hearing something : ,:
TwQ school project, the Brooker .the, fact that he had Mr. as a coming attraction. One fatality! and three minor accidents of the virtues of Starke and he believes call for Bradford County labor Stark&. armory; : project has successfully ,
tommunlty center and a street Improvement Johns a new automobile six hours Q. M.ilnman's Chrysler automobile marked a week of mishapsto that his "pep talk" was to work on the cross-state ship I jumped the hurdles of

project for, Starke received after the acCident occurred.A was stolen from him while he motorists,,,highways: In thiS. what Interested the Whites in situating canal has not yet been made, E. state WPA approval and President

approval "of President new flUing station was being I was watching a ball game in Jack county.. their factory here. I C. Long, of the local WPA said .Roosevelt's approval and must now ,

Roosevelt during the past week erected at .the corner of Madison sonville. Mrs. Mable Specie, of Beverly I I Although the business will be on yesterday but he has no doubt It go to the Allotment Board In .

Jad are now awaiting an allocation and Walnut Streets to be leasedto II The "airport committee" of the Mass., died at 2 o'clock Saturday a small scale skilled workers will Is forthcoming and said that when Washington for final appropriation '

of funds from the Allotment. J. H Rltch and W. M. Wain- Exchange Club had just been advised morning in a Gainesville hospital be employed and all kinds of furniture the iuota is finally announced It of funds before actual work la

]Board In Washington.rThe wright.W. I by Florida Airways Corpora! several hours after an automo- and cabinet work can be might be large enough to cause authorized.

, Brooker project provides for E. Daugherty was advertisIng :. tion that a representative would be I bile in which she was riding collided handled here.DYER. regular WPA operations in this Although Presidential approval
demolishing an old public building.aUvagtag i the loss of a "crooked handle sent to Starke to go over possible wth a Southern Railroad passenger county to suffer from shortage of Is tantamount to authorization to

the material and coni hickory walking cane." sites here. train atthe; Hampton cut- labor. begin, armory boosters here are

rtroctlng a community building. Relatives here were worrying Lake Kingsley Heights, a subdivision off grade crossing.Both TO SIGN The Florida Emergency Relief yet loath to count their chickens
n calls for Federal funds i, $2,307 about Bradfordltes caught in the of lots four miles from Mrs. Steele and her son, and the state WPA this week Issued before they are hatched and wfll -

mi a sponsor's contribution of path of the worst hurricane that Starke on the Green Cove Road Robert W. Evett, who was driving a joint statement saying that await the go signal before celebrating

,"2. The latter will be raised by Florida has ever known. Among I had been approved, by the couS- were thrown clear of the careening Farmers On I persons who refuse work on the the success of their efforts.

inscription. those who had nat been heard ty commissioners. I automobile yhen It was struck by canal will be cut off relief rolls. Becauae of the several Federal
One of the school.projects. was --- tho train engine. Mrs Steel was The administration also publisheda agencies through which the pro-
Err a new negro school at Starke, I first brought here for medical attention AAA CONTRACTSWILL list of wages! to be paid for work jects must pass after the President

To* old building will be torn down BALLOTOn ROAD SURVEY but was later taken to the on the waterway, which In all approves them, It usually requires
mil a modern, eight-room building STRAW hospital when it, was seen she was .cases are greater than the WPA about three weeks before permission ,

constructed. Federal funds of in a serious cdndltlon. The boy BE AT COURTHOUSE l salary scale on local projects. Canal to begin work I. granted.

(11,542 are asked while the spon- President Through LawteycoMLEiED was only slightly injured.' HERE NEXT I wages are: Plans for the $22,833 structure
101'1 contribution Is 1140. CNo. u. was seriously hurt In the MONDAY Common labor, $30: a month less have long been drawn and Lieut.

TIle other school proj.et'approv- other IIma ti'-Qpa' one of which occurred $6 a month for room and board.Semiskilled T. T. Long, of the Headquarters

id by the President; provide for TO BE TAKENTELEGRAPH on the Lake Butler road In compliance with recent acts labor, $49 a month Company here, has In his posse.i i;
the addition to two'classroom to Sunday nlgfet and another on the of Congress the Government la less $980 for room and board. slon a photograph of the flames

the Brooker school building and same road one day last week. A offering to contract with the producers Skilled labor, $68 a month lean City armory after which the one

the Installation of additional truck and an automobile collidednear of tobacco,' Irish potatoes, $13.60 for room and board.In hero will be modelled.

plumbing. Federal funds J4.328; READERS NEW ROUTE WILL Hampton Tuesday without In- and syrup according to Mr. L T. the meanwhile to prevent the It shows a two-story brick buildIng -, '

iponaor's contribution, S720.. ASKED TO TAKE ELIMINATECURVES Jury to occupants. Dyer, farm agent In Union County useless migration of labor to Ocala approximately 10 x 88 feet. .9

The street project for Starke PART IN POLL 'SFORSYTH who Is supervising the AAA workIn the following statement of the Floor plans provide for offices, '

provides for Improvement of WINS this county., methods used to employ labor have supply rooms, lockers, baths and a
small last A has been completed on
our survey survey
Jefferson and Adams, Tobacco contracts are being been Issued: reception hall on the first floor
nil Thompson dirt streets. Federal funds, week of the political situation In the job of straightening out Road.. BY KNOCK OUT signed by tobacco growers to cover 1. All labor, except clerical supervisory while the second floor will be one
13 and authorization
111,392 sponsor's contribution Starke regarding the presidential through Lawtey a four year period 1936 to 1939 and technical, will be large room to be used for close
election in 193S, the Telegraph has to begin work on the projectIs I SKILL MAKES UP FOR Inclusive.: furnished by the National Reemployment order drill and Indoor sports.
decided to conduct a straw balloton expected at an early date, according LACK OF WEIGHT
Approximately 220 men were oa All producers who produced and Service on receipt of requisitions Tho project calls for $18,832 In ,
the WPA payroll here this week. a larger scale to feel out sentiment to the statement of State MONDAY sold over 300 pounds of potatoes from the United StatesEngineers Federal funds with the additional

Projects being worked were the In all I parts of the to county.Inter this Road week.Department employees here Vasco Forsyth. 147-pound example In either 1932, 1933 or 1934 may In charge of the canal $4,000 to be raised by the city. .

airport, Alligator Creek, countyroads Since it I4. Impossible of our sub The purpose of the cut-off Is for of what Bradford County apply for tax exemption contracts work. Also to be provided by the city '

and court house indexing. view personally a ballotin eliminating right-angle turns en. hog and hominy can do, scored a Alt cane producers who produc. 2. The National Re-employment Is the lot. At the present time the
scribers we are printing ed and sold 200 gallons of Service can then refer to this job
knock-out over Eddie Bond of moat likely site for the armory U
.... of the which terlng Lawtey from the south. The
"- PARITY" another part' readers paper to fill new road will follow the railroad< Tampa, in the fourth round of the i syrup In 1034, may sign contract only those persons who have been city-owned property.at the north.
- we are asking our not to Increase production certified to the National Reemployment
the agreeing east corner of Walnut and Ninth
main bout at City Club arena
this the town and nte Roa4
PLOT THICKENS out and mall in' or. hand into i iofflc. through In Gainesville\ .'Monday-.night: in 193:$. A benefit paymentof Service by the FDA &I Streets, although no final decision '
miles to the south
13 few '
.. I a under th.reglliatlonll .
Although .outweighed eight ten cents per gallon will be being eligible for has) been made In the matter.
The ballot gives you thre Issued the Prelll-l
JUDGES MAY DISQUALIFY pounds by his opponent, Forsythwas by With the Dew building completed
THEMSELVES AS INTERESTED choices of the possible three lead- "INFERNO"IN by far the better fighter of paid.Evidence of sales such as sales dent-dellnlng the conditions under Starke'wlll overcome the stigma

' PARTIES Ing tickets In the 1936 presidential MOVIESDANTE'S the two, and what he lacked in receipts or other substantial evidence which labor may be employed on of being one of the few towns)

field. It is your privilege to weight he made up for In skill. The must be submitted to prove any project financed In whole or In the state not owning Its own

TALLAHASSEE-The unprecedented vote as you choose with no strings WORK BASIS OF Bradford boy took the first and sales of potatoes and syrup. In part by the Emergency Relief building In which to house Its National

situation of a legislative attached. You are not asked to SHOW COMING TO second rounds by a wide margin of Mr. Dyer will be at the court Appropriation Act of 1939. Guard unit. 4'

act on which every judge In the sign your name and thus commit RITZA points flooring Bond In the third, house, Monday afternoon at one a., From the facts stated In the '

Slate might be disqualified to rule yourself politically. Your honeSt only to lose the round after hittinghis o'clock, to meet all potato and paragraph numbered 1, it follows
developed here as discussions continued conclusion and choice fairly givenis gripping modern drama, with opponent while down. syrup producers who wish to learn that the National Re-employment B. J. ALDERMANDIED

of prospective legal actions. all that Is suggested. romance and breath-taking spectacle more about the program and alga Service can furnish only such labor YESTERDAYTO
the national conventions combined in super-entertain The knock-out punch was a per. the En
against laws passed by the 1933 Although contracts. as Is requisitioned by
Legislature in Its famous "long- of the major political parties ment, comes to the RItz on Sunday fectly timed right and left that a-- gineers. BR BURIED THIS

away, citizens of the United States ferno" which creates the thrilling and ended the fight to the satisfaction clerical, supervisory and technical
It Is the general appropriations of a large number of fans Judge A. Z. Adktns and A. S.
north, south east and west, are adventure of Dante in his journey capacities, no labor will be:
bill which might present the puz- giving attention to the political through Inferno. from here who accompanied ,For Crews, assistant state's attorneyIn hired at the site of the work. It B. J. Alderman-60, died at his

ale, although opinion among lawyers outlook for 1936 which seema *o Actual glimpses of a flaming syth to Gainesville., the new Eighth Judicial Circuit, will, therefore, be useless for anyone home near Melrose Thursday mornIng -'

was divided on whether the promise one of the most intensive purgatory are shown In this film were In Bronson this week for the who has not been referred.by at 2 o'clock of pneumonia. He

Guru would hold themselves disqualified campaigns ever waged in this featuring Spencer Tracy, Claire Missing BooksMrs. fall term of circuit court In Levy an office of the National Reemployment was well known here, havingbeen if.I

to decide whether it was country. Trevor, Henry B. Walthall, and County. Judge Adkins formerly Service to apply for a life-long resident of this section

Ptned by the Legislature in a Who the candidates will be and Alan Dinebart. H. II. Young, librarian, presided In the Twenty-sixth ClrIcult. work at the canal site. He was proprietor of the Rita

proper manner Such a situation what kind of platform of govern- Tuesday and Wednesday bringsto asks that patrons search their libraries ,. comprising Bradford, Baker .--- Theatre building In Starke.
baa never! been presented in the for of the following and Union Counties. Under the ro-
the Takesa any
ment they will stand upon is the RItz screen "Farmer services will\ be held at
Florida courts. already tantalizing the Wife" starring Janet Gaynor, named books which are missing circuiting act of 1939 this circuit 11 o'clock this morning (Friday)

Salaries of Supreme Court jus- subject of voters of all political and Henry Fonda. from the public library: "Ambrose was joined with the Eighth Circuit STUMPFOR from the horns, and Interment will
fees; and likewise the salaries of minds and beliefs. Such discussions Thursday and Friday of next Holt And Family," "The Ugly and retained the name of the lat be in the Melroae Cemetery. The ,

>n circuit judges, are provided In faiths heard at every hand with week features Jane Withers the Duchess," "Years of Grace" "The ter. II. L. Sebring. of Gainesville, DEMOCRATW"PARTY DeWItt C, Jones Company Is In

'the geenral appropriation bill. are In candidates and opin- little meanle of "Bright Eyes", in Deepening Stream," and Harvard Is the Junior: judge of the new circuit IN OKLAHOMA charge of arrangements.

Hut! puts every judge in a position preferences freely expressed. "Ginger" with a supporting cast Classics Nos. 10, 11, 16, 17, 40, 41, ,and J. C Adkins, also of SPEECHES Besides his widow Mr. Alderman

of having a financial Interest in ions on government of O. P. Heggle and Jackie Searl. nand 46. Gainesville, Is state's attorney. Is survived by one SOD, D. J. Alder..
tether the bill Is constitutional. today are more govern Congressman. ...R..L' A. Green left. man, Jr., of, Grandin; one brother
and In general practice a Judge People than ever before, ft thin. weeK roe UKianoma wncre flu J. H. Alderman, of Gainesville; '
bolds himself disqualified he or ment-minded the result will deliver a series of addresses. and five sisters: Mrs. Daffle Fort-
about as
I relative! has direct Interest situation brought Fads About Canal! la bebalf of the Democratic Par. ,
any struggle through | Little Known ncr, Melrose, Mrs. A.. Morrison,
of six-year
a invitation
0 the outcome of litigation. economic upheaval and ty. He went In answer to an Morven, Ga., Mrs: R. Lee Moors
So a national from the Young Democratic -
far, there has been no action attempts at readjustment. Lake Geneva, Mrs. Mary J. Ken
consequent of that
* the courts against the general Club organization nedy Lake Geneva, and Mrs. Susan '

Ppropriatlons bill which. was of the hour, heardat Thin series of A. Corps of Engineers: U. H. above sea level. Rock slopes-1 to state. L. Terry Jacksonville
lUted by the Legislature on Juno The questions "What do you Editor's Note on the Army, Lt. Col. Bhehon B. Bomer- 1 1-2., Earth slope 3 to 1. On his way to Oklahoma theCungre"sman .
I turn are and answer In
, every questions gave an Interview
although legislative Journals for veil in charge. Q. What
think of the political outlook Florida Crow -Stat*> Canal were which, he stated Buys Andrews HomeSale
*ow> It was passed on May 31, The think will be I Q. What is the'route of the from the canal? Jacksonville\ ] In
liIIature. its regular session of. 19307 Who do you" compiled largely from BlnkeR. canal A. $7,600,000 per. year., Maxi there Is one more thing be Is after of the J. W. Andrews, Jr.,

nClany required to end'on May 31; our next President? In all New Record by p"ltn of A. Entrance Mayport on Atlantic mum charge-8c per registeredton. now that the cross-state canalIs home on Madison Avenue to A, A.
A of weekly papers VanLner! of the College! constructed-he wants It
It4pped j Its clocks on that day and conduct- -Jacksonville Palatka being I Durden was announced this week.
are of Florida -
IOIIUnued to pass law. for several"ws parts of the country their readers the Engineering, Unlvenlty for the lint South of Ocala Dunnellon .out Q, What are some of the benefits officially designated as the "Frank." The new owner expects to occupy

with Its records based upon Ing a poll among announced and appeared of the at Port Inglls. Following St. from the canal? tin Delano Roosevelt Canal. then place within the week. Mr. y'
-at time the clocks on the Houae I results of which will be have been time In a recent liaise Johns, Oklawaha and Wlthlacoo- A. Saving of approximately iday's He said he saw In construction and Mrs. Andrews will move Into
"Senate walls showed. *' soon as the figures Telegraph's Gainesville Dally Sun. chee Rivers. time on shipping bound to of the canal the beginning of a their Klngsley Lake cottage for awhile
The I i compiled. Although the Canal Atlantic half century prosperity cycle In '
Cross-State from North
Legislature's Florida ports
parity Independent, we are I The Q. How wide will the canal beT
'dlng that I poll first proposed In 160O and coast and all European ports. this state .
public schools to'ee how sentimenthere was A. 1.000 feet at mouth, 000 feet will\ returnto
-.Id" share interested in 1830 and many times Avoidance of hurricane belt and Congressman Green Attends Convention
on an equal basis with that In other again at shore line, 400 feet past Pa
here the latter partof
his home
compares President Roosevelt reefs that add to hatards -
J colleges and some State De--I since before feet at bottom over dug dangerous
PtrtJnents In parts of the country. 13,000,000 for beginningwork latka ,of the present route. Work the week. Kasper Duncan was In St. Louis,
distribution of State aligned then 000
!!Venuea, now I No matter what your party preference September 3, 1935, Dean section to Wlthlacooche. i relief, stimulation of commerce, I """- Mo., this week attending the American
in the on feet.-
pending to Exit 1,000
like Gulf.
be wouldn't you feet to Legion national convention as
mail '
rt and
L. ? on a claim that It '. U11COOlutlonal. may vote compares VanLeer states.Comparison Q. How deep will canal be? 'I reduction of freight Storllllo'r PopularThe from the
a delegate JonesLang
know naval and military
but with the Panama rates, hour, being conductedby
no claim wee JDadehis fellow-citizens A. Minimum 30 feet overdepth I story ford-White Post.
\ lItigation that the aeafter ,with-those the of your country? Clip the Canal gives an insight Into the 2 feet in main channel, 3 feet la I tages, a third route to Panama Mrs R. 1.. Kemp at the public e -

: expiration of the 6O- :throughout Poll' ballot and magnitude of the project which Is Gulf 'etc. I Ii library each Friday afternoon

-w rtalatfve session oa May 31. I "Our President nowt Then mail or bringit being started by the Federal government Q. How many bridges wilt be i 'Q. How will finst$5,000,000, be at 3:3O o'clock Is provtag very I Monday'Lasi Day
Spnator< ,vote* it miles South of spent? I with the young folk Everyone .'
Henry Tlllman of W. are sure Just nine required? popular Monday Is the last day for filing
:P&. who appeared to- defend 'that, to the this results newspaper.will prove interest- Ocala and a little more than sixty A. Ten with spans 3OO to 900 I A. By land.July 1,$500,000:1936. as; follow Bridge?: who likes a good story Is I applications for emergency crop

,.J'rlty act as attorney for the miles South of Starke. feet and clearances of 139 feet Clearing : Exacvatlon Invited to. attend. loan. for fall vegetable crops. 'Applications
foundations, ;
_kI kEducaUon" 'Au clatlon. Ing. From deep water to deep water Q. How much must be excavated $3.110O.00Ml cellaneou.: $ OOooo. will be taken by Mr j

lit might contest virtually all i ConsumptionGasoline the Pajama Canal Is SO,5 miles Q. How will workers be secured Two Miles DownTwo Alma BalD at the court house.
: approprldloDII if the Gasoline Canal, 199 TA. .
parityk Cross-State -
- Florida cubic
the 566,675,000 rock foundation
BhoUld be consumption in this the More than T miles of
011 successfully attack- miles. From shore to shore of dry and wet dirt and have been laid oa the StarkeStateFarm BirthsMr.
technical -
the ground that. it during August fell slightly I. 403 miles long, yards A. All positionsthrough I
p.e4 Is
W iv. gtalatu're'' county amount used In July. Panama Canal The rock which. Is more than twice as civil service examination.All Road since the work began I and Mrs. Early Thomas
IIetao J ended. session" '" under month the showed a total of 72- I' the Florida canal, 99'miles.of the Panama much as was dUg. out of Panama skilled, semi-skilled and day at this end two weeks ago. Frequent 8tark, girl, September 15. ,

JJ action should Last while the previous cost of construction The Canal (240.000.000-cu.'yds.) laborers through National Re- rains continue to be a han Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley, Law '
be brought 1336,400.000.
" t the 290 gallons 75,160 gallons. Canal was Q.- What are average section employment Office.Q. dicap. Just three miles remain tey, girl September 19.
totalled Florida
I Mai-n, It appropriations month, dropped from S.601 gallons estimated cost of the total length dimensions of canal proper T To whom should one address before connecting with the rock Mr. and ,Mrs Cecil Douglas
raise the Kerosene The
IIQa queo- Is 9146,000.000. 21.
8,537 gallons III which at bottom-23O: feet. Inquiries 7 at HMIbronn Springs.English Stocker boy September
tiltWhether Judges were dls- In July to of the canal Is 195 miles of A. Width .
Personnel -.
to wat.r-33 feet. Rock to A. To Capt. Richard Lee, -
"'CQu rt. decide It. However, August. ninety-five Is artificial waterway Depth of above level. Officer Camp Roosevelt, postmen most be at There are approximately;.54,721,
. might disregard this e forks to be constructed. elevation-44 feet Florida. least 0 feet 4 Inches tall. dentists In this countryhfuth .- .
ll"y and proceed with the Table cloths, tumblers, or I 1 Who Is building the canal? :rop of earth: and spoilage--TB f..t Ocala,
1 are not used by the.Japanese.


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:, ,. h Telegraph By Special Writers Live Community HppeiUgSIj _by blss. Reach Xoon

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PINE LEVELI HAMPTON Seaboard spiritual beenflts' received In attending I tlmonies. Regular melng, \ J
GUM BRANCH IHI". Ad* Nlmmis, Correspondent. Traffic Manager Mission Hall meetings and week The public 13 invited .,
Cor. llhoiln y.flnler. ('............."...nt Mra. II. M. Mrlta, Correnponden to .
Miss Elizabeth: : Ilurnnge Ill See of this tend.
Found Dead : Chief Traffl- appreciation of the sponsors
i Moore of Theressa left We are glad to see the sunshine out of Charles R. Capps
I; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey, Mf Howard he weather. Calvin Hartllne, who lives Officer of the Seaboard Air Lln< great work in our town. Members: .-- -
much rainy
and Mre E E. Yarbrough an- Sunday for Gainesville again after so town, was found' dead near hii today announced the appointment from the brotherhood from Jacksonville The bcdy of Poan's: Marshal
of Flor Railway
.( Miss Doris Kersey of Woodlawi will attend the University I home. The inquest showed that' of Charles E. Bell n contributed much to the Josef Pllsudskl was burled in the
., section were guests of Mrs. H Ida, this being his Junior year. Mrs. Lecy Dunkley and daughter his death was caused by a paralytic Traffic Manager, will effectiveness of the .services with castle at Cracow.
Brown and Passenger ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mabel Denmark of attend
Mrs. while he was
Keene and family Sunday Jack-I stroke, at Norfolk, VirginiaFor --- -----t,
I'J of Hampton attended\ services with of the) headquarters!
children Friday front
spent aonvlllc, spent work In
4 Miss Ella Mae Sapp Church ing; to.some over ten years Mr. Bell has
i;; Thursday night with Miss Era Ed at the Hope Baptist Mrs. Brltton Alvarez. home. been Superintendent of the Seaboard FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

wards of Starke here Sunday. Randolph Crosby has returnee The remains, which were tr Dining Car Departmentwhich
& Lyle'of Lawtey filled his several week: and Year Experience I Makes It Feasible for Me to
Mr. and Mrs J. F, Shaw an' Rev. home after spending charge of the United Burial under his direction; has become Many Rrndrt
':(i J children of the State Farm were regular appointment at the Hope In Jacksonville. Insurance Company of Jacksonville an outstanding feature oj EFFICIENT, PROMPT and TOITRTEOVSMODERATE 8EU'1'f;

:F.' visiting Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sap] Baptist Church at Thereaua Sun Friends of Mrs. Floyd Fender were shipped to Memphis, modern railroad travel. FKICKS

Thursday night. day. 1 are glad to hear she Is Improving Tennessee for Interment.The Mr. Bell Is a native of South l DeWITT C. JONES
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers and the hospital in Or Starke, Florida
;, Mrs. R. C. Groover, of Miami, I IIi' Providence and Mr. She Is still in Rev. C. EUjCooke will preachat Carolina and has a wide acquaIntance -
J. A. Hari son, Carlos, lando. winter
spent last week with Mr. : and the Methodist Church next Sun among the regular
I I and Mrs. Dewey Chapman Willis Dyal spent part of last .,. Florida and the South,,
nage and family. visitIng morning, and the Rev. W. B visitors to =
of Gainesville, were day
Mrs. IrvIn Norman spent Satur children here Sunday. week In Tampa with his father, I Hicks will preach at the evening as well as with railroad executivesand
day night with Mrs. H. Keene. relatives O.1 W. Dyal. service. On Monday night there business men both north aid r

:; Mr. and Mrs P. D. Reddish and Mrs. Josephine services Sullivan at the of Miss Leola Norman of Woodlawi I will be preaching by Dr. W. A,. south of the Mason and DIxon, For Expert RepairingSmith's
Mr attended
4: children were the guests Hampton Sunday.E. section spent the week-end with Myers. Services will continue Line.
i and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. Hope Baptist Church here MIss Vesta McRae. the week
t A. J. Williams who has C. Priest of Starke was a visitor Jacksonville was through : be Floridlan's first
Mrs. T. K. Stokes of Anna Ward la visIting 3 p. m., will
; been spending a few days with her in Thcresua Friday.VANDERBILT. was a visitor to thIs section Fri- Mrs. Mattle Mrs A.A. Sur- opportunity to see the 1935 edition

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8, Sapp,, day. her daughter Hawthorne. of the "Fighting Gatora," and also GaragePhone I

r left Thursday for Ocala where she' Miss Ernestine Buddington, ol rency, of their last glimpse of the Coacb

her husband who It' .. ....... Mrs. H. M Audra Turner and family, who machine until four
will join Alice ItrlorU .... .Ib. (''1' Starke, was Visiting eastern. Dutch Stanley
:working on the cross-state canal. McRae Thursday afternoon.Bill have been living in the weeks later when Maryland plays 120
Mrs. D. I. Knight and daughter,, Misses Mattle and CarraBelle Newman spent last week in part of town, have removed to the here in the Homecoming affair,.

:Miss Mildred, were guests of Mrs. Norman were shopping In Jacksonville Lakeland with Mr and Mrs. J. W. Haynes house near the Union de One ope"\ date, and games with

+' H. Keene Sunday. Saturday. VIcRae. pot.The Tulane and Mississippi, both out oC( Wrecker Service Day or Night

{! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulkner andY Master Ernest Edwards spent Miss Eula Mae Dyal spent Friday Rev. W. T. McGuire, pastorof here, the: state, will for Dome time keep
son, Nelson, were visiting Mr. and the week-end here with his'par night with her uncle and aunt, the First Christian Church fandom at large from witnessing

Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sunday aft ents, Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown, at tiled( his regular appointment at the Gitors In action, except for

ernoon.. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gunter of Sampson City. Madison last Sunday. .ho tilt next Saturday.
been 7a
Gasklna spent theweekend Mrs. I. J. Priest, who has
Miss Thelma Hol- the week-
l Waldo were visiting Jessie Fountain spent of While Florida Field, seating 23.)00 .-
with Misses Audrey and af with Mr. 'and the guest of her son, E. Priest,
Sunday Gainesville
Ingsworth and family nd In several Is not expecting an overflow
Cove Springs
Mildred Norman. firs L. L. Rushing.Mrs. Green curtain-raiser athletic -
ternoon. rowd for the ,
1 and Mrs. Marlon Browningand months has returned to her home. :
Mr. H. H. Lewis and daughter,
Miss Elva Carol, Roy Hutchinson officials do anticipate a larger -
Raiford, were visiting M. C. Sweeney and daughters -
> children, of section visIted Mrs. .
of Rising
Mr and Mrs. H. L. Edwards and W. C. Douglas were vIsitIng Hiss tho Edna bedside, of Mrs. Bill M. Misses Norma and Jo Ann, than usual opening game audi
here Saturday night. returned to' their homes here ence.
n Sunday afternoon. Saturday. aMiss lave 1
Misses Mattle and CarraBella Mildred Brown, of Samp- after a visit with Mrs.' Wm. Hammerer "-- f,

RISING Norman, Debris Bloodsworth, Mr. night of Philadelphia.Mrs. MISSION HALL
Russel Norman, Mr. and ion City, spent of Gainesville inspiring service
d md Mrs. Etta .' James Gnann A most helpful
Miss. Edna Lewis, Correspondent with Misses Eula Mae dl
Mrs. A. A. Edwards and children, has recently been the guest ras'held Tuesday evening. BlbU ,

Mr and Jack;; Edwards, of Harry and Ernest, attended the Tae Mrs.Dyal.R. C. Groover, of Miami, >f.her. father.'T.'V.'''Jones., study, gcod music and singing i r
of Mr Convention at Lake City -i r. and sincere testimonies
Starke, were the guests Hinging 1 and Mrs. J. H. Kelly, of Brooker prayer,
Edward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday.E. pent Tuesday night here with Gators Open

p Walter Underhill Sunday. Gunter and son, Manual, an-1 dr. and Mrs B. M. McRae. Season With -40
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wiles, of Mrs. Alice Griffls of Plant City, .' e Stop Chills

b Jacksonville, recently visited Mr I spent the day Sunday with Mr. and FRANKIE LEE MORGAN Stetson GameBy

,!w, and Mrs Zary Crawford. Mrs.. Willie Holllngsworth. Frankie Lee Morgan, thirteen
',., Mr. and Mrs. Collie Crosby, anti Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and children, years, ten months, twenty-eight ( FRANK s7 WRIGHT) and Fever!

.'f, Mr. R. Finders all of Pine Level,, Ruth, Betty Sue, Lucian and Mri. days old daughter of Mr. and Mra. GAINESVILLE, Sept. 26BackIn

't., were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ruby Emery Johns, spent Sunday in Frank Morgan, of Manatee, died the olden days when scoring I -
<{ Crosby, Sunday. Gainesville with Mrs Harry Ed at her home at Manatee, September rules were somewhat different 'RldYour System of Malarial
; Miss Elna Conner, of Gum wards. Mrs. Johns remained for a 18, from malaria fever. from what they are at this time,
+, Branch, spent Sunday night with several days visit. Frankie was brought here for Florida and Stetson met for the I Shivering with chill one moment and c ,
R. W, Conner. football. It was in burning with fever the next-that's one
Mr. and Mrs. burial and placed in the family lot first time In I I1Ic44-
J Miss read like of the effect of Malaria. Unless checked,
,:; Miss Carrie Alvarez and HIGHLAND at Conner Cemetery. The Rev 1908, and the final score will do serious harm to your
< of Pine Level, were Florida 6, Stetson the disease
Azula CrosbY baseball decision,
:a conducted the a calls
M. K. Crews, CorrespondentMrs. Ira[ Colson of Ocala I health. Malaria, a blood infection, ,
: Miss Irene Lewis, Sun- .
'f uuy.Mr.\ Effle Carter and Miss Jew- Frankle Is survived by her father Saturday, when the Gatora in the blood. Second, building '* <
and Mrs L. L. Conner, Mr el Carter were shopping In Jacksonville : and mother, Mr. and Mrs Frank I and Hatters run up the curtain on up the blood to overcome the effects ol ','

t' and Mrs. Marcus Conner and Enoch Thursday.Mr. Morgan, five brother. Attlce, of the 1935 gridiron season, It will be the disease and to fortify against further '
Ik Keene, all of Gum Branch Mrs. Lewis Norman of Ferral and the twelfth meeting between football attack. .
'' Starke, Clyde, Harmon, : ,ga
of Mr and Mrs. W. C,. of the two Institutions Grove's Tasteless Chill
w were guests Sunday representatives
Black Creek section spent Acancelmo, three sisters, Gladys, both these effects. It contains tasteless
'4'' Conner, Monday. here with relatives. Jewel, and Charlotte, all of Mana- which kill the Infection in the
quinine, .._ .. _. _
a .
J> Mi, and Mrs David Paulk Those from here attending the While. Stetson has succeeded In blood, and which enriches and _

s} have been spending several weeks play sponsored by the Lawtey Junior tee.Pallbearers were: J. J. Morton, winning only once from Florida, build up Iront ood. Chills and level C

ri with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill 1 High School at Lawtey Friday -''R. L. Clemons, George Reddish and that In 1909 with a decUlve'26t soon stop and you are restored to health WINS IN SEWING SPEED CONTEST-Mrs: George: Maxim,

i'' left Wednesday for their night were: Mrs. W. J. Har- Clarence Moore, Owen Rhoden and I : 0 triumph, the Hatters have, md comfort. For ball a century, Grove'i shown here receiving the blue ribbon in a recent sewing
; home In Monticello, Ga.,, dee, Mra. A. A. Crews, Janle Marr, Cornelius Moore.Arrangements. with one exception proved a form- Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief
Miss Elna Conner of Gum Elotse Hardee, Kathleen Hardee, were in charge of idable and stubbrn opponent. In for Malaria. It 1 la Just as useful, too, as apn..al machine race, reveals her secret, "Of course, I've been sewing a

Branch was the guest of Mlsa\ ) Louise and Kathleen Marr and the Boree Funeral Home. 1919 the Gators ran rampant to take tonic and absolutely for old and harmless.young.Pleasantto Safe to long time, and that gives you speed. But the real reason I won-

} Melva Crosby, Sunday. Hlney and Alonzo Austin.Mr. pile up a 64 to 0 victory, but other give children. Get a bottle at any drug and I may as well tell you-is that I was using J. & P. Coats
The Rev. J. T. Barnes was called Wilkinson Dr. have been settled by mar- Now two sixes-SOc and SI. The
; and George According to a report by games store. You'd be surprised at
to Dothan, Ala., Wednesday to two to four touch much the best 6-cord thread, and it seldom breaks.
J' and children visited Mrs. Wilkin Rpth Staples, of the University of gins of from $1 size contains 2J4 times a* "
&_ tho funeral of his brother, Blllte. son's mother, Mrs Lila Norman, Nebraska, babies prefer red and I'I downa. SOc abe and gives you JS% more for the time you can waste, because of a snapping thread!
:" The deceased had made many Saturday's game beginning at your money.
at Lawtey Sunday adults prefer blue.
r r, friends while he vIsited his brother Mr and Mrs. Andrew MathIs
/ here who were made sad by his
. f and children of Jacksonville, spent C f
: death. I Saturday here with relatives.O. .

'(' P. Griffls, J. F. Griffls and J.

ROOT tJOf-- ''W, GrIffis were business visitors to ... ;< ,
In f. sORt. \JO Starke Thursday. C .
| Mr. and Mra. Hamilton Godwin We

{ and Mrs. Ices Dixon, of Oak Hill, don't know sob, @;f fy

1 SORES visited friends here Monday. .

Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly and C. M.

Griffin were visitors to Starke

,.., Thursday. what MR. COCHRANE smokes

o' ."0,0 O'r.uw I J. P. Roberta: returned Saturdayfrom

i.4t For the treatment of pores on feet, a visit with relatives Jin
:' or any other part of Obi will be Blackshear, Ga.
-'" Fort...** Antiseptic Healing T. Green is endorsing our cigarettebut
and Mrs Nelson and he not
, found unuaually effective. This oil. per Mr 'F'ioI>"( JJ-'P/;
a dletlnguliihed' aura-eon of and children, of Starke, visited .. ; "
; t.l.ubl.. and Naflhvllle: Railroad,
. baa a twofold action. Flret, It oombateInfection. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and family ; ltlf Ff.
healing. Till* in the baseball ; } : f.'x
rot' ] te .ueually ore.Bealdea. the treatment:you want for1av .I I i Sunday.E. 8. Thornton, Gilbert Thorn- he is an outstanding man ; d I:' "

r''Br .01'.., Dr. Porter'l AntteeptloHeallnsr ton and J. P. Roberts were visitorsto :: ; 'ti ,
;J Oil I I. food for the treatment ,t 'fr 'k y

;,'I,: of drede for bolle sores who and and have akin broken raihee tried out.v.rythlng and\:Uchlun Hun.alee Starke Monday.. world and has won his place on merit {-{:q.iZ": : }-; ..!r' F2t <

11)\\ akin eay nothing hue I"en them the BOATDRAIN
J Porter'Antleeptlo' Heal.
,kg-\! relief lug Oil that has Dr.Try this wonderful treatment Mra. Z. Z. Griffis Correspondent F Zt t,:y
for sons on any part of the body ..
i i akin I Itch and see how children, "
I or for boll or Mrs. Roy Griff and
. .. world
.0.benellcl. It I is.s In the cigarette
Porter1 Antleeptla Keallns Oil Ronald and Douglas, are visiting ,
t Sat made by: the maker of Oroe'a Laxatlve In Tampa for a few weeks.
nromo Quinine and I I. old.<< by all :
..,I runlnte.. at loo and Mo with ruaraAtea Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Dixon .Chesterfield' arethought of
::1i: of Mtlefaotlon or money back. 'I land children Mary and Marie, of .

... Wauchula, were visiting their son '.

' ., and daughter Mr. and Mrs Pete as outstanding .
J",:$ SAY You'at 1 Itttp TMAT WAY Griffin, last week. .
- ,('. Thomas Garrett of Sumter, S. C.
'l'1. w u s e win! ALK A4LTU'r la visiting his father and mother, -they have won their place

,. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Garrett, this I
I merit
week. on
," Miss Llazia Harrell of Lake

'1''?.d' w-J t Ralph City Jacksonville end.C.Mrs.Mr.., Luther W.la and Gainey Wilkes visiting Mrs.,Griffls were, this Julius and her visiting week.the son sister Kowatz past, Wallace Mr.week-lItl,and,t of.., (J__,) ;\. 'c-\ et __,!W __,_, .

has ,

4 \Its more -sensible-- 'orr to I' keep well of guests Gum of Mr.Branch and, were Mra. Arnold dinner __________

';1'I'i'W, than then elk If Stomach.ALKASELTZERW you bite to try are wait keep to Headache. pet uffertoa1 until your welL you body Sou from are healthily Stomach; Ga ill and on Grlffia City fIs dinner children Miss Mr.Monday.and guests and last Llazza of Katherine Clay Mrs.Sunday.of Harrell Mrs County Joe GaIney Lavonia Grtffla of were Lake were Grlf visiting and- for mildness

i:-: Cold. raU.Muacular.. Rheumatic Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt ""r { .
,1'; or Sciatfo Pains, try Alka.SclUer. last Sunday. R ',L. for better taste
Mrs. Polly Webb and daughter, Tigrrb
or Alka-Saltanr la not laxative, not MICKEY Dttnit
Luolle Goodson
" Winnie and Miss a
heart depranwnt. k L..CA."A.
r'' habit-forming and Dot a
ik of Belmore, were visiting Mr. and ..- plajtr-monater' '
; Mrs. Arnold Grtffta last Friday.
.;, Ask you ehuolat.Bt Everybody remember Sunday of baseball's greatest catchers..1..rI..Imj. .

1't School on Sunday 'at 3:30 o'clock.

; Wlbf ALKALIZE AU are Invited to attend. f"A

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UIE ONE ._ _. _. _ __ ___ STARKE.. FLORIDA.. SEPTEMBER: 27. 1935 .
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:;;:. -----:0. Ksther Garrett
them Care of Blackboard-
and have hung up

EDITORIALS Glee Club Begins; SCHOOL DAYS By DW1GfeSfe pictures In the room. When we get more ; Bulletin Board Freddie

New Song Books of them we are going to make Wlmbcrly; News Reporter. Ida

-- -- some health btxikn. Lulu Davis.
Int.-rest 01BRDFORD -- Yarborough, We have made posters'bf the National
to the Rest The Senior boys and girls Glee .-- Rf'porter--P'ay
Dt\otfd ; 's'Nt Teacher-Mrs. hart.I"OCRTU Parks In the U. S. and now ctt
SCHOOL Club began last Monday with a SC"\ bsVt I relief of the t
HIGH 4r' SvJ\" D we are making maps
good enrollment, with Mrs. Wallas ," ,
e p.O, ?5' I : OI&\UE A United States.

patrO'15 and Alumna drector.: ., I I Coo ro.. 1 1t'uT We are also working a sand
In 4A have
Student' \ hOEL'S The boys and girls
-.. .Mrs. Wall is planning for this I ; ) .-A LJTILf CI I bern bringing pretty pictures an'l table project and a moving picture

year' to be the best year in Glee: oT'to ",.c .. I 4tN to decorate their room.They show of the poem "The Village _

EDITORIAL STAFF Club work ever held In Bradford > l"Io't'l SoP4e'rI4lltI I WArel' vlR'S V I plants board CIAck mlth."
.A. W.'Andei CAt' 6 Er I O ''" are going to have a bulletin
dltor.ln.Chlef---- County High School. I V'l\1" rfJJ I Ttait work In
which the
! son, Jr.oclety IfIM soon, upon
0\)1'\) ( I .Mt SIXTH GRADE
The Glee Club has a large number 6vta.TYy I
Whit --- 6 'So pto.\\ the class will be posted '
EdltorDorotby of new song books and music __J Teacher. Dorothy Green has been elected
Marwiclt -t. L I Miss Buddlngt on-
Editor, Marjorie which 4 We hope to
J.lteral'Y from to begin. These were -- ai our news reporter.
Wior---___-Hugh furnished by the state. Also Mrs. L ORADK A have more nws In the school paper
Joke __Alice, Roye8ter ; THIRD
Jldltorlsl Editor Wall, anticipates entering some from now on,
____....Marie Thede Our workbooks have come at
EIJltor music contest this held fall
Feature year two We have been having our
I glad to have
Editor ------------- the state of the Glee -' last. We are The
a ll.
0ffflentary as part weeliAgnes houHe-cleanlng this w ?
WIlliams I (1. In our room this
.___ Eunice I new pupils
Club work. and walls
-- ? Hubbard and Hilborn windows
I There are two divisions. The I Waldron.-- are clean now We have all our :

- Senior Glee Club which meets and pictures put up
SMILEHow boys We have some new pictures to maps, posters
A every Monday afternoon at the and our room Is beginning to look
put in our room.
--have stopped to sixth period. The officers are as ___ Bernard Jordan, R'p'\IIIer. very home like.
of us :
many a smile can, follows: President-James Hoillngsworth i\ -- We are sorry that Jean Shu-

think what happiness folks, a smile ; Secretary Raymond I : FIRST! UKAUK man la sick and hope she will be
Listen I '
bring us? anything: but a little Plummer-;. Treasurer-Hugh Wal We are learning to read. We back with us soon
doe8l1't All of us I'm sure, are crc. each have a chart for our stars, We are having a contest to see

effort. forth'that little ef- The other division is the Senior and every time we have a total of which half of the room can keep

willing to put to make others hap Girls Glee Club, which meets every ten stars we will have a picture the floor cleanest. We hope both l4-i

1 fraud at the same time cheer Monday afternoon the fifth pe ctencll with our name on It put on aides win so the whole room will ;' '

Now is the time; oh. riod. The officers are as follows"residentLillian : our perfect reading chart. be clean. "
ouraelves. Secretary visit us and watch our Jacobs, Teacher. .
walt to scatter Sternberg; \ Come Miss Rosalind

fripad no longer and words of cheer -Elaine Wynn; Treasurer names go en the chart. -

loving smiles around whose lives are Martlle Hemingway.As i( Order of award: SIXTH (1UADK H 'p. .

to those dear-They may not meet the Glee Club progresses durIng 10 stars-One big star. OO'r teacher gave us attainment

aow ao coming year. Now I Is : the coming term, we will publish 20 stars-Jack-o-Lantem. tests In addition and subtraction
JOB in the 30 stars-Turkey. to show us our grade Abil- -
Smile! Smile! SMILE! other articles In the paper.FOOL'S Tuesday
the time! 40 stars-Santa Claun.CO ity. Most of us scored below the :

POWER stars-Rabbit. sixth grade except Herbert Marks 11 ,
60 stars-Lily. and Geraldine Silcox who scored

will By Sidney Grlffls Miss Lllley Teacher.FIFTH eighth grade ability.
enough power
Do we o4".iJr.
ami Othma Haynes,
think Is Knos! hayes
to Btlck up for what we One bright summer day In the, (lilt ill') now nerving on the cornOf .
crowdMd are
might Or do we follow the middle of August, two boys sat on Ida Lulu ...-.Reporter mlttee keeping the bulletin board '

do anything they happen to a box under a big oak tree. They The following monitors were with up-to-ilute news. ., '

want to do? Do we have enougl1Irellgth were looking for a long lost map. elected for the first semester: to ;
wait ,
of character and .backboneto NO-! This map -was supposed to show )\ "" "' ''ARt1. : Doctor-.Joo Andrews, Jr. NurseSara Most the of honor us can roll hardly listed on the ,

and say Policeman see
stand up where to find a jar of gold. Jim B refoot. '
have done ;
think we
Tn We
Is doing wrong? 'T'\ Mesenger uny. board.
when the crowd Sharp was telling Harry Dule. the \ ____ Comer Ferryman, well but this Is not saying what
Is do- ,
the crowd LibrarianEdna .
Do we do what story of the map. Julian McRne; thinks.

far just to be "popular" or to "The was lost General Aims Of Tyler; Distributors of Supplies Miss Strickland ,,'
Thornton.Tuachrr .
said -
Jim map Elections -Selma
Of Class Jackson Reporter
embarrassment? courseIt High School Chapel Richard Jones, Richard! ) '
live before the Strickland. .
fifty or sixty years ago -Miss Edna
for what Is English BesHle Tyler;
hard to stand up Spoken Caretaker of plants-
Is built. It
City of Starke was ever Held Last FridaySenior -----
build our OFFICERS
don't' we up 811 CLASS
but -

right diameter by doing hard things? was supposed half mile to have from been here lost 1tIs Preside II t...,.___,.._Tommy Ritch 1. To develop the Instrumentsof (i-._------ ;: iil'

Think back over our great and about a High School Chapel was ....Norman Royster oral expression, voice, speech, LMLAWTKY
men Didn't they p In a water proof pocketbook held last Friday the second period. Vice Pres. to a greater usefulness. NEWS 1]
outstanding an old explorer __. Marion Dowling and body, LAWTEY SCHOOL
have will-power? Nothing really and it was lost by Mrs. Carpenter's senior home room Secretary ___ 2. To aid the high school student -, L :
whose name I do not .__ .Jean Davis
great was ever achieved without presented an Interesting program. Treasurer .. I to a greater enjoyment of lM M_<, MMM,tMk,. '
will-power. "Now that you have told me the New song books, Insued by the KeportersMargaret Lowry an>l living. ,-.- > M*M _n M' sW-*4W4_ M*tfMIM p-p--p-a.p

history of the old map I want you State, were used from which the I L. M. Galnos School' student II
the high
told ," Harry "Onward ChristianSoldiers" 3. To give IIICllISCHOOL Chief was visiting in Jacksonvilleover
to tell me you first number, number of social In- JUNIOR ,
Jokes said. was sung by the entire a larger NEWSI.AI'EU'STFFEdltor.ln.Chlef the week-end, A permanent

told Jim school. After which the Lord'sPrayer 8\ CLASSPresident OFF'IC1RS' terests. wave proves a visit to the beauty '

,''BU Edwards: Looking at his mo I said"My with grandfather a grunt to show me that he and Flag Salute came. -_____-. ,> Ralph Davis 4. To encourage the high school LORENE GREEN salon. ;

del T Ford in a crowd of boys, yomhays of his friend'squestion. "Character andEducation" Vice Pres. ......Margaret Pearce student to a higher usefulness Editor -

wouldn't think I Bought this i did not approve Next was a talk Marjorie Warwick. Secretary __..__. Grace Green through his personal development. Literary WELLS J. C. Pringle, a member of the '

car second hand would you? by "Bea Treasurer ____ Ida Kllllngsworth 3. To develop Initiative an Jlealerllhlp MARTHA Elizabeth seventh grade, was a'visitor In

"Come on. Let us get to hunt- This was followed by a poem Reporter .._...... Billy Jackson In the high school stu Clara. Mae Harley Jacksonville Mdndny.
No we
t.James Holllngswortly Retta Jeffords.A AssistantsSociety
|tag the old map," Harry said witha Doer" by Lea --AJ.---' dent. Plummer, -.
would think you made.J ypuriielf. broad sis chorus by eight senior class EditorMARY
: looked
smile that as CLASS OFFICERS realized the sum of
SENIOR 6, To develop a sense of responsibility The P. T. A.
mouth of the Mississippi River, boys and girls came next. ... Simeon Phillips : EDWARDS last I
/' the President *._. in the high school student. fifteen dollars from their play
; Assistant
Elaine Wynn; reluctantly and start Rev. C. B. Price gave a very Interesting Marwlck Evelyn Prevatt, i
? Jim got up Vice Pres. ____ Marjorie 7. To teach a worthy use of let.sure Friday night. Our teachers proved
tW-k' I look terribly pale Editor '
ed on the hunt with Harry. talk on "Building a Secretary __..-_ .... Marie Thede Joke their ability to act. Ma Sweet, 2
Doctor: Yes I do. They had walked down the road Character." He brought out in I Treasurer ___. -, ... Alice Royster u __ __. CARL EDWARDSKarl none other than our primary teach.

Elaine Wyrn: What would yovidioe for about two or three hundred his talk that character Is what we .. 8 To enable and the receive iiign Intelligent HCIKHIIstudent Shuford, J. C. Pringle.Asalstants' er, Mrs. Futch, was the heroin. of

( roe to do? snake. He That our habits are behind to give

Doctor: Wipe some of the pow- yards under when a they stone saw by a the wide of are.what kind of character we have News And Views I criticism on the various ac. Sports Editor the play. .

| der off your face. ran and Harry ran and the secret of success Is the tivliles) concerned with and resultant LESLIE I'IIEVATI'Elementary -

.the road. .Jtm turned over u large forthcoming of good habits. We Who were the three teachers of speech work. Reporter JOKES,
Little Tommy: Mother where do forward and'under that was the long, I must start now to build our character who were bruve enough to be responsible PATSY ROBERTSEDITORIAL -
I people go when they die? stone and pocketbook. Jim don't wait for someone to for the money to finish Our AttendanceHits Carl S-Do you believe all money ,
lost map ?
Mother: I can't tell the and It said to go tell us, for It is only, we ourselves paying for the stage scenery 820 Pupils In. tainted?
Little Tommy: Why Mother, did opened feet north ,ten feet east, teafeet'south who can build It; whether it he Who was It who broke Into the Cleon W.Yen.. Money, In tact

| n't you ever study Geography ten and ten feet west. They good or bad. office a couple of weeks ago? Certain Is double tainted-'talne yours and

back announcements people have a very good Idea The total roll call for B. H. S. is Ninth grade got off to a goodstart taint mine.. .
were the
did this and then they Next were tents on
Staff Colonel: our reports should The which chapel proof. 820 pupils to date showing per this -
but no
started from. after
bad Mr. Gray, and
I be that where they by cent increase over two weeks ago. Monday- two on Tuesday- Hill---Mack this composition .
written In such manner down after the hidden dismissed with the Seniors For the first time In many, many Mrs. ,
I wen the most ignorant may tin- boys dug with enough excitementin marching was out first. years the senior class has a boy These may be divided Into four the worst Is yet to come. on the dog I. the lamo as

I dcrstand treasure classes or groups: Teh Primary brother's word for word.
them. to have killed an .-; president. The men are cominginto your --

Sergeant: Well Sir, what part la their hearts what do you think News as their own, my friends, coming group has an enrollment of 317; The Junior girls hail charge of :Mack A-Yes, you see It is the.
and Grad roll
elephant Post with a I outbye
school Look
| It that you don't understand? found a note their own. the grammar chapel Monday morning. same dog.
they found? They Into u.-' mil of 183: Junior high with a total your turn next week.sea.'a'tsa'a -

Examining Surgeon: Have you that said, "Fool's Gold. The lads Lester Schnelt of Lawtey, left. In spite of the widely aiversmcu don't' of 162 pupils; and, Senior high I The Faculty-Now children, we
heart as heavy. faculty, they
with a of our
any scars? went home Friday, September 13 to enter the talents a stop to this has ISA enrolled. Three months of school have want you to hurry with your

I as lead. of Southern California.He seem able to put break all previous More work yet to be don. >
Marine Applicant: No Sir,.but .--. University Those figures panned- work.A

k've some cigarettes In my coat FOR TilE WEEK has been awarded a scholarship rain. jumped records. Let's not lag at midterm.SOCIETY. numoer of pupils-All right
THOUGHTS standing Class
scholastic Senior .
over there. based on his The forty.outo ** Official figures used,throughout. but remember Rome wasn't builtIn
Asa front
School. This time '
In Bradford High again. __ I
the best policy. ___- --. F a day -
She had Intently watched the L talking when student here he wa outstanding. forty-six. NEWS j The But see
2. Don't stand are expected teachers who GRADE I FQCUIty-NoI you
I reports the eight
loMler she Who
for sometime then and many
I there Is work to be done.S. him. A card was sent by taking typing after school? We are sorry to report little we did not run that Job.
ventured I from
: "The chin strop, suppose an- are
One good turn deserves from New Orleans and like why they are learning to FIRST GRADE Eula. Mae Eunice sick. I -
Is to keep hat on"myman' him Wonder ,
your Mrs. Edwards-How fish
other. President Roosevelt's books, he ? Jimmie Godwin brought a beautiful many

4. Lay by for a rainy day. type honor for the window of We regret losing Virginia and have you caught Ross?
N'o replied Yank It's to rest the was, "On His Way. How many will be on the pot
to be good; from the sixth Ross r-When I get another
5. Do not pretend Thanks to Jlmmle. William Lyles
J law after Joined the marine month? Watch ocxweek's our room.
answering. questions., be good. Sumpter lust Harley week for four yearsat roll this paper! We are still working hard to grade. We wish them much happiness III\ have one. .
-- corps home In Ten -
their new
-- star on our In
get a
6th Paris Island, South Maxwell -You honest
Grade Presents TJI."iKSIThe IIOMK ROOMS chart We hope all mothers will nessee. Mr. are an
Frlnk has enteredthe INTEREST boy for returning, the money,
Mills remind us to wash our teeth -
I Good Chapel Program High Colleeg for Wo help I lost five dollar bill 1
Bradford County Florida State have been taking every morning before going to Coleman Phillips Is absent from but you see a

A School wishes tothank Mr. D. P. men at Tallahassee. The Seniors interest In the beautlflca- school also see that we are nice the second grade this week. We and this Is five ones.

III fine prowu presented Carpenter for th.e 173 records he I MIss Melva Crosby is teaching quite an hifne rooms. The and clean. We must be a hundred hope that he will soon be in J. C. Prlngl_Yen sir' Itwa" afive

Elementary chape) last Thurs presented to\\'the Music Appreciation at Rising school. ,.tlon of their been painted and 'cent room. school again. dollar bill I found, but I had
dip have per
ty Miss Strickland's section tithe A vB flower! boxes .
Department. He also gave --- have been Mrs. KincaId. teacher. changed so you could pay me a
the sixth grade. cabinet which) many beautiful
T'le school an index Character Program The rooms have been Lorena Rosier, our 'Kclltor-ln- reward.
assembly Stephen Foe We all give brought.
sang 'needed. GRAUK -
It'a "Old Folks at Home" for the was greatly for this Doing. Good Work considerably: Improved. ,
our deepest appreciation I We are working on our healtn seeM :. titled Thft Kadornl '.an.t Flank ..1I'uiiinibia *
opening gong and followed with and needed gift. I for this month. This Is : Plaintiff v.r.... Mlllla J.
the Lord's and the Flag generous W. Building, Elected project Nl'ITJ'JI la hereby .iv.n that nn.dor fi u*. Widow, at al', Liafitndant*,
Prayer J.
thank Mrs of Character Dot Sapp which we make final I.rfl'a !
Baute.! We wish to Outline a health book In and by virtu of a uAnillntf. I In the Circuit Court ofnrndfnm
for the books which she as taught in the Salesmanship TOHead Frosh; health rules and color objects that ,., forftfloaura nindo and ramlarod by I County, Plnrldit, In ('han'
"ext the Rev. C. B. Price of the2apUst Andrews to the Friday in Assembly Chit Honorabla A. Z. Adklri. Judicaof I cary, aAld cult balng .foj the C.I .,..*
so kindly contributed Class, was given affect our health. the circuit Court nf the Nth Judicial I nlonura of A Mortvaic oovarlnir the
Church gave a short talk library this week. by Arli Sponholtz. It was of the We have finished studying the Circuit of Plortdv, In And foiitredCorl following .II'lb..t Innd, situate, '
school section dal-
his exptr'ence! In Mr. Beasley's County. In Chiincary lylnv And beIng In Hrudforil County
when he was : and
"nentary, We thank Mrs. E. K. Ferryman given as the following claps held< their electionof story of "Little Jack Rabbit" o.I Hoptomhar 11th. Iftin, In that Florida. t. -wlt:
schooL He stressed A. J. Griff for the magazines ('haraw r Building freshman are enjoying acting It. o ,rtaln enuaa thuraln I Intaly JH.flIins Tha NBW' of $W'4. NV4 of HE'4.
-:'et he calltd "Three Important and :Mr. contributed to Character is a problem class officers last Tuesday. books that lictwaon Tho ViMtrrul lmniHunk of S arr.a fn NK of BW of Hl-J ly.Inar .
*! they so kindly 1. Building We have five new Columbia. Plaintiff. ..n.1]. I.). Ilia- Saat of Sully runnlnir thru
: Clara
-J i In the Chain of Life"-love, of self-control. The ninth grade chose we are enjoying reading. These don ic ill.! '"' :. tha un t.ralirnod. aid .iimrtor. and NKVi o< HK'4,
*dienc, the library. la President. Loryee : who th,,r ln appointedaa
and seU-relance. of self-control as their waa aMftwpi two Acraa Wet of (OublyIn
(.\ 2. The center Flume VicePresidentoshla revs bought with prize money patlMl Maatar In Chanrary to Houthwaat "".n.r. All In M..". 7
jima Haynea (known as Son- FirslFirTDrill 7 will. Phillips as their won for selling the most tickets "....".. the Mima, will on Monday,, ii, Townahlp 7 JtluUll1Jt"n. 21
11t ) recited "Find a will Is atten. Smith a* Secretary John the other she 4th day of November, 1935 tlur.mr bOast
V" a poem. center of ) sponsored by ., .. '
1Ii 3. The as Orderly to the show the legal hflu" of sale, b f ra AI" West hair of "WS.....
y. Julian
ana two sixth grade boys Shows Efficiency tion. Torode as Treasurer. two second grades last Thurs the Court flouna door In fltark,. 20, Tpwnahlu 7 Houtli, }tang. 21M.
r* 'WUcn.: It's Round'-up Time consumes nervous and A. Z. Adklna was elected to learn more about Flnrl'lA, cell to the hl.,hnl And boat ,. Nlfl'4 of NEH.' axc.pt Ir *
bi 4. Attention day. We hop each, tha following <1. ...
Texas." blddar, fur ...- .. off Want .Id. of 55),
us to have at reporter. the birds, bugs and flowers around Cecil...) 'iHndH, pltuala, lylna and I... wnahlp 7 Mouth luinica 21r.'aat

We Were then treated to a fine State laws require Crill each month. energy.5. Surplus nervous energy Is ,. This seems to) be a very good us as we read these books. ln. In tl mil.ford County, Florida ,,,. containing 170 ..,.." In abs.Th.r.ror. ,'
lIIber fire wit .. And aAch of yen
least one you
= J by Herbert Narck and our first one last Friday dependent upon supreme physical staff of officers and the Fresn- Mils Madeline Hazen, Teacher "'-4 of HW'4' of MW'/ and 514 of nAmad In this Nolle. are liarahy ra-
1IIa Thornton; and then'Selma.fcni We had are sure that they will be 4 Nw14< f>( MW44 of MW 4 of Ie.,- nulrad Appaar to rha said Bill of
P.tera i at 2:13: :: p.:m. condition. at men lion 27. Tnwnthlp S, JInnK 32CuflkliilflC Complaint au filed aitalnat you ontba
HunJ1y. Geraldine S.' and "the- bell rang 6. Keep yourself: persistently credit to their offices. FOURTH OKADR II It .acr... lea day of Octobar A. it. 1115: ,
$TW''Warwick sang"Why Don't Without warning ] best. will receive honor I We are having a health contest. with the ppurtnan.. rlatrt' sets! at t,.. Court JI...... In illarit., Urad.
5 Ge t short snips v(the fire signal your I All officers to h* mitd pursuant to ftnld "'."r.. ford County Florida: otherwise, A
Along and "Living. in three minutes and A-Sleep right.BExerclse points In compensation for their J. ),1. Allen and Cecil LeaO are to natlafy th. aam and .roati. liauro* pro Confeaao will ba antarailavalnal
Srtlt Big' Way.". and In exactly two right. C the captains. At the end of each K. K. FKItflYMAN, you And aach of you. for
'ie't the second the school house wasempty. services. side will be A* Huorlal M..t.r In Chanorjr. '.JlII.. to .pp"a.
sixth grade boys fav ten -Eat right. In Mr. Howard's room month the winning -IO-6t-IO-l It la oritarad that tars Notlft. be
us with species of excess. Election publlithad ono A waak fur fur 4.onMaetttlva .
on the Range" Avoid every rewarded.
lad<< "TI YI Ylppa We. The drill was accomplished with 7. of the ninth grade bad the following having birthdays this OHU.I&. .>f rt'ns.u'e'rto, A'4b1' waoka In tha BrAdford ;
Ylppa Va Those Talovraph A nawapapar hAV
and silence results: ATlt'''' 10 APPKtUNOTI''R : County
joined them oa the chorua. remarkable efficiency the 8. Make nature serve you. week are: Addle Dicandlo. Fay : l In hereby glvvn to LINNIK ng ...n.ra! clrculAllun'In Bradford
Dot Sapp.Vtc.Prea.Panay
After a few Mr. Gray complimented higher Hit. President Willie Mae Kersey, MCCfM.KT and buaband.OPuRflB I County, riorlda.' -
Mr. announcements by I and and coo 9. Be true to your Cone.SecretaryDoria Yarborougb, MCfinXEr, and a'h niy This 17 dAY .f Ai-SS.-1""'
.. ftrnulilyn. A. A. '
the Clark. Circuit Court
N.w York, that and earn
grounj chapel was dia tvajUoo made by action. Totnlinsoo, Olin White, Jr. I I of have bean muit you partita !>.- Mr..dfor Treasurer-Roy you
Ih.tlie forgot reporter
""P. tlve rooms for the some teachers. They expressed will die. I
period cl...... close the loon aftar them. tr

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____ Rigdbn-Joyner WHY BOYS LEAVE ;

1-1Ii1 #Lo"iDAiil IC1 'th +r +l; wI J Mrs. R. H. Crawford.of "Harry, now go and TE milk P.WRM.s
cows, feed the
Savannah, Georgia horses, .7
1 I -"" ''''' .- }!'.. tit
ocietyJ .. : hogs, hunt the
.. .A!." has announced the engagementand eggs feed ''he chic.

.\. '".. ''.''"'':' '. -.. .j approaching .marriage of kens, feed the calves, roun i up the

,>; ':I her niece, colts In the pasture and put then

II I Olive Marie Rigdon. Into the barn. Chop enough
D. C. Will Bride-Elect And Recent Bride of Jacksonville, to last tomorrow, pump frE'shVl..l
ter In
Honorees At PartyMrs. \ to creamery and stir the
WednesdayThe to&BOAafcCAMfc.
Meet ; then
1 cream after
supper ,
S welt -' gt down
inrlO Dr. R. N. Joynerof
W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit O. L. Beasley and Mrs. NS-MPUJrt* 1 Into the cellar and clean It out.,be
ed Daughters of the Confederacy, Jeanette Kincaid were joint hostesses LvpueA Cr Starke sure to sort and sprout the pi,..
ti will meet Wednesday afternoon, last Saturday morning, at uvoi-u'f+O% I the marriage will take place on toes, and don't forget to ge, you-
October 2 at three-thirty o'clock, the home of the former to four tables November 7, in Jacksonville lessons before yo ugo to bed"'
In the sun-parlor at the Woman's: of bridge, honoring Miss Lena Miss Rigdon Is a graduate of the I am going over to the farm
Club building. Hostesses: Mrs. A. Belle Shepard, bride-elect and Mrs nurses school at St. Luke's Hospital ers' .club this evening to discus

.Z. Adkins, Miss Amelia Ray and H. M. Richard, a recent bride. % \ and has been connected. with the best way to keep boys on the
Miss Olive Ray.RITZ I The entire lower floor of the i. the nursing staff of Duval County farm.-Frank S. R.
home was tastefully decorated in Hospital since 1033. Dr. Joy- .- .-
roses and baby breath and talliesIn I. \ ,- .,.' ner is a graduate of Duke Univer During colonial times, you could
an attractive cupid design were i sity. He completed his Internship by a thirty-pound turkey for 25
placed on the tables of bridge. at Duval County Hospital cents In Boston. Pigeons were
THEATRESTARKE ; SfrQ. June of this year and Is now selling for a penny a dozen
Miss H a Eel Middleton was 4 : 'a.. v in
awarded high prize for bridge and a practicing in Starke, In associationwith those days.
Dr. W. E. Middleton. The .-----
Middleton received .
Miss Madge .,. .-' oouple will make their home here. Texas plans to have 2500000,,
second high. Miss Shepard ? ?
PROGRAMBEGINNING I I'If i trees readys for planting
from her hostesses two pieces a 4tM''i.' next
FRIDAY her selected china while Mrs. Richard J r nf11. '1.1YM:,ICIrM'.r,1,. M The red fox Is a better mouser spring on a 300-mile shelter belt
d presented several pieces of than a cat. designed to reduce wind erosion.
,< FRIDAY, SEPT 27TII. was I
'\ Annapolis Farewell'Sir hostesses served their guests .
Guy Standing with a refreshment course in a ._,,, Itr'.e.
Rosalind Keith WHITE HOUSE-Evaporated
color scheme.
Klchanl Cromwelland pink and green
Tom Brown-
The Midshipmen. of the U. Those enjoying the party with ) :( OE.S112.ve.TNTO .
J H. Naval ,Academy also Miss Shepard and Mrs. Richard OT1-tt'R ,S"/ + CttrAt MILK 3 tall cans 16c
Betty Boop and Better were: Mra. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. D. A. p
f, Housing Mews Montieth Mrs. D. P. Carpenter,
H. B. Me-
Mrs. L. D. Vining Mrs. BONA 1-lb. can 2-1" ran
SATURDAY, SEPT 28TII. Lendon, Mrs. H. V. Knight Mrs. .
+ Stone of Silver Creek A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. A. Knight, SSHID
Buck Jones Mrs. K. O. Duncan, Mrs. R. F. COCOA lOc} 17c

Also Cartoon and Serial Demoreat, Misses Hazel Middleton, WERE ECONOMY RULES)
Madge Middleton, Hazel Adklni
BUN.-MON., SEPT. 29lh-SOth Mlna Manassa, Annie Mae Pearce,
"Dante's Inferno"Spencer and Lucille Mitchell. IONA (HALVES).

t henry B. WnJthall Tracy Executive Board. Meeting: "1t-' PEACHES No. 2% can 15c

Claire Trevor-A Inn IMnehart n
JI I The Executive Board of the
New and Comedy _
Btarke Woman's Club will hold its -
TUE8.-WED, Oct. lilt & 2nd first meeting for the new club ,.

7 "FARMER' TAKES year at 4 o'clock, Thursday after Y -'f 51bs. 23c
noon, October 2, at the Woman

A WIFE"Janet Club building. All officers and IJ __ _
GaJ'nor-Jlenry Fond"TIIVRS..FRI. committee chairmen are urged to In 1896, during the Cuban Revolt' 'hap. After' war was declared between MARY-ANN OLD- FASHION- -- -

j be present. against Spain, there were many Florida ,, Spain and the U. S. the Three Friends was '
., Oct. 3rd 4th business chartered by the N. Y. World and used asa
boats engaged in the hazardous MEAL 10 J.bs. 23c
i} "GINGER"June of filibustering arms and ammunition to' dispatch boat between. Cuba and Key ',
___ _
l Wlthf'n-O. P. Heggle -
its'daring West. - -
15$ Cuba. One in particular because of
r, Jackie Searl) lot adventures, became', famous all The BLUEFISH is extremely carnivorous P. & O. WHITE NAPHTHA

Capth Nlte Every' Woone d y.' over the world.. It was the St. Johns river and destroys or consumes an incredible SOAP 17c
Those attending show Tuesday alotakBILIOUSNESS tugboat "Three Friends". On landingthe amount of food, of which menhaden 4Lge.Bars

are eligible/ for prlby: leaving, very first cargo of war munitions, ther : is a'favorite Traveling in schools, it is a _.
name with cashier Tuesday. } fish and is generally taken -
Three Friends was discovered by a Span splendid game
s ish gunboat, which was successfully I III off both Florida coasts during the .winter TOMATOES lona No..2 Can 7c

r. eluded after a most exciting1 chase. Seven by either squidding or trolling. The aver-
'... II I other equally hazardous filibustering expeditions age size is from 2 to 5 pounds, though its PEAS A&P Fancy No. 2 can 19c
maximum weight is given as 27 pounds.
to Cuba were safely completedby
LIMA BEANS A&P No. 2 Can 17c
Get Ready the Three Friends without serious mis-


5 For WINTER Intermediate B. y P. U. to Be Miss Shepard :Complimented Miss Adkins EntertainsFor CORN No. 2 Can 12'/2c

Organized at.Church Sunday By Miss Sternberg. And Miss Shepard
,,' PEAS lona No. 2 Can 122c
I Miss :Manassa ..' _
Because of Inclement weather, Misa Hazel
organization of the Intermediate r Mlsa RuthStornberg: and Miss Tuesday evening at'a bridge party BEANS lona Stringless 'N ."2 can 7'/2c
Miss Lena Belle Shepard,
L Baptist Young Peoples Union was Mlna Mahaasa entertained last honoring .
postponed last Sunday. All the ,Thursday'evening with a ,bridge who Is with being a series delightfully of parties by SPINACH lona- No. 2 Can lOc

Baptist young' people between the party, at the home of the former, her friends.

r. ages of thirteen and sixteen Inclusive honoring Miss Lena Belle Shepard The two rooms of her home,

i 6i r'r ri are requested to be presentat r' whose marriage to Donald J. where the guests enjoyed an evening V. S. No. 1 Jersey Cobbler ASP Fancy Tub or PrintPOTATOES
the Baptist Church Sunday evening an'' of bridge, were beautifully
Morrla will be event of October Butter lb. 33c
at 7 o'clock at which time final j
decorated with red roses and fern.
I The two front rooms of the 13c
plans for the organization will the tallies,
Sternberg home were beautifully Very unique were } Oleomargarine
be made and officers elected. used by Miss Adkins, which featured
decorated with pink zinnias, gladioli Nutley lb. 15c
Mrs. Thelma Dinkins will be the .
a large suitcase with bride
and asters, which formed a sec: Fancy Firm Head
leader of the Intermediate. B. Y. and groom leaving on a honey Cold Stream Pink
ting for four tables. of bridge play- Lettuce 2 for 15c
P. U. moon.t
BLANKETS andCOMFORTERS Salmon, tall can lOc
ers.As: the 'guests were received Miss Hazel Middleton, holder of Green Firm HeadCabbage '

; each waa presented with bridal tallies high score in bridge received an 4 Ib s. lOc Rath' Cedar ValleyPicnic
from a table on which was attractive prhce. Miss Adklna then Hams Ib.
'Soft. fluffy. warm. every one a bargain placed a miniature bride and 1 presented the honoree, Miss Shepard Jonathan Fancy Box '
groom under an arch covered with with the crystal goblets to her Apples I Doz. 25c
fern and coral vine. selected pattern of glassware as Tripe can 19c
": BLANKETS COMFORTS a memento of the occasion.At York Imperial
Miss Hazel Middleton holder of Armour's Corned
high score in bridge, for ladles, the end of the progressions, Apples Ib. 5c Beef 15c
79c 2.25 We Vote it was presented 'a lovely evening the hostess served her ,guests an Fresh can

bag, and Henry Manassa, holderof appetizing salad course. Cocoanuts 5c Abbey Finked Tuna
AN OUTSTANDING SHOE received Those invited with Miss Shepardwere ea. 25c
'* to 3.00 and up high men, Fish 2 for
tie. Miss Shepard, the honoree, received : Misses Mlna Manassa, Ruth Thompson Seedless

IV Alligator Raincoats-Guaranteed- Not to Leak or Stick This Season the dessert dishes to her selected -I Sternberg Annie Mae Pearce, Grapes 2 Ibs. 15c Llbby'a Corned Beef

.. pattern of china. Rosalind Jacobs, Beverly Cady, Hash can 17cPotatoes
-- New Red Bllsa
"Friendly" Hazel Middleton, and Lucille
The Iroquois
A ice course carryingout 3 for
Mitchell. lb. 3c Blue Peter Norwegian
LUMBER JACKETS the pink and white color
I. i The features in our new served the hos BunchCarrots
'i scheme .;was by 25c.
;Q; ALL WOOL Friendly "Iroquois" pattern tesses. W. C. T. U. Meets 2 for 15c SARDINES
t, (Mustrated) make it a leader
MEN AND WOMEN Those enjoying the party with This AfternoonThe
I FOR tail Fall. R. Streamline Airs
Misses Rosalind
Miss Shepard were --
; OQC to cord-stitched toe. B. Smart Jacobs Annie Mae Pearce. Woman's Christian Temperance -,
/D ) "Dress-Moccasin" Vamp. C. Lillian Sternberg, Hazel Middleton Union will meet this after DAISV.BROOM 4-String 25c
3.95 Well styled Blucher front.We Abbie Harley Hazel Adklns, Beverly noon (Friday) at three-thirty I :

recommend it in either Black Cady Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mn. o'clock at the home of Mr. and KLENZALL MOP Each 25c
I Beautiful Leather Sport Jackets. ..5.95 Calf, or Brown Calf. Our N. D. Wainwright, Jr., C. A. Mrs. W. J. Epperson.

:iIt< ---- ---- Friendly stock contains, .. Knight. Donald J..Morris, of Lake GIBB'S EARLY JUNE
j;; Those New HatsKENSINGTONS ''' well, new English Toes,.Custom City, A. E.,, WaH, James Dennis, CARD OF THANKS PEAS. 3No.2.Cana.25C: |
Lasts, French Toes, etc. Charles Darby Eugene Matthews, We wish to express our heartfelt
We'd like you to eee them. Henry Manassa. Gerald Middleton, thanks for the kind sympathy lOc
;'1 Arthur Manassa.and Merrill Mc which wp received during the illness CORN; 1onaNO..2. can

Millan.. and recent death of our
1 : daughter Frankie Lee Morgan, TOMATO JUICE lona 10-oz. can 5c
f:1ji 3.50PENNCRAFT Annual U. IX d. Convention to and also for the floral offerings.
: Be" BeachThe Mr. and Mrs Frank Morganand

i k fortieth annual conventionof family I lona can 5c

the Florida Division United
I' 5.00 Daughters of the Confederacy will Mrs. II. L. Brownlee Gives GRITS Rock Ground Sibs.15c

meet at DaytonA Beach October Two Favorite Recipes
.98c to 1.95 19-17, and the Daytona Beach STERLING C
)' Other Good Hats From __ _
,J chapter of which Mrs. George W. Pecan Pie
Uvetrett is president, will be hostess '4 cup sugar SALT 3 I 1-4- Ib.pkgs lOc
No-Fade PAJAMASALL at this.time. Hotel Morgan 1 cup white. karo syrup
;t; will be the convention, headquar 3 eggs
ters. 2 teaspoonfua butter
PTI'ERNSND COLORS An outstanding feature of the 1 teaspoonful vanilla SCOCO-FINEST COMPOUND IcARDSHORTENING ,

I, BUY II.VLF A. DOZEN' convention will be the music which Pinch of salt 25c
H,.J.mt.n "FRIENDLY"She.e the delegates wity,have the pleasure V cup nuts 21bSe (bulk)

of hearing., "Old Plantation Mix all together and bake in

,, 1.79 Days', (a Choral cycle:: ), arrangedand .pie shell for 20 minutes .. ___ -- J
OI ea;. ) directed by,Leota Cordatl-Co- Half-pound Cake IONA PLAIN OR JJCm er.CVMiam U

'l .. w-- burn, featuring melodies of Stephen Cream almost one-half pound 8Se
,111BOYS\ music Collins of 1840-18 Foster and promises authentic to be butter with 1 3-4 cups flour. FLOUR 12-1& Sk. 45c; 24-lb.]&

98c Beat five egga well and add IVi _
t SCHOOL highly entertaining, There will boa --" --- -
cups of sugar a little at a time DEL MONTE BARTLETT
: PANTS Up procession of"Anti-bellum' costumes and beat. Then add to butter

--- .. --.. -" -" -"._-- -..- -- Alexander & Co worn by members and dele- and flour with. 1 tablespoon of PEARS No.2Can 15c
: 1$' ; ; gat** baking powder. Put ifs I cold
*' Mra L.A. Davie wa elected delegate even and :bake at a low -
''J f ,ALEXANDER & COMPANY IX GREEN : j from Starke to this convention temperature for 43 minutes.very -. .- j. .- --

l ; IN GREEN BUILDING ,_ HWO.w.. ,Of Lawtey, with, Mra a. alternate.G. W. Robert,, Mrs..H. L..Brownlee. THE GREAT.ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY:

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Merrill Futch. will leave today Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoppe graph pvrmttiKl from >(Utt.00 to $t- n..Ht, Kant of the A. A'. T<. Ttallroad.'
for Gainesville where he will spend otto' 00. il', of HKK! of SWV4. ,Heo., 1 -II.aa.
his senior NATSEZ I and son. Jimmy, of Tampa will\ Postal Telegraph: and Cable Co., almi all of Illock Mo. 1 In. PeetHMlle -
year vat theUniversity : [ arrive the last of this week for nomonal from $I9.o0 to $10000. In Kep' >6- -ii. Also all that
of Florida. ahoani Air' Line! Hy Co., track part <>f N-1t of NWH of NW'4,
Bits of a visit here with Mr. and Mr. O. '
valuation and rrn Rnto\ 'rolling \ Men n.II'121 bIn" Knat of rlcltt- ,
New York- L. Beunley. Mr. Hoppe la en routeto Stork from lld.osi.uo to 12 ,'a..o. of-way .. C. tlnllroadNV .
Dr O. L. Haynes has recently and Wt.Min) union Telegraph ('... i>er;. NV, of NWtrnf NWV of pea. 55.
St. Louis but Mrs.
I Well folks Hoppe .tut.Vv'o 5 H. of dots. 22 K. and mar
song from IftTSQOFto (
movel his dental office back to his .. l fl. 'tlouitirlvdeHcrlbed be..innln .
It you see son will remain here for a several the und old office over H. C. Wall's Insurance weeks cH-rtlfy that the above and forea-o. at NV'" corner nf Seo. 'B, Tn.
IDeal NeWs me hitch.hiking Ins I Is a trim and correct lilt of III. 5 H. of Hanii 22 East, and running
Company. home -- real and personal oqualla- i Kant U20 feet to tha 8. A UHvi
ed by th. city I an aboard thence Mouth and parallelwith
In a few Mrs. Hope M. Peterson who has of unnalliora. the Weet aid* of the M. A. UIty
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lorenteax ... sat feet thence Weal to the
CONCERNING days Just boon for some time Home Rehabilitation In wltn nN whereof' have hereby I
have moved from Hectloil' Hue dlvlillnx "Hectlnna 34
recently Jack l miImiM"Html our Damon and the
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN sonville blame it on I Assistant here left Tuesday Into abo\ mentioned, and 36r thence North 330 feet to
to their home West
PROGRESS on Maxie Baer. for Crystal Deach' where she hasbeen \v. U WALUChairman the point nf beclnnliiir.Alao .

Madison Street. That boy \ added to the faculty of u Y. (City( of atarkn Oltv Cornell, Fla. corner aommenclnar of Mea 2t, at T|>. the 63, SW ofKiuiKe
sure looked W. C. A. camp school as Home Economics AIIf"I: 22 Id and running N. on
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hake and I I I'AIL JOHNS, the Section line 122ft feet; thenceNorth
good to me, teacher Mrs. Peterson Oily Cl I..rkI.IOlt.VU, 420 feet; thence Went 120feet ,
visiting Misses Hope Haynes and Doro family have moved to one of'tho but I guess stated that. she had made many \ I thence Mouth 420 feet to the '
Griffin was Hamrick of heglnnlnCI'atttalning '
houses at the South'en.1 Itolnt
IoIfI.peTsvtlle day.' thy Ritch were visiting in Gaines he wasn't friends' here and regretted that she I" In all\ 22 ..C .. more s
Wedne ville Saturday.Mrs. of Walnut Street. good enough. There was a lot must move. 110'1'14'1 OK Arl'1.11'1TlorRent or lex. and belnw In Section S<
T4X IIKEISNOTi10 mid !I5. Townahlu 5 ;youth. uf
hu gone to of dough lost on that fight anda W MKItKHY GIVEN, Itana22 ..:.\..t. ,
;Mary Canova Emma Canova and son, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott, of lot of P. Kmlth. holder of a portion with the appurtnanca. Said sale
D. C.. for a visit. Jacksonville spent a few days this dough won- out not by ..Major: and Mrs. C. W. Chalker o* o'1'T X Certificate No. R 5. I IH.aiimt to It* made pursuant to seed Uectw d
&blDgtoD, Paul E. Canova were visitors In week me! Gulfport. Miss., who Intended to 6th Uv of AnitUKt, A. L IKS. to Dnllefy. the ...ant. and coata.K. ,
Palatka Jacksonville Friday. with his parents, Mr. and haN tiled aid certificate. In mv (if* ;'
lobA. Gray, of was ,Mrs. F, A.. Scott. BIG make their home In Starke, as Major flee and made application for tax Aa HpeclMl' K. PWRUYMAN Master. Chancery,., ;
here Monday, PRIZE | Chalker was retiring from his deed to lactic thereon In accordancewith 9-20-tt-lO-J8
bUllne" visitor Mrs: M C. Sumner of Waycroas! Ia w. Hulil ,portion of rortlflmteenthiace .
and A duties on account of his health the following doHcrlitadl .
Judge Adklns
L Is Ga., spent Monday here with her CAMPAIGNTHIS > iiltuateit In Hrad ford County .
Weeks of Miami have returned will not make this change. A report rnp rty
to their home hereafter
ype, sister Mrs. J. H. Pitts. I Florlds, to-wltt' Kant, flair of
Natives here this week. spending the summer at theirKingsley came yesterday from Hot 8otith-Wiitt' Quarter. and North-
tips : Springs Ark., where Major Chal. \'I'''.,t Quarter of ,,,,th-W..t Qniir.tvr .
Lake cottage. ,
Hvitlon >4, TowitHhlp 7 Hoiith
Eldredge Smith and Johnnie Miss Inez Moltt, of Lakeland, ker has been under observation of Itanwe, 33 Kant contnlnlnw, 120 acroamoi
were visiting In Ocala was guest several days this week Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clarke of physicians, that it was not necessary or I I..MM.Thu .
aHHMnninent of std
grave, of Miss Beatrice Johns. for the Major to retire becauseof properly:
Miami are guests this week of tinder the mild certificate laHiinil, was
ada3' health conditions. In the name. of Henry Ktlndman.Union .
: Clarke's 'im i
Mrs. Mr.
parents, ( "..10' cerllflrat..hnll li.. redeemed
L sistrunk and Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins are Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Sr. -' nccnrdlnir to litw, rax deed
a. y. announcing the birth of a son on roTlrwNoll'e will text thereon. on I the lath day
Itel were visitors to Jacksonville IM horvhy irlvll to all ronciMnt'il or October. A. n. alb "Bee Me for Correctly Fitted ..flGlasser
:b Wednesday September! 25. Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe has return that the city .ou".11 of the Tinted thin llth day of rVntembvr. i
I turday. __ city rif Mturku' Florida Kitting i as it A. i.). 1DU:
ed to her home In Valdosta! 'Ga.,
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1 I' Hoard' of Equsltsers mi MeptemberIlth.
In left Mon- Mrs. Glen Wood of Gainesville, after a visit here with her parents, A. D. 1D.1B, miulu th* follow Clerk. tif i'lrciilt (Court, S. G. LEWIS i'NTARKF
*. W E Middleton spent Wednesday here with her Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Inn Changes. In the tax .....o...m..nt. Hritdford ;
ly weeks camping trip Mrs. B. roll I as fllKil I by the city tux BHBI-H- (OFFICIAL' S1CAI.) 6.11.6t-10.i1'i: I
yfor a two mother George Flyun. I son for 1954. Notice In hervltv a1V- ". FLA.
GeOrgls. .n that the l'lt"oulll'lI; will at Hmeeting M \"''''':11''M 551.111NOTI1,1 I 1
Mr. and Mrs George C. White 118'alnll&I !iIt.!
to be held on the* Int. day l I IK hereby itl\en that tint
Mrs. W. Andrews spent Sun- Frances White and G. W_ Alder- uf lotolivr A. U !1150! at th. city itfiand try virtue of a Final !><>cre..
Services win be held at St. day in Lake City as guest of her man, of Tallahassee, were week hall In Stark, at IIMill oVIork p. m. of Koiecloanre made and remlereilbv
at 11:00a. : will hear from all mich av/ntim orSCmt. the Honorable A. Z. Adklna,
t rk'i Episcopal Church daughter,'Mrs. H. L. Halbrook. end guests of relatives her;. *. HM d"nlre to spp.ar'and file ..Inda-e nf the ('it rult Court of the
Sunday. September 29, the lalnts HH to the valuation an Milo Judicial Circuit. of Klorlda In "
fixed hy the Haiti Ilnnril t.( Eptalle-| and for in Chan REALESTATE
v.F. G. Yerkes officiating. Mr. and Mrs. William Norrls Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brlnson Mrs. era and hear any rnHnoii, why the cerv, dated :::rn.nltl.'h\: innn. In N r,
have returned to their home here P. G. Brinson and Miss Patsy valuations: Mhoulil, he rhanr 0. that certain cause therein .Intelvpendlnw
Lot 3 of lilk III. J.I"lnlr.lu", Trnhv between The Kwleral Land
I from a month's visit In Los Angeles -) Brinson, of Hugh, were guests & ('..', Wiib-illvlHlun' 8H-U-U. 12000 linnk of Columbia: Plaintiff, qndLucy :
California with relatives Tuesday of Mrs. Hutcia Corpening. .00' .K. Harrell. and huehand J. 1* ?
toJI al an .I..nI.t nn KnKey. Harrell 1.1 ItefendantN., the lin- IF YOU WANT TO ,
M.,.. Original Town nf ntnrko.' 1M- lerHlKnnd, who wa. therein. iipt'i'lnteil '
I I II Mrs. G. H. Bennett spent Tues- Mrs. Charles Peeler and Mra. I-2J( fllllC lleflnlnB Co. IdlbOOO to aa Hpeclal Mailer IW.t Chanterv to | BUY, SELL OR KENT k
'Rouo.OIl.) execute the nnnm" on Monday,
I day In Jacksonville as guest of her Will Ennis of Jacksonville were BICYCLE 8tan<1anl ; .
I Mrs H. Boree. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. U: I laxoo 0America. i: InC the .legal bourn of wale. before
I daughter Randolph ,, oil Ci>. p..rm. >nal-from the Court Holme loot 'In Ptnrke
W Morgan and Mrs. Lalla Chase. YOU DON'T IIAVK TO BIJVA Ilion I I no to nito.nil. Klorlila, Hell to the hlRhent and bunt. WILSONREALTY ;
.: and THING TO WIN I The Uinut Atlantlo A Fu.'irid ToaTo bidder I. for cuNh. the followlniv I <1ea -
F. Landrum :
Mrs. T. daughter
i Monul fiom 170000 to '1-! ( rlt ed lund, nltuate, lying and lie* [ CORP.
Idell, returned Tuesday froma Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Denmark and 20 OTIIKIl PlIZEShicludingdolls 000 (00. IIIHT In Hiadfoid (County Florida, to* ;{

e visit in Inverness with relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastlne spent wagons, skate, ,baseball Hlmlnlr Refining. Co. peraunRIfr. wlttThe
..", $1120.00 to .175D. 00. NIt of the 8K' '4 of the SW'iof '
Sunday visiting In Worthington gloves, bates, Imll. croquet acts, "Htiulliein' Hell Telephone' A Tele-, "8110 Sit Tp. B Mouth of tangs* tt

I and Mrs H. C. Ritch spent Springs.Mr. flashlights watches' etc.

./ff > : last Sunday in Gainesville visit- Don't Willi!( !-Ellt 'r Today 2
and Mrs. T. C. Chastlne had
'I Ing Mrs. Ritch's father S. H. Dem- this Any boy or girl call enter, or I.eC'nt..11'ti Old Fimhlon l-KARL
as their guests days
oree. week Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chastine by an adult Water GroundMEAL TIP TOP GROCERY +

I of Fort Pierce. COME: IN! ENTER TODAY f ,
Mrs M.\ Leviton is confined to $Et H-TS ON DIMPLAYtSTERNBERG'S! GRITS I
.1 her home with a broken arm whim C. If. NAKU'ORTIIY Owner and Operator
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight wi 1
I beautiful home one minute she received last Saturday from tr
and Mrs. J. E. Maines motored
i the next A financial lets a. fall. to Jacksonville Beach and spent 10 LB3.21c'! ., lit LAN

trail afford. Why risk It? -of the: day Sunday. HTAKKE. FLORIDA
Mrs. O. J. St.. Aug- PRICES, SEPT. 27TH. and 28TH. 29c

| Fire Insurance with'JOHNS ustine is spending several dayihere
Carry G. L. Patten has recently accepted .. ,
with her daughter :Mrs E. L. a position with the C. C. C. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell ,

& Biggs. Department In Jacksonville and I and daughters Mary Lorraine and | BEST CREAMERY 1

will make his home there for a Kathleen, and Hubert Stockwell

"WAINWRIGHT :Mrs.\ J. L. Peek is spending sev- while. .spent last Sunday afternoon visiting LARD) 12 CKEAU nitOOKBUTTER.
I in West Palm Beachas .-
eral weeks in Gainesville. c
Telrphone IS I II guest of her mother Mrs. E.I Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and -I 29c

I P. Otwell. Mrs.] Alma Bain spent Sunday In .
--- -- I Mr. and Mrs. W. J,,: Edwards

Lake City where they attended theFloridaGeorglaAlabama and daughter,, Fredrlka,;.of Jack-
Singing sonvllle are guests this week of BREAKFAST: BENT" WIIITKBACON .men: 1.111or GREAT NOR F.

tt Convention. Mrs. Edward's parents. Mr. and

HALL'SjVariety Mrs. George Bennett of Miami -
Miss Murla Weeks Is

spending formerly several days here with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montieth ta las '' Lb. 32c Lb. 23c Lb. 23c -_ -_ 5% C
their Monday Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs.
her uncle and aunt I
Mrs. Albert Humphry !relativesI
L. Wall.
of Mr. Montleth\ and Mrs. Kennedy STEW EHTEItV: I'OKK BEEF: ;

Grocery Mrs. D. H. Brown and family, of Camden N. J. BEEF CHOPSLb. LIVERLb.

of Lakeland, Gordon Lane and
Lynwood Cumbl of Lake City were Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Austin, of .

]$ ON 10TH STREET-NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT guests during the week-end of Mrs. Benson Springs, w* r a recent Lb. 9c 30c __ _. .. 19c a },
of Rev. and Mrs. B. M.
e A. Brown. guests
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell and are Mrs. Montgomery's par
two sons, who have been guestsof 'ents. Bacon Plates

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. ,Ina

LARD, Per Lb. ,.____________,L 122c Scott Home in returned Ormond.Sunday to their and Mr.children and Mrs.Jacqueline C. O. Strickland Clayton,I Lb. 19c Lb. 12c Lb. 17c "fW

Jr., and Phyllis Faye. spent Tuesday ;

GRITS, 5 Lbs,_________________ 15c Mrs. J. W. Edwards Miss Dor- In Lake Butler with Mrs. GUARANTEED SSLVERKING:
I othy Sapp and Joe Edwards Jr., Strickland's parents, Mr. and Mn 6 LBS. 12-LI3S. 2,.-[.BS

MEAL 10 Lb 23c spent Sunday in Gainesville\ as J. R. Townsend.

Mrs guests T.of A. Mrs.Steele.GENT Donla. Moore and Nat Sternberg left Sunday. for FLOUR 22c39c 75c

POTATOES (Irish) 10 Lbs ___,___llc New Sternberg York;Is City on a for buying a week.trip and Mr.

was accompanied there by his

SUGARS Lbs" _..:______________25c A % daughter, Miss Lillian Sternberg,
WORD and AI Manassa. 3 Boxes Matches HEEDLESi$

TOMATOES, No. 2 _.- _6.Yzc COLUMNFOR each Sherman spent Bates several, of West days Palm this Prince Albert Tobacco GRAPES

CORN, No. 2 ..: "'-_ 3 For ..___.. __ _.25c SALE-Missionary Straw- week and Mrs.with O.his W.uncle White and and aunt today Mr. j'' 3 Packages Salt 2Lbs., .- 15c "'

plants on new ground. A. lie will enter the freshman class.

,COFFEE (Charmer) 14-oz 13c, 2 for 25c J. berry Grlffis. at the University of Florida.Mr. 3 Cans Pork & Beans .. C HARDLETTUCE ..

Advanced shorthand students and Mrs. J. H; Pitt. .spent No. 2 Size can Spinach
PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO, can lOc coached In legal work. Reasonablerates. the week-end in Valdosta as guests Y

Mrs. Alma Sam. 9-2721 CourtHouse of their daughter, Mrs: B. N. Williams No. 2 can Turnip Greens Each 72c

SALMON ( Pink) 1! lOc they were
Fancy SALE-Tractor Saw Mill in by Preston L. Pitts; of 2 Lbs. Navy Beans
FOR and Keeffee Pitts. FANCYCARROTS
Reasonable Gainesville
good shape, all new parts.

-FLOUR, Guaranteed, 12 Lbs _____39c Itp price. A. Underhill.. Bill -and John Chalker sons of Good Green Coffee, lb. -.

!FLOUR, Guaranteed, 24 Lbs. __ __ 75c HAVE YOUR floors sanded the lave Major returned and Mrs.to C.heir W. home Chalker Inulfport 2 Cans Sun-Brite Cleanser Bunch 7l/zc

correct way. We have the latest Miss., after spendingsome
POST 7c'' No hand scrapIng. with their grandparents -
TOASTIES equipment. time here t
Pkg. ___-.-- references C. A. powell 1, and Mrs. A. M. Darby. NU.
Local Mr. .
Satisfaction COFFEE lb. 16c Phono 1192-J. North 9th St.. C POTATOES. s:JI 10 Lbs. 14c

100 Pure Gainesville, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Bedley and

children. Audrey. Doris. Mar-

MILK Nestle's (tall) 3 for 17c FOR berry SALE plants.- Missionary\ Will' make straw-price uerlte, and Norris, several of Reading days, 4 Boxes Sardines .,. HARD HEAD

Mass., ,were guests
2, Box
right. M. RhO<1en, Route last week o(. Mr. and Mrs A. F. Tomato Soup CABBAGELb.
3 Cans Phillip
KETCHUP 14-oz.l__>2 for _.._ _.-...25c 72 near Hellbronn Springs. aula. Mrs. Bedley\ Mr. Saul's

RICE Blue Rose Whole Grain, Ib.PORK ... _5c 8-28-2tp GARDEN( and field seeds arrivingat daughter. '3 Cans Phillips Vegt. Soup .. 2c

White's Store. Such as Oats R. L. Kelley, who has been the 3 Bars Palm Olive Soup. .
5c' "Garden Peas. A variety of Mrs. Wllty Kelley and C YELLOWONIONS.
!? & BEANS 16oz. can' Rye
,, of Vegetable Seeds. See our family returned Saturday t6 his 2 Packages Corn Flakes _

cluster oats. nome In Birmingham Ala. He was

CABBAGE (green head) .Ib ... ._.-2'/2C 4-13-41 mammoth accompanied by his niece Miss Qt. Apple Butter _ _

Genuine Improved Lode Kelley who *IJ1 spend some' Qt. Dill Pickles _ 3 Lbs. ,IQcBEAUTIFUL.
MILLIONS In Birmingham.
3 Lbs. ,. _- <- -- Maryland Missionary Strawberry Peas a
Argo Sugar ,_
thousand fob ---- .
$1.50 per McOee1 and daugh
Plants ,
Mrs. Anne
:!HI:!!PLANE TOBACCO cans _15c Castleberry. Thurmond Farm, I ters. Misses Clara and Marie, of 2 Lbs. Prunes -- - --
Ala. this week of BANANAS
Castleberry Stuart, are guests
18c RawWgh Mr awl Mrs O. A. Andreu. Mrs. 4 Cans Potted Meat .
Pure Corn-Cane SYRUP qt. MEN WANTED for
ors ,
MtG.e Das recently purchased the
Routes In ParketVDatal. Nassau house across from tile lee I Matches Pkgs. ..,,. ,' 3. Lbs. 4.,14.

Ee Buoy' (Health Soap) .2: bars' ''"'"-iSc day.Counties Rawlelgh.and Starke.Co. Dept Writ rAI-2W-to- plant Sldboten! and is having It repaired for .

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GROVELAND-Operations at G
the South Lake well, located in Jf
t tropic I
Lake County, are to be resumed and erection Of ,
Thursday morning October 19, .t houses to shelter pint

4 FARMERS SECTIONConducted tlon GAINESVILLE-An concerning the advisability Investlga ofa : LIVE STATE NEWSNews baa been announced locally. At ing hurricanes inhabitants a r!,I' due,

corn-hog adjustment program that time a few feet of additional awaiting action by the tyi as olla1 n
will be taken at 1046 feet Commission. at
Demonstration for 1930 Is being made by the Sec of Florida In Short Paragraphs cores William Mister
by Agents Florida the present bottom of the hole In sented a resolution of 'h
retary of Agriculture. Agricultural the
order to further with County Unemployed pad
explore cau- ,
Extension Service off!- League
i I tion at that depth, which was ting forth that storm let'
cials have been notified that a
__ broken up near \
r showing an appreciable amount of source
---- -- -- hearing has been scheduled for by 8Cla"H
oil when operations were tempo Ic aerial bombing
., THE STORY OF JOE AND JOHN Washington on September 26?and SPOILED MILK FATAL ESCAPE CHAIRTALLAHASSEEThe rarily suspended July 7.
regional conferences will follow. -
RURAL AND HERB TAMPA-Two Tampa childrenare second :.::-

This Is the story of the adven- If the investigation indicates the dead and two others are critically conviction under Florida's "Lind- BiG Will help you ,finance,

j COMMON SENSE tures of three upstanding Ameri- advisability of continuing the program ill at Tampa Hospital, pre- bergh law" which provided the CYPRESS TREE Draw Your Plan ana BUild
for another year the Secre- I TALLAHASSEE! The grandfather -
f can citizens under the New Deal- ,sumably! as a result of drinking death penalty for kidnaping: for Your Home
JOHNSON tary has announced that a refer- cypress tree of the Ochlock-
By SPUDS Joe Green John Corntassel and canned milk said to have been ransom was reversed last week by V.V.. \\IIITTEN
endum vote of producers will be onee River swamps was hauled to
Herbert Hoover. spoiled. the supreme! court. By the decision General
held to determine whether market Allie Stoutamire Contractor
producers today,by ,
SEEDING Bonard Retherford and Mil-
SEASON FOR Consider Joe Green-that Isn't Box 23S
sanction the continuance at .who said contained. approximately Starke
,; AUSTRIAN PEAS AND his name but he's a real personIn corn-hog adjustment.The STATE UNIVERSITY OPEN lard Keith of Holmes County es- 6000 board feet of lumber or FIa.
; VETCH API'ROACIiINO caped the electric chair to which
Chicago.. Joe Is a skilled me GAINESVILLE University -
build small size
to house.
''t and enough a
Investigation hearingsare
." chanic. He is employed by the of Florida opened its gates to they were condemned when they tree cut
in accordance with I big was on Stoutamire's -
this fall will provision convicted of 77-
Indications are that International Harvester Co. He more than a thousand freshmen were kidnaping:

H be a good season for seeding winter helps make machinery that John of the amendments to the Agricultural Monday. President John J. Tigert year old Mrs. Sophia Phelps and Into five property sections and to be was taken divided fo FOR PROMPT ANDCOURTEOUS

'f; cover crops of vetch and Austrian Corntassel 'uses In his business. Adjustment Act passed by delivered his annual message to holding her for ransom.
the last Congress. If the the sawmills. It was a good lead
f; peas. The ground Is more I But back in 1932, when low prices programIs the newcomers Monday morning. SERVICE
to be continued In 1936 the Sec for a truck to one section.
I moist than It has been at this sea 'put John out of the machinery Many upperclassmen, the leadersof MUST SHOW NEGLIGENCE! -
:.y son In four or five years. market Joe was automaticallylaid than retary November will ao announce S. not later Florida's twenty-five fraterni- TALLAHASSEE-The: supreme LINEn IS- FREED THE NEW DEAL

Considerable Interest has been off and ceased to be an econo- A regional conference for the ties and the entire faculty will de- court has held the state must show MIAMI BEACH-Battered superstructure
these two winter cover mic unit. vote the week to
aroused In coming making culpable negligence to warrant SERVICE
Southeast Is scheduled to be held bearing testimony to STA.
i, crops In the western part of Florida lie managed to speak through, In Atlanta on October 3. W. J. the freshmen feel at home. ( conviction of a person for man- intensity of the Labor Day hurri-

i and so the results of experi- however because the company Sheely agent in animal husbandry slaughter In the death of another cane that drove her hard agroundon Hubert E. I'rlot

mental work with them by the loaned him money against the day and J. Francis Cooper, editor will WANTS TWO STATES person! in an automobile accident. Alligator Reef the Danish

State Agricultural, Experiment of returning prosperity, and he represent the Florida Agricultural BRADENTON During the It reversed a Pinellas County casein freighter Lelse Maersk was tow-
Station should be of Interest at was handy at ,odd jobs Today Extension Service at this monthly meeting of the Chamberof which L. C. Hawkins, 18-year ed to mooring here. After muchof THAT GOOD Gl LF G\8

: this time W. E. Stokes head of Joe Is back in the picture workIng ence. conter-I Commerce, Charles W. Ward old negro was convicted of man- her cargo-2,000 tons of oil in

the agronomy department says five and a half days a week at .,....---- proposed that the canal which is slaughter in the accident death of barrels for Eritrea Italian Africa
that actual tests have shown that I under construction Ocala a man named Perry. Evidence was .
good payWhich Robert Whyte of Drumore, Pa,, near -had been transferred ashore, the
": vets and Austrian peas increase brings us to John Corn- has worn the .same collar button from the Gulf to the Atlantic be I I not sufficient the court said to Lelse Maersk was pulled free from 'Jacksonville's Leading

;J n yields of corn following by from tassel. You remember him. He's since October 1880. made the boundary line between support the conviction. the reef by salvage tugs. Hoe( ]

eight to nine bushels to the acre, the fellow who as the story goes, South Florida and North Florida .. .

'ai on the average or about fifty per was paid for loafing and plowing Rental and benefit payments and that they be made two separate USE \; ( RO Gras widows of the Sandwich ..,;''-' \

t' cent.The under things. But it now appears made by the AAA to farmers un- states, with Bradenton the capItol TALLAHASSEE Governor elands have the ,names of their -ij; ,, ;' ,'

seed should be sown In October that his plow struck something der adjustment contracts totalled of South Florida. Sholtz approved expenditure of ex-husbands tattooed on their ?;';:pa :e2 ar_."tipIF .

t:;: or early November vetch atc yellow and exceedingly beautiful. $563,438,81277 during the fiscal $5,500 by the Everglades Fire Con- tongues.: G ply" rw::

the rate of twenty pounds and peas Anyway, the newspapers have dis- year July 1, 1934 to June 30, 1935. $339,000 DAMAGE trol Commission for purchase of ; ; ::

I,: thirty pounds to the acre. Either covered that thar's gold In them TALLAHASSEEChairman: c. an autogyro plane to be used In 1.l'i.J: j 1 "if\li 11\ "II.'."'

iw hairy or Monantha vetch may be thar fields. Publishers are inviting fire control work in the Ever- .n; ..1/11II"/ .
ductlon of wealth B. Treadway of the State Road
f., used. Inoculation Is desirable 1 If 'national advlrtlsers to come new agricultural glades. The 1935 Legislature cre- !t'
Iowa farmers lead other department estimated the Labor ...
;" these crops have not been grown out and get some of the money today ated the Fire Control District In Dr HERRINGS -.>-- -. .
states with of hurricane caused of -
Day damage
1. an average approxi- ,
on the soil recently through the use of space in the South Florida counties and ap-
in about $339,000 to the overseas
mately monthly
In soils low in phosphate applications papers that farmers read. farm Income during the first half highway In the Florida Keys, propriated $50,000 for its opera- THE SEMINOL
Farmers Have Cash for NeededSupplies
tions. c1I11
of 300 ot _
pounds acre
per of 1935." Most of the damage he said was ;
superphosphate- before the seed arc So it goes From all over the I between Tavenler and Lower Mat- JACKSONVILLE FLORID
,r: soWn "Farm Comeback Over Whole There are three "United States"other
have excellent results,
given land I ecumbe of six Ctt\. P. GIUNEIJ
broad gat the story of John'sgold Key. Rebuilding Mannger
'i producing heavier yields and thud Nation Now Opening Up Vast than the U. S. A. on the Am-
Markets" strike is repeated: "Farmers miles of bridge,wilt be necessaryto l A human home-like Institution]
Rich Is the
? supplying more green matter to be pleasant erican continents. They are the
.1( turned under In the spring.: headline that graces the front pageof of Indiana using black ink; gain restore the"road. United States of Brazil, the United AMERICA'SONLY where you will find jour In.
$100,000,000." "Implement :. .. dividual comfort and .
:y; Editor & Publisher national -- States of Mexico, and the United entertainment
Both vetch and peas are subject dealers and matterof
newspaper guide, In a supplement report USE TRAIN FERRY States of Venezuela.rlneed. \ zL.OIaN a
by nematodes causing great Import-
devoted to John, his tall corn fat nearly 10 Oper cent Increase In JACKSONVILLE Scott M.

,J E1 root-knot and consequently, these< hogs, ,lowing kine-and pocketbook business "Northwest farmer Loftln, co-receiver of the Florida EER ance.

plants are not recommended on the preesnt fact Is that has chin up-Agriculture stag- East Coast railway has announced A steel fireproof building: locate

I lands where root-knot Is a prob the farm population, comprising Ing a termendous comeback this temporary car ferry service be- in the heart of the city

rl lem. They are adapted to the better one-third of the whole, is now pre- year-Trade revival In full swing." tween Florida and Havana Cuba Every Room with Comblnatloi

:9r; grades of farming lands of' pared to spend money for urgently "Kentucky merchants jubilant as will begin In about forty days, 1 Tub and Shower Bath. Radio El!
.,ii" western Florida Mr. Stokes says. farmers trie Ceiling Fan Slat Door t
needed supplies "This is good harvest good crops". with Port Everglades as the nor-
} They conserve! both plant food "Southwest Summer Ventilation ComfortabJ
news for sellers and advertisers of in spirited recovery-- thern terminus The service, which oats as ."..-
and soil, since lands sown to winter rent Beds with Mattresses of Innef
now selling at a profit- makes it to
possible transport
commodities, observes the editor. .
qualified to Construction and Indlvldu
: o crops are not as badly washed by I .stockmen NOW Spring
Although Mr. Hearst Is person- making more money .freight cars loaded anywhere in the .1. FO. N.neor.rHee Reading Lamps.
winter rains and the growing I than before ..
ally shrieking to high heaven ever during like pe- United States to Cuba over the

{r' plants keep the plant foods from against the New Deal a writer of riod". "Gross Wisconsin farm Florida straits had its point of alto.I eto.erlh I...". .... FORUM RATES

leaching out and being lost. They his Omoha paper the Bee-News Income this year will top $300- origin at Key West before the La- ........- 4.VJDDIES 78 Rooms with Prhate Bath

( add humus, which is badly needed happily Informs us that, aided by 000,000 for the first time In five bor Day'hurricane TOO5c / *8.00-Single
on moist lands They be used I ". "Millions in .
may $40,000,000 corn-hog AAA reduction years. new wealth 80 Rooms with Prate Bath

'J,'',, to furnish a certain amount,, of fees;"a golden stream of buy- pour Into North Dakota farmers' CROMIER RESIGNSTALLAHASSEETwo HAROID C.WALLcitfftrrf i $2.50-Single

grazing. Ing power" is blessing John in Nebraska pockets," "South Dakota crop state departments INSURANCE rrvicfTHI r 40 Rooms with Private Bath
The crop, either vetch or Austrian "New automobiles and comeback puts farmers In marketfor will have new directorsIn $3.00-Single

peas, should be turned under trucks flash along the highways," goods...,.. "Sale of 1935 crop October because J. A. Cromlerof S JOtCUl IT ITAftKf.FLAritiJ : 24 Roms with Private Bath
about two weeks before the following Acrnrtf #*r titnf mftirrxitr
will start river of wealth
sales flowing. Marianna resigned as head of $.Go-Slngle
he reports. "Farm machinery Mutt: A Mif retry**
:J crop or corn or cotton is to better I
have advanced and all products harvesting the beverage department. Cromier's 10 Sample Rooms with Private

be planted. In case of extremely have wider and surer markets." than average fruit crop. So resignation was accepted by Bath _______.-_-_ $4.00-SlnglJ
} dry weather In the spring the add- much for John. Governor Sholtz and George O.Weema. .
And while the Chicago
\ ed humus In the soil sometimes Now let's turn to the
/. columns burn with hdlg.nation happiest now director of the State DOUBLE OCCtPNCVTHIS
causes the soil to dry out more "Corn" Wallace and story of all-the one about Herbert Milk Control Board was appointedto
readily and makes it more difficult Hoover. It appears that while ; succeed him. W. Henry Bryant
all his works, Frank Rldgway,
to secure a stand of corn or cotton. Mr. Hoover Is publicly and politically for two years chief inspector for
farm editor of that Journal, contributes -
On the whole however these crops an article headed with the viewing with alarm, pri- the milk control board was named OFFER WILL EXPIRE SOON

,; give good results. Information that dollars are roilIng vately he Is getting In on the New I head of that department to succeed v

Deal's prosperity ground floor. Weems. -
t J. 'There are only 161,000 legally along rural Illinois roads. ... ,"- e
er v
According to John E. PIckett. editor r a r
,, ..
""iffr. qualified To low Farmer*-
physicians In' the Unit ; of the Pacific Rural Press BEGIN CONSTRUCTIONVERO
A Half 010101lIen's
ed States .
.;t MI'. Hoover and his son, Allan, are BEACH-Fellsmere Sugar OFYOURFAVORITE
news, too. that may or
1',1 .
the Investors in last weekIt
among largest : Company announced
:..7r may not chick up Ben. Dickinson,
farm land. will begin"construction Immedi-
owa's No. 1 old dealer. Anyway
.,: .h..k.
"The smart money men feel ately, on Florida's. first sugar refinery -
lIAI.AIUAJ It should remind him of the good
PIckett says, "that farm land Is The plait will be at Fella-
< In II daysCOLDS old days that he's been yearningfor.
J all northwest here. It is to
666Lluru. the soundest Investment of mere ,of
J. S. Russell
"Iowa, reports
"i; arm" editor of the Des Moines and they are encouraged by, the cost $50,000, and will have a production .

.", Ilr.t dar Register and Tribune "sees a half I fact that agriculture has made the pacltyof{ 200,000 poundsof MAGAZINES
best recovery of major Industry granulated sugar every twenty-\
;H TAninrs Tonic and billion dollars in farm, Income, the
and has a cheerful outlook four hours. Officials of the company -
Jn UeUPeUetJ biggest since 1930. In the proI -
: Laxative "
!..4, ahead. said the refinery will be completed -

l]: So It seems that things are lookIng > about December 1, In tlmo AND THIS NEWSPAPER-1 FULL YEAR

t up for Joe and John and Herb. I for the : of the concern's

; BORES FUNERAL HOME Joe has a job making Implements harvesting(crop. About 100 You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer

, I Full line of Caaket & Undertakers Supplies for John. John Is In clover. Herbs men have been;;employed for the

} I AMBULANCE SERVICE getting in on the "smart money construction project 4 Leading.Magazines and Your Favorite Newspaper
." We're all better. What
W. L AYAND NIGHT feeling .
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------- STARK !'
-- E. FLORIDA --"-'
; ; CHURCH --- -- ,-- ----.. AiI .
tho finest lawyer In the Archipelago -

t1 lie"T C. R- Price 10 o'clock, Pastor a. m., "I don't want a lawyer I'm going I <. Chevrolet Trucks In Thrilling Tests Atop Pikes Peak I k

sunda School / to plead guilty and take what ,

k Thomas, supt. coming to me." .
kr J. Worllhlp, 11 a. m. "You're going to do : ,
doming "" "ereehllSCNELLor Just exactly ,
m.fenng wi '
,j f p, U. 0:43: p. you're told to do. a a :
Worship 8 p. m. "Oh, Alan
: \ its the least I can
: Meeting,Wednes.Wd n't a" i a do. I'll
'I S. S Teachers cu0 yn'INf feel a whole lot better if
j zn. 1 I could keep you .ut of it-square
1i t : eek Prayer service, WeddJY The things up a little Lr ..: ,' Ir 0s

8 p, r. hog In steamer the China Kin Lung, trad "Thanks That's a pal! I told "You're going to tell the truth -T--
I Seas, docksat you. Poopsle, that I'd square it." the whole truth and nothing but :
Methodist Church Singapore u f t e r panning The Purser came to the foot of the truth. And sd am I. you stubborn -

B, M. Montgomery, Pastor through a violent typhoon and the bridge and called up to Cap- contrary, half-witted little
Rev. School-10 a. m. an attack by pirates necking it tain Gaskell: "Bank's sent for the Imbtcile! There's nothing elso for

lorDing sundaY Worsblp-ll a. m.EPwortl1 shipment of gold from Hong gold, sir.." He laughed as a good it, Dolly. It's your only chance."
League-7:15: p. m. Kong. Cpptuln G Nkrll refuse joke "Please, Alan,"' she said, sobs

&renlng Worship-8.00: p. U). to tell the pirates where the "Well turn it over to them; choking her voice: "It's awfully

are Invited ta: all these serv- I gold In hidden though they torture "But there l Isn't any gold, sir!" I sweet of you, sticking to me like
You him with the famous this. It won't do trte'
crier the Purser, amazed. "The any good, get-
Chinese boot The louder of the boxes were full of sand!" ting you mixed up In this mess.

Fresh)'terlon Church pirates wan a white trader, "So they were." Captain Gas- You know the terrible things they

H. Lowry, Minister I Jumtfiy MoArdle, on board ship. kell tock a key frpm his pocket will ask us-"

Too m.-Sabbath School China Doll Captain GuNkrll'a and gave It to the Purser. "The "I'm not worrying about that
? a A. Morning Worship; "girl" for years, became" Jealous shipments In the tool box of the What about her?"
coon the pastor. when" OuHki-H met an old flame, steamroller: "Sybil? She's going back to

by mJunior Christian Enaver. Sybil Barclay, on board, and "In the steam-roller the tool England"
tag: p became" engaged to her, and box!" cried the astounded officer, "Huh?" said the startled girl tttarfal aa {
m. .Evening Worship. gave McArdle the key to the and gazed admiringly as his Cap- "You didn't have a quarrel with
1:30: p. ship's arsenal MO he could arm tain limped upon the bridge. "That her on my account?" '

nut Christian Church his l\lalaYIJ. stumps me sir, I never should have "She evidently! saw something 'I RGder
thought of that's been quite clear to every
W. T. McGuIre, Pastor looking there.
gv Chapter XII body "
I School, 10 a. m. "I was counting on that," replied except me- ,
I Bible "Sure, you've got a heart
11 a. m. Gaskell .
I communion, HIS HOUSE IN ORDERThe th.1
Just about soft
us as
1 Captain Gaskell your
"" ...ttAft Endeavor 7 p. m. limped along the
U"--meeting- Wednesday- 7:30 Kin Lung had docked at deck In search of China Doll and putting your hand In the fire
Prayer dame like "" I
Singapore and the passengers were ran Into the American'novelist, me
m Second Sunday 11 a. leaving the vessel. Sybil Barclay Charlie McCaleb, drunk as ever. "Can't help myself. Dolly. Could
Preaching entered the chart-house seeking McCaleb grabbed Gaskell's not quit you l'Venit I wanted to ,
and 8 p. Ui.goseaood arm. I loved her--always will-but not }N aYawR," +:.. .uNw.a.. v
-- Captain Gaskell whom she found "So you decided to make the
I Baptist Church touching various objects as though trip after all!" the way I love you" In the first formally observed and timed tests of motor trucks over the perilous hairpin turns and steep switchbacks

!... G. Hemingway, Pastor saying good-bye to them. "Yes. I came along looking for "Alan! You can't. You couldn't.No of the Pikes Peak auto highway, near Colorado Spring, Chevrolet 1)'-ton and half-ton trucks demonstrated their j I
8M\ no it wouldn't be fair! A no
every Sunday. Bible "Well, darling have you put local color." power, endurance and efficiency over the course of the annual Labor Day hill climb contett, a distance of 12 mile.

tidy Services 10:15 a. m. Services at 3:30: your house in order?" McCalem watched his retreating good bring dame trouble like me." I'd always 2200 feet, with a rite of 4959 feet from the start to the summit. 14,109 feet above sea level. The upper Illustrations i 1 p r'

'clock In afternoon. "No, it's In a worse mess than form in disgust "Local color? If I "No,you won't. Married llfe'd how the Ji-ton truck, driven by W. P. Bentrup on its way to a record of 37 minute, 52>i seconds, with It. full
ever. Sybil I I should have couldn find any-me the RIng- slow you down. Don't 3000.pound load (it made the run afterward, without load in 26 minute, 12 seconds), and the official at the flnUh Ft

BETHELPTIST CIIUKCHBov. for told you before I'll be tied up side Kid with an eye like" a hawk- She stared at him? "Me worry?" (left to right): Harry Hart, technical advisor; Robert M. Ron, Detroit Time; Dan Kennedy, Colorado Spring I
weeks 'it .
the could find
hearing. Don'tyou nobody
L. A. Donnley, Pastor any. You'd marry me?" Gazette and Telegraph; and John L. Jenkins, Chicago Dally New The lower photos chow the Chevrolet half-ton
think It best for you to leave Gaskell passed on, went to ChlnolDoll'
Services every first Sunday. for England?" cabin, attracted by the ecstatic "Not If you're going to make It truck which Harry Haiti drove to the summit in 25 minute, 3 second: and the finish of the run of the 1-ton
Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. I such a blasted favor!" truck with full load.
His her. "Alan voice of Isabelle
question puzzled China
Study and Prayer Services She couldn't for minute.
Bible speak
dear, what are you trying to tell Doll's negro maid who cried: Law- fi t
night. Then she threw
Saturday herself Into Ills
very me? Be frank""That's dy, lawdy, I've got enough clothes welcoming arms 'You gorgeous, said Sir Guy. "Come to the office Doll. Japan and Italy have each hag ;t d
it.I want to lust million !"
WHO'S A FOOL Just you to now a years marvelous sap!" and sign your resignation." "My father!' may be able to help"" more than 27.000 earthquakes lathe
down to brass tacks and escape all the frankness that's goIng "I hope you have better luck In Tho Police Commissioner led "Don't I'll resign soon said Miss Yu-Lan softly "He Is. not i last fifty years.The ;t4f,
To get worry.
to be around. them I did ,
flung Everybodywill than said China Doll."Don't
rdtack. You all shout the year China Doll down the gang-plank. enough. But in this mad-house without Influence-even with European I t
know about it-even at home, Miss Dolly. I '
round for lower taxes, honest and I you Gaskell. Sir Guy and Miss Yu- there's always a million things to officials And you saved sun's estimated surface temperature
people you know. got me a conjure. "
fflclent government and better Lan watched them go. do before you can do what you his face. la about 12,000 degrees)
I '
onditions. Every election a bunch "You can always'- live I "Come on, you limping sea-gull," want to." His eyes watched China THE END Fahrenheit. t:;

t politicians, who know this, come down a scandal If you .. ._ I I a
wr *" 'It --.
their. like -
round, waving arms want to. f : ""I < >
e I wings of an old Dutch wlnd- "This will have an offl- f "..tt ",'Ii'

U 1 and tell you that is Just what clal stamp on it. I'll
ey stand for that if elected that to tell the whole have % ?r
I Just what they will see that you court. I want to-I'm involved 1 +.\

t. You know they are lying toau almost as guilty ia .
like a lightning rod peddler China Doll. She came to W' '' ij':; "' ...

t 1 you throw up your hats and warn me about McArdle, tv a'N ,<.;,:: You'll ,0 /
out; yourselves hoarse and rush and I wouldn't listen to it i get

t to the polls like a flock of her I nearly threw her J
eep after an old bell-weather and out-with as dirty an in- ;y + (r edkM xL 1

Ole for them. Then what do they cult as a man could throwat ..
o! Go up to the seat of govern- : a woman." s'
ent, feather their own nestsandlole She watched him closely -, I i. !IBS : BETTER, BUY

exactly opposite to what theyold -appeared to be seeing 1.. .
you they would. Instead of him In a new light "That ".. :.;: "

INI taxes you find when you getour was not like you." n. TI "'
', to f y Rr r
receipt that they have mount- ..'I don't,'know -why,., > ,+. o
upward like a tomcat's back' except that I'd Just seen from J"f w fN4

md Instead of a more efficient her in McArdle's cabin. I \ 9 your t2t,p Y

overnment a lot more of useless never thought she'd skid h #' k1fA E .
mee.i have been created with sal.des that far" S 2'
i attached. I In the pause that followed t'-1i; 7
You rant and tear around and he walked away : .lJbw;
a j
all 1 them names but the next elec- from her, absently ran his '\1
Ion i they come around as regularthe hand over objects, almost ,':1 :tt '. "s 01y h qo t v i .

> monthly payment on the tenderly. She began to i Lyyr .. 12t r .
ulomoblle you have bought on understand him. \ ''i-tM:, ,
ihe-dollar-down and-a-dollar-ev "You've got to admit "Fla: r.4 : Dealer

me-they-catch-you and that you really love this ,, :,_
ark the same old racket. If one 'old tub' after all."" h .

ta or gets killed In an accident "Oh, no," he said quickly.

rou just turn him In as you wouldold "Yes. that too. I oughtto
Ford and get another of stand by and see her She threw herself Into his

he tame brand tarred. with the put ship-shape. You can't welcoming arm.
*me stick. pile up five years of some-
Instead of Insisting that he do thing and then Ieave.lt In

i he agrees before election or get a flash."

eked out, that he pay some attention "Of course not, Alan Well, Gaskell entered the cabin pushed will +
to party platforms and I I'm off to the hotel and I'll take Isabelle out. China Doll was ou find many

pislges that he stand for honest the next P. & O. boat." She put lighting a cigarette "Police Commissioner i
government and business methods blythe gaiety Into her voice; went ready?" she asked coolly M1"Y

IA politics, you let him pull goat's to him and placed a hand on his ohtslatiding values in liis slock of"s
WOOl>l over your eyes and put knockout shoulder "I came 15,000 miles to "Be here any minute. Come on."

drops In your coffee and you find you, Alan. And now you're He picked up her grip and lead ,
to to sleep and dream the sameold farther away than you ever were. her to the deck and then to his ? )
dream of lower taxes and et- You'd never fit that fireplace In quarters Instead of to the gang-

Icent government. The politician Sussex: plank. Some belated passengers, ( rMORE
m't the fool. He Is the wise guy. He looked at her frankly reliev- coming out of their cabins, startedat /iazfazt& 0

Ha laps at the cream and eats the ed. "I think that's what I've been them oin astonishment. China

raM while you eat the sour milk trying to tell you. Sybil, aren't Doll noticed their stares, and look-
sad drink the whey. you clinging to something that I Ing over the rail, said nonchalantly -

There are exceptions both in polIticians can never be again?" :

and voters but It only "Yes, perhaps I am and I think "Ge, there's the old Kin now! and more people are learning that the beat place
Proves> the rule. Mave we stated that's the only beautiful way It Aren't they ever going to paint
futa? Judge for yourselves and could ever be Good-bye, Alan. I' that smoke-stack? You certainly ,. to get o wed car in at the nearest Chevrolet

hen J call yourselves the King's "Good-bye, Sybil." He kissed her crabbed about It enough when you Dealer',

!titer or Socrates. We admit we lips tenderly, and she smiled up at I were he rFirst Mate. Boy, that Visitm'eeel: hi wide electionoIClUll'lJnlef'JOKUHJ V TIlE MAKE YOU WANT / ,I -
have been a fool for keeps HOW him, proud that he had not failed seems like a thousand years ago,
!\BOUT YOU You needn't anrarer. himself. Theit' she turned quickly II don't It?" He did not reply and she Car.-a.-1)'ou.: too, will get a letter buy-the make you .t twant ;y ,.,... ::

you can't change our opin- and went out on deck to the burst out angrily: "All right! If the model you want, at the price you want to pay! /'THE
w. but It Is not for us to Judge gang-plank. .T you don't want to talk. I was

-"inter: Haven Dally Chief. The passengers.. were going,, only doing It. for the benefit of And whit's more, you will get a car that's guaranteed to .
J ... ashore. At the head of the uuv-- those mugs." be In 'A.! condition, for all cart bearing this famous Red, .1'

; ) TH.VT SETTLES THEM! were Paul Romanoff and Mrs. "I never knew the time when" OK Tag have been carefully checked and conditioned by :THE PRICE YOU WAN
JAM} popular novelist was on A Vollberg, arm,, in arm, acting DO you would overlook an audience. v
with two Chief Steward your Chevrolet Dealer, and carry his personal guarantee.See .
Ob talkative women lover-like that the "That more like you! she TO PAY r

well, mister, have it your grinned: "Well, you two look like cried, brightening. "It's good to him,and bay one of these fine Guaranteed OK Used
"y.' Let's just say he was on'a you're up to no good." Romanoff have you barking at me again."
IIIJn Cars at lowest price*-today!
with and whis-
two women. Having winked at Mrs. Vollberg "Always worrying about your
identifIed him from his published pered in the Steward's ear, start performance," continued Gaskell.

lOrtrailt, they Introduced them- ling that personage. "All care about ia 'how Is the
-n- you
.. '
'and launched into a discus- "Really? Well, congratulations"Mrs. act going' Here, what are you' 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER HEDN1983 PONTIAC COACH-You'll be proud 198 CHEVROLET: CO\CII-A'real buy.

IttT of hls novels, asking ques- Vollberg whispered to him crying about?" See this practically new Chevrolet-com- of Its appearance and performance. And For the man who needs a low priced used

IJ1 and offering comments that as she shook hands: "We may go She shook her head' tearful with appearance, performance and rellabllat this low price you can pay for many
the pare

refusal car.
I! ua
annoying give
to .the with so
1 tempera- back you It." it to the marmonth. cost with the savings. ;
"ratal writer. of the bridal suite." happiness "I can't help Ity and you'll prefer anything operating

L Presently! the train entered a He called "Good luck" after He opened the door of his cabin I ket offers at anywhere near this prlc Reduced for quick sale ;'

beset approached Inside, shut the door. equipped ready to drive away.I' .
and the novelist raised them as Mrs. Tlmmons shoved her I Completely 1037 CIIKVKOLET ONE TON TRUCK_ j
!be "back of his hand to his lips walking coldly ahead of her II "Stop blubbering! Now listen to 192D FORD TUDOR 8EUAN-Just traded

Jf? lave It a resounding smack. pleading husband. me, Dumbskull." : 1928 ESSEX" CO: .1CII-A bargain. See this In ?n a new Chevrolet Six, and In excellent Stake body. Priced very low. See this

|sea 1Ie1! light returned the two-wOo "Ah. Poopsle, ain't you got na!. "Boy, I'm all ears." I car and be convinced of the bargain. con.IIUoto the first lucky buyer. truck before you buy.. :

' Were regarding each other In heart?" he was saying. "I popped "My official Job ends when I ,

'llence. With great suavity he off wrong, but I'm sorry. I'll make' turn you over to the Police Com- '

arked softly and tenderly, It up to you. honest I will. There's missioner. From then on I'll be 01

i ht y4 trip ladies' ', the one regret of my that gem dealer now! Oh Mr. your side of the fence." 'TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO. r

Qo he that I shall never Romanoff, where can I pixels tor "In a pig's eye you will! . I
G-.xi ,"-of you 'It wu -that string of real bere7"Romanoff genuine |You big sap! What do you wantto ,
Exchange. missus'!
the the
-. aback at do that for? gum up
,4xldea4!: his com- works-bust up your whole ca-
,' In the home killed 245 first, but quickly regained STAUKE FLORIDA
:: i.Jk8ldentB!? the first half of posure. "If you'll see me at the riser ro

IJ*! only 83 deaths were.due hotel, m be. glad to arrange It for "I'll explain You're so that going even to you have can ;
| "' trui understand.
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; Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Maybe You've TOO LATE From Other Pens II OUR NEXT PRESIDENTPOLL.L


.. MEMBER.LORIDAPrn nr RUSSELL KAY THE CONSTITUTION HYPOCRISY AND Do you favq,* re-election. of President Roosevelt* -

SS ASSOCIATION \\ .........IT. Florida Press AM*. REPUBLICAN
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j .. 1Q3SPublished 0 Came The Pawn (Palm Bcacu Post) <>.;;,.r (;no")- -----_
::Jct-wOItd. ::J.ec da" Several economists have recom- M you've got"'any old second The American Constitution was

I ,_ .' __ __. ____ __ ___ _____ __ __ n __ __-' mended that we go back to the' hand real estate lay in' 'round this declared by a great Englishmanthe some Or do Democrat you favor other the than nomination President, by the Democratic perry, 01
Weekly en Fridays and Entered 'as Second Class barter system unless money begins would be a mighty good time to moat perfect document ever ?
talking above a whisper and from drag It out of the attic and do a struck from human brains. t

Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke Florida_ what we can hear, bartering, or first clan job. of duatln' and pol- The American citizen thinks ;)f ---',.-:-- ;:-----(FIRST" CHOICE')-----h- -- -._

_____ ____ )
___ __ .'_ n. rather pawning Is being Increasingly tshln'. the ,
Constitution as
his country's fTIIIRDCllCE
E. L. Matthews_Editor and Owner favored as a means for get- looks there'll be ;
The It now -
way guarantor of his rights, the char- r.---------- -- -- ---------------
.___ ___ __ n' __ --- -. ting what you want when you I I a mess of folks prowlln' 'round ter of his liberty, the safe guard of ((SECOND CHOICE) -- -----

\ SUBSCRIPTION RATE don't have what it takes. down here this fall and winterlookln' his freedom.Its .
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We of a nice little home or '---
got possession for a neat --------
claim to obedience arises ( ) ----
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 73c-Payable in Advance watch that way recently. A flasny a likely bulldln' site. from its service to the citizens in --

Advertising Rates on Application automobile pulled up in front ot If you've got a business you these respects. To the'extent It I
-- our office, a well-dressed man dH =
-- from
want to sell-anything a pea of
mounted and waved a beautiful preserves and promotes pursuit Do you favor.the election of a Republican?
nut stand to a perfume factoryyou'll happiness life and liberty, and pro-
A is only as wise as his weakest thought. of i
man bright, gold watch In front our find interested for
some guy tects prosperity, It deserves de- ._ .Jl4.. _
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o eyes. His automobile had broken a lot of the folks comln' down here fense, and veneration. (yes) -(no")------ ------.-

the election? down, he needed to pay a garage I will be lookln' for something to do C e .
'fJ Which hit Tampa harder, the hurricane or man and had to have seven dol- as well as a place to live.I The theory that the ConstitutionIs If you are In favor. of a Republican, whom do you wish nOIl1l.
E i', 0- lars. He would be back throughthe Gated T. tFiiisT" _
don't know about you, but I an inspired document, too sacred -
: Rand will act in "Rain." Her fans won't do her next week without fall and redeem In the
took a post-graduate course to profane by change or ..
We still have -- --------------- .
: the timepiece. ---------
1'Sally much good there. the watch and we often wonder school of hard knocks In 1923: and amendment proclaimed and diligently ( CHOICE) ----" -

while I haven't had an opportunityto propagated by a defeated
0II what went with our seven dollars.
use the knowledge I gained by It and discredited Republican party ---------- -----------------------------------. .
There are more detour signs on the road to success! than Almost every filling station m up to now, I got a crazy idea that I Is Insane nonsense. (SECOND CHOICE) ------- -
: on the road to ruin. a town has a collection of miscellaneous with things breakln" like they are The Constitution was never perfect ...._ _. .
Items gathered from road- -, --. -- -- -------
this would be a good time to review i ----- --- -- .
will be ( -
,- never perfect.The :: THIRD CHOICE] -
motorists who got this far
weary that lesson so as not to make ,
We often acquire a black by stick- and could get no farther. How pledge of a majority of the
,. Life is funny. eye i the same mistakes again. .. .. .. . ._. _
little transaction that took states to accept the Virginia proposed : ...... ..,+.11',.. '.. _
ever, a
remember I had de-
ing a nose in other people's business. place here Sunday appeals to us I mighty Bill'of Rights, contained In Or, If you favor the organization of a third party, whom would
sirable of and all
: : 0 i u being somewhat out of the or- of a sudden piece a- lot property of folks seemedto thaotlrst: ten amendments saved tha ,you want, this new party to nominate?

f, In Louisiana now it seems to be every man a potential dinary-just a shade beyond the want It plenty bad. One after Constitution from .rejection by the
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') governor instead of every man a king. usual prosaic pawn of a watch, a another they'd come 'round and thirteen states.Amendments. ((FIRST CHOICE)--------- -----..

I ring or a suitcase. A garage owner try to buy, It( and each timeI'd found necessary,
; took pity on a penniless driver and agreed to, in order to obtain ..'_ .
raise the ante, but so-called val- --------- ------------------------"------- ---
It is indeed unfortunate if the hand that rocks the cradleis and in exchange for four gallonsof ues kept goln' up and all aroundme Its ratification prove its limita- (SECOND CHOICE) ---

that uncorks the bottle. gasoline he is now the proud and I flxln to out-smart tions,
/ the. was
ame one
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% but puzzled possessor of a musical ---------fe ----------- -- --- --------_-.--- .
W 0 'emWell (THIRD CHOICE) '-
saw. I finally sold the old Jefferson despised Federalist
rYa' The poor man has some consolation. He doesn't have to homestead for a price that was claims for its perfection.

wear a clean collar and have a fresh shave. Our Stomach Hurts outrageous and got a nice down He predicted changes and modifications Every reader of this newspaper may vote. No reader Is
No stories, In'a long required
newspaper payment. The fellow who boughtIt and stated that If not
0--- ; sign his name. Vote now and mail the ballot to this
and spotted career as a newspaper from me peddled it to another amended peaceably, revolutions newspaper
A hick town is one where surgical operations are more reader, have so gagged us as those
guy who found a poor dazed yankee would wisely be resorted to, from
of INo'rlrl or _,rp..TCATiovFOH : Inarn a* I l... .
widely discussed than are business operations. giving an all-too-vlvld account who took'it off his hands at time to time to change It. This ,TAX nEED otherwise may a Decree rentilreil Ctinf i i
Pro ,
I, ;, 0 the cross country chase of the agIng a so-called profit. would be well, contended, be- NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN dart Is further ordered (hut Ihli
actor John Barrymore by this That Maite/le Parmenter, holder of be pubKnhed om-e 'kfor ..
About that time the dope ran cause the blood' of patriots Is the
,{1 I If you want a thing done well you must do it yourself- sprightly "protege," Elaine Barrie 41/47 of Tax Certificate No. aUi isrued four eonscutlreureksIn
been Bradford
out and all us saps who'd seed of liberty. 3rd day nf Auvunt. A. 9 County Telfgrnph, a nn
; :
4 with ,the possible exception of scrubbing your back. takln a shot In the arm woke up L., i nan filed Bald certificate In my office : ty paper, Florida.published. In Iiruiirnrd: : Co
and made application for tax
0 We have stomachedr gangster with a terrible,headache. Our lit- Republican veneration of the 1 deed to limue thereon In accordancewith Witness, the ironnralile Clrn
massacres, Huey Long's1 washroom law 41/47 of said certificate Judges of said Circuit Court,
tle stratosphere'balloon hit the Constitution as a divinely perfect ai *
: A New York cleaner can treat rugs so they look like activities and rotting bodies in the embraces the following described as A. J. Thomas Clerk, and
ground with 'an awful thud. document, committed to that par neal of said Court on this 4 dar
II antiques. A few industrious moths can do the same thing. Florida keys' but never with the Durln' the"time that I was busyjettln' ty's eternal11 guardianship against i Coun-I01; l : September A. J.A.THOMAS D. 10.15\
;; acute sense of nausea that accompanied -
from and mutilation Is cant
options on everything change I North-Kant-Quarter and North-Went Clerk Circuit Court
the wordage lavished on the the court house square to the city and hypocrisy, for which the Shadeof : Quarter of South-Kant Quarter ofNorthKant 9-e.lSt.lO-t.
When you are in a run down condition the thing affairs, business or otherwise, of Quarter and North 8
limits with the I Lincoln well arise from
money got as ft might acres of North-Kant Quarter of IM: cmri'iT; coinr. IIIMDP I
r: to take is the number of the car, says the Mount Dora Topic Mr. Barrymore and Miss Barrle. down payment-for my place all the the dust and blast for the Infamy North-Kant Quarter of South-Emit COTNTV, PI.OHIIM. |% IH
This column baa never been accused Quarter and Went Half ef North- CRHV.: ]
so-called IMPROVEMENTS had of such ,
o betrayal.- Kant: Quarter of South-Bant Quarter M. A. SMITH, an Liquidator for
i' A that should not complain of of puritanism, but somehow been goln' on-street pavln', sewerage The Republican cry of "Wolf", Except Three Acres In NorthWest I Bradford County Hunk, a euro"'
philosopher our
; we
Mr. Barrymore would be much sidewalks street lights and sounded by whatever shekel-toned Corner and except Four AcreeIn tlon.

lot. But suppose your lot is situated next door to a glue factory more to our notion sitting by. an what have you, and a bill along Instruments and organs at the Township South-Went 8 South Corner, Range Section tt, Kant 13,, vs. Plaintiff Cnne, Xn

:t ? open fire with the wife and kid- with It for more than I had paid bare suggestion of President Roose- containing- 41 acres more. or Ie... SARA E. SWEAT Defendant ETf' ET AL.
The assessment of eald property
and !
!t dies. We nominate John for my property In the first velt for further constitutional under the said certificate issued was Take notlc. that the und: <>riilg
,1). o Elaine for oblivion in ,our most amendments belles its In the name of J. T. Jonen.Unlens Special' Master, by the Him! dIn ..
place history '
the above ,
X It must Mussolini to know that matter how said certificate snail be caner appned.
no tone. redeemed -
anger emphatic i will,
Well, I came through that and will alarm few citizens. according to law tax deed pursuant to mid der
.: I much power he has he still can't do anything about the wind with not much more whirl-I eOn + will issue thereon on the Sltth day 'an4 Monday during the the legal hours OUnl of
on 7th at
I day
weather Let's All DanceA way of real and personal the other hand, the Freddent's of- September 48th A. D 1935. A A, D. 1935- sell to the highest>i ;
I, York Dated this day of Augusts .
writer the New
on Mahatma but amendments '. bent bidder for cash at the ft
than Gandhi suggestion of D. 1935,
J oHaile Times thinks how grotesque It A. J. THOMASClerk door of the County CourthnuwStarke
mean I Waa'elJ"catedlWell. stirs no enthusiasm, on our part, Bradford County Fir
,1 Selassie is asking his men to ,"fight for fun." If would seem If people} In civilized the title i IS comin' In again. or In the country: Bradford of Circuit County Court.Florida. the following lands to-wlt:

countries danced not only for pleasure The demand'"for' Florida property not to amend the S10H9.17ORDER 4. t and West hair!
i that is fun they must have a peculiar sense of humor in People care Lott'i and 6. N'rll Block 25
for business
but also reasonsas
: Is becoming"brisk and the turn Constitution to save the NRA, anyor the original town nf Staika Pint
'Ethiopia. do the natives of certain primitive over in many'sections of the state all the proposals thus far of the riTRLirATION AND except a strip of land 70 feel squ|i

0'I' countries. These child-like is rapid, but If we keep our heads Brain Trust, or any or all of the NOTICE TO APPEAl In Block the 18 Northwest of the original corner town of

A South Florida man swallowed a frog to win a twenty- people are always cutting a fancy and watch our step we'll be all New Deal organizations, TO:Cook George, Trustee A. Burrln, whose, and place H. of C. Starke Florida, noM. In,SlnnrtniMCompany
mritlon '"
of Kentucky H |
or two for one reason or anther .
I( caper right.If e residence In. each unknown: and described. follown,
1 five cent bet. Perhaps it will also aid him'in crossing the of an
: () -to Insure the fertility you're smart you'll sell at a Nevertheless the Wall Street GREETING section at HK corner of th* In'
I street safely. N their fields and'their women folks; You are hereby notified. that R. S, i nf Walnut and MadiStreetn ,
;i price that will Insure the fellow conception that "protection of Avant ha. filed In the office. of the and run thcnro smith al,
,'I' o to bring rain for their crops and who buys from you a reasonable property" Is the end and purposeof Clerk of the Circuit Court for the the. Eallt edge of \Vnlnllt Street,
victory in battle; to ward, off Eighth Judicial Circuit I In and for feet thence East and parallel' n
Dorothy Dix says that men believe women enjoy being and famine. jroflt and remember, the more the Constitution above life, llradford County, Florida, bin: :Bill Mad ll on Street 70 feet, thence Nand .">
plague folks who make a profit on top of liberty and the pursuit of happiness of Complaint against you and oth- parallel with Walnut II'<" '
slaves. We're other if If can't ere, soaking the foreclosure of feet to South edge' of Mad:
pretty sure they enjoy telling women Picture you can ( you better off certain ,
you the you are. crystallzed in Republican Tax Hale Certificate, and It Street thence West alone "*'
that they are. picture don't sit there with your And don't"get all excited and legislation for more than a genera- appearing to the Court that your edge of Madison Street 70 ten
mouth open) a Friday night In place, nf residence la mated to be point of beginning! and lying
lot of tion and enforced
vote a improvements just judicially bv
- o I I unknown; being In Block 2ft or the orli'
' taike after our citizens have decided because think the other who sit In la Florida. Toftt,
you guy corporation lawyers RJr: : o r.'l.t t you George A town of Starke. "
to go back to nature and em- and C. LCooit, Trustee, with theand tenements. hrredltum
for 'em. lie
will have to pay may Federal Courts for life, and largely -
each, do In thereto Ml-"
effeminate..Well appear said Cause at the I appurtenances
::!, ulate these primitive peoples as drop from' exhaustion .and leave I[ followed by smaller puppets in office of the Cleric of the Circuit lug or In atiywl. apl.orlnlnlnl
r if Jack so. some philosophers are constantly you koldin'\ tl1a t! bag. other Courts' Is a fetish which Court In the Court House In Starke, I. E. K. PKRKYMAX,
; says bonfire fed Bradford County Florida on Mon- Special
.!t" urging us to do. A And the'\tl'lll.' to sell Is when must be banished from American day, October 7th. lUll, and thereafter KNIGHT A KNIGHT
'J 0 with old cracker boxes and empty somebody wants' to buy. The wise government by orderly processes file your Answer or other plead- Attorneys for Plaintiff

There are few women lawyers in this country because pickle barrels blazes brightly atthe guy who holds out for the last under the Constitution If possible, will be entered aaalnnt )011. u ____9-20-27-2t-10-4 u_ _

, \fl' people refuse to pay a woman something she is going to corner of Walnut and Call dollar usually.Wakes' up feelln' -otherwise by the Republican pre-
Business terrible last PRO
Streets. was LOCAL
sorry for himself. cedent of the bloody sixties.
!.., do anyway-talk. Saturday and In desperation mer- There'' never!' was a better time The conception of rights of the G-3 users ho tt

N,'.' .'-_0 chants have decided to don bathIng to buy Flortda/property" than right people grows larger and larger.A tho name roads I

'l The Winter Haven Herald is recommending "Don't suits and dance up and down now. We have taken up moat of static'Constitution must be nil do testify toLirltA

the main drag to see what effect, the slack from the boom; values amended, -- g u a rantee enlarged : NONSiMILEAGE
change alphabets in the middle of the soup" as .the Democratic it any, this ritual will have on are getting back to normal In rights,-equalize life, liberty and they. .

11' slogan for 1936. business the next day. Their wives most of our towns and cities we pursuit of happiness, with protection III TI! Il/If/ 'I \ evidence Settlnft 1- e

0 line the sidewalks and urge themon haven't, enough homes to accom- of property-and; restrain the

to greater activity because it Is modate our growing population. Barons of Finance and Privilege.Give .
:ti "Death Valley" Scotty says he has lived only sixty years generally believed that he who Hotels and apartments are filling us government under the BEFORE YOU B

but'; it seems like 200. He must had had the instalment collectors puts> forth the'greatest effort will up and In 'many places opportunities -, Constitution.Also .

j" after him too.' be> blessed with the largest number exist for the profitable construction give us a Constitution kept TIRES SEE 01

of customers. of a few- more. abreast of true conceptions of hu.

' '. 0i Although an Indian dancing at Let's stick to steady growth and I man rights, and the needs of government -
'i; The fellow who said that everybody loves a lover must harvest time seems quite natural sound values Sellin',GREEN lots .

' not have lived in a neighborhood where tomcats sing their It would look pretty funny to see ,' Is Just as harmful'and disastrousas ..---
of Bradford Countyfarmrs CHILDREN ARE WHAT WE
a group QUEEN fruit!
,f ; love lyrics on back fences. join bands and trip lightly i -::!!..-. MAKE 'EM

around a strawberry patch three : Since' 1931 Brazil has destroyed A short-sighted editor proclaimed PROVING

, i\ An Ohio man was fined for greasing his truck on Sunday times to Insure the price of fruit 5,121,000 bug* of_coffee-to keep that every normal boy developsa that en COALLWEATHER to
remaining at fifteen cents a pint. low, "* craving for firearms. / ,-
the .
. l{ but people who slide around corners every day in the No-we'll stick to dancing for The fallacy of this theory that '1 1 MORE

,!' week are seldom condemned. pleasure and depend on the New Bridge whist was known In craving for firearms Is one of the 4 3 o NON SKe
C""' Deal for better business conditions. Constantinople Istanbul and essential elements of normality becomes
:c Idea for the shoe evident when consider MILER
It.s a pretty good Greece It.bout.,187o-long! before it you
( A l Mississippi: man was lynched by a mob while the jury .'
Industry to mull around in Its Invaded western Europe. that there was a time, not so long

was still debating his guilt. We hope they went.ahead and lead, however. e ago when firearms 'did not exist. '

t found him guilty after that. --- Incredible man but we find only Did normal boys develop a cravingfor e
Compliment his plan for educating every child firearms when there weren't a

j: p We've been going around this for settling the crime problem for any? This shows how absurd the

The New Yorker reports that some businessmen are so week asking all our friends "How dividing the wealth. His accounts theory Is. *

it i.t hostile to the administration that they refuse"to breathe Is the Telegraph, like President ot how he would accomplish these A boy wants firearms only be- ,AM GET OH LOW PRICES TOO!
Roosevelt Of course they could things is neither clear nor convincing cause ke is taught to do so-because
:' even when the President says they may. not answer It. We didn't know our- Personal nomination for the he sees his elders handla A genuine Goodyear quality tte.-the

:" 0 self until a subscriber told us last test movie In a long time: ."Accent firearms because be sees them Speedway-priced low because sold by

; : "r"A Chicago woman has slept 1313 days. In spite of all week., OD Youth..' It proves that the handled In the movies because he tbe million by' Goodyear Dealers.. '

I' This particular lady came In to 1 movies can be Intelligent after all, reads about them and hears about 4.40-21$5.20 4.50-20$5.50 ,
,' ': the thirteen's she's pretty lucky to miss some of the thing? pay up her subscription although I but only every so often. You must them over the radio.If '' :

that have taken place since she dozed off. she had seriously considered let watch Herbert; Marshal very closely firearms were kept out of his 4.50-21_ 5.70 5."-19_ 1.51

.1H 4. r o ting the paper stop, she said. Her to notice he has a,cork leg sight and hearing altogether-If 4.75-19_, 1.15 5.25-18 7.20
' reason was that when the Tele Headquarters Company has "ciuvl he were taught to bate war and
(j. A Colorado father of seven children has just located a graph arrived on'Friday her neighbors : rouble" tooi many of the boys killing and all that go with them >aE .

' : gold mine on plantation. He'll probably need it before his flocked to her house and very have.. gone to;Ocala to work. It -he would be normal without any 'EASY .Abootaprtc...101'caab._ C _pApN t

' f young ones get old enough to fly the coop. often spirited the paper away, section should .,. aft easy matter to'get craving for firearms, and with- but w. will I lo I f t
by teotlon until there was new recruits however with the out any craving for Imitative killIngs s.4. .A '
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lJi' brought before him. We didn't know that parents had to go house." our friend said. And did last week when somebody's Parents and teachers would do
we feel Important T dog chewed-np somebody else's well to teach children to despise
to court to find out what their children need. parrot. And about these fellows toy pistols, toy cannon toy soldiers -

T 0 Huey Long's new book "My, who come around, collecting for ; etc. Generations of wrong Motor 'Co.

\?, A shiftless person is one who won't do anything about First Days In The White House" various) charities you've never teaching must -be reversed--and
' .Is disappointing least the part beard, of-one ot''them,, remarked there Is no time 'like the present .
:.j. it when he owns plenty of dirt Mother Nature furnishes the _'ye read. They led us to ex- that times were: so bad he was to begin the process of rverslog STARKE. FLORIDA

, rain and the Government hands out seeds and fertilizer. fanUstlo'tmaglnmgsr, of this barely, collecting his own salary. itv-.Mtlwauke Leader;



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