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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DAD 28 LICENSESFOR ALL OCCUPATIONSIN SCHOOLS TO AD STRAW VOTETO -. 'I BEST OUTLOOK RUMORS COUNCIL .

ABOUT GREEN AND
CITY ARE

OI1PLETIONDBE NOW DUE IN RED CROSSSAFETYDRIVE WEEK-ROOSEVELT CONTINUE ANOTHER HAS FOR BERRIES GOVERNORSHIP CONFIRMEDFrom NOT NAMES NEW

City occupational licenses for a''! NO COMPETITIONThe "
business houses the Lake City Reporter:
and
professional results of the first
SOON people for the fiscal year 193 -36 the Telegraph's straw ballotare weekof INTHREEYEARS "Rumor la persistent In some Greenla quarters NIGHT MARSHAL
were due October 1, City Clerk : that Congressman R. A. f
Carl Johns said this week. looking toward Tallahassee anfeeling
For President 3,1
Roosevelt otherwise
the public pulse -

Apparent Low Bidder by Statements the city, but are Mr.not Johns mailed urges out Check-up Blanks Will Georgia For Governor--1. Talmadge ot Wet" Fall Will' Cause in regard to entering the campaign Re-elected Officials

Announced This all who should have licenses t) Be Given To All The Republican has next year for governor. Mi.
Party Increased Spring Green, however, has neither affirmed Are Sworn In
call at his office as soon as possi
fared rather badly and has not
Week Students or denied the rumors butIt
received a single vote "although ProductionACREAGE appears the Congressman I III Tuesday

ballots have been received from alert In the field of politics and -

ILL PROVIDE snORTCOAST ble.FIRST NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS almost every part of the county. MAY EXCEED will jump If the opportunity per PARKS WILL BE CITY

Cr TO EAST CHECKSFor IN HOMES STRESSED Our readers are allowedone THAT Of' LAST SEASON mils. PHYSICIAN FOR YEAR

more week In wbfch to register -- -
When shown the above clipping
I The last link on State Road No. Bradford County schools will their votes. The ballot Is reprInted Growers and shippers here thli Congressman Green jokingly said W. L. Wall'\ and W. M. Edwards

I. the highway that connects thee Teachers cooperate with the American Na- In this Issue of the pa- week generally expressed the opinIon that he was going to "jump In thrace councilman, and Carl Johns, clerk v

city gateway with ..Bwnnell tional Red Cross in Its Annual per and additional copies may that the strawberry outlook la for Congress. He added ser all re-elected September 3, were
tljrough.Starke,- Is to Home Inspection Campaign, Octo- be had office. better now than at time sworn In
passes NEXTWEEK by calling at our any during tously, however, that his future Tuesday night and tho
' completed without further,defy ber 28 to November 2. If you have already voted pleas the past three years: Although the .was In the hands of the people and council then proceeded to fill the

1 according to an announce- A. J. Crlffla, superintendent, has do not vote again. acreage set out thus far Is about that he was ready to serve them offices: of night marshal city attorney

it tils week by the State Road aid that the Red Cross blanks the same as last year's it Is said wherever they demanded him. and city physician for the v

artnient. GRIFFIS SAYS BORROWED will be supplied to children In all that the wet season this fall will coming year,

Bide for construction of the re- :MONEY TO BE USED schools and they will be urged to result in Increased production of J. B. Sapp was elected In executive .

nine eleven miles were opened FIRST SEMESTER fill them out with the assistance COURTHOUSEAddition fruit In the spring.No LANDIS THINKSMuchDisputed I session to succeed: W. E i'i'i '

['\the department In Tallahasseey of their parents. .. accurate record. was kept i Thornton as night marshal by a .
and T. B. GlUIesple, Inc. Teachers in the school here will The Red Cross states that more here but some grwers say It rained I vote of three to two. Mr. Thorn- ;.

Palatka, was apparently low receive their first month's salarv than one-third of all fatal acci- every day for three weeks last I ton has served the city In this capacity

Eth I bid of 289000. checks following the School Board dents and nearly half of all accidental month and it is possible that twen for the past ten years Mr. '

I About tea days will be requiredr meeting next Monday Supt. A. J. injuries are sustained In STILL TIED UP ty-three or twenty. four days Sapp has seen considerable service '

check-up and approval by the Griffis said yesterday., and about the home. Last year brought showers In one of the wet TAX LEGAL with the county as a deputy sheriff. 'Ii, .

Krai bureau of roads, It was "We will run the first four there were 34,500 lives lost in our test Septembers on record. It was decided to pay Mr. '

ted, with the prospect thatrk months on borrowed money," the homes; approximately 150,000: Although Some growers on low Thornton two week's salary as vacation I''

would| begin some twenty superintendent explained. The maimed for life; and Injuries were PROJECT BEING INVES- lands complain that the rains have SUPREME COURT RULING with pay. The change was ]'

Lys \later board has borrowed $6,000 to meet sustained by nearly 5,000,000 per TIGATED BY \VA, ruined their crops the majority Is ON CHAIN BILL effective Immediately. lit,

|TIle road will be of rock base September expenses and a total of sons. GREEN TOLD Inclined to believe that more \good DUE SOONTALLAIIASSEEThe T F. Landrum was re-elected an 'it

1th surface treatment. $25,000 will be required to run the The blank urges the children to than harm, has been the result.It city attorney and Dr W. B. Parks 'M

I stretch will connect county schools through December.W. look for the following points: Although the project forj,n ad- Is possible that the acreage much attacked was chosen to succeed Dr. E. L.. ."t!

The final and one mUG S. Cawthon, state superin- 1. Stairways and steps are kept dition to the court homes-tire has this year will surpass that of the State gross receipts and Biggs as city physician ", '

Bimnell overpass there with the com- tendent of public Instruction, expected clear, repaired, lighted; porchesand been approved by theJRTPA and past.season since there's( now occupational license tax law took It. C. Bnford was re-appointed n"11 I''

[ highway of the thorough- to make the first apportion- balconies have secure railings; I by President Roosevelt"'"the largeamount enough moisture in the ground I ) another step toward final determination as fire chief "

ed portion extends to Shell Bluff. ment of state funds for teachers' toys and utensils are properly stored to be expended off Jt has enable farmers to continue to set of Its constitutionality this R.' J. Davis was appointed as a "I

_[re which No. 28 was authorized salaries today, but the amount to ; a step ladder is available In 'caused it to be shunted to the plants through the remainder of week as Attorney General Cary D member of the city Board of Bond :'J +

r Road and baa been built be received here had not been the home. PWA where It must undergo an this month and on into November. Lnriills filed In Supreme Court an !.Trustees for the next two years. : \\I

iny years ago since, due to the learned yesterday." 2. Safety matches are used, additional Investigation, Congressfan Later on when plants become more answer to chain store operators' The following committees for ;,

I piece meal It will be the short- It was believed that the total to kept out of the reach of children: ; R. A. Green was Informed this plentiful and less expensive there charges that the law Is Invalid. the new year were appointed by : :'

ck of funds. Lake City to the all schools would be far less than bonfires are prohibited, fireplaces week. _' Will probably be Increased set Answering some sixty-five chain Chairman Wall: '

, t route from and Intersects State the $1,200,000 monthly that thd screened'utensils; filled with hot Mr. Green upon several occasions tl I"..'*' store operators,< who have questioned Electrlo light, sewer and fire ,
Coast
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t d No 13 at Starke and No. 3pilatka 1939: Legislature had in mind when liquids are kept away from small recently has wired the Allotment the law's constitutionality, protection: I

[ and No. 4 at Bunnell. Itterlally It sought to appropriate $10,500- children. Board In Washington urging HODGESTO Landis claimed the 1935 legislative O. U Beasley, Chairman, P. M. '

reduces the motor dls- 000 annually for schools. 3. The garage door or windowsare that funds be Immediately provided act Is neither confiscatory nor Barefoot, W. M. Edwards.

I i between Starke and Day- The chain store tax law, expected kept open when the motor Is to start work on this project. SPEAKAT : discriminatory as claimed by chain Street, Sidewalks and buildings: .

Beach. to produce about $4,500,000 an- running; gas appliances are keptIn This week he received the follow- stores. P, M. Barefoot, Chairman N, D. 'I

I the contract allows nually of the school fund Is held good condition, the gas shut off ing communication from Fred E. FIRST MEETINGOF He asserted that the law would Wainwright, Jr., O. L Beasley.

Although for the completion of theIt up by court attacks against its entirely is equipment Is defective Schnepfe executive secretary of WOMAN'S CLUB not force chain stores out of business Finance and taxation: "

*year It Is expected that construc- constitutionality. until repairs can be made. the Advisory Committee on Allotments NEXT WEEK as they claimed, because the W. M. Edwards, Chairman P. M. 'I
.
will be expedited and that the 4. Medicines are stored In : The Woman's Club will hold Its taxes could be absorbed by the Barefoot O. L. Beasley. tfI''

twill be finished by early spring POTATO-SYRUP clearly: labeled containers, necessary "In line with the revised procedure first meeting for the ensuing year stores. Rules, Laws and Ordinances: d',I'

idi to be used will be furnished poisons stored out of reach of recently authorised, the Pub- Wednesday October 9. at 3.30: Explain View O. L. Beasley, Chairman, P. M. .

the state and the federal CONTRACTSTO children; food should be removed lic Works Administration la now o'clock at the Woman's Club building They can absorb the taxes, Barefoot, N. D. Wainwright, Jr ":

Uy by from tin cans promptly after open- making an examination,of aH pro- .. Landis claimed, by either ,passing Sanitation; : y,
--tmraent. -
' BE SIGNED THIS ng. jects without regard to any action them on to the consumers,. or.by N. D. Wainwright Jr.. Chairman
I(In for bids, Chalrn This first meeting bids to be an
advertising WEEK, DYERANNOUNCES 5. Electric cords and appliancesare which may have been taken by any taking them out of Increased discounts 0, L. Beasley, W, M. Ed''
of the road. William C Hodges,
B. Treadway
n Interesting one: 't
This U allowed chain stores bv
condition touch- other governmental agency. wards.
In good ;
to let kept of the State Senate, and
a promise president
kept
pirtment Ing two conductors of electric cur- being done with the idea of including manufacturers If taxes are pass Board of Bond Trustees: H. L. "
, contract among the first aured All potato and syrup contracts rent (light fixture and water faucet in the program, to the extent a prospective gubernatorial candidate ed on to consumer., he contended, Brownlee, J, F. Colley, R. J. Da- .'
f 1 under the federal aid week those for next will speak at
new this by year
are to be signed will still undersell independent -
) at the same time Is avoided. that available funds permit, chain stores can
m. eligible, says L. T. Dyer, County) 6. Sharp and piercing Instru- all projects which meet the established this time" on the subject cf merchants operating vis.The following business
who It "Books. Mrsfl A. Z. Adkins, president
In Union County
Agent used requirements."The one store. the old council .r
are
ments and broken glass "
WEIRD DRAMA supervising the AAA work In this carefully or disposed of promptly. project to which you refer : of address the club, to will the give B.a H.welcoming S.- Chain store profits are greater burning: f(;

" county. Immediate attention Is given to all will no doubt receive the careful generally, and their operating expenses W. C. Manning of the ;.
IN "SHE"COMES Anyone who has produced and wounds. consideration of the Public Works teacher., who will be Informally smaller than those of Independent School Board appeared ,
the social hour.L. .
sold as much as one bushel of potatoes Administration. entertained during : stores, he claimed, because council: asking that the carried."t 1II 1\{
of the school
TO RITZ THEATRE A; Gray principal:
'
four volume of business done by
during the past years of the per month towards
t SUNDAY ANDMONDAY Bright Red TagsThe will respond And Mrs. R. J.: Davis -
and expects to sell as much aa one Licenses. chains tection: of road by :: :/
Marriage will added entertainmentto
bring
eI bushel of potatoes In 1936 should automobile licenses The law Is not discriminatory In Motion made by N. D. :
1936 Florida the social hour by singing a,
At the Ritz Theatre and make application for tax exemption Its classification of chain store Jr., that same be granted ),
Sunday IIcensoshave
red with The following marriage of .
will be vermllllon group songs.
units in the t
certificates, and the syrup groups, because more November 1. Motion
wiiay i Is featured the RKO film,, The public Is cordially: Invited to
over 200 white letters. The locking device been Issued by County Judge chain the are Its profits, and
e,"' said to be one of the most producers who produced this meeting, and each one who greater ed' by O L. Beasley 1GREEN
presslve spectacle pictures ever gallons of syrup for market last will not be used this year. Officials) S. K. Perryman: Harley Hlggeujotham can do so Is asked to bring a book and easier It Is for the chain to e : jJllI..
contract, Mr. Dyer and Beatrice" Cain, Baldwin undersell (Independents, said the
ed. It Is a story of a man year may sign of the Motor Vehicle Departmentcalled for the Public Library. SEES f:

must choose between the love bright red "the next best September 30. H. L. Goodson Hostesses for the afternoon are: answer. ,
says.Meetings held by Estimated to produce between
i mortal woman and of a have been and Brocket to the yellow tag now used, whichis and Winnie D. Webb, Clay County Mrs. A. W.- Anderson Mrs. E. L. $4,000,000 and 14,300.000 In revenue BETTER TIMES 'I'
Starke
taes! queen of fabulous beauty Mr. Dyer In 21. Biggs, Mr. J. L. Peek, Mrs. H. C. tax
offers and he he thinks practicallyevery the best we ever had. September the so-called chain store CONGRESSMAN RETURNS >
him eternal youth. says Wall, Mrs W, L. Wall, Mrs. A. Z.
'nile stupendous production Is one eligible has signed,, Adklns, Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and law provided occupational licensesranging FROM SPEAKING TOUR r .
To Be A Joke
Ceased to
Florida Cow Has from $10 for one store
he wishes to give everyone The IN WEST
yed by a cast of 5,000 In- however, Mrs. O. C. Register. ,
i Helen Gahagan as"She," an opportunity.For As Beef Prices Climb To New Levels ... as high as sixteen$400 for chains with store as. re.I
of those many ae or more Congressman Lax Green
Iph Scott, Helen Mack, and the Information
Bruce. who have not signed, Mr. Dyer +y SOME OCALANS The gross receipts tax ranged from turned Saturday from a speaking 4;t''
BV H E. LAGERGREN one-half of one per cent for one tour in the state of Oklahoma in :
Tuesday and Wednesday will says that the potato applicantsmust time since the profiteering the cattle began to gain flesh. Atm&ht IGNORANTABOUT chains i'f'
of their For the first store to five per cent for the interest of the" Democratic '. ,
"Thunder In the East," baaed furnish evidence after the World War they were penned on new .
stores.Answers
their cycle with sixteen or more Party. He Is very optimistic
i
on
popular pre-war French nov-i sales of potatoes produced 1933 the Florida cow has ceased to be i ground, until It was heavily ma CROSS-STATE Lane Bull to business and economic outlook ;f'!
I
'T" Claude Farrere the film tells farm during the years 1932, Joke. The failure of the beef crop nured and fit to produce the deli CANAL, PATTEE While the attorney general'spleadings 'throughout the country. He saldi &
tory of JapaneseNaval 1934 and 1935V and that the syrup cious poplar root and SAYS U
a )
with yellow yams
I evidencefor In the West, In conjunction ) were filed In answer to "Business Is on the upward
der who sacrifices histhul applicants must furnish native beef to be had "nigger-killer.," varieties of sweet attackIng "
the improved all chain store operators trend In each state which I visited.
F. J. Patted returned to Starko
l wife for the year-1934 only. longer seen Cows
the glory of his have heaped blessingson potatoes no of the 1'
these days, the constitutionality This Is particularly the case In the st II
should secure Wednesday after spending a few
try. Starring In this film are Those eligible to sign woods; for gentle enough to give down their answered
of the
I and the cow pine the law, they specially state of Oklahoma Farmers were i
evidence days near Ocala looking over
Tund8yysand Merle Oberon.' the necessary at Mr.Dyer's here we can still get beef at reasonable milk after 'trace chains had been cross-state canal work. Mr. Pat charges made by the Lane Drug I selling their wheat for 91.18 per 'so.
information and sign up their backs, and the ,
Friday of next beef at hung across ,
and good of Jacksonville In man-
prices, I Company bushel as against 37 cents a bushel 1-1<
as heard
Butler tee that he had so
brings to the Rita screene" office In Lake calves had given the fluid a good says many I seeking to require f
damous proceedings when President Roosevelt was
stories about the pro-j
based on the Gene Strat- soon as possible. that.Years ago our cows were start. were milked d sometimes ject conflicting that he was Interested In see R, H. Carswell, Duval County Inaugurated. Pork and beef, and q
Porter :
rich
of milk at
world famous noveL and deri gave a quart very Issue
tax tcollactor to, occupational
treated with contempt Ing the work with his own eyer.Even In fact, all farm commodities, have '
tory tells how an Indiana Williams J. Reynolds.. sion. It was said that It requiredfour a time. some people In 'Ocala are licenses under the 1933 law. experienced a healthful Increase In -!. '
76. one Three additional sales
J. Reynolds, cows to produce price. ,
William Ignorant about the canal Mr. Pat-
'II Englihman'edaughter, County; and In of the wild lands, has allowed of the law are ;;
resident of Bradford They were always lean I'aln'' tee said. When he first arrived constitutionality "The oil Industry more stable.
elll, and how through MtPP08itlon died recently at the home of his :I II winter mere skeletons. Non-own- many herbs and grasses to i there he was told that the work pending In the Supreme Court. The farmers are having restored ",

W he won her for his daughter Mrs A. E. Thompso.a'i ers of stock glared at them for a foothold In the original pasture that was being carried on ten miles below They Include Injunction proceedings to them greater purchasing power t
the : together
k the I of Klsslmmee, after having to fence them out and for thus Improving tick range,eradication Ocala, but he found out thai prohibiting Comptroller J. M and are rapidly taking. up surplus ,
the
title role Is'John" Beat, services I supposed with Lee from collecting taxes providedby "
the
Ie :week's Illness. Funeral being the cause of marked increase In the actual digging was being done factory production. .
him plays 'Gloria Stuart, Grove Church burnings, and they has caused a law. "President Roosevelt will I..'
I. :were held at the Pine Injurious wood little more than three miles below carry ,
here. The
.J I supporting cast of Glorfeto Madison and Interment was In were roundly cussed- by all for the number of cattle that town. Approximately sixty-five operators the state of Oklahoma, and will ; J

--. Charlotte Henry and Clr- :near the cemetery there. having such tough and flavorless heavy rains during made the put the two Mr. Pattee took !several photographs of chain stores have joined In receive a substantial majority of '.c ,

idler, as "Little Slater." Mr. Rynolds had been a resident meat. Market men, by severely years have not only waterIng grss- of the project and has one court attacks on the law either a4 the electoral votes In the nest dee

III- of Dover for a number' cf: I. freezing the latter, somewhat Ing good, but by scattering, have allowed -- of the first load of dirt to be removed direct parties to suits or-as Inter- tion. In my opinion there le no> ,.
'Y three rubber-like toughness places everywhere venors. serious doubt ae to his re-elec .
PROWLER years. H* le survived by ameliorated Its utilise the entire from the canal route, with
Rosier of Ice In an' Iowa the herdsto I Additional papers probably will tion." .f;:!
daughters,. Mrs. Shelly ; but all the the the exception of course of the ;
ENTERS I Armstrong heart could not range Instead of only portions President be filed In the cases by chain ',
HOME Lawtey Mra. Lawrence *- mortgage holder's In dirt blown out when ,
the lakes. consequence Court
1.nALS of Dover and Mrs J. S. improve the flavor. near look better than at I Roosevelt set off a dynamite blast stores before the Supreme Not Affected 'yr:
: PISTOL One son could continue to the cattle now takes them under final consideration. -
AND of Klsslmmee How the breed .
Thompson former time, and their flesh I
HANDKERCHIEFS J. H. Reynolds, of Dover also sur exist was a puzzle, for, apparently any Employees of the post office s
: SUNDAY vives. more cows died in winter from ex-', Is good enough.to raise cattle on a : Popular In WashingtonMention here will not be affected by the l

L lInknolll'D posure and Indlgestable food than The ability without hardly any of Charles F. Pace for- Two Miles More forty-hour week. recently put Into ;;

hue of D. prowler entered Beats Mrs. Dionne ,were born. Spanish moss, palmetto free range Is an, advantage that Is en- I mer resident of Starke and owner Less than, two'mile.. remained effect, It was said yesterday. The ;..v
P
coat
Street Carpenter on "Don't make : leaves, brier bushes and rottea the Florida farmer alone. of several business buildings hero, today before the rock foundation order applies only to heat and second ;
3
last
Sunday rtAIFORD, Oct. winter joyed by
might this
away WIth a Smith of yourself be seen And .
hog could
items a cows Hill" This of the "
Often was
3 the title of this story pasture. from him. To compel him to buy popular men on Capitol completed. phase proJect
b t of r pistol And one applied as Raiford farmer, by the skeletons of dear departed rent pasture then fence ,it, made recently by the Washington will be over within two 'weeks Births 't
men's a
hUdkercblefs. related today by chewing bones in a mourn or of the Florida at the outside, It was said The
sisters, cattle Industry correspondent II"
that a the
ce kill
Cutting o the home wu I'aln- L. L. Dyal.,. Dyal declares birth ful manner-probably for the sake would and be to that we cannot afford Times-Union. Mr. Pace, financial,L. M. Gray Construction Company, Mr. and 'Mrs.: John Crews Liw.fey ,.:

the screen at a real'IOlIIetlme brood sow on his farm gave All of the lime the bones containeda here; contrary. It should be en- officer for the Senate, Is looking contractors for the work were this girt September 1.. .:R

of 1 between >thee this week to seventeen developed.pigs. sight not calculated to glorify To the The free range can sup- forward to movement of the disbursing week awarded a contract for repairing Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman,
o'clock well coursged. '
and S o'clock. normal size and mother the humanity of the animals' own times as many cattleas office to rooms In the Cap, a portion of Road 28 East Lawtey boy September 26 r

11 kf bad showed evidence that the chief concern of the additional ers. But as soon a* the nutritious port several now found upon It, and It itol, which change will soon takepine. 'of Lake City. The.,,bid was $16- Mr. and] Mrs. M.. L. ,Thompson
Ltthat
!searched several and owner now become wtregrass started from the ashesof are made use of. .. .. .34388., Lawtey boy, September 24, t,
Probably might should be
looking for mon- nursing facilities the woods fires In the spring
: food.
necessary to supply ample

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PINE LEVEL I Jlr. t.. C. gitiUh. rorrf.pumUnt The Townsend Club will hold its about regardless of age 1'hle s'
CorrewpondenBrookrr I\IJ'fI. II. HI- Mcltae, Correspondent Miss M. E. Crews Correspondent O. i. Phillip. Corroipood = regular meeting at the Court very soon drive poverty out 1
Minn Vera Oalney Collecting Licenses. Mrs. J. D. Byrd i of Tampa House, Starke Florida, Monday country.and bring a cont CM
Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mra. Moore Dire spent Saturday night"with Mrs. piness that
Clerk O. J. Phillips Is this night October 7, at 8 o'clock. Ev- has been v.
v". Mtcanopy J. E. Starling enjoyed the Mrs. Katie Moore of Lawtey City Etta Reynolds.Mr. throughout
Mrs.
week ,occupational licenses ery member of this community la our country ,
The baseball teams of Brookerand Galnea birthday dinner at their borne Sunday died here at the home of her sister collecting which became due Oct. 1. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln and: ccrdlally invited to attend and ev- years. We can bring thlnLj

Mlcanopy met In afternoon.the A In honor of Mr. Starlings flf, Mrs. J. T. Eldrldge Wednesday and .are now due and payable at I Mrs: F. T. Abernathy spent Sunday ery white person of adult age Is condition to pass when w,71
vllle ball park Sunday ':hose present were after an illness of several with Mrs. the votes
tleth birthday.
In Jacksonville become member of
with good the clerk's office. The City Coun- eligible to a necessary t( obtain
was played Mrs. Moore leaves to t
good game and Mrs. Z. Z. Grtffls of Boat- months. earnest
and fine Mr. cil will meet next Monday eveningto Pearl. Reynolds. this club.' You won't all be able consideration of our
fair I
play la
teamwork her her husband
loss
sportsmanship as o u t a tending drain section, Mrs. B. J. and Starlingand Mr. Frank mourn Moore her sister Mrs. El- consider the budget for the next I Mrs. Mary Gay and son of to draw the pension but you can makers In the hulls of Conga;
of Starke If
children I dinner guests help some other needy to you are in any doubt
were person
characteristics of both teams. :At .. year. Sampson City about I
of RUIng drldge three brothers of Lawtey,
of close Brooker and Mrs: Russell Thomas i of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney. get it and these elderly people are matter ask the Lord to guide
the close a game wish Mr. Starl- and numerous other relatives. Interment -
We In
section. the distributors of the your duty to relieve aufrJ
a of 2 to 0. Farmers Busy Sunday. merely the !
was defeated by a score took place at Dyal Cemetery -
The Brooker line-up was aa follows Ing many more happy birthdays.Mrs. Local farmers are busily engaged Mrs. Lizzie Dryden and daugh- money that they receive. They will Ing and soul agony of those 1\f
.' : J. W. McRae and little eons. Thursday. this week setting strawberry ter Mrs. Leila Dafuse of Starke use for themselves only the amount are In dire need of tho ordliu
Catcher-"Buddy" Russ Edwin and Arley Wayne of Lakeland A. A. Crews left Wednesday for plants and planting beans for the were week-end guests of Mrs.' Ra- necessary to provide for their own necessities of life.

Pitcher-Harmon Morgan are spending a few weeks LaBelle where he has accepted a fall market. With the decreasing chel Starling and Mrs. Marthi personal needs and the rest is to H. H. Young, Preside
f First Base-Artford Brown here with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- position with the State. rains much activity Is seen here Broughton.Mrs. --.-- (

Second Base-Resale Colaen Rae. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly'Carson M. with the-farmers who have been W. T. McEver Is visitingher eons: Harold and Doyle of Jacksonville The cocoon silk of
of Stark. Grlffls, Brown and Hugh Austin, 'with the recent spiders
Wilson Lewis Mrs. V. L. Starling seriously damaged
Third Base- sister Miss Leitha Laughridgeat were visiting Mr. and used to make gloves and
attended Black Creek Union meet- atocki
Leftflcld-Howard Mott was visiting Mrs. H. M. McRar rains. Dalton'Ga., for several days. Mrs. Zenas Grlffla last Tuesday. as early as 1709 In France.
Seil
latter _
held
ing at Mlddleburg partof I
.
Centerfleld-J. B. RUBS Tuesday.Mrs. Harold Bishop and Billie Jackson Wallace Wilkes of Gum Branch thousand spiders were
Rlghtfleld-"Shine" MottA Willis Dyal spent part of last week. Mr, and :Mrs L. L. Sapp, former of Starke, were visiting L was, visiting Mr.,, and Mrs. Arch weave a pound of the silk required,
large crowd from here attended last week at Sampson City with Mrs.;A. A. Crews ann baby went residents of.this place but now of C, Smith. Sunday.J. Prevatt last Wednesday afternoon. experiment proved disappoint and t
the Mr. and Mrs. J. to Ralford Thursday for a visit Miami are visiting relatives and
her parents Griffls attended
game. : '' Mr. and Mrs. Zenas -
1 Brown. .. J'I with relatives. friends here this week. H.' Surrency'was a business' dinner
the birthday givenat
Miss Louise Webb of Jacksonville the Mrs. Max Carter and Miss Jewel Mr. and M !sfF.: R. Carradlne visitor to Starke Saturday.
Miss Mildred Brown spent the home of :Mr and Mrs J. S.
herewith I Carter were visitors to Starke Sun- Mrs. J. W. Reynolds and eons, Getting_ Up Nigh
spent last week-end week-end here with Misses Eula were visiting In Jacksonville Starling In the Pine Level section
W Saturday.Mrs. Junior and M.1, T., returned from I
Mr. and Mrs. -
her parents day. : I
,Mae and Etta Fay Dyal. Sunday. It was given in honor of It PM saKer from O.ttine' qa
H. C. Wimberly was a visitor Horseshoe, N. C., Saturday after 1 L. III
D. Webb. D. L. and O J. Phillips wero fiftieth P5i.
of people ol J. S. Starling it being his PWTM H jiM
i A number young Dt osu. alaee.ab.a
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and I this section enjoyed a peanut boiling to Jacksonville Saturday. business visitors to Waldo, Mon- spending several weeks with her birthday. I >ouirttai n Btav iSmo*.'..
Mrs. N. T. Green and children of mother. KtdMj
services day. emotional or BUMdr b .
children attended church at the home of Miss Debris Arnold Roy and( Pete Grlffla M I I try tbo D.et.r'.ryar.a.q .J
at Lake Butler Sunday night.A Vanderbilt section Starke visited relatives here Sunday Miss Abbie Harley who is em- Cease (rifleYea b .i KT5::
In Plant and
Bloodsworth were visiting in City ta 4t hor ooiiSlIJ
and
few from here attended the Friday night. she was accompanied home by ployed InStarke spent the week- VANDERBILT Tampa last week I I *2S '4r7.+ bo utUfy k. 6aantn < t.o'::" I
her mother Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly, end at the home of her parents, doM at ArocPULL &
Fifth Farms Sunday Sunday meeting at Penney H. M. and A. R. McRae attended for a few days vlait. M/. and.Mrs. ,A. .H. Harley.B (Alias Debris Bloodsworth Cor. ........
the Union meeting in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Reid and
Charlie Varnes and sister Doris,, ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Strayhornand :,J. Roberts Is visiting relative
Saturday.Mrs. children of Maxvllle were visitors
children of Wildwood spent In Jacksonville this week. of Lake Butler spent the week-
Sunday here as guests of her parents W. L. Johnson and Mrs here Friday. Mr and Mrs. M. B. Plummer end with Miss Debris Bloodsworth -
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. Monroe Addison of New Rlve-r.1 I Miss Myrtle Grlffls Miss Vir- were business visitors to Starko,; and Francis ElooJ worth.
y
Mrs. J. K Grlffls J. W. Griffis, J. F.
b Mr. and Mrs. Howard Summersof spent Tuesday with gie Monday.At Mrs: W. O. Sllcox of Starke
High Springs spent Sunday Starling. Grlffls and little Edwin Griffis a business meeting of the spent last week with her daughter

here as guests of her mother Mrs Miss Vernle Phillips of Sampson were business visitors to Starke Baptist Church here last week the Mrs. Russell Norman.Mr. .

W. A. Brown. City visited friends here Saturday Monday. following officers were elected for and Mrs. George Thomas of
4 Mrs. Sanford Rltch of Ralford, I Will Austin of Lawtey was the next year: Pastor Rev. Kut- Gainesville spent the day Sunday

., is spending this week here with Remember the services at Pine transacting business here Monday. shaw; clerk. O. J. Phillips; Sunday with her sister Mrs. J. C. Alvarez.Mr. .
her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. I Level next Saturday Saturday I Visitors from Jacksonville here School Supt.. H. B. Arwood; Sun- and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and
Brown night and Sunday. everyone wel- Monday Included W. J. Bailey C. day School Secretary J. L. Har- son, Harry spent Thursday in
Miss Cordelia Brown spent last come.J. C. Cannon Bill Reid J. R. Rosa rell, Jr.; Sunday School Treasurer Brooker visiting .Mr. Edward's parents t .i ; <

Y week In Alachua with Miss Mary W. McRae of Ocala spent Sat- and Joe Case. C. R. Whitehead.The J+r A' A '
r Lois Douglas. urday night here with his family. Mrs. R. D. Prescott of Baker Rev. James Lyle who has Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman! and

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal were County spent Sunday here with served the Baptist Church here as daughters Mattie and CarraBella, N

children and R. A. Colaen spent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H her son E. Prescott. and family.. pastor for the past year left Tuesday and Mrs. Elizabeth Bloodsworth

S Sunday In Ocala. A. Prescott at Starke Monday. for Morristown, Tenn., where and! daughter. Debris and Evelyn
Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent last BETHELMrs. he has accepted the pastorate of attended church at Long Bridge

week-end In Starke and Jacksonville GUM BRAN I Ralph Gainey CorrespondentMrs. the Baptist Church.C. Sunday night. *

with friends and relatives. 'IIR" Elizabeth Hiirnugo Cor. R. Whitehead was a business Leo Edwards was visiting here ( Tr
Lizzie Lee and children
L. A. Mott and Q. B. Colsen mo- visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Sunday. vI. %
Miss Irene Lewis of Rising section were visiting Albert Griffin and Beulah Edwards of StarkeIs
tored to Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Miss Debbie Miss
Miss Madeline Hazen a member spent Sunday night with Miss Harvey Galney Sunday. ) Phillips were shopping In Jacksonville spending the week with her
;$ of the Starke school faculty spent Hazel Sapp. I Miss Edna Gllsson was visitingMrs. Saturday., niece, Mrs. Russell Norman.
the week-end at her home here. :Mr. and Mrs. Felix Snpp were in Ralph Galney Sunday after- Mesdames Marklee Luclan and
;i"' Everetto McKinney spent lust! J Jacksonville Saturday. noon. EVERGREEN Woodrow Alvarez were visiting in S
; week-end In Raiford as guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Miss Eliza Harrell of Lake City Lake Butler and the State Farm
Mm. T. A. Ho.lrr CorrrnBondCB
of the State Farm were has returned to her home after
; his father A. E. McKinney. children Saturday night.
f E. A. Oalney and L. B. Crosby visiting relatives In this section spending a while with her sister Miss Paullne-R aler attendedthe .-
"; Mrs. Ralph Gainey. Union meeting held at Middle-
,, were In South Florida last week. Sunday. I BOATDRAIN
Mrs. Laura Flnnily has returnedto Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .
; We are very sorry to report Miss Doris Kersey of DeLeon burg
;':' that R. R. Klnard, principal of the Springs Is spending a while with her home here after. visiting and.Mrs.. Willie Reddish and Mrs.. Z. Z. Grlffls, Correspondent
Brooker school was called to her aunt,' Mrs. H. Keene. relatives in Plant City. children spent Sunday here with C. A. was: visiting rela-

'ya, Ocala last Friday because of illness Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent Tues- Sam Woodard and family of Mrs. J. S. Rosier. tives In Jacksonville last week. H s
t. of his father. day night at Starke with her sister Plant City were visiting his I Mr. and Mrs. Tim Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and p
Mrs. Orls Denmark. brother, D. D. Woodard last week. of Lawtey were visiting Mrs. H.
,
but at 1935 figure into that 18a
SIS PULL you'll
AI never get
!
Lawrence Ingrham of Jacksonville Mia Agnes Johns was visiting F. Redding Friday afternoon.
J was visiting Mr. and Mrs. 3.. Miss Mary Rivers Saturday and I, Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins JAPANESE corset I No, and those hand-eewn seama won't give either far they

Find N. Norman Sunday. Sunday.Mrs. and children spent Sunday after- OIL were sewed with J. tk P.Coats best 6-cord. Like the hand-whittkd
Miss Eula Mae Dyal of Pine Donle Pringle and baby of noon with Mr. and Mrs. Russell a.eo Tlau.Tke .B.A.
Level section was the guest of Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Emma Redding..Mr. AottMB.** Stele MealclaeDMorao front stay,the drop shoulder straps that clamped one's arm to one'isides

Miss Ella Mae Sapp Friday after- Rivers Sunday. and Mra. W. H. Morgan and *from....., Hk T.otMe .. and the wasp-like waistline they were put in to take punishment D''
lOut a4 Remember services at Bethel children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. t,t. MIL ITWOKKI At Alt DngghN that
made
AkwtTM as well aa to give it. And eight decades haven't
fir "TM Tear !
WriM o
rff noon.Mrs.. Geneva Johnson, of Waldo,, Sunday morning and Sunday night I E. W. Wilkinson at Pine Grove Nalr..f.n: ** O*. Nev twS h'f
P. Coats thread weaken! '
&
everybody welcome. I Sunday. J.
j who bas been visiting her sister-

ill-law Mrs. A. D. Norman returned .
t: From Your Doctor home Saturday.
t. I
.1' Mrs R. C. Groover of Miami,
,:t if the "Pain" Remedy who has been visiting J. A. Har- .'
"
.;;\ You Take Is Safe. ange and family returned to her Dc
t home Thursday. >; drc.z
Misses Vesta McRae and Etta
of Miss Helen :
Fay Dyal were guests
;;': Don't Entrust Your Norman Friday afternoon. leaves of Turkish tobacco a'It'

Own or Your Family'sWell Arson THUS of Plant City is are strung one by one "'
while with his grand-
spending a y'
Being to Unknown parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N., Nor- like beads (see how it is done :r=

man in the picture). AJler the

Preparations People in this section are busy ..., ':'';"' leaves are strung they are

OEFOHE you take any ropara- hoeing strawberry plants. < packed in bales(seepicture) w 3 ,v ft
*-* linn don't all I I
you know I about, HAIJIPTON11I1. .' ,
'' for the relief of headaches: or the ,.. ''"..1,,,' sometimes as many as + ;x

> i pains neuralgia,of rheumatism Ask your doctor neuritis what he or .. Ada NI_... Correspondent Iris r .' 80,000 leaves to the bale

thinks about it in comparison Miss Jessie Mae Brannen left ', 'tl'" ,
p with Genuine Bayer Aspirin.We Monday for Clearwater where she ,

nay this because before the will attend the Girls' Educational .
'
ri. discovery! of Bayer Aspirin moat Camp.
go-colled "pain". remedies were advised I The revival services at the
against by physicians ai being
Church progressing
are
Methodist
bad lor the stomach: or, often for fir.
the heart. And the discovery of nicely, under the able managementof
,tat Buyer! Aspirin largely changed the Rev. E. C. Cooke and the ( k;
medical practice.4ountlcss Rev. W. B. Hicks of Waldo. ; ,

: thousands of people Mrs. Josephine Sullivan had as
.. .ho have taken Hayer Aspirin year guests last Friday her daughter t. c Din
If; in and out without: ill effect. nave Mrs. J. P. Summers and nephew, a ._?wan,a. ,..w.,, '-,,"' .. 1v ter,''', \' rev
i(1( proved thai the medical findings Carlos Summers both of Lulu
'f S about lU safely were correct. The Rev; N. T. King of Tampa, Wt ''r'' lees
have hand
/1t; Remember !this: Genuine Bayer was a business visitor here this on at all times
'-.I' Aspirin is .ruled l among Iul_ week.
,
.'. "' Ihlid. discovered for the relief yr

i t,!'' of .headaches ant I stile for and the all average common person pain B. Y. P. U. OrganizedA for CHESTERFIELD cigarettes k uk[
to Ink regularly. Senior B. Y. P. U. was organized -
r
j' at the Baptist Church last
:[ You can gel real Bayer Aspirin at Thursday evening, and the following .
'r 'tig drug Ilure simply by never upwards of 350,000 .bales p
asking. for it by the name "Mplrin" officers were elected: !!i'r den
:tai I alum but always saying BAYER President-Miss Geraldine John- P1Jf' ,
'1' ASL THIN when you buy. ion. r ynl
'; Vlce-Presldent-Alta Rhamta. / of Turkish tobacco i

d Bayer Aspirin Secretary-Miss Zella Collins. ,
Miss Hinson.
Assistant- ;( *
",.......... Treasurer-Willie Mae Hlnson. f> /
?, 1..4 ... .. Bible Readings Leader-Earnest n. '1/':; The pleasing aroma and flavor of Turkish

,.J",: Morgan. ; : tobacco is almost necessary if you want

s 1 .* a good cigarette. bn
} Calotabs Help Nature .
How
I t Turkish tobacco is more costly'when -

Off Bad Cold II, take into that have
To Throw a you account you to vr j- '

.,,(, Million have. found 'In Calotaba a I IMM 1 Second.,Calotabs are the diuretic elimination to the I f: pay 35c a pound duty, but we have to for mildness
kidneys promoting ?
,t valuable aid in the or treatmentof two tab of cold potions. from the system. Thus have it to blend with mild ripe home- .
4' colds. They take one and repeat the Calotaba serve the double purpose of our for better taste y&&
,\ lets the first night and .
e U needed. a purgative thectreatment tobaccos.
;; third How or do fifth Calotaba DIeM help Nature which are needed In grown

,"{,. threw one of off the a moot cold thorough First. Calotaba: and dependable U of Calotaba colds. are cents quite for economical the famllpackaCe. : It helps make Chesterfields milder, it ,

'J I, thus cleansing of aU the Intestinal intestinal ruminants tract of, only twenty-five, :ten AdvJ cents for the trial helps give them better taste. Just try them. a insa T

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ONE.. . STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCTOIJKU: .t. 1933: NUMBER FOUR
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GRADE NEWSFIRST Ralph Rhodes, Ax
EDITORIALS SCHOOL DAYS Student Leaders
By DWIGSimeon 8th Science

.. on_ ._ GRADE Are Announced Doris Crews, Ax

o Best Interest ol We have started on our farm --- Ralph Rhodes, Ax

toted to she project for our sand table. Yesterday The honor roll lists have not Emmett Perryman, Ax

B.\DFORD HIGH SCHOOL, a group of boys built the barn. Ti4EatI'll Rinses T(c.. been completed'; however we are 8th history
It has a pretty red roof and we'regoing I Billy Jackson, Ax
CM students who made the
and Alwl1nll8 / "AOe' SO'S .. Patrons to paint it white. Another I W. S. Rivers, Ax

.Ientll group of boys are building 'the see Te, eM! GO vASL I IYERTnWt1 highest grade on some of the L. C. Smith, Ax j

-- STAFF fence. The girls brought cloth 1 tom, .air 'OJ A 0.6 monthly tests and who are the Biology

t: ITORI.\L needles and thread to sew duringour A WCKI DoY.Zp most outstanding In dally work. Dorothy Rlgdon Ax

lor.In.Chlef----- A. W. Ander-.Jr.ety free activity period. So from te.\.eo' TD' TAM. English", IV Frances Peek, Ax
eon Ax
now on we're going to be very "1 NtOue Johnnie Ree Cone Ax Patsy Edmonditon R
jMUor.____Dorothy WherarY busy. I .. N .. 't .t Ida English HI Arle Tlllman Ax

L. Editor. Marjorie Marwlck Teacher-Mrs. Klncaid. .. PAD-Oe. P' Grace Arwood AxBitKlUh Elaine Wynn, Ax

,I EdUor.-______Hu h Walters I iii Sp a lE. ,fiii !. t tr II Forest Crosby Ax

W tonal editor _-Alice Royester FIRST C Frances Lee Peek Ax Carol White Ax

___-Marie Thede r i IV Roswell Noegel Ax
eawre Editor We are having a contest to r see 0 HlHtory 8th l'alhf'In8U1ITommy
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(mentary which row can be the quietest and ,6g Ethel Tnylor,
Eunice Williams Ritch, Ax
work the hardest We have an HI

auto race from the noisy school to Marjorie Marwlck Ax Norman Royster, .Ax
-i iI ir I Juanita Barefoot, Ax
tho quiet school. The row that ; Typing
A GARDENHOW Doris Crews Ax
TBE ftERT AS gets Its car to the quiet school Dfntrlce Moseley, Ax
Hazcn, Ax
Caudle
of rte first wins the contests for 1 the Hilda Wyrick, AxTyping
mAny have ever week. : II Algebra| t

compare our heart with Margaret Hair Ax Clara Flume Ax
to
ought Teacher-Miss Ruby Lllley.
? If we would take this History I .\. Lena Lavender Ax ,

garden and every good deed w SECOND GRADE NEWS Willis Smith Ax Uaryeo Phillips, Ax
a game Silcox, Ax <
Doris
kind loving Axlllstory I
Geraldine Johnson,
dorm or every We have a funny poster in our
DrIskell, AxDoris "
the low- I II Emogene :
ought we think deedlor room showing us how some of us Mae Strickland, AxAudry '

Every selfish thought look when we slump down In our Margaret Hair Ax Bell Phillips, Ax ', ,t,
call it a weed. When we desk and do not sit Jack Hoke Ax
have up correctly W'
occasion for pullout II Dorothy Sapp Ax ; .
fit or have an We all have improved much history \ M,.
very
< the weed thoughts and already. i.sg' i. Dorothy, Rtgdon, Ax Sidney Griffin, Ax t
II 1th MnlhfiimtlcitEdward ,
away, do sol! Then Latin 9Arlio !
[row the them good thoughts so quick After reading about Jack Rabbit' 2 Sponholtc, Ax Barnes, Ax .

at and his adventures, we have enjoyed GrIffis Ax
won't be any room ford L. O. Jones, AxLHtln 1
at there of him and Lorraine Stockwell Ax
If we would e all coloring pictures I Mary 't

!foil thoughts.think we will be bubbling writing, stories about him. a.J1r I rI0 Dorothy Rlgdon Ax Elaine Marwlck, Ax \.I"Bmy
a- Ax
| happiness and success. We have organized a "Junior 8th Griuta LttUn Frances Overstreet "
the
with ,
er ;
.+-- Arts Club." The dues are a penny: Tommy Retch, Ax 7th (IvoirraphyMary Smith\ Ax t"I 1

a week. We are going to start to Emmett Perryman, Ax I Lorraine .4bQr

1(110SARIES PRESE..TED.j work on our October art material' -- i

There! were real soon. The club is being organized + l

oUfglate In lots of other places,

(different departments this past i iII. and we all will be doing the same SCHOOL HEWS ,
that re- 1 UWTEY
The departments kind of work. We are very anxIous f
the Englian,
ved them were to begin work and be a full

inumercial, library history, spoL *- fledged member. ,
and the office. ....

fun English lure, that science the teachers and Teacher-Miss Kitty Hogsed. ae H WtIARt IL jE1 J tt n ? LA\VTKV JUNIOR HIGH ser, Mildred Chesner, Vergle Gaaklnn '

dents appreciate these new FIFTH GRADE NEWS SCHOOL NItWSI'U'EU NTAFIEditorinChief "Jarl Cheaser, leva Htllard,
This should call for bet- -- Lucille Johns Ruth Murrhee and
okL We have been studying about
( spelling and English lessons. Columbus this week In history. We LORENE GREEN! Lorrna Rosier +t
should be used to our Phillips Elementary Chapel Home Science -
M books are bringing pictures of him and I Literary Editor visitor to J

t advantage. his travels to class.. Elected To Head Class Objects MARTHA WELLS Lillian Frlgo was week-end.a

Elementary Chapel was held Clara Mae Harley, Elizabeth Jacksonville over the
This is test week and we are
Student Government lost the third period. Are Explained .--
BOOK DAY OBSERVED trying.hard to get on the Honor Thursday Plummer Assistants

I Tin! English classes; bad "Book Roll. Miss Jacobs had charge of the assembly Society Bdltor! JOKES ;

ff last Thursday. On this day Miss Eunice made a Health The Student Co-operative Government and presented a very Interesting The main objective of our home MARY EDWARDS -
elected officers last Friday science clans is to learn how to develop J
discussed inter- program.Mrs. Prevail Assistant
N itudents many Chart and when we get five good Evelyn Mr. Maxwell "I know my
said that morning in chapel. Acording Wall directed the opening a strong physical body anda
Uig books Mrs. Long marks for cleanliness we get a I' Joke Editor daughter's' going to be the most
to the constitution of the Student Home" and The home science
pupils seemed to enjoy "Book gold star. songs "Home Sweet strong character. CARL EDWARDSKarl economical girl In the world when

ijr" more than they had In the Reporter-Ida Lulu Davis. Co-operative Government the president "Old Black Joe." Everyone seems I class Is doing much to carry Shuford, J. C. Pringle, she and marries," t

it; she complimented her clan was elected from the senior to enjoy singing since we have the these two objectives out and Is tryIng Assistants Mrs grows Hill up-"How do you figure 1 7

I oft the good reports and the FOURTH GRADE class; the vice-president from the new song books. to set an example for the rest Sports Editor that out." ,'

i Interest manifested In read- Mrs. Hart's Room junior class; the secretary from Miss Jacobs led In the Lord's of the school. LESLIE PREVATT Mr. Maxwell-"Well you see she f1,
enumerat- the sophomore class; the treasurer and Salute. Mrs. The first thing is to develop a Elementary Reporter
Flag
,. The senior class We had our test last week and The officers Prayer was born In 1929 at the start of Iheilepreanlon
from the freshman class.
1 the many classics which 'are have received our report cards al Walnwrlght and Miss Jacobs entertained strong physical body because we PATSY ROBERTSEDITORIAL and never saw a dollar ''J,

r shown' In motion pictures. ready. are: the assembly with know to get the most out of Ufa' since"Mrs.

of the books reported one We have our sand table fixed to President ______..Simeon Phillips (beautiful duet. "Juanlta" accompanied we must have good health. To In her life -

"Seventeen"; Booth Tarkhijr- show methods .of travel-trucks, Vlce-PresldentEthel Pack ham at the plnnov"by Mrs. Kit I have good health we must have Rdwards-"Why l III theN.vy '

n; "The Years Are So Long; aeroplanes and boats. Secretary._____Frances Lee Peek good health habits. important branch of our ,

kwcnce; "Magnificent ObsesI cars We had two pupils added to our Treasurer__...______ Clara Flume caid.Rev.. B. M. Montgomery gave avery The first step la to create an The spirit of cooperation which national. an! defense T" ;
These officers were unanimously interest In forming good health Is being shown among the sludents
"The
n"; Douglas, and Light roll last week Cleo Shaw and Inspiring talk on "Enemies. of the 'Wo-
t Failed"; Kipling. Clyde; Hubbard. Our total enrollment elected by the student body.; He told us that the little things I In habits. We have a health habit this year In regard to keeping th4 Leon 8.-"Oecau.s" F

Each officer has an average of life affect the important or big chart for this purpose on which we grounds and building attractive, I la man rule'. '

JOKES is class now fortyfive.Our drew Imaginary flowers "B" or "A", (this is required of things In life. !score! ourselves once a week. 1 In greatly appreciated by the faculty Mrs. EilwnrdM-"I do not understand -

last week. all who hold office in this organization We are always glad to have Mr. keeping this chart we try e to .

I Dot White-The great men are Fay Yarbrough, Reporter. ). We are proud of these officers Montgomery talk to us, and hopeto achieve one hundred percent we Lento 8.-."Well, don't the sailors "i
and feel sure that the students achieve a higher score each week If the terrible ?" P'
II dead. Isn't it a pity? have him attend our assembly Chewing gum have a sweetheart In every port

I John Godwin-(looking Intently SIXTH GRADE will give them one hundred again soon.High we achieve one hundred percent wo school pest-has made Itself con -

f her)-But the beautiful women Miss: Edna Strickland Teacher per cent cooperation. throughoutthe --...... are perfect and If we keep this up splcuoua by Its absence this year THE ANOEL'S' QUEHT' '"

nOt table out 1 In year. we will soon have healthy strong -
We found a stray School Chapel
bodies which enables us to get the
Dot White-Of course not. I alai the hall and two of our boya Pauline Bennet Is our newly It seemed I saw an angel walking.

except present company.John brought It to our room and wow Society Held Last Friday; most out of life. must have Is a elected student coach. Let's give And It seemed to me he was talk-
Another thing we
Godwin,-So do I. are using it for a reading table. Gasaett;; several her our hearty cooperation. Ing.Talking. 1
Miss Jewell spent strong character since character
school assembly of home above.
a
brought magazines The weekly high
Many have days of the past week In Ozark reveals. what we are. To have love.I .
Dentist- Now open your mouth and other useful material. was held Friday the third period Uncle Ed has been blessed witha Blessed peace of joy and ;
her grandfather
visiting character must develop
Alabama we
lie. Im not going to hurt you Sunny Haynes brought nineteen with the eleventh grade in charge. strong "Hamly Andy" In the form of
Mr. J. D Payne. good habits. In developing a
New Patient-Cut out that pro- books for the library Enos Haye3 Sternberg returned The opening number was "An realize Leslie Prevail. was In an unhappy mood
Lillian must
character
Miss we '
nlonal stuff old man. I'm a brought seventeen Ivy Shaw' where she vil Chorus" led by Mrs. Wall. Rev. strong Not enjoying tweet brotherhood. %
from New York Sunday our bad habits and replace them i
htlat myself.llr brought four. The president, Sunny Lowry gave a very interesting talk The ninth grade boys had chargeof Then I said to him at last {
habits.
then appointed Herbert was. visiting. on "Remember now thy Creator In with good chapel Monday. "Is my harvest season past?"
Haynes Miss Dorothy Sapp was visiting Hi We have a character chart by
( he I In the days of thy youth.
and
Chemls-
Beasley(During Marks as librarian week-end. --
friends in Alachua this which we analyze and score ourselves
test the other day) asked proving to be a good one. Miss Louise Howard spent Sun brought out how advice helps In the same as we do our We are glad to hove Willie But hft no answer gave to me,

what part of the test. do you Selma Thornton-Reporter, reference to the Bible and religion and striving Mae Griffin as care taker' of our For he thought that I should see
In St. Augustine. health habits chart are
best?" day theweakend prepares us for living not just dy If library We are asking that the That he was a Heavenly Host +?
spent
ourselves. we
Miss Hilda Wyrick to Improve
I Eunice Williams (Out of turn SIXTH A NEWS visiting in Branford. ing. His talk was thoroughly enjoyed rate one hundred per cent we have students help her In every way. And that I should not be lost

iwred)--"The end of It." Rosalind JacobsTeacherWe by everyone. .
Miss Miss! Leitha Kelly was a visitorto formed a good or strong charac
have ben having a little Mr. Benson gave a very delightful SOCIETYWe When this angel aped so fast
Sunday. ter which in our aim.
Mlcanopy
; entitled "Sleigh
first Citizen;-Who Is that old home room program every mornIng piano number Another step our home science edited peace I "saw at last
iio Miss Jacobs Ride." The biography of Frances: When this life on earth U o'er
you are leading ground blind the week.
for past LeadThe character
Juniors class hall taken Is to give
Cheater miss little Jim Futch's ..mllIng
!did? reads from the Bible and than E. Willard was given by different He will greet me at that shore.
talks In
lemond an-1 Moody. Friday was Frances W11ard's building face and hope that he will soon Written by Vann Kutch.
CItizen-It's Rip Van leads us in the Lord's Prayer attendance port for Sep home rooms. The talks are made be well and again. S

"kkle. He's just waked up out of the Flag Salute. Some of our program tember shows that the eleventh birthday. by members of the home science strong .
BenIon's
Mr
i twenty years sleep. We want numbers are: A song, "The grade had the highest percent In A skit was given class by and It class In each room In high school!. Work has been started on a ,

31! to get used tl> the womens' Monkey": by Shirley Morgan; Ber- senior high. The average was 68.3 salesmanship Among our new pupils we have I dam on the San Juan River near

'ylea gradually so be wont drop tlce Silcox recited "Tea Party"; cent. showed that one's success In business de-loping Ruth and Corlne BroHky; alert Inez ...McAllen Texas, which i/i/ calculated

"Why per depends on his Interest and' and Christina Cutshaw. We are I to bring 500,000 acres of Mexican \ -
sang had the high-
Betty Stringfellow The ninth B grade showed how If we continue to do these things) "
efficiency. The skit Indeed pleased to have them with land Into cultivation.According ;
and a songby The ,
Don't We Get Along"; eat average In Junior high. of ; Brown's sons Bradford County High School will
.
Walter ; and why one Mf
of ua.
-Yes sir omelet have "The Picture ; We
; Dorothy Green average was 98.2 per cent. than the I have girls and boys with strong
was paid a Iargers1ar'y to American
.Ieup on account of the war. Wall'oJean that we can give characters and strong bodies. an professor
not sure
the are other two sons, when all were employed : A of school of Nank- JJ
Diner-Great ScottJ Are they Shuman is still absent from to these rooms this mouth, group high girls at the University
!' prizes by the lame business firm. lad a at Lake this there have been 2000
rowing We picnic Klngsley ng. China
eggs at each other ? of Illness. Benson's room
now account Mr.
school on but if we can showed that some employees News And ViewsSimeon '
I well again. Mr.doward's The story week-end. The girls who attended famines In north and east central
will soon be receive senior high prize.
uFL hcpe she will are worth more than others were: Inez ChenonitKit Chins the last 2200
Rosier -
Ruby during
years
. I'll InyCarlton Perkins: What state la New I What would happen if: talked Inschool room junior high prize]) because they lake more Inter- Phillips had shown an .

1. Jacqueline Andrews In their work and are more ef active Interest In Improving the ny ri K'tTiim Air: ) Court In and for Hrnitfonl County.
I eat IITO Florida, account of ......
: don't know OTri4 TO A PPM JA on taxea *
;:
bin' Perkins ? arithmetic talks on character. We enjoy ficient. We should all take the. senior classroom The class appreciate : floors'. A. Uurrl. *nil If. ('. ... fur the year 131. A

taw.; : Well. I know that 2. Gerald Dyal had his these and wish to improve our thought of the skit; .,a an Inspiration this very much.A. Cook. Tru''.ti, .whose. .else. rter.d"nos C A. KVIOHT.Collector
this In a one. What state
is ? talks. Friday best service W. Anderson the Jltor-ln-
kaunville" coullln.ttalk character; by these for us to give our : !, 9sa: nitenrnaif, roumrrCennty
In
? 3. Garland Godwin had a special program on Temperance and interest to what ever work chief Is 111 with mumps. We all Avant ,or. h rhx. notlrlxr that B 11.1 Prepev
Carlton: Yes Ma'm. I know that we has '11... In tho oftlr nt the To nalanne du. __ _.___ .,.tIt.11I
? and shall receive him speedy recovery. -
aCksonvllle couldn't sing In our home room. we may be doing we wish a f'lurk of the Circuit Court tar lhKlKhth Fty .amount collected. .. ftH9! 01
atG, la In the United 4. Dorothy Green the greatest reward or compensation Last week reminded us of the Jurtlrlnl' circuit in and for To Ualunce do.---------- 1.D3UKlM ,'<

In class? 10 A CLASS! NEWS as a result. school atmosphere about mid-se fif fimrlforrt Complaint' County.....,I storms' and hl.. ',Dill Ih.r. -: mad KerfvltereTo

oL Dorothy Green-Reporter. The 10 B class elected officers ;' Mr. Gray made the announcements mester. Why? The pupils were .. ., ft...klnir. th. forerlomir of fl.r. Halanre dues ...-_ ..-__ I..*> OODv
amount collected 551.00To
rant Demorest for : Why Is It 1m- officers last week. The following for the week and we hope so Interested In their tests and, talc..rtnff Tae HilI.to tn Curllflnitvii. Court that, and your Itapp Balanc due .. :Z.U7.HOFmmmtr

the TJnltod States and 10 3 NEWS were elected: will remember the announcements monthly grade. place' of rldnr I I. .iat.d to b* H_d ..d .Bride
w to keep on friendly terms 1? B clas elected officers Margaret Hair.rec.TressEdna everyone all best school we have unknown! To Finland* du. ... 4,83 J ASHy
J.o* I IlJIoa The 10 President- and do his best at We have the i .." tral you. nrnount onllnoted. ,. IJ7 (ITo
V: because we need her : last week. The following were PearceteporterFrances times. ever had. Parents come out and Hurrbiosn, Ir If. f.:. Conk,Treater. IlKlanc due .., .. .. 4,854.14

a elected: Peek. vlnlt us and you will see why wean each. do! polar.In.rk.l rrfl. of the of the Circuit I
.
_. _,
President-L. O. Jones.VicePresidentClarice. We are glad to have Billy Long MRS. UILLAKU HONOREDMrs. : make that statement The student Court, In the Court llou.. In Kl.rk., To Hali.nc.amount collected due _.. T.SHd JUHO 47My

Extension Courses Gill tack after a several days illness and teacher. seem even more Hradford County, Florida' on..Mon.. To llalance due 1......7
day ictonor 7th. 1(15 and th r afl
Secretary-Doc Walnwrfght Anderson's>'home room observed i Interested In school than any year .r fll. your Anawir or 'h.r pl.ad.Ina. Gusty P.".
NEWSWe I To Ilnlnnce due It.I 00M SIHy
About twelve 8 B .
Arle Tlllman. E. a* may b* r.qulr.d by law,
teachers from News Reporter- the birthday of Frances before. .. amount collected .. .onIt
.
'eke several Interesting talks tttirwl aZ>ier Pro C"nl. ., -
IChool are planning to take Fanny Silcox was appointed had Wlllard by several Interesting I will .nturxl 1 you. To lie lance due .. __ .00ler
lIllon the clean up committee in our home room last week. The I' some, THOUGHTS TilE WEEK It I r:further ordered: that Chic Ord Total ...-......, Hra.
of
lbee course chairman class and readings given by .. __ _
.
her from Mrs. Carpenter's poems I r h. publlnh one each w k To FfalMn due 7,0(1,55
teaching of sciences In the by Mrs. Dowling. She and girls the fif I' of the pupils. They were: Biography 1. Never trust people who pretend for four cnn.*.*utlv. ...*.k. In the Hy amount collected __. 109 BO t
any Grades. are trying to improvethe came to our room during E. Willard-by to be different from what Bradford County Tlsraph' it nw- To Halanre due __ .10401. h1
From six to committee of France",
ibt!! tee teen-minute home room period and pap r p.hll.h.l in firadford County Total ...-..._1 Headed
cberl are going to take: looks of our room. Andrew. talked on Jeanette Hutching; "As an Educator" they are. Florida.Wltn To Balance due 1,81D.III ,'

102. Shorthand Typind, In! our home room every mornIng ofthe "Honesty"talked. Grace; Eunice Williams talked -by L. M. Galnea. Frances 2. Selfishness is one of the ugliest Judgva of'.aid*Circuit f hart, ail well To fly amount Uulance collected due .,___. 5,000.12 If a :37

l a certain member )-by Margaret faults we can have. A. J. Thoma. and -- ? ;
IIr Ikkeeplng. c we have We are delighted E. Wlllard (poem a Clark the '. .
.
of the morn.exerciiU. about "Friendliness. Work 3. Flattery is I the last resort of seal I of ..''d Court on thU 4 day ofptmb WI" "" react.
Benson charge Wonderoua ., _
take .
Her Ralanne 414.17
will teach the I class have these good thoughts, Lowry; i ".. .r, A. r>. ma To due t
"eke exercises an: to How ,fools. fly amount collected ,. 41 AT
Davis. >
OUT -
I Jean A. J. THOMAH
subjects and English Ing are education- Goes On-by To fiaUnce due ._, l..... 1
that they
land
Y1nY salute aDdtala : think Marie 4. An ounce of help Is worth apound Clerk Circuit, court.lo.e. -" ?
flag '
Katy
other -
Bradford Coun- the I Bible reading My Boy Went Down 1-MSt. Keed ....... le 1.ree<
-chtr
Will take the** course*,; *M. m .tor-*"*"*." of the welcome to Andrews. of pity. A liable read .
bae.e courses of our character. Our class extends a > 5. Never meddle with thugs ('I. :IIK'. 11"11'" T* (!. due 10,110.17 f,
are given for col- class on the b.tJdlnl' Margaret Lowry e"H.cteJT. .. If
Grlffis, a new pupil. mark, Fla. Oct let, 111. Ity amount > *
ot cr I. They started the We also have speakers from Nelson L. M. Gainer, Reporter. 8B Reporter. { that do not concern you. Report .( la* Cl.rjt of the Circuit Balance due ?.......-. II,471.., "
bin good
week. other rooms that give us ,
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FOUR r't BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE, FLORIDA .. ._--,. --_ --.. _JPWDAV.OCTOBEI <
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Mrs. Oris Denmark Shepard-Morris 'Wedding U. D. C. Elect Officers( KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH members are asked to be ----
1 Prelt I
There will be church service at Everybody
Honoree At Shower Plans Interest FriendsOf And Delegate' I welcome Come ,
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, ship with ua. wo
J ,SociClyj Mra. Roger Ward was hostess interest to a wide circle of The W.'T. Weeks Chapter, Vnlt' Sunday, Octber 6, 10:30: a: m. All J L SlleoCkt'
last Friday afternoon to a miscellaneous friends will be' the plans of the ed Daughters of the Confederacy, '
_ shower given In honor of Shepard-Morris wedding: which met Wednesday afternoon in the -- "
Mrs. Orbs Denmark, who prior to will be an event of Friday, October sun parlor at the Woman's Club ,FUNERAL DIRECTORMy -
her marriage In June was Miss 11, at high noon at the home of the building, with Mrs A. Z. Adkins, _
W. M. U. CirclesTo Surprise Shower For Louise Sapp, at the home of Mrs bride's sister,-Mr's. C. A. Knight, Miss Olive Ray and :Miss Amelia Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for \Ie: to ftender
P. S. Denmark, mother of the bosteas. when Miss .Lena, Belle Shepard, Ray acting as hostesses. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SER\'I'E
Meet Monday Miss Shepard daughter of, Mix. James Shepard, The only decoration for this at- MODERATE PRICES

Circles of the Woman's Missionary Mrs. Li. D. Vining was hostess I In The room where the guests were of HIlliard aml-Bonalcl J. Morris of tractive, breezy room was a large DeWITT C. JONES
Union of the Baptist Church her home Monday evening to a de- received by the hostess, the honoree Lake City wilLbe united In mar- basket of Autumn flowers, grace- Starke, Florida

will meet Monday afternoon, Octo lightful bridge party and surprise Mrs. Denmark, and Mrs Jea- riage. <. T 1.1 fully arranged with fern. .
ber 7, at 3:30: o'clock. shower, honoring Miss Lena Belle sle Mae Blakely, was beautifully ,The bride will be given by marriage Mrs L. G. Powell presided over -
Circle Number One, :Mrs. J. :M. Shepard, bride-elect. decorated with baskets of coral by her brother, C. C. Shep- the meeting and; considerable busIness '
Brownlee leader, will be entertained The room where the guests assembled vine and other summer flowers. A ard, of Hilliard,,and she will have was discussed, one item be- i
by Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and MM for bridge was tastefully! very delightful afternoon was as an only attendent her slater, Ing the election of a delegate, to REGINA CARTER SCHOOLOF L
J. H. Pitts, as the home of the decorated with a colorful selection spent by those invited to the af Mrs. J. E. Powell, also of Hilliard, the State Convention in Daytona
former. of late summer flower including fair. There was a contest in which who will be matron of honor. Beach, October 19: 16, 17. Mrs
Circle Number Two, Mrs. L. O crotalarla, coral vine and agera words were formed from the two Mr. Morris will have as his best O. W. Roberts, of Lawtey, was DANCINGALL
Powell leader, will be entertained turn. The, bridal tallies, which words "Brides Trousseau." Mrs. T. man, H. D. Howard of Lake City elected delegate and Mra. E. U
by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. were used by the hostess were C. Chastlne, who formed the most Miss Mary Canova will play the Biggs alternate.A .
y Nat Williams, at the home of Mrs. most suited to the occasion. words received a lovely gift. Dur- wedding music and Mrs. E. L. U. D: C. scholarship to the TYPES TAUGHT

Brownlee. Mrs T. T. Long received high ing the latter part of the after- Biggs will provide. vocal entertain- Florida State College for Women WEDNESDAY
i Circle Number Three, Mrs. J. B. prize for bridge and Mrs. O. L. noon little Ronald Andrews entered ment. .c has been awarded to Miss Lola AFTERNOON
f Alexander leader, will be enter- awarded second the room pulling a wagon, cov- Mrs. L.
Beasley was high. The officiating minister will bo Long, and at this meeting
tained at the home of Mrs J. D. Miss Shepard received a lovely ered with pink crepe paper, and, the Rev. C. B. Price, pastor of the A. Davis, vice-president Second ARMORY
Goodwin. piece of linen as a gift from tho loaded with lovely gifts for the First Baptist Church. Brigade, U. D. C, explained the financial -

hostess. Then aa a complete surprise honoree from the guests.several The gift I obligations of the local .,- -,-,_ _'__..0-. _'_______
_
hostess piecesof
of the was _
to the honoree, Mrs. Vlnin; Ladies' Auxiliary chapter for this scholarship. .
presented to her a lovely array of her selected pattern of dishes. I Election of officers for the comIng -
RITZ THEATRE handkerchiefs in colorful fall The hostess assisted by Mrs. Will Meet TuesdayThe
'
Presi
follows
resulted aa :
served sweet I year
Jessie Mae Blakely a
shades, which were arranged In There Ladies'11Auxiliary!! of the dent, Mra. L. O. Powell; 1st vice-
to those
present.
8TARKB the form of a bride's nosegay on course Church will
Invited First Presbyterian president; Miss Amelia Ray; 2nd
-
about
twenty-five guests COFFEE
which was tie dan attractive.:: bow were attend.Outoftown i meet at th4..J*ome of Mrs. T. S. vice-president, Mrs H. B. McLen
to o
PROGRAMBEGINNING of white satin ribbon. guests were Mrs. V. Williams on North Cherry Street don; secretary Miss Madge Middle-
FRIDAY The guests invited to attend R. Reddish, Mrs. E. E. Burney of Tuesday evening, October 8 at I 8 ton; treasurer, Mrs. J. M. Brown- Freshly Roosted! Freshly Ground

with Miss Shepard were served an Lawtey, Mrs. Joe Thomas and o'clock. lee; historian, Mrs. E. K. Perry- Tune In and Hear Kate Smith In "(
OF.
FRIDAY, OCT. 4TH. appetizing salad course by the hos- Mrs John Denmark of St. Augustine :Mrs. O. C.'Stansbury will review: man; registrar, Miss Olive Ray FEE TIME" 7:30 to 7:45'
"GINGER"June tess.The Mrs. Doris McMillan of the book, '.:Sunukl Looks at Ja- During the social period tho IITA SpNID : every TUPS-
Hither* Jarkle Rend guests were: Misses Hazel Gainesville and Mrs J. B. Crews, pan." The home Bible reading for company was favored by piano selections (lay, Wednesday and Thuraduy e\enlnj

O. I', lieggleSATURDAY Adkins, Ruth Sternberg, Mlna of Lake Butler.Entertains the group la the first thirty chap by Mrs. L. A, Canova. The WNCREECDNDMYRULlS over the Columbia Broadcasting s ..
I Manassa, Mary Canova, Hazel -- ters of Isaiah, where answers for hostesses served a refreshing ice torn. )
OCT. STII. Middleton, Madge Middleton, Mrs With I the first nineteen questions are to course to the following guests:
Adkins, Mrs. E. L. T. N. Kendrick EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAK
'WESTWARD HO'John A. Z. Biggs. be found. Mrs. Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs O L.
Mrs. T. T. Bunco Party devotion- "Mild-Mellow" "Rich, FuU Bodied" "YBgoroiM "
Mrs D. p Carpenter, will have charge of the Beasley, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mra. Ef- \ nej
Sheiks Manners Wayne-Also Long, Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Mrs. Miss Louise Snyder was hostess als. fie Miner, Mrs G. W. Roberta,
Mickey Mouse Comedy & Serial H. B. McLendon, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, last Friday evening to three tables Please note the change in placeof Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs.; W. E. To- Ib. 17c lb. 19c lb. 23c
Mrs. 0.. L. Beasley, Mrs. Jeanette of bunco in her home on Cher- meeting, and remember to bring rode, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, :Mrs J. M. _
8UN.-MON. OCT. flTII. & 7TH. Kincaid, Mrs. C. A. Knight, and ry Street. surgical dressings for the Over- Brownlee, Mrs S. E. Brownlee, IONA-With Pork Tomato Sauce

"SHE" Mrs. Clarence.Hoppe, of Tampa. The room where the guests gathered seas Hospital., Mra. F. H. Long, Mrs L. A. Ren-
Helen Gahngan So-And-So- Club.e for the evening was tastefully nolds, Mra. L. A. Canova and Miss PORK :& BEANS 6 l-Ib. cans 25c
Randolph Scott decorated with coral vine, Dancing SchoolTo Hazel Adklns.
Alno News Jk color ------------ -- -- ---
Comedy Met and +
ThursdayThe carrying out a pink green Open Here -
schemA The tallies used for the Miss Shepard Honoree MARY-ANN OLD-FASHION, Rock Ground
TUES.-WED OCT. stu & 0th.t So-and-So Club held its occasion were also in the pink and Miss Regina Carter, of Jackson- '
t 'Thunder in the East' first meeting last Thursday at the green color scheme. ville will begin her dancing claaa- At Bridge Club MEAL 5 Lbs. lOc
home of Snookle Corpening. The
of bunco afternoon In the armory -
After several es Wednesday Mrs. D. P. entertained
Charles Boyer meeting was opened with the roll games welf-known Instructor Carpenter ______ .__.___ __ h_ _
Merle Oberon Miss Dorothy Rltch, holder of high here. This the Fortnightly Bridge Club la
call., There was a report given Oy score, was awarded first prize for has taught In Daytona her home last Friday evening in IONA BRAND
THUHS.-FIU.., OCT. 10 & 11 the secretary and also a report by ladles, and first prize for gentle Beach, Gainesville, Williston and honor of Miss Lena Belle Shepard, BEETS 2 No. 2 Cans 15c
the Treasurer
"LADDIE" men was received by Jim Ritch. Jacksonville where she Is now whose marriage to Donald J. Morris -
COLD STREAM ,
s Gloria Stuart John Beul There were several members absent Prizes for holders of low score connected with the Riverside will be an event of this month.
Virginia \\eldlerCw and It is hoped that there will were presented to Miss Dorothy School of Arts. Roses, baby breath, and crotalaria PINK SALMON Tall Can lOc

be more present at the next meet- Sapp and Hallle Jonas. Her assistant teacher, Miss formed a colorful backgroundfor FANCY _
.h Nlt Every Wednesday. Ing. One new member, Patsy The hostess, assisted by Miss Frances Whitney, who has been four tables of bridge players. ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic Cans 25c
Thou attending show Tuesday Keen, was taken into the club. Dorothy Sapp, served a salad very successful with the children Attractive tallies in a bride and
are eligible for prize\ by leaving And Snookle Corpening was elect course to the guests who were ot[ orange Park and Green Cove bridegroom design were used for IONA BRAND
.. name with cashier Tuesday. ed as reporter. Misses Lula Redgrave, Katherine Springs, will 'conduct the classes the: eccaslon. TOMATOES ,No. 2 Can 7c

r SPECIAL MATINEE TIIURS., The memoers are Betty Green, Haynes, Dorothy Rltch, Mildred here. Miss Carter will give her After several rubbers of bridge FINEST DRIED
OCT. 10TII-Ilia I'. M. Carolyn Green, Helen Dowling, Hundley, Dorothy Sapp. and A. E. personal supervision at Intervals. were completed Mrs. A. Z. Adkina,
( Marlon Jr. Hallle Jones, James Dennis NAVY (Pea) BEANS Per Lb. 5c
Sponsored Ity Starke Third Dowling Carolyn Keen Wall( Children will be given an oppor- holder of high score for ladles was
Grades Patsy Keen, Mary Lorraine Stock- S. R. Johns, Jr., Henry Manaaa tunity to appear In public as soon presented a guest room make-up DEL MONTE SLICEDPINEAPPLE

I well, Margaret Lowry. ', and Snook- Jim Ritch- and Joe Edwards, as they are yjallfled: to do so. set and C. A. Knight, holder of No. 2 Can 15c.SUNNYFIELD

10 Corpentng. Jr: I *, .. j", high score for gentlemen_ was _
-
7 Circles.Will feet awarded a double deck of playing
Afternoon, cards. Mils Shepard received :PANCAKE"FLOUR' 1,, :1.3 lb. pkg 8c
Monday from the hostess several pieces of

i Nofade Shirt Just Received Circles Society of the: of Woman's the Methodist Missionary her memento selected of pattern the occasion.of china as .4 10 'Ihs. IRISH. POTATOES 10c|

Church wlU meet Monday after- :Mra. Carpenter served her guests .-- ----------------- -
Collar RAIN CAPES noon, October 7, at 3:30: o'clock. with a delicious salad course with APPLES Jonathan Eating Doz. 25c
Tra-Stay Circle Number One will be en- which each received an attractive
tertained by Mrs. T. J. Griffin and silver wedding bell as favora. GRAPES Thompson Seedless 2 Lbs. 15c:|

Fancy Patterns sister, Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Those club members and invite CABBAGE lOc
s Green Trimmed 4 Lbs.
Circle Number Two"will be entertained guests[ enjoying the affair with
by Mrs. Sam Andersonand MIss Shepard wero :Mr. and Mrs RUTABAGAS Canadian'3Lbs.. lOci
59c to 125 Mrs. A. F. Sauls, at the homeof H. C. Witch, Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
the former.) Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Ac-
kins, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Fancy Blue hose Winner Rook
L ar'e
Members requested to bring Whole GrainRICE GroundGRITS
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr.
their sunshine bags, as the pro-
and T" T. Donald J.
Mrs. Long,
needed' for local work.
ceeds are
Hunting Season I
i, Morris, of Lake City. Mra. Jean I'
j rl'N ette Kincaid, and D. P.. Carpenter
11An Opens Soon Baptist Church, News .

+ !, Fine Assortment The Intermediate Baptist Young Birthday Party 5 Lbs. 23c.lO. Lbs. .25 c

Peoples Union was organized Sun-
day evening with fifteen. Intermediates Comer Perryman celebrated his FANCY FIRM HEADJ..ETIUCE

High' Top Boots Peek was present.lected president Miss Farnces of the ber tenth 2,birthday'with a lawn Wednesday party,at Octo his : 2 for 15c|

union and Miss Arle Tillman as home. ONIONS Globe Yellow 3 Ibs. lOc
f secretary. These two officers and Out-of-door games were enjoyed
FOR MEN AND BOYS
the leader, Mrs. Thelma Dlnklns during the afternoon. Then the CARROT Fresh Bunch 2 for 15c|
\\i' WILL ARRIVE IN
A
,
will recommend names for other i young guests were invited into the |
''/ FEW DAYS officers at the next meeting which I home as Comer opened the many ONIONS Spanish Lb. 5c
will be held at the church Sunday I lovely gifts which his friends had 'u. S. NO. 1 YORK IMPERIAL COOKING
evening at 6:30.: All Baptist young brought to him. There was also a
LacelegHunting people between the ages of thir- pretty birthday cake decorated in APPLES 3Lbs.: lO uSITNNYFIELD
teen and sixteen Inclusive, are requested a pink and green color scheme and
to Joln.tbls organization at' adorned with ten candles. Mra
QUICK COOKING
Pants the next regular meeting- Perryman served ice cream and Be
OATMEAL
t Individual cup cakes to the guests 1 l-41b.pkg.

Sunday School who were Nina Bishop, Patsy WESSON OIL Pt. Can 21c Qt. Can 39
SNAGPROOFWHIPCORDS The Sunday school observed Pro- Keen. Katherine Klnlaw, Sara ;
Fine For [ motion Day last Sunday at which Barefoot, Ida Lulu Davis, Marjor DEL MONTE ROYAL ANNE

1r The Economical Sportsman time a large number of the pupils Ie Davis, Freddie Wlmberly, Jacquellne -' CHERRIES No. 1 Can, I5c
%2'J: were promotc4.to advanced clash: ;Andrews, Clarice Thomas,
; es. Promotions are. based upon the .Vftlena' Phillips, George'. Flynn, -IVORY SOAP .3... ..Ioz.. Bars 27c|
'J age of,the pupil Leonard Peek, Bobby: Biggs, Joe STERLING -

b New Line The officers and teachers begaAthe ,Andrews, Jr., John Klnlaw., ,Olin SALT 311-4 lb. lOc!
.' pkgs.
\ Whlte'Jr., and Mack Futch.
BOYS' SCHOOL study of anew book at theirWednesday
i SCOCO-FINEST COMPOUND LARD
IT WON'T Oct.
WILT evening meeting (
Guaranteedl PANTSTHESE 2nd). "Personal Factors In Char- Imports to Sweden must bear a SHORTENING 2 Ibs. (bulk) 25c
it OR WRINKLE> acter Building" Is the textbookand stamp reading :"This Is imported." IONA (HALVES)

,; JUST WONT will be taught by the pastor PEACHES I5c|
HEAR OUT Members of the class will study a No. 2'/2 Can
Cone in and see the NOFADE Shirts with that
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chapter each week until the book Chocolate Cake RecipeBy -- -- ---- ----- --- ---
'new TRU-STAY Collar. Fits right, is completed at which time an ex- Mrs. D. A. Montieth HENCORE BRAND
h.. amination will be taken. This bookis
looks right and right WE ARE SHOWING SPAGHETTIDelictoittly
stays of which leads
one four to the Chocolate Cake
A BEAUTIFUL new teacher's diploma. 2 cups flour prepared: with cheeee and Tomato SauceA

Like all new, revolutionary ideas we wanted to, STEP-IN TIE. ; 1H! cups sugar Real Value at This Low Price'
The Men's Bible Class will havea 6 tablespoons cocoa 4 15-oz. Cans.5c,
be that had the IN BLACK
sure we collar that was beet for banquet Monday night/ October 1 teaspoon soda .
!5 you:-.and for us. We made tests of all new wilt AND BROWN KID 14, commemorating the first,anniversary 1 teaspoon salt ----- ---,--- -----.. ----
of the ,present class or- Sift dry ingredients together. IONA BRAND
proof collars. Wore them washed' them ironed IN Tins ganization. Members of the La- Beat :2 eggs well add li cape' SALAD DRESSINGDelightful

f them them tests since last sumSIENTIFFICK dies Bible'Clus have been invited sour milk 3-. cups: melted butter -
; gave severe ever I III fine
new flavor--AcIdtt and
5I to any salad
to attend the banquet. The class and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Add
I mer We selected:_ the "TRU-STAY" collar for SHOE expects to have a speaker from the liquid ingredients to the dry served with cold cut or fish

these shirts because: it passed every teat with fly Jacksonville. All members are urg- Ingredients slowly and beat Quart Jar < 7c-
[ SIZES WIDTHS ed to be present. well. Bake In slow oven in two
f; ing colors I 3j-9; AAA--U layers. IONA BRAND
Hour of Service Changed Icing ;
IPrice 98c 10.1.95 4.95ALEXANDER :, Beginning this Sunday, the eve- 1 package xxxx:' sugar 1 SAUERKRAUTServed ,
ning worship service: will be changed 4 tablespoons cocoa with weinern It makes a'dish:that I Is relished
to 7::30. This will necessitate Enough cream to moisen by an.-Buy several cans today
changing the B, Y. P.,U. hour, to (about 1 small can) No. 25c
2 2 '
15c
6:80.: 1 teaspoon'vanilla cam 3 No 2YZ cans

t lcq Weekly officers and teachers Spread over ,cake and cover'; -- -- --' -
meeting will be held Wednesday ''with nuts.Mrs. A. &: P. F<> ODST 0 RES'c

it IN THE NEW GREEN BUILDING evening,at ft:{:31'prsyerserviCe! at I .-.D. A..Montleth.. ..
7:38; choir practice at 8:30.: ,f' ,,__ .

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OCTOBER 4. 1835 BRADFORD OOCNTV TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIV.

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1 t Miss Mary Canova who spent I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns spent H H. Stroraan, who has been Mrs George B. Flynn and Mrs.

last week In Washington, D. Chas ., NATSEZ: last Sunday visiting In Eustls. her for the past two months vis- E. J. Flynn and little Miss Betty '
returned to her home here. 1 They were accompanied there by lung his sister Mrs. 8. S. Howling, Ann Flynn were guests Sunday or r'

Bits ol Mrs. Johns' father, a. M. Bennett, and mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood of
Mrs. W. B. Parks and Miss ail- The nicest thing about going of of Jasper, who had been their went Wednesday to Lake City Gainesville ,Little Petty Ann remained -
ty Hogsed were guests last Fridu cn a trip Is the home coming. Everybody guest for a week. where he entered the Veterans' for a'.week visit therewith
of Mrs. K. R. Lane in Jacksonvllli seems to bo glad to Bet Hospital for treatment. her slater.Translation ?
you, at leastthat's --
Loa1 Nevis'COSCERNING MrVarrcl1 Wilkinson of Dayton ----- -
Stanley Bennett, of Jacksonvllli, what Ohio, spent several days of The Masonic Lodge of Rnlfonl I of the Bible Into '/.,
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spent Sunday here with his they lay An.Jthe : moat remarkable
the ,
ps this week at the Starke Hotel. Mr. stands at the head of the list !'n English was '
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND rents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennet old home Wilkinson Is an archaeologist and this district for new members andWednesday event in the reign of James 1. ,
town sure looks y ;
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Is doing research work on DeSota's October 2 the mem- '
good. The buildings '
PROGRESS :Mrs. E. S. Matthews is
spendln& explorations In Florida. hen of the Bradford Lodge are Not until recently was a canopy '
several days this week In Sarasota are not r Invited by that lodge to & banquetto placed over Omar Khayyam's... '::':

as guest of Mrs. R. O. Dante quite they are as In tall New as Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Clarke, of be held at the State Farm. tomb at Nishapur, India, althougn.he \.,
has been dead since 1123. !
York and the Miami, who are here visiting Mrs.Clarke's 1
and Mrs S. Crews Miss Ktholio White, of Jacksonville .4
to Col. A were<
C. Wall was .visitor traffic la not so parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle have :
'
I spent the week-end with her }
Harold ., visitors to Gainesville Tuesday atteraoon. J JI
klOnvUle M\ nJay- ." parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Whit< heavy, but who /' Wainwright, spent the week- returned from a months visit in It's OYSTER Time
cares anything I Se end in Jacksonville as guests of I Louisiana anti Texas. They were i
of Lake Butler, wa Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Walnwright. Mrs. Rob i"
home by
about tall buildIngs accompanied
Red fierce Nut Sternberg and Mlaa LJllla I O 't Them Firwhluul xl'
yjlllor here Monday.Italian T" : Allen Long, of Chicago, 111., Is" Sternberg returned Sunday from a and heavy traffic. ert Prather, who will spent several Enjoy Their y ::1
hers visiting his mother, Mrs. F weeks visit In New Yorlt City, N. We have a lot ot new Fall good Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Harrington weeks here visiting her mother, Delightful; Flavor ,I '>,
Rye Grass for winter H. Long. Y. In and cordially invite you Inspec have recently moved here from Mrs. Faye Gill, and other relatives.: ,
White's Store, lOo Lb. lion Maypoit. Mr. and Mrs. Harrington OUR FAMOUS
,at t
n t.._. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart spent Mrs. William Sapp, Miss Hele will make their home with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Qulgley have
J rol --d Mrs. X S.:Crews were Sunday in Jacksonville visiting Prattler, and Elwood Lang spent lAte Arrival Mrs. Harrington's parents, Mr returned to their home here from IIARRECUES I
and Mrs. Nat Williams for the '
l: rttoJacksonvWeMonday. relatives lust Sunday visiting friends In WOOL DRESSES three weeks motor vacation Are Always Popular'i'
trenton.Dr. present. through Canada, where they visited -
I Joe Hill Williams, ot Lak William Dobrow, of Fort Meade, $4.95 Mr. Qulgley's old home In Nova
1 rol. here Tuesdal Gerald Middleton( who was tak HALL'S PLACE
tier,was a visitor will spend this week-end here with H. B. McLendon and Dr. J. in Jacksonville Scotia the homes of his brothers i
his family. W. Brownlee are attending th, en to Riverside Hospital and sisters and many places. of historical
has) returned last week due to an inJured -
L. j. Wynn State Dental Association in Tamp,. Interest.
JnI. a visit in Wilson, N. CI Mrs.Powell returned I naparad"OVERALLS hip which he received In a
alter this week.
.JIll' from a visit with relatives In Columbia fall, returned to his home here Speed Harvey, of Plant City,
I Mrs. O., C. Jleglste S.: C.' I Wednesday as his condition has spent several days here lust week
>>r. and Col. and Mrs. D. E. I< "' .
Jocksonvllle, Sun J Now improved.Mrs. has
friends. Mr. Harvey
in nlght'l visiting
visiting and
ere i : Mary Beth, Charles p
lay. 'Dr. and Mrs. 0.. Haynes: and Knight, were visitors to Glenn $1.49 Kate S. Powell of Center been on leave of absence for the ,
and has bto..nJ1
months
Miss Hope Haynes, spent. TuesdayIn : Springs last Sunday past three
Guilford was a business Jacksonville. Hill, a former resident of Starke, Hot Springs Ark., for his health,
F.
N. Ga., Wednes Is spending several days here as where he visited
also In Tallahassee
i sitar to Quitman Mrs. E. C. Priest and daughter:, of Mrs. R. F. Fernandez. 1k
y. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Stricklandwere Misses Thelma and Pauline Priest, Men' guest Powell Is enroute to Jacksonville his mother. lie was returning: flee' Sin for Correctly Fitted '
relatives in Lake Mrs. from hero to his work in PlantCity.
visiting FALL HATS
and Mrs. T. :M. Hutchings spen where she intends to make Glasses t
}Ira W E. Middleton spent sev Butler Wednesday.. Friday in Jacksonville '
this week In Jackson- $1.95 her'home. LEWIS
Iril days S. G. ,
Col. and M -s. D. E. {night spent Mrs. Anne McGee and daugr Switzerland's first skyscraper a
die Rev. F. G. Terhea Jr., of Jacksonville FLA.'a
stories, Is located -
Col. of twenty ST.MIKK.
in Jacksonville where building
Tuesday :ers, Misses Clara and Marie McGee Sunday
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Is holding regular
Knight attended court. their at Lausanne It was builtIn 11* W. Walnut St.'i ,4
moved from Stuart, to Runfoi... services here at the St. Marks 1932.
tome here, this week. Episcopal Church. Rev. Yerkes isI i
Mrs. P. J. Pearce spent last Sun- WORK SHIRTS49c -- -
I the son of F, G. Yerkes, owner of
day in Gainesville with her daughter Mrs J. C. Manning has returned In
Hardwire Company
Florida i
Mrs.. Tommy Lane.G. from a visit In Jacksonville will: Jacksonville. OYSTERS R IN SEASON ,

her daughters, Mrs. C. F Boyer,
L. Patten of Jacksonville, wr.aa and Miss Pearl Manning. TUB IIICICLK CONTEST IS Mr. and Mr. Tommy Lane of Also l large SHRIMP. FUKSII MULLKT: : SPECKLED)

,,, I guest over that week-end of Mi.' NOW IN FULL SWING Gilncsvtlle! are announcing the PERCH BREAM TROUT and RED BASS
and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.'' Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent Beth, on September ,
Double Votes on FridayIT birth of A girl, Mary IIotiM>wl\i>N \\III find New 1"0'HI..mn81 Addition ,
\a list week-end In Jacksonville 23: at the Alachua County to the ,MenuMAGNOLIA ...
Hubert Stockwell of Gainesville, I where they attended Jewish New 1'.\\'S TO BOY AT- Hospital. Mrs. Lane was prior to :

t spent the week-end here with Mr. rear's Holiday celebration. her marriage Miss Mary Pearce, FISH MARKET r :
and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell. of Starke Slaughter of Mr. and
STERNBERG'SStarke.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Imbach, Mist, Mrs. P. J- Pearce ,;i)
M I John Inman Is spending severit! Myrtle Strickland and Street Den .' -
I I days in Palatka this week with Mr. ly, of Gainesville, spent last Sunday FloridaMr.
and Mrs George Inman. Jacksonville.
visiting In '
I i and Mrs 'Joseph Thomas I CANE RICE
I \beautiful home one minute Mr. and Mrs N. J. Strickland, .,t Mr. and Mrs George Wilson and small daughter of St. Augus TIP TOP GROCERY {

Iwhrii the nn.t. A financial low Tampa, were guests Sunday of Mr and son. Fredrick, of Miami, were tine were guests several days last : SUGARSLbs.

[nnn..ran afford. Why risk It? ;' and Mrs. C. B. Strickland.Mrs. quests Monday of Mrs. Florence week of Mr. Thomas' mother, Mrs O. II. NAHWOHTIIV"' Owner und Operator
:anova and Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Ed Thomas. 5 Lb s.
i Powell has returned
Laura
Fire Insurance with iI & SATURDAY SPECIAl.
Tarry FRIDAY
I From a several months visit In ,Mr. Dire. F. Epperson ol Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. Effie

i North Carolina with relatives.Mr. J Jacksonville, were recent guests ol Miner and Mrs. W. K. Torode, of
JOHNS & Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Epperson anJ Lawtey, were here Wednesday attending 25c PRICES, OCTOBER 4th. and 5th. 22c
and Mrs. William Norris Jr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson. a meeting of the local U.
WAINWRIGHTu i iI have as their guests this- week,
D. C. chapter, "
I' Mr. and Mrs. F. A.Dodd and small Mr. and Mrs Burnice Johnson,, BEST PLATES IIOMK (ROUND ft '
Telephone 13 I Dellena, of Ocala, Mr here BENT WHITE SIZE
daughter of Gainesville, spent Sunday .
Dodd Is Mrs. Norris', son .. ss guests of Mrs. Johnson's pivenU Mrs. George Bennett has returned MEALSLbs. M
.. to her home1.W Miami after 'a
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kahr. I BACON19c
visit here with her'aunte, Mrs. W Lb.BACON
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Miss Essie Colman of Olustee,,, L. Wall Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and 23c Lb. lOc

Is I spending several days here Mrs. J. E. Wilson.

HALL'SVariety' where she Is employed in the office Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett anJ
R. A. Green. FRESH PRODUCE
of Congressman son Coolidge, spent last week-end FANCY MEATS

meeting of theToman's In Ozark: Ala., where they attended -
The usual weekly
the funeral of Mrs. Gassett's RKAI IIRD TKNDF.KCABBAGE
Christian Temperancetalon
father, J. D. Payne WEINERS Lb .15c 2cLOSO C
will be held on Friday afternoon Lb.
,
GroceryON with Mrs. O. E. Stansbury.
Mrs O. J. Griffin who has been HORN "
ICEBERGCHEESE
FANCY
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Miss !Miriam Jacobs, who 's visiting law and at daughter the home;Dr.of and her Mrs.son-in-E. Lb. 21c LETTUCE, Each 7/2c ,, ,
DEPOT In Jacksonville,
S. A. L. school
10TH STREET-NEAR teaching 1.. Biggs returned Tuesday to her e.
I and Mrs.
Mr.
wUl visit her parents '
SPECIALS LAST THROUGH B. Jacobs here over the week-end. home In St. Augustine LINK! 15c REAI1TIFl'r'BANANAS, 3 Lbs. 14cTHOMPSON >
Lb.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 3RD. Mrs. James Shepard and Mrs. J. Mrs. J. W. Austin, who has SAUSAGE '
been the guest of her sun-ln-law : F.KI>IESHGRAPES ,
E. Powell of Hilliard will be week Rev and Mrs B. M MMOKKD

POTATOES, ,10 Lbs. ..:_... __ __....__ 12c end Knight guests and of Miss Mr.Lena and Belle Mrs. Shep C. A and her Montgomery home daughter In ,Benson returned, Springs.Monday to SAUSAGE Lb. 15c 2 Lbs. 13c s

ard. '

K-OIL, Gallon _________' ________ lOc I Mrs.Misses-L. E.Beatrice-Moseley and and Lillian daughters -, and Mr.children and Mrs, Patsy W. M.Bill Wainwright, and 4 Martha STEW BEEF. Lb. 9cFTA. nrf.gWEETTENDEK RUTABAGAS: Lb. 4c

Jacksonville, spent
GRITS, 5 Lba.CABBAGE ________.._' 15c I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Volh Wednesday Jane, of of last week here with CHUCK FANTY VF.M.OW

Tc I Manning at the State Farm, Sun Mr. and Mrs. N. D.Wainwright. ROAST Lb. .12c! ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc

(Hard Head) Lb. ____ day. -- Strickland and Leslie ,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simpson, Frow of DeLand spent the weekend te'ENTERNBUCK!" FiNCY: KREHIITOMATOES!" ;y

KETCHUP,. 14-02__ 2 for :_____25c S. J. Walker and, were son guests Jimmy Sunday allot Biggs here with their respective pa- ROAST' Lb.17i2c I Lb. .5cnrAC'KKVKII
Gainesville Ed rents, Mr. and Mrs A. S. Strlek-
W.
I of Mr. and Mrll. J. land and Dr. and Mrs E. L. Biggs I'EAH" LIMA: or

LARD, Per Lb ,___,_________-.._-12/ e wards. REAL QOQD SLICED! Northern BEANS Lb. 5/>c

I Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakoly and son .
Mrs Lb. !
6/2c !Il'. and Hubert Priest are Mrs Orls Denmark. Mrs. P. BOLOGNA 12/2c ,
Billy All
TOMATOES, No. 2 __ I announcing the birth of a son Edward 27- :S. Denmark and W. W. Balsden NAVY BEANS Lb. ? c d

Clayton on September Mae !are spending this' week visiting TIP TOP MARKET ? f

MEAL, 10 Lbs. __ _____-._------ 22c I Miss Priest was formerly Miss I relatives In Lakeland and Mulber- .
Mersereau. Iry.


FLOUR, Guaranteed: 12 Lbs. _"'"_ _39c. I AI Manassa spent several daysn POTATOES ?Y;- !10 Lbs. 13c

A % Atlanta visiting his brothers, ,,

PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO, can lOc : CENT WORD George returning and Phillip to his Manasna home ,hers before '

I COLUMNFOR this week from a visit In Ne"* UIIITK RIBBON NEHTLEH" OCTAGON
25c .
SUGAR, 5 Lbs. _____..;---- ------ York City.

I SALE-Missionary! Straw -of Lakeland LARDPound MILK SOAPor
25c ,
CORN, 1lb. can, 3 for __ _,...-- berry plants on new ground. A u Mrs., was T. .B.a recent Hendrlcks guest of Mrs.

J. Griffls. Rennolds. Mrs. Hendrlcks 12'2cNO. 3 Tall Cans17c
L. A.
RICE! .[ (extra fancy) 5 Lbs. ______ 25c Advanced shorthand students was enroute home after spending POWDER
work. Reasonable the summer In the* mountains of

SARDINES (4 Cans) _________....- 15c coached rates. in Mrs.legal Alma Bain, 9-272t CourtHouse North Carolina. 8 SIZE CAN PRUNESIb 5for .lOc

lOc Mr. and Mr. E. W. Hayes anl TOMATOES .

SALMON, 'Can..__------,----- -- FOR SALE-A Harley Davidson children. Enos and Betty Hayes,
Model 28 with side family reunionat 5
Motorcycle attended the Hayes c

COFFEE ( pure lPound.J: .. ,_12'/2C car.If sold In at good once condition bee owner a barge, Mrs la Brooker the home Sunday.of .P.This O. Hayes reunion In Isan 2 Cans .. 13c KEROSENEOIL


DILL PICKL'ES32- 15c Rosa ConstanUne, Theresaa, Fla. annual affair.. CHARMER MATCHES k

FOR SALE Missionary Straw- f F

MILK (Dime Brand) .-- HeOWONS right.berry M.plants.Rhoden Will, Route make 2,price Bon REAL COFFEE 3 BOXES lOc

T2. near Heilbronn Springs. 9c
Gallon
3 Lbs. __--_-------;...---10c ..262tp"MILLIONS ESTATE 2 Cans 25c SALT, 3 for lOc ,


PEAS (Early June) No. 2 3 for _.. 25c Maryland Missionary, Genuine Strawberry Improved fob- IF YOU.SELL WANT OR RENT TO GUARANTEED: SILVER KINO 6 LBS. 12-LBS. 2JLBSFLOUR ',
|
Plants $I.M per thousand BUY,

SAUSAGE (Pure Pork) Lb. _-.- 25c Castleberry. Thurmond Farm SEE"USWILSON-
CasUeberry. Ala. 2c 39c If

. SPARE RIBS (Plenty Meat Lb.___15c MEN WANTED for Rawleigh
,
Routes in Parker, Duval Nassau [REALTY CORP. .. 8
Write to-
OYSTERS (Apalachicola) Qt.,____ 60c day.Counties. Rawlelgh and Starke.Co.. Dept FAI-223-: rs

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t SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER C. I

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SLOT MACHINE LAW
f SLAUGHTER OF HOGS Due theater where
TALLAHASSEE-There will be they
TO BE SMALLEST IN Into clink!
no licenses issued for the operationof a strange car. The
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS!!
"I slot machines and similar devices happened to be turned liDlU
.
GAINESVILLE sharp de- STATE NEWSNews by Comptroller J. M. Lee's Ronnie, somewhat on. an
all1lliol'
LIVE
FARMERS SECTIONConducted cline in the number of bogs this office for at least fifteen days. It starting processes got I\1t
the
will be that before the
long supreme chin
away from
year from the number last year the :Urb The
will of Florida in Short Paragraphs court sends down a mandateon the wild ride
several
and the past years result Was on
by Demonstration Agents thla year' in the smallest hog J Friday's decision declaring from the street to the curb

slaughter since 1910 says Dr. A. constitutional: the 1935 legislativeact back. Ronnie neatly missed ,
'I
.... L. Shealy, bead of the Animal hus __ legalizing and taxing slot machines trans green benches, and peter
lilll
'
i Ji cars for ten nib
II .M ; bandry department of the State blocks

Experiment Station. SOUNDS GOODJACKSONVILLEThere DISAPPOINTING to a stop how, nobodyTno .C8IIJ,

RURAL Hints To Housewive Dr. Shealy bases this prediction will belittle TALLAHASSEE Admiral I CLERK MISSING

"j. on these facts: or no unemployment In Flor- Cary T. Grayson, chairman of the MIAMI-A $200 reward, that

COMMON SENSE The number of hogs of the age Ida by November 1, A. E. Pynchon American Red Cross In Wash Sheriff D. C. Coleman offered to

H Weekly from Home Demonstration of six months or more on farms In deputy state works progress administrator ington told Governor Sholtz in a payout of his own pocket today

By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, TaUahoasea the nation on June 1, 1935, was predicted today. letter that Florida's contributionto spurred the hunt for wlll-of-the-

considerably smaller than on the e> the hurricane relief fund was wisp George F. McCall, missing NI NI Fit

,A same date in 1934. In the Corn "somewhat' disappointing: The former clerk of criminal court
FARM RECORDS WILLIMPROVE. BETTER BREAKFASTS .
Belt, there was a decrease of 37 GATORS SWAMP HATTERS ported $33,154.06 short in his re'l
THANKS TO Red Cross in charge of relief and i .iyM .. Ow
-
cent from last and the GAINESVILLE After a scoreless counts. Vexed because after .. PP.hl
rumor .
per year rehabilitation of citizens who suffered tmIT ..
d 4-H CLUB TRAINING
October once more, and special first period in which the Stet- I I. ..url.d
decrease for the United States was loss in the Labor rumor concerning McCall'awhereabouts NO to
attention ia directed again to the property eel5 yes
son Hatters had Florida penned pine
thirty: per cent. Corn Belt reports up hurricane appealed for $185- proved baseless when ... ?>,,,.. .
Too often in the past have farm school child) In their own territory throughout Day *, ?
show a decrease of 6,000,000 hogs but said Florida'scontribution run to earth the Dade County e.o.onlc.
ers found themselves in the position The late rising hour so desirable the Gators picked momentum in 000 Grayson al r.nsr.nrc'Jacksonville's
from last year's number, while up was only about $24- sheriff said he would pay $200 for ......P....
I of not knowing their assets during vacation should now give the latter stages and romped to a
decrease for the entire nation
the: while the Red Cross Itself information leading to his detention -
and their debts simply because way to an hour early enough to assure was reported at 8,000,000 head. 34 to 0 victory, at Florida Field 000 so far ,

their records were inadequate or an adequate, unhurried breakfast Stadium Saturday in the season's contributed $25,000.TREADWAY
,,\ The number of pigs raised on HAROLD
they had no records at all. Inaugural gridiron conflict.SWALLOWS C.WAU
and "nobreakfasts" farms In this country during 1933
breakfasts" WILD AUTO RIDE
since the Inauguration "Scanty JtESIGNSJACKSONVILLEThe
Farmers especially rffMfrtmWMWtmZlItl.
will be the smallest In probably
author-
rI of the adjustment program are given by FROG resignation ST. PETERSBURG-Leaving a .141 MOO CAU ftm
to
recent
forty according
have learned the importance Ity as the cause of much of the estimates.In years. HOMESTEAD Eugene Saunders of Chester B. Treadway administrator gasping horrified gallery in his irUy

.t of farm records and malnutrition in school children. Achild' for the Florida WPA wake Ronnie Sommers 4 Mtf trim,,
keeping I Florida during 1933.:: there 18, apparently was no worse aged eight:,
i( this Is a decided Improvement inV capacity for food Is often so were approximately twentytwoper off for swallowing a live frog to baa been accepted by Harry L. with his five year old sister Loisas
the trend of business small compared with his need thatIt Hopkins, chief of the WPA in drove stolen
agricultural > cent fewer sows that farrowed win a twentyt-fivej cent bet. A a passenger a automobile
; For, agriculture Is a business and may be Impossible for him to throng of spectators part In Washington. E. A. Pynchon who dizzily through St. Pet-
spring pigs than in 1934. awe
eat in two meals all he requires ,
3, It is just as neccsary for a farmer in Saunders calm- has served as State deputy administrator ersburg's heaviest traffic last
part horror; as
1< to keep books as It is for the mer- during the day. If breakfast In World hog numbers in 1933 are ly let the frog slip down his throat was at the same time appointed night, miraculously stopping the
omitted therefore, his dally total lower than they have been in tenrears.
v chant. collected the cents and successor to Treadway by car at a prominent intersection
twenty-five
be too show
Farm record-keeping will continue food consumption may European reports walked Hopkins. Treadway asked to be without a casualty. Increasingthe
Leading
away. Hotel'
small to provide the growth material hat hog numbers -midsummer
} to Improve and to demon- relieved of his Federal duties on hazard of the adventure was
he needs, nervousness, bad of 1933 in Germany. Denmark and .
strate its important place In agriculture the advice of phyhiclans because the fact that Ronnie drove practi-
and lack of attention that Irish Free State were eight percent FIVE YEAR LEASE
'i, for the next generation of temper of ill health. He will continue, cally "blind" the top of his small!
the children exhibit in school may below the numbers for the same OCALA-The only farm land
,1?, farmers, thanks to the 4-H clubs however, as chairman of the State head being barely level with the a "
have their source in inadequate period last year. The end of the decline I near Camp Roosevelt not controlled > + 4ti
,:t will be even better bookkeepers Road Department and as a memo steering whee.1.: Ronnie led his sis
than their dads were. meals. seems to'Tiave been reached, by the government has been ber of the State Planning Board. ter by the band to a Central aveVMERICA'S .! pp ,
s Exen though a child may have a as reports show an Increase in the leased for $150 a month for five -- G 3iry'lif

I For more than two decades says "mid-morning lunch" at recess number of bred sows in several years, reputedly the highest figureever

; R. W. Blalock. state boys club time, breakfast is still important. countries. paid for farm property in Ma Of all motor vehicle fatalities in
1 agent 4-H clubs have been workIng seldom offer decrease in 1934, 12,900 occurred in cities of
Mid-morning lunches With the great hog I rlon County The farm, composed
1 on the problem of farm record- more than milk and crackers and umbers, the price received by the ,of about 100 acres Is close to the 10,000 population or more and the

V ke ping. Club members are re- the 250 or 300 calories they furnish farmer Is considerably higher than route of the cross-state canal. It remaining 24100 in small towns

t}, qulred to keep cost and return records cannot take the place of the It; haa been for several years. Is owned by J. S. McAteer. and rural areas

:} of their projects and, during 500 or 600 calories breakfast Prices of retail pork and pork products THE SEMINOLE

the past few years the 4-H organization should provide. These lunches are have correspondingly In- Too MUCH THAT'S JUST TH8
BUSY TIMES: JACKSONVILLE
i' has gone even further and "supplementary meals," and should reased. TOVAT-NO TIME TOALKA1IZEBe D FLORIDA
developed projects for keeping records OCALAThe busiest week since [IttACISL CIIAS P. GRINER :ManagerA
always be regarded as such neveras For this year's marketing season %
work started onf
the Cross-Florida
of the entire farm. Mr. Bla lGINN
"1 substitutes October 1, 1933 to September '' human home-like Institution
i,; lock points to one case in which a 30 1936 the hog slaughter will Ship Canal was' begun Tuesday where you will find your Individual .

t farmer was able to complete a .SOUTHERN PINE SEED probably be the lowest since 1910. The[ next seven days are to see ONLY romfort and en-

.r corn-hog contract in the minimum CROP NOW MATURING distribution of payroll of more tertainment a matterof

of time and with a maximum of, IS BEST IN 13 YEARS MORE FUSS IN TAMPA than; $80,000 fltst excavating on great Import.

l' accuracy because his son had I ._ TAMPA-Taking a lead In a the: right-of-way and opening of EE.R ance.

+. kept a record of the farm business I GAINESVILLE-The best crop non-partisan effort to "get to the bide for excavating approximately A steel fireproof building: locatedIn I

for two years. of seed borne by Southern pinesIn bottom of Tampa's election frauds' .7,000,000 cubic yards of dirt on the heart of the city.

'l{ "The fall of the year brings the the past fifteen years Is maturing the Tampa ''Junior Chamber of; wenty-elght stretches of about Svtry' Room with Combination!

;, harvesting and sale of crops and this month says a report to Commerce has undertaken a thor- iair-mlle in length. ALB a/MsIe ,oN .e Tub and Shower Bath Radio, Elec.

5;:. with them cornea the balancing of the State Agricultural Extension ough investigation and In an open \ tale: Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for I

V, farm bouks. Four-H club members Service from the U. S. Forest Ser- letter to city and county officials UNDER ARRESTMIAMICharged felt a turrent man oat day \ / Summer Ventilation, Comfortable I
': asks if they considered the municipal Relieved the Alka-Seltsec Beds with Mattresses of InnerSpring I
; nearly a million of them throughJ vice offices In Washington. This with embez way. Construction and individual!

; out the United States are getting estimate of the bumper crop nf primary was "legally conducted" element: of federal funds, Percy Why don't you take Alka-< Reading Lamps.

II their club record books In order. pine seed wan made by the Southern and If not "what" are they Wright, former deputy collector o! Seltzer for Gas on Stomach, 41w iiiiiiiM FOR

.J L They will know just what It cost Forest Experiment Station going to do about It. ivialon chief in charge of the Miami Headache, Sour Stomach, Colds, VPS RATES

,* In labor and cash to raise their from reports from Maryland to A full report on alleged fraudat internal revenue collector's Fatigue, Muscular, Rheumaticor r KIDDIES 78 Room. with Private Bath

\, acres of corn and cotton theIr Florida and west to Texas and Ok- precinct eight during the first ffice, Is under arrests here. Three Sciatic Pains TOO/ $2.00-Single

.| pigs calves, and chickens: ," Mr lahoma. municipal primary, detailing conduct Indictments charged Wright with Alka-Seltzer makes a sparkling al 80 Room. with Private Bath

j Blalock explains Not only is. this seed crop Important of voters and others at the violation' of revenue department kaline drink. As, it contains an $2.50-Single

When these boys become farm for later forest plantingby polls on September 3, has been received r equlrementa in. me handling of analgesic (Aratyl-S..,eylate) it first 40 Room. with Private Bulb
from Frank Hobbs, attorney collections. rali.*. the pain of everyday aDmeaty -
operators they will have had the Civilian Conservation Corps r ecords and The true $34)0) -Single
:; then by the alkaline
j|' training which should enable them and other agencies but it ia of especial who acted as office managerfor b ills listed a total of $121.25. balance, corracta restoring the ca\IM- 24 Rom. with Private' Bath

to become efficient and successful Importance to foresters, the McKay for Mayor Clubs -- .-- when due to aced add. $3.50-Single

r"farmers.. lumbermen, and farmers who wishto in a comprehensive letter offering TO UNCOVER MOUNDSTALLAHASSEE Yea dtn clst sails ADu-SeHaer. 10 Sample Room. with Private

reproduce valuable pine forests I every cooperation of the McKay Nine Bath _____________ -I.Oo-Slngle]
I': "If our boys are to succeed as excavaon
without resort to planting. In order I supporters
;r farmers they must know how to which ti projects have been approved I Bt WISt-AlKALIZE / / : SLIGHT INCREASE' FOR
:'l keep an understandable record of that tender seedlings TRAIN SCHEDULE b y the state WPA It was announc DOUBLE OCCCPANCy

will germinate during the coming trains 11 d Vernon state arch ---
,| the farm buslnes, the club agent Effective June 16th e by Lamme
winter and will not be destroyed -
<'. spring discontinued and which calls for the
avers and 12 will be e logist, unirthlng -
""I I it will be necessary to protect trains IS and 16 will run as follows e of Indian relics from
'a. from fires the area on which THIS OFFER WILL EXPIRE SOON
: mounds and the uncovering of old
*i cheeks the seed fall, the report says. Southbound S panlah forts various* parts ofthe

f MALAKIA Cooperation by the public In preventing No 1-Due Starke 11:31 P. M. state at an estimated cost ofJOO.OOO
In 3 daiCOLDS fires will
and controlling No. 15-Due Stark! 4:08: P. M. $ and giving employment to

J) 666Mttrm help to turn this crop of pine seed No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M. 7 iO men. Counties in which the .
., to good account In restocking lands! .
)... Ilrat der No. 191-Due Starke 10:57: P. M. p1 ejects are located are Hlllsbor-
'',j-' now lying Idle and unproductive. Northbound oNo ugh, Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota
;< TAni.F.TS- Detailed the report
} AI/VR'- ISOMU" Tonic and figures 2-Due Starke 5:22: A. M. Lee, Dade Broward and Volusla.
unor. LaxativeShivering states show a few areas of poor 12:43 P. M. I the last named the
q} No. 16-Due Starke : n L county pro- r'
production, especially In northern No. 108-Due Starke 5:11: P. :M. je eta calls for the uncovering of -h'-
Alabama and in of Tennessee
parts
Starke and \Vannee Branch t h e old Spanish fort and mission
and central Florida but fair to
No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. 1.!. a t; New Smyrna to determine
elsewhere and a
good crops very No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P.M. w Nether or not it is older than St.
\
heavy of lonj-leaf pine seedIn a
crop
T. J. GRIFFIN. A jgustlne.
V'' and East
[, with Chills Texas.Mississippi. Louisiana


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OCTOBER" 1955 ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ __ __ BRADFORk. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAIIKK. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN! !
ndJ.U'' _...-.... __-_ __ ---- -- -- --- -- ___.._ __h_ ._ ____ ____ ____ _. -..- -- -.- ---- -_ .. .. .. _. - __ __ .. ____on ____ _____

--c- VRCD DIIUECTORT I Ib Martha turned to Cora. "I V the age of twenty-five.

UlIJ! -- CHURCH thought you told me he wasn't Perhaps the framers of our Flor.. ,

fIRst \I'TIiT Frlce: Pastor O'SUAuffi.Esy'5: BOY signing on again" TheLetter ida Constitution thought best to '.,'

c. 0. Windy gripped himself firmlg'Now ill leave it to the judgment of suchas
o'clock a. m,
10 ADAPTtD
sundaY SCl1' BY ftLAyRIC A3tia T don't go starttn' that again"he BoxSand the Lake City Reporter as to

1'I1011lae, pt.gnIn V MctZ1.qofdwnMr told Martha with deadly pa.thence the age qualification of a Florida,
-
m.
J 11 a. : :
/ WorshiP -u.t.. A PlCTUftft: k "t:'h ..oolgnln' cJ "What's the matter with governor because they did not
.
1. p.1, 6:43: p. m.ty8nlnr 7:30: ( p. m. CIIIP OFF TilE OLD BLOCK! the street together. shoulder to a lot of the boys is look In' the circus? I nxike good money Springs Okla. specify what it should be. .

/ Worship Meetthg, WedneaMethoais shoulder just like two regular over your shoulder, drlnkln' your I '1\' I'm gonna' get more. Besides Sept 21, 1035. Be that as It may, there is another ,-

So S Teachers Chapter One buddies. health and admiring:' your penmanship what else could I do?" Mr. Eugene Matthews angle to the subject. Shoal ,

..1:30: P l.lill'eek service Wed.eidlY'8 Stubby sighed and nodded at the ." lie nudged Windy then Martha favored him with a with Stttrke, Fla. older politicians encourage young :

prayer The shrill cries of peanutvendors direct appeal to his reason. He turned to leave. "It'll be a stag ering stare. "You're right. That's Dear Mr. Editor: people to take an active political

) p. r:. the urgent yells of barkers turned valiantly to the spitting an party." all you can do, Michael O'Shaugh- While this city has a populationof part or should they tell the new

spieling their wares and the hoarse gry little animal. "Jump through nessy. You and your slug parties. 6.000, It Is the most quiet and voters to be seen but not heard
moistened his lips as
Church: excited babble of the multitude' the hoop, Leo!I" Windy of Why you're not fit for decent people orderly!! city that I have ever even like good little children-except to
Pastor. to But a picture
M. Montgomery, rose pleasantly in one great cacophonous A thunderous burst of applause though speak. to associate with." spent one month in. vote 'right' according to what the

!Retay School-() a. m.nWorBhlp : roar. Neighbor jostled from the outer tent held him stili."That'll ahead the long before'him.Interminable: The evening sharp Wlndy's face flushed a red angry I have not heard a rooster crow oldsters tell them Is 'right'?

-11 a. i.pwortb neighbor good-naturedly and no for Mama" he said his rose :Martha's brick. "Now look here Martha and rarely a dog bark during the There are many experiencedolder
of tongue
) tie-lS: p. m. friendly smile went wanting for clackety-clack ain't gonna' talk to me that
Le face llghtln' up. you wee small houra of the night. men In politics for patriotic
nodded
ty8ntng Worship. 7:30: ( p. m. Its answering grin. Jeff ebony faced and glisteningof was assent In his ears. Slowly he way In front of my Dogs do not run at large singly motives who quite strongly feel

are Invited t3; all these servo A .huge banner lettered, "Hast tooth suddenly busied himself. But Martha's back was Ignoring nor In droves at night Why Because the youngsters who are just com

you ings' Greater Circus" unfurled Itself "An' that means ah'm on" he said Hastings swung down the hall him. "Can't you see Cora whit tho city has a dog police) ing of voting age should be rousedto

0. Church In jolly welcome over the headsof hurriedly adjusting the hindquarters with a. satisfied step.' A stag party you'll be If you spend another year i known as "dog catcher" and believe take a large and active part lathe

Prusbjterian Minister the throng. Posters everywhere of an elephant costume and ? Pretty dead when you came with him?" me If the owners do not I local, state and national government .

George H. Lowry.School. tantalizingly suggested the de. shuffling off."Stubby right down to It. And Windy really "Stop It!" Windy roared at her. take care of their dogs at night to which they are integral

a. m.Sbath that awaited in needed a little fun now and then "Do you want your son to belike does All dogs hear 'A men' .
10:00:: .Morning Worship; lights the big tent. Stubby! It was Cora'shysterical the dog-catcher components. (eDo we
1 11:00: A. I One more resplendent than the voice. She stood In the with that nagging wife and her him a filthy drunken..: here wear collars, except the wee from the Sage of Okeechobee?)
bY the pastor. others sister on his neck all the time. Windy hand shot out. His eyes small dogs. Here some of their reasons:
fIIIon Christian En. pictured a man, magnificently doorway her hectically flushed are
,,30 p. 11I.-Junlor arrayed in glltbralded uni cheeks almost as brilliant as the Might pep up his performance too. were gleaming Insanely. "Stop It I A similar law would be a good Few of the present encumbents

01Vcr. Worship. form. Surrounding him was an assortment red bespangled costume she wore. Hastings' mouth split In a mischievous say!I" thing for Starke where the ma- of political offices can point with

1:30: p. m-Evening of lions tigers and elephants "What are you doing to him?" grin. He placed a long "Windy!" It was a terrified I jorlty of the dogs It seems, sleep pride to their records. Could the
noth-
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Baptist Church Underneath was the message she shrilled at Windy. cigar in the gap.There was shriek from Cora. all day and fight and bark, at Intervals so-called wlsdomtoothless youngergeneration
Boxwood of the girls I back.
Pastor in gtoprevent some I His hand dropped slowly do wor.e ? These
B-T"' L. O. Hemingway. Biblefcjylo" : "Why he's all right Honey." : crashing the party at the lust minute 'He was ashen and spent by the all night. and younger people will live longer on

every Sunday. Windy said in a voice meant to was there? fury that had possessed him. In Wishing you good health
at 3:30 CAPTAIN MICHAELO'SHAUGHNESSY the average under the governmentand
: : a. m. Services : GREATEST soothe her. "You know he's beenplayln' the taut silence they could hear success, I am faithfully yours, taxes now being establishedthan

clock In furnoolu ANIMAL TRAINER IN THE with that kitten since he VOICES IN THE DARK the broken, frlghened sobbing of W. E. Daugherty Garfield the older votersshouldn'tthey

\PT1ST' CHURCH WORLD-AND HIS COLOSSAL was born." He noticed the tremor Stubby. 621',4 Okln. be allowed to at least help to ,
BETHEL that shook her slender fIgure."Youre stuck his head in the Sand Springs,
Two A call-boy
\. Donnley, Pastor AGGREGATION OF JUNGLE Chapter make their own bed? !.ir
L. -
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11eV. tremblln' like a leaf Cora. His smile seemed grotesquely
Services; every first Sunday. BEASTS. What's the matter?" Windy stepped r'i y Into Cora's door.cheery as It beamed Into the Starke Fla, How would the political wisdom
School 2:30 p. m. There carefully Seat. 28. 102t.Dear tooth equipped oldsters have felt
was a
Sunday Services Captain O'Shaughnessy (or Windy "Nothing nothing Her dressln-roorn room seething with its hot hatreds. -
and Prayer when first woke on theircomln&ofage
welcomeon they up
Study smile of Editor: ,
Bible flood of tears prepared i
known voice cracked and a on.
to
as he was familiarly Hey Windy you're hail
he In hjrttulay If they
night.
Saturday the unexplaln- his face. "Why'hello Marthy" In a In a recent article published
very I everyone) lounged back on a packIng followed her words "Okay" Windy answered of
over-heurtlness The Standard Mr, Russell, been told what the new voter
said with the Baptist
his able tears of a taut highly strung voice.
--- case in the menagerie tent low hoarse to
1)
nodded curtly. chief transfer agent for the Texas today is Informed If he has ears
broad face creasedIn neurotic.It austre spinster There was a plaintive little cry ,
good-humored
\
smile he watched was this aspect of Cora that "Have a good trip here." '"What about the story Pop?" prison system makes the following hear to-wit: "Here's a nice lit. "
I JONES II : a beaming .as ent of few hundred dollars -
ROB tit
a
.- ----..-...--. -...--- through his Indictment: of the saloon: pl'l"
Stubby was asking debt for each man woman .
On Here tears. "The saloon was the greatestcurse and child of our Country for you \ "
Comments civilized
"Look son" io ever endured by :
sighed .
II Windy
Windy filght-d dwplj. There and your contemporary new citizens
"I gotta' Within its portals the vilest
Hereafter with forced smile people.
And r- said a to off somehow!" WouMthesa
t ; %\n* no reproach In bin \olre go on now but if you promise to deeds were done. The crook. t oldsters pay have enough gall t>>
I'll tell i ed ruthless In his am [ 1\
right off to sleep yo politician
V tllmippolntmmt. pop don expect
--L._. only realfcned add, "Of course we
personyou and spoilSmade ,
When you see a young exactly how we got out of this bition to attain power to do anything about it except
never know at whom you ara horrible fix In the boat tomorrow the saloon his headquarters you I
until are
) 'l grin and boar It you
of Joseph, ,
The brothers The smallest hamlet In Texas
looking. V night. wisdom ,
him in a pit did -.-: the saloon and old enough to have political ,.
consolingly
when they threw ,- in" V ; ;; tW ; Windy patted him governed by teeth even If you are then so 1

not see In him an Egyptian prime r--.i- 'et, 5V 5ea. "That ain't so long to wait. If you people were cxploltil beyond endurance old a. to 1 be: like lots of us- so old

minister, They would not have L go to sleep now it'll be tomorrow ." politically that we have no othur .

treated Joseph as they did if they n ;t ; when you wake up and tomorrow As for the relation between liquor troth left to bite off another l \'

bad known who he was. The first \V night son after that." and crime this expert saya: hunk." V" -

man who went into Calvin Cool- V : ?' "j, -i.. Resigning himself to the Inevitable "In my opinion bused on my conversation

Idge's law office to consult him did .) 'V V ) _;3ir ste a.iamit" Stubby smiled sleepily, yawned with the countless men I I Yours truly,

oat know he was talking to a future and curled up under the covers. have handled two-thirds of the I. M Wllkla.

president of the United "Night Pop." men In prison today owe their unhappy i,

Slates When Woodrow Wilson "Good night Stubby." plight to alcohol. The argument 1\1 ''''r' II'. Ntl.H
opened a law office in Atlanta the I A Windy leaned over and kissed that taxes derived from NOT1CI1 i IN liornbv given that tin. '
Ktnnl |>.or,aof '
lnr unit by virtu** of H
citizens of that city did not know # him. Better do this while I can, he the sale of legalized liquor benefit Kuim'lomue mini ami ,ifniilornithy I'
this nationIn "V J he bigwe'll A. :/. AHklnx.Juilvn ,
they had a president of thought because when gets people I Is as fallacious as arguing tha HintoraM "
circuit frmrt of 'the ; ,
nf the
their midst. When.the neighbors have to just shake hands. Big that a tax on tuberculosis woul l Nth Jllillclul' (''''..ult nf FlorMn, In "

saw Abe Lincoln they did not ,, II.. boys don't like to kiss much I the Infection of men and nail fop llrnitftfril, County, In Clinn t
justify
realize they were looking at.J.: ; guess. lie looked at the coldly turned women with this dread disease" .tutu'..rv1 rertalii dntfHl H.cause i'>t.mber thoroln loch lytft IntolyI In '; '

man who would some day backs of the women then stepped Of even greater Interest than the BIIIIIK| h..twi..n Tlie Kmlirnl L>an>lI \t :'
great
live In the White House. They ;;p I ..,p' out of the tent, his eyes downcast above statements are the reactions I,In nk F of, Mm c-oluliililu.mil arid Plaintiff hunliaiul. J.andI.uoy UHarrMI ."tl 1. 1>t

thought they were looking at an 4 y his head hanging dejectedly. of young boys on the liquor question lit nl. PafftmlantM. tire uit-. "':,It!

ordinary rail splitter. When peo- i I.lj. Some few hours later he was at which came to light at the recent *ili.riitfftii.il. IIH I'Ip"I'I..1, who Mimtvr wait thwinlit'In ChaiH'cry appoint.nl to -I

ple saw John Bunyan mending :"" the Happy Hour Tavern the centerof youth conference held In BclIlngham .xaciit the sum,, will on Monday.
did Dot know ;. admiring and If the truth th. Ci h ilay of Nov.iinli.*r, I 911%. iliirIntr
puts and pans they an Wash. the loKikl hour. of sale, b for. '
they were looking at the man who / be told a somewhat drunken The discussions of these boys tha '', 'In,,"* door In Htarktf, {
'J I
r.I\\
would write in many ways the ; group. With many gestures he coming from all over the Pacific bldilnr Florida,for I'"h.to tit*the hlKhcitt following and ba.t Ce.scrIh.i \>,!

moat beautiful book ever writtenin .. ., ..-......... .>. ""- "'t- was explaining his new circus trick Northwest, showed the aerioucineseswith ,. lundn. """"'., lytnir and h.., ,vj
-V- his own words the ,IIIK In nruilfiird County, Florida, to.
any language. People saw a 0.,1' w :' ,- which was. In which they considered wltt I't

monk going on his knees up a his son Stubby. most baffled Windy. He would "Good that enough just fine His I Impossible. .. L __ subject of drinking.. The _following --V The NW of the 81014' of the SWlinf
stairway In Rome. They thoughtthey young have been horrified to know thatit "Well and he "So I'm gonna uo it,-- ne announced were among the pointed onser- Moo SB;Tp, Mouth' of lianati ,.
monk "Up Leo up. tenderness that repelled words dwindled off vaguely solemnly Then he enlarged the : IIn"t, Pint: of the H, A. I* lUllroit.l, "<',
just looking at a was his very vatlons quoted by press MHO Htl-B-llJ. "
were "Whv of UK'/ of aWli '
The lion cub, round and chubbyas possessingno peered about the room. theme. lie would drinks Sins !' ...t.. .
but Ihey were wrong. They were her. For Cora on his "I think the fellow who ala l o all of III..ok No. I In <
Martin Luther. Peoplewent its four year old trainer rolled will or mind of her own required Cora" he said with disappointment, have a tiger riding an elephant docs because he think. it Is vlllo. In Heo 8&-S-S2 alno all that "
at so NWViMHII
NWV of
looking do that ot
to
%
reached want
to a ball game in Chicago over on its back then the firm dominating hand of u "now what'd you crib and send them both through a .mart" Hurt. 3. r.llri2: Ivhiv )'as( of rlhI.ofway ::1:
'I the tiny whip being for?" He stepped toward the kerosene- of 5. A., I.. Railroad i.
and a man make a famous playfully for master to lead her out of the peril- large steel hoop tied in "Some weak fellows drink because -
saw
'held over him. morbid despair. I placed in one corner. waste which would: but chiefly N'if NW14 of NWV4\ or Sun SB, ;
I of soaked cotton do,
play. They did not know they ous quagmire other fellows Tp I It H of Kiina- II0). ailS morepartluuiariy
cold !
were looking at Billy Sunday the Large blue eyes clouded over Windy placed a gentle consoling Cora daubed savagely at the be set afire. they drink because their parents doncrlbnrt aa l .alnnlnir :,

popuTar evangelist. The man who and the small dimpled chin quiv- arm around her. "Aw come on cream on her" face. "Let him alone. There was a chorus of dissenting do." 5 H. of at NW Haniio ool'I'.F..r..t: R,>u and' II'rJr: ; r,

Dwight L. Moody his first ered. "He won't do nothln' Pop. tell Windy what happened He's asleep yells. "I think the Influence and habits nine Kant UiO f..t to tha H. A. UItyi
;
job gave did not know that he was employing Ain't I trainln' him right?"' Honey?" It was almost as If he were "No, I'm not" Stubby said "It.a a marvelous Idea Windy" of parents explain most of the with I thonct tha Went Miuttt Rlda I of and the iinnillitl a. A. l,, ,r"

one of the mightiest servants immediately erased nls talking to Stubby. promptly sitting up straight. Hastings said dubiously. "It would drinking of our young people." it,. San fnot! t henna Wttat to tliaHi'itlon t'

the Lord Jesus Christ ever grin.Windy. "Oh sure" he said seriously."You're Cora tore away from his arm Windy ran his hair.fingers"You throughthe don't get a lot of dough Into the box of "I think that when young folk and Ufti 1 linn them dlvldlnir North Hurtlimn 83(1( feet 84 to n '
s.
had A little baby born in the a swell trainer. You'redoln' in there" she tousled curly fice. But you're up against see that drinking makes fools of tlm point oC ucclnnliiKAlMo .
"It's those people to sleep Stub without your Pop Both cats and from drink cnmntaiulnii at the HWunrnor J",
proposition. them
go tough It
the great. adults keeps
be "
clenched ,
next home to you may through of ,
okay. said bitterly tuckln' in d<- you? fire" of Hu!!. an, Tp IK :\ \
est genius the world ever saw. All shook his head In silent realized It until to- you bulls don't like ing." llHiiKu S. U and rosining Id. on
j Stubby "I never his lips J
are a small teeth. Stubby nodded and put Windy stabbed his forefinger Into When the young men of our day th. H.<'tlon I Una I 1120, feet| t han,*
| life Is precious. AH men then held up don't care about my tellln' a ..'. W..t IUD ',
negation night. They to his father's ear. 'N chest for emphasis. accusations, I it North 4.0 r" IlIu.
becauae all men he almost slideThey're Hastings' make such strong teat to the '
worth laving "Up Leo. up breakaway foot I Ilionia Hull I h 440
I
must live somewhere V forever and hoop. But, sniffing disdainfully, act about my a figure !In story." L _. "Scared as they Is of fire they's Is time for adults to heed their ,,,,It, of 'boa-lnnliiK i.
begged. applauding tellln' a bedtime siory.Sure : because they .
"An you more scared of me. I'ntitalnlnir' In all 8S acr> non
ever. the cub started to amble away. tights!" !" Windy held his his arm*. 'em behave." warning or Inca mm bolnir In I :'
C stooped over the enclosure head and know I can make Very truly nnd I US lowimhlp 6 South ofItunxa :,
Windy the scruff Windy scratched his Scrambling to his feet Stubby lie bent down and placed hH Publicity Dept., W. C. T, U. at Kant, 't
This article is being dictatedIn and picked It up by looked at her In bewilderment. climbed Into them, snuggling to hifather's signature on the contract "And Sources: Union Signal Aug. 10-- with the apf>iirtnaric... "Maid, lain, 1
the office of the writer at the of its neck. I can't hardly blame them broad chest contentedly. that five grand tu h* tnadu iiurmiHiit to said Uaorao t<,
Stubby "Well know what 1935."l'obltlrel. and ooata, .\\iI
14
tha
do It Pop" you Sept. to "atl fy mtma .
Bob Jones In Cleveland "Make him said with tender ? Cora
College in his eyes for that Cora he "What are you doing bonus Is for? That's for Stubby V .- n. K rrcriRYMAN.A ,
Tennessee. We opened school on said tears of chagrin on his raillery."I demanded sharply for the best private school In the "'''Idom Teeth"Dear Hp.i' 'UI Aluatcr In Chancery., 'R-

September 4, and on the opening Windy squatted down his largo don't want people to like me "Puttln him to bed like always"was country and then college. After EdltorrWhat O-.O-tt-lll-U' \ V

night I conducted an evangelistic haunches and placed little fellow' that!" There was a hot tense the matter-of-fact reply as I that If he wants to join the circushe and when are "PoliticuWisdom
service. This has been our customever palms on the for lowered Into, be t
square him gingerly as she glared fiercely into Stubby was gently can. And If he'd rather a teeth ?" OV,5RkES
touched
since we started our college shoulders. He pause again. Then the blankets be one of
he'll
timidity for he husband's eyes "Not anyone- the crip lawyer or a doctor Maybe, you will decide, that this !
with her
years ago. On our first night this: almost that of her words was were tucked In all around. those" question should be addressed to the

year there were thirty-five youngmen had never quite overcome the The significance I Cora watched the little ceremony And at this moment Stubby was Question and Answer column but '
beholding unmistakable.
and women who on a straight first awed thrill on that had eyed her apeculatlvely with undisguised jealousy lying awake his amall heart poundIng !- 'haps your readers con answer ,
Windy pet
Invitation Jesus Christ mite of pink flesh at Martha with aoddly breath as
to
accept tiny know better I'd sweetyou've She glanced scarcely daring to for themselves through their own
a gray didn't
world on I
as their personal Saviour and to emerged into the "If been talking to Martha.." uncertain air. he listened to his mother and Martha good judgment.Those< "

surrender to Him as Lord got up November morn. when Stubby: "Well what if I have? My ..111ter's Windy seated himself beside the sitting In the half-light their words were used In a recent "

out of their seats and came down His son! It was that Windy: the only one who cares what crib. "Now lemme see" he began shadows flickering weirdly on the : editorial In the Lake City Re '

to the front. I have been in evangelistic was just one hour old portentously. "Where did I leave Nail Humming up the geological
to solemn to me. porter.
a
work for a great many had groped his way that had happens sighed deeply. There was: off last night?" "Look at you' 'Martha was sayIng (oration of the presently rumored

years so I think I have had conclusion. Everything had I Windy: in his voice only resigned "That's right. I was bringing in an angry raucous whisper, I' candidates< for our next governor

enough experience to know when happened in his life heretofore motion.I no reproach disappointment. "Oh then' back all them animals I"capturedIn "he's cowed you as completely as they listed one aspirant
III is genuine. been just so much waste have Africa. Well now he poked of his animals '
evangeistlc service of again I might If you were one from Jacksonville, one or two from
When I saw those young men and Now in this tiny counterpart great shel here that was what upset you." his finger at his forehead as i If rhat'. what he's done. lIe's coarsened Miami, one from Tampa and

young women undo rthe influence himself, he possessed the one for known Stubby's hand Cora to prod thought. "The ship was you and he's doing the same wound up the list with these word,

of a simple Gospel message surrender I glorious reason for being alive Snatching him through the door. slnkln fast The waves was big- thing to your son. He'll make a "From the smaller town Fort'

their lives to Jesus Christ existing at all. had pulled was still staring Into gern mountains and the wind" woohowlin' beast out of him too" Myers may place a candidate In Its
Windy Windy Ha
I tlw In Stubby bustling louder'n a calliope. Cora said with
found myself wishing that For Hastings came "Stop It Martha twenty-six year old county judgewho
one
Stubby when "You ,
modernists we dubbed him space higher smiled slyly at the boy. "You're driving me time to
who are saying promptly the In. "Say Windy Cora's a muffled cry. has not yet had the -
touching eh
have to have a new religion for finger tentatively button of a nose than a kite again. She walkedoff know how a calliope goes mad" Martha crossed cut: his political wisdom teeth." UP TO ,.a ...s .i ..b.vss7 ..., I
little 7"This word
young people could see how young short her bows. Without a It had said Judge Wardto -
something that be without taking Stubby's cue a part of her hn. they a... m high .......
people who are normal and intelligent he at last had he could "Well Dan" Windy began placatlngly was "Who-o-o. ," the room and picked up whom they referred-"had not I .. ..... ,.. ...

respond to the same Gospel longed to him someone could and "we just gotta play along the nightly game. his fatherIn and cloak. yet cut" those symbolic grinders ..* bsk a& tb tWat ::l.tile.
that moved their mothers and fathers love someone that She'll be all right he howled then joined "Don't leave me Martha. Cora'seyes the argument would have been .h ... O-k4 "

in years gone by. Many of would call on the great yearning with "Cora.Then just anger flared m uproarious laughter. darted about frantically. She centered on his ability only. But .V ... .*, lead U

our churches and ministers and deeps of affection in his heart.., again. Cora's all right Windy nodded appreciatively. raised' her arms! In an abasement the statement specifically brings r s' l4is.i Hda.hs.Iadlg.ti.s I

most of our educators have been His wife Cora? Scarcely realizing him 'Til tell you.Martha's here and "That's a pretty good calliope of supplication. "I'll do anythingyou In the question as to what age a ... a .... dI

mistaken In what peopleant It himself. Windy had long ago but her sister Into her head from a little fellow like you." He want only don't leave me man must attain to go throughthat .... .......... Al 1 I "' .
young establishing I a she puts Ideas brow. "Now I don'tremember .. .... '
of his
'em wrinkled ? J.kr
want hope make alone experience.So ;
here
painful
not up supposedly
Young people do given and peace Cora's as good as they If I told but In addition f J I .. I
the and the bond of understanding the plague on you -- be It understood that we are .. "I''
modernistic religion Vaguely, he her sister an' elephants hItI& .. a belt
modernistic education many of between themselves. wherein but He kicked as a chair: to lion an' tigers carryin'cargo s (What U Mxrthu'n next 5t4'I'ow not weighing relative abilities. --- .... Dl.sss. = ;

them are getting. They want the blamed himself. But just two legs. "I'd give my right that ship was of that she h_ gained this victory The Constitution of the United .. .ink ftU ..: ;

real l thing in religion and the real his fault lay he could never quite disconsolately.didn't hafta' sit around of "0 He pondered So, ? How will It affect Windy States allows persons of twenty- .. _.....vN4 ....... r
arm If I coconuts. They was In crates. Don't mU* naziveek' vU.Du... Uz7r'b.... ..
thlllg In education. In many lntances determine.He to her jawln' tonight. be any Stubby five year. or over and those thirtyor '
Stubby'Trainla' listen all gonna'
held the cub up to and his throat sug when I saw we was exciting Instalbnrnt.) more years to determine the ,
religious
we have forced a clearing ,
he .
kid" Hastings .
job W. drowned any minute .--
Inn an educational program upon him's "Now your don't yotwants' gestively. "I can fix tonight. going to let him go to Steeplechailng In America began destiny of this great Nation as 1M ssa.. J I '" ..-. .' ;

the young people of this country said solemnly.- animal trainer got business to attend to." "Are you party?" Martha asked In Canada. where English officers members of the U. S. House and ..... .. .-... .... ''f
that stag ,
big the JI
*nlch has destroyed In many ?fthell1 be a "Huh" at Montreal and Senate respectively. Surely
sarcasm. quartered
audible
grow up? Inatead of Cora with lesser House members-who propose ...
the nobler I have when you contract. around
Impulses. "Your new turned meetings.
Like you. we'll do It Windy hastily Toronto, gave and on the spending of / '"
Poken to than "Uh-huh. tomorrow pass I ,
more young people me Ifyou waltln' till talk to you .
like gonna'
be I was ,
can you doubtful'They "Yeah, examinations billions of the taxpayer's money- I
nybody my age In the world and "Well how work 'steadof tonlht." Windy seemed that. Hastings ut] So stringent are bar << .
shOUld like to tell everyone thatthere ask me to do your?" Someday, Cant object of it's business girls about wants to throw a little celebration today that only 463 out of were Judged by our Nation's Illustrious l// ".. .1'1 I f 1
he "cut
have
Is with doin' It yourself the set-up. We take 1000 aspiring lawyers ever founder to
nothing the matter exultantly he will I Now here' for tbe new contract. He every '1:
young do not thought Windy contract over to the Happy them. their political wisdom teeth" evenat "
people pass
except they taller'n mi! that beln as Its business.
'U\
Itt tall while you'rerrl says '
like me
enough of the old time Gos- be swinging along Hour TavernAnd : '
1.f 1. maybe and we'll go

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORb COt, )" JTt TELEGItAPR!: !: ITARKE!! n.onmA FRIDAY, tkCTO'

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:( Bradford County Telegraph Maybe You've TOO LATE ODD---BUT TRUE

'1. Established 1877 1

.' MEMBERFLORIDAPRESS = Heard It, But TO CLASSIFY
; r Mr RUMBII.Ii. KAY AIO. 3z6,403APPARATUS
J \ ....... ho..1.
ASSOCIATION \ .Secretary, Florid. Preaa Ana IIPI'IIL! FOR PREVENTING

.f 1935 V) Oyster; Orgy for Ogre No.3eewo3 COLLISIONS/ |
.,.. OF I RAILWAY: TRAINS
.t .., :J.ot.ma.'td 7eotlLtfdz .>-./ Governor Sholtz's "Oyster Week With all thl..nice sunshine and --.. -.-

-- -- -- .. .. ...- --. -- .-. October 1, through October 8, will oft gentle breeze business just -"I' THE INVENTION PROVIDES AN ELECT21C
j Published Weekly on iiidays and Entered as Second Class have to struggle along without th$ getUn' able' -to* hobble around PILOT'PROPELLCO IN ADVANCE OF TW=gt
t\ support of this column. We have wearln that _
and fewer folks
again,
Matter at the Post( Office at Starke, Florida TRAIN.ON THE FLAT CAR is A
been DUMMY
violently anti-oyster ever worried look, I sure hate to sounda \1 I.
j .._ .- ---' .- -- __ since learning that the hearts of pessimistic note and start throw- (;:). rte' c_ Li_ \ FIGURE' OF A MAN WHICH E3'f CO'WEN\E.' \

f. E. L. Matthews------------------------Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION these little mollusks continue to In' banana peeUn's around, but DEVICES IS MADE TO THROW UP BOTH

I B = -- -- -. --. .. .... -- -- .. boat for several minutes after they still I consider it my duty to warn HANOS AT EACH REVOLUTION OP
THB
i'' are swallowed by callous oyster.
RATEYearly eaters. In our crusade against you.I've been nosein about the state WHEELANO STRIKE THE\ GONG WITH

$1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance cruelty to oysters on-the-half shell I'' a bit the past week and I've noted A HAMMER.' TO FRIGHTEN' CATTtfrFTZ.OAA I

Advertising Rates on Application we even went so far as to publisha that the political barometer is fall. THE TRACK: AND TO ANNOIJNCEI!

---- .. .. .. .. .. little poem several years ago depicting In' like It never fell before. If THE APPROACH OF A TRAIN.

Man wants but little here below, but it Is always a little oyster torn the from suffering her of young a mama and: I'm a any new Judge all time, It's low.flxln to dropto

doomod to die in the stomach of a DOBSN'THBGET. YEM.BUT 1 WISMWE'D \
more.
clouds
I've seen gather
political
dyspeptic gentleman named Funtc- PLAY
MARVELOUS MUSIC /
before' but thick and
never aa
o houser. So vivid was the picture 'WAIT Tiu.
black and threatenln' as they'recomin' FROM THAT
)1 There is nothing that improves an onion like a goodY that several of our readers vow up right now. There's a BELL THE COW3 I
they cannot look a raw oyster in COME
teak to with it. storm a comln. that will be more fl
go the face to this day. (As if they C1. FtOME"fp
tlylt
o could tell where a raw oyster'sface furious and last' longer than any ,,
la.) so-called "Act of God"' that ever .UNK !

It's a good idea ,to get out of a rut even if you have to It la contorting to know that happened to us "- ,

(. .tear UD the road to do it this column is not alone In Its anil- Boy, I mean, It's gonna be a .

oyster campaign. Some years agoa Lulat! There'll be enough hot air
0f. and wind behind It to blow i
campaign was opened in Ala. every pfryfnYA.sy
f.. A real Hitlerite is the one who can say "swastika" with. bama to "nave the oyster from the body's hair on end from Pensacolato

.out'sounding like a'sneeze.r ", excruciating pain of being eaten Key West and 'when the blowin' -

alive," and a bill was drafted making starts it'a, gonna be mighty i
0 it a criminal offence to swallow hard to find ftny,cover it'll just

r: There are 500 species of fleas known to exist and most an oyster until it had been humanely hit everywhere, at once, from .
< slaughtered. The promo cross roads to congested corners. GOOD IDEA FOR MOTORISTS WHO WELLFANCY!

4\: dogs seem to have one of each kind. ter of the measure made an elo- When It reaches the full height of ARE INCLINED TO FALL ASLEEP AT MEETING YOU IT'5 A

s iI+ 0 quent speech in the state legislature Its fury I'm bettln there won't bea THE WHEEL.LET. THE OTHER HERE SMALL I
on the nervous system and vacant stump left in the state,
1 The fellow in debt worries until he gets out and then delicate feelings of oysters but and the wind will howl around 'em DUMMY WATCH OUT- FOR ACCIDENTS- II WORLD

worries for fear he will get back in. failed to get his bill made law. like It never howled before. Great AFTER ALL,
gusts of economy will swirl aroundour ISM'T IT
Even from England come reports -
n ears and the air will be charged I i
of activities by Intrepid
!I Because they're made of clay some youngsters think it a groups of what we shall call Oys- and counter-charged. The clap
teretts for want of a better name. trap of political thunder will be sti Bo
: good enough excuse for raising sand. deafening. You may think you've
One of the leaders, a Dr. Kitchtner,
0 been through a storm or two but
jf. still eats them raw yet begs the
11 Why should the AAA have to control cotton? We always true oyster-lovers to treat "the lit boy, you just wait 'till THIS one

tle favourite so that It should hits you and you'll find out. -
thought the boll weevil tended to that. ART
N ...
hardly be conscious of being ejected And they can go on ahead and .w.

0 from Its lodging until it feels locate their little old weather bureau l ::.. Dewe.al.bv'.w en

J It's an important change in a man's life when he stops the teeth of the gourmet ticklingit at Miami? Jacksonville, Tallahassee -- .

'i hiding his and begins bragging about it. to death." or any other point an1
age Unlefa tJ
said
"LOSS OF FACE"The certlflenle.hull be
I'm tellln' ,they won't be
If you want to observe "OysterWeek' you anymore deemed according to law In* d.-M
0 go ahead, but don't come able to, chart the comln' thing a great nation dreads. will Issue thereon nn the lath dn
: What has become of the old fashioned Fall dry spells: whining around us if your con storm than they were the last one, J From Other Pens II most of all Is "loss of face." OnceIt of Octoberj.A.llth D.. day 1035.it Si>pt mWj

\"; that dried up all the wells in Bradford County? science keeps you awake at night. with the wind blowln' in all direction has embarked on a course how- A. D, im.A. J.
( at once and tidal waves ever unwise subsequent events THOMAS
Clerk of C'lrcult Court
t6 0- Murphy And The LadlesA of tax 'revision and social security FRIENDLINESS OF COUNTRY may make it seem a nation often Bradford Cuuiitv. Florida

,i; Some day children will be asking for stories about the little Item in the London weepln 'over?t e !state from end NEIGHBORSAn goes to the end, no matter how (OFFICIAL, SEAL) 9-13-6t-10.il

& three Baera : the movie actor, the radio star and the ex-prize. Morning Post had us puzzling aU to end. unusual tribute to the nelgh- great the price. The national hon MASTEH'S HUH
week. Just what kind of seating The old constitution we been fly- borllness of country people Is given or Is Involved, the national pre*' NOTICE In hereby given that unl
;1 fighter. arrangement do English automo- In from the capitol domes at by a gifted city woman who tlge abroad, and these are princl. der and by virtue 'Of a Final l>poi>.,
of foreclnNiire made and rendered I
)M 0 biles have, and what constitutes"full Washington and Tallahassee will moved with her husband far out pies It will battle for. the Honorable A. Z. AclklnH. Judgl II

One is a crowd if its some fellow with a pet theory for control" of a motor car? probably be torn to ribbons by the Into the country and entered Into That psychological fact explains, dlclat of the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida.of the In. and 8th Ju f...IKradford
} Here' the article: blast; the air will be so full of the production' of genuinely artistic aa well as anything can, the reason County. In (C'hiinrcrv dulled
curing the ills of the world which he insists that listen
you We It from The September 18th. 11.15. In. thai
'I "Mr. Hugh Murphy, Shlrland- alphabetical combinations and other pottery. quote why the dispute between Ethiopiaand

to. road, London, was at Eastbourne debris that you and me and the Progressive Farmer-: Italy has now broadened until -, certain between online The Federal therein lately Land, Hiinh prndlnf il

f 0- yesterday fined two pounds for other four or five voters will think "The thing that'makes me con the peace of Europe.-and per. Columbia Plaintiff and ,n P, Rlil
don et, al Defendant, the lindfrlnlffned
? There was one good thing about the day of the horse and driving a motor-car while not In a we're swlmmln',*round in alphabet r tent and supremely happy in my haps the peace of the entire world who? wan therein nppnlmr|
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position to have proper control."A oup. world in the backwoods Is the -ls In grave danger. Italy began aa Special Master In Clmnrirr I ti
carriage had to stop and look for ignition keys to I' execute the ..same will on :Monday
; you never police-sergeant stated that Every poor guy who draws as friendliness of my country neigh her Ethiopian /campaign in the the 4th day. of November I9J5. durlIng

t a buggy. the car, a small two-seater, struck much a* a dlmef state, or federal bors. apparent belief that It would en the legal houm of ante, lii-forf
Court House door In
the Stirk-f
o the kerb. Mr. Murphy was sitting money ,Is goon!!, find himself out "Their kindness to each other Is tall her relatively little trouble; Florida sell to the hlithcMt and br-l

'. I between two young women. All on a limb! wth| ,yii",hurricane howl- as Christ would have It. When a that she would take over the bidder for cash the following:: d'
Norris Dam is almost However 'we're'i errlbei lands, situate, and, Itti
The IvhiK
; complete. three were In bathing dresses. The in' 'round his ears, and a flock of farmers is too sick to plow, his; black empire, establish a protectorate Ing In Bradford County, Florida, t In
.' afraid we haven't heard the last of the Hearst dam and the defendant was not in a position to birds tryln' to< Baw off, the limb neighbor does It for him. If a of some kind and reap the wit:

!{; Talmadge dam.Roosevelt reach the accelerator or foot- whllo a bunch of others will be house Is to be built there is 'a rewards of Ethiopia's great oil and NW&R%\ of of SWM HW14 of of.SW"fMl\ and, of.8'4'*.e,
;
N brake. busy fix In' to chop the whole blamed working' and the house Is complet mineral resources resources lion 27. TownHlilp 8. ]TUing Mcontaining

y "Mr; Murphy declared that he tree down at.the base. ed. When there Is illness or want, which Italy vitally needs inasmuch with the appurtennnrpK.28 acreH, ....ld..1!

'fl, is letting business have a breathing spell. It's had full control of the car." If any congressman>gets out In there Is a pounding. It the illness aa at the present time she to be mad. pumuant. to nail. nacre.

better than the gasping spell business has been undergoing in We knew all the time that for the open he'll be hit in the head continues, so does the pounding.My must Import almost all natural to satisfy E.' the K. PKRRVMAV.As name: and i-oxta.

eign motors have steering wheelson with a Townsend plank that will neighbors nurse each other, for products from other countries. Special Mauler In Chnnrtnl

recent years. the/ right hand side Instead of knock him crazier than he is. a paid nurse Is unknown and doctors Apparently II Duce did not fore 9-20-61-10-18

) o on the left but we never yet When the north Florida candidates a great luxury. They sus see Britain's reaction to his course onDER OF P(1ILICA'1'It/i' ATe|

;i The Palm Beach Times wistfully remarks that at onetime heard of a model that has them In' step across the well known canalIn lama and comfort each other when England possesses the greatest of: NOTICE NOTICE IB hereby TO APPhlll gives; to THAT J

t l' all the administration had to think about was where to the middle. Mr. Murphy's stunt of search of votes they'll probably j death stalks among them. They all empires and not the least Im- and wife, MA'nVY... the, '
I heel fib
Hill of has
automobile while seated make the coffins Complaint
driving an for their dead
portant of It is her African
drown in the salt water and if any. phase against! you and each of roe In "'1
} seat Dolly Gann. between two young ladles should\ Tampa candidate, thinks he can They dig the graves and bury their holdings. When the British lion flrowlt Court of Bradford O"lInll|
be considered the neatest trick of friends with loving hands. saw that another country was Florida In Chancery, In that rev
carry Marlon County, he'll find out lain entitled The I'.dora
:' A two-year-old girl with vocabulary of 1,000 words has the week: The fact.that he could what ';Phooey'' means. "Only country folks, It seems to about to embark on an African adventure .Land cause Bank of Columbia, Plain II
a reach neither the accelerator nor .. me know the Inner meaning of hu he awoke. When he came versus. T. J, lay and wife M.i'"' III)Jet
been found. Now we know who's been writing those movie the brake detracts slightly from If there's any, particular state, manity. Being remotely situated to believe that this adventure It al,, Defendants,the to folluwln foretloie""IMnrtiracernverlntr ]

,1 magazine articles. the honor but can well be under' federal or county board, commis- one is' forced to look within for carried to its conclusion, would ascribed lands, situate IvinK and bf-ff
*
sion or bureau. that you're especially Ins In the County of Bradford i dW
stood. What we can't understandIs { pleasures and for strength. And step hard on his toes he' roared.
o of Florida, to-wit:
why we should get so worked up fond of..you better get busy one can read with) no Interruptions.Away : English diplomats naturally' claim H''.! of S'/j\ of HKV, and 5I'4'nt : ;''
a A New York has ruled that hearse is anchorln' It to the ground an.iboardin' of Sec;. 18: NK
judge a a pleasure over a guy who goes sporting all the windows it from tho,jjlare of_ streetlights I that England is taking her present NCo. 82: and NW"of Her 171
,,1 vehicle. It seems to us that this would depend somewhat up- around the English countryside In up or one can observe the moon i part In the dispute for purely lea* 8Mi of 8U. of SWV. of STWi.
may be blown so tar and high thatnobody1 of See. 14. all In Township
and
dress"Ed. stars and to
a "bathing listen the pinesaa
dispassionate
on who was inside. to find all and peace-loving reasons South RaitRe- East, containInir -
U be.able .
ever
( Note: The spelling of curb the winds play flpon them. -but most expert observer 2fe acres more or teas.
j 0 in the above quotation Is not a the pieces. "These are the things I love are of the opinion that England THKREFORB.! you and earnyon h..h u
named In'thl* Notice are
Mussolini is flxln' to
;;, More farmers in Oregon own automobiles than farms. I typographical error. That's the do What Mr. three most in the country." would be much more aloof if she required to Appear to the aid 811.

:( Well they had to have to ride to town to their way they spell it in Jolly ole' TLun- to Ethiopia ain't one, two + did not feel her own Empire In. of Complaint ..o filed November agnlnst, 1 ran>I',Ion
aF) some way get 'non) to what some guys I know are fix- TWO LESSONS FROM danger' at the the' Court 4th day.. of. '!: ,:. r-||
In' to do to few other birds hereIn Decree. onfeeso "
'fir AAA checks cashed. I a ANDREW JOHNSONIt Most dramatic Ida; other wine, a Pf.1 !
recent event'Is
.' this state audit special police, will be entered analnut you|
\ 0 Smut In The Mull and state militia la now sixty years since Andrew the announcement that Italy Is to and each of you, for failure 'in asp

,! ; The League of Nations says Italy and Ethiopia cannot Perhaps you've received those ain't deputy enough sheriffs, why there's still the Johnson died, but America U mobilize 10,000,000 men-her en "*??::' IS' ORDERED that this not ..
lurid announcements from the Fal- r
to
Just beginning appreciate his feu
tire fighting force. This is of week tor |
7 be published once a
J war until after December 4. Just to give Mussolini a chance staff Press Inc., of sex books that regular army. s., real worth and greatness Johnsonhad course, simply a gesture-but it consecutive weeks In the ":''"d"''.JI 1

to count ten, no doubt. may be had anywhere from $60 Altogether, It looks like a good been a tailor's apprentice and Is the kind of gesture which con County' general Telegraph circulation, a n.w.PIP'havlnt. In lrRd

up or down. If you have it might time will be had by all. but If you Judge W. W. Pepper had been a tributes nothing to the cause of Florida I D
f 0 are fix In' to go mUltn" 'round In dhllloift day of PI.mb.r, A
Interest you to learn that the office blacksmith. What an inspiring peace, and much to the of
., When those heavyweight opera stars all get into the manager of this firm la being the storm I'd advise you to get story both of two' men's. friendship cause 1835. A.' J THOMAS

? movies that mammoth screen someone invented several years held in $1,000 ball for sending objectionable yourself a good. cfrow's slicker-slicker and of their triumph over war.The American State department Clerk nf Bradforu Circuit County Court: Fl riu..|
other If
than the ( possible,
ago will certainly come in handy advertisements through of poverty and lack of education is Is atm taking no sides-. it Is apparently 0-4-St-ll-l
and good pair hip
t a sturdy
the mall "against the peace of the this: Pepper while serving as determined that if
11iIane'OrNT14
won't cake to. possible 11ft
boots that the mill flRCTIT COIKT.
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United States and their dignity know'about Judge went to a blacksmith shop the resources of America ....onll','. I" I" "
fi'I, t A rich California rancher has ordered a radio receiving We suppose that others in I dont: you but and made a pair of tongs' and shove will dot be employed ,to pull foreign A{;l'InY.I. Liquidator tor
after, observin' all the M SMITH ae
personally : ,
set to be placed in his coffin. We can't imagine anyone want Starke have been pestered with horrible results that happen to n el for his friend Andrew Johnson chestnuts out of the Ilre.- Bradford ,County .liMnk. "orpo""
this type of advertising nuisance. who had Just been elected Gover- Industrial News Review. tlon,
ing to keep up with things as they are now. These circulars usually rate the man when he gets Into politics nor of Tennessee whereupon +*. Plaintiff(:'ane So. 41SARA. \
.: I'm mighty glad that I don't drink.BRITISl1 v.'
i basket their Identity Johnson sitting In the me. KT M.
, o trash as Boon as up nights The new German dirigible LZ- E.SWEAT
'"* is disclosed but a recent one l Governor's office in Nashville, pro- 129 will Inaugurate trans-Atlantic DefendantsTake :d..I'n'd
A scientist has found a way whereby deaf people can HURRICANE notice that .
J the d. '
so far surpassed others In smuttiness ceeded to make a suit of clothes airship service Masts by finalIn
between Special
; hear through their teeth. If the subjects have false teeth That old question what's In a Europe and entitled cause app. nlnl".
1 that our attention was for Pepper I So much for a beau North America soon. the above .....
:, .that is what is known as remote control. gained through sheer surprise that name f still sticks. An 80-mile an tiful lesson of two men's friend and ed, will during, pursuant the. legal to house" l"y\\0iaI l

w l- such matter would be allowed in hour wind that has Just swept ship. Our other lesson from John Irene Dunne signed her ,first on Monday the 7th hllfh.ot !
0 snd
i the
over Great Britain doing a lot otdama&e A. D 1U5. sell to
the malls. We won't quote excerpts son Is that of serenity. In his later acting contract cash at the tl
with bidder for
ink best
, t One state will pinch all automobiles that don't keep up a from the advertising here was a "gale." The same years In the White House for and has used only that green color door ot the County Cmrrthnu.e II"

J'Ji 'speed of thirty-five miles or better. What are some of these because this column hasn't $1000to thing coming from the West Indies Ions months he had to stand his since, ever Star"" Bradford' Count:: ..fLelll
reached .hoW: hAlf
would when It here thLots IIwJ.nf :
;ro :second-hand models that can't go that fast going to do? spare right now. However anew be a "furious Florida hurricane." ground against foes so bitter and ----. I. II snd I. .aU In Itlno'k ,t of
low In bad taste seemed to be powerful that they lacked bat one If a transport pilot should stay th. orl.lnal town ot I..rk" FloridA.
0 reached' In a sentence that promised Out on the wild and wooly prairies vote of driving him from the off an airway for three except a strip of land 70 feet of"'IuariIn

'i There isn't any substitute for brains, asserts a writer. gasping readers "Love-group Illustrations where used to this writer with, as the youngster Indians, White House impeached and disgraced his authority to fly over It months Is auto the IX Northwest of the original cornerBloek town.a"f Oil
and entire book text roam -and yet historians testify It.rke Florida. sold 10 sandard
lie should stand on the street corner the next time a group of such winds were common on beau that matically Canceled Company of Kentucky, a corpora'linn.
flesh-colored Johnson determined
printed In color on upon insuring :
loafers explaining what's wrong with the country. tiful, sunshiny days and we called and d.errlbed a. foilo'ahS'glnnlnf ,
begin
y paper especially made as symbolic. a square deal for the under 0'1'11'1 OF APPLICATIONNOTTCEFoII : at tiE corner 91adi.eStreet. .

: 0 of this ,sex classic!" them "cephyrs.St. Petersburg 'dog, was "the most, tanqull TAX HEKKBY nv.Fn OIVRN, section., and of Walnut run thence and IIInulh alnaf

14' ,, A scientist has said that the biggest problem of the future ; Times. man in Washington" So may an ti That. n-r'T P.*Smith Cerllileat.' holder No..eia of a .por-InKth the .East thence.dllL'Fast ot and Walnut parallel 8tte'1feel Whit
Atta Bay. Vandy unfaltering dedication to duty ... !' .
.d
H. dayof AUKust. A.' D. 11211. t.. t 70 feet Ih.nce 1"
will be to prevent men from overworking. He might be you won't know It when It gets re- write and travel and he has more bring peace Inside us no matter ham filed maid certificate In mr .>r. and Madison parallel *with Walnut Slro.t

,:? a student of science, but he certainly isn't a student of human you won't kno wit when it gets re- money than he could possibly spend what outside storms may ra&e-! d."t flee and to 'laau.mad.thereon application In accordance for taw feet to thence South Went edge alone ot, M.d.. oetrseq

nature. blocked) Is off to one of the Van- during the remainder of his life so The I Progressive Farmer. with. law. Said portion of certificate. edge of Madison' Street 70 f..t'::;
Mr. Vanderbilt + embrace th. following deacrlbed of ,I.'r1.roaltDwn :
derbUt boys who upon inheriting why work says e point nllnt..nf"
0 several million dollars last week and so say we. Let him out of the The prominent airplane manufacturer property, 1
L-:/, The postof f ice department will issue a new three-cent frankly admitted that he had rather way and make room for somebody Vincent Benedix predicts 8outh-We Quarter. Quarter of 8outh-We and NorthWest with the tenement., h..r""tam..n"
j than work. None of this who really needs the Job. Anyone that In ten years' time ter, Section Quar. and appurtenances thy rtdnlnKnng'
'-' stamp commemorating the completion of Boulder'Dam ThJ play 2(. Townehlp 7 South hag.or J' sny ;
"Millionaire's Son Begins As Office who works when he doesn't have planes equipped with many devicesto Range U East. containing' IIG acre ;.:, PIcRRTMAN.Special .
issued dam commemorating the arrival of the three- more or 1._ Maeter.KNICIHT .
J public a : Boy" stuff for young Mr. to Is either putting on an act or make flying saffWll sell for as The KNIGHT

.;} cent stamp. Vanderbilt. He like. to hunt and Is psychopathic. Now don't argue. low as ,$ OO. In under the the name::iu1r.tli.r.of:H.nrx: Friedman was: I ,Attorney-20-aT-at-19-4 for plaintiff J

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