Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02510
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TOO EDITIONTO And Plan to Plant More Next YearBy

TELEGRAPH NEXT RED KERCE ticipated at the close of next sea- I COLLECT

II' nt1S1ELL! KAY WEEK A self-supporting community Is son. Old time farmers of the .
.,..,. Florid. Pre. A like a goal man, neither can be Brooker section refer to their "

Celebrating the completion of \ LINE kept down community as "tha garden spot ot

NotE!: Mr. Kay's column the rock foundation on the Starke- Brooker, about eighteen miles Bradford," and they are rightfullygaining SCOBYJJOND

(igd on the editorialbut State Farm hard road, the Tela- southwest of Starke, Is proud to their place in the sun

11 appears of Its unusual Would graph will next week Issue a special bear the name of a Bradford County They have turned to tobacco growing .
because Require Ad-
ge, "State Farm Edition." Newi Small Crew Employed town, that Is definitely on an as a money crop and much enthusiasm All nut Two Signers

rbOBtlliticS betweenthItalybran ditional Ad Va- from this Interesting nearby col But Project Is upgrade. Farmers of that section Is being yearly arousedas Are Served Notice

Telegraph Is glad to lorem ony will be featured and the gen have placed old man depression be- the acreage steadily Increases. ,

Kk the this week andKelt Tax eral purpose Is to enable the people Important hind them and are glorifying their The largest single acreage de- To AppearDEFENDANT I
a ) at each end of the road to become little town without the frequently voted entirely to( tobacco In the .
position. -- --
front page YEAR'S LEVY ALREADY better acquainted. PAYROLL IS ESTIMATED; sought government aid. Tobacco area this year was that of O. W IS NOT

it !looks> like the onlpeace" SET DELEGATION TOLD] A copy of the Telegraph will be AT $200 PER WEEK growers there last year netted Hagen who( harvested from fifty- EXPECTED TO SHOW UP
Well', Mister Mussolini Is Inter- distributed without cost to each! large profits from their crops and five acres approximately 41,00

of Ethiopia.fnrtif The much-discussed subject of employee of the farm and advertisers Work Improvements to the town's business pounds of good grade tobacco. Other -
Kud In as a "piece" was started on the first! With the fall term of circuit
world don't old age pensions came tip'before here are taking advantageof stretch houses and general improve- smaller crops were grown by
rest of the of the city's recently ap court little more than two week I'
the in thaEtd the Board of County Commissioners the Increased circulation to present ments and renovations to farm H. P. and L. R. Galney, Guy and
jump proved Work Is much
can go Progress projects,, away there speculation as)
,ke it, they somethln. again Monday when a delegation their messages to this new Tuesday when about twentyfiverelief homes speak for It. M. O. Hurrel and other farmers Itv to whether or not Mandel Scoby. .
Sea or of local trade On the high, rolling land In the the Immediate Due to
what comes a people, headed by W. territory. No Increase in workers began clearing therightofway vicInity Tampa bondsman accused of aiding Ii
Uk.it That's little boy a nice newivshin L. Gray, of Jacksonville, again appeared rates has been made for advertising I i for the new sewage Immediate vicinity of Brooker, 100 Ideal soil and generally favorable Jewel thief Harry Sltamore to I
and asked the In this Issue. acres,, of tobacco netted farmer- seasons, that even I
county to furnish growers say ,
E flock of tin soldiers toKlay I system line south of town. escape from the State prison farm
and a funds to match It Is that about $15,024.00: this more of the will likely be
Federal appropriations expected the rock foundation Work Director E. C. Long said growers year .1 crop very I In June, 1933 will put In an appearance -
with. for this purpose. on this project will be furnished and an even better harvest Is an planted during the years 1935-38 I
to hear President yesterday that the project with to. for his third trial here. ,
But I'm glad The matter was referred to by the lost of this week or '
however will
of official
J the statement thatEtals I' expenditures about $2,500, Any county ,
velt make time when old Uncle County Attorney Floyd Green who by the first of next.SCHOOL was a leader in the long list of ap- SENATOR HODGES SPEAKS TO CLUB give you long odds that he won't. t
one .
home andEod advised the board that there was proved ones for the city. And thatan Col. Joe Hill Williams, Lake But {
Em expects to stay no provision In law whereby a levy i approximate' payroll of two AT FIRST MEETING OF YEAR ler attorney who( has conducted!

his own business.cent of the men could be made for this purpose BOARDGrants hundred dollars would find its way Scoby's case through two trials!
per other than by ad valorem taxation, Into NOTED ORATOR GIVES 'j i!
In AmericaKd local trade area when workmen that resulted In hung Juries, thin
Eomen and children about I It and that since the tax levy for the 1 I received their pay at the end ADDRESS ON week said hat( he had heard noth- '

just the same way unfortu- year 1935 had already been madeIt I of the week. "BOOKS"Ono ing from his client' sine one week ,-
bat Franklin does, would be Impossible to providean The project headed by Aubrey % prior to the date set for his trial at

Etely the other one per cent hap old age pension fund this year. Frink, as foreman will remain active -' of the most interesting the spring term of court this year. .,
Ens the big gumEoe WIDOW'S PAYMANY 'I '
to include what wires toEll The board went on record, however until all preliminary work Is meetings ever held at the Woman .a Mr. Williams continued: "I have

boys who know as being in favor of such a finished when work on laying the Club took place Wednesday, when received no communication from
and have goth the know money that a pension If it could ever be financed main. line will get underway. Senator William C. lodges, President him, any of his family or any per .

'em with. They lot ofEmey without increasing the ad valor- HAVE PENSIONS .. I of'the Florida State Senate s son In any way connected with him. :

mart guy can make and a their fa- em tax in the county. APPROVED AT MONDAY FORSYTH LOSES and potential gubernatorial candidate So( far as I now know, he will not. 'j\\

out of a war, The following business was dis- MEETING addressed the members of the appear for trial at the fall term of ,

rortte Indoor sport is makin' a lot posed of by the board at the Mon- DECISION club on "Books", The annual reception circuit court I have made no ll

of f money. day meeting: Twenty-six widow's pensionswere t of the faculty of Bradford preparation for trial, but having

Remember, we didn't have the Upon application of A. O. An- granted by the Board of Pub- STARKmmY' PUTS UP High School was held at the same previously prepared the case fop-

lightest Idea that we were gonna dreu the Board placed the name lie Instruction at Its regular meetIng GOOD FIGHT IN time. trial upon four occasions, and having :t I

E dragged Into the last big war, of W. M. Bryan on the pauper roll here. Monday. The following GAINESVILLEVasco Senator Hodges In opening his tried It twice, should Scoby \\rj'!

then the melee started yet we not at $5 per mouth. persons were added to the list: Starke address stressed his admiration for appear, I will be ready to go( to ;
Forsyth, fighter,
only got sucked In, but had theKieasure Upon receipt of a letter from Mrs. J. S. Rosier, Mrs. Edna lost a decision bout to Jullnn Persian poetry. "Persia has pro- trial as soon as his witnesses can I

of pay In' for It In thoBargain. the Director of Relief of Bradford Jones, Mrs. Estelia Hinson, Mrs. duced more poets of the first order be obtained. '
Smith, of Gainesville, In the
County the following names were Lizzie Tompkins, Mrs. Myrtle than all the nations of Europe put Judge A. Z. Adklns Assistant ;X!
Gainesville City Club arena Monday -
chances of our gettin' messed dropped from the pauper roll: Priest, J. F. Durrance, Mrs. Nellie night. The following accountof together," he said., "You can Im- States Attorney A. S. Crews and '! '.

tip In this one look Just as remote Manuel Hampton, Mrs. Madison Griffis Lemmie Garrett, Mrs. Ma- the battle la taken from the mediately tell what men or women Sheriff W. J. Epperson' each expressed -

Kight now, but you let somebody i Hall, Alice Jones, Laura Finley, mie Wilson, Mrs Ida George, Mrs. Gainesville Dally' Sun of October are by going Into their librariesand It as his opinion that the .' ;

ftlnk few American ships or wipe Matilda Lee. Jessie Anderson, Mrs. Nona Brown examining the books which bondsman must have left the country ( -
a i 8: NKN.XTOU'; tt'm. C II( ()GIH!:
tbtlr feet on our flag, and in acme The pauper allowance of Kate Dyal, Mrs. Leah Nettles. Mrs. Mit- they read." The Senator stated judging by his complete die ,
1 Mrs. Dove Holder Mrs Both boys went after each other that his favorite/ poet was Moroso, i v!
at all we'll have a flock of Mitchell was reduced from $5 per tie Cowart, appearance. .
I.bellled patriots standln' on month and the allowances of Charley Monte Lewis, Mrs. Ida Wiggins, from the moment the openingbell a Spanish writer. In his pleasing TWO ALARMS'Herald When Scoby became a fugitive t

and yelpin' for "revenge. Williams and Ritch Fote were Mrs. Emma Rivers, Mrs. Ethel clanged and there was hardlya voice he quoted lines of poetry from Justice following his non-ap- '.

I umpa is raised from $3 to $3 each per Bell, Mrs. Lena Overstreet. Mrs. dull moment In the scrap, In facta from some of this author's out- pearance here In May, Bradford '

Then all you'll need a military month. Edith Melvin, Mrs Leila Rafuse, majority of spectators were stand works. County began taking steps toward 1
parade, a few bands to play the Cora either on their toes or clinging to Mr. In his address, also bond under'
Eliza Wilson and Will Warren Mrs. Lizzie Tyler, Mrs. Hodges, collecting the $13,000
star Spangled Banner. a couple about having died, their names were Strickland, Mrs. Elvador Alford, the: front of their:'seats during the mentioned the Importance of the which he had been allowed to return ';...-.\.::'i

of nice Juicy atrocity stories sliced stricken from the pauper roll. Mrs. Hattie Alvarez. # entire fray. tg Homestead Exemption Amendment FIRE SEASON to his home In Tampa. Up to

omen bavin' their beln'breasts bounced on The Board appropriated $5 for Nick Thomas was instructed to After a furious1,,first round In and of Mother's Pensions and now five of the seven bondsmen

oft and babies Clu J the burial expense of Chas. Jefferson secure commission as deputy marshal which both battlers threw caution stated that he was a staunch advocate have been nerved with notice to I.
bayonets and the local Rotary to the winds with an exhibition of of these measures. month and
an aged colored pauper :>f so that any arrests that he : COM SNAP HRINfiS appear at court next (.
committees to "
will be organizln' toe-to-toe slugging, each scored the address was thtrect'ptlon with them else :I
and Marines' Sampson City, said amount being might make would be legal.A Following OUT TRUCK TWICE bring Scoby or
sell "Liberty Bonds" knockdowns In the second. For- In honor of the faculty should
to Sam Nelson. author- show cause why Judgment
In-Ill tho made payable resolution was passed IN ONE NIGHT
llVorld be on their way to Upon a complaint made by Berry zing the borrowing of $7,000 for syth captured a mtdflght advant- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, President of the not be entered against them to col- I

Safe for Democracy. Dyal, that a settlement road the September payroll. age but Smith weathered the club, gave an address of welcome Two small fires Monday night lect the bond. Two of the signers .'it'
I No matter which side we jump storm beautifully and finished and the was given by located
leading to his place had been from various up response ushered In the first cold snap of have not been .r
in on, we'll be expected to put up made impassable by the Forestry Delegation met the Board por- with a display of gameness which Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, high school the winter season and firemen got The bondsmen who have been t
Ions of the county
!lie Jack as well as do our shared forces constructing roads and fire ; swung the verdict his way. Bom instructor. their first good workout since served are: L. R. Byrd, W. R. Crosby .

the fightln'. The old "Welcome" breaks, the clerk was instructedto relative Hazen to transportation.Joe allowed $10 per boys were In great shape and the The club was pleased to have asa fireplaces were closed and heat- W. H. Young, J. A, Studstill, ,,

sign! will be hung out gains for ; request the owners of lands being month at Sampson City. scrap pleased a capacity crowd of visitor, Mrs. Hodges, who accompanied -I ers stored away early last spring. all of Hlllsborough County, and 8.W. ,

!tie noble "American DoughBoy"ud traversed by said road to see $24 fight followers which jammed the her distinguished husband The first alarm was turned In Miller, of Pasco( County. The ;{;
W Whitten given permonth
| a swell time will be had by all. condl- W. Arena to the point where standing sheriff has notified *
that it was put in passable on the transportation toe here.At ; about 8 o'clock to call the depart- Hillaborough
I Then a war-torn world will re- lon; for ordinary travel. old Green Cove room was at a premium. Smithveighed a brief business session nine 'ment to the home of Lloyd Greenon Bradford officials that he cannot )

turn to its senses and crawl back Notary Public Bonds for O. J. the pupils road.WORK on. In at 154 pounds, Forsyth new members were elected to Join Cherry Street where there wasa find John B. Meyer and J. E. Ramos ;;i,

III a corner to lick Its wounds. Phillips, and A. S. Crews; and Springs 147. the organization. They were: small roof blaze at the flue. ThJ both of whom had pledged if;

Will our Allies appreciate the part I Deputy Sheriff Bond for Charles e Following the fight Forsyth Mrs. Pearl O. Shuman, Miss Er- fire was quickly extinguished an'J Tampa property a r ti

we played? Will they repay us I, Thomas were approved. BEGINSON asked for a return match I at a nestine Buddlngton, Mrs. Bynum there was little damage except to Scoby's can resulted In a mi.'f.!

for the money we loaned them? Bids for wood contract were received later date,. but no announcement Perkins, Miss Madeline Haxen, the roof of the home. trial here In the fall of 1933; the "j

They WILL NOT! as follows: C. C. Johns, NEWHOME has been made by local promoter Miss Lucille Edwards, Mrs. Edna The second fire, about 11 o'clock, case was continued In April. 1931

I They'll abuse and revile us, and $14.50 per cord, Willis Dyal $4.95, BUILDINGON in this regard. Hart, Mrs. C. M. Howard, Mrs. was In the servant's quarters at because of Illness of the defense 'c:

lltugh off their debts; all we'll get F. R. Coleman $5, E. E. Lee $4.75, C. H. NASWORTHY STREET -. Bryant Beusley, Mrs. D. A, Mon- the rear of Congressman R. A counsel, Mr. Williams; another I'k.

out of It will be a nice new "Am- I. E. Hornsby $5 whereupon C. C. WALNUT JOEL ALVAREZDIES tieth Green's home on Walnut Street.It trial In November of the same \,
erican Legion," another troublo- Johns being the lowest_bidder the SITE The club members and visitors Is believed that the blaze started 1 year resulted In a hung Jury; and f.v.

sac bonus question, and, a glor- contract was awarded to mm for' were favored by two beautiful vocal from a lamp although the servant at the spring term of court this v

lious headache. ten; cords of eighteen inch wood, Work began house this week on on Walnut a new PROMINENT CROSS TIE solos by Mrs. R. J. Davis", was not In the house at the year the defendant failed! to ap- {,

I A lot of American homes will en- one-half to be of green yellow pine seven-room for C. H. Nasworthy, owner MAN BURIED "When Dawn Breaks "Through, time. The department got the flr! > y'. '
lloy the wood and one-half to( be of Street and "Roses of Plcardy. She wo under control before the buildingwas -. .{
proud privilege hangln'fold split and of the popular Tip Top Grocery. WEDNESDAYJoel acompanled by Mrs L. A. Canova. ear.CANOVA
a star in the window; others yellow pine split lightwood, The work has been contracted for completely destroyed. FAMILY
Till delivery to and C. Alvarez, 48, prominent A social period was enjoyed the winter ,
| harbor crutches and wheel price to include and cost of the Ordinarily season,
chain to be offset perhaps with a racking In the County Jail wood by J. Is M.not expected to( exceed Bradford County farmer and crosj when the hostesses, Mrs.'A. W. An- when housewives are apt to throwon IN NEW MOVIETO j
home Peek Mrs. II. C.
J. ,
Medal of Honor.Norll shed. by W W. tie dealer, died Tuesday at his derson. Mrs. lots of wood to warm the far:
3000. It was designed Wall Mrs. O. C. Register, Mrs. E. APPEAR AT RITZ J
I following additions were home near here In the corners of their homes, means a
admit It Isn't a very The Whitten, and will be of one-story Rennolds
roll with brief Illness of L. Biggs and Mr. L. A. THEATRE NEXT';
pleasant made to the pauper section following a more lucrative period for member.
picture, but Its one we frame construction.Mr. served delicious sandwiches ana WEEK '
each respective two days lie was well-known of HtnrUe's volunteer fire
set opposite
|ought to be lookln' at and think- amounts this week expressed I 't!
10' name: Mrs. Will Warren $2; Nasworthy throughout the county; of a retir- hot but not so this year. Fire- Inarger ;:
right now as we never looked for the liberal With their names appearing
wd thought before. Laura Cain $2: Nancy Green $2; appreciation people ing disposition, he was respectedfor tea.MAN men are now on a flat salary of publicity headlines each
| by
his store
I Africa w N. Brown, $2; Mrs. Henry Dee I patronage of section. He sayj his sterling qualities. ADMITS $2( a month Instead of the former time, the Canova family, one-time 'i",
you say, Is a long way $1.50; Sam Nel- throughout this Funeral services were held Wed- reward of $2 per fire. The City 'I
Aaron residents of Starke will make another -
$2 ,
off ; is due to q.
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and this war Is different. But $3 Davie Kite $2; Tom Strong he believes his success nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In MURDER Council thought the flat salary hare next L,
son ; screen
!eo homeownedstore appearance
was Europe In 1914 and so( was the fact that his U a Dyal Cemetery, where Intermentwas might have the effect of reducing'
and at the Rit.Th.atre .
Ittat war different. Remember, a $2. applicants for and he Is grateful for the made. C.'W. Wilkes, of the MOTIVE FOR UNION the; number of false alarms that Thursday Friday '
following Gondolier
herd The enabled him to COUNTY CRIMEA In "Broadway ,
of cattle grazing on a plain were refused: I patronage that has Corinth Baptist'' Church, directedthe had become frequent In recent
allowances Dick Powell and Joan
o-starrlng 'I
11 pauper and assist MYSTERY
l a Starke
peaceful sight, but let 'em Powell and the applicationof build a home in service. months Hondell. "
l can to stampede and they'ra John refer In building up the community. Besides his widow, Mrs. Sarah .
Howard was released In
Mrs. Avey Ernest Croft was The famous Canova quartette 4
l Dlighty' hard to stop. red to J. M. Rosier for Inveatlga- Alvarez, he Is survived by several Lake Butler Wednesday after confessing Cone A VisitorFred Annie, Judy. Zeke and Pete known ,{,

I No, we won't get Into it-we've Lion. Get School Money children, all of whom live Markl-near to the murder Tuesday Cone, prospective guberna- here by their real names, Anna, Ju'I.G;;
110> Lucian,
| quarrel with anybody-we'r A burial expense of $7.50 for fund Starke. They are: an-l night of Bill Cone, his near neigh- torial candidate and popular Lake lIetta, Leo and Pete, soared to fame
|oat Interested. But a hundred mil- Warren was appropriated and Bradford County's lee, Harold, Donald, Ruth bor In Union County. Investigating City lawyer and banker, was as a result of their sensational sue- ""'
laa Will this week by Mrs. Carl Sapp
richer Alvarez
Americans grabbed for the to R. T. O'Steen. coffers were I I Betty Sue officials said there was no evidence reeling acquaintances In Starke case In sn engagement on a transcontinental -
made payable of the $420340.75 ,-
EXTRA Johns.
that announced the opening $2,835: as our and Mrs. Emery upon which to hold Croft. radio program and
I last week. Mr. Cone has already
9 state among and two sister
battle : divided by the Five brothers had
and right then we be- Both men were mlddleaged and toured the greater part of West more recently won the plaudits of ,
IIM to choose up sides. Reading Almost A RobberyAn the sixty-seven counties was received also survive. They are: Roman Raiford, families.A and South Florida In the Interestof Broadway In "Calling All Stars." k+;
a three largest and
I head-lines( one guy remarksI attempted robbery was nip- Florida's in Scott, Britt, Colonel and S. Crews, assistant state's attorney his candidacy. Their movie appearances here

Them cockeyed Eye-tallana ought bud about 1 o'clock Sun- counties shared almost equally Alvarez Mrs Charley Carter said according to Croft'.i; are a source of great Interest to
In the Hlllsborough
IT get hell licked out of 'em. An- ped when Night Marshal the appropriation. Mrs. Ira Addison. confession both men had eaten their Starks friends and large au- +i
her day morning Dade $38- were: Tobe Norman, Charged With KillingOne
I man Chips in. "Well, I dunnOf frightened away two received $38,876.48. Pallbearers supper at Cones house They then lancas turn out each time they
ey ain't doln' no more th&l1 eve Benny Sapp thieves who had pried 722.30 and Duval $38,301.74.Townsend Sam Whitehead Arthur Edwards, left and went to Croft's house of the murder cases to be are featured. .

other country's done atone would-be window at the rear of Be.sent's .- Warren Bloodsworth, Lonzo Nor where the murder took place with : tried at the fall term of circuit At the Rita Sunday and Monday -

time or anothed-you know w* open a room on Call Street. Club man and L. L. Renfroe. no one present other than the two ,',court next month Is that of Lee will be "Men Without Names,'* ?i,
pool .
1ST this fool country from the In- Intrdurers made a glean men. What took place between'aupper vant Wooten, Hampton negro, whom newest and probably the best of
lv .- Another says "Good-let One of the was arrested but later The Townsend Club met at the Teachers to MeetThe time and the time of the being held in Jail here charged the starring action films based on o

I fight; it'll help' business and get-away, one Court House Monday evening, attendance Bradford County Teachers: murder Is a mystery. Croft would with the murder of his wife Ruby, exploits of the O-Men. In It are
I Sing Prosperity A nice little war good considering the I will hold Its next say nothing other than that he September 8. The woman was featured Fred MacMurray anj,

M lust what we need right now." weather, and everyone present, not Association afternoon October "had to kill" Cone. shot to death with a pistol. Madga Evan.'I

| And don't lose sight of the one Special Service : already a member of the club, I meeting 3:30 Friday o'clock In the Starke The killing was done with
Per ::nt that don't care about service will be held' Joined when the opportunity was 18, at school: building. All teacher. shotgun at clone range. Rameses II, of Egypt had the the Rtts will show "Black sheep"a"p

else In the world but MAK- A special Methodist I offered them. This Is the biggest high largest family of wblch there Is a'' with Edmund Lowe and Claire Trsor. -
the be
morning at I are urged to pres-
N'NONEyja Sunday o'clock the subject 1 1t and most worthwhile thing that of the Cross Meeting ecord. Two hundred children were It Is a comedy-drama with
... Church Together." An to- has been attempted In this country ent. *> ----- A district Red Cross meetingwill In the family.A plenty of thrills. '
(o be to or other country In this worldof be held at Gainesville October 4Al
extended any mover.
I8tcI Vinyl to a new anaesthetic, :'s vltatlon to attend Is both county ours. Come on and help put It In Pernambueo.Instruments piano on their 22 for a group of counties Including great variety of antelopes are Joseph Lister, noted surgeon ,
fbso :e more rapid and efficient all public officials school officials l- "over the top." carry the Bradford. found In South Africa. was the first to use antiseptics.\
l lItbetelt "' chloroform, or the an- and city. and Including H. H. Young. Pres. heads.
ewes. I and teachers. u

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LAWTEY BROOKER PINE LEVELMrs. TIIERESSA air.. W. A. 'I', ". Curre.pu.dcB< Mm. T. A. K .l..r. Corr..po.dent tives returned to JacksoQvlJ With rely
II. M. CorrespondentQuite ..... Rkod Zelakr. C.rreapo.deal Sunday. :
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O. J. rhllllpn. CortT: .|onil lUlu Vera Gulney. Correspondent Mr. and Mrs:'y-K. Degolla left Miss Pauline Rosier left Sundayfor

Council-Meeting. a number of people of this Mr. and Mrs7 R.O. Zeigler, of last week to make their home In Ft. Pierce where she will spend Mrs Paul Glovers ana baby
''j. At a regular meeting of the city] Brookrr vs. Humpton i, section attended the revival at Gainesville, wera,visiting- the for.men's Ocala. several weeks with her slater. Mrs. turned to their home u, Ft Plel't
The Brooker basketball teams and Mrs. J. J. Sunday.
Council held Monday evening a I Corinth Church Monday night. parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Summer and Paul Glovers.Mr. .
\t levy of twelve mills was made to opened their season by going to to Elder W. E. Hall, of Green Cove I Zeigler, of Theressa, Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Tyler spent Sunday and Mrs. Cheatham Peele;'o< B
\ meet the operating expenses of the Hampton Friday teams.afternoon The boys Springs J. L. Underbill of Rising Mrs. S. W. Griffith and small with Mrs. Wm. Norman of Rising.; Jacksonville, spent Sunday here N01'IZ.I\:;: PPIIr Tln. toOf
a city for the next year. And the the Hampton both showed a goodelandlng' and Mrs. Alice Oliver of Sampson SOD, Donald, have returned to their Ancle Brown returned home last with relatives NOTICE IS IaFa:n

collector was instructed to allow A and girls for their first The City, were dinner guests of Mr. home in Miami, after a few weeks week after spending the past eighteen Mr .and Mrs. John McClellanand That W. P. Smith RBREttr, hnlder ,I'tllrr
; two per cent discount on taxes If Brooker girls were defeated by u and Mrs H. M. McRae Saturday. visit with her parents Mr. and month in the CCC Camp in Mrs. Willie Hall of Jackson sued Lion of 11th Tax day Certlflcnte of :>'L 36.a pox I
I paid In November and a one per score of eight to ten while the Mr. and Mrs J. J. Brown, of Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Theressa. Nassau County. ville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. hail filed said certlrlrate AUIlfUHt. A.In D. i.: I

cent discount If paid In December. boys were victorious by a score offour Sampson City, spent the weekendhere Mrs. C. Sullivan and A. L. Sullivan Mis. L. P. Jarvis and baby June, Leslie McClellan, Sunday. deed flee anti to 1.\1.made Iher.nn al''lIc''llon fur tar tr
with their son-in-law and were transacting business in left la.t' week for her home In with law. 1'"ld orllon In hPPllrdln, i ito
to fourteen. of Ft. Pierce of
I Glovers
{ Obtaining Right-of-Way daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starke Saturday Avon Park after spending the J smbraees the tollowlnll' xrtltba Aesrru
spent the week-end here ,,with Mr. property 'situated In "
At the suggestion of Representative Mr and Mrs. L..A. Futch of Dyal. Elder Daughtry, of Clano, filled summer here' with her parents, and Mrs. J. E Rosier. ty, FIOI'lda, to-wit:'rlultord Laxt I/nlt COUI, ohit
t Charley E. Johns the city Lawtey, spent Saturday here with Mr. and Mrs Russell Thomas his regular appointment at the Mr. and Mrs. O.-L. Brown. B. E. Rosier was a visitor to WeB SO\lth.W..t Quarter quarter of oral NOM iti
k county Monday evening appointed' her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. A. of Rising, were visiting Mr. and Theressa Christian Church Sunday Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Tyler attended Macclenny: Monday. t..r Section 24. Township RouthW"1 elm i
G a committee of R. R. Thede F. Mrs. J. E. Starling, Sunday.Mr. night church at New River. Sat- after Range 22 East, COnll\lnll1 120 Nom etc
Crosby. Mrs. Hester Sapp, spend. more or Ie.". an
r Carradlne and J. L. Harrell to R'i' Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Mrs. R. E. and Mrs. Bill Newman were Mr. and Mrs Arthur MIlliken : urday night. The assessment' of 'hhl .
Y taro the right-of-way for the Hazen Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mrs.A. dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. V. and small daughter. Sylvia, of O. T.'Nelson was visiting In under name c
Henry u
Wainwright many' more happy In the of *
south of the city
new road l posed motored to Jack L. Starling in Starke, Sunday. Ocala were Visiting Mrs. Milliken's Lawtey Sunday.Mrs. J
E. McKinney, .
to eliminate some of the curves In W. R. Swanbom was a business birthdays. Those from here who tonhiw
Mrs. Pink Thornton and eons parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sulli- iAdewlil ,
i! this piece of Road Thirteen. Wednesday Nelson and Calvin, returned horns of Theressa over the week-end. visitor Starke Monday.Mrs. attended this happy occasion were: I issue thereon or. Ih. 12th d. B,
van of
October A. D.
held 19:15:
and Mm.
Rev. O. E. McGauley regu- after spending several weeks ut Nancy' Bell spent Saturday Mrs. W. A. Lewis Mr. IratpA n
lar church services at the Baptist H. II. Lewis and daughter, Edna, this 11th day )t ierolrmM.
Growers Busy Glen St. Mary with relatives Mrs. night with Mr..-and-Mrs. Theodore A. D. 1036.
Local growers are bulslly engageed Church Sunday.Mr. Thornton was accompanied home 'VANDERBILT: Crews, of Lawtey. Mr.. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis and three j I 'A. J. THOMAS, eden
In setting strawberry plants and and Mrs. L. A. Brown and by her little grand daughter Miss (Mix* 'D..lorl.uoodsworth., Cor.) r so'ns. Torarale Elmer and Bobbin, 'I I Clerk Bradford of i-lrrjl CounIp 1 \\1.1. n
and Mr. and Mrs. W. C Conner. 'I..rlol
planting fall crops and gardens. daughter, Mrs. S. E. Bitch, motored Rosa Lee Sapp.F. Mr.: and Mrs. .Russel Norman RISING (OFFICIAL HEAL >>'13'Gl-l IPIa.

With the local canning plant readyto to Ocala Monday. T. (Buck) Wall of' Green ppent' the week-end In Jackson AIls Edna Lewis,.,CorrespondentElder ofer
do canning of any surplus it Is Mrs. W. A. Brown spent Tues Cove Springs, was visiting Leslie vile erI
hoped that there will be enough day In High Springs as guest of Fountain Monday night.J. f W. E/Halirof Green Cove I
planted to keep the local plant her daughter, Mrs. Howard Summers W. McRae, of Ocala spent Mr and Mrs. F. M. Norman and Springs, and Mr. and Mrs., Russel
busy canning for the home needs Saturday night here with his fame daughter, CarraBelle 'Mrs.\: Elizabeth Carter, of Hellbronn Spring, you
this winter. Mrs. S. E. Rltch who has been ily. Bloodsworth and daughter, spent Saturday night with Mr. and lear
3 -' I spending a few days here with her Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rushing and Debris and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Mis. H.. H. Lewis. r

Winter Mont Here : Barents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown, children of Gainesville, were visit Norman attended church at Hell- :I.Irs. Jonnie Thomas or Ormond,

Heavier clothing was In evidence has returned to her home at Ral; ing Gus Fountain and family Sun- bronn last Thursday night. Kla., is visiting: her sister Mrs. A.

here this week with the coming of ford.Mr I day, they also attended church Misses Mattie and CarraBelle A. Hutchlnson.Mr. .
dl chilly mornings and weather Is and Mrs. H. P, Gainey and Norman and Debris Bloodaworth and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez e
getting cool enough that hog chitterlings B. F. Hazen, and Mr. and Mrs G. here.Friends of Mrs. Floyd Fenderare ,!motored to'Gainesville Sunday and two suns und daughter, Mrs. .fle

will soon be in the regular V. Hazen were among those from glad to see her home again after afternoon. Aiarle Underhill and little son returned ere
menu of many homes here. here who attended church servicesat spending several weeks in a Mrs. Effie Carter, and three home Sunday from visiting hat

New Hope Sunday.Mr hospital in Orlando. sons of Valdosta Ga.. were visiting relatives in Plant City. fl
Knllitts In Marine and Mrs. Seaborn Dukes of Miss Mildred Brown and Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloods. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly: were eel
{' Another Lawtey youth has decided Dukes Station spent Saturday Verna Phillips of Sampson City worth and family, .Sunday afternoon : visiting Mrs. Kelly s parents, Mr.
k Sam's Marines here as guest of Mr. and Mrs.\ H. with Misses
that Uncle spent Friday night here and Mrs. A. L.. Drlggers, in. Lake;
r'' la the place for him as Saturday P.F Galney. I Eula Mae and Etta Fay Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Edwards Butler, recently. Belt
;} Lamar Smith left for Savannah, Miss Lois Terrell of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown, of spent the day Friday at Brooker, Mr. and Mrs Charley Rosier and
Ga., where he was accepted for spent Sunday and Monday here as! Sampson City, were dinner guests
with his parents,.,Mr. and Mrs. J. little sons, Wesley and Martin Fay, t
In the Marines and sent to guest of her cousin, Miss Cordelia: Willis Sun
duty of Mr. and Mrs. Dyal V. Edwards, Master Ernest Edwards of Palatka, were dinner guests of
Paris Island S. C., where he will Brown. day.. returned with his parents to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis, Sunday. To
be the rules of Army lire Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mints and Willis Thursdaywith .
taught Mrs. Dyal spent spend the week-end. Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove klall ly;
before being assigned to regular daughter, of Jacksonville spent Mrs. Ruble Crosby in Rising s "s
Mrs. W. M. Bloodsworth of Ral- Springs was a dinner guest of ker :
duty. Lamar Is a graduate of the Sunday here a sguest of her parents section. ;1' ,
Ford was visiting her son, Mr. W. Mr., and Mrs. J., L. Underbill Sat irra;y
Bradford High School In the 10341933 Mr, and Mrs. L. R. Galney. We have Sunday School on Sun B. Bloodaworth and family Sun urday. PPS ;. lkllr Jicktow
: class and his many friends day afternoon. Everybody wel
t here wish him great luck In his the home of his parents, Mr and come. Also prayer meeting on day afternoon. Miss Inez Cone of Baldwin was
r new undertaking. Mrs. R. R. Thede. Sunday night. Among those who attended a dinner guest of Miss Melva Ulgi

Mrs. V. R. Reddish Mrs. O. J. ------- church at Hellbronn Saturday Crosby Sunday. meter.
Personals Phillips and Miss Debbie Phillipswere GUM' BRANCH night were Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Miss Verna Phillip and Miss Mil
r' Miss Abbie Harley of Gained- shopping in Jacksonville Sa.- Cor. Norman and daughters Misses dred Brown of Sampson City were threeSr
vile, was visiting her parents, Mr. urday. Miss Elizabeth Marriage Mattie and CarraBelle, Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.' L.. Undelilll *. Haapreig lb

It and Mrs. A. H. Harley, over the Mr. and Mrs. J. M Reddish were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby, of Mrs. Levy Norman and family. recently. ga
weekend.Mrs. shopping In Jacksonville Saturday Rising section were the dinner Misa Debris Bloodsworth and The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. e

G. W. Roberts was shopping guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor Mesdames Marklee and Woodrow Wainwright In Lake Butler wa |Ube:
s; In Jacksonville Thursday. C. R. Whitehead was a business'! man, Monday. Alvarez. a happy scene Sunday, October 4,

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp, who visitor to Jacksonville Monday. Harvey Edwards of Canal Point. Mr. Charlie Varnes of Lake this being Mr. Walnwrlght'a sixty- THIS CAT WILL LEAD A DOG'S LIFE, no doubt till llwrlichoc I la
have been visiting relatives and William F. Godwin, of the U. S. spent the week-end here with his Butler spent Friday with his cousins eighth birthday. There were over
l friends here for the, past two Marine Corps, has received orders parents Mr and Mrs., H. L. Ed Wadens and Frances. Bloods- 100 relatives and friends that he can get out of that costume he's being sewed into.He'llbe
s, weeks, returned to their home In transferring him from the Marino wards. ; worth.'iv came to enjoy the day with them, the laughing stock of the neighborhood cats I "Worstof leu for yc

Miami Saturday. Base, Paris Island S. C., to the< Mr. and Mrs. J., S. Sapp and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and children und at the noon hour a delicious: all," complains poor kitty, "she's sewing it on with mile iI
Richard Thede, who Is attend Marine Barracks, Naval Air Station -'children and Mr. and Mrs. One Betty Sue and Marklee and Mrs. dinner was served under the
J. & P. Coats best 6-cord thread and her mother its I next
\ ing the University of Florida at at Pensacola for duty. He Is'! Denmark of Starke were the dinner Emory Johns were visiting MM. spreading oaks. Late in the after says litraiflichoo
::1 Gainesville, spent the week-end at the son of Mrs. Anne Lou Godwin. guests of Mr, and Mrs. P. D. Carl Sapp of Heilbronn Friday.. noon they departed wishing Mr. the strongest thread you can buy."

'. Reddish Sunday.Mr. .

.. _,,_ and Mrs. D. I. Knight and Ih 1
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: daughter Gladys were visitingMr. aptlyan :

I and Mrs. H. Keene Sunday afternoon. Ir:

Mr. and Mrs., J. F. Shaw and
i -------- --- -- --- 000t children, of the State Farm, were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp ,

;f8CllOOL. NEWSPAPER STAFF 100 per cent punctuality. Mr. Rudolph Chlsm of Wood- ro I In ph
hoe!1\ Editor-In-Chief 100 per cent attendance. lawn spent Sunday with his aunt, .i" ling Irrenctry 111

11 LORENE ROSIER 00 per cent scholarship. Mrs. H. Keene. .'. J
all: Literary Editor 90 per, cent deportment. Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent Tuesday ,arSou
.? MARTHA WELLS night of last week with Miss ow. a

::1JI Clara Mae Harley, Elisabeth First Grade Vernle Phillip of Sampson City., ; largeeat
Plummer Assistants Wt M. Smith. Mrs. J, S. Sapp was the guest of "III I
1 Society Editor Mrs. One Denmark of Starke, 1 IknollWI ,
: MART EDWARDS Second Grade Monday 1

Evelyn Prevatt, Assistant Alice Groves, Ernestine Moore,, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browningof know

.c Joke Editor Lon Edwards, Jessie Denmark,, Ralford. were the guests of Mr. "OMAHA"-Winner after they :
\i CARL EDWARDS Howard Thompson. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sunday. went :

'Jo Karl Shuford, J. C. Prlngle, Mr. and Mrs. J.' S. Sapp were the other of the Kentucky Derby ttorti 1
Third Grade thing
',1'' Assistants visiting the bedside of Mr. J. J. .
J1 Sports Editor Audrey Crews. RIgdon Friday afternoon. the Preakness and the Belmont Soultine
;ai, LESLIE PREVATT Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez Mr i I
:).3; Elementary Reporter Sixth Grade xnd Mrs. Arthur Alvarez, of Rising few

4 x PATSY ROBERTSEDITORIAL Marjorie Thompson. section were visiting Mr. and I kigon

Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sunday. Omaha is an outstanding horse It In
t. Eighth Grade Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Saps were the Whichany
": I Clara Mae Harley. guests of Mr. and Mrs E. E.,< Bur ii today. kl

\ I ney of Lawtey, Friday.GRAHAM. And in the cigarette world Chest 117.00'
.f Chapel exercises were conducted i Ninth Grade Hoi!
R by the seventh grade girls Monday Lucille Johns, Martha Wells. erfield is outstanding.Both live t...

morning. I Mr. ... C. ...11h. Con.....<..t won their place strictly on loomThere
( JOKESMrs. -
:!;: Believe It or not) The faculty Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton : merit. time.

,,i sang a song on our Francis E. Wll- of Waldo were visiting Mrs. Mel. like Chesterfields I mi
\ lard program. Needless to say Perkins-Name twelve anImals ton's parents, ),11'. and Mrs. Berry \ ,Apply any test you lot of
',;? we had to stand for It. of the polar, region Dyal over the week-end. stand for the best there is in
Johnnie Frlgo-Two seals and *
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, of
The blrlhda-r-the celebrated' ten polar bears. Brooker, and Mrs.' Mack MelOn cigarettes.

: 1 Francis E. Wlllard was commemorated ale, of Hart Haven were dinner They are milder yet they let FireThe
Miss McRae-Now we will study
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sure
,'n: Friday afternoon. The pro- guests
gram was as follows: the tenses If I say "I am pretty," rency, Sunday. you know you're smoking. They

"f' America The Beautiful--Student what tense Is that? Among those who attended the taste better-give you real pleasure.
l:' Body< Junior S.-Pretense. funeral of Mrs. Fay Wasdln at
Waldo Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs.
'\\1 BIography-Mary Edwards. Mr. Maxwell-Now, Louie Lee, O. W. Dyal Mr. and Mrs. H. D. 'I1re rUlkj

t' "Ninety-Eight Cents"MatUeit' If you had a little spunk you couldbe Wasdin, Mr. and Mrs. H. U Was. I
;j. Edith Rowe. at the head of the class. Do din Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts ka ftonurfedebt.
.s l! Skit-Carl Edwards -= Robert you know what spunk Is 7 and Mrs. C. Fogg. ot

,,Y. Rosier. I Louie Lee W.-Yes, the past Mr, and Mrs. Bert Britt of Ocala has Year ar
t Health Song-Prlmary'Qrades. participle of spank were plaitingrelatives here Sun be.

r} Rel&dlng-ovld Futch.
"Moderation vs. Abatlnence"'J J. C.-They tell me our partywas I day.Willie and Clyde Strickland were hrmatce

Troy Loadholts. a flop. I visiting In Ocala Friday.
}{ "What Would Francis Willard Rosa-How, was that? I The Rev. C. C. Johns of Starke 111'1'.nw
... Do?"-Pansy Prevatt. J. C. Nobody was there. : filled his regular appointment at It the<(

Temperance Sixth Fourth the Christian Church Sunday.Mrs. .
"i Grads Boys.Recitation. Mlsa\ Hlnson-What kind of fish Cassie Graves and Children r 4rat1In4 J,1f;

':t. Evengeline Starl are those you are catching, Carl T : left Saturday for a stay of several .
ing. Carl Edwards-They are suckers days with her sister- Mrs. .1 u.
'i! but at the restaurant they call Austin Fowler, at Lake Wales. zg Iftr
(y' We are glad to known that little them trout. s %ss 4

Jim Futch Is rapidly recovering k
,1, from an attack of pneumonia and Mr. Maxwell-How many bones Help Kidneys I
'J are looking forward to his return have you In your body, Charles* mad
.t. to school. Charles Howe-About 25,000.: .J.v. for mildness I 1

Mr. :Maxwell-Why. that Im s:::=. wiring
;;;' Two presidents of the United possible. -cr- .. for better tasteO tH I
:i'1; States Jackson and Hayes, were Charles-No, that's the truth; mere
I had sardines for dinner. erat1r ,
born posthumously you see 19'- Game*MYM&TOMCCO Co. ..

":,. Itself

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$y'ort 4h; 1Wl,1.: ..: 'JitT ti L
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Bradford County High School Journal


-:- ._ -- -- STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY' OCTOBER 11. 1935 IERFlvg

Student Gov't. : : .-


= = = -- MeetingThe -

to the feat Interest of Student Co-operative Coy FIRST CJKADK SECOND GRADE NEWS "I

otrd ernment held its first meeting Lola Thomas, Mary Lou Yarbo- We have been busy this week

BR.\DFOltD HIGH SCHOOL Thursday, October the third. The rough Ruby Witt Mary Katherine studying about Columbus. We madea

and AlumnaeEDITORI.L President, Simeon Phillips, called I Weldon: Joyce Adele Moore, Cora Columbus sandtable showing 4
uJdrntll, Patrons' the meeting to order anti stated -.r, JSt'I4.WMe' 'r1dSll Belle Jones, Ruby Ethel Green, Queen Isabella and the landing of it

that the purpose of the meeting tlhie'dD. '! tit Lucille Alvarez, William Anthony Columbus lii art we have been i i

STAFF was to begin work for the year of a MISS ToDt1GPPlR-, \\OC ..STI"'T,U. Andrews, Junior Turner, Barney making designs for ships. Several :

A. W.o Ander- 193538. The aim Is to establish MdV lu+Ow tOTS O* TUN65ru. English McRae, Jimmie Leach, members of our class took part in I'
.Chief----- .t ty lttu's 0'1- on, Shirley Judd. Jimmie Brown God. the Columbus
\ closer t. assembly program. I
son Jr. and a stronger tnT l :
White spirit in this school. To do this it t Dt.f.cv co He-,,', voura roawt JI./ wine EUbcrt Jackson. They sung "America Our Lovely

lety EdltorDorothy Marjorie Marwlclc Is necessary: for each student to :,utteoar.T so1* IIt Iilr/ Hepvt> I ttwooO'.. Mrs. Kincaid, Teacher Laud. Jerome Johns was dressed .

terary Editor_, Hugh Walters co-operate with the faculty ant 'Rt/-/ WHAT 14 IT ? T.taT 11.e ROOT like Columbus. II

rte Editor r __Mice Royester. fellow students and work together. e Te"" l ...."''Oe.IJA.\ FIRST! GKADK-A Miss Kitty;: Horned Teacher !

ltorlal Editor -Marie Thede I Each chairman must see that e' RrwtT shat u Co '1"I'f coon 1 Avory Rlade' Louise Edward, -
eature his committee carries out Its work '- )' Oai ttulFtn AtJMAVdr / Margie Kersey Johnnie Battler We have been studying Indians
Editor -------------
ementary__ .. ___ Eunice Williams! successfully and efficiently. Any ; .,;,h eo1. TtM coon "T Madge MMdleton, Teacher. this! week. We have learned to
make bows and
suggestions or changes that you pottery arrows
think will prove beneficial to this and canoes. We find this an interesting .
year's work in Student Govern- study and wish that it
SELF-RESPECT :; Emma Allen Nela Mae All-
ment will might last longer.
I q.if.respect doesn't to be appreciated. Let's redge, Carrie Bell, Lorlne McKinney -
of yourself always, abut In work to make Student Governmentthis Annie Mae Ruts, Leon Ellington We have our room decorated

ier i to gain the respect of others year the best yet. Wllllard Gunter Willis Gunter with Indian signs, posters, and objects
first must respect ourselves The following chairmen of the ; : : Melvin Nettles, William Par related to their life. (.

w 1'. all have enough respect for various committees were appoint. ker Our health books haven't been

onelveB to do the right things!; ed: Hazel Adktnn, Teacher. forgotten for we have added many', ,

for others when possible. There Manners and Morals ____llarjorle new things to them this week. I,
i none who knows us better thane Marwlck. l FIRST! (UtUP'I. -(! We are proud of our boys and '

know ourselves, so don't try First Aid Room-Vondu Inman v I J. Carlton, Warren Hampe, girls who were on the honor roll !

put on a shelf a lot' of secrets Girls Rest Room-Alice Royaler i I I Jim Frank Jordan, Willie O'Neill, this month and wish that there "

[o tout ourselves. Don't be afraid Boys Rest Room-Olen Beden- 3'5r2iA Mildred Edwards, Doris Griffin. might have been more. ,

let people know what you stand baugh. i Beatrice Howard, Mary Mercercau, Miss Madeline Hazen.

o and what kind of person you Safety-Wilson May. Daisy Nettles, EIOIShllW, Jac ,
ttl. It we would all try to follow Traffic Chester Moody. ;t r3ey queline Young. FOFt'HTH' GRADE A f I

e, verse of this poem that I'm Pep Activities-Raymond Plum. 1.118s.Ruby. Lllley, Teacher Our class has completed a sand ,' .'
table of
mer. project an African Vlllago.
we will probably
to quote
log more self-respect. Office-W. T. Weeks. SECOND GRADE-A We enjoyed making the village W 1
I ..* Attendance and Punctuality- Marvin Leach, Walter Dew, El- very much. ,:-Jf-
I never can hide myself from me; Johnnie Ree Cone. ul ) bert Erie Thornton Ida Ruth Al- We were proud of the largt I';
.N 11))
iteewhut others may never see; Library-Katie Fugate. r V drldge, Jessie Mae Byrde, Collette number of pupils on the honor rolland w ,

I know what others may never Newspaper-A. W. Anderson. Green June Hall, Mabel Leach we are striving to have a one

\ \ know; Cheerfulness and Friendliness Coolidge GusMett Russell Grlffla. hundred per cent honor roll next .1..

I never can fool myself, and so, Elaine Wynn. ) Madeline Hazen, Teacher mory h. 'T

J whatever happens, I want to Assembly Programs Hugh, /? Miss Bucldlngton Teacher. l;
Self-respecting and consclouaBOYS ? Contest and Scholarship-Marie Bradley ,Geiger, Marvin Montgomery FIFTH GRADE NKU'H
Thede. I T. W Turner, Joan DI). (Ida Lulu Davis, Reporter) ::If''

... Flail and Patriotism G. Denmark brow. tinsel Fields, Esther Griffin. This week we made pictures of t
$pectA\\ST '
.* ; E. __ Merry Beth Knight Margaret Old-Fashioned clocks because we ii'
--- '
_.J Montleth Bernice studied Longfellow's "The 'r''
McMillan, Wan poem
'are 4
To me teen-age boys espe- Boys Recreation-Luclan Alva '
Each da Pearce, Ida Lee Silcox, Mary Old Clock On Tho Stairs." We fIIl11 t I
illy r I am fascinating.confronted with a new rez.Girls Recreation-Ethel Pack- First Aid Classes News And Views High School Chapel Alice Yarborough, Billy Over. Joyed It very much. t'j'

of embryonic Washington, ham Begun This WeekThe st reet. We have colort'lhealt.h' pouters '.lt1
y Last Friday Mrs nnd we are trying to come to }(
Evelyn Hitch Teacher, \Ii
Edna Pearce Lillian i
acksons or Lincolns. What thrill Grounds and Supervision Play- Stump, Dot 4
school because }fy
very very
> watch their physical and men- (girls) grace Arwood; (boys--) Bishop and Frances Peek spent >
Home Science Classes en- Senior High School Chapel was SECOND UKADE-O by doing so we will get a star by f>
afternoon In Gainesville.We .
real Is neither Sunday
J A boy Arlie Sponholtz.
growth Joyed the visit of their district held lust Friday the fourth period Bernice Cooper, Gloria Cooper, our name--besides we look much ]r
mob, a bully a slssle nor a quit.r. The officers and chairmen will are glad to have Phillip Ma- "
i supervisor, Mrs. and tho better when
Mrs. Wall's tenth grade room Leon Gray Jr. Marjorie Holder, clean. ,
of nassa back in school after his at- ? 1da
r. he Is all of these or any receive twenty-five honor points;
county nurse of Starke, Mr. presented a very interesting pro- Dorothy Kite, Agnes Lewis, Marion Mrs. Perryman gave us a large 'I5
tending school in Atlanta Ga.
these he is shackled and the larger the vice-chairmen will receive fifteen -
Hickok who began her class with gram. The first number was "The Manning, W. B. McKinney, stack of Sunday-School papers for i I
| Wings of life can never be his. points; the ones serving on We are to lose Mildred
us Monday and sorry "
Thursday. The Star Spangled Banner. Follow- Donald Norman, A, J. Strickland, our library and several pupils d'
Had I a special mesage to teen- the committees will receive ten McCrae, who has accepted! l-
class on Thursday was also honored a position ing this was the "Flag Salute" and Addle! Tyler have brought some big-little books
liB boys It would be, "Stand points for their services to their respective by having the at the State Hospital at Chat- for 1''i
county nurse If "America. The Assembly enjoyed us to read. We are always. ')A
litralght\ be clean" do your best, lift committees Lake Butler, Miss Vary with us. tahoochee, Florida. the singing of many songs A THIRD UKADB glad to get good stories to read. (i

|ii before you. Elementary Mrs. Hickok will teach the courseIn Last week the ISB-class: carriedon reading was given by Dorothy Rig- Bobby Biggs, Carl Crumpler, Minn Eunice Perkins, Teacher. ,,j j
I am thinking of Lester Snell asII I Chapel First! Aid The classes will beheld exceptional well the study of Bryan Harrell. Mack Futch, Berta 11

I write these lines. What the met the after this on Monday's the character building. Some of the don.Rev... B. M. Montgomery gave avery Leo George, Oleeta Green, Betty SIXTH GRADE ''r

lichool has done for him' it will doIfor Elementary Chapel Mrs. Wall third period and Wednesday's the pupils In the room gave talks on Interesting talk taken from Hayes, Roberta Whltfleld, Bar- We are studying about ;/;'

you and what he has ,done you third period Thursday. fifth period. character traits., Some of the these two verses of scripture: "Let bars Keen. In Art Clas and have Indians'J;

leu do If you will but try. As a was in charge of the singing the devotional Free- Mrs. Sogart gave a very Inter. phases of character building In. this mind be to you" and "As Mrs. Grace Walnwrlgb'Teacher dian arow heads and wigwams on J
led in -
[challenge I ask, "Who will be the man Register eating: talk on the work of the cluded were service, usefulness and man thlnketh In his heart so Is he." i -- display In our room as well as

I!next one to stand out clean and exercises. I State Board of Health In Florida. honesty. He said that If a person seeks THIRD GRADE many Indian designs we have ;

litraight and tall-an honor to the Miss Jacobs' sixth grade room Each class la going to make Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- thorns he finds and gathers thornor Bernice Jordan, Eva Todd. made'

I ICbool1" had charge of the program. A Scrap Books to leave to the school gate and Margie McMillan spent If be seeks roses he finds and Miss Edwards, Teacher. Othma Haynes, Jr., went to \{

I herewith publish a letter re- skit "The Boll Weevil' was rendered library. Saturday in Gainesville.Miss gathers roses. Whether we are In FOURTH GRADE Jacksonville Tuesday.

Icrotly received from Lester Yon by several pupils. Next a poem(I I The election of officers were Debris Bloodgworth was a the political life school or home Eloise Bullock, Ethel Mae Cole- We are glad to welcome a ner {

I can Imagine how happy he is. by Alen" Blake. "Ain't That a held In both classes to help carryout visitor in Gainesville Sunday. always discard the bad and think man, Joe English, Ellen Merceroau pupil, Edgar Gllsson, to our room. 'g

-Mrs. Bynum Perkins. Shame. the work successfully. The The Junior Class gave their of the &good. Think good of your Jessie Mae Slade, Muriel Smith, We are all striving to have very ,.

A song was given in the form Monday's class elected as their officers home room teachers, Mrs. Beasley teachers Home is the happiest of Loca Belle Sumner Ovelda Thomas. neat Arithmetic papers since our :x(

Frhlay. of a skit "Boating" by Freeman : and Mr. Benson a surprise party all places If we think about aU the teacher puts the neatest ones upon '),

[Dear! Mrs. Perkins: Register, Lester McMillan, Gar President Vonda Inman. last Friday. They presented both good our mothers fathers, sistersor Miss Buddlngton, Teacher, the board. She said she would ':
land Godwin Frank Crews, Lernl brothers have done for If put them all It they neat '
School is tine. I am majoring Vice-Pres.-Lea Retta Jeffords. teachers with lovely birthday re us. up were ,
III physical education and minor Phlpps Dorothy Green. Jacqueline Secretary-Ree Thede. membrances.We 0 you want the good-think good- FOURTH! RADB enough, but so far five have been ':; t

ling In medicine. My courses are Andrews, Doris Dyal, Shirley Morgan Publicity Editor-Dot White. are sorry that our editor-In. think on the High and Holy Let's Edgar Wilkinson Mary Jo the most to be put up in a singleday ,1->

I French, English- zoology-- chemistry and Betty Stringfellow, This\ Monitor-Marjorie Marwick. chief Is still 111. We hope A. W., judge one another by the good they Caldwell, MarJorie' Davis, Willie i

and gymnastics. was enjoyed by all. that you will be with us again are doing. May Key, Kathleen Stockwell, Fuy Selma Thornton, Reporter, e... ,

I Southern California Is about aa Mr. Gray surprised all of us bv The Fifth period class has as soon. We wish to thank Rev. Montgomery Yarborough. Miss Edna Strickland, teacher
acting like a little girl and saying for his ] I Mrs Hart, Teacher, -....t
Ibrge as universities come.. It lalilso their officers: Irma Stockwel), one of lastyear's : splendid message t
the finest and best equipped two poems "Little Orphan Annie, President-LIllian Sternberg. graduates who is attending and welcome him at any time. FOURTH GRADE II 1 l tl
I1 know and "Moo Cow Moo." We enjoyed has written FIFTH GRADE Arline Dew !Is back In school af. 43
Southern an
of. You can tell the fel- Vlce-Pres.-Helen& Davis.: College, We enjoyed a beautiful solo by
and want him to come Clarice Thomas, Julia Frances ter being In Jacksonville ?.
them we for
kwj back In Florida, they don'tknow Secretary-Martlle Hemingway, interesting article In the college Mrs. Demorent.. We appreciate hr '<>
and give us some more. Stewart, Barbara Snow, DorothyLee week
what a university Is until Pub. Editor-.Margie McMillan. paper "The Southern. We are taking part on the program.
Last but not least, was another Is In her Johns, Violet Johnson, Ida We are studying about Columnis. i
toy see Southern California. I Monitor-Ethel Packham. glad that Irma continuing Since this week Is Fire Prevention -
skit "An Old Fashioned Square Lulu Davis, Gloria BuforJ, Sara
tent toa pep meeting in the auditorium We hope to have many more visIts newspaper work. Week Wilson May/chairman,
I Dance" by several boys and glrla. Lester Schnell has written an Interesting Barefoot, George Flynn, Jr, Joe William Yarbrough'was sick one
today. never saw any- the of
from Mrs. Sogart during asked the cooperation
Uuog just like it. The program was then turned letter to Mrs., Long and this Andrew, Jr., Jimmie Griffin. day last week. Y
the out
over to Mr. Gray for announce year. telling of his tripto carrying program. Miss Perkins and Mrs. Howard Last week we enjoyed studying
Southern California plays Mon- -- Mr Gray announced that everyone the
Teachers picture "Little Miss Bowles."
lana In their first tomor- ments. ClubSponsors California. He now has a job must obey traffic rules and
game Red Reporter
Pepper -Fay Yarbrough
-- lat- ,
extra In Eddie Cantor's
tw. I have be- as an obey the boys on duty. All who
a tree ticket for FORM I SIXTH GRADE Teacher-Mrs. Hart.
lag out for the fresh team. It will Summer's end is drawing, near MinstrelThe est picture. He Is taking a full wish to get oft part of the sixth I Enos Hayes, Othma Haynes, Jr., .

I lit in the Los Angeles Coliseum and winter's frost will soon be here course at the university and enjoying period must stay in ahead of time Blllle Marwlck, Thelma Mae Ricks, SIXTII GRADE A ;t

which Is the largest stadium of No matter what the weather Red Pepper Club newly or college life. ., and also bring a written excuse GeraldIne Silcox. We have been having Interesting

any kind in the countpy. It seats may beStudents_ ganized elective club, Is going to from home. All pupils who prove Miss Edna Strickland, Teacher lessons about Indians this week
1M.OOO persons. toll on for their de- sponsor the Brown's Minstrel Our Senior Class they can't pass by this next month and have made many posters. Bet. t
Hollywod to Show at the school audi will be put back to a lower grad
I Is not a good place gree. Friday SIXTH GRADE ty Strlngfellow made a very pretty F
live to go to school. There are torium. There will be two entertainments We do like kr BaY "Our Senior I Thanks to Mrs. Wall for directIng Alex Blake, Carrie Belle Bennett Indian poster with water color

too many other things to do. Seniors, dignified proud and gay : one at 1:30: and anotherat Class," don't we 1.' And though an the music Bertlce Bllcox Lester Mc- We wish to thank Mrs J. W

There Is something on all the looking forward to graduation day, 8:00.: The admission will be Be: Item was In the'paper about our Million Leruo Phlpps Shirley Morgan Andrews, Jr., for tho nice set of I,
tine Juniors Sophomores and Fresh and lOo in the afternoon and lOc class being the;>mall t In several Good Records MadeIn "Our Wonder World" books she

I must cut this short as I have a men three and 23c: at night. The proceeds years if dldn't>ake us feel at ill Several Rooms Miss Jacobs! Teacher has given us to use this year. It !t

lot of studying to do.. I Are patiently waiting for will go to the athletic fund: Let's small The; laty \is we feel grand. Is quite an addition to our library.

Best regards I Their day to be. cooperate with this club and make We do not only'feel that we can SEVENTiGRADEII Our teacher reads some of the
this minstrel a success. All who an'the previous class Last Friday all pupils in Miss Legends,
Lester Snell.' I -- do as much Billy Ortffls, Elaine Marwlck Fairy Stories, Folk Lore, a
THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK can come please do so, as we need es, but that we can do more-.much Rosalind Jacobs' 6A room except Frances Overstreet. and Great Works of Literature to

Fire Pr eventionWeek 1. If we keep company with the support. more. The reason for this I might two made 100 In spelling This'lathe Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Teacher. us from the new books.

bad people we must expect to suffer This program contains some ol say Is because' of the class spirit best record thus far. During our study of India this J'

ObservedThe the consequences. : our outstanding school talent. The which Is remarkable. Everyone Is For the first month thirteen out EIGHTH GRADE-II week, we made some pretty maps. 'y

2. Often the things we like 'girl sextette, composed of Elaine working and.working together. In of twenty-two pupils in 8A Mr. L. M. Gaines Tommy Hitch Em- The best ones are on display on our

school has been observing most are not the best for us; while Wynn, Connie McCauley Grace his way wt are putting over many Bynum Perkins' room were on the mett Perryman Arch Thomas, Jr blackboard. We have a new bulle

Tire prevention week" by having some things we dislike are valuable -. Arwood, Marjorie McMillan, Ear- blngs that other classes have failed honor roll. This Is the highest per. Jean Davis Jenelle Hutching, tin board so all we need now I is

talka In the home rooms each and useful, nestlne Andrews, and Lillian to do. centace of pupils on the honor Mary .Jana Judd. Margaret Lowry' news.
oonung on this subject. Mr. Gray 3. If you want a thing done, dot Sternberg, and the male quartette The Character program, which Is roll so tar reported
has observed this program each yourself. 'composed of Raymond Plummer, new for the school Is going strong. The 8A pupils also have a fine loyal Teacher. Miss Rosalind Jacobs ''

Par' and we feel that a good( result| 4. The best thing in the worldIs Vann Burney, Al Kay Carlisle, and Every morning during the home cooperative spirit this year. EIGHTH GRADE-A ,

ks been accomplished. We are worth nothing to you If you have Simeon Phillips will offer numbers room period one of the character e>- Harold) Bishop, Vernon Dyal, Hair. Mildred McRae, Edna dt

Indebted to the Federai Housing I no use for it. under the direction of Mrs. Wall. traits Is discussed by a pupil from BIOLOGY ClASH PROJECTThe Billy\ Jackson Ralph Rhodes W. Pearce, Frances Peek Carol

J >lnl tratlon for some good In- I 5. Money does not always bring AL)ther outstanding act will be the Home Science or Spoken Eng- Biology Class had on display S. Rivers, L. C. Smith, Juanita White,
and So far this has been this past week a "Horned Toad" Barefoot, Doris Crews IreneGoodge
flation and program material happiness .... __ furnished by Charles Pender lash clans. Mrs. Wall, Teacher
tat Ore Prevention. Lillian Moseley. done only by Senior girls. from Lubbock Texas. The horn Grace Green, Caudla Ha- -

L n Would be well for all to check. Woman's ClubActiveAt ._ ---- The Student, Cooperative Gov- ed toad \Is a lizard with a broad, Zen Willa Vlda Killlngsworth, TENTH-B t

p these fire preventions SchoolThe SCOUT MEETING' HELD ernment is going to be a greater relatively short body with spines Margaret Pearce. Dorothy nl Jon. L. O. Jones,
Have held behind the success this\ year than ever before; on the back of the head. It Is Mrs. B. Perkins, Teacher. Roswell
A meeting was
iiift your smoke pipes, "a**. Noegel, Fannle! Silcox.
after- tar the spirit of service, coopera- found In the dry regions of the -
Jr" and dumpers been, cleaned School Committee of the school building Wednesday Arle Tillman.
ID4 7 are they in good: repair 1 : Woman'a Club sponsored a ahow'"Ginger" noon at three o'clock, for the pur- lon, and the desire to raelly do Western and Southwestern state NINTH A Mrs. S. B. Dowling, Teacher. ''
worthwhile is greater It belongs to the reptile class. Clara
scout Flume Lorraine Hartman
the boy something ,
Rita Theater of reorganizing -
n2delDo your fire place need, re- at the pose aELEVENTIIORADE
six the students. This horned toad was contributed Loyree Phillips. Doshla Smith.
In of buyIng troop; of Starke. There were among r
order to Improve theAi for the purpose
draft? medicine and first aid supplies I boys present at this meeting and The Seniors are cooperative, energetic to the biology class by Clarice Mr. Beasley Teacher. Grace Arwood Irene Davis
and the assistance of keen alert! ambitions and Gill. UartUe
Does chimney need to for the school. Very little coopera- with these .. I Hemingway LoU Judd
* -
all these qualIties NINTJIBJlmagene
l lon was we hope portrayed we can Indeed say A cold gale strikes us with Drlskell. Mellle Silcox bara Hoke
our principal Arlie
E. L. Blg-gs Mr. Gray, Sponholt
your home need re91rttJC We thank ,
worth than Starke "We have a great class be it small! greater force than a warm wind of Doris Mae Strickland Geraldine
school committee, to have a better troop ;p
a modem of the
adequate chairman
cold air being heavier Tillman.
equal velocity
lining the Mr. Cain or largeSeventy. Twcurni:
had In past.
ystem to meet full loads? for sponsoring the show and taking has ever OKADC
I air.
than warm Mr. Howard
.. .Rave you ftr.proof uh con- such a great interest hi kslp- did not make any special assignments -- _' A and B
'OllIe...? i realized six but It was agreed that we per cent of the use of Marie Tbede. Lettle McGee Lea
ing us: The at utomoblle Is for business pur- Nearly 400 types of cheese are TENTH A Recta
night Jeffords. Johnnie
cents from i would meet every Monday Rae Cone, !
| taetave you and seventy-five
fire-proof storage .dollars
In this couatry. Patsy
such even-thirty at the Woman's Club. f wees.<<' I produced Edmoiutoon. Margaret Marjorie Marwlck, Ices TlUmaa.
things M oil mops? the show. e


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W. M. U. Circles Senator Hodges Honored sor'of voice.
Miss Canova ComplimentsMiss Mrs. II. M. Richard

Entertains With Met Monday Guest At Dinner The Misses Evelyn ana
Shepard With Stump of Starit Marlorl

'f OCletYj Bridge Party Bridge Party Circle Number One of the Bap- Senator William C. Hodges :was sing first alto in the were jrlcV selected< t

tist W. M. U. met Monday at the an honored guest of the forestryand Miss Myrna Frink, clUb an
Miss Mary Canova entertainedIn Mrs. H. :M. Richard delightfully home of Mrs. L. A. Rennolds with was chosen as also 'of Stark
1 tables of bridge army personnel of Camp Com- a s\Cono alt
entertained four:
1i her home last Friday afternoon Mrs. J. H. Pitts as co-hostess. Chorus In 111
i with three tables of bridge, honor- Tuesday afternoon at the home of There were ten members present. pany 1431 at Penney Farms on

I her mother Mrs. J." H. Ritch. Devotional was conducted by the Wednesday evening, October 9, to

it, :MIss Lucile Harris Becomes Bride Ing Miss Lena Belle Shepard.The The two room*' of the home leader, Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee, as- a dinner, served, at the camp Vat 6 Carrot __

81 Of Congressman R. A. Green In Gainesville Ceremony rooms of the home where where the guest* leathered were sisted by Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Af- Loaf Recipe
r o'clock.
,', u the guests enjoyed an afternoon of beautifully decttraud with ageratum ter reports from officers were giv- Good This Season of
Coming as a complete "surprise I sage of orchids and limes of the bridge were tastefully decorated and cosmos, carrying: out "a en work of the circle was discussed With Senator and Mrs. Hodges The Year

-II to many friends throughout the I valley. with fall flowers in many bright color scheme of \blue> and yellow. and plans made for helping the enjoying the dinner were the camp following recipe which
Mrs. Harris, mother of the bride, makes a delicious, Ma7n
: state was the announcement Saturday colors.
The tallies used b11 Mrs. Richard
School Class,
beginners Sunday personnel and their wives, Lieutenant dish for course
attired In blue triple this
: of the engagement and approaching was navy At the end of the progressionsMrs. for the occasion:were very attractive and for securing tables for the season of the year 1
sheer and felt hat of and Mrs. James A. Mercer, when carrots
marriage of Congressman crepe navy are fresh
A. awarded XMiss
C. Knight was church and paint for the Fastorl- Wu Ida
'1 R. A. Green, of Starke, to blue. Her flowers were a shoulder and Miss Hazel Middle- Lieutenant W. A. Beaumgartel, en by Mrs. O. H. Lowry
high prize for Octo-
holder of Committee
Hazel MIddleton, um. Flower
;l :Miss Lucile Harris, of Gainesville corsage of baby's breath. Captain John M. Smith, Educational Carrot Loaf
ton awarded second high. Miss
was chairman
first the ,
high score for bridge received ber appointed by
Director Robert C. Griffin 1%
The wedding following Green and his Mr. cups ground
ceremony Congressman
.f' Shepard was presented several carrots
prize and Mrs.Jeanette Kincaid, Miss William Alexander, were as
the engagement announcement bride left Immediately after the and Mrs. W. T, Barker, Mr. and 1 cup boiled rice
of linen by the hos-
lovely pieces W. L.
holder awardedprize. First
of second high was follows: Sunday-Mrs.
\\ti by only one day, was performed for Starke for a short Mrs. W. C. Luten, J. :M. Sylvester, 1 cup ground
ceremony tess, as a memento of the occa- a Miss Lena Belle Shepard Wall Mrs. J, M. Brownlee, Mrs.J. peanuts
\ by the Reverend Thomas V. Mc- visit at his home. They left sion. W. D. Douglas, P. B. Spofford. 1 cup milk
bride-elect, was also presenteda E. Wilson; Second SundayMrs.E.
i 1; Caul Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Tuesday for their honeymoon Salt and
Miss Canova served a deliciousIce dainty gift by the hostess. L. Biggs, Miss Ethel Moore; Girls Chosen pepper
(i>, in the First Baptist Church in which will Include a visit to the For % teaspoon dry
course to those invited to at- Tlhrd Sunday-Mrs. Pate Gassett, I mustard
tj Gainesville. Only members of the Philippine Islands, where they will The hostess was assisted In servIng Glee Club At F S. C. W. 2 tablespoons of
tend with Miss Sbepard who were Mrs. W. H. Perkins Fourth Sun-I green
her guests by Mrs. J. H. Ritch, ; aDd
>; Immediate families. and a few la- be members of the official party red pepper
:,.-' tlmate friends saw the popular Inaugurating the first president of Misses Hazel Middleton, Mlna Ma- Mrs. Annie Richard, Mrs. H. A. day-Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs L. First meetings of the glee club 3 tablespoons bacon

'\{} Gainesville girl become the bride the newly Independent country, nassa, Ruth Sternberg, Rosalind Durden and Miss Dorothy Ritch. A. Rennolds. Mrs. J. H. Pitts will and chorus were held at Florida 1 teaspoon onion Juice fat
Jacobs Hogsed, Beverly have of the for
'f J: of the representative from the Sec- China and Japan with a leisurelytour Kitty I Those Invited were Mrs. D. P. charge program State College for Women this Bake
Cady, Annie Mae Pearce, Madge the meeting for October 20. At week under the direction of Mlas
\ end Congressional District in both countries. They will Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs Mrs. G. H.
Middleton Hazel Adklns, Mrs C. this each member Is re- Lowry,
;- The chancel of the Gainesville return to their home here for a H. C. Ritch, Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, of meeting Etta Robertson, associate profes-
A. and Mrs. H. M. Rich- to three cents for
I Church was simply decorated with while before leaving for Washington Knight Tampa, Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. L. quested bring
ard. the white fund. A splendid
( French ivory floor baskets of giant In December. A. Canova, Mrs. 0? L. Beasley, cross

if yellow chrysanthemums and small For the past four years Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. S. L. Peek, personal. service report was given IONA
.', potted palms., Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. Clifton Biggs reported having
of the
Green has been a member PLAIN OR SELF R1S1.VQFLOUR'
sent the box to a little gtrl in Ar-
{ Claude Murphree, organist, played personnel of the offices of DirectorC. Met TuesdayThe Brown, Mrs. J4j.Bnette'' Klncald, cadia.
s' the music the Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. H. B. Mc-
wedding as guests B. Riley, of the General Exten- Ladles Auxiliary of the The rest of the afternoon was
I assembled and the bride's of Lendon, and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch
song sion Division at the University
Church met at the In and refreshmentswere
Presbyterian spent sewing
I "Because," by Guy d'Hardelot, wan Florida. She has combined her of Gainesville, Misses Hazel Mid-
home of T S. Williams Tues served
Mrs. the
: by hostesses. ,
'h sung by Mable Peresson Godwin, secretarial duties at the State University dleton, Mary Canova, Lena Belle
!: soloist The traditional with versatile music and : day evening. Shepard, Madge Middleton, Mlna Circle Number Two met at the
soprano a A fine soft wheat Flour
I Devotional was led by Mrs. r.. Manassa and Ruth! home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee with that Is fine
Lucile Mitchell
'i wedding marches were played liSt dramatic career. After graduating
and recessional. F. Ward. Mrs. G. H. Lowry had Sternberg. Mrs. Nat Williams as cohostess.There ttTw1e rsats for general family use
a precesalonal from Gainesville High School she
the prayer book for Missions. Reg- ...-- were thirteen members pres- 6-lbs. Sk. 12-lbn. Sk. I
Congressman Green and his has been attending the Universityof 24-lb. Sk. 48-lb
ular order of business, report from W. M. S. Circles Met ent.Mrs. NER
bride entered the church together Florida, specializing In Journal-
; 23c 43c
treasurer and minutes of the last L. G. Powell, circle leader, SIC $1.59
WRUF radio audiences will AfternoonMrs.
1, and were unattended. Ism. meeting were given. Mrs. C. F, Monday led the devotional and Mrs. G. W.
'!\ Mrs. Green, a lovely blonde, remember her as a member of the Alderman led In After the FANCY BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN
Ward and Mrs E. M. Davis wero T. J. Griffin and sister, prayer.
Radio Guild and she has been
'1' chose for her wedding costume a a elected delegates to the North Mrs. Carrie Hitch, were cohostesses business was completed Mrs. Pow-
eemltallored'gown of autumn guest artist with the dramatic Universityof Florida Presbyterial at San Mateo, Monday afternoon to Circle ell read "Without Vision We Per- RICE 5 Pounds 25c
;f brown silk alpaca, modeled redingote players October 21, with Mrs. N. B. Hull Number One of the Woman's Missionary ish" by Mrs. Armstrong. The offering .
at the State University. ------ -- ---- --- -------
ganization, ----- -
r.i,' style with collar and\ front and Mrs. John Uglow, as alter- Society of the Methodist received amounted to $1.16 WINNER ROCK GROUND

.7' panel heavily embroidered In nates. Mrs. O. E. Stansbury reviewed Church, at which time an interestIng and $2 paid on pledge. Several

} soutache braid in a matching Congressman Green, long activeIn the book "Suzuki Looks at meeting was held. things were donated by membersto GRITS 10 Pounds
.; shade. The sleeves were fashioned Florida politics, Is the oldest Japan." The Bible quiz was con- the circle sewing basket. The 25c
Miss Olive circle leader,
very full and caught at the wrist member of the State's delegationin ducted Mrs. W. A. Bonham. circle was glad welcome Mrs _
by ----- -- -- -- --
'WI i Into a tight band. Her hat was a the House of Representatives, in Weekly home prayer groups were presided over the meeting, one of H. T Hall, Jr., as a new member. MARY-ANN OLD FASHION
the numbers "Christianity's
being -
brown toque trimmed with a chic point of service.. He was first program The dismissed then
meeting was
organized, one to meet with Mrs.G.
,If'' velvet bow on the right side, with elected*to the House in 1934 defeating Task to bring about with Mrs. J. SIlcox. MEAL
H. Lowry and one with :Mrs C. World Peace," discussed by the cir- a prayer by L. 10 Pounds 21c
Frank Clarke for the
which was worn a short face veil post F. Ward at 10 a. m. on Wednes- cle leader. A entitled "AWorkers' The, rest of the afternoon was
i;, and her accessories were in brown. as representative of the Second days. Miss Lucile Mitchell was Conference playlet; in Seoul, Ko spent socially during which the
-s. Her flowers were a shoulder cor- Florida Congressional District. In hostesses served refresh- '
appointed Manse chairman. a light AMERICAN 2.VOZ.
succeeding elections he has been rea" was carried out by Miss Olive

if iIr.i f returned to office, several times The November meeting will beheld Ray, Mra. A.1; ZAdklns, Mrs. W. ment course. DILL PICKLES V Jar 13c
Circle Number Three met at the
at the Manse with Mrs. G. H.
without Under the G. Halle, Mrs.-E. K. Ferryman
''t LADIES present administration opposition. Mr. Green Lowry as hostess. Annual thank Mrs. B. M. Montgomery and Miss home fourteen of Mrs.members J. D. Goodwin with PEAS lona No. 2 can lOc

.. had served as assistant Democratic offering will be received at that Amelia Ray. Mrs. J. W. White Devotional conducted present. the CAMPBELL'S

I' whip, has been active in committeework time. conducted the worship service and leader, Mrs. W.was B. Alexander by, assisted -
; only a few and as sponsor of various At the close of the meeting the led In prayer. by Mrs. A. M. Darby, who TOMATO SOUP 2 Cans 15c

,' of these dresses bills of interest to the District and hostess served refreshments to The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. led In prayer. Bible readerlng was FANCY SANTA CLARA 76-80 SIZE

:;ti' left State, and In the support of the those attending the meeting. A. W.. Anderson served a tempt- from 33rd Psalm. The society reported PRUNES Pound 5c

4rI'' cross-state canal. ing salad course. Visitors were having sent their box to the
': Hallowe'en PartyThe Mrs. A. C. Durden of Tampa, Mrs ANN PAGEBAKING
." l members in the offices of DI- Christian Endeavors the C.Stroman.C. Crumpler' and Mrs. W. S. work made by circle member, POWDER Lib. can 17c

rector Riley gave a party for the Presbyterian Church are having aHallowe'en which included pillow cases and a
Circle Number, Two was enter. luncheon set, was turned in to the DEL MONTE
lawn at the
) ; bride, at which they were to meet party
talned Mra. Sam Anderson and SPINACH
by society. No. 2 Can lOc
Ii the bridegroom.'And Friday after- Manse Friday evening, October 11.
Mrs. A. F. Saulsat the home of
':; p I When the business was completed .
....' the former. The circle !leader, the hostess served a sweet -
noon friends of Mr/. Green delightfully Mrs. Sauls, conducted( ( the business FANCY U. S. COBBLER
} I course to the members of the cir-
J entertained her with a fare- session and Mrs,A.- Woodwas In cle attending the meeting.
'" AND MEN well shower in Gainesville.. charge of the program. The sub |

Ii\'" Out-of-town guests at the wed- ject of. ("Prospects for World Louise SternCelebrates ---------- -- ---

,';. ding Included :Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Peace" was ably discussed by Mrs. Birthday GREEN TRIMMED HARD IIEAD

4.t winteris UcGrlff of Jacksonville, brother- A. Wood, who also led in the devo-

.:, practically in-law and. sister of the bride, also tional service.At Louise Stern delightfully enter- CABBAGE Pound 2c |
% / tained a number of her friends at
/ here Mrs. H. L Speer, of Canal Point, the close of|the meeting the ,
.' her home last Monday evening, the ----------
sister' of the bride, and Mrs. hostesses served a dainty fruit
occasion being her eleventh birth- YORK IMPERIAL COOKING
Green's brother and sister-in-law, salad course with hot tea.

ALL-WOOL Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green and his Sunshine bags were opened at day.A APPLES
marshmallow roast, candy 3 Pounds lOc
'" brother-in-law and sister of Starke, both circles and the proceeds will '
pulling, treasure hunt and otb.rgames
V ,V Mr. and Mrs J. H. Johns, of Lake be used for local work.
were enjoyed during the
; Butler. ----
t evening. Then the young hostess GLOBEONIONS
'ji i Baptist Church.News displayed her assortment of beautiful -

:; Intermediate :3. V. P. U. gifts which she had received* 3 Pounds lOc

ljYt.. The Union completed the elec- from her friends.
i f' !;' tion of officers..last Sunday evening -, The hostess was assisted in car- ,

"4'J'I The officers are as follows:. ing for her guests by her mother, 3'\KI.NO POWDERCALUMET

';" they Frances Peek, President; Lillian I Mrs. Stern, who served a delicious 6-oz. Bc Mb.can23c
f:v'l I ice course, out a can ;
,,1 need to be Stump, Vice' President; Florence carrying pink
, If Mercereau, Bible Reader Leader; and green color scheme. B.\KE8'f'lpREl\IIUl\f'

'ltf. /7 warm now Arle Tlllman, SecretaryTreasurer Those Invited were Helen and CHOCOLATE 2lb. Bar 15c

,\1 11.'r ; Juanita Barefoot, Pianist- Marlon Dowling, L'Etta Corpening,
.., Lumberjaoks 3.50 Cholrster; Geraldine Tlllman and Frances Overstreet, Sara Pearl Instant Postum can 25c.<.-&POST TOAHTIES' Pkg. 8c
:r I / I Jenelle Hutchings, Group Cap- and Eloise Bullock, Jenell Hutch- JELL-0 a Pkga. 19o Y Font Bran Fluke, :3 pkg RleJ

I rr tains. The above are elected fora ings, Mary Lorraine Stockwell,
( Leather
'If. six months' period. There will bea I Betty and Carolyn Green, and Carolyn NUTLEY
'ti '
Jackets 5.95 meeting of the officers at the I Keen. ,

home of.Mrs. Thelma Dinkins at PICNIC HAMS Rath's Lb. 25c
three o'clock Friday afternoon.All .
: ;; / sweaters from .95 Intermediates between the WILSON'S CHILE BRICK Lb. 25c
ages of thirteen and sixteen Inclu- RITZ THEATRESTARKE

,Ir!, U.sive next are urged Sunday to join evening.the B. Y.The P. CHEESE Whole Milk Lb. 21c

' meeting will begin at 6:30. I I0 BUTTER A&P Tub or Print Lb. 33c

f Doctor Thomas Hansen To SpeakAt FRIDAY NUCOA OLEOMARGARINE Lb. 20c
", Doctor.Thomas..Jausen.; pastorof FANCY BLENHEIM

I'..' are -. the Main Street,Baptist Church, FRIDAY, OCT. I1TH. EVAP. PEACHES Lb. 15c

,\\I( here Jacksonville, will .be the speaker "LADDIE"Gloria
: at a supper to be held by the Men'a Stuart-John RealSATURDAY FANCY MUIRDRIED

,' for )iY&imen Full line Bible Class of the Baptist ChurchIn APRICOTS Lb. 23c

;it' Nancy Children'sWinter honor of the first anniversaryof OCT. IZth.

Page Frocks 1.95 and underwear the class. Members and friendsof "Man From Gun IONA

: ,f:: boys-- both Men's and Women's Bible Town"Tim PEACHES No. 2J/2 can 15c
,: Classes are invited attend. The
,}:lr Otherii try supper will be given at Durden's McCoy 8UNNYFIELD .

: Silk Dresses 4.95 them Cafe. Monday evening, October 14, Also Silly. Symphony and CORN FLAKES 8-oz. Pkg. 7c

'\ POLO SHIRTS at eight o'clock. Miracle Rider
SUN.-MON.. ()("J'. I4th-Uth
.;,), Crepesbrowngreenblue The Sunday School "MEN WITHOUT PICKLES Jumbo Jar 2lc

The first Sunday after Promotion

, per yard .79 HUNTING SEASON SOON Day (Sept. 29) showed a NAMES"Fred SCOTT TOILET TISSUE 3 roll. 20c
j. marked Increase in the
Sunday MacMnnay DEL 1\10NTE-NO. 1 CAN
i1" School attendance: There were Madge Evan
for 17c
Alx, Bona-Allen 2.93 121 present as compared with nine- Also News and Comedy''
Special ty-four for the same Sunday last
.\11. shoes for men to TUEs.-WED.. OCT. 15th-16th
tg. announcement :year. Several new teachers have ONA-RED RIPE-FCIX. PACK
't' in 5 styles 3.95 been adde to the" teaching force "BLACK SHEEP"

, ; We for which will help ,4o stimulate all Edmund: Lowe Claire Trevor TOMATOES 4jk2Cans 25c
are agents departments of the' school. Herbert Mundln

''M RCA Victormagic Genuine sanforized for men and boysDress At the Teachers'' Meeting Wed- Eugene Pallette ----- -

nesday evening the teachers will also ONA SPAGHETTI orMACARONI
: brain radios Taxi-Kloth ,
Caps 250 "Morrocco
continue the study of "Personal Mirage" and College

, .od' Shirts,with for men to Factors .In Character Building." Caper with Cabin Kids 3 7-oz.Pkgs. 12c

19.95 to 25 Pants to matohALEXANDER and boys 980ALEXANDER Chapter 3 will be the 'next lesson THURS.-FRI. OCT. 11th18th"Broadway

assignment. J: -

!L The- pastor-Rev. 'C. B. Price, Gondolier" 3COCO- + ESTORORZJk COMPOUND

A:,L E X A N.-D-E RAnd spoke at a banquet and installation Jmui- Blonilell Dick PoweuTed LARD (Bulk) 25c

service at the Woodlawn Bap: ,Adolpfce. Moajoii-- ,
IJ: .. tilt Church Jacksonville last Flo Bit.... HI*OftFO'CR --.... .. -
And ---
".' Company And, Company Thursday evening; 'The adult department CANOVAS A. .
') of, the Sunday ,schoolsponsored BROS.

.. the service.
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spending several days in Braden- NATSEZ Sternberg: of Daytona;; The Woman' Christian Temperance Hallam Wasdln.K. .
ton visiting Mrs. George R. Wai- : Beach, spent several days here recently Union will meet with Mrs. E Wasdln.
Bits of lace with his father and sisters J. T. Quigley on Friday afternoonat and family/ ,
Well folks my sermon today is Dr. Sternberg attended the State 3.30: o'clock and the subject; Mr. and Mrs. J., V. Womelikwf
chosen at the last to ba
meeting -
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere going to be taken from that oft Dental Association in Tampa and and family
used was "Tho Bible, in honor of
guests Sunday of Professorand repeated text entitled "Thou was enroute to Daytona.Mr .
the four hundredth of
IDeal NeWs Butler.Mrs. S. 0. Schnell in Lake should home." trade I claimthat at the first printing of same."
and Mrs. Jeff Johns who
the --
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Earl Moseley of Atlanta, Ga., thing that only Mr. Tampa have been for the making past year their with home their in Mr and Mrs. Andrew Muller, of

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN spent several days this week here Rareback h 1 son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ana l Summit, N. J., and Miss lone
me beat on is Souring:, of Elizabeth N. J., are
I as guest of Mrs. L. E. Moseley an! Mrs. Freeman Johns, returned
family. that good looking suendlng their vacations here with P
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Monday to their home on Call
I catalogue "_ Street. Mrs. Muller's and Miss Searing'

Mr and Mrs. W. H. Hurt had ai that he Bends parents, Mr. and Mra. Charles O.. I'IN1": for Correctly Filled
is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and their guest this week Mr. Hart's out to you. I I' Searing, on South Walnut Street. fllHMMMI
!IJI. MUUarrdnJudd Mrs. John Kinlaw must admit that The new shirt |wlt.-rim are
were visiting in sister, Mrs. P. D. Kennedy, of Bax- ; e---
II i Jacksonville Friday. ley, Ga. he has me there, knorkout At the quality Store Flies have carried death to more S. G. LEWIS
but I
really humans than all the; beasts of prey
l!NroCdyonvisiting inUDaytonatch Misses Edna and Carolyn Ilutto Phillip Manassa who has been don't need a i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee HTARKE. FLA.
I and Tillman Hutto spent Wednes- spending the last month in Atlanta catalogue because you can Jump spent Sunday in Jacksonville with CARD OP THANKSWe 118'ahmt St. Q Qe Qf
day in Jacksonville.Allen Ga., returned to his home here In your old car and come right I Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth. They wish to express to our many
last week. down to my store and see the were accompanied home by their friends and relatives our sincere

,. M imbach and Titus Olsen Long and Carlyle Ritch real thing. And I'll make you this daughter, Miss Martha Brownlee, thanks and gratitude for the many I [
business visitors to JacksonMonday. were visiting Mrs. B. S. Carroll In Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent proposition; bring; the catalogue Miss Marlon Shaw, Miss Gutle kindnesses shown us. and for the
Jacksonville Tuesday. last we:!k-end In Jacksonville as down with you and compare my Cam and Miss Cuerletta Quarrels, numerous and beautiful floral offerings I '
It guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. prices and If I can't well you goods all student nurses of Riverside sent during the recent Illness .
-J. E. Newton of Lake Ge- B. Johns were visiting in JacksonE. Wainwright just as cheap I'll be man enoughto Hospital, who spent Sunday evening and death of our beloved wife,
Rev., wa a guest of Mr8-J-H- Johns weer visiting in Jacksonville tell you so. here in the Brownlee home. mother, daughter and sister, Fay

1dondpy. and Ocala recently. Mr..and Mrs. J. H Ritch, Jr., of
Gainesville, were guests Sunday of
h.WnlOl'en. Socks liu t longer, Ronald Pitts of Ocala, spent last Mr. Ritch's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. I Our Special We Take Pleasure In AnnouncingWm. l :
ihe '"Iter. At week-end here with his parents, I \
Slade of .
-- Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Pitts. 4 lard Count'10cYd. as vbt; .A Ib
liir.and Mrs D. A. Judd are an- Mra. C. A. Knight, Miss Lena Winnerof I I
Icing the birth of a son Thurs- Mrs. Pearl Shuman, a. member Belle Shepard, and Mrs. James ; : '\ '
f October 10. of the B. H. S. faculty, was visit- Shepard were visiting in Lake theALADDIN ,
1, _______
in City Sunday. '
ing Jacksonville Saturday. '; .
1 Blckenbacker has returnlirom -I lacy Blue LAMPMr. I .1
a visit In Bowman, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and i Miss Lillian Moseley and Mrs.J. Melton Jackets I I I (u'!J"I

tb his mother. daughter, Shirley Jean were visit C. Manning spent the weekendIn :MCIIH and Boys A Ix-iuitiriil home one minute '
ing relatives In Lake City Sunday Gainesville visiting Mrs. Clur $2,95 Slade Held the Lucky Ticket anhcn the next. A financial loss'. i +
Dr. W E. Middleton ance Eeasley. I 'II
a two weeks camp- Misses Edna and No. 152108 none run, afford. Uhy rink It!'
U week from Carolyn Hutto : [:
t trip in Georgia. had as their guest for the weekend Miss Mildred McRae left this MenUNDERWEAR" "al"N'<1 I
i B. Smith of Orangeburg, S. C week for ChnttahDochcc, where Witnesses to the Drawing were: John Inman, C. II. I Curry Fir luxuriance with '
---. she has accepted a position at the ; ,
|ik Relief for Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and Mrs. State Hospital. Shirt or Uruner. Jenkins! H. It. Witkovskl and Melvin Wiggins. !! JOHNS & I : j

A. H. Johns were business visitorsto 59c
; Jacksonville Monday afternoon.Mr. Allen Long will return to his : WAINWRIGHT X'( a
and Fever home In Chicago, 111., Saturday BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. 1 '3
hills and Mrs. B. Jacobs attended -'after a visit here with his mother, COTTON I Telephone 13 'j; :
services in observance of a Jewish Mrs. F. II. Long. ,
\ and Other Effects of Holiday in Jacksonville, Mon 3 Pound Itoll59c r
day. Misses Hope Haynes, Dorothy ," R
Malarial Ritch, Dorothy Sapp, Louise Sny- '
on't, put up with the suffering of Judge A. Z. Adkins and Col. A. der and Mrs. Clifton Brown spent 1'lItEC\NE Goonuy
.-the teeth-chattering chills and S. Crews spent Thursday In St. Friday in Jacksonville.Mr. Hints <1< huna bray TIPTOP GROCERY r'
burning fever. Get rid of Malaria by Augustine on professional business SHIRTING12'2c SUGAR RICE
the Infection out of your system.E Tonic. and Mrs Dave Silcox wero I o. u:' N\S\\'OUTln', owner and Operator f' ,
hat Grove's Tasteless Chill guests of their son-in-law and RIM'C'ldl \
C-deMroyj and drives out the Infec- Cox j 5 Lbs. 5 Lb. '
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yd.All .
jiAt the same further time,attack.it builds up your of Gainesville, Sunday. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL ;; !
!n against REAL

dm rove's quinine Tasteless which Chill kills Tonic the infection contains Mrs. Hulda Corpening and Miss WoolSWEATERS 25 C PRICES, OCTOBER 11th and 12th. 22 C )'

Ilk blood. It also contains iron which ESTATEIF Snookte Corpening attended the "
ft up the blood and helps it overcome Green-Harris wedding in Gaines- For Kids. 1"it .1'(Mt "ICEHII JIM U.\NUY PEARL l'\ I
elects of Malaria as well as fortify YOU WANT TO ville, Sunday afternoon.Mrs. '
uiit re-Infection These are the effects 98cLadies NECK BONES Lb. 9c .
frail for COMPLETE relief.Grove I BUY, SELL OR RENT A. C. Durden Is spendingthis GRITS. 10 Lbs. 25c ;
tidm Chill Tonic is pleasant to take SEE US-
children week here as guest of her WHOLE OR HALFPICNIC ,
absolutely safe, even for :
flutter taste of quinine. Get a bottlt LS'O'N' daughters, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and WoolSWEATERS MATCHES 2 Pkg.. 15c M
totf and be forearmed against Malaria WI Mrs. Jeanette Kincald. HAMS Lb. 20c 1o 1.
Lit It at all drug stores. Now two suet [REALTY CORP. UEUCIOIJ81rUISllilmiE: GROUND
;Strand $l.The $1 size contains 2A Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent $1.95 Kin
u much as the SOc size and giver the week-end in Fernandina with MEAL 5 Lbs. lOc
21% more for your money i his mother, Mrs Mary Davis, and RUTSTERNBERG'S." STEW BEEF Lb. 9c f fFL.
sister, Mrs. J. R. Hardee.E. IT PAYS TO

HHALL'SVariety !vith. Gnann his after daughter has spending returned and son-in-law five to weeks Ok.>i'iumpka -, Starke. FloridaMrs. LOIN.\. STEAK Lb. 19c LARD EE: II lb b, 12(I c" ;:":f :"'

I Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan.Mr. I

Charles of Gaines CHUCK ROAST Lb 121>/ 21-oat. SWEET MIXED ,
and Mrs. H. T. Hall, Jr., and Simpson c .
baby have recently moved here ville, spent several days of last PICKLESIIAMBURGER 15c '
from Cairo, Ga., and have taken an week here as guest of her brother FRESH
GroceryON apartment with Mrs. R. F. Fernan- and slster-ln-lnw, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

dez. W. Edwards. ._ Lb. j21& ARC1O SWEET TENDER .

OTII STREET-NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT R. G. Kldd, who is employed as Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Dodd and ECO. SLICED SUGAR PEAS can 15c {
civil engineer on the cross-sta'e small daughter, Dellena have returned -
SPECIALS LAST THROUGH canal, came up from Ocala and to their home In Ocala after BREAKF. BACON Lb 29ctUlO FANCY CKIJMHED or SLICED
spent the week-end here with his a visit here with Mr. and Mrs.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 10TH. wife. William Norris PINEAPPLE No. 2 can 15cAttnO ,
BOLOGNA Lb 121L C| {

PORK & BEANS, Can ___ _-_______4c L. U. Morgan and son Leaton Jr. Mr. and' Mrs A.. W, Redgraveleft ? FANCY HLICEDPEACHES : No. tyt CAN
made! a business trip to Leesburg Sunday for a two weeks visit/ ? 15c
Saturday, returning home they In Petersburg, Va., with Mrs. Red.
,PENNY MATCHES, 2 Pkgg___ ___isc visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. grave's sisters, Misses Bessie and GUARANTEED SILVER KINO <;
Hall at Citra. Malme Edwards. 6 LliS. 12-LnS. 21-LHS. {

SUGAR, 5 Lb _25c Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell and n.
Mr. and Mrs T. D. Clarke returned
daughters spent several days of to their home In Miami FLOUR 24c 39c 79c

POTATOES U. S. No..1 10 Ibs __12c the past week in DeLand as guest Mrs. Tuesday after a visit here with
of Mrs. Stockwell's mother Mrs. Clarke's parents, Mr. and
W. D. Haynes. Mrs. ,N. D. Wainwright
j Jim Dandy Med. GRITS, 51bs.._____.15c ICEBERO rllUt.Mr.lt: or LOOSE!:
A new hat does wonders. New Leslie Biggs, Jr., was one of the

COFFEE ACE 100% Pure, 1 lb.____17c styles at Duality Store.- eighteen Chapter of men PI pledged Kappa Phi by at the Stet Chi LETTUCE each TWc' COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c r

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. W. son University In the opening REAL TENDER I
MILK. Carnation small 10c 6. Torode spent Sunday In Tallahassee week of the present session SARDINES 4 J5cRutABAGAS
3 cans __..,__ visitingMiss Lois Adklns CABBAGE Pound I 1'k' ; cans - -

and Miss Mary Lucille Torode, Mrs. J. L. Corbett, of St. Petersburg QUAKER REG. 0 QUICK {
LARD, 2 lb. Package __________25c who are students at the Florida has returned to her home TURNIP I
State College for Women. Monday after spending two weeks 1.4 Lb. Pkg. lOc
SOUR here with her father, J. J. Rlgdon Lb. 3lhc
24 Ibs. Good _____.....-..--75c who has been 111 with pneumonia... MACARONI, Pkg. 5c W

PEAS.. (Early June) No. 2 3.for ___25c CENT A WORD Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.and! Arthur Mr Rlgdon.and Mrs.of rytv.3Lbs. lOc

COLUMNFOR Lacy Rlgdon of Ocala spent sew BUTTER 11 29c
Good Yellow ONIONS, 3 Ibs. ______10c eral days here recently with their
parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. J. Rig-
Straw. APPLES Doz. 24cFANCY
SALE-Missionary don.

SALMON, can________________ lOc berry plants on new ground. A. YELLOW
J. Gnus Mrs. Jennie Mae Blakely, and O. K. Soap Powder for __lOc

-RICE, It's not broken up, Lb. _______5c FOR SALE::11 hogs, reasonableprice Norman son Mrs. Billy Smith Mrs.Denmark Orls, and Denmark W. W. ONIONS 3 Us. lOc FULL RICH GOLD MEDAL or NE8TLEM:

W. Horace Baisden have returned from i BEAUTIFUL: I MILK 3 tall can. 17c
Fla. Itp
Box 97, Starke
Route A -- --- -- -
NATIONAL OATS, 42-oz. _______iec weeks visit with relatives in South OAOUJSEN3KJPLEL
FOR SALE-1 Breakfast set 1 table Florida. 14cREAL I FANCY ROSEDALR 150 SIZE

BEST WHITE .BACON., Lb. _.-22c Iron, 4 Bed chair.National$500;Spring 1 large and poet all Mrs. Florance Canova,' Mrs. R. NICE I CORNED BEEF HASH _. lOc. I

cotton mattress $ .OO. See S. G. G. Kldd, Miss Elizabeth Holllngs- CELERY each lOc ;
CREAMERY 28c Lewis, 305 N. Church St. It worth and George Flynn, Jr.. were BROOKFIELD
BUTTER Lb. ______
visiting Mrs. Glen Wood in Gaines'villa | MAYONNAISE Qt. 35c
FOR SALE Missionary Friday. They were accompanied
,PRINT CHEESE Better Brand Lb. 20c berry plants. Will make price. home by little Mia Betty
right. .!of. Rhoden, Route 2, Box: Ann Flynn who has been spending
72. near Heilbronn Springs. a week there and George. Jr., remained NO.
,fresh PORK HAMS, Skinned, lb.,_._.25cggARETTES 9-26-2tp for the weekend. POTATOES =:1 !OLbs. 13c t r

"MILLIONS Genuine Improved Don't Get Up Nights

.._____ 13c or 2 for 25c Maryland PlanU $1.50 Missionary per thousand Strawberry fob- THIS Yale nL5Ut'PN': r.e2A'rfwm l lI"HIII SYRUP Gallon ______45c APPLE BUTTER Qt.15c

:ftJMBQ lb. 40c Castleberry. Thurmond Farm, It It falls adds to flub which out cau.Impurlll.nand the Irregularity NAVY 'NORTlIERN BABY LlMDElli( SCJi1ATCIIBEANS
SHRIMP, Ready: cooked, Castleberry, Ala. .un that w.".. you up. Oat '

HAVE YOUR floors sanded the tahl.t bu t.d
,OYSTERS (Apalachicola) Qt. 60c correct WI;;.,We.have the latestequipment. li r ;.ca..tor..ollnof ne the bOw..... '
Nfl .Hnd scraping.Local Poorly actlair. bladder can., cause Pound 4% c Pound 5c Pound t ? 5/zc IO Lbs..__ 25c
Real C. .A. Powell, flow /r.unt jo"
I Lb. 2Sc references,. scanty It
Country SAUSAGE Pure, b..h.. In four dara
Phone 1192-J. North 9th St., .o"plM..d any droul.t l will refund
Gatnesvlnsjla.* jour JSo. MltckcU'a Drag Dtor rdAF.
'- -
.'N JntRxr ,T ,;aita+

,.W, (v, ,'. ,. "'I ."),,.J1t1\l.'J'k: i\,1"'i''H\, ;-,... .: E, rr. I t,1'atuY'4

,, m'",""", -' '''''r'4 ''''1''r'I<"T7QMr'r' lf'I\':''''. .;; n ''' ''f'I'i1'w! / >, ""'!!" :'rrjl'''.ah,',+nm dyl", ''"I''T''I'' ''r"vpryy14\' : \ I 10'.J

11. I..

ny Appleseed Is told by Rev. John land robber, the timber
Florida PlansA W. Holland in the current Progressive grasping landlOrd robber.robber, th
"Different" Farmer- take 811 th
away riches that tour
1 "An old farmer Is his 84th year tlons of men can genera

+ FARMERS SECTION Home ComingBy LIVE STATE NEWS bought some apple trees and made sCarcely restore

plans to put them out as soon as
FRANK WRIGHT winter was over. He bad an ultra-
GAINESVILLE, Oct. 10-One of News of Florida in Short ParagraphsWANT practical neighbor who said to I
Conducted by Demonstration Agents the most magic of words to any I IliT him:- I 1 a
alumnus of the University of Flor-
ida is "Homecoming." And that "You certainly don't expect! to

word Is In the air, and on the lips' .. .. ____ l.L __ live to eat any apples from those a
of administrative officers faculty trees. Why plant trees for the

DECREASE NOTED IN members, and students, as prepar- ANOTHER STATE CAR TOPPLES fruit you cannot possibly eat?"
,{ Hints To Housewives FARM: RECEIPTS FOB ations go forward to create a new SARASOTA-Two Sarasota at- MIAMI-An attempt to climb "The old man smiled and said, E5
FIRST SEVEN MONTHS! spirit a new character and type, torneys, complaining that North Into his automobile while it was 'Have you never eaten apples from
for the 1935 Homecoming which Florida dominates the Legislature, on a filling station grease/ rack trees you did not plant? Most of AMERICAS
Weekly from Dome Demonstration GAINESVILLE-Cash receiptsto will be observed here October 25- I have asked for a mass/ meeting: to proved fatal here to Rader Spivey, the apples I have enjoyed grew on 1 ONLY
Specialists, Tallahassee Florida farmers from sales of: begin a program looking to the 32, a dairy employe of Ojus. Spiv- trees I never saw"."

.I principal farm products and rental 26.In years gone by the returning creation of a new state, to be call- ey, who came to Florida a month In telling this incident: Dr. Holland GINGER
t MOSQUITO CONTROL and benefit payments were smaller alumnus found himself in the midstof ed South Florida. Paul C. Albrit- ago from Eatonton, Ga., was/ remarks-: "

W "To keep mosquitoes out of the during the first seven monthsof I' a succession of social affairs, ton, former circuit judge, and crushed to death when the car, unbalance "The greatest enemy of mankind ALE
;? house: this year than during the cor- and when he departed for home on Frank Redd extended the invitation by his weight toppledover is the person who leaves life lean
responding period of 1934, says a to the meeting to other on him. His wife Florence,
,Screen any openings using Sunday it was/ often with a feeling mass and scanty wherever be walks. Tha
to the State Agricultural counties of Southern Florida. and their three-year-old child were I \
k screens sixteen mesh to the Inch. that while the occasion/ had been I .
If mosquitoes swarm on screens Extension Service from the Bureau pleasant he had not seen so many sitting nearby. TRAIN SCIIEDL-: I I. t

and come in when the screens are of Agricultural Economics In of his old chums or had a chanceto WILDER RESIGNSTALLAHASSEE Effective June 16th trains 11 \ P

(' opened spray the screens with Washington. visit with professors he once Governor MIAMI TURNED DOWN and 12 will be discontinued and
some patented manufactured pros Farmers in thirty-four states might have feared, but whom hit Sholtz has announced the resigns MIAMI-Miami cannot obtain a trains 13 and 10 will run as follows -
duct. Follow the directions on the had larger cash receipts in the most probably now calls by their tion of George H. Wilder, of Plant Federal loan the City Commissionhas :
,. can for spraying. first seven months of this year given name. City as state motor vehicle com learned for purchase of the SouthboundNo FOq

Dry under the house or basement than In the same period of 193, I So many of the'students on the missioner, and the appointment of privately owned system through 1-Due Starke 11:31 P. M. 1K1NN 1
i' as quickly as possible Mosquitoes but receipts. In fourteen states including campus in former years have util- B. F. (Bud) Mizell of Gainesvilleto which water Is distributed to No. 15-Due Starke 4:08: P. M. "KIDDIE
will stay In damp places Florida, were smaller, the ized Homecoming as the opportunity succeed him. The resignation homes from the municipal water No. 107-Due Starke '9:42 A. M. TOO!
i during the day and come into the report shows. Other states In to have ."the best girl" down is to be effective as soon as Mi- pumping plant. City Manager L. No. 191-Due Starke 10:57 P, M.
i house in the night. which farmers' cash receipts were for a week-end when the University sell qualifies and makes bond to L. Lee reported he had been advised NorthboundNo.

Sprinkle either oil of citronella smaller for this period are Maine served as a magnet attracting take the office., The bond is $200- by the PWA that it was/ with- .2-Due Starke 5:22: A.'M.
or a mixture of one ounce of cedar North Dakota Nebraska, North beautiful and lovely young ladle 000. Mizell now is president of out autorlty to advance funds for No. 16-Due Starke 12:43: P. M

coil, three ounces of citronella and Carolina South Carolina, Alabama here from all parts of the state. the Young Democratic Clubs of the purchase of existing facilitiesand No. 108-Due Starke 5:11 P. M.
two ounces of spirits of camphoron Arkansas/ Louisiana, Texas Chances are, the "date section" at Florida and Is chief deputy conservation that the deadline for applications Starke and Wannee BranchNo.

cloths and hang them over the I Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Homecoming a number of times officer for the second as/ well, had passed. I 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. M.

11 bed and around the windows ani and Arizona. would have revealed a larger num- congressional district.SANFORD'S No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M.T. .
j' doors. This may keep the mosquitoes Marketing receipts to farmer ber of deba and sub-debs than old SCORES "NAGGING"TALLAHASSEEAffirming .'J. GRIFFIN. 1 1
.; away If there are not too In the South Atlantic States were grads and former students scattered OWN FAULT a

;, many. fifteen per cent less In July of this here, there and everywhere. OCALA-Sidney Paige, consult- Pinellas County Circuit Court decree -
."{ Keep in-doors especially in the year than during the same month But this Homecoming the old ant geologist of the Trans-Florida awarding Paul W. Nolan a BOREE FUNERAL HOME

early morning and evening, small of 1934, but were forty-six per cent fraternity house, where many aresentday Ship Canal project held to the as- divorce from Mrs. Sarah Linda Full line of
children who are not able to protect than in 1932. sertion that Sanford's failure to Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
more July Receipts > alumnus spent intriguing Nolan, the Supreme Court said a AMBULANCE SERVICE
d themselves from swarms ol for the first seven months of thin undergraduate years, will bo conserve its water supply is responsible "nagging" woman makes a man's DAY AND NIGHT
f mosquitoes.. If children do go out, year were five per cent less than more like a normal house than the for Its fears about underground life 'well nigh unbearable." Jus-
rub on their clothing the oil of for the corresponding period of center of pop-dances, teadancesand streams. Chief oppo- tice Rivers Buford, who wrote the 53 PHONE 53
I -? citronella or the other mixture 1934, but thirty-six per cent above the like. The fraternities are sition to the canal has come from opinion, said there is "probably no G. II. BENNETT Mr.

j I i suggested above. the low point in 1933. not arranging any social affair Sanford, where growers claimed It greater cruelty which may be In- "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

\\t c To Present. Breeding Total cash receipts for farmers until after the Homecoming football would create the danger of con- flicted" upon a man "than that

!i Spray or pour fuel oil (ordinary of the nation as a whole during the game. The frat men and non- taminating the state's fresh water which is inflicted by a contentious,
1" oil used as fuel or crank case oil first seven months of this year was/ frat men, among the student body streams. Paige declared the prob- unreasonable and nagging' worn'
: that can be gotten at tilling stations $3,313,304.000, compared with $2.- have been asked to Invite this lem there is felt In many other regions an." Help You

tree of charge or kerosene 906,341,000 during the same per- Homecoming, not "the best girl" explaining,salt water appears -
':' on top of puddles pools and other iod In 1934 and $2,353,260,000 m but Mother and Dad, and other when, the 'supply of fresh OCALA FULL:
M places where stagnant water .'s, 1933. These figures cover thirty- members of the family; perhaps water Is drained off too rapidly. OCALA-Ocala Is full ,to, overflowing k-1: ; ,AVOID MANY COLD!

::v standing This oil keeps mosqul- three principal farm products. To- the neighbors next door and alum -- Hotels are turning away r l
I ,
1 to larvae from getting air and 30 tal for July 1935 was 461361.000, ni of their acquaintance. I BOOTSEY'SBEACH g-uests Rooming and boarding -' ) > At the first nasal Irritation or sniffle

1' they die. After a rain the oil compared with $508,972,000 in July As a matter of fact the University -' L. Gnsklna housed are full. The standing- ., apply Vicks Vatronoljust a few drops
must be put on again. Drain the 1934, and $457,878,000 in July student who turns up at CorrespondentWe room-only is hanging out in restaurants A up each nostril. Used in time it helps

'r. place or puddle as soon as/ possl-, 1933. Only the North Atlantic Homecoming with his beat girl are very sorry to report Second only to the In- colds
(i.. ble. I states, as a group showed gainsIn friend Is apt to feel quite a bit Mrs. R. N. Crawford on the sick Flux of canal workers, which has prevent many entirely.

Look around the farm yard and, July 1935 over July 1934. out of place. The new spirit the list We wish her a speedy re been going on for three weeks, is
,"+' empty the tin cans, palls and 'other new character and type of Home covery. the cavalcade of contractors, con- VICKS 'VA TRO-NL
;: containers In which water has RESEARCII WORKERS this fall sulting engineers technical engi-
coming quite obviously
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green of Lake
been standing. Rain barrels or SAY'CROTALARIA S. neers, calculators, bookkeepers RfOUlA SIZI 30c .' DOUHI QUANTITY 50c
(. becomes one In which the old grads City, have been' spending several
\ tanks In the flood sections may be IS POISON TO STOCK and former students will feel that days here with her parents Mr. stenographers and bonding house
and should be tort .
pulluted emptied representatives.
jf they are to have their inning. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Mr.
this reason as well as to get rid of GAINESVILLE- rot alarm ._ .
Green left for South Flor-
;\ mosquitoes New barrels should spectabllla. which has proven to bea No has the APPLES FOR OTHERS
one ever seen planet ida and Mrs. Green expects to jobber For
r be used or the old ones sterilized fine cover crop and soil builderIn Venus itself, but only a layer of husband there later. There are still Johnny Apple- Expert Repairing
M before they are used again, to collect Florida, Is poisonous to live- clouds surrounds it, seeds. This strange man with a
/ more rain water. To keep stock. I i .I.. +--_ Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling strange look in his eyes, went
mosquitoes out of the clean bar State Experiment Station work- For the past eleven celery spent Sunday at Greenwood the among the settlers in pioneer Ohio
pa;:: rel cover the top with a galvao- ers made this announcement recently I has ranked first in aggregate car- guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. territory and gave them little bags Smith's

), ,zed wire netting, having at least after research and field observations lot movement among Florida truck ,Buddy Starling of apple seed. Many thousand apple GaragePhone

p1'ft: en _rn sb!! ,t? t&9, >Ip?lt, Thisnetting had shown that this crops. Louie Murrhee and Wilbur Craw- trees resulted on farms that

,ft' w... weep mosquitoes front species of Crotalarla contains a ford, of the CCC Camp near Ocala would otherwise have been without
tk, laying eggs on the water. The !poison which Is fatal to livestock Most of the meteorites which spent the week-end here visiting ipples. A monument has/ recently 120

." surface of the water may be kept ''If eaten. strike the earth in the daytime relatives. been erected to the memory of this

dM. covered with a thin layer of kero- I The toxic product has been isolated arrive In the afternoon while Mrs. Jerry Dryden, of Palm man who helped In producing tree Wrecker Service Day or Night
G+ BC&a 011.) Kerpsene 91! wllj' not Injure from the leaves, stems and most of these landing in darkness Valley, and Miss Kathaleen Saucer whose fruit he would never eat.

i g water for washing purpose!! :ted 8? t thls- plant ..:Tests showed, Arrive_ before midnight o{ Jacksonville, are spending A little story of a modern John

(: but It should not be put In drink' hat usually it Is not palatable to several days hero $jth )II'. and

l i,; ing water. livestock, except when in blos- weakness.The I Mrs. J. Ray Quinn.
,) ,- som and ordinarily will not be following changes have been Mrs. Bill Barnett, of Port St. o
eaten unless other feed Is scarce several weeks
vhevti* noted in animals dying of the Joe is spending
MALARIA Field observations revealed that I acute form: hemmorrhages on Inner here with her parents, Mr. and
In 3 daysCOLDS grazing cattle are often'1 moved surface of stomach and intestines Mrs. L. M. Murrhee.Mr. .

!'. 666 during the rainy season from pastures ; hemmorrhaglo conditions in and Mrs, M. L. Thompson. I
to fields in whloh Crotalarla
flret Uar the heart and liver and inkier surface and children spent Sunday near
,t",, III growing. In such cases grazing of the gall bladder and trachea Lawtey with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
: .uT.n TABhaTR Tonic and Is often limited and the cattle will ; and probable hemmorrhagio Wllkerson. ."
,; ogle
f aAL DROPS Laxative eat the plant.Crotalarla. areas in the abdominal fat. Examination A large crowd from here attended

V poisoning may assume of animals dying from Church at Hellbronn Saturday i'P
either an acute or chronic the Chronic form showed a large -- -
The Station workers night.
form. Experiment amount of fluid In the abdominal
say. Early symptoms of the acute Vanlce and R. C. Keene, of Gum
discolored and hardened liver -
r form, In which the animal is sick cavity and Branch, spent Saturday night her % 1

Man Who only a short period are loss of appetite amounts, enlarged of gall fluid gladder In the, tissue large of with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Kersey.
weakness, dejected appearance -
the walls of the stomach and large f1
bloody or dark-colored drop- Intestines. Charnie Yarborough has returned w..rea o.
) j j.w.rrw
pings, and In some cases, bloody While Crotalarla spectabllls has home after spending the past
Knows nasal of the in the CCC Camp at Calhoun -
t 2 discharge. Symptoms been found to be toxic for live- month
chronic form are loss of appetite, stock, feeding trails have shown La.Lonnie.

} diarrhea faulty coordination, and that Crotalarla intermedia may be and Corbett Yarborough ur + r i
Whether edy used as livestock feed, Crotalarla and Allan Anderson, of Jackson- '

.t: You are taking : ) intermedia."may be used for grazing ville, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

'1+ Headaches, Neuralgia wNER FADvp.v1svy or silage. E. E. Yarborough Sunday night.
., ,
{ or 'Rheumatism Pains Although Crotalarla spectabllls Mrs. Steve Starling and Mrs. rw ',i
is poisonous to livestock, it Is one Vallie Hart of Greenwood spent t
. is Your Doctor.
of the best cover crops that can Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. W.. HERE's Florida'.' most COD.enlent "', '
: Ask Him be in Florida and its use
/ grown' R. Kersey.
... .conomlcal rak:1ua tra..ll 'E f
and moat
; ,
1 for this purpose should be continued Morgan Bradley, of Eastport, t
< but only for this purpose Ex- spent several days here visiting You. can Lan alma any time to ault

; Don't Entrust Your periment Station workers assert. Mr. and Mrs..Noon Bradley. you own connnlaa..0 130 atra1Qbt

.ij Own or Your Family' Donald and ,Lonnie Green )fLake of bus. ?
through without change to pratr"I? 1'vAtn
here Nyen "
E Well-Being to Unknown City, spent Friday night
' JAPANESE OIL visiting at the home of Mr. and tically any city In the slat of Florida ,,
\\ Preparations
.,!,, Mrs. R.' N. Crawford." over on. bus system. Go on. way. return
"} BEFORE you take any prep...- al.wl*a 0....., ...,. T..... HALL another for th. same fax..stop
'/; don't know all about MISSION
; ITS A scat wforeiNfiefeltl.
I I''''it'' for the relief of headaches: or the I.. HU ITwOIKI Al All DmaaMtWrMe The men, not fearful of the wet off at points of interest or for buslnesa :;(tax, y ,w..w,

" pains of rheumatism neuritis or tIw rail B....M ",.. Tnrtk AM.t weather, were much in the majority appointments enroute at no extra cost ;
. :: neuralgia ask your doctor what he THe. ass,." MetMeel KMMO O*. ... yes at the Bible study on Tuesday
1f thinks about U in comparison evening, but it .. good to see them Schedules much faster to many dtte .,. ':
''c with Genuine Bayer Aspirin. than other land transportation.. X7 tires/.t1fCs- -we. r1"
.;, We say this because, before the interested in things spiritual.The any I
t : discovery of Bayer Aspirin most O t ... quartette and quintette expected more convenient too with Buttons right ,,,,,,
'','" so-called "pain" remedies were ad- jwv .. -.....- were detained, but a message w""
i.1r. vised against by physicians as being H... kigLY tsBsJoav received promises them for H In the cantor ol town. -
bad for the stomach; or, often, forth Ko wonder yes. snag a'die ... future date soon, so don't mis!
'::6:' heart. And the discovery of sad talk at UM esjMBTja.Wa HAIRlMD'A1C1 them. No other fintclaaa travel costs so little I j } .

Ii' Bayer Aspirin largely changed *,*\ evil Orwwwwr .... .. Lake Crimson the subject Fares are even lower than the coat of
medical< praetice."II vaa may...d .. "Red ,
t Countless thousands of people 'L MOTTOVsal* flesd.vtr..... Iisas 1 used made an impressive study gasoline and oil for your own car.
'l' who have taken Bayer Aspirin year .. aM tit (Islah 1:18): and one that will lead .V".:
, T' in and out without ill effect, have .... ........, 6a..1 r "M. to future consideration of many TRIPS DAILY ONB WAY MOUND TRIP ilw4 "''- lIlY jj proved that the medical findings( Dr. HO* things which perhaps before have
, f about its safely were correct. .Tablets' Hair trouble are u.ually.alp: trouble

,:"., Remember this: Genuine Bayer hilt lass fa a half (Us* ttyj a and. :-.Jf.. trouble of eome ar kind*frequently or ether due that to seemed One beautiful trivial thought brought JACKSONVILLE .80 1.45, UNION I BUS STATIC

,Iii.Aspirin is rated among the fastest >ar akea p...... spstrkvsTMak oat Into the*calp and oaue.e Infeetlon study is found in :l\IIAl\Il ,4 5.80 10.4-1 ... .
the evening's
if.: methods ytt duconrrrd for the relief I oatiktes with eoneequoat Irritation, Itch, cruetyor
'i ; of headaches and all common pains .. ..Paaetltsrl. ... JrijjrftfBDy. ...agate and thin. and Canton hair. Hebrews nine:."Christ's last will w. P. BEACH 4 5.80 10.4-1 :MRS. E. II. SMITH Agent
ti' and sale for the average person TII... I* one treatment for the scalp and testament was that aU might
,. Dr. Kns** Nerrtas) to ... that not only destroYs the but ORLANDO 4 2.60 4.70 120WGREYHOUND
' to take regularly. para.ltp. It I 'be saved, and was sealed with His Opposite Court Hous*-Phone
.i .. t..w fos_-HqaJJi ad also help heal the *
I? Yov car more-simply Aspirin at i Tablet Beth la.L1 Dr. Porter'Antleeptlo Heallnf OU. Notfancy ,own shed blood.Surprises BROOKSVILLE 4 2.10 3.80
; drug by n v rtaking -we..ag ... offectlv
t ant a pr.paratlonbut an on*
for it by the name "aipirin" "" e.... -and 'that'what:you want reeulte.The I are likely to be in order OCALA .a 1.00 1.80
: alone but always saving BAYER. M yeuv ..g sl's U.. of Dr. Porter jtatlMptl HeeJInsOU I In the studies and musical
I. ASPIRIN when WID' purify your scalp and promote until the end of the GAINESVILLE 4 .50 .90
1 yi sy.Bayer the Growth of healthy vl oreae and loe- numbers now '
I"", ,""u. hair. Dr.PorterAatlaeatl. HeaJlnjOU year'as teacbcf sad mtOiciaae ST.. PETERSJrG 4 3.05 5.50
AspbIIt.i la made by the mats*"0.-.'. and will aot
t l.AJrarBromo Quinine and I. sold by are: available, you TAMPA 4. 2.60 4.70
.i ( l'R\\ all and o with sruaranteo. want to miss them.
..1'' .t .. .0 .,..: In N ( r: 'JOtoD. or nony DeaL The hour has been changed to BALDWIN 4 .45 .85
I, -... 0
7:30 o'clock.

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tl'TIST- CHtfKCMB O'SMAUGUBcY I, feet.ferently then staggered to his : countenance to him. Nevertheless, tor saw where Wlndy's thoughthad Only two units of the federal

-sT lt. Pa.tor 'S he managed a polite smile "Guess led him. The tatter's face was government operate at a profit
Price. Hastings and Fran : "
exchanged I klnda "
C. m gIRd to. stiff with tension and for Ion
10 o'clock a. m., a glance. a ? the patent office and the naviga-
'Course If
-ray school, *55145 IS' C' bum If you'reftlCIIU'j The doctor nodded cheerily."Well terrifying Instant he was back In tion bureau.M .
r'J'h01Jlaa. p,11 6ttiTIlIC4 A/la you got a we're happy you're well the cage, surrounded by fire with a I,
a. m. .5 over or .
wo can put enough to You've
Ing from Nit go. had a long murderous tiger at his throat. IKTKIV1NOTIOIC 11\1.1'1
p; tT 6.45: p. m. r. off. |i siege of It. Ileio's a letter for you The doctor mode a small sound I. hvrvhv given that under
ing Worship.. T:30 p. m. MCtrQordlayn-Mayer Windy shook his head Just came;. and liv yin .a., f>r n Final l>erree
Wednes1,45 wearily. I us If to recall Windy errant at- of Por.rlomiimml0 and ri>ti"1"ri> : Meetinl'. "I ain't been drlnkln'. I'm tired. by the Honorable \ Z. ,
r Twhers: I Windy grasped the envelope nero tention. There was a short embarrassed Ailfelniv

p. m. Wed- ain't been slrepln. That's why I'm vously In his left hand. "I s'pose I pause. Then he continued Jude 81 1> Judicial of the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida of the Inftntl

J1148ek: Prayer service SYNOPSIS like this." He rubbed his palm I I owe you folks a heap of money." reading. for Bradford County In Chanoorv -*
: Michael (Ulndy) stopped as he saw the despair 1 1Windy's In over his face. "I lay awake rtntfxt .p'emb.r' Kth. IRAS. In
y. 7.30: pj -__ O'Shuughnessy, of Hustings' nights "Not a cent. The Insurance company "About Cora and the kid that certain cause therein lately
face. thinkin' .
glittered with hvtwvvn The Fnclornt Land
eyes took
Greater circus Is care of everything. He the doctor heard the hissing; Intakeof Flank
a famous .
animal met Coltimliln. Plaintiff, and
jletbodisl Church Pastor. trainer. His wife Cora "Then she's . skipped desperation r'I,'that maybe I've vatched Windy covertly as he saw breath, I'm afraid I've got I.,,..,, V. Man-oil and husband J. U.Harroll .
M. Montgomery, Windy was saying hoarsely. He lost him for good." A violent shudder him fumbling with the letter. "Let to give you some bad news. 'The ..t at. er..ndant., the tin.d.r.l.n..L. -
high-strung and
m. neurotic, Is also who wan therein appoint
dy 8c1'001-10 a. moaned like -a man bereft of his passed over him. me do that for has given can't .
S1JII : a performer. But Wlndy's, dear you agency up. They d an Special' Mater In Chancery to
garoing! Worshlp-l1 a. m. est possession U his sense. "Martha made her do it!" Hastings clapped,him on the A deep-dyed flush of shame suffused get any result. and so they've quit. ..x.outa the same. will on Monday,
Uague-7:15: p. m. His voice the 4th day of November 1I5. (lurInf -
,worth four-year-old son, Stubby. Corl"Se1derly rose. "They took the shoulder. "Hey. you better snap Wlndy's face. Not even to be Maybe we can hire some other the leirnl bourn of sale, befor '
Inr Worship. 7:30: p. m. kid! They took Stubby with them!" outta1 that, boy. Keep on that way able to do a simple thing like dicks who'll do better. Now you the Court liana door In 8tnrk,

ro:are invited to all these ervPreshjterlan Is visiting spinster them, sister so Hastingssuggests Martha He lunged toward the door. "I've and you'll go off your He 'ening a letter He stared through op. hop on that train soon'a you get Florida blddor.,for sell cash tn line, the highest following I and bout d- ,

got to find them." checked himself. "Come on, let'slook weak misty eye sat his right this because we're all waiting for .orlbol Innda. situate. lying and b .
a stag: party for Ins1 In Bradford County, Florida\ to- (
: Church Windy. But that night: while "Walt a minute, Windy. Say at It. sleeve which dangled emptily by you. The elephants miss you, the wIt ;

H. Lowry. Minister Windy Is at the Tavern listen ;' Hastings sped into the Unprotestlng. Windy allowed his side. cats miss you and most of all, your Th. NVt of the 8K<4 of the SW'l
George ex. grounds after him. himself to be led from Then he the letter friend, Dan Hastings" of Sea 16. Tn. ft South of Kan, a tJKant
r'no m._Sabbath School. plaining his dangerous new "Windy wher the tent. squnlted at East of the 8. A. t* Railroad
l a H-Moralng Worship; stunt to the other performer, you going? Where you gonna' But Franz, bringing up the rear, the doctor had placed before him Having finished, the doctor fol-1- sty of SIC,'. of MWI4' Ho XD-t-VJ. ;
.ooA look?" Wlndy's shook his head "Reckon musta' back' ed the letter and almi all of Ulitrk No. 1 In Peets-
the pastor. Stubby awakens and hears Cora eyes glared pas disapprovingly my eyes gone meticulously replaced vlll, In Sao 8.-a-12.0! all that
on i by V Young Peoples VeeService In'hlspel'l'd conference! with him, half-mad with pain. '"You This was no time for new stunts on me too. It's all blurred." Not It In the envelope He studiously part! of N-14 .of Nil'y., o( NW -&

5.00: p. Martha."I got any Idea where they could no time at all. that It made any difference now Ignored the opon tremblingof of-way See; S-B-8a.of .... 1.ln/l A. L. Ka Railroad.NV t of rlsrht-.

r mtEvcsl Worship. have gone?" Hastings pleaded with he thought drearily. Eyes or ears, Wlndy's hand. Searching among ;. of NW"/ of NW' of Hio 96. 1
7:30: p. WANT MY BOY" him. THE HOOP OF FIRE Tp. S 8 of Hiinir, S3 1<.. and ninr

I Bo8l'woodnptl;; t Church Windy punched one fist Into the The calendar<< hud drol '. particularly at( Nw corner dncrlbd of 8::. 85 b ,rlnnlna Tp.- ,V

IJTl. O. Hemingway. Pastor Chapter Three other. "I gotta find them. I gott Chapter FourA pml many of its helves 6 H. of Hanm tt Knit and run. }
nine Kant I33O foot to the 8. A. KJtyi
Ibices every Sunday. Bible find my kid. I gotta find my kid! t on the day that found thonco' Mouth and parmllolwith
1,010.19 a. m. Services at 3:30: Windy opened his eyes to the number of the performersstood Windy In the hospital Ih* Went Rid of the H. A. I*
: morning light with a sputteringgasp He looked at Hastings dully, about Idly In the center ring, office, facing the dottor.the ,t 'r Sty 330 feet thvnc TO cut to th..
jtoclc to afternoon. without MKCtlnn hoe livid Wg Moctloni H
as a great Jet of cold water ] recognition. Where hat waiting to see the first rehearsalof unit .11; thonc North 310 f...t to '
I BETHEL \1TIST C1IUBCHI poured Into his face. "What In1 they taken Stubby? Did they the new animal ..stunt. &' the point of bvslnnlnv.
mean to keep his son from him? Also| commonflno at the 8Wcol '5' '
I. Donnley Pastor heck's the Idea" he demanded of' Jeff looked :
at the
caged tiger
1lev.1.\ Why Just to be nwr of 8eo. 811, Tp 'ft R of
I services every first Sunday. Jeff as he saw that one of the elephant's separated for one then muttered "Boy, am ah happy Range 91 Id, and running M. Oil
trunks had 'I,, day would be bad enough. But for. the Htc-tlon line 19120 feet ; then*
2:30: m. directed'on mah
I School, p. presence ain't required inside
Sunday ever? Not to be able to North 4UO feet; then* Went 1.190feoti
(Bible Study and Prayer Services him. I I squeeze this cage, durin' this perform ep : thonc Mouth 4iO ft to the
those little
[ fingers that had curled point uf beginning
j Saturday night. "Guess that done It Rajah," Jeff around his ance. ,' pi
big hand so confidIngly ('nnlainbrg In nil 83 spree tnor r
said to the elephant. "Ah tried I 1 when As Windy came stumbling up or loss and being In Hoctlotm, to '
they went for walks? the and. SB. Township ft Mouth of
othah of onlookers eyed him curiously : ;
every way bringln' you Not to rough that curly head Kansro' It Hunt: ,
'round Mlstah O'Shaughnessy." j j"Brlngln" j again? And little then nudged each other with the appurtenantRaid sale t
[BOB JONES boys changed "Say" Jeff to 1
whispered Franc to b* mad pursuant tu until Decree
me 'round!I" Then Win-
so rapidly at Stubby's too. Overnight .
1 age "don't you think I oughta' put real to satisfy tli* sane and cool
On Here dy remembered. The drunken party I they sprouted right np bullets In this revolver 'stead of n. f.rr. rlllt\Nthnc..Y.
{Comments. with its all night revellers. With And they lost they first teeth pretty Ai ; .
blanks 7" ir ,-10-6t-lU-U i.
And Hereafter snort of disgust he flung off "I young too. He certainly oughtto "He only uses thnt to frightenthe :

crumpled gardenia wreath be with Stubby when the little
'J cat if she Fran
gets tough,
___ hung around his neck. 'Does my tike had his first tooth come out. NO UPSETS L
answered tersely, "but If the fire
The devil told Eve In the gar. . does Mrs. O'Shaughnemty That was an event. A father hue Joes get her fighting may I'm pre. what did anything matter when a papers on his desk he pickedup r:

know that I'm has she been to be man's whole world had
ni of Eden to be her own god. a right there had a right pared."" He touched the rifle at be-in a timetable. "Now there's a ;
around 1""Nobody's "Listen snatched from him
don't need anybody to tell boy Hastings was siiy his side. train to Dubuque at ten-thirty
011 been here." Ing, "you can't let me down like "The anaesthetic often has that The treatment i ::1,
do. Live own Windy approached the cage You can catch that If you hurry.There's proper ;
u what to your Windy heaved a relieved sigh. this. You can't go lookln'. I'll put effect" the doctor reassured him.
door In hand and the another at If
a whip one use you for bilious child
Is the substance oft "What do think would be "It'll Would a d
That a detectives 'em. like to
C you on It's the only pass you me ."" I
in for
pistol the other. When he bill want to stay over lunch ,
he said when he was tempt- good story to tell the Missus sensible thing to do, Windy. An read it for youT""Please.
entered, the door'was closed ant He broke off as Windy quietly ram rriM i'i'I
the first woman. Adam and this morning Jeff?" In the meantime the only way to \locked behind him: Moving for rose TO SIUiVINN
to be free,*, but In- Doctor Winters his I '
decided I adjusted .. "".* .
ward unsteadily he slirnalled. An- ._- t'
"Thanks, Doctor but .1 ain'tgoin'
Md of finding freedom, theynmd pince-nez, then began. "Dear Win. ? { ':
other door opened and the tiger Vr
back there ,
slavery and they enslaved Into the dy: Got a telegram from the hospital "j

it race. The godless, superficial sprang At this moment'cage.however Wln- that you'ie ready to blow. So It had come to an Issue at ,' i,

who they Boy, that s good You lent The doctor faced him square
orldly crowd Imagine Jy lurched aalnst the Uger'a news. can A chanting dan lodaui a tmalla
it free the the biggest slaves onirtb Pw '9h stand. There tenso pick us up in Dubuque The I ly. "There's only one way that quantity tomorrow less each time, '
mounting was a
They are slaves to ap- Doctor's voice continued althoughhe you can overcome this thing until bowtlt need no help at all.
from the watchers he
murmur as
the had seen fair that's happened to you." He eynclWlndy's ,
They wear Windy's glance
ttlte and passion.! 1
tt stooped to right It. Then a shrill mother know the reason
and sleeve "No not that ANY
,U's chains. The freest peoplo shift away. her child nape playing\ ,eats .,1 I
i earth are Christian ,people. cry. Now don't pt the Idea that or your son It's this other thing." little la hard to msnsue. Contlipatinn. :' I'

[very real Christian lives as herases "Look out!" Hastings shouted'n because you've had a little accident Windy sat down In slow aston But what s pity ao few know the ,r t

but he pleases to serve sharp terror for the tiger wan you've got to find yourself a shelf ishment. "How did you know sensible way to wsl thinga right I '

ad. even then spring through the air, and sit on It. For my money you what's happened to. me T" The ordinary laxatives of even !,,'

But In a split second of time are as good as you ever were. If (Wild do the doctor's words ordinary strength destroy all hope I' I,

As everyone connected with an Windy had jumped to one side. At you still want to do the Fire Trick menu? What. HAH!! happened to of restoring regularity tqA :
the Instant the end of his liquid locative is' the answer I" I' ,.
same .
It's okay with I know How mush hand
me. longer
rational Institution knows, dur- you are J I
mother The answer to all your +
l the first few days of school r whip cracked sharply In the antnal's can do It. ." Stubby to bn kept apart worries over constipation. A liquid ,I r i

ere are always a few students face. It crouched where It As clearly as though he were Don't Milan next weeks thrilling is.. can be mtaiured. Th dose. can be ,,1/

to go back home. You can not had landed, a furious, snarling looking at a photograph the doc tiillinnnt. exactly suited to any age or need.' 1<,

ther several hundred r mound of fur. Just reduce th. dune. each lime, unlit .Ii ,
young peo- Now. fiercely.cpn. entratlnll on tb. bowels are moving of their own' .t r
from all sections of the United I" .
the Job at hand Windy cracked ill accord and need ao help
Utes and from across the seas In FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
This treatment. will succeed with 1
whip again, forcing the ,tiger up,
educational Institution andre a es : had mounted the Year any child and with ana aJult. .; I
anti! It platformon Many Experience Makes It INmalMe for Me to Render
all of them strong enough to Doctors use a liquid Uxatlv. I I'
I the elephant's back. EFFICIENT PROMPT land C'OUKTEOUH SERVICE '
the form. If It
id life away from home. As t use liquid
o dictating this article I" see anmg His shouted commands Interspersed MODERATE PKICKH! Is bent for their use. It Is beat for
with the sharp singing DeWITT C. JONES home use The liquid laxative they .
Is the
man leaving. He sec- .-.. nap of his whip, rang throughout Starke, Florida generally use. is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 'f.
student who has left. One the tent. He back away and mo- Pepsin, Any druggist,bat It. i

ent left because he said he I Then Windy remembered The drunken party of the night. tinned. "Okay Jeff" M f

mid not give up cigarettes anddo reached his f fTv
t not allow our students to Jeff bit his lip reflectively "Well take your mind off it until they As Jeff Wlndy's struck a match with THIS OFFER WILL EXPIRE SOON -
K tobacco In any form. The one now, lemme see. How about usln' get found, is to work. Sure it is for what his

'to la now leaving came to my that one, where that aunt of yours ."It's my own fault" Windy saidaloud sixth trembling sense fingers had told him before his _

Klce for a conference. He asked suddenly broke her leg?" ,' talking more to himself confirmed. Windy'svoice

my advice. I gave it to him, Windy gestured disparagingly than to Hastings. "I ahoulda'" hearing had now broken ever so slightlyas OFYOURFAVORITE

ul t he did not want advice-he "That's a rotten story." He frowned known better If I'd'a stayed he had shouted out the com

wed me to endorse his decision then snapped his. fingers. "I've where I belonged it wouldn't a' mand.

i go home. I tell young people got It." happened And now they're gone Now the torch was biasing. Still

erywhere, "Get your advice "A better story?" and they've taken Stubby.: facing the animals, Windy backed r\\y4

tan people who know." If I wish "No story at all," Windy replied Weeks had passed and Hastings to the bars of the cage and

learn about 'possum hunting" with new-found resolution "I've was sitting at his desk one day reached for the burning brand.

would not go to Broadway,'New alibied myself outa' scrapes for the worried and harassed, regarding The flame flared high. Every- MAGAZINESAND

ork and ask someone who had last time. Tm goin' to tell the Callahan, the private detective one's breath was held as they saw

merbeen out of the city to give truth That I went to Dan's party who was making his report. the elephant cringe, then lean tone

M advice. I would find some old and got drunk. I'll say I'm sorry "We've checked with all the circuses side his little eyes gleamingwith THIS NEWSPAPER-1 FULL'YEAR:

ntry man who had a. cur ,dog ." In the country" Callahan terror. The' tlger'8 first reaction -

t had been "'possum hunting:' Nodding his head vehemently said, "we've checked all the schoolsIn was to bare his teeth 'In You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer

jou wish to know how to preach and feeling supremely righteous the Middle West and East. Now alarm. Then she uttered a sudden f

i some man who has preached Windy strode to his dressing room here's what we're up against, Mr. sharp snarl and crouched to spring 4' Leading Magazines and Your Favorite Newspaper

peat crowds-not some musty pausing for a moment to brace Hastings. If the slated has kept One shot from Windy's pistol however -

*l dead seminary preacher who himself. the kid and Mrs. Shaughnessy and she subsided.

u never preached to a large au- "Morn in' everybody," ;he said has dyed her hair' and changed her Windy next applied the torch tJthe

e In his life. If you wishflan then Jerked back as a man does appearance, well cotton waste and soon the

advice do not ask some who is prepared for a stair' step "She doesn't know how to do flames were licking their way Pick 4\ Pick 3azines }
idly, godless Find side of the hoop.
person. and finds none there. anything but circus work. greedily up I
eve man or woman deeply ..pirbal The watched swaying
The room was bleakly empty. "Well there's other places elephant .
aDd orthodox and sensible thought slow from side to side, with the snaring
Pretty early Windy carnivals fairs vaudeville. But if
ask for advice. You :young be for spitting tiger on Its back."Steady .
ly, for everybody up she's changed her name and ap ,
*!*! who "
have life's road ahead steady, Windy
breakfast. Absently he picked upa It's tough flndln' her." Rajah :1dwziPes.
'!JOn better get some information torn photograph lying on the pearance sal<1. "Hep hep!"
nodded gloomily.
none Christian man or wo- shelf. His eyes widened Hastings Rajah obediently lifted one foot

who has travelled the road. makeup that it was an Inscribed Don't know what I'll tell 0 Shaughnessy. to take a forward step then
as he saw off his
writer He's pretty near his fear'
has made many mIs- of himself to Cora. fear of the fire overcame
u, but he always picture nut:' He rose. "Well stick to It. Trumpeting wildly, he
did. have of

**W sense In every crisis to get He apprehension.began to experience Fearfully a dawning he- Put more men on If necessary.and doswlped man. Windy with his trunk c t..._-_:'" ..1 11'1',.. c Ddsg a w r0--n......... A ......,., _...'.

*ee from someone who know the makeshift close's Something's gotta' be done owning him a helpless dummy, DN.r ........""..11' Orlaltl.4UD o n. C t1e1..1-.I T. '
**t to tell him. walked to quick." the bars. Instantly the C .... ,. ao. ess7llas. .."ul Tro
If I had not with sheets. i against gg.C.trr lllgelO a ...., >1 v1.w

"gilt advice from the proper par- covered Only his own clothes remained' "You can rely on us," Callahan tiger seizing her opportunity C .......... (Week1rt.) .....tYa /la dcse Po.tsf larnl; ::i'IT... : "
times in my' life' life else said as he left. leaped at Windy with bared fangs.There .. n.1ow.ei.
SOld my on the hooks. Everything plcCar1.1 I..tnr." 'ire r Ce.-a" .o..,..S ra ?
have been wrecked for time Franz, one of Windy's helpers, was a horrified uproar. C (t1.T10.".... -........,1 Y
poaalbly for was gone. entered ., "We're all set for the din. Hastings was yellng Area l..d .- .......
tern1ty he quietly. Above .... ....IT.
: cry' ... MINISIYDfR .
strangled .,
Then with a stunt .- ....-- A'ir'trl'MgDa ga. ........
t.'e .
Cora's wedding ring lyIng the rehearsal of Wlndy's "Franz! Franz D ? ............1 a..Je .:...."l b
picked up Boss." Franz aimed the rifle, frantically Q JIpoIta Aa.W K ,...1 Tr.
mute on her pillow. It told ........,....1'II. { a..lid ,;;wA.. .
.. ..
?" trying to separate the struggling OWve p*>* .. .. .lYaTy..a1.
him everything however In "O'Shaughnessy ready and the tiger In his W..*........1'1" thMw : ... ....1Ta
Windy ..
spite of the fact that his reeling "No. C ............,11'.. a M 11..dLanaB W..1 T..
at him sharply. vl Hlon. .-1toIoI
brain refused to credit him it. as he .Hastings Franz merely glanced nodded. "Pry him Joows. Get a hose," 1 g.... -aft ............1'1. 1 C S *-n.4i' M.l i .:.:;. .' T.
M stared at .. -
Hastings entered Wlndy's dressing Hastings bellowed.: "Shoot Franz, CIO..y.g ......, ....11''' I !. ,bed NOa141t:.:..l !TaDAm.alaolrWl r.
office. They J
burst wildly into his C : ....11''e w.... ,1
the bed. shoot! .. ..1
on Tr.
him C\lCIe.
to find lying .
O.I .. ."' ..... "Where's Cora T"Hastings' room In C N g
.1.._ sent narrowed In quick : staring somberly at the ceiling. And now Windy was caught I 1 .....**-**(R 1 a.oh l"'M d.uy..I 'fro a"r
lu eyes the enraged tiger CI) ,
UIY .IIfIM t. "What's happe'.1edT" There was a five days growth of. hoop of fire
i bete y.. r4aa comprehension. at him madly. Above the
_.H......' beard on his face. clawing
.'... -..-- Tm askln' you!" Hastings summoned up a jovial- shrieks of the 'women and tbs w. tlmmrmmt "Tklu Ottmrt IJSB THIS UANRYARRER BlANK TODAY, '
.1 "That's what could be heard

......I.u.r.ae..- WIndy' choked over the words.his ity he and did waltln'not feel.for"The you boys Windy.ar shouts the vlctorioUA of the men.trumpeting of the Our err...... with. .. die. ptsbUdae. r a' GWeIt '1M ,.W a Je.1re4 I tIrH_ Mef SY;

There was a violent roar in ready be The* two shots were .1" four.r1*... fill -f -L. ....,..,.

ears. "She ain't In the tent. The Windy stirred. "Any news? fired elephant.. own r epftfeatelht.J L. enables IN toy taa&. ....... I...... '.... ., _. .1M..r.tM/..r...._

kid ain't there. Their clothes are asked heavily.sort of. The agency The calendar had dropped many Mi thfe rctItencMMC o6ers. k I It strictly ..... ,raw a .yeat.beedt.. t* par sggse.

gone:' dick"Well was yeah Just here. Says he thinks ''of Its leaves on the day that foun I ju.r nt..
"That explains what?It." they 11 have a line on 'em soon," WIndy In the hospital office facing promptly tf you art It JIN- ,iKai

"What"Explains I wanted to speak to you be lied staunchly."He's for weeks "Sit the down doctor.Mr. O'Shaughnessy," .vbeaibp to sny of tfc. mtfilfxw .. fss.s a Lp

about. Hastings picked up a been sayln' that Doctor Winters said pleasantly. /: your MUM wH be .ataaded. Ye....d kiss

r voucher. "The cashier Just sent me now."Give 'em time. Feel like show.in' suppose you don't feel too badly i i / d
out all your '
Martha drew "
I this. the trick today. Windy? about leaving us.
: dough. What was the Idea of putting shrugged Indlf- Windy turned a haggard, drawn
?"' He "Why not? He
It all in Cora's name



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__ ._ ____ __ __ ___ ._ __ _____ .n__ .> -- -.__.. ---- ..' ..-- ._- ... ._ ."O. __ _' ---- --- -- -'-- ---- OCTOBER.- "11, IV!!,.

Bradford CAUSE FOR REJOICING Mrs. Fay Wasdin' Charlie 'Ward rolrnllt Court ot '"- -

County TelegraphEstablished Bids for the completion of State Mrs. Fay Wasdln, 21, died in a Charlie Ward, 77, a life-resident nlinide'ullieChancery.. In that I ,
Road No. 28 have been and Maybe You'veHeard Land Hank 'I'h. ,,
opened of
October of County was found dead in
1877 Jacksonville hospital Friday, Clay versus 1'. J. JItY C"ltnnbl" pistol,;
the work will probably be finishedby ] 4, after a long illness. Mrs. his field at his home near Kings- .t ai", Defendants and, Wlf[
t It rer76
MEMBER.VFLORIDA the first of the year. This la It ButLot' Wasdin was a native of Michiganbut ley Lake Wednesday, October 9, scribed Mortgage lan"H covering, th ;ullunlr ,
welcome not in Putnam I situate
news, only L
services held Thursday
had lived in Waldo for several Funeral were In/ \ !
gFlor dA4'oIlty f UI''dfotd; ifl
PRESS County but also In Bradford and or '
ASSOCIATION I years. Funeral was held /Sunday! at Oak Grb'Cemetery with S,, .of otni
1935 every other county along this October 6, In Waldo Baptist Rev. L. A. Dotilyy officiating.: "nVI"a ofxa 814 I. ,;I I d I \ e 0 .' "short route to the East Coast"When Not Be Hasty of He Is survived two of Se". 181; 'end :: : Of,
.... Church, with Rev. W. B. Hicks, by sons, N1VI4of"H
.ot.WaII.dJ.ea (da. ... : this road Is finished along In spite of the fact that critics Nee of <, .; */
__ _, __ _____ _.___ u __ _____ __ .._._.... .__. about the first of the it Is have hailed It aVthe beginning: ota ficiating.She Walter and Calvin Ward, and two U, ell In 1:1'f To"\'n1hl 1'101 \:,
year Mollle Austin South, Itange
is survived by her husband, daughters, Mrs. of e0 ;
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class likely that the Starke-State Farm new era In motion pictures, we Thomas Mlddleburg, and Mrs. Ida Carter Ing 20 Iteree, .t' a"ft'I lIaln.
Edward E. Wasdin, one son TilEIthF', fli.,.my lea,
rood will also be In Its final have decided 'to ''n
reserve judgment
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida and one daughter Dorothy, her I of Palatka. you named In IhlH'nUN: oarh
... and Bradford should immediately on "A Mldsum ler"Nlght.s Dream mother Mrs. W. F. Womeldurf two I Arrangements were In charge of required to Appeal II' the Jr" h.r.
---- -- --- ------------ of Complaint
feel direct benefits from both of after seeing in the current "New all m'-d|| .ald II
E. L. Matthews------------------------Editor and Owner sisters, Misses Bessie and Elnora Boree Funeral Home. on :; aRHlnot'l t
: e'oilrtdow -nV.'hh.r'
these Important projects. Yorker" an advertisement In which at the ,, '
: .. ., Womeldurf, four brothers, Jimmy, Ida otherwlMe Ih Stark.'PI
Road 28 Is Its fr. Max Relnhardt's Is bill! |
-- -- route R
-" -- -- -- -------- -- ---- -- a short as > name Decree'
Jorden, Charles and Ralph Womel- will Pro r,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE original name Implied, from the ed above Mrt: 'William Shakespeare's. Notice 1 Ii N01''''' and each of you,tCu," HRhln.t I
durf. hereby It allure
Lake City gateway to the coast. It I Mr ReInhardt is a fine may concern! that Ilwill 71: 0nfl pear' to
Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance Pallbearers were: J. E. Over- IT 18 OJUIERED
; nal report and apply to the honorable that
will greatly shorten the distance producer, he- did wonders with revolving b* published. Ihle
street Morris Desha, Charley De- J J. {(. ..rryll".n. County Judge, once a
Advertising Rates on Application that tourists coming Into Florida : stages In the New York coriHeouCounty we..ka for ',",
: tor my final dlouharire an Executor In th,
sha, R. L. Thigpen, Rudolph Itrtl
....... -- ..----------_.- -- from the central south will need production of "Grand Hotel" but of the Estate of Clara U. HlHtnink' having T.I"lfrA\'h\ a hO""P'1
penter, and Will Blakley. on the 2nd day of Nov. A. IX 1935, .ull lord In
to travel In order the Kast whether that entitles him County lit.
to reach to
billing At the Court lloux In Starke, Florida Florldu
It stopped raining rain in Ethiopia and went to raining Arangements were In charge of This 26
Coast, and It will route much above Mr. Shakespeare is a matter I, my application being based up- 1935. day or Neptelnler. A.
bullets. tourist traffic through Starke. : for serious debate the Boree Funeral. Home. on County application Judso.JoRoph. now on file with mild Clerk: THOMAS!!

r.it 0 Over In Palatka they are already James Caency is said to con M. SUtrunk, Ex'r. of JirudCo CircUit Court'
llauptmann Plea DeniedThe 10-11-41-11-1-1 C talking about a big celebration 1O-4.6t-U-l ) Flan
duct himself nobly In the part of
I 711j We know a fellow so susceptible that he feels giddy just
"when the last bit of concrete has Bottom-the fellow with the don highest court In New Jeraey .
"A"TEn'" !tALE! .
I reading the liquor ads. been laid, and Bradford County key's head. It has just occurred this week decreed that Bruno NOTICE) lit hereby given that under NOTICE MANT'lill'e is N11F:

0 should join with Its near neighborIn to us that if they had picked Clark Richard Hauptmann must die for nt forecloHure and by virtue made of and a Final rendered Decree by del' and hy virtue hereby or Iflvp"a that ,
showing appreciation for the Gable for the part he could have the murder of the infant son of the Honorable A. Z. Adkln. Judgeof cree of Foreclosure nude'lh.1 end ,i I
,IY ;: If the meek are going: to inherit the Earth we'll let completion of this convenient highway used his own ears but then who Charles Lindbergh. His motion for the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida.of the In and 8th Judicial forBradt..rd klnsaJuARx ntithnol(irvuk C an

,j. THEM worry about it. are we to tell Hollywood casting a new trial was denied. Haupt County. In Chancery, dated In the and 8th Judicial for (h''ult nt pl 1.r
-o-- directors their business? We only mann will carry his fight for life "Heptember lAth, 193In that Chancery, tinted HI'aM""d (:"OUllly,
o WE NEED BACH OTIIEIl to the United States certain cause therein lately pending that certain U"loh"l 2, Ii,
J hope that Cngney doesn't use : Supreme between The Federal Land Bank of cause th rrh, .
A fellow who lets his wish-bone take the place of his Some South Florida newspaper! any of his sock-em-In-the-eye, Court. l'olumbllPllLlntltt., and E. D. Kin- R"pending Admlnlatralor'between. J. W Ahdl.,*.,!
of -
don et, al DefendantM. the underHlfrniMl ; I th I ",?,
); backbone gets nowhere fast. still In a huff over the cross-state drag-em-by-the-balr tactics on TI- --'e -- who? wax therein appointed J.Plaintiff W. Andrews and J.'w wr., exxd'
canal are demanding Immediate division tania, the fairy queen-it would bo Births .HM Hpeclnl Master In Chancery to I Defendants, the 'I""rd.i'.
.i 0- execute" the name, will undm.IRned.
on Monday
of the state Into a North just a little than we could was thereby appnhltxd. I"
more Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford, the 4th day'of November 1936, dur- x Ape
Germany is a poor gambler if she wants all the chips and a South Florida-two entirely take, sitting down. October 3. ins the legal. hours of vale, before I 1111 Maater m., will In t'hl\n..r\ tt. "rrnt'.
Lawtey, girl, the Court House. door lit on hlnndlty 'h
back she lost in the last war. different \states.. For many years In the advertisement the pro- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt, Florida Hell. to the hlghext and Starke beet. of November' 19:10: duung'bt"i1 I h,
there has' been talk of such' division ducers proudly\ announce "a cast of bidder, for cash, the following deHcrlbfMi door nauroi sale. InTnro. I ti In, f'mIl1h|,
October 4. : ,
Hampton, girl, Starke. Klorlrtii
landH, situate, cell
but now with the canal formIng more than 1,000," which puts Hol- Mr. and Mrs. C. W Hall Waldo, ; In Bradford County lying, Florida: and, being to- highest and hei-t blddI. h,?1 0, ,
''I" A lot of.accidents have occurred to an automobile witha an unofficial line between the lywood 979 up on Shakespeare, I girl, October 4.MI' wit: ,the ate following lying and ilvHirllicil.being, ,innili.
I. of SWK '1 i ,.
H'4 : of HWVi and SW of L'rxdb
lit driver and a unlit taillight. two sections, advocates are becomIng who seemed to get along all right and Mrs. S. F. Grlffis, ; NWV of HVVVi of SWH of SeeRfJin02 Calmly Floi'Ida. to-wit.| ,
S< of
more insistent. with a cast of twenty-one. But Starke October 8. lien n s h i 6, Range/ 22; 4 the 1 KEY< Df SWi. ,
girl, : lion f?. Township 0 moth Hn7i
oNo ,
They say that the interests of times have changed; there Is more y with the appurtenance acres Bald Hale 22 aat; nUn lulu 1 2,, and l ,
war can be really popular if it involves names that North and South Florida are en- unemployment now and perhaps to be made pursuant to said Decreeto Block to the X2 of TempleV" Al Idlll, ,
No Cause For Alarm town of
Htnrk. ,
the can't tirely different and for this reason fairies hire out cheaper by the day Hatlufy the K. Maine and costs.FL lion' 25. Township II. in HOUIII fc
average man pronounce. they should no longer be tied to- than they did in the ISOO's. Several weak-hearted persons ,A.. Special Master. In Chancery. Range 22 Rant; aNO! (heu:< ,

o gether. It has always seemed to But come, let's not be unfair. were given a start last week at 8-20-51.10-18 10 the, Township SWW t>f the 7 South NKH\. of]tang Jterll.,.,

Mothers often wonder which carries the most dirt, a: us, however, that these divergent We await the showing of "A Mid what appeared to be some sort of OIlD.JII OF pr'iii.irATiov AND East
with the
'A steam shovel small shoes. Interests work as a system of summer Night's Dream" with an train engine being rapidly con- NO'1''':.] TO API"].\II be made pumuant appurtenance to HI.Id*, l aid Dwrr| | sat|.
or a boy's checks and balances to the mutual open mind. But If James Cagney sumed by devouring flames. It was NOTICE !In hereby given Ynth T. J. Satisfy the came And coHtii
fAY and wife, MARY .t
o benefit of both sections of the makes just one pass at Titania- Iin fact only the Seaboard's "weed I Bill of Complaint had( been filed a A. A.Speclnl S. CnT IIllIaler WII, In "ham
state. The more conservative Flo. Incidentally we might mention burner" that is brought along the I against you and each of you In the 10-ll-8t 10-25 i
finds that he is -
Many a car owner driving a hard bargain -
rldlans In the northern part of our that the best seats at the New track every so often to mow down
j. when the installments)] come due.o state occasionally need the tonic York opening of the show are sell- the weeds. It is not a new piece ...

o-- of associating with the progressiveEast lug several weeks ,In advance at of equipment, but.. many people
'' and West Coasts. Likewise $11. Was it .Shakespeare:;; or who have never seen U in operation. c1l3ubtR :
1' We won'tio to war and if we can just keep the war from South, Florida must find helpfulthe that sold one 'or two-of his works Flames from a gasoline tank on

;1. coming to us everything will be all right. steadying Influence of Its old- for not much, more than that the bottom of the car shoot out

',,1 0 er and more experienced neigh J- for several feet on each side of the A'rlIRP1 PATHFINDEI
Sure We, Understand track and make quick work of all
4, Evidently Mussolini never heard of the old adge: The bors.Together North and South Florida Someone has said that people undesirable growth. Another crew

,f less you say the less you have to take back. seem destined for greater who write fan letters are half follows the car to see that the fire $ -2530
things. Separately they both does not spread.
0"t (psychopathic was probablythe J
might fall prey to their individual word used but it's all the +-- '
t Many a man's favorite day is tomorrow because he didn'tdo shortcomings"0 same). If this is true then perhapsthe Only two units of the federal 4.40-21 6.j(

/.' anything today and intends to loaf tomorrow. people who write uncompli- government operate at a profit- 4.75.19 7.C
:+ WE OWE IT TO THEM the patent office and the navigation -
I mentary letters are still halfwitsand OlhwSlwbif
g 0 Those radio programs depicting ill-tempered ones at that. bureau. IIi lrtlcsS """I""e to chinft without i
The young people of today aren't so bad. They do many the plight of an adolescent boy or However, even at the risk of be- I SUt m\a tal ddlllotul.

j1 v things just to aggravate narrow-minded reformers. girl suffering from the embarrass- ing placed in this class, we took shoes, If they want them..
ment of pimples usually Introducea out pen in hand a week or so ago We don't seem to remember I

t p&f consoling friend who suggests in and wrote to O. O. McIntyre giving r Mussolini taking a vote among the Over 20,000,000 GOODYEAR Pathfinder.coldthat's .
In America many people live without working. In less a nice way that human beings owe him the old Ned. He had so natives of Ethiopia on whether or

?'; fortunate lands the lower classes work without living. It to their fellowmen to put forth frequently mentioned a certain not they wanted shoes before he how good It Is. Guaranteed In

ff'n' their best personal appearance under "Sweet's Restaurant" In New Yorkin began scattering bombs around writing tigiiiist! road Injuries and defects

al) circumstances. his column,that, our curiositywas last week. In fact, we don't; > believe A better tire dan most dealers sell at
I They say a cow moves her jaws 41,000 times a day, or If this is true of men and woman kindled, as, well as our appe- shoes were ever mentioned. Wiliest pr1r.u.Register.

:i iA; about as many as a little girl with a fresh stick of gum. how much more true Is It of tite, and we determined to visit By the way, didn't a lady named

_. cities and towns? the place if the opportunity ever Mrs. Frances Perkins make a
o- All of us know of many places presented Itself. The location, Mr. crack a year or so ago about the Motor Co.
';' Herbert Hoover has been investing heavily in land. that are suffering from a severe McIntyre said was on West Street people of the South not wearing

cll: Maybe he's found out that he'll)] have to raise his own grass. case of pimples: vacant lots that near Fulton. shoes?!' We're certainly glad STARKE, FLORIDA

are grown up in weeds, streets Several weeks ago, when It happened THAT never got around to Mussolini -
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that are unswept and littered with to be our lot to be in the and Arthur Brisbane.

Another trouble about having a big reputation, you are trash, and private homes with ne city, we went several miles out of -

i. expected to do big things when you feel more like taking a glected lawns. our way just to reach Sweet's at
,i good Present company Is excepted, supper time The area for several I:
? nap. and Starke does have comparatively blocks around was carefully searched Starting Monday October 14th

\' o few of these eye-sores, but still but nothing by the name of ,

"'; Some ministers think the men in their congregationj: there Is always room for improve Sweet could be found. Even policemen I

i' must be an honest lot judging by the way they sleep through ment. There are many small plots in the neighborhood had never
around filling stations and along beard of It. 'To make matters

\ the service. street curbings where' a few flower worse, there weren't{ any restaurants -

0 seed sprinkled, at little or no for block around and our
cost, would make the difference be- feet were beginning to hurt. NNIVERSAf
'j' Razor blades 3,000 years old have been found in Vienna. tween an attractive and an unat- Upon returning home,.curiosity BI DAS,

.y I': Barber shop customers claim they know where some are almost tractive town.Everyone rather than indignation got the

'! that old. at one time or another better of us and we wrote Mr. McIntyre '
has driven through a town that asking why and wherefore.He 5 ALE:
caused him to to himself "I 1867 1935
, say replied In long hand with red
't,' ; It is a mighty barren life if the sight of a group of I wouldn't mind living here," whilea ink: "Sweet's is 'on the South
; ; few miles down the road another Street water front instead of on
youngsters merrily on their to school doesn't bring back
way place with the same possibilities the West Street front-that is

. : fond memories. as the first causes him to shudder across the island. It was just one

rl 0 and think "I'd rather be dead than of those slips that you as a news- C
. to make my home here" paper man will probably under-
There's strong bond between father
a and son especially)] Every time a prospective home- stand." .

if the father signs a note for his son to be paid back as soon as seeker passes through Starke his We do, and .Mr Mcintyre can

{ he finishes college and gets a job. reaction is one of these extremesor consider himself forgiven. .', '
. somewhere In between. Whether
r -
: 0 the Impression is favorable or Everybody Blake!' 'Em

. "I'm speechless," said President Roosevelt when he saw unfavorable depends upon each one And speaking of mistakes. Just

Boulder Dam. See if you can guess where we wish the next. of us, individually. to convince you that country

'.:ir session of, Congress would be held. TEACHING-FARM-COOPERATION newspapers aren't the only one :
! that make :95
! them we quote a coupleof
amusing ones.,seen recently in
";/ A Pennsylvania mayor thinks Ben Franklin founded the According to a law passed by the the staid old Times-Union:

:' Democratic Party. We're not about that but he did Wisconsin legislature, cooperative The first.was In a news story 4
I so sure
The historical beginning of Broth-
marketing must now be taught in from Ocala-concerning the canal.It ]1935 -and Cohen
[.r I fool around quite a bit with lightning. all Wisconsin state schools. Wisconsin said: "Yesterday 199 miles and Cohen Brothers was exactly ers' 68th Anniversary Sale

-0--- is the first state to take one horse arrived here from Birmingham. -
t 68 years ago. Its founders Is of such tremendous proportions
:t Mechanical lungs are nov. being experimented with. They such a step. The superintendent ." ._.
of public Instruction and the dean The second, referring to Goose dreamed a dream of progress that Its story has
; .., will be a great aid to mother: trying to get their young son of the college of agriculture are to Qosltn, the renowned Detroit ball and realized it I In ]1912] instead
: 'f} to come in from the ball field to take a bath. prepare outlines and other text player, said: ""Th 354-year-old required twelve pages

-0 materials for guidance of teachers Goose's glory I Is fading.. Well, it'* when not only Jackson of the'usual eight.

of cooperative marketing courses. about time, ville's but also Florida's
say:we. See Sunday's Florida Times-
According to an authority there are a million women underweight This action by one of our foremost -

ij in the United States. Many of them will over wait agrclultural state, well Illustrates Brisbane. Italy Shorn largest department store Union for the greatest val

their husband's return from his favorite club at 3 a. m. the Importance of agri- We have been surprised and a was erected for service.Everything ues In our entire history-
I III' cultural cooperation in the life of little hurt to find Mr. Arthur Brisbane

q\, the modem farmer. So vital has apparently not giving much

. s The Newark Ledger observes : At twenty we don't care cooperative marketing bee omr, of a hang If tbe Italians do take

= what the world thinks of us : at thirty we worry about that the farmer who does not JoinIn Ethiopia.. It seems to be worrying Store Hours
the movement Is almost
alwaysIn Arthur that the
Ethiopians don'twear
" what it thinks of us; at forty we discover.it doesn't think of an Impossible economic posi- shoes and anybody knows For the Home

't "..' us. tion. Lacking the knowledge and that people who don't wear shoes Mondayand

the machinery that will enable himto have no business running a coun-
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" produce in accordance with demand try even Jf It I I. their own coun Member 9 A. M. to 9 P. A/
The New York
Herald Tribune thinks It would be
a good
and to achieve the best price try. In fact: Mussolini seems to
idea for Republicans next year to hold their convention I for what he sells, h. must fight t be vying with.apell and airplane of the Family Plan Now to Cornel

;' last. Or maybe it will be just as well if they don't hold one at losing battle with the middleman. for the warmest' spot In Brisbane's
When a cooperative sells for the .editorial heart
i all.
farmer and bring into play bargaining In a recent column Mr. Hearst'

o powers as great as thoseof white-haired boy said: i

A Miami theatre operator has been threatened with suit the distributor, a fair price must "Why weep at" the thought of
by a woman who claims she'contracted a cold in his air-cooled :. result.Bradford County has never hada Mussolini? In taking that country barbarous the Ethiopia king- llJ:9tbeu

l amusement house. The only thing we ever contracted in a successful cooperative but thatIs I. and his family wear shoes, but not :

g: movie house was old chewing gum from' the bottom of a no reason for giving up all efforts other Even the prime minister
I seat. to organize one. It wlU have never bad a pair of shoes. Musso

't., to come, eventually. lint would give the Ethiopian Jacksonville. FloridaI''t" '- J



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